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XIV. uniform, that, whatever the other benefits, this water will beget such a capacity for pitching into fried chicken, el of, that dell-oistomachs don't know themselves In a 1'nbltnhctl Titcat(iun ami I'rlilav week. -- AT Half way up the hill, al the hue of A.N1VUM, S3 Xt3U which the whole establishment lies, the uodersUod If wecrodlt that 11.50 will be ex- "Governor's Lodge" is erected. It is a very neat, threo roomed structure, also pected dJ demanded. tastefully, because harmoniously, colored, with drawing-rooin the centro and twg m' W. P. WALTON. at the aides. Here the InHlpfr were housed, most luxuriously. Of the meeting, I have only this to say: DRIPPING SPPINGS It was blepcd from first to las', though the Re v. Georce 0 Barnes rrites in Ills Usual rainy weather sadly interfered with the Charming ifanntrof It and te Il 1itiefiof lanfit STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1886. the New Rtrenuo Law. Under the new revenue law, which vrent iuto effect yesterday, the law in regard to license has been somewhat changed. to sell spirituous, malt or vinous liquors by retail is grnnted by tbe county court. No license to sell shall be granted until a notice has been posted for ten dayB at the Court Huo, tind four public places in tho neighborhood where tho liquor U to be sold; and if n majority of tho legal vc-tprotest against grauting the application it shall be refused; the county court lodetermlnj what constitutes the neighborhood. The tsx on a license is as follow, v'z: Oo n license to kep a tavntn, ion dollar ; if with the privilege to retail vinous nnd malt liquor, one hundred and fifty dollars; on a lioeue to any perron to retail spirituous or vinous li quors, or uotn, one nunureu dollar; on a license to retail malt liquors, fifty dollar; and a lioenie to ictail spirituou?, viocus and malt liquors, one hundred and fifty dollan; on n license to toll pistols or bowie knives, fifty dollars. All persons selling liquor in packages of Irs thin five gallons are considered retail dealers. The tax on a nine or ten pin alley or bowling saloon, is bised upon the population of the county. If the population, in tho county, including tho cities and towns, exceeds ten thousand souls, forty dollar; tinder thai number, twenty dollan. to a pawnbroker Is three hundred dol lars. Circuses are required to pay a license of one dolhr for etch one hundred voters in the county in which tbe exhibition Is given, for each separate exhibition to which an admission feo is chirged, pro vided the tax shall not exceed fifty dollars for each exhibition. L'cenio to stand a stud, jick or bull, an amount equal to tbe greatest sum charged for the services of the same, whether the sum be for the season or Insurance, which shall expire on the 31st of Dicember after its gfnt. L'ccnses are valid for one year only, are not nsignable, and the clerk Is prohibited from giving copies or duplicates thereof. The Hemic upon a lottery frsnchiio, which has bee.n declared by a judgment of the Court of A ppeals to be a lawful and existing one, $2, 000, the liconie to be conclutivo cvidcicj in all courts of this Commonwealth of the right of tho licenro to operato a lottery. Fraukfort Argus. so ers tfp'ir-Itunu- s, L'-cen- ee wl!? NO. 162. MARRIAGES. Hoy 0 White and Miss Carrie Maran A good tenant wanta to rent, for a term of yean, NEWCOMB HOTJEIi MT. VEHNOXT, KY. woll-kno- OAH. bed-roo- Otter V Si rr. 20, 1SS0 Dear Imnion aro btjond a dally paper and the omnivor ous tefiorlrr, for it (hull I y, "liosvcn be praised? ') mid I will therefore riport projr,' Matters Yes'crday wis file and the great throng that gathered from every q'Wler gaye cer tain asmrance of what the attendance would have been had the heavy rains not We held services etch day and Interfered yesterday three - the la.t being for the es pecial benefit of the employes of the estab lUhment, whose duties prevented tbcm from attendance on otho: oroieions. I am happy to say tint a goodly number confeaetd the dear Savior at the closing meeting in the afternocn. Praise the dear LOKD The landscape from "Governor's Lodge" is one of rare betuty. An ampithtatre ol liw hills, of exqaltito outline, clad in for-e- U ireen, of which the one absvo tho Dripping Spring Is the stateliest; a circular stretch of clover tneidw and waving corn fields, with Fall Lick winding througu, in graceful sweers, while far beyond, through the rent, by which the rippling stream makes its exit, can be feen the higher range of blue hilli, with "Hall's Clap" in full view. I have seen many mountain prospects of grander proportions, but this miniature Undscipc holds iis own for sweet, restful, picturerque beauty, with them all. I cm not forget il, nor the courteous bos pitiiily of our friends, Mr. and Mrs. S'augbter, whose unvarying kiadnei doubled the joy of looking at it, for tho eihl days ol our ever memorable stay at "Drip in Jesus, pirg Springs " ThliolJ and Motet la atlll maintaining lti lino reputation. Charca reasonable. lAcatod on or near pike In tlioTlclntty'oi DamlUe Special attention to tbe traveling public. yesterday. or Stanford, or in the Camp Dick I'.obtnion neighJP. HBtVCOJltl, Pro'r, Hibert L Grubbs and MIfs Rettie borhood, tn O arrant county. Land mint bo food, 8 Win Mt. Vernon, Ky. Oarr, of 8helby City, eloped to Jefierson-vlll- e with comfartablo bouae, good atablca, ftncea, Ac. Addreei '. O. JIOX ti'!, Danville, Ky. nnd were nnrried Mondav, ! An innocent-lonkin- g country swain csme to town the other da7 and ssked I will jell prlrately my farm of 82 acros, situated Lancaster pike, 1J Cjun'y Clerk Thonipie Cjoper If he oouM I will dellrer Ice to rc;uhr cmtonon In Stanford ford,on therood neigh oorflood. miles from Stanla a It has upon It a and Tlclnlty every morning at Ono dwelling house containing 8 rooms; good sell liim a "pair of marriago license e," atthoiloor; good barn and nllEocossarr outMr. W. D. Goncb, who ia three score-anOne buildings; four nercr falling tprlnga ou the plMe affording an abundtnee of Accountaduont tho closoof each month, or all In good repair. M acres aloclc water. Fencing on.", and has led threo women to the well set la grass: balance In cultivation. Terms eaij-marriage aliarin his tima, and Mrs. Matil whf n ruatomirqulta. IVasessIon 122-given September 20, IffiG. will also sell the stock da Norris, five years his junior, and who and crop now n the larm. Apply to MAHTEKSOX 1'EVTOX. has been led to a liko a'tar by four men, MACK BKUCE'3 'Wir (Stanford, Ky. were married by Judge Virnoa iu the were married in Mndion yesterday. Magoffin Hardin and Mis My bone, both of Harrodsburg, were married Ptti An A 1 Farm of 200 to 300 Acres, J. ICE! ICE! ICE! Cent Per Pound. tf Farm ITor Sale els-te- rn d . rets tnjfolf. We have rapher, In Unt, under where I write; but he i kind not one of thoeo a tncriext photogthe brow of the bill one of the runnier dreadful creaturee who whtek a ortable apparatus out of a little box, pretend to take you and then having conspired with a faoetloua encrarer on wood, present tou In the tnorntnj; or evening, aa the cue mar be, in euch hid eons cariciture that oneV own mother like would not reaoen'zs the nee. I ihatl never forget the artist (7) eardouic prin of the Lotilaville lima-- M he folded hit camera "tool ami "rilently Btole nwaj" from 108 Jaojb atrcet, with the remark, "We will do the bet we ran for you, Mr. Uirntv," nor the picture ol the Gret-clsaaaawln that glared from ihooext t issue of that veracious sheet, aa the fu of that promise Hut let tin eel away from tlm subject and In thif unlet retreat forget wood cuts and Falcon" beaks, aad all the reel of Ihem. After all, thfi'C tbintf roll oil us like ler tfl a duck'a li ck," though I refer to them plciWntlr. The wealber ha be.n (.rfevouslT bf;in8l our meeting, hut w have had a tnoet en-- j ) j able and pr fl;alle vinlt to this delight fjl retreat I until aUaj feel glad that cu'-lbro- at Court Hou'o tb's week. They are both Buggy & Implement House. from tho Wayneslmg neighborhood. College, I bare now Upon coneultntlcn with tin Auditor it STANrORU, KY. is learned that he hai advisorily instructed A Pull Lino of Whoat Drill3 and clerks that in bis opinion the fee for mar-ris- ge The Next Session Opens Septomber 1. other Agricultural Implomonta, license has been increased to $2, and -- Besides a Noted for Health, Oomforf, Home Oare, and that the feo of GO;, which ii turned in Good Discipline, well Qualified tho State revenue, does not havo anything Full line ol Buggies and Wagons and to do with the fee of $1 HO, which goes to Always on Efficient Teachers, Thorough Trainiog hard. In connection with my Implement business, I will nlso carry a the c'terk of the county court as heretofore. and wide scope of Instruction. Frankfort Capital. Complcto Stock of Lumber, Stanford Female - "a When the war of the rebellion began, Asa Martin, of Martin county, Ind., left hie wife and little children and enlisted. He was capttirtd and imprisoned at Belle Isle, and then all trace of him was lost. After waiting several years Mrs. Martin, eure that she was a widow, married Widower lVak, who had several children. Her offspring and her predeceor's together with eevrrai moro that bleased tho Martin-Pea- k marrisEP, now form a family cf real ly remarkable proportions, Now conies a wiu irom mo imiiia aerriiory wno says that Martin eacsped from the rebel prison and went West. Htf wrote to his wife nnd not netting an answer, thought she was dead. He has not married again bat has made n fortune, nnd his herds are large nnd many. Mrs. Martin-Pea- k is anxiously wailing to see what Asa will do about it. ar Graduates In tbreo different courses, arrangod Frlcca on everything aa to suit the mental tastes nnd capacities of pupils. For Catalogue applj to Low :is I,iK!M E.Y. S. XTOX, President. Iaollcltaaharaor your patronage, Respectfully, Both rough and dressed. any one. l'.l JtMrr J. Ji. nilVCE. C&8 XSLIAS WHOLESALE BRO. LUMBER, IV. TIMBER 22 VROM &, West Ssran Street, WHESCK No Traveler Kclurns Sick! BUFFALO, Y. Ur we came. until an overthrow threatens and then wooden houses, built in three blocks and daintily thrusts the mint sprare through taitefully colored, with diflerent washer the urtfrice And the old man rousing surround-laquite in harmony with the rursl Irom tils dreams bleseoa tbe vision which A two storied building to the right to rite up from the buried days of and stor; seems .contains a spacious dining-roohis youth, and with his gay nose nestling used and a long, low structure on the left is peacefully in the ncsegay at the summit alley In the with for a of his midday refresher, quafh tbe icy rear. These IWnk tbe main lodging houses drink and with a long drawn sigh of re meadow, very neatly. A beautiful clover sinks bick to dream again until tbe Ilea to lief ball-roo- On Monday evening Mips Ueargle Malts proprietor of the iKTCiiioitaecoinpanird its. invited some friends to a Speculation party Ha did a w.termebn, of u'itfanltc propor Inhrnorof her guest, Miss Merrill, of lions aod most delicious llivor, that our Mr. Arthur, Chief of the Locomolivo EnKatcbtz, Mirs. This occasion was one of friend and entertainers at Stanford were the most delightful of the seasor. The gineers' Brotherhood, iu a recent speech at determined we should enjoy, as we hsd not guests were seated at a long table running an engineers' picnic at Scranton elated that time to discuM it at the early dinner Sister lengthwito through the parlor; at each the Brotherhood embraces 20,000 members, Welch had prepared. Uood Walton oblig place was a small bisbet filled with can- and in the last 17 years has paid out nearly ingly undertook the precarious charge of dies, which was to be ued for money to $2,000,000 to widows aod orphans and the lurcloui monster and saw it tafelv buy cards from etch other at the table. $500,000 to its needy members. The statemoored under the rockaway, that hue us The cuds consisted of four regular play-l- r ment, in connection with what we already was to Dri pin Springs. Mr. S augbter g decks and were dealt out by Mira know of the character and habits of the orat tbestatior; prompt, watchful, muter ol MJz. The auolijuicr, Mr. II. Ridg-le- ganization, extorts our admiration and res the s'.tuatiorj eqiul to our mountslns of alro had a deck of cards, from which fect. One of its conspicuous principles is higgtge; a model business mm; ready for Lc took a cud and hid it from tbe playerr; fidelity to contracts a regard for the rights any oiuerjenci; and a gentleman withal this card was the prizs card. lie called off of others as well as a resoluto maintenance 83 we found him from first to las'; and il li eUht or ten cards and then he called off of its own nd this is probably tbe explan& great pteasure to pay this pasting tribute the deck, and ech person holding a cor- ation of tbe fact that it hasbeea enabled to of gratitude to him and bis love! srl'rjand responding card, as It was called, throw it accomplish so much for itself and for its to acknowledge tbelr mcit atslduous to the centre of the table as being of no val- indiyidual members without a resort to viattentions to the troupe evangeliqun ue. Mr. Kldgley then declared the mar- olence and in so qaiet and orderly a way. while guesls under their roof God bless ket open. Then the Isdles and gentlemen It is not noisy nnd turbulent; it seeks to them for their hospitality, as I am sure took their baskets and money and com- avoid strikes and is very successful in do We are proud to number them He will menced buying a card or suit that they ing sr; it does not attempt to attract attenamong our steadfast friends. The length thought wculd match the hidden card. tion nor make cacw for the newspapers. Inof the road between Crab Orchard and Tho buying waxei warm, and after a while deed it Is rarely heard of in connection with Drippin? Springs hai been variously estl there wss no money that could buy a card tumult and diaturbance. And yet it is one mated, by parlies who haTe been over it, fur all your money and the bisket thrown of the moit compact and powerful labor from 'il tit 7 mile. O t my first trip I in in. The auctioneer rang the bill and no fraternities In the country, and one ol the clined to the 7 mile theory. The second one was allowed to buy a card after the Louts Republican. inoH useful.-f- St. I f:el time I compromised on five. market was closed. After tho deck is all There remain in round unmbirs pretty sure I shall get down to "bed rock" called oil he turns to the prlzj card, and of the three per cent, bonds to be truth, and call it 3J, which Is as low as I aoy one at tho table having the correspondconnclentiou'ly go. The 2 estimate is ing cud is entitled to a prize. T.iere were called. Tne next series of bonds which can 'measured with a coon skin with the tail niue prizts given, Mlm Msud Woodeon will be subject to call are tho four and n method that does receiving one of them. - Loidiville Com- half percent., which do not mature until thrown it j" an September, 1S91, fivo years bence. There not p,l the mot accurato results. The mercial. are f230.000.000 of theie. Tncn follows a is by the usual up and down drive out Julep. There are gap of sixteen years before any other bonds Tur, Home ok mouDtulnrosd;Try pVurequo Bnd full gardens where are redeemable, with the exception of the Biill several of pleasing variety. Marie and I, who wore bed under the southern wall still Pacific Railroad bonds, which tho compaso reminded of the mint in the front rockaway, were bloonn luxuriantly; where white fiDgers of nies may or may not be mads to provide our beloved mountains at every step that houre-holangels come every day about for. The four per cents., of which tbeio are we turned to children In our enjoyment ol S50, mature in July, 1007. fjrded a s'ream this time of year and pluck a few sprays of $737 It it nil By tho time we.liad the aromatic herb to build a julep for pocr can be seen that until that time the bonde, up and down n hill cr or two, an! bumped old haky grsndpt, who sits in the shsdy two, and rattled over a loose boarded, rustio corner of the veranda with his feet on the unless they are purchased at a high premido um in the market, can not be rtlied on as bridgo or two, we were quite wild with head buy with the olden they have been in the past for the purpoeo sighted Drip rail nnd hit light nnd kept It up till we days. With her sleeves rolled up, (he rcey of absorbing surplus revenue. There must ping Springs granddaughter stirs BUgsr in a couple of be a reduction of taxation or n course of Mr. Slaughter has wrought wondera with ttblespoonfuls of fptrkling water, packs extraordinary expenditure adopted to meet at his indomitable energy, in a brief poriod, es crusl.ed ice to tho top cf the heavy tbe situation, and it is not difficult to deapproach, you this watering p'aco. As you goblet, pourd iu the mellow whisky cide which the people will prefer. array of double etory a semi circular Ktturdaj, the lhh iwit , we lf. Stanford by the noon train. Col. Wlch and the Gm. 0. IUnsEj A Speculation Fart. A.''it!',"!'.!1 ?,,ceIIJ ft T7b!le Ash, Black In these tlgbt times each buyer should consult ;b'. J".rcn' Cherry, Poplar, Butternut his own Interests. Why should you giro one mer- Choitoiit, Oat, Maple, Hickory. Walnut oikand chant 60c for an nitlclo when you can buy tho tcrcd White and something from another tor 40c. To do this Is not A. C. 81XE, J ustlce to yourself or family. ouuinern Agent, 1S3-In the next place, you ahould be eure to get go)d Stanford, Ky. articles. Poor goxU arc dear at any price. Nowhere Is this moro so than In Medicines. You might aa well pay GOc an ounce lor aaw dust aa fo r Inert medicines. lloume has lust received bis Urgo sleek ol of all kinds. Ercrrartlelo fresh from the BY manufacturers. He now has the nicest and cheapest selection of fancy goods, show easo articles, Ac, Mrs George M. I'uliman, ife of the Ac The celebrated Laimre'a Spoctarlea and oye lEouto EaiHt The lust brands palace-ctnilllonMre, usually travels in a glasses a specialty.warranted. Splendid ot mixed palnti eetr can Jewelry, FOB sewing machlno goods, anglers' goxls, artists' train of four private cars one a drawing-rooWashington, Philadelphia and goods, cbromos. frames, lamps, brushes, baoka ol for reception and reading purpoeee, all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for the Now York. aunts and the smartest baThe only line running with cay chairs, lounges, piano, &c ; an- dear grandmas, mallen at by In the buslncsa-- all other a dining-car- , equally elegant; an FULLMAX NEW SLEEL'IM, CAUS Dr. M. L. Bourne's New Drus Store, other a sleeping car, peifect in its appointAMD Stanford, Ky. 11 Med-Itln- os Kciitnckj't m ments, and another for tbe accomodation of six blooded trotteis and carriage A SOLID TRAIN FEOJJ horns. gives you a very poorcertificate again this week," remarked Col. F.:zzletop to his eon. "Ob, pa, if you don't haul him over tbe coala he will keep going from bad to woree. It ia no use for me to talk ta him. It goes in cne "Johnny, your teacher Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Kcver, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Urcak-bono- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and nil diseases arising from Malarial potions. AYER'S Loui3yille, Cincinnati & Lexinarton. Ky. to Washington Oitj, The Direct Itoute to Lynchburg. Norfolk and all Vlralnla and North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, apply to W. Men- roe, General Agent, Leilnjton, Ky. Daa-rllle- , Fast Trains for Now York. Cocnjctlng in tbe same depot with I. ear and out the other," replied Johnny, who is ahead of the times in precocity. A young man with a good deal of spare time on his hands wishe? to learn of eome thing that will keep him occupied. Let him take an ordinary, every -- day little bumble bee and place him in tbe limb of his troweers. This receipo is copyrighted. w. v. wiciiHAM, 2d Vice President, Klchmond. Virginia. n. w. rnuiiB. Gm-- JtWrjJ,. I IK Y.Mail. Bucklen's Arnica Salro. In tbe world lor Cuts. Brulsca Sores, Salt Iihoutu, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, I, is guaranteed to give perfect aatlafactlon, or money refunded. Price 23 cants per box. For tale by Ponny A McAllsler. ThebestSalra "Harpors, S. C, July 0, 1SS4-"Fo- r eighteen months sxif-ere-cl with Chills anil Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. J2DWIN HARPER." I PIAMOS ! Concort Grand, Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, I Upright Grand, Square Grand. We are opening the most carefully aelccted. Dr. J. rKETAllED BY C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. Mass. 25 PIANOS AND ORGANS ier oroujni to this city. ETery instturaent U the pride of an artist and prlcea range from 10 to percent, lower tnan othor dealers aik for the saruo goods. Persons ol musical and art culture are lriTltod to an Inspection of the beautiful, refined tone and aitttt designs o! tbeae celebrated Instruments: cultl-Tatcd, To-da- y $90,-000,0- Interesting Experiences. Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, Ga., telle his experience thus: "For three yeara havo tried every remedy on tho market for Stom ach and Kldnsy Disorders, but got no relief, un til I used Eloctrlc Bitters. Took five bottles and am now cured, and think Ktectrlo Bitters the best BloadPuiIfierln the world." Major A. B. Iteod, of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Blttera for an old standing KUney affection and says; "Noth lug baa ever done me to much, good aa Electric Bitters." Bold at 50 cents a bottle by Penny & old-tim- e i83G THE COURIER.JOURNAL. iss ax oaaas or LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. xx i.vtut or Monopolies, Ollgnrclitsiu, ami t'.io Spirit or Sectional Strife. Th Onrlfr-Jcnrc- Tho "lVorld-rcnownc- Kuabc, tlia Decker & Sou, the l'oyalar tt nnd tho Kcllalilo NowEnglaiia tl Et-cro- Fa-itto- ns rinnos, ' the Newspaper cl tho South, U Democratic lu nnd all th time it tor a ...ltir, und first, reduction ol tho War Taxes m loiil ou tho by the tariff now lu force, Is tho acknuv ltdgo! (llrNET Wattcbson IM. fieprescnta-tlto Tho Celebrated Olough and 7arren and tho John Oburch & Oo. Organs. Please cocimunlcatc nd prices. w lit. Itu us Tor catalogues, term McAllitcr. A Tho Weekly Is tho brut Meekly Courier-Journ- Captain's Fortunate Discovery. cut-gla- Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with a cough ao that he was unable to tlecp, and was Induced to trr Dr. King's New Discovery for It not only gave him lnetant rollef, but allayed the extreme soreness In hla breast. Ills children wjra almllarly atlected and a single dose had tboaanie happy etfeet. Dr. Klng'a New Discovery la now the atandard remedy In tho Coleman household and on board the schooner. Froe Trial Bottloa of thla Standard Remedy at Penny A McAllster'a Drug Store. tho CiiLArr.iT. Its telegraphic news fiiclllttes outrl.iM any other paixr. ant it 1ms the tenters of tho ablt-- t vritcrs mid c. rrrspoiiiU'iits tn tho country. It pnivnts the news ot the week from every of the World. 1 1 clvn to it rrad. r throujli.ut tlio)ir a groatr tiumliT of Serial and ihort Stories by prominent nu.l popular n titers tlinn any of tlio hlgh.prirpd luagiulnes. It is lo ocry lttpuct a Model Political anJ Family Paper. nevrpaper pnbllilied tn tht, l'nlt.d Mates, utiI f r tliu (innniuy and quality tl) it nri'i'.irs In rurh is. no of it, It Is tf nutter Speilal Ag'ts. iilanforJ. Ky. Or KOSD R. RICHAIID, Uefcrcncea: A. II. Penny, Mra. K. II. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro nud Jamea Beaa-leStanford; Mrs. Msgslo Holmes, Crab Orchard; Gen. W. J. Landraui and Miss Lizzie Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. r roat-offlc133-ly- S. :. .O U. J. COOH, y, O. & M. front Positive Cure for Piles. Monday morning at the breakfaat table To the peoplool thla county we would aay that Slgler's, the subject of tbe earthat A. J. wt have been given the Agsney of Dr. Marchlsl'a quakes was being discussed, their causes, Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Ac., and the very destructive ones that to cure or money 'refunded Internal, External, occurred at Lisbon in 1705 ud at Caracas Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SOe a box. in 1829. Mr. Sigler remembered that a For sale by Penny A MoAllater, Drugglata. of Informs-tim- ; grent in variety; great in every scuta of tha word. It It that ererjloij- should To be without it Is a grvat opportunity lott. ThoM vclo once take it aro not tilling to b without It In their homes. In nblllty ; great In Its corrictm-- Tho "Weekly Courier-Journhas by far tho IiiwRost Circulation of any Democratic Newspaper in America. It Is acknowledged by press und penpU) throughout the United btntes to bo n great toper; great in slzo; great In enterprise; great al 01 k MISSISSIPPI from ii. W Louit The direct through line and old established route Louisville & Cincinnati to St. lie. (pier and all points in the West. ten-pi- n . eye. ,,peptlc8,ln,PrMcul A commodated now. The famous "Dripping and Spring11 guehee from the steep hill side falls into a cement guided by an iron pipe, called ed basin, mar the canopied resort . "flalflon." Ilece benched are arranged (,. .... rlnlttr mav nuecch thirst the exand regain Bppetlte, and reinforce nature In the way long hausted energies of of this favorite re , known.to the hablluee withSpme think they cn not live . sort. restorative "ie out an MWJ.I-It will always be a favorite with dva The testimony is crop, now in full" bloom of a'second ball-roowith n patriarch-a- l the left of tbe elm of great age and grand Umbrageous.u nesslnthectntr; most reiresnmg io hundred and fifty guesta can be ac mt ..j .u 1 great many people hero Lad never beard Daughters, Wives and Mothers. of an earthquake and did not know what We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Ca- the recent abock meant. Little Anne Sig- t hoi Icon, a Female Iismedy, t cure Female Dissuch as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Its hospitable summons ler said "Uncle Font did you over hear of eases, sounds dinner-be- ll Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing an earttquake before?'' Jim Sigler (a down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot IAugusta Chronicle. little five year old nephew) said "Anne Life,LuchorTheea, besides many weakneueatprlng-lo- g The Jewish New Year, tbe ($47ih year from the above, llko Headache, Bloating, Spiyou are simple. Uncle F,ont Is what makes according to the Hebraic cal of the world, nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, 'em." endar, will begin on the 2'Jth day of Sep Palpitation of tbe Heart, Ac. For aale bj Some visitors went Into a store in Port Prices tl and 81 SO per bottle. Send to Dr. tember, at sundown, tbe celebration of this Me., kept by a German woman, and J. B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. event lasting, among the religioui Israel- land, called for whisky. She said she could not For sals hv Penny A UsAUster. Druggists. ites, two days. It is made a aolsmn feast, sell any, and then whispered to one of and, according, to the version of the Tal you wants fisky you mist mud, all are ludged on that day to life er then: ''Yen eye." adversity for tho year. call for vine, and pinch mit one death, prospe'ity or "When Baby vu tick, we gave her CaaUria, With tho first day of the new year becln An Egyptian mummy on exhibition at Wfcea abe was a Child, ah cried t--r Caatoria, the ten daya of repentance, continuiat Un- the Iowa State Fair was seized by a land-lor- Wktn ahe beoame Miss, she clung to Caatoria, til he day of atonement 6n the 9th day of in payment of the owner's board bill. When ahe bad Children, the gave tbem Caaterfc, October, which, day is observed from even- An Egyptian Pharaoh, dead and turned to ing until evening by prayer and fastiar, dust, may stop a hole for some one who is with abjlentkn frm all manual iabjr. - Drug-gist- s. d A lltt of kaiidfnnie anil u no fill premiums of great variety are ctttrrd frro to yearly subscribers. On rcolpt of a request for them, wo rend Courier-JournIrta ot charge a samplo copy of and cur Premium Supplemeut, gtvlug our full Hit of prsiniams, to any address. SUBSOEIFTION TE&2XS. Weekly, one yenr, Including a free premium ..$1.50 Weekly, totlubsof live and over, tlthuut 1.1C prtmlum, erli .... Far every club ol flte names tent ui at one time, tene'er of clibwlil be sent as a present any ths one ot eur Ire Dremiuma aeltcted bv him. Dslly, (except HuHilay), one year...- .10.00 IUIIj, it ncept Vutidaj), tiv. month; o.uu .. l.OU minua)), cne mouiu viy, tuxcrpiyrar cue . 2.00 Biimiiy, .., SunJjy, .11 tuouth 1.00 No traveling ojents are employed by tbe but a good loeul aire nt it u anted fur it In overt cuiuaiaulty, lo nhoia a liberal cash eoramUtltn Is allout-d- . If the Courier-Journkas no local agent In jour neighborhood, send to ut for our Agent's Coutaislng Outfit, Mbkh vttetnl frie of charge. All orders, riueta for outfits, tampU xiplun, utc, should baddrMd to Coarler-Jo-trriaf, al FREE PREMIUMS. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. Tbrco (3) Dally Tralna from Cincinnati to St. Louis. OnlylO ion from Louisville and Cincinnati tout. Louts. r Tho Only Lino by which you can got a Through Slooping Car From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. Rr. TIT ' the on,7 ,InLouIstIuS from and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roads. Thfi O ' ."" Tho Ohio A Mississippi jcaiiwar runa tileeptne Cars on nlcht trains! LuxuriantPalatial Par- lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coach- o uu an trains. Dlnprw".TJaC,(?.l'.0.nnec.tl0D.,,r6 wade In ONIOM dlTeretng line by theO. A M. DEPJJTa Railway, thus aToldlnj troblesome trans- The Ohio W. N. HALOEMAN, riMUtstCoariu-JstrMlCe., torismiAYKT- - under one management, running all lis tralna through solid and In consequence Is recognized Flrst-ClaI'uto be utwn those Cities. Apr'7 to tlckot Agents of oonnectlng lines for fall partltulara aa to rates, time, maps, circulars or any desired Information, or write to ROUT. II. PORMAN, Trar. Pass. Ag't 0. A M. R'y, Homeret. Ky. aa 4 MtsstMlppI BaUway la tbe only Hat between Loulsrllle, Cincinnati and St. Louis fers by other routes. Pr.s.acd Gen'. Uiuii, , - Gcu. Pass. Ae't. Ctnclncatl, O. In I Stanford, Ky V7. P. Septembor 24, 1886 WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Oongrw, v JA$ii:S B. BIcOIIEABY. 01 Madison. The New York World's special correspondent, tent to investigate the status of prohibition In tbe States that haTO adopted it, finds that in Kansas the consumption of liqnor has decreased 25 psr cent , but it is Terr evident that it has largelj increased the vices of deception, lying, spying and tattling. Tne sale of liquor has increased in Iowa. The internal revenue figures show this. Tba trelible with the Iowa law is in tho mums provided for its enforcement. In Kansas imprisonment is the accompaniment of the fine imposed for a conviction upon even a fi ret offense. In Iona the prohibition laws thus far have only had the eflect cf giving greater license to liquor telling, without receiving any revenue from such sale. In 2Iichigan they have renounced prohibition after years of experiment and have adopted a tax law. Under it tho number of saloons has become reduced. Indiana is beginning to look to ward alccal option law, but as yet has done n nothing. Illiaoishiaa rwimbsr of countle', nearly all democratic. Ohio has settled down to a high license n law. Missouri is nearly ready for a law. Minnesota has "The temperance agitation in the South is merely a white man's movement for the better control of the negroes. The opinion of the best men with whom I have talked is that tho temperance question can be best settled by the adoption of the high license feature. It shall law, with a be for each community to eay whether liquor shall be sold or not in its locality, and if sold it should be made to psy a revenue. The tax should be large enough to keep the trade in the hands of responsible people, who will themselves form an active police against irregular rolling without li cense." The democratic entrees so far in the Kentucky Congressional races are Lsflbon Breckin in the 2J: Montgomery in the-ltb- ; ridge in the 7tb; Gov. McCreary in the 8th; Judge Wall in the 9tb; Taulbee In the 10th and Major Botte in the 11th. Tho contests aro still open in the 1st, with the probibiil ty that Stono will bo renominated; Halsell will probably be returned from the 3 J; Cd ruth seems to have the deadwood in tho 5!h and Carlisle will of course be renomi natedin the C'.h. Tho next delegation promises to be solidly democratic, with four new men in the place of the old ones. So far tho republicans have put up but three candidate;; Thomas in the 9tb; Hurst in the 10th and Finley in the lltb. local-opticlocal-optiolocal-option local-optio- the SEHATon Coxojjitt, of Georgia, prohibition movement in the leader of the South and is cntkutlaetic enough to pre diet that the entire continent will be dedi cated to sobriety within ten years. On the other hand the observant editor of the New York Sun, Mr. Dana, says "prohibition exists in the mind only. As a system it can not be established, at least now, and its ad vocates muBt bo regarded more as the fanatical adherents of an impracticable idea than as tho genuine and determined foea of rum." You piys your money and you takes your choice. The faith cure has been put to a seriocs test in Jereey City. A woman who weighby ed 375 pounds and had taken anti-fa- t the quart and exhausted all the other remedies to reduco her voluptuousness, sought the prayers of the good people of tho "Mt. Zicn Sanctuary" and uniting her petitions with theirs, she was soon reduced to 300 pounds. We know a few ladies who are troubled with a too great abundance of adi-- i pore tissue and it is for their benefit thet this item is printed. It is a cheap remedy and if it falls they won't be out of any money. Labok of all kinds eeeras to be demoralized in St. Louis, and ready to take any it can of ita employer. List year when the city was entertaining thousands of quests, theatrestcar drivers struck, to the great inconvenience and annoyance of everybody, and now, when tho same city is full of Knights Templar and other Rueste, the waiters at the hotels go on a strike, It looked for awhile like the Knights would go hungry, but the demands of the strikers were complied with and business resumed. is The cities of the State aro not bidding for the Colored Normal School with that liberality nnd avidity that might character- i them. In fact they are not bidding at all. Lixiog oa had the matter before its council, but that body decided to spend all its mare cash on its local colored popula tion and let the Normal School seek other quarters. Sam Fondek, a woreo than brute, has been held in $2,000 ball nt London, for raping his own daughter. If Judge Lynch is ever justifiable in holding court nnd patsing sentence, this case asems especially to commend itFclf for bis action. The Knights Templar are an unusually healthy et of men. The report to tho con clave in f rnrion at St. Louis shows that of tho thousands of them In the country, but 21 have died in three years, a remarkably low average. The Georgetown Timet says it was an Ohio man who wrote to President Cleve land for on appointment to the vacancy, on Ji heariugot the abdication of Prince Alex ander o( ttulfcxi. rf the Knlchls of Th nn"dIi-dpPythias of Kentucky is in session at NewDlntrict, which seems to be controlled by Oicar Tarner, has decided that it is too port. In Maine the official figures for Gov- late to nominate a candidate for Congress 12,850 over With two or three democrats in the field ernor glvo Bodwell, republican, weak-kneEdwards, democrat. Two years ago me the "old outlaw" will combine was 20,- democrats with the republicans and be re republican majority in Maine turned to Congres? as Bure as gun's iron. 000. Snelllng, the defaulting treasury of Capt.Stoneistoo good a democrat to be the Lowel bleachery, has pleaded guilty to thus slaughtered. to embmloment of $07,000, and was senIf Col. Alex Moody, of Livingston, Ala., tenced to seven years' imprisonment. At had been a prohibitionist ho would havo that rate ho tots over $9,000 a year for his waited till ho was dead to be cremated. As eervico to the State. it was he went homo drunk, drov his famTho grand parade of KnightB Templar ily out of the house nnd barred the doors. was prevented at8t. Louis by the fall of a Then he lay down in a stupor and the heaw rain, which was as creatadissppoint- building catching fire ho was burned up nient to the Sir Knights as to the hundreds alive. of thousands who had gathered to observe Thehe are sixty million of the dollars them in procession. There are 2500 employes in the gov of our daddies in ciiculation and the people is only the gold ernment printing office at Washington, ma are crying for more. It bugs who abuse the silver dollar and try to ny of whom are drawing pay tor uotng nothing. Tho new democratic official, who depreciate its value. Poor folkB are anxhas just taken charge, Mr. Benedict, has ious enough to get them. already fired 200 and will dhpinso with TnAT d n cambline bill, which seems 300 more. to have laid un our friend, Charley Offutt, At Louisville a laborer was crushed to for repairs, is getting in its work. A white county were death under a building stone, n workman mn and a neero from Union in a cotby a landed in the penitentiary under the pro was torn to pieces and a man was gored to death in a ton mill vision this week. red shirt worn by the outing stable by a bull, A The President after a latter named unfortunate crused the It is Bald that he is back in Washington. wrath. shirt tho whole time, wore a Senator Beck in a public speech at one, un but it is hoped it was not the same Nicholasville, virtually declared himself less ho went to bed to have it washed. a candidate for re election to the Senate. If Wiecins' prediction cf dire calamity He said if he were sent back he would see fails to materialize, he should himself be that Coneress passed his bill which prohib put to death for scaring timid individuals its a Congressman from acting as an attor out of their wits. ney for any corporation. Of the 67 democratic chairmen of com alNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. mittees in the present Congress, 25 have The is in the hands ready been elected to stay at home. Neal Bow's South, of the law for robbing a Portland, Maine, greatest slaughter has been in the the victims appear to have been for and bank of$S7,000. The Treasury department is now print- the most part expounders of that glorious ing the one dollar silver certificates at tho doctrine of civil rervice reform. Martin Irons, the noted labor agitator, rate of $SO,000 a day. killed his broth- is under arrest at St. Louis charged with Tuck Agee shot and er in law, James Falconer, near Lexington, complicity in tapping the telegraph wires during the Northwestern railroad strike. over the division of an estate. and Irons has been surrendered by thoso who J. L. Jump killed George Hall Jasper Simpson in Often county because were his frionds, and claims that his arrest scheme to bring himself and they abused him for his refusal to drink was a put-uthe Knights of Labor into disrepute. with them. township, Prof. Proctor, State Geologist, glvea There was a picnic in Miller day, and Aunt Susie Grobbs the comforting information that earthInd , the other is not took the prizs as the best dancer. She is quakes aro assurances that tho earth hundreds of thousands of near death; that S5 years old. Is seen Twenty thousand dollars' worth of years will atill pass before the end in the steady disintegration and removal at one time in Cincinsausage was cooked renewal nati Tuesday. George Reil'e factory was of the land without renovation or of subterranean forces. of the action burned that day. Me-hoOa the 4th of next March Wni. Allen county Wednesday went for Senate cev etepi down and out of tho Halsell, thuB assuring that gentleman's re- men in this nomination and election to Congress from erlo return. There have been country who, in their day and generation, the Third district. people's scorn Ned Twyman was shot and killed near felt the fnll weight of the all by another negro named Arm and hatred, but not one among them Versailles depths of misery that Maktpml Jnne. bcauso he accused him of ever sounded the hone is destined to reach. -- Atlanta Cons'eatinghia watermelons. stitution. Since the beginning of the issuo of the Wiggins still insists that an awful combined latter sheet and envelope one earthquake and cyclono wi'l visit the month ago, 2,000,000 of the sheets havo Southern States on the 29.h. He says that bjen sent cut to the poatoffices. Jacksonville, Macon, Atlanta, Mobile, New The Middle & Essl Tennessee, which Orleans, Bilon Rouge, Houston, Sn Anto-ni- a connects with tho Chesapeake & Nashville and Galveston are to be greatly damag-e- d near Gallatin, and penetrates a rich coal or totally destroyed, while the country country, has been let to J. C. Kodemer. north of that line is to experience a cieat The Chesapeake & Ohio will run "in fact a vast hurricane." grand excursion to Old Point Com- storm The great Bell Telephone coso is en fare fort, on October 5th, with round-tritrial in tho United Stales Court at Cincinat $13, and tickets gocd fir thirteen days. taking a nati. A formidable nrray of counsel en Secretary Lamar has been Including tour of New England with his sweetheart, both sides was present, and McDonRld respectively Thurman Mre. nolt, the pretty Georgia widow, and government. This tuit rumors of his marriage to her are revived. for and against the Underwood, of is the moat important that has occurred in Ex Lieut. Gov. John C. years and the prosKentucky, was elected Deputy Grand Siro this country for many is that beforo it is terminated the li'o of the Sovtreign Grand Lodge of Odd Fel- pect will have expired lows of the United States, in eession at Boa of the Bell Patent ton. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Of the 15,225 votes csst in the Second The flux, which has prevailed exten district primary last Saturday Lafloon resively and fatally west of lis, is reported h ceived 0.530, Ellis 4.178. McKenzie 3,999 abating in soma degree. 8 and Adair 512. Lsffooa'd plurality I. F, Steele, having returned frcm at his old stand and Bowman Paxton, a druggist, was Texas, has la ready to Bupply old customers rnd r.ew lynched Sunday night near Maiden, Mo. need In his line. He was being brought from Kennett, to be ones with all thoy large number who proposed excusA tried for the murder of a blacksmith nam ing West nt reducd rates, found, after ed McGullvery having made every preparation, that rates The report that the Kentucky Milita many of them ry Institute is financially embarrassed and bad gone up; conetquently up the trip. on the vergo of being permanently closed, gave Tho Colored Teachers' Institute writ is vigorously denied by Col. Robt. D. Allen conducted by Prof. Hathaway, in a most the Buperintendent. satitfictory manner, and will The annual report presented to the able and Prof. doubtlcsi result in much good. Supreme Lodge of Odd Fellows in session H. is an enlightened advocate of broad at Boston, showB that there are 017,310 and continued progmemberj of the order with an annual rev views, thorough work ress. enue of f 5,309,088 77. -- Oar schools havo opened with fair at- The remaining six of the entombed has charge of the miners at Marvin Slnpe, Scranton, Pa , tendance. Mr. Blakeman Miss Sallie Thurmond, the Napo have been exhumed. They bore the ap College, sways the destinies of the pearance of having been overcome by gas leon of teachers, district school and Miss Mary Thompson is and having gone to sleep. school. All seem lo Mr. Blaine has a tenth interest in the conducting a private Btnoothly. Small Hopes silver mino that pays him beprogre'slng L'zz'.o Pa.e Mrs. Sallie Oootle, Mi $100,000 a year. It evidently pays juBt have gone to Tens Mary Peyton about that much more than his Big Hopes and Miss on a visit. Miss Lucy Boglo is at North of the Presidency ever will. Middletown. Mies Doliio Williams is at Mahone, it is said, wants to be governMietes Judo Weatherford and or of Virginia, A good miny men want Lexington. aro at Daughters' College and "the earth," and they will get it about the Lou Hocker Bogle at Danville. Tho Misses Lotime this repudiated small boss secures the Lizzie gan have returned to Louisville. governorship cf Old Virginia. Hustonville is not dead hut e'eepeli; Joe dark has purchased thn farm of Lucy Lyle, fivo miles from Lsxington After tho paroxism of a political canvas, Mis. personal nnimositics on the Georgetown pike, at $100 per aero, heated discussions, protracted meetings, the old town has cish. It contains 217 acres. Improve- and asserted its hereditary inertia and settled ments moderate, but land very fine. of its imperThe receipts from nil sources at the down in quiet contemplation Since winter set in, which It did Patent Office during the last fiscal year turbability. nnd the family hs wero S1.200.1C7, as against $1,207,071 the a few days since, around tho orzy fireside, its memTho expenditures wero precceding year. bers nro reconstructing former ncquaint $092 219, leaving a surplus of $213,918 memories. As The colored people at Atlanta aio en anceand recalling forgotten toWIgglce1 the chilling winds of adversity operate tho verge of lunaoy on account of and tho recorcilja-tlo- n prediction that on earthquake is to occur ward healing of feuds of hostilities, so does tho approach of on the 29th. lu several counties prophets sanctuary of home, have arisen who predict the end of the winter hallow the and strengthen tho ties of social pltaiurta. world oa tii (4 data. . . . .' - vUTJfri. -- - TN..S ed six-wee- blue-flann- son-in-la- f!WH am the President 1 ti ww n jubdba vw4"kH . occurred during ono A curious incident of the President's morning strollc A bright-eye- d lad met htm uear but roughly-dresse- d ' -- iT'i ..TM 'Ti.sTVfcfc, fk:jn-f- W U4 the lake, but had no idea be was the Pres ident. 'Eicuse me, mister, but do you live at the hotel?" raid tho boy. "Yes," replied Mr. Cleveland, with an amused smile. "Well, I'm glod to hear If. 8'pose you havo seed Governor Cleveland?'' "Oj, yes, I havo seen him frequently." "Goll derned if you ain't just the man . jm SO LMBBk:UiHBBBBBk. I "A.5InI1 . -Bm'Ji?TT'M " si ..if --mMW.JJBI've been acking to meet. You Bee I' ,SFWiswsfaiKS,'rreP'Tir JU iA 23. walked 30 miles to take a look at the ProviLOUISVILLE, KY.f (15 Arm under c::c dent. Jos as soon as I heard he was here, I sot out, and here I am, begosh." XX4.XlVC3XX.Jj ATTIIAOTIONS. The smile on the President's face still 'ArAxxsr: yillaos -- rnor ir u;irs yArmAt. history coLLKcriox,-r- m; colleo S UA.VD. TIOXMATTIK Of UETTY8BUH! DAilRoscU OJi Itl'STtA.-GAlVA broadeued. "My old dad has been folin' up in tho HREWORKS, nnel ovor Ono Thousand OTHER HEW FEATURES, mountains for 30 years, begosh, but none of the fellers ho voted for got elected till be went for Cleveland. Since then our luck changed, begosh. Cittlo quit dying, hosscs did well, mam got the house insured and it ain't bin struck by lightning since, begosh. .Mi:it(JHANT TA1XOII. Dad ssys it's all becauso Cleveland's got a big neck bustln' wide open with brains. He must have had brains, elie he couldn't have I bsT rrctlTeJ nJ itlll roctlrlDg got to the White House, begosh. I've cum clean over hero to see the President, and ef you'll be so perlite as to pint him out I'll be obliged. When you cum our way dad'll Coraprlilni the boit In th runket, which wlllt give you all the elder and fried chicken Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono In City or Country. you can drink, begosh." "I'm President Cleveland." Giro Bio a Trial. "There, br gosh, you ain't are you tho' ?" "I'm the President," said Mr. Cleveland, with smiles struggling with gravity, "and I shall be happy" Some broken sentences, a scared face and three or four gasps, mingled with dust and retreating footsteps and the young man from tho mountains disappeared down the roadway. Tho formidable reality of the Executive presence was too much for the DKAI.EK IN- N. Y. Herald. young mountaineer. ' I tr - iiA.nfcM " f . iw roopn art -- H. C. -- RUPXmZSIT, New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, w 1. IHUUTA ments, p The consumption of lead pencils in this country is estimated at 250,009 a day. This is at the rate of one psr day to every 1C0 of the population, or about 78,000,00 a year. Graphite, which is the softest substance dug from the earth, is taken in the lump direct from the mouth of the mine to the reducing mill. Here it is pulverized by stamps under the water, the particles floating oil with the water through a series of tanks. It comes to the factory in Brooklyn in barrels, in the form of dust. The powder is lustreleos and of a dingy color. It is finer and softer than flour, and can be taken up in the hand just as water can, but W. n. McKINNKY, is hardly retained more easily than water JOHN I1IUQJIT, is. If one attempts to take a pinch of it between the forefinger and thumb it Is as evasive as quicksilver and the only sensation left Is that the flesh is smoother ttan before. Hardware, Farming ImpleGroceries, Salt, Xinie, Cement, ESlevatox-s- , ) f Pumps, Cicler fctMn- - Two years ago a young farmer cf Nottoway county, Va , Ml in love with a pretty girl. He was an F. F. V ,she a simple vill- WE s N & ery, MEIFEE, gf an-oth- p age maiden. But she didn't love him, because she loved another, and she told him so. At this the feeble brain of the young farmer gave away and he went to the Kutcrn In- Farming-Implementsane Asylum at Williamsburg Just before the day set for the marriage of the girl to the man she loved, he was thromi from his horso and instantly killed. When the news reached her she became a raving maniac, and sho too was recently taken to the asylum, and now she and the man who went crazy for love of her are under the Itoteri'Dal tli.j and Machin sime roof. Every day at 1 o'clock $300,000,000 sit around a little mahogany table in an upper room in the Wostern Union building and cat a plain but substantial lunch. Tac millions belong to Jay Gould, Sidney Pilr. Aloczo lion, Rapeell Sage and All ware country boys, and wore Cornell. shoes only on Sunday. Mr. Gould and Mr Ssge got their ideas of finances in Til lape stores, and Mr. Dillion and Gov. Cornell were day laborers and thanked heayen when they trudged home with $C in their trowwra pockets on Saturday night- .- New York Sun, Ex-Go- Mae Baggiest IfaKsl&ges -- 5) KUIUSm'N,- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Pawn Wagons, drain, Wool, Hectlu, IVm1. Caul, Lumber. Etc. Among the old papers in the County ClerkVcflhe in Freehold, N. J., is the death sentence of a negro named Cieiar. It the Court doth judge read'. thut thou, the said Civ iar, Hball return to the place from whence thou earnest, and from thenco to the place of ixecntlon, when thy right hand shall be cut oil and burned before tbiue eyes. Then thou shall be hanged up by tho neck till thou art dead, dead dead; then thy body shall be cut down and burned to ashes in a fire, and so the Lord havo mercy on thy, soul, Cieiar." M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky.t The Shah of Persia is tho bjus prohibitionist. A deputation of tho ladies of Te heran recently visited him and told him that the cafes had a deuoral'zing eflect up WIiioh. Wall Paper, .Mimical on their husbands, keeping them out late at DrtiKH, DooUk, OlicmlcalH, IttsfriUiinctiu, lilauor niirht and thereby Interfering with the joys Hint lottery, C'trjarn, I'nlulH, Pocket of tho fireside His King of KingHhip NoapH, OIIh, TolituTOP, Cutlery, Perfumery, XininiiH, Machin Fire Arms frowned and immediately gave orders for Recillroj. closing up all the cifes in his kingdom Our .lowclrr, SUvcrirnro and Ontic.il (JooiIh cpnrtiiiiit N lu riiargo of Col Now let the lady crusaders of the Weal Thos. ll'charuH, who trill Itcpuir Vtclien ami Clocks promptly ami lit tho bCBt send to the Shah the propor telegram un HtjlO. der tho circumstances. ' 4 The time my come, even in Kansas when public sentiment will cry out ngninst tLe ptiuciple which encourages the preacher to become a mere political machine, and the sooner it comt-- tho hotter it will be for the reputation of the church. At preaeut in Kansas politio3 is selGdh, hypo Canaan City critical and ssandalous s Is Bttft rSllrtnnlnt nnlon Kona Tlin Best 'WaterproofCoat "UmreJ with ttta ftUm TRIP! VABK. naujoiuinyt ,i-nt- "r an luiniriMr, nndttill Keen ynu Til hinnth' ntiiniiiin f n! rin.vnul.f iniio A f TiiVFIt.91K1mmniiHt dry lit tha nnrucii norm Hntnn.M . liver Mane, vfsii nit Attn Rt.iRRi'ri wtmmmmmmmmmmmmiKr Times. A recent report coming from McPuer county, KausR, the centre of the brnoin Elghtoon Profo3sor8 and Instructors. corn region of that State, says that tho V.s Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering.Classlcal, Hormal School, ible supply of last year's broom corn, rrup has been almost entirely consumed and Military laciics, Lommorciai anu preparatory uourses or study. that there remains liltlo doubt hut that COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. good broom corn will reach $200 per ton fall term begin Bcit. Ctll, 1886. For Catalogue nml utlitr Information AcMrws K. EVVTT!EIt80J, IMl. I X,cx!ugtoil, Kctltuclcy. bfn.. o i TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY JAC9 StiltiSSU1tiltr!fit3uuuial 9 m )ii m.uu iwiu aaiim ...c urt-.SlUjuilS cuim )thieriUy im trial t of Hattie Carter, a little negro girl, chsrg I, M. Bruce, The Northern Methodist Conference ed with stealinir a small sum of'morey frrm Vanilla. 11 tord IVerleMfljrup, flneai will convenn in Lexington, Sept." 30. Mr. E. B Russell, waa in progress Mesfrr, ' Four tew churches are building at Soptomber 24, 1880 In town, at Waters A Wearen'. Stanford, Ky W. O Bradley, of Lancaster, J. W. Alcorn St. Paul, Minn., at an expense of $250,000. Emtty barrela and old newapaperai for and R. C Warren, of Stanford, itnd Csptaln wife of lUr. E. P. nuiaphreya The ale at A, A. Warren' Model Grooery. B. Thompson, of Hartodtburg, IS, C. WALTON, UuBlnass Mnnngor. were and mother of Judge Humphreys, is dead P. among Ibe visiting attorroya at circuit at Louisville. Me A iuoe little room, unliable for ui ' I. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. wet-k- , A Metbodlit missionary In India re- court this lot rent ApPlj t this of or amall The trial of Lestle 8hrrp for the tnnr ports the biptism of 453 persons within a I (A r.H Mall train tjoltfi North...... Bee. ' Houih fortnight, among the Tharus, an aboriginal deref EishaLsy Dio 25th, 1881, ended .m IllSr.H. t 21 tM. KprnWrn" Boutb..... m qighl nt 10 30 ocUck by a verdict of Qr.oVEii, timothy, blii tjrara and orchard tribe of thoGonds. '1 II if ... Norn....... 'i, The hccuw! was defended by Doalor In- Wtaren & The Transylvania Presbytery will meet not guilty catcalatod on standard Umt. Bolar lrara need at bottom prlcra Theru li20 minute a Mesrs R. J. Breckinridge, R P. Jacobs Menefee. ao li About at It chmondnext Wedneidiv to consider and John W Yerkes and prosecuted by Y state the request of H. B Zirner to be dismissed County Attorney are rtnueted to Liczvnr. LOCAL NOTICES. and Common that "the celebrated II. Uirry" will lecture from the Holston Presbytery. wealths Attorney flemdon. Upon the an Iluv your Sahoc--i Hooka from Ponny & All the Lutheran churches of tho 1Mb. at While Oik, McAllnur. nouncemont rf ii iii Neii,AM haa Miothor South were consolidated into one nt the aged mother whothe vrdlctb Mr. ShnrpV WTOttKa and Jewelry repaired on ahor had sat him during BiiKitirp T. D. late General Synod or Council at Itoinoke, notice nd warranted by Penny ft McAlta the trial rose from his gpat nnd kissed li'rr. deputy, He arrived Tueaday and canal-read- Va, There are 30,000 communicantr. tr. Sharp then bowed his thanks tnthe jury and hal'oo a loudly aa Dan Miller. Buy the Uaa Hog Kewexly, the oriel-aA nulon of Northern and Southern - received the congratulations of a number and only genuine, from Penny AMcAi Mn, W. II D.VUTLE80N wan kicktd in Presbyterians would extend to every part of friends, who had stood br him ter. the 0G21 ministers, 8,470 A COMrLrrrK itock of jewolry, lateat the forehead by a how Wlneday, mik of the nation, with beginning of the trotib'e that has ended so watchca a npecialty. Pen. ing an ugly gash, churches, 805,551 members and S12.000 tyle. llockford not reriou', however fortunately for bim ny A McAli"ter. 000 church income. The Cincinnati Enquirtr is engaged in confew days the niceaet Wr. will have in a The first quarterly meeting of the PERSONAL. righteous work at least, that in a fight and cheapest line of chamber seta ever ference year will be held at the Methodist ono brought to this mvket. Metcalf & Foa church next Saturday and Sunday. Pre- against tho school book swindle. She Mn? Smith InwtN U in Louisville. columns the prices of say, Mil J. 8 IIOTKCR haa cone to Ciccln ter. siding Elder J. W. Fitch will officiate. McGuiTy's series in two different ciil', Saturday at 11 A. r. null. The handsomest atock of Dry GjoJs, No- Preaching and shows differences of 20, 25 and 30 Hour. McAnsiru haa cone to Cincto tions, A: , ever brought to this market are Tho En- cents for the same booki LANO, STOCK AND CROP nati, being opened this weak by Oivslay A TUirereays these differences are owing to In Craig. Mn A .vi) Mna W II HloniNa are Wheat Is selling in Chicago at 75 j for different trades made between the book Louliyillr. October. 1 milk row, with a publishers and those who control the selecFor8alr A No. M. 0. Weaiibn went Wet on the exT.D.Ne viand soM a sucking mule tion of school books for the school', ard right young calf; gives G gallons of milk cursion Tuenday. per day. Inquire of 8. C. Helm or It. 0, colt for $50. that retail dealers and people who hive Mit. Mack Hukiman haa returned J. F. Gover bought 20 bead of butchir children to educite are the victims. This Craig. from Loulaville, The owners of the three or four certifi CittUA at 2. fine mule co'ts aold in Fott fiing of buying a lot of school books at ex-Mna. Haruy Dunn i yialtiuK relative t lot of exborbitant prices and their being called cates of stock In the Opera House can at Crab Orchard. at J 00 to $70. npon after a few months to buy an entirely S Owblxy, J it, returned from dispose of them by immediately applying at Joiin In a collision on the Missouri Pcl6c, different kind for a child of the rams tbla office. echool alck, Wednesday. -the other dav 15 cattle were killed. ll. grade, haa btcome a "demnition hijeoua" Mus Maooik Lee Saundwis l tho The basket of pears sent to this office by Bailay Withers sold toC M. Shanahin thing to contemplate. guest of Misa Ltzr'e Karris. a young lady were only rivalled in beauty a dozm of his game chickens for SO. Mia. Steele Daii.ey left Tuesday for and sweetness by her own pretty face. The A foreigner can not fully become a Strayed from my firm a Red Bull and a visit to friends in Arkansas. citizen of the United Slates withentire force joins in thanks. Bruce. a roan and spotted calf. J Mn. M. J. Haum, of Crab Orchard, ii & Co, of Pulaski, out a five years' continuous residence. Il Catron, Brlnkley We have sold our atock of millinery to now emigrant agent of the O. A M. 10 mule colta in this county at $50 you go to Canada or Mexico and come back Mrs. Kate Dudderarand ask those who are bought Mn ANliMiu. W.C. WliEimiir are again you must wait another five years. to 575. indebted to us to call immediately and ret taking in tho Louisville Kxporition Old Uncle Tommy Bali sold to Dave Tho Revised Statutes icdored the old law Woodson Hockeii left Tuesday to eo tie. Misses Smiley A Warren. Prewitt a 1 GOO pound ox at 3 and tiome of 1813, which had been modified in 184C, ter the Oxford, Md , Military Academy. so as to permit temporary absence. The Misa Lucy Beazley will be in charge of other butcher stud at 3c. gone to my rtore while I am in the cities buying Mu. Ft T. HxiiiEirErt The corn crop in Kentucky ia figured old decisions under the law of 1813 must Louisville to thither sister, Mrs. Thomp my fall millinery, duo notice of the opening by the Department of Agriculture at , now govern the courts In granting certifi son. eaten. of which will be given. Misa Suwade Brz 000 000 bushels more than last year. Mim Dr.niA IUcoiiman, of Hoylr, is ley. George Dsnton, of Sideview, bought if The third parly prohibitionists are largeKitty and Annie I!augh the guest of Mir-teAndy Hacked 10 acres cf corn in tho field ly unblushing and impudent ecoundtele. Mils. Kate Dl'dderaii has bought the man. at $1 per barrel. LMt. Sterling Democrat. They work fir democratic whisky money, Mu. and Mm, W. I). Staoo, of tho millinery and dreta making establiahment A. B. Bowling A Sons sold 500 breed-lo- g and they nre of a low order of human be West Kad, are guests o'f Mr. and Mrs. S, P of Misses Ella Smiley tnd Emma Warren ewes at $3 per head. Win. Mellon ings, ae well as corrupt and scandalous pol and taken charge. Her former room is for Stage sold to David Chenault 20 feeding steers at iticiar.s. Ti ee ihiid parly prohibitionists Wiiay led yesterday frr rent. Miss Nettie Winchester Democrat. 3J?. are about 5 per cciit iA the prohiVittnr.Ute Itloomlngten, III., where she will attend Be n Ltwis waa tried before Judge Car W. B. Kldd shipped from this place. in Maine, but they (lii en nil iln virtues t achool. son Wednesday for throwing a hatchet at Pine Grove and Lexington 15 car loads of That is their style of unb'iHhing indepmd Mim Kate GniMU) has gone to Kar.-- a Walter GIvcns with intent to kill. The cattle fjr Lhman Bros. Cost, SI" 30 to 4, ence- .- .from Senator r ryeV epeecb. peuil eertr.il weeks with proof waa insufficient to sustain the charge 75 per cwt- .- Winchester Sun. is City lo A man who has just served his term in friends. and Lewis was acquitted. L. C, Dulany shipped a car load of MlH Km.a Hky.ne, of Loulaville, at ! Miss , this the Nebraska Slate prison has brought eui ln"lt(' ,0 Greenville, The mails are very badly handled of 151 haml bought them of Jenkins & Hines sgalnt the attorney who defended him. lit rived Tes'orday on a visit to Mrs. J T. week. He late. We often get letttrs and other mat O'llern. at $117 round. TBowling Green Demo- claims that he was convicted on account ot by the down train in the evening that malpractice, and demand" $30, the lnwye-r'Mn Hannah Taylor and Misa Ida trr crat. A Washington Teiritory man shipped 000 damages. Taylor, of Uoyle, arc gumts a. Mr. J. It. ought to have arrived that morning. Capt. J inks should look into the matter, 500 bushels of corn to Chicago and after Warren's. It ants are to bi killed, a nponge saturaJOi: V. WATK H. 31. V. H' KAREN. freights, commissions, &:., received ted with eweetened water, it ia Mir Mattie Paxton has resumed siid, ill bi The new $10 silver certificate made its paying a market next time her former position as teacher in the appearance here yesterday and it is a beau 53 cents, lie will seek quickly filled with them. Theipmge ma) nearer home. A Old e my. then be dipped in boiling water from time ty. Those who havo seen him can nt Georgetown Court -- There were 150 to time. Misira Maxy and Maooik Walkeii, agree with Mrs. Hendricks that tho picture to 170 cattle on sale, bringing from $3 2') of Oarrard, neicw cf Mrs. J. C Hnrs, are of her husband on it is not a good one. "I think I wear two," she siniperet 'O tn S3 7S ner cwt. Yearling cattle, J 25 to her guests HAVlNei purchased the stock of goods 3.65; yearling helfere,$10 50 to $19 25; one the shoemaker; "do I noi?'' "Yes, ma'au,," Chow rm goau to Brod-hea- d Mm 0. J. ' ; .L j. u. uuUJr I ,. T at 3 iS b mule slid the honet dealer, "you wear two " to are hir daughter, MIa Mattie, who from Misses Smiley A Warren, I will be bunch of good "ono on esih OS Southdown ewes at Then under his breath, found in the future at the rooms vacated colts at $63 30 and is quite ill. fool " Mils Maooii: Davh, n very attractive by them on the corner, next door to the A pail of butter that four jeare ago young lady, Is the gtiel ef Mleces Ktla and Myen House. Mr. Kste Puddcrar. .1CW ADVKUTISEMEHTll. wag accidentally dropped into a cislern in OatleGivtoe. W. H IIirKiiNi Is in the city purchasing Palmyra, Mo, was recovered the other Mn C M. JONEi nod his daughters hemting stovos, mantlets, grates, A J., and diT. When the cover was removed the MteMaMsgirisi and Luira, havt gone lo ! wishes all to call acd vce them bifore butter teemed to be in perfect condition Kna ftn oh a visit, ing. A special invitation to those As representative of Mr W.H. AnJerson. Itflr aweel and firm, but in a few minutes it was Miw. W. O. Park and daughter, M'ai for ilo prlratcly hia neat brick homo sad lot ol have not settled their aooount, due July ns strong as tho strongest boarding-hou- se Tht two aires on Soruenet Avenue In HUnford. Lulie, of Irnne, and Mrs Jdtuw Koyrtou, place has all tbo necessary Improvements nnd 1st hi. butter in bistoty. a with Mrs. 0 II. Bruce of ClarrarJ, art Tory desirable one. Call on or sddrcu m nt StanBy (ho new law a man may be cent lo Dr. J. II Moore bought of J. W. Proc ford In regtrd to It. Mil Joun M. McKobiktm, Sn , and lOMt V.M.XcIWIlKHTH. d John A. Melt )berl left yesterday to visit the penitentiary for selling his vote. If tor, of this county, a bunch of every man who sella directly or indirectly cattle at lj. Mr. Dyid Terhune bougtit relatives at Mexico and Richmond, Mo. nne Mn. 0. W. Ihwim went to Chicago is punished to that extent, this county last Thursday of D. J. Curry . A Kue M good- - yearling muleu, all mares nut a, ai ?o per lam dally openlrg an rlrsunt line ol Fall Millinrevcm' days ago to meet h'a wife, who h ls nlone would furnish material for a ery, tncliulteg all IimiI. Walter A Hsnna bought from the been visiting in the North r a month or eis-- d prison Itself. 2 and 3 The Latest Novelties of the Seuson. Shakers 19 head of cattle, psying twq The wife of Green Clay, colored, of this cantf j 23 hogs from M, Gordon at SJ and Alio Kotloni, inch es Handkerchiefs. Collars Mm. J. OrrxMiiuiMBR, of the Lincoln placo, eloped to Shelby City with a negro 100 Bheep at from $1.25 to $360-f- Iar and Cull. Kuchluu. Corsets. Buttle, etc You Land Co , psased up with four Ohio famiwill And me at tho rooms lately Tacated by Hml- named Rose and was married n few days rodsburg Dsmocrat. ley A Warren, next door to tno Myers ltoiino. lies, 'JS persons, rrbo are lo locate In this 10J 2m ago. Cay takes tbo matter easy and says K.l TE It VD1WUA. It The Lexington Holler Mills Crtara Hour, H ltaney, representative, is universally popular. county. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT 1. Rose can havo the woman after bo ge a "Will M. Waters, Salesman, fc STANKOiui'd pietty little milliner, Mi's through with him, ITop Gen. Speed S, Fry has been appointed Suwade Biazley, left for IOiiisville and Cincinnati yesterday to buy her fall atock The simple but powerful loom, with by Judje Morrow Trustee of the jury fundi A WELL IMPROVED FARM, which Wearen A Menefee are weaving the vice Geo. F. Lee resigned, and Logan millinery. of containing ICO Commissioner in place of C. C. Wttlilnainlleof Btanlord, 75 acres Urmln atres Master Mus Coiinik Coorr.ii returned with combination wire nnd picket fence, is worth land Kut dwelling house. Also adjoining. Apply to the Kidsi ltrty, looking ns fresh and aa a visit to see. It does iti work accurattly Fox, also resigned. E. T. JtOCUEHTEit, Mr. C, B Rogers, of this place, had pretty asevtr. They nil atTect to like Knn-s- and quickly and makes a fence that roust or jr. a. n'ELcii. lci-- st of cattle which charge of Grundy's herd nnd will go back in a few weeka G'l h want i.i this rection. took the M premium at Elizabethtown. Mn. AND MH J. L.TUURMOND.Of Ash Haiuiy WEnuEii and Company present- Mac Thurman bought Wednesday of Mr. OStLKaa IM Grove, Mo., are the gueto of their son, Mr. ed Q.ir Boarding Houec" to a highly saddle On the Stanford A Knob Lick Turnpike KoaJ nnd Briecoe, of Lincoln, a 3 year ell O. J. Thurmond, of Junction City. The Drugs, Books, Stationery and though small audience, Wednes- mare for $150. known as the Helm I'arin of tho lato Dr. Ulteiu old gentleman aeemB fully restored from his Fancy Articles. capital comedian, full day night. He is a Miss Mary McRobersIa left Thursday Containing about 230 Aoros, accident of last winter. of rollicking wit and humor. L. R Mad-do- morning for a yisit to Kansas City and compounded. Apply Phulclans' prescription! Acd bus a coiu'ortable dwelling LOCAL MATTEIS. who ueed to play "Tuck" to his "Nip" Alio MI..V.JOII.XHOX, , Mo. Dr. I. S. Warren, of Green- to Near fehtlby City, on tuo uitcih nomwicau. and increased the good opin- wood, has bren in town several days this Ifl0-Metcuu' A Fosteii havo for salo pure waa with him of hia abilities. entertained ion week. Mrs. Leonora Diviese, of NaBhville, home-grow- n timothy seed. Mrs. Wm. War- II. K. TAYLOR, U visiting her sister WiifnOuh Gill's trial for robbing the The Largest Stock of Watohen, Ulooka, Six building lota for ealo between Stan or I.OQ AN COUNTY. It a Candfdate or tbo office tlnvvaie peddler, J. Wolf, was called Tues ren- Jowelry and Silverware to tho Inteuiou ofSuporlntendent of I'm tic Instruction, subjtct In a recent letter ford and Rowland. II. J. Darst. to tbo Dcmocratlo 8tato Convention. day it was found that he had been run off your correspondent referred to a Ktot bought to this market Prlcti Lowor than Journal Now ia your chance to get a bargain at and tho care was therefore continued until tbo LowuU Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lio-Biiit In tho Louisville Chancery court ety led palrod on short notlco and WarrantcJ. y, ia larger A Fester's. giving ball iu $200. From Gill Metcalf Their atock A Trust Company, theFidelity Safety Vault what wo can gather the man who ran him and more complete than over before. Ac, against John Yelser, Sr, Ac, It is off ia likely to get himeolf in a worse place Of a Splendid proper to eay that in a proceeding for the improvement Come and see tho latest than Gill, if tho county attorney will push in Water Elevnlors and forco pumps before tho case, as we believe be will. Wo are settlement of an estate it became neceeecry making your purchaso. Wearen A Mene. told that there was nome pretty tall cross to make Mr. Yelser n party defendant. It feo. is not charged that Mr. Yelser owes the swearing and if pctjury has b:cn commit Aatbpauthorlzol Apent ol thn heirs of M.'eS p'ointifls anything. rtachel Carpeuter, det'd, I will sll uu the prem Wkaiuin A MENErEE are cleaning eome ted it will bo brought out and punithod. tho case of Capt. lies on In tho Circuit Court pure Fuilz whea'; it will pay you to tell O, 1886, Bahuy South, candidate for State Treas- S. M. Boone,of Bomerset yg. F. M. Green, your filthy wheat and buy your need "'from "p urer, was hero yesterday in his tour othe of the Richmond JleoiWcr, for libel in the The firm now occupied by J. T. Koto, known aa them. State, From nil we had hesrd of him we columns of the newspaper aforesaid, has tbol-cfirm, sliualeJ In Lincoln county, Ky Iryou want a Feed Cutter, buy the old were prepared to meet a veritable been sottled by nn agreed judgement for on or noar the turnpike road leading from 11 to Mlddleburg. Tula ta ono of tho but were gratlfiod to find tho piilntllT for $1,000 and costs. It is tin reliable Dter. It ii tho best cutter"' in the market for either hand or power. Mjt- htm as mild n mat n rd n man na vrs ever derstood that thecollootlon of thajudgment Best Stock Farms in tho County, calf A Foster. saw. All our preconceived opinions of him except the coats will not be enforced, dpi. In n good alato of cultWntlooi part In cultlTstton Boono only sought the vindication of his and remainder la gran, l'leiity at mist beforo the sun, ns we New Goods. "We are opening this week vanished hs water for atock. Homo and outbuildings good. his plausible narrative of bsd good name and Mr. Green having confess I'lenty ol timber to krcp ui tho lenses, lo of n very Urge and handsome assortment cash; balanw In equal an- TanMii We really believe he could J bis error, ho is content to let the mattreatment III. A r. i i. vw... lnfrt anil audi luimiimouii. ni.it ivi ..nt ...-- Bond ;" Dry Goods, consisting of every thins in tho will purchase money. L'ginla-- 1 ter drop. No other civil businesi of cape--lln retained fr tbo Also a conylnco the devil, let olono the hrfnn!ridofthipurrha'r. payable at the arm- Domcstlo and fancy goods line. dispos era Nmioaat Hwk i iiur.. in il public has I lure, that tho Periitenllsrv dlwrtr Vseat large line of Novelties, Hosiery, Glove.. ' ed cf. J. 11. OWSTjEY, Aacnt. icmeii in ui. A I Twoi'tV t '.!".. u I .. """""" i'" J I. WlHtli. -- . lti m al i.i. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, at TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARII, Confections, Tobaccos, Ci III. cat-urali- zd LlsS. hi COE. MAIN & SOMEESET SrJ)6. STANFORD, KY. GrOOD GOODS n WATERSaWEMEN GWFiiOOESELSLc , ' .' Vj" ,1. i Town 2kot For Sale - 1,300-poun- . Male or Hcnt. WATERS WEAREN. Mc-Ke- e at JPnvni For Kent. . F amj iMMistek PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. x, 3t In-la- FUISI.IC SAMS 350 Acre Blue Grass Farm Wall Paper, Saturday, October o Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, JtfJ'&iA'i&&iM, cd neTer-foilln- g One-thi- rd i..-tl...n- r-- ps. Full ad Oomploto Stock of the above and prices as low as tho lowest. bn -- 102-t- Ac. Oiveley Uig, B. K. Stanford. I ilU ..JUWUl' il -- . . !J: :' '. .l ii iH'iyi n t SemMBtuMj Interior guarnai A GREAT HIGHWAY. SHCniDAN'3 HOWE ANO MOTHEn. PEOPLE WHO EAT CLAY. PECULIARITIES OF THE SANDHILL-EROF SOUTH CAROLINA. S Tjpitst AKO ih Tim roRA BMlaea ORLD Kaetllog. dw. MTichrttflrl c,,,"'l','",,,I;?wi"? Knolln ns nn Article of rood, with irfuJur Tulikm.ai.ilofinr and Board, aboui V V. Mi.tlROAD LAID OUT THE NATIONAL Ta. KM,Tlt-Hril- li aJ T.btrapkr .pftcuiiita. Yellow Marl for DcMcrt A Diet ' NEARLY SEVENTY YEARS AGO. ttnai.U. DiuhM IUHM. Vet AM.. fcM . Pttt-lLalsln,K carcUan U4t.i W. K. BX.lt d I.ung Which I'roenti D)ierla Troubles. DB. W. B. PENNY, IutcrcAtlni; Itcmlnlsceticrs In Connection PaIAO Steamers. Low ZlatM. It is not generally known, but is tmo, that UKNTI8T, with tlin Onco 1'unnlHr Thoroughfare. thero exists not far from this city a race of - IContuolcy. DETROIT, MA0KINA0 ISLAND (Jtaniord, Historic Associations Noted Passenger! white iieoplo called "Sandhlllers," who nro t Jnsee. Ohaberraa, Alvtsa. Huron. veritablo clay eaters. ThU morning, lu comOver the ltoml. yer KaniTU!), pany with n joung physician of this city, ftCUtt, OaxUad aouat. ManaalHr. fow know anything of tho "national How VratT Wak Day Baivata your correspondent wns enjoying n jaunt Into roadr It has Leon so eclipsed bymlhvayi pine grot us w lilch skirt tho oasteni confines DETROIT AND CLEVELAND iwoplo don't know that many of Columbia, and wo wero proceeding toward eetUl guaday Trtpa dnrim July and AvgotU that such n structure was over built. tho sandhills w hen wo wero accosted by an OUR iLLUSTrlATCD PAMPHLCTV Aw ny back In 1813 there aroso serious aged mendicant, who, thrusting an old rmKWtTCiH JUItt and Btanralea Tlakata wiU b. foraULal that tha growth of tho west would bxyourTlakalAraat,era4draa( greasy pieco of paper into my unwilling causo dlsalTeUod politicians to want a differc. 0. WHITCOMD, Qfn'l Pan. A(ntt hand, exclaimed piteously: "For Uod's sake, ent capital "a western union" and during Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co. read it, gentlemen." My frlond, who was (Mire on Ijinca.lor itreet, roxt door to 1st lMonroe's rulinlnLtrntlon congress, under the DETROIT, MICH, prejudiced against beggars In general nnd ino n Jouknai. otBc. Ofllr liouit from R to 12 a ' advocacy of Henry Clay, "Tom" Benton, rtlci!lar, was for stonily K.ani 1 toSr. M. AnMttaetiriailmtnlatsriiJ wh "Sandhillers'' In Gon. Lewis Cass, Thomas Ewlng and Andrew DocwarT. rebuking tho old man, when something peStowart, mado appropriations from the culiarly touching in tlio applicant's look arnatlnnnl treasury, and tho work wis vigoryr.u. MiLtr.u. rested that uucharitablo purpose and im) 3-oi:os. CAiU'Ksri:r.. ously executed, llcginnlng ut Cumberland V pelled htm to heed tho wblqierlngs of hU J mountain, it extended across l'oniisj 1 aula, nobler nature and to relioo tha distress of Virginia, Ohio and Indiana westward. The tho ixxir wretch. I, too, could not restrain design was to couuert tho national capital Thttt powiternoTtr rarlc imrrel a Mors ol purlt n Chrittaiu impulse, nnd bestowing what trrnglh hoUoiuroci3. ccouoiulmi with St. Iiouis. alias I could afford I glanced at tho viper (ban the snl orlln:y klnJ, nj ran not lm tolc Tho road bed was reduced to n grade of talk turned to him, nnd with a laugh of prido which had Ixxui forced into my ltntid. ThU co)Uton with the multitude of low tut .ihorv Kotnth and JI.Ih, flvo dog roes, was mado thiUy-il- o fett wide, and Joy she said; weiuai aiuw or pnospuste rowii'ri. Soldanlr la was what It contained; MA MX) IIP, M.NC0I..X CO , KT. CADf. UOYALIUKIKO l'OWDkl (., "I havo oen feeling quite wtbJI Tlio under part wai nnd maradAinized. a To Au. Witan Ir Mat Coxcerv This 100 Wall Btrcct, Ktw York LOUISVILLE, KY chiefly of stoue, placed on edge, ns U now since wo had n telegram from Phillio that ho that the braivr, who U both worthy nnd OSta, South 8IJ MiU 8rrt, orrr lint Nationhtm, tho coss in cities, und covered with pieces b coming neely, Uonr one hundred ears old. al Hank. all wbo can. a Faruia, iccluJIoc com of thoflnnt "But ho comes every car Tlie "Aixillo Yolie" fililrl. that would go through an inch and a half Hioct Farmi to IVntral Krutucdj-- Towu Loll I handed the centenarian his was free to all It iln. The national roadgeneral govurnment "Oh, 3 os," and again Uio old Inly laughed and he shambled off, chuckling oerdocument and Hldinra, Tiailwr nad illnrral UnJa for hU gooil wan maintained by the and smiled ns sho said: Mimi's ruriilliliig (JooiIh. oomiutnlon i) onfarther "Ho was horo a year ago and stnyod over fortune nml Jingling the ooius in his loiiy for n draen year, but in 16S0, ''through deferfar turtkulira anJ for prints! Jwrrlp. tto rhla aectlen ami ofprortlei Ut ulit. ence to Gen. Jackson's Idea of state sover- night. I didn't know ho was cotnhig, and Iinnd. Here, then, was n genuine centenaHi time, Kldiicj dUcnies m i be prevented eignty," it was turned over to tho states was up to seo a neighbor about some business. rian, nnd wieilid not bogruilgo wlint wo had by purifying, renewing, and hnleortis through which it was built When I started homo I met him on tho road. given him. the blood w ith Aycr's Sarsaparllh. 'When, AX CVKAUTIILY VISAOK. Ho enmo running up to mo and said: 'Why, THonouancYRE. a But what n strange looking being ho wast through debility, tho action of the kidneys ' SIucli Interesting rcnilnbcenro might bo mother, where liavo you been? I was nfralJ Is perverted, these organs rob the blood of How unearthly hU vbago, how yellow his given of this great thoroughfare nnd its wars. something had happened to you.' " "Ho was a good boy and healthy, was ho complexion, how shrunken his cheeks, what Its needed constituent, albumen, which U In 1K57, wlien wnr was threatened between pleading yet lusUrless eyes, nnd, w Itlud, what parsed off In the urine, whllo worn out this country and Trance, there was such not, Mrs. SheridanP asked Copt. Grolucr. TU porutar irbool, afler a Tear of uoparalted iuc E. H. BURNSIDE, Ho was neer sick. "Yes, in leal Ho a miserably emaciated nnd drawn up body I suspicion of sympUby between tho Trench in matter, which they should carry off from rca uudtr Loulsiini and tho enemy tint n quick mail nover had time to lw sick. . Ho was un Such n type of n man is not to lw met with .he blood, U allowed to remain. By the C. hoi-everyday. Iliad, it Is tnie, encountered in I know This Old routo was estal lushed ia thU road, and the acth o lad, nnd so fond of Woll Kuown Sinaparllla, the kldnc.M ttic of Au-r'A.HD Mississippi rh er contracts were let with the whonho lived in town Phillio vus always tho streets of Columbia men and women not Hotel Still Maintains nro rc'terci to proper action, nud MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART,. requirement of peed to average ten miles per about tho stage horses when thoy would unlike him, but neer licfore had I gnzed High or I.tur PaiKcirAL, hour. Tho entiro highway was laid off into como In. Ho w .uld wntch till they wero un- upon his identical couiitentart "Do you know tliat ho is a AND ItteUlgr pukhe ratroDaxe. With la. hitched, nnd then watch his chanco to Uko threw bo i and nino horses being socdoiis, iitliicffri created lielilllta, an cnlarrd 1 acuity atkl an o miles, and tho time them to water. Ono day his father caught asked my conqxinloii. for Ltf. nlror,retSr U Doterminod that unuiiul nir.of aludr, ItofalTurdi dauihtrraopforlu-dIU- u "A whatr declaimed I bo decond to no Country It was given for tho trip wib six hours nnd eighteen him nnd gn e him n good whipping. for lberluralloa jour "Why, ninan that liveson day ono whoso tho hardest whipping tho lad ever got, and I Ill'V IVlit Hnd lor Catalogua to minutes. Hotelinthe8tatoiniuJ?&ro, ky. ijv zin li yreentd. Ajcr's Sarwparill also Mlllrubr. Whethor legal or not, tho national road felt very badly about it. I told father it wa3 principal diet is 'kaolin,' or n sort of smooth, Appomtmcnti, or Attent prevent i inflammation of the kidtio, and was a popular thoroughfare. Thero was soon hardly right, but he said it would do Phil good, gritleR), moist, white clay which abounds tion to Comfort of and I guosB it did. Ho was hurt onco bv a horeabouts." as lilgu as 100 "great conestoga other disorders of theso organs. Mrs.Jas. their Oaetti. "But you don't think I'm so credulous ns to Is tho same number cs wild colt which throw him up by Dean's ono teams'' per day. That VT. AVcld, l'orcit Hill it, Jamaica Plain, day. Ho was badly hurt inside, but a break- believe that this man, who Uoer 100 years tho railroad trains that pass over tho I'enn-s-j 3I.hi., writes: ''I hao had a complicaIvania railroid now dally to and from Jcr-so- y ing out saved his life. That was when ho was of ngo, has achie ed this remarkable longevtion of diteaies, but my grtJtest trouble to rmlV.V .TPfr,., ,''"m1.tloi homo from Wet Point" ity by MibiUtingon tasteless olnyi" e City. Thero wero four or fi o T at j iMion rmiltlloc ui has been with my l.idneM. Four bottles w,,h ci.8U..i "Whero was lio w hen the wnr commenced!" "It U strange, but nevertheless true I havo mall and passenger coaches each way daily. Minora and Clear. of Arer's Sarsaparllla made mo fevl like "In Oregon. I didn't see him for a long made a long study of the subject, and hmo Presidents frequented this highway, nml . a new person; ni well and stro-iascertained some curious facts concerning tU) ai on ti-i- i - npions men wcco postal at hilltops time then." clay eating liablt Now, to liegin with, I "But jou heard from him often!" V will r rod lh to wave their red liaudmias cer." "". M. McDonald, 40 Summer st, by tho ro i . "O, yes; and when tho mail would come I have seen the 'snmllilllers' of Nortli ami Boston, Mum., had been troubled fur.Tears as n signal f i.; inch fcr the distinguished Interior Journal traveler. Tlw insula would assemble and would go out -in the yard, afraid to so the South Carolina, some of tliem not ten miles with Kidur) Complaint. By the uh of Semi-Weekl- y letters or paper- lest I should hear that some from Columbia, while taking thir meals, render both vocal and instrumental inuie. Aer's 5rnirillsi, lit not only and have olwrved them consume ronsidarn-bl- e And tbe Nw York U'otld on jfar aai a Much of the national rood is still In good of my boys were killed or hurt." uiJlue.UrnH HouCo." quantities of clay such as I ricfroribed In- "But tho news from thm was always condition, and its many historic associations Bbortest and Qniobst Ronto from Oei deotl, Iliaremjself partekwi of their fnifal OP TBS UNITED 5TAT23. ore enhanced by modem prognss. While the goodf "Yes, Indeed," and the old lady laughed repast" tral Kentucitj to nil Poinu North. the dt.es-from axumlng a fatal fjrm, old cast iron posts yet remain to tell of disnrprtu paid l.jt.n.1 In lMb. f Well, wliat does it taste like, ami liow does tr rail, silt, i'Mi, Yott nud fionthwejt. tances to placet, etc., telegraph wires arc with pride as she remembered the tidings of hut was restored to jierfect health. John ol eontlaoltit .'i Una r rrarlni. Il abundant, and thero is a combination of thoo momentous days whli h mado her "Phil-lfo- " it affect otvf I querieil. Mel.ellan, cor. Bridge arul Third H., ll lh x$a mat wolc f the tlod I'att Ubo ilvtwrro tho leader of the American armies. Talk"It Is almost tntek, Imt some of the epithings ancient and modern which glvo to blatery In thamdlaary rwnr, Low e!l, 3faM., writea : "KorseM-ra- l rars It ( a iondrnpl file travelers by I lie old road much of raro In- ing of him, she nilogiaxl the least bit for be- cures profow to enjoy it locnue of the delit9 ytara oOrr laKXI.GTO. A VlSVIXSATl, orwiar I suffered from Djipepda nud Kl'dney WurMtrra tba iUIii to wltbdraw llila ing so fond : "You can oxciuo on old mother cate llavor it iio(wrs. It is perfectly w hite lirduU In Effect May U. ute. terest. Comphlnt, tho latter being so sciero nt wltbaut notlca, to rruilt at one. for lciiig so proud of her son. He has always nnd wholly detuid of grit In fait, It Is Of noted pangers over this rxxid thero are W V. WAbTON, Wanlaid, Ky. time-- that I could scarcely attend to ray recorded tho names of James Alonioe, An- been good to me." Cor. Cincinnati Times-Sta-r. nothing more nor lew than tho 'kaolin' of Ko. fi, "No". 4 iTo7tr which plates, enps and mneoi-wcrk. Myappttlte was ixor, and I wai are made. HoVTU'Dovso, drew Jackson, William Henry Han-LouThero is nothing diwigreoabki alxrnt it, nnd it but b John Tyler, Dick Johnson El. Hun. Pally 'ki. Bud in Ir'.i ctniejl-A 1'lfld Lotiff XpgU-etcd- . mny lo with impuuit taken into tho stom I. under Tyler), James K. Polk, Santa Anna Uto. ("lnlon. 10 a 10 nro, Lvery country physician should havo a ach. As an aliment it is not hurtfuL It is and the Marquis do Lafayette. " Falmouth . 1 19 a tu 8 24 pra, 2 CO Dm m knowledge of veterinary science, and bo will- contended tliat it U inxxluctivo of longevity, " Cynihlana. 110 49 a alO IB un JllpQ CHVT Wini I'OLK'S WIDOW. i ia p m Arr. Tarla. 2ft a iii 10 James K. Polk! How tho nam? stands out ing to prescribe for sick horses and cattle, ns and tlwt it wards off several dlsea-s-. Thero " lilrtioa.. ., Jtl ptojlt iOi.ru 4 IS p IB 17 pu A 10 p well as lor their owners. Attention to tho are woll authenticated instances of surprising lino In tho list' To be assured about the stories a Louisville & Nashville R. R. I.rr. Tarla, H roam 10 4 pel i;ipD told on tho subject I called on tho venerable diseases of tho lower animals is, no doubt, of longer ity nmoiig clay eators, nnd it is woll Arr. Wnbitr. IIW pw II TUK UKEAT- pa 1)5 p u less conMjqucnce tlian curing the maladies of und( rstood by such of tho faculty ns havo Mrs. Polk. At my greeting the said sho was " nichuonl 7 19 pa " Lanraatwr .,.., o w i Bit... feeble, but hid never ia tho several years it human Ixiings, but I do not soo why it thould studied tho subject that they areoxempt from 1 regarded as n matter of inferior dignity to diicpsia, never suffer with Indigestion, and OOpra TUROUGII LIXL " Btanlord -" I 6 vj pra my nptietltc and dlgedlgii Improid, au.l had been my fortuno to know her appeared And remedies for tho diseases of tlio animal ono lias never lx.sn known to die of uonsump- l.ta Klcbinond.3 OOpia qnito so bright, so graceful and so elegant my health ha be n perfectly rcstorid " 10 Tilt Arr. lbna "Ah, yes; I have often been over tho 'great creation. No scientific man considers it be- lion or 10 us irouuien with lung complaints. a ;i"pjoo-.- Sold b all Druggists. -- H5aiu.... ,J, ALLAYS IR'NOEIl'S 1'AXQS. national road,' as it was called, nnd it revive! neath him to inquire Into tho causes of tho "Of course, there is nothing succulent or many pleasant reminiscences. Friends ued Itato rot, or tho blight of tho w heat crop. I'rico $1 ; Six bottles, $5. tioun-DocaHO. t No. II No. 1 toaslcino if I were not fatigued in making Tho preservation of tho health of domestic nutritious in clay, but it allays thu Jiangs of Prepared b Dr. J. C. Ajtr & Co., Lowill there trips, but I would tell them that In animals Is, oenatwrt from consideration of hunger. ThU it does by distending tho wnlb TTITH Mas., U. S. A. humanity in tho relief of suffering to tho of tho btoinach. It is not to bo supnoMxl that Lt. Utlopton... too an IMIMI !, thoo day I know not tlio sensation of being l)easts ixrwi .. ., 10 2: am themsclres, on exceedingly important ilay can take tho placo of bread and meat as tired. Why, wo didn't travel In the ordinary Arr. 41 Pullman Palace Sleepers. Lra. Klchiiiond . II7 20 a m stago coaches of that day. True, wo did thing in n pecuniary point of view. And be- an nitk-l- of food, but it does in a moosuro KowlandTZi sides this, tho study of tho !est means for supply their place." travel m piu'lio " Lancutfr ... t 11 a in......... but gentlemen araL The doctor paused whllo I expressed astonArr. ItlcbmCitid... could mako arrangements to travel exclu- preserving tho health of tho lower animals II 00 au ....... Lvtilsialle sively, nnd would stop over at night Mr. often dovclops facts and principles of no ishment at what ho told mo. Continuing, ho I.Te. lllcbmond .. ' un1i title, to Arr. Polk was fourteen years successively in con slight vnluo in reference to tho health of tho said: Hamvhln, Arr Wlnchcatar. . Iilifm, a SS a ra cJ? p Some of tho most serious "In my country practice, which ccaRlon-all- y pm gross, nnd wo often jounioycd tliat way; not human system. to m m....... AKftiiiai, I.Te. Islington ... carries mo out into tho sand hilU (occaalways. Wo went to Washington twico fc diseases to which man is subject are found Affllfroifftwti.c i s p rai 7 JJ s in 2 it pm To MrcngtliPii tlio Momaili, en ate aa L?e Parla p m 8 ro! hi our private carriage. Our routo would Ik amazingly near tho sarao form In hoiras, nnd sionally, I say, for although tho 'Sandhill-cr- s' " l.itllu Uocli. " Cynihlana . 34 30 P in 8 20 aa ut 3 lOnm njipctlto, mitlrcinoc tho horrible dcjirci-slo- n 55 4 17 pm 35 are tho sickliest looking, most cadavorous down tho Cumberland to tha Ohio, and ur need essentially tho same treatm-mi- . Ben: Kaltnoutb 4T nm I o n a a I. ... Holillu uutl Neu OrlcniiH. and dcsponilcnry which rctult fror and woelx-gonbeings in the world, they aro Arr. Coring on .. ., I 00 P in H.SOa m 6 45 pm that to Wheeling, nnd thenco across by tin Perloy Pooro in American Cultivator. tho healthiest). I havo good opportunity to Indigestion, thero li notlilnt; ao cflocttvo naUottal road to Cumberland, Md. Tho can study their peculiar life and habits. Ihoy Wlint's In n Xame.' Only om cbin,(e to polnti In ran from thenco to Baltimore. When Mr. ai Aycr's Tills. Those 1'IIU contalu n HATVILI.K IIUAN41H. A woman was recently arrested in Now can subsist on tho most limited quantities of Polk was elected president wo went that waj calomel or other jkiUohous drug, act M. 31," Ko 3JT changed cars ut tho Itolny house, the York with the rcmarkablo name of Scholns-tiqu- o animal food; in fact, they get cry little nnd iloiTii-Docndirectly on tho digestive ami alniflatle fny Dally i meat a oor quality of bacon nlwut twico a Bigot, which translated means Junction of that road and tho ono leading restoj-Ex. Uuq Kx. Hun health and Mrcngth to orgain, and Orthodox Zealot," and is a curious weelc Ihey are lazy and thriftless They from Baltimore to Washington. Thero waj tho entire stem. T.IMJonnor, Clicker, Lre Cotlngloo-- .. a great crowd thero ami ho mado n speech. name for French parents, e en if they wero are not hnppy. Discontent U tlmir nonnal " Lcilngion .. 7 S3 la., writes: "I havo u.el AjcrN I'llli Heaklog boniFaou tbe lloeM tbli road wlllreceltt " Varl 25 pm in on mat thorough Bigots themselves, to bestow on n Jitdo girl. state of feeling. But they uro troubled with nut luanmi-vm- . hcmipry ., 3 IS a in 3 20 p in for the at 30 year, and am titltlcd pcclal ratra tho Allegheny mountains' I had The Buffalo Commercial, commenting on 'the very few wniitA, and thew nro supplll faro nci ArrillIIribu7B ... 8 49 a in 3 41 pm V"8ee Agent! of ibli Company lor ratce,iouta " Carllile. 1 should not bae hrcn nlha '4 01 a m l( It au axneriatro on our Journoy that often gnve Icculiar appellation, bays: Why will parents oaslly." 0 05 p m " Jnbrroi) .. Ac, sr write IS a in 0 80pm "Do they cat only the white clnyr I had not been for them. They amusement in our friends. Our team ran curso a child with such ridiculous houicsI Wo C. I. ATMOIU:, (J P. AT. A, " Mayt. 10 so a in 10 PJB IxmliTlllr, Ky away, and wo might hnvo been much mow recall to iwemoiya iirstrclass busincw man "As n general thing," was tho answer, "but No. 51 NoToT unfortunate, but ono of our horMW fell nnd who was hampered with tho name of Thn.l-ileu- s Dally Dally tho diher checked tho others. But tho car. Constantino Sobicskl Autvllits . Wo somotlme thej vary their moiui and gnrnlih Kx. Hun Kx. tjun THE SEMl.WEEKLY riagowasupt Dr Linn, a senator from will sparo him tho mortification of n com- their loard by the addition of a jellowLsli I to Miyarllip. . sort of mm 1, whii h U r.iid to lw scarce, ami 9 fSa u 12 Wpio MLsouri, wus esiooijIly nttentivo to me. Mr, plete ldentlilcation." Parents w ho thus im' .lobnaon me of DynpppMa when all other remedies pose ujwn t' o.r thildren ought to bo liablo which, it is clnimwl, j)ososasweet taste. Polk and others had emorged from tho 637w j Jpm " Carlli! 7 rta ml eeeaaee J8p m failed, and their occasional uo hat Lcpt ami Dr. Linn proposed to help me, nnd for damages when tho latter grow to man's ThU Hres them as a doMert. Tliej, how" illllcrabnrij 7 4(1 s ml 2 80 pm ever, draw tlio lino nt red cluy. TliU not Mid woman' cOatc. In a healthy condition cer allien." Arr Vttir ino ho nl.ed mo to put my foot on his hand. 1 Chicago 1 lines. 8 10 a ru 3 IS p u " ixintton. oven their irou-clu9 03 stomaoks could dlgat L. N. Smith, Utli-o- , did so, nnd ho helped mo gracefully in that n to n u N. Y., wrltca: I " C'Tlnjion tl so a m a CO p m I asked a gawky old 'Sandbiller' if ho over way. Ho was n courtly gentleman." Nash Trniiiiw In Dakota. IiaouedAet's PUN, for I.hcr trouble ate tbe red clay, nnd this was his reonso; ville American. nnd Indigestion, n good many years, and Trami In Dal:oti ore not too ln?y t do .lTK";rr0,3B,, I4ro Islington an Clnclnnail,lclen I Win. tho "crow not." That Is, they net as scare- No, wirroe I hev occasionally bed n brick otb.r '"' a. hao alwajs found thuu prompt and except 8undy. wJT ilWr IT IT1 arudally conn ftlonaar Tiansfinlon of UIooil. crows in tho w heat fields, taking turns at in my hat, but I'll lw blamed If I hanker Ulrcct made at WTJaebMter wllli f flli lent In their action." Ilk hard NorrU, Chraaw-ftxA lawj cr, it seems, has como to tho aid ol standing on a platform high nbo o tho wheat, nfter tinning my bowel into n briokyard.' " A Olilo o, Mt. Htcrlla Aibland Ljnn, ra., writes : "After inueh suiTwr-luf- f, DiM'lng our jaunt wo mot sjveinl "Sniwl- IIuntkiKton, CbarleiUin, w. Va.. tho medical fraternity, judging from tho t and occasionally j oiling or throwing astoo clu X J jfVV.' ndT JJkaa ija I hao been cured of Djptpdu and aal orjiiel mucli of wjmt Hio who of what are descrllwd as successful ex- nt tho birds. Ihey aro paid very little be- uiiiei-s- n young physician had said on the subjjet of periments carried on boforo professors of the sides what they cat Now Yotk Sun. Llrer troubles clay eating. Chicago Herald. Michigan State university medical departv ith an instrument for tho ment, At tho beach hotel beware of the waiter transfusion of blood directly f font ono animal or iiorson with whiskers. A really good waiter never Tho Koportrr n mi Intcrtlnuir. BTANlfOHD. KY. into another. A correspondent declares that finds leisure to grow whiskers. Somervlllo A reporter, in tho courso of hU diurnal and rornillrariltulars, call on iany agaf tl Iba company, or it bids fair to ovoreomo tho only heretofore Journal. nocturnal perambulations, niw up against a Ajers rills. They lmo dono me mora e.r. t u. iioiwi: n a rvrr oxlsting obstacle to tho success of this opera... : vast deal of human naturo of ono sort nn.l .e.tifti good than any other medlelno I luno cer Tho now law In Now York Tirohibitins tho W. WALTON. tion tho cIottlng of blood, nnd dangers fob another. Tho modem taken." John Burdett, Troy, Iova, employment of children In factories will a budget of inliilaturo fashion of publishing U. H. . I!ecc.r.UX",S'0' juwjiiKirom injection or such clots. In the Inton lows ovory day, (iencraHjiacoa, Cotlngton, Ky. writes: "For nearly two jears my llfo experiments, a sick shcop-wa-s quotiug rcmarla that probably tho frjcal;er placed at one torco dO.OUU cliliareu out of employment. fa publlaUcd erery Tueaday and Friday at tbe was rendered nilserahlo by tho horrors cf end of tho Instrument and a healthy ono nt had not tho remotA Idea wero going into low rice of England has a Dicky Bird society, com- print, rurnblies many tho other, nnd n very vlsiblo change for the Dyspepila. 3Icdk-.i- l treatment afforded Illustration. Hardly better w a.1 tho result In tho sick ono. The posed of 100,000 children. Its aim is to en- a day goon by but what homoboJygots mad TITO DOLLARS YEAR. me only temporary relief, and I becamo other wns then allowed to blood as long courage protection of birds and animals. and says ho never said what ho is quoted as reduced lu flesh, nud cry much ilebllN "CHICHESTER'S E..OLISr7" as blood would flow, and was resuscisaying. Ho demamls a correction, nnd llio Orlirinnl nml Onl airimine' t&tcd. A friend of mine, who had been Advice on tho subject is plenty, yet tha tated by blood takeu from a calf. The ingcU it. But ho doesn't deervo It, and similarly afflicted, adxiscd mo to try ventor is said to havo boon a successful law- surest way to obtain a paid up dividend in ho knows it. The trouble is, not that ho did not Aycr's Pills. I did to, and with tho yer, whom ill health compelled to abandon llfo is to "keep digging." Jud Lafagon. say what was prinU-d-, -- OF ALL CLASSE- 4but that ho did happiest Maue PApiTD Jsi i . '. . rrturn mall. results. 3Iy food soon cead to his profession. Boston Transcript not want overj body to know tliat ho said ft. On $1,000,000 of cold coin shlt)nol (mm And so ho chorees it all un to tha rannrlor distress me, my nppotlto returned, and I Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. Ban Francisco to Now York thero is a low by and makes out that ho deliberately Imvo Muklng In a I'JrkwIrklau ScBe. became as strong and u ell as ever." falsified ForealebyDr.M.L.BOUBJK. Stanford. One peculiarity of the M ixicans I neglected friction of from $100 to ?2J0. tho rolurns. If the reporter wo guilty of to inonUon. If they meet & pretty woman on one-hatho crimes that aro omdited to him A. W. XV. Corcoran, tho Wasillllirtoil hnnlror. ho would bo a most monstrous monster. mo sirwt, Although an entiro stranger, they wetjrilillirrfforaauBj PioywirUatih.Weuitm Is 83 years old, and has given more than will say'to hWr'Tou nro s swoetl so pretty! neer Prcsj "Listener.'' to a Hava 'I rir.il. for chai ity. novo your no oucnso u meant, and tho FusarulMa a.i ta abl, India ..err lady is not expected to notice It Such a comTho Iopo' PiiblUhln? Ituuap. niKiurtKn ny tuimmnn. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL kuglf.autuiotlca.cat It pliment was paid a patty Boston girl In ItisroportodthutPopo Leo has purchased It has boon figured out tliat it costs $1,000 xriir,tTOf DB. J. 0. AYER & CO., Lowell, Ttu. AtcaH X LUk, And tbe IxiuUtIIIp- Moxioo city, nnd sho astonished her overy timo tho roll Is called In the house of tho Mignanelli palaco In ltomo for tho sum of iCessJealCs. For sale by all DruUt s. llultoa. N. V. IJOO.OOO, und Is fitting it up as a printing ednJrer by taking her parasol to him. ropresentativos. Obuaanad.1 and Okie. publllilng oHlco for religious work. New Now Orioans 1'icayuno. 8M by Draff Uu. Jay Oould took his photographic appa- York Graphic. ttkm 41.00. One year for only 8S two papori for little jrnrufa Hath. ratus with him on his Bar Harbor yacht trip, more than tbe price of one. Ofer you got plalndy vlsdom und not much Tho both In which tho Infamous Marat was IjIBB V HTTFrMAK, 8TANK0BD. KT. when Charlotto Corday rid tho world of him Cooerous acts shud'n niarth bchin' a brass pluck, tier grass vlll grow pooty cll your feets under. Carl Pretzel's National Weekly. 0 paying ua S3 yen will reoelre for one year boen sold by a priest of the dloceso of ban'. las Oarduor. l, W, V. WALTON, - - Proprietor yaur home paper wltb tbe XJ3IVn tbe Vonnes to a Taris waxworks showman. Tha raprountatlra newipaperof tho South, deuocrat-l- o BTANFOKD, KT. You will confer a faror cr the pablUbcr atid do for rarenue only, and tbe beat, prico was $1,000, which will bo dovoted to aad for a tarltf We need tbe money due ui for aulicrlptlen au iu tilse of Btsga, 20xB0, EUht complete rata oi latnlly weekly In United and yen ITotali tho uses of a religious school Bo3tou Tran would be oblljod to all In arrtm to remit at fir propr tblog h ardlnf tbe amount of your I My. fieatlDjj capacity, Including Rallary, Sots. brlshteatTboae- -sbleat dealre to examinethe aample 0g. Htatei. wbo PoreNllrone OrWe (h adulnliterrAl lulKilplloa alocoo. script. MlMKsUaratei to c'- -' atli nltti whes ouc. can do ao at I bli oiBce. qulud. opy of tt Courier-Journ- d appro-hensio- n A ITouso Near tho Hocking Volley Wlitro Ho Goes Onco n Year. Tho llttlo cottngo Is on tho vcrgo of tho Hocking valley, facing tho fair vakjf Must-InguTho Sheridan homo U i3ot pretentious. It Is a ttoryand a half cottage, which nestles In tho lnitLst of toll cedare nnd forest oaks There Is a wldo yard and nXng walk of nativo stones which leads to tho door. Thero was n delicious coolness under tho trees and a delightful viow. No ono was In sight, and wo sat on the porch U tho rockers, which Invite company. Tho door was ojien and disclosed n hall which was neatly furnished. Tho rooms on each sido wero rather richly dressed for a country cottage, nnd tho w nils with pictures of tho son nt almost overy stago of life. Mementoes of his experienco when ho was fighting tho Indians In Oregon nnd moro of his experienco In tho rebellion wero plenty and An old lady in a black tilk drcs3 suggestive. nnd black laco cap enmo out nnd warmly welcomed us. "A gentleman who wonts to seo tho mother of Gen. Sheridan, wns Iho manner of my Introduction. Tho old lady shook my hand with a warmth, which would have dono credit to a w omnn of 2u, and then sho Joined us on tho jxirch for n chat For a woman of 87 sho is remarkably and clear In conversation. In her face, waichis not at all emaciated, can be traced n resem-blauto her fuihous con. Of course tho sti-onco I.I ubiibeb nnmlkT Idnntlr, THaugmmerci&i M.lt... -- L.xmiton.Kr. U)WirM-- i HhhuI 8.14 Mcal otw all ctt.i Cpilcei. m Mftwest mm. Ilm HrwIilM, fat SriHB eT Hh.ktn !. MACKINACSummer Tours Q.aoJt-.eaidll.vl- ed JKE. f&wmmm J POWDE 1181-lx- Absolutely Pure- ( Miller & Chrpoutor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS llliirf-Qria- to-da- cer-tlfle- r Alt Be Warned , millehsduho MYERS HOTEL, STAKPOnp. KY. and its Imputation, Female College! Propr s REV. POPE, Prosidout, ric-tal- Albu-miuuri- a, eil ilay-oator- Kty-tliiv- Bright's Disease nl slx-lior- A Big Offer! four-hors- TIIBtEK VOLLAK UI i Prevented M lm il -- f' , s (vice-nrcaitle- ; ATER'S L.&N. 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