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As for the comforts of life welt, Iloselle will compare favora- tiefit 0o wk Ut Wv intftmL NO. 137. 2ontlMt, JAMES IS, McCItEAICT It a Candidate for to Congrecs, subject to the action of the Democratic parly. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1886. Jomet B. McCreary. DB. W. B. PENNY, CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY is with peouliar frellng of pride and Mr W. Jim-- ', 8TANF0EDI), KT. who bad .bsen pleasure that we announce the Hon. James a very low add urea suflVer for several Offlee on Laocaiter street, osxt door to toIxra-aio- a. bly with any English or American home I B. McCreary as a candidate lor reelection Journal office. Office hours from 8 U with abcem of the II rt-m thought m. and 1 to S r. M. AnfithetlCi admlnlitered when haye ever visited of people "in good cir- to Congress from this district. Few men r. oecootary. cumstance," who 'ilko to have things om have been so igaally honored so earlv in o be dyin ves'erliw events and Kin during ibis nwhi, 'in i moe fortable." life and none hire discharged the duties of I think I mentioned in my last that Wil- the various trusts confided in him with uiorninc The r.ily this morning appointlie Noble came over with as from Sydney. more entire satisfaction to his constituency. Wm, Doering & Co.'s ffloweri, Bindlie li a dear fellow and quite like one of As a soldier he fought faithfully and cour- ed a R)ird of Health, composed of the ers and Reapers, mtmhttr. Die. Doorei, Pettus, the family. The two Wills get along splen- ageously in the line of duty as he under8.ephU'on and Graham and Messrs. E, didly together and are comfortably lodged stood it, and, when vanquished, submitted VV. Jones, L, M. Lasley and lll-i- m Jas. H. Hutchin the city. They have pleasant quarters quietly like a true man; as a PcaldenlUI he did his party effective work and ing, and the city will undergo a thorough in the boarding houre of a Misi AlexIt Vitbttattctl Tttrndaya and AT Friday umim J 1EU A.NNUM. CASH. It understood U w. credit 1154-ly- II. K. TAYLOR, Of LOO AN COUNTY, la a CandMate or tbe office ofSuperlntendtnt of l'ui.llo Instruction, subjtct to the Democratic citato Convention. that 11.50 will be and donianded. -- 'thM O. B. HARRIS, Ag't Crab Orchard, Kentucky. ftl-low- inc THOMAS Z. MOKKOW, OfPulaikl county, li the republican candidate for Judge lo the Sth Judicial District. W. P. WALTON. cleaning ! trict, Election Auguit ander, and are very jolly, roaming the id. James W. Guest loaned his buggy to God la Lovo and Noth snburbs, boating on the bay and helping in Praiso tha Lard. two young men late Sunday evening and the meetings, as they can. They are both injr Elo." H e will bold our annual Fair on the found it overturned this morning near tbe nobly willing which looks like a compli MT VERNON, KY. Depot and broken to some extent. As the Auckland, New Zealand, 1 cated attempt at a pan, but isn't. The young meo have not been found it is d May 3i, 1880 three "girls" are at the houoo of "Brother Tbla old and Hotel la still mainAT TUK thry took the night train for other taining its fine reputation. Cbargos rcaaonable. Willie" the elder of the Wilson brothers, fCOKTtKUED FHOU LAST ISSUE. Special attention to the traveling public clime, that the horse left them and when m Woods Grovo, Auckland remind me o much of the av- who live in the city, his cottage fronting r. they found the buggy demolished they erage American cltyl All the citlti of Ibe on the harbor, with a grand view of everyAlt. Vernon, Ky. Where It wai held last year. For could not come in and see so clever a coIodIm hT4 Ibeir own unique InJlvldual-itr- . thing and all iocomiug and outgoing ves gentleman grieved, as he was like to ba, A LIST OF PREMIUMS, afcC, AdefntJe Is the band-bocity. So tal In full night. It Is a luxury that never It was W. K, Buchanan's boree that was Writs for circuUis. clean and perfectly built and brand now. I pills the perpetually shifting panorama hitched to it. In another city of lie size of the busy harbor and the changing lights don't bellere there J. I'. F.JlDItV, President. I will deliver Ice to regular cuatomers In Stanford and vicinity every morning at Misses Lousnna Daddtrar and Alice on earth that can approach It in these par- and shadows on the lovely sheet of water. J. D, WALKEH, Becretary. lieaxley, of Stanford, and Mr. Coutant, of One Cent ticulars Melbourne is the Glasgow of the Brother Willie is aa good As Uncle Joe and Ohio, are visiting at Mr. Wm. Stuart's. Accountadueat tbe close of each month, or Orient not sightly, but with such breadth the girls are as happy as possible under the when rujiomir ijulta. Miss Laura Van Hook, of Brodhead, is visof liberality in business ethlcr; such a cen. motherly care of "Sister Jennie," who lets 122-- tf n.EjiAnnow. iting Mies Maggie Divis. Miss Maggie erous atmosphere of explosive views, that them lack for nothing. "They are just Lancaster, has been visiting Ltwleof to announce to his Tho editor Is tou feel It aa eosn as jou ro there "There loyely," the girls ay, in speaking of this & Crop. hor sister, Mrs. M. W. Gresham. Col. J. readers that Norn D. Plume, who wrote Dr. Sole ii nothioK mean abjut Mclbourne"expreer-- e amiable pair. Another household of fine Bourne's tunny adTertlaementa, la dead. The W, Guest is at the Moore House. Mrs. A. large monies paid him for writing this column I will offer at public sale to tho hlgheat bidder In a sentence. Srdnejr i the Eiln-bur- h boys growing up there also to bo part of it brought on aoltenlogol the brain and he died of on TliurHdau, July ISth, 1836, my Farm There are people who imagine that a of (6 Acres, eltuated near tbe Danville pike, in of Australia, as beautiful and aa the beno and sinew of this grand colony in jockey's life Is a joyous one, that earth can W. Montgomery has a daughter and Whit too much suartnesa. Dr. Bourne la determined, however, to 'give his Lincoln county, S miles fro.n and on the cold. So I found ft. the years to come. All the youngsters in offer few greater delights than to ride the is joyous. Jot n Haldeman spent Saturday cuitomen the benefit of toll large salary In prices. county road leading Irom tbe Stanford lo the LanDanville caster pike. The land Is la a good aUte of culEJinhurgh. both bouses are busy getting their educa- winner of a great raco and to be led back here and photographed our city celebri- Bealdes selling I like to TUlt Sydney and tivation, tenrfn? ezcollrnt. Itiictmii turn an. I ties to present to the G)UrUrJournal readThe are incomparable pi acta to visit. I tion, for which admirable schools, as good Mtdicinet, fancy Articles, ToUel Qoodt, Ju-si- c aheds. My house burned down recently but anthe scales by an ecitaclc crowd, and that lo other pattern la Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, The outbuildingson the ground ready for bulldlne. should like lo live in either Glasgow or as the beat at borne, furnish every facility the aole drawback to the profession is tbe ers. are good. place U well watJewelry, Bolls, Lamps, Fishing ladle. Ba- ered and there is a splendidThe orchard. Will alio Melbourne, That ia the beat way I know The Brothers Wilson are partners in the Mamiiaoe as a Factor in Politics. all kinds chance of being asked to pay income lax on ton, Sponges, Knites, Fuper, Blank Books, offer for sale horses of farming implements and machinery, how to put it. New Zialand Herald Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Miu kitchen furniture. and cattle, hogs, household and 10,000 a year. But how utterly untrne I have already hinted that the President's Terms Aadn known on dar Auckland ia quite unlike any of then. cd Faints, Brushes, Varnishes (12S-4- tl When ycu think of the "colonies" 'hluk Is such an opinion is well shown by the marriage will bring about his renomlna-tio- n. of sale. jr. T. JbAXIt. Stanford. Here you hare a city all tips and down). As of placM where one can get eyerything you racing Drug Htore, all of That is now universally conceded. Everything kept In a correspondent of the New South which ia new, freih and superior, be has on bumpy as Norwich, Conn. The street and can in the old oouotrie, and a lot besides, Wales hand a ttoxctl JlacHclOm, and will furnish JvcAo.whoaaw Archer's face at the Even Gov. Hill's adherents in this State any good lookln g lady who deals with him with CHESAPEAKE JIHO OHIO RY sidewalks do not impress you with a rente that folks at home can't enjoy. Still, I Derby and thus describes it: "It was like begin to res tbe handwriting, and are no choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of of perfectneea. They did not hare the con- would rather live "at home" which seems that of a man about to ba hanged a duel- longer proclaiming that Mr. Hill will be names, or call at vict labor hete that made such glorious very inconsistent, doesn't it? Kenlnck)' Ilonto East ist fuhting with a foe at ones feared and the next nominee. They recognfe) the po Bourne's New Drug and Book Store, roe roads in and around Sydney. The alterna How good Is the LORD to give us these hated a man, in ehort, with tbe complex tency of a woman's influence in the White Washington, Philadelphia and tion! of brick and stono and wood are here, friends in the "uttermost part of theearth," A HEW emotions of terror, hope and resolve. It House, and are fearful that in the last now YOTK. auch aa we bare in American towns, giving juat when we most needed iktm. Our ex Tboonly line running was all the observation of a second; but it year of his first term Mr. Cleveland will a mottlid look to the place, such as you chequer was beginning to run low when we Buggy & Implement House. brought home to the mind the abysmal throw overboard everything he possessed rULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS could never see in Adelaide, with its ele- landed. Then He sent us frisnds well able to in the way of patronage to secure his depth of life and death, exultant joy or horAKD gant uniformity of yellow brown stone entertain, who will not let us put our hands They are frank to admit that I will In a lew days open a rible despair that underlie the gayety and SOLID Nor is it a brillltntlyligbted place. Econ- in our pocket for anything, but anticipate FBOK the blare, the bright dresses, the smiling such a course will certainly renominate Full Lino of Agricultural Impleomy in gaa seems to be an item in the Cincinnati Enquirer. our every want in a rarely generous way. women, tbe popping of champagne bottles him, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky, ments, one hears everywhere to Washington City, Our only rare is to be very cautious as to and the vacuous noise of Epsom race WrltUn Ut tbe Interior Journal. With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting about In these bard and hardening times. Connecting In the sane depot with expressing our wants, for we are sure to get course." After this there would seem to be Machines at the bead. Also a A LULLAB). Past Trains for Now York. For the rest, I like Auckland ever so even the faintest hint of a need giatified e nothing for it but to stsrt a Jockey's The Direct Boute to To Little Dol much. It is glorious for situation. The promptly. Tnus, according to promise, full Lice ot Baggies and Wagons Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia Society. rPall Mall Gaxette. Uuih thee to aleep my baby, bay quite reminds one of that of Naples on "Our God supplies our every need, accordand North Carolina Point. Always on hard. In connection with ay ImThe day la fading away, For tickets and lurther Information, apply to A startling and beastly archaeological plement business, I will also carry a a diminished scale. It i in miniature, but ing to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus " sunaet'a glories are hidden Tbe your nearest ticket office or addroaa W. W.Mondiscovery comes from Georgia. A mound we look over to the "north shore" and see Praise His dear nam forever! roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky Behind the clouds ot gray. Complete Stock of Lumber, reW.O.WICKnAM, II. W. FULLER, Sorrento.; and beyond an island that can Beit thee In peace my darling, seeing was recently opened and a skeleton of a We are rejoicing In prospect of 2d Vice President, Both rough and dreued. Prices on everything as Oen'l Pass'r At1!. Angela will guard thy a!eep, pus, for once, aa Capri. Away to the right "Noble William" next Friday by tbe "Mar-aroa- " cumbent individual of prehistoric race was Richmond. Virginia, Clote soltly your eyes of sxure, ILow as any one. mound was explored thoroughand well out towards the opin sea Little from San Francisco. We expect to found. The 61ep my pretty one, aleep. Barrier and Big Birrier Islands will do du- return by this same steamer as she goes ly and the skeletons of many other mound I solicit a share of your patronage, Beapcctfally, The birds, their veipers are singing, ty as Itchia. The geueral likeoets has been back leaving here the 24th or 25th Inst. builders were found, a were alio discover UMrr Neath the maple's darkening shade, I. 9t. BBVCE. frequeatly obierved; and we noticed it Brother Noble is advertised to begin in ed various specimens of cheap pottery of Concert Grand, Watching tbe pink and amber, the prehistoric period. The explorers now without sustention. The boya have been "Spurgeon's Out of the aunaet tad. Parlor Grand, for we have a Tbelr young have all been cradled became very enthusiastic and the search to the (op of Mount EJen, fust back of the ''chip of the old block" and a smaller taberBaby Grand, mother-bird- s watch will keep, Where the city, and report a view "perfectly glorious." nacle out bere. "Tom" Spnrgeon as he is was renewed with vigor. Suddenly the Upright Grand, Aa I will guard thy alumbera, There Is but a narrow neck of 7 milea familiarly called is the most popular min- spade of one of the explorers struck someSleep my pretty one, aleep. Square Grand. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W back of Auckland before you come to the ister in Auckland and fills hU "meeting-home- " thing hard and metailc and the others We are opening tbe most (ireTully selected, tho The lllle out on the lake shore, gathered around. In half a second a smal finest and txst stock of JesUrn coast of New Zatand and Mana-ka- a Have lain tb lr heada to reat, when other fall, Some say hi genHarbor. It is an Auckland dream ius excels bis father's and that he will sur- object was thrown up which gleamed in the In quiet, sweet contentment, The direct through line and old established route PIANOS ASI ORGAN from On the water's calm deep breast, "some of these days" to connect the two pass the old nun when he geU on in year. sunlight. There was a general dive for it, tvery Instmment is Lay your golden head on my aboulder, & Cincinnati to St. Lonis Ever broughtanto this city prist range from 10 to Louisville harbor by a ship canal, so that vessels may This I doubt. It will hare to ba a Colon-su- a and then a general feeling of consternation the pride of artist an J While tbe atari their vigils keep and all pointi in the West. 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers ark lor tha was found that it was a sardine when it come and go without wearily doubling I'll alng your lullaby softly, same goods. Persons ol musical uiid art culture indeed who will ever stride past the Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. ar Invited to an Inspection of the beautiful , cultiSleep my pretty one, sleep. North Cape. It i perfectly feasible I am great man of the "Metropolitan TaWerna-cle.- " box. The incident will doubtlees be Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati vated, refined tone and artist designs ot these Dkssix II. to antiquarians, who will find it to Bt, Louts. told, and only a question of money. In Instrumental Tom is unmarried, aa well as popuLouisville, June Xlrd, 1S3G. Only lO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati the (he destined greatness of Auckland as the lar. You can Imagine the spioulatlona in difficult to explain. Perhaps, however, to UU Louis. The Knabc, tho Fa the inevitable future "part of call," it will average human society and than you have discovery may have some bearing on tbe reBucklen'a Arnica Salve. The Only Lino by whioh you oan moos Decker & Son tho Populnr Evcent statement that Christopher Columbus I predict speedily bi accomplished. The best Salve In the world lor Cuts. Bruises got a Through Bleeping Oar att what Li going on here in erett and tho Reliable Nerr England New Orleans Times Sores, Bait Bhsum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped I have seen a go id many of the "Aborirf-ineea- " tempts to "settle'1 this promising young was a Frenchman. From Clocinatl to St. Louis. Pianos, Hands, Chilblains, Cornaand all bain fcrupwons, strolling about the atreeta. They preacher. I hops he won't fee stranded in Democrat. and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I. rPVio f"i Rr TUT Is tbe only line running The Celebrated Olongh and Wnrron and drees in European costume. Oace in a chwlng a wife, if he wants one. He preach 00 iXL, through from Louisville Young Pastor Here is a call, my dear Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money X HU the John Church & Co. Organ. 25 cents per box. For aale by and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes belag while you see a tatooed face, or a woman es a pure gospel, they tell me. to Prodeervillc. New Jersey. I hear it is refunded. Price made up of a combination of small roads. Please communicate with us for catalogues, terms Penny A McAUster. with itodrrlip thue disfigured: but for the The Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs PaUtlal and prices. I can not be expected to do more than a beautiful place Jj. J. tOOK, Sptilal Ac'ls, S. It. Interesting Experiences. most part they have discarded that feature Bleeping; Cars on night trains; l.uxnmnt ParI am eo glad, Charles. Young Wife ntanfonl, Ky. give you a few superficial !rems touching lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coach Ulram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, Or ROE K. KICrjAKD, of savagery. Thry remind me more of our ea on all trains. "The salary n very fair. One thousand this superb addition to the Anglo-Israe- l experience thus: "For three years A It. Fenny, Mrs t. M. CarpenKtrerencre American Indians than any Orientals I empire, in its way toward universal eu a year, the parsonage and two donation Ua., tells bis Direct and close connections are madetn UNION ter, J. M, Philips. J. M Moor and James Beaa-tehave trlod every remedy on tbe market (or StomDEPOTS with diverging linea bv tbeu. A M. have yet seen. The bright copper colored Stan'nr ; Mrs. Mgk'l Holmes. Crab Orchof ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no roliel, unKallway, thus avoiding troblesome transpremacy; for books many and varied, dry parties a year. What do you think ard; (lea. W J. Lacdram and ills Llzxlo Hufffers by other routes. skins; the muscular development and sire; with statistical ttbles and dishing with that?" til I used Electrlo Bitters. Took fire bottles and r man, l.nciut-r- , Ky. Is am now cured, and think Electric IBltters the best Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway and the only line striking the high cheek bones, are all in St. Louts think, Charles, that you had better Blo:d Purifier tn tbe world." Major A. B. Kecd, between Louisville, Cincinnati been sprightlinees and wit, in turn, have under one management, running all its accord with the same in our Aborigineer. trains tbrough solid and In consequence written, until the subject is fully threshed let them make it eight hundred a year of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an Konte beis recognlied First-ClaAs it well known, they fought the Ensliih partles.-PhiltdelAffection and aays: "Noth. ysBsLsV9sHisBra old standing Kidney BaCaa. out. If you want the best book on the col and no donation tween those Cities. settler with an obstinate fury that refuted onies, read Trollops' In? has ever done mo ao much good as Electric MsaL3BsBssMsaaJsWllsasMsssaWBsssWs Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for and Call. "Australasia" ftsaaH , Bitters." Sold at 80 cents a bottto by Penny 4 lull MUlkUUfcia M IU M:at uit mnyoj buuMti to own itself vanquished, and would have or any desired Information, or write to you will peruse one of the most fascinating A statistical expert calculates that if McAUster. been tighting with dogged persistence to liutJi. n. ruiuiAKi babies started together in the race volumes you ever took up Froude has TraT. Pass. Ag't 0. A M. It'y. Somerset. Ky. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. this day, but that they obtained peace on W.B.SUATTUC. W. M.PEABODV. written the latent work and it is a gem from of life, 160,000 would drop out the first (Jen. Pais. Ag't, Pros, aod Oen'l Man'gr, Capt. Coleman, schr.Woymouth, plying between tuoflt advantageous terme. They will alow tongue, but folk year, 53,000 In the second and 22,000 in tho Cincinnati, O. a master of tho Eogilsh AUantlc City and N. Y., bad been troubled with ia doing, but ly melt away ait our red man out here think that "Oceaula" is not so third year. At the end of 45 years about a cough S3 that be was ucabto to aleep, and was d"" sissssssssssslsSPy V "rmrii meanwhile they are settled on the finest more and faithful as Trollops' half of them would be still in the race; 60 Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Conlands in the colony, which they neither cultreatise. Read both, if you are a years would seo 370,000 gray heads still at sumption. It no: only gave htm Instant relief, tivate themselves nor alhw others to settle reader, bearing this homo opinion in mind it. At the end of 80 years there would be but allayed tbe extreme soreness In his breast. His children wsro similarly atlectca ana a single upon Bf and by the drills ttlon that and tou will get about the marrow of the 07,000 remaining on the track; 10 years dose had the same bappy effect. Dr. King's New slowly and n a rely settles around them will vexed questions touching these "ends of later tbe uu tuber would be reduced to 223 Discovery la now tbe standard remedy in tbe Louisville & Nashville R. R. schooner, find their presence and ezcluslveness insuptho earth." No intelligent man can afford and the w inner would quit the track forev- Coleman household aod on board tbeUemedy at mtwTn9tMtv iWJrj3sJaETSssMJ -- TUB C1BHAtree Trial Bottles of this Standard portable and other arrangements vitl be to bo ignorant of what is transpiring here. kslaaUJktJuD r&CtUljflbsHaBBnlLe&lJaaSjE 108- er at the bkc of A McAllster's Drug Store. Penny made. It ia tho problem of our own Indian Buttku popular ignoranoe ia simply THROUGH TRUNK The Lancaster .Nrtw up to date has the Positive Cure for Piles. Territory over again. It does not take "a to one of the ignorant ones, who boss fish Ho. though somewhat chestnutical To the peopled this county we would say that TO THK- prophet nur tho sou of a prophet" lo tell happens to stumble on this Eastern empire Aberviated, Mr. Greed-man- , wo have been given tbe Agincy of Dr. MarchlU'a be settled some day. Auck- tn tit travels. Books will help some, but it is audacious. how that will guaranteed of Garrard county, drank from a Italian Pile land is only 40 years old, It is simply as the fullest knowledge can only come by to cure or money refunded Internal, External, spring in great haste, swallowrriTii tounding to think how these coloniee have seeing for one's self. "The half was never gouid at his Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box, ed a small snake. Tnree weeks this ser- For sale by Penny A Mc Allater, Druggists. Pullman Palace Sleepers. advanced "by leaps and bound," aa Mr. told" and never can be, even by brilliant his stomach, beAnd these colonial cities Trollope or classic Froude. Ever in Jesus, pent lived and thrived in iQladstoneeave. Daughters, Wives and Mothers, came tired of Its quarters and crawled out wonderful still. I aee in this We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Ca- - Louisville Geo. O. Barnes. i ate more of bis mouth, man fainted, snake was put thollcon.a Female Uemedy, t cure Female Disto IViiHliville, af the depart. morning's paper the account RlciuplilH, !a JoiD8 wel'' it'"11 eases, such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Norfolk Island, While there H almost unlrersal condem- In cl"'j,ir and iuiqjof Bishop Sal wyn from Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaccme t or bearing Atlanta, long. Rats. hVfherQ.be resides, on bis usual diocesan tour nation of tho convention that nominated Inches Montgomery, down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o I man who presided Little Rock, average number of eggs laid by an Llfe.Leuchorrbcea, beaidea many weaknesses spring , among, the islands of the Pacific, where he Mr. Bwbour and the The recogabove, like Headache, Bloattng, Spi Mobile uuii New Orleans. baa churches to confirm and oyersce. lbat over its deliberations, yet everybody ordinary fbek of hens is about 8J dorsn to lnz from tbe nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, good man and The Bucket Pum & Water 4s the son of the famous Bishop, who came nize that the nominee Is a a fowl, yet Instances have been recorded Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drug Only one change to points In less than 60 rears ago and will make a most excellent Judge, and is where a hen has laid 250 ejgs in one year, to Dr. , tQNeTland i.t. Plcea It and St 50 per bottle. Send It an Improvement on any 'jiupnr K fiinr yet furnished the foundation of Sydney Smith's In every way worthy tha cemfldence of the and from sixteen to seventeen dozen Is con- 3, B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. Invented Tbtcupadtciidlni; I ll nl air aut as"Good-by- e, cending full of wtu-r- , clrruU'w ih " Iron) botDemocrats should support him sidered by poultry men a remarkable yield, For sale h v Penny A MoAUater, Druggists. people. grim joke we all have heard. tom to top of i ii tun i.r wrj. iuuti - wiggle, fuwater buiis, nd rendering ' w eiri movSelwy.il .If the New Zjahnders eat you, acalnit all opposition and in the sniLOH'8 CATABBH BEMEDV- -a positive ' nl ing all color, bad Uate or nueli I'lirup baa A drummer who has been in South cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth ao you will disagree with them " ture should adopt such rulw of party au Improved !: etch I only hope says that the beef For aale at M. L. Bourne'a. Seeking home on the line of this road will tecolvi cup la solderedchain; U'lllnltto to repeat the Florida for the past week permanently, aut ma ml .l link, special rate, Now. you could imagine yourself in an tion aa to make it Impossible aliatplece ol galvanlxrd Iroa u ttd Do not is so lough as to render it 8LEEPLE98 N 1(1 UTS, made miserable by that awseo Agent of thW Company lor rates, routes purchase a pump anttl you see thta in disorderly and disgraceful soeues enacted at in that section you English or, American city Very respn'tlully, Richmond Reg- almost Impossible to stick a fork in the terribts cough. Sblloh's Cure Is the remedy for Ac, or writ. p.it.A, In the suburbs the Lebanon convention. Auckland; and the vlewi yen. ForeJleatM I. tt.iun's. Loulavlllt, Kyi gravy. precisely like what I have Been outside ister. sup-pore- GEO. O. BAKNES. WIlTLIAftZ HEKXBOX, 01 Lancaiter, la the Republican candidate for Attorney In the Sth Judicial Dis- elector, reflected credit on his district; as a member of tbe Kentucky Legislature, he ws so popular that in his second term he became Speaker, which office he filled with ability and Grinntv, as Governor of the "grand old Commonwealth" ol Kentucky he won the sobriquet of "Model Governor," and as U. 8. Congressman he has gained distinction and endeared himself anew to the heart of his people by his faithful, patient and efficient representation of their interests: Always to hi found at his post of duty, always on the side of justice and right, alwaya ready to sacrifice personal considerations when duty to party and country prompt, James B. McCreary will be returned to Congress almost without a dissenting voice in his own party and hardly enough opposition from the republican fold to break the London Leader. monotony ofacampaign. Kirksvillo Fair 23d ami 2111i of July, Eu nm well-kno- 83-- qi vrirriwn .i. ICE! ICE.! ICE! Per Ionud. td BOURNE! heart-brok- ofLand.Jttock j first-cla- ss A TRAIN ta-ke- Re-cu- ' PIANOS! O. & M. cele-brat- Vorld-renonn- well-mean- J, y, US-ly- 'I phia ss IibbbbbbHJ L.&N. T- LINt Olntcaent-emphatic- ally SOUTH & WEST BBB4jHQPt9HsW Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS . ld "'' it. ii. Hiuuixa. - -- lJMEkJl.' qMVlVHIMMiliMHiiViMVWl'jllSU!l'J, vs j I l h" Sv , r Thursday was devoted to the report of tho corresponding secretary and to report from com thanks tome yerj Lancaster. subordinate societies. Oa Friday Misses nliments nald ui br our esteemed Brother Mr. W. 8. Ferauson. of Covington, is Watts and Rsnnotte gave interesting ac Craft, of the London Liader, undeserted quite ill at the residence of Mr. J. A. Burn. counts of missionery work in Brazil. A por Jane 29, 1886 though they be. Stanford, Xy !,!.. near town. Mi's LImm McKee, of tion of the day was also devoted to the con NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Hopklnivlilf, is the guest of Mrs. W. 11. stderatlon of work in foreign fields. At Bright and Mis night juvenile members of the eociety gave W. P. WALTON. Dr. Standiford is said to be the rich- Kinnalrd. Miss Bailie Craig, of Danville, are visiting relatives in an entertainment consisting largely of reciest man in Louisville. His wealth is es Lower Garrard. timated at $2,500,000. tations, the children participating being DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The remains of Mr. J. A. Bright, a drereed in the costumes of Japan, Turkey It is announced that Miss Rose Elizahighly respected citizen of For Circuit Judje J. W. Alcosx. beth Cleveland will become editor of a lit prominent and and other Oriental countries. Saturday " Commonwealth' Attorney-- It. a Wahiem. Garrard, were interred in the Lancaster was devoted to additional reports from leserary publication in Chicago. Vabsoh. ' County J ndje-T.- W. Thursday, after a funeral dis" Circuit Clerk- -J. P. BiiLr. Anderson Bright, aged 70, shot and cemetery ser societies, and to election of officers for by Rev. ch B. Coorsa. course at the Presbyterian Clerk-- G. ' County Luther Davis, in a killed his next year. The following were some of the " J. L. Allen, of Danville. A large family qnarrel in Taylor county. delegates: Mrs. Charles Taylor, Covington; B. Caifbxteu. County Atlorner-- P. of relatives and friends of the de. The Mammoth Cave railroad is to be Mrs. 8. C. Trueheart, Millersburs; Miss Aia(sorE. D. Kkkskdt. ceased gentleman followed his remains to Maggie Polk, Perrvvllle; Mlsa Sue Godby, ' JiIer-- 8. M.OWTtss. the standard gauge and the money to build " (Superintendent Common flchooIi-- J. A. Boo lb it is to be furnished by Nashville parties. the cemetery, where, after appropriate cer- Bloomfield; Mies Mattle Good, Campbells-burg- ; laid in their last rest" BurTeyor F. B. Howard, Miss Ruth Winton, Carrolton: Mrs. R, At Baltimore Geo. N. Forsythe fired emonies, they were ing place. two shots at his wife, dangerously woundH. Harris, Coyington; Mrs. Mary Hughes, The President continues to veto private for the colored 8unday was field-dapensions and other reckless bills rushed ing her, and then shot himself through the people of Lancaster. They begun pouring Danville District; Mrs. Ripperdan, Lexington; Miss Ella Evans. Miss F. A. Cosby, through Congress without consideration, heart. morning and contin Randall's tariff bill was introduced in into town in the early Cynthiana; Mrs. G. M. Blbb.Dinville; Mrs. thereby showlnjj the carelnlnees ot ms ue! to coma until, it is estimated, there work and his desire to fulfill the promises Congress yesterday. Among other changes were at least one thousand. An excursion Glvens, Flemlngeburg; Mte. J. A. HenderMays-villof tho democralic party to put a stop to the it abolishes the tax on tobacco, wines and from Winchester brought five hundred. son, Harrodsburg; Miss Julia Porter, br&n,lis. Miss Clara Murphy, Millcrsburg; waste of public money. A cool reception in the row at Boston between a They met with a rather In a Miss Lutle Bruce, Mt. Gllead, Miss Hat-ti- e who has lnveatiated says that from the shape of a juicy oprinkly rain, which con White-laMasterson, New Castle; Mrs. Allen of Washington' first term down to number of Harvard students, one day. The occasion ot the was fatally tlnued nearly all son of a rich St. Louisian, Bashford, Paris; Mrs. Wm. Moss, Perry-vll- lr; the end of Mr. Arthur's administration the gathering was a meeting of the Colored Miss Anna Burton, Sulphur Station; reto power was used in all on 109 occa wounded. were held at Mrs. Dr. Cispari, charged with putting BaDtist Association. Services Miss Mary Kay, Stanford; Miss Kate Petre, has already vetoed sions. Mr. Cleveland and Baptist church, both the Court-hous- e 73 bills and still they are coming. In 16 arsenic into the flour loaned George thMa nlaeea beta? insufficient to hold the Shelbyvillr; Mrs. Craig, Versailles; Mrs. messages French and family, was acquitted at Ray.V. P., Lexington district. Visitors, months he has signed more veto crowd comfortably. A few fights occurred Mies Llda Moore, corresponding secretary than went to the Cipltol durin? the whole conseauences. the one of An order has been issued by the super with no serious West Va. Conference; Mirs Mattle Watts period of 80 years from the foundation of most importance occurring between John and Benorita Rtnnolte, missionaries from the government down to the Inauguration Undent of police closing all the gambling Higgins, of Paint Lick, and one Kava-naug- Brazil. of Gen. Grant. He haa vetoed more bills houses in Cincinnati. The policy shops are of this county, shots being exchangDRIPPING SPRINGS. than Buchanan, Lincoln, Johnson, Grant, included in the order. ed without any damage resulting. Kay The Internal revenue collections so far Hayes, Garfield and Arthur together. Mr. was arrested, but Higgins made nnc-I wish to say to the people of Stanford Cleveland is the great vetoer and he will this fiscal year amount to $107,101 48, an good his escape. A warrant waa Issued and and especially the young ladles and gentlebn known as such in history. The vetoes increase of three and a half million over he will likely be caught and punished for men who contemplate paying us a visit this are the acts of a man who regards govern the same time last year. Several other arrests were made, season, that they could not pick a better Parliament djeeolred Saturday and his fun. Ino nn a. serious business and they are re time than the 1st of July. Oar big ball mostly for minor offences. minders which ought to cause a clearer per write for the election were issued that evenThe Hop given at Odd Fellows Hall and picnic cornea off on the 3d of July and ception of what is tight and proper to pre ing. The first pollings will take place on the evening of Thursday, June 24th, by will be better than a cirens. No one need vail. Congressmen will do wisely to accept next Friday, the election continuing for the young gentlemen of Lancaster was, as have any fears of coming here, as we will the practical rebuke given and profit by it, two weekB. with the entertainment given by havo a police force and perfect order will Four meu were found guilty at Par- is usual for fc voices an overwhelming popular senthem, a decided success. The attendance, be kept. Oar band will arrive on the 1st, timent, and kicking against the pricks has sons, Kansas, of conspiracy and sentenced both of dancers and spectators, was unus- and during the month of July and longer, never been found to be an advantageous to pay $100 fine and costs and to serve 30 ually large and every one present enjoyed if the business will justify it, there will be operation. The people will sustain the days in the county jail. Tho men were himself to the utmost. Valnut's Italian a dance every night and a ball and picnic President in his bold stand in their de- participants in the late Southwestern rail- Orchestra, of Louisville, dispensed splen- eyery Saturday. Dinner can be furnished " road strike. fense. occasion and the dancing for any number of persons on any day by Things are getting hot in the Shelby-vil- le did music for the Judge David Davis, after a long illness kept up until four o'clock Friday giving us one hour's notice. District in the race for Common was of Bright's disease, aggravated by a maligAmong those registered here in the last moraine. The following is a list of the wealth's Attorney. Mr. Morris and nant carbuncle, joined the silent majority young ladies who danced: Miss Lula Bron-sto- few days are J. D. Chadwick, W. P. White, Robbins are the candidates and Saturday morning at his home in Bloom-ingto- n, Richmond; Miss Bettle Dryo, Ilas- - Robert Collier, Bruce Hansford, Henry 1S15, he the lima charges the latter with not only III. Born in Maryland in tonvillf.Mae Ware, HopkinsvIIIe; Misses Fulber, J. W. Brooks, Misses Annie ing, but lying maliciously." he settled in Bloomington in 1S35 and at "If Mamie Olds, Mattle Brown, Georgie Moore, Holmes, MollieTatnm, Mary B. Gormley, A number of postal clerks attempted once entered into a lucrative law practice. Marksbury, Nellie Jennie Buchanan, of Crab Orchard; Mr. to form an organization to prevent the re- Ella Watson, Altle He served his adopted State as legislator, Marksbury, Mattle Huff- and Mrs.". M. Lickey, Hon. T. P. Hill( moval of any clerk from the service by Duncan, Leila judge and as a member cf tho convention Lillian Hopper, Ju- Jr.,'.MifsL.ucy liurion, vt. ana .Mrs. Car striking in a body should one be removed, man, Kate Landram, of 1S47, that framed the constitution, and liet Gill, Lena Irvine, Sallle Anderson and penter, of Stanford, Ky.; D. R Thompson, Postmaster General Vilas got wind of finally as Senator, which position he rein- but visiting Columbus, Miss.; Rev. Henry Miller, Mc it and dismissed 29 from the service, a Mrs. A. H. Rice, Lancaster The aced his seat in the U. S. Supreme Court to John Ferguson, Afee, Ky; J. C. Brown and James W. pretty summary way of disposing of a gentlemen were Messrs. cept. He was a devoted admirer of Mr. Covington; Mack Howard, Lebanon; Buck-ne- r Guyn and wife, Nicholasville; Sam C. liar strike. Lincoln, and in the convention which nomAllen, Lexington; Wilhite, Wilson and din, Albany,; Miss Mollle Johnson, Lancas During the Senate debatee in the Fitz inated him for President, took an active Price and ter; A.J. Hilt, Millersburc; Dr. Turner M Porter case, Senator Plumb, of Kan- Carson, Stanford; McKee, Irvln, and wife, Lexington; Mrs. Woodon and put in accomplishing that end. Mr. Lin- John challenged the integrity and bravery May, Danville. sas, Misses Maud and Texie Woodson and Mrs. coln appointed him to the Supreme Court, of the entire South. Senator Butler, of DANVILLE. BOTLE COUNT t. he held for 15 years and unter Paul Woodeon, Louisville; Mrs. Singlewhich position South Carolina, pointedly notified him that til his resignation as before mentioned. He A severe wind storm on Sunday blew ton, Bristol, Tenn.; Mrs. Susie Mullins, he was a coward. This was a good deal a Llvington; D. B. Edmislon, Cincinnati, O.; was the workingmen's nomlnea for PresiinjuH nearer to scenes of carnage than Plumb down a number of trees and did some dent in 1872 and in 1881 was elected Presicrops on the farm of Jerry Mr. M. Marx and lady, Miss Joele Marx, ry to growing ever got. Mrs. Bonigower, of Galveston, Tex., and a dent pro tempore of the Senate by the reThe Senate Committee on privileges Caldwell and Mies Lou McLean. great many others whom space will not publicans, unseating Mr. Bayard, who had G. W. Welsh, Jr , has sent his fine and elections by a vote of 7 to 2 refused to permit me to mention. A party of young been elected to that office by the democrats recommend an investigation into the bri- mare, "Eje See," to Louisville to be bred ladies will arrive on the last of June and e a few days before. Truly independent in B. McFerran's fine stallion. r bery alleged in the election of Senator to "Pancost," J. by the 3d of July Dripping Springs can politics, though for the most part voting Payne, o( Ohio. There who voted against The colt by Happy Medium dropped by boast of the largest crowd and handsomest with the democrats, he wa thoroughly Eye See on the 23d inst. is doing well. s, an investigation were Messrs. Teller, conservative and the fact that in his public who was fined $150 last lot of ladies of any watering place in KenJo. Goings, Logan, Siulsbury, Vance, Pugh and career of 50 years no scandal had ever atis tucky. Now, who can stay away? RespectEustls. Those who voted for it were Messrs. week by the police court for telling beer, D. G. Slaughter. tached to his name, entitled him to and won under duress by the county authorities for fully, Hoir and Frye. for him universal respect. Judge Davis Deak Mutes. The law by thN it is meant Facts About A convention to nominate a candidate the same awful crime; was married about three years ago to Miss is now formerly clawed deaf and dumb persons for Superior Court Judge in the 3d Dis- that for what the p. c. fined him it Green, of North Carolina, and she with one long, O. with Idiots and madmen, anil would not pertrict, comprising 4G counties in Eastern proposed to fine him again. How child survives him. Lord, how long will it be before our MOR- mit them to form a contract. This was beKentucky has been called to meet at LexH. H. Gkatz, editor of the Kentucky ington July 1G, delegates to be chosen ALS are well enough regulated to allow cause no mode of teaching them was forGazelle, at Lexington, celebrated the 20th thereto by the counties July 10. Judge grown up people to eat and drink what merly known. It is not stranje that the'e anniversary of its establishment, by giving Ward is the only announced candidate. they please, providing they have the money unfortunates should be slow of intellect, since the absence of hearing cuts them eff a reception to ms inenas. ad eieqaui & N., to pay for the same? -P- resident M. H: Smith, of the L. lunch, which was partaken of by about 400 has contracted to extend the Bsrdstown Mr. and Mrs. John Hersfeld, of Louis-ville- , wholly from a most important avenue of persons, was served, some of the best young Branch to Springfield and have cars runare visiting the family of Mrs. Hers-fold- 's knowledge. Bat the discovery of methods ladies of the city acting as waiters. Mr. ning over it by July 1, 1887. The CumM brother, Mr. Fred Lizarus. Mr. B, of instructing them has shown that the imO by berland & Ohio Gratz further celebrated the occasion F. Phillips left Saturday morning on a vis-- it perfect mental powers of this class are not is to take $170,000 of bonds getting out his paper in an entirely new in the new road, is to secure the right-of-w- ay to his little daughter and other friends due to natural incapacity, but to undevelnow many most Intel dress, which is decidedly becoming. The through Washington county, and U to in Newport. Prof. A, B. Nelson is visiting oped abilities, and institution, and pay the L & N. $30,000 when its cars are his uncle, Mr. Edward Brierly, of Louis, ligent persons are found in the ranks of Gazelle is a money-makin- g i. Persons who have become Bro. Gralz is among the few millionaires in running to Springfield. ville. Mr. J. B. Welsh and family, of Kanvisiting Danville friends. deaf in the later life, having bad the adprofession. the The Newport News & Mississippi Val- sas City, are gradua- vantage of hearing in youth, and learned The Republican State Contral Commit ley Railroad has leased the Chesapeake & Miss Janie McCirty, of this place, Louisville a few days Ohio Railway. This consolidation makes ted a few days ago at Nazareth Female to read and speak, are not injured in mind tee, which met in Lucy Welsh has been re- thereby. Beethoven, the great musical ago, resolved to put out candidates in ev- a grand trunk line under one management Academy. Mrs. principal of the Danville public composer, became deaf when forty years ery di'trict in Kentucky, just for the name from Newport News to New Orleans, where elected Cowan, who graduated old, and subsequently wrote some of hie of the thing of course. It also denounced it will connect with the Huntington sys- echool. Miss Little . and in order that tem to the Pacific Ocean. In a few days last year at Bell 8emlnary, Is to be her as- finest works. Chicago the Lebanon convention Rev. P. T. Hale and Col. J. H. A week ago the western sky was filled such action as characterized shnll be re- the name of the Chesapeake & Ohio will be sistant. attended the Stato buked a call is made on John W. Yerkes, dropped and the road will be known as Thomas, of this place, with sheet iron thunder and the hoarse which met in Bowling baritone howl from Kentucky announcing Esq , of Danville, to declare himself a can- the Newport News & Mississippi Valley Baptist convention, Green last week. didate against Mr. Barbour, hut just how Railroad. that Carlisle's seat was in danger was, in St. Patrick's Church, a new Catholic fact, as good as lost. A Utile investigation this is to rebuke the business is not exNo Oratory Monday. house of worship, was dedicated at Junc- shows that nothing is the matter except plained. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. tion City Sunday by Bishop Wm. George that a Covington editor wanted to adveraccepted the John W. Yerkes, Esq , has Ckab Orchard June 28. Owing to McCloskey, of Louisville, aeei-te- d by Revs, tise his newspaper cheaply. After spreadnomination for Snpaior Judge tendered the serious illness of a very dear relative Lambert, of St. Louie, White, of Bards-tow- ing his wings in tbe blue empyrean for a him by the Republican State Executive and from the fact that it is too warm to Brady, of Louisville, and Brady, of little high-ton- ed exercise, Casey had Committee, and opened his canvass yester- collect large crowds in the Court-housDanville. After the dedication high mass Mr. Yerkes is an exand gone once moie quietly to day at Springfield, and from the utter futility in attempting was celebrated by Father H. J. Brady, of Washington Post. ceedingly bright and popular man and will roost. to condense 73 speeches of one and a half followed by a sermon by Father poll the full vote of his party and draw hours each, into one speech of one and a Louisrllle, The Soft Chains of HyMEN.People Lambert, of the order of Jesuits. Ten chilsome from the democratic ranks. half hours, I shall not speak at Stanford dren were confirmed by the Bishop. St. who have called upon President Cleveland TnE shortest and most pointed speech County Court day in July. At a more con- Pittrick's is a very neat little church, with since his wedding remark with pleasure against the inferml rum traffic was made venient egason I will addrees the people of seating capacity of at least 200, and now at the change which that happy event has created in him. Instead of the rough and by George Davis, on the gallows at Seale, Lincoln county and give an account of the the beginning is almost out of debt. Rev, somewhat uncouth man that he wbb three Friday, where he was standing to pay manner in which I discharged the trust reAla , A. J, Brady, the resident priest, desires the penalty that should always be suffered posed In me, and why I desire to go back to return his thanks for the substantial aid weeks ago, he has developed into a very agreeable and companionable person. Tbe for murder. Said he, "Whisky is the cause one more time to represent this proud old given him by Catholics end of all my troubles. I hope my death will county in the halls of the Stato Legislature. In the erection and furnishing of the stern appearance with which ho formerly save ten thoumd." I must, at present, content myself in thank- church. Thirteen families already worship greeted visitors has given way to a smile, by a vote of 30 to 17 has ing the people for the trust reposed, and at this church and the number is expected which is as hearty as it is pleasing. Tbe The Senate refining Influences of the wedding ring are passed tho Housa bill restoring Fitz John am proud to know that I have done noth- from this time to increase. Porter to the rank he bore in the army ing unworthy of their confidence. I have Women's Foreign Missionery So- beginning to make themselves manifest in The when be was dismissed. Logan made his been a faithful representative of a noble ciety of Kentucky closed a very pleasant the Buffalo man and there is rejoicing in Indianapolis Jonrnal. coneequence usual tirade against it, simply because Por- and generous constituency. meeting on Sunday by an address from Font Fox Bobbiet. The only man in Washington that Cleveof the Walnut Street ter is a democrat. Had he been otherwise Rey. E. H Pierce, justice would have been done him long The postal card works at Castleton, re- Methodist church, South, Sunday morning. land is now jealous of is Charlie Kincaid, ago. limes cently made the heaviest shipment of pos- On Thursday, when the eociety first met, correspondent of tho Louisville "Tjik switchmen are rioting again at Chi- tal cards for nny one week since postal Mrs. Charles Taylor, of Covington, presid- Frankie thinks Charlie's mustache is perfectly lovely; and when she told Groverso, cago, throwing trains off the track and cards became a factor in correspondence. ed, on account of the absence of tho presihe, of course, showed his jealousy by sayplaying thunder genorally. A company or Orer 19,000,000 were shipped to all parts dent, Mrs. Swigert, of Frankfort. An o of wis somiers wno can uu of welcome that haB been much com- ing: "He ought to have it spread out on and of these $0,000,000 went of the country bulll' eye every time shouldbe turned by Mrs. James 8 top of his head, where he needs more hair." ' 'Nu'tfajfiSifMc pyg and to New York, Chlcigo, Baaton and Phila- plimented was delivered loan Newport Journal. of Danville The greater part of Chrisman, delphia, of buine iranbdctlons. . " W--.- J.I L. . .M "h-m- r .. .... eat OURRAMt C"VTV nFPARJNENT. highly-appreciat- ML ab 11.$) G-ROCES- WALTON t it T MAIN & SOMERSET STS., Staiifoi-cl- , ch-T- son-in-la- HD. con-cour- Ky. FRUIT JARS IN ABUNDANCE. bar-roo- Har-rodsbu- rg. MOWING BLADES&BRIER SCYTHES Oniao Best Make. h CHEAPEST AND BEST FLAVORINGS EXTRACTS. SEVEEAL GRADES OP SUGAR For (bo Horry Nvrhou. A n, The Best Goods at the X-ow- est Prices I iJ Ex3 WtSZt -- - j 13" 5 H I OR 30 DAYS. n 3 n S w 11 .. . k h- -- ' "H ? s o -- & . t a GO Ev-art- ETX c c I r E- MTa i 3D gg 'S Ih! Mi S & ui ' v ' . . 'A J g g . a il a a B o w if j a o a Q E a l a Q IHSVO ! SKH3CXI 3 o deaf-mute- WALL PAPER WALL PAPER ! Inter-Ocean- WALL Trimmed iintl Ready for Use, at PAPER! "'T.'TZ M'ROBEBTS efc STAG&'S. n, Wall Paper, Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. B. X. 49 Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. WEAKEN, Stanford. - ss --!: SLICKER lb The Best Waterproof 111 tSk BRK Coat, ron dry In vuinuDULunn warrinita w.MrTroar. hrdtililora. TU nvFOMSJn. HLinUnii tni rtrffct rlll&c eott. and com. tlit emir lultl. Il.wr. otlmlLlloni. Nooi wiihaiit tli. 'ruh . Snail" lllmlr.lt J Ctlilorn frt. X. J.Tow.r. Uo.ian. m..l insjrinu lp trtdt-ratrk- WA V. .; f-- ZSZZS&1&ttneraimrn!Mrv t , ifrr ' ,Am,.U g. . v " rf- - vaT?Mi .r.WMa wuerd too lu feltnlilr. "Utile ol Alin. Bio lot of extras for the Walter A. Wood The next State Association of the Bap- cetonka," and went all around the lake, harvesting machines on hand. I. M. tist church will be held at Danville in landing at Excelsior at 8 r ji. for supper. SUafOTd, Ky From here we took the train for 8t. Paul, MERCHANT TAILOR. Jane 29, 1886 Bruce. June, 1887. Elder Harrison GIvens, colored, has after on of the most enjoyable days on rec Oils for B.O. WALTON, - DuslnoBB Manager. harvesting Mowers, Reapers and other closed his meeting at Midway, which re- ord. The next day we left 8t. Paul for our I hat received and still receiving machinery at McRoberts A respective homes, with the sincere hope sulted in 18 Additions to the church. Stagg'a. that all the party would meet again next Eld. J. G. Livingston is conducting an i L. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. A rosTomcE has been established at interesting meeting at Gum Sulphur, which year at Detroit, Mich. A jollier crowd never came togothei; all Mall train going North.......................... i 88 p.m. Rowland, our eastern Comprising the best In the market, which suburb, with O. K. had resulted in six addition to Sunday. win b '! .V. "J00111 r. k. Brady as postmaster. seemed bent on having a good time, refcirratstraln Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Hono South..- .M A Rev. R. R. Noel will preach In the i " in City or Country. " Moih.............. J is i.M. gardless of expenses. If all bad bsen native Sunday XhtkjOTd U calculated on standard Umt. Solar AimiUR, a little son of Mr. L L Daw Dripping Springs Ball room next Give Me h Trial. Kentuckians thev could not have been a at 3 30. Baptizing immediately afterwards. at li About 20 mloutM last- -, son, fell from a fence Sunday and broke a him handsomer lot of womrn nor a more galThe San Francisco papers refer to bonelnhisarm between the elbow and wrist. lant set of gentlemen. I forgot to mention as General George O. Barnes and says he is LOCAL NOTICES. our visit to Fort 8oellliig and the gallant Read our ''Big Offer" and send us $3 at holding an interesting series of meetings at LAroiiETH's (tardea seed in bulk and Colonel, whose kindneo will be long reonce for this paper ono year, the New York Metropolitan Hall. TIIOB. METCALF. pickacw at Penny A McAHster'a. JOHN B. F03TEU. e -- Col. D. G. Slaughter has invited Rev. membered by our party. Indeed I have history of Watohm and Jewelry repaired on ahor Weekly World and a not done the trip jus ice in this report, but notice and KurranUnl bf Tenny A Mo Alls the United State?, George O. Barnes to spend a week at Drip lor fear of tresspassing too far on invited r. Buy (ke Haa Hor Remedy, the otlgl-aAn olegant assortment French Organdie ping Springs in July or August, either for space I will desist Respectfully, and only crnulno, from Penny .SrMcAl-lite- r. Lawns, beautiful patterns just opened, at rest and recuperation or to hold a meeting Elizabeth Irwin. In his large ball room, which can seat 600 12 cents per yard, worth 35s, at 8. L PowA ooMrLBTK tock of jewelry, latent ers A Co's. persons. Great Bargain Store. MVf ADYIBTIHX3EflTh. tyle. Kockfonl watches a specialty. Pen-o- y The Midway Orphan School has re A MoAllster. The rains continue. A number of heavy ccntly come into potsession of a bequest of showers fell Bnnday, but the standing f 20,000 from tho catato of Mr.. Eoj'.I Tub Z PERSONAL. wheat is not materially hurt yet. It would man, of Georgia. The endowment fund of D. Ki,am is In LouNfllle buying be well to examine that In shock, however. that institution now reaches $150,000. I will itll at public auction at Stanford on j, July 8ln, County Court day, goods. -- ANDOn account of the rain there was no IlARRODsnunn was excited to death SunHTESnABES UCSTOKTILLE BASK STOCK. Dn and Mm. L F. Huffman went to temperance meeting at Cherry Grove last day over the visit of a mad dog, which ran "72t XI. T. ntORU. Cincinnati ytitcrday. 8unday. Rev. J. M. Bruce will address the I?i-ic- e Misa Hkulv Kiid, of the West Ead, along the street bitting dogs and horse. ledge there next Thursday night and He was finally killed as were alio the bit open It visiting friends here. speak on the same subject at Logan's Creek Mim EtLKN Wkatien has been tMi-Ib- r ten dogs. Sunday afternoon at 3 30 o'clock, WILL BE IN S1AXFORD friends In Lancaster. Picnic Rev. W. It. Davidson requests The minutes of the General Associa -- osMiksBue Smith, of LiuIsTllle, Is the ns to say that there will be a Sunday tion of Colored Baptists, just publishid, guetl of the Misaea Helm, School picnic at Pleasant Point church. show 287 churches with 40.002 members, MoBday Next, County Court Day. Mmh Lillik Brown, of Louisville, ii Saturday, July 3rd, to which everybody I which is three time larger than any other DR. JS. J. MCKER80X, visiting Mrs. Waverlr Hamlllon. invited. membership, white or colored, In Ken Danrllls. Hy. Mips Sallie Van De Veer la visiting Rememiier the KIrkiville Fair dates, tucky, savo the white Baptists and Method Mil Allle Hubble, near Shelby City. Ists. & Lot. All of our Sugar was bought before the adranw, and can be sold at the same old price. K. C. Hradlev and wife, of Lancaster, July 23 and 24 The premiums will be more Rev. J. A. Bogle delivered a very Our liberal than thoae last year and nothing As Admlntltrsf f,r with h wilt ..i..l r m hate bren Yiilliog relatlrta In tbli county. touching address of a retrospective characwill be left undone to make it one of the T. Darius, dee'd, I oa"r fjr sale privately the Mim. Dn. J. C. Boole and L. C. Alter at the Presbyterian church 8unday. He best fairs in Kentucky. and Lot on Lancaster T. .... .V..- .- IT- .- . corn, of Dinrlllf, spent Sunday at W. M had preached in the same pulpit 47 years Store-Hous- e .. ... . it., Btanford, Ky., Bogle'a. While showing off a young horse to ago and in the large congregation that sat IwDet, Is excellent. Thi.i..,..V?r,H?!,lwARE. ?ltlngorDlnner.T.n3rJ' Now occupied by MIm Suwade Boixtey. -- Mb. Joe 8, Grimes and his handsome some ladlra Saturday, Bob Hail was thrown before him now, ha recognized but one l URDd, na e'7 competition In prices'. We ? J 11. I'AXTOX, Jiilm'T. only ask you to call and examine goods. bride arrived yesterday and went out to his with such force aa to render him seneelrtf faco that greeted him then , mother's in the country. A new sect of Baptists, called the for some hours, in addition to receiving Mrta, GursiiAM, who has spent a coup, some ugly cuts on his face. L0ST-S10JEW- ARD. Berean, has organized a church at Visalia le of months here and made many friends, on the K. C It is the only one in the I will give a printed guarantee with ..Mr.JW0 boram, on a Urge, beayy aorrsl horse left yesterday for Crab Orchard. State and their particular belief is that meoinei a tay, inarkod with numerous white all work done by me after July 1st, 183. rure hum uu a cui Mimu Delta Hartick, of Louiswhile the righteous enjoy eternal bliss, the OnbrlOClnjrecent nhnr above nis n boor. Any thA hnr.n. In lll.l.....i This Is, comparatively speaking, something mtlTo tbe t0Tu rcwarj, Thoy were lut ville, and wicked merely perish out of existence, Whitehead, of Mt. Vernon, new in Dentistry, but I am satisfied all will 13C,2t are rucM of M!m Ella Itimsoy. there being no hereafter with them. They J'HIX ?r. KAY. be able to see the importance of it. Itespt , Mim Sabiia I'enkinoton has return believe in the special providence of God. W. B Penny. ed from a weea's stay at the charinlnK and are in number at that place about The Bwiss excursion from Louisville to filly. country home of M1m Liila McKinney. ! Mn. C. II, LucA", commission mer Eut Btrnstadt will leave at 0 r. si. Saturfea'cis In a'l klndsof LAND. STOCK AND CROP chant, Cincinnati, was brre Saturday looking day, passing here aWout 2 A.M. The proTo - j xitin remitting ui alter the wheat crop. He thinks 00c will gramme includes five days of frolic and a Plenty of good pasture for cattle. Apbe the outride figures here for the present big time is expected. A large delegation ply to Msj King, Box 130, Stanford, Ky will Join the excursionists from this conn-tj- It It. Gentry sold the seed on 25 acie.i .mim istbme unvn. who has beou on a We will send tbe visit o( a month to friends in North of orchard grass to Colby Conkright for and Lacctster, returnoi yesterday $120. Semi-Week- ly The Rowland Sunday School and ProInterior Journal Commissioner Davis estimates Ken and Is thegurt of Mr. Dr. Lee l Hull. hibition picnic was laigely attended. The tucky's wheat crop this year at 12,000.000 And the New York World one year and a man. dinner and music were big features, the forMn A. C Uiiyant, of Clifton Forg-- ., mer being excellent and bountiful and the bushels, which is more than three times HISTORY a , cntno over and look bis lovable daugh latter, led by Mis Ella Ramsey as organ- as large as that of last Tear. OF THE UNITED STATES, D. C. Turbune has purchased so far ter, Mim Mamie, home yesterday, to the ist and Al G. Huffman as cornetlst, being sincere regret of htr large number of highly complimented on all sides, In the 100 mare mules, best averaging $GS and Express paid, bound In leatherette tree call, gilt, Board A Lucas ship- ol sO pages and coutfanlng 22 line engrai tngi. It friends afternoon speeches wero made by Alex second quality li the taut comprebemtTe work of tbe kind being hlitory In the ordinary seme; ped this week 2,000 lambs that cost them In addition to being an excellent soar-bl- e Lusk, Esij.. Rev. F H Pollltt and others. It Is a condensed newipaper file foHOO .'years. 5 to b cents. Uarrodsburg Democrat. we retcrre tbe tljtht to withdraw this offa cutter, Mr. Will II. MoLtne, who is The fellow Morrison, who played the Lancaster Court. Capt. Ike Dunn wunoui nonce, to remit at onco. engaged with Mr. G. O. Wine, is an artist W. 1. WALTON, Stanford, Ky. role of Methodist preacher in and around reports about 150 cattle on the market yesof considerable merit. He has specimen of Williamsburg till he won the confidence of terday. None sold publicly. A few sold his oil and crayon woik in portraits that are the people sufficiently to enable him to gvt privately at from 3 lo3c. No horse of PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. hardtoexcel. He will givo instiuction ill some forged checks cashed, has been arrest- - fered Mules sold at from $100 to $125 theie arts to those desiring it. The undersigned hare this day iormeda parteil al Hrockton, Mas is now nership Mkih J W Alcorn and It. C awaiting the action of, and Kentucky in jail Crowd not an average; business generally estate onto engage In the business of telling real tho aucommission and generally all business dull. Warren spent Sunday at home, wearing the usually transacted by Knl Ktta'e Agents. Our thorities. It is said that tho scamp has done SUBBETS," Mr. C II Lucas, the commlsdon merwill be returnable and all proper efforts byaten look of veteran, but with a weather service in one or more State penitentiaries. chant, examined a nomber of wheat crop will boused to make a satisfactory sale or all property placed In our hands. Our facilities for most satisGed air over the remits of their . adrertisltig and Worthily Bestowed. Capt. Frank between here and Richmond and found that the Tery beat, a oblalnlnr customers, we cocslder two weeks' campilgntng. Favorable reports d wa will spare no expense much dampntas existed in the shocks, trying to attract tbo cticntion of purchasers In to jaj'ome from all parts of the district of their Harris went to Louisville yesterday to be the rroperty which we otT, r lor sale. Wo respect-lull- y which if not attended to will spoil tho ask those who hare real estate for sale to at tho presentation of the$100-eter-liprospest and tbu btllef that they will be pre-esilver set of 109 pieccsand aS55.fishlnc grain. He suggests that the cap sheaf be elected by good majorities, gains ground l"2.1 i.EO- - " V'ilU'KXTKtt Grain, Wool, Seeder, Feed, Con!, Lumber, Etc. Stanford, Ky., Juna 23. ISStf. dally. The democrats must se that thoy outfit which the employes of the Knoxville removed if nothing else. division and others had purchased for Su- are. A Visit t Minnesota. W. II. MILIEU, OEO S. CAUPENTEn. Mug. Jambs I. Mt Kinney will mako perlntcndcnl of Transportation G. E. Evans, To tbe Editor ot th InterlorJournal. a visit to Dripping Springs on Wednesday, formerly Superintendent of this division. Stanford, June 28 We haye just reJune 30, s.i as to be there at the grand ball The presentation was to occur at Mr. Evans' turned after a ten days' trip to St. Paul and and picnio on the 3rd of July. She will be home and Mr. T. R, Kein was to irake tho Minneapolis, Minn , where we went to atmet by a party of young ladies from Rich- speech accompanying them. Mr Evans Is tend the Convention. We mond, whom she will chnperono while deservedly popular all along theline and the started from Louisville on tho evening of STAU'OHD, LUCOLX CO., KY. there. Any of her friends wishing to join boys were glad cf the opportunity to testify the Gth over tha L , N. A. A C. to Chica-go- , -- DBALEBS IN- their appreciation in this substantial man-ne- r. where wo spent tbe day in her prty from Bardstown, Stanford or Office, South Ulds Main Street, oier First National Bank. Richmond will be kept at the Spring for It would be useless as well as unnecessary Drugs, Books, Stationery and Finns, including some the low rate of $1 per day for as long sir Dns. Peyton, Carpenter and Bailey to attempt a deecrlptlon of the sights in Stock Farms in Central of the finest Town Fancy Articles. Krntucdy, Lota as short a time as they wish to May. have returned from Winchester, much Chicago. That which impressed me most, and ltesldsnces. Timber and Mineral Lands for was the rush and push of West- sale on commission. Bardstown Record. pleased with the programme of the State however, For further particulars send for printed descrip- Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. Also Medical Association and its recention bv ern life. After my quiet sojourn In your tion of this section and of properties for sals. LOCAL MATTERS. midst for two years, it seemed indeed wonthe people of that city. They especially see tho stream Self 8 kali no fruit jars. Waters A Kaney. ask us to thatk Editor John L. Bosley, derful to passed the hotelof people on foot and between the hours who was very attentive to their comfort. car who Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Harvest and Lard oil at Metcali A Foa The following officers were of 5 and 8. Leaving Chicago at 10 r. M. by A Thin-haire- d Black Ilcrkshlro Sow elected for the Jewelry and Silverware diningterV. ensuing year. President, W. n. Wathen, special train consisting of sleepers and with Pigs, Erer bought to this market Prices Lowor than only, over the C. M. A St. P , we New apricots, peaches and tomatora at ol Louisville; First Vice President, J. M. -cars the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Remales and two arrived in St. Paul at 3 r. si, Tuesday. We Two Sow will weigh females, about ten months old. paired on ahoit notice and Warranted. 210 pounds, no ear marks. The 8. 8. Myers. Harwood, of Snelbyvlllcj Second Vice . Anrlnfo-matlowill lead to her recovery - on President, J. II. McKinley, of Winchester; were met by a committee of citizens and will bo thankfully that recelTed. I will gUe the Sow FnuiT JAH3 of all kinds at very low Permanent Secretary, Steele Bailey, of conducted to the Merchant's Hotel, where and figs for tbe capture ol the thiet. MAT.SVIXLK BRANCH. '. prices at Metcalf A Foster's. It A irsox. Stanford; Asshtant Secretary, T. C. Smith-son- , we were treated in the most cordial manner. "No. tsr Noarii-Bousof Bardstown; Treasurer, EJward Al The delegates cot through their business in Six building lots for sale between Stan Dally Dally two days and then commenced the round of Ex. tiun, Ex. Sun. ! "HIue-Gras- a r corn, of Htutonvllle. ford and Rowland, II. J. Darst. Itoute." pleasures. Tbe first on the list was a banLre CoTlngton 2 00 pot TrOtTl T1.V fjrtrt- - iltltlncr ttiA iaaf snslmt saal Shortest and Qnlokest Bonto from Oer " Lexington.... MARRIAGES. 723 a m 4 33 pm Gents' fine Manilla Hata from $1.25 to quet, given at tbe hotel Thursday even head of FAT STOCK H0O6. and last 'week a " Paris 8 13 a m s 20 pm tral Kentuoky to all Points North, large fat Sow. near pigging. Boo la wh'te, black ArrMUIersburg.. $2 00 worth from $2.50 to $300 at S. L 8 40 a in 8 44 pm -J- udge M. J, Durham East, West and Southwest. and bride will Ing, when tbe delegates enlivened the de- and sandy color! uwk. a smooth crop of! of left " Carlisle...... 3 01 a in 6 08 Powers A Co. ear, with looter cut off Ihemark oftbemallls lightful repast with speeches and toasta. " Johnson hold a reception at their Washington 9 4S a m 0 36 jra pm Fast Line Between the same, If not altered. I will pay a llbtral re" Maynlllf.... 10 30 a m 7 40 pa The next morning the first thing on tbe ward for thATpnvrv nfanv nt 1:ti on.l u lnn tonight, to which all the Kentuck-ian- s The Stanford colored nine, Will Salter reward lor prool thaiconticts lliethlef or thleres. LEXINGTON Ot CINCINNATI. Ho. or "If o'.64 programme was a fishing excursion to ""-- " rejourning in that city are Invited. captain, went over and walloppcd the LanSchedule In Effect May 18, 1666. Dally JM. fMlj.lll. Vtllr Ex. Sun Ex. Sun The Louisville lmlh has Information White Bear Lake. We caught many of the 11 to 2, West Hardin scorer, caster! Ho. 4 o. 6, tio.lt Lie Maysrllle shining beauties, and had a grand time comthat Hon. Charles E. KIncald is shortly to Sorrn-EcuK3 8.5 a m 12 65 p m ' JontiMu C 37 a m i a'j p ra Ex. Sun, Dally Ex, Bun. Tnu railroad picnio is July 23, instead marry the charming daughter of an Eng- ing home by moonlight in a boat chartered " Carlisle 7 23 a m 2 28 pm of June aa stated. It will bo held at " Mlllersburg 7 40 a m 2 60 Dm Lto. Oorlngton.... 8 10 am 8 10 pm 2 00 pm lish carl, who is poweesed In her own right for the purpose. The next day we went to Arr Parle " Falmouth...., DlOlDl 34 pm 3 83 pm 8 10a m 8 15 pm Springs, near Sheppardsville. 11 of 10,000 a year. The Judge always was Minneapolis, stopping on our way to see " Lexington Uyathlana.., 10 45 am 10 13 pm 4 S3 p in 9 05 a m 6 10 pm " CoTlngton ... 11 80 a m 6 opm . 11 23 am 10 40 nm 8 15 pm Arr. Paris At Minneapolis we Minnehaha Falls, " Lexington 13 10 pm It 17 pm 6 10 pm Fon Sale. A. P. van de Water's atock a lucky dog. ... a an.l m.t. ............. J. .. .11. I.... On the 22nd hist., at the resldenco of were met by tho Mayor of the city with 100 ; irciwrcu Win- ,. 11 SO am 10 45 p rul 5 22 pa Chester, Lexington Lto. Farla. andjtraln farm of 188 acre, with impleand Arr. Winchester . 12 20 pm 11 20 p ml 8 05 p a aru dally except Sunday. Cincinnati; other trains the bride's father) Mr. John Pitman, Mr. carriages, and In procession we went for a IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and ments and machinery. Write for particu" Itlchmond.... 1 60 p m is prr Direct conn ctlonsare made at Winchester with drive around the beautiful city of which Acuc, Intermittent or Chill Fever, " Lancaster .... 5 07 p m Fever, Dumb Ague, Ullious Fever, lars to him. P. O. box 128, Stanford, Ken- Robert McNeil to Miea Nellie 8. Pitman 11 sterling, Ashland. vu,..,ouuliiu ,ur j,i, Va., and EaaUrn o uupm Stanford Huntington, Charleston, W. The party left Immediately for Louisville they are bo Justly proud. Minneapolis Is Dengue (or "llrenk-bouo- " Fever), Liver clu tucky. los. Lre. Ulchmond.....! 2 00 pm Complaint, and all diseases arising from and other points along the line. Long life noted not more for its beauty than for the Malarial poleou. I S 20pra EVLU1D''-N,8., Solid Trains, n,1with run rla Winchester, Arr. Berea Punctually nt 10 and happinesi to Pullman Sleeping TnE Teachers. " LlTlngston..... 6 45am you both. London enterprlee'of Its people. After luncheon at Cincinnati and Richmond, aSd WiKK . "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. o'clock Saturday morning, Mrs. S. F. H. Leader. and Washlngtor, D. C, West, which, is one tho Hotel I Nobtu-BouhMo. 11 No. 1 Through tickets and baggage checked to any No. 3 "For eighteen montlis suf-erc- d Indefatlguable president of Tarrant, tha of tho largest hotels in the West, rivaling destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars, call on any agent of tbe Hustonville iTESis, with Chills and Fever, Lto. Llrtngston ..... I 8 00 Mrs. the County Teachers Association, called R. II. in beauty the Palmer House, of Chicago, company, or an ' Berea fi. MORSE, t0 2S a m that body to order at tho College chapel. Thompson's claim agalnBt the Kentucky we went in a body to the Motor Line, having Chills every other day. S. D. A .FEEI.EY, aen.Paw. After trying various remedies Arr. Richmond .... 11 41 a m The attendance was small. After appoint- mutual a. tuna Co. for $3,000 has been whero on moving off tbe crowd with lifted 7 20 ami Rowland H.E.0NTfe.ReMlm.'D8,0n'a3r reconlmended to cure, used a Lto. Lancaster Col. Wm.M. Carpenter discovered 11 ing delegates to the State Afsaciation, Mra. 8 11 am hats sent up three cheers for the Mayor of Oeneral Olacos. CoTlngton. Ky. 11 00 a m Air. Richmond Cure, and Tarrant was re elected president and Miss and collected $200 due him from the Eqult-abl- e Minneapolis. Eich one of us had been lotllc ofAyer's 1 10 p nil 0 05 a m Lto. Richmond have never since had a chill. Life Insuranco Co. Mrs. Catherine presented by him with a beautiful Betsy V. Pennington secretary. W. F. XiEB P HTJPFMArr, 2 10 p m 7 00 d HDWIN HARPER." Arr. Winchester ... 8 20 pm 8 00 a m ............. a in and the Bailey, of Stanford, and Mn. Harrison Bil-ley- , Arr Paris.... was elected placquo representing the Falls of rnci-AnnLts. Lexington .... 2 45 p m 7 23 n ml 2 45 pm by of Shelby county, are at J. M. Cook's Association adjourned to meot in Stan3 80 p ra 8 20 a ml 3 40 pm 8TANFORD. KY. St. Anthony. After 15 mileo' ride on tho 7' Lto Paris Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mtus. Miss Cordio Rifle is visitim at her wn- side Main Sttoet, twi dtwra nort " Crntblsna.. 3 59 p ra 8 55 a ml 4 17 pm Oflca-JBo- oth ford on tho 1th Saturday in July at 10 the Myers Ilotsli M.'rLIo t' "Oi ir' - -- ' 4 47 p in 10 Oia la 8 ISpin " Falmouth Sold by all Druggists. ic!eV,J. P. Rifl, 6 00 p m 11 80 a ro 0 45 pm Pure Nitrous Oxide Qas administered whan ra o'clcck A. jr. Arr. CoTlngton j country, we came to Lake Minnetonka, quired, , nul Smi-3Sn4h3nierio;3jju- Fkcit Jars at T, R Walton's. REUO10US. WD H. C. RUPLEY, -- n New Goods for Spring- and Summer, .-.-l-l 320-pag- al Ifetolf Low & VesrtWf a Specialty. siaj lck Mon-da- ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. NOTICE! I 7- Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, Hardware, Embracing Everything Sale of Storehouse METCALF WEAHEN fc FOSTER A Sig Offer a- & MENEFeF THREE DOJLTIICS n Forminglmplements and Machin eiy Wlm Buggies ei?iiess "SS1 s Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, 3Sarm Wagons, nt ng Miller & Carpenter, Ii) Yard-Master- REAL ESTATE AGENTS eight-seein- nf & M"A 1 i s I o j- - PHARMACISTS, Blue-Gra- ss 1M-2- STOjLIHSlXr! i n JEWELERS.. 135-2- 1 i. STOOLEallXr LRJ real-den- BouTii-Bonw- p. Par-C(u- et m Ague Cure I AYER'S NnTlE.--Trjlr- Y I ay, Aue I Mo-Clar- hand-painte- t, o SURGEON II3IVTIx', 4 nnl MYSTERIES OF CANDY-MAKIN- TIIE LAUNDRY GIRLS. AN OCCUPATION OF MANY HARDSHIPS AND TRIBULATIONS. THE 8EMUWEEKLY A Crescent City Itoporter Tells of tho ALASKA'S PEOPLE. EXTRACTS FROM AGENT JACKSON'2 REPORT TO SECRETARY LAMAR. KtfcMit of the spoons all d ing furnacos and suggests tho cooking of aorao sweet things. long-handlecoko-hoat- Secrolsof Confectionery. The way was led back to a largi kitchen where marble slab, enormous hooka, glow- arTO Summer Tours. & Territory Population Cre- Some Native Chnraetorletlcs The oles or Atiuk.i aud tho Uulldoc of the Xorlli Pacific. Mr. Sheldon Jackson, the general agent for education in Alaska, has Just presented a report to So.retary Lamar, In which he rIvos some very Interesting facts relating to that country and Its Inhabitants. Ha tho oxtont ot Alaska hotter than It all has been done before. It Is as large as tothe New England and Middle states, gether with Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennossoo. It tho area of tho whole is about United States, and It has a coast line twice as long a9 that of our Atlantic and Paclflo shores. It Is as far from ttw northern to the southern point of Alaska as It Is from Maine to Florida, and an air lino drawn from ono end of Alaska to the other vouId le as long as the dlitanco Lotween Washington and California. Still this vast territory has a population of that of of W,8i:i or only about the city of Cleveland, and -'-,000 of thoso are of tho rest nro whltos. About oue-haEskimos and 1,750 are called creolos, and are the descendants of native mothers by Kusslan fathers. The population of Alaska has few of the characteristics of the Indians, and they ore a race entirely different from the Indian tribes ot tho United States. Thov havo better brains and stronger museles, and thoy yield readily to civilizing Tbey live, as a rule, in permainfluences. nent, substantial homes and support Thoy havo great ambition to Amoricaulied, and the better class of them want to build American homos, possess American furniture, dress In American clothes and bo American citizens. ono-slxtone-sixt- h -lf thorn-selves. bo-co- Into big copper kettles tho skillful candy-makweighs many pounds of finest white sugar. Theso pota are placed on the br&zlors and in a few minutes the surface crinkles, showing tiny bubbles, that only rise to break In puffs ot steam and form again. Thon tho whole golden mass becomes wildly ngltatod, each little particle ot syrup soems madly striving to lie on top and suppress all tho rest. It boils faster and faster, threatening each moment to pass that critical point whore good candy may end in ioor sugar. All this time tho bond ot this department stands by quietly watching tho contortions inside tho Uottlo. Wotting his finger from a cau of cold water, bo skims tho surface and draws long crystal, oruuo inroaus iron the hot yellow tally In this way testing it table has already A long nmrble-toppoa portion of its surfacocovored with vanilla caramel waiting to bo cut On the other end is poured this embryo chips that will be pulled, stripped, cut and folded later on. Handling such very warm material Is rather a dellcnto Job, in fart sensltlvo enough to roqulro glovod hands. It Is jolly to watch the affectionate manner In which it is patted, poked and smoothed on all sides, and finally drawn out into broad eronly shining bands that a boy clips with scissors whilo a woman turns them Into doublo bouncers or eighths as tho funcy er ed d Talk with an Kmployo About tho Patrons of the Establishment Bothered Almost nnd to Death by Itrutes, Deud-HeM- s Love-Lor- n Dudes Wages. Under tho impetus ot civilization tha laundry business has become an Important industry in large cities. The pretty laundry girl with banged hair, rosy chocks, soft voice and glib tonguo is an ossontlal foature ot tho system. Tho laundry girl has a hanl life. Her hours on duty are very wearisome. She must be on duty at 7 o'clock In tho morning. Thero she remains until 0 or 10 o'clock at nlzht Nobodv in the world has a bettor opportunity to observe the good and bad sido ot men than the has. It sho is pretty and younjc every masher In the community attempts to pay nor court The little ofilco whore the washing is received la usually besieged by o, gang of disreputable loafers, who offer the fair clerks all sorts ot Indignities under the guise ot admiration. Sho is exd and agreepected to remain able in spite of nil the impropor remarks and contemptible proposals which are tho only thoughts ot the professional masher. A pretty girl, who is well known among tho patrons of laundries, has had several years' oxporlenco In tho business Hor opinion of men is decidedly unfavorable. Sho usos a good deal of slang. good-naturo- MACKINAC. n atsia . Interior Journal ."STANironD.nKY. Steamers. Low Itatoa. Palaoaahs TWet Wuk DETROIT. MAOKINAO ISLAND ftt, QUIT. W. P.WALTON, Pro'r. as pabtlshedl STcry Bpettal tuadar Trips daring July aad Aagoat. nrrnniT and tr Brsry W 04XUa4.Mn. tfttu Huron, mcrvu. Say Btiwita Q. CLEVELAND OUR Turlar low price sod Friday at tbt of TWO DOIiLAKH PEIl YEAK. Detroit A Cleveland Steim DETROIT, MICH, SUles and Knnlm VlekaU srtU be rundafcad Tout Tl eke A fast, or sddreee ' C. 0. VTHITCOMB, Qta'l Pan. Agent. ILLUSTRATKD PAMPHLETS NaVa Co. POWDER Absolutely Puyb. u. Thlst rowJer nTr varies. A msmlol purity, More economical strtanth and f wholeMoieoesa. .. ... 1. vm man 0..ne oruinurr . inu, &.t ..u MM. Iia Altil with tho multitude of low trat .inoit weight a'.uiu or phosrhsta powders. BoMontr in lioraL BikiKO i"0WTna cans. 1VO wail oirtei, nsw min JTOIO ,7Vr03R.3HL ALL CLASSIC! Go to J. T. IlairriN Neatly and Ohoaply Exeoutod. t. Oottago Bread and Fresh Oakoa, Straw-lorrie- s, loo 0cam, Butter kept on Ice, froah and nice) Ico to retail Ioe-col- d Older, OInger Ale and Lemonade Don't forget that it It licaJiuartcra for goad Hut-U- r 121tt w "'" goodies tiring tli tAnra tn ftiA avfl4 of tho imDe- cunlous beboldor and clinking coins to tho whilo attention is proprietor's money-purs- pleases. So the l.f trays are heaped with e, part of tho population of Alaska is ot a far different naturo than is The Eskimo ' ' SOMK NATIVE CIIAHACTEIUSTICS. I generally suprxwod by Americans. They are not small like tho inhabitants of Greenland and Labrador, but aro tall and muscular, many of them being over six foot In Iiolght. Thoy have small, black eyes, high cheek bones, large mouths, thick lips, and Their hair is ot roaa yellow complexions. a oo&rso brown, and in many instances the men have full beards and mustaches. They set of people, always smila ing when spokoa'to, and thoy are fond of dancing, running, jumping and all athlotlo sports. Tbey dress In the skins of animals, and buy, when ever they can, American doihius. The houses they live in havo tho outward appearance of circular mounds ot earth covet u J with grass, with a small opening at the top for the escape of smoke. Tho entrance Is a small door and narrow hallway to the main room, which Is from twelve to twenty foet in diameter. These Alaska Eskimos eat ch'.olly meat and fish. Thoy do not like salt at all, and while tbey smack their lips over docayed fish or putrid oil, they will turn up their noses at a mouthful of the Quest corned beef. They all smoke tobacco nun, womeu and children, and they have at one place an annual fair to which they come for hundreds of miles to trade. The Creoles of Alaska are mixed up somewhat in tbelr living with the Aleuts. Thero are about --',000 ot these last In Alaska, and tbey occupy tha Aleutian chain of Islands. These men are smaller than the Eskimos, and they have black hair instead of brown. They look a great deal like the Japanese, and have many civilized instincts. Their houses consist of two or threo rooms, and they iito cooking stoves, crockery dishes, and have their feather bods covered with colored spreads. The walls ot their houses are hung with colored pictures, and they tight them with coal oil in glass lamps. They ore fond ot music, and in nearly every home you will find a band organ, accordion, or a musio box. They are fast beThey dress in coming Americanized. American garments, and their women study the fashion plates and trr to imitate tho latest styles. Many of them can read, and most of them are members of the Iluaso-Qree- k church. They ask a blessing to their ineals, and when tbey bid good-byfriends it is with a "God bloss you." Theso people live in the great seal islands ot Alaska. good-naturo- d e drawn to tho imposition of French sugar plums.' lhe foundation of many of these is a croam center whoro the mixture Is run into molds of flno powdered starch, and remains until hard and cold. Those in have a coating of chocolate, othors that are square have Englsh walnuts pressed on top, giving throe distinct flavor o the bonbon. Next a crystal cordlaldrop is examined and marveled over as to how tho wine found Its way Into tho center. That is explained easily when one learns that sugar and cordial never agree, so that if placed together, the liquid remains lnsido, the syrup forming a sugared wall around Ik Then the buttercups with hearts ot pocan, walnut and cream, aro mado In deep pink and yellow, ilowers conventuallzed undoubtedly but nn improvement on even the primrose and dandelion one thinks when setting their teeth firmly into the delicious sweet-moa- t. coiie-shup- o lint'TES, Dl'DES ASD GENTLEMEN. "I have a hard time of It" she said to a reporter, who left some of his linen to be re"You can't aplieved of Its sable coloring. preciate what brutes "some men are. Uf course, many "gentlemen deal with us and We aro bothered to treat us with respect death by dead beats, snldo gam dors and base-bal- l players. These fellows are stuck and think the girls gat oil themselves, mashed on them right away. They're badly left Some of them come iu here with a shirt and a pair ot cuffs and a collir and want to talk with mo two or three hours. I'm asked twenty timos a day, "Can I soo A few dudes try tho you home love racket it goes in one car anu out ot tho other with rue." "Is any one mean enough to beat you out THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect health, nnd tho true way to Insuro health Is to purify your Mood with Ajcr's Sarvv parllln. Mrs. Eliza A.CIough.fU Arlington st., Lowell. Mass., writes: "Ecry winter and spring my family. Including myself, use several bottles of Ayer's Expedience Las convinced me that, as a powerful "J"iTI . 1 " v "p . i i Through Coaohoa and Pullman Sleeping Cars. From (3T J v 1 EniBVllIo (o Chicago, CIuclnuHtl to Chicago, IuriliumpollH (o ChlcHKO Fourth and Msln, LOUISVILLE, KY. rnnouan time table Via LouliTllls: The "Apollo Yoke Men's Fiirullili! Shirt. (Joodn. LT. Blood purifier, It Is very much superior to any other preparation of Sarsaparllla. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, nnd especially delicate children, nro sure to bo greatly benefited by Its use." J. W. Starr, Laconta, Iowa, writes: " For yean I was troubled v Ub ScrofuI tried ncvrnil different lous complaint. preparations, which did ine little, If an), good. Two bottlei of Ayer's Sarapa-rlll- a effected a complete cure. It U my opinion thfi this medtclno I the lct blood Arr. ll................ unicago. t.......... .......... I I ) 41 a m I 7 40 p 3 30p ml 8 20am SSOptal 5 00 a in a Via Cincinnati; Clnclnnstl ............ Lt. InJlinpoll.... .. " 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains U High Hoputation, AND After following tho exquisitely clean manipulation ot puro matorials Into fresh wholesome candles, it is surprising any liners aro ever oougut, iur iuo ,aian raves such tickling, and when these pure conserves are bought no harm can come to the most delicate child. New Orleans Timos-Democr- York Noted New York Character. I happened to bo in a famous Broadway resort recently when a chunk ot humanity urrayed in a pilot jacket entered. He car-rio- d an expensive silk umbrella and wore on his shirt front a big capital "G" with diamonds. His hands showed traces of rheumatism and he walked as though suffering from a touch of the gout in color and his Ills eyes were steel-bluface was ruddy and clean sbuven. He bad an expansive moutb, filled with an exquisite set of falso teeth, and he wore a gold chain so massive that it recalled the old time g-chains. He took a seat at a little round table and invited those presont to have a e New Yorkers acdrink. Many cepted the Invitation and the conversation gradually drifted Into reminiscence ot the past In paying his reckoning the bluff gentleman dropped a roll ot bills. Some one picked it up, and after the lapae ot a tew minutes placed it on tho table, twisted off a rubber band and began to unroll it Tbo tlrt note dlsplayod was one for $1,000. Note after note was peeled from the roll until $',u,UU0 lay on the table, most of them tVX) In deuomlnnlloa The party looked on Suddenly the in astonished merriment gentleman with tho heavy watch chain became aware that something was up. lie ran his nobbed fingers into the pockets ot bis trousers and tbo interest depicted in his ace became intensified. u 'Old on there," he said in an English accent, "blast your two eyes! That's my boodle! I've just sold a steamboat and got paid for THE TINNEUS AXDTHK IIYDAU.S. There was a roar of laughter, amid which who are moro like the InThe Tinnehs, the speaker ordered on a bottle of Goulet dians than any ot the other Alaskans, are He was tbo renowed Harry Hill, who alpolygainlsts, and they discard and take ways carries thousands of dollars in bis wives at pleasure. They rarely have more pockets, unless attending a prize tight, when than three wives, but often moro than one. he hides his money in his shoe. Forty The Tennohs bury their dead in boxes above years ago he came here a poor boy without Via ground. Tbey believe in witchcraft, ew u dollar. ork Uor. Philadelphia ami it is not an uncommon thing for them Press. to kill their female babies. Another tribe which practices polygamy I.ouUUua'e lllchest Colored Man. are the llydabs, who are tall, Tho richest colored man in tho United their bravery and ferocfellows, noted for Hthtes probably is Tonlo Lafon, a quadroon ity. They are known as the bulldogs ot tho ot creolo descent that is to say, of French north 1'aclQc, and they have not hesitated I.ouUlaiiian blood. 1 suppose tho best and even to attack and plunder English and shortest deilnltiou of tho word Creole would American vessel. Among tho liyuahs the and it originally meant e "colony-born,- " husband buys his wife frequently whilo a person of pure French or Spanish blood, mare glrL It she does not suit him he can but born in ono of the colonios. Extended return her nud the price will be refunded. gradually by use, It has come to mean any Those llydabs live in houses mado of boards native ot Louisiana, and one oven hoars ocand one story in height. Their houses aro casionally of creolo cuttle nnd creole forty or fifty feet square, with a oiauge. The lowest estimate of M. La fan's in tho center of the tloor and a large hole in wealth is l, 000,000, and many rate him at escape of the smoke. Civthe roof for the double that amount Ho inherited a modilized costumes are now creeping in, and erate fortune, speoalated successfully In bedsteads, tables, stoves, and dlshos are real estate, and passed gradually to the conTheso Uydahs have wh'it dition of money-lende- r common. and are known as totem sticks raised to protect Liko most men of that class ho can not be their dwellings. Theso aro carved logs said to bo popular, and the colored people from one to two feet in diameter and from do not roly upon him as a political leader. twenty to sixty feet high. Theo are painted Indeed, ho is in politics rather moro conwith horrible faces and figures and serve to servative than an white drive away evil spirits. The liydaht raise planter, uud not at all desirous of seoing u great many potatoes and their country the colored ieople rulo tbo state. Add that abounds in wild terries and deer. Tbey ho is Tii years old and anxious to Increase those berries for winter use In fish olL his wealth, and it will be apparent that ho C'arp" In Cleveland Leader. is not a lorce in politics. Louis Matbe, Kronen quadroon, is less City Cows Causing Consumption. wealthy and far more popular. He is probThe council of health has roorted in ably worth $200,000, lives in a handsomo favor of the expulsion ot all dairy cows cottage-bui- lt roildcnce on Ursuline street, is from i'arls, and only the toleration of a a most genial gentleman, and enjoys life in. crj fow, the owners of which cati show the most modern American styla He accxueptioual conditions of salubrity. Thero quired nearly all his wealth, inheriting but are upwards of 5,000 of tbew animals In little; begun by Keeping a teed store, and the capital, and tbey are found to be prolific grew gradually Into a real ejtute broker. source of pulmonary consumption. The Socially be stands very high, and on the milk ot a great number ot tbem was alive street Is ratod as good as uny gentleman in with the bacillus, which wastes tUj tissues the city of any color. He is of a rather of cows and human phthisis. A syndicate happy, hopeful nature, liberal to tho of dairymen who have taken stuWes which churches, and quick to encourage any rising they use for byres on long loose ry out in young man ot his race. "Parke'' in Chicago tfce name of vested rights aga.im the hardTimes. ship of their business boiug broken up and no compensation granted. It has been Met u Flock of Illrds. tnat M. Pasteur might find a means When tbo English steamer Hoartburn, of ubduing phthisis, au 1 thus rendering it from Philadelphia, was passing Absecom uita to drink tho milk which is drawn froai the other morning, a large flock of canaries, The couuctl of bullfinches and otbor birds (lew on board cows kept in confinement. health has, however, turned a deaf ear to and took refuge In the rigging and the tho suggestion, and will continue to do so. houses on deck. As soon as the vessel I'aris Cor. London Telegraph. reached Atlantic docks, Brooklyn, the birds began to fiy ashore, nnd a swarm of boys Wojr to Cute Vlali. A New caught many of them. Tho birds are supA dwellor on the banks of tho Codorus, In posed to have escaped from some aviary on Pennsylvania, ties short Hues with baited the Jersey shore. Chicago Herald. to tho legs of bis geese and drives them into water. The fish blto and jerk the JlirestD CtTARKil UUkKU, rilth u. lines, and then the frightened goose hurry .nirt-- l bv Htilloh. Caurrli UVinriy. Crlio SOp dragging the fish after tbem, to ahore, A e logginold-tim- ot your pay for tho lauudry workl" A prominent "Why, I should say so. lawyer in this town owes me 4, and I can't Ho would come after his collect n cent bundlo and say, 'I'll pay you for this after a while, when tbo bill's a little bigger.' A great many fellows take advantage ot my fc'omo times good naturo in trusting them, a man will bring in a pair ot cuffs and then want to borrow a dime." "Do you have many bundles uncalled for." "Yes. Men will leave packagoj three or four wocu, and then If they have been mislaid will raise a howl and waut .5 cents a pair for cuffs that didn't cost over 15 cents when now. If a poor fellow has all bis linen in wash I often lot him have it for nothing." "What pay do the girls getl-- ' "That depends on clrcumstan ea and tho amount ot trade they tan command. Tho highest wages I know ot is t'J per woek, and there Is only one or two girls who get that much. Soma ot tbem run as low as H. Nino dollars Is little enough for a girl In this business when you consider what wo have to stand. There is one nice, quiet gentleman patron ot this laundry who always gives me $1 whether his bill amounts to that or not Ho chats pleasantly with me for a That's tbo few minutes and then loaves. kind of a man I like to doal with." Cincin nati Enquirer. A Good 11 45 p ui - I20ptn Am. Chlgafto....... Dally tl'sllreierpt Sunday. 17 30 a tu I 1 11 IS iS p in 30 . m OUim B sure jonr ticket rrals rls ths MONON ROUTE, (U H. A. A C. U'j) as it Is the qnlckMt. th Ult and taostdlrtct lino to Chicago and points in Ihs Northwest. TliVeU rl the Monon Itoute on tale at all prln- elal ticket 019cm. Kor ralea, mi and lull in furiasttoo, aJJrtu YfM. . Iti Purifier of tho duy." C. E. Upton, Nashua. N. II., I writes: "For a number of was troubled with a humor In my eyes, and uuablo to obtalu relief until I using Ayer's Sarsparl!l;u I lu taken several bottles, am greatly heuc-fiteand believe It to bo the best of blood purifiers." It. Harris, Creel City, Il.inuey Co., Dakota, write: "I have been an intense sufferer, wllh Djpcpl.i, for the past three years. Six mouths ago I began to use s cum-niencd, A. BAi.nwiN.n.r. a., clioso. J. U'ttKlLLY, (. A., Uulir . tile Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Beoond to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oueiti. The StanfordWoolen Mills. Hl0lit Market We are aiw Tried L'ald Tor Wool. wool far ciske a w rrs- - tlatsjage wlllbs (OBTirsd to aal from tks dt free of rharce. Kperlsl srroramaJatl aas le Commercial Travelere. Tke Mar will always sspplled with tne cholresl feraads of LUaora aad Cigars. friun Idofthe 1ml luinocr. Itwesbtll pwhtltr CUSTOM WORK tbli sauoii, irclfullr nrsraral to msoabcture Abdallah Glencoo! Jf Idea Concerning Funeral. bo-co- if well-forme- d In connection with the subject of funer als I would like to make a suggestion to all who, through a sad necessity, may interested. It Is the custom, of course, where doath occurs In a family to so Dd at once for an undertaker. It there be no male relative to make a business of tho matter, the suggestions ot thi undertaker are listened to and assented to by the widow and the orphan. The subject ot the cost grates so harshly upon the ear of tho attlicted onea that cost and prices are not much talked over, but left to tho judgment ot the undertaker. The undertaker, however kind nnd sympathetic, knows but little of the financial affair of the family, and bis thoughts running naturally In tho business line ot getting up a nice funeral, he selects and brings up a rather expensive codin or sarcophagus probably one 'that costs ltd or M- - Its price scares tho family, but it has boon "ordered," and the straitened family finds that the payment of It, togetbar with all the other expenses incident to sickhess aud death, becomes as great a weight upon tbelr hearts as is the earth upon the form of thoir doir ono In bis grave. This Is no fancy picture Out let it bo understood that there are in every undertaking establishment in this city not only those modern abominations called "caskets" made ot iron, or ot chemically steeped boards to imitate iron, but also "rosewood" colllns, light in weight end vory beautiful, for prices from $l7to$oU My suggestion is, to all families, that when doath ontora among them, they at any cost of feeling raako the expense of the burial a personal and business matter, and thus avoid sorrow upon sorrow. Clergyman In Globe-Democr- Sarsaparilla It has effected nn cntlru cure, and I now as well as ever." Sold by all Druggists. Trice 1 AYER'S solicit wool to lx Mil Into BUnkett, Blocking Yarn. Flannels. IlolU. The notrd breeder, wilt 40v, 4c We will kwp cooiliullt on but) J a slock make the season ol 1SIO at my atahle 14 mlUi wool oa of grots which we will ficbangefor lenni Wool Uiufhl it the markrt price. south ot Uttstoorllle, oa PrlcfsrbnusnufaclurlDg wbn wool ! furnish. tho Huston vllle and Ub. ui ere as follows.- - Carding and spinning, ICfic; erty turnpike. Abdallah Carding and Spinning, doubling and twilling, Vie; (ilenro la by Jo Klino. Jeans, 23c Mo. SIM: trial 3 27- - rec Carding, spinning and wearing Carding, spinning an! wearing whin l.lnT,X3C ord 2 O, and half brothn W.. (1). C 6. aoU for f 9,000.) Uerlew 3 Ml,, f.yciirgns 1X3 anj Mark Waked.1), pacer, trial l'JO; lirtt damlattleH. by Willie 1. (by Kortlgntr by Imp. Olenco.) 2d dm Battle C. by Cunnlogbamrs Copper Bottcai; Sd dam Minerva Uunrai ky Imp, Buuard. Jo Elmo by rH. Klmo. No. J7J, by Alex, aodei's Atds'.'ah IS, by Ityadyk'a llambfetonUn No. lb; Joe Klino's let dam by Mambrlno Meeaen-ge- n Wl Ule IVsdau by Btarliibl. by Cherokee, by Imp. l'lanaor, Abdallah Ultnro'i rolta are INTERIOR JOURNAL kind, line and lar?e and Md moris, both In barneee and under the saddle. I hare one otals that with very little handling trotted a Win 40 And the LouliTllle- aec.j also another that wsa aapromlalog, but owing to an accident baa never been trained. AbCourier-Journ- al dallah (Jlenco, although a natural saddle fcoree, trotted a full mile on a 10 see. alow track in 2 4S, wllh six weeks or two months' handling, limed Owe year for onlr 91 two papers for IttUe by II. Pope, of Eoyle county. Mr. T. says he could more than the prloeof one. show a 2 JO (ill any lime. Call and a o my atock before breedlngclaewhore, and sate money, for be poaacaaea running and Bf paying ui S3 you will rrcetrs lor one year croeea Insome ol the beat Is a beautilul trolling existence, lie brown, yoew aotne wun ine iae rrjiroealatlTe newapeper of the South, democrat-t- o UK bands high (gelding msuure) nurlor bone aavd a tariff tor rereoue onlr, and lhe teat, and muKle and sianda for tke small turn of briaSaaaat and a bint famllr wMklr In tbe United S10 the Seuon or $12 50 to Insure. HVetea. Thoie who drwlre Ui examine a sample copy of tbe Omrlfr-Journalcaoeoaltnisonce. I will alao aland my Snejack, lll-lm B. Jt.iTTIXGLW i'ro'r. ivt.v.. a,rnwoi m-- i. A. Grand Comhiiiution atOj THE ; Six bottles, $5. Trepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer iz Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A Weekly V & SUGAR tl 1 ispr tr HARPER'S PERIODICALS, PIR YEAS. Mcelroy, flrit-cla- CATHARTIC Harper" Weekly ... ..........II . CO HirHr'i Maxaslne Harp-r'- a enr Ilarimr'a Younc People fS2 numbers) 00 W J 00 10 00 At $10 to Imuro. lie It IS hinds 3 inches high, wlio nne bone sniaa much style as a horae. lie a Is a Jack aud a breeder and will serve Jennsts st 820. Hare won three of bis rolls from Jenoels tbat do honor to any jack Marri parted wllh render! the aeaeon doe. Those who aare traded marea bred lest season are reminded that my money la due and expected. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible abould any occur. first-claa113-1- 1 IIarpersKrankllnmuare Library one yrsr, BUe or Canada. Headache, Nntisea, Dizziness, nnd Drowsiness. They stlmulato tho Stomach, Liver, nnd Dowels, to healthy action, assist digestion, nnd lucrenso tho appetite. They combine cathartic, diuretic, nnd totild properties of tho greatest value, nro n purely vegetable compound, nnd may bs taken with perfect fafety, either by children or ndtilts. E. L. Thomas, Framing-baMass., writes: "For n number of years I was tubject to lolent Headaches, arising from a disordered condition of the stomach nnd bowels. About a year ngo I commenced the tiso of Ayer's Pills, nnd havo not had a licadacho lnec." W. P. Hannah, Gonntcy P. 0.,York Co., Out., writes: "I havo used Ayer'o Tills for tho last thirty years, nnd can safely say that I havo never found their equal as a cathartic medicine. I am never without them In C. D. Moore, Elgin, III., my house." writes : "Indigestion, Headache, nnd Loss of Appetite, had so weakened mid debilitated my system, that I was obliged to give up work. After being under tho doctor's care for two weeks, without getting any relief, I began taking Ayer'3 Pills. My nppctlto and strength returned, and I was soon enabled to. rcsunio my work, In perfect health." roAtmco twe to E. N. VltirEIjh ! all iubcrl en In tlm United Danvillo Wilkes 1 -- CURE fire-plac- e note-broker- . I . ' ' i Mending Uroken Limbs uf Animal. A correspondent tells bow tbo legs of any animal which may be broken by accident can bo repaired by tbe use of wot paper bandages. For largo animals the strips ot paper should be dipped In paste made ot calcined plaster of Paris, which soon sets nud makes a stiff, permanent bandage, which holds the broken bono in place until it heals. Tbo animal, a horse or a cow, should bo held in slings to prevent injury to thj limb by violent motion. Tho broken legs ot small aulinals, as shoep or fowls, require only to bo brought in proper posl- tion and bound with strips of wet paper until a sufficiently strong bandage is made. A covering of cloth is then put on and socunl with slitchos, or tiod with a tape or trit? Tbe paper soon dries and becomos bard and stiff. Nothing more need bo dono but to keep the animal iu a qulot, dark place, to restrain too much movement A little movement does no harm, but excites inflammation needea to produco union and healing of tho bone. Now York Times. To ISo "Duke of London." Prince Albert Victor, who may live to bo king of England and who may livo to become plain Mr. Albert ictor, is talked ot very much in England now. They think of calling him "Duko of London" a title that is unknown as yet London Letter. Roscoe Conkliag wears a suit of English-mixegoods and a now rod silk necktlo. Tho best public school superintendent West Virginia is a blind man. d mall, ptsrp-i- l. AlphsbPtfiO, faftix to I1icku's to CO lr Anaiytlc.il, rt'4 Clafl (I h r rolutuf c'uitve, Ifoin June, liiJ', uJune, Si ; uno rol., Sto, CiOtb, IM.V. Itaiiilttani'MaboVl lir maJuliy PoitotEco Monty oy Order or mail, loaroni cnanreoi lou XtrTTtfte not in copy this adrertlaomfnt Itliout ttir exprpu'drot tlariier A rothrra. AJdMS UAIUT.U . I.OTIIKIIS, NewYi.rk. 1 i b the Will make the tvliCti of Tha volumes of tlitf Magilun l)(lrt nuuibts kr June and l'fCiintier ol each jcar. I6SSat my I.lttry btable will t uidrrstood In Stanford, Ky,, and will When no tlmela iiM'cKlrJ. with ibe cur- tin permitted to arto s that tbe aubecriU'r wlrbot to rent ouiuber. limited number ol msioist enil VcIuujm of Hahi'Kr'i I'sOttm. fur tbrwj yean tmck. In net cloih iilndli.V, will te MS lite HvtiHon. of fj er rol- scnl by mall, pxiipnlJ.iin a, mo. CTetli c Duo vrlVn serTlfMfre lr li L lv n W ttnte n Is? V uriUU. fISI IU Ili.Trp K mare in loai, una wnen np oatcd. rtn4" .... D(E tfO02J EKOEJWI laniM u. j filled direct by goodH Benough.M HslSnH! THE l'UMl' Without Lifting tho Can, the filling tubo adjusting to suit holghth of any Lamp. This I thn most practical TA5IILY CAJf over offered to du the roll Is I)iraIII Wllkoila f rautlful mahogooy-Vf- T itandlng I5V, h.nds blCH.of sreit trottlug c tfonand has trotied bis mile la 3.J0: quarlca in 27 with little Handling at 4 year and has already distinguished liluielf as a breeJef I! a Is a counterpart of Alcyone, but a larger hpr fo every respect and his gait and Mood lines Usfmtlar and la the sscvn reaiore from the great (Jeoi Wllkee tbat I'hll7hompaon Is. Ills first nd ouy old that hair been Istiallle Vagcn, nan.id In honor of oae of the fcrlrnt and brlgbtost ioWela of Indiana, sr.'.r la a worthy namesake, of royal ,',5oa. .'." navehowe.1 a rait close to 2 40, bclag handled by a colored toy. Like bcr sir, she baj level brad and a goed gait. Danville Wilkes t by Lyle's-- Oeo Wilkes. Jr, dam ol Danrllle Wlllrei by Skerfuldlej bkcdaddlo by Ollrerj 1st data of Skedaddle ty Hedoc; 2d dam TrunieUr; Sddam Aratas; thdui Imp. Spread hagle; fitbdam Wild Ifelr, th htllpse, and can still trace blm further Into the thorMjghbred fam. f ic'n?n,VoJ Je daw o Danville dsmMcadleyfcy Wasy, Hdsui dam Krank. Waxy, the f Medley by Uertnuuie, Ijt dsn by Stony l'ctrel,2ddaiuToui Hal. Uraas furulshea at 12 per ronnth. Due cars tsken to prereniaccldsnta.l.ut will' not bw responsible should any occur. haft-fle- fct Is acenalnnl, when MmJmr- - or 'k, f d HO-i- A. T. XUXS'Els LEV, d. sug-cus&- Ayer's Pills, l'HEIUHKD BY tho public. -- FAMILY OIL CAN. EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAYE ONE, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. is fyblkld $laiw1acturtni w,jiti , "VV mhij.otuio ire, LBOIir. .'lUh.l(V. rurTIlt"an 14. IA4lll.)t UI fr I4'H ')N I. ' . KAMZ PAPr' I .. 'CHICHESTEM'a .no (rli;iiiil mill ... i. ll'IU" .' i..tr n- -- HI'." lllU. 1 i .C I. ll V. mi .i I. "... . h r ay otJ by 11 Gail Hamilton is said to bo engaged to bo married to a physician. carts Washington. Donkey are tbo latest craze la OPKK.A filieoi glaiir. HOUSES 'Y - Sab-hook- a W. P. WALTON. IX-- Proprietor it. ujuw. NoDropplneOII on thaFloororTAble; No Faucet to Leak or Kt knocked open to waste Corks to Contents or cause Explosions. No KoLook-ng- o Logo. Closed l'urfeotly Air Tight. Evaporation Abaol utoly Hafe. , Wo A Universal aiouemiom nwniiuy, o,t .!. Dmfjl.l. etrrj ulivrr. ler'a Knll l For sals by Dr. M.L. BQPBNE, SUnford 'uiml V fa AfAWOii.ttDvmj ! wamT ssuMliirlMiiifc JVl I TCiurtD4TS, SB TO S i.atales "'A ,h 'ea Ik, ?' or lint cli.t itmeJm, and has mn llwD, Simon unlwMl tsiitu raate .rtl WV vim. IU -- Ago. i'n . i . . YUUmu.u iu .liup ', t i . t ic Ho. ntul'andCure' n' fi aSVat lrChsi!Ci vrttmttjttH Clat3nri, CTblov Xnn i"S(' t,niiin.ui ry !?eailng' earvrtit 'le.ul'rn Kraitfuaub iiirt to ,W itHi.u. fii"o :'; a or4 For rale lu Stan'orJ, Ky., by Hf-- ti M ETC ALFAi aiuuii mm 1.1111 MMt Clut.uflS.ol.l.-m- . A. l SMITH. . ,ru. r.tl la.o. uhaio anilli now paLlic altT.rifV IIR0S FOSTER. J llfHIvt M tvu'.ai.tfuj" jj-- Wijitr-,- . : .aTHQt -- 2TK.