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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886092801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi w eeWl vol. xrv. Be Oay and Mirthful Henry Ward IJeecher in one fitrfiot Sum!mil. 1886. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, Temperance. of his re- NO. 163. OAHRARD VitVllnhvit Tttemlitua mid -- 4T Frtilavn eta i'BitAMNUM,oAmi. W. P. WALTON. understood If wecrodlt that 11.60 will be totted and demanded. A Kanras Te.mpeh.vnce Man The Hit. T. Ktdwiue, of Kanv, who recently retired from actlre rur ico in tho pulpit to open a hotel on 'cbrifllian pricciplc," ii, I l placed her arm around his neok and imprinted a huge kiss upon her rorebud mouth, she waa natura'Iy startled. "Sir," ahe said, 'hii ia InjuflVrablo" "Foroive mil" he cried. "I waa mad to act thus. I bg you, pardon co." "No, I can never forgive you, never. You have forfeited my You muit leive me at once friendahip aod ftrever." Vainly he pleaded; ahe was obdurate. Co glaring an oflenre could not be condemned. Aod so he aaid he would go His whole life would bs embittered, for he felt that her image could never be efUeed from his heart "I will go," he said 'I one uit a thaiiht sadly, ' bat bsfore I leMo there ia one boon TliKEnTiliNns fill scholar," aaya Hlhop Wnipp e, "who that I would nk. I feel that I am not told uie that fr Tiara he read eTrr book in diiin. and expecting that he ro lid whloh aaaill the reiiglun tf Je you will grant thia one little fTor " "What etia Chii-t- , and he raid he ahould barn Iaii?"ehe akd, gentiy, toilshed by hia nn inflJel but for three thing: Firet; emotion. "Won't you please tako your from liqjor.A manwhodocsn'tdrhikliquor simply because he sin not gat it If a I am a mai, I am going romewhtre. To arme from around mv neck?" drunkard at heart and needs conversion. night I am a day nearer the grave than I There would appear to be a great deal of Holeton Methodist. waa laal night. I have read all ruclt hooka Lincoln county has juat. given a ma cm tell me. They ahed not one eolitary human simplicity In Boston We have ray of hope up n the darknea. They heard a greit deal about iU culture and ila joiity of over 200 in favor of prohibiehall not take away the only guide and dignity, bat the affectionate tonJernes of tion. There was a hot Gjht all along the leave me atone blind. Second: I have a tho uaton .trials of an rqoally euperiorand line on both sides, and the victory is real mother I aaw her go down into the dark touching quality They havedoga in Norton, ly a grand one for the prohibitionists. The valley where I am going, and ahe leaned I don't know what they call them there.but hardest part of the btttle, however, is yet upon an unaeen arm aa calmly a a child they have them. To tWe who believe to come. It is one thing to exact a law got to alcep upon the breaat of ila mother that nothing but heavy literature ia per- and it is another to enforce it. A law not I know that waa not a dream. Third: I mitted there, to provo that they have relax enforced is worse than no law, beciuso the have three motherless daughtera (and he ation. aod amusements and aymp&thetlc non enforcement of a law brings the whole aaid it with teare in hit eyea.) Tny have occupation, let me quote from a letter from law into contempt. We have fought the a lady in that city to a friend here: battle in this county, and may say, have no protector but myeelf. I would rather "You will havo to excure a short letter, won the victory both ways. Prohibition in thia ainful kill them than leave them world if you biot out from it all the teach-ing- a because I am very busy. I am bringing here prohibits. It has b;en at a great cost up nino Newfoundland pupa on the bottle, but it is worth the money. If aay one of the Uoa pel." and it'a an engroing duty." doubts this, let him come here and take a They did hot Rkiun. Oentlameo," look al our criminal docket of the last five Tne name of JtiTdraon Divia will alwavs aaid an old.fiihioneJ Biltimire merchint, and he will bs convinced Williamsburg ai he called hia e'erka around him, "I have thrill the Southern heart; and whateyer is Times decided to mike a new departure. I ehall dear to Jtfl;raon Davis will always be Broken' Technicalities. pit in a cuiMsr wh will herea'te: hanlle cherished by the Southern people not beA bull is one who operates to taiao tbe " cause the Southern people are disloyal, but all the tainer aod ra iko aft. the change Ther? wi s grett MaittiiiVAin' theai because JfI;rion Davis waa their leader in value of stocks, that he may buy for a rite. A bear is one who cells stocks for future at once, with tin Iters 1 fireUJ abjit re a time of trial and shared their defeat, hudelivery, which he does not own at the miliation and woe. It waa a graceful com algning, "Jliit, gentleman," he ontlnnoJ, "to pliment, then, that was paid to JeQarson time of salo. A corner ia when the bears can not buy prove that thia atep ia no iinputitloi on Davis when the old veterans w!io had folor borrow tbe stock to deliver in fulfill your honealy, I will arjo tj advance every lowed the now furled banner to victory, of clerk' ;) to cot r the amount he has and did not desert it in defeat, crowned the ment their contracts. Overloaded ia when the bulli can not in old Chieftain's lovely daughter a tbe child habit of forgetting to been in the take and pay for the slock the have pur Louisville tho drawer at uitfnt I'leaaj hand in your of the doid Confideracy. chased. " Times. figurca thia afiernoou Short ia when n person or party tells Tne new departure wh Inaugurate! "l8upp'ja?,"stid Dumley.after he hid a ainjle rcalgnation bilng otTared registered, to (he hotel clerk, "that when a stock when they hare none, and expect to without Wa'l S reet guest haa no bij.gigo his personal appear- buy or borrow in lime to deliver or any Gjurei aiibmltted Long Is when a person or party has a New. ance has more or leea to do with making plentiful supply of stocks. A young nun at the riak of hia life, aav tiitu pay in advance' A pool or ring is a combination formed cd a young girl from drowning. Her grate "O , yea," replied the cteik. "In this to control tbe price of stocks. (til Cither, in a voice treouiloua with emo- bmlne-ewe eoon learn to at i a man up A broker iasiid to carrr stocks for his tion, aaid: "N)hle yoith, to you I am in- Will you have your trunk sent to your cii'tooier when he has bought aud is hold-lo- g th-makei llfo dear room, Mr.-- cr debted for everything Djuilej?" it for his account. to me Wnich reward will you take, $200,-0- 00 "No, I haven't any baggage. I only exA wash is a pratended sale by special "I'll take the pect to bo in town a day or so." or my diujlitei?" agreement between buyer and seller, for the daughter," replied tbe hero, thinking there "Four dollars, pleaae." purpoeo of getting a quotation reported. got both the girl nnd the money b;t) A put and call is when a person gives eo "Dearest, I love you. F.y with me," "You have well choeen," replied tho gratesaid a base bill player to his best girl. "I muoh per cent, lor the option of buying or ful father, ' I could not have given you the selling eo muoh stock on a certain fixed day, S'JOQOOOjuat yet anyhow, aa I have not would," said the fair one, "oolr it would at a price fixed the day tbe option is given. Said up that amount, being only an ed nevorbasuec8"i" "Why noi?" "Well, yet know, you aro always caught on a fly, jtor, but my daughter ia youra for life. Go' fou To measure lumber multiply the length and " I'nt he ran his gong and tied. bleia you my children " -- Poiladclphia in feel by the width in inches, and divide Item. New York has three Slate prisons at by 12, When of varying width find avSir John Lubbock, who baa epant many Auburn, Clinton, Sing Sing, The total erage width by taking half sum of end Thus a year in studying tho habits of ante and in number of convicts ia gradually decreasing widths, and proceed aa before. aecta, haa at preeent in hia posaetaion one of year by year, although the population Is pieco of lumber, 10 feet long, 10 inches ever exhibiied. increasing, Sing Sing haa elxty four pria wide at one end and 2G inches wide at the theatrangeatdomeatiopeta other, would have 10 and 20 are 'M; one ia a tame waap, which recognizes hia oners serving life eeutcncej It half is eighteen inchee, average width; mulcomer at his call, eat) sugar from hie voice, The land In n highway bilongs half and tiply by 10 and divide by 12, equals 24 hand and allows him to stroke it with hia half to the owners ot tbe ad lining land, feel. portion of Its anatomy finger, even on that and may be used in any way by such ownRipening Tomatoes. Where vines have where its sting Is situated. The waap seems ers not prejudicial to the practically sole grown at will and without support the first to be happy In it captivity, and al right vuled in the public, uamely the right an "outing," at though it greatly erj fruit set is apt to rot beforo ripening. A of passage. green tomato if fully grown will become Sir John'n command it promptly returns Anlllinois judge has decided that cider colored and fairly good if plucked and kept to ita bottlo, which it eeems to regard as its Is intoxicating. Everybody who bai ever In a warm place by a aunny window or by home. are advertising rat tucked bard cider through a straw knows tbe fire. It is the heat which causes the Ban Fraociaco papers and rqiilrrel poison that ia aaid to have tho that, but what a blow it will be to many fruit to change either on or off the vine and often when nights are cool the tomato is excellent qualities or killing: the animal, prohibitionists to find it out. drying up its instdes, and tanning tte akin The Smith family of New Jeraey, held less chilled in the houae than out of doors, f An efiort is being made to throw the enA certain rich man aaya of his wealth: their annual reuuion at the headwaters what I have olten sighed for, even the Karitau river recently, There were tire weight of the Methodist Church In fa"This is Smiths -i- ncluding 079 plain John vor of prohibition, in the coming elections cried for, sometimes lied for, and nearly Smiths present. throughout the country. died for; why should I let it slide fo?" a ba-co- according to renin, aurr: jaded in his new uilaaionary nl?rprlau bejrond hia foudeit hope', and ii brinxim; the eanctuarr and lil barroom into auch c'oo relaltam that all hid old friend are hlnolutely cd. One of hia Ingenious plana for mikloR a good profit on hU whUkv tul Ht thoaatne time dlacour.'Ra exce'eWe drinking, ia aa ollowa: A larjij placard framed in glata and hung tiit ot r the clock behind the bar beara thia inrcription: "The Rood bok teachea ua that to accure entrance into the kingdom of heaven ve muat become aa little child nn Moral -- Little children are alwaya aalbOtd with light diinka" Another infcr'.ptloi oter the door reada: "Eat-eraobeautifully aaja, 'We loae the beat part of life by letting little pleasures of life ia chief illp by ua. MjmI -- A light 'n-among, the little plraiurea of life, hut anything orer a fincr and a half ia an abomination in the eight of the Lard." Oiber eigne inculcating the lame lereone of moderation are acallcred Mont, ml, to employ a crown all, the atalwari ' bjimcrr" to look afier auch atony, hearted and depraved cuilomera aa refute to ouform ts the advice and au;gcUlona laid down fur the protection of (heir tnor ala. Clrirch puop'e throughout the Htaie are watching the rererend seollemanV ex. perimenl with abtorb'ng interait, alter) Jel, it tonal be oonfoMed, by aoma flight mia Letter giring. - Topi-kn cent Sunday sermons said. "To all the young that are coming Into the church I say, bs youtij, be gay, be hopeful, be mirthful. If QoJ haa given you a sparkling deposition, thank Clod and educate it. While it ia not tho end of your life lohavo the joy that comes from theao qualltlo", it la the privilege of your life to perform all your dutiea under its in fluence and they can he performed in no other way ro well. The world noods juat such a development of Christianity. Tho world la full of asrrow; it needs cheer. It ia full of doipondencj it nojds hope. It is full of C9wardica; it needs ciiiMge. It travails in pain; it neodi a healthful atmos phere, sweet and balmy end radiant. It wants a alnglng Christianity. It wants tho mesaerger of C.irlat to bea light bearer Hnd no man has a right to make a dark lantern to fjo homo and open the light to himself and family alone Tnur that ctrry a burdensome, woe million face dishonor (led. It ia contrarr to Hia saying. It is saying substantially to the world that all hope, all the promiaa of tbe divine presence, all the love rrblch ia poured like an atmosphere around about ua every day from tho bosom of Jmus Christ, is falso and wrong, The man that carries n doubting, wearied, sad dened faco misinterpret the religion of UarUt." Own Ladt Request He had never told hia love, their acquaintance had been a vry short one, and when he bad suddenly Great Britain keeps a wholesale account of the amount of money spent by her people for drink and the statistics have recently been published. The expenditure in 1885 was about $ 010,0000 000, or $15,000,000 leas than in 1831. Tne world ia full of suffering, but my deepest pity is reserved for womanhood re- COUNTT DEPART MENT. Tblsold and Hotel it ttlll maintaining Its line reputation. Chin-n- t m. Located on or near plka In tbe vicinity ol Danville Bpccial attention to the trarellng Tne Udits of the Fork Church, who public . or Stanford, or In the Camp Dick Ilobln-oneighgve a sacred concert at that place several borhood, tn Oarrard county. Land must be good, XElVCOItn, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky, with comfortable bouse, good atablee, fences. Ac. weefca ago, will present a repetition of same Address O. BOX OX, Danville, Ky. 13,500 canb. Lancaster. E. W. Llllard bought of J. C. Robinson brick store room on the public pquare 'or NEWCOHIB HOTJ3I. A good tenant wanla to rent, for a term of years, 1 MT. VERNON, KY. well-kno- An A Farm of 200 to 300 Acres, o r. .,-,- v., " alizing tbe dreadful fate of tho victim cf the Tuscan tyrant a loving, sensitive and delicate life fastened to the rotting death of drunkenneea. -- TJohn O. Whittl r. There is a par.eh in Loui-iawheic prohibition is enforced and tbey usu the jail for Storing corn. Better store corn in the jail and let men be free than to convert it into whisky and store tbo whltky In tbe men and the men with the whisky in the jill Caicago Lsader. A Milwsukee piper reports that in that city there is ono saloon to every 23 Vetera, and as half the people do not drink, every 13 drunkards must support otic fa'oor. This suggests tho question: "How many women take in within; (o snpport the 13 drunkards who support each saloor.?"' It ii said a Massachusetts manufacturer, who employs 700 men in the sm&ll town where bis facturies are located, recently presented each man with a new $10 bill which he had previouily marked for Identification. Tne second day afterward 410 of these hills had been deposited in the va rious banks by aaloon keepers, and in con sequence the workmen are said to bare or ganissd a tempcranco society. The euccesu of prohibition does not mean the total extinction of drunkenneu, but its reduction to a minimum. Murder is pro hibited, but it ii not totally prevented: so with other crime). Prohibition Is a sue cc! if it reduce drunkenness lower than other mttbed. In every state whero It has been tried this result ha? been attained. That is why tha"fanjtlc" ara bant on hav ingitlnMUsouri.-Rj- v. W. II. Black, St. Louis. Genuine temperance sentiment is essential to the obtaining and enforcing of pro hibltlon lawB, Temperance workers should no', therefore, direct their whole attention to etcuring legislation, but should discuss temperance principles in all their bearings. They should labor not only to keep liquor away from tho peopla, but the people away next Friday evenir.g. -P- I'. reiaetheLrdl Brother Birnrs will begin his meeting here next Monday, Oct. 4 h, He will preach nt the Opera Home, I will deliver Ice to regular customer! In Stanford and vicinity orery morning at in cae the court houao is ccoupied. ICE! ICE! IC22! Oiie Cent l?arm For Sale ! E la Barker, cf Nicholasville, is viriting Mrs W. O. Mies Fannie H.arrioon, a Lebanon beauty, is the guet of Mis Lida Jennings Congressman James B MtCreary was in town Monday, ming ling with hljmsD7 friende. Larcistir friends have recolved invitations to the marrisge of Miss Maud Duckworth and Mr. Henry L. Qiieenberry, at Winchester, next Wednesday. Mis Duck-wcr- h waa a popular popil at Garrard Female College two years ago. Tho annual convention of the W. C. T U, which wai In sejsion here last week was mile well attended nnd is said to havo been one of the mot Interesting onoo cTer held in State A number of celebrated workers were preeent who lectured each afternoon and evening. Amelia Embry didn't know It was loaded when she pointed n pistol at Charlie Owens' 3 year old child Sunday evening. The weapon was discharged and the ball went crashing through the brain of the little one, earning injuries which will likely prove fatal. The parties are colored. Mr. M. D. Huges haa sold tho fixtures, good will, & , of the Centra Kcntudy Kats to ujn .Mullins, of this county, for $1,000. Mr. Wm. A. Mullins, a son of the purchaser, will take charge of tho naner and rnn. tinue publication aa a democratic organ. Mr. JIuIIIns Is a graduate of the Ohio Slate Normal School and well fitted to become a newspaper man, Here's hoping he may succeed. In retiring from journalism, Mr. nugbos does so with the hearty goodwill of all with whom he has been thrown in contact. To your correspondent has ho b?cn obliging, and his klndneea win uevcr be forgotten. M-V- s abundant of atoVk water. Fencing tba clou of each month, or eflordlng anrepair. all in good M set grass; baf-anwhrnrustomirqults. fn cnlt ration acrci welleaay. in I'cSelsior. Terms 122-- tr given (September R.E.ItAMtOW. and crop now on 20, 18S6. Will aleo sell tho atock the larm. Apply to JWrmitSOX 1'JiYTOX. JIACK BUUCE'3 "a" ttanford, Ky. Accountsdueat Per Pound. I will sell prlrately my farm of 82 acres, altua-te- d on tbo Lancaster pike, 1JJ mllea from Stanford, In a rood nelghoorhood. It has upon It a Una dwelling house containing 8 rooms; good els- tnoyoorj good barn and all necessary outbuildings; four nerer ratlin springe on the place Buggy & Implement House. I havenaw Stanford Female' College, STANrOItl), A KY. Full Lino of Whoat Drills and other Agricultural Implomants, The Next Session Opens September Beat Jes a 1. Pull Lino ol Buggies and Wagons Alwaya on hacd. In connection wllh my Implement business, I will alto carry a Noted for Health, Comfort, Home Oare, Good Discipline, well Qnalified and Effloient Teachers, Thorough Training and wide soopo of Instruction, toault the mental tastes and capacities of ruplla. For Catalogue apply to 110-2- m Complete Stock or Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as Graduate! In threo different courtot, arranged Low ns any one. I solicit a share of your patronage, .Respectfully, "2-tr- t'EX. 8. VA XTOX, Prcildent. r I. a. ntVCE. WUOLH3ALE BOURSE: MOM VNIENCX I TIMBER & LUMBER, 22 West Swan Street, Ko Traveler Returns Sick! BUFFALO, N. Y. While a circus was parading at Kings ton, Ctnada, recently, a waon containing a den of lions was overturned and the top of the den knocked off. A fire was built arourd the cage to keep the lions in until rrpairt were made, and then the wagon wib righted by tbe aid of two elephants. hundred babies are born in the Uaitei States every day, but a man neyer thinks of the other 3,109 when he is conuned tn a railroad car with a cherub that wantj to see if it is possible to howl louder than the engine can whistle. Tnirty-lw- o In these tight times each buyei should consult Aa?bl2dMiii,Jhlc,iIlf,d ChhitnKutBa1k7aPeh.erIlTckor.lnBurl'C bis own Interests. Why should you giro one an article when you can buy the White and Itedoikaad same thing from another lor 40c. To do tblsls not C. S.VJt', J ustlce to yourself or family. Southern A cent, In tbe next pltce, you shoull bestirs to get good J531t Stanford, Ky. articles. Poor goods are dear at any price. Nowhere la this more ao than in Medicines. You might as well pay 80c an ounce lor aaw dust as fo Inert medicines. Bourns has lust received bis lsrgottcckol KTcrrartldo fresh from tbe manufacturers. II o now has the nicest and cheapest selection of fancy goods, ahow caso articles, Ac, Ac. The celebrated Lamire'a Spectacles aud eye glasses a tpcclalty. The lust brands ol mixed palntt every can warranted. 8plendld Jewelry, roa tcwlcg uiacblno goods, anglers' goods, artists' Washington, Philadelphia and foods, chromos. frames, lames, brushes, looki ol all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for tho How York, dear grandmas, manen aunts and the smartest ba. Tbo only line running by In tho business-- all at i. GHESMU KEffl 01 fly Kcriliiclcj'a IJonto Enst Dr. M, L, Bourne's New Drajr Store, (Stanford, Ky. PULLMAN NEW SLL'El'IXO CAHS -- AHD A SOLID TRAIN FK0X Ague Cure Malarial potaons. AYER'S Louisville, Cincinnati Lexington, to Washington Oity, g In the same depot with Conn-clin- t Kr. One colored preacher in the 8outh praj-e- d IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and Acue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lte mlttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, DcnRuc (or ISrcnk-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and alt diseases arising from Direct Eoute to Lynchburg. Norfolk and all Virginia ifcndJvorln Carolina Points. Information, apply to rirrnlMM1tl.lck0.to.ffieoor Bdlre" W. W. Mon roe, Agent, Lexington, Ky. 2d Vice Fast Trains for Now York. The fte.ld.nt: with great earnestness upon the arrival of a well known brother in the field: "O Lord, 'nointdls yer dear brudder wid de kerosiue He of saibrashun and set him on fire" The beH way to clean a chromo, Ethel. is to lay it in soak In turpentine overnieht and then hang it before an open fire to dry. Hang it cloee, E.hel; hang it cloee. Push one corner unler the grate a couple of fn:his.-Boai- "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. "For cigliteen months suf-ere- d xvitli Chills and 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. EDWLY HARPER." I I Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. flne.an5tJ;:?.B.oSckSfm0,t pi aihtos r t!Mj "-- Richmond. Virginia. 0.ffi?J&l. on Saturday Evening Ga-utt- e. Dr. J. Women's milt; is sold on tho streets in some of the Cairo e cities for tho sustenance of Infante aud old people, it being believed peculinrly nourishing to Bged persons. Tho Sores, 6alt Mieum, Forcr Borei, Tetter, Chapped UnJj, Chilblain-- , Corn-aallBklo Eruption-- ., and positively cures Piles, or no pay rpj ulred. I, la guaranteed to giro porfect aa tltfactlon, or money refunded. Price 2J ecats por box. For eale by TOErAnED by C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druista. . mass. Fi,Vf PIANOS ANI ORGANS m"8?' 1o "J1' IUIIM cll-- r L'TeT Inattumcnt ia t.....,.v.v, 1886 THE mu uenierB tUK for ih C0ORIER.J0CRNAL. ANOBUaNOf -- sse Tho TVorld-rcnoiTii- Kunbo, Bucklen's Arnica Sahe belt Satre In the worM lorCuti. Urulaci LIVING IDEAS AMD LIVE ISSUES. ax cneut or 3Innniollea, 01lnrch!sin, nnd Spirit of Sectional Strlf,. Th rvurlr-Jourr.ul t!i- - Decker & Sou, tbe Poimlar Everett nnd tbo Rcllablo Xetr England tbe Fa-mo- ils rinnos, - Penny A MeAlliler. tVonderful Cures. W.D. Hoyti Co., wholesale and retail Drug gilts ol Home, Ua., aay: "We have hma telling Dr. Klng'a Kew Disco-crElectric Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Baho for two ycara. Hare niv-c- r handled gooda that aell a well, or glre auch universal satisfaction. There bare been some wonderiul cures effected by these medicine In thia city. Several caiea of pronounced Consumption baro been entirely cured by the usa ol a lev bottles of Dr. Klcc'a New Dlscorerr. taken In conncc. tlon with Electric Bitters. Wo guarantee them always. Bold by Penny A McAllster. (1) y, oj tho South. I DcmocMt'C h. illtli-- , nn f flmt, Int. rdJ all tlio I lino u (or a reduction ol tho War Taxes at K-v. Ivpl3 ty tho tarlif now lu force. tive Ntwspaetr (llr.xcr Wattcbiom liwf). It thu act.uuT.loign.1 Representa- Tho Celebrated Olough and Warren and the John Ohurch & Oo. Organs. ndIpi2eCa?mWUnUnt0 Wltb tl. tin . h. uforM,alSues, term SpftUl Ae'is. RM.Carpen-i,Jr.M,.PW.,,J,..m fj. .1. COOK, -- The Weekly Ii the I'nlti-- Matro, mil f. rt.io iiuntity and quality ut matter tlut ai'iK-arIn euh of It, It la the liitAprsT. Ita leltjraphlo newa fuullilet tiiiteluss any other pan r. an It 1ms tho tenia of tlio writer uml in tho country. ltprfenttlioncv$oMhameck from 'ryn-ctloof the World. llRhettaitemuii-rbruuhi'Ut n errata r number of Serial and Short Sterna by prominent aud ipiiUr writers than an) of tlio WrIj. priced uiajrailin-- . t Is.-r-.e lt n Courier-Journ- Or ROSE It. Itcfercncetj-- A. - mCBAKVS&tfi: n, weekly newspaper pnbllnhM In allt 1 curni-Hiiuleu- ts It. Penny, Mta. oore and James ijaa-.""SS'o llolwra. Crab r- an'!rM,"Ijindraui and Jlltt Lizzie UutT-uiaLanca-tr- , Ky. lS3lyr s tli-a- It Is In every Paper. tupvct u Model Political anj Famllj An Enterprising, Reliable House. Penny A McAllster can alwaya ba relied upon not only to carry In stock the best of everything but to securo tho Agency for auch articles as haTo n merit, and are popular with the people, thereby sustaining tbe roputatton ofbelng alwaya enterprising and ever reliable. Having the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affection ol tbe Throat, Lungs and Chest, and to show our confidence, welnvlt) youtocall nd get a Trial Bottle Free. (1) alio; great In cntorprlwj grist in ability; great In Its correctness of Information; great in Tnrlety; great In orery ami pftliovord. It It tin paper that trtrylvJythouW hate. To bo vlthout It Is a great opportunity lot. Thoo nl u onca taUe it aro not Milling to bo without It In their hornet. Krtsat In Tho Wookly Courier-Journhas by far tho Larcest Circulation ofnny Democratic Newspaper in Amorica. It It arknonlMirr-- by rrcts and penpl throughout the United Mates to ba a great al OHIO k MISSISSIPPI frnm I W The direct through line and old established route Louisville & Cincinnati to 8t. Louii nuu nn pomis in tno west. Two (2) Dally Trains from Iulsrllla to St. Loula. -Only creat variety aro otfrrvd fivo til ) early tubtcrib-r- . On of a nqiieit for tbein, v tend frea cl charoe a simplo copy of Weekly ant eur Prwnluiu giving our full lUt of premium, to auy addru. t Courier-Journ- FREE PREMIUMS. A list of and uwful premiums liHiid-oin- e of Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a Through Slooping Car From Clnclnatl to 3t. Loult. mm irom ...v(.jf.uj St. Loult. to 10 hours from Loulirllle to St. Loult. Cincinnati and Cincinnati Positive Cure for Piles. STJESCItlPTION to the people ol this county wa would aay that we havo been given the Aganoy of Dr. Marcblsl'a Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed tocura cr money "refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching Pllaa. y Price 60c a box. For sale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists, Daughters, Wires and Mothers. guarantee Dr. Marchtsl'a Female Kemedy, t cure Female Diseases, auch at Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down falling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o 1 Llfc.Leuchorrhcea, besides many weaknea seatprlcg-in- g from tbe above, like Ueadache, Bloating, Spl-Nervous Debility, Weakness, Bleepletroras, s. Palpitation ol tho Ucari, Ac. For tale by Prlcea ft and SI SO per bottle. Bead to Dr. J B. Marcbtsl, Utlca, N. Y,, for pamphlet, free. Fortalobr Penny A MaAllater, Druggists. We emphatically al Drug-gist- WeeUy, ono year, including a frco premium 1.50 Weekly, toclubsuf five audover, without premium, eurh ,... J.J( For every club cf five namtt teat ua at ono time, tho tender ot club will be atnt aa a present any one et our Ireo premiums aelacted by him. (except Kuudu)), our. ear $10.00 Ml y, (except hundayj, six moritht 6.1HJ OaIIv, (except Siindaj), ono month . 1.0D Suii.y, (.r, ) ear 2.U0 buuday, lx tiuiitliJ 1,00 No traveling aarntt aro employe.! by the Courler.Ju'inmt, bu t n pood loraluiren I Is wanted fir It In every community, to whom a liberal raih cimmixlon la allowed. If the Courier Jouraal hat no local ageut In your neighborhood, tend to nt fir our A.-ent-'t Com-lnj Outfit, which wotend fneof charp. All TEBMS. '.ltb,0?,7 HMfunoln-- j through from LouIitIiC and Cincinnati to St. Loula, all other route mado up of a combination of small roads. ' " Tho Ohio . A Mfuls-lp- pi The O. &M -.. HleeplM Cars on nlgfit tralus; , u7 unu ucyani way ea on all tnln. ferabr other rnni... Railway runa Palatial coach DfcPOTd with dlrerglng lines by tbeO. A M. Railway, thuaaToIdlng troblesomo tranaT fcpbt, ordtr. rriur.ts fir outtltt, tic, thould boudJred to W. H. HALDEMAN, tampu 3,-0- rrull CwiWt J.onil Co., K",,Jr th only Una between Loulsrille, Cincinnati and ft. Louis under one management, running all ita trains through tolld and in eonsequenea Is recognized Flrat-ClxKonte be- tween thoae Cltlet. inipl7i,0it'ckM Aen, of connecting linos for as to ratea, time, or any desired Informatlon.'or write to clrcuMrt ' st KT w. M rset.'Ky. M. PEAnof-v-. ir y siUTrtJc. Pret. and Oeu'l M.a'gr. Qen. Paaa. Ag t, Clcclnoatl, 0. u' "' -- lrrTTYirr. r T" rT - M FaiKND3of that Chesterfieldan polltl cian, Col. Thomas L. Jones, will regret to hear that his health is permanently broken and that he will likely appear no more upSeptember 28, 1880 on the hustings. The Colonel was never Stanford, Ky., the mo-- t brilliant of men, but he combined with Bome good horse sense an urbanity W. P. WALTON. and gentleness of manner that bespoke him the thoroughbred gentleman. Of late years ho has been unfortunate in realizing his DEMOCBATIO TICKET. ambitions and his failure is supposed to be For Cong-ei- s, the cause in part of his present deplorable Mrs. Beseie M. Suarall, wife of Judge hville for the year Just cloeed shows that there were 2,722 deaths, more than half as J, K, Sumrall, died Friday evening at the usual being from consumption and the family residence, in this county, of heart trouble. 8h,e had been in rather delicate next largest number from pneumonia. health for a year past, and while spending tho summer at Chautauqua was prostrated with the disease which ultimately caused her death. Her last Illness begun nbout a week ago, and became bo violent that her condition has been regarded as almost hopeless for several days. People who left Danville years ago will remember her as Miss Bessie Moore. Much of tho remark able beauty and all the grace of her girlhood days remained with her to the end. She was a daughter of the late Collins Moore. Her aged mother, her husband, two sons, and a little daughter survlye her. A Chicago Lore Alair. "My marriage was a very rommtic one," said a Chicago gentleman at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, who is on his bridal tour, "The lady's former husband was an intimate friend of nilno. He was a good fellow, but he didn't use her well. Altho' a centleman in meet respects, he was so un fortunate an to hive the drinking habit and and occasionally while in liquor he raised the deuce in the domestic circle. Both he and the lady were accustomed to come to me for advice after theso affairs. 'Get a dlyorce,' says I at last. 'Agreed,' says they and they shook hands on it. Then they separated, pending the result of the legal proceedings. I visited the lady in her retirement several times. 'Frank,' said the husband, 'don't you think you had better not call on Lizzie while this divorce business is in progress?' 'Why, Bob,' says I, what the mischief have you to do with the matter?' 'I don't like It,' says he. 'But,' sayi I, 'as she's getting a divorce from you and you are consenting, what difference can it make to you who calls on her?' 'Frank,' said he, looking me straight in the eye, 'do vou mean to marrr Lizzie?' 'Well, Bob,' says I, 'the idea never occurred to me be fore, but now that you suggest It, I don't kriow but what I will. Do vou think she will be likely to favor the Idea hertelf ? I'm blessed, continued the Chicago man, if the fellow didn't begin to fight the divorce from that minute. We downed him, of course, but he's still cool aud even refused to attend the wedding. However, when we get home my wife will manage to smooth him down. She knows his ways, you understand. There's nothing so painful to me as a break in an old friendship, and we bath really like Bab very well, In spite of San Franclscp Post. his faults." ike utaMmeut of itie mortality lu Luu OAtiVILLE. BCrLC CQUl.'l Y m JA31ES IS. McCREARY. 01 Madison. Ramsn, Senator Thur-birin a speech acknowledging a seren-an- d at Cincinnati, laid among other things that he would never again hold ofEce of Referring to the any kind whatever. strength of his democracy he added: "I am fast trnveliogdown the shady side and will soon be numbered among the past. But when I am dead and gone, my friends, when I am laid awar In mr resting place, If any of you should ever stumble orer my grave, I hope that you may stop and think that there lies a man who was always a democrat and whose every desire and hope were for democratic success. My public record, I think, will bear me out in that; and I know this, that when my last sun seta I will see it through democratic eyes." That noblo old d, Last February Wilbur Wilson playfully pointed a gun at his friend, John Breathitt, when the weapon was discharged, killing him instantly. Wilson was indicted for involuntary manslaughter and at his trial at Hopkinsville the juy completely surprised him and bis counsel by bringing in a verdict of three months' imprisonment and $250 fine. The result would have been more gratifying if the penalty had been ten times as severe, though bo far as example is concerned it would be valueless. Impious idiots who point weapons at people would have their silly iun if the penalty was immediate death. A childless woman of New York, who had centered her whole afltctions upon a poodle, lost the little nuisance by death last week and like to have lost her own life by the shock of grief that it produced. She could not bear the idea of having the so ahe , body thrown into the procured a handsome rosewood coffin, with handles of solid silver and a plate of the tame metal bearing tho dog's name and the date of his death and actually had it buried in her own lot in the cemetery. ash-barr- The red hot fight for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Louisville district between Willis and Caruth has been temporarily cloeed by the failure of Mr, Willis' voice. It would break down any man's voice trying to explain such in. explicable things as he endeavors to do. All the signs are to the effect that his yoice will not be needed in the next Congress, however. In other words a mugwump will mako way for a democrat. The Tmle and Labor Astembly in Louisville started to investigate the jusUce of the sentence of the Chicago anarchist;, but after consulting about the matter, very witely decided to let it alone. The courts have found the rtscals guilty and labor unions and what nots should accept the verdict without question. Any other course must bring their assosiations into popular contempt. An exchange very neatly calls attention to tho unfulfilled prediction of the republicans that should Cleveland ba elected the colored people would be put back into Blavery and tho rebel war debt be paid. When Cleveland is renominated, as ho will and should ba, the opposition will have to invent other and more plausible lies than these haye proved. It looks like young Rhea will down Haleell for thn nomination for Congress In the 3 J district after all. The vote now bo far as can be counted shows him in the lead, but the convention at Franklin is to Eettlo the matter, and in such bodies the longest pole, unless there is plenty of lucre at the end, does not always knock the per simmon, Wiggins, finding that his prediction of death and destruction was ecaring people into fits, is trying to wiggle out of it by Baying no danger may be fear ed this side of the equator. That'a all right. The people on the other side are mo:e used to be shaken up than we and can stand it better; at least we prefer them to try it. weak-minded The Hon. George M. Thomas, who was nominated for Congress in the 9.h district, has not yet signified his consent to run. Without the hope of reward in a good, fat office as formerly, republican candidates are not halt so spry as they once were. and They don't want to get hopelessly dofeate i for nothing. brow-beaten paragraph compll A heatly-toune- u mentary of us and none the less appreciated became it was unexpected, appears in the last Issue of the Jessamine Journal, now owned and edited by Mr. J. M. Kerr, who is constantly demonstrating his ability to fill both positions. The readers of the the Louisville limes, and they are legion, will be delighted to learn that Mr. Young E Allison, one of the brightest of men and most pleasing of writers, has taken the position of editorial writer on that able and always interesting sheet. Between Gov. Knott and Brother Barnes, Falcon manages to work off his accumulation of bile, which could only bo engendered by the frequent potations' of a very mean quality. It is a pity that a man who can write so beautifully, ehould put his talents to so poor a we. pnaroaalu iHtuu, Oeu. "RioBoy" Lee was nominate! for ikaft-.VJrfflntr. district. He h j.aaanot tJeii.RjbitE. Lie. The Treasury officials have recommended that the $75,000 tax due by John Q. Roach, of Louisville, on 1.834 barrels of whisky destroyed by fire at the Rich distil lery at Unlontown in 1834, be remitted. Tin to thia time the democrats have made 193 Congressional nominations and the renubl cans 149. Over 00 democrats condition. have been replaced by new men, and over A coroner's jury la California returned thirty republicans have been put away to a verdict after "setting on" a man killed In A call for a National convention of a gambling house, that he came to bis and re death from lead poisoning. This is cap- distillers, brewers and wholesale wine, spirit and beer dealers, baa been tail ping the climax with a vengeance. made to meet In Chicago. October 18th, to was A merchant In Mt, Sterling, who consider the growing question of prohibi considered pretty solid, has just made an tion. ssslcnment. with liabilities stated at $25- ,Springfield boasts of the largeit wo She Is 21 years 000, and his aosets at $32 lie evidently man In Central Kentucky. understandr the business. of age, 5 feet high, 5 feet 4 around the waist, arm 24 inches at shoulder, wrist 15J Inch MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. es, calf of leg 26 Inches, and weighs 050 Sixteen thousand saloons are visible pounds. from Trinity spire, New York. John Tribble. a prominent cilixen oi Forty-fi- ve miners were killed by an Madison, committed suicide because of fexplosion of fire damp in Germany. inancial embarrassment. He took six grains The Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd ofstrvchnineand walked around talking Fellows will meet next time in Columbus, with his family before he lay down to rise 0. no more. Judge Jackson's U. S. Court will be Much excitement was created at Rus- gin its fall session in Louisville next Mon-da- sellville Saturday by the discovery near that place of the decomposed body of Ben The Cincinnati Board of Publio Works F. Stroud, who last July attempted to kill is under arrest for stealing $15,000 from the Wm.Newhalland Tim Mahoney, of tne city. O. & N. railroid. The contractors have already begun to A case of wholesale poisoning is re lay the rails on the Mammoth Cave rati ported from Arkansas, about a dozen persons road. being poisoned by water from a well in Henry George has been nominated for which Raugh on Rita had been placed. A mayor of New York by the Central Labor feud, growing out of a divorce case, was tne Union. cause of the crime. Senator Yoorhees thinka that a demProf. McGee. the Washington seismol ocratic legislature is certain to be elected ogist, says that no attention should be paid in Indiana. to Wiggins' absurd and unsclenunc propne- Gen. Cheatham's widow has been ap- sy of an earthquake. Wiggina' former pre- pointed to fill out bis term as Postmaster diction of dire calamity failed signally to at NashviUe. materialize; ao do not become alarmed. Benator Kenna says that West VirginThe Third Ohio Volunteer Infantry ia will send an unbroken democratic delewill hold its 11th annual reunion at the gation to Congress this fall. battle field of Perryvllle, October 8. Gen. Seventeen negro prisoners at the Pa W. H. Gibson and Gen. John Beatty will latka, Fla., jiil, killed Jailer Perry and es- be the orators of the day, and it Is also excaped. Troops are in pursuit, pected that Gen. Bherman will be present. The Minnesota democrats, in the hope Commissioner of Pensions Black's reof purging the politics of their State, have port of the operations of the Pension Bu nominated a doctor for Governor. reau for the fiscal year shows that there A ladder fell on Green Ingram, a col- are 305,783 pensioners on the rolls, com ored man, at work on W. C. Owens' new posed of 265,854 army Invalids, bO.io house at Somerset and killed him. armv widows, minor children and depend- The next triennial conclave of the ent relative; 2.953 navy invalids, 1,878 Knights Templar will be held at Washing navy widows, minor children &c; 1,639 ton the second week In October 1SS9, survive of the war of 1812 and 13.3S7 widJohn J. Orr, cashier of the Louisville ows In that war. The amount paid for Awning Company, stole $4,700 and skip- pensions during the year was $03,767,831. ped to Canada, but was brought back. The late Israel 8pencer, of Syracuse, George Bartholomew, president of the invented a few novelties In defalcation. In Charter Oik Life Insurance Co., has de- stead of dabbling in yachts and fast nags, faulted for $127,000 and fled to Canada. like Gray, of Boston, and then blowing out Lute Fogle, who shot Lynch O'Oon bis brains on discovery; or instead of plac 0 Inc himself at the mercy of an inquisitive ner to death at Lexington, was held in by Judge Matt Walton for manslaugh- cashier, like Bartholomew, he just lived ter. quietly, looked solemn all the time, kept Midway suffered a cyclone Thursday his own books and died In the odor of sancnight, which blew down and unroofed tity It took a year and a half to find out many houses, Including the large L. & N, that he had taken a slice of $100,000 out depot. of some trust funds. -- There are on the rolls 1.539 persons The orange crop of Louisiana is nearly a total failure and the shipment will drawing pensions as survivors of the war of fall below a million against 50,000,000 in 1812. The treaty of peace which cioseu good years. that war was signed Dc. 24, 1814 -- 72 years The report is current at Mt. Sterling ago next December. It is fair to suppose that Z. T. Young, of Rawan county noto- that those aoldiers were at least 18 when riety, died suddenly of heart disease at El- they they enlisted, which would now maite liott County Court. them 90 years old or 07er, even If tbey enTo settle up the estate of Isaac Cald- listed at the very close of the war. The well, who owned a half interest, the Alex- United States had in that war all told ander Hotel, Louisville, will be sold at some 50,000 men, so that more than one- fifth of 1 per cent, of this entire army was auction October 11. Ten young men haye been admitted living and drawing pensions for their ser to the ministry of the Mathodist Church vices 72 years ago after the close ot tne South by the Louisville Conference, now in war. cession at Rusaellville. BnnrETTEON the Keeley Motoii Five inch hailstones descended with "What eeest thou in the misty future, oh terriffio fury at Madison, Wis., smashing mighty seer?" "I see what is to be and will every exposed window in the town. One be. I sea the dawning centunej brighten establishment loat 4,000. and fade. The drifting Bands cover the The official announcement Is made Washington monument and the public that the day appointed for the inaugura- buildings have crumbled under the tion of Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty at New fineer of time; A thousind years York will be October 23. and another thousand. I see an old man A colony of 2,000 Wisconsin people white-haireand lonely, with the light ot have been granted 15,000 acres of land by hone In his dim old eyes. He is riatlent the Mexican government and will go thithtrying to compress a pint of water Into a er as soon as practicable. half pint tin cup vi ith a lemon squeeze atd Sir Knight W. LaRue Thomas, of potato-masheIt is Keeley and his moa Lexington, was elected Grand Captain Gen and he tays he will make the final test tor, eral of the Grand Commandery of Knights Brooklyn Eigle. next week." United States. Templar of the It is said that of the 4,700 men who Tom Scott, of Waco, Texas, had a rather followed Martin Irons in his strike on the unusual experience recently. He went to Gould nystem of railroads in the Bouth see his mother, who is CO yearB old and resides In a neighboring town. On arriving west only 200 have since obtained employat his home he found that the old lady had ment. The date of execution of Walter Len eloped with a man ball her age. When ox Maxwell, the St. Louis trunk murder Mr. Scott returned to his own home he wan er, haa been postponed for CO days in order paraljzed by the information that his wife to permit an appeal to be made to the Su had gone with a handsomer man; Then ng preme Court. there was music in the air,- -1 Texas Sift-Iis reported that Dr. Chenault, Su It perlntendent of the Lexington Lunatic A wonderful shoe, manufactured for a Asylum, is to step down and out and Dr young lady somewhere on the boundary Clark, the assistant at the Anchorage Asy- line between Bourbon and Fayette, on an lum, is to take his place. order of G. P. Ross, is now on exhibition Charles Peyton and Hiram Gralz got In his store window. It is made of fine to shooting at Midway over a woman, when leather and Is No. 21. It will Incloso an a ball from one of their pistols struck an ankle of rare beauty that will measure old negro man who was sitting in his doornearly two feet In circumference and a foot way aud mortally wounded him, ham. -- Lexington KM the size of a Near Nicholaaville the body of an un- Press. known negro was found near Wtndom, It Is Baid that It would bs parfectly Bife Hia throat had been cut, and there were now to trust any Charleston darky with evidences of a fierce struggle. No one even untold watermelons, and Home of knew him, nor could he be identified. them have even returned to their ownerj The recent discoveries made by indiscreetly obtained chickens, among the most interesting A lady took her little boy to church for ever recordrd, Mr, Marter, of Koine, has In Etruscan tombs that as the first time. Upon hearing the organ proved by skulls on his feet inalanter. "Sit down," said far back as 000 B, C. dentistry was a science and that f.ls teeth wero used by thoe who the mother. "I won't", hj shouted, "I want at Work. to nee the moukey.H-rChm- tU uud I'M tneir own. $1,-00t? d r. are he-wa- GhiUraiGry FOR PITCHER'S Castor, a Centaur Linimont is tho most wonder Ail tho world lina over known. 1'itiii-Ciiror H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOR. I hT recelr-- 4 tad illll rectifies New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, ComrrtilDf the best In the market, which will U Gotton Up in Style and Make Seoond to Hone In City or Country. Give Mo a Trial. w. it. umiH!l i -- DEALER IN- - A Campaign Lie. Hardware, Farming Imple meats, Groceries, Salt,ime, Cement, Elevators, JPiinips, Cider 1 List Sunday Congressman McCreary, cf Kentucky, was crossing the Kentucky riv- W. B. McKINNEY, er at Boonesborro, on hia way to Lexing- JOHN HKIUIIT, reached the ton, and when the ferry-boa- t shore it swung away just as he was driving off, and Congressman, horse and buggy; went down into the stream. The men on the ferry rushed to the rescue and soon took the entire rig in out of the wet, and the trembling and excited ferryman gTah bed his dripping passenger. "Are you hurt, Governor? Are you hurt?" be asked over and over again. "Oh, no," said the Governor, with a soothing smile, "not a particle. I don't think a drop of water got into my mouth." "Thank God!" exclaimed the ferryman, fervently, as he handed him over a black Wahlngton Critic. bottle oilMiaen. Mill, &c WEAKEN & VnUii MENEFEE jf Id all klna Fanninglmplemeiits and Mnchin ery, Berlin papers copy the account of an important discovery in glaM manufacture made by Friedrich Siemons, of Dresden. He has succeeded in casting glaea in the same way that metal is cast, and obtaining an article corresponding to cast metal. This cast glasi is hard, not dearer in production than cast Iron, and has the advan-tag- e of transparency, so that all the lUws can be detected before it is applied to prac tical use. It will be much lew exposed to injury from atmospheric influences than iron. Tho process of production is not difficult, the chief feature belog rapid cooling. The hardness and resisting power of this SURREYN,cast glass are so great that experiments are being just now carried out at the Glass Foundry at Dresden with the purpose of ascertaining whether the material could be employed for rails on rail ways- .- N. Y. Post. Coal, Lumber, Etc. Grain, Wool, Need, Everv practical farmer who has grown potatoea has probably learned that they unkeep much better in coo), ed derground cellars, than in warm apartments. Potatoes should be dug in fair weather, and lay exposed to the air until all moisture has been dried from them before picking them up and carting to the bins, the bottoms of which should be raised slightly from the bottom of the celi lar, so aa to permit a circulation of the botair beneath, particularly if the cellar tom is damp. Shallow bins, not exceedIN ing three feet in depth, are eafer than deep' Mimical DrtiKH, Wall Paper, WIiich. er ones, as there is less liability of the poDookH. Iilmior Clieiiilcalft. inHiruomeuu, ClgarM. Stationery. tatoes heating when stored in such. Pocket PalntH. IIH, xoimccon, Moaft, fjutiery, of Lafayette, John Bobbins, a barber MhcIiIb Perfumery, Iininpg, Fire ArniH, Ind., found the bartender asleep in the sa Needle. Our Jewelry, .Nllrerwnro nml Optical Goods Department is' In Chargo or Col loon that be frequented, and thought it vrlto will Kcpnlr Watches nnrt Clocks promptly and In the best Tlios. would be a good joke to take the cash stylo. H'charus, thus scare him, drawer and hide it, and But the sleeper happened to awake just as John had the drawer in his hands, and, not seeing any joke, had him arrested, snd the jury that tried him was also deficient p In humor and convicted him, and he was Erer Mafic, sentenced to a year in penitentiary. Ills Kofi TheFIrilinnAKDfiUrKrr rf nolo iintcii DonHwaitarourmoneronnffuinormbercoat ss it is friends are trying to get a pardon, sto fix LMf liaunoiuieir vitrr ann wi na rvvor, anu hUxajxd wnu jw iiu it if a vsVi at trmwn an, iVonrt nt hr..uj tour itorrknm tint THADH HAHB, If nniiiiuri pretty clear that he really had no idea of nrvlUunn! RHKn,V'"'ni1 fnrtrr.tttvptWtiMft A J TmVKKJlHlmmonBt.t Hntum. Mmi stealing the money. A, book agent wandered into a museum in New York, and talked to a wax figure of Oeneral Jackson three hours, trying to In- . Elghtoon Professors and Instructors.- duce him to subicribo forn work in 1 12 Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneerlng.Glasslcal, Normal School, tak-- 1 parts, price 50j each no subscription Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses or Study. en for lea than tho entlro work. "Well,' turned to go, "if you didn't COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. he slid, aa he l. Tor Cntnln'rue nml mlier n want It, why didn't you eay so two hours fall term htgin Hcpt. Rtli, I88fi. ., X.UA.li.i;lou, Kentucky. Address JAMJvto It. I'AT'riijnisON, I'll. Fla Suggftest oB.tage8, &, Sie-mo- Sprlng Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Fiel, woll-drain- well-light- M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, l33ArjI3" & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. n &X'$. 'toKW& vl iRKFR 1 d CTATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Infa-mat- H '? Tut: atlenduuoe ut Sfcmi-iSwkyntawrlowml ii ii inuaanjimammijii V7. VERNON, ROCKCASJLE-COUNIYA mafihiaoh Is to oocar here next week aurprlae the natives, that It that that will Collegt now rnni A very slight ero-i-t wss noticed in dif portion of them and them nre very few, ferent parts of the county one morning Us' Ladies will flod a splendid ltoe of Flow that have not beard of it. week. " " Kja Soptomber 23, 1886 or Pota at T. R Walton's. Staiford, A great deal of eickneM is reported in RELIOIOUS. this county. The doctors are having all and old newspapers (or Empty barrels Biahop Granberry will reach New they can attend to. Flux has been the B. O. WALTON1! - BuBjnoas Manager. aalo at A. A. Warrsn's Model Grocery. York October 17 from Braall. moat prevalent disease Rev. J. M. Bruce preached his fareAn elegant asrortment of new buttons In DsHaven's show Is advertised to be at AN. LOCAL TIME CARD, I. small and large, to match; also a new lot of well sermon at the Baptist church Sunday. our town on Siturdty, Ojtober21. Of 1 M i1. m. Eld. J. G. Livingston closed his meet- course we are all happr, Uail lialn golg Worth .............. clasps, at Ossley & Craig's. si this is the first lo " Bouto...... JJ. ing at Goshen 8unday night with 27 ad show that ... 12Si.lM. BlpTMItrtlD" HoUlU... hasc jndescended to stop nt this IS Dcalor In- if ii ' Nor b.......... . The Stanford Female College has reach- ditions. place this season. Tbt jot Ii calculated ou standard time. Bolar ed Its OOlh pupil and will get to a hundred will begin a Eld, J Q. Montgomery B'sale May Joo, dmjhter of L. 8. before the half session is over. si Ii bout 30 minute taiutj meeting at Crab Orohard next Sundty and Georgia Jooes, of L misville, died laat by Elder LivlngHon. LOCAL NOTICES. A ncwAnn of $''i for a stolen horse la night, assisted Friday night about 1 o'clock A M She Eld. John Bell Gibson Is holding a was about 7 years old anl A oflered by Mr. W. B. Harness in another wai one of the UOV your shooi Hooka from Fenny gracloua revlral at Mackvllle and did not most chrlslUn-be- ir little ed, womin-lik- e McAlmer. column. mm preach here Sunday. Home 25 had united girla we have ever koown. The remains Wv-rcurand Jewelry repaired on shor The Cincinnati Southern was late, aa with the church at U-- l reports from his were brought to tbls puce Sunday mornnotice p nd warranted by l'enny flt jhcaiis usual, yesterday, consequently no mall meeting. sjv ing for interment. Toe pir Boy the Haas Hoc Ketnedy, the orM' north of Junction City reached us. Will C. Barnes is an applicant for holy ents have the deepoit sympathy of the Penny A Mo AN nal and only (?en ulne, front if ad- entire community. Owsley & Cram's Dress Goods depart- orders in the Ephcopsl Church, and, Aoouri.CTE stock of Jewelry, latest ment is now full-up- . make your mitted, will study under Bishop Dudley Call and Mis. Dr. Z Danny, of Ml. Vernon, Louisville Democrat, this winter. tyle. Rockford watches a specialty. PenMo., has been visiting relatives in tbls selections before all are picked over. Mc A Hater. ny A The Baptist church at this place will county (or several days Mrs, Ribt. Sween We will have in a few days the nlceaet be dedicated on the 31 of next month, the ey, of Ash Grove, Mo.. Is visiting relatives' PERSONAL. n,l Minmsat line of chamber sets ever first Sunday. Rev. Green Clay Smith, of at this place. Misses Jrnnle Kennedy, Sal-li- e Mit. Thomas Metcalt lain Louisville hrmioht to this market. Metcalf & Fos- - Danville, will preach the dedicatory serFish and Annie Holmes, a trio of Crab on business. mon, and everybody ia invited to be tr. Orchard beauties, spent last week with Miss Annie Wuay la fbiting friends Times. Bank Stock Bixteen shorei First Miss Cleo Williams, near town. Mr. L 8. at Bradfordsvllle. Reports from Rer. George O. Barnes' of 8lanford will ba sold at auction returntd next Monday, county court day. Jamea meeting at Harrodaburg abow that the usu Jonra and Miss Mattie William', of Louis Miu. Josri'ii Balloo has ville, were in town Sunday. Miss Susie from a visit to Pulaski. ally great interest is manifested. Tfie afDudderar. Brown will go to Ab Grove, Mo., next 8 it .V. "-- MnRnnutTi returned from a ternoon services are largely attended and " n have sold our alock of millinery to at night Cardwell'a Urge Opera Honse can nrday, to enter school. Wk visit to Louisville thli morning. who are The experience ot a lite time bas taught Messr. Reuiien Gentiiy and Will Mrs. Kate Dadderarand ask those and fet- not hold the crowda that gather. call immediately indebted to nt to ia of Iloyle, were here Sunday. -- Our old friend, E'der A. C. Newlanc", us that the moderate drinker of Lillard, & Warren. Mk. A. C. Sine left for a protracted tle. Misses 8mlley gives us the minutes of the Tate's Creek the drunkard of to morrow. No man ever maatering business trip through Oho laat nlKht. Tni assignment of R. T. Mattlngly last Association of Predestioarlan Baptists to yet became a drunkard without Clay returned with week, with $15,000 liabilities, is nearly alphabet of an occasional dram The Miss IIattie publish for him as nsaal. The Association the Mra. G.C. Glvens from Paria thia week. covred by the mill properly, $13,. was held this year at the Lsbanon church occasional dram, as his bar room education Mr J. M. FIocker, of Lexington, baa 000 of which ia for t6e amount of purchase. In r.itlll, with a good attendance. It con-Ul- advances, becomes a regular drum, the regnine churches and 322 members, 33 ular dram grows into the constant dram, been on a visit to hli nephew, J. 8. Hack. Mim LtJCY Beazley will be in charge oi of whom were recftved last year The and the constant dram graduates the habit r. cities buying next Wallace Gruelle. session of the body will bs with Rock ual drunkard. Mim Mary Miller, daughter of Jno. mv atore while I am in the millinery, due notice of the opening Spring Church, Jsckson county, on Friday Curry Milter, la on a visit to Louisville my fall of which will bs given. Miss Buwade Hear before thsUt Saturday in October, 1887. Angry citiren (to country editor) -- In frlendi, your to day's Issue you re'er to me as a and wife, of ley. Dr.O. II. McRobiuts LAND. STOCK AND CROP liar, scoundrel, cur and blackguard. Isn't Liberty, are with hli parent, Mr. and Mrr. While hnnting in the Hall's Gap Knobs The trotting races begin at Lexington that putting it on too thick? Country ed8.8 McRoberu. Saturday, Newt Craig came across a rattle McCreary spoke to a snake and a black snake fighting, and firitor (frankly) Well, I don't know hut and continue till October 1 Governor audience in the Court house at ing at them, brought down the former. It A. T. Nunnelley bought of Thos. what it ia a trifla fulsome. crowned House 200 barrels of corn in the field at $1, Locaeter yeaterday. had 14 rattles. The story comes from Boston of a dude Mrs. Emily Jones and Mies Marr and Wheat it lower at Chicago, November who, having been asked to say grace at a of goods Haviko purchssed the stock selling at 75; corn for the same month 38) Matter Lewia Russell are spending a few formal spread at which he took a leading from Misses Smiley & Warren, I will be and October pork $9 45. davs In LonlaTllle. part, bowed his head slightly, languidly few found in the future at the rooms vacated Mr. D. 8. Jones will leave in a Wheat grown in India by labor that lowered his eyelids and murmnred, "Oh the for a protract! visit to hta children by them on the corner, next door te weeks costs only 7c a day can be sold in New York Lord, thanks-awful- lyl" Dudderar. Myers House. Mrs. Kate in Missouri and Texas. at $1 per bushel, after paying the duty cf Mrs A. 8. Paxton went to Versailles New Goods. We are opening this week 20 eta. aiTf adtebtikemkhth. yesterday to visit ber fitter, MIm Annie The wheat crop of India is now re rrr Urce and handsome assortment of Bpencer, who hta been ill all aummer. Dry Goods, consisting of every thing in the ported at 8.QO0.0OO bushels below the averMim ApdieOttenhcimeii, the pretty ! Domestic and fancy goods line. Also a age, and at 44,000,000 buehtla less than list daughter of Mr. J, Oltenhelmer, leaves for large line of Novelties, Hosiery, Gloves, year's fine crop. 8toleo. from my pasture Louisville to morrow to vtilt friends. " James Duddersr sold to Tom Woods 7 mile from Crab Orchard, on tb Bomenet road, on Mndy night, the Ac. Owsley A Craig. Mr. Roi.lie GirrnniR, agent at New 17 feeders for $790 and bought 5 calves of 20th Inst., a liiIit bau marc, nboat IS binds bs sonicsr on left hipby likese a paper W. F. Abrahams at $10, and 3 of W. M. kljtb, S Hope, was here last week. Ills brother, J. The fellow who tries to edit left tide made bum; small while spot scald. I will give a reward ol 21 for her reT. Guthrie, took hii pUce during his ab- when there is nothing going on either in Higgles at $15 GO. turn In mo. It', n. HAltXKtiN. ICJ-- t the local or general world, has a much more sence. i'oitomre, iao urcnaru, vj. Kentucky is the only State in the great Mih Annie CAMrnELL, of Normal, unpleasant position than the man who eiU corn belt of States that hag a fall 100 per. III., returned with Mra. Mary W, Bowman astride the backbone of that narrow strip of cent, corn crop. Kansas has the largest ! from her delightful visit to relatives in the land botwesn the devil and the shortage, her present being but f7. J or. r. WATKns. h. v. wi:ari:n. West. Gentle reader, we are in the former fix and ot Lincoln Co. Mr, John G. Smith has left samples To the Tax-Payia the crave your Indulgence. MimPuk Helm, of Stanford, of his Peerless potato crop at this office, Monday next will be County Court day and you guest of Mistfl Maggie and Beule Harrt', which weigh 1 pounds each. He eays be arsheisby notlfled that your taxes lor 18S6 ha?e wtre no witnesses against Gus been due lor some time and must now be paid. I There at 1,821 Wed Chestnut street. jCourler- planted 2 bushels and got over GO in re- hare largs turns to pay Into ths Btato Treasury Gill when his case was called Friday for on the lit day ol October, and all county claims Journal. peddler, J. Wolf, that in turn. are due and payable at this date. I am therefore Cait. Frank Harris and Messrs. A. robbioc the tin Some Ohio farmers claim that they can compelled to colloct a large sum of money at once u.. diyidual himielf being absent, whether of iutin;iiuu 1 am greauy uemnu S. Mvers and R.8. Msrn spent several miko more money bv plowing under clover urgently request all on maaiug to como forward last week, fishing, his own will or not. and the charge was and raiting wheat than by cutting, curing andsettloon that day. Don't lay you bavn'tgot days on the Cumberland He, howeyer, the money nor can not get it, tor tho Banks bare connquently dlrmlised. and were moderately nicceiiful. and feeding the clover either to dairy or nlfritr and want to loan It. Jelli-co- , plead guilty to being drunk and disorder 1 J. X. J1EXEFEF, S. L. C. Mr. ani Mrs J. G Moore, of beef stock. and ly and was fined 510 and costs. Tenn., are with her parents, Mr. Tho oxports of wheat frmu America Mra Jonathan Owsley. Mr. Moore is doMrs. Amanda Alcorn lost her during the first six months of 1SSG show a I Fire. ing a good business in the drug line at Jel-llc- house, 3J miles from McKlnney, worth SI,-60- falling off of about 8.000,000 bushels from IT. AnJfrSOD. Icffer W. and Mr. D. J. Alcorn all his furniture the amount exported during the first six forl...nunl.ll.anrMr. brtclc liouaa and lot of aalo prlrately hla neat Mr. T J. Bosley, who ia making one by a supposed incendiary fire Sunday months of 1835. two acres on Somenet Avenue In Stanford. The place has all the nccexary luiprorementa andl o( the best mail sgenU, was here Saturday, morning. Drako Carter, the gelding for which rery deilrablo one. Call on or address me at (StanIt broke out at 3 o'clock and the nrraoglng to brinR his Ntnlly back, owing family barely escaped with their lives. three years ago, when a three-yeaold ford In rcgird to It. ISI-.W. JtellOIlEUTH. to the heavy expense of living In Louis Nothing whatever was sived and as tnere Pierc Lorillard paid $17,500 to Green B. vlllr. was no Insurance, they are left In an almost Moiris, was sold for a paltry $100 and Mit. Freii G. Miller, of G. G Ehr- will go to join the noble army of cripneedy condition mann & tions, confectioners, Louisville, s at Jel-lic- ples. five I am dally opening an decant lino ol Fall MillinThere ate four or was here yesterday disposing of his sweets, At Mrs. Ayre's sale in Woodford counery, including all lies partly in Kentucky and which not sctttering them In the desert air, ty hegs sold from 4 to 5:; sheep at $0; partly In Tennessee, but they are all on the lambs at $3; cows from $30 to $10 and corn The Latest Novelties of the Season. other side, as Whitley county does not percaAlso Notions, such at Handkerchiefs. Collars Mr. R 8 Maran, the clever and at $1 50 in the field. E!i Kindig, of New and Cuffs, Ruchtng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. ou can not transferred to the mit the sale of whisky. It vacated by pable engineer, has been York, bought 20 mules from Wm. Tarr, for will And me at the rooms to latelyMyers House. Eml-le- y the A Warren, next door her cltixsns from drinking, howover, division, and will leave this Henderson $140 each; 31 from Jesse Turney for $150. lGMni KATE liVUi) Kll Alt. they gather there with the rougher eleweek. He and his handsome wife have and Paris News and paint things on the other side made some warm friends here during their ment The Lexington Rollar Mills Crtatn Flour, H, Itiney, repntentattTe, Is unlrersslly popular. Lancaster Court. Ciptain 1. M. red. Everything was quiet enough SaturW ill M. Waters, Salesman. several years' ity. "W Dunn reports a rather dull court day yes& "WEAKEN. night, though, when we paid the place Col 7. G. Welch, a legal luminary day terday, with the exception of mule colts, PABM, Judge T. P. Hill, a prom-Ine- our first visit, of the which sold from $45 to $77; biddiog very A WELL IMPROVED of Stanford, containing 100 attorney, D. R. Carpenter, a promisFriends of Mrs. J. I, McKinney will be alow. About 250 cattle on the market. WItbtn a milehome. Also 75 acrea tarmlng acres. land New dwelling ing young Blackstone, D. B. Elmlston, a pleased to read this handsome compliment Prices ranged from 2 to 3c. Plug horses adjoining. Apply to from that competent judge, Cap'.. Wallace sold at $10 to $75 and a good many good E. T. ROCHESTER, noted commercial tourist, and George ICt-Or TT. O. WELCH. a leading druggist, went up to take Gruelle, of the Grayson Gatcile, who has no horses sold at $125 to $185 Crowd and idea of her identity: "Thero is a poet or business about as usual. in the circus at Crab Orchard yeaterday. poetess down at Madisonville who writes D. C, Terhune bought 12 weanling LOCAL MATTERS. over the nom dt vilume of 'Katydid,' who is horse and mare mules at Nicholasville for psutaaa nt Road and train? to make his mark in the world of prices ranging from $10 to $65 per head. On the Stanford A Knob Lick TurnpikeDr. Olvens fury last night. known as the Helm Farm of the late It wss raining like Drugs, Books, Stationery and letters. His yerse is smooth, flowing and M.H.Cecil, of this county, has bought Containing about 230 Aoros, Fancy Articles. much superior to the average A new lot of Pearl 8hlrts jast received beautiful from different parties 150 head of alop catnewspaper versification." And has a com'ortabls dwelling thereon. Apply at Owsley & Craig's tle They were purchased for J. L. Cogar, to Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. Jl.M.JOilXBOX, Nwye Also Near bhslby City, on the O liens Homestead . & Foster have for sale pure A Genids Just as steam was turned of Midway, at $3.25 per hundred. At Ran Metcalf 1 - PBtilnp our forms to press last dall Lltsey'a sale of Jerseys 17 brought home-grow- n timothy seed. ah iftAOne sold as high as $225 -- HarrodsThursday night, there was a crash as if the H. K. TAYLOR, Vanilla 11 1 vorad Peerless Syrup, finest huce mschmo was being reduced to atoms. burg Democrat. Of LOOAN COUNTY, is a Candidate or the pfflce The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, " in town, at Waters A Wearer;'. Brtnkley, Citron A Co , sold 130 sheep ofSuperlntendeut of FuMIc Instruction, subject The throw-o- ff was immediately applied and Jewelry and Silverware to the Democratic mate Convention. Lin-aol- n a bolt had at $1.90 per head. A. M. Feland, of Six building lots for sate between Stan' an examination showed that bought to tbls market Prices Lower than Ever county, after taking several handsome broken its way through a heavy and im- ford and Rowland. II. J. Darst. the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice and Warranted. portant casting. There was some earnest premiums on the fine Shorthorns which he An infant of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. With- swearing for a few moments, whether by exhibited at our Fair last week, made the Of a Splendid Louis, ers died Biturday of whooping cough. the propilelor or the foreman it is not nec- following sales: A to E. T. Mills, for $51; a bull calf to John Owsley A essary here to state, and the air seemed laTnoaEnew Dress Robes at Acre den with sulphur for the time being, as it A. Woods for $71; a roan cow to E. 8. NewCraig's are very handsome and stylish. and slower press ell for $50; a cow and calf by 4th Duke to began to look like another of Miss Agent ot Rtporte r. As the authorizeddee'd, I will thi heirsthe premStop at the Florence Hotel when you are would have to be bronght into service to E. T. Mills for sell on Rachel Carpenter, ises on at Jelllco, Tenn. The best hotel in the ant the issue off. That clever blacksmithJohn 'Weltrier, of Fayette county, PennMr. John B. Mershon, was appealed to for sylvania, thinks that ho haa discovered the mountains. J. M. Chandler, prop'r. 9s 1886, help. He could only fix the wrought iron Now ia vour chance to get a bargain at part of the break, but suggested that Peter secret of perpetual motion, and has made The farm now occupied by J. T. Ro;o, known as Uc.M & Foster's. Their stock is larger Straub, Jr., that wonderful young mechan application for a patent on the machine the Lee farm, situated In Lincoln county, Ey. that Is to co forever. and more complote than oyer before. on or near tho turnpike road leading from Ic, might likely fix the rest. He was sought to Mlddleburg. This Is one of the obtained, and by the use Ip vou want a Feed Cutter, buy the old and his Best Stock Farms in the County, n.M. n.riUr r lit the beat cutter in of brass, solder and other tncka of his trade In a good stato of cultivation; rarl in cultivation for either hand or power, Met heeooa succeeded in making the part When Baby was sick., wo gavo her Castorla, the market and remainder la grais I'ltniy pf stronger than before. Mr. Mershon and When she wis a Child, she cried for Castorla, water for stock. House and outbuildings good, calf A Foster. l'leuty ol timber to keep up the icnoss his capable partner, Mr. Geo. W. DaBorde, When she became Miss, aha clang to Castorla, csibj balance in equal and law fixed a fine of $300 Tkhms: The new revenue did the balance and Interior Journals When alio bad Children, sho cate thorn Castotia, nual Installments, with pr csut. interest and a .i i,u,t tnxon uirtlw refusing to give Hen retained fur the pnrchnss money. Bewd will flying off 1,500 to the f of their were subsequently i, ii !.,, i, r i al.lt at tbt t nat-traspeKor a full and complete list the national Bunk ol diantard. htdr. Pelf li l handiest boy iu towa, leitd J. II. OWSLEY, Audit. and don't you lorget it. same. MliiurrburnC up to 169. l'euulo . r I M w MmMwrnw -- ...U grief-sfricke- n GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, Na-tlon- al to-d- TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, Confections, Tobaccos, ly na Cigar, y COR MAIN & SOMEESET STS. STAiVFOKI, KY. 25 Reward iad-dl- -- "FA.I3FL PR.IOE3S! hon-work- NOTICE er WATERS&WEAREN 103-1- 0, Town Xot For Sale i: r lt MIIiLINERY. o, how-eve- r, pro-hlb- it for Sale St or Rent. ATERS first-clas- s, Wmmm WMmim PHARMACISTS, iff v JEWELERS. Farm For Rent. " 1C0-3- $1,-69- 5. PUBLIC SAXE 350 Bhe Grass Farm Wal Paper, $80.-Som- erset Saturday, October Furniture, le Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. neTcr-faiUn- g One-thir- Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. u B. K. WKAKEI3tr, lournsl CHERUBS OF THE Uncanny- - Ways of HOTELS. -- U3IBRELETTIEXDS. iiiM.n flai.LI j wFJd X-- the Mnturo Children of tho TownJuvoulld AVrctcheilncM. IDIOSYNCRASIES OF WELL KNOWN KUttr fl.tlaa fLsulaiteo,Vl'nU.' There is something uncanny about theso THaWimnrtllilal HIIII& DOLLARS FOR DIMPLES. NUISANCES. mature children of the town. I waa at tho Klck4Hr lodO.H Ht4tlm klledin Cptlrrti. VtUuXmtm Windsor hotel at dinner with eoino friends n HalfM K4IU-WralTthf tumpjorxl- - Ct . Till Hmlar Ctmn,U . to In Awlln T'ltlon. Sutiouir iwl Baud, itmt PO. kktrt. COME OF THE TRIUMPHS OF ART short time ago when a pompous little woman A Man' Character Shown ly tho Way HB,TiM-nrlll- ( 4 TiUcrrr iptcUltl". strodo down the long dining room, followed . IMuH Iiinw4 Ihhn. .? kalw He Carries Ills Umbrella The ObnoxOVER NATURE. by two little girls hand In band. Neither of cimlui kvMnw W. H. Bur " rittl. LwUstB,ltjk ious and Dangerous "Jabber" Swell, them was more than 0 years oH. They settled themselves in their chairs, folded their Granger nud 1'at Man. Op Maiden Mutlo Ileaiitlful by Pulnful DB, W. B. PBNNY, skinny littlo hands and then proceeded to PAlAoa Steamers. Low Bate. DENTIST, A man often shows his character by tbo crntlnua Xosee llcmoilcleil aud Arti- staro about them and comment upon their JT tl fft WMk Sartrtta way he carries his umbrella. If bo Is absent-minde- d TContuolcy. DETROIT. MAOKINAO ISLAND Btnniord, : ficial Kyelaftliee Ineertctt Difficulties ot fellow-dinerTho elder of the two children, ho Mill lug it by tho top of thohnndlc, after looking intently at n maiden lady of careless ot Vlmrilo MuUlnjr. whether It fa folded or flapping, rather noticeable, nttiro at an adjoining tablo, and indifferent If It trails behind him upon "Every ono who desires Iwnuty may pos- turned to her mother and sold composedly! Imr Wk say sess it to u certain extent in theso ilnys of in"What a really startling old frump that is, the pavement. Ho may bo bustling, hurryDETROIT AND OLEVEUND ing, in high spirits, nnd if so ho frequently vention," raid a curious littlo man, ubo has n mamma?" ffSatol am4y Trlpa dartag July aad Atiut. email workshop in ono of tho siilo streets up "Which one, dcarl" asked tho strict disci twirls his umbrella in circles from tho wrist OUrT ILLU8TRATKD PAMPHLETf as ho spins down tho street-- If ho fa fat ho town, where lip carries on a rather peculiar plinarian of n mother. BaUa and rxtnrtioa TlsktM will h tvmUkti uses his umbrella ns a cano or parasol; if ho and novel trade. "The cheerful guy besldo tho byyourTlakalArBt.ofa4dtia n C. D. WHITCOMB, Q.n'l Pan. fa a clergyman he carries it limply before "Noses aro remodeled," ho continued, man over there." W Apnt, "Angers mado to taper, insteps to arch, and "Oh, yes," said tho mother, with n well-bre- d him; if ho fa angry he grabs it by the handlo Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Ca. Offlc on Lanctitcr itrrot, text door to Ihtb my work, that of making dimples and long seen her before. But don't as if it wore n club; nnd if he is n tluilo ha smile, "I'vo OETROIT, MICH. BlORjoniiNAt.offlM. Office bouri from 8 lo 13 a eyelashes, has added tho finishing touches. A bo so slangy, Marion. Havo more tone. pokes tho ferulo in front ot him until it kt.snd 1 tofir. x. AnfthetlcisJmlnliUnt wntr handsome fnco without a dimplo is as lost to Order your dinner now and sco that you let strikes the pavement, and ns he passes on owtwrr. AMTTHATSHIRT real txxiuty as n itttato without salt is lost to purco and lamb nlonc. It's too rich for you." twitches It forward again. Ono of tho mast fnnilllnr of tho umbrella-carryinI lmo but recently set up my estabtaste. Then to the wnlter: "Toko her order, Au W. II. MtLLEK. OF.0 8. OAP.I'KSTKn, species fa tho "Jabber" or "nhovcr." lishment here, but in tho few mouths of my gusta" sojourn havo trnruforuied many n plain giil Tho waiter leaned obsequiously over tho IIo lugs hfa jwirachuto under hfa arm, m 1th into a dimpled beauty, and added eyelashes as child, who was studying tho menu with a tho ferule straight out behind and tho handlo rigid in front. Ho (Mikes off more hats, in c16ng nS nn inch to tho bnro eyelids of a few frown on her littlo face. Thlit pooilemnTirTsrir. a marrol oIimuIij. ? economloi others." "Jfo soup. Ogeost," sho said intently, "but,ft dents more stomnclis, gouges more ribs and strength snJ wbu'fouicnci. Moranot 1 .V v tolo I, "Is the otwrntlon of having on artificial bit of wcakflsh with egg sauce, an' a kidney jabs more spines ns ho walks along than ono thu lho orJImrf klndi, tml on l 1ST lilfV teat .ibort the niuHltudo of dinipl mado very painful P quel ieil tho re- omelette not Hat, you know, but nleo and could shake a stick nt In a wivk. Ho nevir eoinrelHoa with pboiphata rotrtlrri.low Bollonlrln cllit a'utu or llyriLDKi.i(t STA5K0EP, M.XCOI.S CO., Kr. stops to seo who ho has punched. Not he. ounr. porter. 1'owDKk tv. " puffy and nrtichokes 106 Vliatmt,NwYoiV With as of "Y, IUfehould think so, bccnue a pleco or "Ver sorry, Mew Mnryon, but there is no of an hfa lips compresd on, tightly as tho lid Ufflrc, ?outh blJ Mala Street, otrr Flnt Nitlor- Iron chest, ho goes the Hash frowning, bump" taken right out of the chin nrtlc Pnk. cheek, and that operation is not painless; but aud with an air that u Karuit, Iccliilln? somoor the flnrt thought so," said .tho girl, slam- ing Into pacrs-by- , "There, I 1 have known girls to stand the operation seems to say: "If you don't get out of tho Kutmi Ccotnl Kcolucdjr. StkItMtdMirrf. luTimber oml Mlnrnl Tuwu IxjU ming the card down on tho tablo nnd biting mil Laii.li fur without a murmur, when they would scream her thin lips. "It's tho most provoking thingl wny you'll be hurt," He fa generally old nnd uleon romtulilon. thin, but sometimes ho has not readied midtit th kight of n mouse, and faint if a spider " Kor further irtlruUrs ttml for prlntnt dncrlp-lio- n henevcr I set my heart touched them. Women will suffer a great deal dle age. Tho public abhors him, nnd ho fa n of tbli Mtlloti lad of nruiiertltJ Ux tain. " "Wo havo some green corn lM-li- u To strengthen tho stomach, create an of agony for tho sake of beauty, and a girl mat Inexcusably "Eat it yourself foald tho child in a huff. nuisance that Ko-K- o VI. ATT, IAWIS VI LliE. knows that a cliarming dimple "will nud ten Tho waiter was quito unmoved. appetite, and removo tho horrlhlo "deprci-slo- n IIo seemed omitted from hfa famous lut, times to hor attractiveness and will nlso bo a to bo accustomed to such ebullitions of temper TIIK MILITAlir SWELL and dcsiwndcncy which result from MILLERSBURG lasting beauty if it Is only rightly made," Tho heavy nulitnrj- - swell fa another interaud "went on suavely taking tho orders of tho Indigestion, thcro is nothing so effectho "' 4 esting umbrella carrier. His chest sticks out OIU)Elt. D!Jtri.ES TO .4 dtberswhile Miss Marlon sat tho picture of as Aycr's rilli. Tlicm Pilfa contain no llko n jouter plgeon'n, hfa new plug hat "JrAt then n timid knock was heard on tho overdressed, pampered and pouting discon4 calomel or other Kbouous drug, act glistens like Day & Martin's blacking. Hfa door, nud in walked a damsel of 20, beau- tent. directly on tho digest ho nud asilmilatlvo Tula rofular school, aflrr a , his frock cont tho tiful us Venus, with four or fivo of tho loveliAnd tho children of tho flats. Who ever pantaloons nro tho noe-t5CY irr of unpiralled mc organs, nnd restore health aud strength to Cfi under est dliuplos showing In her round cheeks and hears of these sly and melancholy littlo be- tightest, hfa mustache tho waxlost ami hfa tho entire rttcni. T. P. Bonner, Chester, C. cliin n she smiled prettily at tlw maker of ings who spenk In whispers nnd havo been glare tho most ferocious seen on the promo-nad- a E. H. BURNSIDE; Ho carries the umbrella by his sldo n Pa., writes: "I havo d Aycr's l'UU theso charms. Surely sho had not come for bullied, reprimanded nnd scolded by servant, gooddoula if it were a swonl, sticking 30 yenrx, nnd am satlsfletl for tho pat nrtillcinl dimples. tenants, janitors nnd parents until thoy clldo MRS. S. C. TRUEIIEART, Thlo Old Well . Known "I wanted to bhow you how well tho s about like shadows and dare not laugh for closely to his iwrtly figure. It is a soldierly I should not have been nllre tolay, If It l.kur I'eiMciriL, act. Lven hfa traduccrs couldn't deny that. Hotol Still Maintains itu were getting on," sho said, in a low tone. fear of disturbing somo cue f Tho joyousness Again offra ttartf lor public had not been for them. They Within crtiwU licllltln. an cnlanrtd Farultj an.1 an alt- "You sec, at first I thought that they could and lifo of childhood havo been crushed out Behold him, with hfa dandy jMirasoI at an HiRh Roputation, degrees, cloo to his ribs, Tattdtouneofttuilrll atTorda unuiuil oprorlu- not joibly amount to nnything they were of them. And tho children of tho boarding nnglo of forty-tlvAND nllira hr the rJiifatlon of your daut titrri. so sore and looked so disagreeable, but now I houso, who llro under n perpetual protest as ho strides along in trim military step, tho UEV. c. lOPC, 8iid lor Catalogue to Ilf. KroPirlctSr U etormined that think they nro lovely," and sho rinileil nt her from tho grim nud snappy landlady and tho admiration and envy of every Iwlmetcd IXMu MlUciiburf. Ky. be docond to no CoanrT own reflection In n largo mirror opjxite, and testy boarder of tho "Urst floor front" who policeman on tho beat nud tlie butt for Hotol in the Stato in its Tare, vulgar jokes from every barefooted iwteing me of fivtjir psla when all other remedies , then smiled again with delight as tho (Umpire must have the houso quiet so as to onjoy her Appolntmenti, or Atten" cnm. failed, and their occasional use has kept afternoon nnp. Nearly every boarding houso newsboy. Then there fa tho countryman from wny tion to Oorafcrt of Tiio dimple maker made n careful esamiua-- . that advertises now puts forth tho flat "No nro in a healthy condition ever since." their Oneitt. tion of tho little dimples, and after jiaying a children,'' and tho littlo ones are so thoroughly back, who lugs hfa venerable L. N. Smith, Utlea, N. Y., writes: "I cowed that they aro as pitiful in mien as In with him when ho goes over tn ltldgewny bill of $100 cash tho young lady departed. havo used AVer's Pills, for l.lver troubles t Tu at j rijo rrmlltiot u Hmkim nlllftetoarejH "How much do yon chnrgo to make n dim- body. Thon tViere are tho children of tho lrk. Seo htm on the lioat! Hfa Kick fa and Indigestion, a good many years, trot, t br and (rjaof fbarna. KpaWarra plo!" w.--3 asked. tenements nnd tho scums. There fa no cud townrd u, and hfa nnrlent, faded, blue parahavo always found them prompt and Con.i4rtlanratri. Tl chute fa outlined him. He carrta it "AVolI, it depends greatly on tho person, to juvenilo wretchedness hero. For n placo efficient In their action." Blchard Norrfa, TaaJiorLlQsoriaqa ciiari. whether tui j"! l fa tough and lianl, and other that children should be kept But of, commend likonhoe, uudahoe thathedoum't care much W Hill uj tb Lynn, Ma., writes : "After much sufferaccJJents. My 1' v.tchnrgofor r.singio dim- mo to ew ork. Blakoly Hall's New York nbout. Its creates are woni by weather, Its v Handle was jialnted, but the paint lias worn ing, I havo been cured of Drspcpviu nnd Scmi-Wcekl- y plo is 15, but wIku I makesovernl on one Letter. Interior Journal off. He is nn emblem of the lutysovd refaco the bill is of course somewhat reduced. Liver troubles gions, ami so is hfa parasol, which ho clings to llentlug a Hotel Kurjicr. 1. 1 w It takes about two wicks to make a proper And tb New Yiri VTor Id on fr aoj a A friend of mino the other day cam to w ith a grip like the grip of destiny. 1 1 limy dimple. Finst I must get the cuticle in proper "illtic-OntH- H condition; thon the operation, removing a settle for his night's lodging at n ledbuggy not lug hfa umbrella with much" grace, but HISTORY OF IKS UKITfiD Elouie.' 5TAT2S, jwrt of tb.3 llsh and putting back the skin Is little hole In the wall near tho railway jvtntion when ho ots to IUdsewny imrk it will be 8hortot auJ Qulokiut Ruata from Ce there with him; nml, no matter lww many accomplished, and that U of course the irost here in Neuc hotel call! tho Hotel lon Alps. iod lo lir'rtle tre r!. clli. Aycr's rilfa. They lmo done mo luoro Exprm paid tra! Koatucij to all PoinU North, oltTGpawajndeeatlanlnKXI an ratrarlM. It diflleult jxirt of tho process. About ten days In addition to the charge for apartment, ser- times he "haves hfajlfe" with the Ukud lour, good than any other medicine I have ccr i tbr in. at compMlii-wltlie will hang on to hfa rain protector, nnd go wark of tbe klou imb- Last, West nnd Southwest. vice, lights, etc., wa3 tho item, "Ln dejeuaro required to heal the dimple, taken." John Burdett, Troy, Iova, and during that time tho mtient must Iw ner." I Mill put into plain EnglUh that Kick with it to hfa home among the corn It ! arondrnird tile tur 490,rrt. Kaat Una Urtwteo jwitdhs nml wheat fields, writes: "For nearly two years my Hfo very careful not to smile at all or tho dimple wmen rouowoa: WertaerT the rllu In withdraw Ibla oOtr I.EXIXGTO ak C2XCI.WAIJ, WitUeut nolle, to mult at onto. TIIS VFJIY FAT MAX. "But I didn't order any breakfast." was rendored miserable by the horrors of may Iw entirely ruined. It fa a rare thing for tho very fat man to W. WALTON, btanlord, Ey. "That was uo fault of tho houso, mon gearJulc In KflKt May 1, m. "What kind of poople conio to mo to have Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded uso hfa umbrella except as a mntsoL It wards sieur." dimples mado?" me only temporary relief, and I becamo "Do you moan to tell mo that you wlih to off the win's scorching summer rays from hfa Ko.la "Every kind, almost, although you would reduced In flesh, nnd very much debiliBocTcxu. E " ' not think to. I had a lady of ' here yester- charge me for breakfast I neither ordered nor round and iwrspf ring countenance. With hfa tated. A friend ub pallj 'ki Bub . of mine, who had been pudgy hand ln grasps tho handle nnd carries day, and she gavo mo an order for two dim- atop Lo. CorlDfton..-- " . I 10 am S 10pm 2 CO pu. similarly nflllctcd, advised mo to try "The breakfast was preired all tho some, the jwirachuto over his crown, while his sumples, one in tho chin and one in her left Kaliuomb .. 10 a m Aycr's Pills. I did so, nnd with tho mer vet flnjM to and fro, and tho oirtlro area JlipD " cheek. Sho expects, I rather think, that they monsieur." 10 IS am 10 ISpn! 4 ta or hfa H.ron fa coursed by little rills that ran arr. 1'arla. happiest results. My food soon ccacd to III 7b am 10 10 n is B lip tn "You pretend that you provido a rejmlar win aid Her matrimonial praix.cU. Then I IS n & Nashviilo R. R. " Lealnclon.. IU 10 . tat U dNtress me, my nptotito returned, aud I Louisville liad a nurso maid last week who paid mo $15 tablo d'hote breakfast overy morning and into hfa shoes. He onjoys hfa umbrella more lo A 10 pu I.sa. I'arla .. II 0 am tar n liamtomo dimplo in her left cheek. Tho charge for it whether your guests take it or than most people. As n general thing hfa becamo ns strong and well as ever." Till UKKAT- Arr. Wlrcbraicr. ,IJMPM it 41PU, i'sTva mouth fa own, hfa brow fa mofat, hfa feet II majority of my jiatieiits are, however, young notr , fD 80S " Ulthmoo.1.... "Yes, monsieur. See tho menu? Hero it como down on tho trembling earth like " girU who consider themselves handsome, but TUUOUGII TRUNK -. . . .. "I" KUBtervl fa," and tho firm, yet polite, landlord pro- piledrlvers as he moves on with mnjesticstep, 6 Wprau.. . not bowitehing enough." L duced his regular "a la carta" My friend and his manner of breathing resembles that TO TIIK ARTIFICIATj RYELASIIES. UlrhiuouJ. 1 00 pu , Arr. lVira. .... . S JOpiof Tho reporter noticM several boxes filled turned it upsido down. Then ho carefully of tho porpolxo whon that tfah comes to tho " UTlngitoa.- - . SSaia'. top of tho briny billows to blow. with short curls of hair, some jet black and leru'ied it. Then ho said : l'KKIMRr.I) 1JV young man from the lho Norfolk-jackete- d "How much of this do you servo ns your others a golden brown. DB. J. C. AYEB li. CO., Lowell, VLtu. Noaru-ltocacities, who carries his umbrella with him on Nc. t No. II "I get that hair from tho barber shops," ho regular breakfast?" ifo. I For sale by all Dni.rglits. tho seashore, Is a noticeaUo specimen of tho WITIl "Anything you like, mouslour." ealrf in answer to an inquiry. "It comes from J LTe.IJ?lngiton., J 00 aw'. "Very well. Receipt tho bill, and, as I am genus of umbrella carriers. Tho rim of hfa tho curly pato of some young fellow and U mim iu a then used by mo to mako long curling lashes to pay for a breakfast, please God I will eat straw hat faas stiff as'tho liow of a rich man Pullman Palace Sleepers. Arr. lUchtnonJ ... 11 Hi iai. iu,. on some lair maiden." it. Bring mo a fillet of beef with mush- to n poor relation, and hfa attire is faultless, Lt. Howlan'a for fa ho not a "glided" youth ! Ills black silk It may not bo nmlss to suppose that n rooms, a half chicken grille, a mm omelet " Lanraiur ,. Louisville II ainL young lady might bo wearing her lover's hair and a pint of Chablis. I shall wait over until umbrella fa wrapped so small and so tightly Air Jtlcbmond IJiW a ta ...... that It looks lVte a Cnmbridgo walking stick. tho next train." for eyelashes, and ho bo none tho wiser. I.a. 1 10 p ta It 01 MCIIIItlllH, Arr. lilchuinnd .. Mlno host of tho notel des Alps looked first Ho carries it ilalntily nnd negligently in front Slaking long eyelashes Is a much more deliWnchrttr., - lOpral 7 00 a tn an Adaiiiii, Ait I'arla. .... cate and dangerous operation than making a stupefied nnd then disnstd, and, finally of him, as ho saunters by tho sad sea waves, In lime. Kidney diseases may be prevented liwi p ru 8 00 ui Moiilgumery, dimple. "I seldom disturb the under lid," grasping tho situation, he ran Into his office, watching tho witching gumbofa of tho maidens Lto. lrxlDflon .. by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating tiipm S1 10 aa in S 4i(a is u lilllle Hock, Lt" P.tl. SO p tn said the littlo man, "becauxe it is apt to in- altered hfa bill lu conformity with tho facts, inthowiif. Ho fa harmless; so fa hfa ara- - the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparllla. When, 40 pm Critblatia S SS a in I 17 jure tho eye. Tirst I remove tho old eye- and hurrying hack, cried: "Here, monsieur, chute. Neither of them ore intended for use, through debility, the nctlon of Multlluaiiil .tcur OrleaiiH. pu " Kaltaoutb . 1 47 I' III 10 01s m! S the kidneys IS nm lashes ono by one, and as each ono comes out here is 3our bill quito correct six francs and both mako n combination that doesn't ArrCotington. a a wU 43 , 00 P m II Is perverted, these organs rob tho blood of pia I put in its placo n long curling ono; then thirty-flv- o centimes and you will just havo look nt all out of placo on tho golden sands of Only on chicle to polnlt Id its needed coustituctit, albumen, which is when they are all in I trim them off eveuly time to catch your train." Henry Wattcrson tho sounding shore, when August's sun soars M1YWVH.I.K UKyvU. ambitiously. passed o(T in the urine, while worn out l'hiladelphin News. ami put a littlo vasoilno about tho edges. If In Courier-Journatho lathes are not there at all I havo to puncmatter, which they thouU carry on from ft'i.BV K'o li Hatly ture littlo holes in tho lid to insert new ones, Introiliirlni; u New Ilrnnil. Uio blood, 1s allowed to remain. By the How They Work It. H'.t. Hug, Hue Tho wine Jobliors ometimas resort to n and tlien the operation is far more painful "Peoplo got off a great many very ancient of Aycr's Sarsnparllla, the kidneys tiie Lt GiTlnjton.... and requires greater skill." whtme that put money In their jiooheU but are rcsturc4 to proper action, and Albujokes nbout tho big diamonds worn by hotel i betklog liouiea on tfc lln of thti road will tec lit 7 Z a ta' 4 2J , As tho reporter rose to tako leave a young clerks," remarked a. sakismannt keeps " aria ........... aptelal latra. tho ITotl cellars.that of thoir customers long tied up In minuria, or S IS a w S 20 pui lady of Iwwlsonio oppearaneo entered tho Anderson last night, "ani For oxamplc, n new brand of wine Agnt of this Comiar.T lor tata, rout ArrMlllrriburi . w8e S J m 8 41 put " Carllitp...... Ac, or write room. She had auburn hair, n snowy com- persons havo gotten tho Ulea un re.ult mo6t comos Into tho market The first consider9I'I a iu UOSpu into their heals " JahN.. (J I'.AT.A . C I' ATMOnn, IS a Ml t s n m plexion, nnd would havo bwm lnwutiful but thnt those same diamonds ore " My.t...L nothing lint big ation of the jobber is how to get n run on it Itil.llle, Kj 10 o 40 J, ,n The cuiiomury ml vertUng methods nro bnth-e- d tlfiit hor blue eyes were shaded by lasLos al- chunks of paite," r FiT8rr-Ko.Baside ns inndeqtinto nnd Mow, for you most white. "Do yon wl.li the great rending public to Is yrcventcd. IWIjr Aycr's Saraaparllla alio shouM know tliat wine must go with n fizz! tally "I want to know," sho raid, "if I could luTVe infer that thoy nre nnything clsaf Y THE Ex. Sun Kx. 6 hang! bourn! elu It will Iwn losing ap,culatioii. provents Inflammation of the kidneys, and dark lashes put into my eyelids in plneo of faI do, that fatI clet iloxt of the diamonds Tliree good looking, well dretl gentlemen other dUorders of tbce organs. 3Irs. Jas. rat those." rn ln mT.. worn by Iioti w ks uro genuine. Only lat J ODD Kill walk Into "Yes, mailnm, I can do that," said the littlo week, while I was nt AUnntlc 39 pm ns from W. "SVcld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Plalu, J7a id " IVirllalA I mw n distant nud a lending hotel, 7 a ml 2 28 , ta dimple maker, "hut it will bo a jainful oirn-tion- . hotel cKrl; from whoso brawtatj different cities nud order n sump" MIMeraliurc . JIass., writes: "I hac had a complica7 IS a in 2 50 pm ono of the Arr IVitlr tuous dinner. Tho head wnlter Is naked to pro... Thecot; Well, $1 for each eyelaslu largest and punst diamonds I everEawcht-tero8 0 a tn s is p tn tion of diseases, but my groatest trouble " Ixlnyton duce the wlno lL- of the house. 0 08 a ml o 10 p I would not at tempt to touch tho under ones, Thev aenn it has been with my kidneys. Four Hut, of coutnj, bo didn't pay for " r .i"w bottles 'I !W)a in HJiO i in ta but you can easily keep them darkened with a nnd, to tell tho truth, it didn't lxilong it, raruiuiiynnaiiegm to growl. iwwn to of Aycr's SnrsaparllU mado mo feel like hotel with so meager nnd Notk. IraluaSan.l i are ilallr holatcn little clyuviMl." him." ui a new person; as well aud slroug as n wine lut. Haven't you the The bargain was made, tho young lady "It didn't leIong to hlnit" ever." VT. 31. McDonald, 40 Summer St., ngreod to come noxt day for tho operation ".No, my dear boy, it didn't. IIo was wear- - Mntvo Dozarls wlno here'" Wrectconn rllnniare made at WlncbMtrrwli). Tho wnlter iwlitely replies that it Ls not in Boston, Ma's.,bad been troubled for years mm uapp,v. etv lorn journal. jh ii iur nu nuvuriisement. a grmt many the house If thoy do not find It on tho list. with Kidney Complaint. By tho use of jewelry flrnu ndvortiso their goorb lujust lli.eiii' if Itloittitaliiuits Pfexlco. "Then send out for It," i, tho command. . Ajer's Sursoparilla, be not only that wny. Almost nny watering place tou a ana 4 r.." 'V".--roaIll that motion known ns the tlorrn colorailo "Very sorry, gentlemen, but I am not IWid Train,, with rMmnBlligfS" may go to you will seo tho hotel clerks biastweec a very cm inus but Imriiiless cutaneous n ing with diamonds that will mako your eyes authorized to do thnt" ueitei proriills, Iioro Known aj quiricira, wlileU bulgoout. It's n good dodge Tho three Jlarco Boai is drinker orntoii-call- y for the jeweler tho disease from assuming a fatal form, caastw peoplo to nppear wttetl, ns if painted and pleases tho clerk." enlarge ujwn the , leitlnMlon rracheJ bj iu ralfreaS, entcxHl to anj ai'ANl'OUD, KY. character of it ror lull jnuuiilara, rail on anr ell over tho faco nml body In lm;o jwlkn a hotel tliat docs not keep "the hst wlno that but was i cstorcd to perfect health. John "But how Is the Joweler benefited!" 'Kent of tbe conianr, or , dots, and hence tba rtatlvei nro dubbed Mcl-cllaever was brought into Now York," Mwf careror. Brldgo nud Third sts., "Well, It don't cost anything to let a clerk D.A.PEELEV 'rik1Pimr rintos, or "paintect jieoii'.o." That much wear n diamond n few months, nnd during ful to mako their oratory and tho text thereof Lowell, Mass., writes: "Forteveral years WALTON, TrT-,,i,Agent, "rv!i; ?sal' mental d.Vtse. kno-.vto tbo wnrii thnt timo rich visitors aro sure to inqulro understood by all the guests In the room. Af-I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney ns cretinism, Is a:, alarmingly prevalent In tho stone, nsk where it was purchased, ter dinner they saunter up to tho ofllconnd nbout Complaint, tho hitler being to tevcro at la publlilitd erery Tuculay and Krlilajr at the jetieralotflcta, Cotlcgton, Ky. the mountain valleys of Guarrcro as in somo and so on. Tho clerk low price of of courso tolls what nsk the proprietor why thoy can't got Jlarco times that I could scarcely attend to my portion of Switzerland. In Europe tbo dis- house It enmo from, Bozarls wine at his tables, oxpatlato generally recommends tho visitor wcrk. Mynppetltc was poor, and I was ease ti rarely encountered ntn higher nltitude to go TWO DOM.AHS PEIS YEAR. there, and aften gives blrn n card of iu- - on Its superior qualities, nnd cleverly, though injch emaciated; but by tiding than 8,000 feet, and chiefly haunts those val. traduction to tho proprietor see!" Pittsburg boisterously, manngo to leave an Imnresslon leys that nro surrounded by high, steep walls Dispatch. hotwo tJiat lifo isof littlo worth all over the k. LISH." of rock, that e.xcludo tbo light nnd limit freo Tln (irlKlntil niii. without Mai-cBozarK u ii Inc. Kabalalwrnplti IV,,,, , ,, circulation of nir; but in Guerrero It appears Tho noxt day tlw now brand is mlded to tho ImllAt'iQ, "Colored 3Ien Mndo to Order." I. BBlt ' c to Iw confined to no fl.Tcd elevation or special Tiio other day Ono of tho oddities of h ParWan journal is lieleagueivd hotel's wlno -- OP ACt.CI.ASJU- i ordi configuration of soil. Goitro is often found this advertisement: I counted tho list at dinner nnd found thnt my NME "A factory in Bellevillo hotel 'In connection with it here, as In the lower produces within was twenty-twbranch of Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. a few days artificial negroes. champagne,carrying nboeo Alplno valloyi, not only of Switzerland and Tho for not a lialf a dozen of Italy, but of tbe Pyrenees, Syria, Imlia and less, metamorpkortis, which Is entirely harm- which Is thcro n call oneo in three months. For tale by Dr. M.L. HODRNK. Is caused by lodino. It opens u brilliant Stanford. my appetite nnd digestion Improved, nnd D. Ward in Doston TranI mado Inquiries of tho staward, who Cbliu. Fannie f uturo to young ruon, as blnek servants, circus Then JL 2 script. my health has been porfectly restored." negroes, otc, aro nl ways In demand. JrJces told me tlw true story of tho threo oratorical low nnd myraont easy. Curllnc Irons for the advocates of JInrco Uoznrk Now York Cor. Sold by ull Druggists. Now Vorlc'a llllml Xor Vork city every year appropriates manufacture of woolj hair nlnsays fcept on Detroit Freo Press. ri TO 4 I)ATS.1 SaT!iS5:,t0-i"- 2' frlco $1 ; Six bottles, $0. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Iiand." Uoaton JouruaL $20,000 for the relief of the blind noor. A list ahu.h.If ,oU c, tr. ctM8lrliW(. Tim Liitent Tiling in Wutonnelons. aw,idli,(,T Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell of blind ieldenUliL-ept- , ""Sl'tnutufjucn, " , and a card sent to Vraaab-bythTho latest thing iu melons is tho "scaly -- AnJ the Loulullle- Mass., U. S. A. Stage Utiles in Franeo. them when an appjoprlntlon Is made, when Aleatt A: Ll.k, lUllTitjClisItUCa. bark." This is tho second season for this JIIsj Helen Dauvmy says: 'Trench they go to tbs olllca of the superintendent of HuJton, N. Y. e melon, nnd it is extra flno. Ls lk Clnolnaatl.iaMi It a dark green Courier-Journ- al outnloor poor and teeelvo their money. If any loso Interest In tbo play during tho half-ho- color, with Irregular patches of a scaly njw , SoU bjr oftbeso pensioners behave badly, after reIntcrvaLs betwoea tbo acta. In my own pearanee. Ills said to bo n most One jear for only 8S two f.awra for little reliable 'Uta a 1.00. monstrance, they are cut otf from the benefit thentro I shall never allow aa octfress mora variety, nnd an excellent article for shipping, more ttaao tbe prlrvof onr. of tbo appropriation for the year. Chicago than alno minutes to chango her iiiesa, or n :i account cf its keeping qualities. Neff IjTANrOltD, KY. Herald. carpenter more than eight to set Vhe stose," Vork Hvenlng Pot By paying ua W yi will recvlit lor one year Exchange. l, the W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor ! your home paper with tbe thn Kauth. ilnninprat. Tho editor's cLUf rocrcutlon In the summer T, renrMpntitlTA nevimnar of Vmj w llcunftra Uror en tbe time Is the iwusaS of circulars and pamphlets W nitd the niDovj due ui far uljiorlptloa and leaaw for a larin tbr rerenuo only, and tbe beat, OfflM-So- utri Iiulitber blU J ijlae aUo Main Street lwn j brightest and ablaut family weekly In tbe Untttii of Jaor complete describing tbe beauties of v.itntlon resorts. thMyeraHot would bo oUI'gad to al In . arrears to remit at Hit- - pfpr tiling Ttj accdlug the aiueunt of jour i ery, Staje, 20x50. ElbtIncluJlDg aeta of Bern,- Htatea. Thoa who Soaire to examine a fkt(ng capacity, aample gallery, GOolouoft Citizen. luUcilptlcn afcr.ee. " "" n ouct. ' tor-- oftha .P.w.riHl)Ie rutcji to fixjc KttraclleLa. doaaat tbli olbce. qutrVd. wtiH, 4, srTO MACKINAC. Summer Tours. 8tts l Skater s. BgSJ lald-hcade- d g POWDIi Absolutely Puve. UM-lyr- .) n - REAL ESTATE AGENTS 1 Uluii-Oni- Millor &Carpoiitor, 'if li'trK vs ywjmSLS' V INDIGESTION Female College! MYERS HOTEL, STAWrOBI). and POPE, Prositlont, REV. ir-e- Fropr dim-plo- o Cured A Big Offer! bo-dd- CHTMl By Using a niupr L. &N. l"K6-T."TT- 2o 1 4'. i i -- Ayer's Pills,, Be Warned LLL Lc.i.r.. L . , SOUTH &WEST toiiMlnill, ' . i'PU l. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS KOBTH-liODW- yiWa i. Brighfs Disease tnj thitfTii-Uopx- SEMI-WEEKL- '" 1 . . d. -t flrst-clit- ss ii nfTe-tio- Prevented Interior Journal W. P. n Pro'r. lit AYEB'S o Sarsaparilla TOB ,W3DR.3rHL finmm uniuntaitri'S vf7.-,";r:'":- jlls io- irn . rand Combination Cf Rl nudl-Mic- Weekly Druj-jlut- OPERA HOUSE Courier-Journa- 8UHGEON rTJIVTi ,i"il"f Ciutltfr-Jiirnalc- r- -