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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886070601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi Semi 0 Heeill VOL. XIV. S:nii-Mecklo3uitrkcuuml d mtefiif lumfiai NO. 139. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1886. i 1 HUSTONVILE, LINCOLN COUNTT. Falcon can write us up -- to the skies of ville, Batbourvllle, Williamsburg, Somand Lib course In his piper What a charming erset, Monticello, James'own Is a Candidate for to Congress, subject The State Teaooer' Association will to the action of ttia Democratic party. erty. How oan you talk the way you do, programme. I don't often make one. Per- occupy the week closing Friday. I bar. one rrgliWred bull and one my precious friend, with such glaring facts haps I had better not count too confidently liibris7irrf Ttte'Zau anil Friday and iew.l good vtarllogt, entltltd to a L. B. Adams and fimlly arrived -- AT H. K. TAYLOR, before you? But I know your loving heart on this one being carried out to the letter A. 31. FELAND, The Squire is not well and b e not register, fomlecheip. a Stanford, Kjr. Or LOO AN COlWrY. I. a Candfdtte or the office B'J XX31l A.T4NTJM, OAfcUI. and freely forgive for the take of the kind But wonderful things have happened. been out. of8uprlntendnt of Public Instruction, subject intentions and cautious anxieties you have Why may tbey not again? Lit ui hope for to the Democratic ante Contention. The little girl who was shot some two DB. W. B. PENNY. It understood tf wt credit that U.W will bo for me and your jealouay lest I should th best. weeks ago still survive. News has been end demanded. Dontlst, Ojr beloved ''Noble William" came in received to the eOect that Bailey Drye is mar my "usefulness." But you didn't look THOMAS Z. MORROW, 8TANFOBDD, KY. Irra-rio- b the steamer on which we likely to In the face, did you, when you rather on the Miraroa fids recover. Jesse Dunn, who baa Offlee on Lancaster street, next door to to 12 a. OfPulukl oountr, Is the Republican candidate Ot&c. boars from 8 W. P. WALTON. Journal startled me by inserting that dynamite expect to return to 'the States," D. V., on been seriously ill at Barnwell, S. C , bas ii, and 1 to S r. office. u, Anostbetics administered wber for Judge In the 8th Judicial District. liM-lfr-.) daybomb labelled "Moscow" In tny placid life? the 125th inst. yesterday morning at Improved and Is considered out of danger. aecewarr. WILLIAM nEKNDON, light. Willie Noble and our Will brought Of course, being human, these words hove The Fair Association is busy making 01 Lancaster, Is the Republican enndldit. for r!nm. their momentary sting. One of my dearest him out both yesterday and to day to Ros-eli- preparation for its coming exhibition Conluweauu Aiiurncj in me 8th Judicial Dls- He has gained so much in flesh that siderable disappointment Is friends in London put oa a black dress tilct. Election August id. felt in regard to Sonlo Smith actually went into mourning for me. be we were delighted with the chiuge. When to the failure to Doering & Co.'t Movers, Bind Pays Hit Reipeots secure the Stanford Band. Win. ers and Reapers, and Charley Moore, cause I didn't take in Bro. Carty's doctrine we last saw him he hvl the ghastly, worn-o- Wolf t' Trost have been engaged to supply look of a man breaking down very fait. the mu-iof ".Inlets perfection" and an ''Immortal The correspondence srems to Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. ' MT. VEHNON", KY. exhu-bera- nt lM-tPraise the Lord. God is Lore and Noth-in- body before the resurrection," when, if i Now, he is the picture of robust and warrant the expectation of a large gather health. Pratce the LORD! The ing. This old andweU-know- n read scripture aright, we are first entitled Hotel Is still Else." fine reputation. Charge world can ill spire such men from the noreasonable. to look for that blessed change. She exThe farmers generally have secured 8peclal attention to the ttarellng public. Auckland, New Zealand, pected by next mill to bear that I had ble army of burden lifters, who are giving their crops of wheat, rye and clover. Corn JZ. XEWCOJI11, Pro'r, Mr 19, 18S0. dropped down dead for obstinately rejecting themselves generously for the good of help bewails the crowding of wesds, but looks Alt. Ycrnon, Ey. ThUin Monday snowDbau lHTBidn: He addressed promising, The potato less and crushed humanity. heaven-sen- t this tnesaenjier. Of course crop is magnificent, We will hold our annual Kstron tho ing and Marie and I are sitting at the long whn I heard it I couldn't help a little a large audience in the theatre last night, bugs to the contrarj notwithstanding. The dinlDK-tabl- e. which Ww. Uncle Joe" finds s thrill of horror passing down my spinal and begins his temperance mission in deadly cucumber and the fragrant onion needful to accommodate bei Ure family I will deli th Ice to regular customers In Stanford Tabernacle to night. Success to the rrjoice in a favorable column, for it is an unusual thing to season; so with "gar AT TUB and vicinity erery morning at and frequent rumL, with our bsck. to a dear man of Godl He deservrs it and I dening east" in general. have one go into anticlpalive mourning in New Zjaland coal firr; for tbls wonderful One Cent Ponutl. such a positively certain way. And I con-fe- w doubt not will win it. Woods Grove, Three young gentlemen spent an even diamond ear drop of the Orient I rich in Accountsdueat tho close of each month, or CONTINUED NKT IS3UE.1 to a dreadful sort of feeling for a little ing last week with some young ladies a mile when rustomir quits. Where It was held last rear. For coal field i in everything else self sup122-- tf while, till I told the dear LORD all about or two below town, and on leaving found She Deserted a Pats. It.E.ttARItOW: porting she wrlllnK to one of her "spec-lali- " g that their horse and vehicle had anticipa- A LIST OF PREMIUMS, 10.. A few days ago a neatly-dressewho it. Since which I have btei quite rested and I to my large "constituency," Writ, for circulars. and unapprehensive, and am not expecting Sale woman, about 30 years of age, ap- ted them by a few moments. They gave & Crop. hare listened no indulgently these year of to die for declining to follow Bro. Carty. plied to Harry Foster, the Erie ticket chare on foot I Id horse evidently making jr. i'. EuniiY, I'fcHtacnt. I will ofler at public sale to the highest bidder itinerancy. 1 only mention it as illustrating the fact d J. B. WALKER, BeCMtarv. agent at Honedale, for information as to It a point to keep out of the way and he J."lu stu DanvilleaT Farm Vf are all more charmed with New Zja-lanof C Acres, near the mh pike, in that I have several little "feelings" left and the lowest rate of fare for herself and fami- dfd, passing through town at a dignified Lincoln county, 8 miles froji Stanford and on the than ever; more impressed than eter am county road leading trom the Danvlllo fo the quite vunerable to these shafts that my ly to Warren, Pa trot, with the panting pedestrians in close pike. The land Is In a good state of with iti likeness to England; more and "beit friend." launch at me now and then, ! fencing excllent, ipaclous barn and "How nnny person.?" asked the agent, . pursuit. He is said to have been captured more believers la lie mijinificent fulurn sheds. My house burned down recently but anapparently on the supposition that I soar by strategy a mile south of town. For par"Myself and my 11 children," she said. other pattern Is on the ground ready for building. and (juite ready to chooA thta twin of the Is to announce to his The outbuildings good. The in auch au ethereal region that I am im. weU As ooon an agent Foster could c.itch his ticulars see Shack Huffman, Jim Cook or readerseditor Norn D. Plums, who wrote Dr. ered and there Is aresplendidThe place la Will wata British Isles at a icttling place, If we erer that orchard. alio pervious to all attack. Oa the contrary, I breath he exclaimed: Bourne's tunny adTtrtltemenu, Is dead. The offer fors&le all kind, of farming Implements and Will Hocker. conclude to "light" In lha Hist; which large monies paid blm for writing this column mschinery, horses and catto, hogs, household and am so sensitive that I can even feel in meas. "Eleven chlldretl Great Scott, madam! J. W. Alcorn and wife were here on brought on aoltenlDgol the brain and be died of kitchen furniture. Terms mde known oa day not yet being weary of our onward flight tJ ofaaje. ure the prick of an unfriendly "FaIcouV NotollyouH?" J. T. L.AXD, Stanford. Sunday on a parting vioit to Col. J. W. too much amartnrea. Dr. Bourne Is determined, howerer, to "glte Ms for the Muter -- we hare no more idea of talons, aa be swoops mercilessly down and Urge salary in prices, "Certainly sir," repliel the woman, evi- Weatherford, who leaves for the West this customers tb. benetttof this of doing now, or at any future time, than predicts my speedy demise aa the only al dently surprised at the agent's question and week. Frank L. Shipman and wife, of Besides selling pluming our wings for a trip to the moon. tentative to going into the Roman Catholic manner. "Wnose wouia iney De u not Junction City, epent Sunday with the fam Medicines, Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods, Mti' Borne hear the order, "stay and preach," tie Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, aK5Ucr. And lean even ba hurt by his mint?" ily of G. D. Weatherford. Mrs. and Miss and it in well for them to do it. I can only Jewelry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing lacUe, RaKcntuckj'H Route East delicate alluilous to Marie', organ and "In tie name of goodness, then, how old Orr have returned to their home in Pen. listen to the command "Go, preach My ton, Sponges, Knires, Paper, Blank Books, FOB Will's gold watch, which, let tne reumk in are the)?" asked the agent, mopping the dleton county. The delegates to the con- Sates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mix gope!" with an ever Increasing emphasis Washington, Philadelphia and paralng,forgentleminly courtey and refine, perspiration from oil his forehead. cd Faints, Brushes, Varnishes vocation of the Knights of Honor have all on the "fco." Happy these servants, who, Now York, Some may have ment, defy competition Drug Utore, all of Ve!l, sir," said the woman, after a short returned, especially Peacock. J. B. Green, Ererylhlngkeptln a flnt-clTho only line running in fullest consecration, hear and oby the which Is new, fresh and superior, be has on the capacity or gift to soar in supreme In- mental calculation, "three of them are 9, In gettiug ont of a vehicle a few days eince, band a ttoxen llacheXorn, and will furnish sweet word of authority of Illm who h PULLMAX NLW SLEEPING CARS sny good looking lady who deals with blm with difference above euch aMault. I am not three of them are 7, two of them sre 5 and got a eevere fall, damaging his person eeri many servants wild diflerlng gift under choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of AND one of them. Nor do I think that Jeaua' three of them are 3 years old." names, or call at ously and his apparel irreparably, but was Him, and 'says to one 'go' and he goeth; A SOLID love gives a follow a thick ekin. Oa the Agent Foster dropped into a chair as tho' at his post Sunday, limping but ztalous. Bourne's New Druz and Book Store. FROM to another 'come,' and he ootnetL; to aooth contrary, it increases sensitiveness. Ooly some one had bit him with a club. Miss Sallie McRobsrte, of Danville, is with Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky, thin and he doeth it." And happier er 'do it also multiplies compensations more rap-Id- ly to Washington City, "Madam," said he, "you deserve to have the Misses Bright; Miss Lettie Rochester till thoee tenant who hate heart and are Connecting In the same depot with than oven the moit prolific adversities a pass for 12. Come in again in a lew days at J. 0. McAlister's; Mrs. Uiggini, of o filled with the sound of the Mister's PaBt Trains for Wow York, can come; and so "out of the etter comes and I'll sre what can be done." Kirksvillr, with Mrs. Woodr; Mrs. S. A Toice, that they hear and heed do other The Direct Route to forth meal; out of the strong sweetness" The agent in the miantime ascertained Williams, of Harrodsburg, at Mrs. Brad' voices. These last are not wanting, if one Lynchburg, DshtIIIs, Norfolk and all Vlrelnla according io my favorite scripture. But it some how that the woman's name was leyV; Hirry Hocker (Bub), of Danville, at To ary pen in remitting us and Xortk Carolina Points. will only atop to lla'.en for them. But they For tickets and further Information, apply to all the ime, when peo- Cullen. She lived at Gale's Tannery, home for the "glorious 4 b." alwayi fill the life with disquietude and hurls me awfally, your nearest ticket offioo or address W. W.Monple do and say unfeeling things to and six miles from Honvdale. Her husband is roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. nee dlee eelfccndemnation, if liitened to. Mr. JosEru B.vnB3UB, democratic com W.C.WICKUAJI, ST. W. FDLLKR, about me a laboring man and about three years ago We will send the 2d Vic. President, Krentathe Holy Ohoil, by St. James, Oen'l Pass'r Ag't, inee forSapstior Court Judge Your re I even confess that the choice "BillingsRichmond. Virginia. went to Warren to work and bad a short rahb to u, "My brethren, be not many publics opponent, John Yerkee, is way Semi-Week- ly gate" from the pen of my old enemy, C. C. lime ago sent for his wife and children. Interior Journal muter, knowing that we ehall receive the Moore, quoted in a recent Ixtkiuor, hurts The couple had been married 10 years, up head on personal pulchritude, with greater condemnation." That la, the more And the New York World one yaar and a me, because I can, by grace, love him among Mrs. Cullen's statement as to the number tongue hang in the middle and capable of masters you hare the more mlierabte you making mtlsio at both ends, six feet two inthe reet of my enemle. And love always and age of her children was substantiated Concert Grand, will be. Who is there that baa not found (ntiils the cipiclty of Buffering when the by neighbors. She bad presented her hus ches In his stocking feet and a fighter from HISTOR? OF THE UNITED STATES, Parlor Grand, it so in trying to follow Jeu? If you read the headwaters of Hitter creek or there loved one is unkind. But I do wish that band with 11 children at four births. Baby Grand, Paul's life carefully you will find that he you and proves its Express paid, bound In leatherette tree call, gilt, It "Bro." Moore, for I still call him that, far Agent Foster wrote to General Passenger abouts. The limes lot Upright Grand, of820pagexod contlanlng22 One engravings. It got into nearly all hit trouble and comaa he may hart wandered ftotn his Father's Agent John N. Abbott and gave him a friendship by this timely warning) "Git, Is the moat compr.benslT. work of the kind Square Grand. being history in the ordinary sense; mitted nearly all hit blunders by hearken shirt-tail- , he's agalnln on yel" L Louis- It Is .condensed newspaper file for400:yers. We ing to the "disciples" and the "brethrer," house, wonld see that the religion of the statement of the case. Mr. Abbott sent ville Times. offer finest sre opening the most (are'ully selected, the We reeerre th. right to withdraw this and best stock of Culwithout notice, to remit at once. instead of taking every leadlog from the New Testament he ditplsea would have back instructions at once to sell Mrs. W P. WALTON. Stanford, Ky. Dade: ''You love me, then, Mis) Jace?' PIAMXN AND GIiG.lN8 LOUD. Like all the rest of ui he wanted taught him a better style than the one he len a half fare ricket to Warren, good for has adopted "Be pitiful, be courteous," herrelfand 11 little ones. Port Jervls Jane: ' Love is somewhat too mnch to say. to be obliging and not seem obttlnate; and Eter brought to this city, frery instiument Is the prld. of an artist and prices rnge fiom 10 to aaith the Apostle. Gixstte. At leaat I have avmpathy for you because o, consenting to kindly pressure, allowed 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers vie tor the What but a sad Jack of the Christianity Hrhat Mrs. Clevland is Doing For The Demi-cral- ic your (ace resembles eo much that of my same goods. Persons ol musical otd art culture himsell to be "let down in a buket" oyer are invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultiParty, poor dead FiJo." the wall of Damascus, like a bmdle of he astall. could tempt a gentleman to write vated, refined tone and artist designs ot these celebrated lnitruments: as he does. He comes of good stock, I know. writes: correspondent A Washington soiled clothe for the laundry; or urged by Buckten's Arnica Salve The Moo res are first-claand from an Mrs, Cleveland is worklog wonders for her d The In tb. world lor Cuts. Bruise. Knabc, the Fa good James, consented In an eril moment The best SsWe A 1 county of the blue grass Clark. What husband in his party. A republican Sena Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped mons Decker & Sou the Popular Evto pretend aa if he was as good a Jew as IS WAKRANTED to euro Fever and Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, erett and tho Reliable New England A e, intormittcm or unni never, iio any of the bigoted set who clung to law could induce a well bred gentleman of that tor's wife expressed the situation by say. and posltlrely cures Piles, or no pay required. I, mlltent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, region to pen auch coarse senten log: Pianos, with one hand while holding on to grace Hrenk-bone- " guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money Fevert. Liver Is noniniri for "She is so sweet and charging that all refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For aalo by Complaint, and all diseases arising from The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and with the other. If such an one ss Paul cea against one, wboa only fault la that he Malarial poisons. the John Ohuroh & Co, Organ. yielded at times to this imperious princl tried honestly and his best to convert 0, C. the spoils Senators can not resist her. One Penny A McAlliter. M. at the Lexington meetings years ago. of them rode down town with me In a street "Earpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. pie of social and religious life, surely we Pbase communicate with us for catalogues, terms iVonderful Cures. "For eighteen months suff- and prices. spiritual d war's by his aide need to be ou And bow could he speak of a helpless and car to day; I ald: 'How do you like het?' W. D. Hojt & Co., wholesale and retail Drug H.ll.&Tj J. tOOR, Special Ag'la. am in love with her,'" he replied. gists ol Rome, Us., say: (We hare been selling guard against it day and night. The harmless woman in public print In a way ered witli Chills and Fever, rJlanfonl, Ky. our Or ROSE R. RICIIARD, Dr. King'. Kew Dlscorery, Electric Bitters and said It '"Not for her beauty,'" said I, '"for having Chills every other day. fact la that if "etery one must gWe an ac- so offensive that had another References- - A It. Penny, Mrs E. M. CarpenBucklen's Arnica SaUe for two years. Ubto nsr- ter, J. M. Philips. J. M Moor, and Jaraea Beaa-lecount of himself to God" and uot "of" or of his sister or daughter, he would have while she has a very stately figure, a soft, er handled goods that sell as well, or glra such After trying various remedies Holmes. Crab Orch8ian'nrc; recommended to cure, used a ard; (Jen. W. J.Mrs. "to" his neighbors or brethren; what folly kicked the oflsnder forthwith? I mention plump neck and tnelty, lovely gray eyes, a universal satisfaction. There hare been some Landraut and Mln Lltxle Huff-maLancaster. Ky. it. not in a retaliatory sa'trit or way, but fair complexion and a sweetly fisxlble wonderlul cure, effected by thes. medicine In this bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and It is to hear any one but God. And if "to " city. Sereralcase. of pronounced Consumption have never since had a chill. his own ni aiter tittj servant standeth or with the hope that qukfl reflection will con- mouth, after all she is not a great beauty.' botvince him that despised Christianity at Mrs. EDWIN HARPER." said my spoilsman, hare been entirely cured by the us. ot a lew "Ah, ,'" fslleth' what a blunder not to say crime tle, of Dr. Elcg's Mew Discovery, taken In connecleast Is not responsible for either his or " 'you women can lake each other apart and tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them ritETARED DY is it, to lake orders from unv but the 2yssaiV'ULaisPUP(A SaVftSaiiiiii (I) say coldly analytical things. But we men always. Sold by Penny A McAlliter. Pr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas. Mailer, I am preaching thia little sermon Falcon's ferocious assaults upon the innounoffending. Sold by all Druggists. simply go faster and fall blindly in love. I to myself, just now aa well as my readera. cent and An Enterprising, Reliable House. So I am fully expecting these almost worship Mrs. Cleveland as the most Penny A McAlliter ctn always be relied upon And I have need of ll; for some of my not only to csrry In stock the best of ererytbirg deareat friends ai well aa deardiiciples of gentlemen for after all they are gentle, l utiful woman I ever saw.' be ready " Now when euch a Senator,'" said the but to secure the Agency for such articles as hate the LORD are telling me frankly and lov-in- men, and I know tbem both to merit, and are popular with the pec what I ought to do and what I ought with appropriate apologies, when we revisit Senator's wife, '"talks like that it means pie, thereby sustaining the reputation of being al say will be business. I tell you it looks pretty blue ways enterprising and erer reliable. Having senot In order to make my ministry a bless- -' Kentucky, which I need not & MISSISSIPPI R. W to them all I should be most gracefully accepted; and in return, as for us republicans in 18SS. You see Cleve- cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's ing. If I listened a token of full restoration to favor, I will land don't do anything that we can find New Dlscorery for Consumption, will sell it on a sjMsMsisjsaB tho uicst remarkable combination evangelPWasatf""! L ll positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and ist on earth; Sim Jones and Moody rolled undertake to convince Falcon that there fault with and half his party leaders are every affection ot the Throat, Lungs and Chest, The direct through line and old established rout, from "Jeremiah already in love with his wife.' " and to show our confidence, we Invite you to call into one would not compete with the new are some things connected with (t) Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and get a Trial Bottle Free. arrangement. If to some I should have to In Ireland" that should interest him; and The Iowa democratic State convention, and all points in the West. will play for"Drothor Charles" some Positire Cure for Piles. drop out a portion of the LORD'S own Marie while in session at Des Moines, adopted a Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. teaching and bo to msst Ilira soon, with a new hymns on the "little organ" that can platform which endorses President CleveTo the peopled this county we would say that Three (J) Dally Trains from Cincinnati fail to please so dear a lover of music to St. Louis. we have been given the Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's ''talent" wrapped not nice, bright, cleanly-kep- t land and his administration; favors honest Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Only IO houra from Loulirllle and Cincinnati in a spotless napkin and as useless as a new as he is. I bear no malice, gentlemen. "Let pension bills, but opposes special laws; calls to iit. Louis. to cure or money refunded Internal, External, branch" sSsB'flVt?vi1asiilislBsii ly. minted dollar that has never bought us hare peace." I wave the "olive SOc r box. Tho Only Lino by whioh you can -- and I on Congress to revise the tarlfl laws so as to Blind Bleeding or Itching Pitta. Price A McAllster, Druggists. got a Through Stooping Car a and not the "bloody shirt." Only anything, never fed a hungry nor clothed needs of revenue only; declares in For sale by Penny not nnduly meet the naked suflerer; and never done anything hope the announcement will From Cinclnatl to St. Louis. favor of the payment of the public debt; in Daughters, Wives and Mothers. jPBm5sWk )fy 1 am quite expecting to finish that for which alone it was coined. One dear alarm fayor of the legislative adjustment of the We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's Ca- - fPVr s"i Jltr W Is the only Una running Lexington meeting, which was begun, but from Louisville 0611. through one thinks I have made an awful blunder denounces the new Con- thollcon,a Female Remedy, t cure Femal. Dis- and 116 Cincinnati toSl. 1 ult, all other routes being 6 years ago; and we are trusting labor question; in teaching Jesus as a healer of bodies as not ended, gressional district law; demands the inves- eases, such as Oraxtan troubles, Inflammation and mado up of a combination of small roads. LORD for a blcued time. PerUlceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing well as a Savior of souls, and deplores it a the deir tigation and conviction of all malfeasance down felting, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o t Tho Ohio A Misris'Ippt Railway runs Palatial haps the carpet In the big BsptUt church Slesplnr Cars on nlgbt trains; Luxuriant Par a turnins aside from my special forte of repeal of th Lllts.Leuchorrhoea, beside, many wekneea spring enough by this time to allow of the In public offices; favors the lor W onaay trains: birgam uay uscn-e- . preaching the "simple gospel of a sinner's la old on all trains. law and the enactment of a lo- ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spitramp of a miscellaneous prohibitory cIom connection, ire mad. In UNION Nerrous Debility, ealvatlon." Such an one says "Richmond unhallowed cal option law, extending to counties and nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, For sale by Drug-gls- Direct and with diverging line, by that). A M. t DEPOTd and the brethren will risk its Heart, Ac. was your Moscow." Well, dear heart, just crowd, Hallway, thus avoiding troblesom. transadopted to be not leea Palpitation olthe The Bucket Pumb & Water Price, f 1 and ft 80 per bottl. &end to Dr. for the sake of souls. The Baptist cities, tho license fers by other routes. most let me remind you that by far the B. Marchlsl, Ullca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. The Ohio A Railway Is the only kind to out troupe than $500. exceptionally J Purifier succoesful part of my ministry in Kentucky have been LoulSTille, Cincinnati and St. Louis Is an improvement on any Pump or V. evatr yet The oldest and smallest republic in tho For sale h v Peony A MeAlUUr, Druggist. all the world around great Spurgeon under one management, running all lis lnveuud Th cupa descending tall of air a I asafter the adoption of the was trains through Mild and In consequence cending full ol witi-r- , circulates the air Irom botTHE REV. (EO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon and we rather look for a renewal world, Saa Marino, is inclosed on all sides ItouU Is recognised Flrst-Clahobby." Do you forget that Louisville, tom to top of extern nr well, removing wiggle., tnoM Cities. So "Brother by Italian provinces. It is in a flourish Ind.,iays: "Both myself and wife owe our lives quarter. water buns, aim rendering th. water pure, removBowling Green, Paris, Georgetown, Ver- of fayors from that to SHILOH'd CONSUMPTION CORE. For sale Apply te ticket Agent, of connecting Unas for ing all colnr, had taste or smell. This Pump has to a visitation Ing condition, althoughlthas butone princi full oareliulars as to rate., time, map, circulars an Improved ehali ; no link, to get twitted: eich at M. It. Bourn.'s. Ltwrenceburg andf Frankfort wero Moore," make up your mind sailles, or any desired Informallon.or write to cup Is wldemi p rws'j.ntly, and Instead ota link, aoourge that so far excels the pal town and four or five villages, with an ROBT. H. FORMAN, ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion a flat piece ot galvanised Iron la tised. Do not all subsequent to "Moscow," not to mention from that y. of between 8,000 and Constipation, Dlzslness, Los. of Appetite, Yellow Trav. Pss.. Ag't O. A M. B'y, Botasrsei. purcbawa pump until you see this, In virulence and the rln "catching" aggregate population W.B.8HATTUC. the mountain victories for Jesus in London, W. M. PKABODY. Vtry ropKtmllyj above the level of Skin Shiloh'a Vltallur Is a positive cure. For Is q en. Paw. Ag't, Pre and Gen'l Mn'gr, th properties; when you will deubtlest report 9,000, It 2,200 feet Prats IV. U. HIGIUINrJ. Manchester, Ilsiiad, "Camp Cincinnati, 0. site at M. L. Hourno'i. fairly in the Blm Gran JJMe, while toe ta. LORD," Piketon. Ml. Peasant, Pine. us Sat-urdn- y. IM-lr- NOTICE.. james b. Mccreary uiniLu- GEO. O. BABNES. O. B. HAKKIS, Ag't ut c. g m ts Kirksville Fair m I. Spur-ceon'- 33d mid 24tli of July, Burnain ICE! ICE! ICE! Per d, fresh-lookin- ofLandJttock 127-t- d Lan-cast- er BOURNE hrsrt-brok- 123-S- i - 1 us TRAIN A Big Offer! THREE IHKbXiAItS PIANOS ! ss Ague Cure I AYER'S World-renowne- ed "I tost-offic- I y, e n. 133-I- blue-gras- s gly well-kno- O. & M. 01 jj flssjKj Ii?7?iq5?sBP5 s J kEb demol-isbmen- "falth-healin- g aa m -- im-$KetM- E inbriorlonnal Ej., July i Stanford, W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. f7. VERNON, rqckcastle count r. W. P. Harris, formerly Snpeilntend eat of the Louisville division of the L. AN., Missouri Savers will be trltd here who left that company for a position with Wednesday for attempting to rape a the B. & O , bat was aot retained in h'is daughter of Geo. Pltmans. Sty-er- a tat 6, IK6 place there, has beea made the General is a step grandfather of the girl. Superintendent of the St. Louis & 8t. Joe A Teachers Association was organized Uokace Whitney, cashier of the Uai. railroad. here Saturday, with A. G. Lovell as Prested States Treasury, wbo has served In that The republicans of the Fifteenth judiPresident, Mies capacity for 20 years, dropped dead Satur cial district will hold a convention at ident, E, D. Hansel Vice Alma Carson Secretary and Miss Alice R. True, of Maine, was day and Edward Barbourville on the JOth im. to nominate tho liberty of urging the voters of each justice's district to make a combined and ireauetH effort to secure the election of two of their men to the office of justice of the peaee at the coming election. f. 1 ill; WALTON GROCER, i For Superior Judge Joseph Babboor. For Circuit Judtfv-- J. W. Axcorw. " CotnsonwMlh'i Attornjr-- B. C. Wabm;. " County Judge T. W. Vabsoh. " Circuit Oerk-- J. P. Baiibt. appointed to his position. An exchange ays that the average sum that passe daily through the cashier's office Is $4,000,000, but the transaction of a single-- day have been known to reach $00,000,000. " " 11 County Qerk-6hfria-T.D.Nwt- Q. B, CoorKB. The House very properly refused to con- County Attorney AtMMor JUer-- B. Moines Land bill over the President's veto, and that Questionable business It shelved J. A. Boon " t least. President Clevefor this session " land has hit mighty near centre In all his vetoes and we are glad to observe that onr At the August election two magistrate representative, Gov. McCreary, appreciates are to be chosen in each magisterial dis- that fact And voted to sustain him. trict in the count for a term of Hto years Having sold his half interest ia the Mt, from June 1, 1867. The importance of electing cuitablo and competent men to that Sterling Scntincl'Democrat to his partner, office is, we think, generally underated. In Capt. W. T. Havens, Judge D. B. Garrison deed it is a matter about which there seems retires from the triped in a graceful and to be not only no solicitude at all, but a humorous oard In the last issue of that pafeeling of almost entire indifference on the per. He Is too much In love with the buspart of our citizens. The question with iness to stay out of the profession long and them, if the think of it at all, is notwho his numerous friends hope he will not. are the fittest men for the position, but wbo The courta of New York have very will condescend to take it? This of course properly decided that boycotting must go. results in a great measure from the disin- Judge Barnett sentenced five individuals clination of persons to incur the trouble convicted of that reprehenslve praotice, and annoyances incident to holding as of- Saturday, to terms ia the State prison rangfice in which the compensation is next to ing from 18 months to three years and DANHLLE. BOTLE COUNTY. nothing. A good business man regards it eight months. That's the way to stop it. & sacrifice to accept such a position; and reThe proeecutloa was not ready 8atur-da- y Hon, J. S. Mounts was renominated over ally, looking at it from a strictly pecuniary in the second trial of Joseph Goings point of riew, it is a sacrifice. But when Bea Bobbins ia the Shelby district for for selling strong drink. The cue will be we consider the fact that there Is no present Commonwealth's attorney, by primary elec- tried next Monday. remedy for the defects in our system of tion Saturday, a result which will be re The big Cleveland and Hendricks flag "A!as,E!telle,"aizhed Hubert, "I fear county government, but that we auai take ceived with gratification by those who was suspended across Main street Monday we can never marry. I love you devotedknow the men personally. it as we find it and do the best we can with and there are other evidences of patriotism ly, but I could never think of asking you it, and that the duties of this office are in William Haines, the man who invent- in other parts of town. to share my poverty." "But, Hurbert," eome respects of very grave importance, ed dynamite bombs, is dead at Covington, The first base ball game ot the Blue said the dear girl, fondly, "poverty would clti-t- jn affecting directly the interest of eyery Ky. Had he thought to have done so be- Grass League was played here on Friday happiness if only we were together. and the general welfare of the county fore letting his Invention loose on a long between the Danvillee and Lexingtons, the fbe What do I care for wealth as long as I for the present and for the future, it would suffering public, he would have saved it a former winning by a score of 10 to 7. have you? I can do without luxuries If I seem that there ought to be patriotism world of unpleasantness. Rev. H. K. Taylor, President of the only have yon love. Bread, and cheese, enough to secure the services of Rood and Female College at Russellville, and candi- and kisses are enough for me. I ask for sign The Filx John Porter bill has been suitable men in evory district. The too date for superintendent of public instrucnothing more." "Really?" asked Hurbert, prevalent habit of estimating a position as ed by the President and that tion, addressed the people of Boyle county excitedly, looking fondly down into her officer ia restored to the rank he held when Saturday evening. being either a high or low one according as at the court-hous- e eyes. "Reallyl" she answered firmly, lookit is lucrative or the reverie, is nonsensical wrongly dismissed from the army. He will Capt. T. D. English, the well known ing up into his with a tender smile. "Then, placed on the retired list with pay ac- auctioneer, and an old gentleman named and founded upon a debased idea of things. be by Jink.!" exclaimed Hubert, "I'll cordingly Ross were thrown from a buggy Saturday It is as much so as it would be to judge of borrow a dollar and get the license this acOne of the a man's moral worth by his rapidity or evening and severely bruised. The Rowan county outlaws are in an very afternoon. Your father ought to be slowness in money-makinwhatever might tive state of eruption again and a battle is wheels came off, which frightened the horse willing to stand the bread and cheese, and I be his vocation or his methods. imminent. If it could be a Kilkenny cat and caused him to run away. feel competent myself to provide the kisses." Those officers when acting in the capaci- fight the State of Kentucky would be that The committee heretofore appointed to Sjmerville Journal ty of a county court, are charged with the much the better off, both in reputation and solicit subscriptions in aid of the Louisville The rum business Is pouring its vitriolic entire management of the financial affairs money. Southern railroad met Saturday and obof the county, the judicious and proper tained two weeks more time in which to damnable liquids down the throats of hunTflE Louisville limes commences a par management of which Is by no means an in- agraph, "every little helps, as the old wo- make their report. The committee thinks dreds and thousands of laborers, and while the ordinary strikes are ruinous both to significant matter. It is their business to man remarked." Will its editor please fur- the desired amount can be raised. Rev. John M. Montgomery, who has employers and employes, I proclaim a unimake provision for the proper care and nish a diagram or state at least the occa support of the poor of the county, which sion for the remark. given up the presidency of Caldwell Col- versal strike against strong drink, whicb, lege, will remain in Danville some time, If kept up, will be the relief of tho workinvolves a large and yearly increasing exBrother Craft, of the London Leader, where femalo schools desiring a principal ing classes and the salvation of the Nation. requires the exerpenditure of money and should change his name from M. T., now can address him. Mis Lottie Campbell I will undertake to say that there is not a cise of the best judgment and soundest dis that he can fill up with fat spring chickens succeeds him as the head of Caldwell Col- healthy laborer In the United States who cretion. Those who have had occasion to at 10c apiece within the next ten years, if h will refute lege. give their attention to this particular subMr. F. W. Handman gave a dinner all Intoxicating beverage and be saving! 3en. BDCKHEKsaya the man that states ject have found it quite a difficult and perplexing thing to devise methods and means that he has not voted in 17 years is anoth- Saturday to a few gentlemen friends. The may not become a capitalist on a small soup and scale. Our country In a year spends menu, beginning with for taking that care of the unfortunate er, and he can prove it by the poll books. for rum. Of course the workrunning through five courses, received humanity demands and the law comwhich NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. careful attention from the epicures ing classen do a great deal of this expendimands, and do so without a waste of public to Par- Miners, merchants, lawyers and the noblest ture. Careful statistics show that the wage Gladstone has been money. It Is a business that none but of commercial evangelists were represented earning classej of Great Britain expend in humane and liament by two constituencies. liquors $500,000,000 a year. Only eeven jurors have been obtained In the distinguished company. conscientious men are fit to transact, and to Mr. George Z Dimmitt, of this county, Very often, my eon, it is the dread of such only should it ever be entrusted. in a week's effort to try the anarchists at on Friday from Ann Arbor, punishment, rather than the punishment returned The county court, composed of the mag- Chicago. The Louisville Legion Is In camp at Michigan, where he graduated a few days Itself, that restrains us from evil doing. istrate?, fixes the ealary of the county judge, the county attorney and the school superin- Arctic Springs, 4 miles up the river from ago from the law department of the Uni- Many times a boy would gladly run away versity. There were 116 eradnates in the and go fiihlng on Sunday, if he could only tendent, and investigates and passes upon Louisville. class and among them five young men from get his father to thrash him in the morno( claims against the county all manner There has been freshet in James riv and thus regulates and controls the expens- er, which has been unusully high at Kentucky. Mr. Dimmitt has not yet de ing bafore he octa out; then he could enjoy cided where he will begin the practice of the whole long day without a pang. But es of the county government which are to Richmond. be defrayed by annually imposed taxes. wben he has to wait until evening for it The internal revenue collections in the his profession. Professor W. K. Argo, of the D. and D, the dread of that unknown ill that awaits Besides these matters, various projects for Louisville district for the year just closed Institute, and a party of friends left on Fri- him clouda all hia skies and pitches all turnpikes and other publio improvements were $0,016,473 84. day for a fonr weeks' trip to California, his songs In minor keys. fBurdette. are from time to time brought before this Hon. Abram Hewitt announces his decourt for its consideration and action in- termination to retire permanently from pol- where Mr. Argo goes to attend a convenGeorge Riley, of Schnectady, who has volving the appropriation ef large amounts itics at the expiration of his present term tion of the principal of the different deaf just had his hand crushed in a drill pre, mule institutes of the United States. Those of the people's money and the consequent in Congress. is not a fortunate youth. When very small A woman, who shot her husband till in the party were Mrs. Mary Dudley, Mrs. increase of tax burdens. Not unfrcquently he fell off a fence and broke hia no, Lathese enterprises necessitate the Incurring he was dead and then cut ofl his head to E. W. Lee, Miss Jennio Lee, Miss Zoe ter ho was nearly drowned; then his tco' of very heavy indebtedness on the part of make sure of the job ia to be hung at Uti- - Welsh, Miss Mamie McRsberts and Master were crushed by the cart; then he broke' Allle L?e. the county. It requires prudent, sensible, ca, N. Y , Aug. 19. hia nose again; then hia head waa crushAn afternoon tea given by Mrs. M. P. An explosion of 2,250 pounds of dynad men to rightly dispose of such ed between the lumpers of railroad cars, projects when they are presented. Weak, mite occurred in a factory at McCainaville, Tunis on Thursday to her daughters, Mra. and when the skating rink waa opened he inconsiderate and extravagant men will not X. J., obliterating the building and blow- George Fleece, of Memphis, and Mra, was the first to hurt himself, breaking his Worth Dickerson, of Williatnitown, was do. Several counties in this Stato have ing ten men to atoms. arm. by about 50 ladies, including the Two brothers fought over" the possesbeen financially ruined by the indiscretion, Recently Fred P. Paulson, a white farMrs. J. B. sion of an illegitimate child in Union coun- following from a distance: if not corruption, of their county courts mer near Dallas, Texas, was married to buried beneath a load of debt from which ty, Ga., and at the termination both were Welsh, Kansas City; Mrs. T. L. Thornton, Citherlne Robteon, a colored woman. Mis Mrs. John Crawford, Perryville; MIsa Mathere t no hope of resurrection. Such a dead and a third man mortally wounded. cegenation is a penitentiary offence in Tex-a- ?, Within the past week there have been ry Crawford, Perryville; Misi Allen, of condition of thinge is deplorable. It is not and the happy couple will be called to only ruinous to the material interests of the sent to the Ptirnell Election Fund $85,000, Fayette, visiting Miss Rosa Kenney. account. But to mako sure that justice Mrs. Mary R. Durham, wife of J. Wcs-lcitizens individually, but it is humiliating or a thousand dollars for each Irish memwas done, their neighbors tarred and feathDurham, is recovering from the effects of ber who voted for a second reading of the and disgraceful to them aa a community. ered them the wedding night. Bill. ah Important surgical operation performed Fortunately the affairs of our county Home-rulNoah Myers, of Woodland, Cal., lost a Beverly D. Williams, formerly sheriff some weeks ago. The venerable Mrs Mary have been controlled by men of prudence of Boyle county, now a resident of Little B. Duke, of Georgetown, is visiting the valuable ring while fiihlng a Bsrtlett and a cousequence the county is almost absolutely clear of debt and in a short time Rock, has been appointed a special agent family of her son, Col. Wm. Duke, this Springs last year. He recently hoard that with continued good management, the tax of the Department of Justice, and will be city. Dr. and Mrs. S. Ycrkca have gone to a iiherman in the mountains had found a Chautauqua to spend the heated term. ring Inside n trout. Correspondence folburden can be and will be materially di assigned to duty in the Northwest, Hansford Mitchell shot and killed Mrs. Maggie Lsathertnan ia visiting friends lowed, and the result wits that Mr. My era miabhed. This is a hnppj state ol things, which it should be the dtsire and earnest Bill Sandusky in a yard near the depot in Jefferson county, Mrs. R G. Merrill, got back hia ring quite unchitnged and the They are negroes, Miss Mai Merrill and littlo Maud are vis- fisherman got a $10 bill. endeavor of every good citizen to maintain, yesterday afternoon. maintenance of which depends en- and it is supposed the killing was occasion- iting friends in Sumner county, Tennessee. and the It la said that Indiana never kiss women, Mrs. Bettie Chamberlain has returned to which proyea that the nobio red man don't Somerset Reporter. tirely ubon the character of the men who ed by jealousy. Clay Tomklns, a wealthy young resi- her home In Knox county, Tenn., after a know a good thing when be sees it. The may be elected to hold our fiical courts, e brief visit to the family of her late brother, suggestions we would dent of Walker county, Ga., committed In making these difference between him and hia white brothby cutting his throat, on account of Jamea R. Carrigan. Mrs. I. G, Adler is er ia, that the latter not unly kisses hia not be understood as advising a parsimonious, niggardly policy for the adoption of desertion by a young lady to whom he was spending a few days at Llnnetta Spring?. wife, but every other woman he gels a our county authorities. To those who have betrothed. O.i learning of hia death the Misa Fannie Ford and Mrs. Frank Ford, chanca to kiss, including hia neighbor's who have, been visiting their sister, Mra. T. wife. observed our course it is not neceerary to girl became a maniac. The residence of Poter Graves, Nichol- A. Bradley, of thle county, have returned say that we will be at all times found ready Cryatalized violets at SO per pound are to second and aid in promoting any reason- as county, was struck by lightning and one to their home in Owenton. Mr. John M. the very latest thing In confectionary. Canable and proper movement looking to the corner was completely demolished, None Polk, of ElUabethtown, formerly of this dled rose leaves are also very popular. general good and prosperity of our fellow of the family wero in the house, but a dog place, is In town. Mr. John Burgin, who GIrlalike to eat fiwera add will pa as citizens, and that in doing so wo will not lying on the porch and CO cbickena under has had charge of the female school at high na $10 a pound forsomo of tho more apiit bairs about the cost of it, for three ycara past, was in town the porch were killed. expensive kinds. They ftfo all brought Every man In the service of the Gov- this morning. He will leave in a few days We would liko to see, and wtt think it whero ho from France. should bo tbo wish of evory good citizen to ernment who is known to have any connec for tho University of Virginia, "And now, ray dear breutluen, what Mr. Kir-bee our court of claims and levy at all times tlon with those rebellious bulldozers, the will attend the law department. Bourne, of Henry oounty, who together ehtll I say man?'' thundered the long-wicompofel of fourteen of Lincoln county's Brotherhood of Railway Postal Clerks, is to most intelligent,' upright and honorable be dismissed as soon aa the Department with Mr. Burgin was a graduate of Centro der minister. "Amen!" came in eepulchal in the cIt!zMHi-ewhn can neither be fooled can reach lila cii'o and select hU sucswior. Celine "f tlm rlas of 1883, will accompa- tones from thenbent-mindeddenco- n to Virginia for thoeame purpose. back of tho church. ny Mr. B. nor corrupted and ao thinking, we take Good. " ' E. D. M. Owxxs. Superintendent Coramonflchooli Bumjor F. B, Howard, CArssiKu. Kkkhsot. D. B, cur in the Senate's vote to pass the Des a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney W.Xu Brown, of Laurel: S. Golden, of Knox, and O. W. Lester, of Whitley, are the candidates. A fira which broke out in Lanham A Bur's furniture store ia Lebanon, destroying rt, the creamery, Bretney's leather store, a small dwelling occupied by Henry Humkey and used for storing buggies own ed by I. B. Goodwin, and the coal office of Fleece, Shreve & Carter, opposite the depot. Loss $20,000. The Massachusetts Legislature has passed and the governor has approved a bill appropriating $20,000 for the entertainment of President Cleveland should he visit that Bute this year. This is double the sum voted for the entertainment of Gen. Grant at the Bunker Hill Centennial. The Covington and Cincinnati Elevated Railway and Transfer Bridge Company has let the contract for the masonry of their bridge across the Ohio river at Cincinnati, to Mason, Hoge & Co., of Frankfort, and D. 8hannahan, of Louisville, to be completed February 1, 1887. The whole bridge, which is to be one of the best in the country, is to be finished within a year. ii Lewis, Critic. They will have another meeting the first of August. A petition signed by all the cttlzsns of town, has been sent to the General Superintendent of the L. & N. R. R. requesting him to have the night trains stopped at this point. Most of the travel is on the night trains, especially do business men of the place travel that way. They can go from hereto Louisville on the night train, attend to their business next day and return the following night, while now they are compelled to stay two nights and two days. Misses Belle and Lizzie Hutchison visited MtssJAnnle Evans near town Saturday. Miesea Ella Joptin, Carrie Bivln and Mrs. W. T. Brooks took in D. G. Slaughter's picnic Saturday. Mr. Mary Hyman, of Lexington, is visiting her slaAunt "Pop" ter, Mrs. Wm. Pointer, Proctor has gone to Crab Orchard to visit relatives. Mr. J. T.Adams and wife, of Garrard county, are visiting at M. J, Miller's. MIm Mollis Talbot was the guest of Mrs. Willis Adams Saturday and Sunday. Johnnie Myers and his sisters, Misses Sal-liL, M. and Rosa have moved bacr from Louisville, where they have been living for sometime. W. M. Weber, of Knoxville, Tenn., is here to see his family. M. C. Miller, of Austin. Tex., is at his father's, M. J. Miller's. M. C WiUIami and his sister, Miss Cleo, have gone to Barbourville nuptials. to attend tho Albright-Costel- o e, MAIN & SOMERSET STS., FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS IN ARVNDANCE. 1 MOWN G Of Ike Ml Bi M iikes. SCYTHES FLAVORING EXTRACTS! CHEAPENT AND BEST 4 J long-Injure- d SEVERAL GRADES OP SUGAR For tho Horry Season. The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices Jos F. Watbu. TERMS CASH.- - Thomas D. lUasr. WATERS & RANE Y Main GROCERS, Sti-eet- 3 JStaiiioi-d- . o CO sea-turtl- e clear-heade- just-mind- ed, Sfnplo mid Fnncy Groceries, ProyislonH, Quccimrarc. Glniw? ware, Etc.. Etc. Wo gunrantco entire satisfaction In every respect, will not bo undersold, nail deliver nil goods promptlj nnjvthcro In or within a few miles or Stanford or ltowlnad. Como Iosco ub. Will McD. Wators, salesman. WATERS & EANEY. lfMi Alio m'&maM PHARMACISTS, compounded. sfT IV M?V) M "Ml (ft en i level-heade- D1ALKU IK Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Phyilci am' prttcrlptloni Accurately JEWELERS. Tho Largest Btook pf Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and Silverware y Uitt e ths rlriri on ihort nolle Lowest. bought to tbli market Price Low?r Wstchpf, Clocks ami Jawtlrr hdJ WrratoJ, Ho- - thn Wall Paper, Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. n FulFand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. eul-cid- on B. Hi. WEsARKBI, Stanford. Kua-tonvll- y m&& mi BflrVV UtiWEAfe Krn rtriclftft cnim HaisjttJ witb tho tWvt TniDH HARK, . . m rr.rr rrrr-- . linNM...!.. T LICKER i"l n ,f Don'twutoyourmoneyonauamormbbcrceat. TtnS!innAJWfiI.irrci!Ii moor, and will kttp you dry til tho hrdet ttorml MUilulelyi.n,rn(l Aikfnrt .. . I II lilllNk'i niriiiimliV.i ,i"cr. it on-" - . .InrnVfi prn1oel . -.. .. .. .. . ...- ...ir..iMi..liJ iL'I'-- .J T)'v"r"''piMito A J nm r.K.iiMrnm in.f . Ilftu"';l.y. i(i ..-." :." 1 W SJemi-SKeckattnirJaur- Self scalikq awi fruit an. Waters AlUnej. on tr StexTari, Bohn, to the wife or Ilugh Ufltrgent the 3J, a girl. Mr. Geo. P. Briout riueta uttotay that he will have to decline the call made on him to make the race for magistrate. BAHRABD COUNTY 0EPAMMENT. Ky Jty TIHiMfiQ. I M HN J! J. WAIVTON, X. BuBlnaiB MaHoger. The corn crop la thU count promtatsg eosditloa. ii io an Fair It It Killing time now, and I ak all in dibted to me to coma and eettle. I need the money and must have It. H. C. Sup-le- y, 3 4 H. LOtAL DomV fall to aitwd the Klrktville on the 23d aad 24th of thli month. ' DEATHS. Oils for Mowert, Reapers and other Hearoiaunton, Va., July lit, after a harveallng machinery at McRobertt & brief illness, Mr. Emma MofTett Weedln, Bapratttraln" IIJiiKi, Sttgg't. 11 -9 IO HOril... widow of the late 0. 0. Wetdin, of B)yle Trimmed and Itendy for I7e, al ! caleuUtfl oa lUadard ttiat. Holtt, Tat of Iteso county, and titter of Rev. A. 8. Moflett. Tue county court was barren rat It abtnt 30 aatnuUt Jamea Pendleton, who had been ill a yetterdsy, about the only thing done being long time of consumption, died Sunday afLOCAL NOTICE. to grant the Crab Orchard Sprlnga Co. liternoon at Mr. 0 J. Newland't and waa LAN.iRKTH'fl cunlen aehd in bulk and quor license. burled yesterday after a short eermon by package at Tenat & McAlWwV OCR Englith friend, Mr. Jno. W. Kay, repalfftd on flhor Rev. F. 8. Pollitt. He tent for the minWiwnw unci In-a- lrTU03. METCALF. very proud over the arrival of a little JOHN B. FOeTKB. aotie-- s and warrAnUd by Pehuj A McAlla, it isters Saturday and expressing a deeire to dtughttr In hit family, which Intereating be baptizsd, had that sacrament performtd Bcr the IIae Hog Kowedv, the oiijl-a- event occurred June 28th. ! t- Mj) JeW 11 ttv and was received into the Methodist church. mi ml m and only gen, nine, from lUnuv AMcAl He was in hi 20th year. The eloping couple mentioned in our ttock Aookthtk watchw o( jewelry, latest McKlnney letter, Mr Letlln Carter and RELIGIOUS. Penit rtyle. Bockford Mlia Marr Root, the latter a daughter of ny A McAHtler. Livingston has closed hi meeting Eld. Mr. A. D. Root, are aged respectively 18 PERSONAL. and 17, the groom having reached hit 18th at Gum Sulphur with 20 additions. Rev. G. W. Perrymaa ha just closed Wednesday. Mr E B. Haydkk retuice J to 8prlng birthday laat a meeting at Augusta, which resulted in 33 field. Mo.. Friday. The Gold d. Silver Band will leave for additions to the church Mm.JohhT. GANO.ofDtllat, Texas, Rock Cattle 8pring next Saturday to reE'.d Joeepb Btllou will lecture on AKDIi here vtiltlng relative. main 10 daya. They will accompany a Temperance at Cherry Grove Church, RowMrs W. 0. W,cn haa (tone on a large party from Louisville aad it would land, Thursday night next. Pi-ice- s lilt to (rlendi in Louisville. be, a nioet delightful time for those who Eld. J. Bell Glbton will deliver a temHarrl and Geo. with to go from here to make the trip. The famlliea of J. A. perance discourse at M(. Xenla next SunP. Bright are at Hale' Well. Thote wishing to do to can get all the De- day evening at 3 o'clock r. H. All are inMtM Mab Wabk, of HorAtnavIlle. la cenary information from the Leader of the vited. flatting Mr. U. J. McRobtxta. Band, Mr. J. T. Carton, Rev. A, 8. MotTett ha been preaching child. DllXlOK. oi Lancaater, la Mrs Lizzie Tlilting the family of M. G. Nevlut. the handsome for ten day at Taytorsville, in Spencer Mr John W. Yerkes, June it the time to prepare for the tur Mr. ahd Mm J. A. GauHDY.of Ntth-vlll- and talented republican candidate for Su- county. The congregation and inttrett nip crop, although the seed may be put in perior Judge, spoke here yesterday to a have tteadlly Increased. Taere have been either that month or July. Probably the are with Mr. II J. McRobert. 8 professions and others are interested. He beet MiBa Minva Piijelts, of Richmond, It good audience. Hit speech waa mainly turnips grown are of the July plantAU of oar 6ugar was bonght of the action of the Lebanon will not return to Stanford before to day. ing. They aro said to grow much smoothwith bar conaln, MlaaXula McKlnnty. tbe advance and can be sold at tbe tame old price. Our When Brother Barnes cross the Mis- er, and are better for cooking purposes, Mr. Janis 8kvkrack, of LooitTlllf. Convention, which seems a little curious pent Sunday and Monday with bta par- since It gives him the opportunity to run sissippi and engages in evangelist work, if grown upon sward land turned over one and pose for the grand old party that never Sam Jones and Sam Small may prepare to or two week before they are town, ent. head. Neither Cluveriue, the uurdernr of hit cousin, Mr. 8. C. TROKHtART will attend committed a fraud, In a horn. He paid the hide their distinguished to the game old Loultvllle tbil men who left the convention the highest of them can hold a candle if,. Txphara Convention at Mist Madison, in jilt at Richmond, Va,, Louisville Time. Right distinguished "oa fir,t h"J' "d eulogiumt, but we hardly tuapect that they mountaineer. week. himtif by informing the ' Meraiu. D. B. Edmhtom and W. B. can be caught by inch taffy. He referred for once are you, ture, jailer of a plot of the prisoner to escape. Walton hare been ruatlcatlng a few daya at to the fact that thlt paper had not placed LAUD. STOCK AMD CHOP .VCVf ADTEBTIBC-ESTDripping Bprlnga. the name of Mr. Barbour with lit list of h. -- J. N. Menefeeeold to Kinley Tribble J. P Kunnr, Prealdent of the Ktrkt-Tlll- e democratic candidate, but we assure him Fair, was here ywtterday talking it up that it waa an oversight which had been a saddle bono for $140. . B. CALDWELL,, In Woodford two firm bought 27, with the ttock men. remedied bsfore he spoke. We have only la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Count, Au Mrs. Kate Hays and Mis Alma published the Hit of candidate once since 000 bushel of wheat at G5 to 70. suit Election, 18S6. Plenty of good pasture for cattle. Ap Haya went to KKk Caitle Spring jester-da- y the election and forzot to put Mr. Bar to atay several weeka. bour a name in that time until it waa too ply to Maj King, Box 136, Stanford, Ky. ! Tho Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Joixjc R. J. BRtCKiKRiDoe and Mea-ir- late. Oar articles speak louder loan a Dealeia In all klndaof I will offer at public sale to to tbe highest Eugene Lte and C. R. Anderson, of mere printing of a name, however, and no Co , at Louiavilhyfes failed for $30,000. otzt, July JO, a good Home, . t i Barn and Stable with t4 Acrea of Land, at .iu. j.w Montgomery aoia to .to Danville, were here yeeterday. one who has read them can doubt our poHighland, well fenc4. Sal at 1 o'clock. For parheifers ticulars applj to Mr. E. C. Horr-i- t, Secretary of the sition in premUe. We are obliged to Mr. A Ride 33 head of 2 and T. FA ItatEIt. Club, came oyer to ee hit Yerket, whom we regard at a high-tone- d, at 2). Latonla Rice "L'acle Pate" Embry sold to B. K honorable and capable gentleman, for call little daughter, Nellie, Sunday. Store-Hou- se & Lot. of North Carolina, hit Mr. and Mrb. R 8. Stader and MIm ing our attention in the matter. Mr. Milgone on a visit to Lou ler followed Mr. erkeeand from what we , Jack colt for 100. Aa Mattle Brewer have lll "- - s, tit aimeaTU us -dte'd, I oflVir fjr sale prlratelj the d A of corn from Nebraska was T. iiville, CoaUburg and other placet. can laarn from those who beard him, was n, recently sold in Chicago and did not bring Store-Hom-o En. R A. Horrm and wife, of and Lot oa Lancaster is usual more valiant than discreet. n, of Ionitvillr, st., Stanford, Ky., enough by $3 to pay the freight. and Mr. W. II. DRirriNO SrRiNOS A few days spent Col, O H. Chenault bought Wednes have been en a visit to Mr. Ed Carter. Now occupied br MlisBuwadeBeftley. J E Bruce mahed hi finger al this coty resort demonstrated that Col. dav a bunch of 23 nice lone yearling at 137-- lf Mr J. Jt. 1'AXTOX, Adm'r. ond Register. tome time ago, but kept on at htt uaual cc Slaughter has made no promise in hi ex- $23,75 per MILLEHSBUEG cupatlon, paying but little attention to it. tensive and apparently extravagant adver Squiro Lynn tell us that a good deal Hit face and arm are now twollen greatly tisement that be does not fulfill to the of wheat is being threshed in the Maywood , a t: J -- r . and be It evidently tuflering from blood letter. He ha added very many improve neighborhood and that it is averaging 20 season, no buihels to the acrr, ment since we were there last pslaonlng. Thli popular ichool, after a year of unparalled auc Prior. H. K. Taylor, candidate for small item of which i a beautiful little The Adair County Agricultural Asso ccs.i under Superintendent of Public Induction, It a cottage, built high up the mountain on a cialion will hold It Fair Aug. 17 to 20. C. very accomplished and agreeable gentle foundation hewn out of solid alate. This The secretary, Mr. Mont Cravens, ha our AND MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART, man and made a moat favorable Impression elegant little establishment is called the thank for an lovitation with "compliment LiDV PalMCtr-- L, on our people, who wonld feci Inclined to the "Governor's Lodae." It embraces two ary enclosed " Again ouVraitieir tor public patronage. With In favor him, even were It not for hit relation bed rooms and a parlor and it fitted up A very small crowd attended Court creued lacilltUs, an enlarged Faculty and an de.SUItKF.YS,of and furnished in the handsomest style. We yesterday and bnsintsa of all kinds wa un- rated count of uudy, it atlorda unuaual opnortu thtp in thlt section. He it a ton w nittea for tht education of your daughters. Sandlfer, lati of Lancaster, and a bad the honor of occuprirc it during our usually dull. The stock market was abso Judge Bnd lar Catalogue to REV. C. POPE, MllUnburg. Ky. of Caihlers II. G. and J. P. atay and can say to the Governor that brother-in-lalutely not worth reporting, the offering and few days spent in it will make him forget sales being to email. Sandlfer, of Dwvllle. and Lancaster, all the ill that flesh is heir to, Including Sale Residence. The first car load of new wheat was re the thorn Controller Durham tried to ceived In Cincinnati by Joseph Good, and Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Coiil, JLuiuber, Etc. LOCAL MATTEIS. But let that pass sold Friday on the Call Board to the high' drive into hi eide. ON SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880. Quite a company of pleuant people are who Fruit jars of all kinds at very low enjoying the delightt of the place Be- est biddr was 77caa McKeebnn A Lucas On the premlte. In Stanford, Ky.. e will offer per busel. Tho price for aaio at public auction our residence on Dan- prices at Metcilf A Foster'. sides the Richmond party of six mentioned moat dealrable rea-iue street, J. M. Bjard bought of John 8. Robin- - meucea in inn none or thecontain, ino piare. ino lot two acrca Pix buildlnc lots for sale between 6tan in on I ait issue, there are Mrs. Texie son and others 2 of hogs that av and haa on It a ceat, comfortable frame dwelling with Ore rooms beside, kitchen, alio amokt-houaDaret. Woodson, of Louisville, and her three eraged 220 pounds at 4s per pound. He ford and Rowland. II. J. new atabie and carriage houie, wood and coat including the beautiful and said it was the smoothest lot and nearer an uouro, cnicien uouac, corn crlD, and all necessary A Foster will children, outbuilding and an excellent clatern Don't forget that Metcalf queenly Mies Maud; Mesdamea William avcrago size and weight than any he had lently located. Therelsalaoa largo moat conron-ot quantity tell you goodt cloer thtu anybody, nno iruu aucn as coerrle. apples, pluta,, grapts, Warren, John McChord and A. C. Graves, ever shipped. He also shipped 500 Iambs pears, quinces and strawberries. We are deter mined to sell regardleas of cost. tho Quest Tht Stanford Fair Directort have de- of Lebanon, J. L. Alvereon, Richmond, and from Milleraburg, for which he paid $5 35 opportunity offered In yeara to This lawho desire others whoee names we failed to get. Sat- per hundred. He fold them for $6.50 good property In a thriving thote with good cided not to hold an exhibition thlt year. town urday the great 4th of July picnic was giy airtight, and thinks the people of Bourbon ..uwn uuu ruuiuau IBCllllief. TEUMd.-Oue-th- lrd cash, Those distinguished temperance lectur- en and such a crowd as gathered is rarely have better stock than we have. He also twelre month, with Interest remainder In ale and from date of tale. Tommy Ball and old man Euly, adPossessions tieptember lit, 18Sfl. ers, teen on such occasions. By S o'clock the ehipped 500 lamba Thursday, for which he HAltiiiR srrr,T,Eit, vertised to address the public at Goshen people from the eurrounding country be paid 4 JOIMXJt. V111I.IVS, and 5c per pound. He and hit NBA-XE btanford, Kentucky, church, but the good people there barred gan to pour in and by 10, when a half doz "" vTy1--ICHI-tlPnlCTH" v .iJinR partner have bought 0,000 lamba thia sea their sirred edifice against the door of bombs told in thunder tonet aon, en dvnamito W. n. MILLEIt. Harrodaburc Democrat. GEO. 8. CARPENTEK. Efhv-n?V4Vt- k , II vW H tV tfiem. that the day's fun had begun, the whole McklNNEt, LINCOLN COUNTY. The prohibitionists of Pulaski havo eection seemed swarming with men, wonominated a full county ticket, with W. C. men and children. It was an interesting ELorEMEOT. Mr. C. Leslie Carter Owens, of the Manner, for circuit clerk. sight to watch the vast crowd enjoy itself and Miss Mary, the pretty and accomplish Capt. 8. M. Ibone for county attorney and in the many ways provided for their de- ed danghter of Mr. A. D. Root, married at Mis Hallo Moddrell for school superinlectation and the inimitable ''Falcon" Falls City Hotel, Jeffersonvllle, Ind on STAU'OBD, LIIVCOUI CO..KY. tendent. could have found hundreds of occasions for Friday, the 2nd InM., Eq. Ware officia discrlblng the ting. Tnis was a caicof eiopemen', but Office, South Side Main Street, over First Nation The Truetees of the Stanford common the display of his talents in al Dank. love "cooes whlrh were being enacted In whatciuied them to iiave to run away tbe school district being unable to agree on a Farms, Including somo of the finest shady nook on the mountain writer it uninformed. It can only be ac Stock rarnik In Central Kentucdy, Town Lota teacher, the question was left to a vote of every little and Itcsldoncoa, Timber and Mineral Lands for and resulted in Mr. W. F. side. The large, new, airy ball room wa counted for at this time in supposing ono sale on commlriton. those Interested the principal point of attraction and Col. side at least to have a hereditary tendency For further particulars send for printed doscrlp McClary receiving 11 votos, Miss Betsey Slaughter tells us that he eolJ about G50 that way, as it is aiU tnat "Dwigbl" ran tlon of thla aectlon and of propertiei for sale. Pennington 39 and Mr. Surber 4. tickets to it. The Sarlo Bros.' Orchestra, ofl with his "gal" a number of years ago. -- A NEW- Some vandals broke Into Mt. Olive which ia engaged for the seaaon, furnished Flowers at the Wuite noaaE. I church in the Eist End Saturday night splendid music and the merry dance wan and judging from their efforts to get into kept up till 10 at night. In the old ball took a walk one day through the conserva- Buggy & Implement House. the compartment that the sacramental wine room a couple of fiddlcts played for those tories of the While Ilouje and looked at was kept, tbey wore after that. They did who knew the cquare dances only and a the 5100.000 worth of plants and flowers I will la a few days open a not succeed, however, though they tore look at tho participants aa they "hoed which are kept there for the furnishing of Pull Lino of Agricultural Implo-monts- , the pulpit down in the attempt. It ia bard down" in splendid timo to tho lively mu- the President's house and for the decorato believe that man could be guilty of such sic, waa worth going miles to seo. A tion of the rooma during his state recepWith tho reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting a crime In this enlightened time and coun- - splendid dinner waa served, ol which tions aiacamri m mo ueau. aiso a The eight great conservatories of tho over 600 partook and that with the "r. are now full of beautiful ot Buggies and Wagons White The Mou Another of theso enjoyable many other itema of profit brought tho plants. House estimate of the plants on Fall Line The proprietor over $100 during the day. Always on hard, la connection with my Imsocial afliira waa held Friday night at the plement business, I will alio carry a aa worth $100,000 ia ono given me by home of Miss Sue Rjut. The large lawn At 10 o'clock r. M. a "grand fizzee" hand of fire works ended tho programme, which tho White House gardener, and he tolls me Coiunlcto Stock of Lumber, was beautifully lllti.nini.ted with lantern bring $50,000 at auction. One and until 12 o'clock whs the eccno of gaiety from first to last seemed to bo enjoyed by they would Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as everybody. The best of order wan observ-e- d plant, known as the "authurium ventrico-eem,- " and hnpplnes A lar-t- e crowd waa pre aa worth $1,000, It ho estimates Low us any one. and everything ran like clock work. oat and thoy wcro handsomely enter-- t and picnic every Sat- looks like a gicantic Indian turnip; its I lollclt aiharoof your patronage, Respectfully, lined by the hostee, nrs'sted by Mfsses There will be a ball n Ieavea are two feet long, u white flowers m-- t vr Mary Browne, Sibm Pennlnglcn, Pet urday during the season and i. at. nnvcE, two inches wide, and tho shape of a calia Mrs. II. J. McRobert. Besides special ball, to which there is a general Kaut and free of charge. To thote who wish lily, and its fragrance is that of a magnolia. --.ED F. HUITffMAN, the young ladies of this place, were presonly ono of the kind in this coun-tria ent Miwej Stio Smith, Louisville; Dollie to enjoy nearly all the delights ot a more It the Then there aro hundreds of choice r.d Helen Raid, Huston ville; fashionable watering place, at almost a Williams BTANFORD. KY. IlopWrmvillo. Tho Club meets normal cost, Dripping Springs ia tho place orchid?, thoueanda of rosea and noirly ev Offlce Bonth alio Main Street, twa Jcora altcve Mao Ware, tbe Uywi HoUli flowera. "" oomuiy home of, fid do bo nnd wo hupe to e the Cul.'a o- a- ery vAiiety of rare and common Om ,lcjliHtrl wSm . VurtNltroui 0-- 14 LETiVmOOMTtHDtCiiEAPxEliGUIlSlflHMESi lulrad. fWaahington Litter. for over 100 guests fully tested. Miss Lucy Burton. 4?p'acit7 Mall teatn going NorU....-.......- .. Booth ,....,ai BoBth...,.....,...... .....,. IB p. Mi r.M, M vt tttr, al Lancattor Prof, H. K Taylor addreed the citizens at the Court-hoa- sj Friday evening on the subject of education. The candidates for Judge and Attorney addressed a good sired crowd at the Ciurt house Saturday evening. The Owsley Rifle left at 6 o'clock A. M. Monday on a special train for Lexington, wnere iney were to lake part in the exer c!re that day. They expected to be pin ed at Richmond by tout company. Mr. 0. H. Irvine nod wife, of Lout ville, are liera to apeod neveral weeks, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J L. Irvine. Mist Lida Hunt returned to her home in Mason county Saturday morning. Lancaster wae represented at Dripping Spring picnic Saturday by a large delegation of cltlunt. After a brief illneas of brain fevnr, Miss Kite, only surviving daughter of Mr. James B. Mason, died Friday evening at five o'clock, in the 23rd year of her life. Funeral sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning by Eld. G. W. Yancey; interment in Lancaster temttery. Never wa there a death in Lancaster which caused such a universal feeling of sadnet as that of this lovely younir lady, whose many chrittlau acts and whoe amiable nets of character made her legion of friend A chief characteristic of her good nest wa her devotion to her mother, who is almost crazy with grief at the lots of her WALL PAPER ! X WALL 3 PAPER! WALL PAPER1 M'ROBERTS & STAGrGr'S. -. mm mm mwmm iv -- nii?. wa. , ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. Hiow a Specialty. e, Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, ra Hardware. Embracing Everything. jss; ass, wtfvw?j"w$5&p!&T oWoXndTmg'o,bOBgllt METCALF sSv & FOSTER ,- a. Public Sale wear em & mm. -- Sale of Da-ifi- Farming Implements .and ery, a chin It 1 . car-loa- Leb-aoo- head.-Richm- Female College! 2B-- W REV. POPE, President, WMq) Bsgf tes'j -- aslag;egs in-la- 139-2-- n Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, Puttie oi car-loa- ds e, 133-t- d -- s 1P7 vr sst -- m, Miller & Carpenter, REAL ESTATE AGENTS BIue-Ora- 130-2- m y C" !..? SmWxSk Interior Jonrml THE DRY GOODS TRADE. VENTURING INTO THE DOMAIN OF FEMININE SHOPPING. BY THE RIVER. HOT FROM TIIE OVEN. TIIE SEMI-WEEKL- Y- Trade llorrow-- il from the French How Goods Are Sold to the Women on Credit Other Trleks of the Trade. Venturing into the domain of feminine chopping, I have beau astonished to learn of. the extent to which the credit system Is oxpanded in this city. The eae with which dry good can bo purchased on trust is mar velous. There are several concern where materials ore sold on tbe instalment plan; but aside from that curious phase of retail trade the regular stores sell on credit in a ot only are manner that towns reckless tbe wives and daughters of comparatively tnonoyless men thus accommodated, but salos on that basis are urged upon them. "Oh, yes," said a dealer in reply to an Inquiry, "we have borrowed that from tho French, and it works surprising!? well. All we want to know about a woman Is who she hand vbera she lives, and then we aro willing to heap up a counter load of goods for bor and not take a cent. Women are not cautious or forehanded as men are. They lack what you might call that sense of responsibility which makes a man dread committing himself to debt. Women who will walk half a mite to savo a cent on a cash purchase will buy recklessly if payment down is not asked for. They say to each other in the presence of our clerks, "Well, dear, I'm going to buy that I don't have to pay down for it, and heaven only knows how I ever will pay for it, but it uOb, yos, tbe will como out all right" other replies. "I would too; of course It's got to come out all right" A riia.o or Ket-- lt here compared to tho French in dealing w ith women. A half dozen dressmakers like Worth, a score of fashionable milliners and jiwelers, florists, and, In short, all kinds o. persons who cater to women In I'arls, do lu .mew In tnis way. They very much prefer a woman who deals 'on tick' to a woman who pays money down, and they have made vast fortunes by that plan. Why, all our stores here are putty things beside the lion Marcho and tho other big ladles' stores in Paris, and our ways of buy ing goods as welt as of selling them aro mainly learned from them." "Yes," I said, "but to get back to the women. Suppose I hadn't flOO in tho world and my wife bought a i'XO dress, I couldn't pay for it, that's all; and what would you do then?'' "I'll warrant you would pay for It," said tho "or your father would, or her father would. But It Is hardly a case. Women do not go In quite us steep as that They do not wholly lose their heads undor tbis temptation, merely buy a little more or pay a little more than they would do with cash. They know their husband s pursos and bank accounts and temporaments, and Instead of not straining them at all, they just strain them a little. that's all It's only once In awhile that we come across an utter fool of a woman who buys without any judgement, and then we bavo a douce of a thing getting our money. Wo get it and we do not keop an account with her any more." sbop-keap?- In this way J" I Inquired. "Ob, no; practically none at all, except through adventurossoj who would fool us just as much undor any system. No, tbe women are right When they buy an article that they can't see just how they can afford to buy It comes out all right' There's a man somewhere who has got to come down. A loving husband, a father, a brother, a rich uncle or somebody or otbor who may storm and swear a little, but who will not let the lady stand a law suit or even lot her cry her eyes very red or beg very hard or coax very sweetly before he relenti and squares the bilL All that was found out in Paris long ago. We are ts "But IT COMES OUT ALL ntOIIT. don't you loso a great deal ol money OT1IEH THICKS The devices for customers are various and Ingsnious. In ono store a bullet has been opened for free lunching. A neat maid serve out tiny cake and cotToa. Sh is an expert, however, auu puts tho dainties whero they will do tho most good to her employers. She discriminates between little and big buyers intuitively, she soon spots thoso who bring their empty stomachs too often to be filled, and especially Is the kind to the chll For these drcn of liberal purchasers. youngsters she has a special supply of pastry, and with them she opens the bearti aud purses of the fond mothers. Probably tbis luuchcou counter does not cost more than v a day, and influences more than enough business to pay for itsolf. A young assistant rector lately got Into trouble, not serious but curious, because hi served as a personal advortisor for a costuming concern. You must know that tho masculine pets In circles ro tho-- hand'omo follows who uro the lieu tenants of aged pastors of rich congrega-gatlonTbe social duties of a pastorate become too heavy and irksome for old men to perform and are largely transferred to tbo actte coadjutors who like them better, and aro themselves better liked by the ladies of the church. Those affable and talentod juniors are prlvllegod guests in atl'.uent households, they lunch familiarly with tbe wives and daughters and are consulted in all matters of temporal taste as well as spiritual concern. Questions of costume are commonly, referred to them, and I could mention several who are absolute authorities among the sisters in such mattora One ba3 a line collection of prints, (mowing the fash-Ion- s of all ages in women's garments, and ho is considered an unrivaled expert In judging of the effects of colors and shapes In their rolatlons to individuals. Consequently be is consulted in those nice problems of raiment that rack tbe brains of bsllos. Frivolous! Possibly. Polite ( Never a doubt of it, for he is the most popular assistant pastor that I know of. New York Cor. New Orleans sand-witchereliglo-fasbionabl- e 1 s. Times-Democr- attracting aad pleasing Or TBE TRADE. Each of them loving, each of them Ibvod, SIR THOMAS BROWNE SAYS A MAN Gliding down with the river, MUST KNOW HIMSELF. Nature smiled, aad the sun abevo Brighter shono to behold such love By tile fairy bantu of tbe river. Is Warm rtread Wholesomor It Depends Years bad passed, and a woman wept, Upon the Man No Two Men Are Alike Wept as she sat by tho river, A Sinning Against Our IfiUwee Wept for the lovo that had dsad away, Splendid Cook. Wopt for the love that was tost for aye, By the dull, cold bonks of too river. "Is warm broad wholosomor repeated a prominent physician of this cfty, as the reEver tho careless streamlet flows, porter put the quostlon at htm. "Well, it Evor on to the river, all depends upon the man. That's the boat Only tbe breoze a requiem slhgad For the heart that broke, for tho love I can say for you. Doesn't warm bread and hot blscutU ogreo with you! You eat that died, them, don't youl" By the fairy banks of tbe river. "Yes, but I have nevor been particularly C. D. 8. in Cossell's Family Magazine. reminded of my anclont anootors in tbe woo sma' hours on that account" FORMATION Or A PEARL. fcWell, young man, I havo warm hi cad or biscuits every morning at breakfast" A Dealer's Talk Concerning the Varie"I am a little, tbtn fellow, doctor, and ties of tbe Well Known dam. eat warm bread, and you ate large and is still a fleshy and you oat warm bread, and neither ''The process of pearl formation matter of dispute. Tho ancient poetically of us aro complaining." ascribed It to a drop of dew falling at morn"Which moans that you and I can eat ing or evening into tbo open shell. Now, warm bread if wo chooso. Eory man the most eminent naturalists attribute it to mast decide that for himself. Sir Thomas the accidental introduction of some irritat- Browne in his writings says that a man Is a ing particle of matter into the shell which fool who lives to the age of 40 and Is not bis tho animal covers with a pearly secretion, own physician. That Is tbe substance of It, in order to free itself from pain. Somo I don't just romembor the exact words. But pearls, bowover, undor the mienvcopo, hove I think a man nt 23 or IK) who don't know beon f ouud hollow in tho Interior, and othors what agrees with him, and acts upon It, which are completely solid to the center comes under tho ban of Sir Thomas Browne's display iu all their parti a regular aud con- caustic remark a tinuous circular toxturo without tho slightSO TWO MK.V AnE ALIKE. n est trace of anj forolgn matter. It Is No, my dear boy, It Is not tbe question that though tho 'irritant hypothesis' is of whether it is universally unhealthy, this in most cases tbe productive cause, thero aro eating of warm bread; It is whether it others of a minor naturoat work. Tbe Chin- suits in your particular case It you find ese and Japaneso are said to aid noturo In out that warm bread and bisoutts uro paltbe production of poarls by carefully plera atable, and you fool no dlsagroeablo effects Ing the shell and introducing a partlclo of aftor dating, why you can oat warm bread sand Into the interior. as well as nn thing else. "There are two species of iarl oysters. "Now, ray old friend Sir Thomas, says: Ouo is found iu the sea, thu otbor in rivers 'There Is a dnie when every wise man Is and running stt earns. Tbo second class, weary of raising difficulties only to task which is much the smaller, has some slight hlrasolf with tb solutloa Now, tho opln-to- n resemblance to our domestic varieties The of doctors is of no especial benefit in soa variety, on tbe contrary, is almost In- this matter. If there is anything nlling variably large, about seven or eight Inches you, and yeu como to mo for a prescription tu diameter, with very thick shells, rather or treatment, I question you as to your oxterior, while habits and the cnn.os that lod to your flat and of a greenish-blacreflecting the interior is of a stiver-whitan then Icanghe you such modi-cinthe prismatic colors, being, in fact, tbo orns are needed in your case. But anmother-of-peaof commerce other party might como In with apparently dinary Hence the shells which contain 110 pearls tho samo symptoms, but ray treatment of uro themselves of value. Some ldoa of the that party would not be tbe tamo as in quantity of the material produced may bo your case, simply because so two men are gathered from the fact that from tbo east- allko. ern fisheries alone 'Jo,0O0 tons are each yoar "Now I eat ray warm biscuits with n cup imported to Kuropo. Calculating tho aor-og- o of co (Too in tbe morning, and I road tbe weight of a pearl shell, we bavo tbe newspaper while breakfasting. I know an number of from ',",000,000 to old man who commences tho day with a oysters which have been flshod from cocktail early iu tbo irornlng. About b tbe son. o'clock bo has a portorhouso stake, four "White pearls are the most staple in Eu poached eggs, vegetables (Mvorat kinds), a Jo-- I lope and America. Iu India, China mid cup or two of black coTeo, hot rolls, aud a an the bright yellow color is preferred. glass or two of sherry. About 11 ho takes Wbou a single round or pearl a good stiff drink of brandy. At 1 he oats Is examined it is easy, by means of coma tromondous dinner, a w bolo duck, several parison, for even an inexperienced buyer to kinds of meats, all tbo delicate preparations judge its color Not so, howorer, when, as of dainty disheu, three or four different is frequontly tbo caso, they are strung in a kinds of wine, and at night tbe same process row, as in a necklace. In this case tho is repented. Ho drinks wine for bis supper, r arranges the pearls in such a too, and tops off with a nightcap before regraduation of colors that the tint, imper- tiring. Now it would l) ridiculous to ask ceptibly blending, appear to bo of one hue, if warm bread was injurious to that man. when, perhaps, if isolated they would show Ho Is as old a man as I am, but bis ccurso several tints. Tho American or 'Ponana' would kill me in a week, yet bo is in tho arlety, though appearing at first sight best of health. very white, bae almost invariably a sort MX.VIVU AOAIXST OVlt XATI HE. of blackness under tbe skin which renders "Wo all, as a rule, eat too much. We do their color far inferior to the pure-whitthings persistently and criminally that hue of tho oriental. Black and load-co- l our natures and consciences cry out against 01 od poarls bring a large price when fine of Home of us mustn't eat warm breud, alshape and e en color. Some of tbe most though I believe a majority of ooplo can valuable known at pr&tont are of this va- eat it with safety. Home of us know we riety. Vi hat are termed must not Miioke, or chew, or drink. And (found principally in North America and yet you see people who floor tberasolves with tbo Wot India islands) 'bring a medium beer and liquors of various kinds. They price when not too irregular in fcrnu Chi- know it is injuring them. But thoy keop cago News Interview. right on, either for social reasons or bocauso of an inordinate craving. People who do lvir uml It Varying Uunllty. like that needn't ask if warm bread is Mammoth tusks of ivory occasionally wholesome." come to this country from StUria, but as Said another physician who was askod these have been lying exposed for centuries, concerning tbe eating of warm bread, rolls probably for many thousand of years or biscuits and and often buried In ice, the "nature' has "Well, there is, cr seems to be a popular gone out of them and they aro not fit for fallacy that warm bread is Injurious, yet tbe cutler's use. The toeth of the walrus it is a fact that there is a popular demand and hippopotamus are used in coosiderable and uso for warm broads. It doed seem as quantity, and being of suitable site are used though people do like to humbug themselves whole tnT m.iklng expensive carved handles. into au idea. Barnura found that out, you ivory of the be-- t quality comas from tbe know, and it was a fortune for him. I rewest coast of Africa, under the names of member a young friend of mine who was ivory. married four or flvo years ago. Ho Is a Cameroon, Angola, and Gaboon This is brought down from the interior.and physician, too. Well he would every now retains a large proportion of tbe "fit" or and then go into a fearful tirade against gelatine, from tbe fact, probably, that it is warm bread, hot rolls and biscuits. Tbey more rocently from tbe animal In this were dialallcal, dyspopola breeding, and state It is called "greon" Ivory. It is more altogether to bo let severely alone. Now all translucent and not so white ae the Egyp- this was before be was married, and even tian and other kinds, called "white ivory, for a whild after he married a lovely glrL that have been lying a longer time and in a She was a tplendld cook, and every mornmore sandy region, and exposed to the boat ing or evening would set the most tempting of tbo sun until tbo animal matter has dis- plates of hot biscuit or fleshly baked bread appeared. The excellence of the "green" I efore blm. Poor fellow, he kicked for ivory consists in its greater toughness and awhile, but be couldn't stand It, and now in ili growing w bitor by ago. Chambers' he will eat just tbe hottest biscuits and I read Journal that sweet little wife of bis will sot Ufore blm. I was amussd to have blm A Untrajral of Confldanr. band me tbe fresh, warm bread tbe other I romomber once talking with Mr. J. It day whon I dinod with him. Osgood about tbe changed which bod been " 'This is !ome of Hose's biking, and we'll made in a popular novel betneen the time both be jtnl mad if you don't try it' of tbe bouse t was first placed in tbe bands "'Of courso I will,' says I, 'you know I nud its uppearauce la primt nlnays believe in warm bread.' Ills "You seem to know n great deal about it," was never better before tban it has boalth been -How di I you llnd bo observo i at length. sinco marriage, but he hays it is all just all that out''' does the baking." Cincinbis I an- nati Times-Htur-ltoo "Oh, tbe author told ma herself, . cor-taik nil-mee, rl drop-shajxpearl-stringee 'pink-pearls' ismssssssssssssssssssMBseau'l TO MACKINAC. Stimmer Tours. Pftlaos Steamers. em JsVWtrdLJ-eaZlsH- t I iss ,' ! m" Interior Journal "'aTANlfOIlD.T.KY. THes re Wsek Setwsets Low Rates. DETROIT. MACKINAC ISLAND tj. very Week Bay Xeiwtea DETROIT AND CLEVELAND fH. CKrOemlaaToMOknne W. P. WALTON, Fro'r. Is published every Tueftay anil VrMar at th low price of fpetial iuay TrtpedortnjtJal aad August. OUIx iLLUSTrlATfCO PAMFHLCTC Sales and Xtevrtlaii Tlekete will be fumlaaed C. D. VYHITCOMB, DyrourTleketrsat.eraddieu Cleveland DETROIT, MICH. POWDER JOB Absolutely Pure. J THO UOIjLAICN IEK YEAU. Detroit A Oen'l P.m. (fent. Steim Niv. Co. 7VrCDE:l.3E5L Of to J. X. Harris ' OR- Att CLASSES - Thlit powder now varies, a msmlol purity, strength and vbolMomeoeu. More economical tbsn tbe ordinary klnili. and can not be sold couitetlton with the multitude of low tost .short m vrixni amin or pnospafiie powuin. Royal Bakino TowDua O. cans. 1(6 Wall Street, Mew York. Neatly and Choaply Exoouted. ese wiut I q))lcuitvutt,WiwAtBSSTCHicitol)rC& Oottage Bread aad Freah Oakes, Strawberries, Ice Oieam, Butter kept on foe, freeh and nice) Ico to retail Ice-col- d Older, Ginger Ale and Lemonade. Don't forget that It Is brabiusrlert for good But. ter w V ixwt It ts a medicinal preparation, and, at tho samo time, an clegaut nnd clcwtr toilet article. Its action upon tho scalp Is healthful. It nourishes the glands which support the hair, and causes thin, dry hair to be como thick, soft, nnd Igorous. It restores tho color of jouth to locks which have becomo faded with ago or disease; and relieves and cures Itching, caused by humors of the scalp. Dr. Georgo Gray, Nashua, N. II., writes: "It gives me pleasure to testify to the wonderful effects produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itenewcr, as observed by me In very many cases.' will CEitTAiXLV nKSTonn THE HAIR TO ITS OlttCIXAL COLOR. It cleanses the bead of dandruff, and leiwcs tho hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." F. T. Ssndholn, 1010 Spruce St., Philadelphia, HALUSirfn; RENEWER. Through Coaohos and Pullman Stooping Oars. From J Lotmvlllo (o CIiIchro, Fourth and ilsln, Olucliiuull to Chicago, KY. IndlAiirtpollH to Chicago LOUISVILLE, Toe "Apollo Yelie" Shlrl. THROUGH TIME TABLE Via Loutsrllla: Jlcn'i riirnlslilut; Goods. Ltj. Arr. LoulsTllle .. " Cbleao... ieeeteiee 30 11 w p to i p in I UiqI 7v40 ti in mill s oo a m O p i 20 p to in Cincinnati Lt. Inaiinapolli.-." Arr. Chicago.-.- .- ....... .. Via Cincinnati: j tJ 10 a in ( II 43 p m I 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. H. BURNSIDE, Propr This Old and Woll - .Known Hotol Still Maintains its Higli Reputation, AND Daily Be tbsllrexrtptiJuniUr. luts yonr ticket rtaJs IWnn (Mia E. via 11 It the MONON ROUTE, (L. N. A. In the Northwest. Tlekfts Tla the Monon lloute on tat at all prin rlpl ticket oftlcra. For rates, maps and lull In formation, addrrai WM. 8. HAMIWIN.O. V A., Chlciro. A. J. 0'UF.lIXV, 8. A., LouIstIII A C. It'j) as it Is the quickest, the best snj inostdlrrct lln to Chicago and points It Proprietor it Ta., writes : " After unavailing? trying a number of preparations, to prevent my hair from falling out, and, realizing that I was f.ist becoming bald, I tried, as a last resort, Hall's Hair Hcncwcr. I havo used only four bottles of the Itcncwcr, and am perfectly satisfied that it Is the best preparation In tbe market for checking the the Iialr falling out of hair, InxLjor.-Uin-; Determined that it Shall be tiecond to no Country Hotol in the State in iti Fare, (. Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Gneits. root, and promoting a new growth." L.&N. Louisville & UafKaie wllllit roareyed to aad from tke ti rrjeor charge. Nptrlal teroniBoJatlOBi to Commercial Travelers. Tbe liar will always eisrlled with the cholcsil brands of Ltors aad Cltsre. Buckingham's Dye rem Nashvillo R, R, KENTUCKY "illuc-GruM--s LI. I 11011(6." TUB OKS.IT inn WHISKERS whiskers, to a beautiful browu er blsck, as dJrcd. The colors produced are iw'ural and laitlng. It cauuot bo washed off, contains no dotructlvc Ingredients, -Is I'hean. convenient to use, and enVctui'. occasion commcuds Itself to nil who to no n d)o for tho beard or mustache. It will change gray, faded, or sandy TUKOUGH TRUNK LINE 10 TUB luo SOUTH & WEST mm- - Shortest and Qalckoat Eonto from Oer tralKentuoijto all Points North, Last, West and Southwest, Fast ties Bet wren Schedule ln,Egect May IS, 1M. 80CTD'B07MD. Lve. Covington.. S LEXIMJTO.V A CIXCIXWAXr. WO. Pullman Palace Sleepers. LenlHTllIe to Nuriln lllc, t, A No. 4 "KoTir Ei Ban.' .', lMIMI'WtEI) UY E. P. HALL U CO., Nashua, V. IL, V. S. A. Sold by nil dealers In medlctues. Atlnuta, Mcniphlr, Arr. " CntbUna. .,10 raiia... ... " Islingto- n- .IS III -- rwmpum... 10 9 49 a ns' 9 Jl ptal IS a in 10 1$ pal SOptd x. San. mi I inriM' 1MMM & Datlr UsulO 10 ptull 1(1 17pm Jllpn iiipii pea S 13 10 p Montgomery. Little Rock, Mobile aud New Orleans. Only one clnoge to points In Arr. Winchester Richmond... I.vo. Parle " LncJtor ' blanlord .ill ..I 1 til ffOtm 6 ... llnmi ) mm 30 p in 11 M p ml e 05 p M p in j .......... .. I 7 13 ptr 00pm n a Happiness r"iil:s from that true contentment which lii'lii Mvi perfect health of body and mind. Ysxi may poatcss it, If jou will purify and iiils'orate jour blood with Ayer's Sarsa-pirllE. 31. Howard, Newport, N. II., writes: " I suffered for ) cars with Scrof-ulot- ii humors. After using two bottles of AjerN SaraaparilUt I b. Lve. lUchtnood.. Arr. Niroe... .. .. IMPQ 3 20 " Livingston., Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on in line of this road will receive special ratre. argee Agents of this Company for rates, routes JLf3am '..., NO. S No. II No. 1 put... .. KOSTR-BOCN- Lve. Livingston. Arr. Illehmond . Lve. Kowland " ltire. $00 a ia . I0W mm,. II 41 a ml. II 7 TO 8 11 00 1 10 2 10 Ac, or write C. P. AT'lOBE, O. P.AT.A, LoutiTllle, Kyi Found great relief. It health." James French, AtchUon, Kan., writes: "To all persons suffering from I.her Complaint, I would strongly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted w Ith a dlscaso of tho liver for nearly two xears, when a friend advised mo to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and lias curcit;inc." 3Irs. II. 31. Kidder, 41 St., Boton, 3Iass., writes: " For several jcars I have used Ayer's Sam-p:rrllin my family. I never feel safe, even has entirely restored me to o o a P " Lancaster ... Atr. Richmond... Lve. Richmond ... Arr. WlneheeUr., Arr Parle.M..... Lve. Lexington . Lve I'arl " Kalmouth ... Arr. CovUitfton ... Cynthlana. ... ami a ml ........ am ....... p mi 6 03 p m 7 00 am ............ SSOpra 800am ........... 3 43 p to 1 30 p di 3 33 p to ami 7 23 a m 8 SO a m 8 33 a in 4 (7 p m 10 Ola m 8 00 p SO tn 2 43 pm 3 40 psa 4 mjl 5 C 17pm is pm 43 pm d a NOSTH-UOCH- WATAJTM.I.E HHANCII. Ex. Bun SI OS DIIj TsoTMT Dally lii. ban. 8 8 o 8 7 swered. "And did queried. you go and '. print It," H s o t a Lve Covington..... E ho and tind a placer gold mine in operation, with pips and hose for washing the banks into a sluiceway which has a long series of rlllle, just as they do on the Pocldc slope, though on a small scale. The works are just completed and washing has begun. A panful of tbe dirt yields from half a dozen to a dozen little particles of free gold of tho very finest quality, and tbe operators hops to make a good thing of it Chicago Horald. N. 1L, Flacer Mlulug In New Hampshire. One may go no further than to Warren, The San of the Noted Sculptor. Preston Powers, the son of Hiram Powers, of whom our fathers know, now lives In Donver, mainly because the Colorado air is tho best be can find round tbo globe's rim for his wifa Mr. Powers is at work on statues and studios in marble, and still hopes to win a name worthy of hU father's son, Baltimore American. A motto of an Ohio livery man roads. "Whip light, drive slow; cash down or no go." custOnieni during was my rather indignant re"Of course I drt not" great Mle, the Pa ana, brings to It regu-la- i "Then," Mr. Osgood rojoinsd, with a droll ly and annually untold wealth. .There twinkle in his eye, "thon you betsayed ber are only two gieat rivers on the globe that confidence." riso In the tiopiis and How out of them. However it may have beeu in tbis us These aro tbe Nile and Paraua. When tho pedal case, it Is often enough trtte that to sun travels north across tbe great tropical take a library man or woman at bis or ber feas bo takes up vast cargoes of water and word in tbe declaration what is pours them out upon tbo sources of tbe Nile, said is uot for publication is U betray a nnd it overflows its banks. When he travconfidence which secretly believes that tbe els again nrross the tropical seas southward print what ho takes up vast quantities of water and recipient of tbe confidence be hears. Boston Cor. Proriflence Journal. empties them upon tbe sourres of tho Parana, and it overflows, leaving incalculable Wh( K.uy on the I'oor ""'low. wealth behind It Thus, these two great keep up tholr annual heartLawyers are not all bai. Tbey bavo feelings if you can only go drop enough. throbs, responding to each other across th One is history; tbe other Is Perhaps you would need a diamond drill to equator. touch some of them, but they're thtw when prophecy, Bishop Fowler in Chicago News. you use the diamond drill. Tbe bearing of The Ilfef.Kntftr of South America. the sbeep business is a delicate ami a fine s govern If it lie true that the one, but a lawyer up In the country will probably be awarded the raaor. He was tbo world, then Argentina must bear her called to defend a Mexican for seme ssrious full share of government, for she has been eating beef ever since she bas been eating crime and be got him off. Her plains and climate are "What fee did you getf tomvbody asked anything. specially adapted to tbe easy and profitable him. "Welt, the fellow was very grateful, very raising of cut tin. There are no long wingrateful After tbe trial be ones to me ters through which they must be nursed. In Ho bad $20, many of tbe Urge states tbey thrive better and be empted bis pockets. in winter tban in summer. Argentina Letand a watch and a jackknlte.1 ter. "And "I took tbe twenty and the watch. I gave Murk Inslu t a Loafer. blm back tbe Jack knife. It, you didn't Mark Twain is much better satisfied with expect me to rob the poer devil VSau bis career ae a publisher than with bis litFrancisco Chronicle. erary successes. When asked recently if be would contribute to any magazine this A Mull la for FiUNtii Sevmoos. sum of There is a colored church in Georgia ytar, be said: "No, no. No Induce money, me to whose members have a mania for funeral however flattering, could One old fellow's funeral has been swerve from a resolution I have made to sermons. loaf this sumpreached six tltnee at this church within the enjoy a solid mer." Philadelphia Press. past eight months. "Print UP tort- Nile of tli Aijentine Itepulillc This land must sime day sustain a population equal to its sxhaustless fertility. IU U Q V q O 03 H a a lrli ArrMlllertlmrg " Loxlngton .... it ., " Carlisle " Johoeon " Mayevlllw.... 7 23 IS 8 40 9 01 9 4S 10 30 S 2 00 p m a m 4 23 pm a a a m m a Li a m u e At Home without It. As n liter mcdlcino and general purifier of tho blood, it has no r qual." 3In. A. B. Allen, Wlnterpock, Va., writes: "3Iy youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which wo cou! 1 not cure. We tried many remedies, but tie continued to grow worse, and finally became so reduced in flesh that wo could only move him upon a pillow. It was suggested by one of the doctors that Scrofula might be the cause of the trouble. We procured n bottle of a so O O 9 0 9 a 0 e 4 iu H tJocTif.BorotD. Lve M.ysvllie No. 41 Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Can tjotst llMpm pm pm pm 8flpm 40 pm 20 41 0 tkt Carlisle .....m. ......... mm MUJersburg I'ari ........ , Arr " Lexington... " Johnson.. . " Covington ........... . a a a a a a II SO a 3 33 87 7 23 7 48 8 10 9 03 t m m in 3 28 m 2 M pm m 8 13 p m m 8 10 p m m 8 00 p m Win-eheet- nipii pm td vil o o Q t O xr 4 8" Trains 8 and 4 are dally between loxlngton and Cincinnati: other trains amdallr except Sunday. Direct conn. ctlons are made at Winchester with CheaaDeake 4 Ohio lor Ml. Sterling, A.hlaad. Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., andTSastorn lee. Notk. du beef-eater- Sarsaparilla it to him. ItMirely worked wonders, for, In a short time, he was completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. and commenced giving AVER'S a o 1 to anv destination reached by railroad. for lull rarllcvlars, call on any agent of the company, or S.y.fi.MOB.'lE, D.A.FEELET, Oeo.PaM. Agent, Trsv. l'aas. Agent, Covington. Kr. Lexlnrton ' R H. E. Receiver Oeneral Offices. Covington, Ky. SdWIngK0' Through tickets snd V'-- ' "J W1"fK baggage checked ' A Grand Combination THE INTERIOR -- m th m $ "CHIuHESTEN vilut;aRlliMi Ill" OHkIiimI nnil Il.-.- r,r 'smtwvA.. S c . o.,. v r- - eti I you" rt i, i, i tin- -, ii.,iui,. Price 91; Six bottles, 95. Treparcd by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, litis., U. S. A. JOURNAL Thlchr.liT'. KnTi.U1,al ut .th r r And the LoulsTllle Cowler-Journ- al NMf PAPr. "', j CSlbr.-- ,".," V.I Weekly CaIlU errrrwhrr. roral I'll). For sals by Dr. M.L. DODBNE, little SSVOiirau.i Sir lrlU!'; Imlfbf IS. , 1. ,'",rn OPERA HOUSE 8TAHK0BD, KT. One year for only S3 two pipers for more than the price of one. B(ttbjr nt Plndlar, a Ohio, refuso to shave . tfurxi "huJI T MA"KIN "I .tfftiii',.'t-riu : r OUH can U- - ,)ii'iinielt. xt iiutckly M.L. Wl n CuiiiUlut? dttlob's Vitalize? uif, T'tu .1 YOU oUKr Kit with Dyipopsls and Llv Is gusrsntsod to -- rVrt.b br M - Bourns. B narlni ua S3 you will receive lor one Tear l, your home paper with tbe the representative newspaper of the South, democrat to and for a tariff for revenue only, and tbe beet, Bis of Bust, 20x50. Eight ooaplte ssts of Boen. brishUit and ablest family weekly In the United Htstes. Those who desire to examine s sample ery. BeaUDt; oaraeur, incinoms; gentry, aoeo at inn cocr copy oft ha rates to (ood attractions. W, p. WALTON, - - Proprietor Courier-Journa- fl H F to lura.V nui flirutar i.vI Hunford. OhMimnth.lj c, lhaitin cl thai clui w r..u..i,el, hl, tlniott ualrttitl Mtutes ,,t w, irsai fttzlisl Co. L ClBoinnatl,tsMpg Courliv-Juutujic- Cbundor-slorm- Ciu.riholMam. A. L. SMITH. l.df)r.. ft. So'n ry l"iiitx 111., sfoo- - MUriPilV BROS I'irlt, Te O hit won the Ural ol tk public a4 row ruk iraamr thi l.iiug MS