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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886080601 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. Jfcmt Weeifi jmiM mi Jmtfm $Mk 96 VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1886. NO. 148. GARRARD COUNTf DEPARTMENT. JAMES IS. BIcCREARY Stonowall Jackson's Courtar, ter awhile they all feel asleep, and Mr. Ferry surrendered to to Congress, subject When Harper' Is a Candidate for King, tnklng two or three stiff drinks, put Lancaster, to the action of the Democratic party. the finishing touches rn by cooking and Stonewall Jackson In September, 1802, Gn regliUre-- bull and one Madame L. Lnuis will open a dincing I hare one 2year.oM Vttbttjilic.il Ttteailawt nml Friday eating a small Afrlcin bay. After satisfy- Jackson halted his horse in front o' tin- 0 h school at this plac next M i id y evnlng, and tereral good yearlings, entitled to a II. K. TAYLOR, -- AT regtiter, fortale cheap. ing bis hunger, he embarked on the placid Vermont, and, taking off his hat solnmiily A. 31. JETjAXO, Garrard cnun't is being represented Stanford, Ky. OfLOOAN' COUNrY.lsaCaudfdsto or tbe office 83 XI3K NNUM, CASH. Nile and started toward Cairo, where he said: "Boys, don't feel bad; vou eiuld not Ht the Diii7ille fi'r this wevk by Urge ofBupertntondrnt of Public Instruction, subject to the Democratic HUte Content Ion. help itj it was ust as the Lord willed it." arrived after a long voyage, full of hazardcrowds of people. t understood If we credit that U.40 will be One of Jackfon'd etau asked Col. btann ous adventures and crcapec and doinanded. Cr'arles F. White was acquitted of the I On his return to England he was oflered ard, of tho 0 h Vermont, if he had anything charge of ehoo'Ing John Layton last week. Wm. Dooring & Co.'s Mowors, Binda seat in Parliament, but declined it to ac- to drink. Stannard courteously handed It wns a c'ar case of I offer for aale prlrately my W. T, WALTON. ers and Reapers, cept a Captaincy in the Queeo'i Life him his flisk, and tho young Confederate Tlie Hsrry Webber Cimedy Company QtMrds, Kcutiicky. FJLOVR AND GRIST MILL, lie entered society's giddy whir), captain poured out a horn and said: are to give n rendition of tbe Arabian Crab Orchard, "Colonel, here's to the health of the Night On DIz niter, S miles from Dansllle, on the nnd at once becamo the lion of the fair set, CAREER. THRILLING MAJ. THEO. KIND'S at the Citv Hall Saturday evening. Lexington turnpike It Is a very valuaThis got him into trouble, and he fought 8outbern Confederacy." ble piece of Property and can bs had at a bargain Monday's election passed ofl quietly. Having prom-tni- d CitAH OucrtAitn.July 27 addreslBgBi8tonw t Hti f Store-Hous- e StannArd aniwered. "To mk .nd accept All lb rotintv officials aro elected by safe & Lot. byl.lta thirty duels in Ices than twelvo months, At UN. C. X. FLOY It. to yield up tome the Tints in my nriwlrg n Miir'eiy of a prisoner nnd then iosult majorities, Alcorn carried the county by each time klllincr Mi n'ar'"'l, T, more ekotchrn of well known Lincolncoun weary of this life, ho left England, and himisan act that an h ifiurbl.- aildiet about 50 votes nnd Warren by 03. James T.Ai AdministratorI with the wilt annexed of tbe offer for sale privately Davlcta, deo'd, ty ptoplo, 1 have Ht much trouble nml ex took an active part in all the wars he could would scorn." Hamilton was elected town marshal and "'rikinj likener. o( MiJ. Storo-HouBMl'. VERNON, KY. peoe secured and Lot on Lancaster Jackson turned on bis stall officer and B. F. Pherigo p3lice judge. hear of throughout tho civilizsd world. He St., Stanford, Ky., Theodore Kinir. He will therefore act a distink-ulshehimoelf or bravery on many gave him a severe scalding, siyiug the rep. L. linger Williams, of Lexington, ad- This old nod Hotel is still the tubjsct of the prut lit sermon, and a field, and waa promoted to the rank of etition of uch an insult would cost him jutant ol the 21 regiment, was How occupied by MlssBuwadoBeizlcy. fine reputation. Charges reasonable. in town 137-II. I'AXTOX, Adm'r. ado it Ne me the Brent Majir. Returning to London after a wild his place. Then turning to Col. Stannard without further J. Special attention to the traTellng public. this week to ascertaiu whether the Oweley .. If. n. vnn'r-nirest felicity imaginable to pimp Inin Ibe la military career, bo met and became enam- Gen. Jackson apologize 1 for the conduct rather have their encampment Rifles would Alt. Vernon, Ky. MILLBHGBURG troductory overture The of hie officer, saying that it was an excep- in Rowan countv or at Crab Orchard, The ored of one of the Prencccsea royal. young lady'd name U withheld, but a mar tional act of insolence nn the put of a company will take a vote on the proposiriagn would a ion have bseu conaummatcd, young and reckless man; acd bowing grave tion this evening. had not tno taacalnottuus of Maj. King's ly the famous Confederate General rode Copt. E. W. Lillard, a leading young This popular tchoo), after a year of unparnlled sue I will delirer Ice to regular custoajerstn Stanford cess under Portland and Tlclntty every morning at enemies inlerferrcd to prevent. Ho had away. druggist and a popular gentlemen of this C. jait written another poem, entitled, "Little One Cent place, left Tuesday evening for Buffxlo, I'onntl. The State of Maine has Jonjiyod a proAND Bopeep IIm Lost Her Sheop " Tho Accountsiluo.it the close of each month, or hibitory liquor law for more thao n gecerv Ky., where at noou Wednesday he was MRS. S, C. TRUEHEART, whenrustointrqults. reception of this pom by tho 122-tlon. Liquor legislation of additional married to Miss Lula Slout, a wealthy Li Ianr FaiKCiPOX, Jt.E.ItAKIiO'. critics aroused tie old jsalousy of Tenny-s)Again offers Itaelf lor pubho patronage. With In stringency has b;en put upon tho statute rue county belle. The bride is a creased Itclllties, an enlarged Faculty and an deand caused D'liraeli to regard Mr. of Hon. S. M. Sanders, ex repre- rated coarse of study, it alTurds unusual opportubooks from time to timr, and the principle 3T. Jo King with envy. Toe Hebrew Minister's cf prohibition has been incorporated into sentative from Lirue county. She wee a nities for the education of your daughters. KKV. C. TOPE. Bend lor Catalogue to -- FORenvy became malicious whon the "Gentle MlUersbarg. Ky. 1392m the State constitution. Yet there has never pupil at Garrard Fdonle Cjllega list year Shepherd," in reviewing "Eodymlon," been and hat many friends in this city who ten Oottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Straw-berrie- s, any great difficulty In obtaining liquor A NEW wrote a moit c .tiling sitire. That settled in Ice Oieam. Butter kept on ice, Maine, except in the rural ommuniilcs, der congratulations. Cipt. nnd Mrs. Lilmaj Tiir.o.KinF. Ki.sn, it. The secrot of thnyourg lovers waa fresh and nioe; Ico to retail Ice-col- d and in the larger towns liquor shops flour lard will tnke a bridal trip of two Buggy & Implement House. Ule of the UritlsU Ile, but now a resident the Qaeen was frantic, and order) weeks before returning to Lincaa'er. Older, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, regular hahiltu were issued for the capture and beheiding lib as if the traffic were free nod cot for of Lincoln count)-- , nml Don't forget that it Is beadquartcra for good But- Mr. Woodford O Dunlap leaves this morn bidden. Instead of recognizing the fact Orchard 8prlns, wns barn at () ik of the of Crab ter I wl'l In a few daja open a ixi-i- t This dlscjmbobbora. ing for St. Paul, Minn., in the interests of date Manor, the bautlfnt country residence tlon of plans, coupled with the urgent en that prohibition is a failure, and muitnec Implo-mont- s, & Co , the Camp Nelson dis Full Lino of Agricultural E G C.:rley of hit nr.wators, choiit sixty miles from treaties of tho Piocers, drove the Major enarily be ttich un.il humau nattiro is rery much changed, the Maine Prohibi- tillers. Miss F.oia B. Alexander, who has IS") I II im inple nre from the g'.ittoring circle of a court to the London, July I, OHIO been the guest of Mrs, L. F. Hubble for With the reliable Walter A. Vol Harvesting among the oldest and best la that country. peecef j1 seclusion of Hall's Gap in Lincoln tionists go on clammoring for more law Machines at tho bead. Alio a several weeks past, returned to her home He It a lineal descendant of Harold, the county, where he now tune his pipe, and more enforcement, although they Kentuclcj'g Koiito East at New Llbeity, Thursday. Miss Roberta ought to know that law which impertinent Enil Lino ot Bnggies and Wagons last ef the S txon Ktnc The n imo Toco-de- r watches bis flick and "calls for bis fiddlers roa Collier has recovered from her recent illly intcrfers with a man's personal nnd priI one tint he Uen In the (ami three." Waohington, Phtlndolphia and ness. Prof. J. M. Harbison Las charge of Always on hard. In connection with my Imvate concerns can not bs enforced, and plement business, I will also carry a Now York. It for ceartIonf. Mij.ir Kins was edu The Major has to illy a fine frm, a good Cspt. Lillard's drug store in the absence Tho only line running cattd at Oxford, and early tave Indicsltons stock of horfi and a large herd of cattle must defefet itself. New York Sun. Complete Stock of Lumber, of that gentleman. Miss Maltie Spangler PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAHS "f a remarkable pMilctl genius Not con and sheep, He was never married, and the A Touchiko Incident. Tbe still form leaves to day tor Dripping Springs. Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as , - aso for pritMat col occaelonal tender melanoholly which en of a little boy lay in the coffin, surrounded tent with itiMc'y Low as nny oi:c. Electroplating with silver upon wood is he bsan to court the mump, and in thrones itself upon his hiudeome faoe has hy mourning friends, A mason camo into SOLID tRf FROM hi eaphomore year, wro'c the tender and caused many peron to think he has bon thcroom and asked to look at the lovely now euccesfnlly performed, the process be- I solicit a share of your patronage. Keipectfully Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. ' Mtry had a crorsed in love. ing adapted to handles of all kinds, includexquisite bitltd beginnlHjj. face r. nnccE. ii2.irr to Washington City. Lltllo Ltnib." Hia tint production made Mpr King' tall, trilsht and slender, "You wonder I care so much," he said, ing umbrellas, can s, carving knives, &s Connecting in tho same depotwlth his fsras an I to dty he is ujthitii; if not a his height closely approximating six feet as the tenrs rollod down his cheeKs, "but The uilver is thrown upon the wood by n Fast Trains for Now York. poe'. HU next ilTjrl, made duritj; hie and a half. He is finely educated and high- your boy wes a messenger of God to me. process which, it is stated, has proved exThe Direct Route to Lynchburg, DanTllle, Norfolk and all Virginia junior year, resulted in the , ever papular ly cultured. An obicrvant traveler and a One time 1 wna coming down by n long lad tremely difficult in practice. The deposit and Korth Carolina Points. of silver, of course, follows all the peculiar FROM WUENCK piece of eeolimen', "Come lint !n Thie CJmpreheniivo and critical reader, with a der from a For tickets and further information, apply to vctj high roof, and found your nearest ticket Ibom, My 0 n Httlcken Dttr." He ob- memory that is aimbsl ftullles nod a little boy standing cloro beside me when I ities of the wood and tho ordinary handle IVo Traveler lteturng fs'lcli ! yourOcncral Agent, offlco or address W. W. Mon-roLexington, Ky. tained a handsonio medal for thin poem. pleasing address, he is a most charming retched the crouiid. He looked up in my is simply garnished in almost ineradicable . V. JTJLLCB, In these tight times each buyer should consult W. V. WICKII AW, 2d Vice Piesldent, silver. Gen'l Psss'r Ag't. At the time of Uklne hi decree yoaok ompnnior. He is a genuine, aristocratic face with childish wonder, and asked: his own interests. Why should jou glte ono Klchmond VIrelnls. when you can buy the an Theodora read another poem of his own Kigliahman,p'oud aid honorable, with no 'Weren't you nfrjid of falling when you A Miss Derby, at Newport, being chided same thin from aitlclo tor 40c. To do this is not another omposltLn, which a onoe cafe him a brag and blunter aud nothing of the snob were up so high?' And before I had time by her aunt for appearing in an immodest Justice to yourself or family. ,u gc in me ccxr, pisce, you buouiu. usbuii- - price. kwu world wide reputation. Its lllle, ''I, Wish about him. He has ? comfortable income, to answer, 'Ah, I know why you were not bathing-dr83- , Noreplied: "Why, auntyl I articles. Poor gosd are dear at any pu where la this more so than In Medicines. I Were You Turtle Dove," I familiar to nil and he spends it for 'the entertainment of afraid you said your prayers this morning don't think myself that it is exactly tbe might as well pay SOc an ounce lor saw dust as for our realer. Qiton V.ctorla on reading it his friends He will probtbly make Ken- before you began work.' I had not prayed; thing for a young girl, and I saw in a nerts Inert medicines. Concert Grand, Bourne haslastrccelTed his lsrgestcckol determined to make the Oxford cradtia'e tucky his permanent home. The Time is but 1 never forgot to pray from that time psper that it was very wicked, but tben it Parlor Grand, Etery article fresh from the manufacturers. He now has the nicest and cheapI'sMt Liurctte cf Great Urltlan, and indeed indebted for this reliable tketch of his life Baby Grand, by God's blcssiog I never will." was described in such glowing and attrac- est selection of fancy goods, ahow case articles, Ac, to this, and eye Care her Prime MinU'er orders to that ef- to Col. W. H. Miller, of Stanford, who is a Dpright Grand, tive terms that I could not resist getting Ac. The olebrated Lamire'a Spectaclesotand mixed glasses a specialty. Tho bsst bianda The Russian empire contains SSI peni one." Such is poor, weik human nature. fect. Through the enmity of that bUrated bosom friend of Major King. Square Grand. paintsevery can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, sewing machine goods, anglera' goads, artlsta tndividtitl and the ecrot connlrance of We are opening tbe most carefully selected, the This is enough for one sitting. If tgreo tentiary establishments (at least this is the goods, chroinos. frames, lamp, brushes, bviKs ol Persons who have a superstitious adder all kinds, stationery, a trousand articles for tho finest ami ti.st stock of Tennysin and his frieade, the orJer was able to your readers and other contemplanumber of which tbe Administrator of Prla grandmas, mal'ien aunts and tbe smartest baoccu of Friday wi not be pleased to learn that dear tbe buslnees all at c trriel InioelT-ct- . never As King'n mine ted subjects, and I be allowed to live by ous publishes any account). Their by in PIANOS AM ORGANS ha J a Daiew.Tit pisloral turn, he waa those who have already bsen touched up, pints on the 1st of January last year num this is a thoroughly Friday year. It came Dr. M, L. Bourne's New Drug Store, Ever brought to this city Ivery Instrument is Stanford, Ky. dubSeil by ht ompminni 'The Otntlc I'll endeavor to see you soma time next berod 01,515 of both sexes, an excees of in on Fridar, will go out on Friday and will the pride of an artist aul pr'ces raDge fiom 10 to 23 percent, lower tuan out' dealers ark lor tne have 53 Fridays. Tnere are four contbs Shepherd," and by that natus be Is known week -J- eems Crow in Louisville Times. nearly 8 per cent, above the returns of the same goods. Persons ol musical nut art culture are Invited loan inspection iT the lautlful, cultipreceding 12 months. Of these persons the In tbe year that naye fivo Fridaya each; to thiady. vated, rclliied tone and mtltt lesions ot these celeWhat Happtns to Girls. brated initrumcnts: A weok or a ordinary houses of detention contained G3, changes tf ths moon occur five times on a lie prepueJ a Tery Th rtr nine girls. Friday and tho longest and shortest day cf 000, the convict prisons 0.500, the reformad p!taant nnJ ciinaiox wirprUs for a few ol TIio Kuafoo, tho Fa In tea yeirs fiftosn will havo mtrried tories 8,000, the prisons in Poland 8,000 the year falls on a Friday. hlaun'U p;c ins; friends who weroncJHun-in- c mous Decker & Son. the Popular EvIn ten years savtn of th Cftean will be The proportion of women was less than 10 at the iprinj Driving them over in erett and the Hcllublo New England Many summer boarders are leaving widows dependent upon thoir own exertions IS WARRANTED to euro Fever nnd per cent, of the whole, but In the kingdom Asbury Park N. J., because colored peoplo the direc'lon of tin L A N. dep it, he rjln. Pianos, Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, and me it. of Poland the women amounted to 1C per are allowed tqual privileges with them. It ed up his hones bjfore a beautiful VJ3ded for bread Fover, Dumb Ague, Utllous Fever, In ten yeuj fifteen of the remaining cent, of tho Incarcerated (piobably owing to Fever), Liver The Oolebrated Olough and Warren and Dengue (or Hrcak-bon- o lawn and directed the attention of hia comthis exhibition of race Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from the John Ohuroh & Oo. Organs.' twenty four will be sleeping beneath the their participation in political agitation). will bo observed that panion to a young man who, in n piercingMalarial poisons. prejudice occurs in the cultured North. Please communicate with us for latuloguM, terms far apart they will be sleep Nearly three quarters of ,n million arrests ly attractive tenor, wai iiushcddicf him- - sod. And how "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. and prices.It. .t-- I, J. ( OtiJi, SpriUl Ag't. ingl Oje In Gsorgta, one In California, one take place in the yoar. S. Salve. Bucklen's Arnica eelf of a plaintive and louchlrg pastoral, MnLforl, Ky. "For eighteen months siif-cre-cl in Ohio, one In Virginia, another, perhaps, TfaobostSalre in the world tor Cuts. Bruises the Ornt two llnea of which struck tender ui Hutu u. UH.I1AIIU, xvith Chills and Fever, "Mamma, are wo all mado of dust?' Sores, Bait Bheuui, Kerer Bores, Totter, Chapped missionary's grave in China, another KeftreDcer A It. Penny, Mrs E. M. Carpenmemoriea in the hcarte of all ht hearers in a M Ueaz-lePhilips. Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, having Chills every other day. ter, J. M.'on; Mis. J. Mgu Nuvrv and Jniu dieh"Yes, my son," mid the ashes of the ancient Aztecs of I rati The word tan: no pny required. I, and positively cures Piles, or trying various remedies ard; Stan W. J Laudram and Holmes Lltsle Huff"I was born in January, wasn't I?" will tell Gen. After only time Mls "When a t.llew falli to lore ullli a pittly turtle Mexico, another-b- ut r is guaranteed to giro perfect satlsfacuon, or money recommended to cure, used a man, Lancast.r. Ky. "Yee, little boy." where they all will sleep. Jotc, refunded. Prlco 23 cents per box. For aale by bottlo ofAyer's Ague Cure, and Hut there isa'e any dust in January. Penny A McAlleter. lie llez"! all around ber unJcr Jaw " In ten years, the nine I have not men. have never since had a chill. No other word in tho wholo Ksglieh tioned will begin to lose their sweetness The ground is all frozsn in January, ain't Wonderful Cures. EDWIN HARPER." ouuld poaibly convey the eentiment and develop something of the nournoM sup- lt? W. D. Hoyt A Co., wholesale and retail DrugrnXPAItED BY "For heaven'd sike, Johnny, dot.'i sk so gists ot Knuie, (J a., say: ''Wo hayo been selling more exqulaitely, nor could the Idea of de posed ti be insepirable rim woman that " Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitten and Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Hasa. many foolish questions clalve, onerjjetio action around a lower aw are destined to bs old maids. Bucklen's Arnica HaIto for two yeara. Hare nsv-t- r Sold by all Druggist. "But I arn mado of dust ain't 1?" be communicated with more direct and In ten years, not one of the thirty nioe handled goods that sell as well, or giro such "Yes, of course." ytim-yuforce oth"r than through that but that will have tasted of the bitterness some unlrersal satisfaction. Thcro havo been 'Why don't I get muddy inside whan wonderful cures effected by these medicine in this verb "lingera " Iith fbe circumstantial thatcomes in time to all human beings. eSC city. Sorcrnlcatos of pronounced Consumption and internal evidence that the Mijor waa Hone will be blighted, loved one will be drink watei?" bae been entirely cured by the useol a lew bot"Oa. Lord, child, do give me i reatl" o rapidly that he clalmsd by that same skeleton you beheld the author accumulated tles of Dr. King's New DlscoTery, taken In connecTexas Sifting. waa forced (bluahingly) to acknowledge bo just now, Borrow in a hundred forma will tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them IIHIO MISSISSIPPI (1) (ore tho company at the Springs that It was be experienced indeed, to everyone a surwas a Maine girl of whom the story is always. Sold by Tenny A McAllstcr. It lanta the latent and bsst loved child o' his mure. feit of deed e fruit will rw offered. told that sho refused to marry a most de An Enterprising, Reliable House. The direct through line and old established route some of tho Mj r'e pre Constitution. But to return to voted lover until he should baye amassed n from Penny A McAllster can always be relied upon 8Hortly after leaving expostula not only to carry In stock the best of orery thins Louisville & Cincinnati to St. LouU vloiiR history. Paris is a building eitua-to- d fortune of $10,000. After some The Morgue at accepted the decreo and went to but to secure the Agency for such articles as have the Q leeu sont for him and iostr't-lc- d and all points in the West. the extremity of tlm city, just be- tion he p merit, and are popular with the peo mUsljti to 1 delicato work. About three months after this the him with n oecret an (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis, Two hind tun cathedral of Notre Dame, where plo, theroby sustaining the reputation of being al Three (s) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Africa. Thejournoy was a perilous one, the dead bodies of persons unknown, fouud avaricious young lady, meeting her lover, ways enterprising and ever reliable. Haying seto tit. Louis. hero was not daunted by possible asked: "Well, Charlie, how are you get cured the Agency far the celebrated Dr. King's Only to hours from Louisville and Cincinnati but ocr either in the river Seino or on the streets, to t. Louis. bIouj.?'' "Oa, very well, indeed," New Discovery for Consumption, will sell it on a dangers. He eet out atone on hln exposed to public view for three days. ting Only Lino by whioh you oan positive guarantee. It will aurely cure any and into the in aro nnd after penetrating slab of Charlie returned, cheerfully; "I'vo got $18 every aUVctlon ot the Throat, Lungs and Chest, Thogot a Throup-- Slooping Car The orpsen are put on a sloplog young lady blushed, and and to ahow our confidence, welnslt) youtocall he was captured by a band terlorof Africa black marble under a glans case. When a saved." The From Cioclnstl to St. Louis. (I) of sava;es aiil carried to tho camp of the corps is recognlzjd it Is handed over to the looked down at the toes of her boots and and get a Trial Bottle Free. - (X IVi. Is theonlyfrom running line tribe on ibe head waters of the Nile. There relatives or friends of the deceased on pay stabbed the inoffensive earth with the point Positive Cure for Piles, Louisville through V. of her parasol. "I guess," said she faintly, wasKreatrejalcIngin the camp when Mr. ment of dues and costs -- otherwise it is all other routes being To the peopled this county we would say that and Cincinnati to Ht. small roads; "I guess, Charlie, that's about near enough." we havu been given tho Agtucy of Dr. Marchlsl'a made up of a combination of Kino arrived, and Immedlato preparation I at the expense of the city. The numItalian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Luckily he Harper's Bszsr. for roasting blm. .ajL were bezun Tho Ohio A Mlnlsilppl Hallway runs Palatial rrtiTi ber of badies yearly exposwl in the Morgue to cure or money refunded Internal, External, f Can on nlht trains; Luxuriant Par-lof Scotch Vitrgrnf had in his luBcage a small keg Gve sixths Day Coach-e- s Cars on day tralus: Elegant Mrs. Mushroom -- "les, it rented my Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SOc a box. at Paris Is about 300, of which on all trains. whlaky and a few lemone. He proposed are usually male. heart-rprinto have to part with poor For sale by Ptnny A McAllster, Druggists. Direct and close connections are made in UNION before the meal begun, and, an "anpetinr" DEPOT t with diverging llnea by IbeO. A M. aod 10.000 Thomas. He was a perfect paradox of a 1,000 Daughters, Wives and Mothers. ttallway, thus avoiding troblesome trans.i. ... nntinB. he had some water The hides, ofannually horses The Bucket Pumb & Water We emphatically guarantee Dr. Uarchtsl's fers by othtr routes. in New York in coachman and has been In my family for are used heated andbczan making ''hot scotchea" In sheep Hallway is the only Hie a Female ltemedy, t cure Female Dis- The Ohio A One manu degeroratinns," of base balls Louisville, uiucinnau inn nfiht vast wlldernesf, The the manufacture tons of yarn eyery year Mrs. Ibodle ' Why were you compelled eases, such as Ovarian trouble, Inflammation and between one nitnagsuient, ruuniug oi.wu" Is au Improvement ou any 1' Imp or yet all its under uses three Invented Tho eura dureii.tirw i.ih i.ir.ui . Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaieme t or bearing wa frooi the source of the Nile, facturer trains through solid and In consiuenci water ued cendlng full of water, clrculvw 'h- n n The bides to part with him?" IWuU bedown felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o ts recognlied Flrst-Clsthe bsse of n als i for the ioaidei of tho balls to top of cistern nr wrli, rem v g "tgjlrs, a small epricg liiulnR from tween tnosd Cities. Mrs Mushroom "It was impossible to Llfe.Leuchorrhcea, besides many weaknesses spring-lu- g by which method they r movwater tUK(, and rendering I wi dellgh'-e- d are alum tanned, Apply to ticket Agen.a of connecting line for ing all color, had taste r , v.. p has lofty mountain. The savages were from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spi(ullpariliuUraaa to rates, time. maps, circulvs an improved rhaln; uo ur nivili A horse hide cover, a keep him since I have put on mourning for links to i.-- i .1. nets Nervous Debility, or any the" "hot acotches," and directed are made while Sleeplessness, with cup Is soldered pirmanently, and In. n n link, delrl dcr.sn. dear Horatio, Thomas is a blonde, so I lot nal Weakness, s. Of gros cf balls nnd a eheep'j hide three Palpitation oltheUeart, Ac. Tor sale by a flat piece ol galvanized Iron Is .t-Do not KlnK to "keep on n mikln' 'em' Mr. 'ovely nigger V,.?'' Trav. Pis. Ag't O A M. n'T pump iiomI )ou me this. IHuelaM The men who wrap the balls makes $2.50 a him go; and now we havo a Prices Jl and (I 30 per bottle. Send to Dr. w.si pcabodi Man'gr, w.b snvriiic. Vvry nspectiully, course ho wm glad to do this, u"d in i re Qcu. Pws. Ag't, Pre, and Oeu'l J. B. Murchlil, UUw, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. day nnd the womn who sew the covers on coachman as black as my crape veil." W. H. Cincinnati, O. sonabletlmehehndlhe enlir pir'v, men I For sale lv Penny A McAUsUr, Drugylsts. Chicago Rimbler. make $12 a week, Af a dniHi 'a Uoflwi owi and wouun, V133-Ihair-breadt- h NOTICE. O. B. HARRIS, Ag't Mill For Sale self-defen- se 114-S- ta lt Sale of O - NX2WCOMIS HCOTIEIi well-kno- d ts lf Female College! ICm POPE, President, tf XC35! Per IGJ51 9; "TPi REV. n, ttep-daught- er to T. Harris poct-warr- mWIMM fil uti wri-stltn- A TRAIN J. e, 1 Ague Cure I AYER'S TYorld-renownc- y, I 133-ly- Ian-Ktia- je O. M. k I .' -At- col-lej- e mie-sio- fr h in-te- rre Tlie dlcv-ptn- oi es l.i.mi. Furmer h- - h,.'tr "-i- 1 hut-tor- ss k- Drug-gist- J'"' iuuu.ss. GOV, August 1886 8th Congressional district were represented Stanford, Xy., it is a clear case of accidental shooting, by delegates at the Danville convention The defeat of Mr. J. W. Alcora as foreMrs. Mary Rose sold her husband's yesterday, to nominate a democratic on- - shadowed in our last iisue Is coo firmed by wheat for $276 and his hired man sold his W. P. WALTON. didate for Congress, and Hon. J. Stone the official returns, which make Col. Mor watormelon patch on the same day or $05 Walker held the proxies for the other two, row's majority for circuit judge about 1,000, and as both are missing It Is supposed thai Jackson and Oirsley. Mora than a 100 DEATH OF SAMUEL J. TILDEN, Lexington thoy have eloped together. representative democrats were present, a accomplished by the free use of money and Piter. Full of rear and fall of honors, Samael remarkable number considering that the whisky. Tho mountain counties were The House by the enormous vote of Jones Tilden, who poMctred more thor- nomination was settled by tho primary flooded with both, one reliable gentleman 200 to 8 passed the hill which debars forconBaVnco and respect of the ough! tbo conventions of Saturday. Gittner's Hotel reporting in his county that the republi- eign wealth and corporations from seizing American people than any other citizen of was headquarters and there the delegates cans distributed "bushels of money and on our Western tracts of land. The imthe country, died suddenly at Grevstone, mingled together until the hour of meet- barrels of whisky" to gain their end. pression seems to be gaining ground tbat Wednesday morning of heart dlssaee, ing, when they repaired to James' Hall. It also seems now that Dick Warren is this country is not designed for the rent and nautea, an attack of diarrhea The convention was called to order at defeated, though there Is a bare possibility rolls of British noblemen aged 72 The Louisville Times thus 12:10 by the District Chairman, Hon. J. This county A dispatch from Mt Washington, N. and forcibly tells the history of Stone Walker, who stated its object and that he may yet pull through. has done so poorly that we have lost heart, H., Tuesday says a northwest wind, blowa asked his eventful and useful lift: For half that W. P. Walton act ni crcretary however. Confllctlntr reports come from ing at tho rate of 60 miles an hour, set in at century he has been a power in this coun- till one was elected. A call of counties Casey and Russell and it is upon thete nightfall yesterday. Snow began to fill at try. Upon the very threshold of his man showed all represented either by delegates his hope is now centered. 2.30 this morning and at 5:30 the ground hood he became a leader of public opinion or proxies and nominations for temporary counties that Dispatches were received yesterday saying was covered to a depth of 1 inches. The a leader of men. In that regency that chairman being in order, J. H. Brown, of he had carried Russell by 133 and wind blew 8 miles an hour and windows had Martin Van Buren for a head and Garrard, named Judge Charles A. Hardin, that Casey by a small majority, which if true were thickly covered with frost. The therSilas "Wright and William L. Marcy for of Mercer, for the position. He was choselects him by the skin of his teeth. We mometer registered 85 degrees in the valley members, he was a director and a monitor. en and on taking his Beat said that while yesterday, but now marks 23 degrees here. pray that it may be true. Later Richmond and Cagger consulted him he was pleased with the honor, it was unGov. Knott has appointed the followupon every movement. He it was who or- fortunate for the convention as he had nevTins Danville Advocate, with its usual ing trustees for the Colored State Normal IN AISV2VDAIVOE. ganized his party In the midst of war and er presided over a deliberative body before, enterprise, issued a dally during the Fair, School: Clarence U. McEtroy, of Bowling placed Horatio Seymour in the executive but would do his best The newspaper which was chock full of live items and Green; Judge J. G. Simrall, of Louisville office of New York. He it was who eradi- men present, M. T. Craft, C. W. Metcalf, what is better to the proprietors, a big run and John O. Hodges, of Lsxlngton. The last cated Twecdism. He it was who destroy- James B. Marrs. J. F. Zimmerman and of advertisements. Legislature appropriated $7,000 toward ed the canal rings. He it was who brought W. P. Walton, were made secretaries. building a house, and $3,000 to employ ELECTION NOTES. the Empire State into the democratic line Judge Owsley then moved the appointteachers. The trustees will advertise for in 1874, and organized his party for the ment of the various committee', but on the The republicans swept everything in bids from the various cities desiring the tremendous struggle of 1876. He it was suggestion of Colonel W. G. Welch that on Laurel by majorities of about 300. Brother school and the city that can ralie the who first led democracy to victory in a na- permanent organizvtlon'.was dispensed with, Craft in a private letter says, "We got h 1 most money, other advantages considered, tional contest after the war. He, Lincoln his motion to make the temporary officers beat out of us. How are you?" will get it. and Qrant were the three most eminent permanent prevailing? The chair then apcircuit Ex Gov. Leslie was OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. American citizens after Clay, Calhoun and pointed the followng gentlemen on the judge in the Glasgow district by over 500. Webster left the stage. In 1876, Mr. Til-de- n committee on credentials: C B. Ejllll, Craddock, attorney, goes in by 2,000. Abe Singleton was fined $5 and costs Of (ho Kent Make. was elected President of the United of Madison; Judge Crain, of Anderson; Hon. W. E. Arthur, democrat, beat this morning In the police court for a breach States. He was not responsible for the ex- Judge Owsley, ot Garrard; Walter Handy, Judge Fisnell in the Covington district for of the peace. tra constitutional method by which anoth- of Jessamine; EJ Gaitber, of Mercer. On circuit judge by over 2,000. Rev. John Montgomery and family er reaped the fruits of his victory. The resolutions, John B. Thompson, Mercer; Barbour carried Louisville and Jefferson will leave Monday or Tuesday for SomerElectoral Commission was created over his Dr. Jennings Price, of Garrard; D. N. Wil- county by 11,915; Marion by 600; Mercer set, where he will have charge of the female protest, but like a good citizen he submit- liams, Bockcrstle, B. P. Jacobs, Boyle, and by 200; Oldham 850; Jessamine 325; Carcollege. were made by the W, G, Welch, Lincoln. The committee on roll 300; Lincoln 200; Madison 200; LaRue ted to the laws Col. Thos. II. Corbett, who has been powers authorized to make them, and bore credentials after a stort retirement report- 350; Franklin 700. deputy register of the land office since in dignified retirement more honors than ed the following, which was adopted: Yerkes carried Boyle by 300; Pulaski September 1883,and who is now a candidate the Presidency could "bestow upon the man CHEAPEST ANIl I1E8T Your committee on credentials hearing 400; Rockcastle 200; Laurel 300. for register subject to the action of the demoTwice afterward he of no conteits, suggests that the reveral who supplanted him. Robert Boyd and A. H. Clark were elect- cratic party, is in town. Col. Corbett his put the crown from him, for he could have counties be represented by the democrat ed judge and attorney in the 15th. It is to scores of friends in Boyle county, who are been nominated in 1880, after a struggle, present in this convention, be hoped that the law will be more strictly for him first, last and all the time. and in 1884, a nod would have given him The Committee en Resolutions then enforced there than heretofore and not at Mr. Joseph A. Cohen, of Anderson the nomination by acclamation in the con- presented the following, which were also such a tremendous cost to the State. county, a candidate for a place the second vention that chose the President of the adopted: Caswell Bennett was elected judge of time on the State Board of Equalization is United Stater; but he had the strength of Retolvtd, That we our devotion the Court of Appeals in the 1st district and in town. Mr. J. B. Nichols, of Danville, character to leaye his vindication to the to the principles of the democratic party as J.Qiincy Ward Superior Judge In the 31 is his opponent and of course will receive For tho Kerry 8cm on, ecdate opinion of every honest man, with- ennunciated In its platform adopted at district, bath democrats, without opposithe vote of Boyle county, although outside out engaging in a political campaign that Chicago in 18S4, and congratulate the tion. of our preference for a countyman, "no one would havo dtitrorcd his vital forces. Af- country upon the triumph in the subseJohn Colyer for county attorney and Sim has a thing" against Joe, who was also ter his retirement from public station he quent election. Hicks for police judge of Somerset are the born and reared here. In his man lived a life of elegant ease. 2 J, That ourRjpresentative, Hon. James only democrats that were elected in PulasOfficers are at this hour, 10:30, A. M., sion, surrounded by every luxury that a B. McCreiry, haa shown by his conserva ki. engaged in making an official count of the cultured taste could sajgc3t and boundless tive courae on all public matters and his Adair elected a fall democratic ticket, vote of the county Monday, The result JOE F. WATKHH. M.CWKAKrX wealth conld supply, he was the mentor of faithful attention to the interests of his notwithstanding she elected a republican will not be known until 12 o'clock. At party, and his home the Mecca of those censtituents, that he is fairly entitled to the to the last Legislature. his that hour also the convention which is to of his political faith. He is the author of endorsement which It is our pleasure to Whitley elected a tepubllcan county renominate Gov. McCreary for Congress is many political works which will be treated give as delegated from the Eighth Con- ticket by 100 to 1,100 majorities. to assemble. The Governor is here and is as authority as long ra constitutional liber- gressional district of Kentucky. Webb was elected county clerk at Louis receiving his friends at the Giltner Hotel. ty and free government prevail among Col. A. G. Talbott moved that a ville by a plurality of 1.490. Win. McAfee, A few of the delegates are Col. Gray and men. Next to Jefferson he is canonized as from each county be appointed, for common pleas judge, was defeated by Messrs. Jonathan Cowherd and Thomas the Bigo of demt ;racy. Though aged and which was done. The same gentleman Field by 2,714. Sjtx-ee-t, Biiley, of Shelby county; Mcmis. Neil Ter-hufeeble, his death is a shock, but his memo- then in a short but pointed and fine little At Harrodsburg ex postmaster Cardwell Mat Camming, Sam Graves and J. urccior to Wattri A lUnej ) ry, as a great statesman and a great man, speech nominated Hon. James B. McCreary was elected over Dr. Abeli and D. R. B. Thompson, of Mercer; Messrs. R. H. will bo sept green as long as tne govern- as the demccratic candidate to succeed Brownfield by a majority of 3G4 votes Tomlinson and Thomas Dann, of Garrard, ment of men remains a problem and a himself in the Congress of the UnitcJ for police judge. u Messrs. Stone Walker, T. S Bronston and science. States and moved that it bo made by ac0 forkes got only 3 votes at New CaBtle Col. Estill, of Madison; Messts Craft, JackI? a Mr. Wattekson denies that he attacke J clamation. Judge Owsley seconded the and Judge Birbour cast one of tbem; Bar- son, Wilmoth, Williams and Fish, Rockft ft the administration in an intirviow with a motion in a few eulogistic remarks and it bour's majority is probably 10,000. castle. In Boyle Judge L?e was re elected coun The first day's attendacce at the fair Paris newspaper and adds in his letter fiom wri carried with a wbcop. The chair then a Gray, ty judge by 805 majority over Cox, which began Tuesday, was larger, it is ot Lucerne: I opposed his nomination at appointed Messrs. Thompson, o Shumato has 123 thought, than ever btfore on the opening Chicago and voted for Mr. Bayard after he Hughei and Talbott to inform Gov. Mcu P. majority over Whitehouee and Webb for day. The display of articles of ladies, was nominated, upon the two grounds that Creary of his nomination. O Pending their return Judge Crain, of awtssor gets in over Bitterton by 5. There handwork was splendid, and included all he had not earned such a promotion over veterans like Bayard, Thurman and Mc- Anderson, moved that a member of the were no other contests for tho county offi- kinds of embroidery, lace work, transfersilk, worsted, cotton Donald, and that he was not qualified for Board of Equalizttion be nominated, when ces, the democratic ticket being elected ring, Lytic Hlore-KooVmiArMlHta Hulltllttfr, opp. Interior JouruHl Mrs. J. W knitted counterpanes, etc. so great a place by antecedent experience Mr. Walker, of Madison arose to a point of throughout. ofllce and 21 door below Find ftntlonnl Hank, Firrie, of Garrard, as is usual, carried off in national affairs. If the next national order. He said that no call for such a NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. the priza for the best display of oriental Lusk's California Cannod Goods, Bananas, Lemons, big lino Sugars and convention were to meet this year 1 should nomination had bean made and many of Coffees, Cream Flour, Bacon, Lard, Hams, Etc. renomination on the ground the counties had not expressed themselves Local option carried in Taylor county quilts. The art department was well repsupport his resented by the work of the pupils cf Miss that we can not get on without him, nor on tbo subject. His county had not and by 300. WATERS i WEAKEN. will Mcdonald WATKR8, PifiinD. afford to present a divided, front or a he did not feel at liberty to represent' her The President haB signed the oleomar- McRoberts and other well known teachers. A water color painting by that lady called changed policy in the succeeding contest when he did not know her wishes. Far- garine bill. ' The old Story," was a gem in its lice, i a The debt reduction for July was Mr. Cleveland Is as good a democrat as I ther consideration of the matter was cut was the "Chocolate girl" by Mist Olmsted. am, and that means that there is no better. short by the arrival of tho committee with Prohibition was defeated in Shelby In the stock rings fine sucklings were He is a conscientious and a clean man; and the nominee, who took the stage amid voshown, the get of such noted stallions as that counts "fir much in every election. ciferous applause. He was looking exceed- county by about 100, The conference committee killed the Lyle Wilks, EJ Kimble, LIghtheart, Judjo He has made some mistakes and hai failed ingly well and not a bit the worse for A number of splendid to seek the best counsels. He is self con- wear from his arduous service of the last trade dollar rider to the surplus reduction Ruger and others. DXiLBiS III harness geldings, stddle animals, roadsters fident and heady. He is not skilled in the eight months, during which ho had not bill. A war of steamship rates has cut down and carriage teams were shown, Harry Drugs, Books, Stationery and handling of men, and has a whimsical love missed a day from his seat in Congress. of flushing undiscovered genius, and of ig- After thanking the body for the honor it the fare to Europe to $18 and return for O'Fallon and bis get took every premium Fancy Articles. offered for thoroughbreds. Ilia produce noring pohticalexperience and party ser- had conferred on him, be referred in touch- $12. Nine one legged men played a game of are not only winning a great name on tl e Phjrilcln' pmcrlptlooi accurately compounded. vice. 1U deals too much in experiments ing terms to the death of the great and Alao But thena failings spring gifted Statesman, Guv. Tilden, aa the only base ball in southern Illinois tho other day turf, but are fait coming to the front in the and surprises. against 9 men. ring. Mr. 8 II. Baughman, of Lincoln, mainly from his newness to office, and will shadow now upon our hearts and then Mrs. Mary Lunack, of Cleveland, O., exhibited four.splendld thoroughbred colts, be replaced by better advisement as time launched forth into the good work that the get of Imported Buckden, Bay Dick passes. Already be hes had his fiagers Congress had performed, redeeming every to escape a lingering death from consumpTbe Largest Stock of Watches, (Hooks, and St. Martin. The rings of the second burnt often esough to learn several points promise made in the democratic platform, tion, committed suicide by hanging. Jewelry and Silverware Thomas Seay was elected governor of daj'd exhibition were all interesting, the not previously dreamed of in his necessari- except as to the tariff. He euloglzxl Presly limited philosophy. Between a safe, ident Cleveland in the highest tsrms. He Alabama by 50,000, with the entire State show of Jersey cows of any age surpassing Erer bought to thli market Trim Lower than tbe LowMt. Watcbri. Clock an Jw-l- r t Jt- slow and honest man, like Cleveland, and a had watched his course day and night and democratic ticket following close onto these anything ever beforo seen in this part of palrad on iboit notice and tVarrtntca. theSMTe. There were 28 entries in this brillant adventurer, like "Blaine, the people had found him steadfast of purpsee and with figures. ummmrmvmimmmmimmmmHkmkMmmmamtwK The Senate has confirmed the nomina- ring. From the indications this (Tours-diy- ) of tho United States can not hesitate a an eye single to an honest administration morning a largo crowd may be exsscond, as they did not hesitate the firit of public affairs. Hedged as no other pres- tion of Charles M. Thomas, of Bowing time, and, if Blaine is to be the Republican ident ever was, it is a wonder that he has Green, to be Associate Justice of the Su- pected. nominee, and it does look to a gentleman been able to do as well as he haa. As for preme Court of Dakota, Life is the lime to serve the Lord. Tie A. A. Adee, who bes just been promo bible Bays so. and grand old Dr. Watts has or up a mountain, which is about himself he preferred to see the rascals up the same thing, that he will be, my notion turned out faster, but the President was do ted to be secoud assistant secretary of State, embalmed tbe truth in verse. But it docs d is that we bad best nave tne old race over ing his very best to that end, crippled bb he is a republican. This is one of the beau not mean tho existof a again, and not try the ever doubtful ex- was by the civil service bill. He believed ties of Civil Service Reform. ence, when the stone for your grave Is al Judge Morton decides that Bourbon's ready quarried and polished ready for your periment of changing horses in the middle him a Statesman and a patriot, who would win to him everybody who looked at the subscription to the Kentucky Union rail- name. It means all your life from youth of the stream. honesty of purpose he knew him to pos-re- ss. road is null and void. The Court of Ap- to old age or till tbo end Is tbe time for That upright judge and clever gentleClosing he referred to bis own "little peals will now take a look at it. serving God. And then comes an eternity man. Reginald II. Thompson, was Mies Jennie Broeck McDowell, of of blessed service, where every work is dehobby," the establishment of a cabinet ofcity judge of Louisville by the over- ficer to represent the agricultural interests Richmond, hai been appointed to a nice light and life is a loving existence of peren-i- al whelming majority of 12,630, notwithstandand the efforts that he had made to that clerkship in the Agricultural Department, felicity. Christian at Work. ing his recent decision that women might end, promising to me further efforts to se- upon the recommendation of Hon. Jas. B under certain circumstances .wear Mother cure it. The An Old Bill op Exchange. The fir.t Governor again thanked the McCreary. Hubbards on the street. Ordlnarly such a convention for controller recently received for payment A. R. Williams has been elected Unithe nomination and promisdecision ought to boat any man, but foi ed to increase his last majority of 2,140 to ted States Senator from California to suc- an old bill of exchange drawn by the treasonce wo are glad that it didn't. Judge 3,000 in November. The speech was a trills ceed George Hearst, appointed by Governor urer upon the United States commissioner Thompson had too many other redeeming long, considering everybody commissioners at Paris, and counter-signeuus hungry, Stonewati to succeed the late Senator or traits to ehalve him for one indiscreet de- but it was listened to with the by the commissioner of the loan ofMiller, deceased. closest fice of the stale of New Jarney, dated June, cision. The managers of our Penitentiary Elghtoon Profossors antl Instructors.- might get some useful pointers by studying 1782, far S30. The bill was rejected by the Under tho new revenue law, which goes At the conclusion of the Governor' Mechanical, Scientific, Enginsering.Glasslcal, Normal School. a motion was made to adjourn tine the system pursued at Sing Sing. That controller, as there was nothing to chow Intoeffeot September 15th, dealen la pis. Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. tola, bo'viQ'knivei and such articles have die, while the Anderson county man insist- New York penitentiary earned in July why it had not been presented before. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. to procure a llojn'e to do so at a cot nf ed on his motion to nominate a candidate $49,094 49 and s pnt $14,093 52, leaving a t, hid Nlivirn-'f'- ; I'tll term Bill, iflljrt. For Cntnlocrtie nnrt other Information for tbo KqiiU ziuou Bjird. The csll oi clear piotit ot 330,uuu.a. Addrsps JAJlicd SATTIjaBON, E1j. l) X,c,aciilutou, ICciKucUy. i G, FORlcounllt cb sdjourameat reunited howev- Jacc Welsh, who was shot by his I er In s majority for adjournmeat and the nephew, John Doyle, Jr., Bunday night at chairman declared the convention adjourn Paris, died Tuesday. Doyle has beea in Eleven of the thirteen counties of the jail since the shooting, but was released, as ed. J B. McCREARf CONGRESS. s i$ WALTON, U; GROCER, MAIN & SOMERSET STS, sue-cinctl- y . FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS MOWNG BLADES & BRIER SCYTHES - FLAVORING EXTRACTS! SEVERAL GRADES OF SUGAR i TJi Best Goods at the Xaowcst Prices WATERS&WEAREN Main vice-presid- ent ne, GROCERS, (Stanford. 4 republican-pr- ohibitionist. 4 hem-stitchin- PHARMACISTS, aru&ite i one-arme- JEWELERS- Wall Paper, fag-en- sln-fpe- Furniture, i Oases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. 4 Fuirand Complete Stock of the above and prices B K. .WEAR331H., Stanford. d rs STATE . COLLEGE of KENTUCKY rrf Bct. I. ? Kennedy' majority for Asseasor over Wants Promotion. To the Editor of the Intitrlor Journal. C3. Carter, 1,045. I'endlcton'a majority for gr I have been asked by several the last Coroner orer Dausherty, 1,247. A nktv line ol Q'leensware jast received MERCHANT TAILOR. The total number of rotea cut In the few daya to become a candidate for legislaStanford, Xy., Angast n, 1886 at A. A. Warrtn'a "Model Grocerv, tor for Lincoln county, and have not con county ma 3,047, the largest ever polled. eluded at present to bo a cmdidate. I am I hae recelred and Mil) rreftrtnic RELIGIOUS. Thr boy will give an impromptu hop at B. O. WALTON, - Dualnoea Manasror. eatufied that II I should make the race that the Opera Houee Wednesday evening next, Mrs. Cleveland joined the First Fres I could carry Crab Orchard precinct by such a majority that I could defeat Mr. B. b- It coat you but very little to spend a bvterian church at Washington Sunday. It AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. The Btplist church at Somertet has bltt by at least five hundred in the county. week at Hate's Well. If you want fnn, go Couip'!ing h ten In thn mrkt, which will t " Mall train nrfng North purchased an $1,800 parsonage foi its par Although a married man, I went to college 1 W W. K MMaaa at once. It It it 11 IS P.M. at Crab Orchard list winter, and since that Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Socond to Hono in City or Country. tor, Rev. J. R James. 1 28 aiw. E spm strain!1 v (touts ......,..M.w A vexv share Fuel National Btnk stock ! . 3 1U.1I " " HH Tho gates of the Loveland c.mp were I have read law every chance I could get Give Me a Trlni. Th jore It calculated en itaadard time. Bolir for sale. Apply at the Bank. closed Sunday, but the crowd outside broke at home I think I am equal to Mr. Bob-bi. nil iboat 90 mlnalM tuUr KC- IRTTIPiLiE-'X"in oratory, acd ran dnfvat him as easy Buooy tire set for 60 cents and other down the fence and swarm'' over the ground. The first to get over waa a prom as he through the rctuld defeat Mr. War work in proportion at Wm Diugherty's. LOCAL NOTICES. ren (hands down), hut I have not con incnt preacher's son. TH08. METCALF. Watches and Jewelry repaired on hor We looked In a few moments on the JOHN B. FOSTER. Rev. Enklel Forman, a celebrated eluded to be acsndidae at present, a I notice and warranted by Penny & MoAlle Dinvllle Fair yesterday. A largs crowd Presbyterian divine at Richmond, and Miss have Jnet been elected magistrate by eucb er. Boy the Han Hog Hemedr, the oriel was present and the exhibition in'agnlficent. Mary DegrafTenried, principal at the Mt. a majority by tbe good people in my preRjepec- fully, aal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-lite- r. Every day ha been a success. Sterling Female High School, were married cinct. Jno. A. Chaitell at the latter place Tuesday by Ray. Quer The amusing sketch of Maj. King's life flock of jewelry, latest A coMi-Li-rrant, assisted by Rev. I. S. McElroy. MOUNTAIN MELODY. itylo. 1 lock ford watches a tpeciaUr. Pen. which we give on our first page, was writ ny A Mc A lister. ten by Mr. John A, Ilalderaan, of the AND CROP LAND, STOCK Reverberations From Romantic Rock Castle Louiayllle limtt, to whom we are indebted To the Editor of tha Interior Journal, PERSONAL. A. T. Nunnelly bought of Rjbt. Porfor the picture of the gallant Major, As ft rapid transit medium for advertister a lot or 150 lb. boga at 3, M' Petton 1 at Crab Orchard Spring-- . Pure-br- ed yearling Southdown bucks ing pressing wants the I J. is paieicel Last Mondav being election day, the Mies Alice HamtonU visiting friend county court wa adjourned till Tueeday. lenoe. The ink was scarcely dry on the 4t. for sale by F. Uild, Stanford, Ky. ANDIn MadUon. Tuesday's JOURNAL calling foi a score of firet-cl- us yoke of work For Sale A J. B Paxton qualified as administrator of dudes, ere dead loads of atal Rev. John H James, of Same'set, M. Q. Kevin and a few orders In road cattle. Apply to R. E. Barrow, or Master wart oaks planted themselves upon Ihe vir here this week. caae waa about the only business bf;re son Peyton. gin soil around there eternal hills and the Mr P. M, McKohtHTS went to Louis- the court. Among the attractions of the Latonla Kentucky belles, like tender-teville yesterday. Fair will be a race cf deer hounds and fiftX-od- d The State troop will arrive at Crab Or W. B. MoRontRTa returned from drilled vines, citch on and do tbe cling ds on the track. chard Spring for a ten days' yesterday. log act beautifully. Here is a list of arEight ty. Col. M, II Crump hia been therefor bred For Sale. bucka yearling thorough- rival this week and more than 75 are due Mna 0. C Duncan, of Wayne, i and 7 buck lamb. Southdown a week and has everything in readiness for by Saturday night; Mewrs J. C. Burnett, telativM here. J. E. Cireon, Crab Orchard, Ky. Mk. M.C.Miller, of Auitln, Texas, their arrival. lie has selected a beautiful eelerday Lee, Hudson A Co. sold to J. R Overall, J. 8 Waeon, J. E Storms, point In the field in front of the hotel for Calliu', li with friend here. of J. F. Noble, Thomas R 6inton,M Scogein Bros., of Louisville, a car-lo- ad Mitts Dora Denton, of Garrard, li the camp, L. W. Adkim, Will Allen, W. W. Adklns, mutes at an average price cf f 145 d All of our Sugr wa bought before the advance and can be o d it the Mat olJ price. Our T. L. Barrett, Bert Steven, El Ligan, with Mr. B K. Wearen. A bloody affray occurred at Rich Hill, j Advocate. Fleeco Ribioaon, W B. Philips, Wait Mrs. Kate Hays and Mir Alma are In Casey, on election day, A fud of long W. 0. Brock shipped Saturday 350 visiting relative In Danrllte. (landing had existed between the Elliott Iamb,welght 80 lbs., for which he bad paid Cochran, J. M, Potter, J. II. Beattie, D. E. Mrs. W. 0. Welch ha returned from and the Chapman and the free whisky of $3 80. J. W. Hughes aold to Wm. Ford O'Sullivan; MIsm 8tcpben and Battle; a month' viitt at Chautauqua. that day brought it to a culmination. Jim 17 1,300 pound cattle at An average price Mrr, McLsan and daughter, Miss Jean, livery cheap. We hire recently rentted of our More with boxe for thit builneu It i Mrs Chenault, Mrs. John Hubison and Misses Jennie and Dovie CARrEN-t- er Chapman opened the ball by f 'tally shoot- of SI 45 Washington Democrat. 0I "."?: jo",v,.d rnmn.nn.'.. iiTJi. cham- Beu i7..ii;ni Tbeie are booeht from flnt wnd(T br are attending the Danville Fair. .. ing Harlan Elliott and wa himself mortal.!-..- . T. T. Hedger bought of Jacob Mulber- daughter, T. H. Hibbird, from Louisville, only ik jou to call and examine coodi. ' ' Mib3 Rose Richards ht gone to the ly cut by one of Elliott' brothers. In the ry 11 head of 3 year-o- ld cattle at 5 eta. per Cincinnati, Lexington and Lancaster. Major King i a veritable Appollo Bel Convention of M uric Teacbera at Lexing- general row that ensued aeyeral parties pound. S. B. Stone, of Stonewall neighton. were wounded, Lige Wlton losing a finger borhood, bought of Dr John E Pack 19 vedere and a happy as a boy with his We are Indebted to Iiaac A. Stewart, and an innocent party or two catching a head of 3 year-olsteers at 1 J to 4 cents first boots on. Ekj , of D.Liod, Florid, for numerous fi stray ball. Rock Castle ErRiNas, Aug 5, 1886 Georgetown Times. per pound. Tor of late. Cur. A man named Columbus Single Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNJY. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Mkwru. R Conn. W. P. Tate. II. T. ton from Shelby City was found on the I will be at Mt. Vernon during circuit Bush and John Bell Gibson attended the Soc Owens passed up Tuesday with a town Tuesday morning with a roadside court and will be pleased to serve my old Btate contention of the Christian Church at severe wound In tbe bead, He was brought relay of help for hia place on the classic patrons and as many new ones as possible, Ml. Btrrllnc thla week lo town, when it was found that a seeming Cumberland. " W. Grant, Dectiat. w represented at Lincoln county Dan Miller is in town looking as if Ja. attempt to scalp him had been mtde, apiece the Danville Conrentlon yesterday by Col. Dealt Id ill klndiuf-Prohibition in Kentdcty. There are several inches rquare having been lifted up. prepared for any emergency, whether love, W. O.Welch, J. M. Cook, G.A. Ltckey, in Kentucky twenty counties and 252 disThe man with h m claimed that they had murder or matrimony. F. M. Yowell and W. P. Walton. The Teacher' Institute will be held in tricts In other crintie trying this mode of been waylaid by negroes and robbed of $3 Mr. A C. Sine left last night for Bar between them. Tni, however, in not be Stanford on the 10th and 13th, inclusive; doing awav with tte Itqi'ir traffic Ten fIo, New York, whither he went to take lieved. Both were drunk and it is suppos- J. T. Gaines, Louisville, conductor. ty seven other counties will vote upon charge of a lare lumber yard. Ill wife ed Tom J. Hatcher, who ofhred a premi prohibition tbia rear, under special acts got into a difficulty at a notorious house will remain here for the present. um of a fine pair of shoes for horsemanship, pawed bv the last LecMature. There are near town. Pitor. and Mrs E P. Hawjs were won by Karris Sandidge, is at work on the three counties in which liquor I not alTitEorriciAL returns of Lincoln counciven an e'eganl uppr Wednesday evenjob and not disposed to slight it. lowed to be sold on election days. The ing in honor of the eighth anniversary of ty are presented below. We were unable D. S Johnson sold toG. M. Given a aggregate number of counties in which loto obtain (hem until after G o'clock last their marriage by the Springe Company. pair of fine 10 hand mulcr; price not made cal option prevailx or is likely to prevail An clfiant Ira wai glren in honor of evening, oing to some mixed up returns known. T. A. Wain sold to G. D. Wcath is 10 Ttic voting papulation covered by Mra. J. D. Forrester, of Louisville, by Mr. from several of the precinct. Il took the erford A Co the old Walter Anderssn the law is estimated at 131,943, or nearly , M. D. Elmore Tuwday evening, which wa Board the who! day to get them straight: place, 132 acres, at $37.50. s cf the vote cst In the list greatly enjoyed br the onre or more of per J IVmaawJT l ?SWS r!k " ILlg 7?lgT jK election for municipal officers was gubernatorial race. Prohibition haa gained An sons present. ' held Monday, reuniting, F. S. Tnttle, judgo a pretty stroog foothold in theSate during in rrv O B m e n ffC LOCAL MATTERS. and J. P. Goode, marshal. L. B, Adams he last fire yeus. 2 v. was re elected mag'strato for the tovra disn FliEflH cakcit and candle at Water A Talk about busy men, who leave' their 3 trict and Mr. Bell succeeds P. Land for home early and g(t hick after dark, and WearenV Milledgevllle. never see their children, a inu ol that sort .- iFruit Jar and Jelly Olawea at A. A. "jnoqivjl El Hood baa opened a drug store next was huirring wy one morning when be i 5) Warren'a "Modol OrDccry,1' door to Dr. Brown, with the hope that their found that his little bov had got up before joint efhrls will frighten grim death from bim and was playing on the ridewalk. He All account are now due. Plere call stSSSHai SURREYS,the eastern portion nf the village. We told tho child to one in. Caild wouldn't. and eettle. Metcalf & Foater. of Cito and say ' My Man ep inked him and went to business. adopt the language nioajy Sw5n&wiU Six building lots for sale between Stan. bine and antidote are both before me." Caild went in howling. The mother eaid: ford and Rowland. Il.J. Danst. The defeat of Mr. Alcorn i deeply re- "What's the mafe ?" "Man hit me," 01 10 ft gretted, but is by no means dishonorable. blubbered the youngster. "Wnat mai.?' A tiano tuner from John Church A Co Grain, Wool, Nectl, Feed, Goal, JCimiihcr, Etc. utiM As a lawyer, a citizen and a gentleman he "That man that stays here Sandaye." will be here In a few weeks. Seo notice, am. has a hold on the affections of those who Ibston Po4t. The finest aMortment of candies ever know him best, which will be rendered aopajj! brought to Stanford at Waters & Wear more firm and more secure by tbia tempo .lETf AOVKnTlHEUEDTH. en f. rary failure. We have lost for tho time A most elegant line of French candies about the best material for a judge that at A. A. Warren's "Model just could have been cflered, but Mr. Alcorn Is nouj.v sssSSssS Grocery." young enough to "bide bis time" and philosopher enough lo take bis defeat magnaniTnm seem to bs a cold year for 8tar ssxsrsnsS ' jjaJi,o si pi The John Church Co. will have a flnt-c- la mously. Of course we can not predict with ford candidate. Three havo got left so ino tuner la tftantord the latter part of August or certainty "what the Morrow will bring the flnt of September. Thoie wanting tuning don at a far. If we were a swearing man we would AND DRUGGISTS "JJoo t I ct W 9 MBIUWa J U -- forth." We can only hop, or rather wish, will please leave orderi with MUi Bote Rlchardi politic anyway. cuss or Mill Ella Rimiy. Satisfaction guiranteod. for the best. "paiMi; ns-s. v-h. it. Jb r jr. cook. Read Tiiib. Go to Mrs. Kate Dud-der- a's Notwithstanding the earnestness with and see the new chemisettes, collars of the various cindi-date- s which the partisans o8ca and rushing, Handkerchief and Pendants pressed the claims of their fayoritea Wines. Musical Willi Paper, College, Drnj8t and ring for Lambrekins. Llti'iur on Monday, the day parsed over In unusuCliuuilcalt. BookH. STANFORD, KY. Clorurx, iumo Pookei- stationery, Pulnts, al nnlet. No collision, not even en acri 'roltM-'fM- . ftmipH, All persons having claims against the Oils disputation, occurred. Everyone The Next Session Opens September 1 monious Pcrfnmery, Flro Slacliln I.nmps, estate of T. T. Dvlea, dee'd , are request0 US8J;Ui. was working, each for his ticket, among Mecdiec ed to preent them lo n propsrly verified folOomfort, Home Oare, optical Hoods Department is In Charge ofCel Noted for Health, Oar Jewelry, Silverware and the leader; each for hia pay among the 1 yt ' Immediately. J. B. Paxton, adm'r. iraa3 Good Discipline, well Qaaliflol and Thoa. B'cliards, who will Repair VVatches and Clocks promptlj anil In the beat lowers, but all in good humor. This unESioient Teachers, Thorough Training Htyle. meeting of the friends wonted harmony is due mainly to the wiee There will be a .1 ll0 and wide scope of Instrnotion, j MMM.M and gentlemanly courtro of J. G. We ather of the cause of Prohibition at the Court-Hous- e ford, of tho hotel, who kept his saloon closthe 7th, to arrange for kS -- pivjion M Graduate In tbrea different courses, arranged o?SM-"w v, e ed during the day and sacrificed a golden to suit tbe mental tsstri and capacities of pupils. the campaign now at hand. P. L. Simpharvest of gain for the publio'sgood. Roman For Catalogue applr to son. 'coi)iria ALEX.8. X'AXTOX, Pretldeut. Zi virtue and Spartan heroism, which have iUU " It Is reported that Col. Morrow will ep. " " "" present no feature rrtoro bijen sung for ge, point his staunch colored supporter, Geo. Jiioq8n(i I'TRTWIDGIL worthy of admiration thin this act of hie; - 0 14 ca oo ; a M c W. Gentry, to succeed Col. Welch as mas-te- r and a general immitation of hia example Lamps " The bottom rail Beams commlistoner. The Justices elected In this county are, would rceult in greater peace, proeperity ailed direct by to be climbing to the top again in this sec- in Stanford District, J, E Lynn and John and security to tho public than all the THE PUMV I -tion. Alas and alack a day 0 Neal; Walnut Flat District, J. M. E blatant harangues of the last 50 yearn have Without Lift continues on a boom more and 0 W. Boone for full term and been able lo accomplish. DRirriKQ SrRiNOS ing; the Can, (aid of Thanks, and CjI Slaughter tells ua that to AugtiBt Hugh 8eargent for unexpired term; Crab thofllllngtube 1st he had taken in more money than dur Orchard District, L K. Wells and J. A. I wish to return my sincere thankB to the .adjusting to ing the whole of last season. He has done Chappall -- Wells for unexpired and full many kind friends who so generously minultUolghth a great dral of advertising and la confident term; Waynesburg District, M, IT. Gooch istered to our wanta during our long sick-net- s of any Lamp. and aflHctlons. And if they nre never that the money it cot waa well expen- and John A. Singleton; Highland District, Thla la th Georgo W. Young and E 0. Faulkner for rewarded In this world I know that It will ded. moat practical full term and El. jewels in their crown of life laid up FAMILV CAN The enterlninment given Tuesday night term; Turnersville Austin for unexpired bo as District, John Bailey for them in a better world. over offered to at the home of by the Merry Social Club, E. S. Suddeth. and M. V. Offsns f jr full term and Otrcna the public. Mies Ellen Wearen, was more largely atalso for unexpired term; Huslonvllle DisIt used to be the idea that gypsum or tended than any of the previous meetings. Pain-Cur- or is trict, L B. Adaraa and Charles R. Bell for land plaster waa advantaseously sprinkled Miss Ellen Is a most graceful entertainer over lull term and John EUis f tr unexpired over manure heaps to prevent the escape of and the refreshments served were prepared term. ONE. amonla. There is no proof that this is the EVERT FAMILY SHODLD HAVE in elegant style. The next meeting is with Tbe Constables elect are a follows: UANIlfAOTURID IV is unquestionable, howover, that Mis Ruoda Port nun, Uihiifoid District, Dinlel Miller; Crab Or result. It o. I to tho manure tylnPtfd (?ianciflctMrnfl Wedneaday R 0 chard District. Thouia K Pettu-- ; High, a light application of salt In the police court benVAJ.MJM, W.. v. heap frequently through the winter ia Harris was fined $15 and costs, making land D.strict, T J. Terry for full aud un- eficial. The heap thus treated should, r, NoProprilncOll on tboFioororTaoio; no S19 CO in all, for striking R. B. Woods expired term; Wayneuburg District, Hugh Leak or ret KnocKeaopenio wuaw lit i not He where It is exposed to heavy Faucet to or cause Explosion No Corlis to ,. rains, as ono (fleet of the salt ia to make Contents which waa paid. Mr. Woodo who was also Richards for full and unexpired term; Loie. Cloios Perfectly Air Tignj. ioiAit-ok-o RsirBWN No Kvnporntlon Absolutely Bafe. , Lincoln District A. G. Coffey for full the plant food in the manure heap more under warrant, waa acquitted, it; A Unlvonal Household Kob tciato tinltn soluble. If the manure I out of doors, as Don't rnt8 your moncv on a mm or roMxr coat Th IITWlJr, 6LTX) ittupcil wtih th lwTt t Price was fined $10 for firing his pistol In term; Hiulonville District, P. W. Green for t tll M ft! I. manure heaps are, tho salt should be mot Holnn Mux tsnorJ, C; , ")r the yard ol n man named Hasty, who !!vn full rw W'"-!- ' nUf D'.-i-, ,, '. if JMrirtniavwttm11 riui finiwoBfn.l fnrtfrrlptlvflpntalnguft tn A J TOVr.U,HmmonWt haf'rn drHwinu to tbe U daj. METCALF S FOSTER- i. field, in the K.u(U, " Waters WsAUtN keep tbo beat and cltfarettM In town. & c- !- H. RUPLEY, 3 New Goods for Spring and Summer O. Souths.. m tt e ft - IletenH & -- Ftitei. - ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. bow-legge- d Low Prices a Specialty. n tl grey-houn- vie-itln- g Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, lSJ-han- Hardware, Embracing Everything, one-ba- ir ;.r. METCALF women & d FOSTER nr & mum, ery, Farming Implements and Ma chin , 12 liiiijiin se Sggiegw -- Wmmimmm "VX Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wag&is, yL;2HS 'na onl WAjro TUNiarcc. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PHffitEEtiriSIS. Opera House Block, Stanford Ky,, IUHiritiiiiit, Stanford Female sssstssss i "IP-P1- Arm, iMtlr, ll - -- "t ll-2- T J- mrw Knnnn " ,w iii fijil a-- Children Gry FOR PITCHER'S tho most wonderful known. Gasleria Centaur Linimont tho world has FAMILY OIL CAN. how-ove- Tur-nervill- e If U RwalerprooiGoa! t.t. -- CS , -t 'rs Il H Stwi-ftSetBiiiirttr- wr $mrnal A CURIOUS ORIENTAL LAND GLIMPSES OF CHICAGO. the NOTES BY A NEW YORKER AFTER TWENTY-FOU- R HOURS THERE. TiiB Best jk in Tim AMD LO Now Helng Scientifically Explored for Cheapssl First Time. WHERE LINCOLN DIED. REUC8 OF THE PLACE WHERE THE ASSASSINATED PRESIDENT DIED. During tho past flvo yean a work of great national and sctentlflo interest has been going on in Japan. It is only within a few months that anything bos boon kuowu of Japan in this country or in Europe. It has revealed hitherto unknown features ot the country, and has thrown a flood ot light on its geography, geology, and resource, both actual aud possible When tho survey was begun there wero hardly any maps which woro reliable The proportion of explored and unoxplorod resource was not known. Tho coast survey was quito correct, but tbo intorior of the country was almost a terra incognita. Tho naturo ot tbo soil, tbo face oftb.9 country, and a topographical survejr, wero matters to bo systematically oxaiuitud aud put on record. Tho survey Is conducted by threo departments topographical, goologlcal, and agronomical A fourth a chomical section was created to investigate and tost tho material presented by tho geological and agronomical Tho difficulties of tbo work have beon numerous, Tho Japaueso chain of Islands is little mora than n huge aud complicated rungo ot mountains, which, in hardly passable. Away is parts, survey tbo from tho main roads could bo accomplUhod only by great Icteceitlnc Mementos of the Terrible Tragedy lit l'onemlon of n Chicago Lady In tVhote llooin the Martyr Ilrcathetl Last. The lady wa all affability until tbo reporter broached the lubjoct of bU errand, and then be gavo a ltttlo fomlnlno scowl. "Oh, dear," sto murmured "pardon me, Kir," the soli), "but I don't mean to bo rude. You can not realize how in all my matured llfo I and my family havo been pestered and annoyed, and I may say, too, ma ligaed, becauto of my father courtosy to the people who brought poor Mr. Lincoln's woanded body into bis bouso on that dreadful night.- Hut you have not boon misinformed," said the lady. "I am tho daughter of William 1'etcrson, of Washington, into whoso house, at 4VJ Tenth street, Mr. Lbiooln was carried from Ford's theatre, and in which he died. Mrs. rtoetor is a charmlug laJy iu manner, is now the mother of a daughter of 0 1G, and has also a litt.o son about or 10 years old. bho is rather matronly looking, and her wholo bearing showed that ele shrunk from publicity. "es, she said nt last, "I will how you all Hie relics wo have " While the servant vrars gor.e for certain things tho lady pointed to an engraving over tho mantle and said: "That we prlzo the most of alL That is tbo very engravlnj, frams an 1 all, of tho "Village Blacksmlt a" that hung over my bod when tbo presMent lying Iu It passed away. I was not nt b me at the time, being away nt r.olhflem, "a , at school My mothor was not there cither, as sha bad left Washington u few days be ore to visit my sistor nitfl myself. Jiy laibe. was ulono In tho houso u 1th tho servants and my brothors were alto thcro. As is well known tbo house was directly oppoJto Ford's theatra nit Sun's articlo aro Interesting: Chicago's streets aro tbo shabbiest and filthiest the Now Yorkor over saw, and be is tolorably woll acquainted and nt homo in ovcry Amorican and Canadian city cast of the Queen of tbo West. Clark street, Randolph street, Adams and Van Buron stroets, Wabash avonnue, and, In fact, all tbo streets they saw, or walked on, oxcept State streot, wore full of ruts andbolos; and State street needed cloanlng to a dogroo that would havo mado Capt. Williams cry y and tho heart of Mr. Coleman ache. tho tcporter loarned the reason for Accl-dentl- Now York man's first experience ot Chicago. Tho New Yorkor had a German friend for company. The following parti of The lie Says the Streots Are tho Shabbiest and Filthiest He Ever Saw, but dives Much Praise to tho Cablo Cars, Parks, and Drives. Tho New York Sun prints a report of a .U'wuix, flnllflnro T..aC8MM . iiexioiiou, wiifjU HIckMt Rnw nd U14 Mal orcr sll otkei Colli jet. Utneral HattiiMEdsIUa. oooo urmSutM liluU . lsTiulwttraplojretl, !wt trll Halar UrfS Start luluJUr Tuition, Station! r "J Hslrd, bout SO. Da Ta. Hut,Tji-nrtUiiptclittlci. and f . UraSaiU UatraaWaS Saanta. Pol atlaa. kaUr circulars iddraiW.K.SMlTU.l'(ci1. LuUwrteatK r. txtU Education. VII. - T.lrrr irfO MACKINAC. Summer Tours. Palaoa Steamora. Ttv Trip pr wtak Batwsta DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND DETROIT AND CLEVEUND t. Unto. CBibarraa, AlfiaBaHarrtarlU. '81. Clair, baklaaa Houn, Sariil24t7. Mtsit Wtsa Day Sstwasa DB. W. B. PENNY, Stnnford, UKNTI8T, IContitolcy, Low BaUi. can nftcrwards maintain," n man said. Tbo Msdlaon County Fair will lclu nt Itlcb- "Sbo builds new miles of streots, and has to Thlit powJcr niTir TArln a rasrvcl ol purity, mod m usual ou let tho old miles fall out of repair. Sho has streugtb nd wholoouicncn. More economics! g than the ordinary blml, snJ csn not be, sold physical vigor and iowers of endurance. appropriated nothing for compctllon with the multitude ot low test .short AiiKUHllOIh sVcoiUInuo J Dnyw. Tho inadequate training of engineer and this vear, and whatevor (s dono iu that line weigtii alum or iitiosptinta rowiifirs. HoMouir In The premium Hit la nnii.n.llr I.... .n.i .... is dono by day's work." tbo ignoranco ot cartography as under110TALUAK1N0 canr. l'OWDKa (., braces lltiertl purxfj lor both ttottlogand running During tho day the rlsltor rodo several stood in Kuropo hao provod serious obstaU t P BK10C Wall timet, New York. 1.1 tralDi will b run raeeseachdar. miles in all directions in tbo cablo cars. cles to tbo success of tbo work. Again, low ralrs from DsnTllle.Btanford lDdon, tlallrst UtIbs-stoParis and all points inched br tbo K. C It. whon tbo stago ot publisher was reached, Thoy aro admirable. Thoy will leavo Now II. For Cataltguei apply to the government, which would not for u York bofaind tho ago 13 long as sho Is with- i " -. av ""n O. H. CIIENAU1.T. l'eslJtnt. them at thoir moment allow tho work to bo dono out ot out them. Ono does uot J. T. HEKNDON, rworotarr. JwPMBJI.t! best iu Philadelphia; it is noebssnry to go to (MO 41) tbo country, was nt a loss how to accom'WET "'"4 Chicago, where they form tho main moans plish its object. Lithography and aV. NII PI..1TT, LOTTINVILIsC. XT. II. MILinr.. of intercommunication, to understand aud wero tried, but tho Japanoso did or.os. rAKixsTtit. enjoy them. Tho cars ride easily, movo not understand tbeso arts. swiftly, stop quickly and gently start com-pauUltimately tho Toyodo Lnglncerlng in Toklo was intrusted with tho work, without inconveniencing tho ntscngurs, uuder tbo ronstaut superintendence and con' and aro better in most respects than New trol of a director, and It is curious to uot'i York's elevated roads. There sooms to bo that tho maps aro all etched, not ongrntod. no radical defect in tho cablo system. Tbo Tho maps published are: A geological map cables cross ono another, turn corner, cross STAXr'OBP, MSCOLX CO., KV. showing tho distribution of primitive, paleo- beneath horso car tracks, and surmount E. BURNSIivF, zoic, mesozoic, aud tertiary deposits ; an o very 'obstacle that a crowded city proscuts. Offlto. South bUU Mala Strrct, orr Tlrst Katloa- k oroplastic map, showing tho surface, shape, Tho people, children and all) seem accusal Hunk, iBfluJlag iota or theOBHt THE MBN WITn THEIH BCllDKr. represented by horizontal layers, and tbo tomed to them and glvo them a wide birth Thin Old and WoH-Know- n 8U?7. 'a Cnltal Kcnlunlr, Tawu "About 10 o'clock on the night of April depths ot surrounding soil, a magnetic map, In crossing tbo streets; but for cmorgonclos and llMldsneM, Timber and .Mltsral Uuds lts Hotol for Maii.taiuB ita isogonic, tho Isoclinal, and alarm bells are provided, and each car has a 14 father heard tho cry of 'murder' in tho representing tho saloon coninilrilon. High Roputution, lorfuttbn particulars nd ftr jrlntf.1 drsertp-tlonslreot, and rushel to tbo front stoop. lie the lsodynamic linos of Japau; maps of tbo littlo pilot, or "cow catcher," of boards unthis section and of prnpfititi (uriale. man. llo saw groat historical earthquakes. Tho scientific der each platform. was a very AK1 THK I'ARKS Or CHICAOO. digest shows that almost all tho systems 'Tako us iu homo nion carrying a body. Xti Jfc?PirietSr U that Tho parks of Chicago should bo her pride, man hurt,' taid one. 'Who is itl' asked have had part In tbo formation ot tbo .Iibe lC0Sad to no Coniitrv my father; but without waiting for a reply Japauoso range. It shows also that tho as thoy ovidontly aro b r joy. In spite of Hotel in the State In hi Fare, tho flatncM of tho marsh and pralrio land he swung open tho double doers and said, mountain chain Is of unilateral structure Appointment!, or AttenIlesdoche, Xnuscn, Dizziness, and Drowsl-n- r. 'Carry him upstairs.' The men with their and beyond a doubt has been shifted fro.ii out of which thoy nre constructed, tbey aro tion to Comfort of Thoy (.ttfnu'.nto the Ptoinnch, Liver, buraen tried to ascend tho stairs hut thoy tho sida of tho Jnnane.i sea 1. to - tho sldo, of moro beautiful than ours at homo, or, If not 4 fwdkA "hh.a .i f '.heir Gucati. n4 nnd Ilowcls, to liealthy action, assist digesUiU had difficulty, and father at ouco said, half ' lliy uw VICUU. AUUlUCfu UialU ivuturu IJ. in all retpocU moro beautiful, tbey aro so To aty pcMin rrtnltllnc us tion, nnd increao tho appetite. They toWmself, 'Here, LouIsd's room,' and ho tho groat transverse depression which well and so proudly maintained that they mnke us blush for our Central park, and for til runted tho men to my chamber, which was crosses thti innui ialfiml npnr thn rnnlfnl llOla-TjAlScombine cnlbnrtlc, diuretic, nnd tonic ''f."Sf hiJr."".''. I Falrmount iu Philadelphia, ami oven for Chicago Times. lue rear room on tho parlor floor. l properties of tho greatest vnluc, nre a (omraarclal rarlrr. J TarMill Baltimore's great plcasuro ground. Wash"My mother was a good housekeeper, and Wf rilUcoU the purely vegetable compound, ami may bo In a Clilcuc6 Newsboys' Sunday School. ington park, ns It is called on tho maps, or 'rands orLlatoraatsd Claars Lcfui o sfco left homo all tho beds were pre- I taken with perfect safety, cither by chilA few Sundays since several different the purely park portion of tho Fouth park Semi-Week- ly pared .or use. They laid Mr. Lincoln on Interior Journal dren or adults. Y.. L. Thomas, Framing-ham- , orkor the bed, u..a in a few moments tho house biblical characters wore being discussed iu territory, through which tho Now Mass., writes: "Tor a number of swarmed with sa goons. Father knew the ono of tin claisss. Samson had boon duly drovo Sunday, Is exceedingly beautl. '. It Ard thiNr Ycrk World oaayrar soda Is larger than Central park, and de&orvos a years I was subject to lolnt Headaches, moment they laid him down who it was, cxamlnod and his powers unanimously com-g and though greatly shocked and alanuoJ, mended. Without a dissenting volco ho visit from our park commissioner in order comlltton of tho from ndisordertd HISTORY OF TfiS UNITED STATES, for he was a secessionist, ho promptly put was pronounced a "good one." Samson that tbey may learn two essential things-h- ow stomach and louel. About n year ngo I to maintain a park in a manner crodlt-abl- a the wholo bou-at the disposal of those J having beon passed upoj, tho teacher led commenced tho uso of Ayer's Pills, ami to themselves, aud how to make a park who wero trying to aid tho sufferer. Ho up a discussion of Solomon by inquiring Qn,oltiRnto from 0-- . Expron paid tre rait, hao not IioaI a liemlsche tincc." W. P. clJMjm.Jr.. Imuad In IraibffciU Mwrailnit.'gilt, tral EentucKjr to all PoinU North, has, of teu to.d mo that during tbo next "Who was tho wlsost man who evor lived." of value to tho eoplo whoso proporty it is, ii.clltnlo( a du It I Hannah, Gormrty P. O., York Co., Out., Is the ruuat, iopihri)iU work ot the kled "Robinson Cruoe," promptly responded a and of whom tbey aro tbo hired ntid well-pai- d bourc he was In a kind of daze." at, West nnd Southwest. servauts. This park is divided into By this time Mrs. Hector's servant had sturdy youngster, whois Sunday clean nosi blstery la Ilieoidlnary Ktiic; writes: ' I havo used Ayer's PilU for tho att I.lrt Ulttaa it Is acocdfiiMal ixwapaf- -r 8 la uuesy llkenost of his ordinary three parts-swa- rd, made him an road and lak Thoro arrived with a great bundle. Tbo lady un last thirty years, nnd can say tlmt I VVrrMi(. Hi light to wltadraw this aST.r I.EXIXOTO. nro no Piths to sneu't ot and thev aro not V CIaClaa-ATl- . did It. "Here, " sbo said, "is tho pillow up grim self. without stlc, to rtuilt at ptiea. never found their ciual ns ncathartle hao ""aw:" exclalaiod a somewhat larcer needed. The settees for tho people are scaton wbich Mr. Lincoln's head rested when ha Sehixiula In LaKl May , U W. V. WALTON, Maoloid, Ky. meiltclnc. I nni irever without lu boy, with tbo dmstvenoM common died." It was an ordluary threo or to tered upon the sward, and tbo poo pie mo o pillow, with c fuded ticking. Covmull superior tecbmc.il knowledge, "Solo- them about to keep in tbo slow circling iny house." C. D. Moore, Elgin, III., writes: "Indigestion, Helaclio, ami Los suauo oi the tree. 11.0 gras, constantly ering a space perhaps six inches squara was mon was tho wisest man as ever lirod." "Solomon." escluime J thi llrst boy in a watered, mid mowed every five days, Is a of ApitltP, had m weaketvetl aud debilithe slain of blood and other ooing from K- - t'UB-! IHlly 'ill. UB , soft, smooth carpet, den-ohis wound. It was a ghastly spectacle. Tho tono of utter scorn. "Ho wasn't nothln' and tho broad, tated my system, that I was oldiijed to glvo I.tp. stains havo well borne the lapse of time. but anolisheeney. I tell you Robinson cur ing roads of clay and gravel, aro as Sliam ie p u, i co P u up work. After bring under the doctor's , ,B Kalmmuh 9 level as tbo sui face of a mill pond. With pta IU pot Bo well has the relic been kept that ono can Crusoo was tho wisost nun. lie made a caro for two sseck, without getting any 10 Kpu tho earth excavated to construe t tho great fetT tbo feathers under the stains incrusted. livin' on a desort island, all alono ho did. I Ilium 10 in ,, u, j j j p m relief, I Ireiran taking Ayer's Pills. My Louisville & Nashville R, R. and pretty lake small hillocks havo boen Tho bolster upon which Mr. Lincoln's tell you It takos wiseness to do that. Solop w 6 10 p m - - Zlll-- ' " ,B I' "l 'I nppetlto and Mrrngiu rcltini'tl. and I was shoulders rested was also producod, "I put mon never did it, ho didn't know enough." mado to diversify the surfaco and to allow TUB URKST- pu soon enabled to rciumo my work, in pernnuttior cover on that," bald Mrs. Roctor, Af.d this advocate of practical wlsaom for landscape effects, which havo beon deS t ji in squared blm.elf with a decision "for my husband has never slept on anyfect health." which lightfully achieved. By tho way, wboovor ' 7 13 pa Lasxaater 6 67 fiat "'.""' thing elso, and wjll cot. Wo thought onco womod to indicate that ha was not enly hires a boat on this lake may fish for tho 90 p m -bass that swarm in the water. Think of it, eady to stand for his oplulon, but, If opwo would put it away, but Charley couldn't 10 THK lto ItlchmeiHl 3W' W rJeqrt without it, so wo use it. Here is a portunity offered, to strike out from tho ye tyrants of our neglected, shabby parks Arr. Jtrra.. ;; I.Ilogiton. ljjp.ai.. little vara that was iu my room. When s'louldor in support of his hero's claims to tbo pubic lolling and romping on tho rogal nv. rni:iutr.i they wanted a light close to Mr. Lincoln's t iperiorlty in wisdom. Chicago Tim laws and fishing in tho luke! KoTU-I!OCDr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Tho gardener in the park is IntcreUIng, head Surgcoh General Barnes called for a j Nc. 8 Mo. 11 I Tho Uollclon oTtlio Koran. candle, stuck It in this little vaso, and by though as untrammelod in his ingenuity as i ttitii Sold by all Druggists. Islam li ono of tho strangest facts In the tho tiny gophers that sit upon their the light the fatal wound was oxaminoi. Lt. l.l?lrifiten 1(0 Hers Is the candle," and the history of man; under some aspects strangor haunches in tho grass over which he iHTra I0 2f iu Pullman Palace Sleepers. Arr. ltkhmoad ... II II ain 'unwrapped a yellow stick of sperm even than Christianity itself. Christendom lady Ho startles C hlcago with his floral iu only partially acknowledges the Influence of work. Ho constructs sphinxes and obelisks i row a cioin. itowlathlT nil.. " Iiocaatrr IjOuInvUIu "The 8 11 awL spittoons used by Mr. Christianity. Tho civilization of Christen-- i of littlo ice plants, sots out a great calendar Arr. ltlehmort'l .... ii ocam.. Stallion, and oil tho watchors by the bed- dom U not ChrLtian but Roman in origin; of pretty flowers, changing it for every day (o XiiHlniUc, side aro around tbo bouso here, but I guess ' Its Ertoaco and literaturo aro Greek, its in tbo summer, presents to tho do ightod I 0 p 81 a re, .McuiphlH, LTC. KIcblllABvl Arr. Winchester 10 ptn 7 00 yott dvi't want to see them," tho lady social systems mainly feudal and "Teutonic. Chlcagoau view a huge Coral l I arai that in tunc. Kidney diseases may br prevented Atlaii(a, A" rris. 0 P m 8 W a in l&vsked. "There is another picture over But tho religion aud civilization of Islam actually marks the time of day, and In the AIiilKonicrj, I.rr rxlBti.n b; purifying, renewln;, and invigorating Vniun pointing to a little engraving. The sre 'iiio: tbj Koran is the stauJard of its matter of elephants, hearts, anchors, crosses iSS"'.7.4?.'",ul HUrm lAUHi KovK, I.c Tari, Magic Lake," representing a full moju lileruture, un.i tho Moslem deslros no fur-- j ana iuo iikj, iitcrauy grow lug iu the ground, the blood with Aver's Sarsaparilln. When, " " PIS " fyntblana .... i 8 ' Pin 8 Ma in I '" J, Slohllo mitt OrleutiN. ' Falmouth tblnUg on tbo water through a line of the.- - oiplauation of tho my.teries of man bis Ingenuity knows no let or hindrance. debility, the action of the kidneys through I 17 l ni 0 Ola m A iI7i.in Arr OoTlBton .. trees. "That buug on tho wall nt tho foot and nature than what Is given in the book A XOULE N inverted, tlic?c orntu rob the blood of OnOt'ND. nOjMnljgt) ja. j8 45 'fj,, , of and my Lrotber Fred, who stood dictated by God's own angel and In the Lincoln pork swarmed with happy visiOnly one change to ptlnta In its needed constituent, albumen, which U n adit Ions of its early commentators, there and held tho president's feet as he tors Sunday. It is tho central park of Chipassed off iu tho urine, while worn out AY.yVU.I.E mtANOK. pasa-away, has often told me it was tho t Jo other faith has ever succeeded In so cago, lies on Lake Michigan, end is best matter, which they thoukl carry off from perfectly Interweaving itself with tho acU reached by way of Dearborn avenue, which, last otjjtut his eyes seemed to rest upon." I'Oaill.IJocuD. It is a small picture, but tho mcon is bright and noeds of common life as well as with though Chicago dees nut appro iato it, is the blood, is allowed to remain. By the Pa ly but; R. Wun.lBa.la7 in ifeu ongraving, and it is quito possible the requirements of tho state, and it subsists tbo handsomest, most aristocratic aud me of Ayer's Sarsaparllb, the kidneys Ltb Cbilntton. . that fhe dying man may have looked at It from ago to ago without n priesthood and streot in Chicago. It is moro elotue iiitoied to proper action, and AlbufcfstltlDf, haiiiM on the Hoe of this road will rccclTC J OOpw ' Uliigiun without a church. Tho Modem holds imwitfeu gleam of sensibility. quent of truo praiso ot the solid, wholesome, 7 Ma m 4 35 pm ipclal rates. minuria, or "1'arla mediate communion with Allah, and tho dignltlcd qualities that must bo considerable 8 20 pu Agents of tbls Compjny lor mU,routw riEVEHAL, GHASTLY ItELICSL Arr .Millers burs, 8 40 a la 5 41 pro Ac, or write " tttrllil-...- ". "Here," continued Mrs. Rector, "Is a box Imam, aided by no ritual, simply leads tho. than all tho Prairie and Michigan and tho 9 01 a ut (ospm C. P. ArMOIlH, (1 P.AT.A " JolironM.. llko avenues tho p!uco possesses. It conof iKjqpiii. Hero are pieces of towels stalnod prayers of tho ossemblod faithful, and do-9 48 a ui 0 5C n ui lmalllp, vy " Mays.llK. 10 80 a in 7 43 tains less that is offensive than any other wit Wood; hero aro scraps of tbo lsco cur- cl.sres, theologian wiso, not the will or mercy .a of (Jo J, but tho meaning and appreciation avenue or boulevard. But Lincoln park is tain In tho theatro box. Do you soo this en "KoTJT :N7TJ4 THE 3EMI.WEEKLY Is previntcd. Ayor's Sursaparill nUo ins rovcaiou worn. l ha Spectator. Bourn. Uopno. a noblo pleasure-grounTho trees aro ly Dallr ttai That was torn by Booth's heel as ho prevents Inflammation ot the kidneys, und o!dcr than in tbo other parks, and tho drivo Ex. fiun Ki. nun leaped from tho box to the stace. Hero Souiettilu; "ew Iu Tritvalliif; Caps. along Lake Michigan, as well as tho views other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas. are hsfts of bair which the surgeons cut Lti MaysrlliF 5 8 a m 1J r5 p ra There's snmothiug now out that will knock that tho lakeaffoids, nro codsends to tbo " John.in froili Mr. Lincoln's heaJ. Most of those ... C 37 a m W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Pluln, I an p m " rarll.l. ., bustnesA It city, whl.li, by tbo way, Is said to bo almost 7 25 a w 2 Jgpia were sent to Mrs. Lincoln, but wo fouud a ihj spots off tho Mas., writes: "I bate had n complica" Mlllrrsliurs .... is n new traveling cup, mado with an air always cool by reason of IU waterside situi . n iu i 2 CO p in fuw scraps afterward. There wero many Arr I'arl. ,.... tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble 8 10 a Id a is p in cushion In tho back. Ordinarily it Is Just ation. " LosiiiKton ctbir things which the family has 9 Ma in B 10 p rn has been with my kidneys. Four bottles luo any other traveling cup, but wbon you " t'Tlnginn Not only in icspect of its parks does ChiMy brother Fred has a pillow slip l 30a in of Ayer's Sarsaparilla made mo feci like cago excel tho metropolis. upon which tbo president's brain oozed. want to rust your head ou tho soat-bacHor drives aro uuu uon t want an tho hair on tho back of oven moro excellent than her parks. Iu ,,'t"7T",,n,3,ln', r 'lllyletrr,n Wlr". n ucw person; as well uml fctroug as Iio also has a bedspread stained with blood your head rubbed off, all you havo to do Is Chicago ono may take his own or ono of the Dltd ode of the probes used by tbo surever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer t., geons. My sister Paulino, who lives Iu to put your mouth down to tho opening, cheap and good bacKs of tho public liveryBoston, Mass., bad been troubled for j cars blow up tho littlo bag, and put In a cork. men ond rido over forty miles of roads that Baltimore, also has a numbrr of things. IIuatfocUiD, Ch.rlc.to.., W. vtV.nJ with Kidney Complaint. By tho mo of Then you put your cap on your head, and are simply t erfoct, and that Intersect very I mention these thing more particu-lai'llAyer's Sarsaparilln, liu not only there you aro, with as nice a cushion as a teautiful districts, both rural und suburban. continued Mm. Rector, "because a He will constantly meet the hideous but ;jfW York pnper sold wo woro in pov- man could ask for. Did you ever see anywolcomo watering-cartHerald. that account for erty, and bad sold all the lolics wo had thing neater than thatf-Chlc- ajo tho genoral absence of dust; and if, wbllobo That is false. We sold but ono thing, aud the jMienn! from imumlng n fatal form, HTA.N1TOKD, KY. According lo tho l'urls Journals. is on tho south side, he will follow one of that went to the government. When Mr. but was restored to perfect health. John Mr. John W. Mackay. nccordln? to tin. ou these cults into its stablo ho will see one of cor;0pr.Url,,r3nUU,''r' Liuuoln was carried to the house ho bad on of lb. McLcllun, cor. Bridge and Third tts., tho prottiest sights in Chlcago- -a wooden n pair ot rubbers. Thoy wero taken off by Paris journals, has iitted up the smoking. Lowell, Mass., wt itcs : "For several years ' room of his Now York hotel In .mif.. WALTON. open illko a circus) in tho middle, rotunda, my womer, uuu, among oilier tilings, wero I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney and framed with two rows cf stalls, occuMctrea away. I had them for several yeara """ihe mannor. I ho walls are papero with H. B. HUNT?NUTON. Itoc,lrerU,,",gtD' K' pied by boautlfully groomed and stalwart Complaint, tho latter belli,; so scvero at ui nu uuiious, uriHticaiiy arwrnupcd up with this pillow. You soo the uaim-HuiOcncral litaccs, CoTingion. Kr. Tucsiay times that I could scarcely attend to my Is yuMlihed ercrylow price anJ Krlilsy at the inarl on the rubbers whero tho heat has ranged und running up to tlw ceiliiij, tho fat horses, monarchs of their kind. Each of half if tltcd them. Well, Secretary BeJk-im- ' whole representing fL'O.oOJ in visible cash. stall is labeled with its occupant's name wcik. My appetite was poor, und I wus They always managa to usso the neiva In "Phil D." in compliment to tho great sir tho war department, one day heard nricli emaciated; but by uslnj TWO DOLIiAi:S YEAR. V packor; "Carter IL," after tbo mayor; that the Peterson family had never beon l'drls. Chicago Tribuuo. t -- . Long John," in houor of Mr. Weutwortb, rccosuptnsed one cent lor the trouble tbey f the I'miill)-- . 4 and so on. These horses drag tbo sprinklers Uoeucuused and that the Lincoln fain- 6o".,u kid ii. i Mr. Wescott, of Ba'timore, was in Wash-he- r and publio 'bues, and among them aro a Uy had never even thanked a slnglo mom- of it, and he sent over for that pair of 'hfiton spins time ago and called on ten at or few animals of gentler mold for the police -- OP ALL CLASS rubbers. Ho kept the rubbers aud sout me I Vest. Tbo waiter took up his card, und as men, lbes-- bear such names as Ida, Louie, Princess, Beauty, and tho like. s. ihecV for fool?, and tho rubbers are now 800a & tQ0 senator read it he romarked: Think of nl I ti. it u. . .. Neatly and Choaply Esooutod. Iu the museum in tbo old Fold theater "Ab, ho must bo a distant relative of mino. that, you New York park commissioners! Irr'. I' n Even the people's stable may Lo made a III r. I ii ' or at least soma connection of tbo fu rally. bulldiig. my appetite und digestion Improved, mm Kor tain by Dr M.L.UOURNE, thing of interest, and oven tbo tooulo mnv "One thing more I can tell you," said Bring him up," Chicago Tribune. tftmfurJ. my health Las been perfectly icntorrd." enjoy ic mo great liuliatng Is as clean Mm Rector, "that I know has never teen ' and sweet BS the surlnebousa 6f a dnlrv. Kimw Wlut Ilu at Afliir, n in ajerJ,ltrI,eoraij!en.l Tho very room Mr. before. Sold by ull Druggists. ouiith.i,lr,m;!f; "Thero Is something in this littlo fellow I The carriages and the carts of the rich and dOd in bad frequently boen occupied r.r. Im IncntotatitjoiioKhuti Price 91 ; Six bottles, $5. TO II. va 1 ' and Olct t, by Wilkes Booth. While I was away at like," said an appreciative visitor ' tt0 Poor tt"10 ure driven in across tho Faaartat.m B.I ial THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aj er A Co., LowcU school mother used often to let tho room. of a young hopeful ho wa trotting on his ( coach - bouse floor to tho circle framed by oiritur.. haiBlvanHtUfictlcn. Wheii Mr. Lincoln lay dying in my kneo. "Say, now," said the boy. "how did tho stalls, whore men, women and children Mass,, U. S. A. -- And tli Urdealrtrtlt LouIstIIIs- AleoU A Ll.l, room there was oven then a laundry you know I had swallowed a nickel ("Now who have gone In on foot are found enjoyUnaiCiiislalCj. ing the unique sight, New York Sun. Iludua.K. Y. memorandum on the wall, by the side Orleans Picayune. Courier-Journ- al Clnclnnatl.l ef ike dressing ouo. minor, lu Booth's Nevada still has 1,MXJ,100 acres of land Col 1 by Droejlttu A Hook of Army Auocdntea. own handwriting. It had perhaps been Ona year for only ft:i two papers jr little file. 41.00. It Is said that Gen. Logan la to write for sulu. more than tbo price or on. there for months, but I iUDpose somo of Mr. F. Marlou Crawford's iutome from bis btanteu's detectives had found it at tbo anothor book, consisting of personal anecHTANKIKU. KY. uvyfUAf timet Wo might all have been hanged with dotes of battles among Confederates as well novels is now $;0,UlW a year. Br tarlnzusllyou will rrtolre lor one Teat I tremble yet when I think as Union soldiers and ofllcors, Mrs. fturratt your homo paper with tbo CourlcrJourLal, tU - Fropriotor W. P. WALTON, ryprcoentatlTe newspaper of tlinHoutb, democratCtikago Herald. . l if STANFORD, PY. ic and fur a tarllf for rerenue only, and u -THAT HACKIMi O. n i V IU vnu with TipS'la nd ' ! .it i .M L Site of Stsge, 20x60. Eluht comnleteieti ol Hu brifhteit and ablest family weekly In tbethn best, nm Mrera Hnial lirFr.ll tor. ! Unltai tbe .11 I4. f will go as far as Alaska riv.i)l-l- i t'SM'eh'i V It i a' ! mwitoH to cured by atlub's 0u Miss Kate Field Sssvtlas vspaeliy. Including cattery, Huitca. 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