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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886050701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9tm Urdus 96 Imtefn mtfn at NO. 122. VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1886. e. r. owiex. m T. T. CRAIG. Ill making this announcement it affords us pleasure to state to our friends and the trade generally that we have in stock a most complete and attractive assortment of Osy Sood!s9 one we think that has no superior in Central Kentucky. Our goods have been purchased with much care and with a desire to please our customers, both as to goods and prices, in this we think we have been successful, believing that with our present stock we can please the most fastidious. It is impossible in an ordinary advertisement for us to mention the large number of things to be seen at our store; suffice it to say that it is the most complete stock ever exhibited in Stanford. Boots efl Sboeg. In this line we Jiave a very large and elegant stock, embracing goods made by some of the best manufacturers in the country. Hn $$$& Grouts' Furnishing Goods and Hats is very complete. Also a very elegant stock of Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Curtain Poles, &c. OWSLEY & CRAIG. ; OWSLEY & CRAIG. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINESi READ THEJTERDIGT Lincoln, Garrard, Boyle and Madison MESEPJCC; WEA1II2N NtHiiforiJ, Ky.; Co. O.r-ITZI'ATItlt- Farmers. t loxhAlKDr w. it. nomssux InncHtor, Hy. a liito., iii.' JOHN G. TAYJLOK A NOX, Illcliiuonil, Ky. iv. j. k vli,i;i; a nox, Danville, Hy. Tho McCsrratckTwiH lilDtl.r I purchat! of your agent here basglvtu m I bad a lttp lrotibl at llr.t lijr not knowing how toad 1 Just It, but tol'hed up In fliootdrr. 1 would not exchaage It fat any na T TIKIl.lt. I think fri'iiari throwing their time nod money I hv eve r iiaiilir Kr. chine iw,y inbutlBjanyolb.rthtnlh McCormlck -. Harvesters and Twin. Hinders; 1 purchased of jour I cent on. of your run alw taught C ft Walter A Wool llarvrter and .Under, and havs nltu tr.m togoibnr, and although the McCorrub knit IS Inch uioretvath tban IbeJVcvd Machine, It tliWir.ll MrPAIlTT. lafAttory work In every draw, much the lightest anl dw. the iKtt anJuioslsal ii.i-lll- e On arfount of 'kr. . MWl,n ihUtUjuuick au my Uat train In the thodraft, I I believetuy Hah teat Wood. the McCor- In ibi market talel tobw the best MnJtr It aaunlt tn nleasure lour tbat the McCormlck Harvester anl binder I jvurcbd f JourajfDt here has given entlro tailifactisn It li all I tould lighter than hare yet expert. ji. vjis'irrrit; nnd no lioubla orTbedraft ii much gettlngoutofany machine I strong and I beu delaya caused by Hi. Itlt Tery Danville M Il've ( aa soot nr any machine ran b. made I tAircliMor-ouasnt hrreonoof your Harvesters and Twlno Hinders. with which i navenartnuu jwiui of train with lest delay, less exprnte 1 bvr nr r rvestcit a c ron inn urart t iijut it unitTRHHTOV A cJ In Uoubla thin Ihlok ih. j. amiand 1 working ! ttrtect. I lo miy the McCormlck li certainly the ben Hind- llim.i'iniii". would aivis Uriu.rs nooiuer. tr The McCorm'ck Harvester anil Twine Hinder I purchased cl your agent baa Riven entire satisfaction and I would not exchange It lor any o'her, 1 harvestwith rate and satisfaction, without delaya and Texatlom, while my jtm. i.. lUiti.Ay, ed my cropwbobid othrr mat hint were coot nuallr ttonplne for rrrwilri and nelifhbori Ilaa1.llt.K7. eendlnc for an xp4rt to belp them out of trouble, t would adrlio farmers to buy the McUonuIck and iae all of this trouble and worry. on bai Thellatteitrr and Twice Hlrdrr Ipurchatrdol Tour njent tbU work. rlfMi -- nine mlli'ncllon li li luiit dralt ana leriect in hi could bo I iiail no jiui-- i i. nuui, expected delay", no tr uble, nor did i end an expert. It U all that Danville, Ky. or deairtd. and Trlne Bindera, I purchaiMl oi your 'tent bereoneof rour HarreM-ll.elt to -j all tbat you claim f.ir It, gWlog perlwt atlfe-tlo- n which day on land tbat tnatery rctifct. No troublu tocut IS acresof grain ,VJt. WAItBl-- S It ordinarily smooth nodelaysonacrount ot Imperf-c- t work, at I se Is tbe Hanlllf, Kj. pome cf my neighbors who hae other makes I consider the cue with Hinder ta be tbe boas machine and would adrlse my farmer trlends to buy no other Hleel Hamster and Hinder we loui;btof your agents. J. O, Taylor A The boo, has glten ua poilxt Mllif.cilon. We bare used It In all kind of cralu and J. lllchmonrt. on rery rough ground. It runs lighter, Is easier handled and aires the grain taw. It n.rrr falls to bind It Is tbe tnachlno Ixtter than any machine t for the f.rmen; tt has no equal. or your stents, John (i Taylor A Son, one ot your cut Har-fi- t. I boujhl light and ts trt and Hinders, I cut aa asy tbat 20 acre a day, T. II CIIESAU.T, tatlly managetl. and will much as It does manlncent work, runs lean recommend it as being Illchmoid, Ky. a first class rvif.bludtr. Tbe McCormlck Hinder I rnirchssMof your agents, John O. Taylor A Hon, liaro harvested two large meeutlre satltficllon, HIGH A.W0X. bugl'tn It Is a tery light draft aa Iwell as a durable machine. crops with It and that bllverl'retk, Kl find bad heard that the McCormlck wasthebett tinder made and the one I I me entire aatlsfictlon Taylor A Hon, has X1.V.X TUIIlllW, lnuiht of your agent, John gbt and doe. erery thing you claim. I rrcomueod It to all, Itlunil looking overall mchseoad.Ky. tbe niaikcl, decided on the Mcthe Alter Cormlck and purchased one from your ageota. John U. Taylor A Ami. I cnt all barrrsleil aboui "i.'iairet for my nephew, 8am I'ox, or my crop (83 acrf-ln-d it. p. roxs J r I consider It the bi st binder In tbe market and can recommend it to all. Illclimoad. Ky. Hinder I pur listed of your agenta, John U.Taylor A Hon, The Harvester and has given me entire satisfaction. It Is light draft, cuts and binds to perfection, I cut one kinds and a. riiiKKn, and iseaillr adjusted for all second ofgraln.I have used hundred more sixty-fiv- e j. Is tbe searon with Klagston. Ky. acres more I It aud this It aeeiua todolwlttr work, liefer It. The to meI use it, any ono who la like It, as the thinking of buying a Hinder and Hinder I purchased of your agents, John I). Taylor A Son, Tbe Harvrtltr .o'lrrulltO'tlon. I rert. 1 lsl ln j. wl-u- iwr. ha glvonmethe ilieil aalUIactloo. It Is light draft and cut. nnd . .. fiuui clein anil tiMt Th. hnni m .... iu .1...1. 1 cuperiunr recommenu it uii machine for the farmer to buy, a. It hasuoeiual. The McCormlck Hinder I purcbattd of your aent bcro has given me entire IV. O. FIKI.n, Mtlafacttoa Iu every rr.pcct. It cute and binds grain in the beat manner, and nirlsTllle. 1 S bntt"T "commend It to the f'n.i?ngMpuKnricn and Binder I bsught of John O. Taylor hsi I have cut one hundred and wveuty.flra ou. nj tro jble or mishap. I cut in all condition. of grain, Jflllt POiVt'llr-- , Xn,?? ?? Silver Creel. ?t,t'?.0ll'?T0.aai'.0? hillsides and In hollows.an. "1Sl''""-'"-X.fully aatl.fied that It U The "ester and Hinder I bought of John O. TayJor A Bon bns given me en tire satisfaction and I would not be without It under any consideration whatever. I can harvest one hundred and aeventy-fiv- o IIKO.Il. 1TIIITK, acre, ofgraln now with aa llver CreeV. " ""i "lv MrB in red years aio. It Is verr light draft and ?i" f " will do more work and stand moro rough usage tbau I bollevo any Hinder yet taaU. The Hrveter and Hinder I bsujjht of Tourajents, John Taylor A Pon. has gin.., me entire aatlsfictlon anl I believe It Is tho beet O. SVH ll.hTONF, Hinder made. It It light draft and doea good rutting aud binding. lilchiuond. narvesu-- aau runuer purciia'eu or John (.. Turlnr i no iicwirui Snn JOIIV A. HCNCty, ha. given me entire utisfactlon. It tioti. Hlcnmontl. rue McCormlck Harte-te- r an 1 bInJerIpurchadof JobnO. Tirin- - !,..,!. 1. en me entire sttlsfsctlon It lallht ilrtft ami .in. nn..iA. W IlAM.KW.Jr, well at on smooth land. I have harvested 125 acrca of wheat ami It Jr.w Kingston. tlclnga bundle, cutting and binding the wheat "polk" aUlks nearly 10 mltsed feet high. I recommend It as a a machine and one that will .in ntVr v uay in the week the kind of work claimed fjr It The McCormlck Harvester and Hinder I purchased of John G. Taylor baa glr I acres ir ... ... it vw......, jnm Effect atlsf.eilon. i have harvcste.1 110 ever of grain, and I arotatts- a iin.ii.iiiaiuRrHnu-niuucut over, without gaping a section: the field wat alto fu macnine an,l n.t.i.n ...ii.. i.i. even of nolk" also "i'J?.1 Jrfft ai I wntlder It one of the best machines In the market Itlrhmoud, ..... .....,,...WJ " ..i... h CUKT ROBINSON, 'r "" "" m Lancaster. fn ' r 1 ,.i. .. -- flrsl-cla-- m.vn, u 1 m -- biprod l- ir umi-- i uurauie ana ". binas easily operaiea ami works well In all klndaof grain. I have uiiuv ivi tuiru itjiuub huu i. woras imo new. The McCormlck Binder I purchucd of John U. Taylor hat given me perfect JOHN D. HAItr.IS, eatlsfacllon. It Is yery light draft snd cuts and binds wall In all kinds of r.lcliruWKl. grain. I have harvested two hundred acres ot grain with it and It hat not cost mn a dollar for repairs The McCormlck Harvester and Twine Binder I bought ol your agent. John Taylor. In 13JI haa cut an baundiOJ acres of grain anl is now ready to go o J. P. KM BUY, another crop and do a. good work at It hat erer done. The repairs fnr four fc'llrcr Creek. It is Terr light draft fjr three mulei and I don't 'r'Y r.0,k t think II tan be beat. I brurhi nfyo'tr agent one of your C ft. ITarveitert and Binders and I think . line. ...... t beats the world for cutting and binding grain. I Hopped in th. midst of my s perfectly at ease thtt as I had a McCormlck 'i1!"."'1 ?a went cJllverCrek. tar crop wa. sale, and I got through without any trouble, cutting one i 1 in-t-- m.ivj n.nnnnuir. r .; ,t .. . ii. Fwnec.iy. n ii nin ei .it.. .iiSIiSr.lISK.?S'? "'""'""" - r. XJ cnu ana . ? .. flh-n.yn- IV.AI-H.IHI-I.A- er gl-- The McCormlck Droprer I bought ofyour agent, John Q. Taylor, proves be-JAMES SHLAUER, yondadoiibtlnmy that tbe McCotmlck la the bow machine oi th e Ued Iloute, world My Dropper climbs up and down our river bills with perfect case with i ... two boraos. Ills tbe lehtest draft, ..V. We the undersigned, having each bought of your agent here this season ono O.T. WALLACE, JAH. HEKUINn, oTyour Harvesters and Binders, wish to say tbat they have given ut eutlro sat. T.T. POLLARD, laiactlon. We regard the McCarmlek ai thn llhtr..i rir.it duj.. i JKS8E DtiTY. market; also the most simple and perfect In construction, hence It causes less W.H. WALKER, trouble and delaya than any other we have seen. Aa the McCormlck has pror-e- n C.U.JENKIKH. luolflnthla section to be a perfect and aatlsfsctory machine, while many JAM. N.DENNY . nthe'a have nroven therulvrtit ia Iia Im nrfdr - wa ....... i.i ..i.t.. A w" ". "!"- wiin macntnet they anosr o 'i.t. rvmi-- i w c. l'iiipm i.' ut"'r,u";K ,HU,.'..-' P"meaung .""."."" uu" to E H. WALKEB Iltlleabout GEO.' K. JtUOVV.S1, Lancaster. I bought In 1812 a Walter A. Wood Twine Binder, while many of my nolgh bora bought McCormlck binders. Mr Wood blnrlar nrr,i Mn.i..i pftrouble to me. while tny neighbors run right along with their J. WALEEH. binder, without scarcely a atop. This seat on I determined to get a McCormaek McCormlck Lancaster. and do away with my Wood, no matter what the coita might be, and I aucceed edlndolngai. Have harvested a larg. crop with my McCormlck and never Intend to be without a McCormlck aa long aa I am a urmer. My advice to my tanner friends Is to buy no other than tne McCormlck and aaTe all trouble. IboughtofyouragentheieoneofyourHarTetUra and and T. A. KLEIN, cut 100 acrotoi wheat on very rough ground with lour smallTwina binder tber rnuloe, and Lancaster. walked along with perfect etto. Ineverhadany trouble or delay, and had no -use for xperts whatever. To a y that I am well pleated with my machine 1. a very mild expression. beat-am- f..w .nrH. tSi. ... ..:, 1,-- -7 "" ..- ....?.r awkward at first, but notwithstanding this, 1 got through with tho abOTe re- Ttie Iron Mower I bought of your nz.nt. John n. Turin- -. I. it.. i,. .i, lng.ia'tcstrunnlng.anlilghtoitdrattmowerlevertaw. N. B. CLAY, Ifl had a pair of I am aatlsfied I could work one bona to It and not pull Ulin hard. ahafts Klrksvllle. ,uu ":,;w' ",Y,.U V "jior.onsoi your tron iijwers. alto one or Daisy S' EABOMBUROIN, yourT?ul Keapsrs, anl willingly sir that they are the tightest running nil chlnet I have aver teen. The work of both In grain and grast is perfect. Koxtown. I bought a McCirmlck 7 ft. Harvester and Hinder of your agent hero, and It to say that it his given me entire satlttietloa. aflordt tne plea-ur- e TOM P.OBINSON, Tut draft it light, tho work porfett, have harvested a crop this ssaton with leal troab'.o lets bunford. exepnse and with more satltfaction than I ever harvested a crop before. I the McCormaek as the baet Binder on the mirket. We bought of your agent, O. D. Wearcn, In 183J, oneol our Ilarvestorj and Binders with which wo harvested a large crop that season with scarcely a.top in. muut in uoi weare n wen pioaiea wltn it that the next uii....kulCIiiIiiiH LouramouT, .ciwa we bought ofyour at LsnMiter, another of the aams have harvetuidthlt aeiwn nauly thrco hunmake, and with two M. F. itour, dred and fitly acres ofgraln wlthoutdnlayaorexpent'for rcpalra. Wo alinply Lancaster. regard the McCormlck aa the best binder we ever aiw. We baught a Walter A. Wood in Ml, and after much exp;nis we htrrend two h It. after which we aold It far what wecjuldget anldn'twant aay morj Walter A. Woodluourt. We have one of your Harvester and Binders with which wo haro harvested two largo erupt on exceedingly roujh land with the greateit success anl with TRAYLOR BU03, comparatively no expense for repairs. Our machine it at good now, and will do as gMd work s ever It did. an I wo will sir wlthjutherlutloa that If we Hunford. over want another machine It will bo the McCormlck. We have one of your Harvesters and Binders wnlrh web3u(ht stcsnl-han- d W. U. MURPHY, edafterlthad harveted .two largscropt on exceedingly rough lanl, too rough e have also harvested two large crops with it without the aid of for a Hinder. A. D. ROUT, an expert and wtthoutany expense for repairs. We have never seen a Binder Stanford. io njuai me .utvoimict auu it mis oue ever wears out wo want anotaer of tbe tame make. I havo one of your Harvester, and Binders with which I hare harv-ttet h rco most satbractory minner, never giving me any troubla or S.W.OIVENS,8R., largecropt in caused auyof the rextf.oas that I anels the case wltu thoie wio hive other Stanford. manufacture. The McCormlck it decidedly the lightest and simplest Hinder I have ever seen. B. W.AJ. A. GIVEX3, Tne undertljaed, each having purchated of your agnl, G. D. Weareu, one ot your Daisy lteipeit, we now deslrr to add our testimony ai to their wooder- E. WHITE. A. B. MCKINNEY, ful merlu as a reaping machine As tollghtneasoldralt we have Hirer seen anything lo compare with them, a small team of mules or- - horset being B. Y.HOBB3, dent to draw them all day with perfect ease, cutting I J a day on emooth land. The do perfect work in every respect where they are 8. M.OWENd. died, and have given ut entire sitlsfictlou, andwewould aiy to too farmtra L. H.PKYOR, generally, II rour crops are not sufficient to Justify you In buyinsablnder then D.fsy. dm't J.BAILEY.U.B. BOOSE, htanfjrd . wvu.uk uiu ig.ivu vi buy anything butaMeOrmlec oi your WO, alow uar ijcuii u. v. ueareu. ons ers. and better woik I hare never teen tban It does. I have used the Walter S. W.GIVENS, Stanford. A. Wood, Champion, Buckeye, and others, but the McCormlck suits me better tban any I hare ever used. It cannot be excelled I have one ofyour Iron Mowers which I bare use! three aoatons, and notwithstanding I ha-- e cut large crops of grass, used It In cutting weeds and W. P. TATE, briars, it It still in gosd repat and has not cost me anything for repairs whatever, except lor eeetlont. It it durable, light dralt, aai not excelled by any Stanford. mower oi wnica i nave anr knowledge. I hare one ol your Iron Mowers with which I have harvested n large crop of E. U.BUBN8IDE, grass with for four .eatont and Unas always donithebsst of work. 1 do dldiy believe that it did betterwork this lait asison than orer bofore. Tbo McCormlck Is certainly ehtllled to the premium for durability anl light draft. I purchased this aeatoa ol your agent one of your Uarre-ter- a and Twine JUndera with whlchl have harvested about ICO acres ofgraln oa a Terr much BEN. F. ROBINSON, piece of la d, with three mules, and the drart wat rery light. I had no use lor experts, had netroublo and am djllgbted with my machine, would not ex Lancaster. cbango It for any I hare yet seen. I would advlta farmers to buy the McCormlck binder if they want to save trouble and money, J,wi.?SS,1i! Efehomi bought of youragent here one of your, Harvesters and binders, and all ot ut pronounce It to be the best binder on trio maiket. Twine T. B. BRIGHT, U light, easy to hanhdle, rery durable, and doctai neat anl at clein workIt at H. A. HUDSON. could be wlthed. Wo hare teen various bin tcrs of other mike In ths field. T.J.HAMMOND, a. ,v Aiibnit, uui laiuK me .uciwuiick kurpasita i uem an in everr retnoct. J. A. A A. C.BURN8IDE, Lamastir. rd ot ma-hlncrop-wl'- only three ordinary aired mules and going tbrourh tho entire harvest with perfect ease and without breaking a casting or losing a tap-- In fict. without any delays whatever. I cut over ground that we had never Ventured to cut over even with a Dropper. If any one csn Mat that work I would be glad to hear from them. I have aeen the Osborne, Excelsior, Wood and other Binders at work, com pared with which th; McCormlck Under Is far superior in every tt, Thla 1. the first binder I have ever handled myself, being of course Terr 100 acres of gralnonir-r- y My lather bought one your Harvesters and binders, with which 1 harvested rough ground, doing all the driving myself, using te d rd. j. Cor. McCnary. While the riTer nnd hatlor bill wa- un week In Congrwi, Mr. der discuMlon lat follow-- : McCreary addreseed the boily ag KenMr. C .airman, tuy colleague from bM referred t0 lho tucky Mr- - W fordJ which provide, next paraRfaph o( the hill, .piuoiirhtton of $230,000 for the for an and he banefit of IhVkentucky River; amount la allowed for that if thla to ha an the Kentucky River there ouKht of $10 000 for the Smih appropriation There Ih Fork of the Cumberland Rier difference between thee a very decided River U the long-ea- t rivers. The "Kentucky while I will river In Kentucky; and 1 have no objection to eoy t n0 outatart by my colleague, the amendment proposed my duty to speak in behalf of yet I fed it be appropriated for the amount propoeed to the Kentucky River. 100 The river flow, for over the honor to I the district rlyer and it represent on this floor. Tn.t counties o the drain thtrty-tw- o tributarlr. a m.jirlty o the State of Kentucky, and by it are filled with Iner countlee drained haustlblequantltleaofcoaland iron. The square mile State of Kentucky has more in this any other of coal land than single country in the Union or any other Pennsylvania has 12, world. The State of land, and the 630 square allea of coal has 13 000 quare mlle-o- f State of Kentucky coal land. I ask Mb. Brown, of Pennsylvania. be excepted. tbat Alabama State, Mb. McCreABY. I except no say know whereof I speak when I I various States the gtoloalcal reports of the Kentucky has In the Union will ahow that mllea of coal than any other more square Pimmylvnnla not State In the Union, m'V" ' 0000 i, mile-throuve 8t. -- be-cau- cepVi. r. it. tnT coal land, and Kentucky has twice as many quare miles as Kagland. Her vast coal fielJa are divided into two divisions, known as the eastern and western divisions. Thd astern division comprises 10000 square miles of coal land. It is this eastern division the Kentucky River and its tributaries drain. Tne finest canrtel coaI district in tbe world is in the vlclnitv of the Kentucky River While cannel cjal is found in other parts of the world in pockets, the cannol cotl on this river and it tribdMrie is foun I in greet continuous vnin- - from 4 to 7 feet thick. In the counties of Morgan, Wolfe and Breathitt, in the district represented by my friend and oleague TMr Taulbee, are veins of cannel coal from S to 7 feet thick. In coking coal the counties on the upper water of the Kentucky River excel almost any other part of the country, there being inthitptrt of the State three times a much coal found as is found io any other Stale of the Uuion. Iron oro of tho very beat quality t f jund in great abuodance in the counties drained by the Kentucky River. For purposes, and for steel rtils, and for cut iery, the iron of that region is not excelled For years there has been a demand for it at Sheffield, in England, where it is used In manufacture fine cutlery. That country also has splendid forests Tne CnAiBMAN. The gentleman's time has expired. Mr. McCreary. 1 hope the committee will give me one moment more to conclude my remarks. Mn. Randall. I take the floor and yield ray five minutes to the gentleman from Kentucky. Mr. McCreary. I thank the gentleman h hills nnd. valleys of Mr fhiirman car-whe- many counties about the of the Kentucky River are covered with magnificent forests which make the very beet lumber In aome of these countiew you God timber in its pristine loveliuem, almost untouched by the ax of tho woodman. There are on the headwaters of the Kentucky Rlvtr thousands of acres of white pine. Last year there were shipped down the Kentucky Rtver, even with the present facilities for trinsportaticn, over 2,000,000,-00- 0 feet of lumber. Tbe people of that recion noed an outlet. Xo friendly railrcad has been extended into tbat section. The only outlet the people have is the Kentucky River, Thoy must ship their iron and coal and lumber down tbat river in order to find a market. Four locks and d.tms have been built on this river and two are now betnt; built with money appropriated by Congress, and tbe proposed appropriation, which bns received, I understand, the endorsement of the entire Committee on Rivers and Harbors, gives to the Kentucky River $250,000 to improvement. continue that much-needeNo p rson who is familiar with the facta can doubt tbe ntc.eiity for this appropriation It will be a great benefit to a lartte scopttof the country and a bltaaing to many people head-wated A REGULAR- - AVALANCHE OF BARGAIN STORE-ROO- M CROWDED-FLO- OR TO CEILING. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, And tho Prices named almost tako your breath for Cheapness. Our solo ambition is to See How Much We can Sell for a Dollar ! Dry Goods Store, Wc Keep Everj thing Pertaining to a Mrst-Cliiswith a Full and Complete Shoe, lint aud Clothing M Department Attached ! Pleasant B Johnson has been appointed postmaster at Berea. Daughters, Wires and Mothers. guarantee Dr, M.rchltl'a Female Kenedy, t cure Female Diseases, such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down falling, IrregnlarltleJBamnneaa, Change o t LIf,Leuchorrho!s; beside, many weakneaaessprlng log from tbe above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleopleaaneai, Nervous Debility, Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For tale by Druggists. Price, ft and II 60 per bottle. Send to Dr, J, B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free, for sals l'V runny A McAllttcr, Druggists. We emphatically Our goods are the lieat and wo only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. "We could never learn to follow. Wq want to achieve success by deserving it. We don't expect to get rich in a day. We almost swap dollars with our customers, we soil at so small a profit, still wo have no bad debts and find ourselves gaining in strength as a buriness House ail the time. except the The Calicoes and Cottons we sell to our customers at b cents a yard aro worth that by the discount we get off for cash. Wo think wo can sell you Shoes and Clothing at a saving of from $3 to 85 over city prices. Our low prices on Shoes of every description aro the marvol of tho ago. All the fine Lace Curtains and beautiful White Goods that sold so low in the auction will be closed out cheap. If you pay cash and want to see how far a dollar will go, call at car-loa- S. Ii. Powers t Co.'s Great Bargain Store, STANFORD, ILEWTUCB.Y- - Rspreaentative J. W. Throclcmorton, teachers of the different schools of the . . Fifth Texas district, haa announced couniy. x am gnu to say inai more inter-eis being manifested in this county in wno Dccame to tnorouguiv reconstructed that he will not be a candidate for the Sunday-schoo- l cause than ever before. afterwards aa to be taken into the republi. tion to Congress. May 7, loou can fold and given a fat office, appeared at The malltia fired into a mob of strik- This is the main object of S. S. Conven Stanford, Ky., the great Southern gathering in a full suit ers at Milwaukee, Wis., killing two and tions, to arouse tho christian people to n of tho Confederate uniform that ho wore wounding three. That Is tho surest nnd sense of their duty in stirting tip more inw. P. WALTON. terest in the work. Misses Mattfe Wil while fighting the best government the only way to put an end to Jawleesneis. world ever saw. As he is truly loyal this Senator Kenna has been selected chair- liams, iila Adams and T. ii, Rsberts are has not alarmed the radical and venal man of the Democratic Congressional Com appointed a committee on arrangements, inSometime ago when the question of northern press at all, but they continue to mittee and den. doff, of the Republican vitations, CtC, base 111 playing on Sunday was abuse and vilify Mr. Davis and will use Committee. Both are West Virginians. OARRARD C0UNTT DEPARTMENT. before tho Legislature, we protested against Senntor IngalU' resolution for chang epaL. JBWCl! Triira Wmmmwl n0K any other city being exempt- his utterances tor all they are worth from L?nlaviUe or Lancaster. now on till the fall elections. This class ing inauguration day from March 1 to provision of the law, when ed from tho ElitorM. D. Hughes is on the sick of cattlo would do well to ponder on what April 30 hai been favorably reportod by Brer. Logan, of the lima, made fun of our Qen. Longetreet said during tho ceremo- tho committee on privileges and elections. list this week. The Nar$ shows i decided old fogy ideas and suggested that the people nies: John W. Black, the man who was shot improvement accordingly, "This occasion is a revival of a of Louievillo could not find recreation Id "Old Nick,1' a venerable grey horse, the harmless but beautiful sentiment. The by John Charles, in a difficulty in JackHHSJMWH n l4MJCSfvX JmyHjBlBHHA Ai our favorite amusement of mumble.the- property of Kogleman A Farrin, died Tuesold soldiers wanted to get together again, son county last Sunday, has since died. peg in the mint patch on tho Sunday afterand this was perhaps the best occasion for Charles escaped from tho guard and is at day morning. He was valued at $150. noons of a hot summer. This is what hapThe rumor that the flownler Rifles a meeting. It means no disrespect to any large. pened in Brer. Logan's moral city laet Sunwill be ordered to Chicago to quell the disother section of the country, nor is there an It will be a happy day when Kentucky day according to his own paper: Six thousevidence of disloyalty in the display. We has a Governor who does not know more turbance there is unfounded in every resand spectators hoodlums, Legislators and all recognira that the war is over, and .that about the merits of a felony cato than the pect.Tho County Sunday School Convenladies attended Sunday base bill in this Cavinglon Commonall the questions then submitted for decis- court which tried it. tion will be held at the Christian church in city, and becoming displeased with the ion to the sword are forever settled. Mr. wealth. this place on Wednesday, May 10th. All converted themselves v' o Davis, growing old, tho people were anx The House passed a bill Tuesday im- the people are invited to attend. Tt.Utj.il. h .t .,.. A i..arnl of purity, into a howling mob. It became violent, trcngtb. ami wholeeomcnota. More economic.! ious to see him once again, and this was the posing a license tax of from $500 to $1,000 What Lancaster needs nnd wants most than the ordinary klmli. and can not b sold In and the police found it necessary to keep r compellton with the multitude of low teet, ibort companies best time to do it. Frobably it is his last per annum upon sleeping-cais a real live base ball club. There are lots weight aluui qr phoipliat powders. Sold only In tho crowd irom rushing on the field and which is pretiUirjLlUKisn I'owoki Co., Cat-ca- lls and yells appearance among us. That is all this doing business in Kentucky, of good material around town which ought can. mobbing the umpire. 1M Wall Btrpet, N. V, The Bucket Pumh & Water demonstration means, and the right to this ty steep aa is the fare on such cars. to be utilized to some good adrantsge and and stamping of feet made the grand stand celebration by both the young and the old It is announced that Hon. Stanley if anything can bring glory to a place it is a bedlam until the end of the game. There Ji an IranroTrment ou ny l'urnpor Eterator ytt will everywhere be acknowledged. It Matthews, of tho United States supreme a base-bal- l iDTrntwl. Tli" cupt drartndlnn lull of alrand club. were three fights in rapid succession, and means nothing more than a reunion of old court, is to be married to the widow of wAter, circulate tbt air Irom botWe may be mistaken but we don't people began a stampede. This excitetom to top of clitern or well, removing MT, VEBNON, KY. comrades and the revival of neyer fading Judge T. C. Theaker, who was commission-e- r think we are; evertbing points to it and we raiboT-la- g water bUKi. and reuderlnf the utiertiura, wlnle. ment had the effect of rattling the yisitors all color, bad tide or melt. Tble I'ump has of patents under President Lincoln. memories." an Improve! rhilo: no Unit to nt twi.ii. u.k have got it dead straight that two ol Lann Thti old and and they became nervous enough to allow Hotel li till The seventh May Musical Festival caster's belles will marry in a very few fins reputation. Charge reasonable. cup Uwlderad permanently, and Intiettd ola link, the homo boys to make four scores." This The police attempted to disperse a riot will be held at Cincinnati, May aflatpleco ot saltanlaed Iron la tied. Do not purcbiM a pump until you er Ihli. weeks. The young ladies in question don't Special attention lo the traTellng public. was enough to disgust even Brer. Logan, one assembly at Chicago, composed of Very rrptliilly, the distinguished soloists, there will live far apart and we would gladly give who in his usually forcible manner de- strikers, agitators and socialists, which Mt. Vernon, Ky. i- II. IBIGGIXH. be GOO trained singers. Season tickets $10, their names were we allowed to do so. nounces such desecration of the Lord's day responded by throwing dynamite bombs single seat $2,50. Low rates by all the Miss Lizzie Simpson, of Lebanon, is and demands that Sunday bue ball shall into their midst, killing four of them outrailroads, especially the 0. & M. visiting Misses Mattie and Sallie Denny, be prohibited. We have always contended right and wounding many others. They Ool. Ojcar Turner, after defying the near Hyattsville. Ool. John H. Woodcock 1,bTJa,t returned from theettr nd I rordUl-I- f. rOM that horse racing, theatricals and circuses then opened a fusilade with revolvers, but see my Lrg.nt Lin. the First dis- has gone to Somerset on business. break theSab-bat- h the police returned the fire and put them to Democratic organization of Mr. bofor. buy0f. i .1 rall.ttwtlon should as well be permitted to W. N. 8c CO.. for ten years, and seeing there is no James W. Miller, of Etna, Mo., is visiting my flnrJr aelected atoekof La lien' Und.fw.Jr BONANZA MILLS, . . . aa base ball players, aa not one of them flight with the loss of several killed and trict KICUMOND, KY. m otioru, UaadkmbUft, Cufl a and hope for him in the future on that line, has relatives and friends here. Mrs. M. L. f "J'"is more demoralizing and virious in its ten- wounded. The greatest excitment preyail- FU0,',fl'rDt If.n - &M"' Whits E,ij - TfT hV, 'V1'""1 ''" Mill an J make. Vrtaet. at ww concluded to submit his claims to the dem Granger has returned from Sin Antonio, the room I.l.l ....!. b found TTw -dencies. Let the base bailers and their ed and the whole city was thrown almost TaratN by ,u"r""lUr. mim.i, mi Congressional con- Texas. Miss Anna Vaugban has Adns. HATE It Wend': rtturued bawling in the six days into a panic. Chicago has permitted these ocratic primary in the followers do their -...v.-, This is like death-be- d ..u m.u, urw on, 7. IIMMinl from Christianburg. allotted for labor and amusement and make cut throats and refuse of creation to hold test this summer. Owensboro Messenger. them remember the Sabbatb, even if they Sunday meetings and plot murder, rapine, repentance. DANVILLE. BOTLE COUNT T. do not keep it holy. arson and robbery and the riot is but the To the Democrats of the 8th Judicial Dis George Lee for assaulting and other natural trtct. The Knights of Labor have gone bold outcome of such scoundrels grown wise abusing John Cowan was fined $10 in by the failure of the authorities to disI have learned that in certain quarters it though the formality of declaring the strike perse and punish the dirty crew.If the police is charged that I have not accepted the re- the police court this morning. Both coloff at St. Louis, when it had declared itself ored. can not bring them into subjection, the sult of the lata primary in good faith. I deMr. John A. Heron, of the Citizens off more than a month ago. The CongresState troops should be brought To bear and sire to say that I cheerfully submit to the National Bank, has returned from a visit sional committee advised it and the chiefs failing the Federal forces should be ordered result as declared and I hope and expect of several week to his mother and sister, of the order were but too willing to comPealeta In all klndiof to the scene and mow them down right and that my friends will accord to my late who live in Memphis. ply, as it gave them a loop bole to get out left. The socialists spirit must be nipped competitor the same hearty support in the The first spring game of base ball be of a very damaging defeat to them. The in the bud or anarchy and continued final contest as they would have expected tween the Centre College nine and the applied for work, and Mr. men have bloodshed will result all over the coun- from his friends if I had been successful. town nine will take place on the College Hoxie, general manager, has issued orders try. With the profoundest gratitude to thoee ground to reemploy as many as are needed, giving Wz present in another column a card who supported me and the kindest of feelwho own homes Mr. Q. W. Welsh, Jr., lost bis fine the preference to those along tho line of the road. As the compa- from Mr. Waddle, late candidate for Com- ings for all, I am Your Obedient Servant, Jersey cow by death Wednesday morning. beO. H. Wxddlk. She waa a very fine animal and cost 5 COO ny had eecured about 11,000 new employes monwealths Attorney, which settles of yond cavil his position in the premises. at McCormick's sale when a in place of the strikers, lees than 4,000 MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. wtmm Messrs. Samuel and Ltpsley McKee who struck will be able to get Such a card was expected as it is customathe 15,000 ry in close races especially for the defeat- from this and Alex. Irvine, who have been attending Lewis Sowder. who was sent their old places. The strike has proved a ed candidate to avow his acceptance of the county sometime ago to the Lunatic Asy- Theological Seminary at Princeton, N. J., terrible boomerang to to the strikers. It situation and bow cheerfully to the decis lum, has returned and seems to be perfect arrived Here last nlgbt lo spend tbeir vawas almost without excuse in the first place and its continuance was a piece of stub- ion of the majority. We have all along ly sane. Bays he was well cared for while cation. Mr. J.J. Robertson, of Harrodsburg, said that Mr. Waddle would not do other-erwis- e there. bornness inexcusable. and Miss Anna D. Eonis, of this county, obthan accept the result in a proper John Lunsford, who sued the L. & N. U It is gratifying to know that Z. T. Young, manner, but thought that some expression R. R. Company for $300 for Injuries sus- tained license to marry on the 1th inst. The parties are to be married this (Thurswho figured so unenviably in the Rowan from him was duo under the circumstances. tained by a hand car running over him, county troubles, will not be commonwith the Company, day) evening at the home of the bride's The bill to continue the Geological Sur- has compromised father, Mr. George Ennis. wealth's attorney of the district next term. vey and limit the appropriation to $10,000 which pays his doctor bills and gives him a V R, M. Fisher and James Gentry Returns from all the counties of the Mays- - per annum, passed the House easily, not job of work on a section. effect A.E. fine yearling colts to Lexingville Judicial district are to the withstanding the efforts of Mr. Bobbitt, J. W. Brown has returned from Indi- shipped two SCRRETH,be disposed of at B. G. Bruce's sale Cole, of Maysvllle, for Circuit Judge, and Mr. anapolis, where he took his little nephew, ton to Merridith and others of that ilk, who James Bailee, of the same town for Prose- made speeches in opposition. Tho Survey Wade Mulllns, to the National Surgical on Saturday. Mr. Fisher's colt is by HarBuck-decuting Attorney, have secured a majority has been of incalculable benefit to They can cure ry O'Fallon out.of Bettte B. by Imp. the Stale Institute for treatment. and will be nominaMr. Gentry's by Jits Johnson, dam of the delegated votes, and its continuance ought never even to him in six months; he is badly crippled. by Tom Bowling, ted to the respective offices named at a con- have been questioned. Mr. B. brought him bick, but will take Mr. El. K. Moore, of this county, and vention to be held at Carlisle, May 11. Grnlu, Wool, SceU, Fowl, Coal, .Lumber, The result of the primary in Ohio coun- him again. Miss Dora L. King, of Garrard county ob News has reached here that David O. Senator Beck has published a card in ty gives Judge L. P. Little the democratic marriage license on the 31 and were tained the Lexington Fress to correct some mis- nomination for Circuit Judge by 129 ma- Gibson has been arrested at Dwarf, Perry married at Lsxington yesterday. The bride county, for dealing unlawfully in pension ha accuses Judge Char- jority over Capt. Owen. representations that Little carried has taught echool in this county for some ley Kincaid of constantly making in re- Ohio by G21 votes. The Owensboro papers claims. Mr. Gibson formerly lived in this HOUSE- to the Jo- - months past. The groom is a son of Mr. gard to him. He says "perhaps that corres- can now resume their normal conservatism conntv and was sent from here B. Moore, of this county. liet, III., Penitentiary, where he served a J. pondent thinks (if he can think) that he and let up on wool pulling for a season. A walking match took place on Tuesterm of 5 years for the same offense. is pleaeing somebody by misrepresenting day at Rue's trotting track, which is J of a THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Rev. Oicar Duval I procured license me. I have not noticed him before, and mile round. Messrs. Robert and Ben Blake would not now, but for the fact that othThe House has passed the Senate bill here this morning to marry Miss Ltzzio man, John Nash and Ben). Waldridge were er papers than the one ho represents are for the benefit of D, B. Edmiston, commit- Pryor at Wilmot Chippel next Sunday at the contestants. Mr. Waldridge took in taking his dispatches for true." tee for George Delaney, of Lincoln county. 10 A. M. They live in the Copper Creek the first money and Mr. Nash the second. la tbe on, tbat carries the lartwt and Mr. Duvall is a young neighborhood. Maj. Rigney has After passing a law to make gambling the sense of the yotersoffered a bill to take minister of the M. E. Church 8outh and The distance walked wis 22 miles. of Casey county aa "Mambrino Startle," owned by Divld a felony, the Legislature enacted a bill con to the propriety of moving the oounty quite an able one too. Miss Prior Is an ac Bonner, of New York, and in taining a clause which permitted the li charge of complished and amiable young lady and censing of pool rooms in Louisville, but seat from the present location to the town wife, Cecil Bros , of this place, has been very ill calculated to make a man a model Gov. Knott detected the inconsistency and Yoeemite in said county. for some days past with "pink-eye- " com Both Houses have passed a bill which May prosperity and happiness attend their plicated, perhaps, with pneumonia. Dr. vetoed the bill. It is a cold day when an pathway through life. Taggord, the celebrated vetcrnary surgeon Our facllltiea lor buying and tbadlsMunta on tbo great quantltlei we buy enable ua to glre better objectionable enactment passes the eagle provides that officers of the court, and parprice than anyone. Jim Frazer was appointed town marties to the action, who are witnesses in the of Lexington, has been to see him this eye of the executive and it is well for such case, shall not be excluded from the court shal instead of James Croucher. Mr. C. is week. Yesterday he was thought to bo a a legislature as he has to watch, that he is at Greenwood guarding convicts and little better. room during the taking of the testimony. always on the alert. would not accept the place. Jim will Representative Williams has n Dr. Harvey Mills is the senior partner Wz had no idea anyone would be silly the bill to add Taylor county to the make a good officer and will bring the boya and general manager of an establishment on enough to construe as a slur the little pleas-antr- jiigom uuuiciai aistnci. in tnls connec- to time. E. B. Smith was appointed attor the corner of Main snd Third street that we tried to get off on the Louisville tion I desire to say that Mr. Alcorn, the ney. Only one suit has been brought in undonbtedly supplies a long felt want in Tima" effort at printing the names of the democratic nominee for Circuit Judge in the police court. Walter Tumlin swore Danville. Nearly everything calculated to prospective republican candidates for Judi- the Eight district, bad nothing whatever to out a warrant for the arrest of Cynthia Fry Hut we tickle the palates of old and young is kept cial offices in this district Both Col. Mor- do with the introduction of the bill. He for using abusive language to his wife. The constantly on band. Only one article is but for some cause row and Capt. Uerndon understood it as is satisfied with his district aa at present case was called lacking as yet and that article la to be supboth know that we have always entertained constituted, and will be elected by a thous- it was put off till Saturday, Cynthia was plied in the near future, and the name of the most friendly feelings for them. and majority over any Republican that can required to give a bond In the sum of $100. it is "PIE." be a good case to break in Mr.Samuel Linebaugh and Miss Mamie fltralght through on all goodi handled The withdrawal of the nomination of be put against him. Frankfort correspon This is said to byui. Ws bate now tbe largeit itock eer bronchi to thli the officers. dent Louisville Times. Warren Green to the Kanagawa ConsulSwaneon eloped from here on Tueeday city and all we aak you it to call and examine our Kwdi. Mrs. C. 8. Nield was at her father's morning, taking to right the wrong of ship is a partial effort the 1 o'clock train fcr NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Mr. Jack Adams, Saturday. Miss Susie Louisville, A harem-scarefellow, his appointment. at Junction City. They wete -- Mayor W. T. Hanley, of Mt. Sterling, B. Woodyard yisited Mrs. J. W. Brown, married that evening at Jeffersonvilie. The with no appreciation of the honor of an Friday. Mr. F. L Thompson and wife bride is a is dead. er obligation, pecuniary or otherwise, in not of Col. J, H, Mr. Ezra Oflutt, an aged citiisn of have returned from Lincoln and Garrard, to represent the United the sort of a man Thomas and was visiting the family of that Georgetown, died Wednesday. where they have been visiting relatives and 8tates in any capacity whatever. gentleman at the time she and her lover There are four negroes on the grand friends. Mrs. M. C. Bragg is at her departed for Indiana. The bride's parents GarBorn Houses have- resolved to pack jury now in Besaion in Louisville. daughter's, Mrs. R. E. Thompson's, in m m Wi tTK TWT'Sri Russellyille sa does the family of their tents and steal away from Frankfort, Henry Wolford.city treasurer of Lou- rard county. Mr. M. J. Miller, wife and livein anu tne nappy couple arc May 17. God hasten the time and may he isville, is 82 years old and has held office daughter have returned from. Garrard, Air. ijineDaugn now in that city basking in the sunshine of us to be enreed with another for 59 consecutive years, never permit where they went to see their daughter, puenlal forgiveness. such managerie. A colored convict at the Kensee mines Mrs. James Adams, who waa quite sick. Mr. Snow, a brakemanon a passenger Martin Ikons denies that he has been was killed and a wbito one shot bv th She is much better. I am glad to note train on the Cincinnati Southern railroad, -- DSALllaS i!- Miss Clara Whitehead's recovery. She is expelled from the Knights of Labor, but guards as they ran in effort to escape. was tried before (bunty Judge Lee and representative McCreary is talked of walking around again. if It' were true it would be all the better for on Tuesday on a charge lan Drugs, Books, Stationery and n as Beck's succesior in the Senate; but he -- S.F. Wishnrd, State Visitor for the jury toward John Denny, orof usingcalcuagitathe Knights, Irons is a guage color, I UIIUJ ill UIIUO. eays, "I am a ondidate for Congress; one Kentucky Sunday School Union, was here lated to provoke an tumult. Itseoms that tor. thing at a time." Tuesday in the interest of the S. S. cause Denny got on tho train at Junction City to Phyalclam' prracrlptlona accurately compounded A number of the socialistic leaders, inAllO The lumbermen on strike made a and delivered an address at night (o a good come to Danville and refused to pay the Spies have been arrestcluding Schwab and m fifteen cents the company requires of all .eHIWnW anno),Atca movement Wednesday on the McCormick audience, His talk wm good, his singing paesengers who fall to procure tickets before ed and are in jail at Chicago, They Bhouid Reaper Works nnd a serious collision with beautiful. A Sunday School Convention entering the cars, After the conductor be made to swing at once from the gallows. thejpollce resulted. The disorder was will be held at this place some time in this prepared to put him off Denny managed lo Bully for the Senatel It defeated the stimulatol by the Socialistic element month. Will announce the time in a few rake up the additional nickel which he Tho Largest Btook of "Watohea, Olooks, Jewelry and Silvorware paid nnd when ho reached Dinville he in infamous parole bill passed by the House which has lor.eprae time been seeking an days. 'All who oro interested In the fc. S stituted the prosecution referred to. The to,turnrnoat of the convicts loose upon ah opportunity for display. A number Eyer bought to tbla market Pxlcea Lower than ' ringing in tho case thq IOwwt. Watcbca, Clocki and Jewelry He- of the' work are Invited to assist lu tWoonvcn- ;,..., u ,,!,. i. strikers were wounded. unouenuing puuuc. nnd una promptly acquitted Mr. tinow. paired on ahoit notlco and Warranted, iion, eii;cia!ly the superintendints Stmi-8Heekliiiilenoron- Gen. LoNasTHEnr, who fought gallantly for tho Lost Cause through the war. but I of the ... at e POWDER Absolutely Pure. '.'-- uu-i-i.- NEWCOMB lIOXJGIi Purifier ta 18-2- Be-sid- SJ-C-m IVHIlinory, SV " Buy Yous? Flour POTTS 110-2- ""." VVI!J';. ' 0 WEflREW & MENEFEE. Favminglmplements and Ma chin- ery, a 4 to-d- Fia Bm Jim QmElasm Etc -- n; Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons. THE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS 4 BEST STOOKofGOODS with-draw- y We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, "TO HaEAN CUT PRICES fc grand-daught- METOALF FOSTER. m tr W r-- May m MMmmm PHARMACISTS, low-dow- ($5 feS V, JEWELERS' cmi-SHtck- li) Jntenor aant al THE PRESENTIMENT OF DEATH. Circumstances Young; Tho subject ot presentiment concerning death and fatality in families spoken ot in Hancock's case rooalls somosod points in tho Bayard history. Few famlllos havo boon moro depleted by sudden death than tho Vayard, arid in many instances thoru havo been forewarning and presentiments. It Is said that Mlis llayard wrote a letter indicating hor approaching death. Tboro nro now iu Washington many old naval olllccrs who remember tbo iutorexting circumstances attending tbo deuthof Miss bayard's cousin, Charles U llayard, at Mount Vesuvius. Ho was tho favorite son ot KIr.hard llayard, ot Philadelphia, whoso father and Secretary Uayard's father wero brothers. Iu IS J, whllo on board tho United States ship Congress, In company with sovoral young friends from on board, he made tbo ascent ot Mount Vesuvius. It was tbe same Congress that went down in Hampton Hoods before tho M rritnnc, and in tlio party was the sasio Jotejih fc'mlth, who, ns commander of tbo Coiigro, bad his head taken oil by a cannon ball, nnd ot whom his father said, when bo heard that the Congress was taken s "Then J to is dead." In tbo party also was Lehman Ii. Asbmead, ot Philadelphia, with whom young llayard THE ALABAMA'S CAREER. QF THE CONFEDERATE PRIVATEER'S CRUISE AND COMBATS. A A LITTLE MEXICAN FLOWER GIRL. Sierras IN NORTIKCAROIINA. NOTES FROM AN OBSERVER SO- Sta&ford, Ky E. O. WALTON. - May 7, 1886 SUBlnoBB Attending the Death of STORY rtaynnl at Mount Vesuvius. Little Tale Told by tho Toet of the I havo ben flirting JOURNING IN P1NEVILLE. w Mamttfor. DOING THE DARLINGS JUSTICE. afterward went to Jerusalem to visit tbe Holy Bcpulcher. "Whllo them they both had tattooed on their arms by nn old dragoman tho heraldic anus of Jerusalom, with the date of their visit, In the case of young Uayard tho tattooed cross developed virulent features, fostered, and finally be became sick and the arm became greatly swollon. Ho continually declared that bo would die, and even after It appeared to touches. Still, we do not havo half the troublo grow eutlrcly well ho was iu the habit ot photographing children that we used to saying to Mr. Aahmeod and other friends: have. Tbe timo necessary for taking a This arm will be the death of me yet" Ten year afterward young llayard loft picturo ban been so reduced that, if we can catch a child in tbo right position and with for a crutsd in tbe Columbia, ns flag lieutena desirable expression for a moment, presto) ant of Commander Morris. Before leaving he took a tad farewell of all his friends the picture is taken and there we are. 11 tbe old method wo used to require so much here, and declared to one and all that "they would never sea him again." He was very more time that it was next to an impossibility to get a really good picture of a dejected and despondent Ten years to ft I by. They were certain to move and blur day from his previous visit, in company some of tbe feature, or begin to cry and with young Carroll Tucker, of Maryland, produce a lamentable failure. In thoeo and a few friends, tbe Columbia being then days tbe artist bad to bj a diplomatist up at Naples, be made tbe ascent ot Vesuvius to all sorts of wily expedient to keep an during an eruption. With him were Hear Admiral Bltnpson and Hoar Admiral Calinfant still and to produce a pleasant exhoun, who were thnn lieutenants. He had pression on iu little physiognomy. When be removed the rap with one band he bad the arm of a IYusslan army officer. Ha was to exhibit in tbe other a jumplng-Jacor quite gay. Just near the Hormttoge wbero he had halted ten years before, the party ome bright colored toy to engage attention, or else be diverted the Infantilis mind by stopiod, finding it would be dangerous to go whistling like a mocking bird, or other hi nearer the crater. As tkoy wero turning, a foolishly dUportlog himself. That tort of mass of lava and rock struck young Bayard thing is largely done away with, but chil- on the arm where be bad been tattooed, cutdren make very bad subjects for the camera ting it fearfully and obliterating the crow, UI the samo." Chicago Tribune Interview. aud before tbe party could reach tho foot of the volcano ho diod. His mother is still livTtie I'rrdilrnt and Ills Autograph. ing, upward of 10 years of age. His body One of tho most pleasant yet difficult is buried near tito foot of Vesuvius. Philadelphia Time. duties tbe president has to perform is the autograph craw Doorkeoper Lxrfller generally has a dozen or so autoTThat Jay Gould Says of Yachting. graph albums lying on bis table. When the Jay Oould was in the library of his Fifth (resident comes to his otllco In tbe mornavenue residence when your correspondent ing Luelller takes In bis little load, and if got into his presence, "If you desire to tbe president appears to bo in a good humor obtain an interview on the railroad strike," be lays tbetn on the table, and Uie president, he said, with polite decision, mvo the effort with a laugh and some remark about tbe of pertinacity, for I positively won't talk craze, writes bis signature i.oarly always on that subject for publication. Whatever this way. is to be sold from tbo company's side of tbe drover Cleveland, case Is put out on the ground. You must Feb. 27, excuse me. Tbo visitor suggested that his When tbe books have all ten signed views on railroading generally would bo inIxrffler takes them to his desk and keeps teresting for the publioto read. "All right," them until they are cabled for, Tho prral Mr. Gould repllwl, ''just make mo say that dent sometime varies tho way of writing if steam yachting in my Atalanta could be his autograph, occasionally following the dono evorboly every when. by all date by "executive mansion'' or "white over the continent, I would sell my bo-bouse," but never putting "president"' i ailrood holdings at a sacriQca. bupjoo fore or after his name, A great many or that canals for the swiftest vessels could bo the autograph books ore lelt by senators, dug alongside all the railroads in the counmembers and othsr high olllciala. but al- try, who would rido any moro in cars I I've most every caller has n book in which they just returned from a crubvs in my yacht, want the president's signature. If all these and the highest luxuries known to land were sent in the labor would keep tbe presitransit are discomforts compared with skimhours in the day, ming along, as swiftly as tho average train, dent busy for twcnty-ilvbut Mr, LtL'trter has a way of keeping the with no dut or jolt Oh, railroads are people off. The president never refuses to useful but for purposes! ot pleasure I shall sign his name in the books, a not more than forevermore tlcspiso them. And who knows a halt doen at a time are taken in to him, wrlouily, now that some tlmo or other and theto only about three days in n week. waterways may sured railroad tracks Washington l'oot. for fast and comfortablo travel." Cincinnati Enquirer Interview. Htrencttienlne Memory by Association. There is a good story going tbe rounds at DnnUh Superstition Concerning Itlchc. tho expento of a young liangor iort, who If you would be rich you must go. out on lias several bad habits, ono of which is Twelfth Night to a cross road where five and tbe other playing tho festive ways meet, one of which leads to a church; nnd eminently American game of poker. and you must take with you iu your hands One evening one of their regular poker a gray calfskin and an axe. When you party brought in a stranger by the name of reach tbe cross-roayou must sit down on Boulo. Our friend, knowing his own weakthe calfskin, the tall of which murt be exness for name nnd afraid that ho would tended in the direction of tbo road which make somo mlstako during tho evening, leads to tho church yard. Then you must taxed bit brain to tho utmost in order to fix look fixedly at the axo which must bo mode the name In bis memory, and In this at- as sharp as possible, tempt be was aided by what he thought was Toward midnight, tbo goblins will come 11 Tory bright idea. The old expression, In multitudes nnd put gold iu great heaps "Corporations have no souls," occurred to around you, to try and mako you look up, him, and by keeping this saying in mind aud they will chatter, grimace, and grin at be was ably to remember the stranger's you. But when at length they have failed name causing you to look aside, they will begin This plan worked first rate for a time, in tako bold ot the tail of the calfskin and to but as tho game waxed merrier and n pair drag it away with you upon it Then you of aces got to bo worth the limit there came will be fortunate it you con succeed in cut when our friend could not think of ting off n tin the tail with the axo without looking tbe stranger's name for his life. Mind you, about you and without damaging the axo. at Oils time he was a little fuddled, but be If you succeed the goblins will vanish, and felt he must know bow many cards the all the gold will remain by you. OtherLike a Hash that saying wise, if you look about you or damage tho stranger took. came into his mind, and breathing n sigh of axe, it will bo all up with you. Chambers' relief he said blandly, "Excuao mo, Mr. Cor-- i Journal. oration, how many did you drnwf" Tho laugh that followed showed tho forgetful (Juulnt Fancies of Kwinous Composer. youth bis mistake, and as bis only way out Bacchinl worked surrounded by his pet of it ho explained tho whole matter to the cat ordered some more all round. toard and Paosiello composed his best music while Lowiston (Me.) Journal lying In bed. Auber composed wbilo on horseback, ridCopjlng Features of KnglUU Life, This custom ot Introducing hired enter- ing at full gallop. his imagination had Bartl found freer tainers Into private houses is growing vent in a dark that rcom. rapidly, and as it is one ot tho features of Moyerbeer drew his finest Inspirations English life it is, of course, "the swell thunder-storthing," but it is well to notice that no actor from a Adolpbo Adam got bis Ideas while burled of American birth and training can be under an eider down qi Jit lined to this class of work. Ilich peoplo on is the other side, who aro not able to amuss aleBlr Aithur Sullivan he is addicted to Bats' composing. and tho sofa while tboiusolvos, introduce these professionals into Qluck composed of their bouses and peoplo of wealth In this meadow, with his best out and doors in a piano a bottla of city with llttlo capacity for doing somechampagne. thing interesting thornselves are rapidly folWagner, when composing his historical lowing their example Tho acquisition ot wealth in this country operas, arrayed himself in the appropriate teems to draw our citizens toward the medluivnl garb. New York Graphic. customs that havo grown to bo second Mutk. Inventor of tho nature on the other side. For instance, catchers now The mask which base-ba- ll while tbe oldor rich men of tho metropolis wear was tho invention ot Fred Thayer. lie wero drivors on the road nnd loved to sit a fast trotter, tho younger generation waj training tbe Uarvnrd nine in tho win, nro all stecplecbaso rldors nnd love to ter of lbtO-7- when Harrold Ernst, one of gallop across tho country on what they call the faitast of pitchers, was on the nine, "hunts." This now phaso of lifo for tho Jim Tyng,who caught, said that be would not stand behind tho bat unloss he could get young bloods Is growing very rapidly. some sort of protection for his face. The Frank Hurr in Philadelphia Time result was that Thayer fixed up a sort of cage, which has gradually bocomo tho imThe Ventilation of a Kchool-Jtoou- i. Chicago Tribune. Somo years ago, a glass halt full of 11 toe proved mask of water was placed upon tho teacher's desk lleartU In the French Army. in each of tho six rooms of a largo school. Qen. Boulanger, minister of war, bos reA single glass was loft on tbe desk of tho laboratory as a cherk. At tho end of ono served to sanction beards in tho French hour, tboy woro nil collected and examined. nmy. Officers and sergeants may wear Had tho air In tho rooms continued pure, any amount ot beard, provided it bo not the glasses would havo boon as clear as long enough to conceal the number of their when placed upon tho disks, Hut nil wero regiment? on their collar. For privates somewhat turbid; ono had a thick scum; there is no restriction. Bide whiskers, howund one had tbe lime so- completely turned ever, must not bo worn alone, and short to chalk that a stream of pure carbonla hair, especially behind, la still compulsory. acid produced no moro procipltate. What Chicago Journal did it all moanf Simply that tbe air in all tboso rooms was loaded with deathdoallhg ,Itcost103,Ma,.WS to conduct tho public cnrbonlo acid. Lolloy F, Grltlln in Tho schools of tbe United Stntss in Ib&i. k Tlio Troulita tlio l'hotogrnplicr Has with lufuutlle Humanity 1'retto. "Aro you photographing many children nowadaysl" was nikeil of a photographer. "Ym, tho Labloi aro pretty toady nnd nmoiitf tho most troublesome wo plain-faceLavtv Koxt to a inlddle-n'od- , fotnalo, who want ton years taken from her ago and a Inrgo stock of beauty added to bcr tout cnsotublo, a young mother with hor babe is tho tnoit aggravating person tbo photographer has to deal with. !'ot ono In til thlnki tho photographer docs bcr darling juitlco, for, of couno, overy mother liai tho wttoKt, prettiest baby in the world. They bring them to bo photographed when tboro U koiriviy any difference Uitwoon the foaturct of ono and another, dross them up iu laco and lawn, and prop thorn up with pillows. When they aro oted thcro la scarcely anything vitlble but n bundlo u u rod fuio. Tbun tho mamma complain that tho camera will not idealito litnnd make a cherub but of a frlghU-notle morsel of humanity whoso inott salient characteristic is abnormal lung power. There is usually a great deal of time expended arranging the precious infant, prevailing upon it to smile, and allaying IU fears. Mamma must generally stand close by to preserve order and add the flnlshlng well-knowri d tu Account by One of the Crew Iteiuark of an Old Tar benuncs' Exhortation Sinking the Ilntteras When the Alabama Slot the Kcnnarge. In Tho Century tho story of tho crulso and combats of tho Confederate steamer Alabama is retold briefly, and in an interesting way. Tbo contributors to tho account nro Dr. J. M. Browno, surgeon of the Keartargo; Capt J. M. Koll, executive ollkor of tho Alabama, and Mr. P. I). Haywood, one of tho Alabama's crow. This looks at first Uko two on ono sldo and ono on tho other, but Mr. Haywood scorns moro Uko an observer of tho American domestic quarrel than like an advocate. His fow pages, which arn of unusual Interest, and apparently of no little historic value, let in a striking light upon tho Alabama's ly crulso, Mr. Haywood, who was dragged out of the water when the ship went down, by "a brawny fellow in petticoats and top boota," belonging to n French pilot boat that camo to tho rescue of tho swimmers, says that what astonUbed him when ho reached Cherbourg wns to find Englishmen th-r- o plying hlrn with questaons designed to depreciate tbe Kearsargv's victory: lt. o d Hall-Catcher- 's d to-da-y. ' Current How Havana Hotels Are Conducted. While the manner ot conducting hotels in Havana is very unlike our way, the change U agreeable for a time. There are but two reU meals per day, a luuch consisting of coffee and rolls or fruit being served to a guest before rising, if wished, the breakfast Hour being at 10 o'clock and tho dinner at & Wo were prepared to suffer martyrdom in tbe matrer of food, but were pleasantly surprised to find most excellent fore, the steaks being better than the averago at home, and the Cuban method of preparing them. fish simply superb. Pineapple, bananas, TWENTY-TWMONTHS OF BCCCTS8. oranges, and an infinite variety of conserve The wonder is that Capt Bemmes accommade from tropical fruits with unpronounceplished to much. Mr. Haywood acknowlable names, together with a quart bottle of edges bis "judgment and resolution," as fair table wine to each two persons, rendered shown by twenty-twmonths of success, tbe table quite rndnrablo, even though an and in First Lieut Kell he had an a fine ex- hour or more was consumed in being served. Hazing and fighting In a warm climate like that of Cuba, it is ecutive officer. Prisoners were not only desirable, but nerceable, to fall were not uncommon. always well treated, except that "tho wan- into native ways, and lounge at midday ton destruction of tho clothes and effects of and at meals. The Spanish custom seems captured sailors was simply disgraceful." to bo to smoke a cigarette between the Of the light with the Hatteras, Mr. Hay. courses, a style which tome ot our party opinion has already been givea were not slow in adopting. Cuba Cor. Chiwood's But when the Alabama met the Kearsarge cago Ledger, there was a different tort ot battle. This combat, tho first ever fought between A Ton of Uxecutlvo Otttcerr. war vsails in tbe open seas, An assert In that tho president nnd bis wa n duel ot ships evenly matched in site, cabinet weigh nearly a ton would seem nt 1,040 tons to l,Uil tons, but, repeating the first appearance rather a startling one, but familiar story of fifty years before, with it is not to far from the fact Tbo talk the American vessel throwing a heavier nbout tho physical condition of Mr. Manweight of metal than the British from a ning brings out tbe fact that he weighed smaller number of guns, with greater at the time of his attack 325 pounds. Ho Tbe advantage In fertility ot had gained over 25 pounds since he camo precision. devico was also with the Union ship. For into his position at the treasury. Tho example, over a yoar before, Capt Wlnslow, president is not much bebiud him in weight at the suggestion of They aro very mnch alike in figure, height, hung and general physical peculiarities. There Thornton, had the ship's bot-chai-n outside over her boilers. This protective aro several of the cabinet members who device was equally open to the Alabama, must weigh nearly 103 pounds each. Secd but nobody thought of it Again, Mr. retary Lamar is tall, and thinks that Bemmes was somewhat well developed physically, and must' Up tho and commenced firing too soon," beam at nbout that figure. Garland is a "flurried, when far away, in the hope to disable his big man, very tall and muscular. He is antagonist by a broadside. Window not far from TOO in weight Bayard is not reserved his fire with a result thus described: for behind him, neither is Endicott Vilas "Tbo enemy circled around us and did not and Whitney mmt average up about 175 return our fire until within sovon or eight pounds each. Put the eight men the presihundred yards, and then sho let ub have It dent and his cabinet on tbe scales, and you Tbe first shot that struck us made the ship will find tbey do not fall many hundred reel and shake all over." weight below a toa Washington Cor. CinCapt Kell considers that the glory of the cinnati Times-Star- . victory was tarnished by the Keurearge's Mlmlon of tlio Teach Hlow Vnse. firing several shots after tho Alabama's Tho "mission" of the poach blow vase. colors wero struck; but this was due, as Burgeon Browne explains, to the renewal ot What a lesson in it when rightly considered! firing from the Alabama, either through Its rarity, coupled with its delicate beauty, disobedfence of Capt Bemmes' orders or n commanded for tho pretty trifle the sum of failure to understand them. New York f 18,000. And yet the cost of tbo clay nnd tbo color did not exceed 10 cents. All the Bun. rest was for the secret of tbe combination, A Novel Use for UaM Heads. tho knowledge and art of the common potter of two centuries aga If it was not lost A novel use for bnld bonds is thus When the Crown Prlnco Henry peach blow vases would not command a William made a sort of roynl progress higher prico than another common handthrough United Germany, at the close ot some toy or ornament If the secret is gone hostilities with France, each town vied with there is lift for the thoughtful workman a its nolgbbor In presenting tomo novelty by thing almost as prodous this striking eviway of honor to his imperial highness. One dence of tho valno that his unconscious efcapelmeister conoolved tbe idea of utilizing fort? may acquire in tho world of art The tbe ancient opera goers, and upon tbo en- poach blow vuss is tbo incarnation of tho trance of the prince into tbo box, already dignity of lubor. Cor. Kansas City Jourdecorated for him, some men in the pit nal stood up, making the letters "Unsor Fritz" When Our Torests Are Gone. In bald heads below. Exchanges As a last resource, when tho forests shall bo thinned to tbo point of extinction, we d Old War Horse. A shall have tbe ore beds and smelting furF. Copoland's "Old Bill" Is not as J. naces to fall back upon, and iron cars will as Stonewall Jackson's "Old Sorrel," at last become a nevossity, tbjir choapness he is older. He carried Mr. and durability will be recognized, and tho just died, but Copelnnd through the war, received somo woary waiting of their many sanguino fletb wounds, and now passes a pleasant old advocates abundantly rewarded. But wo age near Corinth, Go. He is 4'i years old are sorry to say that both cars and advoand quite bald as to neck and tall. Ex- cates must bido their time, which is not change. yet National Some preachers put's roe in mine o' er Lend rolnonlnp; from the Millstone. tailor dat makes er coat tor suit hisse'f, an' Cases of lead poisoning in Farii den tries ter make ernuder man wa'r it whuther it fits him er not Arkansaw Trav- have been traced to bread nnd flour, certain holes in the millstones which ground eler. tho grain having been fillel up with lead. Tho stalest egg is this world is in Wash, ington. It wns found in a guano bed anj .. tfi.d in our djft. "Owe no J0 is 1,000 years old. anything," 'man-o'-wao screw-proelled Lieut-Command- er Hay-woobroad-shouldereIlatd-XocUcr. manned, had better guns, better served; that's about tbe sir of It,' and be walked away. I havo seen somewbero an account of the taking of tbe Hatteras, that made it a daring aehlovemont To sneak up to an enemy under a faho hail and pour in a broadsldo of metal much heavier than she could return surely no English sailor will see anything to the national credit in this. Tho poor show wo made with tbe Kc&rsargo, however, disposed of tbe glory we achieved in burning defenceless merchantmen." When Haywood signed In Liverpool the article that made him one of the crew ot tbe wJlX),n afterward tbe Alabama, the shipping master warned him against Yankee spies, and assured him that Great Britain would soon declare war against tbo United States: "Next day I went aboard, and liked the look of tho vessel Everything to a practiced oye, indicated the character of the ship. No platforms were lalJ, but tbe places for tbo pivot guns were plainly marked; her magazines wero finished nnd shot boxes were lying about" At Tercclra an English bark brought her guns and war material, and more men and the captain came by another vessel Then, leaving Angra on a Sunday morning, the Britons for the first time saw the flag they were to tight under, and heard the first ot Bcmmes' exhortations: "Ho told us, among other things, that Irovidence would bless our endoavors to free the south from tbe Yankoe, etc A boatswain's mate behind me growled, ' Yau, Providence likely to bless this yer crewr During tne night some one a brvod bag with a terrific skull and crosbones, and managed to fasten it to one of tho miuen braces. In tbe morning the master-at-arm- s was hunting for the delinquent, but the men only laughed at him, and suggested that 'Chucks, the maxme,' hod been t his tricks. I bad been looking over the crew, and made up my mind that. on tho whole, I had never been on a ship with such a tad lot They were all sailors from clew to taring no hay makers among them but they wero mostly of that claw, found in seaport towns all over tbo world, that ship for the 'run' (from port to port), and not for the voyage, and are always a roagh, mutinous set They did not soem to care for the ship's officers, and wore deterr dickey' from mined to stand no orna-mrnted iir.uAKK or a nniM old tak. "Ono grim old tar, who had been quartermaster In tbe royal navy, and was saved with me, sold to the point, 'We was whipped becauso she was a better ship, better Mexico's Poverty. desj erately with a strangely beautiful little rosebud girl of nbout 7S years, who stood always on tho door of this old convent r.s I went out, nnd sold mo, for 1 cent, tbo richest llttlo rosebud and greenest little leaf for my buttonhole I ever laid eyes on. One day, after I bad gotten a few dollars In my jacket, I felt I bad boon a little mean, nnd so I mndo tho prico 5 cents. Well' You ihould havo soen those shining black eyes! You should have soen hor pretty teeth; about fifty of thorn. And tho color of delight that camo to hor tawny llttlo face would havo mndo tho fortune of any painter in this world who could havo caught it. I promised hor then and there that, nick or well, rain or shine, sho should surely and certainly always sell at least 5 cents worth of flowers so long ns I remained nnd bad a sliver piece to buy with. ThU drowned hor eyes entirely. People cry at such trifles hero. I told some ladies about this smart and patient child, and she has shoes nnd stockings now. She has also a neat little calico dress, nnd has had ber glorious shock of hair thinned out and completely combed. Did I forgot to my tVit. the on'r iWntn thnt this child had for "all the woeks that she sold me tbe flowers for 1 cent was simply nn old gunny bag with a bole cut through tho end for the head; the nrms quite naked) And yet this artistic llttlo thing had gatberod the coarse garment about ber to decently, and had always stool so meekly modestly, lifting her vast, swimming eyes, pushing back ber black, heavy hair with her lett hand as she hugged ber roses with ber right, that I really never bad known quite how miserably tbe was clad. And this it also partly owing to tbe fact thatsb Is only one ot thousands. There is so much poverty here much wealth, it u true, but most dreadful, hopeless, and dismal poverty. At tbe same time I am clearly convinced that there is much more happiness to tho square acre here than in New York, Washington, or nny other Amcricnn city In the United States. Joaquin Miller's Mexico Letter. The Country's Consumption of Orances. Reference was mado in a former letter to the chances of an of oranges in Florida Hero are some figures stumbled on and given by a grower: "Florida has never produced over 1,2S0,-00- 0 boxes, nt an average of 1M to the box, which mokes a grand total of oranges in tbo last ten years about 7,MX),000 boxes, or 187,&00,000 oranges, this being a large estimate for tbe production of Florida or Last year there tinges in ten years, total were imported into New York city from foreign ports more than 70,000,(100 oranges and lemons Boston, Philadelphia, 05,000,000; 60,000,000; New Orleans, J0,000,000, making a grand total ot oranges and lemons landed nt three our principal ports of entry of Tbe foreign lruit for one year imported equals tho entire production of Florida for tbe post ten years. Add the crop of 1S85, say, 18,000,000 oranres, to the 1SS,000,UO imported into four cities, and 0,000,000 estimate! as landing at other porta, gives a grand total ot oranges consumed in tbe United States 'J5.',000,00a These divided among a population of say 6fl,000,0,.t0, will give to each inhabitant just oranges each, allowing nothing for loss or decay in handling and transporting. Cincinnati Enquirer. lf Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Be mlttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague. Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Break-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S Euclid In n I'lt of Delirium Tremens Singular Uncertainty of Statistics The l'onrotof the "I'oor White" Inhabitants An Underbred Itace. 'When tbe original engineers surveyed this country timbor was very thick and rum very cheap or, if not rum, apple brandy, which was tho patriotic colonial nnd Revolutionary drink. Tho result was a sot of boundary line which reminded one of Euclid in a lit ot delirium tremens. Instance the line I am now on or near, botween tbe two Carolina!, which in its entire courso runs to every point of tho compns, besides forming nn arc in ono place and following tbe meanderings of a creek in another. And no ono knows why it was so located. But the lines of farms are still more mysterious To an Indiana or Illinois man they seem tho very madness of perverse In- "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. d "For eighteen months with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies I suf-cre- recommended to cure, used a bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. I EDWIN HARPER." Dr. J. C. niEPAltED BY Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. Ayer & Mass. genuity, Is It not a strange thing that in royal and colonial tiroes no one ever thought ot n fdmnin nn cTpodlont nn lnvint out land in square tracts In the course of time and changes by salo and trade most of the farms have got into somo convenient sbaiio; but tbo habit of speech it more enduring than tbo habit ot notion, and very few peop'.e direct a traveler by tbe points of tho compass. Their Instructions abound in fcdown the creek," "over the next treek,' "around t'other side of tho swamp," aud so on. And very few planters know just how much land they own; it la sold or rented on estimates, and sometimes a survey will show a variation of fifty acres. This singular uncertainty runs through the most of the statistics ot North Carolina. You always have to discount or add a percentage to make them square with the reason of things. Apparently there never is as much gold produced from a mine or as much corn from an acre as last year's statistics present It depends so largely upon the temperament of the man who gives the figures; and surely there Is no other state where big men are so ready to give big figures or little men fool so awfully little and small spirited as in North Carolina. Take one of these llttlo, peaked-noteand weazened fellows who "crop it" on these pine flats, and be certainly can take tho mojt narrow, contracted views of the universe of any creature outside of Lilliput That tho world is nearly 25,000 miles around and contains somo 1,400,000,000 peoplo is a conception ho could not possibly take in though he would assent to it instantly if some man of imposing air stated it confidently. d, d, PIANOS AND ORGANS. Hears. 8. It L.J. Cook sre .agents for tbe John Church Co. PIism sni Orgsoi, which embrace the following moat excelltnt Instruments.' Kosbe A Co., nsielton Bros., Decker A. Boa and Everett Pianos. Also. Clongh & Warren and tbe John Cbnrch A Co. Organs. These Instruments are most excellent In tone, of great durability and we defy competition. All or then, sre warranted for five years. References: A. B. Fenny, Mrs. E. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and James Beszley, Stanford: Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchard: Qen. W. J. Landram and Miss Lis-s- is Huffman, Lancutr, Ky. Miuea Itote .Richards and Ella Ramsey, t OPERA HOUSE BTAMiYJRD. ICY. W. P. WALTOH, - - Proprietor Bias of Stags, 20x50. Eight complete sets of Been, ery. Beating capacity, including gallery. M. Reasonable rates to good attractions. THE SEMI-WEEXL- Y- AX UNDERBRED AND UNDERFED I'EOPLE. 5 He has less color in his face, less spring in his walk, and less "tone" in his speech than tho native of any section I have visited. His peculiar grayish or mealy, complexion is a mystery to me. Many pretend it is duo to the climate; but that is an evidont error, as the people are noticeably ruddy, and certainly it should be more healthful in the pines than on the darker lands. I am satisfied it is the result of detective nourishment, from generation to generation. They have scant food, and don't know how to cook that "Jowl and greens," with buttermilk, is their feast at this season, corn-breaand "fry" (fried bacon) their standard. Not one family in three has a vegetable garden worthy the name. Not ono house in ten has a grass plat or shrubbery around it. It isn't a good day's walk from Charlotte to this piney sand strip, yet it is from tho nineteenth to tbe sixteenth century. I like backwoods pooplo if they havo the flavor of tbe woods, for it well fed and housed thoy always have a primitive humor that is racy of the soil, and their bomoly wit is worth a long walk to hear. But the Carolinian of tho pines seems totally destitute of that humor which charms even in the negroes of tho black lands. He is essentially a sad being. Evidently ho does not enjoy this world, though I rarely hear him speak of a better. That tho race is underbred is clearly shown by tho fact that those graceful curves nro lacking which mark nearly all natural human forms that is there is no swell of soft flesh hero and there to finish off tbo body. Arm or leg is of the fnmo circumforenco for its entire length. In sight ot mo as I write is an adult female of tho species. Fit a ring tight around hor just under the arms, and it would tilde to her heels and touch evenly nil tho way. Near by is her husband, chopping wood with such an indescribable sweep that I can not tell whether be is right or left handed, "Parke's" Letter in Chicago Times. well-to-do d over-tho-hea-d Interior Journal PBTASlfOBDiKY. W. P.WALTON, Pro'r. 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Not one drop was touchoL Starving patience wero tho only remedies resorted to. At lost bis majesty got his good turn, and began to foel that he could eat again with a relish, and by degrees nature flung off tbo disorder, whatever it was, which had run its course. His majesty was up and dressed early, and at business, "Get all those bottles, powders, out of the cupboards," he and said, "and range them in a row round the room." It was a very small room, and they almost made a circle round the walls. The doctors came in, smirking and smiling, nnd congratulated the king upon being up again nnd looking so welL "Yos, doctors," said his majesty, "thank Qod it is so. But look count it up. Don't you think If I had taken all that stuff I should have been dead long ago V Foreign Letter. pill-box- es Kentucky's Beuto'East Washington, Philadelphia and Hew York. 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O'KKILLY, Q. 8. A Louisville. island, tbe greatefet depth, Exchtrce MONON ROUTE, a r. Scuu-8HerWpnttnorimr- ual AMBROSE May 7, 1886 MALET. "On no logical grounds," he answered briefly, and changed the subject I have said be had a tender heart; that Is to say little. Ho had a capacity for profound and passionate love. In the course W. P WALTON. of our rambles we made the acquaintance an ordinary young man's advonturo of a farmer's daughter, a young girl who, not without intention, as I ha J afterward reason to believe, strongly attracted us both. I was In lovo, it not for the first timo In my life, as much as I had ever been before. Hut Lucy Smiles was not a girl I could have CONVICT COLONIES. made my wife, and I must do myself the justice to sny that, recognftlng the fact oarly In our acquaintance, I broke o!T, with somo resolution, even tbe samblance of a DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DISCOMFORT a flirtation. With Malet it was different; IN SIBERIAN SETTLEMENTS. he fell deeply and passionately In love with the glrL The dilTeronce in station and education seemed not to affect him, It was imExiles Ytlio Aro Allowed to ltoutu tlia possible, Indeed, that an intellect such as his Tundra at Will Other Who Are Surcould ever look for or expect the sympathy Ditch No rounded by a Dead-Lin- o that springs from equal minds, and on tho one occasion on which be spokoto me on tho Sutulny 1'otency of Ilrlbes. subject for a resorvo had sprung up between Tho great Earablnia steppa between the us in tho matter 1 Inferred, though he did Irtish and tho Obi la traversed by strips of not state it iu so many words, that he hoped woodlands ns they would to make Lu y his wife immediately ou call thetn in Toxas where game abounds Shortly afterward, the leaving Oxford. control tin and whero several trading-post- s girl tlUnppearo l from her fotbor's home. collection ot & yearly quantum of furs, Certain circumstances throw suspicion on hunclng and trapping being tbe only Malet, nothing was, nothing iould bo proved penalty imposed upon a comparatively enagainst him, but, to tell tho sttry briefly, I thought I had reason to believo tbe worst, viable class of exiles tho welve-years men" transorted for manslaughter, burgand I believed It All my Incipient lovo lary and similar secondary offenses. They for the girl herself blazed up In a flame ot are permitted to roam the tundra at will, passion and jealousy, and what I held to bo being merely required to report at righteous indignation at the story ot her dlsappear&n 0 and of ber parents' dasps.tr. twice or thrlco a year oftonex only if black marked for neglect of duty. Malet said very little; he gave me his word During the first year they Uraw governthat ho had had nothing to do with the matment ration, which thoy tboy are afterward ter; he saw that I did not b.'lieve him, and ho permitted to commute tor all sorts of extra said no more. I, on my side, broke with supplies if their earnings should exceed the him. He turd been my best friend; on prescribed minimum. Borne of these involmore than one occasion he hal terved me untary sportsmon own quite comfortable In a way that should have won my undylog housoi ing gratitude. But what gratitude survives a sense of wrong! And, indeed, I held myDIFFERENT DEGREES OF DISCOMFORT. self not ungrateful, but just At the expiration of their term they ore permitted to sell tbelr homesteads to a froo What storm of memories, old affection, settler, unlesj they should prefer to become remorse, swept over mo mtttcrs little now. exchange, permanent settlors themselves, and Where were doubts and past suspicion! a free wildomess for tbe comforts and conAbu, that, living or dying, clearness of straints of west Russian city life. Their vision should come to enlighten us at tho penal servltudo is not much harder than supreme moment only. I turned from tin that to which poverty and aa equally rigwindow to tbe docto . orous climate subject thousands of our "Can I seo hlmf I said; ho was tho best northwestern pioneors' Hut thero is an exfriend I had In the world." ceptional lot, and at Teltna, in the govern"Certslnly you can ree him," hoanswored. ment of Irkootslc, there are penal factories "I rejoice indeed that you or any ono bewhero convicts aro worked for fourteen longing to him should bo here. 1 will toko hours a day, and required to pass the nights you to him at onca He has a little fever, deadshanty-towin a surrounded by a but Is other wiso qulto quiet; to a uto suffer line ditch which they must not approach on ing, happily. Nothing can barm him now." pain of being shot down like wild beasts. Ho led the way as ho spoko, up tligbt They, too, are, however, permitted to imafter tligbt ot tbe 'hallow hotel stairs, and prove their lot by 'over-tim- e work, and aro down a long passage to n loinoto and silent tro.ited with comparativo Indulgence, being part of tho house. At tho end ot tho pascharged with such venial sins as robbery, sage a door stood ajar. The doctor pausal incest and violation of the exciso laws. before wo reached It "You will no doubt s go to the mines. Soma able!" Political wish to remain with your frlen If" to said. are cent to tho Stanovol mountains in the "Undoubtedly," I answered. "Your description answers In every parescape is far east, where ticular," said tho doctor, "except, Indeed, ns He gave me one or two urlaf directions, impossible. Others go to trezow, or regards the smile, which I not seen. then, signing to me to wait for a moiaant, to Vertschlnsk, uliere the gloom of their He looks sad enough, poor have fellow. He is opened the door and went iu. misery is never ligbtod by n ray of tbe sun, young, about your own ago, I should think." Ho was alone. He lay with closed oyes, their time being divided between work in He looked at me with a momentary humorbis hands spicaJ out ou tbe counterpane, the bowels of tbe hills or sleep in the bunk-rooous gleam that seemed to say: "In all other his head supported by pillows. The night of their prison barracks. Their food respects as He has was warm, and though the llttlo cosomout unllko you as possible. consists of rye bread and a slice of salt boef, gray oyes and wears no beard; on his llttlo stood wido open, he seemed oppressed by the washed down with ditch water. Barring finger is a green signet ring. If you with dilllculty. accidents .in. tho shafts, theywork from 1 friend of bis I shall bo glad. I asked aro a heat, and to broathoearly youth even He his him was not changed; in a. m. to T0 p. in,, without 'intermission, if I should send to any one, and he features bad boon to) marked to alter readbolug omitted in the menu of their replied dinner that ho had no relations and not a lines with doily meals. Supper, the princial meal of friend In the world that would come to him." ily; only the deepened, which I had been and the pallor of familiar had tho day, has to be prepared and linlshed The tears rushel to my eyes; I could not mortal sickness overspread his countenance. within eighty minute, for an hour and a help I rose, and, walking to one of the He opened his eyes as tho doctor's stop half after their return from tho mines the long it windows, stood with my back turned approached his bedside drum beats for lights out to the room, looking out on tho moonlit "What time is iti" he said feebly THE HADES OK VERTSCHINSK. garden. "About hatf-pa.l," said the doctor. He They havo no Sucaay. and only ona Threeyeors before, at Oxford, Ambross laid hU hand ou his patient's wrist as be yearly holiday the birthday of the czar. A Malet my best friend. A lonely spoke, and stood for a moment noting the had been few men of iron constitution have actually endured the horrors of that hell for twenty-fiv- e man, a solitary soul, bo bad sought me out puUe. "Thero is a frieud of yours here," years. The happy plurality die beforo through one of those contradictions that bo said thou, "who wants to seo you. I the end of the fifth year. Yet s? omnipo- sometimes provoke and cement the firmest havo brought him up." His forehead and mouth contracted pain tent is bribery in the dominions of the czar friendships. He was little known personally of wealth are known to havo at Oxford, yet made his mark at onca as it fully lor u moment 'Alt lend of miner lightened tiie burden of tbelr exiled relatives man ot powers so unusual that everything be said. "But I have no friends." Tbe expects, I came forward. His glance foil upon ma oven in the hades of Vertschlnsk. By tho might be expected of him. was founded on a misconception of his and was suddenly illuminated. "Frank 1" collusion of half a dozen officials prlsonors tlon yet perhaps not Who shall bo cried. can be kept on the sick-lis- t for years to character; and He held out both hands; I grasped them In gether, a mining slave can secure a berth in sayf since death came at six and twenty to the commissary department or even a confi- solve tho problem after Its own fashion. A mine. For a long time we remained moprodigious and unfailing memory, au almost d dential clorkship, after the timely and tionless. I could not speak; In what words incredible facility for acquiring and assimi- could I address him after my long silence! resignation of his predosessor. A private interview with tho governor of lating knowlcdgo, were combined with one And I saw that he was dying. Telma is said to have wrought even greater of tho strongojt and most original minds I The doctor had Ills hold relaxed He took, without silently disappeared at last were alone. It have ever come across. miracles. and wo A sick convict was permitted to appreciable effort, every honor that Oxget still enough to justify bis removal in a was ho who spoke first "You never beford perforated coflln, which, at the cemetery solutehas to offer, and be took them with ab- lieved me about Lucy, Frank," he said, look, iudlfferonco. Knowledge, and always gato, was deftly exchanged for a less airy, ing at me. of -but also less heavy casket Tbe relatives more such tho knowledge that ha acquired Don't speak of it," I cried. "I know that seemed all that he desired. case, of the deceased managod the rest of the with I was' wrong, utterly wrong. I want to tell programme, During tbe prevalence of a He read for hours, not as the bookworm you that Never mind the rest" convenient epidemic another governor took roads, or the ordinary student, but with a "On the contrary I mind It very much," rjdigtous, devouring curiosity, an insatiit upon himself to detail one of his convicts able craving, until in ono "I suipoctcd at direction or an- ho said, in a foeblo voice, for duty in the rolo of a "special assistant other ho reached tho final limit and facod tho tlmo who was at tho bottom of Lucy's physician," and soon afterward was obliged disappearance, but I could never bring it to report that his brevet doctor bad abused tbe blank beyond. At such times, as 1 homo to him. I could never come upon a learned to know, he Ml into a despondency his confidence by taking a prescription of trace of her until a few weeks ago, when I his own a rather liberal dosi, of fresh air. that lasted sometimes for days; thsn rousing taw her by chanca in Paris." His voice himself be would start again on soma other Dr. Oswald In Cincinnati Enquirer. track, to arrive at the same result Ills sank and bo failed a llttlo with weakness, mind, I say, was one of the strangest I have but in a moment bo rallied and went on. of tho United Kingdom. Journals met with; but it had no impulse that I ever "She was living there with somo FrencThe newspapers now published in tho discovered toward original hmannever mind his name. 1 bunted her United Kingdom number 2,00;.'. England even towvrd original research.creation, little up and tried to persuade her to go home to claims 1,(13- 4- HW of tbeso belonging to LonLor parents. Ho resented my interference; He would take up some branch of sclenco don alone; Scotland, I'M; Ireland, Itiii; here I am." we fought--an- d Wales 3.1, and tho various isles, 2L Tho and devour every boo'x on it he could find; "It was that!" I cried, confounded; "it wo dallies reach HI in England, Ul in Scotland, but that done, he made no In lepondent effort on account of Lucy!" IS in Ireland, and 1 in tho small Islos 1S7 toward fresh discovery he turned to som "Poor child, poor girl!" bj murtnurod, in all, while forty years ago there were thing else. Some spring that moves to closing his eyes. 1 radical action, some link common between only 14 dally papers in the whole kingdom I stood speechless for a while. For tho 1U in England, and S in Ireland. Within miu and life, was lacking in him; bis soul, first tliro I reallzod Malet's port in tho duel dwelt solitary and ajiart, thirsting, drink-lug- of which the doctor had spokou. In faco of these forty years the newspaper press has insatiable; only demanding Incessantly his mortal malady, I had forgotten for tho almost quadrupled, considering that in IS) thore were but 351 jounals published. Now, what no man ever yet bad no, nor can moment that malady's cause. also, 1,'AiS magazines aro publishod in the have over until tbe end of time. "Well!" he said at last, as I did not speak. He had few acquaintance at Oxford, and year, and lit)' ot these are of distinctly re"Good heavens, Ambrose I" I slid, "you no intimate friend but myself. Sometimes ligious teadeaey. Chicago Herald are tbe last mau, yes, the last man, in the be would come to my rooms and silently would fight a H , world watching me as I plodded on at my reading. dueL" I should have thought Innocuous Tea for the Dyspeptic. My vocation had early been fixed, and I A hTgh authority aeattons that tea may He smiled a llttlo. "Why not!" he said. be renderod Innocuous to tin dyspeptic by tho never wavered in my choloe; I had narer "I had no intention of killing the poor any idea but that' of oetering tbe church. adding of a pinch of bicarbonate of soda to Malet wretch who challenged ma; ho wos safe vould sit the tea that is to be infused. His .experi- in silence. Not smoking and watching ma enough from rao." (infrequently we took long o ments have shown that ten grains of I began. "But the sin of ot soda added to an ounca of dry walks together. "Oh, the sin ot it the sin of it, he said. Sometimes our walk would begin and en 1 "Sit infusion "almost entirely retea just before down, Frank," he went on, raising his In almost total silence. At other times bit moves ttn retarding luflueuce upon digeslooking at me with a smile by tho flow of conversation was almost unceasing; hood and tion." Tnls will be good news to the lover "So you're a parlight ot the candle. and I ba e not yet met tbe man who can dim now, a priest I supposs you would call of "the cup that cheers" who has been obliged talk as Malet did when the mood was upon son to give up bis favorite beverage. Tho tea yourself, and you are going to save men's will be found somewhat darker than that him. I would not, If I could, try to reprodo a world of What withered and scent souls. Well, you'll another. I know good, old infused in the ordinary way. New York duce those talk way or so much less weeds are those that would fain represent fellow, on? Commercial-Advertiser. the radiant bowers of last year's garden! He of you." "Move Ills head fell back on the pillow. was sometimes gay, more often serious. He The Manufacture of Stago Jewelry. the light, will you!" he said. "There is was no orthodox believer; his unorthodoxy An Englishman; writing about the stage nothing to do, and It hurts my oyes. We io France, says: 'Stago Jewelry now is a shocked me at first; be saw it, and while don't neod a candle to talk by," ntver hiding his opinions, was careful to regular manufacture, and, though many I rose and set tbe candle on a deal table actresses wear roal diamonds, it need not bo avoid shocking me again, but all his views in the passage ouUid. Tho door stood ajar; of the conduct uf life were simple, pure, and Bald that the mimic stones aro more effectnoble; I have never met purer or nobler; only a thread of light fell through the openive. Sham furniture looks more llko furniing. But though the moon was on tba ture on tho stage than tho flnet that could and I can trace tbelr Affect on my own other side of tba bouse Its suffused whiteness mind to this day. But be had planned no tilled the room, and through the open case-mebe ordered. It would take too long to expound this, but in illustration it may bo future career; the hopes and ambitions of its light could besom falling on a tr rebo said that at the theatre Francois thero is other men seemed to havo no meaning for covered hill that, rising just behind tb him. Something, I say, was wanting in a property clock fcr""i Loudolr, elegantly hotel garden, denned its summit against tbe and him, tome link, that reconciles common hu- pale summer heavens. I took my place painted and made of papior-mache- , manity to life, theft binds society together, again which cost 500 francs or 100 franca." Exbeslds could soe that helps the eternal duty of man to man. face plainly lu Malet's bed. as Ihe lay withhis change the it tender heart, an endless craving, a soli- turned toward twilight A tba window, his oyes tary soul; suoh was Ambrojo Malet Something for the Tender-IIeartei- l, fixed on tbe sky. For a long time he I remember his face raised one winte Perhaps few young women will caro.to nijbt to the frozen starlit sky. "One day was silent Ho spoko again, quito suddenly. delwear bumming birds and other birds of icate plumage after knowing that, in order CsTAtttttl CUuEu.ueolia ui sweet bresth SLEEPLESS MUU'ia, uisd ralieriblo by that 60c. that the colors might bo preserved, the vic- tmlbla cougu, rtMIohV Cm u tba (or ncareJ tv Shlloh's Caurra Remedy. Price t o M, U Bonne. i'x- tims had to 1) skinned alive. Chicago Jour- - JUU. FH ltt At !. ImUOUIU . iUUbi int. Stanford, y., SUPPLEMENT. "cross-timbers- '' com-puls- -t- head-quarte- More than thirty years ago I nu making fortnight's tour In Belgium, I had lately been ordained to a curacy, and was taking my first holiday. I was a young fellow in those days, holding serious lows ot life, and though young for my years, had the fullest sense of the dignity, no less than the responsibilities, ot the sacred profession I had lately ontcred. To do right myself, and to sot overybody else right, seemed to me the most Important thing In life; and tbe first part of the proposition, at any rate, is not a bad formula for a man to start with on his life's career. I had sst cut on my travols nlono, and plunging at once into someot tho more picturesque Belgian scenery, found myself on the evening of the third day, supping In the big hotel of a little village lying among the hills and woods. I was supping nlono at the end of n long table of an empty salle a manger w hen a young man entered, and calling tor colloo and cognac, sat down In the circle ot light just opposito to mo. Ho was a man of about SO, with a pleasant and remarkably clover face; and, presently falling into conversation with him, I dlscovorod Ho was a natlvo he was tho village doctor. of the place, able to give rao information, ot which I was in need, concerning tho surrounding country; and we were engaged in talking, with my traveling map spread on tbe table between us, when a wniter entered and addrestoi a few words to my companion in a low voice. "Excuse me for a moment," bo said, turning to me courteously, "there Is a sick man s who requires tny attendance. I shall not be gono many minutes." In less than a quarter of au hour he returned, and sat down opposito to me again; but he did not r,t once resume our conversation. He sat with his bands clasped behind bis head, gazing bofore him in silences "A sad case," be said at last, letting hit hands fall to hi side; "a life thrown away. A young fella r wounded mortally In a duel, and brought in hero yesterday to die. All the doctors in Europe could not save htm. He won't live through tbe night" "In a duell" I said, surprised. Such things, so far, had lain outside tho range of my experience. "Yes, with some Frenchman. They had come here across the frontier. Such affairs are not uncommon hereabout, but they rarely terminate fatally. The other fellow has made oft This one, by tbe byo, is a countryman ot yours. Stay, I havo his name somewhere." He fumbled in his pocket for a notebook, and abstracting a card, hauded it to mo across the table. I road tho name; I let the card drop. "Good God I" I said. "Ambrosa Malet. "Do you know hlmT said the doctor. "I know the name It may be another man," I answerod, In profound agitation. d "Is he young a big, man, with marked features, a large nose, dull brown hair lying straight across bis forehead, and tbe kindest, the most genial smile imaginfresh-lookin- g up-talrloose-limbe- we shall know," he said; "yes we shall know we shall know." f "You Lelieve in the mortality of tbe soul, Ambrosef I said. "How do you reconcile that with your other opinions!'' "You never believed me about Luoy," he aid. "For God's sake, Ambrose, don't speak of that agalnl I cried In anguish, "Forgive mo, forgivi met the loss ot all these years has Loon mine." "No, no," be sstd; "it is no matter. All Is over now, and it Is all one. Ltfo, too, will he over In a few hours, and that Is well Strange," he wont on after a pause, "that men should dread death as they da I have thought so always; now that I am dying, I think so more than ovor. To dread tbe unknown when to know thounkuoivableistho great and unattainable desire of ltfo." "Most men think otherwise," Isold, "the love of life li strong." "Yea yes, I know It," he said, "and It is better so, it should bo so. But somotbtux hat gone wrong between mo and life; I h&e felt a stranger lu it always. Death Is host" Ho lay qulot again tor a long while. HU breathing was ditll.ult and oppressed. Now and then tlu wind stirred tho treat on the bill ouUllo, tho shadows slowly moved with the odvauciug night, othorwUo all wasstllL But presently he began to turn restlessly In tbo Led the bands, hot with fovor, strayod over the countorpnno. Whon ho spoko again his mind was wandering a little. "I sjp; os you go back to Oxford ntoncc, old fellow," bo said. "I should llko to get back there It It we 0 only for a day. My motbor is doad, you know; poor mother. Tho meadows down by tho river; It would be cooler thero than here, we might havo another walk together. Lucy" Tbe wor's diol away lu a murmur; but nil at occo, half raising himself lu bed: "No ono has believed In me, no one has cared for me," he said, In u strange, loud, solemn voice, such as I have never heard him use beforo, Jnd knowlodge Is Ignorance, nud ono drinks and drinks and thj oternol thirst Is never quen.'bcd, neer " He looked round wildly till, his eyes falling on me in the Imperfect light, gradually full consclousuets returned. He lay back quietly. "Give me somo watjr, will you Frank!" he said, In an exhausted voice. 1 did as ho desired, "I mutt have been asloep, I think," ho said, as his hjad sauk again on the pillow. "I should have llkod to tell you all about ray wanderings, Frank. I havo wandered a good aeal since we but mot; but I suppose there won't be timj. What o'clock is UT Ho felt under tbe pillow for his watch. I went to tho door and, looking at my own watch by tho candlo ouUtde, told him th . on more effort, though what It cost ms X could not say. It was a moment surely for angel's ionguos to plead, and on my tongue the words teemed to weigh like lead. "Lucy," I said, "surely, Mr. Malet's wish- -" "Don'tP sbo mI4 very sharply, turning Temple Bar. CITY from me. "At least promise me," I said, laying a detaining hand on her shoulder, "that for his sake, as for your own, your life shall henceforward be different" Sho turned suddenly, and solrlng my hand without looking nt me, wrung it with n convulsive sob. Tbe next moment sbo had disappeared In tho mist Whither did sho gol Alai, I havo nover known. But, visiting In after years Malet's gravo, I found laid on It a A stranger fresh wreath of Immortelles. had ased and loft it there, I was told. Am-broi- SlHsssPllSV t3j3BiBBasPPatsssfcre!BHssm r3bsV'VHHMKLflKf N. SID PJLATT, LOUISVILLE. LODSING-HOUS- E DISCOMFORT. L.&N. Louisville & ojt-uder- pbysicol-geographi-coll- to-da- it tbat-famllle- s well-grease- "It is later than I thought," bo said, am again lay silent, his faco turned to the window. 1 sat down bealde biin and tojk bis He let It I la there, band in mine. ''Strange," he said again, ''one lives alone, mil one diet alone; and yet human fellowship is sweet I llko to feel your baud in mine, Frank." He was (,r jwing weaker. I could soo It by tho way his bend lsy on tbo pillow, and by the .ncrov.lng didtcultr with which lie swallow id the lordlal I gave him from time to time. 1 ru'.txl him presently w bethcr ho bad any withes I could fullllL "No," he kuid ut lirst; then, "bury me ot earth here, of course." ho said, one is like anotlwr, and there is no ono at home to mourn for ma." I broko "Don't say that," I said; down, and, laying my bead ou tbo counterpane, cried like a girl It distressed him. "Don't," be vhi twice, and in a minute I "I havo hod con ;uerd the weakness. loured for death," he Mild, "and now it ha coilo. Yes, I am glad to die. Something was wrong between me and life; I coukl have made nothing of It Death is host, and what comes after." "You do boiieve, Ambrosor I cried. Tho words were iuoluntury, for, though tbe thought had been iu my mind since I entered the room, I had net meant to uttor it He looked at mo with eyot whoso kindness and affection I run nover forget Good old Frank!" he said. "If you ever sue Lucy," be went on, after a ausa, "tell ber from mo to go back to her parenta. I have written to them, she will have no difTell her so rom ma" ficulty. The room was growing darker, tbe moon had set I could not inako out tbe changes In bis faco any more. But ho still kept It turned toward tho window. "How bright bo said once. tbe stars are "Surely we shall know." And once again. "Soon I shall know." Then a long silence. About midnight the doctor had como in, had laid hU hand on bis (aUeut 's pulse, and gone without a word. I brought tho light back into the room In tbe darkest hour dawn; but Ambrose took no notlco. About dawn ho died. t hour. "I" Trouble with the fiertnuts A Man Without st Ilroakfnst Ilelploss. Thero Is ono clcmont usually wanting to your corutort in a lodging-houslu Now York. Breakfast is a difficult subjoct, and a man Is n helpless bolng until bo has bad breakfast You cau not at all rely on tho resources ot a lodglng-housat this point Tho truth Is that tho business ot looping bachelors allvo In this city Is In a period of Tin old fashioned boarding-house- s transition. havo twn abandoned by many of of thorn for lo Igings, but tho proprlvto.-these houses havo not yet learned buv to In London a take care of their charge vory largo part of tbo population havo from timo immciiorlal taken care of lodgors, and notwithstanding tho abuse heaped upon this class of persons they are utually vory docont peoplo, and thoy sucoovd In giving you bacon nnd eggt, or sole, with good tea. Thore is a belt, audit Is niuworol by a young woman, who I always civil, and Is sometimes aRractlvc. She Is now and tb;n extremely pretty, but, no matter she Is, you may send her out for a you pot of beer. After tho In an American establishment of the kind, tho civil and good nature of these persons are inoit grateful The prettiest ot thorn I ever saw would auswer lay boll half a dozen times In a morning without any back looks. I once rang for a fork whlcll she had forgotten, she quickly returned with It nnd laid It down, with tbo remark. "Mf ead'll never learn to save my 'eels." But this Is not at all tho condition o: thlngi In Now York. The lodging-hoproprlcto In most rnsos refuvn to give you breakfast at alL It It is given you It It usually Intolerable, tbo bread, butter, eggs, milk, and coffee, bolng nil bad. But in the acquisition ot this breakfast, such at It Is, tbe lodger will cnrounWx difficulties. The theoretical Intentions of tho landlord or landlady are thwarted by the obstructions thrown In tho way by the servants; tbo tactics ot Mr l'arnoll is imitated by his countrywomen to good purpose. It is difficult to find out whoso butinoss It is to look after you; you are referrel by ono domestic to another. Tbo Uormans are just ns txil no vory unliko tin kind, K'rvlcvnblo jooplo of But, however, well disthe fatherland posed tho domestic may be, It is often extremely difficult to communicate with them. Tba room bos no tvll or If t'tere is But if th'ro Is n ono It iIo.mi not uot work. boll, and it Is Iu good order, It may roiulro some hardihood to ring It If it becomnt to establish some kind ot comtton munication with the domettics your Is, indeed, a belpl ss ono, they npvtir to l as jealously lecludcd as the occupants of nu Oriental harem. And yet it Is qulto necoiMry to n and decent exUtenco tlint you should not Im compelled to go out ot tbs bouss for your breakfast It may well to go out now and then. On warm nud bright days It Is occasionally amusing to breakfast at a club or a restaurant But what can bo more unploasant than to be required to faco a blizzard on nn empty Or It may te that the day opens stomach. with one of those henry and steady downpours which are characteristic ot this climate. Tho dark and dripping worl say, mournfully: "Thou hast no breakfast" New York Tiroes. o s bull-dozinun-'dernoce-wary com-fortnli- Nashville E. R. 10 TIIK TIIK ORBIT TIIKOUGII TRUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST with Pullman Palace Sleepers. IhimIhyiIIo to IVhhIiUIIc, Atlanta, IrfciiiphlH' Llltlo Hock, Mobile a tul Neu OrlcHtm. Only one chnnie to points In Montgomery, bow-prett- y Arkansas and Toxas. EMIGRANTS UeeklDg bomra 00 tba line of Ibis road will ttralva asrSM Aittutsof this Couptnr lor rsns.routai Ac, or writs C. P. aftlOKC n.V.&T.Aj. LeutiTllIe, sprtlal rates. Cj O. fc M. 110 & MISSISSIPPI fi, W Una and ol.t fruin Thaillrrcttbrough tstabllib) routs Louisville & Cincinnati to 8t. Louii and all pointi in the Weit. Two (J) rs!r Trains fruui UuUtIII to 81 Loula. Tare (J; Dally Trains from Cincinnati to bt. loult. Oiofira from teat. Uiulstlllc and Clntlnnstl Louis. Only Tho Only Lino by which you oan got a Through Blooping Car From Cinclnstl to .It. Louis. "TtMJKb from Ldulirllls stidrZ Cincinnati lost. Louis, alt ol bar rout 11 si mado up of roBitlnalloo if small rosdi. ThQ O A &TVT '" wily lino racnlnt Th.Ohla elj!n isrs lor Cars en MImIi.Ii.M IUIIw.v ,Uns ou nlf hi trslni; .uiurlsni lar- day tralw, lsy Coaah- en all trains. Kl-t- rlatlsf lery UI,rL,.1JJt,nf.onD'c,lfln"r uadaln U.NIOX ULl'OTd wllb dlririlDc lln t.T lht). A M liatlway, IbusaToldlnf trobl)ina transfers br othtr runt.. TbOblo A Mls.l.,rP lullwsy Is lb only Una ,u... ,,,r, viBciuosu ana 01. 1XIU1I umler on utsnicttnrnt, running all Its trains through sollj an J In ftjnwiutnfa Is First-Claricognited n UouU tWffQ IbOM CllltS. I. 1 Apply to ticket Aran's of connrctln IIhm tor lull particular as to rain, tlmo. maps, or any dcslrrd Information, or writ to circulars Hour, II. FOHUAN, , W.M rKADofir. W.it.bl!ATTUc 1'rn. and OfnM iUn-gr- , uro I"a. Aj1!, Cincinnati, O. Li-fo- A I'ly Mini ('might at I.ntt. "One of the curious traits about thoae said ally man the other day, "Is' tbe fact that they never die of old age. Somo so von t eon years ago a couple ot us were working a Great Weatorn train, and wo beat n Frenchman out ot (15 ou tbo French-Canadians,- " KENTUCKY GEHTRAL fi. fi "BltioGlrnna Route." 8hortet and Qulokeat Route from 0e? tralKentaokyto all Points North. An hour later I went through tho front door of tbo hotel, and out into the courtyard to breatho tbo morning air. Tho night had been a terrible one to me; I did not, until afterward, know how terrible and poiguant No, only in after years I cams to understand what scale of had fallen from my eyes, and that, from that day forward, I was a changed man. I looking up at went out into the court-yarthe morning sky, which had t! pathos ot tbo light that dawns after ono whom we lovo has died. As I crossed tho court yard on my way to the gates that shut it in from the road one of tlu in was pushed back and a woman como toward ma She wore a vail that concealed her face, but, teeing me, sho started, and by a sudden impulse, I suppose, threw It back. Thon I saw who sho was. old, wilted up specimen, seeming to be 11 of 75 years old, and ho didn't got tbo game through his bead until wo jumped tbe train at t, small station. Tbe other day I was coming to Detroit from tbe oast, and whon the train stop;! at Kt Thomas I got out tc stretch my legs. I had scarcoly touched th platform when somebody grasped mo and a voice criod out: " 'He is damaanl Ho bait mo out ot foef-tee-n three card monto racket ne was a little, Lut, West and Southwest. . Fast Llns Dslwran LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Scholula In Effscl Oct. II, 1U3. BOUTH.B0WD. "'" Kx. Bun. S IQ - I H37ir Ex. Bun. Lrr, Oorlnjton. Arr. J'srta. iji blear-bonat- it" at rushed to her face, thon forlovely faco still, though sti angely altered since I had last seen It She stared at mo uncertainly for a moment "1 didn't expo t to meet you, sir," she said at last. "I came to ask oftor Mr. Malot Cau you tell mo how ho is." "Ho it dead," I ansuxTod. Sho give a cry and dropped down on a b.'tich by which we were standing. For a long time sho did not say a word, nor after that cry utter a sound Sho sat with her hands clasped round ber knees, gazing fixedly before her. A look of Indescribable dreariness, rather than of (srleC, gradually overspread her face, Aa farspe, who shall I had once lovod hay what emotions I felt tba girl yes, I hod loved hoc and up in yonder room lay tie man whoso death sho bad caused. At last she spoke. "I wanted to see Mr. Malet again," she fold, In a low voice, without looking up. "I followed them; they did not know it Can't I see him now " She rose as she spoke, but, before I could answer, dropped on to the soatssgaln, "No, I couldn't," she said. "I nover saw any one dead yet I coulda'tgo." "Lucy," I said, "Mr. Males (oft a message for you. He bade ms entreat you to go back to your parents. He had written to them, he said. You will have no difficulty with them." Again she sat silent, gaslng drearily boThe blood sook it It "Lucyl"Isald. wat a dollalrel' "I looked around to find that same old Frenchman banging to my arm. 1 couldn't soo that he liad changed a artlc!o in looks or grown older by a day. " 'I want mo feeftccn dollalrol' ho shouted as he danced arouniL 'Dii man be throw one two three caards and ho taako mc foettoedollalre and keopl' "I tried to brass it out. but it was no go, and tbo result was that I had to fork ovet Ho stoo I thero as tho train tho money. moved off, and shaking his fist at me ho shouted: u 'Ah! I forgot! You doan't pay me no 'nteres' on zbnt feefteen dollalre for seventeen yaares' I see you again mobbe seventeen yoares mora.' "Detroit Free Press. ralinrulh...., " Cyntblina... Arr. Wlncbestsr. " Richmond..., " Lancaitor .... Lt. fart. " " Islington...... HIT pin 111 I (K 8 10 9 8 a m It 31 02 10 II 10 aro 11 00 11 . tn IHIIt pu n pml nml pml au 3 00 pm 1 SI nm 4 17 p m 5 IS pm .1 8 17p'm 'It Him su pm 1 pm 8 13 pm o 1x1 p tn 3 OS P ru S S"pni 8 00am 11 tit .. 40 ft! pm 610 pm 141 V,.iV "' Jasaaee4 Kowlaml " Lra uicbmouil.. Arr. Kra., Hosth-IJocs- JLtTlngilon.. ...... ......., NO. 8 8 00 am 10 a ru 11 45 a m No. I. M... 11 No.1 Ly. 1.1 IbrAA rings ton. ...... stand. fore her. "Mr. Malet said the same to mo," she said at last "Of course he couldu'nt underwould be the neighbors, the wboio life no, I can never go home again eoverl" She rose as she spoke, pullftfl' down her veil and drawing ber cloak tightly round 1 It's uot only father and' mother, it her against the chill morning air. mado THAT HACKING COUOU can be so qtdcklr curnl tiy ijulloh's Cure. We guarantee It. M,L. ai am Odd Delusion of a Young Man. 8 "' a m l SJf1"?01"1 "pml " There is a young man more or lest known Arr. Wlncbeatr...., 7 OS a m J km . about the town as tbe prollignto son ot a V" Paris rich fatbor who goes on a terriblo spree I.to. Laxlngton ... 7 U a m i 0 p n 4 20 .... 8 20 a m 8 20 about twice a year. At tbeae times be has La Paris " Cynthlana ., 8 S3 a in 8 30 p m 8 84 3 8s p m IE the oddest Idea Imaginable. Instead of see" Falmouth ..... 10 0 57 I m rr. CoTlnnton ing the customary snakes, bo believes that 11 30a m 8 00 p in 8 43 Bm one of John lloblnson's elephants is trying to kill him. It Is a fearful dolusion, and 9fAT.9TII.Li: BUAMJII, tbe young fellow thinks tbo great animal Is chasing him from street to street nnd from Tin. B, TToTKT Nostii-Docmplace to placo seeking an opportunity to Dally Ex. flun. Er. Hon. crush him beneath bis ponderous feet On these occasions he invariably goei to Lt Corlngton. 2 00 pm " Laxlngton Hazen's detectivo azenry and hires ono cf 7 23 a m 4 20 pm " Paris tbe men to kill tbe elephant The man goes 8 20 a m 8 23 pm 8 47 s ru out and returns in about half an hour, say- Arr Mlllarsburz..... M pm " CarllsU. ..... 3 OS a m 6 10 n'm ing that bs has shot the animal Thereupon ' Johnson. 08 a mi 7 07 pm .......iiii Mayarllla tbe profligate gives tbe detective 110 and I0 80 a m 7 M pm departs with an untroubled mind. Tbe deToT6T No. 84 tective has to kill tba elephaut about twice Dally Dally a year, Cincinnati Timos-StaKit. Bun Ex. Ban I.re Msysrllla.., S 45a m 2 43pm Whlttlf-- r nnd His 1'ersonal I'spera. " Johnson fi 27 a m S 28 p m John G. Whittlar, referring to tbe report " CarllsU 7 28 a m 4 23pm ' Mlllsrsburg that be bad destroyed all bis personal 7 48 a ra 4 47 pm farls m 8 15pm and papers to prevent posthumous pub- A"1 Lexington, " am. m 8 10 pm lication, writes that soma years ago bo de" CoTlnnton 1) goa 8 41 p m stroyed a large collection of letters be had received, not from any regard to his own N0TK.-Tra3 and 4 art dally batwoen Win- reputation, but from fear that their publi- chpjtfr, lns Lexington and ttilght be unpleasant or Injurious to arwdally txctpt Sunday. OoTlngton; othar trsJoi cation tbe writers or their friends. They covered DlrfCtconn ctloniare made at Winchester with hraaptalte A Oblo for Mt. Hurling. Ashland. much ot the period and tho 'war "untlngton, Charleston, W. Va and Eastern clu of the re bolllou. Chicago Tinea. rnn J(,'tU!i'!V'?-Ji.?n- i Winchester. fv President Grevy hardly cares what bs Trains, with Pullman Bleeping wears more than President Lincoln cared, anclnnat and Richmond, Va., andCars betwses Winchester and somewhat the same thing may be said and Washington, D, O. Through tickets and bsggago checked to sny of els wife. doatlnatlon reached by railroad. B.F.B. MORSE, W. H. WnrTTLEHEY, Passenger Ageut, ' WILL YOU SUFFER with sii'l Mr. Trar. Paas. Agent, erCtmplslot.' rihlloh's Vu Izr h ausMnt -- I u ji M I, I'oiiroi) 'Jpneral Manager. CursTou. (tan. fui Ag Arr. Kichicond 'm'"'Z Rowland.,,, " Lancaster .., Arr. Richmond.., n L. - II 00 ml 78aam 8 03 niniiia.J nn 11bi - 1 IS r. let-to- rs 1 anti-slaver- y 1 1 !iiiU iw-intl- s erai-SSct kin interior KyH cacn al 7, 1886 THE PRESENTIMENT OF DEATH. THE ALABAMA'S CAREER. A LITTLE MEXICAN FLOWER GIRL. IN NORTIKCAROHNA. i Stanford, E. May O. WALTON. ButlnoBS Uanagor. DOINQ THE DARLINGS JUSTICE. Photographer lint with Infnntlta llumnnlty l'resto. "Aro you photographing many children riowndnyil" was atketl of n photogropber. "Yen, tlio bnblei nro pretty stoidy customer nnd among the most troutilosomo wo liavo. Noxt to n ml'lille-neil- , pin female, who wnnta ton yenrs taken from her ngo and a largo stock of U'auty addod to her tout cnsemblo, a young mother with bor tiabo la tbo mott ngKKtvnting person the photographer has to deal wIUl Not one in lift- - thinks tlio photographer does tier darling justice, for, of courso, every motbor has the sweetest, prettiest bnby In tbo world. They bring them to be photographed when there is scarcely any dtfTerenco betwovu the features of cci and another, dress them up In lace nnd lawn, and prop thorn up with pillow. When they aro poed thero 1 scarcely anything visible but n tmndla j u rou ut.u. l'hvu tbu liiainruas complain that tlio camera will not Ideallro and inako n cborub out of a frightened little xnorsel of humanity whose moat salient characteristic U abnormal lung power. Thero ii uiually a great ilosl of tlmo arranging the prrclout Infant, prevailing upon It to tmlle, and allaying its fear. Mamma mutt generally stand clow by to preserve order and add tbo finishing Tlio Trouble tlm well-know- , half the troublo photographing children that we used to have. The tlmo necessary for taking a picture has boon so reduced that, If we can catch a child in the right position and with u desirable ex predion for a moment, presto I the picture Is tiken and there we are. liy the old method we used to require so much more time that it was next to an Impossibility to get a really good picture of n They were certain to move and blur some of the feature, or begin to cry and produce a lamentable failure. In tboco days the artlit had to b a diplomatist up to all sorts of wily expedients to keep an infant still and to produce a pleasant preesion on (U little physiognomy. When be removed the ran with one hand he had to exhibit in the other a Jumping-Jacor tome bright colored toy to engage attention, or else he diverted the infantile mind by whistling Use a mocking bird, or otherwUt foolishly dUporting himself. That tort of thing Is largely dono away with, but children make very bod subjects for the camera all the tame.- "- Chicago Tribune Interview, havo k touches. -8UU, wo do not '' f J' anil Ills Antocntph. most plccjlt yet difficult duties the prrtidont has to perform Is apprising tbo autograph crnre. Diorkier generally bos a doien or n autograph albums lying on his table. When the president comes to bis oflloo in the morning Ixvffler take in his little load, and if the president appears to be in a good humor he lays them on the table, and the president, with a laugh and some remark about the crare, write his signature r.narly always this way 0 rover Cleveland, Feb. V7, 1JV When the books bare all torn signed take them to his desk and keep them until they are cabled for. The preal dent sometime varies tho way of writing his autograph, occasionally following the date by "executive mansion'' or "white boute," but never putting "president'' or after his name. A great many of the autograph books are left by senators, members and othsr high official, but nl- most every caller has a book In which they want the president's signature. If all these were sent in the labor would keep the presihours in the day, dent buy for twenty-fiv- e but Mr. Irinor has a way of keeping the people olf. The president never refuses to sign his name In tbo Looks, n not more than a half doen at a time are taken In to him, and tbee only alout three days in a week. Washington Vatt The One of (be Li-llle- r La-filebo-fo- l'mlilnt Ktrrtictliriilnir Memory by Association, There Is a good story going the rounds at tho expend of a young llangor port, who has eeral bod habits, one of which Is and the other playing tho festive ami eminently American gamo of poker. One evening one of their regular poker party brought in a stranger by the name of Koulti Our friend, knowing his own weakness for names, and afraid that ho would make somo mistake during tbo evening, taxed hU brain to the utmost in order to fix tho namo In his memory, and in this attempt he was aided by what ha thought was n very bright idea. The old expression, "Generations have no souls," orcurred to him, and by keeping tills saying in mind he was able to remember the stranger's This plan worked first rate for a time, but as the game waxed merrier and a pair of aces got to bo worth tho limit thero cams it tin when our friend could not think of tho stranger's name for his life. Mind you, at tills time be was n littlo fuddled, but be felt he must know how many cards tbo Like a flash that saying stranger took. came Into bis mind, and breathing a tlgb of rollef he said blandly, "Excuse mo, Mr, Corporation, how many did you drawl' Tho laugh that followed showed tho forgetful youth his mistake, nnd as his only way out of It he explained tho whole matter to tbo board and ordered some more all round. Ixiwiston (Me.) name. Journal CopjIiiR Features or UnglUh I.lfr. This cuttom of Introducing hired enter-tnineinto private boutos is growing rapidly, and as it is ono of the features of English life it is, of courso, "tho swell thing," but it is well to notico that no actor of American birth and training can bo lined to this class of work. Itich people on the other tide, who aro not able to amuse tbcmfclvoi, tntroduco these professionals into tbolr housos and people of wealth In this city with little capacity for doing something interesting tbeinsclvos aro rapidly following their example. Tho acquisition of wealth in this country to draw our citizens toward tbo customs that have grown to be second nature on the other slda For instance, wbllo tho oldor rich men of the metropolis were drivers on the road and loved to sit behind a fast trotter, tho younger generation are all steeplechase riders and lovo to gallop acroxs tho country ou what they call "bunt" This new phase of lifo for tho young bloods is growing very rapidly. Frank Ilurr In 1'hlladelphla Timo. rs , The Ventilation of u Sehool-ltnoiSome years ago, n glass half full of lime water was placed upon tho teacbor's desk in each of the six rooms of n largo school. A slnglo glass was loft on tbo desk of the laboratory as a chock. At tho end of one hour, they woro all collected and examined. Had the air In the rooms continued pure, the glasses would havo boon as clear as when placed upon tho d ska. Hut nil wero somewhat turbid: ono had a thick scum; and one bad tho limo to completely turned to chalk that a stream of pure carbonlo acid produced no more precipitate. What did it all meant Bimply that the air in nil thoso rooms was loaded with carbonic acid. Lolloy P. Oriflln in Tho deatb-dealihg Current Circumstances Attending the Death of A Utile Tale Told bj the l'oet of tho STORY OF THE CONFEDERATE PRIYoung lUyitrU at Mount Vesuvius. Mlerras Mexico's Fovertjr. NOTES FROM AN OBSERVER SOVATEER'S CRUISE AND COMBATS. The subject of presentiment concerning I have taen flirting desperately with a JOURNING IN PINEVILLE. death and fatality in families spoken of lu strangely beautiful little rosebud girl of Hancock's rasa ruaalls somesad point in tho 7 ' years, who stood always on tho about IS WAKRANTED to euro Fever nnd Uayanl history. Few families hnvo boon Account by One of the Craw Itemurk of door of this old convont as I went out, and' Atruo, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Euclid In a Fit of Delirium Tremens an Old Tnr homines' Exhortation moro depleted by sudden death than tho Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, sold mo, for 1 cent, the richest littlo rosebud Singular Cncortalntr of Statistics Tlio Dengue Fever, Bayards, and In many Instances there hnvo Sinking the Ilntteras When the Ala- nnd greenest little leaf for my buttonhole I Fever), Liver (or "Brcak-bono- " been forewarning nnd presentiments. It Is Complaint, and all diseases arising from 1'oorest of the "Poor White" Inhabitevor laid eyes on. One day, after I had bama Mot thn Kearsarge. said that Miss llnyard wrote n letter indiMalarial poisons. gotten a few dollars In my Jacket, I felt I ants An Underbred Itace. cating her approaching death. There are "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. In The Century tho of tho crulso hail been a little mean, and so I mado tbo now lu Washington many old naval ofliccrs and combats of tbo story Whon tbo original engineers surveyed this Woll! You thould have Confedcrato steamer price 5 cents. "For eighteen months suf-cre- d who remember tho intonating circumstances Alabama is retold briofly, and in an ex- seen those shining black eyes' You should country timber was very thick and rum attonding tbo death of Miss Haynrd's cousin, tremely interesting way. Tbo contributors bavo soen hor pretty teeth; about fifty of very cbenp or, if not rum, apple brandy, witli Chills and Fever, Charles ti Ilavnrd. nt Mount Vesuvius. to tho account nro Dr. J. M. Browno, sur- thorn. And the color of delight that camo which was tbo patriotic colonial and Revohaving Chills every other day. Ho was tho favorite son of Hlchard Bayard, to ber tawny littlo face would have made lutionary drink. The result was a set of geon of tbo Koarsargo; Capt J. M. Kell, After trying various remedies of riiiladelphia, whoso fathor and Secretary ofllccr of tho Alabamn, nnd Mr. P. tbo fortune of any painter in this world boundary lines which reminded one of Bayard's fathor wero brothers. Euclid in a fit of delirium tremons. Instance recommended to cure, used a I). Haywood, one of tho Alabama's crow. who could have caught it I promised her In wbllo on board tho United States Tills looks at first like two on ono slda and then and there that, sick or well, rain or the lino I am now on or near, between the bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and ship Congress, in company with several ono on tbo other, but Mr. Haywood scorns shine, sbo should surely and certainly two Carolines, which in its cntiro courso have never since hud a chill. young friends from ou board, ho modo tho moro like nn obiorvcr of tho American do- always sell at least cents worth of tlowors runs to every point of the compass, besides DWIJV HARPER." ascent of Mount Vesuvine It was the same mestic quarrel than like an advocate Hid so long as I remained nnd bad silver forming an arc in one place and following Congress Unit went down in Hampton few pages, which am of unusual interot, piece to buy with. This drowned her eyes the mennderings of a crook In another. And VKETXKED BT Itoads before the Mtrrimnc, nnd In tho and apparently no one knows why it was so located. no little historic value, entirely. People cry nt such trifles hero. Dr. J. G. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. party was the stme Jotoph Kmltlt, who, as let In a striking of But the linos of farms aro still moro I told some ladles about this smart and light upon tho Alabama's Sold by all Druggists. commander of tho CongroM, had his hood cruise. 'patient child; and she has shoes and stock- mysterious. To an Indiana or Illinois man taken oft by a rnnnoti twill, and of whom ings now. She has also a neat little calico they seem the very madness of perverse inMr. Haywood, who was dragged out of his father said, when be hoard that tbo the water when tho ship went down, by "n dress, and has had ber glorious shock of genuity, Is it not a strange thing that in Congress was taken: "Then Joe is dead." brawny fellow in petticoats and top boots," hair thinned out and completely combed. royal and colonial times no one ever thought In the party also was Lehman B. Ashmead, PIANOS AND ORGANS. trifc of as slmnln nn nTpedlont ns laving out belonging to a French pilot boat that camo Did I forgot to siy that th" nnly flt-of rbllodclphiu, with whom young Bayard to the rescue of the swimmers, says that this child had for all the weeks that she sold land in square tracts f In the course of Messrs. 8. It. k L. J. Cook s r Agents for the afterward went to Jerusalem to visit tho what astonished him when ho reached Cher me the flowers for 1 cent was simply an old tlmo and changes by sale and tr.tde most of Holy Sopulchor. Wbllo there they both bourg was tn find Englishmen there plyin& gunny bag with a holo cut through tho end the arms havo got into some convenient John Church & Co. FIsdos ant Organs, which emexcellent Instruments. hod tattooed on their arms by nn old htm with questsons designed to depreciate for the bead; the arms quite naked I shape; but the habit of speech it more en- brace tbeAfollowing most Bros., Decker it Bon and Knsbe Co., Hszellen dragoman tbo horaldlo arms of Jerusalem, the Kcarsarge's victory: And yet this artistic little thing bad during than tbe habit of action, and very Everett Pianos, Also, Clougn A Warren and tbe These with the data of their visit, In tho case of gathered the coarse garment about ber so few people direct a traveler by the points of John Church A Co, Organs. great Instruments HKMAHK OP A UUIM OLD TAH. are most excellent In young Ilayard the tattooed cross doveloped decently, and bad always stool so meekly the compass Their instructions abound in wedefy compttltlon. teue.of then, durability and "One grim old tar, who bad been quarterAll of virulent features, fostered, and finally be master in the royal navy, and was saved modestly, lifting her vast, swimming eyes, "down tho creek," "over tbe next ereek," tor five years. References: A. B. are warranted Pennr, Mrs. beenmo sick and the arm became greatly "around t'other side of the swamp," and so E. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and with me, said 'We was whipped pushing back ber black, heavy hair with on. swollen. He continually declared that be because she to the point, And very fow planters know Just how James Heaxley, BUnford: Mrs. Maggie Holmes, was a better ship, better her left band as sbo bugged ber roses with Crab Orchard: Ota. W. J. Landram and Miss Us-- ii would die, nnd even af it appeared to ber right, that I really never had known much land they own; it is sold or rented on Unflmtn,Lncwtr, Ky. grow entirely woll ho was in the bnblt of manned, hod better guns, better served; quite bow miserably she was clad. And estimates, and sometimes a survey will show Misses Itoie lllchards and Ella Bsmsey, assissite of it,' and he walked that's tant sgenu. saying to Mr. Ashmood and other friends: away. about theseen somewhere an account this is also partly owing to the fact that sb a variation of fifty acres. I have "This arm will be the death of me yet" This singular uncertainty runs through of the taking of the Uatteras, that made it is only one of thousands There is so much Ten year afterward young Bayard left n daring achievement To sneak up to an poverty here much wealth, it is true, but the most of tbe statistics of North Carolina. cruls'j in the Columbia, as flag lieutenfor a enemy under a foUe hall and a most dreadful, hopeless, and dismal pov- You always havo to discount or add a perant of Commander Morris. Before tearing broadsldo of metal much heavier pour inshe erty. At the same time I am clearly con- centage to make them square with the reathan 8TANPOBD. KY. be took a sad farewell of all his friends could return surely no English sailor will vinced that there is much more happiness son of things. Apparently there never is here, and declared to one and all that "they see anything to the national credit in this. to the square acre here than in New York, as much gold produced from a mine or as W. P. WALTOH, - - Proprietor would never see him again." He was very The poor show wo mado Kcorsarge. Washington, or any other American city much corn from an acre as last year's stadejected and despondent Ten years to a however, disposed of thewith tho achieved in the United States. Joaquin Miller's tistics present It depends so largely upon glory we day from his previous visit, in company in burning defenceless merchantmen." the temperament of the man who gives tbe BUs of Stage, 2oxSO. Eight complete sets of Seen. Mexico Letter. cry. Besting capacity, Including gallery, with young Carroll Tucker, of Maryland, figures; and surely there is no other state Wben Haywood signed in Liverpool the rates to good attractions. and a few friends, the Columbia toeing then articles that made him one of the crow of The Country's Consumption of Oranges. where big men are so ready to givo big figures or littlo men feel so awfully little Naples, be made the ascent of Vesuvius at Reference was made in a former letter to shipthe W0," afterward the Alabama, THE SEM during an eruption. With him were Bear ping master warned him against the the chances of an of or- and small spirited as in North Carolina. Yankee 81mpVon and Bear Admiral CalAdmiral spies, and assured him that Great Britain anges in Florida. Here are some figures Take ono of these little, peaked-nosehoun, who were than lieutenants. He bad would soon declare war against the United stumbled on and given by a grower: and weazened fellows who "crop the arm of a Prussian army otllcer. He was States: "Florida has never produced over 1,20,-00- 0 it" on these pine flats, and he certainly can quite gay. Just near the Hermitage where boxes, at on average of 150 to the box, take the most narrow, contracted views of "Next day I went the he hod halted ten years before, the party look of tho vossoL aboard, and tolikedpracwhich makes a grand total of oranges the universo of any creature outside of Everything a stopped, finding it would be dangerous to go ticed eye, indicated the character of the in the last ton years about 7,500,000 boxes, Lilliput That the world is nearly 25,000 nearer the crater. As tkey were turning, a ship. No platforms were laid, but the or lb7,SO0,00O oranges, this being a large miles around and contains somo 1,400,000,000 moss of lava and rock struck young Uayanl for the production of Florida or people is a conception he could not possibly places for the pivot guns were plainly on the arm whero he hail been tattooed, cut- marked; ber magazines were finished and angos in ten years, total Last year thero take in though ho would assent to it inting It fearfully and obliterating the cross, shot boxes wero lying about" wero imported into Now York city from for- stantly if some man of imposing air stated and before the party could reach the foot of At Terceira an Eegllih bark brought her eign ports more than "O.CKO.OOO oranges and it confidently. the volcano he died. His mother is still liv- guns and war material, and more men and lemons Boston, AN VNDEHBllED AND UNDERFED VZOFVE. 25,0J0,0U0; Philadelphia, ing, upward of IO years of age. His body the captain rame by another vessel Then, 60,000,000; New Orleans, W.OOO.OOO, making He has less color in bis face, less spring Is buried near the foot of Vesuvius. Philaleaving Angra on a Sunday morning, the a grand total of oranges and lemons landed In his walk, and less "tone" in his speech delphia Times. than the native of any section I have visBritons for the first time saw tho flag tbey at three our principal ports of entry of ited. His peculiar grayish or mealy, The foreign Irult for one year imwere to fight under, and beard the first of complexion is a mystery to me. What Jay Oould Says of Yachting. ported equals tho entire production of Hemmes' exhortations: PBTAJIlfOBD.'IKy. Jay Oould was in tho library of his Fifth "Ho told us, among other things, that Florida for the past ten years. Add the Many pretend it is due to tbe climate; but that is an evident error, as tbe avenue resldenoo when your correspondent Providence would bless our endeavors to crop of Wv3, say, 18,000,000 oranpes, to the got into bis presence. "If you desire to free the south from the Yankee, etc. A 165,000,010 imported into four cities, and people are noticeably ruddy, and certainly "W. WALOTON, obtain an interview on the railroad strike," boatswain's mate behind me growled, 'Yau, 50,000,000 estimated as landing at other it should be more healthful in the pines than be said, with poll to decision, save the effort Providence likely to bless yer ports, gives a grand total of orangos con- on the darker lands. I am satisfied it is this .',009,000 the result of defective nourishment, from of pertinacity, for I positively won't talk crew" During the night somo ono orna- sumed in the United States is published! every Tuesdsy and Friday at the on that subject for publication. Whatever mented a bread bag with a terrific skull and These divided among a population of siy generation to generation. Tbey have scant low price of is to be said from the company's side of the crotssbones, and managed to fasten it to one 50,000,0.0, will give to each inhabitant Just xooi, ana don't know how to cook that orangos each, allowing noth- "Jowl and greens," with buttermilk, is their TWO DOLLARS PEB TEAR. case it ut out on tho ground. You must of the mizxen braces. In the morning the and "fry" at this season, master-at-arm- s excuse me." The visitor suggested that his was hunting for tho delin- ing for loss or decay in handling and trans- feast bacon) their (fried standard. Not one famviews on railroading generally would be Inquent, but tho men only laughed at him, porting. Cincinnati Enquirer. ily in three has a vogotable garden worthy teresting for the public to read. "All right," and suggested that 'Chucks, the moxlne,' How Havana Hotels Are Conducted. the name. Not one house in ten bos a grass Mr, Oould replied, "Just make mo say that bod been at his tricks. 1 bad been looking While the manner of conducting hotels in plat or shrubbery around it It isn't a If steam yachting in my AtaUnta could be over the crew, and made up my mind that, r ALL CLASSZS by every when. done evcrboly all on tho whole, I had never been on a ship Havana is very unlike our way, the change good day's walk from Charlotte to this pinoy over the continent, I would sell my with such a bad lot Tbey were all sailors is agreeable for a time There ore but two sand strip, yet it is from tho nineteenth to Noatly and Cheaply Exeouted. railroad holdings at a sacritlca Suppouo from clew to taring no haymakers among rozJ meals per day, a luuch consisting of the sixteenth century. I like backwoods people if thoy have the canals for tbo swiftest vessels could bo them but they were mostly of that class, coffee and rolls or fruit being served to a that flavor of tbe woods, for if well fed and dug alongside all the railroads tn the counfound in seaport towns all over the world, guest before rising, if wished, the breakfast JL tbey try, who would rido any moro In cars I I've that ship for tlio 'run' (from port to port), hour being at 10 o'clock and the dinner at 5. housed racy always havo a primitive humor of tbe soil, and their homely Wo were prepared to suffer martyrdom in that is Just returned from a crulno in my yacht, and not for tho voyage, and are always a But the and the highest luxuries known to land roagh, mutinous set Tbey did not soem to the matrer of food, but were pleasantly wit is worth a long walk to hear. Carolinian of tho pines soems totally destitransit are discomforts compared with skim- care for the ship's officers, and wero deter- surprised to find most excellent faro, the tute of that THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ming along, as swiftly as the average train, mined to stand no r dickoy from steaks being better than the average, at the negroes humor which charms even in of tho block lands. He is home, and the Cuban method of preparing with no dust or Jolt Ob, railroads are them. Evidently be does And the Lonlirllle I'meapplee, bananas, essentially a sad being. fish simply superb. useful but for purposes of pleasure I shall TWT.VTV.TWO MONTHS OF 8U0CESS. oranges, and on infinite variety of conserves not enjoy this world, though I rarely hear forevermoro despise thorn. And who knows The wonder is that Capt Semmes occom blm speak of a better. That tho race is unCourier-J- o made from tropical fruits with unpronounceseriously, now that somo tlmo or other plbhod so much. Mr. Haywood ocknowl waterways may sursede railroad tracks edges his "Judgment and resolution," as able names, together with a quart bottle of derbred is clearly shown by tho fact that One year for only 83-t- wo papers for little fair table wlno to each two persons, rendered those graceful curves are lacking which for fast and comfortable travel. " Cincinmore man the price of one. shown by twenty-tw- o months of success, the table quite endurable, even though an mark nearly all natural human forms that nati Knqulror Interview. Kell he had an a fino ex and in First Lieut hour or more was consumed in being served. is there is no swell of soft CojU here and .... r Bv rutvlnv n M mn .,.. and jv I)anlli Superstition Concerning Itlchcs. ecutivenot officer. Hazing l'risoners fighting In a warm cltmato like that of Cuba, it is there to finish oft tho body. Arm or leg is your jj'-- a paper with will .exxifn l,jur one year borne the uncommon. the wore not only deiirable, but acreeable, to fall of tbe came circumference for its entire were u mu oouia, If you would be rich you must go out on always well treated, except that "the wan In sight of mo as I write is an le rvuw,D for reTenua onlr. and democrat and for a UrliT tbo beet. Twelfth Night to a ctccs road where five ton destruction of tbo clothes and effects of into native ways, and lounge at midday length. female of tbo species. Fit a ring and at maals. Tbo Si vanish custom seems adult ways meet, ono of which leads to a church; captured sailors was simply disgraceful" States. , Those who deaire to examine a tample to bo to smoke a cigarette between tbo tight around her Just under tbo arms, and ug po a. imj OSQCV and you must tako with you in your bands r, w. Of the tight with tho Uattoras, Mr. Hay. courses, a style which tome of our party It would slide to ber heels and touch evenly a gray calfskin and an axe. When you wood's opinion has already been given. Near by is her husband, all tho way. you must sit down on But when the Alabama met tbo Kearsorge were not slow in adopting. Cuba Cor. Chi chopping wood reach the cross-roawith such on indescribable cago Lodger. the calfskin, the tall of which mutt be exthero was a different sort of battle. This sweep that I can not tell tended In the direction of the road which OHIO combat, tho first ever fought between A Ton of Uiertithe Onicers. whether ho is right or loft handed. leads to tbo church yard. Then you must war vtmuIs in the open seas, An asserti in that the president and his "Parke's" Letter in Chicago Times. look fixedly nt tho axe which must bo made was a duel of ships evenly matched in size, cabinet weigh nearly a ton would seem at Kentnckj's JBonlo East as sharp as possible, The Kluc and Ills Doctors. 1,00 tons to 1,(U1 tons, but, repeating the Toward midnight, tho goblins will come familiar story of fifty years before, with first appearance rather a startling one, bvit voa A good story is told of King Eraost of it is not so far from the fact The talk in multitudes and put gold in great heaps the American vtxsel throwing a heavier about tho physical condition of Mr. Man- Hanover. Ho was seriously ill, and saw Washington, Philadelphia and around you, to try and mako you look up, weight of metal than the British from a New York. numerous doctors, but ho would not take that and thoy will chatter, grimace, and grin at smaller number of guns, with greater ning brings out the fact 323 be weighed any medicine. As any bottle or powder The only line running pounds. He you. But when at length thoy have failed precision. Tho advantage in fertility of at the time of bis attack was brougnt,' ms majesty said, "rut in since he in causing you to look aside, they will begin dovlco was also with the Union ship. For had gained over 25 pounds treasury. came the cupboard;" and again and again itit was TULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS into his position at the The to take bold of the tail of the calfskin and example, over a year before, Capt Wlnslow, president is not much behiud him in weight "Put in tho cupboard." Not ono drop was drag It away with you upon it Then you at the suggestion of Tbey are very mnch alike in figure, height, touche L Starving patience were the only SOLID will bo fortunate if you ran succeed in cut Thornton, had the ship's sheet-chaihung nnd general physical peculiarities. Thero remedies resorted to. At last his majesty -- FBOM ting off tho tall with the axe without looking outside over her boilers. This protective are several of the cabinet members who got his good turn, and began to feel that he about you and without damaging the axe. device was equally open to the Alabama, must weigh LoniBTille, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. could eat again with a relish, and by deIf you succeed tho goblins will vanish, and but nobody thought of It Again, Mr. Uay-wro- d retary Lamarnearly '.00 pounds each. Sec- grees nature flung off the disorder, whatto Washington Oity, is tall, and all the gold will remain by you. OtherConnecting in the same depot with thinks that Semmes was somewhat woll doveloped physically, and must tip tbo ever it was, which had run its course. His wise, if you look about you or damage the "flurried, and commenced firing too soon," beam at about that figure. Garland is a majesty was up and dressed early, and at Fast Trains for New York. axo, it will be all up with you Chambers' when far away, in the hope to disable his big man, very tall and muscular. He is business. "Get all thoso bottles, powders, The Direct Boute t Journal. antagonist by a broadside. out of the cupboards," he Lynchburg, DsnTiUt, Norfolk and all Virginia Window not far from 200 in weight Bayard is not and land North Carolina Points. Quaint Fancies of Famous Composers. reserved his fire with n result thus described: far behind htm, neither is Endicott Vilas said, "and range them in a row round tbe For tickets and further information, apply to "Tbo enemy circled around us and did not and 'Whitney must averago up alout 175 room." It was a very small room, and they Saccblnl worked surrounded by his pet return our fire until within seven or eight pounds each. Put the eight men tho presi- almost made a circle round tbe walls. Tbe your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Moncat hundred yards, and then she let us have it dent and his cabinet on the scales, and you doctors came In, smirking and smiling, and roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. his best music while l'aesiello composed The first shot that struck us made the ship will find they do not fall many hundred congratulated tbe king upon being up again W. O. WICKHAM, JET. W. TULLES, 2d Vice President, lying In bod. Oss'lFsu'r Agt. reel and shake all over." weight bolow a ton. Washington Cor. Cin- and looking so well "Yes, doctors," said Blchmond. Virginia. Auber composed wbllo on horseback, ridhis majesty, "thank God it is bo. But look Capt Kell considers that the glory of the cinnati Timce-Staing at full gallop. victory was tarnished by the Kcarsarge's count it up. Don't you think if I had Barti found that bis Imagination had freer firing several shots MUslon r tho I'cach Itlow Vase. taken all that stuff I should havo been dead after the Alabama's vent in a dark revm. A Tho "mission" of the poach blow vase. colors wero struck; but Meyerleer drew his finest inspirations Surgeon Browne explains, tothis was due, as What a lesson in it wben rightly considered! long agof Foreign Letter. the renewal of from a thunder-storm-. Manasjraent of a Circus Company. firing from tho Alabama, either through Its rarity, coupled with its delicate beauty, II Adolpho Adnm got his ideas while buried disobedience A contrast between the old days and tho of Capt Semmes' orders or a commanded for the pretty trifle the sum of under an eider down quilt New York $18,000. And yot the cost of the clay and now is rather vividly pet forth by the manfailure to understand them. -- 0))To"itvutt,wrwAiaATiemMtoWrs: Sir Arthur Sullivan is addicted to Bass' Bun. the color did not exceed 10 cents. All tbo ager of a popular circus company: "Our nle and the sofa while he Is composing. rest was for the secret of the combination, business has become a science. Instead of Oluck composed best out of door in a A Novel Use far llald Itoads. tho knowledge and art of the common pot- using a limited number of old spavined Through Coaohes 'and Pullman meadow, with his piano and a bottle of ter of two centuries ago. If it was not lost bor so i to drag wagons over country roads, A novel use for bald bonds is thus Sleeping Can. champagne, When the Crown Prince Henry peach blow vases would not command a we now u&e railway cars. We havo eighty Wagner, when composing his historical hlgbor price than another common hand-som- o cars of our own, hiring only the motivo mado progress From' operas, arrayed himself in the appropriate William United a sort of royal closo toy or ornament If the secret is gone power, and are whirled through twenty Germany, nt tho through of Louisville le Oliictige, mediaeval garb. New York Graphic with France, each town vied with there is left for the thoughtful workman a states in the courso of one ssason. We bavo hostilities its neighbor In presenting tome, novelty by thing almost as precious this striking evi- a tent which, instead of accommodating Cincinnati to Chicago, Iuventor of the Mask. way of honor to his imperial highness. Ono dence of tbe value that his unconscious ef- 1,500 persons, covers cosily 21,000 persona The mask which base-ba- ll catchors now capelmeliter conceived the idea of utilizing forts may acquire in the world of art Tbo Instead of ono small ring, re havo three Indianapolis to Chicago wear was tho invontion of Fred Thayer. Ho tho ancient opera goors, and upon tho enpeach blow vase is the incarnation of the large ones, an elevated stage and a bippo-drom-o was training tbo Harvard nine in the winof labor. Cor, Kansas City Jour-na- L racing track. Wo havo two nionag-orle- s, dignity trance of THBOUGH TIME TABLE ter of 1HT0-- when Harrold Ernst, one of decorated the prince into tbo box, already a herd of elephants, 450 honeo to draw for him, somo men in tbo fastest of pitrhors, was on the nine. stood up, making the lotters "Unsorthe pit ViaLouiiTllle: wagons nnd chariots, and twenty-si- x tents, Fritz" When Our Forests Are Cone. Jim,Tyng,who caught, said that he would not in bold heads below. Exchange. besides sleeping cars and hotel cars. Our As a last resource, when the forests shall pay-rol- l Stand behind tho bat unless ho could get LT. LOQllTllIo. 7 3 a m I 7 40 p m contains nearly 803 names, and our S SO p m B 20am bo thinned to tbo point of extinction, we expenses each day amount to $7,000. TheJ Arr. LaCaystte.. tome sort of protection for his face. The d " Chicago Old War Horse, A 8 20 p in 8 00am shall bavo tha ore beds and smelting fur- ranlt.nl (nvrnfjul (a SttrWKim" Tl,n ArJl result was that Thayer fixed up a sort of J. F. Copland's "Old Bill" is not as fa- naces to fall back upou. and iron cars will naut. cage, which has gradually become tho Via Cincinnati; Chicago Tribune. mous as Stonewall Jackson's "Old Sorrel," at last bocomo a necessity, their cheapness mask of Just died, but he is older. He carried Mr. and durability will bo recognized, and the Lts. Cincinnati .................. 17 10 a m 18 p m A Plnce Vp Among the A's. " Indianapolis........ Copeland through the war, received some weary waiting of their many sanguine lleards In the Trench Army. George Ebors, tho biographer of , 12g gp p m 116 20 p m Art. Chicago,....., pm Main flebh wounds, and now passes a pleasant old advocates abundnntly rewarded. But wo Oca Boulanger, minister of war, has re- age near Corinth, Go. Ho is says that Alma is a fancy namo old Dally finally except Bunday. ii years Ex- aro sorry to say that both cars and advo- adopted by tho painter portly because it has solved to sanction beards in the French cates must bido their time, w hich is not a pleasing sound and partly because it enarmy. Officers and sergeants may wear and quite bald as to neck and tail Ee sure yonr ticket reads Tla the yet Notional any amount of beard, provided it bo not change. ables him to havo hia pictures entered on long enough to conceal the number of their tbe first pago of art catalogues. PhiladelSome preachers put's mo in mino o' er Lend Poisoning from the Millstones. phia IVs regiment on their collar. For privates tailor dat makes er coat BffONON suit hisso'f, nn' Cases there is no wstrictlon. Side wbUkers, howof lead poisoning in Paris trios ter make ernuder man wa'r it den (L. N. A. A C. It'y) as It Is the quickest, the best ever, must not be worn alone, and short whuther it fits him er not Arkansaw Trav- have boon traced to bread and flour, and most direct line to Chicago and points Soundings In the South Pacific. certain boles in the millstones which ground In the Northwest. hair, especially behind, is still compulsory. eler. A line of soundings just completed across Chicago Journal the grain having been filled up with lead. Tickets Tla theMonon Route on cale it all printhe south Pacific, from New Zealand to tbe cipal ticket offices. For rates, maps and lull in Tho stalest egg in this world is in Wash-ingtoformation, address to tt- dsuonjcuii Uhl s U II straits of Magellan, by Commander Barkor, It cost 103,f 49,528 to conduct tho public W-8. BALDWIN, O. P. A., Cblcsco. It was found In a guano bed and yo U. S. N., found;!, 000 fathoms near Chatham stud ui oar d.io. "0c un A. J. O'KULLY, Q. 8. A.lou!st11I6. schools of tho United States in 181. is 1,OOJ years old. island, tbo greatest denth. ETchar-- f a. , xa3 anything." Ague Cure nt AYER'S I I nS-ce- nt tr OPERA HOUSEI d, 0. Interior Journal P. well-to-d- o Pro'r. corn-brea- d Grand Combination 'man-o'-wa- Weekly arnal iotcr Courier-Journa- wuuu-vumum- d over-tbo-bea- d CHESK screw-projelle- d D fit Lieut-Command- n A TRAIN broad-shouldere- pill-box- r. 's 1 ltahl-Xecke- to-da- 1 1 Alma-Tadem- a, r. tr ROUTE, n. !",,, . ..!, - I " SSSSSSS "You never believed me about Lucy," ha said. "For Qod's sake, Ambrose, don't speak of that a gain I I cried in anguish. "Forgive mo, forglvt met the loss of all these year has boon mine," "No, no," bo said ; "it is no matter. All is over now, and it is all one. Life, too, will be over in a faw hours, and that is well. Strange," ho went on after a pauso, "that men should dread death as they da I have thought so always; now that I am dying, I think so mora than ever. To dread tho unknownwhen to know tho unknowable Is tho great and unattainable desire of lifo." "Most men think otherwise," I said, "tho lovo of life Is strong." "Yos. yes, I know It," bo said, "and it Is better so, it should bo so. But something has gons wrong between mo aud lifo; I have felt a strangor in it always. Death is He lay quiet again for a long while. His breathing was dlfil ult and opprcss,d. Now nnd then th wind stirred the trees on tha bill outsllo, tho shadows slowly luovodwlth the advancing night, otherwise all wassttlL But presently he began to turn restlessly In tho led, tho hands, hot with forer, strayed over tho countorpano. When ho spoko again his mind was wandering a little, "I sup, oso you go back to Oxford ut ouco, old fellow," bo said. "I should llko to get back there if it wore only for a day Sly mother i dead, you know ; poor mother. The mcadous down by tho rlvor, it would bo cooler thero than hero, wo might have another walk together. Lucy" Tho wor'sdiol awny in a murmur; but all at once, half raising himself in bod: "No one has bellovvd In mo, no ono has cared for me," he said, In a strange, loud, solemu voice, such as I havo novrr board him use before; 'and knowledge it ignoranco, and one drinks and drinks nnd tha otoraal thirst is never quen'hed, never" He looked round wildly till, his eyos falling on me in tbo imperfect light, gradually full consciousness returned. He lay back quietly. "Give me some watir, will you Frank!" be said, in an exhausted voice, I did as ho desired. "I mutt have been asleep, I think," ho said, as bis head sank again on the pillow. ''I should have liked to tell you all about my wanderings, Frank. I have wandered a good ueal since we lost mot; but I suppose there won't bo Umj. What o'clock Is it!" He felt under tho pillow for his watch. I went to tho door and, looking at my own watch by the candle outside, told him the hour. "It is later than I thought," be said, an again lay sllont, his faco turned to tho win dow, I sat down beside him and tojk his He let it Ho thoie. hand In mine. ''Strange,' ho said again, "ono lives alono, aiii ouo dies alono, and yet human fellowship Is sweet I llko to feel your baud In mlno, Frank." Ho was i n. w'ng weaker. I could sou it by tho way his bend lav ou tho pillow, aud ili llcultjr with which bo by the swallowed the cordial I gave him from time to time, I as.od him prosantly w hot her bo had any wishes I coui 1 fulfill. ' No," ho said ut first, thou, "Lury uio here, of course," ho ml J, ouo spot of earth Is like another, and thero is no ono at homo to mourn for me." Don"t say that," I said, I broko down, and. laying my head ou tho counterpane, cried llko a girl It dlstroswxl him. "Don't," ho wld twico, and in a minute I "I havo hud countered tlu weaknav. louged for death," bo snid, "and now it has cotuo. Yes, I am glad to die. Something was wrong betweeu me and life; I could hao made nothing of it Death Is host, and what comes after.' "You do believe, Ambrose!" I cried. Tho words were Involuntary, for, though tho thought had been In my mind since I ontcred the room, I had not meant to uttor it Ho looked at mo with oyoj whoso kindness and affection I can noer forget "Good old Frank!" ha said. "If you over seo Lucy," ho went on, after a uius, "tell her from mo to go back to her parunta I have written to thetn, sho will havo no difficulty. Toll her so from me." The room wa growing darker the moon had set 1 could not make out tho change in his faco any more. But be still kept it turned toward tho window. "How bright bo said oneo. the stars aro "Surely we shall know." And onco again; "Soon I shall know," Then a long sllonce. Alout midnight the doctor had como in, pulso, and had laid his hand on his patio-it'- s I brought tho light gone without a word. back into tha room in the darkest hour before dawn; but Ambrose took no notice. About dawn ho died. AMBROSE May 7, 1886 MALET. briefly, and changed the subjoct I have said ho had a tender heart; that is to say little. He bad a capacity for profound and passionate love. In the course W. P WALTON. of our rambles we made the acquaintance an ordinary young man's adventure of a farmer's daughter, a young girl who, not without intention, as I had afterward reason to toilet e, strongly attracted us both. I was in love, it not for the first time in my life, as much as I had ever been before But Lucy Smiles was not a girl I could have made my wife, and I must do myself tha CONVICT COLONIES. justice to say that, recognliing the fact early in our acquaintance, I broke off, with some resolution, even the ttinblanco of a DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DISCOMFORT a flirtation. With Malet it was different; IN SIBERIAN SETTLEMENTS. he fell deeply and passionately iu love with the glrL The difference In station and education seemed not to ailect him, it was imExile Who Are Allowed to ltoniu Ut possible, indeed, that an Intellect such as his Tuiulru at Will Others Who Are Surcould ever look for or tho sympathy Doad-LIn- o No Ditch rounded by a that springs from equal minds, aud on tho ono occasion ou nblch he spoko to me on the Sunday l'otencjr of llrlbes. subject for a resorvo had sprung up between Tbo great Barablnza steppe betiroon tbo us in the matter 1 iufenod, though ho did Irtish and tbo Obi is traversed by strips of not state it iu so many words, that ho hoped '' woodlands his wife immodiatvly on to make Lu-as they would leaving Oxford. Shortly afterward, tho call them in Texas whore gams abounds 1 control tha girl dUappearo and where fioreral trading-postfrom her father's homo. collection of a yearly quantum of furs, Certain circumstances threw suspicion on huncing and trapping being the only Malet; nothing was, nothing iouId be proved against him, but, to tell the stcry briefly, I penalty loiposod upon a comparatively class of exiles tho nolve-years' thought I had reason to believo the worst, men" transported for manslaughter, burgand I believed it All my incipient love for the ctrl horself blazed up in a flame of lary and similar secondary otleusea They passion aud Jealousy, and what I held to bo ore permitted to roam the tundra at will, righteous Indignation at the story of her being merely required to report at headdisappearan e and of her parents' despair. quarters twice or thrice a yoar oftenor only if black marked for neglect of duty. Malet said very little; be gave me bis word During tho first year they draw governthat be had had nothing to do with the matment rations, which they they ore afterward ter, he saw that I did not billeve him, and ho said no more. I, on my side, broke with permitted to commute for all sorts of extra supplies if their earnings should exceed the him. lie bird been my beit friend; on more than one occasion he hal served mo prescribed minimum, Some of these involuntary sportsmen own qulto comfortable in a way that should havo won my undylog houses. ing gratitude. But what gratitude survives a sense of wrong! AnJ, indeed, I hold myDIFFKKENT DEOKKE3 OP DISCOJirOHT. self not ungrateful, but just. At the expiration of their term they are permitted to sell tholr homesteads to a froo What storm of memories, old affectloD, settler, unless they should prefer to become remorse, swept over me mutters little now. permanent settlers themselves, and exchongo Where were doubts and past susplclonii a free wilderness for tbo comforts aud conAlas, that, living or dying, clearness of straints of west Russian city life. Tholr vision should come to enlighten us at tho penal servitude is not much harder than supreme moment only. I turned from tin that to vt hlch poverty and an equally rigwindow to the docto.. orous climate subject thousands of our "Can I see himf" I said; "bo was tbo best But thero ii on ex northwestern pioneers friend I had in the world" ceptional lot, and at Telmi, in the govern"Certainly you enn fee him," ho answered. ment of IrkooUlc, thero are penal factorial "I rejoice indeed that you or any one bewhero convicts are worked for fourteen longing to him should l here. I will tako hours a day, and required to pass the nights you to him at once. Ho has a little fever, in a shanty-towsurrounded by a deadbut is otherwise qulto quiet; to ai ute sufferline ditch which thoy must not approach on ing, happily. Nothing can barm him now." pain of being shot down like wild beasts. He led tho way as he spoke, up flight They, too, nro, howevor, permitted to imafter flight of the shallow hotel stairs, and prove their lot by over-tim- e work, and ore down a long passage to a i emote and silent treated with comparativo indulgence, being part of the house. At the end of tho paswith such venial sins as robbery, cburel sage a door stood ajar. Thd doctor pause-- ! incest and iolation of the exciso laws. before we reached It "You will no doubt Political oucnders go to the mines. Some able!" wish to remain with your frien I" ho said. are sent to tha Stanovol mountains in the "Undoubtedly," I answered. "Your description answers in crory parfar east, where cscapo Is ticular," said tbo doctor, "excopt, indeed, as He gave me one or two brief directions, imposslbla Others go to .serezow, or seen. the smile, which I to Vertschinsk, w here the gloom of their regards sad enough, poor have notHe is then, signing to mo to wait for a moraent, fellow. He looks opened the door and went in. misery is never lighted by a ray of the sun, young, about your own ago, I should think." Ho was alone. He lay with closed, oyos, their time being divided between work in Ho looked at me with a momentary humorhis hands spread out ou tho counterpane, tho bowels of tho hills or sleep in the bunk-rooous gleam that seemed to say: "In all other his head supported by pillows. The night of their prison barracks. Their food respects as Ho has wn warm, and though tho little, casement unliko you as possible. consists of rye bread and a slie of salt beef, gray eyes and wears no beard; on his little stood wide open, he seemed oppress i by tbo washed down with ditch water. Barring finger is a green signet ring. If you accidents in, the shafts, tbeywork from 4 friend of bis I shall be glad. I askod are a heat, and to breatho with dillleulty. He him was not changed; in early youth oven his a. in. to' 0 p. in., without intermission, he to day if I should send to any one, dinner being omitted in the menu of their replied that he had no relations nndand a features bad been too marked toIalter readnot hal beeu daily meals. Supper, the principal meal of friend in the world that would come to him." ily; only the lfnes with which familiar had deepened, aud tho pallor of the day, has to be prepared and finished The tears rushed to my eyes; I could not mortal sickness overspread his countenance. within eighty minutes, for an hour and a help I rose, and, walking to one of the Ho opened his eyes as the doctor's step half after their return from tbo mines tho long it windows, stood with my back turned approached bis bedside, drum beats for lights out to the room, looking out on tho moonlit "What timo is It!" ho said foobly. TUK HADES OF VKKTSCIIIXSK. garden. 0," said the doctor. He "About half-pas-t havo no Suxaay. and only one They Threeyears before, at Oxford, Ambrose laid hU hand on his patient' wrist as he yearly holiday the birthday cf the czar. A spoko, and stood for a moment noting tho few men of iron constitution have actually Malet had been my best friend. A lonely man, a endured tho horrors of that hell for twenty-fiv- e through solitary soul, ho had sought me out pulse. "Thero is a friend of yours hero," one of those contradictions that Lo said then, "who wants to seo you. I years. The happy plurality die before somettaea provoke and cement the firmest have brought him up." the end of the fifth yoar. Yet sj omnipowas His forehead and mouth contracted paintent is bribery in th dominions of the czar friendships. Homado little known personally his mark at oiuo as a that fnmilLs of wealth aro known to havo at Oxford, yet so unusual that everything fully for a moment. 'Afiiundof mine! he said. "But I have no friends." lightened the burden of their exiled relatives man of powers I came forward. His glance foil upon ma even in tho hades of Vertochlnsk. By the might be expected of him. Tho expecta was founded on a misconception of his and was suddenly Illuminated. "Frank T collusion of half a dozen officials prisoners tion can be kept on tbo sick-lis- t for years to- character; and yet perhaps not Who shall he cried. gether, a mining slavo can secure a berth la say since death came at six and twenty to He held out both hands, I grasped them in the commissary department or even a confi- solve the problem after it own fashion. A mine. For a long timo we remained moprodigious and unfailing momory, an almost tionless. I could not speak, in what words dential clerkship, after the timely and incredible facility for acquiring and assimiresignation of his predecessor. could I address him after my long silence! A private interview with tho governor of lating knowlodgo, were combined with ono And I saw that ho was dying. of tho strongest and most original minds I Telma is said to hae wrought even greater His hold relaxed at last. Tha doctor had He took, witbont have ever come across. miracles. A sick convict was permitted to appreciable disappeared and we wero alone. It every honor that Ox- silently who spoke first "You never beeffort, get still enough to justify his removal in a was he has to offer, and be took them with abperforated cofiln, which, at the cemetery ford indifference. lieved ma about Lucy, Frank," he said, look, Knowledge, and always ing at me. gate, was deftly exchanged for a less airy, solute but also less heavy casket. The relatives more of the knowlodgo that bo acquired "Don't speak of it," I cried. "I know that of the deceased managed tho rest of tho with such oaso, seemed all that ho desired. I was He read for hours, not as the bookworm you wrong, utterly wrong. I want to toll programme. During the prevalence of a that Novar mind the rat" convenient epidemis another governor took reads, or the ordinary student, but with a "On the contrary I mind it very much," I religious, devouring curiodty, an insatiit upon himself to detail ono of his convicts able craving, until in ono "I suspected at ho said, in a feeble voice. direction or anfor duty in the role of a "special assistant tho time who was nt tho bottom of Lucy's physician," and soon afterward was obliged other he reached the final limit and facod disappearance, but I could never bring it to report that his brevet doctor had abused tho blank beyond. At su:h times, as I homo to him. I could never coino upon a his confidence by taking a prescription of learned to know, he Ml into a despondency trace of her until a few weeks ago, when I bis own a rather llboral doss of fresh air. that lasted sometimes for days; then rousing taw her by chance In Paris." His oico himself he would start again on soma other Dr. Oswald in Cincinnati Enquirer. track, to arrive at the saino result His sank and ho failed a little with weakness, mind, I say, was ono of the strangest I have but in a moment he rallied and went on. JuurnuU of the Uulted Klujfdoin. met with; but it had no impulse that I ever "She was living there with some FrenchThe newspapers now published in the discovered toward original man never mind his name. I bunted her United Kingdom number 2,(X. England oven towvrd original rooearch. creation, little up and triad to persuade her to go home to claims 1,634 --Wi of these belonging to Lonher parents. He resented my luterferenco; Ho would take up some branch of science don alone; Scotland, ltti; Ireland, lC2; we foughtand here I am." and devour every book on it he could find; Wales &, and tbo various Isles, -- L Tho was that!" I cried, confounded; "it was but that done, be made no Independent effort on "It dallies reach 144 in England, Ul in Scotland, account of Lucy!" toward fresh discovery he turned to somv IS in Ireland, and 1 in the small isles 187 "Poor child, poor girl! U) murmured, in all, whilo forty years nco thero were thing else. Some spring that moves to closing his eyes. 1 radical action, tome, link common between only 14 daily papers in the whole kingdom I stood spoochless for a while. For tho U in Eng.aud, aud 2 in Ireland Within mm and life, was lacking in him; bis koul first time I reallzod Malot's part in tho duel dwelt solitary and apart, thirsting, drink- of which the doctor had spokou. In face of these forty years tho news aper press has almost quadrupled, considering that in 18M ing, insatiable; only demanding incessantly his mortal malady, I had forgotten for tho there wero but 651 jounals published. Now, what no man ever yet had no, nor can moment that malady's cause. also, J, AM magazines aro published in tho have ever until the end of time. "Weill" he said at last, as I did not speak. He bad few acquaintances at Oxford, and year, and 3U7 of theso aro of distinctly re''Good heavens, Ambrosal" I slid, "you no intimate friend but myself. Sometimes ligious tendency. Chicago Herald. last man, yes, tho hut man, In the he would come to my rooms and silently are the should have thought would fight a watching me as I plodded on at my reading. world I Innocuous Tats for tho Dyspeptic. My vocation had early been fixed, and I duel" A h!;h fuithority mentions that tea may Ho smiled a little. "Why not!" ho said. bo rendered innocuous to tho dyspeptic by the never wavered in my cboloe; I had naver "I had no intention of killing the poor adding of a pinch of bicarbonate of soda to any idea but that of entering tbo church. wretch who challenged mo; ho was safo Malet would sit smoking and watching me the tea that is to be infused. Ulsxperi-monenough from ma." shown that ten grains of bicar- iu silence. Not unfrequently we took long havo I began. "But the sin of walks together. bonate of soda added to an ouncj of dry "Ob, the sin of it the sin of it," ho said. Sometimes our walk would begin and en 1 tea just bforo infusion "almost entirely reFrank," ho went on, raising bis in almost total silence. At other timet bis "Sit down,looking moves tt retarding influence upon digesat me with a smile by the flow of conversation was almost unceasing; head and tion." Tftis will be good news to the lover dim light of the candle, "So you're a parof "tho cup that cheers" who has been obliged and I have not yet met the man who can son now, a priest I supposa you would call to give up bis favorite beverage. Tho tea talk as Malet did when the mood was upon yourself, and you are going to save man's will be found somewhat darker than that him. I would not, It I could, try to repro-dsouls. Well, you'll do a world of good, old e those talks. What withered and scant infus-x- l in the ordinary way. New York less weeds are those that would fain represent fellow, on) way or another. I know so much Commercial- - Ad vei User. tho radiant bower of last year's garden? He of you." "Move His head fell tack on the pillow. was tometimoa gay, more often serious. He of Stago Jewelry. The Manufacture the light, will your ho said. "Thero is was no orthodox belivr; his unortbodoxy An Englishman; writing about the stags uotbing to do, and it hurts my oyea, We In Franco, says; ' 8tago Jewelry now Is a shocked me at first; he saw it, and while don't need a candle to talk by." xuver hiding Ms opinions, was careful to regular manufacture, and. though many I rose and set the candle on a deal table actresses wear real diamonds, it need not bo avoid shocking me again. But all his views in the passage outside. The door stood ajar; said that the mimic stones are more effect- of th conduct of life weresimplo, pure, and only a thread of light fell through tho openive. Sham furniture looks more like furul-tur- e noble, I have never mst purer or nobler; ing. But though tho moon was on the on the stige than the finost that could and I can trace tkalr offset on my own other side of the house it suffused whiteness be ordered. It would tako too long to ex- mind to this day. Out be had planned no tilled the room, and through tho open casepound this, but in Illustration it may bo future career; the hopes and ambitions of ment its light could be seen falling on a be sold that at the theatre Francais there is other man seemed to have no meaning for hill that, rising just behind th Something, I say, was wanting in a property clock fcr, a boudoir, elegantly him. tonrt hotel garden, defined its summit against tha him, link, that reconciles common hu, and painted and made of papier-machepale summer heavens. I took my place which cost 500 francs or tOO francs." Ex- manity to life, that binds society together, again beslda Malet' bed. I could soe his helps tha eternal duty of man to man. that change. A tender heart, an endless craving, a toll, face plainly in the twilight as ho lay with it turned toward tha window, his eyes tary soul; suoh was Ambrose Malet. Something for the Tender-Heartefixed on tho sky. For a long time ha I remember his face raised ono winto Perhaps few young women will care to night to the frozen starlit sky. "One day was silent Ha spoke again, quite suddenly. wear bumming birds and other birds of deleet tireata icate plumage after knowing that, in order tiL8BPLE-l-- l 3101118, uiaJe mlieriblo by that CiTARKU C0nu,Dlin sua Prlte 60c. that the colors might bo preaorvod, the vio-ti- terrlbl rough, Shlloh'ftCur- - N tu s. cured b Sblloh's Cswrrb lUwedr. lor bad to bo skinned olive. Chicago Jour- - you. ., CM. L. Ikaine. m, L. oouruva, ui me. fresh-looking Stanford, Ky SUPPLEMENT. "cross-timbers- s com-puls- le -t- iforo than thirty years ago I was making a fortnight's tour in Belgium. I had lately been ordained to a curacy, and was taking my first holiday. I was a young fellow in those days, holding serious views of life, and though young for my years, had the fullest seme of the dignity, no less than tho rceponsibilitloi, of the Mcred profession I had lately ontcred. To do right mysslf, and to sot everybody else right, seemed to me tho most Important thing in life; and tho first part of the preposition, at any rate, is not a bad formula for a man to start with on his life's career. I had set out on my travels alone, and plunging at once into some of the more picturesque Belgian scenery, found myself on the evnlng of the third day, supping in tho big hotel of a little village lying among tho hills and woods. I was tupping alone at the end of a long table of an empty salle a manger when a young man entered, aud calling for cotfee nnd cognac, sat down In the circle of light just cpposlto to me. IIo nun man of about 30, with a pleasant and remarknbly clever faco, nnd, presently falling into conversation with him, I discovered Ho was a native bo was tbo village doctor. of the place, ablo to give mo information, of which I was in need, concerning tho surrounding country; and we were engaged in talking, with my traveling map spread on the table betnreen us, when a waiter entered and addrossed a fow words to my companion in a low voice. "Excuse me for a moment," ho said, turning to me courteously, "there is a sick man who requires my attendance. I shall not be gone many minutes." In less than a quarter of an hour he returned, and sat down opposite to me again; but he did not at once resume our conversation. He sat with his hands chupod behind his head, gazing before him in silence "A sad case," he said at last, letting hi hands fall to bh side; "a lifo thrown away. A youug fella r wounded mortally in a duel, and brought in here yesterday to die. All the doctors in Europe could not save him. He won't live through the night." "In a duoll" I said, surprised. Such things, so far, bad lain outside tho rango of my experience, "Yes, with some Frenchman. They had come here across the frontier. Such affairs are not uncommon hereabout, but they rarely terminate fatally. The other fellow has made off. This one, by tho byo, is a countryman of yours. Stay, I have his name kome whore." He fumbled in his pocket for a notebook. and abstracting a card, handed it to me across the table. I road tbo name; I lot tho card drop. "Good Godl" I said. "Ambroso Malet." "Do you know hlmf said tho doctor. "I know the name it may be another man," I answered, in profound agitation. d "Is he young a big, man, with marked features, a large nose, dull brown hair lying straight across his forehead, nnd the kindest, the most genial smile imaginup-stailoose-limbe- we shall know," he said; "yee we shall know we shall know." "You believe in the mortality of the soul, Ambrose!" I said. "How do you reconcile that with your other opinions!" "On no logical grounds," ha answered one more effort, though what It cost me I could not say. It was a moment surely for angel's tongues to plead, and on my tongua tha word swuned to weigh like lead. "Lucy," I said, "surely, Mr. Malot's JvooWoVQhejft,, ft ' VSKTk ( ' ipiirJLVVr best" "Don't!" she sai4 very sharply, turning from in a "At least promise mo," I said, laying a dotalning hand on her shoulder, "that for hi sake, as for your own, your life sbatl houceforward bo dlfforont" Sho turned suddenly, and sotting my hand without looking at mo, wrung it with a convulsive sob. Tho noxt momont sho had disappeared In tho mist. Whlthr did sho go! Alas, I havo never o known. But, visiting iu after years Malot's grave, I fouud laid on it a fnMh wreath of immortelles. A stranger bad pasted and loft it thore, I was told. Temp'o Bar. Am-brols- wish- -" N. BID ri,ATT, CITY LODGINGHOUSEDISCOMFORT. Trouble with the Serviinti A 3Iuu With- L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. Tllie ORKAT out n Hreakfatt Ilelploss. Thoro Is ono elemont usually wanting to your comiort In a lolglng-housIn Now York. Broakfast is a ditllcult subject, and a man Is a helpless being until he has had breakfast You can not at all rely on tho resources of a lodglng-housat this point Tbo truth Is that tho business of keeping bacholors alivo In this city is in a period of boarding-house- s Tho transition. havo besn oUtudonod by ninny of them tor lodgings, but tho proprietors of those bouses have not yet learned bow to tako caro of their charge. In I.ondm a vory largo part of tho imputation havo from time Immouorial taken care of lodgors, and notwithstanding the abuse heaped upon tbls clos of erous thoy are uiually very decent coplo, aud they succeed in giving you bacon and eggs, or sole, with good tea. Thore is a bell, and It Is nnswerod by a young woman, who Is always civil, and Is sometimes attractive, Sho Is now and then extremely pretty, but, no matter bow pretty she is, you may send her out for a of beer. After tbo bulUlotln: you undergo in an American establishment of the kind, the civil and good nature of theso persons are most grateful Tho prettiest of them I ever saw would answer my bull half ado-e- n times in a morning without looks. I onco rang for a fork which sho had forgotten; sho quickly returnod with it and laid it down, with the remark. "Mr 'ead'll novor learn to save tny 'eels." But this is not at nil the condition o. things In New York. Tho lolglng-lion-proprioto. in most cav rofusi to give you breakfast at nlL If it It given you it is usually intolerable, the bread, butter, cggn, milk, and coffee, being nil bad. But in tbo acquisition of this breakfast, such as it is, tho lodgor will encounter difficulties. Tbo theoretical intentions of the landlord or landlady are thwarted by tha obstructions thrown in the way by tbesorvnnta, tbo tactics of Mr l'amoll U Imitated by bis countrywomen to good purpose. It is dllllcult to find out whoso business it is to look nf tor you; you are referred by ou domestic to another. Tho Commas are just as bad o very unlike tha kind, m rvlceablo eoplo of the fatherland. But, huwovtr, well disposed the domestic may bt, it is often dllllcult to communicate with thorn. 1 ha room has no bull or if tLoru Is ono it doe uot not work. But It thero is n boll, and It is In good order, it may ro ulro tome hardihood to ring it It It becomes uocevar) to establish some kind of communication with tho domestic your osltion Is, In leod, a holpl ss one, they ap'uar to bo as Jealously lecluded as the oocupnnt of au Oriental barom. ecosary to a And yet It is quite and decent oxLitenro that you should uot bo coni'xdlod to go out of th housj tor your breakfast It may bo very well to go out now and then. Ou warm aud bright da) s it is occasionally amusing But to breakfast at a club or a rectaurnut what can bo nioio unpleasant than to bo required to faco a blizzard ou au empty stomach. Or it may bo that tha day opens with ouo of thoso heavy and steady downpours which oj-- cbaracterUtio of this climate. Tho dark ami dripping world ha) n, mournfully: "Thou hast no breakfast" Now York Times. o o any-baco coin-fortab- ox-o- THROUGH TItUNIC LINE TO Ti- SOUTH & WEST WITH l- Pullman Palaoe Sleepers, LoiilHvllIe tO l V ftltMllTllU', Atlanta, MciiipliiV AIoiilKonicry, Mobile Hud Not liittlu Itovk, OrlCHMN. Only one change to points In Arkansas and Toxas. EMIGRANTS Srtklrg uouiMim tbaJInoo'thls rati will rsralfa tttlal rates. Ajf nti of this Cotnrnr (or reutat Ac, or writ C. P. ITMOIU; rt, O. P. AT. ., LouIitIIU, Ky O. & M. OHIO 4 MISSISSIPPI Una aoJ old froiu I W Tbedlrrct through tiubllihfd reuti Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and all point in tbe West. Two (?) Di'.It Trains from Loulirlllc to St Louis. Th-- a (S) Dslly Trilni from Cloilnnstl KM. Louis. Onlrftioum from UulMlllt ini. uouis. nd ClaclnniU Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a ThrouKh Slooplng Car Prow Ctncloitl loSl. Louis. pbysical-geographi-call- y "I" m rZV. '. t' LVJ" broush from Loul.-il- l. sod Cincinnati to .St Laul, tllullir route. Mot nisJe upofacoubtDitlon ofitutll rotdt. The Obis olrrln- - A w.uuu JUIIwst runs on nlfht urMltilflppl tnlnt; f.uiorUn Palatial rr. UNION I,f tba 0. A M. iroblrtame trioi fers othr rouUt. Tha Ohio A Mll..r,, KaUwar Is tha onlr tin Ulwrn cinclnnill ao. Hi, Louis unjfr on runnlnc all Iu trains throufb solid and la nc li recoKDlirJ Ftrst-Cli- ti Itouu to twpn tBOM CltlM. dlTe-fl- I)nr!vLtl?tc.,int"l,ol,, wllb Hoc. I!IIwa, tbuiaroiJItif by "; i.mssai oa all iralM, inj alettes utTi, con-oi- Apply to tick! Aetata of coooaetln,- - IIdm lor lull particulars as to tlma. mips, circulars or any dnlrnl Infoftustlon, or wrlta to ItOBT II KOUMAN, t O. A M. ll'y, Hotr-rw- t. ,TT-- . Ky. rat, , rVes. and Oeq'l Mn"-r- Citittuujtl, 0. Oeo, I'au. Ai;t, well-greas- An hour later I went through the front door of the hotel, and out into tho courtyard to breathe tbo morning air. The night liad boon a t rrlble one to me; I did not, until afterward, know bow terrible aud poignant No, only in after years I came to understand jtvhat scales of had fallen from my oyes, and that, from that day forward, I was a cbangnd man. I went out into the court-yard- , looking up at tho morning sky, whttch bud the pathos of tho light that dawns after ouo whom wo love has died, As I croswd tho court yard on my way to the gates that shut it in from tho road ono of th;m was pubed bock and u woman camo toward ma Sho woro a vail that concealed her face, but, hoeing mo, she started, and by a sudden impulse, I threw it back. Then I saw who she e, was. "Lucyl" I said. The Llood rushed to her faco, then it. It was a lovely face still, though strangely altered since I had last seen it Sho stared at mo uncertainly for a mofor-too- k ment "I didn't expo t to mcot you, sir," sho said at last "I came to ask after Mr. Malet Can you tell mo how ho Is." "Ho is dead," I answered. d Dy Man Caught nt Last. traits about thaw said ally man tho other day, "is the fact that they net or dlo of old ago. Some MVontocn years ago a couple of us wero working a Great Western train, and we beat a Frenchman out of 15 on tho threo card monte racket no a.s a littlo, old, wilted up specimen, soomlng to bo 11 of 75 years old, and he didn't got tho game through his head until wo JumpM tho train at a small station. Tho other day I was coming to Detroit from tho oast, and when the train stopped at St Thomas I got out to stretch my legs. I had scarcely touched tha platform when somebody grasped mo and a voice cried outs " 'He is darfnaant Ho bait mo out of foef-tee- n dotlalro!' "I looked around to find that samo old Frenchman hanging to my ana 1 couldn't soo that be had changed 'n particle in looks oi" grown nldur by a day. " 'I want me foef teen dollalrel ho shouted as he danced around, 'bit man ho throw one two throe caards 'and he taako inc feofteo dollairo and koopl' "l tried to brass it out, but it was no go, and the result was that I had to fork ovui tbo money. He stood thore as tho train moved otf, and, shaking his fist at me he shouted: " 'Ah! I forgot! You doan't pay mo no 'nteros' on zbat feefteen dollairo for seventeen yaares' I see you again mabbo seventeen yaares more.' "Detroit Free Press. A KENTUCKY "One of tho curious CENTRAL 1. 1 French-Canadians- "filticsGrafwi ItotHe." 8hortest and Quickest Bonto-froOaa tral Kentucky to all PoinU North, Eut, West and Southwest. Uetweca Fut Una LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Bcbedule In Effect Oct. South-D- II, It 83. o d. Ho, Ex. Hun. t No.l." Ex. 8un. 2 00 1 4 B i Pally Lts. CoTlneton... " Kalraoula..... " Cjnthlana..Ju -- ! A.7' f1." art, " " " L-- i'n....... '.. WlncbeaUr Rowland a. Leilntion......l Wcbmond..... LanctJUr,.... f 10 sTm 8 10 pen 9 S3 a n i St pm 02 a to 10 !9 pu anil tl OOpni 7 (, m II 41 tit n 87 p m tl pu pm 15 0 17 12 SO imll piu.ll .. cd 0 pto ... . 8 IS Arr, " Lirlngston...., Rra... Utctituuuj...., I sn p No. 6 J pui 00pm) pm 00 am 11 8 6 7 pm pm 29 pta 10pm 28 pr OS 1.55: No. lu 8 Norru-BocN- No, I Lt. f.lrlDnton.. " Barca... Arr. IticamonJ 8 00 a in U it" u tree-cover- She gave a cry aud dropp.-- down on a b;nch by which wo wero hlandlng. For a long time she did not say a word, nor after that cry utter a sound Sho sat with her hands clasped round her kueest, gazing fixedly before bar. A look of lndescrlbablo dreariness, rather thun of trie, gradually A for .mo, who shall overspread her face. nay what emotions I felt! I hod once lovod tbs girl yos, I had loved ktn. and up in yondor room lay tie man whoso death sho bad caused. At last she spoke. "I wanted to see Mr. Malet again," she said, In a low voice, witliout looking up. "I followed them; they did not know it Can't I see him now!" She rose as sho spoko, but, before I could answer, dropped on to the soatjsgaln. "No, I couldn't," she said. "I never saw any one dead yet I oouldn'tga" "Lucy," I said, "Mr. Msiea loft a message for you. He bade me entreat you to go back to your parents. He had written to them, be said. You will have io difficulty with tham." Again she sat silent, gazing drearily before her. "Mr. Malet said the same to mo," she said at hut "Of course be oouidn'nt understand. It's not only father aud mother, it would be the neighbor, tho wtiolo life no, I can never go home again noverl'' She rose as she spoke, pulUhV down bar veil and drawing her cloak tigutly round her against tha chill mornlag air. 1 madu cu,;.i ..; HMlihirrnwT Bvurue, Odd Deliulon of u Young Man. Thero is a young man more or lesi known about the town a tho profligate son of a rich father who goes on a terrible spree about twice a year. At tboso time ho has the oddest lda imaginable. Instead of seeing tho customary snakes, ho boliovoa that one of John Robinson's elephants Is trying to kill him. It is a foarfu! delusion, and tbo young fellow think tho great animal U chasing him from street to street and from place to place soeking an opportunity to crush him beneath his ponderous feet On these occasions be invariably goes to Haran's detective ajoncy and hires ono of The man goos tbo men to kill the elophant out and return In about half an hour, saying that ha has shot tbe animal Thereupon the profligate gives the detective 110 and depart with an untroubled mind, Tho bos to kill tha elephant about twico a year. Cincinnati Times-Star- . " Lancaster .... Atr. Hlchmond..., Lia, nicbaiond ......i Arr. Winchester in- Paris Lu. Lexington .. Lra Pari " Cynthlana ... " Talmouth ..... - L. KowUnd ... IHlin a ml 11 am 7 IS 05 00 1 ami am .. 4 20 20 Am o Bl o 07 8 tsfttn J 6 0 a m ItSsmtu! 7 25 a ml 2 4D o zu a m 3 so 8 S3 a m s os o 11 30 "'I 8 00 25 p mi Sj p u n in p mi p m p m s Arr. OoTlngton 9'Stin HAYAVII.K.E UKANSJII. Noaru-Doexo. liaily Dallr Ex. Sun, Ex. San. .. 8 20 a m 8 47 a m w 08 m m.1 l 08 m Wb7i7 o. Lfa CoTlniton...... " Lexington ...... ArrMlllarsburg " Paris... 725am w " " Johnson " MaytTllla (OtJTU-BOtfS- .v m "00 pm 4 20 p m pm 5 U nm fl 10 pm 7 07 pm t w pm 8 25 Dallr Dallr Ex. Sun Ex. San ., 8 45 27 7 28 7 48 8 18 g 10 (1 0. o. Whlttlrr and Ills Personal Papers. Wbittier, referring to the report that he had destroyed all bis personal letters and papers to prevent posthumous publication, writes that soma year ago he destroyed a large collection of Utters be had received, not from any regard to his own reputation, but from fear that their be unpleasant or injurious to the writers or their friends. Thoy covered period and the war much of the of tha rebellion. Chicago limes. - President Grevy hardly cares what ha wear mora than President Lincoln cared, and somewhat tha same sting may bo said of his wife. John G. anti-slaveri- Lt MayiTllla... " Jonuson Carllsl Mllleraburg APari - jxxingion -- " I COTlngton In a m 4 47 p m a m 5 is p m a m 8 10pm 80a m b am 245pm a m S 28 p m am 423pm u pa r, lCfa Notk. Trains S and 4 are dally between Lexington and Corlngton; other train an. dallr except Sunday. Direct conn cttoiu ara mado at Winchester with Thmiwalte A Ohio for Mt. Sterling. Ashland, "untlngton, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern clU tm st Inlyt n.nmnrnnm,. Kuanntealt.' Wa - M. L. nit WILL YOU BUFFER with i mplslnt: '... curejou, iur. i. In M U Kmimt ' BtillohNVli--U.rliaur.iii- l,.p,U .l I It. Cincinnati and Richmond, Vs., and Wlucbostai and Wuhinglor, D. C. Through tickets and baggage chocked to any destination reached by railroad. 8. P. II. S10KSE, W. 11 . WHITTLESEY. Agent, Trar. Pan. Agent, 'A,LI',n'; Nm '."-- d runrla Winchester Solid Tralna, with Pullman Slooplng Cars belwee . 1 i. c. w.smitm 0niral Manager a, ... bu.i,.!, (Ian. pm A? it. . .'j- vr amtift o ml A 1 1 Tj Prof Rucker, of Georgetown, and Mrs. auction In Stan- pound Higgins, were to be married last night, we rANKRTOCK.-I- wl day, G Mlat of snares stock In the Aioru, junecourt May 7, 1886 of Wool at highest market-priStanford, Ky., lesrn from a ladv who arrived from there Farmers National Rank or that place TllOUAS 0. for cssb. . .KWPI, DlBIHOrU. (121-lyesterday. A, T. Nunneller. UubIdoub Managor. B. O. WALTON. -- Miss Lucy Horinc, if Kentucky, is MuRobeiits & Btacio hare started their suing Nathan HarreUon at Kansas City for Sods Fountain and is ai iood as ever I, AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. $25,000 for breach of promise. She Is but made. 22 while the fronts of 80 winters have fall- I will dell -- .,..Mall train going North- vr Ice to regular customers In Stanford 13 15 p. x. " South Wn will receive to day a very nice and Tlclnlty every morning at en upon his white head, but he has got the . Houth...... lSJa.u, EarreastrMn" fans nnd paraol. OffBley A spondulicks and that is why Mies Horine's ............ 2 03 A.m. " Horn One Cent Pound. affections nro sn sensitive. Account! Jue t tho close of each month, or Bolat theatre la calculated on standard lline. wbcucustouiirrjults. " about 20 tnlDUlM las tor, Tiiomw. We have a lot of trunks on 122-- tf DEATHS. ii.k. n a it no if. Trimmed nnd Itcndy for Use, af hand that we will fell ri greatly reduced IGC4I NOTICES. Mr.T.Q.Cirter, late of Rockcastle, price. Owtley A Craig, PLANOS FOR SALE. died at his home at Rowland, Tuesday, of LAKOKKTii'ti (Inriien needs nt McKobo'ts Mil. Vacout, the man cut sometime ago InlUmmatory rheumatism and softening of Onenjuaro Piano, In a good state of preservaLan.)UI.tu'h garden need in bulk and by Hi Singleton in a drunken row at Kings the brain, aged 00. Ho was a member of tion, for $75; one excellent Square, ptlco (100; ono & McAllster's. Mountain, died Wednesday from the ef the Christian church, and h tnoet deferr- Upright, nearly new, S17S; one largo Square Pipackage at Penny . For Information call at this office or Watch eh and Jewelry repaired on shor fect" of his wound. ing man. A wife and one son survive ano, ( oollce and warranted by I'enny A McAlls Kid. J B Gibson preached the fu- tee Sir. 8. 8. Myers, Stanford. 121-J. T. Harris' man, Schneider, who bar him. er. Jim. H. C. TIIVKUEAHT. 10 o'clock Wednesday. Bor the Ha Hog gained to take his rettaurant, lias failed to neral sermon at al and only nonulnc, from Penny &MoAl enter his appearance and the trado is off. G. RELIGIOUS. HEMMING latest Mr. Harris can still be found at the old stock of A COMM.ETT. HILLOIVKMontgomery will preach at the Eld. J. ityle. Rock ford waUhcs a ipecialty. Pen- stand. ph.t.tUnri,...,.! i ... oifljfty afternoon at Prlvnto PhrcnoloLlcnl Exnmluntlons ny A McYIIster. My warehouse is complete and is stock- A o'clock, For a few day, it :tb Porlman House, Stanford, ed full of buggies nnd machinery. All I PERSONAL. The now Methodist church at Win- commencing May 12th. Hours of attendance from from those who wish to buy is a call chester will be ix ak dedicated next Sunday. An iu u 60 anu t to o. ierms for private comulta- cents. tlon, 121--- Col RoncRT Boyd, of London, Is before doing so. I. Mao Bruce. " effort will be made to have all the old pas!.. here. In order that our patron may not suffer tors since 1850 present on the occasion. a STRAYED OR STOLEN. Mil. J. C. Jacksox. of London, Rev. II. C Morrison, of Covington, is for reading matter by reason of the pres of here Tuesday. advertisements In this paper, we send out a holding a protracted meetng at the MethA Gray Saddle Horse, Mn. D C. Alun ha? gone West to supplement half aslarge as the regular is- odist church, South, at Fleminsburg, and Sixteen bands blgb. A liberal reward will be grow up with the country. bis had 25 additions up to Thursday night. given for Information leadlog to his whereabouts. sue. Mn. 8. M. Wimiitk Is in Monticello Keotackiao. i. m aoxTaosiEiiY, Leo Broken. James Light, a on a -- lilt to his mother. Crab Orchard, Ky. The meeting at the Presbyterian church lalt- of Mr. II. P. Young, was kicked by a Mim Alice IIamton has been cloied Thursday night with 13 additions. horse while driving a wagon, this ing Mis Ollie Parrott in Madison. Riv. Dr. No il is a speaker of rare force and Cait. J. II. Bailey and wife hae week and had his leg broken just above the ability and msde many friends during his roaankle. taken rooms at Mr. W. F. McKinney's. scjourn in our midst. Winchester Dem- Wm. Doering & Co.'s Moweri, BindMiw. W. O. Welch returned Tuesday Tux Hanging Fork A Green River ocrat. er: and Reapers, from a visit of several days at Louisville. lurnpike declared a dividend 01 $.80 per LAND. STOCK ANO CROP Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Charley Cox U now a bold drummer share of $50. This beats any in the county. lU-4boy. He represents a Louisville stove and Perhaps it is because J. Walker Glvsos is O. C. Glvens sold to Pony Baz1ey a 3 tin house. president. year old gelding for $185. -Mn. R L. Bosley, who is with his Crlt Eubanks sold to Took Hubble Born, near Fowler City, Kansas, on the brother on the Winchester Sun, Is visiting 30th Desiring to change my residence, I offer for sat ult., to Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hutchi- two mare mule colts at $70 and $75. his parents. The types made us say that the Louisgirl My Beautiful Suburban Home, son, late of this county, a Judge T. W. Vaiison has gone to baby, which has been duly named Jessie ville races begin on the 4th Instead of the With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mile west of Frankfort to show the Imbecile Legislature 14th. Lancaster. Tbs bouve Is good, so ara the outFlorence Hutchison. J. L. Cegar, of Midway, has purchased houses; there Is a good orchard, Ac. Terms enual how to adjourn. to cash. Address me at Lancaster, Lock Box 30. Good Neither Mr. R. H. Fleasints, several hundred acres of growing wheat In Rev. Johh E. Patrick, of Jackson, lt n. It. was here hero a few days this week, a guest of this county, 8 1 years, nor any one of his Wolford county at 72c to 75c per bnshel. A number of contract for July lambs five sons, the youngest of whom is 22, has of Miss Rose Richards. ! Mn. W. B. MoRoiiEnTS is attending ever used whisky or tobacco in any form. are being made in Clark at 4 cents, which I offer for sale my Farm ol MOO Acre it, situseems to be the prevailing price all over the State Pharmaceutical Association in They will probably be centenarians. ated near Walnut Flat, Lincoln count, on the the State. Htanford A Crab Orchard plk, 4 miles from titan-for- d seesion at Bowling Often. and 6 The interesting artiele on the Danville Medium grease wool is quoted in Lou- In excellentmiles from Crab Orchard. The land Is MlM Rachel AllimW, of George condition, an abundance of water, her sister Mrs. and Crab Orchard Turnpike in this issue isville at 22c; black, 15017c; Kentucky fencing good, spacious lrn and sheds, Implement, town, arrived on a visit to house, Ac. new, built was written by Rev. S. S. McRoberts, who burry, 12()15; Southern burry, 1014c; Comfortable saturate, all SO acres In la 1844 and 'S3. dwelllnc. hMt. 40 r Stephen Burch yesterday. In oats and sowed to timothy and clover, 30 acre is nearly SO year of age and has been secwool, 2S32c. BoaiNKKi being dull in his line here, or com: rsmainacr in crass. Terms ana price retary of the company for almost 40 years. L,. II. PItXOIl, Htanford. Eoright, the great son of Enquirer, reasonable. (114-Mr. Frank Allison has gone to Frankfort entered in races worth $60,000, broke comof several months. to take a job The McCormlck Harvesting Machine Woolen Mills. Mn. and Mrs Breckisridok Jones, Company present many testimonials on our pletely down while exercising at Louisville, The of St. Lonls, arrived Wednesday and will first psge to prove that its machinery ia all this week, and had to be retired from the turf. Highest Market Trice Tald for Wool. spend a week at Mr. John M. fold's. that Is claimed for it. Read them and conOn the 1st of May, this year, tho cotB. Owens hai been notified by Capt. sult with Wearen A Menefee, the local J. ton crop of the South was reported to be We are now prepared to manuf-ctu- re wool for 8. M Boone, Secretary, of his unanimous agents, if you need a machine this season. In better condition than for the correspond farmarslntbe best manner. Aiwa shall make a specialty of CUdTOU WORE thlasAUon, we Pu-U- .kl election as one of the directors of the solicit wool to tw made Into Blankets, Mw. J. W. Cook, of the Willow Grove lug period of any year since 1800. The Jeans, Llnteys, Stocking Yarn, Flannels. Bolls. Fair. condisugar crop, likewise, is in splendid Ac, Ac Wo will keep constantly on band a stock of goods which we wlfl exchange for wool on fa- Mr. A. Anderson, our faithful Dan- neighborhood, has in her possession a piece tion. of money that has been in her family since The State Beard of Health has official- vorame terms wool bought at the market price. ville scribe, was In to sea us Tuesday. He Prices for manufacturing when wool la furnisha who never lGOtl, or for 100 yeara and the children of ly declared that no long- ed are aa follows.- - Carding and spinning, ICMe; is one of the few correspondents Carding and Spinning, doubling and twisting, 2uc; the families of several generations have er exists in Kentucky, It ha also declared Carding, spinning add wearing disappoints. Jeans, 25c Mr. J. I. McKwney has been ap- used the identical dollar inii.i cutting teeth. a quarantine against the importation into Carding, spinning and wearing whits Unsejr, 15c B. XATTIXGLV, JPro'r. pointed depot agent at Bardstown and will It is said that potato bugs make tho best Kentucky of cattle from Europe and the wife to that fish bate that can be secured. Anglers States of New York, Connecticut, PennsylA NEW remove with his accomplished vania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, in a few days. place can make a note of this and in securing Buggy & Implement House. Mim Lola McKinney invited a num- their bate help to rid us of a large and grow- Virginia and the District of Columbia. gentlemen to meet ing army that threatens to work disastrous In 1850 there were in round numbers ber of young ladies and I wl'l In a lew dajs open a Miss Maggie Chenault, of Mt. Sterling, at results with the tubers, judging from its about 17,778,000 head of cattle in the Unither home last evening. ed States. Ten year later this number Full Lino of Agricultural Impleearly appearance. MtF3 BresiE Harris, daughter of Mr had been Increased to 25,020,000. In 1870 ments, Bills have been introduced in Congress there was a slight falling off, the number H. T. Harris, has a creditable poem in a, Rock-castl- e With the reliable WalUtr A. Wol Harvesting recent issue of the Courier Journal, which for the relief of W. A. Herrln, of counted being only 23.820.000. The loss Machines at the head. Alio a county; for the relief of Sarah Biugh- - was more than made good, however, in we will reproduce next week. MERCHANT 1AILOR. Mr Montrose Graham writes us tan's heirs; for the benefit of W, S. Warren, 1SS0, when there was found to bo in the Full Line ot Buggies and Wagons from Vernon. Wllburger county, Texas, of Lincoln county; and for the relief of W. country not less than 34.925,000 head of Alwaja on band. Id connection with my Im1 haro rccetred and still recelTing plement business, I will also carry a that he has taken up some fine school land G. Dunn, administrator of Cooper Dunn, cattle. The number is now estimated at fine deceased, late of Garrard county. there at $2 per acre and luOated, with Complcto Stock of Lumber, about 45,000.000. Louisville tobacco quotations furnish Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as prospects. It took 15 ballots in the Henderson City Comprising the best In tho market, which will be Mr J. B. Dunlaf, who used to be Council to elect a street lamp lighter, the J by Glover A Durrett, Louisville WareLow tan any oue. our Dinvllle correspondent, has located at mayor finally breaking the tie. Our Council house: The market this week has been Qotton Up in Style and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or Country. Loe Angeles, Ca)., for the practice of his will hardly experience a like difficulty. very regular on hurley tobacco, there being solicit a share of your patronage Respectfully, Give Mo a Trial. a note from him of a The main trouble with it seem to be to get no change in value. Offering have been profession, law. In I. X. BltVCE. r. :erecent date, he promised to give our read- lamps to light. Bat largo bodies move remarkably small and have embraced comzETO-?c-ers the benefit of a pen picture of the coun- slowly and we should not become discour- paratively few hhds. of good tobacco. Low grades of colory tobacco havo been sustaintry and its attractions at an early day. aged. Job F. Waters. Thomas 1). Bihkt. ed at the advance of a week ago. Sales for -- Cot. A. M. Swore was to lecture at to announce to his la The Notice. I have purchased of Mr, J. E. the week 2,700 hhds. Receipts for the readerseditor Norn D. Plume, who wrot failthat -- Paris last week, bat the Xcvt says ho dead. The Bruce his outfit, including a number of week 1,350 hhds. Sales since Jan. let Ur-- a mnnl- lunnj adrertlaomenu. is this column r- iald him lor wrltlne ed to come because of an alarming sore on good horres and buggies and will continue so UcdI eg ol the brain and he died of 50,000 hhds. These figure fairly repre- brought on his left 'ore arm caused by the bite ot a too mucn Bcsarirjws. Dark Dr. Bourne Is determined, however, to glrebU poisonous insect, whilst camping on the to do business at the same stand, I intend sent our market for new burley: customer the benefit of this large salary In prices. s livery, feed, trash 2 to ruins of Jericho, in Syria, in the valley of running it as a 3; colory trash 3 to 4; com-mo- n Beside selling breaking and training i stable. Will take lugs, not colory, 4 to 5; colory lug 5 Jlttftci'nra, Fancy Articlt, Toilet Goods, Ju-st'- c the river Jordan. Friday morning he euf feed at the highest marpain in his arm, and his pulee all kinds of horse fercd intense to 7; common leaf, not colory, 5 to 8; MerehandiM, Spectacles, Instruments, ket price. 1 will also continue the business good leaf 8J to 13; fine leaf 13 to 15; select Come with the tide to us for- Jcvxlry, Bolls, Lamps, Fishing laclU. Raran a high aa 150. He is much alarmed First-clasrig can be obat my old stand. zors, bpongts, Knives, Ihper, Jilank Books, Candies, wrappery tobacco 13 to 18. for fear blood poisoning will ensue. Sug.v, Cofleo, Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Miz lianannas. tained at either stable. A. T. Nnnnelley. " MEsf ""4"tW Flour, Meal, T5m Oranges, ! cd Faints, Brushes, Varnishes Bacon, Lard, PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. LOCAL MATTER. Lemons, Butter, Eggs, Dates, rigs, Haheab Conrua Judge Finley ha orDrug titore, all of Everything kept In a Potatoes ltalslns, Our agent say a stock train will be Garden seeds at T. R. Walton's. which Is new, fresh and superior, be has on MaekereJ. dered Jailer T. D, Newland to bring before Irtseries, hand a tloxcn Bachelors, and will furnish Srtjae. put on this branch about the 10th. Jelly, any good looking lady who deals with him with him at Williamsburg the men he has for Molasses, Water A Raney's." "Cream" Flour at Cocoa, The new bridge from the Richmond choice or the lou Watoh this column for list of Cheese, Iseafe keeping, Israel and John Napier, Clores, names, or call at ftVi)y2tL Onto... -, Goods, ifc sjaa-g- w k -Butter, Pork Gsrman milltt at Melcalf A Fos- rael, William and Walter Minyard, John pike across to New Hope church is com- Bourne's New Drug and I Book Store, Canned Apple, ;:? y Pine - T pleted. Spice, ter's. Day and Jamee Rice, all charged with the iionilnj, Cinnamon, J "Elic" Ely wants to strike the man Beans, Cakes, 8ek Wearen A Menefee before selling murder of Solomon Buckhart and the who "listed" him (as a striker) in last Kraat, . I'runei wounding of other of a constable's pose Sardines, your wool. t Fruit week' Jttgitler. Ilakera Chocolate' which went to arrest them for a misde u',.ed APPlf,'. Corned Beef, .Crackers, Btarch.Boap, Boda, Tobacco, Cloara. Lamn., We guarantee the Proctor Knott patent Corn planting ia about over with and Coal Oil, wueensware. Tinware, Pocket anu tsdio uuuery, Powder, Shot. i meanor in Leslie county. The men want flour. Metcalf A Foster. coming up nicelr. Oat are look CTerjthlng in the Grocery line, and also pl.lc i u'd fancy Tjirne,, VdlllE' SeeJ Polatoei-- ln to be allowed ball and as tho Judgo is ro so faris Jricues, wnirs, wagon uear, etc., etc., manufactured lor us by tho noculir firm of iv IS. Ciran A fine. Trade is rather E. H. BURNSIDE, wvu. u a f uii.iL-i- ; moiuj ucsuiyuiui .lui.ii, j.eiuemuer mat we buy and sell Just Heavy rains havb fallen In this locality liberal in such matters they think they ing well and grass ia aa low buiiiiii as any firm possibly can, unless they carry on business for pleasure-a- nd that l. . dull at present. to reiterate, empnauxs have a sure thing. during tho lait two days. the "Well - Known sirs especiallyentire aaU.fsctlon, alwaysana Impreis upon good. anywhVre'ln intelllsent mlhiimil w A meeting of the A. R. Presbytery This Old and dellrer ill Ouahanikh or Stanford or our suburban city of Itatctmul. ll'ATEJtSOilliXKV vol Still Maintains ita Murder, At Lily, in Laurel county, will be held here commencing Friday, 7(b, We are selling goods at cost now. Come J. NEWTON CRAIQ, Jr., Salo.mon. High Constable George Tetters was shot and and closing on Sunday, 9:h Inst. If the and see ua Melcalf A Foster. AND fatally wouuded by Thomas Disney, a no- attendance reaches 50 or more a special on Lancaster street A 8MAIJ. etore-rootorious moonshiner from Corbin. Disney, rate of one cent per mile will be given by It Proprietor ii Determined that near Main, for rent. W, P. Walton. in company with one Gibson, visited tho K. C. to all persona showing certificates it Shall be rfeoond to no Country Hotel in the State in ita Fare, One Cent Send your name on a postal Sparks' saloon at Lily. After getting in- of attendance from Rev. D. O. Mills. Appointments', or AttenLouiayillo, toxicated, Disney, from some trival cause, Jennings, of Lancaster, Misa Lfczle card to Shnrpe A Middleton, v i tion to Comfort of copy of the handsomest took oiTenee at Tetters, drew n 44 calibre who has been visiting Miss Nannie Slaven Ky., and obtain a their Questi. illustrated Dry Goods Cttalogue ever given rovolver and fired, the ball taking effect the past week, returned home Tuesday. in Tettera' right breast, coming out at the Miss Nellie Vantls, from Lower Garrard, HaKUage 11 be conveyed to and from the fit away. free of charge. Hpeelat accommodations leftside of his back near the spine, striking is visiting her sister, Mrs. Humphrey Mar to Commercial Travelers. The liar will ADREt9. Hon. Green Clay Smith will alnajs sipplied with tae choicest keeper's wife in the arm, inflict tin. N. M. Shumate, of Mt. Vernon, acbrand or Llaaora sad Cigars. tho citiztns of Lincoln at the tho saloon address inc a fleah wound, and passed through the companied by hi wife, spent Saturday and Court House June court day at 1 o'clock JIM door. Dimey escaped Sunday at bis father's. Misa Sallie Wood, on the subject of temperance and local Orchard, returned Sunday after a H of Crab option. New comes from all over the Stato "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." visit to relatives here. g that there will be a considerable reduction pleasant Ttio Oriirliiul mill Only I wiM, have my annual Summer Opon-inBtwtrf orn(trthleiilm1tttHii be much troublo to pour maPtfr.nlil!-- . It will not I .Jt.ituillt.. t LADIES. AL mw llruc.Ut a on Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday, In the acreage of tobacco. Farmers are hl..h.fc. I.fill-l- i "uai tiftft. no oinrr. or iuto nure water around a few tomato plantseach urr.r ir return mull iMftiujujt. fr irucvir "lowest-- . May 13, M and 15. A cordial Invitation finding that the price obtained are not day, and thus make them mature much ipElt. Ma i'litrht.lrr t'hunl.nl Co.. NAME omnienauratq with the trouble attending moro rapidly and the fruit ripen several .Alb .,Jmk I'lill.l., .'.i ia given to tho ladies to cill and examine r.r "t'lilrhr wIutc. 4olil brllrimrl-l- " I--. j uio raieinof the weed. day sooner. U'r'iTuellJ" rimiru-- l 1'IIU. T.kta.ukt'. my Block. Miss Suws.de BassWy. Vanr. Germsn millet seed Menefee's. at Wearen 60,000 A MARRIAGES. axrr ADYKBTiHKmcaift. Wanted I WantkdII -- WALL PAPER ! ce ICE! ICE! ICE! Per WALLPAPER! WALL IMr,, rla Cn' PAPER! ej M'ROBERTS & STAGGr'S. A few more ''' .... J. -- I.T.S EED IRISH POTATOE S Which will be sold low, at -- son-in-la- 121-l- m tan-bar- k G. B. HAltRXS, Ag't -- T. R. WALTON 'S. A Splendid Variety of m DF"OIl. J3.31. d Wen Seed in Bull and in Papers Can be found at XO. JPAKM FOB S AXE tO-- T. R WALTON'S.. s B GROCERIES Stanford CAIEDGOOD pleuro-pneumoni- Of best kinds, at i 111-l- m T. R WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. H. C. RXTPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, 112-l- rr BOURNE! heart-brok- a. WATERS & R ANEY MAIN STREET, - - STAMFORD. --- first-clas- s first-cla- - JfcF .. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr and Hotel Reputation, iSMSlfMo 1 BHc9rayin- llK(lrT Si!ff -- riE. i. Wall Paper, l-i -1- Furniture, wSi78b Hp9Nr "jB NKYRtmP:i-- & Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as tt.p Full and Complete Stock of tho above and prices, itj B. WEAK.!?, Stanford v I ness, when "pen And paper" are o help necessary stock. But after the stock had WOW OOUQH3 AH& ORo.JP Ulft lets, not to speak of the numskull behind beeen obtained and the road laid out, an them, cudgelling what "ho is pleased to other very grave difficulty met the original call" his brain, for terms and forma of board of directors. Tne road as laid out by the engineer did not follow the course speech, that may attain the unattainable. Well; touching the first three in my cat of the old dirt road. It opened a new lane nlogue" for it only amounts to that, with- 50 feet wide on all the farms through 'Praise tha Lord. God Is Love and Noth- out the exhaustlvenesa Should bo Ucpt constantly at hand, for STCCOOTD or precision of that which it passed from Danville to Crab Oruso in emergencies of tho household. ing Else." useful document the saying hereaway Is, chard, The owners of the land did not This floe combined stallion will make Jinny a mother, startled In tho night by my that a native can "support a family" if he desire any such lane, and it required time Cltv. In neir tho ominous 6ounds of Croup, finds tho Lincoln county, onstable,Shttlby Hhlbyand Knob March 9.h, 1888 Kandy, Ceylon, City the and cfiort to securo their consent. In come has one on one "Jaok," one "broad-fruit- " Ilttlo sufferer, with red and swollen face, Lick turnpike roaJ,at Deati Interior. We are up In "the and two "cocoanul" trees. His actual need cases consent could not be obtained and a gasping for nlr. In such cases Avcr's $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure a mountains" again; though, this time, not for etling will be abundantly dolt Cherry Tectoral is Invaluable. Sirs, iriiima supplied by resort was had to juries to assess the dam"ftf Kandy being only at any chilling altitude Description and lVlleree:-Kon-: d .. . Jew) l Mnn.1Ocdncy, 159 West 123 M., Xcw York, ... wac age. But after all the difficulties had been . these. ." k matioanj tail, is Iianda 3 Inrhci iay, wun about 2,000 feet above the sea level. It is I Bee in this equable, equatorial climate, surmounted, and the road finished, it was writes: "While Iu tho country, last blfh, with line style and aotlon. Hell 5 Turn old rather hot here too, Kandy being in a sau almost the abolition winter, my Ilttlo boy, three years old, was mil snrinir. wai tired ur Lewla Cunnlniliam'i of the seasons so demonstrated, from tho cost of the road the taken 111 with Croup; It seemed ns If ho Jewell, he by dam fainoui old waihlnrtnn D.n. cer, with high hills about it, that phut off mark. First Minnie, by McDoiaM's Hal sharply denned with us. The trees do not that the stock could never pay a good diviwould dlo from strangulation. Ajer's corn; Z ilmu by Wells' CrusaJrr; ;u dam br k ton blowing on top; while there is the bretz?8 drop their leaves en inatse and go to bed for dend; others believed that It could not keep a ralualilo nld ivl. Cherry 1'ectornl was tried Iu small and of Davy Crockett, 4th dam by Mr. no little radiation of heat going on from a winter's rest and recuperation. Ji. ramu's The itself it repair. In this region it was an frequeut doses, mid, In less than half an uinmaro, poiiKrcounanown.Jool. waiau. nrrmiuiu Old Minnie, dam ofbecond the hill sides into the pretty valley below. leaves grow old and dissppear while to an Hroond hour, tho Ilttlo patient was brcathlne animal, from a colt twenty-fou- agd mr. and woreJew the untried experiment. The road had noth r el uai been shown tlnios the But the caloric la not of that mugey, ener young ones easily. The doctor snld that tho Pectoral slick tlo twenty two r; are coming on. The tree la ing to depend upon but the current tolls. only twlos. I vating kind we experienced at Colombo, at snml iny darling's life." Mrs. Clias. B. HomaJeten ihoa but season and Dmrllle, always green, though with varying shades It was not absolutely certain that this KlrktTltlo, lllchuioad Lexington ani and the nights are not the clow, panting, Latidou, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Ayer's wore ten blue rlbWici, the tender callow of tho infant shoots, would ba sufficient to pay all expenses and . will be furnished mures at mumble .i.t.nr 'futkt rrlulru ttti Cheir I'cctorn! MI, stuff, perspiring eeasons, that come down prettily contrasting with ranker depths ofi keep the road in good repair. i rate. l'artlnKwllh marts forfeits the luiuranee. rtrlrnfBiMMl. itS Hum-a poor fellow there, when the . upon Lien retained on all colta until terries chargoare mnsur.1 iu lk b.nio, ,T, T. Tho first Board of directors was com emerald, In thoir elders. On the mango My I paid. !H'."IMH.(iirih..lle.Ht,tri dies out, like being smothered In I will als staid at thstatiixiUblM thoflnojaek tree in front of my window, as I write, I posed chiefly of its original projectors. - 'iiiRi,illi.,n.lnal,n nml ntso tho llfo of my little son. As ho n nm--tf fcr Cafbi. Cr.ta in Ceylon feathers. Oae must go high up A 'i4 i .4 m tluM, see. 1st. fruit nearly or nuito crown: 2J, There were four things before the Beard: Is troubled with Croup, I dare not bo -- 0,000 feet before gett'o Nuera-Eli- j An V.n a. taylor, amA. S? without this remedy In the house." 3frs. small mangoes the Bize of marbles; 3J, 1st, to collect all legitimate toll; 2J, to colt, At 1 X' XllXLLHruur ronnt.i ting a full mountain climate, nat the ad. J. Gregg, Lowell, Mam., writes: "My colt tNtotnturoallro parted money due when the keep the road In good repair; 31 to reduce n.) cam... Tniaiti, Itfralrd or tuare with. Illark Hawk vantage of Kandy is, that here, one is in a abundance of flowers for the main crop, Is n coal black A jrartoilthli bprlnx, 14 hands 3 ehlldnn have repeatedly taken Ajer's later on; 4th, old deep green leaves; Sib, the exp2nse3 of management and the cost hlRh. HowmilreJ by Caldwell's Youtic very healthful spot, where all the luxuri- Boft Cherry Pectoral for Coughs mid Croup. laches Ilawk, he by Velocipede, ho br UobertaoQ'a Uoth tor tale by Ur. it.L. UOUUNE, Htanforl HUck young ditto just beginning life or of repairs to the lowest practicable point; of full tropical vegetation is combined It ghes Immediate relief, follow od by Samoson. hu by Imp. Mammoth. Ills tlain wa ance though full size looklnglender and imma- 4th, to keep tho road out of debt, and by tftlaaira Mack cuiv." Mrs. Mary L Kviiils, Scranton, titllrt Maxwell andllawk;anid dam wat raised by, with the comfort of the temperUe zne, as ture. UU. W. 11. 1'HNKY, was Imported Jack. And all this on the same tree at tho the surplus, If any, among the 107-t- f Pn., writes : "I have two Ilttlo boj , both Certainly, I have v.T.s.txninaK. fTffmiT nowhere elie, perhaps. DontlMt, same time. It quito confuses one who has stockholders. Toe member of the Hjard Kbribr ntr. vy. of whom have been, from Infancy, subject STAHKUIlDU, KY. met no euch chsrmlnz place in all my been received no compensation for their serviused to alternations separated and to violent attacks of Croup. Aboir. six OOc on Lancaiter street, rext door to 1kt. travels, in the tropics won Journal office. Ode hoara rnu s ton a, by Bharp dividing lines. I think ces except the small pltlauca of the toll of months ago we begau using Ayer's Cherry u.and 1 toSr. u, AneathetlcaaJmlnlatarod wbto I do not wonder that the ,o!d Kings of of "12 manners of fruit, .) oktuatj. in themselves and families. The President of Pectoral, and It acts llko n charm. In a for it, and Reclined to be Kamly fought few minutes after the child takes It, ho Thta fine stallion will fruit every month," in this connection. tho Board, whose duty it was to cllect all ejacfed from this litt'e earthly psradiee, by breathes easily and rests well. Every make the tiaaon ol ISM at tolls from the gate keepers, on the firet of Perhaps this is the clue to its meaning. my p'ace, time miles Irora ! either Portuguese or Dutch. For the 150 mother ought to know w hat a blessing I btmmrd on the HtantorJ Tnere is one drawback to the grand nioun-tii- n each month to superintend all repairs of A Danslllo pike, at of the former they have found in Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." years of the occupancy The noUJ breeder, will road and its transcendant views that the road give vouchers for all expenses of Mrs. Wm. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., w rites : make the anaaon o IS!6 hankered after Kandy, and, again and astonishes me cot a little, because it is un tho road, and settle alt his accounts at the at my ttable 3 " In our family, Jlyw's medicines havo $15 to Ininro a Maro -mllei again tried to take It but always failed. in loal. on like British improvements elsewhere. There end of every eix months, recelyed $125 per JJZStKP&, aoulh of Iluitontlllr.Libbeen blessings for many years. In cases - -thelluitonrllla aai - j,rr I, this morning, rode by an old battle is "ijr8 erty turnpike Abdallah Helta black, foaled In of Colds and Coughs, wc tako little or no protection on the precipice year, ine secretary, wnose uuty it was to IMI.ilxKyin hands hUh, by William WrK.h. by ncaro it ur jo uuin, ground, where their force were defeated, keep all tho records of the Board, as well side, and I passed icores of places yester RytJykc'iHanibletorilanr 1st dam Kate by Dill's JJil. a0 trial 2 II '" . s Grd . after penetrating almost to the Capital; the seminni, .a uaiu mac wn Ljr iteim a loin uiu. d tv, aii'i. V .T 7 .. - " &"&i&JLt nan iTiuifras all thoir settlements with their president day afternoon in our drivo where frightful Cherry sblrtt, by Imp ) orkshlie, ad dam I.ttlo Emllr b toI C. K.,rrirda Xs.. entire army put to the eworJ, and their 1 yiiu acoer, 1th Jam I.iuiir ft-tkV!oer. and superintendent, received $10 per year ao'il i accident might happen. J.0ou, r x. Mark furWUfftsMO,Ilrrtew i Jh' 2!. Oi r.sti Indeed we 'alin I. LTla ran, Mhdatu br tii kui. r.thdam VSbaod revered heads heaped in a spot still shown. aud the Inconvenience Is soon forgotten." by (liRndrlser: th dtiu br Maryland hhonlsj uani Mime is i.y svillle tatrt, iiial most witnessed a catastrophe, that gives The four gate keepers had the use of their u. il.y hottlrarr Hml br Then the Dutch succeeded to the placo of Sib data by Haiinl.ial yili dam )r Hilkr.br Cm lioji. Uleuro.) Id .Ma llrttlo C. by CunnlniHiaia'a and lots and three of them ro riujr.im:u iiy me a shudder, every time I recall it. A el. tee Kmllr timt--ii In IJrure'a tjtud Hook, Vul. Lopir Uutlcwi SddaiuMlnrria llunra) br I in., the "power ptramount," In Ceylon; traded ermont IlauiMetonlan Terr Pr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. l.liazo rji. with fine style and bent, It aaction iluxaard. Jo Klmo y St. Kline, No. ITS, by well laden with ceired $100 each, whilst the other, whose 'i mucb,lmproved much; but never could oust single horse carry-al- l (. fool Abdallah IS, by Ityadyk'a Iliirublilonlan Ayahs and about half & dozen little chil- business was let, received only $75 per aired William Welch, with prirato record ol U. ho.lt, Joehlmo't lit dam by Mambrlno Meneo-teBold by all Druggists. or 150 ha sturdy Kandy mountaineers. Vermont being a grand son of llytjrke't llainMe-tonlayear. Wl llle I) 't dam by Htarl'ihl, by the trauJwt tire living, and (IIU's Vrr Ir Imp. I'lantor. Abdallah Hlrnro'e Cherokee. years'more they ruled the lowlands, until dren, was malting a turn, when tho horse As the result of this rigid economy the mont combine), lucked by thorough btcl, oujht kinil.ane au.l large and coil warm, colu are both in ., Ephraim cime. In less than 20 years after took a notion to back. There was a sheer road has always been kept out of debt, and to make a line atock Iiorw. in-aii'i unarr me Mj.ne. 1 riara n I will stand at the same place a fine Jtck, ii.i with sery liltlo handling lrut(d a Ji of bit that British occupancy, the last of the Kindlau declivity of 30 feet, just whero the vehi- its afUirs have been conducted on a cash In tt Imp. Ylctaw. c.; also another that wat t proulilnir. hutow. l Tl gt was deposed and exiled. . Like Thee cle was bound to. if tho horse kept on in basis. log to an ireldtol has unit img trained. AbTJIOS. IIOIUXSOX. dallah (ilenro. although nitural aaddle horw The road has been a soccer. baw, In Burmah, the cup of hleinlqaitiea ran his obstinate freak. Happily rather most trotted a full mile ou al0i-- . ifciw Irnek In 14.5 FULL II1COT1IKKN. Will happened to be on with ilx weekt or two menlhi' bindlleg, umr,i To strengthen tho stomach, create an nd the eturdy conquerors whose providentially 1. In that it has paid all running expen ver, br II IVirCof llorleroiintr. Mr. I' .. h.w.t.i appetite, and remove the horrible deprev God givro misiou is to rigut the wrongs of foot, saw the pril, sprang forward, grasped res and kept itself in good repair for fifty thyw J50 lt any time, till and e e tur ivxk beMrebreellngelaewhere.aiid Nti tlon and dcsK)udciK-- which rt still from go the anlmal'd head firmly and led him for years. fr he the nation, an i to "let tha oppressed i .us i ruBiug ana Indigestion, thcro U nothlnir so eiTt'Ctivo 2. In that it has b.rn a very great public rroee In ellitenrt.. He It a beaut ml trotting stepped in to avenje the heapsd up ward, just as the hind wheel was poised on 'free Uwwn, as Ayer's Pills. Tli.o Pills contain no KH haH.li high (gelding tf-nbow wroriTof his oppressed eubjict. In 1815, the fatal edge, for a downward plunge. I advantage to the cit!zns of the county. and muicla and steudi (or Ue email tutut t calomel or other polonou druir, act never witnefsed a narrower escape. The 3. In that in has been a great trunk line thlaMovely and ancient capital became the Edoje & S10 the 8oason or $12 CO to Insure. dlnttly on the digestive and asimllatle O sanitarium of the Inipsrial race that won whole thing happened while one could from which nearly all the turnpikes In the organs, and rvstorc heallh aud attvntrth to I will iIm stand my flaejurt, Mrrd by Itul.ble'a Denmark, known is On Time. tho entfro s.vatcm. T. P. IJotmcr, Cliesler. llrstdamMolileUqual by (.V.btaa it from its former owners, and the dynasty count ten, and the hoMO wont on without county have branched. lxlnfton, further trouble. The children didn't even 4. In that it has refunded by little acd J'a., writes: "I have tt.cl Ayrr's Pills 7d ilam by oun Amrifa, he t.y laylai't Mra vanished, to resppeir.no more. sracrr; s Ham by Mlllrr't Denmark, wl.leh drei know ther had boen in danger, but were little to the stockholders, in dividend, the for the pnt 30 jcir, and am NitMed Kandy was the centre of both church him a JtuUe nim oft4 hit ulllt jtoc In tk iahU. AtJr;tolniure. He It I J hiuU a Inebn high, wltn Ba lnealil M oucli alyki iitlmH, lie 1th dim br Jim IU It. nrnf th iai !f It anclj8?atein its time. An ancient Budd-his- r laughing and chatting, oven on the dizzy original ccsc of the stock The share of I should not have Imh-- alho fiMlcUMjirk aod a n Ml dir. Sili Jim Umler and noted mate broiuht lia had not been for them. They wlllefTJenetsatro. HarewwH tkres of hit freiu Mrstnla. pedUno unknown temple still e'aids, frontiog our Hotel, vergti of an Instant datb. What a type bIock was $,M) acd the dividends on the coltt from J naeU that do Iiomt to any Jaek - v.. r V . Ther will make ilm uaAti af iac fi 1 ... ............ l .1 Maret win, TTDere uuauua k4Mg ,U(. tooin usuppeseu iu rejiuju of what occurs every day to us all. We share of stock have been $30.35. The divi Jl,oooinlU from titanlord on the Huttantllla Thewi whotrtrd tradnl rrodn. tare mitr, l.fnl pike, (itlt lliteli a dark brown, is band bleb. gold and precious shall never know, the full truth of God 'a dends have averaged a small fraction ovtr in n casket, rich with rrmlnJfl that my money Ii due and ex MH0 lr( (ted. jean old this Spring and will itaad at t)are i to prerrataeeldrnli, but not twin. $1 per share, or about two per cent. The stones. Thitner devotees from all quarter, protecting care, Ible should any oreur. "Tilt we stand with Csrlst in glory, $10 to Insure a Lhluj; Colt. average tolls collected have been about me of Dyspepslu whin nil other rcmwlles K, S, IMPA'(fc, itil I flock, and the shrine continues to atLooking o'er Ufa's finished story. $4,000 per years, about have been ex fullcsl, and their oecadonal uso has Lcpt HlherXlD; wlllheiluilttdtois ruarr, it the tract worshipers, with more than a shadow Then LOBD, shall we fulljr know, He it J yeart me in a neaitiiy condition ever since." tame rat.bay, 13 hanli s old thlt Bprtnc, )s a pended in keeping the road in good repair, Last night, chaperof its old popularity. Not till then how much wo owe." tautirul lnebi bljb Wfll also L. X. Smith, Utlea, X. Y., writes: " land at la jib place a Hue Jack, Our hearts stopped beating, for a while, and to the people who have paid this toll, oned by one of the influential gentlemen of have ued Ayor's Pills, for I.lvcr troubles the city, we went through it. We were as we Baw the helplecs, thoughtless party 4 5 have been refunded to them in keeping and Indigestion, a pood many years, and will mtke the sraion of extensive libra about to perish, miserably. No calamity the road in good repair for their future ure specially interested in the ISMttmr liable, S miles havo always found them prompt and Alfttf tolniurorolt, money due at weanloi The State wa liberal to the county in ry of Buddhist literature and theology, has yet occurred by the neglect of simple with whit4 olnU,S yean out from CrabOrcbari on the efficient In their action." Itlchard XorrN, In June. 15 naudi htKh. II wat ilrod by Alkln'i Crab Orchard A Lancaater tontalned in hundreds of portly volumes, precautions for safety. Perhaps, when a subscribing 1,042 shares of stock in the Lynn, Mass., writes : "After much mHor-Inj- j, King William and be by King 1'hllltp; hit firit turnpike, at Jennet, Iu dividends booking very nue uuge funua, wi'.h silver carriage load 0C3 07er, come day, the preci roid, amounting to $52,100. I havo been cured of Dypcptla and dam a Hlick tatlii S'nimi., abe .ilrtO by I'bll. $12.50 to IiiRure a y,, ,, llpandbehr ,,v (lT Liver troubles examined, turn out to be pices will be fenced off. has received back this sum, and also it McreC'aatlv Tne More Catllejick Ita Urge grey, iackr; but, when , lluiib' toil, 110-l- f more than $8,000 in the prccees of a second J. K. ,v J. Ml. h'.i tlflMH. Or 110 the season. Mam CONTINUED NEXT ISSUE, .,. jilm leaves about two feet long and 4 1 ? 1.-refunding. inches wide; strung upon two stout cords, brlno King, Jr.. la IS handt high, let black, S rert The Danville and Crab Orchard Turnpike. ell, rfoct In form and waa tlri-- I by Ur. Iferr't The county was only half as liberal to txquisitely written on the long way, and ! To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Mambrlao Klcg, the Ixnt show horse In the world. this road as to its other turnpikes. It is bound on the two edges. Set up in lilver Ayer's Pills. They hao douo me moro ssauiuiiuv King wat tlrvl by Mambrlno 1'atchcn, It is now about 50 years since thia road rull brother to iuy i norn, z is. ana raleben, by good than any other medicine I havo ever Will make the action of longest and most important turnpike in handsome library cases, the appearance was was finished and opened lor trayel. Mambrlno Chief, the calibrated borM that J. 11. It has the Uay brought from Kew York. Mambrlno Chief lahcn." joun Ilurdctt, Troy, lown, 1SSC at ray LIrer y Htable aot unlike that of other books, only the survived all its original projectors, all Its the county and yet the county only giye to waa aired by Manbrlno I'aymiiKr aud be by old iu staorord, kj., and win it $250 per mile, while to the others it has writes: "For nearly two jcars my llfo be permitted in Mrre a MambrlDo, he by Imp. silver binding had a unique lcok. The original individual Mimbrlno stockholders, and its Klnr. Jr.'a lit dam br Tlrrr w bin! 4,1 ... h. was rendered miserable by tho horrors of llmludnumbjrolma eut Buddhist priests, in their flowing yellow first Board of Directors. given joou per mile, me county nas reJim Allen; M dam by Nero; 4th dam a thorough- la furnishme fa ceived back ita $5,000 and $330 in the pro Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded ui.ir, m . c. loeront uf inn jouug none silk robes, treated us mo9t courteously, and cilities for travel and enhancing 815 tlio HcHHon. me only tcmiorary relief, and I becatno ar the rlneit the county raa produ. the value cess of a second refunding and the same Care taken to prerenl accldetiij, but not responscorned glad to show us through the place of the land of reduced In flesh, and ery much debilithe cltizsns of the county, Due srhan serried are ren- - .ai sible for any. tenon furleltr d when tune Is tmtt. is true of each share of the Individual In it nas heen of incalculable perhaps for our chare'one's sake dered. S'lO to Iciuro a "I tated. A friend of mine, who had been M "lib- a. Is". HIX11, Ky. benefit. It has In ftiiL itii, vhn tha fM tH-ii- r Crab Orchard, one room we saw an imsge of Baddha, supported itself similarly afflicted, adilscd mo to try mini to and kept itself In good re- stockholders. ffiS Danrllle Wilkes Is dus when Ayer's Pills. I did to, mid with tho oalH. beantlful mahogsny With the same management and the aboat a foot high, cut out of a single block pair. It has a history and it is worthy of happiest results. My food fooii ceased to bay, atasdlDg 15K bands high, of are it trotting ac- amount of travel it not doubted, l crystal. Back of this famous temple, record. It was the first turnpike construct- sameat the end of the next isfifty years D. distress me, my npprtile returned, and I 27 with little handling it i years, and haa ilrsedy "she palace of the Kandian Kings still ed in this part of the State, the that dlitlngulibedblrmelfasa breeder lie Is coun as well as became as strong and well as c cr." terpart oi Aicjone, oui larger none la erery rewhole stock in the roid will be refunded a stands, though now used as a law court. A among the first of such Full brotbeTTo Maud Met. roads in the State. spect and his gait and blood lines alio nlmllar ind eeoger, U IS'r, bar, 1S1 second time and mav be indefinitely repeat p$cioua lawn, or small park now used as As chartered by Is tbeaauift reaiore from Ihe great Cleo. U'llkra handt high Will make the Legislature It extended that I'hllThompso'4 is Ills Ortt and only tho iroson of IRHC at the ed In tho future promenade and cricket ground -- stretches from Harrodsburg, on old that has been handled IttSaille Vagtn, named stablii ol Cbirloa Dunn. the Frankfort and Iu honor of one ofth.- - fairest and brightest Jewe'a The dividends have beu so small and utjlflifront of the temple, where the peo- Loulsvillle turnpike in Anderson miles frowHtanlo d tnf of Indiana, and Is county, to worthy namraake ol royal a'i Ituib Branch pike, a M! tAie the insignificant from year that even those ple used to' assemble and worship to the Crab Orchard in Lincoln1 uioou. is sue nas mawcxi I ytt rle to 2 S9, lieing riti:iAitKi iiy courtly. It pass handled by colored boy. Like Dot alri), sn hu 825 to Insuro a Maro In Foal, who have been longest familiar with the ZKioga he" shewed his augus: person on a ed through tho three DB. J. 0. AYEB &, CO., Lowell, Mais. lerel bead and a good gait. counties of AnderroD Danrllle Wllke Is by Lyle's Dm Wllket, Jr ; Money due a soon at the fact Is airrrlalned or operation of the road, did not know the oitcaiar balcony ust In front of the shrine Mercer and L'nooln and a distinct For sale by all Drufjjlsts. damotDintllle Wllketbr tikedidJl; bktdaddle mare parlpd with. I'aiturage at tl SO er month. and cd of their dividends and were The most exquisitely beautiful thing separate Board of bfOllrerj Htdamof Hkedaddle by Medor; Idilins Uable for no accldrnta Internal Improvements amount "5-i- i Trumpeter; Id dam Arntua; sthdam Imii. Unread virMtt.r.N wr'.v.v. at the rerult when the actual com about Kandy is its lake. The ancient was author'zad for Eagle; Bthdim Wild Ilelr, Bth each of the three anf csn TTIOn SALEw.th ...... Inch . Ungf built a dam across the valley and ties, to control and manage the part ofcoun- putation was made It will, however, be a ,4. juiuier. a -.- (Inrvl Shingle Mill ai..l a .v..ln.li till trace him further Into the thoroughbred II ower Knvloe the very grateful surprise to the State, the tiirn JIlll Uoltiu " Complete." I'ora, the dam i lunvllle ionfiaed the waters of the pretty mountain rjd lying within their llkw, first dam Meadley by Waxy, Sit dam Hhel- iUar. 8mril, county. u.auium, ny. ! inn. oi.i iengruiu,3l dam Fiank. Wjxy. the streams that feed it, and then and now, alreof Medley br Hortbumn lit dam by Stony Ihe length or the road in this county is county and the individual stockholders OECV. i'etrel,2ddaiuTom Hal, by so doing, a lovely sheet of water, 20 miles and side it has always had four toll-gatOrais furnlihel at fi per Due care jfcaut a mile long and two or three hun Buckien't Arnica Satire STALLIONS: taken t0 pwrent aeeldsnis but will not be rwnon-tlbone near Dinvillo, oae on each side ahould any occur. ThebestSalTO In the world lor Cuts. Erulie dred yards wide. Opposite the king's pl-ac- of Stanford and one 110 tl near Crab Orchard- - Sores, Bait Bheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chipped A T. XVX V EL LEV, .Stanford. Vsaw'lltjJHf -- Tho O inblued Btilllon . an artificial island added its charms to Theaharea of stock were fixed at $50 Ilandt, Chilblains, Corns and allBkta Eruptions, tte general scenery; and the king's bathing each, and the sharoa of stock now ! owned and positively cures Files, or no pay rt utred. I, jetabllshment, within easy reach of the in the road Foaled represent the money expended Is guaranteed to glvs perfect tatlifactlon, or money star; 16 liar 8, IS30 I. dark biown with imill tiandabUb: extra beary mane and Mil. asyal residence, still "lands on the margin in its construction. The refunded. Price 22 cents per box. For tale br tymmetricailo form with superior State owns 1,042 1'enny 4 MTcAllster. u the lake. The present proprietors have shares harness and uudur aiihln u. -- .. ..:.?."'".'" at $50 each, $52100; county owns nnblnH,..,,..... li..Zl hs"Z-- " """.."TIM Mfiat Can Be Done ? iice for this, as for all their possessions in 100 shares at $50 eich, $5,000; individuals mark, he by UtUai A firomwJll'a Denmark,DenBy trying again and keeping up courage many by the the race hora Denmark, he by he Eut viz. laid down splendid roads. 975 shares at $50 each, $18,750. Total, things seemingly Impossible may ba attained. ITae views from various poiuts on the hill VMHi.'!bIt"9,r,":t,,,t"rM D"'rk. hi. dam by 2,117 shares cost $105,857. Thus there are Uundreds of bopeleaa cases of Kidney and Idrer Mo.'"S'rafr;'t (Hirer. 3d dam The sire of trotters, roiilstera and more fancy and sides, where these winding drives pens irate, 2,117 shares Complaint hare bsen cured by Electric Bitters, by old Drennoa. H Krwdeis wllf tka Kiiterii horara than atiy other ttilllon of stock in the road, and di that Prio- .":: aftor ererytblng else bad been tried In rain. 80 other stallion "" ' u ,D "vamtiK diooiI tlian anr iu aemucay. win muo ioe traaon of I5JS four Tbe fine Imported ue exquisitely beautiful I ctn not give vided between the State, the county now In the stud, which all flrtt-elNorman sta'llon, will mike miles wcit of Stanford, directly on the Knob Lick and doa't think there la no cure for you, but try Elec Mhorsemen will J- sa adequate idea of the varied charms of Individuals as shown M pike, and will, ?iynM"J mllet - "f Hianford' Wray, the at above. The 20 miles tric Bitters. There la no medlolne so safe, so pure mors flist clau asddle icknorrledg baa produc! everything, In on account of tbe depreetlon over Cottage," from and combined stock permitted to serro mares it the at she wondrous fbra of this island. Here, of road cost $105,850, any other known In Kentucky. 11m proren of which the State and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters el' an "IB rxiremeiy low price oi excellent breeder. m nowhere else, the variety is J in amazing FlHcen IollArM llio Season, coniritmtea very nearly one half. The will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of Tbe ssddle stallion, 915 tho Season or 820 to Insure. The "jica" with its stately-powt- cost per mile was iebnesa. the Kidneys. Inraluable In sOectlont of Stomach a.Colt. Chamuo is dark gray, $5,297.50, which is more ,yr" vnd LIrer, and orercome all Urinary Difficulties. and huge fruit growing from the than twice as DENMARK-- . Gran furnlhel-a- t tl oer mnnth DiiMr.i.i. In i1..iJ "trc "I My next Dels orflnn ttylj much as any of the subse- - Large Bottles only 50 cents a bottla at Penny A to nerent accidents ... ! in thu tnin. . ....... stock and branches, without plying attenr,cn wshegony bay, ZHfJfV L' l8"' mane and tall. atrictly 1SU sponill la should any oreecatvi. hut win nm t.. quent roads constructed In the county have McAllster. occur. Urge body.' high, heavy ' .liVb..bo.liJ.ArKSdS: t. tion to the ordinary dependence from cost'. Description and Pedigree, Nobby Is a let black and fancy, Is boh a natural and pleaaant taddler etar In forehead r w! ""Porteil by (J. W. Stub. Excitement in Texas. and two white feet, Id hands high, bl.fleld i ? breeds fancy, and a more uniform breeder BloomlnBton. Ill..rent. 14. 1881 Although the old dirt road was hid and branches; the grand "bread fruit" with of aadl hands 1 inch high, fine manoand tall, good, bony m,f to.,of 'B4V4PJKitWftB, Oreat excitement has been cauted In the rlclnl-t- y dlera can not be found; has nerer yreat serrated leaves of deepest green, and In many places well nigh Impassable in the t but wnat has th'own taddle acUon nVu,,V-ly-, leg. Lesatlful hesd and neck, excellent shoulder, of Parti, Texas, by the remarkable recovery of back od loin-- tn Uct, faultleit In symmetry; and the colt s fruit, also of considerable though not winter time, eren on horseback, yet it waa Mr. J. E, Cor ley, who was ao helpless he could not die g ringfrom blue-t- olilut tnesery i...i" .tne a?? will guaranteo there doesn't live a stallion twa. the rlnn ih. teasedofi better disposition, and theso qualltiee high-ta- ll u is size; the ubiquitous "cocoanut a new enterprise and many people' looked I tu 'a bed, or raise his head; erery body said he style on tth sides to be invariably Imparta to hla progeny. Nobby It the sire oi ofuNobbr. Jr . roooid...T.T-'.n,i -. alsa" with its rich clusters green or gold agbast at It as thsy do on all new thlnae breilson "" maklnV .. IIj.wvt wucu ukuuiimJ "very nine, una or ..1,1 mm ". Finding ut' sprightly both sides, form an'd him ry l.'.'ii -wi ' King's Kew DIscorery wm sent htm. re In gait in . nil .u i r 'U2& colu trotteJ iMt teason, i Mcordfoj to the stage of maturity but n.i-- i finish. with little training, In u larxo aum OI lief, he bought a Urge bottle and a box of Dr el. Waillrtd br Hnmni.r n.m....L .t- n'--.i? '" oi for another In S3 and wore 31, ties at tbe Pn. ... '7' r.. si'eu ".aoorej 1st dam liv 3 So,I2.S00. His 2sucklingsone In 2the and wmsoU rer the queen of the luxuriant fruitage of money. Others were entirely indifferent Klng'aNsw Life Pills, and by tbe time be had Si Blr Wallaoe, be by Todhunter'e Sir to it and would tske no stock in it. Others taken two boxes of rills and two boxes ol the DU. Hlr Albert (thoroughbred) 2d damWillsce, he by Hustonvllle and Danvlireralraorer rings of tweu. t&yloi. Then the cocas; tho coffee; the uy yirgioius ty and twenty-fou- r Nobbr wutir.: . n... loimorsirgniu, by Tranbr. thorouihbred) be rard Chief, the slrocolts.Basil Dike, 2 (from which comes quinine) the love did not beliere it would be a good invest coyery he was well and had gained la flesh of 28K;Mim. pounds. Trial bottles ol this Groat DIscor- by the celebrated Mason's Vnlp; id dam a Whip brlnolltppy,!8 Crook. Arp. 3iK;.JMamtrino2 S3U: lifllsirs of ly yellow bamboo, rare elsewhere, but Indi- - ment of money and would not touch it. ery for Consumption free at Penny & McUliter'i. h- - ibore horaea will m.V. . ,OJ, .. i T . or. Uhlel. T th. hurts and many sorts of ails of inorn, 2 ISM; Woodford AiamDilno, 2 2IJ4, larm.sli mii' r,n. i7::.:."T,",.u "U,00 ijwous here; the mango; and a long list, Others, although not believing that the y nnar urnint I and Atl. ?r. . I MSUSIIiliaaA k.Auk II. -. Positive Cure for Piles. First dam by Frank; ser' station, and wllJ lrt man and beast need a cooling V a.V,:.- Z.V to serve maiis XiTl. describe, The stock would pay good dividends, yet beftat lime would fall me to br Uyadyk'e Hainblei To the peopled this county we would say that t to . iJssautlful hill sides are crowded with all lieving' that the road would be of great ad- we bare been gtrea the Agsocy of Dr. MirchUl'a colt Mm ,.,.,,.. ..!.... . 7-- .:.. Insure . a Itrlnir wjuiau, iiu aim uy inumeae, Nobbr't dim a lotion. Mustang Liniment. wlllrecsire my wrtonal '"' "f" "" nreeutog inorouguureu mare, aatd to be hy Imp. Tranbr UHtee, not to mention bananas in great mares shall forfeit the Insurance vantage to the county, invented their money Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed nUhed at reasonable rat., tattention Graii fur- be paid for before inallcasetauda Hen Ob! it is almost a distress to try to in the enterprise, and it required the very to cure or money refunded Internal! External. the remoral ot marra. No responslMMtTlar atc. service cbarps Is pall. retained on all colu until For further information, ..w leiiU or uriMM. Panlni. win. Blind, Bleeding or Itching PlUs. fiOo a box. iv. ll ll IUB callouoraddrr! ' ln.r,r.nM ftr L. ClUi IV, deorey to my readers this scene of Iovcl- i- persistent efforts of all such lo procura iLo For sale uy Knuy jlLdlntur, Prlco W. M. McAva,: DrugUii, .Z..L, I. - J AArjsi:, Mirth, bunford, Ky, i rRl Ayer's GEO. O. BARNES. GherryPectoral sfEWEL! theses-sonoHSM- at Si ... at j'Q-aiaX-iEsxirc- i tea-bree- Saved Life, v;-- BLACK HAWK! 3 ....a.., ritii Vermont Hambletonian. 1184-lyr- Abdallah Gloncoo Ayer's Pectoral t. to .jvrr Alex-iider- toll-hous- r, INDIGESTION aj lCS-t- W: t- .ni.iii ip-f- rey, Gilt Silver Kin? r.j i..T? Mcelroy, finu-cla- to-la- y, .t Cured t.)( Ul-M- 4-- 5 '" STEVE WALKER, Kf MambrinoJCiiig, Jr., .rT&i --- By Using i&Cxs&kJL. DaiiTille Wilkes -- Mjgr. a.... the-coft- Messenger i Ayer's Pills, -to eur-prie- frr. fam-Wl.- ." GH A.HXFO ' es FOR 1886. le Prince Kciuuark ?5jBHBM,t'WsCs Jj.wl'flliBk'. 'l" ....: ?"n first-clas- s FKmmaamm tht1 b, WALLACE i rn r .'. "." fWf: n-- iilt. A -.- '""' cin-thon- s; thlr-ty-s- lx AH Sorts of " ""r ?''. pro-Jttio- n. i " uz,i i. ,, 1t