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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886081301 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. Stems t VOL. Wil "ill W tv fFI ss "I yt yu- -. titefiof lnuftud NO. 150. DANHLLE, BOYLE COUN1X al xiv, MOUNTAIN MELODY -- AT STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1886. How Rusticators Rertl and RoHic at Roman tie Rock Cattle. To the Editor of the Inturlor Jouroil. A summer resort without a romantic rivMr. Jilden'B Mantle to Fall Upon Gov. Hill A New York dispatnh from a good pull'-icsource says. "It is the prevailing opin ion here that Governor Hill will be the in heritor of the political fortune of the Samuel J. Tilden. It is known that Mr Titden had much regard for the G ivi rn r, and friqnently gavo him the benefi if lis lon,r political experience on occasion when the Oovernnr, being in doubt, needed a good adviser. List year, for irstarce, the Governor wai disposed, it is nid, to veto the bill for the Niagara Park, but, actieg upon tho advice of Mr. Tilden, finally sign ed it. Oov. Hill, now that Tilden, Say mour, and Kelly are dead and Daniel Man ning is practically on the retired list, ia the only man in the democratic pirlj in this s State to day who has shown that he leader of the qualities of a political the first order Mr. Tilden's death, however, with that of Vice Picaident Henpoo-cue- Vubllahcil Tucattnu nnd Frttlnw a XI3Il A.NNUMt OAHH. t understood If we credit thetU.M will be ud demanded. W. P. WALTON. Pay of Congressmen. When a member dies hi pT ceases on (he day of bis uesth. The salary of the nuccertor commence the iUt aftrr the de ceiee of the former uumber, thouuh the election tnay notocnur for scleral months. Tne new wembjr, Id other word, draw pay for time he neeer reifed. A number is allowed -- 0 erne mileage each way, or 10 centi a mlie one way, and he can check fir the full amount of bath trip when he takes his seat, lie It nUow. Ti e most of $12fi a year for a'atlonery this sum is pocketed. The members draw their money in differ. cut ways. There are at lenit 20 member of the present Home wno lei their salaries run into neat egK. Among them are Scott and Ererhart, of Pennsylvania Powell, of s; Illinois; lloutelle, cf Malm; Henly, of Jot.o, S.ewart and Keshan, of of Ohic; Stone, of MassachuWaluflsld, of Minnesota. Scoll setts, and has over a year's salary owing him about menlloned $0,000. The older member hire from $1,000 to JII.000 to their credit. There are a couple of dcten of member who always orerdraw, or rather, borrow from the head of the bank. They borrow or Bt in advance sunn ranging from $10 to $300, atd at the end cf the month they hare nothing. Thegrott ineprily of the coming to them member draw all that of cacti month, particularly those at the end who have tneir families with them. Some of them nerereee an ouiide bank, but let their monthly Hilary remain and draw It out inema'l tuini, O.her take out their salarlea and plaoe them In other bank. Hat thli in not done r.s inuci at formerly. n A number of them got caught in the Bank that broke some time ago Most of the member do all their finan. cul business orer tin counter of the Cot k'rtwslonal bank and aoine of them pile up checks a high m $00,000 lo a tingle ae is in. -- Washington Hatchet. Call-fornl1 Mid-dle'.o- er to afford the pleasure of boating, swimming, wading, tiebing; or a place of summer loitering without mountains and ravines and forcs's and great, tnossy rocks and bibbling brooks and cool springs, song birds and kino bells and charming walks with quiet nooks, where mysterious whispers voice the glance from eyes that speak; where the shades creep over a landscape of charming rcslfulucn and bright stars laugh and grow in the rnolt atmosphere; n summer reort without there things may stilt soma fellow, but old Rock Cistle with all Its varied attraction, the aforementioned included, is good enough for me. From the nwakeninz concert by the quintette band to the list reverberation of the footfall of a belated retlrer, there is a a continual round of amusement. Tho attractions induce even the invalid to exercise and roy health aud sound aleep follows. The a pavillion large, airy and smooth, with a really fine orcber-t- r, now draws the entlro household Into its darzling precincts, whero tho witchery of grsce and elegance of costume and intoxicating melody of motion fill tho hours from 6 to 11 with pleasure. The dimly lighted btlcony, chiracterletic of all well arranged resorts, is here too. Indeed Hock Castle has an extended bill of attractions and she "plays all that's on the bill." The crowd numbers nearly 150 and the inequality of sex is no longer a barrier to the enjoyment of all. Several very interesting heart af faiis ire in progress of adjustment, including a young journalist and a petite beauty from the FllsCit;;a bachelor bmi'tcr and a tall blonde from neighboring, cilin; a di- nmond-creste- d hole! clerk and a .belle of two Hjson, frjm Louisville; a journalist and a Jffroiivilla darling of exquisite grace and beau1;; a bold bachelor from Uoyleand a rose of the mossy mountains. Last night a brilliantly-beautif- ul blonde from the Golden Qite city came quietly upon the scenes of mHrrlment, and hearts that are enct'ed in adamant grow melting-l- y warm when she pasiei Among the late arrivals are two bride, Mrs D:. E. For. man, of Richmond, and Mr, VanJyke, of Shelby ville. Large parties are looked for during the coming week. ball-room, A. F. Hundley sold ihl OfLOOAK COUNrY.laaCandMUe wek to a or the office orSupertntsodsnl of Pulille Instruction, subliet from B wllng Gft.'n his fine I hare one rejlatsrd bull and one to the Democratlo State Contention. (rolling gelding for $300. sod aewal good yearlings, entitled lo a Me'-- r. A. JO. FETjAXD, Wir,fiM nnd Win. Scitt will rtgliter.forsalechesp. u 8Unford, Ky. remain wild D S. II utnsn, whu lately bought out tin. estahlihed linn-- o of J. M. I offtr foraili prlrately my Hackney & Co AND IM-li- ItTOTIGE. H. K. TAYLOR, Mill Toy Sale! 5 m,,M ,rom . B. HARMS, Ag't The Singer Sewing Machine Company Wm. Doering & Go.'s Mowers, Bindniw pleaaanily located in Dr Cowan's ers and Reapers, tliH Hlor room opposite ihe Clemen' II .tle. Mr Ctrl weigh', the jiwt-lsrKentucky. occu. Crab Orchard, , IXOUIt ?iu?ijlA,T' GRIST MIMs, on the Dan. Dlnt0? tarlJP,,; It la a very Taxable piece of Property and can be had at a bargain by, addressing me at ones at Stanford. Ky. Dl. '""" 31 US. C. X. Fi.bvn. plii" of Uf wl.Klnwd lU-t- Cleveland's dricks, makes President chances of a renomtnatlon the brighter. That, at any rate, eeoms to be the beet opinion her. There is scarcely a doubt that there was not the fullest sympathy between the President and Mr. Tilden. The former on several occasions disregarded the mest earnest advice and recommendations of Mr. Tilden. When tho eecret history of the appointment of Collector Hcdden.is written, as it is sure to bo sooner or later it will bo known how bitter was the cht-grl- n of Mr. Tilden over the appointment, sgalnst which he protested in the strongest terms." A Demand for iomtn. The demand in the Northwest for women i only exceeded by the demand for rain-Oa- t in Wagon Wheel, Idaho, recently a couple of old mild were cilled to attend dying brother. Tne brother died, but be fore the girl ciuld get away the whole male population w, after them, including the mayor, jurftfee of the peace and other tnotablw. Kxcitement ran high, and bid were lix to one on the mayor et al. In ix days after their arrival the battle was oer and the girl both engaged. The mayor "trapping young had been cut out In were tet and miner of 30 In order that proper the mother ol for, eclat might be glen Tho mother arrived In dueeion and at once sallel Into the girl fjr their diwpect to their late broth er and their Immoderate haute. She declared the marrlazea nil and announced her In tention of taklni her daughter home with mm meeting wai called her. In and the mayor vai appointed a committee to wall ou the mother and persuade bcr to reonitder the former motion. Like all good mayor, Chicago' included, thl gen. tleoikn waited upn the irarte mother. He cilled her atitntlon to the great need of Vacon Wheel and In the name of patriot-isimplored her not to inflict such n crush-in- g blow on the hopoi of the town. Tho mother was obdilMto, and declared that she would not depart without her daughter On this hint the mayor spoke. He at once proposed a compromise. Tho mother need n it deptrl nt all. She wn fair, fat and Sa waa he. They would pool their . pauee-And they did. The three women now concocting excuses by which all are their be'n'ed female friends and relatives in the Ewt cm be brought to Wagon Who! -- Chicago Mall. m fifty-odd Hurrah vm KentuckyI -- The follow, jug with a ing item, ncompanled by was received from orn cob stopper in it Kentucky tbii morning: "Our ploui and proper brethren of Ver mont uny lift their hands in holy I'nrrur every time they hear of n blood spilling bee in Kentucky, but if they will biU at the last Internal revenue statement from Commissioner Miller they will discover that Kentucky contributes 500 times as much cash toward the maintenance cf the peace and dignity ol the nation as Vermont does, and has a right to raUe 500 times as as that State does. Djn't you much think so, Mr. Elitoi?" Liter: We have sanipUd the jug. Hur Rentuckyl We can wlpo the rah ground up with anything that walks on Whoopet!-- L Washtwo lee In Vermont. ington ClitIn h1 fr Youug Msn-- Ii it true, Doctor, that - smoking clgmttei lend to soiten the brain? Physicial -- There is a belief to that eflcct but with nil our lushed modern scientific appliances it can never be verified. Youna Man -- Why, DoctoiV Phw.lnian Because nobody with brains evor smote" Ibeni Dr. James P. Kimball, the director of 1:43 Buggy & Implement House. the mint, has completed his report en the An cnlerJainment given by Mies EmGraduates In three different c6uhoj, arranged production of gold and silver in the United ma W. Wclscgar Tuesday night to Miss to ault the mental tastes and capacities of pupils. I bato now State during 18S5. The production of Lettie McDonald, of Atlanta, Ga., was at For Cataloguo apply to ALEX, ti. VAXTOX, President. gold is estimated at $31,S00,000; ol eilvcr, tended by about 12 iutimato friends of the A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills nnd calculated nt tho coining rate in silver dol- parties. Tho favors were very handsome othor Agricultural Implements, Colorado still retains and tasteful in design nnd the entertain-men- t lars, at $ol,G00,000. Bcsldoi a E the foremoat rank as the largest producer one of the pleasantest affairs of the fall Line ol Baggies and Wagons of the precious metals, California retaining eeaton. second position. In Montana the produc Mr. D T. Fackler is quite sick at the Always on hand. In connection with my ImKciHtickj'a Home East plement business, I will also carry a lion has increased from $0,000,000 in 1SS4 home of his uncle, Col. J. T. luckier. Mrs. JOB Washington, Philadelphia and to nearly $13,500,000 in 1835, nnd iu Idaho Fannie Talbott and her son Brent, of Complete Stock of Lumber, Now York. from $3 970,000 in 18S3 to $5 300.000 in 8barpburg, are visiting Mro. Talbott'a Both rough and dressed. Prices on erorythlng aa Tho only lice running 18S5 Neyada, Utah, New Mexico, and father, Col. Barbee, and other relatives. Low ax any one. PULLMAN JfKW SLEEPING OARS Dakota still hold their own, while the pro- Mies Rose Kenney on Tuesday evening en1ND I solicit a share of your patronage, Itesptctfully, duction of Arizona has slightly decreased. tertained the following named friends at SOLID The coinage at tho mints consisted of 47,-6- 4 tea: Mr. and Mr. W. S. Lyle, Miss NelI. 31. BRUCE. FROM 1,521 pieces, of the face value of lie Lyie, Mr. John Ilaggin, of Fayette Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. Of this amount $27,773,012 county; Misi Lettie ShackleforJ, Mies Ma-rto Washington Oity, DunWp, Dr. Fayetto Dunlap. Mrs. Sanof gold coin and $23,922,170 of silver Connecting In the same depot with coin. The number of silver dollars coined derson and little daughter, of Nashville, Fast Trains for Now York. The Direct Route to was 23,097,707. The director estimates the are visiting Mrs. G. W. Bibb The Mexican complication is asauming n FROM WHENCE Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia amount of gold coin in the United States and North Carolina Points. warlike aspect. The demand of Mr. Bay. Bobby, a precious youth of six summers No Traveler Itetnriis Nick ! For tickets and further information, annlv to ard for the release of Culling is in the na- on Jan. 1, 1SS0, at 533,4S5,433; cf silver had been indulging in profanity, your nearest ticket office or address W. W.Monand in orIn these tlgct tlmas each burer should consult roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. ture of an ultimatum, and unless it is com dollars, $218,259,701; subsidiary silver, der to ecape the punifhment for you Why which hie his own lntcresta.artlclo shouldyeu glreooe mer- W. C. WICK II AM, $75 031 lll;or a total stock of coin of $520 -can buy the when II. W, FCLI.EB, chant M)c for an plied with war will be inevitable. A peace2d Vice President, mother had made preparations, he crawled same thing from another lor 10c. To do this Is not Gen'I Pass'r Ag't. 779.325 Hlcbinund Virgin!. ful solution of the matter would certainly yourself or family. under a barn and remained there in r state Justice tonext plsce, you should baaure to get good In the retlt if the matter were In tho hands of A story from France describes a very of siege for the greater p art of an afternoon. articles. Poor good, are deir at any price. Noso than In Medicines. You President Diaz and the Central Govern-nmen- t, singular experience of a young woman in When his father returned at night and where la this more 50c an ! ounce (or saw dust aa fo r might aa well pay While she was walking in a learned how matters but it appears that Chihuahua, that country. Inert medicines. stood he made his ol MedBourne has lust received his large stock Concert Grand, one of the northern States of Mexico, thnnder storm, under the shelter of an umway with much difficulty under the barn icines of all kinds. Every article fresh from the manufacturers. He now baa tha nicest and cheap, Parlor Grand, is acting independent of Diaz, and the locnl brella, she experienced a sudden strange in search of the boy. "Hello, pa," said est selection of fancy goods, show case articles, Ac, Baby Grand, authorities of that State are determined to sensation which fitted bcr with apprehen- Bobby, cheerfully, as his elre approached, do. The celebrated Lamsre'a Spectacles and eye brands of mixed glassta a specialty. The Upright Grand, punish the adventurer who appeals for pro- sion, but was seemingly without other re- "you been swearing, too?" every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, paints tewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' Square Grand. tection to the American fl tg. If war result, sult. It was only on reaching her home, ol lamps, Dr. George II. Perrin, of Cynthiana, vot goods, chromos. fiamta, thousandbrushes, bvks the We are opening the most carefully (elected, tbo America will not find tho easy job of 1310 half an hour afterward, and on removing articles for all kinds, stationery, a aunts and the smartest ba- finest and txil stock of her hat, that every bit of hair on her head ed Isat Monday his 70th annual democrat- dear grandmas, tnallcn at d Mexico has a numerous army of ll y In the business-a- ll ic vote. His first vote was cast in 1816, soldiers who have a contempt for full to the floor, and that she learned that PI.4XOS ASfD OltGAXS Dr. M. L. Bourne's New Druir Store, Stanford, Ky. in since which time he has voted the demo death, and whose wants are easily supplied sho had been touched by a thunder-bol- t Ever brought to this city very lostiument Is theprldsof an artist anJ prices range from 10 to in that clime. Disz Is a most accomplished a most delicate nnd remarkablo manner. cratic ticket straight. In 1SG2, though a 25 percent, lower tnan otner dralern a'k lor tha General and is credited with military gen- Her bead was shaved as cleanly, the stoty strong Episcopalian, be declined to pray aatne goods. Persons ol uimlcal in art culture sn Invited toan Inspection of ihnheauti'ul, says, as though the work has been perform- or the l'rei dent of the Ualted States in ius. '1 lie principal drawback to the Mexiretlncd tone and artist deslgusot thtso celebrated Instruments: can Government is a lack of money, but ed with a razor. As soon as the young the regular service of his church. He is a Tho she is in a position to make a much more woman learned what had happened to her man of honest convictions and firm deter Kuabe, tho Fa mons Decker Son, the Popular Evvigorous defenee of her territory than when she was prostrated by cerrous shock, and ruination. Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner, wife and erett and tho licliublo New I' uglntid IS WARKANTED to euro Fever and Scott planted the Amerioan flag upon the the physician who attended her gave It as Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Pianos, of the "Orbattlements of her capital. America his opinion that she would not recover for baby will attend the That Fever, Dumb Ague, Ulllous Fever, Fevor), Liver The Celebrated Olough and Warren and phan Bntadu" at Cynthiana, on the 18th would be victorious there is no doubt, but several week. Dencuo (or "Urenk-bono- " Complaint, and all diseases arising from inst. at an immense outlay of blotul and treasure. the John Church & Co. Organs. It Is vest- - Important that stubble land Malarial polsoni. -L- ouiaville Times. for seeding with wheat should be Bucken's Arnica Salve Please communicate nilh us for catalogues, terms "Harpers, S. C, July D, 18S4- - and prices. Tho licit Salro In the world lor Cuts. Urultoi There is a suburban youngster who is plowed ns early as possible. Only tbuscan "For eighteen viontlis suf-H. It. aj l. t UiHi, Sjwilal Ag'ts. Chapped evidently intended by nature for a lawyer, the soil ba made compact enough to insure Soros, Salt Rheum, Fever Soros, Totter,Eruptions, Manforu, Ky, crecl xvith Chills and Fever, Hands, ChtlbUlns, Coma and all Skin Or UOSE U. RICH AUD, if nature can be said ever to have intended a good seed bed. B;sldes, on the newly aud positively turea Plies, or no pay required. I, having Chills every other day. References- - A R. IVnnv, Mrs K. M. CarpenM Philips, n man to be n lawyer, lis has two prayers plowed land the rains that come soak into Is guaranteed to giro pcrfoct.eatlifactlon, or money After trying various remedies ter, J. M. nr ; Mrs. J. Meg.i.Muom aud Jaiuts Hax-leStan t rjb that he sitys nt night sometimes the one the soil, while on stubble they run off and refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For aale by recommended to cure, used a ard; (Jen. W J Landrail, and IIoIilss Mine. OrchHuffMlts man, I.ancnHr Ky 13Myr leave the seed bed dry and hnrd when the Penny A McAUiter. and sometimes the other Oao Is the dear lotllo of dyer's Ague Cure, and What Can Be Done ? one, i uy me," ana the other a time for seeding arrives An early plowed have never since had a chill. Hy trying again nd keeping up courago rcany prayer that the boy calls "The Good Shep- stubble bus nearly as many advantages for EDWIN EAEPFE." things eemlnjly Impossible may ba attained. herd." The other night his older sis'.er, killing weeds a most summer fallows rnF.p.inED by Hundreds of bopoleu oases of KUncy and Llrcr who was putting him to bed, improved the to Complaint bnTO been cured by Electric Bitters, Pr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Mr. Tilden was not wholly ayer-occation by giving him a Utile lecture on matrimony. According to the New York alter everything elso had been tried tn vain. So Sold by all Druggists. don't tblak thoro la no euro tot you, but try Electho omnipresence and omnicciuuee of thu ,1nif and Eiprm ho twice proposed mar- tric Hitters. There la no mcdlolne so safe, ao puro Creator. "Mamie," said he, nfter awhile, riage to Miss Leila Morse, daughter of the and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters "does God known every thing that we are late Prof. S. F. B Morse, but the young will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Disoasea of going to do before w do ii?" 'Yes, John- lady was not willing, though her family the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach ny " "Does He know that I am going to urged tho match, and subsequently mar-rio- d snd Llror, and orercome all Urinary Difficulties. Large Bottlea only SO ccnta a Lottla at fenny &. MISSISSIPPI H say "Now I lay me?' " "Yes, Johnny." Mr. Fraoz Rummell, the pianist. That McAllater. iHs Well, oiVl going to say it I'm going Mr. Tilden bore no malice was shown by Excitement in Texas. lo say 'The Good Shepherd 1'" the fact that he sent a check for $1 000 aa Great excitement baa been cauicd In the vlclul The direct through lino and old established route from ty of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable recovery of The policeman at the door of the church his wedding present. Mr. J. K. Corley, who was so helpless he could not Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis olferrd Mrs. Cleveland an umbrella, under and all points in the West. An Oolo widow owned a large gravel turn in bid, or ralsahls bead; overybody said he which she might nMy reach her carriago bank which a certain railroad company wasdylng of Consumption, A trial bottle ol Dr. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louiaville to St. Loula. t blm, Finding re Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati through the rain, The average womnn, was very anxious to secure. Several pro- King's New Discovery to 6t, Loula. under tho clrcumitances, would have so positions wore made and rejected, and the He!, he bought a largo bottle and a box of Dr Only lO lunnti Trout t,Louiaville and Cincinnati King's New Life I'llla, and by the ttmo he bad Louis. to cepteil t.ie nmbrella with grateful, President finally sent his private secretary taken two boxes of Pills nnd two boxes ol the DisTho Only Lino by whioh you can ''lhank you," and carried it overlierelf lo down with instructions to offer up to $14,-00- 0 covery he was well and had gained In llesh got a Through Slooping Car pounds. Trial bottlea ol thla Great Discovthe carriage; but Mrs, Cleveland isn't an Tne young man returned after a cou- ery for Consumption free at Penny A Jlc Ulsters. From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. average woman Instead of merely acceptple of days and, when aeked how the busl. ing the umbrella, she accepted the true and Positire Cure for Piles. mKn --a OG IVI. Istheonly lino running nes had turned out, replied: "I will acJLJQ6 J. or tarough from Louisville JH, Zvbv4Hb1y To the peopled this county we would say that gallant blue coat as well, took his arm a if la tWTFBBPrfars ft, 3i jal BE "Exactly. I and Cincinnati loS'. L'uls, alt other routes being cept your offer." "You?" wo have been given the Agincy of Dr. Marcblal'a aade up of a combination of small roads. he hsd been a Minister Plenipotentiary married the widow and own the bank " Italian Pile Olatment emphatically guaranteed and Envoy Extraordinary, and went with Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial largest city on record is to cure or money refunded Internal, Externa, Tho Probably the blepln Cars on nUut trains; Luxuriant Parhim to her oarriage. Of course the police Blind Blooding or Itching Piles. Prlco SOc a bnx. lor Cara ou day trains: Klegant Day Coachman to day is in a state of dolirioua com Henderson, N. C It was intended to ex- For aale by Penny AMcAUstcr, Druggists, es on all trains. Direct anl close concectlonsare madetn ONION plimenteduess which totally unS's him for tend the limlis one thousand yards in each Wives and Mothers. Daughters, DEl'OTH with dlvergtug lines by be O. A M. duty, but he will recoyer with carefnl direction from the depot, but the printer Railway, thus uv.ildlng trobleamie trans- We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlst's 77ft? Bucket Pumb & Water ins ty otnir routes. read one thousand miles, and made tho bill Washiugton Critic. nursing. Female Itemedy, t cure Female Dis Ohio A Mlvlsalppi Railway is the only lln bill passed the Legislature without the eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and The the bolwoen uiuisvuiv, i.tniiouisst ana at. bouu Is an lmproTinent oo any I'jiop or K "Young man," said a stern old professor yet Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or hearing under one mtnarment, running all Its error being noticed Inveutui Th cups descending tull if tranr inr trains throufb solid and In coneequence felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Changed down to a student who had been charged with tending full t.f whim, circulates tho mr mil First-Clalx- in Rout Is recognised to topufi rt-or well, reiuuvng wlulea, kissing one of his daughters "young man, The latest crez since the extremely hut Llfo.Leucborrhces, besides many weaknesses spring lwen tti.j Cities ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, ispi-nAdiiIi to ticket Aitta a ut ouumctlmr line lor water burft, and rendering (h wain- pun, r uinv-lo- g all color, lud HMo or smell don't get into that habit, You'll God that weatner ei in w u;ii."n TM I'jiim has Nervous Debility, full particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars an Improved ehalt.: in. Hum n an Weakness, Sleeplessness, i ......i. j kissing is like eating soup with a fork." etrf water. The sohetno fs to cosx the Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drug- - or any desired Information, or write to suif issuiurrai pTuiarenuy, and ln eal .it link. num. it. luiuinit, a nai piece ot jaivanlaid Iron la itd. Lu not gOnerhnttle. Sai to fir ' B.- - f!h out of the river with a UUCKet Ol Witter , Pats. Ag't O. A M. H'y. Somerset. Ky, "How so, sir," aiked the student. Trav. pri..i .nfli purebss a pump until yru see tbl, . fl.SHATrUC. . W. M PE.lFOtY. -- M i ii Vry nii'iitillr. me cause, " ouswereu .i. eiurn oiu professor and then catch them before tbey set bick. j Bi Marchial, Utlra, V. V., for pamphlet, free. leu. Pui. Ag't, I'rui. and tien'i Mjn'if, Forialohr Penny A McAUster. Drugrlsts. W. II. JUIUG iSH. Ouelnuutl, O. Danville (III ) Coiriueiclal. "you can't get enough of it." 115-2112-trr Wm. Djnesn, h colored boy, neisting Pres Soelby, the barber, was arrested Wednesday en a bench warrant from Garrard county chnrging him with unlawful shooting. Ht gave bond nnd was released. -- Col. B. C. Nxhole, reprcaentinc the Pe Kong Tea Cj, of Louisville, was in town Tuesday and Wednesday, leaving Wednca. day night for Stanford. Dick says his af. fectionj are about evenly divided between Danville and Stacfjrd. Mr. Jerry Klncaid, of Fayette, a for mer citizen of Boylo county, is in town. Ker. J. G. Venablo and wife (oeo Miee Sue Hsnn), are visiting the family of M. Robert Hann. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Gilllspio, of La Fayette county, Mo,, are visiting frienda here. Still another of narry O'Fallon' colts has distinguished himself. Falconor, now owned by Col. Churchill, of Louisville, won a sweepjlake at Saratoga Tuesday, defeating Petticoat, Minnie, Bsasie. Vinton, Ueile, I'ate and Cuban Queer; 1 mile, time, Sale of Storehouse Store-Hons- & Lot. NEWCOMB MOTEI. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and n Hotel la still Its fln, reputation Charges reasonable. Special attention to the tripling public. main-talnl63-6- As Administrator with tho wilt annexed of T. T. DarleM, dee'd, I oOVr fir aale privately the o St., 137-tf and Lot on Laocaster Stanford, Ky., JI. V. XEn'COMIi, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Now occuplod by Sllsa Suwade Beizley. J. It. 1'A.XTOX, Adm'r. XC&! 1 MILLBRSBURGr ICE! ICE I stlnford wl" Female College! This popular school, after a year of unparalled cess under suc122-tf delIffll,SSJS7 Accountadueat the closeof each month, or when rustomir quits. One Cent Per Pound. REV. C. POPE, President, A5D it.F..nAnnow. STANFORD, Lady raiacirir,, Again offers Itself lor public patronage. With increased lacllltlcs, an enlarged Faculty and an elevated course of study, It affords unusual opportunities for the education of your daughters. Bnd lor Catalogue to BEV. C. POPE, 139.2m Miller iburg. Ky. MACE BUL'CE'd MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART, Stanford Female College, KY. The Next Session Opens September 1. Noted for Health, Comfort, Home dare. Good Discipline, well Qaalifiod and Efficient Teachers, Thorough Training and wide scope of Instruction, A TRAIN $56,-920,81- con-dote- d y PIANOS bt well-drille- Ague Cure I AYER'S cul'I-rate- d, TVorld-renowit- ed ed .. icst-offl- y, I io; O. & M. I was-aen- thlr-ty-a- lx 7r rurmer ss lot-to- rn al - I u 1 Col, Cfiampe Carter. Thirty persons were killed in one day Tax New York Sun prints a table to Died, at Franklin, Rebertson county, show that the appropriations to defray the by the Belfast rioters. Milton Burch has been appointed post- Texas, August 2, l&SO.Col. Champe Carter, expenses of the government have increated son of Champe Carter, Sr., formerly a citia percentage of master at Georgetown, Ky. $110,718,802 ia tea years, August 13, 1888 71.8. It considers this an nlarmlcg state of Stanford, KyM Wra. Speaker, engineer, was killed by zen of this county and for two terms clerk things or the democracy, if democratic the explosion of engine 009 in the Lexing- of our county court. Tho subject of this sketch was a grandson of Judge Thomas government is to continue to represent the ton yards, Wednesday. W. P. WALTON. The boiler of a threshing machine en Montgomery and a nephew of the latoThos. demand for honest government, economical fs government, safe guardhnship of tho treas gine exploded near Jeffarsoo, Wl'-- i killing B. Montgomery, both of whom live! and DEMOOBATIO TICKET. dry doors. The republicans havo done fivo persons and fatally scalding two others, died in this county and were buried in the ForCoDtrtM, . The primary election to select a demo- Old Buffalo Spring Cemetery. He was worse than this, In tho past; that is no reason why the democrats should not bo ex cratic candidate for Congrejs in the Second born in Amherst county, Virginia, April JAMES B. McGREAltY, pected to do better than this, in the future district .of Kentucky will be held Saturday, 20, IS 10, whence his father moved to this OfMadlion. county in October, 1817, anil was reared In The election of representatives ii the Fif- September IS. Dr. Frank Hamilton, the noted New Stanford, attending the Seminary in his tieth Congress will occur three months Death stalking abroad In the land seems hencu, For the beet interests of the country York surgeon, who was ons of President youth. In 1859 his father moved to Texas especially to lore the shining marks of the settling at Mllford, Ellis county leaving a majority of democrats should be returned Garfield's nhrsiclans, died in New York ! democracy. The nation has repeatedly 9 him a student in Centre College, whero ho to carry on the work that is the traditional Wednesday, aged 73, been called on to mourn her distinguished At Huntaville, Mo., a father and son remained until he graduated in June, 1801. policy of the democratio party, and only eons in thejssi few months and now Ken. Like most of the chlyalrous youth of Kenthose democrats should be sent bace to were out at night guarding their tucky is bowed down at the death of one of Congress who can be depended upon to and mistaking ono another for thieve, tucky, he was an ardent Breckinridge demher greatest, bast nnd purest citizen, whose check tho present tendency toward the both were filled with buck-sho- t. ocrat, and his graduating speech reflecting life was for years intimately associated with Thomas Hobbs and son, who murder- strongly his political impulses was supof republican extra vagauce the public afliinj cY the country. Hon. and these should be elected under re- ed two men Saturday near Birdaeye, Ind., pressed by bis uncle, Dr. Liwls W. Green, John W. Stevenson, honored often and newed pledges of fidelity to the principles were captured by n posse who lynched at that time President of Centre College. greatly during his lif--, but never beyond them and riddled their bodies with bul- Running the gauntlet of the Federal Hoops, of genuine reform. hia deserts, died suddenly at hia home in lets. he escaped and joined his family In Tex He had The President appointed Matthews, of Covindon Tuesday mornine. Alfred Packer, the human ghoul who Subsequently he joined the 15th Texas Inbeen attending a church meeting at Sowan-ee- , Albany, a colored man, to be Register of killed and devoured five of his companions fantry and served in Arkansas, Indian TerTenn., and being taken 111 was brought Deeds for the District of Columbia, and a out in Colorado, will spend the next forty ritory and Liuisians, part of the time with IN AIIEN DANCE. home, though nothing eorious was antici- republican Senate unanimously refused to years In a penitentiary, If he lives that Polignac's Brigade. Was seriously woundpated. He was born in Virginia in 1812 confirm the appointment. But the body long.l Arthur H. Hardy, of Lsbanon, was ed at the bloody battle ot Fordoche, La., in and came of the beet steck in that old State had hardly left Its seats before Mr. CleveSept- - 1863, from which he never fully reso long distinguished for her gentle people. land him, whereupon Mat- married to Florence Carces, a notorious covered sufficiently to servo In the field and scarlet womon of Jefferson ville, Ind., alter Hia father, Daniel Btnvenson, was a Con- thews congratulates the country "upon a was assigned to duty on Gen. McGruder's but a short gressman for many years, during which he conditions of things, under our present ad- being acquainted with her staff in Texas. At the end of the war he settime. and after- ministration, which secures the political was speaker for several terms, Congressman Lewis Beach, of the 15th tled in Robertson county, Texas, where be wards served the country as minister to freedom and practical equality of all men, New York: district, is dead. Mr. Beach practiced law, chiefly aa a land lawyer, In England under President Tyler. The ion and insists upon the right of free Ameri was serving hia third term in the House, which he made great proficiency, being graduated with high honors at the Univer can citizins. regardless ot color, creed or and dnrinc the session just closed made considered good authority on land titles. sity of Virginia and shortly after attaining nationality, and of whatever political be some reputation. He married about 15 years ago Miss his majority, came to Kentudy, where lief, to participate in the honor and share The deadlock which has existed in Victoria Randolph, by whom he had six place." The be began at once a large and lucrative law in the emoluments of publio the Democratic Congressional nominating children. The eldest, a son, Randolph, Of tho BcHt MakcH. practice. His first public service was aa a colored man and brother will learn after convention at Charleston, Mo., for a week, died in infancy. There remain five daughmember of the State Legislature, which while that the democrats are their only was broken Tuesday on the 641st ballot, by ters. The eldest is 14 and the youngest 3 position he held for several terms. He trjie friends. The republicans care for the nomination of James C. Walker. yearr; viz: Montie, Randolph, Pattle, Rob-b- ib to ald;their white members in took a part In the convention that framed them only The Tennessee democracr in convenand Jennie. our present Stale Constitution and in 1852 getting Into the offices. tion assembled endorsed the administration Col. Carter leaves a large circle of relwas elided to Congress, in which he servIt will be a shame if the United States of President Cleveland. Six gentlemen atives, scattered from Virginia to Texas, ed till the outbreak of the war, when he is Involved in war with Mexico on account were put in nomination for governor with and on the Pacific coast, and many old retired from public life. In several na- of the imprisonment of the worthless fellow, Robert L. Taylor leading at last reports. comrades and friends to mourn his loss. tional conventions he represented hia State Cutting, who seems to have brought on the An election has been ordered in Ander-eo- n How deeply all will feel his loss who know CHEAPEST AND I1EST and in that at Charleston in 1860 was & trouble for the notoriety it gives him. He county for August 14th, for the county him, is best attested by the eloquent tribprominent figure. Elected Lieutenant has been fined $600 and sentenced to hard to vote on the proposition to take $100,000 ute of the leading paper of his county, Governor in 1867, he succeeded eoon after- labor for a year for libel, which it is claim worth of stock in tho proposed Louisville which declared that after 20 year' resiwards, by the death of Governor Helm, to ed was committed within the United States. Southern railroad, and things are red-ho- t dence in Robertson county, Texas, coverthe governorship, and in the following year Secretary Bayard has demanded his sur- down there. ing the reconstruction period, that "he had waa elected for the unexpired term by the The will of Mr. Tilden provides no enemies none knew him but to love render to the Federal government and unlargest majority ever given in thia State of ices the demand Is complied with, we must handsomely for all his relatives, for the eshim." large democratic majorities. Subsequently go to war. The prospect is fine for the tablishment of a free libraries at New LonRichmond.-T- he total amount of claims he was U. S. Senator for a term and in the youngsters who never experienced the don, fonkers and New York and for other For tho Kerry Heaven. Congress of the country was recognized as public benefits. The estate is valued at allowed against the county this year Is hardships of conflict, but those who got An adjourned meeting of the constitutional lawyer and a states an able $17,16647. even a smell of the late war do not take $10,000,000. man. He presided oyer the national con cheerfully to trying another. Congressman Charles T. O'Ferr&l, of court of claims was held this week and the vention in 1876 and then and often since Virginia, found 24G republicans holding of couuty levy was placed at ten cents on the The average advertising agent is a fraud fice in his diitrict when the present admin- $100, the railroad tax at ten cents ou the his name has been prominently mentioned for the Presidency. He has been In retire and a swindler, who finally breaks all to istration came in. He went to work at $100 and the head tax at $2. This is a rement for several years, enjoying the oociety pieces after he has gouged the innocent once and in 00 days all but 4 of their places duction from last year of 14 cents on the JOKr. IVATKR.S. M.C'.IVEARES. of his friends and the comforts of a fortune publishers to his heart's content. We do were occupied by democrats. $100 and $1 per capita. The salary of the estimated at a million of dollars. While not notcharge that Elwin Alden & Bro., who A dispatch from Fiemingtburg eayc snperintendent of schools was fixed at $600, poetising the ability of tho statesman of haye just "busted up" at Cincinnati, are David Brown, a wealthy farmer living near He received $000 last year. Jackson Milthe firat.cl&ea, he was nevertheless a man of that tort of people, but we are glad that for Sapp, that county, was robbed of $16,000 in lion died at his rrsidence at the fair fine intellect ond one who played well his a long time we have done business with government bonds, $35 in currency and SI,-00- 0 grounds yesterday morning, at'k3 o'clock, of plan them strictly on the part in public affairs. in negotiable notes. Entrance was ef- typhoid fever. For two weeks hie life had And to the unsophisticated publisher we fected into his house at night. hung as in a balance, and even to the Ink1 Another truce has been patched up in would say it is the best plan to work with Sti-eet"Rowan, which let us hope will bo more Hundreds of families are homeless in hopes were entertained that be might ultiBy his death Madison binding than the first. Finding that his all advertising agents. Wisconsin by reason of the great forest mately recover, to Water A Kane?. chances for convicting Craig Tolliver and In addition to its being a cold year for fires, which for nearly 100 miles are raging loses one of the noblest and most generous At the recent Cook Humphreye, leaders cf tho factions Stanford lawyers it is llkowiee a friged sea along the line of the Wisconsin Central hearted of her young men. county U the juries obtainable, acting son for the ladies who aspired to be school railroad. The loss by the destruction of election he hud been there, with 0 Commonwealth's Attorney Caruth has superintendents. Not one of the many who tho village of Spencer amounts to $300,-00- superintendent of schools without opposiI? o -1 tion, a position he had filled for ono term agreed with those rascals that if they will were candidates in various counties of the o Black, com- in an eminently satisfactory .manner. ' He rM It is rumored that Gen. leave the country never to return, except State were elected, not even the distinwill resign, as thb re- was a true man nnd a christian gentleman. a to attend the burial of a near relative, he guished Misa Moddrell, of Pulaski, who missioner of pensions, sult of a disagreement with Secretary La B A few days ago Jam&j Vernon rind MUs a will file the indictments away against them was voted for for Congress at the Somerset (9 o mar, and will be eent as minister to Aus- Lizz! Gafney, accompanied by Pter to be rainstated only on their failure to convention. u Glick, of Kansas, snd Green and Misa Martha Vernon, came tria. O keep the contract. Both havo signed paWhen it comes to the pinch the . repub- Gen. Daniel E. Sickles, of New York, are to Richmond for the purpose of getpers to that (fleet and have promised to ofmentioned to succeed him. ting married. They had previously obsWiwsmiaVj leave, the ono for Texas and tho other for licans won't support a colored man for fice; In Christian county this has just Information has just reached London tained a martiaje license from the Garrard Missouri, In a few days. Judge Cole has Lytic Ntore-RooiVnnAixltUe linlldlng, opp. Inferior Journal approved of the compromiees and it is been demonstrated by the defeat of EJ of the killing of William Stuart at Harlan county clerk, all of them hailing from that ollleo and 2d door below National Rank. Glass, an intelligent colored man and the court-bousHarlan county, on Saturday. county. Unfortunately for them, before thought that with the absence of those outrepublican nominee for jailer, notwith- He was ehot by Frank Clem with n pistol haying the knot tie! they wandered off and Lusk'a Cnlifomia Cannod Goods, Bananai. Lemons, big lino Sugars and laws, who have done bo mush to bring the shot- - got Coffees, Cream Flour, Uacon, Lard, Hams, Etc. drunk on local option whiskey, when name of llowan county and Kentucky into standing the rest of the ticket was elected while walking along the street with a by good majorities. It Is ever thus, on his shoulder, and instantly killed. they immediately wanted to kill somebody. cun disrepute, peace will return and law and WATERS A WEAKEN. will Mcdonald waters, miumn. lock-up- , killing was the result of an old grudge order again become supreme. It is a sad The President has promptly re appoint- The Six weeks ago Robert Drakely,of Bal They were soon lodged in the however, and given 10 days in jail each condition of afltlra when (he law has to ed all the poatmaters whom tbeSjnate fall-etimore, aged 10, married Mrs. Warwick, of and fined $25 for carrr ing concealed weapmake terms with those who havo broken it, to confirm. This contiunes their official but remembering tho farcical trials in that life till Dcembir, when their caes can re- Woodbury, Conn., who was 20 years his ons and put to work on tbo rock pile. Sub county and the prospect of a failure of jus- ceive attention. The same plan will be senior. Before the honeymoon was over scquently Jim made his escape but the Herald, tice in further attempts, we suspect that followed, with a few exceptions, in the case there were rumors of disigreements, and marriage has not occurred yet. Tuesday night Drakely shot his wife thro' Mr. Ciruth did the best thing he could un- of other nominations that lapsed. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. tho heart and himself accidentally through der the circumstances. Crab OncuAiiD, Ky., Auk.- 9tb, 1880. DKALXat IK- If Mr. Caruth or somebody else would the band and foot. No bitter evidence of the good standing get Zickary Taylor Young to go west with M. Squire, commisiioner of pub- Dear Bir. Many are enquiring of me thro' Rolin Drugs, Books, Stationery and of Judge Barbour at home could be adduc Tolliver and Humphreys, he would be en- lic works in New York City, and Maurice the mails in regard to licence on pistols, Fancy Articles. &s', and whether the law pasted or not. In ed than that shown bj the vote of tho-titled to a chromo. Young is from all ac- B. Flynn, professional politician, have been who know him bet. At New Castle, where counts about as dangerous a man to have indicted for irregularities connected with roply to all of whom I will say the law Ph jilcl BQt1 rKrl11oni accural lj compound. he lives, there wera only three votes cast around as either of them, if he is county at- the administration of the office held by the pased and is to be found in Article V, Sic-tioAlto m. againBt him, and one of them wai By himtorney. mIn tM)mh mitmijm.tf it of the new revenue bill. Too law first mentioned. They were released on takes effect the 15th of September, 188G; afself. In a total vote of 2.000 in Henry, the bonds of $10,000 each, but are likely to NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ter that time the license to tell pistols oi Judge's county, Mr. Yerkes only received join Jaehne in Sing Sing. Col. Victor H. Glass is dead at Georgebowie-knlr- es is $50. Application must be The LargeBt Stook of Watches, Olooks, 250, while in the neighboring county of Newman, who succeeds H. M. W. town. Jowelrj and Silverware made to the county clerk for the license. Trimble Yerkes only received 26 in a total General James has Hoxie as Vice President and General ManParties desiring information in rrgard to Erer bought to this markpt i'rlrw Lowor than of 1,642 Carroll, Odium and Shelby did joined the prohibitionists. ager of the Missouri Pacific railroad systhe LowMt. WaU.br, Clock and Jewelry Iio-any public act passed at the last ses;ion almost as well for him and it begins to palreJ on ihoit notlco nd Warranted. Twenty-eig- ht shares of Northern Bank tem, is a Kentuckian, who left Metcalf will please address me through the Interilook now br if the next Superior Judge for Btock county twenty years ago without a dollar sold at Lexington at 3130.40. W or Journal and I can answer all at once. this district will go in by over 20,000 maMrs. Julia D GranthaB received $630,-00- 0 In his purte and went into the world to Keiptfully, Fost Fox Bobditt. jority. oyster, and he appears to have from the sale of her hueband'd mem-moi- open the Times. gotten into whero it lives Eiqht of the nine precincts in Madison Half Fare Excursion. To the Eiterbury is the name of a new county elected republican magistrates' at tj On Tuesday, northwest and southwest. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT, the recent election; a gain of three. Now office in Pulaski, i. is between & Mis'itsippi Aug. 17th agents of the Ohio Lancaster. Bun. and Woodstock. is tho time to subscribe.-Winche- ster railway and connecting lines will sell While our usually prompt scribe, Ser- round trip land explorers tickets to points Frank Cobb, an old and deaf colored Yes, but you failed to say that politics Is never considered in the election of such of mau,v.asrun over by a K. C. train at geant W. T. Burdett is serving hia coun- in Kintai, Nebraska, Mtnceiota, Dakota, W1.JU JLJLJL. J WJi VVI I J yfiy 1fityJ v VV Richmond and killed. try by eating up State rations at Crab Or Texas and other western States at half fare ficers. It Is oftencr the case that the quesMrs. Max Leon, a wealthy lady of Cin- chard, we are forced to draw on Brother tion is "who will take the office?" than that (one fare for round trip ) This is one of cinnati, choked to death by a chicken bone Hughes' jNVifJ, an advance copy of which the beet opportunities you will over have a contest occurs for it. lodging in her throat. bo kindly sent us by Will Foster yester- to visit the west. For rates and full The official returns elect Carr, republiIt is estimated at the Poatcflice Depart- day, Alcorn's majority in this county is call on O. & M. agents and agents can, judge in the Seventh district by a ma- ment that the deficiency for tho last fiecai 30; Dick Warren's 94; Brown's for county of conufcHni lines or write to C. W. Pahs, republijority of four votess, making fivo year will bo "about $7,000,000. attorney 56; Robinson for sheriff 77; Roth-we- ll Central Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. can judgea elected this year, Sam Tilden Whaley, a for jailer 307. The democratic ticket Leslie, the man beaten by Carr, claims that boy, was choked to death at Paris by a Under the new law assessors will comA concert for the was elected throughout. he can prove that a sufficient number of plum seed lodging in his throat. benefit of the Presbyterian church, will bo mence work on the 15th of September each Tennessee "niggers" voted to more than Thero is a rumor that Hon. George V. given ut the Optra Ilouie on the evening of year, and close by too 15th of December change the balance in his favor and a conInstead of receiving a compensation of 15 Triplet!, of Daviess county, will be a can- tho 17th, followed by an "JJithetic Tea." test is contemplated. didate for Congress in the 21 district. The colored psople of Upper .Garrard, will cents per liet, tiny receive 1 per cent, on Daniel Magone, ens of Mr. Tilden's hold a fair in Gideon Rothwell's woods, the first million dollars tbey aeness, and 1 Mr. Tji.deji showed his respect and conThe b naming old and trusted lieutenants, has been ap- near Lowell, August 27th and 2S:h. Mr. percent, on each additional million, fidence in Mr Henry Watterson Elghtoon Professors and Instructors.- Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneering.Glasslcal, Normal School, John Bigelow nnd Manton Mar- pointed collector of the Port of New York. and Mre. John II. Woodcock and son, Wil- nssmor ia rt rj'lired to swear each person him with Prof. Foster, of Iowa, predicts that one lie, Mrs. M. 8. Walter ond Mrs. W. 8 Mil he'nKflfMes and new blanks show thnt there ble trustees, to whom he committed his Miiuary i actios, uommerciai and Preparatory courses of Study. city rrsidence snd library for the benefit of of the greatest storms of 1886 will begin on ler went on the Old Point excursion. The ore 00 different questions to be 'naked nnd i r I Ul-UNION .Now York City. Therealdence is valued Monday, Aug. 10, and continue until Fri-ih- Teachers' Institute will, be held August answered acd equally as many blankH to fan term lf(;ln HCpt. Htll, X880. For CntnlotlO nn.l ofticr Information be filled. Addresi JAMRH IC. PATl'URBON, XH. Aug. 27. ., T.cxIiiKton, I.TcntncUy. at S1.00Q.COO nnd the library at $100,000 24' nnd thn 4 days following. Sil-!IKttHlSteior3onnal 'l. li "wAlff!!t GROCER, v m MAIN & SOMERSET STS., Staiifoi-cl- Ky. bee-hive- s, yf FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS MM BLADES & BBIER SCYTHES FLAVORING EXTRACTS! A SEVERAL GRADES OP SUGAR Tli Best Goods at the Lowest Prices WATERS&WEAREN Main GROCERS, , "Stanford. (8ufn 0. t n, d - fB?i -- M'Aiista PHARMACISTS, Aa fc JEWELERS. n rs. wi, Wall Paper, "9 vlvL n par-ticula- Cases, Caskets, Robes, lP& ld Fullfand Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as the lowest. B. OTKARESI,?, Stanford. I. d CTATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY wuh 7, rruimtt; KttlVtU I Ph Pr Miss Bailie Thurmond and W. F. McClary RELIBIOUS. Bix building Ids for mio between ttin were appointed a committee with Captain ford and Itswiand. II. J. Darst Dr. L, II. BlantoD, of Central Univerthe I am dally receiving my line of Ml. sity, will fill Mr. Moffttt'a- pulpit next 8oo-da- y Gaines to arrange the program for Captain In discussiog Grammar 11 at 11 o'clock, Stanford, Ky., August 13, 1888 goods and would be glad to havq yoti Gaines thought that it was better to teach " and examine. II. 0. Ropley. Eld. F.B. Grlpplce, the clcqaeet a child how to speak correctly than to lecturer from Indiana, will address H. O. WALTON, - Business Manager. All persons havlog claims against the the cltlEsns of Stanford and vicinity to- chuck his head full ofrulei, &2. Messrs. estate of T. T, Diviest, deo'd., are request night, Saturday and Sunday night, at 7 r. Penny, McClary, Hughes and Pulllam ed to present them to ne properly verged joined In the discussion. Miss Brown en AM. LOCAL TIME CURD. I. h , at the Christian church on the subject terttlned the body with an interesting talk immediately. J. B. Paxton, adm'r. of Prohibition. 1 M r. u. followed hr tho conductor, Mall train folngNorth Wo answer many Inquiries when we on physiology, Ii not much danger of a famine There ' Bouth is r. m. who spoke of the beneficial results to be 1 2S Ai . Kzpretilraln" Boutu In this land of milk and honer, for brtMea state that we have not heard a word from u a is .w. Norn obtained by the use of charts or blackboard ThjOT It CAlcnUUi on standard time. 8oUr a very large wheat crop on hand and the Brother Barnes since his telegram of two drawlngi of ths various puts of the body, promise of an unusually large yloM of weeks ago. He was due at Chicago on the On xt, la toat JO minutes tatter! r"n i special request Captain Gaines spoke on 28. gr . r n corn, Mr. John Bright tells us that he can 8th, hut whether he arrived we have not school discipline. To be firm and positive I0OIX NOTICES. stand in his yard and see farms upon whiek been able to ascertain. i LOUISVILLE, KY., U5 Acres under one roor".is very necessary in the management of )Watciim and Jewelry repaired on iihor over 5,000 barrels of old corn are now item Eld. Joseph B.tliou writes, "As an children and teachers liiuld always posof news you may say that Bradford!-vlll- e XZ3I!rOXX.i ATTUACTIOWS. votlce and warranted by Penny A McAlIs held. sess both, bat a great factor in the saccen- - WAXESB riLLAOE.rilOF. in WARPS XATVItAt. UlSTOliY COLLECTION, THE ART QtlXKO district voted local option last Mou-da- y er. -- 0lng to the illneii of J. Continued. ful onduct of a school Is love. Love for OF OETTl'JSDURQ.DAXROSCIT Buy the Haw Hor Remedy, the oripi' ORCUESTSA.CAPrA'S EAXD. four to one; 202 for, 62 against. This K, McClary, one of his attorney, the ctfrd the scholar should be cultivated by the aal and only Genuine, from Penny AMcAl-IsteREWORKS, nnd ovor Ono Thousand OTHER NEW FEATURES, is pretty good, considering the whisky inJ. Logan Bigmsn, charged with the tuur tetcherand the pupil will soon reciproA coMM.rrE stock of Jewolry, latent drr of youru Hfgginbotliam 24 year ago, terest had the support of four distillers and cate the affection. Mr. Bogle fully endorsstyle. Hockford watches a specialty. Pen. was cootinued st Mt. V.rnon till the 20th dealers." ed this idea and spoke rerj elrquently on ay A McAllster. dv of October next, when it will bo heard the management by love. LAND, STOCK AND CROP before Judge Offtlry as special judge, Col. When the exercises were opened WednesPERSONAL. MEHCIIAXT TA1XOR. Fon Sale.-S- OO being on No. 1 breeding ewes. day, Mies Sallie Thurmond was appointed of the Morrow, judge-elec- t, Mns A. A. MoKlNNEY has gooo to counsel f r the defense. A. T. Nuunelley. secretary in tho absence of Mr. Pulliam Crab Orchard. Wheat is selling in Chicago at 75 j with and she filled tbe position very acceptably. 1 UiTe received y negro boy accus-e- September at nd still retelling Edmdnd Lillard, the his one to visit Mrs. II C Rui-le75. From her notes w gather that mental arof robbing B)b Whitley, another citizen relatives in Byle. Pore-br- ed yearling Southdown bucks ithmetic was the first subject discussed. It Mrs J. R. At.ronD ii very low from a of African 'scent, confessed that he got $3.50 for sale by F. Rtid, Stanford, Ky. 4'.. was opened by Mr. Hughes, followed by fiom his packet while he slept and he was acstroke of pmlvs!s A. T.Nunnelley sold to Thos. R:bin-so- n Mrs Tarrant, who gave the benefit of her , Couprlitog tbe boit In tbe mtrkst, which xlll t Eld. V, L Williams has been very cordingly sent on to the circuit court for 20 and to Jeff Jones 75 135 lb. hogs at successful method of teaching it. Captain 111 at the Mls-e- s trial. He is a trifling rascal and once or Peyton's. deGotten Up in Style and Mako Sooond to None in City or Country. 4 cents. Gaines and Mt. Bogle also joined in the Mns. J. B. UcrrMAK, of Lexln.lon, Is twice lately has been caught stealing. A Fon Bale. A first-cla- ss yoke of work bate. Primary reading was discussed by ring and several other articles stolen from Give Me n Trial. vlsltlnjt friends in this vicinity. cattle. Apply to R. E. Barrow, or Master- - Ciptain Gaines, who also made some in of our young people some young men's room were found on A LAiiOK number Peyton. structive remarks on school organization. him and he will likely be punished for that son will bo to Crab Orchard tonight. George Thomson, of Ciintonville, sold The next topic was history and it was rery Misa Belle Root has returned from after he serves bis term for the first named to Well A Co., of Cincinnati, 80 head of ably discussed by Messrs. Thompson, Penoflense. a two weeks' stay in the country. fat cattle at $1.50 per cwt. ny, Mrs. Limber t, Mrs. Tarrant and Capt. A very nice little crowd Ij attending Mrs. 0. F, AsnyoM, of Peoria, III , TH03. METCALF Wearen A Menefee are paying C5 cents Gaines. Tbe latter endorsed Mr. Penny's JOHN B. FOSTEB. is visiting ber brother, Mr. G. B. Bar- - Hale'rf Well now, enjsying its health giv- for wheat and have 0 purchased about idea in reference to tbe four divisions of ing waters and the excellent bill of fare Dttt. bushels at that price. history and advieel the use of the topic Misses Bri.tr Cook and Lou Docker, that mine host, A, L. 8poonamore, and hie For 8ale. Eight yearling thorough- plan of historical events. Miss Buchanan of Ilustonillle, are vlsltlnic Miss Lutla excellent wife, presents for their discuss bred Siuthdown bucks and 7 back lambs. opened the discussion of Geography in Bsller. ion and delectation, At the small rates J. E. Carson, Crab Orchard, Ky. some entertaining remarks followed by Mns Mattib Pajctox has none to that ho charges it is aj wonder to us how he Charles L. Cecil, Esq., bought of Capt. Gaines at the close of whose address visit Mrs. Hannah Bcott, to Jesesmlne gets his money back, for the water Rives Frank Raley 16 bead of mules the Institute adjourned till to morrow. county. one such an appetite that even an ordinary at $105 per head. Practical arithmetic and long division Lebanon Standard. ol eater at home feels like getting away with Misses Nannie and Ora Btaoq, The Latonia Fair begins August 24th and compound and simple proportion were or broiled Harrodoburir, have been the guests of Miis the whols of tbe nicely-frieand lasts till the 2Sth. Tbe secretary, Mr. discussed at length yesterday. Mr. Hughes chicken that is set before him. Tbe place Riso Richards. E. C. Hopper ha our thanks for a compli- opened the dlscusion on common fractions, Mifs Betsey Pkkmikotum, of (Stanford, has undergone much improvement since mentary. ANDwhich was participated in by Messrs. Mcr Tuesday's laityear and Is better kept than ever beIs at the Htandlford Hotel. Sixteen valuable race horses were in Clary, Gaines and others. Mrs. Tarrant, fore. It is a mighty nice place to go for Courier Journal. X-ostantly killed or burned to death on the by special request, adJressed the body on v Miss 8ue Bnyder, of Louisville, was rest and health and especially desirable for Omaha fair grounds by the stables being tbe benefits to be derived from properly orthe gueot of Miss lma Hays on her return those who have not a great deal to spend struck by lightning. ganized county teachers' associations,wbicb for such enjoyment. from Rock Catle Hprlns. Badger & nenry, the new millers of was heartily endorsed by the conductor Mns P. W. Looah and family, of Foiled. Jamea Fox, a prisoner from Mt Sterling, have purchased thirty thou- and superintendent. She also gave an ex Knoxville, have been visiting at Mrs. J. Owsley county, who Is awaiting an appeal sand bushels of wheat at prices ranging ample of how she would conduct and teach II. Hocker's for a week. on a sentence for life, and Jamea Gray, from 65 to 70 oents per buehal. an advanced retding clars. Dn and Mrs. W. B Penny sro Tleil charged with murder in Clay county, near The Brown Bros., of S:ott. sold toS. H In the afternoon in'prest and analysis log Rsv. and Mrs. R, B. Mahony at Metlts ly succeeded in making their escspe from Riley, Jr., of Owen county, G7 Southdown were discussed with much beneficial ro o ml and taking in the Fair. from an Interchange of view us to the Jala Tuesday night. With saws and files ob bucks and ewo for $450. Mr. Riley sold Mns. S. C Thdeiieakt, of Millers-burp- , All of our Sugir was bought btforo the advance and can be to!d at the ume aid price. Our ttined from those prisoners who are work- to Divld Brown 2 jennets, 2 jennet colt best mode of teaching them and Mlsi Mary Helm, of Kllzibetb ing out fines, they succeeded in taking out and a 2 year.old mule for $450. Capt. Gaines gives complete satisfaction town, sro siiests at Mr. S B. Mvers. ClifTShropshlre and Howard Carulhera as a conductor. a bar of their cell and reaching the prisonMrs. Ballie VanArsdale, of ES Mrs. Tarrant, one of the most accomer's walk. They then broke one of the locks sold on Monday 70 hea I of fat cattlo to and her niece, the lovable and of tbe door leading to the corridor, but Kralz, for Lehmnn A Co., Baltimore, at 4 plished teachers in the country, favored accomplished MIm Btllie VanArsdale, are Tsi a.. . ocould do nothing with the other and in that cents per ponnd. They wcu!d average 1,. the Institute frequently from her well filled .. VSPI ...,. nur sioif will, bixs fir thit tin. Inc.. ,v.j tin W(kv tiavs VAJiAnt- l- icuiiiu uuc-ui-ii u.ir icvcuii, baA .l VanApdalo and wife. visiting Mr. B r " "."' stcre-hou- se ji. .;: UVUKUb IIUU1 ur.Lu.nii.arifi rmiufi . ...i uit Kaard O of knowledge. i,pr ha. i..VrVii.nt: Vh. Avw m.t ir;..-x:condition morning and Jailer Newlind 525 per head. Lexington Gazalle. . .. JurxiL'WlLl. FlNLEY, who baa been ..i.u ...;......,-.,. .1.1 f ''. Wo. caught them, One had gotten back into Brother Bogle is as proud of his teachers onlr aik you to call in,! examlno goods. John A, Judy last week shipped a car Maying at Reck Castle Spring for a tnonth, his cell, but the other was unable to rqueezc loud of cattlo to New York, and realized as can be, and he has occasion for it. There pasted back to Louisville Wednesday. He through. They tell us that they have been $ 1 00 at home. As he had paid 5 cents for are any number of bright, pretty women editor-in-chiwill succeed CM. Bears as working at the job tit over three weeks and them a short time previously, he lost among them and several men of recognizsd ol the JW the failure of tbelr plans, so ner ac- money by the operation. E. C. Browning ability. on a that Mm, II. h bTEOEH led Superintendent Bogle said jocularly yeicomplishment, is tho worst set bsck they bought of J. T. Parrish 19 hogs, weight 125 visit to friends and relatives in Louisville. have ever txerlenced. Demo-crterday that he would issue no certificate to pounds, at 4j cents. Winches'er She was accmptnled by Mister Hsmilton a teacher in the future who did not immeLoutiTllle, who hss been a week at Crab Orchard han been one Forwcod.of The Writing from Abilinr, Tcxse, Mr. E. diately subscribe for the Interior Jourguest nt the Harris House. continual round of gaiety. The young geu II. Csrter says: It is due what is known as nal, if he wai not already a subscriber. Miss Jennie Cosby, of Owrnsboro, tlemen who are playins; soldiers are swimthe agricultural region Central, Eistern, Tbe paper is his official organ and all tbe who hss been spending ome time with ming almost in a sea of roses. Tho amuso Southern and Northern Divisions of this notices and other matters interesting to Mrs. JelT. Hill, near town, lift Tuesday for meats are varied in tho day time and at Empire State, to explain that the dreadful teachers are published in It. Dealers In sll klndsof night Terpsichore is worshipped by n host May wood, to visit relatives there before Frcra the Superintendent. missed of devotees, who find the regular ball room drouth so widely advertired has affected home. She will be greatly north n eatern Texas, which, though of The Teachers' Instituto opened on the by many friend made during her stay here. too small to accommodate them. The extent, embraces a small portion of 10;h inat., under tbe leadership of Capt. J. Amono the guests at Hale's Well now management has therefore thrown open the the population of Texas, being chiefly a T. Gaines, of Louisville. The number in are Mr, and Mrs S. II. Btughman, J. II. Isrgo dining room for their devotions and stock growing people. Ettimatea from the attendance up to Thursday noon has been Misses Nannie, Kittle and even the capacity of that la heavily taxed. Ihughmsn, sn4 othtr portions not seriously a fueled by very regular, but does not embrace near all Bnsle Bnugbnitn, Mr. Henry Baughman Tuesday night a ball in honor of the comdrouth, icdicate an unprecedented crop of the teachers in the count; and unfortunate and wife, and Misses Annie and Alice missioned officers of tho Stato Guard was Mrs, given in it, when the gallant commanding corn and cotton and a fair crop of small ly many of our nest educators are among Biuglimsn, J. E. Bruce, and Mr. and grain, &;. the absent. The seesions have thus far been officer, Col. M. H. Crump, and tbe beautiBrosddus and family, of Etell county. pleasant and profitable. Capt. Gaines is ful Miss Merrill, of Miitsjppi, led the TEACHERS' NST1UTE. LOCAL MATTERS. thoroughly equipped, cool, clear, patient dance. A banquet followed at midnight. Tne Lincoln County Teachers' Institute and instructive. Of course I cannot in a Alt. account! ate now due. Pleae call wcuncsur.y nignt tne uermsn oi tbe sea conteued at tfcc Court House Tuesday hasty note give an intelligible resume of son was given and the Grand Mili morning last and settle Metcalf A Foster and was called to ordsr by the proceedings, nor cau I do more than tary Bill will occur. Goy. Knott has al- I you want a dinner or tea set now is ready arrived and will lend his august Ker. John A. Bogle, County Superintend- express my tense of the valuable aid ren ent, who in a very earnest and able address tiered by Mrs. Tarrant, Misa Thurman, your chance to Ret a bargain at Metcalf A presence to the occseion. Tomorrow he spoke of the great and responsible work of and Messrs. McClary, Mrs Lambert Foster's. will inspect the soldiers and camp and the the teachers, and inroked the blessings of Hughes, Channel), Surber and Penny. It thunder noble little army will be on its pi and qi. God upon them. He Pnrnp.niNO the heavv rain and was then chosen Is to bo regretted that tbe citizens so comstorm of ycterdav morning, it grew so dark Camp will break Monday, but in tbe mean- chairman acd R, L, Pulliam eecretary. pletely Ignore our efforts in the educational 5) that in our well lighted office it was almost time overybodr who can should get a Capt. J. T. Gaines, of Louiafille, was then work. Few or none recognizj by their glimpse of it and taste of the delights of impossible to see to read or write. introduced and on talcing charge as con- preeence the existence of our organization. nil Crab Orchard Springs, -SURItEYS,ductor made a short speech explaining the Some, perhaps, are disponed to ridicule our The trouble between the Pitman Coal otj'Ct of IaBtitutea and dwelling, upon the appearance and peiformance, but generally has, wo learn CARRIAGES. Company and their miners importance of teachers meeting, convers- we meet with polite and friendly inter from Mr. 8. V. Rowltnd, who passed here On the Oih, Mr, Boone Mar'.In and ing witu one another and exchanging riews course. In one particular the citizens of yesterday, been amicably adjusted by ar- Miss Mollis L. Brady were made one flesh upon tbe diflerent branches to be taught, if Stanford could reader us a most valuable bitration. at the residence of Mr. George Martin hey would become thorough maslerB of assistance. Our teachers generally are poorGrain, Wool, Boeilt, Feed, Coal, Lumber, Etc. which is always A Louisville young man shot himself The Richmond Fair, their work. The names of the teachers ly paid, and tbe pay of all is shamefully one of the beet of tho series, hai been liber- through tbe shoulder the other day be- preront were then enrolled. About 10 of delayed. Many are young, entire strangers town, short of funds for expenses ally patronized from this section, the spo-- " cause his mother refused to glvo him 5100 the 02 in the county wrro present and the in the literally unable to meet tbe cost of and are clal train carrying a good crowd dally. To- to enable him to marry. addition to the number since makes tho list attendance. Tbe remedy for this would be Miss Nina Bitchelor, of Louisville, as follows: day is the last chance to visit it. found in a kindly ofltr to entertain these wag married Tuesday to Viscount Adrien Mls Effle Warren, Adair Montgomery, timid strangers for a time and make them A treat is in store for the people of the Arnaud do Folard, in Paris, France. She J, W. Barron, find a home feeling in the midst of their 4 a W. Terry, West End. That accomplished little advo- is well known Mln S. A. Kcton, strange surroundings. Exercises will close hero ss an elocutionist and H. M. Burt, will cate of temperance, Mrs. Lula Nield, Mrs. M.J, Hendricks, C. K, Thompson, an artist. C. F. Thompson, Mlia Florence Richards, lecture on prohibition at Hustonvllle at Mr. Ijsac Trobrldge, aged 73, and Mrs. Mlis Kate M.Hsyei, "The drouth in Texia is so intense that John A. Chsppsll, Siturday, night, and at 11 7:30 to morrow, potatoes are cooked in the ground, and all Charlotte M. Barnett; nearly three score, J. C. McClary, J. P. Cone, Everybody should hear o'clock Scodsy the people hayo to do is to dig and eat Mrs. 8. F. M, Tarrant. obtained license yesterday to mairy, Squire D.vid Gentry, her. them. The workmen carry salt in their It. L. Pulliam, Miss Sue Buchanan, E. B, Caldwell furnished them a certificate pockets and don't havo to go home for dinMiss Jean Buchanan, Daniel R. Gentry, men Harrison Dugger and Jamea that they were old enough to Ky.v Tub Bourbon News. marry. Mrs. Eddlo Coolcy, Miss SalllaE. Thurmond, ner." II for seyeral Adams, who have been in j -r II. B. Marlow, of Jamestown, Russell G. L. Penny, W. K. McClary ,days on the charge of having dealt the county, and Miss Effie Abnee. of Blue 8. W. Wade, tftmicn) N, W. Hughes, Wines. KCW ADTIUTI8EMESTH. Wall Pi.por, Drags, Miss Amaton Hendricks, Xjiquor blow from which Lum Singleton died, were Lick 8prings, were married at tbe home of Mrs. N. M. Lambert, IUHlrtimsMi, lioollM, Cuouilcnls, W. H. Bastln, Stnttonerv, irociici Fnlnlfl, acquitted on their examining trial Wednes- the bride Tuesday morning, Aug. 3, Rev. Miss A. L. Stuart, Mlis Maggie Brown, TolmwoM, RoupN, -Mlis Mollio Montgomery, Ctillerj, Oils, day. There was BCircoly any testimony, Geo. F. Schoolfield, a mute of Danville Miss Dottle Eubanks, JIIsi Matt-Mi- l Fcrfumerj', Bradley, Fire Arm, Xitiinps, connecting them with Deaf and Dumb even circumstantial, E, O. Singleton. Institute, officiating in Garland Singleton, Aecdfoa. M. D. Wall, the crime that still rtinilna a mystery. Onr Jcvf dry, Sllverwnro and Optical (Joofls Department Is In Charge of Col the sign iacguage. Tho contracting parties Miss M. Daro Lowls, AT STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. E, E. Young, fVntclica and Clock'? promptly and In the beat J. B. Wall, Thos. lUclmras, n lio itIU Repair mutes. C. jj. Youdi;, A rain which camo down in torrents arodeaf Miss Lama Aiaini, style. A lady with a daughter to educate preferred Mr. B.C. Hardin, a rising young law- Mlis Sabra Hays. Miss Edith Morgan, fell for half an hour yeiterday and had it yer of Albany and Misa Mollio Johnston, A, A, Surber, Mrs. Aminda Griffin, all gone in the ground, instead of running W. D Dye. the very atlrictlve dnughtor of Mr. Tom J.C. McClary. ofl, it would have been sufficient to fix tho In tho beat methods of teach. The Best of tho fanner. Tho M. Johnston, were married at her home in corn crop in favor Lancaster yesterday, and left immediately lug bpelllng, dipt. Uainea said that his exWaterproof heiiy wind that accompanleJ it blew down ss piwhero a reception will be perience had been that better results were Tha John Church Co. will bavo o nrt-cl- a 'soma trees and fences, but did no great for Montlccllo, Coat. obtained by requiring tho wordd to be writ- ano tuner la Stanford the latter part of August or damage. Lightning struck several times given them by Mr. M. D. Hardin, father of (MUmMsf. nrl w'll KfFD tfia drV III .. .f--.-i wanting tuning done i unci invrn - tbe groom. Ilia brothers, Mark and Will ten, rather thau to be spelled orally. Mrs. the flntof September. Thoie Miss Koso Richards tn town, occo near this office, ulocust plesso leave orders with JJ rt M I ml tit In i. h'oQt icnnln vitkoat tb'1TUs ovrfi tht ntlrsj Lambert had pursued the same practice will '" i hmsi 1 Hra.ad t vffllitst IV 'ror Mlisnih Rimsiy. FatliPietton giisiantee.1, free, and also eiightly damaged Judge Hardin, and Sam Berry, his nephew, were Uiijp mi wisi and idded her testimony to if (flareicr. . , ... (w j... present at the wedding, Illl I 14a,..w I tLPhl'lpa' bourc. Stmi-lUaterior3ontfl3l ss 3K o -- tern-peran- cs ummmmmmm EJ TLE sVaXJTEXJSJRtf 3BS2E08ZT.IJOC 9 f .... ....... .jggriffMrcaf!ra?PWgy.'j t. 1 i -- TJOX-RAT- r. New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, H- a. ivrT:p:r:E- 25,-00- Mole nil & Posier, ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. -- d d JPi'ices a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, Hardware, Embracing very thing,. ri. ..... ...! - -: v" .- METCALF WEiEN & lOSSTJESEft ME1EFEE. a. & iui-me- Favminglmplements and Ma'chin Wim Bislt ffasstagges. Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wag&xs, M'ROBERTS, & Opera House Block, STAGG, Stanford, i2s..i,it ra WANTED MATRON. ('tzar. PIANO TUNING. UoW?& - !EiXiZlXrZSmmu 1 .lhl -- Ciii. WPWdecMM t!mm SM-lttkIn3ntcrior journal WAKE OF THE DATTLE. THIRD - CLASS TICKETS. AN UNSHACKLED FURY. VIVID DESCRIPTION OF A WIND STORM ON THE PRAIRIES. A Hurrlcnne ItmliliiK Over tlio l'lnlni la Sonrcti of Vlctlme 3Ion Suffocating for Air Animal Killed Tha Climax IUaclictt. Wo wero camped on tho open pralrlo, miles from tho nearest range of hills, rvith not a troo or bush In sight as far as tho could range A few rods to tho east was a dry ravine, perbara six feet deep. It was one Of thoso queer freaks of tho pralrlo, lieginnlng nowhere, ending nowhere, and not to lw wen until ono rodo Into It, It crooked nnrt turned liko tho trail of serpent, but ono looking across tho pralrlo saw nothing but a sov-jnt- y j. Night shut down as , soft as a whisper, and tho stars camo out and looked cheerily down en tho faces of tho irvm who rested after a hard day's work. Thero was not wind enough to turn a feather. There was no sign in tlii Iieavons that danger tuenacod. At tho wakeful sentinel folt a gentlo puff of wiud lifting his long hair, and from distant polut tho bark of a coyote was wafted to his cars. Ten minutes later tho grass about mm was bending to a breeze, and tho unsecured flap! of tho tent began to whip. One of tho to make things secure, slcopirs was arou-and Ji was nono too soon. Away off in tho vent una heard a mighty rushing ns tho grass swisWl hi tho wind, ami downs of dark form wst tho tent In the ravine. Tho nnl-n- s . fJ.ufriod il Ilfo of tho prairie had become arousal thk wind rnojt Tnn west. Not in pulls, but with a front like n wall, tho wind came out of tho west, Increasing in xtwmgth every moment. An hour after midnight tho sentinel could no longer stand anlnst it, and tho sleepers had been aroused to hold tho tent in placo by main strength. A quarUrof an hour later it was picked up ns tho human breath blows n feather away. Men shouted nr.d screamed at each other, but Unwind took tho words from tholr lips tnA whirled them away unheard. Blown along liko so man puppets tho band fell into tho ravino for shelter, followed two minutes later by all tho horses. Tho alarmed animals crowded up closo to their human friends, and tlicy all lay down for further security. Tho migbja wero heard rushing nway to tumblo into tho ravino further down, and now and then snddlo or blanket or cooking utensil Hew over tho ravino or fell among tho fugitives. Afar up tho mighty mountains a vial of wrslh had lecn uncorked. Through tho Bloomy canyons down tho awful precipices ." the pine-claslojios rushed a hurrl-tuk- j 11 .nrch of victims. It lea'ied down from mom !n to foot hills with the roar of n angry sou, c ;! it left tho foot hills for tho lorel prairio lent on terrible destruction. Acroi the mventy miles of level it dashed at us with Its fury, and at'--' o'clock no living thing could have faced it. At 3 tho storm-swep- t pralrio kept up a continuous trembling, as if a volcano was about to break forth near us. At I, when daylight broke, the air was chokd with graM torn up by the roots, mid tho roar wns nppoling. Men clung to each oilier and to tho grass, and now and then, as tho roaring .died out for a few seconds, tho frightened horses neighed their terror. When tlie wind blows sixty miles an hour It is a hurricane. It was blowing harder than that to toar up tho strong pralrlo grass out of tho soil. When tho wind blows saventy miles an hour groat trees are uprooted and barns nro LtjiTii down. It was blowing harder than tliat to swoop up nnd carry oil our heavy picks anil axes. More than seventy mora than eighty more than ninety aye, that mighty wrath was dashing over tho prairio at the rate of 100 miles an hour. mlJ-nlff-d -- fiend level. ht Sufferings of tho Confodornto "Wounded Drarrlbeil by an Hyenvltneee. A Federal soldier once laid to me: "I was always orry for your wounded; they never seemed to get any care." The romark wn extreme, but thero wns too much justico in It. There was little mitigation of hardship to our unfortunate armies. We wero fond of calling them Spartans, and they wero but too truly called upon to endure a Spartan system of neglect and privation. Thoy wero always d for. It would have been and posslblo at this time, one would think, to send a courier back to Inform tho town and bespeak what comferts it could for tho approaching woundwh But hero they wore, unannounced, on tho brick pavements, and tho first thing was to find roofs to cover them. Men ran for keys and opened tho long, empty shops and unused rooms, other peoplo got brooms nnd stirred up tho dust of ages; then armies of children began to appear with bundles of hay and straw, taken from anyThcso wero hastily disposed body's stables. of in heaps, and covered with blankets the soldier's own, or else ono begged or borrowed from anywhere. On these improvised beds tho sufferers wero placed, and tho noxt question was of tho projjcr dressing of their A Ko surgeons wore to lx seen. wounds. few men, detailed as nurses, had come, but Our wothey wero incompetent, of course. men set bravely to work and washed away tho blood, or stanched It as well as they could, whero tho jolting of tho long, rough rido had disarranged tho hasty binding dono on tho battlefield. But what did they know of wonnds beyond a cut linger or a boil! Yet they bandaged nnd bathed with a dovotlon that went far to make up for their Inexperiill-fe- INCIDENTS NOTED BY THREE LADY TRAVELERS IN ITALY. p0TA i the Intotlur of a Continental Third Class Rers M KlHiiinlJ ftillara nfl.alitkr Cliynity, ixinioa, x. Tuautimmvibiai viiiik BfehMl H.a.F aa4 CUM MtdaJ orat allottr Cllti WmM-- i iiMaltiM, fet artisaa of HMk.kHalia J i ! SrataalM lallMl. Umfrl HaalanatUaratU. m, la dudinr Tuition, SutlenMT and Board, about Cirrlueo Some Chat of the l'asion Amusing Ilcinarks flood s bq. Mart. iptcUMIn. a Va. HUS,T.TTrl"M and . tf . HUM, kaMr tlaral4 B etrcalui addf cat W. 8. SMITH. ITut. UaUsSa,K. nTtihtnraployeil.CrrllHiiUw4 T.lrar 6r.li - 0r, srTO MACKINAC, Summer Tours. FAU.oa T&u THr per Weak Satweaa Nature und l'rltultlio Politeness. carriages, Ltkoall continental third-clasours wns open from end to end, with bare wooden seats ranged from sldo to sldo. Tho carrlago was divided into two woctlons, with doors at each sido, but an octlvo person (and many of our persons wore active) would easily pass from ono section to another simply by climbing over tho basks of tho seats, which backs wero tho height of a sitting man's shoulders. We sat, as in all European carriages, upon seats face to face, so that our y knees almost touched tho Joan and corduroy knees in front of us. As happened of toner than not, our carrlago wos very sparely filled. Heneo wo threo wero nblo to rldo with faces toward tho power nnd to havo our wliolo scvon-maof scat to ourselves. Although our tralu was "omnibus," as nil trolslcmes are, and shamelessly addicted to dawdling wherever Lin or lothouso pretended to be ft town, wo felt secure against interruption, for tho night was drawing on, as many voyngcre were likely to descend from our carrlago as to enter it, and in European travel as in American tho somo unformulated law abides that no sleeping or comfortably ensconced iwrson is to bo disturbed by new comere so long as a vacant llnsoy-woolsecn-gln DR. W. D. PENNY, etnniorit, - DENTIST, Steamers, IContuolcy. law R&Ub. DETROIT. MACKINAC ISLAND DETROIT AND CLEVEUND , Gliii, OaltUad Xtouae, Manse Uty. Tnrr Weak Ear Satwaaa 0H(U1 flonday Trtpa dartaj July tnd Asxuat. OUP? ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS: Sate and Czeurtlaa Ttakata anil ba fteraUbtd Obr7onrTlakalAcent,or4laaa DETROIT, MICH. P0WDE! Absolutely Purei strength and wbolMomcoeu. 'More economical than the ordinary klndt, anil can not ba olC compctlton with tht multitude of low tMt .ihon weight alum or rhoapbat podrt. Soldonlr In ltorLDaKlNO TowOM C, cam. 106 Wall Street, Naw York Lancaitnratrrtt, cait door to Iktp-jo- r Joi'nNALofacti. OKcs hours from 8 toll A kf, and 1 to 6 r. u. Antathf tlca aJmlnliUrrJ whar Office on nacwaarT. UM-ly- r. Detroit A Cleveland Steam Nav. Ooi Af.nt. PLATT'S APPOLLO W. II. MILIEU. OE0 8. C.UU'ENTEU. Thllt poil nTr Trlf. A roarrtlolpuillj, Miller &Carpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS KTAM'OMi, MXCOLX 10., KV. SHIRT, THE BEST SHIRT III THE WORLD MiMi 10 OXUI ll placo remains. So wo mndo ourselves thero was tho hunt for Inti'lagos. Every housekeeper ransacked her stores and brought things now and old. I saw one girl, In despair for a strip of cloth, look about helplessly, nnd then rip off tho hem of her white jHjtticoat. The doctors came up by and by, or I suppose they did, for somo amputating was done. Hough surgory you '""J l sura Tho women helped, holding tho Instruments nnd tho basins, nnd trying to sootho or strengthen. They stood to their work very nebly; tho emergency brought out nil their strength to meet it. Tho Century. Tho west Is making a great impression in ICow York in every way, not merely In tho stock market nnd tho product) market, but in social life. They havo n freer nature, moro directly upon their objects, get In with jieoplo quicker, and waste no tiino in mcro fastidiousness. In this, world thoso leoplo get along tho best who nro tho least respecters of persons. Thero Is no society on tho globo where ft toady is not contemptible. ence. Then by spreading shawls upon tlio hard seats, arranging sachets for pillows, and stretching ourselves out liko half drawn accordions. For thero Is certainly this advantage In third-clas- s travel over nil other, that tho third-classcan oftener stretch hfuwIf at full length, even although only upon hard boards, and thus rest as ho never can in tho elegant perpendicularity of armed and cushioned seats. TOWAnD THE ALNNE WALLS. at caso THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man It perfect health, and the true way to Insure health . Is to purify your blood with Ajer's Mrs. Ellz.iA.Clouch.3l Arllng. ton t., Lowell, Mitsi., write! "Kvery winter snd sprint: mv family, Including S:ir..-pnrllla- Htrrrt, oirr flnt NaUon-a- l Hank. a Faruii.lecliilln aoruocf the flnut Stock Farina In tVntral K'outtiedy. Town Lola anl ItraMmeea, Tlmlxjr and Mineral Land for Office, South SMe.MtlH nitfrf-Oraa- alon corunilMlon. Kor pirtlcuUra further of thli f etlon and N. SID PIATT. IrtulMllle, Ky, urtroertlai aend Tor printed dncrlp-tlo- n for aale. KENTUCKY Agricultural and Mechanical MYERS HOTEL, OTAtfJTOKB. KIT. E. H. BUHNSIDE, - Thoso Who Oct Along Itest. Looking over the general area of human nature, ono finds that with a scoundrel ho can ho deal unilerstandingly, with a can make nllowunecs, but the individual wjio splits hairs between porons for reasons so small that nolxxiy can get to tho Ixrttom of them, generally liocomes a monster of Manliness and Klfislm, ieculinr as these terms may svm to you. I havo known men to conduct newspajx'rs nnd to keep themselves lu a perpotual stow for fear they are giving too much vonspicuousness to this or that man who might Ixi under tho liaii. Georgo Alfred Townseml in Boston Glolo. A DnSPEItATE STRUOOLE. failing to get them, hd vcngefully TnummlttliiK Power by ICopo netting. us of our nlL Dotroit Frco 'ought to Hoi) licking for tlio trausmitaiou of iowor Pitw. is lxiiug introduced in somo eastern mills and rope, running 100 feet factories. A two-Inc-h e Tho Cmt mid Cniute-Kdo I'.irls. power, according to a minute, gives Ill their domestic relations tho Conito and tho oxperlenco of tin English mechanic, under Comtso do 1'arU wore always 03 good ns whono supervision tho experiment is being they could , lie. Both of them had and havo tried. Ho says: "This calculation is to lo strong family IiihtlncU Ho took after his applied to ropes in all positions except verti motrinr in his love of study, and she nfter tho cal, if pulloys aro not lass than llvo feet Bourbon of Spain and Naples in her lovo of in diameter, in that case 150 feet per minute hunting nnd shooting. H'm showed herself per hoi-bower. If Larger pulley, then moro equal to brewing skittish colts, to ilriving horse power. Several di Ive seventy to eighty d or to tiring out threo or four horse power on each rojio, but these havo been horses at a cliaso, Siio in a neat, wound with a small, stout cord. To sieed mavulino htyle, wore stand-u- p collars, soft 3,500 feet icr in Inn to requires eight to ten-fepulleys, and such I have seen in operation fJt hats without feathers, and preferred waterproofs to luxurious nmtitloi when drivtwo yean nnd not tightened. Wo nt homo ing her team of ponies In bjl weather. Aluse a grooved wheel with lound bottoms nnd though strong minded, she Is not an esprit flaring sides, so thnt tho ropo will just 1111 into Her oon, tho Duo d'Orleaiu, inherits tho bottom of tho grooves." Chicago News, fort. her sylvan tastes. Ho is one of tho best shots Cornnmit Growing In I'lorldii. in Trance. His last day at Eu was spent in shooting blackbirds, crows nnd thrushes. Tho Cocoanut growing in Florida seems to l a enormous bag ho mado of these birds w as success. In tho region of Like 'Worth thero Into a pio big enough to have been nro about 20,000 trees growing, and part of xorvoJ ut a baronial banquet in days of them nro fruiting. In 1873 n vessel loaded yon. London Truth. with theso nuts was wrecked on the Dado coast, and floated ashore near Lako Worth, most of which wero gathered and planted. Where "Oulda" Gets Her Point. Oulda goe3 to Venice periodically for tho Tbo trees Ixgln tho bear in alwut Raven yean TMk&u, as she says, that sho lliuls it tho most from planting, nnd tho crop nverages from interiAtiug placo in the world. But it Ls to 100 to 1200 nuts cr tree. Chicago Times. to feared that her tiuu motive Ls that it is a Treatment of Coal In Store. soelal center for the tourl't world, and that It is not generally kuowii that coal which her visits aro for the iturposo of securing scandalous material for her novels. It may remains In store perfectly dry Is rendered less tsshA her in this respect, but tho great mines valuable on that account, yot such Is tho fact Most with water, if material whloh she Is lu search of exist and ifcoal mines nro saturated coal becomes this Is drained off, tho roally In Nice, Mentono, Monte Carlo, Trou-tillArcachon and other w atering places, flinty oud valueless. Coal stored through tho Mvut of which are in France. San Fran-- ' cummer nhvuld be sprinkled and kept moist. bik! one-horso et con-Torts, Wo felt suirocated for tho want of air. Wo vera deafened by tho continuous roaring. Wo wero exhausted by tho desperate strugglo to provont being sjoopjd up lio.Hly anil carried out of tho ravine. If it was so with us, thcltutvri from tho fury us we were, how must it have been with those exposed to its full force! A great wolf, from whom life was Iwatcn out, rolled down anions us. The bodies of do.Tons of coyotes and rabbits, in which every bono seemed broken, dropped into tho ravine, Tho wagons w.?ro caught up at daylight, whirled in tho air for n moment and then disappeared forever. Even tho iron axos wera not to lo found. Two or three objects, which could make out, tumbled over tho I'unk below the horsos. Sumo hours later wo found them to bo mauled and jiouniled and Ixxlics of buHnlo?3. At ft o'clock tho climax was reached. It a if tho earth roso and fell under us. One of the hotcs struggled to his feet, and the naxt instant he vanished to the east. Tho fonje of tho wind bruised and pained. A rock woijblng tons, blown, perhap, from the foothills, ploughed down ono bank and rushed np tho other to continuo a plaything for tho wrath. Our breath carno by gasjxs. Tho air thickened until it becamo twilight. Half an lour later tho wind begun to lull, tho roaring to ills away and tho sky to lighten up, and at To'ulock wo wero searching tho prairio in hopx of rcooveringsome one article belonging to what had been a well stocked camp. On tho prairio wo found absolutely nothing. In tho ravine a couple of axes, two or threo an iron kettle and portions of harness. Tho mighty wroth had hungered for our llvos, -no-on- e bono-brokeap-peasad-UIi- h, Feminine) AVIl Camo to Her Aid. It was not long ago that n friend of ours wns traveling with a party of excnrsionNta in tho mining regions of Pennsylvania. Sho was n single lady, nnd did not know nny of her malo comiwnioascven byname. She went down into n mine with tlw other tourists, and w ith n woman's natural curiosity thought sho would Investigate ft little for herself. The consequoneo was that sho got lost, and found herself In n labyrinthine passage, whoso windings sho could not follow to tho sunlight. Vague visions of death by starvation floated before her mind, nnd sho was puzzled for a few minutes to know what to do. Feminino wit finally came to her aid, nnd sho shouted nt tho top of her voice, "John!" Presently tho answer camo back, "Wliat do you wantr "I wish you would help mo to find my way out of this hole," was tho reply, and almost immediately n manly form wns at her sldo which dexterously piloted her to the ojxm day. Sho was not acquainted with her kind rescuer, but sho said sho was sure thero was n John in every crowd, and could muko no mistake if sho called for him. Boston Budget Saunterer.'l Two KludH of Old IVoplo. What is it that makes tho society of some old persons unweleomo mid unendurable? Not their years, but tho peculiarities, the angularities of temper and character w hlch to Iretow upon them. they permit tho Haven't wo all known men and women whom everybody wanted near bcause they wero so lively, so entertaining, so inspiriting Thoy were not always j'oung in years, but did any ono ever think of them as old) I havo in mind a woman who is much younger than her grown son and daughter, consequently much moro popular. The ntmosphero of n man or woman w ho has u warm, cheery interest in llfo ls pleasant. Wo lenvo tho presenco of such a ono feeling brighter nnd younger, no matter what his or her ngo may be. Tho other kind of old jwrson the grim, foi bidding, creature makes every fnrewell- ono arou'id him feel as old ns u worn out planet, nnd inspires dread in balies nnd philosophers alike. Gertrude Garrison in Boston tijoje. ain-wor- ld Rumble, rumble, rumblo How nhr.ost unbearable becamo that wooden, sprlngless rumblo as woioundedon toward tho Alpine walls between Franco nnd Italy. Thoso bare scats ceased to bo wood, nnd lecamo cruel Wo writhed nnd twisted nnd adamant. found no rest for our weary anatomies. As morn broke, howover, came one relief to our noises, ceased, anil misery tho swine-fol- d with tho opening of windows caino cclestin breaths to cleauso thnt horrible atmosphere of barnyard sodden cou liido, reeking corduroy, clay pipes and vigorous garlic nnd cheese. Then through tho long, rumbling day camo the smnll excitement of teeing our couianions constantly changing, the dread lest tho) decent young dressmakers and their mother get out and their places be filled soldiers, tho pleasure of with Boeing women predominate in tho long carriage, the divmlct of a masculino gain, and tho chagrin thnt nil tho soiled innocents nnd their lacteal mammas gravitated to our own particular section just becauso vre were thero mid pleasanter to sit with Uinn sour prions, merry conscripts and mwinu. Wo mado our foreign speech to each other as inconspicuous as we could, yet coo nnd hum it as wo might, it did not fail to attract attention. Sometimes, near noon, at the different stations of the famous wine land we wero crawling through, parties of hinds clamored into our "vaggon," evidently fresh from copiously wined midday meal. Then wo had wild discourses on jwlitics, heatM controversies on various subjects very littlo understood by tho controversialists, intermingled with rough but never unclean jokes. At times there was heavy horso play when young conscripts predominated among us, and in distant sections wo saw wrestlings and tumblings that looked very much more serious than thoy were. As a mle, however, quietness nnd propriety reigned, nnd our own section was littlo disturbed Havo for tho yells mid kicks of our wooden-shod- , soiled innocents. At one station came n formidable addition to our section, which addition, added to our olx-snun, and, liko her, counting but one, mado us realize how much Iwtter adapted to continental third-clas- s travel are tho proportions of a Byznntino Magdalen to those of a Rubens' Venus. This woman's costumo was so supremely somber as to make our nun's sOoin almost coquettish it. What sho wore under thnt heavy, black pall we could not make out. All that wo could see was this exterior garment, hiding her almost as complete as tho hcarso hides its dumb buiilen. telli.no their beads. As dusk grew on that (lay we noticed a lull upon our chattering section. Glancing curiously nliout to know tho causo of this sudden leace, wo saw almost overy lip about us moving without a sound, whllo ono or two of our Mme, Jura among them wero telling their beads. From scattered hamlets clustered around quaint and gray tow en camo tho musical sound of tho "Angelus." It seemed a tender, twetio idea to us, this turning to prayerful silence at tho voice of thoso silvery iwlls floating out uion tho deepening dusk, mid it reminded us of tho poetic atmosphere which for us always hung around tho muezzin cnll to prayer. Just then wo were crossing a bridge, and beneath that bridgo marched a company of soldiers returning fiom drill In an instant every bond, sa o our own, gathered close to or was thrust out the window, gozlng with intent uudoxiital interest upon tho military spectacle. Yet not one Up ceased prayerful movements or hand its prayerful olllue In all that thirvl-chu- s Journey we never had reason to complain of want of good nature and primitive politeness on the part of our I g broad-boomed a be-sifollow-sectlone- myself, mo M'nil Wiles Of Ayer'a Sun sparilta. Kxporirueo hn coinlnced mo that, m a powerful PAIIt MSXIIYGTOIV, AUGUST 31 & - lEXTOIY. 3 AND 4. Propr Blood purifier, It is ry much superior to any other preparation of Snrtaparlllu. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, and especially delicate children, arc auro to bo greatly benefited by Its use." J. W. Starr, IjicouI.i, Iowa, writes : "For years I was trouMid with Srofu-lou- s I trlrd couip'.ilntx. i il d'.nVni.t preparatloni, which did me little, If nny, good. Two bottUs of Aer's Ssrsnpn-rlll- a effected a complete rtirc. It Is my opinion th.'i this medicine Is the best blood 8EPr. 1,2, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintalno ita Second to no CoantrT Hotol in tho 8tato in ita Pare, Compatltoln open to the World fret. TTwo lUrea raeh day. 'bo Hpsclal Iralnaon alt rallroadiat reduced ratri, Xtf Klnt Day bhorthorn LattU rtrtra llrrtlorda. Floral Hall open the first day, and will Ui fair. MAJOn T. 1'. JtUINhTON, I'rnldtnt. TilOMAH Ull AIM IS, Htcretaiy. High Reputation, AMD lif0PiriotSr h Detcraiinad Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of tboir Oneati. tht A Big Offer! i.f """. '" To ar y rron rrmltllai us SrMll iuoUatloa lomnarrlallrareleri. The liar will ""llf-- "Ith tn, .holce.l traadaofLluaori aid Clear. Purifier C. H. Upton. Xaduia. X. IL, I was troubled with a humor In my eyes, and unable to obulu relief until I commenced using Ajer's aridrittu. I Imve taken several bottles, am grently benefited, and believe It tu be tliu bust of blood purifiers." K. Harris, Crcs City, Itatmey Co., Dakota, writes' "I hiue bpvn an Intense sufferer, with Djspijulii, for the pait thrc year. Six month ago I to use We Semi-Weekly wilnnd the "illuc-OnisM ID 1101110." STATES, Interior Journal OP J of the dsy." writei: "For a number of jears ALd the Now York VVorld one year and a HISTORY IHE UKITED Shortest and Qalokost Ronto from Oer tral Kentucky to all Points North, Last, West nnd Southwwt. Ezpraalil, hound In lMtberrtl trM fall, gilt. otaJO pjM-o- d contlanlni; H flne enirarlDft. It Utheinuat ponitirnliemtT work of toe kind bring hutory In theeidlnary arnie, fllu U 190 yrara It II acondtmtd VV'erraerrt the right to withdraw thli olTar IaEXI.GTO. riooTii-Ik'jM- ait Line lUttrttra nwpar bchrdule In IJIect May ! fJlACIXSAT). 1. !(. btlly "NoTTT Ei. Han, without notice, to rtmlt at out. W. I. WALTtlN, Htanleid, Ky. Ex. Hun.l bo-a- n Sarsaparilla It has effected an entire cure, ami I am now as well as ATEE'S etr." L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. tllB UHKAT Lt, " Cynthlana,... 10 Arr. l'arla. il " Ualngton iH " I Jalmouih CorlnKtcn. ' 8 10 e 40 10 m 8 10 p ml a u, :inhil 4J a m 10 IS pt IS a iu Irt .A .1 : pm It K piu ih nn. Ulna ft 00 p m L t io p a u Kl.tltnnl w.hm.viu niehmond Laneutar . TUU0UG1I TUUNK LINL TO Til- Sold by ull Druggists. Lie ltlchuioad.. Arr. Berea... " rjTlngiton.. .. Koirn-Docx- 11 n m ' IIlaLi UJ W 3 uopw I I to & pu ...... LJ I 7 IS W ft 3" P ml IS am 1. 3 ... .... No. I Prlco $1; Six bottles, $1. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver .v. 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NoaTll-Doi'N- JwAii of the hair bo preserved to old ace? Read the following, from Mrs. G. Norton, SomorvlUc, Mass. : " I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past 30 jcars; nnd, although I am upwards of CO, my hair Is as abundant and glossy as when I was 23." TVin assured, that a trial of Aycr's Ilalr JiJu Vigor will convlnco you of Its powers. Mn. M. E. Goff, Lcadv lllc, Col., writes: "Two years ngo, my hair having almost entirely fallen out, I commenced y my the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. hair Is 29 Inches long, fine, strong, and healthy." to-dTo-da- i Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ho!iia on the Use of thli road will rtratTt ipciai raira, HTSffl Ak'enti of IbM Comracy lor rat(i,reulw wrlto Ac, or C. I. AfMOItE, (l.l'.iT.A.. Dally Kx, bun. 7 28 13 8 40 9 01 9 43 lii. IMIly bun. Lt " l'arli Arr lIloratmTrf ' " Carllil....". " JohBfon., " Maynllle.. HOCTI.ilorM) " OuTlnfton. U'Xluijton .. a m. 4 25 2 00 a in 8 SO ptn a ml ft 41 n m a uii 8 04 p m a mi a AS nm 10 30 am 7 40 pm pre pm lultTllle, Ky Ually hx. ruu. Kx. Han RoTsT"! "KnTsT" THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y Lt Mayaellie. " Jnhiioii " (Vrllalei Mlllrnhurc Arr Pari " LcilngUn 11 . . Tira" ii fi . ' RENEWED bf uT2c,,of Ayer's Hair Vigor, tho hair regains its youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. P. Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C, writes: "I havo used Ayer's Harr Vigor for the last ten years. It ls an excellent preservative." iytt the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. O X A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., had his hair restored to its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, and very gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of tlio Vigor were required to restore my hair to its youthful color and quantity." TTOTTsTf Ayer's nalrVlgorcuros dls-Dlxl IX eases of tho scalp. F. H. Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I had been troubled for years with a dlscaso of tho scalp; my head was covered with dandruff, and tho hair dry nnd harsh. Aycr's Hair Vigor gave mo Immediate- relief, cleansed tho scalp, and rendered tho hair soft and pliable." -U JftertJOW?W--. rTlnjtn .. 1 SO 37 a 7 Wa m 2 18 7 4fi a rn 2 60 8 10 a ui 3 IS 9 08a m 8 10 1180 a m 1 00 ITUi'fU p la p in pin p in p ti pm Time under conviction that no human being understood two languages, and thus thelr's to as was an unknown tongue. By means of this naivete one of as had the pleasure of hearing herself distinguished as tho old one, another as sulky, w Idle tho third was tho littlo ono nose. with tho tunicd-uOn our part we were not behindhand In characterizing our neighbors. A brisk, bright youth of 1(1, who popped In and out of our "vaggon" at overy station, was Ariel. A fat drover, with Roman ami Inicrlal profile, was Vitellius, while n third, peibaps a gar-co- n de cafe, was of such unwholeiomo, postmortem countenance, that him wo named Lazarus, for ho seemed thieedays dead, nnd behold he was not ierfuraed. Cor. Chicago p Windows were jiolitely for w when wo struggled with refractory ones, and no man refused to move his Midler's pack or unlovely imjiediments wrapped l In coarse blankctsor oil cloth, when it too closely uon us. One evidently rustic shopman, and thus erhaps fancying himself neighbor, of better aspects than his ciay-pijcourteously offeml us a ciguretto after asking if we objected to his smoking In our presence. They talked freely about us whenever thoy had heard our own foreign tongue, evidently pre-Mx- I'mliii Sand 4 are dally hetwrcn Ialugton and anelnuall: olher tralcr am dally except Hutiday. IMrrct conn ctlonaaro made at Wlncheler with ChwawakoA Ohio lor Ml. Hurling. Aahland.' Huntington, Cnarleitou, W. Vj and L'aetrrn clt. oTK. los. Ifolld Tralni, with Pullman Hlecplng Cara Win-chra- trr Interior Journal BrANl'OHD, Ky. W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. It publlahod erery Tueaday and Friday at the low price of V!p,,V";'-?F8.r,- n'1 r"'"i Vlnehcater lwtwre Clnclncat and Itlchinond, Va., and Wluchotteu and Waihlngtop, I), C. l,f k,, ai b8Si:i chcckwl to any ileitluatlon reached by railroad. For full rartlculan, call on any agent of the company, or e. Kfl. Monsr;, d. a.kkki.ey Uen.Paaa. Agent, TraT. l'aaa. Agent, lorlngtnn. K.T. Lexington II ' II n.HVNTIN(ITf)NHccelTer. (ieneral ORlce., Qotlngton, Ky. ' THO UOIjTjAKS VEK YEAR. arODS "W03Ft3ESL l CHICHESTER'S ENr.i l,t;.J..,,'., wj;.A,""'o'iii bAR'i,tB'. A'1' Jl1" fl The Original mill Only fl-h- PENNYROYAL PILLS isu .. ? or all cuasm Noatly and Choaply Exooutod. Ayer's Hair Vigor, I'UU'AUED Dr. 1JV A. Grant! Cumbiualioii INTERIOR -- iy"U.u!,".' NAME 4'Mehr.ler I'hmu'. fS." Jin IlrillPotalft reiTrnhrr. Atk rold br lr C'tiUho. huUftH lviuirrwia 1M1U. 7ibtiMir For ale by lif, M.L. ItOOUNK, BUtjfonl. i.i' ''"' . :mnn..(. 'IKlH kt lr' J. C. Ayer &, Co., Lowell, Mass., D. 3. L. THE JOURNAL Pup.. In ri Tfi & it . v FOlMMtMi BOI UI e.OMBtrlotar.. tko Chronicle. Boston Budget. Will lie of Practical Helmut. A Philadelphia!!, thinks that Graham's experiment with his barrel in the Niagara whirlpool may ba of of practical benefit. His Idea is that seagoing veucls might be equipped with one or moro such casks, which in caso of wreck on n curf beaten coast might be tho means of establishing communication between tho vess.'l and tho shore. Now York Sun. W 1 1 1 For sale by all Druggists. And the LouliTllle llTitiCitrialCi Cincinnati,! Ohio. Urd eilr br Ita Weekly Courier - Jo urnal iV',,"If ,0,I coailder. avit.nitin buglvfauiUli.iUn. lr Alcott A I.UI, lluloa.N. V, nJ m.,'i youiU.uh.l, known ID uif.finwihai and rtco-nrn- f wa r dlillr (.lu err i. Cld tiy DiuftUu. TiUa OPES&A HTANl-nitD- , HOUSE SV. Ono year for only 83 two papera for little more than tha prlco of one. l.OO. w, p. WALTON, Klau 20z6O. . - Proprietor (Co Louise IKthol says she hopes to come to America after death when her soul mi- - cu-- THAT riACKINa CUUtlli rnl,n m nulcklv by Hhlloh'i Cure. We guarantee It. M. L, cl .LVOU 'LI I ) Bourns. mi nl tint' il .. wu her n! wtlti Vii ullii i ti lit J., tUbl couiulne et ol litfla "! to tuj.of BUge, capacity, lucliiJIiin gal'cry, been Hoatlng Kiisruutfed Itwioualln ratri to ood attraitlooa. ""lire. ! I the riouth, democrat-ioan- d for a tariff for roTonue only, and the belt, hrlghteit and abUat family weekly in the United Htatci. Tuoie who iletlrc to naicine a raiuplc can do io at th la ottire. copy of tha Courier-Journ- Dt nnvlnir 111 S3 tou will your home paper with the Courier-Journa- tor one year l, the " I ljl F H'JTK) Houtii tfHKi-IVA- J T t KV - Offioa PureNltrmi. 'nt,! Ulrc4. the Myart Hot' HTr'nitl), aid- i1NI f 'I Main xtre--t. 4,iWiii,.i ., in 1rt. , .,.,.,