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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886082001 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. srmt lumvin tiiefiof lanital mm,to mm mi m .- - f f A sr VOL. XIV. ttmr.?fittli!n jfnftri nr Titctautml jfonrnir! we low-lyin- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1886. cultivated NO. 152. P"" lhrouh S mie in H'i rpi'r nnd Dr I H. Warrn, nf Pula.tl county, smooth outlined mountain rlike I hare one 2.rear-ot- d e i.en will eo in be in 'te to the interojIiUreJ bull aaJ one ha been In town lnn Wedneaday illumon either eide in the distance. At the VttbllHlteil Frldau and ioTcr.1 good yenrllnR. entitled to a rior of the court riom at thi p'ac, -- AT mouth of theSacramrnto river, or where it ing on profcsaioial busintH. A. 31. J'ELiiXIi, rheCiairanl Fxrnttiita Factory at reglitcr.fortalacbMp. The Colored Fair bejan Wdn..'RT manford, Ky. widen into Pueblo bay, we crowed ils w 8SJ PliUANNUM.OAHH. doing n thriving b'ii.lnee, ihixplaiei tern on tbo Urgent (errr-lrjin tbo world on the Ground nf thr whilo i.xtclailon A Wiut 15 men are I oflVr for sale prirately my fniii nt I iii the lime. Vnt-rt understood If wecrelit that 11.30 will be efh . ThI monater ateamer talrv a whole trnln nnd will contirniH ihrcp B, K Bithiiriiii rm-- i inken ihe oth FLOUIt AND GRIST MILI., fected and demanded. -- FOB on board at once. Three track, are laid on been good attendance ihn. far. Kolgbln of Pythla.' nm h'V and I no the omnly attonit-- of Rockcag. Wm. Doering & Go.'s Movert, Bind- On Dlr River, 5 mile from Danville, on Ihe DanThe ils broad deck, on which portion of the ville and Lexington turnpike. Ills a very valuae'ected will tu- countT. T"P o'.hr oilier ble piece ofi'ropmr and can be had at a bargain W. P. WALTON. er and Reapers, train are succtfliivcly run, and then the room in the third 'or on iIm n irii.r of br addressing me atonco at Stanford. Kr, their pi irei in Sep'ember take Main and Third atreel i md in h ' JlilN. C. X. JV.OTD. ponderous engines of the eteamei do the rhani;. nf vr.ue w rnlfd L, B. Crab Orohnrd. - - KeulnclC3'. T e orin Ontral Kentucky. handoni(t real. I had not before imagined any rucb i in a IIiurthinc cinditiun. Crtr d Willi Adir lnc-'- conn. huge receptacle, though I had known ferry der here e'. 'or 'Hp 8 h day of ty. Their cwn The Danville and Jlendfr-"bota with ainglo track, in the Kut, that club played three game thi MT VEENON, KY. the Lincoln oircilt mint No Indio'meot w.K Tie Pralso th Lord. Gad Is Love and Noth took on railroad car lodily, up to their gine McC'ure. The grand day, otoOinMvarof th Dipi" i Wed n This old and Hotel Is still mainown Tbo leviathan baa four tol' ing Else." only repirlei nbint 25 indictment. Tho John Church Co. will hat a firit-c- la a pitaining Us fine reputation. Charges reasonable. neday, when iri'eriiipifd by r:n, 0 in 0 er room and everything I on An tiniiuag The wind nnd rain storm laet lues-dn- y ano tuner la Punford the latter part of August or Spcclalattcntlon to the traveling public. only f iiinin.'t; OcciDUiTAL HoTcr.. IsnrANAroi.ii", Jnah'e ecile of va.tne that mut be te'n in favor of the Henderin, evening did much damace to the corn the fiistof Bcptcmlxr. Those wanting tuningdono Aunufrr lrh.lSSOt J 1 In favor nf ih Thursday, 0 to Dmvtlln. will pleaso leave orders with Mlu Itoio Itlcliard. Hi. Vernon, Ky. to be iipprcclaled, i Dtun iNrnmom -- Altiough correspond The Hendereon left lpt night f r It iwltng crop in thie c U'it7. The com Dearly all or Miss K!la IUms:r. HatUfactlcn guarantrod. Sacramento lie In &lltt,marahy.louking, blown Hit down and a Rrtal deal ofiti ft. It. & J ,T. COOK. cnce It no little bjro In '.he liottwt of the uiHlarla-butduGreen. epol, that dot not triV.e fences were I want to write what I may call broken off In many place dog dayr, Mr. John J. 8now and Ml E zibetb M my fancy a a deirablo placo to live in. MILLBnSBUEG I will deliver Ire to regular castomers In Stanford mjr "cloelutr teller," for the J. Murphy obtained marriage lienne u blown down and WHhed away by tho hiuh Hut It ha a pro.perou look nnd the folks and vicinity every morning at the 10th int., and on the ISth Me. Mr In witei" Iot. In thin fiunllUr fpt. cJrcuniinitftlon of who live there like it. The dome of the Biker and Miwi L'zz e Murphy rU ob - Mr. nnd Mr. D. C Pointer are movOne Cent Tor at louebine the Ponnd. Capital agaimt the (laming wralerti eky at More. R. Accountadueat tho close of each month, or the phne I, our j 'iirnej inn be mid lo hate aun-se- l, tained licenn Mr. Isan Lyons ha re- ing to ihe room over Pointer' This popular school, after a year of unpiralled wa very imp rewire when rustoiatr quits. traveled begun suA ended lien J etK turned from Northern Michigan where he 15. Thompian and wlfo and Mrs. Bragg will under ?. e. "Mf After leaving Htcrnmento the country into ir. - point, we laoueu hniifo at the old homestead. Dr. A. till ateadily out from thiha been for two week pnt eeeking relif keep C. became more rolling and ptrk-liko- , till we O. Lovll and family have removed to Mr. me upot day before ASD Ihe from rheumatl.m Mr, Frank Riuhia er, from tb wont at reached the foot of the 8ierra. The we Collegs, MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART, of Now Orleaa, I in town on hi wav to Moore' and Nale. Eran will occupy the yesterday. All to tbo pritUe of the dear were croIng all night and therefore largeLADV PalNCIPiL, STANFORD, KY. New York. Ha i a non of the la'o John property vacated by Dr. Lovell. LOUD, whoee Ruldinj; Kod of sentient Again offer Itself fer publio patronage. With ly mtrard the grand acrnerv that a daylight U. Rochester and it native of Dinvil.'n. LOVE led us all the way, and biought u ticllltks, an enlarged Faculty and an Senator Gorman report Mr. Tilden a journey would have allowed u to enjoy. study, it affords unusual opportu-nitle- a The Next Session Opens September 1. Mr. J. M. Turner, of New Orleans, having caid lo him: will live lo ee tie for the education of your daughters. at up till sf.er midnight, An' for tbo taetropolin of the Ilooiler The youmr 'oik REV. C. POPE, Bnd lor Catalogue to formerly Mi Minnfo Grime, of this place, dy when everv republicn who ha any Noted for Health, Oomfort, Home Oare, m-2abyeae and gtz tir-!- it MUleraburg, Ky. Htale, it lookt m it did four jeam W, bo' pcerirg into eundry arrived Wednesday .nil will remain with eelf rep:ct will be Jieaiiilv aharaed c f the Good Discipline, well Qualified and nib ing up at eundry ilimlyoutlined mountiln friends here eeyeral lretly enlarged and beaulltifd In the wek. MU Siltie part ibey plavml lu that poUticsl drama, mace Bitucn'3 Efficient Teachors, Thorough Training urbi The jrrnd State House, now nearly crag, of which they raved next morning. McUratb rtlurned to her home in Lexing which and wide scope of Instruction. an flis lo which he gavK ground We old one turned into our elecping hunk completed, wm just riling ab.-r& Implement House. ton Wedneidav. Col. J. W Guet In reVhil wag never elected" ni ha not Buggy CDthuaia'tn when they and united at their when we left. Graduates In thrco dltfartnt course, arranged turned from Chicago. HI rplendid two-ye- ar wholly cjmetupm', Mr Tilden lived to to suit tho mental tastes and capacities of pupils. four year aco, a Hllle Uler in attempted to awaken our by bur descripI havo now old, Terra Cotts, it cow nt Lexincton, ece lliyc receive the contemp of the pto-pl- o For Catalogue apply to mrlere tion; of thirgi they had hardly caught a preparing for tho fall this tery month, we took tip our race, in which hn is n ALEX. 8. 1'AXTOX, rrcildent. of the United Stntf iilm ! without ex A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills nnd Occilental Htte our Rood lillmpie of. in thta Mini expected to still furtbpr distinguish him-eelroONTIKl'KD NKXT l&UK. othor Agricultural Implomonts, ception and recardl'i of party prejudice-Methodist brother, Kob'niwc, ruioe the Prof J. H. Walton nnd family have EeslJes a Uii.1. Aut'OK Mirxtco. We don't waol returned from n visit to relative coutleo is laodlord. He ha. be n cone two in KE uiU'ed hU portly form and any war. It will take a big thing to pro year and we Pull Lineot Buggies and Wagons Mr. M E Moare, Mr. J. K. Sam Iam nnt n little on arrival. The voke a war now, 3 far at the S iuth U oan rail, Mieee Mary Holmes acdLUIiic Suui-ra- ll Always on hard. In connection with my ImKeutuclij'e, Homo Ens! verely. He .Irsncom who run it njw are doing It well cernsd. LitCuttiag aloue plement business, I will also carry a are at Chautauqua, New York. Mr. roa it iaonecf made hi bed and let him lie on it. We Hugh and I will f in piados that Craft, of MrCorab City, Mir , a forCoiuplcto Stock of Lumber, Washington, Philadelphia and As a reliable remedy, iu cases of Cioup, a day hotel. 1 etrer etopped at don't want a fow thoimu men killed in mer cillege etudent here, i in town. MrB the b'ntS'J Now York. Vhooplng Cough, or sudden Colds, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as Friend i in ihotl hire cilled ti ee ue, defence of one vagabond, who got into A. P. Mill and child, of Lmiivillr, aro nt Tbo only fine running and for the prompt relief aud cure or that tie trouble with malice aforethough'. Wo have on all hid and the Loir as 11117 one. Mr. Richard Foley' Mr. T. S. McWII-Hathroat and luug diseases, Aycr's Cherry PULLMAN NEW SLCEPLVG CARS "w.hV and lahot of loe" of four years ago got a bid men oa the border a Mexico Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E.G.Edgerly, Isjllclt a share of your patronage. Ilcsptctfully, valedistorian of tho Inst gtadualinC - AHB man l preolou fruit in writes : " I cousldcr of them When claee id Centre College, is visiting the fani one Council Bluffs, Iowa, It Mill hnrtnu ha, and Ciltini SOLID .11. BKCGE. HMvr I. Aycr's Cherry I'ectoral a most importaut hearti and llrei, Glled u with a ureat joy. our men oaten a grenr over on our aide ily ef Mr. J. J Craig and olher frieud FBOM It remedy for home use. I have tested Its I hare an Invitation to p eaoi in Cliriit'e ther make quick wark of biai and nothing i hi purpve to enter the Theological S Louisville, Oinoinnati & Lexington, Ey. ui TIIK family, many curative power, in my morning, U eald about i. Mexico ha taken a good to Washington Oity, Church Kslecopil inary here when the fall term h&tin Dm-villtimes during the past thirty years, and Connecting in tbo same depot with in the new Tomlinnon IlaM at night deil from in and we fuvc Inken a good deal ncd ! fritndof Rv Geo. O Bune are have never known It to fail. It will reFast Trains for Now York. Monday, we rwiime our jot we, m our of lnd from her. S i ha irei'iires and KnoM wiieck disted with the "hljaous'1 picture of lievo the most serious affections of tho The Direct Koute to llmitid ticket, to Lsuuville 'rota San Fiau-oico- o our people covet then We have got pco that gentleman which appeared in the Liu-ivill- e throat aud lungs whether In children or Danville, Noriolk and Xo Itettirim Sick ! Lynchburg,and North Carolina Points.all Viratnta Petersburg, expire on that date. plo who would steal land from anybody. lints WclneJay evening Mr adults." John II. Stoddard,fouud a medtickets and : Halting r day or two in Ln i irlllr, we They tried to capture Cub i evenl time.' Robert Cilrt well, Ij these tlgM times each buyer should consult Fornearest ticket further Information, apply to Jr, who has bsen rinit Va., writes to "I have never bis own interests. Why should you glre one mer- yourOoneral Agent, otflce or oddrcas . V W. Monlclue equal If the LOKD w.ll, going on to Tbey have tolen land from the ludiac roe, Lexington, Ky purpoie, ing hi f ither' fom.ly in tbi county, chant SOc for an aitlcle when you can buy the same thing fiom another lor 10c. To do this is not Lexington, where we hope lo begin our and htve tolen about half nf the public to Kiim Cty Wedceday,takirg 2d Ico Pjcsldent, Oou'l Paas'r Aa'l. justice to yourself or family. ltlchmond. Vlntnta. tint meeting in Kentucky ahut Sunday, land from Uncle Sim. We want too with htm tho little mn of Mr. J B. Welsh, id mo next puce, you snould tiosure to get goou article Poor goi aro dear at any price. NoConstitution. the lil!J, at Woodland Park, which the much.-Atla- nta of tint city, Mr. Jihn L Ford, of St. where Is this amre so than in Medicines. You might aa well pay 50c an ouace for saw dust as for ha terr kindly put at our o tnanajer Kiu-nalr- d. i. visiting herit;r, Mn. "Mosnlight nights they are the bane of inert me Heine s. at for an unlimited peiiod. for the prompt relief of throat aud lung Bourne has lust recelred his largo stock ol Med, Mr. Lin D Hinman, of Wathing-tonrailroad engineer," remarked a head ofli-ciicines of all kind. Krerr article fresh from the Concert Grand, diseases peculiar to children. I consider Kali goe well, and friend Slaughter it hi brother, Mr. Oalo, ii hero visiting manufacturers. lie now has the nicest and cheapof the Ililtlmore A Ohio railroad last It an absolute cure for all such affections, est selection of facer goods, anow case articles, Ac, Parlor Grand, not io disgusted with our delay in coming night. "All engineer dread moonlight D. S. Hinman Ac. The cslebrated Lnuire's Spectacles and eye and am never without It iu tbo bouse." Baby Grand, to bif pleamnt relrea', aato cancel his kind a specialty. The bjst brands ol mixed rIsjjcs night. They try Ibe nerve to the uttnoat. in u old colonial V.rgir The mint-juleMrs. L. E. Herman, 167 Mercer St., Jersey paints eTory can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, Upright Grand, InviUtlon, and the Lexington meeting in Eaginecra like to ruu on dark night. On sewing machine goodj, anglers' goJs, artists' City, writes: "I havo always fouud ia drink. It was invented in Virginia by a goods, chromos. frames, lamps, brushes, bvki ol Square Grand. not indefinitely protracted, we hope to moonlight nights the trouble with them wealthy Cherry Tectoral useful In my famaU kinds, stationery, a teousand articles for the planter, who had a company of Ayer' W are opening the meet uro'ully selected, the mke Dripplns Sprion by about the mid- is no trouble at all shadows. An engin friend at hi home. A great hnil etorm ily." U. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., dear grandmas, mat Jen aunts and the smartest bafinest and ust stock of by In the business all at writes: "For the speedy cure of sudden dle ol S'pteiubr eer, looking out from hi engine, eeei be- oime up. be gathered Ido hail etone and Dr. M, L. Bourne's New Drug Store, mat.-agof children afflictColds, and for tho relief Thl Lexington invitation from the PIANOS AXI OIIQAIVS Stanford, Ky. II J is on tho intpiruion of the unuient, condofore him all manner of shadow ed with Croup, I bavo never found anyof Woadlaod Prk ctme f in in San l.Terbrnugbt to thtsclly I Terr instrument is sure that the dark shadow aero the track led that deltciou heverak-- which we call thing equal to Aycr's Cherry I'ectoral. tbeprldoof an artist an 1 prices 'nvgo ficui 10 to Fnncl'co aoon after Mr. Slaughter' pro- - heeeesi a mtn or a rock, or ome kind nf 23 percent, lower toau otner otalors aik tor tbo mint julep It fame spread, but at firnt It is tho most potent of all tho remedies i aanto goods. Prsons ot musical uid art culture poaal, aa a very pleasant eurprWe, and anobitruc.ion. Y. II. Stickler, Tcrrc He doesn't know, and he they uever made it except when it hailed. have ever used." aro Invited to an ltupeitbiu.r iliHxmiilM, aeemei to aettle the vexed question of refined lone and Arttit designsut thtserelo Haute, Ind., writes: "Aycr's Cherry it kept io a elite of nervou excitement nil bratcd Inttrumcnts: begin ivork in our native A little biy playing in an old lot; bott'e where we ehould Pectoral ured my wife of a severe lung i, the time. Ojing aiound curve, along Tito tl at R chwood, M )., lott a mnrbla through affection, supposed to bo Quick ConJt'iiabc, tlio FaBtAtr, ooppDrtnnly,that we gladly accept. many curious .badowa are outlined m1 it. mous Decker A; Son, lUc roimlar-Everet- t I hope it will aoan approve Iteeif on the (hor and crawled under the houre to sumption. Wo now regard tbo Tectoral on the track and very often an engineer in niitltlio Itclldblo''mT Fnglaiitl nil hand a a O.d nppointtd tning. At eo worked up over a night' ride that be is get it, He found there a tin pail full of as n household necessity." E. M. IS WARRANTED to cure Fever nnd v lirainerd, Minn., writes: "I Acuc, Intermittent or Clilll Fever, l'lniios, I am deciding, with pretest light, gold and eilver coin. The amouu'. proved nny rate, Dumb Ague, Ulllous Fever, Fcrcr, tcuccly able to perform hi dutie."-am tubfect to Bronchitis, and, wherever I Fever), Liver Tho Oelebratad Clough aud Warren and to be $1,000 DeriRUC (or "ltrcak-bono- " It wa the property of an old go, am always sure to have a bottle of jut the lvei bfHt I cm. If I am blunder-Inc- . Pittpburg. Chronicle. Complaint, aud all dicases arising from gentleman of the pluce, who bd hidden il tbo head and not tbo heart le at fault. the John Church & Co. Orgau?. Malarial poisons. An alien cin not bjoome naturalizjd in there in 1711 1, ami afierw-irLet u bring up our rambling, to date, not 0 tiling it Pirate communicate lib us lor laialoguts, terms July 9, 18$4. rnd prices. country until he ha been here 0 year, "Harpers,S. C, Cherry before oloing thi "foreign correepondence." this rendily, thought it had been Molrn "For eighteen months suf-crc- cl of women and children 1 S. 11. V? L .1. i UO(t Special AR'tN I don't mctn that I expect thin to be my with the exception dtanfont, Ky, Bucklen'a Arnica Salve with im. Il I without a rival for the cure with Chills and Fever, under 1G year nf age. Naturalization i Or KO?K R. r.lCriAitU, ut offlsi-- . Ian tier lo the iNTEntOK. I hope our The beetBalve In the world lor Cut, llrulse of bronchial affections." every other day. lleferencraA it. 1'e.itiy, Mrs K. M. Carrcn-te- r, having Chills plei'iiit rcUiioni a writer and reader may not granted to alien under 2y except n Soros, Salt Ilhcuui, Kever Sort-- , Tetter, Chapped At M. riilllin Ucaz MuuNuud ruKP.vitnu BY After trying various remedies ley, J.6lan f.r j Mrs. J Mssjirf hnlmra Jiia OrchCrab longoiiilinne. Hut of couree there will hiforenauud. The minnr child who ha Hands, Chilblains, Corns and aJISUu Kruptlona, (Jen. W J l.indraiu a:id Ml.s I.ltxle Hull'- Mass. recommended to cure, Izcscda ard; LriichH' r, uy. by hi father's act may and positively eures I'lUs, or no pay required, r I, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, nmu, not b the eme need for regular communi been naturalized bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and sale by all Druggists. will obtain a certifioto of the foot that hi i n Is guaranlcc--l to giro perfect satisfaction, or inoroy For catijr., now thul the dally newpsper have never since had a chill. refunded. Price 25 cents per bos. Tor aalo by without aupply all information worthy of mention, oitizan (natunlizilioa EDWLY HARPEIi." aye. A court would prolnblv Penny A MeAllster. lo m we o from placo ti place. liut whi'revur rRcr.vnED uy An Old Citizen Speaks. grant euch a ortitic.Ue Ik th alien women I en tet In a letter that I think will prove Mr J. M. Uorrli, mi oil ellUji of Uome, (3a. I by mar Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. nfueivral or particular interest to your under -- who had bien nturalizxl y that he had been badly troubled Sold by all Druggists. a ninztn. 1'he ru for alien ays Coniplatnt fiiragrMt many years with and with reader, you may count on me, good Wal- rlge with mile thai tHey mnt he 21 year of age and licwuia for tin eo yearn; at times could scarcely THE fflTHHOR JODBML ton, to do what I oan. walk, und had tried many re mod I os without benWell, wa left San Fmhcihco Monday, ibe 5 yeur resident is imperative. efit, before ho liean taklou Ulectrlo Hitters and week of blessed er -- It in n 20th of July, after ir Tin: lip it v IIiiaih tiik List. anointing his hands with Bucklon's Arnica Salve, view for tbo Maater, and ureal happinc popular error to niippwe that tho diamond Thkftrentmont afforded him gre-a- relief nnd he itroiiglj- - recommends i:ief trip Ulltera to all who for onrelves. Ojr good friend, Dr and i the ino'l yalunble of the preciou atone MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED MISSISSIPPI Ii. io tholr Tue relative vnluu if ibe Oner geni place autlw with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood Mr. Cor!e Fox, were unwearied Purifier, gold by Tenny A MoAIMit. ntteatioaa till we left, and I want all who the rnliy at th head nf iIim lint, giving the Most Excellent. Tho direct through line and old established route lore in to know how their genilo courteier, diamond econd phco and following it the from J. J. Atkins, Chlerof Police, Kuoxvllle, Tenn., Wilk Twelve Cut Paper Patterns tf jour cwn which never for a moment fligg'd, from rnpphiri. WliHt are bnown h perftct dl writes.- "ily rumlly and.Iara boueflclarlcsof your seUction and of any size. Louisvillo & Cincinnati to St. Louii first to iaat, are appreciated by tbi Trrrpa amoml are not uncommot; hut n perfect most excellent medlclue, Dr. King's New Discovand all points in tho West. BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, Erangeliquo. value in the ery for Consumption; having (found it to be all riitiy n almost n tiMtiuu (SI Dally Trains from Loulstllle toBl. Louis Two that yon claim fjr It, desire to tostlfy to Its virThree U) Ually Trains from Cincinnati We alao met there a Dr. Spence, an I?n market ns it in gencrnlly held at any price tue. My friends to whom I have recommended It $3.50 (THREE FIFTY), to St. LouIj. ijliahman, who took to our gospel and tho ownrr nee tit to aik, One very choice praise It nt every opportunity." Dr. King's New Only IO liotn'H from Loulsrllle and Clnclnnatt ,SjNLA Atftt-Zb- h fl'SvSii MIU to t, Louis. whoje courteoua klndooM won a'l nur alone, a little larger than an ordinary-sizeDiscovery for Consumption Is guarantoed to cure I Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan $7 000- .- Brooklyn Coughs, Colds, llronchltts, Asthma, Croup and evin a way never to K forgotten vtlued at chciry, heart ery affection or the Throat, Chest aud Lungs. Trigot a Through Slooping Car Oar dear friend Carl Clarke, former'y ol E.Kle al Dottles Treaat Penny Jt McAllstcr's Drug Store. From Clnclnatl to St. Louts. Parii, Bi.urbon county, h!melf a nllrovl An immeneo quantity ot jewelry I now Ijsrgi tUa. 81. Of all tho Magazines. for u in the nude from thin layer of gold alloy upon fTfONTAININQ Stories, Poems snd othor lltcrsn la theonly line running Positive Cure for Piles. man, made the way pleaiant attractions, orablmng Artistic, Sc'entifio aao mi,A U. OS1V1. tbrouKhfromUulsTllle ticket-buyinextra luugage and an Ingot of braB, formed while it in hot. To tbopoopleot this county we would sy thai Household mstters. matter of and Cincinnati to St. V ttl. til other mutes being mado up of a combination nf small roads. Stwl Vtiprav hundred little tormenta of travel that Ou the ingot cooling it i forced betwrm we bavo bcon given tbo Agincy of Dr. Marchlsl's j;ittitrnttt irltli the (i';i, I'liiitiigriiruw i OH I'trtiirr mitl euch a steel roller into a long thin ribbon, tnch Italian Pile Ointment emphatlully guaranteed )nc Duc'IcHti. wtil.iiti It Itir ilodcl drive the average tourist, wild, in The Ohio A Mluls.lrpl Railway runs Palatial to cure or money refunded Internal, External, JUiiyasliHt of Itiirrtc. Slepln- - Cn on nlaht lraln; Luxuriant Par. atartlng point aa Sin Francieco. When I part of which la of coue Rtill coveied Blind llkcdlng or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. o lor Cats on day trains; KlrKtnt Day Coach, cutnlns n COrTOK r'i""rch Jlncrua'-es on all trains. OIIDKH t'litltllrnrth hili'rtotlte 'loctionof thanking him for all the trouble he with the gold alloy, incalculably thin, but Tor sale by Penny AMcAHstcr, Druggists, got to ANV PATTlUtv Uluatneled Iu that number, Direct and close connections ire made In UNIOi wa 80 kindly taking for u, he eald with a which wear for year, and can he moiild-,- 1 and In AX SIZI OEPOH with dlTerKlnii lines by tbet). A M. Daughters, Wires ana' Mothers, DiniOIinST'S MOXT.'ILV iustlr entitled Railway, thus arolJlng troblesoma transThe Bucket Pumb & Water gestuie of depracuion. "Don't talk that Into any shapes the W'orWVi Mo'lel Ti'ro The Inrkrcjt In fers by othtr routes. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Uarchtsl's If you jut knew what and the best tli. Lun,r3t In rrni, Dollur r'antlly Miiiri..-.it- i.' Issued. 1W will The Ohio A w.y, Mr Uirneal Femalo Koinedy, t cure Fomale Railway It tho only line sorry for you poor preacher, takI am Purifier TWO botween Iyultllle, Cincinnati and Ut. Louis Isan luipMtcinent on any I'jiupo L orator yet such aa Orirtan troubles, Intlaiamatlon and tm the Twenty second .: f ls jmbliuitlon ; a pleasure It i to do thi-- l Wb7, if it wa ing everything at reduced ratta and prices. under one msntemeut, running all Its InrenM Tho cups rieirrmlini; lull i f alr.-junn.--l m oxterw ely It is contlDUiiIly lmnr.)vi onlyajellow dog from KENTUCKY, I Why, when a merchant or grocer throws off Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaccmoat or bearing ils to nlaco It In tho fr .tit runt ot, I uiulor in-trains through solid and In cuunpquonc full nt bit ilidilaies lh Rj- - t. be down foiling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o t torn In icpol i 1. in nr ii reconlifd rlrst-Clui, riU'iK 'tw1', would feel like dolrnr fomethlng for him 20 per cent, you can't tell him ofhlina, Llfe,Leuchorrhaa,boaldeamany weaknessessprlng-In- g Perlodlciil nntl oitiil t uny uamizlne it tween tnSH t'ltlet water tiny., huh irndrrli')! 'ft' "!" contalniKl'atreIIJr.r3(iijnrto .xlt' Incuts, were all Apply to ticket A jea. a of connecting linMloi lux all color li. r,k.H or lueb 1' I Tump hu elcirnntly prlnttHt nnd t tally illtmrtl How omnh more for you!" We from tho abore, like Headache, Bloating, SpiI'll be glad when preachers will pay full n' by W. Jeunlncs l)crooret, New Vork, lull purtkulars as to rates, time, maps, clrtulirs an IrupioTHl cIihIi.) im, J u in n-- iwlM.d: Hch Willi this henrly young Nervous Debility, , nun vuMr, and Wrakucos, Sleeplessness, desired touched or any cun l.solcliini in n.t ! llutr, fare on railroad and full price for every, nal 0BT7k0RMAN, ANO CY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMQINED l)a uot u-a lilt picee ol altauitnl Imu WITH THE State pride and nerou helpful- thing they get, then they'll be Independent Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. Tor siile by Drug. U v ii .v tnie. purcliJii pinup w.'lLvrl'rJc;7-Prwi'$&&&? gists. Prices 81 and 51 80 per bottle. Bond to Dr. V- ry i) be afraid to preach ns they ought. J B. Marcblsl, Utloa, N. Y for pamphlet, Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year, Hen. Pass. At't, and lieu'l MauVr, eOnr route lay through Sscrimeuto. Once and not v. II. HIUUINS. Cincinnati, O, 4U Sam Jona. bv Penny A McAllster. Drurlsts. iu ih "P'n country, acrow tlf by and out itr.-ir- ""'o" of Wtly field, meadow and orchard. n I DANVILLE. BOYI.E COUNT. V7. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. o NOTICE.. II. K. TAYLOR, Of LOG AN COUNTY, Is a Candfdtto or the office ofSuptrlntendent of l'uiille Instruction, subjict to the DemocralloHlate Convention. 135-l- Mill For Sale! at dv. n B. It ,OCKIST Ag't y - GEO.. O.BARNES. t- - hr in wt-r- e WEWCOMJB jarOTEIi 148-3- w ig IGZ2! irnl, ICE! Per IGE3! Female College! " sue-era- s REV. POPE, President, ns Stanford Female 'I Hji Y,jtt 113-Ji- f. . Yir-ulni- a. u.,t Fop Instant Use 1 leviny A TRAIN e BOTJBMS"JS TruvIer d di-p- Js Cherry Pectoral AVER'S p er e hill-aidc- Ague Cure I AYE'S Worlil-rciiovriic- Ilrcck-cnrid?- e, Acer's Pectoral 1 13i-ly- pr) ref-or- For Hard Times. Kid-Ho- O. & M. Mil MAGAZ1NE i I mm tK m - d OEMOREST'S Sri T g, 1 DIs-ease- 1 l ss ruh-Uslit- -d -- Ken-tucklt- i fr. l f iii-i- i' - rtfi-i'iii-- ami lit it Jg irni r ' m i Stanford female Collect. The daughter of Capt. Howgatr, deAN INSURANCE ADJUSTER, The Faculty of this institution has been faulting officer of tho signal bureau, has been appointed to a clerkship in the treas- increased br the addition of three teachers. Thus, all the departments are represented QU'.En PEOPLE ENCOUNTERED IN ury department. August 20, 1880 THE COURSE OF BUSINESS. Ky Stanford, and the school enters upon the coming sesA boiler exploded in a carpenter-shokill- sion with advantages for young ladies that at Ashland, Wis , Tuesday, instantly ing fire persons and wounding two others. will compare favorably with any of our All Opinion or tho "llutliient" IVomnn V. . W ALTON. SI1I0 or Ilumnii Natnro Th s female colleges. A word or two A lack of water caused the explosion. Vnluo of DiMiiuzeit l'roportj- - Abiuril may be of In Marion county, West Ya., a violent In regnrd to tho new teachers Notions Honesty mid Trickery. DEM.OCHATIO TICKET, to the patrons nnd public. rain storm swept away tho house of John "Tho more I ronio In contact w ith tho Snoderly, whose family, consisting of his CoDrm, Miss Laura Lee, who will teach modern femalo roprosontntivo of this day genwife and four children, were drowned. Balhsny, W. Vs., and is eration, tho more I am convinced nnd sho languages, is from J AH 1:9 1). lUcCKEAUY, that Wm. Gray, Jr , treasurer of tho Indian a member of the Christian Church. She is n curious and romarkablo phenomenon," Of MiJlton. Orchard (Mass.). Cotton Mills and of the graduated In the scientific courso at Bslha-ny- , which remark from a blonda young man who certainly could novor havo oxiwricnccd Atlantic Cotton Mills, Liwronce, has diswhich courr-- includes French and Gcr any vory harjb treatment from tho sex A koval ovation wae tendered Hon. W. appeared. The shortage is a half million man, mathematics and the sciences. Since naturally bocamo tho mbject for investiga C. P. Hreckiurtdge in the chape ol a barbedollars. then she made further progress in these tion. The President, Mrs. Cleveland and the "Don't got oxcitod," cue and burgoo nt Midway Tuesday. Senalanguages under a graduate of Scheie De yellow mujtacho, lazilycontinued aho of tho lighting cigarette, havogone to spend a month tor Beck and uthtrs made speeches and tot- mother-in-laof modern "you aro not to bo trvntcd to a 'conlUleruM,' Vere, one of tho finest teachers in the Adirocdacks. Grover forbid the distinguishters and telegrams from taanj language! in the Uoited States. She ha I am considering Iuvoly wonmu at tho ed gentlemen were read. Col. Breckinridge newspaper men to follow him, but they did also become familiar with the "Meiater-achaf- l" present moment sololy from n buslnoM point of visvr. .My position In the ndjtuter'a dehimself made a speech an hour and a half so all the same. and the "Savour and Heneer"meth partment of a tiro Insurance company afJudge J. H. Ltwis, of the Court of Ap long, notwithstanding the weather, which ods of teaching these language. Having fords ma opportunities to study tho female against John B. was aa hot as hades. Discussing the ad peals, has brought suit been thus trained, she speaks these languag. character In n variety of pliitso, and I for $1,035 and althat it is a complex and remarkable ministration be eiid: Mr. C'lereland is a Procter, State Geologist, ea fluently, has the best pronunciation capthing." leges that Procter has transferred his prop , democrat-- not exactly our kind of a demoand has able of being acquired by our girl) "You must strike-- queer flth of all sorts In to avoid paying it. crat, but as good r. democrat aa any man erty the decided advantage over a native teacher your line," tuggustal tho rojiorter a the been organiied in New A company has young man paused. can be who was born in New York or New in being at home in the English and not MIx)ts of them," was tho quick response. York to build a railroad from Knoxvillcto elhas never been west of the Jersey and haying to appeal to pupils for words or "Nothing but queer (lib. it soems to me someCumberland Gap, where it Is expected it And he has been doing the best egant translations into our language Pres times, or elso tho business Is peculiarly apt iar AnnxDANOE. will be joined by a branch of the Louishe could and doing some pretty good work ident C L. Loos, of the Luington Uaiver to develop tho queer aide of human nature. & Nashville from London, Ky, uur oinco used to insure among the foreignville sity, says: "Miss Lte was a very capable ers over in the Hestor and Euox strcots tenat that. In the South we eee very few genMrs. Cleveland's photographer is printwho call themselves republicans in and diligent student, made fine progress in emental There's whoro you run against tlemen ing 500 pictures of the President's wife office. The President has got his friends everything and I have good confidence in queer fish. Such places as thoy are. Ugh, every day and can not supply the demand. It fairly makes my note ache to think of fn office in New York, New Jersey and her as a teacher every way." them now Ihoy are mostly tailors and This shows the effect of a veto of one of the Connecticut. That is beat, no donbt. With Miss Bettie G. Hurt, the Art teacher in fur sowers and the liko; thoy aro a proline President's vetoes. those States and the South we can always from Marion, Ala., and is a member of the lot, and one room or two at most answers At tho National Asrociatlon of ex for a family Of from sovon to ten to carry the country. Baptist Church. She took the gold medal sloop and work in. You may fancy rot, the Prisoners of War, which met at Buffalo Coxoress can only declare war and as it Wednesday, a committee wss appointed to In art at tho Judson Institute and, since, tmolls ono would strike. And tho cat! No ovor there is complete without the discussed the Catting question and failed prepare resolution asking Congress to pass has been pursuing her studies with zeal and familyThe cat doca all tho mischief, too of the cat department to take any steps in the matter, it is safe to a measure placing all Tho unfailing reason for all tho tires is, tbs of war fine success. The art Judson ranks among the finest in theSouth. cat tlppod over tho lamii It Is an estab-llsh- d presume that that body is not particularly upon the pension rolls. ortlseltCHtltfakt-H- . joke among the oillcoi that U1U0 Miss Neileon, art teacher at Hollins Instito go to war with Mexico or any anxious Mr. Powderly says of the coming conthese risks this ubiquitous and perennially other coutry. The South especially has vention of the Knights of Labor at Rich- tute, Virginia, thus speaks of Mies Hurl: mischievous cat of tho east side llohemlr.n." "Her artistic attainments are of the higb hod enough of war, though here and there mond: "I shall go to the convention fully VALVE OK DAMAGED I'KOI'EnTV. "Tbon arson is a common crimo in that order and any school seeking a first c)n powder are determined that no member of any other those who have never smelted community," suggested the reporter. Miss Hurt." anxious to fight. The Lexington Artillery -shall have a voice in influencing teacher will be pleased with .non unproveu, uui not unquestioned. More-heaMiss Norwood, her teacher, sayr: "1 Cmrlous, too, for thoy cot very decent fur-for instance, which had a picnic at the actions of the order. Anarchism will has offered its cervices to the Secre- not be tolerated and can have no influence have found her endowed with rare talent, ribbings and excellent clothing, and than " good tasto and unfiling industry in ber uamago them for tho insurance. tary of War, but should hostilities be de- in our order." "You insure anything and everything, 1 clared, they will find that fighting Mexisupposol" The new silver certificate) authorized art studies." From the Aberdeen (Miss), Weekly. "Ob, yes-t- hat is, if it is specified. A cans is not like maintaining an armed neu- at the last session cf Congress will not be CHEAPEST AND IIEST woman over in 1'atcrson tho other day trality in Rowan. 1. The "Among the oil paintings there was a feast showed me among tho debris of her tiro a ready for issue before November of roser; on one plaque, a lovely bouquet, dead canary bird in n blackened cagtv Sbo And now comes another rumor of war. $1 certificate contains a vignette of Martha almost breathing fragrance; on another, a wanted compensation for lots, but the It will be remembered that China demand- Washington; the $2 of Gen. Hancock in gorgeous bunch of jacqueminots, so real company would not grant its It should havo it ed an Indemnity of $140,000 for the depre- full uniform and the $10 of been by a sjwclal policy, as they that we fancied that the bright sunshine ofton covrodParrots are vory commonly inare. dations inflicted upon Chinese at Bock Hendricks. Either Gen. Grant or General without had brought us in April our Juno sured, and a woman not long ago asked me to Springs in Wyoming and that Congress re- McClellan will adorn the $5 certificate. treasures. However, on all sides there write in ber policy, as tho put it, 'ProtecAn act of the Legislature thus regufused to grant it. The Chinese government exquisitely-paintebloeeoms, which tion for them goldtlth,' pointing to a couple of tho llttlo thloors aiulrtningnboutlii a sovon-incwith great lates the dates that certain game maybe were is increasing its armament For (ho llerry Neaton, for tho time reconciled us to our tardy glolio. I told ber tiro would nevsr kill haste and has ordered 200,000 rifles. This bunted, captured or killed: Dove shooting spring, while on the walls hung pretty those animals tho creatures wore gasping is interpreted to mean that that govern- begins August 15th and ends November 1; landscapes, which, with the picture of a no then in their narrow quarters. "It's always tho women that bave the abment proposes to take advantage of the quail shooting from Ojlober 20th to Jann ble stag, spoke of summer days and shady surd notions about insurance, although the opportunity while the United States is up ary 2J. For every dove or quail killed or woods. Great attention bad been paid to men aro pretty nearly as bad about trying on the verge of a crisis with Mexico and captured, except from and during the above China painting, and it was an infinite satis- to increase tho vnluo of damaged projwrty. A llttlo storekeer in tho wllils of lirooklyn force us through the American interests in dates, a fine of $5 f jr each bird so killed or faction just to handle the dainty plates and was partially burned out last winter. He J OK I. WATKRN. China to pay up and failing to do so to ri- - captured will be aeescssed and imprisonM.t. Mi: A HEN. cups and saucers, with the tralline arbutus kept laces chiotly, and all that were injurod ment until such fine is paid. taliato. woro of tho cheapest quality, but his Only the heads of dead statesmen are wreathing them, or sprays of blue forget 'or the moiety of stock burned was a claim good The Southern Exposition will open at engraved for Government vignettes for use or vines of berries, with richly-tinl- e round one. August 28th with imposing cerLouisville J leaves and delicate fljwers. There "Now, you know, wo don't mnVo gifts to on stamp'. The adoption hj the Internal emonies. There will be a street parade of Revenue Office of Mr. Tilden as a subject was a fun set, so accurately painted that tho assured: wo limply indemnify, and I all the military, fire department, police de of the oleomargarine stamp vignette is a Icaak Walton himself, could, had bis shade said to our frlond, 'How's this I theso other won laces sum up to what partmentand citiuns, and the houses and recognition of the dead chieftain of democ- appeared, identified each of the finny tribe want all told two ort thu-- boxes burned.' you for tho streets generally will be decorated. At racy. The likeness has been placed in the depicted there, while a game-se- t " 'Oh,' said tho old follow, lowering his near by vo I co confidentially, 'I toll yen how dot noon the Exposition of 18S6 will be inang-uratehands of an expert Government engraver, was as suggestive of the huntsman's spoilt voj. In doso boxes I keep my most with the firing of cannon and the from which a steel or copper phte will be as if the brace of partridges and other birds laces. Detn lares vai Ono liko n ringing of bells and blowing of whistles all and so on, till, made, which will constitute the new were instinct with life. A soup tureen was cobweb and ail over the city. All the railroads have agreed stamp. especially noticeable; an squatic design was according to his elaboration, nothing shorto The Delaware Democratic State Con chosen and so faithfully had the beautiful of tho vnluo of old rojo point could to furnish transportation during the conhim, but tho company thought dif tinuance of tho exhibition at one fare for vention met yesterday, nominated tints of the waters at low ebb been caught, ferently, finished this young damago apBjnjamin T. Briggs for Governthe round-trip- . trail in the praiser dryly, "it frequently does. so naturally did the HON.T WITH llOXKhT MKX. or, indorsed President C'eveland's Admin- shallow depths, that a vision of our gulf Tm: Ohio democrats in convention as"Yet wo don't haggle j we aro honest with istration and pronounced in favor of "such sembled have declared for a reduction of coast aroe unbidden beforo urK and we honest men, but when wo Licklo some one tariff taxes to the lowest rates consistent a reduction and modification of our tariff were lost In memories, until a sight of the trying to play sharp we aro apt to sto that with an economically administered govern- laws as will relieve the people of the coun- turtle upon the top recalled us to thing ho or she get no more than ho or sho is entitled to. What do you think, now, of the ment, and endorsed tho edminiBtration of try of unnecessary burdens while provid- material by suggesting the appetiiing soup cheek of n fellow down south who actually Cleveland. It 13 not very important what ing the necessary revenues to meet legiti- Some lovely vases next attracted our atten sent us up his policy soukod with tho keroOhio democrats do, but we give this as a mate demands upon the public treasury." tion; here the novelty of the designs con- sene with which, as it was afterward proved, no una tireu uis property! A horrible story comes from France to pointer ts to the way the wind is setting. spicuous everywhere, was most apparent; "To return to tbo women. It Ts a comthe eflect that the sons of an imbecile wid- disks encircling monochromos, or tiny gems mon bcllof among them that they can got Senator Cravens, of Henry county, has ow, failing to secure admiseion for her to a no Indemnification if their oIlcy is burned. announced his candidacy for the Attorney mad house, acd being unwilling to support of smiling landscapes, were themselves And it their property is not all doitroyed pen and tboy think all claim for damages is nulliframed by graceful vines. The Generalship, There are several other can her, tied her to a stake, built afire about havo como to the of fkores of will Mcdonald watem?, 8aifmn. VTATKKS A tVEAHIX. didatea in the fiild including the present her and burned her to death. While their ink etching on linen showed rare skill. fied, explaining thorn tho flro that burned the Among the exhibits of the young artists flco incumbent, P. W. Hardin, but it looks now mother was suffering the pangs of death, houso all up, but most of tho furniture was Judge A. E. Richards has the brutes sprinkled "holy water" over her. was an exquisite face' upon porcelain; also saved, and they don't supposo thoy can colthat the bulge on the nomination, which will Biing arrested, they confessed their unnat- a marked success and evidenced clearly the lect anything, but they thought thny'd artistic talent in our midst, and spoke vol- como and seo, bocauso Mrs. not be made till next spring. BOino neighbor, , said pcrhajis thsy could. ural crime and said they killed their moth- umes in praise of the young teacher, Miss That's a posltivo fact During the Art The Pennsylvania democrats nominated er through religious motives. Hurt, of Marion, Ala. "Yet women aro persistent Insurers; nnd Chauccey F. Black for governor; straddled their policies' A FormolaIforTeluno AGmL'nAaE. Levee at the College, all day long, the stu- how thoy treasure farmhouse one Why, out in a Connecticut day last the tariff question and endorsed tho "demdio wai filled with an admiring crowd. The summer, while I was waiting Girls of a marriageblo age do not like to DKALStSllfin the best ocratic reform administration" of Presi- tell how old they are; but youcan find out exhibition was particularly fine." room, what should I tee hanging ovor tbo dent C'eveland. by the following subjoined instructions, the Miss Lucy A. Hobson, who will take molodeon framed, and as a companion plocn DriiQS, Books, Stationery and to tho marriago certificate, Fancy Articles. The deftocrailc candidate for governor young lady doing the figuring: Tell her to charge of the Department of Music, Ib from policy I That was an idea, but an insurance wasn't ill of Alabama was elected Tuesday by a ma- put down the number of the month in Christiansburg, Va , and is a member of the "You Insure horoditary valuables, heirfbyilclsm' rcrlpilon iccurstt-- rorapouDdfxi. jority of 100,000. The South teems to be which she was born, then to mutiply it by Presbyterian Church. Her musical educa- looms and the like." All "At their commercial value, yoa. AVo n "!""' b getting more sold than ever. t JjjL 2, then to add 5, then multiply it by 50, tion has been very extended and thorough, pay nothing for tholr association to an inguitar and vocil dividual. An autograph latter of Hon. then to add her age, then to subtract 305, including piano, organ, HOTES OF CURRENT EVENT. tben to add 115, then tell her to tell you Besides the course in the Female College of Washington wo would lnsuro for a good sum, but a letter written by your ancestor The Lsigest Stook cf Watohes, (Hooka, The steamship fare from New York to the amount (he has leM. The two figures her native town, she has been making mu of KO years ngo, however valuable it might Jewelry and Silverware rebo to you, tho company would appraise at London is now down to $12, owing to a to the right will tell you her a;,e and the fie a specialty for several yearr, having of ber birth, For ceived instruction from such teachers as tbo price of the ink and paper, which would Ktit bought to tbli market PrlcM Lower than remainder the month Gerco war of rales bo nothing." Thal-ber- p, tb Lowest. Wstcho. Clocks nd Jswelrr Jte- The official vote in the 7th district is example, the amount is 822; she is 22 Kneimger, a pupil of the renowned ptlrod on short ntUce sod WtrrsuteJ. "How alout Jowelry and art valuables?" and also from the Director of the Conyears old and was born in the eighth "Wearing Jowelry is incluJod in houseat last all in and Carr is elected Judge over Cnester News. servatory of Naples. C.S.Walker, Presi hold goods; special artlclos of jowelry are month (August.) Try it. Leslie by 4 majority. secured. Paintings, statuary, her: Ala., says At JackeoD.-Tenn.- , Eliu Woods, the The expreftiors of "buying n pig In a dent of Female College, in stating of as a individually nre also specially insured." and the liko that "I take great pleiture negro woman who poisoned Mrs. Woolen, poke" and "letting the cat out of the big," "Then tbo iwachblow vaso would bo enteacher of instrumental and vocal music, titled to a separa to and particular policy was bung by a mob. from the old practice of bringing litcame eff"Undoubtedly, but not, my dear sir, in A Morsacbusetts woman poisoned her tle pits to mtrhtit in a bag and selling them no one can be found more proficient, Now York 518,000." icient and successful in that department our company for son to get the h surance on his life, so that by weight without opening the big. Home Times. than Miss Hobron." W.S.White, princishe could go to Europe. trictcy dealer substituted a cat for a pig, A Distortion of Natural Sliujie. xCHltsfp!sFli'jT yT JL A boy was shot through and through and the ditcoTery of this caused th ex- pal Female Seminary, Helena, Ark., thus It is well to study tho sty loot our fashionwriter: "Mies Hobion is an accomplished able sisters nowadays, particularly because with a riih ball while robbing a melon pression of "letting th cat out," or a presultry " r i'lsWli'fl'.fcX. I yissOr ffWLmgTijVtL .ZTL. vocalist, possessing a voice of wonderful we aro seeing tbo last of her bbapollnoss for patch in Hardin county. mature disclour. register, an instrumentalist of high order yoars. What do I inonnt That from tbo Admission to the Louisville Expos!-tia- n clinging garments of two springs ago they happy faculty of impartwill be CO cents, except on Saturdays, havo already dopartod into an artificiality "I am obo of the starvcrs. These aro tho and po'eesees the of outlines and a distortion of natural shapo tlmos in which a man of skill and brains ing instruction." when the charge will be 25 cents. humblo bis prido and get down and The next session of the College opens that has not greatly outraged graco and A convention to nominate a candidate has to symmetry, but is bound to do it soon. Tho run soma thimblerigging machine-- , or else Congress in tho 31 district has been go without broad. 1 am hungry. Why do Wednesday, September 1. for bustle bai beon replaced under tho roar nnd is growing rapidly to abhorrent I talk this way! Becauso I am a lawyer's called for September 28th at Franklin. proportions. At present it distends tho a For many years It is denied that Secretary Bayard in scrivener, withoutwas job. prido of tho bench Facts tell more than theories. High li- skirts to an oxtent which, If tho wearor's tho my handwriting tends resigning. In addition to his family end bar, and scoros of cases havo been won cense in Illinois, according to tho last re- body conformod to its limit, she would bo bereavements he feels keenly recent attacks just bocauso tho brief woro in my chlrog-rapbports, has increased the revenue of the doomed hideously deformodj but it is nothLawyers uso to mako ongagoments Stato from this indirect tsr on liquors from ing to what it will bo next year. Now on his tfficial conduct. York Cor. Chicago Herald. . with mo weoks ahead to writo their briefs Franklin B. Stout was kilted by Chris- for 'em and pay mo my own prlcoi 1 was $700,000 to $1,500,000; has reduced the Tho unpleasant odor left on tbo breath topher E.nraon, a dlchar,ed employe, a scrivener and an artist Hut now nobody number of taloons from 10,000 to less than Tbero is no writing to bo dono. 9.000; nnd in a Jorge number of rnis.ll vil- aftor eating onions Is entirely removed by , Tuesday, IcciUio he wanti me. Elghtoon Profosooro antl Instructors.- near Princoton, drinking a cup of strong cofTeoj nnd coffee Wbenovor I apply for work tho first inquiry lages has aLolfshed liquor shops nltooth-e- r. bolllug whllo onions are cooking counterMechanical, Scientific, Englneorlng.Classlcal, Normal School, refused to fettle wi'.h him. Is if I can run a typewriter. I caunot run In the city of Chicago nlcne, the li- acts tho smell Ay'estern Plowman. John T. Divlc, the 0 & M. agent at n typowrltor, nnd 1 iwvor will learn. I will Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. Huron, lad , was kil'ed by a burglar.whom starvo first These chits of girls with tholr cense revenues from $200,000 has increas'A ays ami a little bi'u than the mirk," COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. - cllcLety machlnos got tho , a reduction of of 000 y- - mi exchanp. The latlt-- r wss caugni rattlsty wo j,oor 0i, ,,rti$tg havo he w nnraulo What, npfl other nn 'be fill trm InI- 5fli, tnnd, Vr CWnnn-li- f havo cot to sit ed to $1,500,000, with Information j,,,, aH(l ' -- ou. i si? Neycr, - 'Gufciigu, Aiilmt JA.Uiit Ik. Ji'A a'TiitthON, XU. U., l.c'xlnijtori, Kentucky. 'dicfH' lioenml. by U.v . Chicago Herald. I down." 5il-8iBttHg3nJeriorIoaniiI ft Be WAift:Hi i.V first-clas- C'iii-Iiu- GROCER, tt MAIN & SOMERSET STs! e Stanfoi'cl, lily. ro-pe-nt FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS MOWING BLADES & BRIER SCYTHES d, FLAVORING EXTRACTS! 4 Vice-Preside- SEVERAL GRADES OF SUGAR d b The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices me-not- WATERSaWEAREN 4t d hand-made- ,' com-onat- sea-wee- Peanp& W3k Ilitef PHARMACISTS, "" -- JEWELERS. jrbX syz jk4s f Wall Paper, Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. dm-poric- s, y. Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K!. WEARE1, Stanford. Id STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY klsatr' r., f Rl " Tomorrow at Smith will speak 3.30 Rev. Green Clay RELIGIOUS. srrr AJiviitTiHEsrnrh. it HuitonIIIe. SUiford, Ky B, O. WALTON. August tO, 1880 - DUBlnena Manager. Mn, E P Owsuv broke dirt teelerday for a handsome residence to bj built on hi lot adjoining Cat. Hill. II . Tne Kentncky Synod will meet at R.chmond October 13. The total contributions at the Mt. Birr ling State Christian Convention were S3,-02- 3s?3sx. SSaxxTKttGCT K2C3eqsx:ti:w 3 ) I Tlir.L.&N. is building u, nsw brldce Eld. J. G. Livingston writes that his over Logan's creek at Rowland, tbeold one meeting ttlll goes on with unabated Inter haying about played ont. I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. (creat, with 50 additions to Wednesday I AM daily receiving my line of fall night Mall tnlng1n North ................... l r.tt. Prof. J. M. Long will occupy the puleootrr........ ... . 15 r. u. goods and would bo glad to havo you call Mouth,- -. 1 21 k.u, ........ Kitirositraln" " pit of th.; Cbristian church next Sunday and Diamine. II, C Rupley. ! ' ' JtOf UM. HKWWHHWW4 4 14 A.M. Bj1sB1BBB1b1BbVPIVlW JaHBBBBL'BjtfKBBBtBVlflflBBBWV morning and evening, Ho will xlso prexen lasVST .Tha jOt li calculated on standard ttrai. Holir Tub torrid weather of I'uuadAy wa at Hustonville Monday night. li about 30 mloutei lastari by a rain and cold wavu that iilsht, A number of Brother Barren' devoti-which ha made lite n little mora bearable LOCAL NOTICES. admirers will go over to Lexington to morLOUISVILLE, KY., (75 Acres under one roof.K since. Yeaterday it was about cold enough row to res and hear him again in the (lnh. Watouko knd Jewelry rrpsJred on bor for front. XXXXVOXXJJU Everyone who can should do so. notice MiJ Trnrranttd by Penny 4 McAlU UTAXSSC riZLAOBi-Plt- OF. WAMTS XATURAZ. JIISTQItr COLLECTIONTHE AST COMS0 r. At his examining trhl Tuesday, Geo. The Arabic bible, for which the UniTO-V- . BATTLE OF OETTrSBUIlO.DAirilOSCU OBCaESTItA.-CAP- rS Bnv the Hnn Ho Remedy, the ftr!l-oa,- l II King, night policvman at Crab Orchard ted Preebterlan Board of Publication S EAXD. od only k! ninr, from Penny AMoAl-Inte- r. REWORKS, nnd ovor Ono Thousand OTHER HEW FEATURES. Spring, wan at i jilted of the shooting of made the grant of $2,000, is completed and is soiling In Alexandria, Ejypt, at a good A comi'LETK stock of jewelry, latent Tom Hunden, who wa ruling a disturb style. Rnckford watchc ti pptclnlty. Ten ancoaad who at thetime of the ebot had rate. ar A Mo A Hater. King by the collar. M. H. Mason writes that E'.d. J. M. Ah returned to the Secretary of State at Long has pint closed a meeting t aschool-bou- te PERSONAL. on Green river, which resulted in 18 MOICKIAXT TAIl.OH. Frankfort, J. W.Alcorn received 0,201 and M. 0. Wr.vnr.N hm iiono to Lebanon. Z. Morrow 10,123 voten for Judge, and addition to tho ainjcegation. A churnh T. E. B Haydem arrlreil from Bprlnc-fiel- R. C. Warren 9 359 and Wm. Herndon will be bnilt in a short time near the Thtit powder nTtr rarlea. a oarvtl ol purlt) I has received and till receiving Mo., yfiittrdRjr. Attorney. place. votes for Commonwealth' strength and whotrotncoeM. More economic! J. A, CitAKr, K(j.n leading Attorney Morrow's rmj jrity 802; Hcrndou's 85. A Liverpool paper says Henry Ward than the oidlnarr kind, and can not b solo compf tlton with tha multitude of loir test .ahon of London, wm hete Wednesday. Becher does not diaw with hfs lecture; weigoi amm or pooipnii powarra. ooiunaij- id jktai0kiiiutitreet, Newia, The drawing for the Bjggy and Sewing that hi sermons, if thev interest, do not cam. roirsii York Mkh. Kate Duudekaii and family 10C Wall Machine, advertised to ba given away by electri'y, and that America' Comprising the best In th market, which will be greatest nre (pending a week t Hele't Well. Mtss IIattie Powers, who ha been me, will occnr at taj store next Wednes-dt- v preacher ha failed to justify his fame, in Gotten Up In Stylo and Mako Socond to Mono tn City or Country. eveninir, 25tb, between 4 and 5 o'clock Eoglind. quite tick with ferer, l Invited to Give Me a Trltil. Dr. A. G. LnvrLLnd J. W. Nesbitt, All perron holding ticket are Rsv. F. S. Pollitt writes from Washbe preaent and wilnees it. D. KIbrs. ot Ml. Vernon, were hero Wednesday. ington, Ky : I will not preach in Stanford having claims against J. N. Kej-n- o Ali f cnoni Miks Maooie Lee Saunderi, of V- ill, died., will piettot them to m ImmediateSunday but will on the Mh Sunday It i stated that the defeated candidates next on JOIIX SI. HAIL, tin Me, O., in vUttinR friend and reUtiyt in the Jamestown precinct, Rutsell county, end that afternoon I will preach nt ly, propeilr proien. 1 Utanford, Ky. Neal's Creek, I have been lick several her. have filed a notice for a csntest of the elec TUOS. METCAI.t. Mimes Maooie and Jesiie Dodd, tf JOUN B. F08TEB. tion, charging that the polls were kept days but am better now. Daarille, hne been the curat of Mm. J, . f m Rey. B. F, Taylor requests us to ey at morning, open till l o'ciock xceiuay STANFORD SEMINARY. E. I'ortmui. greatly to the ditsdvaotage of the dem- that the South District Association of the Prop. J. M, Harbison, of Lancaster, ocrat. STANFORD, KY. Kentucky Baptists will meet with the pined down to MitchelUburg yesterday to church at Macksvllle, Washington county, The next session begins Arrr.R Octobir lit, all postmasters will Tliit relallsva. 10 A.M. Introductory sera letter bearing a ipe Aug. 21b, at Cait. J. II. Myjcrs ano wife hare be required tosee that delivered to its own mon by Rev. E Y Mullins, of HarroJs WEDXESDAt, ACG. 25, 18S0, at clal delivery stamp is May returned from a two week' bnrg. It la Important fur all pupils to ba present at er immediately. Oir putmtater will be of tha antloa. Aa It lmposri addi ihn FlemioRtburi:. Rey. Gecrge O. Barnes end troupe, af- tional labor upon the Teacher for students to and required to deliver within a mile Misi Daisv Williams, of Meridian, a four year's tour of the world, planted come into classes anerino wore oi iniiiuniw nodeducUon will be made for any absence therefor the munificent amount of ter MIm., ii the euevl of Miase Matlie and foot in Old Kentncky again Monday night, Sun, th lit month. MoDunlla wanted but those 8 cents. and will obey the simple rules Maggie when they arrived at Loniiville. They who will etudr, the school. -- ANDThe monkey market is active. Mr. D. stopped a few days at Indianapolis, where ot Norstrons wanted but those who will MR. J. II IlAtLEY and family lft govth l'rlnclnil In Virginia and Klan aold his wonderful while faced, per Mr. Birne preached in Tomlioson Hall ate with ot their children,the education and lor Wedneday to risk friend In and will pay him ernment forming, African monkey, Simon, Jr., yesPi-ice- s We.t Virginia. Bunday to 3.500 pertons, two thirds of bis work. are nqueiUJ not ti ask for a reduction Patrons terday t) Geirge F. Anderson, of Pittsburg, ol tuition. Dn J. W. Dickerwn, of William whom aroe when he gave the invitation to As there are thOM tn every community who was taken away yesterbur;, I down with the frer at hit father' for $10. When it dtSFrre nq pay lor confess the 8avior. In a chat with a Cott seem to think tbst Teachf-is said to havo shed tear day Mr. Klau their work, tuition far all its'ir ttml Mr. John B. Dickrrvon. n'er Journal man Mr. Barnes said ho did not some otil jmijW iiiiinC 6c ptfiit lit iI- and Mr. Straus rofused to be comforted. " expect to locate in Kentucky, but be a wan- t'ClllCCe Chahi.es Hail, Ej., one of our best Anasilstant will be mp'.ojed when It becomes county fritnda, ia hern tIiIiIdr Fayettavllle (Tenn ), Obsmxr has a derer all his life. He will go to Lexington sectaiary to bare on. Pulaski Tun All Kit ilOCEB, frlncipol long artlclo on the propoeed railroad from and epen a meeting in Woodland Park next 15lrlw the family of John M. Hail Jones who ha been tislt McKtnney, this county, to Birmingham, Snnday, after which he will go to Dripping Miu In; In Dinrille, returned yesterday with Ala., which i now beinir agitated in rail- Springe about September 15. Farther he road circlet. The proposition i endoried said, "I expect to preach in Keulucky till her aiater, MIm Helen Thurmond. All of our Sugar waa bought before tho advance nnj can be soil at the same clJ price. Out by the President of the Cincinna I Siuth toward winter, and then I hope the Lord Mits Fannie Hill who ha been MiiM Mamie lit rant, at Clifton Force, ern, who say that if the counties along the will send me 8uth I havo several Invi tations to come South. Probably I will Va , returned with J B. Pazton Tuesday. line will provide a portion of the expenditfrom that true contentment which begin at Augusta, Ga. Mrs. Judge Hook, Miu Dr. M. I Bourne and daugh- ure', he can guarantee the balance. perfect health of body and mind. a. ;. .. of that city, who was Miss Lulie May, a It, If "U will purify nnd Y .i tit.;- - jhin-ter, Miu Belle, leate tbls week for Ashf The Trustees of the Common School Kentucky girl, ha invited me there." Is Tery chtan. We bare recently refuted blood with Aycr's our stoie Tille, N. 0, for the benefit of the latter' lu.L'toi:."jour Howard, Newport, N. 11.. unsurpassed for beauty and con Tcnlence. OurQUEhNdWA hRwith hit- -, tnT ."u.r taMoex have sold the lot purchased by them on ...i.,mii.u 1 M. i ,rm 8r" "! helth. ' W. lower Main for $S50 to A A McKinney LAND. STOCK AND CROP : " I suffered for years with Scrofwrite Mus J. K. Ai.rono w jmt alive lait and E P. Oareley for the same price and bottles of ulous humor. After using two night. Her tbroat i parlind, rendering Fon Sale. 300 No 1 breeding ewes. bought of Judge Sauflty 8 acre bayond tic Ayrr's S:uaparilla, 1 nourishment and ahe ia btr unable to take railroad on the Danville pike at $200 an A. r. Nunnelley. both dumb and blind. Fat hogs are ellin in Ftyette, Octothey propoee to work the acre. Uar Mr.T. D. Hanky, late of the firm of boys on an experimental farm, we do not ber delivery, at Hi. Water & IUney, a Root buslnes man, eee the necrsiity for spending o much of A war between threshing men has reBrent relief. It 1ms entirely restored mo to ha sone to Junction CilT totake a po the fund for land. lienllli." James French, Atchison, Kans., duced tho rates to 3 cent a buehel in Otr writes : " To nil persons suffering from eition in a alore there. rard The Probibltlonlel have engaged that I.lcr Complaint, I would strongly recomDn L. F. HomiAii ha returned Wheat has gon up a little in Chicago mend Ayer's Sarsaparllki. I was afflicted N C, where he took hi charming little lecturer, Mrs. Lula A. and Wesren & Menefee are now paying from AheTllle, with n disease of the liver for nearly two health, Nield, for the following appointments, and 07 cents. wife and baby for the former' La Lai years, when a friend advised mo to take large audience?, confi which had alretd bsEtin to Improve be we bespeak for her Gforge Becker shipped eixcarn of fat this medicine. It gave prompt relief, nnd dent that she will both instruct and enter- cittlo from Paris to Jersey City a few davs fore bo left. has cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 Declcis !d all klrm of at 7;30 ago. For the best of 1,042 pounds be paid Dwlght st., Boston, Mass., writes: "For aged people, Mr. and Mr. J. L. tain: At Crab Orchard Those morDawson left Tneday on their annual riait and to morrow at 10:30; Rowland to several years I havo used Aycr's Sarsa-paril$105. In my family. I never feel safe, o their four nan and other relatives at row night at 7:30; Halls Gap Church Sun The cattle markotin Louisville is slow Farming-Implement- s even is paat 80 day at 10:30; MilledgevllleSanday night at nt 1 to 1J; hogs are ldiye and Btoady at Ash OroTe, Mo. Mr. Dawboo and hi wifo ia nearly a old, so the trip 7:30 and Monday, 23, at 10:30 A. M ; 3 to $190; sheep 1 to 3J; Umbs 2 to 1 Aug. 23al7:30r.M and 21lh at and stronger. ia a big undertaking for them. Ma J, JoiinS. Cooper lift tho early 10:30 A. M.; McKinney, 21, at night and on Jeptha Haggard shipped a lot of 1,400 It. As a liver medicine and put of the week for an extended tour of the morning of the 23; Kings Mountain,- lb. cattle to iSAitimore lact week ana real- without purifier of the blood, It lias no general Waynesthe Northwtal with a view of locating to 25, at night and at 10:30 Ang. 20; ized $4 22 at homo for them. J. D. Gay Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wlntcrpock, rcpia!." nrectice hi profession, medicine. Ho has burg, 20, at 7:30 r M and 27 at 10:30; Stan- sold to Lehman Bros, a lot of 1,500-pouVa., writes: "My youngest child, two been special agent of the Q'lartermaiter' ford, Aug. 28, at 7:30 and 29 at 10:30. years of age, was taken with Bowel Comcsttlo at $4.05. These cattle will be delivafter many plaint, which wc couM not cure. "Wo tried Department but ha re'-?nAt noon Tuesday ered about the last of Auguit. Lshman Destructive Fire many remedies, but ho continued to grow year of faithful service, to take c fleet Sep- as the family of John W. Logan, who lives Bros, bought last week 100 head of fat catworse, and finally became so reduced In tember lit. The Major i every inch n on tho Lancaster pike, nearDIx river, were tle in the Pino Grove neighborhood at 4 flesh that wc could only move him upon would bs a subject of gentleman and it dining, they wero startled by tho ailing of cents arcund. They are extra fine and will a pillow. It was suggested by one of the gratification to the many friends of hlmeelf an adioining room crashing, in and ruehing be sent directly to Liverpool. Winchesdoctors that Scrofula might be tho cause and hi excellent wif, who was Mis Jael out they found the houss so f r enveloped ter Democrat. of tho trouble. Wo procured a bottlo of Redd, if ho could find It to hi intereat to in flames that there was no time to save x13 CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY locate hern anything of valuo. Tne houeo was a large Mrs. H. L Sieger will for the next two LOCAL MATTERS. and handeome frame and Mr. Logan valued Hi it and the furnlluro at $5,000; upon which weeks sell any or all of her millinery stock A DELL ba been placed in the cupola of $3,500 in the North at coat. It will greatly oblige her if all there is an insurance of the College. -- SBRREyS,western National, of Milwaukee, Wis. Miss thoeo indebted to her will call in the same and cotiinieuctd b'ivlug it to him. It surely Aug. 17-- 1'.. Six building lots for sale between Stan- Sillie Logan lost all her clothing and jewel time and settle. in a short tlm-- , he worked wonders, for, ford and Rowland. II. J. Darst. ry and Mines Willie and Emma Brown u.pVtely cured." wit- Willie M. Myer left on the 13th fcr and Annie Sjge, of Louisville, who were his home in Louisville, after spending a Sold by all Druggists. GO cents per Genuine Ri Ping Tea at staying with her, were alike unfortunate. a moat erjoy&ble vacation at bis grandTrice 81; Six bottles, $5. pound at A. A. Warring Model Grocery It is supposed that the fire originated from mother's at the Harris Houee. His bright I'rii:ircl by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, ( CSrnlu, Wool, rieeda, Fssvil. Ooul, Iiiiuber, Etc. The Lincister Aire My J. P. Smdlfer, a spark from tho cook stove. Thete being and handsome face will be greatly missed Mass., U. S. A. the place, Mr, by his score of relatives and friends. deputy collector, has collecteJ during tho no other dwolling-houeeoyear closing Auguit 15'.h, $359,603 00. Logan will rent in Lsncaatarfor the pret-e- nt. Low Rates to the Fair. This is a handeoins eum for Mr. Sandifer'e "GOOD ENOUGH: '. The L. N. R R. will tell round-tr- ip district. Killed. Will Goggln, a negro Lamps ui . tickets at 1 cents per mile to visitors to tl e A HEN8ATIONAL elopement in high col- about 12 years old, was shot and almost in- Bowling Green micd direct by Fair, from Louisville, Stanored circles occurred yesterday, when Is- stantly killed near Mr. J. R. Mount's resi- ford, Greensburg, Nashville, THE TUMI Henderson, aac Hubble got possession of Miss Elizi dence Wednesday evening about dark. He Clarksville, Owensboro, Adairville, GlasWithout LiftGuest and flying with her to Djnville, wa an 1 Ike Logan, another negro boy, were gow, Rustellville and intermediate points. ing tho Can, out in tho oichard and Lcgan Bay that united in marriage. tho fllllngtubo Sale of tickets will commence August 31st, Goggln took the pistol that he was fooling adjusting to Hayden ending with trains arriving at Bowling Little Personal. Mr. J. W. with and endeavored to show him how he ultholghth Green September 4th, and good returning is a "pap" flince Wednesday, when a ilttlo would shoot if he waa going to kill a men, of any Lamp. till September 0th. Everybody should atgirl came bless the union so happily made In his manipulations the weapon, which tend the blpgest and beat fair in the State. Thl 1 Urn a few yeirsag. Joe is doing as well as was a telf acting one, went off, the ball Rsclng dajljj HttMiua! Wines. most practical lVull Paper, circumstancould be expected under the IUH(rU4!ISItV Iilquor paseing through the fleshy portion of his Chemicals, BooIih, TAMILV CAN ces. She Demanded an Encoro. "jiRiira. Hiatiouery, Faints, and into the bread ceAr the nip left arm over offered to TobacooH, He oat en a bioycle as straight as an icy-clSonps, OllH, The Merry Sacial Club was handsomely pie, killing him in about ten minutes. Mr. Mtit'Iilij tho public. Perfumery, Fire Aruw, IiQUipH, and she on a tricrcls rode by bis side. entertained Wednesday night br Miss It a Mount examined the boy'a shirt and wound Xeerflea. He talked like a jolly fop and naught Portman in tho spacious parlors of the and as he found no powder burn, he Is of Our Jowclry, Silverware and Outlcnl Hoods Doimrtmrut Ih in Charge of Col An unusually largo tho opinion that Logan did tho ehootiog could his folly stop, with all kinds of lolly Portmnn Houpo. Th08. Il'cliarda, who will ttcpalr Vatclies nnd Clocks vromptly and In tho best crowd wan present and up till 1 A. M. it was accidentally while ahowtag how he would pop enlivcring the ride. At last incidentBtylo. EVERY FAMILY SHODLD DAVE ONE. At 11 the firo at a man. This makes two men killed ally, moro instinctively than mentally, Le n tccne of perfect happiness. MAmirAOTuniD bv guest were invited to partake ol a splendid within es mm miles cf Stanford within glow sentimentally eacclmrino sweet. And repast, which was done full justice to by two weeks and runs tho number killed In be told with Intensity of lnve'd propensity, Best Its force nud immensity, its fmor and tho thirty or more couples present. Mies th.' county sinca tho war to nearly 100. Inir Oil on thoFIoororTnblo; No Ko heat. Just then o'ver some hummncks ho raucct to i.enk or got 1: noclied open to yasto Walerjroit Rhoda acted her role a entertainer in a No Corlcs to Gcorgo Vaughan has Bold to J. II. sprawled out keillummux, and she thought Content or cause Uxnlosions. superb style nnd has tho thanks of tho club Loao. Closes Perfectly AtrTlulit. NoiaK-nc- o Coat, Absolutely Bafo. No KvnpornUon for many Itindneeses. Tho young ladieo Watt, of Klnga Mountsln, tho farm he what n lummux to tumblo just thenl But r . n .. ... ...! .uR.fMr an j ! n an in A Unlveraul Itouaeliold Nrceaslty. CAIJJ A2TO CEB T1EEM, from a dUtnnce present wero Misres Diiay bought cl T. S. Parsons containing 100 he climbed to bis e'ntion, whilo eho snld - . roTfrv iu iii rtrew yonr Mtrrn'Ior; !- i- r ' .i'nufbr', Kr, h7 liliMUJ" l?.ituv'(. Williams, Mississippi; Minva Phelps Rich-lu- acres for which he paid S85 per aore. for wlih cWlnn. U ovw hhuiu." LLtli. METO AZiV & FOSTER. J, lCy , nod Mamie Chentult, Kantar, 28. JaSBBBBBBBBHaflBBBBflBbHl fuo-ceed- Jgg BliBBBiBBBflMbBBiBBBVf SWBV&BbBv JIbBBIbIbbSSSA ATTnACTIONS. POWDER Absolutely Pure, NOTICE! d, , New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, 152-4- etoali & Vwtoffi a, nrw-nl- 0sly. ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. TLaow er Specialty.1 Jtn Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, g appiness .'-i- '.- Hardware, Embracing Everything, one-bslf- o' Sarsa-p-.rH'- u. SKTo'canU. - -- lilt Found wm & MEIF ery, la Hus-tjnvil- and Machin le, At Home nd Sarsaparilla ATEE'S Wim ffittlest Hassl&ges Spring Wagons, Bixck Boards Farm Wagftis, ly THE M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. Pocki Cutler, e, ho-d- FAMILY OIL CAN. 020. kS5?' -- -- oi ip nmwn h n . U g Ti rrrr JL Smi-SaMI- i! 4 Interior Imtnui MY FIRST PATIENT. Ho la such a splendid follow I'' As ho spoko his wifo returned with tho boy in her nrm. "I met him In tho hall," sho explained. "Ho was just coming In from his walk. No, Arthur, don't tako him; ho is not nt nM fctary." This last to her husband, who had advanced with outstretched hands. "Look here, Bertie, darling. Who likes cakop Sho seated herself on n low chair, still keeping n jetloua arm around the child, and went on talking, tills tlmo to me. "Arthur and I quarrel over this small boy." She laughed a littlo, but it "Tho last cause of sounded very mirthless. dissension U Lis health. I think ho Is grow-bi- g delicate and wants change, and papa doesn't agree. Docs he, my beauty laughed as she held him yet Tho moro closely to her; and looking at his rosy checks and bright eyes, it sternal to mo that there could not bo a healthier youngster. "I ain afraid I mut tako papa's side," I said. "You must not alarm yourself unnecessarily, dear Mrs. Crawford, for I think" I stopped abruptly, alarmed by tho oxpression on her fnco. I was new at my work, bo it acre r roe tho child. "Annum Ciiawfohd." an extract from a letter that I received on Juno 10, 1S70, and being but a yosng fellow of 20, 1 was wry much olatal thereby. Tho great drawback to ling v hat is calk! a specialist is that tho generality of pccplo for what reason I havo never been ablo to discover arts afraid to employ you until you aro well on in years, and consequently this Mrs. Crawford, for whom my o services hud b. en enlisted, was my first patient. 3Iy sjiecialty was madness, and tfnng equally of hospital worl: mill of idling in my own rooms, I was heartily thankful for tho gnod lucl: that had befallen me. In a previous Ktcr 2Ir. Crawford had given a detailed account of bin wife's symptoms, and now all arrangements Mere completed, and I This; is pri-tM- professional capacity! Slnco my dear wife lias boon failing thus sadly sho lias evinced a great dread of medical men, and wore sho to guess you other than an onlinary guest, I tremble- for tho consequences! The carriage, will meet you at Blackburno station at whatever hour you name. Yours very truly, - yow private rather than iu your And may I bog you to visit us in ly r was duo at his Berkshire honw on tho follow ing day. When tho train uurwry bU. "U'e ha-- e not Bertie nil day," ho added, "and I Ixiow you would like to show Iikuolr to Lennox." sho rejoined quickly. "Ho is having hU "Show him oil' In the morning, Arthur; I !onUiiiik wo want him now." "Oh fiel Thero is an unkind mammal I rroadr what IJcrti would say to you! Ho caa Anion hU tea bars, dear. I'll fetch " hen we reached tho Lint, which was stHiiding in tho midst of a lortrly iark. Iu Irao country fashion tho swiftly to a further table and jwsswwod herliall doors wero standing open nrol my host self of n iwjior knifo, which she handed to met mo on tho threshold with outstretched me, commixing on its curious make. It was h.imU.. of steel and sharply pointed; nnd I handed it "This is exceedingly kind of you," ho said, back again with tho remark that it would genially, "for 7 know you havo como nt your mako n nasty weapon if needed. She took it Journey from very' curliest convenience. without glnn ing nt me again; but her bus pleasant! Yes! That'll right, James, liand had enrght her words, and now came u mi ko Mr. Lennox' things to his room. Lunch to us brea'Jiless and laughing, with Bert.' ui tho nitrning room, bey! Como nlong, my clinging round his neck. dear sir, you must lx half fniuished." So "Don't nold that thing, my darling," h, faying he preceded me down n long eorridor, said tendfi'Iy. "I hate to see such nn ugly ivbonoo I cauglit distant glimpses of n lieautl-(u- l knifo in your dear littlo hands." ganrjn at tho back of the house and into "Give it to cried mug little room where luncheon was laid. child, stretching Bertie, mamma," lnnds the a out his dimpled for J discussed n cold chicken Mr. CrawWhllo tho coveted treasure; nnd his father, with nn ford when on chatting, and ere I went to my Injunction to be careful, was taking it from room for n wash and brush up beforo presentiicr to givo to him when, with a n milled cry. ing myself to his wife wo were excellent sho snatched tho knifo back nnd dashed it friuufc. I do not think I ever met a man tho open window into tho gawlcn beu ho so much charmed mo at first sight; nay, through yond. lie more than oharmed, bo captivated me. "You shan't havo it! you shan't have it!'' Ho was about flO and exceedingly handsome, die cried, cjccitrdly, whllo n bright red spot bluoeyea, with fair curly hair mid br.ght burned on either cheek. "You would" He had n bronzed complexion and n hearty w sho stopix dead itli marvelous laugh, and was altogether a mct attractive nnd after nn almost imjierceptiblo When I short, Fpcriuiofl of a young Englishman. pause, sho added in her usual quiet tones; had liohhed luncheon his manner ebangwl I nin so forgive bm,-''!as he begnn sprakiug of hit young "Pray hurting w Arthur, up to Vmafraid of himself. Go nursery, Bertie wife. dear. Mamma will como to you." not ": to enter upon the subject "I did Awestruck at her late passion, the child you were r .ted," lftj bugan courteously; went gently out of the room, and, his but I am intensely anxious you should seo following him, I was left alone with mother Crawalte hat been sufher. For some month see the fering from intense melancholia, ami lately ford. It went to my heryt to scene pained, liad nt drawn look on lik fare, but the sho has t Ion a deep dUtrust of, thoMi around all events put one thing beyond a. doubt He Mopped hex, mot iwtLiimrly of me. was merely failing in abruptly and bit his lip. "Do tor, I simply Sirs. Crawford was not mad. brain power she worWliip her," Iu went on jiaseionaMy. A couple of days went by and I became I married her five years ago, she was the pu&led. All tlie ordinary verbal blithest, merriest girl iu all the shire; and fairly tests, when a;ip!ud to my iw.tiont, proved now, to seo her liko this why, it breaks my hoartp and ho dropped into n chair anil complete failures. Her memory was excellent, nnd, indeed, in this rcpx't sho was foe fcuried his face in his hands. lior husbmd, who was constantly There was nn nwkwaitl pause, for i !km Iwtter than to Lo ma. a of n forgetting thing1. As to her judgment, it days,I was too inexperienced mo as nlovo the nvernge, for sho was hand nt consolation, mid tbn I stepped nearer struck to him, and laid my hand upon his shoul- n widely nwd woman, nnd wo hnd a ktiir argument one night as to the merits of cur der. ''Come, come," I said cheerily, ''thcro is Sho managed Imt own no nood to despair liko thl. Wo must hope favorite nuthors. housekeeping, and capitally sho did it, too; for tho boht. How does she show her distrust nnd, in fact not to exhaust tho reader's ' of youf" visi-- i Ho raised his head to unswer ma "By tHico by entering into details tho only bio outcome of her mental nberrntiflu was keeping tho boy from me, for ono thing. Sho this extremo terror in which sho livul, nnd will hardly let mo touch him." for which I could find no reason. (I may re"The hoy! Asonofyourar "Our only child," ho answered "a dear mark parenthetically that the mad undoubtlittle fellow of nearly four; and she betrays edly have rules of their own by which they me a terrible fear wbenovor I have him with are influenced. Experience thus teachingthis, that Mrs. Crawford had somo reason for DM." to us, inexplicable dread even though it "Does she eat wellP might bo but a fear of her own shadow It "Hardly at all." Iwcame my business to solvo thhs reason.) "Sleep at night!'' Ho shook Ids head; and then followed a What batlled me most was the fact that while ),. i it was Crawford himelf who primarily vz vtff, it nf rnrlMo f ti,fu(rTinl na.Hnna at an end, I requested to lw ' fitetl this terror, she ' ws undeniably fnd of nraition """V" l" " shown to my room, promising to bo In the!""' nilwwl Unu I never for 5 o'clock tea, whon Should expnss tho slightest wLsh as to infSi.,nn.i tn Mr. ' the household arrangements but It was in ua.iV, r....,w it you please," suggested w her husband as wo crowed the hall. "You re- frantly fulfilled; whilo every him nnd ho member that I asked you to drop the doctor, was tho most whimsical of men was implicitly obeyed. In fact, at tho end of n nnd ifvm an ordinary visitor;" Of course I agreed; and then ho told mo ho week I was precisely in tho samo stoto as bad sjiokeii to her of mo ns nn old college when I first entered vim house. But that my amour propro was piqued, nnd I fek angry frkjul; aisd finally he left mo to myself. I should havo been paying When I descended to tlio drawing room I at my found LoUi Crawford nnd his w ife waiting for i very cnjoynblo visit. Arthur Crawford , uuuougu, as i navo He was standing by the window i "Kl" " l"i'" bio, ,tts " very wuiibicoj man, "Vlujr playing v.ith tho climbing roses that were nodding by its sill ; ho was talking merrily as inn i nus suujn.1, iu uimccuuuuiuie ins oi ho nnd I got on excellently I entered, nnd looked tho personification of her. life and yood spirits. A girl was standing by At tho end of the week something happened the mantel shelf with her back toward me, mid I bad barely time to admire tho slight which had the doublo oilect of lowering mo nguieand graceful poo beforo Crawford's iK'veral Inches In my own estimation uud of placing matters In a totally different light. toloo rang out in hearty cordiality: KAb, thero you are at last ! Let me mtro-dno- s If was an exceedingly hot uighV, nnd after yon to my wife. Beatrice, this Is Mr. we luvl all gone to bed I was tempted to leave my room, and seating myself by tW open Jotm Lunuox." window i.i tho corridor to indulge in nn oxtra Slio had half turned when lie began speakcigar. Tlie fact that it was a lino moenllglit ti ing; but as ho said my name, she gave a gasp and confronted mo with largo i"' lit, n:id tliat while .the corridor window . lUtrtlud oyos. I have seen the eyes c ft iysici a loveiy view, mat or my own into tho stables, nmly justified my mured bird and those of a hunted stag but I fcsvc never such a look of piteous fear as cnoice."! a seat, i iiad been thcro for per n al t in Lars then. For one moment slie seemed haps an hour when I hoard the Crawford? half uuul with teiTor, 'but the next it (led as talking in their room, whieh was on n. level Hukhly-it-- i it oimo and she held out Jier hand with my own. Their tones wero excited ami hi grouting. As ho did so, nn ugly senr on eager, and fearing that Mrs. Crawford might the smooth white wrist caught myoye. It bo lashing herself into a fury, nnd that her bo ignornntly increasing it, looked to me like an unskillful but Intentional husband I stolo down to their door and stood listenia knife, and while we wero commonpau ns to my jounioy, ng"Arthur, dear, jivo it to me. You don't tte., 1 wtu wondering as to whether she had Why not wait until the v er attempted her own hfa She was in tho want it (irstt llu.b of bor womanhood; and her glorimorning I" ous bluu eyes nnd coil of auburn hair would ' Theso were tho first worth that 1 cr.uzht alone hiio sulllcod to htamp her es a beautiful spoken iu Mm. Crawford's usuaHy gentle tones. woman, had it not been that tho curious of her face outweighed every other ' "Givo it to you! Ko; not I! I known fasclikitlon. She gave me tho Impression of trick worth two of that. Ah, you tl'nk I bufng literally consumed by a tirriblo dread, don't know tliat you and thnt confounded to the nature of which I, of course, a yet d doctor nro in leaguo against hold no dew; and with this dread, nn equally me." ! atroiigdeiiro to suppress nil outwnrd indica-- 1 Crawford's voice, shrill nnd mocking, but tion or it. Add to thU tho fact that her faco undoubtedly his. Good heavens! was tho was eutlroly colorless, and that the bund sho man drunk! There was a moment's pause, hail given me, in spite of tho June sunshine, and then h) lxgnu tgaiu, this time more jvm uj cold as ico, njiil it will be seen that gently. "Como, como, Beatrice. Drop this stupid iuv first cuse promised to bo full of intoi-est- . Hko xuml out tho tea silently, while her joking. I only want to have a littlo cut at ZutoTcirul nnd I went on chatting, and sho did Bertie, just a littlo cut; and look! the knifo I? iibtspcuSc again until ho proposed to ring tho so bright and sharp, It cannot hurt him self-contry 1 le-fn- re -- coiwtry station 1 ready to Mtut me. Evidently, to judge by of the whole thing, tho tho general gut-u- p Crawfordi weiv wealthy folk, and this into the littlo found n rnrringo and Mir Bertie had rewould havo lieen frightened. belled ngnlnst tho detaining arm, and sliding to tho floor, had run to his father and climbed into his arms. A flnognmoof romps now tnued, and the mother sat nnd wntched them. Sitting there facing her, I, too, was watching. In my student days I had kept n tame lizard, and by whistling to it had lieen nble to direct its movements nt will, nnd now I was reminded of my whilom ix.t by watching Btfttrlcv Crawford's eyes. Every motion of her husband's, ns ho ran round tho room taejpg the laughiHg boy in hLi arms, appeared tv Wold n fascination for her, mid her gaa novcr loft him but once. That once was when she walked but I think that older men than I iit ment the meaning of liis many whims, tho lose of memory, hU fits of depression wero mado clear to me, and as I thought of the martyrdom through which hU girl wifo had passed, I cursed myself for tho readiness with which I had been duped. While theso thoughts were running through my brain I had noiselessly opened the outer door and now stood In tho dressing room peering into tho bedroom beyond. Tho door between the two was standing open, but a heavy curtain hung in the aperture, and, by making n little slit in it by means of my penknife, I was enabled to command n viow of tho interior. At tho further end of tho apartment lay Bertio asleep in his cot. Standing beforo him, clad In a long, white wrapper nnd with her auburn hair flowing over her shoulders, was tho young mother herself, whllo nt somo paces from her stood Crawford, still in evening dress, nnd balancing lingers a long, clittering dagger that I recognized as ono thnt usually hung in tho library below. By this time ho bad dropped his angry tones nnd was shaking In his accustomed pleasant fashion. "You know, dear," ho was saying, "it really Is necessary that wo both drink some. Half n glassful of young nnd Innocent blood nnd we shall botk keep young and happy forever." "Won't my blood do!" asked tho girl desperately. Sho stretched hor bare anus toward him nnd forced a smll to her poor quivering lips. "You are much fonder of me, aren't you, dear! I shall do much better." Uo laughed softly. "No, no, my darling; not you. I wouldn't hurt you for all tho gokl in the Indies." Ho stopped suddenly, as If struck by his own words. "Gold!" ho repeated. "Ahl ye;, of courho, I must have gold. Where did I put it, now I" Ho retreated a few sUp, looking uneasily from sido to side. "Perhaps you left It In tho library. Ring for James. Or go to Mr. Lennox, Arthur; ho will help you to find it," Ho laughed again a low monotonous laugh, to which my hospital work had btfl too well accustomed me, and then he moved nearer her, still balancing tho dagger iu hi long nervous lingers. That terriblo knife'. If he hnd only put it down for a momont I could have nwhed in and secured It beforo turning to him, but as matters were, cruel experience taught mo that tlie instant ho caught sight of mo he would rush to the child to carry his dreadful punwwi Into effect, and tliat tho mother, in all probability, would fall the victim. On tho other hand, I dared not quit my post to summon assfetnnr" and so I leavo Beatrice entirely at his mercy. glanced round the droning room, and tho window cord caught my eye. It wits now nnd strong. 1 cut it ns high as I could reach and crept back to my hole at the curtain. Crawford was growing rapidly angry. "Givo me thnt boyf" he cried, roughly. "Get out of the way, Beatrice, ami let me have him," and bo caught her by the arm and dragged her from the et. '"Arthur, Arthur! htuband, sweetheart." She clasped loth anus around his neck ami raised imploring eyes to bis, but the sight of the thin white face only mos-e- him to givatnr wrath. "It is all your fault I liavo not made you strong long ago," he exclaimed, irritably. "You never laugh now, mid you can't sing, nr.d you won't douce." I can. Ixxtk, Arthur." "Dance I O Olie drew rapidly back toward the cot, speaking in her ordinary quiet voice. "You shall do what you Hko with Bertie; I was only joking. Only wj must have our dr.nce first, you iu-hl- s known to nny one, for nbo bid a Mr terror of a lunatlu asylum in connection with hoc idolized husband, and hoped that a quiet wVBnsiiicsa naatlro. ttMBJSt country life, free from troublo and contradic.1. tfs j. u. iu. tion, might In time restore him. But had he 6inM8rc!al Colleea nover broken out before! I asked, for it HUkMt Har and 014 Mdl orf Mlothtl Collff. seemed to mo Incomprehensible that so slight Mt1iHMi'iCMiUMofSrittnfHk.kMtii'i UhIum a framo should bo capablo of such courage. tlntrll)iittii(EdiwntlMi. r eoooilatlnm uliitU aw 10 TtMhintmploytd. Cwt rill SSwl Once, she said, only once, and then ho had lscUnnn(Tultlon.SutlaMiraitJUotidatiot.t(VO. 0urc . nd Tltrpkr rl'll". been bent ou killing himself. In straggling IiUr Kw. UrWatlM Uurulnl HarM. Fo Lealacta,KV with him for the posAossion of tho knifo ha Wtlui aOJttt W. K. SMITH. accidentally cut her wrist, nnd so occasioned tho ugly soar that disfigured it. As for BerDR. W. B. PENNY, tie's presence on that fatal night, she told mo DENTIST, ho had always boon accustomed to sloe) In - ICuntitolcy. their room, nud as I had refused to second her theory that tho child wanted chnngo of air, and so aid in sending him out of the house, sho could devise no other means of getting BBBHBiAMaESy--.i-t-rid ot him. And then I took my lenvp, and I liavo never seen Mrs, Crawford from that day to this; but still, in spito of n certain jviir of sweet brown eyes which make tho sunshino of my home, I nm forced to admit that thero is no woman em eartli for whom I havo such a boundless adl)flee on Lanemtor ttreet, rext door to Imtb miration as that unfortunate lady of whom I sroc Journal office. Office houra lrom a to IJ a M.acd I to ir, M. AtiMthetlcinJialnlcUtiHl wbi at ono time thought as my first oomuarT. Journal. 1 v i T&':'Z'! rt. MACKINAC. Summer Tours.' Palace Bteamere. Low SaUa. tev Trip per Watk Satwaaa DETROIT, MACKINAC ISUND tM. CUU. Utniuril, Y ffpfttal Bnnday Trlpa dartat July es4 Aaaiut. DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Mrtrr Oakland Kooit, Hulatatr. T?k Day Zilwa OUPI ILLUSTRATED n JUUa and Xzaunloo TUkaU will b futxlakel PAMPHLETS Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co, DETROIT, MICH, C. 0. WHITCOMB, QiVI Pan. Ajent. tatientn-Chamber- b' 1131-lyr- .J THE LAW A POLITICAL SCHOOL. PLATT'S APPOLLO t: W. IL MILt.Ett. OKO 8. CAIU'KNTKU. y, know. l- - fvrfm 'ibl0'f M s, oin '" '' to-G- sud-iJc- .. rh lokd .. mlrt Mit-fiw- m mealy-mouthe- , much." I Tdm." j as she spoke, nnd Crawford turned tome with THAT UACKINU CUUUI! can lie 10 quickly a weary looking smile. "You sco, Lennox I 1 generally give way i cure b HMloa't Cure. We far rantne It. M.L. bat 1 am afraid of it growing upon her, if J uume, "'o, no; I'll go." She ran out of tho room Tho wall seemed to reel around me as I loaned against It for support. In a Hash of revelation that nearly blinded mo. as I real- ized tho full horror of tho situation, I under- tood for tho first time how matta-- s actually .stood. Crawford himself was the madman, and tho devoted wife, whom I had been taught to look upon us insane, had known the truth all this time, and knowing it, for somo Inscrutable womun'j reason, ha4 shielded him, lci baps at tho cost of her very life. In a mo- - With a sudden movetmvi) she nnd lifted the sleeping child from the led, talking nil the time iu an inch, nrry voice, that still retained its old jwwer over the poor inod-maHe nodded approvingly as she logan rocking to and fro with th lwy in her arms, nnd be moved a chair or two to give her more sqxiee. "Dance, Beatrice!"' nnd ho began whistling Louisville & Nashville R, R. a then fashionable vnlse, beating time to the iiik iiRiar- nirwitb tlie dagger of which lui never relinquished his hold. TUU0UG1I TRUNK L1N1 "Very well," she responded, cheerily. "Stand by the lrantelplecu nud givo us plenty the bench. TO Till. Prom tho very beginnln; of our governof loom. Now, thou, my baby boy; one, ment tin' law lias hvn the step to ioit!cal two nnd off we go." My life lias shown me Instances of self, j prufermrnt, but it will proKibly grow loss so uevouon in plenty, i nave hvii proors ot us tho country grown older ami moro dethat tho ready wit and more of indomitable pluck' voted to business. It umiI to TTITI- Ibut I have never seen them so mnrvelously primary requisite for a congressman was the as on that terrible Juno night. power of stump speaking. But the day of waking cougretMUiau has passed. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Instiuut taught me what she meant to do. the She had persuaded her bu.band to stand at "Cain'' b Cleveland Lender. the ond of the room furthest from tho curLouisville At Dinner With a Rrrat Stun. tain that bill her ono moans of escape, and lo NiiMuriilo, The prop.r numlwr of guests for a dinner she intended to hazard her only chance, now MvmplilK, party is u difficult thing to settle. If they dash through it, lock tho door on tho other nro men, by fur the safer plan Is to limit the Allitndi, side, and th"n go for help. Backward and AIonl(;oiuur3, forward, round and roiuid, sho circled, a numlier to four or make it moro than u dozen. l.lilloUock, Six diners are too many to keep in one weird enough figure in her white draj,crie3. ond It h dilllcult to make two sets Jrlolille ami Ncu OrlcmiH. The little white feet wero bare, nnd it taxed her utmost strength to hold t!io heavy boy in of talkers out of so small u number. If there her nrms; but with n sublime heroism of nro n dozen or fifteen, tho men naturally jwir Only one cbaoe to polnli lo Into little groujw. which I should nover have believed her cajw-bl- off or pull their ohairs Newr ask a great man to dine with small sho never once paused for breath. A triracle alone kept tint chill asleep; but when people. I romemlior a dire failure in tho way of a dinner to which I wns a Jrty yaan, nga 1 saw the poor mother's lips iti'vo dumbly Ikv tween the Kuatchee of the gny vabw site was A college friond gave the dinner niwl all ten humming I felt that she was praying God he diners, with one exception, were cliumatos. twklD liuuipa on the line of thli road lll rnlTi cal IkI,. might not waken. Nearer and nearer tlie The exceition was an eminent man the young host's uncle. He camo to oblige the Cot iiry tor ratM,routM OW'aee AgtnU ode cm tain fbo came, but to my horror I Ac-- , or wrltn that Crawfoivl was ironing uneasy loy. lib He mined the feast. We were appalled C V ATVOKF, ( P,Al'.aJ by dignity, his official and nnd advancing slowly in the rear. JuliTllle. iU his ponderous condescension, and we sat and "Mrs. Crawford! Quick!" regarded him silently instead of enjoying There was not a minuto to Uj lest. I tore THE I nut afraid tliat ho was wry much the airtuU ifMo, and she ruhed toward me, f a prig, too, for his maimer was overbearr' but ere I could fasten tho lwa- - door lier was iiwii us. With u yell of baffled ing iu tho extreme. Basido, he called us rage ho wns tearing after her tlie "boys," und what could 1k iiuire galling to open doorway, mid ill nnotiiur moment would the collego man tlinu that His influence over have rcuehod her with upiiftod knife, when I m may Is? etiiimte.l from the fact that when tripped him up, nnd he full headlong to tlie ho refused artiehokes every solitary one of us floor. He was stunned by hU full, and while did HkewiM, though tiny were ngreut deliI fastened his hands and feet by means of tlie cacy to mut of us. As this man acted on our dinner no is n cut 'Window cord his wifo went lck to the' stranger of nny pretension apt to Inllueiieo n inner room and rang loudly for nsslstarvo. Era ho came to himself Aithur Crawford dinner of cronim. After all, the only perfect dinners ure imptomptu nnd as for wns s'ifely secured In my own room. Leaving him there undor charge of tlie men ser-- numbers well, I we a great many gray vnuts I went lack to see Jh-s- . Crawford. She haired and experienced men of tho world was lying on tho bedroom floor witli lier dining alMttttowu jut now, nud I hueob-scrvw- l that the numljcr of diners U always Hl'AKl'OHD, KV. nervous llngera still tightly interlaced, and by her side sat her little sou, warm and roy two. Brooklyn Eagle. from his broken sleep. Ho was kissing the Wlmn ISIiiIiIis Whs Taken All, mk. W. paling lips us I enmo hastily into tho room, You norer and now held up a warning finger as I knelt Blobb's presencecun mention nny subject iu but ho knows nil about it. beside them. (( Ijlillllllxl every Tucftlny nnd Kriitar at the Bass was saying that tho Somerset "Poor mamma Is fast asleep," he whLs.jored. Jowprlcvof which was wrecked on Cujw Co.1, was sho is so cold." "And raj Idly buried iu tho sand. "I TWO lMJaLAlfiN Sho was not dead. The long nud frightful YE.lIt. want mental strain through which sho had passed seems to know," exclaimed Blobbs; "and it only yesterday thnt she went ashore. brought on brain fever, nud for somo days I rcmemlier tho eircuuistanco well. It was a wo despaired of h.;r Ufa; but she camo through it bravely nud ore the summer terriblo night a terriblo night! LetWv,! waned I had tlie satisfaction of Installing ilon't remember the date, but it was" -- 01' ALL CI.iSJM- Bass "It both mother and son In a seaside cottago far remurknblowas Nov. S, 1778. You'vo got a memory, Bloblw, but I didn't enough away from her Berkshlro home. Noatly niad Choixply Exooutod. Crawford, p'or follow, only livod a fow think you wero so old, Indeed I didn't." In less than threo minute tho jkuimi iu the conmonths, for a dangerous fall In tho asylum was broken by Blobbs rcinarklu A. grounds put a merciful termination to his versation lielieved lio'd hara to lie going. During thoso fow mouths I that ho confinement. Boston Trnnsonjit. visited him occasionally, mid he always spoku most tonJerly of his wife, whom ho Tlw Ciitbhil mill tlm Clirniiiai. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL imagined to lw dead. o A Hearly cliroino of n eat wiu When lie died I went to break tho nows to jilucwl whoro tlio -- And the birds could ro It, nnd hU young wdow, und whllo staying In her crcuU.il great cxeltoiiwiit. A catbird, pretty Devonshire cottago I solved much that Courier-Journ- al coming up from behind alighted on to;i had puzzled me. Her terror at my first intro- of duction to her had been oocaslonod by tlie thotho plcturo In spito of tho warnings froiri two p"j'r fbr lltil Ono year for only morotban tbeprlcoorone. fact that she had at oneo recognized mo ns rawother birds. Chancing to look down it tho cat, nnd with n bcreain gavo a doubh tho mad doctor. I had lieen jwinted Lennox, auj out to her iu the park tho season before. She backward toinoreault and left. Upland By poyiDjt ui tS you will r"Cflre lor one ycai Meadow. your uome pappr with the Courlir-Jourua- l, dreaded Arthur's incipient madnesj bcinj lio-ca- I.lat of Cansreiitmrn Who nro Lawyers. A Ctinurto Tnklnir l'lare. Tho law seems to le tho preparatory school of political lifo in this country, though it is s notsoinuru so in England. Nearly of the members of congress hnvo nena-tor- s studied law, and out of tho seventy-sillf are put down iu the directory as regular practitioners. John bhermau began his businoM lifo ns a lawyer, and Henry B. Payne mado hh greatest reputation at tlie bur. The millionaire, Stanford, wns a lawyer In Wisconsin, and ho would probably never hnvo lieen the groat millionaire that he is had not hLs otllce burned to tho ground, and tho lire drireu him to California. Both Teller nnd Bo wen nro lawyers, though they liavo made their millions in other ways. Nearly all of tlu mtheni men hnvo practiced law, and Joe Brown, of Georgia, got his start before the lnr. John A. Ixignu has tried many a law cose, and Dan Voorhcos has still n largo practice iu criminal costs. Senator Allison, nfter lie graduntcd at Uo college, practiced at the Western I UVoro he went to Iowa, Ashland, O., and tho cutting tonguo of Senator Ingnlls has curved up many n criminal before tlie Kansas juries. Beck, of Kentucky, Is a lawyer, and Ixith of tke Maaclmstti senators havo practiced. Omar D. Conger tried his first law case within fifty iiiden of Cleveland, and Cockrell and Vet are lnwjcrs. Georgo Edmunds U said to malm JW.UIX) n year by tho law, notwituMandinghis piwitton in tin senate, nnd there U hardly n senator i,X note who luu iwt gotUii his first tr.uulug ir il law office. It Is tlie imt hi other brnnehw of jiolltVal life. Tin lower Ikm has over 300 iMimVj-who have been lawyer, nud it Ixttt men nro who hive been engaged in active practice. It b so in the executive deirtino(it, and tho greater proportion of cvny CMbiuct of the !wt was uwde up of lawyers. Grover ClevelnJHl ii a lawyer; Arthur, Hayes, Johnson ami Uivcoln were lawyers, and so were Buchanan, IVrw, Martin Van Buren and Andrew Jackson. TnotiiTM JerferMNi was making f.",UOO a year at the law when he was man led, nnd MadUon ami Monroe lial each sUidieil law Itefore tltey got into Hlitic. Ixking back o) er the more promkient statesmen the same nct sliows lUelf. Daniel AVebnter carrieil on his law practi ? during the w hole of his senatorial career. Ileury Clay was a strong man tvioro u jury, una .lohn L. Calhoun studied law after he left college. People have tlw idea Unit Andrew Jackson ails nn illiUr.ito man, but he hud tlie lmlk of the law burnetii of Tennemee U'fere ho very prominent olltleuIly, nnd Tom e Benton was ulso a pmctitioner in tlie courts U'fore he went to Missouri. Tlie BayanU have Iwen lawyers for guieratlons. Vilas-- , Garland, Lamar nnd Whitney nre lawyers, und En lieott lias been a judge iqiou threo-fourth- Miller &Ctirpon.tor, REAL KT.VNKOtl, I.IM'ULM r STATE AGENTS 10., Kv. rtla-frai.s OOtc South Bide Mil Slrwt, ortt Tlnl National ltink. ranus, It cliiillOK tome of thnflnnt Sljck Karma In Cenlral KcnlucJr, Town Lnta an4 llMlJjncn, Timber aod Mineral Lauda for ale on eeunuUilon. For further artlcu!ara aend for prlnlol Ihlt kcIIou ntwl of t,reprlle far THE BEST SUIRT INTHB wank Jo oiinKR mv M SHIRT, " flTORLU N. SIDTIATT. Uu'nllle, Ky, t. drlp-tlofln- f KKNTUCKY Agricultural and Mechanical laGXIlVGTON, AUGUST 31 & MYERS HOTEL! STAIhTFOHD. E. B. BURNSIDE, T1Ji8 ky. I'ropr - KEXTIH'KY. 1, lr SEPr. 2, 3 AND 4. lth 0'urtltoln o?b to tho World txit. CBTtro Ilaeea rath day. tra l tralm OB all rallroaJi at rcdiutd ratrs. I'int Day bliortltorn Cattle rerut ltrrtlordi. floral Hall ojn itie Am day, ami will t a tho fair, MAJOIl I. l. JtiUNbTC N, I'rtildint. rllDMAa U Alaltll N, rVtrrtair- (?K-cliteat-uie- Known notolJdand Maintains itn Still Hib Roputrtion, AMU w" i3 "it Stall bo rfecond to no Country Hotel in the State in itt Faro, Appointment!, or Attoa- tton to Comfort of their GueiU. "HkKOEtejiJ C.mnarrlal rn to an4 frota I etcrmfned that A Big Offes? ! To "" i I th "" arroKimodttloai ai lr.ti4M kt 11 it y fiMQ rrtuiliiD; ut We ''IiorLI(,ori a&4 n..... the prtrt-dentii- illaiid th d fflrar jrar ao.1 a eonnuiL a. o fi Somi-Weekl- y Interior Journal N'r Y, rk WotM OF THE MillucUriiHn IJuno. And the HISTORY 1111-mor- one UNITED STATES, rif,10 Fait fooru-Itcvji- Qu,okM-Ecat- 110Po,at bVt from Oat Worth, Southwest. ntC Ti,n .tod ro It the m it EtmjM liliterjr in tlioidlnirjr auie; fllo fr03 rearn. It li aroBdenmt Wercwrto tb tlibt lo withdraw ttili oBVr wivlwul notice, ie remit at mm.; W. 1'. WALTON, WtBtei.l, Ky. lxHind In lr rail, ceiillaQlOK M Bne eMraTlaii. It of Ibe kind uiirbntT wor t'l)ir(iu cllt. It hEXlSGTOX A CI.CI.VATI. SehfJuU In KCett tint newiir ittj -f- , iu g. " o7; Ki. tHin.1 . r0T DaUj Ex. Bun, I L.&N. -- Lre. Oa?lB;tB.., " KalMPuth " Cjsihl.na Air. raa.. . " Ixaggt(Hi Arr. I'urli.. Ten-nete- Air. urr uiKaiior':: s. V. Si t.i..,i,.r., i pta(... I ltlaliian.i... VlMhr je0.w! s r'iilPyiMpw6j il 4t JOauilQ ' M.rau,pi4 ispt? ' VI 8 10 a mi a m t 10 pta 2 do pro P'S pis . -.. iiip ,J o p a f . , I 7 mtt y!i!fi!fn ItlctllUMkl.. .. .'. n 45 a m J I I Wpra 8 la n to ifQ. f "- -No I "' . ;." Noatn-Boufl- SOUTH & WEST i Xo. II Lto, ItowiandT.'.. I.Te. Mrlonloti.. :: frfa Mr. ltlchtnAit .. . " Ijnraittr .. ir. KlchmotiJ.. ,. 8 (0 a la, 10 2.' in II a ml . Wlncbntfr. Arr I'arli I.to. Laxlogton L I'arli . Lt. Hlchmou.l Arr. " ( Ill . ; I 1 7 10 a"M .... 8 M am, 00 a in 3 10 J ampul 10 an! pu 1Mb m pta, 8 0 a in TOO , . .. " Kalioouth Arr, OuTlptnn rnthlaiu .. B Op j 00 p mi!0 0)a. mil jo M.Sl, lall l'li 8 10 9 01 P m 7 li a m. 2 pm ml ra 8 18 pm ,nj f 43 pm 8 ID put 4 17 pm HHA.VOH. HOITU-UODK- t No M. e, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 'Ex. 8uo 1.1 Uallf 2 nn n CorlBclon " rarli." ArrMlllpnturu. " Oarllal.. . " jonnoa . ..'" ior-cwiv- "" ia it a iu r is p 10 ia 8 8C p m 1'""? in 7 to ?in,)pu It I I a in " b 2o ii i.i P m OIlUlll-Hcl'- p TTfoTsT jra our-wive- s. SEnTT-WEEKI- Ly htw-bai- JU6ll,lp " rarHi! ilyiT.M Polly lallr K, tun K. Bun S r 1 a in, Ii MpZi T ToTo7" A"rA'"Jr.!r::: " Ixlofi,n " ' Moth. i.in Train 8 ami i . .i II .,, 7 W a in I 1 SO pm 8 Ida in 8 15 p in 9 Ma m A 10 pin Dm Ma in , 1 J 89 p ID it p III 3a m ... ' a and M Train,', niiu Vull,u i V Interior Journal Tllrntitl ., Mn;,,VnrVac.br,;.&V,UfkH ,1L.:.. . '"'. "&!, i Wluchntoi ,0 - H,t);hl.0m!:' P. WALTON, Pro'r. lEK '"rit; Ueocral ti' I.A.KEKLEV. TraT' ,,JM- Ajont. CoTlnglon, utllwi, Kr. man-of-wa- r, mmmirfuui w..iwriiioi LH'3 ENGLISH' . JTOE "WOR-K- L "t hi, al,-rU.,1.1 L- hjiT?.1!?.?;. m .:i; V "S "' " .- - . . a I u ti ...I...... " .. ".."."..'" l"".. I1IIUJH ")I'm. ' ......! - jrand Combitiatioit ur .e uT ut. M.L. BQQnNE. 6tnf,rd. ( llfe-slz- 4 J lrlsniffc BlaMUftilcu. Alwlt A. aLie,aa,a fvrrr oIr Mr. i. gntiCiieilLiet., liow-ovc- I.,l, .V. Weekly lUJion. V. SU liy Dm '" glut. 1.00. u 1 1 t .1 YOU - in tli II I H iT-- " wtili OynjKpsla ond Llr- v, miliar li kuarantced to r. Bourne Not m be cUi''t niiiinir, ere mBCBlng Iroi pi-- i (J iii i- newspaper of the 8,)uih, dtinocrat-leax- d fur a tarln far reronuo only, anil tbn )n-t- , brtnlitoitanil ablest lauilly weekly In the Unltrd tatia. Thote who dflrn to examine a iimple copy of thu Courle;lourual c&n do iu at thli otUcr, Tl " Mt' two do" the M yen Hotelt PttroNllrou. OzUc G. aduH,,kl.n, . M