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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885090401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. h VOL. XIV. ?emi-McchIu tts $ntcrior$oumaI ae woifsftrif Tiieif(iv Itoelsll ntefiaf Imtfn STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1885. NO. 53. TO BUILDERS! M-l- tn i nnil Frffrtt hate cbiHtd. we to n pall strictly Id advance, wall anr lima. 93.00 will 11 be W. P. WALTON. THE YULAROS. OF THE RUBBER MEN OF COSTA RICA. A Trip to lh Woods Golnc Into (lathering tho Sup or tho Itttb- bar Tree Collecting the Cuni;ulntel Juice, Cmi I 1 (Ban Jose Oor Courler-Jourm- t Llmon, n now town, from wbleh n railroad U built to tho Interior, ti the only tort In CoiUi Hica on tho Atlautlo side, l'aris-mlna email village on tba coast halt war letwoen Llmon nnd Groytown, has, wltli tho rubber gatheron In It neighborhood, several hundred inhabitant, all nsjafjod In oma wny In India rubber. From this a Urge i)Uantlty of rubber I gathered every year. Tho greater part of It I (hipped to Ureytown. which aloue formerly from 00.000 to 100,030 pound por month. Theto YuUros, or, rubbor mon, are generally flttod out by the trader: on the coast, with a eun odJ ammunition, a boat, tome fat meat, salt and flour, aufllciant for from oue to ilx month, all of which li charged to them, aud In return for which the Yulnro stipulator toaell all tho rubber collocted during tho trip to the triUer at or tome fixed price. Tliey aro all negrot-to white men being engaged in the bulnn. though It Is protllable where new tree aro encountered. Thoy are gen orally tho men of tho wont clau, oven al a, Jl-trle Unlf-brve- their race. After oach trip to tho woods, occupying few wroka or mouth, at tho case may bj, they rotum to the trading vlllngei from they receive their outtlU, not which to leave again until thoy havo spent have msde. bo It alt that thoy much or little, oiiJ exhausted all the credit thoy can Kt by prjmlwi upon their next venture in the wool. Tboy can at once bo knonu by tho thick coating of rubber with which their clothing, from head to foot, ii covered. Thl accumulate graJuilly and without Intention by couitanl contact with the rubber tree, and In tlmo render oveo' They artlclo they vtoar nearly water-proo- f. lire livoi of extreme exposure, but little to the anlmnU of tho forost by which they aro turn united, waudering as they do all day through the wood In que.t of rubber trees, aud sleeping at night at their roots, with a ihelUr of palm or at Hicks over loosly on laid loaves Their food d mainly their bonds. hog wild anl such othtr nnlmnls as thoy may tx able to kllL Tho monkoy, especially tho large, reJ specie, l highly esteemed by them as au artlclo of diet, as Indeed It It in many part of Spanish America, by botu foreigner nnd natives, of tastos hanler to nullify than thoe of tho Yularo. Tbey arognerallyerprt hunters and though armed with gum a North American would l afraid to shoot, aro oftou mure succeful than accomplished sportsmou ltb the tlneit breechloaders. As mm n a they arrlvo ou the ground selected for their orlc, and n rough camp of pules aud palm or wild plantain leaves is made, they set out In search of rubbor trees, and as these are fouud, thoy climb them to the top of the trunk by mount of a hurt ropo, which encircles both tho man nnd tho trpo. From hero they commonca cutting a iplral channel through tho bark and around the tree at thoy doicond to tho ground. Thli It donn with n machoto, a to nhurp knlfd or sword from twenty-fou- r thirty inchot In longtb, aud which It in universal us? anl constantly worn by nearly ovory one in Spanish America of any out-der occupation. Through the cut thus made tho ap of tho tree, if fully grown nnd never cut bofiT, Hows abuudnutly down Its sides into tbo cam, or n.motimn only a pit dug at tho root to receive It. Tho sap can not bo better described as to itt color, and general npponrnnco than likening it to milk, or, pvrluips, mora nearly still, The blndo of a euknllo run now cream. irt J tho bark will crxmo for some timo n c.p.'ous How of this milk, nt tho rubbsr mon rill it. This It coagulated with tho Juice of xlld vino aomotlilug llko that of the gmpo ti hlch grout in all pnrt of those forotU, I'll alter a few hours tho milk becomot lolld enkot of rubber fit for exKrt. Tho parU which ndhora to tho treo, of vhlch there It always a largo piantity, nro yftornnnl torn oil and wrapped liibtiudlesof Thlt it long iitringy matMit callod borut-ha- . not as vnluablo as tho solid cako, though much of it It also expurtvd, bolng tho product moro esjioclally of treoi which have boon cut before, mid which havo only n small qunntity of sap. The process of rub-L- t collecting Is dllferont in Uracil and soino other coimtrioi, but thlt l about at simple n ono as can bo doviiod, un 1 It in unlveral uo In thlt latitude. A guod tieo from its lint cutting w ill pirlnipt yiull tlfty pounds of rubber, though at pro.ent tht Yulrofuii-Ioin discovering n now fortunate district of uncut treoi, finds but few largely profltnbl?, perhaps so at havo thtio worked ovor hulf of loeii cut tofort), and tomo two or even tbrco tlms, and many nro cut when too young for tbo best yield for fonr tint soni3 other hunter may crovt tboiu nnd drain them of or ttt Letter from Alabama. Journal, Montoomeiiy, Ala., Sept. 1, 1S85 A few word from a former correspondent may not be without rome intercut. I left Crab Orchard, Ky., Aug. Sith, in company with a friend and former teacher to make a short, but aotnewhat extended trip into South land, Mrs. T. in quest of Southern girl for Servant College and I solely bent on a pleasure (rip. One week and a day have passed and I have seen o much and enjoyed so extensively that I shall be "loo mil lor utterance" if I don't send you a budget of thoughts. Of course you have tbe privilege of inserting the same in the columns of your paper or comlitnimt In the wante basket. A week or two before leaving Kentucky I had been almost on the hick list, hut I never have enjoyed better health than I bare since leaving home. The Grit day from Crab Orchard was spent in Louisville; and right here I would say if any of my friends from tbe country deire a pleasant, n home like home while visiting tbe this fal Mop with Mrs. K. W.Tarrant, 60S, Fourth Avenut. Oar route lay over tho Cincinnati Southern and in one of the Mann Boudoir cars, was much enjoyed; the scenery is grand, the cars not "shaky" and the journey pleasant beyond description. Tuesday evening found us in ilirmingham, the Magic City. Ye, Birmingham is a city of wonder ful growth. Tbe act incorporating this city was approved Doc. 10th, 1S71, making the city not quite li years olJ, and has 20,000 inhabitant, all alive and stirring; Mrs. T. has busy, busy Birmingham. many friends and relatives here and thty certainly can vie with Kentucky in showing hospitality to strangers. Among other acqutintancet formed I must mention Mr. Wintem, a reporter for the Aye. He ws courteous, Intelligent and "so nice." I told him of our Interior Joi'li.VAl. and he said, "We iiiiM try and eicuanue with that piper." On Saturday we went to lisle Sjr.ogs. the old hotueateitl of Mrs. T, located un the (op of a high mounttin, where the rocks, huge boulders, seem tn have btcn thrown promiscuously about and the woods, the grand old wood, covtr the summit and sides of the mountain. Here' we spfiit the Sabbath, surrouuJed by the grores, God's first temples, hut our sermons wert" (rom the stones Now, in Montgomery, the capital, I send you the morning raper, and you can see from one article that this city is on a boom also, and it iirrds no prophet's vision to new South all fotete'l prosperity and through the Siuthern Slates in the near future We go from Monitrouir n to Prattville, toSelma, then to Meridian, Scorba and Columbus, Mls, expecting to return to Kentucky about (he 17th of September. J. B More a on ''() it of eTery ore hundred and nine school (etchers." says an exchange, "seven marry every year." How many timet do the remaining 102 marry? Give qi all the facts. To tbe Editor of the Interior Expo-positio- WDIANS AND MEXICAN MANNERS. Not up to Eastern Courtesies, our Correspond- HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. ent thinks. I Wagon Mound, New Mexico, Sept. 1885. Having witnessed an odd burying of a little Indian girl at Islcta, I thought your readers might be interested in a description of it, The place selected was in the hard, sandy grayel yard In front of the Catholic church, that was destitute of even one sprig of grass. Tbe grave was about four feet deep. One stalwart Indian csr-rithe little one in his arms and four others walked in a row behind him, followed by a little girl carrying a large bucket of water. The corpse was dretsed in beau tilul cream colored flannel, richly em broidered and decorated with beads. Tbey placed tba dead child on the dirt at the bottom of tbe grave, without any boards or boxing and threw about a foot of earth on it and then sprinkled it over with water, then more earth and water. Then an Indian took a large square rock that they had cut notches in for & handle and commenced to beat down the earth. Then more earth, water and pounding until tbe grave was as level and as hard as the ground around it, so no one could possibly tell one was buried there. Tbey never leave the slightest mtrk to indicate their last resting place. One of the singularities of the Mexican race is plainly evinced in their mode of courtship, or rather) "x might be said, the lack of the outward display of the lender emotions. Here the young men and young women never go alone together never enjoy a stroll 'neath the moon of a summer night, nor coo over the seductive plate of ice cream or even enjoy together the buggy ride. When they go out for a walk or to the dance, the young lady is accompanied by some member of the family or some married lady. Gallant speeches and court expressions are nearly superfluous. The closest surveillance is placed on all marriagable girls, but they retch that happy stage at the early age of fifteen. They sometimes manage to slip a letter from one to tbe other, but not often. Vows of constancy can only be exchanged wbilo in tbe merry wal'z, and it is a rare thing to see a Mexican woman of high 0 low degree that does not dance well. Fes sibly on account of the opportunity afford ed them of having the sweet spark kindled around their young hearts, that they take to dancing as naturally as breathing. Oh mercy, how sad to think of what they misa by this custom. No loving embrace, no gentle pressure of the band, mute, yet eloquent of love, as experienced by you and I, Billie, some hundred years ago in old Virginia no long, lingering, rapturous kiss no expressive eigh no sweet, sheepMy, ish looks 10 imploringly capliyating. oh, my, as old as I am, I would not be a young Mexican and miss all this for anything in the world. No, Tom Moore was not from New Mexico or he would neyer have written; 'Tit sweet to think, where ere we roam ed s To the Editor of The Interior Journal, The ladles of the cookinir club ate to give a lawn pry at Will F Carpenter's this (Thursday) niht. There was an alarm of fire at Thos Foster's a few days since, crowing out of the eontUgratioo of a servants' house in the yard which w consumed. M. T. Russell, who wa closed for repairs by a vicious Jersey bull, is improving Martin says he has foueht his way all over the United Siatts and was never whipped before. David Young, one of the oldest citizens of Casey couuty, died last Thursday at bis home some 5 miles west of this place. Miss Battle Jenkins, who was long a sufferer, died Thursday af ernoon. Misa Marian Wolford, of Lancaster, is visiting Miss Lizzie Page. Eldie C. Walton was flitting like a beautiful meteor around our village Monday. Mrs. Kemper (late Mibj Battle West) accompanied by her husband made a abort visit here last week. Tom Bohon engaged a party to go out and eat watermelons on Sonday, but repented and passed through town in the morning on his way to camp meeting. Uriah Dunn left Monday with a car load of horses for South Carolina. Land & Allen sold to Kout and Kemper 25 ship-pin- g cattle, averaging 1,380 pounds, at $73 25 par head. T. S. Carpenter to same parties 24 head, averaging 1,555 pouuds at $5 20 per cwt. Ls.nd & Allen shipped to Cincinnati 21 head butchers' stuff which brought from $1 35 to $4 per cwt. J. P Riffe sold to Land & Alien C head of 1,450 pound cattle at 4 j cents. The Hon. Milton J. Durham, of Kentucky, First Comptroller of the Treasury, has fully mastered the law which defices the duties of that important office. To his correct understanding of the proper functions of the First Controller is due not or. ly the fact that Dr. Loring is held to Btrict account for his unlawful expenditures of the funds of the Agriculture Department, but also the recent exposure of the scandalous practices of the Court of Commission-er- e of the Alabama Claims. Mr. Durham's services under Secretary Manning in the cause of true democratic reform are all the more noticeable because his predecessor, Judge Lawreoce, was rather famous for his zeal and ingenuity in devising opinions to cover doubtful or illegal expenditures of the people's money, and in inventing republican officers who needed pretection in their loose practices. Mr. Milton J. Durham is a reformer of the right sort, and a credit to Kentucky. N. Y. Sun. STANFORD, KY. All parllet wanting brlik or stone work of any kind done will nnd it to tbtlr adtantage to com-- 1 Office South tide Main Street, two doors abets the Myera Hotel: V. II'. muulcate with Fare Nitrous Oxide Gas alulnliterel when re- Halls Gap, Ky. qnlred. IEB F. aURGEON HUFFMAN, DENTIHT. IlOnxr, English & Classical School Christian College Building, DU. W. B. PENKY, BTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office on LancMter street, text door to office. Office hours from 3 toll a. M.and 1 too p.m. Anesthetics administered whan Dontlat. lIUfSTOiWILIiE, fi - - - KY. necessary. 1154-lyr- .) Th Third Anuu.il Sesiton will open WedoesJsy SKI''T. tO, t&H.t Courts of Instruction thorough. Uetflopmentof tbe mini tbe end to Terms reasonable. For circulars be attained apply to JOHN bURGIN. MISS II, BUItOIN, 83 tf. Principals AU clases of Building Material lor sale at my premises on tbe Hujtonvllloplke. Mm '. It KM J), Stsnlord. rjUMjBjQjH. ! Small Farm For Sale 4 SIILLERSBURG ! FEMALE COLLEGE This popular schoil tor young ladles will be opened, under entirely new auspices, re- Situated 2K miles from Stanford on the Danville pike, contafalng 43V Acres In a blh sute of cultivation, new dwelling with 4 rooms and Utchen, g kwu vj'iiugi, tic. Auu ees 1 m If. Jj. A WSOX, Stanford. ucvci-idiuu62-- SEPTEMBER 9th, WITH it 1885, ICES! ICE! ICE! it. e. BAititorr. Hov. C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as President, AND I will deliver Ice to regular customers In Stanford and vicinity every morulng at Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady Principal, ONE CENT PER POUND Accounts due at tbe dote oi each month, or when customer quits. i9-- tf Aided by one of the most Competeot aod Experienced larulties In the State. Parents may rest assured of the most thorough training ot their daughters In all that pertains to mind, manners and moralt. It committed to our care. For catalogues containing Information as to term i, Ac, addreu ItEV. C. POPE. Mlllersburg. Ky. Or MR3. 8. C. TRUEHEART, BUnford, Ky. A.T Blasonlieimer's'Bestaurant Opposite ConaT-Hous- x DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Meals are served at all hours. Game always on hand and In Its season, oysters fresh fish, and similar delicacies served In all styles and on short notice. Look out for the sign ''Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. JF. JIASOSnEIllER it CO;, Danville, Ky. Stanford Female College, ir. ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pres. PIANOS, ORGANS, The cext session of this n MUSIC, Ac begin on Instutlon will counties, Kentucky. Jlotttlitu I'aumcnt received until paid for. The. best Htttiitlarri Co., Hazelton makers: Wm. Knabe ANew England Bros., Decker & Son, Everett and A Corps of Efficient Instructors, either upright or square. In Organs, the PI anos, follown makers: Clough A Warren, John Will endeator to give careful training and thor- ing Church A Co. and tbe Sterling, with tha patent ough Instruction to the pupils committed to his Chime, JlellH Attachment. charge. Terms reasonale. Send for circular. The Celcst eon, an Automatic Musical Instrument, tne most perfect In the world. Illustrated catalogues sent tree to all who apply, TESTIMONIALS: also the best references from thosa who bate From J. J. White, Professor of Greek bought and tried any of the above musical Instruments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. ) WiSinsoioN A Lee Umveeitt. COOK. S. It. & I.. Lrxisoton.Va., July IS. 1832. j Mr. Alex. S. I'axton graduated at this Institution In 1SC1. Has been engaged In teaching since tbe war, and being capable and conscientious, has been very successful In bis profession, FromJamea A. Walker, recently Lieut. Governor . of Virginia, Nktcbekx, Va., June 20, 1S72. It affords me pleasure to bear testimony to tbe qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n as a teacher. His discipline is kind, but firm & anu goou. From the Rev. J. Rice Bowinap, D. D. -- THE OREAT- Uarrisondcro, Va.. July 4, 18S2. 's I take pleasure tn testifying to Mr. Alex.S. high literary attainments, his zeal In his profession, his facility In Imparting Instruction and his conscientious regard lor tbe moral as well A woman can dress more effectively as tbe Intellectual development ot tbe youth comwith blonde hair than one with dark. It mitted to bis care. TO THE lights up better and is more youthful. A From S. P. Hall, Sec. Board of Trustees Bolltar Academy. well-keblonde has (en years' advantage Madisonville, Ten.v., April 1, 1879. Prof. Alex. 3. Paxtoa taitht In Bolivar Male A in point of youthful looks with the aver-ag- e Female Acadeuir. His general deportment was brunette. Mind you, once in a life- that of a refined. Christian gentleman. In tbe WITU proved himself a ripe scholar, a time or so there arises a miraculous bru- school room beefficient instructor and a gond dis thorough and (47) nette who completely surpasses her, but for ciplinarian. Bteady-goinordinary good looks that The President assisted by 37-l- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1885. We are agents for the old and reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, for the aale of Pianos, Organs, Automatic Musicai Instruments and Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and Garrard J. -- L. & N. Louisville Nashville R. R Pax-ton- THROUGH TRUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers, THE ODDITIES reunite. OF VALPARAISO. n y n tliolr milk. Could tho collodion of rublor b systom-at'zo- il and only such trees as arrlvo at maturity be cut, and thou t an extent not to cnuo death, tho production of rubber would Ix very much larger. Thl. tho.igh, howover ilesirablp, sooun Impossible, as tho trees grow in public forest over which any pdlco surveillance Itdllllcult and It not oven nttemptol, while the rubbor huulort mo nil rreponslblo and improvident men who try to get nil thoy can during encli hunt. The government has recently olTerod grants of land to tho o who would plant troas on them, hut fow ao far havo tnkan advaut.130 of this ' offer. Thousands Say So GIrard, Kan.,wrltts "I nti-e- r Mr T littltalo to reeomuend your Electric Hitters lo and nivcut'uuifrs. Thoy rIto entire salltlactlou nro the purett are mi id sellers." F.lfeirle Hitters IU I'OiltiTely euro and l.wt mnllcliic known aud pm Liter eoinfllnt. Turlly tho blood tO nn.l r,. ..Ilia thf .0l-- . Kn fWlllX Can afford Th-will mvh m.mircus 01 La wltrmH tueui. fifty bills TVdollrs In doctor1renny fArery y sr Bold at X 5KAIUK bottle by J?ntia W, AtUliu, .rn.l Slathers, Mrrrt-ra- r Conductor or ".MiuUltoiV Milk Stntlnnt. IChllt Cor. Inter Ocean.) That which flrnt strlkoi tho trangr at thi oddost thing in Chill it tho femala strvot-ca- r During tho war whon conductors. men were sent off to mot of tho tight lVru, tho employment of women In this capacity was found successful, and they linn, slnco boon kopu They nw mually dresso I In a natty girls from 2J to bluo llnnnol, with jaunty panamo hot tnd whlto plnnforoi, with lots of pocket', it which thoy keop their tickets nndg chnngt. Each 0110 has a leather shopping-basttpcndod by a strap from her shoulder, in hlch sbo carries hor surplus money and n Biipriy of ticko't. Thoy nru usually neat in their appearance, and some nro qulto prottyi Therefore htreot-cn- r riding it n Kpula amusement with tbo y uug iiieu about ttwn. The mashort who mako s. bu'Inet of llirting V ith tho conductor nroplloJ loeil rnjlanco, bacauo thoy aunriu li thickly nrotind tho art nil 1 nro n) great. nuUnuco to tho girl as well as their oitployor. Not long ago n comlo piper, Tl Puck of Cblll, pr.'ntoil a cat toon, m which somo of the fncot of 11m ii udos of Volraralso npeared on tho llxlies of mvqultoo hwnnnlnp; around tH jarof 'Conluctor 07," who had tho reputation of be 1? tho prottlott clrl on tbo lln. That put tk top to tho practice for a whllo.iand caufofsppie of tho fashion Abloyuii;;m3ii to ntlro to tho country, but It It boin; Nsumet1 again, and tho platform of the cars arr usually lillarl with follows trying bigot rword or n r.hiuco from the syrens In nlntforer. Tho (tnl, Icmtohi, nro of ton subjactod to lusulti nnd.lmpovt neiices, but thero Is a IKiliwniau nt' L very corner, who promptly respond to tho nppsi U and nrroit obstro-erou- s uastongery, Th y are Bald to b.i very competent aud ibonetho girls, I moan, not tho pollcanioii nd nio jvild fij por month. Tho strwt ci t nro tloubls-deckowith sents upon the tof at' well at Intldo, ami the driver alts 01 nn olovnted jiorch tm tho roof of tho car, Tl ro Is only ono door, In tbo rear, mil tbo cor uctor or conductorots Is Riven a stool to alt pon. Another oddity I , tho milk stntlons. Rvery fow blocks Ipr allwitjtho principal buliioss streets itta. atfornjpon which n by n dairy- cow is tied, and nitUV j a niaia ivuuuorur ui isiomer omiN tnblo near by nro i ally found tbo moos-uroand often n bottlo of cans nnl brandy, ivhoro ft ti sty man ran mix a rIuss of Inmcli if bS llto. In tho morning tlioso standi nro si ouudo I by torvnnU from tbo nrlstocrat hotttos, women mid d bucket', nwnltlng children with oup thsir turn, wbllo as i,t at ono cow Is tbo is dim tscd and another is driven upon tho pin n'lii.. This plan has in Its ndvnntagos, am tbo Chill Is not much use by milkman. able-bodie- d !, "mm-quftoVl- full-png- o best-know- n - r, 1 rder to-o- gli' pump-liandl- o make no pretension of great beauty the SALE blonde carries the palm. You can't exLouisville As Executors of James Crow.dec'd, we will, at (o Niislivlllo, punge her in favor of the brunette, even in his late residence, four miles ttorthwest of Stan Memphis' ford, on the Stanford A buelby City pike, sell for he would never have gotten the slightest iilera'ure. la the novels turned out in at public auction the last year there have been 372 blondes this territory. Atlanta, chance in On Tuesday, Soptombor 22, 1885, Montgomery, Well, you naturally desire to know how to each 100 brunettes.-"Chic- ago Herald. Little Rock, following property, The they manage to msrry if they can't court. A Wisconsin woman accuses her husband New Orleans. Mobile ami Mule. 1 yearling Four broke Mules. 1 They simply get a warm friend of both of trying to persuade her to commit suicide Mule. 1 large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer, 1 smilies to ssk the hoped for father and in a manner that would yeaning jiener,; fi (.aires, a very nne tnorougu enable him (0 colbred Cows. 1 tborouzhbred Bull Calf, t azed Jen mother in law, for Nancy Jano Maria, and lect for their children tbe net, 1 Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September, Only one change to points 1 n amount of an inovc IS bands high and oue of tbe best In the very frequently without the young man surance policy on her life. Ho argued the age; about 12 bead of bogs, 100 gal- State for his having spoken one word to the young lady propriety of the project ions oi very nneisiacxuerrr wine, aoout years since she was feeoid.zu barrels or oia corn, ouuusneis oi old wheat he wants to marry. The old folks promise ble and likely to requier much doctoring 130 barrels of new corn In the field. 3 stacks o: bay, several thousand bundles of oats, a lot of an answer at a designated time, call in the during the rest of her natural life, thus usliacon and lard, together witballottbe farming young girl, discucs the young man'e habits ing up money neellesely, whereas by impiemenis, consisting oi piows, narrows, dying wheat drill, 1 mower, 3 farm wagons, among to care for their daughter and at once nnd ability wagon, nearly new, 1 spring she could leave the tamily in good tbem l wagon, 1 hay rake, 1 burgy and harness, wagon Seeking homes on tbe line of this roal will receive decide tbe momentous question. The pris- circumstances. special rates. and plow gear, acd various other articles too on like life of the young woman often numerous to mention. OTSeo Agents of this Company lor rates, routes ' Cincinnati, O. March 20, 1S7S.- -1 take Terms retsonable and trade known on day of tale Ac, or write cauws her to give a too willing absent, for O.J, .O V. Ii.. VMM', uiTiS.i C. P. ATMOr.E, (I. P. AT. A., a Sisuford, Ky. II' 'Id after they are married they feel fred to do pleasure in indorsing your celebrated I.9ulsvllle, Ky. Tooth Wash," as my wife and I havo as they please. Even after they are they do not go alone and can you given it a full trial, and find it a very deSALE Y THE imsgice s nything more miserable than to lightful article for tho toilet, end in every i;reet au expectant bride from opposite cor- way worthy of the praise bestowed upon it. ners of a room and half a dozen members Respectfully, Henry D. Allen. Prepared of a fwmily sitting around? Jerusalem, only by the Famoaa Chemical Co , Louisdon't come out here bjys to court a beau-fif- ville. For sale by M. L. Bourne, Stanford. As Administrator of J. H. Brute, dee'd., I will oiler for sale at his late residence In Gardark-eyeSignorits, for there it not r A rard county Smiles from Lancasold daughter of 8. H. ter, on I)Iz River on moro than ten bushels of fun in it for an Houacwortb, living near New Castle, while Eastern lad. playiugwitha tider-milgot her light THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1SS5, As soon as the bride is promised the hand fastened in the' coge. The wheel All tf the grrom goes to work and gets a house, if ho cjuM not be turned either way, and the litIX3ItSONA.3Li hss none, and Bupplies her with every tle girl had to endure the excruciating pain On the I'arm on which be resided at tbe time s'u.ule article of her wardrobe, meagre or for forty five minutes, until the ! mill could of bis death, consisting in part as follows; costly, according to his means. A funny ue xuKen apart, one is cesun; as easily a 51 cattle. BTANl'OBD, KY. put to me wa, the getting, by an acquain- could be expected. 81 head of extra Yearling Bteen. who is to marry next month, tance of mine, 14 Cows and Heifers, mostly tliorougbbred. Artificial marble is now being cutenslve WALTON. certain articles, that from tho peculiar 3 thoroughbred Bui, Calves. 1 Heifer Calf, thorough brel. mode nf courtship in this section, could ly made of paper. It has about tho weight Is published every Tuesday and Friday at tbe 1 Bull, very flcesnlmal. not possibly be called into requisition for of popular wood, is far more tough and low price of 9 splendid WorkMulei. three quarters of a yeir. Queer customs -- durable than elate, and can not be den'ed 20 pure bred Short-wo- d Sheep, Bucks and Ewes. TWO DOLL AUS PER YEAR. Truly or otherwise injured by any ordinary use, 1 thoroughbred Colt, by Harry queer peopl- e- queer country. O'Fallon. while nothing le'a than extreme violence 1 extra nice Viarllng Olt, by Barney A. G. Stalnakek. Wilkes. Your', 1 thoroughbred Msre. can cause breaking or bending of a slab. A cut or a sore on a cow's teat is always 1 family Horse Or All. CLASSE- Sd.flicult to heal, on hecount of being Choleha Cuke. One teafjioonful of 10 Hogs. Noatly and Chouply Esocutod. kept Irritated by the milking process. red pepper and n tableapoonful of salt to a 320 bushels Seed Wbtwt. 1 Barley 75 bushels of Care nhctild be taken to soften the scab be half pint of boiling water; tliia to be given Lot of old Corn. foro cjmmeucing to milk. This will pre- a4 hot aa possible to every patient when 4'i Acres ol growing Coru. 10 stacks of Hay. vent the Bare from cracking open more, and first taken. It ia naM that this ritnple rem2 stalks of Outs: if it is slightly oiled after milking, it will edy acta bh a cbarra. Household and Kitchen Furniture. generally heal very soon. There should be Farming Wagon In The receipts of cotton at Memphis for ety ami of and verv tust Implements onogreat variIncluding now the a lidle turpentine mixed with the oil in F.luder, '1 good Wagons, 1 Ctrl, Harrows, the year ending the 31st were 430,127 balce,' the lly reason. Plows, DouMo Shovels, Drills, Mowers, Sulky Wagon Beds, P.ickaway, 2 BugRock Tools, The pasnenger buslnees on the Ctrcin-jut- t gies and Harness, Wagon and Plow (Jear, Ac, Ac. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. hurts and many sorts of afls of For all sums of t!0 and under, cash; TekXS Southern railroad has of late been THE BE3T SALVi: In tbo world for Cuts, over man and beast need a cooling that amount, lour months' credit. Bonds growing ho rapidly that the management lirtilsrs, Sores, Ulcsrs, Silt Rheum, Fever Sores, with approtid security required, touring Interest lotion. Mtistang Liniment. at the rate of 3 percent, per annum, payable to hai been compelled to put on two more Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all tbe Administrator. Sklu Eruptions, and positively euros Sale to begin at V a. m. dully trains, which makes eight passenger pay required. It Is guaranteed to givo Piles, or no psrfect sat ror further particulars, call on or address J, F. instead of lsfactlon, or money refunded. rlco 25 cents per KoMuiou, on tho premises, postothce Lancaster, imicH now operated on this line, Ky. .7. .. ltltVVK, Allow,, box. 1'or ealeby Penny A McAIItter. s's as heretofore, ) Danville, Ky. T. D. English, Auc. We're sure to nnd some ono blissful and dor And If we're far from tha lips wo lore We've hut tomaieloteto the lips we're near, 0FJT0CK! t, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS two-uor- "Fa-mot- PUBLIC SEMI-WEEKIi- Stock, Crop, tc. nl five-yea- l, PROPEUTy Interior Journal W. P. ld Pro'r. thret-year-o- ld con-s'anl- All Sorts of n '.s'a c nWtmrwr r ryuinw , ,. JN wfimmm'Amimmmtt 71 mmu' jKtajjmimiui wimmnju' n W burn, Johnston and others against tho re movalofMurphv. Isjhe fact that Judge . ContinentalTour Oloiea MoitDo-lightfullyDurham, Cintroller of Treasury, went The September 4, 1886 quietly to work and secured the appointStanford, Ky.. ment for Capt. Grubbs, without consulting those worthy gentlemen They want to "Praise tho Lord. God is Love and NoW. P. WALTON. thing Else." make the Judge know better than to interpv business. a ed fere with their "PnoerKCT Point," Lahdoob, N. India, 1 10TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Col. Jack Chinn haa immortalUid him. JUIT 10.U, loo J on oi Mlf. TneecHj night as the hunger There has been another cold soap in returning iNTEnion: I close my continenDear the Danville Bue Bill Club waa tal tour with this: ofi the Northwest with heavy frosts. from Nicholasvilie, a mart Aleck Bred Fire destroyed the depot and a large Xaplks. Fb. 28. '85.- -0 lr last day in hia pistol in the car. This enrased the tobacco warehouse at Qlencoe, Ky., involv the beautiful city waa simply the continua-tio- n tallani Col. and he promptly leited the of the unbroken pleasure of the pre- ine a loss of $25,000. pietol and threw it out of the winThe L. & N's. gross earnings for July vious three. Luigi, our driver, was present -. Three nlher TOUOK fellow Came to the p 81.057.332: exnenses. $695,887: net promptly with his "gallant grays," and rescue of their companion and in a jiflf earnings, $301,445. open barouche. Quite a stylish turnout. of the Col. had secured a ptatol from each At Belleville, Ont., Martin Archibald Lulgl says his horses are 14 and 20 years first them and sent them along with the attempted to ravish Mrs. Mary Adams, who old, reapectlyely, but they are frisky as heout of the window. This was pretty killed him with aa ax. colts. He can make them wild as " Tartars roic ttetment, but no severer than the Th President has made but 4S7 of the Ukrntne breed" by a stirple "ah!" cues deferTe and we shall think more than changes in the 2,832 poatoffices that come pronounced hastily, and then turn thera ' L- & . ever of the great turfman. The directly under his appointment to "sucking doves" Instantly with a pecuride oa its rond ought to encage him to It is said that President Arthur saved liar "tut, tut!" No bits in the mouth; od Jellico and get between Llvioceton $75,000 out of hia etlary, which amounted rims of steel across the noe, to which the him to silence the rowdiw, who dally make in three years and n half to $175,000. The driver aol hia reins are attached. it a practice to try their markmanshlp in In Of the 43,421 fourth-classteeds are one. I know none eo absolutely its car. the United Slates about C.400 new appoint skillful In tho management of horses as the ments have been made since March 4. Ijuiaville ItW Washington The Italian of Rome and Naples. I am not un The public debt statement bIiowa the familiar with good diivlng. Else I would Judge Charles E. Kincaid, has enlisted in the cauee to turn the ras- decrease of the public debt during the not be a Kentuckian. But I waa dumb with admiration of thwe black bearded cals out and intends to oust that foul month of August to be $2 870.052 17. At Morganfield, Wm. Beaeom was charioteers. of his superiors, Murphy, Surely tho uift has come mouth slanderer from the Custom House Superintendency sentenced to the penitentiary for two years down to them by the subtle hereditary How de- for a murder committed nine yearj ago. of race, from the daring drivers in the old if it takes all Summer. The Judge After an unsuccessful attempt to kill Roman amphitheatres. the thanks of this enserves and receives We went first to the Klng'a palace of tire section for his efforts, which we believe Susie Westcott, his sweatheart, George once the pride of tyrant kingwill in the end be rewarded with success. Curry, Red Bank, N. J,, blew out his own lets, aa a royal residence, now deyoted by The clique that is giving Murphy such brains. John Morgan, 29, son of Senator Mor the noble monarch, who owns it, to art and warm support is doomed so far as this porof the State can aid in that end. We gan, of Alabama, and Mrs. Delia Stella by the public. His father Victor Emanuel tion don't believe in the democracy of the set were drowned in the Potomac by the over. (may his memory endure) would never dwell In it: but when he visited Naples, oc who would retain Murphy and give the turning of their canoe. On the uew postal cards the head of cupied an humble residence on the beauti. to a capable, honest and decold shoulder serving democrat, as Capt. W. E. Grubbs, Jefferson is substituted for that of Liberty, ful grounds. The place was too closely and bear this legend, "Nothing but the ad- identified with oppression, to suit his noble is known to be. dress to be on this side." soul. Knott also took n It eeems that Gov.matter and asked that The stockholders of the Louisville & But it is a palace worthy of a Oiar a hand in the Murphy Nashville will hold their annual meeting ownership grand and. Bupsrhly situated, he be retained. When Gov. Knott's term Wednesday Oct. 7, at the general office of overlooking the city, at iU foot, and com expires he will be relegated to the shades the company in Louisville. manding the sea view that travelers have of private life and allowed to remain there At Oshkosh, Wis., eleven persons at- raved about for centuries. Richmond Herald. Yes every last tempted to cross the channel in a boat. It may be lick of taste. Bs it so. But who aided, abetted or assisted in They were capsized by the waves from a my preference ia for modern pictures, as the damnable outrage on the democratic tug and six were drowned. against ancient. And that is why I en lesparty and on decency must be taught a Gen. Fitzhugh Lee opened the cam- joyed Capodimonte. For once we got never forget. The people paign for the democrats, Monday night at son they will away from Raphael and Michael Angeio, will see that tho30 who are so anxious to Accomac, Vs., in an able speech. He will Titian and Claude Lovalne, Kemhranut keep Murphy from going shall be made speak twice a day till the election. and Reubeus, and fairly basked In some themselves to go. General B. F. Butler will attempt to thing that we could see distinctly and Senator Culujm, of Illinois, advertises secure a process from the U. S. Supreme understand easily. We got the dusty cob , of his existence, by giving out that Court to eryoin the President from evict- webs of the hoiry centuries out of throat and eyea and breathed the crone of the he and bis brother members of the Senate ing cattlemen form Indian Territory. as Mr. John Gathright took possesion of nreent. Boft, fresh colors relieved the will make war on President Cleveland office of Surveyor of the Port of Louisville eye, long strained to make out the medie body convenes and silt his Boon as that partisan dodge" for the removal of Tuesday, succeeding that excellent officer val dlmneas. what, after all, cculd only be 1b and popular gentleman, Col. John K. Falk-ne- r. feebly guessed at, unless one put his conrepublicans to the bottom. The Senator estimation, but we in Baedeker's pocket edition, and a great man in his own Train robbers went through the paa- - science "' "Charley do hia seeing and thinking he made his announcewill wager that until & Alton train, near let coun- eengers on a Chicago him- - Something pertaining to "the life ment, not a thousand pereons in the Kansas Citv, Wednesday night and secured for that now is," replaced the venerable "had try, could have told his name or location. a considerable amount of booty before they beens," thick with ivy, mould and mildew. liking were frightened off. We have always had a decided to find something not most Walter II. Lennox Maxwell, the al- O it was a relief for Col. Stoddard Johnston, for he is a in Italy! Blessings on King Hum likablo man, but his support of Murphy, leged murderer of C. Arthur Preller, at dert for his palace of Cspodimonte, and its snaps the cords which have bound us to St. Louis, was arraigned Wednesday for glorious galleries, devoted to modern maa- ' him, unless he can satisfactorily explain preliminary examination, but the ewe was which we enjoyei "above an me his coune The Yeoman firm will loose a continued to the Oih inst. ancients," and came away from unwearied print-- Elward T. Maine, a young salesman dezsn votes in this section for public nay ''fresh as daisies" to eat our lunch for a Knoxville house, was murdered near over this very business. er, permission of the curator of the that city by a man named L?e for his by special nalace at the eood king's dairy, where 40 A: exchange makes the pertinent money. The latter was arrested and it was When John Sherman entered the believed would be lynched. or 50 pretty "Alderneya" yield such stores Congress, thirty years ago, and butter lor royai use, lower houto of The Ohio Democratic State Executive of golden cream was not worth to exceed n few thousand we could almost imagine ourselves in he Committee have declined,, in behalf of Gov. that dollars. Mr. 8herman has continuously Hoadly, a challenge from the Prohibition the "Bluegrasa" of Kentucky oi the dewy ay is worth Davonahine. The way from pal held office ever since, and Committee for a joint debate with their can- meads of million and a half dollar dairy is down the loveliest vistas of ace to more than one didate, Rev. A. B. Leonard. trees, trimmed to stalely How did he make h? At the Oikwood shaft, Wilkeibarre, noble forest and overarchlog amooth gravel The government is transferring the treas-uiy't- o Pa., a mass of loose coal and rock fell from drives. We sat under the shade of two the side of the shaft onto a descending cage, of coin in the New Orleans orange trees, the dainty fruit of Washington by steamer. A gun killing four men, wounding two fatally and Mandarin fawhich we have long been delightfully vessel to seriourly injuring three others. boat follows the treasure.Iaden luscious above liliputian, but Stringe that John Dickeraon, formerly Superinten- miliar with, protect her from pirates. while we ate our boat was not saved by dent of the Pension building at Washing, its larger compeers the ssrvices of one sweetened curds; that looked eo much like do the transfer. too, who got away with everything not making the only needed a little miled fast, haa been arrested charged with best ice cream, that it and a little rise in im getting mighty sick of that We are fall in temperature the larceny of a United States flag. so. Bsautiful of one Goodnight beginning "By The verdict in tho Coroner'a inquest agination to mike it the grace of some 40 newspapers &z.," ap- over the body of Mayor Walkup, of EmpoI will not soon forget thee; bo Lazi-nes- s of this wonlrous coun- pearing in an educational column. ria, Ks., was that he had been poisoned by unlike all the rest on the part of the editor is usually the arsenic administered by his wife. They were reason of his giving ipice to articles that married You will look in vain for any corfirma-tio- n in Covington, Ky , a little over a of this in guide booki, gentle reader. appeir the same in so many papers. month ago. dust of antiquity, Rev.'J. F. Shultz, of Winterstown, Baedeker erovela in the We never took much stock in the charges up his nose at the works he cooly turns of the existence of a Frankfort clique, but near York, Pa., preached a sermon on as fill tho palace and he haa tne firmly convinced now that there is Grant on Sunday, which was interrupted of art that we are mendacity-- to wishes to dic- by a crank named J. H. Fulton, the man audacltr- -I will not say such a thing, and' it not only and uninter as the grouuds, tate who shall hold the state but the Feder- finally springing into the pulpit and knock- abuse mind what "Charley" says esting. Never al offi:ea as well. The Frankfort rejency ing the preacher down. this time, reader of mine. He is A body waa found hanging at be suppressed. must and unjust when he slights this gem near Paducah, Ky., two weeks You will say I of Carthage, N. C, has lived ago and has Ben Cole, never been identified. A Cor- of Naples Capodimonte. a long time to die by the hangman's rope oner's jury returned a verdict of suicide, am right if you will only visit it after being He is past three ecore years and ten but on but the citizsns believe it was murder and jaded with ancient ChtdOtuvra, till you the 30:h of this month he is to be hung for are much wrought up. sigh for a look at something less than si murder of his old wife, whom he pois the T. A. Flannelley, editor of the Lex- thousand years old. oned. Evidently there are persons born to ington Evening Jfcut, received a severe Returning to the Hotel de Veauve, wa be hung. were taken by dear Newbery, to a street beating from W. T. Jones on accouut of a The race for the Speakership of the slanderous article published about Jones' just back of it, where a friend of his keepsl, in ctfr-anext House seems made up between Hon. father. He decoyed the editor off and a shop, where one can get anything of Bourbon, W. C Owens, then overpowered him. or olive wood he wishes, beautiful lava Charles 03utt, of Scott and I. A. Spalding, of Union, and Following is a copy of the Governor's and wonderfully cheap. We invested to our guess is that they will come under the telejram to the Assistant Secretary of tho the extent of our means in souvenirs, string in the order named. Treasury: My compliments and please re- nrMMi mi linne to show vcu eome of these days, when our circumnavigation of the tain Captain D. TnY are trying to indict for homicide ent of Frankfort A. Murphy, Superintend- planet la accomplished. Public Building. J. Procat Newark, N. J., a mm who did not fill Our purchases complete, we took to Goyernor of Kentucky. the phyiciiu'e .prescription but let his tor Knott, William N. Sweeney ia nominated by Luigi and his frisky grays again, and drove 'child die of diphtheria while he prayed oror faith-cur- e." the Haweavllle Democrat for the next Unit- up through the great Roman "Grotto," him, because he "believed in the ed State Senator from Kentucky. It ia which is simnlv a noble tunnel through a great hill nearly 800 yards in length, and Union not known what other. roan the Democrat It is Mid that all the WesternSept. 15. desires to have elected with the help of his remarkable for the prints oi me nuos oi Telegraph opirators will strike ancient chariot wheels in the tufa rock, candidacy Louisville Commercial. They ought to arrange better than before, There will be a reunion el the eoldiera many feet above one's head. Away back alee failure will again be fdded to their of the Thirteenth and Twenty-seventKen in the time? of the eirly liiaiin emperors lo?s of time tucky regiments at Csmpbellsville on the it waa a uurjw, gloomy piss, birely ad mitting vehicles. Ia subsequent a?es en cities and towns of Wis- 231. All soldiers, both Federal and In seveDty-fiv- e was of the county and adjoining coun- larged by Buccesaive monarctts, it is now a consin, since the liqior licenses fee number ties, and others, also, are respectfully in- Inftv tunnel over 80 feet high at the impos raited from $75 to $200 a year, the from of saloons have fallen off 432 But the vited to be present and take a full part in ing entrance, varying in the interior amount reetivel for licsnae increased more the exercises. W. O. Bradley is one of the 20 to 50 feat, 20 to 30 feet wide, pavcj anu lighted with gas. Oa a few dayB In early many orators advertised. than $224 000 Stm -- akluinltrioronnniI Ose for the reasons of the kick of Black, GEO. O. BARNES. s post-offic- es spring and early fall, the sun shines right through It in setting "producing maglo The tomb of Virgil is at the entrance, just on tho hill side, at the left. Theeuide books cast discredit on the genu ineness of this venerable relic, which I resent, as usual. I don't want the Illusion dispelled. I wont have it, in fact, I would rather go through life with the fixed conviction that I had seen the great poets last resting place, than think that I had looked upon a bogus tomb, called Virgil's. Wouldn't you? We took a crand circuit for our parting drive, with Luigi, giylng the noble grays all they could do, to go round the Posiltpo hill, clvioe us Brand views in the distance of ancient Puteoll where blessed PjuI landed to go up to Rome 1S00 years agone and of Ischla notable for awful earth quakes, but beautiful as Elen; while neir- er the fairy isle of Niaida, which is used fordiiar.ntine numo'en. and its lovelr top crowned with a prison for hardened crimi nals. Tnus agiin aro God's moat lovely thines broucht 'cheek br iowl" with Sa tan's mi)at hateful works. Crime and disease are clustered on a spot where one would think only innocense and bapplncs could dwell. Returning citywards we caught all Naples 03 wheels riding out to enjoy the glo rious sunset upon the Chiaji. This is a noble drive, skirting the peerless bay. It is the "Rotten Row" of Naples, though one misses the splendid cavalcade of riding horses that makes that resort of London so famous. But thu increase in vehicles in part rasked up for it. I never in my saw so many carriages at one vie life, and I have, in ruj time seen some mighty gatherings of them, of one sort and another. LuUi cheered his weary team and we went sailing down the Chiaji in style. equal to to A gorgeous sunsujV-almothe one seen across iiv Peters from the Pin- closed our visit to beautiful cian hill-toNaples: beckoning us on. to follow, till the day dawns that never knows an erening. For "there shall bs no night there." Praise the LORD forever and eve: I 1 hayo already written of our journey to Brindisi, and will not give further accounts of events so far in the rear. I fear I may have already wearied some by going bick to "bring up stragglers." And perhaps many have wiahed to hear more of India. Well! I will try and gratify them now. Mean while It has been quite a pleasure to me to live over again our delightful trip "across the continent." E?er in Jeaus, Geo O.BAnsEg. st p, W.'H. HIGGINS, DEALER IN Hardware, Iron, Bnggy Whcelfi, StoTes, Cane MIIIh, liar h est, Spoltcfl, Grates, Cider MIIIh, LjtpCerera litiaH, Stoneware, Corn Shellerss, Cellars, Horse Shoo, Nails, Groceries, ' QuceuHmtrc, Maildlcs, Hiirkj Whip, Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden ana Gait I'umpi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- 8aletmen j0hnlirltiht,Jr. t ing; and Guttering will have prompt attention. H. B. Mrltinnrv, THE 2VJBW GIIOCEUY AND HAHDWAHE HOUSE OF TAYLOR BROS. HUSTONVILLB. 3SL"5rr. WouM kl. il . ik jour attettlon to the fact that ther lr b am) fell ltlect! hare Juit rrturocJ trora tha citlta with alarfs stuck of CHOICE lu ndk. Tarlelj, dalaty In quality ami utlifaclory la prlcei; tbltwe guarantee. at all tlinri to ii'll erery want la our line. FAMILY GROCERIES Our alto shall U OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Conilsti of the Standard Brands ot KuropeanJ America. Our Itrga line of Cooking SIotm IdcIoJm t he Justly eolabraled "Great Wrtrn RfierTt" and many other family iavorllea. Our China, Olu and Qurenswarc Hock tensUta to part of Iatlf, Tta and Coitatxr complete, Olanwar richly cot and etched. In the way of BrraJitufli wa name Buckwheat Flour, the queen oi all tribe. Our celebrated Talent -- O. M." Flour, urlralled for cake and paMry, while Itlce and Hominy, our own pUl-oll- e products, arrayed ai faithful adjuncts. All thedellcacltiln Foreign and Domestic (Xnfoetloru are bere. Tin, Stone, Wooden nnd Wlllowware, Klectrle Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meats anJ Krnlu and a complete line of Clgari and Tobaccot. Well, this Is ocly a hint of what we bate. Hcllavlna that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an elimination of our (owls and your patron-as- - .u r.e.petlul!y, TA1I.OH llllOTllKltH. f PHARMACISTS. oauLias is I Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately -- .ouiccompounded. Also ;V,2V.K?: U--nrer. :; TV SSJK "" sji ' 5) - 7 7 A aO "! 't--t-- S jL I - '.. JEWELERS. The Largest Stock of "Watches, Olocks, Jewelry and Silverware Erer toucbt to thla market Prim Lower than the Lownt. Wauho, Clwks and Jewelry Repaired on shoit notice and Warranted. (srTi yjyt, Ssjnv-,- . J, ti--j 4fA 0ESo!sBm: QARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. "of-fensi- an-cie- s, to-d- -- pit-tern- $31,-000.00- I man-of-w- ill-ke- Mech-anicsvill- e, . . K hi; h Cm-federat- e, Lancaster. Barn, on Wedneaday, to the wife of Wm. Zinone, a nine pound boy. Elitor Hughes, of the Aeiw, is ill of pneumonia. His many friends hope for his early recovery. d R. E. McRoberta bought or W. U. the Wm. Burnslde property on Dan ville street, for $2,000. A light rainfall Thursday morning was barely sufficient to lay the dust around town. Stock water is getting scarce and everything is pretty dry. Court Notes. Commonwealth against Dr. Woodson Montgomery, concealed weap ou, 525 fine and 10 days in jail. Calvin East was tried for illegal whisky selling, 2 cases, $00 each. W.J.Ballard for selling whisky was fined $00. The trial of Moss Judaon for forgery lesulted in a hung jury. John Drake was sent to the peniten tiary three years for stealing bacon. Grand jury adjourned Wednesday evening. Mrs. Sallie Chaires and her daughter, LUlie, left for their home at Cedar Keys, Fia., Tuesday. Misses Jennie Salter and Lnla Cnaires have returned to Danville. W. 'O. Sweeney has gene to the cities to buy fall goods. Mis'ea Alice and Lula Richardson have returned to Somerset. Charles and Max Scott returned to their home at Buffalo, Thursday. A little boy, born the 27th ult., is the latest arrival at J. W. West's. Tom G ell swore out a warrant bsfore Judge Singleton last Monday for the arret ( Wvatt K. Pearce. a prominent and hith erto respected citizen of the Lower Garrard neighborhood, charging him with attempt ed rine on the person oi his (Cecil's) wife. The officers who went to effect the capture of Pearce were unable to find him and it is presumed he has left the country. Cecil's statements are to the effect that Pearce has on former occasions made demonstrations of this kind to the lady, but to avoid trouble nothing waa slid of it. Pearce is married, his wife being the aunt of Mrs. Cecil. President Cleveland has paid $5,000 for a span of Hambletonian horses to an Ohio man, who bought them in Bourbon county, Ky., where ther were bred. Some index of the growth of Dakota is Six found in the report of Sunday-schoolyears ago these numbered 80 with 3,000 scholars. There are now 015, with 80,000 scholars. A colored debating society m tie west part of the State his selected aa tbu question for its next discuaalon: "If your mother, your father and your wife were ca'psized in the river, you standing on the bank with the facilities to save one of the trio, which should It be?" James T. Holland, of Abilene, Texa , while in New York, finding himself about a manner at once clumto be victimiz;d-iand shocking to his self respect, he sy avenged his wounded sensibility by Instantly shooting the swindler, exactly as he would have done on the Mexican border. The Chinese have a proverb that every Riyal man who rules himself la a King is not scirco in America if esery woblood man who rulsa hei husband U a queen. h.in-nalrs. n By A JKi UNDERTAKER, AND JETui-iiitm-- e entiling from (lio Cheapen! Furniture, eiiilirucliiK ov. to tho Fluent l'arlor Niiltcx. 2Ve need lo Ko to the Inrjjo cIIIch to miiko your purcIniHess, no matter what quantity or quality 3 on uanl, a I can any priecH you can oMain clHcniicre, freight and ulll duplicate IteltiK added. Alo a full tifcKortiiieiit ol CoIHiin. Ca.c8, Shrouds and HobpN cuiurso Ins nil the New Stylos, both ehcup and cxpoiiMlrc. Wn'ro reeni oppoHlto tit. Anapa Hotel, Stanford. Ky. Bealer in complcto Full and I i' iiHNoriiueiit of PLEASE DON'T FORGET That we carry the Largest Stock oj m'Gcenes, Hardware ana p ll Uiieensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour a and Meal; That our stcck of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard part to a Barouche, is always complete, i And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that ve still handle the eel ebratcd Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big lilies 0f Farming Implements, Graiii Drills, Turning Plows, boo riduir and walking' , jwui anoi which we suarantaa nt ,w A J '1 i 11 :,,:; I ! V I . . Ml w r The latest freak of fashion at the seashore is for young ladles on their departure to give their bathing eults to gentlemen friends, who have them set as scarf-pin- juuwci3t piiut;o. y-vn N !GHT -- GURRAIff, ft J . i.V f Smi'Mcthlu Jnteriorlonmal 1 TtN Shares of Farmer National Stock far tale. Apply at the Bmk. IJnk I LAND. STOCK AND CHOP Wanted.-2,0- 00 WAYNES 3 URO, LINCOLN COUNTY. bntbel of aetd oats, A. Misa Mary Mcll- - debts, the accomnlieh- - Bright h Curran. September 4, 1885 el artiet, of Danville, will teach a clara Stanford, Ky., A few nice Berkshire, boar iboats 1 hate rtttlTcd anl Hill recrlvlLj here in October. aale. J. Bright, Stanford. enrolled. 10 or Wanted. A couple of Those Indebted to me will pleaae call on The work on the new church haa been I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. shoals. Apply at this office. 1 am Mn. Reuben Williams and eettle, aa 1189 r. x. Seventeen aharea Clark County Nation delayed owing to the cause of not getting Hall train going North .... Comr'Wng tnf boil In the market, which will be " South ...i 40 r, m. in much need of the money. Mrs. M. V. al Bank sold at $160 to $181 60. the lumber. 1 12 Xi M. faMMitraln" Mouth.-- .. tHHMMI Tabler. Mr. James Padgett waa killed last Fri Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to 2 03 A. M. " " " Norh., South Carolina cotton crop ia estimat Nono in City or Country. day br tne explosion ot a cylinder of a We are now agents for the Danville ed at 039,000 bale. Tne corn crop at Tha a jove Ii calculated on standard tlmt . dolir Give Me u Trial. threshing machine. He leaves a wife and Plaining Mills, with full stock of ceiling, tits Ii toat 20 minute fiUr bushels, largest ever known. . six small children to mourn their loss. flooring, weather boarding, laths, doors and Fayette-countSixty nine bead of LOCAL NOTICE. Rev, James Clark is visiting his many tah, blinds, Ac. Bright & Curran. Shorthorns were sold to parties in NebrasBoy your echooi booki from Penny h Mr. Sam ka laat we jk at an average of $00 per head Iriends in this vicinity. A nice little rain fell yesterday mornMcAllater. dsugbter and Miss Pittman, of & Anderson, Dinville, Kv Smith Comtlctk atock of ocliool hooka ami ing but a real old ground aoakrr is what is Rockcastle, ate guests of Mr, 8. P. Goocb. echooi siippllea at McRobarta & BtagR'. needed. A good rain haa nol fallen in have a superior article of Fultz seed wheat EoQ and family started last WATCiira and Jewelry repaired on ahort some portion of the countv since last for sale. Oaly one year removed from the Mr- James P. Monday to Missouri, wheie they expect to notice and warranted br Penny A McAll-te- r. epring and crops are cut short indeed, Northern seed. James G ithrie, of flbelbv county, old make their future home Buy the Haaa Hok Remedy, the orlal-n- Grass and atock water is very scarce. At the Second Annual Sunday School mules to MarMcAl-late- r. his 100 head ol and onlr icentiine, from Penny A Insane. John Foley, o( Crab Orchard, tin, Hudson A Cj., of New 0leans, for $100 Convention of the Cumberland River Asso cintirn, held at Point Pleasant church on A complete atock of Jewelry, Jr.twt was pronounced insane Tueday by a per head. ityle. Kockford watches a apecialty. Pen. jury and ordered to the Ltxlnglon Asylum. Mr. Charles Hemphill, of Jesramine Tuesdav last the attendance was large and or & McAlirter. He waa stunned by lightning last spring Tne following sold to Jos. C. Furst, of Cincinnati, the programme interesting Fajimew), Read This. Oo to Dr. M. since which time his mind hai been greatly county, K tli tniing r'ar: said to be the finest lot in the officers were elected 100 cattle, L. BourneV tlrtiir More and Ret one packaua T. Curtis, preIdent, and Mr W. R was in charge of Mr. J L. Slate, at 6 cents per pound. J. of Bam A. Clark' Hog Remedy. If you impared. He are not atlfied after u(ne It your money Hutchison. Col. R West a ltd his farm three miles Davidon, vice president; E. B. Caldwell, Drngg, Wall Paper, Wines. .Tlmleal M will be refunded. Chemical, uookh, Liquor lUNfrueuimifv Never in the hUterr of Stanford waa from Lexington on the Versailles turnpike Jr.. treasure); A. S Mounce. Sicretarj; promiscuous busines, D. Onoch. Stationery, Paints, Uigur. Pocket there ao ijuiet a show day as WednesJay. to Capt, D, Yokum, oi Mason, containing OllH, PERSONAL. NoiipN, Tobacco, The Color Lint. -- Rev rt'hangdoodle There was very little drunkenness and no 235 acre" at S102 50 per acre. Perfumery, Viva tram. Maclilii , Piiof. J.S. KeI'I'Kkt, rf Ml. Vernon, disorder to amount to anything. Marshal The Louisville cMtle market is active Rixter, a viVitinir officiated last Needles. Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is hi Chargo of Col. It in town. Xewland with onlr four aeUlonts handled at 2 to 5; hogs are lower and bring 3 to Sunday in the pu'pit of th Reverend Thos. Blcliards, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and lu the beat Mils. Dh. P. W, Loeun, of Knoxville, the crowd admirably. Bjt two arrests IS"). Shi e4i and I tuba are steady at 1 to AminiJab Bledro, of the Blue Light Color- style. i here vlsltlnn friend were made during the day, Armp Salter 3 for the former and 2 to 4 for the latter. ed Tabernacle. After services were over Mit)BA!.MK Fisit, of Crib Orchard, wr urunKenneas ana Aiioru lucharus, of Mrs. Mirla and Whanrdoodle and Rlcdo were walking W. B Ford purcha-eiavMtlnp MI Alma lltjf, Bean 10 head of common 1,400 pound cat- home, the former remarked. drunk and disorderly. Mimes Fannie and Mahy Reid are "I notices, Brudder Bledso, dat most ob tle at $175 per cwi. J. II. Besuden haa Jailed. An old bench wairant charg- purchased several bunches of extra nice decullud children in your tabernacle am pending a week In Louisville Mh. 0. A. Prewltt.the capable Circuit ing Fred Xlckols with attempting to ripe two-yeold cattle at prices ranging from berry light complected. How is dat at?" Mr. John Gilt has been in Snerifl Mere. lj to cents. Winchester Democrat. Clerk of Ciey, took in the circu. "I dunno nuffin bout it. Du'd de color In the race at Brighton Beach Wed- dey was brn wid. I reckon," Mim Palme McRouehth, of Danville, fee's hands for some time, but he had been unable to csptnre his man until Wedncs. nesday, Young Morgan, Miss Daly's jock. la the gutut of Mra. V. M. Bogle, A Walking Skeleton, Mn. P A. Mandeiuch ia btck from day, when he made his appearance with the ey, was thrown and had his neck broken. Mr. E. Sprinter, of Mecbanltsburg, Pa , writes crowd that came to the circus. He waa There were 31 starters, which crowded the a tlilt to hli friend at Maalllon, 0. "I wasallllcteJ with lung ferer and abicets on -- DEALEP. I- Npromptly nabbed and jailed and his exam track and caused the accident. In the lungs and reduced to a icalking tktUton. Got a free Mil. W. J.,HoeUN and family of ining trial will be held bottle of Dr. King's New DlicoTery for ConWe do not third race another jockey named Rivers trlil are vMilnj relative in ihiaotin- sumption, which did me so much good I bought a know anything of the merits of the cate, waa fatally injured. ty. a dollar bottle. After using three bottles, found but Xlckols claims that the charge was YV. M. Rvst, a prominent lawsold 290 bushels of rajwll once more a man, completely restored to James E. Kerne has Cait yer ol Sfjtuln, Text, hM JolneJ hl wife trumped up for spite. new corn to Thos. Woodford, at $1 60 per health, with a hearty appetite and a galnlnfleih of ii pounds." Call at Penny A McAUiter's Drug here Severe Fall. Mr. Mack Huflman barrel shucked in the field. He says that Store get a free trial bottle of this cure for al the fell from a rcaflold on a house that he was he never had a better crop. He has 18 Lung and Pnoi' AnNKR Rooeiis opened Dlwaiei. Large bottlea ft. Seminary yesterday with a lair number of building for John O. Neil, Tuesday, and acres of very fine tobicco, which the recent pupil .HEW ADVKIlTISKllK.Mh. ; pd suffered a severe concusiton of the spine. hall storm jumped over. Also, he threshed BourMh. A. Amikiuok, of Dtnville, waa For more than an hour he lay unconscious, 870 bushels of oats from 15 acre?. In. town Wedneedar, but, Mranifc to ay, but he revived and is now getting on well, bon News. W. L. left before the ahnw. jHBHllstttPQUBH l though he will be confined for some time, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. a cacdldaie for Jailer tf Lincoln County, tub' Ii Mas. 8. C. TitL'EiiEAKT ha gone to There was no apparent cause for the fall Ject to the action of the Oimxrallc party. Centre College, Caldwell College and Loulavllle, but will return before taking and it can only bo accounted for by the ay fur fall Bell Seminary all opened final leive of her Stanford friend. SAM. M. OIVEXS supposition that he waa attacked with verMk B. 0. Alfoii!) ha removed to the tigo. He is at Mr. Keal'a yet, owing to the and winter terms. la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county. iub- At this writing the streets are jammed jeci i) me action or ine ueinocrauc party. Embree houo on Lower Main atreel. Mr. inadvisability of moving him. with people of all ages, colors and sexes-co- me will move to the one vacated by Joe. There never ha exhibited in Stanford to see the circus, him. Mr. J. C. Crawford, of San Antonis, Thirty-fir- e Mils. J.S Hughes hat returned from a more complete, more excellent or a betAcret or Land on Gilbert! Creek. 20 In blue gran, all Rock Ctl Spring, wl ere the apent the ter managed show than Sells Brothers' Cir- Texas, is In town. His family have been Acres to goLlai corn, balance Inouthouios, Ac. well good dwelling, watered. H. I.. tilTHEIlS, There are Mill eoine 30 guetta cus and Menagerie, which tlung open its here all summer. aummtr. 5 Gilberts Creek, Ky. a Mrs. Jane Perry died this (Thursday) tenia Wednesday. The animals and there. IK ADDITION TO OROCEIUES AND f BOVUIOSS, HE KEEPS fill many cages and are well kept, morning of consumption aged G5 years, Mim Maky McRonEiira, who haa been visiting her aunt, Mr. S. 8. McRob while the arenic entertainment ii splendid, She was a sister of Mr. James Wileon and The Farm on the roid from lluitonvllle to Lller- eric, of thl place, returned to her home in embracing a number of new and difficult died at his residedce. Though defeated by the Nicholasvillea Lty, In Lincoln county, Ky., I mile from Huston- features. In fact everything is first clasi Danville Wedntadav. uy uri. roccoe main, vine, lortneny occupies, The men Tuesday, the Danville bays will try again dec'u, containing about 1X3 Aet'en of valuable Mt&fEg Kate WiiEitniTr and Mamie even to the concert at the close. Land, well watered, on both sides of and there is on the grounds Friday. Next Tuesday they the turnpike road, with comfortable improveOld, of Lancsater, were over Wcdnedy, are orderlr and ment!. Any one desirous of owning a valuable absence of the Fakirs who usual- will play at Stanford. but did not come to the Cirstia. They a? entire home will do well to tee this land. Any person ly rung on to circuses to llie credit of the Rev. II. J. Perry, whose leg was broken wanting to purchase will call on U. b. Tuckvr, went all the name, however. who will thaw tbeF rru and give price and terms, Dr. R. B FminuitN, of NV.tvnetboro, Sells be it said. We beard of no swindles laat week at Junction City, is still doing or address T. A. Wain, btowcrs pottothev, , tsiiupson (ovm) r. a. mi m.am.-- Agent. Va., lathe ciieat of Rv. A. S. Moflett. or any attempts. The show is certainly de well. His ftmily hope to be able to move coun:y,iiy. serving of liberal patronsge. Mr. Harry him to ton the last of this week. He ia well recommended aa a pbyician and Kraft", the gentlemanly pres agent, put us Mr. Wm. Harris, oi Lincaster, a very ia in Kentucky with a riew of locating popular young min and a good operator, Mias Ha.v.va Fair, accompanied br under obligations for favors. I Oder for tale, rrivatrly, an Lot, again has charge of tbe telegraph office her' mother, left Wednesday for Ntlaon opposite residence The Faculti. President A S. Psxton during the abence of Mis Powers in lyingadjoining my property of on Danville street, J. V. Alcorn. Tie and the county, where ahe will pend the winter announces that the following ladies have and bas a land Is textile, well aet In with the hinily of her brotherin law, Rev. been ongigcd, with the approval of the Washington City. beautiful building site. John M. Mver, late sheriff of this counJ. M.Sillee. 7. S.l UFLEW trustees, to assist him at Stanford Female Mm.J. V. McAl.tSTEit left Tueaday College during the sewlon that opens on ty, has vone into the grocery business having purchased the interest of O. W. Wclsb, for her home in St. Joph, Mo. Mr. the Miv! Lucille Modancll, of MarSTANFORD ACADEMY. Mary Bowman accompanied her as far aa ion, Ala,, graduate Judson Institute, in- Sr , lu the grociry connection with the dry Louiaville, where abe will viit friend and strumental and vocal music, penmanship goods house of Welsh & Co. Next Session Begins Thursday, Sept. 3d. B. J. Durham, assignee of Nicholas & afterwards go to Shelby county. She has had several and calisthenics. Important. No deduction Prompt Durham furniture dealers, offers to sell the from tuitionatUnJance u will be made except in ernes of year's experience in teaching and is quite protracted beyond one month. Instruction LOCAL MATTERS. assignors to any one wholo Hock of the an enthusiast in art and comes very hiirhlv wishing to eo into that business. If this given In ordinary l.ngllsh branches, Latin, Greek, German, French and nlgber Mathematics. at T. II. Walton's. Fcnooi. Scrr-Mirecommecded. Miss Mary Tapscott, Staun il-- l AllSEU ItOUKItH, Principal. can not be done he will close out by retail. Ziigler Brotheis' boota and ton, Va., graduate of Augusta Female SemHarrison Minor and Jo. Kuffin were Fall lot of inary, an institution-whicstands at the aboea just received at 8. If. Shanks'. tried before the police court Tueeday for head of female schools, French, Littn and using abusive language toward each other. OFJL SPLKSDID W. II. Hiooins baa the best cu'.tlni? box History and assistant in other branches. Harrison's bill waa about JS while Jo. waa in town. Dont fail to see it .Monday. Mi Annie Spencer, Versailles, Ky., a I taxed SI and both were put under bond to graduate of the Chatauqua School, assistkeep the peice for one year. A new Hoe of Canton flannels, fall caliant in English Literature, Mental and MorBr John L, Speara'fine mare, Grace Dar- Court,vlrlueof ajudgmentof tbe Lincoln Circuit cos and fall Ringhams just opened at Owa-le- y 1681, In the rendered at al Philosophy and History. Miss Ida ling, by Hiawatha, dam Emma Desha, died case of W. W.Uaya lis October Term. Alma ilayt. andotheraaztlntt & Craig's. Prewitte, Mitchellsburg, Ky ,a graduate ol very mysteriously last night. Grace Dar- I will as Special Commissioner In aald case tell to highest bldJer on Bmcic Two hundred and fifty thous- Stanford Female College, assistant in Eog. ling was the dam of Fewer of Meath and the for sale by liah and Mathematics. SATUKDAY, SEPT. 19,1885, and, hard and O'Fallon. Veternary surgeons are now ennenry Baugbman. examina- - On the premises, the fine BlueGrasi Farm .becaged in making a post mortem RELIGIOUS. longing to tbe children of W. 11. Hats, R. C. Bradley has the contract for tlon to as:ertain the came of the mare deed., containing Elder II. T. Wilson's meeting at Flat school-housbeing building- the public death. OF Woods closed last Tuesday night . There Lancaster News. the lowest bidder. Tuesday night aB the base ball party 236J barns and were 30 additions. new dwelling-housThere li a were coming over the all necessary larg, and other travelers outbuildings on aatd Farm, an orchTup. fine farm biloncine to the heirs f Bcvs. M. P. Morgau and Ben Cjsby garden. Cincinnati Southern road between Nicholai-vill- e ard of select fruit, nice yard andaltogetherThe farm one of V. H. Hays, deed , will ba sold at auction hive just closed a very interesting meeting Is well watered and fenced an J and this place at the rate of 40 miles the most desirable plsces In Kentucky. Bald land by Mr. John M. R Id, agent, Sept. 19. Neals Creek, which resulted io S3 conat btanford and llustonvllle pike, on an hour, a young man fired his pistol olT in Is situatedfrom tho Stanford. The sals will be made IK miles fessions. months; bonds Lost. Pocket book containing notes and one of the crowded passenger cars. Col. on a credit ot 6, 12 and IS to tho 8)ocial with approved tenuity, payable Services in the Presbyterian church accounts and a small amount of money, bearing 6 per cent. Interest Irom date Jack Chinn, of Harrodsburg, was in the abont$3or$l. Will give the finder the Friday night, Saturday morning and night midst of an argument tending to ahow that until paid and a lien retained on the land for tbelr payment. JOJIX Jl. ItEMV, Sicclal Commissioner. money for the return of the books and pa- and a sacramental meeting on Sabbab. he had a colt coming on that " could do it" 53. td Rev E. E Irvine, of Paint Lick, will as pers. J. N, Menefee. a little quicker than Bin Fox did. The a )h tlmnand dace I will, at accnt for sist tbe pastor. firing of the pistol interrupted the Colonel Mis. Kateiiiti. tell to tho hi jueit bidder Hays, A Divonoeauit haa been filed by Mrs. C. Morrison writes that his Rev. II. in one of hia major or minor premises, and Land, Bittie Broaddua, sister of Col. A.M.Swope, meeting at Wilmore has developed into a Thirty Acres of Pine Blue-GraWesley A. Broaddus, most glorious revivat. There have been during the Interruption he took the pistol against her husband, Adjolnlngand formerly a part of the above tract and adultery. SO additions, most of them heads of fam- away from the young man and threw it ot land; tothlMctt to be sold together, making a abandonment charging abOTe. out of tbe window. Another young, man Karmof2GlK Same tertni aa M Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Tboy Must Bo Sold, Ki:tD, Agent. Broaddu, it is said, bai taken up his resi- ilies and the most influential mci of the JOHN a pistol objected and the Colonel also with Georgia. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Afaunfiictiirers' Agcut. dence in community. threw bis pistol out. Still another young Brother Barnea makes hia Sis', refer- man with a weapon came to the front and HAEPEE'S You will pleaae Bettle your accounts due to a return to the land of his birth In the third gun went to join the other two. July 1, aa I need the money for buying ence his letter published where he ex By this time tho Colonel had conquered a no seeds, also for fall purcharea of heating raif yeas. some of peace, w hen he resumed his remarks and Harper." Weekly y presses the hope of showing us H 00 ,stove, grate, &c. I mean tbia for every-bDd0 these days, the souvenirs bought in Italy, convinced bis hoirers that the colt above Harper's Magttlne who haa not settled lo July 1. I ap M l Hand Mirrors, Do you Intend tending your child to rchoolT Pocket Books, "When our circumnavigation of the globe spoken of was destined to best all previous Harpct'a Bazar 2 00 Bourne keeps all klndt ot School Books, Inks, Papredate your patronage and hope to merit Violin Strings, Harper's Young Pesple naming Extract!, h accomplished." French Harps, records. It is said tbe conductor of tbe Uarper't Franklin foiare Library one year, pers, Pem, Copy Booki, Tablet!, Viii, Spongci, Artists' Materials, a continuance of aame, but I must have We have received from M. W. Jones, 10 00 Blatca, Pencils. Tbermomgtort, . Dye btutli, (52 numbers) train told the Colonel that his rides in the money to run my business. Very Respect-- f Cnfectlont, Do you want to marry? Oo then, and got your Lamp!, clerk of the South'.Kentucky Baptist Asso- future should never cost him a cent, and it Pottage tree to all subscribers In tbe United ally, W. H. HiRRlns. Varnlhei, Face Powder, Perfumes, Cachcut, Soaps, Brushes Vases, ciation, the minutes of the meeting recent- ia also said that the citizjnsof Boyle coun- States or Canada. Paint!, Dolli, tnd Combs ffom Bourno. To the Coal TbAue. We are now ly held at Eubnnksand from them we gathTbe volume! of the Weekly begin with tho nttt Oil!, Doyouwanttopleateyouriu)tber-ln-la? Get flplcta. ty are about to purchase a handsome chro-m- u number forJannarv of each year. When no time agents for the celebrated Aseocia-lio- n er that its membership numbers 1,141, Ami 1,001 otlKr trtlclff, at her a pair of LeMare'a Celebrated Rock Crystal nnd send it to tbe Colonel aa a reward li mentioned it will be understood that tho Mines, including Laurel, Pitman and Curing the year 111 wero received from all wishes to commence with tho number neit Spectacles and paint her house with mixed Paints. for his eminent services, after the recelrt of order. Peicock mines, nnd this coal can not be sources, 21 were excluded and 10 died. volumes of tbe Msgiilne begin wlh the Bourne has them. Tne DIt. UOtiltXE'S Are you sick? nave 'you Headache, Enckacbe, and December bought of any Ub.tr dealer. Wealeo keep Ornithologist R. Bowlder Sharp?, who numbers (or Juneipeclfled, It will ot each jear. be undentood Tceache? Bourne keeps, all klnbi of 'Medicines. The fall meeting of tbe Louisville h.as just brought to the British Museum a When uotlmeli wishes to b gin with tbe cur-reon hand coal from any of the Jellico minea, that tbe subscriber Kcmember, Bourne will give a nice present to number. Standard Coil Jockey Club b?gins Monday, September collection of GO.OOO Asiatic birds, owes his Including Main Jellico and Kemlttancfsthould be made by l'ostofllce Money the first gocd looking girl who repeats the follow-lo- g Co's mines. Prices as tber have been here- 21, and continues ten days. During the success in collecting probably to the fact ey Order or Dralt, to avoid chance of loss. STANFORD, KY. Newspaper! ro not to copy this advertisement Pateat Medlemes, Feather Dasteri, tofore, a shade lower than any other dealer. meeting there will be fifty or more races, of that he is sharper that most men and bold- wltbsiit the eapress Older ei Harper A Brotheis. Opposite Myera House. JIIIOTIIEIIS, New York. Toilet Articles, rJhtTlcr, Materials, which eleven are stakes. Addrs lUllPEK 4 Respt. Bright & Cimn. er than many. nd Messrs. Deerinu h Reynolds will, roon have their saw mill in operation attain. The common echooi at tbta place haa for a large attendance, there being 00 pupils H. C. RUPLEY! NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER H. a. RUPLE-y- and - M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, al & STAGG, Stanford, fr t., rler-jrcUn- Lamp, Cutler, d THZIE CHEAP &K.OOEK. 1 T. R. WALTON, oj in IAUMN vv9N.vmk ' tc-d- lvl And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- It rep-tile- Blue-Gra- d and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- DF'OLE'S.A.JlallS. ra Blua-Gia- 52-- 4t J. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. sick-nc- School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. a h CQIYIR.'S SALE Stool Faa'in Corner Main and Somerset WHOIjilSSAZflK Sts. is the best place to buy. well-burne- ' PRICES ! - e, ACRES LAND! e, Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Over 40 Farm Wagons ami many other Goods ss PEEI0DI0ALS. "The Bourne.from which Traveler Returns Sick." w er nt NEW DRUG STORE, .yw vakrMMfefcMiMMwWMW i umi'iignifcJwWWWWNW v Stmi-MteSfelnteri- or lournal A REMEDY FOR A FELON. UNINTERPRETED J. W, Riley in IndlanapolU Jourti il. suplnnly w lie in tho grove's shady green-orGazing, all y, Simple Enough for Any Ono to Try Suit, Soap nnd Turpentine. lrlirenoloxlc.il Journal. CLOUDBURSTS AND THEIR CAUSE. ltesalt of tlio Destruction of Timber Dangerous Downpourlng. Cor. Son Francisco Chronicle. A There remains to bo considered ono of the roost disastrous of tbe phenomena attending the destruction of tbo tlmbor, though happily not the moit frequent, else tbo country would become uninhabitable. The extraordinary rainfalls, to which tbo people save the name of cloudburst, bejan to be noticed 100 years ago. The common opinion was that tho cloud was rent by the sharp of tons of water. Ono of tboso phenomenal rainfalls occurred about 18J3, in Lyme, N. IL The country generally had been denuded of timber. A lofty hill, inaccessible to the logbjen spared, leavgers' team, had ing perhaps o mile square covered so angle of the mountain, letting out millions Agatha Tunis In St Nicholas. In 1S1C Beethoven began to keep house, and a sad kind of home ho had. Ho was like a child in tbe hands of servants aud landlords, nnd rarely found himself at peace He constantly changed his with either. lodgings, and seldom had time to get things settled in a bouse before it was nacesary to movo again. It was seldom that a servant staid moro thou a few weoks, and the houso Lynching! for Six Jlontku His room frequently took care of itself. Chicago Tribune. Sineo the 1st of January the number of was generally a model of confusion. Lot-tostrewed the floor, and the remains of scoundrels lynched in various parts of tbe country is 09, of whom 00 were males and 3 bis last meal, sketches of his music, books females, S3 white and 41 colored. The south and pictures covered tbe chairs and table. s takes more than of tbo lot, Sometimes it would be weeks before ho could arrangement about as pleasant for Spain as having 75, against 21 creditei to tbe north. discover a manuscript which bo sore'y it would bo to England to see a French garIu detail tbe states are represented as fol- needed. He broke nearly everything he rison In full position of Dover castle and touched, low: Alabama, 'J; Arkausas, 1; Florida, 2; plana and somotimes upsot the ink iu the fortifying impregnable galleries in Shakes-pearo'- s Georgia, 2; Iowa 5, Kansas, a; Kontucky, cliff beneath tbo protection of which He loved to batho and frequently would .1; Maryland, 1; MlvWsippl, ; Missouri, C; stand pouring water over bis hands, shout- all manner of smugglers might find safety, North Carolina, 2; Nebraska, 2; Ohio, 3; ing bis music; if any musical idea occurred whereas any rash revenue cutter venturing Oregon 2: Tennessee, 7; Texas, ai; Virbe would rush to ths tablo and note itdown, within range would be forthwith fired at ginia, 2; West Virginia, 2. In the territoand probably sunk. No wonder that Spain ries: New Mexico, 2; Indian territory, 7; splashing tho water ovor everything in the would fain reclaim this heaven-buil- t bulroom. Evory day, whatever tbe weather, Dakota, 1; Montana, 3. Washington, L wark of her shores. Beethoven took a loop It may also be of interest to know that of favorite haunts around thewalk; ho had his city, and nearly A Western Ilallatorm. those 93 departed citizens 41 were lynched Chicago Herald i for murder, 31 for horse and other stealing, all his musical ideas came to him iu the woods or meadows, amid tbe trees, tbe 'They can talk all they please about the 14 for rape, 3 for incendiarism, 2 for train wrecking, 2 for murderous assault, 2 for un- rocks and the flowers. He was never with- west," said a passenger from western Kanout a little book in which ho wrote down sas, "but I stand up for it everytime. It's known reasons, and 1 for burglary. Tbeso returns, it will bo observed, are for any thought which soizod him; and then at the best country iu the Unitod States for a homo tbe thought would grow into a song farmer. All a man has to do is to give six month?, and their significance will be naturo a little assistance, nnd she'll provide npparont when it is stated that tha number or a symphony. He was quiet and rapt when at tho piano; for him, and provide woll, too." of lynchings last year was 19J, which was an but wo aro told that when conluctiug an "But don't you havo fearful storms out incroaso of nearly 100 over 1SSJ. The number of lynchings thus far in this year has orchestra, his movements were violent. At thorol "Yes, sometimes, 'specially hailstorms. steadily increased, month by mouth, so that the diminuendo he would gradually crouch lower and lower, till ho dropped entiroly out But that only goes to prove tbe truth of at this ratio the total for this year will con- of sight, ri.ting slowlngduring tho crescendo, what I'm tellin' you. Hailstorms are a part siderably exceed 25). Hanging does not loop anything like an even pace with lynch- when he would almost jump into the nir. of nature, an' they bolp a man, if he only ing, though the volume of crime for tbe first With his pupils he bad the swootest pa- knows how to take advantage of 'em. Why. six mouths of this year is far in excess of tience, ropeating a correction over and over last fall a big hailstorm came along ovor my what it was last year durlnz the same agalu; he would to always forgive n wrong place, an' I'll bo darned if it didn't shuck the unlucky pupil who out sixty acros of corn for ma as sleek as a oriod. Last year tbero were 133 criminals note, but woj banged, but this year thus far there have failed to give tho right expresiion to a wbistb. All I had to do was to drive a pbroso or bar, for this tho master thought wagon through and pick up tbe corn." been Lut forty-twAt this ratio tho num"Wonderful." ber of executions "111 be much smaller than in Heated a luck of soul, and this bo would v.t forgive. "Wonderful t I should say so. And that in any year since 1S75. wasn't all of it, either. Them big hailstones Texas takes tho lead in lynchings, as it Ouo of the Plunger's I'lungcs. burlod tbemsslves tivofoot un'dor tbe ground iloos iu crime. Take it nil Qiouwi. ft is an Philadelphia News. unhealthy year for criminals. The legal Ono of Wulton's intimate friends told mo and I marked whero a lot of 'em foil This hangman may not keep pio with them, the true story of bis big winning on the summer we had all tho ice we could uo and owing to tbe obstacles which stand in his Grand Prix, nntl bow he made it Archer, somo to sail, jus' by digging up them way, but Judge Lynch is doing well in his the famous jockey, was to ride Foxbn.ll. efforts to keep up romethiug like a duo Walton lenrued that it was the ambition of No More 1'eot to Slcnplug-Cn- r I'ortcr. between crime nnd its punishment Archer's life to be n lund proprietor, anl Cincinnati Knqulrer.l that ho was saving money to buy a certain Trying to J in prom the WuUrinvIoii. "Facts I'll fill your paper with facts. I'll little farm upon which his covetous oyos bad give you facts enough o knock you hilly." TLo Cook. long been fixed. Tbe price of tho placo was "Let 'om go." Good watermelons nro now abundant and 10,000 xunds sterling. Wnlton bought it "Well, say. I'm n ti voting man. Comcheap enough to bo within tho reach of al- and then weutto Archer and sail; "That mercial tourist. Drummor. We have two most ve very body. ToenJiythU delightful you are aftor is mlnj. It shall b? or three farm I belong to 'om till. tru(t properly, select a dark green, fat ono yours cu cortaiu conditions, which will not with a yelJowisb spot wheio it has huggod Interfere with your duty to your employor." Wo numler 15J.0OO, and we're kicking. Kicking about sloeplng-ta- r porter. Wait mother earth. Put it on ice for twenty-fou- r "What nre tho condtionsf asked Archer. till you soo what wo'll do about it Lours, cut a hole iu one end of it, an 1 pour "You nro to win that race, and. satisfy me at our next meeting. Wi're going to u bottle of claret lilt) the hole, plu? it up, beyond q estion before-han- d that you can resolve not to pay 'em n cent. Now, nnd put it on ice some ruuio. Cut it iu win will satisfy you?' "A look here. Out of our 150.0JO it." "But longitudin.il slices, bring it on the table sur- priva'v runningwhat between Foxball and tho of us, or 100,000, travel 200 nights in tho rounded by wild flowers and othsr fancy his competitors at daybreak on tbo year. Ain't that sol Woll. there's 100,000 fixings, a;id you bavo adNh fit for tbe gods. best of morning of tho race." They'll give tho porton tho road Some 'uxurlous uilates, happily accotn-liauio- d To mako a long story short, Archsr took a night; ly means enough to giatify tboir tho bait Tips of 5) pounds sterling, more ers a quarter each; thnt's $25 0)0 sloeping-ca- r 200 nights, 5,000,000 a year. The gustatory whims, find one or two bottles of it all trainer of companies havo flgurod on this and only champagne emptied into tho almost frozn or less, made horse. ri;bt with tbo of tho race At daybreak the opposing pay the porters $15 a month. Tney're fly, melon in place of claret, a decided Improveday tbero was a regular heat batman tho and, mind you, this doesn't count in other ment. But the man vUo cannot like a good, two, with Walton as the only spectator. in, ilpo, sweet watermelon, without wine, is Foxball was shown to be an eay winner. travelers. Put thatfive-ce- will you? Say, where did you get that torch, anyhow) deserving of much pity. Walton went out and put every dollar he Horo, tako a good one. I'vo got a box of could raise, and ho was then very lltnb, om charged up as allowance on damaged Cure for l))spepliu unon his choice, nnd tbo dav cloutd with his freight." Philadelphia Press During tbo saasor. if 10J days last vear own fortuife swelled by nearly 8100,003, and Wlicro Good Ilreedlns Counts. one Saratoga hotel paid a market bill of Archer a liindoJ proprietor. Pittsburg Wjpatcb. 123,000. Among the items were HJ.OOO A ItoiiiiiuStc Story. Clean facos, clean hands anl clean jounds of Ixwf, IS.OiW pounds of mutton, New Orleans clothes are suppisol to show good breeding 2J.000 jwunds of lamb, 7,00) pounds of veal, The most romatitin commencement story In Individuals, but tiny nrj int more vital 1,50J ounds of pork, GJ.UOO piunis of chicken, 35.000 pouuds of ganw, 9i) dozjn from Yale college this yoar Is ono of a criteria than aro clean streets, clean yards squab , 20.100 pouuds of fish, 0 0)0 pounds southerner who left college to enter the Con- and clean alloys of good breeding in tbe or salmon, J 000 pounds of butter, 24,00) federate army, ami wua thrown over by his community. Tho bad brooding which Ulthy lady-lov- o Ho lotumed to alleys an 1 back yards show will inevitably In consequence. (15,030 quarts of milk and 10,000 ilozou Now Havon this year, found the love of his revouge itself by breeding the bad in the quarts of cream. O. Saratoga hotel it has long been said that eating occuplos youth still true, and thcro will b3 a wedding shape of an opldemic, whi:h is bound to at Cbrlstmi. como soonor or later. llu lion's sharj af their attention. rs three-fourthtwo-thirnt thickly with timber that tbe sunlight scarcely penetrated the thick foliage. The moss on the ground was three feot thick, and even in midsummer was moist and coot. This afforded the requisite conditions for a cloudburst. One day there was a violent commotion up there. Thunder, lightning nnd charging clouds seemed to have chosen the top of the mountain for a grand tournament The rains that should have been drawn from the clouds by miles of woodland woro precipitated in one tremendous effort. The timber on tbe top of the mountain was prostrated as if by a cyclone. A torrent, many times too large for the ordinary channels, poured down tho mountain side, carrying destruction in its course. Mills were swept away, or left useless somo distance from the new channels, which were formod. Mill dams were piled ton feet high with bowlders and gravel The phenomenon of cloudbursts Is becoming moro or less common in all tho treeless parts of tho country. Denver was onco swept away by such a rainfall. Eureka, Nov., bos twice been inundatoJ in that, way. Tho streams running down tfje eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada are noted for such aberration. Some yea.s ago a stage coach, passengers, driver, horses, all were overtaken by a solid perpendicular wall of water and destroyed Several times similar torrents have poured into tbe Mojavo deserts. In lS7i a cloudburst near Jackson, in this state, sent a torrent through the town, destroying many Hyes. Several times they have occurred in Santa Barbara county, accompanied with loss of life. In one Instance tbe wall of water moving down tbo cbannoi was estimated to be ton feet high. Ono or two small ones have occurred nt tho head of Los Ontos creek, in Santa Clare county, raising the water twenty feot high. There aro evidences of numerous cloudbursts in times past, where millions of cubic feet of earth are swept out of the mountains in one hour. The pile of debris reminds one of the tailings left by hydraulic mining. Such a pile iu tbe lower OJal valley, in Ventura county, covers four square miles and measures 100,000,000 cubic yards. A well sank to tbe depth of 100 feet penetrated fresh alluvial soil, proving the recent date of tbe affair. In the canyons above bowlders as large as churches are piled on oach other, sbowlug the terrlflc power of tbe torrent Such an outpour as th above mentioned may not occur in 100 year, but tho liability is constantly increasing as tbe timber is cut awav. "Cures" for whitlow, or felon, aro as common ns "euros" for cancer, and wo oro always lncllnod to smile nt the easy credulity of tho periodicals that give them space Lately wo havo met in tboir columns. alleged to bo tbe with tbo following, statement of a physician namod C C. Gratiot, iu several of our medical and other exchanges, and as it is of a character that is simple enough for any ono to try who may be suffering from this painful form of periostitis wo publish it: "Ono day in July, 1SS3, after returning from a call In tho country, I found a gentleman waiting in my offlco to consult mo about a folon, that was giving him great pain, upon tho index ilngor of tho left hand. While waiting for me he had picked up ono of my medical journals, aud read an article entitled 'How to Cure a Folon.' My pationt asked mo to try it on htm. I advised him to let mo make n freo incision down to the bone, believing it tho only courso t J pursuo that amounted t anything in tbe troatmont of paronychia. As he was a little timid and insisted on my trying the other plan, I Tho mode of treatment is this, consonted. and I quo to the writer's own words: 'Take common salt, roasted on a hot stovo until all the chlorine gns is thrown off, or it is as dry as you can make it To a teaspoonful, and also a teaspoonful of pulverized Castile soap, add a teaspoonful of Venice turpentine; mix them well into a poultice and apply to the felon.' " 'If you have ten felons at onco make as many poultices. Renow this poultico twice a day. In four or five days your folon will, if notopanel before your poultice is first put on, present a hole down to the bone, whore the pent-umatter was before your poultice brought it out If the felon has been cut opon or opened itself, or is about to take oil the linger to the first Joint, no matter, put on your poultice; it will stop right there, and in tinio your finger will get well evon if ono of tho first bones is gone. Of courso it will not restoro tbe lost bone, but it well get well soon.' "So far as my faith went in the troatmont of a felon in that way, I never would hars tried it My patient came back to me In four days, with pain and throbbing all gone, and with no tenderness or swelling. Upon removing tbe poultice there was a round hole down to the bono, discharging a bloody, thick pus, such as I sometimes seen como have from acute ulcers. Ho stated that aftor tbe first application of the poulticj, about eight hours after he left my olllco, he suffered no more pain; in three days moro he was entirely well. "This inducod me to determine to try it on other folons that I might bo called upon to treat; and from July until tho middle of October a great many felons occurred among tbo farmers, caused by the frequent handling of pitchforks in making hay, and in stacking and tbroihing grain. Suffice It to say I tried it on foven cases of felon, and it never onco failed mo." p al-m- dreamy-eyed- , up through the treos; And as to tbe sight is tho heavenly scenery, So to tho hearing tbo sign of tbe breeze Haslng opened up a lumber yard Inthejrcsrof I oflr for isle my Farm of W Atrei, midway our store, we are now Meklnner. It Is In bttwetn TurnenTillo and brick Iioum good cooiiltlou, well lmpnmd, Arply to or Prepared to Furnish any klndjof Lumber and all the nceerr outbulldlujs. address 'me at McKlan.v, Kt. In tha rough. Post or all kinds, Bhlngtei cut, awed and shared. Also Agouti for the Danrllle Planing Mills. fa:rm fqh sale. hi XjTJIVIBER yard. tBfiSBSr CCStV' y'tSb" 4 We catch but faint Tbo and quavering, falter and fall on tho mind. Tho vine, with its beauty of blossom, goos rioting Up by tbe caoment, as sweet to tho eye As tho trill of tho roblu is restful and quietMeaningless Doughs of tho maplos; and, like undefined. whispers and lisps of the leaves, faint tho wavering rifts of the bluo through nniaiiT a cvmiAS. G0LLEGIATE SCHOOL I "St. Mary's Saw Mills" GRAB ORCHARD 29-- YiJk BK. Crab Orchard, Ky., will on .TVjilfiffl, Bro-ni- u ers. Fir circulars gltlng terms, address It U. jh, Presldtnt Board of Trustees, Crab Orchard, Kr.iorlMgar P. Hawes, Principal, Loulsrllle, JfSSS. Preparatory, Academic and Aif. 7, Departments, under experienced teachCollegiate and i,VMiu:n TAitn. On top of the Knobs, cloo by more. J Carter's Grocery FOOTF. Xs nilEKl.Ell, Proprietor. Heard inadrowio with the dawn in tho sky. ing. K,. ('") Ceiling, "Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Bern of a rose, or a patter of rain. Lumber in tho Bough, including Could I but dolve out the deeper sublimity Laths and Shingles. Hid in the lily that smiles as I write Ahl my good friends, how in glad unanFor the conrenlenre of our customers in Stanimity ford and Tlclntty we hate arranged wltb fSeo. 2 You should road rhymes writ in fragrance . H'riireM to keep on his yards an assortment aud white I of our Lumber, where they can get It ascbespas A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 from indirect. He will also tuake estimates for Or could I translate the sweet song of merriany bills not on binds, which we will fill on short Acres of Good Land, ment notice. JIKhVM rf It A VIS. Splllod from the wicker cage hung in tho Kf arly all In cultlratlon, situated on the Stanford Lily, Ky. ball. caHow you should chuckle to hoar what nary meant tUm ft HI (Mill UUborU By his wild tangles of twitter and call! place or ftddrrulDic ibe underiljnei hit-tor- Anl yet we yoarn on to learn more of tho mystery We eo and we hear, but forever remain y Muto, blindod and deaf to the ultimate FARM FJW SALE I H ifP, For all klnJiof eeneral Lumber. Uhlnzle. ,'c.. bulldersandotbericannot find abetter market to ult themselre. Our motto It "Ural Material lor ItMuooabl lUtrt." PostolQce address, Halls .y. LUMBER! " anford, Blue-Gra- ss eontalaln VJi Acvch of Land. The Farm Is In a flood Hale of Dressed Pino Flooring, CORDIAL Cram. Cell rljrjritai IIUrtl11aa.ilMi1Ur7,n. ff.rl.t til bo,l hTkiLm, .al r.iutlif Ut. mil, 4rilatt a.U bf all drat al.U at f0 tiali r- For the BOWELS. tkr(Siikm Illcatrt' ll.fVUb.rrr llr. CtrdUl ! ut - III. atHvrrrt ConTftrlor'nCitfroUcc Itrmrdr (.'roup aud Hum nnd Mullein will cur fought, sumption. Price He. aud II a bottle. Both for sale by Dr. M L.DOUUKE, U, arium frn lb. t(Twt f niTiiaa. Fee Hlaoford. 23-fi- i LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Oherry and Hickory Logs deliver-eat any station of the d THE STRENGTH OF GIBRALTAR. 63ui Story of a Noted Siege Agent turi: II amltVs Heirs. c3) Arrangement An Unpleasant for Spntn. IDelKravIa. Admt .s Sale On Monday, Court-Uotii- of Bank Stock. louiiviut mwAiTCHicAtoltT;(a- - Through Coaohos and Pullman Slooping Cars From Kccontrlcltles of a Noted Miislclnn. mouths. At last a furious gcnoral attack was mat t by an incessant fire of balls on tbe enemy's fleet 5,000 were thrown in on day till at length tbo battering ships took fire, as owing to tho thickness of their timbers, tbe red-ho- t balls sunk deep into the wood and could not be dislolgod. Tbe fee no that ensued in the darkneis of that terrible night must bavo been awful indeed; and so fearful woro tbo moans and shrieks of the wounded and dying that brave Eng lishmen foreboro to let thoir foes perish in the flames. nnd ventured to their rescua, tbe marino brigade being foremot in this work of mercy, which added fresh laurels to their victory. It was said that in this engagement tbe Spaniards lost 3,003 men, while the garrison had only sixteen killed, and tho damage done to the fortress was repaired In a few hours. A few days later a formidable English ilet enmo to the relief of tbe town, and the siege was raised. Of courso, our holding Gibraltar is an rod-ho- ; u p tu l.Tf. LoullTlll.. path then unknown to the English, 500 I SO p iu I J 50 a ui Tills Ksons," Nsaa Halts Oar, Ky., Aog.2. Arr. Lafayette- -. him one dark night and S 20 p m ( SOOarn " Chicago..... w. J We, the crept silently to a hollow called the SUIsU. Wbee'ler. unJer.lgr.ed. consented by mutual ast, hare this day or little chair, and thence to tbo signal ment to disseise Via Cincinnati; In tbe shore- U rni, station, where they slow the guard. There H.. ..1,1 rirorre u'h..l.r contenting to and .utry- . 7 SO a nil f 41pm Clnclnn.tl "rti all the liabilities and debts In Lt. Indlampolls..., they awaited reinforcements from bolow; nc to take 12 Upm I II 20 pm " the i.ald firm of Foot? A Wheeler, to these, however, were delayed, an I tho gar. s 0 p m I (Mi m Win. J. Poole consents oBcr-h-- eh Arr. Chicago. rison meanwhile were aroud, and, sallyntr. Mm un .tiaalute. ilzht In all lb ..l and fixtures ol tta. Mill. Witness tlll7eceptrJunday. tally. ing forth, drovo back the invaders. Tho woitlDC Plant Sllleta was immediately filled up and tho our.lgn.tur... .WHEELEK-Witnea- t, lie sure your tickets rei.il tI the path utterly destroyed and made inaccessi -l K. J. Hutcherson. ble, and tbe slego woro on through weary MONON troops followed besides counties lesser craft One night tho rock narrowly escaped being taken by surprise. A goatherd having undertaken to guide the Spaniards by a French and Spanish troops, 40,000 In num- bor, for four long years from June, 1779, till February, 17S3 beleaguered the fortress of Gibraltar, then held by Gen. Eliot with a garrison of 7,000 men. Tbe onomy srected batteries right across the sandy Isthmus, while in tbo bay they had forty-seve- n ships of the sine anl ten "battering-ships,- " Boptombor 7, 1885, v. .County Court day) at 11 o'clock a. will More ihe sell to the e door in Stanford. I HH AUKS of Stock In the hlsoeit bidder FIVE Stanford. of First National Bank ofHolmes, dee'd. rppert) Terms-- A ol Faulkner months on notes with good security creditor three bearing Interest from date, T. 3l IHHtJlE.fi, Aumr. jj.jt LotilHYlUe to CliicuRO, Cincinnati to Chicago, InillnunpollH to Chicago. THROUGH TIME TABLE VlaLoulirllle: L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. St. Mary'sjaw Mills. R. uiiai' J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. JJ ."V - iuTssOTPiI? The Direct rtouta'p Merit -- St. Louis & tho West Northwest anj Southwest by the way or 8- ROUTE, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND (L, N A. A C. U'y) as It is tbe nulcknt. the best ana most direct line to ihica go and oints In tbe Northwest. Tickets rla tbe Motion lUule on sal at all prin cipal ticket offices, tor rate., msps and lull In formation, address WM S. llALOWIU.O P A., Chlc.go. A. J ,0'UtII.LY, O. 6. A., Loulitllle LODISVILLi; or CIXCIX.VATI. Ch.lUnooga All TroinB .LeaylDg md Cincinnatilor mtktll rulUS IitIIU dlrectmnnectlon at thox ulnt. llh lb. Light- DIDg E.xprM0n the Ohio A Mlululnnl fr Ml " Loul. and all point. Wet. TTnnrQ 0n,7 ,rom """His "r Clncln-X- J XLUUI a n.tl to bt. Loul., bring two hours quicker than any other line, firing our lime forrucals and first choice of nat. In trains going West. Lou-.fi- 10 ptOfrs Proprietor ii Iti Bhafl be rfecondDetermined that to no Conntry Only Line sis In 12 Hours Quiokor ZflittytfX,' going by w.r f Chicago. it Hotel in the State in it Fare, Annointmentl. or anou tion to Comfort of their Quests. WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, MIIII TUaoCcill and Nerr O. & M. Past Timo and Snro Con nootions With all Lines Always make ! ,v da RMicaae will be eof eyed to aad from I hi or charge. Spell j0," to Commercial Tra? eler.. The Bar alwty. .applied with tne enolee.t brand, of Ltqaon and Clear.. i Pullman Cars. -- lUchmnud, Old Point Comfort (Hrstela St. Louii and Intermediate Hotel) nnd Newport News, Xo Forrlen! In connection wltb OM Dominion Htc.mihlps to Only Line rla it Fointi Dr. E. Office on J. Nickorson, USTIEW nOuiiilbiiHTrHii font I Depot, Ht. Louis, Physician and Surgeon, 4th St., AnJ Merchant, and Miner. Steiui.hlp Lice to YORK, and 1'leasure BOSTON. Through Train, frciu Winchester, Ky., to Danville, Ky. KANAWHA FALLS, Pile No ami FlHtula Cured. Pcrlcctly WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS And other Famous Yltglnl. Springs It sorts. We.t, Nurlbwetl and II you are going Weit to aoy imlnt, tall on wrlto to the undersign.!. For lull and rellabls Information In regard to Lapd. Ac, In tbe Western Mlalrs, lap. Ouliei ana lowett .special ralm lor Ticket, and llouteholl Uood. to al) points West call on or addrres (J. II. ALSO.'. Passenger Ag't Ohio A MiMlsilppl Itallrray. W.W.PEABODV. OOUttiWMt, 1 wltb trains of hue. going Conuectlons mad In Union Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic Usod. No Detention Business. Hunting, Fishing, llathlng anl all klnils of recreation for tbe tourist, luralM or sportsman. This lino runs through tbe Alleghany Mountain., on the banks ol beautiful rlTer.and crtul-nat- e. on ffsVAWteS'i'iSSff, Cincinnati, Ohio rr.fflftL' Att Treatment Mild, Cure Certain nml Permanent. Cure, Xo Pay. Obaerratlon Car. on Day Trains. Regular ticket, good for itop-or- e r and all can be comFrom bined without extra expense, lor full Information, ratf. at Hotels, analysis of.M dlclnal Springs, 1'ullman bleeping Carapace, Ticket., Ac, call on or address W. B. McIlOIlKRT.S, W. II WHITTLKsKV, Ticket Agent, Trar. i'auenger Agt Xo Ky. Loulsrille, Ky, Stanford, first-cla- THE SIM NIIOHE. ss LI. I. uJUtic-GrjiNi Konle." 8hortost and Quickest Ronto from Oan tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Lino Ilctween o. w.NMiTii, Oen'l Wiutern Gcn'l Manager, Blehnin"t Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Charges tnod'Mte Dr. N. can lie consulted fre of .barge anil will be found at bis office at all tne next inree uicmm times l.r Br permlslon he refer, to tbe lollowlnis 8. lJjsley, t A. Lackey, S. Irwin, . btanford. Ky ; Jud,'e d V. Lee, Tom Murpliy. Temple, John M. Fpoonaniurn, aim ioik, jj.ii' 1. Tllle, Ky.j Iter. J.A. IWgle, Hu iotiTl!i, II. u. Sutton, J. S Uoblnron, Laocsiter Ky ; Thus, II. Walker. C. C. Chrimian Kirksllle, Ky i J. H. Jounson, liryantsvllle. iiy.;J I', lunlcl, McKln- -. .w-lncy; hy.: J isosicy, i.uinm n.) Canipbwhvllle, Kt ; A A McHlunls, Howling Hughes, W. Judge On'n. Ky.; Ueo. Bohon, otium.te, JMcAfee, Ky. llsrrodsliurg, Ky.; C. C. I). O. KDWAKDS, l'iLger AgHiit. Cincinnati, O Sooth-Boun- ii, w. r'i.i.i:n, tlen'l i'aas'r Agt Vlrln, LEXIXGTO.V aV Schedule in Kffit May so. lSSJ. Bo. Ex Lve. Covltigton 6, GISCISSXTI Ao, I ? "No. 1!" Ex. Hun 610 p tu Sun. 10 a in S S 10 11 Dally ECZEMA For the benefit of sultailug humanity ! Arr. Tart., S " beurtfeltgratllule at the wondrrful rrsults. I deem It only my duty loglt thlt unaollcltod 'n fasor 01 Swift' Specific My wife ha. bean altllcted with heredltury hrrnia or Salt In Inriucy; It has lncrt.isp-Itheuiu fro u wlih each ruceretng iprlog, aud being .oiuewbat .killed In me cliis mjicif, I trlol ev ery reuudy I could tbluk of for years -h- arups-rllla ninililned with Terr form of I'otmil.i' ''Cu licura," plll.ot eiery kind and hundreds ol otbrr and In Wlncheali-- r.ria a m IS p m II 8) a m u r . 10 ttpu! '.'Uptf 21 o ni 00 pm 10 piDI 2 00 5 to pm pm pu 10 11 Itlcbmoud.... ItowlanJ Lve. Kicliiuiud. Arr. ltrei " Llvlngaton. NORIIt-ISOUN- I jticiuicr .... 1.' 20 3 0o 0 41 P m rt ipm, No, II pm pm, 6io pm 7 tS ! 8 25 p ui hr SWim ''ipm 00 am -- ....I ...... No. ... No. & .1 I i. ,"" Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT FEE ply lo OrFICF--S, Cnlws successlul. Twenty years experience. ApJ1ILO II. STEVKXS A CO. Washington, D.C., CleTtUnd, O., Detroit, Mich., Chicago, 111. MAMMOTH CAVE! AMEHICA'S GREATEST WONDER Write lor c'ub rates and get 10 or more of your fronds to vl.lt this Interesting Car, ficajipn ticket, to Cave freo to summer boirders. Tho oolt'tt .ummer resort known. Thermometer 60 drg'ees at the mouth of csto. A good band In Lessee Maramoiu Care Hold, 33.2m U.r.CO.VSTOCIC. CTe City Ky. A Gramcl THE Combination JOURNAL eg, i-- INTERIOR remedb a, lotion, and alkali v.ihei of(icr kind, lut they all gave only temporary relief. Dining th rprtug of 1881 In r lower exlrrmltle. became so InlUiiied and sore that .be wai ol.llgoil to keep ttieui constantly coated with a coT.riug of "Fu. lei's lUrlli, ' inlxwl wi't and allowid to dry on. AmoDgother things, he was.lltlclod wltb a periodical nerroiia beailacbe. occurrlcg regularly erery seven d.y. .oiuetliue. follow l by lnterintttent fever for week, at a time so that her lllc became a burdtn to bcr. Thl. spring I determined that .he should take 8.H.S ,and follow atrlclly the direction. In regard todo.e, diet, eic Tbl. wss .bout stvea eek. ago. Alter taking tbe first large bottle the disrate seemed lo Increaa; the burning, Itching and inflammation became unbearable, bho, however, persevered In tbe use of the mtJtcluo Af J r taking tbe second bottie the Ictlvniusllon began to subside. After the third hottlt tho inllsmmatlou dliapeared, creotid led up and turned white and scaly and tlcilly .ho bruibed them olf In an Impalpable white powder resembling pure .alt. She I. now taking the sixth bottle, thre four time. dally Kverr appearance of tne dlacatc tins goue and her llcsh is becoming soft, whit" and .uiooili again; and what la more, her periodical headaches have dliaptearcd and she is now, at c years oi age, enjoyiut me oniv goon health tbe hat kciowa for upwadtof 10 years. No wonder she di clans with etuphllW that every bottle of , S. S. is worth a llioui.ud times lis weight in gold, Any further luforuiatlnn concerning her cue will be cheerfully given by herself at her residence, 18) Mullett street cr by me, JOHN K. IlKADLKY, l Urlswold street. IVitrolt, Mich., May 1(5, 183J. table-ipjoim- Lve. Livingston.., Arr. ItlcbiLoud ... IS a m Lve. Ibiwlanl 7 15 a m " LtncJiter 8 05 a ml., Arr. Ulclinnnt n pi a m l( Lve Itlrliuiond 0 00 a in I 2(1 p m Arr. Winchester.. . 7 00am 22Sniul! a 03 a m 3 18 a in ., Arr Paris Lto. Lexington ... 7 25 a ml ? .10 p m' Lve I'arls 8 15 a mi .1 n p in SO a mi R 00 p Arr. Covington L.. im i " lierea 00 n in 10 11 W a in 2 .1 sopm " 33 pm 6 55 pm .MAY.SVII.I.K IIK.V.VCII. NOSTH-llOCN- So. Al, Dally L'oT6!. Dally 2 00 pm 4 35 p m 5 25 pm 7 50 p m 'Ex. Bun, Kx. Sun. Lve Covington..... " Lexington ,.., Arr Mayavlllo SOCIII-noPV- " Tarl Tto. Dally Dally Ur. Sun. Ex. Sun 6J NoTsT" Lvo Mayavllle... Arr 1'arls Lexington., Cnlngton ' n 5 45 a ml l 00 pm 8 10 a mi 3 is pm 0 10a ui' 6 10pm 80s in' 0 00 pm And tbo Loulsrllle Many Itusftian peasants gather a certain grasi known as Ivan tea, with which they adulterate" Chinese tea. Same of tho poas-anfind It more profitable to pick Ivan tea thaiuigraltoud to regular farming. plei Adulteration of Ten. ts Four Arctia Kxpoilltluus, Law. Too Small for Tun-HoGorminy will send out four so partita ArcISomerville Journal. wo papers for littlo One year for only tic expeditions during tho coming winter. Hhodo Island has Jut passe 1 a more than tbo price of oue. They aro intended to commonco exhaustive; law. Wo should think an eight-hou- r researches in tho Russian Mauls in tbo bo big enough for a little stato llko By paying utSJ you will rccelre for ono your l, North Arctic ocean. tbo your homo paper with tbo Ithodo Island. Weekly Courier Jo iirnal Courier-Journa- Nous. Trains Sand 4 are dally between Win. cluster. Lexington nnd Covington; other tralnr antdally except bunday. Train No. I runs va Lexington nnd Paris, and ItA.ure to get the genuine and tend for Trcatlss not via Winchester and Paris. rn Illood aud Sk'n Dlcare. free, tor sale by all Direct ronn.ctlons nre inadoat Winchester with Tin; swirr simu ific co . Druggists Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling. Ashlanl Drawers, Atlanta, (la. Huntington, Charleston, W. V., and clt. 157 W, 3d st., New York. I Aug. 7) ton-hou- r, OFS3KA HOUSE, STANFOrtD. EY. - - aCD:i!ng!o,,:0nJ' t. V.? A WlnSSK Wlut is One Jug. my opinion of real "swoet" poo fcnistltne finds a fly in tho S examine the label on whlci Is printed and remit ui tbe amount you are In arrears. joi your name owe if -- - T Stif nveraga - iintici iimi iii of kjv ihrnii?hn'it the United auiounis to 1 5,000.000 daily. N 11- Proprietor W. P. WALTON, reprrseniatlre newspaper of tbo South, democratic and for n taritt" for reTenue only, and tbn best, Klght coundeie sets of Seen, Size of Stage,'2i)x50. brightest and ablest family weekly In tho Unltt-a to Matt. Those who desire can examine this.smple ery. Seating capacity, Includlrg gallery, C00 eftce. do so at Kcaiftnable rates to good nttractlnua. Addrrtf copy of tbo Courier-Journd al "cli". .Ilna Lf2m checked to iQy destination reacbe.1 by s railroad. 8. F. n. MOIISK, W. II. WHtXTLKSr.Y. rassenger Agent. Trav. P.im. Agciit. w MlTl,l,,0U, K7, H. W. FULLKIt, Kr General Manager, (j.n '.'.'W' I -- Ac im..;a, hV ia,