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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886090301 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. m w. iC pfj FAVORING Hi STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1886. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUHTT. Til ?S? nmfm p!4ta NO. 15G. VOL. XIV. PROHIBJTION. OAHiARP COUNTr DEPARTMENT. lttbttnhctl Tttcattau mill Flitnv -A- rea XEtt ANNUM, CASH. t understood If we credit that ll.M will be pected and deiaDdcd. ex- W. P. WALTON. the iQilosrloK The OouriffJournnl bit principal amendment to the Kentucky school lawn A school tax, not exceeding be rotrti once n year, at any 25 cent, time after 15 days' noUca. dlored people onlfthall.be taxed fjr, colored schools, and rilte for while fohool. School she, houses and furniture mty be bought without a TJte. Superlnlenden'a select reboot boV;s,bnt shall not be agent. County judge may allow S100 or twain f.ir poor children 8Ute leachm' InsIiLtes are i;ltcn $000 annually. State t'acucrVai. o elation selects its own time and iilaco of meeting Superintendents shall report any misconduct or ulrapproprlatlon, and the court? attorney shall prosecute Supcrln tendenta mut bj2L Tears, old; shall be sjUcted n August, 18S0, ; ulf etery four yean Ihereaftcr, , To be eligible, moat hart certificate from Slate JbarJ of Rsarulna-tlon- . In case of acinay, c:unty juJgo ball appoint a suceeisor till next general election. No census hall be corrected af ter June 30lb. dt The Louisville Courier Journal is not a sanctimonious paper, but ft thus speaks of the traffic in Intoxicating drlakr: It is a business which is opposed to every derpymsn in tho country It is a business which every merchant and buiinesi mnn hales aid detests. It Is a busincei which is the standing dread of every mother. It it a business which nnko nintty pff cent, of the piuptrlsm for which the tax payer has to pay. It is a business which makes ninety per cent of the busincta of the criminal courte. It i a business which keeps employed an army of polieoemen in the cities. It is a business whioh puti out the Are nn thn hrnrth and condrmes wives and children to buiuc, cold and rag It iaa buiinets which foster vico for proGt and educate in wickedness for gain. Drunkenness comprises all other vice'. It i the die ioniry f vice, for it includts Oilicos jnieTiiri,iitj. a e Clipper plty-- d Tuu rcor was 24 to 9 in ! favor of the Ct'icos, Tiifsday lo J'. Dollman, olSomh Crllna, a Urg horte, 0 yens eld f.ir $170 Jim Ball and Fmnie Nnh were he fore the pVice Vedtedav for Indecent conduct nd -- ere fiord $o rrch Mi-- s WIe McilU'.er gave a pl..ai-au- t enHrUlnmcnt Tu.'sJt; nl,tht In or of her Kuest. Mies Manila Cvil, of D. H. Hiiiiii.h.i ld "A Lancaster, CiCiton's Circus and Mfnsgerirl hill. for an exhjbitinn at this place Septem- NEWCOMB HOTEL MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel la still maintaining Its fins reputation Charges reasonable, Special attention to the trareltng public. well-kno- WOTICE! Ali persons having claims egslnst J. N. Reynolds, dtcd , will present them to me Immediately! rropcrly proven. ber H;h. -- Mr. J Brck J i.intoii btngu of W. 1S2'n JUHX3I. HAIL, ! bn Lin-isvill- b ernj vice. Drunkenness means peculation, theft, robbery, arson, forgery, murder; for it leads to all the.'e crime. I suppose it will not bj claimed that, the Courier Journal has overdrawn tie picture. If not, IhesupprsMlonsfa bn&en( productive of so much evil, is uuni'eitly nee esary tothe gooJ of '.he psiple. It is un derstood that our government is for the people, the whole people. Prohibition U believed to bj the only remedy. Tje people ire d.manding protection and it is the An fjc-wi- t Hakoiko or The Sioux diy of the government to afljrJ it. Proness to the banging of the .13 tfloux Icdiant hibition does prohibit and this Is the rei at Mmkato, sits that the copper-coloresin (t Is opposed by the Hguor traffic. murdcrert came from their cells, danced F S Por.UTT. acres, the atrial and cipoml up the stairOfer 150 person have been killed in way of too platform like a'herd of wild Lincoln county since 1S71. Erery time a Eich man bore between hisbrotze lip a clicar at which he Until; pufled aa killiog orcjrrcd a letter might have been the rope waa placed arjund hie neck and written to a piper ahowing that prohibitothe knot adjured tabled bin rar. When ry laws against murder don't prohibit. The the rope that held the platform waa cut, citizens of our neighboring States would have been convinced that our penal laws a 3S Indiana shot downward, 33 spinal snapped apart and 33 cigar stumps ate a failure. Why not as prohibitory lUw into the air and fell to the ground to law agaioat murder doesn't prohibit, why becom fjod for avaricious boolblacka. The not annul the law and license the same M. bodiei were loaded into Je xpre's wsgons, mtirdei? much m the catcissrs of butchered hogs Neirly thirty yeara ago the State of would bare been, and ball buried In the Maine paed statute prohibitory lawa. Two sand rlrer bottom, but befoui Ibe aun had yesrs sgo a constitutional amendment, forbeen two hour behind the western hills ever prohibiting the manufacture and sale not an Indian ctdarer could tie found, a of intoxicants waa submitted to the people. they bad been purloined by medical Tbey had now had prohibition over twenwho plucktd them fo- - the scilpel ty vears. The cltlzins of the whole State Paul Globe. and dissecting; table.-- St. from the St. Croix to Utnbigog, from the Si. Fraccis to tho Atlantio had tried and Fiiom the Naw DtcriOrurtY. The effectually tried prohibition. They voted aummtr tiaion. Three montba of tbo year the amendment by about 45,000 majority; when fashionable people cheerfully put up a much greater majority than was given to with inconrenlcncw at seaside hotel, wbicli their favorite Blaine. at homo would induce them to declare that Here is an agreement that is proof conA Prohibition. life waa not worth liviru, clusive. The proof of tho pudding is chewlaw compelling a man to onter the back ing the bag. This experience out weighs door when he want a beverage for his "oft all the tales ever written by chagrined barinfirmities," and so forth -- wieilally the M. the world over. latter. A succmful man. Oae who, by keepers Fleming county, this State, gave a mahard work and cloae economy, accumulate a million dollara and diei and leaves bia jority of from 200 to 300 In favor of prohimoney to a couple of ipeudthrlft on, who bition last Saturday. Forerunner of Lin ' see more fun" in twelve montba than the coin. P. old in in did in Gfcy yeara. A dead head. t but It is euy to cry finatlcl fanatic The rural editor who gives ten dollars' not so eaay to overcome a great principle of north of puffs for a Gf.y rent circus ticket. right that has the inspiration of God in Drake's Traveler' Magazine-- . P. It. col-mnalu-den- tf, Comptroller Durham has put a quietus on a mild form of official junketing at the public expense Private secretaries of Cabinet chiefs and division heads have leeu considered a sort of personal appendage, at liberty to roam around the country pre-pa- id at the beck of thair bwei, Mr. Durham has the hardihood to atrip these func tionaries of their exclusive character and mak them public tervanta. Daring the nbsencs of their chief they become the of Gclsl property of the acting chief, nnd must Hick to their desks. This wipe out New York quite a venerable luxury. World A Fall in Hoiisiflfbii. Citizen with will you tako fcr your big book a horst?" take S1.000. Citlzsnwitha Just refused $950 Want to bu? 'No; I was nierjly asking tn know wnat to put him down nt I'm the assessor." "Well, siy -r- eally I don't w.mt to sell him family pat, don't you see; but if I can get my wife' consent to part with him, you my have him for $l5.-Gilchor-e-'Iauo a bet a proper one where one parly has absolute knowledge as to tho correctness of his awertlon?" Ye, if the party having the knowledge does not entrap the other man into bctlini;, If every bump-ticu- s, "Is Gideon Putnam E'ghty-thieopened the first summer hotel in Bar'om. Gideon closed his eyes to all earthly I Hies long yea3 ago,' and it may. be '.hut bis spiritual eyes witness with reret the rush and rout of the pandemonium called pleas lire which lias taken the place of the staid quiet ol the old towr. A farmer sent a dolhr for a lightning potato bug killer, which he eaw advertised in a paper, and received by return mail two blocks ol wood, with directions print-fc- d 'Take this block, which on as follow Nir. 1, in the right hand, place the bug on No. 2 and prew them together. the bug and proceod as before." e years ago Fo-un- Washington wheelman on Sunday rodo hta bicycle tl o whole length of the stone coping of Cabin John bridge, twelve miles from Washington. The coping is less than a foot wide, the bridge is 200 feet long and had he slipped ofl in the centre of the span he would have fallen 125 feet A The public debt decreased during August. 51,010,01)9.-0- 2 qnarrelsome person could contradict sny statement ratde by a person having knowledge and back his contradiction up W.C P. BrecKinridge lis bwn re with money, without nnr danger of losing nouilovfd f r Uiricr.'s in"lhn "lb Disrriot. it, (Tilr would bs at a pretty pass. Knowl edge is worth st'uietliinj; bumptiousness AROUND NIAGARA FALL9. should be paid for and the man who blutls be ruide to pay Clinngcil for tho Hotter IlurliiK tlio l'nst sgaln't a fn'l hou Two Vrar The Cuntllotrr IIHiIrc. for It. Up nt tho falU things bavo chniiBl wonderfully for tbo lttcr within tbo past few In cimmiu'.ing on the right of newepa-peyears, Tlw gcnenil iippearaneo of tin? jitaco to dinpo'e of spice in their columns to Is liioro prosporoas than I over ww it ltofore. Now Yorlt has candidates, tho II irlford Herald syi: The Tha lilierality of th state of tho frcl tho vMtor oilnnd American Moexi-t-from oMuinns i f a ce vspnper are as much n nil the potty tolls exactions that o nround tho Rrriit cntnmet. All tlwiiMinl llfty commercial commodity as a lawyer's ptaew aro f iw. It is rather htningo that and assinMnue iu leil milters, a phy this uxiwnditiiro of, I may say, millions, was slclan's skill, a preceptor's instructions tn tluo to tho hiiggostlon of Lord DuITcrinu hen pupllf, or board aud lodging in a hotel Rovenior genoral of Canada, nnd yet his own There Is no harm in it. It is just like fell country has not so fnr followed tils advice. A mado of iron now htretchw from tag spice to n merchant to advnrtlso Ids Breen tha falls two milos down to tho old imsienslon goods, to a lawyer to glvo to the public his bridge. This Is a great improvement and location and profusion, Iu a landlord, the jirovonts you from tumbling Into eternity by u falso step iu tho dark, na many jiersoiw were ttruiB uf his hotel, or to a lailrond compain tho habit of dolus. Nothing wis over so ny its lime card and connections. serious nu Interruption of a day's pleasure nt Niagara than to tako a fctep olt tlw clilT. The ronttst for the Tennessee governorI am sorry to say tbo picturesque stono ship between tl o Taylor brothers recalls to towers of tho old suspension bridge aro being taken down nnd iu their places steel towers p a writer a i'wht for the United States oro to bo erected, and tlu material therefor is Siulcbury brothers in being constructed at this moment in Detroit. among tbe Delawsie years ago. Gove and Willsid This improvement will bo a wonder of engihad fought each otherin the primarieH ai d neering, for tho htono towers will bo taken down und tbe utm towers put iu their place the coLtest resulted in a tie. Then El, without for a moment Interrupting tho paswho wm the loiHt able of the three, and sage of n train ocro-tho aeriul htructuro. who had not been thought of for the plscs, Tho new cantilever- brldgo is llitlslicxl, and engineering it is work wbatover quietly went to work and surprised both of tho mast it is us a ugly of structure that over brutally by having himself elected II his brothers bos been erected lu America, which is paying a Rood ileal. has held on ever since. It U painted a dull drab color, wldcli adds, During the recent Grand Army fealiti if possible, to its general hideouuesa. It gives tbo idea of great strength, which, doubtlties in California about 1,000 veterans viess, it po&se&ses, but it is angular and bald ited Pasadena, which Is the borne of Jason nnd altogether onTenslvu to tho eye. In tho ard Owen Brown and Mrs, Thompion, capital of Switzerland thero U an iron brldgo children of old John Brown, of Harper's which sKins tbo chasm similar to that of Nibrldgo at llerno springs from Ferry fime. The soldiers placed tho Bron agara, but tho into IU nbutmenti n beautiful nlry and fnlry descendants inn carriage, and, ditschirir like uivli thut b a pleasuro to look utiind lsrw thehorees, hauled them through tbe streets strong iu them Is any noeV fer, Instead of with a bag rope. The band played "John nn onh nt Niagara wo have ugly ungles, nnd tho bridge looks likit n dlllleiiH problem in Brown's Bodj" nud the crowd Bang the Knelld. CVr. Detroit Kreo Press. ;.'" h r at ft.it nunuui. nt Sena-torshl- Mr. A. I McDowell, Mr. F W Hi.,U-mof H' Ccoiens If iir and a gut-- ' dlstiuctly fell thf esrttquke suck I'uve-da- y night. L II, Fields shipped to L"xington on Thursday morning, to ba trained, Casiu and Odcllus, 2 yeitr elds, nnd Wlktr, a 3 year old, all by Harry O'Fsllon. Centre College opened Wodntsdsy with 62 students, this morning the iiuul e had increased to 60 Bill Coldwrli CM lege Is to open Wednesday, nez Mr. A. I McDowell who broke his leg iMt week is now rtcelving f2o per week the United States M'ltuil Accident Association of New York City. L M. Gray, of this place, is local agent Mr. Henry Olmsted and funilj left for New York where thsy expeot to reside in the futurr. Mrs. Cxorwe D. Fisher and children who have been speeding the summer in Diuvill left today for their home in S L u'' Dr. and Mrs J C Bogle have g io lo housekeeping in the Lucss propsrly on Main Sreet, recentlv occupied by Mrs Blakrnun. Mrs. B ba uiarl mbe properly next to the Bip'i't c'luroh, piar. chaiedof.Mri II W K a is. tr J. T, Mock's two year-ol- d Chief, of this county, took the blue ribbon at Lexington WeJoeiday in the lumen sullloi rio;. There wre 14 ntrie. Wm. Stlgall and Geo. Tarkington, also of this county, took the Grt prsmluni fir the beU jmust. jick tnd theeeconi f r the The marriage of Mr. Wm E. Knight, of Lexington, an J Miss Mabel P.. Wishard, dstighter of Bv 8. E. Wihard, tho Presbyterian Evangelist of this p!c, is announced for 12 o'clotk to day. Mr. K. bs benstiidylo tbetlosf wi'h the intention of vnterlng the Biptial ministry. Littly hovevtr, his viiw bavs changed and ho will go to CmctnnUl wrrn he will a entt-- r Line Sf miliary and bei'ume minUter. on Mrs. Wm. Dokij'M ce school-rooTtiird sires', nd lining tbe family residence, is a model of neatness and comlort. It-i: yjntiis.tion is perxq oonstruc'eJ thtt fect and si IhorOtW'ily csilel inside that it cin tft fail to b wrm iu lha coldest weatbtr. The room will seat from 40 to 50 children. Mrs. Duke is a thorough leacn er and has li an unusual degree the coi.fi. decce and aflVctiun of her pupils. Iler school opened S'Pt 1. While Mrs. Judgo Dnnv, of L?xlnj.-lo- 1 and Iter ile', Mr I'ovt, wsm n the fp" last Hsturdsy waiting lo take tho rfien a hsnd sitch.l. simh as carrv, w.is suddenly m ssrd. A colored girl named Ella TavW ws siisncled of appropriating it and she was afixrward nr Ge ir." rested at Junction Cit br Wells and the sa'chel lound In r p -- sc -sinn It con'aini1 $0 50 In mnnst. se Ikirchiefs tn '!' airl brvuit hn here and omw'itrd 'ojiil and her ra I set for Wdresdsr, wlirn the prnso'iiing wimH fail'd to api eir (nl lh case was continii'ii. y H Wnerritt n one fiurth imrre-- t in the Lancaster F.ouring Mills for S5.000. Several persons in the county aud one tr Uo in town fK slight sh ckejat the ticca of tho earlhqntke Tueedsy preninz, Mr Taedre Carrv ijld hi firm on the B iok-- y oniainin 200 acres to Junes L Ymtis fir 58.550 r $42 75 pr -- J- 83-r- a r. NEircojin, rro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. otanford, Ky. 3Frm I?or Sale IGU! IOEI2 ICE! Ccut Per Fotuitl. 22-- pi, acre Madam L. L u!s, the dancing teacher, wili give her pupils a soirte danaint at the C.ly Hall Saturday evening. We candidly itdoilour ignorance resarding a "eoiree danjant" bui know it will be a highly Colle2e opened lie iloors Wednesday morning with a first- class attendance. The boarders are com-te- g lo each day and the prospects aro Hit tering for i full houie. Tbe faculty differs 1 ttlo frcm last year. Sen, Simon Bolivar Buckner was entertained by Judge and Mm. M. H. Osrn-l- ey Tueeday evening A number of invited guests weie present to meet tbe next Governor. Misses Lvila ond Altie Marksbury and their father, Mr. II. A. B. Marksbury, left Wednesday morning for a month's o friends in Nishvillo. Tnn. Miss Mattie Spangler, of Covington is the guest of Mrs. L. F. Hubble. Col. Sam Walton und Mr. W. 8. Buz ey arc attending the Lexington fair. Court Notes. Wm Best was fined $50 for. furnUhtag liquor to a minor. B. D. Hoi zjlaw against Mrs Nnme B. Anderson for malicious prostculioaj verdict 85 and c Ssraeagaimt same for slander, compromise judgment for $150 against defendant. Mary L. Beazley, Mattie Wal-lac- e and Eiizibelh Kyan were granted divorces from their iiege lords. Court Wednesday evening uitll Tuesday next. The grand jury has returned about 30imtic'uitn(s chiilly for misdemeanors. vit-itl- I will sell privately my farm of 82 acres, situated on the Lancaster pike, 1JJ miles from Htan-forIn a good neighborhood. It has upon fine dwelling bouse containing 8 rooms; good It a cis. I will delivr Ice to regular customers tn Stanford tern at tbe door; good barn and all recemry outand vicinity erery morning at buildings; four nerer falling ipriogs on the place, affording an abundance of .h.ct water. Fencing Olio all in good repair. 5 acres well sella grass; balfn cultivation Terms Accountsduoat the close of each month, or ance fceptember 2pt 1850. w easy. given III also sell the stock wbrnrustomirqults. and crop now on the farm. Apply to d, u it. e. ltd it no ir. '"t" JIASTEltSO.X 1'jnVTOX. etanford, Ky. MILLEBSBURG srliir Girrard Female College! This popular school, after a year of unparalled under sue-ces- Stanford Female College. s tmile STANror.l, KY. REV. C. POPE, President, Aff" The Next Session Opens September 1. Noted for Healtb, Oomfort, Homo Oaxe, Good Discipline, well Qualified and xeaonors, Tnorough Training and wide scope of Instruction. Graduates In .throe different courses, arranged to suit the mental tastes and capacities of pupils. For Catalogue apply to llO-S- MRS. S. C. TRUEHEA.RT, Ladv Faivcirxx., Afesln offers Ilsctf for public pstronaj. With Increased Iscllltlcs, an enlareed Faculty and an elevated course of study, it auords unususl opportunities for tbe education of your daughters. Bend tor Catalogue to REV, C. POPE. 133-J- Mlllersburg. Ky. MACE BUUCE'3 A LEX. 8. VAXTOX, Pretldent. Buggy & Implement House. I hare now &. BLrlAS & BRO. WHOLESALE A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and othor Agrioultural Implomonts, Besides a TIMBER & LUMBER it Wtst Swan Street, Tall Lino ot Buggies and Wagons Always on bard. In connection with my plement business, I will also carry a Im- BUFFALO, K. Y. A.!,hiSSic:!S!,..pHric,.?i?'-- r Che ltly Mes-eng- Complete Slock or Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices oa erery thing ai .to: o7k:i.p,rMckor?rwnuUt tered Oak and Hycamoro. A. 163-lt h."e Ash,Bi.k ' Trl Kj. C. IjOiv m-tv- ih any one. x. 31. Southern Asent, tilanford, SIXE, I solicit a share of your patronage, Beepictfully, r bt ItltUCE. GHESAPEAKE It Sores, Salt Khcum, Fever Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns sad allSVla Eruption a, aid positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For talo by Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. TaebiitSa!ra In the world iorCuts. Urulics BOURNE!' ' FIIOM WHENCE ICeiitticlrj'ti IConlo Enst poa WaBhiagton, Philadelphia and Tho only line running No Trvclc Return ti Sick ! Now York. Penny A McAIIiter. Pret-byter!- m s Wonderful Cures. W. D. noyt A Co., wholesale and retail Drug-glsof Uome, Oa., say: "We hare been selling Dr. Klng'a New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Bucklen'a Arnica Hal re for two years. Have nav-e- r handled fiooJj that sell as well, or giro such universal satlsfactloo. There have been some wcndcrlul cures offecteJ bj these meUldno In this city. Several cases of pronounced Coniumptlsn have been entirely cured by the use of a itv bottles of Dr. Kicg's New Discovery, taken la connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by renny 4 McAllster. (1) U tri, M-r-- An Enterprising, Reliable House. Penny A. McAllster can always bs relied upon not only to carry la stock tho belt of every thing but to ipeuro the Agency for such articles as hate merit, and are popular with the rco-pltheroby sustaining tbe reputation of beluj always enterprising and ever reliable. Itsvlog se cured tha Agency for lbs celebrated Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affection ol tho Throat, Lungs and Chest, and walnvlts you to call and get a frlal Bottle Free. (i) well-knoo, Ia these tight times each buyer should consult PULLMAN NEW SLCEWXO CA1W his own Interests. Why should y eu give one merAMD chant 50c for an article wben you ran buy the aame thing from another for 40c. To do this Is not PROM justice to yourself or family. In the next place, you should be s'ire to get good Louisville, Cincinnati cc Lexington, Ky. artlclts. Poor good are doar at any price. Noto Washington Oity, where Is this more ao than In Medicines. You tuUht aa well pay S3c an ouace lor saw dust as fo r Connecting In the same depot with inert medlclnia. Fast Trains for Now York. Bourne haslust received his lsrge stock ol Medicines of all kinds. Kterr article freib. from the Tho Direct Eoute to manufacturers. He now has the nicest and cheap- Lynchburg, Daarlllp, Norfolk and all Vlrslnla est selection of fancy goods, show case articles, Ac, and North Carolina Polnta. Ac. Thecslebrated Lamire's Spectacles and eye For tickets and further information, apply to glasses a specialty. Tbe best brands of mixed paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, your nearest ticket otflco or address W. W.ilon. sewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' roo, General Auent, Lexlnston, Ky. goods, cbromos. fiamcs, lamps, brushes, books ol W,Vs5.,0JCILAM W nil kinds, ststlonery, a toousand articles for tho 2dMcePiealdont, Oea'l Pasi'r At't. dear grandmas, mat Jen aunts aud tbe smartest baRichmond. VlrElnla. by In tbo business all at Dr. M, L. Bourne's New Drus Store, Stanford, Ky. A SOLID TRAIN "' MIMB, Ague Cure IS WAKRANTKD to cure Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Ulllous Fever, Fever), Liver Denfrue (or "Urenk-bono- " Complaint, nud nil ilbcitses arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S Concert Grand, PI AMOS ! Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. tha We are opening the most carefully selected, finest and best stock of h-- rl Positive Cure for Piles. rotbepuplecl this county wo would say that we haTebocn given the Agency of Dr. Marcblsl'a Italian Pile Olntmect emphatically guaranteed toiure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Blooding or Itching PIlss. Price 50c a box. Tor sal by Penny & McAllster, Druggists. FIAXOS AND ORGANS Ever brought to this city. Uvery Instiument Is tho prldo of an artist and prices range from 10 to 2J Percent, lower tnan other dealers atk lor the samo goods. Persons ot muklc.il acd art culture an Invited to an Inspection of tbebcaullful, cultivated, refined tone aud artist designs ot theso celebrated Instruments: il Tlio Kunljc, tho Fa- moiis Decker & Sou, the rouular Er-- . crctt nntl tho Rcllabio New England lVorltl-reiioHiic- Daughters, Wives and Mathers, guarantee Dr. Marchlil's n Female Keinedy, t cure Female Disrates, such as Ovarian troubles, lufiimmatlonacd Ulceration, Falling aud Dtiplaccme it or bearing down frtlllug, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o I MfeJcnchorrliiva, Iwldes many weaknesses spring-lu- g from the altoTC, like Ueadacbe, Bloating, Weakness, 8!oep'cssnts Nervous Debility, I'alpltstlonol the Heart, lc. For tale by Trices SI and Jl 60 per hottlo. Send to Dr. J B. M archill, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free rprsalttbv Pennv X McAIIiter. Drugi'lsis al Drug-gists. "Harpers, S. C, Juhj 9, 1884. "For eighteen viontJis sitf-cre- d xoith Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a I We emphatically bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and I have never since had a chill. Dr. Flanos, The Ocleljrated Oloagh and Wanoa and tho John Church & Co. Organs. -- J, rKErARED ny 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Drujjglsts. J2DWIJT HARPER." Mass. For Hard Times, THE INTERMi' JODMAL ANO Please communicate with us for catalogues, term nd prices. . IS. L. C OlilT, Spetlal Ag'ts, Stanford, Ky. OrKOU it. lUCHAUH, Itefcrenccs: A. It. I'ecr.y, Mrs. K.M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips. J. 'I and James Beat-le- y, Stanford; Mis. Maggie Holmes. Crab Orchard; Ccn. W J. I.ai.Jiaw aud Mlts Llxile Huff- J. man, Lancasfr, Ky. 133-ly- r When Baby waj alck, wo garo her Castorla, When alio was a Child, ho cricj for Castorla, Wliea alio becomo Miss, she clung to Castorla, Wbou aho ha! Children, alio javo them Castorla. DEMOREST,S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY ohid MAGAZINE THE "G01 12SrciUaT- -. Lamps u. 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M PL'At'OliY v, HHlHTTIir. Pms ard ' ' OEB OTXZ3S&C. Ciutn.i... 1, O. '.'ii r i A't, S "' ' """ ?!- mwmrmemwxx AtfJbAWAJMklWWbMMHMp-atlt. . . .. .. . tuLpb TZWMiitmmijiJiijmmssmmmSS . i. ART-WO-rtK crimes and misdemeanors have Inejeased. FOR NEWSPAPER8. This statement is undeniably due, and the Judge T. C. Manning, of Louisiana, fact is In no wice paradoxical. There are Telegraphing natures for Tho Process or I'lioto-l'-ir-ra- has been appointed Minister to Mexico to Imr. certain classfs of people who will have liI eeothat tho papers aro prlntlHg dckcrla resigned. September 3, 1888 succeed Gen. Jackson, Stanrord, Ky othlions of: a now Invention for telegraphing picquor at all cost and hazzird. There aro Street cars collided in Lexington ers, and quite a number of them, for whom tures for illintrntl-.- n, and it In mM that tho !fE Tuesday, in)uring several persons, includInvention is that of an Englishman named whisky, so soon as it is but under the ban of Glenn. W. P. WALTON. Mr. Glenn's invention N by no means ing Mrs. W. S, McChesney, who had her nrohlbltlon. has all the charms of forbid now, and as long ago as 1SS0 Mr. Stephen H. arm broken. den fruit. Tney want it then simply be- Horgnn, tho then photographic editor of Tho The Treasury Department has issued DEMOCRATIC TICKET. n procause It is forbidden. To meet these pop Now York Graphic, Invented and a circular fixing the traveling cxpentes of cess telegraph For OonjrMi, ular demands, men are not wanting who was of picture clurt an accurnto by which ho enabled to glvo picture of a government officials at "not to exceed $3 are ready at eyery obscure lsne, alley and Ixxit raw on tho Thames, near London, with.1.1 MES B. McGIlEARY, per day for each person." .. of tho tlnio at which tho rnco cross road to put up the blind tiger. Thus in n few ()( Msdlion. Grover Cleveland McQueen won a was rowed. Tlio rnco camo oir at 1 p. m. in it is that the trsffio is driven from a London, ami tho pictures of it were In thu prize at the Lexington fair as tho band saloon where minors are not al- 11 :50 edition of Tho Graphic. The difference is not necessity for us who have spent roniest baby boy under two years eld. lowed to drink to the back alley slums where in titno sulllecd to receive the cablegram of It There were seventeen entries. a dcztn of the beet years of our life in .the eyery check and restraint of the law is twenty words required to explain by tho At Rochester, N. Y , Mrs. Herman, on wanting. chart tho different position of tho boats and midat of this people, to reter to our record death-beto get up the cuts. confesses that her daughter regard to temperance and morality. We her objection to the of till kind of work It was tho quickest pleco in Another yery serious yet dono mid I doubt if killed her own father six years ago, a mur have stood for both in and out of season, proposed law is found in this fact that if it has fclnce been rivaletL der whicn nas otlllU tbe skill ot the po- it shall prevail, it thereby supplants and This Mr. Morgan who invented tbii tiroeoM 80 far as whisky is concerned, we care lice. is ono of tho brightest of tho art newspaper nothing for it personally and use it only A Crittenden county farmer found a by necessary implication repeals every othmen of New York. Ho has charge We watch in his watermelon patch. He adver- er law on the subject of the sale and use of illustrated department of tho Americanof tho occasionally and nerer to excess. Press know the many ills, however, that it has tised for the owner to came forward, prove liquor. This principle is held by the Court Association, and ho can write as well a sketch and photograph. Ho began lifo as a brought upon minkind, and if it were pos- property, etc. No owner has turned up to of Appeals of Kentucky in the case of Young vs. Commonwealth, 14 Bush. The photographer, mid was n traveling photogsible, would gladly lee the traffic in any date. rapher, when onodayamancamo In to ha vo -- A report has been started existing law forbids any person to sell, his picture taken. Ho took it, and noticed shape banished from the country, but from in Trenton, giye, loan or in any way furnish to a minor that the man looked at it very critically, and a study of the matter, we do not find that N. J , that the President propsses to Senator McPherson, of New Jersey, spirituous, vinous or malt liquor In any that ho seemed to bo very iuquisltlv-- j about prohibition as practiced is a panacea and his instrument and his use of chemicals. consequently are not an enthusiast on the Secretary of the Treasury when Manning quantity without tbe special written re- When ho uv tho finished photograph hogavo subject. On the other hand we are not op- retires. quest of such minor's parent or guardian. Mr. Horgmi his address, and told him that If ever ho wanted to como to Now York to call Miss Louisa Cish, of Rhea county, For its violation a severe penalty is impos posing thoee who think they are doing a good work for their fellows and for Tenn., is dead from starvation, having al- ed. Now if the proposed prohibition upon him and he would find a placo for him. The timo soon came, and ho was employed In the sake of those, who may think that we most entirely fasted for 70 days. At the movement shall prove successful at tbe tho Bogardus gallery. IN AIHWDANGE. sen beginning of her fast she weighed 118 Ibj.; polls, this law prohibiting the furnishing are the author of the When Tho Uraphio was well under wnv a timents expressed in the supplement sent at her death she weighed 88. ofllquor to minors, either by sale, gift or competent photographer was needed, and Mr. Horgan was chosen headed with this issue or in the column Two hundred Cleveland anarchists met loan, is repealed, and no legislation stands applicants, though out of a largo number of ho was the roundest man Prohibition Crusade" we will state to denounce the conviction of the Chlcajo between the barrel and the immature who oskod for tho place. Ho soon took "The that they are published as advertising mat murderers. The principal speaker said youth. It can be famished to him, glyen charge of tho entire photographic business of ter and paid for at the regular rates. The that if the men were hanged, 700,000 to him openly and in any quantity by any Tho Graphic, and It was ho who invented tho process of which is one, indecent or depraved enough to do it used by Tho Graphic, and tho secret of now paper is run partly for amnemtnt, but avengers would arise from their blood. which for profit, consequently space can alMrs. Elizabeth Rodgera has been ap- and it will be no violation to the law. enable them to do their work so quickly. At more One great, if not the chief object of this ono timo tlio editor of The Graphic had arways be obtained in it, if the matter is nut pointed Master Workman of District No. o called reformatory movement is to sepa ranged for Mr. Horgan to go up in a balloon 21, Knights of Labor, vice J. B. Murphy, objectionable, at established prices. and toko a photograph of New York from deceased. She is the first woman to receive rate, by the penalties of the law, the youth above, A great deal of money was spent in An earthquake which shook the country uch an appointment; is the wife of George of the country from the opportunity to in- preparing tlio apparatus, but tho balloon in nearly from one end to the other, occurred Rodger, a labor agitator, is 39 years old dulge an appetite for strong drink. Yet which tho trip was to bo taken collapvod a Tueeday night, setting people more than and the mother of 11 children; and we may those who enzajre in it suffer their seal to fow days before tbe timo net, and tho 'd Ofiho UcHt aiaktjM. was hurting them everywhere, except at add ought to be at home attending to o far outstrip their wisdom that they de- land given up. Frank O. Carpenter i CleveLeader. Charleitown, 8. C, where its terrible fary them. feat tbe accomplishment of their prime obPhotographs or Celebrities. seems to have centered. Block after blcrk George Haden, a clerk in tbe commis- ject by their folly. If real and genuine tem"The business of photographing celebrities," of houses tottered and fell in crumbling sary for J. C. Rodemer, contractor on the perance is the end sought to be accomplishsaid Mr. Lockwood, tho traveling agent of mastes, burying hundreds of persons be Chesapeake & Nashville railroad, near ed by the prohibitionists, their purpose, is Folk, o mo tlio othor day, "has grown neatb. To add to the horror, fire broke Scottsville, engaged in a quarrel with a ne- praiseworthy. But when they select an enormously within tho last ten years. It has with awful fury, destroying gro named Frank Kirtley over the pay- Improper, injudicious and unwise means to become so great as to almost overtbode priout and property and increasing the panic among ment of a box of sardines, which the negro accomplish It, they should not be surprised vate trade. In fact, somo photographers let it do so, which Is to my mind, a great mistake, the people. The total loss to property by had failed to settle for and in the quarrel to find that they have parted company for If it Is properly employed It can bo used the earthquakes, for there were several, Haden pulled out his pistol and killed tLe from the most conservative and intelligent to build up tho custom of private people. Our houso and another gallery in New Vork emand the fire is estimated at $10,000,000 and negro instantly. members of the community. ploy agents runners, you might roll them the loss of life at 40 to 50. A thousand la fine universal experience has shown whoso duty it is to bo upon tho streets and in HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. people are homeless and flocking upon the that prohibitory laws increase drunken- tho theatres on tho outlook for a pretty face commons around the city while terror is Mr. Blakeman commences his school ness, increase crime, increase pauperism, or somo distinguished person w honj portrait depicted in every eye. No such calamity sessions in Christian College on Monday, increase disregard for the law, and by de- will sell readily. "Wo have ono man who docs nothing has visited the country for years. Gih September. priving the State of iust and needed reve but watch tho hotels for politicians, joete, Died suddenly on Wednesday night, nues, increase direct taxation on all lecturers, or foreign celebrities. I have known Ik his ipeech the other day, John S. a statesman from J. W. property. In this election there can be but himato bring paying hi passage Washington Rhea, a candidate for Congreu in the Third at the residence of her for sitting, both ways. For the Ilcrry Nchsob. Brown, Mrs. Pamelia Bryant. Cut down one intelligent vote for temperance and for Again I've teen him go out to District, alluded to one T. F. Small in a hea fifty yote against to meet an incoming steamship which miles in the morning of a hopeful life, and leav- law and order, and that is a was manner that he regarded as offensive, this foolish and chimerical proposition, bearing to our shores somo foreign actress or whereupon Small indicted a challenge to ing an infant, of only a lot hours of age, novelist or note. It is only by such enter- A Card. mortal combat and forwarded it to Rhea, and a broken hearted husband, her sudden .prise that thoImmcno saloof notable' photo call has clouded our whole community To the Editor of the Interior Journal. who promptly declined to accept. Small graphs lias nccnworccu up. Of course wo Wednesday night at the Baptist church gladly furnish such people, as wo wllclt for will now proceed, we suppose, to post him with sorrow. John O. McAlister sends the follow- in this place, while I was abient from sittings with a quantity of jxirtrait gratis, as a "poltroon and a coward," but that is they buy ing: With a view to closing out my busi town, a person styling himself the "Rev after which pays us nt a special professional JOK WATKKM. not so bad as standing up befote a fellow's to devote Mich attention rat. It M.C. WKAHCX, pistol to be shot at and failing to be killed ness here, I will on Monday, the 13th Inst., erend Joe Munday, of Georgia," before a to theatrical portraits, for tho wide circularge audience of ladies and gentlemen lation they havo brings us in not a little prit be forever disfranchised and disqualified offer for Bale, on the premises, the remainder of my property, consisting of household read, as I am informed, the following par- vate trade. Our lxt markets aro New York, from holding office. Chicago, Philadelphia, Ikxton and San and kitchen furniture, farming implements agraph from the Intfrior Journal supFrancisco." Chicugo News. Mrh. Pat Hdkt is one of the females and live stock, the latter embracing thorou- plement: who won't do to fool,witb, Her brother-in-la- w, gh-bred cows and heifers, one yearling Tlio l'ruutlcr I'lii)tui;niilier. Go and hear Mrs, Nield tell her melanTalking about photographers,'' said n Rick Thomas, a young farmer of bull, all registeed or hubjjct to registry, choly tale of crime in Rockcastle county. young lady who In ono of the Bourbon county, made indecent proposals a lot grade of Alderneyr, a lot of yearlings It has been a prohibition county for a long luxurious chair reclined bully Imen cars, "I havo out west time. Oh! How Sad. to her and she warned him that a repeti- and two year-olsteers, nice young feeders, great violence of manner on n visit to my married kister way out He then with where there Isn't much but prairio and wind, tion wculd cost him his life. Monday a fine mare and colt, 2 horses, 200 (or updenounced it as an effort to stab you know. Well, there's a photographer night he went to Paris and endeavored to ward) fat sheep, a small lot of hogs, Ac. and tone In the back and prothere I'd liko to know where you can go in force her to comply with his desires, when Terms $10 and under cash over that a defenceless woman to be "a base coward this country and not find ono and lie was a she Bbot him, from the effects of which he amount 00 days with negotiable note. J. claimed the author good one. Nothing would do my sister but and puppy" and announced his anxiety to wo must go up and havo our pictures taken, died Tuesday morning. She gave herself O. McAlinter. tell him so to b!a teeth "on the street, in his and so wo went up. I sat fin. Ho arranged up to the authorities after tbe deed. THE PROHIBITION CRUSADE. From other allu- mo in tho chair, an old wooden one, and office, or anywhere." There is no telling where this pension clearly understood to refer to placed my head in tho rest, which was an old Tbe reasons why Prohibition should sions he was pitchfork, with tho sharp business will stop. There ia a feeling in not prevail at the polls on the 11th me. Now I wish to say to my friends and broken oil". Then what do end of tho timi you suppose tho extra-ordinsome quarters that the United States be- of this month are numerous. In considerneighbors, who were present at this brute did J Well, ho fixed hi old camem nnd longs to performance, that I was the au took a hugo quid of tobacco out of hi mouth, soldiers. Not content ing the question the candid and intelligent with the present appropriation of $80,000, voter will be careful to discriminate be thor of that paragraph, and based it upon threw It against tho wall higher than his head, and Mild: 000 yearly, applications are still pouring tween Temperance and Ironiou'tbn, No good the public admlsson of Mrs. Nield in one " 'Now, look right at that, mum, hold still, in at the rate of 450 daily, while the mill citizen entertains any sentiment of opposi- of her lectures ai this place that both crime and look purty.' "Chicago Herald. grinds out new pensioners at tho rate of tion to the former. Temperance in eating, and drunkenness had increased in RockWatermelon! Flavored to Suit. 235 every twenty four hours. Times. drinking, in work, in recreation and in ev- castle county under the experiment ofpro-hibitto- n. Col. JelT Uoynton of Arlington has discovto I want each a novel way for flavoring watermelons. highIt is with exceeding great joy that we ery pursuit of life is enjoined by the interest this paragraph again one of you readread eredsays you eon flavor them with any extract carefully it Ho est considerations of individual observe In the last Issue of the Richmond with a microscope If you please and see you desire. IllsmcthoJis: Before the melon Herald that our friend, Judge French Tip and public policy. But whether temperripens cut n slit about an inch long in tho . iiiB LeuDnon Hojifr Mi Crum F tur. If . ...- i- wuniTertiiijr T popular ance in respect to any of these things neces-siril- if you can find in it a word, a syllable, or a stem, nnd about s through it, and ton, has been elected superintendent of the TO M. Waters, Salesman. & result from, or will likely follow, letter, reflecting in the slightest degree up- pour in a drop or so of tho extract every Episcopal Sunday School, and in the exprohibitory legislation is by no means a on Mrs. Nield. I am strangely blind if morning until you think you have tho melon uberance of our feelings we are forced to Every morning, be found in it inconsistent flavored highly enough. after pouring In tho extract, clow tho stem exclaim ''Praise the Lord." We know conceded proposition. Yet it is right here anything can respect with the high esteem I enand tlo n ktring around it to hold it together. that the "Ihin Column" must go now. A that prohibitionlsU deceive themselves by in any the grossest fallacy of reasoning. They as- tertain for the talents and the virtues of Cok Uoynton flavored quite a number of man can rot serve two such masters. melons in this manner, and is now enjoying sume that prohibition will stop or retard that excellent lady. some rare and excellent melons. Atlanta WnEN the Court of Appeals convenes intemperance in drinking, and, to borrow Why then this dramatic scene at tie Constitution. next Monday Judge Caswell Bennett, of their Btale rhetoric, diminish the number church? Why should the foul tongue cf A "Chapel" anil u "Church." Livingstone county, will take the place of of "drunkard's graves opening in to drunk- an unknown tramp be set loose upon me DIALSH1B- Occasionally Mr. Ueechcr attends "church" Judge Dines, while Judge W. 8. Pry or be- ard's hells." They are blindly oblivious to from tbe pulpit without a shadow of reaIn England, but ho preaches in "chapels" only; comes chief justice. On and after that the fact that the yery point in controversy son or provocation? The reasons are ob for in England tho most magnificent chnjieU Drugs, Books, Stationery and date the pay of the judges will be reduced is, does prohibition have this effect? The vious and are two-fol- d. In the first place used by Dissenters aro called "chapels," while Fancy Articles. tho Anglican buildings are called "churches." from 5,000 to $4,000 a year. answer to this question is not satisfactory if thoee who are coaching the "Rev." Munthe attention of Quite in keeping with this local prejudice-- , Phyilcl ant prtcrlptlont sceurstely rompoundKl, Btormonth's dictionary defines a "chapel" as Hon. Arthur Carutii has announced confined to a few pious ejaculations about day are anxious to divert JLkt people from the real issue involved in "a subordinate placo of public worship." and himself for Congre's, in response to the widows and orphans and ruined homes, ut- the the contest over the prohibition. They a "church" as "an edifice or building d b SHHjpHHHHHT. lSjST3SsTm lASSuLBTIUL monster petition calling on him to do so. tered in tbe lugubrious tone of the peripaor set apart for tho worship of Cod." prohibitionists. We assert that tbe are anxious to provoke an assault upon one card has the true democratic ring and tetic His Frank Leslie's. of their "saints" that they may have the The Largest 8took of Watches, Olooks, it reads like the production of a man that tendency of prohibition Is to increase rathbrawl out ''persecution! The Cruto of "Carpet JletliliiiR." Jewelry and Silverware er than diminish intemperance. To indulge opportunity to ie going to win by an overwhelming majorLawn planting is a now craze, nnd is known in speculative reasoning on this question is martyrdom!" In tbe next place the "Rev." ity. as "carpet bedding." Tlio ornamentation is ac- Brer bought to this rasrket Price Lowsr thin tns Lowiit. Wstchei, Clocks nd Jewelry lis- not needful, when the statistics of the coun- Munday himself courts the personal dis- complished The Paris Kcntuckian and the Citizen, the try are bofore tbe people. It is incontrover-tibl- y tinction of having been kicked by a gentle- of plants, by tho uhe of a low growing class Plrel on short notice sod WimnM. which, when planted, grow no higher latter owned by William Remmington and man, But both Mr, Munday and his than tho lawn. Designs aro mado in every true that, in thoee counties in Kennow 87 years old, will be consolidated next shall be disappointed. I shall conceivablo pattern. There is great variety tucky whera the license system has been in shading, many possessing nrich metallic week, with the oldeat man in the world, superseded by prohibitory laws, at least not be diverted by abuse from discharging luRtcr, so that there is no difllculty in forming Col, John G. Craddock, as editor. to my county. I beds resembling carpets spread on tho green two and likely more, dogerIea have taken what I reeard as a duty The republican convention held at the place of llcsnsed saloons. For instance, I shall continue to expoae the gioss falla- lawn and having tints more beautiful than art can give. Chicago Times. Wednesday nominated the neighboring town of Danville for the cy and futility of prohibitory legislation, Campbellsville unless I ahall take no farther notice, past year has refused to license a saloon. Judge H. F. Finley, of Whitley for Novel Test for n Treacher. in tbe 11th. Msj. Bolts will have As a result, Instead of two or three orderly compelled to do bo, of this pious little plot. It is said that a Hebrew congregation of St. Taul has adopted a herolo method for testing and decent saloons, there are now, or were, I desire only to call the attention of Linsoft picking. at the last term of the Boyle Circuit Courts, coln county people to the shameful fact tlio sermonizing qualities of a candidate for The Central Election Board at Frank- twenty seven doggeries in the town selling that the prohibitionists in order to shift its pulpit. Ho is not permitted to lire his at fort has decided that Carr is fairly elected liquor in violation to the law. Danville and evade the Issue are being compelled to very best sermon him tho congregation, but a committee meets en tho way to church, Gov. Leslie forjudge in the 7th Dis- preeents over no exception. It is but a fair desecrate the pulpit and to retort to the gives him a test, and ho Is expected to preach trict and he has been given a certificate to sample of tbe many communities in the methods of the ward "heeler" and the from it without further notice. Now York Bun. that eflect. W. II. Miller. State where the licemed system has baen shoulder bitter. Tho Australian colonic are nil legislating Stanford, Sept. 2. Tho fall meeting of tbe Louisville dispensed with. In addition, we have the against tho Chinese, Monday, Septem- concurrent testimony of all the CommonJockey Club commences Fon Bale. S00 No. 1 breeding ewea ber 13tb, continuing six regular days. wealth's Attorneys in the.Sttte that in ev- A. T. Nunnelley. The 'Iratucnpt i&ja the police of Lex, ery county where local option prevails, The programme embraces twenty-eigh- t Seed R vs. 100 bushels for sale. W. ington bad killed 000 dogs up to Saturday doggeriei have multiplied in number and I A Hsmllton, McKInney, Ky. races, of which sven are slakes. nlfM HOTKS OF CURRlHTtWENTi. Siiaf-ctlft'SntekSon- Illii-tratlo- n, 1. si Will! Iy. ud GROCER, 1 d MAIN & SOMERSET STS., SStanfoi-cl- , op-po- in FRUIT JARSjAND FRUIT CANS n photo-lithograph-y MOWING B ES & BBEB SCYTHES A ed FLAVORING EXTRACTS! cheapest and iieht SEVEEAL GRADES OF SUGAR step-fathe- The Best Goods at the Lowest Pric es r. WATERS,IWEAREN CiFLOODERS. d arr y two-third- .. WATERS WEAKEN. t i i i F nay M'Alsf r PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. conso-secrate- bottle-h- olders ' Wall Paper, M Con-gre- ss Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. -- Fullfand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WKARKIUT, ii if Srati:3Bttyj3uttrior3oarn3l Sksford, E. Ky., FneoH Gindles ant for a few days M Water A WesrfVr pleas- Attend the sale nf I. M. Duud'j f!H! fine SE77 IDTKCTISEMCtTK. The weather hat been gloriously Heptembr 8, 1886 - Business farm near Bryantsville on Thursday, Sep (ember 0;b. FlHST Fall style of 8(10 Hats of Ihe tea sou at Bruce A McHoberta'. O. WALTON. Manager, I. AH. Mill trsln LOCAL TIME CARD. ' Eiprssilrslo" ) ' ii Tnca-AJtc- Kototf North Houth. South Moth ................ tM-t1- . .... IJlMi V jo T 1 2 44 . 2 all about W ml calculated on standard mm iimuh lOHAL HOT ICES. (tin. 1BI.U. U. doUr WATCHES and Jewelry reps.irod on ihor Dotlcc nd warranted bj Penny & McAIie Boy the Haas Hog Remedy, Lc ori(E aal and only Rotiuinr, from Penny AMcAl-teA r. ar tmC m it tyle. Kockford watches a specialtj. Pen. J. CAllVESTF.lt, au 1M-Stanford, Ky. A McAHster. respective district; Highland, Stanford (Hid DEATHS. Uustonville. Florence, daughter of our English PERSONAL. The Fifteenth Session of Btanford Fe- friends. J. W, and Mrs. Mary Kay, of SALE OF PERSONALTY. Mr. A. O. IIcefman U quite ill. I male College and the second under Presl- - Hlchtand. whose birth we recently an E. P. OwansY is tnklnR In the LerinR. A. 8. Taxton opened Wedtissday with nounced, died last week, of cholera InfanI will sell at tu bile suction at the old Hrlggi Farm, near McKlonsy, on MKHl'IIAKT TAIJLOIS. lonValr. some 70 scholars and assuring prospects tum. Mim UrasiE Ilmitta has relumed from that the number will run up to. 100 by Mrs. Pamelia Cloy d Bryant, who was litefulay, September 11, 18S0, r Tistt to Crab Orchard. Monday next. The faculty is unusually united In marriage a short year ago to Mr My stock, consisting of a nlcs Jot of brood mires 1 hSTS recslvod and still receding and colts, I nice Mbb C. Z. Floyd will Tlsit Mrs. O. A, strong this session and the institution de old saddle mars, nice Monday phtston pony, ons2-yrE. II. Bryant, died In child-birtold saddle mars, 4 orS Bartholomew this week. 1 serve the fullest patronage night and was burled at Hustonvllle Tues- beadofgood work tnulti, 12 Jennst and Jannet colt 1 yearling jack colt, 10 or nlco cowi and cilrn, Eld. W. L. Williams has nearly re' day. A lovable, christian woman is thus 6 ol which are thoroughbreds, 1 old thorThe accident on the Cincinnati Southoughbred bull, 1 yearling bull cslf.JJ nice breedcorned from his late severe illncM. cut down, leaving husband and friends to ing Kwn, 33 good Hogs, 20 nice shoiU, 40 acres of had beenlearee Comprising the best tn the market, which will be MISSES JSNNIE AHD DOVIE UARPElf ern was more serious than corn, firming lmplemsnU, Ac. here when we went to press. It was caused sorrow, not, however, as those without Tkkms: All sums under 110, cash; that smount are attending the Lulnrfton fair. Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to H ono in City or Country. TR hope, for she had long since given her andortr, M days' credit, with Interest on nego- Gotton CArr.ANiMna.J. II. Bailey hare by the track spreading at a point on the s heart to God and walked in the paths of tiable notes, payab, In the Farmer Ntllonsl Eogloeer Give Me a TrlHl. road near Dry Ridge SAU JS. 01FEX8. B5 k T.r SI1 n fortl gone to Lebanon to spend a few days. 1M-H. Bum, Auctioneer. righteousness. Inbiggage-maitewere and the W. P. Tate and Miss Lucy Tate Mrs. stantly killed, and the conductor was slightRELIOIOUS. have returned from a visit to Lebanon. Mrs Jons Pnrwirr, hai moved to ly Injured. The pissengtrs escaped for the Rev J. E. Trlplett will preach at McMr. Daviret' property on Lancuter Street, most part unhurt. Kinney on next Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A M Mips Mildred Lewis has gone to Lex STOCK & CROP. The Rev. John G. Pond, nf Klrkaville -- Rev. F. S. Pollltt will preach in Stan- LAND, inglon to visit her friend, Mrs. Beauchamp. will address the cltitens of Lincoln county I will expose at public sale to the highest bid- ford next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, Cat. J V. Kobe, of Ihe Greenaburg in favor of prohibition at the following and at 3 r. M nt Brlght's. These will be aer on ma prtmuta on Tknrmlay, September 9, 18S0, Branch, was a guest at Mr. Q. II Hardin's time and places: Crab Orchard Sept. 4th, the last services of this Conference year. At 10 o'clock a. m , my Farm of gOO Aeree of this week. Halls Qafr 2 r. M ; Goshen Sept. 1th, 7:30; js Lsod, situated In Osrrsrd county, S We have it from good authority that miles West Mrs. W.O. WnERRlTT haa gone to Sept. 5th, 11 o'clock; Mt. Moriah Sept. 5th, Mr. Barnes and family will be here next Tnrnplks. of BryanUfllls, on the Fisher's Ford DEALER IN TbsLsnd Is in a high state of cultiVersailles lo visit her parents, Mr. and 7:30; Turnersvllle Bept, 6tb, 3 o'clock; detlrab'e property. The lm- Thursday, after stopping Tuesday and vation and Is very of a provemsutt consist dwelling, Mrs. James T. Bailey. Sept. O'.b, 7.30; Brlght's School Wednesday in Danville. S rooms, newly repaired and painted inside snd outside, with all neceusry outbuildings, N. Ckaio has gone to Centre House Sent. 8tb. 7:30. All arc- invited, es Will Eld. J. O. Livingston writes, I am at Including two large barns, and In fact ersry College. John M. Oral?, who belongs to pecially the colored voters. necessary on a firat-clfarm. On the Kirgs Mountain holding a very interest farm are two never falling springs and a good stock the senior class, leave Monday. a re- rstlog meeting Seven confessions to Wed- pond. The discussion of prohibition from I hare also the following stock: Seven Gen. Kimon Bolivar Buckneii and ligious and moral standpoint between W. nesday night We will organize a chnrch Cows and CaUes, 3 Hereford cows, 1 Jersey Judge P. B. Muir were entertained at din H. Miller and a man who claims Atlanta, heifer, 8 long yearling steers, 2 yearling steers, 5 at this place. old thoroughbred yearling belters, 7 ner by Col. W. G. Welch, Wednesday. old thoroughbred bull3u stock Ga., as his home and Joe Manday as his Dr. A. J. Witheispoon, Chaplain of hellers, 1 Misses Maud hogs, 35 shoata, 10 sowa and plgi, 1 extra maro Mns Hannah Poteet, name, Tuesday afternoon, drew a court- the Seamnn'a Bethel at New Orleans, was mule, l r old mare by Ed. Kimble, 1 Myles and Mary Poteet, of Harrodiburg, house full of people, a majority of theta old combined bar mare. 1 buisr mare. 1 here Wednesday night and after a short old b ack tur by Ortnnon, and 1 yearling and Mrs. Ode Huffman and Misa Clyde, of women. Mr. Miller presented his side of discourse at the Baptist church, succeeded uore coiu ui larmtog implements, lucre arel Champion mower, 1 hay rake, 1 wagon, 1 Lancaster, are visiting rcUtives here. the question very foacibly and for the most In raising a sum of money to aid in his Bradley Cultivator, 1 Oliver Chilled plows. Ac. Titr. Louisville Tmu says that Hon. part sensibly, bnt we do not think Mr. work among the sailors. Also 1 horse and buggy, Also 40 acres of corn In the field, a lot of oals aod hay and a small tract of T. I Hill. Jr., will probably gst the Munday arose fully to the opportunities of Georgetown raised $100 toward pay- sorghum. Terms male known on day ol sale. t?als reserve. of the Kansas Land office, which the occasion, though his followers seemed ing Bro. Barnes' expenses in holding a without lisoLlsii, Auctioneer. I. St. 1DVXX. T. l 4 Si is quite a lucrative position. We hope it greatly pleased with his efforts. Mr. Mil W. B. McKINNEY, meeting there. Paris also wants him. The Salesmen. is true. JOHN BRIGHT, ler has a numbsr of appointments over the whole country wants him, and if he ZCTO. 2788. KanMk. Geo. K. Stone has gone to county to address the people on antl pro will undertake to fill the demands for his REPORT OF THE CONDITION sas City, Mo,, where he will locale in the hlbltton and next Monday will speak at services his time will be wholly occupied OF THE practice of his profession. Mike Sauflsy, the Court-Hou- se at 1 o'clock, s alone for two years or In the SomerNATIONAL BANK of Btanford, will bs his putner. The restaurant and confectionery man more. Lexington Gszstte. set Banner. protracted meeting at this place The OP 8TVJfITOItX. Harris, thought his time had come Mn A. G. Cowan, who went to Mon- J. T. Tuesday night and he was a pretty badly has been in progress for a week and there At Stanford. In tho State of Kentucky, tana recently to grow up with tho country, at Oloso of Business, Aug. 27, 1880. as sure as you are born. have been about 14 additions up to this returnrd Tuesday, satisfied that Kentucky scared individual by has sore eyos and is also writing. The services are conducted It seems that be HUSOUKCES. Is tie bet State and Lincoln the best counDealers In all xlna of Yancy, of Lancaster, who is en- Loans and Discounts affected with a stomach trouble. For the Eid. G. W. 3272,580 ffi ty to grow in. dearing himself to the people of the neigh- Overdrafts 2,527 72 of sugar of lead had 150,000 00 Their friends and patrons were glad former a solution usual remedy for thebeen borhood by his earnest and forcible pres- U.S. Bonds to secure circulation latprepared and the stocks, bonds, and mortgages 13,200 00 Mary TapscJtt, of Virginto welcome Miss Richmond Other of the Scriptures. Due from approved reserve agents 7,197 27 on a shelf entations and Miss Ida Prewille, of our neighbor-in- n ter. Bath remedies were placed ia, Duo from other hatIon.il Banks C.5CS 61 in his store, where the light does not shine Herald. couotr of Boyle, bsck to their positions There are fourteen Presbyterian Theo- Due from State Banks and Bankers..... 4,190 19 brightly, acd when he went to parReal Estate, furniture and fixtures 8,980 00 In the Cjllsce this waik. Mics Lee and vtry liCurrent expenses and taxes paid. ... 674 09 he got things logical Seminaries in this country, with nre detained at home, the former take of the stomach medicine, Spencer eight- Pmnlunu paid 21,000 00 mixed and swallowed most of the eye wa- braries aggregating 203,000 yolumni; by the doath of her mother; the Utter by 3,012 88 Congrega- Checks an.l other cash Items ter. Discovering his mistake, he sent post een Citholic, with 180,000; ten Bills of other banks .. 315 00 illness tional, with US 0S0; fourteen Baptist, with Fractional paper currency, nkkeli and haste for a doctor, who administered an BgyMlMBMBssalJaHasJssMlJ.fiti twelve Episcopal, with 80,000; cents 33 S3 LOCAL MATTERS. emetic and the old gentleman began to per- 105,000; 2.220 00 ono Re- Specie form in a manner that scon placed the of- thirteen Lutheran, with 52,000; Legsl tender notes 10,318 00 New S:cck of School Shots at Bruce & formed Dutch, with 37,000, and six Meth- Redemption fund wltn U. S. fending medicine where it could do no Treasurer McRouerts'. .- Chicago Inter Ocean. (5 per cent, of cliculatlon) 5,750 00 harm, and his sctre was over. When sub- odist, with 2S.O0OLr.xiNOTON, Lancaster and Lebanon flour sequently informed that the quantity he Total JJ39,7')7 10 LAND. STOCK AND CROP lit Waters & Wraren's. took could not have hurt him to any great .... LIABILITIES. 8250,000 00 Fat hogs sell in Fayette county at 4 Capital Slock paid In Six building lots for sale between Stan extent, he got mad at the doctor for not Surplus Fund 0,000 00 Darat. so before he had disposed of cents. telling him ford and Rowland. H.J. 2,33 10 county, Undivided profits.. outstanding John Denton, of Fayette National Bank Notes 13,000 00 Day trslcs on the L. & N. now make everything that could he wrenched from of A. B. Bowling & Son 230 head Individual Deposits subject to check .... 135,tCJ 35 bought connection at Junction City for the South his stomach. M..1 mi Due to other National Banks GO 4.2C5 60 Monday. Last Sunday there ap of stock ewes at $3 per head. Joe. Due to State Banks and Bankers 3,C37 35 The Woodford Sun eaya Ware & oilers his desirable Rev. J. E. Tuh-let- t peared at the Christian church here a tall Total S5S0.707 40 & Son 10,000 home for sale. Prices reasruable, terms and rather good looking man, who intro- George bought of Qraddy SllItRKi STATK OF KENTUCKY, 1 M bushels of wheat at 75 cents per bushel. County of Lincoln, j eiev. duced himself as "Joo Munday, whoe I, Jno. J. McRolerts, Cashier of aboTC named A. T. Nunnelley sold to Dave Prewitt Fourteen shares of Farmers Bank name like Bam Jones', was a household 125 wethers; to E. T. Pence 50 ewes and bank do solemnly awcar that the above statement la true to the brat ol my knowledge and stock and five city of Stanford bonds (one word all over the South" and said that be J. S. HOCKER, President. to J. E. Lynn a email lot of ewes, all at 3c. belief. would preach the same night at the Baphundred dollars) will bo sold court day." sworn to More me this 30th day Stock men will be interested in know- ol Sulwrltwdsnd W. M. BUIOUr. N. V. L. C. Mil Aug , 1SS8. As he raiue unannounced and I'oiil, Lumber. V.H: Grnln, Wool, Tun person holding ticket No. 2,454-t- he tist church. ing that Mr. C. E. Gentry, of this county, Correct Attest. no one knew him here, and as ho acted bo D. W. ViKDKVKRa, ") one which drew the buggy will please has taken a position with Conner Bros., J. Directors. and egotistically there was a W.O. Welch, bring it f irward and take the buggy. D. forward W. P. Tatk, Cincinnati, Live Stock Commission Mer j suspicion that there was some" Klass.' thing wrong, which suspicion coming to chants. 3STO. 1705. Price Hudson bought of Mattingly A stated Railroad Meeting convened his ears, ho Bought to allay by telegraphThe 16 hands high, L. 28 head of mules REPORT OF THE CONDITION at McKinney Tuesday night, last. K. ing to Walter Hudson at Palmetto, Ga,, as Simms Tanner and Dr. Green Moote were appoint- follows: "A croaker here charges that I at $200 per head. Mr. Hudson also gets ed delegat" end James W. Glvens and F. am a fraud. Please tell the people who the lot af 55 mules sold some time since by The Farmers National Bank M. Ware, alternates to the Rillroad Con- and what I am." In due time a reply J. C. Phillips to Mr. Crczler, of Nelson. vention at Tullahoma, Tenn , 8ept, 15th came as follows: "J. A. Muhday served Mr. Hudson informed us that he has In the State of Kentucky, at tho Closo of about 490 green mulee Business. Aug. 27, 1880. J. II. Vanhook, Secy. our church for three years, resigned of his bought this season at an average of $150 per head. These RESOUKCE8. The excursion train on tho Kentucky own accord, Don't think him a fraud. mules last year would have cost $175. Loans and discounts ....$300,105 62 Central for the benefit of those who wish Is calculated to do much good," This Lebanon Standard. Ky.v 2,502 57 Overdrafts Brother Barnes at Lexington will was satisfactory to most people, who did to hear 75,000 00 W. B. Kidd shipped Thursday the U. 8 Bonds to securo circulation. not consider that an accomplice might 24,800 00 leave Rowland at 8 o'clock Bonday mornrecently Other stock, bonds and mortgages tho telegram, but Mr. Mun- following cattlo which he bad Wiiici. 15,150 61 Drags, Due from approved reserve agents Wall ing, arriving In Lexington at 11:35, Faro havo answered Baltimore: Due from other National Banks purchased for Lehman Bros., of 10 652 32 UOOKK, Liquor Glieuiicni, for tho round-tri- p day has other evidences of his identity from here and Lincaster bought of Nelson Gay, weight 1,450 Real estate, furniture and fixtures C'lcnrH. Stutlonury, 7.0C0 00 Pockei 1'iii ii ta. more convincing than the telegram and we 04, $1.50. Returning the train will leaye Tohaeeon, S3 43 Nouim, :utlerj. Oils, lbs,at$1.75;18ofJeptha Haggard, 1,518 Current expenses and taxes paid are satisfied that he is thn original and onItZachiit Perfumery, 2,137 21 paid...... JLnuipH, Fire lriuN, Lexington at 6 o'clock, lbs , at $4.05; SO of J. D. Gay, 1,407 lbs., Premiums ly Joe Munday, one of the many imitators 1,750 00 Bills of other Banks Meslot of Eli Dooley, 1,484 Fractional paper currency, nkkels and Our .Tnwolrv. Mlrorvrure and jitlcal (Joodn Department Is In Charge ot Col The fine mare, Messenger Bird, by of Sam Jones, He is personally a rather at$4.G5,anda best 51 10 Tlios. B'cliarus. who will Repair Watches anil Clocks promptly and In tW ftest cents senger Chief, belonging to Hon. G. A. Lick-b- t. pleasant man and apparently possessed of lb,, at $4 C5. These were among the Bpecle 8,000 00 style. oot out of her stable Tuesday night and some ability, but the trouble with Mr. cattle in the county and will be shipped Legal tender notes...- .4,000 00 Bun. Winchester wandered into tho cut beyond the Danville Jones' Imitators Is that they imitate his direct to Liverpool. Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) 3,375 CO pike, where she was run down by a train coarse and rough expressions rather than CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. 8101,017 98 Total and killed. Sio had been In training for his other better traits and think when tbey Felix L. Myers and sister, Minnie Lee, LIABILITIES. somo time and was regarded as a remarkaoin speak as cftinslvely as possible thdy are 3200,000 00 trotter. Mr. Lackey says he succeeding grandly in their attempts. Mr. left last Saturday for their new home in Capital stock paid In bly promising 63,001 89 and to attend school there, They Surplus Fund Ever Hale. refused $500 for her before turning her Munday is evidently imbued with this Idea Louisville 2,256 47 Undivided profits Kob rtnnlflt bnlui vnn r...i murniMn nm mm or rubber Coat The. FIbII DRAND SLICKER were accompanied by their cousin, Leah National Bank Notes outstanding 67,500 00 and his manner repels instead, of draws over to tho trainer. ... ..;.jin,ir ami will keto you ilrv In the hardest storm I atwvi i..i..ni.,i.i.... ituid 111.IG7 11 AU(orttiovK!BI HKANft" lucsiaand takenoouwr. .IT yoursioreaeepsiaow W. Stegcr, who will also attend school Individual deposits subject to check. loin. nil. A J. TOWKH. M Simmon. Bt, Ho.lnn, MM the Lebanon iSKandard opponents to his side. Men cin be led We take from '' 7,010 ii Due to other National Banks there. 12,782 26 Due to State Banks and Bankers verdict of the coroner's jury in the much better than they can be driven and tho Harrison H. Oliver, of Ballon, Texas, is killing of Berry Lenke: "We, of the jury, our prohibition friends, who would con UQ 1,017 98 Total tho eyidence that the demn as worse than criminal those who noted for having 101 bullet wounds on his STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 .. find and believe from body. When he was a boy a friend thought County of Lincoln. JM deceased, R. B, Leake, was killed by the fall to agree with them, ought to consider I, Jno. B. Oivaley, Cashier of theabovo named In that intomperance in some other things, Is he was a deer and fired 37 budeshot into Elghtoon Professors and Instructors. north bound local freight No. 28 while jianic, no solemnly swear mat tno auovo atatement nearly as bad as in the free use of liquor. him; he was shot all to pieieV in the war; Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Mechanical, Scientific, Englneerlng.GlassIcal, Normal School, the act of coupling cue on the scales JNO. B. OWSLEY, Cashier. We would therefore suggest that the and in 1873 a Bolton dentist took him for on the 30th day of Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. switch In Lebanon, Kr., Subscribed and sworn to leforo mo this 31st day put 51 duck shot in his back, 1880, on tho L. A N. R. R i and good brethren intimate to Mr. Munday to an enemy and COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION.- -August, of lug., 1S86. JNO. J. MoIlUtiEItld, N. I'. - & was stick to the Bubject of his lectures and not perforating his liver end hidneys. Sixty Correct attest: wo further believe that the said killing Fall term begins Ocpt. 8tll, 188G. -, For : tntnlORttO and other Information 8, H.Siunks, ") in the slzj from a duck , : - ...wio. 4 r? ;;.,-.Addrcas jAaxr.n rc. J H alcurn, accidental and unavoidable. John Birr, needlefuly offend people, who are not dis- - bullets, rancins remain in his body. John M Hail, J slot to an ounce ball, one of the j" 7 U h ar oomplcte Block o( Jewelry, latest Only one or two people noticed the Of LOGAN COUNTY, Is a Candidate or the office earthquake here and thought nothing of it ofBiiperlntendent of I'uc.Hc Instruction, subj.cl to the DemocratloHtate Convention. till the daily newspspera came.' Down in A MAN tn Dell county has jast bten tried Taylorsvllle they say that whrn it began to Desirable Home for selling Lin rote and fined $50, besldei rattle a certain man'd door, he Bred away Sale. being sent to jail fir 25 dayi. Floater tiad at it, thinking ajburclar was trying to en Tha undersigned oUVrs lor tale his home near better bewsre. McKlnner, Ky situated on the McKlnney and ter. HuitonTllla turnpike. Itcomliu ot a neat snd A FitEKiliT train jumped the track near oozy residence ol seven rooms, modern style, comMARRIAGES. paratively new. with an excellent cellar snd good Kaundstone on the L. A N. Tuesday, wreck-in- g cistern and with all necessary outbuildings, and Mr. Jacob Dautb, a widower, and Miss 17 acres of the best quality of land. Terms easy two care and causing a tedious delay in LIccIo Jung will be married at Ottenheim ana price to suit the times. the passenger train. f J. K. TMPLKTT. on the 0th. Both are Germans. My fall line ol Zjlgler Brothers' Shoes A couple fresh from the green hills of NAXilSZ arrWed yesterday and are now opened. I 8witxerland, Mr. Lewis Forney and Miss LOUISVILLE, KY., (75 Acres under one roof.Yi Invite my customers and all others to call Lrdia Felix were married at the Court- Two old Mules, broke to work, and examine them. 8. II. Shanks, House Wednesday. Judge Varnon officiITIUNCITAIj ATTKACTIOIV8. 4 Jersey Heifers, 1 thoroughbred Jersey AST MMCO county court ated and as the pair could understand but Bull, weight about 1,000 pounds, regis- tlPXYTJi? riiLAOE.rnoF. irABirs xatuhal HISTORY COLLECTION-T- US At a special term of the Z.E OF aETTrSBUna.DAiUiOSCII 0RCnE3TRA.CAJTJL'S BANV. Wednesday, T. J. Terry, Daniel Miller and little English the ceremony was decidedly tered in A, J. 0. 0. Book. 1REWORKS, and ovor Ono Thousand OTHER NEW FEATUHsr. P. W. Green qualified as constables in their amusing. a. II. K. TAYLOIt, 33EEjc sSo vTT3s;:ER.; SHxpoaxTioai ?vr For iJAtilltUmiitltStSSlBSttKftSKfimKX W-t- FOB TIOX.-MATT- New Goods for Spring and Summer, Matt-Comb- r PUBLIC SALE W. flrst-cls- niuzsa twe-sto- ry - re Hardware, Farming Implements, i high-grad- e. two-ye- two-ye- seTsn-Tea- Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, lp Elevatoi's5 Pumps., Oicler Mills, &c. WEfifiEN Blue-Gras- FIRST & MtlFEE, Farmiuglmplements and Machin ery, WMo Saggiest flas&f&gesH Wagons. Seel, F1, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm well-groun- ded M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Stanford, !titrttjiiti.it Opera House Block, I'aprt WLIOIXUII ' ,,l,.v.,T,-'-r,....Hr'?:U- STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY r I- t jf- - , mAm iJt m f " X' Wti x Sttnil-tEBttkliilHler- ioi Imiuui. Kncatlaa. could pojso. : fiftiiflBrn n J. my Sweet, this will t jfuuw TWS UIIHinBlliiai HVIIVfeV A TRUE LOVER OF 1646. enemies will surelybo n farowell noto, for Tho Lady Jane being troth plighted to the carry me to Edinburgh, .!r.eMW!lfl!l?fl Mo.tM.wr where! shall meet my doom. If you could young and gallant J. Spottkwoode, who wai but tell tho delight and tho dread of writing ono of tho noblo Marquess of Montrose's most to you. 1 ain yet with you whilo I writo, and devoted followers, being in sore distress at out of fashion, tho baro thought fills me with Joy; and then now of her lover's Imprisonment and sentence . )Tlwy say loving has gono SftuUf. liStM W. R, SMITH. rr1. UaUaVra.Ky, gtrceOieart; then am I suro that neltlior you a fear follows that these poor word of mine to death, herself craved tho boon of his life nor I can bo In tho fashion. For surety, If may fall in other hands but yours. I choke from his enemies, which wna, howorcr, denied B. W. B. PBNNY, lovo bo out of fashion, kissing must llkowlso Uie outpouring of my poor heart, lest other her. Steamers. Low lUtee. Dy dint of courago and resolution she peneDENTI8T, bo; nixl that won a kiss you gavo mo eyes but your should road them. "My sacred Titf per Week BetweMi uhoti you took leavo of mo (and md leavo ft lovo to lw profaned by being laid open to trated tho walls of bis prison nnd came alone, DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND tjw, swoetlicarti) both my mouth and tlilno scoffers" is n thought that tills mo with dread. tho night before his execution, to bid him lovor laid a wish upon her will testify. Your lips trembled, sweet, and Tho ribald can find a jest in tho holiest of good-by- . W. CuffTOaklaa Maitoe 1y. i tlio tears stood In your oyes, nnd yet I loved matters, and to havo your sweet name mado that sho should witness Ids dnath, wliich wish Srtrr Week Cay Bitwita tJmtpxntlo quivering better far than oven a byword by the careless would wound mo sho faithfully complied with. DETROIT AND CLEVELAND As bo passed her on his way to his executba brightest smilo you over gnvo mo, when keenly. But, of a surety, I shall find some VpNUl BttBtoyTtipe Cming Jntj aad A(futt. moons of sending a fow words to you, nnd tion ho sin: d right gladly with sudden joy, first I saw you sweetheart, nh, so long ago! Do you remember tho first tlmo? You perhaps you may hear concerning mo from and sho waved her kerchief to him and aba OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETC Bate Ml Bseurttea Tlakeu trtll be ruraUked havo blushed at it many times privately, I'll my enemies, who make a loud boast that throw him a white rose, which ho prayed hU ,. frr roar Ttktt Aitot, or aldtM warrant, for thcro was neither sho nor stock- they havo crushed and taken prisoner ilont-ros- o guards let him gather up. But they, fearing C. 0. WHITCOMB, Gan'l Pan. A(ent, and his nrmy. Therefoiv, sweet, 'tis tliat any delay would lnccnso tho populace ing on your foot. You wero daintily fording Detroit A Cleveland Steam Nv. Co. a swollen brook when my horse neighed, and only farewell for n few days that I am writ- against them (for all wero weary of blood OOee on Lancaiter itrcst, cext door to DETROIT, MICH. Journal oQce. OQlea lioun from 8 to J i heigh, presto! your govrn was dropped, and ing now. Only, Janet, do not ilatter your- shed), urged him on. At which ho cried M, and 1 to r. u. Aueathetlea adtnlDliUred what atslght of mc tho blood canto surging up in- self with false hope. Thero will bo no jwr-do-u with a loud voice, "Farewell, my Jauot I" nnd AMT TH(T floceaaary. SHRT .l walked (Irmly to tho scaffold. to ytiur chock. for mo. Nor do I desiro ono. Montro When all was over tho ladies surrounding Stvootheart, that was long ago I doomed to dio, I could not wish to live. W. II, MILLED OKO 8. CAItPKNTKIt. Heaven help mo if these words seem unloving tho Lad,) Janet, who liad soen her fall forJinny a blush you havo blushed, nnd many you havo shed (for tho which I lieg to my sweetheart Hut my lifo has proven ward when her lover pronounced his lost farea your pardon on my bended knees), for my so unlike my Imaginings of it. My swoets well, tried to lift her from tho seat on tho Nike, since then! have becomo bitter, my golden visions black window on which site had sunk. But when Thlit rowJer DflTtr Trlr, A tnarrrlolpurlt), Now you havo lieeonto tho very soal of my realities; all my ends so different from my they had looked on her fair face t.iy found itrvnglh anI Kbolraomtoesi. Mora oconouleai soul. I tell you this, not because you do not lieglnnlngs. I am too near my death to think that tho Lord had been merciful to her and than tbe ordinary klndt, aud ran not bo tola know it well, but because it pleases mo might- of new possibilities. I can but go over the had taken her to Himself when her lover conipctlton with tbe multitude of low trat .ihors welgbt a!uui or phosphate powders. Boldonly la STAM-fllil)-, breathed his Lu4, ily to write it. Soul of my soul, I'll writo it events of my life, nnd dream of my Janet I 1.ISC0I.5 CO , KV. ItoYaLBaKinn 1owdk L. cktor. IOC Wall Street, New Yorr found this last notieo, together Note. I ten thousand times, with ten thousand now Sweetheart, faro thee well, nnd grievo not Office. iSoulh bide meanings each time. Janet, can you imagine, mightily over your truo lover, with tho three letters Spottlswoodo wroto to J. S. Hirret.oter Flnt Katloa. lUnlr. his sweetheart, in nn old ail: chest which has P. S. Tha sun is shining brightly swoetlifart, what pain 'twas to loavo you, Icelu-Haonmof Hi nnnt Illu.0ru and what greater, sweeter pain' to seo you J Janet, and I long for you with n consuming remained unopened in our fnmlly for generaId (Vnlnl i."f,ii.i stock r.,.. griovo at leaving niof I would not'loso that longing. A llttlo gust of wind, full of the tions. I havo modernized tho spelling and and llMldiuera, IImImi and Mineral Until for tale on cotuiululon. greater jiain for nil the joys of heaven! fragrance of the heather, has brought back tho diction, but tho lottcrs still remain very For fuMher pmleaUn ond for prloM dcserln-,?- ! Sweet, I'm not blasphemous. I could not to me memories of you. Tho glad days wo much as they were written. Longman' ,hl' ", "f rnlrilei fjr boon ever bestowed upon man Ij perfect you and blaspheme; moreover, my spent together nmong tho henther, sweetl It think of JW.I'l health, und the truo way to, Ituurn health ' dear nnd honored chief would not allow a maddens mo to think of them. How careless Is to purify your blood with Aycr's Sars:v Tlio Cry of the Crab Man, blasphemous man to tight In his great cnilso." 'and happy wo were, and how bonny you parlllft. Mrs. UllzaV. Cloueh, .". Arllujr.. Strolling through the wet end of the city Janet, do you know tho one rival you liavol were! Janet, thoughts of joy, when tho soul Is overcast by sorrow, are like tho tortures of in tho ovijuing you somstiuu-Now bo jealous. I lnvo a jealous woman. ton St., Lowell, Mni., writes: ' Kerv bear n stranga sound coming nnc.no of tho'long vistas which Though jealousy is impossible 'twixt you hell! winter and spring my fnnilly, Inrludlng anil nrO. Lovo such as ours cloaes the door disappear on either hand into tho darkness of III. myself, use several Ixittlesnf Ayer's on Jealousy. You liavo divined your rival, deep, Kxpcrleirco has ceuvlnecd uio Janet, in reviewing those graces in you tho corporation moonlight. It is song weird . KEXTUCKY. E. uncanny. You think of tho swert, without ono word from me. of tho thnt I hail loved I had often been in doubt as and that, as a powerful ; I always loved James Graham. Janet, and to what manner of yours pleased mo best"' I banshco; but this sound Is full of supplication now that ho has striven with all his might to doubt no longer, for know now and fervent pleading, not of prophecy. You AUGUST 31 & 8EPP. 1. 2, 3 AND 4. I that I rata an army to avengo tho death of the most your manner most when you braved loved stop and listen. It comes again, nearer now, bolts blossod martyr Cliarlos, I lovo him so Intensely Conipetltolo open'te tbe World litr. and bars and tho tyranny of my enemies nnd clearer. You soon dark figure ouiergo that my pulses batand my breath quickens (whom I fully forgive, even as I pray tho with shambling gait from tho gloom, burdened "Two Kacei nth day. Bu at mare sound of his name. purifier, it li very much mperlor to any Lord mayforgivo me), and tho churlishness with basket and palL Tho black faco is AMI) Special ttalni on all railroadi al uJuctd rates. Therefore I havo unsheathed my good sudother preparation of Snrsp:irl!la. All of rude jailor, so that you coul I kiss mo turned toward tho nearest house, nnd Hrat Day fihorlhorn Cattle renw Herclorda. rt?t ?i,r0PirietSr sword, w hldi 1j keen even as I am, to do bat- good-by- , denly tho voice breaks forth ouee more, hi Beterained that persons of scrofulous or consumptive tensweet! Kloral Hall the Qrit day, and will be a tones full of pathetlo yearning and of a Second to no CoaatrT tle Jn tho cans. Therefore have I bidden you Tho joy of it! Janet, you cannot lmagino dencies, nnd especially tletleaio children, , thefilr. good-byHotel in the State in it yaro, my Janet, and am sitting on an old what this gllmpso of you has been to me. quality tit to wuko tho echoes of cathedral aro sure to bo greatly benefited by Its MA JOll P V. J0IIN5T0N, 1'rtalditU Appointmenti, or Atten. drum in our camp near Dumbath, penning chanted words: Sure am I that thero never breathed so nrches. bYou catch tho Cra-a-THOU A8L M tltl IN. tJwelary. use." J. W. Starr, I.acoula, Iowa, write! : Cra-a-ma-a-theas fow lines, which may bo un e ! tion to Comfort of proud a condemned felon, nor ono with half " For years I was troubled w Ith Scrofufarewell. Now ho pauses at tho street corner, and their Gaesti. such just reason to rejolco. Since Janet her lous complaints. J tried several different Janet, it is not a light thing to lw n soldier's fears forgotten camo to mo in my prison peering back along his pathway, intomn: Owl-i-nlovo; hard it U for you, sweet, and heavy to cell, what matter preparatlom, which did mc little, If any, to aadfronthe o fetters or aught cn Twell some udder bear, Urat I know full well, but you are tho enemies can urgo ngainst mef If thnt my 'peeial good. Two bottles of Ayer's Sarapa-rlll- a nil that to CouBiereUMrat.I.r,. Tk Bar" brares-- t woman in tho whole world, and did II Trudging on ho repeats his Mnerwis anTo ary perMD rrailttloe lit effected a complete euro. It Is nn which their malice can not tliurh though Hio tears stood in your to my disparagement, invent be chronicled hrandaori.lq.arf and opinion tlifi this modklae is the no ono will believe nouncement and adita in recitative: you kissed me. eyp. v aught thnt is bad, since kissed mc! blood roritc ', sweetheart, for referring to I When you entered myJanet porehnnco you coll that kiss jx.- Iiauco tho last you may over observed thnt I was tongue-tied- , We will tend the shuflling down the utrwt. You watrb him that no give me. Do you remember tho horxwcojyj words could force their way to my lip, tliat You seo him stop and goiw vccpoctnutly at n Semi-Week- ly cast tflr me? Sweet, if I am to dio tho bloody nnd w intlow. Ho dwippoars, and you t my eyes seemed dazed and could not realize door tho deep, death foretold for me, I pray that it may lw hear sad tones coming back faintly tliat it was my dearest mistress standing bo--( of the dsy." C. K. Upton, Nashua, N. II., on Uie Held of battlo. I spoke to tho iioblu Aed the New York World oat y tar and a foro me. You were so pnlo nnd wan, love, and fainter t!U, until through the distance svritcs: "For a number of years I Shorten and Quickest Eouto from Get inanitions concerning this, but ho lias a higher, . your pitiful face has haunted me nnd gloom they seem so like tho wail of n lost ever since. foul thnt it was troubled with a humor In my eyes, purer faith than mine. Ho said that the man- I Sweet, I am to Hal Kentucky to all Points Horth, Ixxroms n relief to know It is HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, dio; you know it. I swear ner of dying mattered but little, provided to you that death luis lost and unable to obtain relief until I comonly the honest black still. Laet, Wet nud Southwetit, its bitterness sincu nxyrcit Pll bound la lea'bnrrttt tree call, gill, that wo foil in n true cause. menced using Ayer's Sarsajwrllla. I lira e I havo seen you. You cannot imagine how OJ.1SG paRM jndconilmlOf M floe 'ait UcelMwrrn ho never doubts. tnirarlDCi. It It seems tliat Wothlngton Critic. I havo tho thought that I never should see you more taken several bottles, am greatly benr-flteIt the mutt ooiuprttunilTo wtirk of the tlod doubtvJ everything savo only Janet. LISXI.GTO.V A nnd believe It to be the lie.t of blootl htitory la Itieoidlaary tvaie, . has pursued me. Night and day, "since the Montrosn is a true lover. Ho and I siwnd It ) a rondrnieil Dcwpaer file for J) yiri. lliu 31arluit fur ?.iiim-.crli- t. In l.Otl 4lay je, mu. disastrous day when we lost all. I havo purillcrs." It. Harrl", Creel City. Hanisey Werewrre tbe ilktu lo withdraw tbli offer many a nlglit speaking about the ladles wo i, , , , ., .... One great difficulty with w hich tho inakgr nwnay of manuscript is obliged to contend is tliat Co., Dakota, writes- - ,4I luxe been nn without aotlce, id rtuilt at oat. J ' " lovo bet 1'erchnnco his lady resembles you, to7 " ' W 1' WALTON, blanlrd, JCy. Intense sufferer, with for the for you havo much in common, inasmuch as , his market is coiatautly oven.tockiL ,. He is ,v1, mv tn .. ..H.UMI,UMV,J ..ill-- , prono to think that If lie furnUlns a clever past three years. Six months aj,j I bc0-a-n you ra enrh to bo tho loveliest, truest, dear IX wero not., ..you I Eeun-- ! Rally !Ei. Hun. should feel right glad for it est of your sex. I do not tell my chief so. to use that my short sikui of life is nearly over. poem, a bright essay, n well written, Interestbut I know my mistress Is tho moro lovablo i rr....... l . KSiif??-- -! ing rtwy to n eriod.cal it will bocortninof T II i ....!.. .i ' . P ra P"l ncceptanw. But it will not be, unlus accom-panie-V5SUb- '- ' ? ip Arr by a wll known name, which will 48 li m 8 lAnto .. i . Mi onv rwnfinv nnli cfnt Irtrtla tif tnn mM I - ,' m u iv , ia ! : i rw, but i to oiny ubout with me into caro- the contribution independent of lu i aria... li to u io ij pa 8 & pta the next worll that great unassua; ?ed desire merit When a man lias reputation ho can ".1" Atr. WlncbexUr. . l .... T ;Y.;ti":" pti II 10 pn Slil p a of anything ho may write. Before he -t- ho dwire for you, Janet. I cannol I shako it lJthraond., .' t Jo pu iw.n,in -- TIIK IIMKA7 IS prr has acquired reputation his best may go lagIt has effected nn entire cure, ami I nra IOf.tor.. , 8C 07 p ta oflr.'.U pvcrppwen ino. It wil I outlast life, nay, mo, I am onlv r.s other mo.,, mul I Stanlord Otf pa Tho general " for o""astieatu. now as well as ever." r.. , ,.iM,f lea, on tUo very judgment ging. of any kind reader' judgment of liter.uv t o.i ...i is commonly founded on l.t Ucbmoiid J 00 p ta .... ' 'tW' to U Ollly.tlmt will bring poaco ature n' lilZ. Vn v...v, wCn' T Hn u..uw. t'h OVU, Arr. rwra... W .UW S SO pu l.. ths fairw of tho writer. Ho ndtniros wlint ho T? teA art 1.,.. Sold by nil Druggists. t A4V1 wvl j - n,o ....... ..w JVU " Utlnyiton., .. " I.laY believes ho ought to admire; ho iwognizcs 10 TIIK will lovo 80.1.0 other man. and tho very J"?--1 "'"l " am..M 7 . ; Six bottles, $5. Trice $1 scarce iiko to ability through Uio eye thought chokes mo. Janet, you win nevor of others; he adopts KoTa-BoSUfJurance 0n '.u'. T,i a .at outsiilo opinions ns his own. Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, h'C. I love another maul Dear. It U widowhood t'o. 11 WO.l v uvu.. without ever a bridal I am condemning telling you w 'tis j wm .i ix. I vu Ulj,V IUU UJ Mass., U. S. A Tho manuscript maker seldom thnt the last. know you well, you to. tho eriodIcal to which ho has sunt his contriLT. UTlnnton. t CO a u tttHIN -- VflTH" Korea You will ask why these black thoughts awl Janet, and, knowiug you, scarce liMltato to bution has already on hand a number of 0 v tBX cravo this last favor, which, if it bo not too Arr. itlehmond .. . Ji 45 m terrors. clover ioem.s, bright enys, interesting "". founded. ' Great, I pray you grant. LT' tto!and ..", Vso" am" stories, for which it cannot find room; conseoo dio! ." die, sword In ha..d, lighting to avengTtho Arr. rfn.c",r- 1- Ill do m i mi.ht of tho crowd, sweet, but In quently, if tho editor tells him so, ho is In bloa.1 of irv munlPMl clined to discredit tho story. In truth, only . I.e, ItlchmonJ . . I 10 p IflUlHVllle . some secluded spot, whence, Vocotublei when my last rai 8 0) Cob Strau;Lan Is upon us with l'J.OOO men. ' ..... l.i t Air. Wlnchetur. ...I J 10 puj 7 00 ami ..11 ..... ....... luruugu a fow of tho initiated liavo miy conception of to Nitnlirille, ns.Ma L... 1. If I could but dio at tho sido of Montrcoo! your tears,.w.iiv3, jwi Hiii inuiiiiiir him rest. tho continually Increasing number of manuAn Parli...... ' 3 tOlin 8 CO atl..... a m ..... MeuipltlM, "Dear soul! OckI give will you ever forget me, Janet I scripts that Hood overy etllou in the land. I.re. Iiioftoo . p ra! 7 tt a uii 1 it pD Ho loved me well Alas! that I over met you. But no, that Is I.re I'arla .... P u ra, to pu i To tell you how I lovo you were inqwsMble ; Tho marvel is not that a bait nro rejected, JIIonlKoiuerj, " Tynthlana... J JJ P m 8 2.i a ml S 17pm heresy towunl my sweet. I love you with tho IM 4 Ma " 1'al to mako you understand what you havo been but that so many are printed. Not ono ouk of Hock. ArjCoT Imouth p ru'lOOla m 8 is pm V wholi of my heart, dear, so farewell. 1 trust twenty, prepared with care and conildeneo, n gojnir 00 P mil 80a taJjS ISjpm Jlloltlle Hint New OrlcmiN. his lotw to Duncan, who knows every pass to mo In sweetness nnd tenderness slnco tho over sees the light of day. Tlio inky mania first day my eyes fell m you, equally Imjtos- those lines to you though the and will rages universally, and Is iucapabln of abateIt Is a medicinal preparation, and, at sible, nnd to bid you good-bmoat impos- -' WATVII.I.n UltANIUH. enemy guard overy stono on the road. Ocly ooc clmof e lo ptoti lo tho samo tlinc,an elegant an .1 cleanly toilet sihlo of tho three. .For though my jien ceaw ment. Junius Henri Browne in Tho Forum. If I wro but Duncan, to seo your faco . wTiting, I shaH not censs bidding you faro- i. oj, . no article. Its action upon the scalp Is health' again! My dearest heart, I send you some- Pally I Dally 1'ecuU.irltlcs or I'luliu C.ittlc. ful. It nourishes the glands whlchsupport ,.. "U1U i well until the ax severs my head from my Ex. bun. IJi. bub. iiiing in ir.o comer or tnis letter. Tlie cattle reared on tlve plains are very body favorel so mucli ns to th hair, ami causes thin, dry hair to be Ltb Coflniton.. that you cauld but givo it back to mo,) l"ur,J , dio (if, indeed, I amropo, J 00 p a by steel in lieu of though it mattein different In their habit from those of tho " lxnf.ou. como thick, soft, and igorous. It restores untii death, 7 5.5 Joh.v Spottiswoode. in 4 25 pta uast, where they are ncctutoiiwd to Ikivu their " I'arla but little to me); oven then a long "good-by- " 8 18 a ta 8 20 p tho cotor of youth to locks which h.ne 1. S. !t st'i.is I am not in the fashion, to Janet will in Heeltlog bouftacu the line of thli road wlllreetlu ArrMlllertbuiB every wiuit attended to by men. Tlw differ-ene- o 8 tO a in 8 41 p m lo found on my lljr. by tlio " Carllale.... peclal rain become faded with age or dUcasc; and swoet, for I ilntl 1 lovo you more tiwn ever. who can read such lungunge. 3 01 a u 0 08 p U is much like that between savage nnd Even now I " .Jnhtfon ... Heo Ajjnuol thin Coium .. lor ratio, routM 9 48 a m 6 8 fi ji m Allg lor tho fashion, say II My faihloa of liavo omitted to givo you thanks for your civilized man. Tlio cattle of the plains liavo relievos and cures itching, caused by MayiTlll.. Jc, or write C. P. ATMOItn, K 10 SO a in 7 43 pu lovlnp yon i th nnd tniwrt part of me. sweet plea 1". igs in my beliaV. 'Twns great to "rustJo for tliomselves,'' nnd early acquire humors of tho scalp. Dr. Gcorgo Gray, P.AT.a, Shall I luso that! Novcrl Evcu as 1 write I LouiiTllle, Ky habits of "Tiiey have peculiariNashua, N. II., writes: gives mo , ear u.aca.i warms i iear yoa will learn grief to tlnr.c that you should thus humblo yourself for my worthless llfo's sake; yet was ties in thoir nnturo common to tlio buffalo," pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects Ex. Hun.i;x. un tho -- THE of t.ii light Wore you rv- -i this. ' ltcrief lcsl Y with swvtn.v. for had you writes Baron von IMchthofcn, in Ids lnterot-in- g . produced by Hall's Vcgetablo Sicilian Hair rm. P" aiay; Tine you puc-ci- i :or notbravelall for mo And nothing can hu 8 M a ra 12 ti p in luonuusT-Ku- i little Ixiok on "Cattlo llabiing on tho " .irthniin as observed by mo In C 37 a ui 1 S9 p mo In hm lirtancalios close to iuy heart: it ,illntn vnn. nwt!,..nri . r,unn h u " Carllale i..i. Plains." For instance, they run nw ay If they Itenowcr, wu.u cr.nT.UN'LY very many 7 25 a in S 28 p in cases.' speak to in of you; but thoro wm no neol of uu denial which the lxwn ou maTOitn " Mlllenburc see somebody on foot, A cow will often deI tea ie 2 80 pm rum to ira okigix.vi. coloii. It Arr ... rosaainry f v romiKubranco. If 1 could but wW, rrorn -y enemy; but I thank you again fend her calf when it U caught by thn hvsso; in a m IS )i in " Ixirntcn.... 9 CSa m A 10 p forgot you, deai- - lioart, and you would but ,for your courage. I love vou for It: twos tlity movo nlmut in families, grazing nnd clcamei tho head of dandruff, and Ieaei ' 80 a in 'I no n ta forget ir..-- , I should go to battlo with a lighter I'... " heiiling together, ami the attauhment of a the hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." V. T. diko.you. spirit; bit my lovo weighs mo down, tho Mills.- rialu. ;! .nil 1... .t.ii ...7 -. Tho Intlo Aprlg of rosemary, Janet, still lira cow to calf, and vico versi, is'mucli Saiidacln, 1010 Spnice St., riillad. Iphln, swotted buid'n that n man ever carried. closo to ny heart. Thero will it lio until my greater than that Of tho domestic animal. : " After unavaillngly trying Pa., writes Amii, farvwell, sweotheart! heart beat no more; and then, when I nm Hero and tboro ono can watch grou of a number of preparations to prevent n.y iirrci conn.riiom are mado WlncliMior with Cbwaprake A Ohio (or Ml. at dead, mclhinks it must blossom out afresh families where the offspring of three or four II. rlterl tiz A,hUi..l hair from falling out, and. realizing thnt I lluntglon, Ch.,IMoo, generatioiH havo never been senratod. Tho Alas: for my forolKling spirit, Janet, havo from my grave. Was it not a love token from was fast becoming bald, I tried, its a last yc. hmiil of tiiu dis.utor that has befallen youf .Can such lovo us ours, or its omblems, mother of all retains her authority, nnd even resort, Hall's Hair Itenewer. I havo used ust I '.rM that tho news of our de- ever die! It must bo everlasting. A little puiusiic3 nor ciiiuiron und grandchildren, only four bottles of tho Itenewer, and nm feat lm lvn broI;rn to you gently. I could stir in my cll tells mo they are coming to tliough they may Ihj much larger than hersMNnYd tint It Is tho best j repanot rot nil ni- - !it after my capture for think- announce that I must soon mnko ready to self; but in tlio defense of families tho femalo chprkftl In . ""."'. (till yields procedeuco to tho male." Chicugo reached by t ralfroad. ration (n tho market for checking tho ing of you, and how you would bo able to uio uiai tioiiin win ciaim mo irom Janet. BPKNlfOUD. KY. on I but die as nobly as Montrose died, so If rgent of lb. corarrany,,o,r"r,i,UU,,' falling cut of hair, invigorating tho hair lear ths ovils tiiat havo como utxm us. In fancy hnvo 1 rwi your chiok palo and your , tJmt nl dearest heart, in days to como (when 8. F. fi. UORHE, roots, and promoting a new growth." D. A .IT.EI.EY An Afl'ectlonuto Mnu. 85w can lonr to tnlk of.it), will narrate, her lip, qui vr,r, have seen the glitter of your eyo A man who has nn oillco on Broad street, ftvlnirtfin. IT and Ow msh of tears that will havo dimmed i volco drilled with jmln, and I hoiw a littJo Jt Ir.. JIUNTINOTON' rW.I-- ,. Uxlutn, Ii' s, Hi brisbl.iuA I nm casting you tears again, pnue, now uer truo torer met kis death I You nnd whoso name is seen often In tho (ifneralottltya. Cbtluirton, Ey. put fVX) on deiioiit with ono of his Janet! I, whoso only Joy 'twas to soe you will be quite old then, Janet, your soft brown is publlfUed erery TucJay nd Krlday at tbe hair silvered, your eyes dimmed, your loico stockbroker friends a month or two ago, and lowprlcuof sniiJ'.. And now, sweetheart, expect no quar ton tiii: B o f?l3B H cri froi tho ter from our enemies. The- - are pitiless, nor quavering, nnd I shall bo everlasting vouncr. yesterday, in answer to u ra aI H " dua YBAIS. ! Jancti Sono to TWO DOLIjAHN in tho fullneas of my broker's olllce, bo called to get tin accounting. ilo I care to accept pity from any num. Your years. I wondor shall I havo long to wait for Thrco thousand doMarj was to Ids wedlt as r to your love, I yearn pity, Jnnct, ENGLISH " you, Janet l Are you going to leave mo prollts. Tlie Wall street ofllco was filled with Iho OrlKliuil mul only for. coniiiieuds Itself to all who havo occasion peoplo watching tho tnpo when ho cnllod, but Now that I nm no longer free, I weary for lonely for long, my bride to use n dyo for f Iiq beard or nuutacho. Oh! Janet, I must now write my last, last ho forgot nil nlwut that when ho saw tho a sight of the bonny hontlior, for a whin of It will change gray, faded, or sandy words to you. I feel that I havo not lived my statement which showed his good luck, and tlio froh sea, for a sight of you, Janet. I J 0V ALL CLAMK1 CPFR, ,B'""" -IMrlir.tcr whiskers, to n beautiful brown or black, "! I'lilluJiu, l'o. . tried nrtt. hi wrltii till lnkt. 'wvfttii ft fa rtnt lifo quito In yaln, slnco it has been given to mo witli never so uuch as a hint of purposo ho ijk .. to Gam vour ns desired. Tho colors produced nro Neatly and Choaply Esooutod. My wliola being gives you throw his arms around the broker nnd then Ur". only wearying, it U too lioiwlesj, too doep a 1'rnnjron.l pl.. i.KwiL., !.. UJCtlllJlULIiU UUUll nnd thoro most ardently kissed him. He u tiju Ini4l....1.l. t. ...... For tale by Dr. it.L. BQDitNC, Btunford. I would dia content rnnM T lint ' unuttcrablo thanli natural and lasting. It cannot bo washed You havo sweetened my Wssed him not ouco nor twieo onlv. but a full spo your faco once more, but that will never ot J'our affection. off, contains no dcstruntlvo ingredients, dozen times, nnd possibly would hnvo kept up ' lito havo even robbed death of its bo. Dream visions of you will como to visit is cheap, Mfe, convenient to use, nnd his 6olitalro gamo of osculation till tho day was fWeeordUllyreeoniBitnJ mo; dreaiiH removo bar and blots; drcatii3 ' bitUn.oss. And I lovo you wiUi my wholo effectual. a!yc?l?.?fc,Co,,,"h scoffiitp.Irfni walls; Janet glldu In to com- -' )Cart nor u,lV0 1 cvcr lovwl another maid dono; but men down town nro rudo, nnd rnKI'AHED BY roars of laughter brought him to a stop. Tlio JVoi4rul4 , 1,1 able.in.ln,.rveoailder. ,0,', fort me, whether my jailors will or no. My , but you. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Km tamBuieiurt. nM i. l can scnrco ,,T'to tho wOJ-- "farcwclL" broker jmor man, ho didn't look kalf as P.. P. HALL & CO., Ifaihaa, N. 31., U. 3. A. dream Janet, lo roilection of a beautiful ttltOMtUlKllni. Krdooitjit, I Methinks it should scorch tho paper. See, happy as ho might havo looked had somebody And tbe LoulaTllle- Sold by all dealers In medicines. iwilityl Alcolt Je LUk, else dono tho kissing. Now York Times. Ijjllrui ClealMj Ct. Janet, I think I hoar your orylng when you "wootheart, I havo kissed this Just here. Lay HuJua. If, Y, k. Cine! matl,aVHB Courier-Journ- al rood this. Do not cry, swoet; for wero you a ' J'our warm Uj on tho sjx)t when ailne am Sold by DrufzUu. Uoiigli ou Journalists. thousand miles awuy your tear would rend r colt1' Alas'' tuat liei' should ever bo irrb-mrilea 41.00. A Moxican' editor, Senor Cnrrillo, asserts One year for only 8K two papeu for little btfArt. It Is not to great n loss to low lifo . sponslvo to yours. more than the price of one. Is scnrco a moment now. VI Jnlot that tho government under which ho lives when one has lost oil ole. Do not weep, my HTANIOHD. KY. Jauet, for this poor, desperate lover of yours, ' nust c on fnteton to liiiUh, so that this may flogs newspaper men for uttering incendiary By paying ui 13 you- will receive lor one yeei you y fjet 't. sintiineiits. 'ou - tl:ne- - l P"y who U this. Ho cares not greatly to , l, the Tour bouie naner with tbe W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor representative newipaferof thaHoutb, democrat-l- o live, Ttnu exile, hunted down by pitllaw STANFORD, KY. foes, wkat would bo tho worth of Utol Not We need tbe money auo u fur rulucri.licm and and for a tariff for roronue only, and tbe beat, YouvWorOri fator on lie publisher arid do 8,'Mt' eti of Hon brlchteit and ablest Ijmlly wvckly In tbo United wrlli a tear of yours, Janet I w mid be oblls'J to 'l Id trrn'rn to rtudt at blw of Btajce, 20xM. Elht couink-tthe proper thing by it ding the smouot of your Tboao liry. tJiUtltg cftaciy, Including (tsllcy 6.' Htatei. tlio whoJ dcalre to examine a aaniple q't?Ue4. 0Xl1C And yet 1 lovo vour tears. Sometimes, i,aiMW4 .. oaoe. ubcr)ftloa atocce. ARrunaabtit rutoi to ifovl u. i. uou-- . urnalcao do ao at thli oHior. i tury of 'Business of a man who fidi... has no one to weep over him, I eolint those tears of yottrn, Janet, ns tho brightest gems I 1 varnTt!.: . f tUo hi Thcro it no sadder thing than n all this ad world of ours. All earthly regrota are nio, eavo only my regret for Janet, and Good-by- , sweetheart. Fnro theo welL a Sb f.MM.t.i WORLD roRA f" IMTItB rM"i,v au" nrrfl MACKINAC, Summer Tours. Ko. Flaoa rtu i - Stnnfnrit, ICtmtuolcy. Ur l Int-auo1 a POWDER Absolutely Pure. I4-lyr- tw ::: Hn 1 Miller ifejCarpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS to-da-y, THE BEST FJ. i. Mag-nzin- c. nl. PIjATT, i.ihinvim.e. s KENTUCKY Agricultural and Mechanical F'AIIl MYERS HOTEL, STAHroSp. KY. H. I.KXIOT), BUHNiIi, Propr Blood This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Koputation, ob , leat-ure- ' crla-stin- g b uia-n-u- nwa-a-a-- A Big Offer! ". 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