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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886070201 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. 0 Stems VOL. XIV. S5mi-32ttechlg3JnUr- & kin ntrrin STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1886. lS7-2- amfm il NO. 138. X0 MT SALEM, UHCOLh COUNTY. We have landed in the midst of strikes B. JIcCHi: AKY tbat we should miss her also from the fam! Hie Iron workers and the nnd striker. ily gathering wo are looking forward to. to Congress, subject Is a Candidate for Times and trade are dlul. Farmers to the action of the Democratic party. at Stanford on Mon I Dear James I'ax'on, tor I My early, life- cigar makers are just now on the rampsae croaking over ominued rainy weather. day,will sell at public auction day, July 8th, County Court rnttttahcd Titftlav ami Frltlnw long, steadfast friend and brother. How Last week the cooks and waiters struck, Juki returned from Carpenter's Creek, in KITESlIirtES HUSTO.VVIUK II ASK STOCK. -- AT II. U. TAYLOR, keenly we will feel bis absence! No better and we had quite a time, with many other Casoy t ountr Cirn is uettitu weedy thte. II. T. IIVHII. Or I.OOAN COUNTY, li a Candfdate or the office gg AKNUM, CASH. man ever lived In Lincoln county. And hungry ones, roaming around in search t.i If the rain continue, theie are gloomy ofSuperlntendtnt of Puhllc Instruction, aubjict to tbe Democratic BUto Convention. no one knew him better than his old pastor, a dinner. Happily the thing cured lt"-l- f DK. W. B. PENNY, It undentood U ws credit tbat 11.50 will be ex- who wriloi these few lines of loving re- in less than 21 bourn and the cooks gained apprehensions ct the fate of small grain, Miss Florence Richards has been empected and demanded. 8TANFORDD, KY. THOMAS Z. MORROW, membrance. It will be a visit full of sad the day. A city full can't afford to go hun ployed to teach the school in district No. LiiTmL Office on Lancaster street, next door to Iata-bio- r and employ ness to walk across fields from the Fink gry for long, while employers 12 x, 14 W. 1 R ctiards, after spending severJournal office. Office hoars from 8 to wbto Of Fuliskl In countj, la the Republican candidate for Judze tbe 8tb Judicial District. W. P. WALTON. Cottage to his well rerrembered homestead ees are squabbling. For a few hours I al month, at the Commercial College of u, and 1 to S P. v. Anesthetics administered jr. 164-- 1 necoaiarr. and fiud no welcome from him who ever think this strike wai a subject of profound Kentucky University, returned home a few WILL.IA9I IIERIVDON, made us happy visitors at his hospitable er general interest whilo it lasted than are days riricf, with a diploic and highest Ot Lancaster, li the Republican candidate for Comany other grievance in the whole honors of the institution. Mrs T. H. Colehearth and table. I often think over the volt upon monwealth's Attorney In tbe 8th Judicial Dismemorable past, nod wonder what I should calendar of human wrongs. What a touch man and two children returned to her Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Bind trict. Election August 2d. II w hom at Staiup'ug Ground a few days Praise t he Lord. God is Lots and Noth have done in those days of poverty nnd stone for weal or woe the stomach era and Reapers, is tin gi'tric erumen1! sicce, trial bad not this tried friend and truety fog EUo." Orchard, - - Kentucky. church officer uphold my hands. I think Principle ia a fine thing to ar;ue about over MT. VEENON, KY. George G. Inyart, reported low with Crab m-4Za-lanhe was as unselfiih a character as lover apples and nuts. But the average man will consumption last week, left this section and (We have ereral letters from Nsw n This old and Hotel Is still mainyet on file, but give this first, as it in Knew. And so quiet and unassuming with- say when right hungry, "Oh, bother your visited J. W. Wilcher's, at Middleburg, taining Its One reputation. Charges reasonable. I al. Dm Jim I loved you truly In life; principle, I want my dinnerl" of more Immediate sod special interest) hoping the short ride and freeh air would ! Special attention to tbe traveling public. The ealingrooms are many, moderate in be beneficial to him. While sitting at the and I will rememSor you with changeless Bah Francisco. Cat. , June 21, 1880. l SI. P. X EM COM It, Vn'r. well-kep8Mm Mt. Vernon, Ky. 1 Fifth Btrkkt, cor. Market. We fare affection dead; and it will be one of the price and admirably table eating on Monday he complained to We will hold our annual Fair on the DrA Interior:- -! Sod tbat I m the many special iys of tbo blessed heaven lo well and cheaply at one called the Model Mrs. Wilcber that ho felt curious and was subject of a double illusion since hndlng which you have preceded me, that I shall Dining.Koom. It deserves its name far getting b'icd. Mrs, Wilcher called to & on my natlvo shore). The fir t is lhli 1 meet you there again in the glory of a fel- more than tho arerago restaurant neighbor for assistance, but by the time he I will deliver Ice lo regular Customers In Stanford seem to be only a little way from Kenlowship, far beyond even the pleasant com AT TUB I send you the newspaper reports of our was gotten on a bed life was found to be exand vicinity every morning at tucky. Twenty fire hundred mile and the munion of earth. And those you have left first meeting in the Metropolitan Temple tinct. Young Inyart was a One Cent Woods Pound. greater part of tho breadth of a continent behind shall be doubly dear henceforth, be- last night. My sudden exaltation to high and industrious young man, He was burAccountsduest the close of each month, or pee in most trifling distance now that I am cause they aro your dear oner. military rank has not turned my head. If ied at the old Bastin graveyard Tuesday. Where it waa held last year. For when rut tomirqults. 122-- tf upon the terra Sraia called after the name How do I like' Ban Francisco? Very you will reprint the notice in the Examiner II. K.J A ItIt OIF. People of this section have been deeply A LIST OF I'REailCMH, &0., of that upon which I was born. While much indeed! Let me jot down a few first your readers will understand the allusion interested In the growing scarcity of fish Write for circulars. oceans rolled between my country and our fresh Impressions before they grow so faand the reporter's illusion. The meeting above the mill dami for years past. Last & Crop. little Troupe the sense ol immeasurable miliar that I will forget to notice them: was fully up to if not beyond our expectaP. J. EH, EUBIiY, President. winter a petition was gotten up, numerous. will offer at pablle sale to the highest bidder I d Secretin-J. B. WALK distance waa upon me To hare announo I wilt teli you what first impressed me on tions. Praise the LORD! We are to have ly signed ani sent to our representative, on ThuvHitaut Julu 15th. isso, my Farm or8 Acres, situated near tbe Danville pike, In bettering it, that I waa ten mil landing. It was the charming courtesy another to night, which will be the week-nig- Mr. Bobbin, requesting him to present a ed to me, Lincoln county, S miles froji Blanford and on the county road leading from tbe Danville lo the Lantest. Hobs of miles away from my natlio land, with which over ono I addressed tried to bill to have an act passed providing a way caster pike. The land Is In a good atato of culI The Hall is a noble one eating 1,500 for them to get around or over the dams. instaad of ten thontand, would not have give ue the fullest Information on every tivation, fencing excellent, spacious barn and sheds. My houio burned down recently but anincreased my apprehension of fir remote- subject concerning which my knowledge We met several Kentuckians after service. Borne kind af an act was pased by the hg n to announco to his other pattern Is on the ground ready for building. The editor is ness In any appreciable degree. But as soon was defective. I suppose I asked 20 difler We all lunched at the Bald n In Hotel to- illative body allowing the fishes the privil- readers that Nom D. Flume, who wrote Dr. Tho outbuildings are good. Tbo place It well watdead. The offer for there la splendid orchard. Will Bourne's lunny all klndaof u we touched land, nay, &i aoon as we enlmrn 20 difltrent questions in my de- day with Dr. Chas. Fox and his good wife. ege if they saw proper to come above the large monies paidadvertisements, la this column ered andtale horses aand farming Implements alto and blm for writing cattle, hoga, household and ateamed into the "Golden Gate" and I saw plorable ignorance ol nearly everything! He is from old Garrard and came to the dams. There was no law prohibiting them brought on sottenlngol tho brain and be died of mtchlnery, kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day smartness. (123-with my own eyre the lights of "Frlfco," I and to their lasting honor be it oaid, no one Pacific coast many years ago. Ever In Je- from coming up before. Now what we too much J. T. IjAXV, Stanford. Dr. Bourne Is determined, however, to 'give his ofsalo. customers tbe benefit of this Urge salary In prices. Geo, 0. Barnes. earned already to hare arrived at home, in of the 20 gave a grufl or uncivil answer; but sus, want to know from Mr. Bobbitt is this: Besides telling such an illusive sense that it seemed only a on the contrary, every one of the 20 eeemed Adventuresses and Congressmen. What kind of provision is made for build- Mtdicinc, Fancy Artida, Toilet Good, Ju little way beyond Telegraph Hill. And honestly anxious to aid me as much as posAs a rule nlno times out often nearly ing these passwayr; who is to build them d'e Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, that curious feeling hut not left me yet. I sible and smooth the way for my unpracJewelry, Volts, Lamps, tithing laelie, lia men are the aggressors in intrigues with and how, and what penalty is attached for Kentucky's Ronto East Lnow that it will ttko five day hard run tical feet. To one who had besn secretly tors, Sponges, Knives, Paper, "Blank Books, failure to conform to the law? We hope women, but in Washington the case is reFoa Slates, Ammunition, Bye Stuffs, Glass, Mixnlng with the he.l of engines and the bigchsfiog at tho reticence of honest John versed. Here women adventuresses of all our representative will rise and explain. Washington, Philadelphia and ed Paints, Brushes, Varnishes gest of driving wheels to cover the distance. Uuil for three years, tbis was n genuine sorts pjrsao their prey until they catch Now York. Drug Utore, all of Meteroiogists have found that there can Everything kept in a That is a hard fact. And the figures of treat. Perhaps J, B in nothing appears them or run them to earth. They let no Tho only line running which Is new, frMb and superior, ba has on measurement mounting to the 23,000 afore- to so great a disadvantage as when you guilty man oscape. Tne harvest is great be no thunder and lightning without rain band a tlnxcn Jiachctom, and will furnlih TULLMAX NEW SLEEPING CARS any good looking lady who deals with him with When thunder is heard beneath a clear sky said I am also familiar with. Hut they want to get information of any kind from and the laborers are many. choice of the lot. Watch this column for Hit of CongressA!tD names, or call at the reports must either come from a dis weigh not a jot, except aa iutelleclual him. At best he it not a communicative men are the shining marks of the siren's SOLID tant cloud or be tbe result of erome other Bourne's Hew Draff and Book Store. which yet produce tittle or no person, and he reems to rrsent an inquisi PROM song, Often they throw themeelves in the upon the inner man-s- till persist tive approach of any kin 1 even the most way of temptation and are as potter's clay rause than a diechaige of electricity. HarLouisville, Oinoinnati & Lexington, Ky. vest or heat lightning is produced by a ing in thinking that "my old Kentucky inuocent as unwarranted intrusion upon in the clasp of the Cyprians, but frequentto Washington Oity, Connecting In the same depot with distant storm. Thunder seldom accom is not "far away," but just at hand his privacy. But whatever the reaton, he ly horn" are hunted down. Congressmen they Fast Trains for Wow York. not farther off than I'.nk Cottage from Stan- who approaches an Englishman with a have certainly so much $5,000 per annum panies heat lightning, the sound reaching The Direct Route to only about twelve miles, while lightning is ford; or just over tho hill. It is a very question meets with some sort of a rebuff ready cash, and what are a few hundred Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia To at T perssn remitting us often seen by reflection upon nearer clouds funny illusion and I don't quite under- in look, tone or actual word. The very dollars dumped in the whirligig of nation.ana aorin unouna roinu. For tickets and further Information, to stand the method of the interior workings same person, when it comes to helping you al dalliance to see the wheels go rounc? at a much greater distance. your uearciiiicietomceor auareas w. tfflfc of mind and spirit on the subject. Perhaps out of a scrape, or fighting for you, would Men who in their staid, providcial commuroe, uenerai Agent, Mzington, Ky. After nineteen years of agitation, the W.C. WICKHAM, W. FUIXKB, my readers have same better idea than I do it most plackily and stick to you till nities walked a chalked line all their lives, eight-hou- r We will send the moyement is pronounced a fail2d Vice Piceldent, Oen'l Pait'r Ag't. have. Perhaps a few will read and shake the last. Then perhaps growl at you again. relax and bjcome libertines and wine-b- ib Richmond. Vlrzlnta. only by those who have carefully Semi-Week- ly ure, not Interior Journal their heads and murmur, "There it If; an- The fact is J. B Is a standing enigma to bera under the seductive Influence of the and impartially watched its movements, other symptom of that insanity that I al me yet. I admire him greatly, At times Capital. Toe members are courted for but among those who formerly were its And the Mew York World one year and a ways predicted would overtake him, Here I detest him heartily. And then again he their influence in getting people into office raost enthusiastic advocates, it bat been he is, talking lunatically ai toon aa he inspires me with an aflectlon for which I and in putting jobs through, in which the fought out svatsmitlcftlly, rqntrely, at the STATES, OF TBE UNITED HISTORY Concert Grand, lands." can not render a reason. lobby luxuriate. Often have courtesans loss, as we predicted five months ago, of al Parlor Grand. My second illusion is like to the first. I The second vivid impression of this New determined the fate of a close vote by mak- moat the entire work of what promised to Express paid, bound In leatherette tree call, gilt, Ba.by Grand. teem never to hare been away; but the pat York of the Pacific was centered in the ing men vote as they directed, or by keep- be one of the moat prosperous years this ofS.C pages and conilanlng 22 fine engravings. It Upright Grand. la the must comDrshenilTe work of the kind nub- three years seem like the distempered fin ataaxlng working of the cable cars that ing them away from roll call. Square Grand. country has seen. 'Inland Architect and IUhed,beldes being hlttory in the ordinary seme; It It a condemn! newtptprfllafor400.yeis. cies of a sleeper, who haa wakened to a Britons will call ''trams" and we will not. We reserve the right to withdraw this offer Speaking of these female snares reminds Builder. opening tbe most care'ully selected, the We sre knowledge that be has besn dreaming. without notice, to remit at once. finest and belt ttock of These radiating lines of 6 csnl accommo- me that a Kentucky Congressman was folNewspaper men are always looking for W l WALTON, Btsntord.Ky. For the rest, surely 8an Francisco seems dation for pleasantness of motion, fleetness, lowed home by one of these inveigling now ideas to create a sensation with. EdTIAIVOS AM) ORGANS as familiar already as Louisville or Chi- comfortable seats, polite conductors, and hand-paintharlots of the temple a few itor Coughlin, of Watcrtown, (N. Y ) lime Erer brought to tbtt city titij Inttiuinent It' cago. last, not least, astounding distances of trans years ago and almost ruined financially and has been been bitten by a mad dog and detbe pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to 25 percent, lower tnan otber dealers vk tor the The dear LOUD led o, on landing, portatlon for the trifling "nickel" you pay politically. 8ae landed in the town not clines to go to Paris to be treated by M. tamo good i. Persons ot musical and art culture straight to the best place we could bare for it exceed any form of locomotion thro' long after he returned to bis constituents, Pasteur. His newspaper will, if he is atcultiar Invited to an Inspection of vated, re lined tobe and artist detlgnt ol theso cele found In a month's search. How do I know city streets that I am acquainted with. and, sending for him from the hotel, she tacked by hydrophobia, publish the progbratod initrumonta: He led mt? Becsuse He knows we wanted Tho system is reduced to a science here as made him put big money in her silken ress of the dlseise each day while the edi Tho 'World-renounc- d Knnbc, tho Fa comfortable lodgings at moderate price, on no where else. The grader, over hill after purse before she would give him a recaipt tor lasts. This will be quite a beat on h'e IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and mous Decker & Son the Popnlar EvRearrival in a strange city. We trusted Him hill, in working out to the farthest suburb, and retire. Hs put up the "ante" promptAgue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, contemporaries but it comes high. erett nnd tho Reliable Now Kngland mittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, to guide us to the right place and He did lock sometimes at an angle of 45 degrees, ly, but It got out and cast a gloom over the Fever), Liver Dengue (or Break-bone- " rinnos, A Chicago lawyer in a late divorce suit it. Why should He not take a kindly in but going up or descending everything Is entire community in the midst of which Complaint, and all diseases arising from The Celebrated Olough and Warren and Malarial poisons. where tho age of the lady became a ques tereat ip the comfort of His trustful child- under the most perfect control. The San sat the saddened statesman like the old the John Church & Co. Organ?. "Harpers, S. C, July 9, IS84. ren, if He be a Fathei? To suppose Him Franciscans boast that no accident has ever war horse among the ruins of Cirthsge. tion. declared that a woman had no more age than a horse dealer Plrftiecommunlcato with us for catalogues, terms "For eighteen months suf-ere-cl and prices. such an august Being as to be above stoop marrod this most successful invention for Another Kentuctian, now out of the dele- right to conceal her to conceal tbat of an animal he offers for with Chills and, Fever, ing to the little lives His earthly children making street travel not only tolerable but gation, but cropping and chewing the S. It. L, J. IOIH, Special Ag'ts. e otanfunl, Ky. sale A strict regard for our reputation for Juiving Chills every other day. are obliged to live every day, is to deny the delightful. The line., with one exception, Or U03E K. KICUA1CD, political patronage in the end of candor compels us to agree. When a man trying various remedies Reference A It. Penny, Mrs K. M. Carpenvery germinal thought of fatherhood known begin from the Oakland ferry, and radiate grand old Commonwealth, got caught in a After spring chicken that's what be recommended to cure, Fused a ter, J. M Philips, J M Mooto and James Ileal to every one who is a father, even among like the ribi of a fan, covering the area of snare herd with a soft eyed Aouri and was contracts for ley, Stn or ; Mrs. Msgrfu II nl mis. Crab OrchNew Argus. bottle ofAyer's Ague Cure, and ard; (leu. W J. Landraiu nnd Mitt Lizzlo Huffus "being evil" Are the little liven our the entire city, One oross lino, far up, runs driven with some friends one night across ought to have ISJ-lman, lAncarur, Ky. have never since had a chill. little children lead beneath our t do the "cross one ot ttje streams that il ink the capital to east and west, but horse-carFlowers may be preserved for many EDWIN HARPER." inees or no? Rather do we not delight to cut" business for the most part. It Is onn see about the sequel which has come to months by dipping them carefully, as soon rnnrARED by stoop for love's sake to their level and enter of the best cities to get easily and cheaply light in many stories. He was of a con- as gathered, in perfect limpid gum water; ourselves into all their pleasure and pains, anywhere you want to go in the "round trite spirit and enlisted the sympathy of alter allowing them to drain for two or Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Xowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. a vase. thus making them our own. "now much world." his friends, fur some of them thought there three minutes, arrance them in The third thing that astounded mo was a complete oating on the being "good," cau thus conde more" He, were In all likelihood another stockholder The gum form to see so great a city built of wuo 1. In the petals, and preserves their shape scend? or two in the concern and ho was left with stems and and color long'after they have become dry. Bo we hue most comfortable, even ele- business portion of the city you will find the bag to hold. house, full of block after bock of elegant stone structures gant rooms in thin Without transcending the truth I can Ease in conversation comes mainly from "apartments to let," and take our meals at of modern growth; still alternating with the say that Kentucky will probably never and self esteem. Consider flimsy buildings of years Ion gone, tbat OHIO MISSISSIPPI li. W a rtstaurant a few doors lower down the have a "atraighter" delegation than she yourself a panUrcb, an one; method have not yot burned down. By and by all sends now. Taking the general average street. Barely the most care-fre- e cultivate the idea that otber people are ba solid. Bjt once gel away from the of living for those who must needs forego will they stand exceedingly well in the commu- very silly, and all your doubt and hesita- The direct through line and old utabllshed route from the sweets ol home, and one'd own house flit, where business centres around the nity In which they reiide, and nowspaper tion will disappear, lou will talk as free wharves and mount the hills that lie btck, and grounds 01 course nothing in nil w.th them. ly and to aa little purpose ai those whom Louisville & Cincinnati to 8t. Louis men cau afford to associate aide then the stone or brick buildon ov-'and all points in the West. can balance that. Bhe can, ai 1'here is not a Ststo iu tue constellation of your now envy. ing U ih exosption and not the rule. Two (2) Dally Trains from LouliTtlle to St. Loult d but oiler feeble compensations that caver thirty eight that can boast of a Three (3) Daily Tralnt from Cincinnati bleeping cars with Data rooms are ine PrOiiily wrought, archlteoturtlly, Imjoa-in- g to bt. Loult. can equal "home, sweet home." lot of boys, taking them all in all. I latest improvements, Now tired and dusty but wood, wold, wood, in endless often; Our landlady is a lady, every inch, and don't mean to say that the millenium has travelers whocro-- s the c ntinont will be Only tO hour from LouliTtlle and Cincinnati toU Louis. vistas of dwelling houses. Here tnd there cornea from Louisville. Of course she was struck them, but I am siting 'em up iu a able for fifty cants to take n thorough wash The Only Lino by whioh you con stono edifice tower, like the mtn nearer than a mere landlady as soon as w a lofty lump and leaving out the weak flesh spots. got a Through Slooping Car at any time during the jiurney. These sion of Flood, the millionaire. Bat the found that out. Charles Eastls KIncaid. From Clncluatl to St. Loult. U brought cwtUi have buffits, sm iking norai and I can never tell you how much good the brown stone of which it is built who has been all other latest sleeping car improvements rriUn Islhsonl line running A Connecticut, peddler Connecticut l):e ssd theri and tran OO IW letters we found awaiting our arrival did from JLiJLU O Rr 1VX. ihroiigh from Louli'llu I Cin you bollevo thst? It selling clocks 'ilka hot cakes" in Ken which tend to make long distance journeys and Cincinnati to til, L"ul, all other routes being of cold water," whun ported by nil us. 0, blessed "cup inado up of a combination uf small roads, is even ho. Fancy having to go 3,500 miles tucky, the terms bain $2 down and the comfortable and enjoyable IWln. fT . r?w tTj rit. tho soul la athirstl Thou shalt never cease Tbo Ohio A Mlnli-lpp- l Railway runt Palatial across a continent for building stone I 9n buyer's own lims for the remaining $3, exI wiot to sty tuat if I hid as much mon to blese, both glrer or rcceirer, while etere)lfrpln Cars on nlbl trains; Luxuriant ParFrancisco is a wonderful place for bow win- plained to an Eisieru drummer tbat he ey as soma of you old Methodists have, and lor Cart on day tMlna; Elegant Day Coachnal ages roll. es on all trains. famouj Palace Hotel, the bighad a profit of a dollar apiece out of me didn't give more to the church loan you after a diligent dows. Tho We found kinsfolk too, Direct and close connections 're made In UN' ION gest in tho world, ia just a whole block of firet payment, and the ruin of builneis was do, tna devil will git me jun as sure as my DKPOT4 with dlrerglog lines br tboO. A. M. search in Oikland, across the harbor. Very Hallway, thus nroidlng trobleaome transfluted stories, mounting to 7 or 8, if I re- to be explained by the fact that the purThe Bucket Pumb & Water fers by otbrr routes. nime is 8 tm Jones, and he'll Kit you too dear, those who were left, but dearer still aright, Outside, it is juat aeorlesof chasers thought they were each bailing do-i'- t you forget thdt -- Sim Jones. l Railway It tbe only llu, The Ohio A before we member the one who bad gone to God Cincinnati and rit. Louis between Louts-lit- e, Cleveland Leader. columns of bow windows, that are not so him out of $3. It an liutiroTiim t ,.u any i'uiup o Bca r yet under one management, running all lis came. SbeVho had nursed me in baby, inrftutud Tbiurs dtwrendlng lull .if,ru I asCATAItnU :COKED, health and sweet Jbreatb trains through solid aud Iu pleasing to the eye ai some styles of archicending full i.l w circulate the a r irom botDuchlen's Arnica Salro. hood and ever been to me as a dear elder secured by Sblloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 90c. Is recognized Flrat-ClaIbt U b tom l lip "I firn r well, remoriurf wiggles, tecture 1 have seen, though for internal twtvn tuose Cities The best Salvo In tbo world tor Cuts. Bruliej Natal tnjoctor free. For sale by M. L. Bourne. wate tiurf. m'hi -i ilrrlig lh water p ir sister, true from first to last, had vanished t Apply to ticket Agen-of connecting lines (or comfort I should think them most admira- Soros, Bait Rheuui, Fever Sores, TstUr, Chapped all (iimr M'l ! or smell, Tbli t'ii'it has SlIILOU'S CATAllim REMEDY a positive full partlcularfat to rates, time, maps, circulars from the dear family circle, where we had ouch an liunro'vd '!. : u) links to ret tw ble. And tl.t style has become so common Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mou th or any desired information, or write to cup Is jdiri-i- l p and insteal ol link, hoped to see hor. Alan I And the first In bere as to ba characteristic of the city and and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, I, For tale at M. L. Bourne's. ROUT. H. KORMAN, a flat P'ckb ol kiairauttrtl Iron It Died Du not Tray. Via. Ag't O. A M U'y, 3orert. Ky. ninde mlierable by that SLEEPLESS puromie a pump until you tc--) tint. teiiioh Journal opened told us of the noticeable at once by a new comer. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money terrible cough. HIOHTS, w, u. ohm i uu. W. M. FEAflODY. 'V.ry Shlloh'sCure lsithe remedy for per box. For sale by (Jen. Past. Ag't, Pres. and Geu'l Mau'gr, death of another sUter, my brother Loton's might fairly be classified as tho Pacific or- refunded. Pries U cents W. 1I.I1IGGINS. you. For sale at M. L. BouraVs, Cincinnati, U. Peony A McAltster. all with the thought der of architecture. wife, saddening ui 3fpnrnl 1 Bank Stock jahi:s l'BH rontlt, GEO. 0. BARNES. O. B. ILUSKIS, Ag't NEWCOMI5 HOVEI m d Kirksville Fair t. 23(1 and 24tli of July, IGK! Grove, ICE! Per ZQI5! Burnani Sale ofLand,Sfock 127-t- j - BOURNE heart-broke- U ey first-cla- ss A TRAIN A Big Offer! THEEE DO&IiilRS a. PI AMOS ! ed Ague Cure I AYER'S theb-millf- blue-crav- poat-offlc- blgh-migh- s O. & M. ' R'-he- bt, T better-behave- J t: .. Puritjer const-queu- e "-- as rma-ientl- rr-ttiiill- y, raeetln.of all the muslo tonebsrs of State of Kentucky will be held at LexThe publio debt reduction for Jane the ington Ao.ust 4, 6 and 0. The beet teach will be about tea millions. Stale have promised to attend, Forty years ago last Friday the first ers of the July 2, 1S86 Stanford, Ky., deliver essays, discussions and will game of base ball was played in the United cod concerts. All the railroads will furnish reStates. the regular rates. turn tickets at Mr. Henry H. Skile, of Warren, has W. P. WALTON. Lexington will be Hotel at announced himself a candidate for Con The Phcentr headquarters for the association. All teach gress in th Third District. attend will please notify EvrnvnoDY seems to love and respect n votes or cuhremY events. A Snw-8atthlBlnleriorIon- one-thi- rd teen sworn out by Joe Ramsey's wife fcr was tried before Judge Lear and held over till' circuit court ia a bond of $300. It was just two weeks from the time he left home till he was found. Ho was hung with white walnut bark. The hogs and worme had devoured his body: Hay. He Si WAMML GROCER, A Base Ball club has been organized. 8ome of the surrounding towns my expect a challenge soon. J. G. Llylngston is conducting a Very interesting meeting at Gum Sulphur. The additions to the church up to yesterday were 17. Dee Albright, formerly of this county, but bow a resident of Barbourvllle, is to Judge Hazclbiqo, who announced htm-se- lf marry Miss Annie Castelo, of that place, a candidate for common pleas judge in Oftho Beat the 6th of July. being beaten the Richmond district, after Mr. W. A. nosklns, of Boyle county, in a primary by Mr. Scott, has very sensiprocured license yesterday to marry Miss bly withdrawn and promised, not only his Pattle Woodall, of Brodhead. She has been own support but that of his friends to the badly afflicted for a number of yeats; she mighty hard for a good nominee. It is CHEAPEST AND II EST has to use crutches to assist her In walking. democrat to go back on a nomination, no The trial of Jeff and George Huff and caatter if he does believe that fraudulent was callW. H. Albright, for means were resorted to in securing it. 000. There was a social gathering at the Mered Tuesday. They waived an examination ger mansion. Tbe crowd was pretty jolly. of the means yet devised are absoNone Capt. Payton, Commonwealth's Attor lutely fair, or S3 that unscrupulous men ney in the Glasgow District, had a fuss and were held over till circuit court in a They were playing the game of forfeits with can not take advantage. Those who go in- with his hired man, Phil Huff, and they bond of $500 each, Tney gave tbe requir- kisses as forfeits. The question .rose ed bond. whether kissing was in the nature of pleasto conventions or primaries know that exchanged nine shots. Neither got a The names of the teachers who obtain- ure or work. An old bachelor maintained to resort to any ques- scratch. both sides are ready the examinathat it was in the nature of work. At last tionable means to secure the nomination of Pree Taulbee'a man Smith, W. E., has ed four years certificates at tion are: Will Cress, Sim Lswis, Miss it was decided to call up Sam Johnsing, their favorite, and when both do as is usu- resigned his position of Assistant Secretary ally the case, and the friends of one are a of the Treasury to become Solicitor of the Staples and Miss Towney. The three lat- tbe colored servant, and have him decide little more unscrupulous than the other St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railroad ter were pupils of Miss Alma Carson, prin- the question. cipal of the Brodhead Academy. them in a fight for advan- at St. Paul. "Is kissing pleasure or work, Sam?" askand For tlio Kerry Season. William Williams, of Round Stone, ed Mrs. Yerger. tage, and beat them at their own game, as it Senator Beck introduced a bill to aucandidate for "I bleeves hit must be a pleasure, for ef were, they should surrender and accept the thorize the Postmaster General to appoint has announced himself a sheriff of the county on the democratic hit was work you all would be spectin' me without murmuring. result and remove third-claspostmasters, who ticket, The democrats of the county will to do hit for you," responded the darkey. Because Senators Logan and Erarts vot- are now appointed and removed by the not support Mr. Williams, as he was pur- - Texas Siftlncs. ed against investigating the bribery alleged Preeident. by the nominea of tho re The Senate Committee has reduced in suaded to run "I am far away from any town out here," in Senator Payne's election, Halatead, tho publican party for sheriff. Then he has not Cincinnati fire cater, has read them out of Riyer and Harbor Bill the appropriation the nnalifieations to fill the office. It is said the General, "and I do not hear from for Kentucky River $150,000; Cumbers. presidential probabilities. 8 ay a he: doubtful if he was elected about the outaldo world, save through the land, $50,000; Muscle Shoals, Tennessee thought I have been reading the letters of candidates for the presidency are his giving bond. Joe r. Watkm. not bo numerous as they were two River, $100,000. Tnovis I). Ranit. "TERMS OASH."tt Logan McKee, of Danville, was is town Gov. Knott and Judgo Durham with conThe primaries of tho Georgia Demoyears and two months ago. Monday. Frank Myers and family, of siderable interest. I really think that Gov. Arthur is a sick man, and sick or well has cratic State Convention that have been Williamsburg, are visiting relatives here. Knott's administration has received too give to Gen. Gordon 111 votes and to no political future. Senator Eimunds may held visiting much abue. lie has been chiefly blamed Msj. Bacon GO votes. There is little doubt Mrs. Mary Conn, of Brodhead, is to the Senate, but secure his her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Brown, at this for allowing convicts to be worked in the of Gordon's nomination. that is the utmost that can ever happen to returned from coal mines. This was not his fault. The At the election held Monday in Wash- place. Mis. S. W. Parris has him. Senator Evarts reemed for a time a Delta nartick Legislature mado the law and ordered Gov. ington Territory, prohibition was defeated a visit to Kirksville. Mls.es promising figure, and so did Senator Lohave re'.urned from a .Knott to execute It. uov. iinott is a man by a majority of 1.030. AH tho large and Sallie Whitehead of ability, and I think that as Governor he gan; but the two, since their vote for the visit to Miss Ella Ramsey, Stanford. Mies ew with Gen, coal-o- il crowd of Ohio, have passed away, towns, except Ltconner, Chehalis and Cen- - Ida Adams has returned from Louisville, has done fcti-eet- , and if republicans should look into Illinois tralia, gave majorities againet it. She Buckner, where she has been visiting friends. With the present adjournment, Judge The powers of a Cuban pony are remark for a candidate for tho brought Huber Turner back with her. CO to 80 miles a the are likely to take a note, first of all, of Hinea retires from the Chief Justiceship of A larger crowd was in town Monday able. Ho will make from the Court of Appeals, and at its meatinj in day in a continuous jo or half reck, eo Gov. 0lcaby. Logan and Erarts have not O than there has been for a long time. Most only Binned, but they havo stumbled and September next Judge Pryor will, for the all I suppose came to hear the speeches of easy to tho rider that a glass of water can second time, become Chief Justice. - rf'WIsP atV4v74f' fallen. and Com- be carried in the hand all that distance and w John A. Brown, one of the most des- the candidates for Circuit Judge not a drop spilled. For test the Cuban 8peaklng begun is announced that the reason lion. perate of Gtorgla's monwealth's Attorney. It moonshiners, has been simply Charles D. Jacob was recalled from Bogo- killed by a party of revenue officials. He promptly at 1 o'clock and continued till pony nover halts to walk. He ho was serving the government the speeches, changes from his swift gait into what is ta, where had served a term of two years in the Al- 4 o'clock. I did not hear is much more as minister, was to explain a fight that he bany (N. Y ) penitentsary for moonshln-ing- . but the information I gather is, the speeches here called a march, which rapid than the walk of the fastest Amerihad with Dr. King, secretary of tho legamade no ohange in the minds of the voIs absolutely "proof to tion. From all that can be learned the ters. All had made up their minds whom can horse. He The Like Shore railroad strike at of diet spare and slight," and he is iW m minister did right in giving tho insolent Chicago appears to be at an end, owing to they were going to vote for. The speeches fellow the pummelling that he did, though the persuasive eloquence of Winchester of Alcorn, Morrow and Warren were high- the truest, most patient little animal iu the b'fnplo ami Fancy UroccrlcH, ProvlHlotiH, luceiisrnrc. QIhm perhaps it was not exactly aufail for offi rifles and PInkerton'tj Most all domocrats and whole world, whether his owner is man or ware, Etc., JElc. police, a very prop- ly complemented. Chicago News. cials representing this great government in er way to end one so outrageous to think Herndon is a brute lVo guarantee entire satisfaction In every respect, will not be undersold, nod in its con republicans seem a forricn land to settle their difficulties ception. good man, but can not make a speech. very Beef is never seen on the Chinese table, delircr nil goods promptly cujvrhcrc in or vrltliln a few miles or good race oxen and cows capable of working the plow with a fi.tcufl. Jacob is a fighter from At Windsor, N. C, Jas. N. Basemore Alcorn and Warren will make a Stanford or Rowland. Conic tosco us. away back and aa he has cleaned out a and his son, Stone Bvsemore, being accounted too valuable to the farmer quarreled, as in this county. mayor and a secretary all in one year, the the result of which Will McD. Wntors, aalosraan. Masked men visited the house or Joe to be couslgned to the butcher. Very revere & the son fired both barLouisvillle limca very naturally infers that rels of a shotgun, loaded with buckshot, Ramsey, who lived near Mt. Vernon, a few penalties are attached to the slaughter of he has como home to do John Sullivan at his father, inflicting wounds from which nights since, and after seriously beating theeo animals. The punishment for the P. he will die. The murderer broke open a both Ramsey and his wife, the brutal reg- first ride nee Is 100 strokes with a bamboo, ulators commanded them to leaye the and then two months in the wooden collar. The chairman of the State Prohibition safe, took $800, and fled. Executive Committee has issued an adSamuel Thomas was elected President county. Ramsey tried to sell his property Should love of beef or desire of gain induce dress in which he earnestly calls upon his of the Eist Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia; so that he could get away, but falling to a repetition of the crime, a second judicial alleged party to put candidates in the field Henry Fink, and Controll- find a purchaser he went and hanged him- flogging is followed by exile for life from for county and Congressional offices by the er of Traffic; James G. Mitchel, Secretary self and was found almost eaten up by tbe the province. 15th of July and contend for every inch of and Treasurer. No changes will be made hogs, his body having pulled away from About 25 years ago a woman came to ground from now on. By this it would in any of the departments. The headquar- his head and fallen to the ground. At Clay county and began farming. She has seem that the offices are the consideration, ters of the company will still remain in tho time of the beating his son was lying in prospered very fast; improved her land and to which the question of voting out the ac- Knoxville. the bed, but was afraid to move, with a has built the best barns and finest houses in cursed traffic is a secondary and very small A statement of the effect of the Ran man standing close by him all the time the count? : handles about 75 head of big matter. The Lincoln county prohibition- dall tariff bill upon tho revenue hao been with a gun. Mr. Ramsey was sick ot then c.ttle every year and is now euppoeed to be Trimmed and Itcady for IThc, at ists show their Benre by reversing this order prepared, which shows the reduction re- time, and had been since last fall. He was worth $20,000. People have always bad of thing?. They want to see the whisky go sulting from the internal revenue provis- in town neit moraine, but did not tell It. doubts about her being a woman and lately no matter who get the offices. ions to bs about $26,000,000, from addl. He only stayed a short time and went back thi secret has been divulged by a young family said he seemed to be girl having her arrested for bastardy. So CAMrucLii county, the home of Thos. L. tions to the free list about $1,600,000, and home. His from reduction of rates $7,000,000. Total scared and they couldn't get him to sleep tbe world wags. Richmond Herald. Jones, has endorsed Hon. A. S. Berry for about $35,000,000.-- Ex. in the house. Tney carried bed clothes to governor. la other words, they ignored an The Texas Court of Appeals has decided Senator Rlddleberger has introduced a a cliff near by and he slept there Saturday elegant gentleman and a life long, true and ia not an offense under that engine-killinbill that provides that the United Slates night and Sunday night. On Monday ,fc 4ifc Vr Ti3tfty W tried democrat, to bolster up a going to the laws of the,State, the men win made family he was demagogue, who stands about as much buy all the railroads, telegraph lines and evening he told his the laws not knowing anything about such close by and stay all night and chance for being nominated governor as telephones in the country and operate them a neighbor's a misdemeanor when they fixed the code. in the interest of tho people, nt the lowest mxt morning Tuesday he would start he does for President. stealing was the only crime that rate that will keep the properties in repair to bis brother's in Tennesseo, and told his Horse The Louisville Commercial is indepen- - and pay salaries and wages. The bill Vernon, He was Texas rjtcognlzed originally, but of late son to meet him In Mt. murder has been frowned upon some, dent only between election When an of- $400,000,000 to begin operations never seen by anybody after that. His famChicago Herald. flee is to be filled it Is for a republican ev- upon. ily looked around and inquired for him, ery time. Mr. John W. Yerkes,. candidato for but could hear nothing of him and came to Several wild horses have been captured Prohibition went into effect at Atlanta Judge of the Superior Court, is a partisan the conclusion he had gone on to Tennessee in Roop county, Cat., where they have republican, ntmed for the position which on foot. There is a great deal of excite- been roaming for years. Among them was yesterday. Hugh S.Thompson, of South Carolina, be seeks by the State Central Committee of ment through the county about it. Some a magnificent stallion that for eight years has been appointed assistant secretary of the republican party. He is as much the think there was foul plai; that he did not had defied the efforts of the most skillful republican nomineo as Mr. Barbour is the hang himself, that some one else did it. vaqueros. The horses are the descendents the Treasury. The democratic State convention of democratic nominee and no jugglery of There have been men seen in the wood of some fine stock belonging to a former Arkansas nominated for governor S. P. words or facts can deceive any bid Lou near by that bid behind trees before they owner of tbe range. isville Times. Hughes and a full Slate ticket. could be recognized. Then his hands and Oae of tbe moat humiliating experiences Rev. Robert Q isrles, a colored minisA. S. Wilson, secretary and treasurJ. feet weie tied together, but not very clcse-ly- , in a man's life is to sit in a dentist's chair Even if be did hang himself the men er of the Chesapeake & Dataware Company, ter of the Biptiet church at this place, and have him bore up six or eight inches The Best is a defaulter for more than a half million has skipped out, having been charged who whipped him are just as guilty no tho' into the head without noticeably interferwith an attempt to raps a thirteen-year-ol- d for they were indirectly dollars. Waterproof thoy bad done it, ing with the brain, which wis supposed (o daughter of a brother of the same the cause of it. They bad nothing to whip Geo. J i A. Bj&verwas unanimously story. Coat. fill the upper nominated for governor of Pennsylvania by church, Rey. D. W. Seals. Qjarela was him for, as everybody who knew him says rproer, -i- mnt.a ran nana. In n bud.itniuND auccxuii 1'OKMEL w.n LERI, auiTvIll II tineiou drjibd tti coat, Th. Daw convention at Harris-bur- g expelled from the church Sunday, Revenue collections In ftrfrct Tho Internal the republican State He he was an honest and inoffensive man. ruin, ?OTtrlbBtlriildl. U.WATft eriraiutlont. Kto. J. .Towtr,wltlidut lli. "fl.li Beiton, U.it. Uracil" llluiirtt.il Cil.loru int. A, leaves a wife and two children behind. yesterdiy. The platform is rod-h- ot They Ml My they recognized one of the tbe Seventh district for the month of June Georgetown Times. protection. crowd as betug lorn nays. A writ usb amount to 5213,171.59. man who nfter having submitted hU claim for a nomination to any specified method, yielda to that arbitrament In a manly manner, even though ho may think the fair thins; has not been done by him. It la the caso in that of our defeated towmman and just now especially so with Judgo Ilaztlrigg, who is receiving as many for withdrawing from a bolt and pledging lTis support to his late opponent, as he had previously received con demnationa. There is always a mean feel- bur towards a bolter whether he bs the candidate himself or his most ardent sup porter and the fact that a man has ever ecratched a ticket or bolted a nomination, is assiduously worked ogainat him when ever he bscomes a candidate for any office in the gift of the party to which he owes allegiance. Such action is necessary for party organization and success, and the triumph of the party ought always to be paramount to the victory of any individual favorite. A democrat Is always preferable to a republican and we hope and believe every true democrat will realize this when he comes to vote in August. The Niehaus statue of Gen. Garfield Is to be placed at the intersection of Eighth and Race streets, Cincinnati. The Knights of Honor celebration at Louisville was an imposing affair, more than 1,000 Knights participating. A. M. Bowling, the Rowan county murderer, has at last been landed in the Penitentiary to serve a term of 21 years. The Castleman Artillery at Lexington has disbanded because of alleged bad treatment by the adjutant general of its captain. The Senate has passed over the Presi dent's veto by a vote ol 34 to 15, the bill to quit the titles of settlers on the Dss Moines river land. It is said that at a meeting in Washington of the Kentucky Congressmen it was agreed to boom Mr. Carlisle for the presidency. Malcom May, of Garrard, is in jail at Richmond for burglary committed in 18S2. He is also wanted in Washington county for horse stealing. It is said that a cow bitten by a mad dog at Hebron, Ky., not only had the rabies herself, but communicated it to a baby that had been living on her milk. Ashley LaSalle, a tramp printer, who set up a job printing office at Paris, has decamped after marrying a pretty girl and getting all the cash and credit he could. Mr. Morrfslon says that Mr. Randall's tariff bill will increase custom receipts more than $5,000,000, and decrease internal revenue receipts at lout $36,000,- - ers Intending to the secretary pro tem, Mr. L II, Heal, at Lexington. A Washington paper published the number of bills introduced by each member this session. The number runs from 1 to 105. Thirty would probably be the av mtic-- a nf thn Kenttickr delegation. Hal- sell introduced 08, Taulbee 78, McCreary 70. Willis 03. Breckinridge 68, Laffoon 63, Robertson 45, Stone 41, Wadsworth 22, Wolford 10, Carlisle none. The total number of bills introduced since the session Already 3,103 bills opened is 90,512. have been considered by the committees and reported to the House. In both sesCongress only sions of the Forty-eigh- th 2,696 were acted upon. 47. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A Transcontinental Balloon Voyage. The largest balloon in the world has re cently been built in San Francisco by Mr. A. P. Van Taseel. It has a capacity of 160,000 cubio feet of gas and has been constructed for the special purpvmt of enabling the aeronaut to undertake a journey across the continent, from ocean to ocean. The hight from the floor of the wicker car to the top of the gas reservoir is 110, and of the dilated reservoir alone 08 feet. The envelops is made of finely woven cloth, manufactured expressly for tho purpose and ia varnished, as usual, to make it gas tizht. The car has accommodations for 15 persons. It is abejut 21 feet in circumference and the sides are 31 inches high. The supporting ropes are kept in place by the nsual "concentrlcs." Hydrogen . will be used for inflating the balloon. The cost of the structure Is stated to be $6,000. Mr. Van Tassel has had in aerial traveling, having crossed the Wichita Mountains, 15,000 feet above sea level. His present attempt is more ambitious than any that he has yet made. A careful study of the aerial currents leads him to bsliave that by seeking the proper stratum of air he can be carried eastward at a high rate of speed, possi bly 100 miles an hour. The greatest difficulty will probably be duo to the Rocky Mountains, which modify the movements of the air currents over a large area ef the continent. It is expected that the voyage will be begun some time about the 1st of July. Should It survive the trip the giant balloon will be taken back to San Francisco, where it will bs placed on exhibition. well-know- n MAIN & SOMEKSET STS., Stanfoi'd, Xy. FRUIT JARS IN ARUNDANCE. MOWING B & Make. IT ng, FLAVORING EXTRACTS. SEVEEAL GRADES OP SUGAR s The Best Roods at the Lowest Prices news-pspsr- nt WATERS & R AMY Main, well."-Intervi- GROCERS, - - .Stanford. "w o s WATERS RANEY, WALL PAPER ! Vice-Presid- ent WALL PAPER WALL I PAPER! M'EOBERTS & STAGGr'S. if time-servin- Wall Paper, tes Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. y,f Full.and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WE.AR&Itir, kOff&& LICKER ip trtd-mr- .r . ,, . f " Swrn-SStceHjiSftferw -- Journal Olf harvesting tr I '11-1 l WWII Mr"N. Ec'rc machinery at . J othir & McRoberli r Stanford, Ky .tO. WALTON, Stags'. ' July 2, 1886 The Kentnckjr Central will sell round Business Manager, m trip tickets at one fare betwesa all ttatlom from July 2 to 6, good until the 6th. DjcAth. Of co nu million on Tuesday laa', MIm Ora Hale, daughter of J, R. Hair, aged about 25 years. The remains were at Rush Branch Church. Semi-annusettling time is upon us again and if every one would make a spc-cieflort to pay up his Indebtedness, it would make times better nil around. al CAN. uxprtastrain" ( i ThM-OT LOCAL TIME CURD. 1 Mall train going North Bourn ...... 33 outn Ht li U calculated on standard Umt. tboat 20 minutes fasts rj LOCAL NOTICES. '" - .12 15 1 A - fcaimimii 28 Jli M. IS ,& Hi r. M. r. K. Holar LAM.mETii's garden seed in bulk and JuixiE Jno M. PniLird offers his house package nt Penny A McAllster's. and Jewelty repaired on shor and lot for sale, with a view of going West Watches notice nnd warranted by Fenny A McAlIs if he disposes of it. We hope, however, he r. trill change his notion as to removing from Buy the Haas Hog Remedy, the orlul-a-t us. and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-late- r. Rememuer the Klrksville Fair dated, A ooMri.rTE stock of Jewelry, latest July 23 and 24. The premiums will be more style. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen liberal than those last year and nothing ny A McAUeter. will be left uudono to make it one of the PERSONAL. best fairs in Kentucky. day. F. W. DiM.iON was in to see us yester. ..I a remains unchangsd. 8ne Is in a very critMARRIAGES. ical state, but her manr friends hope frr Mr. Willis Stringer and Miss Bailie B. the best. Mrs. R II. Young, of Mldwav, Daugherty, daughter of Nathan Dougherla visiting his father's family, 8-E, K. ty, were married oa the 20th. Higgles has returned from Louisville, Mr, Reuben Wells, Second Assistant whither he went to be by a com to the President of the Louisville A Nash mission for a place in the U. 8. Treasury ville railroad, was married to Mrs. Eliti 8. Department. Duncan at Louisville, yesterday. GIRLISH RESOLUTION. At 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Mr, Samuel Cochran led to the marriage altar In Illinois a lot of gtrl have rewired never to Miss Marv J. Newland, a very accomplishkin mm who drinks Intoxicants, uies tobacco or ed, handsome and worthy young lady. The I'lays cards. The Eranavllla Argui poetically states their poslUon thusly: ceremony occurred at Mr. A. D. Newland's The man who tsket red, red wino and was said by Rev. C. 0. Oreen, in the Shall never gloe his lips to mine. pretence of a number of friends and relaThe nan who chews the navy plug, We extend our best wishes. tives. Will, in this psrlor, get no hog. "Hell hath no fury like a woman Who smokes, or drinks, or cuts a deck scorned." At the marriage of Reason Shall never, ntvtr bite tny neck, Btampler to Hattle DInkeni at Ashland, Ths tusn who gaggles lager beer, Fannie Piles, a former aweatheart of the Shall never, ncrsr chaw my car. groom, appeared on the scene with a 38 J'rlnk nothing stronger than red pop, calibre pistol and attempted to kill him. Or in your Up I'll never flop. Being disarmed, she accased Stampler of If aught but water you ever taste, murder committed two years ago and the Just keep your arm from round my waist. young married man will likely spend his If you dilok wloe or other slop, honeymoon In court. t. H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAIXOK. I hire received and atll! receiving - aeB:T nainrjSi New Goods for Spring- and Summer, u.r,.,,us Qotton Up in Stylo and Moko Sooond to Mono m City or Country. Give Me u Trial. ir doii in me market, which win b H- TII03. METCALF. a. xjfi.e-- . JOHN B. FOSTER. ifotoslf & AND- - W'wCw9 The "Mob" will meet with Miss FinoersCut Off John Llngenftlter, Sue son of the Mrs. 0. W. Lingenfelter, late You'll never hear ay corset pop. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Rout Mr II. 0 RurLtv has returned from off while coupling cirs at the Short Line a vifit to Harrodihurg. Junction. Mibs Betsy V. Pjujkinoton is fishVa. ing friends in Danville. We have it on pretty good authority that Mim Fannie Hill accompanied MUs Mamie Bryant to Clifton Forge, Va. Mns. W.P.Tate has gone to Owen boro to tpend setWral weeks with relatives. MM. . H. Hiooiss and Mrs. Mollle Park are spending the week ith Mr. W. M. Uiggina. Mn. and Mm. Geouoe II. Bruce have moved into their elegant little cottage on Lower Main. Dr. Nicxerson, the successful special-ist- , notifies the suffering public that he will be here next Monday. Hon. W. McKek Duncan has been nominated by the republicans for Common wealth's Attorney nt Louisville. MtasRs. W. F. Ramsey, A. A. War ren and Peter Himton went down to the Knight of Honor celebration nt Louisville. Mn. H. H. Withers was called to Bloominzton, III , Wednesday to attend the bedside of his only sister, who is dangerously ill. We are indebted to Mrs. O. W. Fields, of Bloomiogton, III , for papsrs of her city, giving full details of the deth of Vice President Davla. Mr, T, J. Bo8LEYand wife were here for a day or two, preparatory to removing to Louisville. Mr. Boley is much pleased with his portion as potl clerk. A r(MTAt. crd fiom Squire L. II. Adams notifies uito change hi paper from Montgomery, Ala , to Ilustouivlle. We welcoma him back lo "(Ijd'n Country." MrtHRS. Wm. Dauuhkrty, Charley Hamuels, Peter 8iraub, Jr., and Misses Mollis Dsugherty and Little Bhackleford attended the Odd Fellows picnic at Winchester. Misses Lizzie Rice, Grace Million, Dora Hacker and Little White, a lovely quartette from Richmond, accompanied Mrs. J. I. McKioney to Dripping Spring Wednesday. Mr. 1). U Thommjn, of Columbus, Miss,, the son of a rich planter, who has been cutting a wide swarth at Crab Orchard Springs, has returned home, greatly to the regret of the rumerous mwhts ho made. J. T. Freeman, Esq , president of the Williamiburg titnk, was here Wednesday. Ho reports the institution in a prosperous divcondition, able to pay its idend ol 3 per cent, and carry a nice sum to surplus. semi-annu- of this county, whose husband was killed by the cars, had two of his fingers mashed Plenty of good pasture for cattle. Apply to Msj King, Box 136, Stanford, Ky. During the put year 41,000,000 pounds of tobcco were sold in Danville, Ths man who smokos a cigarette, Shall never squeeze me, you can bet. ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. P. P. Nunnelley shipped to Cincinnati Mr. J. F, Edmiston has decided not to run Wednesday a carload of 225 lb. bogs, for for jailer, but Mr. E. B Caldwell says hols which he paid 3Jc. in the ring and will be till the last hour of Appleton A Hamilton's flouring mills election day as an independent candidate, at Falmouth were destroyed by fire Wed with republican proclivities. needay; loss $20,000. TnE unusually cold snap has had a bad J. K. Use s (arm of IX) acres near effect ou the watering places and none of Cynthfana was sold by the commissioner them can brag of a crowd now. Superin- Monday at $100 50 per acre. tendent J, C. King of Crab Orchard Springs A Chicago estimate ol tne wneat crop reports about 20 regular boarders, in addi- puts it at C9000,000 bushels, three times tion to quite a number of persona drawn as much as that of last year, Farmers in Woodford county are dis thither by the meeting of the College AssoThey have some original characters in couraged at offers of 65 ceuts per bushel ciation. these mountains. Ojce I heard a really Prop. H. K.Taylor, candidate for Su- for their wheat and 45 cents for barley. elcquent sermon at a church ten miles Cattle are steady in Louisville at 2 to perintendent of Publio Instruction, spoke you can imagine my bogs dull at 3 to 4; sheep and lambs north of Park. Bit here last night on "Kentucky's Problem," 5 10; surprise when, in the midst of a burst of steady all) to 3 for former and .1 to too late for us to given report, In this isrhetoric, the reverend orator clasped him for latter. sue. He had just returned from the Eiat-er- n 6J hands in ecstacy above his head, and, lift ls of fat J. J, Judy bought 2 portion of the Slato and expressed him log his eyes heavenward like a saint ex cattle of J. W. Bean at 5c, averaging 1,600 self greatly encouraged at his prospects for claimed: "My friends, all the world shout pounds and extra fine; July let delivery. success. ed for foy when the good news of Christ's Paris Kentucklan. birth dished over the The Merry 8ocl.it Club held its first Dick Moore, of Bourbon county, gathMisses Mattie and Maggie ered 180 busheh of blue grass seed from Davis, of Maryland. meeting with and Mr. J. B.Oa-aley- , Jr., at Hon. John S. eight acres of land, or 22 bushels to the In Brunswick, Gt.,a Macon young man Wednesday night, when some acre. J. W. Ferguson gathered from his acted as godf her to the infant of a friend twenty or more couples of young ladies and farm 12,500 bushels. The exciteojpi t of th occasion caused him gentlemen enjoyed tbemxelvos in n truly Winchester. About 500 cattle on to drop the infai t ml the baptismal font, delightful manner till midnight. The the market, tho belt prices paid were 42 for making a Baptist ol it instead tf an an supper was a very elegant ono and was dls 40 head, 42 head 2 year-old- s $3 45. Scrubs cussed at length and with a hearty relish. $13 to $1 1 80; 7 yearlings brought $17 per The four most important towns ol Ausira The next meeting will be with Miss Kate head. Sam Johnson sold to Sim Clay 70 laaia are now Melbourne, population 232,-91Hail next Wednesday night. head of yearlings at $19.50. Sydney, 221 211; Adelaide, 103 SGI and W. T. Cttatt has about Auckland, G0.000. The wheat is about all hnrveated in this acre in raspberries which yielded about 150 section and in much better condition than SKW ADTEBTIKCSCtTh. wou'il have been thought, considering the gallons tie present eevon which were sold rainy spell that ret in nbout the time har- at 50 cents per gallon, bringing $60. The vest commenced. In some cases, fields only ex;ensc9 were about $10 for picking, E. II. CALDWELL, which looked as if the yield would be thus netting the neat sum of $30. liacindldatsfor Jsller or Lincoln County, Ac-gheavy, turn out to be more straw then Election, 1SS8, grain, but the average is much larger than HUSTONVILE, LINCOLN COUNTY. The prospect for remunerative usual. A telegram has been received from El prices for it is, however, far from good. Bailey Drye is quoted at but 74 in Paso, Texss, announcing that August delivery I bare one registered bull and ore is at thst place dangerously ill. Chicago. and tereral good yearlings, entitled to a Alex Lusk has been at Ilustonville for rrguter.forialecbeip. A.M. FELAXD, Neil. Since Squire Portman will not, several days stirring up the pue minds of IM-lStanford, Ky. owing to a press of private business, stand tne peoploou the subject of prohibition. for re election as justice of the peace, we I.. B, Adams and family, who have ! have heard a number of gentlemen express been in the South for some months, will themselves In favor of Mr. John O. Neil for probably reach their former homo in Hue I WILL BE IN S1ANFOKD the cuico and if he will become a candidate tonville on Saturday. he can be elected with a whoop, The ofO. P, Peacock has gone to attend the fice is one of the most important in the grand convocation of the Knights of Honor. Monday Nost, County Court Day. county, considering that the justices as a "Freely" is so necessary to the symmetry of lilt. E. J. MCKEItSOX. Vsnvllls, Ky. 72t court direct the public improvements, man- the town that bis abjence jars the whole age the finances, allow claims and levy fabric. Store-Hous- e & Lot. taxes, and the best men should be selected The State Teachers' Association at LOCAL MATTERS. We as Mr. Neil. for It just such a mm Louisville, which meets on Wednesday, As Administrator with ths will mnaipil of T. Seu'SEALISO fruit an. Waters AlUncy. hope he can be induced to become a candi- will consume the remainder of the week. T. Daxicss, dee'd, I offer fjr sale privately the date. Those interested, who can attend will find Storo-Hous- o and Lot on Lancaster Bananas cheaper than ever at S. 8. Our Banks. The Farmers National de- It pleasant and instructive. St., Stanford, Ky., Myers'. dividend of 1 l clared its usual Now occupied by MluSuwadeBcnley. HAYWOOD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Fruit jars of all kinds nt itrj low percent, and carried $1,018 25 to surplus, 137-J. 11. PAXTOX, Adra'r. prices at Melctlf & Foster's. picnic will Our annual Sunday-scho- ol It has $310,059 41 in discounted notes and 5. not materialize this season. Public Sale Residence. Six building lots for sale between Stan its individual deposits foot up Eld. Joseph Ballou will speak at Its gross earnings for the last six ford and Rowland. II. J. Darat. months were $12,150.07 on a capital of Halls Gap Church Wednesday night, July Don't forget that Metcalf A Foster will $200,000. The capital of the First Nation- 7, in the interest of temperance and prohib. ON SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880. sell you goods closer than anybody, al is $250,000 and lis gross earnings for six itlon. On the premises in Stanford, Ey.,ve will offer our Miss Minnie Johnson, of Stanford, will for sale at public auction of theresidence on Dm-lll- e street. This is one most deilrable resgrandest of picnics months ending June 30 were $15,003,SC. It Col. 8lauohter'8 made its regular semi annual dividend of begin a select school here about August let. idences in the place. The lot contains two acres will occur at Dripping Springs on It a ceat, comfortable frame dwelling and bis 3 per cent , paid all its taxes and expenses Mr. J. G. Martin will furnish a vacant with flie rooms beildei kitchen, lio smoke- - house, Mr. John M, Elmore asks ns to Bay and had left over $2,377.70. This latter building for a school-room- . Geo. W. Mar new stable and cirrlage house, wood and coal hoose. chicken house, corn crib, and all necessary that he is a candidate for magistrate in the sum was disposed of as follows: $1,000 was tin and family have gone to Rowland to outbuilding and an excellent cistern most conren-lentl- y located. There Is also a large quaatlty ol Walnut Flat precinct, take charge of the railroad boarding house fine fruit such as cherries, lpples, plums, grapes, carrhd to the surplus fund, $502 12 to pears, quinces and strawberries. We are deterprofits and the remainder of $875 53 at that place. John M. Fields has returnmined to sell regardless of cost. This Is the finest The Cincinnati Southern was at its old reduced the premium account. J. T. Free ed from Maderia, Ohio. Miss Annie Mur- opportunity offered In years to those who delre trick of missing connection yesterday; good property In a thriving town with good man, one of the directors of this bank, hav phy and her little niece, Susie Btugh, are schools aud railroad facilities. hence no Danville news. cash, TKUM3. ing been elected projident of the Bank of staying atBrodhcad this week. Miss Mollle twelve months with Interest remainder in six and from date of sale. A N. Ilallrond Company will Williamtburg, tendered his resignation and Boono has been visiting Miss Drusie Ware Possessions Ceptember 1st, 18S6. TheL. HAI.1.1E Slir.t.Ett, cell round trip tickets on the 3rd, 4lh and In his place F. B. MiClnry of Birbourville at Rowland. JO MIX St. J'lllljIl'S, 133td ttinfjrd, Kentucky. 6th of Julr. good till midnight on the was elected. II. C. Bright, having become GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. a citizen of the State of Missouri, also tenGtb, at half fare. Lancaster. dered his resignation and Eld. Joseph Bal-loLow. Judge J. M. Philips sold 10 Frank Coleman and Nannie Bruce, PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. was appointed a director in his stead. indulged in a fiitio encounter on shares of stock in Sazton National Bank, The undersUned have this day iorined a part- The Hus'.onville Nitional Bank with $50,-00- 0 colored, telling real of St. Joseph, Mo., at $115. This stock "Battle Row" Tuesday, for which Coleman nersaip 10 esgiKe in ids uuuoeai 01 all business estate on commission and generally capital earned $3,534 68, out of which fined $10 in the polica court the same usually transacted by Ileal Etta's Agents. Our has sold here as high as dlyidend of 3 whs It declared a charges will bo reasonable and all proper efforts evening. will be used to make a satisfactory sale of all the convicts employed at Kensee per cent, and after paying taxea and other All The Dinlel Bjone Club, a hunting and property Placed In our hands. Our facilities for advertising and obtaining customers, we consider mints were taken from there yeoterday to expenses, carried about $600 to surplus. this city, will go in tne very best, a a we win spare no expense in They All of the three banks in the county make fhhlng organization of work on the MayaVille railroad. trylog fo attract the attention of purchasers to to camp at Cold Spring Friday evening, the Property which we offer for sale. Wo respect first rate showings. passed here in three crowded cars. ask those preparatory to celebrating Saturday as tho fully us a trial.- - who have real estate for sale to giro jr. If, JI J Li.K 11, 130-1 For a rarity we shall have no oratory GEO. &. VAUVEXTER. Getting tired of hauling his coal fully glorious 4th, Stanford, Ky., June 23, 18S0, County Court day, at lead so far as is pub- two hundred yards, Manager Campbell, of The Owsley R.floa are in receipt of an licly known. This is in the nature of a Rock Castle Springs, has opened a new inyitation from the managers of the park GEO. 8. CAKFENTER. W. U. MILLEK. bler-alnfor which we are truly thankful. with a cbule leading straight down at Lexington asking them to take part in mine fjii8 oflice Is getting out n very hand-pom- e tho mountain to the door of tho kitchen the exercises there next Monday, July 5th. drilling every night this week 30'psge catalogue for President A. 8 stove. lie now contemplates the construc They are to tho same objective and will likely accept the kind cflor. Paxton, of theStanford Female ColIege.Oth tion of a Mr. W. L. Green, of Chicago, an exer schools in this section might save money point, thus solving the fuel and food probSTAr0HD, LIXCOLJC CO., KV. to their reputation by doing like- lem by a happy combination of conven- pert wheat buyer, was in this Bectlou a few and add days ago for the purpose of buying that wise. iences. -- Lonlsvllle Times. Ofice, South Side Main Street, our First NationThe Washington CKicsays: "Now that cereal. He is of the opinion that all wheat al Dank. I will give a printed guarantee with ia settled, and Preeident Cleveland has should be shocked so as to go through with Farms, Including tome of the finest all work done by me after July let, 1886, it led Miss Foleom to the altar, Senator Ed a sweating process. He says It will bring a Stock Farms In Central Kcntucdy, Town Lots This is. comparatively speaking, something and Hcsldinces, Timber and Mineral Lands for munds is preparing a resolution calling up better prico if this la done. sale on commlulnn. , .. new In Dentistry, but I am eatiified all will . .. . iox .. cormponupnee. in ls For further particular) nd fur printed The condition of Mies Kale Maion, on mn ilo section and f properties for tale. be old to on the important of it. Rwpt , I ,he whoee serious illness was noted last week, cir-lovOs-sley'- s E,.is-oopalione-eightParks-villeNeutt There is a widespread demoralisation and spirit of discontent existing in the democratic ptrlr in Kentucky, crowing out of the action and restless ambition of a few political mountebanks, who want to rule or ruin. They do not regard any action of party which stands in the war of their greed for office or ambition for leadership. The result of convention and primary elec tions are cast aside with impunity if they do not subserve the corrnnt nnrnoses of the designing political tricksters, and the party organltitiqo and consequent succeea at the polls is endangered by their unhallowed ambition and disregard for party usages. Licking Valley Schorcher. Low Prices a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All of oar Sug.r was bought before the advance and can be Mid .t the aame old price. Our Hardware, Embracing Everything ISso for that business. II I. METCALF WEiEM & FOTJEJR, MESEFEE, & ery, Dealers in all klndsof Farminglmplements and Machin wm&fr rm iKtlKUiii 4? . jjU tynm S4 NOTICE. """jra W&m Bsggiesij fSassiages -- 0$ SUKREYS,- 1VOTIGE Sprlng Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Oonl, Lumber, Etc Sale of Up ennif & IFilliite PHARMACISTS, nauLBss iw semi-annua- tf Drugs, Books, Stationery and $123,-015.4- of Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. Also JEWELERS The Largest Btock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Ever bought to this market Prices Lowor than the Lowest. Watchos, Clocks and Jewelry on short notice and Warranted. ", un-div- KENTUCKY "Blue-Grns- CENTRAL One-thir- d s 1. 1 Route." MA.TtfVIXLK Nobtii-Boumd. nrtANmi. Pally Dally Ex. Sua. Ex. Bun. M, 31, ' No.-t- fr Shortest and Quickest Boato from Oer tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Lino Between Lye Covington... ' Pari Arr Mlllexsburg Carlisle - Islington .., , u LEXINGTON Sourn-Bcroir- CINCINNATI 1BS6. 4 6, " " Johosoo Maytrllle.., 7 8 8 9 9 10 23 13 40 01 48 30 a a a a a a m 2 00 4 23 m in m m m 8 20 5 44 fl 08 6 SO 7 43 pm pm pm pm pm pm pm . BooTU-Bon- Schedule in Effect May It, Ml. Ex. Sun, Ho. Dally Ex. Sun m m m m m 1! 30u ni a a a a a 9 C3a 3 33 i 37 7 25 7 46 8 10 Ho. ll Daily Ex. Sun 1 89 2 28 2 60 3 is 6 10 fi 00 KO. 64 .No.Ja $1-1- Dally Ex. Bun 2 00 3 4 6 6 83 38 15 10 osml-annu- Lve. Corlngton.... " Falmouth " Cynthlana... " Lexington...., Lye. Parish Arr. Winchester Stanford Lve. KlcUmoud.... Arr. Fails.. 8 10 am 8 10 9 40 a m 9 24 10 45 a m 10 18 11 23 am 10 40 12 10 pm It 17 11 HO pm pm pre pm pm 2 " Lancaster .... 11 " . 12 20 p m 1 IUehmond.... SO o 07 0 00 am 10 II pm pm pm 20 p m 45 p m pa pm 8 03 p a 7 13 prr 5 22 Johnson Carlisle 11 Mlllersburg. pm Arr Parl pm " Lexington p m " Ciylngton .... pm Lve ' Maysylle..r, mll2 33pm pm pm pm pm pm pm azt. screa HoxTU-BorjX- Miller & Carpenter, UTtngston. .. 2 3 0 CO it p m 43am No. 3 pm Notk. Trains S and 4 are dally between Winchester, Lexlugton and Cincinnati; other train are dally except Sunday. Direct count ctlons are madb at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Sit. Sterling. Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern clt. iea. Ho. 11 No.l fhh-ladd- REAL ESTATE AGENTS Hlue-Ora- ss -- deserlp-tlouoftb- Lvo. Livingston ..... 8 10 Berea Arr. IUehmond -- ... 11 7 Lve. Ilowland.... 8 Lancaster .., 11 IUehmond... Arr. 1 Lve. IUehmond .... 2 Arr. Wlnchoster... 3 Arr Paris...- Lvo. Lexington ....I 7 a Lve Paris " C. V 'i . ' 00 am 15 am 43 a m 20 11 00 10 10 20 ami, am, am . pral 0 03 ami. pm 7 00 a m, pm 8 CO a m . Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by railroad. For full i artlculars, call on aoy agent of the company, or D. A.FEELEY, 8. V. a. MORSE, Gen. Pom. Ageut, Trav. Tan. Agent. Cnylngton. K.r. Lexington. Ky II. E. IIUNT1NGTON' Iteceirer. Unices, Covington, Ky General LE1D Fast Line.- - Noa. 8 and 4 run via Winchester, Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betweea F HUFFMAN, -- W.B.Peuuy. ' c"" lSd-Zi- u Arr. OoTlngton " !V.rat...th 45 p ml 7 23 a m 2 43 pm 30 p nt 8 20 a m 3 40pra e . . f . ., 4 7 j. is 4 m C 18 pm 8 00 p 80 a m 8 43 pm )7piuluu)a mil Ponth tide Ualn Strait, two sltori above tho Myers Kotali Par Nitrous Oxido Gas administered vhaa re quired. Offloc 6UnO!ON DBNTiaT, STANFORD, KY. A BRIDE'S ELOPEMENT. The wedding wont off boautlfully. Thero were triumphant nrchos, rojolclng tenantry, and school children scattering flowom. Tho bride looked ns charming as sweet sovonteen can look wlion It tries Its best, nud considering that she, so to speak, stepped out of tho 6ctaool-roolnf tho church, carried herself As for With commendable tho bridegroom, ho wont through the ordeal llko a soldier and a man, and looked, according to tho doctor's daughter, "heavenly." Not the loant satisflod member of tho wedding parts' wns tho bride's brother Jooy. "The glrh must look slippy after husbands in these hard times," bad been that young man's romark a year before. Spurred on by parental murmuring at empty farms and no rents, Joey had suggested a reduction in the homo establishment instead of his substantial but inadequate allowance The establishment did not quite see it Uut Joey was firm. Tho girls must marry, and ono of them, as all could not, must marry Geoffrey r UzJohnson. Ho was in every way well-ofin a eligible; young, snug berth at tho war ofllce, and heir to soernl rich and sodato relations, unlikely to commit tho indiscretions, matrimonial of modern old age. otherwise, and asked was FitzJohnson Capt. So down to Muniblothorpe, pi'Sod over flvo charming aspirants to his hand and heart, d nnd threw the handkerchief to tho young person who sent a pot of musk within an Inch of his do voted head, craning out of tho schoolroom window, on the e onlng of his arrival to catch a gllmpso of "Jooy's chum." It was rather a blow to Joey, his 4,chum" walking ott with his favorite sister, but ho bore it philosophically. Ho had always intended to oxerclso a particular care over Florence's interests when she camo out and ho was not prepared for the j ouuff lady going off so prematurely. Howover, tbo FitzJohnsons would live in London, and as Jooy was at tho foreign office and in rooms in Bury street, he could still keep an eye on his sister end see that she held her own in tho 'smart set"1 of which her husband was so popular a mombor. Joey was ten years older than Florrio, and had protho majestic carriago and clivities of a man about town. He was what is known as "a great Institution," which means that ho was invaluable in a Ho could tell country-hous- e. first-rat- e gbort stories, and and first-hancould pass the severest examination in "Ho was a pillar of strength In private theatricals, and could imitate the divino Sarah to tho life. Ho knew all tho latest gossip and could toll it without sooming In short, Joey was that rara avis, a social success. A happier couple than tho FitzJohnsons whi-they first camo to Curzon street could not bj inngined. It was only when Capt. FitzJohuto.1 settled down In his now houso and his old w. that ho made tho discovery that he had won his wifo's heart as well as her hand. During tho courtship and honeymoon the disposition of that important factor in matrimonial happiness had been doubtful. Horrie teased, chaffed, and commanded her husband in a way that to such a conquering hero was both novel and provoking. Capt. FitzJohnson had, howover, learned ttategy elsewhere than at Woolwich. Tho morning after the arrival in London tho w ily young man left his wife in hor boudoir tha latest (thing In boudoirs, executed under Jooy's supervision wondering dismally how she should kill tho time until S o'clock in the evening, when sho was told she might look forward to seeing her lord and master again. It was something more than to fetch a forgotten cigarette case that made Capt FitzJohnson retrace his steps on arriving at tho foot of tho stairs. His Instinct had not deceived him. Tho fortress had capitulated. "I love you so, Geoffrey," sobbed tho poor little wife with her bead on her husband's shoulder; and Geoffrey, as ho strolled down tho street, having promised to bo back by luncheon time, hummed "Rule, Britannia" in triumphant sotto voce. The victory won, the victor, as bo bad a perfect right to do, rested upon his laurels; but he need not have given up so suddenly the reverential worship of tho lover and assumed so Instantly tho condescending toleranco of tho husband. It was unkind of htm when he came home just in time to dress for dinner, after having been at the club all the afternoon, to plunge into that horrid French novel w ith a satisfied grunt, and barely vouchsafe his wife a word. It was downright rude of him when she leaned over his chair and stroked bis hair to snarl out savagely, "For heaven's sake, Florrie, don't paw me about like that I don't like it;" and it was positively brutal, after treating hor in such a way, to scold her all dinnertime for being depressed. But so it was. The FitzJohnson family ark, pretty little vessel as it wu, with iti fresh paint and dainty furniture, had drifted into tho current which, sooner or later, must land it upon tbo rocks. Geoffrey, Lllndod by selfish vanity, becamo Lorod with his wife's but Ineffectual efforts to please her much changed lord." Her lavish affection, varied only by ill concealed and sometimes tearful despondency, irritated him and made him more bearish than ever. It was tho old story. Things went from bad to worso. At last the first cruel rock loomed in tho distance and shipwreck seemed imminent Lady Angelica Lansdell was, so hhe said, a very old friend of Geoffrey's. "I knew him, when ho was quite a boy such a iiico boy," sho told Florrio tho afternoon sho made hor flr.t call In Curzon street She personage, a wonderful and Ouida-isof the Cleopatra typo of beauty, lithe and serpentine, with a voice that could coo like a dot o or hiss like a serpent at will She used a peculiar kind of scent that hung about tuo room long after she had left it .She was mysteriously fascinating, and Florrie detested her. This was a great grievance of CieotTrey's, who was blind to tho lieurl powder and impervious to tbo scent "Angelica" iho called her Angelica) "was a charming woman a most valuable friend." Wai it nut common knowledge that cabinet drawing-minister. met as often in her rose-li- t room ns at Downing street that she had a linger in every diplomatic piu that her statesmanship had brought ubout a royal a European tuurriago uud averted war' liven Joey admitted that sho was an unavuiuublo necessity. Her emtio or frown could make or mar a man. If. the t Iti oLUvous over hojwd to be anything tbuy uiut cultivate Angolica. Ho florrio bad to submit, but not even the husband kUo adored could mako her more than decently v'i " to the enchantress with the cruel untie, who called Gootlrey "Geoff," und who wes aim ays sending him mysterious littlo notes about gooduoss only knew what, for Florrie was never told their contents. "Tho silly littlo fool Is Jealous," laughed tier ladyship to herself as she sat in a corner, aloof trout tho "madding crowd" of a foreign otf.ee crush, pretending to listen to Geotlroy's oarnost conversation and watching, with Id teres te J amusement, his wife trying to keep an eye on her husband and, at thu umi) time, respond coherently to the civilities of a voluble attache. "I'll teach her a lesson," muttered the siren, with an angry glitter In her dusky eyes, as, for tho twelfth time, a pale, disWHY rtjLL YOU couso tressed face, with appealing oyes, was lllgWe liuro-iU- te Acturned toward the oblivious husband. cordingly Winn, ior tho thirteenth timo, tho Foreilnbr M. L Bturuo good-lookinf, shock-Loadelaw-givin- g snow-bound De-bren st well-mea- nt s whon I am put to it" But the defiant littlo melancholy operation wasrepoated, tho dis- laugh ondea in a sob and the dauntless tress on tho pilo faco gavo placo to horror, novice ran out of tho room. and tho oyos wore fixed and blank as thoy Gooffrey gnawed his mustache, fumod saw Lady Angolica, with her most entranc- about tho room, resisted, as unmanly, an ing smile, placo her hand, for a moment, impulso to run after his wife, kiss away her caressingly on Gooffrey'i arm; only for n tears, and implore hor to only bo charming momont, because It was Instantly graspod on tho old Mumblethorpo lines, and finally by both of his. decided to confine his troubles that vsry evening to Lady Angelica. "My dear old gtrll What Is tho matter) From that fair oracle he received but very Aro you seedy I oxclatmod Jooy, as ho cold comfort "My dear Geoff, It serves plunged through tho crowd to his sister's you well right You thought because sho side. had given you all her heart you wore waras soon as Gootlrey ranted in neglecting her. So liko a man. "Come has gone. I want to talk to you," whisMr. Lansdoll was just tho wmo. Now sho pered Florrie, brokenly as bor brothor Is consoling bersalf. Quite right I had no her safely at hor own door. idea she had so much sense. I admire her. Do you think sho would dine with me on Next morning brother and sister had a the fifteenth! By tho bye, If the nocosslty long confabulation, during which Jooy should arise, let mo recommend you my sotugged bard at bis phantom mustache, and licitors. They munagod Mr. Lausdoll's nnd My husband's mesFlorrio blow her noso very often. Tho in- my affair beautifully. sult seemed hardly satisfactory, for Joey sages sound almost affectionate when thoy departed, remarking that It was tho "very come to mo through tho senior partnor." deuce," and Florrio sat looking Into tho flro Heavens Had it rcAUy come to this! Not Howover, married a year and solicitors on tho tapis until It w ent out in at dinner that ovonlng there was a marked already Ijidy Angelica gave a steady FitzJohnson's glanco under her oyelashos at hor downcast Mrs. Improvement in splrlta; Indeed, so hilariously cheerful did companion. Sho bad a hoart though no one suspocted it "Look here, Geoff. Bo a sho becomo by dessert that Geoffrey acclimatized to a dead lovol of depression, felt man. Go homo and tell your wife tbotyou Inclined to resent the rise in the domestic mean to turn over a now leaf, and not tako barometer. Tho rise was a steady one. all her dorotlon for granted, but try and Next morning, when tho slavo ought to have earn It Clear up tho mystery of our 'nods Tblst powder nerrrTartes. A marrelol purity, More economical been in close attendance on her xraster, and bocks and wreathed smiles.' Explain strength and wholewueotss. sold than tbe cutting the end of his cigar, filling his to hor that the tender littlo episode at the oompetlton ordinary kinds, andorcan not be.short low teat with the multitude meokly receiving tho orders foreign ofilce was only gratitudo on yojir weight alum or phosphate powders. Soldonly In match box, nnd for tho day, she was playing a polka on tho part for my having promlsod to spoak to cans. Rotal Bakmo rownxa O, ICC Wall Street, Mew York. piano, nnd actually forgot to wish tho great the duke about that staff appointment man good bye. On and off during tho day with which you wanted to surpriso her, and found himself pondoring on tun on mine to make hor jealous and soo Geoffrey It was, what stuff sho was mado of. Tell bor I tho alteration in his wlfo. to havo her have repented In sackcloth and ashes and bore of course, a Vocotablej him about looking llko a have sent you back to her with a lloa in following Sicilian whipped dog; but, after all, that was a your ear, and tho staff appointment In your fault on tho right side, and showed that she pocket Tell her that sho Is bettor off than appreciate! her position as his wlfo. It L If her husband has noglected bor, ho was a sign of proper, If oxccsslvo, subjec- ftlll loves hor, while "God bless you, Angelica." tion; but to sit playing a polka when tho "Don't be silly. Now bo off. Aha, hat brush wa mislaid was an unheard of Comte! Euchantodo vous voir. N'avoz-pa- s Geoffrey returned dereliction of duty. ontendu des nouvellosr1 It ts a medicinal preparation, nnd, at homo oxactly half an hour earlfor to adminGeoffrey walked homo under tho stars, a tho tnuo time, an elegant and cleanly toilet ister a carefully prepared lecture to tho culprit, only to find that sho had gono to happy man. He had been a brute and a nrtlcle. Its action upon the scalp Is healththo Gaiety with Joey. Tho solitary dinner fool, ho told himself severely. It was lucky ful. It nourishes the gbnds whlchsupport winwith no ono to scold was a dismal experience, things wore no w orse. After all, if tho hair, ami causes thin, dry hair to beand Geoffrey felt distinctly aggrieved. ning his wife's heart tho second tlmo was como thick, soft, nud Igorou. It restores Next day things were no bolter. Florrio half as pleasant a process as the first, tho color of youth to locks which liao for past neglect was a was in tearing spirits, received tho doferrod tho pennnco becomo faded with ago or disease; am lecture with ribald laughter, dismissed his light ono. It was striking Vi as bo lot himrelieves and cures Itching, caused by theories of wifely duty as "hob." and had self into the dark halL The darkness was the audacity to refer him to Lady Angolica, uuusual; for S mares always loft tho gas humors of the scalp. Dr. George Gray, who, no doubt, was an authority on that burning for his master to put out Ills ashua, N. II., writes: "It ghes me every other." Geoffrey match box was empty: but thoro might bo subject as well as pleauro to testify to tho wonderful effects Tho men at a stray light in tho pocket of his Inverness. was very moody all that day. produced by Hall's Vegctablo Sicilian Hair the club voted him slow, and Lady Angel- To tbo solemn ticking of the hall clock the Ilencwcr, as obscn ed by mc In very many It ended prematurely ica called him a bore to his face. It was search commenced. very annoying, but ho was obliged to ad- in the sudden opening of tho drawing-roocacs.' It will certainly nusToni: mit to himself that his triumph over the door and tho Hooding of the landing at tho THK IIAlll TO ITS OIUGINAl. COLOR. It subUsation of bis wlfo had boon a little top of tho stairs with light Somo one was cleanses tho head of dandruff, nnd leaves premature. Tha process mast be continued, still up. Might it not be Florrio waiting tho hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." I T. and ono great element in its final success for him! Geoffrey walked quickly to tho Saiulhcln, 1010 Spruce t., Philadelphia, was, bo told himsolf with socrot gleo, tho foot of tbo stairs, but stopped with ono foot Ta., writes : " After unavalllugly trying on the lowest step, as it turned to stono. It unlo&s sho had suddenly and unfact that, a number of preparation? to prevent my accountably altered, sho loved him to dis- was Florrio and somo ono else cugagod in As that opening ho walked rapid, breathless conversation. traction. hair from falling out, and, realizing that I "Delay no longer anima mla. Ho may up Curzon street, it was this thought was fast becoming bald, I tried, ns a last bo be back at any moment" to that made him prepared resort, Hall's Hair Hcncwcr. I hac used we should ho con"Ob, Luigl' I dare not If very gracious and as lenient as only four bottles of tho ltcncwcr, and am sistently could bo toward any littlo excess meet him, be would kill you." -perfectly satisfied that It Is the best prep.v Vicnt: Yieni:" of youthful spirits. A sharp strugglo with rttlon In the market for checking the Geoffrey steadied btmsolf by tho banister tho latch key was cut short by tho butler falling out of hair, Invigorating the hair opening tho door to let a visitor oat Tho and waited. Then, shown up by ths suroccurrence so late iu tho afternoon was rounding darkness as a tableau vlvant, roof, and promoting a new growth." strange, and tha nppoaranco of tho visitor there appeared on tho landing his wife, so singular that Geoffrey stared at tho ap- booJod and cloaked, looking fearfully out parition in unfeigned surprise. His (for into the dark abyss before her and clinging tho visitor was a man) faco was partially convulsively to the arm of the Italian-Co- unt Sparlattl. There was a yell, a shriek, concealed by a slouch hat What there lOU Till. was to bo seen appeared to to of nn ollvo and an oath as Geoffrey boundod up tho solzcd tho Intruder by the cloak, hue and adorned with a sweeping black stairs and mustache. Inky locks hung In profusion just as he endeavored to retreat into The yell was a down almost to bis shoulders, and tho rest tho drawing-room- . commends itself to all who havo occasion of "Hero's of tbo body was concealed in a cloak that broken English rendering to tne n do for tho beard or mustache. a go." The shriek found expression In would havo mado tho fortuno of any meloIt will change gray, faded, or sandy On the stage Mrs. FitzJohnson's "Lulgll Lulgll" and the oath was well, drama. visitor would havo boon in his element In never mind what Tho chase and struggle whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black, Curzon street ho apparently was not; for, was desperate. The count, who had left his as desired. Tho colors produced are with an oath or at least some foreign ex- cloak in his assailant's hand, cleared ottonatural and lusting. Itcanuot bo washed sounded to Geoffrey rather mans and chairs with astounding agility. clamation that off, contains no destructive Ingredient, gavo a swift glance Mrs. FitzJohnson's heroics had degenerated like "pickled onions" he is cheap, safe, convenient to ue, and nt the astonished captain, ran down the into hysterics, to judge from the peals of effectual. stops, and disappeared in tho gathering laughter with which she greeted the count's I'ltKl'AHED 11 Y deiptrato efforts to capo. At last ho was gloom. cornered, hissing and scratching like an en"Who tho dickens Is that, Squares!" &, CO., Kasha, N. H., V. S. A. 5. r. HALL "Tha gentleman did not give his name, raged tomcat "Oh, Geoffrey, bo careful Sold by all dealers In medicines. sir. He said as how Mrs. FitzJohnson bo careful His beautiful bairl" for the Inwould know who he was. and I need not an- furiated husband had bold of a handful of nounce him." Squares spoke In a tone of tho Italian's matted locks. Tho warning respectful indignation at this outrage on tho camo too late. There was a tug, a groan, Geoffrey kept his presence of and lo and behold, not only a handful, but convenances. a whole head of raven tresses remained In mind. "Ob, of course. I had forgotten. I had the victor's grasp. The flowing mustache forgotten. What time did tho gentleman came next while (This as an come. "A very good joke, Jooy, my boy," lilts from tint true contentment which gasped Geoffrey faintly. ascending the stairs.) Indicates perfect health of body and mind. "Oh, Joey, water brandy I He U not four, sir." "At half-paYuu may jiosscss it, if jou will purify nnd Half-pas- t four! And it was now half-pa- well We carried It too far. I told you We Intljrnrato your blood with Ayer'i Sara-p.trlllsovon, ought not to do it It's all your fault," K. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., scolded Florrio with all a woman's treach"Did any ono else call this afternoon!" w rites : " I suffered for cars with Scrof-ulot- n "Yes, sir; but after the gentleman camo ery, and hor arms round her still dazed husMrs. FitzJohnson told mo to say 'Not at band's neck, and calling him ell the namos humors. After using two bottles of of tbo honeymoon. homo' to any other visitors." Ayer'i Sarsaparilb, I was a success though," "I think my plan Geoffrey did not wait to bear r.ny more, t He said Joey, as be wished his sister but dashed Into the drawing room. half expected to find his wife the ictim of under tho relit gas. "I think it was," said Florrie with a an assassin's knife. On the contrary, she was at that eternal piano, playing a dreamy happy laugh, "but no ono must ever know great relief. It has entirely restored mo to sonata of Rubinstein's. On his entering about it" health." James French, Atchison, Kan., And no ono ever did, except one person; tho room sho halt rose, but on seeing who writes: "To all persons suffering from was she lesumed her seat, exclaiming, but then she knew everything. it Liver Complaint, I would strongly recom"That's a very clever boy, Jooy," inusod "Oh, it's only you'" mend Ajcr's Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted , "Whom did you think it was! That Guy Lady Angelica over her morning cigarette. w l:li a dlsoaso of tho liver for nearly two Fawkes back again? Who, may I ask, is "I must soe what can be done for him." Belgravia. bo, and what was ho hero from half-paj cars, when a friend advised mc to tako four till now for, to tho exclusion of eiety- this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and Interesting Experiences body elsor has cured mc." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 Geolliey was gradually working himsolf Hlrsm Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Colunibui, DwIht st., lloton, Mais., writes : " For up into a passion. Florrio mado no attempt lis., lei his experience thus: "For three jeara sccral years I have used Ayer's Sana-parllto calm Mm, but smiled faintly and struct: hare triad erory remedy oa the market lor in my family. I nocr feel safe, a few aggravating chords on the plana Kidney DIirderi, l,u tjot no relict, un"If you really caro to know, that 'Guy til I used Eltctr'c Ultlers Took flro bottles and even Fawkes,' as you aro pleased to tall him, la am now curwJ, and thlix Elcctr.c Bitters tbe beat Count Sparlattl, an old Dresden friend of Bio dJ'urlflerln the w irld " Major A. h. Keed, Jooy 'a Ho is an Italian, and when Joey of West Liberty, Ky, uied Electric Bitters lor an came back from Dresden the count camo old standing Kidney aif.ctlon anil siys: "Moth without It. As a liver mcdtclno and with him to learn English. He was always lug has ever done me so much food as Fleclrlc Ah, mol another plain-tlv- o Hitters" Hold at SO cents bottle by Penny & general purifier of tho blood, It lias no at Mumblethorpo. chord what happy days those were. equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, AVIntcrpock, And what fun wo had! The count was my McAllster. Va., writes: "My youngest child, two stvoetheart then." A Captain's Fortunate Oiscorery. years of age, was taken with Bowel Com"Why, you were only 0 years old!" plaint, which we cou! 1 not cure. "Wo tried Cpt. Coleman, scar. Weymouth, ply In between 'That's all" (another still more plaintive many remedies, but ho continued to grow Atlantic City aul N. Y., had been troubled with chord) worse, and finally btcamo to reduced In "Don't be a fool, Florrio." Tho passion aroujh that ie wis unable to sleep, sod was had dioJ out and the lecturing mood taken inducjd to try Dr. King's New Discovery fur Conflesh that wo could only inovo him upon Its place. "You are it now, and quite old sumption Is no: only gave him Instant relief, a pillow. It was suggested by ono of tho sarenois In his breast. enough to know that it is not proper to have but allayed tbe extreme doctors that Scrofula might bo tho causu with His children vre similarly allected and a single mon staying three hours of tho trouble. Wo procured n bottle of King's New you, and to tell tbo servants you aro at doie had tho eatne nappy effect. Dr. Do you understand!" Dlvovcry la now tbe standard rtniedy in tbe home to no ono else. "No, I dou't; tbo blue eyes opened tbolr Coleman household and on board tbe schooner, "I thought it was tho 'chic' thing I res Trial Bottlei of Hits Standard Rimedy at widest to da Of courso at Murabletbropo they Penny A McAlistei's lJrug Store. would be awfully shocked, but then thoy Positive Cure for Piles. Tnoy oveu have family are so prayers. But since I have been married I To tbe people ol this county we would say tbat and commenced giving It to him. It Mirely have gained experience. I havo seen several we bare been given the AijiLcy of Dr. Marcblsl's worked wonders, for, In a short time, Iio Lady Angelica for in- Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed 'charming women.' Could you wish me to take a better to cure or money refunded Internal, external, stance. was completely iured." model! Hence if any ona notlcos my friend- Blind Bleeding or Itching PI . Price JOc a box. Sold by all Druggists. ship with count Hparlatti you can tell them Toresleby Penny iMcAllster, Drugglats. I knew blm when bo was 'quite a boy-s- uch Prlco $1; Six bottles, $G. that a nice boy.' 1 may soon become so Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Vbarming' that I can inako love in public Mass., U. S. A. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl's 'nice boy's' face, put my band smile in the Femalo Keiordy, t cure Feu ale Dishis. Only on his arm for blm to clasp in troubles, Intlsuiinatlou and this sort of thing requires practice, so you eases, such aa Ovarian Dliplar erne t or bearing Ulceration, Falling and must not think it strunge If I have a few Barrenness, Change o i private rehearsals when I am 'not at homo' down felling, Irregularities,many weaknwieaiprlug-in- g Llfe.Leucborrhaa, besides to the world at largo." STAB FORD, KY. from tbe aboTO, Use Head ithe, Bloat ng, dpi-c"How dare you speak like thlil" Nerv-u- s Debility, Weakness, 81fepleness, "Oh, you dou't know bow much I dare W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Pill POWDE! Absolutely Pure. THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y- irTO . -- VslvVMassE-siiViLljiiHssHvlsssswIssssH MACKINAC- Summer Tours. roar Trl t ." . M SJjlUJ-iS--- - CjP-- ,r - -- wSl4, .. il Interior Journal PaTANH-OIlD.-tKY- P&lftos nt Week Btwsn DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Steamers. 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Also a Fourth and Malo, Fall Line oi Buggies and Wagons LOUISVILLE, Alvaya on hand. In connection with my plement Dullness, I will tin carry a Im- KY. The "Apollo Yoke" Hblrf. Men's Funilsliliijr Good?. Complete Stock of Lumber, Doth rough and dressed. Trices on ererytblng as Low HJ-trr iiH any one. Reaptctfully . 31. I solicit a sbare of your patronage, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, IlilVCV. Fropr i g) tfltlltVUtl NtwAllAYCHICAS0lJU"' This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains it High Roputation, AND Proprietor ia Through Coaohos nnd Pullman Ita Shim be rieoondDetermined tht it to no Country Sleeping Oars. Hotel in the State in iti Pare, From Appointmenti, or AttenLoiIIHTillU (O C'lllCHROs tion to Comfort of their Gaeita. CIllClllIllliI lO ClllCARO, IllllllHliipoliH (O ClllCHKO Baxsase erlllte tORTtyed to and front hi 4i tree of ehargs. Rrerlal acroumoJatl oas to Commercial Trte!ers. Tbs liar will THROUGH TIME TABLE always sipplled wltk tba choicest Via LouIiTllle: Lte. LouliTllle Air. lafayettA- - krasJt of Llasora aa4 Clears. Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS " Chicago ..... ... 17 50 p bi I S 20 p m j - tn I'l.Opu a ro VO 800am Abdallah Gloncoo! fewAOatw t. The noted t.rreder, will make the of ttiit at my .table 7K rail- -i 30 a u 18 Upta south of lluitontllle, on Cincinnati If7 " Indlanapulla...... (iJ t p m 11 JO p to iDtuustonvllle an I Lib. S 70 pm I (Main rr. Chicago......... ..... .. ertr turnnlk. jih.t.ti.f lllnm I. I.w t It... Dally tl'ally eireptBunday. No. SCO; trial 317 ord 3 so, and half brother VL. to P. C. 8 . rmr.1 J i. - .. I! sure yonr ticket reads tla tba .. '..-- . 9. Via Cincinnati.- ...., uu 1 MONON ROUTE, (L. N. A A C. IVf) as It la the quickest, the best and moat line to Chlca go and points In tbe Northwest. Tickets rta the Monon Route on tale at all principal ticket oAcm. For rate, map and lull In formation, addre WM. H. BALDWIN, O.P A., Chicago. A. J.O'UEIIXV, O.ri. A., Louisville JS4i i 83and Mark r'WakellWd. KiTlew 2 trial J .1" ?.?" racer, dlrt Happiness L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R, B. TUC UKKAT I.ycurirm 20. by dam Jlattle H. by Willie 1. (by KorelfnerHr.t Imp. Olenco.jIJ dim Bottle C. by Cunningham's tapper Uottcm; 3d dam Mlnerra Dunrai by Imp. fd. Jo tlmo by HI. hlino, No. J7J, Iit Ale. ander'iAtda'.at JS, t.y Kyadyk'a llambletonlan No. 10: Joeklmo'e 1st dam by Mambrlno Mmfen-te- n Wl lite D.'a dam by 8tarli(bt, by Cherokee. T Imp. Planter, AUlaltab nienco'a colli are kind, fine and Ut and end incurs, both In barneet and onder tbe aaddle. I hare on otbls tbat with Tery little bandltiif trotted a In 40 ace.; also another tbat was as promlilng. butow. Inc loan srcldsot has nerer been trained. Abdallah Otenco, allhouf b a natural saddle horse, trotted a full mils on a 10 are. slow track In 3 45, ylthelx weeka or two months' bindllnr. timed by II. I'ot. oflioyle county. Mr. 1'. says bo could show a 3 SO salt any time. Call and s my stock Dolor breeding elsewhere, and sare money, for be roaeeaars some ol lb best running and trotting croe In eiUteuc. II Is a beautllul brown, UK hands high (gelding measure) superior bona and muKle atd standi for tke small sum of n .,) re.5V & . aftor-theug- THltOUGil TRUNK LINF TO $10 the Seaton or $12 50 to Insure. I will alao st a. TU- B- Mcelroy, ui itand my fine jack, SOUTH & WEST WITH good-nigh- Found Pullman Palace Sleepers, I,llllVlll' Atlanta, lo ftuNiiilllc bands J Inches high, much atyle aiahorie. lie a flnt-clbreeder and will awe Jenneti at J0. Uareeeen three of his colts from Jennets tbat do honor to any Jack Marea parted with renders the aeason due. Those who ease traded mare bred laat season are reminded tbat my money Is due and expected. Care taken to prerenl accidents, but not rupon-alabould any occur. ' X. N. roiVKLL taaflril-claaajsckan- AlftOtolniar. aslie Is IS wltn One bone and d bl .w mil phi, .llonfuoiucry. Danvillo Wilkes IfiSdat my I.lrcry Ma Mi In Stanford, Ky., and wjll lie permitted 10 a limited number ot maieiat ! st MohtnHii(l .'t OrleaiiH. Little Itocli. Will make tbe learna of urn Only one change to points Id jft f U titoui-acha- nl At Home teto-a-tet- o Sarsaparilla ATEE'S rill IVtlfin BAVwIaa. ,m Mn.t . "ti.iv.i.ini. -uereu, fjvry jo miur a ,ae :i.iZ'" ''uu T?"1 colt, taciis atcertaiueti.or tf.Ttolnsu-- a It Ing dut whou the Colli! oaled. DaovllU Wllkai Is a beautiful mabogony-baatandlng 13 h.nds hlgh.of ura.t trotting ac Becking bom a on tbe line of tbli road will receive special rate. iiODi'.diillJf,iol,n,,,,1'mlle ln 2 SO: quarlera in avsTHcie Agents ot thl Company tor ratos, routes V, w.,,b lllnit 4 years, and li.i already dlstlLKulshed blmielf aa breeder Ho la a coun. Ac, or wrlt. terpart of Alcyone, but a larser borso In erery C. I'. ATMOKE, O P.AT.A-UuliTll- le, and bis gait and blood llnca alio similar and Kyi !t?e.,V.m(5;e'U0,,, f.row ,,,e " Oto. Wilkes PhilTnpuipioD la 111. dril and ouly pld that has been handled l.Hallle Vagen, naund Inhonorofonoofthefalreit and brightest Jewell pi Indiana, and Is a worthy natnciake of royal blood, as abo hat showed a gait cloee to 3 40, being handled by a colored boy. tike her Uro, ah has a lerel brad and a good gait. Danville Wllkee Is by Lylo's Oeo Wllkci. Jr, dam 01 Danville Wilkes be Skedaddle; bkcdaddle by Ollrcrj lit dam of Skedaddle by Medoc; 3d dam .. imp, opreal Eat e: SthiUm uui Araius ' n. v. Wlt.f it.i. siuaaiu itlfl trace him further Into the thoroughbred fim- Danrllle tnvf Dice!oyr.V 0Tt ib dM ;VI Vf!.l",1 dam Meadlcy by Waxy, 3d dam - EHfeSLMHHMBAflBBBSaBBBBBBBBT dam Frank. Waxy, tbs .4 " Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS $15 (lie Ki'iiNoii, wisllMa y, uu.,-r.v- WgK-..- ' JtM"fr per month. Due car taken to prevent accidents, but will not bo respon- slble should any occur. "-l- t A. T. SVXXEhhEY, Stanford. Petrol,3ddaiuTomIIal. (Uut furolihel at 82 ' I rm Harrg 2 3-- a a tz nSSwa 1 era t o - m m ?.3 o s o H O !ot t i ' t CHICHESTER'S ilie (iriKinitl iiihI ipinu.ifi nriut ' ''. S?"''1 w i, A p 6 1 . 1 11. 1 v - E.'SH. ...iiiro. n v II NAME SolJ lairnr.lrr'ft latuiiii Li t.a t I hiril.ti PAP1 V Jm.4 Vh- 4Dl H'ji.' llruil. , rr) n hi r. . tr' tj .iwfl.n I'riinsniTiil l'H -- For aale by Dr. M.L. BODRNE, Stanford. OPERA HOUSE 55 o al zU,i( ?5 9 SBJf iBfy 0' lagciir.t'BHaV to a lurajW w l o iYu 1M- icmc.liei, u.l hi, ri.ei llnici u.ilmul iiiUtM. IM, Ot,t,knlhtf,a u the salts ol thit clut vur.rsiv IIHOS . JjH rllf Palpitation ol th Heart Ac. Tor sale br DrugSend to Dr. when ahlloh'a Cure gists. PrlcetJl and $1 0per bottle. 8lse of Stage, 20x80. Eight complete sets of Seen for pamphlet, trte. ery. Beating capacity, inciuumK gaiiery, ovo nd I :' J B.MarchUI.Ullca, N. V., io 10 fOc Urnunabl6 rat.-- i to good attractions. A MeAlWter Drugs'! For sale it Penny ix tht YM.'m WC.r . njBS5BSffl ""y 7gcloc.fihtollm. i I'irU, T Ohliwon ilia Uoi X tli p.jMieand now rtau tmonii tht IciHId Kiu llraitfucd, ra. 8 ' II i ti urt.au 11. .41 00. 0.ii ii,