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HUFFMAN, B $nlcrior$onrnaI Tueidav and Friday DRIPPING SPRINGS. tMhUthmt HII.OO lBIl ANNUM vaaapald strictly wilt anv Urn. In aivanca. If w hT. to a.OO will U charged. W. P. WALTON. Sam Jonesisms in like a city net upon a bill, jou can't hide him. If you want to know what vournelgbbore tblnk of you dligufoe yourself tod go among them. How many men In thi congregation are paying the rent (or women who are not their wives? Preacher, know a good deal more about their thcks than thav dare tell. It might endanger their salaries. A. pretty woman baa ruined more than one church You needn't turn up your noce at God, for he knowa you. "Whatsoever a man aoweth he ahall reap," ia true both in the Utble aod the whether UodtaM it or not. Some of you men have aowed enough eeed to damn the world. If you mw whisky you rtap drunkarda. Orocery Mores with barroom attachment are moral hell hole. Your daughter may be betutiful and lovely, but tint thing you know the devil on you may picket! a drunken eon A man who get drunk will ateal if he i not too much afraid of the jtil. A man who would awear before hia child ren la a brute. Tne gambler ia invariably the poo of a Chrlitian famtly. Why ia thia? Show me a man who waa a eoldier in the late war who aaya he didn't ileal and I will ahow you & liar. I have a contempt for a man who baa the time to play cardi. billiard player I never knew a firal-cIawho was worth the powder and lead it would taka to kill him. There', about forty men in (hit congre gation who are gjlngto hell on a blooded hone. The moat baauiiful .lght in thia world ia to am a man leading hla wife and children nlo the cte of heaven. Live ao your children may put their teet in Tour tracka and be honorable. Most of you don't care, if your negbor. goea hungry ao you have enough. If you don't like my atyle of preaching you know the way out. OoJ will never rjtitt drinkicg whtiky for A good man in-liM , Christ and whisk don't nUy In the same hide at the name time. D) you know a pioui politiciat? If ao rick me out one. I want to ace him powerful bid. Th devil enjoyi the way nniy preacher, preach. Iagenoll doei no harm. Toe real Infi-de- ta are In the churchei. They believe, but don't practice. Tnere are womtn here who haven't atruck a lisk of work In years. They do nothing but ihop, ahep, ahop. Hell la full of auch women a man city churcbea the Lird don't go within a mile of them, and the devil gela in. Tne utn who don't Uugh need, a liver nml cine The inoper and growler never geU io heaven. The three mile an hour lick In religion T.ke your no good. Look nt the aia'.er headed for the theatre. The devil has a string round her neck bul nh don't know it. ll'ing me a corp.'o and a coflin and I will be gloomy; iloweri", and I will mlle. I'd rather boa town dog than a town liar. The truth tbwa from a good man ain't like inolawea from n jug. Tell tbe truth, though you die in a poor- h ii") merchant in thia town who ThtTi'rJ tell ilie truth, but he'n mighty lonesome. A bono trader lien by keeping hla mouth 'IVre are christian In this cnurcn. who are kind to everybody tine's ives but -- dhiu nuau to their own. Few I per affefl are aware of the extensive nature of the victualling on board the great ocean a'eimew. Eich vessel is provisioned as follows for the passengers and crew: Three thousand five hundred pounds of batter; 3, (. 000 hams; 1,000 pounds of nf thnna aumilied for the crew; 8.000 pound of Brapes, almonds, figs and other dessert fruit; 1,500 pounua ol jams anu jellle; tinned meats, 0,000 pounds; dried lean i, 3.000 pound; rice, 3,000 pound; on Una, 5,000 pound; potatoes, 10 tons; Hour, 00 barrels, and eggs, 1,200 dozen. Fresh live bullocks, TCg itab'es, dead meat and pigs, geese, turkeys, ducks, fowls, ihop, fish and casual came are generally supplied nt each port, bo that it la difficult to eati mate them. Probably two dcn bullocks and CO sheep would be a fair average for the whole voyage, and the rest may be in ferred in proportion. During the summer months, when traveling is heavy, 25 fowls are often used in soup for a single dinner. Victuals roit VoYAaEiis. tin Interior Journal. PnArrviLLE, Ala., Sept. 31, 18851 wrote you ftom Montgomery Auguat 31st, the next day we went sight seeing in the city; visited the S'n'.e House, a grand structure, situated on an eminence, and com mandlng a most excellent view of the city. The streets of Montgomery are broad, con talnlng many shade trees. We visited the hall of Representatives and the Senate chamber. In tbo former we saw the par-traof U.n.Clanton, of Confederate fame, and io the latter the face of V. II. King, e an Alabimian, President of the United State. Around this State House clui'ermany memorlei of the early days of IheSouthern Confederacy, ai Montgomery was the first capital of the nation that was born of a dream, and ia now spoken of as the Lost Ctuse, We visited the cemetery, but we hare seen no "city of tbe dead" In the South that can begin to compare with "Cave Hill," of Louisville, or even Crab Orchard Cemetery on the hill. Tbe foil age here grows ripidly and needs constant care. From Montgomery toPrattville tbe dis tance ia 11 allien, and no turnpikes, but wc enjoyed the ride. Col. V. J. Smith and his son J. D. Proctor, formerly of Kentucky, met us In Montgomery and we have been moat hospitably entertained at the homeof Col. Smith, where we find hla daughter, Mrs. Proctor, who waa a classmate of ours in Kentucky. Mr. Proctor ia in butlnesa in Montgomery buying cotton for eastern merchants. He has rented a a plantation 2 mites from the city and will move his family there the first f No vetnber, and they will be glad to entertain any of their friends from Kentucky. Mine host, Col. Smith, deserves more than a pti!ng notice; his home la in the country 2 miles from PratUvillr; here he has lived on his plantation of 1,300 acre, more than a quarter of a century. He ia hospitable beyond description, jolly, whole souled, and, if he had been eotne years younger, I am almost certain that my ob jections to marrylog a widower might have been ovtrcome, If he had asked me to take the name of Smith: but "they say" he is going to have a new house errcleJ this fall, and I presume a "new wlfo" will share the mansion with him. Even in that event, I will tip my hat as I exclaim, "Col. Smith of the 'little vou have the best wish Kentucklan to whom you were so genial and kind. Yesterday we attended a picnic and bar becue. Abjut GOO persons were present and a bountiful supply of provisions; nine (ureases were barbecued; bread, pickles, cakia and pies in abundance, ice plentiful (have to bring it from Montgomery by wagon ) A band of music from Mont gomery, ao tbosj who were fond of dancing bad a most excellent opportunity to do so We enj jyed the day very much and came into Prattville after the picnic. Are now visiting another class mate, Mrs. W. O. Hurd, nee F.'ora M. Wheat. We find her in a comfortable, handsome home, with a dear, good husband and two lovely children. Mr. Hurd is a druggist, has a large stock of drugs a handsome store and I could but feel glad when I reallte that my two class males, Sallle and Flora, were such useful and happy women. Prattville ia a town of some 1,500 inhabi Slants, Daniel Pratt, the founder of the town died soon after the close of the war. He was a man of great wealth, an earnest He made christian and a philanthropist. the Alabama C inference a present of n church that he had built at the cost of $1:13,000 Prattville is a manufacturing town, having a large gin factory, a sash, door and blind factory and a cotton factory. Tbo people south are going wild over Prohibition, and I had herd the remark "r.otadrop of whisky could bo procured within two miles of Prattville," imagine my surprise then, when I saw in large let ters "Gin Factory" on the extensive brick building that first met my gasj as I ap proached the town I thought a few moments before speaking, when I said: "Mrs T. why don't they sell whisky when they manufacture Kin?" She smiled and ex plained that they made cotton gins, ma chines to take the seed from tbo rv.w cot-te- n, and I thought, well, in making mistakes the whole world is kin. I had laughed at Southern girls who found the blue grass of Kentucky green, and now they could have a good laugh at my ex penae. I am going to describe these, to me wonderful factories in another letter. We Miss , leave for Columbus, More Anon, J 15 it Ex-Vicin-la- To tbe Editor of Smiley sells the cheapest and best cotl. Office corner 3 and Green'streets. McCahe A Young's all black minstrel gave an entertainment at the Opera lions- I'riday night. It was over an average show ahd drew a fair sized audience. W.F. Diyls, of this county, Siturdar sold to Louis Rout, of Girrard, 115 fat bogs at $120. They average 275 lb , and may be delivered at any time within len day. Mr. Ihos. Heim, recently Musbal of Junction City, has been employed by the D.inville Town Trustees at night policeman and will begin his service to nieht (Mon 1 day) Harrodsburg 15 u Clubs played here Friday when the Dan villes won 13 to 4. The Dinville are to play the Nicholasvllles here Tuesday and Wednesday. One of those unequalled bomb for which Danville artists have become a) fa mous, went off it is thought accidentally, last night about 7J o'clockjon the corner of Walnut and 2 ad streets. It was fault lessly in tone, and beyond criticism alto gether, save that it was perhaps not so loud as some of its predecessors. Cipt. W. E. Grubbs waa in town this morning. He informed your conespond-en- t that he waa now in full charge of tbe Public Uuilding at Frankfort and that he has been kindly and courteoualy received by the citizens of Frankfort regardless of party. David A. M. is also in town but will go to Cincinnati or to complete arrangements for the resurrection of the Danville Tribune He will be gin to "turn on the light" in a few weeks. Mr. Samuel Larimer, marble worker of this place, his just placed over the family lot of the late James G. Cecil in our cemetery, a handsome monument of Berrie granite, from the Berrie, Vermont, quar lies. It Is composed of five pieces, 3 bases, 1 die and shaft, is perfectly proportioned and 25 feet in height. Oa the last front is the following description: James Granville Cacti, born near Newbern.Va , Sept. 20, 1S03 died June 12, 1831. Sirah Ann Buster, wife of James G. Cecil, born in Monticello, Ky , May 21, 1820, died Dec 23J, 1SG2. Kev. Wm, Crow and family, of Richmond, were in this county yesterday visit ing.Mrs. Kuth McFerran, who ia very ill Rev. Galen Rout, of Versailles, preached at the Presbyterian church yesterday. Mrs. Bessie McGoodwin has gone to housekeeping in tbe property on Main street near the Presbjterian church baught of Mrs. O. E. Bsatty. Mr. P. A Marks returned from New York Saturday night. Mr. Wm Ag-na stock man of Lexington, Is in town. Mr. W. G. Dunlap is confined to his home bf Illness. Prjf. A. B. Nelson is con fined to his home by sickness. Rev. J. C. Randolph is occupying the chair of mathematics in Centre College until he recovers. Rev. P. T. Hale has returned from Dripping Strings. Some weeks ago Dr. J. M. Meyer, of this county, sent his fine herd of Stray cattle to tbe Springfield Fair In charge of Fred. White- - a white youth about 10 years old, and a negro man. Fred, had been living with the Doctor four or five years and conducting himself properly, had completely When about to degained his confidence. part for Springfield tbe Doctor loaned him his saddle horse and told him be might visit his mother, who lived at Willetsburg, also In Washington county. The cattle came back from the Fair in charge of the negro man, but Fred did not show up and on Dr. Moyor writing to his mother, he was informed that she had received by the same mail that brought tho Doctor's letter a letter from Fred, v.hich located him in Illinois, where he had a brother living. He had appropriated the money obtained as premiums on tha Jersey cattle and had gone West to grow up with the cotinlrv. He had left the Doctor's hore in a livery stable at Harrodsburg, where tbe owner obs stable tained him after paying a is certainly a bright future in bill. There store for Fred and it is possible that he mav further distinguish himself upon favorable opportunity offering. the LMnviUe an w About 50 o( our friends accsp ed the Is a cindlilate for Jalltr cf Lincoln Countv. ul. invitation tit dine with us at Dripplpg Jecttothe action of the Democratic party. Springs on list ml if thanks aid SAM. compliment, count for atiythini' they all Is a candidate for fif. OWENS Jailer of Lincoln countr. tub. certainly had a very pleasant lime. That Ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. they .njored the dinner cn very easily he imagined as exactly one hour was spent In English & School discussion it and at its cloe a gret nnny Christian College Building, remarked that tney fell like ther wouldn't - - KY. want to eat nnything for a wees:. Gov. HUNTONVILI.E, Knott and Udy were invited, but owing to The Third anuua' Session will the Governor's late arrival on train they HKPT. IO, 1HH,-- ,. Course open Wednesday of Instruction could nu be her. However himself and thorough. Development of the mind the end to b.atUlned. Termi reasocibl. For circulars ladr acoQintnied by Mr. Ottenhelmer apply to JOHN LUIUJIN. MI&J II. liUUOIN, and lady oime out next day to express Principals tf their regrets and tender their thanks for tbe invitation, and the Governor was so MIIsLERSBCRG favorably Impressed with our place and its romantic surroundings that he said he was coming here next seasou to rest and recuperate. Not only is this the case with him This popular school lor young ladles will be reopened, under entirely new auspices, but the majority of the vieitora to C. O. Springs who have been out here eaid tbey Otli, 1885, were coming here next summer and re- quesieu me to send them my circulars. Of Eov. O. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., os the hundred of nice letters which we reProjidont, ceived from our former guests exnreesini- AMD their regrets that they could not be with ua Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady Principal, at tbe reunion, I herewith give you one Aided by oneof the most Competent and Experiwhich is only a fair sample of the lot. enced laeultles In tbe State. Parents may reitas-sure- d of the most thorough training ot their J.EXINOTON, KY., 8ept. 8th.-- Jr. and daughters In all that pertains to mind, manneri and moraU, It committed to our care. Mn D 0. Slaughter, Kind Friend: For catalogues containing Information as to Your invitation to attend the reunion ot terms, dc, address. REV. C. POPE. MUIersbura. Ky. your guests on Saturday tbe 12th inst.dulv OrMP.S. 8. C. TRUEHEAKT, Stmford, Ky. received. On account of our Sept. term of ummon i'leaa Court, I can not leave home College, at the time designated; therefore Mrs. B. and I are compelled to deny ourseWta the STiiwivjroiir, pleasure of accepting your very kind in vitation. We are both much attached to ALEX.S.PAXT0N,A.B.Pres. Dripping Bpringa and Its surroundings. You were both ao kind and hospitable, your The next sess'on of this lnstutlon will begin on guests so pleasant and interesting and that MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1885. sparkling water so exhilerating and that our delightful slay with you The President assisted by appears more like a bright dream of youth A Corps of Efficient Instructors, than a reality of life. With many regrets Will thorcareful that we can not be at the reunion and as ough endeavor to givethe pupilstraining and to bis Instruction to committed sist in the disposition of your excellent charge. Terms reason ale. bend for circular. dinner, and hoping to be with you "when TESTIMONIALS: the roses come again," I remain yours From J. 3. White, Professor of Greek ""'J". J. H. Beacchamp. Waski.nqtok 4 Lie Umivkksitt. ) Lkxisotok.Va., July 15,1882. Not only have we succeeded in pleasing Mr. Alex. S. Paxton graduated at this Instituour guests this reason, but have made last- tion In 1801. lias been engaged In teaching since the war, and being and conscientious, has ing friends of them as well and nearly been very successful capable profession. in his everyone who has left here has ineisted on From James A. Walker, recently Lieut. Governor of Virginia. ua paying them a visit at their homee. Nkwbkhx, Va., June 20, 1872. The success of Dripping Springs as "KenIt affords me pleasure to bear testimony to the tucky's favorite summer resort" is secured qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n as a teacher. Ills discipline is kind, but firm beyond a doubt and if half the people and good. From tbe Rt. J. Rice Bowmar, D. D come here next season who say they are Harrisonbcbo, Va.. July 4, 1882. coming, we can not begin to accommodate I take pleasure In testifying to Mr. Alnx.S. Pax-tohigh literary attainments, his zeal in bis them, notwithstanding our capacity will be profession, his facility In Imparting Instruction double what it was this season. And now and his conscientious regard lor tbe moral as wall the Intellectual development ot the youth comthis is the last you will hear from Dripping is mitted to his care. Springs this season. Our first visitor waa a From S. P. Hall, Sec. Board of Trustees Bolivar Acadeiuy. preacher (an excellent beginning) and our MAntsoNVILLK, Tkxn., April 1, 1879. last visitor was the Governor of our State Prof. Alex. S. Paxtoj taagbt In Bolivar Male & Female Ills general deportment (a good ending) and I think it now time tbitofaAcademy. Christian gentleman. In was reSned, tbe to close. My family goes to our Muddy scnool room be proved himself a ripe scholar, morougn ana efficient instructor and a dls- ?ood Creek home where they will rest clpltnarlan. for a week or two an 1 then we all go to Paint Lick, where I will give my entire atSALE tention to my mercintile business during As Executors of James Crow, dee'd, we will, at tbe winter, but will be with you all at his late residence, four tulu Northwest of on Dripping Spring! "when the roies bloom at publictbe Stanford A. Shelby City pike, sell suction again." Thanking all for their kind favors, On Tuesday, Sop tomb or 22, 1885, we are respectfully yours Ac, D, G. and Mary E. Slaughter. The following property, Sept. 15th, 1SS5 Four broko Mules. 1 Mule, 1 yeirliog ' BTANFORD, KY. South side Main Street, two doors abeva the Myers Hotel: Fare Nitrous Oxldi On administered whan required. Offlco DB. W. B. PENNY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office on Lancaster street, next door to Int-riJournal office,. Office hours from 8 tola a. x.and 1 to 5 p. ac, Anesthetics administered whan necessary. USMyr.) or LUHLLU Dentist, Classical . 3L.XJBOE33Ft2 All classes of Building Material for sale at nay premises on the Hustonvllle pike. F. It I), Stanford. 47-I- m El Small Farm For Sale 2i ne'er-fallin- ! FEMALEJJOLLEGE SEPTEMBER miles from Stanford on the Danville Situated pike, containing VJ Acrei ini hljh state of culnew dwelling with i rooms and kitchen, tivation, g two springs, Ac. Add ess IT. It A U'SOX, Blanfard. 62-l- m I. ICE! ICE! ICE! I will deliver Ics to regular customers In Stanford and vicinity every moralng at ONE CENT PER POUND i9-t- Accounts due at the close of each month, or when customer quits. f n. e. itAititoir. e A.T - Masonlieimer's Restaurant OrposiTK Cocbi-Hocs- DANVXLLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Stanford Female Meals are served at all hours. Game always on hand and In Its season, oysters fresh fish, and similar delicacies served In all styles and on abort notice. Lookout for the sign ''Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. F. IF. icy. JZASOXnEIJlEIt Danville, Ky. t CO., PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, ale We are agents for tbe old and reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Pianos. Organs, Automatic Musics! Instruments ind Musical Merchandise tn Lincoln ind Uarrard counties, Kentucky. Jlatithlu VaumrntH received until paid for. The beat tttaiulnril Wm. KnabeA Co., Uizelton Bros., Decker A Son, Everett and New England PI anos, either upright or square. In Organs, tho following makers: Clough A Warren, John Church d Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent n g maker: well-kno- The CclCHtcon.tn Automatic Musical Instrument, too most perfect In the world. Illustrated catalogues sent free to all who apply, also the best references from those who have bought and tried any of the above musical Instruments. Address us ut Stanford, Ky. 37-l- Chime ItellH Attachment. S. It. & L. J. COOK. -- L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. IL THE GREAT THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUB SOUTH & WEST WITH Pullman Palace Sleepers. LoiliHTillO AsJimtn, y 0FJT0CK! to Nashville, Stan-lor- MeiMpialS d, Montgomery. liittle Bock, Mobile nutl Net? Orleans. ten-day'- Mule, 1 large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer. 1 yearling Heifer, 'J Calves, 2 very fine thoroughOnly one change to points 1 n bred Cows, 1 thoroughbred Bull Calf, t aged Jennet, 1 Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September, ovc 15 hands high and oneof tbo best In tbe State for bis age; about 12 bead of hogs, 100 gallons of very fine Blackberry Wine, about 4 years old, 20 barrels of old corn, 50 bushels of old wheat, 130 barrels of new corn In the field, 8 stacks of hay, several thousand bundles of oats, a lot of bacon and lard, together with all ot tho farming Implements, consisting of plows, harrows, 1 wheat drill, 1 mower, 3 farm wagons, among Seeking homes on the lino of this road will recelvo wagon, nearly new, 1 spring them 1 special rates. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, wagon, 1 bay rake, 1 burgy and harness, wagon and plow gear, and various other articles too THE BEST SALVE In tho worM fot Cuts, aWSee Agents of this Couipwy lor rates, routes numerous to mention. Brulsn, Sorei, Ulcen.Silt Rlieum, Fever Sores, Terms rcssonable and irado known on day of sale. Ac, or wtlto C P. ATMOttE, IS. P. A T. A , Tetter, Chippol HanJi, Chllblilni, Corni ana all Louisville, Ky, O.J. fc V. MC. CltOW, Stanford, Ky. Skin Eruptions, anil positively cures I'JIes, or no Iay reijuIreJ. It l.guirantcol to glvo porfect aat lifactlon, or money relunJol. Price 2J ceuts per Y THE boi. For tale by Penny A. McAHitcr. We don't want to bit a man while he is down, especially if he be badly crippled, consequently we shall .drop the Murphy bueiuess, pausing, however, long enough to remark before closing the discussion, that old Milt Durham seems Io be a bad old man. -- Louisville Times. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS B :., rd PUBLIC SALE SEMI-WEEKL- CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. All persons indebted to we will please 3t settle at once. Mrs. II. L. Steger. Very Remarkable Discover. Mr. Oeo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Michigan, writes: "My wife has boon almost helpless (or live years, so helpless that she could not turn over In bol aloDO. Sua used to bottles of Electric lilt ters ami ti so much Improved that ihe Is nonr able to ilohcrown work." E'cctrlc Bitters willJoall that Is claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their great curative owera. Only SO cents a buttlo at Penny A. Mc A lister's. Stock. Crop, &c. As Administrator of J. II. oiler for sale at his late county, 3 miles ter, on Dtx dee'd., I will residence In Uar-raBruce, River on from Lancas- THURSDAY, XJ31lSOLVA.Xi 51 31 SEPT. All cf the 17, 1SS5, iew Hjsm assssBasMaw JasmMSMa ImJ ei-....- Photo of Durham. Milton Johnson Durham, o( Kentucky, First Controller of the Treasury, is as odd as his predecessor, Lawand as rence. Durham feels all the confidence A odd-lookin- g that he could desire in the thought that he will some day be Governor of Kentucky. He is more than six feet tall; he Is as thin he haa a and as straight as a hop-polsmoothly shaven lace, and a small, round head, covered with short brown hair. His as the hands and face are as weather-beateson of toil could desire. moat horny-hande- d He lookain his long tailed, velvet collared alpica Prince Albert like a stock raiser from the Kentucky bluegraca reffan, When his gold rimmed spectacles drop down on the end of his nose and lie smiUi sweetly -- Kev. Moses II. Hopkins, of North from under them you eee his faoe at its Csrolina, has been appointed Mlchter to best, and then you discover that he has nt Liberia. Before the war he was a slave in once a good and shrewd expression. Washington Letter. Virginia. n The Fascination of the Game. Lawyer For the life of me I can't tee what attraction people find In this atupid game of base ball. Some day I think I'll go out to see them make fools of themselves. Merchaut The idea of sane men going crazy over such a thingl Seema to me the fnM. killer ia badlv needed nowadays. Time: A week later. Scene: Tbe grand grounds. Lawyer stand at the base-bil- l the air, and yelling like (toeing his hat in a Sioux brave) -- Git down, come along! dad blng my American heart, why don't you run, Mulligaii? Merchant Shoot the umpirti Cut his heut out! Let me get at him! you old duflare, wo Policeman-Sa- y, of this hoodlum business don't want any here. I'll fire you out if you doa't shut up. .Memphis" Times. year recently cloaed, 60,150,002 gillons of distilled spirits went into consumption, and the amount of malt liquor on which tax was pld during the same period is 19,185,953 barrels. The amouut of wine consumed in this country during 1834 is estimated at 20,508,343 gallons. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement his beea caused tn tlio vicinity ot Paris, Texas, by the remarkable discovery of Mr. J. I. Corley, who wm so helpless bo could not or ralso bis head; everybody said be turn Ir. was dylog of consumption, A trial bottle of Or. King's Now Discovery was sent htm. Flndiog reiki, ho bought a largo bottle and a box ol Dr. King's New Life Pills, and by tbe time bo had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of tbe Discovery, be was wclluud had gained In flesh S3 pounds. Trial bottles ol this Oreat Discovery for Consumpttoa tree at. Penny A. McAlIster's. rnOPERTY On the Farm on which he resided at tho time of his death, consisting In part as follows.- - Interior Journal ! BTANl'OnD, KY. bl cattle. head of extra Yearling Steers. It Cows and Heifers, mostly thoroughbred. 3 thoroughbred Bull Calves. 1 Heifer Calf, thorougbbrel. 1 Bull, very Qnsanlmst. 9 splendid Work Mules. 20 pure bred Short-woSheep, Bucks and Ewes. 1 thoroughbred Colt, by Harry O'Fallon. 1 extia nice Yearling Colt, by Barney Wilkes. 1 thoroughbred Mire. tbret-yesr-o- W. P. "WALTON, Fro'r. Is published every Tuesday nnd Friday at tha low price of TWO DOIsLAKN rJGK YEAR. TCXB Dunne the family Uorso. To the peopled this county we would aay that 10 Hogs. we hive been given tbe Agocy of Dr. Marchlsl'i 320 bushels Seed Wheat. Italian Pllo Ointment emphatically guaranteed "J bushels of Barley. Lot of old Corn. to cure cr money refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. Acres ot growing Com. 10 stacks of Hsy. For sale by Penny AMcAllster, Druggists. 2 stacks cf Oats; Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Household aud Kitchen Furniture. We emphatically guarautes Dr. Marchlsl's Wagons and Farmlug Implements In grcjt virl-et- y andof the terv best, Including one new OsFemale Remedy, to cure Female DIs borne Binder, 2 good Wagons, 1 Cart, Harrows, eases, such as Ovsrlin troubles, Intltmmattoii and Sulky Plows, Diuhle Shovels, Drills, Mowers, Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing Ilock Tools, Wagon Beds, IlKkaway. 2 Bugdown felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot gies and Harness. Wegsn aud Plow Clear, dc, Ac. Tbkms. For alliums of t.'O nnd under, cash; Llfe.Loucborrbcca, besides many weaknesses springover that amount, ljur months' credit. Bonds ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spiwith approved security required, bearing Interest nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, at the rate of 6 percent, per annum, payable to the Administrator. Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For rnlo by DrugSale to begin at 9 a. )i. gists, Prices St and tl 50 per bottle. Sand to Dr. for further particulars, call on or adJressJ, F. J. 11. Marcblsl, Utlca, N. V,, fur pamphlet, free. Uoblnsoa, on tbe premises, postoltlco Lancaster, Ky. I.. 11(51-ut- )VV R, Adim:, it For sale by Penny A McAIUtcr. Druggists. Danville, Ky, T. D, Emilisii.Auc. 1 Positive Cure for Piles. OT ALL CLASSIC "WOFIK. Neatly and Cheaply Exoautod. The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats, the looking-glass. J. 17 iotes of Dawson cu right eleven , EVENTS. ,Fire destroyed Wildings at GEO. O. BARNES. . I Sp" ring'. as United Hardwarc, Horse Nliocn, Groceries, NttddlcH, State Minister to Austria QuecitHffHre, IlHgRy Whips, Nulla, "PitcariOT Point," Landodu, N. India, Iran, Loiisville drinks 432,000 barrels of Aug. 1st, 1885. W. P. WALTON. Bntncy Wheel, Steven, HarpcM, Cane beer per year, which Is 4 elastea per day for CONTINUED FUOM IA8r ISSUE. ted upon the church in the darkest hour of Grates, SnoltcB, Cider M llln, , JLap each inhabitant. Why this disguist? There was a "needs the dark ages" by Auselm a monk who ftllUK, StoucrTHre, Cern Shcllcra, Thk XactMji that the Murphy buelnew Wing, for tbe murJer of the Marshal b" we know. Generally that necessity lived in the 11th century, and oat of his has left Col. Johnston without a friend in of Princeton, had his sentence affirmed by has been attributed to the impossibility of darkened brain spun the popilar theory of Oliver Chill sd, Champion. Steel and Brinley Combined Plowa, Wooden) aid Bonrbon count? ; Got. Knott hia lost noth-in- c the Appellate Court. making an atonement otherwise. But that tbe atonement. For myself, I have long Cast I'umpi, and the Celebrated Mayflold Elevator. Tin Root-in-g; he bad nothing to Ioom not even the George Kipp, the keno man, was fined is an afterthought, to explain a mystery. since returned to the "Faith of my Fathers" and Guttering will have prompt attention. r respect of the people aa a high dig- $500 and given six months in i ail for runprop No ens can prove by scripture that impos- and otst In my lot with thofe nearest the Hale amen j John urloht, Jr. nitary, tfenator Blackburn has lout more ning a "bank" in Louisville. Geo. O Barnes. sibility. It Is a plausible theory no more crow. Ever In friend here than he can regain in a cenEmery Storrs, the brilliant lawyer and wish tof BASE BALL. tury. Only three or four of his old person-a- l politician, of Chicago, is dead at Ottawa, it may be so, or not. I have no disprove it, I am sure; I only mention it as THE NEW GHOOEKY AND IIAKDWAItE HOUSE OF chums attempt to excute him at all. III., of paralysis of the heart. (nY OUR 8rORTINO EDITOR J the divine solution of a mystery only HiH letter is too thin his actions were The Tonquin war has cost France not The Nicholasville team played two binner. Oar people are lomewhat mysti $215,000,000 and 15.000 lives, and China man's thelogical reason. may be furnishoJ, if not a conclu- games at the Montgomery grounds on the A link fied about Col. Breckinridge's explanation. $190,000,000 and 100,000 lives. sive thought in natural analogies. There 11th and 12'.h. In the first game Nelson, Amjirity of thtm think he is just as In Dooley county, Ga., Wm, Whitley the first hisem in for the home team, UTTSTOlNr-VIIjXjilS!- . deep in the mud as Senator Blackburn, Col and Csin Bell, two negroes, fought about a too, wo find the glory dimmed by contract unable to plav and as there was no one elie with an empty element, that need not bs Johnston and Gov. Knott are in the mire. woman until they kil.el each other. in the nine who could play that position. traced far before we can truthfully call it All 8iy that he is unfortunately situated at Burglars entered the postofHce at Mays-villIn WoulJ kl. Uly ik your attcatlon to the fsct thit tiny hsre Just rsturneJ Irom th cities with sUrit also. A morning's walk will fur- the visitors had it all their own way. (r h nJ well t elected stock of CHOK K best, and many arc Borrv for him. forced open the safe, and secured Satanic, A bird is sinking the Gih innln r the home bay becamo comnish all we require. swindling in Government funds and stamps to the sweetly, rejoicing the heart of God and pletely demoralized, letting in eleven rcires There is a yast amount of and doing some of the most wretched play witntm claims in the pauper counties for amount of $2,000. John Bradley, a moonshiner has been man. An envious hawk swoops from the Ing on record The score was 25 to 3 in fa- In endlcMTarlcty, dainty In quality and Mtl,f4ctory la prices; this wo gusrintee. which the circuit jidges are in a great In I Its sharp OursJm shall b. arrested and taken to Nashville for the "blue" and the eong h hushed at all times to supply trery wtnt In our line. vor of the visitors. The scorer took the measure responsible. Bell, Breathitt, Clay, scream of terror and pain, that replaces it, murder of U.S. Deputy Marshal Miller, Harlan, Knox and Laurel with a combined and talon do their ac- buck ague in the 0:h inning, so that no sumwhoee body was tound buried near his aa the relentless beak mary of the game can bs given. of 4216 drew for witnesses population cursed work. The hungry lion tearing the house. In the second game Nelson was able to Consists ofthe Standard llrandiol Kuropand America. Our Isrits line of Cooking Most IndudM fees last year $10,402 18; while the reyenue helpthejustly cslslratpd "Oreat Western IleaerTe" and tusny other family larorltca. Our China, OUsa W. Jennings Demorest has been nom timid deer, tbe wolf rending the occupy his old placn at first and the game and Queeniwire stock consists In part of Tabic, TV and Boone, paying counties of Campbsll, Chamber fcta compute, Olix wars richly eat inated by the prohibitionists for Lieuten- less lamb; the blue sky obscured by black was the finest played on the grounds thi and etched. In lh way ofUreaditufls w name Iluckwhcal Klour, the queen ol alltrlbei. Our celeGrant, Harrison, Kenton and Pendleton ant Governor of New York, He is the clouds; the tornado replacing the cphyrs -. M." Klour, urlTalled for cake and pastry, while Kite an J Hominy, our own patriwith 139,761 population drew only $357 14 proprietor of the Fashion Magazine, which and levelling houses and crop; the cold season. The home boys by bunching their brated ratenl hits in the first and second innings secureJ otic products, arrayed aa faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Korslgn and Dowestlc Confections is No wonder with such leaks the treasury good and that chills; the heat that icorche; bears his name. are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Klrctrle Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meats and Fiulu seven runs. In the seventh Inning Struck empty Etch of the pauper counties and a complete line of Clftars and Tobaccos. Well, this la only a bint of what we hire. llelleTlng inextricably interChristian Cooper, of the town of Lex- evil, aide by side-n- ay named are republican and the judge who ington, Columbia county, N. Y., died, aged mingled: this is tbe familiar lesson of the sent a hot liner to left field, stole second that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an e lamination of our goods and your patron- Kespectlully, TA 1 1.OH itUOTllKHH. presides over them is likewise republican. 111 years, 10 months and 15 days. He whs ages, known and yet unknown. The facts and came in on a hit by Bellman, which game for the home bovs. Tbe or won the Mr Jones, whoee fighting weight is 225 active and retained his mental faculties un- are patent. The causes dimly discercei score was 8 to 7. A yell that might have hopelessly confounded. and who makes a specialty of whipping ed- til a few days before his death. been heard at Rowland went up from the From "nature" let us go to "revelation." Sam Scales, the brutal negro who itors, haviDg, as it was said, claimed to when Struck made Djagle fan the another crowd have whipped Mttcalf, of the Jessamime rapen little 0.a Lunsford, near Walton, Here are the same familiar facts, in wind in the eighth inning. Journal in addition to poor Flannelley, who Boone county, last Saturday evening, waa and still more painfully perplexing form. 1 Innings. 3 3 4 S 6 7 8 -T. 3 S 0 is delicate and weighs but 06 pounds, Met-ca- lf taken from the county jail at Burlington Blessings and cursings, bitter and sweet, PUntonl .2 brands the statement as an infernal by a mob and summarily hung Friday darkness and light, entangled in hopeless MIcholaiTllle Hum EiroeJ-Slanf- ord 4, NlchoUirllle J. oaaLKks lis- confusion, unless a clue to the labyrinth be lie and asks the State papers to copy. If night. 8truck Out-- Bjr Btruck 9; by found. In the same chapter; nay in the Pllehc-- Dj Struck by Macon Macon 3. Wild Drugs, Books, Stationery and law and Dr. Anderson and wife, son-iMr. Jones is seeking a reputation as a 2; 1. PiikJ nlli-- Df Bellman O; by Myert 1. To Bae chastiser of editors, he has only to perse- daughter of Dr. J. E. Roberts and wife, same verse, opposite cnaracierisucs, apFancy Articles. hatCorbltt nJ Struck; Nlcboliirlllf, Macon. vere in his course to run against a snag. who were killed at the K. C. crossing, near parently, of the same God; loving, all "confusion, Time of (Unic 1 hoursoJ 40 tulaulrs. Umpire Lexington, last Monday night, have enter- ing in the same breatb; Somebody will yet "perforate his Physicians' prescript Ions accurately compounded. P. M. Mcltoberti. 4Uar ed suit against the K. C. Railroad for 350,-00- 0. worse confounded. Witness, the thourands full of holes " Corbltt played a fine game at second base. of books of exposition, conflicting, warring, is The Breckenridee Airtra duba them the Eoglish capitalists are agitating tbe darkening counsel with words without He a very valuable acquisition to the nine. and names them thus: Gov. J. Poli- queation of building a road from Ml. Ster- knowledge" too often. Sis; 4 I never wonder Nelson played first bise without an error. The Largeat Btock of Watches, Clocks, tician Knott, Coairman J. Sultan Johnston, ling to Cumberland Gap, where it will con- now that those who have not the clue, re This was pretty good work considering his Jewelry and Silverware Senator J. Careless Speech Blackburn and nect with seaboard line, and aik the coun- jectthe bible, as God's revelation taken as dieahled conditioL. C. P. .Breckinridge. Bepresentative W. boucht this market Lower than ties along the route to subscribe to its cap a whole. It is indeed "a muddle" and a The Lsxington team have written to Eter Lowest. toWatches, Clocks PrlirsJewelry Jie- tbe and It likewise calls upon democrats to ''spot ital stock payable in 30 years, Montgom- "mystery" just such as greets the wonder- know If our boys will play them an exhiralred on ihott notice and Warranted. them" for the outrage they committed in ery county is asked for $300,000 and It is ing eye and aching heart in the"revelation" bition game at the Montgomery grounds on Murphy. The said the sentiment is favorable to it. endorsing the offered by "nature." "Perfect adaption of the IStb. If they come a good game is Covington Cummmmdtth thinks, however, Tbe September term of the Madison means to an end," is seen in the diabolical predicted. that Little 4 would be a better appellation, Circuit Court will convene on the 21st. contrivances to give pain and scatter death The oyster supper, for the benefit of the since they have proved eo email in the es- There are nearly 700 casea on the docket and destruction, aa much as in tbe agen- base ball boys, was a perfect success. Toe timation of the administration and the 4S7 criminal cues. Among the murder cies that bring pleasure and profit. Tbe management is under obligations to Muses people. cases are those of the three Wyatta and scorpion's sting and serpent's tooth are as Lettie, Sue and May Helm, Sue Rout, AnWhen a relative of one of the Juiges Steve Turner for killing Young; Grant perfect for evil as an angel's wing is for nie McKinncy, Mary Alcorn and Mrs AND of the Court of Appeals has his sentence Young for killing Riddell; John Turner good. But what if this were the explanaBettie Bruce, who assisted at the table, ar.d hi seven years affirmed by that body, it is for killing Garrett, the Wm, and Warren tion? That, since God has been rudely to many other ladles for substantial favors, ! Regis-fr- . Roe case and the Bud Line case. of His rightful domain, by a higher sentiment is preevidence that Tbe Nicholasville team was composed thrust out A Full mill comploto lutHoriiiiout or Furniliirv, vailing in it and that there is hope for the man's unbelief and compact with satan, tbe as follows: W. G. Danlap, Lou Myers, cmbrncJiiR belong- dear LORD, in re establishing a foothold E- - C. Macon, F. L. Sears, T. R. Welch, erytliliiK from the Cheapen, to the Fluent Ooe thousand barrels cf whisky old land yet. Pless. Everhart, who detainNulle. We ed a young bride against her will at ing to Jonn B. Thompson, which were en in His reyolted province, can only come ss m. Rlussman, Charles Stanwood, E. A. need to Ko to llio lurBe tltlcH to ninlco your purcluuicM, no matter Bowlin; Green and who is a relative of route to New York to be exported, has strong or feeble faith gives the open or half Duncan, L. B. Dickerion and Ran Deagle. what quantity air quality you want, an I tan anil arlli .t..,.iiobtain clHewhcro, freight bcliiR atMed. Alae Judge Hine, will have to suffer the penalty been seized at Lexington by order of tbe clored door. Would that not solve part of The Nicholasville ttam is the first nine any prlccn yon aaesed, unleaa the Governor can be in- Collector of the Eighth District. The ex- the knotty problem at least? That would in the league (so far as we have heard) who n full iiHNorf uiont of CoIUiih, Cii-c- h. Hliroiidn and KobcN duced to interfere with the demands of jus- port bond on the goods expired on the 7ih explain why truth in the beginning came have acknowledged themselves fairly de lug all the Ncvr NfylcM, both cheap and expensive. lVaro room. tice. inst., but the whisky was not shipped till like a feebla germ. Then, as faith increased feated. They asid that Mr. McRobrts oppoHlto tat. ANaph Hotel. Stanford. Ky. In speaking of the seizure of John B, the 8th, and the point raised by tbe Col- and faithful men multiplied, the revelations umpired a fair game for them and at tbe Thompson'd whisky, Phil is moved to say: lector is that tbe internal revenue tax must expanded yet still making way, entangled depot wben they started home they gave "I don't know why the seizure was made now be paid, which amounts to $30,000 on and surrounded by what was found in full three routing cheers for the umpire. The Romerset base ball club has disband possession of the soil. I think that would unleu it is part of a scheme to break John the lot. up financially. Th?re lm been every posin measure, solve the difficulty. It is not ed. Too much defeat caused a lack of pa GARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. sible effort to Jo that, baciuse he U my a question of minimizing the Almlghtineits tronage which compelled the boys to Lancaster. The two gams advertieed to be brother, I suppose, and I know no other res of God; but whether that Almiglitinees can The colored fair begins at Paint Lick sen for the fight that ha? been made against come down on the situation, and by sheer played here on the 15 h and I6:h with him." Of course this is the merest poppy Thursday. might cleave its way, or whether it is, itself them will be counted 9 to 0 in our favor. Lancaster has an Ultimatum Society subjeot to the rules itself has laid down. Bellman and Struck were each presented uttered solely to create a symcock and for ths suppression of hoodcos. with a bouquet during the game Saturday. pathy for "a much abaaod family." Unless our God is an almighty Rev. Green Clay Smith, of Louisville, well as an almighty law maker, He can The management has promised thee a In the name of as good a man and as will begin a protracted revival at the Bap- as not do tbe first. Divine Love then doing medal if they succeed in winning the pec sound a demccrat aa lives, we protest tist church this (Monday) evening. what it can; but painfally making its way ond place from Danville. against some of the careless papers getting At a sale of the property of the late along the pathway of human free will, es TheDinville A'leocate, commenting on Col. E. Polk Johnson mixed up with Col, Hiram Rothwell, corn in the field brought the game last week uses the following lantabliehed by iUelf, is the spectacle -p- athetic Stoddard Johnston in tbe Murphy endorse- $1 to $1 14 per barrel, hay $S per stack. and thrilling that we behold. For free guage. "Mr. P. M. McRoberis umpired ment business. The London Echo makes Twelve-2.ye- ar old mules fold for $76 each; will is almost synonymous with rebellion the game and did it very well, his only the inexcusable mistake, for no one can mules colts $45 to $60; work mules $100 "Here and tl ere a mistakes beirg in not cilling one of the headlong unbelief read Col. Polk's paper and attribute any to $105 50 Two yoke large cattle sold and traveller" on wisdom's narrow wy, m y be Stanfords out when he was out, and in it Murphy business to him. for $112 and $137 per yoke. One small discovered, and theee are thty who open decision in regard to a ball batted directly Senator Sherman says the eo called yoke brought JS6. Yearling cattle $28 50 the door for the dear LORD to come in to the ground, whicb, when stopped was a At the sale of Joe Biker, debloody shirt isiue is the most important per head. I used to marvel much at the unlimited fair ball, but was immediately knocked The old cus ceased, 400 barrels of'corn in field sold for promise of blessing to Abraham, Isaac and across the line by Hume. one before the country. If the first should look what n miserable picture he $1 per barrel. Twenty stacks of hay $9 a Jacob, for doing very little that wasmxrito mentioned decision had been made other presents in the Harptrs Wtlty as the on- - stack; 1,000 bundles of oats at $1 per 100. rious, mingled with much that was abio-latel- y wise, the S'.anford's score would have been ly agitator in this land of peace, too cowardly Lambs brought S2 per head and sheep abominable. I wonder no looger, reduced two." This is rank injustice to however to accept the Confederates' offer to $1 50 per head. Yearling heifers $17 escb when I know as I now do, that theee men Mr. McRoberts. Tne bill which was Miesefl Marion Wolford and Eliza go with bim and hunt for the alleged distimes" and claimed to have been knocked across tbe ''held the fori" in "perilous Smith left Saturday for North Middletown, loyal men. beat bick a world in arms; and bi filed line by Hume was seen by a 100 re'socr, where they Tbe Signal says that there is a great and the College. have positions as teachers in Sitan, when he was almost havinz It bis all of whoa agree thai Hume did not Mrs. R E McRoberts has growing demand in Wayne for Hon. John So, blessed Noah, with his fail- touch it, and then Mr. McRoberis was gone to visit her parents at Hopkinsville. own way. 8. Van Winkle, for the Circuit Judgship to let us know that he closer to the bill than any one else and had Jack Adams, Jr., and lady of Mt. Vernon, ure fully recorded, and claims that he can carry the county by " man of like passions with oarselvef," a better opportunity to know the truth ot spent Sunday at this place. Mrs. Jane E; was 300 Mr. Y. is an able lawyer and a pleasencouraged to win sue- - the matter titan any person on tbe grounds. Young has retnrned from a visit to hereon, that we might be courtly gentleman and would fill tbe ant, And God will let the As they did not make any complaint at the Dr. F. O. Young, at Lexington. The Lou sess for ourselves. office most creditably should he take a no- appreciates fithfulnesa time it is impossible to tell what other bad isville Timet, of Saturday, has this from its ages know how He tion'to run and be elected. lets Him in, to the devil's world, where deciision is referred to. The Danville team that Washington correspondent: It is my all things new" again. has been sin;ularlv unfortunate this season; The death of the Congressman from the that Samuel Walton, of Lancaster, He longs to "make Blnglo they have not lost a game yet without givThird Arkansas district made the election Ky., will get a Bouth American Consulate. And with what dignity It invests a We will never know, till the ing it out that the umpire beat them, and of a successor necessary and McRae, dem., He applied for Bueno3 Ayres, but Valpar- faithful lift! the strangest part of the matter is that how at crithas just been chosen by 5,000 majority, just aiso would not be bad. Mr. Walton is an dawn of glory lights the sceoe, ground they never flod it out until they get home. battle double that secured by tbe dead man. excellent voung man, one in eveiy way ical moments, on this unseen game here last week they comone "prayer of faith" or "deed of right- After the the way the democracy is growing worthy. That's eousness," turned the scale, or rolled back plimented Mr. McP.oberts on the fairness Court Notes -- Oj Thursday the motion all over tbe country. of his decisions and he thinks that it is for ball made by the counsel for the Best the tile of battle. Only the General in The republicans of Mississippi have very boys was overruled by the court. Com- Command looks over the whole battle field. very unjnst to go home and sy thas he cheated them out of the game. Mr, Mc wisely decided not to nominate candidates monwealth against Moie Judson, for cattle Ojr work may bs an crJinary manouvre r cen for the State offices. A republican stands stealing, enough, in itself; but It may win the bloody Roberts is favorably knowa all jury returned a verdict of guilty tral Kentucky and it is but fair to him no more chance of election in that State and nxed his punishment at two years in day; though we never know it, till we eee that the Advocate make some reparation for than a short tail bull does for peice in tly penitentiary. Commonwealth against James Him as He is. As we may be tbe one, who time. a coming Savior from the skies; so its (injustice Judson for same offense, two years in pen- draws Capt. Irwin Dugan, of Louisville, baa Ten cutters, annealers, and rollers, in itentiary. This with the threeyears James we may, any day, by faith, give the LORD the Mint. Philadelphia, said to the chief received for malicious shooting will make an"open door," through which a world been appointed Supervising Inspector nf coiner that they would quit work unless his term fi re years. Judge Owsley goes to wide blessing may come with His entrance. steam veeselsin theO.h District, The American Btnkers Association, given assurance that they would be retain- Louisville this week but will return and As for the epec'fic difficulty advanced in ed. This was looked upon as the initial adjourn court Saturday. my friend's letter, touching an "angry representing 2,087 National, 3.4S2 irWatc, (Tuesstep in a strike, intended to impair the ef- day) morning Sheriff G. T. Higginbotbam God," redeeming man "from Himself to and 1,817 savings bunk, will hold it annugiving Himself to de al convention at Ciicig) on the 231 ioBt. ficiency of the service, and the men were at and John M. Higcinbotham will leave tor Himself" and in love George O Jones was nominated for Frankfort with the following convicH: liver sinners from His own anger and once discharged Reports just published in New Orleans Jonn JJrake, ,t years for housebreaking; wratb; the only remedy, 1 fejl sure, is a Governor of New York on the greenback States show James Judsoo, 5 years, cattle stealing and from all the to what "our Fathers" believed ticket. The convention was so stormy at that the cotton crop will be even larger malicious shooting: Mose Judson. eatiln frank return for 1,000 years after the Croat had been set times that it was neceteary to call in tie than that of 1884, while the corn crop will stealing, 2 years; Henry Clav, manslaugh I be the greatest ever known in tbe South. upon calvary; viz, that the redemption jpolicj. ter, i years. Btaaford, Ky., September 15, .. Hon. A. M. 1886 formally tendered his resignation "Praise the Loid., Sod is Love and No Keiley, of Virginia, hai thing Else." was from satan, our old master; and the .. .. ...v ........ . , nninm nrtrs. whan (ha "In it- unflerad for thejinjust," was paid Jo that hatefiiW.;pId muter, in order that we (mlght go free because even "the devil. had his due " Let all know, who believe the horrid "orthodox," substitute for this TRUTH, that what they "surely bslieve" was foo -- .!-.., --- W. H. HIGGINS. -' , i DEALEH IN- - I Mill, Collar, Carer. Jus, TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES e, OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY 0- 4000010 0120200 07 Licks-Stanford, PHARMACISTS, iff -- A n Vk JEWELERS- w. Jar W1M MTJIi Parlor UNDERTAKER, Iealei- in Furniture tan e. 4 emhrac sue-com- b. PLEASE DON'T FORGET o-- both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. is always complete, And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning Plows, That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queenswarc in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, .. cotton-growin- g BRIGHT t GURRAN. 3 wn-'8- S r eklfi nlenor Jihr riaSeptember A Mt8EnAnt,K feeling exla'a between the DanTllle. and NIchoUrTllle Bine Bll Clara MARMAOES. that threaten to culminate terloualy. Stanford, Ky V. li, 1339 1 1885 l J " . IOWt fAXf C4W, South ttout- hHorn., The Stanford Female College opened yeMerday with CO pupil and the prorpect for a large increase In the number it flatter log. We are now agents for the DariTllle Plaining Mill, with full etock of ceiling, flwtiog, weather boardinp, lathi, doora and rab, blind, Ac. Bright & Curran. sdl trait) going Morth A sprat strain" " ... - .....t so ,.. " W A. M. 2 VS A.M. Bolar r. at. r. m. not li fbi aLova It calculated aboul-9- mluuUa Drts. Peyton, Reld and Carpenter went LOCAUAlOTlCES. out in the Wayneiburg neighborhood yei- Dor your echool booki from Penny A lerday to perform a eefere lurglcal opera McAUtter. nd tlonon Mr Joe Eilunkn, who has (tone CoMrLtTE etoclt of echool books In the bladder & SOkb'1' Mcllob-irtchool Kuppllw at Watches and Jewelry rtpMred on ahortr. The Yoeemite iVeiM eaya that pure bitunotice and warranted bf Penny A McAHa-taminous coal 8 feet thick has been dlicover-e- d Buy the Hum Hok Itemed?, the. origiIn Adair county, 10 feet below the surnal od onlr genuine, from Peony AMoAl-lateface, which cau be eailly mined. This is argument In favor of the C. & N. A co.Mri.r: atock of Jewelry, latent another ford wmnhen a "pecinlty. Pen- coming our way. ityle. Hock ny A McAII(ei. F. J. Curran, has sold his InC'HANors. Kaiuieiu, Head Tiiib. Go to Dr. M. package terest in the firm of Bright A Curran to L. Ikmrne'a druir atore and Kt ore of Sam A. Clark' Hoir Kemedy, If you Thomai Metcalf , who haaanld his in the It your money firm of Warren A Metcalf to A. A. Warren. are not eatloBed after will he refunded. The buinea of both Grnn will progress as if a r, Wir os atandard Urn, 8aml. Barbour and Miss Laura Mason, of Laurel, eloped to Louisville and were married. A wedding win celebrated at Wash ington, Oa., wh(ch le remukable for the fact that the groom is 93 years of age and the bride 03. Mr. James J, Hale and Miss Mary Higglnbotban, obtained licence Sunday and going to the residence of It v. 8 S. were loon united for life in his ex peditious style. Mtsi Bettie DaWaal, granddaughter of Mrs. B'tsy Nevius, of this place, was married a few days ago in HoU'ton, Texas, to Mr. J II. Muller, a young man of promi nence in that city. DEATHS. Mrs ts J. J. EUsrdsdied Sunday after - u-- ln PERSONAL no change had been made. went to LuU-Tllleyeterd- It C. WAnitr.v, K--j, Whiti.ey county ia to have a hinging The Court of Appeili has affirmed the de 7 Whitley Circuit Court in the Mk. J.A. CAitrENrruI'down with a cision of the cas of Geo. 8trickler, who wis convicted malarial attack. murder of Mips Hue Wade IIeazlei returned to and sentenced to death for the occurred in April, Bettie Hall. The murder Louisville Saturday. Annie Owm.ky, of Woodford, I 1881. Mls T the gutxt of Mrs. II. C. Bright. Bail was refused Humphrey and Wil- Ma F. J. Vai.knti. an exerienred liitn Brst by Judge Owsley at Lancatteron printer of Bowling Oreen, wis here a few Friday, when a case of very unprovoked days ago. murder wis made out ag.lnst them. They Missm Fannie Keid nd Utile Hoot killed a negro man at Paint L'.ck last year bare returned from a vll. to Mrs. Dr. under circumstances that made it a horrlb'e butchery. Letcta at Paint Lick. Mks Lou Shanks went to Ilarrods-bu- r Onn Himtonville subscribers will plea'e Friday to plac hr dsughter, Miss bear with ui a short time. We are en Annie, in Dtughters College. deavoring to make arrangements whereby Miw 0 E.KVANH, wife of the Superover getting coro. they will get their papeis the same week ol intendent of the Knoxville Division, is the Chailey Price has been very low with Eld. Stephen Collier will commence a ifue if no sooner. The pcwlofSce departSatguest of Mrs. Fiank Harris. cjnsumption lor a long time He had a to force the Cin- protracted meeting at Halls Gap, next ment has been appealed to, breech-loadinshot gun which the boys Mtr Annie IIolmi-- and Sillie cinnati Southern to make the conntctlon re- urday night. at 50 cents, per Fish, ol Crab Orchard, who have Wen cently broken for spite. Mr. Beecher favors a high license law, raflUdofl for him Aim vifillne Ml Hay, have returned "because absolute prohibition is an abso- chance. Sam Aoderson held the lucky The Junction City Herald says Jesse lute impossibility." home. number and very generouly presented the We did r.o know until a day or two Hock t r, son of Dr. Hocker, of Turneraville, Rev. J. E. Triplett's meeting at Pulas- gun to Charley again. since that M C irnie C npr had returned met with a painful accident while braking ki has resulted in 12 additions. Rev. A The Leader is tbe title of a new ptper from Cloverport. She is with her sister, cj a freight train. As he ws itanding on 8. Moflett is to amiet him this week. to be started at Lon loo on the 15 h or 221 a flat, a coupling pin, by some unaccounta Mrs. K 8. Lvtle. of this month, his to be democratic in fSomertet Republican. Mu J. II BnowN, of Chlcigo, sport- ble meaoi, was thrown with much force The Catholics of the United States politics. Messrs M. T. Cr.ft and John ing side whisVet nd deTrloped into a froo its place, and striking him on the side have bean called upon to contribute to the Pearl are at its helm, Both ate bright and for htndeome man, i illtng hi si'ter, Mrs. of his head, made an ugly wound, and ho endowment of professorship for the new intelligent young men and we Ite piper will narrowly escaped with life. (leorce II. Bruce. Catholic University endowed by Miss Cild tbe Ixader a great succea er annum 1 be issued weekly at ens dollar ii M. I) 1 1 ei it re, of the Lancaster JVeva Mr. nnd Mrs. J.ick Adams Jr., are The Tobacco Parade Thursday will be well. and C. W. Metcilf, of the Jeeeamice Jour Rev. H. T. Daniel arrived last night viniilnir in Lancvter Messrs. C W. and the grandest thing of the kind ever attempt nal, witnessed the cm hMween the Stan assist Rev. J. M. Bruce in a protracted W. G. Adams have tens to S ewartsville. ed in Louisville, and as the railroads have to fords and theXtchola'villee meeting at tbe Baptist church, which will Mo. where thev will rema'n durirg the put down the fate so low, the whole country a popu ar millinOt'n business manager, KlJfe C. Wl The public if winter. Sam ofAnderson, is her today for some weeks. Louisville, ery drummer will be there to see It. Oaly $2.10 for the continue ton, is doing the mountain towns this week cordially invited to attend. Miss May Adams will siart to Ilarrods-burround trip from here. Notify Train for this piper. Willlamsbnrp, Woodbine, to day. She will attend Daughters At the Methodist Conference last week Frank Harris by Wednesday afier-nooLondon, Hat Burnstadt, Altimont, Pittsat Versailles, a court composed of a num- Coll??. o that he can gel a special car, proburg, Livingston, Ml. Vernon, nd Broad-hea- d ber of ministers appointed to try Dr. G. T. vided as many as 60 ko from- here. HEW AIIVKUTISEJIEST. T may each expect him Have your Gould for immorality, found him guilty colored and expelled him from tbe chucb Stkwaut, a Mauv money ready, Mn. A. S. Pa.vton, wife and their woman, wife of Charley Stewart, the paint! 1 LAND, STOCK AND CROP pretty little children, Mir, Susie and Rob er, was foun in Logan's Cieek yesterday k, Indebted to the ntate er B. F. ert, arrived Friflar evening, iccompinied morning In water up to her waist. She bad Wanted. 2 000 bushels of seed oats. All prK3 by note or account will pleaic come dee'd, jumped off the bridge and remained in Bright & Curran. lie Miss Mrv Tsi?ott, ticher of French, forward and ret tie by the 30th ol this tronth. Latin and and her sister, Miss the water for hours and would not come A few nice Berkshite, boar shoats for .t;.v. S.ltt.lll IWIIAXKS, Administratrix. M. t Julii, of Stsunlon, V. Mrs. Paxton has out until brought by force, as she declared sale. J. Bright, Stanford. nerly re:i7erel from her late severe ill some oce was after to kill hr. She bes M. Speed Peyton eold to J. H. Miller been loiing her mind for seyeral weeks. MILLINERY. cattle at 3c. new. 10 head common Mn. I'ErEii Mum McRoiituw, a mot Lawson A Hubble bought in this and AH old gentleman giving his name as nnd Mrs. Fanalc reputable young republican of Stanford, George Mowrey and bis residence as Ab- neighboring our ties r0 odd mules, 2 to 5 Miss Kntc Logan whi hold nftne under Cille'stor Sope, ingdon, Iowa, ia here and states that he has years old at an average of $00. Arc daily rtceirlcsa choice and well selectel line to which they Murphy's removal for the reason Joe 8. Miller, late of this place, under arSeventy horses and mules, 100 carri- of Kail and WinterolMllllntrr, of this tlclnlty. It tbe ladles the attention "that Murphy's attacks on the democratic rest (or frtuidulenly obtaining notes to the ages and huggice nnd a saloon were burned will be their atud j to rleue and tbey bore to merStore it a full ahare of patronage.Stanford.on Lancister puty were beyon 1 all couiimn decency and value of $15,000 from his wife, who, Miller at Nashville, Tenn. Loss 590,000. street, first one above Main, retpect." I gst thti and otrers by mail, claims, is his aunt. Too notes were obtain John II. Miller bought of Henry D, Peter, you are riah'; but win, about Broth- ed, he says, after Miller had drugged the Biughman, 93 sheep (mixed lot) for SI 35 FOR HALF, er Murphy's bickers? So much the worse woman in his abjrnce. We hope there is and of A C. Tucker a yoke of oxen for A Louisville Time' Washington some mistake about the matter. for them S0. corretpordent. Fon Sale. A lot of splendid aged On DanTllle itrect, In SUnlord. The lot contains TitEciseof Kllaha Buih vs. E, T. Pence work mules nnd common horses. Call on twoacieiand lus on it a comfortable dwelling, corn crib, a aplendld cistern, and A. T Nunnelley created considerable LOCAL MATTERS. Ky. J. 6. stable,large numlr of fruit and ornamental fees. ind a It was before Judge John II. Miller, S:anforJ, In interest ytsteiday. This Is one of the most desirable residence apjlvtae Hughes. 8. 8. Myers. to Fniiii oyster y. lilsce. To letics and further particular Varnon and ii for the recovery of two ILIVS, Stanford. SClni JOHS Jf. I'll At W. H. Robinsons' sale in Mercer Inkioo calico jutt received Owsley A mules, which Marshal Bright' administra- corn aold at 51 07 shucked In the field; tor sold them. Bush, his brother Frank Craig's. at $01. Ferry were arrested here last wheat at $1.25 and yearling mule of and Jim A BON has bren born to W. C. Owens, Democrat. Stolen from my stable, near Stanford, on the spring and tried for stealing the, mules, but Bomertet. Maud 8. made another unsuccessful at- night ol the llth, a llau "'l'.,ilI0.l7l'tllnJ, good woraer and a as they were acquitted they thought that at 10 hania high, Also a uearlv new hogskln saddle. I will gle See offer of reward for hoe stolen from evidence enough that the mules belonged tempt to lower her Cleveland record rewara lor inecspmronuu Her best the abate Narragansett Park Saturday. the stable of Mr. R. R. Gentry. M M lyhone. It. It. I (Stanford, Mf to them and hence the suit. Robl. Hard50 St i time waa 2:10 Kali, lot of Zetgler Brothers' boots and ing, E q , of Danville, represents the Although old man Harper yaluea Ten pl.inllfl and W. II. Miller and W. O shoes mat rcelved at 8 II. Shanks'. Broeck at 5100,000, he only gave him to Bradley the defendants. The care will octhe assessor at $500 but the Board of Equal- - The Farm on the roid from UtistonTlUe to Liter. Teh 8hares of Farmers National Bank cupy most of iiatioa raised the weessmect on him and ty, in Lincoln county, Ky., I mile from Stock for sale. Apply at the Btnk. Tlllr. formerly occupied by Jtra. I'hicbe main, TiieC AG. The Yosemlte Xtus refer- all bis other horses 21 per cent. of valuable decM, containing about lt.t A cfCH Nrvivs A Allen have contracted to ring to an article in our Hustonvllle letter atd ni.(lr., Land, well watered, on both. sides cf The Lexington races begin tbe turnrlke road, with comfortable MprT' neat cottage, for Mr B. VanAradale concerning the Chesipake & Nashville biild a will end Saturday. The fall meeting of menls. Any one desirous of owning a valuable Any person at McKinney. well to says: Stanford people ought to be fully in- the Louisville Jockey Club will be inaug- - home will do purcha.e ee tbla land. K. B. Tucker, will tall en wanting to -- Two hundred and fifty thons formed on that subject, as they witnessed ured oce week from tcday, September who will show tbe V rm and give price and terms, Bjhck or addren T. A. Blaln, Stowers Pf'toftee, blmpwn for sale by the L. & N 'a frantic opposition at the reAgent. and, hard and T. !. 11 county, Ky. 21, and will continue for ten days. " cent railroad election. Aj to the L. & N Henry Baughman. says BlackThe Harrodsburg Dcmozrat the whole thing," President burn, Breckinridge, Knott and Stoddard S Go to W. II. Hlgclns for the best 'buying out has just told us that the road Johnston have prostituted the influence atshinnies in town, made by Monroe Smitb, Zimmerman OP A irLKNDID will certainly be built, that it will be a taching to their positions to further Interchestnut and poplar. J thicknew. m paying property, and emphtiacally asserts ests private in their character, and unwor! A VKiiv pleasml hop was given in honor that the L. & X. can't produce money themselves. thy in of the Xicholaavillc Base Bill Club at the enough to buy It. The world was not T, .nf aimlirmrntof the Lincoln Circuit S. M, 0ens shipped from Mctinney Term. rendered at Opera House, Friday night. Besides a full built in one day, gentleman, and you will to Charles City. Iowa, on Saturday last, a Court, W. W. Hay lis October against 1881, in the Alma Haj a. an J others case of ,v young gentlemen the following gain nothing hy becoming impatient and quota of car .of shorthorn cattle. Dr. Hagyard, I will as special ujiuujiiiiouh " on the highest b'dder young ladiea participated. Misses Lillian captious. State Inspector examined and pronounced McChord, Lebanon; Adah Fellows, SpringNow'a Your Chance. Toe L. & N. them the best car load he had inspected for SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1885, field, Mc; Annie Wainrlghl, Memphis, will eell round trip tickets by Its regular sometime. Mr. O is establishing consider- Ontherremlsca, the fine Blue (Iran Farm beTennjMary Wilmore, Jessamine; Mattle mail train on the 10 h, its early express on able reputation as a dealer In the purest longing to tbe children of W. II. Havs, Uetd., containing Brown, Lancaster; Kate Edelin, Boyle; the 17th and a special which leaves Liv- breed of shorthorns. and Annie Holmes, Crab Sillie Fish OF 2365 ingston at 1:30 A. M , on the 17th at one HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Annie Alcorn, Emma Sauiley, Mary cent per mile each way. The special will barna and Is a large, new dwelllng-hnusThere all necessaryouibulldlngson said Farm, an orchRiid, Alma Hays.Cornle and Julia Cooper. piss here al G.0C a. m. Thursday nnd the Chrittian College will open on Wednes- ard of select ftutt, nice yard and gardcu. Tbe farm well watered and fenced and aliogolher one or DmrriNO SriUNoa. About 60 persons fare will be but $2.10. Tickets good until day. Miss Ilannah Burgin resumes her po- Is mest desirable pi cea In Kentucky. Said land the Is situated on the stantord and Hustonvllle plko, accepted Col. D. G. Slaughter's invitation the 10th. Tho occaaion of tbe excursions sition as lady principal. from (Stanford. The sale will be made Saturday and among is the Tobacco Celebration and Trades Pro of Friday JS amiles ol 6, 12 and 18 months; bonds will The Interior Journal on credit to dine with him approvtdaccmlty. payable to the Special them Col. Hill, who is enthusiastic in cession on Thurday, which will be the has not yet come to hand. Subscribers are bearing 6 per cent. Interest from date oyer attempted in Louisville, beginning to clamor for a revival of the until paid and a lien retained on the landfor their praise of the entertainment and the enter- grandest thing payment. JOll 31. ilt.lv, Mr. old pony expres'. social Commissioner. tainer. He ears he hae rarely sat io a bet- in addition to the great Exposition. Franic Harris tells us that if as many as 50 ApoloKetlc Have jut learned that enjoyed a day more thoroughter dinner or At the same time and place I will, ai agent for ly. Thu' bill embraced oysters, ealmon, wish to go from Stanford and vicinity he the Interior Journal reached tbla office Mis. Kate Hays, sell to the blhest bidder kinds of will furnish a special coach for their u?e some time Sunday night. has, chicken, turkey, mutton, all Blue-Gra- si Land, The wind storm of Sunday afternoon Thirty Acres of Tine vegetables and breads, a dcztn kinds of Tnose desiring Io go will therefore please above tract a of the cake, cringe, lemons, bananas, peaches, notify him by Wednesday afternoon or was terrific for a little while, but pawed otundiothlraett(')eiUtegtbfr. making a term,M grapes, French candiei, nuts, cordials and leave their names at the Inteiuoii Joun over without serious damage so far as nruoiHUi i AgBti nal oflico. heard from. wlnts, ice cream, eof!e nnd hotcake. g to-dg er n, well-know- n a lingering illness ol consumption, leaving a hutband and four little children all in a mest pitiable condition, he bting (filleted with the same dread dtease and verv poor. Mrs- - Lottie Diugbersy, aged 74, died A Vail yesterday at the home she was born at in Win Musical MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Clietnlcnla, UDOHM, Blaine's Gap, of tumor of the stomach. I'aliitH, uiciars. Pockaii Managed by Jno. B. Fist. She was a siter of Cspt. Dougherty and OIlH, HoitpH, T olmcCOH. Onilnrv. a Presbyterian beyond the recolSuoday eyenirg. had been A very hard rain fell LlUllpM, Mncuin lection of most people now living. The tobjcci shiw l Louisville Thurs Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical (foods Department Is In Charge of OoL W. 8. Hume the great distillery man, day will draw go'H crod from this pUc. Tlios. Blchards, who will Repair tVatchcs and Clocks promptly and In the beat died at his home at Silver Creek, Saturday Fare $2 CO. He bad smaesed a large fortune of dux A very ennll ntnount of property was which will go to his wife, uve sons ana a soldatCipt. R L. Meri' sale 8iturday, 3? daughter. Mr. nutne was a relative of and what was eold went a very low pricer. W. Miller, of this place. at the Col. Thomas There is great rtjoicing up here Of conaumptiou ai his home in Crab success of Judge Durham over Johniton, Oichard on the 11th, Ctpt. Jacob M. Hig- - Blackburn Ac, in having Murphy removed gins, aged 55. A wife and four children, rod Cipt. Grubtn appointed in his siead all grown, survive him and in their grief as s iperinteodent of the public buildim; at they have the warm sympathy of many Frankfoit. friends, who knew Ctpt. Higgins and ap Quite a stir was created Saturday ly predated his many eicllent trills. His the report ihai.Iude J. M. Fish had lost DEALER IN- -. remains were interred in the Odd Fellows his pocket book with several hundred dolcemetery In the Pres nee of a largs assem lars in cash and notes in it. He found it blsge of pople. at Lome in the orn crib where it had worked out of his jocket while stooping RELIGIOUS. e, Price and 8tndifrr, uf THEare reported to hve spent i.he 8a Bryant nuil paw pas Cap. Rust here huollns LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. and family have arrinued to leave for their Htrntton. Texas home John Rid and D Taylor belong to reaiuanihlp.Tjre-wr- l Ing PaDlIrg, Arithmetic Ac. It la tbs only to the base bill club. Om is ifllcted with Collage In thlt Mellon wbertlD Ii taugbt as booki ire kept t.y tbe beat and about 300 lbs, of obedty, the. other labors baokera, and a thorough practical knowltJeo account gUeo. U. the lawful and arranged lailne-s- , devotion but their under chronic any College In the Vit. Tbouiardaol niccmful graduitta teitlfy to tbe abore. Call or to the game is such that they both play roomi of address and each hires a boy to do his running. A couple of our veteran beaux out & College, riding 8tiody evening, conc'uded to stop Cor. Third and Jf flenoo, LOUISVILLE, KY. after dark at n fine looking residence owned by a fr end, and elicit as strangers a night's lodging. The gentleman was called out and interviewed. After offering several excues sickness in his family Ac., he was compelled to refute pvitively to entertain. The party came to town chuckling overth success of their trick, but were horrified to learn that thv had blundered In on one of fiose ocrasiooal frolics which PHIMACEIJTISIS occur every few years in increasing families. Travelling merchan's are warned to have their eyes open in this town. Practic1 K A I K nw IN al j ikes are all the rntt now Messrs Dsr-vill- 1 -- Book-keepi- bt Louisville Bryant Stratton Business M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drngs, & STAGG, Liquor Stanford, Ky. Iiittrueuifot. Paper, c. Stationery, Perfumery, Fire inns, Needle. ITSIE OHI-i- GROOBR. T. R. WALTON, ' o 1 H And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO OROUERIE3 AND PBOVHIOSS. HE KEEP3 Tin-- , Glass- - isrotloe and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Tq- - ili-tor- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. In-ri- 86-1- 1 School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. DesirableResidence wood-hous- e, $20 3Ftward. it'; Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. FOR (53-0- SJ3lIjE5. WMOJESAXjE PRICKS Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, ! """- y well-burne- l'At Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 4 Farm Wagons and many other Ooodft to GOMR-'- SALE Ie Stock JajL-- RETAILED AT WHOLESALE FRIGES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must So Sold. GEO. D. WEAKEX, Muiinruc(urcr&' Agent. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick. M Do jou Intend eending ycur child to school? Bourne keeps all kinds ol School Books, Inks, Papers, Pens, Copy Books, Tablets, l'ads, Sponger, ACRES LAND! e, Slates, rmclli. Do you want totnarry7 do then, and get your Face Powdete, Perlumes, Cacheus, Soaps, Urushea and Combs front llourno. Uw ? Get Do you wantto please your mother-Iher a pair of LeMare'a Celebrated Itock Crystal Spectacles and paint her house with mixed Paints. Bourne baa them. Arc you sick? Have you Headache, Packacne, Tceache? Bournokeepa all klnhs of Medicines. Remember, Bourne will give a nice present to the first gocd looking girl who repeats the following-n. Pocket Books, Flavoring Extracts, Artists' Materials, Dye btutli, tamps, Vasea, Dolls, Spices, And Hand Mirrors, Violin Strings, French Harps, Theraornetors, Confection , tl Varulihes, Paint), OIU, 1.C01 other article, at DIC. BOUllXE'S NEW DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. OpVoalte Myera Uousa. Patent ., Medicines, Feather Duileri, fe'havlrg Materials, Toilet Artlrlts, Sjta ii-ilr- B -- - 1" St in t c -- SBttMn Interior G. ournaI THE FUNNY MAN'S BABV. 1 A. SUNNY CLIME FARM FOR SALE. 1 1 LUMBER YARD. MIWIIT & CVMIAX. POK CO'JCHS STAMP-COLLECTIN- IBoston Courier. Tbe funny man went to hlsdosk tOrwrlte; lie had wat.'hed all day, ho rrould write all BENEFITS DERIVED FROM THE MANIA IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The ltoyal lioinl to Learning fiottliis flood General Knowledge or the Earth nud the Different Nations Thereof Kxiiinplns. is And finish his work, so he trunmoJ tbe light. In the room ndjoinlng his baby lay, And tboy Mild she was slowly paawing away, And would dlo ere tbe light of another day And thought of tho babo going out in tho gloom To tho shadowy land boyond tho tomb. So bo wroto, room. night WHICH BRINGS NAUGHT BUT MISERY TO ITS PEOPLE. Condition of tho Farm Laborers in tral Italy Starting Out to Work Life In a Care Sickness and Death. (Chicago Times. Cen- Ilavlng opeael up a lumber yard In the Jreirof oiler for isle my Farm of HI Acres, mldwsr our iiore, we ure uuw It Is In good condition, well Improved, his brick house outbuildings. Apply to or Prepared to Furnish any kindjof Lumber nd all the addrfMiusst McKlnner. Ky. In the rough, rottiof all kinds. Shingles cut, IF. A. HAMILTON, awed and shaved. AIx Agenti for the Danville Planing Mills. TAYLOR'S srtu uko. Ulfc bttwetn TurneriTllle and McKlnner. S0-2- FARM FOR SALE I dlitely 2J-I- 1 3&! CET 11 with his heart In tho other M Sadder thon most of the rod tali of the waut, degradation, poverty, sufforlug, sickness and doatb among the agricultural popIt was bard to wrtto with death p nigh, INew York World. Hut be ground out jokes as tho hours went ulation of western Ireland it the account Teachers In tbe public schools of this city by, given of the condition of tho farm laborers have disco re rod that thord 1 one royal road And closed each page with a criof-borin central Italy by Mr. Beauclork, ono ot tho sigh. to learn much of what is taught betvoan rocivtarios of tbo British legation at Rome. tbo fifth and first grade, and that N through Tbo materials for this roport wero obtained The reuU is that they aro It was hard to write, but tbo world must chiefly from tbe ofllclal report of tbo Italian a sUinp-nlbulaugh, encouraging tho chllJrou In ovory possible So ho penned the rhyme aud tbe paragraph, agricultural commission, appointed to Inway to form collections, that thoy set the And even a humorous epitiphl quire into the agricultural condition ot the examples themsolvcs, and that at tbe noon country anl to recommend improvement to pen flew fast and the hours went on His rccoss they often preside over a stamp exbo undertaken by tho state. Tbo statement change Said one teacher recently at a Till his night of toil was almost gone, Aud tbe east showed the tint faint streaks in this official report are confirmed hy tbo touchers' meeting: "I havo been only throe personal observation ot Mr. Beauclork. To of dawn. mouths collecting, and In that time I have say that tbe farm laborers, who embrace lcarnod more geography and more current Then he dropped bis pen and raised his tho largost proportion of the population, history thon In any previous year. I have head: lire and are treated like cattle, would be two boys In my class (fifth grade) who have "Now tbe column is finished," tho funny giving their condition much better than It man said. ayear-on- o 10 and the other boon collecting for And the nurse coming In, said, "the baby Is really is. 11 and no boy in tbe first grade can match Cattle in most countries are boused in dead." either of them. They know the name and winter and protected from storms during GIVING SIGHT TO THE BLIND. date of accession of every ruler in tho world; i other seasons of the year. But in central tho population, coinage (in our money), I Italy the farm laborers do not enjoy country An Old Woman Whose Lifelong llllnd- - protection afforded by barns and stables. the shield, flag of every stamp-issuin- g In or colony; the different bsuoj of stamps, of tbe Campagno district thero aro but 550 iibm Was Ileinedled. couno; and they havo n better general Medical Journal. housoi for 32,754 inhabitants. Some live In knowledge of tbe oartb, the relative sizjs At the recent meeting In New London, huts r.nd wigwams, others in cavos and of countries, the intelligence of the people, Conn., of the American Ophthalmologics! grottoes, or In tbe ruin of ancient buildings than nlno grown persons out of ten. They 9 I titbit. . at. t na nnruvtnllnn its I and tombs, whilst "many have no roof as an amuse- have learned it without study, above them but the heavens, and no bod be The Medical News, Dr. L. IVeb-meac- without knowin; that they were on a case ot neath them but the grass." In one commune 8ter Fox raad 0 ci,nleal cataracts removed 704 persons lived during all last year withI congenital rulos ot marbles.' BS m a patient wj years of age. Omitting tbe out a dwelling to call home. When tbe in tho least ur. tors paper day's work in tbo field was over, men, A principal at tba same meeting said: I purely technical portions, women and children ate their rations under was as follows: "My brightest children aro On Feb. 4, 1SS4, a negress presented her- - a shed erected for tbe purpose ot protecting All my 'show scholars are. I can go into self at the eye clinic of tbe Gormantown mules, and then threw themselves on th any school and pick out in ten minute) hospital, suffering with cataracts. The ground to rest. Here children wore born, To do It I "ill give lenses were opaque, every middle-agewomen suffered from with well marked deout twenty questions of general information posits of calcareous concretions situated in and old men died. Many were glad fevers, to obevery one who answori ten or mora tbo Interior or visible portions ot tho lenses. tain the sort of food given to hogs, and to and will bo a When asked Upon examination, good projection of find shelter during a storm under a shed what questions she would ask, she gave tho light was obtained. Tbe history elicited was built to protect beasts ot bunion. following as offhand illustration: What Tbo condition of farm laborers is better In that since birth the vision had not changed, European countries own tbe We,t India simply being able to distinguish day from some parts of Italy, but It Is very bad evIslands? Namo tbe group belonging to night, or tbe light of a lamp, or tho shadow erywhere. The average wages of adult each. What is the population of Montsor. of a dark object when brought directly in male agricultural laborers aro less than f50 rati How are tbe Virgin Islands go vented I front of tbe patient's face. Feeling assured per year. On the large estates they work Where and what is Heligoland! Name of tbe sensibility of the retina, an operation in gangs of toveral hundred each. They according for the cataract in ono oye was suggested, can bo seen starting out in tbe gray mist of of Europe countries tho to popula- and was por formed. Tbo lens was successthen according to site, tho early morning toward tbe fields whore tion. Tbe samo for South America and Cen- fully removed in Its capsule with n Critch-ett'- s they are to work, always accompanied by tral America. Name England's colonies In an overseer, who rides on horseback. They spoon. Thore was a small loss of vitreSouth Africa, Australasia, in Asia, accordwork in tho fields till sunset, never leaving ous, which was fluid. Tbo eyo was closed ing to size aud then nccording to populathem to eat food. Such as it allowod them Immediately, and tbe wound heald withtion. How many British colonies uo our out reaction; tbe eye being bathed daily is brought and dealt out to tbem on tbe American colnagel How many foreign with a mild astringent lotion, but tho Hi grass. During tbo entire day tho mounted countries! Name tho presont ruler ot each was not disturbed. overseer rides among the laborer's who are country in Europe and the title of oach one. At the end of debt days tho bandazes of both sexes, to see that no ono shirks or Namo some ot tbe kingdoms 'of India still wero removed, when it was found that tho neglecUbls task. ruled by native prinoos. What do you wound was closed and a keyhole iridotomy i Hero is tbe picture Mr. Boauclerk draws Is Stellalandl know about Borneo! Where existed which was perfect in outline and ot tbem: "Men and women bending to tho Namo the rulers of Spain since lbb'3. Of showed a clear medio. The patient was ' ground, shivering in tbe chill mUUof France. Of Italy. "Any child," sho said, she could see objects several feet lug, tolling in mournful sllenco, they might "who hat been collecting for a year could distant, but was quite at a loss to under- - i but a herd or human cattle, resembling answer any one of tbem. The newest colstand tbe visual phenomena. she was their fellows, but belong to a different and lector could answer six or eight, and por-ha- quite nervous from tbo effect of the shock, degraded race of captive helots." It is certon. How many children who do not and started violently and closed her eyes as tain that no one ever had tbo temerity to collect could answer five of them!" represent tbe condition of the ssrfs of if from fear. She was unable to name any Anotbor teacher told bow an inspjetor object placed before her, but readily disRussia, tho coolies of Borneo, or tbe slaves came to bor class-roonoon recess, at the when her band was placed of any country as bad as this. Still the tinguished intending to stop this "foolishness about upon it. Ait few moments afterward she worst Is not told in this horrible recital stamps." They were in tbo middle of the readily distinguished a watch which was That Is contained in a roport that in some stamp exchange and a boy had just handed shown her. This was distinguished, not by districts half tbo agricultural laborers were her a stamp to "place and value" in others. its form, but by its ticking At this tluio taken to hospitals during last summer, and "Keep your seat," said the inspector, wools of in the order from the general government before different colors were grimly; "I want to see what you are doing." her, and a certain one given toplaced "that dead animals be burned or burled in be matched, She hold up the stamp to tho boys around. to prevent the poasante from which was dono without "Sarawak," they chorused. "Whose hiad?" accurate eonsibility ot tbeconfusion, proving 3ulckllme up and eating them, as often "Rajiy Brooke." "What date!1 "1S74." delicate tints, although retina to the most happons." name was "What is It worth!1 "Eightcents unused." "In known to tbe patient. Afternot a days the Tbe condition of tbe present several exchange!" "Twenty cents." "It was a good object and wool test was made again. When hardly better than that of the proprietors i hired laboropportunity," said the teacher, "and I know looking at a distance she tried to grasp the ers. In tbe country 122,033 have farms what thi Inspoctor had come for, so I objects, and a flock of sparrows were sup- that contain lass than two and a half acres thought I would teach him a lesson, and posed to be teacups. Owing to her first im- each. Tbe soil la dug with a rude spade. continued on Sarawak. Where is Sara- pression ot distances, she was for quite a Thero would be the reverse of economy in wak!" "In Borneo." "Who rules Borneo!1 time afraid to walk with her eyes open, the using draft animals, if tbe farmers could "Sultan Abdul Mumeln." "What Is the floor appearing at a distance. A red and obtain tbem. Men are cheaper than horses, capital city!1 "BrunL" "What is the pop- black color produced pain in tbe eyeball, and women than mulo... Tbe beasts mut "Twenty thousand." "Of the while green aud wblto were soothing. After be shod, but tbe human beings can go bare ulation!'' "Who is island! ' "Nearly 2. 000,000." tbe bandages were removed sho was allowed foot. It seems to ba no groat wonder that Rajah Brooke!" "Sir Charles Jobustona the freedom of a moderately lighted room the members of a family lament the death Brooke, successor of Jamet Brooke." "What to become accustomed to tbe objects about of a goat more than they do that of a near Is Sarawak!" "A provlnco of Borneo." her, as well as to learn to measure distances; relative. p boy bad she repeatedly When the Sarawakiau-itamThis is the "fre, united, and rejuvenated refused to walk, although tbo pocketed bis three stamps and 2 conM cish nurse Italy" about which we have beard so much assured her that no danger would bebalsncodue, ths teachsr turns 1 to the induring tbe past few yoarx. This Is tbe land fall her in tbe offort. spector, who had stood silent, grim, anl The patient was soon able to associate tbe of flowers and sunshine, tho coungri6ly, and asked him, with butter In her same of ovisry "where prospect pleases," the object, and at tbe some try month: "Do your children collect, Mr. weeks, in tbe meantime end of her tbe ancient borne of art, literature, using Blank!" "They do not," slid be rather sye and science. Here Virgil, Horace, and constantly, she was able to mengruffly his losson had boeu wvore "but It Tasso sung. Here are tbe grandest monution all tbe lu this U 'collecting portage stampi' they shall hospital, but atobjects wouldtbe ward of the ments of architecture the world contains. times make mistakes I) tbe fourth grade; This bgin Hero tbe finest paintings and tbo most beauquite as ludicrous teaand they are both In the first; neither one of cups. In Januaryas the birds tbe tbe oye tiful statuary of both ancient and modern of this year right (hem could answer one question you Wave was operated on; no reaction followed, and times woro producod. Here a civilization asked." Since that tint Inspector Blank was established that extended over three he is has been an earnest supporter ot philately, eyos. now ablo to see porfectly with both great contlnonts, and a llteraturo w as proanl has given to school children over a duced that promises to endure through all The Treasury's Coin Detective. dozen album. He now has a standing offer time. Hero a language was perfected that of an international (the best) album to any Brooklyn Eaglcl was tbe basis of most of the tongues now bcbolar in his schools who collects 400 differFor many years I wondered whenever I cpoken. This is tbe country whose agricul ent stamps. met him who an extraordinary man could 2,000 years ago was the wonder of tbe Thj same teacher said, In reply t) ques- be. He was a man of advanced yoars, , ture ., .. w.-- ,' Hero, according to riiny, reaping ... tions, that sho founl it best never to interwitu an enormous wmte mustaebo aud a macmnes arawn uy norses woro in use fere with trading except to determine the gray imperial. He had a little, stubby twenty centuries before McCormick was vnluu of the stampi, and to fee, generally, nojo which was as red as a bit of fire and born. Now tbe agriculture ot Itily Is worse that value was given for valus according his eyebrows grew together in a bunch. His than that ot Ireland; thero aro fow mato catalogue prices. When a Hew stamp figure was very tall, corpulent and his manchines for cultivating the soil or for harvestcainu in tho trade was postponed to the next ner martial. He was usually accompanied ing crops Human muscls is cheaper than exchange day for the boys to real up. "I by a Iittlo, dark-haire- d man, and w&s one rods of steel. loavo all to tbe boys aud uovor lay anyof the hardest drinkers in New York. It thing except w'hou they are at a loss. I keep was said at one time that it was impossible Convention of Icelanders. it from bein; a lesion." to go into a bar in any part of Now York IClilcazo Times. One who has never started a collection at any hour of tbe day or night without It will bo news to most peoplo, probably, cannot undorotand or npprocinto the feeling finding tbe colonel, as he was called already that there ure between 5,000 and C,000 which soon takos possession ot tbe collector. there. living in this country. But that is He collects for the ploasuro It gives him, Ho died not Ions ago, and then 1 accitbo fact, and quite recently delegates from and tbo pleasure constantly grows on ac- dentally found out that he wat a coin de- eleven Icelandic congregations in Dakota, count of the information acquired. When tective of amazing ability. lie was in the Montana and Manitoba mot in convention lie receives a now stamp, say from Suritreasury, and was usually discharged seveu Mountain, in tbo first territory, nam., St'jllaland, or Nowanuggur, he can or eight times a year. Tho enmo ot bis dis- at form a ty nod leal union. namel is a hitch, Thoro to not remain satisfied uutil he knows all about charge was intomporance. Though bo was howaver. in Iceland the women have voice tbo country and how and when the stamp so frequently dismissed, he never bad any and vote 1 congregational mattery and4tbe was Issuod. The result Is that for general dlflloulty in getting back again, as it was synod leal institution adipted at Mountain information concerning any country or impossible to replaco blm. Ho could run by a veto of 18 to 8 contained a provision to colouy issuing stamps, the American small-bohis baud through a barrel of coin and pull that olfect, but to mo nf the oougrezations collector is far bitter authority than out all tbe counterfeits with his oyos closed are so stoutly opposod to thU equality of tbo gazetteer or eucyclopmlia. What diaHe was never known to niako a mistake and tho sexes that at least one moro convoutUn monds are to a woman rare stampi aro to bis touch was accuracy Itself. will bo necessary to sottle the matter. tho collector, while the common stamps are to him wbnt ordinary jewels are to bar. Anolhor Natural Hrltlgn. HiiMlan Conscripts. n , for tile privately ray Firm, lying Inline on tbe pike bttwten Mllledgevllte and Hiinford, cooulalnu AND LDHHCIt TAKI), ?l Acren of flrit-r- t lllue-Uni- s Land. The Firm U In a good itito of cultivation; ranees and buildings in good rapalr; On top of the Knobi, clone by J, Carter's Grocery 220Acnalngrasi; 80 Actei In corn. Bent paya Store. ovf r 8 per cent and laiea. Addrraa moat II niton Idler "St. Mary's Saw Mills" vllle.lJy. 48-- 1 m J. yr. U'EATllKHhOUli. FOOTE A WllEELEIti Vrovrlctora. . ! A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 Aores of Good Land, For all kinds of general Lumber, Ublngles, builders and others can not And a better market to utt themselves. Our motto Ii "Good Material lor lleaaonable llatrt." 1'ostotUco address, llalli ass Pip, Ky. ic, Nearly all In'culllvatlon, iltuated on the Stanford and Lancuter turnpike road, about 3 ralles from Uncaiter, Ky. Well Improved. Will be sold privately. Any ono In need ol mch a Farm can Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather gat the particulars by calllnnon J. Potter on tbe Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green place or addrewlng the undersigned at UllbafU Lumber in the Hough, including IZS Creek,;Llncoln county. Ky. 6 3m :lumber:.i Laths and Shingles. KSlM.fkVW The ..slA r.uv lb uaLTZcr,An joiix t lor E. II. auilth's Uelri. Agent SALE OF PERSONALTY. I will offer foriale to the nlgheit bidder, on my pre nilxi near Hustonvllle, on For the convenience of our customers In .Stanford and vicinity we have arranged with Woo. . HViirril to keep on bliyarJi an assortment of our Lumber, where tber can get It as cheap at from indirect. He will also make estimate! for any btlla not on bin li, which we will mi on ibort notice. m Uui Ik ctmt l ihrs utt U fftlMi mibrta U 1U U fcttJIai lsepiai tMsiih WkiB mmMiM plftal Itltijrlelpl ta la n1UlRlsiier if tha ii fittlt,s4i fr or Bviif Qv tf la TLoaa Caisvoaia MpiLata lb Oimi kaa rmrJ ftf C.ii, Cttaa, thMrlti Caach aal fatiaiayUtai a4 paTaull. aa i isiksi it Aik ? 1rnf1l Nf It. rrl !. WALTKR A. TAYLOR, AtUaU.Oa, dr moot". htcklkhrrry curdul i p niarthiva, Dy.ur; aI CalUfta TmiM. fUvikm But, in iittti. (?! ittliUmtUUMf tifUfitl tafrltMlpl tkal loAttna mtlii ilu ly totft(B( tvvtb. ttlat thfili prtifltt c ira. ft! frtm a Um nVETJIJiIJE3I3Xr. lhrrt th kura, tss m$ fp Ha. v iMU U fUtsMil SATUBDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1885, MEL VMS Jb DA VIH, Lily, Ky. lioth for mI by Or. aitiu. ff M U ISOUHSK, HUnfortf. pln a par n, All ol my penoml properly, coniliting In part as head of Cattle, S head of Horss,25 Twinty-tw- o Dead OI IlOgi, iu urau ui oucr, "'" ,"",""r. eli of beat, Si Acres of Corn1 and rod.lyr In the Wood nMd Held, about 20 lorn of Hay, Heaper and Mowai. 1 A'blon 8eder and CultiWagon, 1 Spring W agon, one vator, 1 arming Hurst and HaineJ.,and othtr r Kltcbon Implet urnl ments, alio my liouiehold and two-hor- LOGS WAITED. g)) louitvim MtwAtims Chicaco Hi 'a- - "Through Coaohos and Pullman Sleeping Cars From stamp-collector- under, Tsrws. Alliums ofof110 and ruonlhi; cash; three that amount, a creditnoulreil, lailng 0notei with approved security cent. Interest per annum, nrgoujoi- - uu In the National Bnk of fluilonvllle. . Bale to commence as v o e.ucr. Jj. II. AMtAJIN. d over ,.... 51-t- lr stamp-collecto- r. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND LonlNvllIe to Chicago, Cluclunntl to Chicago, IntllHimpollH to Chicago. THROUGH TIME TABLE VU Louisville: I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. R. J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. stamp-collector- ." Arr. Lafayette.....-- .. Lve. Loulivllie I T " Chicago -- .. -l I SSOpml S a m 7 I 20 p m 8 00 a in I20aiu SO pm Via Cincinnati.' Lva. Cincinnati 1 Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be deoond toinno Country Hotel in the 8tate lu Pare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Gueiti. wlllba eoatejsa to aad 'rom the frftof eharga. 8peelai CommtrelalTrataUra. to bolcst always iipplWa with kraals of Llqiori aad Clsara. Arr. Chicago..... Dally. tlatly Indianapolis.-..- .- I 30 a m pM 12 a 20 p m 1 7 p m I H 20 p m I M a m I to & MISSISSIPPI fl. W Tbe Direct Iloute eact Hunday. to. l!e lure your ticket read via the St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwrat by tbe way of MONON ROUTE, (UN A.AC It'ylas Ills the quicken, the best and mutt direct line to I'htca go and olnti d; t" ""ai,l0,aa in tbe Northwest. Ticket! via the Monon Iloute on site at all prinde cipal ticket ofScM. For ratea, mips aud lull In formation, address WM. a. BALDWIN, O V A.,Chtcigt. A. J. U'iltlLLY, O. 6. A., Luultvllle. LOmSYILLEorOIM'INXATI. tesTiog Chattanooga MTtininoattstllle and Clnclnti.tllor miki Jlrect connection tboe MlsilsalrpI for St West. Only from Lrmlsvllle or Clnctn JLUJ-LUUl- D nail to et. Louli, being two hours quicker than any olbtr line, glrlog our pitmogara tiro meala and first cbolce of seat! In trains going West. Louis and all pilots tbe Ohio folnti wltb tba .V Ifl ps Dr. E. J. Nickerson. Physician and Surgeon, Office on GlESIPQUsEUD Only Line via OHIO IT. fr m WASHINGTON, and New Ine going by way 12Hours Quicker f Chicago. JJirAW 4th St., Danville, Ky. Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, Willi O. fc"M. Fast Timo and Suro Con neotlons With all Unes at Always raakai Flutulii Piles nud Cured. Perfectly No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio Usod. Pullman Cars. Only Line via luaotoii ItlcliuinDil, Old Point Comfort (UrRcia Hotel) anil Newport News, In connec Ion with Old Dominion Hteamihlps to St. Louis and Intermediate Pointi No Treatment Mild. No Detention From Basinest. Cure Certain nud rernianeut. Cure, No Vaj. No usr:E3"w -- And Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to stoirk:, Ferric! IVoOuiulliiiMTrausv fcntl Through Trains frcm Winchester, Ky., to BOSTON. KANAWHA FALLS, WHITE 8ULPHUR SPRINGS And other Famous Vlislnli Springs and Pleasure lleaorti. Conuectloniuada In Union Depot, St. Ixula . with tr&ln, nf link. aln Wt Vr..k " BouthweiT. II you are going West to any point, tall on wilto to tbe undrrslgneJ. For lull and reliable Information In regard to Land. .1c , In tha Western mates, Maps Oulde and loweil special ratea lor Tlcktu and HouMholi Uoodi to all points West call nn or addreas (. II. ALSOI-- , Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Raltrray, ' Special Attention also Qlven to Chron ic iLxaney a uiaaaer j.ruuuic, At well s all Dlseuea peculiar to Women. ., ma.i...i. tow v. r.n Iia consulted free ol charge and will be found at bis office at all tbe next three months times x .i..ia- - i r.r.N in thn fnllowinff zen . tlemen.-J8. Uoi'.ey, (1. A. Lackey, 8. Irwin, uuge u r . i,ee, " r " StanrorU, KT.; J P. Temple, John M. Spoonamore, blm Cook, Din vllle, Kyjltev.J.A. Bogle, Huitcnvllle: II. O. Button, J. 8. ltoblnion, Lancaster. Ky.jTboj. B. S. Walker, C. C. Cbrliman. Kirkiyllle, Ky.; Jobnaon, Bryantsvllle. Ky.;J P. Daniel, Mck.ln-neJ. Boiley, Lel.snon, Ky.,eo. Lew. Ky.:G. t- -r Hunting, Fishing, Bathing and all kinds of recreation for the tourist, Invalid or iportsman. This line runs through the Allegbiny Mountains, on tbe banks ol beautiful rivers and terminates on Observation Carson Diy Trains. Regulir first-claud all can be comtickets good for bined without extra expense. For full infurma tlon, ratea at Hotels, analyst! of M dklnalSprlngs, Pullman bleeping Cir space, Tickets, Ac, call ou or idil re i . W, II. WHITTLLSbi, w. a. Mcitonr.iiTS, Trav. Passenger Act 'ticket Agent, Louisville, Ky, Stanford, Ky. w. ri;t,i.i:it, O, W.NJ1II1I, (Inn'l PiM'r AeH. in- aianaxr, Itlchrnnml. Virginia. atop-over W.W.PEAB.1DV. 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Paris V0 p u " Islington .. '12 ft p mill si ptr, 6 io p in yo pu t Lve. 'rls a m 10 2t p w, A :a i. in II Arr. t tnchestrr ... 12 20 p m 11 oo p m io ! m 2 00 pin " Ktcbmond 7 2J paBOCTII-UOCW' - Weekly Courier - Journal One year for only 83 two pireri for more than the price of ono. Lancaster ItomlanJ . little Lve. Klcliiuoud... By paying us S3 you will recdve for ono the with tho your borne representative newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tarltT for revenue only, aud the brightest and ablest family weekly In tbe United Mates. Thoso who desire to cximlno a iiinplt can do to at this ctlicf il copy of tha par IIV year Courier-Journa- l, 1HJ H'oiikiii irlso Seen Thin tit Entreat Ereru Snfer Arr. litres " Livingston.. NORlH-Bor- . iu i ,., pm 3 so p m A 00 a in A I90nu 4'1 p 1 U5 Eeuil It Vnrejnttu ami trelt. No. 11 No. J 00 a m flU 71 a tn II 43 a in 7 15 a in, No. I Oourler-Journ- o o r r O 1 P tel y a Ms p a O A Hue tor's Qneor Kvperlence. (Harper'a Ilazar.J exp-jrionc- "Wo havo many queer in tha practico of my profession " said the doctor, n ho doftly du.ted the jxiwders on the llttl papers spread before blm. "Only the othor day I drove over to Osstan, seven miles uwny, to visit apationt, an oil gentleman buffering from an incurable dUi.isj that I had boon treating for soms months. Tying my horxo I walked to the house anl eutered without knocking. Judge tbo sitting-rooof my surprise to 6ei lying on a stretcher tho dead body of my patient clad for burial, and hl-- coilln upon the bier awaiting its ocm s curiosity, spanning a canyon about twenty miles north of the point where the Atlantic 6c Pacific railroad crosses the boundary between New Mexico anl Arizona. This brldgo is sixty. five foot long and fifteen wide at the narrowest point. It consists of tough grit rock, underneath which the softer sandstouos have beeu worn away to a trepth to forty feet beneath the of twenty-fiv- e arch. Near by is a petrlfie I forest. Tbe Ho just bmieatb tiw soil, stone or fallen in all directions. This point nail never before lcen visit.tl by tree-trun- Exchanze. A writer In Science describos a natural bridge, almost as interesting as tho Virginia (ForeUn Letter a white man. corre-ponden- cupant. "I bad jut time to note theso things when tha rllij)n in, aud simply saying "Good morning, sho slipped to ;a cupboard, and toklng out nn onvelojw containing money emptied itYiipon the collln.lld nnd com Mug out tuy fee banded it to mo, replaced tbe envelopo in the cupboard, and loft tbe room witnuut saying a wora. l nau otten been in the prosonce of my recovered pi. tlonU, but novcr before with the stiff, stark ovldonco'of the Ineffectiveness of my favorite "patny1 staring ma In tho face. ! fled." 1 lU Itosldences In Ilugliy, t A writes frcm Rugby, Tenn.: "The pleasant English custom ure- by ,e(ac'1 nMam tt Uam0 that CCOrd with Of fancy ot llje owner or bujeri You wjl, t0JQ nienroiv' 'Trfrrntt. Vino Oottise.' 'Yan- diila.' 'White House.' and tho reit placod beside the front door." u Russian conscripts are rejscted if tholr chests do not measure at least half as much as their stature. Severe starvation and other devices ure rosorwd tolsy tho peasants to reduce themselves to avoid conscription, and In one district of Bashkirs, where 150 men out of 500 were disqualified on this account, It ;was founl soveral months afterward that tiny msamrod oven moro than neco.sary. The True "Arnlilnu Mglit." It Is Interesting to know, on Copt Burton's authority, that neither "Aladdin and tho Wonderful Lamp" nr All Baba and the Forty Tblevos" is to bo found In any cdi.ion of the true "Arabian Nights." Sam Jonos; I Lave Itttlo taste foi theology and botany, but I lovo religion and flowers. l'ima county, Arizona, it is clalmod, is tha oldest mining region in tho United Rev, M P a p. K a- 8. . . a 0 ?r i o H o I I o o a o pf i ft m a: "v a r- C i i .i 7 a a o a o O a o" - rT V - c a c W a ? Itr" I 1I81U ueguiaior lo., ine rrujiucioiioi iuia great boon, I am gratefully yours, J. W. Davis. P. 8. You can publish this or nut, at fit, but for the bciivtlt o women, I you iv iioiki you will. Any one whodoiillstnoganulnentiiof the aliove can write to Mr Dasls, who will give all partlcu. lari. Bend forsur book contalnlug valuable Infonna-Io- n for women. It will be mailed free to applicant!. THE BP.ADrini.D IICOUI.AIOB CO., Box 23, Atlanta, tia. For isle by PR M L, l3QUHSEL8nford, Ky. , I8JI. Moravian Falls, V C, Nov "An ounce of prvvvotlon Is Ma. ruiTOR betUr than a pound of cine," and a poiunl olcurols better tban aiblp load of argument In your columns. I saw iomo tlu.o ago nn adTrrtlwinetit of a mollclne called liradfield'a Female Itegulator and tha wonderful results from Hi use; and as my wlfu bad twon a auUVrer and nn Invalid fur pik prolatsus tkkn tkars Iroiuand tialnful and tonges-Ho- n menstratlon nftlm womb and the doctors could do her uogood, I was tbe remedy, bo I sent for persuaded to try twd bottles, and tbe remit was ibe Improved io much that I tent fur another package and shots now able to do her household work and goes about wherever the phases I am confident she is permanently enrol. I sent for a lot ol this wumlvrlul Female Keg-ulatto sell, and every bottle tint I have dlspostd of lias given complete satisfaction, and tbe results are In every taso all that could Ik) desired. With thanks to the Enttri tit, which called my attention to It and to tho llrad " Lincaiter 8 03 am1 Arr Itlchinonl .... II 00 am Lve Illctimond .... 0 00 a m 23 n m Arr. Winchester, 7 00 am 2 23 ami..., Arr Parli 8 03 a in 3 18 n in Lve. Lealngton ...i 7 23 a ml 7 30 p ml 1 Lre Paris 8 15 a m 3 2J p m. 3 Arr.Cuvlnittoo II 30 a m' fi 00j in1 8 I 1 Lve. Livingston ... " licren Arr, Ulcbu.ond .. Lve. Kiwianl i xo 33 A3 pm pm m SIAY.SVIM.E NOITU-IiOUN- I1HANCH. Ko, 31, N67M7 Dallr Ex. Sun,; Ex un. Lve Covington Arr Maynlllo, HOOTII-KoiiH- Paris T- -"" . "I I M-I- 8 20 a ml p ta io so. a in 7 ao n m No. Ai "No. M B IU 5 25 j .lr on n .,. Dm Dally Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. bun Lvo Miysvllle Arr Paris " Islington " Civlnglon NoKK.-Tralus- 3acd 3 45 a ml 1 00 p m 8 10 a m, 3 13 pm U 10 ft m it io pm 11 0a in 0 Q3 ntn A aro dally between arJdiY.V Wt'lSuW. C0"Dl!t0D! ..-.- ,hef ,f4ln' win. I States la Rn, tue pugilibi, n wrd becaiire ol o i o teJ o OPERA HOUSE, STANFORD. KY. Oblo for Mt. (sterling, Ashland HuntlnitOD. Cbnrln.lnn w. v. . , .,, nuu i.iuirni cil Koi. 3 and 1 run vln Wlncheslar 1''."' BolldTinlns, with Pullman Bleeping Can wlDCB" and Washington; DotrvtnihreU,1erT.1Sjtt,!t0n "DJ P""' Dlrict couii.ctlonsare made at Winchester wltb Cbfsaptake & .., W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor Ble . vo,'-20xf0Eight couinlototets ot Seen narv bfmtlns ciriclty, Includln gallery, MO PrOt&doablo rati to good utttuctlocs. Addrcn ThrtUItfh tfilnatsi .llniTfon reaobi;! o.r. u, ui r D.o"' t.l by, l.A ... nn nince 8 hi- - u-- 111 an tin iu the ring. xal lo . u the luUu on wtitfU your came printed Jul imlt ui the uiii'UUt vol owe If ;uii an lu un.aik. uiwe umirn' C r.llroa.l. w. II. WHITTLE8EY. Agent, Trav. Pass. Agent. n, Ky . W smith"0"' Kt' General Manajer (j4n Pi;Ag '' CUCCKM -- 1 i ,0 . T