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TUIUIH i IXVARIAS.LY One IS ADVANCE. The Interior Journal. VOLUME V1II.-NUMBK- R17. RATES OF A&TERTISI.XO. OaaMatra.Ma A Ory, nns year- -. OneCopy,tlx month!. Ten Capita, ens yeit .. A .I1M .ll 00 RftntoradmtlimwIllSiia aar nln la M at laalarata Mtaotaar aar alaf trctiMa ipf. KntBatallra,"llriil!lfllK. Admllilat ItraialaLaralOaluata.rsraalinmina. AaiMBmiiiiitiaCHMtlpa,Bltlal "" P"'". artlrrraafrott. OMtairlra,TrUnitn(RMtrt, it., will. ftar.totairrrtil tka ttta ar S nnu r" ' llttrad If 10 wait, M arrttotara. ... ti W llWalSrfartlafcaaralala,atlBa.rtlMl InafrtlMi,-............. " J verltilng nlee fuialiaed aa irpllretloa. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER 381. la OUR JOB OFFICR IS COMPLETE anr Jos wt twrtlralirj miIda nun. TanTis It la tba rrlraa ta salt lha tlawt. tt r II . I In tltx Pnrttu nf A Harrying Itentiirklan. J. nnrrn a to., MtnTILLR, XT. A l.oulflalin ftomanrr. i4M Imuo Hunt. thr HnlUt Hot T Ho loved, the loved, A number of years ago a fellow A poor man rapped on Mrs. Lazktte, The Itepublicnns tell us that they door one day, and when she Boltert Batcot and Engcnlo Delaine, from Kentucky came to Calhoun counllliliw httriar JounvJ i are In favor of preserving the purity of t ir Ml M; feet era wearied end nf TIS opened it and asked him what he ono of the parishes suburlian to ty, in this State, and commenced mar As I have many letters My eonl eppretardl of tho Imllot box, and it is for this New Orleans, wanted, he said : llobcrt was a tolerable rying. Ho married his first wife some AM with di, hive I lang il4rnt, of inquiry in regard to the sheep ret "Your name is Mrs. John Carrulh-cr- , reason they suitaln the vetoes nf Mr. young fellow in the eyes of Eugenie's fivo years ago. Ho married n second AND IN OR DER TO DE In Kansas, I lake this method Hayes. Til hard lotell wrirn Ml leeiimt in Vila, parents, but for some unknown reason one at Threo Kivcrs four years ago. nre Illackwell, I lielieve, chT" of answering not less thnn twenty-fivtrTlarrew weytj How ran this bo? they opposed tho match, and last week In about a year after ho married a "Yes, sir." Tit herd to row end nevrf garner grain that I have received this Spring. This Iteason and experience unlto in determined to take their daughter to young woman at Mention, and some la hirveildiyi. "You formerly resided at Brighton, is letter adapted to sheep country teaching the Impossibility of fair and Chicago, where her aunt would direct three months after ho wooed and won Island ?" Thf harden ef ray Jiff l hard la hear, Purchaso ono of th oso thin Suits at railing than any place I havo ever Staten free elections under the supervision of tho tallM trauMi "Yes, str." daughter upon leas romantic a young and pretty girl In Brady, of And I have prijed-h- ol vilnlmNva mar rriri seen, for tho country Is high and dry, re- -t- weet real. On Monday the Delaine most respectable parentage, She is "Ah, yes," ho went on, "well do I the army, England learned this les- things. For Plenty of ami never ccts milddr. remember you in your days of youth, son so thoroughly that she banished family embarked at New Orleans for not all ho has married, for he owns up Til hard la plaal In Spring, n. never mp good running water, and tho grata Aataau) flrlj. Tka You the armed soldiers from the polling a steamboat trip as far as St. Louis. to having five wives, and that he combeauty, and angelic innocence. wilt fatten faster in its season than Cor. Third and Market Streets, Louisville, Ky. Til Bird to till, and when 'lit IllleJ la weep used to live In the little white cottage places. The whole world knows that The lover waved his heart and sighed menced the business when he was sixany grats I have ever seen. My lamia In France the elections were converted his handkerchief just back from the mad, eh V at the departing teen years old. He says he will go And ee f ci r, a weak aad kaiaaa try, are falter than lever saw a bunch of Children's Clothinga into a hollow mockery under aystera boat. Old Delaine taw him, and to Jackson, serve his time, and when jifit heerl eprreawd' "I did sir." lambs In Kentucky at this season, and AM aa I ilgh, a week and kamaa ilgh, "Yes, I thought so. I wss well off nf surveillance adopted by Louis Na chuckled in his sleeve. That night he gets out he will continue marrying Fat real a reel. my ewes aro all healthy. On money Kalamazo then, roysolf. I reveled in all sorts poteon, and which the Republicans the boat moored at a town up the Mis- until caught again. rROFEKSIOJIL. Mr war kit wrand arroaa Ika de tert f eirt. ciirncn dibectobt. Invested In sheep, 60 per cent, can bo aro trying to imitate In this country. sissippi. Eugenie rubbed her pretty (Mich.) Telegraph. And rareelaCrel Ttmpora mulanlur. of delicacies. made the first year; 75 per cent, for palkj end through Ika Sewlagafhol iMrt Wo have already had enough of sol little eyes, and complaining to papa Mf II. MILLER, He drew a long sigh, and continued BAITtST. BlT.J.M. Barer, Paitor. Hettlcea and Fourth ftandira, morning and I plea ft ml. According to a careful computation) the second year; 100 per cent, for the night, Fnrer Meeting eeery Wedaeaiir "I just thought I'd drop in and seo if diers at the polls to know that the and mama that she was sleepy, nflec-- the numlier of daily and weekly paBubJij School at S 90 A. H It. E. Barrow, Twai aTiiyi aa, when Hill a ckIM I laU practhird year, and this is less than practice Is inconsistent with the enSuperintendent. I could aik you for some cold buckOn ray aaetaer'e Bteetl AT LAW, uouaieiy msscu mem goou nigm nnu pers and other periodicals published ATTORNEY ticable sheep men make. For instance, Mr weerledlltlle kaa4, eft then I preyed WonhlBbTtaeeonirrgitlon wheat cakes on the score of old friend- tirely free exercise of the elective retired to her The gen on the surface CIlRintAN. die. rrtaehlngby Ud. Joe. Rillou HTANPOIll), ICY. AiiidW, for ml. fivo hundred ewes at 12.00 per head, of our globe is 23,291 franchise. Taint Lord'a dire. Sundar School ship." tleman, having paced the deck for an Will tractli-- In lb. raartt of thli aal Jlolnlm an Flnt aad HeTerante, cost 1 1,250, 1300 for feed and shep I a'rr, Africa, rouallraao.1 lo tba Court of Apfalt. Ofttca In at rtuparlatendeot. Joa. Of this number there are in Aad I en reatlMitlll; 'twill ami "I haven't a buckwheat cake in the What consistency, then, is there in hour, threw away his cigar to go to fifty; in Australia, 100; in Asia, 387; Fee dawn the YTetl herd makes 1,650. The 500 ewes . Kma, a party professing to hold dear the bed. He was Uh-'-l laa It lelllBg, aa4 I are the ihore louse." METU0CIST,8OUTHRir.J. and night. not apprehensive, but in America, 0,129; in Europe, 13,- will clip 2,500 pounds ot wool that Huoda School Wt.taUb.ll ml. T 8. A It. W. HOCKEU, 'AQ a. M. J. 8. blmi, Superintendent. "Have you any cold meat! I'll ac- purity of the ballot box and at the thought it would do no harm to look at f will bring 1500, and save 100 lambs, Among European countries, 625. tame time identifying itself with a into Eugenie's room, and did so, when cept any kind except veal cutlets." 80 A frlrtfrn (Wmr. which will bring S2 per head, and England publishes the largest number ATTORNEYS AT LAW, PRESBYTERIAN, moratng lad nfgbl on r Irtt "I'm sorry to ray I can't accommo- military supervision of voting ? lo I she was rum ttt, goue eloped. I aad Third Huodira. Union nuntlif rtcbool it related quick sale at that, making a return of An exlraordinarjr alorjr of journals, viz: 2,509; after which Volon Prayer Jno. W. Rout, SupertnteiHleat. It seems much more fsir and just Robert had sped up the river by rail, Meeting Wednetdir nlgbta. ljr a correspondent of the Kalian SISOOon an Investment ofSl,550. This date you." HTANi-'nnn- , come France, 2,000; Italy, 1,226; icy. "Can you give me an old pair of to concedo that, so far as the army is and, according to an understanding, NORTH.-r- .tr. writing from Lucca. Some Is a safe calculation, though sorao O. D. Atcn. Nation, PRESBYTERIAM. concerned, tho party that insists on its had claimed his bride. Next morn- Austria, 1,200; Russia, 600. V ibald. Faitor, wreechea on Second and I earth boots oatsomMcAllitrr A Lytla'i Store. Huadaa, morning and night. jears ago a native or Caranjore emi- sheep men say that 100 per cent can Whattver else may be said about He asked in such a pitiful lone that absence from the polls is the party in ing the runaways returned to the stea grated to America, leaving behind a bo made the first year, bheep raising favor of the honest and una wed exer mer with the marriage certificate. Hayes, he can not be called ungrate- O S. MYERS, BUSOJIC. wife ami two children. After a time Is my business; I am well satisfied she was touched, aud got him a pair ful. Grant used tho army to elect He took them, ex- cise of the right to rote. fN. Y. he tent home to them, through the with it, and expect to continue In the of her husband's. ATTORNEY AT LAW, STANFORD 00UKCIL.NO. , meet! at Sun. A Diamond Eye. Tom Hood's htm in 187C, and now Hayes insists prtslof tils natire place, 100 lire. A butinesa, for I know that there is a amined them carefully, and said : the tint TburaJir nliht ol each A. K. t'KlXT, T. f. U. M. month. 'Thank you ma am; thank you. iHrrrntlHg in Votrrrntttt KrrtUtnrr clever tale of "Miss Killmansegge upon being allowed to use the army 8TANPOH1), ICY. lew months later thli remittance was better profit in it than any thing I Is a pretty good pair; but, on the ARCH Ma. "The power of the newspaper is not and her Golden Leg" is doubtless pure for the benefit of his dear friend Grant 1, could engage in In this country. I This ROYAL Hill on CHAPTER, NO. S3, meetsofitrech followed hjr a tccond, this lime of the 1 Int Mondir nlibt OfSra with JuJce Fhlllpa In the 1 1 implore month. A. B.ruar,H. 1". declining. Square. Never before was it so fiction, but a story which is almost in 1880. 000 lire, and at Interval! afterward hope this will be salistactorr to the strength of old times, can you to let me have a dollar to have great. Never before did it oficr such the exact counterpart of it comes to us Co, meet! it Mitonle "Johnnie, what it a noun V "Name LINCOLN LOtXlR. NO.Mondar nltbt In eirh other sums were tent, making alto- many enquiring friends. the Second T. W. VARNON, WALLACE T, VAltNON. them and heeled?" a career. But it is power accompani- from Brussels, by way of Australia of a person, place or thing." "Very Da. 3. T. Bouox, W. M. month. gether a total of more than 25,000 We have a very fine prospect for n J. M. rniurs, Secretirf. She slammed the door in his face. ed by the usual conditions greatest and the Melbourne Argw, apropos of good, Johnnie, give nn example." m W. ft Y. E. VARNOX, lire, or about $5,000. The priest, corn crop in this country. This counwhen most and least a lady with a diamond eye, which 'Hand-orgaODD FELLOWS. grinder." "And why ATTORNEYS AT LAW, however, never gave the money to ty will average about fifteen bushels The South' llmiirUI Fiiturr. There is more good, having lost her natural eye, she wore is whom It wai intended, but of wheat per acre. grinder a noun ?" "BeIs those for Harvesting A matter of great interest to New young blood tending BULB ENCAMPMENT. NO. 47, 1. O. Hl'ANFOItU, ICY. GULDEN to this than to instead of a glass one. Tho truly cause he's n person plays a thing." In odd I rllow,- Hill an Flnt and kept it fur himself, tending tor the about over. England, and vital importance to the any of tho other professions. There brilliant orb sparkled so brightly and Talrd Toeeda f night! of each month. OAra In Court Aquar. a a woman and telling her with many con1. U.Diu,Scrlt. tt.rJ.MTMS.Cr. Mr. William Hill will return to South, is the rapid increase in cotton Artificial ice, said to be superior to is more movement in it than in bar or was so suggestive of riches that a Pasoling reflection., that her huiband Lincoln county, Ky., to make finan LODIIE, NO. 1M, I. O. O. P., meet! STANI-ORis manufactured in QAM. M. BURDETT, mills In the States South ol tho Poto- pulpit, or whatever other t ellovi' Hill ererr Satnrdir night. soalied risian adventurer married the lady on nature's product, was dead. At the tame time he wnte cial arrangements to go into the sheep Dec. t. . ot..,f.riina,ii. II. mac. North Carolina has fifty mills, took her fo the gay city with the South at a cost of only seventy to the man Informing him that hit business in this country, eliada and in all there are reported ono hun learned profession you will more sight, AT LAW, squandered all cents per ton. It is turned out in ATTORNEY GOOD TEirUBS. growth, a larger opportunity, a greater him, and there, having family were dead, tending also with bail ctorro a few nights ago that damerected tinco future. dred and eighty-threWe are getting the best. her property, lie one night decamped, blocks two and a half feet long by ten SIT. VEIINON.KI. hit letter an official certificate of their aged the com and wheat crop to some LODGE, NO. 1SU, 1. O. O. T.,meetl States. These young men will leave us far be carrying off her diamond eye, which inches in thickness. the war in the VALLEY llal! every Friday nlgbt. Will Ml profrlnn la njl.Mllji .rut death. After n time tho man married extent, and demnlidicd all the win- This is J. u. visxia, w. t T. adjoining- countlta and to the Court of Arpatla. the only opportunity of the hind. They will achieve a usefulness she used to keep in a glass of wntcr Da. 8. P. Cnlta, Secretary. SpecUl attention siren to collcctlona. again, and a abort time ago, having dows on the West side ol the houses nr.3lOCR.lTlC TICKET. Let principles of economy be and command a power to which we by the bedside. The deserted wife is South. prrapered in business, he determined in Wachita, this State. Only three observed in State and municipal gov- can not aspire. ICTC1L AID. FOn GOVERNOR, r who ad T EE F. HUFFMAN, Very crudo and nar now suing the tq revisit hit native place. In due lives lost that I have heard of. ernment; let capitalists In assured that row will seem our worthless work to vanced money on it to her husband for i. vke r. hla ckb vns, time be arrived with hit tccond wife FORT LODGE, NO. 17, I. II. M. A., L. A. Moonr. llcapectfully, SURGEON DENTIST, LOOAN'S 01 Jefferson County, Baltithey will not lw burdened by enor- the able editors of n quarter of a cen the recovery of the jewel. icUowi' Hall evaie ThunJir and family at I'amnjore, and went to night. T. M. rxsMiBQTOX, V. MUWrVFO'llI. JCY. mous taxes; let law and order prevail tury hence; very splendid will bo the more Sun. ubo. iJ. Wllllir, secretary. nil! .4 m neelrle Marin. the principal inn in the town. At he Ilarlnz rrcclrrj hla kTrthinlnl AnnaritQi. Ii as in New England, and there is no structure they erect. We shall not JAMES K CAXTRIU now to !o work In artrr Lriarh of hli The United States Signal Station wai walling nut one day a boy begged KJIOHTS OF IIOIOU. Tho Paducah A'cwi says of Mr. Ev butlnrar. AHTIMI1AI. TKlTTll IntartrJ reason why the region where cotton rear the columns or carve the capitals Ol Scott Cvuntr. In tba moat aptroTM atria. of him, Something In the appearance a rikee l'eak is the highest signal ans' speech In that place : We do not grows at the factory door, where riv- fur that stately temple. LODGE, NO. IS, K. OP II., meets In Let us at Van ATTORNEY a EN ERA fa ot the lirggar teemed to.be ,ft jnjliar, Station In the world; It is also the HOI-Uall every YVedaeadiy meat. ers turn the mill wheels, and the ad least aspire, with honest purpose and wonder now that he declined any furA. A. tVABBKB, U. j rDQ & Y. liaOWH, V. . w.mnDis, and, qunttonlng the boy, he found highest inhabited portion of the globe. fields furnish the operatives on a wise plan, to lay aright its foun- ther discussion with Hon. Watt Har jacent 0( llimt Couatr- that It wat hit own child, and that hit It was opened in the month of Sep din. Watt was altogether too many with the stall of life, can not compete dations." SCHOOLS. Extract from Whitclaw wife wat living with the two children tember, 1873. A correspondent says: FOR AUDITOR. successfully with the territory East of Ilcid's adrirees to Ohio Press Associa- for him, and the idea that Dr. Blackhe had left behind, in the greatest A government office at Pike's Peak is FAVETTE 1IEWETT, burn is afraid to meet him will bo ex tho Hudson, which brings its cottsn a tion. poverty. The prieat, tliut found out no tinicure, for tho officer must bullet or IlirJIo (Vuntj. m ploded from every stump on which thousand miles for manufacture, buys Stanford Female College. STANFORD KY. in hit wickednru, endeavored to com. all storms and bravo all weathers. Tiik ItouNii Dance. Evangelist Mr. Evans makes such a speech as he FOR TREASURER. itt fuel five hundred miles away, and promise the matter by oflering to pay Occasionally an electric storm visits From a Democratic james ir. r.irv:, transports the food of its laborers half Pentecost got into rather hot water made here. STANFORD, KY. back the 25,000 lire, but the author! the Peak. There is but little thunder disstandpoint the speech was a way across the continent. The out- out in Minneapolis by a sweeping T1I0S. IUCIIARDS.Frop'r. tie, who bad Ut'ii informed of the accompanying the itormi, but the look in tho Southern States is hopeful, course against dancing. A local edi- one, and If he continues to make it at INSTUCTtON. buiiucaii, declined to allow it, and pro. mountain seems all on fire. Sergeant WITH A rULL CORPS OF TEAOnEBS and they roust have a great future lie- - tor charged him with "a prurient im each of his appointments, Dr. Black JOS. DESHA riCKETT, ceediiigv ngaimt htm aro now pend. Choate informs me that when lis was agination," because ho quoted the sec- burn will walk into tho Executive OPENED TO THE PUELICrEB, Boston Herald. fore them. or Ftretta Oounlr. 22..,! thltlatllUUoawlUopan li'K- out oliserving one of these storms It ular press, the better to characterize chair with a majority of 100,000. FOR REGISTER OF LAND OFriCH, appeared as though tho whole mountaisleep. ITS TENTH SESSION, Kansas still bleeds. The violent sur- the essential immorality of the dread ItAhVlI SIIELVOX, was a sheet of electric flame. . 1 lie eucctt or too much of the soldiers Tho annual tleep aro n-toil He told his hearers PARE, $2.00PERDAY. roundings within which it entered in ful Of Nation Gounlr ON THE s not lets tigual than those ariting from It came out of every rock and darted of of the war of 1812 occurred at Paris to the sisterhood of btates gave it a that the most popular itt privation. The whole nervous around with wonderful audacity. It sort of birthright ot sympathy. Its present society are the invention of the last week. Only eighteen of the vet- FOR REPRESENTATIVE FOR LINCOLN CO. 2X1) MONDAY INSEPTEMUEn.NEXT. he ex EZUA & GOOCM. of Paris, Vienna and erens assembled, many having died or CENTRALLY LOCATED. i) item becomes blunted to that the played nrouud him, and as progress was interrupted by the mermuscular energy it enfeebled,' and the precd it, shot down his luck and London. And yet, he said, our soci become disabled since tho lost reunion. FOR SHERIFF OF LINCOLN CO., ciless march of grasshoppers and pota , and so ALL TUE BRANCHES OF A mural and intellectual manifestations darted out of each takes them, and lops o(T here a Generally they were very feeble. The S.H.UAU011MAX. Hpisclnt AecinmmotlallDnsAf- to bugs, and now a fresh appeal is ety All the lml cllecU ol completely filled Mm with electricity made in its behalf on account of the little and there a little, and then oldest was Mr. William Bright, of aro obtunded. I'ortlotl Cummorolnl , THOEOUQH ENGLISH COURSE litre Ion the lliirAriftt Trsavvlem. inaction become developed; the func- that he could not retain his thing and in Bourbon county, aged ninety-four- . devastating cyclone which recently dresses up the ghastly II It a Well ntablUhcd fact, thlt TaMer'l Buck. years. They art FllaOlDtmrat will cure, lfuarU aceonllnfta tion t are exerted with less energy; the but bounded and rebounded from the troduces it Into good society. He Average age, eighty-siare taught, as well aa passed over a portion of the State. direction!. Tba Aculut Ulppocaitanam, dtgetttsn is torpid, the excretions are rock like n rubber ball; ho felt as tho' Over fifty persons were killed and claimed every society man will tell will meet again in Paris next year. Bacgaca Transferred Frw of Chmrfe, the Ruekrre, llorte CnettnuL romuioolj known MUSIC, THE L.ANOUAOEH. DHAW-INis steadily diminished, wbiltt in tome instances a powerful electrio battery was pour that the hat lean blgblr eiteened lor niinf rears, owing to more than a hundred wounded by the you AND PAINTING. Opening the eyes and submerging tho fict, I hit 11 paaKiare rlrtuca, Ijlof In Ilia littho secretion of fat accuniulates to ar. ing fiery darts all through hira, and retrograding in the scale of modesty, and many more, it is believed, r has been ter principle tailed Eiculln, which can be utlllred them in clean deeming "discretion the better part of storm, dance of inordinate extent. The memory is with that terrible deprived of tho fruits of many and that the popular to those whoso eye- for tba cure of Plica. IfaSVcted Pile Ointment, and valor," ho bounded into tho signal were would not have been tolerated twenty found beneficial impaired, the powers of imagination dlieiar, uie Tabler'l Buckeye TlSllalH MODUIIATU. months' labor and left in a condition is impaired by weakness or sore- be rellered. I'rlceSOcinli. Forulet-sight Boston Herald. years ago. are dormant, nod tho mind falls into station for preservation. ritigg. appealing to the charitably-disposed- . ness. Bathing the eyes In STANFORD. KY. mt a kind of hebetude, chiefly because Jlrjrlca iimf I'llfed btntr. In Tnltlon, prlcea range rrotn S23 lo fio In tb n.e rjtrtrle l.laht lit l V)t Jtarkrt. Kansas has had serious misfortunes, regular Drpertuieata. Prlinarr, 3; Intermediate Newspaper men ought (o know how Is the best of prescriptions for strengththo function! of the intellect are not Owing to tbelr warut and delightful cllniitet, diUi'i PrraratOJy, 110, and lulrgUle, !' In the celebrated Ilillingtgate Fill) but the tide of emigration in that ening and healing them. their Inhabitants grow nilow from torpid Urert, to overlook a slip of the pen 'just as a tuflicicntly exerted when tleep is too E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr. Indlgeillon and all dUeaaee arltlug from a tho electric light rection will probably not be arrested. Market in, London, refined lady overlooks a slip of the To prolonged or too often repeated. and bowels. Thar ibould ofcourte The editor of an Iowa paper being proved a complete failure, for the un- Its fertile fields have attractions for tongue. For ruU particular!, ai to Board, Ar.,addrru If a brother chip occasional asked, "do bogs pay ?"savs that they at aU Hum keep the liter rtlre, and to our read tleep much it not necessarily to be a ere wa recommend Tabler'a Fortilloe, or Vegrtible expected reason that it was too good. the agriculturists which counterbalThis Old and Woll - Known MRM. H. t. TKUEHrSART, ly makes a mistake in throwing ohr a good tleeper. Generally they are the do not; that they take the paper for Liter rowder. Tikrn In time, will oAen Hta Dullness at Billingsgate Jiegins at 3 ance its storms. Hotol still Maintains its Stan ford. Lincoln IU, Ey (aragraph, and manages to put in it uoner and much tuBerlag. lilra 50 tenia. For jxxirest sleepers who remain longest in awl several years and then have the post aala br UcRobrrti A Bligg. High Roputation, o'clock in the morning, most of the prudence, the better lied, I. e., they awakeu lest refreshed A Frcter Law. Among tho laws more poison than master send it back, maided "rebargains being struck by gaslight. thin if the time of ariting were earll When the searching electrio candle enacted by the late Legislature of Illi course would be to let It pass unno fused." Proprietor is ticed. There is no use in takiug the !! Its Shalt be Second Determined tbat Is nois ii one providing that any banker er by an hour or two. While It to no Country it was turned on, its brilliant whiteness "I takes my tcx dis moruiu'," eaid a true that children require more sleep literally showed the fish In such a new or broker, or jeron doing a banking poison when it Is so apparent. At a Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenbusiness, or any officer ot any bank- general tiling, wo aro too much dil colored preacher, "from dat po'tiou oh 5,000 sTAVrx than their elders, it should be the care light that the trade was demoralited tion to Comfort of FOR de scripters whar de Pottle Paul pints ing company, who shall recelvo a de posed to ignore the predominating of parents that over indulgence be their Quests. Soles that would have outright. BA11HELB I in the busy his pistol to de Fesions." MAKINO WHISKY not permitted. Where tho habit is posit when insolvent, whereby the de- virtues of an individual fetched a shilling a pair by gaslight AdJrett ANIIUIIOOK linos., (or children to lie in bed uutil eight posit so made shall be lost to the de occupation of trying to discover his irnlhlini, Kr. looked dear at sixpence, while turbot niij ha teat tied la sad rram the depot Baa There is more joy over the dollar or nine la tho morning, the last two fresh from the sea looked n week old. positor, shall be ileemol guilty ot em faults, and it has grown too common free ef charge. Kperlil arreamtedalleae la tal eaiaiirflal Travel, re. The star will ha to estimate a man by the standard of which is found on the highway than jSBSBSBSBslllBlSR 'I bezzlemeut, and shall be fined In doub hours, at least, is not souud, dreamiest alwara eaaelled with tba ebelreit The result was a general outcry. The le, hraaSiafLliiaariaadllgara, Aa there is over the ninety nud nine Crab Orchard Springs, Ky. Yeoman. tleep. Where tho hour for retiring Is 8 the amount of the sum fraudulently a solitary error. eirelleal Livery la attached. copious and ornato dialect ol the lo 1 which were never lost. t or 'J v. M.,but are tpent in doilng.and and also imprisoned in the Pen w cality was enriched by a number of taken, When the weather is wet, we must in fact, tuch excesses cau not fail to itentiary for not less than one nor more There is a mau in Stanford sixty ($1-PER WEEK, A UOOIt IMltH notable additious during the few days NAI.K t not fret; when the weather is dry we (usuro the harmful results described -o- nthan three years. The failure, sus teeth are TERMS of the uew light; and for fear of a re must not cry; when the weather is years old, whose third set of (. by the authority quoted. What is or involuntary liquidation of 845 PER MONTH. I e&Yr fr uie lay iplenJLI llanglag Fork Farm pension, be volt among tho "bummarces, as the cold we must not scold; when the coming. The dentist says they'll of highly Airea, tlaghiiraiull trout the Hue. the banker, broker, or banking com railed "laziness" among children Is, and and felialwrd turnpike. It la well watered, fiih salesmen are called, the corporaweather Is warm we must not storm-- but finished next week. baiaSne young on hard, ,the Improveatenll are in very many cases disease, and U pany within thirtydaysafter receivlug a uir euu g tion was obliged to restore the familbe thankful together whatever the retort, vradJreie lue neigaouvuowiJ. W. guou ana. 111 4 G.G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, HAILKY. Col. King, a Texas cattle man, has This beautiful and is to be deemed prima largely due to the harmful as well as Milladgevllle,Vy. Scientific the deposit, with increased attractions, is now open iar yellow gas lights. weather. defraud, miles long, enclosing about -- DEALER unIK a fence 75 facie evidence of Intent to the other causes mentioned, that ma and piepared to accommodate gaeits in American. dermine tho foundation of health, A preacher in Georgia if the father 387 square miles, on which range superior suit, ana no enori win oe spar SPECIAL NOXIO- EA man coming out of a Texas news of thirty-twed to aid to tbelr enjoyment or comfort children, which boats 110,000 beaats. "Oh, my darling, your voice is as Foreign & Domestio Marbles BY , ai 1 "One of the grievances of which musical to me as a verier bell, whose paper office with one eye gouged out, any thing so far on record. But all to tiu I An excellent Memphis Band is engaged, ANDMFKS.OF To change window-glasour forefathers complained was that tones fall softly on the erfuuied eve- his nose spread all over Ids face, aud ministers aro uot so frank as this one S. A. MIDDLETON, Tunnel City. Leave the window open when it raius, the King had quartered troops on ning air. Speak again and say those one of his ears chawed off, replied to of Georgia. and, In audition to tne tuuica eTerr even Canton (O.)Ilcpository, TOMBSTONE. ETC MONUMENTS, AltsCaliforuIan ing, a series of magnificent balls will be thcta and sought by military power words, my beloved, for I could listen as follows to a policeman who inter. and It will beat in. I will pay tho highest market price ima given uurin; Ins season. tocoeree tbcm Into submUalou. It to your voice until the stars are extin viewed htm: "I didn't like an article fa Cash or Trade in Generin for SUtm Mr. Beecher said in his sermon t stamp cecomes a sen A is little less, than u publlo scandal, after guished Into everlasting ulght I After that 'peered in tho paper last week, Brooklyn, last Sunday, "I never saw al Merchandise at the Lowest Prices. noatly of stamp after you have mailed your let- Tbe water, the drivel, the promenades and Will also take good Tan. Marble- WorkVino all kinds priu ceutury of national existence, marrlsce s "I have bad lust aliout an' I went iu ter see the man who writ au augel painted with wiugs that it work, lowexeouted. tba fare art all tbat could be desired, and bark. Lumber aud all kinds of Conn- ter. ce and fair doaltux- - Orders that any party could venture to ask enough of your clapper, old woman It, an' he was tharl" i i me." did not look like au old hen to a visitor will not want for employment try Produce. I am agent for the celefrom a dUUnoo prompte should be well taken the people's approval of a tpecies of and if you dou't let up I'll leave the n or amusement. Great laughter. ly attended to. brated Fish Bros. Wagons, which I a lady wants a favor of a boy American, If Scientific guaranteed. before shaken. tyranny that Is forbidden In J.ngltud house." Newark Call. will exchange for Staves, 4e. I will . awa she ten cows in Zululaud. A wife costs she praises him, of a young man A liberal discount to tba citiieni of Lin- receive Stave delivered at Caldwells and wherever else tho parliament hat a Never judge a man by the clothes coln County . All tho charms possessed by some hires him; of au old wa-- j she Hatters What cau be the matter with the principle of reipect. -- Senator David Eubanks and Pulaski Stations. I. at, TKV1N. Maafcrd, Kr. Uaraster M., ha wears and hasn't paid for. N. A. SIUIIll.Til, Button Pott. cows? uiaigu Mir . in ate what bang In front of their vests. 'him. Jlavi nrjtT. HAM AH. lirr June 20, 1870. they-Iov- kin-I- THE WARM WEA THER IS UPON Vot-- nir e 11 COOL AND C OMFOKTABLE -l G "W"I3TTE IR, &c CO.'S, , t'erfrall-weSe- N.I..Iloys'an(l Specialty. Ty a. state-roo- inaUHirl-llou- i. r -- u half-sole- hand-orga- - o,n, e cotton-growin- pawn-broke- K ST. ASAPH HOTEL, first-rat- e OfrriDkllnCountr-FOIlSl'rT.rUBU- .,,, round-dance- round-dance- demi-mond- e lioot-toe- 1" rouod-dauc- y MYERS HOTEL, steRob-erti- salt-wat- 1 Prliii-llMl- , WjESJSTTIST CTARFOKU a iii:aii.(n Marble Works. 3so-- w 1 roit it stiUh-rivU- S7S-- w o s three-cen- Flat-Kali- - Satis-tactio- tw J"t 25r. Tnnarmy appropriation bill that President Hayes signed It about the same as the one ho first Vetoed. It provide that no money ahall bo ex STASTIPOXiP. 3C3T. nended for tho pay, transportation or Friday Morning, Jnne 87, 1879. tulnlstcnco of tho troops to lie nscil at the polls for Interfering with the elec Kdltnr tions. A snuarer luck-dow- n was if. i irj.iw.v, never known. 8,Iic Jnlcrior journal. Shall ll Oil' M i Tho ltut Legislature passeil n Act lotakotlio sense of the people as to tho nccesslljr of calling n Convention tonmeml the Constitution of Ken tucky, nml the question will 1 tub- milled at thocmuinR August election, To anv ono civiwr the mailer a mo-mcnl's .nought, the Importance of inch a Convention rrlll l at onco ap parent. Since tho emancipation of Iho negroes anil tho usago of the Fif teenth Amendment, the ilocumonl con tains much that In useless, as well a alumni, anil which ought to lie (trick-e- n from It. Then the laws as to the election of tho jiulieiarr Is peculiar! tWectire, for br them, instead o! Im' partial ami upright Judges, wo have men who lienil to the popular lireeic ami use their first term as an election cerlng machine to secure a further leace of wwer. Nor Is this more than can lie expected of them, for hit' man nature is the same, lio it po' hv a President or a Juilcc. In Virginia, where the judiciary from County Judge up, are appointed, the standard of purity Is better maintain eil, and thotligustlng sight of a Judge drinking, carousing and gambling with a vulgnr crowd is never seen. In an appointive judiciary wo would get men who are thoroughly qualified to till these important positions, and not men whose popularity and ability to hide n great number of mint julips But is often tbeir solo qualification. it is said the people will not consent to having tho power of electing their officers taken from them; then remedy tho matter by lengthening the terms of the Judges, and making them ever af The terwards inelegiblo to deterioration of our judiciary, from the humblest County Judge to a Judge in the court of last resort, under the present system, is painfully apparent, and the people will bo to blame if they fail to take the remedy prescribed, There are various other points in the present Constitution that need changing or amending, but it strikes us that were there no others than the ones given, every true roan should cast bis voto for the call. Under the Consti tution it requires not merely a major ity ot those voting, but n majority of all the qualified voters in the State to sustain the call; therefore, if you are for ii general reform, see that your ticket reads, "Yes, as your failure to voto counts one against the call. rmrfoii r OiiiIWMnl Cn- - .Kirn XOTKH. n i VI As us The Press Convention. ual, like the boy who loves tho last girl he sees best, thoso who attended tho Convention at Bowling Green, say that it surpassed any thing of the kind licfore experienced. It was a grand time, no doubt, but if some thing is not douo to rid tho Association of outsiders and hangers-on- , tho thing is bound to burst up. It is a heavy enough tax on tho clever railroads that transport us, and Iho kind peoplo who fceil and hanqttct m, to minister to tho wants of the editors and (publishers, without having to tako rare of Dick, Tom and Harry, and every body else who ever happened to write n lino for a newspaper. But let that pass for tho prcient. Every thing was dono by the peoplo of Howling Green to ndd to the pleasure and comfort of tho guests, aud n Oov. Underwood, with his ability, was untiring in his courtesy nnd kindnesses. The oration of Qus Matthews, of the Courier-Journa- l, was excellent, Len Faxon's poni was pithy and pointed, and Treasurer Ben Harrison's report was most gratifying. A committee composed of a member from each Congressional district, was appointed to urge the passage, by the Legislature of a general ndvertlsiog laur.nml a touching tribute to tho memory of Col. Hatcher, was adopted. By Invitation of Col John Means, the great iron and coal king of Ashland, the Convention will meet thoro next year. Tho officers for the ensuing trrm nro Hon. J. Stoddard Johnston, President, 11 II. Porter, V. P.,Thos. (!. Stuart, Sec., Col. K. Polk JohnY, L. Thomas Is to son, Treasurer deliver the next oration, and Mrs. Nellie Marshall McAfee, the poem. Tin: last publication in regard to Judgo Hargis, which appeared In the several days ago, and which is accompanied by statements and evidence of unimpeachable witnesses, has caused a complete change of opinion in this vicinity, and, grave doubts of his inuo- from ccucc, many have come to the belief that Judge Hargis Is a persecuted man. The paper should have been published long ago, nnd Iho very fact that It was not, and the further fact that Judgo Hargis allowed himself to lay so long under such accusations, Is proof to some that he Is too great an idiot to occupy the bench of a Court Courier-Journ- The nt earnings of the G R It. It. for the month of May, tre $23,289. rod of Turnpike rtpnlrrr iti tCM 225ft for rotk broken smlsprrail on the road. Tom flrtfn.anll forlil! sgslnsl IIrgl Is for 910,000, am! the case will I Irinl In Louisville. Tli total sales of refunding rcitllicstrs la dale, amount lo tSfiSa,7CO, IfnTlns; lull $19,210 to be ilitposnl of. The Trade Dollar Hill, mllinrlilnf. the flrhanKf of trails ilollsr for stsftilanl dollars, ha passu! lh Hon. Lightning struck M lwI)lsnehe and ( If r. In Mfrcer ronntjr, Tumlay, truJs killing the former, anil Irtillj- In jnrlng the latter. (Iro. W. Bain, lh brilliant Tnnrance rrom an orator, has returned to ritrnJrJ lonr through Callfornli, much improved in health. The Carey wing of the ClnrtiiWls r of Ohio, met at Toledo, this wrek, ami while Iher did not rrsolreto support hwln-- , lliry glreauOirlent ftldfnr that such i thfir intrntlon. The Plat troop with thrlr Ihtrlrrn prisoners liar gun to lh bailie fifl.lsnf Itrrathlll, again. Il I hnnl that thr Court will succeed In getting up a hanging sliow In a few ilars. The (len. Ly tie, one of the Lonlfil!r and Cincinnati mail steamer alrtick in obstruction when fifteen miles Mow Cin clnnall. and mink In ten feet water. No law of life or properly. The jury in the rase of Howard, who killed the Marshal of Mt. Sterling, failed to agree ami were discharged. They Mood fire for acquittal and scren for twenly-onyears. Howard I held till nest lonrl without bail. Only eighteen of the Kentucky veteran of the war of 1S12 met In Tarla taut week, thirty-lir- e luring died since thrlr meeting of a year ago. A few more Tear', and there will be none of the ile-t- r old land marks to meet. Lillie Duer, who killed her friend, M!m Ella Ifesrn, because, the lored aolhergirl better than her, was tried at Snow Hill, Md., this week, and found guilty of man slaughter. Mlaa Duer claimed that the hot ws accidental. Finding that a Democratic Senate would not confirm an appointment In advance of actual vacancy, President Hayes lias withdrawn the naraeof Secretary McCrary, whom he wanted to make Judge of the Kighth U.S. Circuit. Chan. Webster, the accomplice ol Cleo. Washington In the rape on little Frances Otte, and Kobert Anderson, who murdered his wife, snd who were sentenced to I hung at Louisville hare had their appeal continued till September. It la not often that Providence semis a amtnary judgment upon eril doers, but a caae has Just occurred at Columbus, Ky. A horse thief waa routed to death In jail there lait week, all efforts lo open the door of the burning building proving futile, iiorKr.tsTr.K Mr. (leorge A. Jones, for eight yean managing editor of the Cbammial, one of Mt. IVrnsii. the moat efficient, aa well a one of the TilK Cnops. The when crop in this best fellows In the business, has resigned county is Utter than Iho average yield. his lormer position and accepteil the posi- Tho crop of oats Is a failure. Corn, In tion of telegraph editor of the fWi'n-Jrtirn- al, spile of Ihe late cold, and the dfiliculty In Is looking well. There procuring a The iny.lery of the Hull murder In New is considerably more than the usual acre rtlcutara nf whirh were giren age, t'raches arealolal miss, apples, In York, the Ut week, has been iinnvelled by the ar- some localities, are abundant ami promis rest of Cliesline Cox, a negro, who pawned ing. lJirn.nvrJir.jm. The workmen are now the stolen jewelry in l!or,ton. He ndnills the munler and the thefl, ami short work truing down lh old building of M. F. Brlnkley, and the new building will go up wilt be made of his neck. W. P. McKee will erect Mellaril Brooks, who murdered Mix like a dash. Dr. office In the corner of his yard as Martha Stuart, In the coldest of blood, was a licit tried In Madison this week, and sentenced noon as he can get ihe hands to do It. We to the Penitentiary for life. Eleven of the are glad th note these Indications of ener getic advancements. There is much of il Jurors were for the death wnaltr, but rath er than not make a verdict, they came needed here, and we say, "Hurrah for Ihe over to the tender hearted one who had man that Improves." scruples about capital uiiuhnient. CouiiT Day. Last Stonday waa County Daniel Wearren, who was indicted as an Court day. There was the usual small accessory to the murder of Robert Saun crowd in town, and lillie business In Ihe ders by Wat. Smith, was tried at Kith. Court. Some sort of Convention or counmom), Tuexday, and giren two years In cil, was held by the Republicans late In the Penitentiary. It was the general be the afternoon, but .as their proceedings lief that he would I convicted for mur- were secret, we are unable to say whether they nominated a candidate tor the Legisder, but the jury let Ids youth and previlature or not. Mr. Houb, the Greenback ous good character count In his behalf. Edward Payson Weston, the noted pe nominee lor that isllIon, It Is said, was seeking an endorsement from the Republidestrian, won the belt, gate money, and not take kindly to A, wager, making MO miles and 3 laps cans, but the latter did rr The Wet Woods, near Louisville, hss leen Ihe scene of another rrlnrder Jos. Gentry, Trstls, and Ms brother-in-laqnsrrcted In a whest field, when the former shot Ihe taller, from the enVI of which he diet! In a short time. A French conple on their bridal tour, arrived at Niagara Falls, Saturday, and went over to the Three SMers' falaml, The bride bent over In gel a drink from Ihe swift running current, lost her footing and wis washed over the falls. No trace of her body has lieen discovered. At a Picnic of the Bohemian Shsrp- shooters' Association In Chicago, Sunday, a row was raised, which ended In rather a serious manner. The Sharpshooters fired on the outsiders, who, in torn, let go a A number of per volley of brick-batsona were badly wounded, ami one man was killed. The Sharpshooters were arrested and lodged In jsll on achsrge of murder. The Prince Imperial, of France, Lnnls Napoleon, a volunteer In the British army, was killed by a party of Zulus, on Ihe 1st. The weapons used was assegais, ami the young Prince was literally cut lo Ills mother, Empress Eugenia, piece". swooned on hearing the sad news, and la In a critical condition since. Il Is thought that the death will pnt an end to Imperialism In France, Twelve or fifteen KuKInx went to the hiue of a negro man In Henry county, and csJIcd him out. Aa he 0cned Ihe door numerous shots were fired at him, one taking effect. He ran off and Ihe cowardly fiends shut another negro man lhmiin.il the head and set fire lo Ihe house, burning np his bisly nnd roasting alive Iwn No arrests hare !cen negro children. made jet, but no effort should I spared to bring the scoundrels lo justice. It has turned out tint the .Vrrfimnf IVetc, aOreenbaek paper published at Washington, Is kept alive by the Republicans, who claim that It Is doing valuable service for them In Ohio and Kentucky. Il happened in this wise: Hubbell, Chairman of Ihe Republican Committee, approsched Oscar Turner, and taking him for Robinson, of Ohio, he unbosomed himself in regard lo the necessity of sustaining the paper, and and wound up with a request for aid. Mr. Turner demanded an explanation, anJ when Itubbell found out Ihe mistake he had made, he was anxious to have the matter go no further, but it waa too good lo keep, so Mr. Turner published a full account of the conversation. Whew ' but the Rada are mad. The Army, the Legislative ami Ihe Ju dical bills having passed both Houses of Congress, were sent to Ihe President on Saturday, when he immediately affixed his signature to Ihe two former and vetoed the latter. An attempt waa made to pass Ihe bill over the veto, but It failed of Ihe majority, the vote necessary standing, yeas, 103, nara, 73. An Iniput five member then moved an adjournment line rfie. On this there were SO yeas, and 102 nays, the latter number Including IS Democrats, who insist that Congress shall not adjourn till the teat oath law Is repeal ed. A Washington telegram, says. "The tendency of affairs Is that Ihe bill will be reported exactly as il was vetoed by the President, leaving each Democrat to vote as he sees fit. In this contingency it is more than probable that tho objectionable section to the President will be stricken out by the votes of a few Democrats and Republicans, but that the repeil of the test oilh wilt J left on the bill." The Democrats of this section who warmly snpperted Jndge Hargis In Ids re- rent race, did so, believing that he waa a way worthy to occupy pure man, In Ihe office which he now holds, ami which he will honor In spite of Ihe efforts of en emies to drive him back to private life. In onr humble opinion, Mr. Tom urecn la a "bushwhacker" of the worst conceivable ljie, ami he should now take a lock seat, the place nanally "adorned" by the victims of disappointed ambition, while Judge Hargis should nnletly attend to Ihe duties of his office, paying no attention either lo Ihe slanders of Green, nor the "reoln!lona" d of attorneys. do srrr AnTritristitiTs. JUDQE J. II. fa a DEkria roitllT. iTedllors. isn,lilai tit rvitrci JrnoS of Star,rJ rietllM Snt Monday In Asurt MXC0I.X COMMON I'lXAS frsdltorsof Ihsorialsof Ann Mrflee. deed . srs thst ttise srs minlrsd hy an Hr ksretn lo enstnrs snd SM their rlilms. Itrorerlr rerlSeil. lh Rtk ths nndertlsned tomr , on or ten SI.4 II, Mr. II. darsfJnlr.ta7s. Jons II, tars. It Msnertwsr LC f. C notiSsil ann Mnirrs T.W i ss MIU.Y MrllEK, Jf I Thai there arc double as many HMIre l GHAMPIONMQWERS&REAPERS Used by Lincoln County farmers thon all other harvesters combined? UXCOI.X COMMON I'l.KAS COUIIT. JOIIMO. PAIL'Sl ADSIR. ss, JOItK O. BALL'S IIRAJe Osdllors of Iks eatsU ol Jstin O. tlstl. deed , ar ky aa order herein they ar noils.! Sw their cltlm. entferty rtSed. Csmr ,ow of hsfneslhsTSih I rrt.AHKi vorxTi: j oiirsilMiin. Rmrrtrt. Ur. Vegetation la burning up for want of rain. RunxiHO A rirxtc Was held a short distance from town last Wednesday, by the Sunday School of Ihe M.E. Chnrch. lkt rqlred darHKIy.MTS. Jons Jt, I87S !t tloflheandtfnied iinttKArr.uns, BY iMrnovmo Slowly. There ire four handsome new residences nmler erection New stock of Ijce ami Fmbrnldeml In this place. Gnmblelown, as the Cin- ctnnattant rail onr vtllige, is slowly Im Ties. proving. New ami elegant stock of I'aper, I.lnen Fon THR FsJ.l.s, A large party passed and Silk r an. throngh town last week, en route for CumNew slock of Zinc Trunks, Valieses, berland Falls. This Is becoming a most Caret-satrhe1ul received. popular place of resort, situated about Our stork of Samlet, Newimrt Tie, twenty miles from Somerset. Button Newtinrt' for ladies', MIes and Tiir "Chaw." -- The wheal crop Is pro- Children, Is still complete. nounced good, Iheheids ire not large, bill We have the exclusive sale In Stanford, well filled out. Corn is three feet high on Ra.pherrles are not plentilnl of Ihe finest and If I French Calf Sewed an average. and and sell for 40 cents a gallon. The Dew Boot ever offered here. Hnnie-madberry crop Is failure lie this county, as warranted to give entire satisfaction. is also Ihe IMjackherrr. For Ihe next f.trly days, we propose to PrRsiiAr. Misses Anna nnd Lucy make a price nn our clothing lint will sell Gibson, and Dora Idlr returned from Dan them If limes are harl, is there I now ville last Saturday .... Miss Utile More- - very large force of wotkmen engaged In land Is visiting friends hrre......Mr. Hiram making up a stock for us (Or the Fall ami Haya ami Miss Ijila Stone returned In Winter, we must male room for them. So Jsmestown, this week, after a brief visit In don't look shabby inv longer, when so lit Bourhon......Mr. Sam Hick has returned tie money will dress yon like a Prince. home on a visit. We would call escc!al attention lo our A Goon ShowikoA visit lo theumlay stock of Parasols ami lans, believing II to Schools of this place last Sunday, showed be Ihe largest ami cheapest assortment to the following numbert M. K. Church had be found In the city. pupils; M. L four teachers and twenty-tw- o Another large slock of Newport Ties, pupils and seven Church (South,) forty-siNewport and Strap Sandals, Jii't pupils and Button teachers; Baptist, forty-foopened. three teachers; Presbyterian, Ihlrty-fou- r Our Organdies ami I jwns are beautiful pupils and seven teachers; Christian, four The small and rheai. teen pupils and three teachers. number at the last waa due to the unexSilk Mils In black and light rotors. pected change In Ihe time for assembling, which had been made ths previous biimlar from evening to morning; there being jev ty present on that day. ereremee t nuittlrrnr Tlioy nro pcrroct and simple In cnnslriicllon; llioy arc or X). S." CAJRB.idKT light draft nml mnko no sore necks; tlicy nro the most Wholnsls Maashrtnrer of durable machines made; they will save nil the crops HARNESS & SADDLES, tliatnuy other niachlno will mid some Hint others And Desist In sll kinds or ?Hiiiint: lhey never clidke no matter how wet or ltOltHIl TllA.lIMNC3H. rrlcet s low sa tkos of any hoow la Ik country, tangled tho grass or grain may he, nnd, In fuel, be1IARNIBS FROM MJH) UP. IVsd lor tlrcnlsr Ko. IIS MalnSL, Clnrlanall, O. cause they nro the host. NCrEIVCK HIXiTd, hoot W. . RILI'H, slaater Inmr I. f. I' C. T)?p rTQT? XJJliKjJtX. U Oil A A tie for Olils, ekslbytllle, Ky purrfcasel hy T. rounded In 1825 by Mrs. Jails A. Teris. Recently a rhool tor Ik klf ker ! Will I coslfnued ration of flrl. and nlll I wsde, Instrry restoet, a arsl-els- a I or rlrrnlir. euolatsls IsslltnlkMi rtlkMTl.lt A JORKAN. trns,Ar sddm S7S-:- l. "IISUJ-- " 'O-""- "- S -- . Iter. IT. T r.lst.r sal rr.f. H. Jr4aa. t.llwM'-- i "" fcUlkytlll. Ky FREE Ailiai t tr. ASTHMA. HORKTIIRnAT. ItltOMl IIITIN. or NAAI. CATAItllll, m 9fy sj 'MKDU At VVLMMiUrsiAsVJ I will r tlit.fr II ! lssrtk.tlT iilsl txl UlittrttM l fvtf. Iliv li ha ! tk ! tit, in th vataaM MVtuf pfiMstr ol ftffrrintf ar It ttakllMl.bllMMrtAti silt fi th ThriMt. r tUMncst.CO ton)( sntj vis tMt to ? fttsTW wilts I O AMr Oljtsi. GIFTSM iy .,.ht. Clnntl ..-.- It..idtf IN. N H.WOLHC ' A RARE tsirma, llltnlllIItr A. AB Ol ! CHANGE. Wilt's; ..I. It Tlioy aro usod and ondorsod by tho following tbottsxk UrtKtrlti. in ri, notioat, m la tbo . vihii,(fU .., long list of n Lincoln County farmors: tvrtly irsJiwtr rtll br hlw. worthrtmaaatt, olj oa nol ThoHinn II. MoitlconitT, Ivoatvtjallan' iisUlaMfoo.i V IL Ilrttxlr), lb Tht uJ, vhkt rsa to ri4 lo. It Ur Itnt MMir la lh I.! Joint II. Ownlry Klrhcn 1'rtiitlnctnii, la iawirtf im fumi laa vifiat tu lVm.M. II. Joiirta, if i nir-i- f IhOKTIB. ! wiia-M", . asunr . mswts1mu woll-know- N goo1 of baowl IsMt town, oao of will Ml Hi W. UJHtBB.AfTS Kj Hhlhr Ulf, W- - SITUATED SI CAR St lm riooria. Iloor 1 ramsM. HIbAow lYtmML Math.. IVaort, BUBdkItrafhrt, MoHlBf. Witl, Hhrlf inc, ttarinf) vninsj, &m nrniwi nttwmg. ik TtUmIoh, Ac 1 will rontractukulM ff, t.Mrt trf Tff drtATTltoa, work larlu4l ill l CiatlBffs Jfifli o4 tok ar aaurpaias llOtltkf TIIK Jl'.NCTION OF THE . A&V v r, n. DrMfl buJ IlMifhLamtkffe WnthftItoariilDC. niir.MiTciTTriawixuMii.is, E. GRtTBBS J. John John Mcniror. If. J. Harsl, O. JVcnl. N. Ilotsley, O. I J. Crow, Nmllli Itotx-r- i iliirnclt, I'ostrll, Whi. Kltitlrr, Tin CoxMcsrrMtxT Extncisra Of the Pisgah Acadeaiy, Unght by Mr. Ja. Van Arsdale and Miss Laura Owens, ter minated last Friday night, with a most enjoyable entertainment. The plava were well chosen, and were rendered with an ease and grace, that we hare seldom seen equated. The exercises were interspersed with most Interesting essays, read by Ihe following young ladies i Misses Kva Off, ens, Ida Graves, Ellta Newell, Jennie Gog-gi- n, Pattie Tucker, Anna Goggin, Mattie Owena and Ella Owens. The essay read by Ihe last young lady, was especially charming, as may be Inferred from tli aubject "Moonlight, Music, Love and Flowers." An sicellent address on edu cation, by Mr. J. L. Owens, closed the ex ercises. Irdan lfon TsJarsiist lrMtflrarli J wsk. Adamt, H. Wwnrkivnwllh W J MalW r prvstayH ttlailw. laflH, kf.. will t MMf ftvtilltlrator halUlac llvutet by nr tthr balUft la tht who wtat I tmlU tromt tHOIsr pOMlhl VHMdO oil (It artinll WlorMlIff(4l t Wlr work. tarsMQevtioa I hftrsj. with rtaalai Mill InWUMftora Mill, sail will dnfrMloaa irla4 JoliuM. Ulillr. Joe II. AVnlUrr. JM! II. Ilocker, W. T. THcUcr. rtbhui IVtl? Wltalh lMt trt !, Jnittrt Crosr, J. Im DllWtMlll, Wm.M. Itiill, John Ilrlshl, IVm. N. Ilockrr, Win. M. IIIrcIiih. John M. Hull. Win. iJoocli, Tlitiolhy HlKKlnn, T. C. CoHy, Cieo. Jf. OltrtiH. Whi. Iliifatilr, II. C'ohb, Jnwrsi Helm, John JIcAIUtor, Jiiitirsi Anil U.A.lMeUrj, J n turn F. Dnwinnii, Situiortl Km it, I McAllntrr, ohca. lotiva a. m TtrifAit a .rirmui. Cltrla, I. lViik, Il.tMIiiblmrtl. I.JOIIH, Miiiij-Olhrr- KENTUCKY NOVELTY MILLS. nms mkai, MesL wkau hran, iiav, rrrn Our CKl'Slll.ll I EU till saor eronomlcsl snd sylrllU.-thlll)l!.t Is use, and Of soy feed la alio flossy cost. Kervssraended hy the largest link tester. lfr reut. tlur rclrbrsled SSJl rWn.Hsl.snd IXIK an In- - WEAREN c EVANS, rr Agonts for Lincoln County. mixed rtEDS rem cows rent. UlllliKirssethenowol Milk folly M Krlle Sir rortlruUrsand O. M. TKI'MAM sV SO.. H. H'.ttor. I In! A Main .1. , !-: Iola.llle, Ky. lr We are also Agents for the most popular Hay Hake in the market. rorxrr. onr ablest writers, are of great interest and replete with Information and Instruc tion, "i rinceiy, Jtoyai ami amperiai Weddinirs." hr W. S. Chase, has twelve admirable illustrations; this and the fol I. mini? are articles of iecnliar excellence "The Progress of New York," by Hon: Erasliis Brooks; 'Religion Processions," "Three Continents In Three Weeks," "(treat Guns" "Labor, IVist ami l'resent," lie Frank It. Norton; etc. The admirable serial, "A Gilded Pill," is concluded; and there are a number of short stories be Annie Thomas, Jane G. Austin, C I). lleelie, and other favorite writers, well written ami deeply Interesting. The miscellany Is so comprehensive, and of such a varied character, that no one can fail lo find something to entertain or instruct. Each number of this publication contain 123 qnarto pages, and the present one Is embellished with over 100 Illustrations, and a beautiful chromo frontispiece, "The Bedouin and his Dying Steed." The annual subscription Is only $3. and a single copy Is sold for 25 cents, postpaid. A specimen cony will be sent on receipt of that sum. Address, Frank Leslie's Publishing House, 63, M and 67, Park Place, New York. si.w inmiTisrariTH. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Lislie's 1'orci.An Monthly The 0enlug number of the eighth volume or inn deservedly popular macatlne is one ot-- the most brilliant ever The Farmers National Bank Issued. The articles are by some on tor July. Frank t. WAHREN a. & N KVKItY ONG WAIIKAIVTED. ' A'l' HTANl'llltl), HESiU'ltrrs In th Hist of Kentuckr. at the Close or Justness, June IS, 187U. Liisss and ilUnMist. UfrrtlraA V H.Hii44tQrctirrirrulatkia-- .. . Ulber storks, totkls and aiorlpiC INm from spiroTed reserve ssesltH.WM fus from oilier Nsllousl Ranks . . . On from Hist Ranks IICS.TSVS 41 THE . tram SUI.ftO M as,ttoo .7i s; SOS C! POID 1.511 U is.nt tu 1VWI CD 1. O. NTOHK, - 101 J. S Bent eatste. funiilaro B4 llstunr. Current etreosrs and lasrs fsUI Premium (said. s,:iai on - . ..... bills of olncr Hanks. S4I S'rscllonsl Curnory. In. Iodine nickel no to Steele, lotlud'g ooldTrrssiirr certtSratra iojwupo .. Dolf. .. Redemption fund with I'. r. Treasurer S.OOO0O (3 per et. or rirruisiioaj u snj lokrr.. ,, Stanford, found has Ky. Which by boon tested and not farmors wanting : tho following named J. II. Jl .n. II. .SHANKS, JAMI'-- ...... S.Ml'111'IIV, CIHIII MSN, I'. l'KAK, AMI OTIII'.lts. Total. IU7-.- SI Lt l A 8lk rIJ la BurjJu und. t nil.ITt .... KB. . ..... . I.1O.000 to 3I.UKM Undlililr.1 proaia Nallonsl Bask Nolraoutilandlni Indltldusl Deposits auljrrt la cberk. Mink......-- .. DuetootkerNsllooal llu to Slats Hsnks snd tinkers .. Tills!..... HTATC lnmoo .. IIII :,iu 71 Thoro is no doubt that it is tho best Rako in tho Queoiiswnro, market. Onoenswaro, .... srits a i,iw is .. - . IW.3I7 SI Glassware, Glassware. Cor. Fourth & Jsffarsen Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. MILLINERY GOODS. own-- 1 IIiTlnc istsiifht lb Block brfoo.it lornM-Thr Hi. laTltf,weiviUM toksysrp.il ill llutrv. afull ftNMrtiurnior MUilurrr (loud. u.ir pricri lounlrof B. OF KKNTITKV, Llnculu. I" named Owsler. Cssolre of thosUif I. Jdo. !taok, do aolroinljr mrat lhal tnsslwis Mslrnw-u- t I true to tbe of nir knooW.le snd tolltf. jau. n, uiiei.r.i, isDoier. SuUrrtlsHl ol Correct OAK HALL ! tier will from 1 A. . Monday ICth, to S minutes to 11 A. M. on the Slat. His competitor, "Blower" Brown, waa just ninety-wremiles behind him at the close of the walk, Hurrah for the American champions, Wes ton, Hanlan and "Parole." Ihe Idea. UI.tr t found my rtuuotils. PrrtsostAL. Mrs. James S. Clirlsman, of Danville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Sallle Creole Slaven, of Pine Hill Jutt rtrtlvrslt U.WARRTX, .MIlrisM'SAN M114. BETTli: HRUCL. nlrt lot of IUUnmu mm! Floweri. June,lt;. snd ssorn to LeCire mo this Silk dsv JNU. J.McUlllUltnsN. i.e. i JOHN WANAMAKER'S I mllillmt !i our sfurf uf IhrJimrt, (7niceri'ea, Tin- - stmt J. U. Kuiass H. Popular li mi, with ONE urMr ol H(t.tlj PRICE Clothing House Stock of Men' and Bors" Clothing patUra for la J'aac of wlJ COMMISSIONER'S SALE T. II MURI I. UllL, J wrft Sliiil and iirnrw eriVs, (Tjsi.-- In addition to cur Immense Oinfcfion Jtneiiler . rayette ami Clark hare voted to gtre C P. Huntington all their claim to the of the Big Sandy It. It., and when Montgomery and Bath hare done likewise, he will contract to complete the read In three years. This will gWe the Chesaiwake and Ohio a connection with the Western 'stem of railroads, and make It one of great thoroughfares of the country. road-be- d In 1SC3, when Capt. W. Henry waa In Mississippi, he borrowed $CC0 In Confederate money from John Walker, for which he gave Ids due bill. At the present term of the Woodfoid Court of Common i'leaa, Walker brought suit torecorerthe amount. Tho Jury gare a verdict In his favor for $30, from which Judgment Walker, so It Is aald, will appeal.-Mld- way Cllpir. Achilles Nelson, of Itussell, under the presumption, no doubt, thai the early bird Cktches the worm, announces In this week's AJiocult. "in high earnest" his candidacy on the drvenbdfk platform for Congress, from this dMrlrt. With l'hll Thompson an avowed candidate for and Durham wandering around "rendering an account of hit atewaid'liip," Achilles will find the road lo Vauliiki"ii a much harder road lo travel than the famous Jordan, land we do not blame him. The Democratic caucus has agreed to ib said that Joe Blackburn, broth- divide the vetoed Judicial LIU luto two er of Dr. Luke, has requested Mr. bills. The only matter In the first bill Evans, the Republican caudidato fur oulsld of the simple appropriations will Governor, to allow him to discuss po- be ths section resllng Ihe jurors' test litical point with him till the Doctor oath. The. second bill will contain all ths recovers; but n man that is to intense- prohibiting clauses, and no Items of aply afraid of Wat Hardin would rather propriation except the one of (600,000 for too his cofliu than listcu to the wither- United Btates Marshals. Congress will then adjourn and Ilsyes may alga or not, ing words oi our Dswocratio Hol- of last resort. It is he pit sue. and MiasScotta Proctor, of Richmond, are REPORT OF THE CONDITION Dr. W. P. slatting tho Messrs. Crooke McKee and J. K. McCIarr, Kl-- , of this 12,000 ACRES OF LAND, place, left Tuesday, for i visit to flarrard IN 01 TRACTS, TlIK NATIONAL BANK Mr. James Fraier left Wednesday morning, for Louisville, where he expects Hear lly limbered and Ljlng Along Ihe or- - HTANrotti), l.lnr nftlie Cincinnati South. to locate ermaneiitly......Mr. C.S. Ntcld At btanford. In the mate of Kentucky, ern Hallway. and wife returned lo Harrod.bitrg, WedatClossof Uuslnsas June 1S.IB7W. Mrs. W. T. Brooks, of Paris, nesday CIRCUIT COURT. Ky., who hss been on a visit of several REHtlUIICnH. weeks lo her parents at this place, left for ENoni imirrrn lair-a-. n.rr&. IU,II (S3 Loans snd AM 41 HUT home Wednesday morning. .... Mil W nyoui uttDriTBiit.iiu, prw. tlterdrans l 150,00000 Ikndlosecuroeln-uUIUnII. 8. The Coxinom Schools, The Board of OUIM II. 8. IWndl on UsrJ.. isT.uds. sJ ikssCaawv Circuit ("Wirt In Hw.lsOTa (llker stocks, bunds, snd uorlisars. I.OsJ w Eiamlners held a session last Saturday for I,M7 ii It Inl twtUsQ. Iq purvutarviefa JuJjiurot rtn4r Iiuo Itoui sprosd reserr asrolaM.. for certifithe examination of applicants diii ulJ kwtlon.it tltt sluMTrrui, l;u. of Ml J DusfrouolkcrNsllonal Basks.... . .. S.7II 10 cates to teach. The a pplicants were eleven L'ourt, i wiu, Ilu frui Hlals Banks and Usnkera ta IS TI7 M of examination ON THE 22d DAY OF JULY79, Ileal I jlalf, furullur snd lalurrs. In number, and the course I.77S II Curr st tsini and IstN DatdM... few failures, but waa rigid. There were a I fi3 SI of LJWrty, Cborks and other c sab AtlhawrMIouMdwr,UtU 1,117 no most of them procured "second-cl- r s" pa- CttMT Cfe.Ky., rll totLsChlsbMlIowa brtt HJdrr, lnlUi.foihrUsoki.. 104 I0S 40 "first-class- " certificate was I LubtlciuUloti.thsj UdJT rrsM lo k ftuM by rrscltoosl eurrenry. IncluJIos nlrkt Is . pers. Only one U " uli .r lk4 HiJMte,loclud'f sold'fresaurrerlifiistr 3,331 7J .WrulsJ. tu4 UvJuJfiurnl iatued, and that was to our handsome ftsiui'totMoalbitfUr wHIwollBMlium tltr lo IlMfodrr Holes - . . 4,U tU uulUiuiplii"lliu0l1'7ttviflra -. lledrut!ou ruod wllh II B. Tresaurtr Toung friend, W. C. Mullins, of Pine Hill j d.r IIUUUI llfl, CUU.I1UIBI TIWUsl asm sikswsissarl .... . I.MKI of clrrulstlon) rrM. Tbt wo. I of mU Mirta Mattie Jwla. one of the Ui riniiu.frwu40Ul.ow wwllh lanlistrft uil. TsiJ ' huoila tlaiila-sn.. 1177,111 17 Tolsl iwpular female teachers In the s.l i.i,Ur, Ml ook, rhuui, Usik osluut, and most i rutiU st the la.l term of the L1AIIII.ITI 1)H. coui.tr, (.!. af iip.iA.1 .... ... .llu.la.1 In Ika ruunll uT IJsroIn Slid a.lll X ...... at Qnl.A..! IIM.UpiI u . .... rsfllalhloiki'sldla ,n.' blals of KruliMkr, ossr KlnssMouutslaTuu. SO.OUIIM home list week,,and will leaclt this year in u,You Iks ( incioosil bouibsro luUsay. aud on Hurtdua Kubd . .. 17,77 W . f LLklnj I rsu.tr d ri.llait tndlrlded 1roSls. . an... Ihe Freedom district Tbe number ofj Al.r7tioo-ori.. 1,WU w Sat. Iissk nolvs ouUlsndiof u .. ilWS sd.olsd Is Indltldusl HrvllaauhJ(llolkKk. iilicanta Tor schools grestir exreeas tue Isudswill oll said IsudatoInfarasiiis luriMS. MM I CsskUr1 ckorks oulalsudlng. I wll sua srslo frails, number of schools lo be taught. We are vImuo sa nisy isoi sun ioo . Him lo other Nslloirkl lUoka...... .. . s.i.'t ss usr doul boat tor lb sirtloa lulrld, o Iho glad to note tbst the newlr elected trustee twill dayofasl. 1 will iuakald asl on a irvdll of lu lo Mil lUuki snd psakera . ... are endearorlng In most instances to pro- SodSuiontbs,lusl ln.liuini,iu fuicssM,,. 7 . . 17T,11 .. Tolsl loculuoudllusi'irod O.t.l. lIUMh .. . .1 U.. ..!.. A,lai. .J IS. sMuilly,Of wj.bl. cure the beat grade of teachers iKjeslble, , . v., mi.,.. Ir. Though not essctlr root. Ieuuuuifrviudr ofssllodnintnl. sod ro. This Rett of agreeing with the editor of this lSJr, we kailoslkfoinaudSct lor Iks iiuiat of Ihe I. Joa. J. McUulwrl. IVkler of ahov usuvd Islslos a Ilea on Iho land orr insi in owi do oluinry ' desire to Mr that e do not Ullere Judge runhu nwuay furlUr Isloriuslloo In rrsard sisteosni lotholMStor toy II lW nolus sbd IVrousulrIu( . land hrlhrl i K.J1 I .11, 111(1.....v, I ..l.lr llargt I guilty of Ihe charges mads ollioousllly,chsralModtolllyofsld . .1 ... I. I lllrlw H .1- against him Lr Mr. Thoa. M. Clreen. We J U. UM l.l. N I' I. I. Vsltion st hlsolord. idjuue, Ui. take It that Ills duilal and the Jiroof which hllsltiou(il.ur1 W ! A full sod uui!Jie drtrrlotloo sT "ft"1 hiuni Attsar tMirT.r be bflers In his difense, are good, and that Iiuunf lsn4lsuthJIr rlrr.ur InInslSMI 1 VI slrAitstsa, ) llrwil vn 01 In lb ti.ll' HOW. Vlilmlws. Judge liargls has dow done all that any llnnllLulul, Islbsnlwl lUl nrlUw , J K IIihsss, UW Ui-U- . A, fHSCWITr.Ounr. .iitvkia, ) Innocent roan would do or would can to MI4I OUR MERCHANT lb (rtatMt M TAILORING (! umf 7ufshYos, sfurZ r ire Ji7 tttp it coMiiire furrHanire naif iliVrrf 1 HV A,irf ju4 reerirtl noot Jon t 3. 4. IMocrn, nn fisaofNirsf i Quftiwmrt ant UUm- - rlci ar rMilr tbMataijU1y for MB) qvlil;, viwatdij or r(l.M. rotaUtl a itrlalvt UUU qkUtj ?f ciMMM U TUI tb full aaioaal or ah p!4 will U nfaa W. if wtUM f al UrtklM wftittlirUr;, aa4rttara Ibrai aawoiaaulubliiJtul witblatwo wk( wf tUWof arcbsx. Tbftt lh Tbftl It. prleM T.t ttaatwlMr oflawar fuJ abt.ll Im a tb t aitJ buim mU TIES OAK 1th artkl try 2IAX.X low U Mlwlnt catrml1 m lb orJr t4j'& cMltlac QUARANTKKs t fur s.lUy DEPARTMENT vt U Ppriaf aa4 Puiwawr, al ytlct la. a.trUl atwl aMaiUrlat U nut lUttimj til Ike im al UiUlf limit Our ni'rea. n&VTIATT sfwe room teuythtnej, JM MMUjfo A (.&wm rU.U.r.lM...,.,. rejitltit nnJ jsii'Jcif, are uie Utter jsrsireil rnari jf ! ... nee ouriii'sA our tlulimeri tine. W(A in tide in our CURE BY ABSORPTION ItiK'In'.slor Absorblnp; ICciiifdh'.s, An lloa........ In Mummer S'utie yomlit tet nuie Jet Oenut t'lteien, tnul AeiiU VUteri, Ismim .Syrum, Smart I Unit ii new uf OvJtee, W'krtAimei, ... ... SifgJlXSiSft, I. rsH" Seythti, SmiKi, JVoiS: ci , UillvMslffrr. lruut.1. hsursltfts, llhsuiualUni, sll kluJa.f tVuisl. WrskiMvm. KUk HesJsilt, IsiwUsu, rslslUs. l.Mltuil.i. llllLuj. IVJlr. l'.ln lulh. fij.. llsjk. Miujisth. hliuuUrr snj SIumU-s- . snd sIlitlsMn slla. ihIUhi a! tb.ioiusiti, lltrr nr Inlsrnsl email. JUrliye Srctltm, lkkuilil tlivtn ttkweU, lug fnwi IutijKI (iriltw-s.n- l I'llnv sa tulkiw lulnaln' I'usblun, II. tlnllmu hlns, II M, h lal, l Klin n4 llfrr nulilun, r inilr, MnllislrJ nrs hsll kv luil. I, MJlrsl4 Voir TUalsr. s, MiOlrslnt s.. 1'ls.lMfc ) . C usbiuns snj risalrraMu! uyI lirsdf rbsrs. sslt by Iy msll (wu ImUs. !UU.Ut,iU. ,. , , . lksiKnsi4l?nksrr. is swisss, tirw mra owuinwri Mtuagfrt xmt i vuria aim iirrQ nirrvia. Tsn4 asvr. ( OMiMillilksn KaMsitM. Iaalr llrttslaiil ItHrwULy dtUkuUls.ttntHl.rra. IbU t bWa dot- IIV intend In leeji ecfrkiAnifr fAnf tVono la btidsfa, Atl4rtM, Ut uidilrl w aujr of Iba rrutollc), tiiullt Rnytrt, luiirorrl IVorr anil Astir anil Mrrr l'lil, Kiuururlna; Abaorbliir Cashtoa, Abiritliiiiristrni and MnllritrJ.Scal Sill rur looHtath. Dr. U.l'han. Ilu, iJite Clilrf Maoagrr ul III Ilnliuan Tail Co., M. I.oiila, I'm- iiouiiccs llirse ltfiiirdlos ,Siirrlor t All OHirrs, will rur. I'sfsr srsl Agus, llllluua IM In lullon Ins sr.smiftUillMsillilthIUHidi Ofdrrs, IJrrrtXMUfUInt, lutsrutlllrut Itfrr. Irrlisllrsl llnhlsrti, li.iinls, Aaulk.,l1illllf, JsuoJU-sAcllun uf lln linnib Axus, Ulsrtbss. Intarrli. Kltln.r ,..,..riiyal " , tu .. tU.teHton'2HtiZr' ". ".. our teeemlltiiM t huHnet as. no l tnknl e Ante MANAOCK Or ROClttSTtK B, IV Iwurr liiulb suil (Iim-i '" HEMtDIES, din Uulnlll, m Kjr. uill ijrt on tAurf nutlet. i'e rrmieelullil ihiiU all U ...... lis. of yumti sy leep M 91'is ua 11 rait .I.K. WAltHKN r. o. A K0N( siohu Hating JrlernilrtM 1. imov Wrsl. I .SVr L w.IIm .rl.. kllllin-IWI- I AOklJi, lilnn r.iiwi un lit llanalus lutk, lu UiMtJu (vui.lv. nliuul kilua rruui MiulurJ snj s uum iruiu iisaiiu, nni xsuankalfaulksilruui lb. lylk. ll- -J lulUn. McCiKTIIV V IIIYI.1'.SS: iJnrslliisT snj rUirru, a sum! youiif tWtbsrtl uf a Issttlrull. ..11 nslrtrJ A I sua uVlvauiln-- ! l , Ky .fcirlkrlr Ml, I liuMlnsufiiuMur,jHtUlllk-Ursslnln IksasU u, una An a, J.u. Ul, ktulkUJIvu kslsbul lKlidll I S'S-llsntulJ, UuculuOu., Uf. S'( it t7lsu.snJwlnrrK-iuJ.lllu-l- r I I 1.1 YmiwuuUUf juur Irult l kk-rKmIIiis Uss. 111st Jsr. Jrllr Tuu. l1aVa. tllulan st k.wk.n . lln. ' 4 i vAimri-'n- satk st llllln jas. THE INTERIOR A LEARNED JOURNAL-Supplem- ent. Mtu rninai UAL t Lbli "Tiirt .UKBwraiCTB.uws I IMllSu I r!"a'U,),J? Delivered lathe Wwleyan ,'." t 30th tf Uai-al- KSxnVXSi j:frMr,,xrlnw'f.Y1 if&HI'r iuiiuii UjflSilWt'V'T i IQ7B ..f'luT,,,,,! By Dr.D.W.Fflirchild.OfNOW prtnt V..I, rtw iiy. ! Son Inlirt4 lirtr F.i to be treated la an intellectual repast, It la not nr object t uMer an, unkind word whrre It la not deserved,-o- t toi tradace character, or Iq wander Into aay extravagant atalementl not susceptible- ol proof. If I kaow my own heart. I am here to tell too. la aa plaid and simple a manner aa I ana capable) a aeriea of facta tail ol wonder and aatnniikment, and endeavor to make yoa better acnaalntrd with yauraclvc; alio to learn the direct of early all Ihe diseases man u Jieir to, amino almpfe and inetpenelra a mode there far yoa not only to prevent, bat to care the lame. The aueitiorf will b treated aerlonly and fairly, aa it tleaerrea. And, right here, 1 will take the oocaaion1 to aay ao man haa a hlghe regard or more tkoroagh veneratjoa'fac ,,,. v.. k... ,. car ihah I, Sach a man ! entirely veld of aad frajadice. He la a conilarttaiu-- 1 dent, lie keefa pact with every frih'thought advanced t pun Into'prattictmoltSa'tlllngly.ai an aailllary anylklng that proVea Itaetf better ha yet1 anown, than Afet7hf nertr condrmni abort of a thorough investigation. Sdch men are aomrtlme' found. The) deierre 'tht 'confidence, lore and reapecY of all who know them. Sach' a mart'wlll 'tell yoti the belt f them are gmrilitg about In the dark , ''that H la one eonllmioaa round of eaparlmcnt. The principle1 of hntldetei ta proyeel yea, if fallore:1 A'.' U. SteVcaa, Mfl)., ayiV "Thaol.ler phyitcant grow,-thmore akeptlcal they' become In, the virtue or their own medicine." rrofeor Willard Parker aay "Of all telenet, medicine It Prof. C. II. Ihvln the mott nhcertiln.' "nil: VrriL ttttcuorutMaxi, ' are little andentdod.H J. Mawn Good, M. D.I "The Kience of medicine, la a barbarooa Jargoit." Df. BoktwIcV, author of "llbtory ptery doi of medicine it of Medicine i" IVpr. Erani, M. I).i a blind ciperlm(m.t ' "The medical practice or the prtxnt day la neUhefphllotopn nor common .acaie." IVsf. (Iregoryt t(entlemen,ninetyone medical facta are medical le." McLintocai "Mercury haa made more Criplci than all the wara And he thaulj hare added; the pment, abuie of toda or jMtastl, la ill prcacnt vlrloua form!, It deatroying myriads pf ,tom-achbeyond redemption. Siritlcr Cuopen medicine it founded on. conjecture and Improved by murder." Oliver Wendell Holmea aild before a medical clau In the year iMl I " Th diigrace of medicine tn cohicuntiow fAMttv ritvtrciXM "tlicKlence or hai lieen that coloiul ivitem of aelf deception, in obedience to which minea hare been e emptied of the cankering minerala, the kingdom robbed of all ingrowth, the entraili of anlmala taxed for their Jmpuritiea, the potion baga of reptilea drained of their Venom, and all the conceivable abomination! thui obtained thrust down the throata of human being! lutTerlng from aome fault of organ-Iiatlonourishment, or vital stimulation." Thua 1 might enlarge to the client of volume!, fa quoting the long lit) of phyticana' atrict-ure- a on themselves, In which (hey tell you that medical science, thus far, ll not only not beneficial, but absolutely injurious and killing ' " :ctu A, bull, 4lh that errr I Ir tales, dollle McC a" In a da California .e waa 4.02 lolin Willi- - exander, of 4 centa per 1 i on the bead Wearen A Et ! new whes ia Notwithstanding all this, custom and early education ever hold a wpnderful power over us, aad It matters not however unreasonable and absurd any teachings and customs or habits may scent to us, or how demonstrably it may have been proved to. us that tbey are Yet it would seem injurious and fallacious. that nothing short of long yeara of bitter experiences, or some sudden, mighty power, will ever change the couise of most of ua from Impressions .made through earl; education and Yea, we are slaves to habit, custom example. There Is usually a wonderful and fashion. lack, of individuality, Kor example i We are doctor: we see him daily; we rely used to our unon him: take, his medicines, ooisona and pay bis bills i gradually grow otherwise worse do no thinking pr acting tor ourselves; finally die and the friends charge it to a dispensation of Providence, than thirtr-fiv- e yeara ago milliona up to that period had gone, oown to tneir graves ueggmg ior even one swallow of cold water. Mothers, titters, brothers, and the fond lover had each in their turn withheld from, the dear oae thil precious and, most natural antidote. This, too, when ll waa apparent that life cquld hold on but a few abort hours at most. Doctors aaid in those days i "COUI WATta is DEATH; give them calomel and a apoonfui of warm water, instead." Those loving friends were nude the willing instruments, through early education, to obey literally the doctor's com- maud. .Not only was the fever patient denied water, but was drugget!, physicked, bled and .Starved luatil all reacfiva power waa lost, and be gave up the ghoit to the treatment instead of the disease, I doubt not there arc numbers here who know this statement to be true. Dut to. la auperabun. ilar the patient geta s dancci And wliy this radical change of I If fire waa once tha antidote of fire. why ahould water now be the antidote of lever lirer mmpiv ior tne reason that nature always revolts against any system that lacka a supply of nature'a natural wants, or that la m every ocignuoruoou, more cruel (onsen, or less, there were found, person of strung will power that decided they would not die until tney nan satisueo; mat intense tmrsl, anil allayed tne tire that waa burning Jhein Many Interesting eaperfeoces hava been told of what theae creature In1 torment passed throui-to get. water. Mr.own .uncle, for one, Ta, as'waa'iopposeityat "the point of ileatn. A trusty ou coiortu man, nis watcli. man, waa called to nis bed aiiout midnight. Speaking just above a whisper, he said t am going to ask of you one last re "A!e, in Ita effects. ' u. f second atbm.l whisky, whiqli will, for the lima being, a p. In-- I partially comprehended the sacrifices f i, This mass theneomes) pease those dreadta! sufferings) that mice had lo make absence ffdffl ihy family, ach railed duodenum. from the doctors, and the prejudice, the Ilk coalact with lulcexfrom am all standi, and ekcn,iul lha system momentarily brand, he i1" 'M 'iWfr ''Vi"Wff l',,n the jaUepf Ihe pancreas, also with (repeals the dot over and over for the pane ridicule and Indifference from mr fcltowmen than with lha bile of the liver. With lha aid of (hcac I reason, uatil lha atomach r. finatlv unloaded generally -- Vet 1 rlet1ile) fd return,!') the1 city atl ita content, including not pnly the of Cincinnati, Wfctre T bad llted von ask I'll iloi ran know wnat missus and several and ever bnpqrlaM properties, dlge-tof- , '' tlo continues and separation lakra place. whisky, but base, fermented an.( decomposed yeareetn Jlfe, and Ibert riortnfuM; "No water, 00 wUir." and . food, and. deal, font matter It had ptevonal IXCIM Tne tIOM five, I'll .hoot The atarch la reduced fa a sweeilsh a soapy, emnlaion, and the bile en( accumulated. PtoclaWlng a principle", looked like a thffatto I his, ana toll only, wa the cause of ail the humbug on the fake oflt, td a people that tneanurr maa preyenung lermcuiation. ana the inrmation 01 gas, also separate th,e mischief that produced; the above deacrlbed never ncard ine name 01 - iioiman a satancet lno three parti h fatty portion, I symptoms, and not until the unloading Ik Fever and Ague and Livet Pad." If there is I la the albumiaoisa amlaucarr. aad thoiadUreati- - I convicted and the darmsnt slomach IntdArfMUi'twidrM ita ti toon re t to ret and lor. em here who huever'teperfeneeil alt that II .y 1 . . ij ble material. Frou thi condition cornea the T..i.ift iiiu lives vKiu ayf wofa 01 aecrciiona can means to make a discovery that, If adopl.d, entire. maklnc no of theliodv and life. he tie free of Ibis b periodical, menial and would redound tV the benefit "of' many or haa ttulde paaa Into (ha avstent by way pf phyiical disease. Here again, the liver and etpetienced the hope; example ae these finally chanced th Ihe Such aitappolntrnenta, ..stem of treating fever. In thi. aueis cunsuiuurig uenes, vu tuagee, ligaments, stomach rlayamost Important pariln life1. Hsearatementii'eonteiript;'aovw' and talior specific disease common sense la at lait maattf cyits, muscles, aad or bagsi lubes, gtandv A healthy stomach only will save the period. that fill 10 the iof of IrVrvsi wh attempt to tcH prepercd to count flut bow about (he cntlra nerves, adipose or fatty, matter, membranes, cal drunkard. )t js high time thia queation ptomulgate It, ta-sof the situation, catalogue of nearly every other disease known etc This ia actqmpllseed .by Utile villous waa Lhref Per! W Uate. undcrttood, Further na I will tell the cost of Those who hire not tould with profit read the you, a aurc preventive. My friends an4 luch ai bilious disorder, liver complaints. points, which project from the mucous that take up tee alimeet to baby Ihera Pidii-Itb- t this Is a vital point for you to lives of Galileo; Jem-ier- , lUrvey, Fulton, and aide. JwRefWl. enialf msHyPtheri who have tried If. Like1 alt new ifdrnach, back, ahoufders agdi muscles, per ad- tanqeiatand, ana rcmeraoer that tne cause 01 1 is then, emptied Into the great boriaoMal g beginnera, Miy- commencement1 tra- - 1 hard leal and alck heaWMf, eonstlpattoa, xtAiar ALL YOUf. ilU bilious diarrhea, bil'iMi cole, neuralgia. vein, on the left aide of the peck. Ilia here begins- at the firu stomach, lrtt. obviate urugglei Tne first thrre caierwere anion r the wor.l rheumatism, kidney dMkullaaai paralysis! ir, the aucarr and albaminoua parte are aurren. the primary cause by avoiding Indiscretioni. regular action of the hajtrt, nenousness, livet dered to the veins, o be by them carried to Heauce yourseu 10 a lystemaiic, mode ot liv- thronlc played' cmt ones I ever had. These the liver. The liver, kidneys, lunca and skin ing. Do not tat too much, and never hurried- wete tne desperate One. They had exhausted coughs often taken firaaisjatlon- - periodical drunkenness ; and saBmjPaixcially the are all constantly employed in taking from ly. Never Swallow your food until It fa thori the whole llit of niedieal teleace ind humbutht pAor Pad bad got to tonie In and areaaeu acourge, muanBajcuas intermit- and carrying on toe poisonous, pfad, eiiete ought masticated, If you are a clergyman, g-and tent, remittent, biKous, typhoid arMyScarlct maiLer 01 tne soman system. never eat within an hoar before speaking Or be out nail A tartret faf Ito Atrinr in ,aAl. ., within an hour afterward. Digestion ceasttl The firriwas a cave of 31 years' standi!?, nofevera. fever aad a rue. acae1 cahea malarial nix iit'At'T iritis Tiik Mnnh Because the Tad did fever, and the vearlr visitation of vetlovi fever ouf through- - the erferles mtd the extremities Vhile Ihe brain la Very active. And to, my toriously Well kaown. in the South, k stall mora violent fotnt of of the lystenl and to the iiir'act, where the young female utenda.et me implore of you. nov cure inline w three weeks the doctors were heralding II all cVet thi town, Hut me ima est tos 1 malaria, Diood vessels terminate in when he' was eared tie) one1 ever heard from The above tmbrMf. a lontrliat. ant) the Me Idles. Ir) thU circle It leaves lit vital unreflecting mind would naturally bat alow la trig Influenced anl returns through the veins menu, lu me lour vflnus, or, wuai is uciier, thenl a word of credit or pralae given the Pad, to the heart for relllitributlon. JlU return- let Ihepamtnen tbroughntit landj joiq bandi The next was a case of 15 years. He had but b acwpiing sii'incic av proceeaing (rom ine ing JenouS blood ll dark and poUonoul, and In cremating lh.arn alL Conttnuoui tight lac one alight chill after wearing the Pad, Also great tauie slomach and liver. tn hie ease! T'satd, "No We ask the queslioni "Do yoa remember needs to be cleansed. Durlfied and revlvltied. Ing is certain suicide.' Millions have already Ceofge Krenning, In fivedaw of ever suffering with any of the above- - The liver inoutd receive1 a large potllcnof paid thv'peaallyof thiacrinav Millitrai'more rare, no pay. hv talrty"day- hls potion, and frbmllj Secrete btle, which Is are cobtjmiiatr to safTer7 the kceneaff torturea Wrriselfwell; named irmntonis while von had a sound gate Me his stomach and liver?" Ask your neighbor the nature's cathartic', ind an antixcepfic at)d sol of anind and body) in cOnUqaenCe of their teillnrollal, and It novr 'H FeAt RetyVery, vent, aame question, ine Kidneys anouia senaraie ine aur. use, and a eAst'aaaibef arte hopelessly beyond tmio, aelltng I'ada rdi a living. Sa with Iohn-C- . Prestmva case or liver and Rut little Chance or advancement Irs the old rplui water..TIhiis "bresetvfnc'a taulform temper- - restoration, Stop before It Is too late. Send , .. . . .' . practice haa been ahown durlnc the last 200 ?, atenr; atso fcmovipg inose poisons navmg good blood, TiealtSr flua. Into the system, stomach disease, paitt Inside and liVer constl-patio(a them. diarrhea7, headache; Inside of trrdays The) Iilnji shoold take and 'you will aoort find yonrllver wottkS well yeara in tne treatment 01 an these diseases, nitrogen which arc. with the rarest exceptions, the rrom toe blood carbon and, Jmpart otygen, enoetfht also the heart, kidneys, lunsrs. and wis well, aftef being ill fai fourteen yeara. oatgrowtb of a deceased stomach and a torpid thronrrh tontact with the atmOintiere. The the entire system. Again I repeat It, the liver Dr. Biivell, of ClnHnnatf, Who had suffered a liver, tne laat neinir a consequence ot the remainder of these poisons should plii on" is seldom wrong- wnen tne stomacn isngni; thousand deaths with neuralgia la1 the stomach first. Yet tney are all treated Specially, ai If tnrougn me pores 01 tne sain ana tne natural and I would add, by way of preface, that no for Over eight! year, Vax petmineMly Cured human bd rip ever had a fever1 who had a intlde of two weeks. I A M.ar.t' W'S...., tney were distinct diseases proceeding irom outlets, of the body'. disease and malarlaV Colonel Thomtotr', assist sound, healthy itomath and liver. aome other cause than those I hare just tiic asrLiiM, ant postmsrster, CIncliirfart j H. V. Chrtls, The spleen It like sponeeL and'smcentlble' These, are generally treated with These last two Uiteises come, fromdeoim-posenamed. of, grtat expahiloo and rontractlon without vegetable "matter that vaiwrirts' and banker, bf Mldilleton, k tery old ehtohle case medidBes: aome or the following Mercury or calomel a deadly arid Insldloua Injury la; Indeed, like the alrthimber1 of ai pervades the atmosphere with IK poison, aad of malaria and biliousness, who had spent a rtrvd poison, which bat filled, (he world With hu fire enrine. which servei ai a' Cushion for the Is taken Into' the aystem, but never, lodges small fortune ttf man wrcckai once taken Into the system ll water to prest igalnst, accommodallhg Itself there white the- Villous organs perform' their he used the pad; and thus it wax, one after roper function's. So with any other1 fevers. another; lhat remarkable 'cures, corerlitghear. never ceaaes to rack and poison the sufferer to the amount plplfsstire brought .aglintt it, sleacly, unremitting flow or S 9 long US' there are! ho obstruction), that ly every fortifof disease; not trxcladlng nearly until death' steps' In to relieve' him. Arsenic and securing Itut If, ori the contrary, evefy kind of Mood poIsnn,'asd the d6iaes a deadly mineral poison, nut oitea used. Stream. The blood passes through the spleen. disease la impossible. IS a double acting' fcfrce purhp, forcStrrchnine-one-aiiwe find ourselves complaining m6r4 or less, we peculia to women and' children, wift lieing th of a erain will kill a The heart ing the blood bat through the? arteries into the rush headlong for a remedy aome poison as daily reported frtrrf lrvirypart of 'fliC'land, dog in half a minute, and one grain will of adminis- veins'. When the blood ll natural and the an antidote' 10 kill poiioB. The'diseaie mar iinllfit; this little common sense' dtSctdr. haa tering such a medicine al that for fever mind free from eaciteruent, and the body be In the form of biliousness, which' Ira mild assumed a history of tiftintie' prtpijltions. and ague aad biliousness. It is dona tdaily, from disease!, thia machine moves' amoothly type of main la, manttfacrured In tat Stomach, Important depots arid consultation 'rooms frM ll fever and kei. a more violent type of charge are, not only to be found In hearlr Bismuth- - this corrosive metal and beautifully, with regatar and 'uniform pul- or: if however'. sations, and srithemt undue pressure' apori any' of 'malaria'. We persevere da fia and day i, sue inrpuri&ui cities 01 inia country, but poison ia becoming a fayorite for the treatthe ment of .disease. It deposits itself in the of the vessels or organs Wf circulation', Hut out. ana. as 1 nave seen lor thirty or lorry also Inhave1 'CahadaVaadtwtthmiof KutotK-- . found khcttway Irf, inialler dWi here- - They bones as lead docs, and entails permanent let the mint! net sattdeniy brooghi tnuerexcit' year, dslirg aome of "the ' Qulolnc-r-thla symptoms of poisoning. drug ing or depressing Influences, inch' nv anger, tofore mentldhWpblscms. ThetiTt,"is,ve quantities o Asli.the'Unhlmls, etc. 'One of grief, joy'or fear, and berw quickly the heart find burseivea aaddfed with a completion at the remarkable fact! con'ntcted with ihhtreat. ia much relied an by Ine profession, Dut we deny that it has curative powers, ll excites responds, either by It almo4t evslag ha beat, yellow is) a earTrotl'bag, and a disease that al ment Islhatit selJom fails' tocuritSehere inthe vital fortes to, temporary activity. It or by jamplngi as if It were thrown' irilo in- ternates between constipation, diarrhea and structions' are llteralfy followed, "except rn"caes In cold whert'lhecoatlgabftbe'lltolnach',kre,cTeiroy. helps to resist the shock for the time ficinjf. creased vitality and strong, vigorous throbs, all 'other1 trouble befbre- - mentioned. ready to break: weather we lemg fot' the fire ; In warm weather ed by the use 'of powerful 'medldries''YJr where It helps the patient over a bad spell, but It and Ihe blood seeming-almostaome of Its restrained barriers, under a feeling of lissituVle', The reasons are1, yoa ine snort no lap over tn pit or. the ktomacli, through will not eradicate poison. i:i ' The Curse or quinine Is, as you all know, the great pne'wore, Right here comes' the of have neglected theoriglnal cadse, the stomaeh, lha result of tight lacing. that its continued use establishes aa abnormal fice 01 the spleen. It cxpandaeasilv. readily. arid kubstituted 4' medicine, a pohrbn br" liU In the language ol another, I balleVe" that kldheya, and stomach, under the ureal pressor e4ike the air chamber' lainous cathartic. Id treat all these Tlls'speel there Is no diaease that eah'belebt'ln adbiec condition of the liver, wc crista ss.lpassed fifally, 'So both poisois ar?. fastened In the Hon, that tan bd modified by the u of medi-rfntending to congestion, irritation, torpidity, en In the force pump-v-an- d but can be acted upon In la far more satis gorgezient' ami final' positive Impairment. witnoui narra. aaa lie acart gradually cornea system, never to leave jwu, perhaps, amll yoa Who that has ever used this drug freely did back, to ita natural condition asthd exciting feel Ihe'wetwmie nelrsengerpeath, tinlesi you factory manner by Ihe llolman Pad a fid plaater way. selre'thfropportunltyblTered you Intfiepritw Sad medicated salt'waterfoot bath is kuViliar-lenot find an increased quantity needed for each causes arire I believe there ll nd disease lhat medicine In fever Ihe: earn result foUowa,ithe fever ciple! arri the happy Instrument of presentint succeeding day? Aa a consequence, deafness and want of memory fastened in the system being the exciting causei When malarial, the you, which haa proven that It will aecomplis! will Cure but what Can be cured more promptly blood la thick with poison, and the hcaxt.inds what riothlng else "bit earth can. Tbesute. and etteetaally by this treatment. 1 do know also feelings of horror and wretchedneas, but lhat times wit bout number diseases universally little short 01 misery personified, such prac- great dirTicully in performing its work, es ments and charges I hate made against the acknowledged to b bevond tha reach of hirdi. ratsEMrsYsrist or amtipotei tice ia discreditable to the medical faculty. pecially us tae eatrenuttea like tat engine come from t)n who has felt and anbwn what cine' have1 melted awa'v under' the action poison to cure a poison Is falla forcine water through a email pipodraoatle The theorr of cious, and can not be borne out In any illus- instead ot apen hcs( The Smalli vessels ate II h to be a loving4 father, and have his pete of thet Hotnian remedies, and the work waa and rdteouslv' for heln. done to Quietly, with' so little Inconvenience tration In nature. Aa well might we say ben. easily clogged, ana roller a resistance to the lootrinr beseeehlnft-Isine ia an antidote of fire; or another bite of blood circulation,! ana inns oriag into use and wheri there was no help under that' syttemv to the patlentV that in many esses the pain waa d 1 refer td two of my chlldrenAadaui-htevaagone ere hewaf aware. More than'A quarter not the hair make necessary the office of Ihe tplecn. the dog will cure hydrophobia Ida and exoanda under this aressuirj which. a son. TheUaoghter had been a rcmitani In- of aiulllion of, earnest, Intelligentlivlrig (there ia Quite a difference between the two) t to the truth of these also that green apples are good for the stew being constant or sa long continued, the spleen valid fdr over four1 yiars'wlth bilious hd maU, having no, opportunity to Contract at all, be. lanai poison in rne system ; settled into some statements, The experience:! that haretome ach, etc, wert- moved to call them - under my own observation 6f the wonderful Doctors disagree. II we examine lurtner cornea congested add loses sis contracting fivt dlseises-w- e the recorded opinions of physicians, eminent power) Hence ague cite or enlargement or 'and consedulnees Uriwlne' ont of aionj ami cures, and' hearing- ll, ,as I do, continually conkinuoui suffering and sickness! My son from the lips of the grateful patients'; I find in their profession, we will often find one that organ. Now, then, inasmuch aa the stomachs are had the old fashioned Yomitintf'fever and It a work lhat transcends every' other condd. claiming that the very remedies used by ague, with the Worst case of enlargement of eratjon. Money tould hot buy me td help specifics are the causes of the others aa ever saw. mi ine wen Known suppress It. Think for one moment what the diseases they are employed, to cure. Thus system is sustained, it will be readily seen, if lac spiecn Uciuahlattrfbuteetne frequency 01 consump- the gastric; juice, ia the first etomacn, lacks a remedies had been applied for each of them. llolman Pad will do for the spleen. mVSJClANS OHIl AND ALU." tion to Ihe introduction of Peruvian bark. sufficient quantity, then fermentat'ou and do- - especially in my daughter's case. Instead of forming a cure, she, waa drifting rapidly awaj nntjl all will tell you that it is. next to Impossible to a hile X7r. Morton coastdcra the bark an ef cay ot tue ipeu 19119W, aa, a necessity anil other hope- aad disappeared Wr'her aver being a Care a chronic caaa of enlargement of ihe laree auxntitiea of gas, lactic acid fectual cure for the diseaae. Dr. Reed aa- ami it mut pdsa lato well woman again, wnen, inrougn 'tne. u&d spleen r mually called an ague cake! Ily cribea the frequency of thia disease to the use poisonous aubstances i,,c iiiwim iidimju. neaa of Dr. r'airchild, mr brother,' livirur in the application of the pad.' the. power to (luuuwv of mercury, wnue ur. uriuonet asserts mat 11 sue SCOU by mercury. Dr. Hush saya Keither juices of fhe pancreas, the, bile, nor Mew Haven, and an uncle, who' hadi each of correct the disturbance of thia organ will be is only curable consumption ia an inflammatory disease, and any other known property can ever, restore it them acen soma remarkable cures effected ia understood and.apprecistctl when Isay to you should be treated by bleeding, purging, cool to the condition nature first jnlen Jed,,ainl It their section, she came into possession of that it will begin to remove the enlargement or ague cakei almost soon as appliedj An log medicine and atarvation; while Salvador ia the vile, poisons, mixed with,, poor fluids, "Holman's lever and Ague Liver Pad" chemically changed, that begin their circuit something she or I had never seen ar heard ague cake under tho. pad is like the k cake aay it la a disease of debility, and should I So aooii sa I found out ita claima before theaura'a rays. I have, had repeated tonics, stimulating medicinea and through the system, first attacking the liver, of before, treated by then lha heart, thence to the kidneys, then I threw it down, declared it the greatest hum. caaea of this trouble, Or diseaaevof twenty-fiv- e a ceneroua diet. (Jalca recommends vinegar aa the best Ihe lungs, then the skin, and finally pcrnieat. bug of the age, and said 1 would not honor years to a few months" 'atnaiding. Tkaa far I Ihe inventor enough to put it on. Something have never known a failare to cure within Diasault and ing the entire system, preventive to consumption. 3nd it, is in this manner you can now begin over a week from that time ane sayk 1 athcr. from, two to four weeks, Thia may seem hard then assert that thia disease ia often brought common practice of voung people to underitaoj yourself,, and, sea at a glance 1'have beeni using tko pad, and there la nq use for you to believe. Ocular demonatralian will on by a taking vinegar to prevent obesity, Dr. Ded why it U that your liver becomes lifeless and denying .the fact, the pad ia etnoacioaa. All bear meant In thesa statements. Permit me to call ypur attention lo Ita ami-dotdocs recommends foxglove as a apeclfic in torpid, and fails to secrete bile; causing pal these ugly symptoms X have carried for the aad preventive power. Aa, a preventive consumption, while Dr. Pan found foxglove pilations about your heart ; wby the kidneys last four years have left me," I aaid 1 "Non why they are sense I Wait a little. Those an conditions. and cure. the. Pad is worth, taiaayltjuies Its more injurious in the practice than beneficial. are diseased; alio the lungs; face of such contradictory statements. sore and irritable, and so liable lu colda and most likely, which would have occurred at weight in gold. If ia impossible to cuaipute In the the value. of a discovery which,, without medpneumonia; why your skin becomes a aalron aav hour.p,v is it net time to think and act for yourselves? My good wife, who seemed posacsacd of icine; may be relied on to prevent tho most And this, my hearers, brings us to the vital color ; wby the nervous centers over your di"llalaaaa'i Pad" will question 1 What is it that causes most of the gestive organa are diseased and, cause you belter faith awl fairness than I, then insisted. dangerous maladies, After prevent, yellow, Cbagrea., lyphq'il, lunittent, suffering and disease found at thia time in the sick headaches. Wil. neuralgia; and why you that, I ahould get a Pad for Charlie U, kUi4,,qCJever. system ? And why is it that most of ahould. btvA rheumatism, seeing, aa you can, wearing it pne week I thought him, having a bilious, ,copgeallvefaljd human lime than the medicines given ior a cure give anytning the caption cryitalmed In fhe blood; and why worse believing ever. He, however, bad put This has been tested aiyl prpven jjisoimany most thoroughly it would cure cases tbat. we slate, it, positive and .Sfithout women suffer, .such, untold misery and weak it on, but satisfaction lo the patient? Aa before t will prexent. aucnmex atated, most physicians treat every ill or pain nesses. The llnamenti are ielated ; the fluids him. Hut faith didn't help nor cure the chills. qualifi?at,iou. b (""epiog yqu?, bdwe, regular. It are weak and insufficient, tne whole aystera b) At laat my wife ssya, "Charlie, where.are you, a per wearing Itf ' lie sayai "Here, pointing iq will preyent dyspepsia bv .abaarbirig all pois of the ereat whole, procecdine from or crow let down. There H a want of vitality It was once Called lailaess. bis aide. Then ahc adjusted it, so that the top ons and aruusing nerve action in the stomsch first, the feet goneness. cause ing out of a fundamental It is now known as, a dreadful and hated of the pad touched Ihe bottom of the breast and,iver., t will ptcvent, and cuiqbeart Ji. stomach 1 second, tne liver. disease ; and why ahould you have, cold ex- bone, pit of he stomach, and that, waa the easts oincr man urgaftic. ;t, ts scUlcon we tttm'LATs: TllkV-- TWO ORGANS, Last: tor over a year I never heard whisper meet with other than unctiouai sympathelic especially the first, so they perform their fuiic tremities, fevers. Inflammations anif obstruc lions perfectly, and you will remove at least tioas, spinal disease and an insurniounuUe. o comphiut from cither 0 these. children. heart disease, which, proceeds (fpu, stomach the least Of all A.neiguUor of mine, whq had been an Invalid derangement., , nineteen-twentietof all the ills that man ia amount of pains, and, rot iiliiiyNsTsjsTr.D, IT has heir to in this or any other climate. Prove these, why we have Ihe pcrlodu:al' drunkard. with, ague and biliousness for over fourteen None need oaf sympathy and deserve the yeara, was then induced to try it. After a beyond Ihe jioaaibUity 6f a iloubLhat, it will thia, you may aay. The whole thing la in a nutshell. ISO mystery auout 11. me nrst broad, mantle of charity extended him more, reasonable length of time ahc reported the prevent chronic Internal rheumatism and neuralgia. Tbe. tame may bq aaid pf aic,lc, stomach receives the food, with no other than tne periodical drunkard. He will I til you same rc'sulti as with tny children. alwi spina) dlseaaea ani nefvpuf proshim Tbisconvinccl me Inal the pad. waa good. preparation than what mastication haa afford- it is not the loie or habit thai prompte compreto It brpugbt peace to my family. I began to tration. These are tlirccilv traced, in a preat healthy, gastric drink, neither Is It that he iloel nut ed, and if Ihe stomach Is for Ithe lncivc center lhat iicrvadea ihe ilicrstive urfsna iutce. which la both a aolvcnt ami antiseptic. hend the terrible consequences growing out look uicll Intq the principles claimed n a ai in luinnini iiiiiDiiiirL iu.ii.i"ta Willi of ita use; but, that, he Is attacked at, certain Il'lds, I alu .hunted up every case I could IciYcrthe, fit,p the xtowaclu, ThUls the gradual approichei, finally culroi- - find wj had Jried ifceiq. At last I decided to teiy that corouiunicatcs, quicker than thought. food, and excites the muscular motion of Ihe cow- - i io f vciy ;ais ui ine sysicus any uisiurpance ai theatoauch,. propelling the I00.I troin left to natlnir with an indescribable gnawing feeling wc, sue imvmyi inn uwuk. a ' I right, and back again from right la left, until a( (he pit of the stomach, and a nervous pros- vlnced, tiat Hie fad was a success beyond a the stomach; Plseaie there ineatii nerve (.learned by each that, where 'be, Irati.Ji, Inaction, Inflammation, ob'truclions. it is thoroughly saturated with and dissolved tration that; pervades the entire system, such' Pad was, worn as directed, iheie cauld be no I Tr ne'e, horrors anil pains Indescribable; 'These by the Juice; or else, in ine auaence 01 gas- as seems lo demand without delay a powerful glass uft failure. With (liis conviction, nolwllbatand. .feelings ,are, of, cvurse, Inten-if- il In propor tric juice, it must fciiuent, deconiise and rot opiate, or, what l more convenient,, jwffi ITdaA 1C' ih"T Mote it can aten paw Into tie "M, mii st. tt .nl betr yn f " MfflTOMMM ir b' i it all, u ft kin ivn' l'ennlogton' week, at t A company of thirty Cltlteni a purchased the Kalr I -," h..wut1IU a aecret uieet- - avra IUII "T ! aaalaaa sJ,ara rrwaerllniaalraulwlara .raaaU.ilwa, Ta.y V I lasaxsr Which iUndt the head and front of! fl mm inemelqqjjS-JCAKaiT- OT lion to mental tlrtln t ndne eteltement also r poisonous sun. In proportion t the amount absorbed Into the blood stances arhlch Mm brtln, nerves, sngiclet, tlssuet and poison otintlcauinirvOunesti,dlttIes, general 'debility, gout, neuiWt., rheumatism, pinlysls and deain. 1 a I aa, pmen inn our will do more fof you In curing cated fool bel these thin nil th world"! Ireetmenl combined. In the name of humanity, try Ihem. ,1(' r)t yen arc redy to ny that r lag too mack for it to uy it will cur and pre-veail tkeae. Not m. I f It l tree Ihes disease aH conM, as I cUta, from Mint I will glv anvpl proof that thry do then. If th Fad earn oc prevent it In one, k must of necessity in th whole. And the doctor, for this It does. On I would huasjtky ' aehe, who bold In their bauds the live of m millions tnderstood belter the 4wsdaeatf, chm end acted fon It In-td p( treating ell specifically, Net to lrut diseases by firtt finding ou the mum reminds mall brook tnp me of once drinking from HOIHrTTVTI do me at much goad at the Iftfrnan jrrr rat. 1 hare now uieti tntm since ine mid dle of last Febrnarr, and hive not liken cram or medicine lor any rrrmpiiini. 1 am ratified to know that there It a way to treat 5 lies without taVntr medicine all the time, and I can recommend your remedies neirtuy to any one. Kespectruiiy, etc.. nHT rat pain, bufof from phssl. "t mwslyaefntatKVf f freedoma condition of freeMbm froim t 1 i - 11 mar CH.4aJ (ht He censenueally he found him Improving. decided that w ai ooori m tTYonY lh4 hid (hit peculiar complaint. Soon after, ward in Irishman and Yankee had the time He immediately resorted to cab. symptoms. htfi at a remedy. The result was, both died. ne casnged ine resaing in nis ntemoranauni thus t " Cabbies Is rood for Dutchman, but death tor Yankee 6r iHthmin," Stop doslnc. The Tad treats all national!- tie nlrhe i Is no respecter of eenone, but a Mend alike to all. It can with truth be said tht. tin the American continent, south of latitude 47, not one person In five has a sound lifer and stomach and It It my fired purpose If my We, strength and (stents are spared me, never to teste nW labors la behalf of thlt Mksi Yann until ever man. woman ind timer UUJUM. JLa 11TBB AND 8T0IACI rVYV 'l'U H.' X JElJti TTaTaT mi; of ,wlrr that titled putrid, wettine the farments with salt watei, and that thirst cw almoat entirely b satished ia this raanper. Arain, If, plaster of wet tobacco be olaced for a few minutes onlv over the pit of the stomach. It will produce deathly No person will be safe In trying sickness. the experUswni, ,tWrty minntea CTen, for the poison of the1 tobacco will hue entered the rfrrnlfttinn t'onltlees and tiv atinrnl!an. blisters' arc, used to draw or absorb diseaies to the surface. Eiery person know the danger of rubbing pr placing certain poisons on the surface of the body that In a few momenta the entire system "could be poisoned, unto death. A blister and a poison can pom pe appncui ou uic same nnt and at th same time, ncllher bctatf an question that the body receives and jhrpws off at ne same time. ThU method of enrine disease, rather than dragging 'he stomach, la so wet! understood la Ing-lanthat n committee appointed br the Royal Medical Society to investigate the subject, reported an follows t n The activity of nearly every substance that can be tued it three if jnot four times , greater u given by toe tun than if swallowed." Let us understand the reason of this. In the skin, and Under the skin, and nenetraUse throuck all of the til sues ,and all of the organ of the body, in many cases forming n complete network, are hue ducts, or small giiaoa. caueu. lympnatics. These arc the chief absorbents of the body, although absorption takes place tir the blood newels abo. It la because of the lymphatic cxlendjng from thn skin to every organ and every part inai m raw, pieruiug vibiiiks oaaap atmosphere sierces through as. And this it also why the touch of a deleterious matter males us sick, and contact with poisons may cost us aur life. Foe this tame reason, the proper remedies placed, upon the surface hive power to remove aiseascs, n we wouio peas sickness, make use 01 loose natural ouiieis thf million little paths Cod haa provided through which evils may be expelled and good may come to us. Before coscladlng my lecture, I again tarn to the causes of other diseases not yet mentioned, soch as catarrh, bronchitis, throat, ling difficulties, etc. The formation of acid and eas In the stomach and Intestines, caused by indigestion, produces great irritation of the mucous memDranc using inese organa, which often extendi upward to the membrane lining of the cavity of the throat, causing and Irritable sore throat j also to the cavity of the nose, causing the irritations and secretions caiieacaiarrntaisoioinemem. braae lininp af the air tubes to the turn's. Chronic infUmatlon and causing bronchitis. ulceration of the throat, chronic catarrh, etc., i originate in and are sustained by a chronic Irritation of the lining membrane of the atom. ach, and by blood poison. The Holman l'ad will begin to 'remove the trouble as soon aa aDolied, In cases of malaria in every form, I make this bold declaration, that I donbt if there Is a case in existence Ilolman's fad will not enrr i use cad Iri the ceneric sense ; also, with the understanding that it be adjusted and worn 'iixordlng'to directions. If you will give the Pad And Ilolman's plasters, also medicated salt foot baths that are frequently used, one- quarter of the patience and fairness vou give any otner treatment, wiuaropcvcrrininKci and rely entirely on them, they will bring you ''blessings health it has seldom been your 'privilege to enjoy provided your stomach Is "notenflrely worn out and dettroyed by the After you lire "one and abuse of medicines. " once cured, If you will tecure a second pad, and In the sDrin? lime, when all nature Is un ilergoinjj a change, wear it aay two weeks also any time for a few days when you feel anv symptom of biliousness, and ten days each ' malarial month at a preventive, you will find one Pad keeping yon in health a whole year; therefore, making Ilolman's Pad the cheapest, the pleasantest, mast convenient, the surest aiid most satisfactory curative, preventive and 'thorough system regulstor In the wotld. (if this you can rest assured I It will do you no harm unlike the Dutchman's cabbage. ' '",'! Ilei the Dutchman, being very sick, was told lie dls- by hit 'din tor not to eat cabbage, " i'obe'ted the doctor, and.to the doctor's tur prise. putrid bog lying tome distance Mil found used to tell jn that hailing th Wan it, made It lew nffcasit. so ter .would not remained. Von ire. no lone if the doubt, ready to aik, "What it th principle bjr which fh Pd icu llolmin'a Tad it mule op of a number of harmless vegetable tuch a have been found to be aa antidote la disease In the human system. Alio just .the tonic required, whether it be more or less. Doing Ita work without aay Internal medicines, it li twofold, distinct, in it actions. natural law', A The principle J abaorpjlon Ionic U thrown Into the system br the wtv of the drnlition, and exactly where seeded, beine placed orer the liter and stomach and center of the nervous srttem, which pcrradea the digestive organs. Another properly it bat,. which la tq abtoib, from. tb system all bilious, malarlons And medical poisons Into the Pad, and If there It any diteaaa In 'the system. It immediate! teu about its work. Tti flitMlum wanld1 tiKlHrall hm ssWd. hair Is this possible ? It Is a fact established controversy that the hnsun bodv.iwhen at sea, can exist po, inconsiderable length of time without food or prlni m occasionally time by first rinsing ot my cop. Th lute wu Hill the lime. I followed the stream I sought the ke (K f' fmitimnt l tti nikr. ftlmwinir bvontl a Cm. W lenhlflt. Superintendent Oriental Htem Laundry 579 r inn street, neir uau. . M..uu.. . v- - a.JI . nuuiinTiu.1, rvv., apni iu, ioy. man tint Ptd O.." My wife had been a sufferer with nrnrthrl for ten yean, t the lame time with a partial stuck of rnrstv which deformed her Face and cheek, driwlnjlt hick. ThU was with twitching; sensations. wird, tompHcated with rheumitle troubles. Nea-rttrcame on two hr three times a month. Nothing thfd haa- beard of "Holman'i Uver Pad." She took a great deal of medicine.ago we To1 those of ymt who are old enough and free aid her any good. Mm time a llorman Liver Tad for her. The to act toy yourselves, n, titer an mat naa been said, yon" choose to-- treat the subject Indlfer-enll- effect ef thlt tlmnle and convenient remedy preferring to tvrffct rather than yield wit surprising. Two week after wearing It your ptcjhdlre, then let me 'appeal to you. In the neuralgia and rheumatism begin to disappear. At present date of writing the It net the1 name of huminlty, to save your children for 1 hive drank M the verr dregs all that It only' restored to health, but stouter and better meant to see a household blighted with Sick- man tor twenty years. Youn, etc, A. D. Wiuot. ness also, the Joy, peace endhsppines good health bririgt as. tn conclusion, my words to I)t)lsvlU.r, KV., April 9, II79, IMmtH yon are, letrn to be yonr own doctor, fric-tldo- g jVvrW CVia l'enlleroen My Utile under the diploma bf the faculty of bov. Charlie, lred nine vena, hat been sub common sense." for two yesrs past to violent ind protracted ject atltckt 01 manual trouble, and at limes ni ARE STUilORIf TKWQS. condition hat been so critical at to require the FACTS most constaat and careful attention of the most For some three months skillful physicians. The IVoptr; TlnpeTof Tnklnrf Med- - Fast he das been wearing the Holman Liver ictnfi (changing about once a month) with greatly benefit. Unprtcedented 8ucceta of the rJofanan mproved, and Ills general health has his ImI feel confident that Ague and Liver Pad Under the provement must, to some cstent at least, be BUHful Management of Dt A. attributed to the virtues of the Pad. I am LootnTa, M. D. satisfied that your Tad possesses merit. Very T.rerv nerson nun l eonvfellon. who will respectfully, John If. Leathmi. Louisville, KY., May 15, 1879. IMmmm give these remarks a few moments' reflection, Lmtr O. Gentlemen 1 One month ago will be convinced that the time is not lost. 1 1 purchased from roar office a Holman Liver Why Is It that many of at are compelled l ttvrs ., V l... nau v.- -. deny ourselves luxariea, comforts and even I su inn u pall 01 piasters, t I...I unu wiin- )ng wllk eructations, sour siomaca and indinecessities ? that, althonch wa attend to our gestion 1 was at times tn a good deal of disWhv Is it 1 business steadily, our profits or salary grow tress, and could not walk to my factory. ing no less, ana many timet increasing, we applied the Tad to my atomach and the plasI began to ters to my chest, as you directed. make no besdway in life ? Why s it that debts seem to accumulate Improve right away. My stomach got better, arouna us n snipe or smau puis i inai we nna and I must say that at present I am leeling I am satisfied that your pad It hard to pay our rent and other expenses, very comfortable. or that, Owning property that is paying fairly, and plasters possets merit, and am recommending them to my friends. J. Endkks, our Income does not suffice for our wants ? manufacIt is, because we do not look properly Into Firm of J. Enderl & Co., carriageSecond, turers, 6j Jefferson street, near our expenses. , We do not always rcnect when we spend a "!" Lour LouuvitLE, April 9, lJ;o. uomr wnetner we win get an equivalent in O. Gents 1 For the past ten yesrs I retnrn. have been .a great auffarer horn severe head-achproduced from a torpid liver have taken During the past two yesrs science has made remarkable prvgreaa and gained many Im- every kind of medicine I could hear of have portant victories over the wont diseases hu- been treated rttnlctta mnuft mens all to manity It subject to. One of the great, diff- no effect. I did not know what it waa to be My appetite poor 1 lost iculties, however, that new and, important free from headache. remedies have to encounter It prejudice, flesh continuallr. Last August I was induced i 1 .1 !1.l t LI.L .t:. I -- Jl WWIB UlSIUf US IUC VtlBIULMlliOt mt BLICUVU IBM to try one of sMsmm'i Lmr J'aJt; did not n destroying the most useful have much faith in it, but, being a great oft,en succeed! sufferer, I commenced to improve, and have Ul BKUKIDU HfCSU. while, in one respect akeptlciam works continued so ever since; have regained my Put hardships, it is useful in another I it caases flesh, and now I am as well as 1 wish to be. the refection of many proprietary nostrums de Vol can publish this if it will be any benefit to Respectfully yours, void pi virtue, and makes I ha public cling uffcring humanity. E.1I. rAYKE, more tenadouslr to that which ia valuable. Vilh rL, U White 4 Co., US West Main St, Vo virtooqa remedy Reed, therefore, tq despair of popular acceptance, for the barrier Wins) lmr 7W Cut- Louisville, K.Y. which prejudice imposes ia vulnerable, and Gentlemen 1 This la ray hrst testimonial, MnMlinr writ! ,nrlr fir1r thrnaitK wlttfh fan I write to Mr what I think of voar rem and the creat public can be reached the more edies. On the 5th day of last October I pro.. v wo;tny mc ngnr, me more lasting and pronta- cured a special pad, said to be good for chronic ble will be the victory. 1 got it. as a rasa resort, ror neuraldiseases. It is doubtful whether persona feelings can gia of the stomach and face, which troubled be more reidily reached through their parse me for fifteen Tears, more or less. I had than throuch their storusch x the latter is un- - doctored a rrest deal, and spent dollar after doubtcdly the more susceptible in cases of dollar to no purpose. My stomach, was ot of sickness, and It is only this condition that is order, I had no appetite, and wu very mucn now In question. Physic, when taken in un discouraged. Soon after wearing the pad I palatable portions, provokes our naiurea io began to improve, and have continued to gain nausea and excites the wish, and wonder, why until this date, and I must aay that not only disease will not succumb to more agreeable am I a well man, but I feel permanently re treatment. Medical discoveries have con tin- - lieved. I consider the Holman remedies ine reports will show, laboring man's IrienJ. and I cheerfully recom ueil, as the I'ltcnt-oa-c- e for centuries, but it was reserved for the, past mend them in neuralgia and all s fleet ions of lew years io unu aaiiopiu fcuicuj, euctlivc, the stomach. KICiIaednvtall, 319 Ban km. toeedv and; reliable, that bad none of the ac John Youc, engineer at Louisville Sc Nashcompaniments of bad taste and painful appli ville railroad shops, slyer cation, mis last anq most important disYou ask me what I think "GE.tTLEMtxi covery is known as Will ssy they of the Tad and Hi auxiliaries. ItnUIAN'S MetaitHaiU AbMrfiUTe VUI HHU PAPMr liiehl of our complicated mechsmsm we are Irirupirent , would lltfl .a. rVI AND FrVIT M iLnOI Cflu rTras1"ntj,WatValdWiweri llVSaycally 11- 'Inspire us with to great a fesr lest we thould delicti and. Intricate a machine that !, ABSORPTION SALT VOR BATHS. Crr ler of rongritulttlon thtt there Is also a plen-- ' tifol supply of remedies, more or less effec- - skWul'mskieti rrth'WrwkStfectlon lilned by modern telenet Innumerable it are the lilt eial rterll h heir to," It is a mil-- . to the trained eye of the UYIR t. and. Yountr as the discovery Is, it haa already supplanted many remedies long relied on, and is now In the best ran witfl the best remedial agents for diseases arising from disordered stomach, liver, spleen, etc. This Pad is a powerful absorbent, and in all cases eliminates disease very much like a dentist extracts a tooth forthwith, root and branch. About one year ago Tilt KIW YOIK COMFAMr established aa agency in Louisville for the sale of Ilolman'e Pad, taking three elegant rooms on the second floor of the Courier-Journbuilding, alnce which time they have been giving their attention to the tick and curing various diseases by the use oi tne fad alone. As a proof positive of the efficacv of these Pads, we produce a number of testimonials of n persona wno nave used in raa lor the most obstinate and dangerous diseases r or the Amliican Whiti Lead Omen Wouks, 374 Kioiitii Srarr.T, UiuisvitXE, KY., Mavlo, 1879. Main. I), A. ltmU& a., UumilU, AV. Dear Sir r About fifteen months since I' bought one of yonr Liver Pads, suffering under difficulties of the liver, resulting in severe vertigo, so severe thst I have been thrown to the floor. I was also suffering from constipation, and I thought I would test the merit of one of your pads, and I found almost Immediate relief. The constipation is not as folly relieved by the abas I had hoped, but I believe sorbing process the vertigo Is completely cured. To every one who Is suffering the same as I was, I "would recommend the use of the pads. Truly, etc., T, J. McCoy. tocisviUE, r?Y., May 10, 1879. Htlmtn Gentlemen 1 For nearly seven liver I'aJ C: veara I have been afflicted with dumb ague. I have suffered greatly. Often, upon going 16 my place of business, have had to glre up entirely and, have my head bathed from morn Ing until night, this being the only thing that give relief. I have paid physicians and druggists J400 Tor services ind remedies. Upon of friends I was Inthe recommendation duced to try your Justly celebrated remedies. Must acknowledge that I never had anything fof ihe profitable1 kml salisiacforY trans, Wilkrui MrJin'm, Simfff fy Ahtftnm, action of parlfteas, tottadheaith Is Indispcnss-blTie But Uitr, Stem mml tytr and we have therefore no hesitsllon in Dttm in tit H'trU. bringing the subject to which we are about to refer before oar reader, more especially as very many of them arc subject to' extreme til. PACTS FOR THi: I'URUC. The SltmmtA iM mule Influences, and are thereterc par lleilsrly varioaa forms of Iks Marees liable lrrr ttmaa4 ImM IT enoughto even .when not Illness, troublesome T Waw absolutely serious. assltfcycs. Hot climates almost Invariably1 act upon the liflH a 7Arv diiMa. liver, and any Invention of real vilue ror pre! rtmf4flkt wtt m wwsr wJ sl. venting or curing the distressing attment 4wC Httmrt m lmkkf spoken of In general terms as liver eoniplsint, SlrOMArM s4 I tof sn4 m Ihitresgilr lss, certainly possesses a claim upon the' careful StTy Ik ITMSTC Sfmlmtt attention of residents In lnllaind other CounIds 4da ckiMSs et tries in which th residents are subject to esear ciiiui as las . treat heat, and other eliratlie conditions of drfLvilaHilr.talti. n exceptional and trying nature, ftuth an aififr stvtaf d IkaM II Invention Is the "Holman Liver sort illtMSIilt SrVtWiliW Of condensed or epitomised remedy for ueerly iAffW 7V mlfmk all cBsFlf wm a. iww u. m astnsa th UU to wh'ch flesh Is heir. TnaeavMaaot. Ijw sal twnsek hi Like every other startling depart from tit. frrw , 1M tw-M- in tlM mtt accepted appliance and processes, the Holm4 1m. IT It Mnntl. AaVnW. lUrmbiM 1 Us fvtws4 mI eaf s of man Pad haa had aa infinity of prejudice and IT Is rryrscl af Livsn aad Sronscu aiSScsltWs, ike dlstruil to overcome, bit, being baaed upon (Ut vtll 9I fas sound scientific principles, and being 'absoIT ) worn vr It. vdaU, I Iter ftnJ Stowsc. w XT rcMTtt HrpMitr ef ifct Uitr, (it lutely lufallibl um t ia lu operall aa when once feonBAcl. 4 pim Vf (Ivtitf It adopted, k has by degrees tunaoaated the ftrrtttiaf fffmutri k nfttrl tutst,tr f Ink fta.il futn jiuii, obstacles which at first threatened I prove H ' wilH Ntlr' tbt talirt irM ITtonM. U insuperable, aad may now take rank, iwbh the Catd U most IT wrtwtt vHd tlirUriJ mi1 tit ttttj SftMfkMaa. tH prVtU lhlf ftrialf Ut 9Jt-- dies ofMccessul and widler ncocaJied reme the age. Th principle of .Ike, Holty lt hj W4f t dmlsiUfMi. bo tvtry IT w It from lk tBevlftrial fvrticU klootj- - man Tad treatment Is the very tttee, simple 4 and convenient r MdiliuJ. titer Wllj, on of curing disease by abCwiOwV, ikt wttrtr la irTct htftUk, IT It ikt nfwt wTowwtrftil 4lcovtj of iKt alno sorption, without the aid of mfHcmuU. letaih ccatvrr, u4 ftMrka a av ra la Ik ttMry very new descovcry, the full merits, of the diul Kfac Pad did not at first make themselves syfaxenf, IT I a fact, Ucoalcttitalf prot l iaojaJt ,waa HolBEian LtTar cw, U lhtaadfFd willlbl all- iWm U uUi fof It,ftod and In the earlier stag 0ofIta use, itin its emvaBlomaeh li ployed only for the cure malaria fMtl tU car fiaaatit lwrif. livtr rious forma. But as it became more fully Ati , Pt ne.tcl HiadMaMt, CtnaplMntt, laittraitttal T ITtppikU, Aru Caltt. Calif TtYitx Dama Arm, adopted, daily Instances of cure of thr kinds IU1i were reported, and at the present Ftt. Jaaadtct. NtaralcU. KMaty Trbla, of diseases haa been Raaaialitim all kiaJ moment it IrrtviwW Actio of lit Ha-r- l, ascertained at a positive atlca, PU Sid. IUka SicH, IHMldTrt aa1 fact that the Holman PatLnsed intelligently and according klaacrca, BUiMa Cl4, Biloi piartkaa, ate to the simple directions Far anftxv, cavaia ad tfcMvaatv I cai given, will cure nlneteen-twcntictof the ills aa4 UmIi to" tvirr kouMkli. to whlch cither sex Is subjected. DaacHptlr Prl Uat. To those who msv think that absorption ,1s BttuUr fPd-- J l lactpi! dlwasf ef iht Stonuclt a strange way in which to introduce nteJklne CkiH tad Fvr. IC and Wti. arsl Chromic SpiMtal Pad III tltr Utf aad Miataul.. Into the system, we would remark that no way-I- s UtaxWwUri, ef avtry form j aUo Malarta. so agreeable or to effective, and If they Hill s XXX Pad or Spleen Belt-t- Sp4Wa. intfeJetite doubt at to tke efficacy ol this form of appliIJttraad tad Ul tat cation, we would suggest that they apply a cmt tHwiCah, for aad aaanwle piece of wet tobacco to the pit of the stomeaUried aretfa tmj4f ceatipaioa. Pttvrarive aad Cart efCkaUra ach and await results that Is, If they are preIn&bt Pad-$i- .jl latuttina, Uipatkrna, SrarWl Ftvvra Swaar pared to act the nit of martyrs in the cause of Ceetabuais science, Of their subsequent conviction e Bodr Flattere joe, Foot PUatera, patrasc lnisn AbeorptaOG Salt Bet, ijt nivenoiine siigutest doubt, tne boiea, $i . Call apea yoar drnnUt for tkt rtiatdltt, IT a Tad not only supplies the tytlem by absorpkaa aat got Ikta. Mad ftMtolica Order, Rtiawrl tion with the medicinal aid which It rraulrcs. Ltura er eOraft, aad all will be aeal yaw hj meal, eto by the tame principle and at the ime cept ike aalf. wkKk ia aval ky tipntaai ike ekpeaaa bat lime 11 absorb irom tne sytiem au loreign of lk parch aMr. Addreae HOLMAN L1VKR PAD CO,, and hurtful matter in the blood, such as Leant iPe. Rooatt 14. i(y 1 j, CeiincrJeraal BtsitMia bilious, medicinal and other poisons. It is made of a number of harmless vegetable compounds, antidotes to diseases in the huMIND AND MATTER. man system, and contafnsjusl the tonic which We are strange creatures, we men and the system requires. It is claimed for the pad woman of the nineteenth century, surrounded (and a vast, array of letinvoati!, many from by conveniences and comforts undreamed of a persons whose statements arccniirrtvbeyon.1 century ago; using as every day common- - the reach, of question, support the cUlrol were the that It Is a specific for fever i.nd ague, bilious rlice necessaries the things which possessing disorders, liver complaints, intermittent fever, of a generation put, and headaches. J,peitla, jauh.liie, for ordinary purposes msrvelouf scientific periodical app'iinces and developed powers of nature, nrurilglt, and a host of other aUiiieni. Some people may at first, an. not tinnstu which In bygone age would have been deemed nothing less thsn miraculous. Still w are rally, be somewhat akeptlcil when they Kan forever ailing and dissatisfied, mind and the cstensire list of disesses curable.by the matter seldom quiet at once, and frequently Holman Pad, but the iaientor meets such skepticisms, to our thinking, boldly and at war with each other. Although the Inestimable value of good fairly with the assertion that the diseases rehealth is universally recognised, the eitent to ferred to have a comrof.n origin In the disorwhich the mind and body reset upon each dered condition or the liver or the sto'mach, other, influencing for good or for harm, at the and by remedying the source of the mischief, case might be, is pcrhsps less clearly under- the various forms Into which It msr'ilevelop The Tad stood. Yet a moment's thought will convlocc are also cured with equal facility. us of the truth. Everybody must be able to is also stated to be a sure preventive of thai very distressing ailment, beyond all expectations. have benefited me call to mind some instances within the range Happily we at present have no necessity to My trouble was torpid liver and constipated of his personal experience of ttse manner in bowels. For1 twelve years I had taken cathar-tie- s which mental emotion affects bodjfy health, trouble ourselves about our stomach or our every week for constipation. My drug and bodily health or 111 health the condition liver, to thlt we can not speak of the efficacy of the Hoiman Pad from our own personal ex dollars every year. of the mind and spirits. bills were eventv-6v- e Nothing did me any good. Nine months agd An unhealthy condition of body soon pro periencej but having gone cirefully Into the I quit all medicine, and bought a fad and duces a corresponding state 01 mtnd, anil a principle npon which it Is based, and the inauxiliaries. They put more action In my 'whole host of miseries, and, startling as the formation supplied as to what It has done and liver and relieved my bowels; have had no I assertion may at first appear, rrvWr couli be wilt do, we nave no hesitation In asserting trouble with them since, and I have not used I traced to some probably petty ailment of the that in our opinion It promises to Inaugurate a new era In medicine, and one of infinite value lf a grain 01 medicine 01 any sinu. 1 can ray body, 1 he condition or tne liver is alone To colonists, and all who Gentlemen, these are facts, and fident to cive a decided bend ne war or fie and importance. welL are eipmed to exceptional climatic influences, yon may make such use" of tjiem as you see other to a man's mental ami moral condition. 11 1 . i.t..tt-- - ir . .- - r we should say that the Pad will prove lavalu- i. as a kind of resident physician who liable esnenmen!. to trv the effect of 'lnout fee or risk of railure. As use. JaTThe highest compliment ever paid to a course of tanwholesome diet upon the moral although not absolutely Indisnenssbl. ad. manufacturer of medicine has been given to character of a mm. We would wiger thtt as the Holman Liver Pid Corapanybjrther.ro- - "the fiend, dyspepsia" claimed him for its Junctsto the Pad, the companr the. manufac. "" P"n medicinal body and foot plaa-Nimitations of this Pad. own his fsce would get longer and his princi- - " prletors of fifty-eigand absorption salt for use in baths. worthless things are ever counterfeited. pics more auiter in a corresponding ratio. ' Is an acknowledgment of the Some go as far as to locate the seat of life's A specie) value is claimed for the Hotmil This very fact vilue and popularity of the Ilolmsn Liver Pad. I mister passion, love, in the liver a horribly ' Pad upon the ground that it It a remedy fo This Pad was first in the msrkct, it has stood unromantlc, but possibly very scientifically periodical drunkenness, the Inventors assert th test for years, and has the approval of supportable theory, while the Finnish Isn- -' ing, undoubtedly with very good cause, thr 'gusge describes even the suul as a sort of in numberless cases of periodical drunkennef many physicians. stomacn. However, ne mis as 11 may, we ine victim is tiriven 10 11 uy an tnaennabi I must all admit that the stomach, specking physicil craving which ultimately prove Irp THE REASON WHY I nil craving tne ran is asserted Is an all important lactor In work- - ststibie. f;encrally. sum of a min's life. Carlylc de - remove. If such is tne case, and we tee I Pr. FairchlM, of the Holman Liver Pad Co., met on the street one day an adventurer claim! withcrand acorn ecalntt those In whom cause to doubt so reasonable a statement, t who had come out with a great flourish of matter triumphs over mind, and ho live as If 1 lolman Pad Is certainly one of the most 1 trumpets about his new Improved liver pad. ' man were but a patent digester; but none the neficent Inventions of an age in which druo , .; ,.,ij w wununn piu nuwni,v u p.,...., .., ui,t uys tne uociort "I notice tnat you arc and the healthy condition of the digestive or most fertile source of the lamentable prop it with a new pad." Hon of misery which Is to be found In all I gans it not a matter to be treated lightly. yes." " Well, ,.n . It is not too much to ssv that an iil - condl - ' creat citle of the world. it,, .n.ntv.. ik.i nromni to do this. Ia it that you really believe tloned liver Is the cause of widespread misery, you The Holman Liver Pad was discovered I you have a better article, a better discovery and, as we have already asserted, not unfre- 'quenlly of crime. Derangement of thla organ offered to suffering humanity eight year 1 than the Holman Pad " "Oh, not I don't know much about mine ' acts directly and violently upon the temper, jj jj All retail druggists; dealers in j at yet-- The truth Is doctor, that I am put of and instances have been known in vihleh murM v" - "" " business hard up and the world owes me a u M" erai rocrcnanaisc, naruwarc,. posimair ,.. 1....1 l IV IIVIDE I auu I sec UIC uusiusm is suite,, due, originally, to the disordered condition of lmaicss. or any other person who wishes to and I thought I might as well mike some the liver, which has acted on the brain and t C,.M' these goods at vlultuU for the pur' produced a momentary condition of Insanity. 0f retailing tbem, will please write u money out of pads as other folks." m..u He went Into bankruptcy inside of ninety ,u uy,civ (...... terms, etc Aourcss mina IS one oi loose iniags aooui wnicu days. IIOLMA..V LIVKIC PAD Coj The csuntry at this time Is flooded with science has yet much to learn, but the Import Courier-Journa- l Building, Louisville base counterfeits and Imitations of the Hol- ance of preserving the health of th body Is man Tad. and all of them prompted through Immensely Increased by this secondary con preserve this supplement,' tuiirllease malice or avarice. The public very wisely sideration. and happily give them but meagre patronage. I Good health, properly understood, become! will not appear again, v rj. rd,a ti ... lvr M !.... aW'ble 7," f'. i, "'" 'tlclivtthe'next'oratloiTTanii Nellie ,. Marshall air. McAfee.'lhe'riocra. tYr"ltirooEi,-ofran,- " ami Ohio n connection villi the Western Ky., who hat been on a visit of several srteni of railroads, ami male It one of weeks to tier parents at this place, lift for great thoroughfare of the country. home Wcdnctular mornlni;. ncuySfirt. rami t'asr.Y t mci'iT counT. , Ktmi.OTH jtEirjTLFi-- - --I. " lMt tni vJm!!!I!LJL.nj . aran. unl r. tkt mtutt at Imtl Aur jnien, I tin it Itiltltt tinthet $H interior journal. ao?viTaronx), icy. Friday Morning, Jane 87, 1870. ngton, i.oatt. Th Stale meeting of Ih Chrla'.lan (.'nrw Jaelaim'a best aweet tint Inlurro. HcAnrti to DrATit. The, other Jar aa Churrd nf Kenlncky, will b held In IsliTAKrrniir IWrl'tlrn In MdMtta some workmen were tearing the roloreil ngton, romnienclng Angnsl !7ld. A Slgt. llapllal Cliiirrh ilown, the alilea ear war Dr. Japsley, of Ih t'resbylerlan Church, IVm! I hi Oil fur Helper anil Mowers ami llie Iniililing fell with a lerrlhle crash; has Just rlosed a series of meetings at t Mcltnlwrla A HURgV .No lioilr linrt but one of llie workmen. which resulted In 20 additions. In llie Ililnka it la CurArrnT ami bet Toilet floi Jul at liad lo lie scared tn lit. Iter. Thomas V. Dudley das lsen . marei,ai .Mciuiriae niags-adeath aa lo be maaheil to dealh. elected Chaplain of tde Ixiutarlll legion, J. II.AH.II. Hiiankh lint received Dim, Pur akd Dcttv. There hat and now be la nearly as big a man as obi elenIil lot of LloUilng nl lulu. a dnller, drier, dualler needier. I'jlYitrlAita 'rrcrltlone areiirateir "hardly rer" week In Plsnfonl, than the present. Th compounded ! Cbenatill A I'ennj a. Th clergy, ll It said, roslt the country (to to K. Hamtrnan's iiew Plin fura-Ir- k farmers are bny wild llielr harre1, and $20,000,000 a yean lawyers, $80,000,000, Oarraao CorxTY 8mric Fair Will Cincinnati Iletr. Free I.nnrli at all Iiat not bean to town, Ida rain, which It criminals $100,000,000, and strong drink be held near '.ancaatrr, Ky, Thnrsilay and boiir. badly needed, das refused to fall, and the from $300,000,000 to $(100,000,000. F.t, Friday, July 21th and 2lh. 1879. IJIier. LABOR stork nf Moldlnga ami Wrtiir dnat It matter of the allnallon, Dr. J. fl. Hays, of Danrllte, will preach al premlnm Hat I For programmes and Frame at llotlnni I'rlre at Chcnaull A other Information, address J. II. Bruce, HriAKIKO.-il- on. Jamei K. Canlrlll, forth I'retbytrlan Church on the 2nd and I'ennj's. till Sunday of each month, Dr. Archi rrciienl, lencsster, Ky, or W. A. Burn Mcltm-riA Frana'a (Ms Water la Democrallc ramlldtl for Uriilenant (lor- - bald being unable to continue his appoint' side, Secretary, Hyallarllle, Ky, fUfoml with pure mil jnitn, nrvl ran not ernor, will speak at Iranrille, on Ih night heetrelle.1. Wucciinrrrn Court, June 23rd. The of July Pth; Ijinraalrr, at 1 o'clock, on menlt longer. Tli Committee composed of J. Moran, stock market wat dull. From 700 to 800 A rrr arronnta left, ami will I war. Ih 10th, ami In Stanford Ih earn night. Chairman, and W. M, and II. head of cattle on sale. Prices from 3 lo on If not settled Immediate!. ranted W. He will go from her to Hnmeraet, speak II. Anderson. Ihere on th night of Id 11th; Montlrello Ifocler, acknowleilge, with thanks, In tw.lh 3Jc the highest. A good many plug horIjnl Oil. (Viator Oil anJ CloMen at I o clock on tde I2ld; Jamestown sent white ami colore!, the receipt of 5fl0 lo aid ses; prices from $10 lo $G0, and a good I'ltnri Machinery Oil for Itraiwrs, Ac, at bottom door on Ida Hlb, and at I.IWrtr earn Ihem In rebuilding the roloreil Ilapllat many sales. Three hundred to four hun I rift, ai menanil rt rennj's. (riurcli. hour on the ISlh. dred sheep, monntaln, prices from $1.25 to Praia Water ItaTored llh Ilia lineal St Her. Dr. II. A. M. Henderson has bought JI.O0. I A S. II. K. A freight train now learea mt! ami a pnl,l aa ureenlsrHl uj mnun IifltviLI.r,-Cat- tle remain low and lilna,3 rente a glass Chrnaiill A I'ennj'a llie Junction her at 6.3.'i a. m, reaching a Winter residence In Florida, and lieen elected President of the Kentucky Wes- - are quoted ta follows: Oood shippers, $4 Aa till la llie scan fur painting your Crab Orchard at 0.2J; llrtNlhea.l al 7:17; boil", 71MI ran II ml a romjilele eloelc of Ml. Vernon, 8.10; line Hill, K.15; Mrlng. leyan College at Millershiirg. Who to $1.37; beat butchers', $3.75 lo$l.2o; me- hi smi colors at uienvill .; I'en-nrItelurnlng, learea Ueingalon wouldn't rather be be than Suiierinlrnd. dlnm In good, $.1.23 to $3.o0; thin lo com slon, 9-mon, $l.,.i toj.1. Itesl bogs sell readily all..tOA. M Tin Hill at 12:10 r.M Ml. ent nf Public In.lrurllon' J. II. A H. II. SiuxKasre Just receiving Vemon, 1KW; llrodhead, 1 AS; Crab OrchThe wple of Paint I.lck, (larrard at $4; fair tn good, $3M lo $3.73; comn ami eiprnlng a lut of Ijille' ami Wioc, made bjr Ibe Zeleler Urn, of ard, S.4, arrirlng at Ih Junction al 3.1 V county, hare agrrol lo raise a sum enfll-de- mon, $175 to $3. Sheen and limb are lo build a handsome Seminary, ami dull; ritra sheep, 3 to 3; common, 2 to I'aaaengera are rarrleil on llite mint, and Ilcsl gniali made. I'hllxlilphla. Illon ol Principal, to 2. Lamlai are falling, and best only I dot at Chiirvlior between there Ihry will find Ih change a great ronrcnl- - hare tendered the Her. J. Ixilen Ilarnea, of title place, who bring 4) lo 4; common 3 loo rents. ami inr dome, Wednesday night, a amall ence. e cimi-factlnld Watch. The fimler will he Cl.A! l'r. Th Trtialee hare ordered baa signified his intention to accept. Jon. itallon. rearanlnl amUthanked. The Kentucky Sunday School Conten the Marshal to lniert thepremlsea of each t.ixcor.x cov.yrr. person tn town and cans all filth and tion of the Chtalian Church now In aesalon College formed on occasion long to be reItittltnrlllr. IT.HHOXAU disease-breedinmailer lo b rrmorrd at Danrllle, It largely attended. A grand membered. The songs of wetcsme and Tin dryness continue. Miaa Vtaer Loosa UK fee Loalarlll Maalar, forthwith, th penally of a Mlure to oUy chlldren'a matt meeting will be held al farewell were not performed by the stentoThe Cotoii. Dirt rotor will lie th fa- - rian rolcea quite after the atyle of a Brig-noi- l, Ma. t. II. rutin, el Ubie, waa Ik lava lata In a reaaonable lime, being a fin and after llie of $10 Ih Pali Dronndt ,k. rorltc tint tor wearing apparel until we session lonlglit, the meeting will dose. but were, nertrtheleaa, lung. The Umlrtiaaiat Ixwia Kat retarne4 fret Paw. amlroala nfremoral by Ih lown. The order will be enforced lo Ih letter. Ila( Orera. rider W. T. Tibba, of Ml. Sterling, la succeed in gelling a first class ntn. Clasi Orator and Historian acquitted nothing lie left undone lo prerrnt cholera laboring earnestly at lb Chrlstaln Church A SrBSTlTCTt J. Knot r aaita.l'.) , reuse atlerner eOlon. Water hating become Ihemselres finely, and the Poet read wllh and dieeaae. of a Ilk nature from taking a and hit sermons ar highly spoken of. Ser scarce, we are Importing beer laid by dignity and expression. I teeth, sa bet Ibis werl. The Orumbler'a sla.Ouaaa McAuaria,I'flrftten lallefe. hold. which are well attended, are held tome lo be a pretty good substitute. rices, production waa highly creditable for Ita laipearalaf bttvaralloa hare. morning and night, and much interest is dry humor and eloquent sarcasm, which Mont ItiriiMoxm. There are reports SnocK-lxThe grain harrcet It Mas. W. II. Aapiaaoa's lata bar Uea aamej last waa quite a la Mark Twain. The that either Judge J. A. Lrlle, Col. J. W. manifested, but there hare been no addi CuilaLjIlaaiHl Aaals l"srls. In a ahoca-Incondition. Farmen tions yet. Mlaaaa.WalTtaW.Oiril-tTisnW.C. Biases, Weatherford or Jamea Drje, Kaa.. will he dated orer Ihe chancier of Ihe crop. Mead- Prophet and Ity Orator were noret and In litt way. But the en put forward dy the HeptiMlrtna for th r Owtra Cwlet, ara at kaawe. ow grata this year ta like potatoes cured brilliant, each MARRtAarji. Ho far at the report relates to joyment came when Ihe Oiflortan per' ViaalaiaLr:aT,al OarrarJ, aaa IK (mmI In the ground. TNIaa Ulll McCl.tr lala atci. formed lilt duties. Strange to aay,the pure Judg I.yllr, he Informs us. It It untne, aa Diiiion Wkaver. Yesterday, al Mr. The Corn Crop Hat been greatly lien, ly Innocent fun of thla gentleman, who bad Ma. Vf. P. HllRaalllorealariMaaatbool d bat mad arrangement! logo lo Kansas, Albert BulnerV, In this rounly, Mr. Henry la la Maafa Braatk plrtrkl aa Ike III al Jul J, edited by the timely rains early In the been urged by "the boya" lo "lake Ihem but as to Id other two, we ran not speak Diahon and Miaa Ellta Wearer, a sweet MIaO.aa YTIUK, at Ialilllle, a ao4t tt ao Imallirely. Oil! parly would do well, etiteen.year-olde- r, promising, ofl," hat been censured by some rather te were united In matri- month, am! la exceedingly Imala tMalf, I, a fanlaTMra. T.1 lUckntrr, on fresh land. The late planting rere critics. None who know him could dowerer, to prepare for any" emergency. mony. Taaararafikalatfl MlwaalllaVTiakirack.ar requlird lo secure a stand will lay na lia- suspect him of coarseness or unklndnea. .wither UoMiilt nor a Republican should X.On Ihe3nl of June, raaMtaal, vaa akart 1I rsrva4lalr aaeal I Iw rmlllel In represent tis In tde neit last year, John Meter, aged SO, of Mercer ble, In Ihe errnl nf an early frost; but In and certainly the parties most concerned kr aaaaaraaa IrleaJa. other respects we are hopeful. hare not misunderstood him. F.leen speech ;Mlta AaalB McAuatfa, a airlara U lHlJln( legislature. county, obtained a license lo marry Miss" kmllliaaa, kaa rriaraaj rrom lleor(Hawa I'rwala The Same HrRE. Socially we are dull es filled Ihe Commencement programme, nrnrn Timkm. Thoae wdo, a few arris Keliecca Colston, aged M. Before the hap(Vllrta Irf k riratlaa. py day arrircd, howerer, a loters quarrel No College Commencements no public and floral ornaments of all kinds were car MiuaiMaatiaaDMAftr HiaaKTr. a pair ot aro wer complaining of llie dry weather ried up till Ihe stage waa a bed of flower. LuaiitlUakeaallf. wkakaaa kn laealacTMra. and threatened short rroi, ran no longer prerenleil a aolemnliallon of ihelr nnpltata, lectures no masquerade balls no prome no hop IVatitlcl apaaUlec, kafafoaaU (laurfleaa. growl. Sorb a wheat crop la rarely galh. ami Ihe young hearts seemed destined to nade concerts (except clandee A handsome parly at Col. D. W. Jones' Maa.ru.ar mala aid Mm Kara Blah kn cred aa h e one just nil. The corn la flour. remain separated, but true lore nerrr lineiyt no weuillngs no elopements no conrlndeil the week's fesllrllles. aariklarlratlallUMra.ll II. Hall, af Kiwi. Ihlng, ami llie grass looks well. Oood dies, if Us roiirre It Inrtnrous and nneren. lieer gardens no k no hand or Mason Dcnn. On Wednesday allU, Taaa. Tkaf wral tf lfateaaTrjaaf. price are obtained fur all lint the farmer So John sought his Hchecca, erery thing gan 11 But we are somewhat rrlicred by at 8 o'clock, a number of friends and Miaaaa Tomhib aib llaitatpa (Iikadii, a( hat fur sale. IVtler liuiea are upon na. waa forgirrn ami forgotten, and lids week, an occasional apparition of Ihe eloquent relutitea from near and far, assembled al Mwlbyillbsa palraTpcellr !4aaJes arrlle4 aaj ar Ike lanla ef Ml Blll MdUb. We ran all aflurd lo If literal. The nicr. at Preicberarille, Ibis mnntr. ther were sewing machine man the rorrusrallng ren- the residence of Mrs. Margaret Dunn, to eita. der of lightning rods Ihe nhlqiiitouadrii in- - witness the marriage of tier only daughter, chants, Haydrn llros, authorlie lit lo say made one flesh. MlaNKa Mattik AMD Brrrla Paitok, haataalka mer, and thai cheerful cosmopolite, the Mis IEose O. Dunn, In Mr. Wm. B. Ma-iolo the farmers, Iradrrs, mechanics, ami alt aad IlattU Iafaa aaj Jeaale KWIiarJa atlamlM imiryv. ramp! The bride haa spent nearly all of the Ika Maana.thiaa awptlala at tanraMer Wednmlaf others, lhal they will aril Idem any thing In Ihcir store rlieapcr than at any time Personal and Omrnwisr, la it true eighteen yean of her young life, in this alki. Domh. Mrs. Almeda J. Ifcdda, wife of UaoauK C Brova, ra4 aT Kiaaerart, raaJIJata heretofore. Isnm DodJ, of this place, died on Satur tint two young men from the West End community, and haa not only deserted the t iVxaawaaeallk'a Alia, Mj la tkla dUltlit. Mat. InniCTr.li. A male rllltrn day last, 21st, In Ihe 3lt year of her age, recently "bulled" the cattle market In your palm for personal beauty of a high onler, Ilvaj 7aaltt4ar atralaf, anJUaua. aTlke of McKinuey rilalion, and an equally after an Illness of about two months, tear- place by throwing a yearling calf Into a but bat won all beartt by her amiable disera llauaa. Ihe charge glren position and modest, girlish demeanor on barn loflT female rlllien of this place, ll ing fit children, Mi limn Baoaarsa, Ike l.xla.lltif Danrfll Adrocate. lo "Joshua'' on that orcaalon was sublime- erery occasion. Her mental attainments Uiaflka Aaablaal herrrlatr it Klale, aka kat la alleged, went lo Casey county, some SotrriirBLASD. Die,!, of complicated kmi alalllaf Un. IUU. MeAllilrr, fen a IIUk lime sro, ami slopped at a prlral rrsl Asthma, near lice Lick, this county, Mrs. ly solemn (dde Oeo. Bobbiit). T. K. Wal- are also worthy of note, and last week bekwaj aa Maajar. ton, Jr, ami wife gate ut a flying call last held her on tbe Commencement stage winilence. On the assurance that ther were Mary A. Snulhrrland, aged 31. Iie was a Maa. MaOtiliaArMaiaa, Ik kaa.lMMa alJaw week while taking In Ihe scenery of Ihe W. ning laurels. Mr. Mason Is the son of our f w allar (1. PaaaJan, kaa rHaranl Iruaa Kaaau man ami wile they wer glren the same derated member of the Christian Church, Ill7,j. Mr. J.ka pallarJ, aka M Imnl room, and Ihey orcnpleil It logrlher all and died In llie glorious triumphs of a tir K, and looking after Ihe interests of The Representative, and occupies a position Joi'RXAL. Among the commer- of trust ai Deputy Clerk of the Circuit WtI,Taiaallkkrr. night. Subsequently the gentleman, who ing faith In Chri-- t. KIder Martin Owens Interior Miaa Kama Bidmiii, a ka kaa ll.llla( Ik dad been laiimm-on. learned the true preached her funeral, which was largely cial risitors, we note A. C. Martin, Cincin- Court. He possesses a handaome physique raaillrafMr. II. T. Kuak, fen IkU arak lor bet stale of affairs, and during the recent Oir attended, for she waa a farurite with all nati; I,. O. Kdclin, Boston; Frank Poteet, and Isdeaerredly Kpular whererer known. keia la tlaf k rawalr. anJ an aJailrrt, at leaat, Cincinnati; It, Jones, lultille; Capt. The course of true lore ha long run so cuit Court kid both of them indicted for who knew her. Itrjara la he cikrtt4. smoothly with this pair, that congratulaHoward and J. T. Wilhite, Cincinnati. Truly the way oflhe Irans. I'air. M. I Llraroaa aaJlaaiH fcate gonala fornication. when Ihey k rlaainr. gresaor ia hard. l. Klaf Wllllaat t'..ll., Va, la I.AXII, STOCK AXIt CHOI'. Incidents are few. The tions were genuine, made one In beautiful and Impresslre TkarralLalllUaMallkflaralljal IkaDoalk. principal etenl of Ihe near future, aa Indi- were Coxxtov Piraa Cocht. Our Common Adam W. Carpenter sold lodeorge W. Kaalurkr 0lfeal ll.klnarlllnilanalua. cated on the cards, la a grand marriage language by the Iter. J, C. Randolph. Pleas Court will commence neit Monday Alfurd, 140 laml, at A cents. K.& WAaaaa, j,baaja.trelnnieil Irora ru. about to lie consummated. We are not They atuod within a floral arch In an week, and Ihe great Phillips Will rae wilt Iakl anJ Warue, aa4 la aaurk pleaaM wllk Ika (lowers and erergreen New wheat It selling at $1.20 to $1.30 able to state the precise lime, but this will apartment where oulkwk. II la rrry aaaulna Ikat k will I Ik be tried during the term. Of course emblema of constancy,, made the air fraper bushel in Augusta, (la , and ta In brisk not aril Cabmonwrallk'a Altorar af Ikla dlalrlrt. matlrr,at It It understood to be a Cash large crowd will attend lb Court and lace draperies, a liorae-ehoBar. aan Mat. 1. 8. Sit, alik ikalr pretlr anJ many of them will want lo buy goods demand. transaction...A young man named Atkins, grant; where allrarlltallalr, Miaa Julia torrl, Irlt lur aara while Francis Felon, Sr., bought on Saturday, engaged at a shingle machine near Kings and monogram, rarled the ornamentation Ihey are here. At llie Summer Is katj. KraaTarway. Mr. Vlaia will relurala from Mr. Tipton, of Madison, 110 sheep, at Mountain Tunnel, had one of hit hinda with happy effect. The dark ollre comlaadaya; Mra. Rlaia sat till Ker'naUr III, a4 now upon ut In all lis hot fury, and a gen plexion of the beautiful bride, with ila sawn ofl last week. At last accounts (Mor Miaa Jalla will prertablf not kul w iar Ik eroua darresl will bar soon be garnered, $2.10 per head. bright carnations of lip and cheek, wat arklag kaarla f Seteral Clark lumen hue engaged day) he was threatened wllh Inflammation Ihe farmer ran aflurd lo lie generous lo hit lorely In lit setting of soft white ruchlnga, Ma. JaaiaP. (Iiat, wka bu 1114 Ik effltaet family, to such an eitent aa to render amputation and such will 1st certain lo rlail their wheat al serrnty and eerenty-fir- e flowers and pcatls, while the airy fold of lafefraak aaratr au laag aa4 writ al Ika Jaac Ihe probable remedy... Bennett Cloyd, Jr, Harden Bros, and purchase fur wife, eons cents per bushel. Ilea kera, kaa lake tk pdalllaartrar an elegant embroidered muslin lent to the mule on Tuesday, had llf apal Ikr Ik Obla A Mla.ta.lrpl 1L B. Ha and daughters, something from Ike tut Samuel F. Cowan, of this county, real. riding aprecipitating htm orer litthe animal alight figure all the charms of innocence head. He will ealaraabla new dullea July lit, (Kir Wat store house. tied this season $J00 from the sale of the to fall, After reccirlng prolonged wl.keaaltaa4 klu. suffered some terere contusions, but no and youth good withes, and unirersal kisses, the Not Deaiv Some week's since we pub- wool and lamba of 19 ewes. TuKatraacajaaaa wkobartlavorad aa alaiaaur fracturrt or dilocationt...Soc. Owens, who Ic Loultrllle mules from 14 to 10 hands has been home a few days, hat returned to handwme pair, with the wedding guests, 1at report ar llaaley btagWIoe, JttJg M ll.Oa. lished a report of Ihe dealh, in Magoffin I;, K I'. Daaa, Uaraaltr; W. 1. llatmlrr, county, of T. U Dads, a nomadic shoe high sell all the way from $o0 to $100. Ki- the Falls of the Cumberland. He reporta lepatred at once to Judge Owsley'a lotely DalafallUej 1. M. Carlar, Jr, 8. II. lltlui. V. V. maker of this place. Some doubta arising ln brary mule, $120 lo $145. and partook of the delicious an increased number of guetta all things country home, Bailey, NcKlaary cttallM, J M. Cattar, St.. Mil to the truth of the reort, and the hospitality BciU A. M. Feland Is still staodim; going pleasantly, and Sid Myers Improrlng tlanda worthy Mtaallle; H. II. kaley, Nyaarllle, tad II. f lr at that it wat a I rick of Darit' lo get hit bull, 4lh Duke of Oxford, al $3, and in flesh. of Ihe hostess. The new and commodious IValk, raubuab, Kr , Eldar Jaa. IUIWki, J M.lleid, JaJia J. M. rblllp. Urari Vaagbaa, Mra I aaal rid of bit family and hit debts, Mr. Pe- all that erer bred to hlni are ablejo fur aparlmentt recently added to the house, A.HIIUU. T. MIIII, O. W. Ilealry, Mta. II. ter Hampton wrote lo tbe P.M. at Salyera-rtll- their made tbe entertainment doubly comfortaHARHARn corxri: tain Ilrla, a. a, Tburaiead, V. T btooe, ataabrd, J. making Inquiry Into llie mailer. In ble. On Thursday morning the parly, Motile McCarthy won the "Oarden City II. McAllattr, Nlaa Naoail IVwper, IWuaall II. iiirnrr. with Mr. and Mn. John S.Gill, look the Ilayd, Uutaatllle; Mta. U I). Mutphy,Ta)kra-titl- e. reply, Ihe P. M. said that no man of lhal Cup" In a dash of 2 miles, at Chicago. W K. Jeaoin(a, lUaJ.IJr, Land Sale. (1. W. Dunlap.Jr, pur- train for Loaittille. Among lie numer a., name bad died there, nor wat there a man Ttiu; The Californtant sroopnl In $.10,000. The Mta. Jacob Vack, MauttU, Taiaa, aad Mra. It. E. there known by that name. chased on Court day 90 acres of ibeTurpIn ous and elegant lilter wedding gifti, do Mra. Darts time wat 4 02. Hire, Dentin, by '8iulre J. S. Matpbyi Ilea lilt. land at $A.G0 per acre. lias not Misted the sloiy from tbe Ural, mestic arliclea and caah donations, were a eas W. a IlUkarda, J, M. Luna, Miaa Bella Joara, John Willis, of Madison, sold to Jamea Ml. Baleaij Miaa Lucy 1. Myera, Paatlllri Wu. and does not seem to care much whether PosTPONrD. The supper appointed by notably handsome alter water aerrlce front Aleiander, of Bourbon county, 400 lambs nyd,IA L. Ilalaiea, T. ft'. Bay, MlddfebutK CoL It Is so or not. Col. Faulkner, and two diamond rings al 4 centt per pound, with 23 cenlt premi- Ihe Christian Church for the till of July from olher friend. MtUratb, Ubertyi Iter. J, C H.Adaaia.Jabal'. haa been wslponed till llie 21th during Tub I!it Town.-Th- ere ia not a town um on Ihe bead. retrain). Ml. Vetaaai Prot, M. U LIparaoik, King stock Fair. William C..II , Va.; W. A. Collier, Laulatlllei T. in the lluitlt of Ih Stat that poem-seea i". twflKV co Weareo & Eraoa are paying 73 centt for our M.Arowld.JoboU.UlU, Mta. 1. Jeaalrga, Ian. more quirt, moral and sober aet of young Mrs. Mtry IX Ilurnaai AaatONMENT. good new wheat. They purchased Stere raalar) Alet Luak, Oum Sulf bur. .rt'iMIcbiirir. men, nor a more hospitable and kindly II. Pennington's crop ol the Fulli rartely haa assigned for Ihe benefit of ber crediNrw Citt'RCH. The Melhodlit society dlKed population than doet our own. Ihta week, at that price. tor. Liabilities, $2,540; aasela sufficient lo hare begun building a house of worship at t.OC.H. XATTEHS. The spectacle of a natlr drunken man on iy Ihe amount in full. Ibit place. A company of thirty clttiena of Boyle A ar0!rHANU Champion Mower fur Ihe slrrels, tt nerrr seen, and our Marshal, Ihe Fair Ground for The Stalwart Held a secret meetIt. W. Lillarp. The Kent in ky Viaita-nuwho ta not afraid to do hia duly under any haa purchaaed 115. WeartnA Etina. and will Improre the ground and appears wllh the scholarly Lllltrd at ing laat night In thlt place, for Ihe putwe ami alt clrrumstancea, has taught offend Km'ir C'aki Ami JahsIii rndlrMrarlely buildings fur Fair purpose. the masthead. Many bands and heads of organising, we suppose. ers audi a sum maty lesaun that his occu al Ilia P. O. Store. 1 .11 on Al. Warren -- pation, Garrard counly, profiling by the eiiieri- - wake light work so eurccM lo Ihe Joint like Othello V, U nrarly gone, while MlPULEBUHa Ia a pleasant little till'tie keepa crtrjr thing In lila Una at the Ihe Police Judge can't earn age, situated hit tall. Stan- enre of Lincoln, purchased 82 acres of enterprise. from McKin- loaeat prlcea. ford Ia emphatically for law and order, and John Merahon a laud, on Monday, at $31 ltruotoua,-Ne- it Sunday night the Iter. ney'a Station ami Liberty, Ky. II haa a Not True. Mra. Totu Cain pnited lliat her Martha! It lb rery man lo enforce It. per acre, am! will erect a at Mr. Sldahmanlan, an Armenian, who wish- population of about one hundred, ice. ah had not eloped wllh Uaker Walla, aa Law breakers of any data would do well es to go on a riait lo Conalinlinople, will ThVINO to ltkOKaAKUE. The member McglbWn-Bedford The noted auil was reporled, by railing at the jail lo nee tier lo cut this mil and past it In llielr halt. preach at lb Chrlallau Church. Elder W. o( Ih Mlddleburg I.O. (1. T. arc making decided at Veraaillea on Wednesday. The hiitbaml on Halunlar last, . Maximo it too Hot von Him. Wood PlalnllfTgcIt $10,000 damages, with Inter- A, Gibson It atslgntd an Important place an effort to reorgault. It I Ihe hope of Common l'LiuaCounT will rommrnr Utile, a fuglllrc from Justice, pataed here est till paid, anlretalus the ownership of on the programme of Ihe Slate S. H. Con all that they will aiiccred Ihla lime. tention Ihit week. In July. During the Tuesday morning, hid In a baggage on Ih 1st Morula car, the bull, 'Duke of Woodland.1 TilE Crow. We are baring eiceedlng. term, Ih iiolnl l'hllll Will rafniii nd afterwards wrote lo Ih Jailer that If Dllti On Saturday morning, Slat Inat, ly dry weather. Gardens ar almost a total V, AllVd bought of KIder J. George be) Irlnl again. Marlon county, will be would not make an further attempts Ballon, Ida lot of lambs, areraglng VI at Ihe residence of Mr. II. O. Jennings, failure, Corn Is growing slowly. Wheat lit. DuilJilNCia. Mr. II. YanAradala'a Iwo-elo- lo arrest blui be would surrender btmsell U.S. Wither' lot arrraglng 891 lb, an J Sirs. Fannie K. Talley, of rapid coniuuip-tloI belter Iban It waa last year. Faruiera Three months ago your paperchion. are all complaining. Itick, Mr. J. N. IaU luiulnonie on Ih Mlh, and aunV Ida punishment. Dr. T. II. Montgomery's lot areiaglug C8 fraiua bulMIng, and Mra, Mary Malheny'a But Ih Jailer ilora not propose lo lak lb., al 4 1 mils. One lamb in Ihe lot of Icled Ihe marriage of Ibis lotcly young We Mr. Ballou, weighM 130 lbs. I'lKaoNAL, er itttMr sur- girl, daughter of Ihe 1st Samuel Luak, lo prettr rollage are rapidly appnaelilng rum, lhal kind of lady, and baa renewed bit riieJ last week ljr a riait fruui Mr. T It, On Saturday list Brown Ilro's. A Co.. Mr. OWeon L. Talley, ofTeiaa. energies to bring him lo tluie,aud uow crery Fair and pletlon. bought Ihe following lota of bogai Froui Walton, Jr., of the IMTritlUH Joi'UKAl, II arrltal. A. U. Nail, m hog, areraitnz 173 1., at bright dawned ber wedding day, and bid lliu I.ANU Halb. Tha Knoch llurdell lurt of th train It searched on (lla.1 lo see Sheriff Baiighman haa made several noc $.1 r cwl. From Jamea (ltlgsby,43 hog, ding adieu to bclotrd friends here, ah aecouijianiej If Ms wife, laml of Iwelr lhouaiul arrealrlng In llile turnal raids on bis bouse, and It determin arcraglng 103 1U., at $3 per cwl. From turned her far towards th sunny land of tliera hoi llier 11 roue again. and Caaey rounly, will b eold at Llbeily, ed that be ahall not remain in tula locality J. P. Brueh,48 hogs, (ranging 2u0 11., at the South, filled with happlnes and boie. Tub MiDULui'iui 8r.MinAur Cum- on tbi!2iid of July. readrertlenieiit In Nelson ltecord. r cwl. In LATku. Yesterday afternoon, $3.20 began Ha uitncej a rear ago, I unGnlahetl, am In Soon the intldloua canker-woranother col ii uin. II. W Farria' Burkner won Ih Illinois fatal work, flattering aa it destroyed, till consequenc of llie scire! If ol moutf, It I on th arriral of the train, Smith MerDrrbr at TIK Hon Law, Mamlial Merahon la ahon, Town Marshal, stepped aboard and Murphy. Chicaeo. Moudar. beatlnz lord- all wer shocked when tbe end cam. likcW to teuuln ao fur auina time. Titer Ih winner of Ih Kentucky Derenforcing the bog law with a reiiKeanre, th first man he saw was Wood Little, wild by. and (ioodnlghl. another lloe racer. Th Longing to see once more her uallt hill, will be a public meeting held at the bull.l. and ownrra of jwlne, who liar been arcua-lome- d a mammoth alx ahooler In lilt band, lit distance wat 11 lullce, and th time, 2.431, the bore up wllh wondrous strength till Ins ucil Haturdajr afternoon, tha object of to raising Ihrtn al llie tipeiuw of grabbed at th pistol and raised bla billy Buckncr winning etui W,b00 fur bla new again surrounded by slaters and brothers, wlilcli, ta to raise fuiul for Ita eoniiiletion. other people, ar routing lo their arnnes. to strike, when Wood aquealnl out, "I owner. Hilly Lakrlaml, who purchased all of whom lorrd ber with an eiceedlng Oil, Wolfurd, of Ubertr. Kr, auJ lrof, before Ih rare for $2,300, citing Tueatlay night Ih pound conlaliird tfteen surrender " He It uow In Jail and will blui Jusi lb former owner, Scott Falls, half lb great atlrclluu wou by her endearing quail T M. Xliiurntni, lal til K.iuitfnu.1. Kv . tqueajera. Ilea. On Ida 13tu of th month aba lafl; will aJJrea lb wetilnf, not b allowed lb frtejou vf lb offic. Uo. wlnuiagtfor lb wtek. sorter. Belli Carpenter's other 70005 people, enjojed a pleasant pound pari at the (Virprntyr linns lot Friday night. . Two Daily Thaihu. Th LoillaTille Hoard of Trails haa petitioned th offi. rem of I he I, A N. It. It. to put two paa. senger tralnion this branch, ami there la a bright prospect of Hi Wing ilnne. Wnnpl. arliolsfa,snil numerous Pockd Party -- Ml. nnr.iatnrn. No preaching at the Methodist Chnrch netl Sunday. lief, J. U Barnes will preach at (he Pre. dyterlan Chnrch neil Sunday at II o'clock. Miaa Marie hating reentered, Mr. rUrnet la holding a meeting In Isli- j ln Frank Harris bonght of R. II. P.angh-maMl lambs, of J. A, and fl. T Hanla, ISO, and lot of Will If, Hays, at $i.li per hundred for all arrraglng CO lb, and upward, in be drllrered July lt, and $4 perewt. for thnaedellrercd August 1st. K, II. Ilurnaide, of Ihe Styera House, haa an Alderner row that girea nrrrnlne gallons of milk a day. Tuesday, ah gar nine gallons and a pint, which, upon being churned, yielded tn a fraction of Hire pnnmta of butler. He It away a bead so tar. Id mm crop of Christian rtrelr erer looked an promising at tdla Urn of tde year. It Is rery forward, bat eicellent color, ami, luting len unusually well worked! la rree from grass. If the seaaona are farrrable neat month the yield will b New Era. Immense. on lh l.tlh she returned. Then the bleak wlndtof Winter nwept oyer Ihe earth. Now Ibe Jnneroan of Summer enrich Ih landscape. On short week' respite was grinl fit, till all wer gathered beside der. Then 3 A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING 3D .A. TT iii, IT. Ihe gentle spirit took flight, leafing Ihe braly lo Ami rest among ber kindred. Th funeral on Pnndey afternoon wat Itrgely attended. Personal, Mr. Jamea II. Klnnslrd das taken a place Inthedriigslore of the Burn-sid- e IW, preparatory lo !egtnnlng Ihe study of Medicine. The celebration of St. John's Day at Itlrhmond waa alteaded by Ih Istncaaler Sir Knights Miller, FaulkIn view oftlin ".!vnncfnf wmmi nnd in accordance nilli apcclal Instruction! from Unul Quartern, dm! in onler to ner, ITarrl, Illatl, Illgney and Bnrnslde. The Hon. Jamea Barbour Mason eipects a make sura of closing out our immense line of rial! from no less august a personage than Dr. Luk P, Blaekbnrn. Mr. W. O. Brad-le- y and Dr. Mayt data taken their families to Maiwdt Spring. Mra. I. M. Fraree haa returned from Lonltrllle. A number of Sunday School workers ar attending the StaleConrenllon al Danrllle thla week. Preparatory to cxlcnaivo prejwraliont. fur Fall ami Winter trade, we will for Mr, E. C Hopper It In town. Mr, and Mra. C. W. Sweeney and Mra. J. O, Sweeney ar In Columbia thla week. On Saturday Mra. John Greenleaf, of Richmond, waa In Lancaaler, risking relatlrea. Mrs. John M. Orand, of Waco, Teiat, It rlsitinc Mra. II, C Jennings. Dr. and Mrs. John Offer tlieto (Jooih to llio cash Imrera nf Lincoln anil lurrountling Counties, at Fraree, of (lermantown, are here. Mr. Da-ri- d Ilo wland.of St. Lou Is, was In town Monday, MbwNlnnle Pottt, of Iticdmond, tt called here by a wedding occasion. Mr. Michael Salter arrlred on Wednesday from the South. Col. Walton and wife hare returned from the Press Contention. than inauguration lincca. Itcmcmlier that we havo but ONE PRICE anil in every inetance SELL FOR Danville Matters. Tbe long Summer racallon begins now In earnest, and CASH; anil each tlay'a experience give ma renewed admiration and a better fouuildl conviction of the mutual risllora drawn togelhei by the recent school advantages of this iyidem to buyer mid seller. Tho great panacea lor tliia dcbl - rldden age, at concluded by wide and College exhibitions, seek other ecenet of enjuyment. Last week the graduating awake and thoughtful mind, It to buy fur cash and sell for cash In order to know your Income and then live within exrrclaea and social parties attendant upon Ihe debut of our Garrard boya drew the it lioundt, nnd in llie near future will dawn upon our penplo an era of prosperity unsurpassed by any country on writer, with many other friends, to Dan- earth. rllle. On Wednesday the exceedingly nor-e- l We would have our friend to know that we gratefully appreciate the flattering encouragement extended u to the and rarled Class Day eicrclsr at Centre THIRTY FIFTEEN PER CENTUM LESS present, and they can rest assured that the scale of LOW PRICES Inaugurated nnd as we become more conversant by our home will be continuously in maintained, with their special wants, every grade and class of .Merchandise lino will bo furnished and sold to them indiscriminate at prices entirely unapproachable on the par;, of houses doing ajgeneral and credit business. : What we ask is simply this ble store Stand by us to the close of the year, and wo guarantee to usher you into 1880, with well clad families, plethoric pocket books, and to put you to rest upon pillows, undisturbed by dreams of unfathoma bill, sheriffs sales, nnd nil theso kindred woes. Study hard to know tho comparative value of goods, have the moral courage to investigate the markets thorough ly; cstimato seriously the real worth of ono year's loan ol a dollar. Note accurately the astounding usury charged you for six months' indulgence on the part of the accommodating (?) time merchant, and awako at once from tho flattering delusion pointing you as unerringly to financial destruction as the magnetic needle to tho pole. In a word: Think seriously, act sensibly, and al once abandon tho old and delusive credit system. Oivo over your downward course to poverty nnd want, and join the lanka of the lucky (?) few whose every step leads to luxury, comfort and ease. Conic to see in, anil rest assured that no pains upon our part shall lie spared to make you supremely happy. Truly Yours, GEO. H. BRUCE & CO. XISCRLUMOfS. IURIMT1RK, UBOCERIES, if. ' mscr.LUJtoiii. THE TBOTTISG.BItEn STALLION, Jik. 7V. OJR..A.IC3-- . j:& Manufacturers of Clothing, IlirORTERSfcJOBBERScfWOOLENS S.W COR J.1.1Y1NE8T3.. t A. OWSLEY. W. l seasongood WITH It. HKIOUiS. 5 & co WATERLOO Will make thelVa son of 1I7S at our Htstlf In Ih lawn f Ullled(tlll, Uneola Co., ln owslem iggins -- 1) BALERS IN- kj.,at ciasrci3srisrA.Ti, o. - FIFTEEN of DOLLARS, U lnj TUTTS PILLS! INTRODUCED, Montr do whr d not la foil taut HARDWARE! STOVES, TINWARE, oftpIolMirlaal tuUoaB4ia wall bredbytwin- Imp. Klcbollau, I ! WavtKKLOOliexMrtolJ, LLck,17 hantlt litcb, rbtrt hnd back rrnJerttl. ntxt Smion frr Mitm itot-In- g ba bona In tba Iini. Ha U br HMwncvr. MMMB(rjlitdimUeimurabr ba br Iiarptlmua, bt by lUmblftoalan, tbe treat tlraef trottan. WaUrkMratUmUbjr Halm's lor iblrt, f. dim by WeUlger'i Itebhaiiar, f . f. dim lr 1800. Apr114.UT9.-3- m W.T.KlhNtl- ! A TORPID lal that LIVER nMTaia f nil t fill arinraa rt anint il(sujs1 I groceries! ' . SCREAMER IwlllaUnJILU bora at tarsa Bear DYSPEPSIA, .OYSLNTiRY, 'iAUXOICE, BILIOUS IVIK, AGUE AND PILtS, RHEUMATISM, COSTIVENESj; UVIK( HONEY COM. Salt, Lime, Cement, rr miNT, COLIC, ETC. Turaerailll Lom of AppatlU and Nauaaa. tha bowaU arecoaUra, but aomatlmaa altamata with looaaneaa, Fain In tha naad,aompaiiIad with a U ull aanaaUon in the baakpartVaiu in tha rUht ilda and undar tha ahouldar blada. fullneaa after eatlnc, with aidtaln cilnition to eiertlonof body or mlndtIrrle lability ofhamper. Xow pjrtj jLoeaof memory, with a feeling oflurins neglected torpid liver. SYMPTOMS OF A (Farm Implements, Of Every Description. tb preaaut aeason al SBT0INSDREALIV1NGC0LT Montr due whan colt U foiled or mare MrtM wllh aiki a Ilea ntalned od the colt for the hwiod. bcrtauwr u a nut ttrowo, ie dimi dijed imi u etreil br OW Hcreeaiar. he If Itfi QjoutofaXlinj WLllUm Mere. 11 1 Oau wui UrDBonDtl WaMitrk Mire. I vUlaleoitaDimr flseJackftt Ibe iiui Uta Xlr aomadutyLaeneiweiaajJ)iuinaaaf nutjafliincatthallaartDoU before tha ayee. Yellow Skin, Ileadache janerallf qrertne rfrht eyetKeeUeeaneaa at nicht with fitful draajna.abXthlyootoradOrina. IF THE8E WARNING ABE UNHZEDID, tERlOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BEDCVCLOPCO. We have made arroDgementi thii ltpina,uw. teaion to handle the celebrated ceo. w. AiroH. McOORMIOK R. H. WEAKEN, UNDERTAKER. Depot Street, Stanford, Kj. tar TUTT'S PILLS are eapeolatljr oaiaa, a alnglo doao efT.ota uch a change, of feeling aa to aatonien trie aurrorer. adapted to auoh .MOWING & REAPING I TUTT'S PILLS are ceMpeaadeJ frem eabetaaeea Ikat are free irem aay yreertieeihairauiaiara Ike wtMl dellrale araaalaatlen. nearckai imih. urliradlHiceraie beeBllreaitelti i. JJFrelUfUaibeea feraed IJfrt SrjJSSWi'iilSt keallhaadTllalllr lelkekedr. eaaelac tbe kewele la art aatHralj wlikeat wklck ae aaa raa feel well. A T i 1 TV Dr TUTTtUew far. Y Ua mn I bt a HaUln W (7PHMWa UaNlaltltalM m1 llW Ual rj rttmmntJi u m 1,1 W IsHttHOWk W tbiMllHIITttklltUlulhl rilaM I MACHINES ! A XlOiea UIVW Says! txl ke fOal. Which lUnd at tbe bead and front of all HUTeitiD? MtChinM. MpoCllUv COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ,ln Piht of durability. Thwe Ma- - A or . chineibavetwomoUoniandtbojoint Burial Cases and Caskets .4LWAYS0.N1UNI. ivuicg.uH. aaa uriTor cia (Alio gr ; lower tboreetwhlle tha Machine ii Funeral Callt Promptly Attended. ia motion without moving' from hli mmzmFm 4MmWM JblAf cp(i(, ! I! wewwbttMtr wsjiatai m Kiv aLBluruY-.tW'llU,- 4isiMtwe k!Bal Itfta illt raiar li till ill luula. atl, ictt. THOS. I B. CRUTCHER, IN- TUTT'S PILLS. Tbttr ttmt ffK I U ta !acreaa tUe Aaaailte, aal caoee tke bodf Id Take aa t lfc, unit ih avettiBUaearUkeJtaiMlty ttwlr Tenia At ilea oa tbe ilraeae Hegalar Hieela are prodikad, THE M'OORMIOK lleilte SELF- - BINDER IKON, MUI.IU - lar. Needi no eommtnti. It hai taken the priie in almost erer field trial, ' few aiaoaaa aalal tau caaaoi u ralwaa he re HOUSE S1IOES, asasis la titM W Ila auaiusl faatwa. J twt If.aMta tingle mow tla smtims a ,Ma baa, t flUJa." U.l Both CaaaUiiwaaaaMaaTVria ClAU. SOLD IVHYWHIK, MICC en. We can alio furnish yon wlthHUgS cpQKES .FELLOES ,&C. 39 tlarrar Blraal, Nw Vak. Dr.TlTrS HANlIALuf Valubla lu'or. i one of the beit sua Ueclsl ixewaljita a u iasu4rr , ANI c spiilksUAia. i OR, J. F. HAYWOOD, OF NEW YORK. 8AY8I- - STEEL, NAILS, TUTT'S HAIR SaiT lUia aa Wauakai ikwi mmOLs DYE, . a Uu Sulky Hay Rakes, jaauv i:x iatkxt wmi:i; I,S, SOU W. Mala Klrl. ssjmsm msi lawMS al I L CH(rSi Murray St., New York, Call and examine our I Machine! and Raket. Now In uie. i pUUVlLLX. KKKTUOKV. i.jll.l)..i. ,!, Ijajj.'iTWajn, 9 ITI,c Jnierior jeumal. , , Hnnorrt Willi plrrrt. STAN-FORD- 3CT. Jaao 27, 1879. Filday Morals Vain Ihe Hear Cnr. A couple were cccupylag a MtWo rent in tlio ladies' car, haying got on at a way station, rrobabljr attracted lijr the Invisible fascination which ncT-c- r fall to brio about a eontrttempi, a gentleman from a rear car case In and took a teat immediate! behind the pair. There was a shook of surprise a bit cres first fell upon them, and a deathly pallor overipread his eouate-nancHut this waa for an Instant only. Then a fluih succeeded, and a queer iraile lgan to play around the cornera of hit act, determined lip. An hour passed. The billing and coomc went on, aad the man wm a patient and evidently an Interested listener. The people in the car began to perceive that something unusual was going on. liaally the nan lean' eil forward, with that peculiar tmile till hovering about Ills lips, and saw : "I beg pardon, but you seeta to be enjoying yourselves immeeaely." The lady row with a stifled scream, and whceliag arouad confronted the tranger with a pallid face and great, taring eyes. Her companion wm bo leas disconcerted. lie, too, had risen to hit feet, and atood uneasily lookisg at the intruder, flushing and paliBg Tr Jtau A New York correspondent to one of our colemporaries thinks there Is not abetter place In tho United States nil Street, to stay A ay from than In that metropolis, with the exception, perhaps, of Memphis or New Orleans In a Yellow Fever season. "I know fivo men," says the writer, "wno went thcro to try their luck about a year ago. une was a conmiemiai cicric in foreign house that operated largely in the street. lie was In a gootl position to get "points," and the understanding was that others should operate upon them, letting him in for a share ot the profits In consideration ot the information ho should furnish. Thcso five fbrawd a little rinse with a cash capitat of about $50,000. They hadn't the slightest doubt of doubling it In six months. They were to bo on equal grounds with the biggest operators, so far as "points" were concerned, and bo wch word as 'fail' could lie found in the lexicon of their calculations. Where are they now? Well, the by turns. "My God, it has come at hull' wailed the woman. Tho stranger was cool and impertitr- able. "You did not expect to tee me, did you?" "Heaven knows I did not I" ex; claimed tho lady, from whose eyes the tears had already begun to trickle. "Well, it's not unusual Feople often meet under peculiar circumstan ces. I suppose you are on your bridal tour?" Tho lady covered her faco with her hands and sank back into her seat. She had already begun to sob hyster ically. "I happened along this way by mero chance, continued the stranger. "I am going West to (Lcadville. I thought I would try and do something for the children, inasmuch as you have left us. But I trust you will not let this accidental meeting disturb your enjoyment." Tho woman was moaning in aoject misery. "I wish you all torts of happiness, and nil! no longer intrude upon you. This, ladies and gentlemen," facing around to the spectators, "is my runa way wife and her lover. They are very nice people," and then turning away he stalked out. leaving the guilty couple alone in their humiliation and shame. At the next station they Denver Kews. quit the train. i 4 it 8 f:i F. us f ae Stork unparalleled In UicV'ett, , THE BEST REMEDY - lrtjf a. afvdkpal fm. Ar. IJlm U - 91. ft hi ,i iMtruer. SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUAL" ft I t laftSeTOHSSr , .mv, n ron I , A wag of a lawyer, says the Iowa Ar UlthMsMs.! . tall In,) Sa, Stale Itegiiltr, was sitting in his office of tie Tbroa! aid Lnncs. Diseases ClssKlkMlltMsVWftl IHfhMSMtJ, tjllH MlsMl tMaa laa . to U tvap.aapk, ssl saaaaf ItokS la 1 OLD AND RELIABLE. lrrl, Ar the other day, deeply engiged in uns4 spfsasi oSmss stSatm Ms; eatf fstosp. , DUtaaenotthernilmo- IWleaaWlnH1 IynooBiTOti! JDk. Burroiu' Lim g; Saaassto to Us. raveling some knotty question, when PAIs.K K CAHSa H, I, nary orgaiu are wmi. riU.I.MAN . Pa, a. 9m, !, tH pU -- nriTiiotTciiAMir,CtanJimtmf tmrrm aPasKSj. SMa jis a HtixiuUnl rmiljr Remedy for fc5 a gentleman entered aud inquired wnwaa fwmm aa sps vaaa. safe aikl reliable nnmly Ara ma .VanTa! Columbua, O aod Naw ffm. im rliniMaCTtONraaauaa viii ahsmsee of the IJrer Rtimay-!-. HHiSj tkavjs KAC11 (or tliem la InraluaMe uriaanftaTiaHiiant umeinnkiiana rith "Is this Mr. Z?" The student of siaaaaamj rpaaiin trsiamdj Ttllet aUoulif Ilia a&ti NuhTilui IxuI.tII)sj aaaaaarai Jind Bowel.It is Iure!y .VaSal to fir err roiuinnnitjr Blackstone, railing his eyes from the -- a. m4 Aria's Ciiumt l'rc-toh- and Montcomvrrt JwuUfllla and rlttla vegetable. never I ltock.vlt.Mca.phUi SJ an4Uam M- -. ti aucli a renmlr. boldl.Tann legal book before him, replied : tUMLT a a STBB an jueouiutfa) it ii lr arat no utlirr no an HARRIS REMEDY CO.aTC CWMfSTS. inertia tlie ronrU ItwUWnilU(.lsMt TUbslililWftaMlk. kirn. jGitlwrtioanJ "If you owe me any'thing, or have ST. LOUIS. MO. Hvlil aad Stk Sla. ilenceot IhepuMlo. It 4u,(Ukjct.tt,ftib llurUt, jTonie -a any business in my line, then '.. is my s RlirM CHERRY U a scWntlAu combina iawaM,TvissAr ItalmMlUi la TUkl Ar I. ATUOK- Iv . fl s (tXU. PM. a4 e.T BJ PIfV Afl tion ol tbe nmlkinal name; if you have a claim to present, MM Mil IKIIIMX. UMiUftiMf1 Kf principle and curative Atlrlee to it lAifiijr JfiiM. tlrtues of thn llrwal then I am not the man. If you called ttntira, chemically unit-t- l. Another thing, son, you want to re- - simply for a social chat, on can call time. "i""1 sli'il, TAKE THE to Inatire Ilia crrat- j Tho peril of employing highly edu ijST'Mt m.IKIa atttnenv meinlier is that wearing 'twenty-tw- o me any name." IWY "Hie," he said, "you got any nails ?' cated young men as clerks was again PECTORAL, a1 uniformity ot re-inshes of coat propped out across six TUenla-- l PUIIX, VI II KU "I propose to present you with some Now the girl was mad, nnd sho illustrated the other day. A woman piiXAlcUnt m wrll m Invalid to nv II wllh teen inches of shoulder doesn't make a couihlnc? It U the mmt rrllaUa rrtiwOr usiness in your line. I have n note snapped out : Tin: stopped at a green grocer's on Woodfor di!m- - of the tkmut uxul lunc lliat swf- THE GENUINE SINGER gymnast of you, by any means, any of twenty-fiv- e dollars I want you to we nin t got any nails; jou re ward a "iNo, luu it1ucM It trikr t Uia avenue and nskeil: "Is them GEEAT CEKIEAl EOUIF CASTj moro than a straight back, a measol all pulmonary (UvraM, tHonllnj collect," and handing the lawyer a drunk, and we want j on to stay away lettuce fresh V "Yon mean that let certala ured step and Burnside hat with a rroiut and any agorelief, ami U aJaplM to note, departed to call the next day. from here. or cither wx. Itelnjj patient of tuce, suggested the clerk, "and it is ery mlAUhI. tha joungmt chlhlren Uk curd and acorn gives you a war rec ta i a n.v, rn am vtn.mcn vo. . wa sii As soon as he was gone tho lawter as answered, "you ain't got fresh." "Then youd better eat it 1' "Hie, he it wuuout uimruiiT In Hi treatment of iIMITO.V. KAl.TIKOItK. rillLAIlKl rm A, ord. There have been young men ordinary Coiijclia, Colda. ISoro Throat, certained that it was one of his own got no nails?" " iojtir, rxTm.iBiKo, .tonrvir, Inllucruj-- . she snapped as she walked on. The Clerjcyniaua llronehltttat ae, and old ones, too, before your promises to pay. Horo Throat, Atthnia. Croup, aud CaM.M'i; KIlKlllll, unreAscono, "No, wo haven't." grocer rushed out and asked the clerk r t nAUsunr, mutnaray, tarrh, tha effect of Avca'a CHstaar 1'rc time, who owed the tailor for their The next day his client appeared "Well, (hie.) if on ain't got no what on earth had happened to anger tohal are matfirul. anl multltudea ara an- IIOUHBOnO, CIHULOTTK, OUl chest and shoulders, and owed for ntially prcMened from aerloua lllneu brltt luar, ciui!r.h.iTu., amuta, and inquired, "Well, what success V nails, how the deuce do you rcratch tlinelyamt faithful iim. It tjliould le kept nnd the young man replied: her, S.4 VUkSAIt.ColVMHA. A TtA A- them a long time, too. There have at Itand lu erery houjieli6Mt fur tha pro Tha linear Uaaafxlailna. IWiaaa, al lla "All right; I have collected the our head?"" TI, AHCO.V, JICktOXrIJK. "why, nothing, only I corrected her alpal .Or. In ImaillH-- , K; and tkn.(k lla iaa. been young men who could waltz fur ran. -1, AXD ALL POIXTS IS Mhooplnaj-coug- li Coiiftiimptlun la( unit r.rtrakara. will hII money. Here it is, less my fees,' The ioliceman took him oil before grammar, autl "iou have turned away an hour and sixty-eigTIIK ATIJIXTK ATATKA. there i no other reutedy ao ettlcackmi. minutes with- handing him fifteen dollars. Ikt answer was sent in to his conun- one of my best customers I Only ) cs- aootlilnj;, and helpful. out once sitting down to rest, who "Good I" said the client. "I have drum. Cin. Enquirer. PASSENGERS rORTHENOHTUEAST terday she came in and asked me how The m arret loos curea nhtch AtkV couldn't saw enough wood to warm a made two dollars and a half by this CiiKnnr Vr.crvnxL luu effectelaUoertha ran parchaaaTltlrla, .11 rail, ll. 1 I sold those white sugar, and I got an flannel cake, not if starvation stared world ara a sufficient guaranty that It mill Chrrrlem Hllr. operation. -t the WASttiMinur. kalti-mukkas- v order for a whole barrel. Hang you, rV" . 'aft'Sl 1 1 rPJS L I v e r! continue to producecoin incbe- theretulta. An nomio.wriLLK them in the face and tried to drive Now that cherries are ripen, the - InviiroratorS Impartial trial willul mmt acfptl AadonlarniaUaullanil..lr Tn adirnl MHIa. "How so?" said the lawyer. rntrAiu riitA, on laall. w.ka liaif, and sir I but if them customers want gram cat of lu wondetf curath a power, a ell them to it. Don't worry aliout your ww m J tJZm tins been nanlf? u ot It auperlortty orer all other prepant "Well," replied the client, "I tried old dispute as to who owns the cher- mar they don't expect to find her In a shape, then. .Men will admire your all 3STE-Pv in ray practice? tlons for pulmonary complaints. over the city to sell your note for ries in certain cases is revived, and we grocery 1 No, sir; and if you see she IR IA iillllrasp, la and rlmtp lo lonna, to crooked legs it your, trovrscrs are paid HUM vj .mo iJUUllCa Eminent physician In all part of the twelve dollars and a half, but couldn't are appealed to from three different again irorapt liajltiff luiilra, at flip dii. comjioa.Uoi), j ou want to apologize in tho MI V sjaf' for more than 35 ycars,J country, knowing It Pr.CTURALto rwotu-tnen- d BIlllMIINDANIMiLDPOMIKIIINM'KAMrKH, for, and if your hack is so d localities for our views on I lie subject. do it." IJS with unprecedented results.? Atkr'i Ciicnnr Invalid. lars dnnu and tlircpilolUrn prr. lakh Inn Kkkmond al lllh Tt la, Numlaa. most humblerest manner. f Detroit a that j on have to keep yonr helm hard and prescribe It tu their practice. Tha tet ' SEND FOR Wo will state the case presented to us: Timdaaamllrlda CIRCULAR' of half a century lia iirored tt almoluto moiilli pnllltlir inarlilnra Free Press. A comical ttory is toll of two well A nnd B a part all the time to keep from walkT. W. SAKFORD. M,0 &7K23S& certainty to cure all pulmonary complaint 'FOP. neighliors, with a diviare F.W VOKK. it. ai rr paid fur. not already beyond tho reach of human aid. ing around the block to starboard when known Southern clergymen, one of ding fenco between their lots. On i,nait.i,iwiu.Tiu.!oeiT8i!riTiTioi. J A Remedy ron Slfeplesssctm. 1'AS.SLMII IW IXI1I TUB HIUTIIKAST whom undertook to relmko the other jou want to go straight ahead; you'll A' lot grows a cherry tree so near When ready for bel sit down in an Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., ra.narl.l lllrkaaand Nrr.llra. allktk. PMawnl Air l.ln. kand. till aa.1 Iladhua r4 ronaall, aa never think of it if you don't owe for for using tho weed, .'radical and Analytical ChemUta. thn fenco that some of Its branches easy position, relaxing all the muscles and ilia AlUaiu. tw.1 Una, br all Xuulkarn with-ou"Brother O.," ho exclaimed, llnla. Lowe K, Mas. t TIII'HIMIIKM U 11V. the coat that lies iu such ungainly, reach above tho fence over into B'slot. of tho body, nnd let the head drop C A O BTFAMKH1 laaa. flvlaaall dalla tt W Blrrrrt, Iwaflllr, Kr ou) ar iu. drcmiit anaiwaias. too V. M ,riMinarllaf al llanllnalMalik aiaa stopping to ask any other ques- The question is, to whom docs tho honest wrinkles across it. Tho man forward upon the breast as low as it irainaa ma taniwuanuuiaiaa luaaliihlHi.... tu) tion, "is it possible that j on chew to rflha Alknhaar Mannlalnaand Ik. (Ilk, in Ik. who doesn't owe a dollar is a rich fruit on the overhanging branches be- will full without forcing it. Sit quiIal Tkrwi(k Tkk.l. a aala .1 .11 pilnclMl pol.la roan, even if he hasn't a crust to eat baccor 11 1 long A or I.egal authorities say in this for a few minutes, aaa twiuin-rwiaw. M,,n,.,m,,i, al 111 It alnut nlrrat, (llltaun In Hurlaaall "I must confess I do," tho other that it belongs to A, tho owner of tho etly all way in the house. Anl dou't borrow. If the will power off the body, letting iiu.i.v . ai ..rami uiai ami fa I a 11 plaaMtra. quietly replied. ILIIIIWAIlll, isn't gel along without having more tree, and that B has no right to it; and a restful, drowsy, sleepy feeling A T A. II l M IIAKII), l" "Then I would quit it, sir," tho old than )ou've got, don't Iwrrow; steal. Acrnl. Itliknmad, that A can gather it any way in his will ensue, which will, if not disturb11 llalaul, Kl ,(1n,n, Jo You'll feel better alwut it, as a general gentleman continued; "it's a very un- - I wwer without going upon It's lot to ed, lead to a refreshing sleep. If the clerical practice, and a very unclean thing, ami yoii will be more respected do so; that if A enters 11 a lot to tret sleepless fit comes on in the night one aud leu tormented. Burlington ly one. Tobacco! Why, sir, even a his fruit he becomes a trespasser; that can simply sit up in I ho position KENTUCKY CENTRJIL fl. R. hog won t chew it I Hankeyc. B has tho legal right to cut otf, on a a, a, 'rather tt, do you chew tobacco V line upwanl with tho dividing fence, Tli la cat renresent the "Cert Titu Way Tiilv Ron w Russia. TbtMuUIc ' InsWrnot hirt responded his amused listener. There are two hundred and fifty1 laftrgethtuik oMlnNtila at layOut Iroots.., of"! a laBd" nations Mprlat; Hon iirar flit all the branches of A's tree that hang Russian bnggsge cars do not carry ilFPllT' .FWW. nc WIIWX W,, nnT W. QunnT "II No, sir I" he answered gruffly, over his (B's) lot. This last on the set en drinking saloons In Richmond, vrHii in oiAnroui'i runmiing vi est, a very atyllsli, slrone The car is waled when it with much indignation. comfortable wacoa for farm the month of May, of legal principle that the owner of a Virginia. Iu OR0CEBIES, CONFECTIONERIES, leaves, and the seal broken whea any era'aae. Capacltyroraaetealx "Then pray which b most liko a LEXINGTON, KY. this year, these saloons reported, under -l ' aSaflpnaVsnaaBBaW piece of real cstato owns all above peraoBa. Jaat tbe thlss; far thing has to be taken out or put In. hog, you or I V the operations of the MoiTett bell reg Iloots,.Slioes(llats, Clotliln?, comfort at sinall expeaae. and all below it, and that no person is the explanation of At least, that The old doctor's fat aides shook with Istcr system, tho sale of 01,013 drinks Oatalog;uo, Bond some very Ingenious stealing which laughter, as he said, "Well, I've been can adversely occupy the soil under DAILY i:.T-i:iGLASSWARE, BCe-vtratt- . Ml.MiAY. of whisker, and 121,0.19 drinks of QUEENSWARE. SU. Adnata, LOUISTUJJL S.T. went on flourishing month after awath fairly caught this time I" Richmond the surface nor above it. NKW beer. Reckoning whisky at ten cents on the Kursk, Charcov & Axov rail- (Va.) Journal. UlgurM, Tobacco, Fiiench Giiost Stoiiv. A young a drink, and beer at fivo cents, the CINCINNATI TIME. road until last December, when it wai & WIL,UHs A SixQULAtt Dream. Two young man who had lost his betrothed on tbe gross receipts for May, are represent i.Hjuoitw, detected. There were several accomDEOEMDKU 39, 1878. eve of marriage, believed he saw her cd in the figures, $15,273 25. plices, who used a great trunk or men, residents of Norridgewock. met AMI AN A." spirit every night in her biidal dress. 7 IV , AT , Uaar'a TIIAIMS chest. One of thein was put In this one morning, and one said, "Charles, His A Detroiler cured a long and seteie friends, to prove to hlra the folly 1 dreamed last night that you were I'mllras VurlrlyofSiiiiilry Arllilm. sso ai tlailunall Annul H a ai Sao p ui . and shipped in a baggage car. As ilowu I ap. A II w of hit belief, dressed a twin sitter of attack of neuralgia hy (ailing IW laP u PERFECT AMD COMPLETE? AIien catalionatheAxleef fliulnuall Aimiu SSupuiaia.a u lUpu Al.aaallka soon as the car was sealed, he crept Judge of the Buprvme Court of Maine, w stairs. That's simply nothing. Sonio Q that I wai a mintrr, and that you tho deceased In a dress precisely simitho "JACKSON" Fara Wag-on- , tllulnnall taalU 11 a u Slain au It III p u Q Avtv out. broke open the best looking trunks lar and placed her at the head of the years ago a Korrhitown .youth was X I'AMII.V MU'IM.Y NTOIti: with the Trams oratrcngth-ealac-ro- d Maraillk, KE7EH CET3 OUT OF OEOCS. NHincrU .1 Juknaiaa of the other passengers, selected the called on me to open mir court with widowed bridegroom's bod cured of the Ind hahit of swearing hy Q attachaiear. With furlliHlnaall riaraaiuiMYUIurM, extctly at ") Uailaandlk. Most valuable articles an 1 put them prayer." Just thirty uirs after this, the la kal I hour tho spirit came. He looked falling out of a cherry tree. Not a fariaar aikt will kaap.alwl lhaallla.4.rui.n Ika' thla rod each Axle la more Ua.1 Rev. Dr. Chas. F. Allen, late I'rcsl. lralar, tan Sad at Mr Iumim .ulltlng AGENTS WANTED Q a Uaillaliif rkalraoaClwlanatl t'aal Una. lato bis own chest until there was on( thnailoHbletllu strength. (Jet up, and crying out, "Ah, cielt en singte oath has escaped nis lis since. lliajr iwvd, al allr rrlall4l.a. ih Kvaar imwn amu cuusrer. O II I' IUNWIU,(!au.r,iri.krttil. a Jackaea waiKoa aad yoawlll ly roots enough left for himself, when dent of tho State College, happjucd to voila deux I" (Heavens I there are Tho fall hroke his neck. tvloitlun, Kr break-age- s. Into the Supreme Court room In step aever be troabled with & Wilson Mfg. Co.O he shut himself In. At the uext sta Judge Charles Danforth two I) fell back dead on tho pillow. wut rouaiH (titer, A cartridge is said to have been Intion his aeeotsplice received the chest Augusta. COUNTRY PRODUCE Q Paris l'ajier. l'rlces, lacladlag sprlag seat beckoned to him, and asked htm to AOENT WANTED! ctsciaiitATi,o.O dented which floats on tho water, and unpaeMtl tbe thief and bis booty. aad pateat brakes with prayer, and, beInetrkaitjcOiW (l.la, al ib biifltti Mar open bit court Mist Ingersoll, sister of ex.Qovern- tastes good to ducks, and hlnws Ihelr TfkfH 3-- 1 Sat ralM St) llrlua: in. jruar IMillrr traliw-rala lrua. Aa Ati-wrtMiulf la Utiller, Wat, HIM llauit, UrJ Jtaittti 1 limn There is cetSwett fur sftesttm la hold the dream of thirty years was or Cbambclain, of couth Carolina, heads oil when I hey the tv it. t . t7 K litiiall.s;.-ii-i l vaulfki Ma rvrrrtar f l,uuu laltalli. (as i,uu) ran 75 i.uill.liia;Uat and I alii a'. r"i I'uutla fur 3 la 1-- 4 wUei) Ms lima that Naomi verUrft). Rev, Dt, Allen is now pas said to be tho best lady stenographer . . 7 X j wmi 11 miHitrTnur rwurair a l aain.4 .U U IHItb.N .1111 ('.iKSOXst D0W1H, Ikaw l.lbrlr lull (alua 3 Script we, la I alia a 3 1-A aermoii ta like it rallniad Ihol tH 99 um KtsuJ j.ii HullaUsiun, tts ir iwlll ir Ittay II vmm eU WMti she Burned. tor of the Methodist church at Fair- - in the country, is said to earn thou-sand- s J . llttIK, was A(l-tur svuulf In IX tuf lallrsl kUlra. AdJrt-- J U. II PNAN, Ifleld longer (t I the more of dollars annuallr, Fairfisld (Maine) Chronicle. Tbe veteraM nwy ttM hope. rnr Ilia II.ihi Mil I Oll.nUJk . "a l.a.ia ui UrWOHn KENTUCKY. I fJ confidential clerk is In a lunatic asylum. One of the others is a street ear conductor at $1.75 cents per day. A second is a clerk in an insurance office at $10 a week. A third made his way West toward the Black Hills, and has not since been heard from. The last of the party of fivo still hangs around the street, watching tho indications, but unable to put up even five dollars in a bucket shop. Their whole capital melted away in three months, and they were led without a dollar. Hero is another caso : A retired business man of my acquaintance considered himself too smart to bo beaten at any game. He lived in fine style; kept horses and a carriage, and Was well known in society. The Wall Street fever struck him and he began to speculate. Ho made out pretty well at the start and that led him into In less than six larger operations. months from the day he put up his first $10,000 margin, he was an insolvent debtor, with suits against him by the brokers through whoso hands all his money had passed I He now man ages to scrape up n cheap living as an insurance agent, but he is hard press ed half his time for his lioard. Scores of such warnings ngainst tempting tho goddess of the Stock Ex change might be given, but so tongas her snares are set, men will nalk straight into thoni, with their ejes open, and the note of wanting will lie raisee in vain. Sharper than ten to the first petty complaints about hatched in this section a female chick. adthe husband, there would likely be a With the exception of the usual ventures with hawks and owls this infewer number of unhappy marriages, and the stigma attached to the name teresting fowl reached the age of pulwould soon be buried in oblivion. -- hx let hood without creating any unusual excitement. She quickly won the Ho was just full enough not to know hearts of the lords of the barn-yard- , a grindstone from a ribbon block, and and more than one pitched battle was he came tailing along Fourth Street, fought for her favor by rival cocks. In tacking from side to side liko a ship time she developed into a steady, matgoing against tho wind. He struck a ronly hen, and not only proved a good dry goods store at last and stumbled source of eggs, but Bit upon and in, and a pretty girl clerk came to hatched five litters of chicks and one of geese, from which feat she was wait on him. "Hie," he said, "you got any nails f known in the neighborhood as the The girl was a little bit scared, but "gosling hen." Last February, how. she told him no, that this was a dry ever, a marked change was observed goods store and they didn't keep nails In the subject of this, sketch. First: in stock. Then he went out and tlio rooster ceased to worship at her started ahead again, but took n creel shrine. A change was also observed iu himself and turned and got into in the general bearing the asunied decidedly masculine airs, crowing with the same store again. "Hie," he said, "you got any nails?'' a voice, and that of n thoroughbred This time the girl was n little pro- chanticleer; spurs commenced to grow from her heels; the tall feather length voked, and said : "Not n Innlware store is the place ened and curved; her comb grew in length, and now this remarkable fowl to get nails, we don t keep them." roos Out ho went again, and started off has developed into it as before, but got turned ngiin, and ter. It is now on exhibition at Bar- came back to tho same place the third Row. The Prime A Wit MtherIH'tAiir. i.tfe. Between the aget of forty-fivand A lady friend, on giving us a short rcsumo of her early married life, said sixty, a man who has properly reguthat if her mother had given her sym lated himself may be considered in the pathy and encouragement she would prlmooflife. His matured strength renders him almost have left her husband during the first of constitution year of her mnrringe. Ho was of a Impcrvous to an attack of disease, and practical and nnromantlo disposition, experience has given soundness to his whilst tho was wayward and affection judgment. Ills mind is resolute, firm ate, nnd she fancied him lacking In and eqnal; all his functions are in the love and kindness to herself. He was highest order; he ntstimea mnstcry very much attached to a younger over his business; builds up a compebrother who lived with them, and up tence he has laid In early manhood, on one occasion when this relative was and passes through n period of life at confined to bed from Illness, ho left tended by many gratifications. Hav his business through the day to return ing gone a year or two over sixty, ho homo and Inquire after him some arrives at a stand still. But athwart thing very unusual; Indeed, when sho this It the viaduct called the turn of had complained some time before of life! which, if crowed in safety, leads the headache, although only the bride to the valley of "old ago," round of a few weeks, he did not pay her which tho river winds, and then be- the tamo nttention. At If to add in- yonJ without boat or causeway, to eftuit to Injury, he asked If the hndliccn fect the voyage. kind to llio Invalid,taking It for grant The bridge Is, however, generally ed that she had devoted her leisure constructed of fragile material, and it momenti to him. This was rather depends how it is trodden whether it too much. Some sharp words passed bend or break. Gout and apoplexy between them, ending in a torrent of are In the vicinity to waylay the trav tears on her part, and a resolution to elerand thrust him from the path; but return to her mother. Instead of ijm let him gird up his loins and provido pathy and kindness as an wife, himself with a fitter staff, and he may she was met with a stinging rebuke, trudge on In safety and with perfect "Go back to your husband," said her composure. To quit metaphor, "the mother, "and never return to my turn of life" is a turn either into a house with such childish complaints, prolonged walk or into tho grave. The Married people should settle their tri system and power having reached the fling disagreement among themselves, utmost expansion, now begin either to without interference from others, and close like a flower at sunset or break I do not wish you to bring any tales down at once. One injudicious ttinv about your husband to me." Her ulant, a single fatal excitement, may feelings of distress she declared were force it beyond its strength, while a indescribable, but tho returned home, careful supply of props and the with determined to make the best of It, en- urawat ot an that tends to force a deavored to meet her husband with a plant will sustain it in beauty nnd vig pleasant tmile, became less exacting, or until night is entirely set. and found after a few years that he A Hen Beromem a was the licst and kindest of men. If Six years ago next July, says the mothers in general would follow this lady s example, and refuse to lis Oglethorpe (Ga.) hcho, there was e d .HlHKKTm. MKOIMMOIS. R1HR01M. arnirii VrrnWrif. Th, Mill prlra. kwr rtaton,!HmMrni Ramn, kama rtali-a.- prnrWna. Ar aw h fcl. Meat and Provision Store, GIlllnTIWHEIIB.M.lOPlUMili SUMMKR 8CHKDULK. IN to .. -! Waaal, . Ilkl .. Bnllar HAOe Bnllar ....-lV- T Beta, , ISr Brown gnpir ..Tlfijlivt Wlu1StJ. OaPVa .ISA3IK ISntllM Kail, I ho. tarrrl SIM 1r--f. Irlih Potatwa IVm, prt mi .S.1.01 (Vwl.Minr ItK lt ttxt, iMltm.1 rVw,... nl tt lard Rrw . . a AAIM Ms gX!tajwjtij5 ;ti rtmtl IMi JaffliBlllB ,tl fc- Mim. . ... ...Jf EFFECT APRIL 27th. 1879. smM Mesj kf TRAINS STATIONS. I fsvsrtl. Haaejpe), vrtasj HifttH MOhTlt-KntlNr- n Mall ArtOBKln M Mall Hlact f'trfraa. SMtJ Ml St4s.MIf Ijfiturllle. Vmn,hmUtn Unl - a ftwaarart l9- - ,.V tlr tMr. ltallrr. IMS), llfsnr Farm, IKT,--. Ar IToor.rT W.I WkMl,wMtf.. tljltlOT Can U.1W0I7.SS . -- Wbl,rrd.. lur- -- Whlttgucar 4ioffl!ii !u . 9I9 Pron Sugar .. -. - .VW Chcnault's Old Stem - room. ii n STANFORD, KYM jfffli .iSII - li , ' naatlllaJ.atl jiaatllM. llarM.titTaiw 'r llmrarlawn IHKlanill. ltln(lanM lonpa smaaa Illlla' IMaia I llpm Irs a mi nainn, StSaaa I 43a,ml Vtnnn StlpM III Hpai ana tslaaa SWpaa una m mpw izainan. .. f sifsts, ftt4 HHIs ftp, (Sjlltl. t Hsftff. TMIk ttl .t eiik I eim MlllHM t! ts TnMk saxes). rt)tt PVMtS) to fstsnl SUM Wf til Xtwftswsjof M"ljas4 lIN Mall 14 ii StsrfStS) sJskHKf Prissts f tHn4 Ps taastu InStMHlMlMlli O. t PlUtsts. P. 4It sjrsiiWtm Mumt otttr WM ! TnAINSrSOUTII.noUKn. BTATIOSJI. CiiriHiinri. Raraa.ilMuUm. ItY A. I .T. Unl ..( M . T. WbMl, rr.1 ntL Ftp lUf Hri ...... . ... llflIM Whr.1. wMl.lt Mi (ton .. ,UJW nar,flIOUOAtUl lUwalmr JIAllKIN. a Firr. I V.T Hill I tppraa ralKI 1 QRAVB SPECIFIC MEDICINE, rMRtlBRArhWntiaH ltRHRIr. Tnaot MiiK,Aift.rewTADt Msnr. "MM Hwfar . ......Jo .IKVSIII Mite CVSiTw. Sail.- Brown Dunr rult.r. ot nllllrrs HI and Fancy Oroeeries, Foreign y lot Staple uomestio irnin, vrgeiaoies ana ! and Fish in their Season. .U(l7"e Clarl.natl Ar nawffaiea-- iamitMnH ' I .Itai.m satpniL iniaiai ri.paai llar'J.I.'iJaM.ltSSpMi Stlpaa liantill. ' I SMlaal Imp ml SHpaa " ianIUaJaaci Mnararl. SKlpm intpm ln,n tlM tITpnil smpml Sltaaa 1.1. a in,n mm jte Before luffsruiinM ttM,tniTtriar rt tl silmnrl thit fcJUw ) a fMfU Cat tsiiRs! nH,sttrnMilnr tni WMj$ -- in,. a. .IISASOe ILM aisriLLtsEora. BORE A IP VOU NKKD A TWtt CARSON & DODDS, WELL! MTRS AND DEALERS IN Mr WML.WNT HIIHlCT ma,., ivmuin a aiarniiw wraar una to ttt ""'" J" araaainf wairr.arwvr aidrvaail A. Mrr4kt,IIM(tllla,Kr Ifjaw ran MllraJ will, o A IVnnlirl In a W all. It la amir 6wa bull. r4hlia II will mat jo Mialaf u lalk wllk aim. I. InMnltanr mnanMHHMi and a pramalur. .SINKKCTIOXS. araaa. . m. I all rnrllrnlaralnnnr rauaralat walk . r r .iraira r. apn.1i pa. I r ajall aaarr an. Train if. I nnnaali .1 ltlaclM llk RK Naadf Plarllnr. vim 1. 1 A SparlSa MnlMna la aoWl kjr altI. Iral.SiaWlnabaalar.MI dranUla al SI Ar al liar, I. Iraln fran tmlaf Ilia. Iraal1ataI, fca llafawJa-h.- - iHsMkfttr li flaaT.SSar nil! U ami frr. I j milt mi nrrvlH arlkamnnaT lf sMrsliis2 rntlttnrf JanrtlonvllSn. W ft at Kaaallla JanaMM wlln LAN H. It Till. HllAt MIIHIIMKIll, lur KunmH,Crah Orchard, UtlngalMi, laacaa-laaKv It Mwti.nk.' Hsastfc IittniT. Mnii. Rkhnwlijil TrUM In maaknl j nil sJritcxttt. Ail hut lm Train Kn.S ronnarta al Panrllb, Janril Iraiaa nn I. A M. It. IL frwn ManlhrJ. CtaK : Udaaalan, lanraalar an4 lllknMa4i al lalaIM villi W Ja.lr Iraiaa fram Wlnahaa-- l, l.IIV Tsilie in ik. u.t.'.li-- ,. srrnmv t lalon.ArteT Tsklst;. .raaaa Ikat rcrmalar. Ml ajp ami maaa m(t Uml M lAM f wcaawfT antTar. Kll w rr ln IGUSi IOE! IOE! llatlnrcitbrmU Iit. I will drllrrr morning al Urx aallla nrrllrnt H la rrpibr rwXamrra rtrrj Saddlery, Harness, cScC, Main ' oxi: rr.xr ii:u imhix'im llmwilnrlac taw ilar, at Ch nam, rnaj-a alorr, at aama rala. mrnrlnf aflrr Jul; I.I will Iwtkarcnl klbar Street, - Blua4lraaaan4 IWfllaal VTaal Train NawSrannarla al la!n,aa wlin InUna wt ll SaMf R. K. M Wlackaalrr aad ML Mar-ll, and nllk U ( A I. Iraina rraaa and I raaklurt. Tralarfn.4ronnacta.lltlna1on nllli Iraina at I. V, A UK. H., rrarkla I raakbal I J A M., lamlaflU.il ISA M aad ltk tralm af Ml Kaada H. B. fraaa T, larkratrr and Ml. hlMllnJ. -nMlf ka, llaaa aad nallar araainiamlalbma than ran p. .nVra.1 kr nav Ralla.a ranalratlag Ik. BlaMlraM RaiW Ticiata I. all Taal. KikIK, VteA .M U Kanaaa and Triaa. rnr InSMaaalkM apptr In R P WlUniV, SAMt. trOnnWAItn, llnLTIfMAtl Pnaarlntaodant, Ui.lrTUaf.Ac atnnrtnnallnllkallranAa dlaarfln((lTln. nkaaat llaaa afar aaW r.TJT.M.1! BOO ks:-- t MILLION 014 .Wlwfsu SSjssi TtwsB t mU wstWisj M I VVsvttlsMH-astfMstMttnrWt, A lSMesMM ImUdXtaM rvs rfatWI aatMbaMeV l,lllto Tisfsss-- s, pranwa tnWaafainn. PlStW 44 TkSB, .sssstsAHj K I Kat, rssukl 4m, sknjshsnMrMa Sat WKttV iNskajttJSSi, IsHMSa, is tat tdkf ssf at fssM tuns, st lMtr SlaaM mt tmr ptilf ttsHer to A4eM M s oetsl Msseisshtatt rs)sss. t L rtijlksiss, tsjslsaasj.ssj. s4 . 4klStSJ a SJ aataatS tm SM tjaaat Las tfaTn( I sak4r SSKtkd) sj irwil rtf , to ts)s)sM AavkSs) n ., nj. Ml THC PHIVATK MIDICAL AbyittH- fMt ft1 et M Ms)to fAWiMewa lasri t WlM, inilill wm, , 4 sks mtllM 9mpf, toM. tot smms ISSaeat I4sv hlMal lf SM.StsSkf IW ttaa ( art WHStjal. Sam S.H ssmtJisrliW4a. AlSSSW W W SktIfa4 SamSPkH Stanford, Ky. COXUF.XNKI) TIMK. fc A !( 1, Ml ASwi MiMSSjsS 4 Mf tsJtMtM. P KH Ms)S IssnfcsrfMS) .(MrXsV MeeMTf. lkrMMatlalianlrMMtanfA, MM UlvsM lssto MasttsM! "MKOICAL AOVICi;tai WvwuKsmsI, at aXBta. N rfn-UaJ- - L0U1SYILLE>.S0UTHEHH Xfnaaea laJtJtt Htrr. Accounts duo at tho closo of each Wo Monin, ana prompt sottlcmont MaMaa M SJSaa asfea.- -f M M) r fik I Itosj 10 rP.1. aJ0 kaafa required. ItOHT. MlTt ISTS. , iitiuinn. will keep for salo a full lino of tho abovo goods, all and of tho best haud-raado RAILROAD LINE. trains nomn MnaTH. lUlaVNIlr Jane I, IS, iri.iaaaj'Ka.S.M la ttlcktavl laacnalaa. " M,lnMul. " . to Ma l aaasl IW o4srtj at 1st SI taar W tAeass) s4 fSrt SaSSkkrat Uai ttn W ! . tost laM. nupsi, twttf torssaf trim ssasisi.-- i sat tap tst llaa Mstiwsl WssiUa tsW SfSasf tm tos f Atknff SslW M4aaVl It 4Tar smsjSaSi fSs. 9w 1 "Tttv&'i-CtrtoWllsto isist, THE material. IH am SSI OLD HOUSE J.T.WARREN&GO. n REPAIRING. Oroeeries and Grocers' Sundries. paa ISSJ Wc III to nil UIiiiUoT repair. naw llavan list " Iiir In our Ilnt ilih nrnlttcm Ar UnrlnaallJaacllMh, IB - lataaaa Janailwi MIIMpm SM " III Ualatllla. U 64 & 66 W. SECOND ST. lae ami tlUpulcli. An experience ol CINCINNATI. (VMertUa U rmJ ! Mvsptk Cttf ltk miim t more limn 11 quarter ofa cetttti from XkaRfUkf. Rl 14iufcs3lutMir. lik uisM Forelg-and Domeatle dried and k-to Ravi troto. lltnssjabsirf, al lath mi, wiifc ttt In our IiiIiicm enable tta lo URsiosMrM'iinkWM. ittpbsilUfHlf, OJUa canned rrnlta and tttlilnspttolMirr. l ftrtlsMi. withirmla Canned, dried and salt Fish. .W .SWlai,U,NSS.tllU tRvl proinWc uiirciiiiomrni Hie bcnl rfhiCIUA2 i.lHMtUtpatlRtK ftl laMUvUls, lth l.a t A PlcklM, Bauces, Oils and Cond4 Lsitt, U K. K. o nave not only "come RrvtJM Nckrtl. K.fL.Nrlt., .Ivllh.i. A M U't worK. tl iment. Soup stuffs, AI lstloJUnt ground & whole Spleen. lo Htaj,"Oul nre here nuil can't TRAINS (10IN(Js(HTII ToUet and Laundry Soaps. !lvc iihii call. Seeds, Jellies, Preserves, Fancy Bd a Hay. & Lf-n -. M Diking-Powder.., " Staaurd Skatbr lllf lonillla JaartHW MllttaH.U.r( . rabOrkard.., las SU lla, 7"" man lia - ttl " lata in. 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