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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886082401 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. Semi 0 VOL. XIV. MT. SALEM, JUH LIHCOLh COUNTY. A RHO'.A wmtefiif disr-rLu! I HS-It- fS? nuil NO. 153. H. K. TAYLOR, Of I.OOAN COUNrY, la a Candfdate or ofSuperlnwndent of PuMIe Inatruetloa, w WOUaiAlalUU OIBIB WUTCnUOBi STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1886. Simple Remedy kjh Chronic Diar GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Dr. T. C. Suiitb, writing In tie A loaded log wajjon turned over on Lancaster Jack Aiford near here lut wiek, crushing Med and Surg. Reporter, mention thnfitit E'd G W. Yancv will begin a pro t, him badly. It ia said there ire chances of of hi having cured a case of chronic trso'ed mesllngat Klrksvilln this week which had lasted for nearly 10 yesrs. his recovery. A. II. R'ce A C). sold 17 car loads of Dick and Joe Allen, for the killing of br the adminisfm'ion of a saturated wheat to Lucas A McAfee, of Cincinnati, at deputy sherlfl Tucker, were tried before an Hon of salt and cidrr vinegar, n drachm per examining court at Liberty last week, and gayo bond for their appearance at circuit court; Dick in the sum of $000 and Joe in the sum of $200. A number of eohools have suspended in this nnd Casey counliea on account of sickness. The prevailing dieeate is flux. It is verv bad on C4rpenter' Creek,. Five are down at William Myers' and one was in a prectrious condition when latt heard from. Your former correspondent, A. C Woodson, died a ftw days ago. Frank Hitnn loit a child last Thureday. Thrr Heard Her Speak, Hhf was a sweet faced, blue eyed young girl, with greet nveof gok'on hair brush edcirefully back from n noble lookinp, soow-whl- le brow Her ruby lips wre full and sweet. Innocence Itself was In her great, blue eye. Fair and sweet was she in all the purity and genllenrs of her fresh young womanhood Two young men have long been watch ing Ler with oagurness inlenre. Her glorious beauty had enthralled them. "What n superb plrl"' said one. ' Never was lily fairtr!" How I would love to hear her speak. No 'sweet bell jingled' could he like words the muat utter with lips like that." Bhe spoke. A friend came down the aisle and said carelessly: " "A hot day, MIs I) The full, rtd lips ptrled slowly, the beautiful head turned with superb grac, n smile of icraphic sweetoe-- s illuminated the noble features, soft and sweet and low wit her arlloa answer: "Well, I i hou Id Hmlrk to twittet! Hot ain't no name for lt"-DtrFree being taken thrro or four time a day. He also stales that !nco the first Instance where he reooir mended this homely remedy, without uppjiug that it would actually do any good, ho has employed ft several times in more or less severe esses cf chronic (Harriett i, in which il produced (real Improvement, and, in some cases, ! Hie cure. Whore re'.ap'm Ml aion of Hit reined?, its ratio rd admin strx lion was again followed br improvement 71c IMOTICE. I have one reglaUrod bull and one and several good yenrlloga, entitled to a ths office aubjtct l'iibtlhct Tttcmtav -- AT ami Frtttttv be a 3131l A.MNTJM, OAHII. t understood If wecrodlt that U.M will (ected and demndid. reglater.forsalochcap. n A, 31. FELAMt, Stanford, Ky. Mill ForSale! t W. T. WALTON. GEO. O. BARNES. Pntsa th Lord, (bd is Lore and Notb ing EUo." OrClimNTAL IIOTKI., I.NDIANAPOLH, At'ooirr Htb,18S0. LAST IXSUK. J rcONTINUKD FHP Once ncroM th S erra and nfler break-faitin- at Keno, our dusty train Mruck tlio desert and kept in It the whole iUt thro'. No word un expreaa the forlorn appear-nnceo- f Mil' hUleou voe'e. It l notnplar-Itiexpanse of Mm!, Ilk the .Nubian or Si narade-erle- , hut eomcthlnc nioro deaolale rtllll. Thefaco of ihe.mhltUh, alkaline mro brunh and enrth It covered w.th lo wood ecrub, that arc more diemallr jroaae tJeprcMlng to lok at tlnn naked Mnd. The tn only llvlnz thine we wi lu thi Clod of desolation, wrre number-Utreloh jick rabbitr; thln-l- i inked, lone leaned creature, Ml run to eura, that eeemed to awarm and flourish In the awful Ther are called "utrrorf un ie mule." by the ftcettoue native" that only At llumbolt la a aweet more r.erv-- i to eel off nurrouiidin,: horror vividly, A pretty fountain played bifore tho bote', in mockerr, At tho cje ranging over tl, fell upon the Itite runnnllu thet besan aj:ain &0 rrd lchiod the range o( wooden hoti'V', that tried in vain to abut ut froui view the awful ou.-aiworld. The onlj i fl eel lo the Jrrinea waa ranee that it we In tamed in by lon-l-iof hill on the horiuu ou either hand. Hut luiajnatiun vauhed acroi tbee harrier and and piciurtd illimitable ee-lirue- h wood eorub beyond. create I)innr at Huuibolt. T.m at Klko. Near Ihie latter lawn (Mr dear Abe. Cwan waet who loved ed hi life, o precious lo b in digging for the cold t onetcrfound him, And he, poor fellow, was waly one of the thousands. When I think bow tolllnc, panting men have wrought in thco Bivae, barren Rulshce, in places waihinj; down whole uountaina in icirch of ahininj; Jus! enduring untold hardship, with only a vague h"pe ahead; an I when I think how (.nny hare perished holp!aly, amid thee waalce, who, but for thin accused and dreams nf fortune quickly had lived hippy live at heme, nJ died with children' free around their lxdldee, I hate the yery name of 'Void mine" that hat I a red eo many lo dtitruc ion and enriched eo (err. There Is no "let up" on this frightful dee ert till 50D miles have been accomplished and Cjiinne, in Utah, It reached the recond .naming out from Bin Krancitco, Ooly aaje brush and jack rabbits till we strike the land of the Mormone. Here patient, tolling thrift begin to tell and the "wilder net tu hloH'oui as the roo " With what joy we hailed the Gild of parple lucerne, ready for the mower' blade; wheal and oat In shock, alanding thick in golden attcka npin the reaped stubble; while occa clonal fields of Indian corn told of a gener ons noil, find waved in taswled glfJnew, a true Kentucky welcome. Men wero driv ing Iujiuj to arid fro; enuiu were plowing. hero nnd there; and nil teeming to have flomethini: to do beside lazy louucini; at .iitwyrtatiou( toelure at pieelng tiolne, as the tK wo eaw nt Mtoppim: place iu the ileeert did, and eppiriHl to I are nothing R for-nkm oi, I'ren. Hii Was Sum. Dead A story ie told of oce of our local politicians who was can. vajsing for the nomination for n county tf hce. Oao afternoon he attended a gather ing in an out township, nnd meeting an In tdl'gont looking young man, whom he tboiubt might hare some influence, walk ed up to him nnd (hook him warmly by the hand, Inquiring: "How ie your frith-ei?- '' The young inau answered; "My father has been dead thro year " "In- died," replisd the candidate, "I had not heard nf It. I knew him intimately. He waa one of my beet friends and I regret to heir it. He wai one of the bet and pur-emen I ever knew You have my sym yathy," etc. The same evening he met the g same pwcm in a village near by, and forgotten his face, accosted him the kc ond time with the Interrogatory: "How ia your father?" The young man looked at him for a moment and said: 'He is still dead;" and walked off. Minneapolis at hn-in- uc Cold-'.hir- at an-uire- Time. Why Va-ha- k Guns vo not Maury. Motherhood is beautiful, and a bbe in the house is a wellspring of joy. But this dwarf the mind. At each advent the mother' mind got back to begiu anew with tho infant'. Bhe Ictoa articulate spetch and jibbers a jibberish to begin with il intrtlcuUte language. What an intellectual tumble for a Yassar graduate! A young one in the family gathers to il inanities the mind of all the company, nnd the visitor go away with a sense of sinking to intellectual vacuity. All this Is lovely nnd doe well enough for the present domestic stale of womar; but ilia nut for thn emcxolptted, elevated, intellectual wc rntui that is lo come. Bhe is not to i erve as a domestic wellspring of joy, hut n an terror.-CincinCommer cUI. nati I offer for ealo privately my bushel. . The remulm of Dty, the young FLOCK AND GUIST MILL, son ol Mr. Alex Doty, of upper Garrard, .mD1x .R.lTC0 5 ml,e Vm Danville, on the Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowera, BindIxjalngton turnpike. It la a very valuawere interred in the Lancaslr cemetery on ble piece of Property and can be had at a barxaia ers and Reapers, Fridav. by addrcaslog me atonce at Stanford. Kr. "3-ljjJtS. C. X. FLOXD. Mr. Henry A. Warner and Miss Lucy Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. lU-iBurton, both of Girrard, obtsined license rf our ennty clerk Thursdav, when they MT. VERNON, KY. were made on by Rev. Morris Evans, who tied the knot io his most happy style. Thla old and n Hotel la atlll main Misa Anna Vaughn, of CbriatianeburK, The John Church Co. will Iiit.i a DnM nl. taining Ita Dno reputation. Cbargea rcaaonable will begin teschlng at Locust Grove Acad- ano tuner In Stanford the latter part of Auguat or Special attention to the trarellng public. me um or (September. Thoae wanting tuning done A movement agonal labor unions ia al emy, is this county, next Monday. Miss J KEirvoSIlt, Pro'r, ST.r,n will pleaao leave ordora with Miaa Bote RIcharda Mt. Vernon, Ky. ready seen at nearly every manufriciuring Anna has tr.ui'ht soveral term at tho above or Miaa Ella llamaey. Satiafaction guaranteed. centra. The mill owners Ht Augaata, Ga , oolle, to the satisfaction of all of her paH. It. .V I.. JT. COOK. have just orgiiulitd against trade unions, tron. Kid. Jesse Walden delivered a tomper-nnc- e MILLEnSDURG and proporc to make the ICoIghl of Lbir 1 Wl" Vt Stanf0ra Ipcture at the Christian church Sunraise a strike tt that place by nhiming down nil the mill-- :. A ehue manufacturer day evening. The local option ball i One cut Poiuul. at Lynn, Mas',, who employed 700 men, opening up and promises to keep things Accountadueat the eloseof each This popular achool, afler a year of unparalled suc- whenruatomtrqutta. "u.u, or lately closed hisetatjiehmcrit and refute) lively until the vote is taken some time in cess under 122-- tf It. K. ItAUltOW. Tho temperanco people will to rem in a work until his men ngncd to October. C. leave the unions to wbich they belonged. spare no pain in canvassing tho entire AND MRS. S. O. TRUEHEART, A protective association to resist tyranny county and have strong hopes of winning, College, Lady PamciPit, Tho fall term of tho Garrard circuit and interference on tho part of the trades-unio- w..,,..t Again oners ltaclf for public patronage. With In. has also been formed by the New court convened Monday morning with his created lacllltles, an enlarged Faculty and an eleTho Next Seision Opens September 1. ailorda unuiual England textile mantifscturer and many honor Judce T Z Morrow on the bench. vated eourjo of atudy, Itof your daughters.oprortu-nltle- s for tho education ilKV. C. POPE other organ'xtions for the same purpore, Attorcey Herndon' commirsion having Snd lor Catalogue to Noted for Health, Comfort, Homo Mllleraburg. ky. dare. will doubtlee be the result of the misguid failed to arrive, our old fidthful "'Dick" uooa Discipline, well Qualified and Warren was present to represent the Com ed attitude of sonic of the labjr societies. MACK BUUCL'd Efficient Teachers, Thorough Training monwealth. A two weeks' term wilt likely and wido scope of Instruction. Thirty years ago James Siarnea left his disprse of the docket, which is a light one. Buggy & Implement House. wife and two baby boy in Chnttaaooga Mimes Clara Orchard and Ida Manly, (Jraduatea In three different couraea, arranged to suit the mental Uatts and capacities of pupils, and want to California to mako his for- who have bton the guest! of Misses Juliet I hare now For Catalogue apply to tune. In the ouree of time he heard that Gill for so feral weeks paat, returned to A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills nnd 1 '0.2m A LEX. 8. VAXTOX, Prealdent. his wife was dead, and nut long ago he their houo at Blooininnton, Ind , Thurs otior Agrioulturnllmplomonts, married a yuurg woman and came back to day, much to the regret of the maDy friends Bealdeaa his eld Tennesee home, where he found they made whilo here. Mr. J. M, Frazee E that his first was alive and e t ill faithful to and daughters, Anna and Fannie, of Maya Pull Linool Bng-tjie- s and Wagons his memory. James nnd hi two wives are ville, are guests of Mrr. 11. C, Jennings, Alwaya on hard. Ia connection with my Ira- Kern" nek 's Ronle East living in the same house uov, and ho can near town. Misj Luh Anderson baa cone . III .1- nlnmnnt liiilna " ij carry a """"""i . FOB not decide which to give up. He'll have to the Indian Territory to live with her Comiiloto Slock of Lumber, Washinrjton, Philadelphia nnd becomMrs, J. I.je Younj. E'd, Jesse to decide pretty soan, fjr they are eiatcr, Now York. ing demmitralive in their jaUouiy- - The Walden is removing to his new property on Both rough and dressed. Prlcea on everything aa Tho only line running bby hoys are men with farailier, nnd Lexington street. Mlrs Mamie Olds has Low as nny one. aSCiV SLUCW.VO CARS Mies May I solicit a Jamcihiratelf by hi) second wife has a returned from l.iohmoud. share of your patronage, llcapcclfullj , iND four-ye- ar old daughter. Ferguson, of Covington, and Misa Lainan, JlTr A SOLID m. I. 31. nitVCE. Mis; Sara Anof Cincinnati, are gucals of VROM The now completed BafCU tunnel ia nst derson, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington. Ky. r-; only pronounced one of tne greitesi TltE to Washington City, works ef the aje, but remarkable A Cure pop. Diap.ruu: and Crampj Connecting in tho aanio derot with also in one feature of its construction, Tako pulverized camphor, chloroform, Past Trains for Now York, namely, lint of passing under an arm of essence of peppermint, laudanum, each 2 r'ROM WllESCK . The Direct Koute to (he sea. The tunnel extends from New draebmr; glycerin, 1 drachmt; alcohol 7 No ICcdirns Siclt ! ' ... iMArlllA. T.1..1!l .if .fl Virginia (fanJ Krth CafollD I'olnt. PArtageto i'ortekewet, n distance of about drachmi; mix First dole, one teaspooulul f j For tlCkvUs flnJ i four and one-ha- lf miles, requiring thirteen in a third of a tumbler ol pure water and hii nine?.tlgllf lm buyei ahould eonault Tnnr nonrAaai niaAt fllrtrinr lr,f ..? apply to ?i.S r.r.iDrtcrM"- - v.hJ' uould you give ono rucr- - roe, General Agent, nM W. Jloa- years to build. Lexington, Ky, repeat after each liquid stool. The remedy n ajyc io UO IU1S If DOt iV.G.WIVKnAn, II. auuiuri is an old one that has been more xucecieful Juatlco to youraelf or family. 2d Vice Gen'l P,F'JV't. A little fnli story comes from the Sucker Vtrjicla. than any other medical preparation. The articles. PoorI"CV 'oa "fou'd beauro to get good goad, are dear at any price. NoSlate It is that a Geneeeo man (bating where la thla more so than in Medicines. You down the Illinois went lo sleep, tearing n dese i a full one for adulte, and for young might aa well pay SOc au ounce for aw duat aa for stout fidi line dangling in the water. When er persons or a slight attack, reduce the Inert medlclnca. .ahaIbI LI. . ItAllrn. h..lti.f moucii ui large iiockoi accordingly. Be carclul in eating; he awoke hi boat was 15 mile further up dose Everyarticle freah from the Concert Grand, nuu cueap ,IVUuw una iiic than when ho went to deep. A monster avoid meils and uncooked food and use no ett (election of fancy gooda, abow iiivt;: article, Ac, caaa Parlor Grand, Farmers' Home Journal Ac. Thecilebraled laiuare'a Spectacles nnd eye ice water catfiih had swallowed the b lit and towed glaaiea a specialty. The baat brands ot mixed Baby Grand, tho boat up the river. painti A little green apple hung up in u tree, sewing every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, Upright Grand, machine gooda, angler gooda, artists' Graham pasted safely through the' singing "Johnnie, com Johnnie, come gooda, chromoa, finincg, lamps, brushes, book ol Square Grand. ii Aiuua. Bimiouery. b ioousmi article lor eue Wo arn opening the uioai whirlpool rapid at Niagara Friday in a Johnnie!" And il was as mode-- it AS mod dear grandmas, maiden aunt and tbe amartest baaehcted, the by in the buslucaa-- all finest and Uat atock of at barrel nilh his head clicking out, but the est cou'd be, singing, "Johnnie, come JohnDr. M. L. Bourne's New Drue Store, fellow who attenlpttd ;o swim through it nie, come Johnnie 1" And Johnnie he came PIANOS AM OI2GA.VS atanfoid, Ky. way, Hnd ale up the iu a cork suit juat f et him was dashed to in bis sweet, childish Ever brought to this city every Ina'niment if the pride of an artiat aui prlcea range from 19 to fruit as his own lawful prey His mournpieces. 25 percent, lower man other dralers ak lor the ing companiors are crying y, "Where aaioe good. Person ol musical ai d rt culltiro Buckleys Arnica Salve arc Invited to un luspectlonrf the beautiful, cultivated, refund tone and artist eslgnaol thcaecelo The beat Salve In the world lor Cuts. UruUo is Johnnie, where' Johnnie, where' Johnbrated Instrument: Horos, diK Itbcum, forer Bores, Tutor, bapped nie?' Handa, Cbtlblalni, Orosand allBkln Eruptions, Tho World-renowne- d Kuabe, the Fa and positively cures Tiles, or no pay required. I, itious Decker a; Son. the Popular Evla guaranteed to glvt perfect ratlafactton, or money IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and erett nnd Ihe Itcllablo Xeiv l.'nirlniid refunded, 1'rice 25 rent per box. For a.tlo by Acue, Intcrinltteut or Chill Fever, Pianos, A McAllitor. Fever, Dumb Ague, Itlllous Fever, Fever), Liver The Celebrated Deuftue (or "llrcak-bono- " Olough and Warren and Interesting Experiences, Complaint, and nil diseases arising from from that tru' contentment which .Malarial poisons. me doun uunrou a uo. Urgatu. Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealor of Coluuibua, O., tells ht experlwice thus: "l'or three yeara fn'.i':ite" perfect bealth of body and mind. Flense eoniiuiinlrnin vlti, , ii., .(..t..!. "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1884. .M. Yu may iio's It, If you will purify and have trlvd every reiucJy on the market lor Stome "For eighteen months suff- i nd price.IC. .v.? I, ,1. OOlf, ."pftlal Ag'ta. . blood with Ayer's Saraa jour ach and Kidney DlamUra, but got no relief, un. rtiauforii, Ky. ered jvitlif Chills and Fever, jwrllla. Y., 31. Howard, Newport, X. II., til I u.d Electric Hitters. Toole Hyp bottles and Or UOSE K UieniAlio, o.i otllie, w rile : " I Miffere! for j ear with Scrofsin now eured, and think niectrlollltttera the beit having Chills every other day. Kcferencea. A R. Peni.y, Mr K. M. Carrea- llloxl IMrlaerln the world." Major A. 13. Heed, ulous humor. 'After using two bottles of After' trying various remedies ley, btan'orij Jtc. Maglo Holmes, L rati Orch- of Writ Liberty, K y, med Kloiule Hitter for an Aywr's Simaparllla, 1 .1 .. i recommended to cure.Ixiseda B.l fli.ll 11 I anJn sUtudlng Kidney affection and says; "Noth-lu- B. JWAI&RIS, Ag't ni iti'i 1'IAtfO TUNIiVGr. 5EWCOMB MOTEIi il ICE! ICE! ICE! "'fflrAjraS? Female College! Per J18-3- W REV. POPE, President, Stanford Female ns I? i""' j ' TRAIN engt-necri- Traydcr .h . uaT ..,., Ague Cure I AVER'S Happiness nt lnvlt-orat- old el9 on hand. We reached Oden bboutnumi and -- that ohrtnged into tho Dsuvt-- thvru Hio Grande lakes the triVeltr over the in ".it plcturerqu route nn tho cnnli nenl, as nil declare. I'rnui Ojden, on the Uoisn I'aclflc, to Hlt Lakei City Is 3S milef ; a boiutlful ride, with the creat lake on the richt nnd the grand Wahattcli ranee we halt to tho left. Half wT on 8 cd two bourn to bathe in the Mormon Djad Ben, tikln' a inter train to tho city. We noycd it intensely. Convenient bathing home and bUhinK'ault, at n modcrato charct). await the curioui travolor, Bnd lie aJ may dabble and pplash in the ealt-wt- ur libitum. It ia eo bouyaot that he in bound to ewim; 1 buckets of vriier make n bucket of lt. You float like a cork in Mich a mixture. It "euiHrta" sharply if jou eel r in eye or nostril. But that the We hail a plly time i enjlly avoided. there. At 2 r. M. ran down to the city of the "LatUr D.y Saints'' and found oom forMble qiartr at the Valley House, kept by n 'Gentile," but none thn worse for that, worth there E'er In You et your S- -' Geo O. Bauw8 Joius, mrrow.uauo "d J Ai.ui! TO ilhOIN. Al a futier.il in North Carolina a few days ago, the c flin arrived at the grnv juries tho sexton had finished Inrprcting some of tho dirt thrown up nnd discovered indications nfgold Hurried ocimilUtion was held with tho widow of thi deceased and was whether she would go hhend and work tne claim or All up the holo on the old man. "I giiais we'll take tho coflia over to the barn and leave him there for a few day," she replied "If them' gold hero I want it, nnd if there Isk'i any, why he won't be nny wuss (IT. Jacob never wus no hand lo kick, iyhnw, nnd il is too late for him to begiii now." High license ho succeeded in Savannah. The council of that city increased the li quor license from $115 to $300, n great mi take, many people thought, as It would so reduce the number of saloon ns localise a great deficiency in the city' revenues, and at the eamo lime have the effect of increai ing the number of illicit dealer) Tho ex perienceofn jonr has proved the wisdom of the council and ha benefited Savannah iu every way. Tho number of liquor 11 censes has fallen off, it is true, some GO idd, but only the worst and viieit saloons have disappeared, The city's revenues from the sale of liquora haye increaaed from $31,112 to $70,200, or mere than double. inu ijArc has ever done me so much .good ns Electric Hitler." Bold at W cent n botllo by Penny & McAlUtcr. Found groat relief. It has entire!) restored mo to health." James Krcneh, Atchison, Kans., writes: "To all jieraous MiiTeriug from Liver Complaint, I would strongly rccom inund Ayer'i Sarsapsrllla. I was allllctd with a dlscao of the liver for nearly two years, when a friend advised mo to tako thU inrdlutne. It pnvo prompt rellof, and lias cured inc." 3Irs. II. 31. Kidder, 41 l)i- - Ight st., lloaton, 3Iass ., writoa : " For a Focral years I have used Aycr lu my family. I never feel eafe, Sarsa-barill- bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and PJtKPAr.KD UY wan, hancuji r, Ky. IgJ-ly- r have never since, had a chill. HDWIW HARPER," Pr. J. C. Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Ciit.('oleman,8chr. Weymouth, plying between A Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Atlantic City ail 1 N. Y., had been traubled with a cough sij that ae wai unnble to deep, and was Indued to trr Dr. King' New Discovery for Conhim lnetant relief, sumption. It no: only bi.t allayed ths extreme nreuoss Iu his breait. Ills children wtro tlmll.u'y ailectod and a single doso had tho eame happy ellVct. Dr. King' New DUcoTxry la now tie itandard rcmody In tho Coleman houaebold and on board tho schooner, rco Trial Vottlei of this Standard Ilotuedy at Penny A McAUatcr'a Drug SUre. Positive Cure for Piles, To the poopleol thla county wo would say that we hare been glrcu the Agency Of Dr. Marchlal'a Italian I'lla Ointment emphatically guaranteed to euro or money refunded Iuterual, External, Hllnd HlK'dlng or Itching Pile. Prlco SOc a box. For aato by Penny .V Me Allstcr, Pruggiats. Sold by al! Druggists. iib i mm ii. if from O. & BE. even The direct through llnenodold tatabllabed routo At Home without It. As a liver meillclno nnd general urliWr of tho blood, It has uo equal." Mrs. A. II. Allen, 'Vrinteri.ock, Va., writes: ".My youngest lilld, two t, yrari of age, was taken with Bowel which we couM not cure. TV"o tried many remcdlefl, but no continued to grow iroriH!, and finally became bo reduce! In llc.-li that we could only niovo him upon a pillow. It was suggested by one at tho doctors that Scrofula might ho tlic causa of tho trouble. Wo procured a bottlo of Com-plain- Louisville & Civcinnati to St. Louis and all points in tho West. Two (2) Daily Tralna from Loulavllln to 8t. l.oula Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to it. Louia. Only liours from Louisville and Cincinnati tovt. Louis. to call-wate- of chicken?, dropped a Li diamong ring finger, and not bains Rble to find from her d fowls had it, concluded that one of the beat to kill thought it. It W" all the chickeus in order to And It, but the Internal arrangements ol each fowl afler. A ward killed were carefully examined. found. It was under week ogo the ring was lojt. the dlrl ja-- t ihere it had beeo More than 12 months ago a woman in Urange, G., while fedloc n large flock Daughters, Wives and Mothers. IVeomphatiially gturaute l)r. Marchlal'a Ca tbollcon, a Female Remedy, t cure Female Diseases, such aa Ovarian troubles, Indammatlon and Ulceration, Falling and Uiiplacemeot or bearing down fulling, Irregularities, Itarrenneas, Change oi Mfe.lrfiichorrhtea, boilde many weakncuessprlng tug from the above, like Headacho, bloating, Spinal Weukness, Slecpleaaneis, Nerroua Debility, Palpitation ot the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drug glm. Prices St and 31 0 per bottle. Send to Dr. J D. Marchlal, Utlea, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Foraalabv Penny A McAlUter. Druwlats. Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan got a ThrouRh Sloopiiig Car From Clnclnstl UiSt. Loulf. JL l tho only lino running Jfr C 1T through from Loulallle 11 aud Cincinnati to St. I.ui, alluther route being madoupof acomblnatiou nfiuall roada. 0 rJ. "Hr lX. AvLf-- ""ii .tm Ai. lsro Sarsaparilla and commenced giving It to him. It surely worked wonders, for, Ih n oliort Unie, he was completely cured." Said by all Druggist. AYER'S ewal-lowe- "' Hubert O. Thompson's bill at the IIoQ mnn House, In New York, 000 a year; averaged $37, actres?, has an annu nl inojme of $10,000 from her fruit farm in Katie Putnnm, the When Baby was sick, wo care her Caatorta, When alio w.i a Child, ahe cried for Caatoria, AVhe she became Miaa, aha clung to Caatoria, Arliou sho bad Children, ahe rito them Caatoria, l'rlco $1; Six bottles, $3. Preprnd by Dr. J. C. Aycr ,t Co., Lowell, Michigan. Mais., U. S. A. Tho Ohio A MIaslslpnl Kallwav runs Palatial fcleplri Car on nUfi tritln; J.uzuriant Yet' lor Car on day traius; Elegant Day Coach, ea on all tralna. Direct and close connections xrs made In UNION DKI'OTd with diverging line br the(). & M. Hallway, thua avoiding troblesoiu4 transThe & fers by other routes. The Ohio A Mlflsaiapl Hallway Is tbe only Hoe fitter" between Louisville, Cincinnati and ht. Loins Is an on any Pump or E yet under one management, running all ita tnvviitvf Th etips descending lullef eratir alran-trains throurh solid and In oonwquenc tandlng full i.i W4ier, Urcnlalcs the u imiu lot Is recognised First-CIsItoi'U betorn to top i.f , ,!eru or well, remiviig wlggl- -, tween tnuae Citle. water hug, uuu reiidtrli'g the wale- - purr, r. iuvt-In- g Apply to ticket Agen of tonnectlng line lot all unlnr. u,ie Tn. Piitii, ha lull partltular aa to rates, time, maps, clrcuhri au luptOTed i hah,, uo nr smell get link to ich or any desircJ lnformailon, or write tu tun Uxtliltrrl p an4 Im eal ol a Ifu:. UOBT. II. rolMAN, anatplcco ol galvanised Iron la ued D not Pasa. Ag't O. A il. Wy, Boioenot. Ky. Trnv. purchase a pump until you see this, W. M PEAIHM'. W. H.81IATTUC, Viry rt 101 ally, Oea, Pass. Ag't, l'(e. and (ien'l Man'gr, IV. HIGC11NN. Clnelnaatt, O. Bucket Pumb Pu hl Water l -- M rnia-etitJ- y, II. vra,,wrM'9'm. tv .rijyw rx.t wtir'igT' a ajjigigg ," . , - jRvsxcwctS; ti Tho wife Hiid on of Jcsre P. Rlffe tiro The huibmd of Harriot BeooUer nswsir Clefeland did not Stowe, died Sunday at Hartford, Conn, suffering from tvphiid fever, His daughter, Mm. T h Carpmter, is procira'rd with sign the surplus reduction bill, but ho lit aged eighty four. having the debt reduced right alone all The new 8t Joseph's Orphan Asylum the same disease. Jamed Powell is underAugust 24, 1886 the name. Stanford, ILy., at Crescent Hill was dedicated Sunday by going nn attack ol flur, which disease is Bishop McCloskey in the presence of 12, prevailing to n lareo extent in Casey coun K07E8 OF CURRENT EVENTS. 000 persons. The building is one of tbe ty. Mi'j Mattlo Dinwiddle, who was in W. P. WALTON. The Acting Secretary of the Treasury most Imposing of the many admirable jured last week by tho' npetttn'c of her baa issued a call for $15,000,000 of three charitable institutions in Louisville and bugey, is mending verr slowly, Mr. Steele, DEMOOBATIO TICKET, of tho firm of Weatherford & Steele, is clos-io- g vicinity. per cent, loan of 1162. For Contras, ont stock, preparatory to starting for John T. Snyder, of Clark county, who of Arizona, who is in Gov. Zullck, was horribly bitten in the face by a mad Washington, saye: "It Is estimated that In Texas about tho clwe of the month IS. McCMEARY. JA2IES The prohibition loom l tho prevaildog, is dying in great agony of hvdropho- - the raids made by the Geronlrao's band of Ol Madlaon. in 1S7S, ing epidemic with us at present. Tbe bia. Indians since their first surrender Robert L. Taylor, democratic nomi there have been 2,500 persons murdered in Hon. 11 iv. Gen. Green Clay Smith deliver Hatjbtead and JobnR McLean, Murat for Governor of Tennessee, has tender Mexico, Arizina and the adjoining Territo- ed a very neat and effective address on the the Cincinnati mud sllnger, came as near nee ed his resignation as Pension Agent at ries, besides the deslruatlon of a vast subject at the Baptist church on Friday fighting the other day as cowards ever do. Mrs. Neild is billed for Mimlay night and Knoxville. amount of property." For years these two men in their rtspectire Tuesday morning. Siloogas tho question Canton, O, has given the Dueber official returns show that J. l The receptacles of filth, the Commercial and the Watch Care Co. $100,000 to locate its man- Marrs, of Whltesburg, was elected Com- is handled by sneu tnlnda as those wo may Enquirer, have branded eachother with all ufactory there and it will be removed from monwealth's attorney in the 19th district, expect an able and dcorous dlscuision. kinds of epithets and infamies, to the dishowe-e- r, Unfortuuately. both lor tho Newport, Ky. instead of Hurst, as was believed last week. gust of decent people, and never a word of Ciute in question snl puhl-drcencr, we Is The condemned Anarchists at Chicago Mr. Marrs is a democrat, nis fight has been spoken. But another CinBamford have always a hol of embryo -- uses, lldco-lin- g declined to see a minister of the gospel about 500, while his running mate, cinnati paper lit into Halstead In a way he politic: econc-mist, stateimen, Inchoate Sunday, laying that they wanted no relig White, candidate for circuit judge, was dedifpised, whereupon that individual who, like J I)V war hotto, "snuff the ious consolation. feated by Col. Lilly by about 100 votes. Col. W. Q. Terrell, the notorious battle) from afar;" but unlike Bilaam's ass, A very destructive storm visited Gal- - Ml. Sterling Sentinel Democrat. duelist, to Saratoga, the summer residence secrighteous verdict re- often fail to give us words of the maturest veston, Seguin, San Antonio and other Following is the of Coal Oil Johnnie, to demand satisfaction Already the meteoric reformtions of Texas Friday. Crop! were destroy- turned by thejury in the trial of the an- wisdom to or blU'Ud. At first Johnnie refused ers are enunciating the drrad dictum that I.V AUOXDASfJE. ed and some lives were lost. archists at Chicago: "We, the jurr, find communicate with Terrell on the Bupject, Spies, Michael no man, cor his son, nor his aor.'s san lo Drew Johnson, a farmer living near the defendants, August but being pressed, he cent for Gen. Soger Glen Allen, Mo., shot and killed lis wife Bchwab, Samuel Fielden, Albert R Par-son- ine remotest generation who fails to vote A. Fryor to act as his second. The matter Friday morning, and then put a ball Into Adolph Fischer, George Engel and with them need ever expect the suffrages was referred to him, McLean denied any of an outrnjsd people. This may be legit his own brain. He was incane. Louis Ling, guilty of murder as charged in connection with the oflending paper, Hal the penalty at imate argument, hut it eems to smack C. B. Simmons, who stole $3S,000 from the indictment, and fix stead's wrath was assuaged and he pro too much of intiver-nc- o in a land the L. & N. and struck ont for Canada, has death. We find the defendant, 0car W. rather nounccd himself sathfied. So ended the which once held the doctrine of free speech, compromised with the company and will Neebe, guilty of murder in manner and a fre e press and free -- till. war of the tumble-bugs- . return to his home in Louliville. form as charged in the Indictment, and fix CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY An illicit distillery hai been discoverThe Lexington Observer raya that thoss the penalty at imprisonment in the peniunregecerate individuals, Soule Smith and ed in the county jail at Atlanta. The tentiary for 15 years." Governor's Ball al Crab Orchard Charley Mocre, ho have been uting Bro. worm was an India rubber tube and the Hardin county has a public school Springs Friday night. Barnes' name In his absence with a free- whisky was from the corn bread. fond of $30,000. Has over one hundred Mrs. II. L. Sieger will for tie ntxt two Oflho IIcNt AfHkvN. dom not altogether allowable, fled to where The Pope has condemned the Knights public schools, four colleges and academies, weeks sell any or all of her millinery stock the woodbine twineth as soon as they heard of Labor and the Bishops of the church are and three female seminaries. It has 73 at cost. It will greatly oblige her if all he was coming to Lexington, another in- enjoined against the order, as against all churches of all the leading denomlnatiots. those Indebted to her will call in the same stance of the wicked flteing when no man the secret societies under the Papal ban. Two railroads running entirely through ii time and settle. Aug. t. pursceth. Though physically able to use The republicans of the 11th Congress- and the prospect for a third. It haa en VtirnUliIng Oliftimry I'oetry. either cf them up, Mr. Barnes wouldn't ional district have called a convention to Muldraugh's Hill the acknowledged finest Another buslncxi that is heard of now and adassemble at Cimpbellsville, September 1st, fruit section between the Alleghany and harm a hair in either'a head and our then, tho furnishing of obituary oetry, is vice to them is to return, confess the Sav- to nominate a candidate forCongress against Rocky Mountain!. It is out of debt and successful in tho hands of. a man who "lives ior and flee only from the error of their Maj. Botta. only requires a tax of ten cents on the hun somewhere on tho east side. Ho watches tho ways. annual council of the dred dollars and a poll of $2.50 to pay all papers for death notices, and, having clioron CHEAPEST AXI IIENT The ono that him Is It has not a saloon njit to It lonj ospericneo has tnught row to Joe Blackburn relaxed that huge ori Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky will meet the expenditures. nrnilahlo for his purpose, lie fice In his face a few days ago and thus ad in St. Paul's church, Louisville, Wednes within its borders and Intoxicating liquors tho bereaved locality, tho house, ask dreesed the President: "Mr. Cleveland, If day, September 22. Bishop Dudley will are not allowed to be sold for any purpose what questions about tho family ho can of tho neighbors, and then goes homo and writes whatever. fEliaabethtown News. I were President of tho United States, I preside. a "poem" appropriate to tho occasion. A day would call my cabinet together and say, An assassin who attempted to shoot or two after tho funeral ho calls upon tho OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. relatives, and, expressing sympathy for their 'Gentlemen, if there is a single republican the President of Uruguay in a theatre at office-holdin your departments at the ex- Montevideo last Tuesday evening, was capFalconer, by Harry O'Fallon, was again affliction, claims to havo boon n friend of the departed, ami, moved by tho termination of g piration of a period of ten days your resig- tured by the audience and literally stamp- victorious at Saratoga on Wednesday, his or her carver, has written "this littlo Tor (ho Kerry Nctoou. be accepted forthwith.' Briefly, ed to deatb. nation will from a large field. tribute," which ho delicately otrers for a reaconsider civil service the biggest humClaude Carr, aged 40, who gave up his Clem's trial before County Judge sonable sum. It is said Utat his price b I Jake usually fj, and that ho makes from $10 to (15 bug ever perpetrated upon the American wife for the embraces of a beautiful house Lte on Saturday on a charge of packing a n week from Ifla literary effort. people." And Joseph seems to us to have girl, committed suicide at Lexington after pistol, was not cotnp'e'ed and was adjournThere is another sort of peonle wIki mrfco Jerry Owens was the a practice of inspecting tho death notice! for "diagnosed" the case correctly. a year of quarrels and fights with her as ed until Tuesday. business T1k nttention of theo b prosecuting witness. his mistress. J or. r. W ATE KM. Bro. Sutton, cf the Breckenridge 2cus, limited to tho deceao of wives. Thoynro y Jt.e. wi:.hk.. Tho people and troops at Sofia, BulgaJudge M. II. Owsley was here ou women of rntlwr uncertain ruputo, and their open letter in his last has a and held a called term of the Boyle object is to get nn engagement as houso-keepria, eurronnded the palace Saturday, and which he characterizes Tom Robert for the widower, Their method of Alexander abdicated and was escort Circuit Court for tho construction of the to Congress, as Prince Eon, candidate for 1 ed over tho frontier. There was no discord will of Mrs. Hutchison, deceased, who was operation much tho some ru tlwt employed a disgusting drunkard, totally unfit for any by tho obituary jioet. Hut they sometimes or bloodshed. the widow of Thos. Hutchison. go furtJicr. I lKivnl of n man who had lost raco ever known is truet. The G-R.-O The Kentucky Union Railroad has hU wifo, and nt tho funeral ww Mirjriud to F. M. Ware, of this county, sold Mon.now being run by Mr. Robertson and Mr. see twefal strungn wonwiu Hardly was the been sold to a Scotland syndicate, who get day morning to Israel Brown, of CincinnaMontgomery and each is accused o( every possession September 1, and will extend it ti, 105 fat hogs, averaging 205 lbs. each at burial over U'foro ho received sir applications for tho iosltfcm of uotuekecpej-- , uii crime in the category. To a man up a tree to Virginia southward, and to Georgetown, JJ cents. Good judges pronounce this to one of tle applicant having been j.'n nt Uio it looks like both ought to bo relegated to Ky., northward, ha the finest looking lot of hogs they have fnnernl. "Uncle UlllV New York Utter. obscurity and a decent man sent to Con-greA woman who had lost 12,000 at the seen for a long time. from that district. CluirnrtrrUtlc of llio 5crinim. Monte Carlo gaming tables, committed suiMr. Bryan Y. Craig and his cousin, l'erhap tlm popular Ilea that a Gorman n jast is- cide at Grenoble. This is the 70th suicide Mr. Henry Shcppard, of Chicago, are visThe new democratic hand-boon somewhat phlegmntk-- , uuexi-ititUindisued by Senator Kenna and gotten up, it is occaeioned by loea at Monte Carlo since iting tho family of Mr. J. J. Craig. Tho vidual, with mrv staying moim en tluui corprincipally by Phil Thompson, is not the season began. Baid, first named is a son of Rev. Green Craig, mentum, b, take It all in nil, a tolerably rect one. 11 U point tomfer, witlitn regarded with much respect by the New Frank Egbert, of Frankfort, who has formerly of of this county. Mies Lucy tho hearing of otoro tlie Knier Wilhelm's nny of York World, which says that the work of done other Bode, of Hustonville. were in eubjeetvi, to Voltaire's doubt whether Mun work in the same lice, stabbed and Ltzzie the yolurae shows that the conduct of the Jake Dudley, a colored man, in that city town last week on a brief visit to Dr. and Allemand pent avoir do I'mprit." Yet tho campaign has fallen into the hands of doubt ramt not (infrequently liave traek four times Sunday morning. He bullied Mrs. J. C, Bogle. others de tlw venomous Frenchman, n sophomores and that If the democrats are two Wm. Minor, the young man from the certain lmnpihms being common policemen and escaped arrest. to the. not beaten in the coming canvass it will pronounced to be of un- peoplo at large. L?vi Gastineau, a farmer of West End recently not be because they have not a surfeit of No race i more frugal, more patient, more Pulaski, committed suicide by blowing his sound mind, is still in jail, the superinschoolboy composition to help them en to hardy or more easy to govern; bene they brains out with a pistol ball. He had a tendents of all three of the State luna make tlwj defeat. liet of colonist, just as tho tic asylums saying they are all full up and Celt, nnd tho Cclto-Latiwifo and several children. Domestic troubtlto l'renchmin. An exchacgo remark?: "The republi- les are given as tbe cause of the rash act. patients This thing mnke tho worst. Yet theo qualities, in can take take no more cans of Tennessee havo nominated Alfred m In a general row over the possesion ia becoming too common. How would it which hosoil, abounds when tnmplnut.d to a foreign nro leM marked nt liome. Tho Taylor for governor: the democrats have of a prostitute, Bill do to build a few more Asylum? Miller, a section hand je.: heaviness of tho German makctt him, as n Jtc rr tricirir ,r TC VTil-- j. m nominated his brother, Robert L. Taylor, at Sunday. workman, dilatory, Col. A. M. Swope was in town Fiat Rock, on the Cincinnati Southern, unpunctunl, (.low, anil and tbe prohibitionists talk seriously of formerly of will Mcdonald VATKr.., 8i.ian. Danville, was killed by Henry His friends will be gratified to learn often "bungllnp." His handiwork liav tUTKIlS A rt'EAUKV. tho iuntntK of the KrenchmnnV, and It putting up tbe father of the two brothers Collins, who shot him through tho that his health has been entirely restored. heart. b not often thnt ho can lie ilepended on to as their candidate. If they do, the green-backeFred Pappenheimer, boh of a wealthy Dr. I. S. Warren returned to his home in llnlMi what ho Imi contrncUil to iorform of the State ought to nominate the New Mr. J. R. within tho rtiptilnted jierlftl. Hence, railway York merchant, committed suicide in Pulaski county, on Saturday. old lady." Louisville because, according to a note left M. Polk, of the Louisville bar, was in town contractor preferred tho KnglUh navvy, not that ho was so much utroiiger than the GerMr. H. W.Xewkibk has sold the "Wi- by him, am of no good and never will Friday and Saturday, preparing for trial man, but (.imply because ho did not find so & Co. vs. lim Master-eo- n lliamsburg limes to Meter. N. A. Richard- be, and will go to another world where I the case cf Welsh manyexcuH'H for interference ith lib connow pending in the Boyle Circuit tinuous work. I'coploj of tho World. son, A Oatlifle, G. A. Dsnham and Jerry can do more harm." Atkins for $1,000 and returned Sunday to Information from the Ninth district I Court. DKilKIS The riiiglurlsnx of Itnyiilty. Mr. O. P. McRoberts (better known as his home in Michigan. The paper will to the effect that Hon. W. H. Wadsnorth It would Mem that tho I'rinco of Wales' sons Drugs, Books, Stationery and now be mado out and ont democratic and will be the republican candidate for re- Perry McRoberts,) of Tennessee, is here havo been guilty of a very flagrant pleco of Fancy Articles. we trust its new owners will haye easy election to Congress, while cither Judge visiting his daughter, Miss Mary, and his plagiarism. No jiassago In "Tho Cru ho of tho son, Mr. O. P. McRoberts, Jr., and other Bacchante" has been bo admirably quoted as sailing on thej)urnalisticsea. Wall, of Mason, or Mr. Bascom, of Bath, PbyMcUoi' prurlplon neurit?!; compound! friends. He will be in Stanford some time tho ono written while lctwccn llarbadoes and AH Martinique?, which begins: "Wo The jury in the trial of the anarchists at will be the democratic nominee. present week. Major John A. than men," and ending, "but tho should lioless The Beaver Creek coal miners have at during the nail memory Chicago for throwing tho bombs which Hann has returned to his home In Denton, of their useless vnlor," etc. It is indeed a killed S3 many policemen, did its work last gone to work on half time, accepting eloquent and ciTcctivo passage, ns well the scale of prices offered last March. The Texas, after a pleasant visit to relatives a most bo, well, and when the seven scoundrels that it it may for it turns out to havo Mrs. Geo. T. Schoolfield and" chiN ulmost word for word from Chnrlr bwn copied The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, Kingsley's has condemned to die shall ornament a coiiVicta at Greenwood aro working away here. Jewelrj and Silverware returned from a visit to relatives charming work, "At Last," u hero It will bo dren have scaffold, the country will breathe freer. and but little is said of them since tbe found In tho second chapter. Canon Dalton Ktw boujhl to tbli in Spencer county, market Prlcn Lnwor than Anarchism can not flourish In this country. email politicians have ceased to agitate the allowed It to tw published, without hint, hapthe Lowctt. Wntchw, Clocki anj Jewelry JJ. Tbe Clippers of Danville and tbe Bur-ginsubject. paired on short notice rdJ Wrrantkl. pily without suspicion, of its truo origin. Tho Ah old reprobite who heretofore stood of Burgln, had a little game on Sat- prince, howover, may console themselves unIt is announced that Mrs. Cleveland high in social and church circles at New- has Consented to open the Minneapolis Ex- urday; 21 to 8 is the way the score stood at der this unpleasant exjio&ure by reflecting ark, N. J., is in jiil charged with having position. A wire is to be extended to the the end in favor ol the Danville. Iho that they havo only imitated Lord Ikw-fleld- , ruined CO yooJ5 girls. If tho charge be President's cottage In the Adirondack John iMasonheimer nine also played tbe nearlywho, it may bo remembered, Iwrrowed half his elalwrato oration on thoDuko true the citizens should not permit the Mountains, and at the proper time Mrr. Junction City nine on Saturday. John's of Wellington from a translation of a work law to lake Its course, but end the scoun- Cleveland is to press a button and start tho Club was playing a strong game, but the by Thiers. It was stolen without the change of aRingloword. Them royal authors have drel's existence at once. machinery. hour coming on when some of the gladiplundered Canon Klngsley In muclj about the cows same Wm. N. Hill, aged seventy, gave Miss ators had to quit and drivo their lasiuon. Chicago J lines. Judge Leslie may get in after all. An Mary Magee, aged twenty, a number of home, the game was suepended until a error, It is said, has been found in the Hart useful presents In Tho Knot mill tho Mile. expectancy of marriage, more convenient season. poll books of 8 against him, which, if corThe "knot" and tho mllo nro tornii often Miss Magee had other Ideas, however, and used Interchangeable, but erroneously so. rect, elects him by 1 votes instead of Carr. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. the Jeaeamlne Circuit Court has just deThe fact is thnt a mile is less than 87 per cent, We hope it is true. Now let there be a cided that she must return tbe presents to miles nro equal, Our town marshal has added the 10th of n knot. Tlireo and one-ha-lf of the books as between Warclose scrutiny within tbe ancient donor. member to bis voluminous family a girl. Tho a very amall fraction, to threo knots. knot is 0.0S3.C0 feet in length. Tho ren and Herndon. Wm Watkins, a journeyman brickMrs. John Jones, daughter of the late statute mllo is 5,280 feet, Tlio result of tho A rosTAL from Pat McDonald, Eiq , cays layer, formerly of Louisville, stabbed to Squire nughes, died Monday night from dllTcrenco is that iqecd in miles jcr hour is will begin the publication at Frank- deatb, at Aurora, Ind., bis employer, Louis that he always considerably larger than when stated acuto mania. in knots, and if a person forgeta this and fort September 2, of the Western Argut, a Hilbert, who bad refuted to advance him A threatening storm of wind and rain, states n sjiccd at w many knots, when it was weekly newspaper which will contain all $2. Within a few minutes after the com- with thunder and lightning accompanireally so mony miles, ho may bo giving figmatter transpiring in the State depart- mission of the murder Watklns was lynch- ment, burst upon us Sunday night. Have ures verging on tho incredible. Philadelphia Call. ment and the news of the day. ed by the infuriated citizen. not heard yet how it dealt with the teleThe preliminary statement of the busl-w- phone. Sheep Often Wear Cliiiinoln Slilni. comes that the Mexican .auThe news Tho Hoot mid Shoo Record says that tho of the Louisville & Nashville railroad I regret to say to teachers that there Is thorities havo decided to reletio Cutting, number of nnlninls from which the chamois but this will not stop the war talk, as it is for the fucal year ending June 30 shows no probability that the law directirg skins nro taken which are killed in n year tigntcon Professors nncl Instructors. States will de the Rross earnings to havo been $13,177,018, monthly pay can be marie operative in does not exceed 1,000, whilo tens of thousands understood that the United Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific. Enelneerlnp.Classlcal. Normal Safcsai - - -- wn.i a decreaee from the previous year of $759,- - the county this year. Tho pro rata will te of clufmolij skins nro jmt upon the trndo 1 n SJIIII.... T..H i .' " mand indemnity. military lacucs, uommerciai and preparatory courses of 323, The uet earnings were $1,903,723 tbe 6amc ns last year Si CO. I will e yearly, and wonders what is tin matter. Tha The Cincinnati Exposition will open The COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Record fchould m nwnro that a good many trtal cost of changing the gauge was cloely engaged in office work this week sherp yenr Cht. 9. P.'ilroad-cfle- r ' eSspiemb' 1 I'all term Wins Hl'Vt. P.tU, IflUP, Tv Co'-l1nchamois f kins Xw York Com. rCrr tn&SSSr, j nn I uau ou Icavu name .at .uvkftijiur. rptuui cuj.siOii raits. AdJKMjAHlKK.lArTi:KtOX,Afi. M KtlUufSj?f imi-SBeek- j lo Inf mor$oraf The last bond call runs up Iho total thts $29,000,000. year to Si WALTO my GROCER, MAIN & SOMERSET STS., Stanfoi-d- , 1 Ky. m c -- FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS s, i MOWING ME & BRIER SCYTHES 17-I- FLAVORING EXTRACTS! $ fifty-eight- h in.-oc- SEVERAL GRADES OP SUGAR win-nin- The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices Sit-urda- two-colu- er WATERS&WEAREN OJBRS red-hotte- st Ix-i- well-to-d- o L J' --- wl-do- rs 'I Vmmj'lk mm fcte PHARMACISTS, -- m JEWELERS. s, Wall Paper, Furniture, 0 Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. FullJand'Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as the lowest. B K, WEAREHT, TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY StfffU (. 1 -c tl'jty. lin-1- " X,cxHlfftOH, Wl itrM jrt'W wuuniunmijui, .1 tat4BW23riftIiixtil Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON, L.&N. Matt trains-North. A BAnV has been l)3ru to (he wife, of Frnnk Dawson.. August 24, 1886 Iluslnoao Mausgor. TIME CARD Pupils in Mrs. J. E I'ortinao. WANTED. aiunto The Northern Presbyterians received more additions in nierubvrliip last year -The net gain Apply to than over before Gl,lb7. was 17,781 I'll AMKBTlnr.llKHTh. Kf .ssssssClbtvV y flr iUbf LOCAL Eriro strain" i u Xiis kjotf l Korh ....m..... calculate! uii Maodard Houtn eoujn. ...-.- ... -. ' ... m" . 1 fj . 1 18 avals about 20 tntontrs lJtfi time tiolsr A.. ! tOCt or NOTICES. WatciUh mid. jtiweu repaired on ahor lotice nnd warranted by I'enny A McAIIb Boy Iloiaedri th" orlfel-j(- J and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - ttnnoR ' A coMrwrru stock of Jewelry, latest style. Itockford wstcbes n specialty. Penny A McAllster. PERSONAL, Mn Da. S. P. StBtir. II. J B. Cooreu Ii vlsltinij Mn. of 0. Pknninoton, Pulaski, is here with his puenis. Mm. W.C. Wiieantrr has gone to Tislt friends at Richmond. Mn and Miw. Bkm DniaitT, of Gar rard, were guests of Mr. Will Craig. Mn T. W. Geek, dispatcher on the Air Line, Is fishing his parents here. Mm. Jui.u Ciuici Dunn, of has been visiting relatites her:. R. M. Jackson, of London, and 0. W. Pagan, of Pine Hill, were here 8turday. Mm Hanhau Ecott, of Jessamine, came oter with Miss Mattle Paxton yestet. day. 's Ms. Titos, Richards returned visit in Garrard a urday from Rich-mond, county. V Mim Ida Adams, an attractive young lady of Ml Vernon, was on a visit to friends here, That stylish beauty, Miss May Fergu- y son, of Coyington, is the guest of Miss Dal-sEurnsld Mm. Lr.UA LYNAM.of Florida, arrived on a visit lo her mother, Mrs. 8. II King, yesterday. PnrrrY little Ethel Tyer.who haa been visiting Mrs. George II Bruce, returned to Lcbinon yesterday. Mn. U.C. KKLt.cn, of the Uarrods-bur- g Ikmocrat, was here yesterday, drawn thither by a pretty girl. Gov James B. Gives, of Louisville, who has been In the county for several weeks, was hsre Saturday. Mm. Um.uk Comm and little daughter of Montrrey, Ky., are visiting Mrs.T. R. Walton and other reUtlyss here. Mm Wm E. Amon, Mrs. J. T. and Mis Y.a DudJerar have gone to visit relatives in southern Illinois. Mn Watt Cocimah. of Louisville, was the guest ol I) R. Carpouter, on his return from Rock Csstle Springs. T. M Goodhhioht, of Frankfort, who msrritd Misi Nora Murphy, is announced a candidate for superintendent of public instruction. We sre obliged to friends for sending us personals either by postal or letter, but must rsqussl thitt they sign their names, to save us from imposition. W.G. McKirniiv will leave tomorrow for Msdisonvllle, where ho goes to take tho first clerkship In the deot, under his 0'-Ha- ir Mission in Oagole, InAt the TjiE 8'emlnarr, I'rof. Itogers principal, dia, 2.222 persons were bsptizsd by six adtrill open to innrrow. ministrators in a elrgletUji Oaly two MortE rain and likewise more grass and we're baptized at a time. A relilous paper estimates that heav rorn. The farmers are Indeed in luck, en contains 30,321813,760000,000 rooms Watehmbi.oh renders areas thick now eixleen fcetiqnare. This is getting tbingn as leaves in Vtlioinbrosa, or as fiddlers in down to a pretty fine point, Hheol or words lo such effect. By the upsetting of a cull-ba- nt nn Luke Minnetonkn Sundar evening three A rtn over and killed a cow to Mr. Joe fioverance Saturday of its four occupants were drowned ob-er'. Thulbert, a prominent real estate agent; night, which was valued at $75. W B. Jackcn, Secretary and Treaurer of II mi FouitTKr.N shares of Farmers Bank the Monitor Plow-worCompany, ard a slock and five city of Stanford bands (one hired man hundred dollars) will be sold court day Brother Birnes is now holding forth in Woodlsnd Park, Lexington The Iran TuritE were fjur corpses In town fiur.-da- j; tcript reports hira os saying that Bob Inger Mrs. Alford and three colored persons, Husle Craig, Bob Cildwell and a child tf soil is a good man and doing a good work, and lint if Jesus were to come to LexingSmith Emory. ton too church peoplo would cruelty The Oriet Mill nt the Factory is pre- But th4 papers some times get lhop Iltn. kinds pared to do custom grinding and solicits of things mixed. the patronage of these having work in that The Sunday school convention t Hue. B. Maltingly. Frank fjrt was very largely attended and Mn. ALLEN.Gn.MonK, who lived a bach- wis the most pleasant and profitable of the elor till ho was past thtee score, is the series. Oaeof the many things done was proud father of a girl baby, He Is now to divide the State into 15 districts', each GO, but his wife is young and pretty. county having a vice president, as hereto fore, while each district is under a presiDn Boun.NE spoke on prohibition at dent. This county is plsced with Wash Goshen Sunday aud Mr. W. II. Miller ington, Marion; Madison, Garrard, Jessa went to answer him, hut the doctor kept mine, Mercer and Boyle in the 7th district on talking so long that the lawyer didn't and 8 F. Wishard is made president. Col gst a chance to say a word. lections amounting to $875 were raised for For or against prohibition is the absorb, the expenses of the Union during the com log question here now and will be until the iDg year. 8. F. Wishard, the faithful 8tate elrction on the 1Kb of September. Bath visitor, resigned In order to study for the sides have speakers in the Grid and the con- ministry, and was presented with a hand some gold watch by the executive committest promises to be a warm one. tee, as a tesilmonial of its high regard for Exten.iivi preparations are being made him and hie faithful services. The place at Crab Orchard Springs for the Governor's and time for the next meeting is to be hereBali, which is to occur next Friday night. after arranged by the committee. In addition to our own Governor, those of several other 8tates are expected. DEATHS. Centaur sW tain -R- ks vLy nw varies. A wholrtomcuesi. 106 Wall inimcn Tho most wonderful Pain-Curor mm urn I .11 known. Its effects aro instantaneous. tho world has over Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. POWDER Absolutely Pure. marvel olpuritj, More economtm strength nJ than the ordlmry klodi, nJ can not be sold compsttton with the multitude of low tint .short weight alum or phosphite powders. SolJonly Id Thlit powder H. G. 1 MEKCIIAXT TAIXOR. hare received and still receiving RUPLEY, ami. UoyalBakiko I'owdee Ce, Street, Htm York XOTICE! Alt persons New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best In the market, which will be i hattog claims against J. K. Kej-nod- i, dcl., will present them to me Immediately, properly prostn. JUIIX M. IIAIIj, tittnford, Ky. 152.U Ootton Up in Stylo and Make Sooond to Mono in City or Country. Glv 31 o a Trial. GD ELiIAS & BRO. WHOLESALE TH03. METCALF. JOHN B. FOSTER. ' 22 TIMBER & LUMBER, West 8wan Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. White Ash.Blick Highest cash price pIJ Ash, KeJ Blrcb. t berry, Poptir, Butternut, Oik, Maple, Hickory, Walnut, QuarChettnut, tered White anJ HelOakaod bjcatnore. rr LuMncn. Mr. A. C. Sine returned from Buffalo, N. Y Saturday and will travel in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, West Virginia, Ohio and Indiana in the interest ol G. Etias St Bro's. great timber and lumber establishment of BufTtlo. Mr. Sine, besides being an aflable and plessinl grntleman, is especially fitted for the busi neas, having spent much of his life in the trade. See advertisement In this issue. OS 0 Taken Back At the last term of the Lincoln circuit court, Armp Petry, a while man, wsa sentenced to the penitentiary for a year for stealing a hog of the Value of 31 the strongest evidence against him being that of his own brother W. II. liar rls. Pelry was sent totho institution and in duo course of time put to work on a railroad contract in Campbell county. Considering thst half cf his time bad nevly expired, the guards were not very partial lar with him, thinking that be would not run the risk of doubling his term by cictp. ing. But he did the first chance he got and came back to his home in this county where his same good brother-in-latook LAND. STOCK AND CROP him in charge and lodged him in ail here, Fou Sale.-S- 00 No. 1 breeding ees. whence he wrs subsequently taken bick to prison. Harris said to us that there was A. V. Kunnelley. A. M. Bjlling A Son, ol Fayette, sold $50 reward for Polry and he had just as 3J0 stock ewes at $3 25. writ take It as anybody else. .. H. Sked Rye. -- 100 bushels for sale W. Rate. Marshal Newland went to Bos A. Hamilton, McKinney, Ky. ton, Nelson oounty, Sunday, and arieMcJ bALK 100 good feeding hogs, charged, brother, J I McKlnner. ? W. C. Mullins, who ieLivingston,with Boone, weight nbjut 150. J. W. Miller, LancasHkka and Price, of with de ter. AiTEita pleasant visit to his parents talning against her will Mrs. Amanda Min-toMastereon Peyton eo!d to W. E. AnVirginia and a few days' sojourn at the in whom they ropeatedly ravished. It dersen, of ejaebore, Mr. W B. Walton is again Garrard, the yoke of oxen adver seems that Mrs. Minton had cotuo down to tised, for 90. sticking type In this office. Livingston on the K. C. fiom Msdison to Lightning killed two fine mares val Mn. J. 8. Pr.NNYiucKEn, of Kings take the L. ,t N , when the men named ued Mountain, was here Satuiday, looking very $1,500 each en the farm f Msj. B G. conceived tho idea that they afterwards Thomas, in Fayette. much better. Ho has been aflcctcd with a carried out so hellishly, According to her y D. N. Prewitt bought of A. T. liver trouble for some time' n, story they jerked her from tho train, and and others 100 slock hogs at 1 cents, Mn. J. 8. GniMrs and wife, of taking her off into the woods forced her to came up on a visit to hia parents snl took them to Silver Crek to ba fid spend the night with them. Three of the on corn. Eriday, Mr Grimes returned yesterday, men were shortly afterwards arrested aud Jesse F. Cook left at this office a coupbut Mrs Grimes will remain a w eek or lodged in jail at Mt. Vernon, but Mullins le of Bermuda sweet potatoes that weighed two. The young ladies will reverse tha or escaped and was captured as above. He about four pounds each and a cabbage so der of things nnd furnish the gentlemen asys that he bad nothing to do with tho large he could scarcely get it through the with escorts and conveyarceato the meeting crime, but that remains to be judicially daor. Jess is a gardencrfrom away back and The brakeman who witnessed his vegetables of the Mob at Miss Annie Wray's nest are always in demand. tho detention has been discharged for not Thursday night. Walker & Hubble, of Garrard, bought Mim Lucy Aiterson, who has been raising an alarm, and tho L. & N. author- in Pulaski a few large mules at S125 to visitlne her sister. Mrs. J. M Philips, for ities Intend that the guilty parties shall $150 per head Brinkley, Catron & Co. several months, returned to her homo in itifler the full penalty. bought 8 mules and 3 horses, at $S0 to Richmond, Va, yesterday. Richard $125 for the mules and $00 to $150 for the MARRIAGES, returned with her. horses. They also bought a of Mn. 8. M. WtLiiiTE baa returned from The new revenue bill incroasea mar- cattle at 2 Jo. Rf porter. Louisville, whither he went to look out a riage licenses from $1 50 to 52, after Sep. Lancaster Court. There was a fair position. He has a partial promise of a 15th. crowd in town yesterday, with 300 cattle Mr. W. G. Haggard obtained license on market; one half sold. Prices ranglucrative one and will probably take it about the loth of September. yesterday to marry Mrs. Angelino Rey- ing from 2) to 3 cents -i- nferior qualMm. W. G. Welch went over to Lex. nolds. The ceremony wai to occur at Mr. ity. A good mnny mules sold at from $100 ington yesterday to sre the Barnes Troupe Dicfc Smith's last night. to $150. A number of horses were sold at and invite them to Stinlord aa her guests. Squire Massie Beszley has united from $100 to $125 I. M. Dunn rented eloping couples in the holy bonds of publicly the Ztck Blackerby place of 50 Ths manager of the Opera House will cheerfully tender Its free use to the geat wedlock in the past 15 je&n at Aberdeen, acres to Bab Bettis for $241. evangelist, should he accept the invita- Ohio. Lightning killed a fine jack in the station. A neatly-engravinvitation Informs ble of Col. I Shelby Irvine on his farm out us that our handsome young friend, Mr. D, on the Lexington turnpike last Tuesday. LOCAL MATTERS. A Shanahan, in this section as Col. Irvine had sold the jack to Southern OUR office fores is full again for the first a contractor on the uxteneion of the Ken- parties for $1,000, had received Instructions time since June 1 tucky Central, will be married September to draw through a certain bank for the " Six building lots for sale between Stan 1st to Miss Mayme, daughter of Mr. and amount and was only awaiting instructions Mrs. J. C. McDonald,' of Louisville. ford and Rowland. II. J. Darst. We as to shipment. There was another jack in extend goodjwlahes in advance, confident tho stable, but it was unhitrl:-Rlchm- ond at 00 cents per Genuine Hi Tine Tea that Dennis will make a model husband. Register. pound at A. A. Warran's Model Grocery." J. M. Board bought 40 extra good catRELIOIOUS. I am daily receiving my line of fall tle from John Robinson at $3 12. He Tho religious denominations in the shipped 20 head to Cincinnati and sold eoods and would be clad to have you call tho United States have 10.321,20; membera. and examine, II. O. Uupley. remainder to Mack Ce cU at $3 25 per cwt. Rev. F. D. Ilale'e meeting at Harroda-burD. C. Terhune sold Tuesday 15 yearling Fon Sale 10 hives of beei at $260 continues with unaba'ed interest, the mules to Mattingly & Sims, of Marlon. each, also all kinds of farming implements. additions now numbering over GO. The lot averaged $103 per head, F. P. for sale cheap: Am going West soon. All Tate'fl Creek Association will meet at Jameo sold to the same parties 16 head of 2t. W. H. Bwtleeon. Viney Fork on the 31st and Cumberland yosrllng mule, to be delivered 10th of Sep Tub cltv Authorities would oblige Lc River at Double Springs on tho tame day. tember, at $105 per head. A lot of hogs, IJId. J. O. Livingston writes: clos100 in number, that averaged 285 pounds, publio by Beelng that the lamps aro lighted ed my meeting nt Adama' SchooMIouee with some regularity. Sunday nltflit when sold by T. F. Alexander to Jake Board, Sunday night with 05 additions. Eighty-fi- ve iLoy were most needed they wero with few were weighed at the depot here Wednesday. peraons hnvo unittd with Mt. Olive The prlco paid, $1 70 per cwt., is about the dark as tho night, and peoexceptions ai cliurch in tho two Inst Sundnyr; fruita of Hgs 'a tM. mijtj H ple nttending church had to nrope their way Ultfbaet flg'iro our writ." 'hy could. book home a for some time. fHarrodtburg Democrat. in-lam Nun-nelleEliit-bethtnwAp-pers- on car-load O ed well-know- n , g n Hon. W. A. Cunningham, a lawyer of Paris, is dead of paralysis. A daughter of Mrs. Cates, of South Fork, who has been an invalid all her life, died Sunday. Flux is ragiog in the vicinity of Mr, John Smith buried a child Friday and another Sunday, both dying o the disease. Mra. J R. Alford breathed her last Saturday morning, after a week's illnes, aged 70. Her disease was apoplexy and paralysis and for several days she was speechless and ucconicious. She was a Miss Cox and some 31 years ago moyed with her husband to this place, where they baye since resided. In the absence cf Mr. Pollitt, of wboee church she waa a member, Rsv A 8. MciTett held a prayer servico at her lato residcrce Sunday afternoon, and then the remains weie laid away in Buffi-l- o Cemetery. Mis. Alford was the mother of Mrs. G. D. Wearen and Mr. B. G. Alford, who, with her husband now pasttbre score-an- d ten, survive her. well-know- A. C SI.XE, 183-lt Southern Acent, Stanford, Ky. ITarm For Sale ! Utnn-ford, ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. -- AND- I will sell prlvattlr nr farm of 82 acres, sltua ted on ibe Lancaifr pike, yt miles from In a good nelghtorhood. It his upon It a fine dwelling bouse rontalntnz 8 rooms; good cistern at the door; good Lira and all cceusry out- tiaimincs; lour never uiuttg ipriogs on tne puce, iSdrdlogsn abuadinee of ituck water. Fencing all In good repair. S3 acres well set In gnus; balance In cutmt'oii Termi easy. rnes!on glTenEeplcmberSu, Hfo. Wlllalra tell the stock crop now on tbetartu Apply u and Low IPx-ic- e a Specialty. I5j;tf M.lSTMtSOX VKYTOX. Maufor.1, Ky. STANFORD SEMINARY. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All of our STANFORD, KY. The next session bcjlna Susr wat bought before the adranco and ctn beso'd at tbes4uic II prke. Our WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 1SSC, It Is important for all pupils to be present at As It Irnpotn addithe opening of the srttloa tional labor upon the Tsacbcr for students to la very cheap. We hare recently refitttd of our aloie bnx f,.r that come into classn alter tbe work ol th year lite- - unsurpassed for beauty and con sentence. Our QULENd A UK.with ,en.iVi" conslstlue t i, . do deduction will lx) made for an? abvnce ,.. v Hf Der bet. la excellent. 'I hPIA fffViail am rwMivht fmm ut at L aiju atii'siv r .niters (.. " t.' aji vtuaui- v.x Sun, uauui i'vmi'uii in .!.,.. tVe ths lit monta No pupl's wanted but thots only ask you to call and examine goods. wwfeu ttwui who will study, and will obey the simple rules ol the school. No patrons wanted but thots who will with tho 1'rlnclpil la the (duration and ol their cbt'Uren, and wt pif htm for work. bl Patrons are requested nit ti ask for a ridnrtlon ol tultlou. As tbers are thott In everr iciuuiutiltr who Mm to think Hut Teacberi d.irre no piy lor their work, tuition nil uvir si is si one-ha- lf -- Hardware, Embracing Everything, .. !,, .. ,,,. 'I! a '' . iii-a- . 1 METCALF Sd FOSST.EES, necfssarr to hare one. A It Milt ISl-J- Home old puitllH itmnt be jmltl In An militant will be employed when it becomes for o. nntwEH, rrlnclpol WKN & Mt IEFEE, De.Um Id ill kiua of For Instant Dse As a reliable remedy, lu cases of Cioup, Wliooplus Cough, or sudden Colds, and for the prompt relief and cure of throat aud lung diseases, Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Is invaluable. Mrs. E. G.Edgcrly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: ' I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy for home use. I have tested its curative rower, lu my family; mauy times during the past thirty years, aud have never known it to fail. It will relieve the most serious affections of the throat and lungs, whether in children or adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Va., writes: "I have never found a medicine equal to Farminglmplements and Ma chin ery, Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of throat and lung diseases peculiar to children. I consider it au absolute cure for all such affections, and am never without it lu the house." Mrs. L. E. Herman, 1S7 Mercer St., Jersey City, writes: "I havo always found Ayer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my family." Ii. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., writes: "For tho speedy cure of sudden Colds, and for the relief of children afflicted with Croup, I have never found anything equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Is the most potent of all tho remedies I have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terre Haute, Ind,, writes: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of a sevens lung affection, supposed to be Quick Consumption. We now regard tho Tcctoral as a household necessity." E. M. Uralncrd, Minn., writes: "I am subject to Bronchlth, and, wherever I go, am always sure to havo a bottle of Drcck-enridgc, AYER'S s3J Fin Sin; -- lies, SURREYS,- Hl5) . Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm OTagftis, Grain, Wool, Seed;, Feet!, Coiil, J, umber, Etc. M'ROBERTS, DRUGGISTS & STAGG, PHflRMAGEIITISTS. Ai XT:" Opera House Block, Drag, Chemlcali, - - Stantonl, . &y.v 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with me. It i without a of bronchial affeMlons." IMIKPAIU:!) rlal BY for the cure Mnsl'U Wail Paper, Wines. IiiM(ruvutti(H. Ltssuor UookH, Cigars. Pocliet Stationery, PftlUlH, TsfjjjiecoM, SoitpH, ntlerv, OtlH, 51hcIiiu Peri'uuiery, Fire Arm. IitunpH, Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mas. i For sale by all Druggists. Our Jewelry, Sllverwnro aud Optical Hoods Department I In Clinrge of Col Thos li'clianlB, who will Itcpalr Vatchos and Clocks promptly and In Clio Deal stylo. eeuic. '! OPJSSRA H&USJ3 bTANOKD. KY. kgSSS. RSHBKr K W. P. WALTON, t lory. bvatlUK oojwiilty, - Proprietor Wo- - n Tu I 'r tmuln. nnlta, xi ' Ts ThR Best ir.Ki--u miner on n mm or rot.btr cot Ill. A SB .M 'Waterproof Goat EYer Mane. XT' DKeaipaacie rates to cool attrrctlous. .ii iucludltie wllerr. h "' ..:... I... '" ui.iu. ii.ll i.i.aNM si kiitkutliakiiiociui r. If j uratjrrkrtpidol ...II a.n.l rnn.l.vr Inllvaval.lniniM tit J TllllKB.SIMmmrawni omu'iijiw. l...i. . Don't waits vonr ".pRftrKEn Af ntemplntod, and STREET PEDDLEES. to learn to judge of how much they will bo D Ragcut A rich, brown stew, with mushable to give up and Hvo happily to toach rooms, vegetables, etc. them that they can not glvo up all their naEdccallen. Plquante A sauce of soveral flavors, acid tures call for and be happy or make others A CLASS WHOSE LIFE 18 A CONTINWOMAN AND HOME. r.CllMinsrclal Colla r,,t",."V.i,7'""'' predominating. happy J This, I think, all will feel to bo UAL STRUGGLE Quenelles Forcemeat with bread, yolk of true tn iplto of the sentlmeatallsm of tbo FTtakMl Honor nd Oold Medal ortr all thtr Colltf t. M ih o !'. smIiU. for Hk.krrl J E 60ME OF THE WOMEN OP eggs, highly seasoned, and formed with a uay in regard to love's sacrlflco for Its lorcd UaeralHuatMoK4aratloa. aooourBliStM la The Mllkmon aad tlm lluokstera Arim spoon to an oval shapo, then poached and object Cor. Inter Ocoan. s KTiiUmimpltiU CMllrallBatanCiire, ' Incluillnr Tuition, Stationary aaJ Dotnl. about OUR COUNTRY. 0. Hkart. used either as a dish by themselves, or to Bell Vegetnblea, JTrnlt Ta. I Safer Raw, sad Ttlatraaa iptclaltlaa. Ho Fol ud Vllh-- A oaUoa. Tor 1'rettr Sho Wilt lie. UraSaalM Uaaraalr4 Raotaaa. garnish. VV. H. SMITH. Prctt. eneoas Tttbe Who Desrf fn nri cSitiltiaJJtcl Ktrof UllaVmar. An English woman Is beautiful by nature Romoulado A salad dressing differing rrwich "n She I Rpoke" in Cookery ois Mlieellaneou Articles. from mayonnaise, In that the eggs aro hard or not beautiful, and thorn Is an end of tho DR. W, D. PENNY, Death on Mies Home Cleaning To boiled and rubbod in a mortar mattor. A Parislonno can rnrely compote musMot of tllrt ImoLiilAra rf tluill.lnrl .. Palaos Steamers. Low Zlatea. with tho beautiful English or American trielr Ieratnbulationa DENTIST, tard, herbs, eta sho Married The rarlsleiuie A Sinner In lu mnrr.li.,. Feat rrlps per Wtk Bstwesa womon tn feature or complexion and pur-- and are Rissole Rich llllnr-- nf tnnntni- - fljli eJtnmorit, ItTontuolcy, DETROIT, MACKINAC No l'nce Note. of untlrlnt? In tho irrMiyntlnn In thin pastry nnd frhxL ISLAND ij vi. km, uut bob oxers sucn an etrort Scbomos to mnka n llvlnir Tlv I.. Roux A cooked mixturo of butter and of will In making horsolf fascluatlng tbat divided Into four Tbo sweet poetess, Lucy Larcom, was a rliuwISivi 4in lnn she often surpasses hor rival In splto of natflour, for thickening soups aad stows. ft, QUI, 0kUoS House, Marine city. miHliand. horses, the-- who bavo hand carts, thoso who Salmla A rich stow of game, cut up and ural disadvantages. Tuko Rachel, for Srarr Weeli 4y Bstwtta Adelaide Pbilllpps, the singer, now dead, i art bllgwl to hire hand carU, asd Ukmo who Nature gavo her a thin faco with bnVO baskets. I'nrlt In tlm DETROIT AND CLEVEUND irus o treasury girl, and. so for a tlrao was dressed, when half roasted, iiinrnlnr. nn,l BjxtJal lunday Trips dartsu Joiy oa Sauter To toss meat, otc., over tho flro. a largo and prominent forehead, deen-sBat ft Jewett, the actress. ATit. oyos, n sunken mouth, a pointed chin, a before sunrise, npprani tho milkman, who In a littlo fat Pretty JInudo Granger, with tbo n OWI ILLUSTRATCD PAMPHLET! Souffle A very light, much chlppod up scraggy body and lean arms. Out of thoso leans uie vnngunnl of tho hucksters. Ho is eyes and shapely form, ilrst earned mo sort of a priv. ilegixl cliaracter, for hU "8ttrT,8k'-fni.eraddt,pudding or omelette. natural materials,, tho littlo Jowess, by kor livelihood by running a lowing ma1 dint of gonitis, will, passim, love, and gold cai travoixia tbo sacred previncta of tbo Timbalo A sort of plo lu n mold. chine. yIC0VB' a,',,, P'"-- ! Murray Hill dUtrict, where bis iivntuttnal Vol nu vents -- Patties of very light puff spent on Uvmtlful objects, mado tho Rachel Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nv. Co, .. .i . Offlon nn fnrittp Minnie Ilauk's father was a Got man and war whoon breaks irnon dm Ktllln.i.. nf tl. woa Jouaitat. office. itpMi paste, mndo without a dish or mold, and that men will aval mmnrntia. a ..Mn.nn . Offlce DETROIT. MICH. a shoemaker, in tbo most straitened night, nnd often grwta revelers vvlio return -- .and J 10 8 r. M. Anesthetic. liouti front s avJmlolilonal Her voice early attracted the at lllloi with moat or preserves, ek Cathe- Corinth or of Syrncuso, with tbo caressing iionio AiiiK nan too many cousonnnts to QKessarr. mi. gesture of a statue by Coysevax, tha inton-sit- y USMyr.l AHUHflTSHlRx tention of ono of Now York's rkhest men, rine Owen In Good Housekeeping. 1i..n.. or a wator color by Uavarnl, lips that allow a Drolorunil nnitntinntftiintitit bo had it cultivated, and thus opened the souvo milknion Miout tlw wonl quickly, nbuost w. 11. To Get ltlil of tho Vile. always relloctod tho light, and In her somber Mibbr.it. "stay" to fa mo for her. (IKOS CARI'KNTKIl. angnily, nn If Trovokoil nt Ibsnvvkward nhoTt-nct- s. To us, In extremity, drifted a nowspajwr eyes tho subtlo finmo of tntclligonca Charlotte Cusliinan was the daughter of Others cnll out "Uelow!" jirobably In scrap which was neither oillcial nor judicial. In tho Pnrislennn. frnm tlm ilmn nt- -l roor joople, who, honover, guo Lui mi ov rt'ferene to tbo luwrr Hi.. .l.Tmiw. ceHent education in tbo publl schools. In Somebody picked It up souiowhero. A tho grande dame, thoro sooms to bo an drowning man would bavo caught at it ns culto of her person, a respect of her tloa, whlliiuiiy let tho metal dipju-r- striko order to maintain hersolf sho aspired to Rbnrply an opera suitor, but, a cinentally los did wo, ha t it bobbod at him from tho crest lleali, 11 pride In her silhouette and bearing, botiAi on thWr on when they drji from to liouao the of a wnvo. It was not quito explicit in tho and withal a constant offort to refashion pittance which ing uer voice, Lxjcame an aciross inste.iu. Yorkorx. uuuuuous it cmvoyoj, uut we got at tho and romako hersolf lu accordance with n tupplhw tbo UwkfiL of tlw The mother of Clara Louiso Kellogg NTAM'OLII, MXCOI.N C(,KV. ilpntirrv wlm llvn In- - l.nnl-- . Kext COmo tha meaning of tbo extract and put It Into marvelous ldoal of beauty, grace, ologanco stwUned e ery nerve to gi e L lara a mintrnJ educution, and at ono time was u proles-slona- l prnctico as follows. Wo had Persian Insect and youth; to take from antiquity, from Ingnll sorteof ogetnMen, llihand fruit for Offlfe, Jfoulh SIJ, JUIjt Sire.1, orer First Natlu. spiritual medium iliss Kellogg powder In the house, also the Implement, In tho east, from all ages and countries that mo uiuikin&i n nu uinnor uwe. xiioy aro fuHod three tunes. Kaih time sho retired, shapo like a big hunting watch, vwth n small Which has Constituted tlinlr lurnllni- - 1. numeruus mid luml working. Tblr tnido Is not discouraged, but to devote herself to pilo let into ono side, with wbloh wo had ganco, and then to reduce thoso ckniinta of ono of reiMtAiit labor and full ofthofwdU-comfort- e pro.octed the yellow dust Into corners cieganco to tbo rarlslan formula. Kvory ami liaks vrlilob nrle from tho in- the still f ui tber development of her voice. 1 or 1 Pniisleuno is a living work of art, tbo rlomency of tbo weather and tho lom ' nirllier "UlcuLirs send far Finally she took tho public by storm. Hor where might lurk tho eggs or nun u of mothi This we charged to tlu muzlo. That night product of a mysterious collaboration of wli. ''P fr.m th- - irlhable tinUire of tuticb Ion of tl,, scelloa .ml of firsf fullurcs wro her last. r99znt of their sttxk hi trado. Tb- - nttNid tho PlaATT, I.IIUINVIM.E, The lady doctors and lawyers have bad kitchen and dining. room were cleared of surroundings. Paris Cor. London World. such small nrtlcln mit,i 1,.,. . 1... n fnrly mnrketi dovni town from 3 to 5 o'clock tl.'i hardest time to enter professional ranks. . in the monilur. wlrflo otliors luni tn tmmi llio Slncer nnd Hor Hub)-Nevertheless, thoy hise made groat lKad-na- y washed if the powdor fell on them, windowi KKSTUCKV . At n small Parisian enfo chantaut ono from distant suburl. Yot thoy are reeularlv since Elizabeth Ulackwi-vainly and doors wero made fast, and on oporntor standing in tLe middle of the floor, worked ovening recently, as tho prima donna was an ttwir boat, euiue tbolr rouiuU In applied for admission to tho medical coMechanical of tho rounded case tint commencing a particularly seurlmenta, Mrt f lllltrlltv NW Ynrlr. uimn dim llets in New York, Uoston, unci Philadel- tho spring-tothe powder, thi owing it upward at ditty of tho period, hor strains wero Hie breakfast hour. phia. Sho was finally admitted ns a STAlvTrOHB. d mi Riiglo 01 forty-tlv- o degrees toward every by tho cries o a baby. As a mattur st'ident tn tho medical pol'ego of Geneva, UUCKSTKIUi WHO KKLt VIX1GTAUL1M. corner 011 side of tho apartment. Wo of course thoro was tn uproar, and cries of KKXXCOKY. E. H. BURNSID1. N. Y. Her youth was ono of struggle, YouwMiiiot fail to Jiotiiw Uiat tho) vvlio -Turn it out:-- ' A giant, benrded llko the hardship. diM'Ouragemont, nnd retriaUd used a boxful In each room, than half as innounco urtlglettbi Miuon only for a short AUGUST 31 & SEPT. 1 on oaih succeeding occasion. much 2, 3 AND 4. Tho pnrd, who was holding tho Infant In bis Uuio nro more intelligible in their .This Old and Wnll . ittvo Edmonla Lewi, tho sculptor, is colored. rooms were not entered airaln until mnm. arms, ana who triod fn vain to quiet it, tion than those who pvddlo tlw promulgasame nrticlo Compelltoln oHn te the Wetld free. stood up to expostulate. Uut the prima Overcoming the prejudice against her sex iug. Hotol Still MaiutuiDB ita ill tlio ytur routuL Tho huakktoiw who sell took doclarod that sLe swept up "a full donna left him no tinva "Ladies and and color, and "Twe lUft etch df. "u Miss Lents Is High Roputntion, OtKtllhltM. HoUulM mill lilllllltlilr l.n... now successfully tiursnlnc her profession in pint of tho little bastes." The waitress ild said, Interrupting her song, SfKeUllinlnsoaallrailroiaiat rrdtietd ran-.-. AMI) indbtinct Ono dav tbi.v Itajy. Only ono other colored woman ever not measuro her trophies, but raportod tbat "I had bettor tell you that baby Is mints. If not tlm to Pit thorlhorn Citiu r.r... ti..... tloor and f urnlturo wero strewn with bodies. 1 do not glvo It its supper it will contlnuo ijier ruiuvtru mid airagu, then rtnivv-lUrrf famed distinction In the line arts that Floral Hall oin the first d.j, and will be n that gooselierrias and the It &?PiriolSr It was n Hikiinturo edition of the dostruc-tio- n to cry." Stunning dovwi from tho iJatform a as the singer who called herself 'The Hlack decond to no Country llll. clllll. milin nii.1 of Sennacherib by an unseen agent. she took tho child in her arms; thon, whrto flwWT. When-Il- l Hotel in the Stute in iti Fare, Sman," and who flourished about fifteen potatoes lat losigw, kwiio beinj: always in MAJOHP. V JOII.NbTO.S.Pmldfct. years ago. There has never been on au- To mako snro thnt nni- - n..j ..., uui.i. it was enjoying Its meal, sho enmo back, tbo Appointment., or Atten- TIIOMASba Kj IN, PetrrUiy. mai I;et. army, all dead corpses, wo consigned them mado n sign to the pianist, and resumo.1 lier thoress or actress of color beyond the mertlon to Comfort of The lUb is both the mot regular song as If nothing had happened. Chicago est tyro, but no one can predict what tho without delay to tho crematory. their Oneite, ind tho most profitable brunch of the trading 1 Ms was dono Saturday Tribune. night, and lukiro may hold for oolorid people. peace ! We, have bad two great female astronoreigiied over our Sunday .uunj ui um smut poituierB. Uut whether -- lu be .. ate7j tu ,Bd London Not Yet Kccojnlied. they deal in fWli, cg tables t broakfast fruit, thev aro mers, Miss Herichell and Mis Mitchell, lienvi3cKpv to Ibv grtt lxxly of tlw working Tho fame of tho divided Urt has at last Towards ovening tbo vanquished leaders llotb were single women, and loth took up To ar y ptnB maiding ut rtio lUftBiL-- v with of nstronomy la order to assist tent In scouts, few in number mid wary, to reached Purls, nnd ono of tho iwjors dis- voph.tltt-- lltpy not only iciinlro nt thtilr mm ln.m l.i rocounoitra tho battlefield. A repetition of courses to its readers on iho prosrammo of wbrlt Mis Herscbell's pathway ihtlr broin to fame was o.a a smooth road, but Miss tho experiment of tho preceding ovonin" tho "Matronal Dross Association" and Its tliey mijh Jy thiii ut priVw Mow wliat tlw presldont, "Mmo. la Vicomtosso lluberson.' artlclranb imrrhsiKeU for in tlw stomx. We will Mad tu Maria Mitchell had OTerythlng to Lot In left not ono to cany tho tale. If I bavo told it lightly it Is because tho Tho French critic warmly defends tho wear- Vlil tUV 0(UH f'.ld l,V tko tlmvt IMulillm In with. She was the daughter of a small GELVTIU II good eoiKlilkm nt jirices IkK)w wlmt tlwy Semi-Weekl- y farmer in Nantucket, w ho was obliged to Inilictiou was not griovous and tho deliver- - ing of stays, and waxes Indignant over tha Interior Journal -eke out bis incomo by teaching school at i'2a onto welcome bevond .Tnrlrii iuam uoapou on uie poor Wttlo corset, so originally cot tlw vhofcI ilenlers. This ui.. 'iMlK-tJrUH- M ttmngo to ieopl who do not know week. Maria was constantly occupied with then we hovo hold our own sucees&fully in IISrul in sustaining the 'fejble, restraiuln" may liotitc." AdJ Ibe New Turk WorM ouej4f aaJa " household duties, nnd sho describes her the height of In very hot !' tho Btout BnJ rallying tho stragglers, " As tho jwullantkw of tlx tnuK Tlte liettor sort BhortMt and Quickest Euoto from llsh are ionsignctl to tbo childhood n "being nu endless washing of weather the powder is usod every nigrt for for tlj0 Ji'Jed skitt, if women really wish if BISTORT OP TfiS USITED 5TATSS. tral KontuoV to all PoInU North,Geo a weelc or two nt n tlmn in nnsi...... .1. I to dress 1111 llkn zouaves. woH. n..,.. .i .in lllsW aW of ikvilAni. Vliatii-tfdishes." riLI..A iast, West ftcd Southwest. It is a curious fact that so many of our cumstances, and by obcrving common pro it Uut what makes him most indignant Is may bo left nfu-- tlwvi ijojla ars mtv1 is EzrrnsHd.lriHiiMllaleatlM'ttta tree rslf. rill. ld to tlw strvvt iksnleni and Uw Miiall fr- - of ofs.t.ri.ifMjOiIeenll.BlBjiH Bbb ei)raloi. celebrated literary women were the caution in the matter of screen doors and tho idoa of England venturing to toko tho Vitl Use llotwiwi Is hfis,,,! ee.upreUewlTe work f tke kla3 hut,. daughters of fanners and began their life darkenod rooms, twko or tireo times a lead In any question of costumo. "London torekrWKrs. If it Hum nof. rw tk.. . tahtd.iMhic.i., B,ory In theeidDar;W.e, A is not yot recognised as tho capital week sufilcei to keep tbo projuses clear fiorfc by teaching school gradually of the army of ulswt ibistoi wlo inirrhafte tlw lkli It l acotvlrawil nirtH.r file for tW jeer.. ficfcedalo Ib EBtet Xj la, world of taste, nor has furls lost tho scoptor acquiring fnmo and atlluenco by writing. Whilo the remedy leaves no trnco of Its mi me immii 01 me wiwicmi UeMem tbo without ini cutlee, 10 u Mil at one. elegonco nrcsjneo to sftlit m-.- nnti -- . Take the Cnry sisters to begin with, and o .win niiui .u.. ofChicago whi h sho has hold for so long." lOkKM Of thH bitter WUlld fnvllUMItlr I., rafl.ni. toor Is swopt a.id the funi.ture dusted, IUU W.1MV ALTON, H.nletd, KT. Airs, Lydia SIgournoy, the poetess, before Inbuie. wrious, ami nil tlw imire no when tlw market wo 0. e, fci gluttoil fiocni.Eo.'D. thelfi, then Grace Greenwood, and lastly bavo not thought it prudent to use tt tn bed fc Uut wo have lennied that Tlirro Aro Two Kind of Olrls. Ella.Wheolor. bun.Ella Wheeler noer taught chamber Xla toIcs of Romo of llu tiiiokstm can Dii7 Kx. t!un. kitchen an I dining-rooOno U the kind that npjwara best abroad heard all ikiy lon school, but her parents were poor farm peoare tbo enemy's L.TP in tlw tlioroughfarta of SKSfffT-'-araij.!11 'i 00 pm ple lij the west Tho first poem she ever headquarters, and that heroic measures -t- he girls that are good at purttes, rides, New Yurk in winter, in Mimnwr, In fair hero cut off supplier from the upper part of visits, balls, etc., and whose chlof wrote sho sent to Mrs. Frank Leslie, who lonaiiii '" deli"ht is vvvnttwrniul in foul. Konuinf 1lu.n1 mi.n . 7 :r l Arr, . i4rf. I ra In such things. The other Is tho kind tnu enough merit tu It toaccoptlL Ella the house. Marion llarlnnd's Letter. tr-r: ;e r that Ihtrr ieregrlnntijiw to iirtnin dfetrict, - npyears Lost at home-t- lw hat bought her parents a homo out of her kind that are uso """""P1 "iMmniwy imnK to vvsoueeU wbllo Louisville & ?7beat. Purloin lloiic-Llo.inli- i; own earnings, and is in every respect a most Nashville R. R. I.... v.TT. ful and choerful In the dining-room- , tn ID 11 p to t sick-roHint. Oytn, Wains nnd fruit employ P Will Kip tl) BtrJ Pn . excellent daughter. In this sp.thnn nf paficinl .. and all tho precincts of home. They numlxr of peojite, liotb youns nn-- n goodly i pal TIIK UBK1T- t old, who L 7 IS ptr " Unra.t.r rMffer widely in character. I Clara Morris' mother vsi a cooi In a it may not bo amiss to reOno is often a hawk tlKSJ artieli- - about In iMiulmrto " 1 "'. ' S11M.M or xcstaurant la Cleveland when Clara was a member tbat ammonia In water cleanses Jorment nt homo, tlw other a blessing, one " BttlDI Do.eti. rnmi tlw iiih mid ilnuiu nr Janfcy girl of 5 years of age. Manager John Is a moth, consuming nwirvthln I.e i:ihmtKl. glass and jialnt much better than soap does-that,.- 1 IsDhH. among them, not a few. iitkUMul of linvini? Jiir. iwro f a 20 r Ellsler ndvertlsod for soma extra girls for P ml it sometimes costs less to havo a badly mu uiui-- m a suniwam, iupiring light hor-- i of their own. nro 0l1Hr.1l tn Mn. ti,- -,. 10 Tll HLlflBjateo- - -- a saisil tbo ballet in a pantomime be was getting dp. soiled room repainted, after a Kindness all . around her nathunv. T.i . ....u.v.. unu,. in n .. .". . tlw linillka nro retlumi Clara applied for a place tn the etra bal- of the mop and brush, than it modorato uso .. .. meso classes uo , von does, to Nosju-toujioy '.. 0 bu.vubu 1 vry tlm uiu jkvld for tho W v. 3 J let She wore nn old, faded calico dross, It scrubbed nnd scoured, to say nothinghavo Tribune. Ho. II K t lion mid cart of much too short for her long legs, a thin '" uxpenuuure or strength, that salt ami "I.lke tho Venu tie Mvillcl." a uiiTKnmrKKikii'H Titling shawl, and a ragged woolen scarf wrapped vinegar brighten brasses as vrell Lre. I.lTlrgtlcn. jICO IB mm The nolghlwrho! of lower llrondway, In ParU tho fashtonabb lady is honco-fort- h llrea around her bead. When tho extra girls more modern and expensive potions,as any V that a An. KltbiLoml ..'.' II sJ.a ml to he allowed Louis XV. heals at home. FoiirtoMith Ktrwt, (Jraml atrtwt nml Howery were no longer required Clara was retained small bag of charcoal bung in a rainwater In her carriage, Pullman Palace Sleepers. LTtt. fdlali.l " 7 N a in, for small parts. That was the beginning of barrel purifies it perfectly; that and at tho theatre, hut not Hwnnm daily with n KetvnigcneoiM trilw who 8 II ar.i the career of the great emotional actress, Lusts and stntuetts may be cleaned, plastor for walking or dancing. alio Is Informed !il in a nriuy of mlllniiwMi nrticlw. Att. lUchtuooil.... 111 COam when it that her waist should .. Clara Morris, who, e way, is of En-- 1st Tint Milfv,! -- .l... Al measure at least Many of tho things oiruvl for wile nivvery I.iOMIMVlli'e LVo. Itlrhmnp.,1 r u.ippf"s twenty seven Inches in circumference, llko neatly gotten up, wid iomentof ingentotu 1 10 D In ,zr".r, Kiua, 110c American, Uirtu. tO XllMl.Vl.IO, Maiol. Arr. Wlnehratcr'" "" ; "4uiu suircu ana drying lopm iMitl!. I.,,..,' that of tho "Venus iln MmllM ' "I.IWIU Ul connn-tloH- . Anna DIcfcinton began life as a fchool and whon tho starch is brushed off the FW of thew, lion over, range A" Pari. .I 3 20 p in 7 ... . dirt inemy or inenty one 00 a in . IcaOher Wearying of this, kha ono day is brushed off with it, that it is a good luches, as is too often aboro five cenU uj.iecc, but hou tlioy can lw Ailnula. Lto. Iiluxton . -- x a ml" went to Mr. John Drew, manageress of the plan to go o er tho bodstoads the case with young French women, nnd sbu mado for tho money must awm n , arts ...n.. .o 1Cynthl.oa 1 1 30 p lu1 7 is a 19 tn before beginMonlKonierj-iiivtn Is Invited to convinoo herself of " Arch Mreet theatre, Philadelphia, and ning any of tho cleaning, as delay in thes the require- most irojia. Souio jldlers make n living in Lllllc Koi'k, " Falmouth .... ments of nature in this respect by going her to give her an opportunity to days whon tho sun has becomo strong by boiling ilvo cent AlLOoTlBJton h npt looking nt some of tho pictures in tho Louund ojitlwil imtmmenta microscopes. Those littlo Mobile aiitl Sew OrlcaiiN. go upon the stage. Mrs. Drew heard her to increase the trouble jJ.g0PMHH, ,aJ 6 ,3 J have a very considerable re there; is by some rente, toiu tier tbat sho bad a very bnd acwiso to open the campaign at tho tht it Their construct ion is top of the liernld. of the old Italian masters. -C- bicaco mugnifing powvr. MATATM.I.P. miAMjir. cent, that sho did not think she would ever houso and in the unused rooms, both silnplo ami ingenioiw. Their frames nro OdIjt one ch.ngo to poluti Id and so civo make an nctres. nnd advised her to go small pill Ikjxm, without ll.U or Wtoms, prominence to tbe allalr, wHmu,, uuu their X 1'iiro nt Their Wetlllii(;. Kosnt-Bocji7TiTh7 " buck to her school teaching. Tho war that, on reaching nnd the Uiimsi of breeding haunts nt Hall Hallr American brides toko not kindlv to tho certain I.livl efare nmde V little globule, of a broke out soon afterward, giving Miss the bottom of the hoj,e, iwvvdered borax IKr. bin gum. good trodo is nlso x eur pictures me little page at their weddings. Dickinson nn opportunity to etnergo from mixed with a littlo nmr,i.n ..,.. done with wiihII sriau Lt OiTlnstenT.. , ,.,inww... ..i iiiiu Klther "Jltt o iirntim.- cbscunty. hue still secretlycherlsbed histrl-cui- e ocaiiereu auout in spots will iCOpn 7 IS a , jtoth certain clresbod up, or his si.tsr Is afraid to entrust llllwl withi water. Tlw wider in thto imtni- " I arts aspirations, but years wore destined to death to coikioscbejunl JJJpn menus ca-- only Ih tm.m out or put in by tlw becklDK bomr.ou the Hds of this real 8 a w I!0 nu tonnU.and lr that her precious train to hk tender men-vwlllirttlrr ArrMlllrrsbiirK elapse bvfoio she waseniblej tot-- st whether is rot handy, a (qw drops of spirits of for gloU, lHng lieaU- -I over a spirit lamp. HecJal rkte. " Cril.le......" ... set w 04 pia osrSfo Agtntsoftnls Tn r irr lor tatn,roulr ilri Drew had been a tru j ropu.--t or not. " .'nllBlfla sprinklea heieand there will bo as in luis particular tho L'ngllsb weilding bus These iatnniHiitn ara 111110I1 larger than the pm 110 followers here. H fie Cglia Logan in Chicago New. " MaysTlH,.'":' tc'.or write Children nro a favorite Rumonw, p ci efoctivo In the cuso of thosu nnlsances as it . 10 UitroltXerior in their magnify. a m 7 40 p it 0 ! AniOIlK, O P AT. A, decoration in thoo bymenial funcUons iu ir in tho case of moths. Chicago Tribune. ixim.Tiiif. Kt J'.ngland, and seem to bo espscinlly gotten hiRIMjtur I Ko75r Kreucli "An SIio U hj.oko " In On nearly evcrj aJrcwt much fiwjuenUiI up to compare with tho elaborate sin ,.iUrj. Dally Daily Slurried I'eoitle Would !o llnpplcr omul cusfcmw nn iiivil to ,Mirrlio slueatrings Aspic-Sav- ory THE SEM .WEEKLY ts. Sun. Kx. fcuc jelly for cold dlsbe ings. It can't bo these small HrltUhcra If horn troublos woro nover told to nolch nnd inotKlK Au gratin DLhes prepared with sauce 'Jn Purk row (formerly I.t. M.r.rllie. bettor than Young America 1 Ma iuiiImTuT tors. " Johiiaon . snd crumUi and baLcd. tJiat mu.t not be said I -- Boston Herald. i'o Chatham street) tluuaiMls of iwopleure tlally " Carllil. If wero propoi tloneil to receipts. jmsliiiig mid tfliowlmr their way. HWX) a Bouchees Nery tiny patties oi .tke as " aililerslMirc '" i ," ""j 1 0 P ra if tboy tried to U as agrwaiilu as In courtCheap John with an open box is retailing his : pm siauie iiidiiatcs mouthfuk Atr l'arl Spill M llio 011 lit--r I)rcs. . ship days. nidi) wUtlliMHi ntlll ntnto luvl. tn l,l.. Bala A pocullar, sweot Kicneh yeait Society gossip tells of a boUo, much if each remembered tlrnt the othsr was u pk) to puivlin hU cutlery nml clieopcigaiii. take. II ana ... to extra ngmit dinner toilots, who in human bin, nnd not an angel, "t1B1 Beobamel A rich, white sauce ma Je with ........,, c.illf. ...I.... w ner. uross, or con- AtRlitUiMilniiiii x .,... nniu 1. . ..""-'"'"a- Bil ... saro TaTlK...- If fuel and provisions were laid in during sto.k. of jt,a trives to nuke somebody elsa do It, In order nf)0;7oTt;;jcD; tho high tide of summer werk. .?...Y.T SSSfffj ?. gold piiwj ki them or BUjUe A whlto soup made of shell fish -nt. to IIIfmi .. If both parties remeniberoj that thoy that It hhall bo known that she wears it to men wuii snow tlinlr To blanob To place any article 011 tho one dlunor only. A gi.l of claret spattered wihs of xseiug to mako 0ivS!r4al Kj:iYit )f.i-- eH Ulo KLlui -mnrrlod for now as well as for better siMisiyii,-iei5a- ss f.x.ls of their Ju.ig-neiifire tvil,it Lolls, then plungo It in cold water, .&&, A nuinber of tasffl If niatcullno bills for Havana nnd feml-nin- e ovor tho delicate front of a rooa ruined It ItarimwftreoffMiii,' i, WJS'A to nltn poultry, vegetables, etc Tore-mov- e ! IflAI ditto for rare lace wero tuoiod into tha Leyond redemption, unJ so slw could not be Hour and vwhhvhI w ilh cream Hindu of roi 11 ' lJJlmaTniIl!". Tl Wlnrh, the skin by immorsmg n Lolliii" ttHvnco of havlni? tlm tnir r..t . A "olid Train, " rjenornl fund until such time as titty could Misnoctod of wnttr. ClDtlnn.ll ind JHchJiinj Hvtr,,,n p!" lho disasters passed for accidents UrUolong gUlltlvNlIIII Hh II tirofulniml ..I.- - ou.l n "", Wluchettpi ami Wartlngtop. li c Uouillou A dear poup. stronger than Lefnruiivil without rislu Braiidilp.pn.ut stylo is pulling his curo-nl-l but bventutilly came to bo understood ni 1 flhlllnh If men Would rvtnemljai IU.I al.L pilw, mid over tho way 11 man with n well, broth, yet not so stioog osconsotnmo whkh eI"'1k ileailnattoni.hl.'i 1? to can not be always smiling who bun to cook premeditatod "Undo IJIH's" y0w York curled huotl of Sl'AKl-OIlh 'iifluced'' soup. KY. lwir Js rohiiling fancy Iwxes ' '""iriWll,any 'fieut of anj Letter. tbo dinner, aiuwor the door bell half on comran'r' ' BraiiO Moit nvil-m-l In n .ln.Al.. of poiiMtimi, which not only mnkos tho hair thai a uoen times, rrat 1. H. F h. Siniur l.l.l. stew pan, so that A Lot or Married I'.ilks I'rosent. h . ... ... retains Its own tlavor has dropped nnd "7 rlil nt a "tnuwr -.-vua pow, but muses It to curl In a stylo equal to i'. .i rri.EV !... in, tond a sick boby, Uo up tho I W. and thoso of the vegetables and tiavorln"i WALTON, warn. In tito evening Hi. fnilt nd other It was remarked at tho opera ono night roT.H-'-. cut linger of a tio up tho head of put with it what 11 lot of married peoplo there are i mo " B. lUNllKOTW. lUcelrer LeiU,'""1. r coi coi nriM mow their llnrlii" """ of Kinn! v WiMv..n,. ,.ll .. a 5 yoar-ol- d on skates, and get an ! liiioche A very rich, unsvveetetied French torc'lltw 'pnenil umeescoflagtin, here ..i.n.. .1.1" f. iulillahil eTerjr ready for school, to tay notbinaof Hi.iinn. aro toalgbt:" "How can you tell they Kr, Tucwlar nnd Krlilsy at ttia to .e mado with yeast married!". naa laa nuory. "Don't von salcwiien prnUi tho chcnino.i of their wan, loTprlLeof ...Z.,"V. sweonlnir. dutlmr. etc A Cannelon-Stuff- od rolled up meat each wftJi his littlo knot of curious custoniirs "Tho men don't do -Consomme Cloar soup of bouillon boiled this to co,,tnd.vwih J main j vi- - SV -lege to look and fee a llttla tlr-- H -- mo.(.. i bardlv a rnranrr.. holding up their inol ley fawn In thoglaroof TWO DOIiLAKN 1KK 'KAH. iorra till very riok, 1 e., consumed . . . bou'iuet amon? the w onion. "Cincinnati tho kuro-iieword of uoueties a savory mince of fish or and a to expect sympathy would net bo too L'niiiiirer. Tlw IXMr lleillfln lflin i.trnnr1ii tu... r,r'.V"5TER.'S ENGLISH. lll. much from tbo man who, during Hw made with sauce into shapes nnd fried. s: J byutteuding tho fruit Hands lu tho streets in.. tuo uuntj iuvuii, ivuuiu not let nor tarry as .Meustired hy tlu Siuiie Standard. Crotutudes-Frl- ed I.alral... if 1'lm.at.t, 10 forms of bread to serve have, inmost out, a lianl battle to llglit to !. 11. diiimwb. much as a sunshade "I Iflf lt.t I'"X'.S.3. '".'"'"III" orIllt.l.t U'estesn MotvinaiL jalmvs or other meats upon. tal. o. Were wo dreaming, or did a littlo bird enable them to Iat?p their bouU ,lai.,l.,L. ...."'" " III a. -- Of ILLCLSSSKS- Entiee-- A whisper to us that a great organization was gether. They nro obllgod to nnd xxhns toiw-.!- i small dish, usually served beWhen Marriage I Contetnplnted. iirm 'HI i:a.. lff.... attend to their een courses at diunt-K..1.I t- ts about to bo formod called tho Dmigators of businow dally in nil weathers Ontt world-wid,,rX"',"T? ,'h"'l-'- a. Noatly and Choaply Exooutod. from year to trouble is U10 coining to- Purity, in wbloh men are to be Fondue-- A light preparation o.' melted gether nwasurod ywar, until flmy full uv0 Tithcd leaves of two persons whoe toatrw aro lust by tho same rk(Mx. standard tbat thoy apply to Now York Hun. """.rI)r.M.LHQ)l1MK. as unliko as it is posiblo for theni to be, nford. Fon Innf-Sug- ar A tho character cf women Western I'Jow. boiled, and beaten to a girl who is fond A of theatres, creaviy paste. and innn. ltcpiilrlnir nil I Itoinotlelliiir N'mn.. nmusements generally marries man uau"'-- A iWa.l'iSE'RSS au.e, some-llat- j wa.ej Homing loran ttiese, but awould who A Uerlln Kuiffcfiii has tllscooi-- l tho nrt of Occupying u L'nlveislty Chair. HLn hot ineyosnise. liko to sit by bis own bearthstoue, reading nnd rejviiring and romodelinij JlsVoaaaaal.. B.,S'uV Dr. Sophia Kawalowikl, who 1ms lioon Alatelote-- A nllskcj THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rich fish stew, with wlna. CW "NSMtwrf. B conversing with his wife upon th current appointed to a mathematical inid nstM. Mayonnaise A rich salad dressing. chair in tbo nrticJioke, Ho enn tnko u noso shapeil llko nn topics of tho day, or deeper things which sbo University of Stockholm, t'inMUwi.tl". and by his jtullnr method tum it Meringue-Su- gar AnJ the Loul.Tllle Swoden, Is said and white of egg'l)eaten .V LlaU, cares nothing about, but wetiM ..-IriuettaifuCs. tito a Wutiful and n. clas.tc snout. Ho lt sauce. attained a - .te," theatre, the latest mrs nothing, llw fact lludun.N'. v. Courier-Journ- al ) Marmade A liquor of spices, vinegar of Invites tku hideous, uml of tho ront'ter Is he work. Depend upon it, whor two pays n premium for such ' mathematics in Europe. lr., in which lish meats are skeped before persons marry love 6libyrafttw. It. Tho man with u 1100 twisted liko n gourd toon walks out nt the ' One year for only 83-t- wo prr. for Utile uok.iig. rtica l.oo. wore tfi.D tbe price of our. i A nan S3 years of ago recently handloor ram's honi is hh pleasure. Thai Mlroton Cold meat warmed tn various oiiw it nst, then, bo wis to ach our made ihial proof .on a quarter w ith no noso nt all Is his man delight nnd joy way,, and dished In circular form. soction of young people to be perfectly boiao.t ami out- - Ktuwat-lanJ-- Chicago Hurall. Bf paying us Jt you will rttflro lor one seat Purso This name is given to very thick your boaie aper with tbe l, the .soups, the Ingredients for thickening which DHNTlN-- i rrprceeniatlve netripaptr of the Houtb, democrat, We ne4 the money due us for iuUct:j tbi atd . .ulilj You will eotfer a fator on the THAT I AOKINt CoOHH wn 1 tare been rubbed through a sieve. ic ted for a tarltf a revenue only, and tbe bVst, Ld do fc . -- v..,. ,u family weekly in tbe UniuJ brUhtost roulette Snu?o A bechamel sauce, to wouwu.obllita to all In arretri 1 remit at CM br Holloti'. Cur... Wu iMr.iiiite It. ILL. the proper tMnabr secdln. th ruir.her your k. Si a and ablest .l&.l oo uyer. Hotel. ' -- ce l n mount of I livaia v i or &mi-8SttMji3ntm- lourital added. which wblto vino and sometimes eggs tiro spoken when marrtago is SELF-MAD- hri f ' lh MACKINAC, Summer Tours. mii-It- - n ,.,. 1 JBET tiP-t- . ot gold-brow- ircuiu-stance- s. libi - o s bo-co- Millor & Ctirpontor, sky-blu- o .w REAL ESTATE AGENTS wwJ im!& ET, m-nr-v Agricultural and MYERS HOTEL, tutor-rupto- 1 I.E.I.GTO., Propr V Ki-om- e t i. A Big Offer "; ..., t. mmu X 1 1 1 "fiy-tima- p r 1 02.CI..ViTI. re-ce- tl. e L&N. -- tart ruo.ir ;;: liri :::'" house-cleanin- g t i... rUROUGUTKUNKLINI SOUTH & WEST ,, J by-th- rr,' . ", 1 ! I'll I Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ... .oi i.i.. ..." . tur-penti- - jHliul Siilu' 1 t " 11 vnl-r.lil- h.ight-of-ha- flit! m, a t. Interior Journal D, rarF:',:. P. U.. I KT vM 1 Pro'r. '''". ..:.': -- ... H '' """. ,.. taZifT w.-i . 0O3S WOR.K r.i..; it. lni V"""' '"u 1 r o ll.1.. ..U"J: turn Oraiul Coiuliinatioii "" W- . ZZXfcZ l'"r Weekly llt Courier-Journa- 8DBOEOW Offlco-Boutb- .W.-. Bourne. m I ubicrlptloaatonce. topy of the Courier-Journ- al can do to at this offlic I PoMNMrou. Ozidr 0W ,.w,n,llri,c w4, ,.