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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886100101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m?m JPIfll -- AT m 'Hlflll mmu --rttV r r uriA Wtf PI NN VOL. XIV. Sjmi-eekliilnltrior0unml STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER To the jpt a .W frr ley. &$.. w jpwwal . &....T.G V ZTE! ... AvJi,. mn&AASt. 1, 1886. NO. 164. II. K. TAYLOR, Prohibition in BroJhead. ndttorof the Interior Journal.) HEUOIOUS. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Vttbltahcil TucHttau ami Brtilaw wllit ex S3 IT3K ANNUM, OAHII. understood If we credit thstl-.pccted and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Ituw lie Wion the Jewel. "Nathan ro ero married, I understand," raid theQ.Termr of Arkaiivr, addressing a hillside constituent. lookin rtirl "Ye, air, cspiured the in tho wholo ooramunltjr. Old LiK P terson's daughter, live. You knowed her, I reckon," lint she w,u enjig-e- d "Ye, bit 1 to 8ta Parker." 'Bho .ml I ?ot nhcad of him. Tell you how It wat UhclovdSim po.mtiil, for he It th bejt circuit rider we hare er. erhad. I Iorcd Rose, and was mlghtl' downcast fjr I thought that thar wa'nt no two !: uucWn1 agio hlni. Well, the day for tho murine was bi, and a p veil I f us coma to town to tea thb weddln', for 'lowed that she wanted to he married in town and lira take the cim for home, s bridal tower thereby Klltiu' a When we got to town, lo and behold, there km a circus, wl h mo horvi thin a etn.nB tmn could ehake a poleat. Hois watmUhtr keen to go t the .how, but Situ e.ys, says he, 'Ilvte, ro'i know U'd atn my religion, Stir here till I aa' theretu' wa cia't unlar jtw git the lictntc.' CO an' drapped. When 8ttn h cone T mj. , sat-alP.,ae( wou'iln'. yon like to gt to that .how?' 'Ym, butSioi woa'l take me.' That' bid, Km, fur ther'n world of hoar ' Then .he lunrl up and boan to cry. kan'i R . ' - I t i rry Siii go lo thuhow; tha.Vt osrlatn, but if you marrr me. I'll take you.' 8h atuddicd awhile, an I aiyi", stys as, 'An let me utar ti th otacwr. nlrlsjr the blrf show's bt th-ug- w, He ten-nill- Let us give you a little hiitory of Brod hrnd and vicinity before and after tho adoption of prohibition: Before it wa prohibited whisky and other Intoxicant! wrro eold in abundance, acd juit another uch place for indecency and disorder could ecarcely be found. It wafn't eafe for a decent lady to pars along the streets, for the might bo insulted by ecms drunkon eot. Only one store; no churches or Sunday schools, Mnoonio lodge or but little of any thing that was pertaining to good. Words or language would fail to describe tho evils of this p'ace' But bow is it now since pro hlbitlon? We now havo plenty of fburish ing churche anil eUht Sunday-schoo- ls uotv inesion in fire mitoi of Iirodhcad. A Masonic lodje, a Goad Tcmplir'a loJfle, both in good condition, An Academy, where we have n xood school ten months in the you; an Institution alone that the wholo ounty should bs proud of and heartily support. Thorn ate other thlngi show ing great thrift and enterprise, too ledion to mention now. The writer has been a citizen of this place for about twelve years and In my knowledge or recollection on not call to mind a bad fuis, or ofiiny one being billed in this part of tho county for tho entire twelye year. Where i. a place that can baat thh? We firmly believe tbat we have the most (julcl and orderly little village on tho L & X from Liuxville to Jellico, Elder J srph Billou hae gone to Nich olas county to hold a meuling. Eldor John Bell Gibson returned from Mackville Wednesday, where he clox.nl his meeting the night before with 29 addi- tions. Kqv E. 0. Guertnnt recently cloed a series of meetings in Breathitt county which resulted in 77 additions to the Pre' bytrrian Church. Kjv. J. V. Love, of the Me'hodist Courch, held a meeting at Smock' Clmpd, in Maricn, which resulted in 21 confeiu-lon- s and 17 addition. The Itiv. George Dirde, for 11 yosrs psstor of the CnrlstUn churoh at Fruit;, fort, has tendered his resignation Hud will accept a call to preach in Buton. Daring his stay thero Mr. Dnsie has endeared himself to the people of tho ontire commit nity and his loss will be felt by nil, 1I will ba remembered here as one of the most conpleasing speakers at the Sunday-schoo- l vention, Nath 11. Woodcock was here Tuesday and said we could officially announce that Brother Barnes would not arrive at Lan caster till the 6th, preaching hi firat sermon that night. He will close his meeting at Hirrodsburg next Sunday, but at tho bo will reearnest requot of the citlz.-c-s main over Monday in crder that MIbjcs Mario and Georgie can nsit in a musical entertainment for the benefit oftheCbarleu ton sufferer Toere I a wedding on tho tapis here, hut wh have bet strictly admonished not to msntlon nime yet. Well, the circus hnsoims ind go io and I beliovp gave gacernl satisfaction to the Isrce crowd in attendance. Miss Mollfe Brooks' many friends glsillv welcome her biclc sgun, after n lenethy visit io relatives in Oalo, Let nil i ur pople turn out and give Bns Muitgomerv and Livingston good duriog tho protracted meot congrrs-ttioIti(5 that Is to begin here on next Sunday nlnht. Ri", Mr. Ducciii, the Methodiat minister who is to preach here, has arrived and he and his wife havs taken rooms at Mr. Ward's. He delivered hia first sermon at tho R.plief church last Sanday night. Oar sick list this week consists cf Mr Dr J D. Ittus, Mrs. Scott Far-M- i, Mrs. Patsy Holman end Mrs. Sstn n.z-letoof Loulsvllla, who Is very low with consumption at her nun,', Mrs. Gorm n, Of LOO AN COUNrV, la a Candidate or tb office Superintendent or ruiille Instruction, subject to ths Dsmocratlobtate Convention, $25 Reward ! fitolcn.from my pastors oa tbo Somerset road, 7 miles from Crab Orchard, on Menday Blent, the 20th lost., a about 13 bands bay al?h, 8 years oid, bas a tear on left hip Ilka a burn; small white spot on left tide made uy saddle Katd. I will give a rcwird of $21 for her return to ac. IV. 163- -t FostolBce. frab Orchard, gy. llaht tnarc, It. JiAir.i:ss, A good tenant wants to rent, for a term of years, 1 An A Farm of 200 to 300 Acres, .KEWCOMB KCOTIX LIT. VJ3IINON, KY. This old and Hotel Is still main taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. JI- KEWCOSin, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. well-kno- Located on or near pike In the vicinity ol Danville or Htanfoid, or in tliu Ump Dick Itoblmon neighborhood, In Garrard county. Land must bs good, with comfortable bouts, eood stables, fences, Ac. Addresi jr. O. IIOX OS!, Danville, Ky. ICE! XOES! ICES! I. I will Jellrer Ire to regular cuitomors In Stanford ana vicinity erory morning at Ono Cent Per Pound. Town Xaot Fov &alc ' Accounts duo at the closoof each month, or when nutoinir quit. ltt-t- f B. JtAItliOW. I. Aa representative of Mr. W.H. Anderson, Ieffer for sale privately his neat brick bouig snd lot of two arres on Somerset Avenue In Stanford. The place has all the necessary improvements and Is a very desirable one. Call on or address mo At Stanford In regird to It. JG2-- lt MACK BUUCE'S P..V.HCI20JIEKTS. Buggy & Implement House. I haro now Fanii For Sale ! I will sell prlratclr ray farm of 82 acres, sit d on the Lancait-- r p(ko, IJ4 rnllea from 8 la a good neighborhood. It has upon It a flee dwelling home containing 8 rooms; good els tern at tho door; good barn and all ceoessarr outbuilding; four nerer falling springs on tha place affording an abundance of stock water. Fenclag all In good repair. 65 acres well set in gras; baf anca In cultlTatton. Terms easy. Pcsscsilon clven Eeotember 20. I'M. will aim !! thnatno and crop now on tbo larm. Apply to ua-letan-for- d, Citizen. A Boy's Cogitations. Sinator Voorhees thus complimented the president in his Indianapolis speech: The Administration of the Federal Government by GroverCIeveUnd has been bitterly as silled, misrepresented and slacdcred by the republican State convention, and by lead era of the republican pirty iu Indiana, No two minds, perhaps, ever agreed in everything nor does it fo low that tho supporter of an Admistration ncctsiaiily concurs in all Its official details; but I am here tonight to declare, oh far as my words will go, that the Administration of Grover Clove Isnd Is strorg, clean, fat hful to public duty, end worthy of all acceptation by the democratic parly and by tho country. What public interest hrs suffered in hie hand? What public July has been neglected? What public trust hai been betrayed? In the moro than electric light thrown upon every act of bis Administra. step of bis public life, lion, and on by Ihe powetfal and sleepless newspaper press of the United Slates, he stands clear and above reproach in his office. K-- ll't gt i- '' ru otri?' Ym 'An' lei mi I lo' ai thi miikis all want UV TibbyBho.' An' won't poll au' haul me urmn' when I git Interestes?' 'No, ew'ar I won't.' let me 'An' when tho she or er wljl look a' the moakeye ajalu?' 'Yes.' pottln her h ind mi,; 1 f 'Na'li,' Mid IjTin'ir on my arm 'I'ji yeuru ' Then I j impd up popped my reels togatber, rnlta lesVn a half Inur wa wae dun married an' a lookln' at the monkey.. That' the way I won that jowel, gomnor." -.- Arliansa Traveler. The r it hi kind of a fellow is modest and mellow, and brave and generous and benign, Hie nature's apparent and clear and Hie your, gentle reader, and mice He hai no vorbueity, no tongue tortuoiltj, and he Is never boastful and loud; He i senile and quiet, and plain in hie diet end never ! mad in a crowd; He' grand and maje.tlc, yet meek and do evenings inenlic, and epetidi Ms at home IWi a tireloj et archer A r all kinda of rir tue, like the author and proprietor o! Ihiapome; He don't play the fiddle, part hia hair in the middle, nor drtea like an Anglican ju h, 1 tram-paren- t, rte dud; When !iu row to a parly with Melj; or Mc Carty he ia never no'ey or rude. He hywlu frugality nnd eweet conjuKa'.lly da); and wnlplo but two time oalouf, nor treid on your He r.evcr h'lnlonw, nor groN when yiu gi-- t in h wat; HeV wi'O and he'rt willy, pertvertii: and criitT and ha a majtiinctnt hund; H.'a all light and awcelncc, he' thorough completeness, he'e perfection, in phgrt, but he' dead. eu I notice Ihe girls have the grentest faoul- ty for growins "all at once." Xo Em is as bony as a porle, but somehow, when she puts on that new dieei just before her beau come', she becomes as plump as rubber bill. I notice tbat tirl who b.'si bad women will kiss bad men. I notice that a girl who is fond of calling man a de lution likes to hug delusions. I notice tbat pa points with pride to my big broth er, who smoke ten cent cigars all day, as un exemplary son, while he alraoU makes miuco mrat of mo if I use one of Tom's stubi I notice that a tin's hair prows faster thau aoy'ii Jen always has more hair on her heid when her beau comes than she has when oho gets up In tho morning I njtlcj a big difference in the town ctcck and ours the morning after Ha'a fallow comes to see her. I notice that the dude who parts his heir in the middle has but little room ou either side cf his skull to part it. I notice that the more spindle shaped a fellow's shanks ore ths tighter he wears his pants, I notice that his mother ain't like mine If she wai be'd wear them Iocs enough lo put a shingle in on an emergency, I notice girls who would blii'h if a man should see the fourth button of their shoe at borne, will go in bathing at the seashore, among a big crowd, with less clothei on than they wear to bid, I notice that an elegantly clocked silk stocking Kill beat modesty every time. I notice that the bouielietihapcd women like the Mother Hubbard the best. I notice that the girls of Chlcsgo are the most modest about show ing their feet. I notice that women's rights women alwajs wear men's hair, and women's rights men women's hair. I notice there is seldom much harmony in church choirs. I notico those fellows who cuss railroad monopolies they most never rofure a free pass. I notico that pi has a very in tlmate knowleJgo of the rules of. polka and far j for a man who nerer tiucbei a card in his life. I notice that it is all wrong for me to play marbles for keepj, but it's all right for our church to play guess cbko till thev rake in the whole pile. I notice that for a girl who virtually says she wouldn't allow any man to kiss her but the one she's oagaged to, my sister Em dots like an indiscriminate guie of Copenhagen amizing ly. Inotics tnat "ktckera" in politics and and cliewhere Lave the eofteet snap. Pa's a kicker. I'm the kicked. I notice that a tun nevir kets too old to be u spring chicken neither dees n girl, for that matter J notico our proaoher says, "I WHnl to ho an angel," and ''I long, on, I long to be therr," but when the colio takes him he's the first to waul a ujcior anu uuaut as "scarf as St. Paul Hetald uny 'ornary" sinner. - otij An Arithmetical Pczxk -- "There were three bays engaged in tolling apples. Two of them bad thirty apples each, and What do our young ladies and gentlea literary nociety here this winter? It would bo both entertaining and improving to us all. Lotus rasko tho efhrt, friends. It Is about time to resume our "mite pirtles," too. I have just returned from tho cities with an elegant lino of New Millinery; not only tho most stylish, bat thn cheapest ever brought to Crab Orchard. If you want a bargain, please call and see me btfore pur cS&sing olfcewhere. Those that nro indept ed to me will pteao call and ettle. I can nlwaT b? found at my shop Cill and ece me. Mr. Fannio EdmUtcn. Mr. J. W. Brooks' handsomo faco is again seen on our streets. Miss Sallie Ward is vMting relatives at Livingston, Miss Lt ttla Cirjon has gone to Louisville to spend tho winter. Misi Alice Stuart is mlngllni! with friends at Goshen. Mr. L. R. Tultle, a very popular pssaenger ogeut of tho L. & N., with his wifa and daughter, Miss Ruby, T.ho have Letn guests of the Harris nouee, Crab for the psst three weeks, left for Louisrillo tho 27th. Miss Hettio ITarris went with them to make a visit to her sister, Mr. H. L. Ste- gsr, cf Vtt Broadway. Mrs. Wallace and Mif Annie Higgins, of KMsville, who have beeu attending the sick bedeide of their cousin, Mr. Qszleton, have re turned home. Mr. Simon Higgins, of Kirksyille, spent several days this week with friend here. Mr. and Mrs. J. T Chndwlck hove returned from a very picas ant visit to relatives in Tenne se. men say to organizing A Pull Lino of Whont Drills nnd othor Agricultural Implomonts, Beildcj a Fall Lino ol Buggies and Wagons Always on hand. In connection with my Implement business, I will alio carry a MJtf SIASTBllSOX VBYTOX. fctanford, Ky. Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough nnd dressed. Prices on everything as WHOLESALE liow as auy one. I solicit a share of your patronage, "2-lr- r Itcapeclfully, TIMBER 22 6c LUilBER, W. J. TICS 3X. UllllCE. West 8 win Street, BUFFALO, Y. Quar-terc- BOURNE No ! ! Tracer MOM WIIEMCK Highest cash price paid for Whlto Asb, Black Ash, Pd Birch. Ihorry, Poplar, Ilottsrnut, Chestnut, Oak, Jdaple, Hickory, Walnut, d Whlto and Eed Oak and Sycamore. ISettirus Hick A. U3.lt C. Southern Acent, Stanford, Ky, VALLS7, RI.VE, Ia tbess tight times each buyer should consult 'U chintSOc for an mtlde wbjn you can buy tho same ining iroin another for 40c. To do this Is not Juitlco to yourself or family, In the next nlace. voj ihonlJ bo sure to est coad articles, l'oor good, are dear at any price. Nowhere is this moro so than in Medicines. You might as well pay GOc an ouaco tor saw duit as fo inert medicines. Bourno has just received his largo stock ol Medicines of all kind'. Every article fresh from the manufacturer. Uo now has the nicest and cheapest selection of fancr gooJs, show case articles, Ac, Ac. The celebrated iJmisre'a Spectacles and eye glaawi a specialty. The beat brands ol mixed palnti every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, tewing machino goods, anglers' goods, artists' goods, chromos. frames, lamp, brushoi, books ol all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for tho dear granuraas, mam n aunts sua tue smartest ua- ny in me uusinoss an ai KWPOM HEWS & HIS31S51P?! THE CW EIEO FOa HID HOUTE Keudiclcj's Koulo East Waahinglon, Philadolphia ond Now York. Tho only line running rULLHAtf NEW SLCEPIXQ CAIIS AMD Dr. II, L. Bourne's New Drus Store, Sunfoid, Ky. A SOLID THAU raou -- the third had sixty applcj, or exactly ss many as the other two put logether. The first boy sold hi apples at two for one cent, and therefore took in fifteen cents. The recond sold his apples at three for one cent, and therefore took in ten cents. The cents. two together took in twenty-GvBut the third boy sold his sixty apples at five for two cents, and therefore only took In twenty.fcur cents. How can this be accounted fcr? To sell five apples for two cents ought to bring in as much as to rell two of them for one cent, and the other three for another cent, but it Hcems that it does not. If different people own Chicago the two apples and the three." o Toe following frank expression is from Hon. A. S. Hewitt, the Xuw York Congress man, iu reply to arc porter's inquiry: "I cm not Bay as yet whether I shall be a can didate or not. There may bs condition" under which I miht accept a nomination. there is any reason I do not really see why I should rjo back, however. I have been twelve years endeavoring to do what I believed was for the general pood, but when I contemplate the result of my work, I am forced to admit that I have been a fal'ure. It re illy seems that I have no influence whatever" AVER'S Louisville, Oinoinnati & Lexington, Zy, to Washington Oity, The Direct route to Lynchburg, DanTllle, Korlolk and all Vlr.lnla ,snd North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, apply to your nearest ticket oiace or nddrets W. W. Monroe, General Agent, Lexln;tou, Ky. W. J. WIUKUAS1, U. W, POLLEB, 2d Vice President. Qeu'J Psts'r A?'t. . LoulsTllle, Ky. jrgL ue Malarial poisons. Cure ent Fast Trains for Now York. Connecting In tho same depot with tlt IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and Apuc, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "llrcak-bono- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Bucken's Arnica Salve. TnebestSalva in the world lor Cuts. Urnlscs Sores, Salt Ilheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Uandi, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Is guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For aale by 'Harpers, S. C, July 9, I884. 'For cWitccn montlis suf-erccl with 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. I PIANOS ! Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, I Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Sqnaro Grand. Journal. OtnvAitD and UrwAitD. Just think, on-l- y fivo years ago the Blade started with EDWIN HARPER." Mass. We ere opening tbo most carefully selected, the finest and beat stock of Dr. J. C. three regulsr subscribers and one fellow who said he would talk with his wife about it. Look at it now the subscription book Is running over with names nod tho editor is compelled to chalk the balance down on the back of the stove pipe. Oily fivo years sgo the infant Blade could boast only of a peanut man's advertisement and n patent medicine cut. Now the merchant pounds on the editorial desk audsnys he will linve more space or he will clean out thn office. OjIv five veurs sgo ihn infant Blade didn't have enough influence to induco a tramp lo eat a piece of pie. Gsz-- on it now. Ween the editor places his hands on tho nrchi modem lever and give it a pull, something Aurora Blade. hns to give aay. i Penny A McAH.tor. ts ritEPARED BY Co., lowell, Sold by oil Druggists. PIANOS AMD OKGAKS Erer brought to this city. Kvcry Instrument la the prlda of an artist and prices range from 10 to 2S percent. lower tuan other dealers atk for the samo goods. Persons ol musical and art culture are Inrlted to an Inspection of the beautiful, refined tono and artist designs ol theis eels bratcd Instruments: cultl-Tated, Ayer & Wonderful Cures. W, D. lloyt A Co., wholesale and retail Drug-gliof Rome, Oa., tay: ''Wo havo been selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Hitters and Buckleu's Arnica Salvo for two years. Have nsv er bandied goods tbat soil as well, or giro such universal satisfaction. Thero havo beon some wonderful cures effected by those medicine In this city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have btca entirely cured by the use ol a low bottles of Dr. Etcg's New Discovery, taken In connection with Electric Hitters. Wo guarantco them always. Sold by Penny A McAllttcr. (1) X - - r f ll,V 1 K V$k as. !?" in America, Tho World-renown- ed Kimbc, tho FaEv- mous Decker & Son, tho Popular l.j :3e3t Newspaper erett and tho Reliable 'ew England Pianos, The Celebrated Olough and Warren and tho John Ohurch & Co. Organs. M Mj. t UOIi, Special Ag'ti. Stanford, Ky. OrROaU P.. KICHARO, Inferences: A. It. Pcnur. lira K. M. Carpen ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. ilooro and Jamrs iiitz-leStanford; Mr. Msggla Unluies. Crab Orchard; (Jen. W.J. Landrau nt:d ill Llnlo llutf-mar Lancaifr, Ky. MS. 133-ly- Aiimouii'b Mammoth Establishment. Everybody has heard of Armour & Co., tho great pork and beef packers of Chicago and their enormous business, hut not everybody knows the extent uf trade done by this wondeiful house. A few statistics a lo what their business was during the twelve mouths ended March 13, 1880 will prove of interest. Io the fret place their sales for the year footed up $43,000, 000. They killed during that year, 1,133,-17- 9 hogs, 330.6.S2 cattle and 035,202 sheep, pounds of lard, and produced of salted meats, 51 508, 85 018,400 pounds meats, 4,002 459 380 pounds pickled spiced meats, 8.219.030 pound pounds green hams and shoulders, 61,008,729 pounds smoked meats, 33,000,400 pounds fer canned m.,l. and 22 401,522 pound, Armour & Co s buildings cover tlliz.rs. thirty actea of grouad, and furnish a floor unit on rritatr rMI1t-nn" area oi do acres. area l stated at 20 acres and Btorago capacity a 00.000 tons. Dartbelr employ 4,000 ing the summer season they during the wlpter season 5.(00 men and Their annual pay roll exceeds $1,000.000 65.1-1205- "Beg pardon, sir," said a Cnicigo hotel clerk, as he took- a very small crip sack handed Lioi by a belated traveler who hsd come iu at 11 30 i n and asked for a room, 'but our rules require cash in ad v.i r from guests with liltle or uo bag. 'C. lty, show the gentleman up to room 3S7, sixth floor. Dollar and a half sir, if you plesse." Slrl" said the guest, "I am au Iowa drujtgist, in a prohibition town." thimbles about." "A thousand pardons," exclaimed the A gentleman who had bseu in town only olerk. "Boy, take the gentleman to rcom three days, but who bad been paying alien 27, first floor. Never mind the cash, sir-n- ever tion to a prominent belle, wauled to Chicago Tribune. mind the cash." but wa afraid he would be thought A Heavv Affliction. She was past loo hasty. Ho delicately broached the "If I were to speak to fi ty, and her husband bnd just been buried. subject a follows: she was very sad, and her pastor you of marriage, after Having only made Naturally your acquaintance threo days ago, what came to console her. "Cheer up, Sister Brown," be said, syci would you say of li?" "Well, I nhould pathetically: "we all have our crosses to sav, 'xsever pui oh iiu vuwu..un .uv wbioh you should have done the day befoie bear." pro-pcr- An Enterprising, Reliable House. Penuy A McAltiter can always be relied upon not only to carry la stook the best of everything but to secure tho Agency for such articles as havo c, wnll'knowD merit, and are popular with the thereby austalnlcg tbo reputation of bolng always enterprising and ever reliable. Having seWiiata Frenchman Can't Pronounce cured tho Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's An Irish gentleman write to ilruth to New Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a poilttvo guarantee. It will surely cure any and say that ho has never found a Frenchman this: "Thlmblerlg every aflectlou ol the Throat, Lutigi and Chest, who could pronounco and to show our confidence, wolurlta you to call Thristlethwaite thievishly thought to thrive ud get a Trial liottle Free. (1) through thick and thin by throwing bis Positive Cure for Piles, thimbles aboul, but he was thwarted and To the people et this county wo would say that thwacked and thumped and thrashed with wo havo been given the Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's thirty three thousand thistles and thorns Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed for thievishly thinking to thrive through to cure or money "refunded Internal, External, HItnl Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 60c a box. thick and through thin by throwing the For sale by Penny A McAlister, Druggliti, poo-p!- aw. by far ho Most Readable. Agorrts warrted overywhera to earn money in distributing the Sun's Premiums. The most interesting and advantageous offe s ever made by any Newspaper. No Subscriber ignored or neglected. Something for ah. noantlful and Substantial rroniinmo in Btsndard Gold and otborWatchcs,V..!uablo Books, tho Rest Family Hewing S.noMno known to tho trade, and annneqiulod llat of objocta of ral utility and inetruotrlon. nd prices. Plcaic coumunliato wliu us for catalogues, term a. J. y, n, UHID a MIS5JSSIPPI !i, W lrom Rates, by Mail, Postpaid: DAILY, per Year (without Sunday) S6 OO 50 DAILY, por Month (without Sunday) I 00 SUNDAY, per Yoar FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 I 00 WEEKLY, por Yoar THE SCX, 'eir Tork City. Address : ... ... The direct through lino and old tstrblUhci route Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii and all points in the West. Two (2) Dally Trains from LouIstIHo to St. Louts. Three (3) Dally Trslns from Cincinnati to St. Louis. OnlyJO'iotira front Louli-IIl- e and Cincinnati to Vt. Louis. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's a rauialo llomedy, t curs Female Diseases, such as Ovarian troubles, Infltmmatlon and Ulceration, Falling and Dliplacemect or bearing down foiling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change 0 1 Llfe.Leucborrhcca, betides many weakneases springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation oi the Heart, Ac. For talo by Drug gists. Prices 11 and $t 60 per bottlo. Send to Dr. J B. Marchtil, Utlca, N. V,, for pamphlet, free. The most popular Weekly ntwariapwdavoted lotcience, mocaanlca,enginrring iitvoTerira. to- vcntlona and patenta er pnbllihed. Krery nnra-b- r Illustrated with aptsndid onm-ln- r. Thli publication farnUheaamoatTaluabl encrclopsdla of Information which n panon thould ba without. Tb popularity cf the Bencwnno Amkmca U cuch that iu circulation nearly equal that of all otbsr paper of Its chu combined. Prlca. S3.S) a Untenant to Clubs. Hold br all ntwMealcra. ilU.SN 4 CO., Publishers, No. 36.Uroada', N. Y. Tho Only Iiino by whinh you can got a Through Blooping Car From Clnclnctl to3t. Louli. Rr TVT tstbeonly lino running OO 1VX. through from LouIiTllle A .LID and Cincinnati to St. Louli, all other routes being made up of a combination of smalt roads. Tbo Ohio A 'T'ho O Jt 5r. -- g E -- Forsalo tiv Penny A McAlister, Dru?Iiti. "Oh no, sister: the Lord bnoweth oast Ho will provide " "I hope so. brother; I bops so. But you crop of the United States has knoff'.i's a mighty hard thing for n The between lUW,' woman at my ftme of life to get a husranged in the last 7 ' bushels,' averaging 25, band that suits her like one bbt's got 000 and 29,500,000 to " Critic. bushels. "I know it," she sobbed, "but mine soems yesterday.'" heavier than I deserve." It came out during the argument in the re Tr 700,000 ud telephone case In Cincinnati, the other day, that there ore about 50 000 telephones in use, and that the royalty paid to the Bell Company by the local or leasing companies is fifty cents a moLth. The income of the Bell Company la therefore, $175,000 n month, or S2.10O.OCO per annum. When Jlaby waa alck, we gave her Caatotia, When alio was a Child, she cried for Castorla, When sbo became Miss, she clang to Castorla, Whoa she had Children, she gave them Castor!, I'raciicv wtuio the Patent Office and hat prepared moro than. Ono Hundred Thou- application! lor waUuta In the nltod btatea and foreign countrl. Couvriahta. Mavmu. Tr.flft.M.rka. Auicumenta. and all other. paper for ecariufr to Inventor their nfht In tu uniiea oiaiea, uiaiiift,, ivuiiauu, Oermanj and other foreign countrje, prepared at ahort notice and on reasonable term. !nfrkrnMt Inn i.tn ntit ulnlm; l.atonta fih of fullr inven without charge. lUud-boo- k Patents obtalncU information aent free. thronsh Munn A Co. are noticed lutbebcliulllla American free. ThBadrantageof anchnotinia ell undentood br d) ptnona tthowUhtodia-uho- I tbelr pntenta. ' ficisaitifio Ad Ml ' Uiiuicun, S31 Lrcadiraj, lew auric Eight ypoV i.u, f 0; fers by other routes. Tho Ohio 4 Mlsilsslppl Hallway Is the only Hot between LoulsTllle, Cincinnati and St. Louts under one mansgrraent, running all Its trains through aolld and Iu conieo,unc la recognised rirst-ClsKoute be twevn those Cities. Apply to ticket Agents of couuectln, lines for lull particulars as to rstes, time, maps, tlrcuhrs or any desired Information, or write to KOBT. H. KUIllIAN. Tray. Pais. Ast't O. A M. It'y. Soucraet. Ky. W. M. PEABOCV. W. B. 8H ATTUC, Utn. Pass. Ag't, Prs. aud Oea'i MnT, Ctcctncatl, O.r ss Sleeplne Cars on night trains; I.uxurisnt Par lor Cars on day trains: Elegsnt Day Coach es on all trains. Direct and close connections are made In UNION DEPOTS with dlTerglng lines by theO. & M. llallwsy, thus aToldtng trobleiome trans Mlssta'lppl Hallway runs Palatial iti M7, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Oliver Ames hai been nominated by called in Trimble conn o-x- --arepublicans fur governor of Mawaohu ty to endorse Hob. John G. Carlisle, which the More frost yesterday morning, j ! 7S?SBBBBB M&f?i&&itit$&MBii&tteifNitZL waa done, the democrats assembled seemed setts. He is the present Ltoutenant Gov Indications are that a good crowd will to have imagined that they were acting in ernor of the Slate, and is a eon of Oakes be in to see tho show Saturday. October 1, (886 a National capacity. They took a whack Ames, of Credit Mobiher notoriety. El Hsneell is teaching the school at Stanford, Ky Word from Columbia is to the effect this plies, the former teacher having given at the war tariff exacted from the people in B lrt-- 1 W time of peace; endorsed the Morrison reso that Gen. Frank L. Wolford is rapidly de- it up. i f P. "WALTON. W. lution to reduce the treasury surplus by clining and it is not at all probable that he Tho trial of St. Clair for killing In paying oQ the bond?; denounced as a sham will again be able to occupy his Beat in mann was called yesterday. R. L. Ewell, and a fraud tho civil service lw and while Congress. Kentuckians, regardless of po- of London, has been retained by the prose DEMOCRATIC TICKET, endorsing Mr. Cleveland, demanded that he litical bias, will receive this information cution. For CongrcJit Louisville Times. go considerably faster in filling the office! with unaffected sorrow. Josh Baring, our town marshal, haa friendly to the democratic ad A Chicigo physician claims to have all the bays working on the roads this McCKEARY, with men JAMES B. ministration. The Bentimenta will be en resuscitated an apparent corpse by the week. It will take about 0 tears to make 01 11 a J lion. injection of a solution of nitro- all the roads Inside the town limits in gocd dorsed by tho democracy everywhere and the regret will be folt that the Trimble glycerine. Ten drops were inserted, and traveling order. LOUISVILLE, KY., (75 Acres under one roof.) Tue democrats in the Third District democrats can do nothing farther in the during the firtt minute there was no sign Mrs. Fannie Adams is visiting in Lou made a mets of it Indeed. The Halsell men premises but pass resolutions. six isville this week. Miss Anna McLane, of of life; In the second minute there were ATT11A0T1ON8. steps in Franklin met on the court-houerespirations, and these continuing to in- - Virginia, la yislting her sister, Mrs. Dr, tAPAXZSB YILLAan.PROK WARPS NATURAL JIISTOR' COUSCTlOy,TIW ART COLLEO A dispatok from Atlanta says that tho while the Rhea men nnd nominated him, Tiox.jiArru: of aErrrsncna.DAURoscu ORcussTRA.cArrA's baxd. crease, the rigor of apparent death passed Daniels, at this place. R. L. Ewell, of Lon and declared prohibitionists Buffered a severe defeat Wed away, the patient recovered consciousness aeeembled in the court-rooREWORKS, and ovor Ono Thousand OTHER NEW FEATURE& don, is in town. Miss Clara Whitehead is him tho nominee. The Halaelt convention, ncsday in the primaries for the election of and will probably get well. visiting in Louisville. barring its position on the steps, seems to four representatives in the city, the major Blank checks, drafts and similar print-- When the train in which the circus 1,- be the more regular of the two, since it was ity being 1,500 against them in a vote of ed forms, such as deeds, insurance policies, cars were was being taken down the road called to order by the district chairman, 700. Both tickets were made up of demo- etc., will hereafter go through the maila as lait Tuesday, 2 miles south of this place it bat the Rhea men claim to have had the crats, the successful one being known as the third-clas- s matter at a rate of 1 cent for 2 was found that one of the cars would not votes. Both eides were afraid of eachother "conservative." The campaign, continues ounces. This will include check-boo- ks or go through tho tunnel. .The train was then MEHCHANT TAILOR. and a dispute over tickets of admission the dispatch, was short and bitter and both books of blank drafts, but not ordinary backed to this place and the elephant and eides all day worked for what they were seems to have been the ostensible cause of blank books, which are fourth class matter other plunder were unpacked and put into worth. Some of the strongest democratic tho split. As the thing stands a repnbll I bars received an J stilt receiving at 1 cent an ounce. Checks, disfts, poll two common freight cars. can will walk off with the cake, bnt it is men who formerly favored the prohibition ciea and other such papers filled up with Mr. D. N. Williams, becoming tired of understood that a proposition to refer the movement, but who subsequently became writing will be charged letter postage. his position of storekeeper and guager out to bj had convinced that Atlanta was being injured matter to a primary election, The Court of Appeals has decided the in Laurel county, sent in his resignation next 8s(urday week, has been accepted by by prohibition laws to the extent of many Richmond prohibition law in the case of Comprlilof the bett In tht market, which, will be last Monday, to take effect October lst. Halsell and will likely be br Rhea. To thousands of dollars annually, bolted the the Commonwealth vs. Bogie, The town number of applicants for this Qotton Up In Stylo and Make Second to None In City There are a or Country an outsidr, unless the one or the other will temperance ticket and supported the op- of Richmond was included in a district position and Colonel Bronston will have no submit to the arbitration of position. withdraw, or Giro Mo h Trial. had passed the local option, but the difficulty in finding a good msn. There which friends, that Is the only fair way of decld-in- s This section is practically unanimous last Legislature Incorporating the town in. will be at least 4 diitllleriea started in this IKC who is the choice of the democracy for Col. A. G. Talbott for minister to Austo a city, with a Mayor and a Board of county and thero are about 15 or 20 appliWe hope to see the day when conventions, tria. Ho has served it often and faithfully, Councilmen, repealed all previous laws cants for the position of storekeeper and except for State and national office, will having spent 14 years of his life as legisla- under which the town was in operation, guager at these distilleries. be entirely discarded and the primaries tor and Congressman. There is no doubt for which reason Judge Pryor holds that A little son of W. M. Hays died last substituted. They are not absolutely free of his ability to fill the position acceptably the law under which local option was passSunday. About three years ago this child the rascally of objection or fraud, but and re trust the F resident will appoint ed in the district is nullified in eo far as it He was taken bitten by a mad-docan not manipulate them so readily him. A petition to that end was signed by related to the newly constituted city of 'as and waa supposed to have to a and defeat the will of the peoplo so fla- every prominent man to whom it was pre Richmond. been cured. About two weeks ago he was grantly as in conyentions, which have ab eented here Wednesday. Robert Smalls has been renominated taken down with flax and had about recov Bolutely become bo corrupt as to threaten Senator Beck is working on his fences for Congress by the republicans of the 7th ered, when last Friday he suddenly became DEALER IN- the life of the party. Let's have done with in earnest and if he does not succeed him South Carolina district. He is only 47 years wild and fierce. With froth issuing from . them. tclf as Senator it will not be because of a of age, and yet his life haa been an event- his mouth, he would snarl and bark like a New York Knights of Libjr ba Tub proper effort. He is already turning up on ful one. At the commencement of the war dog, and continued in tola stale almost up lieye in negro equality and practice it, but court days in various parts of the State he waa an uneducated slave employed in to the hour of his death. question of taste and and making speeches. then that is only the harbor marine service at Charleston. A NewerAr-EHero, I heard a sad according to how a man is raised. District In May, 1862, he escaped from bondage, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, 49 on a visit to Richmond applied to the day to this he has occupied story the other day about Welch, who and from that Paris will vote on local option in No prominent pciitions oi different Kinds, all writes most of the funny bits of supposed Merchant's Hotel for accommodations, The proprietor agreed to take them, with vember. of which he haa filled with credit. This conversation that appear In the New York It is not legal to kill or net partridges will make his fifth term in Congress, his papers. "Welch begun to make his reputatho exception of their negro companion, but they became indignant and left, subsequent-l- y before Oct. 20. district being bo strongly republican as to tion as a humorous writer while employed on the Rochester .Pwf.ErpreM. Frank Hurd has captured the nomina- insure his re election. When the showing their desire to Bleep with the tion for Congress in the Toledo district. Philadelphia Cull was started he went to negro by engaging board with him at a Thirty buildings in the town of De the Qaaker City, and his "accidentally DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT 1. colored establishment. II the Knights of Land, Fla, were destroyed by fire a few overheard" were his own fortune and those Labor are for the purpose of breaking down There is to be a meeting in the inter of his paper. He is the most widely quotdays ago, the barriers between the races, it had just ml of thn Louisville Southern Railroad at ed funny W. n. -- By the discharge of superfluous print man In the United States. For JOHN MeKlNNEY, Sr'etmen. as well go now as later, for it is sure to do BRIGHT, House office saves $57,000 Court ers the public printing several months Mr. Welch has been troubso. Mr. Lynn Hud an, of this county, has per month. led with cane r of the tongue, and not long sold a big lot of wheat to Denny & Co., of concludes an exThe New York World Dr. Plummer, of Harrodsburg, is an ago to save his life he contented to a terof haustive article on the liquor question applicant for the governorship of Washing- the Lancaster Mills, for 75c, an advance rible surgical operation. One cheek was laid 0 some importance. There were nearly with these words: No party can afford ton Territory. open to nearly the ear and the greater part bushels in the lot. to put it on the low ground of votes alone of his tongue was cut out. He can never John E'ten Cooke, a Virginia author Colonel J. P. McGrorty, late of this reasonable regulation of the 11 of much note, died at his home near Winto opposo speak again, but life will be prolonged, and place, now of Doming, New Mexico, was a quor traffic. Tho policy of high license chester on the 27th. he has a wife and children to support. delegate to the convention which recently tends to shut up the low groggeries, while It cost St. Louis $100,000 to entertain assembled at Sorrocco and renominated Not all the heroes wear brass bottom and it brings back to the taxpayers a portion of the Knights Templar, but she took up shoulder straps, and Welch is a hero. Dealers In all kino .if Hon. Anthony Joseph for Cangresa. the inevitable public expense caused by in- from them about a million. New York Letter to Syracuse Standard. Murphy is another one of the Dennis temperance. There is a safe middle ground Lynn Boyd who failed for the democrathas adopted A Massachusetts paper-mil- l is not between prohibitory fanaticism and an un- ic nomination for Register of the Land Of- excursionists who went West who clerkship a safety paper which will make it extremecoming back. He has received a restricted traffic. fice la dead In Calloway county. City and ly difficult for any one to tamper with bank republicans of the 4th Congress- in a dry goods house in Kansai The notes or checks printed upon it. The colSenator VoonnEEs' speech at Indianaphas already entered upon his duties. ional district nominated John W. Lewis, of oring matter of the paper is so prepared olis Monday night opening the campaign Capt. George H. Dobyns received a tel Springfield, as their candidate, and he ac in Indiana, is chock fall of democratic the application of any cbemioal to cgram yesterday morning from W. H. Rob that cepted. remove ink will permanently change tho that smaller guns might study and A. J. Porter, chief train dispatcher on inson stating that Lee Yeager'a horse, Danand an ingenius device fire at other audiences. The Senator has the L & N , has resigned, to becomo Sup- ville Wilkes, won the trotting race at Day- color of the paper; nothing but good words for tho administrais added which betrays at once any attempt erintendent of the Kentucky & Indiana ton, Ohio, in three straight heats on Wedto make an erasure. Between the two, any tion of Mr. Cleveland and nothing but con- Bridge Co nesday. demnation for the iniquitoue workings of During the marriage ceremony be- enterprising forger will be sure to ootne to Z T. Young, the county attorney who and Misa Sabra grief. the civil service humbug. i has had much to do with creating the bad tween Dr. Hugh Wild at the Giltnertho bride held in WioaiNS1 earthquakes and cyclones did state cf affairs in Rowan, did not drop dead Pennington Colonel .Bltiegri), of Kentucky, stood by pensively in front of the Palmer home the d hor band a beautiful bouquet not materializs in the elightest degree and as reported. preceptor, other day; when n cpdy looking wreck B now he tries to sneak out of the whole The Blood Indians in Canada massa- the groom's cousin and former by accusing the reporter of putting cred 100 white persona and destroyed $25.-00- 0 Dr. L. 8. McMurtry. of this place meandered up to him and observed: "My "No sab," TUba Lee., Clav Tevls and another friend can you help words in his mouth that he never uttered. . worth of property in revenge for the This is his second big failure as n pzophet killing of C of their tribe. small negro boy were fined $5 each in tho snapped the colonel. "You are too prior," and the public ought now to be convinced A fellow named Conwell alienated the police court Wednesday for disturbing re- remarked tho seedy man; "I was going to that E. Stone Wiggins is a fraud and a aflectionsof a married woman in Marion, ligious worship A few days ao two young ask if you could belpme find the nearest sacharlatan. O , and the indignant citizens rode him men named Goodloe and Irvine were fined loon where we can both get drinks at my exSUKUEYH,$5 each for fast ridiug. On Wednesday pense" "Well, Major," responded the KenThe friends that hs made all over this through the town on a rail. O. P. Huntington, the millionaire rail- two warrants, one againslEd Green and one tucky gentleman, "I dunuo but I could, section of the State by his arbitrary ruling will learn with roader, is having built at the home of his against W. G. Proctor for the Bame ofleuBe ah. This way, sh." at tho Lebanon convention, regret that Gen. John Rodman was defeat- childhood, Litchfield Conn., a Gothic chap- were dismissed. An interesting experiment was recently Hon. A. G. Talbott, of this county, is made to tent the speed of the swallow's ed for reporter of the Court of Appeals by el for the Unitarians of that place. an applicant for the Austrian mission and A verdict of not guilty was reached Edward W. nines. In other words, the fi'ght. Two hen birds were taken from Grain, Wool, Need, FmmI, CJonl, fjumber, Etc. has a strong backing. Should ho receive General is neither a victor nor will be get Tuesday at Seattlo, Wy., in the cases of the their broods in Pavia and conveyed to Miwho is thorough the appointment, his wife, any of the spoils. It is sad, very, very six men charged with leading the lan, where they were released at a given ly conversant with several foreign languagriots at that place last February. sad. moment. Both of them made their way including the German, will materially Newton Jones shot and killed Frank es, to their nests in thirteen minutes, A Washington, N. Y., editor published duties of discharge of tho The aid him in the Burden Wednesday at Paducah. which gives the speed as 87 miles an Borne derogatory statements of two young tho position. The President could do no ladiea in his paper and the next day while trouble grew out a divorce from Jones' better than te recognize Col. Talbott's great hour. is said to have caused. he was attending the county fair, they wife, which Burden At L;xlngton the first annual fall sale abilities by giving him this appointment. The National Druggists' Association came upon him with rawhides and beat week for Washington of the National Horse and Cattle Exchange this used He will leave of America took place Wednesday, Thirhim withia an inch of his life. Served says 2,600,000 ounces of quinine were Mr. Felix G. Fox, of Kansas City, is in ty seven head were sold for S6 600, nn avhim right. An editor has no business say in America last year, and that the use ol ing anything but nice things about the fair morphia as a stimulant is rapidly growing. town on a visit to the family of his father, erage of $18385. Ben Crady waa killed at Nelsonville F. T. Fox. Mr. Addison Craft, a rex. Monday by Nat Johnson. The trouble lawyer of Holly Springs, Miss., and a col CouiiHlftsloner'g Salo Tub General Passenger Agent's office of grew out of the recent Congressional race. lege classmate of Judge Morrow, waa In TUA.IjISItft-- i IN the Newport News & Mississippi Valley Johnson's first shot struck Crady in the orcourt this morning. Mr, J. R M. Polk, of DrriRH, Wall Paper, WIiich. MunIchI Railroad, has been removed from Rich- side, and the second pierced his brain. the Louisville bar, is here, having business BooIcm, ClicuilcalH. Liquor InMtrueiueiiu, mond to Louisville and that officer, Mr. Judgn Robert Green, of Union, was 1'llllltH, Bfatlonery, Meters. II E. Simuel, J. C CHetirH. Pocket Harry W. Fuller, has taken cp his resi- nominated as the democratic candidate for in Court. National Bank of StantorJ. Kr., and otberi OilH, SoaiM, TolmccoN, Cutlery, Caldwell, Granille Cecil, H. G. Sandifer, First Trustee! of Union College, DarbourTllls.Ky. ti. ol dale Iniquity. dence lu that city. IiUlllpH, Perfumery, Flro Arras, Machin Notice Governor of New Jereey, on the first ballot. S. R. Cheek and W. C. Price acted aa pall tale of tho a judjment anil By Needle. The Secretary of the Treasury has itsued The convention indorsed the administration bearers on the occasion of the funeral of Knox virtue ofCourt, rendered order of (September Our Jewelry, Silverware nnd Optical OootI Iicpnrtmcnt Is In Charge of Col at the Circuit 183(5, In tht above another bond call of $15,000,000, three per of President Cleveland and adopted an ex Mrs. J. K. Samrall lait Sunday. cauie, the Thog. Jl'clmrds, vt lio will Jlcpalr uatcliCB and Clocks promptly and In tho bent itrled term thereof, underilgned will, on cents. This la reducing the surplus even cellent platform. stylo. The grand jury before bslng finally faster than Morrison proposed, Lst the Capt. Hal. T. Walker, a lawyer of discharged Wednesday returned the fellow Ootobor 25. 188G, good work ba kept up. Montgomery, Ala,, has the distinction of ins Indictment: Albert Bailee, murder; Bfttwten the bourt of 10 o'clock, A. w. and 3 door In Barbour o'clock p. M . at tbeCourt-Houi- a have not received our London Lead having been the only child born in the David Tester, breach of peace; Goorgo Phil- vllln. Kt.. IkIiii cotintr court dar. proceed to ex- We Best Is to Publlo Auction to the hlghMt bidder, the White House. His father was the nephew ips, gamlnp; Thomas Mann and Robert er for last week yet. How Is that Bro. property. vU. Union Collegt , allowing H k nd private secretary of President Polk Woods, do.; J. A. Ferrill, fuinlshing liquor In BarbouriYllle, Kt, Bald nropertr ii a Uuo KWaterproofGoat Crall? We ab'olutely "can't do without building, well and lubitantilly built In to minore; Ella Taylor, grand larceuy; Lee brick your mailing clerk up a little. and resided with tho President's family. it." So jog tnodarn atrle, and cost about Light Tlioumnd Eycr Mafle, Mrs. Samuel Warren, of Maquoketn, Clark, William Henry, John Hamner, Joa. Iollar, baring been erected In IBH'J, Bald propTjnlm Kon rennln Don't wate your money on a (ram or rubber coat Tho Hull iinANDSMCKE erty will be aold toiatl.fy a debt In favor ot thn TnE Connecticut democrats have nomi- in prohibition Iowa, stepped into a saloon uo4 winmr.r.. alien i i, (nnl.l'ruil mi,vlnlruoor. and will keep rou drv lu the harden (torin l Hamner, EJ Hamner, concealed weapons; FintNat. Bank ol Stanford, Ky., for 52,000, with TuiPH vfc, miciiaand A.t youratorrkeepeidoe-nated Hon. Edward S, Cleveland as their where her husband waa drinking, grabbed a at 0 per cent, per annum from TOWIMt.amim nn BHiicn". n rnr nrvrlntlve PnMlnmi to A J tnkenonuirr. If onBt. Iln.inn Mau W. H. Butler, obtaining rnony under fale interest thereon until paid. Alio a debt in lirot P not n yy February 1, 1835, for govtrnor and if he Is as lucky glasi of beer from hla hand, and candidate mmummmmmsMmmmmmmm captured pretenses; E. B. Ruesell, letting a house for ofUreen EMitt forSl.Oii), with Intercit from JuW, paid. as his namesake he'll get there. enough of the beverage to convict the sa- improper uses; Lucy Clark, Mrs C L ly 30, 1831 until J743.10, Alto a dsbt in faror ofJuly ,v. Ftwyen for with lnterot from with lntcrait IS, I8S3, until paid Tub Winchester Democrat has shed its loon beeper, who paid $50 and coM. Payne, Annie McKenslcy and Amanda from Anguit 10, 18i0, Alio, 9111.03, and the ujI until pit J, "patent" and now prints both sides at homo. Cholera is raging In Japan. Bctwein Johnson, keeping disorderly house?. On the thereof. TbU will TiiBU Thero is besides a generel improvement in AuguH 28 and September 5 inclusive, nine charge above noted, W. H. Butler plead credltofG ov Saiu monthi, tale oiiul ba made on a Elghtoon Profosoors ami Instructors. In Installment'. and 12 berrqulrel toctveboud with of thopappt. the make-uMechanical, Scientific, Enginesrlng.ClassIcal, Normal School, days, 13,318 new case- - were reported. guilty and was given one year in the pent The nurobaior willior tho payment of tho approred lecurlty mdneJT to have the lorco and effect of a Military Tactlcsr Commercial anil Preparatory Courses of Study. javial old girl, Mrs. Belva Lacjk Oaaths during tho same period were 8,472, tenliary. In the case of the Commonwealth That lofjcl Intarttt fro.ii day or nlo u Tokio'alone there were during tho nine vi Albtrt Bailee, charred with tho murder JuIjuidU, trtAiine wood, hw taken tlmo by the forelock fod COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Tltu Htm rulnlu poii Mid property until all fii wrtrlIn'' 2 T52 , and 8.472 deaths ,f J. IV! P M-- V e""H-lcfor the presH'H rail trm Ottt, lSrt. Tor CntnlofiUC nn ! utber Information miM HI uer cent, of thess attacked die. Addrcia jAMlib li. I'ATTIUIUON, ICI-'., Lexington, Kentucky. Mailer Com'rEini Circuit Loud. jury had begun when this letter cltweii. cy in Jbbd, Sroi-SKeeft- lii Inferiorlowwl Ik a convention -- lr Izp oaxTXOxi ?lg-L'Jt-A-TiM . I3iBj firii o XXlXIWarXj 'ia i H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, O. i-j?iJ3-r- poll-ticia- -- mad-ston- e w. 9HMQflH Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevators, Pumps, Cider Milieu &c. t. wearen & meifee, ?' Favminglmplements and Machin ery, pre-enle- 5Sr 0cp bus-ineE- me" Wim Baggiest -- mm$fGa9 J Spring Wagons, Bucli Boards. Farm Wagons anti-Chines- e k M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, -- Stanford, Ky. -- UNION JDOLLEGE! wfi Monday. sS!fe WBlttSP i I lilBfPfi II IK h m oiuieiyii-nfTan- 1 p STATE . COLLEGE of KENTUCKY ili, par-cha- ie y 0. qp. K -- ) - r- - -I 5 J" LAND. STOCK AND CROf BmvWMi Jiiteriorjoaund Wm. Eramett, aged G3, and a Lilts W. F, Rtmny, the butcher, is paying Roatey aged 10 were married in Cater y- Fresh fish tad oysters, terrcd In any 3j for fair cattle to kPl. torday. October 1, 1880 way sad At any time at J. T. Harris. Stufoxd, Ky., Will Hays sold his lot of shipping Mr. Sam R jut, of this place, and Miss hogs lo Tom Robinson at 4;. V. H. INtiKina1 find ten his heat' Lula Denton, of Klrksville, Call at are to ba married coal-hoJ. B. Paxton sold to Tom Robin, on 23 H. O. WALTON, etc. Business Manager. lag Bloref, coal-vasnext Wednesday. 1 is a boom in marrirges here hoKS, avcMRing 175, at$l 05 Thero A FINE line of fresh French Candies just Eld. J. Q. Montgomery sold in Cic I, d N. LOCAL TIME CARD. now. Rev. J. M. Bruce has been engaged received at A. A. Warren's 'Model cinnati Wednesday, 2 cir loads of hoes to tin three knots next week. " Melt train tfoll2 Worth r( m. .......v.- - 1 , CO. . m. ....-- U " South it r. M It is reported that one of our loveliest at $4Sixty 1 M south AN.elegant astortment of new buttons In young ladle ts to become an old man's it head of yearling mules were Nsrimtrtin"ii 1 18 Jl. Mi ii ii flVIBiimMHK also a new lot of darllngbefore Doalor In- many moons have waxed and eold recrntly in Bath county at $76 ptr Thtkira U calculated ou standard time, Qolir email and large, to mater; clasps, at 0sley & Craig's. head, delivered Got. 10. ssls about SO minutes waned. Howard Biiley bought of James W, Mr. Mack Sluder and Miss Martha Bank Stook. Sixteen shares Firjt NaLOCAL NOTICES. McKee, of Harrison county,forLtyy ABro, ba told at auction Trusty, a comely little Miss of 18, were tional of Stanford will Buy your Bjhooi boors from Penny & of New Orleans, 40 head of two year-ol- d next Monday, county court day. James married by Judge Varnon at the Court-Hous- e McA lister. mules at $150 per bead. Thi y were fat Wedoeeday. W ATOiica and Jewelry repaired on ahor Dudderar. Two young Japanese employed in the and fine. ootlco and warranted by Fenny & MoAlia Joe E. Rollins, of this county, sold to Joint Cook ha sold his birber shop to Japanese Village show in the L luiaville r. itock of Jewelry, latest Will King and he has removed it to the Exposition, have been made one by mat- Jce Vancleave, of Like City, Mo., i fine A complete it Is. Hock ford watchea a specialty. Fen old postofOce and fitted it up In fine style. rimony, the first instance of the kind in jick for $1,000. J C. Phillips bought in uy A McA lister, Ben Goble, a first class artist, will assist this country. Clark and Bourbon counties 53 yearling Oort Drag Department is complete, with him. of $110. -- Leb On the 221 Inst., at the residence cf mare mules at an ave-aPure Good at price as low a trie lowest. E, P. Naylor, of this connty, by Elder anon Standard. Examine your stoves now for repairs. Mr. Penny & McAliiter. H. R. Hiatt sold his fine saddle etal-lioDon't wait until you are ready to ute them R. A. Hopper, Mr. J. D. Johnson, of GarWallace Denmark, to H. W. Timber- PERSONAL. and then put in your order and expect to rard county, and Mrs. Alice A. Holz:Uw . lake A Co. for $800. This hone has taken Hlg Lebanon Standard. them tbe same day, W. H. C. C. Carson is -- pending a few days have " It is announced that Rev. H. T. Din-le- i 15 premiums at various fairs in Kentucky, gins. in Louisville. and Miss Ellis aro to be married at and was bred by J. P. Rifle, of Lincoln Rev. Ii. A. Dawes has gone the Louis There is one town at least in Rickets Richmond on the Gth. His friends hero county, Ky. Liberty (Mo ) Advance TR villa Exposition. tie where prohibition works its perfect way, The Litoola Ra:es of twelve Jdays be with him a sure consummation of bis Mn. and Mns En Cakter went to if the statements of onr correspondent there hopes and many years of conjugal felio- - gin to day with a programme of unusual Louisville yesterday. are true, and we believe they are bourne interest. Reduced rallioad rates will be- 11, JuRa. MoLMi Hccker Is tpsnding a out by the facta in tbe premises. Mr. Robert L. Collier and Miss Mollie, given by all the lines and tbe attractiors few days in Louisville. the stock of goods the handsome daughter of Mr. W. P. Tatem' will no doubt draw a big crowd. We thank Havino purchased Mim Ueouoia Lewis Is spending the C. Hopper, forfayors. from Misses Smiley & Warren, I will be both of Crab Orchard, came down to Dr J. the Secretary, Mr. E. week with relatives here. At the sale of land and personalty by found in the future at the rooms vacated G. Carpenter's yesterday and were married Mrts. Joe Seveuance, Albert and Sam W. Maupln's heirs 217 acres of improvby them on the corner, next door to the by Elder John Bell Gibson, at 2 o'clock. G. Walton are in Louisville. " This was a little runaway match and is an- ed land eold at $45 35 per acre and was Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Hum SAitOEANT has returned from a Myers House. by Geo. Gibbs. Fifty or sixty other eridence of the ueelesinm of the old purchased visit ta Clarkaville, Tena. The first issue of the Lancaiter Xki folks kicking when the young folks set acres of corn sold at $1.25; yearling colt, Mrtg. Kate Ddddeiuii has gona to by its new editor, Mr. W. A. Mulllns, is Rich$83; hogs, $4, and cattle high. their bsads. Indianapolis to rlslt relatives. out. Tbe editor is a total abstinence man mond Herald. . Mr. Frederick Burgers and Mies Bollo Ma 0. B. Ksolkman, of Paint Lltk, and wanta to tee prohibition carried, but Long Jim Chism sold a field of corn on Pierce were united in marriage at the reswrs the guest of his brothers here his week. will take no prominent put in the fight. Iodian Creek last week at $1 25 per barrel. idence of T. L. Sbelton, Rowland, Tuesday Mr. Hal F. Moore, of Crab Orr old mules J. N. HoJgkin, sold 11 The L. A N. will run an excursion to the morning hy Rev. A. S Moffett. Mr. Bur- at $74.05 per head. Sam Hayden sold to chard, was here a couple of days this week. Crab Orchard gess is ore of the most capiblo and popu MnuH Hunley St.NOLiroN and C. Louisville Exposition from T. O. Crozlcr, of Bardstown, 23 head of on the 14th of this month. Leaving there lar engineers on the L. A N , and Miss A. Redd, Jr , of Crab Orchard, were here s yearling mare mules at $112 at 5 A. M. it will arrive In Louisville at Pierce is a refined and handsome lady, who yesterday. Winchester Democrat. at 10.30 r. M. will make him a loving and tender help each. Mil. V. H. Cloyo has gone into the at 10 o'clock; returning leave p An unusually largo crowd and 800 catround-tri$1.59. meet. The Interior Journal pronounces real estate business at Stn D.ego, Cil , and Fare from hereii for the II tle were the features of the Winchester Is prospering. The examining trial of Will Murphy for its blessings upon the union. court. Prices were lower than a month Brother Joe Monday is a hustler in Mns. F.J. CAMrnELL and Mrs. John cutting George Carter on election day was ago. Forty-nin- e head of good,smooth Boyle o at, whether in religion, S. Hughes r turned from Rck Castle again postponed Tuetday, a Mr. Carter everything he gt and Washington county feeders brought Spring- - yesterday. was unable to be prerent. It will be heard prohibitlou or courting, Two weeks or $394. Tom Woods, of Boyle, sold 5G Mr V. M. IlRtonT la in L tnisrllle Satuiday, by which time it is said the such a matter ego, he had never heard of head at prices ranging from $3 40 to $3.75 acdiu three day of surprises his mission wounded man will ba able to come to Mies Mary Miller, and yet it Is announced Duncan, of Wtiyne, sold 38 head at about that he will lead her to the hymenial altar is somewhat suspicions tiwn. $3. Wm Moreland sol i 110 scrub ewes at ... 2.i at the Biptiat church next Wednesday at -Mn J C. Florence is Ultimo his old The battle of the "Wets and Drys" wag- 10 o'clock. Miss Mary is but sweet 17. $2.30 per head. There were about 50 aged home in Xeteon and Joe Rtce is dispatch es with unparalelled fury in Lancaster and sold mules offered; 11 hed of Brother Munday is perhaps double that log tralna In his stead. everybody is excited over the question. A and a widower, and this latter fact may ac- for $74.05, considere4 to be very lo; 150 Messrs. II. 0 Kaltkman and George gentleman who lives there told us yestersuckling mules wers offered and moit nf count for his knowledge of the fair sex and D. Burdett passed bick to Lancaster yes- day that the probability was that the his ability to inspire both confidence and them eold at prices ranging from $10 to terday from a visit to Louisville. $65.-8- uo. "Drya" would win. They Mem to be win- lovo. Ma and Mrs. S. E. Lackey and fsm ning everywhere of late. Everybody In this section knows Pat Oj the four sides of a handsome tombily.cf Gallatin, Tenn , are visiting tbetr who took a stone, erected by a man in Niles, Mich., a Muldoon, the old Irishman, LakcA8TI-- r Fifteen share Citlun parents, Mr and Mrs W. M, Lsckey. Mrs Pickett Taylor returned to National Bank stock sold at $110; 5 shares nap on tbe railroad track a few years ago ovsr the grave of his wife, are these inG. W. Yancey's meeting and was knocked 10 feet down an embank- scriptions: "The more Sain'i the more Carlisle ycVerday, accompanied by Mrs, at $110 25.-R- ev. X:-ICs3- S3 Will Craic and Mrs. W. P. Walton, who at Leeeburg, closed with 30 additions -- 22 ment by a passing train, without hurting Hypocrite-;- " "The more Peace the more baptisms. The Owsley Rifles are" still on a him, or even waking him up. 'Well, Pat Plenty;" "The more Priests tbe more Povwill visit Mrs. Reuben Mann. ." boom. Five new enlistments within the was married yesterday to Mrs. Mary Berry, erty;" "The more Religion the more sumJOE F. WATKHH. Mrs. W. 0. Park, who spent the M.C. WEAKEN. a bonnie widow of 32 and just 21 years his mer ith her relatives here, left Tuesday last montb, making C7 men enrolled. Cs.pt. junior, and tosetber they will enjoy for the for her homo In Kansas City. Her brother, Kincaird sa; s that he has the largest and SETT ADTEBTlSESEBTh. rest of their lives tbe pension which Undo best company in the State. (News. J. W. Alcorn, E , accompanied her as far Sam pays Pat for real or imaginary disa " as St. Litii, Tin: new law requiring all poatma'ters bility incurred whilo be "fit to put down ! Miw Ella Smiley has returned to to deliver mail matter of any kind, with a the bloody rebellion." her home in Dinville, having sold out her special delivery stamp attached, within one The native, who were not poeted, and A Yiluablo Stock Farm containing 319 Acre and store here. Her pleasing manners mile of their offices, went into effect yester but few of them had been, were treated to ittuateU 1 mile from Crab Orchard on tbe BtanlorJ modest demeanor won her many friends, day. In addition the ordinary lke. a a genuine surprise Tuesday afternoon and rcomi orer same, when Ths two now (tore-roowho wish she had have remained with us. built by ten cent stamp issued for the purpose must it was announced that Dt. Hugh Reid and In Stanton), on Soith tide of Main street, In On die j A Also tbe brick resilience wblcti be attached to the letter or article to insure Miss Sabra Pennington, in company with I am now llrlng. LOCAL MATTERS. J: . O WHTiKY, lGI-- tl ritanford, Ky. iU immediate delivery. Young men with P. M. McRoberts and Misa Lula McKinFnisii Candies by the wholesale at Wa- - sweethearts in the suburbs will find thi ney, Jamee T. Craig and Miss Mary Brown, ! ters & Wearen's. way of communicating with them cheaper had driven to Danville for the purpose of "nigger" mail, be- being made one after God's holy ordinance. To of Lincoln Co. A new lot of Petri ShirUi just reielvrd than by the ordinary the Tax-Payesides It will be so funny to have Captain Tho matter had been kept a profound se " at Owsley A Craig's MoDday next will be County Court day and you Richards act as errand boy. cret; in fact not many people knew that the areheteby notified tbat your taxes for 1850 have been due for tome time and must now be paid. I MrrcALF A Foster have for sale pure par sums bare The railroad meeting at Tullahoma, recent reconciliation at Crab Orchard on tbelargo day ol toOctober,into the State Treasury home-grow- n timothy setJ. 1st and all county claims Tenn , last week to consider the question of Springs, after two yexra of estrangement, ara due and payable at thlt date. I am therefore collect large sum money at Six building lots for sale between Stan- building a railroad to tap the Cincinnati had been so thorough and complete. But compelled to behind aoa making ofcollections once. I am greatly and urgently request all to come forward ford and Rowland. II. J. Darst. Southern at McKinney, in this county, was the love which they entertained for each-othand settle ou tbat day. bon't say you barn't got beforo "tho quarrel" end which was tbe money nor can not get It, lor tno Banks bare attended by gentlemen from all along the Inoteai) of "Thanks, awfully" tho latest to and only sleeping, leaped into n living, burning plenty and wantJT. loan It. and the right y proposed line 163-X. JiEXEFEB, 8. L. C. "fad" in "very much beholden to you." large subscriptions were pledged. Com- ll. me, which nothing but entire possession The young people are arranging for a mittees were appointed to canvass the could satisfy, and the earliest opportunity counties for both, and to report to the gen- to fulfill their former hopes and dreams German Dancing Club here this winter. in eral committee at Tullahoma. Messrs, K, was embraced. Hearts that once truly love Another lot of very handsome Dress L. Tanner, F. M. Ware and Dr. Green never forget, and theirs were no exception. A WEIL IMPROVED FARM, Tbe Lexington Roller Mills Crtam Flour, II Ranoy, repnientatlre, Is imperially popular. Within a mile of Btanlord, containing 100 acres. Robes were opened yesterday by Owsley A Moore were appointed the committee from May tbey never cease to thank the good New dwelling bouse. Also 73 acres farming land "Will M, Waters, Salesman. Apply to "WATERS fc Crlg this county. It strikes us thai the citizens fortune that took them to tho Military adjoining. E. T. JIOC11E3TER, is understood that Hon. James B. try and t,et it extended to this Ball and to bless the little mediator who should 101-It Or IF. O. WELVH. will address the people here next point and wo suggest a meeting for that brought them together. Arriving at DanMonday. purpose. Mr. Tanner was here yesterday ville the party stopped at the Giltner Ho tel, where, by previous arrangement, they Be euro and seo the New Economist and said that he never saw such enthusiasm I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millinas was manlfcrted at tho meeting. He lit a were met by Ry. E. M. Green, Mrs. ery, IncludlDg all Cooking Range at W. II, Hlgglns. Some McMurtry, Leslie McMurtry, Dr. no doubt that tbe road will be built and at thing entirely new. Dr. Fayette Dunlap and Col. C. R. Ander The Latest Novelties of the Season. an early dy. AT.fllarotsburg, Rjokcastle county, W son, and alter a beautiful and appropriate Also Notions, such as Haudkerchlefs. Collars DBALlaSlHThe number of dismissals at the Pub- ceremony, Dr. Reid and Mies Sabra Pen- and Cuffs, RucntDg, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You C, Cummlncs was appointed postmaster, will Bnd me at the rooms lately vacated by Smilic Printing Office la S75. vice W. O. Mulllns resigned. nington were pronounced husband snd ley X Warren, next door to lbs Myers Uousa. Drugs, Books. Stationery and KATE nVDUEUAR. Riv. Morris Evans will preach at wife. Atterwards an elegant supper wss IGMm Fancy Articles. The handsomest line of queensware ever Bright's School House Sunday at 11 served in a privato parlor, and about brought to this market just opened at A, o'clock. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. 0 o'clock the new couple and their attend A. Warren's "Model Grocery." Also In Louisyllle the cattle market Is dull ants returned to Stanford, where they were On tbe Stanford A Knob Lick Turnpike Itoad and hi of Ladies' collars and en (Is, at 2 to 4J-- ; hogs are quiet at 3 40 to 4.55; met by a number of friends at the Myers known as tbe Helm Farm of tbe late Dr. aliens OCR stock Ruching, G'.ovcs, Edging of all kinds, Ac, sheep dull at 1 to 3; lambs 2 to Containing about 230 Acres, House. The Stanford Orchestra compli is new complete. Owsley A Craig, Colonel Bjnnett Young's mrnted them with a serenade and every- And baa a com'ortable dwelllns; thereon. Apply The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, In spite cf ii. i. Jl. thing went merry and eyerybody was har- to Near Shelby City, It. tbe JOUXSOX, Jewelry and Silverware on Now is your ohance to get n bargain at contradlctlcn the Kentucky Union railroad Ulieii Homestead. 1 is larger has bsen sold to a Scotch syndicate, condi- py in contemplation of the fortunate con Metcilf A Foster's. Their stock ETcr bought to this market Prices Lowor than tionally, viz,, that the roads gain the $100,-00- 0 sumation of a love affair whose course hud " tbe Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Reand more complete than ever before, paired on abort notice and Warranted. suit against Bourbon county, and tbe been anything but smooth. ' The union of two hearts which seemed The Court of Appeals has reversed the price to be for it is announced at $1,250, L ' Of a Splendid decision in tho case cf Sweeney ys: Ray, 000. deeded for eachotber can but result in a Ac , appealed from Garrard Circuit Court. It sounds comical to hear an ordinary life of happiness, and wo congratulate them congregation singing "Jesus, I my cross aincerely on tho fruition of their hopes. It will be seen by advertlaemeut in an- have taken, sll to leave and follow Tho!" Dr. Reid is a young physician of superior tie other column that Dr. J. B. Owsley wanta Rachel Carpenter, Uec'd. I will sell ou tho nrom. In Stanford and Think of a woman with a silk gown on and training and aptitude, who has worked lscs on to sell all of his real estate a stuffed bird In her hat standing up and himself into a practice that Is both grativicinity. O 1880, singing, "Naked, pour, dispised, forsaken, fying and remunerative, and a bright fu"WEhafe reoelyed our Fall stock of Thou from hence my oil flhall he.'' Sun ture in bis profession awaits him. Miss The farm now occupied by J, T. Rote, known as Blankets, Comforts, Flannels of all kinds, Sabra is tho embodiment of everything Times. Fsnnels, Llnseys, Jeans, Ac, Owsthe Lee farm, Canton The surprising statement is made by an that is lovely, pure and gocd, combining on or near the situated In Lincoln county, Ky., turnpike road leading from ley A Crisg. to Mtddleburg. This Is one of tbe exchange that the demand for gunpowder with a wondrous beauty of faco and figure, Tn- - flnt frniitui tho season In this sec is greater in times of peace than It is in a loveliness of character that is sweet to Best Stock Farms in the County, Tho Interior Journal tion shownJ itftelf in many places yester- war. It is Slid that more was used in the contemplate. Inn good state orcultlvatlooj part in cultlratlon day, but It was not heavy enough to do construction of tho Hoosao .Tunnel than mau ban known her long and adrdired with and remainder In grais Plenty of wator stock. Mouse and during the course of tho late civil war. The pride her mauy graces, and feellug almost 1'JcDtyfor timber to keen up tbe outbuildings good. material damage. of Jcnccs d TKHiii coualnined in tho ctah; balance In equal anWe have bought the United States consumes on an averngo 100 of parental rolicittide, it STOVMlflToVKslI nual Installments, with G rwr ctnt. Intarrst and n "inizrf-- c ajestitsg otovte tone a day, whioh ii estimated lo ho mote f u lluots of hia heart to add his benediction. llcnretalned fur the purchis mnney. Hool rill lamest as I ! - "w bt, nr-- d o th put, , r jayabi" at tbe farm-o- a ,j ' ''Lull, li'iU way you .v tf naitoual bank ot Htautord. iuu evi ) J. Jl. mrSEttiY, Auctlt. 50,000 men would fire forty rounds each. I liyo long acd ba happy." Melcalf A Foslor. es, ds, Ladies will QnJ aeplt-niliter I'ofa at T. It WallonV l line of Flow . MARRIAGES. 1. ' bc Gro-eery- ." ,iy -- iln ,t ge GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, TINWARE, -- QUEENSWARE, two-yea- first-clas- Confections, Tobaccos, Oigai's, " COB. MAIN & SOMERSET STS. STAFFORD, KY. :F3I3?. r Lj-intr- FOR 8JL12 WATERS&WEAREN isrwsMyVwW po-ta- KTOTICIS rs 2a C3r3OCJ33I5.S3-- a e&i j SaWi' WKrSiWSi er tl For Sale or Iteiit. WEAKEN. Mc-Crea- St MIIililXSRY. W tray &iruM? PHARMACISTS, -- Farm For Rent. 4. JEWELERS. StiiswK& 'Ji"?'!!!'"""" -.- sj 100-3- PUBLIC SALE 350 Acre Blue Grass Farm Wall Paper, 1&F i' in m Saturday, October Furniture, day-Scho- IIus-ton-ll- le Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as th nercr-fallln- g One-thir- Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices " r- U.-eu- 102-t- B. K:. WEARKltf, Stanford. ' y v..l ' - A o AT THC CONCERT. T THE USE OF EYE GLASSES. tiW TMWl IN THH' FOR A 'BttlMM MaMtllia. ON GRAPE CULTURE. 60ME FACTS ABOUT CALIFORNIA'S INDUSTRY. GROWING Wlilo Great "No! they bent doublo over their desks and brought on consumption and diseases of tho brain by wrong positions ami ovornppUcntlon to their studies. Parents nnd physicians are wiser now and mako a study of the oyes." All this tlma tho oculist was fitting - pa spoctnclcs to tho prominent noso A PICTURESQUE ARAB DANCE. of Df a woman who sat bolt upright and with an Mar, clous firnco nnd Agility or tho Child expression na If sho were In a dcntlitV chair. "of tho Desert llisslonuto Measure. Ho had an alphabetical card with letters Tho Arab quarter (at Fort Said) consists at ranging in sizo from an Inch to ordinary present of booths and wooden huts, and tho print Ho was asking her If sho could road bazars possess for oxperloncod trawlers llttlo tho smallest lino, which ho said was "normal In ono of them, print" Interest or picturcsqucness. Mf .lnn'r. nnvtllliu about llOrmiU however, wo found n nntlvo cafe, where two Ghawazkl girls wero languidly ilanclng before print," she said, "but wo ha o n normal school tho usual audlcnco of low class Arabs nnd in our town. Bay, can 1 sew wuu uiubi.w. . Ono clad In scarlet was negro "If you uso tho lens that you do for read n novice of no skill: tho other graceful and ing, ma'am." clover, with n handsome face of tho old "I don t know nothing nuout ions, uu. 1 can Egyptian typo, worn hard aud marked by a sow with tho liest, and I want to piece a quilt llfo of vice was prettily dressed In wldo for our minister's wife. WliatI w nut to trowsers of purplo and gold, n spangled jacket ' know Is, can I sow with. tuouiP oito now oun tell. Of coursaltisof Spanish and headdress of coins nnd beads, with a "If you use your needlo about tho samo disorigin, brought hero by the monk; but it is jingling girdlo of silver amulets. tance from your oyes that you would a book, not to be found In any part of Spain now. AsUod If sho could pcrf crni for us tho "balliko this." Tills, the mission grape, which was for many ance dance," suo consented to exhibit that -- Vnimi" mini. I don't hansr mv sowing on years the only kind of grape grown In Cali- well known Egyptian pas for tho modest con- tho end of my nose, I expect to suo to thread at all sideration of two fraacs nnd a lxttle of Eng- n needle nnd sow without squinting all around, not used for fornia, is now, nor Is it grown to any great lish beer. Tho cork of this contribution be- an' I jest want you to answer mo yes or But It is a good tnblo grape, anil this fow re- ing drawn, a lighted candlo was fixed In tho no, can I sow with them specs I" demaining lneyards of this variety nro neck of tho bottle, which was then placed "Wo hnvo nny number of patients llko that," voted to the table and to the making of upon tho crown of her black and glossy llttlo said tho optician. "Thoy want to bo fitted , . brandy. . head. A carpet was next spread upon tho without nny preliminaries; somo of them get Tho great Improvement in Cftllfornia wines rand, nnd extending bcr hands, ornied with very nervous." Aytthln the hurt few yrjort is' duo largely to tho castanets, and singing In a high but not un"What class of 'patients' do you llko to improvement in tho plant It would only pleasant voico to tho accompaniment of a servo bcstP would care to read lead to confusion, and few daraboukn and rabab, sho swayed her litho "Bikiness men. Thoy hnvo no time to wait the long list of rare grapes that you almost body in slow, thythndcal motions to tho Thoy haw fnlth tliat I understand their daily here about hero in th heart of tho words of her song and the measured beat of needs better than thoy do and thoy offer no greatest grape land in tho world, and so I tho musicians: "I" am black, but It Is tho son resistance when I measure tlw eyo and fit the will not give the names, but tho search for of thy lovo which has scorched mel Send wo glasses." rare and suitable gropes is zealous and somo rain of help from thy pity, I am thirst"Ho men or women lose their eyesight oil over tho world. Men are kept coning for thee." Europo and Asia seeking stantly traveling in Tho Ghawaxkl began with Arabic words of "Women. Their work is not so steady, but new varieties. this tonor, keeping exact tlmo to her strain It Is more complicated. However, thuy do SIODEUN On,VEP.CULTUW;. with foot mid hand and tho tremors of her not tako kindly to spectacles, and fewof thorn The vermin which attacked and destroyed thrilling slender frame; now slowly turning nro willing to admit that they need tliem for the vines or France Is a sort of louse which round, now softly advancing and receding, old nge. It is usually somo other excuse." destrovs thq.root Of tho vine. It has made Its now clasping her hands across her bosom or "What nbouteoloredglasFCsr r, appearance- - In California, but ite advance lias pressing tliom to her forehead but jwrpelu-nll- y "Well, there Is tho 'Arundel tint,' tho been checked, and its further progroas l not keeping tho bottlo nnd lighted candlo in tho iolet, tho bluo glass, and U10 greatly feared. Still, it is conceded that tho pcrfoet equilibrium ujxm tho top of her head. smoked. Theso ore all used, but the clear gkiss Californlau w 1k claimed to haw discovered a Suddenly sho sank, with tho tliongo of tho for reading and tho gmokul gloss to protect ertaIn remedy, and secured u jxitent for tho musical accompaniment, to the ground, nnd tho eyes, thoso aro tho standard stylos." same, lus not yet received the mlll'oa which "Do you sell the while not only maintaining tho completest France rnd Italy offered as a re wnnL I may harmony of her movement, but even making glass I" mention t - when tho panic "incident to tho this strange posture ono of grace and charm "Only to Englishmen awl socloty swolls. It appearance o. ..'..'vermin in the grapo fields she contrived in somo dextemus manner Is lwrdl safe to use them ia title country- - -Sit tbe grains growers "here una t it. U without touching it, to shift the bottlo from believe New York fops frct them someto the Miwuui i grapes, with good re- tho'top of her head to lier forhend, and thus what" Detroit Tribune. sults. Tho lwuedoes not attack American reclined on the mat. her extended fingers I vines, only imported ones. softly slapping tho costanct, her light, girlish lie Fubllsncil .Shvbro letter. But there is little left to the wiil or the . framo palpitating from crown to feet, always Tho ruling class In Mexico, the Spaniards, nature of the me in modem grapo culture. In tho dreamy passionate measure of tho nn- -' cannot bo trusted either to 1 just or candid, l.t- - mnmltatl. eninl. miiiercllloiis. You will have to tear down all tho clamber- client love song. Mr. Arnold, In Rochester nn,... m ing vines w hich the old Greeks loved to pic- Humid. suspicious, Insincere ami jiieniLieious, aa n ture on their rath or In their poems. Tliero rule. Ah merchants they try to maice up in Tho Wizard of tlm Treaiir.. Is llttlo left that is poetic in the grnnoheio. cunning what they lack in Industry ami enIn all tli departments Uwre are employes terprise. Two years ugo I sjient more than a There is nothing that is oven lienutlful except who hold their iKMitions, not 011 the strength of month in tho City of Mexico. I wrote home to this one broad sea of green, and this is beautiful indeed when brought into sharp contrast their political Influence, but upon the strength Americau papers all I dared about tho true with the yellow and russet and tawny old of their peculiar abilities. Among theso is state of things; That Mexico wiw not a republic lion-likhills w hich tower up and hang high Patrick Byrnes, of tho ii tduu of loans in but a military despotism, tliat President Diaz tho treasury department For a dozen years was an honot despot and 0rr-mover these emerald reos of vine. FirniwW ''Tbo grape Is not raUod from either tho not an Interest chock lias left the department a sliameless comiptlonist, who tdd franhl or "cuttings" that has not parsed through his hands. Tho of all sorts for what ho could get; that a frre seed or root, but from like the cans in the southern states. You Interest on the bond Is paid quarterly, nnd, ballet was unknown, and the tioction was can cut off almost any part of a grapevlno to Insure absolute certainty that none of the by tho man in cmitr.l f fh nml stick it In the gnmnd, givo it nnj thing chocks go atray, it is absolutely lieceMwry tioops; that there was not a nowspaper at the llko lialf a chance, nud In lew than thivo tliat they should bo sealed by ono individual. capital that was not either subsidized or ter.years it will be clinging to rook or stump, As tho holders of bonds ore represented In rorized, that there prevailed a conltl ham d 'brier or bush, anything that Is nearest, cover- number by many thousands, it would tako of "tho Grlngoes" (monkeys) as Americans ing up with Its wonderously beautiful leaves three ordinary clerks to do tho work, but were often rnlld; tliat a law enabled tho aud tendrils all tho hard angles and ugly Byrnes does tho mailing singlo handed. Tho president to drivo out of tho country "obnox.features of whatever it clings to, trying its checks ore brought dou 11 from tho loan diviious foreigners" without a hearing; that tlw best to make this beautiful world still more sion nnd piled on his desk in stacks liko cord punishment or insurgents was generally death, beautiful. Another evidenco of its sweet wood. Each ono must get in its right en- and that many other offenders were "lost" on femininity. But after tills "cutting" has taken velope, which has been previously addressed; their way across tho country to jail. Somo root aud had 0:10 or two years of leisure aud then Byrnes begins. of theso facts I stated only toward tho end of liberty in tho nursery, it is dug up and set in With no mechanical asristanco except n my visit, and before tho papors returned there regimental line, no more to run riot or grow wet sponge ho starts in to do tho scaling. I wns once more on tho sea. and roach out and cling, aud cover up the Thoso who havo seen Blitz or Hermann han-dl- o Six months afterward in Now York I iwt a pack of playing cards before a wonder-stricke- n an influential friend recently from Moxlco. f oliiss and the faults of others. audlcnco might liave some idea of tho "After you loft," said he, "Governor Fernando A WELL THIMMED VI.VKVARD. Theso cuttings are new planted about as way that Byrnes rlllles tho checks into tho mndo most pressing Inqnlrion after you, askwide opart ono In each hill as corn in tho envelopes. Fifty n minute. How ho docs it ing if you were going to return, nnd all about great corn fields of tho west. And it is at no ono knows. It is a sleight of hand, but so you, and finally remarked that Mexico would onco cut down almost to tho ground. As I rapidly performed that tho eyo cannot fol- no longer bo a healthy country for you to Thump, thump, thump, visit" I felt honored by tho attention, but I said before, you must abandon all your old low tho movement picture Ideas founded on Bible tales or tra- all day long, aud nt tho closo of tho depart- am not in tho martyr business and shall not ditions from profane history. For tLo grapo mental day ho had filled three store boxes go back. Washington Post In California Is permitted to be only a stump. with sealed envelopes. Does ho over mako a Held on Too Long. Every year It is shorn down almost to tho mistake? Well, no. Tho chocks vary from ground. Out yonder In the almost chore-les- s $30 to $5,CK, and a singlo mlstnko on his Two years ago oil was struck at tho Marsea of green grapevines you can find part might cost him n year's salary. It is shall farm, In Venango county. Tho farm stump of grape trees almost as thl"k as your safe to say that ho novcr makes one. Of tho contained 3W acres, and teforo the oil was body. But the vines nra only of this year's thousands of jieoplo who quarterly rocolvo found would liave been considered a good salo growth. A well trimmed vineyard in Cali- thoso intcro-- t checks, few know of the wisard at 10 nn acre. Tho wells drilled on tho farm wero big "giishws'', nnd opened up a now oil fornia, after the last crop U gatliered, looks through whoso hands they havo passed. LouIYi!lo Post territory. A month after th first well was oxnetly like a field of stumps In n clearing. struck the farm was sold for ?:!50,000. Tho Not much romance or beauty about that Abxorntlro I'ower of tho Ilrnln. Hartley farm adjoining also proved to be an But there is plenty of monoy nud this is the way that pays bet, and .wetry must yield to The alworptivo power of thn brain is, in nny oil farm, and was sold for $73,000. Tho utility. of its phases, an interesting study. A rolluod, school district of tho township owned on aero How much will one acre yield ! Well, In gontloman thrown for any of ground which, with a rod schoolhouw, Ifnpa valley they show you a field that yields length of tlino Into tho society of n lot of was worth .$fi00. Tho Hclioolhouso property ungrammatlcal people, uncon- was surrounded by the big wolb, nnd nil fourteen tone of grapes to tho acre. But this somo of their deplorable tliat tho acre was tho center Is an extraordinary yield. From eig'at to ten sciously aciy-iretons is the acrago crop. These prnpes nro habits of conversation, and rarely discovers of a rich oil pool. Hold by the ton. Thoy are sometimes sold as it unltss some friend in his proper clrclo of A prominent oil operator ofTereil tho school directors $30,000 for the acre. Tho offer wns rethey stQutl; tmnetlmos they are wold on deliv- society calls his attention to It 1 recall an of n young man whoso pursuits were of fused. They held out for 100,000. Tho would-1)- 2 ery nt setae wirw proes. They bring from $23 purcliajer raised his offer to $7.1,000. This to Wu jier toa, according to the yield, as a a literary character. He prided himself, and justly, upon tho purity of hlsdktion, nnd spell- wa3 tho highest prU-- ever offered for an ncro lid. The prettie.t and cleanest) employment I ing with him was a mntti-- r of Intuition. Ono of land anywhere in tho country. If It had oversaw is that of gathering grapes. But it day ho accepted an engagement in n publlo been accepted this rural dUti let would havo is liard on the back, and ill the end Is not easy office, and in tho line of his duty he was requir- been tho richest country schoolhouso dUtrict work. Of course, tho ugly stumps are en- ed to read and answer many hundred letters, in tbo Union. It was refused. Wollswcro put down all around tho aero. In tho course tirely hidden by tho vines long boforo ban est tbo great majority of which are time. Indeed, the thousand vines nud ten- missives from ignorant jwoplo with startling of time tho school directors concluded to tap tho rich veins of oil that were supposed to Ho dril and blossoms that branch out fiom tho original ideas of orthography. llttlo black stump in tho earliest days of At tho end of u year I received a letter from under tho red schoolhouso and its lot At an spring Lavo long before harvest tlino tho young man. Its expressions wore in somo expenw of several thousand dollars thoy ooveied every inch of ground with instances most illy couched, nnd many slmplo havo put down wells, aud tho tract is found vines and leaves nu 1 UnJriU tliat reach words wore misspelled in n manner that would to be us dry as a bono. Tho schoolhouso prop to your waist. And tho stump is ono havo been ingenious were it not so atrocious. erty 13 now rated at its old valuo of $.500, eolid mass of luscious grapes. They are nil I mot tho young man nnd mentioned tho and tho official nro very sick. Alleutown there clinging to tho stump, not scattered letter to him hi a kindly spirit of good nature. (Pa.) Itegistor. about over tho ground on tho long vines that Ho becamo indignant and denounced my nre to be nhorn away. But you liogln to feci statement as nbsurd. I showed him his letter, FiiiiIhIiIus Crlino In CI1I1111. down in the dense mass of leaves and tendrils and explained to him tho mental process reThey havo their own ways of punishing for your rtump, and at every stump you find sponsible for tho Boemlng decline of his Inte- crimo In China. Incendiarism has given llect Ho asked for tho remedy. I told him much troublo In a southern district of tho llttlo cartload of grapes, But, alas, notwithstanding all I can say or that there was 110:10 other than country and a ennlty was extemporized do, I fear my fellow laborer will cling to tho that ho was In tho jciitIon of a tnio gentlo-ma- n which will probably havo n deterrent effect. surrounded by evil associates. It was A culprit taken red handed was placed during llrty alleys of tho dismal cities, hug his hatred nnd remain n long summer day In a cago, where his eyeof those who havo tolled and braved danger possible to preservo his with but not of them. Dr. L. Bauer In lids wero burned with lighted incenso sticks nd mle life a sucesa. He prefers the for his children to tho green and hot incenso dust wns blown into bis face. the sweet ulrof tho roomy west An official report states that tbo women in Why Ilout Itaccs Aro T.o.it. tho neighborhood, several of whom had lost Joaquin Jllllor In Tho Chicago Times. To ono unfamiliar with boating. It seems children In tbo fires, were especially actlvo In strango that somo oarsmen cannot pull as milling to tho severity of tho puuUhment Tho "Krooinaulo" Oardcn 1'ntcli. Tbo old Dutch settlers gave very curious well In a raco as thoy can when practicing. Brooklyn Englo. names to tho various parts of Ifow York Yet it is a fact that somo men seem to lobo Xnrgcst Clock l'eiululuiu. city. Far up town there was a garden patch control of themselves In n raco. Thoy havo bounded by streams and ravines which thoy plenty of strength, but nro not able to exert A clock pendulum nt Avignon, Franco called tho Kroomassle, or shocknlfc, from Its it They themselves cannot explain why. tho longest known measures slxty-sove- u Thoy simply lack heart, and it loses them lot feet, carries a weight of J 33 pounds, and roseinbUirice to tho sliajK) of that instrument .wings through an nro between nino and ten The timu came when tho KroomassSo was of races. St Paul Pioneer Frew. feet In foil seconds and a half. Arkausaw covered by n denso population, and Its d museum hi an Arizona town aro In n Traveler. original name becamo modernized into the head of seventeen Apaches. Granierey park the latter being a pretty llttlo enclosure where nature struggles with II confer t fetor Vi.u ite ullliber tu.d do We need the money due us for tuUcrlrtloo aDJ nil the dkndvantagea- of a surrounding t'i pro;r tbltybr "' "In. He ".mount of your mortar. Now York would be obliged to all la rrrsri to remit tt luUvrlpllou alonco wilderness of brick and once. : Letter. steel-boweconiiol-i.-eurswlno-makin- g jkt-fclste- nt ear-Hcs- tr rose-coloone-eye- d gloa-iuUztng ' e nr fclang-tnlldiia com-'plete- ly al-m- ot l, eelf-contrpest-iiougropo-fkfklaai- ul Globe-Democr- at 1 pre-wrvo- Green FleWa of Grapes, Lett to AVIll or Nature "Sllpa" tlttlo or "Outline." A Well Trimmed Vino ynnl Authoring the Fruit. I am going to sot down 6omo f acts about Brnjiee mid tills very great Industry which I have como across out hero In tbo California ct Vineyards, In the- first plice. t "my bo genera Jy known that wo catucr two crops u year out hero from the most of our vines. Dutthls i the case. It seems strange. to seethe great wide given floldi of gropos still coutinuo green, a green 03 it Isposslblo for green to be, nil the Mason through, without a drop of witter, and go right on and blossom and bear n second crop to toon as 'tbo first oco 19 gathored; and it is n fact to storo up In your memory and Bet down to tbo credit of California. Tfiero,nre perhaps fifty kinds of vines hero; mnybo I could hafoly double that numlier. But the most jwpular grajwiaa Hungarian variety. Wo Us no Spanish Nines now ox cei.it the lKirdy and honebt old "mission grape." And where the mission grapo rame from no Around tho hall tho llgtyte jpono down On half tho beauty of tho town, On snaring, perfumed multitudes. That rustled like the summer woods; And my own well beloved was there. And wore a white rose in her hair. And while, with many a look and stir, Men bowed aud smiled their oo to her, youths, w hose blood ran blah, And Were happy when they caujjht her eye, I knew, as sure as sure could be, Sho put the white rose there for met good-name- Ah, well beloved tho spaeo Is wide That keeps me yearning from thy slJo; What hills and mountains Intcrvenol What seas nud rivers roll betwecul But Lovo can laugh at helRhts llko these, And Lore can bridge the very seas' Abraham IV ny Miller. 1 Characteristics ofl'cop.o Who Wear Spec tacles erase or ecessuyT Ih n rrr.Tr nr it nocittsitvl" Was the UUO. Hon asked of o leading optician In regard to . Ujo use or eyo glasses oy hb jrvum o. ma immwhIiv nlrrnn. There nro fow people trhodonot havo somo defect of tho eyes. Either it Uucarslght or larwgutor ono y Is larger than the other, or somo visual imperfection exists that renders tho wearing of ipc.tacles Imperative." "In old times young paoplo and school ;hddren were not accustomed to wearing eye-jlassc- u I.I .llM fft'AMlf CatwsHrt iSJHwH TutHMMI . 11 Sei l.&W Colljf. isd Odd Mdal on all o mht4t HMr Km. etrcuUm .,.... gsTTfl MACKINAC, Summer Tours. tH, QETba-JAn- DB. W. B. PENNY, PaIAM Steamer. Low KatM. DENTIST, f Trtte ret Week Sttweea etnntord, - - Kontuolcy. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND trarr WA Bar Batwaas DETROIT AND CLEVELAND d SM. laUrUe CW. Bptaiat Buaday Trtpa trteg July aad Arut. OUR b Satea bourlnaklA-nt.O"ad- l ,, and Kanntaa Tiakate wilt farnlatttd U C, 0. WHITCOMB, Q.n'l Pan. Agant, 0ETROIT, MICH. ILLU8TRATKO PAMPHVCTT OOcn on LaacMtor itrret, rext door to Iota-aio- a JounHAC office. Office hours from 8 to 11 a Detroit A Cleveland Steam Nav. AVnTHATSHlRT 0 L POWEI Absolutely Pure,, msmlolpuili) ThUHowJerneTirtsrlct. 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Iarl.... 1 Wlncbeatr..il3 . Iliu imiu 10 10 a m U a ra an o TlIROUOil TKUNK LINi 10 THK " Lu Arr ji an-ta- x tiuniord lUcbniood... 0 U7 pra 6 00 p 13 ; ?! 3d n pni iopu li p m a 71 pa dm in 30 i u en p m lo . 10 IB tin 10 40 p w I tOptB lpiL t 3 CO Up Q I llpm a 7 IS pa pu is prr I'rlco $1; blx bottles, $G. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mail., U. S. A SOUTH & WEST WITH " lr. LlTlnriioii.. Stlnnl Kn. a 8 CO 10 32 11 a 3 OOpta p ml riOXTU-llOCB- Ho. 11 l'o. 1 Pullman Palace Sleepers, Lt. Urlnjiton. ' llfr- -. IBca3tcr... For Instant Use As a reliable remedy, lu caes 0' .roup, Whooping Cough, or sudden Coldi, nnd for the prompt relief nnd cure of throat and lung dUeiscs, A) it's Cherry Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E. G. Edgcrly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: "I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy for home uic. I have tested Its curative power, In my family, raauy times during the past thirty years, nud have never known It to fall. It will relieve the most tcrlous affections of tho throat aud lungs, whether In children or adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Va., writes : "I havo ucver found a medicine equal to Louisville lUlauii., Arr. rjebuonj .... Lta. lowland a iu 4) a m 7 30 am... a ta ...... .. . .. to XiiMhilllt'. Mcuipliio, Kock. Moilfgouiori, 1.1111c AIolillu uhiI A'cu OrleiutH. Only one cbnnje to point In Arr, Hlcbmond... II W a m 4 J.ve Itlcbuood . . 1 10 p ui 0 05 a ml ' 3 10 p ta 7 00 a ml Arr. WJncbtitcr, .. w 0 p in 8 (0 a m Arr 1'atH.m, I.re. Lexlngtoo ... 3 13pm 7 35 a mi 3 41 nm L.to Pari. 5 SO p m 8 a ml 40 pm " Cynthlana . IMpB 8 3l in' 3 17pm 4 Ma " Kaliuout'i 47 p m 10 0)a ta 8 18 pm 6 00 p in II 80a ia'6 4Jjim ArrCbTlnitori -- gilamU Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Pttklsg Uomii 011 JIAY.SVIM.E DltANUII. UoaTH-Hocit- "irrrirvoTiT.- Daily Kx. Hun. : r-- 1 ".t. bue. 00 p to 28 p m 30 pm lally f the line of tbli rotd will rSet Agrntt Ae,orrllo of IBM Company for ,pel(l ratr. tclvr fVvldtnn " xl;Uin n raw, routw ...t w......... ....... .'.' ila,0linl..AT.A.Ky LouttTllle, Arr MllUrtlritrg ' Carllrle ., " Jnhrfo. " MayiTj......... . 3 in 4 8 IS n m. B I 8 10 a ld A ' e 01 a in' 0 48 a in 0 iio ito a in 7 Fai'a oj pm ,1 41 pu 40JJQ c p ra "RoTuf-tfOUTII-JkiPt- T THE SEnn.WEUKI.Y Lt Mayttllfe. " farllile Mlllanburg Arr larl Dallr Ex. Sun Kx. Hun j Ually Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of throat and lung diseases peculiar to children. I consider It nn absolute cure for nil such affections, nnd nm never without it In tha house." 3Irs. t. E. Herman, 187 Mercer it., Jersey City, writes: "I havo always fouud Aycr's Cherry Pectoral useful lu my family." B. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Mil., writes: "For tho speedy euro of sudden Colds, and for the relief of children afflicted with Croup, I havo never found any thing equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It is tho most potent of all tho remedies I have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terro Haute, Ind., writes: "Aycr's Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of n severe lung affection, supposed to bo Quick Consumption. We now regard tho Pectoral as a household necessity." E. M. Iircck enrldge, Bralnerd, Minn., writes: "I nm subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I go, um always sure to have u bottlo of AYER'S ......... . " lxxington., OTlB.-fo-n and . .. 4 a itj w 0 87 a 1 70 a 7 46 a 8 9 68 a iu( iu ic m 11. 12 1 II l?a Ml 2 50 8 16 m! n 10 M JL!-J,l- 1 38 p in 5p"ni oj p m pm pm pm n Wfc.' am dally lijecn Win chrater. Uxlnguu and Clntlunaii; othe tralnt aredatlr rxcrpt Sunday. Wrcct conn ctloniare made kt Wlochelrr with A OMo lor Mi. Anhland lluntfnston, WOTK.-Iraln8Chw-iienStr-rH- Clare.ton, W. Va., andlait.rn tit Interior Journal BfA-Nl-OKD- , KY, W. P. WALTON. Pro'r. f published Train, with Pullman Bleeping Can Cincinnati and Wchiunm!. v. .?..i xhillZ.rr. and Waablngtup.IJ.C. Through ilckat. and baraagr. checked to any dcilnatlon rtacbul by railroad, .miuiijinuuiui, can on any agent of the company, or a, tr. ji MORfll:. D. A.KKEI.CY. Uin.rtiM. Agent, TfBT. Vu. A tent. Holld ertry Tuely II. anil K. low price of KrMaj at tin iKi .!' FVjiTl.li .. il .J f j .Pnild-1-trtrj-ntirr- r. Hecc,Tcr.UX,rgt0D' UrneralUrnre, Cntlrgton, Ky. ' TWO DOr.LAISft 1'Ell YKAlt. fEHNVB9Kr, "CHICHESTER'S Tlio OriKlnul iiml hlrli -.- It-'. II ; I Or ALL CLASSKi '. Il.r I ,,). K u SMS u.. J4.ISH." . I.- -. t W nnlrio. 1. iHilitroa, nialU It villa !. . . Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with me. It Is without a rival for the euro of bronchial affections." ntEPAnED DY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass. For salo by all Druggists. Noatly nnd Clioaply Exooutod. fold by Ur. l.nM.l A Grnncl Combination THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And the LouliTllle thl.tir t'cHiirraiHl nil. ,"' r. tt tr or tale by Dr. M L. BOUBNK, glnford. x '., mi..k,I'a, hI rr.H.i. v 1 ?n I. raiiuuinl Ul ttu(orritiu. UrJnlrkrn r A k yIf'.l'fe?- anil J.iintln .,y Alcott SolJ As Cleu hIf M eatuMir. c l: Y. LUl, Weekly Courier - Jo urnal One ytar for only 83 two parcra for HWe more than ibe price of oar. By paying uifS you will your borne paper with tbe ue -- ClaolnnaUj Ohio. lludx..V. tiU tr Druj-jliti- . QPSSR.& -- tJTANr'OBD. HOUSE KY, ei.oo. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Eight complete iet ot Been, tlti l, err. grating capacity, Including gallery, SOo tillcaaoaablsratef to eood attractions. of Btsge. 20x60, the repreaenutlve nnwtpaper of tbe Uoutb, democratonly, and tbe Lett, ic and for a tariff for bilgbtoitand ablcat family wkly In tbo United to btatfi. 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