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TO BUILDERS 41-l- tn Despite the unreliability of malls and lerter bearers, I make one more attempt to t ubUthctl Tttaadava and Friday reach the Interior Journal In advance of its publication, Sa.UU Attention ia called to tbe sale of perwnanpald strictly In advance. If we ha- -s to sonal property of L. B. Adams announced In aaother column. We are aorry to lose wallanr time, 93,00 will b charged. Mr. A. and hia family, but we can not say, W. P. WALTON. M Princes Hal. said of FallslalfWe could $nierior$ournaI HUSTON VI LLE. LINCOLS COUNTY. OARRARO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. 1 IJ3K ANNUM DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY I net. Mattie Mr.Cuat. N. Gray aad Ml Ware obtained license to marry on lt 21 Mr. 0. V. Coleman, who ht been Tery ill for toine time Mt, died Saturday n!(ht at 10 o'clock of disease of the liter. Her. tl J Perry died thla (.Monday) morning at 3 o'clock of blood poisoning, ctitfed from the breaking of hli leg, which occur red a week ago laat Thursday. He would hate been 70 years old next Noyember. Mr. John F. Z.mmeraiao, familiarly known m "Uncle Jack," wm quite lick lait week but ii now contiderablf better. Capt. Jack Rwigerl and family, of Woodford, are Tilting the family of Mr. Wm. Lyne, thit county. The family of Mr. A. P. Wilion are Waiting relative in Berrien county, Michigan. Mr. I. 8. Watt, of LouUfille lain town, the RUeat of Mr. QUI Boyle. Col Wm. Duke la in Independence, Mo. lie may conclude to make bia home there in the future. Cpt. D A. Murphy iaiu town to day at'U harping on that removal, Heaaya he did not write any of the abutive article" concerning President Clereland, which ap. peared in the Danville Iribunt, that "John Will" Zimmerman wrote tbtm or rather "John Will" obtained (?) from a New York paper edited by a democrat, a3 at lait what waa aaid about Mr. Clereland and Maria Htlpin came from a democratic aource. He haa considerable to aay about what launch frienda oi hit, the democrats of Frankfort are, and what nice little men they be, etc. He eaya Jeema Marra haa not been conGrmed Postmaster of Danville yet and that he will not be, that the democratic paper of which Marra wai editor raid ugly thing about tbe late President Gaifield and about Jamea 0. Maine and that the cflenalre partiatn knife ia a two edged weapon and will cut both way. In the meantime Ditid atill superintends. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed by to Jno, B. Fish. 8ii?y, for shooting Idol, wm held over cirruit court under $350 bail. Cattle and mules are bringing good price up here. A great many hare chang ed handa lately. B P. Morton ia moving to the house recently cccupled by Mrs. Nicholson near the depot. Jo. Frrxtr will move to the property which be haa (tut bought from J. J Williams, near Willie Griffin' mill. Hud Lear who haa been conGacd in jail fcr about a month awaiting the pleai-u- re of the Superintendent of the Lunatic Asylum to receive him, waa discharged last week, hia mind having become sound and all right. Don't think there was ever very much the matter with him. Mr. H. K. Aahly is tbe "bos" fruit grower of this county. In his. orchard, one alf mlie from town, over 9,000 trees of dif-rent varieties are planted, and the most of them are just beginnlug to bear. We had the pleasure jcjterday of seeing and partaking of aome of hia peachea and we fojnd them to bs thi best wo have eaten for long time. Mr. Aihby la furniihing the neighborhood with fruit and btaides Is drying or evaporating about 20 bushel per day. He usca the Ztmmermnn evaporator. Thi ii the orchard in which Mr. John Mills-r- , of Lancaster, is interested. Misi Ella Joplln, of this place, ia teaching school near Paint L'.ck. MN Ida Alarm returned lait Wednesday night from John II. WI1-lia- un a visit in Clark county. has gone to Dtnville, Va , to engage In business ith Mr. Dud Walker, recently of this county. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kep pert hive returned from Lexington nnd Winchester. F. L. Tnompson. M. C. William, 8. W. Parrh and Ebsrt Fish went to Louisyillo yesterday to buy goods and C.pt. A. II. Ethos at.il pee the expoition. family will return to Zvneivillo, Ohio, one day this week. Capt. Jack Adams has been very sick for several days, but is rapidly nt this writing. better have spared a better man." Mrs. Sam Brown is said to be improving under treatment of a lady practitioner from Junction City, Miases Lucy and Kate Bogle expect to leave on Saturday for North Middletown. The Miases Crow have gone to Cildwell lastitute at Dan ville. Friday night gave us a glorious rain which haa greatly revived our pirched and withering vegetation. It waa attended with a severe thunder storm, but hear of no damage near us except the cremation of a couple of liar stacks belonging to T. L. Carpenter. The lawn party at W. F. Carpenter'a on Thursday night, in honor of the cooking club, la spoken of as having been an exceedingly pleasant aflair. The ladies who attended are enthuiiastic in their praises of Mr. and Mrs. C. There seems to have been some disappointment growing out of the absence of Stanford from the entertainment. Tola was probably caused by the failure of my note of invitation to be in time for the paper. Dr. Bobon hurled a 35-l- b. melon through our gate Saturday and demanded a prompt, unequivocal and emphatic retraction of the charge that he had dodged hia invited party and gone to camp meeting on the praceeding Sunday. He says be doe not claim to be a first class saint con-fe- e to having been seen at political meetings, horse races, cock fights and even temperance lectures, but indignantly denies that he never witnessed a bae ball exhibition or attended a camp meeting. The Dr. plead guilty of the charge of having been abent at the time specified, but claims that he waa called to visit a sick relative and alleges that before leaving home he made every preparation for the accommodation of his expected gueata. Of course we withdraw the charge and assure him we would rather etay with bim a week than accuse him unjustly. I notice that Nashville is becoming restive to regard in the status of the projected railroad. There sems to be a suspicion that tbe design is to sell out tbe whole thing to the L. & N. and that neither Stanford nor Nashville will derive any advan tage from tbe enterprise. Is it not about time that those who haye been parading tbe dazzling brilliancy of the thing along the line should rise and explain? We make no point of order, but suggest the question of privilege. The people who have taken so much interest in the matter and labored so xealodaly for the carrying out of the project have surely a right to inquire il net demand an answer whether they bare simply been used as a cat's paw to pull out the cheatnuta for the cunning Please let us know railroad monkey? whether the idea of competition and low rate ia sincere, or a mere sham to secure monopoly and unlimited uninterrupted power to an institution grasping and remorseless. One thing ia certain, the people want information and are certainly entitled to it. Will the railroad authorities please to show their hand? Lancaster. Elder J. W. McGarvey will deliver his celebrated illustrated lecture on the Holy Land at the Christian church next Monday evening, An admission price of 2J cents will be charged and the proceeds be donated to Ilsv. W. I. Fowle. All should attend. Col. John K. Faulkner, ex Surveyor of the Port of Louisville, is here mingling with bis many friends. Miss Efiie Potts, of Richmond, is the guest of her brother, Mr. II. C. Potts. Mr. J. J. Walker left Moo- day morning for a business trip to Fort W orlb, Texas, He will remain about a month. The following card will appear in the XiiM this week. We hope it will at once and forever pat a stop to the scurrilous reports which are circulated about tbe health of our town: A CAItl). We. the undersigned, physicians of Lan caster, state that there has not been (and is not now), an epidemic of typhoid In our vicinity tbis summer. We furthermore state that the town is in a perfect sanitary condition, there is not a single case within the limits of town, and there is no danger whatever in parents sending their children to our schools and colleges, II. C. Herring, J. B, Kinnalrd, Jecnings Price, W. 8. O'Neal, Nelson Mays, Wm. N. Bush, Wm. Huffman, O. P. Hill. Court Notes. Very little has been done in the court so far. The case of the Commonwealth against the Beat boys for murder was continued, it being doubtful whether Col. W. O. Bradley was able to go into trial. The case against Henry Clay for murder is set for (Tuesday). Tbe grand jury returned 10 indictments and adjourned. In the suit of Joseph Benge, by his guardian against Sam'l Hiatt's estate, the jury returned a verdict awarding plaintiff $3,700. The plaintiff is a d bastard child of Sam Hiatt and the suit was upon a contract by his mother, Jennie Benge, with Hiatt for the benefit of the child. There will be no appeal. A few other cases of minor importance were tried. seven-year-ol- This season is the wont for the circuses that they have known in ten years. It is said that not one has cleared any money and many haye lost heavily. It ia aaid that Miss Betsy Cleveland haa at last consented to permit her pictute to appear In her book and that the next edition will contain a correct likeness of her. Instead of twelve magistrates, Fayette county is cumbered with sixteen of theee gentry four in the city and twelve in the country. A gentleman of artistical turn of mind calculates that nearly $2,000,000 annually la paid by the State to these worthies for doing absolutely nothing. A mem-he- r of the next Legislature, who was in the city yesterday, said he would introduce a bill this winter to abolish the office. Lex ington Letter. An old negro man was engaged at 30 cents a day at the last term of the court in Martinsville to place his head at an opening as a target for parties who pay five cents for three throws of a base ball at it. The old fellow was struck at least 100 times on the top of the head by a hard base ball thrown from a short distance, and didn't even wink, until a man who could throw the ball with the force of shot from a gun strack him on the head. When the ball struck him he scratched his head and asked his employer contractor how many hours he had to put in. The man told him he had earned 20 cents. "Well give me dat," said br; "my head is getting soft. Lynchburg VirginI felt dat last ball." ian. Yosemite Xtics; Constable James Clayton went to Liberty Tuesday night, having in custody George Stroud and Hugh Elliott, who are charged with killing Henry McDance and wounding Jim Floyd, near Mt. Olive last Saturday. They had an examining trial and were committed to jail without ball. Aunt Harriet Taylor, 90 years old, killed a rattlesnake, the other day, five feet long and IS inches in circumference and had 17 rattles. John Coffey, who has two witnessses to prove his assercopper heads at one tion, killed fifty-eikilling. x Jacob Higgles is ouite lowofconaumn. tlon. J F Cr-o- n is Iki bedfast snd it is very doubtful about the recovery of either. r Mrs Dr. Uroiuugh and mother, Mr Col Muiidiy. le'i for Stanford Friday after a two week' visit to the fsmily of R. 11. lironaugh We had several nice showers Imt week. although tt'i laietodo tbe corn crop any good, you can n .lice (he change iu the ap- pearauce olgras'. Mr E iz ibeth Brooks and Miss Mol-li- e have returned from a yisil to relatives in Kin snd Missouri. R. B. Ward and D. C.Payne have gone to the citr with sheep aud cattle. 8 A. Middleton and John Racheatir each sold to Jesse O. Cox a mare mule coll for$6. Mr. Cox also boueht 8 poiinn mules in Pulaski county at an average cost o!$.ou per head. Good hogs are lo demand here at 4 cents per nound and mm have changed hands at that price. The Trustees of Crab Orchard Collegiate School deserve mention for the improvements upon their building and grounds last week. They built a new fence In front. laid a splendid new walk from the bui'd- Ing to the street, built a coal house, and gave the building a thorough boIds? over from top to bottom. But we rausn'i for get to say Prof. Hawes deserves a good deal of credit for It too. Prof. Hawes and wife arrived last week and have taken rooms at the Harris Home and will open school (Monday) at tne College building. He has also secured tbe services of Prof. Havercamp, a German music teacher of note. Prof. Hawes has tbe reputation of being a splendid teacher and he has a corps of competent assistants and will do all in his power to build up a school at Crab Orchard second to none in the State. Let everyone lend a helping hand. Died, on Saturday, Sept. 5tb, at 10 o'clock a. ., of spinal meningitis. Mrs Jean Lasley, nee Dickinson, wife of J, T.' Lasley. The funeral sermon was preached by Elder J. G. Livingston at the family residence Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, after which, one of tbe largest processions of sympathizing frienda ever seen in Crab Urcbard for many years followed the remains to their Inst resting place in Odd Fellows Cemetery. The husband and aged mother have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community. h-- All narllnfl wftnttnir tirtrlr nr itnnn wnrlr nt in. STANFORD, KY. kind done will find it to their advantage to com Offlcs) South aids Main Street, two doors above tha Myera Hotel) wuu c, ll . lIUHAiC, municate Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered when reHalls Oap, Ky. quired. F. 8UKGEONHUFFMAN, DENTIST, IiEE English & Classical School Christian College Building, DB. W. B. PENNY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office on Lancaster street, next door to Int-iJournal office. Offlce boura from 8 to 12 a. U. and 1 to 5 P. it. Anesthetics administered when neceasary. 1154-- 1 yr. or Dontlat. IirSTOXVILLE, - - - IY. The Third anuual Session will onen WednosJar SKl'T. HI, 1SH.' orCourse of Initructlon tiiorougn. uertioptuent tbe mind the end to be attained. Terms reasonable For circulars apply to JOHN bURUIN. S3 tf .Ml S3 II. 1SUKUIN. Principals All classes or Building Material tor aale at my premises on tbe Uustonvllle pike. F. ItEU), Stanford. 4"-l- LUMBER ! Small Farm For Sale never-fallla- 9IILLEKSBI7RG ! FEMALEJIOLLEGE This popular school tor young ladles will be re opened, unuer entirety new auspices, Situated iy. miles from Stanford on the Danville pike, containing V Acres In a hljhatate of cultivation, new dwelling with 4 rooms and kitchen, g two snrinzs. Ac. Add ess 62-- 1 m Stanford II . Is. UA SEPTEMBER 9th, Prosidont, AKD nsox, 1885, ICE! ICE! ICE! lea to regular customers In Stanford and vicinity every morning at Accounts due at the close of each month, or when customer quits. 19-- tf Hov. C. Fopo, of Augusta, Qa., as I will deliver Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady Principal, ONE CENT PER POUND It. E. IiAIiltOW. AST enced laeultles in the State. Parents may rest assured of tbe most thorough training ot their daughters In all that pertaine to mind, manruri and moralt. It committed to our care. For catalogues containing information as to terms, Ac, address KEY. C. POPE, Millersburg. Ky. Or MR3. 8. C. TIIUEUEAUT, Stanford, Ky. Aided by one of the moat Competent and Experi- Masoulioimer's Restaurant Opposite CouaT-HousK DANVILLE, . - KENTUCKY, Stanford Female College, eTA.rviroivr, The cext aess'on of thla n ifi. Meals are served at all hours. Game always on hand and In ita 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. TF. JIASONIlEIll Elt & CO., Danville, Ky. ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pres. PIANOS, ORGANS, begin on MUSIC, sic We are agents for the John Initutlon will Church Co., of Cincinnati, old and rellablo of PiOhio, for the sale MONDAY, SEPTEMBERS. 1885. The President assisted by --r- anos. Organs, Automatic Musical Instrument, and Musical Merchandise in Lincoln and Garrard A Corps of Efficient Instrnctors, Will endeavor to give careful training and thor ough Instruction to tbe pupils committed to his charge. Terms ressonalei cena lor circular. counties, Kentucky. Jlontlitu 1'aumentH received until Mid for. 27i bent Htatitlnrtl Co,, Hmalton Bros., makers: wm. KnabeA Kw England Pianos, Decker A Son, Everett and either upright or square. In Organs, the follown ing makers: Clough A Warren, John Church ACo. and the Sterling, with tha patent The Celentcotl,en Automatic Musical Instrument, tae most perfect In tho world. Illustrated catalogues sent treo to all who apply, also the best references from those who have bought and tried any of the above musical Instruments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. 37-l- Chime lletls Attachment. TESTIMONIALS: (From J. J. White, Professor of Greek Washington A Lkk University. t Lexisotoh, Va., July 15. 1882. J Mr. Alex. S. Paxton graduated at thla Institution In 1861. Has been engaged In teaching ilnce the war, and being capable and conscientious, has been very successful In bis profession. From James A. Walker, recently Lieut.-Qornor of Virginia. Nkwbkbic, Va., June 20, 1872. It affords me pleasure to bear testimony to the qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. 8. Pax-to- n as a teacher. Hie discipline Is kind, but firm and good. From tbe Iter. J. Rice Bowman, D. D. Uarbisonbcko, Va.. July 4, 1882. ', I take pleasure In testifying to Mr. Alex.S. high literary attalnmenta, bla zeal in his profession, his facility In Imparting Instruction and bis conscientious regard tor the moral as well aa the Intellectual development ol the youth committed to his care. From S. P. Hall, Sec. Board of Trustees Bolivar er Pax-ton- 8. It. L,. J. COOK. L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. -- TUB Tbe following ia handed ua by Collector Bronatcn for publication, and is of interast to everybody: It will bo understood and appreciated why changes in tbe revenue department have not nor can not be made at this timo. "Act of July, 1334. That Storekeepers and Gaugers who are assigned to distilleries whose registered capacity is twenty bushels or lew tball xoceive two dollars per day for their services; and no collector in any district shall recommend nor eLall there be appointed or commissioned, more Deputy Collectors, Storekeepers, Gaugers aud Inspectors, or other officers, or allowed to remain in com mission, more of any of raid officers at any one time, tban fifteen per cent in excess o( the number ac tually engaged in performing duty at the time, and indispensably npcsss.iry for the performance of said duty." Iu tho Sth district there is now under commission the full quota attained by law, and new appointments can not be made until a numThe fact ia admitted by an interviewed ber sufficient to reduce the force cither reHUowuisn that the feato of beastH and chil sign or are suspended to meet tha requireRichmond Register. dren in the aawduat ring are, in the miiu, ments cf law. From the biggest produced by torture. authority say: "There A plenbant to the smallest girl on bu enuestri- are iu this country alone, in round numnnV abouldera, compuldon under tho fear bers, 43,000,000 sheep. The annual lamb He of severe punishment Is tbe incontive prcducticn is about 13,000,000. Tbe annual remembered that a man once had a email loss of lambs, on an average, to fully by; in training as a hurdle rider of lour amHlie annual loss of grown sheep ttonies. The act ia a familiar one aa done is 1,890,000; end this loss of both lambs and with full sized horses by an adult, the per old sherp is mostly the result of insuffformer standing on the back of one animal icient fco 1 and neglect. No wonder that managing them all by reins, and Anally tbe men who deliberately etarve their sheep leaping along with his own steed over the to death and sell the emaciated survivors hurdles The youngstar had Bn arduous of the stock for CO cents a head, don't make winter Rt the work and finally mastered it sheep farming pay!" Stock Breeder. his greater terror of tho teacher Judge William Lindsay, of Kentucky, of tho horseback danger. iNow, It is in rdltional usage umong circus peopio mat ia spoken of as good timber (or tho position mile mutt be on the face of the perform- - of Judge of the Supreme Court of the A Mllet girl wiliimii ner caarncierin United States, whea one of the present re uriiiiil lm nn nrcHter a cttrioaity .i publican Judges dies or resign, He is the an an equestrian who did not show his imi man for tho position, ard wo hope the lath along with his aRlll v. , t. ima..IIi1u In .mllo President will put him in tho pi ice wlun . tlild lounil Ii aimo.iv iujjiuoriu.r ,,",".' stead, a distrustful expression oi ingni that miserable Bradley gives tip the ghost, face. That would not do and ,me into his Richmond Rrgleter. wbr literally clubbed until ne amiiru. well-know- n Mulo, 1 yearling Four broke Mules. 1 Mule, 1 large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer, 1 yearling Heifer, 2 Calves, 2 very fine thoroughbred Cows, 1 thoroughbred Bull Calf, I aged JenOnly one change to points 1 n net, 1 Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September, over 15 handa high and one of tbe best in tbe State for bis age; about 12 bead of bogs, 100 gallons of very fine Blackberry Wine, about 4 years old, 20 barrels of old corn, 10 bushels of old wheat, More than 22,000 persons are annually 130 barrels of new corn In tho field, 3 stacks of destroyed in British India by wild beasts. hay, several thousand bundles of oats, a lot of bacon and lard, together wit hall ot tho farming The tiger alone, in 18S3, killed 0S3 people, Implements, consisting of plows, barrows, 1 besides 40,000 cattle. wheat drill, t mower, 3 farm wagona, among wagon, nearly new, 1 spring Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive them 1 Positive Cure for Piles. wagon, 1 hay rake, 1 bui-gand harness, wagon special rates. and plow gear, acd various other articles too ot ttili county wo would aay tba. To the people numerous to mention. SVSee Agents of this Company lor rates, routos we hare btcn given tbe Agmcy of Dr. Murcblil'i Terms reasonable and trade known on day of sale. Ac-- , orwrltn Italian rile Ointment emphatically guaranteed C P. ATMORC, (J. P.A.T. A., O.J. M V. Ii. CHOW, jrrn., Odd Stanford, Ky. Louisville, Ky. to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Weeding or Itching Piles. Price 60c a box. For sale by Penny A McAlIstcr, Drugglats. During eight centuries one's direct ancestors amount to a far greater number than would at first be contemplated. Taking three generations to a century, one has father and mother (2), grandparents (4), great grandpsrenta (8). At the end of tbe second century the number of ancestors spring to Gl Following the calculation you will find that at the end of eight cen turiea one is descended from no less than 10,000,000 ancestors. Miss Fanny Cosby, the popular Sunday-schohymn-makeis now fifty five years of age, and from girlhood has been totally bliod. She is below the average statue, and is rather delicate in appearance, and lives in plain style on Forarthe street, New York. She has written fully fifteen hundred hymns, many of which have proved very popular. She is represented as always bright and cheerful. -- N. Y. Herald. OREAT- - THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUB- - Acaden-y- . ol Madison villk, Tenn., April 1, 1879. Prof. Alex. S. Paxtoa taaght In Bolivar Male A Female Academy. Hia general deportment u that of a refined, Christian gentleman. In the school room be proved himself a ripe scholar, a good disthorough and efficient instructor and (47) ciplinarian. SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers . Louisville to Niisliviile, Memphis' tf SALE OFJTOCK! at public auction As Executors of James Crow.dec'd, we will, at hi, late residence, four miles Northwest of Stanford, on the Stanford A Shelby City pike, sell On Tuesday, Soptombor 22, 18S5, The following property, Atlanta, AYa sTVarWllaTkM IJttle Rock. Mobile aud New Orleans. "Greek? Do I understand Greek?" eaid a jolly German. "Veil, I shooet can schmiie. Vy, ven I vas a leetlo poy, I alvays swim in dot greek inabteadt of dot ribber." Arkansas and Texas, EMIGRANTS two-hor- st Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Wo emphatically guarantco Dr. Marcultl'a a Female Remedy, to euro Female Diseases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inllammat'on and Ulceration, Falling and Dlaplacemeit or bearing down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ol from the above, Uko Headache, DloattDg, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation of ths Heart, Ac. For salo by Prices land 81 50 pr bottle Send to Dr. J. U. Marchlil, Utlca, N. V,, for pamphlet, free. For sale by Penny A. McAllster. Druggists. Drug-glst- PUBLIC SALE THE SEIrTLWEEKLY- - Stock. Crop, ter, on Dlx River on All cf the c. As Administrator of J. If. Brute, dee'd., I will oUVr for stle at hia lato residence In Garrard county 3 miles from Lancas- a. THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, ISS3, a1alsSHaKBnN BTANIOBD, KY. TLLfcsKa'- - 1HIB' H! isaffTtttlM Stmt I . liVTlvV i?jeiiso3vvij ruoPEiiTy at tbo timo - The late Secretary Frelinghuysen had a Buckton's Arnica Salve. THE BEsT SALVE in tbe world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Fever Sorei, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns aud all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It lsgusranteod to give parfect sat Isfactlon, or money relundcd. Price SS cents per box. For sale by Penny A. McAllster. An Answer Wanted, Can any ono bring us a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Electric Hitters will not spcodlly cure? We say they cau not, as thousands ot cases On tho Farm on which be resided of his death, consisting lu part as follows.- Interior Journal ! W. P. "WALTON, Pro'r. Is published every Tuesday and low price of at tha conviction that if he ever went to eea he would be drowned. So he never went to sea. He was nominated and confirmed as Minister to England by President Grant. His commUsion was made out. He went to Washington to receive his instructions from Secretary Fish. At the last hisjdread of tho ccean overcame him. Ho rcfueed to leave the United States and he handed back his commission. N. Y. Tribune. 81 cattle 31 head of extra Yearling 8leer. 14 Cows and Holfera, mostly thoroughbred. 3 thoroughbred Bull Ctlves. 1 Heifer Calf, tboroughbrel. .... iu already permanently curtd and who are dally recommending Electric Blttera, will proro The Richmond Btguler baa an item head- Brlght'a Disease, Dlabntcs, Weak Back or any uri nary complaint quickly cured. They purify the ed "Married Across the Fence." This is blood, regulate the bowels and act directly oc tho misleading, for the bride and groom were diseased parts. Every bottle guaiantecd. For salo on the same side of the fence, and only tbe at 50c a tiottlo by l nny & McAllster. minister on (bo ether side. But after all, An Enterprising, Reliable House. where is the difference, for any live bride Penny a McAllster can alway a be relied upon fence so quick after not only to rarrr in steel: the best of everything, would ekln over the the ceremony it would make her head but to secure tbe Agency of such articles as have swim, and if she didn't the groom would well known merit and are popular with tho peo pie, thereby sustaining the reputation ol betug all. Mt. Sterling and don't you forget. ways enterprlslug aud ever reliable. Having secured tho Agency for tho celebrated Dr. King's "Ihss, hab you got ouy ob dem confound New Discovery lor Consumption, will eelt It oa a positive guarantee, will surely cure any and cavortic pllU?" "Yes. Dj you want them every aflectlon of It I.ucgi and Chest, aud to Throat, plain or coated?'' ' Dunne. I want dem show our confidence, we invite you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. ones what's whitewashed." Ser-tlne- Bull, very fine animal. three year-old splendid Work Mules. 20 pure bred Short-woSheep, Bucks and Ewes. 1 thoroughbred Colt, by Harry O'Fallon. 1 extra nice Yearling Cult, by Barnoy Wilkes. 1 thoroughbred Mare. 1 family Hone 1 -- 9 TWO DOI.Y.ARS PER YEAR. JTOB Of 'VTVOIEX.DKL ALL CLASSKS 10 Hogs. 320 bushels Seed Wheat. 7J bushels of Barley Ti"oatly und Cheaply Esooutod. I)t of oil Corn. growing Corn lOstackaof Hay. t 2 stacks of Oats; nnd Kitchen Furniture. Household Wagons acd Farming Implements In great variety and of the verr bwt Including ono new ()j. borne Binder, 2 good Wagons, 1 Cart, Harrowa, Sulky Plow,, Doublo Shovels, Drills, Mowers, 'i Acres ot The Mirrpr is no llatterqr. Saws, Wagon Iteds, Rockaway. 2 Buggies and Harness, Wagon and Plow Gear, Jc., Ac. For all sums of pJO and under, cash; Tkbms: over that auiouut, lour months' credit. Bonds with approved aecurliy required, bearing Interest at the iato or 5 percent, per annum, payablo to llotk Tools. Would you ' the Administrator. Sale to begin at Da. i. particulars, call on or addresaj. F. Robinson, on tba premises, poatottlco Laucaster, Ky. jr. jr.. lltlVL'i:, A am v., T. D. 151.91) Danville, Ky. make it tell a sweeter tale,? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glass. We nursed trie flickering life as tenderly as The excute of feiator Blackburn for If the little one had been a human infant. his part in the Marpbr business is puerile It was fearfully human. la fact, bat for In th extreme. The Paris --Vctco saya he fries "to explain his ction in the caso by Goes in RapturciOver the Himalay. the Bible, then would bo no difficulty, 'tf h r an fifl&seti. studying monkey life aJUUe while, la beDEALER IN September 8, 1856 saying that he ha no lqve for Murpby, Stiaford. Ky lieving the "missinn link" theory. Poor Hardware, and nothing against Mr. Grublv; he is Horse Shoo, Groceries?, ftaddlcs. We missed it for a against Mr. Durham receiving so much "Praise the Lord. God is Love and No- little Flibertigibbe'l iron, Halls, Qnecnswnre. nnRKy Whips, WALTON. W. P. day or two. Jacko has recovered spirits consideration from the administration." thing me." BiiRW Wheels, Stores, Cane "l-T-cttoo and practices the flying trapeze as if Thus for the "ke of spiting a man who is his ejwer Mills, iXp "-- ware. uraicH, she had never known a grayer sphere of ItllttB. n i.. .. Tub rcckleaanesa with which people run peer, if not his superior in every respect, he "pRoericcT Point," Landour, N. India, 1 life. " u, vuni nueiierx, Collars, , Blessed forgetfulneea of sorrows, in July 25th, 1885. in debt and the careleatnti-- not to taj con tries to keep in office the meanest and dirt Dear Interior. I come to this side of man or monkerl How could the world Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined tsmpt, wlih which ther regard such obliga-tlon- iest partisan, that a long sufficing people lowi, live without this alleviation of gentle Gait rnmpi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. TfaZoof" and is the growing carte of the whole ever permitted to live. To peditlon with the world again, to remain until we leave such democrats. Long retention in office it. As time, opportunity and inclination oblivion? Ever in Jesus, counlrr and particularly of this fection. ,ln?,ad attorin w111 h Prompt attention. Geo. O. Barnes. i -"Owe no man anything" i an injunction of have made them careless of their acts, but permit, I will try and keep your readers e this offense will not go unwhipped of pun posted as to our daily life, as well as gather scripture, disregarded even by tho.e who-Tuoucin Murphy is hardly worth the doty it la to inculcate ideas of honesty and Ishment. Tbe Xats add: Here' the in a desultory way what information, I powder and shot it would take to kill him thing in a nut shell: Durham voted for judge they wish, concerning the "manners and the office that he holds only pays $6 the rendering to every man that which THE NEW GROCERY AXD HARDWARE HOUSE OF longer than last week Randall for Speaker; Randall secured Dur- and customs" of this far off land and peo- per day, his endorsement bv men who have to him, fjr no the constable of this precinct had to call a ham's appointment to office; Durham te ple. As ever it must be currente calamo, c r bean onsidered good democrats and who minister-ofjhj:ope- l out of church to cured the appointment of Grubbs to succeed not at all. The girt ol reviser and cor- aspire leaders and bcsies, has given rector lies not with me. But such as I the case pnminence that It would not rervj a warlHp him for debt. We do Murphy. have I give, with such heartiness that It have otherwl'e deserved From one end of not know anjTOnc of the merits of this tOTS OF CUHRENT EVENTS, shall always be a joy to me to write. When the S;ate to the other comes a howl of con especial case, but we do know that the alRev. Dr. Stephen H. Ting, Sr., is it Is no longer such I will stop. leged christian do not put that stress on demnation of Blackburn, Knott and JohnW.uU kt.d.y a.k your.t.eUlon Ic, th.fact that they hare dead at Irvington, N. Y., aged 85. Ju.t return from ,n c.t.e. ,, . , We, in India, fall, unconsciously, ints ston, and thoe worthies are beginning to importance of faithfully meeting their the fr.h and - .elected ,tock of CUOK'K Col, John B, Wathen, Jr., a Lebanon certain little habits; mysterious, at first to feel that it were better for them if a mill obligati ins that they sh'ould. They appear in purple and fine linen and ro throueh drummer, has been made Indian trader in strangers; afterwards, rather etartlingly sug- stone were about their necks and they gestive. One Is, that when a boot or shoe were cast into tbe sea. We give below the forms of worshiping Him who said Dakota Territory. Wm. Gwln, of California, is to be , "Owe no man anything," while tbe very put on, it is first knocked, heel some sample extracts from lea ling news in endtm variety, dalDty ln familiarly known as "Duke" Gwin, is dead -at alt lime, to mr-i'lTerr want la our line. clothes they weir and bread they eat is down, three or four time on the ground. papers: Addressing the Frankfort clique often obtained with no intention of paying in New York City. After a while one does this from tbe force The You might A mob broke into tbe Lafayette counfor 'them. Hell is full of that kind of of habit, without at all, being aware of do- have raked Kentucky with a !? " christians and if his satanic majesty can ty, Ark., jail and hanged George Crensbaw, ing it. Or if an under or upper garment is comb from the Big Sandy to the Mississip.octnde. fix a hole a little hotter than the other who murdered Harry Sarep. 7K.-- U, to be donned, it is first shaken vigorously pi, and in no district could you have found .. QT,w.re .lock con.!.,. ,n r , of F.Vle, A. M. Dawson, of a Chicago commis th. way of llresd.tuB. w. name Muck-hportions of his burning brimstone realm, and suspiciously inspected, as if it harbor- a man more generally detestable, unworthy and Flour, the VZTc .11 . brated Patent -' (u, '" 1 sion firm, has gone to Canada with a half ed Flour. urtraJled for rake, and ra,lrr, hll. Hie. ,Td we hope he will consign them to it. A man What is the and unacceptable to the democratic parly otic products, 0. M. .. an invisible occupant. . Va , A11 ,b, &,,., ' Lf who regards bis obligations with a sacred million of the firm's money. matter? Simply this. Centipedes and than D. A. Murphy, whose cause you have are here. TnSlone Wooden and W.t.owware, Electric UmW Su.l, The immediate friends of Hon. Thos. scorpions are fond of dark jealousy and meets them when he can, and corner', and like espoused. Are we to understand that andawmrletetIDeofCl..r.a0JTobac.. Well, ihlil. Sif of what , hat we an . , , ,0,lr ,, moat people can who make the proper ef- L. Jones yay he will become a candidate no retreat better than the point of your you prefer a fouljnnd slanderous republik Covington Commonwealth. ""Peetlully, fort, ie more to be honored than a bundled for Governor. shoe, inside, or the sleeve of your garment can like Murpby, who lives within a few !!: Ten murder trials will occupy the atso called, who make sniffling christians, woolen or linen. And after vou once miles of Capt.(Grubbs, to a true and up great pretense of piety and then fail "to tention of the Christian Circuit Court, get either on, the discovery of an infesting right democrat, whose only offense is that which convened yesterday at Hopkinsville. render to Gem the things that are presence is inconvenient and startling, u he lives in Boyle countj? Truly has Judge The aaaeraed value of Abilene, Texas chances of eUch ." and we believe tbe not dangerous. These hill scorpions are Durham becomes bugbear If tbe talent of ior heaven are ten times better even If they is $1,400,000. Three years ago there was much more formidable reptiles than their an entire district frar bis influence. make no professions of religion and do not only a wilderness where the town now confreres on the plains. They are double The Rlchmond;jan(f says the endorseattend church with long faces. Parents stands. the sir., black instead of brown and the ment of the notorious Murphy by Knott, Cbas. G. Amende, the Hoboken drugshould instill into tbe minds of their chilDianas i.t- gist whose mistake caused tbe death of two venom of the sting much greater. The Blackburn, Johnston & Co., "is the greatest dren the importance of being prompt in the larger outrage that tbe democratic party has been is bordering on insanity over centipedes, on the contrary are much young Indie, Drugs, Books, Stationery and payment of debts and society should taboo below; though ugly enough and Tenomnus subjected to. the affair. who all to make the proper tflort to those T Owensboro Mcseenscr. Such treachery ..U. WW. ..W, PU'1-!- . WMi A TCti. Lindsey Buckler shot and killed Aloy enough here, for all practical purposes. We 71 CT obey tbe command "Pay what thouowest." slay without mercy whenever found. That as that of Knott, Blackburn and Johnston Ph jilcl ana' pre acrlptlon Snyder at Loretto, Friday, became he accurately compounded. The ezcute of many when asked for money sias to the democratic party of Kentucky is is pretty frequent since the rains began. are some had assisted in destroying his moonshine is the hard timesTrue, the times I wish I could begin to convey to my something unheard of before. It should distillery. what hard, but these same people toil not, readers the glories of these Himalayan sun- and doubtless will be severelv rebuked Versailles is now connected with the nor do they deny themselves one pleasure, sets. Every one is different from all others when the proper time comes. The Largest Btock of Watches, Clocks, at the outside world by rail, the Midway A Ver- and all are seemingly more beautiful than and are the first persons you meet The Frankfort Capital speaks of the mathaving been completed last Jewelry and Silverware circus, the theatre, the base ball or at any sailles R. R. any before seen. Sometimes tbe whole val ter as one of the m'bet flagrant examples of other place where it requires money to go, Saturday. party disloyalty and misdirected political bouitht to thl, market Price. Lower packed with The miners at Rick Springs, Wyo ley of the Dehta Doon is lb Loweat. Watcbe. docka and Jewalry than and they indulge oftimes in luxuries which influence that has been witnessed since the on aboil notice and Warranted. ming, solved the question of getting rid of billowy clouds as regular and symmetrical their creditors are unable to procure. No according accession of the democrats to power, and the Chinese by killing them and burning as if laid in, one beside another, one feels a greater sympathy for him who to a given pattern, and all as white as wool. takes occasion especially to ttltr to the honestly tries to pay his debts than we, bat their homes. Then they will be broken up like crested indignation aroused by Col. Johnston's thirty-seve- n Out of applicants examinwe have no more consideration for the felsea billows, "driven by the winds and toss- course. low who makes debts with the intention of ed as teachers by the ecbool board of Breck- ed," The Louisville Commercial says Johnston, Anon, as I saw them a few evenings repudiating them or of making no effort to inridge county, only one was awarded a ago, these grand clouds, now salmon color- Blackburn and Knott bare betrayed their s certificate. party and if the democrats of tbe State can liquidate, than we have for anv other thief, The loss by fire in tbe United States ed, shape themselves into a solid rampart, not be and both deserve to be in the penitentiary. pacified, how do thesj betrayers and running along the sky from east lo and Canada during August is placed at S5,- AND hope to look the Preeident in the face, after Charley Kincaid has the timerlty to 500.000. The losses for eight months are west on a level line with little breaks heie recommending a partisan who has made and there like battlemented curtain of a refer to Col. Bowman as the late Cabbage estimated at $05,000,000. ! such attacks upon tbe President Commlstioner of Kentucky, in his WashHugh J. Grant presided at a meeting fort of heaven; over which one could only as a candidate? A Full and complete iMNortuieiii or ington dispatches and adds: "It is a noto- of Tammany Hall Committee on Organiza- long to look to see what lay on the other Furniture cmlirnoiim O (lensboro Inquirer: We have heard so rious fact that Col. Bowman has been an tion Friday night. Gen. Spinoia reported side. It must be the golden city to have much about precedent in ruling the demoeager applicant or candidate for every office John Kelly improved in health and as sure such celestial walls to guard it. Another " ,",'Ko cratic party that we are anxious to know wimt -- ;.n is to be at the political helm during this cam- time with relieving touches of gold upon on the earth from Magistrate up, and it " I juMiriiui, iih i can itml Will iltltl1le the edges of the latter, serried ranks of what precedent there is for the act of the nay priceH yon can oblnlu clHewhcre, said that he would like to have the posi- paign. frclKlit IicIiir milled. Pedro Prestan was tried before a court-marti- mountain and clouds will rise, one above chairman of a Democratic State Committee nil Mmrlmcnt i tion of the man in the moon if it does not KlirondH and It e in tryin,' to keep a democrat out of office at Panama, found guilty of burn- another, with such a wondrous variety of come under the civil service and tbe adby keeping in an oflensive republican like ministration can reach it." We would like ing Colon last March, sentenced to death at shading that no painter ever yet dared to Cap'. Murphy. to kcow what the Col. is going to do about 7.30 r M , and promptly hanged early the throw It upon canvass. It would be scout ElizabeihtownJ-Yn- r. Col. Stoddard John next morning. This is the wav all senten- ed as untrue to life. The lowest mountain this. He should by all means wipe out ces should be executed. almost black; the range above it lead col- ston should at once"relgn his position as with bis blood. the bise insinuations Judge W. L. Brown, of London, is ored; the cloud above that another ehade, Chairman of tbe State Democratic Central Another Kentucky murderer paid the making an effort to obtain the coneent of and still a bank above of nondescript hue, Committee. The party can not allord to penally with his neck, Friday. Williams the Governor and Judge Jackson for the tipped with the molten gold of the setting have a man at its head who recommends a who waylaid and killed Pate Stricklin, was bitter and abusive republican for a Federal latter to preside at the November term of sun. hanged at Cimpton, after confessing his court in Letcher couuty, and office over a respectable democrat. Step especially to What am I writing all this stuff about crime and acknowledging tbe justice of his try the Wash Craft down Stoddard. murder case. and calling it description? It is a mockery, sentence. He had been intimate with Newport Journal: Could anything have ocLee Sellers, who robbed and mu e red But I must say something. It would seem Stricklin'a wife and she becoming enamored EJgar Malnes curred more astonishing to the democracy near Knoxville, was taken like a crime, to hold my peace, and all this (hit-of him, preyailed upon him to do the mur from jail and hanged Has anything so to a bridge. Hand beauty coming and going to be looked at of the State than der. Since Williams conviction she has over hand he climbed the rope and escap- and talked about. Poor perl Poor pencil! Undemocratic and hurtful to the feelings of been sentenced to 99 years in the penitening among timbers he was riddled by bul- The finite grappling tbe infinitd If a of the democracy of the State ever occur tiary b an accomplice in the crime. lets. The wounded man fell eighty feet to painter ever could get the dainty hues of red? No, never. It is without precedent, the river bed. heaven on his canvass, that we see nearly and will stand in history the lonely roonu The New York Snn very sensibly sayt: The first duty of the democrats in Congress E Berry Wall, of New York, known every day from Prospect Point, no one ment of its own disgrace. Carlisle Mercury: Cspt. David Murphy, is to encourge harmony in tbe party, to as tbe King of the Dudes, his succeeded In would believe it a copy of a genuine scene. dissipating the lait of his fortune of $300, And if an artist could jast transfer to a the man indorsed by tbe leading democrats support the Administration while it is faithful to tbe principles and pledges of the 000, which he spent at the rate of $100,-00- 0 picture one of these glorified oaks with its of Kentucky, used to say tbinjs like this: a year. He wore a new suit of clothes limbs fringed and trunk clothed garment of The State of Kentucky is la the hands of National Convention, and to justify the confidence of th country by discreet and every day, and bad 500 pair of pants ex delicate ferns, none would credit it as a rebels, who ought to have been hung when patriotic measures. The discords occasion- tra. sketch from nature. Toe hills are emerald the war was ended the thieving democrThe seizure of the Caroline Islands by -- the red handed ed by the distribution of patronage are vexgreen since tbe rains began. All brown, acythe rebal Germany so enraged tbe people in Madrid murderous rebels the of the atious, though not fatal, but the party may verdureless patches have vanished and tbe that a mob attacked the building of the change is magical. I rub my eyes and won- South the aristocratic Southern gentle be wrecked by the violence of faction and German Embassy, tore down the Coat of the folly of extremists. der if they are the same mountaias, "wi'd men who delighted to sell their hall breed Arms, dragged it through the streets and children, etc. Tale is the man our leaders Falcon in bis letter to the Louisville finally burned it as they yelled "Down with and bate," of a few weeks ago. We look down the deep valleys that lie want kept In office. lime has this to say of our popular and Germany." Spain demands the evacuaPaducah Xcia: There is no room even thing-iroCongressman:' McCreary peema tion of the islands while Germany proposes right and left of our lofty ridge and then everything is a charming relief to the eye. in the rear ranks for such party leaders to have excited Iras opposition than any and arbitration and the situation Is decidedThe dahlias are out in full glory now. Just and they should be relegated to the shades public man in this section. He has had ly warlike. acres of them wild, single and double, a of private life as soon as possible. They little to say, but has quietly proceeded to MORELAND, LINCOLN COUNTY. dozen different shades and perfect in con have lived teo long oa tbe fat of the land fill the offices in bis district as fast as he and in being honorod so often have appar could with efficient men, who were good Mrs. Dr. M. A. Harris and her beauti. trast as they are massed upon tbe green ently been led conclude they were free to to democrats, and warm friends of himself ful and accomplished daughter, Miss Tillie, hill sides. Whence they came I know not. his kind planted do as they might please, D iwn with the He will have no cauee to repent of his man- have been visiting Mrs, Butler Smith this Whether some lover of old barnacles and let their places be filled week. Mrs Smith praUes the doctor high- the first bulbs and they spread, or whether liness, they are an indiginous growth I can not with less pretentious but more deserving Mme. Victoria, said to be the largest ly, because It was by her medicine she was say. Now, they are wild and "fancy free" and consistent democrats. woman on earth, died in a New York mu- raised from an untimely grave. She had Dinville Advocate Tne action of Mes'is to straggle over tbe hills as they list. When seum Friday. She weighed GOO pounds, been Buffering with both consumption and Blackburn, Johnston and Breckinridge in left London the single dahlia was ail tbe measured 30 inches around the arm, 02 cancer and was advised by her pbvsicians I this matter has enlistel expressions of surthat there was no hope of recovery, rage. People had cultivated the symmet around the waist and 3 feet inch around prise and indignation. That gentleman rical plethoric double varieties, till they the shoulders. Her coffin was G feet 10 Fortunately she met with Mrs. Harris and who have been so honored by the democrat ay a well woman. Daring the short wers sick of their monstrous rotundity, 10 inches wide and 3 feet deep is inches long, ic party should take such a course to keep threatened to rival cabbages in size. and there was no hearse in the city large week of Mrs. Harris' stay here ehe has Tney in office a m in who has denounced the Hick-orytreated the wife of Mr. Sam Brown, of Hus- - Then these frisky flower connoiseurs flew to " enough to contain it. Her husband is a and raved over the President a "brutal libertine," and week tonvillp, who is in the "last stage of con the opposite extreme dapper little individual of 130 pounds. after week villiSsd and abused an J elan sumption," so pronounced by all reputable sincle, primitive type, they had long left ' The Carlisle Mercury reproduces this physicians, and wonderful to relate Mrs. behind in'attempting to i.roduce the ro- dered the people of Kentucky; and at the same time keep out of office a deserving choice extract from Murpby'rf Dm-ill- e Brown is improving and will ultimately re- tund monstrosities. And here, on the top efficiency and superior quallribune, which is about on a par with all cover. She has treated I.jbt. Himalayas, these London pets grow democrat of Jonei, a of the ifications fjr the position, ia inexcusable, of the utterance) of that dirty coon: paralytic, who has not raised bis hand to as common as "dog fennel" in Kentucky. Tna there is a motive for such extraordi "When Cleveland, the hangman, the de his head for one year. Yesterday Our baby monkey is dead. Shed a tear, Jones respoiler of wjmec, tbe father of bastard, moved his hat and replaced it grave. It was nursed nary and unnatural condnct no one can time and boys, over its early doubt; but whit motive is does not appear. the companion of prostitute;, occupies tbe ajjaiu with ease, Ho is rapidly improving. to death by "Jacko," the fond ucd foolinh. Perhaps it may be apparent In the near fu White Ilime no virtuous woman can en- The Doctor has gone to Pulaski to treat "Too muca hugging" would be a truthful ture. ter its portal without contamination or several caret of cancer. Her return will be epitaph over our dimutivs pet. We dls hope to leave its door pure." There ia a couple near Lafaette, Ind., announced in these columns and those suf- - covered, when too late to save it, that it A suit has been commenced in tbe U uefrg with consumption or cancer will had been coddled to death. Poor Jacko, that have separated seven time, They S. Ccurt of New York, to test the constitumiss the chance for their lives if they do "loved not wisely bat too well." When at have bun divorced twice and married tionality of the Civil Service law, The not see her, because positively she can cure last we separated them, it wa touching to three time. At present they are in the pie is that it is c!m legislation, giving consumption and cancer and will guarantee hear the moaning cry of the bereft crea- poute and living apart. Clerks and preich-er- a do well in Indiana, to do so in each and every esse. great power to few. ture, pleading for the return of her baby. GEO. 0. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS. r,,M,., Mill. w, HnnAoA -- tbs TAYLOR BROS. HUSTOISTVILLE. Ty FAMILY GROCERIES ,, .'SC'oUMr? 4 fine-toot- h OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Z1":"" .,.., eat .' .. ,,,, ,. JT (rlS ,2 ,'J J, .hS2 WI,ojlBnriin Z Crc-el- r's Wmmj & iFJJfates PHARMACISTS, -- T (? JEWELERS. ,L$$W' Mm-- ) JmTr?r B!B- iI H E-- er first-clas- A jBb, wmmBw. Furniture r I ofl-mi- 13ealei- in ..;r.. r,;;. 'imij" i" al Co1n, cnr.. '!, . ,,, 4 .brS PLEASE DON'T FORGET cut-throa- hell-houn- level-heade- d po-slb- to-d- and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including every a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the eel ebrated Wagons, "Old and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements Grain Drills, Turning Plows!! ' ootii ruling and walking, And all of which we guarantee 'J Lowest prices. BBLlCwHT OURRAHTsi m That we carrv tlifi T.nrof ftfr, of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour a wrmUxmlmZZt. BUaiforfi. Ky " September 8, 1885 LOCAL J l. AN. TIME CURD. a all trila joiBg North...... -- JJS5 r.ti. " Souths.... V ,..... 11 40 r. at. 82 Ai M. " Norb...., .. 2 OS A. M. Tb.OT Is calculation aUndard Kins. Holtr Ml U a boat 30 mlautM (uUr ' ,' I0M ucAiiuer. CoiirbcrE NOTICES. A boy your school booki from Penny Block of achool beoka nod school supplied at Mcltobtt AKikr'. Watoiics and Jewelry repaired on ahort noiioo and warranted by Peony tL McAli- - EUY'the Haaa Hog illemedrt the orlgl nal and ouIt genuine, from Penny .AMcAl later. A comiurtx etock of Jewelry, talent tyle. Hockfonl watche a enec!arfrr. Pen ny A McAIIrter. Farmmm. Kkad Ttora. Go to iDr. M L. JCoume'a drtiii Htore and get oueiackase or batn A. Uirk'n Hoc Itemed r. If yon are not aatlsfied nfter nolne it your money trill 4o refunded. PERSONAL J. town. W. L. O. Havden Kdixin, i quite III. Alu-lit-- of PprlriRK, u In t, C. R. ANiiriLo.v, a Dinfllle aer-chan- wa here MlM Lucy eterdy. Tatk will tcate to day let V Cillrge, Harroddmrg. ucawDY, oi ;tiTUie. w.w the KUet of Mr. II, J. McKoberte. CitAH. L. line. Etq , of Somerset, TWttnR hi ililer, Wri John W. ITall, Mish Mahy Wji.mohk, of Nicholas Hie, ia YtcittnK MIm Maj;j;le Lee Stnndera Miu amu Mfw. LrAVrr., of Garrard, hare been Tbitlng Mt. Dr. J. I. Ctrpen-tt- r. (ng been cootinued becaut ooe of the counsel had to attend to some civil busineee Micsns Gkoiiuc Penny tad Jeeae and the other claim J to be sick, an appliArson hare returned tn Georgetown Col cation for btil will be argued Thursday. lege. Of course the absent lawyer will he on K P. Jacob , , and Judge J.. hand and the sick one will get fuddenly of Dinvillf, were here well, bail will be granted and that will be the of the cae for year. At least that Mils. Win'rei U A ILLY, of Stanford, is the usual procedure. la the gtiiet of Mm. HurUon Dailey. (Shelby Hfntlnrl. Rowland, our eastern suburb, and the Miss Julia Coo prut haa returned from junction of the L. & X. and K.C. railroad, a lengthy ri'lt to relalire in Cloverport s a pretty big feeder for Stanford. Mr. and other place. Smith irrin, Manager of Train, tells us Mr II K. Woolimlk, the agreeable that he has some 125 men under him there, and pleasant reprrsentatiee of the Advocate, who draw from $1.15 per day to $150 per w with tit Teterdy menth. Capt. F. M. Ansley alto has quite John M.Ckaid haa gone back to Cen a number, while the K. C employes an adtre College and John 8 O'aler, Jr , to col ditional number, running the total up to some 150 men employed there, a large per hie at Lebanon, Tenn. Mil. Hmitii lruviw, eaperintendenl at cent, of whom have families. There are Rowland, left Hunday night to join hi wife several stores there, but the principal trade in 'ew York, where he will remain a of these men is with the Stanford mer couple of weekt. chants and as they pay promptly once a Mhh.8. C Thuehkaut left Saturday month the item is a big one for them. for her new peat at Mllleraburg Female M ARMASES. College. During; her thirteen year' atay htreabe haa endeared herrelf to a large In Pierce county, Ga , Wm Harrell, number cf frlrnda, who look upon her final aged forty, married Sallie Wilon, aged ttn departure -- lmot in the nature of a calami years. ty. She dm done a great deal to ele-a- te Mr. Hiram Herbert Cook his obtainthe moral and edurational standard of the ed license to marry, Miss Lilllr, J , daughtown and in many way- - been a blrcing to ter of Cbas, D. Baker, on the 9th. it. Stewart Bernard, telegraph operator at Gov Jab. R McCheahy, our excellent Kubsnks, and Miss Minnie Cnby, of Juoc Cotigrewmn, w here yealerday mingling tion City, eloped to Tennesete and were with the people, to whom hi presence In married Tuesday Herald. erer agreeable. In a conreraition with In the parlors of the St. Asaph Hotel him he poke in tlm highest terms of Presion Saturday morning, Mr. Rice Logan, of dent Cleveland, wht ui he characterised a Garrard, and Mies Betlie Adklsor, of this an honest, fearleci nnd firm man, of great ad county, were united in marriace by Rv. J mlniitratire ability and with a -- ingle de M. Bruce. teiuiination lodohia duty cowcirntionaly A Cincinnati paper conlaina the inteland wellf In fact he i a mm aftir hi own ligence that Mr. D. C. Lisle, editor of tbe heart and juat mich a one an he would have Clark County Democrat, and Miss May selected for Preildent had the choice been Tunehurt, of Fayette, were married at the hi alone. That the Governor itanda high Gibson Home Thursday. They met for in hia estimation a well, is ahown by the the first time at the Paris Fair and loving deflerenre given all hit recemmendationa at first sight, saw in each other their desfor public officer. tiny and his proKl of marriage was instantly accepted and LOCAL MATTERS. tbe same day. The bride is said to be rich and beauFresh Oyster at 8. 8. Myers'. tiful and Brother Lisle Is to be congratulat ed in jumping so suddenly into happiness School Suiti.ies at T. K. Walton'a. an luck. A careless mail agent carried by a'l the RELIGIOUS. newpaper mail yesteiday. Eld. J. G. Livingston closed a meeting Fall lot of Zeigler Brother' boots and at Preachersvllle Sunday with 18 additions. shoes just received at S, II. Shanks'. Tbe Kentucky Conference of the An orphan bay, Alvin Kpperion, aged Southern Methodist church will meet at 10, died at Mis Mary Warren's Saturday, Versailles oi flux, The fi'th annual State Convention of Stewart, the youngest child of Jlev.nnd the Woman's Christian Temperance Union Mrs. A. 6. Moflett died list evening, aged will be held at Paris on the 2Sth, 29th and 30th of September. one year. The Louisville Conference of the Ilntcic -- Two hundred and fifty thons Methodist Episcopal Church South, to be and, hard and for sale by held at Greenville on the 10th Inst, will be Henry Baughman. presided over by Bishop Wilson, of BaltiHalis' Well is still open. Big crowd more. booked for middle of this month. A. L. The New York Obtcntr con'nina the Spoonarnore, Prepr. intelligence that "Rev. George O. Birnes, The five shares of stock In the First Na. the Kentucky Evangelist, has attached lional Bank belonging to the estate nf himself to the Church of England." Is Faulkner Holme, was sold yesterday by it true Brother Barnet? Rev. F. 8. Pollitt, 'who ha made a George Holme, administrator, to T. L most acceptable pastor, left for Conference Cirpenter at $120. yis'erdar. His church Is considerably beCauoiit, Marshal Newland received a hind in hia salary and it is feared by his telegram from Peabody, Kansa, announc- friends that he will not be returned to this ing the capture of Roberts, who killed Ben charge. edict a year or more ago. Sberifl Menefre The Sunday School of tbe Christian will start for him to (lav, church ia preparing to give another of its We charge to announce candidates and excellent mass meetings in a few. weeks. therefore it is unjist to those who pay to They have a good supply of talent for such have others who do not announced and an exhibition and the ladies know how to puffed by correspondents, who will pleaie make it asucoera. There were five additions at the Christmake a note of this. ian church last b'undty, making twenty-fou- r The City Marshal, John Newland, i. the church has received in the last hors dit ccmbut, A negro scamp has ben few months at regular Sunday meeting J making it his burine to overtutn barrels ine courcii is id a msre uourisaing conof water caught by the thriftier citizens of dition than it has been for years. Maxville, and John laid for him Saturday When Nath Woodcock read Mr. nijht and catching him in the very act, be- Barnes' intima'ionof returning to this coun. gan to kick him with the force of n jackass try, he enthusiasticly remarked: "Telj But the kicker came out worse than tbe him if he will I will give a hundred dolkicked for he sprained hia ankle so severely lars down myself and fee that enough more is rai'ed to pay hi expenses back." he is hardly able to wcrk. Daughter Jiiws. j. a. -- The protracted meeting at the Baptist John II. Miller btifeht of Dr John B. chtrrch will commcxu next Sunday ft" v. Owsley a yoke of 2,650 lb. oxen at 3. II. T. Daniel will arrive Monday and assiet For Sale. -- A lot of vnlendid ased Those indebted to me will plesee call on the pastor to the clot-- v. ork mules and common hors Call oe Mr. Reirtwn Williams and settle, aa I mm KB7. W.0. iJolteclaw, aotil reoently John IL Miller, Stanford, Ky. J. 8. in muchteed of the money. Mr. H. V. pastor of the Shelby City ffliplist church, J Hughes. Tabler. , atteurited to imitate the tianner andx Maude 8. made an unsuccessful atWe are now nitenti for the DaariUe methods of 5am (Tones, whoa he listened tempt at Providence to lower ber record. Plaining Mil!, with full itock f ceilinc, attentively to at High Bridge. IU let in- The first half mile was trotted in 1.03, the flooring, weather boarding, lathe, doors cad to hie brethren In tbe most robust style and fastest time on rscord, but the mile was Ctnttnn TYn . n rash, blind, Ac. firighUl Carran, w w heeKAled not to call things 'by their com-- 1 made in 2.13. iQne of euch dlscouroes moneet O.T.8andidge'a Second Jewell is tbe Piuvace advices from "Virpula tell of sufficed, in faot it more than sattrfied rhe boss He nhowed him ten times at the detth of Cjl.'Crane, the venerable fa elders who met y and tesolved that fairs this vear, including Lexington, Richther of Mr. M. V. Timberlake and Xie his resignation would be scoeptible and h mond and Omville and got 0 blue ribbon Jennie Crane, at the advanced age of 7 wasXorthwith effered. "It wont always lie and one red. Death entered the hourehold of Mr. to work tbe 6am Jones ranht. Jones fa The value of stock in Kentucky baa and Ml. A.. J. Haydan laat week and took personally with the congre-gatioa- s increased from a little over in their little Jackie, aged nearly 7 year. kn he usaally aHdrees nd no one 1880. to about $74 000000 and in the obituary by a fiiend will appear in our next can take hia pointed reference aimed at Southern States from $32G,378,4H in 1880, him particularly. He even wocld not at to$5G2'91258 now. iue. County Coukt. -.- Judge Tnrnon and tempt euch business on his home people. A.T Xtinnelly sold to Wakefield and Hudson yesterday, a pair of 15J hand C'erk Plate Were busy enough all day .BASEBALL. muje for 120 and a scrub mare for $75. terday but if tbey dkl a eincie thine of nv otw erouTiNi) epitok J Same parties bought of Will Anderson a general interest the fact is not recorded ia The home team played two games nt ice gray horse for $130. Jesse Fox bought the minute. ii an Bomemet on the dtn and-C-2 year-oland were victnule for $34 and Took HubIHEU fc , mail train bouth - now torious in both. Mitchell and Ford were ble a 3 vear-olfor $75 due here at 1.30 r. M., ten minutes earlier placed o the bux by the Somersets and P. Weil shipped 7 car loads of heavy than before. We letrc that the Cincinnatiy Chctulcala, were hat led at will by the home boy. Tbe fat cuttle to Xew York, that averaged Southern haa changed its time eo that no 1,500 and 1,000 pounds. He paid feature of the first game was a three bise oncection is made at Jcnction City for the lick by W cRoberie far overChe centre fisld from $5 to S5 .10 cents prr pundred. R. R. LlltlipH, South at all and mails are consf qaently de er's head. He waa prevented from taaking Ely sold his tarm of 123 acres, 5 miles Iajed:iU hour. The V. 0 Department a home run by failing to take advantage of from Lexington, at $93, a prrfi-- , of $13 per ahouki not allow such connection. the long throw from centre field. The acre in two yeir. Gazette. -- County Court. Hekl'ou-- i Fu.l A fair crowd b t Mr. Jillen Kawball Somerset could do nothing with Struck' elipiwd and fell down tbeetairt of tier rei cure, while the home club made thirteen very little btislnesi. People complain safe hitsofi of Mitchell. dence at Parkaville Sunday and suflrced greatly of hard tjineu and if they have any KlRST '4MB. money bold to it mighty clo-eliDfurif. Her niece. Mi Mildred Cp. Bush 1 --T. reports the stock 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 loaJruri........ market as follow; About Lewi, went down at once end her rlater, Htinftrd 1 .10 10O0 0 150 common cattle on market which sold Mn T. P. Hill,oined her yeterday. Mi. Somoraot. ............. ....0 Marshall had not recovered c3Eciownes onl Run 4; Souitrut 0. Struck from 2J to 3 cent and not much demsr.d Out-- Br MltcbfJJ i; by Htruck 10. WIM Pltcht- s- at thnt price. A few plug horses brought at last aconiint. Balls-- By Ily Mitchell 2; hj Struck 0. Pswe-from $50 to $75 each Mule, sged, sold The case azainst William and Hum Fretk 3; by BelUuan 0. Twu Kue from $75 to $100; colt, from $35 to $05. for the uurder of aorgro hav. White, Iunn; yoaiertct, Mitchell. Three Bate at phrey H. I C. RUPLEY! Mill receiving UING mamm&aMB bate nwlte.1 nj NEW GOODS siti & SUMMER . Comprlilng lb beM In the tnsrket, which will be . -- , nan. j uu muKo Booona to Hono in City or Country. Giro ho. icn TrlHl. nr-xta- KC- - C. RTJPLEY. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PMBMnBEOnSR OKA LRHy Wall Paper, Booktc yj Opera House Block, Wine. in Stanford, Ky., Mimical bf-tw- Paint, Oil, 110 iasssfiawsiia THE CHEAP GBOOBE. Machlii Stationery, SoiipH, Perfnmory, Liquor uijjara. 'i Fire Inns, "illHTOM, InslriieuiiitA, Cutlery, Earaed-JMinr- 0111140 Ults-Suiif- rM, Ht T. Ij yee-Urd- lt Batter lilt-- By At Chattanooga Sanday, Polk Mitel Umpire, J no. Borden. ell, conductor cf a street car, ejected In the second game, played on the 5th, Cnarlts Williams, negro, because he the Somersets made a desperate fight to in smoking in the presence nf 1 idles win, but aa before failed to do anything aid became be ou!d not pay his fare. Tl e with Struck' curves. The Somersets plac negro went home, armed himself and (tl-- I ed Archer in the box and the home boys wed Mitchell up and fired at him tbree made eighteen hits off of him Robinsor. times, killing bim instantly. He Qtd but tbe first of the home team at the bat, drove was captured and lodged in jail, where he a liner through the box with euch force remained only a few hours for a mob bat that it nude Archer tremble for safety. tered the doors down ard hung him to a After that his delivery was bad and tbe convenient rafter. home team hit him with ease. DRIPPING SPRINGS. tiaco.ND Gauk. 2 3 Innlngi 8 7 8 -T. All persciu who nve been boarders at 1 Stanford -13 0 3 10 ,...o 0 2 3 &ointreti . 0 1 010 Dripping Springs this , eion are hereby inltuni Kuned Kotncnct 3; Stanford 3. fctruck vited to spend Siiurdtyi Sept. 12,h with Out-- By Archer 3; by 8truck 13. Wild Pltchea us. NTa ooe will ba expected who does not By Archer 2; by Struck 0. l'ancd Batli-- By Frcck write and accept this invitation, as we 2; by Bellman 0. Two Rue 0; muit know ho miny to prepare dinner Somerset, Bright. Hitter lilt-- By Archer 1. for. Respy. John Bath. D. G. and Mauy E. Slaughter. George Dunn is entitled to four kisses That "soft snap" for the Somerset boys Sinoe the Iowa Supreme Court decided didn't pan out by a large majority. that a man haa a right to diagnose his own The boys were entertained in royal style case and write hi own prescription, ,the at the Brinkley House. Tbey say it is tbe words ' Spt. frnmenti" have come into more geoeral use than ever before known. best hotel they have yet visited. Wtn McRobrrts drove one of MitchellV JETT ADVIBTISEHE.UK. curves 50 yards beyond tbe centre fielder someone in the crowd yelled, "Boys, there is your IV. JL. UAWHOX ensp." HIU-StiD- forJ, MrRolwrfi. 1. R. WALTON, DEALER Btrutk 1; by MitditlJ IN. pre-siet- tl o 00 r O CO M ....! 15 113 13 9- H Illta-Stanf- ord Urn-litr- e, And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO OnOUERIES AND FCOVI JIO.VS, HE REEPS Tin-- , Glass- - The ball grounds at Scmeret are the pltjed on. They also have a grand stand and a shed to protect of rain. the players in The boi are under special obligations to Mr Harris, the train dispatcher at Raw land. If it had not been for his kindncta it would have been impossible to have reached Somerret on ths 1th, Tbe first thing the boys saw at Somerset was a copy of the Rqrufjlican, announcing the coming ot the Stanford team and very confidently predicting "a soft snap" for their home boys. The prophet of the fit publican is not a success in that lit. e. The bays are now third in the race for the lesguc penant and only lack one of being src:nd. The Danville team plays here to day end if our boys can win tbis game they will be eecond, but they must play ball to win anything off the Danville boy. The boys will give a supper Friday night at S. S. Myers' restaurant. The prettiest girls in town will superintend the affair and oysters and all the delicacies of the seaon will be served at the smallest posd ble cost. Let everyone come and help the boys out. There will be three games played at tbe at Montgomery park this week. 3 30 r. M , tbe game will be with the Dan Friday and Saturday tbe ville team. Nicbolasville boya will be here. Come, everybody, if you want to see a first clars game. best the boys have Is a Candida. e for Jallr cf Lincoln Couotv, tub Jeci to the action ofihc Democratic party. and Queensvrare, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- ce la a candidate tor Jailer or Lincoln county, tub ject 13 the action or tbe Democratic party. SAM. M. OWEXS The Tartu on tbe roid from lluitouville to Mbr. ty, In Lincoln county, Ky., nillo from Hiuton-Tlllformerly occupied hr Mrs. I'hcrM Itltln. ilec'd, conuinlns about ot valuable well watered, on both aldca or tne itirnpiae roan, witu comrortable ImprOTe-tnent-a. Any one desirous or owning a Tamable bom will do well to tee this laud. Any person wanting to purcha.c will call on R. u. Tucker, who will show tbe K.rtu and give price and terms, or address T. A. Hlaln, Htowcra pottotSce, bluipson county, Ky. T, A. 11LAIS, Agent. 1 e. Hluc-(ir.iJ (M-e- t) Notions, Ammunition and Spices, FOR. JSjaLliE.. Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. It Arren School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. DECODE. JSj&JLLiIE?. I oiler for tale, j rlratdy, an Lot, lying oppoilte my residence on Danville street, and adjoining tbe property of 1. W. Alcorn. The in Blui-Oraland Is fertile, well and bas a beautirul building site. 52-- U st J. V. SA UFLEX. SALE OF PERSONALTY. I will offer for tale to the highest bidder, on my premises near Iltistonvllle, on SATUHDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1885, All ol my personal property, consisting In part follows: Twenty-tw- Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. aa To-da- y LAND. STOCK AND CROP well-burne- 2,000 bushela of seed oate. Curran. John W. Pennington aold a lot of ahoa'a at 4 cent. A few nice Berkshire, boar ehonts for sale. J. Bright, Stanford. Bohon & Stapc bought of different feeding cat parties In Lincoln, 20 1,200-l- tv tie at $4 CO. The Ilolatein Cattle breeders have organized and will hold their firjt Bale in Louisville Oct, 1. Mack and Crit Eubanke hare bought of the other heira tbe B.n EubankB farm of 320 acres at $40. Clark Cash had a fine young jnck here yesterday bearing the legend "Fontaine Fox Bobbitt and Rsform " Qrapea are bo plentiful in Oxren that tbey sell at 3 cents per pound. The crop is very large .ill over the country. A. M. Feland has returned from Bow. ling Oreeu where he diepoted ofhia25head of shorthorn cattle at unsatisfactory pricec Robt. Tarr, of Millersburg, Bold to Wm. Hendrick, of Flemingburg, 22 head mulea at $120 per head. of 2 year-olCarlisle Mercury. Mr. Harvey Cobb has purchased 31 two and three year old mules from varioca particj at an average price of $71.13 Richmond Register. Wanted. & Bright ture. Terms All sums or 810 and under, cash; OTer that amount, a credit or three mojitht; notca wltbapprored security riqulred, beating C per cent. Interest per annuui, negotiable and payable In the National Btnk or lluatonvllle. Sl-t- o brad of Cattle. 8 head of Horifi, 23 bead of Hogs, 10 bad or Sheep, abiut 200 bushels or t beat, 32 Acroa or Corn and Fodder in tbe field, about 20 toas or llay, 1 Wood Combined llcaper and Mower, t Albion Seeder and Cultio Wagon, 1 Spring Wagon, one vator, 1 liuggy and Harness, and otlur Farming Implements, also my Household and Kitchen Furni- WHOLESALE PRICES ! d Ij. 11. Ali.t.VS. Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 4cO GOIttR-'- S SALS OP A fl'LENDID Farm Wagons anil many other Goods to be PRICES. lly virtue or a Judgment or tbe Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at lit October Term, 18SI, In tbe case of W. W. II art ind others agt list Alma Hays, I will at Special Commissioner in said case sell to tbe highest b'dier on RETAILED AT WHOLESALE Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold, SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1885, On the premises, the fine Blue Grin longing to tbe children of W. H. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Munnfucturcra' Agent. deed., containing Hjis. Farm be- 236) ACRES OF LAND! barns and There Is a larg, new dwelling-homall necessaryoiiiliulldlogjon B.nd Farm, an orchor select fruit, nloe yard and garden. The farm ard la well watered and fenced and altogether one of tbo most desirable pl.ces In Kentucky, Bald land U situated on the Stanford ami Hustonville pllfo, 2 mile from Stanford. The sale will bo mado on a credit ol C, U and 18 months; bonds wttb approved accJilty, niyabla to the Special Com mtsttoner, bearing 0 per cent, interest trom date until paid and a lien retained on tin land for their payment. JOUX 31. ItKli), S rectal Commissioner. S3. td "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." Pocket Books, laming Extracts, Artists' Materials, Dye Stufis, d Do you Intend sending your child to school? llourne keeps all kinds ot School Books, Inks, Papers, Pens, Copy Books, Tablets, Pads, Sponger, Slates, Pcnclla. Go then, and got your Do you want tommy? Face Powders, Perfume), Cacbeua, Hoape, Brushes and Combs from llourne. ? Get Doyouwanttopleato your mother-in-laher a pair of LeMare'a Celebrated Keck Cryatal Spectacles and paint her house with mixed Paints. Bourne baa tbem. At tbe same time ant placo I will, as agent for Are you sick? Have you Headache, Fackacbe, Mrs. Kate Uays, sell to the highest bidder Trcache? Bournokccpa all klnhs of Medicines. P.euieraber, Eource will glre a nice present to 3 Land, Thirty Acres of Fine the flnt good looking girl nho repeats the lollow. Adjoining and formerly a part or the above tract sot mn J; loth triota to t aild together, leaking a inPatont Medlcinei, Feather I) asters, FarmolMlK Mane terms ai abore. JOUNM UK!!, Agent. Toilet Articles, Sharing Materials, w Blue-Gras- f Hand Mirrors, Violin Strings, French Harps', Thermometers, Osofectlona, ninps, Vases, Dolls, Spices, Varnlihes, Palnti, (His, 1,001 And other articles, at DK. BOUIIXE'S NEW DRUG STORE, STAXrORD, KY. Opposite Myera II on to. ; Sciiu-fttfelnlntcri- I or lournal WOMAN AND HOME. SANITARY SUGGESTIONS OF VALUE TO THE HOUSEKEEPER. Making S.iiidulchoi drain from tbo liquor, and look tfcnm over carofully to romovo all bits of shell. With n each oytUr into throo or sharp knlfo-cu- t four pieces. Grato stnlo bread or crackers; to each cupful of prepared oysters take ono cupful of crumbs, and enough liquor to par tlally moisten. Haro ready a pan with a small quautlty of butter; turn in tho oysters aftor thoy have boon well mixed with tho crumbs, and fry brown, but not hard. Gymnastic for Girls. Cnssell'a Family Magnalne. Stilo by sldu with tho immense strides tho Intellectual oJucation of womoa has takon in tho last quarter of a century has boon a flyuiUMtlcs for GlrU To Cut Ilowtn-Gout- lomen or tho Old School Flute and Trumpet Stray Notes. Warper's llaiar. Too much importanco can not be attached to tbo work of keeping clean nil sinks and as topi pes. No disagreeable odor from thwo should bo allowed to exist for a day. A sink or pipe may bo made inodorous by pouring dowh it one pound of copperas dissolved in four gallons of water, using tho quautity a day for four day, and repeating as often as nocoisary. All corners, under porches, and whoro tho sun does not reach have of course had their share of tho general "cleaning up" in tho spring, but it is well to cxamlno them onco every week during the summer time, especially if a number of servant! are kept, for tho best of servants are apt to bo caroloss unloss their mistress keeps a watchful eye Preserro , . ono-four- th i over things. A mixture of one round of charcoal. powdered, to four pounds of plaster of parls, spnnKioa unaer porcues or in oauip corners, will prove an excellent disinfectant. Chlor ide of lime is also good to bo used for tho same purpose. ( I t Disagreeable odors arising from decaying vegetable matter can bo destroyed at once by pouring over it two palllub of water, to ono of which has boau added one pint of the liquor of chloride of zinc, and to the othor one pound of chloride of lime. It is always a good plan to give the collar one coat of whitewash at spring cleaning moll. In whitewashing the cellar timo, then give it a second coat in July. It and dairy, if an ounce of carbolic acid is copperas bo added to to this last coat, it added to each gallon of wash, it wll' prewill do much to keep the cellar free from vent mold and also the dUagrceabls taints I vermin. often perceived In moats and milk from Another great adIf a cellar has a damp smell, and can not J damp apartments. bo thoroughly ventilated, a few trays of i vantage in tho use of carbolic acid in pasto charcoal set around on floor, shelves, and for wall paper and in whitewash is that it ledgos will make the air pure and sweet. If will drlvo away cockroaches and other a largo bucketful of charcoal bo placed in a post. The cheapest and host form ot damp cellar whoro milk is kept, th?ra will carbolic acid Is tbo crystals, which disbo no danger of its becoming talntol. solve lu water or liquify at an oxcoss of . Charcoal is one of the best agents for temperature. purifying foul water. It cistern water has Fluto unit Trumpet. an unpleasant odor from tho cistern being ' Atlanta Constitution. too closely covored, it may be made as Thero is ono peculiar featurw of when fresh by suspending English society that our American girls do in the water a muslin bag containing one or , American Garden. not catch on to very readily. It is the habit more pounds of charcoal, according to the I An Important rule, though seldom re- of conversing In undertones, suppressing all size of tho cistern. tho vases with Tbo average italn water will often bocome foul from , garded, Is nover to cram only thoy hava a brood and open sounds. will last if the docaying of the vegetable matter which (lowers ; many water in tha vae, and not .Amorican girl speaks in lood, clear tones, with a inotalllc rlnc. She b not aware that has boon carried with the water through the largo mass of tho water and peoplo three squares away can hear her dls- pipes down into tho cistern from tho root. too many stalks to feed on Vases that can bold a largo tinctly, but she does not care a button K pollute it By using ono ounce of pormaganato of po to bo pre- they da sVhethor out shopping, carrying tassa for oach fifty gallons of water, tho quantity of water are much spindle-shapetrumpote that on a parlor flirtation, or talking at a hotel will be male as clear ferred to the contents of tho clitern Oiled with wet table tho sonorous clangor of tha American Flat and odorless as well water. Tho quautity of are often usod. useful dishesshort-stalkor girl's bazoo drowns all other sounds, or for water in the cistern can bo easily guessed at. sand are also flowers; even partially withrathor risos above them, piercing tho The permanganate should bo put In and tho beavy-beado- d water thoroughly stirred up. It will turn a ered blooms will rovlvo when placed on this ambient air and shattering the nerves ot all bright purplo. If it does not turn clear cool, moist substance Moss, though far . tho quiet people of thj vicinage. avoided, it so sand, is to again in a few minutes a llttlo more pcrtmn-ganat- o prottior thand!ogrooably, beand alwaysasInter--1 How to Make reach Jelly, must bo added. All tbo refuse in soon smells placed in . The Caterw.J the water will settle in a harmless fedlmsnt feres with tho scent of tho flowers Make a thin sirup with ton ounces of j it for preservation. at the bottom of tbo cistern. In tho caso ot uowers mat grow oniy in n itrrnr nnd hnlf A rdnf nf Wfttar Than It there is tho least suspicion that the well water Is not as pure as it should bo, it cool temperature, and suffer whon thoy get . take ten or twelve ripe iwachoa, pare them. Is cut tbem iu halves and tako out the stones, should bo boiled or Cite rod. Boiled water . into warm and dry air, nil that wo can do is highly recommended. It can bo made as to lessen evaporation as much as possiuie, bruising tbo kornals of bait ot them. Now when such flowars have hairy stems put tho halved poaches, together with tho cold as frosh water by" tatting it for a tlmo a and leavos to submerge tbem for a minute, bruised kernels, into tbo sirup and allow or it may be cooled by add in the so that by capllllary attraction thay may tbem to simmer for flftoen minutes, adding, ing a little pure Ice. Very good filters can be made with llttlo contlnuo to keep themsolvoS moist and cool; for flavor, the zest of two lemons and the juice of three. Then strain the' jlly through trouble. A large filter can be made thus: but this is dangerous to table cloths or surfaces, unless care bo takon that a jelly-baadd ten ounces ot dissolved barrel; place a stopProvide a water-tigto golatlno. and pour it into a mold, which not bang down cock In tho lower part of the barrel, even tho points of the leaves do hhould bo placod on the ice until the jelly with the bottom; fill the barrel half full ot prevent dripping. Another moans of preventing dollcate and becomes stilt enough to turn out Tho small clean pebbles; above the stones place d flowers from flagging is to cut poaches themselves may bo utilized as a three tb!cktiosot of flannel; tack it nrnund leaves on the compote. with sovoral tho sides of the barrel, but leave It slack them and when tho flow.r head Is ' enough to rest on tbo pebbles; on this place stem, Father' House. only ( water, to allow in a layer of charcoal throo inches thick, then placed Exchange. to remain above the water, while river sand, this head as deop a layer of Mr. Ruskln's opinion as to a father's duty entirely submerged; by this over tho sand another layer of peb- the leaves are to his children Is characteristic it not agreebles, then a layer of charcoal, ono of means tho haves seem to help to support able. fcTho father," ho says, "should never pobblss. and so until the barrel tbo flower, which will thou last for three provide for his children. He should oducate days in n fairly ccol room. Frequent cutin full to within two inches ot tho top, makand maintain tbem to the very best ot his Bore several ting of tho stem is of great use; but with power till they are of mature age." 'Then, ing the last layer of pebble. all flowers by far tho bjst plan is to put gimlet-hole- s good-size- d In tho bottom of a large them outside expo-o- d to dew or rain, dur- when they aro strong enough, throw tbem wooden pall, and set it on top of the ing the night, when thoy will regain strength out of tbo nest as tho bird does." "No stones. Tbo water is poured into tbo pail, fortune" should bo "left to them." The d from which it runs slowly through tbo holos rmough to last on for days. All iN'ew plants, particularly flowering acacias. "nest" should always bo at their disposal, in tbo bottom, and after filtering through wonderfully by this op- - j "father's house open," adds Mr. Ruskln, the contents of the barrel Is drawn off are boneflttod but "nothing mors." through the stop-coc- k at the bottom of the pirentcruouy, una win even sianu a tiigui frost far better thau a hot room at night The Correct "Group" for Artistic Hall. barrel Tb6 warmer aud damper tbo weather, the t'idoorg. Boston Budr!t.l moro cars must be exercised to prevent False Ilcauty Spots. If you wish to be considered thoroughly By placlnz a dish confood from spoilling. Philadelphia Tlmes.1 nu fait In tho furnishing of a houso obtain taining a good-size- d lump ot uuslacked llmo niilrncrn pirls hava Ion? bann noted for two splendid tigor.-- , stuffed of course, and on ono of the shelves In the refrigerator, tbo tlwir lovo of ice cream ond their prgo feet, "group" them In tho hall. Skins no longer moisture will all be absorbed, so removing and now they aro accused of having artiflcal suffice as a decoration; It tnuvt bo tbo entire all danger from mould, and Insuring the dimples, made to order whon and whore the animal prepared with that nrtlstlc skill of tho fool for a long time. fair ono may fancy. Ono lady is said to which marked tho work of the fair taxihave two dimples on either arm, and this Is dermist in "Mr. Oldmixou," as wild boasts The Making of Sandwiches. how they were created: The artist to whom aro thought to "compose" well with tho IHarper' Bazar. she submitted hertelt first placed a glass schemes of barbaric splendor adopted by --5 do- ' petuatas the namo of its originator, tho tube over the spot where the out of the tube decorators. sired. By sucking the air earl of Sandwich, is a great favorite with ho raised a slight protuberance and then Girls Wanted. plcknlckera. Denver (Colo.) Tnhrtne. deftly tied around it a bit of scarlet silk. Saudvachos to bo good must bj nicely In Garfield county there are 737 slnglo Unite," which was a "wicked-lookiumade. Tho broad must be neither too stale With 6harp, ho tsllcod off this little pfmple men and only tdxty-eigumarriod women. ' nor too frosh; it must be cut into thin very ho had made. The wounl Mas quickly Tho Olcnn ood Echo Rays "Wo want girls in piocos not larger thau tbrie inches by four, tall, cone was Girtleld county blon los, daintily wproad with butter, and two slices healed up and an Inverted silver exactly short, fat, lean, J illy gills rlrls who can placod over it so as to press down pat tojoth?r with soms relish between. Into tho conter of it. Tho fair pationt went ride In carriages, play tiw piano, mako Ham sandwiches are tho most common. to havo it dressed far five successive days, crazy quilt', ev, wash, lam, and cook for Tho ham should bo well boiled; It is then and tbo wound was found to be completely un Wo aro CU'J girls short hore, aud we chopped'very Cno or grated, spread ovenly healed. Tbo silver cone was then removed want all tho girls to know it. ovr ono fdico of bread, a second placed nnd there, turo euough, was the prettiest On n Trlcsclo. nvor It, aud the two slices pressed gently but llttlo dimple in the world. A Staton Island music touolier, makes bor ilrmly together. The bam may be seasoned professional rounds on a trlcyiSe. A patent ly incorporating a small quantity of mixed ltoil HcimU ut tho Surf. contrlfr.uco attached to the rortr of the seat, mustard with it before spreading on tho Cor. I'hilulelphlrt Press. broad, or it maybe left plain. The mustard, I counted thirty-si- x girls at with n strap fastenln tho handle to her however, is generally liked, and adds to the Asbury thisaftorr.oou during a waist and neck, holds mi umirella over her tclish. Yesterday, at tbo bathing hoad to protect hor from tbo sun. promenade. When it is not convenient to boll a whole tho whllo rurf seemed to bo bnm, anil but a small number of sandwiches hour, thertit fr I )r 1st cisntj all iiiiihimiaki Not tho Tricycle' Fault. lowinl'lii art U1CUAI1U twv tit iikmv niiyw, nu siuuwiuu' . are to be mado, the bam iiia,. 1 uo mcaiy . , beaU Mrs. Frances Wlllard, who 4s enthusiastic up (n tho teo wew the ro looked by cutt ng into thin slices an 1 steam- - , Tuey ,eU m9 ,(?re that th rea.hoacieii Birii over tbo merits of tho tricydo as a means lu; until thoroughly done. broke hor arm lately 1 he girls of, xercise for ladies, (Sandwiches may also bo mado out of light nearly all come Irom -- ronton. are all vain of their balr, and aro tho envy ln, he attempt to get off esse gracofully. rolls, tut bread is bett for the purpose. The color isn't a plain, dull SIio says, magnanimously, tlmt It was not They may bo varied indefinitely by using of tho shore. brick, but tsoaror that of a ripe, freshly-picke- d tbo tricycle's fault. different kinds of fllliti!;. Tho following Jersey strawberry. Aftor thoy have will bo fouud nice lelUbos for filling, nnd Worth's Dresses. had a dip iu tho surf tbo girls parade up will glvd considerable variety: Dressmaker Worth says tfcat tho storlos and down U19 beach with their long, bright Place ot:o cupful of grated or finely d dresss hs'o all myths. towols down their about choppod ham in an earthen bowl, nnd two tresses flowing over "of iIbomos that cost ho back', and, when several of those ttraw "You hear," OtU siys,venture of mixed mustard, d I to ay that not girls gather In a group, tho f 1,5'JU to $i cupful of nny kind of sour plcklo, spectacle Is nu interesting ono. four drossmakors In Paris ever made any at mlucod as flno us possible, and two such prices." of melted butter. Stir and Gentlemen of the Old School. All tbo most npprove I faiu are of mowonktogotber until nil Is uilxsl Into a San Francisco Chronicle. dium size, the very largo ouos being used fcmooth mas-- . Tho yolks of twj They are always pitching iu about the for decorative purposjs only. eggs may bo addod or omitted, as preterrod. gentleman of tho old school, his excosslvo Corned or plain boiled meat makos good A ltoinnrknhlo ?Ilgf(tloii. jaiidwlcho'. Chop fine, to each cupful add graciousnoss, his unfailing politeness, his knack of flattering women, and Ms numerClnclnuntl Commorcl.4 dinette.) one level of salt, one of pepper. ous genteel attributes. This is nil iionsen o. ono of mustard, two A remarkable migratlcsi, probably tho of "ea" "ol largost organizod movement ' of imputation ,V " Vd melted letter, or four of tho water in which , I I ving old school; wo have neither tho incut was Iwlled. Mix thoroughly over known iu this country, lissoou to begin occen- time nor occasion lor its A good spiced filling can In mado by tho mining district' oMVjnnsylvanla. Nowadays the mau stho kisses a from of CO.OjO Hungarians aro preparing body Hanging tho seasoning; Instead of the pop-po- r tricitio'. lady's hand, even if he do it ever so grace- A go in a body to tho d and mustard, use to Qu'Aijpolle, district of all'ptife, not quite so muchclunsnmi, and fully, always is glvon to understand that it In tbo Canadian northwest, tfjiero the govis a wasto ot tbo raw material. But ft is ernment promises to glvotUvu liJO.OUQ acres a Bimdl pinch of gJnger. Tungus for sandwiches thould bo chipped awfully pretty and complimentary, all tho of fortllo land. That reitus is certainly samo for ome. As for tho kiss on tho fore- ' into vojjy tiny pieces, or chopped. A small head there are fow ladies who .appreciate AMt lnl ft tiff (a 1Mirts K'r A.sinnl r Iia. eooio a givot oSriculturaI iosjAry. quantity of mustard on it is a groat it. Thoy think it means thut they aro too but it uill require no othor keaionlflfj. Pmu eisuiii" "i tut oo rrtmk your namo Still another filling Is 4uade as follows; Hecelila for tw New Vurk Gratt Ljirlnlnl ntid rwti u lht aiaeuut son owe If Take oho of fresh or plcklod oystorsj nionuaient no It.r aujoui.t to 72,171,41, j on Jiln ( pro-venct bar-boll- s, sneet-smolllngwell-brod d ed ice-bopol-lshht sweet-sconteclean-washed Idol-lanI . I g bt d gradual, but somowhat tardy, recognition of tho value of syitetnntlzid physical duco-tlo- n Fwjudico, however, of growing glrK in splto of the widespread extension of knowlodge In regard to tho laws of health, still bars tbo way to physical exorcise belns placed on anything like a sure footing. To some, gymnastic! for girls means wrechlng tho arms out of the socksfcs by means of pulleys and ropos, making tho waist unduly thick and thonrms alarmingly muscular. For soma systems of gymnaUlcs, and as regards some peoplo, thoro must bo truth In tbeso ideas, but with tho application of science to the requirements and capabilities of growing girls, a safe ond altogotber ad- mlrablo system has, fortunately, boon arrived at As it is qulto novel tho work of a lady who has stud led all available systems and brought energy, practical experience, and scientific principle! to boar upon tier nlans and. moreover, about to Deoomo more widespread turougu tuo opening or. a training collego, In which girls who doairo to become professors of physical education may bo fitted for their task, our roaders may welcome somo account of the systom. It Is founded upon a thorough knowlodga of the requirements of all the various mut-cle- s tho respiratory and larynglal Included. It is to a groat oxtent a connecting link between dancing and "heavy" gyinnastlc.4, and It bears much the same relation to both '.hat the Klnder-garto- n yntem does to higher education. Tho plcturosquo elomout has at tno same tlme boon caroluilv note J ; wo exerciw dress it nrottv. and praooful positions art as much timed at as the development of strength. It differs from simple calisthenics in that It Is much more ola borate training of limbs, trunk, and head, as well as hands, flncors. and feet; and it differs from ordin- Qry gymnastics in that no ladders, ropos, horizontal or rjarallol bar, or jumping- Sklppiug ropos, ball, horses ore usod. or light cluhs, and rings, poles, dumb-bell- s are about the only accessories required. How to Ircerre Cut Flowers. old to bo kissed on the llptt, or too ugly, or too something or another tuat hurts tuolr vonlty., All women like to bo held In rospoct, but you must not contuso tho kinds ot rospoct in this matter. There is a respect giveu to ago that says, "1 ou are old enough to be my mother, " that only very old ladlos enjoy. There is the rospoct that say, "You aro very plain, but I roally do liko you," that is annoying. Thsro Is tho respect that says, "You aro charming, pure, and I could lovo you, if you would only lot mo," that simply makes tho ugliest man adorablo and Indeed, all tbo wickedest man delightful tho dolightfully wicked meu ore adorable, mainly because they can mako a woman she is puro and immaculate and so different from all other women. But they aro just tho samo as tha othor men, nover theless, FARM FOR SALE. m IhirtDg oponol up a lumber ysrd Inthertarof J I ofl'sr for ssle my Kstas of m Acres, niMwar our ttoro, wo are now luMvn Tnrnarxrllls and McKlnner. It is in brick house good coodltlOD, well iuiproTfd, sod all the nereuary outbuildings. Apply to or Preparod to Furnish any klnd'of Lumber addrftsmtMcKlanir. KT. JtASIIliTOS, In the rough, roatsof all kinds, Shingles cut, , W. A, sawed and shared. Also Agents for the Dantllle riarrfng Mills. i LUMBER YARD. hi B0-2- GRAB OROHAUD 29-- tt nttlOtlTXr CVItitAX.S. COLLEGIATE SGHOOL! Crab Orchard, Ky., will Collegiate 11. U. Bro-nauera. For circulars glrlng terms, address President Board of Trustees, Crab Orchard, Loulifllle, Ky.. or Edgar P. Hawcs, Principal, "St. Mary's Saw Mills" On top of tb Knobs, close by Sept. 1, on', TTollsfrtlj Preparatoiy,acdeinlc sad Dcpattaenti, under experienced leacli. -- IMS. AM) I.UMIIEK YARD, J, Carter's Store. Oioceiy roOTK A Mustard Sponge. FARM (Popular Science News.) Dr. 11 W. Richardson recommends the Ho use of a sponge for mustard poultices. ?t Aeven good H unfold, containing Rays: "A sKngo makos the bast of mustard-carriers Land. The Kanu Is In a go! "ate of repair The nurso mixes the mustard in a buildings la and basin with water until tho mass is smooth and ot even consistency. Then she takes tho soft mass alt up with a clean sponge, 1 HI lays tho sponge In the center ot a soft whlto bandkerchlof, ties up tbo corners of tbo handkerchief neatly to form a hold, aud applies the smooth convex surface to the skin. Tarm Containing about 100 This mustard sponge, warmed again by the A Desirable Aoies of Good Land, fire and slightly moistened, can ba applied Stanford three or four timos, is good for sovoral VmiIt all In cultivation, situated on the hours, and saves tbo trouble of making a & "Wu new poultice for reappllcatlon, often a mat- Lancaster rotter on,thj during tho weariness ot ter of importance at Tho sponge can afterward place ol addreislng the easily bo washed clean in warm water." 1.TZVI.A IT, '""JA-'iC'l-- " Agfnt ler K H. auiUU'i Uelri. 6 3tn Carbolic Acid In l'atto and Glue. The effluvia from decomposing paste anil gluo is as unwholesomo as it is offensive. If, when making the paste or glue, a small quantity of carbolic acid is added it will Soptombor 7, 1885, keep sweet and free from offensive smolU. On Monday, ts A fow drops added to mucilage or Ink s. niua-Oras16-- FJMSALE I For all klrnls or general Lumber. Hhlngles, builders and others can not dnJ a better market to ault themaelTes. Our motto Is "Oood Mat. rial lor Reasonable Ilatea." l'ostoffice addicts, Halls Hap, Ky. WURKLEH, Vroitrletom. .c, "'. LUMBER1! Dressed Pino Flooring, Ceiling, Woatlor Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Rough, inoluding Ir. Iltcct r' HurVl.b.rrr Cr4Ul ! ) P .tkwa r.m.lf octuilm tllrrhir.liiiiUr, t'rainp.CU ut Laths and Shingles."; S I .11 U- iSmU.ii, ail rtiMlii U. Illll. . Mff.tlM For theronrenlenreof our customers In Stan- JptUtH api ui ijtun Ir.m U. .Hull f iuiiih. Tt ate bj all Jrjf (lit. at AO k.ltlrw ford and Tlclnltr we base arranged with Geo. 1). iTrif I'ril to keep on bis yards an Miortiueot Tfjylor'iiClierokrp llrmnlf ofHret (lam of our Lumber, where therrangetlt as cheap aa and Mullein will cure l.'uughi. Croup and from ui direct, lie will alao make estimates fur Price Ve, and tl a bottle. any bills not on bandi, which we will nil on short Both for tale by Dr. M. L. BOURNE, HUntord. notice. X ELVIS At It A YIN, CORDIAL For the BOWELS. ..l. SS-i- n flK'wiuKia Lily, Ky. night-watcblu- g. W.ftVll.u7.bruiMo.J. ,w" LOGS WANTED. -- tD) tcuitviiti, Ntw Admt.s Sale of Bank Stock. the P'optrt) . Aimsu w Through Ooaohos and Pullman SloopinK Cars From . Chicaco Ri.(a-- I will pay the highest V LouLhvIIIo io CIiIchko, rir.t National taariisg interest Bank of Slanferd. of Cliicluuiitl to ChlcaRo, IndlHiinpolla (o CIiIcuko. THHOUGH TIME TADLE Via LoulsTllte: price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & NM ; noL3niM,iim. Mitts. Aug. id. K. O. or C. S. R. J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orohard, Ky. St. Mary'sSaw R. (Up, Ky., "Tux Ksous," Kka Hails Ltc. Loulitllle Arr. Lafayette. " Chicago, ......) .. -( I 7 8 S30pm 41 a in 20 p in I I I 3 7 SO SO S 00 p m a us a ru Via Cincinnati.' OHIO & MISSISSIPPI H. W 30 a m j anclnnatl ............. Lt. Indianapolis..... " wo'kteg and nature, ol th. MHUW " wlIEELEK. outilgnatures, gl'1' Witness, K. J. Hutchtrson. Arr. Chicago. Dally. T - tlally S p m II 30 p m I '.M p m I eacept Sunday. 12 -I o pm IUiu Tbe Direct Route to- - Be sure your tickets read rla tbe St. Louis & tho West Northwnt and Southwest by the way of MONON ROUTE, (L. X. A. A C. R'y) as It Is tbe quickest, tbe best and most direct Una to Chita go and points In the Northwest. Tickets rla the Monon Iloute on tale a t all principal ticket offices. For ritu, maps and lull In formation, aJdrms WM. S. BALDWIN, O V A., CUIcago. A, J. O'REILLV, (I. a. A , Loulsrllle. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Thia Old and Well Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, -- I.OUIH VILLI: or CICI. ATI. Mrpmjn. in Lcaring Challanooga lor liHU and anclnmH makt direct rounrcllon at tbot polott with the IJghl-nin- e EiprrM on tbe Ohio A Mississippi for tit Loult and all (olntt Wrtl. Only from Leulifllle or Clncln XJ TIMsro natl to Ml. Louis, being two hoars nUlilO uulcker than any other line, giving our piuengart time for meali and flrtt choice of In traits going Writ. Ine going by E -- !T. AND Iti Proprietor i do oeoonu it ahull -- .. , w uv Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Apnointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of ua 12Hours Quicker Js?j.h."bBA w; f Chicago. "' Only Line rla WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, WITH TUaolOH and New their Quests. Bf J.".'!' will bteoiTsyadte to Commarrlal lnaj. tplUsl braids of ",liAB?lr. ljj Fast Timo and Sure Con nootionH With all Llnet at O. sfcM. raakAlways M- aad from tfca it Pullman Cars. -- Only Line Tie IMclinwnil, Old In tonnec l'olut Comfort (HtkcIb to St Louii and Intermediate Fointi Xo Fcrrlcts! N'oOniiilUuNTrHiiiv IIotcl aud Newport Ncsth, Ion with Old Ooulnlsn Hteamihlps Br. E. J. Nickorsou, Physician and Surgeon, Office on fensl And Meribaats and Miners Steamship Line to BOSTON. Through Trains frciu Winchester, Ky., to 4th 8t.. Danville, Ky. KANAWHA PALLS, Fistula Piles and Cured. Perfectly No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic Usod. No Detention Irom Business, WHITE 8ULPHUB SPHINGB And other Famous Vltdnla Springs and ricasure Kesorti. Hunting, Fishing, Uathlog and all kinds of recreation for the tourist, Inralld or sportiuian. This line rum through the Alleghany Mountains, on the banks ol beautiful rlrers and (nnt-naton Conuectlonsma.la In Union Depot, til. Louis, with trains or lines going Weit, Noilbwett and eouthweit. II you are going West to any point, call oo wilto to the uoJerslgned. For lull and reliable Information In regard to I an J, Ac, In tbe Weatern rilatee. Map., Ouldet and lownt tpUl ratot lor Tlcketi and HouiehoU Ooodt to all polntt Wett oil on or nldrrai ( II. XlJiUV, I'aaseogcr Ag't Ohio A Mlnlulppl luilw ay. Harroiliburg, Ky W. W.PEAI10DY. W.U.8HATTU0, IVei't and Oen'l Man'gr, Oen'l 1'ait-- Agl C. W. 1'AltlS, Central rasMnger Agent, Clnrlnnatl.Otalo ea Treatment Mild, or addrvaa W. B. McROBIiRTS, Obserratlon Carton l)ar Trains, lteiular Orit- class tickets good for ttop-orand all ran le com- iiinea witnoui extra ezpeute. i or run information, ratet at Hotels, analysis of M.dlclnal Springs, I'ullman Sleeping Car space. Tickets. Ac. call on tr THE SEA isiioiu:. KENTUCKY GENTflHL B. I "illticGraHH Itonte." Bhortest and Quickest Route from Geo trai KentnoKj to all foints North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Lice Betwrn Cure Certain and Permanent. Cure, No Par. So u, n.iniiii. Oen'l Manager, Ticket Agrnt, maniurd, Ky. W. II. WHITTLKdEY, Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases pccullat to Women. Charges inodrate Dr. N. can 1 consulted froe ol. barge and will be lounJ at bis office at all D.O.EDWARDS, Oen'l Wwtern I'a.wbgur Agent, SSIcniinniS. Vlrjlnla. it, n. mu.i.i.u Oen'l Caat'r Aa't 01 Trar. I'anenger Agt juiaTllle, Ky LEXIXUTON A OIXCIXXATI ScbMule In Lffect May Wo. 6, HOCTH-BOL'SI- 10, ItSS. Incinnatl, (). "Nor i pmi - "Rim IU. Hun S DO I.'x Hun Dally limes Ur the next thrco uiontbs n. to the lollowlna By permission ho rof-A. Lacker, H. Irwin, tltmen.j. 3. Hosier. I.ee, Tom Kr.i JuJgoti P. blm Cosk, Jonn M. . He; H. I Thos. H. Sutton, J. A. Hibln.on. Uncastrr Ky:Ky.; J. a. Walker, C. C. CbrUman. Klrkavllle, Johnson. llryant.Tllle. Ky.jJ I". Danle 1,1 McKlij. ney;Ky:(J.J lsley, KT.i A A. .McOlnnli, ItowllDK W. lluglics, Orwu. Ky.; Oeo, Bohon, Judgo J McAfee, K r Hnrrodsburg, Ky.; C. & abumate, t. rs lplr. u Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT TEE Unlets succeislul. Twenty yoaia exporlcD'piv to 111 OFFICES, Washington, D.C., Cleveland, 0., (Detroit, Mich., Chicago, 111. jiilo n. sri:ri:s a to. - Al- - MAMMOTH CAVE! AMERICA'S GREATEST WONDER Write lor club rates and get 10 or mors of youi frletds to Ti.lt this Interesting Care, fceaspn tickets to Care free to sutauiei bosrders. cooIt summer resort ofknown. A Thermometer to good baud In cstc. degrees at tbe mouth high-price- one-thir- berry-heade- d W. V. COSIBTOCK. Lessse Mammoth Care Hotel; m hard-bollo- d CnTe cltT K7 A drxiiul Combination THE INTERUffi J0URNAL -And the Loulsrllle table-tooufu- F, still-backe- d one-thir- WcoWy Courier . Journal nfIA TRllT , pipers for little One year for only 83-t- wo more thau tho price cf one. le and for a tariff for rerenus only, and tb" brjt brlifhtost and ablest family weekly In tho United States. Thoso who desire to examine a sample can do so at this office eopy of tbo Courier-Journ- al '. .... i...tti with nawr MH. Ill ..fwda the nf Dm Month. the llHTUOtTit- - Lre. l'arlt. II Si a m 10 23 v m S 5 n la Arr. Incbesler ... W :o p m tl W p in, 6 io p m For the btuelllol tuiletlng humanity and In Itlchmond 2 00 pm 7 it nu heartfelt gritltuJa at the woLdtrful retulta. I " Lancaster 160pm ., deem Is only my duty toglrn this unsolicited tiv " Uowlainl SSOpml tlmony tn laTiirm SUr. KciCc. My wife has Lre. Htchunud.., 2 US p in le?n artl'cted with hereditary Kciemii or fait Arr. Berea 3 SO p iu ltbeum fro n her lufaucy; It bts iiicitMvxl In In" Llrlngitoti.. 03 am, .... tensity tih each surcteing spriug, Htid toiuewhas tkilleil In me cine myself, I tried I could tbluk of for jtart .Sartapa-rlil- a Noaru-BoOKNo. II No, No. 3 ith erery lonn of TutassLe. "l'u combined tlcuru," llltoleTirr kind and hundridtol other rfiiicdj-f- l, Intlontand alkali waalies ofercrr klnj, Lto. Lirlngiton... 00 a nil. but tber all gare only trmorary relief. During " Here 10 22 III!. the tprtug ot l8l her loner catrcmltlit becamo so Arr. Itlchmond ... 11 So a ml. tbtlirnVd and sore that she was obllgeJ to keep 7 IS a m Hiwlanl ttiem constantly coatd with a covering of "Ful-lei'- s Lro. Lincsster " 8 0(5 is m Kirth,' mixed wet and allowed to dry on. OJ nm things, she aialttlcted with a peri- Air. Kith mon I Among ether odical uarrout headache. o currlcg regularly erery Lre. Itlchmond .., ,. fi 00 a m 25 p in by Intermittent seren dayt. sometimes followed Arr. Winchester,, . 7 00 a in 2 21 am, feTer for weeks at a Hue, m that ber lllo became a Arr I'arlt . 8 01 a in 8 IS a in burJm to ber. Lro Lexington ....J 7 25 a ml 2 SO p m 2 .10 pm Thlt spring I determined that she should take Lre I'arlt 8 IS a m 8 21 p in 3 33 pm 8. H. 6., nnd tollow atrictly tbedirectloni In regard Arr. Corlnglon 11 30 n ml 6 00 p ml 0 8J nm to dose, diet, eic. Tbls was about even weeks ago. Alter taking the first large I tittle tbedleate seemed to lucrca; tho burning, Itching and 9IAYHV1LLK IIKAMJII. becamo unbearable, bbo, boecr, riertertrod in tbe use ol the midlclno. Afitr takN'. t; No &ir ing tho second liottm the inllammsllon brgan It Dallr subside. Afttr tho third bottle the inllsmniatlon I)aV7 Hi. Huu. aun, dlsappMed,oroiotdiledii and turned white scaly and tloaliy she bruthel them oil' in an and 2 00 p ra impalpable white powder ictembllng pure salt. LTf wringion 7 U in 4 SS nm She la now taking tbe tilth bottle, tint j 8 20 " ''elBl!l0I arls a in' 8 25 in Krerr appearance of four times daily q a m 7 eo j, Arr MayiTllln.. iq w tbe diicaie has gone and her rtah It Iwcomlng aoft, whlt and imoith again; nnd wbat Is more, her No. 52 No. 6T' Drilodlcal henJacbea have dlMpieareil and the Is Hoirri.lIot"D, Dally Dally now, at 3 yeart of age. cnjoyluic tbo onlv good F.x, Bun.1 Ex. tkm health the bu konwu for upnaMt of 10 yeart, No that every Lre Maysrlllc...,. woodei tbo di dares with 1 SlUuii 3 00 pm bottle of W.N. S. la worth a U.oui.t.d limes Its Arr 8 10a m 13 pm weighs o gold. ngton 9 10 a in1 C 10 pm case if Any ruriber Information cotcernlng ber reti-dtii o'n in u uu pin """Vj" will be cheerfully glren by hetseir at her IU Mullutt street. ir by me. ... Knw T,.ln. q .1 ...... .f.li iiwiwren .... ...... .,,.,,,. u JOHN K. HIIADLEV, iiiuij 41 (irlswold street. Islington and Corlngton; other tralnr am dally except Sundiiy. Mlth.,May 1C.188.;. aniunu.s runs Tia lynxington and Paris, ami get tbe genuine and tend for Treatlts not Tia Winchester and Paris. Be tuns to Direct rnninctloiis aro mode at Winchester with Rlond and Skui Uleaaet free. For tile by all rti Chctapcako A Ohio for Mt. blerllr.g, Ashland, THE SWIFT HPEC1HC CO.. DiuoJ. . I, Atlanta, lis. , WHH..v.w.., ,,, ,M,, nirj Drawer. cuiicru CIS. 1 les. W, gd it., New York. (Au j. 7) Llne;-N- os. 3 and 4 run rla Winchester, ?.Vt Kolld Trains, with Pullman Sleeplog Car. betwees; l.lnrlnnntl anil tt aIiiiiah.1 , ...i iiri.. iuu online 01 and Waslilugtor, I), C. bagsR?e chocked to any 8TAF0KD, KY .""d destination r.acliM by a railroad. B. V. II. MOUSE, W. V. WALTON, - - Propriotor W. II, WHITTLEKEY. Passenger Agent, Trar. Pass. Agent, Covington, Ky, iAixInton K r Eight com ntet e sets of Keen. alio of Btage,'2GxS0. W.Smith, h. aag taiung tnpecuy, lnrn.umg gautiry. twv 'Snnoral Monager, ()n l.:'A.g y.s'iSulblo rates to attnoltoLi. Addrevi ttCZE&XA. Lire, I I ". " Islington uxlnglon '". .... 12 13 iu ?n 8 10 a in 18 10 a id m pmll tl psr szoiiih 0pu- 6 10 p pm tn lng 1 & 1 Noani-DOUH- -- - n, -- Ikjtj, .l r. OPERA HOUSE, gl 1- l:,!r" Wk: c