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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886072001 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. Srnti VOL. XIV. niI fit' eetli ttfofiM STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1886. will not be entirely easy you read in the papers HUSTONHLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. hand-shadewell-poised f& NOTICES. I hate Ma-Ir- Hr oil 1 NOH3. n?: t".V I waa of dining-room- taking tea at the house of a friend called them, who the Wll'ons and noticed a very peculiar nenseiortii. uu i'librahed Tucadau and Friday -AT '4 XEIt ANNUM, and demanded. CA.HII. be I understood If w. credit that H.50 will W. P. WALTON. GEO. O. BARNES. P ratio the Lord. God Is Love and Noth Ing Else." 8.B. MARiniA, of! Friendly I slim, .South. I'ACinc Ocban, May 2S.18S0 J (CONTINUED rilOU LAST IH3UK. Adams' patriarchal administlilnir of beauty acd a Jar forgood old aeimin, led by the succeeded in that rarest of achievement, the establishment nf a firm, respected Government that rcltzed Its rigor yet always retained tha deep lore of the governed old ami younp, H latnt and peculiar, indeed, are noma of hie simple laws. Ilia radical principle tnljrhtiiafelr be adopted lfKilt!ou every-whsi- c ti Never lo mtke a law of any kiod till it wax practically oerded What a grand germinal principle! V TliN circulating medium wan threefold; yams, pbtatoea and plantain A barrel of yami 8 shillings; a barrel of potatoes three Rood bunches of plantaina 1 ditto; a day' labar, counting aa a port of "1 h estate," 2 ahlliinzs I.KI flora were paid in one of then four method. Chil OTia't schooling, A) , in the same, way. The knowing rata that Infested the Bounty, whelta (ram a suspicion of nppproich log starvation on Imrd, or a lubllle in itlntt that IsaJs theui to abtndon a fa n e houtf, at has often ben obirrvcd in that most knowing of rodent', iwam ashore and eitabliahed a vigorous colony of their own on the inland. Tola in turn led to careful preservation of the atock of cats, when the? breams pratifcrout. Hut what was to be done with the Inya of British blood, ortu if only half orquarU.-aloilxturt- ? Given a ttue llriton and you hareone who ineirly childa "thy" at poor hood can not easily rn-I'- t pussy, when circumstances ftvor. ThI did sturdy, godly Jjhn Adaini decree from hi p'acs of authority, acting ou the principle that here, if anywhere, a law waa need ed. "If any one ahall kill a cat, if the of. fender be under 10 year of a;e, ha or the . ahall receive corporal punishment If between 10 and H, ahall pay a fine of ?23 If householder, $MJOw feminine Notice how b'Ha'SflSHItt w . . eenlng. edict. It are Included In tb pared nor act nor- - per. 1 am afraid the glrla had been ahyint at the cata a well aa the boya, or John wjutd never hal leell.i ted them. Another Imprertlon produced by this etrlngent enactment U th prod!;louness of the pile of yami a h'mebolder would hare to lay down a. an sqalvalent of one grimalk t.'s Ufa. Ctun'lnc t or even 8 nhillin? to the dollar the forfeltura eeeras out of all proportion to the, to ue, valueless life of a detplaed cat. But cata were cits at IMcilrn and the uU unit be upprea eJ at all osts. Wj to the otTsuder who interfered with the wholetome attempt at extermination! Uj' this is not all, for rata are hard to But John tration it "a ever." The Holy Ohoit, ner painting in oil adorning the mantel of the , A tall, graceful girl waa standing erect between the great stems of two gigantic pines, with earn-ne- tt eyes, looking far ofT into the valley below, as if straining vision to catch the tight of someone anxiously expected. At her feet was stretched the teething fijiue of one always recognizable, by his opeu collar, perfect throat and proud, head, the very aristocracy of geniu, and the embodiment of passionate admiration. The girl's faco was aingularly beautiful. Both were portrait, drawn by a skillful hand. I asked my hostess tbe fair girl's name. "Mary Ann Cnaworth." I knew the other well and needed not to aak his name. "Who Is the artlsl? ' "I painted it at Anncsley Park," waa the quiet answer, "I am the of Mary Ann Chaworth." Imagine my astonishment and interest The lady added. "The pines aro ptanding yet. I painted them from nature Bhe ie listening fcr the sound of her lover's steed, galloping towards the bill, and watching Cbawortb was helreos to tbe former; Byron heir to the latter. She, '2 years his eenlor, when he fell hopelessly and madly In love with her, wat already engaged to the man she afterwards married. Poor follow! That unrrqultted tfltction turned the current of a Ufa that etso might have been more cf an honor to his country and a blessing to bis kind than it was. He never recovered tbe ehock. He married without loving again and the usual disaster followed. The melancholy story is only too familiar. Forty ye4M had not erased the sorrowful syuipa thy I felt for him, when it all came back in a curious way last week, the turn oi the road to see him first. And fosr Byron Is dreaming that she may yet grand-daughter be his" 1 1 1 t The r fined and cultivated woman who spoke those words had been in attendance at our Utmuera meetings, and I had already met her more than once, and been impressed wilh her ladylike demeanor and perftct breeding. But to meet a grand daughter of my Bron's Grst, last and only love, in New K island, was a combination that etajigered me. I think tome of my reiders, at leu', can enter into my feelings of gratified surprise. Let me add as apropos that in New island more than in any other of the colonies you will find a larger portion of poople who "moved In the best circles" in the Old Country. This is the distinguishing fea ture of that beatiful pair of island, no less than their charming climn'e, rich soil, romantic "fiords" and lofty mountains. New Zuland beats them all. I will stick to it Ever in Jesus, Geo. O, Baiincs. -- Washington, Philadelphia and is frequently said that "it takes ninety Cattle, Thorou ghbred Hoires and Harness Hones, Now York. and Mules. cents to get a dollar to tho heathen." In Tho only line running fact diligent icqulry has shown that it coals THIRD DAY. but nine per rent, to do all the home work, Saddle Horsrs, Combined r.lngs acd SwccfStake PDLLH.IX NEIT SLEEPINU CARS AND while the dollar is worth ten per cent, Boaditers. 70U. more whea it gets to its destination than -- FROM TcONTINtTED NKOCT I33CE.1 when it is contributed, on account of tbe Music by Wolf A Trost, of Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington. Ey. If you enjoy normal health, and have difference of exchange in favor of this to Washington City, GEO. M. OtVENS, Prcsldsnt. no obstacles in the shape of dyrpepsla or country. So that after meeting all home Connecting In tbe same depot with nt-tJ. B. COOK, Secretary. disease, you can probably gain in weight expenses the dollar is worth when it reachPast Trains for Now York. by proper attention to your diet. Milk, es the place where it is used one dollar and The Direct Route to Lynchburg. PantlUe, Norfolk and all Virginia taken just before retiring, aud slowly sip- one cect- .- fN. Y. Times. and North Carolina Points. ped in order to permit a thorough mixing For tickets and further Information, applr to Two hunters from Minnesota, who spent your nearest tlcketofflce or address W. W. ilon-rowith the gastric jices, will be very fattenGeneral Agent, Lexington, Ky. To at y person remitting us tbe winter on the Atbahaca river, caujht ing. The late Dt. Eilersli'e Wallace, Dean W,V;S,CJC,fA?' U' W WUKB, and killed 100 beaver, 19 moose and other Picsldent, Gen'l Pass's ak's. of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Ulehmond. Virginia. animals and then lort all their furs by a once recommended one of his broken down Wc will send the students to eat plenty of butter during the spring freshet. Toe ha7a just come in summer vacation. In the fall a stout, with their spring catcb, which included Semi-Weekl- y 132 beaver, 12 lynx and one bear, which heartv man presented himself before the S, 6. Mauakoa oil Totuila one of) have sold for SG00. Barring Doctor. So great was the change in his they Concert Grand, And tbe New York World one year and a Navioatoji, orSo.MOAN GnourE, tbeir loss, thy thinjt they did very well Parlor Grand, 8. Paciho Ockaw, May 29, 1880, J appearance, that he had to introduce him will trv it again next fall. Bahy Grand, HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, Dear Irrrcmon: This pretty islan- d- self as tbe invalid student of tbe previous .nd about 30 miles long by 10 or 12 wide is spring. He had tpjnt the summer at his For a good paste that will neither decay Upright Grand, tbe southernmost of the three that consti home in Virginia, and had eaten three nor become mouldy, mix clear flour with Express paid, bound In leatherette tree call, gilt, Square Grand. or8J0pageaandcontlantng22 tine engravlnii. It tute the striking groupe called by tbem cf pounds of butter a week. It will be cold water into a paste well blended, then Is the most comnrohenilie work of the kind We are orenlug the must rare'ully selected, tbo To being history In tho ordinary sense; finest aud Ust stock or add that such a diet must be add boiling watei, stirring well up until it olden time "Navigators" and by moderns It Is a condensed newspaper file foMWlTeirs. "Samoan" groupe. The rest of the accompanied by plenty of exercise in tbe is of a.'consistency that can be easily aid the Wereserre tbs right to withdraw this ofVr PIAXOS AXJ ORGANS world are likely to become quite familiar open air, or it would be apt to produce smoothly spread with a brush; add to this wnnoui nouce, 10 remit as once. Ever brought to thlaelly J very Instiumont Is W P. WALTON, Stantoid, Ky. the pride of an artist auJ rr'cm rsngo from 10 So with this particular set of islets in the near other disorders of the system. a spoonful or two brown sugar, a little cor 23 percent. lower ttuin nthor di!pr lor the future, as it is a present bone of contention same goods. Persons ot mu.lral utd art culture rosive sublimate, and about half a dczn A man in Jasper county, 111., has gener- aralnslted to an luapectioui ftbebeiMitirul, cultibetween England, Germany and the United tod a vated, rttlned tone and artist designaot thwe brilliant Idea, He has invented a drops of oil of lavender or other suitable lnitrumcula- 8tatrs. The news that our consort steamer, p.rlume It what she said7 Ilia worth repeating, at any rate: When the Cunarder, Oregon, was sinking and the usual display of human eelfiahn., cowardice and terror was comine to as usual on such occasions, when terrified men were pushing their way into the boats in spite of drawn revolver and clubbing, an elderly female stood looking on the wild melee with pitying face, and on being approached by an officer with the request that she would take her seat in one of the boats, answered quietly hut firrrlv, "Please don't think of mi: I can go quite well after a whilr; there are o many timid men; pray help tbem cf! Grst." I should like to come up witia that reo lute fomale in the course oi my travels ard take of! my hat to hi r in unfeigned horn age. I said above we came to Samoa on Saturday, But it was their Sunday, and as they observe the Sabbith strictly wo had no boats coming ofT to tho ship with bananas and cocoanuts and coral ornamente for sale as we bad hon led to expect. T.hls was a real disappointment to us, for excepting the native mail agent and two men who rowed his yawl out for the letter bag, we aw noSamoans. Had it been a week day the ship would have been beset with native craft of sorts and sins Unfortunately the Samoan christians (and the wholngroupe is quite christian,! ed, if only a proportion are real christians, as with ua) keep the NewZtalandHabbath, being connected ith that colony ecclesiastically, and so we were robbed of the gratification of seeing them at home, as we would otherwise have done. They have a lovely harbor, with a narrow entrance on thi Islet of Tutuilt; but we did not go in, nor anchor even on the outside, as, the mail delivered, we were to "make speed" for our destination; 100 ($o00) a day for feit for every day's delay in mail delivery, at cither terminus of the line, is a spur to reg ularity and promptitude not without its effect. The symbolical grass is not allowed to grow under the Mararoa's keel, I auure land-locked The county superintendent of public fcnools .lll bain Hnstonvilln uutll Thursday evening and st Hlnoford Friday and Saturday, 30ih ami .'51. t A largo crowd ami a p'essant episode Is anticipated in the approaching Fair. The beautiful grounds are being put in ample order; the officials are polite and capable; the county is noted for a generous hrspi. tality nnd tbe people are emulous of ex celling. The Rial Trscher-i- ' Ics'itute, continuing three weeks, wa designed to he held in Slanlord this year, but will probibly be elsewhere. This is to be regretted, Innsrancb as we will thus lose an opportunity of learning something of the magnitude, aims and power of the school enter prife Amid the confl ct of elements the foundations of our venerable town still stands sure, Ofcourse we grumble. Tfce wheat crop is abundsnt, but the price is low, Corn is promising, but the weeds are performing. Health is exuberant, but employment is unremunerative. abound, but we have no Barbecues. Henc-- o the inference is fair that patriotism is played out; tbe country going to tbe dogs and freedom shrieking in terror of approaching developments. A glorious ripple, however, on thequiot surface of eoclal life was produced on Thursday evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Carpenter entertained Hon. Matt Adams and wife, of Frankfort, Miss Mary Joplin, of Lexington, Miss Maggie Mitchell, of Taylorsville.Tom Brran, of Cincinnati, A. W. Carpenter and wif, Misses Chios Logan, Julia Bradley and Messrs. J. B Cook, J. 8 Huffman and ' Rtx" Reld, of the county. Tbe company is described as having been brilliant, the entertainment superb, the hostess tho very gonius of hospitality and the guests supremely delighted. Office-seeke- registered bull anl one and aereral good yearlings, entitled to a register, forsalecbesp. A. 31. JFELAXI, a Stanford, Ky. OJ one Is a Candidate for to Congress,', SwWect -- v cue i.kuu ui auu iseiaocraiio imrij james b. Mccreary u.ja n. K. TAYLOR, S TnmA-r.kla MORROW, As Administrator with the wilt annexed of T. T. Daviess, dee'd, I offr fjr aate privately the Of Pulaakl coualy. la tho republican candidate for Judga In the 5th Judicial District. Store-Hom- Sale of Storehouse e & Lot. lA thai - COUNTV. (a a Candfdsta or theoSea .UUt uumutnioi mono instruction, aubltct wa.a i ". THOMAS Z. it., Stanford, Ky., 137-tf and Lot on Lancaster Now occupied by Miss Buwade Bessley. WILLIAM HERWDON, S'nJtvM'.JJ?" BP?,'"n Wet: -- J. . PAXTOX, Adm'r. Elicit i Angu'st O. 3B. HARRIS, Ag't roa ti. andidate for la JUalc,al Com- Vlt- - Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowen, Bind- er! and Reapers, MT. VERNON, KY. This old and n Crab Orchard, lU-lm - - Kciilncky. Ulnlnglts m Una reputation. -- hm.i i. ..m ajw.i.uemion ICE! ICE! ICE! msssihsssst 2lld and 21tli of July, Ono Cent Per Pound. y9 will hold our lOQual Fstlroa tbe 1 Kirksvillo Fair ! Charges reaaonable. to tne.traTellng public. U. V. XEWCOJin, Pro'r, Alt. Vernon, Ky. w,n .nt8Unford AT TItK Eurnam Woods Grove, Where wb!omrr5tu.,,.,:0 "Mf W it. it was held last year. For A MST OF PREMIUMS, AC, Write for circulars. o to ,T. T. -- r eh wonlh' ' it Anno tr. Harris FOR- J. J. 1'. EHBIIY, President. B. WALKEB, Secretary 117-t- d Hustonyillo Fair ! July 2!st, 22d and 23d, 1886. FIRST DAY. Jack Slock, Sheep, Paddle, Horses. Euggy and Draft Cottage Bread and fresh Cakes, Strawberries, Ice Cream, Butter kept on ice, fresh and nice,-- Ice to retail; Ice-col- d Cider, Ginger Ale and Lemonado, Don't forget that It Is headquarters for good But- - tT 12Mt E By roa SECOND DAY. Kciiluclcj's Itonie Eust A SOLID TJRAIN d A Big Offer! Interior Journal e, rJTIIKEE DOJLIiARS PIANOS ! Ajalu (jood John Adami leli laledoa this "barninj;" toplr, nnd issued another ulctaa, to this eQsct. In addition to palm and penalties alreitiy fulminated, etoh killer of a oat, if malioe prtptntt could beetublUheJ, was, further, to (laughter 300 rats, luly presenting their tails ti be relsterad, as fait at life win taken, in testimony of compliance with thii fresh act, entitled ''an ast supplementary lu nn act cet-Uo- f. entitled nn act for the suppression of rata and the preservation ofciia" Daarreadrr, if you don't quite get into the true Inward-netof (bit list sentence -- that aooflen worried me SO jeira ajrt, in the old form of for pubiixhlnir a new book if you live in Stanford, call ou my friend Messrs. Wo'oh & Saulliy, attorneys at law,' who will uive you any information, without fee, ns a partoial favor to me. I have mastered it ai last, but it waa many years a very Sphyux'j riddle to me and I will not blame you for not comprehending it at first Pitcairn has a alringe fascination for me, but I must leave It nnd also the qu-'tiucseMlod as to whether John Adaine uvcr got ahead of the rats, evn with inch cuu-nl- ng legialation. My own opinion is that the rata proved "one too many" for Liinaod etill exist in Pitcairn, defiant rebelit against nil constituted authority. If my readers will beir with mo, I also wish to j)t down another recall of boyish enthuiiatm that had a strange, unlooked for revival in Auckland, New Zialand, of all places In the world. u In my Byronlcdays (moat boys take at a certain age at they do the measle) I remember how my sympathy waa stirred for him in his hopeless patslon for the beautiful Mary Ann Cnaworth, ofAnnes ley Pitk. We all know the sad story. When tho boy came baok from echool on his holidays to Nawstead Abbey to escape the intolerable Urn per of his toying but capricious mother, he fled for refuge to the adjoining en'.ate, where he was on intimate visltinx terms. Aonesley Prk and New stead Abber,ln romiuttcSaerwo) I Forrest ih N tiih,mhlr, lny lde by plde. MIps s on IJy-to- the Alameia, will take to Auckland next Monday, will soon be finned around the world and disturb still further the agitated coutentaof the political cauldron. For as everybody will know, long before these lines are read, the Yanxeea have stepped in, restored to his throne tho old King of Stmos, who had been ousted by German influence, in favor of an usurper, subservl- ant to themselyes. This new order of things had obtained tioco lant December until a fortnight ago, when Brother Jonathan, ro spoudiog to an appeal from tho rightful kinc, restored the ttatu qtto, pulled down the usurper's rsg, with the German fligUying above it, according to tho usage of "protec torate," nod in their place once more the ancient 11 ig of S.amoa, now in company with the stars and stripes, floated free. Into the midst of this down fill and up rlnlng of rlvsl dynastic, stsamed the un conscious Mararoa this quiet Saturday, to find an American war vesael the Mohccsn patrolling the offing, and ''monarch of all she surveyed.1' We eoon had all the ex citing ptrticulara and were of course tre- mimdouBly ngitated forthwith. We discuss ed the situation, settled each to his own satisfaction what Bismark would do; what the B 'tifb Lion would roar; what the American Etgle would scream; and having arranged it all, the eubject by und by cume to the tqucczid or.xngo stage and was quiet ly dropped. We agreed to wait till wo reached San Francisco to Hud out what was really to be done about It So we sailed away, after about an hour'it detention, to de liver malls and 'ake ou board a few passim gerp, who were waiting our arrival, on board the Mohecan. These were an Eng lish missionary to Samoa, lila wife and lit tie daughtei; tho father returnlnx to his native land on acooutit of failing health. Beside these, we received for traua- por atlon a lunatlo sailor of the Mohecan, who was being sent home under tbe charge of two keepers, and was duly handed on board, handcufled and chnined, to the horror of the nervously disposed on bnrd men and women. I sin afraid George's serenity will culler for the rest of the voyage, to a greater or lees extent. Aud perhaps there are a few of the "timid men," as the Intreped old lady on tho Oregon method of prevented locomotives from running over hogs. Like all great inventions it is both simple and inexpensive. An engineer, says the Jasper county man, will never run over a red flag. With this fact for a basis, how overwhelmingly powerful is his conclusion. By tying red flags to tbe tails of all bogs the safety of the porkers would be insured. It might subject them to nnnoyancu of arrest as Anarchists at first, but tbe authorities would soon dis hog with a red cover that a flag is comparatively harmless. The more the subject is weighed, the more does the tchemo of the Illinois mau appear both practical and uenirable. four-legged Tbe irjury done by cigarettes is much greater tban that from the use of cigars. The difference is caued apparently by the ftict that tha smoke of cigars is not allowed lo enter tte lunzs, while that from the cigarettes is inhaled, reaching of course a greatly muro enlcnded as well as more vital pnrt of ti e mucous membrane Buckfen's Arnica Salvo The best SaWa In tbe world lor Cuts, Bruises Bores, Bait Hheura, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Usnds, Chilblains, Corns and all Bklo Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money retunded, Trice 2 J cents per box. For sale by Penny A. McAlliter. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr. J. M. Korrts, nu old cltUsu of Rome, Ua. says that be bad been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Ecierua for three years; at times could scarcely t, walk, and bad tried many remedies without before he began taking Electrlo Bitters and tonolntlng bis handa with Bucklun's Arnica Salve, This treatment afforded him great relief and he strongly recommends Electric Btttors to all who suffer with Kidney Complaints 'or need a Blood rurltler. Bold lr 1'onny A McAlliter. ben-cu- Ague Cure I AYER'S tele-brat- IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and Apue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Urcak-bono- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. d Tho ICunlic, tho Famous Decker & Son, the Pouular Everett and (ho Reliable Xew England World-renowne- l'lnnos, The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and the John Ohuroh & Co. Organs. Pieaie communicate with ua for catalogues, terms and prlcea. 8 it. Jb L, f, Spedsl Ag'ts. nianforil, Ky. Or KOSE R. RICHARD, oit otSee. References A R. Peony, Mrs K. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips. J M Muore and Janes Una-letitan'fir; Mia. MskI Holmes I'rali Orchard; Cien. W J LauJriu aod illu I.Inlo Lanctiri-r- , r Ky "Harpers, S. C, July 9, I8S4. "For eighteen months suf-ered with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. J.( y, I HufX-ma- n, 131-ly- There is neither cense nor rea on for bNmlug the oramissionerj of tho sinking troubles fund for the recent convict-labo- r They simply discharge a sworn duty by carrying out a law enacted by a democratic Legislature. With tbe blame placed where it properly belongs democratic papers would fiad les cause for abusing the com misiloners. Give men of the Berry aud Buruett stripe credit for the evil, for with them restj the blame. fMuholenburg Republican. Tho editor of the Vallny F.ills UtgUUr, of Kant a, shows a properly thankful aud devout spirit in the following paragraph: "Oar reoeipts biing reduced, the editor rose with the suu Mondny morning, and with bis little pop sent a bullet crashing through a line rabbit sent us by the hand of Him who seeth the sparrow fall, and meat plenty iu our larder. There was joy in our household and fresh meit plenty once more." "God help tho Hanger that la taken sick there," writes an officer of the United Stated steamship Galena, speaking of "It is not uncommon for people to lie down in the street and die in broad daylight, and when dying receiva no offer of assistance, eren in answer to an appeal for a drink of water. The people appear to k heartless, as if their familiarity with death had made them callous Herald, o -- Dr. J. rBEr.vnnD nv C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. EDWIN HARPER." O. & M. 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Dally Tralna from Louisville to St Louis Three (8) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to bt. Louis. Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati Two (21 Tlr-tu- o. at. ,2Xifj02TT1 Tho Only Lino by which you can got a Through Stooping Cur From Clnclostt to St. Louts. tot. Loula. mu0 -J, Lilt) and Cincinnati TboOhla or J.VA. Is tbe only line running OS Tlr ihrousb from Louisville 1. ul. all other routes being made up of a combination nf amall roads. to St tjlxlln?(,'tr The Bucket Pum & Water nil Is an ImproTPiiiKiit nu any Pumpo' K'evator yet lnventel Thecti.j defending lull of a r in full l ntirr clrtulates tbe air Iron) hot- -, torn to lop of I'Mmi) nr wil, removlog wIhk, water bugs, and ih wjir pur, rtunv-In- g all color had Nt-- e or iurd! Tbl Pump hits an Improved cbaln; v lloka to get twlatel; aoh cup la soldered eotly, and Instead ul s lluk, a flat piece ot galraolzed Iron la lied. D not purchase a pump until you ree this, ' l: Very repeetmly, Hunfier H. R. IllCiGiNN. t. A J I! cww . . . ri .nwwi..w i W 81-urda5nm-tlHttU2lnienoroa- tpJ ,1 ihe primaries in .the 11th District y Gmbudspiit Sunday 11 tU hu family nt Tuts democracy oi ibe 8.h Judicial disdid not tettle the Congressional nom- Shelby City and was in town yesterday on of gentle- trict, having nominated a opujile Mr. George jaea whose characters are a trove reproaca ination by a long shot, to look out for mu his way back to the capital. Eastham has returned from RuMellvllle ,UB sic at Somerset to morrow. BH 1,a9 rB ,Q BTBI' ""' ,iu"ucu ,u I .,-- .. and EIMop, where he has been since last Stanford, Ky., JUiy iU, toon Saturday, as G. G. Mnlllns, a saw-mtof Jad.e amj Commonwealth's lions. man was returning home from Livingston fall. H. 8. McGlnnls, of Nevada City, Mo , worthy town-me- r, Attorney, our county. Mr McJ. W. Alcorn and R. C. Warren, it should he fell over a cliff about 40 feet high and is visiting friends in this school teacher in W. P. WALTON. (hem died the same afternoon from the effects of Glnnls waa formerly a be the desire of ever democrat to see this county and adjoining counties and at elected, Encouraging reports continue to his injuries. one tlmo principal of the public school DEMOCRATIC) TICKET. come from all puts of the district and we Fred Holler, who some tlmo ago was formerly of are confident that they will be victorious. lynched at Jacksonville, III., for murder, here. Mr. Geo. C. Keller, Jr., For Superior Judge Joswu IUkdocb. though, and we urge war, it nsw turns out, innocent. This nhows Stanford, waa in town yesterday. He Is now It will require work, For Circuit Judge J. W. Alcork. Harrodaburg Democrat, " Commonwealth' Attorney IL C. WABks.f. upon the party everywhere to organize for that as slow as it sometimes is, it is always connected with the Hon. D. C. May, Boyle county's repreten-tatly- e " County Judgo T. W. Yakwoh. victory that can be had for the proper ef better to let the law take its course. " Circuit Clerk- -J. P. Bulky. in the Lgllature, was In town yesfort. Epecially do we urge upon the dem The State Central Cmmittee on being CoorEB. " County Clctt-O.- U. ocracy of Lincoln the importance of a thor- appealed to decides that M. M, Redwine terday. Col. and Mrs. A. G Talbott " fihrrlfl --T. D. Niituxd. Saturday from Crab Orchard, where ough organizition and a full vote. Let ev- is the democratic nominee for Common" County Attorney D. R. they had been for a week put. Mrs. II. P. AlMSSnr E. D. KKlfSKDY. ery man do his duty and our candidates wealth's attorney in the 13th district and " Jtllcr-- 8. M. Owiks. will carry our Btandard in triumph to vic- L. M Day, who also claimed to be, has Vass has returned from Frankfort, where 11 Superintendent Common Pchooli J. A. Bools she has been violting Miss Julia Duvall. tory. withdrawn, " Burreyor F. B. Howard, Mrs. James Klgar, of D'troit, Michigan, is Dr. John Montgomery, of Danville, has One judicial convention has been held visiting her sister, Mm. J. J. Craig, of this The Crimea and causualties directly re this year in Kentucky without raising a leased the Masonic College property for a county. is to get possession Bultant from whisky that hate occurred row or producing a scandal. We refer to period of five years and 477. VERN0H, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, from Mt. Vernon to Jellico in the last four the one which nominated Judge J. Quincy August 5th, when the establishment will be placed entirely under his control. LSomer -- Another sad accident occurred in this for the Superior Judgeship at Lex daje are enough t put even the ilrongeat Ward advocate cf the traffic to the blush. And ington Friday. He had no opposition, set Rsporter. county hot Friday GrJntr Mj!I!l, Mrs. Mitchell, of Chadbouro, N. C, while returning homo from Livingston fell yet we caa s.ty with truth that prohibition which accounts for the statement that it does not prohibit, for the moet fearful of was one of the most decorous gatherings was very ill in bed, and sent her over a cliff 40 feet high. He was soon boy to the well for wf.ter. He fell In, found and taken to a house near by, but the tragedies occurred at Mt. Vernon, where of the kind ever witnessed in the State. It local option is supposed to prevail and was is singular that with this single exception and his helpless mother was forced to lie ooly lived a short time. Ereryone speaks no nomination for a judicial office this year there and hear bis ecreauu until his voice of Mr. Mulllns as being a generous and from his own statement started by an jirdce and sheriff, who of all men has been made without charges of fraud was still in death. man; but he had one bad habIN It is said that Gov. Knott Is at Wash- it he would take too much strong drink. should have kept his skirts clear. But the and raicility, when of all nominations they should be free from any taint whatever. ington to see If he can be appointed Solici- He was intoxicated at the time he fell from use of whisky perflated in will bring anybody to the dogs and it is said that Judge The lawyers seem to ba to blame for this tor General to succeed John Goode, whom the cliff. tho Senate failed to confirm. He and Judge The fearful tragedy enacted here FriMcClure has been drinking very hard for state of affairs more especially. Durham have met only once since his ar- day afternoon continues to be the sole topsome time. The trouble in Rockcastle and The Louisville lhst, like all of us who rival there and then did not speak as they ic of conrenation. About 6 o'clock Judge elsewhere is that the lawa are not enforced. take a reasonable view of the matter, thinks passed by. G. W. McCluie and Lee Carter entered the The officeru permit the sale of whisky in that Judge Birbour should not be held re Mr. Cleveland has sent to the Senate grocery store owned by the Moore brothers, open defiance of the law and from winking sponsible for the Lebanon convention, and ateucb violations they go on to higher adds: "Good democrats should not bolt the names of 4,427 persons whom he has when a difficulty aroee between McClure nominated to office. All of them have been and Carter on one side and the Moore boys crimes, until murder itself is regarded with their nominee because he was nominated confirmed save 17. The Senate, which fearful state of affairs ex- by disgraceful indifference. A on the other. It began by Judge McClure a convention, for which the sprang upon the President like a roaring ists in Rockcastle. Men are murdered, eirequesting them to write to the Huff brothmass of the party was not responsible. Hon with its mouth wide open, has become ther openly or by nearly every They should not be led astray by any de as quiet as a lamb. No other President ers, for whom he is counsel, and tell them to come to town for trial on the charge of week and nolning is done to stay the cur sire to punish the corrupt methods of their has met with such a small percentage of re Oflhe Iioftt SIakM. rent of lawlessness and crime. The county Jack Moore refuted, saying conventions, own The way to remedy jections and no other President has treated is fast reaching the unenviable reputation that such a letter would be an acknowlsuch matters is to attend the primary con- tho Senate with such contemptuous tndiU edgment that ho belonged to the party. At of Rowan and unless the good citizens com ventions." Judge Barbour is a go6d man, ence. pel the officers to enforce the law and upEnglish situation li thus summa- this McClure shook bis flit in Jack's face The a capable man and a sober man and should and asked if that was their game. He said hold them in every attempt to put down rized: Gladstone will resign and possibly receive the full vote of his party. crime, the time will soon come when it will it was and they then grabbed hold of each adyise the Queen to summon Lord Hart be worth a man's life to go about his daily It is said that the Morrison bill to pay ington to form a Cabinet. Ho will decline, other. While they were in this position off the debt with the accumulating surplus business there. Tom Moore fired his pistol at McClure. and the Oueen will send for Lord Salis will certainly became a law as it should. Carter fired at Moore at about the tame Tax Southern Buouac for August will be bury, who will undertake the task, not forA heavy idle surplus in the National time and they exchanged a number of shots. an especially attractive number. Csl. E getting to invite Hartington to accept, Polk Johnson contributes an article telling Treasury means a temptation to prodigal which he will not. Then a straight Con By this time McClure and Jack had strugCHEAIJE8T AXD I1EST of his recent yieit made to Mr. Davis at and unauthorirsd expenditure, if not to tervative Cabinet will be formed, and Glad- gled across the street and were separated, Eeauvoir. The life at Beauvoir is pleas direct jobbery and corruption. The sur stone, rid of the shackles of office, will when, according to G. W. Biker, "Dr. A. antly described, and Mr. Johnson gives at plus is responsible for the wild and often once more become a power to be admired G. Lovell came up and handed a gun to length conversations with Mr. Davis in visionary schemes which have been pro- and feared as the great leader of the Oppo- Jack Moore. He took the gun, turned and began firing at Lee Carter, who was going which he speaks of Albert Sydney Johnson, posed and sometimes pressed upon Congress sition in recent years schemes more indicative Central Labor Union at New down tbc street. Tom Moore came runof Mr. Lincoln, of the Pilgrim Fathers and The of the principles involved in the Blair of a feverish desiro to spend money which York in its new declaration of principles ning out with a gun and opened fire on Cir Bill. Tho article is accompanied by per- is everybody's and nobidy's than to re- holds that there should be no private prop- ter also. Carter kept on down the street haps the best of recent portraits of Mr. spect the limitations of the Constitution. erty in land; that labor should share in the until he came to Willis Adam' store, when double-berre- l Davis, a sketch ol his house at Beauvoir, three attempts to pass wealth it produces; that it la the sacred du- he went in and picked up a The House m-.For Ihe Kerry Nchioii. and one of his birthplace at Fairvisw, Ky. private pension bills over Mr. Cleveland's ty of every honorable laboring man to sever ed shot gun and started back up the street Oen. Basil Duke relates in thrilling interest vetoes rnday, but only in one case his connection with all political parties of toward the Moore brothers. As he came n the incidents of the retreat after the fall of a bare majority, much less the neces- the capitalists and to devote his energy and up Jack Moore jerked loose from some one Richmond. The paper describes the last sary two thirds. Gen. Wolford voted for attention to the reorganization of his trade who was holding him and fired at Carter. council of war, the protection of the treas- all the bills, as a matter of course, for he is or labor union and the concentration of all Carter returned the fire and Jack fell plerc ure trainandof thegradual disintegration of clean daft on the pension business, but our unions Into one Bslid body for the purpose ed with half a dcz;n buckshot. Tom Moore the Southern armies. Young E. Allison own McCreary put in one every time to of assisting each other in ail t truggles, pol- was still advancing toward Carter when he fired the second shot and Tom fell in a few has an illustrated sketch of the life and sustain the President In his effort to reform itical or industrial. JOE r. WATEHN. .it. c. death of Father Ryan and there are many the worst than raids proposed in private The President has Issued an order for- feet of his brother. They were carried into being the house by friends. Jack expired in a bidding government employes from other interesting features. pension legislation. which he says "The few moments." Tom lived until about G James Dacey, who waa hung at Chicago There are 87,500 republicane holding active in politics, in of their positions to Saturday evening, when he died. His dyuse by these officials Friday, for the murder of an alderman in & office under a democratic administration their selection as delegates to pol- ing statement was pretty much as above, political broil, was bo pugnaceous for 24 which is 16 months old. For a man who compass itical conventions is indecent and unfair with the exception that he said, "Carter hours before the execution that he had to likes this kind of a record, this is about regard for the proprieties and and I exchanged shots till I saw Carter's be bound hand and foot to prevent him the kind of a record he would like, as Mr. and proper requirements of official place will also pre- pistol was empty. I had one loid remainfrom injuring somebody. Even when tied Lincoln was in the habit of remarking, We SSti-eetvent their assuming the active conduct of ing in my pistol after I saw Carter's pistol he raved and swore till the hose had to be belong to tho class who don't like it. Interests was empty. I saw I could kill Carter, but campaigns. Individual Succtswjr to Wtttrs A lUney And that class is in the ma- political turned looee upon him and kept playing Journal, and activity in political affairs are by no after I found bis pistol was empty would jority in this great democratic couutry. till he was exhausted. He drove the priests means condemned. Office holders are nei- not do it." Neither the county judge nor from his cell and showered upon them the U Charley BnoNSTON, the capable and ther disfranchised nor forbidden the exer- sheriff was in town at the time and inmr-diatevilest imprecations. It took several men fearless prosecutor in 0 the Lexington dis- cise of political privilegoj, but their privafter the killing McClure and CuI? O to hold him while the nocoe was being ad l trict, will go to Morehead to prosecute the ileges are not enlarged nor Is their duty to ter left town. The former, who was Blight-lo justed and when finally the drop fell it cut OB Rowan murderers. Now if some good party increased by promiscuous activity by shot twice returned next morning and off an oath half finished, This is one of judge, who was not dependent upon those office holding." gave himself up to the sheriff and his exthe few who failed to say he was going same murderers and for their amining trial is set for Tuesday. (20th). A DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNT T. o o straight to heaven, but his chances are votes could take Judge Cole's place, the u posse went at once in search of Carter, but about as good as the rest who are hung for ends of justice might be A number of Danville people attended failed to find him and the .'efforts of a secO more certainly murder. the Camp Meeting at High Bridge on Sun- ond party were alike unavailing. The last met. day. "Ned Euntline," whoee elories nearly red-ho- t The Nelson Record has a article The Knights of Pythias are fitting up poeae under the sheriff and county judge all of us have been guilty at one timeor an- on A. B. Montgomery, candidate Confor the 3rd story over Rowland's shoe store to visited the home of Judge J. G. Carter, Lytic Sloroltooni, VnuArMtlnlo Hulldlug, opp. Interior Journal other of reading, has just died at Stamford, gress who charged that Tom Robinson had the father of L. B. Carter, and were inofllco mid 2d door below First National Hank. be used as a lodge-rooN, Y,, leaving a history more romantic bought the Influence of his paper formed that his son had, as he supposed, for $100. Mr. Wyatt Hughes while returning Lusk's California Cannod Goods, Bananas, Lemons, big lino Sugars and than anything he ever conceived for his No one who knows Mnrray would believe left the county. Carter it about 35 and from Willow Grove church, last night, was Coffees, Cream Flour, Bacon, Lard, Ha'ms, Etc. novelettes. His real name was Ed C. Z. for an instant such a charge. is about 40 years of sge thrown from his buggy and teverely bruis- married. McClure WATERS A WEAKEN. Judson and from his 12th year to his death and a native of this county. He is belongs WILL MCDONALD WATEU8, H.,-- , The Winchester Sun, a good newspaper ed. at the age of CI, his life was most remarkaIn the county court yesterday the will to a good family and has always borne a , property, is for sale, ElitorJohnL. ble. He was in many privato encounters of the late Mrs. Lucy M. Chandler was ad- good character. He has held several offihaving determined to retire from the and (ui a Confederate scout distinguished mitted to record. She gives her estate to ces, having been sheriffat least one term business. A bargain can bs secured by himscli for bravery on many occasions. He and county judge for two terms. While her five unmarried daughters. immediately addressing him. had a bullet in his right knee received in -- Messrs. Alcorn and Morrow, candi- county judge he was the most popular man Virginia and 12 other wounds upon his NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS . dates for Circuit Court Judge and Messrs. in the county. Jack and Tom Moore were body inflicted by sword, shell and gun, sevsons of Eld. M. R. Moore, a minister of the Warren and Herndou, candidates for Samson Roland and Geo. Solomon en of them in battle. He made as much as Attorney, are to speak here Christian church, who survives them and were hanged at Donaldsonville, La,, for DSALK8 IX- 160,000 a year at story writing and once has always lived at this place. Jack Moore at 2 p. M. murder. under preesure wrote a book of G10 pages in (taSfrawori r( Mr. II. C. Mock, of this county, has was something over 40 and Tom not far Druns. Books. Stationery and CB, The lumber yards of Knapp, Stout & 7?Z!i -. s 62 hours. Jp about 40 Messenger Chief colts all from from 35 years of sge. Jack was unmarried Artinloa Cinnn ni iiuioa. II Co., St. Louis, wera burned Sunday, entail-in- g ou -- v i H.UUT good mares. They range from sucklings and waa aeober, honest, industrious busiGov. Knott is at Washington and Lieu a loss of $400,000. to weanlings. He sold one last week to ness man. Tom Moore led a wild life for PhjilcUni' prtKrlpttoni itcurnUlj compounded. tenant Governor Hindman is playing chief James C. Rsynolds.ofOwingsville, wi Alio many years, during which time he wanderMr. Wurran, of Pa., for $250. Desirous of emphacising the Friday caught under a falling executive. wheat bin "Terra ed over pretty much all the West. He re Col. J. W. Guest's fact and of letting everybody know it, he and smothered to death. j Cotta" won the "Lake View Handicap" at turned here several years ago. It waa his has just Issued a pardon to Hooker 8tivera, George Adams waa drowned i in the Chicago on Saturday. The winning was habit to go on occasional sprees, and in 1884 The Largest Btock of Watches, Olooks, who murdered Burt Scully at Paris and was Cumberland at Williamsburg a few nights worth about $2,000. Terra Cotta is by he went to Louisville while full of liquor let off with a sentence of three years, when ago. His body has not been recovered, Jewelry and Silverware and married a courtesan of that city. As Harry O'Fallon, out of a Buckden mare, it should have been death or life imprisonAnother bank president, Belzer, of bought to thlimirket Lowor thin Services were held in the Christian Boon as he sobered up he abandoned the E'er Lowed. WatchM, Clock FrtcetJawdrr Rement, so it was eaid at the time. the and Benkleman, Neb., has gone to Canada, takpaired on iboit notice and Wamntod. church yesterday for the first time eince woman and returned here. Since then he Gov. Hindman, who probably knew ing with him $100,000 of the bank's funds. completion of the extensive repairs and has not left home nor .drank liquor. The Ml what he was about, has withdrawn from Supt. W. M. Newbold, of the Owenibo-r- o the alterations of the interior of the building. Moores are most respectably connected, be& Nashville road, was shot but not fathe race for Congrets in the 11th district. It is now one of the handsomest churches ing related to the Williams and Miller There is still a full quota of patriotic citi- tally by B. F. Stroud, a former road-m- as in towu. families of this county. Tom Moore sent zens willing to carry the banner of the par- ter. T. P. Young on Saturday was renomi- for a preacher, P. J. Hiatt, Friday night The twelfth juror in the Chicago anat Somerset ty down there, and it will be decided who shall be the lucky archists' trial has bsen obtained and accept- nated for police court judge over Geo. H, and after ringing and praying he confessed ed o.i both sides, after a month's eflort to Dobyns. In the inasi convention which the Savior. A trough was filled with wajkWWW man. made the nomination there was considera- ter and it was placed on the street near the obtain a jury. Ik a quarrel over their rascalities Con- The two distilleries of E J. Curley & ble spicy talk in regard to "records" the house uoxt morning and be was baptised. grwman Laird, of Nebraska, slapped Cobb, Co., at Camp Nelson, have closed for the friends of the contestants calling up sad re- This was one of the saddest scenes I ever of Indiana, in his mouth at the door of the season, having male 15,000 barrels of membrances of other days. Mr, E, S. Wills witnessed. The Moore boys' relatives re nouse, Friday. Liar, perjurer and other whisky in eight months. was renominated for town marshal, no oth- quest me to eay that they return their choice epithets flowed with a volubility thanks to the people of Mt. Vernon for the At a democratic convention held at er name being presented. that would have done credit to a fiiher- - Lexington Friday, Judge Mr. Boyle 0. Rodea left Saturday for kindness and attention shown them in their J. Quincy woman. Ward was nominated for re election as California. After a tour through that Slate great trouble, Jack Moore waa to have It is to be settled by arbitration Jndge of the Superior Court. he will sail for Alaska. He expects to be been married Sunday to Mies Mollle Bawhether Desha or Arthur shall be the dem Forty.eight hours without food and absentuntil late in the fall. Mies Mary B. ker, daughter of II. H. Biker, sheriff of oeratlo candidate for Circuit Judge in the water brought the mutinous convict coal Fisher is a rising amateur artist of town. this county. The most intense excitement - - i ' p. .'- " 1" CoYington district. Both claim a nomina- miners of Geon-l- a to terms and tbo7 ere Hr d !t bfcmJ that tho end is not work, 'W VV. E, yet, now working as quietly as lambj. tion. ing a picture of rare merit, dpc. ll 3 si UUMt liCy. GROCER, MAIN & SOMERSET STS., Staiifoi cl3 eight-year-ol- d FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS AItl).DACt ty kind-hearte- d M IN LADES I BRIER SCYTHES EXTRACTS! ku-klu- FLAVORING SEVERAL GRADES OF SUGAR got-eve- The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices i WATERS) WE AREN TVJain , Courier-- GROCERS, JStmifbid. ly y h r-- Bos-ley- F n?i WMistar PHARMACISTS, STtll "-- iff YAm. JEWELERS. WTii",l,m-,MB,F- iriiTiar -- 4 Wall Paper, Furniture, iBMTTiBHrBii Oases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. y Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEARjE2T, " 'J'r - &xv? '' ; aaWaailWaaaMawaailai SIni-3SitekJuutiorJow v-- . ,;V" AT "51 im.i ... . ..... .... .. mil July 20, 1886 Maanaor. r. It .ttliog time now, auii I ask nil in debted to me to come and aettle. I need the money and must hate it. II. C. Kup-le- y. i'.i HcliuhjUS. - AS.HT Aim.DriHEMElW. Stafford, Ky, K. O. VAIiTOfl. - UualnoBS .AM lOOtL Mall ..... 11 15 r.M. South . US Kipmslraln" Houtb..M ..................... 2 IS A.M. " " Norh.. Tb kon li calculated on standard time. Solar nt U boal 30 mlnulos Utter", train going North.. rf ..... CARD. 1 The Crab Orebard encampment of the Stale troops has been postponed to the 7th of Anguit to enable the entire guard to go into camp at the same tine. 68 M. !. J. 0. Thompson, the Lincaster, Ky., Jeweler, Is Importing direct from the Old Country a large lln of muaical boxea, blfque and fancy gooda for holiday trade. They are expected to arrive by Not. 1. Those of our exchangee which are kindIn bulk and ly running a notice in tbelt liat of falra IjAN.Mwrn'it Rrlen DjckncM at Tennr & McAIItterV. that Stanford will hold one in Auguat, will VfXTVnra and Jewelry npalrod on nhor McAlIe please discontinue, There were too many notice ati.l warranted by Penny big men in our liat of director and each er. oriicl-owanting lo run the fair to hia own idea, of Bov tht Haae Hot; Ratrmly, LOCAL NOTICES. b! al r. course they broke all up and "bunted" the thing btaldee. A comi'LCTK itock ol jewelry, latent llockford watcuea n uecialty. Penstyle, Promoted. Mr. F, M Antley, who haa ny A McAIUter. been road matter for eereral yeara of the H3-iAdministrator A F. Smith Knoxrille division, haa been promoted to PERSONAL. Ueiiural Komi iVUater ol toe L. ft N , with Tlfllinif MlH3 MlNNIF. DlNWIDUIE l Opera House, office at Elizibethtown. Ilia frienda here, Mlts Luct Tate. wbere he lived for aomellme, will be glad W 1 WALTON, MauiiKcr. Mkh W. 0. Welch haa our thanks for to know that hia excellent aerricea are ap Cbautacqu paper ONE NIOHT ONLY, preciated by the company. Mn. Jomiua Joneh ban cone to Pulaa Pniladelphia has sixty seven Baptiat The men, Grarea and Spark, who kill- churches and seventeen misaions. The to kl to remain a few week. the ed Deputy U.S. Marshal Dillion, in LauMiis C. 7. Floyd, of nojle, Bpaclal engagement ot America's Comedian tal church memberehip is 10,053 There and Kentucky 'a Favorite, rel a few yeara ago and were afterward RUeat of Mim Mary Myera. bible schools, with offices, are eighty-thre- e Hits May Adam, one of Mt. Vernon tenttneed to the penitentiary, which and teachers, 2,003, and schoolars 23,073. lOTellcat, w here Sunday. the Court of Appeals reverted, were There are in the city 650 Sunday schools Who will appear in the Brilliant Comedy, Miss Kate Owsley, of Illlnof. i acquited before Judge Morton, a't Will with an attendance of 180,835 schools and iamabnrg, Saturday, whttber the caae bad TiiHtnR at Dr. John 11. OwaleyV. dver 10.000 teachers. Mira Kate Hail went to Dantille been taken on a change of venue. Spark SurpHteJ by the finest Comnanr erer In tha Wood. yeaterday to lalt Mlea Nannie LAND. STOCK AND CROP wai a keeper of a "Blind Tiger" in Liu r el, mate. Coma prepared to Laugh till you roar, M 0 IS'uvius haa been Tery low when Dillion went to hi house without Mn. Xlest of Everything that niskc a riucccu. An Iowa creamery has failed for 550,- with flux, but wea a little better laat eren-ing- . authority of law and attempted to break A Great Plot. Witty dial. ogue. Bright Music, 000. Oleomargarine did it. Strong Situations. Perplexing Dlleuias. Hlila it up. A row followed and he was killed splitting Jokes and Intensely Funny a Bix head of cattle belonging to O S. Mimes Hoseywood akd Fannie tne way through. A VERY large large audience listened to Cofley were killed by lightning Sunday The Neweit Coatumoa. tha Brightest Play, the HcrrMAN, of Lancaater, are Waiting the beat Company. tllo Sgoal. Mra. C. 8. Nleld' plea for prohibition at MUaea Paxton. Reserve seals on sale at McRoberls A. 8tagg's. la reported that cattle are dying in of Loulav ille, and theCariatlan church Sunday night, and It Miui. H T. IlAnnis, Western Texas at the rate of 100 a day Mm. Charlea W. Kremer, of New Albany, many were won by her unanswerable argu mentsaod pitbelic appeals for the protec- from the effects of a severe drouth. Ind , are vMUiir frltnda here. Terra Cotta, the fine Miu.Q. A Peyton an J children are tion of the helplem women and children The nnJInir a few week with the family of who suffer moat by the liquor traffic. She by Judge W. 13. Walker and J. W. Guest, mod asMadison County Fair will begin at Blch- usual on la thoroughly conversant with her subject, won the Likevlew handicap at Chicago Sat Mr. Lewi It well, ncarTurneratlile. AtiKMHflOtlt Acontlnno 1 Days. Mm. 0 T. Helm and children, of and poiwesatd of a naturally bright mind, urday by two lengths over 9 starteis; disThe premium list is unusually large and emDinTllle, are vi'ltlnjr the family of Mr. that ha been carefully cultivated, ebo is tance J of a mile; time 1:1GJ, liberal Horace Cleveland, of Jesaamine, lost braceseach day.purnea lor both trotting and running able to present her view In language both B.muel D Helm, Br , at Peyton Well. e'pecial trains will be run dally at races London, Lleing-toMn C. H. NctLD, of Altamont, accom- elegant and entertaining. It was the most two fine Percberon stallions, a mule and a low rates from DanviUe, tiunford, by Paris and all points reached the K. C. H. of ctlective address of the kind wo ever listen- young filly from the effects of It. For Catalogues apply to panied hi wife and they were gueata O. H. CHEXAULT, President. new wheat, which they got out of sacks Mr. and Mr. II. J. Mcltobert while here. ed to. (HO 4t) J. P, HEIINDON, Pfcretary. left In a field Into which they broke. president of the two banka here, The In a row at Pittsburg, Ki. Pittman was A Jessamine county farmer sold his MeMia. 8. H. Shank and J. 8. Hocker, left shot twice by Bill Mains, a coal miner, in yeaterday for Canada, we mean Chicago, the hand and side. The ball of the latter coming crop of wheat laat fall at $1 per College, and thence to Kansai City. abut ranged around to the spine and produc- bushel and as he raised 2,000 bushels and bTASrORIl, KY. Messks. 0 D. Buhdett, C. W. Sweened paralyris of the lower 11ml. It seems is now delivering it and getting his money ey aril E. D Bishop, of Lancaater, were that Mains bad had Pittman indlced for he is the happieat man in all that region The Next Session Opens September 1. oyer Sunday after the dally paper, from some offense, for which he swore he would The wheat crop in Jessamine will proba Noted for Health, Comfort, Home Oare, which their town la cut oil. kill him. Thursday afternoon he approach bly go over 300,000 bushels. Already about Good Discipline, well Qualified and Mim Lucy Aitehson, of Itichmond, ed Main with a pistol, but waa stopped by 35,000 bushels have been shipped from this Efficient Teachsrs, Thorough Training Va., who Lai brtn with here alater, Mra. byitanders and Mains a- - told to go off. depot. John Steelo sold 7,000 bushels at and wide scope of Instruction. J. M. Pblllpa, for aomellme, left yealerday He went to a store, where Pittman follow- 70c and Elijah Muir 0,000 bushels at 70c. JournaL to Wail reUtireo In Missouri. ed him, and they begun firing at each othGraduates In tbrea different courses, arranged to suit the mental taaaee and capacities of pupils. Mr M. 0. Cash, of Cllflon, Texaa, re- er with the above result. oarrarTcountt department. For Catalogue apply to newed his subscription to thl paper for .1 LEX. H. VAXTOX, President. IIariiy WrniiEii, the inimitable comLancaster. threw 1 1th year by mail yeaterday and the Roger D. Williams, Adjutant of the be bere on the will in $2 for a new subscription for hia friend, edian, writes that he MILLERSBUBG F. Helm, In the eame county. Heeayacropa nltht of the 21 of Auguat "with one of the 8econd Regiment, was in town Thurtday but he can't af- best comedlee and the beet company that evening and paid the boys In full for their are poor and money ecarce, The play ia "The five weeks' service at Greenwcod. ford to do without the Interior Journal. ever viaited Kentucky." Arabian Night" and is said lo be full of Our couuty clerk iseued marriage li- This pot ular school, after a year or unpirallcd sue LOCAL MATTERS. comic situations and interesting dialogue, cense to tho following partita laat week: ctsi under Azbcrry Preitnn and Mim Lucy MontgomC. S.MOKE Purity and Tbos. Keene cigars which enable Mr. Webber to keep the AND ia a roar from the rising to the fall ery; John Lee and Miss Ellen F. Babcock; at Water A WearcnV. MRS. S. C. TRTJEHEART, ing of the curtain. Our cittzjns will re. Turner Le and Miaa Nancy Ann Babcocl ; Larr Paiycini., Best brands of figured lawns at D member Mr. Webber in "Nip and Tuck" Geo. Graham and Miss Lucy Jane Preston Again otters Itself lor public patronage. Within- Klaus' at ft cent per yard. creaerd facilities, an enlarged Kacultv and an ele- and will also remember how he and his All the parties are residents of Garrard. atlurds uuuiuil Wm. B.vit waa in the Polios Court Tatot court of atudy, it of your daughters.opportu-nltlefor the education Waters ft Wearkn keep the best ci company worked to help ui save property nw n nnnr-Bend lor Catalogue to on the night of the big fire in March 1881. Saturday morning, charged with a breach Miileisburg. ky. gar and tobacco in town. lij-iof the peace. He pleaded guilty and a Foun Held. Willlsm Grayson, a ne fine of $35 Please call ALL accounts are now due. was entered against him. The gro who claims Tennessee as his home, Residence. and settle Metcalf A Foster. warrant was sworn out by Mr. Thomas Public was tried before Judge Varnon Sttnrday Six building lots for sale botween Stan- on a charge of complicity in the murder of Cimilly, the toll gate keeper at Camp ON SATURDAY, JULY 24, 18S0. Dick Roblcaou, this county, who charged fnrd nnd Rswltind. H. J. Daret. Si Singleton at Kings Mountain and held in Stanford, Kr we offer that Best used abusive laoguige to his forOn the premises auction our residence will Dansale at puMIc on inno-cen- ee ville street. This li one of the most desirable resDon't forget that Metcalf A Foster will in $100 ball. Proof of bis guilt and (ConollyV) family. idences In the placa. The lot contains two acres was equally strong, hence tbelowness " sell you goods closer than anybody, Prof. A. S. Dabney, of North Middle-tow- n, and has on It a ceat, comfortable frame dwelling of the ball. This makes four negroes in was in town Sunday. Miss Cleo with Die rooms beeldra kitchen, also smokehouse, new stabie and carriage bouse, wood and coal Don't fail to attend the Kirksville Fair jail for the offense, but the one who did bouse, chicken houM, orn crib, and all necoesary Williams, of Mt. Vernon, is the guest of outbuilding and 21.h of this month. and an excellent cistern most conten-lentl- y on the 23d the killinc is still at large. We were Miss Lou Grant. M!hs Georgia Moore, of located. There Is also a large quantity ol aa the beat in the pleased to learn from the witnesses Bryantsville, is with Mrs. Sam Engleman. fine fruit such andcbcnlei, apples, plums, grapes, WooDiiurtY fruit jars are pears, quince strawberries. We are deterwho came from the tunntl that every mined to sell reirardltm of cost. This Is the finest sale bjr Waters A Wearen. Miss Mana Lickey, of Bloomlngton, market. For opportunity oflVred in yeara to thoso who desire whisky fjend has fled and that whisky canIII., ia tho guest of Miss Jennie Lackey. good property in a tbriring town with good 8TKJKEn's Stick 'em Fly Paper, the best not at present be had there at all, The Mimes Maltie Spangler, of Covington, aihoo's anal railroad belittles. remainder In cash, TEUMi. six and good citizens should see that this slate of in the market, at McUoberts A Stsgg's. and Alexander, of New Liberty, are visit tweUe months with Interest from dato of sale. Possessions Cepteinlxr 1st, 1SSC. case prevails and they will have no more ing Mrs. L F. Hubble. Mra. W. C. Belli", Al A 1,1,1 K stir.r.F.n, BL'fldY tire set for 60 cents and other murders there. JOHXM. 1'IUIjMI'S, of New Orleans, is visiting Mr. Geo. W. proportion at Wm. Daugherty's. work in d atanlord, Kentucky Col. Samuel Two Killed at Jellico. From Cap. Bettis' family near town. column Mrs. C. Z. Floyd ofIk another J, II. Bailey, who was there at the time, Walton bas gotten back from a brief visit fers a valuable mill proparty on Dix KWer we learn that about 10 o'clock Saturday to Lexington and other points. for sale. night a regular battle commenced between The friends of Judge Saufley, who are to FROil WUEKCE- TiiKCbeaapcike A Ohio will run an ex- the negroes and whites at Jellico, which indignant at the treatment given him in to Old Point, August 0th, at $11 lasted for an hour and a half, during which cursion Xo Traveler Keturiiej Sick! the Lebanon convention, and are inclined from Lexington. scores of shots were fired. A white man, to carry their retentment to the point of eiIn these tight times each buyer should consult you The delightfully cool wetthcr of last Reese Mullens, being killed outright and ther voting for the republican candidate or blaown interests. Why should you elTeonemer- buy the cbautCOcfor an aitlcle when week has given place to another hot spell, another, Jim Chancy, mortally wounded. not voting at all, should reconsider tho same thing from aoothcr for 40c. To can doiUUls not intensity. to yourself or family, Both of the men were from Saxton and were matter. Judge Sauflsy has himself shown Justice which is riralling sbeol is In the next place, you should be sura to eat good log haulers. A dance was in progress in the articles. Poor good, are dear at any price. NoDeath. Mrs. Susie Graham, daughter low dive kept by a negro named Charles by his magnanimous action that he does where la this more so than In Medicines. You not bold Judge Barbour responsible for the might aa well pay 50c an ounce lor saw dust aa for of Henry Jerkey, died at Highland FriMiller, In connection with his saloon, and work of the convention, but like a true Inert medicines. Bourne has just rcoelied bis Urge stock ol Med( consamptlon, aged 23 years. day the row grew over the women after all democrat hai given assurance that he icine or all kinds. Erery article fresh from the manufacturers. lie now haa the and cheapThe caeo agalnit 8. D. Qooch for cutting bands had gotten drunk. It is said that abides the result and will support the nom- est selection of fancy goods, show nicestarticles, Ac, case turned out to be an ordinary Miller fired both the fatal shots and that inee. Certainly if he can do this every loy- Ac. The celebrated Lamsre's Spectacles aud eye Singleton glasses a specialty. The best brands of mlxod palnti warranted. Splendid fight and the wound waa slight. Fined he waa subsequently arrested, al friend of his will be doing bim an injus- sewing emy can goods, anglers' goods, Jewelry, machine artists' therefore but $5. Danville goods, chromos, fiames, lamps, brushes, books of tice not to follow his example. Friday was the hottest day of the sea all kinds, stationery, a tbouiand articles for the dear grandmas, maiden aunta and the smartest baI need all the money due me to pay my on in North Texas. Beporls from varl Advocate. by In the business-- all at city bills and those who owe me would ous points show that the thermometer reg The Enquirer will print all the sporting Dr, M. L. Bourne's New Drat' Store, once. Istered from 100 to 120 In the shade. oblige me very much by settling at news, but hereafter the name of that blow-har- d, (Stanford, Ky. and pi drunken loafer, child-beat- er Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Whitley Instructed for Hon. G. A. A NEW John Lawrenco Sullivan, of Mn. A. O. Sine has purchased and haa Denham for Congress as a matter of course, & Implement House. on hand here ready for shipment 25,000 Pulaeki.instructed 8 5 27 for Denham, 4 17 Boston, will never appear in the Enquirer Buggy for unless he fights a man cr goes to the work- for which ho paid 27 for Bertrsm, 1 1 27 for Puryear, feet of walnu'. lumber, houBe, where he properly belongs. fCin I wl!l In a lew daya open a n n c.in iwr thousand feet. It will be Wood, The Auditor writes that he does not clnnati Ecqulrer. shipped to Buffalo, N. Y. Full Lino of Agricultural Implethink the lightning rod law which requires ments, Eistern Drummer (to St, Louis mer Dr. Chenauit decided a license of $250, applies to heal dealers, chant) That vaa a pretty bad failure of TJischaiioed. A. Veil, you With the reliable Walter head,Woid Hariestlng that Will Dunn was not a fit subject to re- who mako the handling of rods a part of laaao Stelu't? Merchant-Pa- d? Machines at the Alio a main at the Lunatio Asylum, so he return- their business, but to men who canvass the vas right it vaa, It vas de voret failure of the season, His greditors made him bay that took him country and deal in them exclusively. ed home with the guard Lino ot Baggies and Wagons 75 cents on tho dollar. It is better to stay fall back to tbo institution after bis escape. In Bullock county, Ga , Jake Brasc in peeenpsa as to fail like dot. Puck. Alwaya on baud. In connection with my Im, aa plement business, 1 will alio carry a Unfortunate. William Fields, who well, a negro, guilty of n nameless outrage, was seized by a mob,' which kindly gave Complete Stock of Lumber. sometimo ago, had his eyes nearly put out ! being burned to death or by hot Babbitt metal, came near losing his him choice of Doth rough and dressed. Prices on everything aa hanged. He choee the latter, confessed hia One Dollar Fino to Uitoli a Horso life by the buratlnr; of an emery wheel at Low as any oue. mill a few days ago. He is crime and was assisted out of the world by To a Lamp Post or Shade Tree on any sidewalk In Kuaaell's saw M" rva co'or. His body wis riddled the city ot Stanford, aud this ordinance shall 'lis 1 solicit a share of your pntrvDage, .Respectfully, vJH I " 'j tucu:!very eere rigidly enforced. with bullets. 143-J. M. ItltVCE. recover. E. Jl. BVBX8IDE, Mayor. titan-foroff-aled ami only tjonulne, from Penny AMcAl-inte- Eld. Joitph Ballon will lectnre on temperance at Cherry Grove church, next Thursday night. The Sunday-schoo- l Aesoclatlonioj the Cumberland Prenbyterian Church will be held at Oweniboro August 10, 11, 12. The Kentucky Statu Christian Convention will convene at Mt. Sterling Auguat 3 Dr. Hobb, of Louisville is President. Rev. P. T. Hale la conducting a at Willow Grove, which is largely attended. There had been four additions to Inut accounts. Kit. Fred D Hale haa received 203 new members into his church at Louisville since January 1, 18S0. He bapttzja every Sunday evening. Eld. G. W. Yancey will lecture at Goaben next Sunday, 25.h at 3.30 o'clock r. M. Let everybody attend and bear the author of the "Goring Ox." Rev. W. II. Mllburo, tbo blind chap-lai- n of Congress, preached at High Bridge Camp Meeting Sunday to the largest crowd ever in attendance there The Cumberland Presbyterian General Atseinblr decided to take no further ac tion looking to a union with the Methodist Protestants till the next General Astsm-bl- y. al Mill For Sale! I oOVr for FXjOUIC ula privately my A2VD CJHIST aaaB3SsBiSKPlJiaiaaaaaaaaaBB KIi(fHEJ;XHaWSrirata''S fllmHaaBaaB B.lQMSEMlWiJ?-mf''A m r'sVwisflPiH aBU'SfiJ9M?wH a MILL, ffv0VPII ffi LV ini iw On Dlx River, 5 miles t'oiu Din-II- I. on the, Dan averyva'ua- " uu ituugum lurnpixe. tile piece of Proper! ,V ftfltl Cln liA hail al A harcriln by addreailog me t one at Stanford. St. nil X. 113-li- u JUIIH. V. l?i.Ol Imiid and Town I will Mil to PUBLIC SALE or XioIn. MiajBjPMaafcfflMyMjajajajy PBaTaHalaaw'iiv 1 1 wjajgyyy,-)ty"LW-. g A. ' JawjnajaajMMajsBBBM Cm At 2 o'clock p. v. the following descrited Land aud Town Lou: lit. Twntr-tw- o acres of land In the corporate limit of Crab Orchard and bounded by Klin street, a tin ford strettand Channel's (ip turnpike. Bald land Is near the depot and can be dlrlded Into building lota and will be sold In lots or in whole, to suit purchasers. 2d. A House and Lot on EIui street aud 4 Homes and Lots on d street. Taaust-One-b- alf cash; the remainder In six months, with notes bearing 6 per tent. Interest from day negotiable and payable at the urn national uauk ol Otanrord. Saturday, July 24th, 1880. the highest bidder W SZGRZJ. r - HHI aaHSl&B3l9sZ!BBaHlI:rlaKafeiHSr' "'SHHPvJiiaHHHR' IkkkWf &h. - ikHavLnljiaH,lH . Stanford. Monday Eve, Aug. kwMlacH nfJlHmSdKn Vf I BKaWaflK' 1 1 ten-ten- re Harry Webber,, "The Arabian Night," 1 ''.jHHBBafaaK: night.-Montic- Richmond Fair. n, ErJTiEVERYBuDYATTEHDHttREXCOBSION: 1.886 RaBE-"- ' iasaSlasaB RATE51 j OTer-eati- ng Stanford Female WALL PAPER ! ! WALL PAPER WALL PAPER! . Trimmed unci Heady for rue, tit HO-S- M'ROBERTS & TH03. METCALF. STAGG-'Sj'jflS Female College! II. FOSTEB. REV. POPE, President, Hteterif & AND- - ffit a ALWAYS IN THE MA11KET, TLaoxv JPi-ice- s Sale of - a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, AH of our Sugar wm bought before the adrunce and cau beao'dat the fame jM price. Out One-thir- d Hardware, Embracing 32vexythng, lf We hare recently refitted of our store with hours far that business It ia unsurpasMd ftir beauty and con Tcnlenco. OurQUEENrlWAHE, consisting if I Inner. ra and' Chamber Bet. ia excellent. Them goods are bought from first hands and wodely competition lo prices W only aak you to call and examine goods. one-ha- 133-t- Isyeryeheap. si BOURSE WEAREN -- & ery, MENEFEE. Pealers In all kindaof Farming Implements and Ma chin r, i6afPRflfcHPBj2!qp'p 7 Fta Bmmrni -- ftaHrfages, . V. Notice SHRBEYS,- Sprlng Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Grain, Wool, Seed, Feed, Coal, Lumber, Etc. II rlr lr, rnr' tf 112-l- rr y f f'WWdRJ' A N fc Stmi-SSH3Rtt- THE tk SEMI-WEEHX- Y- ft You may talk about your groves Where you wauder with your Iotoj; PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DECLINE OF You may talk about your moonlit waves AN EXPLODED IDEA. EUROPEAN REIQNINQ FAMILIES. tbat fall and flow'. Something fairer far turn these I can show you it you please: THE POPULAR NOTION OF DETECT-I'V'Tis the charming little cupboard whoro tht Terrible ltesutts of I'rlnoely lUcluslvo-nes- s jam pots grow-Wh- ere Curse of the Ilonso In 5Iirrlujc WORK ERRONEOUS. the jam pots grow, of WlttIliucli Kplleptlc llnpsburcs Whero tbo Jam pots grow, and Crazy llolionsolleru. n of Die Where the jelly Jolly, jolly jolly Jam pots Dt.li-lnttruil ot liy growl Tho grand old house of Wlttolsbach is tho tin." M.tjiirity of CoiivlcU Ara icule On the land or on tho sea, most nnctont nnd the most noblo In Europe I.nrlli" bj Printline "Hun ! cupboards where the It prides Itself on tho purity of Its ancestry Is the charming little " liimpliiiT " ml "illullltii;." Jam pots grow. from any plobolan taint, and considers oven tho Hapuburgs as being more or less upstarts. Teoplo gmiorally havo a ory i,ueer no- There the golden poachos shine, Insanity b tho cun of this liotm King of wlmt a detective rually la," said au In tbolr syrup clear and flno: tion LudwigV shocking and mysterious death is do ailment to a And the raspberries aro blushing with n of the police still fresh in everybody's inliid, and his sucI tnink the dusky glow; reporter n day or two ago. cessor, King Otto, Is a raving maniac, who majority .uf tlm idem mint huo been And the cherry and tha plum may bo soon occasionally rushing aliout stark reu. litis if a triesof Seem to beckon mo to come formed from n modern dotoctiw atone. fov tbat I'm To the charming little cupboard whoro tho naked iu tbo gardens ot the chateau of Nymphenburg, seeking to cscapo from hU atI don't mini tolling you out of tbe jam pott grow. tendants. A fow years ago ho did manage to what you p'rhajM already know that tho. There tbo sprightly pickles stand, get nway, entered tho cathedral nt Munich usual htorloa of detective work aro tho With tbo catsup closo at band, both, 'i horu is net one otlleer in 10,000, And the inarmalado and jellies in a goodly during high mass, and, prostrating himself before tho altar, began a public confe&don of for instance, who ever dlijulsos liluuclf tor row; tho most horriblo and yet purely imaginary nny work h- - may lm bent upon. The And tho qutneo's ruddy flro crimes. Another member of tho somo famdeto;tle is tho man who has tho Would an anchorit) insplro ily, Princess Alexandra, who died n short largest ami tuoit accuinto ki.onlodgo of a To seok tbe little cupboard where tho jam timo ago, would not allow a slnglo sofa in her particular Jau of critaluuU 1 or instiinco, pots grow. palaco, assorting that sha had ono in her head, in a couutu felting caso thorn aru n or w hlch was quito suftlclcnt Needless to refer two UnltoJ Ktntes o.tlcers who will look at Novor toll me of your bowers That are full of bugs and Cowers I to tho strongo freaks of tho prciont king's u Ull. uud after a scrutiny will uy '.Now, Novor toll me ot your meadows whoro the father; of his grandunclo, Otho, of let's svq, tiieru aru thro j men In ttu counbroezes blow I Greece, nnd of his grandfather, tho protector try who are capable of luch work us tbK r stieteli inking But sing me, if you will, Had Jack is doing a of Lola Montcz. Slag, Clever Charlie is in hock at .loliet, Of the house beneath the hill, AITUCTION OF TUX HAI'bllUrHlS. and tiweet William is tbo only one who is And tha darling llttlo cupboard whero tho Tho two next heirs to tho throne are marjam pots grow largo it must bu William, to he at ried to Austrian archduchesses, who nro scarceto locate ii.iaiu, and when they get Whero tho Jam pots grow, ly likely to improvo tho strain; for epilepsy Where tho jam pots grow, tliey hnvo th man who did tha work. him has long been tho bane of tho im;ierial house "Wolf, sowral of the hoys uru very clever Whoro tho jelly jolly, jelly jolly Jam pots Archdulo Albert, tho of Ilapsburg-Lorraingrow pumpers, and rh;ht there is whoro all tbo generalissimo of tho army, who is tho kindest detective work of thd Chicago 'Tis the dearest spot to me and most lenevolent of men, Is n terrible vio-ti- c On the land or on tbo sea, otllco is done. There aro probnhly no letthereto. HU fits havo been worse and moro ter bltillors in the country than hheo uui Is the charming little cupboard whero the frequent since tho awful death ot his favorite jam pots grow. Kipley. If they can get hold ot a muu who daughter somo years ago. Tho latter was enthey think kno.v whi.t they aio aftur, tboy joying tho forbidden luxury of a cigarette, will put him nway in a loll nt the central, CRANKS AND LOVERS. when sho suddenly hoard her father's footsteps both ot them will get into the cell with approaching. While attempting to hide tbo and by u peristcut course of imostlon him, The Trouble Tliey Cause I'ollcemen at tho cigarette behind her sho set Uro with it to her ing carried on in a very energetic way they Cap I tnl. muslin dress, and was so shockingly burned get tbe prisoner to divulge many things will Cranks are drawn to tho capltol llko birds that feho had to lo traniortod from Schon-brun- n he would never havo ho would havo sworn about a beacon light. There is at. otllcor to Vienna swathed in cotton wool and given away under any circuniituiicus." placed on duty up in the domo expressly to lying in n kind of oil bath. Tho ouiwror's l.Vrl.KEYTI.M. NEWSI'Al'Ert IlhroKTS jumping oil. Not a day brother, Louis Victor, and hU cousin Joliann, keep them "I cun fcco how that might nork after passes while from congress is in session that they nro likewise afflicted with this most horriblo tboy had a man, but how do they get him? are not at the capltol Cranks, newly-marrie- d malady, w hlle his father, Arcbduko lYnncls It must take some ability to got him. I folks, and lovers tend naturally toward have cei tiunly read somo very intortstlng tbo domo, with a vlow probably of getting Charles, and his immediate predecessor, Emnewspaper leports about how Deterth e So- uearor to heavon. Thero is a turn in tho peror Ferdinand, were also victims thereto. In tho caso of tho latter, who abdicated in und tio, while strolling down State street saw stairs that is known as the kissing corner. 1IS, tho dbeaso took n peculiarly horriblo individual whom be n suspicious-lookin- g is proverbial that lovers novcr pass up form, reducing tho unfortunate monarch to It 'piped' to a remote part of tho city and to tbe without take eventually arretted In the possession uf prop- breath. doma is said stopping thero toconsti- tho verge ot idiocy, and rendering the lifo of It that a properly his wife ono long martyrdom. been tho plundor from erty supposed to havo tuted girl always gots tired when she Insanitj has n!o mado Itr nppe.iranco in tho burglary of old Moneybags houvi. It that point, and a young man wasreaches novor nluujs iteiuod to mo that theio must bd a known to object Tho turn is so situated tho house of Hohenzollern. The Into king of Prussia died mail, and Prince Alexander, good deal of shrewdness in tho otllcer who persons standing thero can bo soen without being a complete lunatic, U wrao-wha mysterious looking party whp to' that two tan from neither above nor below. It olfors a "daft," or, to use u French ilmil, 'Sevnny U.:y oIe looks no different fruu ,; men who can be beru on the great temptation to rest Tbo whispering eral spiders havo spun cobweb in his liraln." k. otbei gal'.ory has become so woll known that Thanks; How h than to tho unremitting and devoted enro sticotnn int.tbolr secrets 'That's ull in your eye, ' was the riply of young folks who don't want tho dome and of the late Oeu do Itofder, the priuc, who Is carried to the otbor side ot tho 'It's as simple as rolling o t I public property of it by the echoes now gray headed, ha lieon nmdeivd more or u Ic when you know how it is done. The mako very careful to keep tutet when they less pretoii tabic, nnd has been anvil of bis story you rud lu tbe jiapors U mude from aro Inveterate- habit of proposing to olojw with tho report iuriushcd by the lutruted roach that elevation. Cranks, it tbey are recognized as such, every pretty girl or mnmed woman be met, otlicers for tho reporters of the daily paprrs. allowed to go on the doruj, but they several ladies lwing somotlme-- favored with Of course the boys want all Ot tbe credit aro not are always hanging aroun I for an oppor- thtso roynl oilers in the space, of u single aftertbey can get out of the case, and tell u noon. Appointed mi honorary general, ho up. protty n toi us tboy cau invent. It would tunity to slip tbes) So oral attempts have has iK'ver pinioned the emjwror for rdfuilng adventurers to step out been made by trover do to tell tho truth uLout tbeso cases. yet to lntrut him with a command in 1VT0. His out of 100 are workod into space in pursuit of eternity, but as was brother, Prim George, who claims to be n You see, nluety-nin- o only one has Lcen successful Ono man through tho b pjeal of some thief or by tho tall of bis coat just as ho dramatist, rendered himself conspicuous sotrw who keeps ported on the doings of others of caught stood ready for a plunge forward. Many tiui'i ago by his ridiculous nnd singularly his o!as in the city. of attentions to tho ofiicer intimately, and have been caught calculating with insane tlie French during her stay nt Carlsbad. "He knows somo eyes tbo ditt&n.'o to the concioto below. not infrequently is in the regular employ of KMiLIS.t IWVALTV AND UEtATIVKd. induced to go down tho city. lie goes to this otllcer whom he They havo always Epilepsy, which may lie tru y termed a in tbo ordinary way by tbo winding stairs. knows and tells him tbat tbo night before Yory Innocent and harmless looking men roynl malady, has made but rare appearances Jack, who is well knowu to go as tbo otllcer, 'turned a trick' on Indiana will stop at this paint and they at climbing in Queen Victoria's family. Hor father, tlw once will crowded kindly Duke of Kent, was nlllicted therewith, and up theengrossed stairs, aenue aliiug with Tommy tbe her children, that tho 'stuff' is 'planted' at such and such circular Moor of by tbo beauty of their great butnoiMof Leopold, Duke with tho exception eyes the rotunda, of Allxuiy, npjwor a place. Acting en this information the will get bright uud round at and prospect of the lato the to have Inherited it This young man, it w ill ollicers visit the pluco indicated and Just sit will begin climbing over tbe rail bo rememlieml, expired during n terriblo lit uround and wait till their man shows up. Then tboy hurry, as if they had forgotten nt Cannes. Nino months before hU death, Lots of ability about that, isu't there; ill a great Soma pcoplo havo an idea, you know, tbat something and hadn't time to take tbe stairs while In the net cf cutting n newsiwper with always ho was suddenly sciziil after a burglary tbe detectives ilt the to get to it A policeman visitor is appear n pair of advised with on attack, and inflicted terriblo wounds at this juncture, nnd tho .lious where it occurred, and, after examining certaiu marts on the window where tbe to tako his time about it and go by way of on himself IWore the scissors could bo torn from his hand. men got in, Immediately suy. 'This is tho the stairs. "I can tell them on sight," said tbo policeTho king of Wiirtemlorg,notorious throughwork of Slippery Sam; ho is the only felman to a reporter. "I can tell when they out Germany for his gluttony and stupidity, low who does this sort of work in this parcome for a jump, and I never give them a is a victim t spinal disease. IIo lias no chilticular style.' Nothing of tho kind. It's There is something in their eyes dren. Tho royal hou of S woden has raftered cases chance. just as I've to:d you in lilnety-iiiu- e out of lt() In tbe other cuvj some cilLrii and the way they look about tbom tbat re- severely by its nllinnco with tho Wittwlbach presume any and Nassau families. It appears that Princo But gives tbe otlicers information that leads to veals tbolr purpose. crank who got on the doice would feel it to Oscar's teeth, especially tho wisdom teeth, intbo capture of tbe man." So wo think it stead of be his duty to jump o!T. AT SlIAIlOVWNU growing right up or straight down, best not to let any cranks go up. shoot out in a horizontal direction, forcing 'Hon- - aLout tbj private detective agen"No, wo don't stop lovers," ho aJ.IoJ, in the oints Into cies I" the lle&h of tho checks, nn inresponse to an intimation that this variety "No better than tLe other so far as skill firmity which Dr. Evans, tho famous Ameriot crank was not dangerous. "They novor can is concerned. Iho only real difference is dentist, is now trying to relievo. His enojgb jump thattbdiois a supciior intelligence in the havo energy at ovoryto landing off. They brothers and titers all have very jioor ccnti-tution- s, to rest stop make-uof the agency people. They aro have to in conequence of which their oyos, Sometimes tboy mako a good deal of noiso first rale at shadowing a man at tbe rejuest about throat n'ld are afTected. Tho It The 'kissing cornsri' Yoa, of ears, sou of tho king of Holland died a short of his employer or wite, but any man with only course, tbey stop tborol But tbe real genordinary good sense w bo knows bow to keep uine article aiu't satistled with that They time ago of spinal dlvxise, complicated with his mouth shut will make a good shadow. stop at evory turn in the stairs! Lot's roe, other nmlmhtti. Deafnttvt seems to Ixj u very If you will watch the prirate-agonc- y men now. Let's mako a calculation how many prevalent complaint among roy<im, mid rarefully you will ilnd that they associate kisses a real ipooney couplo who are visit- jiorhnjw this may explain how it is tint to largely with tlie criminal class. tour will many petitions remain unanswered. New Tl.oy are solid with ono or two leaders and ing Washington on their bridal get in on a round of the capltoL No, tboy York World. all tho gamblers. All tblevos of any prominence uro gamblers, and, as soon as they can't kiss in tho olovator; that's crowded; look of Abraham Lincoln. turn a llg trick, tboy aro suro to turn up nor In the1 gallery, but tboy of nas if they'd I Tim Nomination me on ono ashing ton David Davis told like to. here's tho tomb occasion, when hero or in somo other city and 'play tho put their I nuked Mm in to tlw unwritten liUtory of under the crypt; they always blink n little. Tho agency moil who aro with tbo gamblers hear of this as heads close together to wojp over that, and tho Ch'""ngo fonwntion of ivM: "Tin' nro only four men who know It. Of soon as tbe crook strikes town, and a little never hear you tell them thut it's empty. good inquiry set on foot will show wheio tho TbU is a particularlyaro so placo, because then) fair I mil one. The others uro dead. many narrow The of that body nnd tlvs nomination crook came from. If, then, in tho course of It's dark, and tbero benear it They'll score half of Abmha'rn Lincoln will never l told by a few days a complaint h lodged with tie aisles they Anally got out Next a dozon is the me." agency people from the town wheio the fore and thon tbo crypt After that No suggestion would movo him from this suspoctod pal ty has been tbat a big route they got untasy. It's all light in tho library powltlon. As I looked nt him ho fwmed to deuce game has been played, or tbat a and the rotunda, liut they make up for ooze out tho Idun that ho could n tale unfold forged or raised check has been worked on this ou tho way to tbo dome Now, just of fctrange machinations, queer bargains nnd some bank or other institution, it is not so ery hard to imagine that tho. thief who count tbe landings and you've got it liut strango combinations the unfolding of which it isn't fair to call them cranks. It's only might work great ruin to reputations of men was recently so Hush 1. tho man who turned temporary with tboia 'Washington Star. nnd parties nlike. Now tho hhtory of that tbetrKk." "And us to lam: robberies I" Ktnuiiclpntioii I'rocliiiiuitliin I'en. body nnd of its comwtient jwrts f sufficiently The well known to make absurd "Well, they ate a good deal-hkImprestbo cases I was givon tho following information by sion. Thero wns nothing in such an could of counterfeiting. It takes a skilled and MrM)avis a friend whoso veracity I havo novcr had not havo freely imparted it experienced man to blow n safe or vault, und doubtless- ho and who called upon Mr. and tbo pro)ortion of toother causo to question, few days ufter tho procla-- ! was able to havo narratod many illutrntivn Lincoln a very incidents which would have been signitlcant clase uf criminals U so small that it Is not so tery hard to nay whoso work h particular I matiou had been issued. of the st iking and picturesque movement of Mr. Liucolu told hi in h IIo relates that job In lu u caso ,of murder whore there tho occasion. Hut ho lid not. Bloomlngtoii had been askod for tho pen he used iu (Ills.) Cor, Cleveland Loader. were no immedisto witnesses you will Hud signing tbat historical document the police will at rest in Ji riminately that "But," said Mr. Lincoln, "I cannot for the from ilfty to - W toughs and then rely on Tim N.illvo Srtiool ut Minims. it Is. It it , their ability as pumpers to got some ono of lifo of me say positively which my Wo wero nt Madras about twenty-eigh-t desk at ono of a dozen or two lying ou tho hit who may know who did it to squeal hours, nnd 1 wont ushoro and drovo alxiut on tho guilty man. If this fails then they that time. Yet," ho added, "1 will do tbe I visited are as the end of their ropi and have to best I can to select the right ono, and, in . twice. y. in tho tho uativo schools und saw whlcb 1,0 Madras it will be a gie tho caso up. You wilt find byjcokiug any ens,mo of a story" near relative,Lincoln ' und . nit forty littlu girls Christian college, (you know in a school that over the records that In overy blind case of romlnds always had a story, It is said, with which was kept by a Christian nativo lady. Tho nny 'iiinortaiico the detectives surely to illustrate a point) 'of the man who wa llttlo girli Inturufted mo most, they looked bo tho principal or on of the aci-n.i'iuii.i-importuned for a greut man's autograph in droll in their picturesque dress. Thoy wore n gives himself away by ouie foolish his possesion. Attar securing a good round quantity of turkoy-ru- l drapery, mid wero movc-UUIca- go Trihuno Iuterviaw. price for it, ho assured tbe purcbasor ho had much adorned with Jewelry their oars, noses mado a great acquisition to bis collection. nocks, fingers, wrists, nrms and ankles nil tv.l ltiitlU Were Oncn l.'iiiertud. That 'it mutt be gouuiuo, for it was written decorated. Somo of them wero very protty, (J real things wero once oxr.ocwd In Kng " nil very tiny Two &f them, aged 10, I was land f torn tho class of hblpj whiib include 4 by tbo great man's brotber-i- law.' All of ... Hingliam Journal. tho launder, Amphion an 1 I'haeton. Thesu brother-in-la- which leads me to fear it is only a told wero limn' of tbo proclamation pen tbat vessel-- j uowover, do not by any means coma , Tim i up to luitlsu expectations in connection is in Chicago at the present time. 8. C in Gobelins. with thorn. The first named proved such u Potneroy in Chicago LoJger. Gobelin m called from Giles that a court of Inquiry was bad tea-boPunxsutuwnoy, To., bos an ordinance Gobelin, who fu ..i mu th wicret of dyeing held on her at Malta; the last seems to be ' providing for tho arrest ot children under wool scarlet IIo ws tho chief of tho tapesnow making a serios of steam tilals whch ou age t try weavers und wool ilyow of ParLs. Tho uro inoio or les unsatisfactory, while tbe 15 yearsp.otm. foundApril thetostreet! after 1, ' skado of scarlet bonmo known as. tho scarlet 1 Novembor from o'clock Amphion Is shelved in and our I m. from Novembor I of tho Gobelins, nnd was tho chief color emllritlsh cousins are getting tired of com- - I and afterL7 o'clock p. Tltnos ployed In tho toiwhtrios. Dutroit Freo Prcsi Chicago , to April montingou her defocti und delays. Chi' i cago' Times. o ' Llr. WI-YOU eUFKKIt with DjpTl L THAT HACKING COUGH can be to ji)lk)r r OiuirUlut? ibllnt)' Vludser Is ijuawntwj to cured by Sbilob's Care. We guarsntee It. M. Madame I 'attl's receipts during her tour I In Spain ai.dI Portugal ntuouuted to $CO,U0. ( Rot.. ... E. Cnt-I.lker-ie- st g ton-yeapro-cee- ts o. Tmc. 3ttnl A DIETETIC DELIRIUM. E0YAL INFIRMITIES. MACKINAC, Summer Tours. 9n Wk rtSteamers. Low Rtea. Journal DETROIT, Interior ,!J!?rt. Pftlfto THt Btnrata MACKINAC ISLAND BTANlfOKD, ,KY. W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. li publlabed ertry TuetJar low price of Vpttial luadayTrtpa dnrU July aad luaiut. DETROIT AND OLEVELAND at. UraM. Cbttefma. h 1. Ratr. OakSM flkow. Mtiiwr. Jtrtrr Watk Day Stiwtaa OUR 1 SaWa aad KitartUn and Krblajr at tht P0WB1I. Absolutely Pino. Tblitrow.lernMrTrlM TWO DOLLAIIH I'EK YEAR. Ditrolt A CUveland Stiam Nv. 09. 0ETROIT, MICH. Tltktta will h raralabad kyyotttTlakat Aftnt.oraddMaa C. D. WHITCOMB, Otn'l Pan. Aftnt, ILLU8TRATKD PAMPHLETS wTOOB ; 7V03Fl.DE5L or ALL cuuu (ot) Kourth acJ JUIn, strength tod whotrtomcoMi. More econouilrsl than tbe otJInirr kinJn, sod can not In mIJ OALD1VCLL, couittitnti wllli tho multitude of low teat .short weight a uui or rhmpbitie powjr. boiuoniy in Ii a candl Jate for Jailer of IJocolo Countr, ltoviT.BssiNn I0WPKa C. cans. KlectloD, 1836, 1C6 Wall Slntt, Ut York. a mirTflolpuilly. Noatly and Ohoaply Exooutod. E. II. Au-gu- it LOUISVILLE, KY. HUlrU DR. W. B. 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H'i. bun. 8 15am 8 40 a m 9 01 a m 9 4S a ia 10 30 a 1,1 No."sV-Kb7- U'-- i. i . t.A,, IxiultTttla, Ky, Lt Corinstoiu...., " lyiilnlun ArrMllleriUurg'M ; 2i ci o .- o purifier, It crj niticli mperlor to any All other preparation of Snrnpurlllu. persons of hcrofulotts or consumptive tendencies, and efcpeilully delicate children, nro Mire to bo greatly benclltod by its use." J. W. Starr, LiicouIh, Iown, writes: " For years 1 was troubled with ucrofu-loi- n coinplaluii. I tried tevend different preparation, v.hlch did me little, if nny, good. Two bullies of Ayer's Siirsapa-rlllcfl'eiied n cftiipleto cine, It U my opinion iliPt this medicine U the l"-- t 1 1 n CD high-tone- d a larima " Johcron " Mayitlll HouTii-Ror- 8 20 p ui A 41 pm fi 08 p m (S 700 pm 4 23 p m 3c p m d ca 7 43 Sr nm J . o o o CO I 5- 8 R M Kt. tun Kx. Hun llly !.!! H 0 Arr I.te MartTllie " Joiintnn " Carlltln " Millfnbiirs .Ullll ( 87 a in . " " larl IxixInKton ... and II 80a 4 7 2.5 a ui 7 46 a ie 8 10 a m 9 Ma in 1 S'J p rn 2 28 p m 2 M pm S 15 p m 0 10 p m m n op pm USApm 0 q p a O S3 ! NoTr.-TralntS- K are dally blood o ClDC'DD,"l: 0ther lxtnn tf,B' Purifier of tho d&y." C. K. Upton, Nashua, N. II., writes: "For n minibcr of years I was troubled with a humor In my eyes, and unable to obtain relief until I commenced using Aycr's SurMiparilla. I have taken several bottles, am criutly hunc nte'd, nuil ljc!ieo it to bo tlie best of blond purifiers." It. IlarrN, Creel City, Knm-e- y Co., Dakota, writes: "I h.to been nn intense suiTerer, Willi Dysjiep-la- , for the past thteo years. Six mouths ago I began to use 8 K o o 2 v u a. to Z o Ul H1 i H ? n lluatfnvloD, Charle.ton, W. V... and Eaitt'ru 3?: 4 o 0Q 4 4 safe-blowe- it5 audSluThX ffl!nt: 4'n.rrVb7ar'iKdVbwkH Va,? t0 corapanfo"101"4"' tM on H, y.il. Jl. E. nUNTIKOTON MORSE, D. A .FEELEY, Oen.l'aM. Agmit, Tray. Atent. CoTlngtnn. Kr. Lcxlnaton Ky 'W ' "' h" ' o o o O General Utile, Recplrer. ' CoTinstoii, Ky, :MMVBovas.pE.g B "CHICHKSTER'S NAMEPAn', i get-let- t e s Sarsiapamia lias effected an cntlro cure, and I am now us well :n e er." Sold by all Druggists. AYER'S I' JOURNAL And the LouiiTilla ENGM5H i'lin OrlKiimi nuil fMl. liMiiiiiic. . " ' ,Jlei:lrr. I'.A...' ' For tale by I)r. M .l. ',.'." " " " r " i. r',,"M, M "'' I' ' ' VLiiV"'',,l,:,.,,. "X whirr. It X Ormid Combiiuitioii THE INTERIOR OOf'!"'"mU? " Hatr - u BOURNE, .v ' U. tl.i, l Stanford. u l'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J.C. Aver ; Co., Lowell, Mass., .'ii.. ,i -- I Itn silt, vl ll,Jt im,,i uoh.iul .. 'ItrilV I I u'.u. r.t. . U.S. A KrTiM' ' tv Weekly Courier - Jo urnal r ., ' ' j dry-doc- OPBRA HOUSE e. tTANrVRDj Om year for only 83 two ptpcra for littla more than tho prlcoof one. your home paper with tbo By paying ut (3 yuu wilt .si IiBB P I. " 'I ' '' lf?Sic,M A '"L ''"" mm ill, i).,M' n- o. HHO VllTII . li ..i. i?m melvo tor Courlcr-Jonrnil, one year W. P. WALTON, tiiro of - Proprloto; of J ' I- Eicbtrouinleteaeti err. Keating capacity, iociuuidk gauery, ratoi to k'0o4 at,iM'lcca. 20sfiO. 8tag, Peu KV. tide Main Street, two doori hootb the Mrera Ilottl, Lrlghteit and ab1at family wtekly in tbe United tamplt FnreNltroni Oxid Om aduitnlttrrrd vrmc Htatct. Tboae who dettre to examine ran do eo at thli ctScr. ijOlrcl. copy af tho Courier-JournOflle--8onth rpDriUittTe newsnanflr of tbo South, democrat ic and for a tariff for rereuue onlr, and tha beat. the wtjitoiaoiy rjf3ivriMT, 8TANF0RD, UVVSTJAAK, r. J