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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886082701 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 VeeUn VOL. XIV. Stmi-SHcekblnieri- I mtefinf Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. lonfn NOTICE. m t i if i STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1886. $anr nsl it Is not lo'i much toiiay, that It hag modified, at lent, the external attitude of 1 NO. 154. H. K. TAYLOR, OfLOOAN COUNrv.IaaCandfdate or the office orsuparlotendant of t'uullo Instruction, aubjiot to the Democratic Htate Convention. or No 18, are all on Temple atreet, uU adjoining the Temple Block, Pen and 's r the Mormons toward their 'Gentile parse photography have often reproduced them this place, ia I have one registered bull and one cutor." Djuhtlen the Area of smoulder all. The Tithing Houh i ia between Brig-ham- city. and several good yearlings, entitled to a dwelling and the Temple -- across the AT ing wrath burn, drp down, beneath the A. 31. FELAXU, Elders James Iliatt an Bri Chestnut register, foraalecheap. 13J-lStanford, Ky. NNUW, OAHII. aurface, but luin pathetic hope of the ap way. There the Silnts cheerfully pay in have bjen conduct'ii prntnc ed uio-ti- n S3 lfcUl pearance of a gnat Dllvoror aubduea the a tenth of all they ralao into what they esI offtr for tala prlvatcjy ray at Buckeye. Tnero were 8 addition up lo t understood If we credit that JI.W will be outward manlfeatntlon of hatred that waa teem the "Lord's Treaaury " last night FLOCK AND GIIIST MILL, and demanded. vox A theatre 80x174 feet, seating 1 700, and once the common thing, Not very long All persons knowing themselves in Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowori, Bind- On Dlx Rlier, 8 rollea from Danvllls, on lbs ago the great Mormon majority of Utah an opera house, coaling $130,000, with debled to Lexington turnpike. It la a very rateaus will plraso call at once and set-tible pleco of Property and can bo had at a bargain ers and Reapers, But the large capacity, sufilco for younger or pleas waa insolent and overbearing. W. P. WALTON. We are compelled to huve money. M. by addrcsilng me atonce at Htanfnrd. Krl atrong arm of violated law lui turned the ure loving Mormondom to disport itself at C. & D. N. WilHams J1IIS. C. Z. Fl.OTJ). Oral Orclmrd, - - Kentucky. ! w scale. Their g'catcat men are in hiding will. Mr. C yl home fr"m LiuUville Brigbam lies in the far corner of a grasY from the avenging aenlcnoes of the legal Moiidny IiIkIiI lit- - tongue had bcnrtrick-e- n atatulo they have broker; and the rank lawn, within an Iron railing, that protects MT. VERNON, KY. wiih paralysis nnd he haa not epoken and file of oflVndere are being relentUraly the massive stones, many feet thick nnd for over two L M Kraz'r accom weks. PriUa tha Lord. God la Lora and Noth pursued. Too nllernatlve preented, when strongly bolted toelhsr, between which Thlaold r.nd Hotel Is Hill mainpanied him home The John Church Co. will havs a Urst-eas pitaining Ita fine reputation. Charges Ins- EUe. for reasonable. the people b'gan to feel tk preaatire t f the his body Is encased. The receptacle ano tuner In Stanford the latter part of August or Speclalattcntlon to tha travtllng Tho charge ol bsstardy against Wru. public. TCONTIWOEl) FROJI LAST ISSUK. iron hand of a great government, and to bis remains is a chiseled hulluw chamber, MtCIure, jit. waa investigated last Monday the But of September. Those wantltg tuning doad 8r, xistrcoirn, vn'r, frtei'ienlly realiza that a a bmi ao Sail Lake City Alt. Vernon, Ky. aironir majority in Utah w.ia just large enough to hold the body. No by a jury, who returned a verdict ol not will pleaw leave orders with Miss ltoio P.lcbardi or Miss KJla Ramatj. Satisfaction guaranteed. 10 an Into anj- - a feeble minority r f the nntion, wa, "Shall Jerry Cruncher could get at this elabor wtitlcn up that I he'Uate guilty. This waa shown to be clearly a . II. A I,. ,T. COOK. It i be case of blackmail, gotten IhlDK like detail, lent I weary Tour readtra we or aubmb?" Happily for them ately C3natructed sarcophagi! tip to extort alorjr. Hull can hardlv relyoatbey clxxe the latter, but with the yond the reaoh of dejecratora. with an money from "Uncle Billy." MILLERSBURG IwllldellTsr Ice to regular eastomeraln Stanford We spent 21 hours moat delightfully in pata It decently without a me nwolut of ole i)rwiM that Jeua ahould come In '91 W. C. Mullina, Ben Prlco, Sam Hix and vicinity every raornlng at raoDal lmprealona of what I to deliver them Halt Lake City. I rather liked the Morroy own I believe that this alone, and Bsone, who were arrested Innt week, One Cent Ponntl. mw, even at the rik of weuiajuie repetl vary where taught by their preacher-- , ro mons, what I saw of them. Ba sure there charged with committing a rape, had thsir Accounaaduoat the c3e0f each month, or tion. atralntil the aloiott ungovernable anger of are two eidu to the Mormon question. Tula poi'ular rchool, after a Tear of unparallcd when rustomtrqulta. examining trial Monday and wero promptly nnder with, mar uot the Mormon, and prevented a very bitter X few atactica, to KMf CONTINUED NEXT ISSUE.! It. R JIA It HO IF. acquitted, there being no proof against C. beoul of place.' IJiah TerrHorr has about and bioody etruggle. No one oin estimate them that waa damaging. I think the parAND The Conductor's Jaw Dropped . 1W,000 Inhabitant, of whom 186.000 are how dearly thcac people, schooled by sufi MRS. S. C. TRUEIIEART, Ojo of those smart Alexander who trav- ty who swore out the writ did it through College, Mormom; 200,000 acre of land are under ering in the paal; armed with weapons of Lanv rarcrpii, malice STANFORD, KT. farming la first clan; tbo lateat patterr; and fired by religioua el on cheek and the Inability of the public The cultivation. Again offera Itself lor public patronage. With to change $20 bills for n glas of soda watacllltUs, an enlarged I'aculty and an eleAn Avhiuoe School Composition. A $800,000 are aptnt tn Urination annually, enthtiaiaam, would have sold their liven in The Nest Session Opens Soptember 1. car echoolma'am nt tho Chase hou?e has the vated coarteofitudy, It aUVirdi unusual oprortu-Qltie- a tobies got on a for the education of your daughters. and the crop, are often wrung from a reluc defence of their faith For, diaapprovo aa ter or four JIUV. C. POPE 8nd lor Catalogue to the other day and tendered the aforesaid following juvenile composition among her Noted for Health, Comfort, Heme tanl aoll by patient paln akin only. Tnc we may, it ia a faith with theoi, as bigoted Mllleriburg. ky. Oare. 20 for his fare. Of course the conductor ec'ioolbousc msnuscrip': "A codfish is the Good Discipline, well Qualified In the Jancla and dogged aa that of a Mohammedan in rule, however, la, frtllitj, and could not change it, and fo he got his ride only Annymal that ain't got no neck. MACK imuCE'3 Efficient Teachon, Thorough Training Mohammed and the Koran. I believo that choen for cultivation. waa repeated until tho conductor There ain't but one kind of a fish in the Thirty-nin- e and wide soopo of Instruction, yeara ajo, 113 j.ded this confidence among the followera of free. This Bait Like valley, Brightm Yourg, in ilia epeedy advent of got tired of It, nnd after the fourth or fifth World that lives on the land and FJys Buggy & Implement House. emlgranta entered time of Its repetition he determined to get round in the air, and that is a Graduates In three conrsej, arranged and began the work of realorat'on. What Jeaua, haa a.ired tho United State govern-froto suit tha mental tastes and capacities of even with the fellow. By visiting the toll- A cod-fis1 haie now- puplla. has a large mouth, and my Sunthe biggeet and blooJieit jib they n change haa been wrought by Industry For Cataloguo apply to houses, and by other means unknown, the day school Teechers got a large mouth too. A Full Lino of Whoat Drills nnd and thrift in leai than lOyeara! Theae ever undertook. AKFX.S. l'AXTOX, Pre.ldent. managed to Two kids got fi:eing in tho vestry one day munipulator of the What xaj bo the remit of dlaippolnted barren waslw to day everywhere "bloaaom othor Agricultural Implomonts, scrape up $19.95 in pennies. and one of otn pulled quite a lot of Hare aa the roxe." Itia a tranaformation diffi Lokm, should '91 mock their atcidfiat Bcsldos a Placing these In a little buckc! he quietout of the other kids I fed and the Superind Irtut, lies In the womb of the future, and I cull to rvaliz, without a look at the wildernin that fairly howl with prreume not to prophiay. Meanwhile, buay ly waited the appearance of his victim, tending pounded one of his E.ra with n Tail Lineol Buggies and Wagon having posted the driver and some other book and n they q'lit. A fish would look Always on hard. In connection with ny Imdcfolalton, around the farored aiiota, where band ore perfecting a noble gtiwt chamber, Kentuckj'B ICoute East friends who happened to be on funny it they had legs and could run." plement business, I will also carry a FOB patient men hare toiled to eflct a contract I am told, in the new structure of granite, intimate young man Squirrel Island (Mass.) Squid. Washington, Philadelphia and Complete Stock or Lumber, ahould Jeaua "come auddeiily to Ilia holy board. When the unsuspecting that "he who rune mar read." with the plethoric pjeketbook put in an Now York. The "HaltiU," are eonalructlne, a tall tempts." Ah, me! What can men not A recent cue of poisoning by Paris Both rough and dreated. Prices on everything aa Tho only line running and promptly produced the "20" watcl-towtof atone, circular, beiutifally make by reading scripture through their apperance with many apologies the oonductor picket- green demonalrates that one can not ba too Low us any one. PULLMAN SEV SLEEPING CARS built fnd on the hichtal point, jnat abore own epeotaoteT God help in nil, for we ed the bill and produced his little bucket careful in the use of that powder. Mr. I solicit a share of your patronage, Kcspcclfully, AXD the oiy. We olambered to the top of the lire in wildly evil day, ami the voioea Bmjamen Bjwer, resident of Pleaiantville, SOLID eyea multiply apace of thoao who say "Lo herd and amid the grins of tho spectator, pre- X. . sprinkled unfinished alruoture, and leaatcd our Mvr jr. JtllCCK. J Paris green on his grape FROM sented It to hla customer. The youog man upon a landscape that will remain through Ilhert!' vines. Tho wind blew some of it into the Louisville, Oinoinuati & Lexington, Ky. looked pretty cheap, and, after feeling the T1IK Tho Tabernacle is but n few yarda behind life one of the ohiiotil memor?ea of travel face of MiM Allie Bower, his L'O year-olto Washington Oily, of Krerythlnj hereiareJolnit with icripture the TempV, in tho wv encluaure of atone heft the bucket, thoughtfully got oil the daughter. She inhaled it unconsciously, Connecting In the amne depot with and di appeared around the corner. ! alluaionaand aiaaciatlon In tlila wondarful wall, ten or more feet high, that runs round car Fast Trains for New York. andsoon bjcame violently ill. A physiThe Direct Route to fourderof the entire Temple Block. It ia a place of Then the oonductor took the bill from his cian, who wa summoned immediately, I feel atire that Hi FROM WIIKWCK vallej.anJ pockst and proceeded to fold it up nicely, DaoTllle, Korlolk and No Traveler KcttiritH Sick! Lynchburg,nnd North Carolina Points.all Virginia her-anthe colony, In aelecting thia root, waa oflen worahlp, where 12,000 Mormon gather she died iu a so that it would fit into a convenient corner could do nothing for For tickets and further Information, apply to jmpreed with the hkenew of the modern vftrj Kjnday afternoon. la the morning of hi pocketbook. Something in the ap few days. Ia these tlgbt times each buret should consult your nearest ticket otflce or address W. W. Mon-roaa described in the locsl meeting housea euflice. Kvery Jeruaalem to his own interests. wuy mould you give one mer- General Agent, Lexington, Ey. Forepaugh's horse, Blondin, will attempt enantweror an pearance of the bill caught his eye, and, bur tha artltio wnen you Holy Writ "Aa the mountalna round about ward haa Ita houae of worahip, whero the same imng irom acoiner ror c. Todoihlala not W.C.WICKHAW, U. W. V rM.EB. aa he examined it a Utile clo'er, his jaw to cross the Niagara chasm on a tight rope U Ice Pieeldent, Gen'l Fut'r Ag't. justice to yourself or family. Jerusalem," waa the quotation that came people of that ward congregate. Then the Richmond. Vlrclnla. dropped about a fool. The bill was of the about the middle of September. The skill. In the next pltco, you should be sure to get good (saint Involuntarily to my Up, aa I cituht the Tabernacle ia the (minium gatherum Poor good, are dear at any price. Nogenus denominated by the spotting frater- ful animal haa a lucky name and two more articles. tbla more so than lu Medicines. Tou where la firit climpieof thejlorloua view from the and Gentile alike may attend there. But nity as "que.r." The young man had al-- legs than its human predecessor. It should might as well pay 50c an ounce lor sawdust as for Inert medicines. "watch tower" of the Morunn ' .ion." into the Temple none but "the elect" may IMta-bur- g be successful tn its remarkable endeavor. been laying fir the conductor. Bourne has lust recolvcd his Urge stock of Medampithealre of mountain enter. O.ily Mormons are witneaaea of the la a It icine of all kind. Every article fresh from tho It has been pretty cll established of late manufacturers. He now has the nicest and cheap- Concert Grand, Commercial Gszitte. peak; and I know none more pictureiue "mysteries" enacted there. There are five Ac, that a horse can do almost anything on a est selection of fancy goods, show caseartlcloa, eye Parlor Grand, Ac. The celebrated Lamire's Spectacles and A few davs ago the New York World than thoie of the beautiful Wahiatch ranje or alx of theae "templea" already erected in rope if it's taut and now that the don- glasics a specialty. The lust brands ot mixed Baby Grand, diflerent parte of Utah, of which the one in drew a very extraordinary practical comin Utah. warranted. keys have bad their day at Niagara, give paints every can goods, anglerSplendid Jewelry, goods, artists' sewing machine Upright Grand, The Great Salt Lke aleepi at the foot of Salt Lake City ia tho chief. The Taberna parison between newspapers and maga- ho horses a chance. goods, chromoa. frames, lamps, brushes, bttlcs ot 8quare Grand. all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for the Aa a compliment to the Preaident'a structure; Noah'a zine me of the aurrounding ridge -- H by 1)0 cle is an aunts and the smartest ba Mr. Francis Murphy, the very able and dear grandmas, mallen at. We are opening tho most ctrefully aelccted, the ark turned keel uppermost will beat de- slater it reproduced her neir venture, the by in ine business an rallea in breadth acd length. Ita nearest aui auu utai siocc 01 point ia 20 mllea, by rail, away from the scribe it. It will seat 12 000, but the ac Chicago magarlne Literary Life, even to successful temperance reformer, puts a Dr. M, L. Bourne's New Drug Store, hlanford, Ey. in small contpaes when bo eayi: PIANOS AND ORGANS capital, but atema much nearer aa you look coualic properties are eo perfect that even ita illuatratlona and a fac simile of the cov- large truth from the watch tower. The valley la the lower tones of the human voice can be er. What must have been the surprite "The pslltical tiirJ party bayo not got a Eter brought to tbla city. Every Instrument ts don the pride of an artist and prices raDge from 10 to a I'radlae of beauty, with alternating cul- distinctly heard In every part of the build- of magax'.ne readers to find that Liter- man to ein a pledge that I know of. I re25 percent, lower tnan other dealers aik for the same goods. Persons ot musical and art culture and meadowa green ing, from the pulpit. The organ la remarkary Life, including its cover, advertising gard the prohibition nominations as so tivated Gelda.orcharda are Invited to an Inspection uf the beautiful , cultiThe lake ia I.21K feet aboe ea laavel, and able in being the product of Mormon skill poiT', &a, made just two paves of the manv obstacles to true temperance reform.'1 vated, ruined tone and artist designs ot these celeBoston Journal. brated Instrumental and industry and constructed from Utah World As that paper iaauea an edition ol the city only 43 feet higher. Tito "fforld-rciiounc- tl Kuabc, tho Fa pages Sundays, Salt Like City haa 27,000 inhabitant", wood. It ia nn instrument nf grett com twenty four or twenty-eigh- t In an Indian mound near Oakland, Ind., liious Decker & Sou, tho Popular Evcovenr 9 rquare mllea. Tbla glte am pass and power. The aleel pipes wero haul one copy of it contains the same amount of waa unearthed recently a stone wall ten and IS WARRANTED to cure Fcvur nnd erett nud IIio Itcllnblo New England Apue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, ltc pie room for exlenalyo premleea around cd oa ox wajona from the Mr distant Mlt- - reading matter aa Literary Life offers in n feet Kiuare. Within were five or sir mlttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Uiiloua Fever, Pianos, yen. Yet tho World costs but three cents private reildencei. Accordingly, thle la eourl river and the nearest paint of navi llrcak-bouo- " three copper vessels filled with fifty Dengue (or Fever), Liver and themagrz'ne $3 Complaint, nnd alt discuses urlsing Irom one of the Grat tins that itrikea the tour-ia- t gation thereon. The Celebrated Olongb. and Warren and pound- attached to a alone handle, and a Malarial potions. This monster Tabernacle haa a door for the pleaaanl look of roomlneia In lawn the John Ohurob & Co. Organs. To prevent rata and mice from gnawing number ol atone hatchets. "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. entrance and exit every 30 feet all around and jard. Please communicate with us for catalogues, term leather beltlne, or leather of any kind, Buckten's Arnica Salve. It can empty itself brush rub "For eighteen months suf-cre- d 'nd prices. The moat characlerUlic feature however, the immense building or it over with common cantor The beat Salve In the world lor Cuts. Bruleos ti.Jl. .6 Z,. J. ( OOK, Special Ag'li, i of rlppUngwaler nf ita 12 000 in less than 10 minutes. The with Chills and Fever, of the place the aound (Stanford, Ky. oil Sonw, Salt Rheuin, Ferei Bores, Tetter, Cbappod Or ROSE R. RICHARD, having Chills every other day. in all tip atrcela. Oj both lidei Rprk-lin- platforms of both tho Tabernacle and AsFor the violent internal UKony termed Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin L'rupttona, References: A R. Penny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenrtvu'ol, with dancing waters, K'ddena sembly Hall were draped iu btnek, for the colic, take a tcanpoonful of salt in a pint of oil positively cures Plies, or no pay required, I, After trying various remedies ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore aud Jamea Uraa-leCrab ts guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or mouey compenasiei for chief men, now fugitives from justice recommended to cure, used a ard: Stanford;J.Mrs. Mn,lo Uolmea. Lizzie Orchthe eye, and charmingly V. and Miss Huff water; drink it and i;o lo bed. It i one of rofunded. Price 23 cents per box. for sole by r lottlo ofAycr's Ague Cure, and man, Uen. of July.Tiiia water "Z'on" wears widow's weeds while the Laucaafr, Ky. the heat aud dust theepeedieat remedie known. The same Penny A McAllster. have never since had a thill. cornea from inexhaustible mountain jourc-e- a 'OtntlU" supremacy lasts; 1S91 will right remedy will revive a peraon who la almoat Interesting Experiences. EDWIX HARPER." and ia.brought by pipes and dltchea to the wrong nnd the exile will return in tri- dead from a heavy fall Hiram Camoron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, rKEPAKED BY umph, following the victorious Messiah. ia wanted. l'roni (in the point whure it Aa a remedy f jr bul bretth, put 8 drops (!a., tells his experience thus: 'Tor thrca ysars Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. eource the drinking Till then "patience must have its perfect other and alill purer a tumbler of spring have tried every remedy on the market for Stom" So they say, and so they wait to- of muriatic acid in half Sold by M Druggists. nnd Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, unwater ia brought, In like manner, and can work water, add n little leuon peel or juice, lo achI used Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL bo had, not only in the grea'eU abundance day. Toe Tabernacle ia 2o0 feet long, HO suit the palate, itud let n teaapoonful of til am now cured, aud thlak Electric I3Ittera tbo best guahea "full fret wide and 90 feet high. In every prlvnte bona, but thia mixture ba taken three timoi a day for Jilol Purifier In the world." Major A. B. Itecd, The Aaaumbly II til ia h handsome stoi,e and free" from public drinking founlalna, of West Liberty, Ky, med Electric Blttcra for an some weeka, along the buildlnp, of stately architecture and roomy old standing Kidney aBVctlon and aays: "Noth mrranged at frequent interval The experiment near Vnehinion of run lug haa aver done me ) much .good aa Eleatrlc etreete, It Is all very sparkling and re proportions, It ia used as a winter house MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED A IIHIO & MISSISSIPPI il. nlnjj a locDuiotivo by coal oil proved very Hitters." Sold at SO cents a bottlo by Penny of general assembly, no known method havfreahing. of 40 miles McAllstnr. The alghta inspected by all are. Drat, ing been diecovereJ to render the Taber- eucceuful. At tlmea a epeed A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. difficulty was and old established rout Temple Block, containing the new Temple, nacle comfortable in the depth of winter, an hour waa attained an! no Capt. Coleman, aehr. Weymouth, plying between Thedlreat through linefrom ceiling and walls of the experienced in raiaini; a ateaui preaaure of With Twelve Cut Paper Patterns of your own etill in courae of conduction; the Taber- The fret com on the Atlantic City and N. Y., had been trouVlad with aalaction and of any alza. Hall. The Ten"lo la Aeaembly Hill ars accurate repreeeota-tion- i 110 pound. Tne oil ia uaed on tho eame a cough ao that he was unablo to sleep, and was Loni.villo & Cincinnati to St. Louis nacle and Aaaemblf Both Publications, One Year, and all points in the West. Temples thus far erect-e- J principle aa in vapor atove, the crude pe- luducsd to try Dr. King's New Discovery for of tbo various almost ready for the roof and already mwa ran It not only gave him lnetant relief, Two (2) Dally trains from Louisville to 8t. Louis and one prodigious painting troleum being vaporiisd by a blast of ia what a atately edifice it will be whou fin. Three (J) Dally Trains from Cincinnati (THREE FIFTY). but allayed tho extreme aorenois In his breast, by Joseph ateam. The heat generated is to St. Loula. lahed. It la built of the fineat gray granite, illustrating the original finding nia children were almllarly aflected and a atngle About 30 gallons dose had tho aame happy effect. Dr. Klng'aNew Only MO houm from Louisville and Cincinnati 180 f.et long; Lelght 20Ofeit Smith ot the Umoui "golden pUtoa" where- Inleuae and continuous. 117 feet wide, to it. Loula. waa originally are U'ed each hour, and a tank on the ten- Discovery la now tho standard remedy In the when completed. All maaalve and oxquls on the "Book of Mormon" Only Lino by whioh you oan household and on board the schooner. Tho 6 barrels. Quite Coleman cot a Through Slooping Car itely taateful The walla are of tremend. engraved by the divine finger, according to der of the engine carrier I roe Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at Mormon legend It is n grand audience-roo- a lare numbar tf Waahingtonlans are no feet 0 Incbe-a- nd oua thickneas-- U Faom Clncinatl to St. Louis. Penny A McADaUr'a Drug Store. Of all the Magazines. in the invention, whloh, it Is claimTheBextouwaa civil, but hurried 30NTAININQ Siorl.s, Poems and other Lltererv Uepaitd in making it what it Iain TUT Istbeonly line running Positive Cure for Piles. Ar rPVtA attractions, combining Artlstio, Scientiflo ana J.I1U J. OG 1YX. through from Louisville Houiihold mstters. central rallying point of us through everything an if he were ready ed, will revolution!! the uae of coal, as tended lo be-- tbe To tba poopleot this county we would aay that and Cincinnati to St, Liils, all other routoi being to boll ever with a auppreesed sense of the well aa dolntt away with cinders, for the JlhiMtrntrtl with Original Steel Engrav the religion of the "Latter we have been given the Agancyof Dr. Marchlsl'a made up of a combination ol small roads, Inns, l'hotoyriivurea, Oil l'ltture ami having to show their holy horning of the oil creates no smoke. Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed The corner atone was laid tn '53 and it will degredation of fine ffooilfnU, waklnu It the iioilel eyes. He reminded me Internal, External, Tho Ohio & Mississippi Railway runs Palatial or money refunded ilauatlne of Antertea. take aeveral, perhaps lO.yeara to finish It places to Gentile Sleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant ParJamei McLaughlin, trying to ford the to cureWeeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c n box. PJT'Each Magnzlno contains a COUTON his orders from Blind lor Cars on day trains; Elrgint Day CoachThey ate, however, completing one room of one who had received ORDER, cntltllnir tho holder to tho selection ot River during a recant Florida fresh For sale by Penny & McAllster, Druggists. Alalia es on all trains. ANY PATTKItN Illustrated la that number, of the coming Mes thoae In nuthontr, but obeyed with all the et, found himself unablo to go forward or Direct and close connections are made In UNION for the dwelling-plac- e and In ANY 8IZK. who worked under DEPOTe) with diverging Hoes by the(). A M. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. OBMOItnST'S MONTHLY Isjusttr entitled palin or bafora 1891, they suppressed fury of one siah-wh- oae advent, backward, and so climbed a cabbage Railway, thus avoiding troblesouie transtha World's Modol Mntrazlno Tho Lnnrest In proWe emphatically guaranteo Dr, Marchlsl'a Ca- fers by other routes. eagerly looking for. Then, they antic- protest in carrying out a loathaomn Form, tho Lttrvoat in Circulation, and tho beat roosted for forty-sevearc metto and thero ., 1K5I1CAI. TUit will r thollcon, a Female Remedy, t cure Female Dis- The Ohio A Mts'isslppl Railway ts the only Una tnii'n I'UIIU, l... ..,!. .,lMVnlllU ,.... I, ' Tt.il In. IIIM1IJ gramme. IWl ipate their full deliverance from Gentile" hours. He tied his wrists to the stalks, eases, auch aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and year of its publication t l between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis bo tho The Lion Ilouie, where Brigbam lived; nnd inWnuully luinrovcil and so extensive well aa emanunder one management, running all ita fallFalling and Displacement or bearing Ulceration, domination In particular, aa thus was able to sleep without It In tho front ronk of lanrlly trains through solid and In consfqueoos whero his 18 joint down felling, IrregularitiesBarrenness, Change o t Periodicals, not rmml to any uyimiimo. U Route beis recognised First-Clacipation from all trouble in general. Tula the Beehive House, ing out of the tree. Llfc,Leuchorrhs9a,besldeamany weaknesaea springcontain Ti nnirca. lunro otinrto. 8 V xll W Inches. tween tbosa Clllea. of his divided heart and hands ia a yery pathetio feature of tha preaent partners Apply to ticket Agenta of connecting lines for elegantly printed nnd fully illxtrotcd. harmony aa they might; the Tne Seitntific American says that If a bot- ing from the above, like Ueadache, Bloating, Spi- full particulars as to rates, time, maps, clrtulws by V. Jonuluga Deworeat, New York, Mormon poilttoo, and is the attitude en- dwell, in such ,!s left uncorked In a nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, or any desired Information, or write to AND DY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED Heart, Ac. For aala by Drug, preachers in view of the Eagle Gate, standing at the head of the tle of pennyroyal Palpitation of the ROUT. It, FURMAN, couraged by their WITH THE ' Taav. Pass. Ai't O. A M. R'y, Sotrereet. Ky. highway lo the Eastern World; and room at nlsht, not a moequlto nor any glsta. Prices tlaad 1 SO per battle. Send to Dr. "preaent dlalreaa " ''Be patient brethren, great W. R.SHATTUC, W. M PEA BODY. Interior Journal at $3,50 Per Year. the J. B.M archill, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. Amelia Palace, where B Y. built a sep- bloodsucker will be found there in lien. Pass. Ag"t, Prea. and Uen'l Man'gr, o the coming of the LORD," ia the burden the Oinclnaatl. O. Forsalebv Penny A McAllster. Druirlits. arate Louie of great beauty and cost for his morning. t exhortation from paatora to people; and L. 8. Jones, of Vubltuheil Titrnttwtntnl Friday -- formerly of very ill at ba home In tho LotulW, Mill JPor Sale! O. B. IZJLRICIS, Ag't p. 1M-4- ui GEO. 0. BARNES. PIANO TUNING. U NEWCOMB HOTEIi well-kno- m i: HS-3- re-l- et otl-tn- ld ICE! ICE! ICE! Per Female College! bln auc-ces- s REV. POPE, President, Stanford Female Penn-aventi- e .Mcr-mo- n fish-haw- nt dift-era- h 110-2- m bell-punc- h unre-claime- r, J. A TRAIN d BOUIfciXlS d e, sj PI AMOS ! i I odd-looki- ng Ague Cure I AVER'S skel-elon- a, post-offic- I y, 133-ly- For Hard Times, DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE O. & M. ft U-a- oemorest's t $3.50 Twonty-feccoiN- ss Puh-Uah- El to agree on their candidates for Congress. the Mexican authorities, but The prohibitionists, a, in everything cite imprison in tbe iMgnin u. strict, two weeks nso, a fied. Ho wants $10,000 for false connected with their proposition, are quite ment. August 27, 188G convention adjourned became it was unStanford, Ky., It oppears from an examination of the intemperate in their abuse of their oppoable to nominate and on reconvening Wednents. They spare not the living nor the 3B nesday the same old tiresome balloting court dockets, that during the past twelve men have been killed in the de.d. We Bk our friends to have better was resumed, On the 202 ballott, Oen. years 112 W. P WALTON. manners in this respect. Diecusa the prop' W'l1 Lee, a son of the great and good Robert E., town of EJgefield, S. O. Bulgarian osition, but do not be personal. Every It is cabled that 10,000 was still in the lead. Tbe principal ob DEMOCEATIO TICKET, person has a right to his opinion. supjection to him, we learn, is that he h too troops are hastening towards Sifia to lVjr Congress, We ask our prohibition friends why they port Alexander, while Russia gives ordere fond of looking upon the wine while it is did not in their act proyido a punishment JAMES Jj. MeCltEAItY. red. In the Cth District the convention to get her ship) in readiness for the fray. The Zrantcript fellows are evidently for him who buys as well as for him who had not been able lo nominate a candidate Of Madison. trying to guy Brother Birnee iu taking a sells Hquore? It looks to a man up a treo at last accounts. supposed blind man to him for the purpose (and the prohibitionists claim to have every We bnvobten atkcd why we do not fellow opposed to them up a tree) that this HOIES OF CURRENT EVENTS. of having his sight restored by prayer. (he cauio of the prohibitionist. To man they took would be fair. But it may be that if they The Woodford democrats have recom- Instead of taking a blind which we eitnply unswrr, (hat we are not had this sort of a trap they would be a'raid mended James Blackburn for Lieutenant Wm Jnhnann.n mendicant ne2r0. Who is convinced from fc' Rutlertd from those of being caught in it, and this would be seen almost daily at the postoffice asking eecticDs which have adopted prohibition Governor. very sad. Gen. John Newton Las been appointed alms of the public. This man is not only that it is tbe b et minrer of dculioc with Prohibition is purely a political queseyes at all. They are enblind-- he has no Commissioner of Pablio Works for New the evil. We arc in sympathy, boTicrer, tion, Its advocates are trying hard to Press. vice Rollin M. Squire, removed. tirely with the eflVt to banish rhiakjr from our York, make a religious question of it. Let no Beijmln P. Divis, Deputy Fourth raidetand if it could be rooted out entirely OANHLLE. BOTLE COUN1 1. man be caught with such chad. Their of the Treasury, has accepted an we would be a sirene for doing it at the Auditor the colored baib3r , proposition to be voted on in this county James Cowan, 8r., moat fanatical prohibitionist. Experience invitation to resign, ar.d will get out Octo shows that it is one of law and State policy one of tbe landmarks of Danville, died on and shows however, that if it is not sold one ber 1. not of religion. The first National Convention of Col Wednesday from a long illness of consump way it will be another and we have no asIf some of the prohibition fanatics of this surance that the laws against its sale will ored Baptists is in sessional St. Louis, the tion. day had been with Jesus Christ at the wed- and D, Workmen are busy repainting be more stringently enforced than now, President being Rev. W. J. Simmons, diog feast the Jews might have escaped tbe IN ARUA'DANOE. papering and otherwise preparing Cald- laf.my of the cructQxtlon. when Ibev are as strong as they will be D., of Louisville. The keeper of a convict camp near well and Bell College for the Fall term, against unlicensed dealers. We hare it The prohibitionists don't want lo be Lumpkin, Qa says that among the eighty which begins Sept. 1st. not in our heart to oppose tbe efforta of the against the law to buy. negro convicts thirty-fivare preachE. W. Lee bought this week of Colum good people who think they are doing their six We will give some statistics next week, ers and all are members of the church. bia parlies six extra nice driving horses taken kind a benefit, and therefore refrain from from official reports, under oath, For the year ending July 1, there fat prices averaging (rom $.- - to $i.o taking any part in the controversy, giving which will show some facts to be quite dif Sarlanded at the six principal ports of the Harry 0'Fllon won another raco at he prohibitionists the benefit of anything ferent from the representations of the proUnited Stales 221,313 immigrants from atoga this week. hey desired published. hibitionists. European nationalities. Mrs. F. Gilcher, now in Bavaria, In If thero is a full vote prohibition will be How have the mighty fallen! Senator Dr. S, A. Richmond, of St. Joseph, writing to a friend in Danville, said the Mahone, who once had the State of Vir- Mo., charged with killing Col. James W. party she was In expected to leave on the defeated in this county by about 600 ma ginia in a sling, lo do with her as he will Strong, editor of the Herald, has been 17th of the present month for a tour thro' jority. Prohibition ed, is soon to retire from the Senatorship found on trial to be insane and not guilty. Italy and Switzerland. They had already Of tho Heat MaUt-h-. Prohibition is not a principle, but a fan w hlch bo his dirgraced, and will run for Heldel-bur- g 1G year-olboy, who attended an extensive Willie Sells, the of Congress in the Petersburg district, which murdered his father, mother, brother and aticism. It seeks to effect by legal enactstudents, for 50 years back. ia overwhelmingly republican, counting the sister at Ojage Minion, Kansas, and who and Collins Sumrall ments and constitutional amendments that Messrs. Lawson colored voters solid for that party. Tbe is condemned to be hung, has been refused have gone to Chattanooga to join their which must be accompliihed by moral present Congressman has declined, at the a new trial. mother and sister who have been there for agents and moral forces. Its advocates may be right as to the object in view, but command of his master, Mahone, to again ftOrer 200 delegates were present at the some weeks. Mr. C.H. Campbell, of Verstand for the cffi:e and that little "cuss" assembling of the Farmers' Congrees of the anda Hotel, Lebanon, was at the Glllner's they are irretrievably wrong as to the method) and means of attaining that ob thinks he has the dead-wo- od on an elec United States when it assembled at St. yesterday. Miss Miss Ella W. Booker ha tion, but the colored voters express them- Paul Wednesday. Col. Robert Beverly, of taken charge of the public school near ject. In short, we take the broad ground that selves tired of voting always for the white Virginia, was President. CHEAPEST AND 1IENT Stoney Point, this county. prohibition is wrong in theory, and has thinking seriously of putting man and are C. W. Metcalf has sold the Jessamine McDonald, while coming Mr. A. I. been, and ever will be, a failure in pracup a man of their own color. If they do, Journal to J. M. Kerr, of Cincinnati, who downstairs Wednesday evening, stepped tice. It has not succeeded in a single State and stick to him, Mahone will be even a was in Nicholasville representing the nn iNuim tmndla and fell, breaking a WW WM or in a single community where it has been poor third in tke race, as the colored ma- GrapMc. Tho new proprietor will take small bone in ,the ankle joint. Dr. Fayette tried, all assertions of its advocates to tbe jority is away up in the thousands charge of the paper September 1. Dunlap, who rendered surgical aid, says Dr. Richardson made an incision in the injury is a yery painful one, and that contrary notwithstanding. Louisyille Commercial, which seems The The evidence of its failure in Kansas persistent in trying to burst thj boom the abdomen of John McCarty at Boston, recovery will be slow. Mr. McDowell has alone is to be found in the voluminous recJudge Durham may have for Governor, drew out and cut open the stomach and been in the employ of Bruce, Lee & Co. for ords of tvery probate judge's office, in the I'or (ho licrrj- - Hca on, has at a great expenditure of time and removed a set of falee teeth which be had several months and is a favorite with his shipping books of express companies, in tbe Pulaski Banner. money found that the Judge's statement in swallowed. employers and the public generally. of the freight departments of the Unless the governor interferred, Jeff one of his letters addressed to Gov. Knott The Etheredges of Louisville and the different railroads runnlne through and into that be had never been accused of plagia- Rowling, late of Rowan county, Ky.. was A man from Cincinnati has rented the State, in the rapid increase of drug hung in the Ohio penitentiary at 1 o'clock the store room formerly occupied by Man rism may have been true at the time, but stores that have sprung up to take the the accusation comes now with all the this morning, for the murder of his father-i- n nini on 3rd street and will shortly open an place of saloon, and in tho statistics of the JOi: V. WATtHH, JTl.C. WUAKEN. law. Later. Respited till December 3d. establishment for the manufacture of boots force of paralleled columns to prove that revenue department of the United States, Further details of Ihe recent storms in and shoes. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ttauace the Judge used word for word Hon. James All these furnish proof beyond question Texas show that 3S human lives have been will go lo Crab Orchard on Friday to reA. McKerzie's memorial address on the to any candid mind, that as much, if not death of Congressman Schleicher in 1879, lost; crops destrojed valued at $1,000,000; main a week or more. Col. and Mrs. A. more, liquor is sold in Kansas now than to express his erntimenls upon the death of lost to city and town property, $3,400,00; Talbott have returned from that resort. before the adoption of prohibition in that . Grand Secretary BIdgely, of the 1. 0. 0. F., lo shipping and harbor improvements, Col. C. E. Bowman will return to Frank- State. It has not eradicated the evil of inMiss Whit-thor- n Saturday or Monday. at a meeting of tbe grand lodge at Wash-ingto- n $900,000. fort X X temperance, nor even perceptibly decreased f r a Gen. H. P. Rinsom, for many years in 1882. and Mist Allen recently visiting it, but it ban, on the contrary, brought in general passenger agent of the K. C, but Mrs. C. P. Cecil. Mr, Xames G. Blaine, tbe tame which who its train a number of evils scarcely less do retired after his marriage to Mrs. Danvilles played a game of base ball Tuesplorable than intemperance itself. These wib not elected President of tbe United Goodloe in 1879, died Tuesday at his home day and another Tueiday evening. Ihe consist of spying upon one's neighbors, States, delivered himself of several colin Lexington from the effects of 21 grains Danvilles won both games. This brings to umns of solid nonpariel in opening the bearing false witness and the practice of of morphine, taken perhaps with suicidal recollection a wild rumor that has been in campnicn in Maine Tuesday. Somothintr unblushing hypocrisy and open perjury. circulation for seyeral days, viz: that Danstartling and" new was expected after his intent. Kansas is lo day the garden spot of hyp tore. UUbert lixbu, wue ot a prosper- ville, already celebrated in the educational months of silence, but the eflort is cot ccrite, liars and perjurers, made so by procounty, Tenn., line, is to have a new institution of learcharsclerizsd by either feature. He dwells ous farmer of Robertson hibition. Trils is a harsh charge, and one at great length upon the tariff, which he hanged herself Tuesday morning in a fit ninga base ball college. It is prepared to that ought not to be made unless it is true. Her father shot and killed endow the institution on a safe basis, and makeB (he leading national question, but of insanity. For tho credit of our sister commonwealth himself; her mother hanged herself, and a when $300,000 shall have ben raised, the we wish Hut It develops nothing original. were not Irue. But it is sister is in the Asylum for the Insane at halls will be thrown open for pupils to re- true and the evidence of its truth is, a lax, Falcon has a long, bitter letter in the NtBhville. ceive a thorough theoretical education in only loo nbundant. The drug store has be A Boston policeman named Kendall the noble game. Louisville Times upon Brother Barnee, for The faculty as already come a saloon and the drug cterk a barwhich there seems no warrant or occasion. has lowed the record for fools and cranks blocked out is as follow': President, Tim-oth- tender, while the druggist's statements, He is always an entertaining writer, no by successfully swimming the Whirlpool Murphy, L. L. D.; vice president, Se-n- which are filed in every probate judge's ofmatter what subject he selects, but we Rapids at Niagara. He used no appliance Marcellus Chiles; professor of mental fice to the number of thousands upon thousthink he could employ his time and talents beyond a common It was and moral base ball, John Masonheimer; ands, aro tbe veriest tissue of lie ever de better than by writing illy of a man, who in an eflort of this kindthat tho celebrated professor of short stops, Louis Cohn; pro- posited among tbe archives of the commonis spending his whole time to help sinners profeBsorcf natation, Cpt. Webb, Iwt his fessor of pure and applied base ball, Dr. wealth. WILL MCDONALD WATERS', Satetinaa. to salvation and improve the condition of life. WATUIS A NEAHEV James F. Zimmerman; professor of natural Not only is prohibition n failure in Kan-siGlvi-nolmankind. Governor Gray, of Indiana, ha issued and physical base ball, Count Harreo but it is fast reducing politics in that professor of muffs and fielding, John State to a chaotic condition. The prohibiIn 1SS1, Gen. Wadswortb, the best and a proclamation calling attention to nve most popular republican in the district, lynchinge in the State, and offers a reward Morgan Hackney; principal of preparatory tionists are not satisfied with the republiwas elected to Congress in the 9:h Ken- of S1,000 for the arrest and conviction of department, Andrew 8licber Mills, A. M. cans and the republicans have grown extucky by the slender majority of 102, over any one engaged in them. Tbe governor During vacation and when not occupied ceedingly tired of the prohibitionists. The an almoot unknown democrat. The" Gen- oflars the reward more in the hope of de- with the active duties of his chair, Dr. latter insist that everything shall be suberal has declined to run again, and if the terring further violence than in securing Zimmerman will travel in foreign coun-ine- servient to their fanaticism. They are die OXALI1S IH lecture on the game and apply the tatorial and despotic and are as hungry for democrats can't find a man that orn beat convictions for those to which he refers. United States Marshal, Capt. Jack cash so collected to Bwell the endowment office as any other son of of a republicsn,they the veriest demogogue that ever Drugs, Books, Stationery and -$&-- & Gross, has resigned because of a disagree- fund. All the eigne for the new enterprise bowled himself hoarse deserve always to be represented by one. upon the hustFancy Articles. ment with Judge Birr over the former's are auspicious and the projectors trust ere ings. Dn. John D. Woods, may hi tribe in- course in dealing with the moonshiners of We wnnt nothing of this sort In Missou rhjilcUn,' pjncriptlom acruratily compouDdisi, the frot comes to see tbe college in full crease, is again editor of the Frankfort tbe Ewtern Kentucky. The Judge formed Alio ri neither prohibition nor the train of operation. Capital, the Hon. George V. Trlplett hay. the opinion that the Marshal was too vigievils that follow in its wake. We believe (Advertisement.) ing retired and returned lo Oweneboro, and lant in arresting and bringing in the vioour citizens are worthy of being intrusted THEPR0HI3ITI0N CRUSADE. the long pent up mine of wit and wisdom lators of the revenue laws and in expresswith tbe full exercise and enjoyment of will again corusticate. By the way, why ing himself. The Marshal differed, and The question of prohibition is lobe voted every inalienable right, and that when it The Largest Stock of Watches, Olonka, is it, doctor, that your paper never reacies Jewelry and Silverware upon by the people of Lincoln county on comes to moral reforms they are amenable thus they split and had a spat. here till Tueiday after its publication on Wo. Plummer, of Petersburg, V., the 11th of September. Those favoring it to the beat influences of the press, the pul- Ersr bought to ihl market rile Lowor than Saturday? the Low, it Watihw, Clocki and Jewelry Ke- and Mrs. Virginia Edmunds, of New York, have become bo intemperate in their advo pit, thoechool and the home. palred on aboil nolle and Warranted. Phof. Hootiko SriKEB, or an individ- who had been engaged many years, met at cacy of it, so reckless in statement of facts, If intemperance is ever eradica'ed, these X) I Willi IB ual of some such & name, makes the start- Chattanooga for tbe purpose of being mar and souniusl and unfair In assailing those ate the agences and the forces that will especially those interested di accomplish it, and not legislative ling statement that at the present rate of ried. As they stood before the minister opposed toil, enact wear, the cliff over which the water pours Ihe lady obeerved that Plummer was rectly or indirectly in tbe trade, that H nos ments or prohibitory amendments. at Niagara will haye worn perfectly flit in drunk, whereupon she took tho marriage becomo necessary to break the silence It is beca'jse we believe prohibition to be 2,200 years. Persons intending to visit the licenso from the minister, and throwing it which tho opponents of the nicisure have wrong and hnve no faith whatever in it as wonder should theroforo hurry up or they in her intended husband's face, declined to imposed upon themselves, and to let our a eaten' to the accomplishment of the end may tnisa the show. marry him, and shortly afterward left for people know that there are excellent rea- desired, that we oppjse it sb undemocratic New York. sons why It should not be voted in this and invssiveof the highest rights of the The Couricr'Journal of Wednesday con Senator Ken na, who Is Chairman of county. Therefore this column of this pa- citizen. Vernon Counly (Mo) Democrat. tained a six column eulogistic sketch of the Democratic Congressional Committee, per has been engaged, that through it the the late Gov. Tildea by Hon. Henry Wo know a fine old prohibitionist who may be heard. which exceeds in point of literary says: "Wc bava not taken a dollar from onnonents of prohibition against the hasoneor two birrels of Applo Jacic laid excellence anything in that line we have any Government official or employe, tho' Proper communications arguing up. He had it made, but he don't sell it. this ever read, and shows that mentally ''Rich- thousands of dollars have been tendered proportion will bo published in He drinks it himself. official sources. After the publica from ard" la more than bimsolf again. He pours it out from his little brown Jug, tion of our pecuniary embarrassment wsb We want it distinctly understood mm And be nils to bis bumpjr'i brim, The democrats are going to make a spe- made tbero was a generous movement on we bear no hostility to temperance. We And the bead that flaya on tbe faced that cial effort to carry Maine this year, with a the put of democratic officials -ein all things, and mug, ntirely advocate temperance fighting chance of doing so, in which event voluntary -t- o relieve us, Is a 1 autlCul tight to blru , oppoae prohibition which is inbat wa declined therefore Ho lliTors it, too, Crura hta garden sail, to Mr. Blaine's hope all each offers. One of tbe officials it will give a good-byWKARE-OT- , said lo temperance of tbe very worst type. And be knows where tbe best mint grows, for a re nomination for Ihe Presidency in me: I want a copy of prohibition orators your text book, A Challenge.-T- he And tin sprig thereof tbat ho etlcka Iu b's 1888. glau and here's one hundred dollars to piy lor are Bneaking nround and telling the people Sinslls glorious tobli nose. Between Saule Smith and Charley it' I took only one dollur and put Lla that the opposition are afraid to meet them Hour be siuackn h lips aa bo takes bis drink, Moore, Brother Barnes teema to be on that name on the list for a copy of (he book. in a publio debate. ThI is In keeping with Elghtoon Professors and Instructors. . Which gleams In bis glad Jenod ere, narrow stretch of land, supposed to bs lo- Wedo not intend to have any comments the general conduct of these fanatics. To As bo says to you with a knowing wink, Mechanical, Scientific, Englneerlng.Classlcal, Normal School, IVhat a sly old coon am I' cated between tho dovil and the iron or criticisms to the effect that we have tax- show them that they are mlstiken.we pro- Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. works. And then he gee to tho prohibition ed so wo decline all money poeo that if they will but let It bo known COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. the Great Southern Expo- from them except for the purchato of text- through this office that a public discussion meeting nt Goshen church and eingi a Pall term begins Hcpt. For Catalogue nrnl other Information 8t!i, I88J. , sition 8pn nt L)uii)tiHe li. .1 it. f.f.ijt.r Adilreaa JAMJJS ZC, I'ATTIJRBOK, IMt. U book nt a dollar per copy." " of their prwjv. . exIu;;toii, Kentucky. mMEIIuNb Inltriorlouriral Tue Virginia democrats seem unabie Elitor Cutting has bosn released by can bs accommodated. they to say? is not satis- Now what haye I BL uAi-Torc- , GROCER, v MAIN & SOMEESET STS. Stanfoi-cl- , Ky. out.-l'I'tsin- -- FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS e MOWING BUM ES s brier scythe s FLAVORING EXTRACTS! SEVERAL GRADES OP SUGAR way-bill- s Tlio Best Goods at the Lowest Prices WATERSiWEAREN 0 03E3 :. S C3WF. Ja "t 1 y or er. s, i; s, PHARMACISTS, n Jm3 JEWELERS. i """ Wall Paper, Furniture, VVat-terso- col-um- u. Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. 4 Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. e B. K. STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY office-holder- XI t E Sui-cckIjatcrioroH(nl WATFR8 & WnAREN keep thu best Xno RELIGIOUS. CRAB ORCHARD, ol cigars in town. -- LINCOLN COUNTt, - n Stanford, Ky., Mi' B. O. WALTON, - UUBlnoaa Managor. Wanted August 27, 1886 Mrs. J. E Portman, Pictures fur tlie uxt -- Pupils in music. 10 days Apply to at half the usual price i at Schafler's. A Did delegation will no from hare to the Governor'- - Ball at Crib 0 .chard I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train tpilis NorthMouth - Kmtraln"" " .... - 8011th Norn........ U calculi toJ on ilanJard Hue. doltr tat It 4 boat 30 minute lnut, Thfto ...1111,11, ... .....IJIBr. IUmi m 1ik.u TitEiin will bo n temperance ineutinj nt which will be mldreved by seyeral good speakers. Bright' School houo Fouutu:n shares of Farmeri Btnk stock and five city of Stanford bond (one repaired on hor hundred dollars) will be sold court day. Watchm ami notice anil warranted br Penny A McAII I. M. Dunn's One farm of 200 acres, sitr. uated near Bryantsvillo, will be sold at BUY the lias Ho? lteruedr, the orlgl uil audonlt gen ulne, from I'tanj &McAl public auction on Thursday Sipt. O.h. -- 0C NOTICES. J.iry Hter. A OOMPLKTK tjle. llockford nr A MoAiister. wMchw PERSONAL. Mn. W. stock of Jewelry, lattit The Grist Mill nt the Factory is presttecUlty. Pen- - pared to do custom grinding and solicits the patronage of those having work in Uiat " line. B. Mattingly. iiii.- -i ma m ITO 'f& T The Colored Fair. T. C. Lynn, president, ii progressing finely in the woods nf rlfliloK L.IU Wilson. Mr. A. P. van de Today ilns.J. B. Myhm, of Uermintown, close the exhibition, Water. we hops will when the is with re I ill re hire. white brethren will assiit by attending in Mr. J. J. Williams aod hod, John, large numbers of Ml. Vernon, were hire TMtsrds George Moore, who has been evading MifsAouiR Lkiiman, of CInclonili, arretl since lsst Circuit Court, did the senBurnilde. it the Kueit of MIm sible thing by coming to town Wednesday Miffl Suiie Payne, of KlUibtiMown, and surrendering to Sheriff Menefce. There It with the Oritur, this county. Mil Sasikoiid Krwin hn been ire against him five cues for carrying concealed weapons, two for breach of the spending a few da at Dripping Springs. Mn. 0. V. Qattoh, who baa been peace and one for treipas?. He gave bond is able to be out and was released. down with the fs-gain. A large number of the young folks of Mub 8AHIIA I'niNiKUTcn 5 bick from town joined the guests at Hale' Well Crab Orchard Spring, entirely restored to Wednesday night and had a jolly, old health. fashioned dance, the music being furnished Mr J. It . Waiirem retnWd from by the Stanford Orchestra. Refreshments Clertland, 0., yesterday and the old (jen were icryed and Mrs. Spoonamore receiv. UcRiin ii happy. ed a vote of thanks for the excellent manMrs. Mamie Dunn, of Garrard, ner in which they were prepared. Trailing her parent, Mr. and Mi. John Badly Hurt. Squire M. B. Bulla M. Mcllobert. Jr. ilia Kentucky friend will regret to came to town yesterday for a doctor to attend James Hill, a ion of J. C. Hill, who hear that Judge Durham ii tick at hi was found in the woods unable to move in Watbiogton. McreR. M. L. Wakefield and and unconscious Ho was cutting down a George W, Field, of Dloomtngton, III., are tree and it is supposed that it fell upon him, though he was lying aome 30 fesl t!i1 here on a buain Mn. James E Urandon, the my from it. It ii thought that he is internal clersr reprtsenUtire nf How. Rabbin A ly Injured. Co , Cincinnati, wa here yetterday. It I reported that a singular monster Mn. Prnnv McIIoiieiith, ofTenoettee has been seen disporting itself in Rickcaa-ti- e and hi daughter, Mix Mary, of DmtIIIp, river, and it is discribed at length in are gneU at Kit. 8. S. McKoberls'. the Louisville lima, which says "it is of Gen. Jno. Rodman, who it uniTeml colonial tits, reaching from bank to ly lored and admired in thU section, pat bank and of great length." Col. Welch ed to Crab Orchard Spring yetterday explains that the reporter i mora sc&rtd Miw Kuwadk UErzLEV has returned, than hurt, and that the phenomenon was after a pnjourn of three week with nothing more nor less than a certain Eag- Mt. m .Miirpuy and otber Irlcniit near llth Major, of giant a'ze, taking hi diurTurnersrillr. nal btth. Mrs. J. E. Kauiih and children, Mte At HoMr.Mr. and Mrs. John B!ain Kate Hay and MIm Aim, MIm Utile moved to their handsome new residence on Karri, Mr. J. E Bruce, John Farrls, Mr the Danville pike Tuerday and Mr. Blain Tower and MIm Ilatlie 1'owtra are at tell u he is at his own home now Hale' Well. first time in 30 years; all the inter Mrs Mary Daniel, of Charlotte, X. for the val having been rpent in hotels and board G, and Mi'ie Maggie Currer and Nellie ing houses. The houre is one of the neat Ya.nl!, of Lincatter, hare been guest of t and tastiest in thi section and the two Mr. 8. P. Btagg. arc very proud of it. Mr. W. G. Riney Mm. TrxiB Woodson, who bai been wa contractor and builder and did his at Crtb Orchard Spring for a couple of work up to specification in every p vrtlc month, teturned to LoulsTille yrsterdir. uiar. Her daughter, Mir Maud Woodson, will The Interior of the College building has remain up till Saturday. Mrs John Duley, a very bandsome undergone so many improvements rind lady from Maysrille, and MIm Willie K changes thst the teachers and scholars who Oonyer, it ttriking beauty of Atlanta, Ga., were here last year will hardly know the Jennie Buclunac, institution on their return, while the newreturned with Mi comers will be both surpriied and gratified 'I'll fc J ay frutn the formei city. Mr. BrN Givcns, n faithful patron of at their surroundings. The cupenler, the the carpet dealthi paper, wan in to aeo in tin week. He painter, the paper-hangha fully recovered from his fall, but wa er and the furniture man havo all taken a limping from the etlect of n ninibcd foot. hand and nude the dingy walls nnd dreary The old gentleman it considerably over rooms to blossom almost in beauty. A threescore and ten, but i still actiro and semi circular walk for the young ladies to exercise upon, when it does riot suit for a can read a eaally a ever. Cait. Franic IIahms, wife and Al teacher to accompany them on a stroll, has bert returned home Wednesday, after sev also been provided, midway between the eral weeks' visit to Chilllcothe and Mar building and the street. The trustees deietta, Ooio, where the latter taw hi serve praise for not neglecting the improvefor the first time. ments longer and .Prof. Paxton is much gratified to be ablo to present an establishMessrs. Jamra C. Florence, Matt Wood son and Joe Klce have been "holdirg ment pleasing in all its details. The school down" the dispatcher' office very satisfac- opens next Wednesday, with a prospect of a large number of boarder, besides the ustorily in the amence of their chief. The Girl Orator. JudoeandMbs. J. M. PjiiLire left ual number of pupils from the vicinity, The people of Lincoln are cow having yesterday to mako their home in Ktnsas The store of D. Klass wis crowded with the pleasure of bearing Mrs. Lula Adams City. The Judge Ms accepted n position his patron Wednesday afternoon to witness Niold, of Altsmont, Ky. Mrs. Nield is inCommtr-cla- l in the law dapartment of Dan' the drawing for the buggy and the sewing deed the "girl orator." Small of statue Agency and hits a much better prosmachine, which ho had adyertised to give and only about 24 years of age, she appears pect tlun could bj expected by a member away on that day. A committee of three a mere girl in the pulpit. When she speaks, of hi provision here. Oar citizsns repersons who held no tickets, J.B.Owens, however, any preconceived idea of puerill gret that they have found it to their inter A. A. McKioney and W. P. Walton, con- ty quicklv vanishca Sbe gratpi her sub. rnt to move, for they have long bon of us, ducted the drawin?, which was absolutely ject with the strongth of mature manhood, but they carry with them the best wishes fair in every particular. Between 1,000 and ineslstablc, logical arguments characfor their health and prosperity. and 5,000 tickets had been given away to terize every discourse. ITer voice is as LOCAL MATTERS. customers, each dollar's worth purchased iweet as zephyrs among roses; ber manner eititllng them to ono ticket, Duplicate Get Waters & Wcaren's prices on sugars of the numbers sold were placed in a box, is modest and retiring, and yet so bold in " defense of truth that all who hear her go and coffees. thoroughly shaken up and a hole out in away deeply impressed. Last Sunday Waters & Weahen handlo the belt the top, through which Carroll Portman she spoko of woman's mission, when " thrust his band and drew ticket 2,451 for she declared she wanted no higher sphere brands of flaur. the buygv and 1,131 for the eewin? ma The wife of R. C. Harris has preiented chine. There was consider ible shuflling of than that of wife and mother; sho did not want the rostrum, nay, she instinctively him with n Gne air). tickets by the holders, but tbo lucky num-btr- s shrunk from ii; only stern duty called her were held by none In tbo crowd, tho' Bix building lots for sale between Stanto leave her children and home and bear tbero were tickets all around them. The Rowland. H. J. Darat. ford and the gazs of tho public. When she looked vehicle and the machine awaits their owner, at ber own helpless infant and her two handling the 8ewino Maciiines. I am so examico your numbers and see If you Eclipse, White. Sinjor and Domestlo Sew- are one of the fortunato Individuals, La motherless baby nirccs; when she with proing Machine?. Call and seo them. Peter ter. Mrs. Era Elmore, of Rowland, came phetic ken saw them wedded to beastly husbands, duty compelled her to stand Hamton, up yesterday with ticket and took forth and plead for such helpless beings. The Seminary, Porf. Abner Rogerr, the machine home with her. 'Give us," she said, "give us protection; prlnclpsl, opened Wednesday with 17 lawr," give us our boys and our son-iMARRIAGES. pupil, but the number will no doubt run There was hardly a dry eye in that crowdDr. and Mrs. II. H. Grant, who was up to 30 or 10. ed auerably, People go for miles to hear W, F. Ows B. 8ai.k. 10 hives of beea nt $2 50 MIsi Leila, daughter of Judge For her. ley, of Bjrksville, aftor .an extensive eaob, also nil kinds of farmtne Implement. A New Hampshire chap who wanted lo . tour, havo returned to Louisville and takAm going West oon. All for rale cheap.-Wbreak oil tho engagement to another fellow en roonia at the Alexander Hotel, where 2t. II. Birtleaon. of the girl he loved didn't try to persuade they will be pleased to see their friends. received a either that tho other was false, but just conOwslf.yA Craio hovo just From March 1th, 1789, to June COth, trived to get them to join tho same church lino of fall calicos, elng very handsome lo a full nnortment ofilo- - 1882, publio improvements coat this coun- - choir, and In lew than a woik they didn't bams, Ac. F Down, of LiulsTille, is j Eld.C. P. Williamson is holding a meeting at Burglu, Mercer county. Rev. O. II. Rout agisted by Dr. Guer-ran- t, has had a sucoesiful meeting at Orlers Creek church, in Woodford," closing with 22 additions Rev. Dr. A. C Graves closed a series of meetings at North Rolling Fork Baptist Biplist church with 11 addition), of whom 8 wire baptizid on that day. Lebinon Standard. Rev. Junta K Btecher, a brother of ILenry Ward Ihecher, shot and killed himself Wednesday at Elmyra, 27. Y, He had been suffering with seytro mental troubles for a number of years. Brotuer Barnes is holding forth to large crowds in Woodland Park, Lexing-ingto- n Yesterdny he annointcd for blindness a man, who has not eein a wink for 18 years, and he hslill blind. Rev. J. H. Young, in Central Mtthoditt, says: "All preacherc who desire to bring their wives with them to Conference, must communicate immediately with him at Winchester. Any who fail to obierve this notice will find it necessary to go to a ho tel, as we are making no provision for chance visitors. Write, and we will inform you if we can entertain your wives." Mrs. II. I,. will for the nt xi two weeks sell sny or all of her millinery str k at cost. It will greatly obligo ber II all those indebted lu htr will call in tho si me 6rgr XX "P K I OUTHEHIf ! IXP oaiTii -, i zt. lime and settle Aug. 17-- 4 OARRARD COUNTt DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. weight abjut For Salf 100 good feeding hogr, 150. J. W. Miller, Lmcni-te- r. DIj Mls er, 1 p!rnt er, her Mr. R II. Tomllnson, a prominent attorney of this place, has been lendercd the position if register of Land Office Ur Kansas at h salary $1200. Ho will not LOUISVILLE, KY (75 Acres under one roof,) accept Judge Morrow has not yet appointed -his Master Corumistloi er for Uarmrd. tlPAJvrjr YiiLAOE.Fnor. mnirs xatcxaz bistort collection, tiib jlrt 4mso R. A. Burueide and Geo. Denny, 8r., are OF aETTrSHUIia.-DAitROS- CU ORCnESTRA.-QAPP- A'S 7LVi? applicants, with the chances in favr o! 'IRE WORKS, and ovor Ono Thousand OTHER HEW FEATiHES. the firtt named gentleman, The Garrard County Teachers' Asc Jn elation is In session at the College this wtiK, wiin i'rof. C. A. Leonard, of Rich-monconductor. Twenty nine county MKltCJUAVJ' TAIJLlMC. teachers are in attendance. -- Mr Pleas Hardin, who was injured in a saw-miexplosion last spring, dird a t baTertcclTed and still reteiTiu few days ago from the wounds received, Mr. Allan Burton Long, a respected cltl-ze- n of Upper Garrard, died the night of the LAUD. STOCK AMD CROP 221, aged 40 years. Coinprl-ln- g the bctt In th mtrk.t. wblcb will t Mrs. E. D. Potts, of Brooklyn, N Y.( B. G. Gover bought five aged mules at is a guest of Mr. James A, Anderson, Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to None m City or $50 to $112 60. Country. No. 1 breeding ewes Judge George Denny snd family, of LexFor Sale.-SO- O Giro Mo a Trlnl. ington, are visiting friends in town. Mies A. r. Nunnelley. Heed Rye- .- 100 bushels for eale. W. Emily Llvlngiton, of Orlando, FIs., was a guest of Mr A. II. Rice. Rev. W. O A. Hamilton, McKinney, Ky. C. T. Sandidge aold to Qffiley & Ray, Gocdloe is visiting In Dinville, III. of Burksville, bis fine gray saddle gelding Court Notes Cmmonwlih vs for $375. Harrison Burnam, for selling Hqur.r withWill Hays bought of different partus out lictnte, fined $00; same against Mike hogs at Hurt, disturblcg religious worship, fined in this county, 100 head of 150-l4 cents. $25; same tgaintt same, trespass. $10: same DEALER IN Wheat has gone up to 80 cents in against James Wails, concealed wespont-- , delivery, and our deal- $100 and 10 days; same against Wm. DunChicago, September er are now paying 70 cents. can, unlawful shooting Gned $100; George R. F. Adair and W. P. Ardery sold to Ducn, colorrd, was a lunatic and Geo. Becker, 25 fat cattle, extra nice ones, after the verdict w read had a fit for the Bourbon News. at JJ cents. edification of the court. El Clark, who B. F.Cloud bought Monday for Penn- was caught stealing fbur from the mill of sylvania parties 17 mules at prices ranging Geo. Denny & Co., was acquitted on a deWinIng from $100 to $182 per head. fect in the indictment. chester Democrat. The first locomotive engine that eyer The ctttle market Is dull In Louisyille pulled a train of pi,engr car over a railat -- j to 1 common to be1; bogs are steady way was named Locomotion. It pulled at 3 to 4.85; fat sheep and lambs are both the firal naaseneer train n- -r ,!. R.n.i.n- in demand, the former at 3J; the latter at & Dirlington R.llway8pt 27 1825, This u. In Woodford county John Givens engine is mourned on a pedestal in front of the railway ution nt DirPnton, Etg-lan- W. B. McKINNEV, sold to Louis Fisher 100 bsrrels of old al'ien. JOUN BKIUIIT, ) corn In the crib at $2.25 per barrel. John Welsh sold to L. Broadhead 10,000 bush NEW els of oats at 35 cents. B, F. Robinson bought 100 hogs to be Lehman delivered Oct. 1Mb, at $350. Bros , bought of Robert Collier, two carloads of New York cattle, weighing about Ali rtnom baring claims agaloit J. N. RBy. 1.050 pounds, at 1 cents. Aleo two car Dealer v all klni .( no t!i, died., will pre-e-nt them to mo Immediateloads from Colby Jenkins at 4. cents. ly, properly proien. JOHX3I. 11 AIL, Lancaster News. l82'n Btanford. Ky, A Canada bee keeper uses chloro form instead of tobacco in managing his bees. He finds It a very valuable aid iu removing WHOLESALE old q'leens or in introducing new ones. These operations are teiy perplexing to a & novice, but a few whifl of chloroform 22 Wilt fcVio Street, blown into tie biro enable them to be X- KBFFALO, X. Y. perlormcd without difficulty. Figures show that the cornfields of the Hlghut caih pile paid fcr White United States caver a territorv as large a Alb, Utd Hlrch. Cherry, Poplar. Aih.Rlick Uutlernut England, Scotland nud Belgium united, tered Wblte ami Red ok and Sycamore. while the grain fields surpass Spain in ter Southern Acsnt, ritoria! extent. Tho acreage of our firm 153 It SUnfurJ.Ky. lards under cultivation is equal 'in extent to all the United Kingdom of Great Brit ! ain and Ireland, France, Belgium, 'Portugal, Germany and Austrc-Hungarliill".!11, rrI".,elX my farm of 82 acre, ,au Lancaster pike, Winchester Court. Good crowd In ford, In a good neigh Borhood.yt It hat upon gtan It a lown. Ben Cloud bought for Cirithera & floe dwelling home containing 8 roomt; cit- V !erM.l,hoJJoori Booa ,,arn 3 "11 Co., of Fayette, 5 aged mules at prices four n.m falling .pringt on the We, abundance ranging from $100 lo $105; 75 head were affording anrepair. 53 of itock water.gra"; good SDRKKVN.- acres well aetln In cultivation, Terms eaiy. 100 suckling mules were offered; oflered. &Man give n September only a few sales, at prices ranging from and crop now on 20, ISM. W 111 alto tell the stock the l.rm. Applr to tASTEKSOX 1'KYTOX. $$0 to $G5. There were about 300 cattle lw'r Stanford, Ky. on the market; the sales were few and at heifers low figures. CO head of 850-l- b. ('mil, Imtithm. Kit1. Grain, IVnul. Sceilr, were sold at $2 00 per cwt. R. E. Pace bought of John W. Allan 30 head of cattle, averaging 1,275 pounds; average price, LAND, STOCK & CROP. Sun. 3 07J . . I will ay no a nt mihllA lA . i.. t.ii '"' "'Baesl .ulu" derontheprimUeaon i.'jHitvon?Aj fviMrn..o,riw83. i I TIOX.-XAT- TLE ll New Goods for Spring and Summer, H- O. DRXJ.PX.E'Y. Wi a. iiHa;rs. ments, Hardware, Farming Imple- Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, ISlevatora,, JPtiixip. Older lills5 &c. SfOTICJE! WE HREN & MfflEfEt G. 33LIAS & BRO. TIMBER LUMBER, Favminglmplementis and ALichiii ery, In ffX JFarm Por Sale y. &m BosgleSf Uasztases Wagctis, Pil, Spring Wagons, 3up2i Boards, Parnx '. PUBLIC SALE -- Thursday, September 9, 18S0. county, 8 . . A HrwnfalllA An iuo uu rimer b rom Turnpike. The It lu a high Hate of cultivation and It Terr dettrab'e property. Tho y a dwelling, con- tide and outilde. with all ncctsary outbuildings, inl!f .. Wftftt "-'.:nf "' two-ttor- M'ROBERTS, DKALH-- , I ?iii?.2wc J I,IUIU .! "J. n ' 0 uarrarn Acre of & ST AGG, Stanford, &y.v vxutcul liiHlrueiiuu. Pocket Liquor Clcurs. jenltnce nccesiary on a first-el- I have alto the following stock: Beren WJues. IVitll PniMsr, DrnRH, . fum and f'tlv.a a if..nr....i ftuoksi, unouiiwiiK, heifer, 0 long yarllng iteert, 2 yearling ttefrs.6 Mtt.lionery, Palntw, 0111 inorougnnrcd t Tttbiu-i'o- . HempH, helfert, 1 """ thoroughbred bull.$u ttock (Uillury, OIIh, 1ft ,nwl nn.l ..!. -- -! I llO?l. .ii ihoilts. . daiii mare ArtitN, ,"- Much In utniH, uiule, 1 teren. year old mare by Ed. Kimblo, I A'tXMlle. i ouggy mare. 1 Uooas Ofimrtiintit In lu Chareo ofCal J.ycar uld b ck mare by Drennon, and 1 yearling Oar JcwelrT, SlUprwaro and fptlcal " " "' 1 u'u luipiemruit, mere aro . Tlios. IJ'cliards, who will Kcpalr natclitttntml nnckB proiaiiUj and In tho beat Chimnlnn mnwikr. hmv r. Bradler Cultivator, 2 Oliver' Chilled plowt, Ac. style. Alto 1 horse and buggy, AliolOncres of corn lu trie (If Id, a lot of oatt and bay and a tuull tract of rphuni. T. r jjs male knjwa ou day ol talc. alo TO --c3 -without reserve. . nrjyv 1 Knousir, Auctioneer. T. loj.st o- -. iitu.c pond. farm. On tho anu agood ttock Opera House Block, ";r ." Men-er&il- A Perfumery, Fire 1 oi,. j, o4aas ff"?? ft miiwhiihmimT Sii p STANFORD SEMINARY. s-- Hf52 ii 14 STASFOI..), KY. Thencit iceilon begini 7"t ip Br ll ft fcS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 1SSU. It It Important for all pupil to bo prennt at the optniugoftbe txwilou. At It imposes additional hlior upon the Tercber for tludents to come Into claiset alter the work ol thsvearltbo- no deduction will be made for auy absence unngthe lit month. Nopuplli wanted but thoio who will ttudy, and will obey thu iluniB rule olthoicbool, No patroot wanted but thoso ho will with the Principal In the iduoatlon and gov ernmont of their children, and will pjy him fur Mi work. Patrons are requested not to ttk for a reduction ol tuition. At there aro thesn In every community who ttem to think that Teachers detsrvo no pay lor their work, tuition all ttoiv Uttil Home old juiiiIIh til it r Uu jmiti in ml. retiree. An militant will bo employed vrhcu It becomes nccetwrv to hare ore 18l-- l A ItMil: JtUGFAtS, rrlnclpol e O W O 1 W - UcdmSb e i"s.w;s.ootT O a3 2 rr- - cl P ktmml pi - for rj-fcI LUK.t- -t ok . ' tpotk. r tOt k!. ?? i- lb O to O Cl I 1 wot Ifac wn )H t ll0 II ' - mm K I d iQ TIic Best Mm MM Waterproof Ek E1 W'tn B . w Wi Kaai wjtfrr.Tonf. ' ' A Wi L Coat, - ---v- ; ., fcV r" ThPtft1tTlltiNnSMrrTCllI t I, l liii- - T tnt v w'' t Vp Too "' dry to 1 '" C Ui-- Si i iiiliuiwll HMff" u Sbu-SEttrhln Interior loanral THE WILD ROSE'S INVITATION. THE COUXTJIY KDITOH. HIS INFLUENCE STRONG AND CON sVaNT FOR HIS TOWN'S GOOD. A Ms" Whoio mtml Is Never PERILS OF BICYCLING. THE RURAL DOG'S NATURAL ANTIPATHY TO THE WHEELMAN. Clasp mix. O south wind, nbout with thine arms; I.ore mo with ULsscs Hint hide In thy lips; Cafe on thy throbbing heart, vhIIvI by Uie Ixilms, aQYM SEtM jblMsirclil HIchMl IM WORLD A roR Business Fdncatlon. Tim Love's longing tenderness over m iep. fining me and sway m and tendrj- - iiK', Fan my folnt lips with thy life glvtai; breiUh; Kept from tho nectar thy kl&vs will brlug I must surrender my beauty to death. Oillici "fii&'U-K"-" Medal n ih HhK'i KiwiiiM,iof snttm Hs.er aad 014 at Kelt, Tlioao Who TnUo Suimncr Jaunts Study-ta- g Up On tlio Dog Problem A Narrow INcinc Virtue of Cn enno l'op- per Tliu Hanger. Lingering, loitering, why do you wnlf I am ns fair and ss fond as of yore. Ha3ten, I pray, for tho day groweth late; Twilight's sott shadows creep ruuJ me once Brooklyn Magazine. more. A TYPE-SETTIN- Q An export bicyclist, who lias mado long trips In tlio rountry, gave it reporter somo pQusts nbout tlio dangers encountered. Bald ho: "It is mora dangerous to rldo along a country road on n bicycle than on a horse. Tlio rural dog has n natural bora antipathy to the wheelman, and never foils to attack him. Horselack riders enn elndo tho attempts of the dogs to bito them by galloping away Then, too, tlio horo can kick n ilog ,to"dnth or wound htm fearfully. Tho wheel-ma- n Is nt a great protecting himself. Ills legs aro just high enough .for tlto ilog to grab ctwily by looping n few feet, and if t lie hicycl lmpiviw to run over n dog, tho rider b thmwn and often seriously hurt. Soventl year ago n young man was killed by thrown from his bicyelo vthllo nttnckrsl lry n dag. It is nlino impossible to hit a dog wtlli a shot frtuna jiktol while tiding Tho bicyclist Is in mora dnngeint n rule than tho dog. The pistol got oir too quickly, or th front w lioel wabbles from the fact that only otw linnd is guiding, nnd the mult is tho fiall i liable to go nnywliero save) at tho mark If M?vwnl vvlieelmeii aro together a pistol to shoot at dogs is nothing more or loss than a ileuth trai for one in the party. Fortunately, vv litvJnion lo not make a practice of carrying weapons of nny kind. Those of. m ivs"io mako Mimmer Jaunts are studying up on the lrx problem ami how to repel tho rilsadv-nntnga Ix-ia- MACHINE. 'film jwcnllar construction of n bicycle and its motion lus n tendency to throw n rider in n ourre direction, and hence tho head strikes Tho only way to avoid first Invariably. falling on tho head is to rnlso anus and ward oft" the full force of the fall. Hut for that ti Ick, which all experienced wheelmcR know nnd praetioevtlierp would lo more fatal accidents repoited, enough to almost discourage lexers of tlio oxen-ise- . That is why w o twirl the dog, not so much on account of lib bito, Iwt from fear of Mug tumbled . headlong from our high lth Description of Its Opcrntlon A Vriutlcnl Teat Tlio ltcsult. A largo number of peoplo visited Colts armory tho otlicr day to vvltnettt tlio operation of tho machluo liivental and riorelped by Mr. Joseph Tliorn, which sets nnd diatrMmtcs tyjxi at a great pace, and w hich has lind a practical tost of more than n year in Iveiv Turk whero severnl havo been stcadtty In ue during Uint time. Tho machiuo looks liko rvwHd tower with a keyboard in front nnd tin Ives nt tho side. The operator play on theWeys, nnd typo Is carried out to a trough niad on to the of metal shelf where the procession of pi is cut nt intervals each eorroponding to tho length of it line. Hero another oier.itor justifies tho matter, tlwt Is, takes ott or puts in spaces to make thewonls come nt proper distances from each other nnd tlio tj pe exacton oUitr ly fill the lino, Wlulo this U tyixs Is Iwing distributkl. To uuderstand this it b neojtvsarj to go back to tho upright cylinder first mentioned. This U usile in two parti, one revolving nbovo th )UKr, mid inch having ninety vertical groox t In w hich tho typo rusts. Each groove in tho loner cylinder, which i stationary, hss lldges within it which correspond to tlw projecting tumblers' in a lock, thoso in each groove bsin different from thoM in nny other Each tyjw has oorresiwndlng notchos cut nt it, like wards on n steel key, nnd tho arrangement is such that tho typo falls from tlte upcr revolving cylinder only when its Mitvlies to the wanU in n grooto f tlio lower cyltndei n er which it is passimf. Kow by n ou .! ?.1 &. .. 1.1 . 1. ,. 1 11 pei-eh- A NAIinow ESCAPE. "Wo dread a long down grade; it ii. 'impassible to stop. Frequently the dog springs out on n perilous downhill glide, and embitters the oxirtenco of tlio intrepid ndei. There aro several deaths in v lew in six h n case; liydrophobm trom n bite, n fractured skull from a fall, nnd loing literally toi n to pieces ly tlm dog's fangs if thrown to tlio ground. I one. '.'ved myself trom an infuriated dog by i dashm of cayenne epicr in its eyes , iniil iitiinml rushed up white I was quietly rfcliu,; on n. smooth road, nnd attempted to giab my right side. I forged ahead n tow seconds by a mighty effort, I had no weapon, not even u penknife, and I know that tlw very next leap fiom tho dug might result in a serious wound ierhnps knock mo off the bicycle and chew me into niiuuo merit. In my jacket pocket I had eomo myeiine done up in a small package. (,:iii-- ns thought I drew the package, and, as the dog caught up nnd made a second plunge to luiuifttring me, I threw it with all my power into tho nnlinid's face, Tho thin jwjier inclosing the tapper burst, nnd tho fiery, itching, tickling cayenne filled itsoesnud got up its nose. Such ell ru that ur gao I never heard before. It turned tail and lied, howling in ngony nt overy stwp. I considered tint I had n narrow I a'. thrust into the upper cylinder TVU Ls ypo llnds fast nud hen tho loui-its appropriate groo o in the lower vy Under ItdrojM into it. Then tho one jtrt nbovo it goes through the same ierformanee and then tlio next, and so ou. Thero is an ingenious nrraugkincnt by thich tho tyjw that b set Is got Into n trougli. Tho motion of tho key simply throws them out horizontally. They fall on a round pinto n httlo larger thun the liottom of ho eyliiuler in one of trhoso grooves they liave l)on rest-in- j, nnd its motion throtvs them out against its circnmferoneo tvbare nt certain point theynro shunted Into the trough and go on to their final place. The machine vas vorklng niceJv and ras saiil to set at tlio rate of t,UOJ ems nn hour, 1,000 being fat vork for a mail. A lxxik printed from tyixi set bj the intchiiia was nndwRs certainly h ery crwlltnblo pioco of vork. Hartfoixl Courant. THE PASSION FOR GAMBLING In . Whole Work Is Never Douo Labor Thnt Makes an Editor Old llefore Ills Tlmo Ills Financial Dlnicuttles. Who can adequately describo tho labor of tho country editor vho b dovoted to hb profession! His tvork is ne'er done. His mind b r nt rest. Ho Is constantly on tho alert for material for Ids paper. Ho wears hb ncn-c-s move on the surface, scnsitlro to about him Ho orks whom other peoplo play, and tho luxury of nbsoluto rest, with freedom from worry, is, nlasl all too rarely experienced by him. Do you think it an easy matter to collect soven or eight columns of local news nud to put it in rradnblo shapo tvithln a oekl Do you roalUo thatferalmost every ono of tho hundreds of different statements of facts tho editor has had to walk a considerable distance nnd to mako ittrsonal inquii y I lio you realize that tlw matter thus laboriously collected, bit bybit, when written out, makes mora lines in typo than tho sermons of nny mlnbter In tho comiauuityl Do you ronlizo that tlvo editor's writings would mako n score or more of good sized olumoi overy ear Hut nil the work thus imperfect! described is the least of tlw labors of tho n erngo country editor. How easily, hew joyfully would ho do all this if it rero all ho lmd to do! Ah, frionds, tlie real ork, tho roal auxwty of the countiy whtor nro to the world nn unwritten present, r torturbook, but to him an ing actuality. Soino parts of thb liidtlcn ork re cannot 1lllngly trrito nbout, for tkoyaiMoo painful; but let us glnnco at Tlw country some of the things referred editvrhns to mnuago hts huMnevt. He solicits ndveitisemeuts, nnd spenU hours in the voikof conIncIng men against tlnir wills that it b to their interest to keep tkiir names ami tvnres befow ttio public; ho spends daj-- s nnd days talking with men to induce them to become sulwcriliers nnd slowly builds up a lbt of names for hb paper; ho doubles thb work when it comes to colloctlng the money for his advertisements and his subscriptions, tramping milos and mllen and vrostlng many jircciou hours trying to get hokl of n fow dollirs with v hich to meet obligations that are pressing him, wolf like, and nicking hb mind with perplexity nnd fear. Thut b the work which makes tho country oditor old before lib time, that oftentimes puts him in a humiliating attitude before business men and fills lib lieurt with tho blttemcNi of dnpair. no-co-- IS P0WD 106 Wall M Uwrral Hn.lstM E4 K. oThrtmploreJ. CnlMMBliiMCiira, lailwllnc Tuition, SuilonttranJ Baud, about SO.aatrtliMl.Tp.tTrlil( tnu Titrspir iptcltlllei. m Fot rmat4 SirtffM. HUH, EsUr Sw. Ur4lM eitf all ethci Coll.c, ( HMk.kpti w cIIm. whmj ur4iu ill li lieil. Litacta,Ur. irTO MACKINAC. Summer Tours. Palaoa Steamers. Low Hates. root Trip pee WMk Batwasa DETROIT, MAOKINAO ISUND flt. Xrae. Chaboytaa, AlraaaJtantaTUlt, Oaaoda.sanil suh, roTtHnrsa, Bl. Clair, OaMUaiJ Houm, UarfiM qLtj. Mttrr ffpaital Bandar Trigs daring- Jaly sad Aucviat. OUr? ILLUSTMATCO PAMPHLETC Salts and Bi tuition Tlakata wul tw rantlahad. by jourTlolut Afnt.oradilrM ,, st C, D. WHITCOMB. Qan'l Pan. Agant, Detroit A Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.. - dmltri additta W. K. SMITH, DR. W. B. PENNY, ejtaniord, DENTIST, ICuntitolcy. DETROIT AND CLEVEUND Wk Day Baitriaa " K.soit toS aeouMir. 1 Offlro on Laoctiter Jouxkal offlco. itreet, r. M. AnftlhetlCinJmlulstcrrsl is-lj- door to lata-stof- t Uffice liouia from 8 to 13 A what r.l rstt 0ETHOIT, MICH. Absolutely Pure, titrtet,Kew York W. II.Mtbt.ntt. tlKOS t AtlPKNTUIl. Thin powder nTrTarpt. a maml olparlt), itrcnjth and wholetotucoeat. Mom efonondm than the ordinary kludi, and can not be solo coiupetlton wlihthe niultltudoof low trl .iliort wcljtit a'um or phoaphat powderi. SoMonl la KurLDiKiNo 1'owdi.i anr. Miller ifcC.irpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS srvKdll, Slock LINCOLN l. 10, KV. Hbu-nrat- Be Warned time, Kidney dbcascs mty beprov cnlcd bt iuriflng, renewing, aud Invlgoratliij tho blood vv ith Aycr's Sarsoparilla. When, through debility, tho action of the kidneys Is perverted, these organs rob the blood of Irs needed coustltucnt, albumen, which U liasscd cir in the urine, whllo worn out matter, which they shoulJ carry oil" from the blood, is allowed to remain. By tho use of Aer't Sartaparilla, the kldncvs nro ictorcd to proper action, nud Albuminuria, or Iu OOce.Sesitti (tide Mais Hireet,OTr I'lralNsllon- si Itink. a rnfint, lecludln aomoof the Aneat t. snd Krakltneei. TlmliMn.l Mliuril li..U t.r aala on eummlialen. For fnrllier aitlculait arnd tot printl detcilp-tlo- o of tbla aeetlon and of iirspertlea tor aale K.:m - Vns In Ceo Ira I Renmalr, lnwn Ili M.ATT, LOVINVILIaE. K13NTUCKV Agricultural nnd Mechanical MYERS HOTEL, STAETFtpEtB. KY. E. H. BDRNSIDE, - Propr Title Did and Well - Known Kotol Still Maintains its High Hoputution, -- AMI) FAin faKXIXGTO., AUGUST 31 & - KKXTKOICV. 1. SEPr. 2, 3 AND 4. Brighfs Disease prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparllls abo prevents inflammation of the klJueys, and other disorders of these organ?. Mrs. Jai. W. Weld, Forcit nill St., Jamaica Plain, 31 ah., writes: "I have had a complication of dilates, but my greatest trouble lias beoi vvllh my kidneys. Four bottles of Aycr's Earsaparilh mndd me feel like n itcw iron; a well and strong ss rver.' W. 31. McDonald, 10 Summer St., lloiton, Mus.,had been troubled forjivirs with Kidney ComplniHt. lly the uo of Aver's irapnrillu, he iwt only Is Competltoln ojxullo Ilia World Ut. -- ytT ltacea each day. Ttu fife'rclal tralnaoa all rallrotdi at rtduetd ratca. Firrt Ity fchcrlhorn Cattle Teraea llartlorda. Floral Hall open the Brat day, and will be a lot- urn of I lie JtlJINSToyriTialdtntr MAJOH THOSIA8 L. MIK1I.V Serrelaiy. filr lf. j. !tiIt mff RrlotSr U Drtermlnod that Second to iio Hotel in tho Stato in it Oountrt Fare. Appointment!, or Atten- tfon to Comfort of HIS HELrYCL, INVLVEXcr. And tlie inlluenco of the country editor who can estimate it! It b tho greatest forco In any community. The woi k of tdl the cannot wpinl the hiiluucc of tho country editor. Tlie spoken vvswd will never equal erma-nemwl tlio written ono in elToctiveno value; and all the congregHtioiis in n town cannot equal, iu punibur, the nuditors of tho oditor. Ho sivsaks treekly to thousands of people where tlio ministers talk to hundreds. We bring tlio minister into thb discussion, not to belittle their work, Uit to inntfrt .. . ,...i-... ......... n ivimiuirti!. llidt ..... tirt fl.,...HJ . rlll . cftM..isilli' mm-fste- A Big Offer! To their OueiU. sty rrralitlni iw "arn,, m t,, 0Befad to and from tha it cniril. t.rniror,m,rrla nnfrlil arrommoJatl on to The aU T,.,el,. II laaJi of LUoon and Clisrt tVewlllicedtlie Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal the New York World ona year and a OF THE i "iilucUruMN Faat Lin Prevented the from assuming n fatal form, but was restortd to perfect limiltu. John 3IcI.elliHi, eo' llridge and Third at Low ell, Mm writes: "For several ears I mffered from Dpepln ami Kklney Complaint, the l.tttr being to severt at times that I could scarcely ntleml to wy vvrrk. 3Iv nppetit was poor, ami I was in ich uiiiMlated . but by iidu; se CC3 A.l W Jton(." IU i -- NorijBt. sjan. ' S.ilil to lie on ipor, nj wscaixj. Theodore It. D.nls, the .irtlst, Has just returned from MimiMpolK, wliero he put iu readiness tho panorama of the Atlanta light. "I had no small amount of fun," ho remarkisl to mo the other day, "with ono detail of the Atlanta picture. In one place the artists placed two bales of crtton, from bennd Express. To strengthen tho Uomach, create an hind w hich soldiers w era firing. I took several nppctlto, and remote tho horrible deprcj-t-Io- n l.u in. lies of real cotton nnd gluod them upon Jintirc Kclk'jN Cood Health. and dc'iondcncy which result from tho painted bales, m iking it look as if tho "Pig Iron'' ICelley, of Philadelphia, vas Indigestion, thcro I nothing to ctlVctlvo cotton were bursting out. Tliisi I stood by among the memlters tho havo visited No PUN. Thco Pills contain no as end listened to tho criticism of tta visitors. York recently. lie is sening In his thircalomel or other jiolsonoiu drug, act Thoy said it was roughly painted and teenth congress, nnd ho Ulb me thnt his blood ami they scored tlie artuU tor their directly on tho digctito nud nslnillatltc b leaping through hb eins at n faster into innbilit to paint so simple a thing as a piece organs, and restore health nnd strength to now tlian ut nny other tlmo during tho last of cotton That was alnrnt nn sood as tho tho intlro system. T. P. Hoiint.rtCliostrt fifteen yeais. lie has will ten within a year jokoou Stc Fbkeof Tho HiraM In antu hisltook on McClellan and 0,000 Pa., vrrltes: "I have tM-- Aycr's Pills ords of U'lhini duys. He was up m New Brunswick rcminisconces of Lincoln. Though o'er 70 for the past GO years, and nm Nitlrted ou ijoiiw wild gooMi ihaso ml liecamo years und the oldest man in congixs, in if it I should not hnvo been nlive with a taxidermist, to liom lie joint of sort Ice, Jlr Kelley still works haul had not been for them. They made life a bunlen by lib c4i Isms i Uie andoodtlmiDunlt. But ho isotidently skiwl mnn's woric Hapionlng intn tlie shop oso cixvplng into chlldbh ways, and I am told by day he ca.ight sij,ht or an owl sitting in a peother mumliers that ho has to bo humored. culiar ntiitud on a Innb. 'For gracioui' Judge ICelley ascribes his pren'tit good health takel ox' luini-- d Fbke, 'u ho over saw nn ow I largely to the fact that ho has entirely like that! You ought to Urant Scott! It's stopped the use of tobueco. Forllfty-llvm of Dyspepsia vvhui nil other remiNlIc yearn Ileitliig on tho I.lghtulnt;. ullvoi'he y lied as he held ui hb llngor iimus hocltsucdnud smoked. A cigar was always fulled, and their occasional um) hn.s kept The other enliig, when a stoi m wn at its an luck of skin." Chicago Xuw "ilnmblur." in lib mouth during tho day nud he went to mo In a healthy condition ever alncc." halglt iwul lightning a3 pktjing tn.--j across sleep with a quid between his jaws, Tho ret L. X. Smith, Utlcu, X. Y., vvrll: "I young ltc-.:f neighbor-in- j fin- the I'lopiicMcs. sult wuv that bis b.vstcm U'cnme' saturated the city k ,ky, three into mm lofta of climbed up the have used Ayei'i Pills, for Liver trouble! a teleTlio othor evening a pntrohuau found a ttith nicotine, nnd the side of tho cheek In phone oillce. The switch boards nad annunnnd Indigestion, a good innny vcnr.1, nnd wouiini sitting si im njun which the tcbecco lay nt night liecnmo ciators worn bidug inuuipuhitod by uliublo huvo nhvays found them prompt and next dWi to a marble slvip, and thinkpoisoned and a ooncerous sore was develojiod, loys. Bluo tpail.s jiiiuphig point m ttvulde, ho fflcliit In their netlon." ltlchard XorrN, tttiteh chumxI him great pain. The doctors to point on tho big wrn Iwnrds, fiom scores ing lw niij,ht lie a an Itch nnd nccosted her 'v ith: Lynn, M asj., TrItos : "After much fctifTer-Intold him lie mut stop the use of tobacco. He of drops vero constantly rattling down "An thing wrong, madamr" did so ptrtially, tiling only tho end of n cigar I havo been cured of Djxpcpslu nnd against the muss of the She mine out to him and reptUl-'No- , occasionally. He had the cancerous forma- frames. The boys rob cry bit-- niunmciator Liver trouble pushing up veis sir nothing w rong. I'm waith'g for tion cut out of his cheek, and then gnto up local drops, ond they paid little niteutlon to my huslwnd." tobacco altogether. Ho said It mado him feel tho indicators whlehaioarrnnged 1" "And ho like it new man. Cor. Now York Jew s. on tho fnuit of cabinets supiorted by sowing "Ho is In the marble slion 'lsiiiiuz on a vei-muchino tublos. Theso all down, tomlwtone." Sulildi) Among Trench Children. and tho visitors replaced them and stood tvnit-In- g Ayer' PUN. They havo dono mo moro "And yoii don't want to go in on ncmmit of must be an error In tho Now York There to see them fall again. Nassau street tho gloomy s;irroindliigr good than nny other uicdlclno I havo ever Sun's statement about tho French statistics (NowYoik) wentdotnint tho first Hash, and "Tho gloomy surroundings wouldn't affect taken." John llurdett, Tioy, Iowa, containing uunimu3 suicides umong chlldion before tho sky was again illuminated, Elizama at ull, sir, but I hope Ilaiowwhntlwlongs vvriees : " Tor ncai ly two ears my Hfo forthellrst time Suicides among Now urk, and Pnterson went ratfliwr to the piopnoties. IWa beth, hi Hiero figui lug oji a was rendered mlsenblo by tho horrors of ttcro coininon after tho first revulu- - down. Bprlng street nnd John street fell tomlistouo for hb first wife, who's lieeit dead Tlio criminality aiiioiiz chlldivn ul- -' cimiiHnnmiuiviiiriiir tloiu ..,. ) Dyapepsla. Medlc.il treatment nfTorded thrco years, nnd I presume, you can appre' hided to by Tho Sun n of serious augury for ' and Orange camo tumbling nfter. mo only temporary relief, nnd I becamo ciate, the occasion!" i'liinco simply shows tho Influence of tho When tho droiK wera if placed one of tho reduced In llcsli, and very much debili"Certainly, madam. Sit right down on tho Frnnco-I'nissinwor. In children Insanity young men remarked that the Elizalwtli drop tated. A friend of mine, who had been stairs, and If nny of tlw 1xys Wotlur you I'll shows itself iu immorality and crlnw as a was doing moro falling than nny other drop. similarly nflllctcd, advised mo to try rule. Children lioni dunng the siege of Pai b Each of tho others thought thut a particular raise lumps on their heads." Detroit Free Press. Aycr's Pills. I did no, nnd with tha died of convuMons, beenmo victims of nervon lib tablo would bo first to go down, drop happiest rcMi!t. lly food Mon ceased to ous disposes, demonstrably insane or criminal, and they lxgan to back their opinion with Intoxicated on t'onversntlon. so that among tho French lower classe, ''child dimes. Tho coins wero laid on the dlitresa me, my nppellto returned, nnd I cabinets I am acquainted with a member of the draor mo stege-wan synonym for doomed child, over the favoritedrops, nnd tho backers waited became ni utronnnd well ns ever." w ho fan strict temperance ,, ... matic profession Tho 8uu's statistics Kimtilvilliistmfo dm Infltf. ' natientlv for a n.,i, of Hchtnlnir , . man as fur ns tlio imbibing of firewater b . i . v : :" enco of a serious polltl ami (jo particular w ires and enrich them. Betting concerned. Ho tastes not and hnndles not. not show uny French decadence French was lively for half an hour, nnd It riu nh. Nevertheless, he ls often seen Iu a state of statbtics, Iwiiig r tsallected under tho re J IS lUUk IUU SlllUi t J'UIUU UO IKl on V1I,CS which the suspicious would cer public tlian tho umpire, seem to show do- - j entirely to tho cast of tho ofllcowon nearly tainly sjy was tho result of lotlcing upon tho cadence, roally tho result of aecumcv: and. ' nil of the mnnnv. nmi it. vmi f,t,.i mi 11V .i v ii va tvuitvi nfi...... sSv i i, fH4 U as flic bigoted enemies of the republic have that the storm passed over iu that direction. wine when it was red, or of touching his Up DB. J, C. AYIB & CO., Lowoll, Ukos. to tho tumbler vvhon tho smeM was on tho rye. I control of moat of tho Trench now s gathering, ew orkun. When ho finds himself iu n party of friends For mda by all Dru.Ktt. erroneous deductions nro tho result. J. O. who are p.u taking of Intoxicating Leverages Ivlernan in Clilcago Nows. Marshall Field, tho Chicago mercliant, pays ho drinks nothing but water, but as tho tulk pl,200,000 a ear In customs duties to tlw govbecomes animated mid soniowhat incoherent Luv nm a beautiful sontlment, nn' do gamo ernment. ha finds himself iu tho condition of lib felmonto nm a swindle, but fifty of throe-kecr-d Tho now law in Now York prohibiting the lows, and hb utterances nro not a whit uioru -- I A MIUU k V. peoplo aro don-noby luv fur obery ono employment of children in factorL-- will foico sober than theirs. Ho actually gets tight on swindled by the keen!. Drothor danlner. conversation. Boston Budget "Saunterer." 30.000 children out of employment W. P. W ALTON, . - Propnoto' S Do public nobbor stop to queshun do troof We reoJ ttu ianey 'tee ui or sslscrlstloa snl etiMoMteir. 'JOxSO. Bight aomnleta aeta ot Boaa. of it Ecaiuloi, and do man who climbs above' Yu 7lll otfers fsvor on tre publisher bdJ do larj. Sealing aapaolty, usm miter quite forgiven. Brother Ganl-Bc- r. the pioper tblng r tending the amount of your would Iwoldljid to si I la arrears to remit at Iontvajoanjja nHjt m toodlucludlig gallery, wu-- , ' atrractioca. ixVicrlptltn ltome. e ie. up-Io- yi "Another great peril, beside that of tho dog, is striking a 'bender' ut tlw foot of a long hill. Tho bicycle is nt full speed going down, tho rider feels tolerably secure, when all of a sudden, a few feet in advance, a railroad track comes into view. Stop and walk overt .Not it bit of it It is Impossible, nnd bouncing over the wheels go, in many Instances knocking the nder a foot or two nbovo tho .sadilio from tho jolt and not unfrcquently throwing him violently to the ground. Talk nbout tho pleasures of bicycling, why, few jtooplo have any idea of tlio great dangers wo daily run. They soo us gliding along easily nnd iiuagino life on wheels is n paradise Let them repel tho attack of a ferocious rural cur ouco; that will bo enough." Keiv York Mail What Shull tVo Do? The Mission for gambling nlllirt every grade of Now York's poHilntion. In tho hotels tlw scullions below stiir, the porters iho shoulder monstrous trunks and shine jour boot?, the waiters in tho dining hall, tho newsboys nt tho stationery counter, tho genial clerk in the office, the "nrttos'' in the liar and the hospitable proprietor himself nud constantly on etery thing, from a steeple chase to n nnv between snails. "While l)etting b tho commonest and most open form of gambling hero it must not w forgotten that overy known device b employed to tempt the thousand-- u ho tiro tainted with the dUaso for gambling has really become tho most troublesome malady that afftirts the liody social in tlio country's commercial capital. A ell known jounuilbt of tho city snid to me tlw other evening, while chatting in the private olllco at 'Wullaek's theatre: "In New York gnmliling lias practically killed most other for..is of homo amusement. Poker b tho rage In pri ate circles. Why, it is hat illy croditible, yet I personally know It to bo true that for montlu jiast poker has alnnrbcd society to the exclusion of nil ordinary pleasures. It has come to the oUt that as soon ns tho cloth Is removed after dinner out como t lie ranis nnd ihlps nnd the long sessions lxgin. Uig money bwon nnd lot in aristocratic homes where the omen, especially, pkiyuitlt a reckless desperation surpassing belief. "Hut then vhat uro you going to do about III Everybody gambles here in ono form or ortier, nnd the madness b sjread!ng uaitlnv.-.r- d witli overy new moon. It is n mildew that is fast rotting uwny ttio fomuLa-tlo- n of society. There Is only ono remedy for it; let women set their facus against it in pri-ntlioinw make it unfashionable up ton und vo slinll soon see a healthy change. Will they do it? Well, hardly eer, fur when tho woman of New York starts her tolioggan rIio's going to the bottom of the slide or break her neck." Be w ise, O Gotham! or it shall lw inoro tolerable for tlw land of Sodom fn tho day of judgement than for thee. New York Cor. Detroit Free Press. tropolis the Inrronso the Me- lt 1 , of the country editor b neat ly always helpful; a good will do more for a town than any other one iniluonce. Istliere n lKMj)ital to be built' Tm editor presents the necessity for it, kindling in over' mind a de.lr to see the institution established, points out the way for uifonplWiing tho objl ilesired nnd lielM along overy scheme for fnrtherlng o.tu. Aro aiHUh men plannltig to Hue their ioekUnith n scheme thnt will injure instead of benefit the town! Tim editor exjioscis thu plot and ntvakens tlw opposition of the icople, I there a fair in progrvwb for ts j benefit of a church or a towii library! The editor booms nnd in symnthy it, gets w ith the matter and turns the guidon tide in He helps alusg the tho proper direction. local charities and all worthy institutions; he Keeps the jeople informed nbout uicli other and nllv o to tho IntcresU of their town, lib iullucuce is strong, constant and for Uio well being of hb towii. J, II. Maltliett in North uiMlerstootl. Tins liUlueiice HISTORY UNITED STATES, newpr Expron paid. Iiouod Iu Inittaorrtle irwi fall, gill, eoollaulag 22 floe ciuraTlBct. It iitheinMt compralimtlr work of tbe klod blitory In tlie oidlaary avaae; It l apoH.I(im-- l naw(ar Hie fii'I'W yrara tVeruMMe Ilia rlht to withdraw thla elTrr wllbont notice, to ttwit at once W 1. WALTON, blaolatd, Ky. Bhortwt and Oniokeit Rcnto ftom Oob tral Kentucky to all Points NortL Lat, West and Southwet. o(MCum jnd laEXIXCaTO.V A GI.XUIXIVATJ. 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