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' ii.'f . . t f' I Y i- -tit' , MOTJMT YEkb0Wm-kJ$IJ4'7i'-'TSC - li . ,.' ' i- - - M. made a trip to Rulo and :. IllOOMZAD reports the Gentry Bros, mill doing a M,rsrLmditon is visiting rela-tite- 8 Stirling. in IBqbBeU ihappjr fathw. rBhing bueineia cpttiag lumber. Lily, is vsitingtys , Wm. Dpn't fprgct to cal at the J. W, Brown, is in lionjivillt. parentsaft'fh p3ce $ when you come to town, if you want R. A. Brown is abjlo to. walk about. latest styles Indus', miBses' au,i chil- very cooj jn The vVatlur h ty, Qatronhaf movtd', to pmer JrenVhRl8 at surprmngly low prices. thia partlif tHo csunty. ," ' 1' apt. (Mrs. M. E. Brown. i . Jphn . .Prktoa paid Bsrbonrville i i i . (lHtok" Stephens - hts be b on the We undtrstaud.thas otr( Oklahoma ana rinovnia & xwnj, i?i wcbk. . , . (tiek hut. ,boyi,tB. H.. Cona and, Jack Adams, M;L)rkin I'helps returned 'home. .made, fast to oneTjoinestead within Monday from t visit to Somerset, sMrs. Fiokns riwi pension of y ' ... l three mi)es capital of S50,UU. The Good Ttplars will have t an the 1errifory. They af e pleased with opca installation of officers on Batir-da- y "Hud" jlliftma if imprttla j? as the situation. night May ,20th. Besides (, inin plug operator. stallation there will be songs and Upckcastlpis Ioing up, in the way ji Joe. 8. Joplin is.in Islington at of good schools. A rood one is ia Drocr- - speeches, 'Every body is invitecL A time is epvct&d. tending the race. ress at dhed under the charge of ged Mrs. Iee Arndty has.returned home Nessra jraTen,yfac:son. MP nere slightly improved. conducted by' Prof Slwis Sjopken T M. Uiio1U "Prirlaw ! . t&'! , Kaoe Mjller has eharga.5f tqlefraph rery highly of by pupils ad. parents. Saturday. ,, v . An efort is beiag mad to eitabsh a ofice at Sinks. Born, tt) tho vflio ot John Kini. a , Henry Braniman is quite siqk, with lachooiat Ifofogatw. ibor.on the 24th. . , v"m vU - MAY. 8, 1889, Sr'Ji.Hl,1;!,, 0ir B. J .u ( flwnber 33 gallants huve o ; we ooneratulata you on winning ou. hutidxome coti.m, and may you ever love, clu rish andjro tect her through life. Tner rturiied homo Friday, and are I omioilM at tho bridoV iun houui-keqi-f. -- post-sinc- e i,cKyf t . hFeK J,. . . w . , of.Gtbref lv ft meeting of itm ont'ieticas'l" c'ouuty ht tlit evening, May their voyage through Court Il'iufe iiiMt Xwfrri, n I'm ife,bc Jong and prosrierous. th, p ri o t. 11th dy of May 189 t rt A number of cases ot typhoid fever of app'iiitirisr dltsKH- r.i i'tt-u- l . the State Cuvofitiin sf LMti-tviin town.. If the old gfaiihied who comKy. on Miy h 22M nuiHti- pose the towncouucil do not take some toward putting the streets and ullcvs in, cnndfdftte fcr Sluic T?renairir. Al are especially liquet tfd Deuer condition we may expect noui ie-t- and teyerejy injured. His recovery ' thought probable. Cfen. Ti T. Garrard, the irrepressible D. K'' Garrard and the languish ing Jitn Hub White, of Clay county, are attending the Centennial celebration at New Yoi!; this wtok,. fr. C. R. Cutchintr'and M!m Ma mie Jaoksan were mutnVd at the i is npw tjdnce of tho bride's fa'tht--r hTj but will shortly yn to 0L Tusdaj There wi tr ll iilg but diseaseand death. Huh Summer V-WS- - to lit' (Mid. : 4 Ch'm ReprCo. Comm. The Academy i erecting aMil t.ary Hall for the purpose d wiling the. students. J. M. Jokes, fr AKNO UXCKM JJNTr. . J pnmQMMJpnM v Committe to sethe Qtate Central lect delegates to attend the eu.yen-- . fention to be held in Lsuistijle tb.e 8th day of May, 1819, tt soainate a democratic caadidata, for thoflJca.,of Jittle Miss Sallie Lintoa, of Louis .State .Twosurer, wheieiipon 3?.-- N, Hillr, lavishing her grandmethcr here. Williams, chairman, explained the' ..Misfl May Miller haa been pres object .eftha saeetipg. On motion ejte, with a fine piano br her father. D, R, Williams wnV imade chairman (Jtfjtew.auita. of wen'a clothing at of the meeting and WB; Gresa, secMcKint and Hiatt'a at coat for cash. retary.) i,( The chairman then appointSjuiineMii, .looking up, Tanbark, ed the 'following committee eaeso lumtMii'. ( . RomiitD.SB )Ti. MV Hpwjdlfcas stayed. from .Livingston ta.thii place. . . i' .( saw-rai- ll man, passed RecderKtbe down to Bnrbourville Sunday, .v Jeff Huffaker, oi Louisville was talking up goodn liere yeiteday. Willis Adams sad wife, of Garrard, are visiting relative b in tkii county. Gno. April 27 1,889, pursuant to a call of ,,Ata.meetint of the demecracy of Eockcastlo ceuity, held at the aeurt veraon ttn oaiaraay, aou&e in atf. omnriear. The American. Missionary Sooicty J. Ballaid as a ouulidi't for ti e Sou- r irtl't3tr!Ct has bought ground here for the pur ate to roprcwi t th'a building a Judustrial School in comprised ' U'oVoasiIe, Madis'm aud pose of W. Smith Was here last week the ix&r future. Estill c'lii'iM i. Siibjoo, to the action selling groc,sx;ies.'&c. of the deiu- oric partv. L. r? Meadows, who has been I Mm. S. Ii, 't&iam is some, better." wotking'for Uurd & Sullivan fcr some Whu'oI A tnw ohnir sealery r.; tim,o has accepted a position as Postal Mrs. Siewart is iu batter. .Maret, the Furtiiiuru lactory. on the C. S. The quarry opened Monday aad is qerk' to. Chatanooga.R. R. from Cincin- Vowels A Co, tf new parking larger force tb.on before. nati AMr. Moore and his mule were i)r." Charles AAill will probably killed by ' lightning last Friday near 16cate heoseon, vicinity is very; He leaves a wile and six this place. muco, in DW4 urrs payiscian, children to mourn theit-lo.y- . i earo authorized to annnuc T. - In J-- 'SpSIE I- - The poor little hoijs w;ll be taken the streets 1st of My. It has been '' A. la law for several yean but hits not- R. It seems as thuuerh . Bob") 'went to been enforced. the qevitruBteeB are doing .their duty.'J Manchester'bn bumpess last week. L,. Beid went to Livingston Sat- - off - :fnpar i t a HvIv whauyer'ofhe fail birds. Let' m etay away,. &o J they will only cod uons; uy wr. .xayipr, , j.. . IV 'Wall.B ninnms. 1IBI4I l,l,Hia nllA WIVl IUV, JDlUUUICil Um.. v ctv t?jy. ' ' iifi. V-- if foIIowinr ." ri,J?. , That we 'approve the call of the democratio State central E8aLVXD. li W committee, ' the following named 2nd. That are appointed delegates to, atknd' said convention, J. W. Brown; W,. R. Cress, H. G. Sutton, F. M. BJoomer, Wm. Wallin and all tother good democrats, aad that they' cast he vote of said county in said convene "Crooked" tfJitn Thoapsom's up tion for 8. G Sharp for said treasurer irem . Stanford painting Mr. M. J, and if should none ot said delegate' attend that the Hon, G. M. Adams-oas-t .Miller's house. the vote of said county. C. . Williams has remodeled hia 3d. That those resolutions be pubx dwelling and now has the aftost desira lished in The Mouhtaix Signal and blepropsjety in tawav . o. Interior Journal, S, W. Paris has returned- - fcom the D. N. WjlxUms, Ch'm cityiwherc he has been purchasing W. JR. CflEflS, 8ect. his Spring stock of goods. Milton M. Fraxor, Poet no.. 12?, meets here on the 1st Saturday in ach month. Fullen Francisco has moved his mill to, the banks of Skagge Creek oppo ite J, Norton. , . Mtb. Anuietewan, is sick. , nerev caurcp Our town is very much excited over Seveiul wtolJ $&- - Mlrshones X a (We of hydrophobia, Miw Minnie' - here ' Mrs. M. JHarris, had a calt (i,, o-- Rop4r was, dXv uiehc. Air. iiCilliarA.wcw. Wl CTkVf? di Xi.,S. Pcnsio ex- - ( cow to dio, tis thought, with amiuer, 'leaves. Jbr his home in Knox 'IB' yille in, .a fe) doys. April the'SSrd a gay wedding party ' iV M' . If .' r Misses vEvr. .White . .and. Emma left here on the noon tram for Lexing' Garrard tof.' Ijanebsterj and .Sallie ton: Mr. George Lee James and Miss vM Mnhan,I.nv!llo, nere --visiting rela- Holmes, accompanied by Mr. Ward M They tives in London and Pittsburg last Moore and Miss Maud Pettus. were married at the Phoenix Hotel, sweek.;u i . t , that- - night. Maggie is a lovely girl, of I Thoa; Hanpforiand two other par gay, nappy disposition, and her a ties, wocse 'narnu we aia not je&ru, l away friends, ardently hope that her EVRY SACK GUARANTEED. i, ,j ,, LllJ . . . l i wedded life may bo one of unalloyed a7 S?S? both to husband, i- anS that thfy may her andhave cause wuiuOT vi tfuuu uatuiu never ' fltam' ' ? to regret the step tbey have Taken. good bread and a happy firailv nu Master Willis Scoyille, son of- C Geo. shinld, and no doubt does think STANFORD ROLLER HILLS N. Scoville, was rin oVer Mcnday ;by Himself the pappiest man living, as he a wagon heavily loaded with lumber has won the prise that some other r- Wjld3T is cnductine'' a protracted meeting; at thefChriBtiau Rer. flAl OXOXJJtQr NfteS" xiyar-phobi- ifH' '''I I- - TRY IT r i"fe?r -- TnnT I. If you want - tf l SIPECIAIL AKKSIJHOlBlstBKTo The si& weefos Simvm,er Tenjy Ask your' grocer lor it, and see that :f:LiOtt:r, every sbck is immueu " Miss Alice Ward will be at homs this week. Mrs. Shrtrp and Miss Jennie viBited Stanfprd Tuesday. John Mueller will begin work on his mill Wednesday. Mrs. W. L. Martin was in London Friday shopping. Holbrook & Taft have attached a for samples. Severance & Son,' Stanlathe saw to their mill. , ford, Ky. , J . B. Eberline has rented a house Misi Eliza Miller gave asocial parof G. D. Cook and is uow ty Wednesday night for tho entertainment of her numeruos youu? friekds ' Mrs. Margaret Sairhrook and Misa All cDJoyed themselves. Maggie are tisiting at Louisville this Wc havo a splendid line of;tlrflBji week. and trimmings of all kinds. It will James oam brook attended a prize fight on Ohio river, above Cincinnati pay yoi to send us an order. Sever last week. . ance fe Son, Stanford, Ky. John Stowui f; says he hat quit sellOne of Stanford's. boys vhp has been ing liqnor and will nov handle family ' here for several days says the liquor groceries. that is handled here will make a per-- ' The corporation of Li vines! on has BonBiual oyster cans, carry off boxes ,beeh renewed and the officers appoint- are; W. D. Uooic, bam and barrc's, etc. Dan Adams, trustees, Champ Mullins, i G. W. McClure returned police judge, C. T. Cox, marshal. from London Tuesday, vrhofe he was The colored citizens have been havengaged' in defending ihe parties nc- ing a' protracted meeting for the past cufied of killing a man and placing two' weeks with nine additions. They ihira oh the railroad, near Pittabui1. have organized a church with twenty-fiv- e mfembers. Johu PVbcler no occupies ttie house ' J. C.Allin has bought the Allen 'Where Pat Welch has been tolling Mounf 7. "property and will send for l refreshments aud groceries. An agree Mount z moved v not be reached ' on the "8 W'P tnk we8 inuut could r,,3i!couot,on-tbe'$3,4invoice, so lh bought 54, acres of 1W from Sam were cold to tiwUk Piu. Watd far $250,00 foods . nouee-kcep-ing. A sidingwill shortly be put in 'near Cooks, where D. C. Poynter will get eut ballast for the railroad. (. All parties owing me must call and settle at once. We are compelled to have the money. D. C. Poynter, If you are wanting drest goods 'you shonld not fail to sec oar line or send of the ,,..' Stanford Roller MODNATiN NORMAL INSTITUTE And ' . fei v-- Stanford, Ky. MTV. mil r W-r- Oommercial Collefee Siujfe &Menefee Tmrmhpv Will begin the second Monday ANOUP, Dealers. KENTUCKY. in May, New classes for will be found in all the Common School branches, including Physiology, Theory MctolHrt'roui.i" li"l "'"' and Practice of Teaching, and Civil Government. The daily drills in ElocuCalisthenics will be of cob m m, us tion Lirgo special interest and yalne. DitYGOOn.s cLonnxa. IIA'IX. GHOOEltli'', HAUDVAUE u re-vie- w Doo; . ,' ATavehng bal.-n.ni- i 'itrl'ilU'l ItHnjJ. I'l'"-- " ' p 1 ana n 'MHiut .liin'li'i Wo ul-- m.ikt tlitv Yu I li:iV im-i- i I a l'lioif'rinili n .Mi (i.illi-r- y t. m .I'ri-- tml am liKMiiii'it " 'I" ll ,,tv liHrimifiitMin' tepj liiH1, ini'ioil-- tiiriiiii"! M)ik- .Vn.tliiii friHii u ji!nto;i .p!i ' i r. ''1 my wlui'li 1'iiiilili" i 0 lilctlin1 I raiiiii' IlliUlC (III Mlttll liolicf. invite! .i ptililf my )iK. I . 'i mil c m ,, slock of with firrhishedroom, and lights tf J 8 For further particulars see our School J Tho Educrtioual EvangeliaU viuiU-i- l frci Address JTt 'Vernon, Ky r Expenses, incluclhmi tuition, booh-reu- l, board oiur-nal- ami which wc will shjM CHKAP tor CASH. y J K tiliTON, ROWLAND, KV i . AW'ijtio'bl HARRY A EVANS. A.M., 1 5 'Priii eipul Stanford, Ky. analytical and General Miuorul and timbar lands oxHmijot C'ls i:,-!:- , 'J 'T The Mountain Signal. i Publlshod Evow Friday. MT. VERNON, BANANA Tlio Onco : KENTUCKY. PLANTATIONS. . I)rn)lnil Vrnlt Now n -- Nerer-I'nlltii- K Tho bmiiiiui and the plantain have always formed ono of the staple foods of tropical countries. Improved comdemunication and an mand for the banana here, gave, some fourteen years ago, a gruat impetus to of its cultivation. The sugar-planttho West Indies was gradually but huroly being ruined by beot and bounty-fe- d sugars. The banana was with Jiim a tree to bo hated. In Jamaica every ,1rfggro had a few planted in the smullclearing round his hut, and a bunch of tho fruit would feed him and his family for a week. When to provided ho saw no need to go out .to work in tho cane fields. The planter had foreseen this, and with tho abolition of slavery disappears tho banana, plantain and cocoa-nu- t trees. At first the banana-walk- s wore made any whero on tho estate; generally on abandoned which cost less to clean, but experience has taught the planter that certain sites suit tho treo best. Tho best place for a banana-wal- k is a valley or hillside having a western prospect. Tho large JcuVcs attract the dow. nnd in the e?itrly..mornings a patch ..r bananas lookkyJv3,if it VGVQ encrusted with diainoncfThese tlroi: ever-increasier .Source of Im oine. canc-iield- s. of dew morning sun, but if til" 'trees are shaded the plant absorbs most of the' moisture. , Tho ground for tho intended, patch - thoroughly cleaned and "stubbed." Tho "suckers" mu&t be obtained, as the banana is only known to heed in ono small spot on the earth, tho Andaman These "suckers" from tho root of the banana-trewhen it is ono year old. They are torn from the parent tree and may be shipped long distances, being hardy iud long-liveAbout 400 or 300 troes are planted to tho acre, and now the chief caro is to see that the weeds, and especially tho creeping ones, are kept down; otherwise they will soon choke tho young plant. Tho banana treo 'bears fruit in its .first ycai Tho bunch hangs down on tem which springs) from the treo .under its frond of leaves. This sctonds beyond xhe fruit, ending . i io cone, uior wnicii Jka i1e' d. - are soon ovap'tiriited by the F7 t-;,- 7 ii..r IlrevHsrmTir. rm Oi wmie ep.pu'sirs one 10 tny equiVi,..U.P. thorough As each bunch becomes full, but still green, the tree is chopped down with one or two blows from a "machete," great caro being taken that tho fruit is not bruised. The bunch is then carried on tho head of a negro to the dray that carries it down to tho port. Tho bunches arc packed between layers of "trash," and on being unloaded from tho drays are sorted into "nines," "eights," etc.; that is to say, into "hand bunches" of Uioms numbers. A "hand' of bananas is one of tho small portions that go to make up a bunch. Hummus are paid for with ready money on tho beach, according to the number of "hands" and the thno of year, hi January, Felruary and March they cost from 12 to 18 cents a bunch; in April, May and Juno from 18 to 72 cents. In a good year a bunch of bananas costs 4 cents to land at tho beach, all expenses included. Tho planter has his risks, however. A hurricane will in an hour destroy every treo, and for that year tho cultivation is, of course, a dead loss. In Jamaica and Honduras at least the thefts by the nogroes form a largo item', handed in New York tho bunches bring from 30 cents to $2, according to tho timo of year and tho size of the bunch. As soon as tho banana begins to give a good shado tho spaces between the trees are planted with cocoa, a treo that must have shelter from tho sun. Almond trees and tho ilamboyant live also planted to give the shado for the cocoa when tho bananas have ceased to bear profitably; that is, in three or four years. N. Y. Tribune. -rain-drenchin- g. Horrid Torture. This is ofton felt in every joint and mus-cl- o Dr. of tho body by turns, by people who, exA frog sixteen inches long is reby almost overyonont till enon. CJ, Hollum'. periencing tho earliest twinges of rheuma- Is experienced resort to Hood's Haraaparllla to nnd mnny peoplo ported to havo been captured at Tho columns of tho newspapers appear to tism, neglect to arrest tho malady, as they drlvo away tho lnnguot and ovliimatlon. Tho may easily do, with Hostotter's Btomach blood, laden with Impurities which tiavo been Urlando, Fin., during a recent heavy bo Hooded with propiictary tncdiclno lor monthii, Bitters, a rain. As wo cast our eye over them, remedy for professionally authenticated the vein, the mind fallsmoves sluRglshly tbrounh to tblnU quickly, nnd tho RecIt brings to mind nu nrttclo that was pub- ollect that tho agonizing complaint. often bodyls jtlll slower torescond. IIoodNSnrnpirllla The sale of eyestonos is brisker in rheumatism unchecked Dr. Holland in Scribner's lasts a lifetime, or abruptly terminates it is Just whnt Is needed. It purines vltiillies. nnd March than in any other month. Tho lished by tho lute "Nevertheless, it is a Monthly, llosnys: when th'o malady attacks tho Tho enriches tlio blood, ranlies tlio liciid cleur, creates "stones" are the mouthpiece of a fact that many of tho best proprietary med- Bitters also remedies chills andheart. dys- nn appetite, overcomes tlmt tired leallnc. and Imfever, parts new strength und vigor. certain species of shell which i icines of tho day weio moro successful than pepsia anol liver complaint. nnd most of them, it gathered in great quantities on tho many physicians, TnEnn newspapers and periodicals Bbould bo remembered, wero at first disVenezuela coast. poor, could not sleep, hsd "Mynppetlto covered or used in actual medical practice. published In foreign luuguages in this Re- hcncl.icho n crcntwas painsI In my bark, my bowels deal, ,. Lake Superior is said to bo tho When, however, nny shrewd person, know- public. did not move- riculnilj. Hood's Pnrsaparllln In a good that (fool likes most ancient of tho groat lakes, dating ing their virtue, and foreseeing their popllnio Alt disorders caused by a bilious state of shortman. did uiu so muchaches nro rollovod. my My pnlns nnd to Cambrian, and, it may be, ularity, secures and advertises them, then, tho system can bo curcd'by using Carter's new back appctlto Improved." Geouob l Jackson, No Station, Coun. earlier times, and that it formed in Jn the opinion of tho bigoted, all virtuo Littlo Liver Pills. their pain, griping or discomfort attending Try them. use. out of other ages one of the sources of a wentnot this them." absurd! Is EV3akes A great river system, terminating en tho This great "inX, appreciated ttio real llars CmcAoo man was lately fined five dofor snoring in church. "Tor years 1 wns sick, every sprlnir, but hist year Atlantic seaboard. merits of popular remedies, nnd tho absutd-ittook JIood'B Siirsapnrllhi and havo not soon a sick of thoso that derided them because pubday since." (J. W.SLOAN. Milton, SIftas. A toucher in a public school not a TnnGripof Pneumonia may bo lpurllla iih h sprlns tonic, nnd lic attention swxfllled t0 lll nrticlo and with Halo's Honey of Horehound warded off "I take Hood's Bar who Imvo tlint and Tar. hundred miles from Philadelphia re- tho evidence It to ull wires. It the most Pike's Toothache Drop3 Cure in one minute. I recommend I'AItMiaUK, S10 Urldgamlserablo tired stroot, feellni?." C. ceived the following excuse from an noted piiysluMsh id announce thatho had Iowa farmers last year raised enoutrn overgrown boy, who had been absent made i'.tt3(Bi any certain organ or of tho body.ornmko his sign larger corn to pay off all tho farm mortgages in a day: "Miss Pleas exguso Frank than tho codo sue, though ho may havo tho State and leave a balance of 100,000,000 for bean absent yesterdiiy as ho had practiced medicine and been a leader in all bushelo. Sold by nil dtUBKlsts. f 1; six for V. Prepared only to help his father kill tho other hog medical couusels, notwithstanding all this, It is no longer necess to tako bluo pills byCiHOODgp,, Apothecaries. Lowell, Class. His Mother." If ho should presume to advertiso and de- to rouse tno liver to ac fi6ffJ$nrtor'&Littrd" IOO Doses One K5o!!ar An Englishman has produced a cline to givo his discovery to tho public, ho Liver Pills are muclibottgr'pontprgot til is would bo pronounced u quack and ahum-bug- , pieco of mechanism containing four although ha ni.vy havo spent his entlro hundred figures representing horses, life and all his available funds in perfecting cannon, artillery, infantry, and a band his investigations" Again wosuy, "absuid." men, each with an instruof fifty-tw- o wind-miturned by tho Is H an ulcer is found upon "one's arm, and ment. A tiny some dear old grandmother, cured The Latest, Current Cures. current from burning candles furnishes outside ofby code, it will bo pronounced tho power to move all tho figures by tho medical profelon an ulcer of little On Crutches. tho Forney, 7x., June 23,'18tJ. The Great Liver anil Stomach Remefly Wi on crctchei from rbennatlim (or ttre importance. IJutif treated under the code, automatically. Donthi, one bottle Bt. Jacobs Oil cured ne Ho sleepless n lits for a month, with causing return In two ytari. J. 5. WOOD, J. P. Tho average Russian is said to tho For tho euro of all dlsordors of went, viz., plasters, Since tlio War. WayneiTlllo, 0., Jure SO, 'SS. a. thb STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, from ton to twolve glasses of tea washes, drink lUd hid rhtumitlita ilnce the war In fcute: it i morphine, arsenic NERVOUS vtar i go two appllcatlona Gt. Jacobi Oilcurtdmi. KIDNEYS, BLADDER, a day. Every Russian merchant has and othc JMubbtitnrcs, given to prevent K. KILEON. Ho return ince; ,D.SEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, , and blood poisoning or do idea pain, and yet the No Slrcnj. in his counting-rooma tea-ur- n Qrtenvllle, 0., Juna 9, 1CC5. HEADACHE, C O Pi ST I PATION, and amputation Walked the floor at night, luCerlng with rhao tho lawyer or mechanic goes out to his ulcer beromes malignant, to save life, yet COSTIVEKESS, INDIGESTION, ciatlim; no relief, tried St. Jacobi Oil, half a batis made necessary at last tle cured me. Mo return In ytare. J. C. VTE&VtB. cafe for tea as often as the German all dona according to the "isms" of the BILIOUSNESS, FEVER, INFLAW1A-tlOfor beer or tho Lrenchman for wine. medical code, this is much moro gratifying At mttracitTS and llEAi.rns of tho BOWELS, PILES and a'.l dorangoments of tho Internal At tho cafes at all hours of the day to tho medical profession, and adds moro THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltlmori.MiS. J Vlocora. Purely Vcgotablo, connnd night one can sco great crowds of dignity to that distinguished order than to taining no morcury, minoral3, or bo cured by tho dear old grandmother's people hipping tea. DELETERIOUS DRUCS. remedy. express train As the north-boun- d This uppears he a sovere arraignment, PERFECT DlCEST.O?J will pulled out of the station ntXorman, I. yet we believe it it expresses the true bo accomplished by taking RAD wero standing of the ir lic.il profession in regard tho passengers TVJ $'$cently WAY'S PILLS. By so doing of their red to remedies tho sight of a lynching by special "isms."disuHiof thooutsideperplexing treated One most the citizorfqf that town. The (people things of the day is the popularity of certain had captured' O; horse thief and taken remedies, cspocial'y Warner's Safoj Cure, him to a telegraph pole.ncnr tho rail- which wo lijf lor sale everywhere. Tho FOUL STOMSICK HEADACHE, standing physician oAc ACH, BILIOUSNESS, will bo avoid- road to bang him. It was, daylight, and to concede itsTen highestsustain the is ready theories uiid od, and tho food that lo oaton con- none of tho lynchers, wore disguised. the proprietor0. made that is, that It ii.jji nun iiimuiu no i.uuiioi.illb Just as the train started the man was benefits in most pi tho ailments of tho hu 'f9rtjtjb,f i support of tho natural op . man system becausoit assists inputting tho strung up. waste of tho .body. Prico 25c. por box'." ALL DRUOOiSTS. Tho Surrogate of Suffolk County. kidneys in proper condition, thereby aiding la throwing off tho impurities of jjib blood, 9 New York, 'lately admitted to probate while othorsfwth less honesty and Mtlt"ftnd Compound Syrup of With 'Rrtrnct of and nro willing to sco their iIvunnliiKnhttps. Htiros fonsiuuntlnn. llmurhltls. a rather novel will, that of Richard L. scientifically, and according to CoUKhs.Cilds. Scrofula and' ill Wastlntt l)lencs. H.VCITO-311Peters, of Southold, fL. I. It directs patient dio AVIS., It l us (ileUKtiut uud itiitutublu to tuku im " MANUrACTVIiriVI ' the inveslment.of a sum of money, tho tuo code, rather than , havo him cured by this honey. "" .V IteatrengtUeuluirefriscta nrc:nlmoit Immu used in keep- giyat remedy. that tho popularity of tho income of which shall be Ytt we notice e ing his grave covered with growing medicine continues to growvear by year. dlate. enme up to It does not lifter lielnar neeert Iteclfam othi ; evj kffi. mEm V ivnllt cd,( Another request is that a rhodiMcoveiiir comes boldly beforotho flowers. (In. merits, and''prchum8 them er Eniillelou curtulnly sum bo invested at compound inton t j "It I en our opinion much moro C)I.K.U trreiit producer of IIOXK nml MtJ.Sthe lllood, nnd pntlvntirulu for one hundred years. Thjw'lncipaj an who, par- - rapidly iiirltia while tnUln In wr.lght . "1 ..l . r ' ....;-..fVB time n'Tu to i3e usTkI to ereci, a monu :atasliophe, aJJiJLiniiueq to seta bone nlivnya reinlv, nlw iij-- i itnlu.T.iKl tlinjC never mam ts'SiatfS'SE? i hue n tlitcli, irniniiiy iitnl ifreney Hl.hll utthe. ment and celebrate the centepnial Of jf an arm ofa finger, which ho does with top to np.ct tho l'ATir.y'N BTOtlACU, i jreat dignity, yptnrery soon .after takes tho It la need tu'tjil the loadlinr Hospltiile. his death. dberty to chiQbrthe editor's back stairs at 2 It la prescribed by the moet Citnuiln. In Egypt ladies used to carry their )'cloclc in tho "morning to have it announced clntia In the United Htutes nndeminent phyel- - Portftblo. fltiulonary and Traction KnRlnei, HEP AKATOKN, llorje 1'owurn. Tri.itirrowor,and devotion for their feline pots so far as .n tho morning parcr that "Dr. AAV Mll.li Machinery. J2Bkm kohlakqh Ak your Dnik'tflst for It. and take no other.' ,andomuCatau)qui:,.maili!0 ritEli. to go into mourning for them when was in attendance,'; thus securing for his J. A.'MAGIE & CO., TjawrcnceHiabs. - ( W.VASIE1HIS rArnteiHjIlineioileilu. they died by shaving off their eye- scnetit a beautifuViJnd freo advertisement. Wo to brows Favorite cats used to bo em- I which shall leave itand our readers to say moro houorablo. is tho wiser balmed, too, and I know of no quainter GREAMBALtV M. Cakxot, President of tho French Reor more grotesque objects 'than tho public, of tlio present rcciti'rntloii. It is Tor lis T uv mummified cats which may be seen at ers. It is a whist player of whist playsurprised CMIl'CUlltl itM UltUtKlllIltS, Nivic 8U(1 fsaho one relaxation ho nllows himuklng Ely's uelic, Cunstitiutiuu unil I'ilcs, that tho IJritish Museum. Even now cats self' from thoiduties of his oftlco. barring after are held in high esteem in Egypt, and an occasional visit to tho theater or the Cream Ualm tun , opeia. monllia-t- o Jln thq in at leaht one of the Khedive's palaces At Troy. N. y., 10,000 persons .work on riffMnioW, nhlch at. Cairo there is a free ration distribCollins and cuffs, and tllfch' , wJ;os aro U'flsf ford for 20 uted every day to any cats that may OF GENERAL INTEREST. "EDITOR'S BACK STAIRS." Xmto Tho InturoMtliiR VIous "f tlio T. That Tired Feeling advor-tisoracnt- s. nro-00- 3 Hood's SarsapanHa llox-bur- y the Weak Strong Urook-lyn.N.- y m jftTr dls-eas- o Hood's' Sarsaparalla ll on For 3Rlirm&tis;iii. UAigABs scictit ipT. , N W t 1 Dyspepsia, SOLy , ) W-- expor-lencoderid- e, I i'"&SE;L H. 00; - EC peo-pl- o wlfc-Jt- sf :.nef ul, -- rl ...... .. ,..---- aZaF k o ! DysBBBSla is f lie e , rmfvmm J the autocrat's hat, looked at tho number inside, then hi own, and said, very demurely: "I read something in the paper the other day about tho size of great men's heads, and I thought I'd liko to know the sio of your'n. JJut what bothers me is my head's the biggest of the two!" It is told that ono day, going down (Gloucester, Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes sat in tho front seat of tho car and entertained a with some of his brilliant talk. A countryman, sitting in tho little corner scat before thorn, overheard tho conversation, and finally loaned over, took to fellow-ptissong- Manuring in tho hill is a triileliko heaping manure about tho stem of a fruit tree. Hotter spread it out as far ular use of cigarettes by boys wouFd as the roots extenU. result in the loss of will power. care to apply. Tho Rritish Postmaster-Generreports that last year ;591.GC'' person" in this country sent money by postal order to relatives in Great Britain and Ireland, tho total sum amounting to .'?.r,2,;0,000, while 78.il 10 persons in Canada sent over $1,000,000 in tho same way, and tho total sum sent in that way from Australia, tho United States and South Africa in tho year was over 0,000,000, or an average of over 0 a day, coming from G3.,2.j0 persons. A writer thinks this shows what filial regard tho British race has or tho parents left behind. "Notes and Queries" tolls that .ards, which wero invented at the close of tho fourteenth century, wero originally very different from tho-.- in ue at present. In shapo they wero square, and instead of suits of spades, clubs, hearts and diamonds, their marks were rabbits, pinks, roses and flowers of columbine. Tho figured cards were very prettily devised, a queen riding on horseback with a rabbit beside her, marked tho queen of rabbits or of g man. club. A dres.od and standing in a strange altitude, with a pink bolide him. signified tho knave of pinks or diamonds. At a hearing before tho Committee of Education of tho Michigan Legislature on tho subject of the cflect of tobacco on youths, It was stated that in reply to circulars two hundred doctors had each cited ono or moro cases of boys being dwarfed, made insane, killed or rendered incapable of speech. The professors of Michigan University tiMiiicd that otherwise bright student's were made dull and stupid by the us-of the oigaretta, and that in many cases tho povor of hearing had been seriously affected. Tlioy ul-- o said that in nine casos. out of ten ilio regal 30,-00o rustic-lookingro-tepquo- ly ,uK),00JiuiuunBv. company havo rVceivcd an order for 11.000,000 woodcu butter dished from a St. Louis house. A Mi'MFSirri rycais, Km ojKnzand pte ok the other. I ifcclvcnl thankful. ?jv fl. C) fey uuhajn, J'"-"HU"l eases pain. A wouKixo-M,vin l'ittsburgh has patented a new submarine ram that will piorco tho side ol tlio heaviest irouclad. should bo plunged Into) spirits of cuinpior, nnd kept there uvo minutes; this prevents tue blister and Blood-iilisti::- SMMimilutol'uiitl. KK"ljiiif;orgaituiCU. &f-ELV- art speedily and uonMy on lio He-Jt- i o organs, piin tltctn (no tint viyorto Iinvc becottio no furnouo. Tlioy ER partUlel appllcdjliito each noetrll and Is a crec-- t able I'rlooVlfeilta-nrdriipUtS- ! by mitll, rfrglst red. (Wunt. W Warren bt , New Yorlr. In lSB&I contrdctcd Bloo;l Poison Ol bnd type, ami was trculLd llli A Oflice, 44 Milrrny St., XoV Yorlc.. M'i n VN M fcH Sold JSverytu-Sicre- . KV' J UUi ftkV,. OT IMi TH5 MARKETS. ijivjjtsxuuK uawc uoinmou?! u Choice butoliers .1 IIOGS-Comia- on,.. mlxturc.Rrowingworso all tho time. 1 toolc 7 small bottles S. H. S. w hide cured iie .yitirdy, nnd no eign ol tho drcaaWt'fllscaso has returnee?. , "Vs.v. ..NANCE-J ihcrtury,potnsh nr.d laaaasziatz ;':fTCTyW,yyTO8g';'-'- l Cincinnati. .tVpiil 2(5. (ft 2 75 (To (Li Good n.ick'irs.Crs. Slinui' .iood to c1o(oc... I.AMHS (looil to choice.., lVLOUU-F.im- .... 4 0) 4 50 .. 4 50 09 i,ua 1 1 5 f,0 j , CHAIN WhiMtNp.S ird ily .. n :o d li) u o Oj y b5 w 5 00 .. . 81 30 Xi 48 No. a red Com No. i! mixed 0.u No. a niixi'd Ke-N- .. ...11 & .... ....11) u (jft 1J.I2 8) iir SJ7 'Vvd mmfy , o. y .7) (X) HAY I'iIiiii- to T( U AC'CO Medium leaf .... liooil leaf - PROVISIONS rorkMrss ....13 (10 .... 0 8j Lard Pi imo steam nUTTim-niol- cc ... 10 dairy ih Pilmo to choice creanicty., .... 1 T5) APPLliS Pilmc, per hbl POTATOUsi-Pcrbu- ...ir, '0 Hin (m (, r- M hi 0l)r fiftl!) Zi 0 tk j. i r.nd IHO&felOUXTAIN IIOUTE. are tho moit i71oLjbyllIo, In-JJen. 10, '80. nil tho direct umltlieOMUY LI N ES lo.;iTb Adjiccnt to vtMneivtiinf uHinllnp ''TMyfiWa.r.Icco h idvliifq swelling to itufJiyfliLCUcnt tlr.t sltaJCyi con. .'Ailsvnr Cl(h', Wiiitlehl, Anthony A; Kloun 'Pifn .SOU'rilhl.V KANSAS, nnrt Ft. Sin Uli and linen to ino iiru lor a hmtf Jlorothaii 0 jiitcea of bor.o'twia, WnEcmcr on the lionhrs of AUKANSAS und tfattfi .NOIAN TKHUIXOltV.lhebeatuC rillloUOH-'OA?Jutof her Jc', and fh doctors KQUII'ilKUT. NO DISCOMFOUTS mill nmnutniion waii'io oniy cwicuy tu Bftoh( rlllc. I rerni'bd thebberatlon OUWCaifrXRllli:. i I'OLDnit coutalnini; a BSp-riiilput lior on J.S.S. find tho is now CORRtfCTMAP nd G0MPLETE DESCR1PTI0K liillliiiMeiivuuiiuiuu9;uuiic'Ui.ui of theti,'mniny,f WjQX aiiV child allies AnnhtOkhsling. of the cojntry, call on or aJdref nny TMUIt'ii.NU. Columbus, Ga. sgLntl.or Feb. 11, 89. ' ill. U. General Paipt ngcr aiilTlcVet Atrent. ijti LoVli, Mo. Bool: on Bldod Dl'cafes sent free. U Ir The MIS&OdRI PAGIFIGRR. ,'feVtJT O ) Co. Atlanta, Ga. & ELS BE IS tA 814 3(J Bh qe sh ... a'J& 64 i S. FARMING REGIONS IF U3ED DSFORE NKW YORIC FLOUR-Statoa- URAIN nd Vhput-No.3- Western..., rcd 3 31 17 a i No. 1 n d Coin No. : inWori. now M ved O.H POlUC-N- uw muss ..... . LAICU hi HMGHILD U 77'i 01 fta OtA.i ; r St BSOTIM CONPINEMCKT. M'Ait.TJnVitiicjr,' i ...18 0J lUJAIni:i,I JTNAyC Book tnia Wisturn SV?3"1 is ItKtU I.ATOIt C:...ATIA.VrA, QA. Sor ii iiv am. nrtfoofeii. 1'AI'I.R enry Unij jca jFtite. i t I . to "S!orll. ' ( NKBItASKA. ISAXSAS, rOMHCAIJOlind rui.i; (iovKUNMi.NT akii iniitii i...vnu. Dix'mi'rivBCiucui.Au AMni M.i'. MI i'jii:i: o.v awmpation to X. S. KVhTIS, G r. A.. C. II. & Q. it. a., Chlcaao. vny Uu.jou wnie. of vviMir. r Illia fAl'Il URAIN Wheat No. n.orn -- Wisconsin wa ntor led :o. u CIl'lCAOO. Tl Chicago spririff..,...,....-Cor- n Olltr POIMC-M- iss. No. a . .g, So. ...V. .,.' ..-- '& ui'i'ift hi hi '."."i bo ilj.vilij. .TMi'nTii .1.,. . FLOUK-rnm- Uv ..c:..i. iVV li v,.., J ;:r 6fl Q, itkiiwttQiiK tlO Sh J Coin-Mn- eu.,. ! Ui&$ 13 BV M'i 3.' W lleilsns. Sae, I.iuht Foot-Pacr Machinery, aoJ all Stamlaitl and tho latest Improved Labor Sivliu Tol,netr hefnro 'lllnitrntcd. Our Catalogue li the moit complete yr offered to Mechanics, and describes the larfcit variety of Tools 'An canalnailon of ita coutcnte will crrn Inco you of Its correctness. It, contains up. ward of 1.000 Illustrations, and will In ecnt tl nny address, H. DKSCU AUKIt, on receipt of i cents for postnire. 3Ji Bluo Island Aru, C'hlcae0, Ul. THIS pamilnr unil of louifliuidui. 'iil(.K hnlcs, no cnpllnl Hqulioil. ImiulM' tlia .'oriuni ( Inl slundtui; of mil' liouce. )tahllhiNl ISM Writ.) for purtlciiliirii. .'ili'loflin; Satnined aitdifsned umuloiio Kni;ratr t'(i'.lnrretfi Mouldcm. ElailtlltihLis. blattn. htuLa XIIE Jti:r.NO!.lh .v itUV.NOL.US CO., lujto". O.' Cutlpm, Mi.oni, Hi icklayert, I'luiUrcri, Diauclitiipen. 3NAM THIS I'AIEIt e.JJ Urn I ;gu irrlls V,uoue and etc., etc, hcioll for Carptntsr. CaUnet. Paticrn. Piano and Ship itnol Maktu, MIIVSi arpentere, I oopire, CarMfK, Ui fiicb town to ,.. I'lFPIAi.I.aro .uell a COM. ...... ai.r.sri'r ..."....". rommliloii,.. A LIVE CANVASSER 5a PAl'En ...tllQ. joum 19. every county. Wit to Sill nnr 1I17 nnillv mndc. White chuck a:ji hkcuur hkst Txaiti. AM) MODKl. KUIJB. T. 11. roitV, Clllcur.Alt I,aVC(H!IC & CO., Indlituufoollk, IlluUU, ii AMU JUiO I'AtTAlk CTIrJ U3f jouniii. ill SFBll 'JBffiVRNNXtir m m AGENTS WANTED In i.Al;-- rOIlv-- Mc .. imeti Z 13 50 HOtJS TTU;F,i ih ,i,...... st quality .: '...,.' 3 87' i) au 00 4 (ft S3 HI MONTH en n homartework. O'V tO (p2uU inu'tor Ai'oiitsnrclorrednho can n horno nnd kIvo their nholu time to (inionifintiimiy bo profitably era- A few vuo inclosln towns mid cltlf. 1. l.lou.VM)Ni lOou.MnhiSt..Klchmond,Va Kllhuttituiplnynl also.' Xertrmhiiitibnul Minting Ifniiijinc reply l om 'fA. Afim "Or LI:, U. J. C'9. OOin&UK Uli."5u0T5 :5 theliiiliH's, hIho. fnniNli , Procured iLiM.ly, r panilM()ii 9 pm HOJIAKAPOLISL GUA Coin Oats. OKA IN red MI.cU Mixed ('.. Claim Agency for AUiIrcaa P. H. FITZOERAT.n. WttteinhoWli-u.liidlaivipolU- , uonnyI,aivj ii'.ni IS paB tViKlou and ritEB. U. K. r.irutftrjiiBit yetrt)s. Intl. WIS PAl'SR erriai4inl) Ql , t rr.oui: wo. Muas .im LOUISVILMi i a POltK L.AKU-Slc- Wheat. No. Coin Miinl.., Otits Mlvoii... red v m c at r CA It i- 355$ (hi 27 M!K0L a o) I'M BlffN Cni. r.t.ifci.. .!... -- 1. n Tint DUl m I I ifl-?l?5- ;i 1, only mt, 11NTH. also OUlti ileaxeo. ' Cin. iinnKnn Wanted In crr.r cmidIt. Flirewdnen toaettinlirlrmrucliori. In our Htcret rlrrlce. Experience not neces.ary. Ben t ?. siann DETECTBVES Samples worth A TO S8 LineDAY. under honeV foot. $2.15 not Wilt n-nu- ii GrannanDctectlveBureauCo. 44 Arcade, Clnoinnatl.O. aw eja V1ri'r? lsiAikrT31 1 'Ul'W Ui5C2T'f HriittvjiTjff'- ''J'iU'A'" r - - FREE. UllliMfcTEIlSiFirry mis fafeu mn IIEIN lOLIIF.UCO..Il(illrlalti. omt wiiu. h .,-- , -- - r 0 DIVIDING THE SPOILS. Tho llopub'.lciui Itlo.i ,,i' Reform and l'olttlcul Honesty. It is very ovidetit that tho spirit which, in tho days when Mr. Blaine Clvll-Scrvlco conscious of, and ho is getting ready to vigorously protest against it. Ho is not less tho victim of the stool trust, SLAVE TRADE. How tho Nofurlom Trafllc Is Carried On By AFRICA'S Tho Paris Temps published tho other day a letter from Arabia giving somo dotails in regard to tho slave markets in Hodoida and other towns. It isr said that tho Turkish Government closes its eyes to the traffic, and that consequently slavery nourishes with little or no obstruction. Tho few vessels scattered along tho great distance from Zanzibar to Suaklm aro utterly inadequate for tlio purpose of suppressing tho trade. To exerciso an olfcotlvo surveillance a largo fleet of cruisers would be necessary, involving, of course, an immonao expense. The captains of tho slavers aro thoroughly skilled in the methods of For concealing theirjawxdpndise. example, when a war shpvjs approaching tho slaves aro thrown it? .the bottom of tho hold, and barrels and bales and all sorts of things are placed over them, with littlo caro for tho danger of their suffocation. In this way many a slaver escapes as a vossul engaged in an honest business. In the Red Sea thoy employ othor means to escape. Thoy deal principally in childron, and when there is danger of capturo they, put their captives in small boats and land thom on somo island, where thoy coriconl them as best thoy can. Ono of tho difficulties in tho way of stopping this traffic is tho consent of tho In liberty away from Tueir own countries they soo nothing but starvation boforo them, and tho rjvuilt is that many liberated slaves rften resell themselves. Moreover, iey havo a dread of Europeans. Thf.v Arabfl tell them that tho whites eat t'n; blacks. The proper way to 3Jio iramc wouiu oe to commcjjf. vin i:e-- J slave markets, which 'iy tno protection, or at leav,, tlio v ance, ot tno iuricisn Xiovernnn- - t Formerly tho markets wero curried on openly, now thoy are operated secretly, and that is tho only difference. Tlio slavers land tholr merchandise upon some deserted portion of tho coast, and from thero it is brought overland to Hodeida. Every body is infproned of tho arrival. Tho Governor Is tho first to get tho nows. Tho slaves aro placed with agents, who sell them either in tho town itself or in tho int-- , rior. Of course, tho prices vary according to tho quality of tho goods; but of lato years tho prices havo been .considerably raised on account M tho fees which tho merchants aro 9&ligod to pay to tho Turkish officials; Novp.A tholess. a good servo slayejjf-thetnselves. RAILWAY An CAR ETIQUETTE. CHINQ& 'NG SURPRISED; rln Telia What Ho Knows stern Women. 'iri A travolou Jhinoso mandarin who has lately communicated his impressions of tho West to his countrymer. A GUIne Unprincipled Shlp-Otvncr- s. was Speaker, appointed a committee with General Butler at its head, to n war danco on tho princlplo of o reform, is again at tho helm in Washington. Within one month aftor his inauguration, President i Harrison has completely sot at rest all foolish forobodings that his was lo bo a namby-pambadministration. It is already apparent that for the next four years this is to bo a government of tho boys, by tho boys and for tho boys, and that no ono is eligible to share in its beneficenco unless his Republicanism is of the Tom Piatt and block of live brand. When that noble Sunday-Schosuperintendent. Mr. Wann-make- r, was appointed to tho ofllco of Postmastor-Genora- l it was univorsally conceded to bo a business-lik- e stroke of political sagacity, which liquidated a $10,000 obligation on tho ono hand and promised a business- like administration of poslnl busl- 11033 on tho other And in this tho President a ing showed beon grain, butho-havery long head. Mr. Wanamaker's at- so busy preserving his country from tention had been attracted to tho tho hated rebol and tho accursed Britshown by ono John S. Clark-so- n isher that ho really hasn't timo to ox in handling tho mailing lists of tho amino tho facts. lie- has just voted to Voice, tho Prohibition organ in Now keep Up his "homo market" and to York, which ho obtained surrepti- "enable" Mr. Carnegio to pay high tiously, and carried to tho headquar- wages, swootly trustful in tho gilded ters of tho National Campaign Com- promises of tho prophots of high taxes. mittee with tho greatest celority and It Is a' hopeful sign that ho has at last without losing a pieco of tho precious openod his eyes and thrown off his mall matter. Tho Voice made a great lethargy. It bodes no good to tho ado over Mr. Clnrkson's connection kings and barons. Tho onomy in sight with its mailing list, and Mr. Wann-make- r, is tho twino trust, but tho honest farmbeing a prohibitionist, nat- er will prosontly sco behind that tho urally accepted its eulogies of his serried ranks ol tho othor trusts and as a disinterested tribute to combines and protects; and then will Mr. Clarkson's qualifications to hold como the deluge. Meanwhile the hono any placo in tho Departest farmer is doing somo thinking on his own account. Ho is putting two ment lowor than tho Postmnstcr-Gon-oralshifor which ho recognized the and two together and finding out that absolute fitness of only ono merchant tho sum of tho addition is four. When prince in tho United States. There- ho has got far .enough along in his fore, he named Mr. Clarkson as his practical arithmetic to determine that first assistant, and gavo Into his hands if ho gives $1,00,0 worth of wheat for tho power of decapitation and appoint- $."00 worth of goods' ho is out of pocket ment throughout tho Union, reserving the whole difference, whother that o for himsolf tho control of the difference bo collected by tho Governat Philadelphia, lc3ttho business ment for rovonuo or by Mr. Carnegie interests of Wanamaker, lnorchnnt, for protection, it will bo just as well might suffer through tho selection of for statesmen of tho McKlnley and feomo political hack to tend his mails. Randall school to take to tho woods. s In this Mr. Wanamakor demonstrated Tho will bo too hot to hold that ho possessed tho capacity to look thorn. Chicago Nows. out for number one, with which tho DRIFT OF OPINION. world that buys at hid storo has credited Mm., 'Tho colored man's mouth is open - J Mr. "Clarkson know what tho SProsl-uewide. Jmt President Harrison nuts no aijl Mr. Wuyamakor oxpejd oi'' guinirtTTcimKNoriulLahllinallt.T mm, ana was too anxious 10 see tno If Democrats do not win in chips fly to wasto timo caressing tho Ohio thisthe fall it will not bo tho fault ot handlo of tho axocntruledtohiskeop-ing- ; the present Ropublicau Legislature, eo ho.begau laying about him Cincinnati Enquirer. with all tho indiscriminate cnorgy of Mr. an oyo a boy with his first hatohet. Wherever harmoniousWanamakor has making for color. Ho is his ho saw a Democratic postmaster his postmasters of tho same shado as his little axo foil with unorring celerity. postage stamps. Philadelphia Record. Ho never had to strike twice to sovor an President Harrison has shown a offensive partisan head from tho ofllco that supported it. Only ono consid- decided declluo of tho Cleveland standeration restrained him from removing ard of civil servico in Now York b' every Bourbon head with ono fell sweop tho prompt removal of Pearson. of his reoking axe. It was necessary Philadelphia Times. There was great talk about high to make out commissions to fill vacancies as rapidly as these wero made, and wages for labor when tho Ropublican so ho is forced to prolong tho agony. party got into power, but thoro Is now But with his enjoyment of tho task this no prospect of an Increase except In can not bo considered uncongenial ex- the wages of Congressmen. Atlanta tension of his labors. How ho per- Journal. If Mr. Bayard, whoso worst forms liia sharo in tho glorious privenemy ncvor quostioned his absoluto ilege of giving us a mail service may bo gathered from the integrity, had mado his son Chief Examiner of Claims in tho State DeCongressfollowing of account man Owen of Indiana's visit to partment what would tho Ropublican "1 went in tho press havo said about it? This is what his shambles: day with a long list of Repub- Blaino has done, and Mr. Blnlno's perother lican names I wanted favored and sonal reputation is as bad as Mr. asked that as many Democrats bo Bayard's is good, whilo young Blaino turned out General Clarkson took is notoriously without qualifications my papor, and aftor running over it for tho office. Wo notico that most of hastily said that a now rulo had been tho Ropublican organs aro silent about established by which men in Congress the matter and wo don't wonder! would bo required tosetdownopposlto Indianapolis Sentinel. o e If tho Now York was whore each namo and changes aro desired the amount of to continue to bo conducted on busisalary tho positions pay. I replied ness principles, Mr. Pearson would that if nothing more was required I obviously havo been the man to cono duct it. If it was to bo converted into could boon comply, and stopping picked up a bluo book, and within, a political machine wo know of no ton minutes filled in the twenty or bettor man than Van Cott to take thirty places" whoro tho amount of sal- charge, of it Ho will mako a very ary was required. Then I wont back poor postmaster, and tho dotoriora-tlo- n of tho sorviceis inevitable; but tho to General Clarkson, and ho took a bluo pencil and wrote across tho back Administration is consistent; wo know o of each one, 'appointed.' " This Is tho whoro to find it. Thoro is no reform "nonsonso" about it. way tho thing goes from morning to night ovory day oxcopt Sunday. Tho Any protenso on that score horeaftor clerks filling out tho commissions and can only excito laughter. N. Y. looking up tho bonds are boing over- Times. worked. There aro no reports to tho November Fools Repent. offect that his work has began to tell Tho farmers of tho Ropublican State upon Mr. Clarkson. "Tho labor wo delight in physics pain." Chicago of Kansas aro beginning to wipo the dust from their oyos, and their vision America (Ind.). is bettor now than provious to tho THE TWINE MONOPOLY. Novombor election. They havo just discovered that A Combination Tlmt Ilns Proved Itsolf n trusts aro tho outgrowth of a high Tliorn In tho Farmer's Side. Tho honest farmer is boglnnlng to tariff, and furthormoro, that they aro assemble in indignation meetings, detrimental to their intorest. At a public meeting hold recently, whero ho discusses his wrongs and passes resolutions expressive of his they discovered tho twino trust, and outraged foohngs. Tho twine monop- resolved to unite to crush it. All of oly is a great thorn in tho honest which shows that thoro wero Novemfarmer's side. It is not the only one, ber fools as woll as thoro aro April but it is tho ono that he is the most fools. Hurrisburg (Pa.) Patriot. ox-ccu- to Civil-Servlc- y, mllk-and-wat- or ol tho barbed-wir- o trust, tho oil trust, the impending salt trust, tho coal ring and tho rest of tho robbers who aro entrenched behind our blossod high-tarif- f wall, but ho is used to their exactions 'and rather likos thpm; in fact, ho doesn't soo how his grain could grow and his flocks multiply without the glorious stimulus of protection to the infant Industries of Pennsylvania. But this twlno trust in some mysterious way has chafed his sensibilities; it has gallod him until he winces; it has got him as mad as a wot hon, and ho is indignatlng and rcsoluting with a fire and a copiousness which show that his spirit is not wholly broken, howovor much it may havo been cowed by longstanding abuses not tho less offectivo becauso they were "unporceived by the deluded victim. For a wonder ho has d discovered that twino d doesn't mean wheat; no, not by a jugful. Ho might havo found out somo timo ago, if ho had pleased to inquire, that d lumber, iron, stool, woolens and cot- i wero equally ineffectual in makhigh-pricehigh-pricehigh-pricehigh-priced s eress ,',r Post-Offlc- p, post-olllc- corn-field- , nt " first-clas- s groes from Zauzioar t.ie Soudan aro generally employed as servants. Tho women from Djltnona and Abyssinia are high priced. They are generally pretty, with tolerably clear complexious, and features of the European typo. Thoy fill the harems of A handsome Galla about Arabia. twelve year3 old will sell easily for $120, $150 or oven $200. In Hodeida, whoro there aro two European Consuls, this trade is carried on secretly, but in tho interior it goes on openly. In Lohova, a littlo north of Hodeida, tho slaves aro sold at auction, and tho Lieutenant-Governo- r receives $2 for each slavo that is sold. Moreover, ho gonerally selects one or two for himself out of each new cargo. This functionary does not oven know how to sign his name, and tho Cadi of tho same town deals in Gnllas and Soudanese as tho most legitimate business in tho world. All that tho Turkish Government does against this traffic is to give a color of satisfaction to tho European powers. Lately a Turkish war vossol seized two slavors with 160 negroes; but this is aftor all only a thin vail to cover tho acts which arjoing on every day under tho shelter of tho Ottoman flag. .. fVbehrf ne - post-offic- post-ofllc- out-sld- Civil-Sorvic- About 1,000 slaves aro annually sold at Hodeida, and tho trade is carried on at other points on a much larger scale. "Would you like to retire?" asked a lady of her guest, a somowhat unsophisticated old gentleman making his first visit to tho city. "Would I like to what?" ho asked. "Retire -would you Uko to rotironow?" "Would Iliko to which?" "Rctiro that is, go 'Oh, yes; I boliovo 1 would to bed?" liko to go to bed. It f ft littlo lato to retire or do any othd Hkind of sight- seeing to night, I guess, us country folks git to bed early, you know." m A colored sponkordrow, "laughter and applause" from a largo meeting in Philedolphia tho other day by tho remark: "There is no escaping the fact that tho colored man has a monopoly of tho labor of tho South and will havo for years to come. The negro can Avork moro hours a day for less and wait longer for his pay than any other man living." Precocious offspring ' 'Mamma, when thoro is a now moon what havo thoy dono with tho old ono?" Mamma (aside) "What a talented child! I never thought of asking- what thoy do with tho old moons!" - with which our cars aro usually furnished, and no moro. Where tho car Is not fully occupied, a passenger may, of course till up tho vacant half of his seat with packages and may naturally consider that ho should not be disturbed until the car begins to fill up, but he must remember that ho has no real title to more than half of tho Tho disobliging spirit which many persons show when they aro politely asked to remove their bundles, Is often very annoying to tho new coiner, who feels that ho hns paid for a seat and has a right to occupy one. Still moro unreasonable aro tho people who turn over a seat and oxpeot to occupy four places for two or three passengers when tho rest of tho car is full. They thus compel later comers to take their choico between standing up and enduring tho doublo discomfort of riding backward and of intruding themselves into a group of friends into a sort of private box, as it wero. A quarrel arose out of just this stato of things in a railroad car near Boston somo twenty years ago, and tho unpleasant result of it was that ono gentleman lost his temper and struck another in tho face, for which offense ho passed three months in tho Stato prison. Although now comers who take un- of respect Ho Is greatly oxorclsod coupled seats havo right and justico how to describe kissing; the thing or ? their side, they are certainly bound word docs not exist among Chinese, treat those already in possession and accordingly ho is driven to describe 'ith civility., No ono should sit down it. "It is," ho says, "a form of courtyide anothor in a railroad caKwith- - tesy which consists in presenting the t iirst askintr courteously if tho lips to tho lower part of tho chin and 'J&y1 seat bo 'oniwgi'd ,Or without making a sound" again, "children, allowing tho firstp upant an oppor- when visiting their seniors, apply thoir tunity to remove ifys or hor parcels. mouth to tho loft or right lips of the Few things are moVy;' irritating to "a oldor with a smacking noise." Women lady than tho behavior' of a man who as shop attendants, women at homo, plants himself abruptly iu tho seat women with mustaches, then engage besldo hor perhaps sitting on her tho writer's attention, and ho passes on bundlo or her dress withoUl a word of to "at homes," and dances. "Besides preface or apology. Whero a, seat has invitations to dinner thoro aro invita-tion- s to a tea gathering, such as aro boon roversed in order to mako a restingoccasionally given by wealthy mer-place for bundles or for tho 'foot of travelers on tho opposite scat, a chants or distinguished officials. Whon new comer, if ho can find no other un- the timo comes invitations aro sont to occupied placo in tho car, would cer- an equal number of men and womon, tainly be justified in restoring tho seat and after theso aro all assembled, tea v.o its natural uosition and taking ros- - and sugar, milkj bread, and tho like afei'1tf,','ne; politely if it are set out as aids to conversation. Mi''0 :,Hrti',uV',4'v nrotherpilnyitationa. IsossioiToit, If. iytuaWhu. tit-- .'' whouVho host de of an absent passenger ,tQ jkhjjiQrJ-postUrman; is to bo tlie partner or who lea .'os his valise or umbrella to cides what guard his seat, but, per contra, it is what woman, and what womanf what neither fair nor just that a man should man. Then with both arms grasping expect to occupy two seats on a each othor thoy leave their places ir crowded train ono in tho smoking car pairs and leap, skip, posture, and and one in tho ordinary car. Thus, a prance for tholr mutual gratification. gentleman who observes that a seat A man and a woman previously unreserved by a valise remained empty known to ono another may tako part in for quite a length of timo would bo it." London Times. justified in taking possession of it (tho Female Farmers; seat, not tho valise), but it would be Will tho coming young woman bo a polite for him to oiler to vacate it when tho first occupant returned, and farmer? Scattered over he could certainly offor to do so when tho Northwest aro all tho broad prairies of hundreds of he perceived that tho latter was act- truo bluo young heroines, living in small, ing as an escort to a lady sitting on a isolated cabins called shacks, proving up neighboring seat. Good Housekeep- claims, catering homesteads and making money. ing. It is lonesome, dreary business, this living alone on a wild, unsettled prairie, withTRIFLES IN PROVERBS. out a f aco or human form to welcome ono or' cheer one's sontudo, but thero seems to be Characteristic Proclamations of Truths a good many young women who havo tho Old as the World Itsoir. grit to hang to this solitary lifo long "By coming and going, with, a straw enough to provo up a claim at least. Four young ladles in Dakota last year put in its beak, tho bird builds its nest," says the Oji proverb. "A penny hained their heads together and hit upon an ingensecure a (saved) is a penny clear," and "A ious plan, whereby they could each together claim and yet all livo comfortably preen (pin) a day's a groat a year," in ono houso and each bo upon her own land. say tho canny Scotch. "Patching Instead of building four shack3 with ono makes a garment last long," says tho room each, they constructed ono shack with Yoruba proverb; "Ho who does not four rooms, but so nicely planned that each was on a differroom of tho squaro attend to patching will como to want ent quarter section. buildinghad hor own bed Each clothes." Again, "Tho mother of mis- in her own room and in that way each claimchief is no bigger than a midge's ant at night slept upon hor own land. Society ladies of tho city will wonder, not wing," says tho Scotch proverb; and so much how theso young lady settlers got "Littlo sticks kindlo tho fire, but great along without social privileges, as how they ones put it out." Dean Swift says dared live so far away from tho doctors. wittily: "The slitting of ono ear in a Why, bless you thoy nevor thought of being sick. Doctors aro not half so much of a stag hath beon found sufficient to tho defect in a whole forest." household necessity as city peoplo aro in tho And Dr. Johnson characteristically habit of thinking. For all tho. ordinary ills of lifo, tho proclaims tho samo truth thus: "AH roots and horb3 remedies aro knowledge is of itself of somo value. moro effective, and much safer in rosults, Thoro is nothing so minuto or incon- than modern doctors' pills and potions. radical in their effects siderable that I would not rather know Theso latter aro so may better meet tha that, whilo they it than not." When wo read that thoro modern desiro for quick rosults, they is "something to be learned from the frequently permanently injuro tho system, merest trifle," that, is but another way nature rebelling against tho unnatural of saying "Tako caro of tho ponce, and methods employed. It is always safest to follow natural tho pounds will tako caro of themmethods in treating disease. Tho old time selves;" or, "Caro for tho momonts, roots and herbs remedies, which our good and theso will tako caro for tho years." oldlog-cabgrandmothers know so woll Franklin's words further may woll be how to prepare, wero tho best medicines quoted horo: Ho that wastes idly a tho world over knew, bocauso thoy wero groat's worth of his timo per day, ono nature's remedies. needs them. In WarTho modern world day with anothor, wastes tho privilege ner's Log Cabin Remedies, and especially of using ono hundred pounds each day. such as Warner's Log Cabin Barsaparilla Ho that sponds a groat a day Idly, and Warner's Log Cabin Cough and Remedy, tho peoplo of spends idly abovo six pounds a year, havo an opportunity to sccuro tho healthy which is tho price for tho uso of ono medicines which our rugged ancestors used hundred pounds. A small loak will with such splendid rosults. mom sink a groat ship," and "littlo strokes foil great oaks. "Constant dropping Dreadful "It was an awful sight,'" will wear away stonod;" and, "By quoth Mrs. Spriggins. "It was jus diligence and patience tho mouse ate liko ono of thoso horrorscopes you the cablo In two." Way to Fortuno. dream about. "Harpor'a Bazar. sot-te- e. od Observance of It Will Often Savo Ono Not u Little Trouble. .Ono of the most fruitful themes of contention in railway carriages undoubtedly arises from tho tendency of travelers to occupy moro scats than rightfully belong to thom. On this point, howovor, tho law is very clear. Each porson hits a right to ono seat-t- hat is, to one-haof the doublo seat lf g ? v" doals with groat particularity with tha position and1 treatment of women in Europe Theso surprised him beyond measure. Thus the notion of husband and wifo walking arm In arm in public places fills him with amuseraont. "Nobody smiles at it," ho says, "and oven a husband may perform any menial task in his wife's prosence, yot no ona will lnugh at him." Then, again, tha notion of mon standing aside to lot a woman pass, and tho codo of pdlitone33 which roquires mon to mako way for a woman, aro to him incomprehensible. In China when tho men aro- gorged Jho women dino off tho scraps;, but la tho Wost "at meal-tlm- o tho mon must wait until tho women are seated, and then tako ono aftor anothor their places, and tho samo rulo must bo when tho meal Is finished." Western women havo curious notlon3 about dress and appearanco. "Thoy sot storo by a largo bust and slender waist, but while tho waist can bo compressed, tho bust can not naturally be enlarged; tho, majority havo a wicker contrivance mado which is concealed undor the bodice' on cithor eido, and is considered an adornIf a woman is ment she will publicly mount spectacles. Even young girls in their teens pass thus along tho streets, and it is not regarded as strange." As for low dresses, ho observes in bewilderment that women going to court regard a baro skin as a mark short-Dightc- d, o, solf-relinn- t, 1 pro-paga- to 0 Con-iumpti- to-da- y ) ij II r, --- gtr The Winchester Sun, a republican papor, migLt not hnvo meant if, but .xMot'T VCKNOV, Ky. this is whnt it said: MM Convenient to llailroad Depot. l!ap;ar PINE HILL "Sot a thief to catch a thief, then House libftorrcd fteo. Porters meet all trains da Andrew Bukcr, has returned .from if you want to know the true inwardand night. ffil'M V?W EH WBUa Bouse rineville. ness of matters at our Stalo capital Jilt. portion John Luntz, leaves us, and moves put some hawkoyed .Republican in, V'anddrpool House, Vernon, and you can bet there will bo an airing to your city CIUB ORCHARD, KY This hotel is situated on the south of the dilapidated linen about the old TOB STOREIiOUSB Jarrcs Baker, sold to Geutiy Bros, side oftho L. &ST. R. R., opposite State House." two horses for 200. U 20xG0 with back room and cellar the depot, and still main! aim its fin The editor of the Sua would doubt reputation. All trains met' with an . in of til i n r .nnin nn Sflnnnrl flnnr . .uw i .VS. C. Warrironp, of AVnrior, Ala less got mad if some one should nomomnibus. Charges rcaaonable. 9yl r; U.i TO was hero ou business this woelr. inate him for a State oiiiceou the re.s xj'LI With the assistance of Mr. Conk, cur publican ticket. Paducah Standard. G. W M'CLURE. C.C. WILLIAMS I," A Consists of a tuo a.ory front of six Sunday pebool is prospering nicely. MoLURE&WfLr.fAMS, ' Tha information that Looter Tansor rooms and halliwAining room, Geo. Joi cp, formly of thi placo but intnJ3 to supplant even the Dcin ucUiding'goodywhle md garden with ATTOHJVEYSAT late of Pitt-bufell from a trie last i craiic doctors or, tho Buaida f Pen- a fi'io cistern back iu f.ul. MT. VPKNQ KY. Office in cult ,7.1101199 ,yatd. Spoin Friday, ii.i-- died that night, lie was sion examiners is convincing proof t'bat Tad above property is so arranoe attentiin given, o Election1. endeavoring to catch somo young squir-re)- tho malodorous corporal is or was the that they can ba usect seperatcly or from near the top oftho tree. We identical boy described by a popular n connection with each other, and is MinrnbvwnruflnL,i . j 7raujLCnr- TS-3LADEKS' FAxO.lBTE. wes very sorry to hear of the young minstrel. Tho father of this youngster the most desirable town property in NEVEIl OTIT OF ORDER. SO30L If you ut io was much concerned about choosing a the mountains for business' and r. ee man's death. I'ltto Un' tvvnu askotirniiit ur iour (.niloiii'nftuit, an LONDOX, KY. writo piicc. ltvrni4Mii ' vocation tor him anJ devised a plan to dence combined. nn tncd. direct to F. B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. owjsnjs xaiiiXi determine what he was fit for. The NEW HOMESEWLNG BWCiiiNE &CRASCE.MASSL n Tina old mid man was old "Win. MuNew, the saw-miIvitil , ; MT VERNON gentleman placed on a (able iu the tn sago - Za UNION GnUflRsK.Y- :- UALLH5 still maintaining its fino rep itaij . sa with us Sunday, Tr. ati ANTi "n I tn. '.r. ... ;.lUrJ ""'rllllCITjrii family-roor.r. ill. . Loiif a Bible, an applo and a !i RIGTORY- All trains met. Spvc'ul at ton will preach at silver dollar. His idea was to Rov. James Iliatt, 'J he send the signed also offer for pale tion to ilia traveling pubhe. Cnurs tho ? boy into tho room by himself, wait low Uliestnnt Ridge school-hous- e rea'Muilde. ()1 a the prc rv knowu as tho Mt. Ver4 o'clock p. m. Sunday in May at minutes aud suddenly open tho door to non Furniturrxvjfy, now in go id he observe what he Was doing; If the Uucle Dick Martin, (aged 100 running order and vl prepared to J. G. CARTER, says) and Miss Katie Anderson, were youth was reading the Bible, the father manufacture medium cheap and married last Sunday, at 4 o'clock p. m. reasonod that it would indicate au ap- Furniture wood other and MOUNT VEItNON, KY. wc wish them good luck and hopo they titude for the ministry and he would being detail", work in all may prosper in their young days Office in Court Square. make him a pieachei: it he waseatino equipped a circular saw with tho apple he would bring him up as a mill, planing and flooring machine, Simo nhickei Xheives a few days D3. . S. BURDETTE, since 'i ' "p their abode in the Chest farmer, and herfwas fingoring the cut-ofand splitting baws, band and ' mo tor ohelter and money he would give him a business jig scroll saw, tenoniug, mortisnui 'lithe training.. Carrying out preliminary ing and boring machines, friezer and 'coi,n'l lhi,ir duu.w! without cleanBRODHEAD, KY. fi Has had an oxpjrieuc o( ov-jhe part of arrangoment8 of his schemes the expec groove-sarounding machines, rod, ing anu after eating tant father walked into the room aud clamps, &c. New and ample water teen yean, ?nd lrn s'lcciif'tUv tro i heir meat, hung tho remainder up to ed hundreds of cses. Sprcial attop HI the wall by the neck, only to be de- beheld the boy sitting on the Bible, facilities have been rccrtly added to tion io given to tho tiiiiimeitt '.fall pg'-v-?-, Wffl - nuDcningine apple ana withvthe dollar the works; and king situated conven voured by some of the church memdiseases of the eye and car. Namo1 hf--&j- f jg inmspocket. With a look of disgust tho font to almost every variety of timber aud addresses of patients cured given bois there latt Sunday. H parent exclaimed: ''He's a- -fi hog; jn abundance and having an establish- - on application, if desired. . nif Lazarus Rose, of Lagrange, Iud., i U mal;e him a poltician!" And tho ed for trade all its products, make this was thought to be a pour man. After boy grew 'tp tc be a Pen&iou ComDr. A. CI. LOVELL, opportunity to run a manufacturing his death $50,000 in notes and mort- missioner. Cdurier Jn urnal. establishment profitably with moderSurgeon Tho SIMPLEST. The BEST. gages wore found in an old leather 'A train in Arizona was boarded by ate capital. JIOUNT VERNON, KY. Agents wanted In Unoccupied Terbelt. who went robbers, through tho ritory. TVrito for Terms. The object Office North Side of Main St. 7r. It Las been settle! that ali' the dem luckless passengers. One of tbem Amoricaji Sowing Machine Co, )rtoss to ccrats holding presidenfal ofRoes in happened to be a Hebrew "druinmer" WfrfLntl&L be boU Ul West Sixth Strcot, S. C. DAVJS, ) the Trecsury departmentlwill have to from New York, Wturu - - M MOUNTAIN Lm iijiiamMittamxMB TtrJStiy.vtrJ-iaij- . Hew" ontb Hotel Store DweUing business and Lot and in the to-da- Kentucky. - of iWll - - im LAW IffHf 'V r, ( l 8 -- ZJoiflSO I ll F1I1TO w.'ll-knw- m - Ti.-i- - , ATTORjVEYAT L'lW F bt-s- t w r VuSrJuuitm " -- ... 0 Jf Leads the World Physician aud -- is a partnership of this sale fljw-rv&c- kft V"A-- ' H-- if j 71 M-"- 'cal year, July. 1 oftlie " Rail -- - '.fMHL The'.mau who S7ent into Oklahoma With a agon load of coffins has a! .'ready found a use for some of them. "He got stranded where there was no wood, and ho had to break them up for firewood. O. T rapid lj took $4 from pilo and placed it in his pocket. What do you mean by that ?" asked the rober, as he toyed with his revolver. Hurriedly came the answer: "Mine freut, you Burcly vould not refuse me 2 per zent. discount on a strictly cash transaction like dis?" further infoipiation, Address J. exohunge fo Louisville City property- For ' dt aS vatSffPnff as ht vyjJPhysician and, U&IUIAJZIUU WJ Superilfi- - CIHORSAIh DA-rI- B r, omor 661 ,fc Jas. Mabet, J. E. Vowels, Or (' 0 Mt. Vernon, MOUNT VERNONV, door below Ofllco first JIcKinzio't store. Having mado a special study of diseases of oliildren, I am now cropaitd to troat thorn after tho latest and most approved the ory Thankinc ' tho irood neoplo for past fa vors, and hoping to'rcceivcra liberal sharo Ui tho future, Turn as over ready and willing to boy calls. SJUIlUUUO) ' - KENTUCKY Wtl 'E, Anon', 3 THE' ODELL TMfllfl f P. Lewis, a New York clerk, Henrietta (lecturing her wayward who couldn't support his mother in couein( "Some young men never oan the stylo he da3ired, sent printed invisay 'No.' " tations lo'his friends 'to attond ''his Jack (unabashod ("And some funeral, and theo, iu full oveni )g girls can never say 'Yes.' " dress, drowned hiniEelf 'in the reservoir at Central Park. Those gloves are all right and I'l1 " said an irate One of theDftumark's'paisengers de. not send them back, s merchant. clares that he over heard u conversa"All right are they? Well there is tion botweca officers oi the lost vessel, iu certainly one of them that is not all." whiech they indicated in a most decided "Which is that?" . rnauuer that the Danmark had put to "Tho loft ono." sea in' n deplorable condition, and that "Say, pa, 1 thought you" said the she would never reach her destination other day tho ichthyosaurus was A man entered Collins & Son's! an extinct that animal." Lank at Ventura, Cal., and worked "'So I did, son." the poverty racket on! "Well, it is not. or else mother 'the cashier. MaCarthy, the would-be- : dont know what she ie talking about." desperado, than seized a tray full of' "Why my son?" "Because I heard her sav to Mrs. snonoyaud cot on his horse. 'The Sheriff ran after him with an empty Maloney over the back fence awhile ago that she would drop in as soon as shotgun, and he surrendered. her old ichthyosaurus came home t m m mind the baby." A speciul to the Cauriei-Journa- lj dry-goddpistol-dyuamit- e I B. Fi3 n, Pineville, Ky. have placed in my hands some of tho choicest mineral lands in Eastern Kentucky. Parties thinking of invest ling will do well to address me 'befoie urchatirg. 1 make thisa specialty Y. A Land For Sale J OWENS, London, Ky. J. J . BEOWJST, M D. Physician, Main Street MOUNT VERNON, KY. Call ai rostotlise, or residence ba ck of jai "? - ' -- SjlW MlfiLF Opjfl engines, 2 fcaw Dentist CRAB ORGKABD, KJDNTUCKY All York and Satisfaction Gnoran eed. t V As 1 ileMro to leave Kentucky I will sell at greutwiciilloca siw inilN complete with 30 wagon1., ox leg wjuton, 3 buck boaul, 1 spriiigS'iigon anil lihrnes .') yoke of cattle, Simile, 1 Iioie, giit inill complete, ami my farm of 3U0 acre- - of knob land well timbered, will sell privately. work-1 Also Land and Stock. l!Q lioio , IjoIIpin and liorso 3LVIIT Haywood, Ky sarlTlr, . BEREA, KY. Will be at "tVil'du: every Wedne? day night until liuther notice. Specia attention given to chronic diseases and diseases of women. Physician and Burgeon, Dr. w. b. pigg, work ai any $100 jraclilne. It combines simplicity with Durability iperd, ea( of oneratkm wears longer without than other niaehinc, 1ms no ink ribbon to bother the operator. Jt is neat, nickel jilatid- - ieifcct and adapted to all kinds of type wi'iting. Like n printing pre-- , it pioduucj sharp, clean, legililu Two to tn coplc, can be madg at on.- wiiting. i:dlt( i yciN, .Mini-te- n hanker-- , .Merchant-- , .Manufacturer-- , Hiuliico .Men, l.tc , cnnnot nuke Invcitiueiit foryl.'i. .ny intelligent jicr-o- u in a wi.-k- . can become a gocd opeiatbi, or a rapid one iu , -- un' tll( ODI5LL ArltlTi:i. Warranted WU1 TY1M3 to do a uo-t- of inanu-eript- s. - two mouth-51,000 offered any operator who can do bet-t(wwi-IcJlli a T pe U'i iter than that d by the ODI-JlX- . r3Keliable Ageut-Iiui- d Sale-me- n w.li.ttd. Special inducement to Dealer-- . Paiepblel, .giving eudor-- e uicnts, Aw., addre the T iio-duce- ODELL TsY-P- WHITER CO. Lako Geneva, AVis. P. O. Box B, Land For Sale I have placed in -re.-iep1 'v j my hands some I will iii:i'l(Fm:i:)onreelcpt good farms oontaing from 27 to 150 I keep always on hand a full line of jpods ot a 2 aoiit "from Columbus, Ind., says;' lA citu NQT20E fora-iml- o tamp, a VLGLTAULIO acres, which I will sell cheap on easy usually kept in a Country store,, and nui n BALM will ki:mo i:TAN FKIX'ICLKS izon of Ilarrieon county, learning ofi 'Our milinery ;'i ids are now open terms. (J . H. ALBRIGHT, 1M.MI'LI. ways verynnxious to cxuuangu them for Caih Ltc, leaving m.orciII, ULAv'K IIU.VDS, the recent mad dog scare in the north- P r.iees li wer tbai th skin oft, clear and beautiknown in Sit 18m3 Brodhead, Ky. ' ful. t ' ; i n :. or roduceov ern part of this county, has sent dii Vornon before. L;'ie Sov.'der. Touch with tliU 'voinpouud the ieft III I havo aldo 'on hand about 130,000 feet of cliet'k. erecliom how to prevent rabies in dogs And poplar lumber that I want hauled from mill fcpeak. the briglit'giow will best iu 4i Ulu to gentlemen of this city. His letter BRODHEAD BROOM FACTOR1 Also ItutriicUoiiK for producing a lxuii-an- t to rail road at Unuh creek. of directions is as follows: ' g'rowh of hair on a hat I head or saiooth I want to idl my farm at cookN st.itlon. 12 W. S. CUMMINS, Propr. "W. D.McGuiiik face. Addrc-- A. D.Snain:i., 00 Auu St. "All dogs have a email white worm 'I'wYoik Brodhead, Ky. Contains about 100 acres, woll watered and at the rot of tho tongue on the under Manufacturer of a line of IJrooms. J. M. WILLLtBI J. WILLIAMS. First well improved. Tornis reasonable. oide, and running lengthwise. Thiy Oulors class Brooms at cut nrlmn. Givo mo promptly attoudod to, J, WILLIAS 'SOIST, e a 9ZtS J. 6 once ".iioiiiu : . L. in'LltS. io ymu worm is the source of all hydrophobja; call h trade In all ptrli. by RBHR DijALKBS IN I'pUcinr our mtchlne. take it out and your dog is safe. The nd locdi nhtn tha ptople rn ira GENERAL mcra, ira vniiacou ireetoona MERCHANDISE, 0RIT DAVIS' Jn, operation is easily performed b) p.rion Iu (tcb locallij.ihe verr belt aifrinr.mftphin tn.r4 l. u tha world, with all tha attachment!. Wll niaku theprcM'iit at m v table a common 3boemaker's awl 4. na trill alto tend rrru cnmn.t mile.- - west of Jit. Vernon and 1 Una of our coitljr and D S! o iN"i)fiinH, in the middle and palling it through. mile- - f of llrodhead at Dpv Go i.rapin. in return we iik tuit you how what we lend, to thoie who $7.bd To Inm'hi: A LiviNd L'ui.r miU north tnijr call at your home, and after ly farm of ii2 acrc, lying 4 'II , Caps Ch'tli'iiu', Hirl'eHie, I have seen it done many times. A your own monthtall Crit wrrJrTniyP jjroiicrir. ihall becomemaehlna B - a jet Ijlack, HI high, of Mt. Vernon, mid 1 Tin-- , NVondoit- - ii"fl Q'i'eu- la inia rrand miles we- -t of Wildte Scotct.mnti taoplit nio'tbc secret about mide after the tit of lim- Vtylu and action, ua- bi e.f.nt.. Q'I eveiyuii 'g which hara run outt before rii'nta ware, , tiuiv 2 .'!0: and come from hoiHe Said farm U mo,tl v in Jtra- -i a mnoutltioldforBOif rritblho fifty yevrs ago. lie said that the byoldCritD.ivi-aiiachmauta, and not aella for kopt in a ii tetontwall mare. Tor full iMlhrrou ec cccei-ar- y GO. Bit,atron.it,moit uir- oiitbuildlbgswith watetaud good pructice wts generally followed in postcw. ,, , ui.cniua m eua notia. All I. or ad inv A Hun retailed on colt until Is paid. or.jhaid. Call ut kJ. iwi.it,it.if. U..b invii nav nnif I. Bl (I Qntl Cln H- .." Scotland, und that man dog outbreaks i..i Inalatall... iii.u. Tk.Aa. .L i. In tha wor'1, and the ' cure Irce tha beet 'modi: 0k dtenieanVlUlir, Ivy.- - . ' MOUNT VERNON KENTUCKY. Jwil$?:f'2'e&ff,h&u ""'hown locether,. America, ''leVCf '(tflcurid it C'rH." Uiodluad, Ivy. ' Y. C HAYES. io tn-i- i PLES ter J Farm F or SaBe H flrst-di- -- flewInr-SIncUln- hea-n- -- 2 1- a- -t Farm ForSale 1- -2 t, '', I)avi-,.T- r. i- d- - 2 -- Si mjE& aatod, Gen' &toft .. . i , tv- - r j53 .Jfl'.MUiSWW mMfwuMffltfkMmnMfe IP MOUNTAIN SIGNAL "Could you give a wan a lift?" ep a scedy-lookip- k- -, W. H. JACKSON & CO., rj man at tha 'in. Baker is very sick. office building. "Jertaily; dor of .fjike THE DRUQ STORE BL C. : MOtTKfT " the.elovatar at the end ol the hall." Containing njnoral: 4Vecn,'t you Our ppoplQ nro now all busy; cither knocking at the r:ido door a moment farming or logging. ago?" iquired St. Peter as he cau peeling About, a week ago James E. Ferrill tiously opened tho main entrance. Yc,sir." u went to tbc bouse of Henry Kainey in. We took therefrom one suit of clothe? "Well yeu catft ca ,and and one pair of Congreas skoes, Mr. have bo use for people who frequent FEED AND Rainey offers $25,00 reward for hiB side doors." Epoch. delivery to McKcejaiL Good people A fair Division of Labor. Emwould do wel,L to look out for him London, !&u., ployer (to new clerk) "This package i'b a deed bent. Has sandy colored IIc of money you'r,c.juat counted .is two Good turnouts and saddle horses al hair, blue eyed, fair, sink ia kit cheek bills short." ways for' hire on reasonable terms cauaod by tooothacho, vo feet nine or New Clerk "Hew do you know?! nondon is the most 'Convenient poin ton inches high, spare made, short You said yeu hadn't counted the, Lo the railroad from which to reach Bandy muataehe, tolerably bad coun- points in 'the Mountain Section. money.", and a .aativo of Tenneaeo. .tenance "I said that to tost your hoaeity. jAbout five or six years ago he married I hardly know what to do about it." of Jasper Rick ells. a "I can help you eat; you take me iRicktlls lives between Mt.;JVerwm into partnership, and I'll do tho steal , Yo wiito .and Purcell school hou-$ing for the firm and you do the lyingj Louisville & Nashville R R.. ,this in tho interest of all good citizen and wo 11 make thisgu hum. Texw tan-bark, JMju das. K. OP ifc B. X WILLIAMS VEKNON, lCENtPDOKT -- la Hendqtmffw .For- - V : Sale Stable, . , iDiaua-s.iEEiiDioinsr- u five-doll- ar -- HeaclyMixeuPiunts, 7iQih, n ml" Vanishes, Dfig-Stote- 3 Puintfe Brushes ina 11 and all Woods tismu kept)' s FistAClass Retail step-daught- er L.&N. PRESCIRPTIONS adRPTrZLY FILLED AT AL HOURS. .GIVE US 4 CALL. 7tJ ,' M k . WINCHESTER, who may come in contact with him. Siftiuge. THROUGH TUUXK LINE vi FLBASANT VAlilET Died, on the 26th, Babe McPheraon, ,of consumption. Prospects for tfrujt aw good, prpvid .ed the catapillara don't eat the trees. Mrs. Jane Parson and Mrs. Lily Taylor wcro visiting Mrs. T. Fish Friday. David Robinson has moved to tho liouse vacib d by We. Proctor, on Wm. McNew's iiirm. Charley Ilolaway has rented and and moyed to tho house whers Jasper Rickels formerly lived, on Anderson Proctor's farm. Yilliamsburg Drug Co: WITH Qcutlomen. About one month ago Pullman Palace Sleepers, I felt run down and experienced a Ions, of appetite and my energy began to JL onisville flag. 1 took one bottle of Hav.is' Iron to Aauviii Tonic prepared by you and at once noticed a great improvement and change Atlanta. Montgomery, lor tne better, and by the time 1 bad Little Book nmsnea tne nottje my appetite was Mobile and New Orleans. completely restored and felt in my ub- Only one ct.nnge to point' In 1 .take great pleasual good health. ure iu reccommending this preparation to those needing a ffrst-clatouio. I decking liomoi uu tue Una ot tnin load will recelT"Very truly, N. P. Smith pecini raies. MTSee Agenti of ihl , Company tor rates, routi Williamsburg, Ky., Dec. 1J, 1888. or writs tic, B. C. DaviB, Agent. T. ATMOR ,G.P.i J i soimi& WEST EPEATING RIFLES SlttGLE SHOT RIFLES, RELQADllNG TOOLS, r'AMjyrufirrtori I i of aIl kinds. MnHWrilMli e BffAMt7FACTUR-- z:V Arkansas and Texas. LouUr Me, si - WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., r 23:a.,vsi5 cojriNr. a arK-.- -I Sma.SL ihiaiubuigh Dug Co. "W . There will bo preaching :n the , month of May at tho following t iraes and places by Rev. Jas. M. Chesnut: On tho first at Calloway sohool-boue- e at 11 o'clock a. in.; on the second al Macedonia at 11 o'clock a. m.; at 3 o'clock p. m. the same day at the a tho the third at Cove school-housKingston Vulley t)il o'clock nf w& on the fourth at iba Chesnut Eidgo church at 11 o'clock a. m. e; Gentlemen: I have used a bottle ot your Keet'e Specific and am so well pleased with itseflects, that I feel it my duty to tell you so and recommend it to others. 1 find that it improved my appetite and removed till sluggishness of feeling, and also improv my complexion, it is the best blood pn- rifier that I have ever used, and I cheerfully recommend it to those who are in need of a irood blood nuriiier. W. PENN,Trav. Pass. Apt., Juntion City, Ky for',feyDipaso1.Illaotro,tcc3.: Cataloc'vx'. .;' MMFTIOlf THIS JPA3PE&. ," . JKASMcKEKZIE. G. & WATT. I ' Yjurir truly,-- - J. fe. Smitlrj -- -- Williamsburg, lty.,Dec. 11, 1889 - 'yr-': -t S. C. Davis, Agent- UND ERTAKER, MT. Col. Dan S. Lamont has beon elect ed Secretary of tho New York Land and Improvement Company. , , In a collision between two freight trains of the Cincinnati Southern road, near Gleninary, Tenn., Wednesday, two men were killed and another fatally injured, v r JThree strikers wero fined $500,, $100Jand$25respcctivelyat Pittsbu'rgi ytsierday, for contempt of court in iuttji faring with workmen who mu'.tr protection of the law. ere Keeps fine Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Linen Bosoms, Cuffs and Collars. Al-- o coffins, a full line of hand-main velvet trimmed and covered either or cambric to suit parties. Price bottles of Dr. King's New discovery reasonable. Orders by teleprnph for Consumption. Their trade is Bimply promptly attended to day or night. 20 enormous in this very valuable article from tho fact that it always cures aud never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Will mnkctilftprpKPiit season at my stable (lip)- was Mml Iwilanrv Heed. Asthma, Bronchitis, Group, and all Pkwohkb or ll.MtRV Hki;i: MohaxvV throat and lung diseases quickly cured. waby old Mohawk, he by Lonj,' Island Black You can test it before buyiug by getting HiiwK and lie by Andrew Jackn Andrew a trial bottle free, large size SI. Every Jackon'. darn was a M nungcr ni.tru by Imported Mct'nej. Andrew Jackson ""Was pottle warranted. hired by Haliaw, Jr., be by Imported liaoh.iw de - XTJUTnEMB 10OKIKO Probably no one thing has caused such general revival of trade at M. C &D,N. Williams rugstore as their giving away to their customers of so many free trial THPI VERNON, KY.. MKENSmSk Cash I)ciilcr3 Dry Goods Notions plihing: rlardwaire Crrb9ns am a ., Sagi kept 111 a Wl-AW111 , . 9 'I L S ' Li South Side Moin St., Jilt. Vernon, Keninckij --' HtnflnMKw3hirinBBy UN grand dam wn an Slonnrcli . .; EPOCH. Marc. Harry The transition from long, lingering Arabian inire making altced trotted inpHl lie for a record of 2;i8. JIi and painful sickness to robust heltb private re 'rd as i:24 I will nlxo stand at the same ))lace Charles E. "Woudruff, formoly Secre. marks, an epoch in the life of the Such a remarkable ovent is tary of the Republican Club of New He was sired by the Lvnn.Tnck at Stanford, hav- treasured in the memory and ibe agency Britain,.Conn, has confossed to whereby the good health has been at Kv, Agc4 year, 10 hands high. Tkkms: For lioie $.i,00 to insure ncolt ing forgo! papers to the amount of taiued gratefully bleesed. Hence i it is 4 months old. For Jack He that so much is heard in praiee ot colt 4 months old. All care0,00 toto insurciA 40,000 on various State banks. taken provcilt Mionld they accidents out not tried to do business without capital, Electric Bitters. So many feel they owe occur. E. M. DI5NNY , 20 Level reen, Ky and resorted to crime to S3C ure the their restoration to health, to the use of the grate Alterative and tonic, if you season duo when mare-i- purJdd'wlVh. EM D necessary money. are trouble with vny diseas of Kidueys, U GOYEIS MESSENGER ' C. Reid a young lawyer, Liver, or stomach, of long or short Charles nay stallion, in nanus nign, lOaiect .pwi m standing you will surely find relief by , and James Lucas, a prominent business 1880. UN lir- dam Ity Gray ''l Ato" use of Electric Bitters. Sold at SOc by copper liottom. ..-., '," ot Morrilton, Ark., have and 1$ per pottle at M. C. & D. man, both Chief, Jr., by N lie was sirjtl by rfcsenge'r,,' .uchsenger ciuei sire oi raua Jicssemrcr. 2 Id been convicted at Little Rock of inter, William's Drugstore. Ikt (Ijiu .TdiimIq 'trv Klinn": I'd (him bv the plummer-Tillo- , feriug with the judges at Mambrino 3Icsecr ; .'Ird dam )v iiambrino NERVOUs"l)EBILITY CI icf ; 4th dim byimp. Napoleon ;'Btli dam Ark. election last November, 7th dam bj A gentleman having been cured o by Tempest; M Otlr dftiirbv Tiger': bv Cannon'h by Darnabj Dfoirtcdb Stb dam The Nervous Projtration, Seminal and will be sentenced Weak Whip; llth itun by ghhipV Paragon. , result of the trial created a profonud Chief was' idled by Abdallah PlPremature Decay, aud all the ot; Is dam by Mum'bvlno Mcsvngcr ; 2d dam indicate that evil effects of early indiscretion and bv Mambrluo chief &(', life shed Maud Mi Sensation. Recent ovnts iO Mane' wbl 2 2t had these men been Indiana Re-- ' youthful folly, is anxious to make Henger record 2 2U 4 llo"bert II., record 2'',-tri- al known to others the simple mode of 2 28: Manntiip would never have been atJd- other fust ones. 2JI4 publicans, they ind-vidua- jrohawk'1, dam was i tonorch marcbyjnj-porte- d vlr11SBHEB9BIJIinB91flalllHiHku dMi , . l. croHiisr LirTisrnsr s -t c 5 -- -- 4: ne-s- Me-'eng- cr 1-- 4; 4; 1-- To those who wi'bIi, convict e,d. , t and will give him their he will send (free) by return mail, u copy O C 28 NOT AFFOaD. onthereciepe so fruccessfully used in At this season of tho yearto be his case. Addrss, in confidence, without :i good reliable diarrhoea James W.Pinkney, 42 Cedar St., N. balsam in tho house, &3 cramps, colic, Y- 8yl, diarrhoea una all inflammation of the '1 stenuch and Iwwtlt are exceedingly r ' WHY IS IT daneeroua it not attended tottt otoce. That people linger along always One bottle of Beees' Diarrhoea Balsam' febout that continual tired feeling will do more good in cases of this kind' Ono'botfio of Boggs' blood purifier and lhan any other medicine on earin. v e blood maker will entirely remove this guarantee it. S O. Davis, Druggist. feeling, give them a good appetite and regulate digestion. S. C, Davis, drug-igst- . AAvlee to if others, lbs. WnriMWs SooiHmaflxauf (houMklwa'ra be xwcA when children wo cuttirg teth. It SELF-CUR- E. J com-'platnig i, - rtndMambrino l'atdtrti, lio London 2 201-- unci in 2 80 and better audalso sired the flams of (iuy Baron Wilkes 2 18 and the Wilkes a 15 dams of 15 others with records of 2 30aud bet'rhorne in 2 18 4, Uonnic McCrcgorsr 1G t-- &c. &c. St. V!liTin. record 9 ilf). wne sirnil llV Alov. (lam said to baby ltfifl'. Uel- -' ander's Abil-Jiar' rounder, .vc. Alumurino uiuei, tne stroof ine second dam of Meseiicgcr Chief, Jr., nfred the gyeaf Lady 1st ilain liuHnda by MambYino Chlff. nc sired Piclird 218 1, ued illin And other AleNiindfr'i'Aballab ((foil of ItiSdjk' siro Dexter 2 17 W0. llo sired (ioidsmitli maid 2 14; Major Kdsall 2 29, wlD in turn bitvd Itobert Mccregor 2 17, sire Ot ; 1-- Abdalhdi I'ilotiWHrt wtrbrt by AluxjAdcri .ib-dall- n. S3 When tho pices tu-o WISHbf OU.BUT A I WHY DON!1 turn sired 4, ter .. ' A, quiet slcp, and thelittls eltcrabnwttkeilti "briflit M u button." It la rtrr cloaiant ir, teite. It oothoa tbc child , Bottom the poms, alUyi M pain, ror diarrhoea, whether riiltitf fro tetttkor MbKoauKs. TTrtBtTo otsu a bott itproduotaiutur!, lO TO iNiUME A LIVING OOX.T We will also He will stand thayscason of Stiiblo In crab Orchard at 1888 at our i.Iy-er- y And those troubled with ncryouSnoii tMuttln I Neuralgic Persons xron Black John, due when mro In stand our Jack, tents so .easy and are maue. oetter insirumoius Write for catalogues, pfieea and terms, which v b(? sent tree. .Address loV, the i D. S'JOIIXSON'&.CO. '- MSVCWtVB UUUadtiafttktndcroucdrKlUiMonwrtppcri UiMcrB, Qf nuin ill tr. A CUKTIS GO VH. parted with . 1 OINOIS"I?l - ' - & X y which had been dismasted and bilged in a hurricane. If loaded with timber, her decks would havo been awash, nnd sho would havo been as bad as a i Publlshod Evory Friday. rock to collido with. There was only : KENTUCKY. ono shock, and tho wholo bows of tho MT. VERNON. bark woro crushed in by it. Thrco years later, whilo off tho THE .FIRST MEMORY. Banks of Brazil in a small English ship called tho White Cloud, anothor Jt is my'6nrHest momory: ' UqHfnd, by viewless sunlight kissed, strange thing happened. I was first 'Lies, glimmering, the golden mist mate of this ship, and about ton o'clock . Jhnt hides for ever hides, from inc, The fairy land of infancy in the forenoon, tho weather being very fiuo and tho wind light, I had all The gateway of our narrow yard My baby feet from roving barred. tho men on deck sotting up tho digOne day I found it swinging wide; ging, some of which had slackened My freedom wa9, at last, my own; away. A man aloft suddenly hailed I pressed triumphantly outside, And stepped forth in n world unknown! tho deck with the information that a Across the way, a Hold of com largo whalo was bearing down on tho Was rustling in tho breozy morn. ship, head on. Wo wcro a merchant I hastened to it; overhead The long green leaves tholr banners sprend; vessel,' and tho sight of a whalo had (No eastern p.ilm, to me, no interest for us. Wo went on with So proudly tall would seem to bo !) our work for thrco or four minutes, Above against tho clear, bluo sky, Tho crests of flowers roso straight and high, whon tho man again hailed mo with; "While, in tho sheltering shado beneath, "If that fellow holds his courso ho Tho silk hung from each emerald sheath. will be dead on to us, sir. He's a At once my dimpled hands wcro full What Joy the glistening threads to pull, big fellow, and coming like tin iron The Mountain Signal. I . And bear the treasure homo to show I steamer." 'Whrn, lo. I ran forward to get a look, and tho I could not tlnd tho way to got sea was so smooth that I had no dilll-cult- y I wandered helpless hero nnd there; The long, green leaves with rustling sound. in making out tho whale. Ho "Were bending, swaying, all around: was still a mile away, coming down at They whispered terror in my cars; "Where hndl comol O whoro? O whero!" about steamer speed, and holding a Myall, my baby all, sccmcdlost, course as straight i& if somebody Since I the door-yargato had crossed. aboard of him was steering by comWith trembling limbs and blind with tears, pass. I was not a bit alarmed, oxpect-in- g And lifting piercing shrlok on shrlclc. That still to mo scorned faint and weak, to see' him show flukes every Of all earth's creatures most forlorn, moment, but tho captain camo on deck I stood amid that waving corn-W- hen and ordered tho man at tho wheel to on my brow I felt a kiss, "Warm, loving arms were round me prost, break off two or three points. This And in an ecstacy of bliss brought tho whalo on our port bow. I lay upon my mother's breast I .As I told you, I expected to sec him It is my earliest momory; sound every moment. It was astonishAy, more ! how oft it comos to mo ing that ho had not discovered us long When all looks dark, around, above, And seem9 a parable of love! before. I could scarcely believo my Marlon Douglns, in Wide Awake. oyes as he held on, and by and by we d , . . had him alongside. I am telling you tho Iruth when I say ho actually rubbed us as wo passed each other, Tho Mysterious Fato of Vessels and tho odor of him was so rank that some of the men cried out in disgust. Never Hoard. Prom. That whalo was ninety feet long if he was an inch, and ho had a head on him I suppose that i hundred ships como like a brick wall. So far as wo could and go whoro ono is lost, but when ono see ho was carrying no harpoons and n reflects on tho dangers to which they7 had no frosh wound, but ho was are exposed ho must marvel that so and barnacled as if ho had many escape. I saw a list of thirty-si- x knocked about for a couple of hundred missing ships tho other day,, miss- years. Tho fact of his holding his ,own d way was alarming from Amorican, English in sueh a ports, and tho fate of each, was un- ing, and when wo wero clear of him we known or guessed at. Say that half foil to congratulating ourselves over of thom foundered in 'ocean, five tho close shave. wore run down in collision, flvo more Wo wore pornaps a milo apart whon wore wrecked on capes o shoals whoro tho whalo slewed around. Tho moment all hands perished, and what' became wo discovered what ho was doing wo of R.ho rest? Say that tl rco of tho ro- - know that he meant to attack. The destroyed by fire, an 'oezo'lmd now died away ilntiL-wnminder o. rhiit TateMero wo ,i. aw cytio tno feat? TooTH'I iiwJliopo Xo'Ttouge hiKrnnd ho snail From tho moment i vessel hjavoi) had not yet fairly turned when wo live? dropped the yawl from tho davits and port to begin her voyagi sho is to danger, and though a sailor ran her alongside, to tho bow. Two may bo over so bravo and hardy, ho men wore ordered to got water and can not shake off tho knowledge that provisions into hor, and as tho whalo ho lives on tho verge of tho grave. headed up for us wo went oft' boforo There are gales, nnd fogs, and colli- tho breeze to givo him all tho room wo sions, and fire, and hidden rocks, and could. Three or four minutes sottlod powerful currents; and" so I ropoat tho question of whether he was after that it is a marvol more sailing craft tho ship or sailing his own courso. He aro not added to tho lonesome list of headed up for her, coming fastor and missing which is recorded year by fastor, and when ho was two cable's year. length away there was a great In the year 1855, as tho British bark white wall of water rolling beforo Lord Oldham, of which I was second him, and his speed was from eightmate, was approaching tho Canary een to twenty miles an hour. Ho Islands, and when about 180 miles diaf struck us full on tho starboard tant, wo wero caught in tho tail ond quarter, and tho shock was as if two of a cyclone and badly knocked about. ships had collided. Planks and ribs We got out with some slight loss and gave way beforo him, and as he rea great deal of discomfort, and wore coiled from tho blow our ship settled bearing up again to our courso when a down stern first and was undor water great calamity happened. Half an within two minutes. Everybody was hour before midnight, whilo tho bark knocked dcNyn by tho shock, and was doing her best undor a fresh breeze, everybody got up to rush for tho yawl. a sudden and groat shock was folt. I was sucked down almost as soon as I Her masts went by tho board, and, na reached my feet, and after a struggle, 1 reached tho deck, a minute in which I camo out first best by a after tho shock, tho hull scomqd closo shave, I was shot to tho surfaco to split open from atom to stern. amid a lot of deck rafllo. Thoro woro I had gone bolow to got a glass two or three men around mo at first of bitters, leaving tho dock only and as I was heaved up I caught sight thirty seconds boforo tho shock camo. of tho yawl with at least two men in 1 was knocked down and confused, but hor. Tho whalo was still at hand, it could not havo boon over sixty sec-- i lying vory quiet, but I foarod ho would onds beforo I regained tho deck. It soon bo aroused and attack us in turn, was just in timo to bo carried and I seized tho galley door and padI went with .a.lot of rafllo from dled away to got out of his roach. tho decks, nnd amid tho frightened Whilo doing this a squall camo down cries of tho men, and a quarter of an' and hung on for twonty minutes, and hour later, whon I had lashed myself whon it had passed I could see nothing of tho mainmast, I of boat nor whale. in tho cross-tree- s could not got an answor to any of my That afternoon, an hour boforo suncalls to tho rest of tho crow. How iti down, I was picked up by tho AmeriSho alwas that all woro lost I novcr could can whaler Richard Knox. mako out. Thoro was rafllo' enough ready had our yawl, which sho had to havo floated 500 men, and my watch found bottom up, but had not scon any wero certainly all wido awako at tho of tho men nor mot with any wreckmoment of tho collision. Tho only ex- age. I was again the only ono saved, planation 1 can give is that they woro and but for my testimony tho fato of drift- tho ship would havo forever remained somehow caught and crushed. ed during the rest of tho night, and a mystery. As to why tho whalo atwas picked up in tho morning by li tacked us was mndo more clear after vessel bound in. By that timo thd my rescue. Tho Knox had raised and wreckage had drifted apart until noth chased him tho evening before, and ing could bo found. Nothing what- he had boon "gallied" or annoyed so ever was picked up or cast upon any often during tho month past that ho shore, and had I not been saved, tho had become ugly. Ho camo for us fate of tho bark could only havo been with tho fntention of sending tho ship to the bottom, and ho succeeded only guos'iod at. What did sho collido with? Tho too well in carrying out his purpose. A third mystery was the case of tho lookouts wero on tho bow, and alort, ar.d tho night so clear that a ship Janet Wilcox, an American brig bound eou.d havo been seen a milo away, for Hio Janeiro. I was second mato The chart showed clear water for a of her when the occurrence took place. hundred miles about, and wo must Wo had bad weathor for a good sharo have run full tilt upou some vessol of tho voyage, but tho brig was now STOIUES OF SHIPS. moss-grow- and-Fronc- h bull-heade- ," -.-- i. h.. o and stanch, and was at no timo in imminent noril. About threo hundred miles oil Rio, whilo enjoying a bit of good weathor, we one morning raised a longboat full of men dead nhead of us. Indeed, tho boat had taken down hor sail and was' waiting for us to como up. There woro nine men aboard of her, and they had plenty of water and Tho story thoy told provisions. was that they were a part of tho crow of a largo British .hip which had boon burned two days before. Thoy claimed that all had got oil in boats, but that tho boat3 had becomo separated in tho g heavy weather. Thoy woro a of all nationalicompo.-elot, ties, and when we had taken them aboard our captain was by no means Ono of satisiled with their story. them claimed to be second mute, and, as tho crowTfffu 'Ul got off in two boats, it was a puzio that tho first mato was not in command of ono. Other strange tiling camo up, and tho story of tho men did not hang togothor, and so all hands were ordered to keep an eyo on tho fellows. Wo got a good slant of wind and had run down to within fifty or sixty miles of tho coast when tho fellows showed their hands. They had been allowed to minglo freely with our crow, but had carefully abstained from a remark to indicate that they had an ovil purpose in view. Their boat was largo and unwieldy, and we had towed it after us ratherViTan'to cast it looso or to attempt to hoist it inboard. I was on watch from eight to twelve, and nothing suspicious occurred during tho first throe lyntrs. About eleven o'clock, as I stood near tho man at tho wheel, I was hailed from tho foremast with: "Mr. Merlin, will you pleaso step forward and tare a look at something wo can't mako out?'' I afterward recalled that it was not tho voice of ono of my watch, but I did not heed tho matter at tho time. I started forward and had reached tho waist of tho vessel when two men seized me, lifted mo clear of tho deck, and beforo I could recover from my astonishment I was flung overboard head first. It was more by instinct than any plan of my own that I swam for tho boat towing astern. Had the brig not been sailing close hauled, and therefore sailing at a moderate paco, I should n6t have reached it. It was a close shavb and as I hung to tho a great for a moment confusion on tho brig. It was mutiny, of course, and was the first victim. My idea was to get aboard again as soon hard-lookind gun-wal- o ox-pos- ed into the yawl, pul hor closo up, and then shin up tho pt jnter. After an effort or two I pulleci myself in, and just then there woro caths and cries and pistol shots from tho brig, followed by a couplo of splashes alongside, which meant that two bodies, living or dead, had gone overboard. I had hold of tho painter whon it was loosened from above and I drifted rapidly astern. Tho fight continued as long as I was within hearing. I was out of it entirely, nnd could only hopo that our crew, who wera all good men, would overcome tho mutineers in tho struggle. ovor-boar- d. 1 After tho brig was out of sight I got sail on tho boat, and followed hor to tho best of my judgmont. It was just in the gray of morning that I was picked up by a British ship bound into Rio. It wasn't so very mysterious that we picked up tho boat and hor crow attempted our capture, but it certainly was queer that from tho hour sho left mo to this day that brig has never boon heard of. But for my sho would havo been rated as lost and tho insurance paid. As it was tho insuranco company contested payment, and wonThoir ease in court. The insuranco of that day, at least, did not provide for any such, emergency. Tho naval and merchant service of evory power was notified of tho and for two or three years evory sea was under observation, but tho brig was "never overhauled, nor any of hor old crow heord of. My idea is that sho foundered within a fow days with all hands, but othors differ. Sho cortalnly did not turn pirate, and sho was never heard of as a wreck. Thsro was no such British ship as tho men said, nor was any craft burned as thoy stated. Thoy juuat havo been lying in wait; but it is queer that they would bo so far out to sea in such a boat. Taken all in all it was a strange caso, and no ono has over got tho right end of tho thread to solvo tho tangle. N. 1". es-ca- po Sun. A discussion arose on board an Atlantic liner a' short timo ago as to tho citizenship of a gontleman at tho other ond of tho saloon. "Ho's an Englishman," said ono, "I know by his head." "Ho's a Scotchman," said another. "I know by his complexion." "He's a Gorman," eaid' anothor. "1 know by his board." Tho young ladies thought ho looked a littlo Spanish. Hero tho conversation rested, but soon T 1. !.,.-- ,r mum - Imvn it." said uiiu u SjJUIlUshe.. "He's an American; ho's got hia legs on tho table." Boston ueacou. . .i,, . - IMPERSONAL. Miss Fannie Macaulay, who died a Art Tlmt Should Ho Acquit eel lly All llouselooinr. fow days ago at Brighton, England, al Rooms that aro carpoted should bo tho ago of eighty, was tho last surfrequently swept, oven though thoy viving sister .of Thomas Babington may not bo used much. Especial caro Macaulay. should bo taken to brush tho edges Ono of Murat's daughters, Luisa nnd corners of tho carpet with a short Marchesa Rasponi, is said to bo still corn broom. Moths and carpot-bug- s in living, at tho ago of ninety-twaro in this way kopt out of a room. A Ravenna, Italy. Sho was, thorofore, sleeping-rooshould bo thoroughly nineteen in 1815, when Napoleon I. was swept and dusted overy week, no mat-to- r dethroned nnd hor father shot. how clean it may look. With no Assistant Doorkeeper Bnssott has room in tho houso should thero bo boon In tho employ of tho United moro caro taken. It may look all years. Ho right, but it will not bo frosh and States Senate for fifty-eigrecently celebrated his goldon wedsweet without the wcokly cleaning. Havo covors for tho largo pieces of ding, and was then mndo the recipient Senfurniture. Thoso covers should bo of a handsome present from tho ators. about two yards and a half long. In E. B. Ball, the nearest living most households threo such covors will bo enough. Threo breadths of somo relative of Gcorgo Washington, Oc cheap print, stitched togothor and cupies ;i sum in uiu suhmi uunuiur ui hemmed, will mako a cover that an- tho Pension Building at Washington, swers fbr tho largest pieco of furniture. whero ho soils cigars and fruit to tho First dust tho ornaments and small clerks. Ho is nearly eighty years old, pieces of furnituro and put thdm in and bears a striking rosomblanco to anothor room. Now dust tho heavy tho Father of his Country. John Wanamaker's country placo pieces and covor thom with tho cloths. at Jenkin town is said to absorb his atBrush tho backs of tho pictures and tho ledges over tho doors and windows. tention as completely whon out of town Shako out tho curtains, if youjiavo as business does at tho store in Phildrapery, and fold and fasten them back adelphia. Ho is a liberal entertainer, freedom and jollity from tho window. If thero bo por- and his Ho has a splendid aro contagious. tieres, tako them down, if you can easily do so, and shako and air them. collection of roses and orchids, and his Tako up tho rugs and have thom beaten rhododendrons aro famous in tho When all this is done, neighborhood. Mrs. Stanley Brown, formerly Miss sprinkle the carpet with coarso dairy Mollio Garfield, daughter of the dead salt and then sweop tho room, taking short strokes with tho broom. Tako President, is described as a singularly up tho sweepings and shako tho broom beautiful womnn, with a slender but to remove all tho dust almost faultless form. Thoimpressivo effect of her beauty is said to bo heightand lint. After tho dust has had time to set- ened by "undisguisablo suggestions of tle, go over tho carpet with a broom sadness," which havo lingered about once more, sweeping very gently. This her oyes and mouth ever ainco the dark will take up all tho dust that has set- days of 'SI, when she lost tho father tled on tho carpet. With a feather she idolized. Tho Duke of Westminster, accordduster, dust tho walls, doors, pictures, ing to the latest returns, is still tho windows, otc. Tako tho covers from tho heavy furniture, and after shak- richest man in Great Britain, his forting them fold thom up une being set down at $80,000,000. and put them away. Wash tho win- This is a pretty big pile, but it isn't dows and wash all tho spots from tho overstating it to say that there aro at least half a dozon men In this country basepaint around tho boards, etc. If thero bo a in who could buy out tho Duko without tho room, wash tho hearth; or, if a exhausting tho contents of their America has becomo tho stove bo used, polish it boforo dust- coffers. ing. Now shako out tho curtains and abode of tho Crasuses of tho earth. Miss Breckinridge, daughter of hang tho portieres. Place tho furnituro and ornaments in position, using tho Kentucky Congressman, said to a a pieco of cheese cloth to wipe off any Washington writer, recently: "Wo dust that may cling to any of the ar- once lived at tho same hotel with Gen-orticles. and Mrs. Harrison. Sho is ono of No matter how cold tho weathor, the sweetest women in tho world, and o tho windows should bo kept oped dur- will bo very popular. Sho takes pfeasuro in doing good ami making the swooping nnd Jdu'sting'. J A print dress and a cap should al- ing everybody happy. Wo young girls ways bo worn when sweeping. Cut a woro all in love witli her. Sho used pair of old stockings open at tho toes, to givo us a groat deal of pleasure, and and cut a hole in each hcol for tho I do not suppose that sho was ovor thumbs. Draw these over tho hands conscious of it." and arms and they will protect tho "A LITTLE NONSENSE." hands and sleeves. When a carpet is used a good deal, A Chicago woman recently maras in a sitting-rooafter it is swept, ried a man named Nail. Thero is ono put two quarts of warm water in a woman, then, who can hit a Nail on pail and add to it threo tablespoonfuls the head evory time. Yonkors Statesof ammonia, or two of turpentino. man. Wring a cloth out of this water and In Ecuador it is understood that wipe tho carpot with it. It will tho employer shall board tho cook's brighten tho fabric considerably. family. The caso is similar in Amor-icWhen cleaning a room, novor shako only tho employer doesn't underrugs, curtains, etc., out of tho win- stand it. Drake's Magazine. dows. A largo part of tho dust flies Tho last words of great men aro back into tho room; much of it clings all recorded in tho books, but tho last to tho houso; and if thero bo any winwords of women, great and small, dows open near by, the dust is blown havo always boon too much for tho through thom into other rooms. In oither summer or winter, all thoso historians. Journal of Education. Rescuer (to man ho has just cut things should, whon posslblo, havo a down) "Tho boys lynched yor, and good shaking in tho back yard and then bo hung on a lino for awhile, to loft yer fur dead, did thoy? Well, how d man got an airing. Maria Parloa, in do yer feel now?" "Quite unstrung." Boston Beacon. Housewife. Dullard "Now this is outrageous. Here's Casket has charged tho widow Soaking Grain in Brine. Jones $500 for her husband's funeral." Tho usual method of soaking grain Brightly "Well, you must always exin brino to destroy smut spores is as pect a stiff bill from an undertaker." follows: In an ordinary wash tub pre- Lowell Citizen. pare tho brino so that it will float a The coal man he whistled a mcloiy gay, As fresh egg. Tho seed is then placed in Andho flxod up tho scales in a, fanciful way, ho nodded and smiled whilo he caroled the fluid nnd allowed to soak for ton or this lay: fifteen minutes, after which tho liquid "As wo journey through life, let us live by the weigh." is poured into anothor tub and tho Merchant Traveler. grain is spread on tho floor, sprinkled Mrs. Tcmperton "Henry, father with sufficient limo to whiten it, and allowed to dry. This process is re- wrote mo yesterday that ho wants to peated until all tho grain has been got a typewriter. What is tho best soaked. Whilo there has long been a kind, do you think?" Tomporton (imd beliof among farmers that mersed in stock questions) "I liko with dark bluo soaking seed in brino, sulphato of cop- 'om about twenty-fou- r and other preparations eyes." Munsoy's Weokly. per solutions "How aro base-ba- ll Stranger would provont smut, rocent carefully conducted oxporlments havo demon- prospects In Torro Haute?" Terro strated that littlo or no benefit is to bo Haute citizen "Bad. All gone to tho dorived from any such treatment. In logs, so to speak." Stranger "Ah, fact, it has been shown that drossing that accounts for tho sight of so many tho seed with strong brino or sulphato canines with catchers' mnaks on, I of copper solution, especially tho lat- suppose." Torro Haute Express. A gontleman meeting a friend on ter, in nino cases out of ten does moro harm than good. It woakons tho tho street stopped him to condolo with vitality of tho seed to such an extent him on his emaciated appearance, and that if they gormlnato at all tho plants inquired anxiously as to tho cause. thoy mako aro weak and raroly maturo "Alas!" eaid tho friond, "I havo sufperfect fruit. B. T. Galloway, Vegeta- fered for yjars with walking In my ble Pathologist, Department of Agri- sleej). I have walked out of tho door nt night, havo been saved whon about culture. to step fiAm an upper window, and am By using tho host seed tho moro now so in dread of fatal results that I vigorous and healthy plants aro se- fear to sleep at all." "An easy matter cured; and then by giving good culti- to cure," replied tho first gontleman. vation a good growth is inado, and in "Tako car faro to bod with you and this way largo crops aro secured. you won't walk." Philadelphia Press. A SWEEPING ROOM. PERSONAL AND A Domestic o, m ht liail-fello- w out-of-doo- rs. out-of-doo- rs, out-of-doo- door-knob- s, fire-pla- ce al sin-cer- a, Half-hange- wido-sprea- -- i 7: N-- , "WE." "Whf n I was young, somo years ago How many well, I do not It now I formed a feeling ery lntenso For u lady young, und rich, tind fair, Who horo a pleasing business air, And tilled an editorial cbntr On tlio "Journal of Common Sense." I wooed her long and tenderly, And UBlted myself, "Does she love mcl" I thought she did. I was elatu With hope, for when Mio spolto to mo, Bho always used the plural "ttc,M As though wo were in a holy state Matod ond married, don't vou seof Ah me, how happy wo would bo! Did the loe mo? Well, I confess I thought she'd gladly answer "jes." Tv I plucked up courage, ashed if sho Would bo a little ttilfc to mo; Bho prefaced hor reply with "wo" I almobt Jumped uud hissed her. And then she said in accents free: "Ah that, ah that can never be, But 'ue' will ho a sister." Oh, miserable mo; I then did sno Tho pronoun sho had used with me Was only editorial "we." Frank Pemraon, In Yankeo Made. FREEZING TO DEATH. . It Is Pleasant, But Not So tho Restoration to Life. A Mriuoriililo Night Jtliln In 31 ill no in tlio Cold Winter of 1810 lti'murknblo Sagacity l)lnplu.ted Ilyn llorHC Torture. "Freeze to death if you want to. You will lileo it. Hut don't let any body fetch you to aimin. That will almost kill you." That was tho strange remark mndo by Captain K. L. Zclj of Unlontown, who gravely declared that in tho terribly rigorous winter 18:5!)- -' 10 ho was "actually frozen to doatb,1 which declaration he supplemented with tho above remark. "Tho first bnow of that season," said the Captain, "fell tho la&t week in October, 18:59. The lut snow of the season came May 1(J, 1810. Between these two dates there wasn't less than six feet of snow on tho level all the time, and where tho wind had full sweep twenty feet was no uncommon thing to see. Wo had eight months of uninterrupted sleighing, and the thermometer for live months was at no time higher than twenty degrees above zero, while most of tho time it sported between lifteon and twenty below. . '"' - lumber property, twclvo miles further along. I reached tho villago and found that there was no tavern there. wero ollered me Accommodations as a privato house, but 1 was informed that I could not obtain a drop of water for my horso in tho en tiro settlement. There had been no rain since winter set in, and there wasn't a well or a spring anywhere in the region in which thero was a drop of water. Tho nearest water was in tho Piscataquis river, nearly threo miles distant, to which what stock thero was in the village was driven ovory day to drink and enough water was carried back in buckets to keep tho personal wants of the villagers supplied. Jly, horo was badly in need of water, and I couldn't think of lotting him go all night without a drink. So I ato my supper at tho villago house, and, finding that I must drive on to tho river if my horso was d to have his drink that night, I mado up my mind that I might as well keep right on to the agent's as to drive back to tho villago after watering my horse. "It was a starlight night, but tho air was filled with that peculiar frozen'' mist frequently noticeable in high, frosty localities. As wo neared tho river this haze became more dense, until anally it was with difliculty that I could see any thing ahead of mo. It Was almost lileo passing through a storm of scaly ice. Suddenly I was thinking that wo must bo almost on tho margin of tho river thero camo a crackling sound, a loud splash of water, and tho next second my horso was floundering about in water, which also covored tho sleigh and tho robes and myself up to my waist. In that thick banl: of ioy mist the horso had plunged into tho river bolow whore I had been told to cross, and had bioken through t tho thin ico that had formed since tho ico had boon cut away that evening to give tho cattle from tho villago a plieo to drink. The water splashed about by tho horso soon drenched tho rest of me, and in les time than I can tell it I was coated much-neede- "This was in Maine. I had an interest in somo lumber that year up in tlio Piscataquis country, and it was necessary in February, 1840, for me to go into that region and look after my interests. It was a long journey, but tho sloJghing wns like glass, anil I had ono of (the boBt""ltornes that ovt Aiivcd. ThatrrattluT A- If ho hadn't been I wouldn't bo here "I don't know how far I was awa y to tell what occurred to mo on from my destination when I thus froze to death, but I was aftor u time made that trip. "Tho bocond day of my journey the aware that I was boing called back to weather was as cold as twenty below existence by sufloring such torture as zero could make it, and was grad- tho victim of tho rack might feel. ually getting colder. ' 1 know I would Greater agony I could not feel. Sudreach one of those queer little villages denly at my feet tho pricking of n common to tho Miiino backwoods early million needles assaulted my fleh. that evening. There I intended to Torturing mo at that spot a moment stay all night and drive on next morn- until X writhed in agony, it dashed ing to tho houbo of tho agent of tho quickly up- my logs, stopping t an in' .-,i to-da- with a rapidly thickening armor of ice. I guess my noble beast must havo floundered at least n minute in that hole before ho know oxactly what had happened. When tho situation did como to him ho becamo quiet, threw hie foro feet up, and lodged them both on tho ico with a concerted blow liko a The ico was thick, but beneath that blow an immense cako was broken oil' and carried down under tho edge of tho ico below. Tho horse swam onward, dragging the sleigh with it, through tho rapidly- f reo.ing slush. Once more ho pounded tho ico ahead of him with his powerful foro feet, und again tho ico yielded. During all this time I was shouting for help. I might, at tho first breaking in of the horse, havo turned and leaped back to shore, but 1 did not collect my thoughts in time. It was now too late, and even if it had not been I was so still'oned by tho casing of ico that I couldn't have moved to savo myself from death. Tho horso kept on, and, strange ns it may seem, broke a channel for fifty feet across that rhor and drew tho sleigh out safely on tho other side. Then ho started off at tho top of his speed toward our destination. Ho soon struck tho road, and away wo went. "I knew that although ono danger was escaped a greater was beforo us, and 1 urged the horso on. My sleigh robes and my clothing had frozen so solid that if I had been encased in iron I could not havo been more motionless. My liorao was naturally jet black, but his icy coating mado him stand out oven against that frozen mist liko a specter horoo. I could not move even my hands. Wo wero not yet half way to tho agent's hou&o when I found my self grow ing drowsy. I could no longer ue my voice. The clatter of tho horse's hoofs and tho creaking of the runners on the icy road sounded to mo like thunder claps and weird, hideous cries. 1 know llmt I was freezing, but I labored hard to rouse. myywill and fight with it against my fafo. The stars looked like great coals of fire, although beforo they could bo seen but dimly through tho peculiar haze. The trees, their branches covered with snow, took on tho shapes of gigantic and fantastic ghosK Still I preserved till my powers of reasoniug. Finally I found myself growing deliciously warm. An indescribable languor, attended with pleasant visions, took possession of me. I heard sweet strains of music where before only tumult and startling cries had assailed my ears. Still, knowing what all this meant, I made one moro mental ciTor to,8hakoioff the deadly spell. trip-hamme- for an hour and then I was onco moro alive. And that coming back over tho boundary makes mo acho yet whenover I think of it. I didn't mind tho dying. That, in fact, was rather a pleasure. But tho coming to life! If ever I freozo to death again I want it known that tho man who r. resuscitates mo does so at his peril." Harrisburg Cor. N. Y. Times. CHINESE BRICK TEA. AnAitlcIn Tlmt Is Until Toort mill Drink to MongolltiiiH and Siberians. It is well known that most of the tcaintonded for consumption in European Russia has been diverted from tho overland routo and now goes to Russia by steamer, either via London or direct to Odessa. Tho finest tea of all, owing to a prevalent opinion that sea carriage impairs tho flavor, still Russians goes overland; are in tho habit of paying prices for tea unheard of in this country, the caravans would havo little to depend on now if thoy trusted for support to tho tea which still continues to go but-'tTioug- h overland to Russia. They rely, however, on tho carriage of tho coarse brick tea which is consumed in Mongolia, Manchuria and Siberia. On my way back to Pokin from visiting the Great Wall, I met numerous large armed caravans of camels, laden with tea, and often preceded by a pictur g esque, lartnr horseman, lance in hand, who glared, rather ferociously at tho strangoforeign devil." Tho demand for brick tea manufactured at Hankow, threo hundred and miles up tho o on the JUin, whenco it is great and is shipped to Tien-'l&i- n annually increasing, tho inhabitants of Mongolia, Manchuria and Siberia using it both as food and drink, while sometimes it even takes tho place ol currency, tho value of articles being calculated in bricks of tea. In spite of tho fact that this trade is so hopelessly weighted by tho enormous charges for overland carriage, tho demand is so groat that moro than pounds, principally brick, wcie convoyed overland in 1S87 to Mongolia, Siberia and Russia, via Kalgan that is to say, an amount equal to about d of tho total annual consumption of Great Britain. It is therefore not difficult to imagine tho sudden development which will take placo in this trndo alone, when a not inconsiderable proportion of the heavy overland charges aro knocked off by the advent of a railway. And tea is only one of the many specific articles of commerce for which this railway will fierce-lookinYang-Tse-Kian- AFTERNOON TEA. 8ald Mrs. G. to Mrs. D. ('Twoo o'er a cup of flno Bohca): "Our pretty hostess yonder, Has gained In looks surprisingly; Sho ecciks as well ns well can bo! What fa tho cause, I wonder?' "run-down," Said Mrs. D. to Mrs. Q. " She's changed indeed, but then, you eo, Sho put asido objection, And tried that famous remedy, Which did eo much for you and roe Pierce's Tavorito Prescription." g, Foo-Cho- debilitated and overworked women, Dr. Pierce's Favorite For Preset iptlon is the best of all restorative tonics. It is a potent Specific for all those Chronic "Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to Women; a powerful tonio and nervine, it impaits vigor and strength to the whole system. It promptly cures weakness of stomach, nausea, indigestion, bloating, weak back, nervous prostration, debility and sleeplessness. It is carefully compounded by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate organization. Purelv vegetable and perfectly harmless in. any condition of the system. "'Favorite Prescription" is the only medicine for women, sold by druggists, under a positive guarantee of satisfaction in every case, or price ($1.00) refunded. and faithfully earned This guarantee l'mo beeu printed on tho out for many years. Copyrighted, 1833, by Wokld's DisrnNSAnY Medical Association, Proprietors. bottlo-wiappers, TIEjXES .- iifacu www OR.IG-I2MA.l- 3 one-thir- to take. Pollct a Hose. Cures Slclt IBondncbo, tiny, Sngnr.'-conlo- d BlllouB Hoadncbo, CoiiBtiimtlon, Iiidlffoxttoii, Billouu Attacks, and all stomach und bowels. 25 cent, by druggists. of Ono deruuffemcuta JW5SSSS IITTLE IIVER PILLS. DurnU; Vn.nntnhln nntl Pnrfnntlv HnrmlflPtS. j t. i"r.i rur xTMAak 1XTft.VAIC .uv.. Pill. cheapest, easiest Unenunled Silver Wy.WVt -.. ns ti Smiillest, the ."-- -the wtaras jjralnst liluh pt tees imuinuriiir "SIllllH IVlllKlllt V. 1.. t .. nll.r. (TfMMI. il.nnA All . dealer,....., ,1 inn tlm, mil tvl-- tll( .in I.ltJUUim 4llO ..n !.,. profit on unknown do not be deceived thereby. Dealers make moi t; body, tbertlore do not bo Induced to buy BhomtlKit have no rtpututlon. tor vou? mVtieyl lloi. AS' name aud the price stamp, d on tin- - bottom, and ou an- Mirrtto get I UOUUtJVb suujsa. Ihouiauds ol dollars arc saved annually In this country by tho wearers of V. . ,. C CAUHO W, nil Shoos t t... .,.!..' trtlM.d by lihn n,i. mih! tlio nrlcoaro stanuitU on ;tli j ljuttu ,iuof uWelia Iiir JiU factorj tliH projects .. J'.X; """ - i. ullvo: i- mtllUU . UIl sixty miles of tho capital, and now costs from 3 to iil per ton at Pekin, will probably bo reduced in price to considerably under 1.' Blackwood's Magazine. THE A Condcnsoil ior lusuuicu, wmccrTjiounu tviuun ji iniiiiiMiii'iy-fliiiiiiii- iii.i A i. j - in i i.iiiiif. N. MODERN PIANO. - History of tho Involution of tlio Populur Instrument. The piano, as wo see it is the growth of centuries of invention. In its infancy it was a harp with two or to-da- y, stant hero and there, as if. gloating three strings. From timo to time over my misery, and then crawled moro strings wero nddtJd, and after a with awful pain slowly upward, until while tho cithara was born. The it scorned that tiny jets of tho Jlamo eithara was in tho shape of tho letter wero being blown into my body, heart P, and had ten strings. und- - biain. Tho intensity of this It took many centuries for musicians agony was not constant. If it had to got tho ideaof stretching tho strings been I must havedied iignln. It came tieross an open box, but somewhere in torturing waves. Each wave was about the year 1200 this was thought a trillo loss furious than its prede- of, and tho dulcimer made its appearcessor, until at last tho storm wns ance, tho strings being struck with passed and I found mysolf a weak, hammers. For another hundred years these speechless, limp, and helpless mortal lying on a robo beforo tho fireplace of hammers wore held in tho hand of the my friend tho agent. player, and then a genius invented a. "Ho had brought mo back to life, keyboard, which, being struck by tho but, as true as 1 toll you. I did not fingers, moved tho hammers. feel it in my heart at tho time to thank This instrument wSjtillod a or keyed erthura. This him for doing it. Wlibn I vii3 strong enough to bear it ho told mo that soon underwent somo modifications and imafter going to bed he was aroused by provements from time to time. In FOR tho peculiar and loud neighing of a Queen Elizabeth's timo it was called a CENTLEM! horse. lie got up and looked out of virginal. Then it was called a spine, OR NAILS. MADE SEAMLESO. WITHOUT TACKG tho wirfclow. lie saw a sight that because 'tho hammers wero covered startled him a ghostly horso with a with spines or quills, yJcU struck o" The reputation of this Shoo is so well established that it is not necessary to go into detail SHOE. Allnudri's shoo m ide of tlielicst stock. ghostly sloigh and a ghostly driver caught the strings or wires and pro- 6S.00 GENUINE WEIT SHOE. Tin but hi of for tluiprlti- In tin- uiarUt, in the rou'd beforo his door. As soon duced the sound. From 1700 totlSOC 84.00 83.50 POLICE AND FAKMEKS' SHOE. In made exprt&sl) for I'ollciuiui, Letter Carriers, as ho cqiltt recover himsolf ho hurried it was much, onlarged and irtprovod( Itallroad iikii and Faimcrs. und should for Lout. Dlfepbvenpg that tho horse's and called a harpsichord, and was 83.G0 IJXTKA VALUE OALr SHOE. Made pnrposdjndid maty wear,ami tomfoit.last a car. for fertile SU.25 IVOKKIKGJIAN'S SHOE. Isrpcclally ricmimii waSctpad, ho carried him to tho tho nstrumon(t, tlmt Lidy Washington, driver 3'i.OO SHOE. Look at Hum and Jiid'u foi house and laid him on tho floor and RJrs. HuTniltqn and tho fine ladies of 13.00 nutl 61.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. Hate tin n tlioroiijjlily tcttrO anil site (lie beet satis- faUiun. then recognized mo in tho driver. our revolutionary tinios pluyed upon. ALfc MADE (N CONGKKSS. IUJTTON AM) LACE. Knowing that if In 17l), BiirtolomeojCristofoJi, an (fjjfi ri for mo nothing coujd, bo dono toward it Italian, invented a ktpfcv keyboard, AND $2 SHOES LADIES. m, until this aTl)p.t an.d clothing wero $uch as wo have now stbstfaiilially, thawed uVhtyrihadot'he lire blaze which caused tho hammers tojstrfco exVTwn the micstlon wax MifcsHtfd of piittlnp :i I. d V Mine "on tlio tmric t ut a popilar price, we it onca uv '"'" "H'"! "" serwcrbuif, hitiirii '"' '" "" mi nuliumtcil toirel tli it In In t tei itiit wnrtlit of tour eoi t.ldcr itlon, ind oii and Jil;iSit,t9HeM'escuo of tho tho wires from above, mhU thus develat last succeeded, und ?an now Kite, ton a u b en costing ton Siwimu .i'i. iiiicoxnoesnir urn niwe i i run 'tlndlticiuulto those tthlcli clnvi-cytherlu- UAND-SEWE- l) HAND-SEWE- - - G0QI-W1!A1- & joint-clf- . l, mmmi& m .72 t ttin . . ..n.w , titi.l.i.il. f. iitvlitifiiTi.vtwirttnHlbtifiiriilfcli .i . . i Kiu tiVo nrotniif.1it.. .... " oped tho piano. :: in uii' Kill. UUl oi the vnbi .!. .i... luai would .if fertile and ii..llt) omes up, r". bet rtdnthatwo. ana vWrfure tartar ' H'1' In tho past I.jO years thero is no he In fiivurW V. U.iiOVpom' fe'I.Ot hlioo lor Ladli-fl- Anotliei mid eAcehtiit recommend itlon or nails. IuhIuk a tmoulli Inner tole ttldeli ildionoi.t the uiuojuiicoot 1lheV im.uialo tvl musical instrument which has so comhollcitliou ami (oro'faet. tho the factory, mv. Jtifadertonded on pletely absorbed the inventive faculty If inhrdialur.trlll UntRctTOU tho Mild or M)Ie you twit, fend torn order direct to no matter with jou night, fuu:and staiu Uo and width prleee'uelofed.ana they wlltx) rent- ton l n mm in ill. )ou taar; . of man ns tho piano. The reason is lite, jou euo....ttit feet V. L. DOUGLAS' SHOES. Hu suru tiv iv.. .... ucoi turu,Buau wr.an,orsicr piaiiKBit ju,j tun unuuvuuiB "" "By tho 'timohhbWe was cared obvious; it is tho household instru'. L. UOU4.;il.as, araoKton, for I was invh1xpbi)bVouglit bade ment par excellence. Toledo Blade. to life, if it'pould'fcjbd, done. I was ATTOIINHV. 1VASIII.VOTON. It. V., U'ULI. OKI' YOlTli stripped and rubbcdJirlBkly, with snowMiss A. A. Crisp, a famous proI'E.SuaOft without DELAY. water for over an hour'beforo I gave fessional nurse, who hud received tho Bjr.NiMBlUiaPAKatKCiBnt Jtttwns, any evidence th'atrl might bo called decoration of the royal red cross from rorlNVFNTORS. 10pji leleLTKnliy. UOOK Allr.,1 back. Then another hour was spent Queen Victoria, recently married ono lUUNU UrUWnntcil to Learn FIltK. i)tuiitli)nn Inrnlshed. crrculBni t", T numeral 1. AtwrDi-Jauesville. Win. in tho same treatment when a spoonU uhlutou, I), 0. tho Now Zealand free. Address VAl.bMi.Nt. nitos.. of tho physicians of si I.iw, '" J tB J W.NAME tU'a FAtStt THIS l'.Ull,.ltJllBIvi.rll.. ful of brandy was poured down my hospital, of which sho had charge. KA8V Kmi'Miymfnt. Addrnss AaLt LOVELLSUMO. CO..Eltli:,I'A. A.N.K.r-1236 throat. Aftor that circulation of my Hor wedding gown was tho costume of PrlOrl ITHIS PAl'i.n,r; tlmTitnn. blood began, and so did tho agony I hor profession, and tho brldomaids tt'UUN U'KlTIMa TO AUVEIITISEUS PLEAHS Cured, no lent fe, boo tnte described. That suffering continued wore nineteen nursefa, all in uniform. GANGER nnil Tumors(JrutlKiiytfcllutli. paper. that fof taw tbe AdveiHsffrncwt la thl free Kiii. Street. Cincinnati. Ohio fuithfuJlWhdVlfad reasoned with himsplf M'h inust stop at tho first housohg!$u, o m that terriblo arfti-Vtha- '' . -- - . y, t juPm - n- - wlu-r- b- - mass. JOSEPH E M. HURSTE ATENTS E. i v. M Kva , A. lnn--tr- t ' , n m iv T mirinngMiiaM J ae Depew tried o awe a free 'American citizen in tho crowd at New York Monday by telling him that ho was keeping an dent of the United States away from his placo in tlio procession, the WhcnIr.-'Ohauncey ex-Presi ap52Si , 1HEM0UKH1H SIGNAL " 'I "l 'Hi ' o ao not wisn our readers to understand that wo are disgusted with rXIBLIBHED EVERY TKIDXY ACT' MOUNT Oijh'-i'aoor VERNON, 11 pcnt-oiTico- at KENTUCKY . in Rjskca3Vle County If, ' .. Enteicdinthb W I?. Kentucky, as CRESS, Second-Clas- B Mt. Venon, matter, EDITO R I h t . One Year' 1 Six Months Thrstj Months . '- SUBSCRIPTION RATES. .- - , . - 1.25 -- " - ' .75 .50 ' IN ADVANCE. ( 1 1 iM) i ( c i:t iiinmd mil THE ciMOUNTAIN SIGNAL, ( h 1 Achcitisiny latcs made known Mount Vernon, Ky on application , MT. VERNON, KY., MAY 3 - '89 F - ' . ' I' N V v ' Col. Dudley, the man who- grijineii notoriety by puichasing the .electdr.il vote of Indiana in 1880 and aganj i 1RJ8, has been suubbled by. the i who occupies the presidential ohnir, says he does' not consider his prayers as secured for him bv 'the during his terra of office worth the which fraudulent acts of that notorious monuy he received. A minister ofjthe i campaign boodler. lie was ' accused gospel should have inoro faith in prayof eaying that the president "had lost er than this. If prayer for a respectaall bis backbone and is too cowardly ble Legislative body,is wurth nothing; to be consulting with me." Ho denies, no one) will deny that the Chaplain ot should bo the above and says ho wrote to a friend Indiana's last as follows; "Jam afraid you ovei well paid. influence. Perhaps estimate my A terrible railroad, accident occur-re- d there is no on e in the country "who near Hamilton, Ontario, Sunday has done as much for Gen. Harrison morning. The St. Louis oxprtv in the last twenty years as I have; but jumped the Jraok as it was passing u because our democratic friends d jw n "Y" And pluugiug into a water tank, in Indtanapolis have startod the hue piling coaches on each other until seven and cry on me. J3ro. Ben does not ere completely demolished. Sevensesm to recognize me as an acquaint-aace- , teen persons were killed outright and and CGiiBequntly I don't take wounded as many more. House as dinner at the White might be expected. I have not been Liberty is to have a democratic in the White House since Cleveland's newspaper. Mr. Douglas, an experinauguration, a little over fou years ienced man in the business, has sucago." Judging from the a.hove one ceeded in go.tting up sufficient stock to would naturally conclude that Col. run it aud it will be started soon. The Dudley feels that the president is too enterprise is backed by Messrs. J ungrateful, and if he could recall the Boyle Stone, John W. Whipp, George naft ho wjmld pursue) a different rSTcsio, rT.iA. Prewitt and deiuocr&vj mia- "r--. ot hat elijxiiug Kind. i Ex-Chaplaiu m; ft magnificent pafsengor train ior Wash' iugtou Centeonu'. The president is it evidently one of tho creatures who Cuddy, ot tho Arizona strains at a gnat ami swallows a cornel. Interior Journal. Legislature, has sent $22 50 to the conscience fund in "Washington. He ulaski ns Texas) only tax-payars, our town, but some of the drunken "sots" who infest it almost overy night, and the hellish acta of toughs that come hero on Sa.nrdays and "take tho town," as it wore, and raise "cane" generally. Our town b one of busi-ness and enterprweajog somo 'pa good people live in ita liuutsis do any Where. J,t only needs bity or country officers to enforce the law. Our town is now on the eve ot booming, and the first step taken should be to enforce tho law. Often toughs conio and defy our effieers and in pomo instance take tho town'. This could be alnuied by summonsing help in such ca o, Iher-- are plenty people who would lend their aid and only a few "lock-ups- " would put an end to such heathen acts. e law-loving BRODHE.AD TOBACCO, .Wo wish to inform 0117' friends aiukvsicjmcrs that arc now carrying an improved? stock of spli cit our patriot replied: "I don't And w,e guv adorn if he's the President of spuuiuii. heaven; he shan't squeeze my girl.'' was Mr. Tho Syl who had heen trying llayir, f OLi, brawny so-callnt TOBAOOS patronage. s Natural leafj goods f to force a passive iliriugh the crowd. Tho "pious cues" who is president of these United States by virtue of tho faf fried out of another! pious cues and other fnmlnlen.. prrcticoa too null . merou to mention, waited till 1 a. m. Monday to stare with hn family. membersSof the cabinet and others in a MARTIN & PERKiNS DEATH and WJESTRuCTIOH To highpriced goods. i law-maker- s, county (almost as largo has 028 delinquent and the Interior Journal remarks "thaTttTis is the class of ca,t-U- e that gives the county hpr republican majority." Will not the pious editor of the republican resout this on the "faithful" of Pulagki? at-ta- If you don't iur fiiiu jrotls. eliyo it just step into Alb i''it & Co's attire m xu hi, it ck of Clothing, ll.iuj aid si fi ip' lmi f Nlilli'ierv tu.l Whici All will bo sold at rock bit:c t pr.bei.' ALDKUilltit CO. 21 UlMUMmidl ct First NationalBank Ot'lSt.-uitbrd- . DIRECTORS: hand in. There was an aggregatfc J. W. Ifayclen, G. A. L rit-- t W. G. Welch, W. 1 T.' of 580 pension certificates iegued from v. Keid, 1. f. K 'ju r, Ijvt.f. L. 1'. Hill, .((till) r T ir..--;- ,, r u his office Monduv. At this rato it ir..u.. u . o iiuunui, .1' inr J. j. ijciu 1?. .'i. We solicit tho accounts of thocir.pns o .. a' 3'l tuko long to get all tho boys ii. t j '"mi c .nu .,1 lu-'ities, n&suring them prumpt and hrthtol atu'iiii. u iiit-- t Courier Journal. :i the list. us. Personal application aud cm rei)Mi(lenco, wi'' w o .'t.Hiiic'r "Luther go, Galligher! Wo are relations, respectfully invited. JiS'O. .J. HERTS, Cj,,jf, getting some of it up here. J. S. IlO.'KK.'i. lroH .1.1.1. . wvtAlfjjMiawn,iij-mTho first rebellion in the American TIoLds liv Hep ulic took place in peansjlyania One Kan and was suppiessed by President t itchy- Washington. It is to be hoped that tho Tim TS fQA Pennysylvanians in New York Monday endeavored to be more STANFORD, - KENTUCKY thau their auccitorc. . ' I113 1 -- Looter Tanner appears to bo getting Su.plua - m. , .1 CAPITAL STOCK Kv. S:r0,.)!J iNJ .c nj 11 rU v of the Bzsl Known Cith d law-abidi- m.Jiii lijJliS) E. IE. A FIRST-GLA- SS IMMJUli it Pmin-ictor. KCJliySlDK, LIYSPY if. y The Somerset Republican proposes to, educate Puaski's teachers in civil government, po new adopted study, through its columns. This should have been taught the voters of that hundredth annivorsaiy county long since; judging from the one , after to sph. inauguration of , pAp. Interior Journal's last issue. I had gashington was celebrated E. C. Walton, who is visiting sencs of bitto Yerk during the week in thirty s(gtyjGi Representatives from of his childhood in Va. is writing some to his paper,the itcouF0118 oi tne Union were present very interesting letters His description of companies, cUbs Interior Journal. onds hner militarv and tho was; other organizations. The a visit to the old homo-stoa- d mile long, graves of his parents, certainly reach -s parade was 13 Harrison ani many of tho the hearts of all. dignitaries of the world ware present. Thero were only ten unbounded. .The enthusiasm was States when George "Washingtoa was This is a grand old coumtrj, and don't elected. Threo oft ho colonicsheld back you let it slip your memory. y there are fortv- for a time. indicated ' How much is a man when he goes free from an indecent returned against him in court? This question is suggesttd by the result ot the trials nt Indianapolis for frauds upon the ballot at last November elecMore than 140 indictments tion. were returned by the grand jury, and what was the result? Not a man conof them wont victed. Three-fourth- s of the court that free under rulings the indictments were insufficient: the And Others were tried and acquitted, yet the fact of corruption i,n Indiana at the fall election wa3 notorious, known and read of all men who were about the polls in any of tho cities of the State, and in very many 'of, the rural communities. The result of these trials is a National scandal.' JM Tho Oklahoma people have settled down to business. Tho expected fight- Mug uvru Him,UJIIttV "JK " uiuw been verified. SFA3'n CMW,!' , ?77(ii 4 - vjl:i-:ip.rc- i i, 52g3 tj-ue- r' vu dyouus Fu:ir.riHiappef- t- TheSigual Service will hereafter Col. W. O'Bradloy, Dr. Godfrey predict the weather for two or three Hunter and Marshal Burchctt held a days ahead. As they have been sing, secret political conference in this city ularly incorrect of late in foreteing Tuesday. Louisvillo Post. the weather for twenty-fou- r 7ours mm n. ahead, it is difficult to see :vhqt is to be Charlie At Chicago, thirteen-year-ol- d gained by tha new nrr angement. Howard shct and captured a bur lar drove another oue away and recovered The chief feature of tho centenninl their booty. ball at New York last Monday night Ono milliou loilara in gold havo was the ovation to Mrs. Grovor Cleveland when she,, appeared upon tho been ordered in Now Yorh ior shipstage. She attracted more attention ment to Europe. than any one at the ball, and Bhc isn't Five murder a were Monday sen ono of tho exclusive "Four Hundred" on tonced to bo hung at St. Lou'13, either. 17. -- ' 1 MM 1s TBI P If I B SOLEPREI?)R3 AND W HOLEtf ALE DEALERS N July Tho Samoan Conference first session Monduy. 4- -- held its ClUC l ou.'lis. (.011 . .vc, Ac. and takes th i ot all otUow fr"thj C.in of Jt'-il- Pliroat l..6 world for Cuts Sores riruH, Salt Uouin, Fcvor Sores Tetter, Cliaiipccl Ilumls Clitlbhiins Corns vnd all Skin raiiptions aiid positively cures Tile-i- , or no p iy icqulicd. It is guaranteed to gIesitWctlon, or money refunded For alo ly Jt. C. Price 25 Williams. The -t fltroKLaNTji Salve J In tho axmVs Stnu dflittontia livnl forlndlKeation.lBIlowncsa.CoiHtipatloj, Purifies and enriches tho Blood and thorcughly AlbvigM's Compound Ihxvgp LiveiflDi"easo3,S.,r5:c ienoato3 tho syaom. 01 orcenl-j'BTu&- x The neatest Ali A clear pearly and transparent skin is always a sign of pnro blood, and all persons trouble with dark, greasy, yellow or blotched f Kin can rest assured of order. A few that their blood Blood Purifier aud doses ot Begge' blood maker will remove the cauie and the skin will bacorae claar aud transparent. Try it, aud it satisfaction is not given it will coftyon nothing, it is fully warrnn'ed., S. 0. Davis, Drug - .THE PH1DB OF WOUAIT, rlght's'Vevsnifuge hni AjmimesK kfrrigirra tor man and beast, Haano' equal, both woi luTxpellor, no or fails v, nw me 1 1 Kiit . "ld iut ures where other Tjemediey fail. LBHIBr PAWlT.Vi Proat Pain Cnnuoror. and tho safest f u y aaW'l Thn 0 -.-- irlalo for su.ldon 11 f puns, .eo Vull-fJedge- d 4S&&.&SS;swS3 Cnrna instmitariooUHlv. NO -- To-da- ri i' , .1 I"' f i . In this issue will be found the of the candidacy of T. J. Ballard for the Senate to represent this Senatorial district in tho upper Hpuee of the next General Assembly of Kentucky. Mr. Ballard is a well quil lind, man, poseesed of the proper atuuuratn.'s to assure us that he will make a faithful member. Ms is a true democrat and wiM, if elected, make a record that will bo an honor to himself and 'his constitueuK Here's to you, old boy. two States with more by 1892. a prospect of several eist- - It is suggested that clothing from the Wanamakor house in Philadelphia can be quite safely sent by mail. Pst. masters will not bo suspected of "pernicious activity" if they gather up orders. Greenbrier Mountains, near White Sulphur Springs, "W". Va , aro The on fire, The new city of Guthrie, Oklahoma Mr. Harrison is not ill. He was had la first birth two or threo days aco, and Sunday bad its firat death born palo. Dr. Ljo Halford knows ..from natural causes. vThe unfortunate tho flttup of Mir. Hrria'a York. IwaiftO. wti'st for ITaoer weekly. ' health-perfectly, millions of feet of valuable timber havo been destroyed and the 'lames aro said to be beyond control. TO CONSUMPTIVES ' TiAJEtOTJl-trVIJ-itlZlir25yl Tho uudorsigned haviug been re cmnsrxfEsraf;nnntecatSR33CicxKaeiKasi stored to hcalitrby simple .means, af' ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection, aud that . dread disease Consumption, is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers Lincoln National Bank.of Stanford,Ky., the means of cure. To those wh 1 dea "SIjgcessoksto Faiimkiis 2Sat.13axk sire it, he will ctlccrfully eond (free of t iption charge) a copy d' the preset Is now doinsja general Banking businesiand tin lor tho same manag: ncnt used, which they will find a sure cure as Farmers' National Bank, who e charter had rxpirel by limitation. txrid careful attention. for Consumption, Asthma, CVamb, Any 1'iuiuesi Ojsifi led t it will eJ'jiva I on py-ineBronchitis and all throat and lung Especial attention given to oolheit nit and prompt advice all suflcrers will Maladies. He hope3 ot same. try his Pemedy, as it is invaluble. DIRECTORS prescription the Those desiring J. J Will iaw, Ju M Unl, .In . S. O.vslev, J. K. Baujhnun. which will oast them no hiug, an Jas. E. Ly n, Willlun G'jjch, A. W. Cirp'nt r S. J. Embrv, bleaso ad may prove a blessing, will A- .J. F.Cwli. drcfce.Ztov, KtiwfAiw J . B. 0vsky, S. H. Shank", Prtcidtjut. Kioga Couuty, Nn, 4- -- (3-- ''- ALBHIG-HH .SOLE - . llluro Mi &wwlxis .t ftftLl' it Dlllll H T i a mm il civitv tho tooth. eteOO. PR0PAUET(J)118 ' .K0IWPIC1 Jke nV nt Wiwod-Williaubu- r, Ca-jahV- . ew r w. si j )