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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886083101 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. Setni VOL. XIV. I? & Intefint lonftmL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1886. NO. 155. LINCOLN COUNTY . HUSTONVILLE, M V Lancaster. be held at lluslonvll.'e September 11 -- 17, Geo. Kratz, sifnit for Lehmtn Bros., VubUnhcil TiteMrfavH unit Friday MT. VEHNON, KY. All prraons holding certificates are requir-- AT Uil.imnrx, lunibtnf W S Bszley 4 ds Ali persona having claims sgalnit J. N. Key. u( N This old snd nolda, deed , will piescnt them to me lmmedla r, York silppsrs at 5j. g'J 1KW ANNUM, CAHII. ed by law to ho present. Hotel la still Another embodies the world's dicnim Wo hid a very hcavr rain Monday fine reputation. Charges roaaonabls. properly proven. Chnrles Whl't-sio- t JOMIXJI. HAIL, and killed a vlu-abl- e Special 15:-attention to the traveling publls. t undfnkMfcllf werredlt that U.50 will U ex. morning. The Hanging Fork was very full in a single oouplet when he sits. Stanford, Ky. horse bsloDging lo Joe Turner, Friday "The world wai sad, tbo garden wii a wild, 3l' P' NJEtrcoiM, Pro'r, toofcd and demanded. and great Injury accrued to the turnpike night He was arretrd Saturday morning, M t. Vernon , Ky . And man, tbo hermit, sighed till woman through its whole lensth from washing. ! but subuquentlr released bn bail. smiled." W. P, WALTON. About 2 o'clock Thursday morning a Mr. and Mr' Woodcock, Mrs. Miller Lit tho women run the quei'ion for once iJiT!H Jel,i ,r,TUIy mr farm of 82 acres, houo near the cemelpry, occupWd by Uin acd look for glorious results. and Mrs Wallers returned from New York P,ke' 'H "" l"m neShwrboo.l. Powell and family, colored, was dtecovored It has upon It a WednesJay. M(es Maud Mle and Mary I will deliver tee DRIPPIHO SPRINGS. F h0Me fining 8 rooms; good els A Little Salt. to regular cuitomersln to be on fire. The family barely escaped good barn and all recewVr P.itfpt.r.f ITnrridrbure, aregues's of Misses and vicinity every morning ut Stanford out. To tbs Editor of the Interior Journal.) Wo are now preparing for tho greatest through a window. Everything elso that Mattleaid L'zzle Hufiman Mrs. 8 M. Ouo Cent Potuitl. I wish just a word in replv to some attractions of the season. Strlo'd Italian tho houf-- contained was consumed. The Saundtnard faiullr, of Buffalo, Ky , are Accountidueat the closoof each month, or Hand find Mulano L, Louis, tho celebrated house belonged to J, II. Prjwilt and iiaaid things published in vour last iwua under at tbeCllfge, wbrnruitorutrqulti. the heading of Prohibition Cru.ade " lancing teacher will arriro on September 3 to hiTohecn insured. It. E. II A It now. In th circuit court Wm. Hsaklcs, colM'lNTIiitSOX l'EXTOX. 153'tf On 8atuiilaj-,8e- r fctanford, Ky. The families of Col. J. W. Weatbir-ford- , That article charges that the prohibition ored, wg acquitted cf the chr,0 af ehcot lh, we will sir a grand speakers have been recklere, ur.jisi and un MILLEHSBUHG Picnic nj Ihll. September 10th v?e will J. F Stesle, II. C. Jonea and several ing and killing Sam Goodloe, in this counuUe a grand II til at I'tint l.lok. Oto O others have c oe contract for freight and fair in their statements and that they have ty in 1S84 The jury were out only a few Iiirnni will nrrlreon HstunUy, 8pt. 11th tickets to Ennis, Texas, with W. 11. Wil- gono sneaking around saying their oppo- minute. Toe dsmsgi suit of Holtzslaw College, and begin hit meeting Hiimlaj. Hept. 1'Jth. liam', paencnger agont (or the Q'icen and nents were alraid to meet them in public again t Mrs Nwinie B Anderson was in This popular achool, STANroitD.KY. afler a year of unpiralled sue. All that nro here beforo his arriral will on Crercenl routt at this point. Parlies going debate. That article makes no discrimitH-tion- , promts Saturday. ceas under Tho Next Session Opens Septembor 1. therefore I suppose it means ft?v. G. bn charged $G per weel; tho, who ooine to Tvx would du well to communicate C. j C. Smith, Mm C. S. Nslld, Kbv. F. S. Pol-litt- , -- ANDEighth Judicial District. afterwaailswill be chrjil $7. A number with him for either round-tri- p or oneway Noted for Health, Oomfort, Home Iljv. J. II. Oihion, myself and others MRS. S. O. TRTJEIIEART, The Court of Appeals convenes on the Oare. hae written Jo '"rferte a twin for the tickutH. T11U route, with its Mann's Uiud-o- lr Good Discipline, well Qualified I for cne deny all these charges. Tho time, G:h of September. The cases i.ADi- raiscirar., litrnM merlins." If 7011 wish a room reand from this dis- Again offers Itself ctra and ligh'uing express trains, af lor public Efficient Teachers, Thorough Training place and subject of all mv appointments trict are set for September 21 and are as creased lacllllles, an enlarged patronage. With In. ferred enclose a check lor a week' hoard fords a pleasant and expedition trip. Faculty and an and wide scope of Instruction. course of study. It affords unusual opcor O.d citizens will ho interested to learn have been published a? widely a? I could follown and my what day you wMi it to commence, l for tbs education of your Jn..ht. r have them known. I wanted all the pec- Hnd tor Catalogue to 163. Birnes ys Green' adin'r., Kus-te- ll. that Mra. Harriet Welah, who removed to otherwise I will give jou the beat accomItLV. C. POPE, Graduates in threo different courses, MHIersburg. Ky. to suit the mental tastes and capacities ofarranged modations I bar vrhes 70U arrive. I will Missouri more than '20 years ago, ia here on pie 10 coir mai 1 couiu icacn. i gave pupil,. 151. Jones vs. J.ingdon, Pulaski. I or Catalogue apply to not rent cottages during the Hunts meet-In,- ;, a visit to relatives and. friend. Shu looks themmy honest convictions, plainly and ilACK BP.UCE'3 Il0-2A TjEX. H. I'AXTOX, President. earnestly. I abused no one. I charg 165. Ward vs Be t etc.. Garrard. aa I want all tho rooim for boarder. a littlo older than formerly, but halo and loG. Singleton, etc., vs. McQuerry, Gar Buggy & Implement House. The following in a iiit of ajrao of our cheerful. Geo. Weitherford, Jr., and his ed no one of being afraid to meet me. I iu nodezreo acted a sneak and 1 abused rard. latent vUIton: J. V. IlradUj, George- sister Judith havo returned from a visit to no one. 1 nave tried to do the greatest Trie Superior Court also meets on the 1 have now town; Mis Sinh Anderron, John F. Liar, Mo. Will Wright, who was with W, Wig-hagood to all. To a man "not up a tree" the 0th and the cases from when their horre was killed and tho I 0. Beixlsjr, V. S. Ferguson, Lancaster, this district are fix- A Full Lino WUOLE3ALE of Wheat Drills nnd Ky. Misses Ada Lineman and May Fer- bugiy smashed, was moreaenouily Injured publishing of that article without any name ed for Sep'ember 15tb, as follows: othor Agricultural Implements, & 127. Cleaver vs. Phiilip'sadministralor, guson, CdTington; J. '.V. Joan and wife, than was at GMt kuspected. Mrs. Colonel looks like the net cf a sneak. If my guspi-cion- s 22 West Swan Street, Besides a be not incorrect, the author may well Lincoln, London, Ky ; II McQufley and wifo Weatherford, who expected to start to 123 Robertson vs. Blatkerby, BUFFALO, N. Y. (son of the McUafler'n school resdrr man), Texai in a few d ly.-- , Ii (Ufl'.'rln from an cry out, "Don't be personal," when the Linccln. Pull Line ot Buggies and Wagons question of moral character is raieed. If 129 Miller, etc., vs. National Bank of Always oa attack of flux. Cincinnati; Albert IL Morrill, U.ncinall.O hatd. In connection with ray ImAsh, Black , ;r,cW plement buslueas, I will also carry a Ilualonville came to the front on Sat- he Is an honorable gentleman, he is invited Lancaster, Boyle. Miti Pearl Turohiill, Crah O.rlwrd, Ky ; Cbeit nut. oak TJfanir nvVi'"W:.-i,".,,to attend any appointment I may make on 130. Crowder'o Administrator vs. HarMessrs. 8 W Oivem and (I C. Girtus, urday. It has long been a grief to our Comjolete Stock of" Lumber, ttred White and Bed Oak and Sycamore. ' VJU"- Ibyle count;; J suits Dudderar, Lincoln; leading cltiains that no report of hue ball thin subject, hear what I have to say and rison, Boyle. a. C. HIKE, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as fcouthern Acont, Jno. M. Biture. 131 Ward vs Adams' Trustees, GarA. Canary, Hprlngfield; J. C. Iiowmau, cf triumphs ever emanated from our villag'e, answer if ho can. 153-t Stanford, Ky. rard. Vlckaburj, and that we wore being sidly left in the Low us uny ouc, Mra. I!ell Wilson Stapp M7. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUMY. 132 Singleton vs McQ jerry, Garrard I solicit a share of your and Mr. Forres. Stapp, IliKkevp. Ky ; Mr. race for national glory. The cilored poppatronage, Respectfully, We are baring the mot rain of tho A U. Me tee and.M wi Mary II. McAUe, ulation felt that a shadow retted upon our m-'r- r r. Jt. nnvcE. Richmond -- Mr. Ballard Bronston has Mayatille, Ky ; (loorge frdnolair and wife, name, and while the blush of shame mint season.- - Kiln has been falling almost cone rtelgned his clerkship in the revenue oflico, New Ofleati-- ; J. F Saunders, South Carol!-ni- , led on their swarthy cheeks, their eyes kin- tinuously since noon yesterday. -- THE AH persons knowing themselves In. and Mr. B J. Newlon, editor of the Herald. P W. Clrten and family, Huitonvlllf; dled with the high resolve to wipo out the Koutnelrj'H Uouto Enst disgrace. An opportune chsllene from a debtd to us will please call at once and set-ti- succeeds him. This will not interfere with J. C Jjhrwjn and family, Linoa-tei- ; ! We are compelled to havo money. M. Mr. Newlon's editorial vrork--. Mrs. Aman D. N. I'rewltt and wife and Danville club and accepted by our sable wasnington, Philadelphia and rnoM vrifitscK da Million, widow of County School Now York. Mivea Jsunie and nine, lighted the torch of rivalry. The first CAD. N.William). is iitubman, Dau No Traveler lteturns Wick Tho only line running There Is ngood deal of talk up here as Jackson Million, has received Till;Joha C. TucW aaJ U . T. M. lbonr, intimation we had of the coming struggle PULLMAN NLir SLEEPING CARS Linrolr;W. T. Tucker and wife, Mis.es was the apparatioa on bur streets nf a mar to who will get the p.mliou of county the appointment as Commissioner to sucIn thcsotlgat times oieh buyer should consult should you host arrayed in a stunning un- school superintendent when Dr. Loyell ceed hTr husband, having undergone the bis own intervals. Why when you give one Ltura and Mtggto Jones at.d Mr, Ocir far ma article can buy the SOLID J jiiea, May wood. The two Miau-- Jennie iform, consisting of dirty dra-ferlong gots away. Tiefijht is narrowing down rcquiii'e elimination and haR given bond aame thing from another for 40c. To do this la not Justice to yourtolf or family. FKOM lo KJ H.nsell and Dr. S. C Divis, wilh and entered upon the discharge of Cobjr, Junction City and Owenshorr; T. slocking, blue cipi an- d- nothing else, exIn the next plsce, you should be sure to get goDd the Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, articles. Poor good, are deir at any price. obances in favor of the latter. official du'iee. Kr. Tbo County Judge, to Uaiuhinm, Danvllli; Mr. and Mrs. Smith, cept one fellow, whose leg were a eccenIs this moro so than in Madiclncs. You to Washington City, A suspicious party stopped here last be ure of her legal rit-h- t Knoxvllle, Tenn ; Mrs, Stuart Pontotoc, trically boweJ that he had lo wear a loag to hold the might as well pay 50c an ouaco lor saw dust as fo r Connecting in the tame depot with lcert mcdlclms. Mississippi Mra. Withen. CIlnlonTiHe, Kjr. duster buttoned around the knros aa an in- week, riding a chestnut sorrel mare about oflice, secured '.ho opinions of the Eourne has just received his Urgesteckof MedFast Trains for Now York. icines of all kinds. Every article fresh from the Mtaa Ljcille Tho Direct Iloute to General and Superintendent of Pub- manufacturers. He now baa Xw Orleans; (the timation that thore divergent members 15 years old. He was trying to eell her for the nicest and cheap- Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Nat named lady Ida beautiful French Cre- were private piopcrty, and belonged to the any price. Finallr got Reared and left lic Instruction. Mrs. Million appears well est selection of fancy goods, show case article, Ac, ,and North Carolina Points. Virslnla Ac. The celebrated Mr, Kobert Uraudua and K. W. Law. same individual. Our boys wilted at first, lowu; walked to Brodhead, took a freight qualified to hold the office; and is the only glasses a specialty. Utmsre's Spectacleaotand eye For tickets and further information, apply ole) The beat brands mixed to painis warranted. Hnlcmtld Jewelry, less and wife, Garrard; Mr, J. W. Wallace in view of the unwonted splendor of the train and has not boen heard of since. Tho female School Commissioner in Kentucky. acwtng every can goods, machine anglers' goods, artists' roe, Cioneral Agent, Lexington, Ky. goods, chromos. frames, lamps, brushes, bv)ks ol and wifr, Hlanfonl; and Got. J. Proctor viiitors, but rallied to the battle-cr- y of mare is In the stahlo of M. P. Xswcomb, at lu'gister. all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for tho . ,. MVicePiesldent (Jon Knott and wife, Frankfort, Ky. "L'ncoln and victory" andthxed thepioud this place. Mr. Isewcomb would like to dear grandmas, mallcn aunts and the smartest baWe publish the following simple remeKicbmond. Vintinls. by In the bujiueis all at find an owner for the animal. mettopolitana most effectually, The season will close on September 25 .b. If the dy for flux, which is said to never fail: Dr. M, L. Bourne's New Drajj Store, Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Lovell, Miss Zula courtesy of a return game is demanded we Respectfully, D G. Slauoiiteu, Stanford, Ky. Take the yellow of an egg, one teaspoonful Intend to eclipse their gaudy trapping;, by Williams, C C. Williams and T. N. Hob-cr- ls castor oil, thirty drops laudanum, one ta Railroad Signals, went to Louisville to see the openinc sending our force al fresco arrayed in blespoonful white sugar, one Ublespoonful Ojd Poll ot bell cord signifies 'utop." Concert Grand, nothing but ciimson and a ban. oi the Great Southern Exposition. Miss whisky. Mix well and take one tablespoon Two pulls mean "go ahoad." Parlor Grand, ner Inecribjd, "To the victors belong tic Maggie Smith, of Paint Hck, Is vieiting fui for adults and children in proportion. Three pull algnlf "bick up." Baby Grand, spollr." at this plac. F. L Thompson is in the ()je whittle nieamrWl brakte." A prisoner in the Elkton jail, charged Mrs Nield's lecture last week called city baying goods. Upright Grand, Col, James Brooks, of Three wkittlea aignify '"hack up." ith murder, spends his time in counting Square Grand. out crowded houses and raised the prevail- Richmond, Ky , is vhitiug telatives here Continued whiatlea ainify "dapjjer." IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and the letters, words, verses and chtptera of ing admiration sbe had previously excited thi week We are Apue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Ho finest and opening tho moat carefully selected, the Kipld abort whlslloa "a cattle nlarm," beat atock of the bible. II) claims to have mado a commlttcut Fever, Dumb Ague, Ulllous Fever, to the wildest enthusiasm. She has cerLAHO. STOCK AND CROP A aweepinir parlini; of the hand, on a Fever), Liver Denstie (or "llrcak-bono- " plete count and is verifying it. tainly made a mote general impretsion on PIANOS ANI ORGANS Complaint, and all discuses arlslm; from level wilh the eyea, olcnifiea "ko ahead." -- Fon Sale.-SO- O Malarial poisons. our people than any of her predecestors No. 1 breedioe ewes Ever brought to thla city. Every Instiument Is -- Dr. Lllrty rays "this age of sweet A alowly dweepinj; meeting of tbo hande, the pride an artist from to have been able to accomplisl ; and whether A. T. Niinsellfy. "Harpers, S. C, July 9, ISSJf, 2S percent,oflower tnan and prices rangea,k tor10the charily make) rase lis. Assassin excites other dealers oier the head, meap "back alowly." samo goods. Persona of musical and art culture her enterprise succeeds or fails, she has Shed Kyh-1- 00 bushels for sale. W. compassion. suf-crc- cl "For eighteen months Flowers perfume his cell. ar invited to an Inspection of tho beautiful, Downward motion of the hands wilh personally secured tho reputation of tho A Hamilton, McKinnoy, Ky. with Chills and Fever, brated refined tono and artist designs ol these celeThere much pity for the viclim cf extendtd arms aignitle 'dtcp." instrumental -- Will Moreland bought cau;e of temperance has ableit advocate tho of Lincoln having Chills every other day. IteckoninK motion cf the hand indicate tl Tho ever sent to our benighted borders. Wc county putiea 250 ewes nt 'Jc;2 bead Iuinbe, tlio Fa After trying various remedies "blCK " Bucken's Arnica Saho. mons Decker & Son, Hie Toimlar Evhave ro local orator to assume the harness butcher cattle, good quality, at $2 85 and recommended to cure, used a A red flip waved up tho track rinidea Tbebeit&ilro in tho world lor Cuts. Drilled erett nnd tho Dcllablo Jfeiv England thus far, but judging from the symptom: h loud of hogi, averaging 250 lb.', at 1 "bottle ofAyer's Ague Cure, and Manger " Soroi, Salt Rbeum, ForcrBoroa, Tetter, Chapped l'laiios, exhibited br one of our neirect neighbors, cents. have never since had a chill. A nd flic bUdHdl' by the roidaide Master Commissioner Fox sold 15 lets Ilands, CMIblaluj, Corns and allHktn Eruptions, it will not ba long before the second D.-u-i EDWLY HARPER." The Oolebrated Olougli and Warren and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, I, aid iurai.a "danger ahead." in Junction City Saturday belonging to is guarantcea 10 glTo perfect aatliftctlon, or money mErAItED BY the John Ohurch & Oo. Organs. A red II tj carried on a locomotive aigni. ojthent-- will unfold himself upon our village rostrum. His Hnt-u- p elcquence lias C)l. Isaao Shelby for the benefit of John refunded. Price 23 cenla per box. For gale by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Masa. fita ' tn mglne following " Please communicate with us for catalogues, term Hdchannn for $2,501. J. W. VanArsdall, Penny A Mc.VltiUr. nd prices. Sold by all Druggists. A rcil tUg raid at a atatlon ia a aignal b:on .bubbling over fur some linn; the Smith, I. Shelb? TV vis and others were S. It. At Iu t OOIi, Special Ag'ts. Wonderful Cures. mountain is certainly iu labor. Gentry, cf to "top." Stanford, Ky. the purchne'rs. Or ROSE P.. RICHARD, W. J). Hoyt A Co., wholesale and retail Drugn A lautein it niht raited and lowered your town, demoraliznl the colored popo-latloBen Campbell bought of Wm. Bild-wi- gist! ot Rome, Ua., aay; "We havo been soiling References- - A It. Ppmi, Mrs. E. M. Carpento a large extent, and quite a num vertically u natiHl to 'Vtart." ter, J. M. Philips. J. M. Moore and James Beat-loof this county, for Jake Hoard, and Dr. King's Now Discovery, Electric Hitters and Stanford; Mis. Maggie Holmes. Crab Orch-arber give evidence of a strong repugnance to A lantern awiing at riht angle acrow llucklen's Arnica Salro for two years. Hare nsv-c- r (Jon. W. J. landraui and Miss Uzzio Huff-maI! a political millennium. the way, why extra fine lot of cattle that averagtd 1,350. handled goods that tell aa well, or giro such Lancartr, Ky. tho track means "atop." The prico paid was SI 25. SrierifT Jake universal satisfaction, Tbero hare beoa some A lantern ewum; 111 a ciiclo aignitlca don't you send your evangelizing doctor up THE JOURNAL Board sold to Israel Brown 110 hogs aver- wonderlul cures effected by tbeso medicine In this our waj? lie w.-- formerly one of our "back the train." Exchange. AND aging 205 pounds at $1 50 Harrodsburg city. Several caies of pronounced Consumptlcn is acquainted with our weaknesses and have been entirely cured by the uioot a few a The pala moon distilled lie ellvery heama our wants, kuowj all tbo symptoms of our Democrat of Dr. Klcg'a New Discovery, taken In connecin ahimniering beauty o'er a aceue of en- disease and owes it to tha memoriei of the , I Capt. Sam M. Boone, Secretary, has tion with Electric Hitters. Wo guaranteo tbom chanting lovellncK, including, among oth- past and hopes of the future to interpose our thanks for a "complimentary'' to the always. Sold by Penny A McAllitcr. ILLUSTRATED (J) MONTHLY & be held at Somer attractiona, a manculinn arm entwined for our deliverance Hut still I would Pulaski Fair, which will An Enterprising, Reliable House. 7 of September. The list of i corset filled with rather see this carried out as a woman's erset around a The direct through lluearduld established route Penny A McAlister cau always be rolled upon of tho fern enterprise. Men will only butch it, as they premiums is large and liberal and a not only to carry In stock tha bast of everything plump and animated awootneai from WithTwtlvs Cut Paper Patterns of your own inine gender of perhapi 117 pounds avoir have atwaya done in matters of reform. number of our Lincoln thoroughbreds but toaecure tho Agency for such articles as have Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Loui selection and of any alas. n morlt, and are popular with the peoand all points in the West. dupoii. A rich baritone voice (;auzod Experience has taught me to doubt man's will contest for them. Both publications, One Year, Dwyer stables are in ill luck. Miss ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being al The row down to a noft Two (21 Dally Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louis. when I see him peculiarly sincerity and ways entorprlslng and ever reliable. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Crawford variety tone, p;arod Into the un- zealous in advocacy of some great political Woodford hte been permanently retired, cured the Agency for the celebrated Having se $3.50 (THREE FIFTY), to St. Louis. Dr. King' willing auricular of the damsel aentimenta or eocial measure, I involuntarily peep be- and will he sent to Keutuckv for breeding Now DUcovory for Consumption, will sell It on a Only tO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati Tom Martin is also broken positive guarantee. It will aurely cure any and iaU Louts. like the: "Fair Ethel, true it U that I neath his mantle to see if there is not a fur-li- ve purposes. Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan down, and will probably not start again. every alleclloa ol tho Throat, Lungs and Chest, of thia world'd goodf, but posset littlo axe to grind. But I have the fullest got a Through Slooping Car and toahow our confidence, watnvlto you to call don't you tbiok our love for each other faith in woman, Her honeity ia unim Inspector B. bus gone amies, and Tremont and get a Trial Bottle Free. (l) From Ctnclnatl to St. Louis. for the season. The Brook " Her been retired Of all tho Magazines. would imro than recompon peachable, her instincts unerring, herztal ha. Positive Cure for Piles. (SONTAININQ Stories, Pooms and other Ulersn TVlA Is the only line running lyn stable has won nearly $150,000 this younj brother had cat 110 hammock rope unflagging, her hopefulness imperiehable. To the peopled thla county we would say that Kf J?rTT uro"8h from Louisville attractions, combining Artistic, Scientific and Miss Woodford's total winnings we have been given the ceason, Household mattors. and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being Agency of Dr. March Isl'i A Georgia rattlesnake got into a pantry I am nware that since the world began they mado up or a combination of small roads. Illustrated telth Orittnol Sterl J?iorflt inount to $1011,480, the greatest sum ever Italian Plla guaranteed twp, Vhotnyvtirurcii, Oil 1'leturct nnd night, found Home eggs and awnl have been vilified, but I am also aware won the other to cure or money refunded Internal, External, any horse on the American turf. bf tne U'oiHleutM, maklHU It the Moilcl Tbo Ohio A Mlwls.lppl Railway runs Palatial lowed them, crawled partly through the that they have been basely slandered. Blind Bleeding or Itching Pllt a. Price 50o a box. BIttgazlne of America, ojpppuiK Lars on uigui trains; Luxuriant ParLO.-exclniajfl one who failed toen-chnlor Cars on day traina; Elegant Day CoachA McAlister, Druggists. For aale by Penny FffEarh .Vutfuzlno conhtias n COtTPON handle of a jug, found more eggs and es on all trains. OHDElt. the bolder to tho selection of " AnDuring an nil ray in a Texas town a man tho sex, "thy name U woman was thus in ado a snallowed them, and ANY PATrKKW Illustrated In that number, Direct end close connections are mads In ONION Daughters, Wires and Mothers. nnd in ANY 81XE. badly wounded. SymDEPOTd with diverging lines by theO. A M. was shot and very prisoner, the eggs on each aidu of the jug other disappointed uiaeher virile: DK!OHi:sT'3 MONTHLY ialustlr entitled Railway, thus avoiding troblcsome transWa emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's W pathizing friends raised up the fiinting "Woman's faith and woman's Unit, Mntrailno. ITjo ranrfst in fers by other routes. handle being too large to pans through. In Female Remedy, t cure Female Dis- the orld's Model in Circulation, tho Lrtrceet mid the best The Ohio A Mlstlsslppl Railway is the only Writs the characters in the duit; man. "Take him to the dru store," lias eases, such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and TWO Dollar Family Muinzf nu luued. lita will hia t (lor Is to escape he knocked the crockbetween Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts titaiap tbem on tbo moan's cold beam , yiiit- - or Its punilcation; ino somebody, plowlr the wounded Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing ueIs rivenir-recnii under one management, running all Its awoke the inmates of ery right and left, it continually improved nnd ro e.xtetiflvcly Print them on the running stream. trams through solid and in consequence and whispered: down foiling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change 0 1 aa to place it in tbo front rank of Family man opened his eyes is recognized the house, and met a deserved death. Itiute beLlfe.Lettcborrhcaa, besides many wcakneueispilng-In- g Periodicals, ur.cl enual to ntiv mnanzlnn. And each ovanescent letter It tween thoao Cities. inatter.wlth What's the conta! Ins 72 nairos. lurid nunrtn. H). ill u from tbo, above, like Headache, Bloating, SpiWilt be firmer, cloarer, bettor, Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for umbrella device is a patent wineleuantly nrluU'd nnd fully lllustmteU A new Pubfull particulars aa to rates, time, And permanent, I ween v Minnie Wilson, a maidot nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, lished by W. Jennlnira DcmortM, Now York, or any desired Information, or writemaps, circulars to dow in one the sections through which the Than the thing those letters mean." raipuationcitQS Heart, Ac. tor salo by Drug, AND OY SPECIAL AQREEMCNT COMBINED ROBT. II. FOIWAN, ' traveler can eeo who 1j a bead of him and fifteen, drives the etae between Mitaor and gists. Prices WITH THE Tray. Pass, ag't O. A It. Ry. Soreraot. Ky. Stand SI 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. A clearer light, however, had dawned naraline, in Dikota. The route ia ex- - J B. Marchlal, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free), W. M PEAI10DY. W.11.8IIATTUC, how to avoid punching him in the back Interior Journal at $3,50 Per Year, Uen. Pass. Ag't. Pre. and (iiu'l Nfsu'gr, ' Iresnely popular, a might be expected. upon tilm who exclaimed: For sale lv Ponny A McAlister. Drujylstt. ClhcUioatt, O. tho ahaip point. with oar-loswell-knota te-Iu 83-- "" TheCjJcred Teacher.' Institute will "Oh, woman, In our hours of eats, UnceiUIn, coy sod hird to pleats, And vrlible ai the sbado II7 thsllgbUiulferlogaipen made, When pain and angulih wring tbs brow, A mlniiterlng snge), thou." 0ARPA1D COUNTY DEPARTMENT. NEWCOMB HOTEL SrOM3E! 3Farm JFor Sale IOEJ! ICE! IGE! Per S;,t',,": 1 Female College! - Stanford Female REV. POPE, President, eU-va- 189-Z- m m . EII.&8 & BHO. TIMBER LUMBER, Ju!8",? 1 '" Mi; MPEiKif an m hi e. BOURNE tial-looki- ng a A TRAIN ra y ?, war-pai- Ague Cure J AVER'S cultl-rate- thai." "Worlil-renowiic- I s .. post-offic- n, For Hard'Times, MfflOH DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE y, dj n, 131-l- cit-zen- s, bot-tlc- O. & M. no Mississippi I. w twenty-twodncl- 14-1- o fEMOREST'S y TflEBES T I XrP. Olntment-emphatlc- ally !i bur-grat- Flrnt-Cl.i- M iru-li- rony-chteke- d i 'i .U "lxiu. mlmjll, mmmvMMULimmSSZ 5miMiMf$tiixiQxMmml wra or current eventh. was shot and mortally John C, Day wounded by his cousin, Tom Diy, at More-head- , Saturday, August 31, 1886 Stanford, Ky., Tho Princeton Banner eflws, Captain Alien proprietor, was completely destroyed W. P. WALTON. by fire last week. Sam Barnard killed Frank Harris in Liu re I last week in a mot cowardly DEMOCRATIC TICKET, manner and escaped. For Congress, John r. Bwilt was nominated as re JAHES B. McCREAKY. publican candidate for governor of CaliOf Mad lion. fornia. He has several bir'ls. As a straw showing which way the A few yearn aj;o old man Richard wind blows, Senator Frye, of Maine, has Parks, cf Sea Girt, N. Y., married a como out squarely in favor of prohibition. blooming girl, much younger than either Sister Eulalie, the superioress of the "the blind ticier." of his children. After a while he Bickened Immaculate Academy at Newport, Ky , This latest edition to the mensgerio is a and died, leaving a will equally dividing was burned to death in her room Friday veritablowild bean In the smaller towns of J. H Vaniiook, Eeo'y. the State. In almost every community hie estate of $125,000 between her and the morning. Senator Mahone publishes a letter dechildren, with the proviso that if ehe Ciiah Orchard, Aug. 30. As the rep- - where a vote has beeu taken on tho pro married again ehe was to forfeit her inter claring that he is not and will not be a reeentatlve of Lincoln county, I have tho hibition question it left behind it bit est which was to revert to tho elder son. candidate fjr Congrss in tho Fourth Vir- right to send three boys, or young men, to ter factions. Those who favored the sale The joung woman was not to be outwitted ginia district. the Agricultural and Mechanical College ofliquon refused to accept the law as At Mount Hope, Ala, a man named at Lexington. Tho President of the Colin this way. She had married the old In became known that somo one matt for his money and she intended to Martin killed his sleeping wife with an ax lege informs me that the young gentlemen was running a "blind tiger," more out of a have it. So Bhc began to exert the most and then went into an adjoining room and will be received upon my certificate of mor spirit of difiance than for the money that fascinating of the wiles known only to hanopd himself. allly, &o. They will be entitled to instruc- was in it, Partisans who bad never before Tne republicans of Taylor county have widows upon that elder son, who was soon tion free gratis. Military science is tausht drank liquor fnquented these places lo cnmnlotelv ensnared and the result was instructed for Brookin T. Harding, of there. Any boys wishing to go to the Col- cheer on the boys. Thus feuds have arisen which may never be healed. Oae of the that last week he stood up boldly and be- Whitley county, for Congressman from the lege will please address me at once. Eloventh district. came tho husband of his own most notable cases oi this kind is that of Fox Bobmtt. Font Bon. Clifton R. Breckinridge, son of Tobe Jackson, in Bartow county. Tobe The old man proposed, bat the widow IN AIlIWDAZtfOE. Lightning struck a magazine contain-in- g was a disposed and instead of losing a third of a the late John C. Breckinridge, has been country lad, whose first 110,000 pounds of powder at Chicago, excitement good estate by setting married she steps in unanimously renominated for Congress in was experienced in tho prohibthe 21 Arkansas district. killing one man instantly, fatally wound- ition election in hi for a much larger share of her lamentcd's county. Tho liquor to Four young men of Covington, Wal- ing four others and destroying property men were defeated and Tobe organized a hard earnings. It is n cold day any how ter and Edward Guy, Henry Wilson and the value of $75,000. Several buildings blind tiger" for his friends. when a widow gets left. Fight after Bud Marsh, were drowned in the Ohio were Blattered down by the shock and fight was tho result and in the attempt to city. people of Harrison county, this Saturday by their (kill upsetting. The windows were broken all over the enforce tho law, neighbor became informer State, have adopted a new. way to collect An earthquake shock destroyed the 1HEPR0HI3ITIQN CRUSADE. on neighbor. Judge Collina' hoaso wan old debts. John Gruelle, a stock dealer, villiages of Pyrgos and Philiatra in Greece one pight blown up by dynamite. Next raisers by buying and 300 persons perished. The volcano, VePrevent? has been victim'ztng the Does Prohibition day Jackson was a fugitive, but his friends a nd then refuting to settle up. Those Maine, correspondent of the A Portland, suvius, is again in active eruption. still swore by him. He was followed to commuoici formed into a mob Thursday night The Triennial Conclave of Knights New York lKorW in a recent Texas and brought hack. Pending his trial and proceeding to Gruelle'a house, took Templar in the United States will meet in tion published in that paper says: ho became involved in the homicide of him from bed and demanded the money. St. Louis, Sunday, Sept. 18, continuing in "Prohibition is not a new issue in Matre Strickland, about a month ago. He la now Hem SfHkeN. He refused at firat, but after having a rope session until and including Friday. They have had prohibition here for th In Fulton county jail under sentence of ten tied around his neck and being swung up last 36 years. There is nothing new In the Lawrence Donavin, a printtr, jumped till life was almost extinct, he weakened from the Brooklyn bridge Saturday and way of legislation for the most fanatical of years. Tne law throughout the state. and showed them where he had $9,000 con- - escaped unhurt. He will next attempt to prohibitionists to hope to accomplish. Throughout the State the law is almost csaled, which they divided among them swim tho whirlpool rapids at Niagara. is wanted in this State by the prohib What openly defied. In Elberton, for Instance, selves. Nathaniel Bites, who confessed to itlonibts is a public sentiment favoring the its said that "if prohibition is to be judged the statue The United States is unfortunate in the having murdered his wife, was hung at enforcement of the laws now on by its operation in Elberton, it is not a sucBangor and Portland, two of selection of persons sent to represent her in Richmond, Ind., Thursday, the first man books. At cess." Liquor Is sold every day In the the largest towns In the State, liquor of all foreign lands. Instances are numerous, but to suffer that penalty there for 64 sears. town, and the prohibitionists are despond now especial reference ia had to Special En CHEAPEST AXI) IIEST Clerk Gray, of the Pension kinds is freely served upon the hotel tables too, when ent. Every town along the Richmond & This, Toy Sedgwick, who went to Mexico to in- office has been shown to be a thief. He got and at the restaurants. Danville railway is dry, yet the traveler vestigate the Catting matter. Arriving at about $12,000 in small sums and Is one of each Is punishable under the law, if it were can step into almost any store and get what the City of Mexico, he went en a tear with the republican rascals that ought to have enforced, with fine and imprisonment in ho wants if he looks like a man who tan be jail. the bloods of that place, painted it a bright been turned out long ago. Courier-Journ- al publishes the fol- trusted. The piles of kegs and Jugs to be The red and ended in a blind drunk. American Gov. St. John, the Prohibition Apes seen at every station, wonaigned to local ex citizens there are highly indigaant over tie, Is rushing up to Maine to take a hand lowing: press agents, shows that the liquor still H ET AND DRY ATLANTA. this disgrace to diplomacy. in the political fight. He vows that he finds its way into the county. for Some Press Comments Upon the Results SrniNQFiELD has a ten postmaster, Mrs. will make Blaine come out In the recent legislative nomination in Tor llio llcrry Mention. Following the Adoption of Prohibition. Mary B. Leachman, and it happened in prohibition or climb a pine tree. Wilkes county, the home of the late Gen Ben Jones, who is wanted in Harlan this wise: Lige Mays was upon the petita ff;nrf Tinur Makes His Aooearanee at eral Toombs, the whisky Issue was brought tion of democrats appointed to the posi county for the murder of a woman, who in. It was defeated by a majority of 137. laneus Points and has Many tion, but in the racent election he disgust- refused to conceal him from the officers. The drift in all parti of the State Is against Victims. ed his friends by training with the enemy has been arrested in Scott county, Vs. Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 14 -- For a "dry" prohibition. Not only is this the case in and voting the republican ticket through- Mr. Jones is charged with four other mur- city Atlanta continues to be wonderfully Georgia, but it is also manifesting itself in ders. out. Then the ramo democrats raised a The republicans of the 21 district of "wet" and for a city where prohibition un- South Carolina. In Barnwell county tho J OK r.WATKHN. howl and made it so hot for Lige that he North Carolina, have grown tired of 51. C. VV KAREN. dertook the work of leening crime the democratic convention, by a vote of 06 to tendered his resignation, which was accept was the 63, decided upon tho repeal of prohibition . their colored representative, and are record is not encouraging. June ed and tho appointment made as above. determined to force him out of the race for last "wet" month, and owing to the near The result was accepted by the prohibitionIt is too good a thing for a ne- departure of King Alcohol, much drinking ists. The Southern Exposition was inauguNo comment is necessery. was indulged in from a mere spirit of bravstyle Saturday. Col, Breck gro they think. rated in grand After taking over 210 ballots without ado. The police records show that durins inridge, of the eilver tongue, and Senator It Ih an irrepressible controversy that Congressional Con- that month there were 153 arrwtimade. Beck made rpecbes, there was a big mili- result the Democratic ai to the relative merits of prohibition and vention at Alexandria, Va., adjourned, Oa the first of July every one of the satary display and a concert by Dimrosch'a high license as methods of cure for tbc dire pronounced the acme of mel- and will submit two names to tho people loons were closed and prohibition reigned, eyil cf alcoholism. When one turns from band that was ody. Tho fare from Stanford to Louisville at primaries, the ono receiving the largest save In a half dozen wholesale houses.where the manifest and almost confeaicd failures lens than a quart could not be sold. For of prohibition he naturally turns to admire during the continuance of the exhibition vote to be the nominee. An armed mob at Magnolia, La., July, the first prohibition month, when the round-trip- , has been fixed at $3.60 for tho the successful workings of high license. jail, took therefrom John city officers, who are prohibition partisans, which includes admission to the biggest of broke open the The failures of prohibition and the successand Leander Nelson, colored, charged with were anxious to make good records for shows. es of high license resemble one another in the recent murder of a negro named Col suddenly j ampeJ to being almost universal. If prohibitory Ex. Gov. Lfsue, who was beaten for tins, and hung them from a bridge near their cause, tha arrests 5S0, being an increase of 25 per cent. Such laws can be said to have as judge in a district with succeeded at all it town. There Is much excitement over the facts as these caused one of the city preachia only In Isolated and epiraely-peopldemocratic majority, made it worse by affair. morning lo eay: communities. We have never hcatd of but a concert. The mijority accsrding to the The House Postcffice serves almost ers on last Sunday "To-d- ay Is the Sih of August. It is 38 one complaint that high license did not ac returns against ,hira was only four but an 600 hundred perrons during a part of each prohibition went into effect. compliih all ka examination of the thai is claimed for it which ran it to 30 year, and it costs $26,220 a year, or $ 0 days since city and State treasury; is per capita. At that rate it would cost Less money in the nil that reasonable men ask and that re or 40. Tho Governor can now fall back houses occupied; less people lates to the city of Chicago, and came of on the government for n position, as most to provide postal facilities for tho sixty leas business lew morality; more drunkencourse from a prohibition source It is men do who think that the country can millions of people In the United States the in the city; ness; more crim and c'inr ntt; m r e poo undeniable that a higher license has done enormous sum of $2,022,000,000 a year. not do without their valuable services. than ever befoie; much to raise the character and decrease While riding in a carriage at Wind- pjopie out of employment ' Wixiiall his legal knowledge it seems that more ex, tho number of Chicago drinking places, but sor, Vt., last week with Charles O. Perkins more taxes pat upon the people; merchants Gov. Tilden failed to make a will that will fcl, 1 and Miss Jennie, daughter of Judge Stan- Ira license Imposed upon the if it his not done enough the fault must be lltl. JL J. J llUu J) j, JL ,L Jt withstand the arts of the lawyer and the and more dissatisfaction among all classes In the fact that the tax is not an high as it ley Matthews, Sanator Evarts narrowly Tn?H?mt?n Rr!'7 M1"' C""1 n"r' "" 1""n'r.rm.nUtlT,l.unlT.r..llr,opul., probability is that the $1,000,000 be left WillH. Waters, Salesman. being killed. Tho hones took fright of people than ever ha3 existed before." should be. Buffalo Express. "WATERS & for charitable purposes will become their The ieni0 Capital, which was a prohiband running away, the vehicle was upset, Wherever high license has been tried it is also prey. This ought to convince rich men killing Perkins instantly and seriously ition organ during the campaign, has accomplished two things. It has closthat it is the beet to dispose of their proper- wounding the Senator and Miss out of sorts and says: Matthews. ed up the lower sort of groggeriei and has puritan-isstrait-lace- d ty sb they wish before the hand of death "There is a limit to Speaking of majorities, Joe Barbour makes it neceesary that their estates shall but the city council does not seem to increased the local revenues, That is to did pretty well in his race for Judge of the to charge say, the liquor interest has been made to pats into other hands. Superior Court. It will be remembered that know it. They find more time pay according to its profits and its due contained a Mr. Yerkes was to be elected as tho rebuke merchants for drays; dodge the technical Sunday's Courier-Journa- l and sleep while city offi- proportion for the maintenance of order, call on Hon. Asber G. Caruth to become a to the Lebanon Convention. Cleveland question; sit still oppressions; make and the drinking has been driven lo be 00 candidate for Congress, signed by some riALKHJ S carried tb district by about 8,000. We cials make $1 50 more open, under inspection, and the rotors, which demonstrates two facts: learn from a private source that Barbour'a laws that if a man sells liquor legally he temptation of low grog shops has ceased. Drugs, Books. Stationery and That the democrats are determined that official majority Is 19,002. -L- ouisville shall be fined $500, ond do a score or more The high licenso system in Savannah, Ga., Fancy Articles. unprogresslve things; but when it equally Willis shall bo given no further chance to Tirnen. has been successful, although the license is republican postmasters appointed and comeB to benefiting the people, or advanchave not high enough to test tho system fairly. rbjilcl-.n- i' Excursion to Lexington, compounded. ing the interests of the city, they are not at that the O.-- has more "eorls" than any Alt- oIt is only $300, but this has sufficed to There will be an excursion train run ove home." other piper in the Smth. close about fifty of the lowest class of bar tho K. C. R, R. on Sunday, September 5th, Added to a stale of affairs thus strongly The celluloid bustle of a Now York wo- from Stanford to Lexington to attend the stated, is the fact that Fulton county, in rooms, to decrease the number of dealers UVll tHL.I 'jtfVV I "ijBrtA "' (since 1885) from 290 to 230, and to in The Largest Btook of Watches, Clocks, man caught fire and she was burned to welcome extended to Geo. O. Barnes and which Atlanta is situated, shone an assessdeath before it could be taken from the family at Woodland Park, after their four ment this year of $800,000 less than last crease tne receipts from liquor licenses Jewelr and Bilvflrwarfl from $32,112 to 02,100. Now this is a pos place it was supposed to do the most good, ye3ta' trip around the world. This is the year. bought Loer itive gain for the causa of temperance in liitt LowmI. to thti market PrlrctJewelry than The ladies hotter stick to the newspapers latt chance to hoar the great Kentucky a change. nd the contest for Conservative Club Savannah and for gcod order aud if tho the palrnd on Wettuoi, Clocks WrrantoJ. He. short notice and makes the cheap- preacher before he leaves for the South. Tho Inteiiior Joureal Tim est and beet. Oaly $2 a year. The fare will be very low, thus enabling is an association of citizens who see that city will raise its license still higher wo ?Wty,w-T-r-atttl-MMJdoubt not it will (.till find better results, The Fresldont dub appointed Deputy all to attend. The train will stop at all the city is being knifed betwejn two eets of Hartford Courant. arriving in Lexington in time for fanatica-t- he prohibitionists, who would State Controller, Thomas E, Benedict, of stations, seryices, and returning leave immediately ..; ooorrMViInetn secure the success of Rum in Maine. Despite an outwardlj New York, formerly cf the Allensville, after same. Parties wishing lo do so can their hobby, and the Liquor-dealers- ' Assorieid enforcement of the Lfquor law, there to succeed Public Printer Bounds. Trcs$, bring their dinners with them and enjoy ciation, who would havo cheap doggeries in ia not a city or village in Maine whero one Seven is the mystic number in the histo- beautiful Woodland Park and the pleasure every tquare. The Conservatives propose cm not obtain all he wiihea to drink-- 1' ry of Chicago anarchy. Seven policemen of a basket medio;,', and also hear the elo- to draw a middle line, and by combin- he only knowa how. At all the cummer were killed in the Ilaymarkel inaasacro, 7 quent evangelist, who is so much loved by ing business experience with a desire for resort, on the coast or inland, cue can get lawyers Bpokb in tho closing argument be the people of all sections. No admission moral reform lo bring about, by probably cocktail or l3cr or wine at the hotter clasa fore the jury, and at the end of a little will be charged to tho grounds. Ample achigh llceuse, a slate of things which will hotels, either Horved in bU room or ineome more than 7 weeks of the trial 7 of tho an- comodation In case of rain and for all who ranks room devoted to the purpose, which Ih be a menace to brndiiew. Their archists havo bom found guilty of murder. wish to bring their bankets and take din not changed from day to day. When a hotel filled by reotulta from the two are being If the rcuuinrter of the administration ner on the erounde. A ticket will be run for the city keeps n movable bir, the location of which be clearly id only disclosed lo trustworthy patrons, average as well as its first 18 months the "Just throw me half a dczn of the big- council, in which tho issue will Conservative candidate for the supply of wine and JJquora visible ia nabltual disposition of the country to con- gest trout," said tho citizen to the drawn. Tne understood, will be always njojgro, the bulk bsint; carefully tinue a pnty in power that has proved it"Throw them?" queried the deal mayor, it is generally concealed elsewhere. Then in case of sud will make tho task self worthy and capable, er. "Ye, and then I'll go home and tell Hon, J. Tyler Cooper, wnne electing the democratic cindidate In my wife that I caught 'em. ' I may be a Anden'cn is looked forward to an the lead- - den search tho losa ia usually trifling. of Boston Globe. I LU"""d vwtltr. 1888 cowpiratival poor fidbetniau, but I'm no liar." w of the i.robibitionUle. Railroad Meeting at McKInney To night. An enthusiastic railroad meeting by the citlzinsof McKmney and vicinity was held on the night of August 20th to con aider the importance of the invitation to to send deleaateii to tho T.tnmtn count railroad convention which convenes at Tal ahoma, Tenn., September 15tb, at which time and place a proposed line of railroad from Birmingham, Ala , west of the Cumberland mountains, to McKInney, Ky., will bodiscu-wedIt was agreed to hold another meeting at McKinnoy on Tuesday night, August 31at, to further arrange and appoint delegates to attend tho convention at Tallahoma. All citizsns of Llncolu and Casey counties interested in this matter are cordially Invited to attend the meeting at McKInney, Tuesday night, Aug. 31st. . The colored people have made an almost complete chauge of sentiment. When the prohibition campaign opened the colored churches were the popular nsort of Caucasian workers. The preachers were flat tered into service and being invited to sit check by jowl with their white brethren, they felt that tho millennium hod come. Prohibition became their tole topic. The whole power of "the church" was ueed to compel the negroes to vote dry. Now these voters see the white men getting all the li quor they want, but the African citizen is at a discount. No "blind tiger" will trust him. Consequently ho looks upon tho whole aflTiir a well devised hile nun's trick to keep him out of bis dram. r u. frfc V. WALTON t J GROCER, MAIN & SOMERSET STS., Stanford, Xy. sal-utar- 1 FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS step-meth- er. good-nature- d tm MOWING BLADESSBRIER SCYTHES oriho ed FLAVORING EXTRACTS! Ex-Chi- SEVERAL GRADES OP SUGAR fht-fhote- d The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices J O'-Ha- WATERSSWEAREN L. 1,-5- ed poll-boo- 13.-7- U U II -- n.LMLM.l.M.,t.Sifi. ed WEAREN. ennj & M Af is i ,' r PHARMACISTS, -- 7,-0- JEWELERS. -- nawlv-areaciz- Mt Wail Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. rub-deale- r: vy :"" ey. Pullfand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as tne lowest. B. K,. WKAKSSIH'. Stamford, ' I Stuu-3Sk3jalerioroKCMl J PinaT Fall stria nfJStifl Ildti of llio sea' " MoUoborU', August 31. 1886 son At UtuC6& Stanford, Ky., equally entitled to pralae. jfi'mca part of the Lmii-YilLouisville LmuTiiiKd killed a tine horse ntnl a Damocrat A MAN who Introduced hlrieelf by payUualnosa MannKor. mulu belonttlnx to Lc'trl Dndderar Sun- ing, "I nerd no Introduction Joe Mud B. O. WALTON. A private Utirr from Rev, George O. day. day and Sim Jonei are hotuehold worda Ihrnesatartaifl with tho mistaton idea , I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. TilHitE'woro b'it two cdTernors at tbo all over tho South" lectured at the Bin- - "that the newrpaprra tell nil you want to .. 1 68 r. m Crab Orchard Hop, Oo. Knntt, of tho tlat church Sunday night and again last know about u Tbey hnh my rermon Melt ttaln gnrog North ... .. ..... Htjutn ...ii is r. m. sreat Slate of Kentucky, and Got. James night He la an earnest speaker ana cornea awfully and mak mu y thing I repudi .... 1 2S 4i M, Hauh "J 18 A.M. ate end ioath; bu that t a part of life's with good credential. " " Norn........ 0. Glees, of BrUrlonn. Holer with Thekwove li calculated ou standard time The entertainment of the Mob b Mirtci burden, that niivl be bourne We what An Impromptu hop was given by the ae ii about 19 minutes lutar have pititnee Gr.c on upp1r. I young men at tbo Opera Houss laat u(bt Annie and Kittle Wray waa very rplcndld obugreui!.n and perfect ordtr local varices. done and overbod; had a capital In honor of tho Waiting ladle, Trof. Mun-dcll- e very Park ii time. The supper was oupeclnlly fla'i and ardattcn'i'ri. repaired on ahor Watoiixh i (I j furnlahlcRtlie, muilc. meetltUH In the opeu air." and warrunutl br Penny A McAlls the fruits of which P.nk Cottage la njled pretty. All lotlce A bmoht wreck on the Cincinnati South- were liberally dispensed. The gronndn Buy tlte Ha Hos Kemedy, th orlcj-aa- l ern near High Itrldgo yesterday delayed MYt ADtUKTIHCMEHTH. were lighted with Japanese lanterna and A "cAl- and only K utae, 'rom anJ the mall Iratn nix bourn, cotw quently we the ecene waa a brilliant and happy one. A complete stock of Jowulry, lateat have nothing from DanTllle. 11. M. TAYLOK, Pain-Cur- er Instantly Killed Berry Leake, who is ityle. Iiockford watches a specially. PenWe will publish a few well written and left here in fine spirits yesterday morning, Of I.OOAN COUNTY, Ii a CinJMito or the office ny A McAliator. world ofHuperlotendcnt of i'uMlc Instruction, subjicl pointed articles In favor of prohibition, if was killed at 1 o'clock (n the Lebanon to tba Democratic. State Convention. PERSONAL. they are rent to this office in amplo time yard while trying to mako a coupling. He form to hayc them set up without interfer- waa thrown down in doing so, and three Mu. and Mm J. W. Wallace are at trucks puaed over him, literally cutting SALE OF PERSONALTY. ing with newa matter. Dripping Sprlnca. , him in two. Hi father, Mr. Ribt. Leake, MtasiW U, A. PrtEWlTr and Joih Dale WoLronn had a terrible head put formerly lived here, but nor resides in I will aril at public suction at the oil BrliKi Farm, ntar MehluneT, ou Stone, were here Hiturday, on him by a couple of roughs at Ltxington Garrard. Brry waa a worthy young man MEnCXIANT TAILOU. MtM Lvlk UnoNfTON, of Richmond, Saturday. They were arrested and lodged and hi untimely death will be regretted litCMlny, Ncplcmbei" 11, 1SS(, ia the gueat of MIm Lula McKinney. in Jail and Mr. Wolford went over yesterMy stock, conititln; of a nlrnlot cf brood mares bv numerous friends, M laddie mare, nice and colt i, l ulco MissJiitirKomell, oftheMllledEC- - day to testify against them. Tho wound I have received and still receiving ponjr, one Tin: Governor's Bill at Crab O.ch ard phaaton good work muls, roll aaddla mare, 4 orS villa neighborhood, i the gueit of Mra. W. bow that the fellow ueed brass knuck. neadof JnntandJ net colt I yearling Jack colt, lo or 12 nitoows and calrcs, Springs Friday night waa a most magnifi T. Smith. Cot which aro thuruunbbrcils, I old ttior- Miia. 0. S NlELit addressed large audi c?nt a flair, participated in by a large num ongnnreu null, l yraruos nun cair, ai n'ca brewMrt. C E COX has gone to Louiiyllle at the Court House Saturday night ber of cilizroa of tho surrounding towns, be. ing Ewes, 25 good Hogs, 2i nice aboats, 4J acres of firm, Messrs. ence t j remain a month with hi tc. and at the Cnrltian Sunday morning in tides the several hundred guests at the corn, larmmg impitmmii, (10, cash; that amount Comprising the belt In the market, which will be Taaui: All sumi under Slritton A Tcr Inge. and otct, 99 days' credit, with Interrit on negoher usual happy and earnest style. She i charming resort. Preceding the Ball, Prea tiable notti, payib.o In tho Karmirs National Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Hono in City or Country. Mreana. Ciuiiles Sinrir.i.D and Win. by long odd tli moat efltc'.ive advocate of Ident W.T. Grant gave a complimentary Jlankofftan'ord. HA 31 JI. OIVRXH. Adklnn. cf Jiiuli!le, are the gueota of 133, td Give .He a Trial. prohibition that it follower can produce. htnquet to Governor Knott, which wra ii. T. liusn, Auctioneer frienda here. their numerous dh:. Memiu F. L TiioariON and Ditld An old colored man totally blind, Mar participated in by some 30 persona and at Pointer, ot Mt. Vernon, pawed through rn tin McCormick, who liyta near Turners-vlll- which there waa a real feast of good thinna, ha secured through hi at .orney, G. in addition to the flow of eoul. Among the route to LrtuiTilU8uuday, & CHOP. MIm Battle Paxton and W. Craig, arrears of psnsion to the amount distinguished gentlemen present were Gen. LAND, STOCK Mih.Cosjih, John B. Castleman, Gen. Simon Bollivar II.McKlncey bate been of $3,oS5.G7 and will hereafter receive $72 Mn.O. I will expose at puMIc sale to tho highest bidMr. Wui Itorilon in flarrard. per month. Tne man beloigsd to the 12th Buckner, Judge Yeager, of Mhaiesippi, der on tho prtnilttsbu Col. A. O.Talbott and others. In a toast Thnrmlny, Ncpfciiilicr 1), JSSG, Mm. Belle Weisijmiwi, of Louie-titl- Kentucky Artillery. Vl-hy- , of XOO m to tho General, Gov. Knott created much At 10 o'clock a MiUyFaru (tarrard A even of .! MIm Fronle Mulr.of Pewee and county, 8 Land, situated In ATTOKNEVa and other who have in their merriment by saying in hi usual dry man miles Weal of llrjanUTllle, ou the KIsber'i are gueita of Mra. 8. 8. Mcltobert. DEALER IN book or piper belonging ner that be knew Clen. Buckner waa a good Turnpike. The J.tnJ Is In a high state or cultl- Mies Jennie OiiAtNorn, of LoulayiHc, pc'ciion any Tation ana is very ursirai e property, rue imdwelling;, Alma Haya on to the county clerk' office will oblige me artilleryman and a firalclasa cavalry offi provements consist of a pent a few da) with Mla rooms, and painted Inby returning them in tho course of this cer and he was pleased to learn that of late side and8 outside, newly all necissry outbuilding., with her return from Crab Orchard Spring. barn, of the week, aa I with to turn over the office with he had also become an exrellent infant ry Including two laro on a aud in fac- - ovcrv c tba s Mt ANnMns.EoLOMON farm. On returned it belonging in good shape to my success- commander. It will be remembered that faira are two neier falling springs and agsod stock Waynealiurg neighborhood, hate pond. or on Monday next. J. Blain. a son and heir has just arrived to gladden e I hare also the following stock: Beven from a tiit ts Mends near Knoxtllle, 1 3 Id Jericr the General' old age. At 9 o'clock the heifer,Cows and Cilvei.steers, reford cows. Users, S Tenn. 6 long yearling 2 yearling a nun necxeu negro, was joe . were thrown yearling belters, 7 twp.year old thoroughbred Mk J.8 OwaxEY, Jn , and alitere. Mis tried Saturday for assaulting with intent to door of the large dining room old thorough arc.1 bull V) slock hellers, 1 led by Gov. Knott and hogs, 35 shoata, 10 aowa aod pli, 1 extra mare Mattie and Maggie, leare today to attend rape 13 u Thurmond, his 15 year-oluirce, open and the march, 1 mule. saTcn rni aahoot in Tennewee, the former at LebaMr. Grant, l'reildcnt Grant and Mra J- -j ear 1old combined old mare by1 Ed. Ktiuhle. 1 buggy mare, bay ware, but tho proof wa sufficient only to convict vycar om u art mare oy urennon, ani I yearling non, the Utter at XhllW. him for simple assault. He was held in Knott, begun, Afterward the econ of hor e coll. Of firming Implements, there are 1 wagau, 1 Sbrut. W.T. BoniiETT and Sam liar-r- i $50 bail, but afterward agreed to submit couple formed into set and opened the Champion mower, 1 hay rake, were here Bandar, on their way to Ball with a que irille. At midnight re Bradley Cultivator jtllrer ChllleJ plows. Ac. Also I boras and bunt, A iet f) ncrj of corn In the evidence to Judge Varnon, who flaed the former to attend the Eipo him $20 and costs. freabments vtf re served and the dance rt- - the field, a lot of oats and biy and a mll trjot of sirghum. T.rmj male known on day ol sale tale alilor; the Utter to enter eohool. eumsd till a later hour. We copy from the without reserve. Bf'.VA, J, t The most laughable discussion of the Courier Journal list of the ladies and their T. 1 EhoLiaii, Auctioneer. Mm. II. J- Poteet and Miea Maud for a prohibition question yet presented was be coetumes the following: W. B. MeKlNKEY, 1 Mrlea and Mary Poteet JOUN BRKJUr, j Salesmen. in Lancaster, twecn Rev. G. W. Boiling and George W. Mrs. W.T. Hrant, LouUtMs, black velTet two eek' tIU to friend roi colored litln embrolilort J In jet; iliaGentry, colored citizens, in the Court-Hoii'- c Stanford and HuaonTille-rHodib- arg Friday night, the former advocat- oionili. AJJis OtUntiflmer, Crab Orchard, Swln Djmocrat. MIm ing "dry" and the latter "wet." Eich tnutllo andelrgcnt diamonds. Pnor. W. B Mundelle and hta compwed ol Mewra. William. nude the other' fur fly, the Mlii MataloChenault, Fort Scott, Eai., rlnk and blue silk, lacs; diamonds. and Miller (topped on their champion cfeich claiming a victory for Oreo, Coier Mlit Mar Kerfuton, Covington, file blue Short Horn Cattle, Trotting point lace. return from Hock Cwtlc Spring and piay-- their man. Mis Ada Laoeuian, Cincinnati, white cmbrold for the impromptu hop lait night. The heavieit rain storm that has visit Stock, Mia Maud Wooiwon, one of the ed thla section for along time began Sun- ered mull; natural flower. Dealers 'n all klaa jf black illk MlasDalir liumtlde.titanlord, bandaomct and mot attractive of Crab day afternoon and fell at interval till hand.palnted tube rtwea. 1MB Orchard' many fair guests this eaeon, re- last evening Tbo St. Asaph got on the Mist HuwaJo Jlesxler, Stantord, wblte allk, LouiaTille, Situr diamond!turned to her home in biggest kind of a tear and the streets were earl trlramtngi; Mlu Mattle Mc.VlUtsr, DanTlllc.blue allk tulle, Other Valuable Personal Property. day. She p'aTid haroc with more than like unto a canal, The store rooms in draperr pautl of pink cruihed rciea; dlamondi. n one heir. the Karris A Ramsev block were flooded, MlnJennlo Grainger, LouIitMs, Qto. L Penny l confined lohiibed tho water running through Wearen A lurah allk brocade, with diamonds. As Elector oftbe Estate of FI. A. Mcrin.dc- Mrs. Oov. Knott, green velret, with crlnuon with malarial fef cr. Mr. W. F. McClarT and B K- Wearen' sir inches deep ceasvj, f will on pluih front en train; diamonds. at Mt XenU for umi-iwillcoMlucthlaachool mywisssy Considerable damage wai done in the counMrs WlckllQe Chapman, Frankfor t, white allk, for the next two week, or until the try. him Tnemlny, October 51h, 1SSO, pearl trlmmlngi; diamond. Miss Annlo Buchanan, cream surah , w hlto fiath trmttea of Stanford chool diitrlct make so far ap- era In graceful feitoom over the skirt I root, de Co The Master nrraosomenla for hlw to teach the public mile from Silver At his late residence pointed by Judge T. 7 Morrow aro for lette, diamonds. Crtek dspot on Kentucky Central railroad, abiut school 7 miles south of UlchnnuJ, Ky , otfrr at p.ibllc Annlo Logan, Knaxrlllo, Tenn., pink sale -- Mrw Walleii Chenault, Miwea Linooln, Georgo M Dividton; Boyle, Lo Mlu pluib, crjital laco catnllc; dlamondi. ruby Cnenault and Linio gan McKei: Wayne, John W. Tttttle; Mlaa Chios Leg an, HuttonTllle, white cathmerc, Mamie and Hallle Short-Hor- n a en train, bodlco dceolctte, ponpoEicf white os- 60 K. McClary. There and Mary Bwtley left for Fort Scott, Ke., Roskcaitlc J. sharp fight for the office in Garrard be- trich feathery pearls. ytaterdiy. The two latter are daughter Burn-sid- e. We were much pleased to meet again Conttstlneofchotco representatives of the Roseot and go to attend tween George Denny, Sr , and R. A. olMr.fi B. In Caiey it is likclv that the prof-e- Co'. Wlcklifle Chapman, Assistant to Adju Sharon, Young Mary, Pblllls, Mazurka and other Hudson, of Harrard, ichcol. Mr. Morgan families. Among them aro encumbent, G. A. Prewitt, will be re- tint Gecoral Castleman, once a news ot thla heifer was Imported RotkI Lustre; the dam and li ol excellent old came over to ee them ofl. many in The Pulaski and Rus?ell appoint- paper man himself. He wa9 accompanied Scotch blood, embracing Rosa of prize wlnnora Ima ticarlsta, an aafa&i-igeSthat country. AlnKod MimKma P. i'EVTOH, naturally a tained. by his beautiful and charming wife, who ported cow, and her three heifer calves. f, ment are unannounced. with the thorough little artUt who has great care and All are selected and bred with was one of the mot elet.fitly dreseed la- allot the ajoJ cattle are recorded In the herd made herll meat cf fine teacher A Com tlaint. Capt. Richard ask our books and the cntlro herd is eligible to record. dled at the ball. takMIIIKK) proficient in the accomplishment, has aid in abating a nuisance He says that Mr. D. T. Fackler, of Danville, waa Catalogue! can be hid upon application. of the en charge of the Art Department men will driye up in front of the post nrerent and baskini; in the sweet smiles of Tullaboma, Tcnn., Normal School, Prof. office and leave their horse and vehicles AlsolOheJdofyouDj, well bred that lovely brunette, Mis Jennie Merrell, S.J. Farri, principal, and writes that she standing for hours, completely shutting of Mississippi. pUawd with her "urroundlog. U much out ladies who drive in from tho country Gen, Castleman said that the fellow who -- One of the pleankntest HUto partlea for their mail. The Cap', is a most accom is unaccustomed to dancing but attempts Coal, t.uaiber. Gritlu, Wool, Seeds, in for a long modating man and a gallant ono withal, we have participated Hylas, twooftneia out of a mare that FourFillleaby Springe but it trie his patieuce to have to thread It nn rsra occasions with a lacv who has a by Curtis' llauibletoalan. Also time was that to Crab Orchard train a lone ai the moral law, auflera lit Friday night to take in the Governors his way through a labyrinth of vehicles to erallv the tortures of the damned. And wo 14 Imp. and Registered Shropshire Hartake pen, Ink and book for some lady to bail. It was gotlen up by Mr, Frank furnished sign for a money order as ho has often to can name moro than one who can testify down Sheep, ris and Capt. Smith Irwin, who that the statement is not overdrawn, for the following Invited do. Leave your horse somewhere else. a special train Mra, R. 8. DEATHS. guestf. J. T. O'Hern and wife, The charge that corporations have no Ewos, Capt. and Mrs. J. E Duke, Mls Stader, Illness of only three or four After an to the Louisville & Mattie Brewer, Mr. 8. P. Stagg, Mr. souls docs not apply Ia only just but ex days, of typhoid flux, Allio R. Waters, eldOno Yoko of Work Oxon, Smith Irwin. Mr and Mr. W.O. Wherrllt, Nashville, which not Ml ceediofily liberal with its employes. Capt. est ton of Geo. R and Rhoda Waters, died Mary Brown, Dr. Hugh Raid, Miss on Sunday afternoon, in the 10;h year cf Ella Raaer, J 8 Ric. M. F. Unlet, Smith Irwin tells us that notwithstand- hisBge Two of the most skillful physi- Eight Extra Oood Work Mule.", O ing Mrs, L B. Hutrhes had no legal claim Mis Anna Crow, Mitt Wood3n, V. of Danville failed lo arrest the prog- Walton, MU Wbcrritt and whatever Bgalost the Company for the ac- cians Irwin, E.C j jiikilling of her husband, it not only rers of the dissase from the first of his illcidental 20 Extra Good N. Y. Fat Cattle, Mr. Wherrllt. telegraph operator on the 8aper, Wines. Wall DritRH, paid all the burial expenses, which includ ness. Ho was InMfriieir''"' LUiuur, IJO)UH, Chcuilcnla, LOCAL MATTERS. Jlzai-Med a handsome coffln, but presented her Cincinnati Southern, located at Georco Poeliei. Stationery, PaliitH, lnitli-rtown recently and later at nigh Bridge.and One Hiiutlrcd Acres of Corn, 50 Tons Tobaccos HoupR, Oils, Waters A WearenV.' with 5200. The Captain says ho nover Fnnsu Cindle at or Hay, .Tlactilii Perrnmery, Fire a raoro liberal company, nor was highly nrizad by tho ofihers of that worked for ceiittis. at Bruce A ooe which treated it emyloye eo well in road, Ho had been a member of the Btp-ti- st New Stock of School Shorn Dcpartiuunt Is in Charge ot Col onr Tr.wr.lrv Kllverivaro ami Optical Goods (J,0Cks Caurch since arly childhood, And his FariiiliiR Implement!", i best every respect. In addition to the above M !l"u . McRoberla'. Til 09 was in the straight and narrow Lir,catcr a nd Lebanon flour Capt Irwin raised more than $100 from tho daily wak stylo. . At 1 Itocltnwny mid Road Cnrf, 1V! Lmisoton, tt nen torn ounuay mat me iirjie railroad men, who are always generous and pain. at Water & Waren'. of parting had almost arrived, he looked charitable. Stan-for- d Six bulldirB lots for sue between death cooly in the face and said ho was Tctmi liberal and made known on Any of tale. The Best W.O. Mullins, who was honorably ac willing to ga, telling each one by his bed- Bale to commence at 0 o'clock a, u. and Rowland. H. J. Drt. of the charge of rape, brought by a quitted Waterproof Jl.F.AItlWCKLK, side good bye, with tho hope and assuranco FoumEKN shares of Farmer Executor ol II. A, Moran. woman, at Livingston, was in to Stanford bonds (one designing that only a christian can, and expressing Coat, stock aod five citj of reo ua in regard to the matter. He says ii i .that hia.only regret was that he could not a drr In hundred dollars) will be sold court day.' clT as stated, but being a anu he did not run liye to work for bis deyoled mother when At the tame tlmo and place, I will, ssgnarJIin 2,454- -., UIM. of U, The person holdinr; ticket No. pleare brakeman was simply off with his train, the autumn of her life shall have arrived. ot tho Infant chtllren Msran,A. Moran, dec'd,and asagent of Jin. J. 11. nn which drew the biiecy "ill Tbero were absolutely no real grounds for After a funeral discourse by Rev. P. T. take tbo buBB7- - D- - the damaging reports that reachod us and bring it fjrwsrd and Hale at hb father'.) residence in Boyle yts KIrbs.' we are glad to set tho men right. In this terday, bis remiina were laid to rest in . W. lOvaLEV&CnAichsve just received a connection it may not bo out of place to BufJalo Cemotery. Tor a term of two yean, Elchtoon Profossors ana insirucioru.o.. hr1.nme line of fall calioo. e"ig - stato that it is never our intention to do Forty-ni- ne Englneerlng.Classtcal, Kornal School, of snails aro consumed tons Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, of do- any one an injustice in a publication, but hanis,&c. Also a full assortment during their eeaion. They Hundred Acres Land ready alwnyo to dally in Taris Fifteen give the news as wo gel it, mtstlc of all klnd urnholled in fiveor six waters, extracted when convinced of error, Brothers' Shoe do the proper thing the shell, dressed with fresh butter Owned and occupied by decedent at thn time of from r-- r My fall line of Zsifiler cntniosi ;r,'t rtJ: rait term r7m. nc,,t. Bin. tflRO. I if the aggrieved party will, like Mr. Mul- and garlic, then replaced In tho shell, cov- - hit death, prorlded tee at t not rented prlrete arrived yeterdny and are now opened. -- " m before taat Umt. anu j rfvuurt call lins, pre'ent his cao in a straightforward nri! nits n.rlcv unit to F. AIUIVCIILE. invite mv nnstnmsrs and all others hnally eiwmered In white wine. and gentlemanly wanner exautinu iuu. b. II. Saanki'. and Dnixic Jlijati not! Pe Knni: Wtnren. Water A apt minus of tbo excellent work done br the conlractora for Mr. Blain'a bonne The pnb icmion of t dluMing ''Fal A. we failed to plto due credit to Mr. con"iltniribe (Kainsl Rtv. Geo. 0. Barnes Wrlcrht. Irin rmrlnr nt Mr. RtnT and It not a creditable act ofjuurnsllsm on tt e In our notice I it 0 Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S " hand-potno- ly jK jH sleria RUPIalS-g'-- Centaur Liniment tho most wonderful has ever known. tho H. C. tk 1 New Goods for Spring and Summer,o. PUBLIC SALE e, euplby. vb-itio- e, w. mma IPiiiiips;9 Urst-claa- a two-itor- y nf first-clas- Hardware, Farzning Iniple- menfs, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, high-erad- two-ye- d 1 Lou-lirlll- J. Elevators, Older Ie4-3- - trt to-d- ay ti, PUBLIC SALE tra ei wmi m svn MQIEFEE, tla-u- -- Farming Implements and Ma chin ery Nile-gree- Men-efce- 'e - one-ha- lf b-- tu-ra- h, 1 head Cattle Bley nl 3&e Buggies Spring VlTagons, Btxpk Boards, Farm Fed. Etc Trotting Stock! M'ROBERTS, A Lot of Fine Southdown Opera House Block, & STAGG, tanftyti. Ky., tumps, Ann, .ll vrimr Al- Bk RfflS?; HtLLLLBspi 7sTO immmmmm RENT PUBLICLY TATE COLLEGE of KERITUOKY ji'- Hm 'JgS iHOxu-cruBQ- t J. HMIMCHJIU'tllB . iju-- - zxrzrzr, r spwm )'inmyinaM wiw n n issui in -- - y Wswtw f JM TUB' Sewi-ffittttMBSuttiwr Sownai j THE HCURCWS IN NEW YORK. MANUAL TRAINING. ONE OF THE CHIEF OUR EDUCATIONAL ABOUT EXPLOSIVES. AN ENTHUSIASTIC DOCTOR WHO IS BOYCOTTED. PRACTICALLY the Shop. o Lying DIl. W. B. PENNY, mid PAlaos Steamers. Low DENTIST, There is not n child in tho world that ought Vow Trip per Wk Bstwssa Around Loose An Interesting Chat Htantorrt, to try to llvo by his wits alono; nor ono who Kont uolcy. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Concerning GnnpomlcrA I.lttlo Ex ought to bo compelled to llvo by tho work of lierlmciit Kxplnnatlon of n Mystery. his hands alone. Most boys that enter our souse, vartaa urj. I. uoaa.ai wsir, uuuai ..m.i iMinnren. schools havo to grow up to tho Idea that they Dr. Cyrus EiLn,of the health department, ITrsrr West: Say Bslwean iflsssssssssssssssssssssr aro to work with their hands. It follows b.an enthusiast on tho subject of explosives. DETROIT AND CLEVELAND that a fow aro to grow up to tho idea that Ho conies by his taste through his Intimacy eJpMial BonJsyTrlrs dnrtm July and Aorul. they need not toll at all with their hands. So with Lieut. Zaltnski, of the artillery, tho dynOUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS wo havo in our educational system t' look amiter of tho United States nnny. Tho two Sales and XximoBTIskUwlUbfurnlaad out to educate our two classes; our high casto aro interested in more than ono infernal matrrourTlokttJlfSDl,ora4drsa and low casto boys and girls. Naturally, tho chine designed to destroy mora lives in war i C. 0. WMITCOMO, Qin'l Psii. A(sM. ono casto will desplso tho other; nnd tho other limes than tho doctor's activity in hunting & Cleveland Steam Office on Lancaster streflt, text door to will iKiy lack with hate. So, by nnd by, you down food adulterators has saved in days of Ikt. Detroit DETROIT, MICH, Nav. Co, aiORJoi'KKAt, office. Office hours from 8 toU A gee your social division or laborers ona peace The clerks nt tho sanitary headquaru. and 1 to fi r. ii. Anesthetics administered wher and w 1th it tho moral dynamite of XVJAH1 THAT SHIRT aecenarr. ters give Dr. Kelson's desk a wido berth, for 1164-leternal dislike. its secret draw era aro known to contain dynaCommon education is not education nt all, mite, nitroglycerine and giant powder enough W. ILJUhbUlt. UKO S CAUPKNTEll. when it has taught rending, writing nud tho in various forms to blow Gen. Khaler's health usual school curriculum. Tho iwor boy goes brigado into tho middlo of next week. On out of tho schoolhoue, ami lie must llvo quiet afternoons, when the army of clerks and thereafter by means of tliat part that is not employes has cleared out. Dr. "Edson enjoys Thlst roJcmTfrTr(i a tnsmlolpurltj, educated his hands. Ho cannot uso tho strrogtb and vholtscmcnps;. More eronotnlrsi llttio nrivnto wances with his pet playthings. education, or what you have given him for thin the ordinary kind, and can not le sold came upon the doctor on ono of A coiupctllon with tho multitude of low test .short education, nt nil; or if at all, so little that weight alum or phosphate powders. Soldonlr Id Huso occasions and found him assorting littlo KTANFOHII, 1,1C0!.M 10 , KV. it chnfw at him nt his dally tod. HI edu- canr. piles of what appeared to be coal ground into Kuril. lUKiao powdks O. IOC Wall Ulrevt, Ktw YorV cated brain is angry. He is obliged tocomo On one hide lay different sizes and shape. Office, Seuth Side Mala Slrwt.oTer First Natloo-a- l down to an uneducated (tart of his body for half a doaen of sticks of candy wrapped in lltDk. life's living. Is tho rich boy any better oITf tissue pajier. Tho doctor often seizes lots of Kanni. loeludIri2 sounanr tha flnrtt niu.rir... Ho goes out not comjiellod to toll with hi oioes: tarms in lanirsl Kcnluedr, Tewa Ils candy, nud llio rejiorter made n grab for one. snd lleildsntes. Timber and Mineral Lands for hands; but what can his bruin do alone I Tho Dr. EtUon stayed his hand. (ale on coiumlnloa. jiKX-- i iVJliml IJA. ''-- poor skull full of protoplasm isdrlvon to take "You'd better," ho wid, 'leave that to For further particulars send for printed descrip9SNf' up with a profession, or to dabble in some tion nf this stvllon and of rruperllei for ssle. others to chew. That 'candy' li nitroglycer1M4M In time. Kidney diseases may bo prevented I'liATT, LOVISVIIsIsi:. sort of speculation. rioiM up inn convenient cartridge, and ine But does manual training not liveon that by purifying, renewing, and invigorating one pita of It would blow you and mo and tho loy or girl educated to use tools must Ihoblood with Ayer's Sarsaparlll.v. When, all of this room into such small bits that tlioy 1C1.NTUCKY a mechanic! Of the graduate of tlw through debility, tho action of the kidneys would havo to carry us homo in a bag what admirablo school connected w lth Washington was left of us. A very small bag would prob Agricultural Is perverted, these organs rob the blood of Mechanical university nt tho last commencement, "one inably da However, you need not bo afraid. Its needed constituent, albumen, which ii tends to bo a physician, another a dentist, an will only explode by detonation. NeverIt other a lawyer. Some half dozen expect n passed off In tho urine, whilo worn out theless it Is safer not to fool with it. But, LEXINGTON. - KEMDIHIY. E. FJ. BURNBI17E', commercial pursuit; two will raise stock or matter, which they should carry off from look lure! 'Wlia' do you suppose this isi" the blood, is allowed to remain. By the become farmers; several hojio to liecomo enpointing to the little honpet of black grains on Cor. Courier-Jourua- l. gineers; three aspire to be architect; four or ue of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys AUGUST 31 & SEP!'. 1. 3, 3 AND 4, the desk. Thin Old Woll - Known llvo will work for n while In machine shops, Warned by exixirience, tho reixrter ad-- . aic restore to proper action, and AlbuUusliu'ss l'rlnrlplos in Horse Kariiip Hotol Still Maintains its Corapelltoln opeo'to the World free. while fifteen or more intend to mako a higher minuria, or initted that it might lw anything. TTT. "Why are you more sucoemfnl in horm ' ooTwo lUcucsch dj. -- uu High Roputfttion, A CHAT ABOUT OUXPOWDEU. racing than the-- ) wealthier men who havo coursoof study, either ut the unhorstty or ckew here.'' SpecUl traltn on all railroads st rediirtd rslrs. AND "Well," mused tho doctor, "from tho looks, unlimited capital to pitrchasu horses and Itet no noDotxo Tim fact. First iMy ihorlhojQ Cattle rerte. Herelords. X so it might. Ai it appears, it is powder. on them;" was recently asked of one of tho lt .crmined that "A loy who sees nothing in manual labor Kloral Ualt ppen the first day, mid will be a leat. These little black heap represent successivo Dwyer brothers. oond to no Country . TZ stages of human progress in tie science of "Simply because we make this our business. but, brute force despises both tho lnlor and ureof thefilr. Is preieutod. Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Ayer's Sarsaparllla nlso Ills neighbor as ho is straining stables ourselves and givo tho laborer." There is no dodging tho fact MAJOIt I. P. JOIINsTON, PrtildeBt Wo look after our doing unto "ZZT Appointments, or Atton- prevents Inflammation of tbo kidneys, and THOMAS U Mi ..TIN, frPtretety . over our horse We do that our 'icducntsl classes'' despfco labor. other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas. overy nerve to avoid being done by. Seo ersonal sutxrvi.-io- n tlon to Comfort of You cannot get around it. For a collego this heap of black pebbles, like black yeas of not interfere with our trainers unlom they go thoir Gaeiti. W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica riaiu, graduate to becomo a manual laborer is conerratic (shape. That is tho common, coarse against our judgment. Then wo havo our Jl.tss., writes: "I have had a complica! ordtianco powder for field guns. This, that way. We do not trust anybody's opinion but sidered coming down. Until vary recently tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble looks like bituminous nut coal, w ithout glos our own, ami wo know for ourMves the con- tlie crowd from our collegw went nowlicre 'r,V Traielers. The it Conmerrlal.trerlsl aeco.iimodatloa Slowly this U has been with my kidneys. Four bottles odges, is what they give tho big guns dition of our horses and just exactly what but Into the professions. or thorp liar will Tonrjr rrmltlloi; us alwajs mppIUJ wlih tne ckiricMi also run strictly upon changing, but thore Is still tho prejudice and of Ayer's Snrsnparllla made me feel like to make them bnrk; and this you thought they can do. Thoy are tlie sharp division. Manual labor schools wa a new peron; m well and strong a 'irk collco grounds is tho mortar" their merits. Then wo buy tho best, take tho 'JPKIIfcEJE. lowdtv iv ' omb guns with very short bow. best possible cans of them, and start our have it for their inLssiou to break up this ever." W. 31. McDonald, id Summer st., Tho Iwst brains are finding It has pn.i , m eiiergy, bums quickly, ns horses under the boot possible conditions. Wo We will send I b Huston, MaM.,had been troubled for years P D tho wnall grains present the largest surface to never ask n trainer what our horse can do. it ndvnutngeous also to have the best lmnds. ? with Kidney Complaint. Ily the Use of Our lives under the stress of the older eduSemi-Woekl- y tho action of the lire. I say quick burning. We make it a business to know ourselves just ii i II Interior Journal Ajcr' S inairlllu, he not only All powder burns quickly to the eye; but oxactly the shnie they aro in. In other cation brought tlte nerves to the front. Tho "iMuo-t.ras- h Home." wo Iwaln ran away with us. The tendency has science distinguishes easily between tho real words, we do this business just exactly ns Atd the New York World one rear and a been to alsorb all the vitality In tliat ono nnd the apparent, and the terms quick burn- would any other. Bhortost and Quickest Rmiui from 0 ing nnd slow burning, as applied to xwder, "Ever since wo began to run horses we havo organ. Our hair falls out with our teeth. tlie dlsae from ftMuinlmr a ital form, HISTORY tral KontucKj to Ml Points North, OP THE UNITED 5TAI2S, Is applied to it exnetly the same biuinew rules Our eye ore failing and our sene of stnelL aro not nrhmoiiier. Tho dilfctiwe Lait, Woit and Boathweet. Our endurance is not equal to that of our but was restored to perfect health. John KxprestpAld. Iiound la leaibvretu tr call. cllt. a very important one. Tlie small grain that are inseparable from a succoKful con- fa tliers. Athletics liave done something 3IcLcllnn, cor. Urlilgo and Third M., Ojr0o,-MjnooutiJala W Hn eoitratlMi. It Kat Met tStwn powders that Hash quickly wero never to duct of any busim-Hmatter. If we did the Is the must oeroprebeiulre wort: of tkc klod Lowell, 3Ia., writes: "For several year Hut it be counted on. Every onco in a while they way the wealthy men do we wouldn't have toward comiRttDmtive readjustment. Isoldes Mat hlttorf la themdlnarf tvm, JLKXI.TO.V .1: 1I3CI.3ATJ. I suffered from Dyspep! nud Khlnvy burst tlie gun. Why tliey did it was a mys any stable at all. If we drovu down here is noeeseary that our school system shall lo ll Is a condensed uwtra'r Clo iu'tiM.jnirt. fcltetlBl Id Usct May Conpiaiut, tho latter being so severe at Isl. tery, until an apparatus was invented that jut lieforo tlie races and looked our stock wholly remodeled. We must not onlylKno Worfrfe tha ruhi to withdraw this offer without notice, hi remit at one. physiology ami hygiene taught, Uit mtut measured accurately the pressure exerted o over, and tlien went over to tho track nnd times that I rould scarcely attend to my W. 1 WALTUN, aunlotd, Ky. havo It practiced in body culture. ' T7oTT,'l?oTT-a gun barrel by the explosion of a given amused ourselves for the afternoon nnd rewrrk. 3fy appetite was poor, Mid I was hV.II Hoorn-lk-uvInduration, instead of undermining health, amount of ponder. Then it was found that turned to New York in the evening, it inach imaoiatid; but by ulii; Bur. Ilally lit. Hub. the pressure varieil enormously under exactly wouldn't be a great while beforo somebody should create liealth nnd character. It is Ltc. CoTlujtsn... 10 awl similar circumstances. Careful exierlments elso would havo our horses, becauso we are absurd to say you linvo taught or trained n 3 00 " FalfflMtk au ft II nn a n pu led up to tlie discovery that, in the ilrlng of a obliged to accumulate our bank uccouut from boy when you havo only Imlf 1;I1I1 him. CyBltilaiia . tap. 54 is ppa Wliat liavo you educated! The turkey is in charge of Urge grained powder, the part of it tho performances of tho animals we buy, 1'arls 18 '" Lexlagtia.. Ml n .a lu .. . H .. li p te I. i. nearest the oitit of ignition at times, by ex- train and run. The wealthy men with capi- stuffed, let us kill him outright. No child Ii. i. 'WII 17 t m t 10 l. iii Lre. ploding, mluctd tho size of the grains in the tal are content with the sport anil comfort should tie confined to n book over one hour II IV I H II l&M.r Louisville & Nashville R. R. Arr. I'srls. in a day. Play should le n ret of the charge to dust, thereby presenting they get out of their stables, and have tho re- conscutivi ly enforced X&rr-.- 'i 2 ;''! i? curriculum. Dutliow -- TUB (IRKAT- suddenly an enormous surface to combustion sources to replenish them, whetlwr they make port of tlie tDtMi :..i 5 ot pSi:::::::: admirably manual training supplements or more violent results than nnticl-patewith far money or not. It lias become a popular Stan lard L.... .." '."""" my appetite and dltUm improud, and CMpn thing to talk of tho Dwyer'u luck. There is complements brain training. Let them go TRUNK LIN i.t Klchtuoud.. 1 09 p in my health lus been perfectly restored." from the shop to thulr books and back again. Tho doctor put into the hand of tho Arr. Merra no chance in whatever success wo may have. 7 p tn " Mtlagilim., a o a ui Sold by all Druggists. tmp Tiinouaii thu snors. 10 TUt two little lumps of what appeared to It has simply come from hard work and atLot us look n llttio moro into detniL Lot lw stovo iwllsh, ono resembling exactly a tention to business. In fact, I think wo havo i'ricc $1; Six bottles, $5. round mukket bullet fresh from tho mould had our share of had luck." Philadelphia us enter Professor Woodwnrd's school shojie, No. S No. II ' No. I Prepared by Dr. J. C. A v er & Co., Lowell, if you prefer to cull it. Tho carpenter shop nnd with tho rough edges adhering yet, tho Times. 3Jas., U. S. A. nil sorts of saws, squares, hovels, gauges, other a good sized marhlo that had been Lto. UTlniiton., CO n' --..., I'ntrlck's Certlllcnto or JIonrMy. rriTii hammers, mnllets, rules, planes, chisel, bits, forced into hexagonal form at both jwlts 10 V irra Arr. WchiEoikl .... n tja , Patrick applied for a situation as porter for hatchets. The most beautiful thing hero is w hen soft. "Put in that shajx?," he resumed, Uowland "tho powder hums with n more uniform ami a wholesale store. order all tho tool in good condition and in 7 JO a m Pullman Palace Sleepers, l.re. Unrsjier " S II "Patrick, I'm afraid youYo not strictly their own places. I hardly ever saw a study, constantly increasing pressure. It no longer Arr. UMiruond. ... II 00 aul am ilashas, but burns. Look!" and, suiting tho honest." whore tho brain ruled alone, that was deLoiiIhvIWu Lyr. niebiHoad .... 1 10 p "Faith an' phy does yo bo tliinkln' Oi'mnot cently kept. Scholars nro proverbially lacktai 1 M nclion to the word, Dr. Edson held ono of the Arr. Winchester.. .' 3 io pml TOO a ta to XllNlsYillC, an bullet shaped grains over a lighted gas jet on honest ing in tidiness. I am afraid, professor, theso Arr Psrls i 130 pm 8 (0 a ra MciiiplilM, tho end of a stick. In a moment it blazed up - "Well, I've heard sorno whisperings that boys will never lw literary, they ore too orTo strengthen tho stomach, create an l.re. Lexington Atlanta, Hffrkiiftrit,iAi- ui, It i P so' 7 2S a is 3 40 piu and ilew Uko a burning meteor, throwing oft" you were a llttio unreliable when nt your derly. Woodturnlng not so many tools; 1.to Paris appetite, nnd remove the horrible depres.., S SO P m 8 lii a S pin " Cynthlaua clouds of smoke, across the room. It burned last place. I must havo n perfectly honest but system ns U'foiv. 3 M p in 8 Ma , My boy Fritz can 4 17 pm sion and despondency which result from " Kalraoulh.. Koch, Arr. CoTlBsWin 47 ! IH,16 0)a lu! 8 IS pm nil tho way across, and was consumed before man here." scarcely contain himself; if this lw study, if I Indigestion, there I nothing so effective .. "Faith nn' Oi can show yo n certificate of this be school, how delightful! Tho horror of (IrlcauH. JUL r.m it reached the door, leaving no mark where it 'lohllu unit as Ayer's Pills. These Pills contain no honosty that'll mako yo chango yer moind two things broods over tbo ordinary school fell. calomel or other poNonous dm?, act AT.SVII.Ln IlIIANCH, sllenoe anil primness. I wasted ten years In 'They havo since improved even on that,' molghty quick." OdIj one chaoge to points to directly on tho digestive and assimilative He then drew out a dirty piece of paper school Ixvauso thww nightmares wero insuffer-nblwid the doctor, "nnd made a jiowder of enorT,;No--sr organs, and restore health nnd strength to mous ileiioity by iip,wiiijr I, with hy. containing word of tho greatest praiso of But I was fortunately puny. Fritz I Kk. 8a.ni. Hud n great, rugged anil awfully uetlvo pleco of tho entire system. T. P. Homier, Cluster, drnulic pressure into certain peculiar shapes, himself. "Who wrote this, Patrick nud now the sudden high pressure explosives machinery. "If ou wMi to koep'that watch Lt CoTlBstSB. .. Pa., writes: "I lmve Used Ayer's Pills 3 00 p'a " " taxliuton "Who wrote it Ol did, aro of rare occurrence, though they do occur in good order, sir, you must not let it run 7 a m 4 31 pra for the past 00 years, and nm satisfied " l'rls "Oh, ho! is n eertilleato of your own writ- down." Just mi, Fritz w ill be spoiled if you Mill." Now York Mail and Express. 8 II a u 8 20 p m "" Becking liouitaoa the line ot this rosd will iccclei ArrMlllrrUiig ..' If it I should not havo been alive 8 It a in 8 41 p ra ing a proof of your honesty I" stop him. spetlsl rats. had not been for thein. They """" " 9 01 a mi n os ii in " Jo'utoa.... "It U, sor; because sir, Ui know more about Sc AnntiofthH Coupiij fjr rates, root. Ijtnmrtliiu anil tlie Ainnziini, The forge. Ah, hero wo come to life I B 48 a ml C 36 pm " Ac, or writo Latnorttae's new statue, recently innugu-nt- mesilf tlian any other mon do; an', begorry, Strike while the Iron is hot! Be alive, boys! C P A TMOItt, (. V A T. A 'U2JJL7 Jojmb J at Vamy, has trttrnetod to the stirface u if Ol wusn't honest Oi wouldn't bo after How their eyes sparkle, like the sjiarks from LoulsTllle. Iiy NsrsrrKoTxr tovTii.gorxn. the blows. Mrs. Lillyiwugh, your son hero gmt many queer stories of incidents in the' tellin' yo Oi writ it mosilf." Dally Dally "Well, I'll try you, Patrick."-Kentu- cky will surely get his hand. solhvl, but, my I.x. hun i:x. 8un IIU of the jioet. Among tho rest there Is one THE State Journal. glory! wlwt hand ho will hue. Such n told of hU reception of n deputation of I.Te Marirllie mo of Dyspepsia when nil other remedies 5Ws r.ijn Uprc " JoLdiou tender love In thuml nnd such grip of truth I "Yawivienne," furious female HejHibllennsof fi 37 a nil 1 st) p failed, nud their occasional uso 1ms kept ,0 " CarIMn Tliu AVoislilp of 5liii$li. . You w ill bo glad by and by to feel hi grand 7 36 a m 1 23 p tho jwtroleuM type. Tho captain was the ui mo In n healthy condition ever since." " Jtlllenburc This sho-- h is a reptile worthy of homage, arm around you in your old age. I hate 7 44ais2B0pn spokeswoman. She told him that the n Arr I'arlr L. N. Smith, Utlea, N. Y., writes: "I 8 10 a in 3 IS pw and may be accepted wit sout hesitation nnd musty little boy, done up in Pond's extinct, " Iiitntru. . come to endeavor to tell him 0 Ma in a io pm have ued Ayer's Pills, for Liver trouble " r'Tini,i0 .. how much they loved him. "There are fifty in defiance of all sea serpent, iast and fu- and not nblo to carry hU Latin dictionary. SO a M fi noji ra snaku on record. When The machine shop lathi, planes, and Indigestion, a good many jears, mid of us here," she added, "and our mission is, in ture, a tho grenttt drill and nuTK. lnutitS and re dalir Vishnu and the gal to extort from tho what i all tlw time touching the boy's imagw( havo nlwaj found them prompt and the iinmo of all the others, to kls you." Thlj ilun nn the ichor of immortality they plm-- up ination, power. Everything t clllelcnt In their action." Itlehard NorrN, tirsFfit Hnnl is conannouncement made the oet Mhuddrr. The Illr(V-- rurtr ulU.,.. . .... . from the Himalayan rouge the biggest moun- summated nnd f iimmed vp in a steam ongim. Lynn, 3Iass., writes: "Aftc r much suffercaptain of the gang was tolerably tain in it, and this they make their churn, Howl should like to lesurrect Adam I I but the others wero n horrible-looking- , ing, I havo been cured of Dispcpsla nnd whilo around it, a tho strongest tiukle they mean that Adam who BUUMiHSrKh and fht took n stono and Liver troubles set of viragoes. could think of, they bound tho t shoxh. fixed a handle to it to break and pound with. He was equal to tho emergen"'. "CitiAnd tho gods took hold of the head, and tho I would like to have him come in hero with zens,'' said ho, "I thank you from tho lottom 0 of my heart. This is certainly the happiest devils tool; hold of tho tail, and, iiltematcly me and whs what his first hnuiner, innde D. o. years ago, has come to what is going to day of my life; but lwrtnit ma to say that tugging, they made the mountain spin round ."luuan iicauia and bauii.iro "l,.i..i to an; .T" ". and round until tho sea was churned into come to can you gues. p. p." in patriots like you cannot lw treated BVA.Nl'OnD, KY. compan,zl!0,rar,",'U"' Ajcr's Pills. They havo done mo moro froth, nnd from tho churning camo up all r rgttit of tho a women. You must lw regarded as men; . F. D. MDItRK. good than any other medicine I havo ever nnd, since men do not kis one another, we tho treasure of tho deep, and tho most prerinn.ll... 1. ...... V. A.KEFI.CY. cious possessions of man, and last of all imtaken." John Uurdctt, Troy, Iowa, mutt content ourselves with n hearty W. WALTON. f tie Flirtation. JIo Ilroko L'p mortality. Tho gods and tho duvil scram, -The ladles considered themselves writes : " For nearly two year my life A husliand who was apprised of his wlfo's nil tho good things, but nothing highly complimented. "eneralonice.. CuTlngio'n, Ky. "Vivo Lamartlnol" bled for was rendered miserable hy tho horrors of Is . flirtation with tho handsomo basso of a comic puhllahed CTery Tuolay nnd Friday at the they shouted, and each ono of them grosjxxl moro is said of tho serpent who had been so ojicra company nt Long Branch, wired her Dyspepsia. 3Icdlcal treatment afforded low price or his hand. When they wero gone ho looked useful, nor what ho got for hi services. An- that ho would run down from Now mo only temporary relief, nnd I bpcamo York and liko n man who had jut escaped from n tiquaries in tho west inclined to think that ho nrrivo at Long Branch at l);17. TWO DOIXAItS YIOUC. Instead ho reduced In flesh, nnd very much debiliremained in tho sea and became tho kraken, deadly jieril. Now York Sun. buttho Nngasbellovo him to bo still under arrived early in tlie afternoon nnd saw her tated. A friend of mine, who had been ENGLIRU . , ,7;.7,' ,., in oriti.,,,1 , tho hills, dispensing fate by tha light of a dia- drlvo off in the family cqulpago with tho similarly nllllcted, advised mo to try ff-n- l ,, nil . A Cruel Joke of tlie War. basso. Ho followed In a hired cnli for a long mond. Gentleman's Magazine. ..p..' V AniE? I l"H"n ll''M Ajer's Pills. I did so, mid vvllli tho Col. John It. Towers, principal keeper of distance, then called to his own driver, who happiest results. 3Iy food soon ceased to tho penitentiary, aided and abetted in ono of halted. Stepping out of his hired cqulpago -- Or ALL CL1S1KS Klcctrlo Mght in Schools. distress me, my npprtlto returned, and I he sent It bad;, forced the basso to mount tho tho most cruel jokes of the war. Tho Federals -- wwrn, .. flllUiISa I'm -l As regards tha effects of electric lighting, became as strong nnd well a ever." wero leisurely firing shells into some Confedby tlie coachman, stopjK.sl in and sat by Noatly and Choaply Ezooutod. especially upon tho eyes of schoolchildren, lox hi wifo, and then had tho coachman drlvo erate works, and tho bombs wero falling and Professor II. Colin says that tho nrol.ghw, tor sale by Dr. M.L. BOUItNK, SUnford. very slonly by in full view of tho bursting in such uncomfortable nearness that even when surrounded by an "opaque'' glass flirtation was completely broken hotel. Tho A. tho Midlers had dug holes in tho ground nnd globe, which reduces the light up. Now by 30 or moro Yoi k Jotter. wero hiding a best they could. The colonel percent, rSi?s?ih,e'fii!?ssa aro hurtful to the eyes when the and some frlmid got hold of an unexploded latter aro exposal for a kiua time to its ritr.j'.uti:i iiy shell and stuped it full of fuse. When tho effects. Ho suggests Tlie Olmst ami the Ileal. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL that thb lamp should gAjf "SMSIMciBr. next report was heard, tho fuvo was touched always lie placed DR. J. C. AYER &. CO., Lowell, Mots. After tho ghost sceno in a recent performsuch a elevation that at KitMiuriii." ' vr&wijtjti, olf, nnd after n moment the ljomb was drop-ivs- d tho eyo is not bound to look directly Ip! ri2i CttxieslCa. And the I.ouIstIIIc- A Iron ance of "Hamlet" In London, Mr. Wilson For sale by all Druggists. i,,, into it. into tho mouth of one of tho "gopher" Barrett went to tho private box of tho Princo Chicago Nous. Hu.Vm.N. V. holes whero soldiers wero sheltered, "Zip-zip- . Courier-Journ- al of Wales to pay his respects, nnd found, went tho fuse for several Soldhynnffltu; the heir to tho English throne, n modest Seeking for Invitation. One year for only $S two papers for Utile minutes. Howl after howl went up ju tho 00. man sitting hi a corntr, "Allow me," said more than the price of one, That curious aggregation known as New his royal highness, soldiors oxpected to bo blown into atoms. "to present to tho fictitious -- J XjUE K.V. York "society" considers it rood form to princo After a time tho spluttering fuso burned out V nnpFMAr, of Denmark this real princo of Deseek diplomatically for invitations to visit By paying us S3 you will receiee lor one yeai nnd things quieted down. Atlanta Constinmarkmy brother-in-law.- " Chicago Herald. W. l, - -- Proprietor i your home paper with the friends who have a country Iioukv the !TiJtVT P.WALTON,tution. represematlre newspaper of the South, democrat-- 1 Icand for a tariff for rerenue nly, and tbo lest, Ofl.c8olh..dTA0H?roet:i;,w0 W in) J tu ui aey uue u ior subscription and You will c infer a favor onvlhe publisher sl1 Jo It is estimutedthat tho wlno crop of Cali1(4 of 8tge, 20x50. Elsbt comnleie sen ol ,l0or brightest and lanitly weekly In Unltui M?e r tie proper thing j te ding the amount of your wouM Oeoblljitl to all lu arrears f remit at liery. Sealing (apwtljr, IcrluJtng ?llery, 8tn State. Thoie ablnl desire to examinethe sample Fur.Nl.rou. !T0,d. .. fornia will reach. 53,0tf),000 gallons, nn a who to $od atuatilou. copy of tha idlMllwd ,h sulncilptloD at once. o.t e. do so at this ofllcc of 1(,000,000 over the crop of ISM. Dynamite Nltro-Glyccrln- How tlie Clmsrn Knee Incrrnncs and Multiplies In tho Metropolis We hear a rcat deal about Irish rule In New York and tho largo Incrwiso in tho German population, and the showing that oven tho Italians, French and Chinese aro beginning to mako, but seldom is any comment made on tho spread of tho Jewish colony and tho slow, steady absorption of certain branches of tho wholcsalo trade into tho hands of Israelites. It used to lw said that although tho cost and west sides of New York havo been almost completely forclgnized, tho nativo imputation having lied up town before tho rising tide of immigration, Ilroadway, tho great artery of tho city's lifo, maintained its character as an American street. This has ceased to bo true. Tho Jew is a peaceable citizen if indeed, ho think it worth his whilo to bo n citizen nnd ho does not nrous tho nctlvo opposition of the native like certain other of our undigested populare. Ho fights no battles, ho keeps out of politic, lw does no mechanical work, ho is not n Knight of Labor, ho does not strike; he keeps to himself, his gains uro his own, and hi. chmities are for other Hebrews; but bcomw he Is sharp in trado, and becauso ho maintain.) Ids human privilege of going to Saratoga ami Manhattan licnch, a sort of dull dislike has risen against him. Ho is not to lw donned, however. Tho next deendo will see a more extensive Hebraization of the wholesale trade of New York than over, and it is impolitic to rosNt it actively, ns the failure of the great house of Stewart will prove, for that resulted from the effort of Judge Hilton to lwycott Israel. Israel boycotted him and ho closed his doom. Tho Jew is widening li's range in tlie atmosphere and opportunities of this republic, and has ccaswlto bo in America what he is in tho ghettos of Italy and l'ol.iud. His capacity for making money has not grown lose, but he Is developing a en pact y forspending it. In his pleuMina, in hi-- worship, in hh dress, ho Is as generous to himself as any Christian, and in the nrU Ih is making himelf visible. Scverul Jewish sculptors ami painters have nrton, a third of tho musicians of New York mv Jews, and as an actor, usually under on auind name, New Yo k tho Jow is able nnd promiscuous. DEFECTS OF SYSTEM. . s).M.,a TuaVillnsMrWiU WBIHK n.u...ii 'J'J'JS-rur FOR A Easiness Macaticn. ORLD I Maiwon.-- iwMwii r. urTO MACKINAC, Summer Tours. ,7l.,C!"v!dW. Ratc. When tlio Poor Hoy Goes Out of School. What Manual Training Means Itesult or llrlnglng Xcrtcs to tho 1'ront In i afc iBrSSSSSai POWDE Absolutely jr Pure Miller &Cjirpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Be Warned le-co- and PAIR MYERS HOTEL STAWFOEp. KY. Propr and Bright' s Disease ih0Jri6r lth1Ibc, A JBvg Offer in I0.1.A1 trJsorLIriBJCtar. Prevented d pub-llihe- d, l. AYER'S arsaoars a L.&N. -- lpn mil . !:-- TlUtOUGII W """' . SOUTH & WEST NOkTn-Eot?K- . f INDIGESTION . er little J e. s" r Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS NOBTii-lioi-n- to-da- "'"..:; Cured -- SKMl-WEEKL- Y- mt hf.n a good-look-in- n linlf-craz- y 100,-00- Ulolie-Democr- ;'!:. By Using sy?$zu sks'HS;S?:!Hs Interior Journal P. haud-thaklu?- ." Pro'r. .s.aas&.jzKBf.f IEU aroas r.,Mvnt,itrl'5 a 70RK. Ayer's Pills, Grand Combination -- Weekly i GPJ3R& HOUTSJS. I Courlor-Journ.i- 8CUOT30 f ""!. ... Coualer-Joarnalc- ir Semi VOL. XIV. Ft-ttla- & J V- "ws INTERIOR w JOURNAL-SUPPLEME- NT The Lulls' aanctimonioi lubtlhcd Tncttnyn ami v thetraBlc In -- AT It la a but a .vrvrvuM, ery derpym t understood If wa credit thallJ.50 will be exIt Is a bi pected and demanded. and buslnes- It Is a bt W. P. WALTON. dread of eve It is a bur cent, of the p Qyuricr' Journal jjItm tha following The principal amendment to the Kentucky payer ha to.m Itlaabui chool laws: A school tax, not exccrdloR cent of the 25 ccnU, he roted once n year, at any It ia a bu time after 15 daja' no'lc. dlored people an army of i only ahall be taxed fjr , colored schools, It i a bur ami white for white iohool. School aite, on thn hen houses and furniture uny be bought withi out a TJte. Buperlnirnderi'n spied school children to It is a bus bokn, bnt rhsll not bo aqenlH. County judges may allow $100 for books f.r poor proGt and ei Drunkenr children Btttr teiuhm' inn ItLlM are It Is the giTen $000 annuallj. State tucuem' as o elation selects its own tituo and nla.ce of tiisrj vice. Drunkenr meeting Superintendents .halt report any talaconduct or misappropriation, and the robbery, ar to ail tbee county attorney prosecute) Superlo I acppoae tendenta must bi2l year, old:, ihall be . .9uncr JOUIl elected n August, 1880 and? tTery four years thereafter, , Jo be eligible, maul have If not, the s ductlveofaa ctrliBcMrf from State IljarJ of Kzanitna lion. In cue of actncy, ciunty judge eaary tothd hall appoint a eucceiwr till next general deratood tha election. Ndcemu shall be corrected af people, the believed to ter June 30th. Tablo comptlod from tbo Auditor's Reports of Kentucky lor the period beJ ginntDg October 1, 1881, and onding Juno 30, 1883, and for the period begin ning July 1, 1883, and ending Juno 30, 1885, showing Iho rato of connty Ux-ation, Tablo of 19 olhor so called whisky counties compiled from some reports as table noxt above: ran oahii. the nurabor of miles and valuo of turnpiko roads and the gains and loss cs to tho Stato Rovonuo in tho prohibition counties during thoso periods: ll M I'liouinjTioN COUNTIES mm SS ' 5SSaS 1 a ! s 2 2 3 a o re n m I O ? H'i ? " 2. ? " m S T " a r I COUNTIES. ny BulllU... ClaT.....M..M.... tumberliud......... Harlan...... Johruon..... JaVDOK BIlard... 'Jardln I laiirock..M........ . 3 00 IBcU J 60 2 78 20 CU 2 00 ..... ........... CU.M 100 McU..,. 2 50 10 cU 3 00 15 cU 2 00 25 CJ LllJJ 67jr .. M r s S 5 b" I? p i g 8 i a L - L I 0,209 J5 S no.ooo f 2a7 50 831 70 CO I 0,797 44 J.0S3.J7 827 31 8i 07 lJ ....... 40 63 4.3(9 .... -- . 279 19 ...... Knox...WTO.M.M... Uur.l..,....... Uuher ..... ....... Uwts. ...... ....... .... 70 60 190,000 3,312 01 4,75168 M. ... ( W 3 00 20cl 8 3 00 2 00 UO ... die Worin.... Ow.lejr wB I'errj .M.....M...... ltob'Uon .... ....... ... 1 60 lOcti . 2 50 40 CU 145 76cla 10ct 67e 15 CU MM fl0 000 1203,00(14.553 .... 03 IM 3 00 7 990 30 . 21 ...... J W o utttt 10 012 75 7 701 07 . 4 615 49 4.023 08 2,G6t l3 5,757 99 . 3,609 78 330 ... .. 2.898 84 S.X'SO S,68 .......... 4 315 98 8,745 01 7,06120 McCrickan Helaon.. Oldhim Pendleton.. Bcott --.. Grant.... Jeflenon 11 art...... Lincoln... Mercer..., Our ,. Harrlaon Anderton lUth Carroll f 2 60 3 0" 92 2 60 30c 1 m 05 80 24 2 S 00 45c 16c 10c None repor. 2 ro 1 1 3 00 1 60 tel.. 40 149 30 1 00 20c 60 80c 1 60 SI 30 2 00 20c 8 00 17c 2 60 63c 1 60 lt 30 35 W9 17' 2J,0 "6i','6o6" 0.379 91 621,500 221,159 93 42,000 7 71767 KO.OXI 269,000 10.144 21 6,113 09 7oooo 454,400 10 310 Co,ooo 17,619 7,438 2,912 20 169 4,o78 77 12.809 23 7o3 (488.291 3,538 40 200,000 36,000 lil,OW 14200 t 3.001 01 1,091 00 7,S33 42 S 1,125 91 '"7,o63 1:2,551 87 12,215 06 6.739 82 101,928 29 987 37! ;i,015 61 'zafiii'vi 3,410 87 ""mooTs" 4.838 61 1,820 15,912 7,401 3,422 15,219 5,901 697 9 046 17 929 35 42 87 10 23 12 08 67 25 80 Hrncer... Woo-l-f . .M 4,513 20 TrlM .....- -, Warren rd 3 3 00 :W 75C IOC W 0 5o 81 14 62o.ooo U7 .. 2.0 30c u 67' (Ion 2 Oi 3,3 '8 15 VhlU7........ SftOVJcU 27H 2 78 15cl .... ........ IMS 250 93i 00 ... ............ .. 7,792 51 I8I.WI.03 791 I 75 M 2,8M 04 3 759 01 I Totali.., .39C :im .Hl'JK f 3,313,715 98,'xra 14i,5oo 2 08,000 42 26 68 31 74 9013,534 74 ttto,8.il 8,041 90 817 60 3,375 78 134,753 10 S 642 90 1212,191 96 ToUU.. ........... 8 I2 119.27 f 17 781 91 153 274 53 lucreuo . .1172.761 212.191 96 26 m Averago poll tax, 82 70. Average tax on property 32 to each Table showing expenditures $100. Net loes to State revenue during this period, 841,179 57. Special hibition counties for criminal attention is called to the fact that thoso counties havo but 3121 miles of turnpike road, costing the insignificant sum, when compared with that expended by other counties, of 8525,250. 52-400 in proproaecu-tions- : Hanuino ok Tiik Sioux-- j An eyo.wil new to the hinslng of the 33 eMoux Icdtani at Minkato, sijs that the copper-coloreuurdereri came from their cell, danced acrcn the and capoml up the at air way oi mo puuorci lixe a'herd ot wild Eich man bore between hit brorze lips a citfar at which h lustily pufled aa the rope was placed around hii neck and the knot itdu;!rd behind bin far, Whtn the rope that held the platform wm cut, 3b Indians shot downward, 33 spinal cob mna snapped apart and 3.3 cinr stuuiti llrw into the air and fell to tho ground to beconw fiod forarariciou bootblacks. The bodies were loaded into Je xpre'd wagon, much at the ca:ciars of butchered hcg would haro been, nnd hall buried in the sandy rirer bottom, but hefor the eun had been two hours behind the western hills not an Indian ctdavrr could be found, aa they bad been purloined by medical students, who plucktd them fo- - the tcilptl and dissection table. St. Paul Globr. d pie Lre dmi t COUNTIES. 1885. 1883. 1 2,404 19 578 48 duty of the d Rallard . J B hlbltlondoH in it iioppj 150 strl Orer Tablo comptlod from Auditor's Reports, as above statod, showing tho rato of llullltt .. Cly CumberUnil... county taxation, number of miles and valuo of turnpike roads in nineteen (Iri'cnup whisky counties, and tho net incrcaxo of tho State revenuo thereof for lUnrork ...., .. ilartlln Johnton. ...... for tbo samo period: so-cal- led OoO 27 8,228 59 ln 3G6 31 3226 81 510 31 2,Gn t6 45 123 00 2.171 ol 2.77 38 1 8l 6 88 3.817 43 199 80 2.34o 58 25 88 458 16 1213 80 681 4o 919 88 I 8C0 lJ-'- l Knott Lincoln oou killing o:cj written to a ry law agai citizens of oa hava been cJ are a filurj law asainat not annul li murdet? ? 3 h K ' v. T 'A uOOXlltMIHIH" ft a r? r Laurrl Letcher p Neirly th Maine patcl yeara ago ad Fiiom ihb Niw Diction Any. The aummcr ta ion. Three month of tho year when fashionable people cheerfully put up with inconfeoicnewt at seaside hoteU.which at homo would induce them to declare that life was not worth Iiinj. Prohibition. A law compelling a man to eater the back door when ho wanla a beverage for his "oft inGrmitiea," and io forth -- eie:Ully the latter. A successful man. Ode who, by hatd work and cloae economy, accumulate a million dollar and diea and leares bia money to a couple of spendthrift sons, who "tee more fun" ia twelre months than the old mm did in Gfcy year. A dead head. The rural editor who gives ten dollar' orth of puff for a t circus ticket. Drake's-Trailer'Matjsilne. fif.y-cens ever prohibU of intoxican Tbey had n ty veara. T from the St. I SI. Fraccia to cllectually t the amcndnSf a much gr tbelr favoripi Here is ak; cltuiye. Th ing the bag, all the tales'! keeper the J FleminoK jorlty of frcm bltion last Sa coin. I iTi ewj not ao eaay k right that U H it. "Ia n Comptroller Djrham has put a quietus with iuone mslo them public serfants. During the it, afTiiri' wouhim.- para, nnowi at absenca of their chiefs they become tho of edge H worth oouethin;; bumptiouancaa ficisl property of the acting chiefs, and hould be pid for and the man who blufla murit stick to their desk. This wipe out NKiilmt a fu'l hou should be ruide to psy New York qullo a venenhle luxury. for it. on a mild form of official j unkettnj at the public expense Private secretaries of Cabinet chiefs and division heads have Leeu coniidercd n sort of person 1 appendage, at liberty to roam around the country prepaid at the beck of their buret. Mr. Durham has the hardihood to strip these functionaries of their oxcluaive chancter and be7l The experience and .wisdom of this 5 3 ago, of all ages, is against prohibition. Whtiky Ititiertiti j 'H. Uountlra. j o S 9l Thn ablest politicians of this country, Wbltloy i S S r ? lotala of all countries, are against it. Tho 11,735 41 Incrrtio.. ablest preachers in the church of all 81 . IU7.COU 1819.811 67 118 C30 20 A religious denominations are against it. SaTISKACTORY. llooo.... -- .. ..2'0 EVEUYTHINO SW.IKK) 37 BI2 21 33.IWJ 62 2 0" 2Jc V4J Hourbon Jesus Christ was against it. It is tho 5o 74 ........ 2 W) 7vC 103 Vl'6,000 19,241 58 IS3,450.32 li.,jl. Ml M enthusiastio prohibitioniat, when he 4, iU ... 3 00 IOC 125 25u,(nKi 27 Mil 98 20,7.9:88 HrackrD barren 80 8S 200,100 CaupUII .. .... 2 learned that his fellow passenger was 125 00 4I 3li,500 18.872 25 13.183,01 Clrk..- 2W 48 439 M 37,035?8 2 450.000 To those faltoring'anti-prohibition-ist7e from Georgia, tackled him at once. FImiD(C ..... 3 00 37Vjc 150 300,000 8,412 97 8 359 06 97 191,000 6.889 67 8,143 77 who don't want tho measure to Franklin............. 2 00 Mc am glad to know, sir," he said, "I l 10 12,817 62 1U 2uG,000 2 7,040 77 (IrrarJ. 210,000 11,122 97 10 852 29 200 8 50 S5c Henry . are the resident of that pass, but are a little timid about vot"that you 22 11,091 01 77,000 1 0 2,78091 Urui 100 180,000 27,399 04 16 115 38 What's the ing, we say do not bo afraid. Prohi3 00 84c Maillon ....... grand old S'ato. 107 1,543 97 2 00 I 30 2.078 71 I60.0J0 Marlon ... 215 news from your bition will not live five years. It is 2 W 61U 4M.750 20,201 72 20.995 30 Mason ... latest prohibition 50 lOO.OOO 3 00 SoHc 9.041 47 6,78.14 Montfomfry 434.400 3.612 90 3,973 27 NMcholaa sectiDn?" "Well," repliol the Geor- not near as big a thing as it Si0 3fl4c 129 OIC k97,VO 28,90 72 15.219 23 HhflbT.......... 3 00 9jC 205 itself to be. 259 750J 3,489 60J 2 9601J1 167 gian, "people were a little slow in H'MhlDKlon ...... 2 Totaj ..., 297 t5,24.ft00 29 ri43.816 12 coming round to buy it by the quart Casey county is the lightest taxed they've got right smart of property tax 51 19 on at first, but Avorago rate of poll tax, $2 40 Average rate county in the State. Lincoln comes now, stranger." noxt. In both counties law and or8100. Attention is called to the fact that there has been a net increase of used to it der and good morals prevail. Yot 895,994 17 in thoeo counties. They aro all so called whisky counties. A lake of fresh water has been re- the prohibitionists are not willing to cently explored in Oregon and ascer let us alone. The prohibitionists aro openly mak- tainod to be 2,005 feet deep. What a The Uuitcd States Revenuo Laws A field for Missionary Work Harrequiro no HcenBO to soil liqaors as ing up money to use in the coming grand summer resort it would make lan county. o Wo give this informa- election. Let us debauch and Louisville modicinea. for tho prohibition party! A field for Missionary Work tho voters in tho namo of the Post. the benefit of thoso philantion for Knox county. thropic prohibitionists in this county Lord. A field for Missionary Work RockTho prohibitionists aro not politimonwho have heretofore spent their prohibition cians, but would like to havo the offi- castle county. of our Which one ey in procuring such license. Wo policy. Don't A field for Missionary Work Owsask these gentlemen to savo thoir mon- preachers will accept a commission to ces ''to carry out their ley county. seo ?" ? you evangelize in Harlan county ey for inebrate asylums. r j h s s 0rn.. Ow.lj lj 83190 I Look Hehe. In the 19 prohibition counties expenses of criminal prosecutions havo increased 811,735.-4In the same counties the net revenue has decreased 841,179.48 within the Bame period, two years. Prohibition has increased crime, vagrancy, idleness and pauperism, and decreased industry, means of livelihood, morals Now ought not tho and religion. prohibitionists to quit their work and look to the Lord and be dismissed? 1. lloru.u -- !LL flO OU i LL I I 448 91 1,212 27 l,73o 39 113 O" IO no Gt 3.758 901 V39 9ol 57 J211G7 16 21,207 16 , fig-tre- rTl... 1 a .... ... recom-mend- es 6-- pros-tilut- haa absolute neaa of hi a having the other man ii Si ' 3V Ulceration, Falling ana Wiplaecme it or bearing down Mllng, Irregularities, Barronneaa, CUangeoi I.lfr,Iucborrlia;a,l)M!aesnin7weaVneiucsiiriug. Ing from thoslorc, like UoaJacbe, flloattusr. fnl. nal "Veaknesi, 8!.vp!essnra, Kerrous Debility, l'alpltatlon of the Heart, Ac. IV tale hr Drug. Bills. rricit!anil 31 80 er bottle. Sen J to Dr. J B.M arcblil, Utlca, N. Y., for piuipblet, free. Pormlo Iit rennr A Mca.llaUr. Drusirlm easca, aucEst Orarlao troubles, IutliiaiuatIon"ana ticiM, qnarra ny alatemel knowledge i fitctc iwut Pr, J. C. AROUND NIAGARA FALLS. EDWIX HARPER." Mass. nuiXtC tinw iv vtvivv - - IHMVO World A Fall ik a big book lloRSEFLtsu. Citizen with '"Whit will you take fcr jour horsi?" take Sl.OOO. Cltlzsu wltlm horse--Ti- l Want to buj? ' J list refused $950 ''No; I was merely nskiue to know wUat to put him down nt I'm the aseaor." "Well, aiy -r- eally I don't want to sell him family pet, don't you see; but if I can get my wife' consent to part with him, you my have him for $15.-Oiicago year apo Gideon Putnam opened the first eummer hotel in Bar iOi,it. Gideon cloeed bis eyea to nil enrtbly I lliea lonj; year ago,' and it may. be thut bia spiritual oyea witnnxt with regret the ruch and rout of the pandemonium called plea ure which baa taken the place of tho ataid quiet of tbe old town. A farmrr ient a dollar for a liuhtuing potato ban killer, whioh he saw advertised in a paper, and received by return mail two blocks ot wood, with directions printed on a) follows "Take thia block, which" Nj. 1, In the rUbt hand, place the bug on No. 2 and prew them together. Remote tho bug and proceed aa before." E'ghty-thlea In cjmmnriog on the right of newrpa-peto dixpoM! of cpice in their column 10 candidate, tho Iltrlford Herald siyi: The f a ro wpaptr are aa much n oiluinn commercial commodity ha a lawyer' ad vice and aaainltnce iu lek'il mttlera, a phy elcian' skill, a preceptor' inatructlon to pupilf, or taurd and lodging In a hotel There la no harm in it. It is juat like sell ing spice to n merchant to advertUo bia good, to n lawyer to giro to the public hi location and profetaion, to a landlord, the ttrma uf hi hotel, or to a lailroad company its time card and connrctioun. nt The omum for the Tennessee governor ship between tie Taylor brothers recall to a writer a tirfht for the United States p among tbe Siul-bur- y brother in DelawMie yeara ago. Qove and WilUid had fouhl each othtPiu tho primarie At d the coLtest mulled in a tie. Then FW, who w' the least able of thn three, and who had not been thought of for the pUcf, quietly went to work and surprised both of his brother by having himself elected He ha held on ever aince. Etna-torshi- A Washington wheelman on Sunday rodo hi bicycle tl e whole length of the stone coping of Cabin Johu bridge, twelre mile from Washington. The coping is let than a foot wide, the bridge ia 200 feet nnt and had be slipped off in the centre of the span he would bne fallen 125 feet Tbe public deht decreaaed August. $1,010,090.-02duriu- g During the recent Orand Army fesliti ties in California about 1,000 veterans veiled Pasadena, which ia the home of Jason Urren mown and Air. Ihomixon. children of old John Brown, of Harper' Ferry fme. The soldier placed Iho liron descendant in a carriage, and, detaching thehoree, hauled them through the streets with a long rope. The band played "John Brnwn' Ilodj" nod the crowd sang the faa-- miliar- ; ki ""it r i ft.il iHiiwuj. CltiiiiRpit for tho Hotter Durliij- - llio Two Yrnr The Cuntllowr ItrlilRc. Up at tho falU things havo changed wonderfully for tho Iwtter within tho past few years. Tint Rcuernl nppoaranco of tho placo I inoro proaptTOiM than I oversaw It loforc. The liberality of tha stnto of Now Yotlc has fiwl tho vikitor on tho American Mdo from nil tho l'tty toll nnd exactions tlint c around thopvutcntnmct. All tho uual llf ty cent plncM uro five. It U rather strnngo that this uxMMidlturo of, I may say, millions, was duo to tho Ktiggostlon of Ixnl DulTeriu when governor general of Canada, ami yot his own country has not so fur followed his nilvlpo. A green feneo mado of Iron now from thn fall tuo mile iloun to tho old 8utouIon bridgn. Tills 1 n great iiuproveinent nnd provonU you from tumbling Into eternity by n fnlw stp In tho darl:, ns many persons wero In tho habit of doing. Nothing was over so serious nu ItiU'rruptlon of a tlay's ploasuro nt Niagara than to take n step oil tlw clllT. I um borry to say tho plcturemo stono towers of tho old Biisjioiulon brldgo uro being taken down nnd in thoir plaa-- steel towers nro to oo erected, and tljo material therefor l being constructed nt this moment In Detroit ThU improvement w 111 bo a wonder of engineering, for tho fctono towers will bo taken down nnd the Iron towers put in their placo o without for a moment interrupting tho of a train acrow tho nerlul htructure. Tho new cantilever- - bridge is llnlshod, and whatover it U ns a work of engineering it is tho inot brutally ugly structure, that over has been elected In America, which is Baying a good deal. It U minted a dull drab color, which adds, if po&iblo, to Its general hldeousneia. It gives tho idea of great etrongth, which, doubtless, It iKssehses, but it is angular nnd bald nnd altogether olTensIvo to tho oyo. In tho capital ot Switzerland thero Is mi iron brldgo which Rtwmt tlio chasm similar to that of Niagara, but tho brldgo at Beroo springs from It abutments into n bonutlful airy nnd fairy liko arch thut b n pleavuro to look ut and is as strong as theixi is any neotl far, Instead of an arch at Niagara wo havo ugly angles, and tho brldjo looks liko a dlllh-ul-t problem in KuellJ.-C- .jr Detroit Free I'rcw. lnt rnEPAnnD nv Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. Ayer & The Ooleurated Oloagh and Wanea and tho John Oliurch & Oo. Organs. For Hard Time O: r- - xitl OOK, Sffilal Ag'ts. Stanford, Ky. OrKOsi; R. ItlCUAIJD, Kffcrenccs A. r. Teeny, Jlra. E. M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips. J. J .Moore and Jauit-- Ueas. le, Statiforo; Mi. MsjkId Holmes. Crab Orchard; Gen. J. Iaudiaiu ai.d ilUi LIrilo Huff-tuaLancnftr, Ky. lo.t-omcs 133-l- jr Please touiuunlcate nd prlcei. S. 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TteOhioA Mitls;)rM Hallway is tbe only Una between LoulTlIle, Cincinnati and dt. Lome under one management, running all its trains throiijrh solid and In confluence Is recogDljed Flrat-Cli- u Itoute be. those Ctllw. . Apply to ticket Agen's of connecting lines for lull partliuUrs aa to rates, time. maps, clrcuhrs Tho Ohio Mli.li.lppt Railway rum tu . K, A UnUeraul llouaehnld Necenltr. Prs ard ' pony r)BT. M- ' 413 K'y.SotBcrset. Ky. W.ll K' v 't !' tll.LK.I.a i, 0. - It. KOKMAN, ' a3fJuHma ' tv " ir !- -! Stanford. Ky 3. 1888 TEMPERANCE s PROHiatTIOH Tho intomperato uso of alcohol has been source of woo since its first introduction among tho human family. Modern civilization has re sorted to every possible devico to re strain or destroy the wasting effects of this pernicious habit. Tho older and better settled governments of the world havo long since despaired of eradicating this vico, accepted tho inevitable, recognized it as ono of tho inherent vices of society, and bo circumscribed and regulated it'as to ef feet tho least am unt of evil. But we Americans, moved by our morbid seutimentalism, verily think to put to naught Divine precept, the experience of ages, and tho deepest founded maxims of philosophy, and accomplish tho impossible by tho dethronement of nature itself. The periodical revivals of the temperance cause under various garbs, as long as it was Bought to beget moral seuti ment only, were looked upon by the virtuous every whero with an oye of favor. Yet these movements are marked with a morbid zeal, an exaggerated eentiraentnlism, and a constant effort to excito the emotional nature of the unthinking rather than to appeal :to. tho principles of sound reason. But so long as it wa sought only to use this as a moral force in society no right thinking man felt disposed to object. Now, how over, the is changed, the vota ries of this cause are no longer moral suasion to accomplish their end, but tho temperance craze must be injected into politic, aud the local,. State aud national governments must be embroiled in an endless conflict, to perform a natural iruposibility Hence the timo has como thnt this morbid sentimentnlism and emotional nightmare should bo mot by tho fac's of sober reason. The most surprising feature of this movement at the present time is that it is championed mainly by tho clergy. To witness the preacher of tho gospel of Christ exhausting all his terms of sympathy upon the drunkard, and all his terms of reproach upon tho manufacturer and vondor and then invoking tho strong arm of the law to come to his aid. is an inconsistency and humila-tioto which no Christian should sub mit. Nowhore in tho wholo Bible can bo found a single direct, nor when properly applied, a single implied epithet or even a term of conderana tion for the vender or tho manufacturer of intoxicants. Yet upon a! most every page, especially of the Now Testament, are the most positive uui-form- ly ot satis-fied.with and diro.douunciatious nnd curses upon tho drunkard, How different is this from tho teachings of tho present time! When tho pulpit incessantly rings with tho direst, auathonias and insulting opithots against tho manufacturer and vondcr, and only terms of endearment can be found lor tho drunkard But why shall tho Chris tian lobby in our legislative halls nnd disrupt political parties to accomplish this purpose? Is there no sacred power, no inherent force in Christianity to elevate and shape society that tho 8lrongarm ot tho luw must bo invoked? Verily there cau be little virtuo in a religion that is powerless, to keep its votaries from a most flagrant sin, and in order that they shall keep in the path of duly all temtatious must bo removed by secular force. This is not divine precept, not Christianity; no, uot evon good Mohammedanism. Tho Mohammedan religiou has power to enforce absolute temperance among its votaries. Even tho great Napoleon when Booking to become Moham medan and wishing still to drink his wine, was told that if ho choso he might do so, but hell would be his certain doom. Nothing can bo more foreign and repulsive to tho American idea of government than prohibition in its different phases. It savors badly of tho tyrauny of iho dark ages and combines the odious features of New England Blue Lnws and the English Star Chamber. It dues not commend it belt' to the calm thinking mind, and our great stutesmeu stand aloof from it. It can only secure a popular ma jority by prolonged and mewt exciting nppeald to tho leait thoughtful portion nf society. And once enacted in to a law by these questionable means, it meets spontaneous resistance; peo plo evade it, tli war it by every pni ble means. There is an inherent feeling in every iiiteliig-Ametican that he is his own man; that ho has tho right to buy aud iho any thi"g ho on tho wants when not t rights of his neighbor; nor does he intend to be tyraunized over by Puritan dogmatism. Prohibition aud American freedom can never join hando; they are antagonistic elements, the opposite poles of the magnet. Ero this can bo, the freeman must forget all tho traditions and fond hopes of the past, lose his manhood, nnd meek ly bow to tho yoke of some gilded despot. Prohibition is contrary to naturo; henco wrong and impossible It destroys the means for all moral growth aud development. It is a well known and admitted fact that all growth aud development of tho moral, the same as the physical being, are produced by exercise. Man's moral preception and power for virtuo are sharpened aud kept alive by having constantly be'foro him in life two lines of action 1 ut to choose from, tho onolmoral tho oth I most be a very tedious process; and that cr immoral. Komovo from man all mon at last tracomo virtuous not from temptation, nil means of action m an tho ab3onco of means of vice, but immoral direction, and his moral perthoy havo learned to think, to reaception and powers for resisting evil son, to not, aud know that life is worth must dwindlo and diojust as tho phys- living only by thoso who possess a ical man under liko disuse of tho phys- hoalthy mental, moral and physical ical organs. Lot usupposo that for manhood. J. S. II. in Kichmoud a thousand years all temptation to Register. . mi Hi vico had boen removed from our race. Tho whisky in bond in Kontucky What must ho tho result ? Is it not ovident that all moral distinctions on tho 1st ot August, 1886, was 31,- must bo obliterated and the raco bo 796,208. The State tax on this propercomes as weak and passive as a child ty uoxtyear will be not less than 85,- Tho Stato tax on dealers was in tho presenco of any temptation? 000 8212,675 last year. Tho Stato rovo- Tho American Indian had never been schooled by experience aud observa- ntto from liquors is ovor $300,000. tion into tho bauoful effects of rum Tho revonuo for our towns and cities is more. Tho total rovenuo in tho and henco drank so loug as his taste Stato from this sourco is ovor SG00,-00- 0 domanded. Still more it Btultifios all a year. Tax payors do you waut religion and makes our ground schomo this great burden of taxation taken of diviuo redemption n pieco of stupeu clous nonsense, for how is man. to bo from liquor and placed on your prop judged rightoous or wicked whon ho erty? Can you afford it? i8so environed that only ono course uf conduct is possible? Just So. It is quilo amusing to What, then? Must wo still submit see tho frantic efforts which the fanatic aro making to catch to tho ravage of this frightful moti Is there no way to escape? Yes, tho colored brothor by trilling him ster? sir, it is hero to stay; and riht thnt that thero art no politic in prohibiit should. And we and our children tion But they havo a colored brothmust rfce above itor sink beneath it, er here now who helped to knife Mr. just as thousands daily are ougulphed Blaino iu 1881, aud tho prohibition in this and a legion of othor kindred leaders aro now in Maine kuiGng hint vices. Ah, this is heartless, cruel, i iu hit State canvass in his own State. Wo They are actiug with tho samo hypoo-rac- y it? Yes, but truo nevertheless. towards tho democrats. shall call it neither tho works of G m1 or tho Devil, but leivo this point for tho clergy to wrangle over. But we Tho long articlo against prohibition do know that it is nature; and nature in this supplement is from tho pun uf None of ono of tho olde&t tomperaiico men is cruel, alwava has been. your hentimeutalisui and emotional in Coutral Kentucky. A gentleman nonsemo ab.iut nature! She has her aud a christian of spotless reputation, waste bvikut HCttturd all along life's a father of sons who nro all temper-anc- o highways and b"WHVH into winch she men, but who nro all against prorefmo hum nitty as romorsolooly hibition, as wo aro informed. Tho c.irfta a tho butcher cists hii fcrap-- i to tho writer is now a tcnipviaiico advovMn B it them h a very wide dis and ho knows tho tlit!sronco between d i And titirtti in btvwi i the plum of action temperance and prohibition. Prohibi of Prmibitiou aid Nituro recognizes in tho latter a barren tion proposes to Hpro tin weak, the that ought to bo curbed. Wo 'he vioiom and ruin th c rii'ti lid hi nr'io'e t tho thoughtful irresolu'e. strong. Ntturo destroys tho feuble ut consideration ot our iwoplo. every kind and preserves tho strong Wo arc sorry to learn, says an ex Hence under tho auspice of naturo there is constant progroj to a higher chango, that a German chomist boa succeeded in making n first rate branplane of life. Wo aro a frfptid well try to drain tho Pacifia as to dy out of saw dust. As attempt to romove all temptation to of the temperance movement; but vico. And wo must seo plainly that what chanco will it havo when n man and go out and even wero such a thing possible, un can tako a der the chnnged conditions man must got druuk on a fence rail ? loso all his distinctive characteristics Now look out for a big run on tho and possess no more moral preception stores for Baw dust machines. Tho oc ambition for right conduct than the prohibitionists aro coming. pig grunting in a mud hole. Go and hear Mrs. Nield tell her From naturo, reason and revelation, melancholy talo of crime in Bockcaa-t- lo wo aro very clearly taught to beliovo county. It has been a prohibition that there may bo a time in the fu county for a loug timo. Oh I How turoof tho human family when vico Sad. shall cease to exist and all men shall I do not drink wine, but if any ono live virtuous lives. But all theso consays, 'you shall not drink it,' I will cur in teaching tho aamo great fact that this desired haven must be reach- drink it to show my independence. ed through much tribulation; that it Henry Ward Beccher. bo-cau- se m mmm. pro-hibiti- ou fig-tre- t' e I rip-sa- "T5iimiiliuj tiiiTt (lie Amazon. ""3cflA!f.,iiseMti ln- - Ht-O- -- !. . - 1 ..- - I Ac, or wrltfl Cniurntj