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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886072701 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. Hfttt VOL. XIV. ml x-n- M& jSKsLW 0 eetli iitefiof Imiftint STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1886. NO. 145. QURRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. JAMES II. MCCREARY Midsummer Mad. face, amons ths maar I ICtO a care-worwho writes A The silly youna urnduates Is a Candidate for to Congress, subject ned cnnou'ly. Lancaster, to tho action of the Democratic party. The fashion ol female dreaa ia one, which B, after his name on the hotel register Mr Theodore Curry is Ivin striously I hsre on 2'jrear'Otd registered bull and one The silly old maid with a futiy lap doe III at his residence near town 2rear-oIand several good yesrllngs, entitled to a if adopted universally, would I believe ad1'iib'iar.CfI Tttetituuaaiut Frlttnv H. K. TAYLOR, -- AT register, foraale cheap. A. JI. JFIuliASV, vance the average feminine life 5 year. that she fondles and calls "her babv," so unfortuMasier Tommiu Miller u Stanford, Ky, OfLOOAK COUNTY, Is a Candidate or the office silly novice out fishing lor the firt nate as to fall whi.n running nnd cut a It la a garment, not Gathered up at the The tsar vrwrvuni. ofSuperlotendent of Public Instruction, aubjsct to tbe Democratic dtateConront Ion. flowing free; and when of time who takes hold of the crab by fix- lure gash in his fint-e-, which i' quite pain ex. waiat at all, but t understood If w credit that 11.50 will U elegant material, and upon a graceful fig wrong end. ful and UPCe'sliHlPi the use of an invalid's peeled and demanded. THOMAS Z. MORROW, The silly fellow in a short, tight bathing-sui- t chair, ure, oce has no idea of its diitingue apWm. Doering & Co.'o Xowera, Bind- Of Pulaski oouRty, ia the Republican who lolls and dawdles in the sand to pearance. That it is comfortable ps-dally A temperance mas tneeiine, at which forjudge In tbe 8th Judicial Dlitrict, candidate W. P. WALTON. ers and Beapers, show his shape. in a hot climate "goes without Iltv. Morris Krans officiated, was held at The silly bore who thinks be knows ev- the Methodist church Siiodny night. The Crab Orchard, - - Kculucky. hut I am satisfied that it hai other WILLIAM IIEUrVDO.W erything and gets acquainted with people house wn pa than hygienic recommendations. The bod.kl with an appieclative au lM-401 Lancaster, is the Rejiubllcsn candidate for ice admits of any amount of varioty of ctyle to talk them to death. dience Attorney in the 8th Judicial DisThe silly nure maid who wears Khini-ato- ne & Lot. trict. Election August Id. and ornamentation. Tne women ride on Rfv. and Mrs. Mjrris Erans have regs and gets herself up in chep turned fiom a trip over a portion of the Praisa the Lord. God Is Lovo and Notb horreback astride, and do it gracefully lr,o. T. a imitation of her mistress They are not lundome, aa a rule, but Stale in trie lutrrcalof their school, Gar-rar- T.As AdministratorI with tho wilt annekrd of tbe Injr Elso." DaxlrtH, dce'd, ollr Ut sale privately The silly snob who tries to imprers the half.brecda are. Like the Eurasian of Female Collrge The prospcciH for a MT. VERNON, KY. Storc-Hoaa- e and Lot on Lar caster Indie, the hybrid islanders have n portly strangers by talking familiarly ufitaporlatit full attendance at this famous educational H.8 Stanford, Ky., St., This old and people he doesn't know. Hotel is still establishment this fall are very flattering. Navioatoh. or Somoah unourr, cimelinoia, atiperlor lo the puro nation. One reputation. Charges Now occupied by MtssSuwadoBoszley. H. Pacific Ockan, Jnae, 13S0 The silly widow. who makes her evening reasonable. The Ladies' Christian Aid Society will The tropioal growth are exquisite. Special attention to the trarellng public, 137-J. It. PAXTOX, Adm'r. CONTINUED PIIOM LAST IS3UK. I toilet at her window on the ocean front give a Japauee lunch at the residence of Honolulu ia like n Ilotonical Garden ji. xvircoxrn, Pro'r. houn put could hardly get wife along, for (topping without pulling down the blinds. Mt. Vernon, Ky, JCMr.7th, lSS0.-Vear- e21 of Dr. O'Neal next Friday evening. The MILLEHSBURG The silly father who makes a tremendous exercises will bj diflereut from tbe usual Another stretch of ft weft, and to n ltnlre fret'i ll ral bsnutr, In the vari-ou- a Honolulu we hope lo enter Hie "Golden (late,'' and front lawns we passed oil our way lo fuss over Ihe baby and aiks every one he order of things and promises to ba highly meets If they've "seen his boy " put fool one more on uanareii amusing. Proceeds to be devoted to religchurch I will deliver Ice to regular castomeri In Stanford the blood bounding. The silly Saratoga youth who doesn't ious purposes. How the thouzriteU we "Kalakaua I, King of Hwa!i"-- ai This popular school, after a vcar of unparslled sue and vicinity erery morning at ctss under deer LORD turn liop to Irulllon. hnve it on h!a cotni resides in a handsome know a soul In the hotel and drives out Mav the Mr. Ilibert Irvine, who has a position One Cent Kundav Found. C. We mide Honolulu harbor on palace at Honolulu. II was not la tho city, with a tandem team every afternoon for nith a wholesale millinery establishment ANO Accountsdueat tbe close of each month, or lo ' morning at 8 o'clock I w "P in Louisville, is at home for a few weeks re however, on Sunday, or we should have had show. wbenrustomirqulti. MRS. S. O. TRUEHEART, Tho silly eld married woman who weara cuperating. Mies 122-- tf catch the fret glimpse of the "desired) ha him viiitlng the ship, aa be olten does, the Hattie Marrs, who has Lady Psiscipal, iiEUAimoir. skirts and sashes and skips around been tbe short " What a new moadn the Psalm- monthly steamers. Tho coinage ia silver guest of Miss Mamie Olds for a Again offers ltaelf for publlo patronage. Within, ten t Is the hotel porch like a girl of IG. creased lacllltlea, an enlarged Faculty and an ele5o week past, returned to her home in Danist's words take on, when the reader dollars, halves, quarters and dimes and 'X. vated courie of study, it affords unuiual oprortu-nlllc- a The silly hotel clerk, with a Cape May ville Friday morning. far the education of your daughters. sea. "I)iired haven!'' Aye was It. V very prettily gutli'n up The gold curren-- FOBREV. C. POPE, tor Catalogue to who supposes that all the hungered for the land. About an hour cy is that of Ihe United S:ates, ae well as diamond pin, Mllleraburg, Ky. 0 it ley Ray was lying stretched out at 6nd 133.2m heiresses are enraptured with his beauty. bow," OottageBreadand Fresh Oakes, Strawfull length on a bench, learning his8unday before making port, on the ''tar board the ubiquitous and handy "nickel." The silly ward politician who goes to school a berries, Ice Oieam, Butter kept on ice, A NEW looms up, what at first ulht seetns to be At length our cargo of 1 don't know lesson, when a companion rudely fresh and nice,-- Ico to retail; Ice-col- d the alts of Renjllolo, how many thousand bag of -- augar was Atlantic City to get on the gocd side of the yanked him ofl, breaking his collar bone. lofty Island, about gathered there Buggy & Implement House. Older, Ginger Ale and Lemonade. atthoenlrinceof the Auckland Harbor slowed below; with hundreds of bunches of big political boea who are This last accideU is simply recorded as an Don't forget that It la headquarters for good But deThe silly bather who goes out beyond Hut as we near it we dhenver that lie bananas, admirably wrappsd in their own item of news and not as a warning to other I will In a few days open a the stake to show he's not afraid and has to good coast, dried leaves and packrd a low-ly- in pression la linked to little Sunday school boys, frr fresh air-- in be lugged in like a soaked rat by the lifeThe blow out given by the colored Full Lino of Agricultural Implo-raont- s, that, in turn la lined lo Ihe highland at a pen en the upper deck; and many ila extrnns right winir, and theic as we bundles of the finest sugar cane I ever saw; guard. Odd Fellows last Friday bronght to town E The silly girl at the acsside wno piasters etetm along ahore, mount hijher and loom -- all for "Frisco " Then we were ready crowd of colored people, who, With the rellable'Waltcr A. Wood Harvesting her complexion an inch thick with cosmet- an enormous Mac hincs at the bead. Also a more baldly, until they attain an attitude for sci aaln. Oace more we bad a lorelv notwlthetandtng the hot weather, appeared ics and thinks nobody knows the dilTir Kent tick 'a lionle East an excecUinglT 1 000 fee', with of ptrhapi to bave a pleasant time. A brass band Tttilnc, to sail out of harbor; and the en- ence. voa Full Line ot Buggies and Wagons shadow of chanting view of plcturerqne outline. Under the The silly young man in business in tba from Richmond and our own dispensers of the pretty city and ila Washington, Philadelphia and and Dealing at ila harmonious and romantic surroundings, city who carries his racquet in and out harmony (?) made the air melodious with Always on hard. In connection with ray Imthe loflcat of the range, Now York. plement busluoss, I will also carry a foil Tboonly line running resorts to some inspiring melody. Erery thing pass foot, Ilea Honolulu embowered In the with him from suburban can nerer fado from memory. ft ..! 4 a &?Af aT T iisiissass delUWlMUlU OlOCIV Ul Allllliuuij e age ol III thickly planted trcca, nod ed cfl quietly and no arrests were made. When night fell upon us, we were let people know that he plays tennis. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINU CA1UJ lighting the eye with I'a Politics in Garrard are in a fix lo te Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as The Hilly fat woman, with proportions rapidly down the ccat due Eist-wit- rd aisD under u aoft moonlichl In her first like a hippopotamus aud dressed like a guy sure. In the race for jailer and county atSOLID Low aa any one. -The stmt circular harbor, at first setms quarter; with the north star on one hand who insists on dancing in all the sets and torney all seems harmonious enough, but ifaou of your patronage. Respectfully, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, things are mixed to I solicit a sharo an opan roadstead; and would be, liut for and the "Southern crots" dipping low, thinks she is as graceful ns a gsiille. Ev. in the aherifl'i contest to Washington City, T. JI. IlttCCE. across from but shining bright and beautiful on the n cotal reef that quit stte-chThe silly old fellow of 40 who decks out a certainty and there is no telling what tbe Connecting in the same depot with headland to headland -f- orming the chord other, A little further, and we rounded his pudgy proportions in knickerbockers result will be. All kinds of rumors are goFast Trains for Now York. point, near tho cen-ti- the extreme! point of Uihu,turnod prow to and a Noifolk jacket and struts about un- ing the rounds, some of them to the (fleet ofthearo-aayeata The Direct RoiiUj to House, buoytd oil, the JC. K. and were off "aa the crow flic" der the iinpreerion that he is an Apollo. a narrow parage, Lynchburg, Daorllle, Norfolk and all Virginia that the democratic candidate haa sold and North Carolina Points. W. V. VTAX.TOX, Matinucr. furnishes dtep water. It needa skillful for our deati lation. Ojt auble steamer Philadelphia Tiroes. out; another that it is a fight between the For tickets and further information, apply to the jagged reef on eith- seemed to ihare in the enthusiastic wiihea your neareittlcketott.ee or address W. W. Mon two banks, the matter of deposits being the pllotaio to ccapo ONE NIOUT ONLY, roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. "breakera" of her living freight, an I broiated the In Memory of the Moore Biothers, of Mt, ter- - coveted plum, er ,tJe, over which the fwrce I give these rumors for non, kf. W. SJ. VICI.UA3t, K. W. FCX,I.F.B, roll. It ia a alght never to be swelling billows with a gallantry and enr- Tvai the ealu ot a summer ercnlpg, ince-.ant- lf 2d YIco 1'ietldent, what they are worth and it is my candid Oen'l Pais'r Ag't. Richmond. Virginia. of enowy, foam age most exhilarating to behold. long line forgotten-t- hai Aol the ihiJowi of night were near, opinion that their value is very small. It Special engagement ol America's Comtdlan The wind blows all the rar round, from When thus brothers urn death tojjther, created billowa dating without intermta. is known to ba a fact, howeyer, that a good and Kentucky 'a Favorite, With norer a iIjq ot fear. And one aion over this natural breakwater. quarter, in this latitude, and Honolulu deal of ecratchin;: will ba done by both bar-riharbor is completely sheltered from that The first to fill was tlia elder, when one think of the immoTable fatties. proud waves -"- Hith-erto, direction by the lofty hills back of ll. Clasped to Milliter's breast, thalaayato the Who will apjear In the Brilliant Comedy, Concert Grand, Er a ilnjl. farswell ws uttered Lincoln Sprole, white, and Calyin the work ol Otherwise it would be well uigh impossifurther"-bl- ng but no Ills spirit had down to rest. Parlor Grand, James, black, were hanged at Fort Smith, laying ble to enter the narrow and tortuous chantiny inaecU; each laborer In turn Baby Grand, Er th echoing .hot mounded Territory. Jo Ark , for murders in Indian finest .. Compan ,111 erer In the Supported by down ita life lo adracte the comtacn cause, nel that admita to her port during the From the nclrcltnic mountain chain, , . Upright Grand, I I. .ah . .All ft Jump took his last ump at Gallatin, Mo., Stale, warn tbe a jM jirrparcu u w-- ij until the completed alructure iaaimply continuance of a Southern or Southwestern Iu mats took death to the other, Best or tveryining inai bum n cucwtm. Square Grand. ttlsn for murder. -tWho Unstred awhll. In pain. voted atomic bodies gale. But the gales all blowing from the hecatomb of wW-ddialogue. Bright AOreat Plot. WittyPerpleilnc Dlleiuas. Music, We axe opening the most care'ully selected, the and Bids Memory of Becky. Siroo i! Situations. Qneat and Mat stock of N. E. A aoon as the ship gets within the And there In th arms ol Jeaus he leuon ia at once bolh imprei'lve splitting Jokes and inteoaely lunny al A mutual friend, that is a friend of the He peacefully f.U asleep oppressive. the way thiough sheltering cover of the protecting hills, she PIANOS AND ORGANS To (o met a mother watting. mule, Mrs. Esbry and ourselves, sends us Tbe Newest Costumes, the Brightest Play, the We glide into the emooth water enclosed at once strikes comparatively calm water Hut left manr hero to weep. beat Company. coral Ever brought to this city tittj lna'.iument is the death the following touching lines on i.. .i... ..ri.itni xrini of Issued But, and can enter without difficulty. uj turn ...v-..-- b ReserTo eoata on sale at Mclloberts A Stagg's. tho pride of au artist auj prices range from 10 to Doth were kind to the poor sod nesly, No of the first named: 23 percent, lower tnau other dealer aik lor the How delicious the sensation ol real. gocd bye beautiful Honolulu! I am glad And adTooates strong of th right, same goods. Persona ol musical and art culture Old Reck IideaJ, inoreaja" for a few hour at lean. It la I saw you. 1 shall nsver forget you. hr-e- r DeT0tJ soni and brother). ar Invited to an Inspection bf Ike beautiful, cultiNo more her tread vated , refined tone and artiit leilgnsot thcie celehome Is rotbsd of Its tight, of beavsn, in ila way, for the A a fute taste Gro. 0. Barnu in Jesus, brated instruments; Will ever sound "tcmneil lowed and not comforted. On Embry'a ground. Aill a happy youog life I blighted tl Tho Knabc, tuo Fa Fiuncisco, Cal , Jolyl5,18SC. the blow that so sadden!? M, 81oly, the weary "Mararoa" ia warped San 1 Finn SuiKEr, cor Market. A disconsolate wife j sorrow bereft ones remember mons Decker & Son. the Popular EvIn four through her life and tne urea Grieves into her reHful "berth," DearIktciuoh: We have turned into That Uod doeth all things well. erett nnd the Rcllablo Now England few O'er the sad wreck gine takes ita noMy earned repoa of a to euro Fever and second month, and I am to "report IS our Pianos, 01 dear old Beck. Acne, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Sea Bathmq Unfashionable hour; to gather frost vUor for theJUal progress" during the first. For it has betu Fever, Dumb Ague, UIIIous lover, The Celebrated Olonga and Warren and Arnica Salve. course. Bucken's Fashion baa its tides aa well as the ocean. dash orer the appointed Fever), Liver decidedly. When I think of Dcnsue (or "lJrcak-bono- " on "prozress," the John Ohuroh & Co. Organs. The beat Salve In the world lor Cuts. Bruises Complaint, and nil diseases arising from Tho emancipitedl pwitngera ruth to the Sin Franciscan Once in a while stylish trousers are made Sores, Salt Uheum, Ftrer Sores, Totter, Chappod how unknown Malarial poisons. the Bab Please communicate with us for catalogues, terms -- almost as a glove. Anon they look like , eh ne how unwelcome to "the at light Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin fcrnp..n-deajrtcd elreets "world," and wear and positively euros Piles, or no pay required. I, "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 18S4. and prices.It. I, Ag'ts. H. bithiJlet of tho almoat OOS, Churches," our coming was, I am really collapsed balloons. Oae year women btacford, Ky, uumeroua cam money "For eighteen months suf-crcc- L emphatic bustle; the next they let nature la guaranteed to give purled satisfaction, or i broken by the rattle ol Or ROSE U. IlICaARD, astonished at the hold however light Fnce 23 eonta per box. For sale by with Chills and Fever, References' A. P. Pecny, Mrs E.M. Carren-te- r, ege, acatlerlug qudrivloits, with their people. I gath take its own cour'o As it is with dress, so refunded. McAllster. Penny A before we already have upon the J. M. Philips. J. .M Moore aud Jamts litaa-luWe aettled it, pastime. Oae season is having Chills every other day. occupants. Stanfori Mr. Mrgiiie tinlmes Crab Orcher the fact ol a growing interest, not only is it with summer a Sabbath Interesting Experiences, to bit he in the ccstn; then tho aid MUs Lizzie HuffAfter trying various remedies ard; Gen. W. J Ky. we landed, Hut we would make lli-ly- r from what I see in my congregations night- fashionable g Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dcalor of Columbus, tempted into who wish to recommended to cure, used a man, Lancaitr, real of Hand nol be increasingly steady men decree goes firth that those ly, but Irom the Ga., tella his cxperlenco thus: "For threo years Cure, and lottle of dyer's Ague So we aetout.to huut up our own tion of our aarvicM in the dally pre?: act en rejle 'hall keep out of the surf. have tried every remedy on tha market for Stomby have never since fuid chill. This year tho tido is out on sea bathing, ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no rellol, un church, Iifnanot easr to find, but gontletns.n of "Hoi's cylinder," being, J2DWLV HARPER." with thou Took rle bottles and on til I uaod Electric Bitters. dint of inquiry, Real tail catno upi from tho very inturo of their employment, and those who are fashionable remain PREPARED BY ahed in n, palloi rejalca as usual am now cured, and think Electric IBlttcrs tho boit cluse observers of the tomprr of the public the beaoh while the Purlflerla tho world." Major A. B. Reed, with debrla, and the ground they among the breakers, Perhaps It would bo BIod Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. littered of West scrvf; and over sitting, watch in hand, ready Sold by all Druggists. of tho bathers old standing Kldnoy afltctlon and says: "Noth coTered with dressed building stone, with usrvous iiagers, feelluu for the pulse more appropriate to speak Caihe-dral1 events tho fact lug has ever dons me ao much good as wecinc to take thelt place in ihe handsome variations of that most changeable of pa- as the sans culottes. At by Tcnny & hoard the remains that the "American aristocracy" Blttera." Bold at 60 cents a bottle in cjuraj of erection. We tients Ihe hoi)olloi McAllster. and is not this Bialop pteAoh to a full congregation, We are in the near Hill now -t- he "Irv- (at which they say Jovo laughs) A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. aaaemhlage: season bathing In public. Why, then, do of kta clergy to u auuller one ing" which holds over a 1,000 and iu an Capt. Coleman, ecur. Weymouth, plying between subaltern beat excellent position far our purposes. Aud men and women of fashion go to the and I am bounJ to sty tne Atlantic City and N. Y had been troubled with OHIO & MISSISSIPPI eight. Was it not the King of France who cough S3 that he was uuabls to sleep, and was hie commanding officer, out of;; the lessee gives us its use tor half price Dlacovory for Con Ltwu aheetea do nut alwaya ojufer the bsiug favorably disposed. Is is a remark- once marched up the hill and then marched Inducsd to try Dr. Klog'a Nowmm gave miiani rouei, The direct through line and old tstabllshed routs the down again? Oar social celebrities go this sumption. Itnotouly gift of utterance, for it la a gift, and able how the dear LOUD has givea'ui the from sorcnoss In his breast, hadu't. beach, look at the inviting but allayed the extreme curato had what the aioceian fivor of Tnoitro and Iltll Wssaes the year to the nis children wre similarly aflected and a single Lonisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis -e-wavei which seom to murmur a protest doso bad the same happy effect. Dr. King's New hare I heard a better .diicouwa world nrouud. and all points in the West. against the fnalouable boycott ami return Discovery la now the standard remedy In the aentence clear, freihland criap t ; or Ol tudiences netrly till up the lower schooner, Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis, city lacking trie brace derived from Colemau houss hold and on board the eweetergoapel-whl- ch i'far better-ih- au Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati tbor, with asp.-inttl-e in tni galleries. And to the Bottles of this Standard ltsmedy at to et. Louis. Honolulu, on the text, tticy listen, as if for lifs. Taere has baoa sea baths. To the winds with such non- free TrialMcAlIstor's Drug Store. thtwehard in A Penny Only 10 haurn from Loulsrlllo and Cincinnati to vt. Louis. the Son.of Man, who ia ia heaven," a steidy, healthy growth, In numbers, from sense! Tne man or woman who wants to Positive Cure for Piles. veu ia Tho Only Lino by which you oan 3d.) The theme friends -- Dr. Ciarles take a dip iu the surf this summer and re John the first. Oir gjnd To the peopled this county we would aay that got a ThrouRh Stooping Car name "society" objoots is unwor where Jeaua ia. I do not know tte Fox and hU wife hard sustained the non-or- of fralus because ws hare been given the Agiucyof Dr. Marchlsl's -- or whatever ho waa -From Clnclnstl to at. Louis. thy ttie hUh name of Amerioan cltiun. Italian Pile guaranteed old Gtrrard, for. generous hospitality. of the curate, recior The decrees of fashion are generally so to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Is the only line running him for the "cup of cold wa Nuthiug could exceed their dulicate attenSir but I thank iVI. ibrougn from Louisville Itchlpg Piles. Prlco 80c a box. TJlG U. gate that day to one thirity soul, at tions to the Troupe Kranjellque, for senoless that aoy one who possessing in Blind Blooding or & McAUitcr, Druggists. ter he and Cincinnati to St. L'uK all other routes being always can Heldom obey For sale by Fenny made up of a combination iif small roads. wbion, may the good LORD bless theoi dividualiiy and character least, that I know of. And I shall Daughters, Wives and Mothers. moit "agreeable" pereon, bore and hereafter ihink of him as a Tho Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Of recent maudstes, that forbidding sea We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's according to Earl Derby's Sleepliw Cars on night trains; Luxuriant ParBlessings forever, nlso oq the heal of I.e. Female Pis. sag faajMiittai PjfosBsrSsMSiskM?affc lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day CoachFemale Itemedy, t cure bathluulsoue of tha tmst abiurd. Our es on all trains. good Dr. Pendleton, of trie "Pilgrim Bip- dtfinltioD, ono who agrees with us. who feels inclined to eaKs,suchaa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and "Holy Commun- tlsl churcb," who lent us his preachim; advice to ny one and close connections -- r made In UNION We had the joy of the Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaceme t or bearing Direct DEPOTS with diverging - lines by tbe (I. A M. since I gained placs, wlion we had to relinquish the "Met- sicrifice com'orl for style in this matter is: down felllug, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o I Railway, thus utoMId.- troblesame transion" aertlca too-alThe Bucket Pum & Water a serf, but enjoy the surf." fers by othir routes. a Again, I mirrel "Be not Temple." freah lUht upon its practical import, ropolitan HHeadache, Bloating, Spi Tbe Ohio A Mls.ls.lppl Railway Is the only Hn Purifier from tho above, went A remarkable story comes from Green- nal Weaknees, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, ftfrerh, at the uniformity with which the between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Loins serTice of increasing dellght-a- nd Is an lmproetnnt on any Pump or Eator yet under one management, running all lis Inveutud Tbncupa dorendtog tullof alranl aa of "joy in the LOUD." Baptists have taken us up -a- gain, the wood lo the effect that Clem Bishop, a, man Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drugback to our ship full trains through solid aud In consequence cendlng lull of wtr, drculaies tbe air Irom botRoute ! la recognised First-Clatom to top of ciiti-ri- i r wl, removing wlgglae, We sailed at 0 P. M. and our passengers world around. God bleu them. May seventy years old had been united in mar- gists. Prices ft and 11 SO rer bottle. Send to Dr. Cities. twwu loose water bugs, and remit r leg ih w.it-- r pur Y for pamphlet, free. Apply to tlckt Aiceuti of counectlng lines tor In, one afier another, in gocd they keep It up to the end of the chapter. riage to Rett Beaton, a child only seven J B.Marchlil, Utlca, N. all color, bd las'e or .melt Thl. Pump baa dropped For sale hv Penny A McAllster. Druggist. lull particulars aa to rates, time, maps, circulars an Improved chain; uo link to get twl lid; each They all eeemed aa pleaaed with the Foraweek we found shelter in the pretty years. The grand jury will look Into Ihe cup is solder! p' time. and Ini'twl ot link, or sny desired some are Hall ol the "Pilgrim emirch." Then the matter. Hoi not AKE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion. a rlat piece nt nalraulred lion la Med Sandwioh Wanda aa we were; f- IM Trav. Pass. Atf't O A Bl IIT, u i. purchase a pump until u ' Constipation, DlMtneM, Low of Appetite, Yellow W, 11 . 3D ail uv, The islanders are a, way was nnexpec:lly opened Inio "IrvW.M PBABOtir. quite jvled, tuough. v ... M l, Cox is coming home from Sklnf Bblloh'sVitallur Is a positive cute. For m. Minister I'res aud fJeu'l M mV. W. 11. lUUUlNN. and contented lot. I ing Hall," where we now are. Boemtngly,-happCinciouatt, 0. sals at M. I.. Uoums's. rurkcy to run for Congress. r f'- Biwmnqualor met u- bpgoT', d NOTICE. wapiv. 13S-li- O. B. HARRIS, Ag't -es- ray-In?- ;" m GEO. O. BARNES. ear-rin- Sale of Storehouse d BTEWCOMB JUOTEIi well-kno- MAHAnn.v-cflTUTUiLA- -orof main-talnlrg- lu tf m i. Female College! ICE! ICE! ICE! POPE, President, Per REV. to J. Harris fit j run-nin- A TRAIN es 112-l- Opera Stanford. Monday Eve, Aug. 3 er Harry Webber, ---., PIANOS ! "The Arabian Night," e -- Ague Cure WAI-RANTED AYER'S lYorlil-reiiovrne- "pell-mell"-an- d ei I J.t gj-x- post-otUc- y, eight-neeln- I a al O. & M. sea-shor- t? L I Bel-do- err iRn war:-Hea- Olntrtent-emphatlc- ally way, -e ss N, rma-entl- y, ??'.. y - iii&mjqmiJ 'T a. OOrt" . VI ..CF.: w shows J m nmw iwppi"1 ! vv. MESOLUJICNS 01-- HSPT, g Dr. Oltt ws struck by a train and se.V j, wfr riously ibjuud at Somerset. Vices. At a Meeting of Lineolu Lodge No. CO iil Qtj...-- ' Viljiam and Perry Tartar, in jail at A. Y, &., held July 23, on, tho occasion of These fellow democrats are tho men eSsSJ t) rour party has chosen for' its standard- - Somerset for illicit distilling, escaped Sun tho death of our brother, M, G. Neviur, '" July 27, tKO beaten and Sks you to support. They are day night. Stanford, Ky., the worshipful master appointed O. W. Richard G. Rady, a school teacher, of Greer, B. G. Alford and W.' P. Walton, a all good men and true dm5crat and it should be your pleasure as it is yaur duty Arthur, W. Va , shot himself Sunday at the committee to draft suitable resolutions exW. P WALTON. to go to the polls next Monday and vote residence of Mrs. Julia Middleton, near pressive of the feelings of the lodue at its , , for them. As an humble member of the New Hope,,Kj. f great loss, and IhavirpBorted the following, . party, who has never scratched a ticket It is said lhatB. B.GroomWSoB, late which were unanimously adopted: DEMOCRATIC TICKET. and who almost feels like exclaiming, "The of Kentucky, have swindled tho Francklyn Whereas, the Grand Master of the UniFor Superior Judge Joseth IUbisocb. democratic party, may she always be right, Cattle Co , of Texas out of 37,000 cattle and verse has xeen fit to call our beloved brothFor Clrcutt Judge J. W. Alcorx. but right or wrong, count us always for that haye vamoosed, They were tranagers for er, M. G. Nevius, from labor to his eternal " Commonwealths Attorncj-- H. C. ' County Judje-- T. W. Varsox. party," we urge upon you to vote the the Company. reward, thereby covering the chords of ten" Circuit Clsrk- -J. P. Baiiky. The total collections of internal reve- dered friendship and ticket from beginning to end, and use all CouDt7Cierk-a.J3.CoOP" honorable means to secure its election. nue for the last six months are $110,002,-81Iicfolud 1, That while we bow in hum" ot which Kentucky contributed $15- ,- ble siibmlMlon to the will Him, Who 11 This ia the last appeal we will be able to County Attorney D. K. Caipkmikb. " Aieeesur E. P. Kiit.iEor. make to those of our readers living at re- 740, 040; greater than the amount ot any doeth all things well, we tender our sin Jailer 8. M. Owim. mote portions of the district before the other Stato except Illinois. cere condolence to and join our grief with " Eupcilntendent Common Bchooli J. A. Boulx election and to them we send warm greet Gen. Wolford declares himself great- that of hU dear ones, who feel tho severe " Burrcyor F. B. Howard, ineiand ask that thay stand by our stand ly pleased at the nomination of Msj. Botts blow even more sensibly than we who and work for them till the laat and says he will make some speeches in and cherished him here. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. minute of election day, bis behalf. The old man thinks he will Iluohtd 2, Thatweiemulate the bright exTub democracy ot tbe distric. and counrun for Lieutenant Governor next year. ample of his life, which in all its phasts We were a little piemature in compli ty presents a ticket of unezceptionallj good Brodle, who on Friday jumped from demonstrated his devotion to duty, to his menting C.J. Bromton for his promptness men for the auffraRM of the people next has also leaped into friends and to his God. No brother was more in accepting the invitation of Judge Cole to the Brooklyn bridge, Monday and we confidently look forward dimo museum fame, having been engagd faithful to his obligations and noro lv:d " prosecute the Kowan murderers. He would to a sweeping victory all along the line. In a salary of $100 close up to the precepts of Masonry than not go, living as a reason that the last by a Brooklyn manager at the first place, per week. The Jump was made on h wa- he. Always present at lodge meetings, Ltgislature had reduced the pay for such Hon. Joseph Barbour, its candidate for IN AKU.NDANCE. ever ready to assist in all good works and work and that he was not working any ger of $100. Bnperior Court Judge, is an able lawyer, a Frankfort's centennial will be celebra- to answer the appeals for aid or succor. more for glory. Hon. Aiher Carutb, his Col, John Brother Nevius was a model man and a gentleman of the highest standing among peer in every reipect, has gone thither ted October 6, on which occasion those who.knoif him beat and ia himself deliver the principal true Mason, whose earnest Christian life to prosecute and if he gets a chance the Mason Brown will Stanton will and peaceful, happy death will cause us to without even the taint or suspicion of a will howl. Judge Cole has address and Maj. Henry T. fraud. The bent of his studies and re delivered his charge to the grand jury, read an original poem. Many other dis- acquire and live up to those virtues, of searches admirably fit him for the position which if he lives up to will rid the county tinguished people will also speak. which he was so fully posaesied. be seeks and be will fill it with ability. A convention will beheld at West Lib-ertJletolml 3, That we wear the usual badge s, says he will hold his of lie Hon. James W. Alcorn, candidate for Thursday, September 2, to nominate ot mourning for 30 days. court for 12 months, if necessary, and enCongress) and Circuit Judge, is in every way worthy of force Jlesolitd 1, That a copy of thete resoluthe law if it takes all the military in a democrslio candidate for the honor his party has conferred upon the State. Young logan, who was shot at for the Board of Equalirition. Hon. "W. tions be sent to his grief stricken widow Conhim. Studious, energetic and 'prompt, ho the and that they be published in the Intebeginning ot the outbreak, died P. Taulbee will not be opposed for will bridg lo the bench a ripe knowledge of Saturday. gress but the woods are full of candidates rior Jourkau was said that his death wou Id It Oflhe IIcNt AfakeN. law and a peculiar fitnew for the ad minis Done by order of the Lodge. cause another flow of blood, but the re for the other office. (ration of even and exact justice to all men. county, Misa, a band of In Newton A. R. Penny, W. M. straining influence of the soldiers preventSocially and morally a model man, he will ed it. lawless men have engaged in maltreating Brother Barnres Coming. make a model judge and old Lincoln, which is alleged, have We have always been a friend of Broth- colored people, and, it Low ry asks the oth roudly owns him as her son, committed several murders. Gov. A dispatch from Rev. Geo. O. Barrier, er Barnes, his defender and er counties of the district to come nobly to friendship can not withstand some has ordered Sheriff Harper to summon the dated at San Francisco, yesterday, says. but county, if necessary, to his support, guaranteeing that they will things and we are forced to draw the line. entire body o! the "Send mail until August Sth to Chicago, confinever haye occasion to regret the bring the scoundrels to justice, and, if that In his letter on our first page he tells of dence they repose in him. he will order out the mil- general delivery. All well." This would the Sandwich Island women wearing Moth- be not sufficient, honest Hon. R. C. Warren, itary forces of the State. Such cattle will indicate that he ia about to start Ent and CHEAPEST AND 1IENT er Hubbirds exclusively and then discants "Old Dick," having been endorsed by his be permitted to infest the earth. will scon be here. on the beauty and hygenic advantages of not party for a second term as Commonwealth's what to us is the most villanous appearing One of the English Cranks. OANtlLLE. BOTLE COUNT T. attorney, is before the people of the district garment that erer enveloped the female They have "cranks" in Eogland as well for a ratification of that endorsement, which Mr. John Bayne and Miss Mary F. form divine. We do not object to the dear as in America. Callers by the score sent his first term has so eminently entitled him Adams obtained marriage licenie this brother dilating upon the advantages of in their cards to Mr. Beecher at the Northand with an to. Courageous, conscientious women riding horses astraddle; in fact we morning. western Hotel, most of them very nice peoeye tingle to the thorough execution of the of George Sebastian An Infant child should like to see a pretty one attempt it, pleclergymen, literary men, local offi laws, he has made an excellent prosecutor and was burled Suneven if she were a Sindwich Islander, bu t died Saturday eyening cials and prominent citizens generally. One and has won the confidence of juries and day evening. Tor (lie llcrry Nchvoii. we must protest firmly though kindly Lincoln men everywhere. this morning of the callers was a very little bit of a Quarterly Court .began against this paper in any way, shape or white-faceman whose great tangle of Indiqountj takes especial pride in the fact that form leading its aid, counsel or influence to with a very light docket; only ten petitions an-black hair carresstd his narrow shoulhe has acquitted himself bo creditably and and four summonres. the spread of the Mother Hubbard. ders in "Buflalo Bill" style. He was on cherishes the belief that the other counties Judge Owsley is expected in town toAFrER a struggle drawn out to the G7th day to hold a called term of the Circuit hand early on Sunday morning, but Mr. will as gladly do him the honor she proBeecher was resting after his trip. He was poses, of rolling his majority to the highest ballot, Msj W. H. Botts, of Glasgow, was Court for the disposal of chancery busiJOB r. WATKBH. back a little later, bat Mr. Beecher had as our correspondent, Col. S. M. Burdett. figure. 3I.t WKAREJf. ness. Our county ticket is likewise a capital predicted, nominated for Congress at Som Mr. B. F. Phillips is spending a few gone to the church St. George's Chapel, I Dr. Guer- - think. He was a persistent li'tle man, howone, acknowledged to be even by the repub erset. He is perhaps the most available days with friends in Jessamine. probably return ever, and hovered about the hotel during licans, who know the utter useleasmsss of of the many candidates. He is a fine lawyer runt, at this countv. will the afternoon and eyening. Finally he attempting to defeat it and have conse- a good orator and has a bar'J. As legisto Mt. Sterling, his former home. Chui. Carroll has been In iail several cornered Mr. Beecher and went into rap. forth no candidates. The can- lator and as Asaiitant Secretary under Gov. quently put He was a phrenologist didate for county judge, Hon. Thomas W. Leslie, he has served the State and dur- weeks on a charge of burglary. His moth tures over him. ing the war fought gallantly for the lost er in in town this morning and claims that and the ambition of his life was to tell Mr. Yarnon, has filled the position for two Sti-eetyears, bringing to it a legal knowledge cause. That be will succeed Gen. Wol- - an inyestigation will show him to be men Beecher just what he was good for and in what line of trade he was most likely to be and a ripe experience celdom possessed by ford is a foregone conclusion, as no repub- tally irresponsible. ISuccewon to Waters A luntj. snccewful. Mr. Beecher pleaded fatigue those aspiring to this most important office. lican can hope for success against him. A badly formed little negro named Jo then, and with a vague promise of a That the people are satisfied with his adSrezx Denuau, of Wayne, has reason Graves, who plays the fiddle under great just If, U is shown in the fact that to be proud of his race for Congress. He disadvantages, is in town with his sinful "sitting" in the fnture persuaded the little ministration of it 1 purchase on an accommodating O he had no opposition in his own party for staid with them nearly to the home stretch instrument and "draws the hair of the man to H M "boots." Pholgraphers, too, were about in the nomination and none now from the re- and was withdrawn just before the final horse across the bowels of the cat" on O CD abundance. publicans. ballot, which resulted Botts 5G, Bertram 49. street corners for revenue only. Jo hails tr1 n Excursion to San Francisco. County Attorney D. R. Carpenter, candi- The vote of his county was then cast for from Lebanon. B date for reelection, has pleased both his Botts and virtually nominated Lim, Den-haThe Ohio A Mississippi Ruilway has now A large ice house belonging to Judge o o u party end the people in the conduct of his is destined to cut quito a figure in the Fox, and full of good ice was sst on fire on sale round trip ticket to San Francisco 4 O L3SflJWH.i!). .:! ill i . . office and his elrction which, is a foregone politics of the 11th. Sunday night; all except the Ice burned, at the low rate of $01 C5 from Cincinnati, :.'Jii melted. A gentleman who would good going until August 3rd, and good for conclusion, is a decided compliment to and that As ohe good turn deserves another, we ..-J during weather return until November 3J. This is conhim. "Doc" is a good one and is as sensiburn down an were about to call the attention of Mr. Storo-Ilooform- siderably lees than the s ble as he is genial and clever. YnnAt-!nIthis, deserves to haye an opinion fare one Jjytlc Knllrilug, opp. Interior Journal John W. Yerkes to tho fact that the Lon- like Thero i3 no better officer, or more obligway, and these who contemplate visiting oilleo and ed concerning him. door lielow Nallonal Hank. don Echo was not flying his name at its ing and accommodating gentleman than Dr. A. W. Johnstone, who has been in the Pacific Coast would do well to avail Luik'i California trouble has been fully "masthead," but the Canned Goods, Bananas, lemons, big; lino Sugars and Circuit Clerk James F. Bailey, and be has Eogland, for 7 or 8 months themselves of this opportunity. For tickCoffees, Cream Flonr, Bacon, Lard, Hams, Etc. remedied and it now appears with its list Birmingham, with ets and full information as to routes, etc., filled the office most acceptably. Popular, past pursuing the study of surgery of republican candidates. WATERS A WEAKEN. polite and capable, he deserves the unaniDr. Lawson Talt, of that city, telegraphed call on or address C. W. Pari, Central WILL MCDONALD WATEM. .. The Corinth Enterprise is the latest. J. his arrival at New York to his mother this Pan.'enger Agent Cincinnati, or agents of mous endorsement that he will receive and the party is to be congratulated on present- R. Garrett is the editor and he is a man of morning. He will remain in New York connecting lines east, asking for tickets by courage to launch such an enterprise in so several weeks before returning to Danville. the O. & M. Ry. an iWfs ing such a man. Tti TOLTWT'X) Bi For county clerk we have a most worthy, small a village. Corinth 1b a little station W. R. Bowman is in Iowa with Mr. An Editor's Vacation. Times being Leading papers of the rather hard, we are going to take competent and clever candidate in the per- on the Cincinnati Southern in Grant coun- his our wife ty. son of Qeorge B. Cooper, a young man of State speak in complimentary terms of the to the home of our mother-in-lanext NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. great personal popularity, and "Thompsie" invention and it is thought Mr. Bowman week for a short visit, and we will give our will do his level best to fill all the require-Col, C. E, Sears has retired from the will make profitable sales. Col. and Mrs. readers a little vacation by not issuing any DI4L11I IK- ments of bis office in a manner that will re- Louisville Foil. A. G. Talbott have returned from Crab paper. They won't lose much, for there ia flect credit upon himself and upon the parA Buflalo Bank sold 5,159 trade dol- Orchard. Col. W. L Roe Thomas, of little news going just now, and we print Drugs, Books, Stationery and ty responsible for his nomination. . Lexington, is in town. Dr. B. E. Wishard this weik an editorial on the tariff, which Fancy Articles. lars at 75 and cents each. The selection of Thomas D. Newland as preached at the Walnut Street M. E. Sunwould have appeared next week. The Morris Murpby, of Shelbyville, fell rhyilcUni' prtterlptlooi atcurUlj compounded. day night. our standard-beare- r for sheriff, after two from a load of hay and was killed. only thing we have had to leave out on Alto Miss Mary B. Chandler, of this place, this account isJBIU Jones' ad. about a farm terms of honest and honorable service as wu noiisaTiaj e i sTA a Bv MaiBjajaKSjaakjHyiAf It it rumored that the principals in the jailer, is in the nature of a promotion that French-Eversofeud in Perry county have died Thursday night at St. Louis, at the for sale, but that is of no consequence, us is proper and deserved. Thoroughly home of ber uncle, whose family she was he hasn't paid us anything for it yet. each been killed. with the conviction that the law Marlon Irons, the Knight of Labor visiting, She was a very handsome lady Brethren, white paper is too blamed dear The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and 8ilyerware should always be supreme and with the who preciptated the Ht. Louis strike, has and much beloved by all who knew her. to fool it away when our mother-in-laThe family originally belonged in Lexing- will keep us a week for nothing. courage to perform any duty that may be retired into obscurity, Dakota Etm bought to tbtimaiktt Prlcn Hin hti Lownt. Watchri, Clocki and Jswelri It. imposed on him, he will make a sheriff of Dr. C. H. WJntersmith, of Louisville, ton, Va., but came here from Chicago sev- Thunderer. paired on shoit notles and Warrant!. whom the good people will be proud and died at Elizibethtown, Friday, where ho eral years tgo. Her father, Mr. N. H. The Commercial College of Kentucky n Chandler, died about two years ago, and University, situated in the the evil fear. was on a visit to bis mother. healthy, historic it has been only a few months since ber and For Assessor, E. D. Kennedy ia presentPleas Clark, alias Ed. Buett, an city of Lexington, ed. An honest and capable man and thorhas been arrested near LivingBton mother followed him. The funeral occur received the Gold Medal and Diploma of red Sunday evening and was largely atten- Honor at oughly acquainted with the value of prop- for counterfeiting, by a U, S. detective. the World's Exposition over all erty, he is fully equipped for the difficult Charles Lockwood murdered Mattie ded. and owned by the late colleges far system of O'Fallon, formerly task imposed by the new revenue law, and itinuau near i err naven anu Being purgeneral business education. If you wish to L. Sneare. of this county, came out sec weareeurehe will discharge his duties sued by a mob, saved them the trouble of J. take a or general business ond in the sweepstake for all ages at Sarafairly and conccientiously; hanging him by doing the job himself. course, read the adyertlsement of this Coltoga on Saturday, running second to the Sam M. O trees, our candidate for jailer, C. D. McKenzIe, book-keepof the lege in this paper and write for circular the great Miss Woodford. Western Unis ponetsed of all the qualities ntcetsary to Chateroi Railroad, at Ashland has decampcontaining engravings of World's Exposi ion dispatches from Saratoga in Sunday's a faithful performance of the duties attach- ed with $18,000 of the Company's funds. lion's Educational Jury and particulars to papers say: "The sensation of the day was The motion to investigate the election ed to the office, being poellivr, firm and the its President, Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington, of Mies Woodford and Ky. courageous, and ho will make a fit suc- of Senator Payne, of Ohio, was defeated .in the appearance the first time present admirable administra- the Sennte by a vote of 17 yeas to 44 nays. Western colt O'Fallon, for cessor to the Messrs. L. H, Ramsey and Tom E. season." In the race on Saturday The tomb of Gen, Grant was profusely this tion. Stuart, the artistic sign writers, of Lexingbeat Jo Cotton, who recently sold Then there is that noble "Old F.oman," decorated last Friday, the anniversary of O'Fallon ton, are here en route through this State for $3000. Key. J. A. Bogle, for superintendent of his death. None of bis immediate family and Tennessee advertising the Lexington common schools, a man who will corneas were present. Two little daughters of James Dooley, of Fair and securing work in their line generLast Saturday the Midway school di- Bedford Springs, Va., were playing on a ally. near doing bis whole duty on all occasions as any wo know of. During the time he strictthe Bluegrass Region's heart of lounge In the second story of their home has held the office, he has worked some ex- hearts defeated a.propoeition to levy ad- when a sudden thunder shower came up cellent improvements and bis whole soul ditional tax for educational purposes by a and a thunderbolt struck the house, passed VTbtn Baby waa sick, no eto her Catotla, being in the work he can but make a suc- vote of Ulto 30. down the chimney, and killed them both. "When Elghtoon Professors and Instructors. iha m a ClilU, she cried for CMtorla, Alex Bailey, while standing in the There were no marks on the children ex cess of it. Mechanical, Scientific, Englneering.Classlcal, Normal School, When abe became Miss, she clang to Caorla, Geo, B. Turner, cept a slight discoloration about the ear of F.B. Howard for county surveyor is also door at the residence Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. When she CbJdren, she cto them Castor!, a good nomination. He understands the in Mt. Pleasant, Harlan county, early Sat- one, and a small piece of skin cut from the COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. business and the fact that the parly gave urday morning, wn ihpj by an assassin side of the other. The bolt did no other Fall term begins Sept. Stll, 1886. For Catalogue and other Information damage, either to the home or its Inmate. Adilrew JAM KB K. I'ATTIIRHON, I'll. him the nomination without opposition concealed in a paicn oi corn. ., L.cx!iiKtO!i, Kentucky. ...iAftnl that it - is well satha4with his rer- - . GROCER, ffiK. MAIN & SOMERSET STS. &tUifoi"cl9 Ely. M. 5, Ehtrin-T.D.UWL- lo-e- d FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS law-break- y evil-doer- MOWING BLADE5&BRIER SGYTHES 1t well-wish- er, FLAVORING EXTRACTS! -- 1 SEVERAL GRADES OF SUGAR law-abidi- ng d Tho Best Groods at the Lowest Prices WATERSiWEAREN Main GROCERS, , - .. ftStanfoi-d- . m . - .ii?r ice-hou- se BE I first-clas- e 2I rirnt ranPHARMACISTS, a mrsummt Tft ) . j le JEWELERS. em-buc- d fnr society-renowne- d Wall Paper, book-keepi- book-keepi- Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Fullland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREltf, STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY bl i - Skmt Stanford Ky B.'d)VWALTpK . A N. L&CAL Mull i iitrroroarnil July 87, 18? IluulnouB Munagor. TIME CARD. T'by the Tarity Cfutir. WfttemAWearf, Debt l'lcklts In bulk, T,R. Walton. Jtiat Irv them. rlU I A i TTTTRrtfinoMar rt PM J O Ttr U 'w 'nlt r r 1 Jr iiri A Givens. T.H. ton had three of her teeth kicked out by cial premium In a mule colt a few days since. It was a Thornton premium, W L Caldr 1 cki. M CmM-r- l narrow escape for her life. anyagi, i Crinler Don't forget that MetcaU & Foeter sell you goods cloter than anybody, STtCKEn's Stick 'em Fly Paper, the beat in the market, at Moltobert & Stagg'a. cb u rch , Ltxisgton, advertise as excursion tSjMam- moth Cave to leave Lexington, Aug. 10 at 7 A, m, and return on the 12th at 0.40 v. m. The ladies ol Broad way Christian train going North Kipm strain" J' Jf .' Th vOT .13 is r. x. Boutn ,. 1.29 aiM. .. Boutn...... ..a le a.m. Norh ti calculated on standard time. 8olar ................. - l in r. m. Ale iboat 30 minute tuUri $7.60 and the enbe over $15. work in proportion at Wffl. Diugherty'. The money is for the missionary cause and Dmrriso BrniNOS. If you arb tired or the ladles hope to see Stanford and this vi worried with buaineM afl'tin, go to Drip- cinity largely represented, round-trip" Fare for the Uuoay tire tet"for '60 centl and other tire entire expense need not Hughes premium and rert. Combined mire nnv ne, S M. HmrtliU'e premium, M. M. Hmlidu cert Ldv rider under 15 years, special preu -Miss LllUe ium by Wsre A Dunn premium, Mi Little Giver. cer'. HeNlake roadter mare, teldloe or stallion, W M. R'le prnnlnm, Abe Cote- mtn cert HUSTONVILE, LINCOLN COUNTY. aMiaBRpBnJit'aKn aiJ'BFB'fegaWaBM kaVrVaHaHSa II' llftBUaaaB i "'"-'- 'i ping Springs and set reited. LOCAL NOTICES. JtU settling time now, and I ask all and in- package at X'ennr & MoAHaUr'a. the moner and must hnve it. H. C. Hup-ie.WATQirw od Jewelry repMred on ehor notice and warranted bv Pnny A McAllo Death Mr. B. K. Wearen shipped a r. Buy the Ham Hog Remedy, the origi- caaket to Brodhead RjmUy for J. II. rack for seven hours Saturday, He annal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - Ethos, a young school teacher, who died swered all the questions with a promptness y. Lamjretii's sanlcn otd in bulk debted to me to come and settle. I need new law a candid ite for superintendent of common schools has to pass an examination before the State basnl or a local board deputizsd by it, which is very rigid and in tome respects silly. Our candidate, Rev. J, A. Bogle, was on the Under the tyle. ny A McAliater. Aowplctk of jewelry, latest Kockfonl watchei a apecultv. Penatock thereof consumption. The old carrisge house next to Mr. William Daughertv'a blacksmith belt), rtz.d to l!i giuu.ul by Mr. W. F. Ramsey, who will build a neat cottage in ill stead. "The Araihan Night" is the funniest of comedies, giving free rcope for the display of the wonderful powers ot Harry Webber, who keep his audience roaring from first to last At Opera House, Stanford, next Monday night, 21. Don't fall to see it. Mt. Vernon.-- C C. Williams, E q , of Mt. Vernon, was here Sunday and reported all qaiet at Mt. Vernon. He says that when all the facts come out in the trial of Judge McClure It will be found that he was blameless In the matter. That he did not go the Moore to raise a row, he thinks is very conclusive from the fact that he went unarmed to their store, which was notori-ou- ly wall provided with guns and pistol. but The examining trial is set for as it is likely that the magistrate agreed on will not serve, another postponement ia looked for. Judge Hiufley, of this place, will assist in the defence. A hold burglar climbed into the window of the toDin occupieJ by D. G. W. Bronaugh in the second story of the residence of Reuben Williams, while he lay sleep in it, got some change out of his shop is PERSONAL. Miea Alme Powers has gone to Titlt friends at lronton, 0. Mirs Koxtn lUlutrs haa returned from a visit to Hrodheid. Mies Annie Alcoiin is regaining her health at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Halme OiuivoEn, of visltina Misses Kllzi and Hattie Owsley. ii Dn. and Mm J. T. Lai8Lky, of Lb anon, are gurstaof Mr. snd Mr. George II, Bruce. Dn. and Mrs. C. Kackley, of Hllli-boro- , are guesta of their daughter, Mrs. Capt. J. H. Mvera. Mifw Ma by Miller, of Washington, D. C , is the guest of Mr Adam Perce and other relative here. Miss Ax.NtK Strode, of 8agar Grove, and Kathleen Roe, of Louisville, are visiting at Capt. C. L. Cook'a a stylish young Mini Jennie Co-wlady of Oaretuboro, and her little sister, Annie, are guests of Mrs. Jefl Hill. Mb and Mrs J 11. Owens have-gonto Cumberland Falls to take charge of the hotel, Mr N'arrla, the manager, having left. Mini Hannah Fair ha returned from Louisville, where she has been attending an art school, and is now the guest of her elate- -, Mrs. S H. I locker. Mrs. Col. T. P. Hill, Mm. William Ltcker, Misa Mildred Lewis, Hon. Tho. P. Hill, Jr., Mr. Hugh Porter and Mr and Mrs J C Hits, all of Stanford, ate at Dripping Springs for a stay of several weeks. There is quite a crowd there, with people arriving eveiy day. Mrs. Jas, B Pjiillim, Jr , with Miia Marv Barton. Misses Ruth and IUnnle Clearer, Mr 1). L. Collie and daughter, Mrs. Robert E Young, Miss Annie x'oung, Mrs. Fletcher Wilson and Mrs. C. F. Burns compose a delightful party of Lebanon people who are at Dripping Springs Others are to join for a month's stay. them on Tuesday. and correctness, which the followins sample will show: Qaestion: What is Kentucky noted for? Answer: For lovely women, chivalrous men, fast horses, d whisky, eloquence, piety and polker, with a budding promise of bve ball celebrliv. world-renowne- O M. Uiven miilt a trip to PuUski county some days since mid brought luck a fine mare and 8 eopt-rwmules, rating irom $100 lo $150 Our villas is fit the quiet and order thai chnnrir Zid ibe rerei t Ftlr. It passed off without of any a note of iix snrcsis kind. I tried to financally, lui' did not succeed. Let it be r HaW?wKKa JMWMsilaMMaKK Yi WTiHb iMgfcwMy. it otr gt jr li.HI&'::1'sHi!HflH fii thl our old friend Mark share nl the blue A graceful incident occurred on Thurs day while the funeral proceeaion was p the Fair grounds. The exibitinn wss suspended and not a ound wa beard except an apprnprive dire perform d by the RELIGIOUS, bind The efiect was beiutl'ul in r.ui'rm Rev. F 8. Pollitte has gone to plate and the courtly "ill b Ion work for the to do Sunday-scho- ol bered. Union. . Numerous citizens of Stanford ask us JEW ADVKHTINKHKNTh. to protest againat Brother Barnes preach ing anywhere before doing so at his old miiiE home in Stanford. They feel a natural de- The Bast WORLD AND first and beg sire that he should come here FOR A Chcapjast that he will so arrange it. ?vBkIs flUnallon. Eld. J. G. Livingston is holding a .Commercial College meeting at Soapere, one of the most desti- HUhnl IL.r od Odd Mr Sal otrr all otbc, CoOtf M, tlht n.rlr, ri.ltU.,forSn'EiolHk.UelM ooo Cr4,U.l.T(.l. tute places in the county, 10 miles from UtieralHatlarMRawitUm. tM. i3TfchMmploytJ.l,trIBantCnr, Crab Orchard, towards Waynesburg. Ser- lotluJinc Tuition, Sutioaery knj Bond, llxnif ISO. Skirt Ta. pecllltlM. Hui4,Tfr-WrlUa- ( nJ vices are held in a little leg school-housail, kaUr . t'l,tnlnU u.in.M lumh Fat citcuUnaiMtcuW.I-HMlTU.ritLcalacton.Ur. where a ssrmon Is rarely heard. The name, Soapere, he says, originated when the coun! ty was first settled and when wild hogs abounded. The inhabitants caught thee We will take bids oa hogs and when tbey were not fat enough to Toll Gate House to be Built at Rowland eat they were used for making soap In Till July 3ltt. riant and specifications can to dividing the meat and soap a big fight oc- found at tnt First National Ba.k. II. Building J.One ofMr A Ij INTER, li-t- f curred and the place has ever since been Commute. known as Soapers. There haye been 8 confessiona to Sunday. I respectively noted off Jarman bore WmWSKM i"m idsaBss MjKMSmMmCWwf Man-cheat- er &r fMaXw V m ., 7s,a rLst.BK V toAiw: mit&ttwmxmwmmr .fkkk Qt "ZXZW" iVolice to ISuililcrs tBIBaiarHUaalaBaJHaWV' Mill For Sale I offer for sal privately my laTiDfERDYATTEND2CHEAH.RCUBSI0H:RnTfS B LAND. STOCK AND CROP I ii c, -- 30UH TU03. METCALF. vest pocket, leaving the garment where he ll On Dlz River, i miles from Danvlll, on the found it, but taking the ptntaloons to) the and Lexington turnpike. It Is a very ralua-bl- a yard, where tbey were round folded up piece of Prop-r- tt and can ba had at bargain by addrrailng me at one at (Stanford. Vy, with the open pocket book lying on them. lU.lia MIIS. C. Z. FLOYD. The amount stolen was between $18 snd $19 and as yet there has been no clue to ! the rascal. Prints of his bare feet were found, which shows that he would wear The F.lgbth Annual Kalr ol tbe Central Kentucky Fair AiiocUtlon will be bcld at Danville, about a six shoe and this may lead to his identification. It ia thought that he also 3, 4, 5 & G, 1SSG. went Into the room of Mr. William, but rRUQItAM KSLARGKD. as that gentleman sleep with his breeches AND- to secure any under his head, he failed Inoreased Accommodations for Exhibitors booty there. Mrs. Bronaugh was not at And VIi!to-s- . home and the Doctor had returned tired No Entrnuro Foe. Prrmiums Paid iu and hot, retiring with the 'windows open Cash without discount. falling Into a deep sleep. This and soon is the second burglery we have beard of Music by Elcliiiorn'd Iiuml, in a week. Mr. H. J. McRoberts lost a Tbe Uit Hand In tb South. The Hustonville Fair. As predicted LOCAL HATTERS. small sum of money from his room, all of there was a tremendous crowd at the HusCornot Solos Evory Day. that tbey tonville Fair, Friday, and the fourth an Fresh Ckee at Waters & Wearen's which should teach our cltfi-- n '" V,'. 3. LYLE, Tret't . 41. MEYER, Esc'y. can not be too particular in guarding nual exhibition ended in a decided success J. ALL account are now due. Please call aga'nat these midnight marauders, " in every way. O.her engagements preand settle Metcalf A Foster. College, Friday night last Mrs. vented us spending much time there, but A IlER0iNE.-- 0a All of our Sugar waa bought before the advance and can beso'dat the same M price Our Six building lots for sale between Stan- O. Thurmond, of Junction City, waa we taw sufficient evidences to convince us STANFORD, KY. J. ford and Rowland. II. J. Darst. awakened from her slumbers by some noise that everything was being conducted in exm The Next Session Opens September 1. Drittino SPRIN09. If you are sick and and without disturbing her huebjind Bhe cellent order and in the beat style. The c (Beers were Indefatigable in tbeir atten need rest Dripping Springs will cure yon arose to see what produced it. Lighting of our store with boxes for th business II Ii Noted for Health, Comfort, Home Oare, la very eh ap. We hare recently refitted for beauty and convenience. Our (JUEKNSWAHE, ccnalitlng of Hnner. Tea and Chamthe lamp she discovered a nrgro man tions to their guests and Dr. Alcorn seemGood Discipline, well Qualified and unaurpaated and we defy competition 1l prices. We ber Het, la excellent. These goodi are bought from tint banda The finest assortment of candles ever crouched under the bed where Mr. Thur- ed to be especially deputizsd to do the Efficient Teaohrt, Thorough Training only aak you to call and examine goodi. brought to Stanford at Waters & Wear- mond wis sleeping. Without letting the agreeable. He tied a blue ribbon on us and wide scope of Instruction, nifgio know that she had seen him, she the first thing, though we were not informed Graduate In three different courses, arranged W. J. DAnaiiTEnY offers hime!f for re- cooly went to tho bureau drawer, where a in what ring ring we look the premium election to the office of Coroner and asks the Smith A Wesson pistol is kept and procur Invitations to dinner went begging and we to lull tbe mental tasks and capacities of puplla. For Catalogue apply to support of the people Irrespective of par- - ing It, she deliberately leveled it at the ne- believe that fully a dtrjn people with the . llMrn ,1 LEX. H. i'.l XTOX, Trwldent. gro's head, but unfortunately it failed to proverbial hospitality of the West End J GEO 8. CAWENTER. Rowfire, or there would have been one negro Insisted on our breaking bread with them W. H. MILLER. A new toll bouse ia to be built at of the Djnville A less. All this ww but the work of a mo- The rccrctary, Mr, James B. Cook and land and the directors Crab Orchard turnpike advertise forbids in ment and she hated to awake her husband his assistant, Mr. G. W. Ryan, demonatra before she secured her game, but when the ted their capacity for the business and did another column. Dealctsln all klndaof- AT.T ST ATT. A MTKIVR treacherous revolver failed to perform its their work to the satisfaction of all conTnr. sale of Judge Philips' properly was STAFOBD, LINCOLH CO., KV. mission, she screamed for Mr. Thurmond, cerned. We are indebted to the former for a failure. Ooly 51,850 was bid for the when the nrgro jumped out of the window the following list of premiums awarded Office, South bide Mala Street, over house and lot and nothing except some Firit Nationand made his escape. Mr, T, by chance the last day: al Hank. plunder" was disposed of. n Farina, Including aouie of the finest 8ADDLE rORfOSES. FOR that night had left $100 in his pockets Stock Farma Central Kentucdy, Sucking colt, either sex, A. L. Denny and Kesldancea,IdTimber and Mineral Town Lola Land for DiurriNo Springs If you want to have close to where the negro was concealed, . sale on commlialoo. the oiliest time you ever saw, go to the and it is thought that the colored gentle- premium, Jerry Briscoe cert. For further particulars tend for printed descripStallion, mare or gelding, 1 year old and tion of thia lection and of properties for aale. Grand Ball and Picnic at Dripping Springs man knew it was there and was trying to 130.2m P. Rifle premium, William on Saturday, July Sis. appropriate it to himself. The negro kept under 2, J. something over his faco all the time and Robinson cert. ! At Hustonville. Eld. Joseph Ballou Mrs. Thurmond failed to identify him. Mare 2 years old and under 3, Abe Cole will deliver' a free lecture at the Huston-ylll- e R E. Gaines cert, premium, Her bravery is worthy to place her name man Pursuant to wrlla of e'ectlon to me directed, I WednesChristian church Mare 3 years old and under 4, C. T. San- - heiebyiilTa uotlc that election! to till vacanclea among the heroines. in theomcesof Juitlceaof the Peace and ConstaEverybody inProhibition. day night, on dldge premium, W. M. Rue cert. ble will be held on the vited. Kirksville Fair. Our reporter who Mare 4 years old and over, Wm. Dodd First Monday in August. 1SSO, Aa follow: Uavino secured a first class shoe mak- attended the Kirksville Fair pronounce premium, M. M. Sandidge cert. Orchard preFor Justice of tbe Peace In Stallion or gelding, 2 years old snd un cinct for too unexpired term ofCrab II. Bronaugh, It, er, I am now prepared to do all kind of it a grand success in every way, financialfine work iu that line, guaranteed to be ly surpassing the expectations of all. Af- der 3(8. H. Biughman premium, J. W. resigned. office In Walnut Flat District for un For tame expired term ot W. II. Curtis, realgoed. first-cla- s in every rcipect. Ladies fine ter paying the liberal premiums they have Shelby cert. District For same office in Stallion or gelding 3 years old and under unexpired term of L. HustonTllle resigned, for tbe work a speciality. Give me a call. A. T. enough in the treasury to buy the park of B. Adams, For same office lu Highland District lor tbe unabout 15 acres, in which the Fair was held, 4, C.T. Sandidge premium, W. L. CaldNunnelley. expired term of Jas. II. Eason, resigned. which they expect to do. On Friday, the well cert. For same offioe in the Turnertvllle District for TnERE is we Ietrn absolutely no founda term Sialllon 4 years old and over, O, T. San- the unexpired office of J. P. Daniel; resigned; first day, the crowd was said to be, by old of Constable lit Iluitonvllle, And for tbe tion for the sensational item published in SURREYS, TuroersTllle, Walnut Flat and Wajnesburg Dli attendants of fairs, the largest seen for didge premium, W, M, Hughes cert, it Commtrcial in regard to a rtipectlvely, to fill vacancy from the trlcta, the Louisville SanSweepstakes Stallion any age, C. T. years and on Saturday it was immense. elicllon, 1880. to June 1, 18S7. scandal at Crab Orchard Springs, which is 14Md J. X. MBKKFJSE, 8. L. C. The best of order was preserved; not a didge premium, S. II. Baughmancert. said to be driving the guests off. There -- T1IK Mare any age, Wm. Dodd premium, S. single disturbance occurring. The dinare more than 100 people there now, and ners spread by the persons interested in M. Sandidge cert. the number is daily increasing, ! Elc. Phaeton pony under 15 hands, A, E. the fair was a big feature. One would have Oralu, Wool, SeedB, Feed. Coal, FROM WI1KNCK thought himself dining at a "swell" enter- Hundley premium, Harry Bruce cert. A FEW days ago, the ordinance making Sick! Harness gelding, 3 years old, tpecial No Traveler BeturiiH it a fine of $1 to hitch a hore to any tree tainment, rather than at a fair. And last in town was printed and posted but not least it was free to all. President premium by P. W. Green, Abe Coleman or lamp-pos- t In these tight times each bure by order of Mayor E. H. Burnside and Mr. Embry, as well as the directors, are to be premium, Wm. Robinson cert. his own lntcrtsta. Why should jou glre one merBOc for an buy Roadster mule, R. L. Hubble premium, chant thing from article when jou can this la tbe Peter Straub was the first man to be ar- congratulated on tbeir success. Mr. Emnot another tor 40c. To do aaine Justice to yourself or family. rested and punished for the offense. He bry is just the man for the business and J. S. Goode cert. I! DRUGGISTS place, you should be aure to get good In tbe next j Best walking stallion or gelding, special articles. Poor gooda are dear at any price. Nogave a Germanthe right to tie to one of with such men as the directors are, it is ao than Medicine. la they did so well. Oar premium by J, E. Ryan A Co,, J. B, San where aa thla moro 60c an ounceIn lor aaw dust a You the trees in front of his house, although the not a wonder that for might well pay Inert medicine a. marshal told him not to, and on his trial coantymen, Messrs. J. E, and J. R. Farrls dldge premium, F. F. Sandidge cert. MedBourne baa lust received hi Urge stock of mMare or gelding driven to roc ka way, Abe icine of all kind. Every article fresh from the he was fined m above. This demonstrates took 'six premiums and about the same manufacturers, lie now baa the nlceat and cheap Piinor. Wines, premium, Wm. Robinson cert Lincoln county Coleman we rhould think, that a man Lai no number of certificates. rI,K8 Inmruemeuttt est selection ot fancy gooua, anow caso articles, ac, Iilquor Claetiiicala, Saddle gelding, 3 years old, special prem- Ac. The ceieDratea jamsre Speotaclea and eye B2Sfcmery Focfcet right over the trees on the streets in front was represented by some of its finest stock glasses a specialty; Tbe beat brands ol mixed tfobnccoB, U"tlef of his own premises, but Mr. Straub was and yery often came out yiclorious. Miss ium by G. F. Peacock, C. T, Sandidge paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, ewlni machine ooodj. analera' Roods, artists' S5mpH, 8SSffilme2L- Firo Arm probably mislead no doubt by the fact Alma Hays took one premium on her fine premium, R. G. Denny cert. bjoki of goods, chromoa, flames, lamps, brushea, Fancy saddle mare or gelding, special all kinds, stationery, a tbousiDd article) for the that nothing was done with Council- brown gelding In the racking ring and a Goods Department Is Iu Charge oTCrt dear grandmas, maiden annta and tbe smartest ba-- " " the hest man Vandevrer for cutting down those at certificate in another, when ereiybody but premium by J, G. Weatherford, W. M. by in tbe buslneaa all at his store, notwithstanding the big flourish the judges thought she ought to have had Rde. premium, C. T. Sandidge cert. Dr, M, L. Bourne's New Dru Store, BtjIC tjtanford, Ey. Model stallion, mare or gelding, regard- about it, Wheat ia going still lower in Chicago, last quototions being 75J for August. Mr. John H. Engleman is the bess potato grower of this section. Five that he nrougni to mis ouice a day or two ago weighed nine pounds. The first bale of cottcn of the 1SS0 crop was received at Memphis, July 21t, from Victoria county, Texas. It weighed 360 lbs. and was sold at 25 ctnts per pound. Lancaster Court. No cattle on the market yesterday. A few mules sold from $100 lo $175. Only a few hones sold; prices ranged from $100 to $125 W. G. Dunn's Abdallah Menenger was sold to pay a debt by Joshua Dunn, his committee, to Snow, Wilmot A Eubanks, for $765. FLOCK AND GRIST MILL, Daa-Ti- FOSTER. Fair at Danville August lIMnli & Featoif ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. JLiOW DPi'ices a s$peeiafity. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, Hardware, XZmbracing Everything one-ha- lf Stanford Female METCALF & FG8TER Miller & Carpenter, PT wa & MENEFEE, ' Blue-Gra- a Favminglmplements and Machin ery, Election Notice Vine Bulgier ItaraiageBf lumber, Au-cu- J30XJ3RTVE: Spring Wagons, Bucls Boards, Pawn Wagons, M'ROBEBTS & STAGG'S. wil PHnBIHIoTS ataniora, Opera House Block, DEAiiBiia- Mnslcl y.. V' - Hgjj TSSi&iiS1 "P'-r- -'r JUKS""- -" y Stmi-3SttkIn3nttrior -- Innrnji THE "TEASER." Dore. TBI There iras a duM clinging of iron, tho sharp, clear, high sound of tinkling rIom, the sound of together. A blondol many voices stranger looking on would have though who wovlcmon and tho liuls the Jostling nsslstoil thorn could not nvoid against cadi other as tlioy crossed and rccro33od each other's paths. Men and boys carried molten motat on tho end of long, hoi globes unlow rods; men swung cherry-re- d til thoy became- pear shaped; boys caught lamp chimneys and enorfainter cherry-re- d tho skilled mous shades from and hastening aside, twirled tho glowing glass in tho "glory holce" that illuminated the sceno and perfected chlroros-cur- a that would hao delighted an artist. ' Shadows of Iwys elongated to fantastic proportions assumed grotesque shapes. Deep shadows beyond filial with moving figures; workmen standing out in bold relief alternate lights and shades producing a weird, uncanny effect upon tho beholder. Tho faces of tho workmen fronting tho great furnace, and of tho men and boys around tho "glory holes," reflected the lui id glare fchot out from glass-blower- s, It was a subjoet worthy of . use'his aunt's wordi, and sang all tho song Wkttafr over and oyer again to the baby. bandages. ".WJiat U It, '.Wore bail luck that's alt Things wasn't bad enough, with Bobby going to have tho mention, or worse, and I had to go and' scald my hand mid arm." Tim waj all alive with sympathy on the II- - projioundod query after query until tho ditails of tho accMetit were mado knownto him. Ho did nut h.ed tho baby lilucking at his trowsora as he bquattal, boy-likon tho Hoor Iwforo tho lire, clasped his i bin between his houds, and stand solemnly Into tlu Ihv. 'Something's up, Tim," said Crlssy presently, noting his preoccupied muuner. "Has tiio 'gaffers' lieen scolding you" Tim bhook "Then you've been quarreling his head. with somo of tho boys?" Tim reflected. If ho told the truth it would not mend matters. It might be as well to let her think she had surmised tho truth. Yes, for ths present ho would keep his own counsel. Ho looked nnxlously at his mother's wan laco and'thln hands that night. Ho was very kinilltb'Bobhy, who 'was a "littlo flngy," to As tho workers grasp their dinner pails and coats and hats, thoy hall each other across tho factory. Boon companions remind each other of npjKlntmcnU. Tho volume of lifo that lias n actlvo directing mechanical forces, remored from tho grooves of daily toil, Is now seeking jwurs into a social channel. It U apt to lie rough in its unchecked tliero is n genulnoaovs and heartiflow, ness alj)!it i that comiieirates for thoab-tne- o rtesy whlrh distinguishes reof tlKfined from the rugged, unatlVeUMl manners of tho shop. made "Hi! there ten!'' Ayoungglas.-b.owe- r a inorcmnnt to intercept tho swift passage of a smftrt looking clerk. "What's this ubout gast" "What luive you heard" said the clerk, eluding t tle glavjblower's grasp: "Come now. You can't piny that on ns. Is it true w!hC tho papers sayf "Is it in tho papers' "You know thsy say Smollet i3 going to put gas in." "Then you'd best ask Smollet about it." Tho clerk disappeared with a laugh as a littlo knot gatltMvd urouiid tha workman who accosted hit. An aralancho of que.tions poured upon tho glasshlower. Tho knott swelled in lizouiitill half the day force was gathered around Eph Murtland. Eph suddenly compressed hu lips, then said: "I don't know nothln' about it, boys. Ben keeps his mouth shut. I shouldn't wonder if it wore true. I'm ready for most any sort of surprise theso days. Go to Smollet. Ask the 'prop.' " Eph was shouldering his way through tho grin, when a crowd witfi a hand graspod hU coat tail. Turning Eph looked down upon a little fellow who might luivo been 13 or 14, but his sizu was that of a boy of 11. "If Mr.Htnollf t puts gas in w ill we get a raise, Ephf tho gas is to much cheaper than coal." Eph paused, looked around, gavo those noirest him a meaning look, and, Minting to tho boy at his silo, said, In tones of measured sarcasm: "Tliero's innocence for you Advance us d 'gaffer,' Why, Tim, you'll bo a gottm' maybe ii a day, lWoro you ever seo a 'prop' pay more wages on account of cheap material. It's mostly tho other way tho cheaer tho material Is, the more reason to wait until we aro reduce wages. If lieljHxi by gas, you'll not havo a tooth left. I tell you w hat, Tim. You'd btwt look out for uuothor Job. Tho new improvement! will knock thy bottom from under the 'leavers. ' 'Cos why! When there's no coat Used, thoro won't bo any iuo for "em." Tho crowd dls'iorbed with a laugh. Tim Bennett, known to all tho workers In Smollet's as Tim, tho 'teaser' was silent, Tho mero intimation that his services could Ik) dispensed with stunned him. Ho avoided his companions on his w ay home. Ho wanted to ho ulono to think. HU head did not feol juwt right Ho had been thinking all day; when his head was not dizzy. His mother wm an invalid. Sho was his mother In theory;, his mother in fact was a maiden sharpened whoso faculties wcro eunt by tho lrictlou of hard, daily Upon her bhouldors anil Tim's dovolved the burden of supporting the Invalid, Tim's little brother and a baby sister, Would ho warn bis nuut of tho Impending calamity Tim pondered seriously over this question on his way homo. With a degree of courago and common miiso rare in ono so young, ho Kilenco would lw the better policy for tho present. Nothing would be lost by it, and lie hoiKil It would not be an bad as Eph Murtland "Spem? to mo you're uncommon lively, eanshlorin' pur bad luck." Tim cease whistling on th. set his baby sister down on the Hour, mid loobil anxiously at his aunt Onunrm tho ruht was swathed in b.-e1 inU-roougood-nature- d gray-haireu con-eluduntiL-iputcd- . Iho furnaces. As tho eyo became avustomed to tho scene, what at first seemed chaos slowly resolved Itielf into system. These loys carrying molten glass on tho long blow pipes are regular in their Invular movements; tho workman who takes tho blow pipe from tho hand of the "gatherer ' never by any chance fails to bo prepared for the frohly gathered metal. He blows In the pipo tho wiiio length lamp of time before ho pass the nowly-mad- o chimney or shade to tho lad v ho thrusts it into tho "glory hole" to give it tho degree of heat required to complete the article fashioned so swiftly and dexterously. The boys Mho "crimp" tho chimneys, and tenders or "carrying:in" boys who bear away the newly made articles to bo tempered in the Hers, or ovens aM work together as evenly as tho cogs in a great wheel. Hut now, with a chorus of cries that recalls ItaM, pliers, tongs, carrying forks and blow pipes aro cast aside. Tho day turn is "off," in live minutes tho factory will bo deserted. A HtUo later, the places of tlieso noisy workers will be occupied by tho night turn in Bmollet's glosj factory, whoso great, fiery pyes glow day and night, emitting a dull gleam only on Sundays. Criyf e, The neighbor could do nothing. And there Tho baby clapped her hands and Mrs. Ben- was Tim's nunt with a burned arm his nett smiled. It was the first time ho had brother with some sort of fever coming on, smiled in many weeks, and somehow, when I and a littlo girl baby crawling under feet. I Tim crept Into tha truck bed In one corner of tell you " tho room, beside hks brother (the invalid, babe Hero Eph suddonly pulled out his handker- -' and Crtely occupied tfae bedstead J the box chief. The action somehow brought moisture termed a bedroom), and recalled his mother's . to moro than the speaker's eyes. I smile, his cheeks were wet with tears. "Well, I don't care to seo another houso like What would become of them if it should be Tim's. We saw It wouldn't do to leavo nlm as Eph predicted, and he should ftfttnable to there his aunt and mother noeded nursing as get another situation immediately. If there much as ho did, and so did his brother so we was auyono to speak to, but they wcro all got them into a wagon, and took them to a alone, and, as poor Tim related to himself hospital tho w holo family. Thoro was a over and over as ho shook his heidl on his pillot of talking, nnd about forty thousand low, "so poor." questions had to bo answered, but Slippery seemed to require wausual at- Dick, Reddy and Meddler wo mado up our Tho furnace if it minds to do it, and wo got there, you bet. It tention next morning. Tim was because his head was sore. He felt tired, takes money, boys, and I know them as can too, but that was because ho had not slept will 'chip in' nnd help to tho best of their well. He worked manfully, howover. It re- ability. I'm doln' as I'd like mywifoand quired, as Eph Murtland Intimated more children to bo done by that's tho wholo story. than once, when complimenting him, Judg- If everybody gives a littlo, you'll nover miss ment much nbovo that of tho average boy of moro than tho price of a couplo or 10 displays to keep tho furnace up. Tho threo supposin' it is 'lagers.' And lamo man. other teaser was a mlddlo-aged- , half n dollar or oven more I don't Now Tim began to think of it for tho first know a better uso for money thnn just tlmo, ho did not know a teaser that wasn't a to help tho peoplo right nround you. That' man. But sinco ho essayed tho nlways Iwcu my rufe. Hold on, now" wavtask no fault had been found with him. ing Kick tho outstretched hands near him. Tho work tho "teasers" perform in a glass "This has got to bo regular. Meddler hero is looks very easy. Tho vasts pots con- going to tako and give account of nil tho day factory taining tho metal are placed on a shelf-llk- o turn gives, nnd Slippery Dick, tho biggest circlo forming tho base of an Immense hearted man in tho factory ho's going to tako furnace. Tho pots occupy all that nil tho night turn gives. A committee of can really Ikj termed tho floor of tho fur- threo will too it'sullstralght but it's nobody' nace. Tho firo grate occupyo tho center oi business what anybody else givo now, mind tho furnace. Tho extraordinary heat of ths. that nobody but tho committco will ever furnace must bo uniform. This is maintained know. Now I wnnt to know whoso lo bo that constant addition of fuel in Miull committee." by tho quantities apparently. To insuro this, coal I A dozen voices named Eph as chairman, In lumps of a convenient Mzo nrotoksed into with power to appoint hLs assistants, which tho furnace at exceedingly brief intervals I Eph did on tho Instant, taking enro to namo with a regularity approaching tho ticking of two workmen on tho nlgiit torco. a clock. Tho workman employed for this "Wo might get up a rattle, or a ball, or a purpose is termed "teaser." Tho of tho picnic, boys, but I'd rather do It tlds way; it's is go intense that the visitor strains furnace all clean money less troublo to everybody," his eyes in vain, yet fails to pee the metal said Eph, ns the workmen gavo their names which fills tho glass pots. As Tim looked Into nnd the amount thoy subscribed for tho retho furnace, its glowing eyes warned to lief of Tim's family. Tho total subscribed by pierce his brain. Ho fancied, w hen his eyes tho day fOreo nlcno was a handsomo sum, atwero not blurred, that ho taw in the heart of testing a degree of generosity reflecting grent tho dazzling fire, tho forms of small animals, credit upon them. Tho proprietor entered trees and bints. There was n dullness ap- tho yard at the moment tho total was anproaching a rtupor in his head at nounced by Eph. times; then gain ho experienced a "Tho day turn 1ms given $127 already." pain as thcugh a ncedlo wcro thrust Eph observed Mr. Smollet as he looked through his temples. There was a around. Without pausing ho continued, ringing sound, like the rushing of waters in directing bis remarks to tho owner: "Thi his cars, and sometimes tho sounds around mony is for to pay for Tim Bennett, bis him seemed muffled in a strange way. Tho mother, brother, nunt and a littlo liaby that oddest thing of all, ho thought, was tho queer we took to tho hospital. His mother won't looking things ho saw in tho furnace. There live long, I guexi, Ids aunt burned her ami, were fish in tho furnace; tho fish becamo Ms littlo brother's got a fever of somosort, ducks and geese, and tho geese and ducks and tho doctor told us ho didn't believe no elephants, and thcclephanUtnrned into 1oy over could work with tho dead load Tim trees, with flocks of birds on them. On thoe carried week nnd more. I'd like to soo this a occasions ho lia&tencd to tho water pail, drank mado even f 150," said Eph boldly. eagerly, and bathed his face freely. If he "I'll mako it oven $200, Epb," said should confess his inability to perform the Bmollct "Como up and get a check for it ho might lovo his situation. What if work, now." Anil tho proprietor turned on his heel should really become unable! How would as if it wero the most common of everyday Aunt CrLtoyptermanngo. now. Sh could occurrences. not wah or iron until her urm was better. "S s shf said Eph. "Don't you make a It might not lw letter for weeks! If ho noiso, ixjys. You'll spoil It. Smollet don't should bo sick, they would nil havo to go to any show, and you ought to know it by tho iworhouse. Everything in tho world was like going wrong all nt once. Ho felt as though this time." Tender hands moistened Tim's parched lips; tho ground was slipping away from under his solicitous eyes nntlciimted ovory want and feet. watched for tho signs of returning nenltli. "Hello there! Look out! Catch him!" aunt returned to her home in two weeks. Eph Murtlaud's warning cry rang through His the end of tho thlnl Bobby accompanied At the factory, but it enmo too late. As he home, nnd on tho samo day Tim's mother sprang forward, Tim fell prono upon tho her permitted to rlso and look at him through was tho furnace. brick tloor of the factory tho open door. Tho world had in truth sllpjied uway from Meantime tho Uittlo of Ufo progimsed Tim, tho "teaser." fiercely but silently In tho ward whoro the teaser" lay liko ono deaiL There camo a day Aunt CrKsy throw jthe last artlclo In nn when Tim dreamed he was soaring to heaven. largo lot of washing back Into n basket ns she said: "Lie there! All th A being with a countenance (teaming with dazzled money's in you is for someliody clre. If I tenderness, radiant with a glory that outdidn't ned tho money, this burn wouldn't lx Tim, beckoned him with wistful eyes and outhurting me now," She fctrnlghtencd herself stretched hand. Tim strove to clasp tho anho felt and looked around defiantly, as though some-Ixxl- y stretched liand; seemed It on his own. butheld to sear hLs llesh might question tho as'jertion. Then sho other hand that leaned against tho table (fortunately baby him back. Boyoud and atovo him lay such was asleep, and Bobby was still abed, though glories as human eyo nover rested on, nor human mind conceived; below and nround it was near noon), and essayed for the thousandth time to solvo a problem that puzzled tho htm fierce fires consumed all within their keenest brains in tho nation, baiUed great reach, a hand of firo grasjx,il his wrist, a heat writers on iKliticnI economy, and caused greater than that of ten thousand glass surged about and enveloped him, when many wise, men much concern, How to house, clothe nnd provide food for suddenly ho opened his eyes. A bar of sunlight slanting In at tho window firo on a dollar a day. When she ws ablo to wash and iron, she managed to cam a dollar and across hU bed fell on his wrist. Besido a day live days In tho week, all of which was him, bending over him, stood Aunt CrUsy consumed. What with medicmus for her sis- with wet eyelashes. Next her stood Eph, the ter, and school books for Bobby, sho was un- "gaffer." A strange figure stood motionless able at tho end of tho month to count a dollar at the foot of the IkmI. "Thank (Jod!" said Crissy fervently. "Do what would happen now if her arm should bo disabled for a fortnight Aunt Crissy you know me, Timf Ho smiled faintly, tried to lift his head, differed in no respect from thousands of moved the hand that lay on tho coverlet, and unprctenityag, faithful, self sacrificing answered in a tono so low they turned their somen to bo found m every community comcars to catch it: posed of enterprising, people. "Yea. and Eph, tho Aunt Crssy, counted and recounted in As Crissy " way, a dazed her wits as usual 'gaffer.' "Wet his IiM," said tho man at tho foot ot b?gan to tangle, atid as usual, when her wita failed her, her temper rose. Sho tho lod. Crisy otyud in silence. Tim suclooked at her sound hand angrily. It wns ceeded in turning his head. "Is Is nil tho nht heron hard, knobby with liard work. It had washed, 'Your ma Is erer so much better, dear, and ironed, scrubbed, patched, baked and darned; had smoothed her sister's weary pillow, and Hobby Is as hearty o is tho babyl" said CrKsy liotwcon so!h nnd tears. "Now wu r.troked baby's cheeks when poor Aunt Crlssy's hop3 you'll be all right, too." poor head was racked with ialn. Tim looked at them alternately. Ho seemed "Well -- worso couldn't happen. We'vo got to the bottom nt last. Until we're in our to lw revolving something In his mind. He coffins wo won't le Iwthered more than wo looked anxiously nt Eph. Eph stooped, mid inclined ids ear to hear tho wonls: "Is tho aro now." gas in " It novcr entered into Crissy's calculations "BWs you, yes. But you needn't mind fortunately for her tho Providence tliat withthat, Tim. You'll Ixj taken care of. Mr. holds from us tho evjls thut nwnit as preKijiu'l a's going to make a clerl: of you, un-livented her from Mip'-tm- g astill greater this geiitlfinan hero tlixts lwtter by you, in tho wuko of tho car of progress as It dislodges thousands of toilers by depriving which he is plenty able to." Eph spoke in a natural, hearty tone. Tim their vocations without giving toem u.i hour's notice, swooping callings uway as looked nt tho strange gentleman, then nt CrLisy, who cxeln lined: c nnpletcly as though they had never been. "It's your mother's brother you nevpr raw "Ill Just like somebody to tell ino how we before your Undo John from the west." could bo worso off!" 'With dead loads of money, Tim. Ju-.- t As if in answer to her savago question, a Camo to seo jou first rap camo at tho door, nnd to Crissy's bharp cono to tow n thing." come in" n strango voice answered throuch glad on mother's account," said "I'm ;lie softly ojxmul door: "Don't lw alarmed, miss. It's only Tim. tho "looser," as ho cla-e- hLs eyos. "That will do for the present," said a physiHo's overcome with tho hent, I guess." And tinii, ns Crissy held her sound hand up cian nt tho door. "The crisis has paseil. Ho in horror with a sudden shaking nt her heart, will soon lo ublo to go homo with you.' Tim managed to turn his face to tho wall. Eph Murtland, assisted by another workman His cheeks wero wet with tears, but they as powerful as himself, boro tho unconscious of Joy, David Lowry in Tho Curform of Tim into tho house. What happened wero afterward may lw given in Tim's own lan- rent. guage at th- - dinner hour tho following day. Slicrmnn Wns Second Lieutenant. The greater xrtln of tho day torco in When W. T. Gen. Sherman recalls tho timo when Binollet's wero sitting under tho packing and lady"' married a "a beautiful young city-bre- d staring sheds or lounging around thedoors and poor lieutenant, nnd followed him to gateway when Eph (stentorian tones d "This tho plains, where ho lived In a dug-ou- t them together. littlo lady had her Saratoga trunk, which was "Boys, this yew not my rtoiu' nil together. tho chief artlclo of her furniture, yet by Baxter Jones, 81Ipiry DM:, Roddy Smith means of a rug on the ground floor, n few and Meddler Alton wo all talked this thing candlo boxes covered with red cotton calico over, and thoy asked mo to lx?gln it. To for seati, a tnblo improvised out of a barrel with you all know Tim Bennett, Well, head, nnd n fireplace and chimney excavated when ho knllumLxed dropped right in his in tho buck wall or bank, sho had transformed track yesterday, 'twas typhoid and mighty her 'holo in tho ground' Into a mast nttractlvo lad typhoid ot that, tho doctor says." Eph homo for her young warrior husluind; and looked about him Just then, as though ho sho entertained mo with n sup'ier consisting of couldn't rojolloct a typhoid that was good. the best of coffee, fried ham, cakes and Jollim "To make a long story short, tho doctor tho commissary, which mado on my couldn't lx mado to IxjIIovo that Tim worked from nn impression more lasting than has mind that day. Ho said and I liellevo it now any ono of tho hundreds rf magnificent banthere never was such a plucky man or boy be- quets I hao since attended in tho txilaccs nnd fore. You see, tho business upset his folks. mansions of our own and foreign lauds." Boys, I don't think anybody ever took on Exchange. over a dead body tho way Tim's aunt did over Sirrnillii(; nil Orel' tho South. Tiro. But that wasn't nnythln' to tho sight Lespodeza striata Ls spreading all over the wo saw m mo uacK room, where Tim's is mother was lying, as wo thought, dead. If southern states. But don't ixia alarmed. 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Huu, xfTTiTTTKoTMr Dallr Dally Si. 5 C Hun. Pullman Palace Sleepers. linuiBYllle t XltHilYaUt', ArrAllllfrJbuTiT.'.' Lto CoTlnston..... " IxInKfon .... " Tarli " Carliilji........ " Johr.fon " MaytTlll.. J Honm-Ret'i- 7 8 8 9 10 3 15 a m 40 a iu 01 are 2 00 p tc 1 2S pm S 20 p m C Atlanln, McmnliiH, Lt Maravlll ' JOttiK'H " Crll.! vnau a iu W a in illonlKoniury, N67oT" "ally Dally Kx. Bun. Kx. Hun 5 M a m 12 55 p m n SI a in 1 S p ra - 25 a iu . t 28. p in tr. . . S ID a. ml S )5 pm No. tr SO p bl 7 43 p m 4 p m os p m Jtloltilu and Xeu OrlcmiH. chnu to points In lilltlo Hock, " " Mlllrnburc Only one A'.r "'' RENEWED S t.r2e,JCof Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS fjerklij: bouiei on tbe line of tblt road will recrlTf apeciai raiei. r8po Agents of this Company lor ratra, route Ac, or write C. I'. ArSlOUE, O. P.AT.A.. Lout.Tllle. Kf ...Ill naS 30 a m ii 00 p m Win-chtit- d so-oli- sum-mone- bo-gi- n Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho hair regains Its youthful color and vitality. Ilcv. H. P. Williamson, Davldsou College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C, writes: "I have ued Ayer's Hair Vigor for tho last tcu year. It Is an excellent preservative." tho use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., had his hair restored to Its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, nnd very gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of tho Vigor were required to restore my hair to Its youthful color aud quantity." TTQTTvTi'l Aycr's Hair Vigor cures dls U OJLW U" eases of tho ecalp. F. II. Foster, IMnccton, Ind., writes: "I had been troubled for veiiri with a of the scalp ; my head was covered with dandruff, and the hair dry and har-h- . Ayer's Hair Vigor gavo me Immediate relief, cleansed tho fcalp, nnd rendered the hair eoft and pliable." arc dally Utwesn Uxlnlon and Cliicliinnllj oilier train ar dally fxriH Suiulay. Direct conn nlonsare madoat Wlcchnter with Chraanrako A Ohio for Mt. BterllM. Aahland luntfnuton, Charlo.ton, W. V... NOTtc.-Tral- nnd 4 aCnrb,.BK?cJn:0Da' Vt- - BY tMt ileatlnatlon reached THE SEMI-WEEK.L- Y- " bisgiK checked to any hr railroad. company! ?r,l,u,r, csl1 ou " Mnt of tha B.K.ft.'jtOIWC, Oen'aM, Aceut, D.A.KEELEY. Ajenl, Trar. I'aas. OiTlnnlnn. Kt, II. E, HL'STINOTON' Itccelrer.Lexlntum ' Kt . ' General ufflcca, Corlngton, Ky. 'CHICHEartH' i ...... Tin OrlKJn.,1 ,. ntl.nr lf M'llhf, fJ. , ...... ,t,4,(,i. j Mrhr.tn . tKKY5MSVA.'. . .1 f. ' I '!,,, i , . , ;.':.; (.tSM." i i i . N'ME wi I Interior Journal ST ANVOBD, iKY. Kold by l,r. I I. Ilrumil.l. ,irrf iihrrA liI '... ter I. ii -- I. I i. ii i,i V.... For aalo by Dr. M.I BODBNE, Bt.nford, I .i PAJ f ., Ayer's Hair Vigor lMtKl'AltKD Dr. MY ? J. C. Ayer So Co., Lowell, Mass., For sale by all Druggists. U. B A. W- - P. WALTON, Fro'r. arcry Tueaday and Friday at the low price of 8alr,r''laal r to uats. t a fapabllibed Cl ciealal C. IjJlZrui un.iikik, k MtW aaajaBirlcuira. i' .kiV yxirtilt, tat rm.v known to ui U lionl and Glret. l Clnolnnatl.lHBI h,I? M eoBiMtr. " cia It a.iuiciica. Alc.tt X LUk. Iludua.r. Y. 'ry Coll by Dru(!ili. , OPERA HOUSES: BTANKORD. rrlca el.OO. KY. I sixl I i . ILL YOU sUKFKIt wiia dbllub'4 Vtullier li iisrsateed to r Gmiplilut . - ) "X Fu.ic li, M. I. Doitroa. V t);fela TUAT HACKING COUUI1 cin be k quickly cured by ShlloU'i Cure. We guarantee It. M. L. Bourne. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor BlieofBUue, 20x60. Eight comulate acta ol 6vi , I I JT023 ; Of S7W OJEU3E3L ACL ClAMM euUOEOW i .... rvr t - r jj DTlLMnl. Fnre Nitron Oxir "at 'UIIPl adi- - trap iiVFvinAg, '!' i?7'l"."tc"'!!uJ,.,"I,l,,"nr "U"'?' ' Hwtly Rati Cheaply Esooutod. inta'. . i, ,..