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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885091801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mm 0 Heetto niefurt mtftwL fmi& wr VOL. XIV. Swu-ffllttU- STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1885. UnutN Huooti) a Busy Haw "Talking about funny thing,"said a Michigan lumberman, "the funniest thing I ever heird a of happened in my saw mill. We heary upright saw lor sawing large timber, One day, not long ago, the msn had all gone to dinner and left the saw, which was run by water power, going at full speed. While we were away, a hi blsck bear cntne into the mill and went nosing around. The saw caught his fur and twitched him a little. Bruin did not like that worth a cent, so he turned around and gave the saw a stroke with his paw. Hesull: a btdly cut paw. A blow with the other paw followed, and it was also cut. The bear was by this time aroused to perfect fury, and nulling at tbo saw, he caught it in his crasn nnd gave it a tremendous hug. I was his last hug, and we lived on bear steak for a week. When we came up from dinner, there was half n bear on each Me of the saw, which was running on a nicely a though il had never seen a bear." The walrus, says Lieutenant Schwatka, has about nn inch and a half or two inches of blubber directly under his skin an4 this is used by the natives to get oil for their lamps while they devour large quantities of the blubber, especially during tbo severe cold of winter. The meat and blubber are The tough eaten both conked nnd rsw. hide cut in strip about a foot long is used as dog food, and is the best material in the arclic regions for that purpose, a half dozen to a dozen of these tidbils given to a dog every other day being sufficient to keep him in fine condition right along whatevrr kind of work he may ba doing. Sometimes the natives cook it lor a day or two in their simmering kettles, and it becomes friable, but otherwise it is as tough is sole leather, and to eat it it mut be cut in mall bits that can be swallowed at once, as chewing il would have no more iffect than In fC, the it would on n trade dollar. Russians used to take walrus hide, and cut ting it into little bits, coined it into money, and found it as serviceable as metal. HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. NO. 57. W. Ja. DAWSOX tub-Ji-- LT5v A 8TAHFOB.D, Last Tuesday w a proud Hay for OHce h Main Street, two doors above tho Myers Hotel; Hustonville. The legend of the Stamp of Pure Nitrous Oxlds Gas administered when reMemnom relates thst n soon as the rajs nf quired. SAM. M. OH'EXS 6Mftf( TuomUtun and Frtitaw the morning sun tell upon it, it seemed to la a csndlJat for Jailer of Lincoln county, subVU. W. B. PENNY, become animated and spiritilaliz'd and ject t tbo action or the Democratic party. DontlHt, OO I'XSll ANNUM 83. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. broke fourth in glutting strains of unearth-'- y OlOce on Lancaster street, text door to Int-kihave to ! music, reNbr.tliiR in s gld anthem the atap.td etrletly In advance. II Journal office. Office bouts from 8 to 12 a. time. J.'JO will be ehar.tod. glorie nf the rising god of dty Sitnilsr k, and to 5 P. H. Anesthetics administered what lt All pertoni Indebted to the estate of 1!. F. necessary. USMyr.) Ucc'd, by note or account will please come seemed the enthusiasm and inspiration of 20tb ol this month. W. P. WALTON. our drowsy hamlet that morning. At sun- forward and settle by tho 2 juts. s.ticAir jwn.tXKs, rise en excited throng alreadr filled the 5.1. t Administratrix. All classes of Building Material lor sale at my street and there was "a hurrying to and premises on the Utistouvllle pike. Hotv Young Alliton Leaped Into Fame, fro" suggestive in a small way of the up F. HF.II), Stanlord. MILLINERY. o( the Mr. Hennett h" riVeRalnl one heavings in Belgium's startled capital long Jleiald oilhe to bent wen In the New York ag while the draperied, half revealed the Miss Knto Logan nnd Mrs. Fnuuic 1M-i- n Small For Sale ! 1st on retd the exchange o( that piper cloel, mysteries of the toilet before the toilet Are dally receiving a choice and well selected line watch the bright and original writer, aril has begun the bings unhanged, the lips of Fall and Winter Millinery, to which they In- Situated 2J5 miles from Stanlord on the Danrllle a bUh am! employ them to work for the Herald at It untinged, the cheeks untinted and the vite the attention or the ladles of this vlctnltr.mer- pike, containing 43U Acres In rooms state of cultivation, new dwelling with end Lltchen, cjil- will be tbelr study to please and they hope to g general make up giving a lively exhibit cf it a full share of patronage. Store on Lancaster two springs, &c. Add ets an' cost. Thin remind me of a local &2lm II'. Z.. JtA HSOX, Btanford. stroet, first one abore Main, Btanford. Five jeara EO Donald l'adman.who node. beauty unado tied. Il soon transpired that was then the manaizlnK editor of the & band of Bedouins or gypsies, or some FOR SALE, CWrier-Juurnread an account of n other missing links of the chain of devel mtdnisht lynchlou at Ml. Vernon, A oping humanity, with the aid of three I will deliver Ice to regular customers In Stanford Ind., that made hi ha!r aland on end. Il dancing bears and a deeolute looking or and vicinity ttery morning at Old Time Etiquette in Viroikia On Danville street, In Stanford. The lot contains nu the best bit of graphic writing and the Queer vestigei of old time etiquette still AGnr.ATCiEn Yeah. This will be a phan monkey had taken possesion of the two acres snd has on It a comfortablo dwelling, ONE CENT PER POUND splendid corn crib, table, village. In vain the silver star of Mar- and a huge number of fruit anda ornamental cistern, cleverest piece of cewspaper work he had linger in Virginia. Il used to he, and in a trees. elder year. Apples lave never been known Accounts due at the close of each month, or day, and Mr. r.uuian many This Is one of the most desirable residences In the when customer cults. seen for measure is still, considered the hight of to be so plentiful in Connecticut, though shal Goode dished its brilliancy in the plsce. Tor l"ni and further particulars apolv to f find out It. E. BAIIIIOW. promptly wrote to EvunevHIe to JIUIX JI. VIIILIVS, Stanford. rudeness for a person in driving to pais an- here and there the crop has been blighted eyes of the invaders. The Bedouins didn't learned in a the name of the author. He the beats manifested a decided conother person on the road. As a result, the by infects. A ride in any direction will car; A.T few daya that a modtat voudr gentleman slowest coach on the road could keep all disclose tree after tree laden with apples eo tempt of court, and the monkey busied re E. Allison-h- ad named Allison-Yo- ung the others behind it; time and distance were that the limbs fslrly bend beneath their bimeelf in trying to kidnap a dude to com The Farm on the roid from Hustonville to LiberOrrosiTK CocaT-Houj1 mile ported the hanging and that the young relatively of no importance. Eren now the weight, Hustonty, In Lincoln in cases to the point of breaking. plete the novelties of the menagerie. On ville, formerly county. Ky., Mrs. from Phoebe Ulaln, DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, occupied by was pegging away gentleman In question people apologue when they pass each other Even Ihe miserable, scraggy, gnarly trees the other hand the tae ballista were di dee'd, containing about Arret of valuable s Land, well watered, on both sides cf Meals are served at all hours. Game always on on the Efansville Journal for a paltry vising some means to seduce a bear from the turnpike road, with comfortable Improve- hand and in Its season, oysters fresh fish, and aim- Immediately on the road It lis also been alleged that growing by the roadtide have fruit strung a week. I'.dtmin a Virginian never so far upon their branches as thick as onions sus- hie allegiances for the purpose of making n ments. Any one desirous of owning Any valuable liar delicacies served In all styles and on short a reilly high-bre- d person borne will do well to see this land. offering Mr. Alliaon the city editor-hi- p forgets Look wr-t- e, the "Woodbine Restauetiquette as to inquire of a stranger pended from a string in a country store. catcher for the nine, and the young ladies wanting to purchate will call on R. U. Tucker, notice.and call out for you sign hungry. are when rant" Gturur'Jounial, which he acof the enraptured with the terpaicborian talent of who will show the F rni and give price and terms, where he was from, because the elrangert Under the circumstance it is likely that , F. IP. JIA80KMMEM31EK & CO., or address T. A. Ulaln, Stowers postofflre, Simpson Danvillo, Ky. cepted and held for two year-- when he the largest bruin exclaimed: "Oh the county, Ky. T. A. JSIjAIX, Agent. editor of might be forced to acknowledge to say there are more apples than can or will be to become the managing how I should love to waltz with such some other State than Virginia, and it wa c )t s imed by the marl et and s other State AX OS, ORGANS, MUSIC, iVc the OwmfttKtf. Today twlih the excep- only charity to spare him this mortifying But like all earthSALE share this abundance with Connecticut, a huge bugger as h We are agents for tho old and reliable John tion of a few feeble notion about the utter admission. It is a tiotlr disputed point, it is presumable that thousands of bushels ly bliss the scene was evaneecent. The As Executors of James Crow, dee'd, we will, at Church Co.. of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Piof a bate hill and aoclety worlhlfeine anos, Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and ml.es Northwest of Stanand has been for the last 200 years, wheth will find their way into cider mills.- - TVa- - Arabs soon folded their tents and stole bis late residence, four A. Shelby City pike, sell Muslcil Merchandise In Lincoln and Uarrard ford, on column Mr. Alllwr. It Incomptrahly the er a guest epjndiug the night with his host away and universal dullness again prevail at publicthe Stanford counties, Kentucky. JMontlilu V'UJincntH auction terbury (Con ) American. d received until paid for. The bent Htamtartt mwt talented young writer and mo.tflolsh-eed. But we were destined to have another should make the move to go to bed or Co., liazelton Bros., Ho The law under which the Bond (f intellectual treat. While I write the mel- On Tuesday, Soptcmbor 22, 1885, tim.'erw:Son,wm. KnabeA New England Flanos, joung journalist In the South. Kverett and Decker A Bjtton Journal. whether the host should. earned lot either upright or square. In Organs, the followEqualizition exists may be repealed, but lifluous music of the festive cbaravari, in The following property, drawi a handsome eaUry, ha ing makers: Clough A Warren, John A monster devil fish has been cauzht in the report of the session of the Boad tor honor of the nuptials of our distinguished Four broke Mules. 1 and lota of fame, I married and a fattier, Mule, 1 yearling Church ACo. and the Sterling, with th patent Mule, 1 large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer, 1 lliitne MlellH Attachment. and it going to Muengo Otve to morrow to the Gulf of Mexico, cfl Qilveston, Texas 1S35 will stand during all time as its mon- sable townsman. Nelson Cook, comes crashThe Cclestctni, an Automatic Musical InTearlingilelftr, 2 Calves, 2 Terr fine thorough-bre- d strument, toe most perfect in the world. what tort of music a bran band can Thre creatures are rarely seen in the ument As an evidence of the capacity of ing on the evening air not precisely the Cows, 1 thoroughbred Bull Calf, 1 aged Jento all Illustrated It neighborhood, hut lately net, I Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old in September, also tho best catalogues sent treethose who apply, references who base a sboal came in a rather clever body of men to make them music of the spheres, perhaps, but making make In the bowel of the earth. And OTC-Jhands high and one of the best In the bought and tried any of from Loul- the above musical instru stale lor nissge; auout u neauoi nogs, iuu gal- ments. Address us ui eianioni, Ky. shore and after much trouble one was selves silly with and without occasion, it up in energy what it lacked in science, and wa all on account of a hangim:, lons of very fins Blackberry Wine, about 4 years 8. Ml. .V? ,. J. COOK. caught in a seine. It had to he dragged is at the very lop of the pot. How it muit furnishing an epithalamlum to the blushing o;a,;o barrels or old corn.ou uusucisoioia wncat, T lie Poet. 130 barrels of new corn in the field, 3 stacks of EcgUnd to applaud adore hy horses, ai il weighed fully two go home to the heart of plain, practical, pair such a was never dreamed of by anhay, several thousand bundles of oats, a lot of It wm customary In bacon and lard, together wltball o! the farming hundred tone. The catch proved to be a true spec! earnest Auditor Hewitt to refiect that the cient bard or modern poet. But the the preacher in the pulpit two Implements, consisting of plows, harrows, 1 Macauley men of the"Cephaloptera Vampyrus," the mass of slush is a part of the records of his proudest event of the dar wheat drill, 1 mower, 3 farm wagons, among zo. Of HUhop Knrnel, reer wis the arrival wagon, nearly new, 1 sprlcg them I ille Times. cf the Iktekior Journal "on time." wagon, 1 hay rake, 1 buzgy and harness, wagon "He wa often interrupted by the vampire of the ocean, an 1 as It lay dead on My John D Corpenter has gone to Cincin-ctnna- ti and plow gear, and various other articles too 1 think I am theuoluckiest man In town deep hum cf hi audience, and when after the beach it exactly resembled an enormous numerous to mention. the hour rum, wnicu iu bit or vampire. The full was sixteen feet said a husband to his wife. Smith has owwith 127 bend of hogs, weight 250 Terms ressonabla and trade known on day of sale. preaching out O. J, A! V. Mi. VltO II, Mfjrm , & Nashville R. R. 49 td Stanford, Ky. Louisville thoe daye wa a part of the furniture of wide from the extreme edge of the pectoral ed me $20 for three months, and he prom- pounds. hi hand, the fins and fourteen feet long while the mouth ised to pay me to day " the pulpl', he held it up in A bee raiser of Port Jervis has disTUG GREAT- congregation clamorously encouraged him was four feet wide, and wai protected on "Didn't he pa)?" she asked anxiously. School co " red toads making great inroads upon English & oil once each side by curioua appendages like horns, "Yes, be pid, but while he was in the the population of his hives. During the to go on till the and had run Christian College Building, change?! In with which it seized its prey. THROUGH TRUNK more." How Uuue have act of giving me the money Brown camo in dry weather a few weeks ago be examined In thl city there - - - KY. you know I've owed Brown J20 for more the hives in the morning and found a toad IIDSTOXVILIiE, eereral leading churche Florida is the land of fruit as well at the dek, TO TUB are little clock placed bihlnd (lowers. A paper of that State saye: "Com- thhn a year, nnd, of course, I had to turn at the entraace of each of several boxes. The Third Anuua Srsslon will open Wednesday In others at the speaker's feet, and to him. Thai's what I call The toads were apparently asleep, but as Si:FT. Ill, lSS.;. Course of Instruction just mencing with January, we have etrawber-rle- the money over thorough. Development of the mind the end to been eet In the woodwork of Y. Sun. watches soon as a bee or two appeared would shoot be attained. Terms reasonable. For circulars and until late In June. Japan Plums hard luck.-r- N. Immediately under the preach, JOHN bUItOIN. apply to the pulpit from Kebeunry. Mulberries are ripe in MISS II. Bl'KGIN, Louisville, Kv..Feb. 9, 18S- 2-I take out their tongues and convey the honey 33 WITH er'seyes. The are to admonish the April and last until August. Pineapples Principals gatherers into their capacious mouths. The tf pleasure in stating that I have used the nre no to "cut it short" People paker ripen in June and last nearly all the year. "Famosa Tooth Wash" for the last four toads were killed and dissected and many Pullman Palace Sleepers. MILLEKSBITItG longer "gopel greedy," as the Scotch say The bee We hive guavas from July until late the vears. and regard it ss tVe best and most bees found in their etonuchs. tenni next spring. Of the yarlous berries we encounter the pleasant dentifrice I have ever tried, and raiterhss elevated the hives. blackberries and huckleberries -- ai would not willingly exchange it for any Louisville young The very acme of advertising has been a', Gend. He Is usually a verdant to XiishYille, most any quantity. Peaches from May 1 other, or be without it. Very respectfully, tained by the agent of the actress Miss Gen- This popular school tor young ladles will be rewesrs knlckcr-Iwckeiman of seventeen. He Memphis' opened, under entirely new auspices, can-vauntil July. Melons from June until late W. P. McDowell, Treasurer Louisville evieve Ward In making the Maori King a white woolen shirt, white Oranges -t- he best of the kind Water Co. Prepared only by Famon fairly mad to marry her. As the M. K. Oth, 1885. Atlanta, Moiilcomcrr, slices, and a white cop far enough in the Ml. from October until the next June, with Chemical Co., Louisville. For sale hy M had many wives his hang. WITH already, Mis Ward dehick on his head not to bistutb Little Rock, and lemon and lltue, peretuimon, pomegrin-at- e, L. Bourne, Stanford. clined to join the troups. Then the M. K Bov. C. Fopo, of Augusta, Ga., as In hi hand he always carrie a racket, and shaddocks Mobile uud eiv Orleans. grips fruit, grapes whjle harem, so that thus equipped saunteri nround hotel bl Prosidont, The erowth of the cattle industry is won- offered to kill his conle and smokes cigarette. He doisn'i play Mia Watd should have no cause for jealBefore President Lincoln had been in derful. Twenty years ago a million of dolIt Mrs. S, C. Traeheart as Lady Princitennis He simply dresses this wsy because Only one change to points I n office six weeki the victors had all the lars would cover the amount invested in ousy. And then Bbe fled. pal, and cheap. With a iscket in i plcturetque taking. Not a democratic United States, while cattle ranches in the TLe total number of triles of railroad Aided by one of the most Competent and Experiand spoils worth bis band he can loaf around the parlor with a salary of more than J 100 was now the investment is estimated at a hun- in the United States at the close of 1SS-- enced (acuities in the State. Parents may rest asTake the sured of the most thorough training ot their Wlk with all the . pretty girls. anywhero to be found, and from that day dred millions. Not only in thio country, 125 379, of which 2 977 miles were con daughters in all that pertains to mini, manner! . .. 11. and moratt. It committed to our care. racket awar and he would loo use a bijuu until the Kli of March list democrats have but abroad, agriculture has been supercedFor catalogues contatnlug Information as to structed during thu year. The construca trowel or something useful nnson. terms, Ac, address been permitted to hold an appointive ed in many places by cattle raising, which tion so far this amounts to hut 1,027 would cut not yeir P.EV. C. POPE, Mlllersburg. Ky. in his hand and all the gitl Federal oflire. There seemed nothing ex- U lowering, and will continue to lower, tLe mi'e, lets than any year since 1S79. Or MU3. 8. C. TItUEUKAKT, Stanford, Ky. seeking nouns on the line of this toil will receive George Letter. him.-L- ake special rates. traordinary or out of course in the predic- price of beef. Bucken's Arnica Salve. DVSee Agmtsof thlsComptay lor rites, routes It Is stated that not not less than 00,000 tion that in the event of democratic suc Seven thousand persons, saints nnd sin College, Ac, or write THE BEST SALVE In tho world foi Cuts, city cess there would be what was cilled a clean Mnarr birds are sold In New York C P. ATMORE, IJ. P. AT. A . Bruises, Sores, Ulcsrs. Silt Ilncum, Fever Sores, ners, all told, have been buried by Grave-diggLouisville, Ky. Chic go Herald. every year, beWde 3,000 pirrots, 1000 sweep. H'rAiMTonr), McNamara.of Staunton, Va , and his Tetter, Chsppel Hand,, Chilblains, Corns ami all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no mocking bird. 1 200 to 1,600 carJ.nals, Old Professor Gisaway, one night last spade is bright enough to rtllect his wrinpay required. It lsguiranteed to glvo porfect sat goldfinches, alio linnets, skylarks, birds week uaa dhturbed by the ringing of his -- THE ALEX.S.PAXT0N,A.B.Pres. winY kled featue. frosted by eighty-threlsfactlou, or money lelunded. Price 25 cents per of which GOO ft year are sold; door bell. Hastily enveloping hit figure of pandise, sale by Penny A McAUster. a grave, "secundem box. For ters. He can dig com-mon The next sess on of this lnstutlon will grohtils, nonpareils and a long list of begin on in a diessiug gown, he threw open a winmore quickly than nny . young ninn Very Remarkable Discovery. such as robbins, yelAmerican birds, and sticking out his head al:ed what In the Shenandoah Valley. Mr. fico. V. Willing, of Manchester, Michigan, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1885. alone sell for dow low birds, etc. The canaries "Tho was the cause of tic disturbance "My wife has been almost helpless for U writestrades in other The President assisted by The highest mountain in Ihe world 5100 000 at least, while the five years, so helpless that she could not turn over burglars nre bad, and wo only wanted to llim&lay In bed alone. She used to bottles of Electric Hit $250 000. This Mount Everest, belonging to tho bring the gross sales to birds A Corps of Efficient Instructors, is open " regular tell you that one of your windows . 29.002 feel, or ters and Is so much Improve! that she is now able represents the buslnesi done hy 'The nnrmn-P- in Thibet. Itis "Which one?" he asked anxiously. will do all Will endeavor to give careful training and thor11 does not in five and three quarter milei high. The to do her own work." E'cctrlc Blttors ough Instruction 10 tho pupils committed to bis breeders and importers one you have got your head stuck out of, that Is claimed for them. Hundreds of testimo- charge. Terms reasonalo. bend for circular. may ba oiled the family traf Pofesior," replied the students in chorus. highest mountain in South America is elude what nials attest their great curative powers, Only 50 feet high. Mount Elia, in Canada, is cents a buttle at Penuy A Mc .Ulster's. fie. TESTIMONIALS: a novel It is n remarkable fact that a venomous the highest mountain in North America. It From J. J. While, Professor of Greek Excitement in Texas. A Western jeweler Iu invented ! I wire snake can not poison one of its own species. is IS. 000 feet high. Washington A Lice U.vivkrsitv. Orcntcxcltement has been caused In the vicinity timepiece in the shape of a Htl Lkxinoton.Va., July 15. 1882. J of poisondiscovery of Mr. Alex. S. Paxton craduated at this Institu tretched ncron his show winder, in which It cn slightly affect other kinds New Zealand has two- - time etandsrdu ot Paris, Tcxuj, by the remarkable STANi'OHD. KV. In 1601. Has In teaching since hops from left to right, in- ous snke, and can kill (in'ckly harmless and Is a day ahead of us, except at the Mr. J. E Corley, who was s helpless ho could not tion war, and beingbeen engaged conscientious, has capable ami a stufled c.nary the turn 1c bid or rlio his bead: cveryboJy said he been very successtut in bis profession. hy ones. A vigorous cobra cn kill several WALTON, dicating as it se the hour of the day stroke of midnight on the 180.li moridian. was dying of consumptlou. A trial bottle of Dr. Prom James A. Walker, recently dial stretched dog, or from a dozon to twenty fowls, be pointing with hla beak at a It is noon of a Monday in Btn Fran King's Now Discovery was seut hlui. Finding reWhen Virginia. figures fore Its bito becomes harmless, and then its Is published every Tuesday end Friday at the lict, he bought a largo bottle and a box of Dr. Nkwiikb.v, Va., June 20, 1872. beneath the wire, and having the cisco it is 7 a. M. and 8 A. m of a Tuesday low price of King's New Life Pills, and by the tliuo he bad It affords uio pleasure to bear testimony to the When it reach rspid secretion of virus soou makes it as twet.tv.fbur. according to what part of from ono to in New Zraland, tnkeu two boxes of Pll.'s and two bottles of the qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n TWO DOLL.1US 1KK YEAR. across the dangcrcm a ever. it glides as a teacher. His discipline is kind, but lirin Discovery, he was well uiid had gained iu HcsbSG the island you are in. eJ the latter figure, aud good. Is no median-:..- ,, pounds. Trial bottles ot this Oreat Discovery for window to one again. There From the Rev. J. r.lce Boivuiar, D. D A haby was born recently in McCook As shunshine seems brightest after rain, Consuni) tlon tree at Penuy A McAHster's. that can be sjen. . It all being inside the county, Dikota, which only weighed two HiRRisonnuKii, Va . July J, 1882, na'i tViftfta OF ALL CLASSES 's and calm il most welcome after stern ; as I take pleasure In testifying to Mr. Alex. 8. Positive Cure for Piles. the bird. The inventor ubv u " high literary attainments, his zeal In bis and A quarter of a dollar will compounds. pearls aro fetched from deep water, To the peopled this county we would say that profession, his facility In Imparting Instruction Neatly and Cheaply Executed. years in studying it out. pletely cover the plm of its baud, and a gold Is dug from deep mines, bo joy is nev- wo have been given tho Agtncyof Dr. Marchlsl'a aud his conscientious regard lor the moral as well as the Intellectual development u! the youth comtouring through finger-rinwas makes a nice bracelet for it. er so welcome as ufter orrow. The truest Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed mitted to his care. A Western man who heard the Bjtli mother and child nre doing well. to euro or money refunded Internal, External, the Eist, in passing a meulow joy is that poured into a broken heart. From 8. P. Hall, Sec. Board of Trustees Bolivar Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 50c a box. Acadeiuy, G. R Bowes. For sale by Penny AMcAIIster, Druggists. Madison viLLE, Tknn., April 1, 1879. Flowers are the bright remembrsnees of 'Abandon the direct progression to tieProf. Mix S. Paxtoa tasght In Bolivar Male A Uourbon is the family name of a line of by in- youtb; they waft back, with their bland, Female Academy. Ills general deportment was Daughters, tt'ivei and Mothers. straight thitherward, and deviate that of a redned. Christian gentleman. In the .... odorous broitb, the joyous hours that only French kings. The term was applied in Wo emphatically gturanlca Dr. Marchlsl'a school room be prowd himself a ripe scholar, a cllnstorv und aberraut tiexirogyruuuu Female Uemcdy, to cure Foaale DIs thorough and itlicUiit instructor anl a good dls young life knows, ere we have learnt that American politics lo certain stubbornly inclinence." a dsxtral (17) been eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and clplliurlnn. Countess of unprogre'slve cltirsns.of whom it has saying this fair earth hide, graves ( 4. ii.cn tne i.aa it bvarlug It wii an amateur Boston farmer learn nnd never fo- i- Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaceme t or lUesstngtou. the , ol Hut elm t said that they "never of oxen. hurts and many sorts of aite of down fulling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot ami "gee Buck" to his yoke if ? uc universalhit gtr sti t g iulim. Llfe.Leuchorrlia'a, besides many wcakneisessprlng-inman and beast need a cooling Man creep into childhood, bounds into Ret." " 'xritrnv Ethel, bo eure nnd nriosj fioui the above, like Headache, Hloat'ng, SpislfljjSf CfcuiaSuictim Miter Anne;-"N- ow, The dntrut Methodist eaye: "Harry S. lotion. Mustang Liniment. I'AII. T.I sobers into manhood, softens into youtb, Debility, KQP4 VMcn'j y tbo f!hM wiin tlie ls.ni ut rv.,1 n uinka vou a good girl." and Miss nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous by Drugtlte putlu. sod now nnki nloath age, totters into Becond childhood, and Hill, the temperance lecturer, of the Heart, Ac. For into Palpitation I""'u: fi)raviog1:-"D- ar JKpi::ftilMlC3. UoU, anion th tudtni; Hlt Rit,M Dr. "l ... " and make me a dooa. nine gin, and if slumbers n tho cradle prepared for him, Bertha C. Wood, tho elocutionist, hove gists. Prices SI and 81 50 per bottle. Send to free. jlk ClBoincatl.Ktrpj CMS A. tlit o iojn. ii U SMITH. wife. Hill J. B. Marchlsl, Utlea, N. Y., for pamphlet, tw y HenUr4lr.t. I gone traveling as husband and be wrtched and eared for. why twy, thence to SeMky DiiwkUu. For sale by Peuuy A McAluter, Druggists. firtht vou don't thucthesd, at I'llit.l.UU. left a sick wife behind." ry Giles. twy again." ii intcriorournnl Is a ul fonJIJale for JalUr cf Lincoln County, to tbe action of the Dunocratlc party. IiBH 7. HUFFMAN, E eunoEON r KY.r 'r x float aids t, ut ISTotio 1 XjiTJM3BES3FL Farm 47-l- m neTcr-fjlliD- SG-- DesirableResidence ICE! ICE! ICE! l'J-t- wood-hous- e, M-l- Masonlieimer's Restaurant H thir-tydolla- rt Blue-Oras- J5 dar-Ho- (53-G- t) 1 0FJT0CK! PI n hr 37-l- office.-Louisv- two-hor- st L.&N. -- Classical LINE he s SOUTH & WEST VfliH dew-berrie- s, FEMALECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER s. ss pott-mast- er Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS a Pt Stanford Female er ici:. e SEMI-WEEKL- n - 25,-3S- Interior Journal W. P. Pro'r. JT033 W03E1KL . U- Pax-ton- g All Sorts of i . , - Z&ZSJT.Z2-Z- r - &. j3fcA.j. l. The grond lodge of Knights of Pythias opticon was consumed when the Itctute to was only about tw thirds completed. The be a hair splitter. It Ik ''agit" Johnston is in session at Paris. Th Puritan defeated the Genesta Prof, announced that he would return because "he used his influence to keep in office t stinking republican partisan as again Wednesday. Oae more race will an early date and give a free lecture. Tne net proceeds were about $C0. which will be DEALER IN September 18, 1886 against a straightout, competent democrat" settle the cup In her favor. Stanford, Ky, Sheriff Flaie, who was shot at donated to Rev. W. I. Fowle. Deputy and yet continue to say it is for Major for Hardware, Horse Shoes, Groceries, Your correspondent was informed this Public Printer. That paper does not seem Hazird, in Perry county, by a man named Iron, Nails, QucciiHwnrc, Whip, morning by a prominent farmer of the to appreciate the fact that the two men are Jenkins, will diej the murderer escaped. Buggy , WheclH, StoTCft, W. P. WALTON. Cano MIIIh, Harness. Kiel, the leader of the half breed'a in Buckeye neighborhood that on Tuesday Snol-.eflpartners and that Major's election will be Grates, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, surrection in Canada, who was to have been last a terrible hall storm visited that com big a thing for Johnston as for him. IlliUH, u Stoneware, Corn Nhcllors, Collars, are publishing a remunity doing much damage to the corn paj-erha been granted a short hung The republican Secre-i.- rf VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. and tobacco crop. In some instances Oliver Chiliad, Champion 8teol prieve. cock and bull story to the effect that and Brinloy Combined Plowi, Wooden! an H.Hrd threatens to resign if Controll An explosion of sulphur gas at the whole cropi of tobaooo were literally torn Winchester's pjpulation is 3 515 and Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- Otto colliery, ten miles from Pottsville, to pieces by the stones, some of which were er Durham' decision in the Alabama growing. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. Chickens running is not reveraed. He i cred-U- d A fire at Hot Springs, Ark., burned a Peon., instantly killed one boy, fatally in- as Urge as a man's flu Claims ques ion with hutIoic that tho court Is an dozn buildings, including two hotels. Loss jured three men and severely burned ten about were instantly killed and one gentleman who had the mlsfortuae to bi ctught the Diriment of State, U under $3,000, others. absolutely, and that Judge Tueslay EJ. Pierce got from under shelter had his beaver cut to At Owingsville his coutrol Calvin Mclatyre, for killing Reuben THE NEW GKOOEKY AND IHKIMVAUE HOUSE OF Durham hasexceeJed his authority in some Force, was condemned to die at George- seven years for robbing Joe Hagerman. An smithereens. With great presence of mind, effecting it. He town. Both negroes. a bucket indictment for attempted assassination of Z. however, he clappsl on his head decisions be has rendered Hon. William Djr'heimer has revived Taylor Young, of Rowan county, still hanii he wm carrying, thm saving his cranium ehsmeteriin Juke Durham' decision in tar-rofrom btlntf bruiseJ, bat at the expense of reference to Gen. Creswell's ealsry, ai tbersew lortc Mar and will niate It a over him. . First Controller Durham has ordered the bucket which was totally demolished. minded and plcayunish, and threatens strictly democratic paper. I3CXTiST03Nr-VIIJILaE!Cabinet. John L. Sullivan was fined 31 and suit to b brought on the bond of Mr. Lor- Oj breaking open several of the hailstones to bring the queitloa bsfore the elated costs, amounting to $17, for playing base Ing, late Commisuoner of Agriculture, for a small lump of blue mud was dicloed. Of course all this is a lie for It was d Would kl.dly mk jourattutlon to tlief.ct that they hare juit returned from the $22,000, which is claimed was illegally that Judge Durham had ball on Sunday at Cleveland, tbt cities with a Ur. at the time DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY, Ir h and well selected itoek of CIIOICK of renderthe Secretary In advance Col. George Ward Nichols, founder expended. agreed Mr. Morris Martin and Miss Adele -- ViUm fiira Bernhardt will ncsive and president of the College of Music, Cining his decision and that he had psrformaoce during the com- Bernard obtained Hcene to marry Wedany and every point. $500 for each cinnati, is dead of consumption. with him on -- Wm Harper, a native of Graves oun-ty- , ing American tour, and a percentage on the nesday. InendU.n.rlcty.d.lntyln.iu.lltyandiatlifictorylnprlce.j Ibli wo suarinte. Our aim ili.Ub. sayr. "We haye strong The Ytonum Mr. W. S. Downton chaperoned a parat all times to supply erery wnt In our line. Ky., ha been sentenced to be hung at receipts beyond a certain sum. She will ! iK n.binet. and the President is ty of fishermen who went to Dix Iliver play 225 times. strong, and we Paragond, Ark., October 30, for murder. FPnrfnted an morally and caught 2G bas or "jumpers " j -- ...ii. The Fiankfort clique appear to be Nine tramps were imprisoned in a ought noon to sec eome ot mo goou The residence of G. H. Withers 2J Consists of tho Standard llrsndi ot Kuropc and America. Our IsrR line of Cookln mores Includes Matcngtr reform as freight car near Guilford, Ind., by an acci- downed at last, so the Owingsboro ...ju.7 m.ur.HM -- wrcni v ciern HCMMe" nnd many other family lTorltrs. Our China Ulaas ot the victory. Civil Service striking for the preseot. How- miles couth of town, and its contents were and Queenswir stock consists in part of Table, Tea and v, ...:-,Cnam!er !Sts complete, Olsuw.ra richly ent the commission at Washing dent to the train and three of them saflV will quit ! of the par aud etched. In tho way of HreadstuUs wo name lluckwhrat Klour, the quoen ol all tribes. ever, they should be held down until they consumed, save a small portioa ignored." cated. Our caliton is a fraud that ought to bo lor furniture and a few bedclothes, Tues brated Patent for cake and pastry, while Hlca and Hominy, our own raUl-oti- c Near Livcrmore, Cal., L. C Cull stran- holloo " 'nough." products, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Korslgn and Domestic Confections Msrktba language, "the President is rep gled his wife to death and Wm. Finley making day morning. Loss $3,000; no Insurance. The Virginia democrats are are here. Tin, Blone. Wooden and Wlllowware, Kleclrlc Lamp., Htatlonery. Canoed Meats icsonted as morally strong." Don't you killed his wife with a butcher-knif- e and Fiulta near extensive preparations for the biggeit kind Supposed incendiary. The house was built and a complete line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well, can set down this Is only a bint of wast we have. IWUtUi know he is strong when he over 100 years ago by Mr. Withers' grandCirmi, III. birbecue near Alexandria September that we can make It to your Interest, we conlldently ask an examination of our goods and your patron- of a 4? with such force as he did on the Big father. A student in the State College at Lex- 24th, and Gen. Fitzhugh Lee will be presKnpecliully. TA 1 LOU lIHOTtlKIlPr. is Col. Johnston) want to see Miss Jemima Fields, aged about 70 You (that ington, George Landfair, of Celina, O , waa ent and prominent among the stump speak and jet some good results of the victory year, died Wednesday night at the resiarrested and taken back home for the bur ers. when good democrats want a disgustingly, glary of a jewelry store. The Postmaster General nas invneu dence of her brother, Mr. Joshua Fields, in from July this county. She had been in delicate offensive partisan removed, you protest and The safe of Hoor & Utterback, at proposals for carrying the mails so under authority of your office as Blandville, Ky., was blown open Monday 1, 1SS6, to July 30, ISS'J, in tne tstaies oi health for some months, the immediate do chairman of the Dimocratic Central Com- night and $6,000 stolen; S1.S0O of the Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, causo of death being inthmatlon of the mittee. The president should fight shy of amount belonging to the county. Tennessee and Kentucky; proposals to be stomach. Thefumral will take place at as yon. (Friday.) 9J o'clock the advice of such Every day,developej a new cue of de- received up to January 2, 1886. DKALaai l.i- The last League game between the the Director of It is understood that meanest thing ever heard of falcation among the township trustees of About the Kentucky Union railroad are negotia- Nicholasville and Danville B. B. clubs was Drugs, Books, Stationery and was the attempt of the Frankfort clique to Indiana. The whole Stato seems to have the ting lor the sale of that road to Mvon & played Tnemlay and resulted in favor of the Grnbbs by been with this species of Fancy Articles. defeat the appointment of Capt. former 2 to 1. This decided the League Co., the lessees of the Kentucky penitenfiling the fact that indictments existed fraud. John B. Thompson went to the Treas- tiary. The price offered is 3S00.OOO. Tho championship in favor of the Nicholas Physicians' prrscrlptlons accurately corapoundnl. against him in theBjyle Circuit Court, and wS't k Oi Wednesday an "exhibition" members ury Department at Washington and ex indebtedness of the road is about $400,000. ville. it shows to what extremity tho MMfM nt nail m young game wan played between the same club, Miss Ida Maxwell, a beautiful to accomplish their plained the irregularity in the shipment of compoaing.it will go .,. a a t n rl . his whisky and it wis immediately ordered lady of Atlanta, Ga., eloped with John when the Danville were victors. Score 6 t i -a purpose, m inuicimems ine to 3 The Largest Btock of Watches, Clocks, Shelton and the two were married. Miss little Alderney bull, the offenfe was com- released. A grand vocal and instrumental conThe yards of the Southern Pump Maxwell' father and brother, armed with Jewelry and SiWerware mitted through misapprehension and the cert will bs given at the Opera House togratify spite. In Company, at Nashville, containing 0,000,- - pistols, presented themselves at Shelton's night for the benefit of Trinity church. Erer bought to indictments obtained to this market Trlrea txiwer than 000 feet of lumber, barned Wedneeday. house and in the affray which ensued all the Lowest. Watchr. Clocks and Jewelry yiew of the miserable business the LouisThe programme is a follows: Sopranos on shoit notice and Warranted. The total loss is $200,000 and the insurance three men were fatally wounded. folville limti of Wednesday made the MiiMs Lilla Foster. LUlie "Wood. Lettie Miss Nellie Dean, the daughter of a Craig, Mattie "Jumbo will 3100.000. lowing catting suggestion: McAlister and Maggie RanKentucky needs some sheriffs and to go to work not march in the Tobacco Procession, jailers with courage to shoot into the Chicago rich man. concluded dolph. Aito Misses Mary Oxley, Lee fain a cotton factory, and was told by her bat Col. Stoddard Johnston might be McGr r.y and Bjltie Craig. Tenors -mobs who batter down the doors he would give her a dollar for Messrs. Powell and Curry. Bis.os Mesrs. the great pa- - drunken ther that to lead Grubbs' bull in Courier-JournalShe does of the jails every cent she earned. She obtained a po- Rue and Randolph. rade." for a fact. rtion a a sDinner at sixty cents a day, Mr. Alex. Conn, of Lancaster, is in Fort years ago the most prominent The Lee brothers, two of the most and now draws $60 a day from me oiu town, painting in oil, several portrait from man in Virginia politics was William noted desperadoes in Texas, have be-- n AND man. life Mr. Conn has heretofore doon con8mlth, known everywhere as "Extra Billy." hunted down and killed by three detectives. A dispatch from St. Thomas, Out., siderable work in Boyle county and is highHonored twice by election to the governor- Rewards aggregating $7,000 had been Xiii-iiitm-- e ! says: "Jumbo." the $300,000 elephant, ai ly esteemed as an artist. Mr. Thoait 11. ship of the State and repeatedly elected offered for their capture dead or alive. killed on the railroad track half a mild Prather, of the West Ead, Informed your occupied a high place in A Full ami complete UMxortiuciit of r.iriilttirc, (.inliracliiB to Congress, he Mr. Cleveland's position on the silver e east of here last night. His keeper was correspondent that he would be a candi- erythliiR the estimation of the people who delight question is y from lliu Cheapen to the Fluent precisely what it was NultCK. Ne leadine him along the tiack to load him, date for tho democratic nomination for ed to vote for him. The old gentleman still last winter, when, before be was inauguratueeil to ko to the larK'e cltlcM to make your purchaNCM, no uiaHer a freight train cam up behind unMiss Ida Twidwell, of Hustonville, what quantity .r quality you want, lives and a few days ago celebrated his ed President, he declared himself in fivor when iin I can ami will tlupllcato nnlirart ii ml ran him doWU. He was in- was in Mrs. Berj. Spears and any prlccH you can ohlaln elsewhere, A writer says he goes over of suspending the coinage of silver dollars ton 90lh birthday. frclKht being added. AI jured so badly that he died in thirty min- Mrs. G. B. Woodcock, who were so ill list his farm ner Warrcnton daily, and is as Washington dispatch. it lull iiHMorlniciit ol CoiIIiim, Civcm, ShroudH anil Kohen, cinbrno utes. The trick elephant, "Tom Thumb," week, are both now much better and in a cleir in erect in carriage, prompt in speech, Inn all the New NfyleH, both cheap and cxpeiiHlre. Wnro rooaa A seat in the New York Cotton Exhis leg bjing broken. fair way to recover oppoHlto St. Amipli Hotel. Stanford. Ky. faculties and perfect in health as ever, and change was sold Monday at $2,010, which was also Injured, Kentucky As a pasaencer train on the Some months nzoa Germac wuoe name does not present the appearance of a man is noarlv $400 less than the average price Central railroad was nearing Lexington, cannot now be recdled went to the German of more than sixty. A seat in the Stcck Exchange heretofore. about noon Tuesday, at a bi.h rate of speed colony in this county and obtained emThat disgrace to his family, Tom Critten-tende- is worth about $20,000 and in the Produce the engine left the rails and plunged down ployment with au old lady named Joanna who no doubt ought to be huDg Exchange about $2,000. embankment, carrying with it Wagner. After remaining a few weeki he 300-foIt has been discovered that the Treas- a of Rose Moseby, at Anfor the murder tho baggage and smoking cars. Engineer broke open a trunk belonging to his em chorage, but who obtained a change of ven- ury Department employs tixty four persons Frank Watts and Fireman II. C. Burger ployer and taking $S2 therefrom left, it ue to Tayloraville, a hung jary and subse. at an expense of $25,000 to the govern were instantly killed. The. McLiughlio, was soon ascertained for the old country. quent bail, has, acccording to the Commer ment to coiint $115,003 worth of beer stamp conductor, had an arm sprained, Din The Citholic priesiconnec'ed with the colo drunk since piper. The same work is done by two O'Connor, brakeman, arm injured and cial, done but little sure to ny opened a cirrespondence with the priest girls employed by the manufacturers. his release and has narrowly e;capel being body bruised, aud Rob;rt Taylor, baggage in Germ ny where the fugitive went and Peter Kuolbach of Locust Gip, Pa., ....... was killed several time?. His last exploit ...r. hmbpn. T. J. Nichols, the through tba instrumentality ol the latter to get in a row with a gambler, at whom he who in a fit of jealousy shot his sweet horseman of Paris, suffered a onu half of the money has already been resnapped his pistol twice. It is sincerely heart, Miss Julia Kramer, through the broken hip, besides internal injuries, which turned to the owner with the promise that hoped that he will reach the end of his head while she stood conversing with a will probably result fatally. Geo Pugh the balance shall bs forthcoming in a short rival ouitor, was sentenced to six years rope before he murders some one elie. Thos. Alexander, of Paris, and Cnarles time. solitary confinement in the county prison. and inO'Fallon belonging to John L. Sears H. Kahn, of Cincinnati, were slightly two boys Senatoh Mahone attacked In the thirty eight mile race over the other passengers, including af tbis county won the Clark stake at Lex at Petersburg with a cowhide because, as he New York Yacht Club course Monday, the jured. Several ington Wednesday, the value of which was alleged, they had led his bod, Butler, aatray. Puritan defeated the Genesta 16 minutes some colored women were badly scaiaeu 3725 O'Fallon is by Harry O'Fdllon, dam anOne of the youths, each of whom is an 19 seconds corrected time, or 16 minutes 47 GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Grace Darling. The Lexington 'JYatwript gel as compared with the trifling Buthr, siconds actual time. The wind was Lancaster, siysof the race: "At the start O'Fallon did not like that kind of treatment and light from the start to Sandy Hook Djny, Sr , sold hi Norman stal got the lend, Endover second, Fne Kuight Geo. made for the old repudiator with a knife. giing ou', and from there to the finish comis tn T. P. Wnitt. of Madison, for third, Grimaldi fourth, Sir Josept fifth, Uufortunately for the good of old Virginia, ing in. Uen CliiZ sixth. At the head of the stretch Much of the ricentnews may be called $500. prevented the carving, and a Deputy Soenff J. M. Higginbotham Grimaldi was first, Gen Clitz second, Sir the old cuss still Uvea to disgrace the State elemental. A tornado wipes out a town in and arrested Joseph third and O'Fullon fourth. As whose name was once the synonym of all Ohio, the floods have destroyed the crops in went to Paint Lick Tuesday Bengal, and Paris has been visited by a one Bud Woolwine who Is charged with they thundered down the home stretch and chivalrous. that was honest John Dborde. O'Fallon forged to the from and passed whirlwind. As a small addendum to this stabbing his brother-in-laAb usually there la much douM as to a cloud-burunderneath the string winner by a length on Wednesday swept away Woolwine was placed in j ill here. the way New York will go in the coming in a few minutes eight miles of railroad in Mary Reid, and a half, Free Knight second, a length Misses Daisy Burniide and election, though the democrats seem confi- Arizona. half in front of Sir Joseph third, of your city, were visiting Mrs. Almira and a dent ol enccesa. In the twelve presidential the Postoffhe Department 325 Presi- Burnside, near town. Miss Kate Burdett Grimaldi fourth, Eadover fifth, Gen. Clitz In elections since 1S40, in which there was a dential Postmasters and 7,700 fourth-cla- ss sixth. Time 1;19." left for North Middletown College test between two parties, the democrats Postmasters have been appointed Burnside, J. A local Bet of Bipiists called "tho Judge Owsley, Msj a fourth have carried the State seven times and the in the first case and a sixth in the second, C. Roblson and several others went to Lou Koonites," with one association, five whips or republicans five. Cleveland car- of the whole number in cnurches and 130 numbers has been the country. isville Wednesday. ried it b 192,000 majority for governor in Eight hundred clerks out of 4,300 in Rev. C. M. Humphreys, of MUler- s- founded in Florida. They nold that the the 1862 and in 1834 had but a little over Railway Mail Service are new men. Seven- burg, will be the pastor for the Methodist body of Cnrlst wus unlike ours. plurality. The Hopkinsville South Ktntuckian ty five of the 84 Collectors of Internal Rev- church for.the ensuing year. Kev. W. H. of his enemies" is what enue have had to give away to democrats. Grinstead was appointed by the Conference siye: "The drouth which was ended by the 'The malice The Treasury is withdrawing from to co to Chanlin, Ky. He will leave next rains of last week lasted almost without h- Col. Stoddard Johnston calls the comments of every respectable newspaper in the State circulation the $1 and $2 legal tender week. The many friends this gentleman terruption from July 10 till September 8, on his prostitution of official honor in the notes, thus suppressing all change for larger had made during his two years' stay at this the longest dry spell since 1874, when it did no rain from May 3 till July 11 " Murphy business. The Cal. knows well notes but silver dollars and silver fractional place regret giving him up. enough that thero is no malice about it. coin. This is avowedly done for the purElward Ciark Ib the colored engineer A Fjjlon Cuiie. To cure a felon, fill a The preM and people are alike indignant pose of rendering silver unpopular. Its at the Lancaster Flouriug Mills. At an tumbler with equal parts of ice an! fine atthiscouHe and want him to resign the weight and bulk will, it is expected, cause early hour Wednesday morning El. went salt; mix well. Sink the finger in the cenan entrance dissatisfaction, and this dissatisfaction, it is over to the mljl, tfl.-cte-d place be should no longer hold. tre, allow u to remain uutil it is nearly hoped, will, in some way, promote the through a window and put a huudred frozen and numb, then withdraw it, and Johnston says he protested against early suspension of the coinage of silver pounds of flour in a sack und sat it outside when 'ermtion is restored renew the operadisGrubbs' appointment because it was a dollars by Congrees. N. Y.Sun. the window with the intention of coming tion four or five times, when it will be courtesy to Representative Breckinridge A desperate shooting took place at out and taking it home He was seen to enter, found the lidec U L'ois inu-- t and tho latter says he protested simply and Ky., which resulted in the death however, and when the mill was searched bo done batons pu is forunl -- Phitidel The honest solely to oblige Johnston. of Moss and Jas. Ballard, brothers of Jack he was found inside. At his examining phli Prees. democracy of the State enters its protest BallarJ, who had just been sentenced to trial Judge Singleton held him over, fixing against either of them undertaking to boss twenty A Boston writer Ifiinki the rexes are years imprisonment for killing his bill at $200 iu default of which he was appointments hereafter. ilnli'.Q.,' apart. We hold that (tin drpsnda Wm. Spencer lait spring. The jury had sent to Jail. oa cifcuuntincei. Waeo imttier nuddeaiy We congratulate our sprightly contem- just brought in a verdict and the prisoner The very large audience thttt wms to h light into the dark parlor th? ex-- ei South Ktntucklan, en being able was being returned to the j til when Mose see aud hear Prof. J. W. McOarvey'.. do porary, the drift apart very suddenly, bat there to move into new quarters built and ex- and James opened fire upon theguard, who scrlptive lecture on the Holy Lind at tho soeuu to hi an afti illy, ai it wsre, wbu it e pressly designed for it. Meacham is mak- returned the fire, killing both men instant- Christian church Monday evening laet, ing the Hopkinvilliani a splendid paper ly. Jack Ballard escaped durinj the fight was somewhat disappointed, as was thai light is turneJ dowo low or extinguished, and they are showing their appreciation by but was captured. The guard escaped un- gentleman himself when it wis diecovered which drifts the sexes together again. Pmlidelphia Call. a liberal patronage. hurt. that the cylinder of gas used in the stere gtmVfflleflilinitrioronnBl The CovinjtoD' Commmvcalth seems W. H. HIGGINS. Saddle, Burr? s to-da- tof TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES con-suite- yes-terd- ... ."" OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY led PHARMACISTS, iff honey-combe- d nc .- JEWELERS. a . B UMDERTAKER, JOealei- in or. Parlor PLEASE DON'T FORGET g-J- t well-know- n st Wed-needa- y. 1,-0- is always complete, And that we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRIGHT & CUREAI, That we carry the Largest Stock oi Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That Ave 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, 4t 2. Dryant Another trip through this part of Eastami ern Kentucky shows many improvements .Stratton LOUISY1LLK BUSINESS COLLEGE. since my last. At Wllllameburg a fine September 18, 1885 Stanford. Ky court-hous- e haa been built which cost $20,- BanH. g, Arithmetic dc. It la tbe only 000 and which would be an ornament to any College tn this eectlon wber.ln towr ; also a fine dwelling and store-rooIi uught at l,ooki ire kept by tbe tea: l. N. LOCAL TIME CARD. acd belonging to the Mahan Bros,, and last but baok.rs, and a thorough practical knowleJu.o glrsn. Has tbe laM,t lnd bfll trjlltlitll JII9 r. m. Mall train going North ., i so r. m. nouio not least the building A J. Curd is having rnnmi rtf anv Pntlorvat In iVia WTrat Tt,n . , ,... UUUU(UI rucMiui grmuitta leillfy to the above. CaU j... v 1 n Atu, Bipreastmn" South cr r a us a. m erected at a coat of $12,000, which will be ii Norn, sddrcM by far the finest in this part of the State. Till swOTt U calculated on standard Ubi, Bold After being there a while I called on Mr & lira ti atxrat 90 mlnutea fasUr College, II. W. Newklrk, editor of the Titna. He Cor. Third and Jeflenon, LOUI3VILLE, KY. LOCAL NOTICES. well and has improved seems to be doing Boy your ichool booki from Penny A the town some by building an office. I alVfcAltMer. so called on Dr. J. W. Dickinson, formerly Com r let c gtock of achool bsoka and of our town. He is doing well and seems chool atippliea at McRobarl A Btagg'4. well aati-fieI think Mr. Whitehead is WATCiira and Jewelry repaired on abort correct in saying that a young lady In the by Penny A McAlla-ur- . nolle and warranted ciuae of it all Boy the Haa Hog Remedy, the origiFrom Williamsburg I came to Wood-binal and onl genuine, from Penny AMcAl-fnteThere Mr Coone put me under last-i- n PHARMAGEUTIS obligations by kindnee shown me. itock of Jewelry, late- -l A complcte Pen-n- y and a peria a splendid bueine man He tyle. Kockford watche a specialty. A McAlicter. E v fect gentleman. FAnuEitH, Reah This. Go to Dt. M. From Woodbine I came to London and I IC vX, KMcc IN L. BounwV iiruit atore and get one package tr.ere too the peop'e seem t have the Di-tigtVall Paper, of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you Wines. 'Pure Northern sn-- wheat tit silo by building fever. A fine court-housTllEaprcial train that ran from Livingsfinical and an Clicuilcalrt, ISOOKrt, are noiMtiefleil after ulng it your money Manor Insfruemetiiv ton to Louisville yesterday waa vtry light- Geo. I) Wearen. excellent store room nud dwelling are be- I'nlntH, will be refunded. Stationery, lKarM. Pocket Wanted. 2 000 bushels of seed oats. Ing .. mi uuer ny itv . n. ana ly loaded when ahe pasted here but by the Oils, 8oupn, lolmccoM, it. ii. ouni. ine Bright & Curran. Lnnipn, Perriiiuerj1, time ahe reached Louisville it wa crowded. PERSONAL Plro Jack-oand it will be an elegant building Mack In I have COO bushels ol good seed rye Itieeaidthat there never waa before a From London to Pittsburg, Eat Bernetadt Ottr JoTfelrv, illvcnrnro ami Department iq In Needle. Mm Maiiy Bowman haa returned tinny people in Loulaville aa witnested the for sle. I. S. Tevis, Shelby city. and am now at Aitamont tbe little cily, ThoH. Blchanfs, ivlio will Repair (rutclies nud ffttS'befe from KhelbyvHIe C M. Spoonamore sold to Tom R,bin-so- n tobucco parade yeaterday. which haa bteu in existence enly n few Maiiy Josh Ik inck from a yiit Mls cattle at 4 cents. a bunch of 1,090-lof which Cl. C. Crooke is "..ead Lincoln county leads any in this section to Mr. Joe Cofley in B.iyle. It la said that 100 hens well cared for iein, A person who haa never b;en here man." la the in ita number of milea of railroads and Mis- - tiEOiiciiA Lnvie,ol Ibjle, will yield more net pre fit than four good can form no ides of what a lo7ely place it turnpikes. Three railroad corporation cows, gueMnf Mr--. V. II. HtBclne. is and how nicely it U managed. Eyery-thi- ng Mux. H W. Evan j, of Dinville, la have lines tn the county, making a total of -- G. J. White bought of Wm. Jett 20 moves on like clock vork, as quietly 51 milea and there are 1G turnpikes, aggre viiltlng Mra. K. T. Rocheater. Richmond mults at $73 50 as can be. Not a sound can he neard after gone gating 125 milea. Ojr people certainly Jon Emiiby ami Hib White have Herald. Ooclcck r si and af er that time every have no reason to complain of their facili10 the But College at Lexington. A. T, Nunnelley bought of sundry parthing is ag still an "silent aa the grave." Mns. V 0. Welch and Mr. J. M. ties of getting about in the world. ties in R;ckcaatle and Pulaski 9 aged mules With a population of" GOO it ia quite a Philips went 10 LohUville Wedneoday. The creamery haa been running for at $115 to $125. town and I would advise those who want 10 Mim Mackue IIahiim ha gone to montha at a dead lot until now its debt At n sale in Madison hogs of 100 to see a lovely place to call DEALEIU.N" at Aitamont. The Cba. W. New Alb my, Iod , to flail Mr amounts to between $1,200 and $1,500. 125 lbs., brought $4 GO her head and corn streets are laid out in finestyle anl have just Kremrr. There is entirely too much useless expense SI to SI 35 in the field. shade enough to make it pleasant. Mr. Mira Ada Mattikhly, little beauty, attached to it and when the Jonathan Smith sold to Bicker 17 Crooke employs none directors are but the best miners U viiiting Mr. J. II. of Cleveland, O., asked to have a meeting and correct It head of cattle, avenging 1,400 pounds, at and they mmt have a good recommendaMcAllier. they say It ia almost impossible to get n $5 10 per cwt- .- Georgetown Times. tion to get a job with him. He is now Miww Daisy Buiuuidk and Mary fUoruta. Aa a stockholder in the consent Robt. Tarr, of Millersburg, sold to working about 200 men and is getting out frlenda Reid have returned from a riait to therefore we lake the liberty of calling a Wm Hendrick.of Flemlngabar,?, 22 head the best oal on the line. He haa mire at LancaaUr mules at $120 per heid. meeting in the county court room for to- of 2 year-olorders than he can fill at present. Mr. Miw Wn.UiM VanPelt, of Lexing morrow at I o'clock Something Fon Sale. A lot of splendid aged Crooke's kindness to the Intekioh Jourmust be oth-o- r Mra.J.S Hughe and ton, Jal-itin- g done or the expenses will soon eat the es- work mules and common horses. 111 on nal, I cm assure him, will never be for relative here J. 8 gotten, and to Meier Colemau, Colbert tablishment up, so unlets a sufficient num- John II. Miller, StanforJ, Ky. -- OCR policej'jdge, W. R. Caraon, find- ber of stockholders meet to morrow to Hughes. and Polk I extend my sincerest thanks and ing o little 10 do in bU flic, baa gone to take some active steps we will join The Somerset Fair begins next Wed- hope for the another time when we cai in some LouUville for a e dystockholder in obtaining an order of court nesday. C. T Sandidge, the great bone rav return their numerous favors. of this county. Mil J. H. Fish, lite man, will lake fcix down and others will go to have it sold for the debt. I have just heard of the death of Jibn write that owing lo the health of hi wife from this county. Owens, who died Sep'. 21 of parallel's, one The street car talk haa a turned business ha haa bad to rmnv to Orlando, Fla. In 18S4, 320,147,027 pounds of to- of tbe cleverest old gentlemen to be found Mn. and Mm Evan Wateiis arc proportions, and the prospect ia decidedly bacco were raised in Kentucky, to which anywhere Hs was ia his 58 h year and apending a few dav with her alaler, Mra. promising for a line to be built from Dr. Lincoln contributed 100,279 lbs. Christian wm walking boss of the Aitamont mines BettieNeviti. and attending the meeting. J. B Oiler's, at the head of Main street, heads the list with 13,130.300. time of his death. He hss been an N. Ware'-- , in East Rowland a dia. fgMm Annie Frrscrii, of Woodford to II. of about two miles. Mesan. I) W. -- It U said that there are 100,000.000 ol at the patron of the Interior Jour excellent on tince and Ml Ma Prelt'c, of Bovle, arrived acres of land on the Pacific coast of the IN ADDITION TO OROCEKIE3 AND I'EOVI'IONS. HE KEEPS bavin; taken it from the first copy to time and are now filling their poaitioc in Vandevcer, J. C. Florence and Smith Ir- Unted States especially adapted to the cul- nal, great the day of his death. He was win have taken the matter in hand and the College ture of wheat, which ia practically untouch- favorite with all the mioers and with all ed. -- Mm. BnocK, the accomplished elocu- have obtained from the town a free of charge through Jm. E Kern Las a field of corn which who knew him We extend our sympathy tho street tionist, haa decided to take a cUm In that E C. W. They now propose to vfc the turnpike for has been estimated to yield 11 barrels to to bis family. ait in lMf.nl, and "ill arrive Monday for right and in event that it ia the acre, and sold St to Wm. and Lunsford WniTlNO from London, Ejgland, Mr. that purpose. She baa engajed bond wtlh the aime granted work will be begun at once. It ia T.ilbott at 51.50 per barrel in the field. -- Sam Standring, Jr, say: I send you a ihe Ml'eea laxley, Paris News. line to let you know tin' y3ir ciaroiirg ONLY 27 peraona availed themaelvea of etimated that the road can be built and A farmer in Bullitt county, had eigh-tte- n Interior Journal cornea regularly to exrnrainn rate to LouUville, equipped for SVO00 and Mr. Vandetoer the cheap hogn killed by lightning a few dan hand. It it a reil live one. Of course among them II 8 Wither", J T. Harrle, thinks that when built it will be the best M. Ware, paying property in tbl section. Tee re are ago. They had gathertd uoder a wagon some of the items read strangely to ua old T. R. Walton. W. II. Tray lor, F. ' A S Mvera, Mj Kng, J. N. Craig ac.l over 300 people at Rowland, who. want acme load of corn for shelter from the ruin when world people and no doubt we aro quite bechenp war lo come to town. The cara will be the bolt descended, hind the time. I wa atuu-eat one of IV er Hampton. greatly to the advantage of our marchanta, The first Grant monument completed your advertiser wno wiata to leel iuu beside the rosd will ba of incalculable won the State Fir grounds, Peabody, mules. Hitherto I believed the chief ue LOCAL MATTERS. convenience in many ways Lit the track Kansas. It consist of a abaft forty fett of an American mule was to kick kegs (f BEAtrriri'i. Candies at T. R Walton'a.' be high, built of e.rs of corn, wrought into dynamite and get blown up while the ownltld at once. ctkes in town. S S. elaborate mosaic. er looked around leinrely for the pieces. Nicrsrrlineo' tei RELIGIOUS. in ahafta and At Atlanta, G., 12 510 horsea and In London we fix the creatu-Mfr. Tho Kentucky State Synod of the mules were aold last h hsoo at an average if he wont go we coix him with whips ti'l ju-- t received at Oakley ft Indkio otlicoa Southern Presbyterians mieta in O.'tolnr of ?1 15 p;r hold. AtlauU ia fi't becom- be dec idea otheiwise. No mule gets the Craig'. at Mt. Sterling. ing the distributing centre for mules and beat of a London driver; yet 1 never htard FALL bit of Z'lglerBrother' bjota and inia is tne urat tsue 01 mi paper horns In tho South. of any Eiglishmin who dejirnl tbe com shoe tust received at 8 H Shank'. since April 10:h, In which a letter from Jihn Ibaley is luxurating at Winches pany of 100 mule at one-ter on sweet potatoes that weigh four Ten Shares of Farmer National Bmk Bro. Barnes doe nut uppear. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Rey Fred D Hale closed the revivil pounds and measure 10 inches in circumApply at the Bmk Htcck far sale. at Twenty eecocd and Walnut street Bip-ti- st ference. Better let them aloce, old fellow. For Sale. 290 bushels 0' eeed rye, BiHt'K -- Two hundred and fifty ttions church, Loulaville, with GO additions. They are more productive of somatblng good. M J. Harris. for sle by U burned, and and, hard Rev. J. M. Bruce biptiz?d Miea Abble else than of bralce. All persons indebted to me will pleae Henry Baughunn. Wray yeaterday, the fir.'t fruit of the glori- There never was such a crowd at a 3: aeit'e at once. Mrs. H. L Steger. A neat cottage i being put up by Mrs. oua harvest expected to b; reaped during sale in thia section aa that which attended The champion mean man lives in Otk Co'. Bruce'e yoterday. A numbjr of Liltl Holmes on her lot. Mr. W. G. the meeting. Rev. J. Q Montgomery has bjed holdpeople who went from town returned early Vii e, Kan. The docor prescribed wire Raney ia contractor. ing a meeting at Rush Branch since Friday in tho action, sayitig they "could not get in for his dying wife, and, aa it could not easi ly be obtained, the doctor lurnlshed seme HAiLSTONFa made out of a composition which had resulted in 9 additions to yeaa mile of auctioneer Eoglish." from his private "tores. tVhen be sent in of Ice and blue mud fell in Garrird Tues- terday. He will continue over Sunday. Cattle are quiet and dull in Louisville his bill tbe Borrowing widower laid an Inaccording to our scribe at Lancaster, day, anniversary of at 2 to 51 cents; hogs are lower with a formation aeaicat him for selling liquor The doing great damage. temperance work in this country will be downward ten lency at 3 to 4; sheep and in a prohibition county, contrary lo the hw The Orcuil Cierk of Pulaski, II. G. celebrated in Washington City next Sun- l.mbs are firm at 1 to 3 and 2 to 4J. Prices for nearly all kinds of stock are before day. Trimble, was on trial in Louisville 5KTT ADVERTISEMENTS.. Elder J G. Livingston writes that his about of a cent better in Cincinnati. the U. 8. Court for making illegal pension & Co , Mr. Alford, of Alford, Bettis meeting at Sugar Groye has resulted in 2G charges, but waa acquitted. conversions to yeaterday and tint it Is the tells us he has purchased many of the preAn exhibition game will be plavcJ at moat interesting one ever held in that sec- mium mules of Kentucky, for the LouisiBlolen from my stable, near Stanford, on the the Montgomery Btae Ball Park this after- tion. 10 rears old, ana market. He paid 190 per head for nUhtottbellth, winda little 16 noon between the Lexingtons and the home Rev. II. C. Morrison, who epent n 20 choice ones to Gentry Bros. Also $1C0 ed. ban 11 high, Rood worker and saddle, thick glre 1 will Alio n nearlr naw hogskln at 3:30. club. (Lime called tbe aboTe rewaid tor tbe capture and return ot tbe couple of days here on bin return from per head for McConnoll'a, of Midway. hone. It. 11. tlRSTUY, (Stanford, Ky. SO St was performed conference, tells us that Rev. J. R Peebles, Kentuckian. The operation for necrcia At a sale of registered Jersey cattle at 8tephena last evening by Dr. who waa promoted to presiding elder, is on M. V. shortly to wed a rich and handaomo widow New York, a bull calf, ion of "Black S Carpsnter, aalated by Dre. Peyton and of Irvine, Mrs. Gardner by name. With Prince of Linden," eoltTfor $3,000. "Fill Reid. The bone removed waa from the OP A SrLKMDlO all his good fortuno it occurs to us that he pail Second," a four yearold cow, brought left arm and the trouble waa causel by bull "Black Prince of Linought to bs a happy mac, $1,000. The U'tn-ix! white awelllng We have received from Mr. Sam Stan den" went at $1,150; tho cow ".Westphalia' One of our loveliest young ladles Is to ding, of London, Eoglan I, a cop of Rev. sold for $1,100, and the famous cow "Ox By virtue of ajudgtutnt of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at lis October Term, 1S8I, In tbe Too Many Qoods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy MuBt Bo Sold. wed a handsome Western man in the love- Geo. O. Barnes new book, written since he ford Kate" sold at $2 250. caie of W. W. Uayi and others agilmt Aluia llayi, The victory of Freeiand over Miss I will aa Special Coinuilriloucr In said case sell to llcrt month of the year, October. With haa been in India, entitled: Eureka. The GEO. D. WEAKEN, Sruuufacturcr Agent. tbe blgbeat bidder on auch excellent material lo chose from it ia Church of My Fathers and How and Where Woodford at Brighton Beach in the great a wonder to ui why some of our town boys, I Found It; or rather "Was Found of It," swcepstAkes clinches his claim to the title SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1885, " do not emulate the example of the sapient a moat interesting work, fully explanatory of monarch of the running turf. It was On the premtsrs, the fine 1'arui belonging to the children of W. II, Hats, another contest of the E island the Wes'i no westerner and flee from the wrath of single of the gospel that ho teaches. deed., containing From tho minutes of the Cumberland and, as haa been the rule, this season at bleeaedness. OF the West won. The dash was 1J 2363 Cut. John Cain crme Into town Tues- River association, furnished by E. B. Cald loast, Pocket Books, Hand Mlrrorj, Do you Intend sending yctir child to school? member-shibarns and milea and it was made in 2.03 There Ii a larg, new dwelling-housand surrendered himself saying that he well, Jr, clerk, we find that the Flaroring Extracts, day Violin Strings, Bourne keeps all kinds ot tfchool Books, Inks, Paall necMJaryouibulldlngson said l'urm, an orchof ita 15 churches foots up 1,345 James Murphy, Tom Smith and A. M. ard of if Ice t fruit, nlco yard and earden. Tbe farm pers, rens, Copy Booka, Tablets, lUds, Sponges, Investigation Artists' Materials, French Harpi, had cut Napier Mason. well watered and fenced and altogether ono of Mates, Pencils During the year there has been an increase McNaraara were Wednesday ruled off the Ii Dyo fetalis, Theruometera, proved that Mason, who waa a teamster for the meet desirable pi cca In Kentucky, tiald land lamps, Do you want to marry? Oo then, and get your Cecfeetions, on llustonvillo Pike. Richards, remonstrated with Cain of 110 from all sources and a decrease of course of the Kentucky Association at l, limitedfrom the btanford andsale will bo id ad a My. Mat Vasee, Varnlthca, Face t'owders, Periumes, Crcheus, Boaps, Brushes Lexington for life. Their offense was dis- V. amiles ol 6,btanford. 18Tho 19, of which 12 were by death; 25 diamle e the 12 and months; bonds with and Combs from Bourno. on credit Dolls, for taking one of his mules out of Taint, by letter and 12 excluded. graceful and disrespectful conduct toward annroTfd security, mvablo to Ihe Slttdal Com ? Get Spices Oils, Doyouwanttopleaio your mother-in-laand riding It after night and a quarrel eed ulislonrr, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from date the until paid and a Hen retained on the land for their her a pair of LeMare'a Celebrated Itock Crystal dThe meeting at the Baptist church, In the judges. The trouble arose over And 1.C01 other articles, at enaueJ. Cain gave Mason the -n lie, JOllX H, Mill), Spectacles and paint her houso with mixed Faints. the pator is aulsteJ by Rev. II. T. decision of the judges In a very close finish pjyiucat. Special Commissioner. S3. a whereupon Mason hit him oyer the head which Bourne baa them. DR. BOUItNES under him then Daniel, is progressing very favorably and between Yolo and Biddy Bowling, the for with a stick. Cain ran Arc you sick? Haie 'you Headache, Backache, same time and place I will, m agrnt for At tbe mer getting the worst of it. Murphy, who in the abdomen, the preachers say that they believe a revivof Medicines. him ence Tccache? Bourne keeps all klnhs andstabb-- d Mra. Kntc Hays, sell to tbe highest bidder will result such aa the church has never is trainer of Volo, iniulted these officers Remember, Bourne will glre a nice p'WJt to penstritlne the hollow, and once in the al Blue-Gras- 3 Land, blessed with before. Mr. Daniel who ordered him put ofl the ground, when Thirty Acres of Pino the first gocd looking girl whorepeati the follow. bjek. The wound is a very eeriom one and been d a deep earnestness with his fine ser- Smith and McNamara came lo his reecue, Adjoining ami formerly a part of tho above tract Inz STANFORD, KY. may prove fatal. Examining trial ot land;! nth tracts to bo told together, making a Feather Dusters, r&teot Medicines, Monday to await the rjRiilt of mons, that carrlea conviction to every making a meat disgraceful scene and the I'uruiuf 24114 iame Urnn as oUivfc till Opposite Myers llouss, bbayirg Materials, Toilet Articles, JOHN M ItHID) Agent. heart. police were a long time in restoring order. the woundi" -- Tun jury In the Huah mule with a majority in hli favor. ... r. Eld. G. L. Burber will commence a protracted meeting at McCormack'a church ISM II night. Tug firm having cIImoItcJ, thcea indebt- to The Methodist Conference at Vered to u will confer a favor by settling at sailles adjourned Monday to meet in. Win- once. Warren & Me'calf. cheater next year. The appointments for The Court of Appetla haa affirmed the this, tho Danville D. strict, are as follows deciaion of the lower court in the caae of J. W. Fitch, Presiding elder; Danville -- E. II. Pearce; II, M. Linney supernumerary; Crow va, R fie appealed fiom Lincoln. . Harrodaburg J. Ilenderaon; Perryville We are now agenta for the Dinvllle W. Peebles; G. W.Young; Mackvllle-- S. Plaining Milla, with full atock of ceiling, Chaplin W. 8. Qrinatead; Lawrenceburg flooring, weather boarding, lathe, doors and E. CSayage; Camden vlllb J. N Cay wood! fl.ti lillnrta An Tl.trlit .tr PtlrpMn Balviaa John W. Harris; Jeaamine W. EvEHYBODY call and examine our new II. II. Ditzler; Lincaater 0 M Humphline of Hamburg edging, cotton and wool- rey; Stanford F 8 lilllf; Richmond- -J Reeves; College 11111- -8. 8. DeerinijSomer-ae- t en hoalery and a line of fancy handkerJ. R. 8vage; Ciintown To be sup chief, jmt in from New York. Owaley & plied; Cosey-- EII H. Gjdbv. Rav. II C. Crilg. to the Eleventh street Morrison uoe TltEaurgical operation performed on Mr. Civington, and Rev. J R Peebles Joe. Eubanka by Dr. Peyton, aUted by church, la insde presiding eldrr of the Mayaville Dn. RiJ and Cirpenler. waa eminently District. Bishop Wilaon went at once to aucceraful. The atone wa ao large it had Greenville to hold the Loulaville Conferto be cruahed and when put together after being taken out it weighed 2) ouncea and ence. LAND. STOCK AND CROP measured Gl Inches in circumlerence. cue hung ALONO THE L. & A. THE- m Book-keepl- ... Louisville Bryant Stratton Business d. M'ROBERTS, n. & STAGG, IS. Opera House Block, Stanford, a 1 t- a n lrui. al THE OHZEA.I3 QH;OOEB. d - 1 T. R. WALTON, w d And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , right-of-wa- y and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Glass- To- d Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. e School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. . Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. WHOfeKSAXiE PRICES ! $20 3Etox7"i;rcaL- Over itniJIniw, 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, PRICES. COMR-'- SALE Over i tO Farm Wagons anil many other Goods to be Stools: RETAILED AT WHOLESALE llliie-Orn- ii "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns Sick." ACRES LAND! e, eta-bl- w NEW DRUG STORE, com-blr.c- a post-psne- '"rr cmi-IhI- o Interior Journal GROWING OLD LIFE WITII THE LAPPS. PECULIARITIES FARM FOR SALE.' LUMBER YARD. ItlllGilT Ai CUMIAX.U FOR COUQHO itnu UNtv JP US OUR GARMENTS. PHILOSOPHY FACTS IN AND CLOTHING REGARD THERETO. OF Tho luclllty svltli Which Vuriout Kliuli of Good nro Trnversod by Ilont Count Ituinfcml's Experiments Tlin Wnrincst Clothing. ILn Jtevuo ilea Deux Monde. The lightest veil Is somothlns; of a as it serves to moderate tbo lost by radiation from a naked body. It is in the sntno way that a cloudy sky protects tbo earth from being too much cooled; tbo t. tlow will only fall when the clouds aro In putting on uuuurous coverings wo succeed in diminishing the radiation front our bodies, as if by a sorios of stopping-ol- t places or relays. Our linen underclotbos und our cloaks make up numerous artificial cpldcrmi The boat that is given off by the kin goss to warm tho Ruporlmposed clothing; the worse the conductor the slower tho beat will pass through; whon it arrives at tho surface it goo J off, but without our perceiving It, as in direct contact of tho air wo should, since it is not we, but the clothos, that got col J. What renders our clothos a protection to us Is their being wadded with layer of warm air, the tomperature of which is maintained at batween 2) degroes and SO dogreos C. Each of us thus has bis own little atmosphere that follows him vest-merit, Growing Koepi its even touor still; Eyo aud baud nor fail nor falter, And tho brain oboys tho will; Only by tho whitoulng trosses, And tbo deepening wrinkles told, Youth has pnsoi nwny Ilka vapor; Prime is gone, and I grow old. Laugbtor hushos at my prosonco, Gay young voieos whisper lower; It I ilnro to linger by it, All tho ttream of II fo runs slower. Though I love tho mirth of children, Though I prize youth's virgin gold, What bavo I to do with olthort Tlmo is tolling I grow old. Not so dread tho gloomy river That I shrank from so of yoro; All my first of love and friendship Gather on tho further shore. Woro it not tbo best to join thorn Ere I feel tbo blood run coldl Ero I bear it snid too harshly, "Stand back from us you aro old." DIVERS DIAMOND DECEPTIONS. Some uf the Tricks Itesortcd to by Swindlers nml Unscrupulous Dealers. Chicago Tribune. tAII tho Year Hound. oidl The pulses' measuro OF THE PEOPLE, A3 NOTED BY A TRAVELER. was diminished by doubling tbo various (.tuffs placed around the iron cylinder. He found that satin, cotton stuffs and fine linen only diminished the lots from U to 0 per cent. For buckskin, flannel and rather thick cloth, the loss was lessened from 10 to 30 per cent. The clearest result of these experiments is that the resistance offered by thess varl'HH stuffs does not depend so much on the con luctibllity of the textile fabrics that form their substance as on their thick-nosvolume and texture. A coat that is wadded is much warmer whon now than it is after the wadding has been IHttonjd by its "' muuuHur, ""i If !, nuMlnr. nf tU.n.l.,..nf lk may meter nas itcite inuuence wuou ,l,.l aro wrapped tightly around, it is very different whon a space of one-haor one centimeter, has been left bet woe n tho two layers. Wo llud, in deducting for the conductibillty of the two layers a retardation of tho cooling amounting to 33 to 33 per cent, that is cau sod by the interposed layer of air, as it is independent of the nature of the covers, yos. To havo au idea of tho p.irt playod by the conductibillty of tistue, M. Krieger ascertained in what measuro tho loss of caloric everywhere anl renews itself without getting cold. An animal, in its fur, has its couch of air in tho interstice., that Incroa as the protecting power. Furs, soft stuffs and foatbers owe thofr warmth to the air that thoy contain. It isovidoutly a quostlon of great in to re: to determine by experiments the facility with which tbo various stuffs ucd u clothing aro traversoJ by the beat. The celebrated Count Humford was the first who particularly studied those experiments. He used a Rt'ns ball with a dlimoter of 0.0 m , hurmouutol by a tuba through which be Introduced into a ball a thermometer surrounded by tho substance to bo oxamiiioJ. The ball was flrtt put In boiling water, and then into a cooling mixture, and he noted tbo time it took the thermometer to desren I from 70 degrees R. to 10 dogrees P, to loso O0 degrees IL (75 degreos C.) When tho thermometer was bare, it cooled in 9.5 minutes. When it was covered with linen it took 13 minutes. Covered with other kinds of stuffs it took periods of time longer aud longer to cool; flax or cotton thread, 14 to 15 minutes; silk or woolen thread, 15 to 1G minutes; flax, lint. cotton wadding, 17 ininute; sheep's wool, 131,' mlnutai! i,!nr llb raw w.. , !- minntn.- -- ...,.. -, rm down, hare's fur, 22 minutes These eipjrl-moot- s were made in 17JS, The most recent oxporiment wero made by Dr. Krieger. With coverings of flax, cotton, llannol, silk, li. Krieger noted ths absorption of beat in the proportions as shown by the following numbers: l3. 100, 10J, 103. Tho influence of eoler was much greater; for cotton stuffs differently tinted be found tbo following numbers, Whlto, 100; straw color, 102; yellow, 149; light green, 153; dark green. 1US; Turkish red. 105; light blue, 103; black, n"'wi lf 1 ing. Kluzed skin, gloves or f hoes protect us badly against tho cold. Dut in this reasoning tie supposo that u layer of nfr is immovable, a largo, flow-itt- g garment is really cooler, being fa vcrablo to tho circulation of tho air. The most sori oils obstacle that the propagation of beat can encounter in a boly Is the discontinuity In the manufacture of tho of its eletnont'. various tissue', destined to clothe u, those lirincipls are profited by, more or less, unknowingly. Very warm clothes aro obtainod from stuffs that ore light, spongy and loose, Ujcau-thoy can contain a largo volume of air in the inter. tlbetween the fibers; I f.aid contain, but it would be moro correct to have said allow to pas. Indeed, tho warm nlr that surrounds our bod lot is not immovable; it is renewed by filtering through tho coverings that we think nro destined to iiolato us from the surrounding medium. A conlition that is osseuthl for a good garment is that it allows of ventilation. The wnnnf t stuffs allow tho air to pass through thoin moro freely than tbosa that aro considered the coolost. M. Pottenkoffor bus tlotnoitjtrated tho proof of this in meas-uiiit- g the volumes of nlr that pasod through a herles of tubes, closed with different kinds if stuff', tho same pressure and timo belug nllowed for each kitid of stuff. The following numbers will give an Uoa of tholr relative permeability: Flannel, 100; linen, 53; ilk. 40; heavy cloth, 08; Luckskin, 01; - From this it follows that, in certain case, a garment will keep ui warmer If It is lnrgo than if were tight; we know that tight 1. Flannel is 10J times moro pormoable than a glazid glove, yet we know that it is infinitely warmer. In using double layers tbo volumes of air wero only slightly molifled. Thus we toe that our clothes are continually aired, and tho activity of tho exchange depends on tho exterior temtwraturo the agitation of the atmosphere, and on tho porodty of the tissues; what is essential Is, that tho exchange should bo made so slowly as to bo imperceptible. Tho warmest garment is a fur pelUse; but it Is uot only tho skin; it N, nbove all, the hair that keeps thj heat, even ir its muss should le comparatively insignificant; tho hoating efficacy of this kind of apparel Is due, nbovonll, to tho iutorimsoi nlr. Airtight garments are in gonoral unhealthy, l'rnsrpssliig lit 1'racttco. being an obstacle to tho aeration of the Dralco's .Maailno.J vlothos underneath. Thiy are uoful to Pretty Cousin (to young dector) So you us from rain, but they excito protect aro a doctor, aw you, Tom anl prevent it from vaporizing. Young Doctor Yes. I got my diploma last wee!:. Pritty Cousin Havo you any lite Cleverest on Foot. Y'lung Doctor Yos. I shall specialty Boston Globe. mako children dltoases a spaclalty. Protty A Chicago woman, while featod on a Cousin Ah, yes, I bco; ntt 1 as you gain wharf fishing, fell asleep. "Waking sud- you will bo ablo attend oldor dimly the oaujht sight of u roflsctlou of.ono people. That's right, Tomsti bogin of hnr roet on tho water, and, thlukliig it bottom of your profession and workat tho your was itr iiuimnu a uory, jumped in and was way up. driwutd. Whon Lapp children enter school, they Office on 4th St., Danville, Ky. aro like unbroken colts; elthor they aro defiant or seek safety in excuses. ''Thoy aro Indifferent to their paretits and entirely Perfectly uegloct them if proporty or other egotistical Piles nml FlHtlllll Cured. considerations do not influence thorn. Only unwillingly do thoy tako caro of their parents in old ago and more from a sonso of shame than from any feeling of affoction. No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic Method or Shooting Snipe, Old aud decrepit op'.o aro much in tho Usod. Cor. Philadelphia Times. way of the Lapp moving from ptacs to One method is adopted by sportmen in placo, and for this reason thoy aro rarely killing bay birds, and the) sport coming at a taken about, but either left to beg, or season when no othor shooting can be bad Treatment Mild, No Detention Trom In tho family of settled anl tho field of operation always situated boarded Christmas weok tho Lapps." had Businesf. During author within reasonable distanca of a summer on opportunity of attending a Lapp wedding, .. i TO .i. HID iv k. mi.v w " " 1 .. I although many of tho old customs ' 0t the flight, O dByU ftport IU tboir and, Is still in.o Cure Certain and remanent. quest Is nlway.s oujoyable and aids to broak have pasMid away tbo ceremony teresting. of stereotyped soasldo the monotony Cure, No Taj". "The bride is drossod in a costume which, recreation. Lapp, Is considerel Taking advantage of tho sociability oi by tho mo, brilliant toilet to bo the grand-oi- t and tho human mind t these birds and noticing the general direccau conceive. The striped frock is nosv. Special Attention also Given to Chrontion tho wind may to forcing tbo flocks in tho nock aud shoulders ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, their southerly flight, tho sportsman con-- 1 Around shawl is worn, but ever is acast, d in it Ktructs a hiding place, in which he can keop the most coquettish manner, a gnudy silk entirely out of sight, and sots out upon wrapper, tuo As well as all Dlieases ixttullar to Women. intense colors or which yelsticks thrust Into tho ground ataconvonlent Dr. N. can I consulted free low, green and rod distance from bis blind two or throe dozen j tirely into tho shade. throw the other en-is of Charges moJfratebe lound at his office ot all (bargoand will Orer this again wooden imitutions ordocoys. and when tho K.r the next three mentbs. tiod a silk scarf with various colors, which times birds appear in sight attracts their atten- Is Brrcrralsaloahe refers to tho lollowlnit Irwin, with a brooch on tho S. Hosier, U. A. Lacker, S. tion by mimicing their peculiar whistle. ' a fastoned nocklace of silver breast, and showy ornaments is Stanford. Kv.: Judge (i K. Uf, Tom Murphy. W . This seldom fails to decoivo thom and they tbo neck and shculdors; to P. Temple, John M. diioonamor, blm Coak, Danbung round , aro brought within whon tbo gun II. O. rrosvn it all, tbo bands kept in a kind of ville, Kr J I'ov. J. A. Bogle, Ky ; Thos, B. ner delivers bis fire, collects bis birds and muff, formed of a largoaro plaid. But tho gora Sutton, J, 8. Hohln.on, Lancaster. J. Walker, C. C. Cbrlsman. Klrkavtlle, Kf-- jMcKln-r.er- s. returns to his hidin; placo and awaits an- of tbo whole is tho boadgear. It is a kind : of Johnson, BryanHvllle, Kr.;J I', luulol, other flock. A blind is teadlly mado of dry crown but differing greatly from thoso . Jo- - ! Ky: (i. J Doslor, Lelnnon, Kr seaweed, which can nlways Lo found near by Cumphfllivlllo, Ky ; A. A. McOlnnli, Itowllou I, w onion of Siaudluavia on by or a bole can be dug in the solt sand and such the peasant Orwn. Kr.i eo. Bobon, Jude J W. Hughes, occasions. The bridal its contents banked uparouul it and topped crown is formed of colored Lanp strings of Harrodiburg, Ky.; C. U. ebumate, McAfee, Ky. silk, with dry trath, procured at high wator pearls and silver ornaments, closed abovo mark. , bunch of flowers nnd sllver-gll- t with A. A southwest wind genorally makos tho leaves, awhile a number of long, bet shooting, especially when tho flocks ao silk ribbons of various patterns and travollng down tho oca t, as It forces them THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL from tho top the tJ mako their way close to tho shore, within Tho bridegroom is clothol in downutunl neck. tho bluo c?lliug distance, and if a point of tan I or a ' summer coat with a broad silvur-lado- u And tho Lculivillc bilt, meadow bank which oxton is iuto tbo bay but tbo diploma of his dignlfbd position is ho chosen upon which to build a blind and Courier-Journ- al a narrow white baud laid round tin neck place tho docoys, ovary bird or flock that ttud Ono vear for only 8:1 two nuri fnr little croKswiso ovor the breast, tbo ouds passes will bo attracted. Day tnlpes aro nearly reaching tho ground. more than tho price of one. nlways moro on tbo (novo when the tide is Topping tho queittou is done by tho rising, at which tlmos they nro compelled to Uy paying us $3 you will reclve for one year attempting to take ixmouton of his l, the quit tho bars where thoy bavo congregated lover your home taper with Dulclnia's furry glove., and her answer is rcprosentatlvo nowpa(er the therioutb, deiuocrat-Ican- d of to food and seek hfghor grounds to light g or un iudirato 1 by tho svilllng, for atari;! for revenue only, anJ ttax beat, upon. When tbo ponds and we t placos on willing manner iu which she irubmits to the i.riihfntt ml lilrt fjmllr weeklr In the Unltcu tho salt meadows are visited by tltoin, which a rubbery. On marriage ho looks with tho states. Thoso who desire to examine thl sample ct do mi at is always doue on tha rising stage of tho copy of the eye of a man of business; disappointments tide, tho best of shooting is of ton had; but in love, unhappy unions und unrequited O unless a goo I breoz) bo blowing to keep o to him." down tbo myriads of musquitoes over found affection aro utterly foreign in such localities tbo shootor will be quick o Must Goorgoously Appuiulcd. p to glvo up to thee tormontora, Chicago Tribune. Among tho Indies at Long Branch this Minio ltullnblu Slsns. o summer, cue of tbo wealthiest, must Ms Pretzel's Weekly. nnd most gorgeouly appnrelod is P Wbou two or moro fotnalo, board a car nt tho wifo of a New A'ork harbor who lias CJ tlio sa ma tine, it's a fcfcn that tlioynro going made his fortune in slock speculation. Hor rtwho will pay tbo fare, nnd husband to quarrol us still scrap; t chins, notwithstanding that tboy will finally oud in tbo Philadelphia the fact thut bis wiJj lias "socioty" aspiraO plan. N tions. Most of bis customers aro brokers P "3 L J Wbon a homely girl and a protty girl P and railroad men. Ho picks up valuable P. walk along tlio strcot together, its a sure 'poInt" from thorn, and fur that reason sign that tho homely girl will carry tho pir-aso-l, K on remaining in busluo9. nnd that sbo will cover tho protty girl's - r I fi Another woman who woars splendid faco with It. toilets aud jewels Is the wlfo of n Brooklyn o When a Rinall boy Is caught wlthsurropti-tlou- s baker. Her huUinud, starting iu life as a Ui articles in hispoooi-ion- , its a sign that journeyman kneader of dough, bit upon a o "'notber fallordoiioit" n XT m, a TA kin 1 of breal that pleassd New York's o r IVhen n u is interviorrol in tbo staH i palate, nnd now he is a millionaire, lives iu P tion bcu-.e- , ita nsign that bo's "in fur uaw-tbln'- gteat stylo, and maintains ono of tbo bund-sonua. i . first-wateI "Is there a large amount of imposition at present in your busineisl" askoi a roportor of a diamond dealer. "In an article whore not ons in a hundred has any knowledge whatever, and not more than ono in 10,000 is a good judge, there muit necessarily bo a good doal of imposition. Tho methods of cboating may'bo divided into three classes. Tho first aud most common is when Hawed. miporiect, or diamonds aro sold for first water, flawless genu. This takes placo overy day and every hour of the day. Tho'o who are tho principal sufferers aro would-b- e smart porsons who snatch at a bargain and doorve what thoy get. If peoplo would remember that flno diamonds aro tho oaslost things to sell in the world, that any jeweler who deals in gem Is always willing to purchn'o at a small do duction from current ratoj, they would not be bitten so often The next two methods aro swindling pure and simple. There aro several pro clout stones which are of an entirely difToront composition to tho diamond, but resemblo that gem so cloely that none but exports can distinguish them. Even exports have often to to-- t thoso before they enn discover the imposition. The basis of tho diamond, as almost everybody know., is carbon The basis of tho stones I now alludo to it alumina, and they are known under tha generic terra 'carodums.' Tho principal stones substituted and sold for diamonds aro the whlto sapphire, white topaz, an! th9 zircon or jargon. Whlto sappntro and topaz are worth from 2 to $3 "earot. '"con much loss. Bushels of these stones have boen aud aro still sold for dia- monds. They cau be at onco idoatifloJ by experts for their inforior hardness and difference in specific gravity. Tho specific gravity of thi diamond Is 3 9, that of whlto tapphlros and topaz is 3.5, zircon 4.4. "Tho last motbod of swindling is when imitation stones made in various ways aro sold for the genuine article. More of this is carried on thau you would think possible. In Europe, especially iu Paris, the art of making fine imitations of diamonds has Leon brought to perfection. Many of those of course nro iold for what thoy aro, many aro made for wealthy peoplo who in temporary difllcultioi wish to raio money on their diamonds, and havo these stones sot in the sairie manner to woar " bile the real nrticlo is out of their reach, but largo quantities aro sot in fln3 stylo and sold for r diamonds. A dealer or jswolor It seldom victimized in this way, except when one or two stones are mixed with a very largo parcel." d very funny by their dwarfish appearance. But the babies have no clothos at all, being swaddlod in sheepskin and moa hi a sort ol half baskot, half cradle formed of wooden rib i, la tbo shapa of a little trough, covered with leather, its size being adapted to thai of tbo baby. For the protection of tbo baby' head there is a wooden dlk at the upjot end, similar to that on cradles. When the , child Is packod tho mother throws the sustaining strap ovor her shoulder and thui support! it. Whon the child is packod, it It not only easier to handlo, but is also safei whon left to lUclf, and tho cradle is often stuck on end in tbo snow while tho mother goes into tho hut. Tbo gnmos and nniuto-meuof Lapp children consUt chiefly iu mako lasscos and pulks and practicing theii ass-ayti u-- tf Idler for alo privately my Kami, Ijrliu Immediately on the pike lielween Mlllcdgevllle and e Htanford, containing lei'f'w or ? AM) M!.Hlti:it YAKII, lllue-UrLsnd. The Kami la In a good stale of Hook HeAlew, buildings in good repair: On top of the Knobs, close by J. Carter'! Grocery cultivation; fences and Of course tho author could not II vo among 220 Acin In grass; 80 Acres In corn. Kent pays Hloie. tho Lapps for a yoar without noting many over 8 percent and taae. Address moat FOOTI! .Vj WMtr.EItEll, Vrovrletorn. IT. WEATllEltFOllV. peculiarities of their daily life. All live in Kornll klndiof general Lumber. Shingle, tents, there being no such things as artlclos builders ami others cau not And abetter market to of furnlturo, tho ground supplying the place suit themselves. Our motto la "(loot Material 2 of chair, table and bed, men, woman, chillor Reasonable P.atea." Poitotllce address, Halls dren and dogs all lying together. Containing about 100 Gap, Ky. is obvious that llfo in such a tout is not A Desirablo Farm "It Acres of Good Land, very lullned or woll rogulatod. Thcro aro no fixed moal, cauol chiefly by tho circum- Nearly all In cultivation, situated on theStanford road, about 2 tulles stance that member! of tho family bavo and Lancaa'cr turnpike Improved, Will be Ifom sold Lancater, Ky. Well r. o.ich to take their turn in guarding the In need of such a farm can Dro33ed fine Flooring, Oeiling, Woatber privately. Any ooe A largo kettlo hangs always ovor tho get the particulars by calling on J. Potter on tho Boards, Finishing Lumbar, Green tiro, and whon a tapp wants to cat he place or addressing tho undersigned at (llllierU Luinbor in tbo Sough, including dives with his bands into tbo pot, fetchos Creek, Lincoln county.F.Ky. IIOI.TZCT.A JOHS lor K. II. smith's IT, Laths and Shingles. out a piece of meat, which be Heirs. Agcut 0.3m dovours by tho aid of tho kuifo always car Kor tha convenience of our customers In Htan riod at bis side, tbo lingers serving as forks. ford and vicinity va have arranged with tlru. PERSONALTY. During tho winter reindeer meat and milk, It. Il'riircil to keep on lilt yards aautortment of our Lumber, where they can get It as cheap as tho latter either frozen or in tho form of for He will aluo make from us chcose, and melted suow, constitute tho food I will oner for le to the hlurat bidder, on my any billsdirect. band), which " willestimates fill on short not ou premtiti near Htiilonvllte, on and drink of the Lapp, in addition to which, notice. A HA VMS. JfKM'i.V Lily, hy. bo will, whon obtainable, consume a largo SATUBDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1888, quantity of coffee. Any ono sharing in a as Lapps nioul must not bo disgusted if he All ol my personal property, consisting In part IUIIUW. ilnds a certain amount of roludeer hair iu Twmty-tw- o hraJ ol Cattle, 8 head of Horses, 25 tho food, at tho latter sticks to overy obbead of Hogs, It) head of Sheep, aUttf 200 tmih-el- s ject kottles, spoons forks and ban Is. It is of heat, 31 Acres of Corn and lodder In the II Held about 20 tons of Hay, 1 wcod Combined almost imnoislbla to eot rid of tlnm. n hv Seeder and Hearer and Jlowor. A'blonSpring Wagonlultl-ratotho slightest rubbing thoy bocotnj eloctrlcal one g)) louiivim Hiw Aiim Chicaco RiTIi- Wagon, 1 ImpleW w and adhero still more. Tho dogs stand by lluggy and llatueu,and other tny Household and Kitchen lurnl- ments, also when food is being consumed und watsb Through Coaohos and Pullman overy morsel from hand to mouth with inStooping Cars TRs. Alliums of 110 and under, cash; terne attention. In tho night they crawl over that amount, a credit of three month; notes G per about the tent, solocting tho warmest of tho with approved eecurlty rtiulrel, ltfatln nnnttm, negotiable company for a couch. g cent. Interest perBank of lluitouvllle. and parable LoniHillIo tu Chicago, National the It is rare that tho ontiro family is at once In Hale to commence at tl o'clock am. to Chicago Im JJ. A it. I. II N. collected lu tho tent, as tbo hord always relU.td quires their attention day and night. Mon, IiitllanaiioliH lo Chicago. womon, boys and girls all share in this task, being roliovod twice n day. Each one TABLE THROUGH brings bis own dogs, which only obey bis commands, whilo tboe reliovod take back YU Louisville: their hungry ones. Often, thorefore, eight or ten dogs walk over tho sleopor to find a 10 p m 7 I Lve. Lutilivllle snug corner. And thoy certainly need rest, - -- .... (I 3 30 p ui I S 20 a tu Arr. I afajctte. 8 00 a m 3 20 p iu " Chicago..- -. considering that they aro in constant activity during tho day guarding tbo flock. Via Cincinnati; On them do pond the und safotv 7 SO am tS 43 pm of the herd, and by them alone is the flock LTk. Uneluuatl ......... I 12 IS tint " Indianapolis...... it 20 ri ui gathered and inqvel from one placo to an8 20 p m .. 0 63 a in Arr. Chletito other. AND Dally. "As soon as Lapp childroa can walk thoy flUrcacpt Sit"1'. thai nro dressed as grown-upeople, and look Its Proprietor is Determined Country He sure tickets rtad via the Lapp Wedding. Sophus Troinholt's Experience Under tbo Kays of tlio Aurora DorealU Tent Llfo Dog, and ltolndeer X Having opened up a lumber yard in tho rear of I olftr for lite my Farui of '12 Aire,, midway our store, wo are now between Turnersvllle and McKlnney. It l In Rood condition, well Improved, has brick houte ami all the ncrcsary outbuildings. Apply to or Prepared to Furnish any klndlof Lumber addrf m ma at McKlnnev, Ky. la the rough. Potts of . II. A. HA UILTOX.B tawed and shaved. Alioall kinds,forShingle, cut, AgontS the Danville Planing Mills. 80-J- gggfer, o. cri(tc c. ritsain Th WARM F0RISALE Brat-rat- 29-- tt St. Mary's SawHMllIs" a, Olobe-Democr- lluiton-vlllo.K- y. J. .c, :Fi.03RL &AJLm'M1 "'Sm-- i wjt- f?2 fcajgyy Zflwrn -- , LUMBER! an rein-doo- SALE OF U iibi etmv itHtr1 from iniill tr4nii ( tb rVilhf Httttt, ft timUllft ti(t0rftQl priatlp. tkftt Ioomdi th p :in tit fftrlf mrftittc eoh, ftil tlna-U- i it rSl tiths .If tH fftli ntrabrftb I tntp ! Tht fnit)ftM i..pift (vi lib tk hfclls mcl f ih oil f lti, f f litln .i jrtft,ri In ih Bulkln ii in TtL m Cm Kihidt cr (iwitrOrM ri itV)B rttsiMj tot Cfbt, Crtvp, Uttiit th Wh" fin 4 C'nh ftftt I utfyUfti ftftj ft fsilftUt, ftof m riilt rM ah ar .Ira idtt M li. fr1. 13a WALTER A. TAYLOR, AtUntft.Oft. .. 1'. t " i'.....-- . .... iinnvBa " M ...nMrni.l VVHI'I U. I"". by r.i ! 3M: XJ m IH I, L 3E3 tlref 1 3XT. ttt litt tl. u(i 23-fi- Both lor sale by Dr. M. L. UOUIINK J'1U. m'rirkf..v ...... Htaoford. LOGS WANTED. 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. OHIO 1 r. two-hor- 1 -- 0- from. Cincinnati MYERS HOTEL, TIKE well-boiu- g STANFORD. KY. Fropr E. H. BURNSIDE, Thie Old and Woll Kiiowd Hotel Still Maintains ita High Reputation, it Shall be Second to no Hotel in the 8tate in its Fare. Annointments. or Alien' tion to Comfort of their Oueiti. and from Uiiul'I J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. & MISSISSIPPI fl. W The Direct Houte to I p jour St. Louis & tho West Nortliwrtt and Southwest by tb way of MONON ROUTE, l Baiiaenltlbeonvriito of ehartre. Special accommodations free to ComiaerelalTravelera.Theilarnlll alwais applied with the choicest brands of Llaaori and Cliara. the dt Dr. E. J. Nickorson, the iulcVet. the best (L. N A. A C. Il'r) as it LOUISVILLE 1XXAT1. and most direct line to Chlra go aud olnta In the Northweit, ',",D Cfcattanoga lor Lou-ii- ll Tickets via the Motion ItouU on tale at all prin1 rUlDS I. rill, .nd Cincinnati Lljht-ninmake cipal ticket offlctf. For rates, map aud lull lu UjreclioiinKtlonat tnn e with the addrrti formation, l.xpreuon the dhlo A MImImIppI for lit WJI. b. BALDWIN, O l A.C'hlcijto. ( e) A , Louisville. Imli and all point. West. A J.O'llhlLLV, TTrmro Only from- Lculsvlll, or t'lncln-- J a nitl la M- tium .ln.. ouleker than any other line, Blvloj our paiocers time fnr rural and flrit rholc of In trains OHIO CHESAPEftKEJNO golnj West. or VIM li! W. i.. k... d be t'tt Physician and Surgeon, Only Line via WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, Mil ll Ine lo I m by way 12Hours Quicker f Chicago. Iffil, any and New O. & M. Fast Timo nnd Suro Con nootions With all Line at Alway, mako Pullman Gars. Only Line via luaolull U Itlclminntl, Old Point Comfort (llTKein Hotel) ami Newport XewH, In connec ion with Old St. Louii and Intermediate ftTM ! Pointi - Dominion Htcamihlpa to A'o Fcrrlcn! AoOinnlbiiMTraiirs- Conuectloniiaal And Merchants and Miners St.amthlp Lico to eoutb!w"t,uMm" In I'olon IVp.it, rit. Loula g,)"IS Wnt' 0,,hwMl n ,., BOSTON. Through Trains frctu Winchester, Ky., to KANAWHA FALLS, WHITE BULPHUR SPRINGS And other Famous Vltglnla tfprlcgi and I'leaiure Ueiorts. II you are iiolnit Wt to any point, call on wiito to the utxlrnl(iied. For lull and rrllable Information In to Land, Ac , In tho Western states, Mp, Guide ani jownt ipeclal rates lor Ticket nd HoutehoM Uood to all potut Wwt call on or addrras II AIOI". rastenger Ag't Ohio A Ulsilnlppl Rallrray. rei-ar- J WW.,.EAnODV. many-colore- j Hunting, Fnhlo;, lUtlilng and all kinds of recreation for the tourist, Invalid or iportmuo. This line runt through the AllfKhaor Mountains, on the hanks of beautiful river, and termi nates on Obietvatton Csrs on Dar Trains. IleeuUr and all can le comtickets good for stop-ovbined without extra eipeuse. Tor full Informaof M dlclnalBprlnm, tion, rate, at Hotels, analysis l'ullman&l.eplns Carapace, Tickets, Ac, call on W.'lLM'cKOlinnTS, W. II. WHITTI-nSLY- , Trav. i'aieni,r At. Ticket Aneut, Uulivllle, Ky. htanford, Ky. . w.HHiTii, ii.w. I'aii'r Au'l Oen'l Nen'l Matawr, Illihmerd Vlrirfnla. flrst-claer rret't and (ien'l C. XV. 1'A HIS, t Man'gr, (Ien'l l'ai. Ail entral Paoeontr Afent. Cincinnati. Ohio w.iiWuV' THE SEA NIIU1CE. KENTUCKY ss Bfllt WU. 10, "illucGruHH Itoult'., Shortest and Quickest Routo from Oen tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Kal Line gun-shot- I riii.i.:ii, 29-ti- (ien'l Western I) (I F.DWAKD3. Ai'ent Cincinnati, O rieii(.r r,Exi.aTo. a. cixcix.wn fcchedulo lu K3ect My Itl Kb. HOOTII-UOUH- IJetween fl, Ho. 4 Vo. Kx 2 CO A C If pin many-colore- d Grand Combination i:x Weekly out our knowledge or tollcltatlon, and wo ileilre to give It publicity through your columns. 10am Slip tr ms , w;u ajpU Lie. I'arta JUilori .tlldhta CvtuttlvltOH II U a w IU 2 p m llel(,w wc band you a letter Arr. Winchester... IJ X p ui II M nu 2 00 in, " Itlcbmonil I a.ta.t... II from a grateful heart, which went tu ami ul. I ,A .. ... ...... M..,. , ml i UI " llowlitid 5 p iu Ilsbct It) the Winilysllne, Texa. J:nitrirtt, withLve. Covington GRATITUDE! hun.l Dally Hun Arr. rrli. 8 tOrA a mlln . . itw .0 p iu 1J i ui M 111 p 6i p ui b 7 V jin a Q l.ve. Itlcliwjud Arr. IUrea ire EttvnvHtlu Entrrnt Ermi Mic'i' ! " l.lvliijtsmn... o. , jutp iu 8 !W p n . Main 11 lu ConrUr-Journa- H'oiimiii bnlf-willln- lleitti It fai'fiillu (inil trell. 1 iri HvvH'lhlHto Noarn-Uoca- t.'o. No. A 3 j .Vo. 1 (Jourlor-Journnlc- tel n ," f O in-si- ts 0 alii, N C, Nov M, isil. "An ounce of pretention Is Ma. liKtro'i bett.'rthsn a loitrol of cure," and a xund ol cure Is better thau a ship load tit In your rolutuiia. I taw ennie tliuo ago an advrrtlwuioit of a nicJIiIno called llradtield'a Female Itesulatornnd the won. .lerful results from Its use; and as my wlton bad been a sulleret and an In wild lor and coiikcs-tlo- n 1 Kilts from prolaHU of tho womb nml patnlul uiemtrntlon do her noijool, I was and the doctors cou'd sent for Ptrstiaili'l i try the remedy, ftu I Improvtwo bottle, ami the rwitlt was he I wut for another packK ed so much that and be I now ablo to do her household work and goes alxiut wherever she plac I am conftietit he Is permanently cured. I fa- l.ii nt this woiiderlul Ke male Iteir- ulatorlo sell, and every lotlle that I have disposed of Ins fclven complete satlslactlon, and tho remit are In every enso all that wiild be desired. With thank lo Ibe r.nterprtir. whichd called my uttenllon In It and to the the propiktora of tbl llfiiulator Urcat boon, I am gratefully yours, Moravian iirgn-me- Arr. Ulctn&ond ... Lve. itjwltnl .. ii Lve. Livingston... " Herea .ll) .. (10 .JMBinl 00 n m 7 0.1 a m 3 03 a m fi 1 am am, nt Arr. Ilkhunn I Lva. ltlclimnnd Arr. Winchester Arr I'arl Lve. Islington Lve I'arl ... Lincs.ter ., 7 IS a m .. S 0 a m .11 0'1 a in 2A p in ., 2 25 am .. . 16 a in ,. .. 7 25 a mi v :to p m 2 SO pm .1 8 p m 3 !M pm SO a mi C 00 p m C 83 jim .1 ArrCovlnjt qJI 15am n JLIVSVILLE NOBTtl-llOUN- IlltA:iI. Xo.'Sf, " ..i Dally Dally Kx. Buu. Kx. Kun. 2 7 25 a ml 4 8 20 a m 3 'in iq a 111 7 00 p m 33 p m 23 p w SO A Ko Si.' hTu 9"Tl,ni"on" t.. Urad-Hel- Arr Mayvlll UOL'TIX-IlOtlN- " Lexington ;' ni ' prt-ona- r ." st turnouts ou the coast. i h rj d full-lleds- Yes, doah boy, hal to; loctnb forbade it, doncher know, Cholly AVby, n hero's the hnhm in uoab-in- g n hat-- band I Wnlly Thodoctab said it wat such n dousid hoavy pwesshah on mo bwatit that I had to stop weahlng it. I say, too bad, isn't ft I Wally .''kmc exaiuu.f th la printed and yuu are In weahlng that Tho Doctor I'orlimlo It. The ltamb'or. Coolly I seo that you have glvuti lip bat-bu- n 1, chappy. 4 o p o M p O s- - H I s p. 8 You can publlth ibis or uot, as you sea fit, but for the ben. lit u women, I hope you will. Anyone whodoiibtstiieKouulnenrstof Ilia abovo can wrltotoMr. DavU, who will sire all partlcu. Dally Li, 6ub. Kr. bun 5 45 a in I 00 pm 8 10 a iu 3 IS p in U 10 a m 0 to p m 11 ao m fl 00 pm Win-ch'ite- No. M Dally No. Lve Maysrllle.. Arr I'arl Lexington., fivlnmnn ....1 ' zj h3 Frl hOKK. Trains 3 and i aro dally between r, Lexington and Covington: other tralur Send for cur book contalnlu valinble lurarma-Io- n am dally except Sunday. Train No. 1 runs via Lexington and I'arls.and for women. It will bs in died free tn appllnot via Winchester anl I'arl. Direct conn, cllons aro mado ftt Winchester with Cnt''TIIK BRAUriCLI) BCUL'LATOIt CO., Cbeajneako A Ohio for Jit. Sterling Ashland. Itox2S, Atlanta, (la. Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern clt-I- ts Forule by DR M. L. IlOUitSE, StanfirJ, Ky. lars. hilvur at the telegraph for n quarter. Bomerviile. Journal; Speeoh is cortniuly ofllco. Tea words II w 8. im ,tUu (l , nach a short 'lw arri. rmlt lalwi on which your iMtmu ui the amount tou owe If o p p o r I OFS3RA HOUSE, STANrOUl). KV. i W. P. WALTON, hi.,, (,f s.inr.(, - - Proprietor n B i arr. "inirl. Klaht eumnlete lets of Been Kesilrff ranacltv. Includlmc nailery, 800 rear Itoaxouable ratu lo good attractions. ?ndcwa?hin;r;',!lchc,:oDJi Va auj TlirouBh tlckeis and barren checked to any I'eitlnatlon rracheil by t rallroid. 8. F. II. MOIWK, W. II. WHITTI.EOEY, I'asaonger Ageat. Trav. Pais, Agent. ) ;,.Ti,.V"un Iiilnauin, Kr . C. W. SMITH, 17 LMII I fill' W if r i'iii,rr rivnoral Manager(Jin A - wim ''':, 1