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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886061801 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 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XIV. 0 is the rector of St. Savior, 111 1tiiefinf lottfri SfmLu 1154-ly- H&4p$p NO. 134. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. Iter. A. Stoddart DR. W. . PENNT, BROHT, LINCOLN COUNTY, And I do feel that heavenly anticipation. II. K. TAYLOR, Oontlst, me, rs We were conflrmol there, simply because the LORD will make this truo for Of LOO AN COUNT Y. Ii a Candidate for the office Our farmers are beuinning to cast in 8TANFOBDD, KY. it was the first available confirmation on I put my trust in Him. But all will not their sickles, for I tell you tbe harvest a Office on Laocaster stroet.jext door to Iirra ofBuperlntcndeut of PuMlo Instruction, subjtct to tho Democratic atato Convection. 13 a. the Bishop's list. I lost no time in calling see that this "Church" light is an advance plentiful; the present crop i quite at the mob Journal office. Offlco hours from 8 to wbeo I'nbUnhcd 'JCucattuumintl Frhlnv 1 to 6 p. v. Anesthetics administered x.and -- AT r. on him, after arriving: in Sidney and loll instead of retrogression, nnd I can not maximum. Miss Mary Gti'ly, of Garrar', oocosaary. T1I03IAS Z, filOBROW, CASU. ing him my little story. He was very b'.amo them fcr not seeing as I do. Only I is visiting Mis Fdunie Sop, this wsel. 89 XI31l ANNUMi OfTulailcl count r, l the Republican candidate kind, and while casting all the responsibil know that It !a p'ocress, whatever oth- Miss Hattie Robinson, who has beeu a for Judo In tbe 8th JuJIelal District. It umtoritooJ If we ctcltt that U.80 will bo ex. ity of the step on ourselves, as was right, he ers may think of it. roatending the female college at Millersburg, peeled and demanded. We are getting into a blessed line of returned home a few days moot courteously gave every facility in his WILLIAM HEKXDOX, since, accompa Wm. Dooring & Co.'s Mowers, Bindpower to smooth our entrance into the work, with good prospect of effecting a nlcd by Miss McDonald, one of her clacs Ol Lancaster, Is tbe Republican candidate for Com ers and Roapers, tuort wealth's Attorney In tho 8th Judicial W. P. WALTON. Church. He gavo me a letter to tho rector lodgment in the Colonies; but I will not add mates. Mr. James B. Robinson, who Iibb Election August Id. - Kentucky. Crab Orchard, sal- anything now to this sketch of our confirmof St. Savior's, Itedfcrn, with which I been attending the Bible College at Lox ra lied forth to hunt the placo up. Tho steam ation, but leavo it, a topic by itself. Some Ington for tho past ten months, returned n tram took me to Itedfcrn, So far, so good. will psruie this letter with peculiar pleasshort time tine;. Mr. Vance, who has bei n MT. VERNON, KY. I stepped into the post and telegraph office ure, I know. Others with the coldest in stationed at Danville for a few dys buying Pralso the Lord. Qod is Love and Noth as tho most likely place to get information. difference; and some alail with hotlle vr LuUvj, utiu tnruuh our Title WednesThis old snd Hotel li atlll mainAn elderly perxon, the only occupant, un- 1 am sorry for tba, for I would fain have day. Oar youug friend and fellow soldier, We will hold our annual Fair on tbo taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. ins Else" dertook to dliecl me to the church I sought. all to share my new joy. B it well, I know Henry Wuite, returned from Greenwood 8rcelal attention to the trarellng public. (othoitroet cor it can not be. Yet to one anr all 1 am last week. Sir a be has no particular fancy He went out, JU. P. XEWCOVIt, Pro'r. 1 Bydniv, New South Waits. 834 m Mt. Vernon, Ky. Geo. 0. Baunes. cor with mo. "Do you see that big toyer Ever in Jeus, AusTnALiA, April 7, 18S0. J AT TUB for camp life. Rjv. L'tnney, of Dinrille, with the lltlo one bcslJe h?" 'Yes." The Law Authorizing a tote on Prohibition. accompanied by h!s little daughter, Miss fCOJiTINUED THOU LABT ISSUE. Woods Grove, 2 Following ii the letter from the Bishop: "Well, that's it." And ho returned to his Lucy, have been in our midst for the past At the rrquest of the friends of prohibi18SG:-- My Dear desk. "The big tower, with the little one Where It was held last year. For "Calcutta, Feb. 17, tion, we publish the following act to au- few days. The work on the new church at I will dellrrr Ice to regular customers In Stanford and Tlclnlty every morning at Sir: I hT ter carefully coceldcrcd your beside It" was half a mile away. When I thorise the people of Lincoln county to tbis place has commenced; the foundation A LIST OF PRESIIV2U8, fcCM letter requesting me to orJsln you and cue reached it, through the broiling sunshine, vote on prohibiting the sale of liquors and will be built out of beautiful cutetone from Ono Cent Pound. Write for circulars. you commission to ro and preach the ros-p- I found frcm tLe brass plato on the wall fixing a penalty for tho eate of liquor in the chisel of tho skillful sculptor, Professor Accountsduoat the closoof each month, or to lay that it was St. Paul's. The children were said county. In America, but I am oblfced J. I'. E3IBRY, President. when rustomi r quits. John Sullivan. The colored folks' revival d B. WALKER, Secretary. in the 122-- tf that the rule, under which all .Bishops of pouring out from tho rchool-hour- e jt.K.jiAitnoyr. Bait enacted by the General Assembly closed last Sunday. It has been in prog the Church of Kigland are bound to act rear, for their noon recess. A bright little of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky: for about four weeke. The baptizing rem prevent my accedirife to your Mqutat. My fellow rushed past me, whom I halted: I 1. That the officers appointed by the was the largest, perhaps, that ever took & Crop. , ! "Can you tell me where St. Savior's is, county advice- to you I to seek holy orders in Amercourt of Lincoln county, Kentucky, place in this part of Kentucky. About I will ofler at public sale tn the highest bidder ica from the Episcopal Church. Their or my boj7" "Yes, you go right straight up to hold elections in said county in the year 1,000 people assembled at the Hanging n Is to announce to his onTlmrHdavt Julu 15th, Mi, my Farm The ders are at apoitolic aa the English, having this street to the end of it (pointing up an 1SS0, are hereby nntborised to open a poll Fork bridge at 10 A. M Sunday, mostly readeraeditor Norn D. Plume, who wrote Dr. of 80 Acres, situated near tbe Danville plko.ln that Lincoln county, S miles froji Stanford and on the dead, Tbe been derired through transmission from interminable vista of now brick cottages) at the varous voting places in said county colored, to witness the baptizing of C2 can. Bourne's lunnr adrertUemenn. la this column county roa jeauing rroni toe Danville lo tho Lanlarge monlei paid him for writing caster pike. The land la In a good state of culand then go down that way" (clearing the the same Dirioo tourcc. didates, who presented themselves on that brougntonsoiieningot me urain ana ne aieaoi tivation, tenclng excellent, spacious barn and on the 21 SaturJay in the month of Septoo much smartness. sbeds. My home burned down recently but anWiahlng you all bleesinc In uny sphere air with bis band, emphatically, to the tember, 1S8G, to take the eenee of the peo occasion. The Rsr, Wallace Fisher inDr. Bourne la determined, however, to 'giro hi other pattern Is on the ground ready for building. customers the benefltof this large salary in prices. The outbuildings are gcol. Th place Is to under- right) and you will seo a new church that of work that you may be called wit watple on the question of prohibiting the sale forms me that 119 persons hare been bap Besides selling ered and there is a splendid orchard. Will also they are buildln'; that's it." And away he take, I am yours faithfully, said county. The polls shall tized at the above mentioned place in the Medicines, Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods, Mu- offer for sale all kinds of farming Implements and oflinuorin machinery, horses and cattle, bogs, household and Howard It Calcutta." ran after his comrades, but not before he be kept open by the officers of election from six weeks. He wishes to thank both white sic Merchandise, Spectacles, JnstrumcnU, kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day (123-- lt of sale. I wm not surprised at thii, though from had done bis very best to enlighten me by 7 o'clock and black for the contribution made to J. T. CAXD, Stanford. Jewelry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing 2aclle, A. 21. to 0 o'clock r. M , and the the frank way la which hit Lordship had repeating hi direction?. I am sorry to say question shall bs put to each voter, "Are him while here. Eld. Joe Q Montgomery sponges, Kniia, Paper, Blank Bool, Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mix-e- d epoken to me at Lucknow, I was not with- I did not implicitly trust the child. Tho you for or against the sale of liquor in delivered a very interesting temperance Faints, Bru&Iiet, Varnishes out hops that this good man would take a old gentleman at the postcfBce had shaken Lincoln county?" to a full house at this place, lie fly lecture E a Drug Utore, all of Everything kept In a considering the case as my confidence in human nature old and littlo responsibility, 2. The poll books of tbe election or- took the rote at the close of his addrese, which Is new, fresh and superior, be has on exceptional. Ilut tho bonds of authority young. So while walking up the street, band a iIoxph Ilachctom, and will furnish dered by the first eection of this act shall and nearly the entire audience roted proKentuclcj'fi Itoraio East any good looking lady who deals with him with are .trsng in the Church of England. 1 am as the lad had pointed out, I sought be returned to the clerk's office of Lincoln hibition. Look out for tbe 2d Saturday in choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of pon sufor call at names, glad it is so, though I am personally a confirmation as to the corrector of his county by tbe Wednesday after the elec- September; we will be there full fledged for Washington, Philadelphia and ferer by it. I do not blame the excellent guidance from a knot of larger school boys, Now York. Bflumo's New Drug and Book Store. tion, properly scaled and signed, us other prohibition The only line running "Edward It. Calcutta," nor the worthy who were just issuing from their school poll books are by law required to be signed Hon. G. A. Oenham Endorsed. -- A NEW- "Thomas V. Lahore." but I am aarry that for a nooning. They gathered around me, and sealed. Said book shall be opened by rULLMAX NEW SLCEPIXG CARS At a convention of the democrat of England has after the fashion of curious boys. But they practically the Church of -- SID the county judge, clerk and sheriff and the Whitley county conyened in pursuance of Buggy & Implement House. ono ol were grossly ignorant of the locality that I droppeJ out ot her staid church-lifroleiby them counted, and if it shall be a call of the executive committee of this SOLID our Harlot' "gifts unto men," which He ought. From which I inferred that theirs shown by said count that a majority ol Superior Gjurt district on jcaoM the 12th day of sent down when He ''ascended on high I will la a few days open a was a dissenting school, while my first little those voting at said election have roted for June 1SSG, in Williamsburg, William M. Louisville, Cincinnati h. Lexington, Ky. leading captivity captive,' t!i: The office chap went, I knew, to "The Church" estabto Washington Oity, prohibiting tho sale of liquor in said coun- Dlain was elected chairman and George S Full Iino of Agricultural Implo-mont- s, Connecting In the same depot with And it is even so. I al- lishment. Another boy rushed up at this of "evangelist." shall ba so declared by being Pcnley secretary. On motion tbe folio wine ty, tbe result Past Trains for New York. most took the good U.sbcp' breath away juncture, breathless, as boys generally are, entered on the order book of the eaid coun- committee on reoolutions was appointed: J With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting Tha Direct Route to expressing the Bplnton that the and havicg imperfectly heard something, br boldly Hachlnos at the head. Alio a Lynchburg, Daoville, Norfolk and all Virginia R. Sampson, A. S. Wood, A. Gatliff, M. E ty court for Lincoln county. Church's failuro to rtcognlti the office and Inquired, "What does he want-- St. and North Carolina Points. 3. That if it be ascertained by tie elec- Mahao, K, D. Perkin. Full Lino ot Buggies and Wagons For tickets and lurther Itilormatlon, apply to gift had compelled the dear LOUD to "No; 81. Syvior'," said the others tion ordered by the first section of this act your nearest ticket office or address W. W.Monresolutions were reputed Tbefollosrinz take up "irregulars" like Moody and Whit- in a chorus, with that perversity of proroe, General Agent, Loilnjtoo, Ky. on bard. In connection a majority of thote voting at said br the chairman of the committee on reso Always plement business, I will also with my Imcarry a Moorhojae to put III church to nunciation imported from the old country, that W. FULLKH, W. O. WICKII A.U. tle and Qsn'l Fau'r Ag't. 2d Vice President, election voted to prohibit the sale of liquor lutions and was on motion adopted by tbe shame for not doing the harvest work in that "braying with a pestle in a mortar" Virginia. Ulcnmoud. Coiuijlcte Stock' of Lumber, in said county, then it shall be unlawful unanimons vote of the convention: the way originally appointed. It is the old will not eliminate from a Briton, the world from and after the result of said election is Whereas. Ourciuntyman, Horn G. A. Both rough and dressed. Prlcca on everything as atory, that agalu and again has cropped around. Tho breathless boy looked blank entered in the order book of tbe clerk's of Denham, ia a candidate for Congress in the Low ns any one. out in Israel' history. Aaron LalU In an- - at this. His knowledge of ''St. Dyvid'a" fice, for any person or person to sell spirit 11th Cingreuioual district of Kentucky wering the key note of praise set by Motes wo not wanted. Ho had nothing elte. So I solicit a share of your patronage, Respectfully, uous, vinous or malt liquors in said county, and on the bsnkt ot the Ited Sea, and so Miri he breathed hard and was abashed. Then I. SI. DItVCE, provided that any person or persons who Whereas, Wo know Mr. D.'nham to be am haa to take up the timbrel. If lUrak they all said "St. Syvior'?" in turn, in an ' a true man, faithful to every trust and a may at tbe lime of said election have ! LiSH brinks from attracting attention, in troub inquiring sort of way, as if the repetition to sell liquor as a beverage may con- democrat of unwavering fidelity to princilous times, and retires to Kedesh-Naphiaof the word might suggest rouietbiDg; tinue to do so until the expiration of the ples of the party, and a man who would by l mm Deborah a "weak wcmin" must judge meanwhile staring into the vacancy nbove, his faithfulness to the trust imposed on time for which the license was given. Israel frsm ''under the palm tree, between after a fashion we have all seen. Seeing I I i That after tbe entry of tbe result of him, hi attention to the duties of the posiIttraah and Bethel," and put the men to could gel nothing from them, I thanked said election shall have been made, the sale tion and his ability and learning be useful OHIO & MISSISSIPPI !!. ahame. And to it Is now. The "wise and them and fell hick ou my little churchof spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in to tbe Slate and district and reflect credit prudrni" are blind m bats, while "the man, and following his directions with ex- said county shall bs considered a misde upon his district a a member of Congress, The direct through line and old established route from babes" gel blessing and wondrous revela- actness found that ho was correct. But it mtanor and punished by a fine of not less and tions from the LOUD Wuereas, We are confident the lion. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis was a long, hot walk. sflssssslssBssssslMsHbjsVsW than $10 nor more than $50 for each offense fHBinPHHPHC and all points in the west. If there are no "Elders" to respond to the The young rector was inspecting his new and each sale shall be considered a eeparate U. A. Denham, by reason of his popularity SCJsr'L'Jfcsl call of sick ones, fetbU "mothers in Israel" church, which was almost ready for the offense. in this county, "his home" being the strong-e- Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louis. inreo (&j v&uj Trains irom uucinnaii will iko the snored oil of healing and work roof and will be a pretty structure when republican county in the district, can to St. Louis. 5. That the county judge, police judge get a larger vote than any man in the dis- Only 10 hours from Xoulsvllle and Cincinnati wonders in Jesu' name. And a "conse- finished. The church where he preaches is and magistrates of said county are author-irs- d lOU L0U1S. crated cobbler," as Sydney Smith called in the rear and a woodeu, Uronorary house, trict whom the democrats could nominate, Tho Only to issue a warrant of arrest upon the lino by which you can be it Wm Cirey, will tetch Bishops how to that will do for small meetings or a school got a Through Slooping Car oath of any respectable citizen of said counTSBsiTSt4i'i3uiaflK?H " Resolved, That the democrats of Whitley evangelize the heathen, while a plain clerk room, when the larger one is completed. From Clnclnstl to St. Louis. against any one charged with the offense county in mass meeting assembled do rec ty from a b:ot store, in our times, sweeps the Mr. Stoddart is a pleasant gentleman, who of violating the third seotion of this law, ommend the Hon G. A. Denham to the rPViQ f"l Rt TUT Is tbo only line running world before him, because "the clergy" are did all he could for us, also; and after he L6 J. OG IVjL, through from Louisville without Indictment by a grand jury, pro democrat of this district for representative and Cincinnati to SI. Louis, all other routes being asleep while souls are perishing. God hod made all proper inquiries, asked us to attorney or tbe in tbo next (hngrou as a man in every way mado up of a combination of small roads. vided the Commonwealth's works through "Ills Church," If only that be present the following Sibb.ith at 3 i M , defendant may demand and have a jury to worthy of the suflragen of tbe people and Tho Ohio A Mlssls'lppl Ratlwa runs Palatial church will let Him. If not, He has other promptly. This we were, and in company Sloenlns Cars on night trains ; Luxuriant Par- try tho eve. party nnl m the strongest man who cm be tor vara on uay trains: .icgani Day uucn-o- s , resources and if the church fails Him, will with about 10 lads and laste were duly on all trains. 0. That should a majority of those votof tbe prty. cbosen aa the standard-bear- er turn to them. Though the choice is uot confirmed. Direct and closo connections sre made In UNION ing at said election rote against prohibitBesolvcd, Tnat a C3py bi sent to the Wil DEPOTS with diverging lines by theO. A M. HIS. "In decency and ordtr" is His Grst Oar good Bishop is the imago of our old ing the sale of liquor in said county, au Railway, thus avoiding troblesome transliamsburg lima, Columbia Spectator, Couri fers by other routes. wish. "Br any weans" is the forced alter- friend Judge Ilsid, of Owiugidville once, thority is hereby given tbe oounty iudge of er Journal, Yosemile Xcvs and Interior The Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only line The Bucket Pumh & Water native. So wo have Moody and Banker of heaven now, which remarkable likeness botween Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts Lincoln county to call another election for Journal and requested to publish this resPurifier ranging the world; and the Y.M 0, A. es- drew nur hearts quickly and tenderly tounder one management, running all its tame, purpose at eome other time, tot olution. Is an improvement on any I' imp or Iterator yet trains through solid and In consequence Wm. M. Blain, Cbmn. tablishing an imperium in imperio; and wo- wards him And then, ho was so fatherly the be invented. Tho cups desietidlog mil of strand asIs recogniaed First-ClaRoute less than one yeir from the time of holding cending full of wattr, clriuUiea tho air Irom botGeo. 8. 1'enlev, Bec'y- tween those Cities. men doing men's work; and Tom, Dick and and gentle and atTectionale in. his addressApply to ticket Agents of connecting Unas for tom to top of cistern or well, removing wiggles, the first election, end should a majority of Harry standing in the "holy place," aa to rates, time, maps, circulars water buas, and rendering th wa er pur, removbetoro nnd after confirmatlor; so epeetly es Information cone from St. Lcuia that full particulars the voters, who voted at tbe second e'ection, ing all color, bad taste or ruiell. 'J hli Pump bas or any desired information, or write to by nobody; and the "confusion "gospel" in his way of putting everything; an Improved chaiti; no links to get twited; each ROUT. H. FORMAN, sgainst tbe sale of liquor in said coun- tbe servant girl are joining tbe Knighta of vote cut) Is soldered p'rinaoemly, ana lcsen'l ola link, Trav. Pass. Ag't 0. A M. R'y, Somerset. Ky. worse confounded" spread all around us, and withal so tenderly eloquent, that we Labor. It is propoeed, it in eaid, to have ed. Do not a flat piece ol galvsoUd iron Is W.B.8IIATTUC. W. M.PEAHODY. ty and the result thereof entered of record, Ag't, purchase a pump until you co tills until bewildered eouls wonder whether quite fell in loye with him and praised the Gen. Pass. Pres. and Uen'l Mitn'gr, com- Very rtspecttti it, then tbe provisions of this act shall at once a National wing of the K. of L. to bs Cincinnati, O. there is a church at nil, or a "King in Isra-el- " LORD for sending such a dear "under mi u be in full rce and effect, as nosed exclusively of women who ealn a seeing that "every man does what is shepherd" to induct us into His earthly thereafter though a majority had voted for prohibi- livelihood as houte servants. . - it Gw w jp can cIrIH in his own eyes," and scornfully re fold. I shall never forget the touch of the the first election authorised by this Bucklen's Arnica Satire jects authority, save what he "evolves from good Bishop's hand upon my head, nor the tion at The best Salve In tho world lor Cuts. JJrulsc his own inner consciousness." It is a o rich toaoi of bis dear, mellow voice, as he ai. 7. Tuat this act shall bs in force fr.m Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Soros, Tetter, Chapped spectacle, Indeed. Angola weep over laid: "Difend, 0 Lord, this Thy servant Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Lruptlons, its passage it and the heart of our Jesus bleeds nfrt-sh- , with Thy heavenly grace, that he may con and positively euros Piles, or no pay re ulred, I, Louisville & Nashville R. R. Atmesent there is something over Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money as He looks down from the Father' light tlnue Thine forever; nud daily increase in -- TUB OBEIT- govern refunded, Price 25 cents per bos. For sale by hand. Thy holy Spirit more and more, until he $1)1,000,000 in silver dollars in the Penny A MoAlliter. I have not answered the Bishop's latter, come unto Thy . everlasting kingdom, ment mult. THROUGH TRUNK LINIi Mat Can Be Done ? I do not know that I shall. I could easily Amen." Positive Cure for Piles. 10 TUB- By trying again and keeping up couraje many Bhow him that he is very inconsistent in To tho people ol tills county we would say that Toe pith of the address things seemingly lmpoailbla may be attained. Hholviog tho responsibility upon an Ameri- was this: "Confirmation Is not wbal you ore we have been given tbo Aginoyof Dr. Marjhlsl'a Hundreds of hopeless cases ol Kidney and Liver guaranteed can Episcopate. But euibonof Unless eome to do for the LORD, but a reception of what Italian Wlomoney refunded Internal, External, Complaint have bten cured by Electric Bitters, WITH to cure or after everything else had been tried lu vain. So one bro.ks a bit of red tape, I shall have the LORD will do for you.1' Yob can imi Hllnd. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price BOo a box. Pullman Palace Sleepers. don't think thero Is no cure far you, but try Electo preach on "irregularly" I suppose. For Ine how that sort of goipol thrilled me. For sale by Penny AMcAUsttr, Druggists. tric BittMs. There Is no ruedlotnoso safe, sopuro preach I muit, whether Bishops are willing The address was a very and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters IjoulsvlUe Daughters, Wires and Mothers. or not. it really comoa to this. "Wo is sweet exposition of tho words quoted above, will euro Dyspepsia, DIabotcs and all Diseases of to Nashville, We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchltl's AS cm phis, mo if I preaoh not!" So 1 file away the lie took up the threo-folFemale Uemcdy, t euro Female Dis- the Kidneys. Invaluable in affections of Stomach prayer, showing overcome all Urinary Difficulties. snd Liver, and letters of Thos. Wand "Edward It." with that it meant: 1, Steadfastness. 2 Prog- eases, such a Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Large Bottle only 60 cents a boltlo at Penny A Atlanta, WliW-'- r and Displacement or bearing Montgomery, a utile sign of wearinera and turn to the ress. 3 Triumph. It was ail lotfely and Ulceration, Falling Change o I McAlUter. Littlo Bock, down felling, Irrrgularltles.'Barronness, 'Chief Shepherd" with the unipeakable re- restful and we came away with hearts lull Llfe.Lcucborrhcea, besides many weaknesseasprlng- Excitement in Texas. Mobile and New Orleans. "CT 3Li EST. lief of feeling that HE knows all about It of thankfulneat to the dear LORD for so lne from the above, line iieniiacue, moating, opt Oreat excitement baa been earned In the vicini: i(iia si iihrlfomtrMrt&iiMMM Bleeplossnese, Nervous Debility, ty of Paris, Texas, by tbe remarkable recovery or ana wm cause all to "work togother for ordering our "confirmation" in the "Church nal Weakness, n 4 n il.nf ih. fiuill ttr.uai la u. 9oattwa JSt.ua Only one change to points In . .i .Inmliilat 'ipotnaat rrlsslpla tbtt'lwMAv3s Palpitation olthe Heart, Ac. Tor sals by Drug-i.- .. Mr. J. K. Ccrley, who was so helpless be could not , lu Jas lh .irlj pyrslos amh. aifrl f tliS good." "imSH, of our Fathers." p.Ikai II ami 81 fioner bottle. Bend to Dr. turn In bed, or raise his head; overybody said he evnrtran. la eiovf aC ) u i tS mvii t w .r ib fM Mi Last Sabbath we were all "confirmed" in lb. btallat noulr1 3 B.Marchlsl, Uttca. N. V for pamphlet, lrce was mMii -iiiii vr. inMit Easter Sunday we return to St, Savior's In t dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. ill.ln flam odd. .11 mill, f.r it I i Forsalobv Penny A MCAluwr.(uruggisis. i the little onburban church of St. Savior' TL.ani.it katan Kiatar or SwutOim akd for our first communion after confirmation New Discovery wm sent him. Finding re King's ' ' ru. rro4r for C'uttia. Croen nj ' s .f( ii- til tgmmoUfai aa4 aa HHILOiTS CATABUU KEMEDY- -a poaltlve lie!, ha bought a large Cottle and a box of Dr Itadftrn, by the Bishop of New South Between those two dates, if the LORD A.s aop .". I ii. a t i frli. Prlca, Dlphthsrla and Canker Mouth Klng'sNow Life Tills, and by tbe time ha bad rure for Catarrh, A. TAYLOR. Atlanta. C. ist (iOth year. on the line of this road will receive Wale?, the good Dr, Barry. The 11th of will, I shall have entered my Becking homes I For tale at M. L. Bourne's. iperlal rates, taken two bozos of Pills and two boxes ot tbe DIs. ra dr. Hinr.sRS Mi'cai.iBicKKV coRDtat. sat April will be a memorable date to all of feel as Chalmers did, that the 7th decade bf a Taaiaias. foriaUDf JlUitlna UtMiuirr act aarflee Agents of thh Compsny tor rates, routes by that corery be was well and had gained In flesh thirw'jrUn. 8LEKPLE33 NIGHTS, made miserable one's earthly life ought to be a Sabbath de terrible coub. BMtoVs Cure tjs the remedy for ty. ill pounds. Trial bottles ot this Groat Discov Ac, or write our little 'Troupe." irM0BE o.P.AT.A. Both for sale by Dr. M.L. BOURNS, Su r Louisville, Ky, ery for Consumption free at Penny A McAllstsr's. Itedfern is a suburb of Sydney and the cade, full of caloitlal peace r.nd rem ana I jou. For sale at M. U Bouruu'a. O. B. HABBI8, Ag't -- Dia-trl- 1M-I- GEO. O. BARNES. Kirksville Fair STEWC03IJR MOTEIi well-kno- bare-heade- 23l and 2Mh of July, Burnam IOK! ICESl ICE! Per 127-t- -- - BOTJBNE heart-broke- Sale ofLand,Stock JRa-tor- s, first-dat- e A TRAIN Dy-vld- .7'' a. 112-l- O. & Ms EsjH HVps iHis?ISIj i fffta S at 5EiSlfisH bi3si ss h. n cam mis-crebl- L.&N. .kv Olntment-emphatlc- ally SOUTH & WEST BE . &ET C hV ...JA 3 E3 1 j . Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS i Nia-iai- it- Cbl'-lra- 1 T- - ! I The annual commencement exercises adjourn, The Louisville lima truly says: The Adams made another motion (Thursday) became a law of Centre College closed and the chair said it would entertain no "Widows' Pension Bill" that ago increased tho annual ap by addresses by tho graduates, interspersed further dilatory motion. This brought ttfo months Tension with music and prayer, according to tho Adams' mettle out and he denounced tho nrorrtatlon SG.000.000. The Blair and which following programme 8enato June 18, 1880 rulings of a chair prompted by the senti- Bill that has passed the Stanford, Ky., Music. Frayer. Music. with a fament that "to the victor belongs the spoils." has been reported to the House, Dlucitatloa-Jo- hn Little Anderson, Lancaster. by tho Committee Subject-Histo- ry. Col. W. G. Welch'mountcd tho stage and vorable recommendation Music. suppression of the on Invalid Pensions, increases tho amount said with an evident W. P. WALTON. There is little doubt of Its DlsquUltiou-a- . Washington Broadus Mt. Bterling. to $10,000,000. deep indignation that animated him: Unchangeable, Immortal. Bubject-Hon- or: vetccs "I desire to sav after cool reflection that becoming a law unless tho President Music engago in another - Sprlngfleld. Brown, I will not submit to tho rulings of the it. If we should over make a good trade Dlsqulsltlon-'Ro- od 8iibject-"Sa- fty and Government are Things chair, nor to the conduct of this conven- - war tho country would (10 ttlO Which Subjects Mako us Uaprr asTholr Kings." as a democrat nor as a gen- hv Mrlntr ft net of JaniZUiOS to Trimmed and ltcmly for Use, at Music. Says General Hodman, Belong the tlon. Neitherlonger make myself a party fichtinir. with the distinct understanding tleman will I E. Bryce, Indianapolis, Ind. Spoils. In the Ethical Orallon-- W. 8ultry Soterlgn of the Boulh." to such infamous outrages by remaining in that there should be no after claps 8ubJct-"T- ho blue Music. the convention. The victors may havo the nature of pensions. Our wards in And By His Oflbnsivoly Partisan spoilt; they may also take the responsibili- cost us moro than Great Britain expends Oration -- Achilles Ed ward Darls, - - McAfee, Hubject Association. Buling We ty. upon her military establishments. Music. Following his lead many Saufley men had aa well havo a standing army at once. Oration-Geo- rge Mc&fse, Edwla Datls, Subject Bloodless Victories. Ho Stole For Tliem All tho Rights of started to leave the hall and the hoodlums at the Of the 70 moonshiners convicted Music. and their tool felt that they had overdono tlio Vanquished. States Court at Dissertatio- n- Robt. W. Easllind, llarrodsburg. outrages were ever at- recent term of the United the job. No such Life Is What wo Miko It. Subje:t-T- hls were from Whitley county tempted as were perpetrated on the Saufley Music. Barbour Nominated By tlie Most Dis- 11 from Knox, 3 from Wayne and tho bal. adherants and thoy would have been moro MoCce Grant, Lancaster graoofnlly Oonduotod Convention that tho mountain coun- IMsaerUtlon-Hn- gh through Bubjsct The Silence of Silence. than human, if they had silently submitted anco scattered Ever Met in Kentucky. of tho number are women Music. to the dirtv treatment. In the midst of ties. Sixteen Crittenden. said to be even harder than Oratlon-3a- m'l II. Hoisett, great confusion, Col. John B. Thompson and they are Subject Knowledge is Power. THE PROCEEDINGS IN KDM., tho men. Of tho total number, but seven arose and in the interest of haimony asked Music. belief. Four of them Bhelby City. that the Convention send for the retiring claimed any religious DIsserUtlon-- S. J. Futllam, Special to the Istmuok Joubsul. and one ChrisSubject Fact, not Fiction, the tru delegates and offer them every inducement are Baptists, two Methodists Libanon, Juni 17. Tho Contention to to Fruit of the Mind. , return. Gov. Hindman believing that tian. Music. nominate a candidate for Superior Court 9 of Bavaria, settled the Oratlon-Shsl- ley King Ludwio, it would not carry, moved to adjourn till Rouse, - - - - Crittenden, Judce for the Second District met at 8ubJect-"N- or Think Thou Boost a Howled down. Such scenes question of his insanity by jumping into a Hall, at a little past 12 o'clock to Wild Disorder Here." are rarely witnessed as followed. Confu- lake at Munich and drowning. His faithful Music day and was called to order by the chairsion was worse confounded. Judge Mike physician attempted to rescue him and was Dlssertatlon-- M. M. Rupley, - - Terry-lll- e, man of the district committee, J. Stone H. Oirsley moved that the chair ap- also drowned. Before his suicide he had Subject Organised Labor. "Walker. There were a large number of Music point six gentlemen to wait upon them ordered in his own handwriting that the Dan-Ill- s. the capacity of the little delegates and Oratlon-- 4. A. Stout, and ask them to return. He had nev- medical commission, headed by Count Immigration be Prohibited T Should Chinese w.u falty tested. Frank Straus, of hall Music. er bolted a democratic convention and did Holstien, which examined him, be flogged Bullet, nominated Gen. Rodman for temUarrodsburg. tts, Mr. Thompson re- - till they bled and then have their eyes not propose to do so. Subject Conditions. porary chairman for the Barbour side; Col. insisted on his motion and on its being put plucked out. Music. Mat Adams named John B. Thompson, of Dallas, Texas, was carried. Judges Beckham, Bush, Hum-phie- y Oratlon-- G. A. Tltterlngton, CURRENT EVENT. Mercer, in the 8anfley interest, and then NOTES OF 8ubject Discord. and Thorne, all Barbour men, were the music begin, after much confusion, and Music. appointed. They reported that after conThe State Teachers' Association will DIasertatlon-- W. C Whltthorne, Columbia, Tenn. a spat between Sam Berry and JohnD. Fo sultation the retiring members had askod meet in Louisville, July 7th, 8th nnd 8ubjeet Memory. gle, the latter of whom, was taking an ofMt. SUrllng, Valedictory-- T. S.McWUllams, five minntes more to consider. JLnls was 9th. ficious part for Barbour, although he had Music, Benediction. Music. The collections of the Lexington Ofmaking gl von and bat few appearing, credentials bsen ignored In his county in the Excused from Speaking. report was adopted by a viva voce vote fice during the year the office haa been Committees; President Beatty, Chairman up of her delegation. He finally estab- and then the report of the committee on held by U. S. Collector Robinson Is nearly Chamberlain: E, K. Wilson, J. M. Craig. 8krVJ his right to the floor by presenting a lished organization was read. It suggested that $2,600,000. W. D. Cochran, B. F. Bourne, a proxy from Corroll, but got a skinning And by the distribution of prizes and Gen. Rodman ba continued as permanent Arkansas contributes a novelty to the from his homo people and many groans and chairman and that S. M. Burdett, J. W. stories of official crookedness by having a honors, pome of which were as follows: The hisses from all other Saufley men. Honner. W. K. Scott and R. B. Terrell Judge eent from the bench to the pen- Henry Barrett Boyle prize (fine gold watch) Finally the call of the counties was orJames Madison Walton, Harbour-Hi- e. be the secretaries. itentiary for forgery. Speculation in coundered to decide as to the chairman and it English Prize (530) to Junior class -- C. D. motion to adopt tho resolutions were ty scrip made the trouble. A proceeded without incident, until the Lou-isTl- Ile made and George Stone moved that they be Sheriff Beresford, of Cincinnati, rer- - Grubbs, E. B. Nelson, W. L. Sumrall, F. districts were called. When the tote laid on the table. This was rejected by n milted one Hermann, who is under a sen- D.VanWinkie, Harry Whltthorne. Hiator for 2d was announced as 3 for Barbour and largo majority, the Saufley men refusing in tence of twelve years In the penitentiary, ical Society prlza ($10) on the part taken 6 for Sanfley, the latter'a friends went wild many instances to vote. A call of coun- to leave the jail with his lawyer, under a by Kentucky in the war of 1812 -- Hugh with enthusiasm. There were contesting ties on the adoption of the resolutions was promise to return when wanted, and Judge McKee Grant, Lancaster. Honorable delegations from the 4th district, and upon class, Peychology and Logic demanded by O. H. Waddlo and it waa or- Maxwell fined him $50 for it. theee there was a long and tiresome wranW. Hunter, of Bardstown, the W. E. Bryce, A. E. Dayls, G. E. Davis, H. same Saufley men refused to George dered. The gle. Judge Humphrey stated the case for vote and the resolutions were adopted by a captor of Grove Kennedy, got in his work M. Grant, 8. II. Hogsett, Shelly Rouse, J, delegation and W. O. Dodd the Barbour M. Rupley, G. A. Tltterlngton, W.C. Whit-thornmajority of about 100. Col. R. P. Jacobs again this wee by taking Walter Dicker-eofor the Saufley men. During the debate Butler'a Analogy W. E. Bryce, a fugitivo from platform and at this point mounted the alias "Mock Turtle," which followed Mat Adams got in some stated that Judge Saufley's name would justice, ne is charged witn me muruer oi A. E. Davis, T. S. Mc Williams, Geo. Nich-olagood work for Saufley, but the proceedings 8. J. Pulliam, Shelly Roure, J. M. not be presented neither would he be a Alfonso Willums at .Louisville m ihm. were characterized by great disorder and it N. Y. Win-fiel- d Ruplev. Physics -- W. E. Bryce, A. E. candidate under any circumstances. J. At the Sturtevant House, was difficult for the chairman to enforce his Gen. Lee Thompson, of Kansas City, shot Davis, G. E. DjitIh, S. J. Pulllam.S. Rouse. business. He Sel Miller then arose and nominated rulings or progress with the Whittaker as a candidate for Superior and killed his wife and then shot himself. Greek-- 8. H. Hogeett, T. S. McWilllams, finally decided to exclude the 4th district Judge. All kinds of cat calls and groans They are suppoeed to havo been on tbeir G. A. Titterington. English W. E. Bryce, from voting on tho questions, to which an were made against him by the Louisville bridal tour. Thompson is the eon of a G. E. Davis T. S. McWilllams, 8. Rouse. appeal was taken by Ira Julian, seconded E. Davis, 100, highest delegation. leading minister of Kansas City and mov- Elocution-- A. by Joshua Bullitt, Jr. This was decided J. C. Beckman nominated Joseph Bar- ed in the beet society. grade, G.E. Difis, 100, T. 8. McWilliame, out of order and after much howling by the bour and nominations were then declared Satisfied that means of electioneering 100, 8. J. Pulliam, 100, 8 Rouse, J. A. Barbour men the vote again progressed. closed and the call of counties resulted, necessary to secure the nomination as Stout. G. A. T tterincton, W. U. Whlt When Lime countv was reached, Senator Barbour 174; Whittaker 9. Before the were a candidate for Superior Judge before the thorne, 100. Degrees Conferred B. 8. on Smith, the man who sent his railroad pas-e- s vote was announced, Mr, Miller withdrew convention on the 17th of June, that are W. E Bryce, of 8anior c!ae; A. B. on all back with a big flourish of trumpets and his candidate and on his motion Barbour's unworthy to be pursued by one seeking a the others; A. M. In course on R. B. Met was, as it is alleged, afterwards caught rid- nomination was made unanimous. A deleGen. Whitaker withdrew rilfi.. class of 1801: n. P. Gnder, '82; A. ing on another legislator'.) ticket, objected gation was appointed to notify him of it, judicial position, the Superior Judge contest oeiore me F. Evans, '82; C. W. Metcalfe, '83; P. D. to the vote of his county being cast solidly and pending their return with him, Sel from Smoot, '83; Misiei Maggie Rtndolph and meeting of the convention. for Saufley as instructed, until a direct voto Miller, i'oung Bullitt and one Birker join Jos F. Watksj. Thomas 1). lUsir. "TERMS CASH.-s- a at the Lula McKee. '83: A M. Hinorary on Dr. The city of Vancouver, situated for him and one vote was lost for his organ- ed in a free fi jht, in which Sel was a little of the Canadian Pacific railway, J. M. Holloway ond Samuel Burdett, Louend ization. Taylor had instructed solidly for used up. Barbour finally arrived, express- Pacific ashes. Not a half dozen houeea re- isville, and W. A. Obenchain, President of Saufley, but a lot of hoodlums were mar- ed his thanks and the convention at 2:30 is in main out of 500, and, worst of all, there is Oden Female Cillege, Bowling Green; shalled and Saufley lost nearly three votes this, Friday, morning, adjourned. a large loss of life. Ten bodies have thus D.D. on Rev. L. F. Walker, President again. NOTBS. recovered, and a numbjr of per- Oxford Female College, Oxford, Ohio, Rev. The same disgraceful state of affairs apMr. J. W. Hopper entertained a number of his far been delegation and editorial friends at his homo and tiny enjoyed sons are missing and are snpposed to have W. L. Green, clas of 1815, Rev. W. C. peared in the Washington whole Conditt,'03, Ashland, Ky.; L L. D. on the opposition scored another victory. At Tery heartily the excellent dinner, which had to perished. Ooe short hour did the Sti-eet- j be postponed till C o'clock. Senator J. C. 8. Blackburn and Reprts;n-talSv- e work. 5 o'clock and after five solid hours of wranThe Bsufley delegates hire reason to complain W. C P. Breckinridge and Hon. J. Tho republicans of Shelby county have gling the vote was announoed, Qen. Rod- of much un fairness. In the matter of distribuUniversity 120 and 28 -- 87s and tion of tickets to the Hall the- - were especially nominated a full ticket, and intend to make M. Martin ('50) Prof, of Law man receiving offices in August. of Alabama. $1,000 have been raised to Thompson 112 and 59 -8- 7a. The Louis- badlr treated. newspaper men present were Sam an effort to capture the Among; the Beatty prizs" to be ville gang howled itself hoarse on the re- M. Burdett, W. M. Flnley.J. P. Murray, W. B. In view of the fact that the democrats have endow the "Ormond escorted to the Moody, M. T. Craft, M. D. Hughes and Richard 800 majority, the republicans seem to have given hereafter to students distinguishing sult and the General being considerable cheek in this matter. But themselves In the department of Natural chair announced that he would proceed at Qodson. single Sautter man was put on the ComNot a once to business and maintain order or mittee on Credentials and oftourse the Barbour then they may propose to rely on Judge Science. efknow why. He then proceeded to appoint gang had It all their own way. No such unfair- Durham's letter to 'Squire Gill aa an DRODHEAD, ROCKCASTE COUNTY. Lou. Times known before and the gang that fective campaign document. vartatiR committees and In the case of ness was tha Oa Wedneeday of last week tho Brod-hea- d an committed OS that on credentials no such unfairness was ashamed of so flagrantcan be.injustice ought to be DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Itself, II It school closed with a public examinaever shown in a democratic or any other cle-- er CapL Prank Harris as usual did tho old "Terra tion. Tho pupils acquitted themselves Col. J. W. Guest's two-yeconvention. Judge Bell protested but in thing by the Stanford crowd, sending us down with much credit. The next session will Staple and Fancy Groceries?, Provision!, pompous tones the General responded: and bringing us back on a special train. It returned Cotta" will run again at St. Louis luccnsuare. Glaia- about S o'clock this morning, carrying as sleepy a by Mrs. McAlister open Aug. 30tb, with Miss Alrun Carson A party, given "To the victors belong the spoils and the waie, Etc , crowd aa erer was, Following are the name ot to her daughter, Mies Mattie, a debutante, as principal. committee will not be changed." This re- those It took down: Wo gunrnntca entire satisfaction In every respect, vf III not bo undersold, and Miss N E Hamilton, last night, was largely ottended. speech was received with intense markable When the Sander men returned from the Hall dollror nil goods promptly niijvr here In or within a few miles or Verona, Ky., will on the High School at Silas Sandldge, of Lincoln, bought on and organized by disgust by the Saufley supporters and it they went to thecourt-boui- e Stanford or ItoTrlaiid. Come to see un. evening of the 24th inst. deliyer a lectuie merits the condemnation of all fairminded electing Col. Matt. Adams chairman. Cols. Hill Tuesday of Benj. 8pears, this county, a Will McD. Watora, salosman. at 'this place on "Education, the Teacher denunciatory of the good "WATERS fc and Welch made speeches gray gelding for $175. men, when the issue is between mem methods ol the Conrentlon and resolutions of a and tho Taught." All friends of education servThe ladies of the Baptist church bars of the same party in a convention to stloglog character were adopted. are cordially invited to be present, Col. Mat. Adams managed the work on the floor ed refreshments, including Ices, fruits, Ac, decido on their relative mtrits: At 5.30 R. 8. Martin Is in Louisville on busl-aeon 3d street, on the convention adjourned till 8 o'clock. On tor Judge Saufley and did It In his usual excellent in the vacant store-roothis week. Mies Mollie Murphy and Tuesday night. Their receipts were $61. reassembling a long delay wan caused by and untiring manner. sister, of Halls Gap, ars of the AlOur Band took the day and the boys were MEKCI5ANT TAILOR. Miss Lettio Rochester, of Kansas City, little the failure ol the committee on credentials both on their muiio and appearance. Miss Sallie Rowland, who formerly of Stanford, is visiting Miss bright house. to report and it was 9.30 before it appeared. The Barbour men sited up their man Hodman Mo., has been attending school here since Chris- Ita report showed that it did the duty it exactly and he carried out tbelr wishes at the Sophie Bright, this county. Riv. R. G. I bate rocslTOd and still recelTinn mas, will leave next Thursday for her home manly and fair. Noland and his bride, formerly Miss Terr, was packed to do fully, f he Barbour del- hazard of everything Ky. Misses Katie Staples and Judge Saufley was eachcred out of the nominaInSaxton, egation from the 4th Louisville was admit- tion he had lalrly weftj, by trickery and fraud, of Nellsburg, Va., have arrived and taken Ella Moore will take their departure next delegation permit- but he Is not the man to sulk but be and his friend a rooms at the Clemens House. ted and the Washington was a visComprising the best In the muket, which will be which week, Joe Jones, of Stanford, The second game of Base-balted to cast the voto of its county as the hare laid up some things against S3mt psopleanl last Sunday. Wednesday even- itor in Brodbead day ol Judgment will come. waa to have been played members saw proper. Mr. McCord present- the Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Booond to Uono in City or Country. The entertainment given at the BapH. S. Withers, W. a. Rincy, John S. Hughes, ing between the Falls City Amateurs of ed a minority report stating that as Wash- C. A. Cox, J. P. Bailey, L. L. Dawson, T. A. Hamiltonlan Society on Giro Mo a Trial. postponed until Baturday tist church by the ington had instructed her delegates to vote L. F. Hubble, D. W. Trlbble, Jack Adams, Louisville, was financialfirst game last Friday evening was a success f jr Saufley and ine all honorable means to Jr., W. M. Myers, F. M, Taylor, Qeo. 8. Carpen on account of the rain. The ly and otherwise. Tho audience, though escure his election that its vote be so cast ter, O. A. Lackey, J. Stone Walker, Capt. II. P. played Tuesday was won by the Danville; large, was aa intelligent, aa well behaved, M. Hlgjlobotham, It. H. Tomllnson, Terrell, J. Will Sweeney advocated the minority, B. M. Burdett, M. D. Hughes, W. It. Carson, score 5 to 7. aa good looking and aa well dressed as any The following were a few of the Alum-n- l report in a forcible speech and Bedlam Frank Harris, Will Sererance, C. C. Carson, J. T. be, commencement: Rev. congregation of people need wish lo present during was again let loose. A vote by counties on Carson, A, O. HaBaiin, W. B. Penny, 8. M. Those present from a distance were as folE. C. Walton, T. D. Rtnejr, Lee F. Huflman , W. C. Condit, ABhland; Rev. W. C.Young, the minority report was finally begun at lows: J. W. Brown and wife; George Fish Thos. Illchardj, A. A. WarLoulsyille; E. W. C Humphrey, Louis-vllle- ; half an hour to record it Joo F. Waters, CaptGeo. 10.30. It took a H. Blanford, MaJ. Tueo. ren, W. E. Varnon, W. K. Mas-si- and Miss Alice Liwls, Mt. Vernon; Miss H H Allen, Princeton; and the report was defeated by a majority King, Thos. Robinson, H. M. Billou, D. B. Maggie Davis, Bruce Hansford, Jim CarParis; J. F. Philip', Kansas City, Mo.; J, T. Craig, W. B. McUobsrts, A, It olG. Col. Adams then moved an adjourn BJS1 1 4"M 1 son and Sam Kennedy, Crab Orchard; Chas. Philips, 8. U. Shanks, C. W. Sweeney, Thos. D. Pickett, Maysvllle; P. G. Smoot, ment and another call of counties had to be McRoberts and Joe Hardin, Stanford; H. C. Kaufloiau, J. W. Miller, J. N. Menefoe, It. made, resulting in about the same ma- L.aentry,JrW.F. Ramsey, Geo. D. Wearen, Flemingsburg; J. T. Tunis, Lexington; J. Jack Conn, Altamonl; Miss Lulu Minks, of Catlettsburg; Clarence Mcjority against it. A motion was made C. W. Ping, F, L. Thompson, D. W. Vandereer, A. Williams, Moreland; Mies Leila Kemper, of Hszjl to adopt tho majority report and Col. T. P. Hill, Jr., T. W. Varnon, M. Q. Nerluj, Jno. Alister, Btth county; Clarence Crawford, Patch; Ed Albright and John Perkins, of NUholasvIlle; Wm. Crow, AdamB moved to lay the report on tho Bright, M. Peyton, Rer. Jos. Billou, Geo. E. Perryville; Bee Lick; Misses Judo Crawford, Ella RobStone, J. C. Hays, S. J, Embry, J. H. Miller, Geo. Jas. Barbonr, Maysville; Chas. W. Met- erts, Mrs. Jennie Edwards and others, of table. U. Bruce, W. II. Higgles, J, E. Bruce, J. W. Hay-deThe Board of calfe, Nlcholssville. s, It is now 11:30 r. m aud the proceedings E. B. Hayden, tiso. D.rldson, C. C. Gum Sulphur, and George Melvin, of a fi;ht in the rear of the of the College onWednesday tender-e- d Lily. Col. It. P. Jact, J. B. McFerran, A. K. are varied with to the temporary presidency thereof hall, The chair decided Cjl. Adams' mo- Denny, Nick McDowell, Iteod 8. Nichols, Capt. Morrison's motion to go into the S. M. Boone, R. A. Johnston, Will Rossell. D, tion out of order, bit he appealed from its Kl&ss, R. Williams, Robt. White, Geo. B, Cooper, Rev. W. C, Young, of Louisville, but the n, Blderatlons of the tariff bill waa decision. Another call of counties waa or 1 p. Cozitt, Lssn Caldwell, Prot. W. C. Grin. honor was promptly declined by that yesterday 157 to 110. deitd nui tuu cunif wtu euawiued. Col. stead, W. P. Walton. to y Sira-fiBteUfilntmorloiinal 9 WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER WALL ! TO THE VICTORS, PAPER! M'ROBERTS & STAG'S. I have a small lot of WAGON Which I 11A1I El-mnnd- 'a will sell at Cost. T. R. WALTON. A Splendid Variety of DlsUlsttlon-nowardTebbe- Iii Bulk and in Papers can be found at in or T.R. WALTON'S. GANNEDGOODS&OTHER GROCERIES n, e. s, Of best kinds, at J T. R. WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. WATERS & R ANE Y lain GROCERS, - Stanford. o o b U er ..... lite RANEY. ss H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, l, El-k- in, i WU-hlt- e, Wall Paper, jb e, n, Pen-ny.J.- M. A Mt uimuuic, lIWEMJeml Oases, Caskets, Robes. n, rs Will-lam- Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. gen-ma- B. 2 miirIlSryj, Stanford. Kiv STANFORD nal FEMALE COLLEGE of Stanford MARRlAO ES. .tCVf ADVKRTlAEHEflTH. ar . ?VlfriTr Tiieclosino exercises F n " male College, which were held in the OpeJuno 18, 188G ra House Tuesday evening, were highly Stanford, Ky., creditablo both to the management nnd O. WALTON, - UualQoaa Mnnngor. pupils. The auditorium was packed with E. the parents and friends of tho young ladies, anxious to oeo how each would acquit herI, AN. LOCAL TIME CAHD. nnd the programme was such as to keep Mall train going North - I U r.M self ...13 IS r. M the interest unfl tgtinR for the two hours nnd Bouth 1 28 itu, South... Kxcrcastraln" ' ". " Norh --........ M2 1Sl.x, a half that it took to complete it. At about Tho a.OTC is calculated oa standard time. Holir 8 o'clock the curtain arose on a lovely at li About 20 minute (aster; scene. All the young ladies attired in white and carrying hiskels of dower, were LOCAL NOTICES. upou the stsgo and after n. signal, marched Lan !tF.Tii'8 earden seed in bulk and with measured step to eentr In the audito RELIGIOUS. pickaxe at l'ennr ft McAlister. SPRINGS- riuui, Rev. J. M. Bruce then off red au ap WATonra and Jewelry repaired on nlior propriate A good price will lie paid in ono who mIII aUy all prayer, at the clo'e of which The $1,000 Presbyterian church notice and warranted by Penny A MoAHi V OUT Ell, tho eaion. li, (). Slui Crab (Jicbard, Kj. President A. S. Pax ton addressed tho Is completed. 18i-Buy tbe Haas Hog Komcdy, the orlfft-- a briefly, and took occasion to thank Louisville Presbytery met in adjourn and only genuino, from, Penny iScMcAl-bite- r. the good people of tho community for the ed session to resume the trial of the Revs. in which they had received him Thomas E. and Frank B. Converse, editors A cosirLrTE stock of jewelry, latest mauiior Itockford walebos a specialty. Pen- a y?ar age and for the continued evidences of tho Christian Obtcrvtr, of that city, on style. of their favor, promising to redouble his charges of falsehood and other unchristian ny A McAllnter. cflorts to make the school the very best in acts brought by Rjts. Eigene Daniel, W Cottage Bread and Fresh dikes, StrawPERSONAL. berries, Ioe Oreim, Batter kept on ioo, the land. Miss Lou Dunn then cave n pi E Bsggs and Dr. Martin, of Memphis frosh and nice; Ice to retail; Ioetoold Mrs. Qkesbam la ipsndlng a few ano solo, which was most skillfully perMr. Jeflersoo DjvIi hat bought his Older, Ginger Ale and Lemonade. dayi at Taint Lick. formed. Certificates of Proficiency were birthplace in Falrvlew, on the the lines Don't forget that it It headquarters for good ButMrs. J. E Fahhib and Miss Lluie are awarded to Misses Ellen .Wearen, Jennie separating Todd and Christian counties Ill-I- t ter Nislling loDiiTille. MoKJunev and May Helm; the latter, how- and deeded the property as n site for the Miu. M E. Helm has returned from ever, owing to indisposition, was unable to Bethel Biptist church. A fine engraving a vlult to Louisville. be present to receive hers In person. Mies-c- s has been taken of tbe old house, recently Miu. Geoiuie II. Bnuce and Howard Julia Tapscott and Louana Dudderar torn down, and prints are being sold for the Concert Grand, hare koiib to Estill Springs to remain se?-er- received Certificates of Honor. These were benefit of the building fund. The corner Parlor Grand. weeks. the only certificates awarded and when it la itote of the church nas been laid, and Mr. Baby Grand, is known that the atandaid fixed to secure Davis ha promised, if his health will perMrs F.J.Anthony, of Lebanon, Upright Grand, lilting her parent, Mr. and Mm. T. B. them is very high, the difficulty of obtain- mit, to attend tbe dedication this fall. Square Grand. Parsons. ing them will be appreciated. Miss Louise Times. We are opening the most carefully aelcctod, the The Mob will meet with Miss Mary Bailey here rendered a difficult selection Rsv. George O Barnes is again on his finest and but stock of invite all on tbe piano, with an ease and grace that native heath, ne telegraphed this office and she tsks ui to Reld PIANOS AND ORGANS tbe young people. waa highly commendable. Little Virginia Monday evening that he and family had Every lostiutnent li brought thli Mirsiu. J. 0. WEATHEnroRD and Bowman, in n very excellent manner, re- arrived safely at Sau Francisco, Cal., and Kerpride of antoartlit city. prices range from 10 to an 1 the George V. Kyan, of Huitonvilte. were in cited "I can't and I'll try." A Calisthenio but for tbe csrelcMneu of tbe telegraph 23 percent, lower tnan other dealers ak for tbe same goods. Persons ol musical and art culture to see us this week. exercise with dumb bells followed, which messenger, we could havo announced the aro lmlted to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, cultiMioses Maiiy Hall, of Monticello, was participated in by 20 young ladles. glad news in our last issue All his friends vated, refined tone and artist designs ot these celebrated Imtrumcnta- and Minnie Elliott, ol Ktrksvllle, are vis Their evolutions were In admirable time here are delighted at tbe pro pec t of again tl Tlio Kunbe, tho Fa itlne Miss Tillie Hall. with the music and they went through the seeing his face in the flesh and listening to moiis Decker & Son, tho Popular Evlo The editor has been attending a long and difficult manual with a graceful his sweet gospel of love that he has preached erett and the Reliable New England convention, hence the ilimntss of beauty, whirh showed how thoroughly around the entire world Praise the Lord Pianos, our local news column. they had been drilled. A piano duet by for hie goodness andmercy. The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and been Misecs Ella Shanks, and ,13 u Dunn was Mr. Mark Hardin, who has DEATHS. tbe Jobn Church & Co. Organs, sick for a week or two, has cone to his well executed, after which Miss Mattie home in Monticello to recuperate. " John Hollcclaw, aged 21, son of W. Fleate communicate with us for catalogues, terms VanDiveer recited tbe "Legend of and prices. Miu Otie L Thormond,o( Barren In almost artistic manner. She was K llollzclaw, of this county, died Monday H. tl. A L. J. COOK, Special AgUe. Htanford, Ky. county, Is on a vlilt of some two or three beautifully attired and her manner and night of typhoid fever. Several of the othCr HOSE R. IlICHARD, weeks to her father, J. L. Dawson, Br. of Mr. llollzclaw aro down ReferencesA. R. Penny, Mrs. E.M. Carpengestured and elocution were almost fault-te- er children ter, J. M. Philips. J. M. Moore and Jauies Hax-leMr. 8. It Cook is down in the lower Miss Ellen Wearen next favored the with the same disease. BtanforS; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchend of Garrard, working hie piano business, audience with a selection en the piano, Thomaa Wright, son of the late Mil- ard; Gen. W. J. Landram and Miu Utile Huffr man, LancafUr. Ky. of which he is making quite a success. which was given in her usual correct and ton Wright, of Ibis place, died in LouisJdixie J. M. Piiu.ird his returned skillful manner. Tne Calistbenic claes ville this week and was burled here from a protracted tour of the West and again performed and marched and counter He was about 30 years of aje and says if he can sell out here, he will remove marched with perfect step to the music. formerly bad a position on the L. & N. to Kama City. None of the icholars knew that prizes were Ills disease was consumption. Fine Lincoln County Farm. Mr C. W. Metcalfe, tbe fat and to be given so the gratlGed surprise of the UNO. STOCK AND CROP jolly editor of the Jeasawlno Journal, was recipients can be imagined when Rev. J. The heirs of Leo Harden, deceased, will sell at bidder, auction to tbe over to see his brother Tom, this week and B. Gibson, after a short addrerr, delivered American cattle are strong and higher public at the resident e highest premises,without on on the honored us with a call, in Liverpool, the belt being 14 to 14 J cents, to Miss Effie Burnett a "Book of Travels" ThrtrHtlny, Juno 24, 1SSO, Mr. John L. Doslkv, editor of the for deportment in Primary Department; estimated dressed weight. Winchester Sun, will probably bo the re- to Miss Linda Osriley an autograph album, 2 o'clock r. u. the Farm on which tho late Leo At Lexington, Monday, the Shorthorn At Harden resided. publican candidate for Congress in the for greatest number of perfect recitations sale of N. F. Berry and C. F. Rogers, 60 This Is a fertile and finely watered body of Land, 2 miles north of Stanford and 1 mile from Owen News. Clark county dlsirict. in Preparatory Department; to MIsi Lou-nn- a bctd sold at an average of $120 a head. Rowland, on tbe I, A N. Railroad. Tbe residence Dit.J. H Hallou his located at HaOae of the largest sales of real estate is a splendid brick home, containing eight rooms Dudderar a copy of Tennyson's poems tht usual outbuildings, orchard, Ac. ven, Kansa, a growing city on the Wich- for deportment In Collegiate Department ever consummated in Kentucky was closed and tnere arewill first be oflereJ in tbreo parcels, Tbe plcco as whole, and ita A Colorado railroad. It Is but six and to Miss Jennie McKinney a copy of by a syndicate of Chicago capitalists in and then tbeamost money. that bid accepted which Tbe three parcels are, products weeks old, but the number ol houses alCuter county last week. The land is val1st. About 43 Acres east of the railroad. imJean Ingelnw's poems for the greatest 2d. tlfiy Acresofl oftbe8. W. corner of tbe ready built and the enterprises entered in provement in composition. Rev. A. S. uable in iron, coal and timber, and the con- Farm, adjoining Barrow and fronting 2J0 yards on Is aald'to have been $1,450,000. the Lancaster pike. to is astonishing. Moflett, on behalf of the president, then sideration 3d. The balanceof the Farm, about 2J0 Acres, Mm Ida PnnvnTE snd her sister, presented a handsome medal to Miss Rho-d- a embracing the build Ints. The Bourbon Xcw contains a cut of a Titans. The Land will be o!d by tbe acre and MIsi Eva, left Wednesday for their home balance Portman for being the most proficient in handsome monument to be erected to the surreyed to purchasers; ooe. fourth cish, months, at 6. li and 18 Iu thrN jual iustailiut-ntin Ihyle Mi I la h been a teacher In one to Miss Lou Dunn for memory of tbe Confederate dead in tbe with 0 percent, trom day of site. 1'omsiloa of Ctlislbalcs, given the College here for the last year and has excellence in music and a copy of house, Shelter's cemetery at Paris. It is being built of na- at one;garden stable lots and outbuildingsautumn of tbe balanceof tbafatiu In the won great praise for her diligence and effI . time tor seeding. poems to Miss Ellen Wearen for furnishtive limestone rock, and will bo 10 feet 131-E. II. 1IA YVEX, Agent. iciency in imparting Instruction. ing tbe music for the Calisthenio class. hiizb, and 10 feet rquare at the base. It Mr. J. 8. Hccinrs, president of tho The president iu a few fitting words preRock Castle Springs Co., who has just re- sented MIm Annie Alcorn with a full diplo- will probably cost nearly $2,000 including a neat iron fence surrounding the lot, end turned from there, tells us that already he ma, she having under the former or under a few ornaments for it. So far nearly 0 has 25 visitors, with a large number bookthe present regime completed tbe studies have been raited by one dollar contn ed for early arrival. He has engaged and necessary to obtain It. She was very pret- butlonrf-ma- ny of which have been sent sent out as clerk, Mr. R T. Wade, hto of tily attired and looked the personification in by friends from several States and Terthe Portman House IS WAURANTISD to cure Fcer and of tbe "sweet girl graduate." Bright, win- ritories. To this time 80 names of Bourbon's Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, He Miss Mary Takcott, of tho College some and pretty, she enters upon the Confederate dead haye been gathered, and mtttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, faculty, and her sister, Mltd Julia, leave Dengue (or 'Ureak-bono- " Fever), Liver sterner phase of life with the hearty good to be carved on a slab of Complaint, and all diseaics arising from this morning for their home in Staunton, wishes of many friends and admirer's. their names are Malarial poisons. marble on one tide of the base. Vs. MlrsTapicott is a most accomplished President Pax ton made a short address "Harpers, S. C., July 0, 1884. lady, a fiae teacher and during her stay In Excursion Rates f Topeka, Kansas. and then Rtv. A. 8. Moflett, on behalf of "For eighteen months suf-erc- d our midst has won many friends, who will From July Olh to 12th, inclusive, the the Board of Trustees, expressed Its approvwith Chills and Fever, delight to welcome her back in September. al of the management of the Institution by Ohio A Missippi Railway and its eastern Jiaving Chills every other day. Mr. Paxton nnd pledged its wtrmest sup- connections will cell tickets to Topeka, LOCAL MATTERS. After trying various remedies port. Mr. Moflett also took occasion to Kansas, and return for one faro for round cure, used a trip. Tickets will be good for return until recommended to Fruit Jars at T. R. Walton's. pay tbe president and faculty some well bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and July SO. For longer time returning apSelf sealino fruit s an. Waters & Raney. deserved praise and then pronounced the plication may be made to tbe Agent Union have never since had chill. M.i .ii... benediction. EDWJW HARPER." Harvest and Lard oil at Melcalf & FosDuring the year that Piealdent Pax- - Pacific Railway, at Topeka. or to W. F. mErAIlED BY ter's. ton has had charge of the school, he has White, General Passenger Agent Atchison, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. & Santa Fe Railroad, Topeka, For Rent. A suite of rooms in the steadily grown in the estimation of the pat- Topeka Sold by all Druggists. building. rons and of the public. Coming late and Kansas. This will afford an opportunity to Farrls t Rimcey taking It under the disadvantages that he all to visit the garden spot of the West at Proctor Knott is the best, ask those did, his succok has been remarkable, and exceedingly low rates. Teachers and oth"GOOD ENOCGlx who have tried it. Metcalf A Foster. Lamps arc firmly established himself as a fine ers attending the National Educational ho has filled direct by instructor and n man of superior executive Association Meeting, held at Topeka, July Saddlery and Harness positively at sjb saaaji IsSEi THE PDMP ability. The Trustees were fortunate in ss- - 9.h to 16th, by this arrangement will be prime cost. Metcalf & Foster. enabled to do so at half faro. As these rates Without Lift-In- g curing him and they are more than pleased Go to A. A. Warren for repairs for with their contract. On the retirement of will be open to the public, no teacher's the Can, Champion Reapers and Mowers. thefllllnstabo Mrs. S. C. Truebeart, who had given the certificate will be necessary in order 19 obtain the benefit of the reduced rate. Thro adjusting to Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses of all institution n name and fame in many States, Sleeping Cars run from New York by the aaSHTikf jp rBBBBBsn suit holghth who feared that its replthere were those A. A. Wairen's Model Grocery, kfnds at WasL-Ingtof nny Lamp. ication would be lost, but such fears were Erie Railway, from Baltimore and by (he B. & O. R. R. and from Co! This Is thn Bio lot of extras for the Walter A. Wood groundless and the pronpect is favorable for I, M. it rising oven higher in deserved estima- umhus by tbo Midland Route to St. Louis most practical harvesting machines on hand, FAMILY CAN Brace. tion. Mr. Paxton is determined that it via this line. It should be remembered ever offered to shall and with his ability to make 'it, he that tbe O. &M. is tbe only line forming a Oils for Mowers, Reapers and other through car route in connection with these tho public & combines an In defatigableonergy and indusharvesting machinery at McRoberts efforts with suc- lines by way of Cincinnati, and those who try, that must crown his Stsgg's. 11 .in cess, During tho session he has been very wish to visit the "Queen City" en route G. D. Weaken wants to trade a Jersey ably assisted in his labors by a faculty con- should procure their tickets via the O. & carriage sisting of Miss Mary Tapscott, of Virgin- M. Ry. Cincinnati with its Art Museum, EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVEOHE. milk cow or a good second-hanMANUSAOTUMO IV for n good, gentle family horse. ia, Misses Annie Spencer and Ida Frew-Itt- , Music Hall and other objects of interest, and its incomparable suburbs, is well worth of Kentucky, and Prof. Abner Rogers, The express trains on this division of the 03eTXO. of this place. In addition to these he will a visit. L. A N. now carry both the Mann nnd No Dropping Oil on the Floor or Table; No Prof. J. D. Pickett, Superintendent of Faucot to Leak or pet knocked open to waste have three others next session to take Pullman deeping cars. Corks to chargo respectively of tho Modern Lan- Public Instruction, recently said to a Cou-ri- tr' Contents or cause Explosions. No No Leak Lose. Closes Perfectly Atr TlRhU The negro, Jim Helm, was held in the guages, Muslo and Art. The session will Journal correspondent: "I am not an ago No Evaporation Absolutely Bafe. . A Universal Household Nooosslty. sum o! SoO for shooting Jim itilie, It was commence promptly on the 1st of Septem- advocate of the Blair Educational bill. I , UV3ST3D S3E3B gJiTTTTifC, Twe hope to neo the fullest enrollproved that tbe shot was accidental ber, when known here. think it unsound in theory and dangerous ment ever For tale In Stanford, aty., by but resulted almost from criminal carein practice. We are prone too much alf METOALF& FOSTER. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. acted as proselessness. Hon. T. P. Hill, Jr., Ml ready to rely on the general government for cuting attorney. For Sale. 1 21 inch cylinder New our local needs. We should restrain in f) hti uken Ik tk salts c( thai cists 4 Lusk will Model Vibrating Thresher and Separator, stead of concentrating the power at WashProhibition. Hon. Aler, (1rt B rtmcitit. int hssmuKu 10 1 uaTS.I s'nioti usltciul address the cltliens at Crab Orchard to- - and 8 horso mounted Carey Power. Above Is ington City. Besides, I think tbe bill is Uun. ukos. 'tr.rav Tint, Nt LM fit Sir lour,, v night; Highland June good as new, having run hut one season; clearly n scheme to maintain a high tariff, ' night and flbwwon tht U'i cost over six hundred dollars, will sell for and I can't justify a present benediction for vtylta 21 and 22; New Waynesburg, 23 and 21; nut irtiuUicmJ nex mw I Itjjj Cuxt-t- l Ct. sruoutr us leaning For the schools for a future injury to good McKinr.ay, 25 and 20; HuBtonville, 23 and half price to close an account. CJro- -Vft", M.5TW3 J "i'd thMhrlft ard general welfare June 30 and July 1, further information apply to J, 13. Vowels, 9; McCormlck I r i iitfci.1 people." Ky. Mt. Vernon, of the Speaking at 8 r. M in eich cue. rd .. Hon. Milton J. Durham, First Can (roller of the Treasury, wis married in Washington yeslerdar to Mrs. Carter, the granddaughter of the Uto Gov. Ijtchor, of From n.r firm, during tbn put tprlng, tcrersl head of FAT STOCK JH.U8 and last week n Kentucky. large fat Sow. ucsr pigging, bfae Is Hon. W. T. Tevls, accompaoieJ by his and sandy color; nwk n smooth cropwbUe, ofblack on lei: best man, Mr. John B, Walker, left last tar, with looUr cut off. the mark of them all li same, If not altered. I will pay a liberal the Monday for Hawmllio, Hancock county, for the recorry of any of thtm andn hcary rewa-- d for proot that con t lets lliethlef or thlerei. whore he will be united In mtrrloge toIS3-JI. FntidXIi. Thursday, to Miss Leila Bush, a morrow, reigning belle of that aectlon. Tne malch was made during the late notion of tho Legislature, when Mis Bush was a visitor A Good U'afilicr and Ironcr ! at the State Capital- .- Richmond Herald. MONITOR OIL STOVE GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY J SAFE! W. Cth St. B. ,. JaSBF3MPI!P THOS. r WHBilumip fiAjj X9' .v.,vM,niu AGENTS MaMBSii&ifSi$ WANTED sMMlW saHawV I S P!HrBaaLliHa1iUlUV' 1 1f qLRClaW.? Rooking for wliolo Family 5c, a da? itino1 olP by ny "anlwarp Dealer In your uoiur ii.u3iraietn.ircujar. f i mi s "if W li D.B.BAYLESS&CO. 181, 183, 185 rnEVEBXWHERE li 187 CINCINNATI, O. JOHN rnSTKR. DRIPPING METCAI.F. Go to J. T. IffarriM WmimM & -- Foster, Specialty. ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. AND- PIANOS! Low Prices a, Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All of our Sugr was bought before the advance and can be so'd at the same old price. Our Hardware, Embracing Everything, . our store with bur., ft,, ,.,.. . . -- .uu, ira sou excellent, vineso goods are bought from first hn,t. ,Dd we competition In prices. We only ask you to call and examine goods. Is very cheap. j We bare recently refitted World-renoTfiic- brr oil. d"' dtm-ocrit- METCALF WEAKEN fc ITOSST?JEJE lire-Reci- post-offic- e. n. y, & MENEFEE. lSJ-ly- Dealers In all klndaof Wed-nemla- y. PUBLIC SALE Favminglmplements and Mnchin cry, nfJfjHHdvlJ9jL L bBXosSTFTX s W&m Bossiest Qassiasss STJKREYS,- - td $1,-00- Ague Cure I AYER'S Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Grain, Wool, Seetla, Feed, Coal, fiUitiber, Eic. nin wmwf nrixaas m- PHARMACISTS, - MWlislor lRs!.LP!ctM(W I Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded, Also a Z2af"pK! JEWELERS. Tho Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and Silverware Erer bongbt to tbls market Prices Lower than tbe Lowest Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on abort notice and Warranted. THE m KENTUCKY I "HlneGrass Itonto." CENTRAL Fast Line Batwecn BIATMVIXI.B ItrtANCH. R Noam-Bouit- H). 51, Ho: Dally Dally Ex. Suo. Ex. Boa. 15 a m 40 a m 01 a in 48 a ta 10 80 a m 8 8 9 9 or on Shortest and Qniokest Eonto from Oei tral Kentucky to all Points North, Hast, West and Southwest. Lto CoTlngten... " Loxlngtoa... ' Paris... Arr MUlersburg . 725 a m " , " Johnson Carlisle MaysTllle... 2 4 8 5 6 6 7 LEXINGTON Bouth-Bouh- & CINCINNATI Mo. 4 pm pm pm pm 56 pm 40 pm 00 25 20 41 08 pa Schedule- - In Effect May 16, 1SJG. BODTH-BOPH- Dally Dally Ex. 8un. Ex. Bun 65 a m 12 55 p m 87 a m i s pm 25 a m 2 23 pm 40 a m 2 60pm 10a m 3 15 pm 9 05 a m 6 10 pm 11 80 a m i oo pm 5 6 7 7 8 No. ti No. 64 Uo.t, Ex. Bun. Uo.li Ex. Ban. 2 3 4 Daily FAMILY OIL CAN. d Lto. CoTlngton.... " Faltnouth " Oyntbtana... , Air. Paris. 11 Lexington...., Lye. Paris. An. Winchester. 11 Richmond.... Lancaster .... Stanford S 10 am 8 10 pm 9 40 am 9 24 pm 10 45 a m 10 IS pm 11 35 a m 10 40nm 13 10 pm It 17 pm 11 to 12 30 Lto. Blcbmond.. Arr. Berea " LlTlngston., t.t. HOKTH-BOUH- 127-t- Ltb. Llrlngston . litres Arr. Richmond . 11 Lancutcr ., Arr. Richmond.. Lye. Richmond Arr. Winchester., Arr Farls Lvo. Lexington Ltb Paris 11 , ,flOtta jWl Hf-J- r tt tJ Lt. Rowland ... p m 8 05 p m am dally except Sunday. 7 15 pn-Direct conn ctlonsare made at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling; Ashland, Uuntington, Charleston, W. Vs., and Eastern cit..... .. ies. Line.- - Km. 8 and 4 run Tla Winchester, Fast Bolld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betweea S 45am Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washlngtop, D. O. Through ilcknta and baggage checked to any No. 1 No. 11 NO. 8 destination reached by railroad. For full particulars, call on any agent of the compsnr, or 8 00 am D. A.FEELEY, 8.F. MORSE, 10 21 am Oen.Pasa. Agent. TTar. Paa. Agent, 11 45 a m CoTlngton. K.T. Lexington, K.J 7 20 ami .. H. E. HUNT1NOTON' Recelrer. 8 11 ami General Ufflces, Corlngton, Ky. l oo 6 07 6 00 pm '1 00 p m 8 20 p ml am 10 pm U pm pm 45 20 pa Note. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Winpm 022 pm chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains 5 6 10 Carllsl 11 Mlllersburg. 00 pm Parlr S3 pm Arr " Lexington SSp m " CiTlngton ... 15 pm Lto MsjsTllle..... " Jonnstn I It 00 am 10 p ml 6 05 2 10 d ml 7 00 8 20pm 1 , 800am 25 a m 2 45 pm 20 a m 3 40 pm 55 a in 4 17pm 03 a ci 5 18 pm 30a m C 45 pm am am 'i'l Falmouth . Arr. Corlngton .. Cyntbtana. p m s so p m 2 45 7 8 8 69 p m 8 4 17pm 10 8 00 p m II STANFORD, KY. OBco South side Main fltrsst, twn doors abcTf tho Myeis Hotel: Pure Nitrous Oxlds Oas adialrJiteraJ w&e quired. r- 8XJRGEOXV DJ3NTI8T, JScmi-tBHceUnSnlt- nor loams! D&CU3SED IN CITY CLUD3, CURIOUS CEMETERY. avSaaVtfaaaaaaaaaraBaBaBavflvi A VISIT JOHNNY APPLESKED." THE QUAINT PIONEER WHO PLANTED ORCHARDS IN OHIO. A Striking; nnd 1Vho AVai Mot Intf re.tlnu Character the Kurllest Ciliortour North of tlio Olilo Itlvoi Aiiocdutca of ho Old Mini. Ono of the miut striking and iu fact in (creating pioneer characters of lsX) was Jonathan Chapman, a man who, owing to liia odd occupation, wa gonorally known as "Johnny ApploeoJ " Ho made his first in western Pennsylvania, coming from ISoiton, Mas, lie jxaeod a stroag jiassloii for raising und cultivating apple trcoi fiom the soed, claiming that that was tho only proper way to plant an orchard. In tha spring of 1UI Chapman made bU way to Ohio, at which tliuo ho nppoarod on tho Lordcrs of Licking creek (in what is now known a Licking county), with a borso-loo- d of apple SfOilt, which ho planted in various places oa and about tho banks of that sticauL Tuuiu is no uuiutiun; iic-uuof his movements during tho live succeeding years, although ha was undoubtedly following the same strango vocation. liarly in the spring of lsiM a pioneer settler of Jotrerson county noticod a peculiar craft with a curiom cargo and a remarkable occupant moving down the Ohio river with tho current. It was "Johnny Appleseod," (by which naniu Chapman was known from 1&0J until tho ttmeoi his death, which occurred in lsli,j in every log cauiu from tho Ohio river to the great lakes on the north md as far west as the present eastorn boundary of Indiana, with two canoos 'lashed together, transporting a load of seeds to the then western frontiers for the purpose of planting them on the most remotest verge of white bettlements. Si.ATlEltl.NO THE KJIUIT SEED. In following his favorlto pursuit he always kept on tho outskirts of the settlements; cleaning spots in the loamy lands on the banks of streams, whoio he would plant 'hi seeds, place a slight Inclosuro around tho ground, and then leavo the plaoe until the trees had Locarno sutllciontly largo to be transplanted. Settlors began to liooic iu and open clearings. To thoso who wanted an orchard on their places, "Johnny" would furnish young trees. lie had no idea of making any money out of his occupation, generally giving the trees away or selling them for a tritio, such as an old coat or any artlclo of which ho could make some uso. In this way ho proceeded for years until tho country was iu a measuro settled and Nipplied with apple tress. Chapman's iwrsonal aupearancj was as sU'uirg as hit character. lie was a small iaau, ijui k nnl restless In his motions; his oyes were u...ik and sparkled with a peculiar brightness, wu.u his hall and beard wcro long and dark, lie never shaved and lived the roughest life, often slooplng in the woods In preference to accepting tho hospitality of a sottler. Ills clothing was old and ragged, Lelng generally given him lu exchange lor np;b trees. He invariably went barefooted, uud frequently traveled miles through tho snow that way. Only onco was ho over known to wear foot covering of any kind. A sattler, who happened to own a pair shoes that wero too small for Ills own uso, forced them upon "Johnny," who reluctantly put them on. The next day a barefooted family "Johnny" ovorto.-moving westward, and as they appeared to bo in greater neeed of footwear than ho was he gavojheui the sho:s. He.was a follower of Swdenborg, took no thought of the morrow and led a moral, blameless Ufa It was his custom to circulate Swedenborglan works wherever he went, and if short of them would tear a book into parts, tno or threo ditferent part giving each to persons. ho supplied Iu that way a neighborhood with a religious literature, although those to whom he gave the latter jwrt of the book to read first, must have lound it dilllcult to comprehend tin author. Ho was very careful not to injure any ani-juand thought hunting morally wrong. Among the settlers be was always welcome, and bo was treated with great kindness even by the Indians, who legarded him a? a "great inediclue niau." VEIIV PECULIAR AND ECCENTRIC Whether or Not tlio Lnillot Sliall Us Gmnlcd Admission Tho Soroilt. Another subject often discufisod in club circles in View of tho more llbeml viows that are prevailing in club regulations, and especially sinco tho ladles1 days nro becoming so popular, is tha admission of ladiej boar-in- g cards pro pared for the purpose from members during the day hours, or, say, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. It is tho custom iu tho clubs that have adopted tho course to admit tho ladies during tho hours named to nnd tho parlors, library and dining-room- , they have tho privilege of membership in ordinary refreshments, tho samo boing charged to tho account of the member introducing them if not paid for on tho spot or As they do not invade tho billiard-room- , tho fair visitors the bar, or the card-loodo not interfere with any of the members who desiro to smoko or enjoy what thoy nro pleased to term tho prerogatives of club life. The Union Lcauge and the Lotos have boon notod for frequently entertaining tho ladies during tho soason at art receptions, but nono of tho clubs iu this city havo accorded them tha privileges described nnd which aro extondod by somo of the lending clubs in Iloston, Brooklyn, Philadelphia aud Cincinnati In London tho Rusell and one or two othor clubs admit ladies, but tho system is not popular, but "quite coutrary, you know" to tho sovero English realization of the spirit and theory of club life. The Hamilton club, m "Brooklyn, gives tho ladlos a separate entrance. The yueen City club, in Cincinnati, reserve i tablas for thsm in tho restaurant, There was an effort not long sinco to establish a ladles club in this city which would bo an oxclusivo resort for the mombcrs during the day, w hero they could obtain a light meal, iliid tho papers most interesting to thorn,. write lotters, and receivo each othor, but a failure to agieo on the general plan resulted in a general disagreement among tho promoters nnd tho tlnal abandonment of tho idea, for tho present, at allovenU. It is variously whispered that somo of tha ladles wanted to insist that gentlemen should bo admitted into tho reception room If ono should happen to call on a member or to await her coming, whllo tho originating idea was that the othor sex should not bo allowod to know anything albut tho club, much loss bo entitled to pass its sacred portals. Tho original idea of this ladies' club was more to provldo a resort for the convenience of tho members whllo out shopping or calling, enabling thorn to got n light meal thero, or go over tha dlroctory, or to writo a note, than any spwial social center or objoct. Prdbably tho most successful nnd representative social organization of ladlos is the Porosis, which soems to flourish with ago, and which from a very humbln beginning r, has assumed importance. The iSorosis, is merely n eriodical dining club, after alL Tho Pot Luck, whiuh emulates the Sorosis, but coes farther aud invites gentlemen to its annual dinner and inclines to lovity rather than the philosophic discussion carried on bv tho giavo and digni fied Horosis, has sovoral Imitators, but none which have achieved Its promlneuca. New York Times. how-ovo- TO THE BURIAL PLACE THE CAPUCHIN MONKS. OF HsW WLMt W rM Ifc " ' I -- TW MH- - LT The Ghantly Mural Decorations of the Charnel-IIous- e Curious Scones lu tho Dlnily-Llchte- a Chamber of tho Dosil A Very ltnre Kxperlcncc. Somo things are done iu Rome in n way would seem strango enough to tho good people of other countries. Lot mo glvo you an instance At tho eud of tho Vis Capuc-clstands tho littlo old church of tho Capuchin monks, a church of plain oxtcrior, ((ROYAL s$'rmTrjVS FIJWljl grfO at ' ftECONI This floe combined stallion will make Shelby Cltjr, in my itatile, Knob Uncoln county, on the Shelby City Lick turnpike road, at thtiea-onoflSM- JE WEIi ! IV1ACK1NAC- nur Summer Tours. anl Palaoo Stoamors. Toor Tripe pir Wttk Bttirttn that $15 tlio Season or $20 to Insure a (Jolt, Pealree:-econ- il Jswel li a blood with b'sek maooand tall, IS handa 3 tnchet blgh, with fine style and action. llolidTcarsoM this 8prlni, was sired uy 1iwli Cunningham a tho ,ewir, holy asm fainoui old Waihlngton DenMinnie, bjr McUojald'i mark, rint on 2d dam br Wells' ausader; 3d dam by of Daiy Crorkctt; sth dam by a valnable old nd. die mare, pedigree unknown. Mr. Old illnnle, dam of Second Jowel, waa premium alinal, from coll to an aged mare, becond Jew times and wore the el hai been abown twenty-fou- r teJ only twice. lick tie twenty-twHe made ten snows Ian season at Daoilllo, Lexington an! Klrksrlllo, Itlchmond and wurvtenbluorlbboni. . will be furnish mires at reaonalle rates. Parting with maroa forfelU the luiurance. on all colta until acrrlce ebargo are tttnretalncd Low Rates. nt lari Doecrl ptlon and DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Bklgnae. Chtboyean, Alpena, Hrr)rtUl. Oiaoda, Dand lloh. Port Huron, Gl. Clair, Oaklana Uouie, tltnne City. Hero is tho colebratod St Mlclmol by Quido, n ilguro known in ovory Christian land by tho aid of engraving and photography. Rut it is not of St Michael that I wish to tell you, it Is of tho good brethren of tho Capuchin order, that now aro with tho saints, wo trust Undor this church is their burial place, nnd their place of rosurroction, too a tetniornry resurrection before the tlnal ono. To soo that this is properly dono Is tho duty of tho living members, not merely their burying but their rising again, to bo clad in their monkish garb and placed in (ho niche to which thoy nro entitled according to dato and regularly oitablUhod order. When in the church go to the corner near tho grout nltar and by a high railing that shuts you from tho dimly-lighte- d side chapels, you wlllscoa pull It Not always n safe thing to do, but horo entirely so. Soon will appear behind tho railing u old gentleman-lit- tle black cap llko a bowl, fitting tightly to tho back of bis head, fool in sandals, all tho rest or mm enshrouded in a uingy brown-a- sk to sco tho cemetery of the brethren and ho will bid you mon him at a side basement door outsldo of tho church; here, after waiting a few minutes, you will hoar tbo key rattling with the dust of ages; the door opens, tho monk steps aside and you pass in and down a littlo narrow stairway into a long corridor, from which opons a series of rooms. These rooms nro ttnall burial plats. left-han- d bell-ropuuull-coloro- d but rich within with marbles and paintiugs. Hal-ovr- o; nil Irtry Wtik Day Bitwwra DETROIT AND CLEVELAND BHf&JJitt1 ll.UIrna -- tltnes-delea- C. D. WHITCOMD, Qtn'l Pttt. Agtnt. Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co. Bpcalal Banday Tripa daring July sd Aagutt. OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Xates and Creurtlan Tlektta wtll be furslabed by your llokal Ag tnt, or addieaa 0ETR0IT, MICH. Absolutely Piwg, r I will alsi lUnd at thi 1 ain sUblsa tha fins J ack MYERS HOTEL. aavaal 4 ThUt powdemsYtr Tarlet. a tnarrrl ol purity, Moro ecouomlcal strength stnl wlioltwucueti. At fi.StolntureallTO colt, money due when the thin the culinary klrnli, nnd cu not be sold rolilihalcdor wire parted with, lllark Hawk toinpctlton with the multitude of loir test .short la a coal black C jiariodthls Spring, It bands 3 weight a'uui or iUoipUt powilxn. Soldanly la .... 1.1..W 11. m.i .I.m1 liv Pl.lwlli nunif nun 11111. i " " v HorxLllim.MU 1'owdkb O. cam. br Robert son's ulck Hawk,.. he br Velocipede, lla.MI.Atli III. dam was ICC Wall (Street, New York. dam was railed by, hTMtleall'sIlUck Hank; :d UUIr Maiwetl and was an Imported Jck. I07-C. X. tiAMHiHSK. Hhelbf nty, Ky. BLACK HAWK! b E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr ... " .. ,":" Thi8 Old and Woll - Known Ayer's U Hotol Still Maintaina Ito High Roputatlon, AND Xtf CherryPectoral -- FBLT. IIUOTHKKS. tTjaHaM-w THE OHASTLY MUHAL DEC0HATI0.V3. Chapman was peculiar aud eccentric In the extreme, as the few anecdotes vhlch i On one cool give below will .Illustrate autumnal night, while lying by his camp-flr- u in tho woods, he ob erved that tho mosquitoes flew in the blaze and were burned. "Johnny," who word on his head a tin utensil which answered both as a cap and a mush pot, tilled it w itu water and quenched the tiro, and then remarked, "God forbid that I should build a lire for my comfort that should bo tho means of destroying any of Ills creatures." Another time ho mado at tho e.id of a hollow log, in his camp-tirA Story of the Arctic I'xplorert. which he intended to pass tho night, but Lieut Orooly, United States navy, of Hading it occupied by a bear and her cubs, lie removed his fire to the other end and Arctic famo, is oxtroracly pious and prayerful. Lieut Ray, United Statos navy, anfelopt on the snow in k the open air rather other uotud explorer, Is quito the reverse. J ban disturb tha bear. Ho wai ono mornThey roceutly met at Washington, and fell ing in a prairlo and was bitten by an rattle-snakSome time after a friend inquired to discussing their experiences in the North about the matter. ''Johnny' drow a long sc.v "I suppose," said liny to Oroely, "that sigh and replied; "Poor fellow! h3 only you kej-- t up u steady stream of prayer just touched mo, when I, in an ungodly through nil those torribb days. You in tho olflcecy of prayerj" "Indeed I passion, put tho heel of my scythe on him and went home. Some time after I went for da Every moment of the day I found iny scythe, and there lay the poor fellow strength aud consolation lu bending up dead." An ltiiiereut preacher wai holding prayers to heaven." "Well," roplied Kay, iorth on the public square iu the present "I swore llko a trooper the wholo time I was city of Mansfield, and during tho courso of fn tho north. I damned the cold, tho ice, f, the food, tho government, my men and Ills remark-- exclaimed. "Where is the and brought tho whole of my party Christian traveling to heaven V of "Johnny," whj was lying on his back on home allvo, while you lost tamo timter, taking the question in its yours. Can you explain thlsf' New Orliteral sense, raised bis bare foct in the air leans Times Democrat And vociferated, "Hero he is." The Ileardlosi Man of the Puturr. years after his .In ltfcfc thlrt-so'.eDr. Howard says that in a thousand yoars at Licking creek "Johnny" that civillvatlon and wealth wero all white inon will be bald, but it is moro fust transforming the wilderness of Ohio probable that they will be beardless, llko into a densely populated state. Churches Chinamen. Chlncso chronicles speak of a Mure making their appearance, and the time when a bushy beard was tho pride of a sUge-dmcr'-s horn broke the silence of tho mandarin, and the traditional portraits of t just in Confucius represent him with an enormous oroits, i.nd as he had always odvonco 6f tho wave of settlanout, ho felt goatee, liut that bushincss diminished with that bis work was done in this region in the vital energy of tho nation, and now good which ho had labored so long, lie visited boards are found only in Corca nnd Yunall the houses of the settlers, took a solemn nan. Tlio forefathers of the tamo Lonilardy farewell of every family, and turned his peasants derived their uamo (Longobards; from their looaino boards, and tho Emperor Mop further west, agalu to pursue his o cfulrlo vocation. In tho summer of 1847, Rudolph had iu his suito a Chevalier Rau-bowboH forked beard trailed on the at ths close of a warm day, niter traveling ' twenty mllos, Lo entered the house of n, set- - ground on both sides of his foot Tho Long-obarof tliA present ago are the Armenian tier iu Allen county, Indiana, and was, ds ' muni, warmly welcomed. Declining othor highlanders; noxt the Persians and oastorn ncrommodation, he lay down on tho iloor Turks. Dr. Felix L. Oswald. for the night In the morning ho was dead, Tho I.urcst HliuUa Kvor Seen. oud thus ended the minion of a man who j waa both a benefactor aud a hero. Chap-- i The largest authenti ated nake ever seen ma Is undoubtedly entitlod to the famo of was an anaconda, which had swallowod a lulpg tho earliest colporteur on the front- - horse. His length was forty feet, and after ho was indisposed, ford of Ohio. Columbus Cor. Cleveland his feast of lunch-takinAlalnJualor. nd was captured by a naturalist who vvw hunting specimens in the Amazon valloy. Itcinliidstl oftlio Anierlctu Kagte. I say, wafrorT shouted tho impatient i:sierliiinntliie with Mineral Wax. gentleman, "do y6u know that you remind Michigan parties uro experimenting with one of the millennium, you're such a long mineral wax from Utah mint. It is claimed ttae comiug." "I Leg your pardon, sir," to bo tho bet inuteiiiil for insulating wires replied the polite attendant, "but you also ) yet discovered. remind me of something the Amcri-caeagle such a disUuce bet woo n tips, yot. I CiTAItilU ,UU t.Kivniiuui ana tirett brcitu know." Tho matter was straightway set- tfcured bv Bblloli' Catarrh Uetnedr. Price SOc tle by arbitration Chicago Tribune, ,NmI lojeetor free. Per tale by M I. liuurco. Globo-Domocre, be-iebare-fooUd my-nelnino-tenths n I r, to-wi-t: p Tho Causes of lrlinury I)ieplu. Tho saliva, gastric and pancreatic juicos and bilo aro produced in very large quantities, sovcral pints of each dally. Of course, thor must be mado from tho blood, and, being continually absorbed, tho samo fluid is usod over and over again after each portion has dono its appropriate work. Therefore, it is impossible for tbeso necessary se crot.ons to bo made unlois there U an abundant supply of blood to the organs thus employed. Anything that interferes with tho blood supply will caues dyspepsia. If the blood itself is thin and poor in quality, everything made from it must bo correspondingly defective. In this way, then, a poor, lnsuQicient diet, largo losses of blood, profuse discharges (as iu consumption, otc.), tho effects of such poisons as that of malaria, lead, mercury and of "specific diseases," act as causes of dyspepsia. Prolonged mental work, with sedentary habits, lack of bodily oxorcio, and of fresh air and sunlight, by directing tho blood to tho brain, loosen the amount sent to tho digestive organs and cause dyspopsla. Kxcessivo anxiety, grief, worry or any absorbing emotion acts in tho same way. Fatigue of tho muscles by manual labor, if too prolonged or oxccs3ivo ojercise in amount, produces similar results. Diseases of the heart or lungs, which seriously interfere w 1th tho passage of tho blood through the lungs and the taking up tboro of the vitally esicntlal oxygen of the air, produce dyspopsla iu another way. The blood is prevented from leaving the dlgestivo organs; tho latter, instead of producing a natural secretion, pour out a watery fluid that Is useless to far as acting upon tho food is concerned, and gravo digestive troubles follow, not because thoro is any "dlseaso of tho stomach," but iu consequence of n slowing of tho blood current, whhh must Lo very brisk if thoy aro to do their full duty. Cor Tho floor is soft brown earth nnd smooth as a floor; with rowrs of cypres trcos planted nt the head of tha many grave. All tho furniture and adornments of theso rooms aro made of human bones tones of Capuchins. Tho catidolabruu hanging in each room is from head, finger and arm Lcnes. Any one who has viiltod an arsenal will remember how sabers, bayonets, pistols, and the various implements of destruction aro woven into decorative wall designs, rosottes, stars and tho like. Let him but Imagine human bonos so usod and ho may call up a picture of tbo ghastly mural docorations of this strango placu, vrhero scarce a spaco on either wall or ceiln ing is not embossed with some tasteful constructed from tbo 3X)aad odd bonos that go to tbo making of our anatomy. Any ono who doubts tho picturesquo ond decora-tiv- o qualities latent in a human skeleton should visit the cemetery of tho Capuchins. Every alcovo or ulcho, and thero aro o many, is o cupied by tho skeleton of a dopartod Capuchin, drossod in tbo garb of tho order, their cowls falling forward ovbr the grim skulL The clToct is height onod by scraps of hair and board stilt clinging to the skull and jaws. Tho order of promotion, or rotation, is as folShould ono of tho brethren die, lows: the ground Lelng full, then tho ono who Las been tho longest timo in the ground is taken up and drossod, and the brother who is the oldest occupant of the niche has to give way for tho now comer, who takes his place in tho niche, the old ono Leing dismantled and his Loiws dUtributod among the thousands that go to tho wall building and decoration of the place. He has had his day, and has thus suddenly been merged in tho general whole. Many of the skeleton statues bold bctweon their bony fingers a card on which is written namo and date. Somo, it they state tho truth, have been so held for more than a C6iitury. Then rooms, while not altogether o cheerful, yet aro so grotes me and so iu their furniture and upholstery that the impression made is by uo means so awesome as one would suppose, aud, strango to say, thoro U uo charnel house odor to thorn. This Is explained by tho fact that the ground In which tbo monks lie buried is holy eai th brought from Jorusalem, and that it absorbs all the impurities that might otherwise provoofTensivu. If this bo really so there are other parts of Rome that should bo sprinkled with a littlo of it As you pass frojn these dimly-lightechamLens of death to tho light of day, a small coin dropped into the hand of the good brother at tho door will not be taken amiss, nor uio you likoly over to regret either tbo time or money given for so rare an experience. Rome Cor. Detroit Free Press. do-siglong-sincdoco-ratlvd Should bo kept constantly at hand, for uso lu emergencies of the household. Many n mother, startled in tho night by tho ominous sounds of Croup, finds the littlo sufferer, with red and swollen face, gasping for nlr. In such cases Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral Is invaluable. Mrs. Emma Gcdncy, 109 West 123 St., Now York, writes: "Whllo In tho country, last wlutcr, my littlo boy, three years old, was taken 111 with Croup; it seemed rn if ho would die from strangulation. Ajcr's Cherry Pectoral wai tried in small and frequent doses, and, in less than half an hour, tho littlo pntlcut was breathing easily. The doctor said that tho Pectoral saved my darling's life." Mrs. Clias. II. Landon, Guilford, Coun., writes; "Ajer's Cherry Pectoral SSfex Silver King ttt rcborrsol 18 ?ifP,riotSr Determined tht it Shrill be Second to no Country Hotel in the 8tnte in iti Fare, Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneiti. wlllbaeoifsytdta sad from the di to Conmerrlal Trarelera. Tbe Ilsr will slnays sapnlled with the tbolceit OrandiofLlgaoriand Ckfart. UMcage Silt Edge Hired by HubbU'a Denmark, known at Oa Time. Kltntdim Mollle MountK by Cabbie's Lexington, 2d dam br Young America, be by Taylor's Mc rg;i; Si dam by Miller's Denmark, which gUrt in Hit uwil, him 4 th dam by Jim ltll, oceof lh day; Sth dam a noted tiaddle uare brought bit frmn Vlriinla. pedigree unknown. They wilt make the rann of ISM at J H far-r- l, one mile from ritanlord ob the Huiton?lll Abdallah Gloncoo theHuitontlll ani Lth VjiT V My turnpike. Abdallih Hlenco It by Jo Kluio, No. suo; trial 2 27 oM2 40, aii.l L.ll brother Kj .aawwA ".. damMatlle.M. Rita. faTatfUsn and.r-.AIdaU- ! pllr. Ullt IUIe(adtrk brown, yoara old this Spring and will Hand at hands high, 4 The noted breeder. wt make the eeaton ot ISfC at mv atil.l ny outh of lluilooillle. 03 .li. $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Hllver Kin will lw limited to IS uurei, at Ibe u me rate. Hell 3 yean old this Spring, ! a heautlfut bay, IS bandil Inches high Will alio lUivl at lameptaroa floe Jack, loi'l. !" B., record 2 . J U fjr 19,000.) lleilew 1 ,, STEVE "WALKER, to Inturo colt, money due at weaning time. Htlia brown Jack with white polnti.S years old by Alkln't In June, IS narxli high. He wai lHrrg William and be by King Phillip; hla flnt lilack astln Jennet, abe slrtd by Philtlitn lip and be by Kin 1'nllllp. till tpoonl dam by More Cattle Tn MoreCtnleJick lialargegrry At .! by Willi, .1 "tiennj, S.J Saved My Life, ami also tho life of my little fon. As lie is troubled with Croup, I daro not bo Guppfr lV)ttm; IIliivip,! fa L tiS tH. 2s. I.ycuntat imctr, FlgVerFlnt ity n . . by ... triat- diiru Mlncrfi I)unrai br I in in . . . 1. 1 1 r.jTr !w 2,i. " U. tlrl without this remedy iu the house." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Man., writes; "My children havo repeatedly taken Ajer's Cherry Tcctoral for Coughs nnd Croup. It gives immediate relief, followed by cure." Mrs. Mary 11. Kraut, Scranton, Pa., writes : "I have two lltttc boys, both of whom have been, from infancy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. Aboil six mouths ago wo began utlug Avei's Cherry Pectoral, and it acts like a charm. In a few minutes after the child tnkct it, be breathes easily and rets well. Kvcry mother ought to know what a bloilng I have found In Ajer's Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. "VVm. C. Rold,Frechotd,N. J., writes : "In, our family, Aycr's medicines have been blessings for many years. In cases of Colds and Coughs, wc tako no-t- f j. r.. aj a. WHO it. r.titiiiH. K&X. MHSfi. No.10; JoeMinp'tlttdam by Mambrloo Me.n-ge- r. Wl 111 D.'t dam by Slarbiht. by by Imp. I'lanaor AWallah colU aJ kind, One and large and god mofert, both In harnm anl under the laddie. I bar one of bit that with very little handling Lrolc. a lu 4) ef., alto another tbat waa at promlilng, butow. . . . Illff In BH Hi.Al.l.nl Umm . - m . .... dallah (.Iclco, although a natural raddl hone. ., . . 15, by Uyadylt llambfelonlan 1.... vf r.nwi ', with ilx weeks or two inentbi' bandllog, Hmnl byll I"ope. ef lloyle county Mr V ia;t far touW Jhow also call any time Call and 1 e my itork betorebreellogeiwwbere, and ae money, for b a IMIMIM btln. .1 ,1.. I... ..MklK. crow In ezlitrnce He It a Utnl'tul brown, IDS bandi blgb fgeldlng mttiure) bone and mtiKle at.d aiandi fur Ike imall turn of ,r Imlll full. ..,!.. -- .A ..' The aire ol trolten. rotdilera and more fine y and Kuleni honi than aay othr ittlllon In Kantucky. will make the iudd of 15S4 four rullas weit of Sliulord, dlrtly on the Knob Lick pike, and will, on arcnintof tbe depmtlon otcr ererytbtog, b pertut'lul tl terie uarea at the firit-cla- $10 the Season or S12 I 0 to Insure. will alto tland my finejack, MoELROY, H0I1 IJ hand 3 Inthri high lone anl at much ityle at a hone lie u a breilrr and wlllterr.Jenintiat iJO. tbrroof (oltt from JenaeU tbat do honor to any jack fall Marti parted with renders the mh.11 due. ThOM who nate traded mtret bre.1 Mt traton are reiulnde.1 that niy money It due and XDrcted. Care taken to prerent acldntt, but not reepon-ilbl- e thuuM any occur. wltn laaflnl-cluijackaflrat-cU- txtrmly AttOtolnture. On low 1 rice ol $12 tlic Season or $20 to Insure. Due rare taken accidents or eacapct, but will nut be le should any occur. Nobby It a Jet black Decrlptlon aud Pedigree 10 white itar In 1foreheil and twomane fwl,tall, bandi high, good, bony and hands Inch high, fine , excellent iboulder, leg. beautiful head and to l lla,.n (Iran furnlihcdat f per month Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and the inconvenience U soon forgotten." rnErAitED dy Pr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. ,IS-1- 1 k.n. vtnt'Kr.L ! Your Ha.r (hould be your crowning glory. Ajcr'j Hair Vigor will rcitoro tho ltality and color of youth to hair that has becomo thin nnd faded ; and, whero tho glands nro n 3t decayed or absorbed, will cause n new growth on bald bends. l"e youthful color and vigor TiK AfXix JL of the hair be procrved to old nee? Read the following, from Mrs. G. Norton, Somerville, Mass. : " I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for tlio past 30 years; nnd, although 1 am upwards of CO, my as lntlr Is Hi abundant and glossy when I was 23." assured, that a trial of m--iJ Vigor will convlnco Aycr'sofHair you Its powers. Mrs. M. E. GofT, Leadville, Col., writes: "Two years ago, my hair having almost entirely fallen out, I commenced y my the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. hair is "9 Inches loug, fine, strong, and healthy." Ilu "Hum llluuoini" Come. A correspondent asks the question: "What Is the cau:0 of redness and pimples on the nose " and rcoeivoj tho following nnswtr: "Judging from the liquor saloon headings of your note and tbo nom do plume you have chosen, it is fair to thut ill your case rum is tho cauo, aud medical men would call your diseaso dipsomania and tbo skin disease acno, while in common parlance it is called 'rum .' Tho explanation is very sliupla. Tho j, circulation is through two sets of blood arteries nnd veins, both obtaining their notivu power from tho hoart acting as a orco-- i uiup. Alcohol increases tho pulsations, aud as tho blood is suit from tho heart to tho extremities faster thun the veins can take it up und roturn it, congestion i oaults, and the noe, being a remote portion of the circulation, reddens uud nnully becomes diseased. Tnls, however, is not ditferent from other organs of the Lody,aIlaru congested and similarly by ulcoboi. The best remedy is to discontinue the alcohol, and stlmulato the absorption of tbo b'lood by the frequent application of cloths wrung out of hot water." American Analyst . ' pro-tuibios-brillsves-'l'Idts-eas- nyr a tiettrr dlipoiltlon, and there obby I; be Inystlably Imparl lo hl progeny rrcoid iI0'4. and told Will make tha aeaton of tbealra ot of Nobby, handled Tery little One of bli I8. at my Urery Hialil. for 13.000, whn colli trotted latt teaion, with littlo training, In In Staoford, Ky., and will ! permltte.1 to nrre a 2 86. another lu 2 M and ou In 2 SI, and wai told tbe limited numbirol maieiat lorti.300. Uli aucklltir.1 wore the tin attwenHuitoaTlUeand DanTllle KalrtoTer rlngt of (Jar-rir- d coin. Nobby wataln; by ty ant twenty-fou- r SCHHUII. 815 Chief, the tire of lUill Dike, 3 2tHl Mara. W niMitk.n,...lM....... brlnolllrpy,2 314, lUd iTook. 2JS' bill Arp. ..hv ..Mr., .r, f .a M V fill- - r gj 2 31; OarrarlCblet by Mambrlno tblet, tire it dered. &v?r 10 Intur. Ijdy Thorn, 2IS',, WouJford Mambilno, 2 2I4, mare in fual.du when th. f.i-- i I. . Frank; Tint dam byHamble-tonla- c; itV- -j to luu an4othrainthe2JOIItt. ilflngcoli.dll when colt la 3d dam by Kyt-lyk- 't 2ddjm by Aratut; oaled. DanllUWllkeilt a beautiful mihogony-ba- y, 4th dam by Dlomcde. Nubby't dam itandlog i h.ndi high. of gre.t trolling ac mr ald to Im br Imn Tranbr tlon and haa trotied hit sj, qiurlen in tbail furfelt tbe Imurance 27 with little handling atuiiu In .and hat already t'ArUug with imict 4 year, Inalicatoiaiid a lien retained on all roltt until dlttlDgulihedbimielfai a breeder He It a countcHltocbarge Upall. For further inlormatlon, terpart of Alcyone, but a larger bono In etery ct C. I.. VttOH . and hit gait and blood lint alto tlmlltr and callontr address Or W. M.-- McArai,; ,lti"..,wlUJ'''nore ffom "' Kr" Wllkr. lanf.irJ. r. March. WC. that I'hllThompwn It. Hit flnt and only old that baa been haudled It Still. Vagen, named bttkand loin lu tact, faulllras tn aarminetry, and iliillou will ruirantee there doein't lire qualities of Danville Wilkes Jr, 1!J rK jj r'T.lw "2TiiP ....,.,,1 f.. ihn..ilii.l Vermont Hambletonian. Thli One ttaliion will imke the acaton ol I80 at my njiee, Ibnoiullcalrotn Utinforil on tbo HUntorJ A Ihyiillle pike, at to-d- ft t v To-da- Mtxlern Wlno tilunx. The Iuarll-itlFrom the manufacturer's point of viow aro good. no dcubt straW'SUnumed glai-.Their uso must give considerable impetus to trado; but it is tho only merit they have. It is dilllcult to coucolve anything more inartistic than one of our big modern glasses full of wlno, supported on a stem that the least shako will Lrenk, aud with nothing to protect the bowl from being pierced by its thin psde.taL Had the designer studied tbo fommtlou of a roso ho would havu soju how to avoid that radical mistake. Tho tall, narrow glases our fathers used for champagne were at ad events graceful, evu it Uiey were a littV dltl.cult to driuk out of; but our glntJ tucors stuck on spUics have nothing to recommend Uieia All the Year u Ayer's Hair Vigor, the hair regains Iti youthful color and ltallty. Rcr. II. P. Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C, writes: "I hare used Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. It is an excellent preservative." tlio uso of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., had Lis hair restored to its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, and very gray. Ho writes : " Only four bottles of '.ho Vigor wcro required to restore my hair to Its youthful color aud quantity." TTGTWP Aycr's Hair Vigor cures dU-&JLJM U" cases of tho scnlp. F. II. Foster, Princeton, 1ml., writes: "I had been troubled for years with a dNeaso of tho fcalp; my head was covered with dandruff, and the hair dry and harsh. Aycr's Hair Vigor gave mo Immediate relief, cleansed the scalp, nnd rendered the hair soft and pliable." RENEWED If thf'S'of jyT i U till trice him luriuer li.to the Ihoroughtreil Kort, the dam o Dantllle nfc""-- ' M kit, tint dam Meadkyby Waiy,2ddnmShe. tonvold Telisranli. 3 J1.1 I'nnk ih. 111 ilroofMedloy by Herthumo, Itt dam by Ston? Ho li IUl,sistwnliandihlgh, by William Welch, hy IVtrel.Sd dam Turn Hal. Oratt liyidyto iiamiiieuiiiiao; 111 uiiu "m uj York, taken to furnhhol at 12 per minlh. Due care by Hlm'i prTentarcldntt,but will not be reepun-ibl- e Vermont: 2d dam ISIaelc tbould anr occur. hire, by Imn. Vorkihlre; 3d Uai Little Kmllf by no-i- t 4lU lm I mllr Speed Wagner, by imp. H'agner; 8t,nfjrd. t. L.tiiUn, Sihilnm hr lArriilef! ftlhdam Slirylaiid r'buinlx; by (iiaodflTi-r- , 7th l'iii l 8tb dim by liannlhsl, Dili l.it.i by -- HiUy. by ow. el. (Seo EmllT pa d in ruie'a lud l!ok, Vol. li l.pan Nt Vermont INmb'etoidan, goo-- l a Ttry aetlon with flutilyle and bon Tim Combined Bullion aired WUHn Welch, wltn iirieatn rerorl ol 2J. of I'.ytdyko't llamble-Ioniaon Vermont being a grandwl tire llrlng, nnd Ollla Verthe ! mont combined, btcked by thorough IucmhI, ought tomaknauoottok hone. Foiled May S, I9S9. If a dark brown wllh tuitll I will alio stand at the tame place a flan jack, star; 16 handthlgb; extra heaer mane ainl tall, Imp. 'Vlctsw. aymmetrlcalio form, with tuperior aiyl., both In TUOH. It O III XHO.W lOStl harneitand uudertaddlo. He wai tired l,r dm nollaSuiupterDeniiitrk.be by Qoddard't ho by Ualoai A Cromwcll'a Denmark, be by the tho race horn Denmark, he by Imported Uedgofoid. lit dam by Mlller'a Den mark, ho by the race bono Denmark, lilt dam br FlorUel, 2d dam by Montgomerv'a OlUer, 3d dam Mgr,v Mu hy old Drennon. iireedeu will ttke notice tbat vfFMawsaatK'iSattktaUb. rrluce poetraaet moro Denmark blood than any JaWB'fafaBaHaMalsW. other italllon now In the itud, which nil honemen will acknowledge hat produce)! e and combined atotk than any other known In Kentucky, llu proven him-t- l an excellent breeder, Theiaddloaialllou, pt Indiana, and it a worthy namrtake ol royal bl o,1V",,1,8hl'h0lr6,lKltelote to240,blng handled by a colored boy. Like her tire, tha hat a lerel brad aud a good gait. Dantllle Wllkct It by Lylc's Oeo Wllket. damoi Daurllle Wllketby Kkedaddle, hkcdaddlo by Ollfer, Mdamoftfkedtddloby c, Mdim lrumpeter: Jddtm Aratut, 4tli dam Imp.HpreaJ fcaale.fltbdam Wild Heir, Sth I ellpte, and can Inhonorofonnofthriftlrett and brlghtett Jewelt Jr. $15 to " Insure a Mure yj-: T1I ""i"- Mack, foaled fam-lr..- Jf 1 rtn rT .., u,.,. r.. a. t. .xusxnt.ijnr, STALLI0NSP0R 1886. Iwld-gnl- lrlnce BeniHai'k Don-mar- k, CHAMPO ! flrtl-cla- w moreflrtt-clMiavldl- 1 -- WAI1I1ACE DENMARK. nTr Round. Too fltupld to Understand Shakespeare, fc'arah Ucrnhardt will begin her American tour In Sou Francisco next January. Hor engagement tikes her through Mexico Speaking of hor and South America. Hamlet, she says "tho French mosses are too innocent, too stupid, to appreciato Ttiey do not understand him, Shakespeare. but the cultivated French do appreciate him." Chicago Journal WHY WILL YOU ccugli wlUglreluuiedl-UereUt- Ayer's Hair Vigor, l'UEIMHED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer &, Co., Lowell, Mais., For sale by all Druggists. IT. S. Tho floe importel Norunn a allbn, will irako the tntil of tn0 4 0fl88Gat tho mlleifrim .1. M Wray. at ut "Pink Cutttgf," L. Fifioi'ii leollnrMfhe.SruHon, Champo lia gray, toluiuret Colt. 1,6M poundi dsrkis ifx weight anl th.iath ol May next Hell of fins stylo and action, gnod In tbe loins, veil ilbbed and large blf. with well itiapl binildtre; head ( W Hm w Or AtfJE ny. batidt blgli. years old " ' bl II-- . .'Ev; Tt.tt 1 twi'l .!- : Ttt i tioiiir. i.'imili ' oil. I "3.1" I iipiri-Smb. by well let on. A Co., t lllooiu'iirx'ri. Ill . Hept 14. U7M A WAUKFthO. iw wbca oulloli'i Tilei 10c, 9Cc audfj1 Cum OIK". 4.. tilnfUr"fSF viui'Mrirr ttaMf)tq u fariii;jm lu iitHlv 1X.I..U. LA If.... Ct ' Foiled May 1, 1873. la a rich mahogony bay, 1SJ handa high, heary mane and tall, it itrictly fine andf.ncy.ltboha nttural aud plearant laddler, brecdt lanoy, and a more uniform breeder of saddler can not bo'ound, bat produced a ting-l- o cJt but wiiat baa abown taJdle actiini It. g tlrg tbe blue-ti- e colt etory year In natural. tbe tad die, rlnge from thaoldeal to the youngest of hit ofliprliig. Ilu la hlgb-ta- ll style on loth tides 10 tho ttlrd generation, It backed up by thorough-brron both aldoi, making him Tery set I vu ami ' I .". " ,u,ul "u noun n rierrect model. ".,."' Waaaired by bumpier Denmark, ihi. tire of rrlncd leiinurk,(at uircn bIhvc) ,i (Jm 1,. 8lr Wallate. ho by To,lhunter'asr Wnll.c, he br Albert (thoroughbred) 2.1 dam br Vlrglnlus Br fdamofMrg.iiluiby Tranli, tboioiiahbreii) be by theceleb'aied Mason's Whin, idilim Whin mire. Th above hortea will male ih ........ ,.t n:.-.- .. inyfarm,34mlleifrpmUuitonr ll, near Carpen. ,nA ltl!!u "mI w" l? PTmlMcil to rorvu marca colt Mareacommlltod 10 my care and breeding wlllrrcelre my tKTtonal attention Urast at hum. t . be paid for dj ll . .'h., a k 1 th.remoial llBSm 01 marca. For isle by M. U licurtc. Ur'i i:iiill'--' t'l'iaiji-utu- I'lIU ' Vt.k..'i Ot all klrnW f"r a1n ti chean m '" !. Ml llM'c Jm ii' n4.1t i' " "'"e ''' "' uauiuhus unu.s. ' 8 the rery chiapctt. ',,,, J. lM,Iowllu niaretlorWtathe NTRKLD VA UVEXlEll. No retpontlbllltr lor 1 ' -- t33Pt;ft'.iil mktumtUii aW: -- mzmxxr- yjr vmnitiw1'