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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886080301 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. Semi VOL. XIV. Vubtlnhvil Tttemtav mid -- iT & KnV 'W tf tfv Ay1 P ffiWia,, titefin I MOUNTAIN A T7 amfmal NO. 147. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1886. of the culptor to tlio cemetery nt Frank fori, he came to Washington and entered upon hi new dutie. He mado many new frienda looUlly and palit'ctlly. He became at thii time tbe Wthlnstoo correspondent of tbe Loularille Commercial and in May 1881 re'Igned It to tako the xamo work for the Louisville limet, in which capacity he still eervci and bia eervico la of thai kind which han raide the limit' WaliioKlon column one of the brightest and newsiest in that or any other piper in the country. In corjiiDction with the lime be held from papers in Texas and California, doing Rood work for all, and recently bo hnvldeiltohls other jiurnalistlc honors au editorial poidtiun on the Hatchet, a Wa.hinitton paper, under the direction of Mr. 0. II. K ithitker, formerly of tbe A gut and Denver Opinion, oneof the icillr superior newepaper men of tbe land, ileru tliu Judge'it industry and talents have r.n opportunity for (level opment in another direction anJ thoy are developid. In itll hu has undertaken be hti never Incited couraje and Indefatigable energy nnd ttieie added to no active brain and an inatlnct for newe, have won for him an enviable poxitlou. The Jud,;c his studied law and hat been admitted to the bar, and this fall he contemplate) opinlni an ofllce in Vaih!ui;tou and parulni; bl pr.tfeetio'i In oo. j inction to with journalism It U nut necn-ar- y for hiiu, He will compel pridirt surc(4 it, which it far belter than prediction. I'enomllf Jude Kinctid is popular, a good friend and a cood enemy. Hu nflec-tloi- m are evenly balanced, liKinir what he likei and hating what he Lite, Without ri'iivocatton or hypooric. He is a bachelor, a chlvalric admirer of womanhood, open in hi admiration and frank in his cumplimenle; not powerful of ptij(Mue, but handsome of fnoe r.nd taste ful in dre-- s, he ithlnes In society like a star He is of that rare of the first utvrnitude. combination mo unusual to new oouulriw the thoroueb wan of society in sociel); tbe thorough mn ol buslncs' In buine; and amonk' women and men he numbers as friend all wo meet him Iu Kentucky be is known hither and yon and in politics and nnirepapers, town and country, luslnees and bosjmr, JudeKincaid is an element which tl e Coinniouwe allh could scarcely do com-millioLouie-vMoStad- Fridays I 89 1 liJH INNUM, OAHil. t understood If w.ciollt that l JO will and demanded. W. P. WALTON. A der; those who have been longest in the a occupytna the places nearest the Ab hot. The Invltstor reads frrm the Uvea of tho martyrs and thn Abbot leads a selection from tbe rules of 8;. Benedict, after which t he cxtrmporizss a lerson. The monks their faults nnd their penance is a.iKn cd. When they coi.fem they throw them-selve- s prone upon the fl )or and Father Jo seph, who told me nil this, said there were often as many as ten monks prostrate. I asked the Father what sins could require such humility. He said an ordioery fau't as that a monk had forgotten to clceo a door, or had not closed it gently. lie might have forgotten to wear his cowl, wben the rules prescribed tbat it should bs worn. Occasionally there were mor- greviousein, cuch as having spoken. ron-fes- MELODY. Loud Call for Bow. Legged Dudes. To tho Editor of tho Interior Journal I have one reglitered bull and oae Knowing your btundlf sd resource) m the nd eeveral good yearllngi, entitled to a rrgliter, forwlc cheap. lino of gallant (IihIcj and rotvigniz'ng iht-iA . 31. FF.LA XI), Stauford, Ky. cspabllillei (n tSe i t nf plfain tl,e lil'in grasi belles, I make an urgent plea fur relief from a most peculiar emergency. The bare mention nf Ilock Castle Sprincs to many of ynur young readers will send the Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Binders and Reapers, warm blood coursing into tbe finger tire i f brave lads who cs.rry C ipld's brbed ehafls - 1H-Iwithin Oeir biunding b'eoms now But I'vo got a bi: iblrir for Lincoln boys! In addition to tbe countlem sources of mid& Lot. summer pleasures In tho mountoiup, wo A. Administrator with the will nnnei'd of T. havo now a bsvy of more than rirrv of tho T. Uavlctn, dee'd, I otlr fjr tale privately the nmst fascinating Kentucky belles, snd they r 133-l- NOTICE. jabies u. Mccreary la a Candidate (or to Congreu, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. II. K. TAYLOR, Of LOGAN COUNTY, la a Cand'dto or the office oftiupertntondtnt of Pu'dlc Instruction, aubject to the Democratic Stto Convention, G. B. ICAISRIS, Ag'i Crab Orchard, Mill ITor Sale! I offtr for sale prlvatoly my Kentucky. FIiOBR AND GRIST MILL, On Dlx Klrer, S miles from Danvllln, on tho Lexington turnpike. It Is a very valua-bipiece of Property and can bo had at a bariraln by Rddrexlng me atoncn at Msnfnrd. Zj Hu-ii- o Sale of Storehouse Store-Hoa8- JltlS. V. Z. FLOVIi. THE8II.KMT MONKS The routine of one monastery is a repetition of tbe life at every olner houte belong- CHARLES EUSTON KINCAID. in 4ii ti'e rwlj'ct of tbl any per a well knwa a For ketch joiiok lokio v htm Into lore hlui, or ward to thtt flee'. Cnarle Ki'ton KlnctM, the oldest eon of Wet, Gtrnstt Kineald, Ej., of Hoyle county, was born tn Dinvllle, Ky., M7 If. 1855. A portion of hh earlier youth was pme3 In Mumuri, whrc bU father attend to lb 'Ltml War-ru- n' bad reiao7fJ budiiW a attiro-- v f r Mumn jI a csptaln In dlere, hailoi: himself eervtwl II- euttr-v- l Centre Cil-leg(be Mexican wir. DinvlHr, in 1ST and in 1S7S gredua appevrtoce in the ted and uiails h fall o( that ye ir in politic, Multiple:: ft portion of tbii dUtrici lor Hun Poll II. Tbompajn, Jr., oindtdftefur CjnreM. Hi fork in tbat camptigr, as lunch ioipor tance that Cm:r"Hnn Thompson ap oiDtrd Mr. KtnciloV brntlw' Howard to Went Point In recognition at hi. nervlces. Ddriux his ollrjt1 onrt Jlr Kincaid had Farmers would bo benefited iu dczJna of Low iih tiny one, done some wotlc as a nrwnptpor vwrrepond ways by free raw tnalermK They are no, way. acd after bia cat ent in b politic! proteclrd, they arc robbtd by tbo tax on I solicit a share of your patronage. IWapectfully, vans for "Little Pali" hi j nunallitlc tae'e HJ-lX. JI. n wool. But of all the poopio who sre cheat at.d in assumed definite ed by the eo called protection the carpenTltE- with CI C. V. Barton, he pur witboit ters, bricklayers, plasterers, niapons and County .Neva located Life at Cethstmane. chased the Anderson those engaged in similar callings are the ! The .Vrw under bin enat Larnc-bu- r Lt us now look at tho dally routine of silliest. They are not protected in an item raoa whence ergetic rre ripilly dtvthrwd nrd it the life in thii place. The monks arise at -coonee'ed with their vocations, nnd Ihey Xo Traveler Itcturus Sick ronic wlitorUdy ar.d financially. In o'clock A. M The sound of a bell, seem-Itijlpay the pro'ection penalty for nearly everyAugust, lt"7f, ElltorKlncald was elected dlslin, like the warn!" of church thing they use in their trades and in their In these tlgbt tiroes each buyei should consult without opposition to the iffiee of cly bells on the still conntrv air, announce tbe should you home. We call the Mttention of the work-i- Ms own intertsts. Why when you give ono the can buy an aitlcle ju J4o, with jur'nJiclioa fr t e tn Ito conn hour for Matin. There was a knock at people of Philadelphia to the effect saroo tlilnn fioui another tor 40c. To do this Is not ycunetf or family. . iptointed my door and I followtd at once don tho ly In December '79 be which twenty years of tariff legislation has justice tonext place, you should be sure to get good In the Lrs'elatiTC oorre'psmlcet of the Louisville long paMige and into the dark chapel. Tho on labor and on capital in this city. Thwo articles. Poor goods are dear at any price. Nowhere Is this more so than In Medicines. You Journal t PrAi.lf.irl sail for four uoiee made by the heavily shod 'eet of my C of yon who work In woolen mllle have seen might as well pay 60c an ounce lor eaw dust as for nunthn be rep ir tod eile'iilly 'Iib erratic guide told me thu way. But for this nolce c.reat fortunes piled up in twenty years by inert medicines. received Ms large ttccx of Medlloumobasiust movements of tbe Kentuoky Bjlot.", end I should have thought I w.ts following the icines of all kinds. Every article fresh from the capitalists, but among nil of your manufacturers. He now has tho nicest and cheapjng to bl paper from one to three columr ghost of some old monk. Up the dark can you find one who has est selection of faucy goods, snow caso articles, Ac, Spectacles aud eye of mat'er pr dav Tne next titnmer he staircase I went and into the gallery. I saved pennies where the capitalist employ- Ac. The celebrated Lnmtro's brands of mixed glasses a specialty. Tbo t;jt hi intere-- l in the .Vew After the was Its only occupant and knelt at the rail every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, Girls Abound. Where painu old er has saved dollar? Look at tho carpet sewing machine goods, aoglcrt' gooJs, artists' I tell you that from careful observation iaduftryl Capital with millions; labor with goods, chromos. fiamis, lamps, hrusbct, bwks ot en'.on of tbe LgUlature in April lbSO, overlooking the church. Just then a noise by (5 iTtroor les procession entered, nil In white. Tnelr and actual count there ore just 11 young pencil -- Philade'phia Kecord. all kinds, stationery, a teousted articles for the Judge K'ncld w.ta appointed dear grandmas, maf Jen aunts aud the smartest ba Luke 1 lllaclburn . n tbe fift Slate Kail-roa- forms were scarcely discernible. The bent ladiciat Chautauqua whero there is one iu by in tne dusiucss-h- ii , TrnN the Rascals Out. When tbe Dr. M, L. Bourne's Now Drug Store, Cjmmli'ih'-- bi onfrerw bring Col figure of the abhjt could be even in the young man. At the approach of nearly Stanford, Ky. are in power the Federal Ci II. Rochialer, of Sanford, and Mnjar little circle of hall light thrown out by the every steiraer to the Chutauqua dock dur-in- i; democrat ehould be democrat, and no re both cner. "Deu in Mtum adjutoruin intende," the week n bsvy of maidens, fair and J 1'lelcher JjbtiMun. of publican should be allowed to keep hi nun double tbe mi of tbe youthful j tde hea!d, or cried, and th'n from the ghostly street, crowded around with spy glasses and To dep?nd up n republicans lor t! o and opera-glawiu their hands, anxiously plare During the iwjyeir of tbi bottru'i ext-enc- forms oaino tho response, buccps of a democratic ailminiatration, or yrloiif form wre intitu'ed, the heavy with feeling, "Dtu aifMtvmifMM mt gating at the decks of the approaching upon detnocrats for Buccrai of a republican moat mdiotl beloij f e vtabliihuieut of n fttUna " Tnea they sang of the glory of steamers, looking for the possible coming almlnUtration is aa foolish aa for the pro g in the G?d, His might, Htrt wra'h, II m long on all road of some more young men. It is absolutely Jcrnt per mile r prietor of a sheep fold to keep a kennel cf IS WARHANTED to cure Fever and and His forgiveness StVe, luetead o lor 5 Ctnte, as had p:f unsfe fur a young man to stroll about here aheep-killin- ; dog'. Thh is the Roapel, and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, At the expiration of 2 Fever, Dumb Ague, Itlllous Fever, It was cold and damp and chill; jet this clone and unprotected. To walk downonoof vi u ly pMylle.J ehould be lav?. Mugwumjiini: democrala Fever), Liver Dengue (or ,,15rcaU-bono- " year a new Uiard lein(5 titcewary, by was the htshcjllenjoytuenl of the men who tbe nveoues libo Pali'tineorSittpKm avett' Complaint, and all discuses arising from nhould not ntaVe ny tn'stako about it. Malarial poisons. rea.on nl rt re dimrictink' of tha tita'e, and stood beneath me This was their sacred ue olons, all alone with one'i) s:lf, and to New York e?tn. J ud,je Klnoald a elected At crottiry Aboul hour of the day. There wrs a flitig of piss by cottage after cottage, whoso balco"Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. Euckten's Armc Salve tbt eame llinj he wii u'ected Sccrclary of mystery about it nil. Tne voicw roumlerl nies ate crowded with heavenly beings ''For eighteen months suf-crc- cl Tliobcetfia r In tbo world lor Cuts. Druisca the Dem.crH'tc State Central Committee, eaiptr and fr away, and roe up from out drecd iu whllo lavns and dainty-tinte- d zvl!!'' Chills ami Fever, Sorca, Ealtltheuaf, 1'ortt Soros, Tetter, Chapped nitli JjeidijuarteM at LouUville. Durlnc of the blncUncss liVe voices from the tomb wroppcrt, la really and truly a sort of roul UaUds, Chilblains, Cores cud all Bkln Eruptlona, having Chills eVcnj Other day. hMluonmbenry of thi olli:ethe Judse Barely, I folt, here Ii tie jerr lovocntion to torure. One mustcloe his eyes and think and positively cures I'llav, err no pay req ulred. I, After trying various remedies rendered valuable eenicie fit crganir'ng the eptrit o' rellgkn. Tnis Btillne- -t mun of other thing, of Other worlds, and well, Is KUiranteol to ylvo perfect eatlefaotlon, or money recommended to euro, used a important 8uto catnalKce While bo the homo of tho Holy Ghcst. A cunee simply walk on about hh biiiccs and rcfundeil. Price 25 cents per box. Tor s.ilo by lottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and Penny A MeAllster. rrn'road camtaiiwioner he made a trip )P of awo c ime over ate there in the night and walk all fired fat nt that. have never since had a chill. tVonderful Cures. was something uncanny aboul it. A young man met n young Icdy. XowOrleJt), Florida at d Cuba and wrote there J3DWIN HARPEIi." W. I). Iloyt St Co., irholcMle and retail DrugAltera tn the GmnVr-Journ- Those silent men, speechless, txcept when "Good morning," said he, raising his hat rrtr.r.vRnD nv oi me v ry gists of Rome, (Ja., say: ''Wo havo boon soiling In tbu winter of 1SS2 he was addressing God, raided their wonkeiud and pifMinK 011- Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Hitters nnd e tbo' Gittnir-Jottrrxand voicos in ilmort a cry. I: seeoiel "Why, how do you do?'' said ehe, uob-in- fisekltn'a Arnica ttelve for two ycara. liars nsv-e- r Sold by all Druggist- in vie city edl'or of the carried out iuto the nillnes of handled goods that sell as well, or give such up end grasping his hand. "Where i.inr liertitne news etlttor. He wni while the voicw aomo universal satisfaction. Thero bavo Icon to break are yuu golnj,?" - the church toe longiui; nf epirits (tn tht C J. ataf! a member ofdihc recepwonderlul cures elleetcd by these medicine In this Southern Kx away from bodlet that were prison houses 'To dinner," be replied. city. Sovcralcacs of pronounced Consumptisn tlf.n pommltteB of the Orest uiUery. Tnere wan do note "Whal'n tho matter with taking mo havo brcn cntiroly rnrrd by tho usoof a leu botposliiriiatLiulsvllle, when bis emluent where wa only of praise or joy. Neither wai there of cot-r- o alone?" she said, emlliug sweetly. And tles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in conneclocial fiualltlea hid a broad field for devel- tion with Electric Bitters. Wo guarantee them of and Tliev wrru took her. ...n' Hn took a prominent Prt In they .vcre awful. the cries the dead menscene heAnother young man was rushing for the always. Sold by Tonny A MeAllster. (1) whole To me lion Proctor Knott' campion ''or Oov. is only an improunion An Enterprising, Reliable House. e lady acquaintI have tried in vain bout. He met an (itabllshed route ..,nnr and when that gentleman was inaug Penny A MeAllster can always be relied upon Thediroct through lluoaudcll from words and torus and I have only ance uraledinBept. ISSlhemario Judge Kin- - to recall only lo carry la stock tho beat of everything ehe asked, not "Where are you going?" Louisvillo & Cincinnati to St. Louis r"-- n reu tbo vivid feeling idt. The hour, Ihodurk-ti- e cld his private secrcUry. uo 1831 whet "To Mayvllle," said he, and he hastened but to secure tho Agency for such articles as bavo and all points in the West. epot, the solemnity n merit, ar.d nro popular with tho peoif, lie unaicustomed .S'p'emher In thlepaeltlon until ple, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of being alTwo (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to S"t Louts ot all incident and detail iu the monastery, ''GiwasI'll go too," flild ehe, and she ways onterprislng and ever reliable. Having se., ,Mt.ned to accept tbe office of c mmii- Three (J) Dally Trains from Cincinnati did bring aid d In producing this impression. toBt. Louis. Dr. King's of the Slate of Kentucky tho Agency sloncr Tuen young a friend of mine, who only curedDIrcovery fur fir tha celebrated sell It on a Only to hours from Louisville and Cincinnati After the ollice of Matins Immediately New Cooinmptlau, will to t. Louis. the remains of Joel T. Hart, ttie etev followed that of L"U''c, during which I arrived here from Cleveland yesterday, positive guarantee. It will surely euro any and eculftor, from Floroace, Italy, to tl e capl ho had just received. It every atl'cctlon ol the Tbroat, Lungs and Chest, Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan After sunned me a note aa Mimmonul away by tny guide. got u ThrouRh Slooping Car tnl of hi nittva Etate. Ju'djo Klncild re aud toshow ourcouflieuco, wolnvlt youtocall de Liudee tbe prie tsiy their masses, while read us followr: (1) aud get a Trial llotlle Tree. From Clucln-- tl to St. Ixuls. mulned abroad for four months, balnfr "Djar Friend: -- Cin't you take me out thu c'Kiir monks remain in the church to layed by.cholera In eoutbern Europe, but study Positive Cure for Piles. this evening ot 8? I am just Xr MT ibroughtromLouUvllle rPVo J, OO 1VX. lthconly line running At 5 SO the cilice of boat-ridiand meditate s AI16 To tho peopled this county wo would say that In Dacetntxr he returned, havint; eucce oo tne water. Sincerely and Cincinnati to 8i. Ir uU. all other routes being Prime Is celebrated. This Is Attended by dying to go out we have been given tho Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's mado up of a combluatlnu f small roads. fnll completed bis commission. Whil liessie. the whole community and not by the holy yours, Italian Pile 01ntu.cut emphatically guaranteed abroad be wrote a series of letters fof the And the poor fellow will dotibtlees blls to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Tho Ohio A Mlsils-lpItsllway runs Palatial oe- - men alone After Prime tbe community Louisville 2t?n 'CWinvtfomTVjI and tileoplnr dm on nUht trains; i.uxurUut Par- rowing Bsle over Blind li!edng or Itthlug Pllei. Price SOc n box. In, Cars on day train. Elenut Day Coaco- the chapter or, properly, commu- ter hla handa 20P8 Into U, liinature "C E K " which woro wld Forealoby Peuny & MeAllster, Druggists. es on all trains. This room I an important fen the rlpplitu bosom of Chautauqua. Just nd gained for the author a brtl- nity room Direct nuil clo connection ire made Iu UXION ly copied Wives and Mothers. think of it Hi wan only introduced to Daughters, UKI'OT-- i with diverging lines bv that). A M. tute in the Trappisl'd life, f r here bis 'lisnt rfiHitallonifor nrlinllty, trcioie ex Letter Woemphattrally guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Hallway, tnus avoiiiinrf tnoieioiue transevening. rCnau'a-iq'ithoughts Hre made open. At the eni fers by ot tit r routes. deectiptive powers Female Houiedy, t cure Feraalo DisjikmIoo, cowprebejrclvo to Cleveland Plain Dealer. Hallway is tbe only whe ro you enter are a number Ohio A eases, sticli as Ovsrlin troubles, Inflammation and Tbe of pulling, old wino Into of tbe room nnd the faculty Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis 'The custom of kissing tbe dead," said & Ulceration, Falling and l)lplaccrue-- t or bearing of crmfessionals At the other end is a platmanagement, running all iia under one well aa a dl- - down frllliig. Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o I new boltloi in a. maruier to upset Kcrlpturil trains through solid and In consequence form reached by three low stops. Oa the physician, "is a eeneeleaa as Kj. t- - be- Is rccngnlied and e4tibl o n Klncaidographv J he inoi-tug precedent IJfe.Leuchorrhcea, besides many weaknossessprlug-lnand dangerous practice. Tnu Ab wooden Boats twtfii those ('Hies nUifirm are three from the above, llko HmJache, Bloat'ng, SpiApply to tlckrt Agen'i of connecting ltns tot Snb-Pl- ur as unique ft" it wi mturtalnliiK. that citnere on the lipi and fills the to Amer bot n'e in tbe centre; tbe Prior ard Weakness, hleeplessnrsi, Nervous Debility, lull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars When Judwe Klncald returned dlaeaeed corpse Is always poison nal or any desired Information, or write to it on the right and Wt The monks porea of a Palpitation of Ibo Heart, Ac. For salo by Drugan appoint ItOlir II. FOUMAN, Icabelonndwaiiimrfor.hlm leae fraught with peril to Trav. Vim. Ag't 0 A M K'y, Sou craet. Ky. gists. Prices SI and Jt 30 per bottle. Send to Dr. xit on benches arranged on each side of the oas and more or Wilw. ii oil vriuc. w m rr.a(;nv Th J B. Marohlst, Utlea, N- V . far as 3cretary to HenatorJohnS t, (m. ment pirallel to the walls. They seat them- - iiniui whn rnma in contact therewith. lieu. Pats. Ag't, t'rsa. and Ovu'l NUn'gr, f Kntm.'.v. and as 03n as he bad room I Forsale hv Penny A MoAlwU-r- . Drur'jsu. li stopped." Cinolunutl, O. elvesaccordirig to the seniority in the or practice should be work of irtoiferrinir rtie body completed his on In Kentucky and cd 13D-2far-aw- ay laabwt f 1 ftt con-junci- y "it Probably tho most try- tbe parnstual silence The monks may epeak lo the Abbot when absolute necessity requires It. The Abbot, the Prior, the gueet master and tbe man who fcrves the guests are, of course, nt liberty to ppeak. Oiherwiee perpetual slleice is hid upon tbe order. In certain parts of t)i6 house even thoee officers do not speak except in devotional exercise. When Father Joseph, the Guest Master, was do'crlb Ing to me tbe business of the chapter-roo- m be stood outside the door, not being allowed to speak in tho room, though we were alone there. The fame thing is true of tho church and dormitory. I noticed that wben Father Joseph took me into thofe places he always put up bis cowl. He would not speak even in the old and abandoned dormitory, where am now only eime piles of grain and two unused beds. The dormitory it an additional hardship. The bsds ooualit of slats covered by thin, hard mattresses, over whicu are coarce covers. The bsds are really bunks. They are pltced in a long, double line down the room and each one is enclosed in a little t, tbe partitions of which do not reach the tloor. In oach room are a cruel-ti- l aud nscource. I saw no other article A curtain bangs before each of furniture. dootway. The ecourge, or discipline, as it Is called, consists of five stout corde, each knotted in fire places, fixed to a wooden lundle. Krery Friday morning, af'er tho offices of the uiht, the community repairs Every monk enters bia to the dormitory. cell, end at a signal given by tbe Abbot, by ttatupiiii; on the floor, every motiK, Including the Abbot himself, whip) his bare shoulders with the deecipline. The Abbot aieo gives the Bignnl to stop the punishment. The Abbot is subject, In general terms, to tbe same rules as those by which the otheiH live. Ills bod ii first, he sits at the head of the table; but in all ropecU he llre like the meanest of tho order, except in that he may talk- .- L Morton M. July Bivouac. ing to the order. inc.part of it all is arocompnratlyoly besulepi! These beauties iup corralled within a valley of romantic love'ino's, guarded only by titanic peaka of moy mignificer.ee "Crags jutting tortli to crajj tbat stem liver at If Just riling from a sleep; l'orehcad to Oebcail holdlrg tnonitrout born In thousand bugeit fantacle!" oaso have abiolutely o and Lot on Lancaster St., Stanford, Ky., NEWGOSIB MOTEIi MT. VERNON, KY. well-inow- Kow occupied by MltsSuwadeBeizley. 137-tf J . H. V.i X TOX, Adta'r. n This old and g Uotel Is still It fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to tho traveling public. main-talnln83-6- MILLBRSBURG JI. r. AX'irtOJW, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Female College! This popular tchool, after a year of unparalled sue cess under ICES! SGSS! ICES! Per box-close- Tbeee bewitching captives in luxurious C. One Cent Pouix!. nothing to do but aD Accountaduoat tbo close of each month, or sing and dacce and flirt and fish and row MRS. S. C. TRUEHEABT, when rus torn ir quits. 122-- tf Laiiv Paisctrat, and swim and sigh and ramble among the Jt.F..Jiiiinoir. Again for public With shady nooks and view the places where creased offers Itself an enlarged ratronasc.and an Iniicllitles, Faculty coune of study, it atTordi unusual opportutales of wondrous Interest were lately spoJT. nities for tbe education of jour daughters. ken in whisper tbat still sofdy echo in an Sfnd tor Catalogue to REV. C. POPE, roRMllleribarg. Ky. swering melody to lihtly turning thoughts Oottago Bread and Fresh Oakes, Strawof love, while they gtz Into the A NEW berries, Ice Oream, Butter kept on ice, flecks of rising moisture and wonder how a fresh and nice; Ice to retail; Ico-col- d real Stanford dnde would look in the pale, Buggy & Implement House. Older, Ginger Ale and Lemonade. misty moonlight. Fifty beaulets belles up Don't forget that It Is headijuartera for gool But- on tho bands of ono small, I wl'l la a few days open c ter m-l- l manager, listle'l wailing their turn lo be Implo-mont- s, Full Lino of Agricultural amusedl Come back, "Stanford boys." and for heaven' sake bring Doc end Henry and With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting Mei.hlnos at the head. Alto a Wallace and Jexe and Tom P. and Master-so- n KenincJfj'H Konlo East and Bob C and Jim and Fenzy, and in Full Lice ot Butjfji.es and Wagons roa fact all who'o destiny should be caughtupon Washington, Pliilndolphia and AIwsts on bar d. In connection with my Implement builnws, I will also carry a a tide which will leads on to ''KatsI' Now York. Kock Castle Srnisas, Aug. 2, I860. The only llnorunnlnj Complete Stock of Lumber, PULLMAN' NKff SLEEPING r.ms The Tariff and the Vrorkmgman. Both rough and dressed. Prlcei on everything as REV. POPE, President, I will deliver;Icc to regular castomors in Stanford aud vicinity every mornlug at o to T. Iffarris -- gray-haire- d CHESHPEIUi ill IT A SOLID TRAIN raoji Loniaville, Cincinnati & Lezinrton, Kv. to Washington Gity, - AUD new. BOURNE Faot Trains for Now Connecting In the tame depot with Tbo Direct Route to Lynchburg, Daovillo, Norlolk and all Virginia and North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, applv to your nearest ticket otaco or address W. W.ilon. roc, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. W V; ??lIC'C"iM, H. W. FDK.I.En. AlMcoPmident, Oon'l Pass'r Aa't. Ricnnond. Virjlnla. York. Concert Grand, fellow-workingm- Parlor Grand, Baby Grand. Upright Grand, Square Grand. We are opening the uost carc'ully selected, the finest and belt stick or Ca-eel- d P1.1XOS AM) ORGA.XS nverbrouifht to this city Jvery lnstiumont Is tho pride of an artist auJr'ces ratge fiotu 10 to 23 H;r cent, lower tuao otnr oenlers a'le for toe tamo goods. Persons ot musical ard art culture arelr vlted loan tmrcctiou ..f the lieeuilful, culll-vat- c J, rcliued toue aud unlet Jeslgnsol these celebrated lnitrumcnts- - effice-holde- rs e deep-voic- ud es eufl-erln- Ague Cure lie-nittt- AVER'S The Kualjc, the Decker ic Sou the Poimlar Everett nud lite llcliuljle New rugland Pianos, The Celebrated Olough and vTarren and the John Church & Co. Organs, "lYorld-rcnovfiic- tl Fa-ino- I Please communicate with us foruuaiogu., terms' anu prices. .V. . tf h .7. ( OVK, .ptlil Ag'ts. btanfonJ, Kr, OrKO-i- R r.tCHAP.Il,io.t.oW. to I Itefereneftf A it. Pouoy, Mrs K. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips. J M Mwcrc aud Jaios Una-leStan'nr ; Mis. l ilnlu,ei Crab Orchard; (en. W J Iii dm u a' d Mia l.izi'9 Iluff-meLaacast-r- , Ky, r , HS-lr- y, u, nij al g 01 k iSSlSSIPPI 1 1 old-tim- i "- - -- HL tiUi.! i , ir4(jU - r ju: ts.. a. lit, r 1 V rt-a" . USJl. Srf-- . w wbb rT . t ? ? ''T-., - Zl, T'fc t W. a. 3icS 312. jET3 ng r sE m 9CT2I It i'CTat w r ' w Li ;"4r?nrWi - .IS t si WKf 6S3 I Wm 9m jo. ht The Bucket Pumh & Water i if is an imiiriien)iiit in hiiv i.,. i. n I. Inventtd ,tnit m'i rmrmiu-cendln- g full ut w.ik tluuUu .Iu a., - mi botl tom to ttp Of I l 'r.u k "ljlel, water bugs, 41111 in il.rti k h. w. . . r. r ing all color ! t i i.- - r . IUI m i"Hnjl has DU 1U1IUTI rf)Hll , i , J II. III jf ruaM cup issouirdi p riua i i.nt, aim mi- kI i LUftSi. a tlat nloct ol h tan 'il inn ,nl no 5t purcliU'a piixii Hill ikip IHl- Th-rim I Hurmer I'lrat-Cla- ss !,. .. ti j; te tr, t- iiv - r , vs. Ii. IllOUlN. ii '. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. naI GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Gov. McCreaiy Endorsed. The democracy of Lincoln county met LancMter. court-hous- e SaturRev. W. K. Azbill, a missionary to pursuant to call at the day afternoon, and waa called to older by August 3, 188G Abbe Liat, the famoue composer, died Jamaica, delivered n lecture at the ChrisStanford. Ky suddenly at Bayreulh, aged 75. tian church Thursday eveniog. Rev. Par- Mr. T. D, Newland, one of the county comIn Logan county, Ark., Mies Ollie Ba ker, a blind minister of Louisville, occupied mittee, who stated that ita object was to appoint delegates to tbp Danvlllo conven W. P. "WAIiTON. ker was bitten on tho arm by n rattle snake the pulpit Sunday evening. and died in great agony 12 hours later. The Kama of base bull between tho tion which meets on the 5th. Nomina tions for chairman were then called for and Saturday Danville Clippers and the It is with creat deal of rezret that we 1,200 Washington county voted In extend- last Friday waa postponed Lancaster club Mr. Newland was nominated and elected, on accouut of to 100 to Rive $30,000 to aid announce the prohibit) defeat of Mr. Al- ing the L. & N, from Bardstown to Spring- riin. Two innings were played, when the W.P.Walton was chosen secretary and J B. Paxton assistant. corn for Circuit Jinls. He is admirably field. game stood G to 5 in favor of Lancister. The President has pioked out Coloaol On motion the chair appointed G. A. fitted for tho office and his party should Tho Japeneae lunch given at the resiSpencer Pratt, of Alabama, to succeed the dence of Dr. O'Neal Friday evening by the Lncky, J. P. Balloy, W. L Dawson, W. A, Oid Dick Warren have elected him. magnificent Winston at the Court of Per- Christian Aid Society, was well attended Tribble and George D. Hopper a committee seems to hare pulled through by a safe sia's Shah. and netted a handsome little sum of money on reiolutions, which after retirement re uiaiorily, which is very gratifying to the Two prisoners, Alfred Hicks and Wm. to be used for religious purposes, Every ported as follows: officer. Our Taylor, handcuffed together, jumped from one present seemed friends of that admirable Ittnlrtd 1. That we appro ro the call of n to heartily enjoy tho district convention at Danvlllo on tho 5th county ticket was elected tnrougnour. n steamer into Techepont river, Lv. and rather novel exercises. were drowned. Mrs. Zerelda Rout, an aged lady of of August, 1SS0, to nominate a candidate News from other ports of the district inJ. W, Clayton, a stock trader from Lower Garrard,dicd Sunday eveniog of con- to represent tbe Sih congressional district has polled a good Bourbon, fell between dicate that Barbour the cars at Coving- sumption. Her remains wero laid to rest in the next congross rote and his majority is perhaps 5,000. ton, on the K. C , and had both his legs in the Fork church 2. That we hoartly endorse the wise and cemetary nfler services cut off; since died. by Rsv, John M.Bruce, Monday afternoon. conservative course of Gov. James. B, McpicOn our first pks we give a first-ra- te The Louisville Southern Railroad has She waa a sister-in-laof Mr. Wesley Creary, our present representative in conture of Judge Charles Euaton Kincaid, and advertised for bids for the construction of Rout, of Stanford. Ed, gress, where cal and ability aa a statesman written an entertaining sketch of his llfo a road from Louisville to a point on tho The Democracy of Garrard held a and fidelity to hia party and friends have formerly of this State, by W. J. Lamiiton, Cincinnati Southern, to close Sep. 1. endeared him to his constituents. mass meeting at the court house Saturday but now of Washington, and known far and A mail pouch containing money and 3. That wo hereby appoint James A, life evening to Beicct delegates to tho conven wide as "Mary Jane." Washington valuables to the amount of $30,000 has tion at Danville August 5th. Congresiman Harris, James M. Cook, L. G. Gooch, F. M. egreed with the Judge and IJI AIIUXDANOE. seems to have been stolen from a postal car at some McCreary was heartily endorsed and the Yowell, John 8. Owsley, W. E. Varnon, W. especially has it promoted the capillary point between New York and St. delegated instructed to vote lor him. The O. nansford, W. P. Walton, W. G. Welch growth upon the summit of his crianium, Louis. W. L. McCarty, M. C. Saufley, James M. to regelate the place where it didn't used Gen. Dibney H. Maury, of Virginia, convention enthusiastically suggested W. G. Anderson as a member for the State Carter, J. E. Lynn and G. A, Lackey delelet that pass. We worth a cent. Bat baa been nominated as Envoy Extraordigates to represent the democracy of Lincoln the first newspaper work that Judge nary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Board of Equalization, Mrs. J. T. Boswell, of Lawrenceburg, is at the Danville convention, and Instruct Kincaid ever did was as correspondent of United States of Columbia, vice Hon. a guest of Misses Jennie and Nell Duncan. them to cast the vote of said county as a this nsDer. and none of his numerous Chas. D. Jacob, resigned. unit for Hon. James B. McCreary as the friends in this section have watched hia up The Senate haa rejected tho nomina- Miss Allie Hubble, of Lincoln, is visiting Mrs. W. G. Dunlap candidato for the democratic party- to repward career in hia cbotcn profession, with tion of W. C. Matthews, of Albany, N. Y.t Mrs. L. F. Hubble. Mr. Jno. resent the 8th district in the next congress more sitlafaction and pride than we. In to be recorJer of deeds for the District of has returned from Louisville. limes and other Columbia. Mathews is a colored man, and E. Stormes leaves this morning for Rock of the United States. The delegates are addition to the Louisville Castle Spring, where he will remain several also instructed to vote aa a unit on all papers that he represents at Washington! waa appointed to succeed Fted. Douglas. Oflho MrIcvn. questions of organization, etc., so aa to prohe is also correspondent for the New York George A, Jenke, of Pennsylvania, has weeks. Mr. Theodore Currey is recovering mote and secure the nomination of said claims bjen nominated to succeed John Goode as from his recent illness. Morning Journal, a paper which Spencer Royston.coloredccused Squire James B. McCreary. He is a grand eon of Solicitor General. Jenke is an 250,000 circulation. 4. Should any of tbe delegates named fail Patterson, a half witted colored boy, of sell Judge John Kincaid,, for years the leading and for a short time waa in the to attend said convention tbeir places shall lawyer of the Stanford bar, and a man Interior Department under Secretary L- - log hia rote. Patterson threatened to have Royston up for it. Royston remarkid: be filled by the vote of a majority of the wbora Cal. Hill thinks the greatest the mar. The prosecution in tbe case of tbe an- "I will give you something to have me up delegates present. has ever produced. State 5. That we deem it proper and right that archists on trial in Chicago closed Satur for," and emited Patterson a terrible lick We notice in a Washington paper that day. If the defense is not able to break on the head with a stick, causing a painful our party should have a nominee for memJudge Milton J. Durham, the first Control- down the direct testimony there will be but not dangerous wound. Royston waa ber of the State Board of Equalization, and CHEAPEST AXD BEST ler, has addressed a letter to the Attorney same work for tbe hangman out there be- fined $99 99 in tbe police court Saturday therefore instruct our delegates to cut the practice of fore long. General calling attention to the vote ol this county for J. B. Nichols, of morning. making advances to marshals from the ap Boyle county, first and Joseph A- - Coben, of The schooner, Sarah Craig, was cap. half-paWhen this report closed at propriation for "fees and expenses of mar- sized off Sandy Hook Saturday, with a ten o'clock Monday morning the election Anderson county, second, for said office, shals on such n liberal scale as to permit pleasure party of 16 persons, throwing the waa passing off quietly. No rows of serious should the convention see proper to nomithem to be always carrying balances for the 9 upon deck into the eea from which they import had occurred and the indications nate such candidate at the same time and United States." The evil effect, he says, is were rtBCued but imprisoning those below were that none would. A heavy vote was placo. eeen in the fact that Congrecs is applied where they smothered to death. The resolutions were unanimously adoptbeing polled and an immense amount of to at this session for appropriations to the State of Texas, through Goy. Ire- scratching was being done. Perry Dunlap, ed and tho convention adjourned. The For tho llcrry Neiuon. amount of S65.750.C0 to pay fees and ex- land, has in effect Informed Secietary Bay- a negro floater, took money from both T. D. Newland, Chalr'm. penses of marshal; in 1SS5 and prior years, ard that if the United 8tates does not care eldea aud attempted to vote tho republican when the books of the Treasury show that to tackle Mexico in defense of its citizens, ticket. He waa prevented, however, and there ia at this time due from the marshals she would be pleased to take the contract after having a stick broken over his head Ml, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE C0U.11Y. for 1S85 and prior years under that appro- and will ask for no outside assistance. was sent home without having had the At a mass meeting of tho democracy of priation $129,157 03 Jim Mitcbell,srrested of killing Young pleasure of casting a vote. I will telegraph JOK r. YVATUHN. Rockcastle county held in the court-hou- se M.C. WEAKEN. handsomely endors Haley in Madison, baB been taken to the you the result to night if obtainable. Gov.McCheaky was in Mt. Vernon on Saturday, July 31st, at 2 by the democratic conventions in each penitentiary to serve 21 years, the court of ed o'clock r. m., for the purpose of selecting DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. county of bis district Saturday and unani- appeals having failed to help him. Turner delegates to attend the district convention mously recommended for a renomination and the Wyatts convicted of killing Cy. Mrs.J. J. YeiserandMis. W.G, Dunlap day of August, 1S8G, Industrious, capable and pop- Young, got new trials and have given bail, will have charge of the directors' table at at Danville on the 5th for Congresa. to nominate a democratic candidato for A dispatch to the Louisville Times the Fair this year, whiohfact ia a sufficient ular, the Governor baa secured a hold on Congress in the 8th district of Kentucky, to tba affections and confidence of the people saya that Hon. James B. McCreary guarantee that the guests will be well taken be voted for at the next November election, by a gave a dinner on Thursday evening to care of. of the 8th, such as is rarely enjoyed 1880; whereupon D. N. Williams, the chair$!-- representative, and he will be elected by an the Kentucky delegation. Several mem The 8:h annual Fair of the Kentucky J--j.vjl-- i ,1 man of the democratic county committee, overwhelming msjorily over the best man bers of tbe delegation bave entertained Fair Association begins today and will ISurcviiors to Wttrrs A Rincj their colleagues at different times and this continue fourdaya. The best arrangements haying explained the object of the meeting, the republicans can put up, on motion A. J. Pike was mado chslrman waa his occasion. It waa the Governor's inU The Senate in order to defeat the sur- tention to start for home Friday in order to have been perfected for the maintenance and S. H. Martin, secretary; then on moof aooil order and all the indications point P plus reduction scheme amended the bill tion of C. C. Williams tho chairman apft1 vote Monday, but as a number of import- to a successful meeting, Eichhorn, of LouO so that Mr. Morrison hardly recognizes it, pointed the following committee on resoluant bills are about ready to be voted on, he isville, will furnish tbe music. reand added a rider making trade dollars tions: D. N. Williams, J. B. Fish and T. will hardly get off. He telegraphed to O'Fallon, the Boyle county horse hereceivable for nil dues andbeexchangable for a J. Ballard, who, after retiring for a short friends in Bichmond today to pair him tofore spoken of in this column, won the other dollars at their face value. This is time, returned with tbe following resolu'V-Twith Jim Bennett. The Governor will cer- Cash handicap sweepstakes at Saratoga last i" tlS. ei 3PrP50-Wmzcj tions, which were then read to the meet in tho interest of brokers nnd monied men, tainly beat the convention which o u meets at Thursday, beating Royal Arch, Bannarcb, ! who have bought the trade dollars from tho ing and on motion wero unanimously Danville next Thursday to give him an Mona-VintoLipero, Burcb, Santa Inietor poor and these unable to loso it, at from 15 unanimous nomination. He will address Belle and Dwyer Brothers' Richmond. O'- adopted by the convention: to 25 per cent, reduction. Retolvtd, 1st, That the democracy of tho delegates and assembled citizens. He Fallon has started three times this season, Rockcastle county approves of tbe call IyIoNloroRooni( The other day James Bumgarlner was has not missed a day from hia seat or a running 2d in the first race to Miss WoodVim Iririuiu Iliilldlnn, opp. IiKvrlor Jotinml by the committee cf the 8th Congressnominated for Congress in Virginia to suc- meeting of his committee ainca Congress ford and 21 to Voiante in the second; and made ofllco mid door below Xutlouul llnuk. ional district for a convention to be held in ceed Randolph Tucker and the Courier-Journ- convened last December. winning the third aa above stated. Danville on the 5th day of August, 1SSG, to Luak's Califoiuia Gannod Goods, Bananas. Lemons, big line Sugar and Bumgart-ne- r got it Jame6 Bagnuster. Prof. A. B. Nelson, of Centre College, nominate a democratic candidate for ConCoffofls, Croam Flour, Bacon, Lard, Hams, Etc DEATHS. is the maker of the best whisky obtainleft yesterday for a visit of several day to gress in said district. WATEIIN A WEAKEN. Willis Brown, brother of Joshua M. his former home in Washington county, able in Virginia and it is strange that so will Mcdonald waters, eifiuiD. 21, That wo recok'niza and appreciate a man in such matters as the Brown, of the McKinney neighborhood, Pa. Col. C. E, Bowman, of Frankfort, and delight the ever faithful serviced of mansgicg editor of that paper should bave died suddenly Thursday night of no affec- Messrs. George W. Doneghy and J. Wesley with the Hon, James B. McCreary, our present permitted such a mistake in names to pars tion of the bowels. He attempted to get Durham, of Louisville, are here to vote tbe up during tbe night and falling, expired in "old democratic ticket." Col. and Mrs. A. member of Congress, to his constituency, hia eagle eye. a few moments. Ha leaves a wife and sev- G. Talbolt haye returned from a visit to boing always at his post and laboring in the The river and harbor appropriation bill, interest of the whole people. Having proveral children, friends in Lexington. Major John A. w hich is the biggest raid yet attempted on en to be a worthy and most efficient member A letter from Mrs. H. J. Campbell, Hann, of Denton, TexaB, a former citizen of the public treasury, is likely to fail to beof tbe present Cougress, we believe ho oauLscsinThe Houto has by a vote of dated at Seguin, Texas, July 29th, tells of Danville, Is in town. D. Union Worthing-ton- , should bo returned se a metrber of tbe sue come a law. tbe death of her daughter, Mrs. Belle Rust, who went to Colorado for his health, is ceeding Congress. 102 to 135 refused to adopt the report of Tnerefore be it 'Si Druns. Banks. Staiinnorv ami the conferrence committee and the iniquit- who died of consumption on the 20th. now at Steamboat Springs, that State, where Hesolved, By the democracy of Rockcastle "T V Js Connu o Though she had been sick a long time her his friends can address him. He is much ous scheme to rob the people teems to have county in maw convention assembled, that death was unexpected at the time it oc- improved in health. Rev. Green Clay the delegates from Rockcastle county to l'hjilcinn' iirrKrlpiIoniateuiatlT(omnoundii,l. been frightened to death by its own hidloua C"t curred. Nearly everybody will remember Smith returned from Missouri Friday, Alto deformity. tbe Din vllle convention be and they are herin thisssction and ehed a tear at her where he has been making prohibition hereby instructed to cast the voto cf said It is told in Washington that ifter a cer- early demise. speeches. Mies Bessie EJgar, of Detroit, is county in tho , Danville convention as a tain Senator, noted for his absenlminded-newvisiting Miss Bettie Craig. Mrs. E. T. RELIGIOUS. came to ttat city for a short visit, this unit for tbe Hon. James B, McCreary as Tho Largest 8took cf Watches, Olooks, Jackson and her son, Talbott, returned yes the democratic candidate in the 8'.h Conmemorandum was found in hs room: Eld. J. G. Livingston's meeting at terday to Jewolry and Silverware tbeir former homo in Sumner gressional district of Kentucky for Con"ThingB to take along: O ip pair socks, one Soapers resulted in 21 additions. Ktm bonght to this murktt Prices Lowor thn county, Tenn. Judge James Hoolan, of Fifty-on- e shirt, two collar, ope pair cufl, one wife." Baptist aeeociatlooa tbe Lowwt. Wuchei, Cicckt and Jewelrr Ro- have Louisville, la visiting relatives in Boyle gress and that thty use all honorable mtans patroJ on shoit nollco nj WtrrmnteJ. to secure his nomination, and further that election extra pronounced for prohibition. We observe in the red-ho- t A children's parly given on Tuesday our delegates in said convention voto as a W The South Kentucky Association will evening issued by the London Leader that Laurel by Miss Josie Smith to her cousin, unit upon all matters which may come up McCreary in eulogiitir meetatMidddleburg August 17th. endorted Governor Miss Maud Robinson, of Garrard, waa ator be presented before the convention. Eld. John I, Rogers' meeting at Shear- teims and enthusiastically nominated Mr. tended by about 25 little folks. Misses 31, That the following named persons be en Valley, Wayne county, resulted In 22 John Pearl for member the State Board of Carrie Fields, Katie Smith and Sally and they are hereby appointed as delegates additions. Equalization. Bright assisted Mrs. Bright in entertaining. to attend said district convention at DanThe Episcopal Almanac shows 4,013 Owing to the greatly reduced rates at Mr. J. M. Bryant, of Caicago, has putchas ville on the 5th day of August, 1830; D. parishes . 3,25 clergymen, 398,990 commued tho handsome property on Harrodsburg which stationery is now furnished the gov- nicants, $8,690,044 N. Williams, J. B. Fish, T. J. Ballard, B. contributions. as the Chandler place. A ernment, tho price of stamped envelopes Eld, John Loog has closed his meet ayenue known R. Wilmot, S. H. Martin, H. G. Sutton and picnic given on Saturday at New ProviA- - J and newspaper wrappers will be much tig at Alt. Moriab, which STv1 'BasLL IflssJ'lliWliwK O.O.Williams. resulted in 15 dence Church, on the Lancaster pike, was lower after October 1st. 4tb, That the Interior Journal and additions to the church at that place. attended by a large number of young peo- other democratic papers that see proper be Pdblio PiiiNTEit Bounds has resigned, In spite of the craaado carried on by el- ple. Prof. S. R. Cheek haa returned from requcstod to publish these proceedings, effect September let. This act will to take commend him. more to democrats than any- derly men of conservative ideas, tho fact roj, Baltimore. On motion tbe meeting adjourned. That is a very pretty lightning story that A. J. Pike, chm'n. thing that he has ever been known to do mains that cigarette smoking is on tbe inS A. Martin, Sec'y. crease. During the last fiacal year 1,310.- - cornea from Colorado, but it is not the only before. Kansas City Is not to suffer for a lack 550,212 cigarettes were consumed In this similar case on record. Jove once look a The pension bills vetoed by the Presi country an increase cf 252212,112 oyer shot at Rev, Wm. Guun, one of Kentucky's dent would have of banking facilities. The Americtn taken $120,000 a vear superannuated Mothodiet circuit-rider- from the with capital of $1,250,000, has just the previous year. And in proportion as treasurr. !Cu the cigarette is consumed so is the small with aim so accurate that hia clothes been authored to start business there. main-sprinboy. Cigarettes may not greatly injure a were torn off, and the of hia Two wr.mcn lay claim to Ned Buntline's man, but they stunt the urchin watch and tho ticks in hli hoots melted, estate as bis widows, which would Bucgest and the dnde. but the good old man merely took it as n When Baby iras sick, wo gTO tier CottorU, Elghtoon Profossors and Instructors.- that tho dimo novel writer w a bigamist. to his work, which he prose When the waa ft Child, alio cried for CastorU, A century plant that for 14 years haa hint to return Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneering.Glasslcal, Hernial School, Ills?, sho clnnj to Castorla, Tbe preeident has vetoed the bill to beeo in the Boston public garden is in cuted with renewed vigor till he died with When she Military lacucs, uommorcial and Preparatory Courses of Study. old uge. Proof of tho truth of this etory When eho had Children, she gavo thorn Castoria. provide for the eroation of public build bloom. Toe plant ia not large, but the -C- OUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. can be found at tho Smithsonian Institu ing at Springfield, Mo, dsciuko me puuuo flower stalk rises 15 feet into the air and tion, where tho watch and boots are pre buinurt there is cot sufficiently great to h r f Pali term beglni ttcpt. Otll, 188G. For CntnlOKtio nd oilier Information rclinter of yellow blowoas. serve!. -- Lju.ji.J limes ' i, w;c, ii ifcifct- .'uu ...... ; . . i.,, .,. j.i.u, Kentucky. The Atlantio oble has been in use Just 20 years. ill WALTON. GROCER, MAIN & SOMERSET STS. tanfoi-cl- , Ky. FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS - MOWING BLAOESixBRIER SCYTHES IlcJ FLAVORING ' EXTRACTS! SEVERAL GRADES OP SUGAR TIic Best Goods at the Lowest Prices WATERS&WEAREN GROCERS, Main Street,'! - pf mm o rnmm. - 1 t i3UJ 2I al rir't well-nest- ed Fuy& WSJMmt -- PHARMACISTS, rw &tttJ (Cruif7 At-tinlo- st sw&srs JEWELERS. Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Gaskets, Robes, WKARKIUT, Na-tion- FulUand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. old-tim- s, B. Stanford. g d TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY .. e 1 Wateih ral & gua nod ctftarettn Weamcn keep the leet In town. cl- - A few share Firat National Bank atock Apply at the Bank. for ealo. Stanford, Ky H. O. WALTON, j August 3, 1886 DuBlnoBS Don't forget that Metcalf A Foster will A NEW lino of Queenasraro Jut received " sell you gooda closer than anybody, at A. A. Wanen'a "Model Grocery." .w T BOOOY tire set for 60 cents and other work In nrnnorllnn at Wm tlmnhorl'. vmiH inn, ro week at Halea Well. ' at once. Only a abort lime before the grand A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I. building of the new toll houee at drawing for tho handsome top buggy and The How land waa awarded lo J, A. Wright at genuine Singer sewing machine at D. Klasa'. . Mall train golvj Worth........... .. ...... 1J 13 Bouth...-' ' bida were $825 and $845 Call on him, buy a dollar's worth and get a I7ii.iv. $810. The other EtTrentraln" Houtn...... chance at them, D. Klass. a 18 x. u. ' Norb................. Tin: county court met yesterday and ar The a jOV li calculate on standard time. Bolar The Election. Notwithstanding wkU-kme la 4 bout M minute laatar, ler looking at iteelf a few moments ndjour n and money flowed freely yestcrJay, there ed till to day to hnw the bnje were waa no disturbance of conarquence, The LOCAL NOTICES. voting. negroca were splendidly organi&'d and unLAH.iiiKTii'ri earilen neod In bulk and We heard an old farmer sty yesterday in der the leadership of Davidson and Gentry BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY jnckK "t I'nny & fcAHntcr'e. eolidly republican. A suffJewelry ropdreil op abor speaking of the fine rnln of Sunday: "It voted almost Watcui aud The third session of Broadhead Acadeootlco end warranted bf Penny A McAlia spoilt many a nubbin," meaning that it icient number of democrats played into would now develop into a full Mrd ear of meir nance Dy voting lor xerxes, or my will open August 30, 1880 Buy the Ham Hog Renly, the orinl-ascratching Birbour, as to run the former's An t flirt is being made toward crnn'z-corn. Pain-Cur- er and onlT genuine, from Penny AMcAI-inte- r. is vote up in Ibia precinct, but at the others a class in both vocal and instrument . The good citizens of Kings Mountain re Barbour led the democratic ticket ao world far a muic for the ensuing year at this place. A oobirirn: etock of jewelry, latest quest us to aay that tho lale lawlessness Last Sunday wis spent by many of our style, ttockford watchca rt specialty. Pen-n- y which has been carried on in their end of heard from, The very mean trick waa A McAliater. resorted to hero of tearing cfl his name cltlzsns in electioneering. Would that we tho countv, should have been credited to and palming the rest of the ticket off as could efect our officers without buyln; votea living at the other end of the the people PERSONAL. entiro Some democrat, at least, will be with either liquor or money, and without tunnel, a mile and a quarter distant. waa, ashamed of their crnluct yet, we believe. transgressing that good command, "ReMn. A J. Fish, of Mt Virnon The vole in the two Stanford precincts member the Sabbith and keep It holy " heretiatunlay. RockCA6TLE Pimukos la demonstrating MEIKCHAiVT TAILOR. Mis Susie B. Weodyard ia visiting la at Crab Or. ita superior attractions by n full house in a was as follows: Barbour 602, Yerke 522; MmsEmmaSaui-lechard Sprint. season of unusual hardship upon summer Alcorn 017, Morrow 459; Warrea 618, Weeds at McKinney, Ky. Mrs. J. H. AlMk. A. 0. Chehaolt, of Fort Scott, resorts generally. A few young men only Herndon 447; Btlley 015; Vsrnon 026; bright ia making a visit at Middteburgb. I hare received and still receiving- Kins, is herr. are needed lo equallzs the sex and make Carpenter 022; Cooper 021; Newland 032; Mies Marrie Martin and little Hugh are ' Bogle 012; Owena majority over Caldwell visiting their uncle, Mr. S. H. Martin, of Dr. J. W. Dickinson, of WillUua-bir- g, perfect a round of pleasant recreation. for jiler 04; Kennedy 010, Cirter 1; How- - Mt. Gnthrie Mr. S. J. Conn, of Altamont, In up on a vlelt, Rune Harris struck old man R. B. srd 010; Pendleton 5S9; Diusherty 15; for haa just paid a flying visit to hia mother at Mies Kmma Lkavklt., of Ourard, Is CouprUlog the best lo the market, which will t Woods yesterday in the eye for some trival Magistrate Lynn 008; O'Neal G02; for Con- tbia place. Capt. Tom Hutchison baa iate with Mil Ellen Weareo. ly accepted a position with the Wrought GottoD Up in Stylo and Mnko Sooond to Bono m City or Country. Miu. J. E. Gamon, of Crab Orchard, difference, blacking it up considerably. He stable Din Miller 678 was Immediately put under arrest and will Iron Ranee Company at LiGrange, Ky. At this writing the newtl yery unfavorlve Me a Trial. it with Mrs. J. H. 0aley. 8. 11 en it cs bare be tried to morrow. The old gentleman's able to Mr. Alcorn, who seems to have Miss Alma Carson has just returned from Mn and Mm Jno. age should have protected him if nothing been defeated by from 109 to 200, if the East Bernetadt, whire abe haa been instruct returned to HockcaitlaSprinca. Pulaski dispatches are reliable, which give ing a clae in painticg. Mr. T. L. Hurst Mim Om.ii I'AnnoTT, of Rlcbmotd, is else, the Buet of Ml Alice Hampton. small politician, like all other dog, Morrow the county by 800, making hia attended the picnic given by the Knights Tn03. METCALF. The JOHN B. FOSTEB. Mn. and Mns J. W. McAlotm, of has had his day and be will retire now lo majorities 1,050, with Alcorn' 475 in Lin- - of Labor at Pittsburg last Thursdav. Miss St. Joseph, Mo., are at Mr. II. 8. Wither'. bis normal state of obscurity. The election coin, 100 in Caeey, 100 in Ruseell, 125 in Irena Crawford, who has been for some Mb. an Mrh. Joiin Dinwiddie, of makes big man of a lot of rtrj small pig- Wayne and 05 in Boyle. Dick Warren is time visiting her sister, Mrs. Lou Moore, of Bres, returned home laat week. the West Eod.epent Sunday with friends mies and we are always glad when the certainly elected by about 200 majority. iTms county gives Btrbour over 200 ma here. thing is oer and they go back into their Faces at Oakland Park. jority; Alcorn 450; Warren 475. There Mim Lci.a Cauimck, of Georgetown, holes. The regular Saturday races at this splen were no contests of consequence for the is with MUri Ella and Gatle Givena In The Gold and Silver Band did a most county offices and the democratic candi did race track on the Crab Orchard Springs thlscountr. Grounds tro a decided feature Ii tie enjoycommendable set last night in tendering its dates teceived the usual vote. Mm Bitrunv Haiiwell and Mrs. R. ment of a eeason at that popular resort. We services to Mr. Harry Webber and compaWe have figure! from most of the other T. Bryan, of Franklin, are visiting Mrs. K. give below the program for next Saturday ny in token of appreciation of their valuavoting preceincta of the county but have C. Engleman. afternoon, as furnished by Manager Scott ble serrlces on a previous visit when they apace now only to give the Mimes Mamie MoonE and Nannie argregafe maANDFsrrls: Mies turned out in force to subdue the raging jorities Tucker, cf BprinRfleld, are fishing First Rice. A match fcr $100 between and Annua that threatened tho whole town, The following special dispatchea were Bettie Prona. IPi-ice- s H. F. Moore riding a brown horse owned aave the property of our citizsn. The band received last night: Mimes Ida Twidwisll and Belle by Scott Farri', and J. Ward Moore riding Bogle, of Huston-ill- e, biv. been the guests U compo'cd of our best young men and Danville, Aug. 2. Alcorn' majority Red Tom, the property of A. Whitley they alwaya do the right thing at tho right in the county is 05. Warren' larger. of Mr. W. M Bogle. Montgomery; one mi'e dash. Somerset, August 2 Warren carried Mis Julia MiLt.ru, of Sedalla, Mo, time. Ill 21. Three qjarter mile be'-- ; a silver One of the most enjoyable of the many tbia precinct by 19, and Morrow by 145. it visiting Mim Utt'e Cirter and other rel mug for the fastest tuul meetings of the "Mob" was that with Miss Morrow has the county by over 60(; Harn-don- 'a atlvei In tbi county. 3J Three quarter dash; a jilvr uublt-- t majority is leu than half that. Mn?. Georoia Duncan, of NiehoUa. Annie McKlnney, Friday night. About CO for the fastest mule. Mt Vernon, August 2 Morrow caryllle, is the truest of Mr W. It Manier, at young people were present, and all report a 4 h. A match for $25 a aide between royal time: The refreshment were dell-clo- ries the precinct by 78 and county by about Hou John S OtiUj't. Scott Farria' half-bre- d saddle horse and bsen the and served in elegant style. Mrs. T 250. Warren's vote is larger than Mini Rate Piielm, who has All ofgur SJijar was bjuglit before the aJTanee and can be so d at the sumo ..II price. Our John Stignll'a bay colt, a full brother to LuU McKlnney, returned to It. Walton atsbted the charming little guest of Miis the great race horse, Forres ; dash of one hosiers in entertaining her happy guests, Lancaster, Auirust 2, 9r Jt Dmo-cra- ta mile. her homo in Madison ywlerday. Mi-select entire county ticket; indication? IIallib Matthews, Jennie who reluctantly departed at a late hour or 5:h. Three eighth mile beau; a silver Kennedy, SiUie Fish and Annie Holmes, thelr.homes. The next meeting will bo are that Alcorn and Warren carry the mug fir the fastest horse. IsTery cheap. We bare recently refitted our note with hurt for tint bulnee W. T. B. county by small majorities. of Crab Orchard, are at Mr. Dr. Carpen-ter- V. with Mis Annie Wray a month hence. It is C:h. Three-quartI mile dash over 8 unturpawed for beauty and con TcnleDCO. OnrQUEENb AKE tuuilatlog lunr l.aaodCham. C'RAn Orcuard, August 2, 8 r. m. All Ket, Ii excellent. Tlieo goods are bought from flnt hanJi atd wedely cniiretltion hi trltes Wa br ask jou to call and examine goods. Wet-brrhurdlen for the fastest mulr; a silver mug; onlv A laroe audience greeted Harry The con quiet; not a einc'f difficulty. Mrh J. I McKikney and Mrs. John roturn to this place last nicht and tested vote at the clcee of the polls stood: colored boys to ride. of tho editor of the Bardi-tow- n P. Murray, wife Excursion to the Ocean, Jitunl, are gueti at tho Drfppina gave him and his excellent company a Baibour 240, ferkes 195, Alcorn 210, Mor hearty reception. Arabian Night was well row 201, Warren 215, Harndon 191. John On August the 9:h and 10th the Cncaa. SpriDgs. preersled, notwithstanding no change of Edraiston, republican for town judge, was peake & Ohio Railroad will pell excursion Dlt. AND Mns. L. F. Hoffman lclt on ticket to Old Point Comfort. Tickets will o'clock Irtln this morning for Ah-vlll- e, drers was possible, as the baggage failed elected by 4 vote oTer Judge Carson. the 2 to arrive. Wo have'nt timo now to go into In C, far the benilit of the latter' be sold at Paris, Cynthiana, Richmond, R. II. B the merits of thj play. It will be produced Stanford end MaysvilIeat$12for the round Hcstonville, Auk: 2, 8 r Mm. I. M. Bkcce and datightsr, Misa at Dtnvillc, where the company got fcr of polls the voto stood. Barbour 2SS, trip, good on eny train oa the abovo date. utgbls. It also plays at the Richmond, Wrkes 200, Aloorn 323, Morrow 1SS, War-re- n Tickets from Lexington and Winchester Mary, left this morning for a six weeks' four Somenet and other fair. Mr. Webber is 310, Herndon 181, Btilev 330, Vsrnon $11. Tickets will bt good to return on tho visit to friends in Blnomlngton, III., and In a favorite here and never falU to draw a 220, Cirpenter 321, Cooper 372, Newland 20th, with privilege of Mlwourl, stopping over reDealers 'nail xlndsof- good old democrat, Tim W. crowd. 331, Biijle 300, Owens 305, Caldwell 171, turning, but not while going out. Sleep That Iligcin, camo all the way from Louisville Arm Crushed. Dr. J. F. Peyton was Kennedy 331, Carter 21, Howard 319, Pen ing cars will be provided on these trains, and berths can be secured in advance by to put in one for Alcorn and Warren and called to the Sinks Saturday to amputate dleton 232 addressing S. F. B. Morse, General Paesen tberrstof tho ticket. the arm of Joseph Oens, which had been UARRIAGES. ger Agent, Covington. No more delight Mis!eBallie and Pattie Miller, mangled by a freight train passing over it. of Richmond, who h.ve been visiting Mre. Owens is a cl(lzn of the vicinity and had Hume Clay anil Mies Mary Thomas, ful trip can be imagined. At Old Point R E Hill,a near- S'anford. , returned home been on a tear at Livingston all day. He leading aociety people, were married at one can hear what the wild waves are saySilurday, much to the regret of friends. ing as they lash the shore of the Cheaa finally wandered oil down the track and Parris Thursday. Thia evening, at the residence of Judge ptake and drink in the breezes from the Thk friends of Judce M. C. Saulley laid down lo fUep in the tuunel. It is tup. will urge the President to appoint him to posed that the jnr of the train disturbed bis W. F. Onaley, at Burkavilte, Ky., hia hand- Atlantic. A few yards from Hygeia Hotel In Washington slumbers and caused him to throw his arm some daughter, Misa LeIU, will be married is Fortress Monroe, the largest an Associate Judge-hi- p lort in Territory. Speaker Carlisle and Governor over on the track; at any rate it was mashAmerica, where tbero ia a large military to Dr.H. 11. Grant, of Louisville. jttaaaaiaHafa'X McCreary bad an interview in hla behalf ed into a jelly tip to his shoulder, while no Rev. J, A. Iljgle united in rncrriage training school. At Hampton, two miles WaUaVsiw Jz with the President ywtsrday morning. la)l Friday in Stanford, Mr. Theodore J. aboye, the National Soldiers' Home and other portion of his body was hurt. Courier Journal. May and Miss Louisa Reichart, late of Indian Normal Schco'. Then there'a NewThe McClure Trial. Judge M C. Cleveland, Ohio, but now of this county. port Newa and miny other places of interPiiok and Mm E P. Hawim chap, est where one can spsnd a week. Passing eroned a merry party of 25 ftvm Crab Or- Saufley, who assisted in tho defense, tells LAND. STOCK AND CROP down from Richmond you go through all chard Bprlrgs last night to attend the us that there was no sort of conidracy A. T. Nunnclly aohl to Will Moreland of the great btttlo fields of the Peninsular, Webber performance: Among the ladles proven in the case, and that from the testithrough Wifliamatown, near bv whicbAare andcenllemencompjslngit were Mrs. Ruse, mony he believes Judge McClure guiltless 115 picked heep at 2 lo 2 cent. Pure-bryearling Southdown bucks Jamestown on one side and Yorktown on Mis-e- s Colyar, Malts, Hurt, Buchanan and of any crime. He further says that had 9 4'.. the other equidistant and only four miles Murrill and Meesr. Nichols, Bennett, Mo not Dr, Lovell in a panic gone to the for aale by F. Raid, Stanford, Ky. Moorea with the report that McClure, Carter yoke of work from Willinmstown. Fon Bale A first-elRobert, Metcalfe and Major Crump. SCRKEYS,- and other were plotting against them that cattle. Apply to It. E. Barrow, or Master-so- n LOCAL MATTERS. the trouble would have never occurred. .ICVf IDYEnTlHEJIKBTH. Peyton, These gentlemen were standing talking At the sale of Jereey catile belonging Stone Fruit Jars at T. R. Walton'e. about the election and the Dr. reported bia to Mann, Keller, Clay & Oilman, at Paris, Fresh cakea and candle Ht Waters & auspicious, not the actual facta The testi 39 head told at an average of $112 37. Oae ! a Wool, Seeds, Feed, Coal, l.umbei'. Etc. Wearen'a. mony was about aa haa been heretofore sold for $110 Elgblh Annual Pair the Central J, L Cogir bought this week 10,000 The Fair Aisociatliu will beolheld at Danville, Fruit Jara and Jelly Glasses at A. A. shown, and tho defendant waa allowed to give bail iu the sum of $1,000, which bushels of wheat of S:eele Bros, at 70 cents. Warron'a "Model Grocery,'' amount ho readily gave, with D. P. Bathu-ram- , He also bought 5,000 bushels of J. G. 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1886. All account are now due. Please call J. Adams, Sr , and J. M. Fish aa his Brooks at the same figures Midway Clip PROQIIAT ENLARQED. and aettlo. Metcalf & Foster. auretici. There waa no excitement the day per. Eferybidy gave up yesterday to the Inoreased Acoommations for Exhibitors building lots for sale between Stan- of the trial. Six And 'iiltor. ford and Rowland. H. J. Darat. A eiMOUS and nearly fatal accident oc election and business of alt kinds waa dul'J curred at Iho C. 8, riilroad crossing at Mil. The auctioneers say there was not a hoof of Xo Entrance Fee. Premiums Fulil in The finest assortment of candles ever ledgeville last Thursday, in which Mr. stock on tho market, an unusual thing for Cash wlthott discount. brought to Stanford at Waters & Wear- Wigham, near that place, was badly court day. Wm. Music by JGicldiorn'd Bimd, Lehman Bros, shipped from Lexiog-to- u express. He anil hurt by the south-boun- d The best Band Ii the South. A host elegant lino of French candies another gentleman attempted to make tho last week alx car load of cattle bought lust opened at A. A. Warren's "Model crossing in a buggy, but were run into, the of George Whitney at 5 cents. They aver Cornot Solos "Every Day. Grocery." Musical killed and the vehicle completely de- aged 1,601 pounds and were the iattest J. M. MEYER, Bcc'y. Wall Paper, WIiioh. hone W. J. LYLE, Prca't. DriiRH, juiniior IuHtruemcrm, Chemical, jjookn, Go to Mrs, Kate Dud- - molished. A large splinter waa driven shipped from the county this year. Read This. Stationery. Pu!nt8, l'ocitet James W. Gueal, of Danyille, purdera'a and'tco the new chemleettes, collars clear through Mr. Wigham's thigh, tearing TobuceoM, Soapa, Cutlery, OllH, flesh in a fearful man- chased vciterday at Chicago from Wm. Perfumery, and rushings, Handkerchief and Pendants and lacerating the College, Firo Arms, a'acliin m cvuicii " ner. The man who waa in the buggy at McAfco, of Louisville, the suckling filly, and rings for Lambrekins, 8TANrOKI), KY. Oar Jewelry, SJlvorvyaro and Optlcnl Hoods Department h Iu Chargo or Col the time with him wni unhurt. About 15 full elater to Terra Cotta, by Harry O'Fal-loc- ; promptly and In tho beat The Ladlea' Aid Society of the Presby- minutes later a woman with three children dam Laura B., by Bay Dick. Price, The Next Session Opens Septombar 1. Tlios. B'cliards, who will ltonair Hutches mid Clocks ' stylo. pastor, Rev. terian church prcented their in a spring wagon made a hair breadth es- S500- .- Courier-Journa- l. A.S. Motlslt, with a sufficient amount from cape at the same croeslng, coming very They do things in style in nawalha, Noted for Health, OomfortAHomo Oare, Good Disoipline, well Qualified and tbclr trc.irury to taku him on a trip to the near being mn over by n freight train, and Kansas. A copy of the premium hat cf the Eflloient Teaoliers, Tlioroth TralnlDg ocean, boy who hap- county fair haa been tent us by Dr. L. R. but for tho heroic efforts of a aud wide sbope of Instraotbn, comprehensive and the Lincoln Dunn attempted to shoot an- pened to be ncr, all four would doubtless Yates. It is very Ever Male. have been killed. Both accidents were the merchonts ehow their enterprise by having other nrgro named Anderson at Junctiou In threo different couUis, arranged 1 Kftaa rnnlne cnlnil Don't watte your money on a irom or rubber coat. The FIS ft pp ANP BUCKETj sandwiched all to Graduatesmental tastes and capicltls ot puplla. advertisement, suit the City yesterday, when Willis Prowilt, n remit of carelessness, aa a train on either their JUnipt! vua tn iwu U. ri' Ik vine r a...li .1 e P y" trj In Tho Dr. himself takes a piee p ' 1 pasting negro, was shot in the groina and side of the crossing ctn bo teen for half n throush it. "ri.riiMuin".en.lnrl'rlmlveftiiloguto A J. Tl)yr.H.aBlmmnnttt,Hnton.Mas ALVX.H. t'AXTli.y Pre.ldent 1 U.'.'w 101 I.W U"n M.UIU. 'mil'. will I'Wly dfe MnnaRor. It cotta you bat very little lo epend K you a Ii,. .. tt The Mercer Grain and Coal company have in elevators at Ibis place, about 75,000 bushels) of whea'. Thev are at 05 cents. J. M Board shipped last week the largest shipment of lambs yet shipped from I thi place, 1,305 head which he bought in this and Washington counties at 4 cenn per pound. f Democrat. Commifsiocer of Agriculture John F Davi will bold hi annual wheat show at Frankfort, August 24, where first and sec ond premium of $15 and S10 will be awarded on lonjberrv, red and white Each sample must be a half burh el, marked with the tame of the exhibitor andmiybeeent freight to be paid by the department. 0 Children Cry FOR PITCHERS al sleria m .ii -- a Contaur Liniment tho most wonderful tho has ever known. XX. G. RITPXaXSir, !New Goods for Spring and Summer, eteait & Ifesrtofff -- ALWAYS IN THE MAKKBT, Lov a Specialty. .1 Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, Hardware, Embracing SSvsrTrthmg, one-half- u 'a. r8 er a V MlJEZTGAJLuF fc FOSTER he-ill- h. WHHEI 3J& MEIEFEE, Farming Implements and Miicliin ed Fia fiBg&te&t afags. m Fair at Danville August Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wag&s, drain, Ken-tuc- kr M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky.v Clear. Stanford Female k25& WBRtSP 1 n ,, I. lUft Lit v.-'-rn- inifrDwaterproofGoat 1 . Scuii-tSIcekl- fi Juterior onrnal .CHARACTER IN HANDWRITING. One of the Most lf oscillating Studies One Can I'lnd Some of the Signs. Graphology U tho art of reading character In handwriting. It Is ono of the most fascinating studios ono can And; absorbing one's attention; making ono a nulsanco to ono's friends and acquaintances in one's search for bits of writing. Tho poorost' writing is as good to study as tuo best-be- tter, The good wrlting-th- e in fact writing that is still as tho writer was taught by the teacher shows n character without any originality. Dut what is graphology) Well, in brief, it is tho art of character in handwriting, and enables ono to study his friend or enemy at a dlstanco and as friendly lottcrs are tho loast unstudied, tho least formal, they rovoal moro of ono's character. It is not necessary to read tho words; but from the manner lottcrs aro mado, bow thoy aro joined, bow placed on the line, and many points, ono can decide tho charactr of n person wholly unknown. Thero is not n bit of prophesy about it, ns in palmistry, phrenology and other arts. Simply tho aioral and mental character of tho person who wroto nnd at tho time of writing. Comparing writings of persons at dilfcrcnt porlods, tho declino or advance in character can bo told. If I could have Maxwell's lottors to I'reller, nnd could have also lottors written by him this past week, I could tell whothcr bo has lost conlldenco or not It our druggists' windows are portraits of two great artists, Adolina 1'attl and Mary Audorsou. Take n good look at their signatures. Thero is no etiunl to a 1'attf, and none of tho Pattis can comparo with Adcllna: But it is a gracious, gracoful priifo, shown by tho graceful underlining of tho nauia See, too, womauliness of tho writer. tho Now turn to Mary Anderson. Sho belongs to the now generation. Less, far less of womanly graco and charm, more, far inoro of tho ago. She is n born business woman, Klio ono might say n business co luettu. could hold her own on 'chango among our best and keenest morchants. Tbo tlourish to hor nam) shows sho can "draw trade," and what is more, can keep it Sh is n Ono who poser posing over and always. wishes to keep in her good graces mutt praiso hor. sho Is cold bloodoX Now find if you scan the slgnaturo of Adelaide Xellson. AVhatnoblonoss! "What What power and range of imOno of the repression, and of expression. grets of my life- is in never having soon and beard her. Siuco I began studying graphology I have not found n wrltiug 60 essen's tially noblo la all ways as is Adelaide what' I'm talking too fast, and haven't givon you any proof of what I you know Well, claim for graphology that two signs of graphology have passed into proverbs. Tho careful person Is ono who always "dots his l's and crosses his t'o," who always "minds his p's nnd q's." Let your readers take a bundle of letters, spread them out and look for small f's, and they will soon find soma that are not simply loopod, as tho writing master taught, but are barred back of tho down stroko 5ow look farthor no J That is stubborness. liud some t's that are barr-- d with a don slant from left to right, making an acito instead of an obtuse angle o.i the under right-hanside. There is tbo mark of an opinionated, contrary parson. "V. H. W." old-tlm- a Noll-son1 d SIXTY YEARS AGO. THE FASCINATION OF A FISHERMAN'S LIFE IN THOSE DAY6. When Now Unelnnit Hoys Atonjr the d How Fish Were Years CariWere Caught In osities of the Soa. Web-l'ooteUy-GoSen-Sho- re D Education. fl.......l.t Tiisuunmuru iai it sit IlchMl Hoior and HORSES IN MOTION. STANFORD SPENT O.td Mrdsl ore. O0O RAlliin uimto Clrllx, ofi Miiagwn. . Ml cthtf Colle, $40,000 IN DEMON- STRATING HIS THEORY. The Sum Uacil In of a fittllopliii; Unco Horse A lCuowl-cdr- e That Convinced u Great Painter of lit Krror. Mr. Stanford, of California, lias a portrait of Llinsclf by Melssonier, painted in Paris whon the senator was thoro a tow year back. Tlio price was $1U,UU It is not consldored to bo a good litoral likeness, nnd very fow portrait! of Americans by French arc. That iutution for truth and the habit of getting at It, which portrait painters of the tirltisli and American schools possess, tho French gives way to his artistic dispositions i he is always searching for something which bliall improve ona's nature. Mr. Stanford gave Motesouier a good many sittings, about thro hours tor each. A curious incident happeued with roforenco to ono of the most celoaratsd pictures of the artist Ho had paiutoJ for Mr. Btowart, of Nuvr York, the dry (,ojJs man, ono of his largest and most Iiupressivo pictures a bat-tl- o scene, where 'upoloon is iwudinc in his Uuards, and ns thoy go past him they all J saluto him. Mr. btmiford had scnt Ha In photographing horses In motion. observed, anions other things, that when horses were in rapid motion, or galloping, they never struck on their toes, but on thotr heels llruily, bocauso they wou.d haro fallen and brolcon their necks. Ho oiorvod that tlio foremost figure of tho oQlcer, vihoso saber is up in the nir, was going in such a way that his horse would strike on tho tea $10,-0O- 7z"sssinitssssk MACKINAC, J K4etUifc Or4..U Or4s c'AaU'rs adJrt.1 KaUr . V. It 8MITII. lieil. liliitgii.KT. DENTIST, irsalit4 Sscmm. Picturing the Movement DR. W. B. PENNY, Summer Tours. Tour Tripe Bt, Clair, Oakland "This fishery question must oxclto a good deal of interest among tho people of tho seashoro towns of Essex county," said a gentleman who was on ot those who wont "down to the sea in ships'' moro than slcty years ago to n reporter. "Most of the boys down thero are at least thoy wero whon I was ono of thorn. In thw days, as soon as ago and mother permitted, the boy would tin up his effects in n and apply for a berth on fishing craft so mo of tho outward-boun"Tho mothod of fishing has chaugod since l, d Pftlaoa Qtoamers. Slnnl'ortl, UTontnolcy, DETROIT, it. Kasi Obtii, lriea. RarrisTUls. Oiaeda. Bind Stub, Vorsltunn. nry Wesk Say Bsiwtta ft Waak Bstween MACKINAC ISLAND Aous. Maria Low Rates. City. tsotal Qunday OUR DETROIT AND CLEVEUND Trips dnrtny July and August. MClSSO.MEll'a ANATOMICAL MISTAKE. I had opportunity, I found that I could not get diversion aud usefulness to- gother any way so well as by raising horses. On that subje.'t I had long had some views whi h I desired to carry out. I commenced u system of training horses in according to my a stable and ring notions. Soon after I commenced I o served that ono of my favorito horsos had u tromendous stride, some twenty three feet; tho averago race horso strides scmothiug like eighteen foer. This strido is tho more- meiit of the horse, by tho assistance of tho other leg, from whoro ho lifts bis foot to where ho rmts it down again with a rapid I looked at this horse as ho went motion. around tho course, and it occurrod to me, from tho speed ho .vas making, that at timos ho must have all bis feet oil tho Horso experts stated that this ground. could not bo the cose, and they demonstrated it by argument. " Novortheloss, Mr. Stanford could not see bo a- - a horsj made such speed without at times throwing himself clear off tho ground, and dartiuir ' through tbo nir like a Pegasus. after So, seeing the first drawing of this at Melssonler's stuJ.o, while the artist and sitter wore ton crsmg on the subject of how tho bono moved, Air. Stanford said; "Will you bring that horso forward a fow feet in "I tho same action lis is now waklngi" was," said Mr. Staniord, "certain that tho horso would not strike on bis heot if he the action." Meissouier continue tho movement, and in a moment ho perceived that what the two men had bc.it talking about convicted him, and his forto was drawing horses; he tad horso models with all their anatomy movable, especially about tho logs und feet. Ho turned to his model and brought tho animal forward, and he suddenly perceived that bis great canvas had made an nnatomloal mistake. He put his hands in his hair and began to race around his studio like a man who hal lost bis wits. I inquired of Mr. Stanford about Ills wilo of borses, wherein bo realized soiuo fO.WJ for tuo average run of his stalk', pinking el,tKJ to SI, --MO, perhnps, yoan horse, fcaid ha: the price ih "I was bruum up on n farm, nnd always had pleasure in a horse. In California, ro-ce- my day. Seining was nover practiced thon. I have hoard it spokon ot among skippers, but tho general opinion was that it was imprnctloablo, as tho mackerel wero so shy and sprightly that thoy could not bo surrounded. But tho Mshormon havo found out how to do it slnco then. In my tttao thero would bo eight or ten boys struivg along on tho starboard sido of theVessel ns near together ns thay could comfortably fish. Each had two linos attached to tho ralL Tbo hooU had a load sinker, collod n. 'gig,' cast on Tho bait was merely slipped on tbo hook anything whlto or shiny would answer, a piece of pork rind or fish, or oven a white rag. Sometimos a pieco was put on over tho hilt ot tho book boforo the load was cast on. It mado n good bait, nnd would wear for some wooks. Tho usual butt was a small, round pieco cut from tho throat of a fresh mackerel. Each man stood in fishing, with bis loft thigh against tho rail, facing toward tho stern of tho vessol, holding a lino betweon thumb aud finger ot each hand, roady at first call to yank in tho line, tho skipper, meantime, throwing over bait of mackerel ground iu a mill, to attract tho school, while the minds of the men were on their linos. would yield ISO A rood day's 'wash barrel' of mackerel. A 'wash barrol' was ono in which tho fish wero placed, with water, to soak out the blood boforo suiting. crew about half the gang In a wouhl knock olf ilsblng at about noon and go to dressing that is spitting and glbbing. The spitter had n board, laid across a tub made of a halt hogshead, cm which ho laid the fish and run a knlfo down tbo back from nose to tail. Ho slid the fish to tho gibbon, two of whom sat by to remove tho cntraili and throW the fish into tho barrel ot watei Whon the barrol was full tho water waj turned off, but immediately cephvcod with water drawn from over the sido of the vessel. This was tho second rinse, which was poured oil after a few minutes, like tho first Tho fish were salted in barrels with Liverpool dry salt 1 was ono of i crew of ten who caught, dressed and tilted U)0 barrels ot mackerol in ono day off Mount fishing d POWDEtf Absolutely Puic. Thlit powder OfBce on Lancaitcr street, roxt door to Ikt riok JocnxAi. odlcp. Offlco hours from 8 to 12 1 u.and I to or. x. AneithetlcaailmlnliUtrsdwIiei OKeiuiiarr. 1154-ly- r, ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS JUtH and Kxauntoa Titkala wlU b furnlaied . byyourX1ek(IAcat,oraddna ' C. D. WHITCOMB, G.n'l Pa. Agsnt, Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nay. Co. DCTROir, MICH. Ricliniond Fair. Tho Madlaon Countmod as usual on - 00 VoJlO H ,? fcp Vyu37 JSS strength inJ than Hie culinary kind, ml ran not be sold Annual lOlli Dnyn. couipetiton with the multitude of low test .ihoit wcigat R'uru or imoapnaie povaen. eqmoniy in The premium Hit Is unusually larite and cam. UUVALlllKINU rOWDKB liberal purxraler botli trotirngaDd luanlnit 116 Wall Strtel, New York, racra each day. H pedal Iraloa will b run dallr at intTl olpurllj, nTr Tsrlcs. a More ccouoialcsl Vliolonniracu. Fair will Ugla at Itlcb' iVcuiittiiuol l, es Ulow USE uin, ratrs from DmiTlIlf, HUnfcril. Ixtsdoii, I.lvlns,- and all points reached liy Hie K. C. I?or Catalogues apply to MAI It Is I Qvtt!EX' J. P.UKnNDON.fieretary. W. II. MIL.EU. 0. 11. ClIEKAUbT, PeslJcnt. (110 41) oKos.cAiii'iiNTi;n. X. SID II.ATT, I.Ol'I.STILLE. A CIIUW. a medicinal preparation, nnd, nt the same liinr.an cK'gantau.KUan'y toilet article. Its action upon the scalp U healthful. It nourishes tho glamls which support tho hair, and causes thin, dry lmlr to bo conio thick, soft, mul rigorous. It restores the color of youth to locks which hnvo become faded with ago or disease; and relieves ami cures itching, caused by humors of the scalp. Dr. George Gray, Xaslnm, X. II., writes: "It gives mo pleasure to testify to the wonderful effects produced by Hall's Vogctablo Sicilian Hair hencwer, si observed by me in very many cases. IT WILL CCUTAIXI.Y SEMEWEE. Miller AJiirpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS KTAM'OBI), LtXCOLS MYERS HOTEL, STAJNTOE3B. HY. E. H. BUKKSIDT. Propr - CO.,Kr. First Nallon- - Oflcc, South bid Mala 1 8lrri,oTrr nk. Iarui, IcctudlRs! torn of thefloeil IHue-Ora- sa Stnek Farms In Central Ktmucdy, Town Lota and Koaldsncea, Timber and Mim-ra- t iJDdi sale on corambilon. lor furlter partktilin send for prints! ducrln-tlo- n of this Kciloa and uf irv pertlti lor aale. fr Tbia Old und Woll - Known Hotol Still Maiutaina itu High RoputHtlcn, -- IM-S- A Big Offes?! To II?. lifl,Pirilet2r u that decond to no Conntrr Hotel in the State ia iu Fare. AM) P'nttL ltusioitr. Desert i "Thero wero many ill Cilubu-Douiocr- tHe bought he would make some oxperl- ments by photographing a horse in motion. On that subject bo bcxan to read and ia quire, and finally called in his chief mechanics from tho railroad shops. It was found that some work had been done in Europe at photographing animals in motion. A camera was obtained, and devices wero agreed upon to operate it upon a running borso; it was soon found that no single instrument would depict the horse iu bis ratio of motion from wbero ho started out to where he iluiihed his progression of movements and steps and returuod to the first motion. To they sent to Europe and imported a tortus of great cameras, which were put in lino opposite tho horso, and tbo horse hiuuelf, by breaking silk threads stretched breast-hig- h across tho track, took tbo picture as he wont past This was the first completo and oxpemlvo sorios of experiments ever mado on that subject A photographer in California was employed to superintend the matter, and after , theso pictures wero complotid Mr. Stanford went to Europe. Tho man nceompanled him, and a large proportion of scientific men of Franco gathered to listen nnd to soa concerning the photographing of tho horss in motion, and then tho photographer rathar imagined that he conceived tho whole matter, and was, so to tpo.tk, a discoveier. Ho ended by puttiug an injunction on Mr. Stanfora's Look in America, etc. As I looked over tho pictures, tho production of which in a book with test coit, as I have stated, friO.OJO, tho remarkable power of the horso in his front logs, pastern, otc., was brought to light How could expensive experiments ot that sort bo made without private fortunes to givo tho opportuu-ty- i "Juth' in Cincinnati Enquirer. t, Tlinn-Honiiro- il A SEItlEi. OF lilii CAMERAS. becue In other countries was a custom which obtained in Germany during tho middle uges, at tho crowniug o. tbo emperor, when nn ox vat roasted wtole. Uowtver it originated, in this country it has beon n favorite means jf entertainment for the great crowds who bai o been l.rought together for various purposes in Ueorgia in tuo years gone by. in ths days, when Whigs and Betno.rats met each other on Uio hustings was customary for the friends of the two it candidates to combino and provide for a Larb-Kue- , Then invitations were sent out to the yeomanory, and thoy would come. Tuo.jO.ut discu-uiowould take place in the .afternoon, und after tho dUcusiion canto dinner. Somehow this custom has fallen into disuse, and the barbecue was relegate! to male picnic Chicago Hdnild. nnte-bellutlme-bonere- Probably tho nearest apprjach to a Cnstrim ()r tho Uarberup, bar' Tlio Side tho HreuJ Is UuKerril On. and the Inconvenience Is soon forgotten." "Who Is that poor, old, raggrd-IcoklnrnupAHKD nv .man, pup," "That's an Inventor, child He Invents Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., lowell, Mass; enthely now ways of saving tUw, money, Bold by nil Druggists. nn.l labor iu tho pioluctiou ot iwolul articles." "Who nro thoso gentlemen with uig gold chains and diamond studsi They aren't aro thoy" "Jo, dear, they 'hnpiovo tue lut hjtiei house. Philadelphia Call BTAM-'OUD- . tho other man iuventrJ." Uaiuaju . j.Va.' KY. Always appear to agroo with the world A shirts in lt n. you will get on smoothly without soap as dwo In der Miir back vas mora worth and ( ,jP,-.,.- j stioie Carl ProtzoL Most Novt'l Sieiiu, w. p. WALTON, - - Propnoroing iuo iracK. '. n . Mica Minnie Palmer, the actress, who it . i . !. ' ,(. YOU I VH.u km Ll- - Sir of HtKf, 2(to Klabt luiuDlcteffio ' now iu London, is reported to have oiTered :?AT UACKINU CyUiHl sanU-- to iiulckly'l v. i.i i 41.1a. mi-- i i.i cry. Bratlng rafaflty, Inrlndlmi fiYerj, a $',C00 prize for the bot and moit novel rrii oy (toil' nw w- - hm-.- :. It. 41. I. rli iw'i..i' . H I. Milirw to good attiictlom. rai yii rifH' means of advertising. Inter Ocean. ;iouint. , Ilorcos, Dos '"' Otlior Animals. Tho interest which yearly lncroasss in horses and other domesticated animals will bo as much manifested as ever at the summer resorts. Although attended with much difficulty and annoyance, psoplo with horses ot thotr own, used either for tho saJdlo or driving, tryin many instances to have them rcmovod to tho seaside or suburban placos wQuro they mako their longest suburban stay, in order that th y may have the of them. To a greater extent this is the caso with pet dogs, though many of the best summer hotels and boardlng-bouso- s object to receiving them and there is hardly a hotel roan who ha not had to moot and settle tbo guests, us I dllllcult dog problem; for while Sir. Arthur an u MatchOLtkor. a rule, objost to having lunoruble little whipper-snappertrotting and snarling During President Arthur's admlnlstra-ttwm, as tion a reception was given at tie White arouutl tu parages and House which Mma Chrlstluo NlUson at- - fcolJet'nios Lappjns, brought into tho there are many persons who think Justice Gray was nho proscnt I s niUl u of luelr iwt Tho president, in chatting with her, called that thoy attention to the almost gigantic ilsrura of will not go themselves whore their canine darlings nro jefused. It is mainly in or- (fie justice at ha towerod had and euou! lers above everybody in tho room, and in dor to gratify tho growing human Interest Jinuatlngly suggested that ho would be an ln tbo nlmnl world that at so ma-- y of tho excellent catch. Latr on thj nrosldent places or summer resort snecinl accommo. introduced tbo songstress to tlio learned dations for horsos und other ailmals nro justice, and sh? tooic bis arm and promo- - belli,: provided and facititios increase for nadod aruuud tho east room. They chatted having th.m contribute to the amusement together for a few nitnutos, and thon sho of th givat crowds that congregate at theso Philadelphia Times, returned to tho president's side. With an pluce-umused smile upon his face, Mr. Arthur Had to Ask !Miiiifliinl- tilm. asked tho madamo bow she liked Mr. Gray. Profosor George L Yosa, wloso manual bho shrugged her shoulders, und roplied mat uo was altogether too dry aud deep on ruilrcud cnglneerim: Is authority tho world for her. That is how Presldont Arthur's time-car- over, was one duy puu.iug over the on tho wall of tho Bstou As Mulno attempt at ended. Washwithout making out' what be , station, ington Cor. Boston Truveler. wanted to know, when tbo proiident of tho road, Mr. Furber, came by and accosted St. I.uwroucu Hirer Eel Slnrket. lad offered tho othor day to him. "I am very glad to bee you," tho proA 1,-I wish you would help mo bring mo a mess of any kind of lish I ' fessor said. wanted. "How Is the market for eolsi" I out u Ith this tiuio table. I can not inako The iirosldent joined asked. "Good," said he, "I will briilg you beud or tall out uf somo if you please." "is it a in the investigation, and fa-- some moments iact," nskod 1, "that eels can live after thoy tho pair llouudelud among tho a. iu.'s and are skinned" "Oh! yes," quoth he, "you p. ul's, with no cutlsfftctcry results whatmay cut their heads oif, skin 'em, tako ever. "Uh, I uover cun uule anything out their insides all out, and then put 'em in of those thiugs," Preyident Furber oxciaimed the river, and olr they'll swim as if you had at length. "Let's ask somebody." And done nothing to 'om." I laughed incredu- they wont and askod u Ivakemau. Boston lously at this, when tbo boy called his Cor. ProviJence Journal, father, who was noar by, nud he actually Colo You lifer nc a I'renelirr. confirmed his son's assertion; But neither Colo Younger, by fa,- - tho ablest of tho was certain how far the eel wouhl swim after the operation, or whotber it really on brothers, is a man of considerable educu.. (nvwl tlu .Ucinlf.irtnn mi ,ii.,i,r,,,,i,.. t tlon, and, with the iiducements of refine- t,on airorJei1 br the rotremjut at Stillwater, Alexandria Bay Letter. i has mado much of hlnielf. Ho is particu- . larjy well posted on the Scriptures better .Mauy DiCfcruut Varieties or Kiev. An instructive display at the nowly opened tIlan th9 average cler.'ymau iu many points colonial exhibition in Londun is that of rico i and now regularly proachos to bis tollow of India, which Includes 10,003 arietles, all ' cnvicts, delivering aole addresses. Ho has a belonging to a slugle species. All colors are I)eculIari ul"ti yet aot unpleasant way of represented, from black to pslo yellow and Pe'1'lnoi nd is tin favorito preacher in JHiinejpoils JournuL whita Two species of wild rico aro known. luo only one of which resembles the cultivated ' o 1 lap or Any Ulncl. varieties Arkanww Traveler. The authorities of Liverpool da not to like gay colors. Thoy havo receutly It is clever in us to bury an old animosity, but it Isn't Just tho thing to put a tomb- issuod an order frbidding any householder to oxbiblt a fiag f any kind outside of his stone over it Philadelphia CatL s 1 , din-tend'"i-roobow-wowj i i I match-making d ' ar-ol- Grant Pull of Human Nature. Ho bad few affections, but tho;o wore intense; bj did not hato itiutiy, but ho could bo implacable. Ho was not what is usually called ambitious, but after bo bad been long in power ho was not insensible to the sweots of possession, and was uccidodly averse to relinquishing what ha had enjoyed. Ho was not vain, but ho knew his , .... qualities and, though be bad tho faculty of receiving adulation with a greater nppoaranco of equanimity man any human being I have tuown, lie was not indifferent to tho recog- .litlon of the world or tho praises of bis friends. Ho who never betrayed on that imperturbable countenance that be rolished the plaudits of tho multitude has told me often with delicious frankness afterword of the compliments ho had received: bo who so carelois ot censure or criticism, , seemed ! after some little spoecb of four or five linos. has looked around sbyly as he sat down and whisperod: "Was that all rightf Tho disclosure is no betrayal ot his confidence, now that his moJesty can uo longor be pained. It can not but make his calm nnd stalwart nature still moro interesting to know that it covered the ordinary softnesses of humanity. Tho living, breathing man Is noirer to us than tho stutuo of Btonu or uuroal denii god. Tbo Grant that I 'new was full of human nature. He bad his weaknesses, but they mado him moro lovable sometimos to tbo.o who found them out; ho had bis weaknosces, but to deny this would bo to deny that ho was mortal Adam Badeau's Letter. I j ' I nftor turning iu by tbv drum-fiswhich mado such a pounding on tbo bottom of tbo voisel that sleep was al most Impossible. Then wojroqueutly caught a toad fish, a short, plump, specimen Of marine natural history. Scratching his body with a chip causes htm to swell up as round as a bladder, and to burst if tbo operation was long continued. Wo frequently found u kind ot sucker attached to deep sea cod. They nro from oco to two feet long, eel shaped, with a round mouth. set with hooked teeth, with which they at tach themselves to tho fish so firmly that they will allow themselves to be pulled asunder boforo thoy will let go. Another curious thing is what the sailors call a salvo-ba- g a pirasite, black in color and about the slza of a largo beetle, which it somewhat resembles. Thoir bodies are flllod with a substunoo which looks like salve, and is said topossoss excellent healing quali ties," uoston Herald. " h hlgUl-coToroJ .wero kopt uwako that interested tbe boys on their age. I." ing nt anchor oil Capo curiosities of tho sea first voyMay, wo 7Hi: HAIlt IO ITS OIUOINAI. COLOR. It cleanses the head of UsiidrulT, und lentcs the lmlr soft, gloiy, and beautiful." 1'. T. Sandheln, 1010 Spruce t., rhllsilelphla, Pa., writes: "After unavailing!' trjlng a number of preparations to prevent my hair from falling out, and, realizing tlwt I vus fast becoming bald, I tried, as a last resort , Hair Hair ltcnewer. I have used only four bottles of the Itcifwcr, nnd am perfectly sat lined that It Is the bet prepathe ration In the market for f.tUin,; out of hair, inviora'iu; th? hair r xt, and promoting n new pnwth." eli-ill- nj aty ff isin rrinltttoe ui Appointruenti, or Atten tion to Comfort of tboir Gneiti. t n.KtjM will pr 'rto We will send the Semi-Weekl- Sprrlal erf.estftjtti to TL. (run tia.It ... toromfrflITrafri. aud ArroannAli.il y Interior Journal jf ar sbJ a STATES, OF Mandaof LigkoriauJ Clsara. And the New York World vot HISTORY KENTUCKY GEIT1UL fl. m fr UNITED "illuoWiuHM Jtatifc." g Ei(vris pld, liounJ ia lnbrflle tree rail, lll. ouw iwgra ana eouiiasing Tt Ba tucrsTlBei. It ovprahHiilr work of tbe kind ii mo history ln thonidlBary ii'iise, IUhH.llJM it n rondrnwd nwrpanr fll f 110 yrir. uii-a- i pub-"Mn- Shortest and Qnlokest Bcuta from Out. tral Kontuokj to oil PoinU llorUi, Last, W6.1t find Bonthweet. Kail f Uelttr(n LEXIXUTOX A Cl.Cla.ATJ fcckrOul 1 W's Buckingham's Dye JUl! TIIK , without netlcf rtfrre th , o rlaht to withdraw this etfrr rrisit st one. W. P. WALTON, Slanloi.l, Ky in Lct ro. . May , ! . . WHISKERS commends itnvlf to all who line occasion t iikj n djo for the beaid r mustache. It will change gray, faded, or sandy w linkers, to n Immtlful brown or black, as desired. The colors prdticd aro Uatur.il aud lasting. It c.iuiiot ba washed i.T, contains o ,des:riic.lo lugrodlent, Is L.&N. Louisville & -- Bocto-Bcvu- f."u 1 .Ex. &eu. 1 Iily ifbnr Ci. eun 2 00 pm 1 B Lto. CoTlntiec... 1 aimr-ul- h . Nashville R, R, UKKAT- Alt. l'arla Tilt s ., " Cyntblana.. 10 it amlie I'nii is lUpu. ,11 d ID M " Islington. .. lit 10 mlm jj tt,M I 10 K I 10pm a ml 6 M 3 p Hi 16 p 8 10 r. ia pa u : vifciVr-'ipss- iss VIIifiOUGU TltUXK LINJ TO TIIK " Utmulr " EUntorJ jucnwaoa . M tm 1 i effectual. i!ut. ssfp, convenient to tue. and MtKPsltnti IIY B. T. HALL Si, CO., Katha, If. II., U. 8. A. Sold by n!l .KmIoi In medicines. SOUTH & WEST WITH Lre iUcliuiHKl. rr. i!rra... Noarn-BoDH- ylleg.lon.. 3 .. g J W p tit Wp. ml IuL. I , ,: -- r - in uiml .JZT..h' w Mo. ..( nmm HC. 3 I It No i Pullman Palace Sleepers, Lre, UTlngiioa 8 00 a w Mr. lllehaond Arr, Lre. Arr. Arr j.io. KlehinonJ... lllthmoQil Ayer's CherryPectoral Should ba kept constantly nt lmiul, for use iu cmcrgcuclcs of the household. JIauy a mother, startled In tho night by the ominous sounds of Croup, finds tho little duffuror, with red nnd swollen face, gasping for nir. In such cases Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Ulmnlualile. 3Ir. Ilmm.i Ciedney, 130 AVcat 128 tt., New York, writes: "Whllo iu the country, last winter, my little boy, three years old, was takon 111 with Croup; It tccuicU ns if be would die from strangulation. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral wni tried in inull nnd frequent does, and, In le tlinu half an hour, tho littlo patient was breathing easily. The doctor said Hint the Pectoral .avcd my darling's life." Mrs. Chas. J. I.audon, Gullfonl, Conn,, writes: "Ayer's Choir Pectoral Loulnvlllo Alhiiifa, Lr. ltowUnJ..r"7s"ilS" to Nnnln ... 11 41 a mi lll, fll01lllllt, Mlllc Hoclt, tfif"1".- -" .... 11 s" a m 00 ..I- --., Mon loonier j, WlnelicaUr.., Paris MoDlIu itiiil ,ctr OrleaiiH. L'f " iainuion lrli Arr. Oirlnirton ''Titlilaa....1SB p,a Oalyoot cbaeie topaictiln 1 10 p rai r 01 atol. 3 10 ptal 7 00 a raj, I 8 10 prn 8 IX) a nt , ss p w 7 M a w X 11 put ....1 3 10 p bi 8 ' 4 iu fl SO put p m 8 M a in 4 17 4 10 04 a di 5 IS pro . ( 00 p m It SO a ta 13 pin I . pu Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS MATAyiLH! mtAMlil, 'oTIl.Itoot(n( Kx. FrTKJrBr Pallr IHIIy un KmUbk boms on tbe tin ot this rad will receitV tie CorluKlod.. ' ,Vniflon iptclal ratoa. -aril .. Sto Agents of this Company for fate, routs AfMlllMibBiB dc', or wrlto c. r. irjmrti:, o p. " Jnhl.,01 Uultlllr. Ky " tt. e'un at. a, 7 J a in p in ' 5 In ,DI 5 ?? P n 2 00 p is a u MMtj, i, I ,. ?! a M' MOJO a iu a in. 8 8 7 19 !??Pn pin lally fan v pm THE SE&H-WEEKBovin-Hnrft- rfoTTj' yfciSJaPw. IKx, en a arnr Johiiton Carnal.. ...... 5 niir Ma 11 Kx. 1 Mlllralu.n ; t -- iiUtUpm lOm-.8 10 7 "uVoi-cc:.::::"- Saved My Life, uiitl nUo the life of my little son. As. he N troubled with Croup, I dare not bo without this remedy Iu iho houe." Jirs. J. Oiejr', Lowell, .Mom., write; "3Iy thlldreu hao repeatedly tnl.cn Ayer's Cherry roctorul for Coughs and Croup. It gives Immediate relief, followed by cure." Mrs. Mary L Evans, Scranton, P;., writes: "I haro two little boys, both of whom have been, from Infancy ("subject to Solent nttaeks of Croup. Abou. &lx months ago we began uMng A) ev'e Cherry Pectoral, nnd It nets llku a charni. In a few minutes after the child takes It, ho lncathcs easily nnd rests well, Every mother ought to know w hat a blessing I have found In Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. Win. C. Held, Freehold, X. J., writes : "In our family, Ayer's medicines havo been blessing for many years. In cae of Colds and Coughs, we tako Hunt fncto,,, mnZS, in 28 p in 8 n id 2 M pm 3 16 p iu 550 pro pro ybeti n, otl) cn.rJo.u, Interior Journal BrAKi'OUD, vaV'cSfc WWl If K. iD;:;:.M Mn.p? irUUt" 0cBri" M " y W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. fa pulillilicd WUt of fa "iStiJJSrk, lt8T' ;!' 'ent. erwy Tuesday and Friday at tht lowpricoof ces, CoTlngiou, Ky. 'I TWO DOIAItS PI3II -- YEAR. rt f rt n r .T i. it . s .(. i arO!B or 7rOF?.3E5L itxcusjui- ! ! Ayer's Gfierry Pectoral ! Noatly and Ohoaply Exooutod. A. "Qrand Combiiintion INTERIOR JOURNAL And tho Louisville br. . . for t.lc hj l.f ..I iVfc. BOURNE, PlPnf,.M, ni I' ' .. P". THE jAKOntrtalMl eat iaV jf "OMBlrUurt. " atle,in.n Alcolt eery ci. i, JU op-po- Weekly Courier- - Journal One year for only 83-t- wn pawrs for more than the price of onr. EllMUCtJslMlCt Lf.k, lluJBn. It. Y. 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