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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886061501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Semi VOL. XIV. lournal 8: -- & itetli "coenldetl . ..www tiienof Mmtm at. NO. 133. DB. W. B. FUNNY, STANFOBDD, KT. Office Lancaster street, next door to biorJodrval office. OSes hours from 8 toll a, u.and 1 tofi r. if. Anesthetics administered -- hep r. accessary. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1886. - wiow.PaM. Hf nuui out, wo were left to those within. How can I'ubUtihcil TiirKdaUH and k'rttlnv one describe that first night in the beauti -- AT ful city? George took tbo trouble to count 8U JLI3U A.NNUM, OA-feUher "bag." Thlrty-two- , (16 brace) and could easily have doubled it. Let the cur. understood If we crciltt that U.50 will bo ox. It tain of oblivion fall over the ghastly scentl Vcted and demanded. We escaped with life the next morning, but not without a depletion of purse, that W. P. WALTON. was as a if the worthy landlady bad put the b. b.'s in the bill at a penny apiece. But we deserved it all, because we had not formally trusted the dear LORD in the Praiae the Lord. God is Lore and Noth matter of a lodging bouse, but bad hearkened to man's voice. Taught by ead expeing EIbo." rience, we took counsel of HIM the next morotng and before two hour were over, "Wales. Sydney, New Foctii had a delightful place for the ladles, with Australia, April 7, 18S0 j the promise of the first vacant reom for FROM LAST I&5DE. CONTINUED It will be seen then that we are now in Will and myself. Meanwhile we are doing the best we can at a "roffee palace" for a the third capital of the fourth of the State above mentioned. Albany, few data. But our warfare with cabmen and r6ugh in W. Australia, 1 not her capital. Perth ii. That lie higher up on the western coaat. treatment in 21 class boarding bouse are lint Adelaide. Melbourne anil Sydney are but wrinkles in the rose leaves. Sydney is lovely tor all that. It did not have the all capital of States, or colonies. If ii tboChlcaco of Auatralla, to what advantage of being laid out in right angle halt I comnare SrdnetT I can think of before it wa built, but with many other no American cllr to compare with. But great cities was laid out after it was built, Glasgow and Edinburgh, in Scotland, fur- and o goes meandering along in the way nish a fair parallel to lb.eS Auitrallan citie the huts that once composed it were erectNature baa done everything for Edinburgh ed, after the sweet draggling wills of the and Sydney, only bellowed her favorr. first rough eettlerr; here expanding, to more lavishly far upon the latter. I can avoid a puddle or quagmire, then contractunhesitatingly ear that Sydney ii far the ing (gain, because impedimenta were no moit beautiful city I have ever seen. Iti longer in the way. And now the stately incomparable harbor, I am persuaded, baa palscts of biown atono follow the eccentric no superior for exquiilte beauty on earth. tracks thus made first. I confesi that I Hiturnlng to the Sutlrj: Our voyage lake this irregularity belter than the recfrom Melbourne wat only a continuation of tangles -- as a mere picturesque feature. the charming (ourney that the dear LORD Thus Sydney more than any of the Eiatern gave ui all the way. And tbo simple en- cities resembles those of the West, which chantment ofitu close, ax we entered Syd- lay claim to the aristocracy of age. The kind secretary of the Y. M. C. A. gave ney harbor between the frowning headlands that stand ai grim sentinel guarding its us the first opportunity of utterance in approach, was an appropriate winding up Australia. The children sang two songs and I had 15 minutes to speak to about of a trip we cm never forget. Nine mllei south of Port Jackson n 500 young men Sunday night. I feel sure Sydney harbor ii calleJ) we pine J the fa- something else will grow out of it. And I mous Botany 11 ty. A narrow cut between am more than over persuaded that "our once it gel a parpeodicular clifli of solid rock admits to gospel" will go like wild-fire- , the beautiful shett of water, whose loveli- start. Where are the Aaron and the Hurs ness oaca mocked the sorrows of the wretch to hold up these hands that grow weary, ed heart of the convict brought thither, unstayed! I know not. I only know that became society at home could no longer somebody will be to blame if Amalek preeodare their presence. It is now an exqui- vails. I pray that the fault of such a catsite euburb of Sydney, with every trace of astrophe may never be laid at my door. I it former use wiped out; but we could not am determined it shall not. 0, my reader, but think of all the misery and crime that art thou blamtlees in thit? Thou hast been in successive years bad passod between blest by this very gospel. Wilt thou selthose frowning cliffs. We were near enongh fishly deny it to others? The question i to get a peep at the lovely bay within, as with thee and thy God and Savior. Erer Gi:o. O, Barnes. we steamed swiftly past these rocky gate in Jesus, uwn.in u deep-drainin- g GEO. 0. BARNES. Aui-tralia- n Mel-bour- ativr? nne in ruiiehgurb, inula, I wrote a long letter to the Bishop of Calcutta, setting forth the main points in my case and asking him, if possible, to ordain me as OHIO MISSISSIPPI 0. W an "evangelist at large," with a special took the IlghU aod ran full speed against view of my speedy return to America; eo The direct through line and old established rout the cliff, thinking he wat in mid channel. that I might return to my native land with from the advantage of the imprimatur of a Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis The right headland Is bold and pictuBishop of the Church of England upon my and all points in the West. resquebut not a sheer descent to the wa ministry thus giving me access to (nose of Two (2) Dally Trains from Leulsvllle to St. Louis. ter. The breaker dash incesiantly against like faith, at least, in tho Episcopal Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati these resisting barriers, as If angry because to St. Louis. Cburch, Only lO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati their prey escapes them in the quiet waters I was the more emboldened to make this tost. Louis. within. The entrance Is about a mile and Blah-o- p Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan of water at all request from the manifest interest the a half wide, with plenty got a Through Slooping Car had taken in our unique case when I had times. yislted him personally at Lucknow, But I From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. Osce inside, bow shall I attempt to deknew how pressed be wa with the onerous TTU Rr TW is the only line running scribe the beauty that aitoundi the voyag XUK3 O VXJJU.. through from LouIsvlUe o( hi enormous diocese, and fearing Not a grand semi- duties er? It is fairy-lan- d. and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roads. circular sweep, whose absence prevents that in the rush of his engsgement our interThe Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial (lie glorious Bay of Na- view would drop out of memory, I thought comparison with Sleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parwith best to put the matter in black and white ples, but a broad, deep water-w- ay lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coaches on all trains. as a reminder. lovely laughing inlet running up between Direct and close connections are made in UNION To this letter no reply came. It did not DEPOTS with dlrerging line by theO. A M. tbo most beautiful hills, crowned with Kailway, thus avoiding troblcsonie transthickly-se- t foliage of trees to the top. As worry me, for 1 had placed the whole matfers by other routes. you near the city, a mile or two on, the ter in the dm LORD'S hands and I knew The Ohio A Mississippi Railway is the only line between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis the suburban villas dot these ever pictur- too well from whom I had received mv under one management, running all its original commission to preach to think that trains through solid and In consequence esque hills, until turning another eminence la recognized First-ClaItonte beSrdney bursts upon the view, eeated on the Bishop's silence or refusal would affect tween those Cities. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for my ministry in its main object of winning her more than "seven hills;" hounet now infull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars or any desired information, or write to stead of trees. The combined navle of the eouls for Christ. But I did earnestly wish KOBT. n. FORMAN, world can find safe anchorage hero at once, to have all done "decently and in order," TraT. Pass. Ag't 0. A M. R'y, Somerset, Ky. W.M.PEABODV. light had broken in. W.B.8HATTUC, Every inlet between every crag or separate now that "church" Qen. Pass. Ag't, Pres. and Ueu'l Man'gr, Cincinnati, 0. hill is an anchorage, deep and quiet. Those But I distinctly told "hi LinMiip" in my ty of Paris, Texas, by tbe remarkable recovery of who bate been even further than we pro- letter that come what would my call to go Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not Marriage of Presidents. nounce Sydney harbor the finest in the on preaching was clear. Tbe LORD had The only instance of a President marry turn In bed, or raise his bead; everybody said he world. I can only add thnt I have never given me Hi oommand of LOVE and I ing a secand time wa that of John Trier was dying of Consumption. A, trial bottle ot Dr. King's New Discovery Mat hltn. Finding re could say with St. Paul, "Woe is me if I Been anything at all approsching it in granwho wa too buhful to kiss his first wife lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr safety combined. When preach not the gospel!" I afterward during their engagement, but was bold KIng'sNew Life Pills, and by tbe time he had deur, beauty and the Panama Canal is cut by that worthy thought, in assigning a possible reason for enough to shortly after marry a younj girl taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes o the Dis- Louisville & Nashville E. R. covery he was well and had gained In flesh thirty-uses, his failure to respond to my letter, that his after Frenchman, Lesseps, for Anglo-Saxo- n her death in tbe White House. six -- TUB OBKAT- pounds. Trial bottle ot this Great DiscovEpiscopal sense of authority might have Sydney will be the London of the Orieut. Tab first three President married widows, ery for Consumption free at Penny A McAlister' s. Melbourne, now her superior by far, as a boen nettled by this bold avowal; as if it and Washington bad one or two love af THROUGH TRUNK Positive Cure for Piles. businesi city, will then be nowhere in com- had meant "ordain me if you like, but it fairs before he got Martha Cuttis, Wash TO tuk To the peopled this parison, I predict. Now, of course, Sydney doesn't matter whether you do or not; I go ington seemed to make it a principle to fall we have been given tbecounty we would aay that Agiucy of Dr. Marchlsl'a being furthest off of all the colo- on presetting nlfv the sme." I worded it In love with heiresses and he got a nice lot Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed sutlers as nial cities. In spite of thnt, she ia the 21 carefully, so as to make my ltnguage look with Martha Curtis, who used to tell him to cure or money refunded Internal, External, WITH of these mighty cities of Australia. Soon as little like this blunt "declaration of in- she brought the money into the family. Blind Bleeding or Itching Pitts. Price 50c a bor. sale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. Pullman Palace Sleepers. she will be incomparably the firot. Posi- dependence" as possible. But stripped of JeiTereon was a good match while he was in For position and la bound to tell soon all geiitleoeu of verbiage, thia was the mar the White House. He was a widower and Wives and Mothers. Daughters, tion is EiOisiSYllIe of my meanln'p; and I thought it right We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl't er or later. I wish I could truthfully eay row true to his first wife. Martin Van Buren to NU8UTillC, Female Bemedy, t cure Female Disto be honest and outspoken about it. that everything in and about Sydney corMemphis, was also a widower President, but though eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Well, when we went to Calcutta, tho responds with her glory of situation. But Atlanta, Bishop was there, but I did not call upon he said sweet things without number, he Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or boarlng AfontRouiory, I can not; "every prospect pleases; every did not talk love. Jackson's wife was bur- down felling, Irregular! t!e.,;BarrennoM, Change o I Little Hock, mania vile," would keep coming to I my him, in consequence of his silence a to my ied in the dress made for her White House Lue,Loucnorrna!a, besides many weaknesses springMobile ami New Orleans. ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spirequest for ordination, and I thought he mind, as we fought off rapacious portero, It an impertinent intrusion receptions and Arthur put a memorial win- nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, insolent cabmen and unspeakable draymen, might consIJer Only one change to points In to press him further on the subject. At dow to his wife in St. John' Church while Palpitation oi tbe Heart, As For sale by Drug-SO who pounced upon the unhappy paseen-ger- s Prices he was President, and also sat in her old 51st. Marchlil,(land SI N. pervbottle. Snd to Dr, Colombo, however, the following letter V Xor pamphlet, free. B. Utlca, by the Butlfj, and endeavored to get For sal hv Penny A McAllator, Druggists. was In such overtook me as we waited for the arrival of P8' at their bottom shilling. It our steamer. It had been sent to Futtrh- 8niLOH'8 CATABUU REMEDY- -a positive A terrible riot resulting in the losa of marked contrast with the perfectly fair for gurh and forwarded firt to Allahabad and many live and tbe looting of numerous curesaie Catarrh, Diphtheria and Cankw Mauth at ai, t. uourne't. treatment we had received at Adelaide and tor Seeking homes on tbe line of this road will receive then by good brother Lucas to Ceylon, in store raged for several day at Belfast, Iresprciai ram. Melbourne, that we could not Hut mark the SLEEPLB3S NIGHTS, made mlserabl by that r8ee Agents of this Company tor rates, routs tho hope of catching up with me before land, between the orangemen and national We had several feartsrribl cough. Sbiloh's Cum is the remedy for Ac, or write shocking disparity. sailing for Australia, which it did about 2 J ists, kroukrht on by the former. C. P. ArMORE, O.P.AT.A.. you. For sale at M. L. Bonne's, ful struggle before we got up to a board- LouIstIH, Ky, poets. One side of the entrance to Sydney har bor the left a you enter is perpendicular, Ilopeltei the crash of the vessel driv eo on these, mercllesi rocks! The spot is pointed out where the ship Dunbsr was lost, one dark and etormy night many years ago, with all on board, but one man, cast upon the face of the rocky precipice and lodged in a crevice till rescued. Her espials ml IS Sball I bring up the church quenion to uaie in mo progress oi this ve racious, If perhaps, at times, wearisome nar ArniL hour before the Sutlej left harbor. I copy HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTT. the Bishop' letter as part of the history of Cflndida'esfor leach. rs certificates will ray "Adventurss in Search of the Church be attended to at Hustonville until Friday of my Fathers:" evening and at Stanford Saturday and MonfCONTINPKD NEXT IB3UE , day, 19th and 21t County Convention. Squire John E lis tbe Vanara-dal- e The democrats of Lincoln met at the property from A Dunn for J350. Al Court-Houi- e at 2 o'clock r. m., Saturday, Burns bought of Will right, Jr., a fine June 12, and in the abtenco of the county young bay mare for S150. chairman, were called to order by T. D. Be it known that Will Stagg, true to Newland, one of the committee, who sug- his instincts and loyal to the usage of the gested the election of a chairman. Mr. West End, is the hsppy father of an infant James A. Harris was on motion chosen and daughter. He has the sympathy of n wide taking the chair stated the object of the circle of friends. meeting, namely, to appoint delegates to D 8. Johnson, who?e lifo ha been dethe Lebanon convention. V. P. Walton spaired ot for some weeks, is reported imwas then mado secretary. On motion, tbe proving and strong hopes are entertained Chair appointed the following (gentlemen ar of his recovery. There is general rejoicing a committee on resolutions II S. Withover the change, fcr Dave ia one of our ers, J. M. Carter, A R. Penny, H. T. Bush, best cilizins. John Blain, J. 11, Miller. They retired and The echool girls who have been for tbe shortly reported tbe following: laBt ten months suffering the traditional The democracy of Lincoln county in school-girl'- s martyrdom, have passed ex'mass meeting astcmbled, aminations, performed the act of ribbon-decke- d Hcsole( 1. That we approve of the call manuscript, thumped seraphic muof the District Committee for a convention sic from the piano, wept proto nominate a democratic candidate for fusely over the pathetic cadences of tho Judge of the 21 Superior Court District. tearful valedictory, and returned with 2d. That the democracy of Lincoln counthrilling anecdotes and voracious appety commends to the democracy of the Distites to their childhood homes. Christian trict Judge M. C. Siulley, ot Stanford. He College, this place, closed on Friday withis a sound lawyer, a brilliant and accomout any unusual demonstration. plished gentleman and will honor and Our people have a knack of discoveradorn the position for which be is an aping something compensatory in tbe out plicant. working of events apparently disaaterou. 3d. That W.G. Welch, L. G. Gooch, W. Thus we were greatly distressed in view of H. Miller, W. E. Varnon, James A. Harris, the fact that Birnum'e great circus had O. A. Lackey, W. 0. Hansford and all good outraged all propriety and trampled upon democrats of tbe county be and are hereby the dearest rights of an enlightened and appointed delegate to the convention to laughter-lovi- ng people, by ignoring the meet at Lebanon June 17, and tbev are inrural districts in its meteor march across structed to cast the seven votes of the countbe hemisphere; bat the Knott-Durhaty for Judge M. C. Saufiey for Superior controversy made ample amends. We were Court Judge and use all honorable mean happy in witnessing its corruecatione, and to recure his nomination. happier still when It closed. Although it On motion these resolutions were adoptwas more novel than dignified, more pointed and the conrention adjourned. ed than polished, more personal than statesmaJames A. Harris, Chmn. n-like, more ad caplandum than raW. P. Walton, Sc'y. tional. A Touching Death Scene. Wm. Sloan shot and killed Shelby A venerable clergyman of Virginia said Gregory at his cabin in the Elk Spring vallately: "Men of my profession see much of ley. When the shooting occurred there the tragic side of life. Betide a death bed were present at Gregory's house, beeldes the eecret passions, the hidden evil a well himself, Miss Luanda Gibaon, Harry Wila the good in human nature, are yery ofliams and Sloan, all of whom, except the ten dragged to the light. Ihareeeenmendie woman, were in a bad state of intoxication. In battle, children, and young wives in In the examining trial Misb Gibson testified their husband' arms, but no death ever that Sloan did the shooting, but that Wilseemed so pathetic to me as that of an old liams was the cause. Warrant have been woman, a member of my. church. issued for the arrest of Williams and Sloan, I knew her first as a young girl, beauti- whose whereabouts are at present not ful, gay, full of spirit and vigor. She mar- known Monticello Signal. ried and had four children; her husband "Yea," said tbo new pastor, "you have a died and left her penniless. She taught eho sang, she painted, she sewed, very fine auditorium, and tho pulpit is arschool, she gave herself scarcely time to eat or tistic both in conception and workmanship. sleep. Every thought was for her children, So far, so good; and with a stage properly to educate them, to give them the same fitted up in the chapel and a good dancing chance which their father would have floor and the proper cooking materials, I don't eee why we may not make this a done. She succeeded; sent the bor to college, thriving, wide awake church, and accomand the girl to school, When they came plish no end of good." home refined girls and Btrong young men, The following general rules will apply abreast with all the new ideas and tastes of in the selection of calves to be raised for their time, eho wa worn out, commondairy cowr: Tbo head should not be over place old woman. They bad their own large, the neck thin rather than thick, and pursuit and companions. She lingered tbe skin possessing a soft feel that can only among them for two or three years and b judged by an expert. Look to the e then died of some sudden failure In the culcheon and milk vein, these are as brain. The shock woke them to the con- good indications of character as tbe pedi sciousness, in an agony of grief. The old- gree. est son, a he held her in his arms, cried: Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 'You have been a good mother to ml' The best Salve In the world tor Cuts. Bruise Her face colored again, her eye kindled Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chipped into a smile and she whispered, 'You have Hands, CkllbUlns, Coras and all Bkla Eruptions, no pay required. I, cures never said so before, John.' Then the light and positivelyto giro Piles, or perfect satisfaction, or money Is guaranteed died out and she was gore. refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For tate by How msny men and women sacrifice Peony A McAlliter. their own hope and ambitions, their Hhat Can Be Done ? life itself, to their children, who receive it Ity trying again and keeping up courage many as a matttr of course, and begrudge a ca- things seemingly ImpoulbU may bo attained. Kidney and Liver ress, a word of gratitude, In payment of all Hundreds of hopeless cases ofby Complaint hare been cured Electric Bitters, that ha been given them. after everything else had been tried In vain. 8o Boys, when you como back from college,' don't think there Is no cure for you, but try Elec don't consider that your only relation to tric Bitters. There is no medlolno so safe, so pure Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters your father is to 'get as much money a and so perfect a will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the governor will stand,' Look at hi gray the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach hair, his uncertain step, bis dim eye, and vnd Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. remember in whose service he ha grown Largo Bottles only 60 cent a bottle at Penny A old. You can never pay him the debt you McAlister. Excitement in Texas. owe, but at least acknowledge it before It Great excitement has been cauied In tbe vicini i to late," limiLu on . rontlst. II. K. TAYLOR, Of LOGAN COUNTY. Is a Candfdatefor the office pfSuperlnundent of Puhllc Instruction. sublct w hu atuiiMnuu owib tonvenuons Ins. IIM-Iy- THOMAS Z. SIORKOW, Of Pulaski countT, i, the Republican candidate v. uun iii uiu om juuicim untried B. XIARKIS, Ag't voa Wm. Doering Mowers, Bind ers and Reapers, & Co.'a WILLIAM HERNDON, 01 Lancaster, is the Republican candidate for Com- Crab Orclinrd, lM-t- m - - Kentucky. monwealth's Attorney in the 8th Judicial Election August Id. DIs-trlc- t. Kirksville Fair We will hold our annual Katron the NEWCOMB EMfcTEIi MT, VERNOTT, KY. This old and well-knn- 23d and 2111a of July, AT TUB reasonable. 8pcclal attention to the traveling public. Jl. V. KEWCOSin, Pro'r, 83mm Mt. Vernon, Ky, talninglts ttm.i i. ..m Charge ... fine reputation. Burnam Woods Grove, Where It was held last year. For ICE.! ICE. I will I ICE! A MST OF PREMIUMS, AC., Write for circulars. deliver ;Ice to regular customers In and Ticlnlty every morning at Stanford Ouo Cent Accountsdueat 127-t- jr. J.B. WALKEB, Secretary. i Per Pound. it. k. DAitnorr. JEJIBUY, Vtctthlcnt. d the closeof each month, or whenrustomirqulta. '"" BOUENJE! to announce to his The editor Is that Norn D. Plume, who wrote Dr. Bourne's lunny adrertlaoments, is dead. The large monies paid blm for writing this column brought on sottenlngol the brain and he died of too much smartness. Dr. Bourne Is determined, however, to 'give his customers tbe benefit of this laage salary in prices. Besides selling heart-brok- Sale ofLandJttock & Crop. of 80 Acres, situated near tbe Danvlle pike, in Lincoln county. 5 miles fro.n Stanford and the caster pike. aneds. readers Thslandls In a good atateof cul- - of farming Implements and Goods, MuE'T15e,r:r' b,?nn S.a cattIe ho household and sic Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, furniture. Terms made known on day (128-- lt T. MjAXD, Stanford. Jewelry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing ladle, lid-tor- s, ofaale. Sponges, Knives, Paper, "Blank Books, Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mix-e- d Faints, Brushes, Varnishes BY Everything kept in a Drug Store, all of which is new, fresh and superior, he has on hand a doxen Jtachelom, and will furnish any good looking lady who deals with him with choice of the lot. Watch this column for Hat of voa names, or call at My house burned down recently but another pattern la on the ground ready for bulldlni. The outbuildings are good. The place is well wat I nr?nn,.,ile.rnl,."ipIJn.Jld,orcnard' WW also Medicina, Fancy Ar licit, Toilet J. first-cla- ss Kcntnckj'H Route East Now York. Ann The only line running Bourne's New Drug and Book Store. Washington, Philadelphia and a new PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Buggy & Implement House. I will In a few days open a A SOLID TRAIN FROM Full Lino of Agricultural Implo-mont- s, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. to Washington Oity, With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines at the head. Also a Fast Trains for Now York. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, DauTllle, Norfolk and all Virginia nd North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, apply to your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Mon roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. Connecting In the same depot with Full Line ot Buggies and Wagons Always on hard. In connection with my plement business, I will also carry a Im- Complete Stock or Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as W.C. WIOKUAIt, H. W. FULI.EH. 2d Vice President, Gen'l faaa'r Ag't. Richmond, Virginia. Low ns any one. I solicit a share of your patronage, Bospectfully, Z. JH. BItVCE. 112-l- gVr fMsTfln avaBApw O. & M. i iltEfiiiiiSli lHPysiIS,war!5?HB! SaBSFJkt!CTkiS J. The Bucket Pumd & Water Is an lmprorement on any 1'jiup or Elevator yet Invented. Tho cups descending tullcf alrnnd ascending full of water, clrcuUiea the air Irom bottom to top of cistern or well, removing wiggles, water bugs, and rendering ihn wa cr pure, removing all color, bad taste or smell. This Pump has an Improved rhnln; no links to get twitted; each cup Is soldered ptrmareDtly, and instead ola link, a flat piece oi galranlznl Iron Is !. Do not purchatoapump until you fee this, Very rcsixtiiilj, . Purifier ss v. II. HIGGIN8. iu L. &N. W-M&o LINE SOUTH & WEST SJV . D Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS oiurhi... DjttDltr 4'nuliu. " of lb. itmt turn. tit. trniU lr4mt la h ffetubtra SutM. iiU Mlnillli .tpMtauat prtaelpl tkil Imnh crMuelac ih. tirly merolnf Much, ol iitnu-Iik- i ill plumV'.t t Mo ttirif (r th. filu n.mtr.g. U troy; oi mo rt. wh.a with th. b.tllBC moji I UHn.u. prlncli.lt la iha n ji: Mil pint ef th. .14 mUi. cr tt-- u TtYttim. Ctiitojiit Rimsdv 6. SwttTOtrw .va Mviiui i Until n.in r.m.lj for Catbi, Crtoa iraMnltf C"1fh -. ant ( otmptitai aot M piUuM. MI4 li-l"t- l l.v.li AH nr rlri.tl.t for 11. Tflt I WALTER A, TAYLOR. Atlanta, Oav I't. DR. BinilSK HrrKLKBKHKY CORDUL fcr 1om ..( inwlif hiflI tm: xt Ti. (nra, .iKP5 If fss. Set :es ai, - AM .. l 1 AH - lh.r-- l from . tr i :py. ... 5. tl. CalUrta TttlllBf. rorialttl Both for sale by Dr. M L. EOUdNK, t)U r i :l! H N i i Tun result of the county conventions in DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNT T. Advices from New Zealand bring the the Second Superior Court district shows intelligence of a disastrous volcanic erupMr. R. G. Merrell will shortlyjopon a an almost certain victory for our townsman, tion accompanied by earthquake shocks at merchant tailoring establishment in John C. Banflar. He has 118 vnttvi Tarawere, in the province of Wicro Wairoa. Judce SI. store-rooon 3 J street Julie 15, 1886 without Louisville, having carried 20 out Tho town has been almost wholly destroy- G. Welseger'a Stanford, Ky., iion. a. u. laiooitanu bis tirldo ar of the 37 countle. There is hardly a doubt ed and hundreds of natives and Europeans rived Saturday from Virelnla. where tber that he will get at least G of thouninstruct have perished. have been since tho marriage on the 2nd w. P. WALTON. ed delegates in Louisville, which will give A wronged husband in Dakota invited Inst. tho nomination by 5 majority, the number his neighbors to visit him, detailed the in The trial of Wesley Purnell for shoot necessary to that end being 119, just one juries his hired man had done him, made ing at and wounding Bill Lock and Robett' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. more than tho Judge has by instruction. them drunk on alcohol, and then suggested For Circuit Judge-- J. W. Alcors. He made a bold nnd manly fight and his that they assist him in hanging the offen Turner several weeks ago, is in progress as " Commonwealth' Attorney II. C. WiRaK. friends are enngnine and jubilant over the der, which suggestion was promptly accept- this report closes, Tbe trouble occurred ' County JadsoT.W. Vahson. over a female. result. They will attend tho Lebanon con- ed and executed. ' Circuit Ctork-- J. P. IUlLKr. Trimmed anil ICcatly for Vac, tit Boylo county on Saturday instructed vention in large numbers and submit to no A fearful typhoid fever epidemic exists " County Clerk-- 0. B. CoornH. ' EherlO --T. O. Xkwlahd. trickery that will deprive their favorite of at Bellaire, O. Over COO cases are reported her six delegates to tho Lebanon ConvenCounty Attorney D. U. CiarKsritn. a victory. Tho Louisville with many deaths. Tho terrible sanitary tion, June 17th, to vote for M. C. Sinfley " AiMMor H.D. Kksskdy. Iruth says "the gang set up the districts in condition of the place, tozother with the for Judge and to use all honorabla means ' Jallcr-- B. M. Oitms. to secure his nomination. " Superintendent Common Reboots J. A. Boole in Louisville and in the Second district fact that tho inhabitants drink river water A reception was given on Wednesday Burreyor F. B. Howard. alone did the Saufley men show tbeir hand impregnated with garbage from Wheeling, night by Mrs. M. B. Allen, of Bell Semina-ry- , with any degree of success. Six out of the ia the supposed cause, to the recent graduates. Mrs. G. M. Since our Inst issue, we have examined eight delegates chosen are known to be for At Dublin, Ireland, McKccz'.c, Amer b the recent Saufley and will so vote in the convention. ican Vice Consul, shot his wife with a re Lee, Mlg BsIe E lgleman and Miss Nan the new revenue law enacted Legislature. It contains some Material A number of the delegates chosen in the volver, the bullet lodging in her temple. nie McDowell ns'istcd Mrs. Allen In rechances from the old law. whether for the various districts are purchasable and it is He then shot himself. The wife will prob ceiving. Mrs. Sarah Logan, wife of the late better or the woe can beat bo determined doubtful if, after the hard work of the gang, ably not recover. McKemle died while John F, Logan, died Thursday night after by our roadera from a synopsis of it which Mr. Birbour will get half the 50 from Jeff- being conveyed to the hospital The two an illness of several weeks. The funeral we give them: The rate of taxation ia reerson county when the fight in the conven- had frequently quarreled. occurred Friday evening from the First duced from 52 cents to 47 cents on the $100. tion narrows down to anything like a close Wm. Willson, aged 19, hu bsen ar The only private propetty which is ex- race." The following shows the vote of the rested in Scott county, charged with the Presbyterian church and was largely at tended. empted from taxation ccneis!s of cattle of counties; seduction of Ada Kitkpatrick, aged 12. A very elegant party was given Thurs15STRCCTXD rOB SAUrLXT. tho value of $50; crops raised during the Under an act passed by the last Ltgislaturo S Madlaon.. day night by Mrs. G. W. Welsh, Jr., to Adair.... year; articles manufactured by the family Anderton tbe seduction of a girl of that tender age is ,.. 6 Marlon Miss Rhetta Boyd, of Covington, and Miss Boyle.. 0 Mercer for family ue; poultry and provisions on uaaey declared to be a felony and is punishable ................... Metcair. Metealfe, of Atlanta. Refreshments wen hand. Bank stocks are taxed 75 cents on Clinton Monroe-.- ... 1 by confinement in the State prison. served from 10 to 12 o'clock. The music Cumberland 3 Pulaiki each share of $100 and the surplus funds of Garrard. ...... There are 59 officers for every ship in B Rockcastle., was furnished by the Cincinnati orchestra, .. cent, of their cap G 3 KuhjII banks in excess of 10 per the United States navy, and according to i accaon......... ,... 1 Taylor . led by Mr. Jo Ballenburg. ital stock are to be taxed as other property. je9jamioe..MMMM., 6 Waahlngton Senator Vest, instead of attending to their Koox.... Prof. J. B. Walton, who hu had charge 8 Wayne..- Personal property of every kind is to be Larue ....-..- .. .,.,. duties, the greater number of them are 4 Whitley...... of the Preparatory of Centre Collego since "dead-heads- , separately stated and yalued in an appro Laurel........... standing like lamp posts upon US lite com. 7 Total, 1877, closed his examinations on Friday the priate column for each kind. Bat one and attending public the IXSTBUCTKS fOl BAaBOCB. 11th inst. Of the 110 pupils enrolled duris to be made for each year, and Bullitt.... ..... . 3 Spencer.... routs and assemblies and playiug the dude ing the past year, 29 live at other place Carroll 7 instead of a!iesing the property as of the Franklin ........... . 9 Trimble................. . 6 generally." B Wcodtbrd .... than Danville. Texts, New York, Tennesa LoulitlllefFlnt dliM 6 20th of January of etch year as heretofore, UearT Major Henry T. Stanton is devoting 8 see, Iodian Territory and other distant is hereafter to bo assessed, as of the 15th Nelson.................. 3 Total....- it Oldham-.-.....- ... C3 his time to writing novels, since the Frankpoints being represented. The recent ex 10 of September. The assessor begins his u- - Shelby -fort Yeoman went out of existence. His first ixirarcrzD roa wiHTAKEa. aminations showed a satisfactory degree of eersment on the 15th of September and is .1 ecu aon ........... ............. ........ iv Sort, "Tbe Eents," will soon appear in progress on the part of the pupils who are is required to return his books by the 15th lyrraccrsD roa so cahdidati. Frank Leslie's Weekly and is to be followed, required to do their best both in the way of ... U of December. Instead of being piid by the City ofLoubullle (tlz dlitrlc ta) says inerducan Sea, by another aerial, Later. A telegram states that Metcali which will be devoted largely to life in study and deportmement or quit. Prof. list as heretofore, he is now to be paid at Walton will be assisted next roar as he has the rate of $400 on the first million of value and Monroe divide their vote, which re- Kentucky. Mays ville Bulletin. been for several years past by Mr. W. 0. of aseessed property and $125 on every mil duces Saufley to 115, but he can lose three At Lexington two students living at lion in excess of one million. The county and still get there easily. the State College, Pat Ryan, of Hopkins-vill- e, Grinatead, an experienced and capable teacher. The next term will becin the 1st court is required to appoint a board of five and J. C. O'Bannon, of Owen county, The New York Sun thinks that wages to sit not less will have to come down instead of go high- had a quarrel about a dollar which Ryan Wednesday in September. supervisors, who are required Mies Nannie and Bettie Bell, of Louisthan two nor more than nine days to cor er. During the past fifteen years the prices claimed that O'Bannon owed him. It red any errors in assessment, whether they of all staple commodities, measured in gold, drawing a pistol and fir- ville, are visiting Mrs. J. E, Lee, this counin Ryan be too great or too small. The sheriff is nave steadily (alien. During the same pe- ing five times at O'Bannon. Two of the ty. MIm M. L. flann has returned from authorized to begin collecting taxes after riod the wages of labor have not fallen, shots struck O'Bannon in the right thigh Denton, Texas, where she has been for the th9 first day of November, If the sheriff but on the contrary, have slightly risen. inflicting piinful wounds. Ryan has fled last two year, and ia now with her brother, Mr. Robert JIann. Mr. Frank Ford and fails to give bond for the collection of taxes While the workingman earns as much to parts unknown . MIm Fannie Ford, of Owenton, are vMtlng he forfeits his office and the county court is money now as he did fifteen years ago, and A fifht occurred at the distillery of J. their sister, Mrs. F. A. Bradley, this counrequired to appoint a tax collector. If the a little more, he can buy with it C. Taylor last Saturday by some drunken f county court fails for 30 days to appoint more food, fuel and clothing than he could men, in which a man named Jones cut Bill ty. Messrs. R. P. Jacobs and John A. a tax collector the auditor ia required to then. Thu, in effect, his wages have in Daws and another man named Rankin, a Heron have returned from Conner ville, Ind. Mr. Duke Smith, of the Marine appoint one for the county, and as he Is a creased one-ha- lf. Can this state of things son of Hon. David Rankin, of Wayne coun -, county officer he is required by the cousti be maintained? Judging from past expe- ty, was cut by one Ben Nix. Rankin's Corp- Washington, D. C , and Mr. James II. Hawkins, of Frankfort, are visiting the tution to be a resident of the county and to rience we should Bay that it could not, and throat was cut and Daws received a cut on keep his office in the county. The law that unions something unforeseen happens, the cheek, both men being seriously family of Col. Wm. Duke. Miss Alice McGrorty baa returned from a visit of goes into effect on the 14th day of Septem the present high rates of wages will have to wounded. They were all said to he drinkber next. These are about the only mate come down. ing. Our latest news is that Rankin died several months to friends in Iowa, Mrs, Daws Bettie Chamberlain, of Knoxville, Tenn., is rial changes made by the new law. Here ia further evidence that Minister vceterdar from his wound, while die and Nix is in a precarious visiting tbe family of her late brother, J as. The Kentucky Press meeting at Louis-vill- e Winston secured the appointment to Persia will probably R. Carragsn. Friday was very slimly attended. The to go there at the expenceof.the government: condition. Somerset Reporter. Tbe commencement exercises of Cenfact of the businees is the country editors The Shah of Persia has granted concestre College may be said to have begun with CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY Slatea Miniiter Win have not the tim'e to spare for such gather- sions to the reception given to the seniors by ings, which do no good further than to fur- ston for the construction of railroads be Jim Chadwick has a small chair which Prof and Mrs J. C. Fales on Friday night nish an occasion for the members of the tween Teheran, the capital of Periia, and he says has raised 15 or 20 children and is It is the custom for the President to give fraternity to become personally acquainted Bushire and Meshed, near the Afghan good for as many more. As Jim owns it this reception each year, but on account of with each other. In a sensible article on frontier, with such branches as may ba he ought to know. the recent death of his wife, his place in tbe the subject the Louisville Commercial shows necessary for the development of business We had no such rain Sunday as to matter was taken by Prof. Fales. A lar.e that the association can never be more than along the main lines. Mr. Winston has flcod the river below Hunter's Ford; it was number of young people were present, and twenty years in which to develop the riches Jo F. YTjltku. Tatem, Reese Ward and the evening was much enjoyed. Mrs. a social body. We however demur against of "TERMS GASH. Thonis o. iUNir. Persia, which is better than being Unit- Andy Rice, Bill ila proposition for Louisville to invite the ed States Minister. Dan Holman all jumped Into the river at Falea' sister, MIrs Helm, ateieted in receivassociation to tho city during the Er posithe same time to bathe, that caused the ing. 03 Hiturday night Dr. Beatty, at tbe NOUS OF CURRENT EVENTS. tion end make the members at home for rise and overflow, unanimous request of the senior class, de two or three days. We want no dead-heaMessrs. Alcorn, Morrow, Warren and livered at the 21 Preibyterlrn church a J. B. McKenzie has been appointed feature at all. Herndon, as per appointment, gave etch Bacc&uraurate address. The subject was postmaster at Hopkinsville. The taxable property of Bourbon other severe tongue lashing, to the infinite "The Importance of a is an old saw which saya that evenly There delight of a good audience. Many citizens balanced, symetrical character." The ad"curiosity killed the cat." We do no$ re- county is assessed at $3,720,550. Sti-eet- 3 Pat ConnifT, of Louisville, switchman of Garrard county were present and declar- dress was about an hour In length and was member to have seen it verified in the esse ed the fun worth the trip. characterized by elegance and ability, of a feline, but it like to have got away at Lebanon, was killed last week. lama candidate for the office of mag- which mark all Dr. Beatt's production; it Nelson Palmer, a Baltimore society man with a woman in Louisville the other day. Mrs. Slater was walking on the railroad discovered of forgery and failed, commit istrate In the Crab Orchard precinct. We will probably before long be published in O need a magistrate in our locality. Will be pamphlet form. On Tuesday prizes offer-e- d and found a signal torpedo. She did not ted suicide. j"a$w5MPS?ziffi -- by the "Woman's Temperance Union" The striking macbanics and laborers thankful for all the votes I receive and will understand what it was and got an axe to CO open it so that she might see what it con- of Chicago are mortgaging their household discharge the duties of the office faithfully for the best essty on Temperance wilt be frtfrk-'lfewi M B u i LmL fi 2t if elected. John A. Cbappell. ii" C delivered. The winners are Messrs. W. E. tained. The first blow of the axe was fol- effects for bread. 'MRIr? ' Tarrant College closes Tuesday night, Bryce, of Indianapolis and John M. Rup-ley- , A Boston boy robbed a bank of half a Slalowed by a terrific explosion and Mss. of Perryvllle. On Wednesday mornter was picked up at a distance of twenty million dollars, and spent $100 for pie be- when the sweet girls will be tttt for recreation for a short period; and Mrs. S. F. H. ing, claas day exercises at the College chap. yards from the spot, terribly cut and bruis fore he was arrested. CO Two of four young men alealing a rida Tarrant, the most efficient principal, will el. Wednesday night Dr. Beatty will deed, but still liying. little from Union Pacific It would eeem that Congressmen, who on the of a freight train,were killed in the rest a which benefits duties most euobling liver before the Alumni Association his Staple of the from wreck address on "Fity years of College life." nutl Fancy Greccrle h, ProrlftlenH, fcnecnirnro. GIhss- have seen the carousals that attend the fuKing Ludwlg, the profligate King of and lasting kind are reaped. Thursday morning final exercise, consistassociates and the large nerals of their ware, Etc., Capt. T. A. Moore is writing for pub ing of orations by the graduates, delivery aums of public money wasted by the drunk- Bavaria, has been declared insane and his lication what he knows of celebrated turf- of diplomas, Ac: sracUo?I,nOTcrJf re.peet.wlll uot bo en delegations who accompany the corpse uncle, Prince Luitpold, has assumed the deliver all goods promptly aojTfhero In or williln a fcrr undersold, and regency, men and celebrated horses since 1800. He wiles of to its burial place, would want the Thomas Seay was nominated on the was too small at tha beginning of this cenStaurord or Rowlaad. Como toaeo m. The Laurel county democrats in convenabolishei, but such is cot the 31st ballot for Governor of Alabama by the eastern Will MoD. Watora, aaloaman. tury to remember further bick than that, tion: s case, for when Mr. Allen, of Miss- democrats, who also endorsed Cleveland's Ibsolitd, That reposing specialjconfidence his memory is veiy fine and nevertheless issippi f offered an amendment to tho Leg- administration. the book will be of great interest to many in the ability of tbe Hon. M. C. Saufley, of islative bill that none of the contingent Mayaville Saturday, by a popular vote, people who never were interested in turf Lincoln county, as a lawyer, this Convenfund be permitted to be used for such pur- subscribed $50,000 to the Maysville and matters, for the incidents it contains of tion hereby instructs its delegates to cast poses, but 18 members voted for it. So the Big Sandy railroad, now being constructed the vote of Laurel county as a unit for the Value to byographera and historians. M EROIIANT TA1XOIK. disgusting scenes will continue to be re- by Mr; Huntington. The beautiful Miss Mollie Tatem is said M. C. Saufley for Judge of the Superi peated. George Clements, a defaulting bank mourning because of the loss of ber pet and or Court, for the 2nd District. -- I baTS The Dietrict Committee after going be- cashier at Fort Edward, New York, was wants him brought back; thinks be has liaolrtd, That A. L. Reid, J. A. Craft, receded and lUll receiving hind the returns and reducing Hazelrigg's sentenced to six months in jail and to pay been purloined. Two of our most amiable R. M. Jackson, E. H. Hackney, M. T. Tote to 1,700 in Montgomery and taking a fine of $100, afterwards to go to the State and lovable ladles, Misses Lura Doores and Craft, G. D, Jackson, John T. Hatcher, G. 26 votes from Scott in Madison, decided prison for 5 J years. Bettie Higgins, deeoribe the lost pet as T. Farris and all other good democrats be, Comprlatng the beat In the market, which will t that the latter had Cll majority and declarThe State Board of Equalization met wearing a linen collar, tight pants and an and they are hereby appointed delegates to ed him the democratic nominee for corn-so- n in Frankfort Thursday and adjourned to English Seymour coat,. (No inscription on attend said convention and cast the vote of Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. pleas judge. Hazelrlgg insists that meet again on the 0th day of July in order the collar.) Mies Leila Doorea is visiting this county. Giro Me Trial. he should have bad tbe nomination and to give the county clerks time to make in the Preachersville vicinity. Miss Bettie Resolved, That said delegates are hereby EC. will run anyway. The republican candi- complete reports of their assessor's books. Higgins is visiting Miss Lura Doores. F. directed to cast the vote of Lanrel county date who will beat them both is not yet anThere seems to be no danger of a fail- M. Lutes and family, of Paint Lick, are as a unit upon all questions. nounced. ure of the diamond supply, as tbe South Tlsiting at Mr. R. B. Ward'. Misses Upon motion of J. A. Craft the following Ih a virtuous spasm Oweneboio has pro- African fields are producin more now Baughman and Rout, of Stanford, are the amendment was adopted: hibited the sale of everything on Sunday, than ever before, no less than $2,000,000 guests of Mies Sabra Hays. Resolved, That should none of the above Milk, ice and bread wagons are not even worth having been exported in March mentioned delegates attend, that Col. T. P. Maj. John D.Harris for Covet nor. allowed on the street; the drug stores alone. Hill, of Stanford, la hereby authorized to Senator Beck's bill making it a miede Sometime ago there appeared in the Cbp cast the vote of Laurel county in accordclosed and not a Sunday paper is perare mitted to be sold. Such extreme action la meanor for Senators or Representatives to t'fafa reference to Mj. John D, Harris, ance with the above Instructions, act as attorneys for railroads or corpora present Senator from Madison, a probable ci B Ilkelr to bring the whole ttiort into con tions having charters and other privileges candidate for Governor. Msj, Harris is The Order of railroad Conductors of tempt and defeat the object aimed at. from Congress passed the Senate by a vote well and favorably known to many of our the United States and Canada is in sesoion The representation at the democratic of 37 to 11. at Beardstown, III., nbout 400 delegates be people. He is a practical ai well as a convention to meet at Somerset, July 21, Down In Casey county the choir which Lives on his farm, is his ing in attendance. farmer. to nominate a candidate for Congress, Is fix- did not want to listen to a serTbe General Appropriation Bill passown overseer, Is a man of wealth and edued at one for every 100 votes polled for mon sang without stopping two hours and cation, of fine business habits, of economi- ed the Ilouee amounts to $187,284,080.00. Cleveland and the counties are to hold con- until tbe old fellow shouldered his saddle cal views both private and public, a dem The Legislative, Executive and Judicial ventions at their courthouses Saturday, bags and lit out. Wejwould like to have ocrat politically and socially, and with his Appropalatlon Bills, the Navy, tbe Sundry July 17. The totnl vote of the convention the services of such a choir up here occa- rarrgssd eenj Kentucky might do well to Civil, the Fortification and General De53; will bo 105. Neceisary to a choice sionally. ficiency Bills retauin to be acted upon. electjhim. X. W-SAREItmi-SKtcehlg 3ntcriorournaI WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER well-earne- d M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. I have a small lot of WAOOY Which 1 1111! will sell at Cost. ....... T. R WALTON. street-corner- ......... A Splendid Variety of .......... mmm SEEDS j In Bulk and in Papers can be found at one-hal- T. R. WALTON'S. Of best kinds, at CAi ED600DS&0 MB GROC EBIES T. R. ed WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. d WATERS & RANE Y GROCERS, - well-rounde- Main Stanford. o 7vi ,: Wffi"SMiiv El 1i7jI h fjaiInS?frdJ ; Evi SIMiPKjSj5SEl',Si Etc WATERS RANEY. H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, o. tTr?,Er. Wall Paper, J AjjMlj Furniture, K?4irjL""rt'i21 long-winde- d Cases, Caskets, Robes. S', Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. -- Stanford. HIMimHUlWWBawaMIMIIWHUmMII MMIUiuiw,. Stmi4BEt chlj $ attnoroacnil Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON, Fjtrquxirr ihontra (or Oils for Mowers, IJjo lwt two tlnjs The Hop. The Merry Bachelors have reason to be very proud of the success of their sixth annual nop. It was conducted In princely style and we have rarely looked on a more dazzlirg array of beauty and loveliness than gathered to do honor to the occasion. The costumes were And oxpensiye and each little wearer seemed to'vle with the other In charming and fascinating the beholder. Mont of the gentlemen were in tho regular suits and all were on their very beat debar- tor. The rauelc was furnlahed by Currier, of Cincinnati acd was all thnt the most fastidious dancer could ask. The eutire program of 21 dances wns completed and it was 4 o' clock before the last happy couple reluctantly left the Hall, It was a beautiful and joyous occasion to be cherished in the mem ory of the participants, when age and infirmity have taken the place of youthful bouyancy and ro?y health. Following is a list of the ladles and a description of their costumes. M iisKato KJella, Alum Sprlogt, white allk; olo-ga- nt full-dress Wj Ml M LAND. STOCK AND CROP have made vegetation IiubIIh harvesting etagg'e. machinery -- - ltel'. and other McKotierle & Kentierii Juno 15, 1886 at -- UuBlnooa Manniror. TIME CARD. Lift. LOCAL L4 J M r. M. .. MU train going North. ' " Bouth .....II is r, . El BbuwN, r.ero, for tr hipping bin wife, .... U...HL .... 1 2S 1, M. nuuiOMH4H ftiprfw.imiH II was fined $25 yesttuday. lie will bare to li Xf 10 ThejOT0 li calculated on standard titan. Holtr work it out on tlin rook pile. me li J bout 20 mluutM taster. Hon G. A. IjACIcky ha cjntracted with iOM. NOTICES. Novlu& Allen for a $3000 building on LAN.mKTit'fl carrier, new! in bulk and the Bime eito of the one burned. psckace nt Penny A McAllister'. A VEIIY large crowd Attended the Hale's Watoiieh and Jewelry repMred on alior notice nnd warranted by Fenny A McAlls Well picnic and everybody aeenicri to epjoy er. It. A first claw dinner was served. Boy the Haa Ho Remody. tho origiPenny AMcAl-late- r. nal and only genuine, from Dan Milleb sold to Sam Harris for Silas Sandidge 5 shares of Farmer Nation A coMrLKTB stock of jewelry, latest al Bank stock, of Stanford, at $150. style. Kockford watches n epecialty. Pen-n- y The Band boys' tupper realized $53.50, most of which was clear an nearly every-thin- e way contributed. Botes, the Illinois butor King, has f for $250,000 with the farmers ss the lr ers. He has no assets wnrlh speaking of Mark Jarrhan old n horse inul colt, by Farrls' 8tve Walker, t btch was but 20 days old, for $70. a remarkably fine 0"WEi? SLICKER Is Tie Best Waterproof ... OrDiti A McAlinter. PERSONAL. Miss Macu Ruplby i vtiltlnc in D in rllle. Col. D. O. Slauohtkh wm here Saturday, booming hta plnaaant report aa uaual. Mb. and Mrs. W. li. Manieb, of Nashville, are on a vltt to her parent!, Mr. and Mr. John Bam Owiler. Geo nor: L.Pknmy and Jetae A. Amon hate returned from Georgetown, where they hare been going to College. Among the graduates at Georgetown College were B. A. Dawee and C. M. Reed, of Garrard, and W. II. Wearen, of Kirki-Titl- e. Memks. J. W. Alcorn, R. C. Warren and E. C. Walton are attending the Liber-t- y court. M. Peyton, Eq., will go thither to day. school exhiMrs. Lambert MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. bition at Kings Mountain on the 25th for Jacqueminot roiei. $300 Bargain J30O-- For $300 I will illwOcorgle EJclln, white null, Oriental lace; the benefit of toe school-home- . The adsell a Mounted No 4 New Model Threeh-e- r Onterbnry-bella- . fee will be small and the entertainmission Mia Annl Alcorn, whit albatrcs, lace; pearl. and (8 H. P ) Carey Power, In good or ment well worthy oi patronage. MIm Ilboila Portman, Nun's Telling, lace; flow-erder, having been need but one season, com J E Vowels, Vt. Vernon, Jim Helm was lodged in jail Friday by Uta Mary Alcorn, white mull, Oriental lace; over $000 Constable P. W. Green for shooting Jim flowtri. Kentucky: Rifle, another colored man. The wound Is Mn. Howard Rice, Lancaster, garnet silk and Mr. Eugene Zimmerman, railroad buildtelret j diamond!. In the tblgh and nelm claims that the MUa Mattte Brown, Lancaster, pink mull, lacs; er, Is dlsgus'ed with Glasjo.-rLoulsT- llIe shooting was an accident. Examining flawera. Times. trial to day. Mlu Ida Thompson, Mayatllle, light blue ratio, We beg leave to say for the citizens ol wine velvet trtmmlngt. TitEalsrnof fire yesterday was caused MIm Leila Markibary, Laacaiter, cream bip-tlt- Glasgow that there is a most thorough re e by the burning of Dr. Bailey's clproclty of feeling between them and Mr. red lace; diamonds. and calf sheds valued at $75. The former Mlu Annie Buchanan, Crab Orchard, cream Eugene Zimmerman Glasgow Times. had gotten Trery full of vermin and in the surah, drcollette; diamond, Jacqueminot rosea. Mlu Jean Buchanan, Crab Orchard, pink crepe, effort to burn them out the house caugh(. SETV ADVF.BTIHKaEHTX. decblm; pearla. It was rather an expensive way of getting MIm Addle OtUnhelmcr, New York, cream rid of them, but It was successful. rurah allk; dlamondi, a. hen-hous- mi will give a animal, -- Tho Pulaski C)uniy A. AM A'sncin-tlo- n will hold its annunl Fair Ibis year bo ginning Tuesday, Sep'ember 1 1 snd ccntin ulng four days lUnner Abe Wolfe h purchnsed about 70 head of sheep of Tom Frazure at $2 a hed for Iambs and 2Jo per icUDd for ewf, on delivery. Brinkley, Cron A Co bought 8 mules of Levacy, of R ckcaile county, nt $75 per head; snd 1 mules and 1 horje of John Bobbltt at $105 each; C mules from Henry Catron at $70 ec ; 4 horses ol Ad Catron for $400; and 8 horses frm o'btr parties ranging from $100 to $145 per head. ("Somerset Reporter. It's TtirisnnBinnBLICKntli wtmntMlwil-rrrM- r, and will k"i rondrr In ,tta fctrtiit atona. Ttia n.w TOMMF.I, 8I.ICKI1IU Dd ftrft r Hwr nftmlutlorn. ut lb mrl!ientlr4JlllHitrtttJ Ctulotut frM.Nont Jctnulnt i BllUnr tot."FUk Buna trme-rurk- . A. Towir, na, Hut. k2& SUCKER Uaft IU Ilia Tain viii. Koflft Ttip, Best Waterproof Coat Maae. TheFIBliniUNnSLlCKEril feflalBa nnt.i. U) l..K.in;.,JOJVnrm9nelrVnBfnnlorrnf'berC0t- - THOS. met calf. n' JOHN B. ,: FOSTER, Bleteal AND- Mteiy a Specialty. ALWAYS IN THE MARKET Low JPi-ice- s Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, , I of returning life showed themselves and by mings. Miss Jade Weatherford, HuitonTlIle, dark blue diligent work be wrts partially restored and illkj diamond. Farria A Ramaey building. Is still doing well, He was riding one and Mlu LiuleFarrli, blue albatross, lace topic. Pboctob Knott is the beat, ask thoe leading two mares at the time he was overMlu Emma Learell, Lancaster, pink allk, lace come with vertigo, or some such attack, who hare tried It. Metcalf & Foster. orerdress; flowers. and it Is not known how long he had been Mlu Bessie Ueid, pink Nun's Tailing, lace; Saddlery and Harnew positively at under Its effects when found. Mr. Given diamonds. prime coat. Mstcalf & Foster. Mies Jesse Cook, IluitonTllIe, white surah allk, is 71 years of age and has for some time . ... lace; natural (lowers. Go to A. A. Warren for repair for been rather feeble. e, Mlu Altle Marktbury, Lancuter, cream Champion Reapers and Mowers. Fbom a number of those who heard the blue lace; diamonds. Mlu May Ferguson, CovlDgton, blue ottoman Bio lot of extras for the Walter A. Wood speeches of Mr. Alcorn and Col. Morrow rep, Oriental lace orardreas; diamonds. harvesting machicei on hand. I. M. at Crab Orchard and Highland we learn, MIrs Bets Itlcbardi, pink Kan's veiling; natural that Mr. Alcorn got decidedly the better flowers. Bruce. Miss Suwade Beatley, white allk, pearl trimof his opponent in the argument and won for I will have to morrow new peaches, cu himself several votes from the republican mings, point lace; dlamonda. Mlu Cloe Logan, HustonThl, white cashmer, cumbers, tomatoes, pine apples, raspberranks. He showed very conclusively that Oriental lace; rubles. bananas, Ac. S. 8. Myers. ries the depleted state of the State treasury, Mlu May Uelm, wblt muslin, lace; flowers. s Wheat harveit commenced this week upon which the Col. dilates at length, Mlu Emma Baurley, cream albatross, red aatln, and the crop is said by Snuire Murphy to arose from no bad management on the decollette, lace orerdreo; pearla. deMiss Iteld, part of the officials in charge, but from a collette Mary en train,blue silk, garnet velret, bi large, very fine and well matured. lace; dlamonda. and system of assessment of property, wherehy Dunn, pink Nun's Telling; flowers, Mlu Hon. Alfx Lcsrc will speak on Temper- - the taxable property, which is aa a matter of Mlu Lettle Uocbester, Kansas City, Mo., cream Wed couree always increasing, has fallen off satin, en train and decollette, baby fronte of broanc at the Court-Houte- neaday, night at 8 o'clock. Ltd Its espec many millions of dollars from the assess- cade TeUet; pearla and point lace trimmings. Diamond broach and diadem. tally are invited. ment of a dozen years or more ago. m Tho Willing gentleman present were Harry Mocker, William Cochran, Charles IrTln, J. T. A SHOUT change in the ichedule of the The fellow, Morrison, who recently an Vaughan and Robert McKce, Danville; E. C. exprc trains went into cflVct.Suoday The a meeting for the colored people here Cincinnati; V W. Carter, Mack Slier, M. sonth-bounnow arrives at 1:28 a. m. and and vamoosed after taking up a collection at Hroh and U. C. Keller, Uarrodsbnri; Mack How. the north bound at 2 18. Theee trains run the close of his first sermon, has been forg- aid, Lebanon; Mr, Tburnian, Springfield; J. W. Brooks, Cincinnati; Hal Moore, Sam Kennedy and faster and slop at but few of the stations. ing checks up in Willlamiburg, we learn Dr. li. Graham, Crab Orchard; J. B. Cook, J. S. .. -- .!. .1 J. The cloeing ezerciiea of Stanford Female from the limai. A Methodist church there UuOman, W. D. Uotker, J. H. Hocker, W. S. College occur tonight. Patrons and those had very foolishly atlowed the wandering Huffman, J. H. Ueld, C. B. Held, HuitonTlIle, who liaye patrontted the school this tea Arab and his partner to hold a meeting and Howard Itlcc, Lancuter. a'ion will be admitted without tickets. a ranting revival was the remit. While MARRIAGES. Other person expected will be furnished eating free grub end saving sinners, MorMr. John F. Casn, eon of Mr. V. A. rison was laying his plans to swindle the with complimentary ttckets. Cass, of the Highland neighborhood, and good people and he succeeded in carrying Miss Mollte Bidin, a pretty sweet sixteen-er- , Tiiobe veteran soldiers, the Owsley them out very finely. He forged a number were married last Sunday. Guards, have returned to Lancaster, an or- of checks and got the cash on most of them Miss Josie Dutton, sister ol Captain der having been issued withdrawing troops before he lit out and his rascality found C. E. Turner, formerly of Palaski, waa marfrom Greenwood. Sergeant W. T. Burdett out. Churches can not be too particular week in Eldorado, Kansas, to will now, we hope, discard the iword for about what manner of man they permit In ried last the pen and give us a regular reports from their pulpits. Such cattle bring reproach Charles B. Wilson, a popular young busiman, Garrard county. upon them and injure the cause they are ness striving to uphold. Give them the cold RELIGIOUS. The special train to the Lebanon Conshoulder. 7,30 A, M. railvention will leave here at Some ecoutidrtl shot out a $3,000 meroad time, Thursday, 17tb. There will be The Fair question is settled date and morial window in Christ's church, Lexingtwo concurs at our disposal and as the fare all and Stanford and Lincoln county will ton. Rev. Green Cluy Smith will deliver a we hope do their level beat to make it an unqualiis but $1 10 for the round-trip- , Lets all go and bear fied success. The stockholders met at the sermon on Temperanca at Ml. Xsnia next both will be filled. back the nominee in triumph. The train Court house Saturday afternoon and organ- Sunday at 3 o'clock. A $1,000 Baptist mission .church was will return as soon as the Conyention is ized by the election of W. P. Walton chairdedicated, with Rev. H. A Bgby in over. man and A. T. Nunnelley secretary. The charge, in Louisville Sunday, Rev. H. A. sneaking vandal got in bis work selection of effiser of the association The Tupper preaching the dedicatory sermon, Biugb-ma- n again Siturday night by throwiug a step- - being the first business, S. II. LouUville ought to be a better city was unanimously chosen presldonl; ladder through the show window of Dr. than it is. It has one church to each 900 Bourne's drag store, breaking It in a thous- A. T. Nunnelley secretary; W. P. Walinhabitants, white St, Louis has one to 2,- and pieces, besldei destroying a number of ton treasurer; J. N. Menefee, chief mar 800; New York one to 2.400 and Bjston lamps and vases and theinner window. The shal with authority to appoint deputies one to 1.C00 penalty for such a deed Is very asvere and and J. H. Baughman, ring clerk. The vice if the pusillanimous sneak was found out, presidents chosen were C. M. Jones, G. M. DEATHS, a little doee of lynch law would be given Glvens and Levi Hubble; the directors, Tae remains of Mr. Jacob M. Cooper, blm. A creature who could get his own Smith Baughman, W. T. Saunders, A. D. citizen would burn a Root, Porter Sandidge, G. P. Bright, Dr, for many years a consent to doio mean an act its sleeping occupants, and J. F, Peyton, R. L. Hubble, J: E. Lynn, of this countv, arrived here yesterday in house over QUI M. Cjoper, and were should not be permitted to live In a respect- E. P. Owsley, J. W. Pennlnglon, Robert charge of his son, McAlister and E. T. Young. After dis taken at once to the Biptlat church, where able community. cueslon it was decided to hold the fair on a touchinc funeral sermon waa delivered by The prohibitionists of Lincoln county the 25, 20 and 27 of August, aa theee dates Rev. J. M. Bruce. Afterwards a large met yesterday for a more thorough organ-Uitlo- n appear to be open. The directory was re number of friends followed the body to In tbo cause of temperance, when quested to meet at the Court-hous- e next Danville, where it waa quietly laid by the G. P. Bright was called to the chair and P. Saturday at 2 o'clock to arrange pro.i.u nt M wife. Mr. Cooper moveu to L. Simpson mad secretary. On motion gramme and take all other steps necessary Kansas a few years ago and had been quite Dr. Bourne, P. L. 8lrapBon, R. E. Barrow, for a successful exhibition. Tho question successful In hie business undertakings G. H. Bruce and J. W. Pennington were of money was an easy one aa more desire to there, although past 1 years of age. Those appointed a central committee and Reva. take stock than can be accommodated, even known him beet speak oi him in J.M.Bruce, Job. Bsllou and F. B. Pollitt with a limit of one share of $10 to each who have words of pralre. He was a born gentleman and P. M. McRoberls a committee on subscriber. The premium list will be large and never forgot his birthright. A member with authority to appoint sub com- - with especial reference to speed horses. of the Baptist church, he was faithful to its j mltteee through the county. Every mln-tteachings and died as he had lived, a good Rev. R. R. Ndel. the eyangellst of In the county waa requested to preach AsHOolation, preached here man. Ttte'a at least one sermon on prohibition between Sunday Creek instantly killed night on "Good for Nothing" and -J- ohn V. Wilson was Arrangements were now and September. aa usual made come excellent points. He at Seymour, ina., ouuuuj. adby lightning is a very esrnest and devoted eervant of the also mado to have temperance speakers bone- - In one of Us arms were tho people at varloua poluta In the .Lord and is doing a grVat work for Hi; The dress cauec. ed Into oj'inueas pieces county. Mlta Halite Cook, Huttonvllle, cream cashmere, The candidate a for Circuit Judge, J. W. point lace; diamond i. Pnor. aud Mrs A.PrENcrn, of Pie-g- ah Alcorn and T. K. Morrow, and those for Mia Mollis Fife, Itlchmond, whit itlk, cryital Seminary, Woodford county, arrived Commonwealth' Attorney, R, C, Warren Iront; pearl. Mia Alma JUayr, white aarah silk, mull, Ilea; yeaterday to attend the commencement ex- and William Hern Jon. will address the nowerv. creta, and waa the guest of Prof. A. 6 people at the following times and placet: Mlu Ellen Wearen, bin allk, ducheis lace; Mintonville June 18; Fanbush 10; Somer flowere. Pazton. Villa Kate Hall, rink detltulne cloth, Oriental set 21; Farmers 23; Dallas 24; Woodstock lace; gold. LOCAL HATTERS. 25; Proctor' Store, Rockcastle, 23 and Ml. Mlu All! Dunn, Danville, garnet velvet, en Vernon 23. Shaking at ?. o'clock. train, pink utln, embroidered In tinsel; pearla. FnciT Jar at T. R. Walton'. MUa Daliy Burnilde, black allk, lice trlmmlngi; Mb. Ben Giyens, one of the oldwt and dlamonda. Selt 8EAUKO fruit fare. Water ARwer. Mlas Ella Bbanka, whit aerge; lace. most highly respected cltitens of th'e "West Haiivcjt and Ltrd oil at Metcalf & For End, was found lying on the roadside near Mlu Bue Rout, red allk, lace OTerdreu. Mrs. J. T. O'Uern, white mull, lace; pearls. ter'. Jaspet'a Store Thursday afternoon appar Mlu Nettle Wray, Bloonilagtoi, 111., white Fruit Jar of all kind at A. A. War- ently dead. He was taken at once to Mr. mull, Swlu embroidery; natural flowers. Mtia Annie Shanks, white urge, pearl trimCharles Dingherty's, near by, when signs ren's "Model Grorery." All .four Sugar wa bgbt befcre the adTance and can be sold at me sama old price. Our A Good Washer and -- AT- Irouerl We bar recently refitted of our store ,, . i con venience. Our QUEENS WA tinaUiiS .fmber Set, la excellent. These goods .bought from first baud,KF1 and w,detr comritlHon I, A good price will be paid to one who will star all oaij jou m can ana xainine gooJ the season. J), o. SLA rOHTETt, l"-2- t Crab Orchard, Ky. DRIPPING SPRINGS- - Hardware, Embracing Everything th., ""V " .laut7d ?f"W 7 ut ;$,J" TsverycheBp. one-ha- lf , tu. iVo Go to J. X. IJTarriN -- a. roa- METOALF & FOSTER 33aa WEAREN Oottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Str Ice Cream, Batter kept on ioe, fresh and nice; Ice to retail; Ice-col- d Cider, Ginger Ale and Lemonade. Don't forget that it is headquarters for good But- ter. 121-lt & ery, MENEFEE, Fob Rent. A euite of rooms in the Dealers in all kinds of trim-mtog- s; PIANOS! Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Farming Implements and Machin bip-ttst- Upright Grand, 8quare Grand. We are opening the most carefullr finest arid beat stock of srlectn). th PIANOS AM ORGANS Eter brought to this city. FTery lastiumeut Is the pride of an artist and nrlcea tiara from in tn 25 percent, lower tuan other dealera ask for the same goods. Persons ol musical acd art culture ar invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, refined tone and aitlit designs ot theso celebrated Instrumental cultl-Tatc- ,SIS&Si& yjl3R5a affsiages9 -- Knnbe, tho Fa mous Decker & Son, tho Popnlar Everett and the Reliable Xorr England Flauos, The Celebrated Olough and Warren and the John uliurch & Uo. Organs. Please communicate with us fur citaWni. form and price. Mj. J. LUUIi, Spulal Ag't. M. It. 'World-renowned Tho Sloe Bigles? -- SURKEYS,- bt-g- Uar-my- d Stanford, Ky. Or HOSE n. mCHAItD, A. R. Tennr. Mra. E. M. Careen. Referencester, J. JI. Philips, J. M. Moore and James Btai-leStanford; Mra. Maggie Uolme. Crab Orchard; Geu. W. J. Landram and Miss Llxzle Huffman, Lancastr, Kt. post-offic131-l- Sprirag VtLTagons, IV00L, y, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, Graiu, Seeds, Feed, Conl, Luuiber, Etc. -- PUBLIC SALE Fine Lincoln County Farm serve, The heirs of Leo tlarden. deceased, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, without reat the residence on the premises, on PHARMACISTS nrnne RnnUa Sifltinnftrv and 2b HfiH llfiiilw OflK. w. uri r r,'. .'. n. v !nf:5i:a--IK?1 uic hancy Anicies. Thursday, June 21, At 2 o'clock 1SSG, Harden resided. This Is a fertile and finelr watered bodr of 2 miles north of Stanford and 1 mile from Land, l .1 ...I Howiana, on tne i a . iiaiirpati ll ine residence XUJClCflll ......InlUna aAtintiklv rSin vwltl TiAtJS lUVmrHpitVHV a ipienam uric nouse, containing eigni rooms id there are the usual outbuildings, orchard, Ac The rltca will first be offered In three carcclr. and then as a whole, and that bid accepted which produoea the moat money. The three parcels are. 1SU auoui ss Acre easi oi me rauroau. 2d. Fiftr Acre off of the 8. W. corner of the Largest Stock of Watches, Olcokg, Farm, adjoining Barrow aud fronting 210 yards on The Jewelry and Silverware the Lancaster pike. 3d. The balance of the Farm, about 230 Acres, embracing the build Inge. bought this market Prict Lower than TiRtii.The Land will be rofd by the acre and Ever Lowest. toWatches, Clocks and Jewelry Ee-tb oash, balance surreyed to purchasers; palred on short notlc and Warranted. in tnree cquai installments nio. u ana is monius. with 6 per cent, from day of sale. Pocsessloo of house, garden, atable lots and outbuildings glien at once; of the balance of i&e farm In the autumn Li time for seeding. CENTRAL -- r. it. the Farm on which the late Leo ..... DSALiaa IS vcrtfc i&i - . -- rFFww la. - JS -.. - JEWELERS. a"aBffifTi!Bn t, A(MaiTta ' i?FJiii riinia jit ff Vs ry ftM jv one-four- th 131-- w a. a. iMAxrtant Agent. KE8TUCKY MBlae-lra- ss fi. e MAYVII.IE BRANOn, TJo.ii, NOSTU-BOOK- Ague Cure Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Ureak-bone- " Fover), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AVER'S Konte." No. 537 Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex, Bun. 8bortt tfnd Qulokait Bonte from 0e tral KentnoKy'to all Points Jforth, East, West and Southwest, Fast Line Between Lve Covington. .... Lexington Parla... ArrMUlersburg ... - ' ' IS WARRANTED to cure Fcter and LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Schedule In Effect May No. 6, SOOTH-BOOIC- ' Maysrllle Johnson tarusie 9 01 a m 9 48 a m 10 50 a m 725am 8 15 a m 8 40am No. 2 00 4 25 5 20 5 44 6 OS 6 7 40 pm 56 nut n p nt p pm a pa , 8ouTn-Borv- It, 1886. 0.1'i Ex. Sun 2 3 4 5 00 83 88 IS 0 10 FoTT Dally 8 10 pm 9 21pm 10 13 10 iOpin 11 17 pm Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Bus m 12 m m 2 ta 2 8 10a m 3 9 C5a m 6 II SO a m C 5 6 7 7 55 37 23 46 ii Dally a a a a No. 54 bighly-es3tceme- Ex. Bun, Lvsw "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. "For eighteen montlis sujf-ere-d xvitJv Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle ofAyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. JSDWIJf HARPER." I Arr. 11 11 11 " Urnthlana. " 0rTlngton. Falmouth... Iria. Lexington... IUchmond..., 9(9 SD 10 45 11 11 8 10 25 11210 1 CO am am am pm pd .., Johnsen Carlisle Mlllersburg .. pm Paris pm Arr Lexington 11 p m " CiTlngton pm 11 Lve MayaTllle....... a iiipn 28pa 65 p 50 pm 15 10 00 pat pa pm Ltsv Patla. An. Wlncbeaser . 11 10 a m 10 41 p m 12 20 20 pm pmU pm, I I Stanford Lre, IUchmond.. Arr. Bares Lancaster.... 6 07 pm 6 00 pm Notb. Trains 8 and 4 are dally between Win822 pm chester. Lexington and Cincinnati; other train; 8 05 p m art) dally except Sunday. 7 18 pn Direct conn ctlonsare made at Winchester with Chesapeake i. Ohio for Mt. 8terllng. Ashland, Uuntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern cities. pm " Utlngston.. 2 00 pm 3 20 p m I 5 45 a m Dr. J. C. rREIARED BY Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggist. ncmni-BouM- No. .m S No. 11 No. 1 Ayey & Mast. 10 21 am Berea Arr. IUchmond .... 11 41 a m 7 20 ami. Lre. Rowland 11 8 11 am, Lancaster .... 11 OOarn. Arr. IUchmond..., Lve. Itlchmond .... 1 10 p ml Arr. Winchester..., 2 10 pm 3 20 pm Arr Paris 2 45 p ml Lve. Lexington -- . J 30 p mi Lve Pari 3 ' ml " Crnlhiana Lre. Livingston. 8 00 am Fast Line; Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester, Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betwoea Clnclunatl and Richmond, Va., aud Winchester and Washington, V, O. Through tlcksta and baggage chocked to any destination reached by railroad. For full particulars, call on any agent of the company, or B. F. 6. MORSE, D. A.FEELEY, Uen.Pa&s. Agent, Trar. liss..Agent, CoTington. Kv. Lexington, Ky II. E. UUNTINGTON' Receiver, General unices, Covington, Ky. er HaatrfctttidIiT. a B1 f csum Slrlcturt. 1 HCart )r TO 1 la tf tivn, n tut Uti t)Mlt uktti the cU u cl vf that lemcdiei. and ht f!fs a'aiott universal aatikffc il puMJi and now amon tht leading Mfc.il A. ( lf Jrnl; byl5. WWk flhfcn t. t ' MlT.rHY IIROS I'jfU. tht faor tun Il , 0 03 ami, m 7 00 8 CO a am, , IaBB F HUFFMAIf, .n..r. dcelnnU.WS ctDS.ftUt SMITH. 1 111.. iJ'WJKltt. GO- - ".Hci4 Arr. OoTlugtoo " 1'alamth I 7 23 a m 2 45 pm 8 20 a m 3 40 pm 8 .vf a m 4 17pra m 6 JSpm 1 17 i u.lO 6 00 p m II 80 a m C 43 pm 0a BTANFORD, KY. Offlce South aid Main Street, two doors a ton? the Myer Hotel! Pura Nitrous Oxide Gaa administered whsn JSSkV ijt, 7? quired. wiFSSetHfilnltrior Joarna. NOBLEMEN OF NATURE. t a HOW TO FEE THE WAITERS. RICH WOMEN WHO STEAL -- SJSJSSSjaSJSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSf I A COLONY FOR THE MORAL TREATMENT OF YOUNG CRIMINALS. Tlio Charity Which M. De Meta Founded In France Curing; for the Vncraut of the Streets The Work of Headline Children from Vice. Tho namo of De Met is au honor, not only to France nblch produced him, but to tbo whole human race. Few doserro bettor to bo known nnd .loved in tbU generation; yot few perhaps of such genuine eminence aro so llttlo known, nnd many now are household words who deserve not to bo known at nil in comparison, and by nnd by will sink out of sight. For time is a great loveler, and "pulls down tho mighty from his soat and exalti him of low degree." This truo nobleman of nature was born to wealth nnd culture, and lled among books, pictures, statues, rare nnd beautiful objects of art, nnd flowers which ho delighted to cultivate. Ho was fine both by cultivation and dotceut, and moved in a circle of scholars and of iut'.uential rank. Ho had a nature, however, which seemed inaccessible to thnt peculiar selCshness which besets delicate culture. Ho thought it belonged to him to givo care and time to public interests; he took ofllco nnd served In various functions, till finally ho was mnde presl-doof tbo court of correctional police In r' Tails. eight llttlo children, it is narrated, wore brought before him for sentence for somo trilling o.reusa. They woro so little that, so It is told, they had to be lifted on to tbo seats and ofl again in court when brought in to be scntencod, aud then led away to prison. De lletz sen. tenced them to a long term, thinking it the greatest kindness he could do to these exposed, bereft vagrants, wanderers In the streets without care, without homes. But this police judge, having a heart, could not forget the e prisoned children, aud att;r awhile he visited them in jail, where be made a discovery, the horror of which to his hoart and conscience changed the whole current of his Ufa Ho found the little creatures already much worse than when he sentenced them, showing every sign of being daily more hardened in aril feelings aud inannors, and evidently undergoing a school ing In crime. This led the good man to look into prison life, nnd tbo result was that no longer could ho sentence the children brought beforo him to what was inevitable corruption of mind and body, and his sentences liecame such evidont evasions, so short and meaningless, that complaint aroso again t him, aud he was removed from the bench ui.d given an ofllco where his feelings would not tr'urnph over his dutlei. But still bo could not forget, aud here again he showed his superiority to tho selfishness of fino culture. Tho French law of that time, fifty years ago, permitted children under sixteen, if in the opinion of tho judge they hod committed ollense without discretion, to be sent cither to a reformatory or remandoi to their parents. In either case the result was ruinous, for, if to their parents, it was only to tho same bad conditions out of which they had come; and if to the prisons, which were the only reformatories, it was to still worso conditions, which inevitably corrupted them more. Hero then was an occasion taking hold of a heart, the occasion being tho fort nes of tbo exposal children of Paris, tho hear, being Do Met. Ho set his affairs in order so as to leave his family comfortably provided for, and then set out to travel all over tho world in search of knowledge. Ho visited European countries, and also whatever places In America he could reach where he heard of penal 'institutions for children which he could study profitably Finally at a little village named Horn, not far from Hamburg, he found more light than elsowhcro, and some ideas In operation which gave him more hope and which fur nibbed him the hints that ho needed. Those principles were threa: First tho children were separated into small groups, which were ruled as much as possible like a family, secondly, great attention was paid to religious training, and, thirdly, agriculture was made a prominent industry All of these facts stirred the soul of Do Mot, and, in regard to the last one, it became his motto thoreaftor to "improvo tho earth by man and man by the earth." Thus equipped, and his heart quito on firo with these ideas, he returned to France, resigned all hU official duties, and then hied to his friend. Ono day FOUNDERS OF THE AOMCULTUKAL COLOXV. UIILIHIF.X LEI) AWAY TO PKISOX. Aprntiod Some Peculiarities of the TCl-ltKnlchU of IIoaIi. "The walterj in tbo very dieap restaurants and those in tfio very Qxpensrro onos aro alike, becauso thcrr are b and pleasant with customers, whether they reoctr tips or not,'' said a man in a fashionable restaurant a few days ago. Ha wm an oldish man with a rod and pleaennt fnoo, an erect carriage, and tho goueml npittamnce of ono who lives welL "Tho waiter problem," he esvkl, settling himself back in a chair and lighting a cigar, "Is one that bothers n good many people. It the exporienco of one who has spent nearly all his life in restaurants as a guest, of course will bo of any use, I can give you mine. A great many peoplo, in fact the majority, and particularly tboso who do not dluo often at publlo eating places, aro at heart a llttlo afraid of tbo waiter. Of courso you can trust tho waiter to find this out at once. Onco ho has discovered independence or of it all chance As for tho guest is gone. my experience includes every kind of restaurants, from tho lowest to the best, I spoak in this caso from absolute knowlodga Take a cheap cotToo nnd cako saloon. No ouo over thinks of giving a waiter a tip In such a placo as this, and it is apparently the last thing that ontors a waiter's mind. He is a and happy young Irishman in all llkellnood, quick on his foet, given to slamming about dishes recklessly, nnd with tho voice of an auctioneer. His ono object is to serve you as quickly as possible. A customer cornea in, sits down mildly, hangs bis head and waits to be servod. The chances aro that he'll have to wait a long whilo if his de meanor Is modest and retiring. ''Eventually, however, a waiter stops in his giddy rush down tho aisle, and growls scornfully: 'What yours!' If tho man tells him quietly and respootfully, he is likely to be asked again, and in a louder toue. When the waiter bring tho food he will bo moro contemptuous than ever. The more respectful the customor is, the more arrogant becomes tho waiter. Tho subject recalls that very old story of the qulot little man v ho walked into just such a restaurant, and after waiting some time to chain the waiter's attention, told him with groat deliberateness that ho wanted two eggs, one to bo cookood one mlnuto and the other three minutes, and both to bo plunged into water before they were brought to him. Then be said be would mix them to suit himsolf. The waiter beard him all out with a look of blended incredulity and re monstrance, and, then raising his head, bawled at the top of his voloo to the kitchen: 'T' eggs!' Then he sped away without further thought of the matter. "Another man comos tn the same kind of restaurant, raps sharply on the table, and Glinmo-some cries to the first waiter he seas: self-respesquare-shoulderobull-nockeice-col- d FLOOR-WALKE- R IN A DRY GOODS STORE TELLS HIS EXPERIENCE. A Fair Thief Caught In the Very Act A Sad Case of Kleptomania Easily Explained Stealing n Hunch of Hair Crimpers Methods Employed. W f SS?yiv7-- v ROYAL. KKWT J X& X aaafS - Ai this point there enters Into the story another name, 03 good, as noble, aud perhaps as much beloved by the colonists at Mettray as that of Do Metz himself, the namo of the icomte do Courteilles. De Metz and De Courteilles had been friends at college and had continued their friendship nftorward, being drawn together even at that early age by ltto tastes and feelings legardlng social questions. De Courteilles entered the army, and the fiicnds corresponded, the magistrate and the otllcer, on questions of penal reformation. When De Metz was on his travels he dedicated to his friend various reports and brochures, which ho published, of his discoveries and experiences, and Courteilles, on his part, sent to bis friend his work on "Prisoners and Prisons." To this friend now De Metz applied, full of enthusiasm, but De Courtell.es hesitated. Ho reminded De Metz of the which hod attendod similar experiments In Belgium and Holland. Experience, he said, had not proved tbo wisdom of tho models which had inspired his Iriend with Beforo ho has quite finished the pleased waiter gives him a friendly grin, repeats the order at the top of his volco, and speeds after it Ho is pleased with tbo man becauso he knows what ho wants, and asks for it as though bo bad a right to it This little parable teaches, nrt, that you must always treat a waltor with a certain amount of carelessness, but nover with groat respoct, nor, on tho other band, with abusa" Baltimore Herald. The Irish llrlgado at Fair Oaks. I afterward heard the Incessant roll of muskotry at tho IVildarnou and at but notwithstanding this was my first serious battle, I still believe that whilo it lasted the firing at Fair Oaks was unsurpassed in the campaigns of Virginia. The battery was not actively engaged until tho close of tho fight and then ono section tvos sent forward to shell the retreating enemy, but was held in readiness about half a mile in rear of the actual scene of conflict, which i as hidden from view by a thick but nar-- 1 . nr belt of woods. We could follow the fluctuating fortunes of the day by the way the firo advauced and retired, accompanied by tho solid cheers of our men and tho sharp, continuous yell of the onemy. Presently the fire came nearer, and with on increased crash on the other side and a petoeptible tlackening on ours. In a few minutes stragglers and wounded men began to emerge from the timber. The first brigade of otfr division was being driven in. Gen. Sumnor sent in the next brigado, Howard's, and with this fresh force the fire again resumed its full volumo, reaching the ollmax of this battle, A nearer approach oi th fire, another lull in our direction and wild jieilSj mtant a second repulse, and row ire uh Gen. Sumner ride up to the Irish Brigade, but a bare quarter of a mile to our right front We saw his hat oil and tis jjzay locks based as ho evidently made a shore speech, probably the only one or the old hero's Ufa We learned afterward that be told them that they were bis last hope; if they failed him all was lost, but, said be, "I'll go my stars on you," pointing to his shoulder-strap"I want to see how Irishmen fight, and when you run I'll run too." A hearty cheer greeted his last words, and the brigade moved Into the woods with the air of men who were going to stAjr. A fresh crash showed when they struck the enemy. For a few minutes tho tiring was deafening, then it began to retiro. The yells gave way to cheers, an aid galloped up to order a section of artillery to follow our advancing line, and the battle of Fair Oaks was won. It was an inspiring open-luof a heroic history, and from that day Gen. Sumner swore by the Irish brigade Capt Edward Field, Fourth Artillery. Spott-sylvauls. g think thoy have not their money's worth in a previous trado, and will run all tho risks to get oven by stealing. Now look there, for instance," pointing to tho glove counter. A portly lady, tastily clad in plush cloak, silk dress, and fashionable hat, seemed leisurely engaged in making a selection from several boxes beforo her. She had stood thoro some tirao, nnd called for one style after another. The reporter and his associate carelessly drew closer, avoiding the appearance of attention, and overboard the various running commonts on colors, seams, and the other features of the stock exposed. The boxes all seemed drawn pretty closo to the front of tho countor. Tho sales-gir- l looked rather annoyed, but expressed bor-self with a yawn, and a light remark to a clerk over the aisle, turned hor back to the customer, picked up a mirror and proceeded to touch up hor frizzles. Almost directly ono of the boxes of gloves went over the counter and under the plush cloak. There was no sign of discovery, apparently, and, after a momont's further handling, the woman s artcd to go, with tho intimation that sbo would call agala CAUOHT IX THK VEnr ACT But that mirror had not b on held up for frizzes alone. Over her shoulder tho sales girl had seen the customer's actions reflected, and sbo turnsd at onco to say, "We generally havo all purchases wrapped up, ma'am," with a slgniflclent look. you hussy i" said tha "What do you me-astout lady, flushing up. The remark was repeated, and "Mr. Jones" to the Mr. Jones was not far off. In fact ho was so near that ho caught the box and gloves half down tho lady's dress as she loosened her pressure on them, and sought to lot them fall on the floor. There was no get ting out for the shoplifter. Her blushed wore profuse, and great drops of perspiration stood on her forehead. She seemed glad enough to get off with the payment of an extra price for the stock, which was arranged with as much expedition nnd quietness as possible, and she left the store. returning to "Now," said the tho reporter, "what do you think of that I' "It's too bad' How her husband would feel to bear of this! I know hor." "You think you do, perhaps, but I hope you are not very intimately acquainted. Her husband! Hal ha I Wby, bo's doing If he hoars of it at all It will bo time now. by lottor from her, telling bow easy she got off. If we hadn't been in court within a month I believe I'd put her through, for she it She's an old hand, and pretty well known in tho stores. But to take her up. Ever been at the police court! Well, onco n month Is often enough for me there. I wonder how sbo came in to play that when there were so few in the house. Why, three or four were watching her and noting tho fun. Thought you know tor, did youi How's that?" "She's the imago of the wife of a well, known architect," explained the reporter. "Suppose sbo is; I know she is no archiby the tect's wife. She's a way," laughing at the idea. "Now, whatever there is in it, I've a theory that such resemblances are designed by somo profess louals, and they study their prototypes most carefully, even to associations, so as to talk familiarly of frionds if occasion brings about the opportunity. I have been mistaken myself in assumptions, but got over It long ago, after a most disagreeable scrapo I was younger and brash. floor-walke- r. flcor-walke- r, det-ervstono-cutter'- "Do you really havo many cases of shop Inquired the reporter. "Not so many seem to got into print" "That is nothing to go by at all," replied "Some stores have half n tbo dozen a day. It is monotonous, not to say worse, to go into court with them, and seo tho firm's name in print daily In such a connection. Who wants that! No one I know. Tbo loss by stoalago is enough, Lord knows, but eyes have to be closed to it What temptation there can be to most of the offenders pa3ses my imagination. Wo have good reason to know it is seldom for want of money to mako tho purchase. Porhaps they liftlngf Wtfi sEcoaro .rEWELi MACKINAC- . thsara nur aonoflBKat uir Summer Tours ant at Thla floe combined stallion will make tihelby City. In stable, Lincoln county, on the rilielbr Cltr Knob Lick turnpike road, Oolt, irTO Ton $15 the Season or $20 to Insure a reJlgreet-Hecoa- Palaoe Stoamera. bu ueaiaaa Trtpe per Week Low RateB Bttirxn floor-walke- r. POWD Absolutely Pure- Thlrt rowiltr nawtarle. A marvel olpurltr. strength and wholetomenesf. More economical tban the ordinary kind, aod can not be aoU cometlton with the multitude of low teat .short weight alum or phosphate powdrrt. Soldinly In ItOTALDAKixo PorDKa cans. 100 Wall mrrct, New York, il Jewel Oetcrlrtlon and black mane and tall, IS hands S Incbca htgh, witbQDa style ana action, lie is o rears om this Spring, was airea oy ixiwn uunoingDam a Jewtlf, baiy th famous old waililoiton Deo mark. First dam Minnie, lir MetioiaU'a Hal- on corn; 2d dam by wella' Crusador; 3d data by of DaTy Crockett; 4th dam by a valuabta old aid. dla mare, pedlgrr unknown. Mr. II. C ParTln'a Uld Minnie, dam ofBecond Jewel, waaa premium animal, from a coll to an ajMiniro. Uocond Jew-timet and wore tha haabcenihown twenty-fou- r times deleatM only twice. allck tie twenty-twHe made ten ahowi lut eeatoo at Danrllle, Klrkarllla, lltchuioad and Lexington and wore ten blue ribbons. will be furnlibrd marri at reasonable raUa. Parting with marts forfeit the luiurance. Lien retained on all eolu until aerrlce charge are paid. I will alia ttsad at the lain stables the One J ack bar, with Is a blood DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND St, Csiberrea, Alresa. HarrtaTtUe. OihIi. Bend lon, Port Huron. (.117. uoute, Clair, very Week DETROIT AND CLEVELAND (TpeeUl Oar Betweea - Krue Bonder Trtga during- Jul and Aetrutt. OUR al e, Satee and Vxeunlsn Tlekete will be ruroiaked br Tour Tleke t Af eat, or ad dree C. 0. WHITCOMB, qen'l Pan. Agent. Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nov. Co. ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS ' 0ETROIT, MICH. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KIT. E. H. BURNSIDE, - BLACK HAWK! At $H to (mure ft lire coll, money due when the colt it foaled or Hire parted with, lllack Hawk Is a coal black S yairs o 1 this Boring, II bandiS lacheahlgb. He w ilred by Caldwell's Youn niack Hawk, he by Velocipede, he by llobertton'a Hamoion, be by Imp. Matumotb, Ills uatu was by BUgali'a lllack Hawk; J.l dam waa relied by, Htllee Maxwell and was an Imported Jack. ttbelby City, Ky. Propr l, Thig Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND Be Warned In time. Kidney diseases may bo prevented Il FULIi BSlOTIIEIlrJ. a?ifP,riotSr Determined that it Shall be Second to no Countrr Hotel in the State in iti Pare, by purifying, renewing, and invigorating tho blood with Aycr'sSansparilla. When, through debility, the action of the kidneys it perverted, these organs rob the blood of its needed constituent, albumen, which is passed off In the urine, whilo worn out matter, which tbey should carry off from the blood, Is allowed to remain. By the use of Ayers Sariaparllla, the kidneys aro restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or SSStu Hs. rlnin Appointment, or will be coareied to tion to Comfort of their Gneiti. Atten- Gilt Edge & Silver King Hired by Hubble't Denmark, known as On Time. KlntUara Mollle liounta hr fihhl.'t 3d dam br Young Amtrtca, he by Tayloi'a Mee. arngar; SJ dam by Miller' Denmark, which sires biui a aaiHHt mm w m kikaum hoc i I.W uwJJ: ttudatn by Jim Dell, oreoflbe beet no horeet of his day; 8th dam a noted iUd.ll mere brought from Virginia, peJIgrc unknown. Tbey will make the eeaaon of ISM at J. K. Far-tit- ', oe mile from rllanlord on the Huitonvllle pike, (lilt Wceli a dark brown, 1 haodi high, 4 BB-- a lo TV iwjya sipplled with Ike ckolctit -geori.iQa.ort sad Clear. LihJ!".' .5"''.1 "'onaodstloaa The Bar will sadfroa the de Abdallah Gloncoo ! The noted breeder, will maketh eeaion ol ISM l !lf',U J eouth of Huitontlll. oa thl(uitonTlU an! Lib. ertj-- turnpike. Abdallah tllenro la by Jo Klm. no. 3150; (rial 77; Bright's Disease is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparills also prevents inflammation of tho kidneys, and years old this Spring sad will itand at "" other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas. VT. Weld, Forest Hill t., Jamaica Plain, Ma., writes: "I have had a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparills made mo foel like a new person; at well aud strong as ever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer st., Bostou, Man-- , bad been troubled for cars with Kidney Complaint. By the u of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, ho uot only $10 to Insure a LlTlnj; Coll. OM 9 tit. n.l k.lt I .t..-Ullrer King will It limited to IS in are, at the toD.C.a.recorJa am. same rata. Hell 3 ears old inn epilog, a 11 .J ' beautiful bay, IS handi I Inchee high Hand at tame placo a fine Ji ck, Will alio J. STEVE WALKER, -1- Prevented the dlscaic from assuming a fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John McLcllan, cor. Bridge nnd Third sis., Lowell, Masi., writes: "For several years I suffered from Dyspepsia aud Kidney Complaint, tho latter being to severe at times that I could scarcely cttcud to my work. My appetite was poor, und I was much emaciated; but by uing WoM&jf At $N tolmure colt, money due at weaning time. He lea blown Jick whb whit polnli.S yrare old In June. IS bandi high. He waa tlr! br Alkln'a ..', U- l'T . King William iu u - l. ihiog ..L..,l'lt nrti f 1 " ' 1UV?' dm W (Aenco'I Cherokee. I f diiup, nu vj col U are dam a lllack aatln jennet, ebe Urea br mil- - unu, aS' and large and coed nn up ana be by King I'ollllr. bli eecond d,am by !i,,.,.BC4,,.toa JJ',.h und." More Uutle Toe Mar Caitle J te k It a large gry . Y errr l,.n,in. imi.i on.., of hie ec.alK) anotherltd waa aapromlilng. butow. 110-- tf that & t neer troo trained. A VlVtv?. ii1.hi"?0iV,'!lI,houh 'lira, eaddle tone, tall on alow track In t 1H8G ?" or o laontbr handllnir. tlmt.1 . .. it. 01 iwyi county, wr r.aayi be could bow aas0B.lt any time, and s.V blore broe ling eliewhere, and aae money, for he Mm Ol ma Ikttl runnlni sh.1 croter In exliteoce. H I a beautllul rotting orown, band! "S mu . bldll. ffcldlnir anirl.. 1- -.. . : ' d kid ar.u iianJi fur tk imall turn of .uuf mine it. ''-- , orelgnr by Imp, (lleuco.) dim Ileitis C. br Cunningham Copper Bottom, M damUlnerTa buncai by Imp ilunard. Jo Umo by Hi. Llmo, No. 773. by . ......,.., . ., ! 0,tl tor ',j lleele H'i, Lycurgne WSSeaeid, pew. trial a 10: Klr- -t "..'.''. ii " & ' - j. r. j. n. num. ' " msu. "flJ? " r"t.".wrl 0. -- mtiitl .-". AYER'S arsaparilla my appetite and digestion impruvrd, aud my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggists. I'rico $1 ; Six bottles, 95. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Si Co., Luwell, Mass., U. S. A. A SAD CASK OF KLEPTOMANIA. Met, glowing with a well founded enthusiasm, for he had observed closely and thought deeply, not wildly, convinced his friond that certain dotails of bad management, especially the poor and unproductive soil, had been the cause of the failure of the foreign institutions. He declared it fundamental that a useful school of reform should bo placed on rich and fertile ground. Hually De Courtelllos was convinced, nnd then joined bis friend with an ardor equal to De Metz's own. Both these men, fortunate, cultivated, turroundod with everything that education, high circles of friends and social privileges could give, retired from the world together, dovotlng their time, strength, minds, enthusiasm to the They selected a fine stretch of soil, purchased somo acres, hired others, and in JBo'J louiided the agricultural colony of Mettray. Thirteen years they worked together there until De Courteilles died, in Sopteai bor, lb.Vi After the loss of his friend, Do Metz worked on alone for twenty-onyean til November, lb73, when he, too, died. Ho never relinquished his ardent work up to tho last moment When over TO years of age ho sup. rlu tended his colony und made endless journeys over tho country looking after tbo boys that bad been sent out from tbo institution, going to thoir roscuo when-ove- r be heard of one who lackod employment or for any reason toeraod In danger again and needing encouragement, advice or help. Chicago Herald. pros-!erou- s, new-wore confidence. But De nlficent and solomn ceremony than the funeral of tho dowager dncbsgti of Norfolk. On the arrival of the co.lln at Arundel it was conveyed from the station to the Hjfeian Catholic church with much st&b The procession, with the collln covered by a sumptuous pall of black and gold, tbo samsrous priosts in their vcetmonSs, tbo choristers in their surplices chanting funeral byums, the coronet, the quaint and splsadld escutcheon, me torcnes, ana tuo long train or mourners made altogether such a picturesque sight as is not often seen in England, and it created a profound impression among the crowds who witnessed it The chorea was wholly draped iu black, which, hi accordance with tho old custom is to be distributed among the poor of the town; and there were four watchers by tho coflln day and night, with numerous candles of immaaso size constantly burning. Vespers for the dead were Fung on tho arrival of the coiBn, and there was a requiem mass next day. Loudon Truth. Odd IMcture of Alexander Httrplmi. Maj. Lamar Cobb has in bis ofllco a photograph cf tho Hon. A. H. Stephens, takes long before tho war, whan possessed of all his powers to their full capacity. Mr. Stephens Is sitting with bis legs crom-- d aud the bottom of both feet resting (Jat.upcm tha floor, n position peculiar to Mr. Stephens, and that no one elso we have ever heajsd of could occupy. Try it and see. Atheni Go.) Banner. It Is long since there has baen a more mag. The Funeral of Duchens. woman take off balf-doeus nice embroidered handkerchiefs as we had in tbo store. I was positive sbo was a certain customer on our books and was confirmed tn the belief by recollecting the absent-mindeway she worked. To me ft seemed a sad case of kleptomania, and I fancied her houso full of all sorts of stolen nicknacks of no uso, but said to bo presents from friends. That's the way, you know. So I let bor pass out unnoticed, aud at tho end of the month sent up tbo item with the rent of the statement of tho month's purchase! Then it all came out As soon as I saw the lady I knew my error. But it was a closo resemblance. "No, I take no stock in kleptomania. If you notice, Its ,only a disease for rich folks. Who knows but what Pasteur will bo innoculatlng for it after be gets through with hydrophobia There's more money in it for blin. Tbey say the nobility have attacks of It enco in awhile. Yes, every stock suffers with us. Ob, it might stop stealing If we didn't display th goods so much, but It would stop trado too. Why, the other day I actually saw a grown woman hook a bunch of hair crimpers off tho notion counter that wero plainly marked two bunches for J cents, Tho gall of Itporaly-o- d moand the clerks around, and wo nearly laughed aloud. Wo let her go her way, though. Silk remnants and bolts of ribbon or laco are tho most tempting, "Yo., we do soarcb, but more frequently it is not necessary, but as you saw. If a woman comos prepared to steal, and has tho ouatoinary bag or pocket tewed in bir clothe, we can know whether she is good to search by beating around her clothing, when wo fool uncommon objocts for the pocket From time to time wo have accumulated stacks of stuff taken out of such places, but not stolen from us, Itarely do they try to brazen it out, but cry. and talk of their homes, nnd they never did It tefore, and never will again, and so on. As I said, we don't care to so into court, und let most go if we get our goods baa.. Aiticles regulory purchased, you Know, are wrapped and have cash checks with thorn. We havo found such with goods acknowledged to be stolen, but never keep tbeui, of course," Inter-Ocea- a modest-lookinn d s l saw a INDIGESTION To strengthen tho stomach, create an appetite, and remove tho horrible depression nnd despondency which result from Indigestion, there Is nothing so effective m Aycr's Tills. These Pills contain no calomel or other poisonous drug, act directly on tho digestive; and assimilative organs, mid restore health nnd strength to tho entire system. T. P. Bonner, Chester, Pa., writes: "I havo used Aycr's Pills for the pnst 30 years, and nm satisfied If It I should not have been alive had not been for them. They y, Cured mo of Dyspepsia when all other remedies failed, and their occasional uso has kept nio In a healthy condition ever since." L. X. Smith, Utiwi, X. Y., writes: " I havo used Aycr's Pills, for Liver troubles und Indigestion, a good many years, and have always found them prompt and efficient In their action." Illchard Xorrif, Lynn, Ma-s.- , writes : "After much suffering, I havo been cured of Dyspepsia and Liver troubles By Using Aycr's Pills. They havo dona mo more pood than any other medicine I have ever taken." John llurdctt, Troy, Iowa, writes: "For nearly two yenrs my llfo was rendored miserublo by tho horrors of Dyspepsia. Medical treatment nflbrded mo only temporary relief, nnd I becamo reduced In flesh, and very much debilitated. A friend of mine, who had been sltojhirly nfllicted, ndvlscd mo to try Aycr's Pills. I did so, nnd with tho happiest results. My food soon ceased to distress mo, my appetite returned, and I became as strong nnd well ns ever." The lire ol trotten, roaililers and more fancy and 1 will alto mnd my flnejack, lint clan Kuterb hor- - than any other attllloa tn Kentucky, will make the mna of 1838 four ml Ice weil offitanlord, directly on the Knob Lick pike, and will, on account of the deprreilon orer high erery Iblng, I permitted t) eerre mart at the A.,.OI?,,J,u; . . On in.lu m,ik extremely low price ol li a flnt.clM.J.ck aod a flnt.claw breeder and will Hin Jenneti at M. Hareaeen thre.of Mi $1.1 tho Season or $20 to Insure. (Olti from jenaet that do honor to any lack .... Mir ei nartnl with r.n.t.-- . . .. .W on are .i?V" ,MjJ m,rM brfa Orau furnlibed at f 2 per month Due rare taken " "'J uionij it uue ana extttteJ to pieTent accident or eacapia, but will not L re f,tf,ni lJtit, but not reipon- 1 pot it le inouia anr occur. l'edlgree Nobby ti a Jet black il ile ibould any occur. Description and HS.tl K. N. 1'OWEl.L. atarlnforabeal and two white ftal,l(2handihlgb, handi 1 Inch high. On mane and tall, good, bony head and neck, excellent ekouldrr, leg, beautllul back and loin In lid, faulllm In eymmetry , aod ! will ruarante there doesn't life a etalllon better dlipoittlon, and thce qualllle h InTarlably Iroparta to hli progeny. Nobby la the aire ol 01 Nobby, Jr , record i W(, and eold Will mak the eeann of for I J.0O0. when handled tery little. On of bli IMS at ray Uttry Hub! colti trotted tail eoaaon, wltb little training, In In Stanford, Ky., and will perinllte-- 10 nrre a aSS. another In J S3 and one In a SI, and wai eold I for 11,500. Uliauckllnca wore ID lie at the UmltcJ nuubiroluaieiat HuatonTllleand DanTllieKalriOTtr rlnceof twen VT'.V . coll. Nobby waailrI by Oar- - 815 ty and twenty-fou- r Hciison. o Lbier, the air 01 iiatu uue, iayA rani Hed Crook. 2S3', Hill Arp. Du when Hippy, aerrlce are ren-"' "UlfJ-"- . a St; (larrariCblel by Mambrlno Cole!, alt of to dered, a Lady Thorn, 2 IB1,; Wool ford Mambrlno, 2 .IK, roar tnftto du iniure the fact la foal, when aicertalned. or 4 30 Hit. Flral dam by Krank, and otht ram the 3d dam by Aratue; 34 data by liyedyk'a Hamble-Ionia' allfal mahogony. Df.DT".lWJlk' ilh dam by Dlomtde. Nobby'i dam a rir1.i,niln. trotting it ?Jid blb.of iZ' tunrougbbrc-- mar, laid to tx by Imp. Tranby, hl' m,l la soi Si.tJiu?T ln i'artlng with mam ihall forfeit the luiurance In all caaei and a lien retained on all colt until dlitlngulihedblmielfais breeJer. Hi la aroun-terpao charge la pall. For further inlormatlon, eer-lof Alcyone, but a larger hone erery , ('. f.. callonoraddreu and bli gait and bloo.1 line altola almllar and Or W. M. McArar U10T (''.,ow the Wllke . .1 . i.ViT-5Manfurd. y. March. ISM. Ml Ull AUUUIM,a ll., Iff flral .. A.l. handled UUallle Vagen, natiied fVA11 b V Inhonorofoneoflhefalreitand brlgbutat jewel of Indiana, and lis worthy namcaake of royal t'.tV.V Vl,"1 h! elt dote toa 40, being Lis her lire, ah hai a JlorJ level bead a fine ilalllon will Thia Dantllle Wllkea li by Lyle'a (leo, Wtlket, Jr, make the leaton nt ISM! at l 11am Al Wllkr by "... BkedaddU; bkedaddle my p'ace, tbriemllrelrom u UUTer. lit iIiinnlHio.l,l,n B 1.. -.. Hranfortl on tbe Htanlord '" V- Trumprter, 3d dam Aratui. 4lhdam linn', rittuj At A Danvtlla pike, at Jvaglj, athdam Wild Heir, th llp, and can till trace him furlDrr Into th tlinr..i,ulii.r.l r.,n. $15 to Insure a Maro ,,'w"f"' 'ors, the dam 01 l)nrllle m Meadley by Waxy, 2J dim Hfael- in Foal. . ""1,.'i.r,.t . .. J' 10 rt I .l!.- Until bUck. foilnl In y Stony 16S2. lilMn handi hlzh. br William Welch. by l"etrel,3il dam Torn Hal. Ryadyke'a Hambletnnlao; let dam Kit by Hill 1 urui rurnlihed at 2 par month. Du car Vennont: 2d dam Ulack flwin br Hlm'a York- - Uken to preTentaccldenta.lut will not be any rxcur. ahlre, by Imp. Yorkihlre; 31 dam Little Emily br 110-Wagner, by Imp. Wagner; 4th dam Kmllr 8pwd A. T. XUXXKLLEY, ritan ford . by imp. iytTiatnan; omuaui ut racKOHnj binuam l,r Orandrlrer: 7lli dm b Maryland I'hatnlxi Slh dam br Hannibal: Dili ilaia by Sllkr. br fnw. el. (tiee KmllT Hp'd in Krure'e tud IkxjV, Vol. I, page Vil Vermont Hieibletonlau li n Tery wltb tine aty In and 1ii-- , good action The Combined Bullion alrd Wlllhm Welch, with prleate reMrd ol 25. Vermont being a graud eon of ltyidyke'i Hamble-tonlathe grandort air llrlng, and Olll'i Vr. ! moot combined, barke-- l by thorough breed, ought to make a finealock hone. Foaled Msr 8, 1SS0. la a dark blown with small I will alio itand at tbe tame placo a fin jack, itar, t6Uandablgb; extra heayy mane and tall, Imp. Vlctaw, jymraelrlcallo form, with euperlor nyle. both In 10811 ItimiKNOX. barneai and under aaddle. He waa by the noble Bumpter Denmark, he by Goddard'a Den. mark.bebyOalDai A Cromwell'. Denmark, he by the tbo race bona Denmark, ha by Im. ported nedgeford. lat dam by Miller' Den mark, lie br the race borae Denmark, bli dam by Hor Uel.Iddam br Montgomery's Ollrer, Sddam aaTaacr4 BSaaf trt trfhaaaf.t by old Drennon. ilrendeia will tike not m thii I'rlnce pojieaaca more Denmark blood than other etalllon now In the stud, which all anr a horsemen will acknorriedg haa produced it more saddle and comblncl auick than any other known la Kentucky. Ha proren him-ac- l' an excellent breeder. v(3rBtaaaBasmaS Tbeiaddleatalllou, 6aSiaW",'aiiJ BaVrSBaSslS'sflaBaaaamsSBasI S10 the Season or $12 60 to Insure, Mcelroy, "'tnndaSlnfhe .,,,. ... i?E "r'"" .' 1 Danvillo Wilkes 1 Him-brln- tho Vv T n; 1 '"n', "' ' r.t rt til'" re-j- ct A at ' Vermont Hambletonian. ''S "oJ ,"? fl.in--.il- . ... jfcrt lzzJ' ..iJf reepon-llblaabou- ld tl STALLI0NSF0R 1886. bold-goin- g, Prince lenaiiark TitO. OH AIKEPO ! rav4 fint-claa- firat-cla- A candidate in Oreeon is so uUn ler thai Tho Portland Oregonliui expresses the belief teat "lie could wear a double barroled phot-gu- only mustered they bad become somd to 15,000. Slnco then tho decline bus been less rapid, Lut still tbey are yearly losing ground to a surprising extent Tbey A biographical museum of famous French, number at tho present time only 1.1,000, or nun Is a now Idea that is being put t test H,0i0 less than slxtetn years ao. Loudon Letter. iu Pans. -, -"- at the last mentioned dot WO. Diminution of Ilrewcrs In Kncland. A matter which is attracting much attention In England is the apld diminution of the numler of brewers. Sixteen years ago tho brewers of the United Kingdom numbered &',00O. Between 1870 aud ISsO they grew fewer at the rato of LC0J a year, and In )W1 Ayer's Pills, DB. J. I'ltKPAREII 11 Y AYER & CO., Lowell, Maw. For sale by all Druggists. C, PENNYROTALPIUS '.,'l.n.bl. 'um.)U Ur'i if- 'CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." llio Oriiriiiiil iiimI Only iJeiiulne. worthlr Imitation. tnAtlwuri - j CATARRH .CURED, i.r-.- m aud -- n for trousers." secured by Sblloh'a Catarrh Remedy. Natal Injector free. For tut b) M I,, breath Price Joe WUV" WILL YOU touros lllglTeln,muie ForulebrM. 1. Ecu no, e.us whn dnllou'i Cure "ChlrhtatrrV u Knt-Utl- '" ti f.r prtlculir l, A DIES. r.aaU- - Pile 10c, 30c and f ' lij llru.jpl.t-- . nam rtvfjutirr. A.k lr "t tilth en. l'imjro.kl I'UU. 1iWituU' At I. lu'ir I). cult rr tike e other or iusUm rnttlt. Utlt hr M.Mim --H.UBrr, HlilU.ln., I'a, 4n wlllrecelTe my perional attention (Iran fur nUhedatreaaonaCleyattvi.t. be paid for the remoial 01 mare. No reaponilbllltT forbafyo tale as oh kin ae th very cheapeat. in.ura,0M,,,C,,e,' V3,XiS W,,h "i or all klndi for ,orWU tb ail a eU Vefcr HJ.am STKKLR CAUVEATEtt. U,tttHI!Ht. Oil'UXH. 11411 Foaled May 1, 1879. la a rich mahogony bay, hatida high, lifayy mane and tall, fa atrlctly 1SJ4 fine and fancy, is l)ib a natural and pleaaant aaddler breeds lancy, and a more uniform breeder of aid-He- re can not be found; hai nerer produced a aing. ecdt butwnathaiahown aaddle action erery year In tbe aid oideat Tbe fine Imported Norman I'alllin, will icaka the die rlnga from thehigh-la- ll to tbe youngit of hit nlTtprlng. 11 Is ityle on both .idea 10 aeaeuooflSSAat the atable of J. M Wray, at thotolrd generation, I. backed up by thorough-bridio- ri Tink Cottage," l mile fr Jin Sianford' at both ilJei, making him ery actireand iprightly In gait In form and (lotah a ivprfect raoVl. Hie el. Wa; .(red by Kumpt.r Denmark, the tire , of 1 Denmark. (ai ulrsn ,. aj tyMli.a7i a? r 1.. .1. IIM ur Colt. Chinipo l a dark gray, sir w.it,v. a ud OrfiVStoIuiurna UH(ir. IiV and la alz air A Jbert (thorougbbred) 2dfo 17" handi blgb, weight l,f.0 pound rear old tbe 23tli ol May next. He la of fine stria (dam ofMrgmlui by Tranbr, dim by Vlralnlui tborouilibrwl) b and act len, good In tbe lolne, well ribbed acd ny meceieutaieu maaoua Whip; U dam a Whip large txxlr. wltb well anap-- i looiruere-- . head an- Vf. Blub. on. Ho waa l,unrl". by neck wfll Th abOTe hoiMi will make th . r iat .. bl field A Co nl HloomlngtMi. Ill . Kept 14. 188J my farm, 3K mi ee from Hmtonrille, near Cnen-r- ? H8.tr Wit A rt-- U'AKRFII.n, "ml wl" iP;rmltled to terra ra.a,. Ji!,.1h0D to Inaure a living oolt Mare committed in my care and breedlcg lim3aK'-r"'r- " WALLACE DENMARK, Fifteen llollnrM .Season, alt.i.".::. ""' et t. ilJUtlniwogorVJu J. .r "" LP