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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886081001 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. Jtofii VOL. XIV. An & tih&w l ft THE iittfmii Cr 3,7 "lA STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1886. Exptrimtnt Mich Was Not entirely Sat. fsfactory. NO. 149. HtES A7 HOMt. Pitbllthctl Tiirttai0 ami JPrdtnu -AT 83 XI3Ii ANNUM, OAHII. t understood If credit that 11.50 will be pected and demanded. w ex- W. P. WALTON. The Execution f John Brown. "Shortly before 11 o'clock the prieoncr irai taken from tl), and tho funeral cor-tewai put in motion. First camo three coBipanlei.thfii tli criminal' wigoii drawn by two large, white horre. John Ilrown was routed on hi cofllo, accompanied by tho sheriff and two olbrr peraow. The wagon droyo to tit foot of the kI1os and llrovru deecauded with alacrity and without asslstancs and ascended the teP' utepa to Intrepid, the platform. Ills demeanor without bflor brrKrt. He uiadn no fpeech; whether he ilolrril to mike one or not I do not know; even if he had deiired it, it would notheve ben permitted. Any eptech of h(a nihil ol ntcMlty have been unlawful ai beinj; dinctid against tho peace and dignity of tho Commonwealth, and ai etich could not bo allowed by thote who were then engaged ic the nioat solemn and extreme vindication of lw. John Brown' manner pie no evidence of timidity, bat hli countenancs ws not free from concern, and it teemed to me to He ilood of wlldiies haven little upon the clijlcl, but, a short lime, Riving brief adieus to i!,o-- around him, when he was properly pinioned, tie while cap drawn OTcr hie face, the noose adjusted and attached to the hook abote and he war mov. ed, blindfolded, a few steps forward. I svascuriou to note how the Instinct of nature operated t&iuake him careful iu put-ti- ns out hia fret, ai if afraid ho would walk offthe tcafljld. The man whoatoodiin-blanchc- d on the brink of eternity waa afraid of falling a few feet to the ijrounJ. Kmthing wae now iu readlmif. The sl.trifi asked the prlsoriir if he ahould give him a private tignal before the fatal mo ment. He replied, in a Toice that aounded lo uii unnaturally natural to cotnonl was ila tone and so distinct its articulation that 'it did not matter to him, if only they would not keep him too long wailing.' He wan kept waiting, however; the troopa that had KrtaeJ hie escort had to be put in their proper pydtion and while thU wca KoIcroij he stood for eome 10 or 15 min-ute- i blindfolded, the rope around hie neck and hia fret on tLe treacherous platform, cxpectlnc inatantly the fatal ac; but he alood for this comparatively loci: lime up. right aa a soldier in poiition and motionless. I was close to him and watched him narrowly to res if I conld - any in of shrinking or treinblinn in hia peron, but there was nine. Ones I thought I taw hia knees tremble, bat it was only the wind blowing hln looae trousers. Hia flrmneaa to elill further trial by hearwai ing CjI Huiiih announco to the sheriff, 'we are ready, Mr. Campbell.' Trie sheriff did not hear or comprehend and in a louder tone tho nua announcement wa made But the culprit itill stood sle.vly, until the hcrlff, descending the.flht of atcr, with a well direct' blow of a ebarp hatchet, cevered the rope that held up the trap door, which iuntani'y sank thcer beneath him. He fell about three feet, and the man ol urons and bloody hand, of fierce posslons, of irou will, of wonderful ylclrtl-tudthe terrible partisan of Katun, the capturer of the United Stales nreenal at Harper's Ferry, the would toCilllIto of the South, thw demigod of the abolitionist, the man extcrated and lauded, damned and prayed for; tbe nun who, in bit motives, his meanc, his plana and hie eucccaiw, mutt ever be a wonder, a pure'e and a mystery, John Browr, waa hauling between heaven and earth. There ivsa profoundeit rilenCH (luring the tima his atrucglei continued, growing feebler and feebler at each nbortiro nttempt to breathe, His knrci were acircaly bent, his arm were drawn up nt a right angle at the elbow, with the hands clenched; but there waa no writhing of the body, id violent hearing of the chest. At each feebler effort ntre.'plrallon his turns sank lower and Ms lojs hung more relaxed, until at last, lank and straight, he dangled, swayed slightly to and fro by the wind. "J. T. L Preston in August Jtvouan et o aut-jecte- and his wife started on their bridal tour, Kskson said: "We want to show people that all newly. minted people are not silly " "Yes, we do, Henry." "Now, when we go on the train, let tie not pty any attention to eachother," "All right." "We'll lean apart from eachother and act as If we had been married for years, won't wi7' 'Yes. Oh, I (ell you what would be the funniest idea in the world, Henry. We'll take different reals and after a while we'll get acquainted. Won't that b nice?'' 'Firt clan; splendid." Whn they boarded the train they took opposite feats. Henry took up a newspaper and Mnllie looked at the wavering landscape. After awhile Henry looked up and saw the conductor silting with Mollio, Henry chuckled. "Thinks she's In love with him, I reckon," the bridegroom mus ed "Btllevo I'll go forward and lake a smoke" Hi ciijar must have been very unsatisfactory, for he soon threw it away and returned his ecat opposite his wife. Tno conductor was telling anamurlngstory and Moliie waa laughing 8he did not even looV at her hutband. "This ts playing it a little too fioe,"Hen. ry mused. "I likj ti aoa good acting, hot she acts n little too we!1.'' The train slopp-- d at a station and the conductor got up and went out, but returned Immediately and again sit down by Moliie. Ju it then a yonng wsman cirae along and asked Henry if she could iharo his seat. He gladly consented, musing that he could play even with his wife. A few momenta later, while he was busily talking, he saw, with a aweetensd thrill of revenge, that hi wife waa looking at him. At the next station the young woman got oil the train and when the conductor went out Henry ait down by Moliie, "I don't know what you want to sit down here for," she snapped. "Why didn't yen get of! tbe train with- -" "What do you want to talk that way for, prccioui?" "Precious nothing. Qo on, 1 don't want you here." "I euppos you would rather talk to the conductor?'1 "I'd rather talk to anybody that will treat me with respecti" "Now, darlicg- -" "Darling nothing. I'm going to get off the train and go home, that's what I'm going to do. I'm not going to live with you, that's what I ain't, and when pa asks me why I'm going to tell him that you didn't treat me with respect, You don't love me and never did. You used to let on like you did, but you don't eveu do that any more " "Moliie- -" "Moliie nothing. Qo on, I don't want you here." "Now don't be foolish. You know how you carried on vttth the conductor never saw him btfjre, either." "The mischief 1 haven't. He's my uncle. I was going to introduce you to him, but I didn't want him to know that we were married until jut before we got ofl the train." "Mollio." "What?" "Won't you forgive me?" "I ought not to, you are so mean." Eca-so- n y Just before I'm lonely, I'm lonely, injr beart dwells alone, Away from my Irlends, nd away from my borne; Awsy from the ones wno are to me dear, Whose Iniigrs only In dreams now appear. Oul how their swewt smiles and glad voices I wlit, The morMng's salute, and the night's nrllmrkln: The freedom, none; Obi how I do yearn for the faces at homo. , a Candfdato or tbe offlca pfHuperintendent of Public Instruction, subjtct I have one reglsUeed bull and one to tbe Democratic Bute Convention. and several good yearlings, entitled to a register, toraale cheap. A. Jt. FELAXIi, Stanford, Ky. Or LOO AN COUNIY, 13-l- 1UOTIGE. U. K. TAYLOR, Mill 3For Sale! I off.r for sale privately my tbe spirit, like which there are . B. HAltRIft, Ag't -- roa- FtOIIIl AND GBI8T MILL, ?iM?.n,iniItk8.mlIe.' "T. There are faces, 'lis true, that I meet ottry hou- rHome gay as the sunshine, some fair as a flower, Some pleasing as anr that ever wero known; Hut none like the faces tbe faces at home. I bear toIco mellow with Jest and laugh free; Uow can they so merry and so happy lit? I static, but my heart doc all gladneis dltoirn It only Is glad with tbe liesiat home. The partridge when captured by man for hlr sake, Bcorns, scorns to lie weancJ from hfr wild uatlru B Wm. Doering & Co.'a Mowen, Bind- er! and Reapers, turnpike. '' It Is a very valua- - on the Crab Orchard, lll-l- m - . Kentucky. & Lot. rtnit 13',M me at once Mil. at Stanford. Kr. V. X. ffiOTD. Sale of Storehouse J NEWLON Store-Hoos- NEWCOMB JEITEIi MT. VERNON, KY. n As Administrator with the will annexed of T. T. Daviess, dco'd, I otftr fjr ealo privately tbe o brakj flies back thore, an uilno ba nowuovn, To (.'well lo tbe circle of face at borne. O call you nst lonely the mountains and wools, The hill and tbe plains with thslr wldcolllulcs; 'Tie lonelier far when 'mong strangers wo rosin Thinking, eTcr thinking of tbe face at home. ller spirit Uut sorrow baa gladneu, ease follows concern, Labor faas rest, and exile IU return. Coutented I'll be and cum longer to mourn, Hoping swn, sxm to see the dtar facca at home. "BODSOUHK." Dripping Sprlngi, July 10, 15W. IN MEMORIAL -- BRO. M, A 0. NEHUS, Soul at Rest. Grieve not dear onoe, he has gone Ood wills all things Dr the bstt. A nobler 11 fo was never lived, A kinder wife has never grieved. ti rest j : Illsllle was spsnt lor the good of all Till Ood saw at hi spirit to call, lie has enly gone where his bsdy oin rest-I- lls spirit has fliwn to tbe land of the blessed Weep not dear one ere loaj there will bj An angel sent to suinmoni thee; Ob be prepared when you hear thecal), That be may welcome hi laved ones all. Cheer up prlered oaei and pray fjr Ool'i grass To give you strength to run the race 8fo ttiroujh this world of trial and sin, A home wltb dear Mac. In glory to win. m Mourn not tond mother fjr your oaly J Ills life spent here was a noble one. We have his aacrcd memory left us to lore, While he's at reit with Ud above. a- (Mas. Nakjuk K. Hutt. tn; Hratteison on tho Queen. "I was jsalous "Jealou?" " iea." ba jealous.'' and" "I did not know you loved me enough to "But I do. Dju't you love tlt?" me just a lit "Yes, more than you do me." "No." "Yes " "No, you don't, precious " ' Yes, I dn, duling." "If these people were riot looking I'd kirs you," Henry remarked after a short si lence." "It's none of their biialncjs." "Put jour head on my shoulder. There." Hoimi hia arm around her, and when be thought that no on was- looking, kissed ot ner. "Dj you love me?'' ehe asked. Hon. Henry Watterson writing from London about tho entrance of Q leen Victoria on tho 50th year of her reign says: "it has been u moit wondrous reign indeed, that of this fat and 11 irld old Queen, who cnteis to day upon her jubilee year. It began wten old things Wire passing away and the woild was emerging frjru the dark-ne- n ot night, and it haa witnessed such revolutions In humau condition as weio naver known before upon the surface of tbe earth. Since then the map of Europe has been completely altered, and, out of a chaoa of petty sovereignties and provinces we behold the German Empire and united Italy. France is a republic. The United States of America is a pjwer, Erery where constitutional government has widened and streglbened and pjrogstive declined. Des potism has gone to the dogs, and along with it tbe lesser despots. Inventions, multifarious, from tbo development of tbe lo comotive to the perfection of the telegraph and printing press, have transformed tbe methods and the meaus of public inlet-courTbe oceans are but ferries, and, in the transmission of intvlligence, time aud space haye been abolished. Science has illumined the midnight to rival the noonday, has snatched the human yoics from its mortal throat an J conyer;ed it into a speaking-trumpet, and, lanatcking the jungles aud the rocks, has found a new pedigree for mm. Tne wealth of the world naa many times multiplied itself, and, with cheap travel, cheap fuel, cheap fabrics and cheap postage, the cost of living his been diminished. Vto or'u has seen all this and been a put of it, and, along with it, a na tional projre-- and glory never surpassed, enabling the Victorian era to take its place alongiide of the Eluibdilun era in prow esaod In song. Wo ctn honor mJ rei,)33t tuia great without loving her, aud appreciate tho cervices and cxploita of her people without wifbing to embraod them. Sse, and they, hare done their pirt right well In the movement of the cduturf. The past is largely theirs. Lst ours be the futuru se. soy-eroi- Iu these tlzht tlmea each burei ihnnld roniull bis own Interests. Why should you elvoonemcr- cnant&Ocfor an aitlcle when you can buy the same tula from another tor 40c. To do thii la not justice to yourself or family. to get in ine Here's a list of wedding presents recently articles. next pice, you anouidatbeaure price. good any Poor good are dear No published by a country paper: "From where Is this more so than in Medicines. You might as well pay CDc an ounce tor saw dust u for father and mother of the bride, one Jersey inert medicines. Bourno has lust stock ol calf; from bride to i;room, hair wreath icines of all kinds. received his unrefresh fromMed Concert Grand, Every article the Parlor Grand, made from hair of herentlre family, and al manufacturers. He now has the nicest and cheapest (election of fancr eoods. snow case articles. Ac. Baby Grand, sosixfineHhirts;from brotherJEIias.one book Ac. Tbe cslebrated Lnm.r' Spectacle and eye a specialty, me usit nranus of poems, one Dream Book, one Polite Let- giasic every can warranted. Splendid oi mixed Upright Grand, paints Jewelry, ter Writer and a dog; fro anxlerr goods, artists' Square Grand. aunt Harriet, sewing machine goods, lamp, goods, chromo. frame, brushee, bwks ol six hens and a rooster; also, ona We are opening tbe most carefully selected, tbe of tom- all klnda. stationery, a thousand articles for tho ato catsup; from cousin Sir ib, one poem dear grandmas, maUen aunts and tbe smartest ba- finest and txst stock of by In the buslneas all al made up by herself; one brids and groom, Dr. M. L, Bourne's New Drug Store, PIANOS AXD OIIUAWS Stanford, Ky. 15 verses in all." Powell County JourEver brought to this city rTry Instiument is nal. the pride of au artist an J prices range from 10 to U percent. lower tnan otner dealers ak lor the Small cirds with "prasem this at the same goods. Persons ot musical u'l oft culture tr Invited to an Inspection r.f tbe beautiful, cultidoor" should bj sent out with alt wedding vated, retlned tone and artist designs ol thue celebrated Imtrumonta: invitations. At a recent churoh wedding Tbe gentleman whose feat jres uro fairly portrayed abjve is at pro 'en t editor of that sterling Bheet, thn Richmond Herald, and has been since August, 1SS3, when bo purchased it from Judue Jos S Broualon Mr, Newlon was born in Fauquier coun ty, Va., April 5. h, 1815 and was educUed in the county school, includlnz Upper-vil- le Military Ac viewy. At an eirly aza bo jibed Mhby's Btt'a'ioa of Partisan 11 in gers and fought gallantly with thit famous command till the close r.f the war. Leaving Virginia in 1SG0, he came to Louisville, where for a few months he studied law, but abindoned it before obtaining license. The followinj year he Iocvb 1 at Midway and for six year was employed in the riilrotd, telegraph and poitoffice. la 1873 he bought tbo Blue Grass Clipper, succding Hob. C. W. Buck, present minister to Peru, as editor, remaining in that capicity for fire years, during which time he gave the paper a name and fane to rvhicn in a grast m-ure its reputa'iun and Q mrishing condition is due. In 1833 he sold out to Mr. F. D. Spots wood and moved to Richmond as stated above. Pjeecssed of a bright and discriminating mind, which has bee.i enriched by years of study, genial of disposition and companionable to a marked decree, Mr, Newlon is a lovable man and a model christian (eotie man, whom re are proud to claim as a friend. He is a leading member in tbo Christian church and an earnest Bunday-schoo- l worker, having been superintendent in such schools for niiny years, either at Midway or Richmond. A Mason, an Old Fellow and a Worthy Chief Templar, he lives up to tne precepts of those orders and in all the stations of lifo demonstrates a true manhood. In 18G9 Mr, Nawlon wss married to Miss Ltzrie Worsham, of Midway, and a daughter and soa have blessed tbeir union, the former now marly 10 and the latter 1 as and Lot on Lancaster t., Stanford, Ky Hotel Is still main-Ulnin- gl Charges reasonable. Bpeclal attontlon to the traveling public. U fine reputation. -m This old and w. j. '"" Now occupied by Miss Buwade Bcaaley. : Aiwcoirn, Pro'r, Alt. Vernon, Ky. J. It. PAXTOX, Adm'r. MILLBHSBTJEG ICE! ICE! ICE! 1 Wl" Female College! REV. This popular school, after a year of unparallcd cess under Jel'arSd Oue Cent whVnlomrrVu.t,1!' SS d50f !R Staaford Per I'omul. Mch woath' r sue C. POPE, President, AND lg'tf It. E. ItAItllO ir. STANFORD, KV. MRS. S. O. TBTJEHEABT, Again offers Itself for public patronage. With Increased iicllitles, an enlarged Faculty and an elevated conrte of study, It affords unusual opportunities for the education of your daughters. 8nd lor Catalogue to BEV. C. POPE, Lanr FaMcirit, Stanford Female College. The Next Session Opens September 1. Noted for Health, Comfort, Home Care, Good Discipline, well Qualified and Efficient Teaohers, Thorongb Training and wide soope of Instruction. Graduates In three different courses, arranged to suit the mental tastes and capacities of pupils. For Catalogue apply to ALEX. S. X'AXTOK; President. m 133m Millersburg. Ky. A NEW Buggy & Implement House. I will in a few day open a Full Lino of Agricultural Implements, With tbe reliable Walter A. .Wood Harvesting Machines at the head. Also a E IT FnllLino ol Buggies and Wagons Always on hand. In connection with my plement business, I will also carry a Im- Hcntuckj's Jitonte East FOB Washington, Philadelphia and Tho only line running Complete Stock oj Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Now York. AND Prices on everything as Low as nny one. I solicit a share of your patronage, 112-- 1 PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Itesptctfully, vr T, SI. BItVCE. A SOLID TRAIN FBOlt LonisTille, Cincinnati & Lexington, Zv. to Washington City, The Direct rjute to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina Polnta. For tickets and further Information, apply to your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Mon. roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. W.C.WIOKHAJI, JI. W. VVX.1.KII. 2d Vice President, Gen'l Pasa'r An' t. Rlchraoiiil. Vlrzlnle. Fast Trains for Now York. Connecting in the same depot with FROM WUX.NCK No Traveler Ilotiirna Sick ! a jr in this city the hooJlumi and kids crowded In and took up about a fourth of the seats, when over a hundred invited guests had to sUnd up. Those who are contemplating marriage in a church will plesce yemembvr tbis, Lexington Peis, Bucken's Arnica Salro The beat Salvo In tbe world lor Cuts, Bruises Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Unds, Chilblains, Corn and all Skin Eruption, and positively cure Piles, or no pay required. I, Is gutrantecd to glvo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cent per box. Tor ealo by Tcnny A MoAHster. Ague Cure I AYER'S "r ndore you." "You make me awful happy." "You will live with me, won't you?" "Yes, always. We like the hioned bridal tour the best, don't wt?" oid-ias- JTe pdlite child world, neighbirhood on a tour of observation, is the latest in the juv-fin"AuJ we don't aire how She was strolling around tho are locking, do wt? ' ile Y." rmny people when she came across n colored man sitting on a door step. She stood with ber finRfr in her mouth looking at him. Fi nally she said: "You're a colored man, ain't you?" "lou'reo very polite little ,jclrl," he said; "yes, I am a colored man." 'Qj, yes," she said, "I'm a very polite. 1 , call.every nigger I see colored man." But in Oakland, , be III , drove a minister and hK congregation out of church last The congregation was filled with t Sunday. tacrlUglou bees, but consoled , anger aV-,ithenjojlveawlth the fact mat the occur-- , renco tc)ok,,plcj beforo the plate was pass-re- "No." "And if they don't like it they can get ofl the train, can't thev?" "Yes, and you will live with me, won't you?" "I couldn't live without you." "I couldn't live without you either" "Because you love me, don't you?" 'Ye?, and because you love me, don't you?" Just then a man got up, opened his valise, took out a piece of cake, handed it to Henry, and said: "I I'd yours. Take it." Ingenious Petty Swindlers. Tbe ingenious ways soma persons adopt to avoid paying out their money seem incredible to those whose watko In lifj do not bring them in contact with large numbers of people. "Here is tbe latest to belt us poor conductors out of out f.tre," said one of the fraternity the ntner day. "While taking up tbe tickets I reached a nicely-dresse- d lady, who was looking, apparently precccupied, out of the opau car window and tapping her pockelbjok on the window ledge I touched her shoulder to attract ber attention, when she jumped as though shot, and dropped her pockutbaok out ol the car window. Sne began lo cry, and what could I do? Pass her, of cjtirs, which I did. I noted tbo place of the accident, stopped for the pocketbook the uext trip and found it to contain a postage Btamp nd a card of hooks and eyon. I felt pretty R Review. cheap then."-- R Mat Can Be Done ? fly try log again and keeping up courage many things seemingly Impossible may be attained. Hundreds of hopeless case of Kldnoy and Liter Complaint have been cured by Electric Bitters, after everything elso had been tried In vain. So don't think: there I no euro for you, but try Elec trie Hitters. There Is no mcdlolneto eat), so pure and so perfect a Wood Purifier. Electric Bitter will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Disease of the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach and Ltver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. Largo Bottles only 5) cents a bottla at Penny A JtcAUster. "Harpers, S. C, July 0', 18S4. "For eighteen montlis suffered with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottlo ofAyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. EBWIX HARPER." IS WAHRANTED to euro Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Fever), Liver Dcnguo (or "Break-bone- " Complaint, nnd all diseases arising front Malarial poisons. . v nt tl Tito KuaUc, the Famous Decker &S011, the Founlar'Ev erctt and the RcUuIiIq Neir England "iVorld-renomie- Pianos, The Celebrated Olough and Warren and the John Ohuroh It Oo. Organ. Please communicator lib us for cat alcgu-terms and price. . iVj h. OO 11, Sprtlal Ag'ls. t titacford, Ky. Cr ROSE R. RICHARD, References A R. Peuny, Mr E. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips. J M Moore aud James & ley, Stan'or; Mrs. Magle Holmes. Crab Oreh-artlen. V J Lxudrai ncd Mlts Little Huff-mas, B.-tt- J. I d; n, Laucartr, Ky 133-- 1 jt rREiwnnD Dr. by Lowell, Mass. J. C. Ayer & Co., Sold by all Druggists. O. & M. iSISSIPPI fi. Is. Excitement in Texas. and Great excitement ha been earned In the Tlcinl The direct through linefrom old established route ty of Paris, Texas, by tbe remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who waa so helploss he could not Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii and all points in tho West. turn In bed, or raise bis bead; everybody said he was U ylng of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. Two (21 Dally Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louts. Tbreo (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding re to St. Louis. ilcl, be bought a Urge bottlo and a box of Dr King's New Life rills, and by the time be bad Only lO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati to it, Louis. taken two boxos of Pills and two boxes ot the DisTho Only Lino by which you oan covery he waawell and had gained In flesh li got a Through Stooping Car pounds. Trial bottlo ot this Great Discovery for Consumption free at Pennr A McAllster. From Cinclnstt to St. Louis. tblr-ty-s- Positiro Cure for Piles, 1VT Xr 1VX, Istbeonly line running PVisa Cay J. J1U l through from Louisville To the peopled this county we would say that and Cincinnati to all other routes being St. we have been given the Agucyof Dr. Marchlsl'a made up of a combination of small roads. J. Iul, "Idon'twabt it" "But you have earned it." some, of your check Tho man threw the cake on the seat, and .nulls," nii! tne.d,ude customer to his tailor. as he made a break for the forward car, 'jAuiI I'd like tq look at your check for said: yd ljkf tqjpqk at rj 0 "I wpn't 'have It." the Uualt," replied ttii m:roUant. Tne cneckmated and dude watered ..hlci-el- f pissed ."I "Thu.'a tbe sickest bridal affair saw and I used to be captain of a Arkansaw Traveler. boat. I ever When llaby waa elck, we gave her Cutorla, When abe km a Child, ahe cried for Coatoria, When ebe became Miss, ahe clang to CaatorU, WLca she bad Children, she gave them Castoria. steam- A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial van ou diicdi trains; j.uxurmni rar-l- ot Cars ou day trains; Elegant Day Coach. v on an trains. Direct and close connections are made In TJNIOtv Daughters. Wives and Mothers. DEPOTd with diverging lines by the(). A M. ltallway, thusavnidlng troblesome transWe emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlal' fers by otbtr routes. Feraalo Beraedy, t cure Female DisTbe Ohio A Mls'lsslppl Railway is tbe only lint eases, such a Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Louisville, Cincinnati and dt. Louis between Is an ImproTenicnt on any I'.uupo llentir yet Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaermet or bearing under one manrcment, running all lis InvenitJ Thocups deNodlu mllif astrains throufh oild nud Inconsequence uown reiiiog, irregularities, usrrenness, Changed cending full .1 water. clrciiU'f Hi- - ir ir.un lot. tie- Is recognised Flrtt-Cla- ss torn to tip of i Hiiii or wli. rmuri g wlgM Llfe.Leucborrhoea. bosldesmanrweaknitiiiinrlni. ivem mow (,'itles. tog from the above, like Headache, Bloating, SpiApply to tlckt--t Agen a of connecting lines for watej buas, m..i rendering tli wh - iiiiMr iunv-In- g all color, tod taste P;ip -- has full particulars a to rate, time, uaps, etrculv an ImprorHl rbaluj no or small T-lnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, or any links tu i.fl acU dcilrol Information, or write to cup Isxildn.l Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drug- ard Ins e'l ol i link, HOHT. H. FDHMAN. a flat piece ol Klvanlsrd Iron ' ted. Dj not Trav. Psu. Ag't O. A M. K'y, Sou erset. Ky. () Prlraill aniS If SO llpr IwittU. fianil tn n. purebss a imtup iiurll nu te this. y. is. au.viiui, W. M PEAliOlO. Viry resiiti'tiully, J. B. Marchlsi, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. ai.d Ucu'l Mti'gr, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Prrs. or sale nv renny a ucAiister, Drujiiu. 11. Cincinnati, u. Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure nr money refunded Internal, External, Illlna Weeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 60c n box. For sale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. The Ohio Die-ji- nu The Bucket Pumb & Water arul iwil. U. UIGGINN. V . The detaocaata carried the Tenneeeee Shepperd, of Williamsburg, spent Bunday mahere. Miss Ella Ramsey, of Stanford, has ia the 8th district for judicial officers. It State electltn by a largely increased Morrow's majiritj jority a gain of 28.000 over two years ago. beta here. E. C. Walton, Business Mana will be eeea that Col. A collision on the Chesapeake and ger of the Interior Jourhal, ia in town la lees than that figured last iaiue, and that The following are the names of lAugiist 10, 1886 Mr. Warren's good luok has deserted him Ohio road, at Llmettone, 40 miles west of Stanford, Ky., News comes Ashland, Saturday morning, causing the visiting attorneys: Capt. L. A. Byron, and he goes under by 07 Gen. W. J. Ludram, Lancasfrom Kueeell and Casey of considerable lr death of Engineer Davenball, Brakemen Manchester; w. P. WALTON. f r and Fireman ter; Hou. M. H. Offsley and Col. T. Z Mor regularity in the election and while Mr. Wm.Bhea and Hcneetwan Engineer Hlgglns had his raw, judgeelect In this district, are here; as Warren has not decided'to content the re U.Ballard. It stems that Barbour was elected, not- sult, he is making investigations, two left arm torn from his body and left leg Is also R. C. Warren, Commonwealth's atM, Htgginbotbam, of Laccas. withstanding the mauj phophcclea that precincts in Rowell held open till long af broken, and his fireman, Harris, was badly torney, J, Yerees wonld enow him under, The last was caused by a ter, is in town. ter 7 o'clock, greatly to the disadvantage injured. The accident accounts make bis majority" in the neighTho reault of last Monday's election is of Mr. Warren, and the same ia said of train dispatcher error. borhood of 20,000 and still a climbing. We From all we A Knoxvllle dispatch says: A charter aa follows. Yerkes, republican for Superl precinct in Casey. Jenkins1 verily believe that if the party lines had or Court Judge, 983; Barbour, democrat, can learn there are good grounds for a con- for the French Broad railway has been filed. been closer drawn in this county and the are the officers 678; Morrow, republican for circuit judge, The principal incorporators test and it may be made. right to scratch Barbour had neither been and directors of tho Richmond and Dan- 1,011; Alcorn, democrat, 70 1; Herndon, readvieed nor winked at, it would have been attorney, ville railroad company, and they propose to publican, for Commonwealth' 8 I 5 better for Alcorn and Warren. There are N. C, to 934; Warren, democrat, 69S; Colycr, repubbuild a road from Paint R:ck, D 4 ! ! COUNIIEH. a great many men who think it shows indethis city, a distance of 76 miles. The road lican, tor county judge, 930; Pike, democrat, pendence to scratch a ticket and they are will cost $2,000,000. Work will began at 730; Bethurum, tepubllcan, for county atwilling always to do it, even on a very once. When completed, thla will open the torney, 1,0.S8; Brown, democrat, SOS; White, email provocaticn for Chicago and Charleston republican, for sheriff, 1,019; Houk, inde131 HttfHIl Boyle 111 133 ..-.- .. e. Caaey It is understood that tho Louis- pendent republican, 010; Hicks, republiDl "so It is consoling even in defeat to know Garrard., 437 ville and Nashville and Cincinnati South can, for assessor, 9S0; Kirby, democrat, 667; 41l Ml Lincoln., that the judicial ermiae in this district IMIaakl ,ttn 492 voO Ping, 288 ern will both extend their lines to this city Arnold, republican, f jr j tiler, 1,018; .... 307 will ba worn by 83 able, upright and con- Rockets tie. 4S 17 ltunell in order to reach a shorter outlet to Charles- democrat, 625. Toe largest vote was bescientious a gentleman as Hon. Thomas Z, Wi J ns ...... 118 11 tween Morrow and Alcorn, in which 1,715 ton, Savannah and Port Royal. Morrow. We were unconditionally against EM 802 SCS 1437 ToUta The total appropriations of the last votes were polled. him and his party, bat since the majority 87 Congrees is $230,523,683, against $212490,-77- 9 m .... Circuit Court convened at 10 o'clock has willed that he shall ba our judge, we Majorities. I AltUXDANCE. last year. The inctease is caused by Monday morning, with his Honor, Judge bow as gracefully as possible to it and can NOTES OF CURRENT EVENT. the $15,000,000 extra for pensions, and the M. U.Owsley, on the bench. The grand truly say that we know of no republican Cholera is reported in Wisconsin, but $14,400,000 for rivers and harbors, and the jury is composed of good men. They re anywhere more capable of the trust, or one e ceived good, close instructions from the $1,000,000 caused by the reduction in it is, perhaps, only a report. who we would rather see honored. receipts -i- n all, $30,000,000; showing court and will no doubt do their whole du Twenty houses in Hartland, Kan., Death is rapidly deceminating the ranks were destroyed by a tornado. ty. This will be tho last and ia by odds a clear saving and a clean reduction of of the democratic leaders. It is sad to think to the but Instruction given to a jury in this in the last year. In addition A pleasure yacht was caught in a that within a few short months McCleilan, storm on Lake Uuron and six young men the above appropriations there have been county. The namea of the grand jury are Hancock, Hendricks, Seymour and Tilden, were drowned. passed two deficiency bills, one for $669,055 J. M, Fish, foreman; M. Southard, J. T. the latter the grandest of them all, have State Teachers' Institute for this and the other for $0,431,500. The Alabama Lamb, J. F. Taylor, G. W. Doan, Eli Dix The been called from the sphere they honored Superior Court distrirt is in session at awards amount to $5,769,015, and the naval on, Robert Taylor, Iliram Maguire, T. J. bd well to join the silent majority. The Somerset, and will be till August 30. The above summary Coffee, J. E. Allen, II. G Howard, J. W. increase $3 500,000. parly will not eooa enjoy the wisdom and Mink, Wm. Hays, J. W. Marlin, Wm. Oftho Kent Mnkt-N-. surplus resolution failed speaks for itself and clearly demonstrate The Morrison conniel of a quintette so distinguished and to become operative br reason of the fail- the economy of the present house and re- French, Harrlsou Reams. The petit jury so worthy of the honors that were theirs in is aa follows: R. L. Myers, Willis Jones, ure of the President to sign it before the flects credit upon the house organization. life. Granville Adams, F, M. Bloomer, Tilman Congress. adjournment of DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT t. Coffee, Sam McClure, Joelah Bray, Reuben A zizruBUCANnamed Lilly captured the Capt. Argus D. Vanosdol haa been judgeship in the new 19th district, notwith nominated for Congress by the republicans Sour Mash, the fine stallion owned by Abney, John Parsons, Z. T. Proctor, Jep standing it gave Cleveland a majority of of the Fourth Indiana district in opposition Hon. D. L. Moore, of Harrodsburg, was Thompson, George Proctor, Elbert Cox, 687. The first Monday was evidently a to Hon. Wm. S. Holman. much admired by visitors at the Fair last Ranee Coffee, Wm. Rub, John French, David Heyainger, James Adams, W. P. red letter day for republicans who aspired The democrats of South Carolina have mW The following are the newly elected Chestnut, N. 8huraate, Jamee Harold, Jas. Richto be judge. Four and perhaps five were nominated for governor Hon. J. P. CHEAPEST AND BEST elected and if all are as profligate with the ardson, present State treasurer, and for justices for Boyle county: Archie Gray, W. Berry, Henry Brooks, Thomas Carrier. 8. Fry, J. J. public funds aa the 15'.h has been, Ken- lieutenant governor, Gen. W. L. T. Pierce. H, Prewitt, H. P. Boltom, 8. Vale! is Craig, Thos. McRoberU, J. J. Yelser, A. J. tucky will soon be strapped sure enough. A New Orleans special says: Farewell, Bro. Yerkes. not the least alarm here about the yellow Evans, and Robert L. Reynolds. May the gran be ever green above tby The ciil service reform business seems fever. The Infected vessel was strictly The Advocate issued a daily during the grave. to be regarded with as much disfavor in quarantined more than a hundred miles fair.Jand bo did Fackler A Nichols, the Grass of another color could never be so North Carolina as in most other places in Third Btreet job printers. Joseph 8. Moore appropriate as green grass in commemorafrom the city." this democratic country. Gen. Cox, who reFletcher Johnson, of Lexington, Ky., was the leading editor of the paper last ting thy singularly fresh political career, as professed great veneration for the law and has been appointed Chief of the Division of ferred to, which was call "Ihc Xtus" For tho Ucrry Neat on. fresb, in trutb, aa it was brief. advocated it in season and out of season, has It was close cutting between Webb, Alas, that the good die so youngl Alack-adaAccounts in the General Land Office, at a jnet been shown his mistake by his tar-hesalary of $1,800, vice General Hunter, of democrat, and Batterton, republican, for that our evangel of political purity, constituent, who were unusually assessor in this county, Webb receiving Virginia, made Special Inspector. so suddenly coming, so quickly went unanimons in voting not to give him a 1291, these official "Urlef i tb lightning In th willed night. The democratic convention of Kansas 1,290 and Batterton for Congress, Quite right, figures showing Batterton'a majority to be 1 That, In aipletn, unfoldi both heaven anj earth, has nominated Thomas Moonlight, of Leav The way of the transgressor is hard. enworth, for governor, and a complete State vote. Wm. Shanks was committed to jail on And ere a man hath power toiajr BtholJ' Thejawa otdarkneai do detour It up." JOE I WATEBN. m.(!,h'i:akc.v. Sherman, the New York Catholic priest, ticket. W. D. Kelly, of Leavenworth, the Friday night for cutting his step-so- n, namAh. welll it must be! it must bel who renounced his yows and ran off with candidate for auditor, is a colored man. "I'lantdalaca it hit head and feet," ed Cowan. The trouble arose on account and married a choir Binger of his churchi The President has aiened the river of those sinful amusements, fiddling and and take comfort in the hope that his saintis not enjoying his honeymoon as much as and harbor bill. Ab it becomes a law the dancing. Cowan wassericujly carved about ed spirit, freed from the dross of carnal which is he might. Two young women have al- bill appropiiates $14,473,900, clay, at last realires that he would save the the face and neck. ready eworn out bastardy warrants against $008,300 lesa than the house bill, and Col. J. W. Guest's Terra Cotta, by world from political sin must himself walk him, with several of the back districts of $357,507 more than the Senate bill. The Harry O'Fallon, won the Tremont Hotel in the straight path of open political honhis parish to hear from. appropriation is $500,000 lees than the bill stake at Chicago Saturday, beating Hinda, esty, instead of attempting to gain bis goal Sti-eetThe Louisville lima is a hustler. It of '83 and '84.claims to ba the banner coun- Vera and Duhme in the order named. by ridine two horses at once. Trimble Courier-Journa- l. ISucceaaora to Watri A JUney.J Farewell, Brother Yerkes. Time, 1:291. The stake was worth $2,050 presents the sworn statement of Business ty in the State. Barbour, democrat, for Saturday sold his Manager John A. Haldeman that in the J. M. Hackney on received 1,516 votes in that business hquee on Main street, stock of last six months it has published and sold Superior Judge High License the Remed. county against 26 for Yerkes, republican. goods, work on hand and horse and wagon 1,702,109 copies, an average daily circulaWhat is tho remedy? That is, what is a citicounty has never had one of its to D. 8. Hinman for $9,000. Mr. Etonian remedy that, considering the nature of the tion of 11,308. For a paper that is printed The zens appointed to a Federal position high- at once took possession and will continue population, has the best chance of salutary solely for amusement we ehould say tbatv er than a revenue store keeper's place, and the busincw without interuption. there are millions of fun in it. effect? We believe that it is a high license, but two of those. Courier Journal. Mr. W. 8. Downton on Saturday pur- a licenee so hith that no small groggeries says that Superintendent of Public InstrucThe A dispatch from Somerset o chased of Len Edelen a sorrel mare 7 years can be kept open under it, and the number tion, Frof. Joseph Desha Pickett, announ- Mrs. Wm. Massey gave birth to three chil15 hands 1 inch high, for $165; and would be reduced to a very few. These few old and ces that the per capita for both white and dren last night. The most singular thing this reminds the scribe that the aforesaid should be conspicuously placed, open to colored children for the next year will be of all was that two of them were connected Downton has been laid up for about a week public and police inspection. A license fee $1.05, notwithstanding there has been an by etrong ligaments, something similar to on account of a difficulty had with a mule, of $1,000 each would not be too high, and incre&te of 17,878 in their number. Only the Siamese twins. A strip of flesh about Hioro'Kooui, Vnu JLrfcriiiie Bnlldlnj?, pp. Inferior Journal and which ended by Mr, Dovmton placing perhaps not high enough. Liquor selling three other States pay more for the educa- two and a half inches in width connected his leg against the muie's foot. oflleo aud 2d door liclow First National Bank. with all its known diluas it Is carried on, tion of her children than ours. the babes. All were dead when born. day of the fair, a tions and adulterations, Ij a very profitable Link's California Cannod Goods, Bananas, Lemons, big line Sugars On Friday, the last and The number of measures vetoed by the small boy presented himself to Mr. John J. The President didn't sign the surplus re Coffees. Cream Flour, Iiacon, Lard, Hams, Etc. buslncsi. In some cases it has been shown President during the session of Congress Yeiser, who sella tickets under the entrance duction bill, but it is said that in order to that the profits of retailing whiskey are a WATERS A WEAKEN. more than had been WILL MCDONALD WATERS, compensate for his mistake he will begin at instcloscd. was four to the grounds and laying down 25 one thousand per cent. Now, one effect of a of the Governvetoed from the foundation up for the very high licente is to put the burden, or a once to reduce it by calling in bonds at the cent coins which he had saved of the Forty-nintrate of $15,000,000 a month, instead of $10, ment to the beginning occasion, asked for a ticket of admission. good part of it, of looking after the crime MYt eft an n Only one bill wai agreed to by 000,000, as proposed by tho bill. We hope Congress. It was given him and he went in, and it is and disorder that barroom drinking proobjecboth Houses over the President' the news is not too good to be true. hoped eojojad the fruits of his business duces where it belongs. Another effect of tions. is predicted that by the time the foresight. And now the officer of the as- it is to close up the small groggeries and It The funeral services of Mr. Tilden were sociation say that if he will let himself be bidden drinking holes, which are tnnch unattended with display, though thousands Maysville and Big Sandy railroad shall be Huntington, of the know he can have a ticket for next season more temptations and subversive of good of his admirers flocked to do him the last completed, President OSALIIS IK- rhpnanf-iikand Ohio, will have arranged free of charge. order than large saloons which are open to Bad honor. Among the distinguished perMr. Wm. Scrugham.of Lexington, was society's inspection. Hartford Curran.J for a throueh line from Cincinnati to Sta Drugs, Books, Stationery and sons present were President Cleveland, Secin town last week taking In the Fair and retaries Manning, Eadicott and Whitney, Louis, presumably by way of Indianapolis, Fancy Articles. The employes of the Federal House are Decatur and Springfield, and that be will visiting old friends. W. M. Fible, traveland Gov. Hill, of New York. is absent on a trip paid for 24 months' time, whereas they ac- PbyilcUn' prr.crlptloni accurately rompoaodrd. ing for B F. Phililips, go further and reach Kansas City. If TvSaV Alio The love sick Sinator from Florida, of Defeated in the local option election to Eastern Kentucky. Miss Headley, of tually labor but 10, and yet the other day the mellifluous patronymic of Jones, did not Monday, the temperance men put up Board Lexington, has been visiting the family of a bill passed the House to give them an exwarm his seat in Congress a moment dur- of Trustees in Shelbyville who would not her uncle, Mr. Hamilton Headley. Mies tra month's pay, amounting to $S0,000, and ing its laBt session, though it is said he was grant licenie. Oa this issue the fight was Julia McCoy, of Indianapolis, ia visiting would have stood but that tome one called Tbe Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, uncommonly regular in drawing his salary. made and won. Both sides had lots of Mrs. H. G. Sandifer, on Lexington street. for a yea and nay vote. When the ConJewelry and Silverware be imprisoned for obtaining He ought to money, and used it freely in paying baok Prof. W. K. Aro and party have returned gressmen who had voted to steal $80,000 money under false pretenses. Erer bought to thli arkft Price. Lowar than Miss Lettie McDonald, from the found that they had to About $1,850 from California. taxea for indigent voters. tbt Lowut. Watchet, Clock, and Jtwelrr iu- guest of Miss Emma go on'record, so tbal tbe public could see palrtd on ahoit ootlc and Warrant!. A MAM named Sears blew into a gun at were spent in this way, the whisky men of Atlanta, Ga., is the Weiseger this week. The Misses Chandler, just bow each man voted, they went back Somerset to see if it was loaded. It was, spending about $1,200. and their little brother, children of the late on tbe stealage. The grab was roundly deWm. L. Reed haa bought 12 but the load of shot is now lying at the base to day for Chi- - nounced by leading members of the House, of his alleged brain, with the prospects that mules in Mercer. Garrard and Lincoln, N. H. Chandler, will leave cngo, their future home. Miss Lettie Lee without effect, as the grab was attached to be will share the fate of the feline, of which paying $90 all around for them. They are very nice mules. Mr. Reed states that the Rochester, of Kansas City, late of Stanford, the deficiency bill and it was only when, by it was said, "curiosity killed that cat." market is fair and people are holding was visiting Miss Allie Dunn. Miss Jennie n shrewd parliamentary move, a yea and The democrats of Kansas have nomina- mules very firm at about those prices. Bin Faulkner, of Lancaster, visited friends in nay vote on the grab item was obtained, ted a man named Moonlight for governor, Campbell, of this county, bought last week Danville last week. that the majority flinched and went back on but we fear it will be a matter of moonshine 15 head of No. 1 cattle from different parthe hidden vole by which the grab bad COUNTY. UT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE before they get him through. At any rate ties in Jessamine, for which be paid $4.08 been carried. The first yote against the J, E. Vowels is the happy father ol an- grab was 21, but the last was 151. It took we think that Moonshine would have been per hundred. Jerry Kinsey sold to Brown, ' a more popular brand. a struggle of 40 hours to obtain this re of Cincinnati, 35 head of fat cattle at 5 and other boy. An infant of R. R. Smith died and wsb versa!. Louisville Democrat. Mr. Kinsey also sold Sam Boome, prohibitionist, is go- 4 cents per pound. Caft. buried last Saturday. ng to run against Botts for Congress in the to W. W. Goddard 20 head of hogs at 4 A few weeks ago a justice of tho peace in There was a good crowd in town on Democrat. 11th, merely we suppose to furnish the cents. fHarrodaburg Cincinnati was committed to the workfirst day of court. The funeral of tho late Samuel J. Til- the Major with amusement, since it seems the The present term of court will not be house for drunkenness. He has Berved his republicans cau find no man to pit against den took place at Greyatone Saturday, the is only set for time and is now back to business. Oae of by a minister of a lengthy one. The docket services being conducted him, the local papers gives him this the Presbyterian church. Afterward the five days. It won't do to fool around a vicious tri- remains were conveyed to New Lebanon, at this placo is free reading notice: "Squire Billy SanderThe Sunday-Schocycle, unlesa you want to get hurt A man About 75 son's hands are still calloused from honest Columbia county, and placed in tho family again in a growing condition. and hid wife were thrown from one near Sunday. licks put upon the rock pile at the workvault beside those of bis two brothers. pupils were present Boston Saturday, killing him outright and will be at Mt. Vernon during circuit house, but his fine legal mind ha lost one I The pall bearers were non. John Bigelow, injuring her fatallv. to serve my old of its equipoise, The Squire wishes it unElghtoon Professors and Instructors.- Hon. Daniel Manning, Hon. Samuel J, court and will be pleased pension the soldiers who Randall, Hon. Smith M. Weed, non. An patrons and as many new ones as possible. derstood that the wheel of justice are Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneering.Classlcal, Normal School, The bill to again grinding at tho old stand on Walnut served ia the Mexican war failed to become drew H. Green, Hon. Geo. S. Miller, Hon. Jas. W. Grant, Dentist. military tacnes, uommerciai ana preparatory courses of Study. -- 8. W. Parris, M. C. Williams and T. Btreet. Tne gravel has been brushed out of pension Charles A. Dana, Dr.CharIes E, Simmons, a law. Both Houses passed bills to COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. : them, but in diffteut sbipts, consequently Wm. Allen Butler, Aaron J. Van Dar Poel, N. Roberts took In Crab Orchard Springs the burrs, and nhe is once more ready to term begins Sept. Otli, 3886. For Cutalocno and oilier Information Allen and hum." Punday. Mews. Whitehead, Hon. Daniel Mngine and John B. Tievor. the oicnri fnllcd. Addreit JA3IEU ZC. IATTi:itSOH, I'll. ., S,cxlaicton, Kentucky. ti We give below a table of the majorities Stl-8BttUnttnor3onn- wI to-da- f Mi MffM. fvy GROCER, MAIN & SOMERSET STS., Stanfoi-cl- , t ii Ky. long-looke- air-lin- 4 FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS post-offic- MOWING BLADES & BRIER SCYTHES FLAVORING EXTRACTS! SEVEEAL GRADES 0P SUGAR y, The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices WATERS&WEAREN Main GROCERS, , 4-- - JStaaifoi-d- . I lijtlc h ta iv nrii pwaya mMHmM PHARMACISTS, m e rs JEWELERS. tax-pay- ers Wall Paper, ItiiiA Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. Fulland Complete Stock of the above and prices B. X. WEAKEN, first-clar- s Stanford. d CTATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY V . of the city, are dangerous to public health, t well as a nuisance and f6r Rev. A. Barry will caavaaa Lincoln must be gotten rid of within seven dayr. Bix IuIIiJIdr lo'a 'or sale between Btan. county for temperance throughout August. E. H. Burneide, Maynr. Courier Journal. August 10, 1886 lord and Rurland. H. J, Duel. Stanford, Ky Stanford, Aug. O.b. Walnut Flat church haa tandargone a Died Mr. Benajah Bmltb, an old citt- complete mttaaaorphoali, The inferior has HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. SJ. O. WALTON, - QuBlnoos Managor. ern of Crab OrcharJ, died Sunday, aged 75 been papered, painted, carpeted and refur The Cincinnati Southern road comto Mrs. Kate Dud-der- nlshed with pulpit, cbaira and stand, and promised the Wigham cse by paying $176 Bead Tma.-- Go and see the new chemisettes, collars everything is in readlnesi for the Presby- for the horse and $100 for the bu,gy. I. J N. LOCAL TIME CURD. and rushing, Handkerchief and Pendants tery which convenes there next Siturday. Col. Wm. M. Carpenter and daughter, -- I Jj r.u. and rings for Lambrekini Mall train going ljith- " ah me improvement are paid for too, Mrs. R n. Thompson, and her orphan South ,....-- . ..bhJJ i it . . . thp.nkatothe faithful work of the good chlldrer, left yesterdty for their home in MM. gxpreaitraln" Booth..........-.-.....-.... J ' if ii Norn. .......... All persons having claims against the siatera olar Sequin, Texas. time. Th jots U calcnlaUd on standard estate of T. T. D tries, dec'J., are rcquest-e- d News has just re.chcd us from SpringU about 30 minute lasts rl LAND. STOCK AND CROP aa to present them to me propsrly verified field that Tom Cjnway, a young mar. Pure-br- ed immediately. J B. Paxton, adm'r. yearling Southdown bucks formerly of our town, killed a negro at that LOCAL NOTICES. for sale by F. Rsld, Stanford, Ky. A. place on election day Particulars not Bob repaired on ahor Ed. LlLLAitD accuted of robbing Watches ami Jewelry Penny A McAHa Pain-Cur- cr Daniel Slagpr, Jr., sold to Wra. More-lan- given, Las Tho -and warranted by Whitley, another colored gentleman, of .otlce a lot of fat hogi at $4 10 per cwt. effects Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Dunn were called Satur"'BUY the HaM tToR IUmeJy, the orlri 19.60 was arrested at Junction City For Sale.-- A first-da- re yoke of work Penny AMcAl. day and brought tojtll here His trial oc- cattle. Apply to R. E. Barrow, or Master-so- n by telegram to Barnwell, S.C, to see their aal and only genuine, from son, Jesse, who waa reported dangerously curs this inorninp. Peyton. '""'ooMrLCTE stock of jewelry, lalMt ill. They returned, bringing Jese and his en-a- y Col. J, M. Beizley sold a lot of new young wife, who Col Morrow denies that he has promare now the guesta of ityle. Uockford watchea a specialty. I ised the Master Commlsslonership to G. shelled oats delivered in town at 25 oents the old folk, the invalid much Improved A McAUiter. W.Gentry or anybody else, and says that per bushel. and the brfde winning the admiration of nil PERSONAL. The corn crop in this county ia splendid who have met ber. Col. Welch's successor shall be his equal in and much of it will make a full yield even Mrus. J I. MoKinhey I here for a few every respect if be has to get a democrat. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. BRODHEAD, without another rain. dayi. AcacsT Wolff, the first of our new GerMERCHANT TAIXOIl. For Sale. Eight yearling thoroughwas Born on the C.h Inst, to R S. Martin Will Seveiunos, of Libanon, man citlzins to get into trouble, was tried bred Southdown bucks and 7 buck lamb'. and wife a on, here 8arurday. here yesterdav and fiord $t!0 for telling J. E. Carson, Crab Orchard, Ky. The social given by Miss Lizzie Heron B. F. Piiilliw, E'Q , of DanTlHe, wai beer without license. He waa not able to I bare received and at. I J receiving- James R. Nunnelley has returned on last Thursday evening was a success. 8atnrday. here liquidate the amount and is now in fill with from Pulaski, where he bought a humbax emon, la Many of our young gentlemen who MIm May Adams, of Ml. a probability of having to work It out on of 150 to hogs, for which he have more money than tbay can well manwith MIm Lucy Tate. rock pile at $1 per day. paid 3 cents, was In the age, and who imagine that the Louisville & Col. R P. Jacob?, of Danfllle, Comprlilnj the belt In th market, which will be Dagger, who, It Is Nashville railroad company stands very CArruREO Harrison town a few daya :go. TO THE PUBLIC. la claimed, dealt the blow from which Lum much in need of it. are in the habit of Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Ncno in City or Country. Mtw. Qkokob Edelin, of Libation, It is to be borne in mind that so long as taking the north bound passenger train Singleton died, was arrested 8unday night H. Bruce. Give Sle a Trial. with Mm. George the bylActing Deputy SheritT Dink Farmer and cholera is present in any part of Europe, here and traveling till they meet the south Mtsa Hamnau Fair has been lodged in jail to await an examination, there ia danger of. its importation into this oouna train at uum buipbur aud then reguwt of the family of John M. Hall. Beside some country. Satisfactory results have been turning. of Hu-towhich will occur to day. Mim Douje Williams, Mise L-l-la Francisco, of Gum Sulphur, aunts, the Misses Peyton. direct evidence there Is strong circum- achieved in our town and county by the tllle, It with her THOS. METCALF. JOHN B. FOSTEB. oldest and stantial evidence pointing to Dogger a the local board of health, but notwithstanding waa the gueat of Misses L'zzie and Belle JcixjkN. SASDirzn, the perpetrator of the deed. He waa arrested the improvements which haye been made, Hutchison last week. Miss Anna Moore, In to ree us y eater-dabeat man on the road, traa here election dav for drunkenness and dis- there are without doubt local conditions of Cincinnati, i ylsiting her elster, Mrs. iu -- Mim Daisy BcnjutDt, has returned orderly conduct and placed in jail to sober present citymany portions of the county and Nichols, of Gratsy Branch. Mr. J A. especially, which would aid in Hardin, of Stanford, paid hia mother and Orchard up. On hla release he was heard to make in this fromaiemaldaya'atayat Crab Mesne. A. L, some threats which may cut quite a figure propagating the disease in case it should friends a visit last week. Bprlngi. gain a foothold. It can not be too strongly Hurst and Thos. Cberry made a living e welfare. K. Morrrrr, J. B. Pazton and in hlsfutu--- Rev. A. emphasized that preventive measures are of visit to London last Sunday. Mra. Will Willie B. Walton left yesterday on the The gayet place In Old Kentucky to far greater importance than are efforts at Hoakins, of Junction City, is visiting to Old Point. Springs, for in addi- cleansing day la Crab Orchard and disinfection aftar the di friends here. Miss Alma Carson, Mra. Mimes Emma amd Helen Baukley, tion to ita 260 guest of as fine people as sease has made ita appearance. The public Mary Conn and Mr. B H, Conn, were in attending the Danrllle -- i, one would wish to meet, there are over 500 is therefore urged to continue the work of Mt. Vernon last week. Miss Annie MurFair, relurnel Saturday. ANDhandsome young soldiers encamped there, sanitary improvement with special referphy, who has been a tueet of our village of Milan, la a girl Mim Alice Hurt, enjoying a period of camp life with all tho ence to prevent the invasion of Sunday cholera for some time, returned to her home at of nerTe. Khe Bred oil the cannon privileges and delights of the "Suatoga Let the people, by a hearty May wood last Friday Mr. Eldie Armwhile the soldiers were on dMs parade. nf the Boulh.1' In an acquaintance with a M. M. T. CiUKX, of London, editor of the place for a dctm years or so, we have put our towu Into suchnotsanitary condition strong, of Covington, is visiting frienda that the direaae shall spread, on ac here. Mrs. E. Cummins, of Preacheraville, the London Under, one of the beat paper never seen it better kept than this reason. count of the absence of certain unhygienic visited the f imlly of H. T. Carson a few exchange Hat, was here Saturday. on our President W.T.Grant is ably asdsted in factors neceesary to its epedemic developdaya since. Mua. Howaiid Rice, of Lancaater, ac the management by Superintendent J. C companied her huiband to Crab Orchard King and a corpt of competent heads of ment. Lt us preserve and protect the "If I pick out a line wall paper right health. Rifle. Sprint, he being one of the 0eloyGruriei-Journa- l, departments who vie with each othir in publicspecify To there measures of general san- away, can you send a man to my houe tri Mrt. Bhuce HALUEMAH.of the seeing which can do the best. The bill of hang it this forenoon?" she asked in a pa- who hat been (Tending a few daya fare I vary comprehensive and the cooking itation, we will point out that surface cleanliness may be speedily effected; the purifi- per store three or four days ago. at Crab Orchard Spring, pawed back to splendid. The office ie in charge of the All of our Sugar was bought before the advance and can beeo'd at the same oil price. Our "Yea'm." cation of an impurj soil is the work of LouIsTllIe yesterday. popular young clerk, Mr. Tom Newman", time. "Very well; you may show me rome samMisa Jennie GnAiNOEK.of Loularlllf, wsisted by Mr. W. W. Hall, while that at Slaughter-house- s and all other businees ples." wio haa been attending Rock Cantle Unlive gentleman, Prof. E. P. Hawe, Is entabllshments that produo offensive re She sat In a chair bsfore the sample rack Sprlngi, Mopped on her return home and amusement director gsueral. Everything fuse should be looked after with particular until a quarter of twelvo, and then went to nl our store with hum r.r tht lunloc. It Is la the curst of Mlaa Alma Hayi. moves smoothly and nicely and an air tf care; all stagnant pools of water should be dinner. She was btck at one and remained Iaverr cheap. We haTe recently refitted and QUKK.NjjWaI.E. f i lurvr Jack SAUrLEY was elected county at- genuine enjoyment pervades the place. drained if possible and filled up; defects in until almost five, when she finally heaved a unsurpataed for beautyTheseconvenience. Ourfrom flnt nai.l. ibdruini.tlri c iianetltiun IVaand Cham-V goods are bought ber bet, Ii excellent. .u i.rice. t del; onlv ask you to call and examine soodi. by a majority of 80 and torney of Wayne The soldier are now a big attraction. A public sewerage should be corrected; streets long aigh and said to the patient clerk : reelected etipertn Mr. J. W. Bailee large majority of thrru are under 30 yean and alleys and public thoroughfares should "Dear me, but it's such a task and so late tendent of achcola orer Datis by 416. of age and unmarried, and the war they be thoroughly cleansed. in the season that I guess I won't get any at Mm Annie Lccian, of Knoxtllle, la are making on the susceptible heart cf the The source of water supply should be all. Much obliged, and I'll probably buy Oryiaillng Mim Jean Bachanao, at Crab many pretty maidens is worthy to be looked after by each one owning a well or of you next spring. Detroit Free Preea. chard, and was ona of the moat beautifully chronicled with the furcest conflict that cistern. If there ia the alightut suspicion Boynton, of Arlington, has night'ahop. Col. Jeff. dreed ladle nt Friday that it i contaminated, taboo it; or if this ever waged. The fair enemy usually a novel way for fltvoring waterWe started to present a lint of the pretty for n handsomely uni not well be done, boll tho water; but it cm however, melons. He says you can flavor them with Crab Orchard, but the task startles formed officer, or private for that matter, is is better to shut the well up. glrli at any extract you desire. His method ie: ui. There are too tinny of them. Master. to them irrcaistable, and a capitulation Accumulations of garbage must be remova Before the melon ripens, cat a slit about 0n Peyton haa been in cloTer there for s beginning of ed from each premise daily; foul fnquently ensues even at the s an inch long in the stem, and about possibly furnish n list to week, and can theskirmhh. Crab Orchard is the only and privy vaulta in bad condition must be Dealers 'd all klndaof through it, and pour In a drop or so whodrrireit. those watering placo in this country that ctn corrected. Accumulations of animal and ladle tho extract every morning until you of The following party of young now claim more bsaus than belles, and our vegetable matters In the streets, alleys and for the think you have the melon flavored highly and gentlemen will leare is to stand not upon yards should receive immediate attention, advice to the fair sex enough. Erery morning after pouring in chanerootd by Mr. and M.mmntJi the order of their going but go at once and and particularly is it necessary that the Mra. John 0. McAlistcr: Mirae Sophia capture or be captured by a gallant soldier grasses which now infest the aides of houses, the extract, close the stem and tio a sting Sal-li- e Col. Boyn around it to hold it together. and Jeannie Bright, Maltie McAlister, neighboring etde-wal- bs and pavement boy ton flavored quite a number cf melons in Cheek, Mattie Gentry, McRiberts, Mary along the principal streets and thorough Crab Orchard presents a warlike apthia manner, and is now enjoying some Lsttle Lee Rochester and Mary Brown, and of the city should be immediately the 52S soldiers of the fares rare and excellent melons- .- Atlanta ConL C. Lign. W. G. Dugan, W. P. pearance now with Mer. their presence ia an well encamped there. They arrivstitution. Gltena, W. B. Thomas, Abe Caldwell, W. Slate Guard welcomed on every as a menace ;a local factor which may engenH. M. Mrrl wether, the lat- ed Saturday and were P. Knight and Esi'ECiAL attention is called to the order der disease; the public good Is paramount hand by the citir.!.n and guest", especially ter of Kama City. to individual convenience and prejudice. of the Health Board and Mayor mMmmmmmmmmmmmmmC3rLMSmmmj br the fair nottlon of the latter whoie TMmmmmmmmmWt. 1mmmmWT Pains taken and costs incurred in tois JT bright eye beame I a welcome more gen LOCAL MATTERS. spend a It costs you but very little to work will not be wasted, whether cholera uine eyen than that expressed more formal week at Hale'a Well. If you want fnn, go accounti are now due. Please call ly by Judge Thoma W. Varnoa, whose comes or not. The same unfavorable local All " conditions which will enable cholera to at once. and settle Metcalf & Foster. address appears in full in the Courier' Ita infective germs are imported spread, if flKW ADVKBTIHEJJEJTH. Iryou wan. a dinnrr or tea set now la Journal. The camp is named in honor of into the State, are the same conditiona at Metcalf & Gov. ilindman and Ie most beautifully sityour chance to get a bargain whloh day after day cause and spread other uated on the bill In front of the office of Foster's. disease, such aa typhoid and scarlet feyers, ! the Springs, commanding a fine view of the 9 Columiius 8INOLETOH, the man who was pictureique surrounding country. Col. M. diphtheria and other filth diseases, which, found near town Tuesday nearly scalped, II Crump la in command and a more capa- though less alarming because they are Taken up on mr farm one sorrel hone, blaze -- SURREYS,died Friday. It la not yet known how be ble and courteous officer could hardly be more common and slower in their work, are late, 9 or 10 yean old, bad on a raddle and brld e. far more destructive to life. It is importCastle-mahurt. found. Adjutant General, John B. It J. 8. JHUJtriir, Btanlord. Ky. ant that everything about the house, celwho was not expected till this weskt A Beiuirant named Rankin, of Louislars, barns, premises, al'eys and streets by appearing on the scene "WANTED ! ville, waa dishonorably dismissed from surprised him should be cleaned immediately and kept breaking into the med- Saturday, and expressed himself much as dry and as clean as possible; and Camp Hlndman for there plraaed with the arrangements of the camp Gralu, Wool, Heed, Feed, Con!, Ijnuiber, Etc. icine cheat for whUky. should ba a general antiseptic treatment of MATRON for BTANF0ED FEMALE and the detail of affairs generally. Tne to beoome infected. PrivParoCOLLEGE. TE railroad picnln .occurred atloads of General Is over six feet and In appearance all places liabledrains, s, ies, eewert Springe yesterday. Bix car quet and bearing ia the typical soldier. Gov. A Lady with a daughter to educate preferred. the men, their wife, aweethearla and chil- Knott made a master stroke when he ten- gutters, &c, not known to be infected, be liberally treated with chloride of dren went from the KnoxTille dlrlsonr. dered him the position that he fills so cred- should lime, or with copperas solution, made in itably. Drs. D. W. Yandall and Clark, The college building la undergoing the proportion of one and one-hapounds and Prof. Paxton telle the surgeons, are on hand but it ia likely of copperas to one gallon of water. Inside and out, their positions will be a sinecure during us that br the opening day In September The cholera germs are said to thrive in ss piThe John Church Co. will have a flnt-- cl the present encampment. The battalion ia everything will be in floe order. The alkaline solutions, and the con. ano tuner In Stanford the latter part of August or O and D, nutritive composed of Companies A, B, now for a large school, we are glad to tenta of most privy vaults are alkaline, the first of September. Those wanting tuning done Louisville; Second battalion, Battery A, orders promising. know, are very hence the importance of such thorough and will please leaveRamMy. with Mtsa Boss Richards Satisfaction guaranteed. Louisville; Ossley Rifles, Lancaster; Boone or Mils Ella T antiseptic treatment of them as B. It. & . J. COOK. 8. 0. Hardin, Esq., waa defeated by a Rifles, Mayfield; Third battalion, Company frequent unty attorney of Clinton, A, Bowling Green; Company B. Monarch shall make their contents unfavorable to few votes for any germs which may find lodgment there. KENTUCKY but he haa the consolation of knowing that Rifles, Owensboro; Company C, Allenvllle; vlnMlcul Wall Paper, Drags, Steele Dailey, for matrl-mnn(.- 1 Company D, Hopklnsyille, InNtruenit-iitJj- , The routine he la aolld In another rnce, that lilquor Glaenilcalg, BookK, Officer Local Board of Health, Executive Ulgarx, Mechanical Pocket will lead to tho altar duties are as follows: Reveille, o A. m.j Agricultural Stationery, hnnnrs. He Paints, ajtitlery, Tobacco, Soaps, Oils, Thursday, MIm Mollle Johnston, a Sergeant call, 0:30; breakfast, 7;elck In compliance with the order made by next Macula Fire Arms, Perfumery, Iiamps, very lovable young lady of Garrard count- call, 7:30; guard mounting, 8; drill iquad the Health Officer, I, . II, Burnslde, may. Needle. and company, 0 to 10; inspection, Sunday, or, do hereby notify all property owners of I4EXINGTON, - KENTDOKY. yOnr Jewelry. Silverware aud Optical Goods Department Is lu Charge of (tea mo Titos. Bollards, who will Repair ffatches and Clocks promptly and lu Triplets. -- A. colored woman of this 0 to 10; church call, 11; Sergeant's call, the city, or those having the premises in style. 12:30 r. M ; dinner roll call, 1; dress parade, charge, to at once examine into drains, place somo time ago became tho msther of 10.30; taps, 11. Gov. vaults, cellars, water clocets, AUGUST 31 & SEPT. 1, 2, 3 AND 4, twins, both healthy boya, and about the 6; supper, 7; tattoo, will arrive Thursday and Friday privies, sewer or other places dangerous to same time a very Bmall, weak pig In tho Knott The Best Friday night public health and to put them into the best Competltoln open to the World free. family bicame motherleea. Tho woman will inspect the battalion. nursed it the military ball will be given, while uanitary condition. Accumulations of ani Race each day. "ttu JWTwo Waterproof took tho little awine In charge, every night during the wetk and until mal and vegetable matters in the streets, al Special trains on all rollroadi at reduced ratra, for a few wceka until It became ettong Coat, Dav Shorthorn Cattle verses Herelords. enough to "root little hog or die" for Itself, next Tuesday something special is on the leya and yards must be immediately remov First Ball open the first day, and will be a featt.rrrrwir. nmennnmnRfjrtECIi wtmntid "VI. D(1 Will. . ? J" "T. m - ...a J The Springs company is es ed. Further, the grasses which have been Florol brtuutt QUV. tKa MnUlI ftlArm. IDtl niw runNBu cni" when she turned It upon its own resources. programme. ni a im ure of the fair. Pirr f ImlutiiBi fOtlt jT nWHw ftrer lh tnllrt a fat, healthy pecially liberal to Lincoln county people permitted to grow along the streets and to MAJOR r. P. JOHNSTON, President. The boys and pig are all in a who ought to patron'r.9 tho pNro Isrjelr, infct the sides of builnoas and other houses T110MA6 L. ilalUIN, beueury. condition tl present. A. wil few share Flnt National Bank itle. Apply nt the Bank. i as Block RELI0I0US. la all parts a'a ' I inimen most wonderful known. Its the world aro instantaneous. Genlaur H. C. RUPLEY, d over Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 200-poun- New Goods for Spring and Summer, y. MeifsiH & Fwtoffi ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. -- k.. ln Low Prices a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, Hardware, Embracing Everything one-ha- lf u METCALF WEAKEN & U'OATJESEft MENEFEE, ed rr, & cess-pool- two-third- to-ni- rv. Favminglmplements and Ma chin ery, eye-sore,- ESTJBAX Wlm Bsselef Daradases n, Sprlng Wagons. Buck Boards, Farm WaglHis, cess-pool- water-cloee- ts, ra lf PIANO TUNING. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Wine. pros-pect- a & STAGG, 143-3- Stanford, Ky. and :ea.ih bt cess-pool- Uq"W:e$ i4mmmwMI SLICKER ;" frftffBUf ii- - 3mi.tfelttJititmmr3intimjil MANUFACTURE A Modern OF GREEK ANTIQUES. a Munchausen of '49. iVand of Solid Gold fate or a Young 'Male. ( , "RnlUiiA M?er began: i PlVfcbjr myself, too, wfcea I struck it big. One'day I was prospeetln' through an topea country, an' trKveled on 'till after night, tryin' to find water. At last I rode an' noticed that my mule's over a rldg shoes kop' cllnkln' against somothln. I had a DneyoungTnule; There was a valloy at tho bottom of the rldgo aud water. 1 went to sleep, and waked up when dny begin to break, but rolled an' slep' again. Not' tlmo I waked the sun was up, but I couldn't bold my eyes open until I tried a long time, there was sttcbrn. glitter." "Mica!" one of tbo party suggested. ' Desldo tbo grave Soros day bolovod, you will come and Traveling lu a i fa ii 1 ti i.i spring about forty yards long pop(ed out Is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparilla alio and uncoiled itself up to tbo eeilmg of tbe tourist in Sicily has round a village Jn car. It wa llko tbe deril coming out ot prevents Inflammation of the kidneys, and Sicily, not far from Syracuse, wbero thoso bis bandbox. After touching tbe root tbo other disorders of ihcio organ. Jlrs. Jai. primitive abodes are still in use. In n deep, spring rccoitod and the uncoiled and then W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Plain, narrow valloy, culled tho Val d'Ispica, tbo bo:aiu9 wound up in a most horribly d 3Iass., writes: "I hare had a complicatraveler's attention Is diverted from a pure, way. It would dart out like a svr-- tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble limpid stroaui, meandorlng amid (lowers. ont's tongue all over tbo car, atound tho meads and vines, to tho stoop, rocky oldes necks ot tho passengers, up tholr trousers has been with my kidneys. Four bottles 1H)rrorntHi ofar u of ... hm, wb,ch tho . of Ayer's Sarcapcrllla made me feel like legs, under tho seat, out tbe front door and . re,,,, .,nr nml n nr ntri nnti... fh.fen et( n new jeron; as well mul trong as around tbe driver's stool Then it would form the dwelling-placeof tho Inhabitants. curl nbout tho thin man and run out of over." W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer si., On examination it is found that thoo grot every window on that side of the oar. The Ilostoti, Ms.,bad been troubled for cars toes, dug from the living stone, aro feninlo passengers shrieked nud tbo perspirawith Kidney Complaint, lly the mo of tho first abode ot tho aborigines of tion gather o J in great bjads on the tall Aycr's Sursaparllla, he not only Sicily. Their forms denote a psrlod long man's alabaster brow. anterior to tbe Pe'osgian constructions, Ho tried to throw tbo watch out ot tbe since ono doss not sos any whero judications window, but it would not go. of tbo first notions of tbo art of building, dragged it back and it How intoThe spring con the dUcne from imurulm; a fatal form, not even tho loast idea of a regular design, ductor's faca, and in his excitement the tread be A Vuc.itloii Inr tliu L.vrcyman. but was restored to perfect health. John either circular or square on a fat passenger's pet corn, and the fat Tbo idea that a c.ergymnu is not entltlod Tbo writer found oftentimes that thoso MeLellan, cor. llrldgc mid Third ts., to a vacation I hopo is not very widely en- primltlvo on socuro dwellings consisted of man howled as though Ids liver had struck Lowell, Mass., writes : "For e cral j ears for shorter hours and hlguer wago tertained by the public. It is almost too ten or twelve room, dlsposod in threo irI suffered from Dypepla aud Kidney The conductor triod to tues tho demon- absurd to call for refutation, aft arises regular stori. Accos to tbo cntranco was Complaint, tho latter being to severe at chiefly from tho ignorance regarding a min- by wide btepi, which in tho most ancient I iacol watch through the door, but It ro--i times that I could scarcely attend to my ister's work. Tho average man thinks it in- times did not exist, but thero was in tholr turned and went whistling tbrojgh tbe car cludes only a sarmon or two a week and a stead n ladder, which could bo drawn up llko ono of tho KUroy's hot balls and bit wcrk. My appetite was poor, mid I was little parish visiting. Does ho never stop to after tholr owners had ontorod, and tbe I tbi door to 'violently that it loft tbo exact inMcli emaciated; but by ruing I timo of day indelibly stampod on the panel. think that a pastor must really have charge r could thus bo as socuro as in Finally tbe tall man, with tho assistance of tbe church's finances; that he must pre- tbe strongest fortress. Tho Frenchman sucot tho poasan-gersent tome attractive literary production for ceeded in wiunlng tbo confidence of some of of tho conductor and succeeded In gathering together what bis pulpit at least onco a Sunday; that be theso pooplo and enjoyed tbo warmest hosmust keep up a closo acquaintance with tbo pitality. He says: "Nover havo I found appeared tj be ten bushels of wiro springs, members of his church; that he must too gout's milk so gooJ, nnd tbe bonoy of tbe and tho car stopped and thoy gently caroften boar other men's responsibilities aud Val d'Ispica yields in nothing to that of ried it out into tbe street nnd said: "Now, sorrows; that he must bury the dead and ancient Uybla, which towjrs above us at then, nil togotber''' and dropped it and ran for their lives. marry tbe living; that be is liable to be only threo miles distance." This honoy Is my appotlle mul digestion (mproud, am! When tbe thin man looked at bis Watercalled out of bed at any hour to comfort duo to the abundanco of ilowors and of aromy health has been perfectly rcttorrd." bury watch nltor tho oxcitement bad subtho dying; that he must respond to invita- matic vines which clothe tho rocks ot this tions to address this and that public body verdant valloy, that mlht havo served as sided bo found that thero wm aJbsolutnly Sold by all Druggists. nothing in it not oven a wheel or a pivot or benevolent meeting, and, that, above all, tbo scene of tbe adventures of Raelat, I'rlco $1 ; Sit bottles, $5. The spring bad been running tho watch enbe must promoto good feeling and harmony San Franciico Chronicle. tirely and exclusively on its own nssponai-bilitPrepared by Dr. J. C. Ajer.tCo., Lowrli, among bis parishioners, oven though he be aud when it tied nothing remained heartily abusod every time bo carries tho Nationalities as Seen In Artist' Models. Mas.,U.S A. but tbo caso to tell tba mournful story.olive branch! In Paris there is an official list kept of Baltimore American. Does the world nover stoD to think of the weight of icsponsibility on a man who Sun- artists' niodols, and their numfcr for tho lSniadwuy 1.1 fo at Midnight. day after Sunday make his utterances present year amouuti to 01. All nationalrepresented in this documsnt Tho nnd opinions the common property of the ities aro head tho Coming up Broadway at midnight I list Of tbe wbolo 071 found swarm ot human b?es stinging nir Does it never think of tbe strain that ' Italians it tba old Dolmonlco restaurant, "5?, ""only supplies ono half wbtt ItX' sup- - to ruins witb iron stings. near WaU street, misinterpreted! this becomes a tread' Tho wblto blaai French models in mill soon. It is to get out of tbls treadmill plies. Ofare but 1V0. Tbo th9 Paris stud- - of n scoro of eloctrh lights made tbe sceno ios there Germans num that we welcome the summer vacation. ber strong at N), and tboro are (i magnificent with vivid light and shade hwlss, 50 Besides, what is the use of preaching whon Spanish girls, tbo samo number of Uelglans, overhead tho sky being black, tbo stars n congregation is nearly all away! Rev. dimmed to mero flickers by tha gUr of the 45 English, : Americans, t Austrluns, ' Dr. Fulton in Tha walls of the Equltablo Portuguese and 1 Irish girL Of tus iTl TO carbon Urn and buildings toworod up and bao passed tLoir majority. All tho rest grewL'nltod Bankmid-aiWhy SUutoii Wst Made Secretary. ghostly in Tbe roar boundaro young girls from In to --"0. Comlug out from Washington to the ary ot tbo ruins made by tbo great build Of course tboy do not gain their llvoll ings on inouutulus In the vicinity a night or two hood oxclu.lvoly by their sittings. Most all and Pino was mottled of with dancing shadows streets stones past, 1 mot Mr. Noyes, editor of The Washas tba nud them are ballot girls or to adopt their own ington Star. I said: "Did you know definition, dramatic artists. Then tboro aro sections of wall came tumbling down under tbo picks and lovers. Among tho yawning Ldnin M. Stanton Weill" "Yes, lalrly welL forty dress makers, thirty manufacturers I was a reporter on Tl Star at the timo of of artlllclul flowers, and tho samo vaults wicrd figures flitted to number of the dust rose in swirling clouds anil fro, aud tho war, aud n part of my duty was to go milliners, while a large margin havo no oclike smoke on a battle-Cel- l to Stanton's ofilco and got whatever news I cupation. Of tbo 1171 at loast a third aro could. Ho was a peculiar man. Sometlin-- s it was a suporh sight, and, lato as tbe with tbe Insido of prisons as well as ho would ba pretty roucb with me nud cut of tbo studios. hour was, had quite a .coiicourse of spectaTouro1 aro two sittings in me oil short Again bo would give me each day a morning aud anaftornooa. Tbo tors. In Loudon or Paris such a scene would news and gladdon my heart. However, he moraine U from 8 to 12: tba ovenln. well worthy of illustrafrn, i tion. be thought not ono of our pictorial Headache, Nausea, Dizziness, nud Drowsiwas one of tboso men you bad to uu.iioach to 5, or frum :.' to 0, nud tbsau Why dooj sittings apprehensively. ness. They stlmulnto tho Stomach, Liver, I often wor.dered how range In remuneration from S francs to M IKipers tako it up.' The subject is cortalnly Lincoln camo to put him in his cabinet, francs. Chicago Herald. historic, for it typlflo tho tiroleis activity nnd llowels, to healthy nctlon, assist digesof tho agu. Tbe world is coming to that considering that ho was not a man of large tion, nnd IncrcaMS tho appetite. They pass that it will soon neither sletfi nor rest political backing, nor, indeed, of Mr. Liu l.terjiluy J.lfo In n t.uurlu City. combliio cnthnrtlc, diuretic, nnd tonic Who can swoar that the day is not drawing coin's own party." Wo hivvo (xoorzla who properties of tho greatest value, nre n Said 1 to Mr. Noyes: 'I am glad you aro rolated several pjr.o.is In nud to Geor;o Washington on tbo near when day rellovonight gana-- t ot stockpurely vegetable compound, and may ho brokers will viised that question, for I think 1 can seo sldo of Ms each other at th mother, Aary Hall, and others taken with perfect safety, cither by chilwuy Lincoln put Stanton then?. Llncolu and tho daily papers publish edihim on tho sldo of hit sister Kllza- ha J como to a bupromo place of danger on 1 related to tions at - o'clock midnight, as will as nt dren or adults. E. L. Thomas, Framing-hawuo mirnoa Lewis. Thero uaiu, vauted a very positlvo man, unlike any of can bo found hero in Atlanta gentlemen noon. New York Time. Mum,, writes: "For a number of tbe politicians be bad seen. Ho bad felt who ore descended from years I was subject to s. lolent Headaches, Jonathan Kdwnrds, Tho i:treiuas oT AVet mill Dry, Stanton's ugly and tremendous nature when tho great theologian and first prosldent of be was enjaged with him in a lawsuit a few In the valley of the Rio Pecos, west Texas, arising from n disordered condition of tho Princeton, nnd who nro therefore of the ctomnch mul bowels. About n ear r.go I years before tbo war, and be thought if ho same tboro aro districts wbero not a slnglo drop had a muii to bully tho enemy ns much as Aaron blool as the brilliant and daring of ralu has fallen slnco April, l!:A Tbo commenced tho no of Aycr's l'IIl, nnd liurr. Wo can find here, also, tbo he had been bullied he would bo safe." havo not had n hendacho Mnec." W. P. descendants of Lady Godlva, the herolno of smaller tributaries of the river havo en"Uatb's" Emmirer Letter. tirely disappeared, and tho drought thus far Hannah, Gormlcy P. 0., York Co., Out., one of Tennyson's favorito poems. Mingwrites ; "I havo used Aycr'i Pills for tho ling in our streets ovory day may be seen has cost tho settlers somo n,0Jit head of catVariety of l'uctt mid I'lcurr. last thirty years, and can safely say that I men wboo ancestors buttled against each tle lu the upper half of tho Pecos valley Travoling in Ireland is full of surprise. a continuous drought of ten months Is not havo ncVcr found their equal as ncathartlc The supposed typical IrUb faco, for exam-pic- , other in tho wars of the Iloes; crossed considered anything nbnormal; but this known to Puncb, Puck, and other words when the English mot tho Scots on year even tho usually redeeming mouth of medicine. I inn never without them In Flodden Field, butched ono another under comic sheets, is so rarely seen that it startles my house." C. D. Moore, Elgin, III., March passed without a drop ot rain, and the on, even if the resemblance is distant and nicknamesinof RourU-Heu- dgrappleand Cavalier no ronei irom me sicy, at least, is not ex writes: "Indigestion, Headache, nnd Loss wrestled a death on many a pected Shlilalahs aro only found in the hands of before February, 1837. The other of Appetite, had to weakened nnd debiliin tourists, and that sparkling wit, readiness gory Held wipedFranco nnd Germany. Rut extromo is probably tho southeast corner of tated my system, that I wns obliged to give time has out all difference and all Alabama, where sixty-eigh- t to dance nnd sing, that gayety and inches a year up work. After being under llio tloctpr's which we enjoy in the pages of look alike aud think alike. Atlanta ConIs nothing unusual. South Aumlia, bow. stitution. caro for two weeks, without getting nuy "Hurry Lorrequer" and "Charles O'Malley" ever, Is a country of much greater extremes. relief, I began taking Aycr's Pills. My are as iutlu met with bore as in tbe Uuitod In tho lowlands of Vonozuala the yearly A .Smart Vonni; Amntour Catchur. States. There is tho utmost variety of face appetite nnd strength returned, and I was supply varies from 150 to 175 inches, whilo Ball players in Pittsburg aro talking on tbe coast of 1 em thoro are districts aud tlgujo, as if overy human race known soon enabled to rcsumo my work, In perto the glouo had left a trace in tbe people. about tue smart young catcher ot an atna- - where ono light shower In twuty-fiv- a years fect health." Beggars aro by no moans comuiou on the teur club, who was remarkable for catching ls considered a fair averagc-- Dr; Felix L. oruluary lino of travel, nnd n brawl, a many batsmen out on foul tips, even when ' Oswald. blow, and a curse have not come to my tbo bat didn't seem to strlko within tbroo or The Generosity of a l.Hiidlonl. kuouledgo iu town or country so far as I four inches of tbo balL An Investigation rilEIMRED 11Y have gone in Muuster. Perhaps I shall revonled that the catcher had a gum band A large land owner in Cheshire has disilnd all threo In Conuau;ht at the fair of attached to his gloro, nnd when be desired charged all bis gamekoepors, and has given Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. a man be would rnfse tbe baud permission to bis tenants to kill any game Tuam. County Cork Cor. New ork to foul outfinger, with one and when the ball paused that may be seen on their farms. Tbo Sold by all Druggists. Times. under tbo bat nileaso it The band would tenants, who are much pleasod, bavo asThe Doctrine of l'ulyjamy, snap against the glove, and all within hear- sured their landlord that they wilt take card Tbe extent to which th vicious doctrines ing would bear a supposed foul tip. Chithat be in never without sport On the of polygamous Mormonlim havo taken hold cago Herald. Hawardoit estate (Gladstone's) this system among1 nativo Americans is shown by tbe was adopted some time ago, only you see a man with his .,c?m in around lhu castIe bKtnS preserved. --tbo park Whenever STANFORD. KY. fact that of wventy-Uv- e persons now unLondoa tho nir you may kaow thero is nothing In Letter dergoing sentence in tbe Utah penitentiary W, P. WALTON, - Proprietor for unlawful cohabitation, fifty-fiv- e are of tuo trout oi his head. tieechor. foreign blrtb, England leading with thirty. t'l'-lYTHAT HACKING CO U Oil can be to inlck)y lr i. with Dyspepsia and LIt- BlieofBtige, 20x50, Eight complete ret n 8n flro, Scotlaud following witb ten, with I I ery. Seating capacity, intludliv enllerr, ii I I ill'! il i viiiMr is Kuaranteed to We xnsrsatce it. M.L. cure-- l by Salbih's Cur. Swodon and Ireland credited for two each. U. Sourne, riU-- t t b' to ckx1 sttr&cttoai. nr )u Bourne. Fraak,Lalia'a, j s at Naples, the tnsnufacturo of Greek aatlquos. This U not a craft of deception, but "it ropes and genuine imitation, carried on ,openly and above board on tha quays of Naples. M. de Calonue, tba describe tbe work as little lose Those old vases and than marvelous. water jars ot Herculanoum and Capua wore imitated witb tbe utmost perfection ot Ingenuity. Tbe design and tho coloring Is The complete in lu arcbolo vralseinblanoe. figures are cut lu black against a dark-re- d ground, and of tnein 1L de Calonno says: MIn any museum I should havo taken these modern potteries for vases of Cnpua of Herculaneum." But tbo psychological curiosity of this work is that tbe artist firmly believes him-Bt.a descendant of the Hellenic races and endowed with their instinct. Perhaps ho was a Theosophlst, and believed ho bad been a son of Hellas in a prcvioui incarnation. Tho corroipondent givei souio portions of on interview witb tbls artist, ot which tbo following is an extract; "Why should it hi otherwise!'' he asked. ' Is tho genius of tho ancients dead! Art vre r.ot the descendant of our fothersi Why should we not be able to do as well ul they." -iiut antiquity," I remarked, "glvos a historic value to olJ voes. They ato tho witnesses of an epoch and of a civilization they reveal to us tbe manners, the customs, tbe religion of an era." "A mere matter of curiosity, having no really serious result! Tho art that is nil that wo should conUier, tbe work that is nliwosboull examine. If tho work isbcau-tifuwhat matter whether it bo ancient or moJornf I havo never told a vase ot mlno as a product of antiquity. To thoso who buy them 1 say; ULeynro modern; it is ) who niado them.' Do I bide myself in order to manufacture them I See for yourselfmy shop is opoi; the public can watch me at work any Laiy can come in. And in ordor that my vases may bo recoguliod sozno day, and accorded tbo rank that they tnent, 1 havo stamped them witb a special mark. Seel hero it is." tho artist In an ornamental frlo7e-worpointed out to me tho almost imperceptible tlguro of a fiery horse. "It is the symbol of Parthcnope'' the ancient Greek name fat Naples, bo said. "Some day my work will be sought after: my vases will bo called tba vases r Naples, and tbey will be given n place opart, and thy will bo ranked higher than the antique, becauM tbey are moro beautiful" . . T -1.. .1. i t10Jfceu nt iuo man Wm luuiaisuuicuw , Ia annmn.1 Ti ma trt hflFn b.w..M civ fAAf ., .... rffrvn .ww. v wwM.wu hish, mid his hoad looked grand as the grand iue of tho Parthenon. Assuredly 1 saw bolo.u me n descendant of Phidias, or at all eteuts o. l'raxito.et This rcunvction uf antique art is a new and curious industry, and many ot the designs that appear so archaic are original with tbo artist. Cor. Paris Figaro. lt l, 1 a. .1--t Artist Knilowad with tlio In., atltict or the Hellenic Jtacea. A correspondent wrltos of a singular wait, And, kneeling with tbe eld, reHmnbered grace, With lips to dust will sy i "O life, grow desolate! 0DTtj .OflRMirclalCilliee' .ij. i!"TS.'.uri-i:.:ii;rM. IftClttdlaff W mtXtmtmt . of 1. XlBlOB, Lumir. AJ. J mr sfat KnteM KMK-sesMt- n T.thet 0 fond.true heart! sol" (Dut thon I shall O heart that lovod mo .KKS&'SJsWsV. ciKsltrs fcUrtM W. K. SMITH. n1, Msiacto HfiMim IU!liw,wuMTyiwww''-pllltlt. M empuyctl. rwj tna l?i.. - Win Summer Tours. Pftlo Staamers. Low Rates. Settrsta DETR0IT,.M0KINA0 ISLAND Srtrr WeeifBsj2 Berweea DETROITAND CLEVELAND trpUl Sunday Tlfps ilttrtng July and A trust. OUR JUtss and Xxatirtlon Tlakets will be furnUhed C. 0. WHITCOMB, atn'l Pats. Agent. Detroit A Cleveland Steim Nav. Co DETROIT, MICH. FOI MACKINAC- - not know). When through tho stillness ot tho warm, sweet air call, Shall pulse tho music of tbo spring's gted thrown part of my blanket over a chunk to make a plllcr; tho chunk was gold, solid goldl Thettdgo I'd como over was gold, solid gold. On Mother side ot tho valley was mountains ot gold rltin' up an' glitter-Iin the sunshine. One high mountain bad suow on tbe top, but was gold up to the snow. Fellers, that mountain looked llko a plcter. I'd Just began to think my bacon eatln' days was over, wbsn threo men camo up to me, two young men an ono olo JuJgln' from their actions I man. couldn't uudarstaud their talk the young fellers wanted to kill me, but tbo olo chap persuaded 'era not ter. Tboy all had gold buttons on their clothes cm' heeltaps an' tnpsoles of gold. Tbo man was smokln' a gold plpo, with a long gold stem. Tboy blin'folded mo nn' lod me nway." Tbe narrator stopped aud seem;d to bo retros pectin?. "Well, did tboy lead you far!" ho was n' Gold, sir" Gold ovorywhoro! I'd Your lips will call: "0 days so fair, so fairl Poor, faithful heart that you should loso them all, And I should learn at lost to nood. you so!" (Dut ah! I shall not know!) sweet yesterday! wo walk In bit to nun apart And ytit though youth and hopos aro gono O Iovol To-da- O loss! 0 fair, I! POWD 0'; trt HP DB. W. B. PENNY, (jtnnfordi - DENTIST, - IConttiolcy. SBBBllllllllltSBw asassr rj SHIRT, Miuu to okozn iit Ky. . res Trips set .Week ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS t7roarTakslAcent,orsddxess y 1 "Was they loug about it!" "When I laid down in that gold volley that night, though I say it myself, I was young nn' cool lookin'; my beard was black as a cr6w, an' hall thick as a dog's; but when they left m an' got out of hcarlu', an' I uncoveroU my eyes, my board was gray." "An' your head!" "Like it is now; not a hair on it" "What becamo ot your lino young muloP "Tho old man rodo it on tho trip till it fell dead ot old age." San Francisco Sunday World. Cu asked. "Seems to me I listened to the clink of tbcm tnpsolos an' heels for 0,0 JO miles." 1 Not Yet Kxtlnct. were an oxtlnct rare, but It was generally thought that tho The Madison County Fair will lftn st lllchThlst powder nsTirTsrirs. a murTtlol purity, mod Munition More economical strength nJ wbolrMinoiieM. kinds, nd can not b sold thsn tho Duyw. the multitude of low .short AiiruhC It Creates n Panlo In a Strcot Car nnd cotnpetitoD with phosphate powders. BoMonly in weight slum or Tbo premium Hit Is unusually largo and Mnkc the Conductor Howl. canr, JtoriLBAKino Powdks C. purwa lor both trotting and tunnlug ICC Wall Street, Mew Yoik, A tall, thin man, with a cast In his oyo, ram tach day. Pprlal tralna will U run dally at I.lilng-stolow ratrt from Danville, Htsufurd. going east on Haiti boarded a Uluollne car Parts and all points rrtchtd by tbs K. C. U. more street recently. Ho looked llko a perII. For Catalrgucs apply to son who would not ba surprlsed'lt the world 0. II. CMEXAULT, lVeIJent. would suddenly come to nn on 4 and leave J. P. HEIISDON, Xcrtary. (110 It) him alone lu tbe universe. The seats ot tho car weru fu'l, but nobody was standing. W. It. MILIEU. in lime. Kidney diseases may bo prevented GKOB. CAUI'EKTBIt. Most ot the passongers wero ladles. Toe tall, thin man pulled out bis Waterbury by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparilla. When, watch aud compared it with tin big chronometer near Light street Tho two through tlcblllty, the nctlon of the kidneys i did not agree. Tbe tall man li perverted, these organs rob the blood of to open his Waterbury watch at tbo its needed constituent, albumen, which l open the otter caso, and on rear. Ho prioi passed off lu the urine, while worn out STAMOIID, I.I.C0L!f CO., KY. tho Inner caso be saw tbo ominous Inscripmatter, which they should carry off from tion: remain, lly the Office, South bids Malx Street, orer First Nation"Don't removo tho cap unless you aro a the blood, Is allowed to al Hank. practical watch ropalror." me of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, the kidneys Karini, locluJIna some of tbt finrst illue.Qnu This did not scaro tho thin man a bit. Ho are restored to proper action, nnd AlbuStock Farms la C'ntrsl Kcntucdy. Town Ldta got out bis penknife nnd pried tbo caso oil minuria, or and I'tblsncri, Tliubor and Mineral Lands for ale en roruiuUslon. with the little blade. For further particulars ttm for ritlntcd descripGroat C.tsar! what a revolution thero was tion of this antlon and of iiropertlfi fur sal. In that car. IM.2ot Tho moment tho cap camo oT n steel - away What neoJ of toars and vain regret, swoetheartt Sinco all tbo lovo that thrills my pulsoa so Some day, some day you'll knewi" Adolaido D. Uolstoa in The Currant A WATCH-SPRING'- S BBS) Lsncuter strret, rext door to Ikts bios JocnmL office. Offlca bouts from 8 to 12 A It. and 1 to Br. M. Anesthetics sdmloliUred wlil Office on nretMsry. tlSI-ly- r. Absolutely Pure. Richmond Fair. PLATT'SAPPOLLO ?i DEVASTATION. 10th sVoouIiuuol THE BEST SHIRT IN THE WORLD Be Warned N. SID PJLATT. LculsTllle, timo-ploc- Miller & Carpenter, MYERS HOTEL, STAN2fOHl. KY. H. 1URW3Ii7e, . Propr Thia Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Malntainu its High Hoputitiou, AIIU REAL ESTATE AGENTS E. Bright's Disease a French A Big Offer! To ary prriMi II?. luroP.rietSr Ia Determined thut n HhRll be rfeoond to no Conntrv Hotel in tho State in Its Fare, Appointments-- or Attention to Comfort of tLoir Qneiti, , con-fuso- rnullllrj tbs us UfJ?Sf rhi,brV0VT,d,t0 ..." s to CaramerrUITrareleri. The ml .d ,h ne liar Irsntls of Llisejs sd cholcMl ' " l" I We wilt send Semi-WeBkl- Clir. y Interior Journal OP KENTUCKY incon-testabl- y Ard the New York World one year and HISTORY sffiTllliL 1 1 Oos "iSitiC'UriisH IHS UNITED STATES, In Itailierrtto tree cilt, gilt, roailaolngU Hn etigrafliwi. It the mvil comrireheutlr work of tbe klud btilory In the ordinary tvsie, It Is condensed newuper file lor M yrart. kVerreerT the ilht to withdraw tbla cOVr without notice, to remit at ouc.; W. P. WALTON, atanloul, Ky. Is lJouie." Prevented 8hortest and Quickest Ronto from of MO ugMAnd LipreM raid. tanl tralEentncVto all Pointa North, Last, West and Boathwest. Kait Line llatvevn 1 Li:xisGTO. A CI.OIAAAT). Kcbdule In Effect Msy 18, IMS. cnvo-dwel.'e- s, ATER'S L. &N. THE UKKAT- - SOCTH.BlCrD, uTf- - fo.o, r.x finn.1 ho. S "KoTir Ially !Ex. gut 4 &l!!?g VOlhUns.... ho !! lliu 10 10 18 pra 31 p in 40 n ia 3 00 II pu arsapa m Louisville & Nashville R. R. THROUGH TRUNK LINL 10 TIIK Arr Wlnrhtttrr Lyt. I'arlL.... "'mmii..w,.lj .. ju p u, II " Arr, ftinlorj Lanrailrr .. i 4 0ni 10 M pu tit ,,n P w il M t. a P b I I7pu pra 111 IQ asp rn 6 IS put 10 n u 5 OT p tu 8 00pm v Lie ltlehuionJ.. l'rM 3 bo S MtlHtQD... Wpul... 8 pra SOUTH & WEST vrun Moain-liouK- No. Ko. II ! No I Pullman Palace Sleepers. Loiiltsvllle Lto. !Jtiitton " lleres Arr. lllchtbond Ltb. llowlanj ... . . IHW 7 ?0 8 II 8 00 a ta 10 21 Kin . m !.... 1 Atlanta, (o IVitBhrillts 91CUIlllHt Montgomery, Molillu and 'vtr OrleuiiN. Only one change to points In litUlu Koch, Arr. Itlchraond.. II 00 a ci Ltb. Itlebtnond .... I 10 p im 6 0 a to Arr. Winchester.,. f 3 10 p rn 7 00 an Arr 1'aris.. a 30 pm 8 CO a in I.rs. Lexington ... 1 4S p nil 7 3.S in Lto Paris ....... 8 30 i U S 3v a m " ('rntblana.... " Falmouth 4 47 p uillOOU Arr. CoTlngton .. .. 8 00 P mil SO a in ia I I " Itnctutcr ., ami am; 3 4lpm 3 40 pm 4 17 8 18 pm A 43 rm pu Globe-Democr- SUGAR r. CATHARTIC MAYHVII.M: IIKANCM. . KOOTII-HOUW- Arkansas and Texan. EMIGRANTS rlerklng hornet on the Una of tbla road will reciV special rates. VSee Agcnta of this Company lor ratfs,routi Ac, or write C. I'. A I MORE, O I', AT. A, !xiuikTllli, Ky Dally Dally Kx. Hun, Kx. but. 7 38 ib 8 15 s ta 8 40 a to U 01 a in 48 id 10 80 a in l, Voir 3 00 4 38 u m 8 30 p A Lto Otrlncton. " Lnxlnton i,.J Ctllil... 'linrori ii i Pari 'Mlllershurit ...... 't. . ! 0 OS p to 6 C p m 7 40pja U pm ptr u i i CURE Tim NiOTii-ltoSEMI-WEEHL- "" ' SoTtYl Ko7Sr Hx. bun 8 Dslly Y Kx. Uun 13 Daily 1,t ' " Johnano " Crll.l Maysrllle.. .. .Mlllersburc Arr Pari' ,'! " Kn .... , .'.'. ; j Interior Journal BrA-NJfOn- slly Ictxwn WIu .turns. I'mln, 3nil 4 . tlilstrr. Ixlniilou and Ci.vU.tv all; other tralci sruilally rxcrpt 8unday. abetter with uiireironn Chiwpake,s. rllonsaro mado A'ttvV Asnuiid. Ohio In. Mi ... Hnnirnvirift rt...i Jiv. "" VUWIHHBT, IV, .. va.Lia'i'Js 'rnclt. In. une; Nos. 3 and run tI ter .. Holla Trains, with Pullman aimplng Wti beVSv s "Dl1 "icbuiond i snu 'cbWv and ...u"." ttinhlBKlor, O, o. -- LMt. 1 8J p in 2 Jap in a mi 2 fo pm 8 Ida m S 15 pm 0 M a iu 0 10 p M II 80a in B 00 pm f 7 7 4f, 87 a iu H iu Mb m Mpw yiN "' . KY. saarvaa eomran,;1',raM,UU,,' "" a un s. "T W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. Is pulillslicd H. K. UUNfflWw. ......., ill llotll uuici'j, t i JtecHrerLeX'DSt0U K' erery Tuesday and Krldsy at tbs low price of uinnxlon, Ky. TWO DOIXAKH PJBIC YAK. . ! i. iHV. IK-ft-- .i r reck-lesitne- ss aroB I' Noatly nnd Choaply Esocutod, work LL CLASSES- i ' ! . his r.j... tfil I : r. i, w .i UI 'wU. M-- .t-l r". I , r ' ?? . ..." ' . H. iiniiio. t "! (I hi. nr J. I &ye&& Pills9 Orniid Combination THE INTERIOR -- For isle by Dr. M.L. 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