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NO. 52. Tueadav ana Friday aa.ou ll IEIt ANNUM W lea ' J paid strictly ta advance. II we bars to watt any tliaa, 13,00 will be chanted. W. P. WALTON. Lirtlt Things Worth Knowing. That a bag of hot sand relieves neuralgia. That warm borax water will remove . dundruflf That tall ahould be eaten with ouUi to aid digestion. That milk that ilanda too long makes bitter butter. That rusty flit irons should be rubbed and lard. prer wlthbeee-waThat it rests you, in sewing, to change our position freiucnti. That a hot, strong lemonade taken at e will break up a bad cold. That tough meat is made tender by j. tig a few minutes n vinegar water. That a little sodi water will relieve sick Wdiche caused bj indigestion. That a cup of string ccflee will remove the odor of onions trom the breath. That a cup cf to. water drank before meals will prevent rAusea and dyspepsia. That WAlUventllatll bed rooms will pre vent morning headacite and lassitude. That consumptive n'ght sweats mar be arrested by sponging 'Ibe body nightly in salt watsr. t That one in a faint aould be laid flat on his back, then loosen kis clothes and let 1 him alone. That a fever patient ca be made cool and comfortable by freqtent sponging ofl with soda water. That cold tea ahould be saved for your vinegar barrel. It sours tislly and gives color and flavor. That to beat the whites cf eggs quickly add a pinch of salt. Salt tools, and cold egg roth rapidly. That the hair may be kept from falling out after Illness by a frequent application to the scalp of eage lea. That you can take out spots from wash goods by rubbing them with the yoke of egg before washing. That white spots upon varnished furni ture willdiiappear if you hold a hot plate from the stove over them. x ied-tlm- hv our 8ronTjNo suitor J The home boys went to Ilarrodaburg and playe two gamee on the 23th and 29th. In the first game they ere defeated by the umpire who nude four rank decisions against tbem. Shriers occupied the box for the Harrodsburgs aid was punished for thirteen hits, one of which was a r and three two bsggsrs, while they secured only eight hits ofl of nume and Struck, who pitched for the home boys. three-hsg-ge- Inologs Stanford First Gam .,l 3 3 ie. Ilarrodsburg Earned Baas Hlla-BtanfRuns-atanlord, 0 0 0 .3 0 14 1110 t, Hartodseurg, 3 1 8 6 7 8 0 0 0 3 0- -T. 611 J 13 3, Struck Out By Hums 11; by Shrieve 10. Two Robinson, Struck and Bel!-m- n; Ilarrodsburg, Curry. Three Bate JJlu Htanfords, White. Passed Balls-etanf- ord, 0, 3. Wild Pltcaea-l- Jy Struck, 1; by 8brlsTs,l. The second game resulted in a victory for the home boys. Hume wm called home by the sickness of his father and Siruck occupied the box and did splendid work. Hervey Helm was called in to fill oat the nine and lurprf.ed his best friends by the grace rV which he pounded Shrieve for two base hitrarTtl. caught tile in the left delcl. lo tbfs game the home boys batted Shrieve all over the field, greatly to his t, for he is considered the best pitcher in the league. dli-gu- 8KCOKDOAKE. Innings...... HtauforJ..... 1 3 t 0 8 0 4 1 S 6 7 8 s Uarrodsburg............0 forced Struck aunt-Stanf- ord, Out-- By White; IUrroJiburg, Stanford, Bellman. Passed . Wild Pllchea-- By Btruek, 1: by Bhrevs.O. Bellman caught the two games at without a passed ball or an error. Little George Dunn secured two kisses. Will Penny is Instructed to see that he gets BlIs-8Unford, bus airuek, 12; by Bhrlsve 1, 0100230 37 Ilarrodsburg, 0; 3, 10. 14 --T. 0 0 0 U Two Dunn, Btllman and Dunn. Three Bus Hits Ilar-rodsb- urg them. A lady In the grand stand asked one of the boys. "Who is that tall, gmnt boy out in centre field whose legs look like can-di- e mo'ild?" Judge Djrhtm is winnlog golden opinions In bit adminiitaation of the responsible trust of Controller. He has' stopped half a doztn leaki in the Ship of State and ssved vast sums to the people. He has recently struck a blow at that august and gaudy tribunal which was created as a sanctuary for brifltaa lawyers and partr hacks and known as the Alabama Claims Commission. Senator Edmunds, with that grim and rugged honesty for which he is noted, has always contended that the Geneva Award should be covered into the Treasury as the property of the United Slates, but fifteen millions is a plum so enticing to certain politic marine insurance companies and ship master, that they caused the establishment of the Commission to divide the mm among them. Judge Durham has at lesst shorn the tribunal of some of its gingerbread trimmings, and Cong-es- s should abolish the whole show. ILouisville Times. The boys were never treated nicer in their lives than at Harrodsburg. They were Invited to a splendid supper at the Court-hous- e and afterwards to a hop at the town hall, which most of the bors attended and came away delighted. The Danville team played two games at Somerset ou the 23th and 29th and were victorious in both gams, the score being 7 to 4 the first day and 7 to 2 the second day. The home team plat at Somerset on the 1th and 5th of Sept, and return home to play the Dsnville boys on the 8th of Bept.. the Xicholaivilles on the 11th and 12th and the Somersets on tbo l.Mh and ICth. Woodson Dttnlup, of tficholaaville, the second game at Harrodsburg and did it to the satisfaction of both teams. The ladies are talking about giving the home boys a supper some time In the near future. The evening and price of admis-siowill be announced In due time. Let everybady attend and help the boys out. urn-plrn The old Constitution has some defects everybody admits that, but they are simply blots that do not aflVct the rights or freedom of the people-t- he clauses touching slavery having all been repealed by the amendments of the Constitution of the United States. It is true that some changes might bo made to improve it, but we have no assurance that ni n whole it Sam Jones often teems to class his con- would be improved -t- hat would depend gregations with the swine, but he occaiion-all- y upon the men self cted to do the work, and throws them a pearl. As for instance the views of the people. Unfortunately we do not all see alike, and what ou!d pleuo the following at Murfeesboro: "There are some people would not please others It men in this very town, who meet a neighbor' wife on the street and take off their would therefore le a bard matter to frame hats nnd bow and smile as sweet and ten a Constitution that would suit everybody, derly and say 'How are you, madam?' and i "nJ ,he m0Ht ,nsl could be expected would then go home nnd wound their own wives be euch 8 ote "" wo"'d uit the majority with their tongues. Clever to all wives ot tbo voters. As the cane now stnnds a but their own. And so it is with some msjorlty of the vottrs have declined to ask wirei; the aro all smiles and kind words achsnge, and weshsllnot fnvor the most in company, and cut their husbands to the acceptable short route that 'he Common heart with their tongues. God pity the wealth can suggest, or the dynamite plan o: me Vonntr oirna.Yeoman man who hss such a wife as that." Most of the work which In being done is doing by Keutuckiani. Judge Durham has rapidly made a national reputation much to the astonishment of the Eighth Congressional district, where eo poor an opinion was held of hfn abilities that ho ran third in the primaries. This little episode seems calculated to reflect upon the Abilities of tbo Eighth district to recognize an able man when she meets him on tho turnpike. Louisville Commercial. it Washington hrm-bullding- It is a curious fact that waups' nests of ten take fire, as Is suppjned, by the chemical hction of the wax upon the material of which the nest h composed. Many of the fires of unknown origin in haystacks and s may thus be accounted for. Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Clupr-olHund- THE BE3T 8ALVR In tho world fot Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Silt Rheum, Forsr Sore, Tetter, CallbUIni, Corns nd all Skin Eruptions, and pasltlrely cures Plle, or no Mr. Gladstone Is the owner of what is pij- rojulrol, It ligutnntesi to g to pjrfect sat Itractlon, or nionrr refunded. Trice 2J cents per probably the longest pencil ever made. A box. Tor Mlebjr TonnT & Mc.Vllitcr. Walking Skeleton Mr. E, Hprlnjer, of Milunltiburg, I'u wrttei "I wai mulcted with lung ercr sad alaceu on lungs ami xr duccd to a iralktny tUUIon. (lot a free trial bottle of Dr. Klni'a New Dlicororr for Consumption, btch did me to much good I bought a a dollar Uottlo. After uilng thrte bottln, found hiyseltoneo woroa man, completely restored to Tho Pike's Peak Hallway, whioh health, with a hearty appetite and a galninlleah be completed this year, will be of 43 pouodi." Call at Penny A McAlliter's Drug 200 feet higher than even the Lima and Sloroand get a free trial bottle of thli cure lor al Oroya Railroad in Peru. It now in op- Lung UUeasM. Law bottles II. eration to a point over 12,000 feet above Thousands Say So. .he level of the een. Tho average grade is Mr. T. W. Atllm, Olrard, Kan., wrltei: "I 2"0 feet to the mile. to recommend your Eleetrlo Bitters lo my customers. Thor giro entire atllactlon and Several weeks ago a child was born to aro rapid sellers." Electric Bitter nro tho purest Mrs John Price, on Ktchland, which may and beat mtdlclne knof n and wilt iioJltlTsly euro bo called a double human being; it has 1 Kidney and Utcr eomplalnU. Purlfv the bloat and rojulatsthsbjwe!,, tf0 family can afford to ears 2 tongues, 10 toes on each foot, 8 fin be without tbeiu. They will m hundred! of gera on each hand and two thumbs on each dollars In doctors' bill exery y.ar. Ssld at fifty Newe, Land. fCnthlana cenlsn bottle by Penny A manufacturer at Keswick has sent him walking stick thirty-nin- e inches long, made of cedar, and forming a largo pencil, with a load nearly half an Inch square running through it. The curious pencil has n solid silver band bearing an inscription in Terse. r harness supand broad-stra- p plemented with an occasional bit of rope. Tbcro wore ambulances and excursion vans wiUi tour and six horses, and wbon the wagons woro picked nnd tbe picnic dinner was in full progress, tbo tcauu was well worth witnea-ing- . An old Held band, who was hero long John Ilrowu camo, looked up from the distribution ot corn to his team to auawor a question: "What brings all you colored folks horur "C'mmencoinent, sah," be raid with a grin that wrlnklod Ills black phiz from oar to ear, and from chin to forehead." "Commoncomontl What aboutC "I dunnn." And tbe facial muscles under Mont anotbor contortion. An oxcurslon train from Washington unloaded several hundred smartly drosiod colored folks from tho capital to add eclat to tbo educational ovont Fred Douglass was anion; thorn. Ho walked down tbo atrcet with his whito wifo on ono arm nud bii whito wtfo's mother Ho stopped in front of on tho other. tbo ruins ot tho arsenal and dtrsctod tho attention of his companion to tbo ongtno hou-still standing and foil prosorvod, with "John Brown's Fort" painted above the window. Then Iks turnod nway with a smllo, bailed a back driven by a whito man, got in and uas drlvou to tho college on tho bill to deliver tho addruss to tbo ccoro of graduates. Ferry folks suirod and wondered nt this practical wiping out of tho color line, but wore for tho most fwrt dUcaatly silent. Ono old lady, who renianibarod all tbo It is not true that Mr. Cleveland intends si'v'iios of '50 shook her head as alio followed p tbo long hill with to visit Ohio thia fall A man who has tho Douglass family her oyon "It looks cur'us, don't it," sho said. lie 1 to the woods and buried himself in a That was about the only emotion tbo tiov-alt- y wilderness three days' jiurney from a railfooniin','ly awnkenod. road station lo ccipe tbe importunities of Droppotl Hor Anglomania. office begcars, is not likely to venture into (Now York Lotter.J of Onio, of all place in the the State But I have just soon one maiden who world briclly into Atnerfoutilum, and it was Rsv Jea Cook, who murdered his positively refreshing. Hho was ono of thoa hollow-buckeclean-cu- t girls who wear wife at Duller, Gv, hai been sentenced to tailor-mad- o costumos to noatly that their death. forglvoness for Ulsloyahy to TankooJom Is easy. Sho was walking in the avenue with Johnny Iilen. a springy gall, bURgostivo of turf undor (Pltuburjr Chronicle. "Pa," said Johnny Caution, "do lawyers bor foot instoad ot hard stone. Although Broadwonr arniorl' "No; of courso not What oninibusos aro aboiisliod from lower put such an idoa into your hoadl' "Why, I way, tboy still run through this fnsbionnblo ; mo it In tbo papora every day that lawyers thoroughfare and she decided to rido in oua. A col I, ulstraugnc staro at tno itriver, fllo their suits, and illng upward ot hor band, inTho reader will appreciate tho dollcacy ami a slight which IiniMl-- us to change the conversation volving no motion above tbo wrlt, brought a stop and not go out Into tbe woodshod with tho tho vobiclo to she hadinto tho quito proper bid adieu to her inannor. Tbon rcet of tho party. "Good innwultig," companion a dandy. tbe drawled. "Had aw dayllgbtful saimtsr, The Nickel In tho Golden Rtato. aw nwsuro you chijwuitag, rewally." tChtcngo He raid. Ily this turn she was stepping into the The nickel, which was until quite stago, and t.io cbapplo was convoying bu lookod upon with suprome ctmtompt hat from tbe back oC his littlo bead to tho in Sou yranclaco, has already revolution-Iza- d front of his narrow breast for tho fnthlon- prksoi of cortnln things nnd sorv-ico- s tbo abb bow, Tbo drivor roAsoujJ that sho in that city, ami it is baliavod that ought to bj inaldo. Ho slammed tho doir, coppor canti will soon bo as current as tbo shut it with a kick strap, and started mulo-powobo-fos Smiley sells the cheapest and best coal. Office corner 3i and Green streets. -- Tbe Danville Base Ball Club will play at Nlcholasville Tuesday and Friday of this week. Bruce & Lee bought laU week, of Adair county parties, 15 head of a.iear mules at from $150 to S200 each. Rev. H. J. Perry, whoe leg was broken at Junction City Ian Thursday, was doing well when heard from yesterday (Monday) evening Thi estate of tbe Duke children, known as "Llnwood," was sold Saturday to Mr. J. A. Shuttle worth, of Louisville, for $78 per acre. There are 313 acres In the tract. Mrs. C P. McGoodwln received a telegram this morning announcing the death, at his home In Hopkinsville, of Mr. John O. Latham, a banker and leading citizen of that city. Mrs. Martha McDowell, mother of Nicholas and Charles McDowell, died Frl day and was burled in the cemetery here Saturday. Mrs. McDowell was about 83 years old. Mr. Thos. Crawford, another old citizen, died last week at nts borne near Perryvllle, aged 03 years. The young men of the Danville hue ball clnb returned from Somerset Saturday night well pleased at the hospitable treatment received at the hands of their opponents and. the clUzens generally. They hope soon fcrrnie bportunity to reciprocate. Two garuitjre played at Somerset both resulting in .vor of tbe Danvllles, scores 7 to 2 and 7 to 4. The new teachers at Caldwell College for the term beginning Sept. 2i are Miss Louise Street, of Courtland, New York, natural sciences and mental and moral science; Miss Jean Craig, Shippintburg, Pa., Latin and higher Eogllsh branches; Miss Lsttie Saunders, Springfield, Ey., primary department; Miss Mamie Ritchie, Cold Water, Michigan, music. Granville Cecil's Qambetta by George Wilkes, dam by Gill's Vermont, won the 3d and 4th heats in tbe association stakes for at Lexington Friday. There were 102 entries and five starters. In one of the heats Gambetta's time was two reconda faster than that of any other horse in the race. Oiing to an error of the starter he was not given an opportunity to contend in the last heat or in all proba bility ho would have won the race. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell have return ed from Rock Castle Spring. The family of Mr. G. V . Dehnison are spending a few days at Jelllco Mountain, near the Tenn. State libe. Mr. J. X. Lee, of Independence, Mo., is here on a visit to his father's family, Mrs. Jss. L. Ford and children have returned to their home in St. Louis. Miss Zoe Welsh has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Whitthorne, of Columbia, Tenn. Miss Peggy Lanier, of Mill Springs, is visiting the family of Mr. Isaac Lanier. Hon, A. G. Talbott returned Sunday evening from Atlantic City where he has been for over a month past. Mrs. C. M. Holden and family, of New Orleans, are at Gilcher's Hotel. Mr. G. W. Coleman, who has been suffering from liver complaint, was ho ill Sunday morning that it was thought he was dying; he revived, however, and Is considerably better this morning. Capt. W. E. Grubbi, of Shelby City, informed your correspondent this morning that he received on Saturday a letter from Assistant Secretary Fairchild, written Thursday, in which he was told that as he was on the eve of forwarding his com mission as Superintendent of the Public Building at Frankfort, he received an additional protest against Murphy's removal from Senator Blackburn, Stoddard Johnston and others, the protestors closing by asking that final action in the premise be deferred uctil Secretary Manning returned. Capt. Grubba al-- o said that a friend of his talked to Mr. Johnston at Lexington last week and that Mr. Johnston remaiked that neither lie nor the other proteitant? had any objection to Capt. Grubb?, but that they thought the Boyle county democrats should have consulted the democracy of Frankfort before taking nu y steps towards Murphy's removal. Managed by Jno. B. Fish. The camp meeting failed to draw from this place. Johnny Gr-e- n is the only per son who went. About 1,000 people went to the Sunday school picnic near Mi. Guthrie, last 8atur day. All report a uood time Capt. K L Mters has advertised his personal property for sale on Saturday, tbe 12 h Inst., preparatory to oing to Florida. Miss Ella Joplin, gat-- a bop Saturday night In hnnrr of her visitors, Mrs. Lula Pearl, of London, and Miss Maggie Smith, of Paint Lick. Muio furnished by Mt. ernon string band. I will go to tbe cltle on the first of September to buy my fall; stock of goods and desire all persons whose accounts are due to pay me on or before that time. I must have the money. F. L. Thompson. 2t. A pupil and one of tbe trustees In a certain school district in this county got into a little difficulty the other day and tbe little fellow threatened to report the trustee to the "8crimmlttee," because he had been showing "possonality" anyhow. Capt. J. J. Williams la visiting In Louisville. Capt. W. H. Spradlin was up Saturday. His daughter Maggie accompanied him back to Gallatin where ehe will attend college. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams, Jr., have returned from Rock Castle Spring. Mr. T.S. Miller and wife, of Garrard county, are visiting at M.J. Miller's, in this county. Chas. Hlggini, of Eirksville, is visiting his sister, Mrs. S. W. Parris, at this place. J. D. Chandler, of Louisville, is in town Policeman Smith killed Henry Elier in Louisville becauee he resisted arrest. The democrats of Pennsylvania cordially approve the reform Administration of President Cleveland and his Cabinet. FRED DOUGLASS AT HARPER'9 FERRY CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. College of Philosophy, Letters and Science, Richmond, Ky. NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1885. ArTAmnES.-- A Full Faculty of able and experlebced Instructor!. study and thorough Instruction. Completeness o( buildings and apparatus Comrrehenslrn coana ot hoelal Inflatncet-T- he community la distinguished for lis cu'ltum n! hospitality joun men And homes In tho BEST famine.. Sot aHalooa la refilled " '" IeTtlon of . Clt. tOTe he aea and free from all "aUri"llnSuen?e.!'0C,,tl0UiIUchmOna lb""' IMchmond Is tby geographical centre of the State, In the heart of OBA89 region and li within a tew bouraV rail of LoulsTllle, Cincinnati. Knoxvllle and thn mrm. Moderate Eapenteat-Boa- rd In tho NeVr Memorial JIall, br ?- hcaWd bT steaman elegant, comforablo home-1- 12 SO ner nmim. on,i in th.. k.. iJmiiu. -vui iu i per weex. Total necessary expenses lor the ten months, Irom 1150 to 8240. v.. or ion information and catalogue, apply to ,. Mi. ItL.tXTOX, U. li. " '' ..i Clianeellor. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, : Opera House Block, 0feL,?'??I, Oils, V Stanford, Ky., Wines. Wall Paper, DEALEH8 IN Lamps, B2?k Stationery, Soaps, InfllrneinenU. qfears. Pocket Tobaccos, Cutlery, Perfumery, Fire Arms, Afachin liquor Musical r.v i0ariJ,?1lel,7' SIlTerware nd Optical Goods Department la In Charge o?Cl. Mchardg, who will Repair HTatches and Clocks promptly and in tho btt H. C. RUPLEY! - .K V. fiL I hare received and still receiving NEW GOODS ForSPRING& SUMMER Comprising the best In the market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. Giro fife a Trial. rhe Irony of Circumstances Cor. SL Louis t. Captured by the Colunxl l'eople. H. IiBB Odea O. RUPLEY. 31.TJ3Vn533Et. I All classes of Building Material for aale at my premises on the Huitonvllle pike, Im JT. It EMU, Stanford. -- The colored peoplo havo captured tbe Ferry and are In a fair way to bold it. They aro tbe best droaaod residents of tbe loattoroJ town, and live In tbe bo.st houses. Evon tbo old Harper mansion, tbe window ot which louk up tbo Bbenandoah on the south and up tbo l'otomao on the north, tbe Camp Hill, with tbe gap arid a stretch of the combined waters for tbe eastern vlow, Is at pront under the control of colored people, who manage 4t as a summer resort. They linvo large yards about their houses, fields full of Hotter, and tbolr itrotcb away over tbe bllU boyond tbe woll-tillod 8UEGEON DJENTI8T, STANFORD, KY. quired. re- y. HUFFMAN, the Myars Hottli Pars Nitrons Oxide Qsj administered whan DB. "W. South side Main Street, two doors abovi Iontlst. BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. necessary. Office on Lancaster street, next door to Iirra-WO- R Jodrxal office. Offlce hours from 8 to 12 A. x.and 1 to S p. x. Anesthetics administered whes 1134-ly- B. PENNY, ICE! ICE! ICE I I will dellrer Ics to regular customers In Stanford and Tlclnlty erery moralDg at Town of Bollver. Tho irony of circumstances, or tbo eternal Qtnoss of thing, perhapj, bos mado this tbe location of one of tbe most numerously attended educational institutions for tbo poo-pOld Osawatomlo came bero twenty-si- x years ago to free. There are three groat square buildings on the highest point of Camp Hill devoted to learning, and, they nero nono too capacious for those who zatherod to witneaa tbe closing exercises of tbe year. The patrons of the somlnary camo in every style ot vehicle, from tbe stylish top buggy, drawn by a roadster, to the "Old Virginuy" wagon with le high-stoppin- g r. TO BUILDERS M-l- in ONE CENT PER POUND Accounts due at the close of each uidnth,or when customer quits. 19-- tf ! All parlies wanting brick or stone work of any kind done will nnd it to their adrantage to communicate with c. Halls Gap, Ky. ir. noosu. Masonlicimer's Restaurant OrrostTx It. E. Jt.lUnOTV. ' A.T CooaT-UonsE English & Classical School Christian College Building, DANVILLE, Meals are serred Game always on hand and In lti season, oysters freah fish, and similar delicacies served In all styles and on short notice. Lookout for the sign ''Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. JF. ?r. JIA80MIEIJlim & The Third anuual Session will open Wednesday Danville, Ky. SEl'T. 10, 1883. ofCourse or Instruction thorough. UeTtloptuent tbe mind the end to be attained. Terms reasonable. For circulars PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac apply to JOUN BURQIN. MISS II. BUUQIX. We are agents for tbe old and reliable John 33 tf. Principals Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the aale of Pianos, Organs, Automatlo Musical Instruments and Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and Garrard, BIILLERSBURG tountiei, Kentucky. JJotithlu 1'aumrntn received untllnald for. The bent Htumlartl Wm. KnabeA Co., Haielton Bros., Decker A Son, Everett and New England PI anoi, either upright or square. In Organs, the follown makers: Clough A Warren, John This popular school lor young ladles will bo re- ing Church A Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent opened, under entirely new auspices, Chime Jlelln Attachment. The t'eletiteon.an Automatic Musical In ,'1885. strument, toe moat Perfect in lbs world. illustrated catalogues tent tree lo all wno apply, WITH also the referrnces from those who have bought and tried any of t ha above musical instruBov. C. Fopo, of Augusta, Ga., as ments. Address us at Stanford, Ky, H. It. .& I,. COOK. Prosldont, at all hours. ... KENTUCKY, IICSTONVILI.E, . KY. i? f co FEMALEJJOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, AMD- -Mrs. maker: lst ' -- i ". , i J 37-l- J. S. C. Aided br ono of tbe most Competent and experi enced lacultlea In the State, rarentsmay rest assured of the most thorough training ol tbelr daughters In all that pertains to mind, manner $ anil morau, u commiiiea to our care. For catalogues containing Information as to terms, Ac, addreM REV. C. POPE, MUIersburg. Ky. OrMU3. 8. C. TRUEHEART, Stanford, Ky. Trneheart as Lady Principal, niM 2.-ST- Hm S c a 2. ooo - Hi 3 q in J I tn r. g S H"JS-M H o ft 3 m ' Stanford Female College, STAN FORD, Tbo cext session of this w 3V3t . etisaSK KiPjSeTe O- O O -r r(A y r ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pres. begin on - J3 v o u O ITI lnstutlon will O h 1 1; MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1885. The President aislstedby Lorn A Corps of Efficient Instructors, Will endearor to glre careful training and thorough Instruction 10 tbe pupils committed to bis charge. Terms reason ale. Send for circular. ofR - C zi rn a - Cam 5 S . -- 7 C3 " --, J J , TESTIMONIALS! From J. J. White, Professor of Greek A. WASIIIitdTON I' Mr. Alex. S. Paxton graduated at tbts Institu tion In 1801. Has been engaged In teaching since tbe war, and being capable and ccnscleutlous, has been rcry successful In bis profession, Luxinoton, LKK UNIVKR1ITV. Va , July IS. 1882. I J o g m fn 1 j tvaco 2 H C m i FromJaiuM A, Walker, rcently Lieut. Clovernor oi irgiuis.j Nkwjibbn. Va., June SO, 1672. allords me nleasuro to bear testlmonr to tha It qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-io- n as a teacher. Ills discipline Is kind, but Irm -- I a 1 t y (O and good, 1 nlckoL .mieAlltter. I.tixuriM In Denmark. In Denmark a drunken man is takou boino ki a hack by tho polloo, and tbo saloon koopor wliostJJbUn Uiu last drink has to pay for Ww hack. Frcm the Iter. J. Hire Bowman, D. D Hakrisomiuiki, Va.. July 4, 1882. I take pleasure In testifying to Mr. Alex. 6. fax- tou'sblgb literary attainments, bis xeal in bis profession, his facility In Imparting Instruction and his conscientious regard lor the moral as well is no as the Intellectual dcralopmrnt ot the youth com- it milieu to ma care. From S. P. Uall, Eec. T3oard of Trustees Bollrar hi uoros. Hut tre bono was belli outside. Acaucn.y.j Tbo lurch of tbe stngo upsot her backwards, MiDI'OHVILLK, TK.SN., April 1, 1879. Prof. Alex. S. Paxtod taaght Iu Bollrar Male A. nnd aba chugged down on tho pavement s, Female Academy. Ills Keneral uerortment was lookiny-glaswith nwful violence. that of n refined, Christian gentleman, In the "Drat tho fool!'' nho osclalmoJ. in moat school room he proed himself a ripe scholar, a excellent American nccont; "I'd like to slug thorough and euiclent Instructor and a good dis(7) ciplinarian, the woaiflu Una.1 nlrJiiiur' The Mirror at-tb- o fintterer. Would you tell a sweeter tale? Magnoiu Halm is the charmer that almost cheats the make , - l.li. t 4- -J -- y-W V"rmiK"r" -- Tf&milHTW, "'. two fgr her kindness and came away, with a few cptcimen trophies of tbe manufacture in our bands, of course. We leave no Factory and Tells place without specimens if we can help It, Viiiti a Maccaroni DEALKIt IN Saw another place of King Humbert's, on September 1, 1885 How that Comestible is Made. Stanford, Ky our return drive where, however, he rare Hardware, Heme Shoes. Groccrlco, Saddles. ly comes When tbe numerous kinglets of Nalld, Iron, y (Inecntmare, Utiggy God is Love and No"Praise the Lord. Italy were swallowed up in the united W. P. WALTON. Ilnf-gWheels, Niovch, cano MIIIh, Harness, thing Else." monarchy, they left a plethora of palaces-m- ore Spoltcfl, Grate!, Older MIIIh, Lap Covers, than any constitutional ruler has Itiian, "Stoneware, Corn Shellersi, Collars, Louisville lima Is usually up with The 'PnoerECT Point," Landouii, N. India, need for. So they have been largely turned July 18th, 1885. he proceeeion ansi often much in advance Into hospitals, picture gallaries and muse- Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden am of it, but'itfa away behind in its article Dear Interior: -- I continue my conti- ums. Cast I'umpi, and the Celebrated May-fielElevator. Tin Roof-in- ? interview with a WashingdraVn froiran nental tour. We passed and repassed also, enormous and Guttering; will have prompt attention. ton, cauntj man in coaoection with the We cithers! relics barracks built by King Ferdinand or Naples. Feb. 27. Mermen family of Rsv. Giorge 0 Burm ahd Its lawful and perhaps a little unlawful; for Charles or someone to hold 30,000 men. description pf VJjMter City" which it the tourist's conscience in search of sou Now almost as difficult to ulilizs profitably in thaf county. If Brethren Logan venirs, is a shade looser than ordinary; and as the palaces aforesaid. THE NEW GKOOEKY AXI IIAKDWARE HOUNE OF and Johnson had kept up with the current came away with a picture, never to be At our hotel we found, waiting for us, religious literature of the day, and had erased from "memory's tablets" of what Count Pappengouth a noble christian studied ,Mr. Will T. Price' "Without can be seen nowhere the on earth. We gentleman, who has done much for Italy Scrip or Purse or the Mountain Erange-list,- " lunched at the restaurant outside, nn the in propngating the gospel He and New-be- ry they would have known the whole Inevitable maccaroni, and returning inwork together among the soldiers al story of the "Vanquished City of Lystra" spected a factory of Italy' famous comespresin', thousands of whom are gathered which is given in fall, together with a plan tible. There are certain "quarters" where at Naples for embarkation to tbe Red Sea of thecity, in the first chap'er of that exMaccaroni making gravitates and cluster and Missowah, as allies of Great Britain, Would kl.dly.sk youjatfettlon to the fact that they have just returned from the cities with i!r cellent work, a few more capies of which fr.'h and well selected stock of CHOICK until it becomes the absorbing industry In the Egyptian muddle. The Count can ba hid by application lo the publisher The Louisville Commercial is moved to and dominates all others. These dis- speaks English well, and we like his face of this pap r, and which he will furnish to remark. "But ten members of the last tricts always have their "iign hanging out" much. He and dear N hayc suffued not his subscribers at $150 per copy. Orders Legislature will sit in the next House, and literally -i- n the shape of thousands of a little for the Master, in preaching a pure IneDdliSjmlfty.d-lutrinuu.llt- y and atlsfsctory in prljtn; this wt guarantee. Our alto shall t from the limes office solicited. none of the Senators whose terms had ex- strings of the well known edible, lining gospel in Itafy. at all time to supply erery want la our line. Tjie largely advertieed -- fight between pired were returned " How about our own street and alley on both sides, with barely Oar orchestra under the windows Sullivan and McCaffrey came of! at Ches- Maj Ferdinand D. Rignej, who was re room tor vehicles and traffic in the centre. sweet music till we wanted to go Conslsta of the Standard Brands ol Kurope and America. Our lari line of Cukln- Storca inclndM ter Park, Cincinnati, in the presence of elected witbout opposition? In the name These, are the maccaroni, hanging out to to bed. Vesuvius breathed gently and reg- thejiistlyeelalrated "Great Western and the of the old gentleman we demand an apolo-c- cool, resembling myriads of diminutive tal- ularly; the moonbeams silvered the gently and Queenswsr- - atock rvnilstiln part of Table, Tea many other family larorltes. Our China OUw from all over 15,000 persons and Chamber tta complete, Olaviware riehly eat low dips, such as our grandmothers made sneak thief, the cut throat, the banker and rippling waters of the bay stirred by a andetched. In the wayofltreadstufla we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ol all tribe. Our celeonly indefinitely multiplied. Each strip of pleasant breeze off the Mediterrmean, and brated Patent a.M."TTourlTalledforckeand pastry, while lllce and Hominy, our own rUi-oti- c VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. the "respectable citizjn" all being largely products, arrayed as faithful adlutyta. All tbedellcaclealn Koralgn and totae-ll- c moulded dough is about 3 feet in length, Confections represented. Six rather tame rounds were A Georgia man fell 770 feet down a and rows of such are simply laiJ across we stood on the lofty balony drinking it arc. here. Tin, btone, Wooden and Wl:.;$;are, Klectrlc Lamp, Stationery, failed Meats and Fult-an- d fought, when the fijht was called and Sula complete line of C!jarsaudJftacPs. all in like the tbirsty travelers we were. Well, this la only a hint of whit ha-- e. precipice landing in a soft marsh and lived thin poles of varying lengh, whose ends IW!tni livan declared the winner, amid great diswe conadently ask an examination of our ioo.li and For an appeal to all one's senses, at once, tbat we can make it to jour patroa. to tell about it. are supported by treescls tall enough to giving "to each a portion" In turn, yet all W nespectluily. satisfaction at the decision, a large number TA X LOJt,ltllOTll KUff. A negro in Georgia and two white keep the string off the ground. The probelieving that it was either a dog fall or together, Naples under a full moon in men in Missouri felt the halter draw for cess, within doors, is to a yankee acthat McCaffrey was entitled to the belt. February, is unapproachable indeed. murder, Friday. customed to the accuracy of machinery The men fought with gloves and neither And we enjoyed It $a much, that the Nearly 200,000 cases and over 70,000 and "smartness" in every department of a was hurt to speak of. thought of "only one day morc,"yfound no deaths tell the terrible tale of the cholera well ordered factory tbe perfection of place of entrance, nor room jtlassert itself. JounShehman opened the Ohio cam- scourge In Spain. awarkwardness. A heavy beam, with one Though, indeed the dear LJpKD has taught paign last week in one of the bloodiest of & Co's furniture facGardner, Holmes end fastened loosely, in a eemi circular hop- us for some time not to dilute present enUnlike Gen. tory burned in New York. One man killbloody shirt harangues. per, and the lower side sharpened to a joyment with vain regret of Its transient DIULISI 1JGrant, this fight the battles after they are ed. Loss $100,000. wedge, as far as the hopper's edge, while thank nature, but to take" it does not appreciate "the all over warrior, Yellow fever is raging on the Pacific the remainder of the lumbering thing Drugs, Books, Stationery and happy harmony which so suddenly sprung coast of Mexico, and has appeared at Quay-ama- s acta as a huge sweep, worked by G or S Him for it and expect "always more to folFancy Articles. low." Praise Him evermore. Ever in Jeup between those engaged but a few short and Mazatlan. muscular young men, who with trousGeo. O. BaRxrs. sus, hopes to years ago in deadly conflict," but The Iowa republicans nominated Sen- ers rolled up to the knee, birefooted, wearFbyslctats' prtatilpt Iocs accurately compound!, keep in office by rekindling the fires of sec- ator Larabee for Governor and Mr. Hull for ing gaudy jackets, all sitting on the GARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. tional hatred. Sherman is a low down Lieutenant Governor. beam, on the same side, spring up and down Lancaster. demagogue, who has outlived his usefulThe Treasury Departmennt has paid at each spring hitching the machine Andrew Rue and Miss Timie Davis, if indeed he was ever any service to out about $10,000,000 on account of pen- along a few iuches, till the arc of the cirness, both of Garrard, obtained marriage license The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, his kind. sions so far this month. cle, needed to be described, is completed. Friday. Jewelry aid Silverware A number of Gen. Robinson's recomThen they hop nimbly over to the other John L. Bosley, Dear Sir: Your Uncle Hughes was tried on a Ever bought to this mtrkrt Frlcea Lower loan Miss Mollie Ad. Lytle calls our attention to the fact mendations for storekeepers and gaugers side and make the return trip in the same writ of lunacy before Judge Owsley and a the Ixtt. WatchN, Clocks and Jcw-lr- y on short nctle and Warranted. manner. The springs are timed by the jury last Saturday. She was adjudged in that you omitted M. Dawson Hughes, edit- were rejected In Washington. Cy. Hampton had his leg crushed by maslc of a guitar Italy is nothing withor of the Central Kentucky JYrtr, from sane and committel to the Lexington Inyour list of "leading" editors born on the a log in Pulaski, while testing his strength out mu'ic sometimes rccompanied with a sane As lum, classic Hanging Fork. Such being the case with Bob Burdine for a wager. burst of song, and all most harmonious. Garrard Female College and the Lac Smith the Clerk for the State Auditor A perpetual concert is this maccaroni manwe demand in his name an apology and incaster Male Seminary opened this morning sist that hereafter, the "Big 1" change its of Virginia, got away with $140,193 before ufacture, and it is meet that this child of and, we understand, with gocd attendance r appellation to the "Big 5." A refusal on he was discovered and put in jail. rythm and harmony should be the most at each. The young lady boarders are arA London telegram asserts that peace dish, the art of cookery can call riving on each train that comes in. your part to comply means gore and rivers between England and Russia on the Af forth. To my taste, at least. But, of ot it. AND Mrs. M. E. Holmes has removed from ghan question is now completely assured. course yon must give it a chance. The Hustonville to the Franklin Institute propThe Courier Journal makes this good A mob took Al. Lockle from a Texas maccaroni, of an American or Eoglish point: The Iowa republicans declare that erty here, where the will keep a private slipSouth has two votes, while a jail and hung him after he had confessed cook book, is no more the delicious, a rebel in the boarding house. Geo. D, Burdett and famA Full ami complcfo UMHorfinem of Furniture, unclious Italian to eight embracing republican in Iowa has bat one. This does neck. murders with the rope around his pery, evasive, writhing, ily spent Sunday at Parksville. Miss Nelfrom (lie Cheapest lo (lie Finest . dish, than yankce imitations, are Southern lie Marrs is on the sick list thl week. look something like an injustice. If the Constable William Thompson killed a need to Ko to the larKe cltlen to mal.c your purcbaHCH,Nnltca. or the mess made with imno matter as shameless, bigot- negro named Lewis Ramsbrock in JefferIowa republicans are Mr. Sam Peacock, a poultry raiser tn wlintqiinutltjrorqiinlltyjonwniit, is really Indian imIciiii ami hIII duplicate ed, malignant and ignorant as their plat, son connty, while be was making an assault ported "Curry-powder,- " a large scale, relates that he owns a young nny price you can obtain clHcwucrc, freight bclnjc added. Abe such aa one gets only in India. pullet hatched In February past which has Curry, form would indicate them to be, the injus- on him. a full iMHorlment ol CoUIiib, CacH. Shroudx and IIoIich, embracEach nation has its "gift" and Italy's been living eggs for over a month and is tice lies in a system which gives the Iowa Hardin county has 73 churches, more ing nil the New Styleti, cheap and expensive. lVaro roeMi certainly a monop As is Maccaroni. republican any vote at all. the happy mother of a promising brood of oppoMlte Nt. Annph Hotel. Hlnnford. Hy. than 100 schools and not a single saloon. In aa the wheat from which oly with her, week. The Louisville Commercial is pretty se- consequence it has $25,000 in its treasury the ibur is ground, is something that can chickens that were hatched last Court Notes. James Judson, lor mavere on that miserable nuisance, Joe Mul-hatt- and does not owe a cent. only be grown on an Italian soil. Other- liciously shooting Abijah Ray, was found The revised estimate of the losses by vet it allows a worse liar tnan be wise, how soon would yankee enterprise the to use up a column in telling how he saw the storm at Charleston, S. C, is $1,090,- - run away with poor, languid Italy's favor- guilty and sentenced to three years in penitentiary. Tbe trial of Wm. and Humthe human soul depart from the mortal 000, including $400,000 along the wharves, ite industry But no "enterprise" can phrey Best for murdering a negro is set for rame after death and wing its flight. This and $550,000 of private property. transfer an Italian climate to America; and to morrow (Wednesday.) Henry Clay The magistrates of Scott refused by a advanced scientist is located in Nevada without it, perfect maccaroni is impossible. (colored) was indicted for the murder of vote of 7 to 6 to submit a proposition to and the paper gives the Btory as if it beOf late "as I wrote aforetime" Indian lieved it in toto. What's the matter- - with vote $100,000 of bonds to aid in the con- wheat is is coming into the market to mix John Hunt nod his trial is set for Saturday James Schooler, colored, was examined on struction of the Kentucky Union. Young Allison? with the home grown article (long since bis application for a license to practice Joseph Wilcox, en route from Florida Ges.'-FkY- ; yorked off that old thrend-ba- re to bis home at Farmington, 111., was found found insufficient to supply the demand) law bv Messrs. Herndon and Kauffman, hemnan it annroximatea to the Italian, but Bradley & Anderson, was duly admitted to advice to the Ohioans last week to "vote dead in a railway car at Indianapolis. It ss'thewflhtj'When Bomebody called out doubt not, the maccaroni of the futuret the bar. Most of the Court's business will is supposed he died from a congestive I "Chestnat''Thls so discomfited the old chill. will pay the penalty of the importation, be disposed of this week. follow that it is alleged he broke right At Loroke, Arkansas, a condemned and "adulterated" will soon have to be the Prof. C. P. Williams, of Richmond oc down and had to retire. If within the murderer fought nearly thirty minutes on label applied to what was once the pure ar- cupled the pulpit at the Christian church ecope of his abilitj we trust the Genl. will the scaffold, and th s trap was four times ticle. And, adulteration once established, Sjnday morning and evening. His audibe able to get off something new, when he sprung before he was executed. All the Italy will soon be "snuffed out" as a manu- ence in both instances were large and at next cssiys to appeu before an intelligent time he was pleading under his blick cap, facturer. They will themselves kill the tentive. From continued ill health Rev. Samuel Miracle, of Milton, Monroe goose that lays the golden egg, by attempt W. I Fowle has been compelled to tender audience. ing to meet enlarged demand, anu cupiuuy his resignation ai pastor of the Christian e to county, O., is the happy father of sevendepartment is about The deserves, its due reward. church. He is very low with consumption run short of postal cards and every fourth-clas- s teen healthy boys, the eldest only nine will meet, as it years old. If such fecundity is Inherited, rtnt in return from political economy to and his death can only be a matter of a few postmaster in the land is fearing that room where our bright eyed months. Catholic services were held at the ' the most entertaining portion of his du- there Is no chance that Miracles will ever the dingy youths are singing and jumping to music. court-housSunday. Rev, Morris Evans, ties, that of reading them, will for a while cease in that section of the State. pounds of it or languishing within the The batch of dough-- 50 There are now D D, will preach at the Methodist church be denied him. The new contractor will under the manipulated Sunday morning next. In the evening the put out 1,500,000 when be gets under way, walls of our jail four white women charged more is being with various offenses -- poisoning, burglary, sharp edge of the great beam, whose farther pulpit will be filled by Dr. Fitch, P. E. of so the annoyance will only be temporary. theft and carrying concealed weapons. Such end is attached to a spring board in the the Danville district. This will close the Somerset Republican complains that a thing was never head of before in this low roof, to lift the weight of the Hweep, Conference year of Rev. W. 8. Uricstead at The Where are the prayer meeting and lighten the already light labor of tbe this place, and next week they all go to tl e Collector Bronaton has not included it in county. Register. his subscription to every newspaper in the peopU?-Richmmerry youngsters, ranged along its springy annual Conference at Versailles, where it of the omission is Del. S. 8mlth was arrested in Lexingdistrict. The reason length. When duly kneeded and the will be decided who will be the minister plain, The Jitpublican is not a newspaper ton, on a charge of robbing Sue Green, a in charge is satisfitd with its texture, fc r next year courtesan, of $1,000 worth of diamonds the lump of dough is transferred to an it is simply a party organ. Set? An invoice of about 8 000,000 marbles press, with a screw manipulated three years ago. He took her from Lexw.s recently taken out of the Custom home The Georgia Legislature has paeed a ington to Louisyille at the time, drugged after the manner of tbe ancient cider prees by law to tax old bachelors, and it is a very an Indianapolis merchant. There weie her, took the jewels and disappeared. He of my boyhood. At the bottom of the hopproper enactment. A man should be will with holes of the sixty case, each containing 1,000 gross of is a drummer for a New York house. per Is a movable die plate, ing to pay handsomely for the luxury of It is stated that Solicitor McCue is sizs required, for Vermkiili or solid macca- marbles. The duty paid was $150. being his own master and having no one to about to render a decision that will knock roni, as the case may be; or a circular A bishtui young Ueorgian, who was say him nay. the bottom out of the Alabama Court of aperture with a cove, for the hollow mac- afraid to propose lo his sweetheart, induc Fiunic James, the bandit, is said to be Claims. He will hold, It is said, that the caroni. The pressure is tremendous. An ed her to fire at him with a pistol, which dying in poverty of consumption near In- act of Congress continuing tbe court did not activo lad stands in the pit below, fanning he assured her was only loaded with powdependence, Mo. Lt him die. The Courts continue the Judges, and that they have the enakellke stuff-- as It writhes through der, and after she had done so fell down should have made him go dead lope 'go, been holding their places without warrant. the apertures, In response to the creaking and pretended to be dead, She threw herfor the numbsrlesi crimei be has commit It is held that the Judges should have been press-- to keep it cool, and when the proper self wildly upon the body, calling him her ted. recommissloned at the time of the expira- length has slowly crawled through, deftly darling and beloved, whsreupon he got up arm-ful- l and married her. sole defense of a Wyoming mur- tion of the term for which they were first severs it and passes up the wriggling The immediately lays it to another who Consumption Cured. derer was the worthleene?s of the man appointed, or new men selected. A Georgia legislator introduced a bill acroes the drying rods and skillfully eepa An old physician, retired from practice, having murdered' and although the judge ruled y that that was no legal excuse for the act, to tax old bachelors, which so excited the rates each doughy worm from its fellow, bad placed In bis bands by an Kait India mission-artbe formula of a simple vegolablo remedy for rods with ire of a rural editor that he denounced Its before they can stick. Then the thejuiy acquitted him. tbe speedy and permanent euro of Consumption, author as unfit to be the end man of a preciouB burden are transferred to the Bronchitis, Catarrh, all and The Louisville .Mrw Argus conveys the tenth class minstrel troupe. The editor, iu their street, where they hang 21 hours in Lung Atlcctloni, alsj Asthma indnnd Throat cure a positive ra ileal open ead intelligence that Emmett Logan is lyturn, was called "a liar, a villain and the first drying stage "in tbe open." four for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, ing dangerouily ill at B wllng Green. IIi'b scoundrel, who should have been nftr having tested ita wonderful curative powers bung days mere within doom this tlme-a- nd in thousands of cases, Iia, felt It his duty to make many friends here hope for his speedy re- ten year ago." There was a loud cry for the maccaroni is ready for boxing, ship- it known to bis suflerlng fellows. Actuated by covery. gore, andthen for arbitration, when the ping or home consumption. It was very tbli motive and a desire to relieve humin sutler-inI will tend free of charge, to all who desire Thomas D. Marcum, editor of the Cat legislator laid that the editor ought not to interesting to us, looking at it all, but I . Eegieter of the have been hung ten yeaie ago, and the ed- run not sav whether I have told it so as to it, this recipe, In Ucrmao, French or English, lettsbur Democrat, late with full directions for preparing and using, feat Land Office, is' a candidate for Sergeant-at-Ar- itor said tbe legislator was fit to be the end Interest my readers. We gave the fat lady by mall by addressing with stamp, naming this factory-s- he paper, Vf. We hope he will mm of minstrel troupe and In general superlntecdance of the A.Noyes, 119 Powers Block, Itoches-te- r, of the Home. N V. fraoc or all is happiness and peace once more. get there, was proprietress in fact- -a order for Col. Stoddard John ston, Chairman of the Democratic Slate Central Committee, especially, to explain why be ureed the retention of that most disgusting uf puritans, Capt. Murphy, aa superintendent of the Franktortuilding. The people of this ection would like to know if be thinks the retention of such creature In office condueive to democratic success. Portunitely, however, the petition of himself and others fell without effect and Murphy had to go. Mr. W. Ei Grubbs, an experienced builder, n democrat and a gentleman, will take charge. Later. We learn that upon the ere of the mailing of Mr. Qrnbb commission a -- econd protest from Blackburn, Johnston, Knott and oth era was telegraphed, which asked that final action be postponed till the return of Secretary Manning. This is simply outrageous. Surely there must be something "rotten in Denmark" else thwe politicians would not busy themselves so much in the mitter. The true inwardness of the whole thing will come out and we wager it will not be to the credit of the parties named. It is in GEO. O. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS, Whip, d JA'kSfSSgi TAYLOR BROS. J '.h i FAMILY GROCERIES dts-cout- sed OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY cla-ee- s, v. yoih-htre- Peniiv AH'Atyrtw PHARMACISTS, -- as'lt-'comes- , JEWELERS. SB!! ! Parlor B Kr ul UNDERTAKER, Iealei' in ITiiriiitiire lolli u tl corn-brea- an, 1 PLEASE DON'T FORGET J psst-offis- e ond That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, ' ''A n ex-pe- rt g, And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also.that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning' Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. a ms BRIGHT t CURRAN. .. K &$&&?&'- ihU?Uc4A - : M'ajA w- - a Stanford, Ky LOCAL pas', the sunset is ended and the fall of the year is upon ui again. The harvest ! MARRIAGES, I SJ September TIME CARD. 1, 1885 colored lawyer, one having been admitted to the bar yesterday. m Lancaster has a II It is reported Judge Durham, is about good looking widow. in Washington that to marry some '. I Mr. Heinrich Meier and Misa Emma C. A HANDSOME passenger wagon, made to A. ITennini;, of the German Colony in this LAN. order, now adorna the outfit of Kunnelley'a county, were married at Lutherheim church Mall train going Worth. 1139 r. u. livery stable. Sunday. HoutU. .1 40 r. at. ItxprMStraln" South.. 1 w A.M. Hon. Will L. Jackson, Jr , cf LouisExcursion tickets to Old Point via the 2 05 A. If . " " Norn.., to Miss Brown Chesapeake & Ohio will be sold on Sept. 7, ville, is to be married Tht k TB Is calculated on standard time, Solar 10 and 11, good for twelve daya at $12. daughter of Capt. J. J. Brown, a wealthy 8, 0, ttmt li About 30 minutes faster steamboat owner. Those indebted to me will plesso call on LOCAL NOTICES. Miss Cora Wblpp.'the old Mrs. Reuben Williams and settle, as 1 am daughter of Msj. John W. Wblpp, of LibBuy your school bookn from Penny A in much need of the money. Mrs. M. V. erty, McAHater. eloped to Tennessee last week with Complete stock of school books and Tabler. Charley Prescott, son of the proprietor of school supplies at Mcllobsrt & Stagg'. H. O Ropley, Merchant Tailor, is daily the Axe Handle Factory in Casey, and wis Watches and Jewelry repaired on short receiving his fall and winter stock of suit- married by an accommednting justice. notice and warranted br i'enny A Mc A inings, to which he invites the attention of Mrs. Julia Uonkins, of Campbellsville, ter. " origihis pstrons late of thisplsce, was married at the Alex-andliUY the Hats Hog Remedy, the nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-isleHotel. Louisville, last week to Hor. An injunction was gotten out by t'nele J. W. Bes, County Judge of Taylor. Mrs. A complete utock cf jewelry, latest Pate Euibree yesterday to prevent the style. Ilock ford watches a specialty. Pen- town authorities from making the fill Hoskms In a handsome and clever lady and we congratulate the Judgeon winning ber ny & McAlister. near the entrance lo his lot. Henry E. Funk and Miss Sadie Fahmf.iii, Head Tiiim. Go to Dr. M. Geo. D Weaken Is agent for the best Biughn, a miss of 15, eloped from Jesea-min- e L. Bourne's drus store and cet ono package of Bam A. Clark's Uotr licuiedy. If you coal ever sold in Stanford. He will also furto Jeffersonville, Ind , aud were marare not satisfied after using it your money nish the cheaper goods to all who desire ried because her parents objected to her bewill be refunded such at as low prices as any dealer in the coming a wife on account of her age. After market. PERSONAL. the knot bad been tied sl.e telegraphed as 18-ye-rr r. mooy of the lealing power of th water. Mesne. Totton and Bryan are building a laue tobicco bsrn for Mr. Stephen Owsley. Mr. Spears Fisher returned Friday from Iowa, whither he went to deliver blooded cattle to Mr C)nk He did not tarry long here however, as iiU betur half is in Casey. 'Tie strange that a stream that haa produced so many notable editors, (accord ing to Bro ibslev, of the Winchester Sun,) can not raise ooe single newspaper reporter nowadavs Why is it since the days of "Mischief, of Alpha, Rosebud, &;., that we never see a line in your columns from this Notwithstanding thrifty neighborhood? we have sent out c lltors, lawyers and doctors furnished your town with one jiller and from the "signs o( the times" will send you atothsr at the next August electior, of noble men still we have yet left scor-and women, of pretty girls and uifted'boys, who mint be hiding thir talent- - under a bnshel or together In the IfrWn spring o' which you speak. s w " '& " iAji '"wBKS. B?$c vifesigS8 if3cjiSLVSMidSJ-r- S F aBSi!PvfSairfl '3 H 8RND 70K X ClTALOOUKOir f 1 Tub excursion to the Junction City Mil I). B. KuMttrroN returned from Camp Meeting was not aa large as on forLouisville lat nlyht. T. A Ui.ai.v, of Simpson, is visit- - mer years, though a number of coaches were filled. Depot Agent J. A. Carpenter Ing relatires in the county. sold 71 tickets here and W. M. Bogle 28 at Miu. Jolt A. ClANO has been spendRowland, our eaatern suburb. ing several iMys in Danville. n. "Ma I married dearllenrv this morning at Jeflsrsonville. We will be in Jessamine county to day. May I come home? Your daughter, Sadie" follows: RELIGIOUS. lowdered Femalel College, borax, pure glycerine ounce, rore water elder fliwer water 12 ounces; mix. Its or LANCASTER, KY. daily ue as a c;saietic n re.dtr the skin beautifully sufi mid white aud pre- Larger Corpaol Initructnra than any Female Col leg' In the 8tate. Huilc'Ings new and appoint- vents and removes chap, un burns, etc. nieDU uoexrel'el.'Tern.a rrcnnalile. hrxt e 0 drachms avoirdupois Ta Garrard RaKKnENcaa -- W refer r permtu following gentlemen HI. Urcellencr. on to the J. Proctor Knott. (Jnyernor ol Kentucltr. Frankfort. Kj.; Gen'l Heweti, fetaw Auditor. Kjrj Col It. D. Allen. gupt.Kr. Military "SuL tute and Pre.luVnt Ky TeacOeri' Awelatlon. ijiumUU, Kt j Col J, u. PUto ranklort, Ky.j Prol De.ba Pickett. 8uPu o Public Initriietlnn f J. Keniucty. Frankfort. Kr-0- re, Pierre Lorrillsrd paid $18 000 for the don in his Jeney Kennels. Ttie handsome jewels nre nuw eet in ver instead of gold. sil- teuton commences Auguit Slat, 1S53. For further Inlormatlnn, ndrtrena MOHBIS KVANS, I) D., Kloif wmtf, Pine flliitr Ark Tru't. Luke I' Blackburn. Louiullle, ; lUr. It H. State Cl.ap.'aln, Trankf jrt, Ky. ) Kava-uaug- h, , ree Miss Mattie MoAlistkh, of Dinville, is Tirfting Mi4 Lhi Farrla. .Miu. U U. Wine baa re urned from a visit to relative at Clovtrport: Miss Mary Xewland who his been very ill of Uuz, is convalescing Mimes Annie and Alice IJeazley returned from Lexington yesterday. MiuC. A. Kcckeji, reprireniioe the Blood Balm Co , of Atlanta, is in town. Mn. and Mns D. 8. J one, of McKin-neleave today for Missouri, Raosas and Texas Mimes Mattie ani Maooie Owsley left yesterday to enter Ward' Seminary at Nashville Mn. Q E Kyanh, sujurlntendent of the L. & N, was the Ktiwt of Mr. Frank Harris, Saturday and Sunday. Mai, J. V, Kout and Misses Sue and Martha Paxton Kout, have returned from a villi to relatives in Madison. Mian Dolue William, of H union-rlllis vUItint her coonin, Miia Hudie Williams.-Eliztbethlo- wn Naws. Kev. F. 8 Pollitt was called to Ma-so- n county yesterday morning by the ill-is of his wife who is visiting there. MESi)Atrn Ann Lysle, of Xashvlllr, aad Kate Culbertson, of Covington, were the guests of Mrs. Dr. L F. Huflman. Miu Kout. Yod.no was here yeterdsy en route to Midway, where he husband is enesgeU in locating (be Kentucky Union y, e, n d GniNDiNHOut his "Than Column" has undermined Judge French Tipton's health and he was nolle ill at lat accounts, though much better than ha had been we are glad to say. If the work bus so bad an effect on him, he should ceaslder how much worse it a fleets other peeplt and desist. A son and heir now blesses the union of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Metcalf. It was born last Friday. Tom was in yesterday looking as smiling aa a basket of chips. He says he has named the youngster Charles Morrison, for the sake of his brother, the editor, and for Preacher Morrison. Biioke Hek Neck As Mr. Huff Dad-derr- ar was riding his fine mare on level ground Friday, she stumbled and falling forward caught her head so as to snap her neck like a pipe stem and died without a kick. Mr, Dudderar gave $160 for her and he vas expecting a colt by a very fine horse. James Stephenson, a young man of about 35, was brought here from McKinney Friday to be tried for lunacy, but after hearing the evidence the jury decided that if insane at all his trouble was caused by whisky and morphine and He had been very was only temporary. and had made numerous efforts to violent kill himself and others. A half dczn men found great difficulty in tying him, so that he could be brought here and ven then he did mnch damage to the vehicle. The Lexington papers call Rey. II. C. Morrison the "boy preacher." This is no compliment if tbey get him mixed up with Harrison, who is known as the "boy preset-er,- " though some 60 years of age. The funeral of Milton R. D Boone will be preached nt the residence of A. B. Akers, on the Hi Saturday In October, next. The friends and rektlvei of the family are requested to attend. Inteiuoh Jouunal and Danville ACtcmtt please copy and oblige the Biatlyville Enterprise, Eld. Jos, Ballon scored it into the base ball business Sunday morning. For thorough independence and the knack of always calling a spade a spade, Mr. Bil-loIs decidedly peculiar. Atking nobody any odds and hewing always straight to the line, such a preacher can do incalculable good In a country where most people are governed solely by interested motives u .ii Ai)Vhitnst.n..M. JL. THE CHEAP GROCER,. iulj. iub-Jei- alii Jtci DAWSON laa iibdlda.e fur Jalltr if Lincoln County, IMujiriUic an jr. to of tuu aciluu tue H. SAM. St. OWHSti la a cutiUltlate for l, tue action oi Jitltr count', toe Democratic paUf. or Lincoln l T. R. JflaBBaHsl WALTON, -- DEALEHIN- Small Farm For Sale tjltuitvtl'i twj oi-inern-fnliD- I I r MM IBMbIHE ' tI 1'iae, lonUiQlog JJ Ltw uwcmug g miles Irom wan 4 rguit una Wicucu, ipiiugi, Ac. Auu en l . L.. JtA II aOA, etanford. ou ttio Danville Acrta lu n lil,UMMt ofcol-uilo- u, nianloij o M I r O w in CO. I odor lor mle, Tl?ti-lj- , an rc LAND. STOCK AND CROP Ijloij opo.ll anl mljoiulug land Ulertliv, 52-- It Lot) ui tlie(oMjr UHUUIUi liUlldlUrf letlusuitf ou Dauvlile atrnet, ol j. Yi. Aicoiu, i'ne ud baa wll ad lu tiu-Ui- u. u Not Insane Wanted. 2,000 bushels of seed oats. M. : M.l Li'ItUX. Misses LorjANNA Jame and Beaure-irStcwarl, two beautiful and accom-ish- eJ The mott notable improvement in Stanladies of Crab Orchard, are ford for a long time is the brick residence youiR tVo guests of Mrs. J B. Huflunn.-Ls- x. of Mr. J. W. Alcorn on Danville avenue. Transiript. In situation is the most prominent in town, Mn. A. 8. Paxtow has ben detained and it is in many respects the best buildlo Virginia by the serious illness of his ing in the county. Presenting a handsome wife, but he writes that she has recovered exterior, it is almost perfect in its internal so far as to be able to start their new arrangement, where comfort and convenMAMMOTH Ihlsyear. home in a very few ience U never lost sight of There are Tobacco la quoted in Louisville all the Miss Walton IIekdziison, of Jersey eight large rooms, besides halls, pantry, way from .1 to 17 cents for dark and heavy. AMERICA'S GREATEST WONDER City, N. J who has been visiting Mrs. 0. kitchen, buements anl bath rooms, the Write lor club rates ana get 10 or more of your Burley runs from 3) for trash to 22 for C. Given left Saturday. Season frlen.W to villi thli Interesting Cave. She is a bright Utter beinz supplied from the cisterns for fancy Je if. tlcketa to Care free to aumuier boirdeia. The and vivacious little brunette, whom all the with water by a very complete device. Mr. Smith & Anderson, Dinville, Ky , coo!et iiimmer resort known. Tlunnometor Ifl boys discribs m charming J. R. Carrigan, of Dinville, wts the archi have n superior article of Fulls seed wheat degiees at tbe mouth of cue. A good band In attending. tect of the building and Messrs. Huflman ir. C. COJISTOCK, for sale. Ojly one year removed from the LOCAL MATTERS. Leasee Mammoth Care Hotel, & Nevius, of this place, the contractors, Cave City Ky. a3.2iii Northern seed. Go to Klass A Levi for free circin tick- - and they did their work well. The buildWanted.-O- ae huudred mules to feed, ing is a decided ornament to the town, i . upon reasonable termr; have plenty of corn ! Stani'Oiid now has eight mails a day to where architectural beauty has not been and oats to fatten them, Address John W. much considered in the erection of resiheretofore existing under the Tbe time and depart. Miller, Lancaster, Ky. .x uwaiey ta inia nay arm name ot dences. The family will move in D. U. EdmlatOD having aoM hla lntereat to roor-hous- e (arm ot -- acres was I he Ten 8hares of Farmers. National Link and will we trust live long and be happy in firm James T. Craig. All peraona Indebted to rented to W. Speed Taylor for S932 with are earnestly rcaueated to make an earlythe aettle-men-t. Stock for eale. Apply at the Bink. it. O Ml St. Ml. KONISTOX, the agreement on the part of the lessor to J5. man, OIlSI.Er. Fall lot of Zsigler Brothers' boota and Cv Yeaiw. asAn old colored came inwho take good care of the paupers, feed and 60-to AqullIaRtid, gave his name shoes juet received at 8. II. Shanks'., Having aold my lntereat in the firm of Edmliton clothe well for $50 each per annum f Har- A Owalev to James T. Craig, who In connection see Judco Varnon Saturday to get him to . rodsburg Democrat. with E. P. Owsley will contlntio ths bualneaa at A new line of Cinton iliDBelijifall" call, aslet him with the county's funds in getA under tbe tiaiuo of At the sale of Mrs. Bennett Cloyd the old Iatand tbla method firm returning Owsley to cos and fall ginghams jutro'pwipi?Offs-leCraig, of thanka take ting a living. His sons had refused to supyesterday 5 yearling mules sold at ICO; thepatroca of the firm for the very liberal patronit Cralg'd. age extended to It In the paat and bo-''rafiSr port him longer and he is enable to work that ita pair aged horse mules $225 50, one old mule tucceaaora will continue to receive tbe patronage of all the friends ol tbe obi firm. Reapectfullv, IJwcic Two hundred and fifty thous- much. The Judge offered lo send him to $10, a muleS105; about 15 cat strenuously objectii. It. EOMM8TOX. and, hard and for sale by the Poor House, but he tle soltUt $25 to $55; horses $24 to $78; ed saying that he would rather go out in Henry Baughman. hogs 1 to 5 centr; good sheep $4 per head be confined Ladieh, missea and children's shoes, the woods and starve than lo and corn $1.50 to $1 55 in field. he is 105 handsome lot of custom made and of the there. According to his storv State Commissioner of Agriculture was born in best brands just opined at J. W. Hay years of age. He says he Davis has offered $200 in premiums for the Prince George county, Maryland, and that best displays of Kentucky fruits. The ex,'en'i. his matter moved with the family and othhibit will come of! at the Exposition on The Richmond Register saya that the Ai administrator of J. II. Brute, dee'd., I will er servants to Kentucky "way back yender ofier for aaleat bla late realdence In Garrecord made br Prostcutor R. C. when the bars and panters was aa thick the 9th, 10th and Ilth of September and rard county 3 inllot from LancasExhibitors iVarren ought to secure his reelection here as cattle U now." Tbey came in cov- is open to the whole State. ter, on Ilx Itlveron will haye free admission to the building. without any trouble. ered wagons to Pittsburg, Pa, and then 17, 1S95. W. W. Eitill, President of the Ken- THURSDAY, SEPT. for All cf the Sells BnoTHEns' Cincua and our coun- embarked in flit boats wagon Maysville. tucky Southern Association, has sent out travel and try cousins and their aunts will be on band There they resumed their following letter to the cattle men PBRBONAL finally stopped beyond Paris, where they the and here's wishing that everythroughout the State: "All persons inter On the I'arm on which he resided at the tuno located, A short lime afterwards, a man body will have a good time. of bla death, conslstlngia part as followa; ested In stamping out pleuropneumonia In named John Ikld'took him and his brother the a fleeted districts, and preventing its S head of extra New York Cattle. They have a village in Whitley county for a debt and brought them to Washinginvited and requested to meet SI head of extra Yearling Steera. called Loafersburg. Stanford will soon ton county (Where he remained till four spread, are SI head of good Feeders. court-bous- e in Lexington at 12 M., 14 Cowa and Heifers, mostly thoroughbred. have to change her name to that if the years ago. (He says he recollects when at the September 31" 3 thoroughbred Bull Calves. and claims that base ball cms doesn't subside. Waebingtomwu president 1 Heifer Calf, thoroughbred. was a groWn man long before "the folks XENIA, LINCOLN COUNTt. he MT. 1 Bull, very fine Animal. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold, We are now agents for the Danville 9 splendid Work Mules. went away from 'boot here lo the battle" of Farmers have begun to fatten hogs for 20 pure bred Short-woPlaining Mills, with full stock cf celling, GEO. D. WEAKEN, MniitiTucturcra' Agent. Sheep, Bucks and Ewes, Orleans." The oldysaaa'd hair is white, flooring, weather boarding, laths, doors and fall market. 1 thoroughbred Colt, by Harry O'Fallon. was pbt out's number of years ago one eye 1 extra nice Yearling Colt, by Barney Wllkea. sashj blinds, Ac. Bright & Curran. We have a meeting in progress at this and he sees biitdiniy out of the other, but 1 thoroughbred Mare. time, conducted by Eld. Samuel Crutcber, no Horao. 1 AN item in a Cincinnati paper says the he haa the mot remarkably preserved set of Dinyille, assisted by Elders Ballou and 10 family Hogs. is missing, nor of second division of the Chesapeako & Nash- teeth ever seen. Not one Qibson. of our county. iNo accessions as 320 buahela Seed Wheat. ville R. R. has been let and that the third does a hollow appear In any of them. He Do you Intend tending ycur child to school? Hnnd Mirrors, Pocket Books, Tfibuabela of Barley-Lo- t yet, but a lively interest is manifest. Violin Strings, Bourne keeps all kinds ot School Books, Inka, PaFlavoring Extracts, or this end would be let in GO days and does not know the year he was born in but of old Corn. Walter Owsley Hopper, two Little ... ipiu iiiiu i.. bad- 85 the .pers, Pens, Copy Books, Tablets, Tads, Sponges, Artlata' Materials, Freu:h Harpa, S Acrca ot growing Corn. ud uib the whole completed within a year. Capt. BnyB 1. ujaaicr iwi i l years old, Ml off the bridge near his faThermometers, DyeSturli, Slatea, Tenclla 10 stacks of Hay. W. H. Bpradlin passed on the cars Satur- year the colored V'olks were freed Confections, Do you want to marry? do then, and get your tamps, ther's houie, on which he was playing, one S stalks of (lata: day, but gave us no such information. Varulthes, Face Towdcrs, Ferlumes, Cacheus, Soaps, Brushes Vases, Household and Kitchen Furniture. The factory lat Alvarado, Cal., has day last week, and was rescued by bis sifand Combs from Bourne. PalnU, Dolls, Wagona and rnnulun Implemcma In great varioV refined beet sugar tbts ter Mnttie in an almost lifeless conditicn. To the Coal Tkapk. We are now ex. made 1.250 tons Oils, t ? Get Do you want to please your mother-in-laety and of the verv best, including one new Splcts Binder, 2 good Wagons. 1 Cart, Uarrowa, ber a pair of LeMare'a Celebrated Bock Crystal elusive agents for the celebrated Associa- season, This is said to be four times great He was painfully though not seriously inAnd 1,(01 other article, at HEoveh, Brills, Mowers, Bulky l'iowa, Iouble Spectacles and paint her bouse with mixed Paints. tion Mine?, including Liurel, Pitman and er than the total Uorghum sugar in the jured. Hock Tools. Haws, Wagon Beds, Bockaway. 2 Bugand Simpson is quite ill since gies and Uarnesa, Wagon of f.'OPlow Gear, Ac, Ac. Bourne baa tbem. has Miss Lucie Peacock mint", and this conl can not be United States. T.iA Alvarado factory DR. BOURNE'S and under, cash; Taausi Koralliitma Are you atck? Have you Headache, Backache, months' credit. Bouda bought of any ether dealer. We also keep been in operation slk years, and its profits her return from Hales Well. The rest of over that amount, lourrequired, bearing lntereat Iceacbe? Bourne keeps all klnhs of Medicines. with approved secutlty r annum, payable to on hand coal from any of the Jellico mines, are computed 'aTsiQil .000 en an investment pf our friends who have been sojourning at tbe rate of S percent. Bemember, Bourno will give a nice present to iVho growers get $4 50 atthat healtuf ul resort, were muo h pleased the Administrator. including Main Jellico and Standard Coil ment of $125,000, tbe first good looking girl who repeats tbe following-Sale to begin at 9 a. m rot farther particulars, call on or address J. F. Co's mines. Prices an tbey have been here a ton for 'beets, antUthe yield is said to with the new and efficient management ol STANFORD, KY. Robinson, on tb premla. poatcllico Lancaster, Medicines, shade lower than any other dealer. average 20 tons to tnA acre. The factory Mr. Spoooamore and bis excellent young Ky. tofore, a Atlmy.. J, I.. IttillVK, Banvllle, Ky. Toilet Articles, Opposite Myers'Uouss. Shaving Materials, T. D. EntHii,Atic. pays out about $90,00vl a year for beets. wife and all bear ready and willing teeti ,,Itwpt. Bright ts Uunan. dy, fr Bright h Curran. The Bourbon Fair commences to day STANFORDJGADEMY. and holds five days. A few nice Berkshire, boar shoals for Next Session Begins Thursday, Sept. 3d. sale. J. Bright, Stanford. Prompt attendance lucrum. No de.uctloa Wanted. A couple of 10 or Iruu lumou will ta mue exiti't lu cmt ot aici-ne- u twjo.d one uiunin. lLsirutllon " shoats. Apply at this office. gnn luolikcted r.ug.nti bnucueii Litilu, umk, in ordinary Very little damage to crops is retorted utruiau, rrtuiu sqj ninvr Aiatnruiatita. W- -'i AltMHK tHHi,lit, rrluclral. by the cold in the Northwest. & Nunnelley boueht of Rifle Hill 18 head of feeding cattle at Pension Claims S.& R. GarveyV barn, with C5.000 WITIIOIIT FJBE poundi of tobaeco burned in Henry county. and garden products in the Unlesa auictailul, Tweut yeara experieucj. ApLite corn vicinity of Staunton, Va , were damaged by ply lo JllLO 11. Hl'tlVESS V CO. OFFICII, WaablnKton, D.C., CltvdanJ, u., frost last week. Detroit, Mlcb., v.bicigo, 111. Louisville is to hare a Tobacco Jubilee, September 17tb, by which time she will have sold 100,000 hogsheads of leaf tobicco nd And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. . t"i- IK ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND ffiOVISIOSS, HE KEEPS - Tin-- , Glass- - Prosecuted and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- i: J)1" CAVE! Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. K'-- s I1 4 : A n NOTICE J. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. 1- tf y e SO-- tf Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the hest place to buy. well-burne- PUBLIC SALE Stock, Crop, &c. WHOLESALE PRICES ! nt PROPEBTY Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, to bo RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Over lO Farna Wagons mid many other Goods three-year-o- ld ol "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns Sick." 1 w NEW DRUG STORE, 1 Patent FaeM.e-Dat'j- ij, (M-'J- r .Jrt,,.!.' ' iii:utu.Mirf r Isk irMllsUfsf aaMiMSBMHSj : 14 --- f- -- r r T, ySjSHs '- - "TWI'&WMl"WWi"l''W' 1 -- TT Scmi-Mcdtlglntcri- bt or insect-disturbe- m $ournaI :row catching, jersey fashion. Contrlbntion to Natural History on the Fnlth of n Now York Drummer. (New York Sun. - MONEY" BY POST. THE POSTAL MONEY-ORDE- R FARM FOR SALE. and Lancaster turnpike road, about 2 mile Itom Lancaster, Ky. Well ImproTod. Will be sold prlTalely. Any one in need ol such a Farm can get the partleulara by calling on J. Potter on tho place or addressing the undersigned at Ullbiru Crcek,;Lineoln county. Ky. UOLTZULA IT, JOUX G.3m Agent lor E. H. emlth's Heirs. SYSTEM ALL IS NOT GOLD THAT GLITTERS IN THE "GLORIOUS CLIMATE" OF CALIFORNIA. Slalnrla In the Mists of tlie Vnlloy Gen eral Dustiness of the Summer Tlmo Abundance of Small Four- Legged Vermin. t boy took bis hand oft tho crow's gul-'e- t, and instantly the captivo sent up a lerlos of crlos. Quick as a flash the air as was blackened with frantic crows, (Foothills Cor. Chicago Tribune. ill shrieking and hallooing vebomently. Besldos the musqulto, and tbo ant, and rtoy swooped around us and mado fierce llRlGItTAi CV11HAX. rs tho of the peaco generally, larU at tho boy, who quickly closed on the FARM FOR SALE! 2lt there ore in California a lew othor nui- stptlre crow's windplpo and stopped his Then tho crows returned to the sances of which eastern poop'e are less likely voice. I offer for tale privately uir Farm, Irlne Inline- Saw to bo informed than of the "glorious climnto" wood?, cawing. llitel on the Pike between MIlledKeTllle e ana " Seo what blame fools thoy bar said tho fltanford, coutalnlnt Bit Acre of flnt-ratand the "perennial strawberry." For inLCMIIKK TARD, AND Land. The Farm is In a good state of stance, many localities in tba San Joaquin youngster. 'Thoy'm cunnin', but thoy hain't cultivation; fences and buildings in good repair; On top of tbe Knobs, close by J. Carter's flrccery valley can coast of boing very fair rivals of smart.' grass: 80 Acres In corn. Kent pj 210 Aciri In Store. r. " 'Now. boss, ho continuod, 'I'll show Martin Chuzzlewit's Eden in the matter of orer 8 per cent and taae. Ad1reta me at J. ir. WKATHEHFOHV. . FOOTE A 11 EELF.lt, Iroj)i-r- f orsr. I)r. Illsitn' ItarVWb.rtT ('rJUl ! UT"IR"U) malaria. Almost any of tba low lands by re bow this feller kin clutch his brethring. s tbo iu that valley can at short Hold him. Don't let him holler, 'less yo For all kinds or general Lumber, Shingles, St., t.m.l;fJ.,rl., DUrrhar. UMnUrr. CrCUe at ilHibti, ul mwrlu Ik, link frli till notice produce a choice article of fevor and want to fight that hull woods full 6' crows.' builders and others can not find a better market to til ir th, ifium "The boy put the crow in my hands. themselTM. Our aguo. During an eveulng.ei peclally in the fall Bank Stock. ault Iteaaonable'lUtea." motto Is "Oood Material diLtt all dr((I.U atfr.oi U. Swti f tttreiM. Tr U hj Wattle. 00 Poslofflce address, Halls lor of the yoar, a mist steals along the surface Then bo cut two stout crotched sticks, and, Oap, Ky, Tuilor'a ChrroUee Itemrdf ofMweet (Jnm of the rivers and the sloughs and creeps taking a small piece of somo kind of springy and Mullein will cure viuxuB. Croup aud Con- On Monday, Boptombor 7, 1885, over tbo bottom lands. Dewaro of that wood, split it an inch or two up, so that bo sumption l'rica ac. and II a bottle, Both lor sale by Dr. M. L. DOUUNK, Stanford . crawling mist, for it contain the promiso of could pull the split portion half nn inch (Coiintr Court dari. at 11 o'clock A. J before the , , a racked frame and a burning skin to whom- apart, the pieces closing quickly together in oiimoni. I will sell to the FIVE SHARES of Stock In the To the split stick ha tied a whon released. hlgnest bidder soever It may enfold in its coll'. First National Dank of SUnford, 1h proper!) ol Dressed Fine Flooring, Oeiling, Weather One has to be mindful, too, that thore is string. Then bo led mo to a distant part of the estate ot Faulkner Holmes, dee'd. Tcrms-- A Boards, Finishing Lumber, ureen danger in drinking to excess of the water tho field, a quarter of a mile away from the creditor threemonths on notes with good security bearing Interest from date. from thoe rivers and sloughs au.l bathing woods. He sllppod the split stick ova the Lumber in the Bough, inoluding Admr. crow's beak, o he won't holler 'fore I want T. M. IIOJ.MKH, in them is somewhat risky if prolonged. Laths and Shingles. While the stream) are running pretty full him to,' ho remarked. Then he tali the bird on its back, and, spreading imt its For theconTenlenceof our customers In Stantheroinotmu:h harm in them, but after wings, pinned tho crow down firmly to tho Mills. ford and tlclnlty we hare arranged with eVco. tho rainy season, and when the mountain to keep on his yards an assortment li. snows have melted and passed down ground by driving a crotched stick over 'ThkKkodj'Nkab Hills Oar, Ky., Aug.2. of our Lumber, where they can gt it as cheap aa to tho ocean, and the rivers have sach wing, near tba middle. This done, the Foote and Oeorge from us direct. He wilt also make estimates for We, the undersigned, W. J we will fill on short noarly disappeared, and the sloughs are bird was helpless to move, except that it Wheeler, haTe this day consented by mutual agree- any bills not on bands, which It A VIS, JtELVlX firm, stagnant and full of decayed vegetation, could clutch about with its strong feet. ment to dlssolre partnership In the above agroe- - nolle. Lily, Ky. 2S-consenting to and tbe said Oeorge wheeler then is the time when distance lends en- Whon all was in readiness the boy walked i lnz to takeoter an ne iiaoiuiraauu ucm.ri-In- In chantment to the neighborhood of the water of! a rod or two and hid in the bushes, tellagainst the said firm ot Foote A Wheeler, courros. There are, it is true, hundreds of ing nm to do the name. When we wnre both consideration of which Wn. J. Foote consents to people who live in'tbeie districts without out of sight the little Jersey man gave the foreso and glre him an absolute right In all the Plant and nature, ol 1th. Mill. W.tneu unpleasant consequences, but everywhere in string a jerk and pulloi tho split stiok off of ters, and In due time tba postmaster general Seo. weELEB. approved the tcbeme, but bis department ourslgnatures. tho valley one Is constantly encountering the bird's beak. & O. O. " 'Now holler, blame ye!' exclaimed the took no part in tba management of it. It victims of the malarious regions. Tho little Witness, K. J. Hutcherson. jJHICAtO ' '&' C!)) toUltYIUXStttAt-jj'boy. was not until 1833 that the private enterquinine bottle is an indispensable adjunct to J. 0TTENHEIMER, "And that crow did holler, and, just as prise was converted into an official departthe personal equipment of an army of men. been the rase before, on there camo the ment. Since that.date many improvement! SALE Crab Orchard, Ky. Auotbor disagreeable factor in California bad Through Coaohon and Pullman life one less easily avoidable, although less colony of crows, as wild, floro, frantic, and bava keen made, but the general features of Slooping Cars of James Crow, dee'd, we will, at As Executors the system introduced by the three sorious, than tbo malarial neighborhoods-- is noisy as ever. They circled above tho Norlhwelt of From bis late residence, four mil clerks are still retained. tho general dustiness which prevails captivo bird, and finally a number of them on the SUnford A Ssbelby City pike, sell & MISSISSIPPI R. W In the United Slates the registered-lette- i through much of the year. The absence of droppoi down to seo what ailed him. One auction at public Lonlrtvlllu to Chlcafce, system did not attain any degree of excelsummer rains, assisted by processions, con- lit on the struggling bird, and was instantly On Tuesdays Soptombor 22, 1885, tinuing for several months, of heavily laden clutched by the captive, and held tightly in lence until after ISO'. Tba money-ordThe Direct Route to ClncliiuHil to Chicago, system was first established in 1804. Postal grain wagons, drawn by six or eight mules its grasp, both birds making a hideous outThe following property, cry. or horses, causos the country roads apnotes came into uso in ISSd. We imported Iudlnunpollfi to Chicago. " 'He's got him!' shouted the llttlo villain all those ideas from Franca and England, anJ Four broke Mules, 1 Mule. 1 yearling proaching all towns where grain is shipped 1 large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer, 1 by my side. 'Co mo on an' let's get him.' by rail or water to become mero rows of it is doubtful whether we havo Improved on JIuIe, Heifer, a Calres, I Terr fine thoroughTHROUGH TIME TABLE yearling "Tho boy ran out, and the flock of crows deoply-wor- n tho English idea. Hut in other respects out Xortbwtst and Soutbweet by the way of ruts filled with fine dust. The bred Cows, 1 thoroughbred Bull Calf, I ged JenVia Loulsrllle: daily play of the tradewlnds catches up this swoopod and cawed, and darted all around postal system, notably tha railway-mal- l net, t Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September, d best In the crow, of service, has gono far in advanco of any ore' J hands high and one beadthe hogs, 100 galdust and whirls it around the towns and him. He grabbed the LOUIS VIM.E er OIXCIWV of ? Stfp in 7 t) s u Lre. LoulsTllle............ State (or his age; about 12 along the roads with an utterly free and easy which was held tightly in the claws of the European nation. The line of development S SO p m I t V0 a m lons of very fine Blackberry Wine, about i years An. Lafayette-.....- .. decoy, and with two or threo masterly here has been toward perfecting a systerx unconcern for the rig hts of man. Water-cart- s SZOpmf, SOOam Chattanoofa for " Chicago.. ........ old, 20 barrels of old corn, 50 bushels of old wheat. IsrllU and Cincinnati make Then be adapted to long distances, and mainly t iU nesk. and little ditches mitigate the nuisance to a twirls wrung ISO barrels of new corn4n the field, S stacks of direct conntstion at those points with the Light-nin- e grabbed the other one by the gullet service by rail. seTeral thousand bundles of oats, a lot of Via Cincinnati. hav. considerable extent in the better parts of ExprtM on the Ohio A Mlatlaslppl for ot farming bacon and lard, together Postage stamps were first used in the implements, consisting withallotthe tho Louis and all points West. towns, and even on some and stopped Its cries, whereupon the of plow,, barrows, i Lts. Cincinnati ....... p m 1: so a ui M flock of crows retired again, apparently beamong United States in 1S47; that is, the governof tho country roads, but as a rule the dusty L"uIsIIU or Ctncln-i- u 12 45 p in II zo p tu . " Indianapolis.-.- .. wheat drill, I mower, S farm wagons, eprlog TTnilro JJ.UUI b natf to HI. Louis, being two hours breeze has Its own way. Tao foothill and lieving that they had done tholr duty. Satiment did not adopt them until that year, 8 20 p ra I (Uiu . tbem l twobore! wagon, nearly new. I wagon Arr. Chicago, .......... .. quicker tutu any other line, gWlog our pasMagare 1 bay rake. 1 buegy anJ harneas. Jerseyman sfied that tho cunning little wagon. although stamps had boon usod In New mountain roads, unless in soma of the time formula and first choice of aata In trains Dally. tlelly eicept Sunday. ana plow gear, and various other articles too section', are not so much cut could do all that bo said be could, I let him York aud some of the other states in 1313 going West. numerous to mention. up as those in the valleys, off from making the crow clutch any more This idea came from Europe, where stampi Terms ressonable and trade ktownpn dy of sale. sure your tickets read tU the lie To Omaha and be- but all of them do their share toward mak- of its kind. Thon he released tho crow camo into use in England In 183$, although IOCTmiho fliitnli-n,- . St&Bfbrtl, Ky. VUIUIVUI yon J l jaa by any that he had clutched himself, and it ilew it is said that a postpaid envelope was in 4J.,j ing activity in the dust business. MONON Ina going by way f Chicago. bull another Californian nuisance of de- away and joined tba othors In tho woods, as usa in Paris in tba year 10.VL The first (L. N. A. A C. K'y) as It Is the quickest, the best cided import to the farmer, bo bo a grower, though nothing out of the usual way in his postage stamp used in Germany was in 1849 and moat direct line to Chicago and points every-da- y experience had occurred. As we Austria took tbem up in 1S50, Russia used t, of grain, or hay, or grapes, or or In the Northwest. walked back to the village my canny com- postage envelopes as early as 1815, and tool what not, is the great abundance of small Tickets tU the Monon lloute on sale at all prinAlways make panion remarked: d cipal tloket offices. For rates, maps and lull Inup tha adhesive stamps in 1850. Franc vermin. Itabblts, squirrels, " 'Say, boss, if ye ever want any more formation, adJress gophers, and wood-raadopted the postage stamp in ISIS. Tb are tireless enemies, Timo Con WM 8. HALDWIN.O P A., Chicago. against whom the farmer must carry on nn clutchin' done, all yo got to do is to coma South American states took tbem up it A. J.lO'UKll.LY, ). d. A., LouIstIIU. 1S53. uncoaiing warfare. Men ore frequently up here an' ast for Grimssey.' BURNSIDE, E. H. "So I say that things I never beard nf employed for tbo sole purposo of poisOf tbe postage stamps now in usa a great With all Lines at oning squirrels, a few of these in before keep happening right along, for I'll majority are vignettes, showing tbo boad-o- Known Woll OHIO HI. 8L. Lonii and Intermediate Pointi dustrious animals being capable if undis- swear I never hoard of 'clutchin' crowV benoted parsonagos in tha nation repro This Old Maintains its turbed of gathering into their holes a con- fore." fronted, but in France no portraits appeal Hotol Xo siderable share of tho crop of a grain field upon tbe stamps. America has Washing 'eOmiiibiiiTraii High FoUim In the Wine Cup. Only Line Tla or a potato-patcton, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, and great in very short order. The fcni! AND New York Commercial Advertiser.) gopher doas his work under ground, and a Evory effort is mado by the vintners to men without number, whose names and Its Proprietor it Determined that Conuectlonsmale In Union Depot, rit. Louis, very effective mining engineer ho Is. He prevent adulteration, but whenever they faces are associated with groat events In out TO with trains it Shall be deoond toinno Countrr Baltimore, Philadelphia and Kerr Southwest. of lines going West, Northwest anil drives his tunnel along a row of vines or seud their wines in bulk there is danger of national development. But tbe great namet Uo Fare, State Hotel in tho troes, cutting the roots and ultimately causof. Franca the great men of her history-ha- ve II you are going West to any point, tall on adulteration. The consumer is liable to get Anrjointments. or Alien York City, wtiio to tbe und.rslg ae-ing tbo death of the plants, with wouderrul a decoction of the genuine article with the been associated with other forms ol For full and reliable tnrormatton In regard to WITH TUIOUIII tion to Comfort of quickness and accuracy. Hj is a burden adulterants that are made in this city. government than republican. For tba re Land, Ac, In the Western mates, lap, Guides their Quests. some foo of the alfalfa-groweworking his This adulteration threatens to bring about public to place on its stamps tba bead ol and lowest spl.l rate, lor Tickets and Household passages in all directions to the detriment of the resumption of importations from France the great Louts would Us to remind tbe peoGoods to all potnu West call on or address Only Line Tla the roots. To everybody who irrigates the and Italy. ple of the splendor ot tha old monarchy. T liaia-aiwill be eoareyed to and from the. d O. H. ALSOP. Taisenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway, of tharg. Speelal aeeommodat os trtt CommerelalTrarelera. The Oar will land he is an abomination, making in the IMclimnnil, Old Point Comfort (IlTKcla The adulteration is dons principally in use tho bead of Napoleon Bonaparte would to ditch-bank- s levees and holes that allow the this city, although but a small part the memory of tbo first llotclj nntl Newport News, W.W.PBABODV. always sapplled with tne choicest of tho be to perpetuatehappens that tho republic water to run in any direction but that in California and Ohio wines sold in this city omplro. So It Pres't and (Jen'l Man'gr, Braids of Llaaorsaad Clears. Oen'l Pas. Ail C. W. PA Kid, Central Paasenger Agent. In connection with Ota Dominion Steamships to which it is intended to go. is adulterated. Such practices threaten to uses a stamp that is In no senso a reminder Clnrlnnall. Ohio Fortunately the gopher is neither difficult increase. There are two houses in this city of the past. to trap nor to poison at least where tun whose business is to mako adulterants. HSriEJ-Defiance of Superstition. ncling can bo traced by the oarth which he Their enterprise represents considerable IN. Y. Herald.) And Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to brings to the surface through bis uplifts. capital, and the profits are large. The one Thirteen covers woreomlnlously spread in KENTUCKY GEHTEIL In" the alfalfn-field- s his whereabouts are not requisite is that the adulterating liquor Morel li's banqueting room. The engraving Surgeon, Physician so readily discernible as in other placei, and shall 1)3 made work upon the menus represented a gallows, at about of tho Through Trains frcui Winchester, Ky., to he becomes a more troublesome customer upon whoso cross-beaof the genuine article was ..inscribed tha "iHiic-GraHIloiHe." with whom to deaL But in all gardens, Wiuo is made the foundation of the legend "Morituri ta SalutamuV' Perched orchards, and the llko his presence must be adulterant, which is mado upof corn spirits, abovo this gallows was au owl, wido-eyeDanville, Ky. KANAWHA FALLS, 8hortest and Quiokent Route from Oen Office on 4th St., WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS promptly detected and his progress arretted, glucoo, acids and flavoring tralKentueky to all Pointa North, of ghoulish, at whoso side was a midnight cat, or ho is more than lifcoly to do irreparable which are injurious. Each extracts, all East, West find 8outhwest. And other Famous Virginia Springs and Pleasure of these Arms whose felino features were illuminod by a mischief. The destruction of growing manufactures about 10,000 gallons of ferocious and sarcastic smile. In a word, it Kesorts. Fast Line Between Piles ami Fistula Pcrlectly vegetation by rabbits must be enormous. adulterating liquor a month, which reprewas a dinner of the thirteen club, and thlr Cured. Hunting, Flstiln;?, Bathing and all kinds of re- LEXIGTO & CI.VOIXXATI Common ostimato declare that two sents a sale of about C),000 gallons of teen members wero about to sit down to the creation for the tourist, InralM or sportsman. ticbeilule In Effect May 10, HtSV "jack rabbits" will eat as much as adulterated wine through the country d This line runs through the Alleghany Moundlnnor of tin organization. n u sheep. Tba correctness within thirty days. This great quantity of tains, on the bauksot beautiful rlTeraand termiNo, 6, "RoTT" Ko7I3 A slight dUturbanco in tbo proceeding! of .that intricate problem in animal alimenNo Knifo, Ligature or Caustic nates on injurious spirits is drunk freely, tho persons occurred when the party assembled and Ex. Hun, Dally Ex. Sun. tation is not mated L Sutllee It to say that using it being of the opinion that thoy can TI1E SEA SHOICE. Usod. to march into the banquoting-room- . "Mr. Itablit'' i almost everywhere out of drink what thoy think is pure wlno with Capt. William Fowler was suddenly soon Obierrrttlon Cars on Day Trains, Regular Lre. Covington SlOam'stOpm 2 00 p m t tickets gotxl for stop-orand all can be com Arr. Paris door?, and that, be ho "Jack" or little "cot10 tS a ml In s? p iu, UOiiio impunity. The cost of the adulterant is slink back as bo approached entrance blued without extra expense. For full Informa " Islington VI IS p mill VU pntontail" only, a very small numerical allow-auc- o about 5 conti a gallon, and tboreforo the and fall out ot tbe line. Therethe n look 6 10 p m was Mild, No Detention Prom tion, rateaat Hotels, fimlyilt ofM dlilnalUprlngs, Lve. of him goes a great way as regards the wlno dealers who use it are ablo to sell the of horror upon his face, and bis oyes were Treatment Paris I'ullman Sleeplug Car space, Tickets, Ac, call on ll S) a m 10 21 p m, 5 23 p m Businesf, or address Arr. W Incheslnr ... 12 20 p iu U 00 ti m 6 10 p m devastation of young vineyards or orchards, wine at least 30 por cont. less than genu.no fixed nflrighteilly upon a suspended laddor, YY. II. McKOCKUT3( " Hlchmond 2 00 p mi W. II WHITTLMEV, 7 23 pn or of fillad crops or gardens. r,rd pure wine. under which all wero to pau. He declared Ticket Agents TraT. I'aisenger Agt " Ilowland In many parts of the state rabbit-proo- f LculiTfile, Ky. 5 10 p ml 8tanford, Ky. that be was prepared to sit down to a table :o O. W. SMITH, fences aro absolutely necessary a very seriII. TV. ri'M.t:it, Lve, HlctiiuonJ '.' 0J p IU The Mnn in White. of thirteen banqueters but ha woull nol Cure Certain and Permanent. Oeo'l Manager, Uen'l Faas'r Ag's ous itom of expense. 3 30 p II) Arr. Beret Fence requirements, tempt fate by passing undor a ladder. (Poston Gazette.) Cure, Xo Tay. Itlehn"rl Vrlna. ' l.lvliigstiio. . .. (I 00 am by tho way, are to i ersons undertaking ng- D. (I. CDVVAUD3, having boen vainly tried upon Capt. A man in white, baggy linen attire is alGen'l WftMern FaiMiiierAicrnt. Cincinnati, O. rtcuiiuro in uuirormn, particularly to per- ways a humiliating sight; his attire hi it- Fowler, be was finally permitted by vot tc Koarii-nouNHo. 11 No. S No. 1 sons of small means, the stumbling-block- s of self outer the banquettug-rooby a side door, greatest dimensions almost ludicrously bo sizesis a confession of weakness, and empha- Thon the thirteen ato ami drank and told Special Attention also Given to Chronthe sad truth that summer has got the for when one's fences must bo not only better of hlra. A mortal who Lve. Livingston. ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, i 00 a u thus com- weird stories till iftor midnight "horse-hig" licro. 10 22 a in and his dignity is lost to prupromises with Arr, Hlchmond . It Ua m on account of tho live stock rangNnvnl KxpedlonU An Advertlssr' I.N WHICH- Lve. KurUill .. .. 7 l5Tm ing at large iu the country, but dence, and discovers, too lato, that Nemesis New York Sun. As well as all Plseases peculiar to Women. ft has assumed the bhape of moist starch, and it L meaner .. .. 8 05 a ml rabbit-proo- f must be as woll, and whan the is driving Mm through the world -- 1th Ono of the largest Advorttsors In New Charges modi rate Dr. N. on le consulted fren Arr. Itlchmind .11 0) am '(tela birds, as occurs frequently in places, are so nl.hnnp ami will be lounil at his office at all York soys: AVo once bit upon n novel trousers, Lve. Hlchiuond i fi 01 a m 1 23 p ml numerous that to insure a crop one's lund shrunken co it,a distortedOcoanlca. and a vost for ascertaining ovw ivlmt area our I times -r tbe next three months following Arr. Winchester 7 00 a m 2 23 a ml ARK DKtrLti A suggestive cf map of to tbe jen By permission he utiht to bo roofed in, agriculture bocomes 8 OS a m 3 18 a in Arr Paris advortlsomonts woro road. Wo publisbod a tlemen.-J-. H. liosley, refers A. Lackey, S. Irwin, This tlavf of the sun, howovor, is doomed O. something like an n couplo of "ads" In wblch wo Stanford, Ky.; Judge O, F. Lee, Tom Murphy. pursuit. In fact, , 1 Lvo. Lexington ... 7 23 a m 't 30 p m 2 30 pm still lower, and iu the month of a California farm has a bimllarity to a town to sink will bo ., t 8 IS a m 3 23 p m 3 S3 Lve Paris John M. Bpoouatnorn, 81iu Cosk, l)n. pin August found slinking along the purposoly misstated half a dozsn historical I'. Temple, lleT. J. A. Ilogle, Hu'tonTllle: II. (). 11 30 a m f 00 p in Arr. Covington in rt state nf slega by an allied host, Ky.j Tllle, t 63 pm ' without a collar, bis limp coat siflng fact. In less than a weel; vse rocoivod streets Button, J. 8. Koolnson, Lancaster. Ky.: Thos. B. HEAD IT. 30) an I 100 littors from all parts of ruinous imposts from the beKlrksTllle, Ky.; J. 8. bat Walker, leaguered party, and only held ofr by moans over ills arm, and his take removal from tbo country front jeoplo Ytlsblnz to know Johnson, C. C. Chrlsuun.Ky.; J I. Daniel, Mckln-neJf ay.svilm: IIUANCII. HryantsTllle, llKLAIR, Ox., Nolf. 6, 1681. tho place of a his perspiring bead to of nmplo fortifications, liberal stores of mu Lew. Ky.; (I, J. Ubntlkukx: I hare been using yoir wonderfan! Conscience at last smites him, and, to wby on enrth, wo k'tpt such a consummate) Is, CampbellsTllle,Bosley, Lebanon, Ky.,Ueo.llowllni? A. A. McOiunls , Kr.j nitions or war, and "eternal vigilance." avoid bis friends, ho creeH along the shad- fool who know so llttlo about American bis "NoTSI, No. Noani-UouNflrocn, Ky.; Geo. Bobon, Judge J. W. Hughes, ful remedy, "Dr. IirailfloM's Female 'itegulator,' Dallr Evou tho timid deer joins the bostilo coall-tioDally In my family fur a loog time, and I wnnt lo say to lUrrodsburg, Ky.jC.C. rfhutnate, McAfee, Ky. ows of uouso3, and regards dark angloi and tory. lEr. Huu, Ex. Bun. VineyardUts in the Santa Cruz Tbo lottcrs kopt pourins In for tbroo or tbe suffering ones nf my sex that there n err r was desorte 1 streets with a longing nlmost promountains say that the deer, with greedy four wcoks. It was uno of Mm host paying 2 00pm aoythlngual to It. Would to Godf that ererr Lve Covington... " Lexington .. appetites for gi apes and fond of tho young portionate to his inteuso humiliation and "ads" wo over printed. But wo did not re- A. 7 2.1 a m I M i in moral weakness ' Pari aflllctcd woman In our land knew of Ita wonderful 8 20 a in 3 53 p m vine shoots, can only b restrained by tho peat tbo exporltnont bocnuso tbo ono I rofor 10 40 a m 7 60 pm Tlrtucaund curative powers as I do. I hare in cd ArrMaysvIlln., uso of guns and dogs from committing depto servod its purposo. Our lotters camo lloir Colors Chnnro on tho Cauva. INTERIOF JOURNAL a great deal of It slnco thelilrtb of piy Isst child No. 5i redations of importance during raids by KoToP THE from schoolboys, tjirls, pratisorj, clergyBrooklyn Eagle.) about a year and a half ag), and I da think had It Dal v IlalU night man, school teacbors and In two instances And tho LoulsTllle Ex. Hun. Ex. Hun not been forlbls valuable tiielU'iu One has only to see the mournful wrecks from I would har eminent men who have n, world-wid- e Was Coal Deil II. C.l of Tumor's pictures iu tho English National reputation. I was more iinpressod with tbo been Courier-Journ- al Lve Maysvllle., S 41a tu l 00 pm gallery to sou how much depends on material vnluo of advertising from thuoo two Arr Paris 8 10a ml 3 13pm IPetrr.lt Free riesu for only 83 two papers for little One year BED-HIDDE- N " Ixlngtou.. 0 10 a in, fi 10 p m FOH LIFE I nnd technique. There are colors that fade, Kov Jo'epb lluru, of Wadburst, throws more than the price ot one. than I should have boon by vol" CsvlnRton 11 30a m1 0 00 pm much light on this interesting problem. Ho fcucu are all vegetablo colors; tuero are umes of thoor.'e'. Hut thanks to a kind Prorldonoel was directed Nokk. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between says: "That the aucieut Greeks wero ac- colors that enter into chemical combination! r. By paying us 93 you will recelre for one year to Its usoand my Ufoand hrallh linre been spared Lexlngtou and Covington: other train l, the me. If my means would admit your home paper with tho A Nihilist Author. quainted with stono coal is evident from with other tint, producing misebfovouc uflt 1 would nev- art. dally except Sunday. newspaper of the South, democrat"Stopnlulr," tho Nihilist Trritor, h said to reprcsentatlre j tbe words of Tboophraatus, an author who alterations; there are colors that sink aui Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and Paris, ic and for a tarjil' for rorenue onlr, and the heat, er be without It In my house, Jlvod UUu yean Iwfore Christ (de Lapldibus, durkon, and there are colors thnt dis bo Michael Iiragomauolf, nntivo of Gad- - brightest and ablest family weekly In the United I haro reoommended Ittoanultiberofmyfrlcuds not via Winchester an 1 Paris. Integra to. Tlio painter learns which of these latch, in Llttln Hursln, and n grnduato of Htntes. Those who desire to examlno a sample Direct counirtlnns are mado at Winchester with N. 10;t The coal, commonly so called, which ran do so at this office. aud without exception they hauoll been wondtr-full- y Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland. is dug out of the earth for man's uo, U of will play him falso and avoid i them, if ho tha University of Klov. He Is 14 yoars olJ. ropy of tha Courier-Journrelieved and cured. I give tills endorsement Huntington, Charleston, W. Va.. and Hast ru les, an oartby (or stony) nature; it is kludlei is a man of pride nnd consclenco. Thew i. i. ukcii tiio i?ia la bo TVhIco Up Wondering. tl.il lhsl. i cfsnUulhss glvi l wlthoataollcltatlou, and freely, for tho benefit ol I.tne: Nos 8 and 4 run via Winchester. nod burui llko coal (charcoal). Of this should give tome handy llttlo manual that I reitttiic'. tho suffering ones of my sex, Polld Trains, with I'ullman tiiecplng Car betwoei in tba limit of n fow pages the t1' k( U.llVCIllt lltlkfM. It is oitimatod that 220,009 mon, women (stone) coal workers in Iron mako use.' would Cincinnati and Hlchmond, Va., and Wlnchcstei Very respectfully, Mrj, Ana IUmi Hull, ASSWfaoriOled o , i. Hoi 1) us has alio been quoted for tho use of remits of experlmonts on colors with light, nnd children wako up In New York overy w A.LRNIV JlflOS., and Washington, D. C. lX"j ctu.8trli3tur. Pant, T.i Throuth tickets find liac-ncrliortA.1 to any stono coal amongst the Greeks, nnd If tho heat nnd mixture with other material, tnornlng wondering wherj and bow thoy fl has won the Uvot ot Send fur our Treatise on Fejnalo Diseases, mall- - destination reached by railroad. showing what to choojo aud what to ovoid, will got their hronU fasts. HB UrJool ileitis rod-hIh. (miUic srnl now rink t ton os which, according to Pliny, cd free. Address C). f i 11, WHITTLESEY, w. vJMpisj Chcl:il o.r.Passenger i. aiunor., smonf tti. leading MU woro usod by tho Gauls for smelting coppor Agent, Trav. Pass. Agent, I ho TUB HHADFIL'LD ItliJuLATOIt CO., 5a ClnclUEotl,E3nj23 claoottliitliom. Charlmuii Xcuv aud Couritr eati-A. L. SMITH. Covington, Ky, Tvcro nothing moro than stone coal, tholr efLoxlncton Kv Fiwe cxauuuo me Utwi on whlvu yoir name Ijoxi), Atlanta. (la, C. W.SMITH. esthe Ion in ilmt city b TuesJy'ij VULtiu y ficacy woulJ perhaps Le rendered moro InI. W. Oin-':- ; UiuKitu. is p'lnted aod rtmlt us ) lie amount 10J owe If Oeneral Manager, For aafo by DU. M. L. B,OUP.NE, Stanford. llu.SlOU Ag SI 123,000. at telligible to modern men of science." you Ato In arreaia. h, bs-'llsys-tor- little.' "Tho crows were cawing in tba woods bo ilnd us whon wo loft, but they soon qulotod lown, nnd apparently lost all interest in tho opisodo that bad worked thorn up to the highest pitch of oxcltement a few minutes before. " 'I kin wako 'em up ngln in three seconds,' said tho boy. 'Ill let this foller yell a NOT A NEW THING. Tho Idea Introduced by a Frenchman la 1097 Kntorprl.o of Three English I'oitofllce Clerks In 1703 Facts of Interest. . . Chicago Inter Ocean. People of this day beliove that tbo greatest inventions have coma to light in this century. Tho telograph they are sure of, and they believe that all thore is in tho postal system has been perfected within the last fifty years. Most peoplo n that tho postal money-orde- r is comparatively a now thing, and thnt whilo tho United States brought the idea from England, she greatly improved upon it when she put the system in operato conclusions. This is jumping tion. Tho postal money order ldoa is as old almost as tbo scheme for uniform letter postoge. Money orders wero Introduced in tbo United States la the year ISol, and postal notes wore introduced only two years ago. But it is a matter of record that in the year IC'.J7 a Frenchman named Piorre d'Almeros introduced Into Franca a postal money transmission system not unlike that now In ue iu this country, and in the same year a system of cheap registration for letters. This gentleman spent nearly $100,000 In putting this schema in operation. The political disturbances that followed spoiled all his plans. It was not until 1917 thnt Franca adopted the money order service, and not till 1841 that she adopted postage stamps, and not until 1339 did she adopt the postal note system. It is a curious fact that in England tba money-orde- r branch of tba postofuc was for forty years the private enterprise of three postofllco clerks. The a three clerks began business in 17SW, their purposo being to facilitate tba safe conveyance of small sums to soldiers and sailors. Tba system was soon extends I to all classes of remit- I offer for isle my Farm of lit Atres, midway between TumertTllle and McKlnney. It Is In good condition, well liuprorfd, has brick house Apply to or ami all the necessary outbuildings. address ins at McKlnnnv. Ky. 80-2- A Dosirablo Farm Containing about 100 Aorcs of Qood Land, Nearly all In cultlrtllon, situated on the Stanford gssssssssssssssflgsBsHsWZsCsA II. A, 1IAMMLTOX. !lcI' VtVgsHgsssssUigsBssssssssssW1 j CRAB ORCHARD C0LLEGIATESGH00LI r. JS, " "lie on SlomUtVt Crab Orchard, Ky.( will and Sept. 7, 18N.1. Preparatory, AcademicteachHating opened up a lumber yard In the Jrear of Collegiate Departments, under experienced our store, wo are now ers. For circulars glrlng terms, address It. U. President Hoard of Trustees, Crab Orchard, Prepared to rumtsb. any kind of Lumber Ky.,orF.dgar P. Ilawes, Principal, LouIitIIIc, (45.1tn) In thorough. Posts of all kinds, Shlnjles cut, Ky. aawed and shared. Also Agenta for the OanTllle Planing Mills. LUMBER YARD. "St. Mary's r Mills" inue-Ora- si CORDIAL Huston-Tllle.K- s6-l- water-course- Adtm.s Saleof ---- For the BOWELS. (! i ) .. LUMBER! LOGS WANTED. 31-- Jt 5. Mary'sSaw I will pay the highest Uires price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the N., K. "" Stan-lor- -- L. R. or S. R. 0FJT0CKI post-effle- o d, si t: . St. Louis & tho West Atl. newly-capture- 1 MTraino ," lfl lfr" lumber-pr- oducing grain-growin- g ROUTE, lauuuio tree-frui- MYERS HOTEL, and Still Reputation, O. & M. four-legge- ts STANFORD. KY. Propr Fast and Sure neotions f CHESME1 Ferric! h WASHINGTON, r, e Pullman Gars. W SlTTl7 Dr. E. J. Niclcorson, YORK, one-thir- d and BOSTON. L I. H d forty-secon- full-grow- rJoOTil-Doox- pro-pare- d first-cta- sa - . vi h, bull-stron- pig-tlght- ," An Open Letter! -- t- bnlf-colum- ALL SADIES INTERESTED y; nr u Grand Combination rJorjTH-Bot"- Weekly ndvor-tlsonnn- ts Win-cluste- Courier-Journa- " al ue S.'-lb- . .A