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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885061601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Sems VOL. XIV. Ititenof mtfn STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1885. NO. 30. -- THE BROTHERS. JPubllHhcil TuvnitatiH Frtilnvn An Entortaining and Instructive S3 rial Story, 89.UO XI31l ANNUM. if In to When paid" strictly adraice. I( wo baro wait nv time. i'J.flO will be chanted. Written Expressly for tbo Interior nal. Jour- W. P. WALTON. HE EVENED IT UP. Holil of Sliietllltlr Wlilrh Isltutlier llWrutiriiuliii:. ItMMt Krvt iTv J Thoy have h lighting clog In n. saloon on Michigan nveine. Thoy not only keop him i" the stnto for sjiot cash, to fight ntiy 'jut 13 furnishes a lionp of fun to tuingtrs on by the way lie picks tip lmiuii to drop InsMo mcli outilnm a it tlm heel of their niastor. It Is n poor .seek when he doesn't crlppbs throe or Pour, Hill tic hat kllM snornl outright. man. Hie otherdny a rotig'ily iv whip In his bund mil lo ikliij- Ilka a roll of toil, entered tbo place mlluwwl ly a and called for lesr. He 'jroken-hearUand dog of roioetnble as toon ni tho loafer caught night of the :anlne there was much winking and chuck-InA l'lE'itlUB E UY MI83 MiriDItED LEWIB. 'et T.I. dre! ear-ylii- :alloti-bnnilo- d t If. J l, g. "Hotter nnd tu.it dog out," sugjrestod one, "Is it agin the rules of tho boHto!" "No, hut he'll get chewed up." "I don't see anything likely to do it, though ho ain't id tighter " "There', a dog In the hack room which ?osi snako him out In Urn tleki of the clock,"' mid tho bartonder. "Wall, 1 dunno. Trap he might and p'raps ho mlght'cn'L IViUlntn Henry alius kinder manages to srjuenk nlons; somehow." "Would j on have any objection to my bringing in my purpP "N-o- , I guM not, though 1 never eneout-ag- e (log- - lighting. " Tho wslooti fighter from tho head waters of fighting creek vra tintlod and uslierod I ft, VVIllinm Henry was half asleep in tho renter of the room, and tho lint thing he knew he was rolled over and oor, and had boll of him by tho something MirnnL It srai a Heeling crip, how ver The fighting dog fenied to get Sold ;of aotiwtblng to discourage him and ji let go an began mating and coughing. Then It wit William Henry' turn and Ik tailed In III three mlnulW time he had the run the fighter out doom ami aero street and would have klllol him In tin !wtrlan had not interfered. jutter If ",Sy. traligr, Iwwwii It doner askol the barUnder. a lie picked up the remain to carry them in "Well, William Ilenrs hain't no groat ou l f fnre. ana to kinder fighter, at I told imuii.1 of stiull help him out I uM al'Ut rU It'.awtul good for iround the vital thing!"' liens mid It sorter evens up i jwt-uItltliir AltUtil or llllliiiuiie. 1 standing on tho threshold of another life, stead of a picnic. I can't tell just what THE UEVEI.ATION. "Papa, if I must go, if I must go, come and ha come over Miss Chatter, but I know "Tho selling of a great hope is like the meet me, I'm afraid, oh! I'm afraid of the what ail you," glancing at Philip, "that netting of the run! The brightners of our great dark " Another treat dah of the V0UK Remman we saw it me picnic, wnat lifj gont! Shadows of evening fall water, the log gave way, his feetslipped oS; was so tentive to Mis Julia don't sit well around tif! And the world xermi but a he lost his hold. "Tnou whi art the resur- ot your ce'tion. I'll bet the buckle on dim n flection, itself a broader sbadowl The rection and the lift-!- he whispied as the my shoe that he iu n rest goutman, he soul sfitli'Jriwa into ltelf. Then s'sr water swept over him and b)re him awsy am so nice spoksn nnd Know ho to treat arise and the night in holy 'Hyperion. him. a geuimm of color when he Where was KJward? CHAPrEKXMI. Cdni" along honeys,'' he ssid, -- tsrtinff the Walking along oTer the field in the diWhen the water swept Eiward eft, he bavs to the stable. Yer the handsom- lost consciouncs and would have eunk est ho'es on the roid dis day, and took rection of Dr. Cligner'n, his temple throbbing, his brain In a whirl. Hehndeeen it but that the rapidity of the water bore him the purtiet young ladle and de colored all, it ctme to him with a great shock; her downstream. A little below where he fell Jadies did sinuate that you had the hand-th- e lore for his brother; she had loytd him all stream made a sudden turn; in the bend samest driver out. the time, he knew it now and he had been was a huge rock projecting from the shore TO DC CONTINUED IN OCB, NEXT. blind! blind! She ws not to blame, his far out into the water. ''YANKEEISMO IN MEXICO." generous heart acknowledged (hat. She bad Here the water dashed high agtinet it, " CHAITEKXII. ed his eyes and looked about him; no one took In a coDd many things, her mother's noar or likely to be for hours; no sound foolish pride; her father's idea of life, what bavo the rushing water and the faint, dis- - would they think of Henry? Philip's jtal- taut music at the picnic nnd the wild beat- - ouy nnd unscrupusle'nef; Chatty was ing of his orn depiiring heart. Ill look- - troubled with many misgiving) and the ed upal tho sky; as fair now ns when it quaint face in the horrid polk was a mixt- emiled upon him in his happiest moment; ure of annoyance and fun, as now and then was that some one calling? Xcl a bird she stole a look at Philip's sullen counte which sprang up from tho waters' edge and nance. "Well, yer hab been aeiIenteet,";thought flew away with a scream. He could hold his position on tho sinking log no longer; 8am bh he helped them out at home, "yer ho Mt that prevision nwful, holy, sweet of look like yer had come from a funeral IMMEXNE SIOCK OF- - WAIA. TRIMMED AXI- READY FOR THE WALL! AT - M'EOBEETS & STAGG'S. ALL PKICEN AM STYLES. PHARMACISTS, -- DKltXIS tit- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and fancy Anicies. Pbyslclsm' prescriptions siturately Also compounded. (Arkntisa "Oh, Trvel-- r ! tb el It or. "if I do not write, tlw rock will :rv out'" "That wl' writ' the rock will C17 "Yoi, it I do ut." "Now, 111 toll you If 1 wore you I would let 'em cry a little Won't hurt 'em, a fow tar won't. Slight doa 'em good."!w ald. ' You are ai cold ni Hone," "Ye, that' a fact, but I lUall not cry out ihould you fall tow riK MUil I'reiumlng in me to call you nilwP "I am unmarrlol. lr." " "Dlvorcxl, I "I wan never married, air." uiimarriodl Well, "Then how could you It make no dlllerene. I deilro to toll you glutttomethlng. Iwaince Why did I fall from that ing ami Joyou jovoui estate f 1 wt U pxMry I felt a Mirglng within me. I knew It wa a iiiumj. Tho doctor said 1 wa Ullous, but I know Itetter. I wroto a poem and instiled tho bile. Now, you "ee me the wretch that I am. Oh, had I ered my bile ni 1 had my air,' wld the fa led ixeU-i- i, addrIng nt loved him as a brother and he had looked at his own love and deluded himself. It was not vanity that blinded him but his own absorbing love, It was all clear to him now; her great interest in Henry; her request for his picture; her visit to Dr. Cligner'r; Oh! how could he hare been eo blind? he asked himself ai he almost ran along in his anxiety to get away and be alone. The brambles tore his hands and clung to his clothes, but he did not notice them as he hurried on. Cattle quietly grating, lifted their heads to nut after bim with their round eyep; fbwern, which at other times he would hare stopped to gather, bent unheeded beneath his feel, he was not even conscious of the tears which quickly followed eich other down his face, and dropped upon the coat he had put on with eo much pride. He had told Chatty tint he was not feeling well and must go home, but asked hei not to tell Henry until the picnic wa over, ))il it would make him uneasy, probshlr his evening. Now as he went along thinking about it or trying to, the chnracteritic of his nature began to acrt itrelf. He must hide his feelings from his brother, it would make Henry unhappy if he knew, to do this, he must cocquer himself. ''! will nver think of her again except as a hisier and I will never think of myself at all; I am not the 6rst who has loved in vair; why should an exception be made in my fiTot" What am I that I should demand happice" as a right''" he asked himself in hirdeep humility, "dear father in Heaven, help me to be glad of my brother's happi- then fell back at its feet in a maes of yel- low foam. Here alio it brought its bur- den of sticks and gras and landed them (on it until quite a heap had been formed on the rfc)z nmt alinri. Imrb nf It they brought down the most And most precious burden they had known and landed it there, face upward, the eyes closed, the flaxen curls clinging wet to the forehead, the breath coming in fluttering (: Hie American Itrlstles with It at Every Turn In Its Orosser Form. commonly and rightly bollovod that citizens of the United States are not popular In Mexio, though nearly all are wrong in regard to tho cnuso of the supposed dislike. It is supposed that tho Mexicans dislike us leeauo some year ago we took part of their territory. A Frenchman is, however, In high favor In Moxico in spite of the fact that Franco but twenty years ago tried to take tho whole of the country. Tbo Frenchman is likod by rich and poor, by educated and ignorant alike, whil) tha average American U liked by none. Tbo reaon is that the Frenchman there is al ways a gentleman. Like the Gorman, tho Italian, and the Ilnglishmau, all of whom aro also liked, he enters the country' thoroughly Improisod with tho Idea that tho ountry bolongs to tbo Moxicans; that they have a right to bo Just as slow, as Ignorant, on I as poculiar as they pleaso. The Mexican pnWM often talk of Yankee-Ismto deny tho existence of It U such a thing in Mexico. The American bristlo with it at every turn. It consist in a feeling if Infinite superiority which is never at a lus for a way to show itself. Its milder manifestation are a supercilious, nrmcnnt nlr. Iinnntlnned with tho natiVO a slowness and lack of familiarity with our buitieii methods, and general contempt for ever thing that Is not up to our Ideas of In its grcsser form Yonkoeismo progress. is a feeling that tho whole country really belongs to the United StaHs, and that It is only a matter of a few years at most until it, and that in the meanwe shall poM time it is in the temporary pcsesiion of a Mt of barbarians who aru entitled to uo consideration from the real owners. Perplexity of Mountaineer, il'liattanooa Times In the raftsmen, who are now arriving in our city by score, i sejtt tha typo of the mountaineer, with all hi east Tenne-e- e green characteristics, his couraga, integrity, La it week a ignorance, mil crudens. raftsman from the mountains, was coming up Market street at a rapli rate. He wore the typical yellow jeans of his locality and carried a huge mountain stall. Ashe'paasod Flicker's jewelry houso he happjneJ to glance in tba store and saw his boly rejected In the large mirror in the rear of the store-rooHe had never seen a mirror before, and rocogniz)J a familiar object in the flsure nnd supioied it was one of hi fi lends He glanced a second time, hi foaturos broadenel into a smile of recnlti.vj, and straightening up he gazjd intontly nt tho reflection in tho mirror and exclaimed: "Walt a mlnlt, I'll bo thar, Uill," nud tho tains Instant ho hurried around tho toro to meet his supposed friend. He fouud no ono Ho returns 1 and looked rather perplexed. to the door nnd looked back, and on seoing tbo tiguro again the frown loft his faeo, and, shaking his list nt tLe tlguro, ho exclaimed: nw, Bill; I'll cms right away!"' "Wait and ran aroun I tin corner again as quickly Ho marched for Nsvoral as ho coul 1. minutes, nnJ. on falling to find hU friend, returr.od t the stieet, looking mow than ever. He gluneed furtlvaly into the store, shook his head aud continued up tho street, completely noiipluiseJ, und evidently deeply digutjd with tho (Hieer antics of hN imaginary friend. ('or. New York Pci.l It is JEWELERS. The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware ETcr bought to this mtrket Prices Lover tban the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on shott notice and Warranted. '''fA''SxSxk!"Hk HARDWARE IIOISK OF gasps. It was not long before he opened his eyes THE NEW GKOCEKY 1 llght-heartt- nm-wl- "You are n fool," 1 aid tho fading woman, rMlng. bbouM have Known "Yw, I am n er ilo It again." bettor. 1 will ' tc. 1 "Kail to lock the door when 1 boor gentle footstep, ioft and low." Her UrU pipped a she Ultted through the door. u Wrone liiiprelon. lUnUvllle Commercial At the circus some of thoe who ooeupled watt in tlio res)rvd chair depnxtinant nn iimuslng and iugiUr Incident, Near thet pof the canvas v,a n wetUireesed gentUiitiii. who, at tho rglnnlir, of the bright mid lively. emed lierfornmtJC). huud Ukii Aftirn while, however. hU to sleep.fell Ho IiU breast nnd he went fnt In tht tMiidition for about tnonty niluuU's, when all at onco, muck V) tho surprise of the men who were near him nnd quito a much to tho hom)r of observant loliet, he took oa" his coat, and in a teeming effort to hang It up, dropped it down to tho grouifd underneath thetwiU Thon ho took off hl shoo nnd sent them tumbling afU--r hi coat, nui wns about to divest himself of his pantnlooui when some ono punchod him lAtarply In tho "IV) what!" llmlrr it wit-neM- xl 4& ov-cr- HI mm Ho nro-- with n start, and for n momont looked blankly around libit. Thon mddonly taking In tbo situation, ho turned n red as n roue, and swinging from the plnuk dropjiod down under the keata to got his coat and fchoos. Tho sleoplng youth was ovlnoutly laboring under tho Impression tlmt ho was In his room at homo, and was rapidly preparing himself to eo to boil whon uwaken!. u rib. r at, I m in m un ) ui ,1m 1 m Mil i What Parents Fear. psrents olilcct to Mini ooruai-ainrrU- llr many ijusck noitruun s HWclr to engemlor or erv coursaes lore for stroni drink. Tbey arc right lutter.lUnf .llioiio tban of drunkenneis. The us of Parker's Tonic does not InTolre this dsn- ger. It not only bullJs u p tlie system, curing all ailments of the sumach, llrer aaJ kUnoys, hut It stimulates without lotoilcatlug ami absolutely cures the appetite for liquor. f walit IMIra are frnjucntly preceded t J" a latin bck, Mm nnd luwer purt of tli aWoimn, cawlnstlMptleiit to ni.ioehehseroa(r.Ttlon, At time-ot tha kidneys or mUUlurlrij flitult'iirj, ) mitom of lodlgiatiiti nr. presrHt, ai unii.liiiti of tlu stuniA'li, eti. A moisture, like Inspiration, producing a iy dlrtgrftle Killing, aflr plllne v irtn, Is a r) common attendant. Illlivl, l!lKllns; mid Itcbln; Piles )UM at owe to the anrllmtloiionir. ltownko's I'll lieunly, which acts iMieetly the irU rffKted, absorbing the Tumors, u.liylns tk latenw Ueblnjand aUKtlnja AJdren the Dr. Irtiviitiit cure, l'riee SC IJFanko Medldae Ce VI ,u, Ohlf Soli by MoIUb-erts- cuiti: l'oit 1'iiiKv ,lui UU (Ml. uJt- erts. - ter. tot any V, ub cts. Stagj- - and looked about him, wondered where he ' was, why he was lying there his clothes wet, the surge and roar of the water in his earr; he raised himself on his elbow and his eyes fell in a dazed way on a polk bon net with glaring red ribbons. Chatty! The sight of it recalled it all; the picnic, the home walk, the log which let him into tho water; he knew thst he was safe, tba' Chatty was near. The sound of hurrying feel and there was Chatty with a big, strong loikiog ratn whom she had by the coat sleeve and was pulling along, her hair blowing about her face in a crazy fashion, tier ilreM uisorueaeu anu an appearance ol the wildest agitation. When she saw Ed ward sitting there she let go the min's coat and running to him ss.nk on her knee at his side. "Oa Kiward! E Jward! Edward!" she cried, "I thought that you were dead." "No, Chatty, thanks to heaven, I am yet alive said the boy mournfully, a the recollections of the day ctme over Li mind. Don't cry, Chatty." lifting her tear wet face from her bands, 1 am safe and all ribt now, you aro not sorry that I'm aim? ' in abtntering tone. "Oh' no! no! ' said Chatty too overcome ness." to resent the charge. One of Elward's traits was a desire to "Then don't cry; you make me feel as if see others happj; in childhood lie gave up his playthings to other children and enjjy-r- d I had done something dreadful," Eiward nimself watching their pleasure; at esld, rising to his feet and giving his hand school he was ready to help any one that to Chatty, whom he helped to a standing he could with their leton or give up his position and drew her trembling arm pltce in a gtnie to a wistful loiker on; he through his. "Well, sir, how do you find yoursell?" had given his leisure hours to Julia, first, asked the man whom Chatty had found in simply became she sesmel to detire his To his brother he considered it a field near by and brought from his work presence. a duty as well as a pleasure to give way in to assist her. "Oj, very will, thank you! that i I'm everything. He had laid aide his school not hurt, only wet and cold. I'll hurry life and daily couipinionohip with Julia to mine a sick old m in in a lonely house; all home now and change my clothes." Then this hvl been done gladly, no need of help; thanking the man for his intended kindbut now he wn cillcd upon to do that ness he and Chatty started back to the road As thoy hurried along Eiward asked which he felt he was not able to do alone and earnestly he rtised his ioul to Him. her how she happened to be near him, and "Help me to be glad of my hrother'n hap sho had told him that she had noticed how wretched and ill ho looked all day nnd pincss." In is ling home he had chosen the field when ho went home aho had followed him because there wa lew dtn?or ol uiieting for fear that he might be too ill to reach any one and in his present stato of mind home, "and it was well that I did, of courfe nothing wa les desirable. After going a I was of no help, but you would have felt considerable distance he came to the stream b.tdly to have awakened and found no one far up upon which Henry and Julia were near you " "I didn't know what a brave, sweet little at that moment rowing. The Ptrettu w.i high here, eweeping along between its girl you weie Chatty," said Edward pitbinki with n dull roar. Oj one side n ting the hand which retcd on his rm. When they reached the road Coatty innarrow skirt of woodland shut off already iheravsof the evening sun, on the other sisted on Eiward going home, it wasn't far side, well cultivated field' etretched nway to the picnic ehe told him, and she could to the rnal. About a mile from the point easily go alone, no harm would come to where Klward emerged from the woodland her. In spite of all that he mid she would not let him acnompany her, but bidding a bridge crossed the stream, the ros.d running over it, but here, there was nothing good bye she ran off at the top of her in the way of a crowing but an old beech speed. He followed at a slower pace, keeping log which had fallen across the stream on this side, its great roots were standing high her insight until ehe bad reached her destination in safety, then turned and went to in the air, the other end retted on the op posite bank, but the bink bad fallen in, Dr. Clignes'u. Chatty ran bo fast that aho reached the carrying the end of the log eo low that it was submerged about a foot in water; 1 place juat as Sim was bringing the carriage sloping, rotten bridge. around. Without waiting for the others "I will get my feet wet," the boy she climbed into it and sat there much thought, "but if the log will bear me up Hushed and out of breath. "Where'd you been gone to Misa Chatter? that will make little difference." He stood for a moment irresolute, looking up and you'd as red as a rose and pantin' like a down the stream, lizzird," asid Sam with the familiarity of "It will surely bear my weiglit, I'm too an old and privileged servant. "Down tho road a piece, Sam." tired to go back so far." He rolled up his 'Taipb! well I mus say it grees with yer pints, climbed upon the trunk and started serosa. It bora his weight well until bn color, but not vh' yer href or bonnet either, was half way aero?', picking hi wy cire-ful- ly fur ii'i cot anu ider crook in it, it coulJn 't with luted breath nnd arms lifted to be much wu, tho'," muttered Him, as he give him balance, then suddenly it mink a held open the door for Julia, whom Henry foot or two, the water rmhln half way to wa just bringing up and helped in, thou hi, kneei and almott knocking htm oil promising to call the next day he bade He steadied hime!f qu'ckly and turned them good bye The ride home was made in silence, Juto retrace hi step. Tin lilt! Every movement caused it to sink lower, the wa-- t lia was wrapped in her own happy thoughts; Chattv was thinking of Eiward ir was to his knee now and the log swayed and dipped so that hts heart sank in him and full of sympathy for him; she thought with dread. What was he to do? He lift also of Julia and Henry; her quick micd TAYLOR BROS. Would A1 ki.dly tik yourattettlon o. to tbefsct that they baTO just returned froia the cities with Ir h and well selected stock of CHOK E alusp In endless variety, dslnty In ijuallty and satisfactory In prices; this we guarantee, at all times to supply every want la our line. FAMILY GROCERIES duralin shall bo- OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Consists of the Standard Brands ot Europe and America. Our large line of Cooking Moves includes the Justly celebrated 'Great Western Reserve" and many other family favorites. Our China, Olut and Quecniwire stock consists In part of Table, Tea nnd Chamber Sets complete, Olasiware richly cut and etched. 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A Are yon failln?. try Wrtxs' IlEALTn He hXE.i, a pure, cuuu, wuuitiuuj t'i r Brain, Nerves. FtTirh. U cr Luncs. AU fncqualcd Invij iraut. lures KBMfflll DYSPEPSIA, rbllU. Ileadacbo, Tevcr, Acuo, 3. WELL3, I i and m Ui, The I'atnl Leap. (New York Toh 11 Toples.1 umateur theatrical aro ex Of awn pectod to bo diversified by startling Incidents that tiro not laid down on tho play bill. Thoo are what mako them intor estlng. Ono that occurred not long ago during a performance of tho "Homanco of n Poor Young Man," wa almost worth Incorporating In tho play. A spring Iwd had been provided tortile booric Manuel to cast hlmsolf upon when ho makes his leap from tho tower. Tho springs wore strong, indeed a little too much so fur the dramatic inter-o- t of tho scene. Tho agony had Ixmmi all piled up, Mauuel had taken tho fatal leap, and the aullenco were Just about to expros tholr gratification In w long drawn "Ahll" whon, mirabila dictu, tha luckless lover reappeared, shot upward by tho powerful springs, to within 11 full view of nil. A ith cotnmondablo preonce of mind ho kisod hit hand to tho fallen Marguerite, and shriok ing out yet another last farewell In touei that absolutely olectrilled tho aaombly, disappeared to rise no more. IlWuiiirrk'n llnsliies. Iteriin letter. Prince IHsmarck's private affairs have just boon Invoitlgatod, and it is found that tho revenue of tho estate of Ynrzln, in I'omeraulti (presjiitod to Prince Ilisimrck by the nation in UO"), is noarly s?10,0vtt a year. The great forest property of in Lunenburg, was prosjntod to tho prince iti 1S71. Tho timber of tbi egtati brings In i'&.OOO n yenr, and the farms stout Tho rental of Bchonhausen Is ?5,000 fO,OUO, n yoar. Pr.nee iiluinrck has ereetsd extensive paper mill and manufactories both Frledslelnruho, ami tha-it Vurzin andvery biiccestful, aud bring havo proved year. a nearly in him Hlsaniiuul Income, therefore, I upwards of ot hU salary as jOJ.OJU a year, exclu-iv- o chancellor (51ii,500 nud allowances) an his pension of i "J.ti'iO as a former minister of Lauenburg. The prince U n mot enterprising landlord, and has greatly Increased tho lvalue of his estates by judicious improvo- Fried-rlchsruli- DEBILITY &WEAKNESS. TORPID n V, Nice to take, truo merit, unenualed for . LIVER.. anil Night Nervous Ktiual Decline. Leannc-s- , it. w r but., 0 forS3.0J,nt Unnjelsts. Swoats, Malaria. wcnKnuss, 1. J u. a. a. d Jersey City, Buchu-Paib- a . the Itemnrknblo Cures of Catarrh of KidBladder, Intlaramatlon, Irrltatlonof ney s and Bladder. Stono or Gravel Diseases of tbo l'rostato (J land, Dropsical Female Diseases, Incontinence of Urine, nil DIsousps of the Ocnito- Urinary Orgnns in either sex. Tor or Unnatural Di.'banres use also "Chapln's Injection r leur.' tncliSL Kor hil'IIII.IS ilther cojjtrjrtcd or hereditary taint, uo Chapln's 1 tlon Bitter Wj Chapln's Sypbulilo Wis, 0). il bottles alve. ti LynipSpf I'Uls. tsa v; ir Es jprosson 01 Biiv, vi "'.f'-C- -" receipt K. 8. Wrtw. Jerxer t'' Swclllmrs, v-- I lTw ' ;. ; - g f , , &ZrrmfflW ttrvnx vviBwi my p 1 '&& KKE3& 'Tsiriiii;. inofunAyE Ri In the rnnipaliit rmicrrutiiK nnr cools, which never teems to e'en as tlie jeers go by, but on tbetoutrary enu to twelllii voluuie, we wonder It lia not ifiutml iui y of ttiu wlm find the complalnl in iiriildiblt- tlui ney bae cue way ol 1; uatii-r- s ukuoU ileal Mimioin hands. rciuedvt Aum lve iiali liinir thiee tliun a day with a t 0111 fur ' U'iou;Ul Iron rooting Range In 'Home prepare the the kitchen Is all ibat Is ruiulred iukmI Mlliout fatlue. Tbeie uott from wsjoos lij relebratKl lUtues are s'dd only our auiUtirlie.i salxtmvn now nuking btado.uar-tir- s at Somerset. Yours trnly. CO.. WK0UOU1 IRON dt. Loul,Mo. 23.1m Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses ? It is for unflamma- tion of all flesh. .At Smi-aaeehynttriorloiu- nal Stanford, Ky., June 1G, 1885 W. P. WALTON. May 5th, 1885. We have just heard from our long missing biggage and hope to get it in a day or two. It is over six weeks now since we last sighted it in Bombay. JVTO But I muet say this for the Indian railways that such delav is very exceptional: Nothing but anticipated war could have thus delayed our "goods and chattels," and knowing the reason we have not been wor -- COHilSTINfl OH- ried in the least. And reilly we have not missed our trunks much, and have proved again that half our supposed needs are imaginary. As my dear old friend, S.tn. Brown, Eiq , of Newp3rt, used to sy, DANMLLE. BOrLECOUNU. "Come and visit me Rsv. and see how few ges, No postmaster up to the timt this let- - the real '.wants of life arc." One discovers goes into the mail, ter JngunriiWiigoiis, this when trunks arc lost. But I am glad Koad Smiley sells the cheapest and best coal. all the same that they have turned up. &c. Office corner 3d and Green streets. I had the pleasure of heating another W. M. Rue sold last Thursday a pair grand sermon from our dear Brother Osof fine carnace horses to H. heeler, of borne day before yesterday, and the addiPleas Everhart was given seven years New York for S430. tional joy of witnessing the baptism of six at Bowling Qreen for an indecent assault John Perry and Josephine Crutcher, Hindoos, the fruits of his ministry among on a young bride and two years for perS. Beswick and Alice Martin Hoge ob- the natives. It was a very impressive ocjury. As he is the son of a rich man and J. tained licence to marry last week. These Goods are all Strictly First-Clas- s, currence. from tho Best his mother is a sister of Chief Justice Mr. Jamea E. Murdoch, the veteran We are getting along admirably in our Ilines, we have money to bet that he does actor, will shortly give an entartainmenl at Manufactories, studies. The young ones are beginning to not serve out either sentence, although a the opera house that will consist largely of apprehend the structure of the language Tits republicans of Ohio nominated more notoriously bad character does not recitals. Judge Foraker for Governor on the first live in his portion of the State. and will soon be talking intelligibly. Will II. C. Mock bought last week of Anballot. lie is a pretty decent sort of a man, so persistently practices what little he AND Four Kentucky editors have secured drew Rice a fine mare and colt for $325. knows, regardless of laughable blunders, but the fact that Hoadly beat him for the position two years ago shows that he good positions under the democratic ad The mare was by Lee Paul and the colt by that he will lead them all in speaking Hineaaae is not a very popular one. The platform ministration, which is more consideration Messenger Chief. dustani. Dr. E. P. Humphrey, of Louisville, adopted is n bitter arraignment of the ad- than is generally shown these hard workWe killed a large scorpion in the girl's ministration and the democratic party gen- ers for the public good and party advance- preached the Baccalaureate Sermon to the bath-rooyesterday, George, who has College at the Second ment. graduates of Centre erally and the canvass will be made upon been on the sharp look out for the much WITH A OUABA.NTEC Senator Lcgatj expressed himself as Presbyterian church Sunday morning. irsues of the bloody all the old worn-ou- t talked of reptiles of India, discovered the The ladies of the Christian church prowith President Cleveland shirt. It declares straight out for protec- much impretced "venemous beast" and gave the alarm. tion ard opposes "the British policy advo- after his recent call. The President is reti- pose to feed the hungry today by giving a There was as much excitement in des etchsupper in the vacant storecated by the democratic party under the cent, however, as to the impression the old dinner and a ing it as if it had been a rattle snake or a . room on Third street, near the guise of a tariff for revenue only." The spitter made on him. was the black scorpion of the Wc liny for CASH nui! Propone to Ghc our CuMoiimtk tlie Hcu- The examination in the preparatory of Cobra. It whole decument is full of venom and in NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. cllt of uur DlttcotnitH. and were mountains, very like a email crawfish, only Centre College began Wednesday keeping with the feelings of the defeated The brakemen on the B. & 0. railroad concluded Friday evening in a manner the tall, instead of b:ing Hit, is a jointed, and disgruntled republican party. ending in the curved sting are on a general strike. highly satisfactory tj both teachers and pa- tubular affair, and carried curled over its back, ready for The Breckinridge Scut has got Col, A Livingston county (X. Y.) woman rents. Meesrs. J. T. Mosely and M. F. Smith instant use. But the claws are just like Soers down to a fine point and has almost is the mother of 27 children. concluded to favor boycotting bis paper in this and Mer those of the crawfirh We shall have plenConvicts have been taken to the Birren are colllecticg blue-gras- s "Will Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Cent, out very Vthicle Give which it declares is so "utterly devoid of a Fork coal mines in Pulaski to work. cer counties and will ship to J. W. Thomas ty of them when the rainy seaion drives us a Call. decent spirit of fairness that it is with Raymond B. Hayden, a prominent & Co , of Paris, about 3,000 bushels. Meesrs. them into the houses. Another little "family affair:" A day or difficulty that we hold ourself down long distiller of Nelson county committed sui- Mosely and Smith are also buying all the enough to read it. To abueo the Courier-Journ- cide. logs they can find. two ago a cunning, audacious crow attempt good walnut and cherry According to statistics 207 federal sol duck, one of a and Senator BeckiaiU mission, but A. P. Wilson has rented his skating ed to carry off a it sever loses an opportunity of cointr aside diers were court marshaled and shot dur rink building on Walnut street to M. C. gang of ten that we bought soon after arto bite other people's ankles like the rabid lnS 'he war Thurman for a carriage repository. When rival, and finding it was too heavy to tlr Capt. R. H. 'Woolfork, an old steam the frosts come the colored troops expect to with called in the aid of a ratcally comspitz that it is." We are glad to see that anmo other people are ditcovering what we boat man of Louisville, died at Memphis, resume their roller skating and to keep it panion, and when diicovered by the serfound out long ago that Col. Sneers is a of paralysis. vants the two were marchiog the poor, up until the violets peep in the spring. Somerset is going to have a fair this humbug and a fraud of the first water. was a re- helpless thing off down' the glen, one on Among the gayeties lat eek year and the grounds with a lalf mile track ception Thunday night by Mr. and Mrs. either side, each holding on to a wine like "WniLE tho lamp holds out to burn the are being prepared. Allen in honor of the graduating clasi of a couplo of policemen walking a prisoner vilwt firmer may return, consequently we By the fall of a maesive stone Btaircase Bell Seminary. A bop at the opera house off to j ill, and occasionally halting to peck may not be surprised to see that boss of in- in France 21 persons were killed and over the same night and the annual entertainthe callow crea.ture en tbe head to stop its fidels, Col. Bob Ingertoll, yet devoting his a hundred wounded. For Coal or Wood. ment by President Bsattr aud wife to the noie, I suppose, for it was quacking vopplendid talents to building up the ciate Hon. Frank A. Hurd, of Ohio, feels senior ciferously by wav of proleH at tbee vio 'l,ttit0CUJuiU&9SBSartfmjl'9A clas of Centre College. of religion, which he finds remunerative confident he will be allowed i Kxtra This to take bis Happily the servants uadanf lUnge very Nt Heavy ml ,i Mr. G. W. Welsh, Jr , of the reception lent proceedings. tbe JunU'a (. bar. now to affect to defpiee. A cousin ot h'w, seat in the next Congress. committee, informs yourcorre pendent that reached the scene of opeiation in time to coal Iron. Hav east top and triM, also named Bob, who has been a most arwith L'nllre Wrought Irvn lkijj ami Miss Ella F. Kidd.of Keene, has Just over 200 letters have been received from aive our poor "ducky," and roscued it in a Otr ii. Warming (Irrn extend tin trr dent disciple of infidelity, has been convert- finished a crizy quilt containing ot lUrue Autoroati-OveIrrth Sectional 100,000 the alumni of Centre College promising to very drabbled and folorn condition. We entire hbe-lfed to Christianity, joined the Baptist church pieces and lire JJntncs 9JS.CSS stitches. be present at the reunion on the 17th inst. are quite beset with saucy crows, and an and Cut Centers. Nickel BaiDe plate, in Missouri and is now preparing to enter knot and binge pint. AdjusUt !o The entire Chinese collection at the the ministry. Pagan Bab as a class leader New Orleans Exposition hai been present- Thus far the returns injure the presence of other equally important sort of feathered tide shelf ud all modem l.nprove-- i n end. (."no representatives of all the clashes, including fowl calted "minars." These come percharriDgf.1 with Hciter for is not at all among the improbabilities. to the University of Michigan. ed ing about intent on "petit larceny" and bat sod cold water. lS3Sjdown to present time. Wtttr Ilox or r extra. I L. Lehman, wholesale liquor dealer, That wonder in journalism, the Eiming A telegram from Oceolo, Mo., announc- snatch everything they can lay bill upon. Post of Cincinnati, has given evidence of its Louisville, destroyed his life Siturday. His Odr little canary, "Jack King," is a es the death of William Linney, second eon prosperity by buying a $11,000 Scott press nephew recently suicided in New Orleans. of Postmaster Joe S. Linney, of this place. treasure and well repays in grateful strains H. HIGGINS, The net debt of the United 8lates has and increasing its size a column to the page. weeks ago in charge of of choicest melody all the trouble he has He left here severil Sl'IXIAL AOUNT, Saturday it came out doubled in propor now gone below SI ,500,000,000, for the stock and other personal property belong- cost in bringing him up. Have I mentiontions, wun as muca rcaamg miner ss is first time since the war. Twenty years airo ing to his father and wss not very well ed him before? I forget. Well, our good .Stanford, - - Kcntiictiy. contained in an average book, all for its it was 52.700.000,000 when he reached his destination. Since friend, Jack King, is chief steward and A construction train on the Cincinnati usual price of one cent, about the cost of then his sickness developed into acute in- purer of the good steamer Venetia, When the white paper alone. It is indeed a won- Southern was thrown from the track by flammation of the stomach, which caused we came away he gave Marie his favorite SALE, E der how so bright and newsy a paper can striking a cow near New River Bridge, in his death. His father and mother reached canary with his belt wishes to us all. I Tennessee, killing five laborers and wound- him a few hours before his decease. He can not tell you how kind he was to us durbe produced for so small amount. A DESIRABLE IlWKI.UNO AND 8TOUE-liout- e combined. llet buitutti location In tba Only Line via place. A bargain can lbad by addrrulngorar-idyln- R was a bright boy, a favorite with bis asso- ing the voyage, paying us unremitting 2fo one in bis party being willing to ing 10 or 12 others, atonce to T. J. VIIMHTKHHUS, The rope with which Jordan Taylor, ciates and very dutiful to his parents. and doing everything he could to buck up against Dick Tate for State Treas n McKlcney, Ky. Mr. J. R. Downs, of Chattanooga, is make us comfortable and bsppy. We give nrer, the central and executive committees who murdered Sallie Sanders in a most horrible manner, near Hopkinsville, is to here on a visit. Mr. J.' R Carrigan, who his pretty bird, his name in full, and I have nominated him for re election without Baltimore, Philadelphia and Nevr the formality of a convention. To save be choked to death on the 20th, has been has been quite sick at Lexington, is expect think he known it already and begins to STANFORD. KY. bought at a coet of $11. York City, to it. Ever in Jesus, trouble and expense, it would have been ed home to day. Mr. Arthur E. Gibbons answer W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor The Washington correspondent of the has returned to Danville and will in a few aa well to declare him elected in adGeo. O. Barnes. Willi TUaOLMIt BUe of Bte,r20x5O. Eight complete lets ot Bto-ervance. Fountain Fox will hardly afford Excning Timet says there are over 10,000 ap; days open an establishment in the Opera The devil arore from his little bed and Seating capacity. Including gallery, COO. him amusement, unlesj his long and tire plicants for office on file in the Treasury" House block where be will keep paints and washed bis face and combed his head. The Itcaaonable ratei to good attractloni. Addreet Department and something like 0,000 filed varnishes, wall paper, &:. Senator F. D. Only Line via waae pronunciamentoes in the Courier-Joudevil to breakfast gaily went, and corged in the Interior Department. naZ caused a temporary diversion. Rieney and Mr. D. C. May, democratic RENT Illclimond, Old Point Comfort (KrKcia In order to avoid summary execution nominee for Representative, are in town to- himself to his bean'rf content. The devil Hotel) and Newport Xovth, BABTOOLDi'd statue of "Liberty wjth many a merry jest gate to the meal an at the hands of Judge Lynch, Jos. Gray, day, also R. C.Warren, commonwealth's at A tery detlraMe 24x70 feet, next added zest. The devil's mother poured the o'oortoihe rurniprn National Hank In btanlord. the World" has arrived at New colored, charged with outraging and then In iqcmc len with Old Dominion rtciiiihiw to torney, and J. II Bruce, of Gar- tea and smiled at her son's impulsive glee Ikctntl j remodeled and creally improved. ApYork and will be placed upon a pedestal murdering Mies Emma Davis in Breckin pir to u. v. ivai.tox,Ky. rard county. Mr. Wm. F. Lambert, late Minlord. The devil fnisbed his eaily rcea', Acd to be erected on Bedloe's Island in the ridge county, has been committed to jail in of office Gilcher's Hotel, has charge of the barbor. The total height of pedestal and Louisville. started away on nimble heel. "For you And Mtnliaou aud Mil tr traiiisMn Lice to and 'bus line at Wakefield & Hudson's know," he said, "I make it by six, or the HARPER'S PERIODICALS, ftatne will be 305 feet 11 inches, the stat thirteen-year-ol- d Addie Wilker, a girl, livery stable. Mr. R. T. Qiissenberry has ue alone, which is the figure of a woman, was scared to death at Talbotton, Ga. She returned from St. Paul. Mr, Peter Lowrie foreman will treat me to sundry kicks." being near 40 feet in height. The pedestal was walking with another run veat. "God bless you son," stld the devil's ma, Through Trains trim Winchester, Ky., to girl, talking has to Elgin, VII1., where he Weekly Si 00 fill cost $100,000, most of which has been about a crazy woman, when a negro girl spendgone summer. Mr. J. C. Young will Aa the devil caught on a pauing car. Harper." Magazine 1 00 the and Harper's KANAWHA FALLS, raised by ihe New York World In small rushed at them, pretending to be crazy and familv have returned from New York. Mr. "God bless the devil?" Tis strange, yet Harlot's llaz.r - WHITE t 00 SULPHUR SPEINGS popuhr subscriptions. Of a printer's devil I'm talking to Harper's Young People , 2 00 the fright killed Miss Wilker. Joel Reed, of Urban, Ohio, is here on a true, And othtr Famous Viiglnla tfprings and Pleasure Harper's Franklin frjtiarc Library one year, you. Chicago Sun. The Queen accepted ths resignations of -- Cjl. W. D. Gilman, of Richmond, Va visit to his brother-in-laBesorts. Mac Fisher. (52 numbers).., 10 00 tho members of the Cabinet and ordered has been appointed first assistant to A. L. Mesirs, J. B. and Lee Dunlap are here on Hunting, Fishing, Bathing and all kinds of reA youne farmer of Westford, 0:sego Postage tree to all subscribers in the UnlteJ LordSalisbury, the Conservative leader to Ellett, new collector of internal revenue a visit torelntiyes. creation for tbe tourist, Invalid or sportsman. Mr. J. W. Yerkes is county, N. Y., was struck recently in the Btatcs or Canada. This line runa through the, Alleghany Mounnew Cabinet. It is said that Glad- for the Richmond district; Samuel L. Gra in fora a tains, on the banksol beautiful rivers and termiMiss BeesieTennington, of lace ny tbe tan oi a cow wnicn be was Cincinnati. The volumes of the Weekly begin with the first stone is so much anjered at the conduct of ham to be United States marshal for the Stanford, will be the guest of Mrs. C. C. number fur January of each year. When no time nates oi milking, and became so enraged thereby la mentioned it will be understood that ttie subTHE SEA N1IOIIE. the Tories, for their bid treatment and Western district of Virginia. commence Fox this week. that he procured an ax and chopped off scriber wishes to of order. with the number next after the receipt U determined to lead the Lib. that he Obiervatlon Cars on Dav Tr.ilm. iii,i.. ... The grand jury of Lexington has inThe volumes of the Msuazlno begin wlih the the tails above cow be comtral party during the elections for the next dicted a number of gamblers of all sorts. The difference between au imitation and the stable eix the switch of every proceed-In numbers lor June and I'ectinber ot each year. class tickets g lod for expenre. and all can Informs.uiurii wuuuui esira ror fill in number. Tbe When no tlmoia ipeiiiled, it will be understood genuine amethyst can be easily distina tlon, rates at Hotels, analysis of.M'dlilnalbprlngs, Parliament. Capt. O'Connor of the police force, was inthat the subscriber wishes to begin with the cur- Pullman bleeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, call on guished. Just put them on your tongue ing finally came to the ears of outsiders rent number. oraddreia A HAN at Sandy Hill, N. Y., who has dicted for assaulting democratic voter at alternately and you will find thai the spu- and the tiller of the soil was fined $10. Bcmlttancra should be made by Postor&ct Money W. B. W II WHITTLESEY, ey Order or Dralt, touvold chanrnof loss. been a great sufferer from rheumatism, an- ine late primary anu .Mayor Jonnson was rious feels warm and the uenuiue icy to Ticket Agent, Trav. I'msenirpr Act.. KeKtpaperiare not to copy this adveit!euent Mnnl'.ii.l. Kv. ls.nl. .lit.. i7. nounce that ha ha been cured by carrying indicted or keeping O'Connor on the force. the touch. The stone winch his had the WILL YOU SUFFEK ulthDyipepila and Ljv-e- r without tne express order ot Harper A Brothers. ' w 'iii.m:r," ?.?!.,','H. Address HAIIFKIl A BKOTIIIiUS, Now York. Oen'i Manager, The safest three per cent, bond in the greatest run of late i i)- - tiger eye. which Complaint? guaranteed to Shlloh'i Vltallzer it Oen'l Pasa'r Ag't. a raw potato in each breeched pocket. This Richmond. Virginia. has a peculiar, dull fire. It is only a piece of cureyou. For taleby Fenny ii McAlfiter. w cheaper than going to Hot Springs and world appears to be that of the United D. (J. KDWAIIDS, petrified wood, turned smooth wnd polished. Uen'l Wes'ern Passenger Agent. Cincinnati, O. rr.L -m evidently given out to boom the potato States, , mUImU nA11n - ClrtOt uii.uEci.otur iiuuii xueu tuiuca Consumption Cured, Can be Made JUST AS COOD, those of the State of Connecticut, which market, which is likely to be dull, owing to Anoldpuyilcisa, retlrtd from practice, having Many unicrupulous dealer! may tell j on they luve sell for 102, and next those of Great Britbad placed In his hand! by an East India mission- By any man or woman, girl or boy who will organ, the prospect of a lama crop. f W& W izo ain, which sell for 100. The three per remedlei for C'ougln aud CUJi equal In merit and in ary tho formula of a ilmplo vegetable remedy for and clubs lortheWEKICLY WOitl.I). tliogreatlarm J ' home newspaper , complete In all departments ewy reipect Juit at coed n tl old rtlUblo Dr. the ipeedy and permanent cure of Consumption, Afteu its very arduous work, the Su- - cents t' it are mhuMo TPment Ln '. f'e Agents paid For 100 suboi France are only worth S2. J PACU Cough and Lung Fj nip, unlets you Inilit t . i idt k rn n i, perior Court needs rest and will take it for ir ".. . 'iel ro Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and scribers at SI 111 UiHOrtt each t2J will be , , ,.r,.i. ,' f in Marehal Gross and Detective Bauer .pun tliU remedy and ulll tako no other, you are Bronchitis, i i p pild; ferCOfubscrlhers, SI?! Ior 25 subscribers, f; Lung Allcctlons, also a poiltlvo and ra Ileal euro the summer beginning to morrow. The lor IS subscrilien, 3; for 10 subscribers, 32; for S H THE DEVI Lb AKE. captured 8turday Alonzi Fuget, the most liable to bo greatly deceived. Tricei, M cent anil for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complalnti, subscribers, SI. Superior Court is only one in name. If TURTLE MOl'NTA.N, town and village Agents skillful counterfeiter in the country. For (1U0. gold by MclloUrU & Magy. aftr bavins toatcd Hi wonderful curative power culars andwanted in everyfree, bend fur Uein. Cirthat were changed .to Inferior, it would simple copies And flouao Rlvor Country. In thousands of enses, has felt It bis duty to make THIS IDEA OP GOING WEST nfteen years Jnigot has eluded theshrewd-- e Tim WOIll.IJ Is tho banner Democratic News'1 ributary to probably do aa well. NORTH Union. Kvery Democrat should read v Land I t detectives in the service, but when be to Colorndo or fw Jlexlco, for pnro Mr to relieve It known to his sutferlni; fellows. Actuated by paper ef the !Cj V, Sunday, SI 50; this motive and a desire to relieve humtn suUVr-In- it. Dally, U all a mlitake. Any r aionl-l-mit- i Ah Iowa Judge having decided that a came to Kentucky, hoping to avoid arrest Coniutnptlon, Boeanko'a Cough and Lung Syrup for DAKOTA I will send free of charge, to all who deilro Weekly, SI per year. would nx Pr. t.'wr ',C jO.OOQ Acres cf K. It. Land in Minnehusband is bound to tell his wife where he beciuse a new Mirshal preside! over the Comumptlon in all It firit stiver. It Lever fall It, this recipe, in Clcrman, French or I.'Dgllili, sota at the l'iw priieof sl.m per a re and upwards. Wo will club the Hkmi.Wkkklv with full directions for prcarln and using. sut l, spends his evenings when be is away from district, he made the biggest mistake of his to give rtlkf In all caiei of Cougbf , Coldr, IntbriOh rciuuRai .wap nu iuii particular maucu Weekly World ore year fjr rt teanyaddreM byC. H WAKKEN, Tatai In th Cht and all afWctlern that are by mall by addressing with sUtup, naming this .Toubnm. with the home, there will be an exodus of married Ji'e. The capture wis made in Woodford 82 7 with tho World, S3 10. and Oen'l Pati. Agent, kt. Tanl, Minn, and comldered primary to ConiHmptlon. rdce, Wtet roper, W. A. Noyks, 119 Foweri Block, Iioehcs with the Daily World for 87. .iiamiow n, k., &T. jusi. inhospitable clime. county. zaen from that tsr, N. Y. W. P. WALTON, Stanford, Ky. tud Sl.Ca Sold by Mclioterla i. SUgg. Tue Court of Appeals baa reversed the jncdgtnent of the Scott Circuit Court, which ecntenced Jamea Creighton to the peniten tiary for 21 J ears for killing Ambrose Wil-ro- il at Sttdieville. "Wilson had been elected marshal, but before qualifying he at . tempted to arrest Creighton for miebehav-io- r, when he refused to submit to his authority- Wilson continued tho attempt uad Creighton shot him dead. The court below held that Wilson being an officer de ivrt, was entitled to the same protection or if be had been an officer deaclo. The higher court thought otherwise and upon the technicality the case was reversed. This may be all right, but a foul murder was committed acd iawloving people want to see the murderer punished. As the old fellow said of the mineral water, so say we of the Court of Appeal?; "It is too d n technical for any use," and as long as it lets men go unwbipped of justice because of Kome flimsy law point, which does not affect .murderer's substantial rights, we may expect that class of criminals to increase and multiply mid further disgrace the dark and bloody ground. The Frankfort Capital says, "The law maker of next winter's General Assembly of Kentucky, who shall formulate a bill that will eliminate the objectionable fea tures in jury selections, will win a name that will stand high in the roll of honor. The sentelees and flimsy woven technicalities that now set aside the best men of the country in the formation of a jury are both crimes against morals and a travesty upon justice. The good juryman who can answer that he has no preconceived opinions that would not yield to swom evidence and he is perfectly willing and able to do justice in the trial, regardless of what he may have heard from rumor in regard to any particular case, should not be disqualified from serving on a jury. Three-fourth- s of the discontent of the people at large over the farce of jury trials is directly traceable to the method of selecting juries. With the abolition of the practice of rejecting good men on insufficient grounds, would come the first great step in the respect to a speedy trial and naked justice. It is to bo hoped that some legislator, familiar with the constitution and with the statutes, will turn bis attention to this crying evil that pleads earnestly for remedy." A collision en the 0. & M. near Louisville demolished two engines, broke up several cars and killed a fireman. The Illinois Legislature has pasted a bill providing that the work of convicts shall be confined to such labor as may be required by the State. The New Hampshire republican Legislative caucus for a candidate for United States Senator resulted in the nomination of He nry W, Blair on the first ballot The law cheapening pastago by in creasing the weight of letters to one ounce for the single rate, to go into eflect July 1st, is already giving token of its intluence in the orders that manufacturers are get-inLight weight writing papers hsve had the preference over the heavy ones to avoid double postage, but now the tendency is setting towards the heavy papers, which of course are greatly to be preferred. g. GEO. 0. BARNES Gives Furthur Glimpses into Homo Life io India. THE LOHII. BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES ! ALWAYS I'RAININ'H PKoerrcT Point," Landour, N. India, Dear Interior. OUR STOCK IS W COMPLETE. Carrin Unrouchcs, Phaetons, liuggies, Surreys, IJuck Boards, Carts, i u3lxo Sold on Tlioir nvtorlts, post-office- half-grow- BRIGHT CURRAN, THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, r. - i n . 1 lle-ite- W. FOlt PRIVATELY. If. WASHINGTON, OPERA HOUSE, jt r. Pullman Gars. STOREKOOMFOR alore-root- u, 4 - 3ste"vt" "5To:r,:k:, BOSTON. stop-ov- " ..- MONEY V .QT i r i: , 320 g, llron-chlt- iriEirsr Semi-Week- ly it. nUilMJ YllVS FREE flnDEG Fruit Jaiis and Cms atT. II. Walton's.- A much needed rain fell Sunday I.I. RELIGIOUS. . V5 t i .. High Bridge Camp meeting will begin noon and night. July 15.h. Hev. Sim Jones is expected to Stanford, Kytl ' Juno 16, 1885 be present. Go to Warren & Melcalf for repairs for There were five additions to the Bip-lis- t Champion reapers and mowers. , church at thin place Sunday, the lt LOCAL TIMS CARD. I. SN. of the Shelby City meeting. The freight trafic on the Knoxvllle Mall train going North. .1139 r. u Elder P. II. Duncan goes to McCor-mac- k, Branch is very heavy notwithstanding the " South , .1 40 r. u. ... 182 a.m. dull times. arte strain" Houth...... Lincoln county, this week to bold a " " . ,.i. " Norn ...... 2 0J a. if , si Sunday-Scholong needed pavements in the lower The Thta-ovli calculated on standard Hue. Kolar end of town are being put down and the tint Is itout 20 minutes faster Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach at improvement Is very marked. Mt. Moriah next Saturday evening at 3 iOCi NOTICES. The private school taught by Miss Jen- o'clock and at Kings Mountain Sunday at Buy your tchool booln from Penny A nie Carpenter closed Friday when she 11 o'clock A. m., also at night. McAliMcr. treated her pupils to a splendid supper at Be v. A. S. Mode It was home Sunday Watches and Jewelry repaired on short the hotel. from bis most remarkable revival at Paint notice nnd warranted by Penny & McAlia-te- r. Billiards has the run In amusements Lick. Seventy one persona had confessed BOY the HaM Hog P.emedy, the origi here now. The St. Asaph has two tables to Saturday and the interest is unbounded. nl and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl and the Myers House is fitting up a room Services all this week. ister. The meeting conducted by lUv. II. C. A coxirLtTE ftock of jewelry, luteal in which to place two more. Morrison at the Methodist church is reetyle. Kockford watches i specialty. PenThe circus-loviopulace are begin- sulting in a ny h McAlister. thorough warming up of chrisning to sigh for fear the managers have deFahmeks, Head Thib. Clo to Dr. M. tians, the first step towards a real revival, this year. Mr. L. Bourne's druc store and get one package cided to give Stanford the Morrison's earnest stylo and the conof tain A. Clark'a Hog Kemedj-- , If you Personally, wo hope they have. fidence that everybody has in his sincerity are not satisfied after uMng it your money will be refunded. The prospects for an unusually largo must have a telling efiect for good on sincorn crop are splendid. Though late in ners. PERSONAL. being planted, owing to the season, it has LAND. STOCK AND CROP Mim Lizzie Fakius ban gone to Din-Tlll- e come out till it never looked better at this Bay GraM and Brier Scythes of T. R. time of the year. for a two week' vl!t. Walton. McClaiiy U bick from a Mn. J.C. John W. Yerkes, Kkj . nominated by Wool brings from 11 to 17 for hurry to iit to friends in Rockcastle. the republican committee for State Senator, 25 to 27 for in Louisville. Mim Ellen Weaken went to visit it the brightest and most popular member J. M. Hail sold to Charley Hail a relative in Nicholasville Saturday. of his psrly in the district. Younf, proKobt. ilARUiNd, Enj, of Danville. gressive and capable, the democrats will half interest in 160 acres of land near Somerset for 5S0.was here on legal business Saturday. have no easy time if they succeed in beatRice & Fox bought of John K. Bsugh-ma- n Fju.vk Rout has engaged as salesman ing him with Msj Hlgcey.t 17 head of extra mules at for the busy firm of 8. L. Powers A Co. great rush at J. W. Hayden's for $125 and of Adam Pence 7 good ones at The NtWTjCiuio, Jn., treated this office 90. to a nice lot of delicious cherries Tetter, straw hats is accounted for in the fact that he is selling his large and well selected Tobacco is quoted in Louisville all day. Mn. M. W. Uitjime, of lhjlt, has stock at less than half its actual worth. the way from $3 75 to $125 for trash to ttken hit brother Ksllie's place at the de- Hats at any price from 5 cents up. .Now is $17 for fancy leaf. Burley runs from $1 your chance to secure a cool covering for to $20 per cwt. pot. Eight tons of cherries shipped from your head at your own price. Mi's Helen Thurmond has gone to i.i.l California told in Chicago at 15 cents per visit the family of Mr. Boyle Keid, in Boyle Dnirri.so Spri.vos. The energetic and pound. Freight cost nine cents, thus leavounty. enterprising proprietor of these springs was ing the raiser six cents per pound. Hays went to Danville here yesterday with a lot of photographic Mas Alma Corn is selling at 52 a bushel in the yesterday to remain during the week of views, which show the wonderful improveborder counties cf Southwest Virginia. festivities. ments that he has added to them. All who Ouu Crab Orchard correspondent, Mr have visited them speak in the highest These are the counties that suffered heaviII. II. Bronaugh, baj been quite ill, but it terms of the new management and it is ly from the drouth and rcourge last year. Doge killed 11 sheep for John 0. Neal rapidly improving. safe to predict a profitable season. A num and several for Will Murphy. Since then MiktsMattie Williams and Mana ber will go from here to spend sev- tbey have retaliated on the dogs and had Lackey, of Bloomiogton, are the guetts of eral weeks. Col. Slaughter is certainly the killed half a dczen or more at last acMIm Henrietta I.illard. right man in the right place. counts. Mn. Grx II. Bruce left yestdrday for Strictly A No. 1. A solicitor for the George ?. Carpenter, of Stanford, has a month's tour of Tennessee in the interest Apotlvlic Guide called on Mr. John II. been here this week with a number of Bu ell's boots and shoes. of Short-borthoroughbred Durham yearling Mn. and Mm. W. P.. Maniek, of Bright recently and began, "Brother Bright, you are not taking a religious paper this bulls, which he sold atan average price of Nashville are the guests of her parents, year, are you? ' "Oh yes," respondcJ Mr. $00. Monticelio Signal. Hon ami Mrs. John S Owsley. Bright, "I am taking the Interior JourDanville Court. Cipt. II. T. Bush Georhe Dunn and Hervy Helm, from Central University and Jesse Amen from nal," and the solicitor went away with a reports about 300 cattle on the market and sad hetrt. All of which shows that our ef- but few sold, bidders taking but little Georgetown Collece have returned home. in cattle. Best withdrawn at from The report comes from Kansas City forts to publish a strictly religious paper is appreciated and we shall continue to run 3c to 1:. Scrub cattle about 2 to 3 cents. Mr. Percy Itichester will lead to the thai No visible cause for depression. No horses altar on the 21th a rich and handsome and not grow weary in the good work. or mule) t fieri il youn2 widow of that city.The band bov and others who attended PlMON Lonci, reprererting Mk. the the Hmtonville picnic from here are loud WA YNES3URG. LINCOLN COUNTY. Home Ltbrarv Association of Chicigo, is in ltilr nriEipi nf flia prmli nf iVio il.v The per cent, of increase of populahere to show our people how chesply the especially the one which appealed stf tion is probably ureater in our town than works of stand ud authors can be obtained. strongly to the cravings of the inner man Mn. Lucius Camits Owsley, ex The dinner wat delightful in every particu- any other town in the State, it being about teacher, is here lar and especial attention was directed in 400 per cent in tho Ut twelve months; the preacher and baking hands with bis old fritnds and teeirg that everybody was bountifully serv- same is true in regard to new buildings. in scholars anil disponing of hats for a Chicago ed. The band is ftiy proud of the way Wc have the best district sehool-hou- se the county and are soon to haye the best firm. the young ladies administered to their church-bousoutside the larger towns. We AVION' t the faithful who awmblrd wants and delighted at thsir treatment gen- have one of the very best Sunday schools here Saturday to nominate a candidate for erally. in the State under the management of the Senate, we noted Col. Logan McKce and Good. It is now definitely slated that enthusiastic Superintendent, E. B. Caldwell. Gen. Fry, of Danville, and W. O Bradley work will begin on the Chesapeake A Nash- The church made a unanimous call for and William Herndon, of Lincater. ville railroad July 1, at Gallatin. A dispatch Hev. J. M. Coleman and he will accept. Mn. F. A. Joxr, an applicant for the says that Mr. Eugene Zimmerman, Presi- 8. D. Gooch and T. J. Padgett have been petition of Deputy Collectcr with effice at dent of the road, will be in Gallatin in a few engaged to teach our district school this Somerset, was here veatcrday and obtained days with $250,000. This money is to be year. S. P. Gooch and wife, Mia Eliza a large number of signers to bis petition used to repair the old road-be- d of the Cum- Pitman and Misses Sit I lie and Mattie Collector Bronston for the position. to berland and Ohio, from Gallatin to Scotts-ville- , of Mt. Vernon, are visiting friends Mn. L. P. Banks has tettled down at Ky. The contract to do the most of here. Our nominee for the Legislature bit new home in town and is much pleated Having traveled the work has been let to J. C. Rodemer, was here on Saturday and addressed a with his turroundiegs. nearly all over the world, Mr. Banks is a who has in readineis his carts, mules, etc., crowd of 50 or 00 voters. He certainly for the purpose of breaking the earth at disappointed all of us. It is really remost entertaining conversationalist, fie the word. The distance from Gallatin to freshing to listen to such a speech. He is still subject to her majesty, the Q ien ol S:ottsville, Ky., is 30 miles. Nearly expressed bis views clearly and plainly and and takes great interest in the England, enough ties have been given to the road to in referring to his opponent did so more important changes now occurring in the lay ten milei. after the fashion of a statesman than the government. republican district committee met common pot houte politician. He will be Willie B. Walton, who came from The able to tell what we want at Frankfort and Virginia two years ago to learn the printer's here Saturday afternoon for the purpose of to oppose what we do not want. We have art, and who hat succeeded in becoming selecting a candidate for State Senate and agreed to endorse John W. Yerkes, Eq , lawyers who can make better speeches but ipite an adept, Ift Saturday for the first visit in his pai-slrce bi arrival. Tbos fir the position provide! Hon. William they are certainly not in the habit of making at good ones. pood o d people will be 'rejoiced to know Berkele, who desired to become a candidate willing to surrender The field without a HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. that be has dene honor to their early is teachings and established himself firmly in. contest. Should he, however, object, a con Please do not forget that the Fair will the good opinion of all with whom he hat ventlon will be called to mike the nomina- be held on the old grounds (J. SI. Cook's) tion. The committee, which was composed been attcciated here. of about an etj'ial number of whites and on the 29.h, 30th and 31st of July. A large crowd Is reported as having negroe, met in the court-hous- e LOCAL MATTERS. and when enjoyed the picnic and enjoyed it thoroughwe looked in upon them they were sitting FhClTJars of all kinds at Warren A in a covey with their heads touching, deep- ly. I have no doubt about the fact, though Metcalf's. ly engaged in the diecusaion of the mo- as I had not the favor cf being present Two hundred barrels of corn for sale, mentous question which brought them to- I am compelled to report by faith, not by untiled and in sacks. Bright ACurran. gether. A frightened look bespread their sight. The voice of the teacher Is heard in Come and see the handsomest line cf countenances at our presence and we quiet- the land. The superintendent is not rely withdrew. dinner and chamber sets ever brought to quired to attend examinations before the town. Bright & Curran. Flour From Corn. Mr. John Bright third Saturday in July, but for the accomgave us a sample of Hour made from King's Parties indebted to me will please call Prolific Corn, which in no way resembles modation of parties under peculiar circumstances he will attend in Hustonville on at my old stand and settle. I need the meal but has all the qualities of wheat Thursday and Friday of this week. money badly. S. S. Myers. flour. List year he obtained a ear of it . . to be abeent on business all the earlier A change in the schedule of the L. A and planting it In a rather poor spot, gave part of the week. mail train ar- It but little cultivation. Considering the N. makes the touth-bounAt a meeting of the directors of the rive here at 1 10 r, M., eleven minutes ear. season of drougba and the faet that he had Fair Association held on Siturday last, tie but the 50th part of an acre planted, be was Her than before. following gentlemen were elected officers, well satisfied with a yield of half a bushel viz: Geo. M. Givene, President; Col. J. W. A ?on and heirblessei the union of Mr of shelled corn. A few diys ago he took Weatherford, W. R. Wiland Mra. C. E Gentry, who recently mov 20 pounds of it and bad It ground. That td from this to Bourbon county, Kjbert quantity made jaet 17 pounds of beautiful liams, Secretary, and J. W. Hocker, Treasurer. Directors: G. A Prewitt, Liberty, O. H'jstor, by name. while tlour which he and his friends found W. Ryan, J.G. Weatherford, G. D. Smiiev, B. Hayden, of Stanford, sold upon cooking could not be told from the Mn. E Sam Owens, J. V. Rifle, J. S. Goode, J. W. laet Tuesday 3S shares of Mercer National best wheat tlour. Mr. Bright has planted Bank stock to C. J. Spllman, of Girrard, a good siz:d patch this year, believing that Allen, T. L. Carpenter, Farris Sundidge, C. C Carpenter, T. C. Jasper and E, McCor-mac- k, for $110 per share- .- Democrat. the variety will prove a bonanza to this The premium list is unusually country. It is claimed for the variety that LAWLm.NEBS in Laurei,. In row over large. For full particulars, address Sir. it will produce from 7o to 100 bushels of Rtome gossip among their families, at East Sicretary. corn per acre and that a bushel will make Will - Williams, Bernstadt, Friday, between George, Wil- 50 pounds of Hour. From three to four I notice that the letter writers are fall, liam nnd James Thompson, brother;, nrd stalks spring from one grain and each beara ing back into the habit of taking an inven-or- y Wilkereon and Kufm Lawson, cousins, WiU irom two to six ears .Mr. ii. eaya this corn of tbo appirel worn by la Jis at places kerson Lawson was instantly killed and can be raised and Hour made from it at of amusement and recreation. Ai the sea $1 per hundred upon which the raiser Kufus riously wounded. A spectator, B. would make a larger prcnt than on wheat son for waterifu pltce festivals is approachL. Poynter, was shot in the calf of the leg. Il'jur at 53, ing, I would nt.r a solemn protest against afterle-su, ol Ccnvention.-Courier-Jour-nal. e. ng go-b- y m d M!! . y n e Mc-Clur- e, Ex-pects Vice-Preside- nt; such a practice, because, first: It is taking an unwarrantable liberty with matters purely private and personal. Second, It is disagreeable to a lady of refined sensibilities to have her wardrobe paraded and particularized through the public prints. Third, the practice is aggressive nnd if not checked there is no telling where it will end. Fourth, it furnishes the in. quisitive dude with a pretext for becoming too familiar in bis investigations. Fifth, the report is Invariably incorrect and exaggerated, thus becoming a sort of licensed fraud and undermining the moralsof socle ty. Sixth, the thing had better be held up, at least until after the organizition of the proposed Brazilian Company, as the stock of diamonds now in this country has been entirely appropriated and a new supply must be imported. Finally, such a display of jeweled magnificence is unbecoming in a simple Republic, dangerous as a lure to plunderers, damaging to personal finuncial credit, and I have heard a poor candidate complain that he bad nearly lost an election in coneequence of his opponent parading a paper in which his daughters were described as flaunting in silks and blazing in diamonds, when the p. c. had never had even an ace of diamonds in his house during his history. Gentleman George Pendleton has arrived In Berlin and yesterday presented his crelentials to the Emperor. The largest room In the world under one roof and unbroken by pillars is in St. Petersburg. It is 010 feet long by 150 feet in breadth. Bf daylight it is used for military displays and a battalllon can completely maneuver in it. Twenty thousand wax tapers are required to light it. The roof of this structure is a single arch of iron and it exhibits remarkable engineering skill in the architect. Employer to clerk: "I don't object to your going to a funeral once in a while, but I think you might bring me home a fish or two." Sun blush on the end of the clerk's nose extends rapidly to his ears. REIT ADYKUTISF.MEXI8. BALK. A trail! Krm, well loctted.ltood UdJi; from 120 to ISO Acrci. Call on J. S. Murphy, Stanford, Ky. 7 THE 6 OiaiE-A- . aBOOBB. "fct T. R. W WALTON; -- DEALER IN q O ill o 'iii4iawsic.inBBfc)rjiJ if And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IK ADDITION TO OP.OCEMES AND PtOVIsIO.VS. HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. NOTICE TOJIORSEMEN. Thettilllon, ON TIME, nil! ttand the btltnce of Ue leiion at Win. Hubble'i, and DEECIIER, the noted Jick, at Levi II u bile's. SO-- lt LUMBER YARD. For Bargains, There Is No Place UstId; oreneJ up a lumber yard lathe resrof our tore, wc are now IjEVI MlVIlItTjE, H'J. IIVIUlfjE. Preparod to Furnish any kind of Lumber Intberoujh. Postiof all klndi. fc'hlnglei rut, awod and tbared. Alv Agents for the Danville I'laoiDg Mill). 2wi mt to a vviiHA x. Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. H. C. iit Mii.M:i:sinjKG RUPLEY! and Mill receiving """ FEMALEJIOLM1GE This populir icbool lor young ladies will be ojH'nej, under entirely new auspices, rc- - I BSTemtiYel SEPTEMBER 9th, Asn 1885. NEW GOODS SUMMER Comprising the best In the market, wbkh will lie Row C. Popo, of Auguata, Ga., as Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Countsy. irosiaont, Give Me a Trial. Mr. S. C. Trueheart as Lady Principal, Aided by one of the most Com petent and Experienced lacutllei In tUe Stale. Varentsuuj ruitai-tureof the raoit thorough training ot their daughter! in all that pertain to mintt, mattucri and month. It committed to our care. For catalogue contalalog Information as to terurt, Ac., addrcta KEV. C. POrn, Mtllenburg. Ky. Or MP.i 8. C. THUEIiEAltr, Stanford, Ky. WHOLESALE PRICES ! Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys Dr. E. J. Mckerson, And Spring Wagons, Physician and Surgeon, 4th St., Office on Danville, Ky. Over lO Farm Wagons and many other OooiIh to be . PUcm No and Fistula Perfectly Cured. Ufiod, RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Tboy Must Bo Sold. Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic GEO. D. WEAKEN, tfaiiufiicturcrh' ARent. Treatment Mild. No Detention From Business, Xo "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." The box tcod on the turning deck, Sttermlnatlon In bis eye "ForBourne'i Drug Store lata bound, I'm for the little Doc or die!" Twinkle, twinkle, little star, My (rlend, tbo cbtapest goods, by lar, Bourne s Drug store jou will and The purest, best, ol every kind. Cure Certain and Permanent. Cure, Xo Yaj. Special Attention alio Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well ai all Dlieisci peculiar to Women. Charge mod rate Dr. N. can be consulted lies of chnrgeand will bo lound at bis office at all it . J-- .- times 13 lr the next three months. y permission he refers to the lolloirln? gentlemen: J.ti, Hosier, (1. A. Lackey, f. Irwin, Man-for- d; Ky.: Judge ). F. Lee, Tom Murphy, W. P. Temple, John M. Spoonamoro, Slu L. Cook, Dan-Titl- e, Ky ; Iter. J. A. Togle, UustonTllle; II. O. k'uttou, J. S. Itoblnsor, Lancaster, Ky.; 'i'ho. 11. Walker, C. C. Chrliman, Kirk ville, Ky : J. S. Jobnron,Uryantsrl 1c; Ky ; J, P. Daniel, McKln-neKy.; W. J. Ilosley, Lebanon. Ky.; (ieo. Lw-I- s, Gunpbellsvlllr, Ky.; A. A. McOiuuls, Howling Hreen. Ky.; George llolioa. Judge I. W. Hrghrs, Unirodsburg Ky.; C. C. dhtuuate, McAloe, Ky. V Miry bad a little Jattb, (For Barnum she mould quickly send); Sut Bournn lias tbe nicest lot 01 Drugs and rings, breast pins and things, Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and envelops, i'atent medicines of all kinds, it lobe mixed paints, rorditJs asd wines And eTery thing e.V, the cheapest and Utd, At The New DrugBtore. (to rhyme, put In "llouinc ever mere. ura till death, M. L. BOl'RNE, at the New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. " Us wm UNDERTAKER, AND aS JSteS;"S5.3v'e3L m A Clear Skin part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what is only a looks like it. Magnolia Calm both freshens and beautifies. A ami complete assortment of Furuifure, embracing everything from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. ZVo need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no mallet what quantity or quality you mint, as I can ami ulll duplicate any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also a full assortment ol Collin, Cafes, Khroudw and ISobes, cmlrat lng nil the New Styles, both cheap and cxpcilve. Ware rooaa oppohlte Ht, Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Uy. Iealei' in Full XTni'iiitni-- e ! Ann YOU MADK MISERABLE by Indigos lion, CoDstlpatlon, lilitlntM, Lots of Anetltt - Sblloh's Yitalltrr Ii n posltiTr-croC.Y. Crunch In Youth's Oomiunlon.J Yfllow PkluThe line Imported Nomuu atalllnn will mako tlio What you are dnll Tor unit r Tenny A Mc AlUter. Mwssorinri8Sut tlionini.l.'cirj. M Wray.at "I'lnk A CHAT WITH AN OLD SOLDIER OF lu n sad mull vuiiago, i;t nines i rem oiaiuuru, Up and U s ciul and stirring, I pray That Dirty Dandruff. THE BRITISH SERVICE. Why so lugubrious! NILlriOX, AT $15 Dsndrult Is dirty nd dlugretable In e Tery way. Take a Mltibrlous Or jm to Iisst'iiK a Colt. It soils the clothing rontlnuslly and Is secouqw iJgtTgugyiLLE & NASHVILLE R.f l Walk, and we'll talk, for I've something to How Thpy March nnd I'lclit In India A BARBER WHO READS THE MINDS .......--- .! .uj o unruij 1... annnvln kAlltntlan fl f llch111W1 irs iwj say. Ctiampo It d.irk high, weighs Clothing Worn Iirntety of KhrIIiIi Is Milling in 1,000 pounds a nd Is gray, 17K hands Mill or May OF HIS CUSTOMERS. TUP ODBAT Insf. The scalp ii diseased. There 5 jriurt i"ld tlio Verily, verily, nnd Soldiers Nntlvo tho world se thoroughly adapted to this troublo next. He Is of lino atrie and aition, gowl In tlio Things will go merrily heals loins, well rllihod and larga body, with well. snap. nil'stUr's Ulr Ita'smtH, It clMni and Army ot lntlht. lioad (tutllEics of the Srleiicc or "Plillogrnplijr" hen you ore worry nnd busy and brave. i,uiii, .inm iim foiltnf lmlr and rettoroa lit ixl thotildert; II. W. and neik well A tet on.nf 11 wat Mtiilit,UHlil liiitrlivl li lv. lllnnm. urn, ii uuL.i'iioenuiiy ClKimcter ns lixprvMeil y tlio Ilonnl orlilnM loftness. Bless nnd color. Ii not oily, lnston, III., September It. IHSi. Tempered, but tearfully, we win aiio tianu at tne tame piaco our nne Cincinnati Knqnlrer.l n cWnt drelng. Yery c highly IVlilcli Outline tlio Life Is n tyrant, nnd you are Its lav. young Jack, Tho other day Mr. H. M. Mason, an old a only n small occMlonal appllestlou i'lilloratihlo Art. English oldlertwho has done duty lu India, If you go wilfully, Lee ls the hair In perfect cenlltlon. has mednls for bravery in th Crilnew wnr However skilfully tTnr m.lin n mlnnta (it Wtfhnt's S Hi fjlng your moods nnd your dellcnto of 1S80 and seen sevon years of British Chicago News lutervku whli.i. service, was overhauled by a rejwrUr, and lary Utimi. This ucrer falls. Sold by I'winy fill black, 14sj hands nlch, was foale.1 NoTeml.er "You'd, kMver ha able to guess the secret Life will be dull to you, ), 1ST, ami la nj Weit I ud he t.y Warrior, hli gave many practical and Interesting facts A McAlliter, Pruslits, Stanford; alj by I. C. o cif my success "' sitld i. proprietor iUl things will come to yon am by J iu IV rtur, ilrstdam Snoo FJy,by a of a down-towtonsorial parlor to a reporter Touched by a shadow that saddens and dlim about tho English army lu India, as well ns A D. rs. Williams, All. ernon. . Warrior Jark SOmo illtormtlnc ninilllUf.iiii'm ulilcli mitinnt n low days ago. ".Now, mind you, tb barrastme furnlalied nt rea'ouabln ratps, but will Positive Cure for Pftes. fall to provo Interesting rending. ot be Life has two sides to it, faracrldentt ho Id any oerur. ker's trail o, as it is commonly practiced, is. i that To the people of this couuty we would " nat is tue hnjlfjli nrmy of whnt guides to it, Without Change andwlth SpeedUnrivaled sot a didlcult on;, and there is very littb L5ok atTake the the best and the brightest, my of lr. Marchlil'i we.hareinglTenthe ajency tttlio innde nt It, but to liandlo the business friend. guarantel "They have what is called the staudlui ItAlliu Tlio QUICKEST ROUTE SHORTEST AND IStOaPit Mill yield big proilU, Is where the lie a philosopher, army, nnd In a crisis like this they call for to cure or ineiiey rcfunJed Internal, External, s flno TK U L'imi. LSTJlltK in. a Of course I have a Don't look so cross over volunteors from the militia. It is soldom lllluJ, llloeJIng or Itching I'lles. I'rie 50 rents no kind of businesi can be carried on Matters you never cun alter or mend. that the lllllltln. linWAl-n- r Thlt Una young saddle stallion I hare com hided nrit nnttil Tim- - nn,1 abox. No cure, no pay. I'enny A McAllstcr, successfully without a systom but to hotter to letttrrea lliultc-- nutubirol mates at t lie low Druggist). Look not so dismally sent nbroud, yet some woro durluj tho n understand my scheme lot me glvo you an ptlcc of Down the abysmally war sent to Malta," idoaof thodilllculties in tho busiuejs. Dark hnnging over the preclplco brink, Daughters, Wines and Mothers. "What is the s.zj of tho English nrmyP "Now, to begin with, your customers nro ii urs oi an uittS is Wa fimnhillrallr iiiinnlH Dr. Marchlsl'a Ca- "The regular English nrmy numbers about all men, no two of whom are alike. One 'm Hypjchondriasis oxpond on Which money I This Includes English, patron has peculiarities entirely difTorent Sunshine is healthier than shadow, I think. 13J.000. Irish, tbollcan, a female remedy, ts cure Keuiale Diseas tbeteaxm Is urorwill placing hluihitIneducation after by the hands of as urarian trouDics, innamuiition auu Homo good taddlo horte man, onlytotteady tai-Scotch and Welsh. Besidos this is the artil- es, from another, yet alt havo to In pleased or him BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA If you would drlvrt away lery, cavalry, sappers and miner., and a Ulceration, Falling and dliplaceitunt or bearing In Ills Kills, fur -ho has them naturally. I expect Ihbir patronago will bo lost. Too art Is to ..... 111. n .1.11.1 in ralace UrsWIthout Change l.l.n I. i J m I Gloom, nnd would blve away la mill 'Mil BUit your customers so thoy will call again, nun an jis muicueu oi inior yoars cauea tne down feeling, Irrrgalarlttlcs, Darrenness, Change Hiriuii'i. a.unb iuui bay (Spring, dark Ilonoy-IIktvnee in your inuermost coll, transportation corps, which was organized of Life, Leucorrhces, besides many weaknesses old thlt a perfect model in or brown, llti hands but you would nevor dream what a dllltcult high and SHORT LINE TO THE EAST form. lie ws ilre.1 Work like the humble bee, sliu'i) the Crhnunn wnr. Tlum l nl.n tl..i nrlnclne from tho iboTf. like Headache. Uloat- - by one of the noted old Denmark family, ruta L u.tTlllt a r.UctCart without t that is. It does not consist In giving n StilTf itaf Vnni" riti mill a t .- ... anfe i..... iiiuioi ir..t.i.t. ii.. iiiiur, i. .). . i.M uuf- vi .,.- - ...h i . ninbulnnon nnrn. ulilili Ii n liui-uifl.n.n ml. ing, Silual Weakness, SleepIeMuess, Nerroua man a good shave, or tnmminj his beard lo Burn your I ImnMm.. aV- - lfHni.ll ill smoke, and tho' world will dltiulL I ' 1. I. I..' I . Villi .1 J ........I.V , U . .. R Will Formerlv. nnd until nftur tlm lrl. Talpltatlonof thn Heart, Ac For tale by II UI i nn V tho advantago of his oountouaucj, or 'let- go well inurtj ur imhi mean war, it was tho duty of the band of a dru$gliti. l'rlcealland II M) per bottle, bend than and gut iiurevi ih.1 iiri iwarii no uoom't want to talk, or iingup-wDomore good liortca than any known RU35IAN SOLDIERS' HABITS. regiment, who wore dlsbandod, to remove to Dr. Marchlil, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. horse; auy horseman will tell you to, therefore- we talking when ho fuols like talking. There's ft'.?.1' 'Jihli t;:!"" tot rate should tot let the strains of thM8 two families the dead and wounded from the lltdd. They For sal 1 j- Fenny A McAlliter, Druggists. C. P.ATVOHf, G. P. &t A fi good deal nuro to it than all that In a tunilonn. Ills 2d dam was by Faulkner'a Young Docile liy Nature lJerout anil I'nlcnrncd were directed by the surgeon-In-chlef.- " word, you've got to got h;s gooj wilL You tnuu.iiln. Kr. Amerlia. I'ude I'eier (lentrjr Miihe wns the (If "What do you mean by tho native corpof must catch his sympathy; you must lead that eteratixxl in Uiiyl county. Third Drnvery. dam by Taylor'a Messenger. "In tho East Indies they are the natives ol bim to believe you are in sympathy with Archibald Forbes In Youth's Companlon.l IjEb norrMAN. him, aud whoa that is accomplished you are The Husslau soldier in the Held Is a man of the country organized, drilled and disciACIsT:3 NINETY-HIVLAND sura of a steady customer. many vlrtuss. At home in p)aee, Indeed, plined by English otllcors. There are HTANKORD, KY. Oact-8o- uth In tuburlia of S'anloid for tale A part of old tldt Main Htr.tt, two doors abort in tho East Indies." he has but one vice to spjak of. He will got "Tho odd thing about it is the selfish felThis flnoyemrw Jack will also make the Mason Helm place. To leiold as a whole or in pariela to taeMyenlloul: "What ycu mean by tho contingent I" of ltH (t mf itti.lr, ono mil from Stanford on lows nro generally the easiest toe JatroL drunk whsn he can, and stay drunk as long 1 ci paathularuppir to tult purchasers. 0x,d, 0tt lntiurjsil whtn r- Pur,,j.,,0B "That's tho nntlvrt armv nf tlm In luc iiuiiuuTiue fiar, mi road their character at a glance. Af II". fi. UKl.t II, or a n uo can unnic uoes not maKo him danJS. T. HOVllEsrt'.lt. die. They can only bo called on for service word or two a new subject is sprung, Get gerous, but simply adds to his chlld-llk- e 68 to Insuro a Living Colt. i Vlr.fr.rln the attention of a man oir his usual thoughts amiability. He tumbles about badly, but at boms, butuhnn DUrnnli DB. w. D. PEKirr. nni for the ttuia bsing ho is a changed man. quietly nicks himself tin. mul nn empress ot India it wns done with tho idea tftese Walker It a brown with white points, IS Limit hlirti. 4 Tears did and laid br wood Utk Then is the time to make the impression oa till the next tumble sets in. He is eager to u' S" '"S wr .i jjuner . can .i me ui ii tuose troorr HTANKORD, KEKTCCKT, j. totn tolw uiie uf the fintat lone--1 Jackt In his mind. It's n raro art to be abl to get a hug every one he meets, and his enthusiasm Into foreign service. Hence their pppear-auc- o OPJ3IVS Hat anions like a horte, quick anJ sure OflM on Lancaster ttreet, rext door ta Ikti-wo- a in the Mediterrau.'an iu the nun's conilionco, to be able in the first for kissing ana calling all the world brother, Tnlsheallh-giTln- g If jihi wtronlie us we will promlto not to detain Summer Resort will Jor!CAt.oflc. Oflco boutt from J to 12 a. war, and more recently in' the" Sou- my management tnli wwn, anl as It Is be under you long on the Jack's account, seoond or two to produco a. favor.iiiln im. when he is In his cups would be grotesque m and 1 to 3 r. 11. entirely Anesthetics administered whan (iivnlahchl rmn hMml.. mw .at-vafHloil an. I :. .V" J. K. EA It 11 IN. dan." prwulon in his mind, but the ability to do were it not degrading. r rnnifurf si wll al hnllth lLsr.l. Si. tuir vwsV- "What are the Sepoys!" The Kussiau soldier this in nine caso3 out of ten is the secrst of lrnrulinn,tn,s no periueal.50 centa. 1'ieof iuble rottaro. V ier "The infantry of India. They are good week. Will bare a my prosperity. How is it done? It is char- discipline to keep him in order. He is docsnTeyaoit at tae depot to ! acter reading down line. It's the Initantau-oou- 3 cile by uature; and he obeys bis oQlcer, for garrison duty, obedient, but they havo meet passengers. & W. not tho fighting grit of the Afghnn selks. KJm A. ,. SVOOX.i.llOllK. recognition of the chiof characteristics whom, indeed, he addresses 'little father," in my man, and tho art consists in knowing as ii as were a cniiu. tie is contented In There is a ereat dl!Irvnrrt in tlm nVlitlnrt Will make the season of 1SJ5 at hit atablt,2U lluslonrllle A The Direct Rout to what to say to humor his prejudices, and hardship; heat takes no otTect on blm, and qualities of those troops. Xow, speaking of JJ tulles aouth of Huttousllle, on the br Joe Kluio, I.ltiertr road. AMallah lilenro Is he has become nell inured to cold. His muse seiK cavairy, i romemiwr a young how to say it. But mere skill In No. 31)0, trial 3 27, record 2 10, Jo Elmo Is the otllcer, with a detachment of twenty of weakest point lu campaigning is hU susceptiwill not enable one to do tab. ( D. aire of I). C. S record 2 21" l tld f far AMI M'MIIKK TAKIt, tar lnlft In tuJ tm l , vau "It is not generally known, but it is a fact, bility to homesickness. VW ihs Tne Russian sol- the selks darting Into a horde of 503 Tarnii"'. Paltr faMtiril MauJ Murk WakeflelJ pitrr, tar cavalry, and causing an immense On top of the Knobs, close by J. Carter's Orecery rurgui' rrconl 2 HImo ii that a better idea of character is expressed diers are almost wholly without Hi l.Imo. 3TX. (bj trUlln3 30. Jo j Hrkvlykr'i Ham Northwitt and Houtaweil by the way of Store. by tho beard sometimes than by the counts-nancNot above U par cent, can road, and a slaughter, routine thnm onmntntuti- - Ti, aVteiiu.Ur'i AlaxlalUb. IS) ! are bravo to desperation, yet childlike In rooTK A' n'llEKLKll. Vvaitrlvtor. l.l.nn.n Va Ifl Ia rlmn'ahtb?.!!. Law l . I. .4 a. a The art of reading character by the still smaller nercentaa Iinrn nnv beard is taught as a scioncj in Paris under edge of writinj. Their religion, which is their obodleuco. Thoy will follow anywhere Vftr all klriilnf rnkil... VI.Ih.1 .1m Mrtengr, AUlallah (llenco'a 1st dam Mattie 8. , Foreigner, by by tho name of phllography,' and I understand lervent, u mixei with superstition. But their superior ofllcers load. They are splen- builders and other, can not anj abetter market to damWillie DC,thy Cusnlngbamt Imp (ilrncai ii by ('upper Ho It obi, Kettle IMT1BJ thattan.ga frtrtu. did horsemeu. and most of them come from uiutieiuselrrs, Our motto l "Ouol Material W. .1.... lln....llnnMHM. I.V till, lli..J...t IlLnr. a.1 a book is fhortly to bo published in which their external devoutness is unremlttlug. .'W.WI ... , VI rilHTI .' ItfllU aid for lto.ciMt.fa IUIes " rostottue adirew, Halls oughbreit.) Willie I.'a .' , uikt y the I'unjaub." I ...tti. Tbev live chleflv nn ,inn K.lnl-n,the principles of this scionco will bo given in dnj Starlight by (lap, Ky. Imp. l'lanto ) Aldallab (ile&ro'a rolls are dlretoonettionat thos point t:m the L gat. "How do you march in that oountryl" Blot Express on the unlo A Slisilrtlppi u at detail. Did you evor notice that jwiple of a little msat, much meal, and anything &.1 IIbuiiii.I iiii.il uar acrvt. Is a.at (iva ia.I in via mm'V aavt.l tuii iiiniata' luslh atai.l.t a auti Louis and all points Weat. "Marching is mostly done nt night from very violent tempor havo always iuui. iui iuu3 may oner on tne marcn Jn the harneet. Ibireoueof Ida oolta that trotlexl I.JOO a SOO.yard circle at the rat. ol 2 10, t'med ) ui vegeiaDios. hairi It's a fact that every man haviug soup is made in iu ociock mi morning. During the day ,'JIT ,u:."Srarlton mis ""i'": Ly (). M (iTMt, Huitonrlll, Ky., without any g one of which cooks for men are not allowed to leave their barhair is the owner of a decidsd large camp-kettleIs about s quicker than any other line, glrlsg o it passengers handling I also bare another ou account of tho Four rears c.M, Is rrglitere--i No. IIIT-- In the A.. I. goo.1. Here Isa retuhlnation of that hett trotting time for weals and first iholce t easy onough for ma to note at each company; nnd when the soup is ready racks without permis-ion- . tenipar. It's ia traut tho O III. am? n IHI (IIUIIIUK heat Great care is taken of n soldior's -- f iLk.L- - will a.w .... . rt a glaneo how a man's hair grows. Then I each company marches up ta its own parIII.H.U 111... na .1.- - f. ...I ... Ih.I..hka ItlNllllU U?fl" going West. T"" g a. IUlora m. IUVAIIIIUIT g in;, g t. j. t. fit. ro haa ha I butILMTl training but trotted on Hutch-inknow how to handle him. Men of strong ticular kettle, every man with bis pannikin health there. It would seem lucradltable little Imp, and dam A l'op'a iratk In Hoyle ronnty, Ky., whlth tempor are generally vigorous, but at the in uanu, mio wuicn tno coole bales a ladle-fu- tho amount of flannel a man is required to Martin. J; is. d..Nn. u jt Itsgleilde. It Julia Ingteslde iKJrbV.V, No. 1H2 Hetty No. Mil: Nora, it ten tcroiidt slow, In 2 if, (ix weeks or two same time they are not ulways flxei in their When all nro supplied, the company wear, first, two thicknesses in tho shape of Imp.. ivatlnka 5M; silrer Haron 1271. Louise iiionthi handling I Mr. Top tayi he thowid a Ine going by wirT.f Chicago Loune. Iui.. :ss. forms, and there is sung a long graco before a Lelt, a foot wide, next the naked Mn.Jfw. ktorla. opinions. 2.30 gait fi(iuently. He la alto a nrtt-elasaddle born-an2Mf at to protect "Now, the man with coarse hair is rooted uiu;i, nmca i never Knew omitted or cur- boly the bowels from J. O. CAItPEXTKn. qualities hla clu aliut Inrarlably thtw do idle well to I'erionn wishing fejTlalbrmt will to hi prejudices. Coarso hair denotes obn tailed, even when, as on the Shipka pass, chills; then loevolass Hlanfurd. Ky, flannel AavAa.hlkmM tnab.m.l III t at a.A.a Mls.l stinacy. It's not n good business policy tc the enemy's bullets would bo whistling ovor jacket over this. These men are inspected - mm.. AIWTt Uakflt- tho cooking-place- , , oppose a man whoso hair is coarso and iuiik le. Mandi tiir the high, superior and occasionally ruttling twice a day to see that there Is no shirking The ec". .JM small turn ul t on this point. Tbo object of this flannel is .S"iniiI will aiititland X RSI centric man has always fine hair, and you against the kettles. OUrO COO f Inniifi'it l.illitu Cult. The bravery of the Russian soldier ad- w cnecK any rapia cuange of temperature, aerer yet saw n man of erratic tendencies my Jack, IlOOtlonS who at thasauwtime hal a sound mind, mits of no question. He ii stupid, poor fel- and the hotter the wantlntr thn mnm tpi With all Linet at that was not refine J in his tastes Fine hair low, and requires to Lo shown what it it the discipline on this score. Half way or I will deliver Ics to ngularcustomert In Stanford T5r-s-V and Ticlnli) trery mor airj at wished that he shou'd do; he has no idea ol just aftor midnight the regiment is halted .. indicates relinoment Vnn m- St. Louis and Intermediate Point". At Hilt l Itikiirc. IMiJtr- Is PS hands ticod that men engaged in intellectual, or initiative or of actin? for himiAlfnn n ri,,i,. and extra rations of very hot cotree and brown with mt-- r nose aid a No. I brevier (lot but be may be relied on to go forward while I read dealt out. At home soldiers cook for specially in Bathetic, pursuits, where by the Campbell )ik,he br Itobmsun t Lamp, y Accounts due at XnOii.iilI,iiNTraiif- themselves, but in the Indies everything Is wben customer nulli.the clie of ea h uoctb.or ton. by Imp, Mamraotu of taste is required, have an officer stands up to lead him, and ho wili done ItTH ; Not leaponil-ittor a fdenta or escapes, hut hold his ground till he falls. Ho may b for tho men. In fnct, the acks are invariably fine, v. i: luxriant hair anl tiiaretlctl with me will tie well rami for nn reareliod on azalnst falling n. victim in imnin. carried by board. Labor is cheap here. These earns men as sonable terms. t. CoouertlMtmile In I'nl.n Depot, rtt LojU. K. N. V I I'f he is too stolid and unimpressible for that. Strong men cau be hired for 13 and !) cents class, with trams of liuai gjin West, North particularly painters, aro an.s NMitbwvtt. If one-hnof a Russian army were slaugh- a uay. remarkable for their (wrsonai pocul II you are West to any polat, call on or "The tents we occupy in the daytime are tered in the morning, the other half would iaritios. Take Oscar "VVilde, for example. wiltototbeHtWertlgne-l- . His hair is as lino and soft ns a child's, and sullenly rally and be ready to confront tin all Carried lV tllH trnntnnrtAttmi train Dressed fine Flooring, For full anl reliable Information In regtrd to Ceiling, Weather They are double tents, one inside the other, jou rememoer now much fun was made of prospect of being slaughtered that same Lap I. Ac, In the Western Slate. Map., tutl Hoards, ximsmng Lumber, Green an nlrjchambor in the roof Unworn them. him bocauso he persisted in wearing The tlreof trotters and roadtUra and raire fancy and loest special rates tor Tlcketa aa.1 Hrtusstaid uiLeniuon. UU UIIIHMM I.Vkrill UUTin lUilll 4VJ Uluri They have no fighting versatility or indi- It Is rightly called a marquee. They will llll Goods to all iHetnta West call oa or address Lumber in the Rough, including Oscar Wilde cauldn't help that, lion In Kentucky, will make the season of UM II. ALsOP. hoHover. IU bad to net different from vidual ingenuity; If their flank Is turned, accommodate a dozen men, giving plenty of TatstDger Ag"t Ohio A Mississippi Railway, four mllea west of Stanford, directly on the Knob Laths and Shingles. other men bocauso bis mind had an erratic well, "God and the czar'' has willed the mis- room. ue vriuiiipii iu aerre msrei as i.n piae, iau win W sV.PEABODV. "I imagine that the great body of our solbent. I went to sou him when be lectured fortune, and thevendurn It mulntlv tin th. Kortheronrenlmceof our customers la Stan- - theexlremely low price of !, .... r.an.A.I vltH bore, just to satisfy myself whether Us was manoeuvre sweeps away all who have nol diers, whether ofllcers or men, are borne flr.l an.! TlelnlfV w. It, UVftrfll to keep on hli yards an aitortmcnt 820 (ho NciiHoa or 8'M) (o IiiHiirc. a bumbu;. The moment I caujht sight of fallen. Unless there are ofllcers to ordoi lorwaru anu sustained in tho path of duty of our Lumber, where they can gt 1: at cheap as (Irats furnished at (2 tier month. Due rare will Cincinnati, Ohio hi hair, which you romembar he wore him, the Rutsian soldier has no more Idea not much by moral force or by sonso ol from us direct. He will alto nuke estimates for betaken to present accidents or escapes, but will down his back, I was satisfied the maa was of helping to form a now front hi such an military obligation as by innato love of any bills not on hands, whirh we will till on tliort not he responsible should any occur. Inscription and 1'idlgree Nobby Is a Jet black JIELVIX It A Vis. emergency than he has of UMirplng the fighting nnd danger, by the shame of dis notice. in earnest, though very occeutne. with tUr in forehead and two white feet, 18 hands Lily, Ky. "Tho brilliant, sprightly fellow, who by crown of the great wblta czar. He has nol posing woaKness, oy tue prwe of nation nnd I Inch high, Mnomtne and tall, good, bony leg, KENTUCKY CENTflU hrad and neck, (excellent shoulder, back tbo way is almost always superficial, has even that appreciation of the situation that of race, by pride of regiment, of squadand loin In fid,I faultless In symmetry; and will ron, of troop, by personal pride; not generally a curly beard. If not, his hair is would move bim to run away. . '!. II mm .1111.... ........1 UII n...nlA !...... tiUAlBUllTQ lUCIVUU-TII- I II . H . .Mil III U loast, by the pojver of tha wheel-goincurly. It's easy tj hrmz a Mnlb to the face uitIueUraHH 1101110." a belter dlt;ioalllon, and these qualities ho Inrarl-bl- y of a man whoso hair is curly. He lau-l- is mechanUm which asslgnj Imparts to his progeny. As an evidence that Mis MorrH Opinion or Mr. Ttldon. each man his Shortest and Quickest Route from Oeo he will produce sery last hortoa wben crossed on task and inclines bim to give but short auubcre coldor naturj. os notatn; tj laujb Nv York letter , good ruarr-- Is the fact that aouie of his sery speedtral Kentucky to all Points North, dience to distracting irrelevant thoughts. OrrostTK Cocbt-Hsc at. Hut that's U'oau-hi, mm I is luayaut, It ivo M:ss Clira Morn, the acu-.- , iest rolls hare nothing but a bir Wallace dam to wht But East, West and Southwest. and not dep enough to peiietratj t., t.iu b ',.' said, the other day, that matter what are them. Thlt prfi.mlns was sus. tives nowhich keep everytbo governing mo- DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, rixoiiimeud iuot)eei comet of Itself is conclusive Fast Lino Ilctwpen torn of things. There is a gooj deal uf iroiu me aire. iowj pruonnai man to his duty wptible of culture to such an tvstfcbtic de.A.tnv.1 . al . I. iiiv.iiit.ii.V'--j.mi..." 41 .nl.l , uf betH.-ecoarse hair and hair that 'is gree that a woman could cxpivskr Indi- mruujju iao long minutos oi n trying en- Mwlsare wrredat all hours. Game always on I. ili..i..Ar'..i.l.. n.000. lOnoof lilt mim ivtrot- . LEXI.YGTO.Y tit OI.VOI.V.VATI fjr colta Ktlr.ofOhlo, and in lit aeason, bnnsh. thuiga it requires an expert to frcbeduU In Effett May 10, 1SJV IM, viduality by means of tho artificial impres- gagement, there is no variety In the results; handdelicacies serrp.1 oysters fresh Bill, and alia-ll- ted last season with Teiy little handlingr InI SI..IS I 4tl.t-al. tbort V it. Forexample, a nun's mastiche sion which she undo upon the nostrils ol for uhat it is hi duty to do, every man notice. Look out fjr in all styles and onItrstau-rantthe tlgn ''Woolblne " doen. and as Often as n cnnadrnn Ij tnrn may bo of a texture ns flno ui silk, aud yet those who came within snilling disifaacs. and call when you are hungry. swntiot bo trained to grow into a graceful A curious woman is Miss Mcrri or Mrs. so often tho undlsabled survivors mako Et Sun. Dally Ex S- -a E. IV. JIAHO.XItEI.UEIt A' CO., eurv. That's becatm the hair is harsh. Harriott the uctress. Sho is aocusod ol haito to repair it. Tbo sami words are ever Dansllle, Ky. Lt.. Corlngtan. ... 8 10 a in SlOpta 'Clo-lam Kiatik, ;'it dam liyAritat; villain ny iti recurring: in!' 'Close in: 'CIoe Kjw, poap.o .vjoo hnir is harsh have anila-h. exatnroratliiir l.er snfnal ilU'ia in nr.i lelolilao; tlh damby f)lomele, Nobbi'a dan but cold natures. They are always turn it intj un advertisement. Bbo is not In the center!' 'Close in!' li,m Uxlngton. LU5pinll itOpn. 6 p u ll.....n.l.l .a..m ..1.1 I.. "ti L. .iii iiriii; In iii.ib, mil I.. "The Scotch nre great fishter-- . They I'.iltlng lth watpsshall forfeit thefruurance If to listen, but it's ditlicult to arousj guilty of any such thing. Just now she ii U M a m"io 21 p iu V: ,Tui aTe' .'''ihave never been excelled iu battle, for cases. ('. A. VltltW, i-all t&eir filings. In nun of this disposition piayiug at a city tuoatre, and tho W'2hM,.'r P w H W ! m tin houso if where men can .1 Klohwand oi ui.r.,..l I nmamLr th? linir ou their heads fs generally, in (act crowdod iro thev can tn 4 00pm at every performwwa. Her the answer T.lpjI wldalsotland a HSC VOUNtl JACK that " fjiucntor tfOpm that Sir Colin Campball, almost always, of n darker shaJj than thofr physical weakness does not puraiit " wlllbo permitted toservea fnwgood tnarra at SIO '" " " Ibiwltnd her ... II'lliQ of the Scotch brigade, gava (he was to Insure. Thlt Jack will be 3 jtarsoldthe Tthof leant. to appear twice in a day, and to u mati-nee- s Lre. Klchmoud... . ot p HI hepteniber, Is fully H bands high. He wit (Ire-"Whin the Loard is full, coverlnj the are given. That means a lot. of $MQ afterward Lord Clyde, and put down the r 3 o p m by the jscktlittw.it anldbr W. 1 Caldwell for Arr. Herea Sepoy rebellion) when his tmm, the color varies from a dark bade to jl.OOJ every week. But her 'Ulrgitos. fi 01 a bi !l,10Jand was taken to California He Is a ball ap. dered to retire nt the bettle brijade was orurn roots to rj I, wliich oolors tlia end iwarunce is prooi enougu tuat of Alma; 'The of the 1,10") pound jack owned by Mr Pry-to- u nwir brother Is not a brigndo Th's 'r,va,u I'.'epr. pa will bo destroyed; ought It not to C. L. C li huibree. of the hair. These nun have very NOBIII.IJOOND. rarely false pretender. Sho ba become Jly No. II H 'i f.i In .inpliotiKi. No. No, i No More full back! tin akin an I tin uure fod memory. Tuoy forget easily, nnl "When Sir Colin Campbell beard this saj eiWu leave u cane or an overcoat behind iiis!.ui.i!e l.fuetii wm A. When nt heme she Isu neighbor of Samuel lng hi, blood roso Livingston. i lit, ev.i bti i to am . high that the answer bo thaui in a barber-shoTney ar j sreat " J. Tilden. Xot long ago I saw them riding COW imnasslonelboand fur lMvinmlfn-m- thers oi tne wurld I0 Warn irm No More Pain! and arj bad at keeping app Arr. ltlchmond . . t. n Ha tal togetuor in a village cart along a country of a quality to govern rit tiul wily shortevent: "It is better, ens the Think over your ucquaintamvs and load, overlooking the Hudson. labor and '. ."...". Lve. lWarlan I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a Li . Trmy looked sir, that every man iu her Majesty's guards leiions the intensity of f the man who is habitually sIjw has a n ... . ' Llnriatip . iiuj )Uj sicai wrecus, nut I iioubt if un intel- should Ho dead upon tho fiold thiin " w . in Til c pain, hut bttter thuiintl not a mustache or beard of a ... thoy ir in n no 11 , vj a in . And the LoultTllIe uliadu lectually brighter couple over sat in tho should itgroitly din.lnlshet the turn their backs upon tho enemy.' Lve, IllelitiiondTT ..I B 09 a ia 1 28 n m Uian his hair. It's always the easj Jauger to life of Lot These Same SOat. The fllmoua hnohnlnr ti TZS. ii, r Doubts and questionings ceased. The di-- TOArr. Wfnchtster. aw the man who oomi in lat at the theatre ferer from mother and i Ijll.I. and Courier-Journ- al locomotor ntaxlu, wWcb s not vision wont forward." .. 8 UJ a in S is a in Arr Paris . Js . leatrs the mother In a ami; (jut to the depot just in time to miss th? paralyse, as many havo suppol, but an audition highly favu'.i-b- l Lve. Lexington . 7 25 a iu t 30 p m i 3dpai One year for unly 82 two pipers for little train." to tpee-lrecovery, affection which lobs the patient of the Lve Paris 9 15 a tu . ma P in more than the price of one. Advance or Civilization. t", noi ii ii Mr isi name to Arr. Covington power to control his muiclos. His motions II 80 a in fi 00 p m OJjHii Chicago Tlme.J The Dread of Why Ho Wont to tho Cmnetery. tlollng, convu'tlonsand ure apt to be grotesquely erratic, nnd no!ll receive for one year By paying us II you An enterprising Frenchmntilias Invontod ntlir .il.irnilntvintifiM.i. ITopical ThntH.) MAV.SVII.I.E I1HANCII. where near what he intend in.ldtit to lingering and uui iiuuiu ian-- r witii iuc iiiuriur-iuuriia- i, ius them a revolver which, though 'gp mall n5 to bi A funeral was pnssin- - through tUo streatt to bo. painful labor Its tru- reprrscnuitlve newspaper of the South, democratTho diseasj is denvl Inconveniently carried in the" vest pockot, nf n Scotch town when the dojr of th s last curable, ly wonderful etllcacy In ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the best, , K578I, i Vi but on the other Transformed to viiotirnfiic-.pn.irtblsictpn t entitle! the brightest and abloat family weekly In the United h Dally L vai rir.mial ..ni .... .t. ,.. it rarely kills; and therefore Mr. Ttldonhand can U tired ten tltnoa without reloading, who desire to exnmino a sample nnd with MollltKS I'KIKNntoliO States. Tti.-ha I certainty than Ex, Sun. Ex. Buo. easo nu man, drevsad in black, entered unbidden. been a puzzl?, with his can do tout thlt office rackt-a. one ol the life copy of the Courier-Journtlirysj of the oil npparentdecrepituie Il.t Aft. AM MM..1.... I .1 Lte Covington rm easing appliances glreti .uo uiuur uli:uuu.... suireu at tue new and his persistant refusal to die as pre- of tae woap n is pattern. The whole length four Inches, which can be to thn world by tin-Bonier nnd nt oacli othor. Finally one of dicted. He was gallantly nttentiv to the reducod t) twj and by uiucrow. oi ui'idiru sci8 20 a m' 2S pS Mr""MV AND thorn addressed blm: actress at his side in a manner that, but for lug the bairc'. Arr Il0 w , , 7 80 SS ence. "Yo'd bo weol ocquaint with the gude tbo observer's respect for I'rom the nature nf.the the statesman, TfoTsi KoTYT ' asoa in front." polntlns tho direction ot the would have seemed case.lt willot course be Tlie Tustii for iriivntnu ISreail. ridiculous. Mki Morris UOTTM'Bot"vD. understood that we can Pally Dally hearso. held the reins, for her hands are enpablo; San Kranclvo Clironlde.l Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun not publish tertiflcites "No." run I fir n i thl I'muhv but sho was bolstered and nronnU Lr im). Ino jieople of this country consumo Lve Maytvllle.. S i"i a in CO p in "Then it's tho auld wifoyo kcrnf without wounding the Ions and pillows lu order to relieve her back great deal of wheat, at d Arr Paris at 'he recent low SAF.1V AND EASE ddtcai y ol the wniers. 8 10 n . .' M.S'o." is put f of jolt and strain. Tho tonguos of bath had prlco for flour it ha aupur.vrted corn " Iexlngtoti. U 10 R m C 10 p m Vet we base bun Ireds meal "Are you a frlondJd'.'Jock's'.who'i in Amen no hlndranoa, and " s.ivingtnn ."ifla lu in many hott,eholds to which it uod to bo flO. nm rf tih h testimonial, on thy chatted gkbrv. TO fen?" ' tile, anl im laoili-- r who "Mr. Tilden is the finest conveimtiuunllst comparative stranger. Wheir once tho KnVB. Train. 3 HM.. .I .... .Mttujr Iuviweeu .... . . ......... ...1 n.v .1 .1"No." nts once us-- it will VI I ever mat," says tho actress. "H m per- - for wheaton bread has boon acquired, tasti SulTcrluij Woman! ier again bu without It In nan Covington; other tr as It ii viic.ni "Then what do yo mean by comln' in es;ny iniormej on ovory are dally except Sunday. not renouncod oxcept at th last extroinity. subject Umb cun her time vf trouble litre bo broached, Train No I rune via Lexington and Paris. anJ and can tell me than I A nrniiilnent n II. rot via Wlnrhest.r an I Pari.. AND lihrillin lilelv r.nm'-a- l "0, I' havena boon vctra weal of late, saf can tell him about tho theories murmy I.lfo from L.1U13 'II ml. ol own Dlrwt conn tib proprietor that If lt were adiusssIM to make pub filgdOctor tolit mitd ink' ns imixli nn.rU profession. Proprietor is Determined that Clieajptake A Ohiom are made at Winchester with Why ho never marrled moio IC'lilcogo IleMld.l lie tho letters we receive, the Mothers Flieud fur Mt Sterling, AtblanI, xercis3 ns I could. An' this ll just maV than I can cnmr.r.h,.t.i .1 :r i. t Huntington, Cnarlcston, W. Vs., and Eastern citwould cmtttdl anything on the market. no Country Two years ago l'rofosor 0. SiH, a it Shall bo tiecoud to ies jiuioarm nme ivo uaeu tao whin 'Hill ble to have remained a bacholor." Fare, Christiana, rocalvod romo mud takon fror.' Hotel in the State in I most earnestly entreat every fenu.e cirectlnig scinotory this week." tho bottom of an Australian lake. appointments, or AttenCoupled! toberontlned to use Motlii's Krien-Japauoso farmors aro complainlnHterly placotl the mud In a small aquarlong inai tion to Comfort of "iiu iiutenirraiy 1 win auu yean) uuring u nevof a lack of n market for a safe ol tflttr And Flint's .lloro. ium nnd nrojucod from it iuli a fauna of obitetrlcHl practice (forty-fou- r I hive their Onesti. ducts. Through tlcUta and baggage clieckod to any er known It to fall to n sire ami quick lOiIoago Lodcer.) fre6hVtater Invcrtobrato.. destination reachedby t rallrosd. delivery. II. J. HOLMIH. M D.. "A man nnd his wifo may dltrer," says at S. V. n. MOIWE, W. II. WHITTLESEY, , Atlanta, (s, nagflfoie tr 111 be cootefed to and from the de wisaylst, with great gravity. They may Passenger Agent. Tray, j.,,,, Af,,Dt 8H1L0H'3 CATAKIIH IiEMCDV, a ioilllv free of chart;, Special accncimo latl ont WUV WILL YOUcougli when billion's Cure oy may.j and, what's more, they geueralls Mrtll niwa lu.M.a.lllaaa1fAfa Send tor Treatise on "lleilth uod Huppinass of tn Commercial Traveler). The liar will curefor Catarrh. Drrhtnerla aud Cinker itnuih. Woman," inallcu ll.l.. In. tit. alnar aopplled wlib tT choicest sale uj Peucrit McAlister. For sale by Tenny x flereral Managerd-- a. liaaui'iELU liuiuLATOR Co,, Atlanta, Oa. i'M;,At brands of Iiliaortmd Clf irs. Stmi-SRttM- ii ntcrrorounml LIFE'S SUNNY SIDE. -- THE JUilTISII ARMY. CXXAIHPO THE ! F&wzn; K CHARACTER IX HAIR. to-d- .ll Through Trunk Line retluJi boston; I mfMMW well-to-d- Mam-lOtlm- n bjt com-poso- iy M7M'( ll'.IKftTMO, Olntuieit-eiophatle- ally woi'k-conie- sys-tor- GILT JDGE! tl.t.l. (1 Crl-moa- SOUTH & WEST .teifenN.n," k.': a 7. o on r j Isl 1 . - V J", ra-t- es riuiia-stlonntil- brw-de- r Suburban Land For Sale I E BLt'K-OKASS 400,-(W- STEVE WAIsKER! r. WUUGJ20N DJBN'riST, tr 28-- U rj rl..iu Turko-Russia- n WELL, HALE'SJUNE lt. m T 1 DuntlHt. ken-luck- ni. lit J. ""'r. I5i-tr- 1 Abdallak Glonco . 01 MISSISSIPPI I face-rjad-l- Kn-glls- h "St. Mary's Saw Mills ia. ato-jr.- St. Louis & tho West book-learn-In- e. r.an-r- -1 Jt.OMSVII.LIJorCl.VOiyy.lTI. i .... ' I Ctiero-kw,(b- MTl'flinc doe-grow-In- g ckw-growin- TIIOlimiLE BOY! .i. 10 Hours - ...." - tlt gt L I, 12Hours Quicker Inn-.lis- . it t)y a 9 fta n.n o. &"m. , ICE! ICE! ICE! iK-- tf iu fi lilQO Rnil !.. TaATTT1 - f-fctrr ONE CENT PER POUND u. del-icac- j.o Ferricn! ox-tea- ha ison; lf LUMBER! .',. WBWW t W.J.'.Wxr'l't7 23-- AT LI. I. m M ti Masoulieimer's Restaurant oi s i a I 1 -- ".11001.0. "r;jroTi 1 ra MOTHER'S Terror 11 r..l. :.1pu - com-mand- en-M- FRIEND ! t.n-eo- par-wn- ss tv-t- p. tftruuil CoiubiiiatioiB L'. lint-nn;- ' ....r;... w ter NoMoreDanger iii - . Wcokb' MotherSOhild. . . Motherhood I NOSTII-UOI'M- r five-eight- HOPE Dr Ii I al ' JO Y ! MYERS HOTEL, Ii- 11 r STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, iti ' 1 111 1 1 1- -- Iti -. I pri pro-luc- I.