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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886081701 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. mtnt VOL. XIV. 1'itbt tutted Titrattavintml -- 4T .J. flV ft. ft '' kV ? 0 THAT WIFE utefiot Soitttt&L NO. 151. MAYWOOD. LINCOLN COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1886. Ot MINE. A Frltlav U ex- 'J X'EIl JVNNUM, OAHII. I understood If wterellt that 11.50 will pected end demanded. Bht met me at Hi. door tail night, All dainty, fresh and srulllnr, And threw her plump arm around tut tight, In a manner most beguiling. Then, In her awed, linpultlve way Bhehugecd me, aubo klucd me, And told m bow lb day She though tofmr, and rulssed me. lire-lon- g T'e prefnt in ,'. proml'lni: Olooious Resurrection. Ion movement is the p'-lmid oriainly tbe greatest W. P. WALTON. Pretty Swiss Girts. Tho stranger in Swilxerlaml wilt b itruck at once with the beauty of the counHere try and the uglices of the women. lu hare spent herrself upon nature teem inanimttn obj'ct ami to have had no material left for humanity, which ah composed nut of the iiebri left over fafler -- he A I retty had constructed the wiV en seen face, n,tite and to the ui.nnr inrn, la rarely, If errn een upon the -- 'reels of Heme. The woinm appear to do all the work, to fee a ylrl and a dog Ilia not unu-UFhitched to a cut aul trotting along; loKCth-e- r like a piir of 'ponies. The wen. great atrapplncrello-rs- , idle and lixy, loaf about Their wlve, daughters and the brasses i sistera till the Geld and supply tho market. The doe, the coat and the cow perform the oCicc: commonly performed in other land by the horre, the ox and the mule. Toe bear ia a acred animal. Bo in the lion The donkey (lore fancy duly at the summer resorts. Hut there Is nothing to which the Swiss woman mty not turn her hand, from milking a uoat to sawing a cord of wood and drnyint; a load of is put to work in her childhood and before the reach- - ber maturity hn look-lik- e hKundujolher. wrinkled and wtather beaten, bent and cire worn. Tne circtim stance, which appear at eTery turning and 1 written upon e.ch countenance, leave a painful impretjion and discredits the national character. A people o independent and so brave so unafleJtrd aud so frugal as the Stii' are admitted tu b, ouht to he Ktnller A High Old Barbecue in Tetas. Preparations had been mule on the moat thousands munifieenl and laviih ecale e( pounds of cbolceit riiarl smoked on the lonp, wired In and spit;-- , table 900 yard covered wilh one continuous arbor, spread its generous lounliM to the mill Itudr; numcreui aids, attendants, knights and marshal in Ray attire moved like clock work, eich in his appointed sphere; the sun, everr now and then, through the rifted clouds, elided the mountain to and kissed the folds of tlac and bunting that fluttered Rayly in the genial bretiat ; every road and every train was covered wilh eajer, ex ptctsnl thong ; every ace, six, and condition, all were there, and ''all went merry as a marriage bell" till thd rain begin to de cend in shower. Then there wai hurry ins to and fro, and gathering, of dis're-undwOB, wsgjo sheets, buggies and umbrellas. To make a long los short, the rain put an end to the eprechc-- i and ceieminies and fetifilic in ebort on'er, acd lowly and svlly the crowd disperseJ, wetter, it not wtr folk. Gibbs, Heckham, Kea and Collier were there, and a host of candidate for smaller positions, and all doubtless haJ n damper thrown over their spirits. -- Clifton Sentinel. Mo .1 -hay-Hh-er bhc hnlpjd me off with coat and hat, And led me, itlll IoUi tht dining looin, and .at Down at lbs" table singing. The meal wai perfect; fresh cut flaw'ri, The firollght warm and rosy, Made all aeem bright; swift Hew the boun, And we were, obi so cozy! epoch in the hl-- t' rj (if nnr country. It does not nqu re much of a ir ui ' vls'on to s'e tho bi,ht glimpses of o soon to turning rer rl.i i ihil rf,ti thiscurre of all ciiih'S, tli I qunr traffic into Ihe deep gulf of annihilation, and this revolution will d i nn re to clanfr and ele vate the morl lone of the people and dignify our civil'zitlnn Hian all oibf-- r irtl'ien ces of a human chancier combined. This new d'psrlure that U now so cena'ii to cul- le 1 Then, alter dinner, iho and I King tho oil tongs together We uied to ilng In daya gone by My heart wai llto a featbtrt Our bipplnei. luaJecarth a bearen, And corn I rerlcw tt, I reoollect 'twai put tltren Almoit before we Luew It. We tit there on the itfa ttioo, Hbe neitllng eb beilde me. Bollly ihe mcwthcl my hair, and when I klanod her did not ehlds we. HUe fon.II pinched my cheek, and to Her dlniplo.1 had upjn It, Bhe whliperod Darling, do you ksow I need a new fall lonnel." THE UNFASHIONABLE A ONE laihlonahle woman In a faihlonable w, A faahlonable bonnet Of a Uiblenable hue; A faiblenable mantle And a fathtonable gown; A fjibleDalde chrlitun In a laihlonahle town, A raabUntblt prayer-boo- k Aud a fublooable choir; A faihlonalile chapel With a fxilitonable iplre; A Uahlonable preacher, With a faiblonable ipeccb, A faihlooable terinon Madnef fiihteoable reach; A fsihlontblo welcome At tho fiabtontble door, A faiblenable pennr To the liibloaable poor; A faililomtle beaten, AbJ a faiblosaUe betl, A faiblenable blbl. I'ftr the faiblonable bellt; A fathleoable kneeling, And a taihUaabU nod; A taibloable eTerylhlng, liuk M faihloaablo Ood' Merchant Traveler. . "! minate into n grand uprising hss taken mnl of the oli"lclan" by surprise. This radical and dlgnifod cri'-adlur a light eout modification o' statute liw to prohibit l of the the qtior traffic has lieu the defiant character of the ruin sellers, and their nrrogant demand' for concession and Tne people lerfal claiiiH to respectability are now determined and their de'Hruiina-lio- n is taking a very active form. Prohibition has been tho rallying cry fur young men nn 1 old men, both of whom are forming into prohibition clubs all over the land. In New York, New Jersey anl all the New England States, and nil over the West the peop'e are hurrying forward with The South Is com zeal and enthusiasm bined and in every section of the country prohibitionlet have their representatives in complete pilllical orgnnizitlons. The church Is taking an active political interest aod tht) atmosphere is full of proWe now feel some of hibition every wheru tbe inspiration that was prevalent when the grand old parly drat developed into life and activity for tiie deatruclion of slavery. The lightnin; dishes of truth and the o thunder of an awakened aru hur e of heroic enthuried along on a ll siasm, f Ms cyclone of moral revolution has developed with a rapidity that hat every b)Jy, and that the prohibition party will ba triumphant in tho near future, it at c'rtain at the tides ebb and ita onward ibw; nothing can now eta progrei". The flat of the rcple. U, "The saloon must no" Demoresi's Monthly, 1 rn-uiiod-tid- Tne crops here haae not suffered for ui wua.i wuni ii a uianiiiaate or tne omce ofSuperlntondint ofi, Punllo Instruction, lublict 'ack of ram. I have one reglaaered ball and one v i.uii svctuuviaviu Oil4JUTf Dliaa Rev. Paul Volk will preach at Lean's and aereral good yearlings, entitled to a Creek ou Sunday, August 29 h at 3 o'clock. register, forsalecheip. A. St, I'ELASV, 133-- 1 m Stanford, Ky. Rev. C L. Ureen will ruleois meetings hereafter by the Sundays instead of by the I oflVr for sate prlratoly my Saturdays as has formerly tbe custom FLOCK AND OIJIST MILL, voa with the Biptlsl brethren at tbit place m.D1x Pir" 5 mlles ',om Danrllls, on tho Wm. Daering & Co.'i Mowen, BindDaring the thunder slum last Thurs Lcilngton turnpike. a very ralua-bl- o piece or Property and can bsIlls at a bargain ers and Reapers, had iliy ligbtiiing struck Mr Snep Cash's barn by addressing me at onco at Stanford. Ky. near Mavwvod, eeliirg it rn fire and entire- Crftb Orchard, - . Kentucky. jjus, t., Xt Filoxo. lll-lly coniiiiilnir thai building together with about o Mrs i.f hay. a ,t of plows and oth er farming in.pVmenls. As it was not MT. VERNON, KY. & Lot. everything that was burned is a total NOTICE.. H. K. TAYLOR, Mill For Sale! h-- G. B. HARRIS, Ag't 143-l- 1 in-ur- Sale of Storehouse Store-HonsB NEWCOMB IM)XEL This old and n los. Mis Macgie Hrown, the pretty "school marm" at While Oak, Is visiting the fami ly of Mr J M.Martin. Mr.Alyin t and titter, Mist Sudie, of Jessamine Orcr-stree- As Administrator with the will annsied of T. T. Daviess, des'd, I ollr fjr sale privately tho and Lot on Lancaster st., Stanford, Ky., Hotel la still Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. .V. V -- -jj. jma& Vernon, Ky. tip Mt. flno reputation m ts 'rtrnlfn J. " countv. are at Mr, N. W. Hampton's. Mies Alice Perkins, of Waynesbnrg, Is visiting MILLEH8BUHO her aunt, Mrs. Craisc Lynn. Mies Mollie Boone has gone to Louisville to take in the Expo ition. J. M. Ware has gone to to Anderson county to attend the Lawrence-bur- g This popular school, after a year unparalled of Fair. cess under AND A Now occupied by Mlas Suwade Beaztey. . PAXTOX, Adm'r. ICE! ICE! ICE! 1 w,u Female College! suc122-- tf mi&t$Si&&SSi -- ntslanfora One Cent Per Ponii.1. wbenTuslomlrVuIU1!6 Story of a Boastful Physician's Humilia. REV. C. POPE, President, - dSer MCh UlonlU' ot n.j;.jiAiticotr. The Reconciliation. ' Can you f irglre me? ' she murmured in a low voic, as they hoiiled their combined weight of 310 pounds onto the front gate. The watch dog hajed fiercely at the moon an it came up from behind a cloud (that is, the moon came tip, etc ), hut Auj; uetus heeded it rot He knew that the do,' was chained aod he was on the other side of the fence, anyhow. He retained on impmetrahle silence. He cjuld tee that her heart was breaking, hut he did not move. He reeaied to think he had a perpetual lease on the spot. Dig, bitter, briny tears dropped on the pavement at her feet. Sic heeded them not. They didn't ccst anything and ahe could get plenty more. "Can you forgive me?'' she sobbed. "Never," he eaid, hmklly. lie had a Cold. Cremation. Of the 1.000,000,000 ne3p!e inhabiting the eaitb, about 18,000,000 die annually. It Is an approach to the truth to say that the weight of this immenee Indy of animal matter cast into the grave amounts to no less lhan 614,000 tons, and by its decom pillion produce 9,000,000,000,000 cubic feet of matter. Maiitiia Washinoton as She Was. Martha Washington was a very pretty girl, but not a vir good looking old woman. As she matured the grew etout, and.thotigh her pictures represent her as a beauty, the current history of the times tay ehe was a robust old woman, who plainly drra-eolder thnn her husband. She was looked not noted for her social or intellectual quallllc. She could not spell, and proba blv the did not read a book from ono end of the year to the other. She was n sort of goody goody woman, who almcet always had knitting needle" in her hands and who tho'uchtshedlJ (i grent thing when she sivtd the raveling of rt lot of old black silk stockings and wornout chair covers, and wove them Into a drew for herself She was very proud of her husband; and they show the little room in tho second Hturv of the home at Mount Yemen, In which she secluded herself after hit death, sepingnoono for months, and allowing only a cat to enter the room through a holo which was cut in the door. handsomely ornntnetiled solid silver service, coating about $800, was pre-n- ted to Speaker Carlisle by the members of the House as n testimonial In appreciation of hta uniform courtesy and fairness to political opponents at well ni political friend in the administration of his office of Speaker. Tt ban bcon general comment that no man has over sat In the 8peaker' chair who has ahown lest of political and personal hiss in the conduct of business, or has laid himself Jess open to criticism. II arresting machinery Is uowelldly for getting Into bunt on ttormy days or over night, hut it is far too valuable and export. lion part, slve lo ba left unprotected. ruat and wood work 81U when exposed A canTM covering to to rains and dawa It at all timet when not In use will protect pay geod interest pn is not The pievalenca of dress coats in the day lad a time al Atnherst csssmeoceount small son of one of the alumni, ee tying hia firat visit to tho college, to exclaim: "What lots of head - valier tbey have A herel"-BoB- not to blame fjrwhal pa does. Twat he that loed the bull dog yester night not I." ! Why didyounott.il im?" "Because, ala. I knew it not Ob, say you do not hate me. "I do not hale you," he repeated mechanically, then arousing himeelf-"b- ut I'll tell you one thing very candidly, I've got it in for your dtd and the bull-puThe reconciliation had omentlaBt, It started at about 0 r. t. an I lasted till her siro came out with a lanlern to hunt tbcm up -- Merchant Traveler. "Remember, I am p.' An editor who live near where a switch engine gets in its work, C'tires from the continuous tools that he hears that 28 shrill whistlfs in very rapid succession mean 'back ur:" .'17 whialles, prolonged and lon dnw.i, mean aheau;"o9 whittles, striking H Hat and Asia Minor, indlcve "a switch;" 1G whistles mean "diwn 49 whistles, of a melancholy character, me in "okoii tbe trac'.;" 02 whistle mean "dinner;" 100 whistles mean "supper;" 13 whiaties mean "up brakes;" when approaching a croming 73 shrill whistle ar given, and wilh this tho engineer is suppved to rqulrt water like the deuce and to rin hln bell with The disposition of our multitudinous drnd in the most rational and scientific mani.er, nod for the bit interests of the lieing, Is at the prcenl timo a question of importance, and one exciting much discui-sioThecu'tom of inhumation of the dead, which was practiced immemorially by thi Hebrews, became generally recoj,-- , nized b the untiont of Europe at the He commencement of the Chriitian Era. fore that time tho Greeks and Komans, during a of civilizttion in many reepecta higher than our own, burned their dead, and so atrong was their repugnance to Ihe Idea of burial that only suicides were denied the right of cremation. Aside from tho advantage! of cremation from a sanitary point of view, ithe im mene saving which would be made over our preaent display and expensive custom of burial is a matter of no little importance. To the poor man, a death in hit family, aside from hit burden of grief, brings a burden cf debt totally out of proportion to his By cremation every relimited means quirement of decency can bo carried out, every detail repeotful to the dsad, every religious rite can be observed, and every sentiment of ro7ereaca and love be ex- presttd and respected, and while death in any household will be calamitouv, it will not be in the ssnse that the event will impoverish the survivors if this methods were adopted. n. lions and Bereavement. A gentleman residing in Mlddlelown, who wai visiting in Sullivan county last week, wat attracted by eight headstones in a little grass grown cemetery, near Falls-burgall of which stood in a row and were exactly alike. He got out of hit wagon to look at them, and found that tbey were all children of a well known physician, and that nil were frown when stricken down, and that tbe datea on the headstones showed that the Gret one died Nov. 23 1S01, and Ihe other seven between that date and Pec. 15 following, or that tbe ire family of eight children 1 ad died within eight weeks When speaking of the matter to friends that day, he was told the history of tl e cac, which is regarded in that neighborhood as a visitation of Providence in pu' ishrrcnt for defiance of the Deity. The story at told is that in 1S01 there was a scourge of diphtheria in that neighborhood, and the physician was kept buay treating patients suffering from that He was very successful, and gained such corfilence in hit skill that he began to bout that he could cure any carj and went so far that he "defied God Almighty to produce a case of diphtheria he could not cure.'1 lu lees than a week his youngest child was eeized with the disease, and although be rxercieed his ekill to the utmost, having not only professional pride bat a fatler's loye to urge bim to do hit beat, his boy grew worse and died, Oae after another his children sickened and died, until all were gone, and laid side by tide in tbe little graveyard near Falleburgb. But one child was left, a married daughter, but In a few weeks ehe, too, was stricken down and became a victim to the dread Middletown Argus. disease. er.-tdis-eni-- e. MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART, I.ADl PalKCIPAL, Again offers Itself for public patronage. aVIth tacllltles, an enlarged Faculty and an elevated courts of study, It ailbrds unusual opportufor the education of your daughters. nities 6nd lor Catalogue to REV. C. POPE, I39-2- Stanford Female College, STANFOnu.K. The Next Session Opens September 1. Noted for Health, Comfort, Home Oare. Good Discipline, well Qualified and Efficient Teachers, Thorough Training and wido scope of Instruction. Graduates In three different courses, arranged to suit tbe mental tastes and capacities of pupils. For Calaloguo apply to Mlllcriburg. ky. MACK BltL'CE'3 Buggy & Implement House. I have now A Full Lino of Whoat Drills and othor Agricultural Implomonto, -- Besides i.2ui AM4KX.fi. Preiident. a Full Line ot Buggies and Wagons Always on hacd. In connection with my Implement business, I will also carry a E .IT Coinnleto Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. Tboonly lino running 1'ULLUAaV Keniuckj'ej UoiUe East I'On Low ns any one. I solicit n share of yeur patronage. NntV SLEEraG AND . CAKS Rcspictfully, HM" -- TIIK- I. J. IlItUCE. ! A SOLID TRAIN FROM Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky, to Washington City, '' great vehemence. ton ilerali'. I This request caused some coneternation number of trees it virtually Inexaustlble, among the young reporter, but they all and the gum can he produced with profit kept their word. at 13 cenlt per pound. Positive Cure for Piles. To tho people ol thla county we would say that baby iad proved itselt the we have beou given the Agsncy of Dr. Marchlsl'e extraordinary vocal power and had exoar-cise- d Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Benatot Blair, of New Hampshire, is a to cure or money refunded Internal, Bxternal, them, rruch to Johnny',) annoyanca. He wants the Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 60o a box. model republican statesman. Oae day he said lo his mother: government to spend hundreds of milliocs For ealo by Penny A McAlliter, Druggists, "Ma, little brother came from heaven, educating everybody and other hundreds of Daughters, Wives and Mothers. didn't ha?" millions pensioning everybody. He wants We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil'a "Yes, dear " a Female ltemody, t cure Ferrate laws so formed that nobody will have a Johnny was ailent for some time and the auchas Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and right to take a drink of liquor, and he It in then went on. Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaceme-i- t or bearing favor of a constitutional amendment pro- down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot "8 iv, ma." suffrage. If the millen- Llfe,Leuchorrhcia, besides many weaknesses springviding for female "What is tt.Johnnt?" ba legislated into existence Blair ing from the above, like Ueadacho, Bloating, Spi"I don't blame the angtU for bouncing nium can Louisville nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, is tho very man to do It. him, do you." -- Merchant Traveler. s. Palpitation of tho UcArt, Ac. For eale by Timet. Prices tl and tl SO per bottle. Send to Dr. "Gentlemen," he said lo the reporters, as India rubber ia menaced with a rival, J. B. Marchlsl, Ullca, N. V., for pamphlet, frco. tlieeheritl put the knot where it would do The rubber dealers of eastern Nicaragua For sale hv Penny A McAUater, Druzf ttu. tbe most gocd, ' will you grant me one last think they havo discovered a tree whose request before I dii?" gum will give as much eatiefsctlon as rub Tho reporters, to a man, iaid they would. her, and will, in fact, take Its place. They When Baby was alck, wo gave herCaatoria, "Then write me dowu aa haying been aay that tne milk of tho tuno furnlohes a When aho was a Child, ehe cried for Castor!, equal to the simply 'hanged,' not 'launched into eterni- moat excellent gutta-perchWhen ahe became Miss, ehe clan; to Caetoria, ' I'm no dude." In the eistern lioplcs, while the ty beet found When abo hid Children, sbo gave them Caatoria. The A mi em not to Blame poeior The Mexican border it ir.ll itiml with tho war fever. Ileligioti bigotry is making the streets of Belfast to run with blood. The fisharies nuetion again stirs up discord on our northern border. The CrJt of the dynamite Thugs who h'ave done their atrocious work in this free republic nro on trial at Chicago. The Labor organizations are agitated by intealioe quarrels which may bring to naught all their long and painful eflorts at combination aud compel them to build anew from the foundation, Toe democracy and tho aristocracy of England, the Ihem-solv- e The new masses, and the clateei, are girding for mortal conflict. of "o Tho Direct Route to Lynchburg. Dsdvllln, Norfolk and all Virginia -- Xo ,wtU vatvuua 1U1UIS, Nick ! Forticketi and further Information, apply to jvui t.noiv A.An I lu these tight times each buyer should consult ma. flan art tictui umce or aujrcsi w. W. Mon- bis own Interests. Why should you give one merchant 50c for an article when you can buy tho d Ice President, same thing from another lor 40c. To do this Is cot oen'l Paas'r Ac't Rlrhmnnd. Virginia. Justice to yourself or family. In tbe next place, you should be lure to get goad article. Poor good, are dear at any price Nowhere is thla more so than In Medicines. You might as well pay fiOc an ounce lor aaw dust as for Inert medlclnrs. Bourne has lust recolTedhli large stock ol MedConcert Grand, icines of all kinds. Krery article fresh from the manufacturers. He now has tbe nicest aod cheapParlor Grand, est selection of fancy goods, snow caao articles, Ac, Baby Grand, Ac. The celebrated Lamare'a Spertaclee and eye glassci a specialty. The but brands ol mixed Upright Grand, paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, sewing machine goods, anglers' good, artiste' Square Grand. goods, chromoa. frames, lamps, ot "O mamma, you'd be surprised to know all kinds, stationery, a tnousacdbrushes, bvks tbe We are opening the most carefully selected, the articles for how dumb Bassie Barton is. She took me dearIngrandmas, malaen aunts and tbe smartest ba- finest and twat stock of by the business -- all at into what she said was the apiary. What Dr. M. L. Bourne's New PIAXOS OKGA.VS Drut: Store, do you think I saw there?" "I don't know, titauford, Ky. Ever brought to thla city 1 very losiiument Is the pride or an artist aul rr'cca range from 10 to dear." "Why, nothing but a lot of bee i5 percent, lower tnan otiier uralers aik tor tne hives. There were no ape i there; not even lamp goods. IVrious ol muslcnl ui d art culture ari invited to an Insiitioii of itiebeaiilifiil.ciil't Call. a monkey vated, rcllned tone aud rtlst designs ol thise ceie bratcd instruments' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. il The Knabp, the Fa TbebcitSaWo Id the world torCuti. Brutaoa Bore, Bait Bheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped liions Decker & Son the Popular Evllands, Chllblalna, Corns and allBktn Eraptlons, erett and the ReIIab!o Xiyr Fjigland IS WAimANTED to cure Fever and and poaltleely cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Acuc, Intermittent or Chill Fever, I'lanos, Fever, Dumb Ague, Illllous Fever, Is guaranteed to giro perfect eattafictlon, or money Dengue (or "Brak-bone- " Fever), Liver The Celebrated Olough and Warron IS cents per box. For eale by refunded, rrlee and Complaint, aud alt diseases arising from Penny A McAUater. tho John Church & Co. Organs. Malarial poisons. An Old Citizen Speaks. Please communicate ltb us for catalogues, terms 9, 1SS4. and prices. S. BIr.J. M.Norrla, an oil cltUen of Home, Oa. "For eighteen months H. U. & M he bad been badly troubled with Kid- iitUK, Spjtlal Ag'ta. sayi that ftianfonl, Ky. Fever, creel Chills nty Complaint for a great many years aud with Or ROSE It. RICHAItl), Eczema for thrro years; at times could scarcely Chills every other day. P. Pciuv. References- Mr. K. M. Carren- M walk, and bad tried many rouiedlc without benPhilips. Muore and Baa. various remedies ter, J. Al. or ; Mis.J Mag t, H.iluits James OrchAfter loy, Slan efit, before be began taklDg Klectrlc BIttora and irub ard; Gen. W J Landrail a id l recommended to cure, used Llirle Uuff-waanointing bla bands with Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, Lancast.r, Ky 13)lyr Ague- Cure, bottle Tbla treatment afforded hint great relief and be atrongly recommends Electric Bitters to all who chill. have never since eutTer with Kidney Complaints lor need a Blood Purifier. Bold by Penny A McAlliter. rrtnrAKED by Most Excellent, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. J. J. Atklna, Chief of Police, Knoxrllle, Tenn., Sold by all Druggist. writes.' "My family and, I arc benetlctarlcs of your most excellent medicine. Dr. Klug'a New Discovery for Consumption; baring (found It to bo all that you claim for It, doslre to testify to Us virtue. My friends to whom I havo rocommooded It Dr. King's New praise It at every opportunity." Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure H. Coughs, Colds, Droncbltia, Asthma, Croup and every aOVctlon of the Throat, Chest and Langs. Trial Bottles Freant Penny A McAllster'a Drug Store. The direct through line and old established routo I,argi sire. 81. VROM botjjkwxt: WIIK.NCK Fast Trains for Now York. Connecting In tbe same depot with Traveler IlcturuH ... Ail Ague Cure "narpcrs, C, July ami AYER'S IVorld-reiiounc- with having trying I suf .. lost-offlc- of dyer's - I had a EDWIN EABPER." a and u, O. & M. from i MISSISSIPPI tot. ':l Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in the West. Two (2) Daily Trains from Louisville to8t Louis. Throe (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St. Louis. Onlr lO lioitrx from Loularllle and Cincinnati Louis. Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan got a ThrouRh Slooping Car From ClDclntti TT tuSSTi i Chit r. "i4? iHiviS St Dli-ease- i, todt. Is Louis. through from LoutaTllle all other routes being and Cincinnati to Br. mado up of a couibtnatluu of small roads. ""PVira 1116 1! Otr 1Y. J. fir 'iW tbe onlr line running luK Drug-gilt- Tho Ohio A Mississippi Hallway runs Palatial a: UIrfll.-frsVsw.riterr-r T Blejiln Cars on ulgbt trains; Luxuriant Par loi Cats on day trains: KK'nnt Day Coach. es on all trains. sssam Direct and cloaa connections nro made In UNION DKI'OT with diverging lines by tbe I). A M. itailrray, thus avoiding troblesome trans The fere by othtr routes. & Railway Is tboonly lint TbeOhloA between Louisville, Cincinnati and Mt. Louu Is an Improvement on any I'uiup O' s'erawr yet under ono manegeueut, runulng all Its InveuM Th cup. deireridlna mil i.fairnnl aa- trains through solid and lo consequence cendlng full of vtter, tlrrnlaiei the air hot- Hoi tj beis recognized Kint-n.- u torn lo topof ti,i,.ru ,.r WP, rebiuTt.t twern tbosn Cities, water Apply to ticket Ageas or conntatlng lioea lor Ini all bugs, nod iw,d,riii.hwsi. .,aiV. r 7u.it color. n.l ra.iN n iii.i T"t- tsiiip has full particulars aa to rates, time. maps, clrcuhrs antmitrove.lrhi.il,; ri,.,Hatii ivi twi.ixi; ca or any desired information, or write to cup lsoldfre.l p nua riitly, and tus eal ni i llnic, ROUT. II. I'dKMAN, a Bat piece ol j.alvau'ZHl imn ' . d i not Trav. Pais. Ag't O. A M. K'y, Somerset. Ky. ., tnis. purebssea iiliii. W. . 3H ATTUC. W. M PKAItOin . V. ry miiii (Jen. Pass. Ag't, Pres. and Oen'l M.n'gr, Cmctuuitl, O. U. If. rr- s&&2&gem2 runner !iring Bucket Pumb Water Mli-lsilp- wll. - r. HIGGINi. w HOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Sif-SE!beUi!3n!mor3o- OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. NEWSPAPER OFFICE El- IN JAPAN. Asethef bond call of tea millions has been Issued by the Treasury. to a fund for Mrs. Hanoock. Aaron Hopkins, the colored W. P. WALTON. Minister to Liberia, died at his post a few r r il.'.!-- !. weeks ago. 1 T. E Sample, Car Inspector of the DEMOOHATIO TICKET. Owensboro Nashville, was run over and For Congress, killed ntar Russellvllle. JAMES B. McCREARY. The District Teachers' Institute is not being held in Somerset as stated, havlnir Of Madlion. 9 for some reason been indefinitely postpondo not suppose Congress obeerTed it, ed. We The President has appointed W. H. but when the grat hue and err for a change of tho rules of the IIouso was made Webster to be ehlef examiner of the civil laat winter, tLls psper entered a protest, be service commission. Mr. Webster is a reform. cause it wasotldcnt that the committee on publican. Now, then, tho tyjw retting. Armed with Hon. Albert Torrenre, former Regis appropriations, being responsible for the sticks nnd rules ami cony, the dozen composi tors rvnd tho last in nn earnest, sing-sonoutlay, would be les apt to countenance ter of the United States Land Office and a way, each nulling to somo Ikjx far or near extravagance than the several committees prominent republican politician of Arkanfor tho needed letter, then back ten or twelve ong which its duties were divided. The sas, is dead. bb feet to tho next ono; nil nro on tho lively beArthur is reported as history of the IIouso since tho adoption of move, rushing nnd skipping to nnd fro, right and left, up nnd down, chassc, kilnnco to the now rule proves that our fears were ing much improved in health. Ills weight partners, swing tho corners, up nnd back, has increased from 130 to 170 pounds durReviewing it, that close well founded. singing tho cow, catching ouo letUr here, anthe New York Sun, says: The ex- ing his stay at New London. other there, prancing ami dodging, humming In the storm of Thursday last, Joe nud skipping a. promenade, cotillion, Virperience of the democratic majority of the ginia reel, racquet, nud nil linnds around Forty-nin- th Congress with respect to the Riddle, a man named Ham aad a little UKn thu Niino floor at tho samo tltno and tho IN AHCXDANUE. appropriations makes two things girl were killed by lightning in the Bee annual sanio dancers in each a jwrfect inaro of very clear. First, the experiment of in- - Lick neighborhood in Pulaski. noiso and confusion, ytt out of confusion bringing printed order. It was n sight to bo Hon. John Goode, late Solicitor Gen trusting river and harbor legislation to a seen. "How many different characters are on Rivers and Harbors eral, has been appointed Government counspecial committee there in this case, nnyhowHwu asked our trials as the assistdoes not work as a safeguard against ex- sel in the guide. Then our guide asked tho nrlntors. and none could answer lietter than uyj "Notravagance. It works the other way. It ant of Judge Allen G. Thurman. body knows, sir! Nobody known many Daniel Madigsn fell from the roof of a, piles up the millions. The Committee on wousnmiv Later on we repeated the samo Rivers and Harbors should be abolished. house in New York Sunday and was killed question to n more intelligent irson, who Thomas Donovan, had his right leg broken Secondly, the change in the rules at the said: "At least 50,000." That w 111 account for tho rcmarknblo slio of tho case, nnd tho racof the present session, narrowing and was internally hurt by Madigan falling ing to and fro of tho compositor. the functions of the Committee on Appro upon him. Just why they intono their copy nil the The proposition for a subscription of priations and distributing the appropriawhilo was not inado so clear other than tho remark that it was tho custom. Tokio montion bills among other committee;, was a $100,000 from Anderson county to secure Oftho IlCHt MhIum. opolizes tho Japan newspaper buslnrftt, there mistake. It has resulted in increased ex- the Louisville Southern caane to a conclubeing only ono other txrtnt Kofu In nutern penditure, divided responsibility, loss of sion Saturday by a special election la which Japan, where newspapers are printed. Th action it was defeated. definite, systematic, masses or tho poqplo are nblo to read In tbelr Prof. J, W. Dodd, L. L. D., ol Vander own way, but comparatively few can grasp ea questions of voting money out of ihe Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. the full flow of ChincM) characters. In point treasury. The old powers of the committee bllt University, died Sunday evening at of illiteracy, the statUtics placo this nation nt the residence of Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, at Willis Adams, Jr., and L. B. on appropriations should be restored. only 7 per cent or next to Itm aria, which U Frankfort. He was one of the foremost both came to town Friday and surrendered tho lowest on tho list. Electrical Reviow, an interview with Commonwealth's Is' themselyesto the Judge of the Circuit educators of the South. Attorney R. C. Warren yesterday, he stated Smut Drift on tho llattlc Sliore. Bell, the Washington photographer Court. They executed bonds, Adams In On the south shore of tho llnltic tho sins of that his friends in yarious parts of the dis- who sells Miss Cleveland's pictures, says the sum of $500 and Carter $1,000, each in CHEAPEST AND IIENT reckless forefathers ore trict had written him of gross irregulari- he is printing 500 copies per day and can two cases. Carter will apply for a change upon their descendants being cruelly vlslUsl Two hundred years ties in the election and in some cases of abnot keep up with his orders. New York of venue to another county, claiming that ago the coasts of IVussia were defended by a bulwark of magnificent beech forosts, that solute fraud, all of which he intended sends most of tho orders. political feeling la so high here that he resisted tho inroads of flood nnd dunes; but personally to investigate, and if substantia trial, The receipts of the government since can not obtain a fair and impartial about tho time of tho great elector tho ted beyond question, he would contest the July 1 have been nearly $4,000,000 in U The lightning and rain were yery se- work of devastation liegan and continued election, otherwise he would not. He had of the receipts during the same period vere in this county Thursday. In the until some 10,000 square miles of woodland bad been turned into naked sandhill. Now come out of the race with credit and in the last year. Thete figures are taken as an southern ond of the county lightning struck nature is getting her revenge. Year after face of a large majority against his party Reynolds. year tho mm and strong Hoods lwvo washed indication of the good state of business and killed a daughter of Willis had, even with the alltged frauds, come throughout the country. For Ihe Ilerry Hen-ot- i. Several other members of the family were out the remaining vegctablo film of theso hills, within a few score of votes of being elected. leaving nothing but sand and gravel, "We, democrats of Texas, express our quite seriously shocked. In the same lo- gradually accumulated In towering which dunes, He could not afford to take the effics ex- hearty satisfaction with tho administration cality George Procter's house was struck nnd nt last invaded thu landward lettlemonts cept under the clearest title, nor would he Two members of with n perfect avalnncho of drift snmL of our distinguished President, the Hon, and torn to the ground. submit his party to'any reproach by a re- Grover Seen from the vlllngo of Sehwnrwirt, fifty Cleveland, and testify our confi the family were In the house, but were not miles northeast of Koenfgslerg, tho destructort to a contest, unless it was plain that dence in his ability, purity and integrity." dangerously injured. tion dealing sand ridgu loom up to a height the will of the people had been defeated by M. V. Wileey recovered a verdict of of 120 feet, naked and steep, ever rblng by From platform just adopted. joi: r. wati:hn. ' the grossest fraud. A truer man nor a betM.C.HIMHES. Expert actuaries computo that within $2,500 against the Louisville & Nashville additional deposits brought in by tho sand ter democrat never lived than Dick War- the next 25 years the United States pension Railroad in the Circuit Court, for being laden sea stonm, ami ever threatening to discharge thoo deKslts upon tho wnit'-r- ni valren and his fi Sends may rest assured he will roll will cost tax payers of America more ejected from one of the defendant's trains. leys. Tho Usher hamlet of Altuegeln runt , do only what is absolutely correct in the than 2,000,000,000, a greater sum than Wileey left the train for which he had purKnrwaiUn wire mibnurpd by a matter. He 'left yesterday for bomersot England has expended upon her military chased a ticket, the conductor declining to singlo storm, and the little town of 1'ilkuppt n had twice to lie moved, with nil (In building and other points in the district and will reestablishment during the last quarter of a give him a stop over ticket. Boarding anand fence. Tho remaining vesilgeti of tho serve his decision in the matter till after a century. other train the following day, he offered ancient uoodlajuU are unable to ttay tlwmU-chiethorough investigation. A lino forest near Bchwarzort lias The story comes from Chattanooga the former conductor's check In lieu of his seems strange, considering how exact- that Miss Belle Clayton gave birth to a fare, which was declined. Oa hia refusal been turned into a sand Kink, crow ned by tho withered tops of liocch treui, which n year's ing are its duties, that when a man once child which she and her brother, to hide to pay he was ejected from the train; henre work of tho entire const imputation would fail to rescue from their saitd grimI)r gets into the business of newspaper making her shame, buried alive. The brother has the suit. The soil was for $10,000. Felix U Owwnld. he can rarely ever give it up entirely until been arrested and is in danger cf being LAND. STOCK AND CROP I'artirnliir of u Curloiit DUroier). hla toes are tucked under the daieee. Capt. lynched, while Mils Clayton appears to Great intercut U felt throughout Italy in WallaceGruelle ia the latest example of the have made her escape. 1 breeding ewes. For Sale. 300 No. tho condition of a man named Hiiorl, who " fact. A little over a year ago he gave up the A story of the sea, brought to Port- A. T. Nunnelley. lives nt Fori!, in the ltoningna, and whons-sert- s tlwt lie lnw discovered in the cmirvoof Breckinridge jYwj to accept the position of land, Me , is to the effect that the crew of Pure-br- ed yearling Southdown bucks Ids travel through n great jtart of Africa n Gross at a schooner, becoming crary drunk on rum, for sale by F. Reld, Stanford, Ky. deputy marshal under Captain 4' . sort of liquor extracted front various herl $2,000 a year, llut he has ever since sigh- mutinied and running the vessel on the A.T. Nunnelley sold to D. N. Prewiu which Imih tli" elTeit of "muinmlf j nig" the ed to be back with the boys, who will be rocks, sunk her, all on board being lost. In 66 head 190 pound hogs at 4 cents, Ixxly, so to sjienk, nnd reixlering it Insensible delighted to know that he has bought the the disturbance the captain shot and killed yoke of work to any kind of want, such as hunger or Foil Sale. A first-cla- ss thint; whiloit willailmltof n person taking Idtchfield Sunbeam, resigned bis position three of the mutineers. cattle. Apply to R. E. Barrow, or Master-eo- n any xLson, however iotent, w ithout feeling and will soon again let loose the pent up The superintendent of public echools any ill circcts. A commHtco of the lnhal Peyton. wit and humor that a year's vacation has in Bullitt county attempted to bring the "J. D." a fine trotter belonging to Joe Jtante of Fori! lm.-- . lvn formed, nt hi rquit, kept from the world, Captain, we salute white and negro teachers together in an In- Qalssenberry at Paris has been sold to a to watch the cxivruuenU whkh ho U making upon himself, and several doctors who exyoul stitute, but the white teachers very natur- Rochester horseman for $7,000. amined hrm have stated that tho caso U n very u i .! ji u. itrat -- mr o ii u. j, tLjSsrSJ' curious one, nnd that they cannot detect any Fou Sale. Eight yearling thoroughThe statement is printed and backed up ally revolted at such an attempt and broke f rauiL Hucel takes nothing but four glasses the thing up. That superintendent had bred Southdown bucks and 7 buck Iamb. WILL MCDONALD WATEflP, Htlestmn by evidence that Col. R. M. Kelly, during ITATI.'KS A NE.tltK.V of water n day, and says that ho feels very his encumbency of the position of pension better cross over on the other side of the J. E. Cawon, Crab Orchard, Ky. welL At tho request of 1W. Femzzl. of tho George W. Csyce, of Beverly, had a Bologna Academy of Medicine, ho has started flgem, got osoiiO.'U behind in nis ac- Ohio, where the civil rights bill is in force. News. field of 9 acres of white wheat from which for that city, where ho proiios,s to go through counts with the government, which amount A. M. Keily, whose appointment as he harvested 525 bushels, an average of 58) nnother course of fasting and to taka poison. was made good by his sureties and tho conNew Orleans Hopkinsvllle South tributions of bis friends. We had always Minister to Austria caueed a good deal of bushels per acre. llnr JcxcpU Cook l'nsies the Time looked upon Col. Kelly as tho embodiment comment on account of that government Kentuckian. Joseph Cook lm tho summer on his Wm. Moreland bought of Andy Tuck-e- r bjen mistaken declining to receive him, owing to Mrs. of honesty and if we have paternal farm and birthplace, in the encliant-in- g 13 head of 950 pound cattle at 3 cts, end we shall fee! like exclaiming, "There is no Keiiy's being a Jewess, has been appointvalley of tho trout brook on the delightful DSALBIS IM ed by the President to represent the Uni- of David Stephenson 4, averaging 1,000 lbs , drivo from Ticonderoga to Haguo. llts has a honest republicar; no not one." ted States on the bench of a sort of consoli- at $2 90. He has also bought about 500 large income, and has built a lino residenco Drugs, Books, Stationery and -s adjoining tho old homestead. His library, An anomalous state of affairs exists in dated court of all nations that sits at Con- head of sheep in this county at 2 to 2Jc. S. WA. Fancy Articles. ulthough not so large as at I!oton, Is exten-the gubernatorial race in Tennessee. The stantinople. sive. A unlmio feature of his establishment Had it Bad. republicans had previously nominated Alf Mrs. 8 J. Robinson, of Somerville, is n newspaper room fifteen feet square, threo Phyilcl ti' recrlptlot tccuutrty roinpoUDdrd, AUo To tho Editor of tbs Interior Journal. Taylor for governor and Friday the demo Mass., is in jail at that place on the charge sides of which are lined with Miclvui for the One who attended the Grand Military reception and classification of japers, which crats conferred a similar honor on his broth- of murder. It is thought that Mrs. Robinevery quarter er, R. L, Taylor. Uith are strong parti- son is responsible for the poisoning of more Ball at Crab Orchard hands us the follow- ho receives fromtables render it of tho globe, whllo convenient an easy matsans and the joint canyesj will be a warm than 100 persons, including members of ing interesting description of the many ter to open and examlno any Journal desired. The Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks, of female loveliness and Upon tho roof of tho homo are two towuis, In one, though personal and family matters, it her own family. If she killed just one per- rare specimens Jewelry and 8ilvorware beauty, who were in attendance on that each of which is n banctum Miiietoruni, occuia cafe to predict, will be left out of the dis- son who asked, "Is this hot enough for pied respectively by Mr. and Mrs. Cook, and Erer bought to occasion: He says their comtblimirkft rrlo-- i Lowor than cussions. you?'' we hope the jury will take her prov- memorable reached by a sliding trapdoor. "When I go the LowfM. WalchM, Clockt and Jewelry R- plexions were of velvety softness, white and to my study," wys Mr. Cook, "tho world 1jc rtlrod od ihort notlco ami Warranted. We urge all patriots to discountenance ocation into consideration, Courier-Journa- l. clear as the finest Parian, and bsneath low is shut out and buried, and it is undertalk of a war with Mexico. In Boston fwhose polished surface the delicate tracery stood that I nm not to be disturbed." Mrs. inancial circles ench a war would be a godExclusive of the damage to lumber inCook Is also a scholarly lady, and punues her of each vein and artery were distinctly vis studies with unflagging real. Troy 1'ress. send. In tho Southwest it would gratify terest, the forest fires in Wisconslou are eseyebrows were exquisitely pen the rough element which is not yet in ac- timated to have damaged property worth bie. Their The ltiiaftlun Kinplrc'n I'rnltentturlea. ciled and the long silken Isshes, shaded and fences. Bat it $1,160,000 The number of homeless famcord with railroads The Russian empire contains bSt ienltcu-tiar- y orbs, dark as the moonleps night, that woalJ throw the finances of America once ilies is estimated at 700, representing 3 500 establishments (nt least that U tho numg when charmed and fascinated alike ber of which tho administrator of prisons saore into the hands cf Wall street, people. The loss to the cranberry interest in anger or glowing with the blesj publishes any account Their occupants on whence they are now almost emerging. ia put at $200,000. Cattle and horses pered light of an honest and holy love. Maeats tho 1st of January last year numbered 01,515 ished by the hundred, either from thirst or J Currant. of luxuriant hair, black as the plumage of of both sexes, an excess of nearly 8 iter cent tho preceding twclvo returns Ruckek, the editor of a mongrel sheet at suffocation. It does not appear that any the raven, fell in long ringlets and plaits abovo tho Of these ofpersons, months. tho ordinary disturbing his alleged human lives were lost. Somerset, is still down their finely arched necks and over houses of detention contained 08,000, tho conGen, C, C, Augur, retired, of the vict prisons (1,600, the reformatories 8,000, tho tmd about what ho chooses to term the their nicely rounded busts and shoulders was shot four times by a negro prisons In Poland 8,000. The proportion of Lincoln county bosses. The trouble with Teeth of pearly whitenees, and formed of women was less 10 per cent, of tho Rocker is that be is a hebetudinous crank, named Wm. Pope in Washington Sunday small but elegant proportions, and neatly, whole, but in thethan kingdom of Poland the is affected with phantasmago- last. Pope and a companion were standing turned feet and anklet; all were dressed in women amounted to 10 per cent, of tho IncarTrhoee vision in front of Gen, Augur's residence using (pi obably ria. the latest, most gorgeous and f elect style, cerated political owing to their participation in agitation). Nearly 750,000 NinssoN, that sweet singer, profane and vulgar language. When or and wore jewels that (hone with a brillianChbotine arrests tako place in the year. New York dered to move on they refused, and when upon whom the breath of scandal never cy that reminded one of the twinnliog stais Sun. zested, was married in Pans last week to Gen. Augur attempted to force them to of the heaven. This ravishing display EC. The Kflwiglrl of Mexico City. Count Miranda, of Spain, and will sing no leave Pope shot him. It is not thought completes the picture and formed a tout Tho nowslioya in tho City of Mexico nro all more in public. A funny paper Bays that that his wounds are fatal. not often seen at health resorts, and girls, and when thoy ncisast a customer thoy toy nothing, but just hold up tho paper, nnd eke will deyotn her time hereafter to lecturone that will never ha forgotten b? thoeo It sells at sight CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY ing. who were fortunate cnouRh to be prequt Elchtoon Professors nnd Instructors. M. Cardinal Gibbons' red bat ccst him no lesj Mrs. H. L. Steger will for tho next two and witnessed it. Gov. Leslie seems to have given up all Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering.Glassical, Normal School, $20,003. the tlnn Sunday's hopei of a reversal of the result of hia late weeks sell any or all of her millinery stock Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. for judge in the 7.h district y n at cost. It will greatly oblige her If all cut and biography of S. V. Wesley, a Tex defeat L.UUNIY AmJIN I btb KhUtlVbU TUITION The regular appropriations miide by lall term tioglna ttcjjt. cestest, for he has already applied for one those indebted to her will call in the same as cowboy, who is creating quite a stir as 8tll, 1HS6. For Cntn1og;uc nnj other lnfornutlon 17-saUij. judgeships, Territory tiaeand r XU4 t iot ap jttfl QOO.OUO. Aoi uu MMhe A4Ureb J.UICft K. IMTTKUtbOr, I'll. D X,CIlituU, IContMcli. uto..at lu lu; Wett. -- Stanford, XyM August 17, 1S86 The Southern people have contributed $ 10.396.60 Moses - Pan-Electr- d Prof..Gelea liana and family, of icit, Miss., returned to their home yesterday, after a visit to friends here. G. P. Turner wishes to sell his floe farm of 292 acres, one mile from the Dju-vlll- e and Perryvllle pikes. In the West Eod. Wm. Minor, a youth of 19 from tho West End, was brought to town yesterday morning to be taken to the Asylum. He is a son of John Minor and seem, to bo badly demented. A baie ball gamo between the Dan-vllland Nlcholasvllles was won by the latter; score 0 to 4, The Hendersons play and the Dinvllles here next day. In the county court yesterday morning an inventory appraisement of the estate of Mrs. A. E. Hutchison was filed and ordered to record; also settlements of D. H. Yei-eeguardian of Jesslo and Fannie Schof fen. The Louisville paper that "keeps on" after Mr. John W. Yerkcs because he hap pened to be defeated in the late race for the Superior Couit Judgeship, is informed that Mr. Yeikesis not a candidate for Attorney General or anything else. Mr. W. W. Penn, of Junction City, was in town Saturday arranging one of thoe excursions to leading points big half-far- e in the Southwest. Mr. Penn is very proficient in his business and constantly growing in popularity with the traveling public. A child of James Ludwick, on Salt River, near Nevada, was killed by lightning Thursday evening. His father and Dr. Phelps little son were made insensible by the same stroke. Daring the same storm a straw stack on the farm of George mr-ma- n was burned up by lightning. The threshers had lust taken the wheat from the straw when the lightning struck V. r, A TToBderfnl Typo Cute-- " A Tcrfort aiaia of No I no nnd Confuilou. The office of The Mlchl-NlcShlnbun. a Japanese newspatwr, k thus described) Tho feature of the Bhlnbun ofllco wa- - its typo case for there was onlyono of body tyio, nnd audi n typo caso I It ii divided for utility Into two sootlous, sloping toward nn nlley five foot wldo. Ench section Is four feet wido by thirty fwt long four by sixty. There's a news caso for you t This Is divided Into small compartments or boxes, Into which the typo Is laid In regular piles, several plies inn box, with faces all toward tho composi tors, mostly boys, big and little. Each holila n wooden "stick" w Ith brass rule. The typo is all of a sire: tho "stick" Is not sot to tho measure of tho column, which Is twenty ems pica, but to about half tho measure it being tho business of tho other workmen to lmposo tho lines in columns, toko proof ami uinko up 1. :ili GROCER, 7 MAIN & SOMERSET STS tawfoi cl, K!y. g FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS MOWING BLADES & BRIER SCYTHES Crtr FLAVORING EXTRACTS! 1 ex-ce- ss SEVERAL ' GRADES OF SUGAR The Best Goods at the Loracst Prices L lib-rall- y WATERSriWEAREN f. It - -- j J.J.-3TTT- tZtHJ Times-Uumocru- t. rMl!,1J- - & WJMriw PHARMACISTS, fMM fifes? fipvv,!S JEWELERS. i v Wall Paper, kin-idlin- Furniture, regu-lar'arm- Cases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. Fuirand Complete Stock of the above and prices B. WEAREIVr, Ue Stanford. fTATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Courier-Jburnncontal- W-.U- nt.a 1. N .V. "Boy or gir ?" inquired the reporter. JiU ..?.., ... Why, a boy. Been Attention, iVealled to the announce married reven yeaic and thfs fs my first of Anguat 17, 1886 meat of Prof. Abnw.RpRers' school. Stanford, Xy., the male ptrtuasfon. Djn't you think I ought to be proiin? Cleveland may be a of tall I am dally receiving bigger man than I am, but lie don't feel any UuBlnoas Mdafaor. goods and would be glad to have you call X. O. WALTON, heavier. Yes, be cam yesterday afternoon " examine, II, C. Runley. and and I exptot soon to have him checking t. Aft. LOCAL TIME CARD. Toe Stanford Nine In charRO of Capt. out a run under Mr Nixon, who has besn Staltcup went up to Crab Orchard Satur agent here for the pist 15 years.' " North ...... Mill train flsc !5 r. ' 8oulh day and beat the nine there 1 td 1, Oaly Mrs. Nield met her engagement 8itur L2SA,si . KcvrMitraln" Bonlh...-- .. day night at tho Christian church, with a 3 18 A. Mi four innings were played ' Kwh . " .mm HoIit fair a'liid audience, whfch xhe held enchanc-e- d ALL persons having claims against the aa li about 30 talauUs tular. by her magnetic and mysterious clo ivies-- , dee'd , are request estate of T. T. D quence. Her appilntment for Sunday i s ed to present them to me propsrly verified LOCAL NOTICES. for the Baptist ohuro.b, but the desire to immediately. J B. Paxton, adm'r. hear her had become no treat that Prof sj Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehor HI lotlw and warranted bf Penny A McAlls William" at t..e Christian and Rev. J. C. John Ckai'MAN, who killed George El. liott on election day In Casey county, wae Randolph, of the Presbyterian church, both il Boy the Haas lloj Remedy, the oriel-arecslled their appointments in order to and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - caught last week but succeeded in Retting Pain-Cur- er away from hlscsptons before being lodged give nil th people a:i opportunity. As the is A complete Mock of Jewelry, latest Injill. Baptist church Is small, a deputation was ityle. Rockford watches a specialty. Pen-o- y sent to Mrs. N requesting her to change The K. C. offsra low rates for three atA McAltsler. Mn. Smith Irwin, green iitla merTelltcux; dia her appointment to the- - Christian church, at Cynthianathe monds. traction: which hss much greater seating captcity. e Fifth Annual Ho union of the Orphan PERSONAL. Mn. J. E. Duke, blue aatln fjaUrd; dlamonli. alike emboiitd Telret, This was effected and she ascended the week the MIu MSry Brown, blue will occur, and during the platform. The large audience-rooCol. D. O Hlauohtek was here wa Maysville Fair will be helJ. Next week, point lace; diamonds. MIm Babra Pennington, white illk mu'l, point filled almost to Its utmost capacity. terday. It was beginning the 24th and listing tilt the 2Stb, diamonds. MEKCUAM TA1XOK. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bavohman are the Latonla Fair, with its varied attract- lite; fiallla Van Devetr, cream Oriental lace an interesting sight to see that vatt assemMill bly spell bound by the clear, ringing acat Hale's Well. will hold OTtr blue surah illk; diamonds. ions, including races each day, MR8 Price, of LialifUle, Is with cents of that slight "d girlish I .oking fig MIu Daliy Burnilde, white Orlintal lace, the boards. I bare received and itlll receiving trlmuilogi; diamond!. Miss Llccle Beaxley. ure, or thrilled by the strange eloquence, Mra. W. P. Walton, plaid uuilin, Medici lacs; The State troop- - struck tents at Crab Or Miss Bessie Hauiiij, of LiulsTllle, which, new and brilliant and winning, shed chard yesterday and left on a special train for diamonds. I a peculiar light upon n subject to long re with friends here. brocaded Telret. Mrs.T. It Walton, h'aek The encampment his been both en Mrs Marv Dunn and eor, Tony, are home. MIu Emma Sautter, crram crepe de chene; nat- garded as tame, hackneyed and exhaus'rd, ' joyable and profitable to them and a source ural flower!. Comprising tbe best In tho market, which will tx-If the probibltiooids wish to win, let.them at Mrs. Martha lxton'e, of much pleasure to all who have visited MIu Kllen Wearan, blue satin. Mtsj Rachel Warner, of Loulsfille, send out a force like Mrs. N. and the field Qotton Up in Btylo and Mako Second to ft ono in City or Country. Mrs. John J. MoUobcrti. bla:k illk; dlamoudi, the Springs. Tbey are as nice a lot of men is theirs. The circumstances under which was the guest of Mill It. Bmlley. Give 5Xo a Trial. tocethcr, and the (lowers. Maj.Tueo. Kino haa returned from aa wera erer eathered Mra.W.U. Welch, white illk, embroidered; Mrs, Nleid appeared were peculiarly trying z Owsley Guarda were the peers of the best dlamonda. for a sensitive woman Almost a total a lenethr atay nt Rock Otalte Bprlngi. of them. Cipt. Kinnatrd is to be congratMr. Marr Bowman, black illk, dliunnJi, nat sttanper tn the. audience and the etirround- Mr. W. R Veatcii, of Washington commanding so excellent and to ural flowers. Ings, aware that curiosity to see and bear county, I with her ftther, Mr. F. G. Brf ulated on MIu Luey Tate, white illk; natural flowsri. a company. TUOS. METCALF. JOIIN B. FOSTER. fl)w- - the novelty of a female lecturer, had drawn Mln Bhoda Tortman, cream illk; natural Jr. most, perhaps, of tbe assembly, Impressed Mr. A. Okfctt aud wife, of Lebanon, who has been eluding arrest ra. Tom Fish, MIm Mary Helm, blue mull, lace overdrew. with the idea that both her mission and her are the guests of Mr. and Mra. W. Q. Rtn- - since last circuit court, was surprised by Lancaster waa represented aa follows: theme were ttnpopalir, surrounded on the FriSherifl Menefte and Jailer Newland Rice, aibm ol roses Telret; natural Mra. preachers, platform by three ol I iron-clMeans. H. M WliitlTE and J. T. day night as he wsa watching a game of flowari. A. II. tn Louis-Titl- billiards at Crab Orchard Springs and capCarson are spending a few day MIm Leila Markibury, old gold latin train; nat- one of whom was her ancient mentor,whom she knew to have held to the dogma that tured. When be saw the sheriff he took ural flowcri. Mrs M, D. Elmore and Miia Nannie to his heels, but that officer being rather MIm Altte Markibury, blue aatln, embroidered; it was unbecoming and indecorous for a ia dy to appesr upon a public rostrum, she Mam are flatting relatlrrs at Campbells fleet of foot himself, soon got the better of dlamonda. LaaJnm, pink albatroii, lacs. MIm Katie Tille. Mrs. II. M. Burdett, broods Telret; pjarla and yet delivered her messtge with a coolness, the race and Mr. Fish was a prisoner. clearness, dignity and propriety which Mrs. E M. CAr.rESTr.n and daughters, There are two Indictments agalnt him, one natural flowers. Mia Mollis Burdett, black illk; dlamondi. would have been honorable to the ssgest Misses Jennie and Ditle, are at Crab Or for trespass at.d the other for a breach of the ANDMrs. J. W. Sweeney, crlmion velvet; dlamondi. Senator In the land. Her grandest trichard. and as they are not charges which peace Mra. J. P. Sandller, black illk; rubles. . of Crab 0. carry great punishment with thsm on conwas when the same mentor approach Mus Jennie Bcciiana:', Of tho large number from Louisville, we umph ed her at the close of her address ind in chard, has gone to MaTStllle to spend a viction, if Is etrange that he gave the offi note the following: few weeks, Maud Woylion, white illk n.ull; yellow heartfelt accent which thrilled throughout trouble at all. He was allowed to MIm cers ior the assembly, thanked her 'or her perform roaea. J. II. LtriNOSTON and f stnlly, of Flor-Id- give bond in $100. Nn. W. T. Grant, whlto lace over pink lalln; ance, expressed his trratitude that be bad fUIUnjj hit brother, Elder J. 0. are Col. D. G. SLAUonTER announces a spe- dlamondi. lived to heir her, ac'rnswledged that the LtrlngBton. MIu Belle Haldemin, crimson illk, with point cial reduction in prices and a list of attrac(mt-n tn save the , o the Gilberts Mm Annie lace orerdreas and flunces; poarli and dlamonda. time had come lor tions that muit Gtl his popular resort till work nd inCreek ncicuborhood, has been the guest of MIm Jennie Grainger, white silk, lace; dlamondi world, endomd he.mil bi-- r its close, September 25 Beginning Au- and natural flower. voked the divine bleesiog on her enterprise Miss Minnie Btraub. MIu Sua Hnrder. white lice: dlamondi. gust 21th, he will take boarders at SO per MlM MARY BltONAUOII, of Nlcholas-vitl- e, Mn. E.P. Hawei.CrJb Orchard, wnue bwiii, Low Rates to the Fair. per week, Sarlo'a Band will return; there Is here on a tliit to her telatlfes, Dt. ornament!, dlamonda and natural The L. A N. R R. will sell round-tr- ip All of our Sugar wa bought bifore the ajranceanj can beiold at tbrMineuM price. Our will be a dance every night, a grand ball floweri. and Mrs. G. W. Brontugb. I and plcnto Siturdar, September 1th; the MIu Mai Adami, Mt. Vtrnon, green illk; dla- tickets at cents per mile to visitors to the Diu IIuou IIeiii and Mwers. W. E Bowling Qreen Fair, from Louisville, Stanband and the guet will go to Paint Lick mondi. Yarnon and J T. Cralc srent sererit dajs In addition to the above we noticed Mr. ford, Greensburg, Nashville, Henderson, September 10th where a grand bill will be ,.. t a t ... . v;. ,. . . . at Crab 0cbard Bprlnu. nerrui, .ire. o. j. Dvrci Clarksville, Owen.ba.-o-, Adairville, Glasgiven In his largo halt there; an experlooc snd Mr. Newland, of Stanford, ed dancing (etcher haa ben specially Miss Maooib Mrs. Steele Btlley and other ladles, besides gow, Russellville aud intermediate points. of our noie with bixet f.ir that IiTery cheap. We hare recently reflttid , i, is Yiiltlng Mrs, J M. Brown and other to guests free of nearly all of the society young men. The Sale of tickets will commence August 31 it, uniurpaisea for beauty and ccnTenicoce. OarQUEEN.lA HE, coiiiimtu if lum-- hu.li,... to give l.n at this place- .- CarlUlo Mercury. we e.m wtliion i w "lee Governor's Bill ceding with trains arriving at Bswling b Bet, la oxcellent. Theie goodi are bought from rim tunJi cbtrge and lastly and by no meins leastly next big event will be the onlr aik you to call and examine joodi. Miss Mamie anii Hallie Chenault Btothcr Barnes is expected to hold a on the 27th. Green September l.b, and good returning Tort Scott, Kansas, arrived on a visit to week's meeting. Buiuly this extraordinary of till September O.h Everybody should atRELIGIOUS. friends here yesterday. They are both list of attractions can not fail to draw a tend the biggrei and best fair ia the titme looking splendidly. -- Hev. G W. Perryman will fill Rer. J. Racing daily. large crowd. Tho dancing teicbcr referred the distinguished u Herts at to is the AMOK" Madam L. Louis. On M. Ilmce'd pulpit next Sunday. JEW AnVKBTIKCJJESTh. Crab Orchard are Gov. acd Mra. Knott and an J after October 1st, Col. Slaughter can Mr Mlyoshi, a native of Japan lecturGen. Simon Bjlllrar Buckner, wife nod 61- - be found at Paint Lick, whero he will be ed Sunday night at Walnut Flat to a hrge mon B)llivar,Jr., the latter lew than a prepared to serve the public in the goods audience on the manner?, customs, Ac, of -- MATRON. month old. where he will also open a hotel his native country, He will lecture at the line and The following are the additional arrW-si- s and llyery stable. Prcebyler'an church here at S o'clock this and AT STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE, at HaleV Well: Rev. Mr. Surber evening All are cordially invited. In the diecUMton of the question in the wife, of Ml. S.erlinir, 8 W. Givens, Mlwi E:d. J. Q. Livingston writes that he ' A Lady with a daughter to educate preferred. Dealen d all klna of Kate Hall, Liccio Lynn and Annie Hale, Teachera' Institute Friday cftbe value of is now conducting a wonderful revival at Mrs. Bledsoe, Mr. and Mra. Joe F. Waters the county paper as an instructor and aid Adams' School house on the head waters to teachers, the Interior Journal is of Cedar Creek, which had resulted in 10 and Mrs. B. K. Wcaren and children. Farming-Implement- s indebted to Squire John A. Chappell, the additions to Sunday. He also writes that LOCAL MATTERS. is piyoung gentleman who was elected magis- there wero 50 additions Sunday morning at Tho John Church Co. will bare ont-ano tuner In Stanford the latter part of August or trate in hh district recently by a practiMt. Olivo church, the fruits of the cooper- the (lilt of Bcpteinber. Thoie wauling tuning done OniEiivc, if you please, the handsome cally unanimous vote nnd whose legislative ative work of tho Christian church. will ploaw learo orders with MIu Bote Illchardi A Wearen. new "ad" of Waters ambitions threaten to Interfere seriously The revival service conducted by Rev. or MIu Ella Ilimaey. Satlifactlon guaranteed. H8-3I,. J. COOK. tf. Jt. Genuine Ki Ping at CO cents per pound with the plans and calculations of Hon. F.I). Hale wan removed to Gudwell'a Op" Model Grocery. fjr a very earnest plea era House on last Sunday night, on acFont Fox Bibbltt, at A. A. Warrant for and study count of the increasing congregations. The to STANFORD SEMINARY. Hays took the blue tit In for each teacher subscribe Mks Alma it. He had hlmjolf been a subscriber rev-e- n afternoon servlco Is still being held In the STANFORD, KY. the saddle ring on her brown pony at the years and had fell Its great benefits in Baptist church. Up to date 20 have made wWfltORliPVIawflaalwlllaWAaim Richmond Fair Friday. The next lesslon begins manyrespects. Mr. W. F. McClary created a profession of faith in Christ and 11 have Several seasonable rains have fallen In a smile and much opplauee by arising and been received by letter, making a total of WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 1SSO, the last lew days and it now looks like this repeating theee improvised lints: Harrodsburg Democrat. W 31. It li Important for all puplli to bo present at fie tbers a tcicher with soul to deal, lection will produce the largest corn crop the opening of tbe aeiilon, Ai It Imposes addito blmielf hath nerer rit!, Who HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. tional labor upon the Teacher for student! to ever known. come Into daises alter tbe work ot thivcarlsbo- take, I will my county no deduction will be made for any absence CO Both for my own and children's take! John Aug Williams, of Harrodsburg, Sodden Death. leom Burton, aged urttgtbe lit month. No puplli wanted but thoie Superintendent Bogle followed in a very preached in the Christian church Sunday. who will study, and will obey tho ilniple rules Thursyears, living on Sugar Creek, died ol tbe school. Mr. Woodson, generally known as No patrons wanted but those who will day evening.nfter being sick only several gratifying speech to the publisher of this with the l'rlnclpal In the iducatlon and busipaper and advised the teachers to take It, "Doc," died Sunday miming at his home He followed the hours. of their children, and will pay him for for Its merit, but to keep them. bliwork. in Casey. ness all his life and was considered one of not only SCIIBEYM, 1'atroni are requested not to ask for a reduction selves posted as to his movements and inPeacock was list heard of somewhere ot tuition. the best at that trade. are thos In every community who Ai structions, as all bin official promulgations in the region of Crab Orchard, helping Eb seem there to think Ib4t Teachers dtaerre no pay lit We observe that our friend and formtr were made through it. rTennsdy to assess somebody. their work, tuition for alt stein attil Lancaster correspondent, R. R West, E q , uttiftt bo ptilil In We had a very pleasant visit from Mr. name old iuiltn Shot -- Tsm Saunders had a olofo call haa been promoted from a $1,200 to a $!, emp'.ojed when It becomes Anaulitant wlllbe Orchard. and Mrs. Cnarlcs Neild on Saturday and necesiary to hare one. 400 clerkship In Judge Durham's" deplart-men- for his life Sitnrday night at Crab Griilti, Woo!, Seeds Feed, Con!, Ijiiuiber, Elc. Sunday. Miss Annie McKinney is visiting ISMw AllSItll fOCJ5:nS,Prlnclpol Mr. F. V. Reppert, late of Mt. Ver-no- He was drunk and making hlmsolf generalMiss Mary friends at Rogcrevllle, Tenn. ly disagreeable, when he ran across a solhas experienced a - similar honor, "GOOD ENOUG1L M, dier whom he engaged in a broil. Mr. Geo. T. Green is with relatives at Perry vtlle. Lamps ur. Although but a short notice of her lec- H. King, hearing the disturbance, went to L. Bourne was seen Sunday afternoon in filled direct by ture was made, a very large audltnce gath- prevent trouble and endcaver to ptcify Hustonville matqnerading iu a womau's THE PUSH" ered at the Christian church Sunday night Saunders, but wis met with an infuriated gossamer, with the hcod drawn over his Without Lifton Prohibition. attack from him. He warded him oil for a held. He waa more p'cturerq'ie than beau- U lfa'.en to Mrs Lnla Nelld ing the Can, Her effort is said to have exceeded even while, but Saunders finally caught him by tifut. the filling tuba corivic-HoTeachers' Institute. I have not bsen her past excellent pleas and carried tho collar and was proceeding to pound adjusting; to as secretary's notes of Frito miny a hesrt that was doubtful him, when Mr. King fired his pistol into able to eecuro the sulthotchth in the coming his aide, the bill striking a rib and glanc day's proceedings. Discussions and illusto which course to pereuo GOODlH of any Lamp. trations of the mysteries of the Square and election. ing without doing much hurt. Saunders This la thft Cubic Roots, participated in by Mesarr, JlNDUGHjW We are tot given to making excuses f jr reared and swore around for a while and moat practical DKAJLiHUH IN Hughes, Surber, McCIaiy and Barron, Mimical short comings but the spirit moyea us now was finally taken off to town. He is a danWines. FAMILV CAN DrnK8, Wall Paper, Gaines ventilated the subjects pretty gener IUMtrueuit-ntt- , Lliiuor over offered to to say tht if our patrons do not like this gerous youth, and especially so eincehiB re Chemical, Books, ally. Addresses on various topics of school lsiiiiiVw ''MfTaiiiiiW irocJiet ciKiirn, blntlouery, Paints, eaiiHM'iJ edition of the piper, they will we knqw ex- lease from the lunatic asylum, the fact of tho public. Jtill'rj , SonjiH, Tobacco, policy by Chappzll, Gaines and the SuperOUk, cuse us when it is stated that tho Vl"or his incarceration there seeming in his opinMtu'litu Perfumery, Plro Arms. IititnpH, intendent followed, after which votes of StttMHes. haa done hlo work while so elck that he ion to cite him n carte blnncho to do aa he thanks were tendered to Captain Gaines for In t'hnrsjo of Osa Our Jewelry, Sllvcrwnro nutl Optical Goods Department had to alternate between the bed and his pleases. Mr. King is ono of the quietest his able and efficient work aa conductor; EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE ONE. Thoa, who will llopalr dutches and Clocks promptly am! in the bent tablr; tho foreman his been down for thrie and most unobtrusive men we ever met, but to Thomas D. Nswland for courteous and Btylo. sr of the regular white anxious atways to avoid trouble, is MANIirAOrURIO weeks with malarts; one valuable assistance; to W. P. Walton for Qlanalaeiurlns compositors id off on a visit to his home in man enough to meet it when forced upon p jlito and kindly attentions to the Institute ouzo. another i down with the flux him. We regret to lenrn that there are sevVirginia, aud to tho Superintendent for various real NoDropnlnrrOll on thoFloororTnblo; No and our eole d?pcndenco for type setting eral young men at Crab Orchard who are which he feels Faucet to Leak or pot knocked open to waste and Imaginary virtues-f- or ,,,! nMtlm, tho nsnsr out bus beca one detracting from the good reputation that it Cortes ContonU or cause Explosions. No No Leak-BE-to heartily grateful. unless they are men Lose. Closes Perfectly AtrTlRht. compositor and tho business manager, the has been gaining and Ever Maac. No Evaporutlon Abaolutely Safe. la, . flsirBWflP I clip the following from tho San eee the error of their way Nwaalty. A Unlreranl Houanholtl1333S2JL, tatter not having set a type for six months. enough to Kom r en tin tnlrii .D'tw..teyenrn.weTenrimetrbbekreMtrM offer George and riCkSTS 03SXS (Tex), Times, and wua int tto cease to'do wrong, tho good citl-nn- s litam?a Tho good brethren and sinters will, under and " is I'nrV('liiSnr-S- , V should take rare that they do not Sue congratulations: '"I am proud,' in- ,! hni", fni1lorittcrH'll,'fHtslog"" A. J. TllWEKj the circumstances, wo are sure, pray for BIETCALF & rosxEn. the vrny Mr. Ucorgo U. Cdiuptwii, the popbring iM place into disrepute. ford and Rowland. mhicck.iitemrJ(iRal 8ix building lota for sate between Stan- - II. J. Darst. Bay-lin- e .M The Military Ball at Crab Orchard Friday night was the grandest event ever" tx perienced in that noted resort for ixtr&or dinary events. The lawa was brilliantly II lumlnated with hundreds, of Japan x 9 laa term and gas jets, while the large fining-rooin which the ball was gtyen, was fes tooned with evergreens and bunting UH it looked the very abode 6f the fairies, At 0 o'clock the orchestra, aaeisted by a detail from the Military Bind, playesl a march and thH honored couples filed Into the room, led hi Gen. John B. Castleman and Mrs. Gov. Knott. After a circuit of the room, a quad rillo was danced and the grand ball ws Inaugurated. A thousand cr more spectators and participants made up the vast crowd, a large number representing Stanford, Lancaster and the other surrounding towns. The next morning's Courier' Journal contained a full list of the ladies, and their costumes, from which we repro' duco the following as more especially interesting to this section: m, ular Fargo ExpreM messenger Time man this morning Kreeted it 3 Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S Casforia Centaur Liniment tho most wonderful the world has ever known. Bri-sad- t' H. C. RUPLEY hell-otrc- New Goods for Spring and Summer, H- a. b,tt:p:l4E-- Will-behav- ad e. estoaH & Fogtort -- ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. Low Prices a Specialty. a, Aaiii-OCK- Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, hand-ptlnte- rf . Hardware, Embracing Everything, one-ha- lf r ret-atlr- Iwl MKTOALF & FOSTER, well-know- WANTED w & ME1EFEE, - -- 1'XANO TUNKTO. cl ery, and Machin w a isJTnBw" rr Wim Mmt nt siest $as&ge89 post-and-ra- ii. Spring Wagons, Back Boards, Farm Wagftis, " t. n, TUB M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STA'GG, Stanford Ky. FAMILY OIL CAN. IgflMal PiHH KtlIa Ilk-hard- i fflnlkld wJr.Rgar. p., C An-ton- Sl uL,llJlLifl . - BteuU Cl oy CiUU aiMSM U(. Ag.uii 9- - Stwi-SStthlfiSntm- or Journal TALKING TO THE WIND. COSMOPOLn'AXISM. WHAT TRAVELERS AND EXPLORERS ARE DOING FOR THE WORLD. Cse of Tfca Past , IU THK' TOR 'BnslBtH Wicailou. AND WORLD A NOVEL FIREWORKS. PYROTECHNIC DESIGN9 PREPARED FOR THE SUMMER'S DISPLAY. Arctic Kxpeilltlons Kingdom of liKlmknf TIKn.Sut1on.rr and Dollil, ilxml 110. HSkarl Ut,Tjr-WrlilTa. anil Tltrttr ipMltlllea. Uokbara iorty Years Ago Cycling Over MW, IUr Haw. VrXaalM Uatraal4 lutm. Pat ctroi4.il aJJi.ll W. K. KM ITU, rictt. LcaU(iB,U. Dut always you yoursokf you hid, a Couplo of Continents IVIint Will be I felt you push, I heard you call, tliB End. I could not seo yourself at all DR. W. D. PBNNY, PAlftOS Steamers. Low A List of the I.ntcat and Mint Attractive all day long, O wind, DKNTI8T, rent Trip WMk Saiwaaa Haeckel In his recent travels In Ceylon tells I Kovoltlri Jnpaneio O wind, that sings so loud n song ICentuoky. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Htuntorrt, us of the happy Cinghaleae, who lies all day in Tor tho Young FotUa Hints an How his bungalow, occasionally cracking parasite O you that aro so strong and cold, to AtuIiI Dancer. to accom data n neighbor and knowing no I. Clair, Oakland Soul, Hans City. 0 blower, nro you young or old! wants. The Iden of travel has never entered Are you a boast of field and two, Mnrr Wk Say Baiwita For somo weeks past tho trade In fl rehfci head. His world Is 100 miles square, per"Or Jut a stronger child than mo! DETROIT AND CLEVELAND works has been unusually large, especially only ten. His brains nnd wit correspond haps O wind, nil day long, aTpMUt 8unday Trlpa dartnt July ajid Antuai. front, tbe west, and many novelties for pyroto his environments. Kmersou wrote a few O wind, that sings bo loud a song. technic effect bave been Introduced for tbo OUH ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLCTt years ago: "In the descrta of Borgoo, tho Hobcrt L. Stevenson. Sattaand rxaurtlaBTUkaUanitbafanaUtiad maimer's display. Among tboseara "water rock Tibboos still dwell In caves, llko cllll llnrworlts," made for use in wator only. swallows, nnd the language of theso negroes J C. 0. WMITCOMD, a.n'l Pan. Aat. EXPERIMENTS IN JUTE RAISING. Tuny Include "diving devil," Hying flsh, is comimred to tho shrieking of Imts and tho Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co floating illuminator, Roman floater, water Offlro on Ijuicnter atrrot, rxt Joor to Inra 0ETROITf MICH. I'ropttrliiK tho l'lltcr for Slnrhet Ootid wtilstling of birds. Tho Bomoos have no volcano, spray fountain, jowoled fountain, onico. Oflca hoora from 8 to II A ior Journal proper names; individuals nro called after M.anJ 1 loftr. m. Anntbetk,)uilDliltrl wher News for tho South. and, water-wbeeColored flying pigeons liavo nicknames their height or thickness, or aecoMaiy. llSI-ly- r. ara also now. Tboy fly a distance of from Tho announcement tliat n company has tho salt, the dates, tho ivory, the 100 to 210 feut and return to tbo starting leen organized in Kow York to nmko a only. But gold, of V. II. MILbCtl. point Colored aerolites aro another novel thorough experiment in juta rni&Iug in tho countries theso regions, find their way Into (11.0 8. CAUPKNTKR. where men writo laws, nnd execute feature. Tboy begin with an illumination south, U a cheerful bit of nowu. Tho comtheir will through many nations." of ilianging colors, change to a llery founpany has leased JiO.OOO ncros of land in tain, and tben.ditVbarga high in tbo air n, Madison county, Alabtunn, mid will plant it tho Bomoos nro overrun by n westward popuThlitpowtltr niTirtrlrs. A inarrtl of purity, blaring aerolite, wbtcb dually disapioars Injuto and ramie; it wiX nlso establish n lation of Mohammedan tribes; nnd a free BUto of Congo is near at baud, manned by strength Mid wholeouiUM. More einamlrl with n grand explosion. factory for preKring tho fibre for market aolc than tbe poor conqftlton crulntTy kluJi, and ciu not bo.ahorv Otbor noveltios ate twin lutoroiil rockets, It can not but ben gratification to Professor cosmopolitan l'uropeans. And thoso with the luultituJeof low teat cnoti at its highest altitude throwing out lVaU'riiou, of tlm city, who has written uud CinglmfaKO hardly comprehend whnt a visit tljut slum or pDoipiiaia powueri. eoniouiy in STAM'UBP, MMCOI.'t CO., KV. JUJTALU1KIHII I'UITDII THE BEST SHIRT IN THE WORLD two nbteroids, irbich float away in tbo air will so much in behalf ot juto culturo in tbo from Haeckel means. It is nothing less than cant. IDG Wall Htrc-- t, Now Yotlr the invasion of a cosmopolitanism that look! c and chtuio coiors in burning; coloied sontb, to see tbo indorsement of this broad, OlSce, South SldaMal Hlrt-r- t, orr I'lrat Nation-- Mil) TO OHUkft on tho whole world as brain property, nnd liv touiitains of flru drops, intermingling practical enterprise given to hU theory. al Hank. his Island! plants and seashells I anna, IncluJInz muid of the flnit through each other with kaleidoscopic elfoct; Northern capitalists have btvn brought nt tnnis tho for counting progress. of MT. SID Stock Karini In Central Krnlur-ly- , Town Loti goyVrs, or revolt lug rocket, rebuilding a last to believe that this ilbro, which is stipsr-sedln- g into data and Itceld.ncfa. Timber and Mineral Landa for Uuliflllf, Ky. What Is tho uo of Arctlo exploring expewheel of Are ascending in tbo nir, tbo man Ml on reniinlMlon. in the manufacture of so ninny others In tbe moon with a large, round, laughing kinds of cloth, can lw profitably grown in our ditions! They Involve untold suffering; nnd Her ruttlior send fer prlntisl doifrlp tlon of tbli atlou and of i.roMrtl-- i for aale. face; uolortxi eaucissons, which nro large-size- d southern htntes and ttiat wo can not only rally thy can nover hojw to reach tho pole. IM.Jw mines that first throw out n shemor of save tho 20,00i),000 n year wo now pay for Tbo value Is this, that so long ns man know! f fhould be your crowning glory. Aycr's flrn, with intermediate stars of variegatod India jute, but establish in this country a now there is another kingdom to conquer bo will down to childish tears. It is not th colored tires, and Anally oxplodo with a system of Hair Tiror will restore tho vitality mid KKNTUCHV Tho city not sit prosjiorous mnnufacturiM. heavy roport, discharging high in tbo air a of Dundee, In Scotland, lives very largely polo that is of nny vnluo, but tho effort to color of youth to hair that has become KTT. mn-And tho i)lo. Hiding in tho cars tho other fiery of hissing upon Its juto Industries, tho juto being contortions, Mechanical thin r4 faded; and, where the glauds nre and, siUirunng in every direction, with day I fell in with n plain fellow with ideas. exfrom India and manufactured for not decajed or absorbed, will cause a new E. H. BDRK8IDE, What is claimod to He had n special Interest In an open jwlar sea. trail of brilliant tiro. h:svo growth on bald heads. lo the greatest novelty ever produced In tort to nil parts of the world. Wo country, Ho believed In such a sea. Ho longed to live jut manufactures In thk TaKXIaVGTO.N, - KENTUCKY. this country in this tine are Japanese day to know It was disco ered. Ho demonstrated which are the raw material, iil-l- . aidoa,?,d Wo11 Known X of the hair be preserved to old They are shells thrown from a too, but the butts, firework this open sea to me, I felt convinced tliat are brought from tho other side of tho world, thore was such Hotol Still Maintains it8 AUGUST 31 & SEPT. 1, 2, 3 AND 4. mor.tnr to a considerable height, which oxa sea. Had it not enlarged Head tho following, from Mrs. G. ace? plodo and release figures of animals, flsh, and tills necessitates nn outlay which would this man's Imagination nnd sharpened lib High Roputntion, Norton, Somcrvllle, Msj. : " 1 have used w e could ratso our owu supplies. Compellloln opn to the World ft te. birds, dragons, and colored smoko efTects, bo saved If good Ho sailed on it every other iloy of hh AND nro reason's for bflving that wit! Acr's Ilnlr Vigor for tho past 30 years; There o wblcb float a long time in tbe air. A novelty Ilaca cti day. fcu life. It hold the Islands of his satisfaction U wo can do this. Partial experiments already and, although I am upwards of CO, my 'Sit Bhall bo deoond twained that in tbo same lino are nnlmnl-figurballoons, Uio warm current of his emotion. At home SKelal Ualni oa all rallroadi at rrdiitcd rain. to hair Is m abundant and glossy as which aro inflated with hot air. Tbey aro mado have had very satisfactory rowlt. Tho ho wns n blacksmith, with n half acre of gar Firit Day biiertborn Cattlo teraea llerelorda. UotolinthoStatolnitiFarci when I waj 25." made of colored papor in the shape of pigs, plant requires rich soil and a warm, moist dtu stutr. But ho had taken stock in the floral Hall c u the Arit day, and will bt (futconditions found in LouWl-vrand Appointnenti, or Attea- elephants, and fishes. assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hair ure of the filr. parts of Alabama, Mississippi, South Caiollna Lslandri of tho open (tutor sw, and was a costion to Comfort of .NOVCLTV roil THE YOLNO FOLKS. mopolitan. Mror will comince you of Its MAJOIl r. I. JOHNSTON, Prraldrnt. thoir Oneiti. A novelty for tbe young folks are Bengal and Georgia. Jute stalks of very larau rfn ha vJ THEN AMI NOW. powers. Mrs. M. E. Goff, Leadvflle, Col., THOMAS U MAUI IN, light books. This Is a Look of six leavos, btxti ratsed in LouUiana, and is U Claimed InlHTlie New York Tribune publUhed writes: "Two years ago, my hair having llawRAKf. n t It a crop of tho liber can bo mado with one-lia-lf with, threo stripes to .each leaf. to and fio tli It A strip or tliat almost entirely fallen out, I coumwicrd tho labor required for cotton, which w ill tliU letter: "To all the moiinivhs of Europe lcaj torn from tho book and lighted will in rcoianodtl oaa Sinns: I set out for Boklmru to ransom the y Th my the wq of Aycr's Hair Vigor. burn with a brilliant rod or green Illumina- yield twice as much money. ThN,,if it fcliall lives In.,. aarrlUd with im ".i!,",," of two officers, Stoddard and Conolly, tion. Whou asked If a great deal of injury bo practically demonstrated, w ill l of great hair is SO Inches long, fine, strong, nnd hra.daof Minra and both of them were murdered many nnd. damngo caused by tiro works every year value to tho southern states. It will givo but To at y ri)o ruilttlne ua hltbr." months previous to my departure; nnd I dc could not bo avoided if proper caro woro them two staples instead of one; it will curand strengthened tail the cultivation of cot.on, which lias been not know when this blood of mine sliall 1 ustxi :'... reporter's informant euid that tboy by tho use of spilled. I do not supplicate for my own safety ; could, iu.4 gave tho following Important carried to nn extreme, and it will make south KENTUCKY GENTBJiL fl, II Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho Its bints on u.e mbj.t: KockeU should bo ern plantations the .sent of n conro ami Mm- - but, inonnrelis! IXX),000 Persian slaves, many We will Knd l ho of them KHiplo of high talent, sigh in the youthful celor and vitality. Rev. II. P. tiro.., ho mid, trout a gutter or trough, in ple manufacturer liich will still further dl Endeavor to effect kingdom of Boklinrn. Somi-WeeklWilliamson, Davidson College, Meckleny clined at a very slight angle to leeward of j versify the industry of that region. Tho Ala 'illucOruHH fCoiKc.' Interior Journal the spectators. Floral bombshell, mines. bama entrprie will be waU'hed with Inter- - their liberation, ami 1 shall rejoice In my burg Co., N. C, writes: "I havo used Bhortaat and Qalokest Rcnto from blood has been the enuo of soutbeni planters, nnd if tho resulta grave that my batteries, fountains, and nerolites should bo i est Oer Aycr's Hair Vigor for the lot ten years. Aid the Near York World out year and a tral KeatuAy to all Point- - North, placed erect tn an open placo and tired from shall lx satisfactory, jute and ramie culturo tho raasom of so many huuinn Uingn. I am It Is an excellent preservative.' Last, West find 8oathwost. tho ground. Verticals, llyer, triangles, and "ill Iwcome un important feature in southern too much agitated, nnd too inm-l- i watched HISTORY OF TBE DOTTED STATES, to Iaj nble to writo much. Joseph ryyr tho use of Aycr'j Hair Vigor, Geo. other wbee.s should Lo securoly nailed to a agriculture. St. Ixmls Republican. Kail Lin , J5 a A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., had Kxprrti pild. hound In Indbarrtte tree forty-tw- o years from that Wolf." Jlwn . post, caro bo taken that tbe pleie willro-olv- e Mil. (til. olJSO pi,iuDj eonilinlin: r; lino aiuiailct'i. time, The Outing prints for ine a letter from his lulr restored to its original A freoly without sti iking th' post wbon It Maintaining Appoaranren. Yankee, dated In tliat same Boktired. Colored illuminating lire should bo fchfdulo In ECt ilay C, HH, condition. He was nearly bald, ami very la th moat cwuirtabmilia work of Ine kind I knew n family of "broken-dowgentility," h young hlatory In tbaotdlaary poured out on a dry surface, in u short with whom the strictest economy was n hara, w! i taking n lasure outing on n pray. He writes: "Only four bottles of It laaroiidtnifd nlr fo'lW yrara. Kind the world. His head is not train, according to tho quantity usod, and necessity, nnd who were Werrwrre lo withdraw Dili offer the Vi'or were required to rc.toro my without notlre,lbs rlglu at onw.; to upjiear bicycle anfrom nny thing else so much as from to rrmlt In danger ilred at ono ond. to burn toward tbo wiud. BOBTH.lk'IMD. in society nnd dress accordingly, whoso plneo hair to Its outhful color aud quantity." W. P. WALTON, Manletd, Ey. lieing the Hon of the day wlierever he troll! Set pieces should Lo fastened securely to of resilience was unknown to thoir Ka. Jjun.j Dally lii. Bun. iuot inti- his wheeL Aycr's Hair Vigor cures dis posts and placed upright, caro being taken to Ltp. Coilnfton mate frieniL.. They lived in tho cliofqKst 10 am ft 10 pra eases of the scalp. F. II. 100 pm My ideal of a traveler U tills young fellow cut all tho strings, but not tbe fuse, and to apartments nround tbe corner from a fashionKalranalh ... 10 ara 9 31 pu nir nee that all wheels are in thoir proper places .'. nlhl.ua. It around tbe world ami writing Foster, Princeton, lnd writes; "1 had IB a m 10 Upn IU p ra able boarding boue, where they every day cycling J" Arr. I'arlt and will rovolvo freely when flrodjalso that dined. When to New York and Boston as the binocular 10 ill 2 aiu 11 10 pw & 11 pin ben troobled for years with a dlea of they mado calls, tho number ot ifiln(fon... I2 10 pm 17pm 410 p u the fuse bangs within convenient distanco housj was on their cards, and hub of creation. Ho is ono of tins new type the scalp ; my head was co en d ilh dan.to. iiiria. n ro m IB .lS 19S pa for lighting, which should bo dono by re- this boarding of cuevry, happy, resoluU fellows made by . druff, and the hair dry and har-hrr. iMnthet. r..., n Ayer's moving paper from the end nnd igniting cards were left thero for them. Two or threo the better sort of athletic and sports. A i n ra I u ,. HlchmoD.1 7 1 Hair YLjor gavo me Immediate relief, Louisville & Nashville R. R. .". pu tha black match. Bo.nbsbelU fired from limes in the reason the ladles received In the doneu nnd a iIommi armies could lancutur . 5 07 p iu j jiarlor of this Ixmrding house, at which their cluimed die scalp, and rendered tho hair mortars should bo bandlodwithgre.it caro Man lent 8 00 pia not conquer ns grnntXy, though they should nm iikkatto prevent premature discharge. '1 he mor- friends supposed they lived, u ninnll price being Lfe Itlfhtuood... 1 09 pra It Is not the mere cycling over n soft and pliable,'1 Air. Ilra... tar should bo planted upright on tho ground paid for tho use of the rooms for tho threo couple of I .. it is the and TUUNIC hours of tho reception. " LlTlngtlon . J W P iu In wciety these ladles in an open space; tbo bombshell should bo geneixms jmthwny ho creates nmong hostile dropped in cartridgo end down, with a fuso shone in velvets, laces, silks, nnd diamonds, JO T1l !j)lo, und through lands considered impavn-lile- . NOtTII-IkPuncoiled left banging out of the muzzle of nnd did their full share with other New York Ho. I No. II No. 1 There Is no question but we nre breedlMtlU'Alll.l) 11Y tho gun. The mortar should Le swabbed women, who Iwlieve dress is tho chief end of ing n more nnd hearty lot of young Dr. J. & JMrtc, A. ., LoweU, Him., TJ. B. L. out carefully after each shell is fire I, so that women's existence, in snubbing thoso who folks, who will conquer the world by cheerful Urlnriton.. 00 am ... " IWw no spark lemains, and great caro should bo lind not lennied the urt of keeping up appear- acts of good will, more thoroughly than their 10 21 mm,.... For sale by all Druggist. Arr. Itlchir.ond . II III ml..., ances. The mother of this family was n taken when loading or tiring that no part of WITH nneestors did with bntto force. Lto. ItowUihl tho person projects over the muzzlo of tho woman of wonderful attainment, and great .. 7 20 ami TWEXTV-riVYEAIIS AOO. " Leon reII gun. Tho bombshell is fired by removing personal beauty, and would have Itlehraond Pullman Palace Sleepers. Air. Lunrutrr II8 CO ami yours The standuiil traveler of twenty-fiv- e am tha cover paper from tho ond of tho fuso spected among boiisible ieoplo in a woolen Lvn. ltlchmond .... I 10 p Ml G Ot a ra ago invariably flogged dragomen, growled gown, but, ioor thing, sho tiiought tho world nnd lighting tbo black end of tho match. Arr. Wlnchfa-lrr,2 10 pruj 7 00 an mid tln, but invariably about IjUtttNYlliu expected her to npjear handsomely dressed Now York Letter. Arr I'arli . a u p m 8 CO a lit and she made a martyr of herself ii public told wlwnever he refused to give In fact, hu to .ViixhtUlV, Lexington I 15 p ml 7 2S a ui 2 it pm WIiii! 1'arln Import from (ierinntt). boon sver bciowcd upon man Is perfect opinion. She had diamonds nnd a 'camel's klcknt his lonlly way around tho earth, L illcniphlH, l,e. Tarla S 30 p ra 8 20 a m S .. 40 put through the outside heathen, and camo home " Cynlhlana. must bo like gall and wormwood to tho hair," but when he died, as sho did, overS W p ra It health, aud the true way to liiMire Iiuxltl. Aflanta, IS Ma in 4 Kprn Tho let to write up his 47 p in to Ola la 5 18 pm worked and broken-hearteParisian epicure to know that most of tho two yearn ago, Is to purify jour blood with Am r's 4i.i' Mou I co in cry, P m II 10 a in 8 a pm delicacies that please the gourmot's tiuto aro sincerely mourned by those who appreciated travelers we lmvo had, by long odds, were lilitlu Koch, "ii2!i58lS.,L:u ' parilla. Jlrs. Lllza A. Cloitsh, .11 Arlingmissionaries. These men gavo us most excelnow; imported trom Germany, such as cavher nnd not her clothes, kind friendt provided ton t., Lowell. Ms., writ's- "Kerv Xt'W OrlciinN. Mobile iar from .Stettin, eels and salmon from for her burial, even to the furnifliing of un- lent and readable liooks, although not all of MATVII.l.: IIRAMIH. winter aud spring my family. Including Hamburg, trout from tho Moselle, and even derclothing. Now York Cor. Chicago Jour- them could see tho peoples of tho oarth in nny mjM.'K, use seeral Iwtllesof Aver's Snr wrsrrrxs-B- c Only otio cliDije to polnta Iu other light thun as creatures sure of eternal pile de foto eras from Strasburg. No won-de- r nal. NoTllHftrD. I'ally JUIIjr saparilla. I'xi'fiH'e has convinced me perdition, unless they could bo converted to that tbe rrmh so deeply deploro tha Ct. nun, lix. Kun The lllejcle u Universal Vehicle. low of Lotraino and Alsatlu. 1 esUes this, Yankue commentaries on Hebrew scripture. that, ns a (Kiwi rfu' Lto Oirlnglon The bicycle is getting to bo a unlvtrwal ve2 00 p rx tho export of came and crawflsh, ;tc., lroni Thonqisoii guvo iu tho liest book on Palestine; " Iilsi;l,n 7 28 a in You encounter it everywhere. It Livingstone wo nil know and have recognized Moriuany to Paris forms a tnoro important hicle. " I'arli... ' 23 pm 8 18 a u 6 20 p la iteiri, thim is generally supposed. It was ArrMlllcnburK... Accord- spins along the asphalt nt Coney Island, and ns the discoverer of n continent 8 13 a in ll pm " Carllaln...... .. ing to Tbo Maikthalien-Zeltung- , 01 a iu c 01 p Westchester roasV; it de- eipiasly tms of China, India, Turkey, westGermany out on the well-laibroking bourn on tbe Una of tbla road will recclfi iu " Johnfl 9 H a ru 8 oil p m apodal ratra. ' stilt aiO.tOJ bares of tbe 2jO,000 last year ltas the law in the parks and on tho nrenues, ern A. :a, weteni Africa uud tbo Pacific " Mayitllli. 10 90 m 7 40 p id It Is very much suiK-rlootrijco Agantaof thl, Company lor raUt.routci nny purifier, to toiislimsd in the French metropolis; yet tho and has oven taken to mountain climbing. Wands, thnt religlinu enterprise nnd iiiIshIoii-ar.to-- , or writo All other preparation of Snrnpurllla. goo.1 seiwe guvo us tho nior,t readable Parisians boast of their natho Tho adventures of Mr. Stevens, in bU at0.1 C. P. AfMOIlK, H. P.AT.A.. n. fcoci a Dally Dally (!) origin. The Fathorland also sent to tempt to wheel his way through Asin, have Ixml.Tlllo, Ky The fact was, theste gool men becamu person of scrofulous or coiiiimpile tenKx. riun. Fix. fun 1' rari.ee, and chlofly to Parli, 11,1X0 stags lieen told by tho jiajwrs. Now another adGoing out to convert others, cosmojiolifiiis. dencies, mid cpeclally dellcale chllUren, Lt Mayirllii. and deer, lesldes J00 boars. Tho demand venturous spirit proposes to 'cyelu across they were, by imperceptible changes, them5 M is 12 48 p ib Y THE aro sure to bo greatly benefited by lis " Joniitun 0 S7 a iu for rabbits Is not quito so largo, ns tbe ready South America, from Buenos Ayrcst Arkii. selves converted to broader views of humani39pra " Curll-l- n use." J. VT. Starr, Lacouln, Iowa, willes: 7 38a im 2 28 p in Parisian cook finds an nmplo supply of Tho tricy lo is also growing in favor. Mr. ty, ni!id sometimes u broader Christianity. " HMUnbun 7 IS in 2 50 pm " For years I was troubled ihi 'crofti 1'irl. young cats for stowing purposes in the homo l'unnell, tuo archer, nnd bU wifa, w! U n In lXlllKtOB., 8 lua ra 3 Have you ever considered what will Iaj tho pm lous complaints. I tried severs! different 0 08 market German beer and German sausage niece of Hans Ureitman Inland, of PlflkvJol-p'.il.- i, ond of this cosmopolitan tendency I Tho u 8 lt p nt 10 '" rjnn II 80 m in 8 00 p ta did u little, If mn, preparation, which are alto in groat roquest, dospito tho elTo.ts have told in The Century nt Hut triin prewnt race distinctions are fading cut. Tho of tjioss who ontertuin an intcmo hatred in England nnd In Italy. HucU tity nro contusion of tongue is now n daily miracle. good. Two bottles of Ayet's Sarp-rlll- a ,h1i.Tri"".!,"Kl .' "" ,l"11' ltwMn Win for the Fatherland. San Francisco Chron-IcLnxliislon and cflVcted a complete cure. It Is in common enough nbroad and aro getrtHg to So A hundred brogups ure conjoined in our ardally rxrrpt Sunday. Clnclnnatli other traJw common here. If you wish to m the opinion Itir; this medicine Is tin- b t American sjKfeeh. Tho world Is slowly learniri.Kl iririXL rIin rtllllllirAinmlnal " a.. :.: 7 ,' ."...a.. .Htuwi" 1th In bis tills blood x ?fr." v..n ?.. ii .:."? imi. 3lrCI-Iliiii'Opinion of It. J J.oe. Washington. glory, howevor, you must gv to ing common languages; The inu-- t end at last AMna. -- i V..1I.IHII, .,. , and i,aUTti elt Boss Shepherd's pavemcnti in a single language. ultimate human loa. . Gen. Lee and I know each other well in inako Trhiwluwji. town n mradLso for Iait I.I up; No. 3 and 4 run la WlnrhAatar thj days Loforo the war. We bad served After tliat departments close tilt streets nro itovk will include tho cntcrpri of tuo later (he olid Traina, with Pullman Hlooplne Can tio raws with the conservatism of the older. "K. together in Metico and commanded ogainit nlivo with clerks on whctls. They work P. IVinGlobe-Demo-.-rachcU other in tbo Peninsula. I bad tho n:n!ni;roar:Ua' V"' of the dty." C. K. I'p'on, Naihun, N. II., ... TnroUk'll llckata ami highest respect for liis ability as a com- bnrder amusing themselves, I havo an idea, to any do lienellting tho country. Alfred I'lilillc Seiittmeiit Ituru in 1'iaiirc. lritlnatlon rPhil by, ralTroad. writes: "For n number of years I mander, and knew that ho was not a gen- than they in Now York Nows. Purtieseiitliiientl There's the rub! Itlsn Trumble, ! on "r of tho eral to bo trilled with or carelessly afforded ,,'"i,r"""". was troubled with a humor In my eyes, '1 BTAflrOKD, KY. rnrity lnt France. There can 1x3, on occasion, nn opportunity of striking a fatal blow. F. D.M 011ft I. nnd unablo to obtain relief until I comD. A.KKEI.KY, o'f public fury, as when, iu tho old plenty (Ipn.I'ui. Agpnt, Lorenzo Dow'h Humble Shlnglr. J,-- -. Each of ns naturally regarded bU own army Tnr fl... ".'U,V. menced using Ayer's Sarnp:irlllu. I hae Cnilrnrlr.il. "V Tho oldest shingles on a house In this btate day, they kept tho guillotine busy chopping as tbo hotter, but each eutortuinod tha highH B.IIUNTJK(lTaNIUjc.ler. ' Z1 benetaken several bottles, am greatly WALTON, est roipect for tho ond' rauco, courage and cover tho roof of tho old Dow homestead, in heads; and plenty of public effervescent enUcnfral tifllri", Coflugton, Ky. .' fited, and believe It to be the best of blood thusiasm, as when, nowadays, with much lighting qualities of tb opposing army; and which tho eccentric preacher, Lorszo Dow, purifiers." It. Hitrrl, Creel City, Hanney this feeling extended lo tho odlcers and lived nt Oxoboxo lake, eight nlJlisi of parading of military and burning of gunpuiillaliCHl VrMiy at the fa Try Tiifjlay nnd iiMjn.. It wns perfectly natural under thoso this city, in tho'town of Mnutvllliv Lorenzo powder, they celebrate their 11th of Co., Dakota, writes- - "I fane been an iowprleaof I i Intense sufferer, with l),spephi, for the circumstances that both ot us should exer- put tho shingles on himself. Ho drew them July; but of culm, sustained, effective public Look at tho cise a certain amount of caution, I in my in his ox enrt from tho Connecticut river. sentiment thero ii dearth. TWO DOI.LiltH PER YEAIC. 1 f .. past three years. Six mouths ago I began cndo,ivors to ascertain Lee's strength, posiTlioy were rived nnd planed unil joined by atrocious way in which, In plain public sight, to use tion and inteutlons before I struck tha final hand, and tho marlLS of tho clamps in which thew "cubbies" belabor their horses. I havo often seen It h n common thing to see a blow; ho to abstain from any extended they were hold while tboy were being d in n crowded thoroughfare steadily movements of invasion, and to hold his are plainly visible on them yoh Mr. army well in hand until he could be satis-fleN. II. Vara, w ho dwelLs in the Dow houra, for a dioViwe of 100 yards pound away with -- OP aLL CLA81K- INhU r as to the condition of the Army of tho says that the. shingles apparently aro just as tho butt nd of hli whip upon the bareback of his uag, us though ho were bent upon relil.-- i r. Potonjac after its second Hull Itun i ,, n sound as mi tho day when they wcr nuilttl to Noatly and Ohoaply Exooutod. niiiru.i I'll not r. and ns to tbo intentions of its com- the rafters, sixty-flv- o years ago. Not eno h ducing It to it jelly ; and not a passer-by- , .or ,,o .uf .. m i,. IIOURNK, Stanford ut. It has effected nn entire cure, and I nm mander. Gen. McC.ollan in The Century. missing, and none is rotten or puaky. lie even n policeman, pay tho .lightest ostensible now at well ns ever." enys that they will last for sixty or seventy heed much loss remonstrate or interfere. Ills Itatrruiice for (iuorce Wutlilngtou. years longer. Lorenzo liked goosl work, and weff"HllrrniiB,M Oh, ye3; they have their Paris Society for Sold by all Druggists. k nown lo ui fjt Itobblo has boon brought up to have a. after ho had put them on ho wild to lib neighthe Prevention of C'multy to Animals; but Ceatiirui ami cleat. profound reverence for tho father of bis bors that "they were going to last t km day thero must bo a screw loose comewhero in it I'rlco $1; Six bottles, $5. country and to thinly that no other hero of judgment, or thereabouts." Tho Dow u;xng that It falhi utterly to prevent. Brutal THE INTERIOR JOURNAL oer Kw tauMflltlcNj,. (j Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayor .t Co., Lowell, tittillvcn iiturcucn. quito compared with Georgo Washington. hou) Lsbomoulmt decrepit; it is tAaky; tho car drivers, nnd to spare, wo havo unquesAlcotH A I.U., Mass., U. S. A And the Ixjulnllle- The other day his brother was talking about gables liavo bagged, nnd the walls are weather tionably at home. But thero public sentiCmiCtt3lalC-- . HuJi;n. N. V. his shoes. "Now, George's button are all beaten. It is on the shore of Lata Qfeoxo, ment compels thorn to reserve the practical Courier-Journ- al coining oir his shoes, mamma," ho said, ''but and it looks desolate and forsaken. Nor- application of thcl. brutality for tho secluslou Cold tr I haven't lost one otr mine for weeks." "Tho wich Cor. New York Sun. of the stable. Paris Cor. Clovelan 1 Leader. Prlc t.1.00. One rear far nnlr BS two paneri for little roacon Is," remarked his mothr, proudly, more than tho price 01rone. A news stand in tha latioiuil capital adver"that your mother sowed them on herself. I Mary Andernon is growing bronzed and 8TANKOUD. KY. I.EE1 V UUl'FfHAr-dTANFnn- n have" come to tho conclusion that no human stouter under tbu suns of Eng!an4"rud the tises "Dickens' and l.tiwtborne'i latest Br paring- - uiI3 you will rrcetre lor one Tear being understands or ever understood the spell of cut in nvi. CourlirJournal, tbe W. P. WALTON, . . Proprietor your home paper with tbe theB.uth, democrat art of putting on shoo imttons but your v repreeeniatlre newspaper of ((.year-olic and for r tarltr for rerenue only, aud the beat. was listening, mother." Llttlo MILL YOU 8UFPI.lt "(ih ny.pdpilft no! Mr ?He..a'b,,,'.MlD "'". aoor. .b,.r. THAT HACKING COUOH can be so quickly 61ie of Stags, 20x60. Ele.ht complete lata ot Ben l)ilnbtoil and nbleat family weekly In the United and hre ho asked reproachfully; "Not even cry. SoHlinyj cacty, IncluJInft gallery, i ii iJ.ln'ti'H'f b'e Vitalize Is KiurAUtr-- u to HUtea. 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