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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886092101 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. Stm VOL. XIV. VttbU&tictt TttrwtiiUHttnil -- AT V a rl sWn RELIGIOUS. -- mlefiot Sunday-Schoo- lonfn&L NO. 161. NEWCOMIS well-kno- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1886. Railroad Meeting in Rusaeif, nf the clllz ni of Rueee!! county, held at the court houre in Jamestown on Wednwduy the 16 h day of Sept., 1880, W. D. Wolford wj (elected chairman and Htinuel A Umn recretary. The object of tbe xneetln run brlifly explained by Hon. A. P rJ.'mpaon to be the encour agement of the coustruc'Ion by any compa ny Incorporated fcr that purpore of a rail, way through our counly, Oj motion of A P. Simpson Dr. Tnomsw Qanu, Oreon Kmtham, J. A. Willnme, Jackdou Coffey and J. E IIy were ap. pointed n committeo on reeolutions, r.ho mado tho following report: J!eolied, Tut we approve of tho call and nqueat to the people of Ktmell county to hold this meetiog at thin time. 21, That the people of Ruseell csunty greatly deeiro the onetruotion of a rail way through thia Urritory. 3, That thoy Kill givo aid and hep to any aueh en'irprNe by donatinij the rUht of way over their domain and wu beiiere that muny ciiizjnj of the county would do nate timber lo aid euch an en'crnrieo. 1 h, Wo approve of tho meeting to be held in Tullahoma, Turn., tho 221 Inst. Iu the lutcroHt of the railway from McMin ville, Teen , to McKlnney,in Lincoln coun ty, Ky , or any other line that may paaa through our county, and wc appoint Dr. W. D WolfirJ, J . IM'erecn, A. P. Simpson end any othir ciliz man dnleatet to altcn J raid mej'.In at Tullahomi. In caio none thould attend, then we appoint our former citizen and confi lential friend, K. L Tanner, of Mckinney, Ky , to repre nt our cotiily and i!e intcretir fully in eald meeting. 5lh, That the IytCKton Jouiinal, Col umbla Spectator, and Monticello Signal be nqueetttl to publish tbeoa proceeding. The reflolu lions were JnlopeJ and on mo tion of A P. Himpton the meeting adjourn W. D. WoiiVOitD, Chin. nl. Sa.mudl A Casn, Sec'y. l Institute. At a meeting Frtilaun S3 IMBU ANNUM, CASH. undersltodlf wt credit that J2.J0 will be ex tccted acd demanded. W. P. WALTON. Shrewd Old Man On His Travels. An old roan, carrrlnc n corpulent Mich A el, disembarked from the 'euiir City of Cleveland urn morning tlil we!c, nnd elarted on liU way up town. At the cor ner it Water Mret a young in on in glares rushol up to lilm, 'f.'zsil htm bjr iho arm, and eicUluut': "Ah, my dear bntnpV.B', wUt an tin oxpeclel mretim !' "Very imperiled, very,"eald ll eld mnn, wearily, "lljt my namo Kigibj, Joho K. 8 isiby, of Il.ioy run, 0." "A thotmiul psrdons," aid the tinnier, Tery muah mortlfiu). "You tr the Ttry picture of him. What a misfortune to bo no 1 netr-alKutee- "Don't mention It," replied the old man, ndoinit to hltnuelf, n lb eptctacled gentle man disappeared around the corner, "Same old cetue At the ccrncr of Wiier kdiI Superior etrects cltrictl lookinc gentle man, with elde wblsVep, rjri'peJ hi band warmly and exclaimed: "Ii it poMihli? My old frend Bieiby, of IlucyrtH. It mutt btl" "Toe Try eatur," replied the old mnn, "and youwhy, you are 8ioj Jimpoti, Mire nj pun i, nnil the old ina, eeltinj; Aon a hi aatchel, slapped him on the btek with n SSrdlalily wkich looeentd hie bick UttK "1 I -t- hat li yr., rf im,m d IbeMde wbiVeiwlr-entletnin"And atan.-uiere. Thn churchea here now begin night services at 7 o'clock. Will Barnes, eonj of the evangelist, preached at Central Gospel Mission, Ltui vlllo, Sunday The Reporter nays 1G0 pewous have united with the M. E Church of Somerset circuit during this orfersuc ycr. Sam Janea Tabernacle, CarleiBvillf, was dedicaleJ last Sunday. It wis a Cift from tho Evangelist to hi native town. Gen. Rjoth, of the Salvation Araiy, baa left London fcr tbo United Stale, to take command of the Array here, notwith-ntandln- g we have already a sufiktent nutu br of crauks. Iter. E. 1J Head, a MethMiat minis ter residing at Bedford, Trlmbto county, who wis tiken ill while attending the Kentucky Coufererce, held at Winchester last week, di'e.l at that p'aoo Friday. An important oouvontion of tho Protec tant Episcopal church of America will be held in Chicago, beginning Oitobar G. The convention will consist of the House of Uishop-- t aud tho House of Deputies, the latter composed of 412 delegttee. The In number, and will Bishops are sixty-fiv- e be presided over by Bishop Alfred Le, of Delaware, tho oldest rucmbrr in oonsecra. tion. To the Editor of the InUrlor Journal. uod.i-Soho- Q, A prrcinot In.iitulc, un der the Hiisplcrs of tho Llucoln County A good tenant wants to rent, for a term ol years, Sunday hctiool Union, was hela at Kush An A 1 Farm of 200 to 300 Acres, Branch Church, iwn mile from Stan'crd, Located on or near plkejn the rlclnlty oi Danrille . on last 18, the sessions con- - or Stanford, or In tbo Camp Dick JUblnoo celgh. borhood, In Qarratd county. Land mutt be good, Inu'iig throughout tho day and evening. with comfortable bouso, good statics, fences. At. Address A good attendance of Suudsy-sohoo- l workI'. O. ItOX O'i. DsoTllle. Kr. and c" ztn, "i'.h 9 prRO'Ical program, er' well nrrieil out, :md the 'CO'sion pleaj ant mid lotruc'ip Sit!" kiiIJ'C'k as 'Win'el. g'oatfir oar-nt- I will ileilivr Ice to regular cattomers In Stanford and Tlclnlty ercry morning at in Him Sumhv soho'd worl;" n ol ttre(it" nnd ' Muio In tho Accountsdueat tbo Sundny-'con- l" were pre'Oited at tho when rustomir quits. close of each month, or ""VrVjkJsrtjijsiiD. MT, VEHNON, KY. HTEIi S'urda, S.-pt- This old and Hotel Ii still maintaining It fine reputation Charges reasonable. Special attention to the Iratellng public. 31. V.'XEWVOVlt, Pro'r, Alt. Vernon, Ky. tu ICE! IOK1 122-- tf ICESt ITariu For Sale ! "Co-ope- rti' nc Cent Per Pound. . nrrnirg eaiho, addreeeei being made ard by Dt. S. B. Bj-z'e- JJ. cieroUt coftduclM of Danyilli ; Mr E Wishard. E Wishanl, ncd 8. F. ltd IlltO W. I will tell privately ray farm of 81 acres, situated on tbe Lancaster pike, Hi miles from (Stanford, in a good ticlghoorhood. It hi upon it a nno dwelling house containing 8 rooms; gooJ, els-tr- n g; at the door; good bsrn and all necessary four never falling springs on tho place affording an abundance of atock water. Fencing all in good repair. 63 acres well set in grass; tat-anc- o in cultivation Terms easy. fiascjslon given September 20, 1SSG. will also tell tho stock crop now on tho larm. acd Apply to 183.tr MACE Er.UCE'i 2IASTU80 1'JFntTOX. ttanford, Ky. was a special feature of the day aod prograra, wis dircuswd by everybody, a la picnic. Thed'mer, which Buggy & Implement House. I haTe now Stanford So much interest is expressed in the cures of reionn, brutsei, etc., tlTected by means of woolen (moke, that wo give tbo record of a frcah case. Lvit Sunday a lit1 tie colli! ol tiveyouj old leu irom snme high place upon his f too, and stuck thrco dm old U'iojru gMtln ot.7'' "llnHy." old lU. old mnn, taking the A ejafi oprrerpondent of thn New Yuri; other'1 arm will a rlp that nude him IJ'erW, writing from Iowa, n prohibition "And Jti'l ikiuk that you are Hjiu tIbo cleu thet there is JiutM that ut?d to coiflt aad re my ie tr 8tate, ey'; I I a muob lb tor oM in Iowa aa cvrr Marie yr.au and aro." "And Marie, how i .he djiocf aaked before. la fact tho internal revenue fig how la nn U-J- the etraouer "1VU me qt the .' itr. oempinion of my hjyhoxJ day-.- " "Dwd," replied the oil wis In a cliok ioR role. "Dent and jronr." critd the other. t Va out hie haadlceiohlef and anabbluc hi'iyei. ' No, no. Itoinuotbe Marie dead? 1 low In ezproalblyead. Cut down in her b'oom inj womauheed like n tender flower. Pardon my ezcMi of grief When did the d erent take rlae?" "Let me eee " eiid the old raao, lightening hl jr,rlp on ilia olhtrVt arm. "I'hal was i tie aprins of 'J2 Bhe wa juat two year aud tbrte mouths old the day abr died. Chnlera infantum was what did it Cut dawn aa you remarked, in her blooming " woaanhooJ like a tender fl "I -- I cucm I'll hare to Icaye you mi," ald the eentleman ol the eld whiskers, atrUKiingto cu away. "I haTe an ap polntm-n- t ncrM the river," "Hi have I," Mid the old man, "and on the way we'll tU abatit the $25 I iotntd you when jou oime up to Cleveland. Haven't got it with you? Well, perhnp. that jnllceimn acresi the etreet yonder wili lend it to yoj Huppoe we" Hut iiMtnttbi piint the clerical look ing KCntlemao alippu i out ol hla coat. sal. loptd oil down Superior Htrcet, turned under the rUduel nnd dluppetred "Cur'uj," muttered tb old man, ruIuk thnagh Ihecoit to eee if tnere iru any chang in the pocket "Tti.a it iho third time, and they nlwaya le re me jnnt when thecjnveratIon iRt Iho niot interoilioK point. fljei they'll I. av wj alone after thif?. Hellrl Wher 't in? aatche ? Whero'n uy " Uut It vfm Rine The youna man ic epectacleihalnot beo I J I . Cleveland ii rM ahow an increase. Out tho temper- nnoe people l.ar accomplished eome "Pwr things. They have broken up tho aaloons In alt tho amall town of the 8late. There are a number ofamnll placet whero liquor it not old. They have cloed open ealoon in the ciplUl of the State. They have brokrn up aoclol treating to a general ex tent lu all tbe towns where Iho open have cloed. They have made it a very difficult for a miu'Jr lo obtain liquor. Iney ay that they have only begun to in force the law an I that it will take eome time to Inforce tbe laa to tbe fulle.t ex tent "I have heard it atid though I don't know then that la juat the plaee to paute, Don't repeat a ecindal or a gos siping atory, which, after all, may be wholly untrue. Don't Urnlsh the name of a fellow mortal by circulating report, which nny be the rowlt of an en emy' malice, and vastly exaggerated, or totillyfaUe. Hither bo ctreful of your brothet'a good name, more willing to ex ctie au error fan to circulate a bad and in thi, a in all ynur conduct, live up ti the Golden Utile Never apetk ill of another unlesi, br keeping alienee, you mat bring harm to eoois one else . -Golden Kulo the days of Ml) a member of a p,r ty of miner atraed away from his com paniona and waa dmtrojed by wild baaa's. The friend; upon whom it devolved lo 'break the nowe gently" to the biroaved parenirivhowed himeelf tn-uto the occ eion by writing I he following Utter: "MIh. ter Smith Dei' Rur tho Klutpi hax ele yur nn'n h.J i IT Yure Jihn JontM." l how true it h," It t rs'enltnbl. of reoovertnic money hotuea in Ctiloaisohan met with r temporary ohrck. A youth who lost $500 at twenty two difljrent aitlinj.8 had the proprietor arrenled for defraudliii: loet in Oje iiteitiod at lean him. The proprietor immediately had tho youlh arrented ou tweutytwo charfiea of be- inu' at, inmate of a nublict; ostabliabment. At Uftnccounts the youth waa to bo fined $10 on each charge, or $220 He can add toi to the $500 to makeup hi total Ioo, fti them U connlderable qiieellon about hie recovfrlnif the orilnal amount. Ttwe re a nut her, which tho euppresrori of i,.unb ling In Colcato aro c nuoged in cracking, and fjod for reflection in it for moraliata of various klnda. A young colored mau of Bulhlo is mak-in- ) mnnay by ulvlng mont remarkable uiu-!c- al perform tnceK. He holds bia mouth open, ti;i iii ekull wilh n beer mallei, nnd thin play tunei in tonei not unlike those of the xylophone. He eeema not only to hnv. n wooden head but an empty one nleo. A Wisconsin farmer, Molng down a hill with n load of hay, locked ono of the wheel uf the wagon The friction of the wtel upon the Krouod struck a apark which limited the hay and started a fire that n quired eleven men to extlDcuIeh. I note that parobment piper, blue ink and blottiui; nand art) now all the rco with that ulaea of mr corre.pi)ndenl who write a large, ecrwl hand i.nd whoepell "overy" with two v'a and "weather" wiih out an n. I havo frqusctly (ib'ervtd that people who are fiinlllrea in their Htyle of "stationer)" ara not infrequently liable to II. J, Iiurdette. epell by er. Young man, never locau your preeence of mind when you arn in a trying situation. When you take tho nr to the picnic, cud you wander away together to communo with nMure, end ebe suddenlr exclaims, ' Oi, tleorge, there is an ant down my bacll" don't attnd still with your mouth opor; don't faint; don't go for tho girl'a mother, but go for the ant. On tho eandy shore of the swelling tldo strides many a fair and expectant bride; on pebbly bench and on silvery strands wander tho youths who would stek those hands. A year rolld by, mil the tides still crash ou tho silvery eandd with ca'jelcca dash, but tho mnlds and youths bred not their coureo aa they think bow much It costs for divorce. Temperance pun wood on the fire, meal in tho barrel, flour in the tub, money in the pune, credit in the country, vigor iu tbe body, contrntruent in the house, clothes on tho bairn, intelligence in the .brain and spirit in the constitution. upper teeth cntirelly throuuu the upper lip. They had to be extracted, but tho agony of tho wound was feirful. His mother left him in some one's care and wont out to do hor cashing on Monday. She was told of tbe eruoko cure, and Tvhen she went hick on Monday evening applied it to the child. Sho look the precaution to put a cent upon the hole in Iho inverted flower pot, that she might reguUto .the smoke, acd, guarding his nose and mouth from inhaling it, applied it to the wounded How He was Hooked. lip and tbo violently conouNed jw. In Br.de' little brother to bridegrjom len minutes the jvitn was much relieved "Did it hurt you iauoh when ke did ii?" In au Lour the child ertmed as well as Bridegroom -"- What hurt tw?" ever, except the mouth was eire, and be B.'s L B -'- The hook Did it go in you ton Trsr.s- oeuld only drink, not lip?" erlpt. Bfidgrotm-- "I don't know what yrn S:Icntls'a are astonished at the remark' mean, Jobony." able phenomena of nature which havo renBridc'd Mother tho Ubl. this dered this year In some reject-- unique. minule, Johncj!' In cne portion of British Indli GOO inches B 'a L. B. -- "What for ?' I only .warned of rain have fallen in the last twclro to know 11 it nurt him. You eaid eis had months, whilo an agricultural region ,n Gshed fur him a Iode time, but she'd hooked Texas of 1M),000 iq us.ro miles has had him at last, and wanted to I know if scarcely of an inch in ooe'year. B.'s L. B. is yanked out of his chair and Sudden and striking changes in baromeric hurried from tbe room and the bridegroom pressure end in temperature are reported becomes meditative,-Bost- on Courier. both in Europo and America. Au earth Tbo ditpoisllion of tho thrifty tcinptniice quake tbe like of whlc'j tho ccUnlry hat not known since hia'ory first began Its rec- wbitj of Iowa, as noted bv our corns ords here has brought destruction and de- pofljeat, to be willing to sell their c:rn to spair to a portion of our people. And it lecil distilleries provided the whisky : the Bute, reminds one of the was enowing the other day Iu Montana. eoiu ou's-Altogether A. D. 1SSG wiil bo rememberod. virtue of the woman who "experienced re llginu" at a revival. "Finding that my Three .iitora who went fishing from the jewelry was drsgijiiu mo down to' hell," she port of Djnkirk, in France, iu tbe year remarked, "I tcok It tfl and give It to my 1SG9, bave just returned. Seventeen years sister is a long time to catch tiih in, and oce Bucklen's Arnica Salve might eiippore that tho eatlora returned Tho last 3i'ro in tuu world forCutj. Brulics laden with wealth, but such is not the Sorw, ejxlt Rheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hacds, Chlltlalm, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, case They say that their vessel was wrecked en the coast of Greenland, and that and positively curoa Piles, or no pay required. I, la giuranteed to giro perfect tatltfietlon, or money they were held in captivity by the natives. refunded. Trice 25 conu per box. For tale by Not only did they bring nothing in the Panuj .t MeAllstor. way of material treasure from that land, Interesting Experiences. but in Dunkirk they find themselves poorUlraiu CauiMon, Furniture Dealer of Colunihin. er bv the loss of their wive, all of whom Qa., tetti hit experience thus: "For three year havo married sgaln They are three ustb irioa cTory remeay on tao mirket lor Stompretty forlorn sailor mtu. To l3 sure, ach and Kidney Disorder!, but got no relief unihcv ere a nine days' wonder in the lit- til I used ElKtrlo Hitters. Took lira lli!l..'.ni am now cured, and thlob Klwtrlc iBItters the tle French towr; but there are no dime Bio .d Turlner In the world." Mulor a. m best tpi museums in Dunkirk, and to be an object of Wot Liberty, Ky. uiml ItlectrloBHler.fiirnn old standing Kidney affection and says: "Nolh of curiosity there la not so profitabla ss it lug has erer uono me ao mucu .kcxx! ai Electric i here In oureat side wr.rdn cou at ou cents a dohio by Fcnuy & niuen.-To laundry a!ilrl so m to give thn fine MeAlltter. u1oh to tbe baom, take of whttn nax 1 A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Capt. Coleman, echr. Weymouth, plylnjr between ouno', rcrunreti 2ouuce, melt them to geiher with a gentl boat. When you have Atlantic City and K. V., lid Wmn troubled with prepared n sutHdout amount of starch, in a cough so that lie wai uaablo to sleep, nnd rns tnduood to try Dr. KIog'sKow Ulicorory for Conthe UMial wy, fjr a d.zui pieces, put Into sumption. It Di". only give, him lnttant relief, plcco of the otlxh about tho eizj of a butallaye-- theextremo sjrenots In his It a breast. largo pes; uilng mors or lem nccoidlng to Ills chllJren ware similarly aQected and a single dose had tho samo huppy ciftct. Dr. King's New large or email washing?. Or thick gum DlseoTcry Is now solution (made by pouring boiling water Coleman huukehold the standard remedy In tbo and on board tbe schooner. upon gum arable) may bs used. One J roe Trial Battles of this BUndard Remedy at tiblespoon to a pint of starch gives clothes Fenny A McAUstei's Drug Store. a beautiful glnpp , Positive Cure for Piles. Stump, tho farmer, has married a city Xo tbo pooplocl this county wo would say that girl who is trying to learn country waya. we hare been gWcn tbo Agincyof Dr. iUrchlsl's allr guaranteed She ha heard her husband eay that he Italian Tile tocuroor money "rcfunded-Intem- al, Eitornal, mmt buy a dog and responds: "Oi, yes! Blind Bleeding or Itching Files. Price BOo a box. do, Cnawles, buy a setter dog. He can he ror sale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. a watch do tit night and set on eggs nil Daughters, Wires and Mothers. day, for I can't make tho hens pet-- , though Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl'a I've held them down an hour at a time " -Fcmalo F.emedr. t cure ni.. LN. i. Herald. ease, such as Ovarian troublee, Inflammation u.-ion eat.-Bosone-eight- h orld. J Olntment-emphatic- At tho afternoon session live, aUrring music nnd, plenty of It, ioleraperaid the presentation of the subjects, "Teachers' meetings," by Dr. Wishard; ''How to teach a by Mr. W. F. McCIar); addresses on d.lTerent pha?es of Sunday-schoo- l work, by .Metsrs. E. Birrow, Dr. G. A. Try lrr, K. L. Porler, of Lincoln, and Mr Jag, McClure, of Colorado. At utghtElJ. J. Q Montgomery Addressed tbo Ins'.itu'e on "BincfHs of theSur.day. school to the Church," which wrh followed- by addresses from various other present. Mr. E B Bcaztcy presided as chairman and W. F. McClary acted as secretary pro tein. A collection of SS.80 was taken for State and counly work. Tnocsaractor of tho work wan abjvo tbe average. The question drawer, in charge of Dr. Wishard, was ono of the most interesting leaturee. Tiio music was cr.jyed and a spiritual tone pervsded nil the exercise. Moro meetings ol this kind would greatly eld tho cause in L'ccoln county. The coun:y should kttep up thcrork socnergtioillybe;Uib the'vlec president, MrH E Offsler. A Pull Lino of Wheat Drills and othor Agricultural Implements, Tho Nest Session Opens September Eetldern STANFORD, Ky. IWlo College, 1. Full Lin3oi Baggies and Wagons Always on hard. In connection with ray plement business, I will clto carry a Im- Noted for Health, Comfort, Homo Oare. Good Discipline, well Qualified and Efficient Teachers, Thorough Training nnd wide ccope of Instruction. r Graduates In thrco different course, arranged Prlcct on eTcrythlng ai to suit the mental tastes and capacities of pupil. For Catalogue apply to Low 1 2m A LEX, li. iM XTOX, I'reildent. Isollcltathareof your patronage, Ecspcctfully, Both rough and dressed. Coiuplcto Stouk of Lumber, ih any one. I, TUB "2-Iv- r .11. r.IllCE. G. 23Mii, A BRO. WHOLESALE TIMBER & UJMBER, 22 Wost Swap Street, Jio Tniyelcr ICcturus most wiiEsca sick BUFFALO, N. Y, ?t,C0,P'J White Ash, Black la thesa tlgbttltr.es each luyel should consult Ash, KtU Cherry, Poplsr, Iluttcrnut his own inteKitt. Why should you glre cne mer- SS.V wif ..0,k'. ?'". "Ictory. Walnut Quarl chant tec for an aMiclo wbonyon can buy tho WhltoandJIcdOakandHycamoro. same thing from another tor c. To do thisls not A. C. 8 1AT, J uttlco to yourself or family. Southern Asent, ... ,, In the next plica, you should bo sure to get good Stanford.Ky. article. Poor gojd. are dear at any price. is this uiore ao than la Medicines. You mlsht as well pay 59c au ouscc lor saw dust as fo r Inert medicines. Fourne has last received his large stock. 0 Medicines of all tin Ererr article freih froin the manufacturers. 11 0 now has the nicest and cheap-e- tt selection of fancy goods, thow case articles, Ac, Ac. ThecjlebrateULamire'a Spectacles and eye KcndicIcj'H KouJo glasses a specialty. Tbo bast brands ol mixed paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, ioa tewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' Waahinston, Philadolphta and goods, chromos. f.ames, lump, brushes, b)oks ol all klods. stationery, a teousacd articles for the . ITow York. dear grandmas, mallen aunts aud tbe smartest baTho only line running buslnesa-- all by in tbe at ro fr J. fiy Eusl Dr. II, L. Bourne's New Drus; Store, Stanford, PUtLMAS NEW KhTXmQ (JARS ty. A SOLID TRAIN FJ50M - liD AVER'S Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. to Washington City, Ague Cure mltteut Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Brcak-bono- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Atrue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Ko Lynchburg. Daavilfs, Norfolk and all ,and North Carolina Points. For ticket and further Information, your nearest ticket otllco or address roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. w' 2dVicei?iesIdout, Fast Trnins for Ngw The Direct r ou !e to Connecting in tbo earns deuot with totk. lrlna vfrJ,f,0 "Harpers, S. C, Juhj 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen vionths I xvitlv Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. Concert Grand. Parlor Grand, After trying various remedies Baby Grand, recommended to cure, used a Upright Grand, bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and have never. since had'a chill. Square Grand. EBWIK HARPFR." flnTsta'ndsckSf"1081 the I sujf-cre-cl PIAKTOS "" G n'l abJIliU 1W, R'.i I rnnrARED by Dr. J. C. Co., lowell, Sold by all Druj&lsts. Ayer & Mass. PIANOS AND ORQAN !bTeerr,rbIrd0nUSrb.n,., th. W, l&Jfr"' ' ;r.K,oanin,peconoV 1880 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, isoo iNocoAxor LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. Monopolies, Olisurclilsui, Th Cwrler-Jonrral TJ10 lVorltl-rcnownc- tl Kiialie, & Son, nntl the Spirit ofBecllonal Strife. ix tair or Decker Pianos, I lie Fa-moi- is tt nntl Iho IJcliablo New Kntjland the ronul.tr Er-crc- (llrxav WjiTrrnsiM Ha. tli aiSnowlolgul Represents-tir- e Nenspaper ol tho South, is Oemocratio ic , iK.lllk-nan 1 tlrat, Ir.i, aud all tbe tune U for a reduction el thi War Taxes ns Wwl ou tb by the taria" now in force. The Celebrated Olough and Warron and the John Church & Co. Organs. -- ua1S"S!UWUnUaU ,,h1' ""fof'n'oS'ia. term r!'l l n. i:. & it. .1. toon, OrUOSE. R. M sretiai Ae'ts, l'nild Mates, mil f. r t..u ijmnhi aud quality of matter tint ow jm In en li lm CT it, It ii tbe iiiL.irr.r. it iolejraphio rows fadlitle oiitfluia nny other pa r, un,l it l.i.s thosrlcs cf tb ullntvrlteii i.nd curt. iiinjtits la tbe country. ItrivwnlstbencwsolthOHCCk from .liruuj.li. ut tliaar a greater tiumlnr of Serial and Short SlcrOs by r. mlcrnt nnd jx.pular writers than au) of tb- inasaalnet. It Uln eery u Moid Political and Family Paper. Iho World. ttio Tha Weekly Courier-hurnVBJ Ir ntrppor pnMlsbeJ lt niCHARDiiffltS: ,e Holmes, Crab Orchnmt Miss Lliafo Huff, lSI-ty- In tin t'' Ja,U,lblttW J,..M '.H"' 01'. ard; Gen. man, I.anoast.r, Ky. Y. M""'eandJaww lieax. r J. landraui Itches tolurrailrrt rnjit blgb-prlr- in abllliy ; great in its correctness of itiforma-tlngreat in rarbty; preat In every setwe pftbauurd. It Is lie that ntrjlody should To bae. Tlioeobe ltbut It li a great upportunlty lost. wl o cues take It uro not willing to bo ultbout It In tbeir bomrs. Tho Weekly Courier-Journbaa by for tho Larcoat Circulation in America. It is "arknowlnlcwl by press and rceplti throughout the lulled Hates to ba 0, t taper: great In site; in enterprlso; great al ofanyDcm-ocratioUowspaper grt-a- aillfl ft MISSISSIPPI 1 I), Tbo direct through line aud old established route ivia i pr Louisville & Cincinnati to 8t. Lonis and all points in the West. and A great dish at Egyptian harem feasts is Ulceration, Falling and Dltplaceme-J- t or bearing falling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Changool down that of a lamb roasted whole. The lamb i.iie,uuciiorrnoa, ussldeamany wcakncssenprlug-In- g is stuffed with a utrkey, the turkey is Blufffrom tho aboTo.llko HedRtho. tiloatln?. Snl. ed with a chicken, tho chtoken wilh a nal Weakness, Sleeplottncrs, Nervou Debility, quail, thn quail with a saow bird, thenow 1 iimnuoaoiiue uoari, .ic. lor tale by PrlceiSlandJt 50perlottle. Send to Dr. bird with an oyster The lamb is roasted J B. Marchltl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. a alow fire until it is almost ready tnJ Forsala hr Penny A McAUster. Druggists. oter fall to pieces. Then go away honey I Drug-gists. P.i A lift of handsome nnd uwful premiums of great variety aroorieied freo tojearly tubscrib-er- . On receipt of a request for them, e tend IC3 cl charqa. a Hmplo copy of Weekly niU our Premium Hiipplement, rlvlug our full h.t of premium, to any address. Courier-Jouru- FREE PREMIUMS. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. Threa (3) Daily Trains from Cincinnati to tit. Lou It. Only hours from Louisville and Cincinnati lo Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a ThrouRh Sloopinrj Car From Clncinatl to St. Louis. In the decline of life, wheu exhausted natue habitually repels the restorative influence nfeleep, there In nothing a) salt,-blThe tomato is the only garden vegetable f to indues beilthful repose as A ptMoh of tbe late Crawford variety, that Hiiccteda better without the richett of lo one teaspoonful of bromldia, at bedtim. theaoll of the garden. The larfl growth weighing 14 ouueen and measuring 11$ In- It may bo taken for yetrs, iu the same do?, of virtM makea the fruit larger and more ches in circumference, raised at Vacallc, with the same effect and without detriCut , i on exhibition at Sir. FrnncUcn, liable in rot. ment. -- American Modlcal Journal. one-hal- When Baby waa alck, we gaTO her Caatorlo, When she became Miss, she clang to Castorla, Wboa sht had Children, abo gare them Caatoria. Wlen she wis a CbUd, she cried for Castorla, Weekly, ono jenr, including a free premium $10 Weekly, toclubnoftlio and over, Mithout premium, em li j For ery club ol fire names sent us at one time, ths tender of club win bo tent as a prssant an, one ol our (reo premiums selected by htm. Dul y, (except Mundaj), one eur..... 10.fJ0 Ually, (except buiuiuj i, six jnonth 0.W Dally, (excpt Sunda), one month l.Od biimlay, one )car 200 Sumluj, six month LS...,.. lioo So travelli.c; og'nts nre-- employed by the Courler-Jo-irna- l, bu t n givxl loral ajten t Is autrd fjr it In ery community, to vbom a liberal rash commission I alloiu-d- . If tbo Courkit-Joiirua- l bat no lucat agent In juur neighbor, hood, end to us fur our Agent's Contacting Outfit. hrli o Mild fren cif cbnre. Allsnb-icrlrtioorderi. requru fur outfits, tampli should bo nd Irtt.ed to ?opl, SUBSCRIPTION- TEHMS. - The O. &M The Ohio Blpepln beoP7 ne running made up of a combination of small roads. ... e on all trains. DDEPOTH(im,eHvDcc.tIoa,,.ra u,td8,n ONION lines by thoO. 4 U. Knllway, thus avabJlirc troblesome trant- fer by other routet. '".'.V'T,1. It the only line ,.Zn Lou,"llI. Cincinnati and St. Loins ....., ,... A Car on nlgfit trains; Mlsslsilppl luxuriant Vu" negant way uoach- - n'ay nun m consequence .U.UU.. is rtcognlied iuiiu s I'lrst-ClaIfcjutj be- fniiEi-Tt?.!10- W. N. HALDEMAK, ri,iUttCnitar-JUD4l Co., or any desired Information, or par as to rales, time, lwca tM Cities. Ak3" orcoomctlng l0t7!Vir.LE, KT . to ROUT. II. FOItMAK. Oen. I'ms. map, clrcul ut linos for I'M, rK,AJPV,YA Cincinnati, O. lUn's. , A't ' .TiT'iiMj.Tr'iiTir.irti ' I Lancaster, Merlin Wells, the little son of Mrs. Mr.Simuel Vaught and Miss Alice The narry Webber Comedy Company Lula C. Brock, died last week at Somer- Stull were mtrriel at Kings Mountain will present the Arabian Night at the City set. Sunday. The BslJwin Locomotive Works have September 21, 188R Tho performStanford, Ky Mr. Fred Burgess, one of the cleverest Hall Thursday evening. just completed and shipped ita 8 000:h enance will not begin until after the temper engineers on the L. & N., will become a gine. Court-housBenedict on the 20th. Miss Belle Pearco, ance meeting at the P. WALTON. W. Diphtheria ii raging to such an alarmcolored Stevo Jackson, a is tho fortimate young ing extent at Paris that the city schools of Kings Mountain, man, was arrested on a writ of lunacy Satlady. hare been closed. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mr.D. D Scatt, of Laurel county, and urday. He was tried before Judge Owsley Nineteen persons lost their lives by the d Miss Bailie L. Arnold, of Lancaster, were and a jury the same day, adjudgod of For Congress, collision on the Nickel Plate railroad near mind and ordered to the Ltxington married at the Standlford Hotel, Louis Silver Creek, N. Y. JAMES It. McOKEAHY. vllle, last Thursday. Mr. Scott is at pres- Insano Asylum. A Senatorial convention at Atlanta, 01 Madtton. Miss Llllie 8 Arnold, a daughter of ent the general manager of tho Black Diaafter taking 1,200 ballots, nominated a pro Air. John L Arnold, of this county, was mond Coal Cj. The brldo is a hibitionist for the effice. lady of Garrard county. married in Louisville Tnuwday to Mr. D -- The Kentucky Military Institute is in and popular young The Court of Appeals has just reaffirmed Williamsburg Timet says that Al- D. Scott, of Laurel county. Miss Arnold The a former dechicn that drunkenness is no a bad way, its proprietor, Col. Allen, be fred Hatfield, of Lincoln county, and Miss was visiting her sister at Eist Bemstadt, excuse for crime and should not mitigate ing hopelessly embarrassed. Pnln-Cur- or Tho tho has Whitley county, wero mar- from which place they eloped to Louisville. the punishment ti'erefor. The case under The Old Fellows (eft Chicago for the Llllle Hart, of tiro Mr. John M Farra, an enterprising was attending consideration wai that of K. F. Burchett celebration at Boston in 170 coaches, 100 of ried last week. Miss Hart beyoung gentleman of this place, has sucwho shot and killed Anglin in Carter coun- them being sleepers. The fare for the school at Woodbine and complaining of ing sick, waa excused from her duties. Her ceed in railing something over a hundred ty in 1SS1 The court below fixed the pun- round trip whs but $13 according to arrangement dollars, which will be used to establish a ishment at imprisonment for life and Judge Polk Liffoon's plurality for a renoml-natio- n lover came along lime and they flew to a parson young men's reading room, A meeting Prjror in delivering the opinion of the for Congrcw is about 1,200. Ellis about that will be held next Friday evening to elect court, affirmine the sentence, says: "There came under the string second, McKenite and were quickly united. officers, Ac. rea- third and Adair fourth. U no effort at self defence, and the only DANltlLLE, BOYLE COUNT T. Misses Mattie and Lizzie Huffman son assigned for the cruel and reckless murHon. John Sherman, the acting Vice Capt. W. E. Grubbs, of Frankfort, was leave this week for Independence, Mo., the der is that at the time of the killing the ac- President of the United States, will delivformer to make that place her home, the cused was under the influence of liquor. er a speech at Liederkranz Hill, in Louis- in town this morning. Mr. John B. Chumley and Miss Eliza- latter to visit relatives Mr. John II. and to hold ville October 2, at 8 o'clock: This is no excuae for crime, Mi:itOIIA.T TAILOR. Wookcock and family have returned from Rev. Jesse Cook, a colored clergyman, beth Clarkson, obtained marriage license that the commission of one wrongful act is Somerset. Mr. Birry South, of Frankfort, an excuse or mitigation of a still greater of- was banged at Butler, Ga., for the murder on tho 16th Inst. The Boyle circuit court convened yes- was in town Sunday. 1 reckless vio- of his wife. He acknowledged the crime fense would be to license the b.t. r(C.lTl .J .till CKlTlD( The tempsrance meetings at tbo court- terday morning, Judge Morrow and Comthe law to eeek revenge in taking and the justice of his punishment. lators ol houso continue to draw large audiences the lives of those who had inflicted Uf on El Coyote, the Mexican bandit, and monwealth's Attorney Herndon at their posts. The'grand jury waa charged by His each evening. The exercises are conducted them actual or imaginary injuries." thirty of his band were surrounded while by Rev. H. Barney, of New York, assisted Comprlilnj the belt In the market, which will t asleep by Mexican soldiers and the notori- Honor, and la composed of the following Our esteemed contemporary, the DanW. G. Goode, by the ministers of the various churches in gentlemen: W.W.Webb, Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono gratitude for theso ous robber and eight men were killed. ville Advocate, has our m City or Country. J. W. Spllea, H. C. Farris, M. G. Lickey, town. The town will be filled this week The directors of the Louisville Librakind words: During the late heated canNick Hardin, W.D.Irvine, J. II. Davis, with temperance people from all over the Ulve Mo Trial. ry have concluded to sell the books at pubvass in Lincoln, the Interior Journal Conyer, J. L. Bruce, A. Rice, Jobn 8tate to attend the Stale convention of the lic auction and close up the institution f- H. D. did not favor the prohibitory law, because Williams, John Cotton, Fielding Thur- W. C. T. U. The temperance people will inally. The sale is now in progress. the editor was not convinced that it would At the time this let- keep thing lively until after the vote la It is nip and tuck with Halsell and mond, G. P. Temori.jury had not been an taken on Oct. 0th. accomplish the end for which it waa inter closed the petit Rbea in the 3J district. The latter carried tended. Bat we havo reason to know that 36 criminal and mis MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Todd and Muhlenbery Saturday and who- nounced. There are the friends cf prohibition will find no the dsmeanor cases on the docket ever carries Allen county now gets the nomThe corn crop was damaged more than stronger advocate for the enforcement of most Important being that of Leslie Sharp, ination for Congres'. was at first supposed by the storm several the law, now that it haa been enacted by a C. Warren, late Com The Governors of the original thir- for murder. Mr. R. days since. majority of the people, than the editor of monwealth'a attorney, haa been spoken (o teen States have been arranging for a cele Our jail is again without an occupant. fairly the Interior Journal. He has defense of Sharp. DKALEU IN- There haa been only one man put in jsil bration of the centennial of the signing of for the "won his spurs" in the piat as an uncomThere are two men named Wm, Butler since constitution of the United States. It will circuit court. promising advocate of the law against all who get their mail at the Danville postofGood stock hogs are meeting with reaoccur September 17, 16S7. violators, big and little, and he will make fice. One is a pensioner of the United dy sale at 4: per pound. Tbey are boomDr. J. B. Smith operated again on Mr. who will set it hot for any whisky dealer government and every three months ing very scarce up here. Ishmael,of Ewing, for dropsy, Wednesday States up to sell the vile stufl in Lincoln in oppo-sltio- u draws a stated amount, because of cervices He took 13 gallons of water from her. This There is a new arrival at Dr. J. J. to the will of the people, so decidedduring the late unBrown's. It's a boy. Tbia ia the fourth makes 38 gallons In six months from three rendered the old flag ly expressed at the polls. pleasantness, sometimes called the wicked boy and eighth member of the family. tappings, I Bourbon News. Jamea 8 White, ex Controller of Mil- and unholy Rebellion. Tbe other Wm. Our new jailer, J. L. Arnold, has apThe anti saloon republicans, who met Butler also served his country during the pointed James Houk as hia deputy. Mr. week to trim their vails waukee, haa been sentenced to imprisonin Chicago lust to the prohibition brecza that is now ment at hard labor for two years and a half war, and claims to have been trying for a Arnold will move to town in a few days. pension for a long time pait. Ode day last Mr. Elitor, the subjecta you sent me sweeping the country, cavorloi more than for embezzling seven week he went to the postoffice and asked for are very interesting; much deeper than the most rapid prohibitionist over tho city bonds of Milwaukee. I given him con- can fathom. Give V. B. Hubbell, of Brooklyn, returning his mail and a letter waa me something lighter. evils that the liquor traffic carries in its 510 or $50 from the pen Tbe men who would grumble at eueb sub wake, and demanded that the National gov- home from business found his door locked, taining a draft for sion authorities. Butler says he thought jecta would past his own grandmother. Ed ernment should absolutely prohibit tho and forcing an entrance discovered that his his valuable services had at last been rec Owing to unfortunate circumstances, W. 11. MeKlNNEV, daughmanufacture of intoxicants in the District wife had drowned her talesmen. ognized and he poceeded without loss of Mr. J. E. Vowols has been compelled to JOHN llUItlUT, hanged herself. of Columbia and tho Territories When ter and then time to get the money from the Citizens make an assignment of his goods and efJudge White, of PitUburg, has drawn it is known that no liquors are now manBank, In a few days the other fects for the baneflt of his creditors; assets ufactured in the District and only by the line nt the Anarchist. No applicant National Wm. Butler, tbe on for whom the draft sufficient to pay all indebtedness; John B. moonshiners in the territories, it will bo for naturalization papers who is a member out who had gotten it, Fish ia assignee. observed how silly, though high sounding, of any Anarchiat or Nihilistic society can was intended, found eo he had the first named William arrested. "They siy" Lincoln county voted in are the demands. But an anchor must be become a citizen in his bailiwick. Key Weet, Fia , has a candidate- - for He was tried before Judge Lte and sent to favor of prohibition the other day. Well, cast to windward and the republicans want mayor who stands only 20 inchei high and jail in default of $100 bond. It remains to Rockcastle county voted for local option to do so in time. jury will think of once, but that law haa been a greater source. weighs 2SJ pounds. He is General Abe be Been what the grand Bro. Denham, of the Williamsburg Sawyer, not much more than the matter. Jt!erln ' klui f of evil than all other laws combined. Moro half as large An entertainment given Friday even limes, whom we took to task for using ugia boing eold in Mt. Vernon and whisky as the famoua Tom Thumb. ing by Mra. J. W. Yerkes to her sister-in-laly words, accepts our advice in good part Rockcastle county to day than waa sold beD. 8. Nixon, who waa beaten for jailer Mm. 8treet Van Mater, of Arkansas, Fanning-Implement- s and is actually kind enough to add, "We of fore the law took eflect. Beth county, sutd A. L. Wright for tellby about twenty ladies. Mrs. was attended consider the Interior Journal one of the Mr J. J. Williami and family will reing some things on him, laying his damages Nicholas McDowell is in SpringGed. called best papers in the State, and when hia tern move to Louiavslio to dy. Mr. Williams at $20,000 Bat the jury after hearing the there by the iilneea of her father, tho e rerance subscribers break him down, if has baen in the mercantile butinaas at this decided in favor of the defendant. Anthony McElroy. Dr. E J.Nick-eraothey can, it will be many a day before Lin- cise place forseveral years and has concluded to The total vote of Arkansas in the Sephas returned from a trip to Kansas, coln county has as good a paper as ho has tember election foots up 143,000. Demo and Missouri. His daughter Cirrio re- take a. rest for a time. Hia many friends given them." Denbam, you aie a gentle cratic majority, 37,000 The Legislature mained in Missouri with her aunt, who regret to see hiui leave, as ho has been a man and a scholar and had we been allowstands, Houe, democrats, G7; republicans lives in Platte county. Judge Cnaa. E uaful citizen and the oounty en not well ed the By-Eyou would now be the demoand Wheelers, 23; Senate, 27 democrats, 5 Kincaid, Washington correspondent of the a fiord to lose such men, but we can not cratic candidate for Congress, instead of blame him or any ono eUo fur wanting to republicans and Wheeler?. Louisville limes, was in town averal days editing a paper and refuting slanders get away from thia town. A company, headed by Rocoe Conk-lin- last week. Mr. Boyle O. Rode has returnagainst your county. uuuu ui. viuir, ui uavubuu uuuijij, with a capital stock of $500,000, has ed from a two month'a absence from home The Danville 'lribunt man is shedding been organized in New York for tho pur- much benefitted in health. He lies been who ia charged with killing a blind man bitter, ealty tears because more republicans pose of couveying the maila from different in Cinada, Montana, Oregon and Califor- named Innman noir JLivingston, in thia take our paper than his. Because a person parts of the city to the general postoffice nia, He thinks California a wonderful county, about two weeks ago, camo to the county one day last week and surrendered happens to be a republican is no reason by means of pneumatic tubes. State, and was especially delighted with that he is a fool. Republicans know a Three brothers named Morgan, aged Montray, a summer resort, Mrs. Fleming himself to Squire Gran Clark. He waa good thing when they see it and they al- 24, 21, 18 year?, respectively, were in bath- Phillips, Mrs. George Pnillioa and their brought to town and allowed to execute s ways go where they can get their money's ing in the Chattanooga River, when the aister.Mrs. Florence Deming are visiting the bond for hia appearance next Friday, when wortb. Ours !b a newspaper and don't youngcet was attacked with cramp and family of Mr. Bin, Spears. Mrs. Ssnator hfa examining trial will take place. We -NUICKKYrV you forget it, Captain, and we do not de sank twice. His two brothers went to tbe Whltthorne, of Columbia, Tenn., is vieit-In- ore not acquainted with tho fscta in thia esse, but it doca not eeem that thero could fend Mr. Cleveland simply bicausa he rescue and all three were drowned. her daujjhter, Mr. C P. Cecil. Mr. needs no defense. He is a great and good A riot between Irish, and Italian labor- Chas, Ctldwell, who went to Kansas City be any lawful excuso for killing an inoffenman, whose only fault has been that ho has ers occurred in Pittsburg Sunday. "Pad- recently with a party of excursionists, has sive blind man. Two charming young ladies, Misses not turned the meals out as fast as he dy" Rico, an Italian, had his skull crushed obtained agreeable employment there and Luella IUtnaey and Mary Betzlay, of Standone. with a chair, and Patrick Constantine, an will remain. Mr. and Mra. Jobn should and as fait as we would have Grain, Wool, NuciIh, Coul, Lumber, Etc. J, SamIrishman, wa; shot in the abdomen and uel have returned from their bridal tour ford, are visiting relatives and friends in TnE London Leader having weather- died shortly afterward. Rico will die. Adams and are living at Glltner's hotel. Rev. this vicinity. Mistes Ida and Mai ed successfully the storms of its first annuhave gone to Harrodaburg, tho former to Hon. W. L, Scott, of Pennsylvania, Harvey Glass, of Richmond, is town. al yoyage, may now be considered a sea- has finally accepted the make a visit to friends and the latter to atrenomination to ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. BRODHEAD, worthy Craft of the first clars. We know Congress tendered him by the tend College. Mr. T. N. Roberts, J. K. democrats of of no paper that has grown bo rapidly in his district. The pressure of his own par-parBrodhead Academy has about 00 pu- McCUry and Gus Jarber are taking in the graces of the public, nor one that is is said to have been strengthened by pils in attendance. Mrs, Bjllo Burnaide, Dripping Springs for their heiltb. Jack nourtured by stronger and better democrat- a petition signed by 1,500 republicins, ask- of Lancaster, boa charge of the clasa in both Conn, of Altamont, was in town Sunday. ic principles. May it continue to grow and M. J. Miller is in the cities laying in hh vocU and inatrnmental music. ing him to stand for re election. prosper. MIbj Susie Woodyardjjbas exchanged winter stock of goods. Miss Maggie Smith, John Wyatt and Demps Loftln are The California democrats do not mince neighbors in Marshall county, who have her organ for an elegant Fishor piano accompanied by Mr. Mollio Maret, has matters. In convention assembled thoy re- not spoken for years. Loftin spoke to Mr. Jamea Crawford has purchased a hand- returned to Paint Lick. M. C. Williams Ly.s solved that the democratic party of the Wyatt at a funeral, and the latter knocked some organ for hia daughter, and your correspondent paid Cincinnati a visit laat week. removal of him down with a Btone. Loftin then drew Mies Rena, State of California demands the WIjiom. The prohibition wine of tho republican DrugN, every republican now in office by appoint- a knife and killed Wyatt, stabbing him Wall Paper, Mimical The "Woman's Christian Aid SocieIiiMcrmtnimuh, Uottor Chemical, HooIik, ment, except those holding under civil ser- seven time. They wont speak any more. ty," which was organized here a short time party ban held a national convention lu the Stationary, rocltet vice reform, and that democrats be appoint Mrs. McAninch, aged 63 years, wifo of since, will give a supper at Brodhead Acad- city of Chicago, composed of 300 deleirate, M1m, TolmccoM, Cutlery, mostly from tho Northern and Weitern ed in their places. Wm. B. McAninch, of Rich Hill, died last emy on next Saturday evening for the ben-efi- e fv.uniiH, Perfumery, Flro ArniH, tfncliiii IVccdletj. We cordial- States. There were several prominent men of the Christian church. downed McKeosie, Saturday night of flux. It is estimated Polk Laffoon Our Jewelry, Sllvenvnro and Optical Gaoita Department Is lu CImrgo of Col of the party present, and the presiding offby competent judges that nearly 100 peo- ly invite everybody to attend. Adair and Ellis for tho Congressional nomThos. IJkhnniH, who will ilepnir VVatchoH and CloekR promptly mid in tho beat have died in this section id the Iaet 3 On last Saturday evening tho I. 0, G. icer wan William Wintlom, for many years stylo. ination in the Second District with all the ple months, within a radius of about 10 miles, T. debated tbe queation whether the pro a Senator in Congreas and onca Secrclary of ease imaginable. Urey Woodson, of the Yosemite News. hibition party ia not an absolute necessity. tho Treaaurr department. There is not from the samo disease. Owenaboro Messenger, like ourselves, poor The twin brother of the negro who was After some able speeches on both sides tbo much room for doubt of the fact that the fellow, seems to bo playing in bad uck hung at High Bridge a few years ago for judges decided in favor of the negative, republican ieadera seriously contemplate this season. making the temperance question tbe prinattempted rape, is in jail at Nicholaaville, which was led by Jamea Painter. Jujxje Morton, ol Ltxington, has de- charged with attempting to rape three lit-tl- o Misses Annie and Mabel Moore, who ciple inue in 18S8. Unloss they tako a clined to be n candidate forgovernor,which white echcol glls and succeeding in his have been ylsiting their slater, Mra, Nich- stand againBt tbo liquor traffic the prohibiKim rtnulna tnltiil your money remind) us of what 'ho pretty maid eeid to design on a negro girl. He doesn't eeem ols, of thia place, returned to theit horde in tion party will give thorn a great deal of t(uuf J IMt th above ii Don't waito vntrr om I irin on a irum or rubber coat ThurihtirmANDflUeKrr piuuu nunmumr i rnuur, una vriu icrj jim uty m mw iimu TRAPK MARK. Alfcf fnrtliA"VMII IIUiKPi inptiitan.1 tut tin ntlir. If lOUT ltjrfkttrtfiK(IOfi- Cincinnati last week, Mrs. Geo. Birnea trouble and occasion defeat in 1883, as it the impertinent young fellow: "Nobody to have profited by his brother' fate. FmTvo tnT'riii mi an nirnr)iwTlntl'fMMlotriiMr A J. TilWKil aMmmrnwi , notion, ma In Jackson county, W. Va., a large and daughter, Mlsa Roxlo, of Stanford, occasioned the dtmter of 1831. Mr Blaine JWiWHHfflCTCTMini has asked you, sir," she said. rock on the mountain side overhung the spent Saturday and Sunday with friends ecea the neceaiity of conciliating tho temresidence of Leslie Cummings. Last week, here. S. J. Conn, of Altamont, and G, M, at Lynuh O'Conncr.'an perance people, und openly declares that of tons, was this rock, weighing Ltxington, was shot and instantly killed detached and rolled hundreds the mountain Melvln, of Lily, spent S inday in our town,, tho republican parly is a bettor temperance down J. N. Vanhcok and Dr. EUea, of MoKin-neyElghtoon Professors and Instructors. by bis friend, Lute Fogle, a gambler and side, crushed tbe barn, killed four or five were guests of the Woodyard Houte organization thin the prohibition party Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering.Glassical, Normal School, loafer, over a game of cards Saturday. horses and mules and then struck the on last Sunday evening. Will Hutchison There is every indication tlmt a new will be made that will reault in a O'Concer htd killed hismanandthoecalps dwelling of Cummings, killing Frank Cum-min- of the C. 8. R. R, spent a day or two with Military Tactics, commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. and Edward Jenks and badly injur- hia mother and sister last week. Misses new party alisnmont, and wo mar expect to Foglo'a belt. oflwomonnow danglo COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. ing Lnilio Cummings, his wifo and two Rena Crawford and Kate Butner have been that thero will be many Mranpe They were a bad pair and will only bo small children, who were thrown 30 in tbis country in 1888. For CntnlotfUO nnj other Information Loulfvillo t'all term begtni Hcpt. Otll, 1886, feet visiting their aunt, Mm. Lee Houk, of Mt. mtewc fo. 'Mr deviltry Tltt.c-- . Addrti JAJIKS K. IATTliFS90:S, Ml. ., JCcxlUKtOU, XCeutucUy. 'i. ui tat) tru.. ui ti e rocr. Uuibiie, well-knoj- Stmi- - tnorournai itrgi or cunnenr zvFtin. warrages. QARIWW COUNTY DEPARTMENT. r M Genfaur well-know- n inim H. O. s most wonderful known. Its eileets world instantaneous. over Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Ml RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, a I to-da- w. b. wtmiii,;J Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Xiiue, Cement, Elevators, Pumps, Cider Mills, WHBH & MBEFEE yen-erabl- n SE2 ery, and Mtichiii ?, Ime Haggles $?&f&g?es Wagons, IV, g Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm ty M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Stanford, Opera House Block, Paint, Noih, 'lgui, $ k2fr SUCKERS1 TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY bed-fel-io- V V V- - w Suiu-SIUcU.atrioanri- 1 rn.WAn.im.iarm wt jmrnATrnxtygrortn. Will Hers has nought Ike Djrn's home-grow- n " in town, at Waters & Wearen'. farm of 200 acres netr Camp D;ck Bible is m eon at 5 10. CY.oveu, timothy, blua graaa and orchard It ia rail but true. The circoa gives ui Ham Healey, of Soptombor 21, 1886 grass aeed at bottom prices. Wearen & the y and shows at Crab Orchard in- aylvania parties 45 Bayl, sold to Pecn Stanford, Ky, head of old, 16. Menefee. stead, next Mondar. hand mules nt $160. M ii We will have in a few dava the nlceeet HuslnoBO Uanagor. J. M. Keras and J G. Gibbons, of B. O. WALTON. Littlb Lena, daughter of Mr. ?WJ z nnd cheapest line of cbambor eeta ever Hamton, fell down tho steps of hia houre, Clinton, immmI through (own last week brought to this market. Metcalf & Fos Friday, and crushed her elbow. from Lincoln, where they had bought 25 I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ter. inulecjlteat 350 e'.ch. Mouticello Sig t 11 all tralliiiotng Worth .......... M . 1 15 r.u. Wearkn A Menefee aro cleaning some The handsomest atock of Dry Goods, No- nil. .. ..r. M. .12 bouth. A; , ever brought to thh market are . 1 28 At M. pure Fullz whea; it will pay you to sell tions, Sipmslraln" tjouth, .nr o u uucern nana splendid crop i i beiu opened thia week by Owsley A iioih of corn A couple of bus, taken almost at your filthy wheat and buy your seed from Tha a jOtc U calculated ou itandard lline. rJolar Donlor In- Craig. random, wefohnd 5 poinds and measured them. Xt la About 'JO tainutM (mtel! Claims ugninAt the county must hi filed 12 and 13 incuts respectively. They are of Owino to George Pcnnv'a illnees he hss LOCAL NOTICES. by the 21tb, instead of tho 23th, aa stated the while vnriety, known ai the "Hood," bad to givo up hia school at Mt. Xenia. Uuv your Sellout li,oki from Penny A Mi. Will H. Wearen, of KIrkaville, euo- - in bur laet issue. Ten daya before ia the and he will dispose of some of it for seed. McMiatcr. order. Yesicsterday wea a fino day acd many cetda him. W.TCHKa nod Jewelry ripaJrel on ihor people were drawn to ihw Danville Court. A OIURMINO letter from Riv. George 0 Qotico v nJ warranted br Penny A McAlia Acmnof eight at Rowland drew $500 Triere were eome 2C0 cuile on the market, r. t t in the Louisiana Lottery, which will cause Bunts was handed us yesterday, but owing ami soiat ai irom A to 1 cen s A good Buy the Haoa lion Romedr, tha orlgl-Ji- ll to the fact that our forms were about full, many saddle horses were eold at from $125 only Ren ulnc, from Penny AMcAl-ate- r. thkt concern to get five times as much from and we had to defer its publicatien till Friday, this locality. to J190. P.ug horaea 180 lo $100; mulea Btoclt ol jewelry, latent A comi-lktIf you want a Feed Culler, buy the old Tue heavy fall of temperature predicted from $90 lo $160 tyle. Uockford wMchen n epecUltv. Pen-a- y J E. A J R Furls took two premi reliable Daxter. It is tho best cutter in for the equinox did not mstcrializs here, A McAHatar. the market for either hand or power. Met- though the storm of Sunday night loft the ums on Silver King at the Somerset Fair, PERSONAL. air chilly enough yesterday morning to one in the model and the other in the 3 calf & Fcater. year-o- ld raddle stallion rlnp; one on Molia no B. 0, Pknnikoton, mister of Harry Weijuer cornea on rather ahort mako fires comfortable. lis Moucce, dam of Silver King, best brood ia a favorite hero and never iwitchei at Itowland. notice, but he In "Ojr Boarding Home" Wednesday Mn and Mn. S. P. Etago bave re- falla to draw full houses. Procure a ticket niuht Harry Webber appears aa"Gregarieua mare any age; and one on Blidle, full sister to Silver King, fancy saddle colt. Mr. F.er lumed from Clrtlnrmtl. of MoRoberls & Slagg and tako three meals Gillypod, E'.q ," and will make enough fun night, to excite the rlsibles of a cynical diapeptic. ria also showed Mlaa Alma Hay.' FleetMm A. B. McFFurr haa cone lo Lou and a luncheon with bim wood, which took the premium in tbe rack22d. iaville lo vlell her parent. hi v You will see him, of course ing ring, half mile heats; best heat 1:25, Mm. Hi'sir. Stonk, of Montlcello, Ia The examining trial of W. II. Murphy to New Goods. Wo are opening thia week equal any 2.50, which is two seconds better ay rlaltlns Mra K A. Burnett. for cutting George Carter was called racking on record. The et'rt vaa than Mn. a.nd Miw K. P. Owsley relumed and continued till next Tuesday, a very large and handsome assortment of from a slsnd still. from a visit lo Cincinnati Saturday. 28rh. Cuter is getting atong finely and Dry Goods, consisting of every thing in the 5KTf ADTKBTIREBEKTH. Judge W. R. Caiiscn hat been taking will soon be out, unlets something nnforo Domeatio and fancy gooda line. Also a large line of Novelties, Hosiery, Gloves, in the light of the Paris of America. eeen happens. Ac. Owsley A Craig ClUiu.M K.Cox, of LouiiTille, apent A man, whom the Rar, S. B. McRob-ert- a Sunday with hit parenla at thia place. Owino to a mistake in the hour, the married 20 years ago, called on Mn. W. M. McAfee hia returned FARM, the other day to ety that he had not sale of W. H. Btrtleson did not occur Sat A WELL IMPROVED him from a visit to hia former home in Kaniaa. forgotten that he owed him for performing urday, but will positively take place at hia Within mile of 8lan!ord. containing 100 acrei. Miss Sue Cozatt, of ParkaTille, ia New dwelling home. Alio 75 acres (arming land tho ceremony. Mr. McRoberta had forgot- reaidence near the Woolen Factory next adjoining. Apply to the gueet of her relative, Mra. M. G. Ne- and hi had rather ace Saturday, 25th, at 1 p. M. He haa a good ten the circumstance K. T. IIOCUEHTER, ilajal viua. 1CI-Or ir. (i. WELCH. of it. deal of valuable personalty that can bo had Mn. E C. Maiitik, of Lexington, waa tho mone now than to hear talk cheap, htrsSiturdny in the interest of the ilone The gratifying Information reaches us An extra coach will be on the south Fair. that notwithstanding he haa troited bun Mm. Pickett Taylor and Mra. Wm. drede of patents aufTering with the prevail- bound train next Monday afternoon to take On tha Stanford A Knob Lick Turnpike Road and known as the Helm Farm of the lite Or. Olveui Crate are rial tine Mm. Ben Bright, at Bry ing disease of flux, our former townsman, those who may wiah to attend Dellaven's Containing about 2SO Aoroa, anUville. Dr.O. II. McRoberta, haa not lost a single Circua at Crab Orchard. Raturning it witl Mr. and Mna. R. E MoRonr.KTO, of one by death. There havo been perhapa be hitched to a freight and brought to Stan- And has a com'ortabls dwelling therton. Apply .11. JOItXHOX, Lmcaater, bare been with hia parents here 100 dcatha in Casey county from tho di- ford by 0 o'clock. Go and see the elephant to Near Sbslby City, Ml,tha QiTom on Homcttcid. 100-thia week. but not cna can be counted against walk around. sease, Mr. J. W. PowrLL, of the Went End, Dr. McRoberta Harry Webber, that versatile nnd in-baa gone lo Indiana and Illlnoii to Tleit imitable comedian, will be at the Opera One of our young physicians waa called . hU relative-in by a mother who had a sick child the Hsuse to morrow night, 221, in that gloriMna. Sallic Cook haa returned to other day, and he entered the house with ous comedy, "Our Boarding House," and Rowland from louleville and will make will furnish three ineils and a luncheon all the importance of a young that her future home. distinguish himaelf in for 25, 50 and 75 cents, according to the who ia anxious to Miss Flora McCord, of MadUon, ia Imajlno his fall of coun- seat you occupy at the table. profession. Mian Maggie Ljwls, in the Willow hia flailing tenance when after a minute's exam CI rove nelckborhood. The Colored Teachers' Institute cloied a iotirogations the good In tbe Qlorloui Coin-dvery interesting service at Ilustonville Mrs J. V. AVai.laoi: haa returned ination and the usual lady Inquired, "Do you think it ia worth Thursday. Prof. S. Hathaway waa chosfrom a month's atay at Dripping Hprlnga, J. while to tend for a doctor?" The answer en conductor and G. W. Haynea aecretary, entirely restorod lo health. camo from the young man ia not rec3-oo:dj- s Tho subjects diecuased were the usual ones -. Miss Daisy Huukside will leave to that At Stanford Opera Uouie, I ported, but you can bet he thought a good for such occasions and many of tbo speakmorrow for a visit of lereral weeks lo her if he didn't express hinwelf. deal ers ehowed a thorough acquaintance with friend, Mlra May FcrgiMon at Covington. Sin KamitT A. A. McKinnky and as J. Wolf, an them. A resolution was adopted favoring An Outrage. Saturday, wife are atltmllm; the 23J Triennial Con- incfleniive German, who peddles tinware, a joint seealon with the Garrard Institute K. TAYLOR, clave of the Knlghta Templar nt St. Louii. waa going along the public highway,he was in 1SS7. Or LOO AN COUNTY. Ii a Candfdato or the office joi: r. w ati;h.n. 51. V. UKAHEN. Mrs. G D. Wearem and Mlsa Belle accosted, he says, by Gut Gill, an engineer Instruction, subject Work haa begun in earnest on the L. A ofSuperintondent of PuMIc rent ton. to the Democratic State Con Root went up to Dripping Spring Ratur-di- r on the L A N., who after accusing him of N. from Corbin on the Knoxville Braneh and remained till yesterday with the murder and cursing and ill'iislng him, took to Morris to wo, Tenn , a distance of 67 mile?. Birnet Troupe. hia tinirare and left with it. Wolf came to In speaking of tho new line the Courier-JournMr. Qcincey Shumatf. was hereSnn-da- y town and awore out a warrant before Judge aive: It ia lo connect with tbe 's on bis way lo his home in Newhern, Car and it was placed in Marshal Richmond A Danville system at Warm ov-Tenu , from Paint Liok, where he had been hands for eervice. The cfllcer found Pprinji-- , N. C Tho Utter, next lo the L. S552 to visit his lather. that Gill had slipped oil on a freight train A N., is the most important system in the Short Horn Cattle, Trotting Da L F. UerniAN left Hatmdav to and he followed him aa far as Shelby City, South, and tho new roid will form a link Stock, join hfa wifo at Ashevllle, N. C. Dr. J. W. where Gill jumped from the train and run- between the two of great value to both. It otKro ning caught up with tho forward section will Dicktiaoa will have oharr.e of his piss through a valuable coal and min during hia absence. and boarded it. Newland was not o be eral section. This ia the most extensive Other Valuable Personal Property. Joiim A. McP.tiMCRTH haa returned to outdone, however, ao he telegraphed the enlerprire undertaken br thn L. A N. rince hia lone here, niter an engagement of Chief of Police at Louisyille to arrest Gill tho completion of tho Knoxvillo branch, A KxtcMor of of tcveral month with the Crab Orchard for a feloaioua oflrneeand he waa nabbexl on and the work will bo pushed rapidly. It ea!d, I will on the Estate of H. A. Mar.in.de- Sprinsa Cotniny, arrival and brought back here for trial will becomo an important feeder to the hi I)b and Mrs V. B. Penny arrived yesterday. Knnxville branch, and will nasist in TneMluy, October 5lh, ISStt, from the Weet yeaterdiy and Mrr. R. S. company with a tho development of a large portion of Ent Kr. SALVADOR.-- In Lytic and Mr. nml Mra Jack DavSb ciuie friend weeDj'oyed a drlveto the pretty little Tenneaiec. At hit late reiUrnce mile from Slher Creek depot on Kentucky Central railroad, nbout on this raorcing'B exprewi. 7 miles lotita of RlchmonJ, Kr , Oder at public village of O.teuheim, Sunday, to witneis A iiout 25 persons attended the convensale Mr U. H. Iinuci: is back from n two tho dedication of tho handsome Citholic tion hero Saturday aftornoon to express He, weeks' visit to relatives in the West. county. tho choice of the democracy of tho county church, the first of the kind in the Short-Hor- n too, is Mtiiiied to lnt well enough atone Tho weather waa pleasant, nnd we found for a member of the State Bsard of EqualAnd not fly to evils that ho knows not of. the road, after leaying the pike, one of the ization. County Committeeman T. D. Comlitlnsotcnolce rcpresenullteaof tho Rosool Aitlr a three months' visit to ber pa beat we havo ever ecen of tho kind. This Newland called the, meeting to order nnd SliBron, Young Mary, rhlltlj. Mazurka and other families. Among them aro Roval Lustre; tho dsra rents in thia vicinity, Mrs. T. E. Kirtley ol this road, together with that from Crab Or R. C. Warren waa chosen chairman, but he Scotch heifer was Imported and li ol excellent old clood, embracing many prlrs winners In and children, Ebbie and Uallle, bate re- chard to Oitenheim and beyond, in all declined to eerve and Judgo P. W, Yarnon that country. Also Had Row of tScarlita,an Imturned to their hoaie in Greenville, Texaa. eome 12 or 15 mllos, ported cow, and her three hilfer calves. wia built by Mr. J. was called (o preside. Masteon Peyton All are aelected and bred with great caro and We are clad to state that Mr. D. 11. Ottonhi'lmer, of tho Lincoln Lind Couipa mMi16''8'0'1 UMtT M'U' Crtam Fl0Ur' U' llintT' "Pentatlre. Is unlversMiy popular all ol waa made secretary and nominations being books the aged cattle are recorded la tbe herd Will II. Waters, Salesman. and tha entire herd li eligible to record. EJmtslon. who went West with a view of & nr. at a cost of some $1000. He did it on in order, Mr. Warren named Jona B. locating, has returned, satiaGed that be it Catalogueican be bad upon application. his own motion, but it Las been and will Nickols, of Boylo, J. P. Bailey nominated erer so flow nnd binlntm so dull, there's be of great value to the county and it would J. E. Cohen, of Anderson, seconded by noplace like home. .UjoJG bead of young, well bred be nothing more than fair for the Court lo Peyton, and J. W. Alcorn in a pretMr D. Ki.Ass, who haa been confined allow him at least a part of tho cat. Ar ty littlo speech named W. G. Anderson, of to hia bed for a week or so in Louisville, ia rlyiog at Oitenheim, we were surprised to Garrard, A vote was then taken and Mr. Mr. Fred Jacobs, of to be improving said find a neat little village, containing besides Cohen, receiving the greatest number, was FourFllIIeabyiJyU, two Louisville, ia assisting Mr. Simon Slraua the building to be dedicated, a nice little declared tho choice of the county and the by Curtis' Iliubletonlan. of them out of a mare Also du:!ug his nbience. church, a general supply store, meeting adjourned. DBALglS IW 14 Imp. and Registered Shropshire-dow- n Lucy Boole and Djllie Wil- Lutheran Mimes kept by our friend, Mr. J. L. Slavin, the liams, of ilustonville, left last week to ac- cjzleat Sheep, LAND. STOCK A NO CROP Drugs, Books, Stationery and little hotel and numerous other cept positions as teachers, the former at homes. It ia tho centre of the thriving Ger Fancy Articles. The Ltcnia Racea begin Ojt. 1 and Christian College, North Middletown; the man colony and ia destined to becomo a IftBt 13 days. take charge of a music claea in latter to Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. town of considerable importance. The colStrayed fiom my farm a Red Bull and Also Hamilton College, Ltxington. peoplo aud a roan and spotted calf. J, E Bruce. onists are all thrifty-lookin- g Ono Yoko of "Work Oson, MUBaij WAimOl'jw WATCH YVJtkTjL Rev. and Mrs Georoe 0. Barnes, seem to be doing well in their new homes Mr. G. B. Barnett haa rented tbe MenMissea Marie and Georgie and Miea FreeThe church haa been built by their contrEljjhl Extra Gooil Worls. axule?, i man paased down to Hurodaburg yester- ibution and it ia n handsome little house of efee farm, lately occupied by Major King. The Largest Stook of Watohes, Olooks, Biughman sold lo John Pep-pie- s Smith day and their meeting thero will begin at worship, both inside and out. The altar 20 Extra Good N. Y. Fat Cattle, Jewelr7 and Silverware old mare mules a fine pair of Woodcock met the party and chancel aro beautifully arranged and Nath once. for 5320. Ever bought to this market Trices Lower than here and acoompioled them thither, Mr. the furniture throughout neat and approLowest. We hear of several contracts to fatten Ono Hundred Acres or Corn, 50 Tons tha paired on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ReBarnea may be here again about Die, 1. ahort notice and Warranted. priate. Rt. Rev. Bishop McClosky Restat- hogs at of Hay, per pound. With corn aa plen3Jc ed by Father Lu,dgcr Beck and Father tiful as it i), somo money cm be made ii" LOCAL MATTERS. Farming Implements, Johu, of St. Mary's College, officiated, a at it. Try Watera A Wearona'a "White Lily" portion of the eervlce being In Latiu and For Salb A No. 1 milk cow, wieh a Rocknivnj- - and KoiurCiirf. and ''Purity" cigars. the termon'iu German. After the services, right young calf; gives 0 gallons of milk Six building lota for sale between Stan- which were very impreeeive, the colonists per day. Inquire of S. C. Helm or R. 3, Telms liberal and made knotrn on day of.iale. and their friends enjoyed a basket dinner in Craig. ford and Rowland, n. J. Darat. Ealc to commence at 9 o'clock a. t. ycun friend Ch'aa. T, Sandidge tho pretty grove, whilo Mr. Oltcnhcimcr Our 3I.AsnUVVKI4K, The purest and strongest country vine- - entertained the clergymen and others at seems to have monopolizjd the premiums Executor ol U. A, Moran. gar enn bo had at T. R. Walton's. tho hotel, where a very templing and excel- at tho Somerset Fair. He look fivo bluo At the same lime and place, I will, aaguardlin repast was spread. Among the vis- ribbons in ono day on his fine horses. ol tha Infant chlllrea of II, A. Moran, dee'd. and Owsley & Craio ara recoiving thia lent itors were Prof. Ilemmcrsbnck, of St. Ma Mr. B. W. Gaines, who has been living as agent of Mrs. J. U. Maran, full etook of Fall goode. Call week their ry's College, F. A. Fellmer, of tho State on Dr. Giycns' Helm farm for year?, haa " and look through. Burcuu of Emmigratlon, Louis Newhaua, rented tbe Leo Hayden farm of Col. Welch l'ora tcrraof two years, Now ia your chance to get a bargain at of the Louisville Glaubaitlote, and Ed Mer- - and will remove thither in a ahort time. Brinkley, Catron A Co. Bold last week Metctf A Foeter'rj. Their atock ia larger ckol, of the Cincinnati Wahrhciliframd. many people from tho neighborhood, 300 elieep to a gentleman of Madison coun Fifteen and more comploto than ever before. " Acres Land a large crowd was present from Crab Or- ty at 2.10 per head, 'lhey bought 30 Come and see tho latest improvement chard and a number from Stanford, nnd tho mule oolta at SO 2 yer head; also 20 year-line- s Owned and ooeupled by decodent at the tln.eot .. .1 T I a.. rAf rt aA An tni-nl pt rented privatehis death, protlilfnt th in waior rievaiurs uu m.u uuiya day waa very plcasantlv and profitably SG0 to $120.- - rSimaraet Rt ly at true Hum. raaklng your purchase. Wenren A Meno M 155-- lt Hjient. porter. M.r.AItnVCIlLE. fee. c- - MktCAIt A Fusir.n havo- for timothy seed. - ealn pure Vanilla flivor-- d Peerless Gyrup, fiuesl ' go-b- er I II Ptr i. m WAUHNT. -- .'nu.x, .ii m ' i e ' GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, TIEiWARIS, yea-letd- GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, for Sale 81 or Kent. Farm For Iteiit. Confections, Tobaccos, HARRY- COE. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. STAFFORD,. KIT. aaw-bone- a, WEBBE y, Our Boarding House, Wednesday, Sept. 23. n. GOOD al PUBLIC SAL WATERS 5 WMAMN &3FLO 03E3EJLS New-land- one-ha- lf 60 head Cattle WATERS WEAREN. Mas-terso- n Trotting Stock! F ny & M" A ....: ii PHARMACISTS, sic r A Lot of Pino Southdown Ewes. JEWELERS. ar Wall Paper, Furniture, RENT PUBLICLY Hundred e Cases., Caskets, E.obesr Stanford. Be-ald- . .. .... Pull and Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. B. 3v. WEAKEST, L-- A AKD rain you bind a spirit freo m morning, Their Itctiirn to Kartli Tlnmlng Racrl- - InAnd chain your fancy to n leaden vow Dletatla Ghaapast fleesSplrltual Marrlnga. Tho old emotion breaks through overy warning mr .CfiMM8rclalGollBMri!;.,.Vc l'ilnllr. Acconling to heathen belief tho dovlls of For mighty uaturo ppoalex, wo know not how; ATTUNES HIS LYRE. Chincso mythology begin their pcriodlo vislta And who so well may trust tho fcarteM mother HkdiMl Hmh and GoU UiX ortt all otKt Wlef, Whoso truthful Impulse never led you wrong? to this world They remain hero for ! dtntrsl sovendays. Thoy bring with them tho rela Your prido would match tho wit that arms 1 HoaiJ. about S SO. Intituling Tuition. Sutlonur anothsr; BILL NYE'S LINES ON THE OEATH spirit form, of tho living, and extives, in .TjM-nrllaia Ttltrasr ipscUIUctjII Your open looks were weapons for the strong. pect good treatment from tho latter. Tho . J SkuIu aJJMi W. K. BX'.Z OF A MARRIED MAN. Chincso residents of Pittsburg havo madonll Then, caro no more, though every tie bo breten ono with thoeo of ruder clay, Which made arrangements to glvo their fplrltual guests a DB. W. D. PENNY, Written on the Theory of Conveying an warm greeting. At their homes or in publia That which your groat heart prompts U rightly PAlaoi Steamers. Low XlaUf. spoken; DEtfTIST, places they will offer up burnt sacrifices, conrest Trip pat Wak 8tsra rub-ll- c Idea, nml Still Not Inllnmlng the Tho word that claims a voice Is good to 6ay: Ifontviolcy. DETROIT, MACKINAO ISLAND IStnniorit, sisting of chickens, ducks, pork, fruits, sugar, Specimen of l'lno "IVonl Taint-- I nuts, eggs and so fortli. Tho Chinese devils Your eager lip betrays you by its swelling, Indignant pity sweeps away disguise, St.Irae. C,b(rTrn, A)pb. HrrUUl. Oteoda, oad Stvh. IrertHuroB. up by tho Ilurtl. aro usually accredited with boing very sm.it t, A woman's tale is kindled In tho telling, n. cutr, OaUaaa xoum, turut And all its ivtulon meets mo from your eyes! and good judges of what constitutes n good waiting patiently for tho comI havo lecn ICtht Wk Oay Satwita Dora Road Qtodalo In DemorcsfB, ing poet to tnko up and treat n tbemo hlch sacrillce, nnd if thoy discover that mortals DETROIT AND CLEVELAND " lias for years Iwon knocking on tho door of nro not offering up tho first nnd best fruiu of Bttaday Trip daring July sad Aufiut. Tho Chliicno to l'ojsess Hawaii. tho slumbering bard, and asking for ndmksiou tho land, they nro apt to act as tormenting ru Tho latcit news from Hawaii indicates that OUrt ILLUSTRATCO PAMPHLETJ only devils can. and recognition. Tho slumbering bard has Sato Tho devils como upn.itho oeith from tin thooxodus of whites from tho island kingIgnored that call. Ho has slumbered on. IIo ,J C, and rxcnnlan Tlka will b rurnlabad byyourTklArnt,craddr D. WHITCOMB, Qtn'l Ptt,, Aftnt, has turned over and put a pillow in each car, llrst to tue sexvutli Uaii of every MVeutb dom continues. During tho month of Juno as it were, in order to avoid tho loud, clamor-bu- s Chinese mouth. Thoy nro stipposed to wear tho nrrlvals wore 110; deiMrturos, 314. Tho Detroit & Cleveland Steam Niv. Co. OOce on Lancaitorttreet, jext door to Ixtn tho same kind of clothing as is worn by li rig arrivals of Chlnoso were slightly in excess of DETROIT, MICH. appeal of IhU theme. IIo has shown woRJouHNAt. office. Offico lioun from 8 to 12 x Chinamen, and they depend upon first the year tho that ho otiltl rather contlnuo to bo tho slum- periodic visits to eorth to get supplied l' 'i departures, and sinco tho islandofhas Increased u.and 1 to a r. v. Antithetic .ItnlnlitoroJ wlii will Chlneso population of tho QtccMary. bering bard nt his present salary than tho tho proper outfit. Consequently this wo k 1,087, notwithstanding tho jllcy of exclusion coming poot at better pay. besides tho sacrifice of tho articles above recently adopted. There seems to be but So I havo been compiled to attune my own XT. U.MII.U:it. C0 9.CARPCMTi:n. mentioned, them will bo a general ot.'i i mg littlohopo of changing tho tendency to tho f. V lyre, and, in halting numbers, bandlo it J up of n certain kind of inouoy which it ;ip Mougolianicntlon .of tho island unless greater It is out of my lino to vrrito poetry, but posed to mss as legal tender in tlie spiritucl Inducements nro held cut to white settlers. tltOM who think I cannot writo a oein that worhL This takes tlie form of mpcr ri. ' !y Tho Portuguese contract laborers w ho havo TUIst powder nun rTttiet will lie ravenously snapped up and publisheti marvel a More ol iurlt), served their terms nro now seeking naturaldecorated with gold leaf and Chineou lnsc-.qeconomlrti trench nj wliolexomraeis. by tip American prow do not thoroughly tions, and is about ilvo inched long mid wide. ization nnd representation, with n view of thin the ordinary klud and ran not b sole uiMkrkand my true nature. tnt .thort iermauent citizens, but tho whole comprtllon fithtbo multitude of low SoUlnnly I'oaMb ami MiIh. Any of us may bo ablo to write poetry, no The clothing buiiKxl is nlo richly d.vorated weight a'uni or nliospnato xwl,ri. In STANKOEP, MM'OLX CO., KT. IIotalBakino 1'owdkb Cp, doubt; but will it be publMiedf That Is with many colors. These sacrillces aro uu-all- land ami labor system of tho kingdom en- met. LOUIQVILLB, - - HC Wall Slrrot, New York burned nt night on the seven days of tho courages the omploylug of Chinese. Tho KY th teat. Will it, I ask, or will it not be pub(Ifflw, South Sido Mala HtmI, ortr Drtt Katloit-a- l doril's viit great plantations ore turning out profltablo lished! Iliuk, Tho Chinese havo other serious beliefs about crops, nnd tho exports of the country nro inYol.t," Khlri. Tho Karini, Uctudlsii hhuc of the (lent Hlu.Oriin To write true poetry, tlwrofore, wo must BtotW Karntj in Cunirii irruiiieJy, Town Lnt Wo the spiritual world. They think that as soon creasing, but white the wealth is augmenting m solely to cratify ourselves. not tlo and Knldatirw, Timber ik1 .Mluural Umit fbr as a person dies ho goes at once to the nest thonatUe raoois decaying, white immigraMpu'a l'tirnlliliit d'ouils. thould rwneniber that the publisher, tho ediulo on eetunuisloB. Por further partiettlara end far rrlnlt.1 dHjrlp. tor ami tlie public havo feelings, also. My world. There tho immortals havo laws, poli- tion docs not makeup for tlie dejxirturvs, tics, marriages, etc., as well as mortals do on nnd only the Chlnoso coum in to Imp up the lectlnnaml of prortrtto- - fcr lain. tlonoftbla thory has always been nnd still is that poetry ISS.Jih tbould bo so written that it m ill envoy an this earth When man nnd wife dio they ex- population. They are pushing their way ni .sir h from thnt true contenlment which pect to bo united again hereafter, but when laborers and traders, and, with their increasi.U-utI. ierfect health of boily and mind. idea and still not inflame the publi . Iullcm-mator- y Yju may posse- - It, If jou will purify anil MILLERS B poatry is unworthy nnd transitory ia unmarried persons dio their spirits wairler ing pressure and competition, bid fair eventIn sjontie jotir blood with Axcr-- s Sanm-- I lta results. J do not know that I am making alwut on earth tmtil their parents havo found ually to liocomo matters of the situation. mySylf perfectly clear, but let thoo who read a suitable companion for them in tho upper San Francisco Bulletin. trills. E. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., this Hues attempt to writo lucidly nnd worltk If this is not dono, tho dead person's w rite : " I suffered for oars w Ith Scrof-tilm- u evil spirit enters into tho heart of tho mortal Croat Changes In Jourunllsiii. learnodly on a subject of which thoy aro liumurs. After using two bottles of Tbli perular school, after a rear of unpsralled sue E. H. BDnWBIDE, Tho novel of y gives us n truer jilcturo ignorant and thfy will soe at oneo how whom he loves, nnd torments It to death. crasunJcr I Ajcr's Tho spiritual mnrringo mnoug tho Chlnoso U of Ufo as it is than tho daily newsaper. The I am bainpore-usually conducted by women. If a boy is former may inane, frivolous, but it is not C. I! at to continue tho thought. I say that Thio Old and Weil - Known AXtl poetry should, in my judgement, nwaken a dead, his mother looks around to find n girl mororothan the average society; tlw latter Still Maintains would mako us believe that tho rnco is comthrob in overy heart. Is it not n pleasingscn-xatio- n of about the same ago who can bo his spiritMIIS. S. C. TRUEHJ3ART, Roputution, for the truo poot to know that ho holds ual mate. Only the fortuno teller lias tho posed of criminals and olitfciam, nnd tliat grrat relief. It has entirely restored me to Iunr rai.Hcirit., riht to appoint tho day for tho marriage. A there is no difference between the two. Vet AKO in his luml the consolidated throbbors of AgilnonVri Itirlf lor ptiWie , troaafe. With In- health." James Frem-h- Atcttlton, Kami., priest perforins tho ceremony. Jinny prayen tho uewtqiaper is the mot iuqiortautaiid intirrrMxi uclilllrs, an t nbrce.1 limltr atM an ti- people, exclusive of Indians, not taxed that aro repeated from morning until night, until mate element In our daily lives, except eatwrites: "To all persons tuffcrlng from tatcd rouricornudr, It allurJi iiuuhiiI opfoitu- - U?. lvroP.ri.ctSr lt nnd therefore esomptf t no Oonntrv tV-?- ) P1 nillta fyr the etluMlion of your daughter. the hour lias come. Then tho priest calls tho ing, and eleeping, nnd brethtn(j. It is into I.iu-- r Complaint, I would strongly recomI bolleve to. nd tar Catilojua to KBV. C. Hotel in the Stato is h Pare, couple, JttllmlHjri. Ky. It is therefore n t boon to mo to realixc names who are represented on paper, by tin this element, so cruel and dangerous in evil, mend Ajcr's Sarsjparllkt. I w.11 aftllcted Appointment i, or Atten. which they were known by befon so powerful in its possibilities for good, that with n dieao of the liver for nearly two on this pleasant morning that n mighty multion to Comfort of d&th, soys many pleasant words, and pro art is coming to soften, to illumim1, and wo titude weep together with mo over the followears, when a friend adrbed 1110 to take their Gnetts. nouncos them man nnd wife. 1'itUburf hopo ennoble. ing poom, which is founded on fact There Commercial-Gazctto- . this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and What other great cliAiigos may take plaea ! are tears in it I know. I would spnro the be '- - ''OCT th- - i in Journalism in the near future can only bo has cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, il reader tueee tears if I could, but I cannot I t''0T Retrial arc....dii: ,,, D wlj-St., I)o4oii, Macs., wrilef : " For Thomas IT. ltcntnn's I..nt I)n). predicted f rom tltoao we see o,currlg now. o tottacrtUI rratrlnra. The have ran the poem through tho wringer three Bar fl. Tea j fiultiloc u. AlMara acyrlled fUfc titr rttoleaa several jears I hue uivd AVer's Sarta-parlll- a nnd Having completed Ids "Thirty Yearn in the The tclegnqih is killing corresKiHlettc or four time, but it U still damp. braederLI-rtaad Cicara. in my family. I never fel safe, Will the reader forgivo me and loan mo his Senate," the ln&t chapters of whlrli wore discouraging line descriptive writing. People written w hen ho was physically very weak, in nro too much in n hurry; tit will no longer oren liu 'iryinnl glands for a few moments TL, jtii itelf is based upon tho sudden bod, and suffering acuta inin, CoL Benton sent take time to re.d it; all tly want U the We will HtJ th , hko tlie great tlrownin,; ." i married man, who had been for for several old friends to lrid them farewell "fact" Tho great pajn-mJTO churches, represent wealth and its lutareste, u ith the eel businew. Byhfa Among them wnj tho president, to whom the Semi-Week- ly jearsconne.: Interior Journal pcrs niascsent their advw-tlsor- s. death his widowed wife was left with no hus- dying man said, taking his hands: "Uuchanan and the small Mere ivewi is becoming of secondary without It. At a liver medicine nml band. Tlie poom seeks to disclose her woo wis are friends. 1 supjmrted you in prefeixnee Aid Ik lit York A'orlJ ea par and a "2iliie.Urai.M itomo." Imjiortnnoe, for iiews Uj. ioliUcal nevf, general purifier of tlw blood, it lias no nnd still reveal to tho thinking mind liow sho to Fremont, because he headed a sectional iijual.M Mrs. A. II. Allen, Wlnterpock, muzaled her great grief and battlod on through party, whoso success would liavo been tlw lliioncial news, sporting news ami tho Ilk, all Shertwt and Qntckt Roota from Oe 0? TEE UNI.ED STATES, signal for disunion. I havo known you long, that men are supposed to core for, are dislife. Vs., writes: "My jounfett child, two tral KentueKy to oil PoinU North, tributed all day and in the evening by mesIn tlie third and fourth stanzas I aim to do and I knew you would honestly endeavor to Kxp(M Mil bxiud In trw) efclt, BllU years of age, was taken with Bowel Comand Soathwoet. at, senger lys in office, evtry broker's Bf.iAi .Dd cwitloln Ji flui tomo fln wonl aliiting, nnd present to the do right I liavo that faith in you now, but nrTlRi. It plaint, which we couM not cure. We tried Lifw llxwxej in Had litlmi.l ooaipraliriMira wofl. y(eiillnarf careful student n delicate little picture of tho you must look to a higlicr power to support great Uisineas, house and every barroom in tit li.atorr icttte: LKXBXQTOX afc and guide you. We w ill soon meet in another tlie great citti-s- and is all known bfor the many remedies, but he ootitluurd to grow humid ami yet hungry, moaning son. . I, eronutiMl Ca.NCI.V. AT .r.-- , and flimlly bicauie so reduced iu It Outwit tti nimtfarr flU far 199 tbli offkr t Later on I may w rite some more sad poems, world; I am goi.jg now; you will soon fo low. monung pair Is printed. Jennie June. blri illu BchcJuIt Is USett JJar lM. ue1i tlist we could only move him upon tritbeet ootlca, 10 rtwit at eer. nnd Anally print them in n small, dark bluo ily iwaeo with Uod is made, my earthly afV V. WALTON, 9'iehNd, Ky. The CUiler I'miill). a t llkiw. It ws Miggestcd by one of the fairs arranged; but I (wild not go without volumo that will bo within tho reach of all. The Cildor family is rrmarlutUe in more Writing poetry with mo is not irksome. It seeing you and thanking you for your interto. i, d dors thnt Scrofula might la" the csuse o.lf MOOTii-a;est in my chil.L" 31r. Uu?!ianan was deeply than its Mplcring oolouel. It enmc originally is not hard wtork. It does not strain my mind. of the trouble. We procured a bttk- - of hi. Hue. Rz. Hun from ItordentoM 11, X. J ami has ivacheil In fact I can writ jwetry readily whllo using nuectou ana wept as he said "Farewell." Ltc. LerioUB S 10 a M t A week lcfore Col. Benton's death lie ad- metropolitan fame lu Xoirark. Htchard my mind for other purposes. It is not acltt.ro iogr.11, U put quired In my case. It is a gift Ever since I dressed a letter to his old Tanneswo friends, Watsou Uilder, the eldest son, legan literary " fr;ku:-,5iS:s,fn- j; a 4 Up got jerkwl around in a cyclone two years ago Senator Homton cud Rojtfesenativo Jones, re work as n rejiorter iu Newark, aiul afterward m m 1 d v " K' nnd sUpjied on n jwnl of thunder nnd broke questing timt congress would not notice his de- fouwlel mid failel to maintain The Nowark ..ii ie t.u. 11 17 M 10 P fc. p Louisville & Nashville R. R. Ln. Pti parture. -- There is," ho eaid,"no rulo of cither ItegKter. He come to New York nikl hns my kg and coneuked my brain, I could writo II am 10 4t m n (in Arr. WloehttU'r . house thatwill au'horizotho announcement of rich and tlw editor of The Century ootry 111m this: -- THB II It K AT- ,, wi. " tlebitwn.1 .... my death, and i f there wore such a rulo I should Magazine. Juannctte, his sUter, a stalwart A BRAVE HCART. " ItOKllt ... , s C7 ia ....... .. 7 u J, slid vomiuencrd giving it to h'lit. It ur !y " istAOterJ 6 WjimI......... ox tiie death or x lunntcs iiaji not w Uh It to lie applied in my case, as being girl, as strong in mind ns she is in body, used etjso trans TUItOUG II TRUNK LIN1 worked wonder, for, in .v hrt tin.-- . In contrary to my feelings and convictions long to bo a proof reader, and was as opu!ar by a rnujuvr srrraacii. l.Ta UIiiuouJ,... J 00 p uj ....... wus tsimiilelvly curesl." entertained." Both houses adjourned, how- among the journnlists In Newark ns though 10 THE- 1. iir, IVrra ' JTlaiton... a I0Plll......M ever, to attend Mr. Benton's funeral, at which sho had 1kh a man. She alw canvj to Now Pold bv all rntggits- ii Out where the bine wares come and go, was a largo attendance, including tho York, nnd for a long time did newspnpor Out where tlie zephyrs kiss the straw!, there Aoani-ltoDHI'rico t; SK bottles, $0. Down where tho damp tides cub and Hour, president, heads of departments, foreign min- writing. Sheworo an ulster and a derby, NO. 3 No. II Ho 1 Down here the ocean monkeys u ith tho sand, Prepuml by Dr. J. C. Aj c r .'-- C o., Low ell, rode on tho front platforms of the street isters, members of congress, and other distinWIIHam. the liuugrr, rustlns for his meal. ITITII guished irsons. Only two of his daughters, Mas,., l S. A. there was no room anywhere elso, Lra. Mrlni-to- n S W am' -- . Slim William, the eelUt, gathers tho ). " ltira "I Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Jacob, with their hus. ni'. and was a hnle fellow, as she had boon in 10 f.rr. KlcbieooJ Newark. She nnd her brother Josoph now bands, were present; tho other two, Mrs. Fren. Pullman Palace Sleepers, Lra. Tujwln.mi II Da ml. t'p where the Johnny Jump Urn smile, mont was at thattimo on her way to Cali- run The Critic, n literary ieriodical Another " Ltieaittr .. . 7 JO w j MtM. ...... , Up where the green hllb meet tho sky, fornia, and Mrs. Boileau was lit Calcutta. Tho brother, Frank, was devoted to music and I.otili-vlli- o Arr. lUchraonJ.. III 00 am Where, out from her window for many a mile, remains of one of his grandchildren, who had got up a lwy choir. The Argonaut. (o .NtiMhvillc, I.o. itueuooa .... 1 lepa C 01 She wnteh3 tlie blue nnd dlmpllug lie, died n short timo before, wero to be taken to Tbe wife of tho eellst, with Isago grim, IClliplllM, Arr, wlnclinler... 2 10 pra 7 0 aw... a ... Ut. Louis with his, nnd nt tho funeral they Arr "'rl... Wooded Stock In Kentucky. 3 70 p m Fit in tho gloaming and watches for him. to a m .. .. Atlanta. sido by side, friendly hands linving I.ro. taxlrigloa . "President Scott, of tho Cincinnati Southern 5 p oil 7 a tu 1 4' put MoiifKomcrj', T l'rli strewn their common bier with flowers, somo road, was a very cluver Englishman, nnd lit fhould be your crowning glory. Ajer' S SO p iu 8 JO a bi 8 40 pin " Crnthlana. JMtlie Itock Down in the motet and moaning sea. in mature bloom, others just buddimr into much wittier than Englishmen usually ore," 4 Hair Vigor will restore tho "llallty and " llraouta ... 3Mpm asaam fi 17 put Down wltere the day can never come, H i 111,10 Ola ta 18 ptit Iteauty. Ben: Perley Poore in Boston Budget said a Kentiickiaii the other day "When be Aloliltuniul Sew UrlcaiiH. Arr. CoTlnton . color of youth to hair that has becomo B 00 p With starinc eyes tliat can never see in II Mam C 45jui first took hold of the Cincinnati Southern he thin and faded ; and, whero tho glands nro And Hi that will over continue dumb, Joo Howard In a Illot. was greatly annoyed by the claim for horses With it'ls In ills breast, in a largo wet ware, Onlyoof rhNBje to paluti In not decayed or absorbed, will cause n new 3AYVII.Mi IlttANCII. We have had ono great riot in our tima. and cattle killed by trains of the road on thtir WtlNam Is liUiaga naltrj grove. growth on bald heads. spare us nnothorl The riotof lM way through Kentucky. It seemed ns tliough Heaven x Si, No IV. the jouthful color and vteor was born of an Idea that tho government was it were not jwisible fur a train to run north Uallr iimjr Up where the eatnln k breathing hanl. Kx. Hua.'iCx, Hat, of the hair bo preserved to old making unfair discriminations between tho or south through Kentucky without killing Up wtiwe the tatuy U llecku.1 with Utw, Lt Curleoan. Read the following, from Mrs. G. rich and the poor; botuoen thow who lu 1 10 cither a bono or a cow. And every animal 'i 00 p r Whet Ike reaper soft a the oohm iieela 7 28 a tu I go to the front as food for jiowder and thot killed, however scrawny, scrubby or miser'vTtcn, Somen Ule, Maw. : " I have umh! HwilBR lioui.it 011 ln lli.uol tr.lt roaj lll ttrfhr " UalMjUHi WkMM Ok eobotw t! w twfflglit throoah, i ji ia " S 20 p LI w lw could afford to purchase able it may liave lioeu before tlw nccfokiit, The wrUl ratr wUmv stUI rttoliee tim shore wlutlruUi. Aver's Hair Vigor forihe ArrMtltwiUtia ... 30 jears; 8 Id a ni 41 p IE Do jou remember it I And aifa there aod vwUo, m I said Uefow. ffIM inn C'oiupinj li.r 11 1, rout' always figured in the claim subsequently .. tit a Ml B r.nd, although I am upwards of CO, my Af, or KtlUtn " JofcHHn..M.., do. I 48 a m' 8 5 6 ji in present! us of the lwt blood in Kentucky. C P. ilMtil.l y Imlr Is as abundant and glossy ''.AT A , ns .. Wj'TlIf'.., I luul my hat iualitd over my eyiw, my 'Well,' said Scott, Anally, one day, when the . I"L??JL,," " pr kTt.tKr 1 w hen I was 25." y some and tell Iter the pitiful tale. hair pulled out, my watoh nnd moncj 'tolcn, 090th claim luul jiwt been presented, 'I ilon't TfW Dal With tmuUUw voine and eyo, eOUTN-Hl- .l assured, Miat n trial of Ayor's Hair N. my imperial self knoeked down, dragged out, know anything that improves stock iu IMIjr They watch her clwek trrow slightly ir I, l'.x. Hin rx. Sun Vigor will convinco jou of lis pulled liere, kicked there and left in the midlike crowing it with n locomotive.' Vet wonder at tb calm reply: THE SEMt.WEEKLY ' All our powers. Mrs. M. E. Goff, Leadv Hie, Col., dle of the street for dead. Lt ijrTiltfc. . Philadelphia Rwcord. taara am but Idle, gentlemen, J Ha W)1U'dh ' JeLriMfi ( briaj- - in the eeli ami set him aaaln." Funny, wasn't it? Perhr it t.os, but I writes: "Two years ago, my hair Lav Ing J 37a ta IWpL " Carllalf 7 U 3 M 2 J8 p tu 1101 Nye in Boston Olobo. never sot. a crowd of lmm miming to a Are 01 almost entirely fallen out, I commenced " MllleriUtrr Tho Tirst Dully l'apri. 7 41a i; JMptu a row that my Mood doesn't ump from my Arr I'ttU ....... Th first dully paper appeaiwl iu London y the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. ion m a ,8 pto my " I.aloj:t... Ik art to my hood, plmig to my toes and bauk 9 Ma m r, iup,a in I7ui. The cuatom of anoiiyinuHK mid scurHttrilum if the ICgyiitlnn 1'ollnlieeii. hair is 20 Inches long, fine, strong, nnd " P.lnton . my ptricarJluni inn tumultof reminiiwoiico rilous ""la in t4i p m pamphlctj wax drlron out, nid, ns (Ms- The wMker ices ni jiMtillul in rctUting io healthy." tlint umkeM me stagger like a man in tho Bibk) cutsioji wbj .Ni.TK. .... i'raliua an.l i.ir. .iii"i... jounwlisin gradually nt- - i ti'the dentil the interference of Kurojieaiis. to ami fro like n tU'iinkpn man. sm-fivitftractcd theobkst writers, mid iu tower bei'vertinco England uuil J'ninca obtained n rnSoenrof don't gan to crystilliro into a reality. foothold in that unhappy country, swarms of In IXew want any more of it Joe Howard h Vwak'." Ayer's Hair Vigor, tho lmlr regains Its York World. nM!!,r"r:lSt Wlitcliwtw-rli-hi,.., Tho penny paper of tixuiy, which enjoy hungry ofllciol. who havo no interest in tho Bttrlln A. 11 until youthful color and vitality. Ilov. H. P. onormous circulation iu country except to make nil they can out of it, cities, are not Icn. "Volapnk" ItiTcIx.Ml with Favor. Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklen-bu:- g innovations bjt simply repetition of The IuveWndwipoilliig tho Egyptians. ThoEgyp-liaTho plan for a "uidversal commeriisl lanAthenian Guzetto, which 1)0,11 March 17, Co., N. C, writes: "I have used fellaheen aru very wor, and aro heavily guage," originated about live years ago by 1C00. BUcussions of variou topics formed " '" burdened, but tlieyhuvoto provide 82,000,000 i Ayer's Hair Vigor for the last ten years. fa WIllChwtCF and Vahlnxlnr1 ".'"V."""-- ! 1), c. Ilerr Siileyer, of Swltaerland, seems to be tho matter thrown to the public In those year to Eurojwan officials, salJlirouBli trkD and It is nn excellent preservative." rlivckt.l to IQJ meeting w ith greater favor than lias len ac- times, nnd such miostions as, "Where was the aries are altogether out of proportion to tho ilMtlnailonrracliMl hT r.lltoij. tiPKNVOllD, KY. tho use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo. . . ..... soul of Lazurus lor the four days lie lay in work width they friunii inruiirara, call o any aKent cl tho At the present corded other projectfl of thokkid. It 3 ww.j. A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., hail that Volapuk is already epoken with his gruvoi" "Wliat became of the waters !.. , w motwtit theiware tuwity-oigh-t Eurojeans who groat H.1'. U. M)lt:l. 1). A.l'KKI.Ky his hair restored to Us original healthy facility thousands of Europeans; after tho flood" "Where does extinguished ieh draw over $0,500 annually, nnd of thes knowledge of it byboing dtexHiiInatcd Cui.l'aM. Akmii. irar. Tar. Agent. WALTON. Is by ilfty lire gof nnd "Whether 'tis lawful for n man condition. He was nearly bald, and very no tew than twenty-twnro absent on leave. , 'fi, H. K. nWsWlTK, ,,.,...l-'Kt0Dthreo Eocietits scattered over Englpnd, Ger- to beat his wifef were taken up nnd treated The lattw Include tho entire court of appeals, gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of Orncral uuia-a- Co?int;!un, ,Kr. many, Austria, Sweden, Holland, Asia Minor with ridiculous scrlo.unw. Cor. Chicago four ntembeia of C.iisse, tho chief of four de'ho Vigor were required to restore my ie puhllilifJ trcty TuwJay ml Prlilajr at tlia Ioht priCKOf partments, two secretaries of state and two and other countries; Volapuk grammars for Current hair to its j outhful color mid quantity." tho uso of Hottentots nnd Chinese, besides nil controllers. Who would now deny that Arabi is TWO DOJ.I.AKS IU!5 13,116. Ocoriro I'raucls Train. TTQTTvTf' Aycr's Hair Vigor cures was light tv hen ho determined to make a the other Eurojeans nations, v wither iu tho utn Mai cases of tho scalp. F. II. Ill Madison square, a favoiito place of refctiml against this swarm of locusts and raised market or in oourso of preparation; and two " Tostcr, Pilncclon, Ind., writo: "I had tho cry "Egypt for Egyptians." Urooklyn reviews, ouo entirely in Volapuk and tho sort for children, Cleorgo Trancis 'f ruin virin Illu, other with a translation on the Hlternato pages, tually occupies ono particular boneh during been troubled for years with a dienio of Eagle. nro regularly published. Tho jpeeial advan1 1.1k " tlie greater part of overy day. He Is old, I ,..?J?l!lW2:, .? ' "Cal.l ' the scalp; my head was cov t red w Ith dantage of tho now language is tho case with bent and very gray, but of late very comfort-ubl- o druff, and the -- 01' r turn A YlomiiiiM Viuw of Cora IVarl. A.. CLAMKI- HPME PAP-- ! hair dry nnd harsh. Ayer's - '.iml.il imiO.. In , which it can bo learned, eteht lessons havintr in appearance Sittiiu; with both iwj)cr Ill my IkN do Doulogno and opera houso I'l.l.uJu., l'a, Hair Vigor gave me immedl.ito relief, enabled a Parisian class to correspond readily mul iienell in hand, with a large umlrelln Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. ' MliUJi,. xtrt t.iutllw'' I'lMi.jruiul I'lll. t.k.h,i Ktudiw of Cam, I was Rtrticlc with tho charcleansed tho Fcalp, and rendered tho hair w Ith students in foreign countries. over his head, ho never Arkansas to any soft ..r ... 0y ut, w L, HOURNK. Manfonl acter if Iier rUitn. It xa not light, or bright, and pliable." but children. Of them ho is very fond, nud Traveler. or Joyous, and I can only givo an idea of It by always hai n number about him. Ono day a crmipciiroj It to tlie boibteruuer.oss of an wrdlllj.f,Cotimn.i The Cnue Tor Literary Distinction. iauy, Known 111 literary circles, whom Mr. Engliali crowd on n bonk holiday, or, perhaps, A Now York man who offered a priro'of $75 Train had often met in ilays gone by, ? Mill more, on tho toad from Epsom after r rui;i'Aiti;L uv liquor has replaced tho exhilaration of on out- fc hI tho liost short story sent to him by a sped-f- l stojijied nnd asked how ho was. Ho abl(,tnlltirvf.,r c i her through u conversation with a date received over llvo thousand manuTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mow., U. S. ing. Tho face hail none of that illumination "KtnitutJif.ctlcn. L scripts. Tho man was thunderstruck. Ills little girl at his nido, telling her ho rememhpfl Tdcolbytlt whiehwnnnth of heart and imagination cive. experience Alt.tt ,t Li,-.- , For salo by all Druggist. And tlie only showed, howover, tho extent bered her, but novor talked any moro to any SrmCinslMlCa. 1 1 was diurnal oven w hen sho won roaring w ith of tho existing literary craze. lludi;n. N. V, Nearly every butllttlo children, lccauso they wore innlaughter nnd cracking her strong jokes in man, w Courier-Journ- al ocentNew York Cor. Chicago Joamal. onian and child U writing for tho press, Sold by Druniitv, low English or ridlculou French. ParU tho magazines or tho wasto basket. Tho liternic 1.00. Cor. London Troth. Ono year for only 8a two pr.en for lit tin ary market U glutted glutted a long eight At tho time of the coming royal jublko in wore titan tbe price of one. worso than tho blackberry market Tho England the royal portrait on tho coinago ii BTaNKOHI). ky. A Statistical Authority. retail price of a story is now very near to ths Ui bo brought down to date. ... n na.ln. ... 91 ... irtll Pi.Ala In. nt Out of 100 heroines of elopements, esca- original cost Atlanta Constitution. w P. WALTON, l, I the HTJ 1K3T30W - -- w.. w.w, ' jour noma paper with the I pades and more 6urious offonsos, a statistical rcpreaentatlTaneriaperof ho South, democrat- .. . STANFORD, KV. In ami turn 1 I.a.I ravanllfl nnl. an.l authority says tli.it 71) nro described os young h' n il m Izooffitifta, SfstO, KlKhlPompleieaeUof Hts. I'tlghteit tflrllf ... (amlly wrokfy In !!. UnluJ iihii'i h ire We nted the money due ut for luttcrlptlon and and tbo and beautiful, 18 ns beautiful, nn 1 3 as occu- would be obliged to til In arreiri to remit t tils; In ir , lnk i)i .iu.(Aiil ol jour rry. Kitln capucliy looiiMing gallery. Mj fitatea. Thoo aUlrtt to examine a aainple wb 0,1,,C pying high social stations. .l..ifi tion n''s 1'fn.r tiibia mte to toc.l aiiiaciinnt. t copy or tho wheu once. doaoat thlt utlire. qciVlV"0' ior -D-to-daSfewi-SSteHBlnler- loano. DEVILS OF CHINESE MYTHOLOGY. REMONSTRANCE. Jill gast V IK TUB' Xjo ww D IIP W!"'1V,rt?.Vi, Iatt,K irTO MACKINACSummer Tours. ar. ft.- - -- OW! r,l Vr W rny-heJ- Absolutely Pui'c Miller &J3arpoiitor. REAL 2STATE AGENTS y appsness '.tin!o -- una 1TEKS HOTEL, aotol it Female College! ly to-da- STANFORD. RY Propr 1 Found REV. POPE, President, Hih ic ht il Big Olfea? 'a -- V4.8 1 At Home y. -- mm ftl ery r'l wt ji-ri- l, Sarsapar AYEE'S L.&N. -- lllr 11 K 111 11 1 11 ..;. SOUTH & WEST ii,. can-whe- n r Your Hair I . . I ' MAY r.-- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 4g-nt- ol UOkTH-HoOX- I e pt CVjM-4...- .., llliu 11 to-ds- - Ken-tuck- y BE 1 To-da- i, 11 RENEWED ? 1 lai-g- e n iy Interior Journal W. P. SSKawafflaBa . -- BY o Pro'r. aroDS A "WOR.K. nionttilLH'S.v, ",,,,": onii . ... '0 np J Ayer's Hair Vigor, rnnal Coiuhinaitioii Weekly OPXSR& HOUSE Coiirlfr-Jottrna- tjJP,t r't' ' (i 1 I 1 de-I- re Courlai-Jnurnalr- t "" "n'wl ta -- 2