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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886052501 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. ": r 7 r Ti ji'ti ji'i' '. w y p ;'"x'f j Vf 'W W Tr i3t??W i e11 V , A? t aI imir MJJ mfefia NO.. 127. JSl.JST- - VOL. XIV. - STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1886. 'i lJU 0U . , OPPORTUNITY THAT OCCU 1 ONLY ONCE IN LIFE TIME I M pr AH W "a M i I i Ml IOWGD0M Is what Richard III said; now this time it is A BUGGY HI ! A BUGGY ! .BHt. vBiSft-il- j i ! -- gs" li. j I . f fi For which you don't give a Kingdom, nor a red cent. fKi itf i .' t 1. ..,.... ) 1ffll w. i.'VM? uBy to -- 111 Go to- 1 Opposite the Myers House, buy one dollar's worth of goods, no matter what or how much you buy. For every dollar s purchase you will get a ticket thrown in; tins will or give you a chance to win the 1 r- r. KL A aHU it tiai (K, l riMii rar? 4W nrf -- . j. , j i .j i . atliu i - all' 9 '- - - & illf 'l O fbaM - A FINE SINGER The Buggy cost S125 and can be seen be seen at the store. These two articles-holdeof the lu6fty number will get either "NTn firm nnrmppjhprl TKrith mv .rlvn wincr . v iw V j WAWH&. , -- SEWING MACHINE. at the store; the Machine cost S55 and can r ..will be drawn for ISIML and the 'M??w5sfSf5g2. UlA tJ Kirmi - LJULC ;w 11' J' business will have a chance. TJTTnriV Ul .UV'UJ X 1.T nrrTMT? :JU4. .ft. lTXJLVULXX Hi JLlgU I UlLtJl Lilt? 4i i.li a FTj.aaA.I3Sr FACTS : i I guarantee that every article sold will be as before, from 15 to 20 per cent, lower than the same article can.be bought elsewhere. I will return the money for aiiy goods bought of me, if tliey prove not to be as represented! Remember that w MY STOCK IS FRESH, NEW AND STYLISH Ho it's and Hays'' .- wti "5j ! That I keep no auction trash, and even if you don't wish to buy it will be no trouble to show you our IMMENSE STOCK of ifi&i -- 2T -- Bis$ Boots anil Skoog, Hats and Caps, alises, TTZ-VVlai- -rl -- ffennlks aad 4--r. Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing1 ' Goods. .Also the great Curiosity, a .. Tiff ATTT 11' Streat' intelligence, ivxy prices lire puaiuivoA.y iuio voiuwoou xuw - i white-face- d I jZ aUa-r-l--W 4-- WTTr-l4" i ,.- - loum --- V 0 M - 11 M .African Monkey, possessed of V mnaa Avtlw uuauuo, jlxuu ujjx.y uu gou TD . jottrgu-iiab-!J- -k 4" i j ing will ppsltivelv take place on AUG. 25, no matter how fewjor howjmany Tickets are GIVEN AWAY BY THAT TIME. ,, n . i ,. otily'TIO&EjTS will be given. No deviation from this rule. , To CASH sales 0pp. Xftyers House, Stanford, Ky. aV N nacvttni H Stmi-titte- d tin inlcriorlournal having defeated the iniquitous Senate mall didate for lieutenant governor of Pentsyl- Ky May 25, 1886 subsidy bill it is hoped that it will also kill deader than a mackerel, Blair's pen sion bill, which proposes to put upon tho government pay rolls every soldier and sailor who served three months or more and who can now make out a caso showing that he is in need of pecuniary assistance. The pensioner may never have been within a hundred mllcj of a battlefield. He may not know what burnt gunpowder smells like. His disability may have been incurred in a railroad accident fifteen years after the war ended. He may be in need of pe cuniary assistance simply because he is constitutionally unable to earn his own living. The fact that he once enlisted and that his name remained for ninety days upon the army roll, entitles him under the provisions of this bill, to a government pension for the rest of his life. The country looks longingly to the House to stamp with emphasis its condemnation of such a raid. n TiiElIoute by a tremendous majority A negro has announced himself a can- A REGULAR- - .'Stanford, f .tf W. P. WALTON. i SIX PAGES. Tug passage of one bill alone goes far towards redeeming in a measuro the many eins of omission and commiuion of the late unlaniented Legislature. We refer to the one Riving county judges exclusive jurisdiction in examining trials for homicide and requiring that all such trials be at the injallatEussellvllle. court-housof the count? in which the Miss Jennie Pendleton, who was ridcrime is committed. If for any reason tho And tho Prices named almost tako your breath for Cheapness. Our solo ambition is to ing with her mother when that lady met county judge is disqualified from acting her death In Central Park last Thursday, then one competent magistrate or police will recover from her injuries, which are judge shall preside. Tho county judge not so serious as was feared. She is enshall receive no fees for such examinations It is developing b?f-- the grand jury at but when any other judicial officer presides Chicago that the Anarchists had resolved gaged to be married shortly to Mr. Brycc, he shall receive $2 for the first day and $1 to sack and burn that city May 4th, but private secretary of W. W. Corcoran at Mrst-Clas- s for each day thereafter, provided that in no did not have nerve enough to carry it out. Washington. addiGal Geiger, a colored politician of case such fees shall exceed $1. In Tho last scoundrel of such plotters deserves Hearne, Texas, was shot and killed in the tion to a vast amount saved by the State to die without the intervention of judge ! or Mayor's court by O. D.Cannon, Prosecuting by the law, the ends of justice will be more Our goods aro tho best and wo only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. Wo could nover learn to jury. Attorney. Geiger interfered with the busi nrnnr follow. Wo thoroughly met, for as tho Bichmond Beg . . a &. . tu- iv nnninvrn iiitAftnn il. ivn niu ir nwuioia ouuucca uv uuiurviiie .a. -- imr nnn pa.t nTrwnr ia rnt mh it NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ness of the court, and when Cannon object uter says, after giving its representative, uuiiam wnu our ,.P7 h ..11 .... .:ii ,TO t. .,0nm, ...- a riu..v, uuu ueuis auu una ourscivca gaining in strength as a butineae ubiuuu Mr. W. T. Tevis, credit for tho bill: "A Dr. Dio Lewie, the author and hygie- - cd he applied abusive epithets and advanced unon him In a threatening manner. He magistrate who lives in the midst of a gang nio reformer, is dead. Tho Calicoes and Cottons wo sell to our customers at 5 ccnU a yard aro worth that by tho car-loaoxcont lU0 of outlaws, does not always feel at liberty Harrison Gill, for 40 years proprietor was shot five times. discount wo get off for cash. to find one of them guilty, fearing ven- of Olympla Spring, is dead. Wo think wo can soil you bhoea and Clothing at a saving of from 83 to $5 over city price. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Our low pricoa on geance from the gDg. Frequently the Fifty-nin- e Shoes of every description aro the marvol of tho ago. All tho fino Laco Curtains and beautiful of the St. Louis strikers d of fat White Gocis that Ad Catron shipped a magistrato "stands in" with the gang, and have been indicted for rioting. Bold bo low in the auction will bo closod out cheap. If you pay cash and want to seo how far a dollar will go, call at hogs from this point to Cincinnati Saturand then one may hare been "fixed." now The Apachee Indians have murdered day. As a rule, County Judges are not residents 42 persons in the laU four weeks in ArizoOur Sheriff paid off another county of vicinities infested br outlaws. Besides na. bond of $1,000 Saturday and says he will they have more the support of the constat) A rainfall of eight inchei has seriously pay two more inside of three weeks. This ulary and the people. A county Judge be- damaged the crops in the vicinity of Char- will leave only one. hind a desk in a Court House, surrounded lotte, N. C. Mr. Hart, of Mississippi, hu purchasMessrs. Thos. McRoberte, Geo. D. by the sheriff, tho deputies, the police, or THOS. METCALF. Wallace, democrat, was elected to suc- ed of Will Cummins, at Mt. Guthrie, one-haJOnK B. FOSTER. and C. R. Anderson took the oath and deputies, and a large ceed the late Gov. Hahn, republican Contown marshal goods, store house, dwelling house bis number of citizens, is far more gressman for the Second Louisiana district. and 45 acres of land. 1 he sum paid was this morning before Notary Public J. H. Engleman to faithfully perform their du awe inspiring, and in much better position Prof. Theodore Dwight hat been elect- $1,300. ties as tax equaliiirs for the town Danville. to fearlessly carry out the laws than two ed President of Yale College to succeed McDoQ" Ward set out 175 sweet pota MissJMary E. Hicks, daughter of Mr. log under a tree, or Prof. Noah Porter, resigned. magistrates sitting on a to plants one evening last week; next William nicks, and Mr. Joseph E. Harris a nail-kein a grocery, or a puncheon A plot among the convicts in the State morning there were only five left standing, away out In the prison at Frankfort, was diecevered by the the otherehaving been cut off by the cut were married at the residence of the bride's bench in a school-hous- e father on Thursday evening last. Elder country with one constable, half a dozen officials in time to prevent any effort at es- worms during the night. James L. Allen, of the Christian church i of the vicinity and three dozen friends cape. men Mrs. M. C. Miller, of Austin, Texas officiated. of the acensod." The law is a wise and The last lewion of the Supreme Lodge is at M. J. Miller's and will remain during Wesley Purnell has not yet been tried much needed enactment. of Knights of Honor repealed the provis- the summer. Dr. Will Brown, of Parks-Titlfor shooting Lock and Turner last week. was here one day last week to see his acts we ion against paying policies to the heirs of a One of the most praise-worthThe parties are not serlouly hurt and since suicide. brother, Jim Brown, who is quite sick and credhave ever heard Dr. Frank 0. Young the affray have made friends and do not AND. William Alexander, a night clerk at not expected to recover. "Woods Burnes ited with is his absolute refusal before the now desire a prosecution, owing to the cirwith us court to give the name of the woman who the Louisville poetiffice, is in jail for steal- spent Sunday cumstances surrounding the case. A fo JPi-ice- s The first County Sunday School Congave birth to'an intant in an assignation ing money from letters, having been caught male caused the trouble. vention was held at this place last Thurs house in Lexington and going to jail in by a decoy letter. Mr.E. S. Lee, teller of the Northern The Cook county grand jury, Chicago, day. It was called to order at 9:30 A. it. Bank of Kentucky., preference to divulging a professional seat Covington, formerly We do not see why the courts III., has indicted Spies, Fielden and Par After music and prayer the object of the of the Farmers National Bank of Danville, cret. should be so anxious about ferreting out sons, the three Anarchist leaders, for con- convention was stated by T. N. Roberts and left y for his home after a short visit to B. B. VanJfuys. J. G. Carter was elected his father's family in this county. Misses the matter. If the woman can hide her spiring to commit murder. At Apple Grove, W. Va., in a family chairman and J. R. Cook secretary. A redisgrace and herr after live a virtuous and Harrie and Pattie Miller, of Richmond, quarrel a young man killed his aunt with port from all the superintendents present who an upright life it is much better than to have been visiting Mrs. Robert ilann, expose her and permit her to go to the a hoe and was himself killed by the wo- was called for. Six responded and besides have returned. shot-gu- n. giving a report of their schools, they made dogs as moat women do under such cir man's daughter, who used a A meeting of the resident Alumni of AU of oui tiugtr wu loujbt Ufors the tdTinc and The House Committee on the Judici- some well chosen remarks. Several schools r t oM .t the nut olJ Ice. Our euros tances. Centre College, was held at the Farmers ft ary has instructed Chairman Tucker to re- of the county were not represented at all. The canvass for the Governorship of port favorably an amendment to the Con- This consumed about all of the forenoon. National Bank Friday night, at which a committee was appointed to make arrangeGeorgia between Gen. Gordon and Major stitution declaring polygamy unlawful. The convention then adjourned to meet ments for the general meeting of the AlumBacon, having grown too hot, they have Mr. John Pittman, proprietor of the again at 1 o'clock r. M. The first business decided not to meet in joint discussion Pittman House, Pittsburg, declines in a of the afternoon was the reading and adop- ni in June. President Beatty has already agreed to address the Alumni, hli subject again. Bacon charges Gordon with havn card which appears in the tion of the following resolutions: being "Fifty years of College life." llent. Th rocli ire boufht from flrfl hiaJs ti J w. il?.P.lau.' M,n "a Chgta' ing resigned his seat in the Senate to give London leader, to become a candidate for 1st. That we make this convention a perHon. Albert Gallatin Talbott, of this attention to his private business, while the county judge. manent organisation and that they meet county, is to be married on the second of latter rtjoins by declaring that Bacon reJaehne, the New York Alderman who on the third Thursday in June next toMfsidroline Watson, of Philsigned the adjutancy of his regiment dur- sold his vote to the Broadway Surface rail- May and October in each year. adelphia. After spending about two weeks de-- ; ing the war to go into the commissary road people, was sentenced to nine years 21. That this convention have a chairpartment. The lie has parsed between and ten months imprisonment in the State man and secretary to be chosen annually at Washington City, Old Point Comfort and White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., Mr.Tal- them and the fightingest kind of blood has prison. He was at once taken to Sing Sing. on the third Thursday in May. bott and his bride will arrive at their home been aroused. The honest men in Congress attained a 3d, That this convention appoint an Exnear Danville. The lady is of Scotch birth Martin Irons, the coarse, illiterate great victory when the foreign mail subsi- ecutive Board, consisting of eight members and very accomplished. creature, who ordered the strike on the dy was defeated by a vote of 178 to 80. to serve for one year for each magisterial Col. Thomas M. Gibbons has painted Missouri Pacific road, at he admits, with- Six democrats voted with the minority, and district in the county except the first dis very bright colored signs on Masonbeimer twenty-si- x republicans voted with the ma trict and that to have two member. out first properly seeking a redress of A Mills' fruit stand on Main and Third 4th. That it shall be the duty of this grievances from the managers and without jority. -- Dealers In A cigar arm in Milwaukee, which was board to see to organizing Sabbath schools streets, but as they are not admired by a ill klnJiof the slightest regard for the consequences, boycotted by the Knights of Labor, has in their respective districts and to solicit certain fiuancier, he proposes to obliterate has had the tables turned on him by the brought suit against the organization, claim- funds for any incidental expenses under them and paint in their stead a portrait of men whom he duped, and he had to flee ing heavy damages for the injury inflicted this convention, and to report at each meet- the financier. He only requires, he says, from home to save his worthless life from two articles to complete the portrait in on its business. The ctse attracts much ing of the convention. their vengeance. Retribution is said to be attention. suitable style; a hickory broom Is one of were elected J. G. Carter and J. R. Cook slow but are, In this case it has been as One of the ablest constitutional law- permanent officers for a year. The mem-be- the articles. swift is even Jay Gould could wish. The entertainment given by the young yers in Kentucky has been looking into of the Executive Board are. Mt. Senator Semiy's opposition to the con- the matter, and is of the opinion that the Vernon precinct, Dr. A. G. Lovall and ladles Social Club at "Cambua Kenneth" tinuation of the Geological Sarvey has recent law making gambling in this State McDuff Ward; Scraggs Creek, P. D. Col-y- er; the home of Mr. and Mrs. C, P. Cecil, on Thursday night was the exciting social eyerlaBtingly cooked his political goose in a felony is clearly unconstitutional. LouGlades, J. H. Albright; Copper Creek, event of the season. The magnificent new Eastern Kentucky. The next Governor- isville Times. Alex. Lusk; Bcaflold Cane, Parker Andership will not go to the county of CampAnother call for bonds is made. It is son; Rounds tone, William Mullini; Liv- house was tastefully decorated with everCitlettsburg Democrat. We don't $4,000,000 of the three per cent, loan of ingston, B. B, YanNuys. Delegates were greens and fliwers and from 10 o'clock unbell. believe the individual had much of a goose 1882, and notice is given that the principal then appointed to district convention to be til 3 A. M , there was dancing to the music of George's Lexington orchestra. This to cook, but there are many other things and accrued interest will be paid on the held at Stanford. W. H. Jones, B. B, w 5E!5lS5SsBslsMPfc' than the one referred to that have furnish- first of July, 1886, and that the interest will YanNuys and Miss Mattie Williams were fine estate was formerly owned by the great surgeon, Dr. Ephntm McDowell, and fire to do him up brown, ed the cease on that day. appointed. This consumed all the afterIn Arkansas, Wm. Gark was chastis noon, Every one present seemed to be was by him given the name it bears. Durbin Wars, of the fast expir Gen. Mr. James R. Carrigan, the well ing his eon when his wife requested him to aroused and it is thought that much good ing line of reputable Ohio democrats, died Known architect, whose illness has been complying with her request, will result from this convention. The Saturday, aged 67, He was promoted from desist. Not 5) him on the head with a hoe, in- next convenlon will be held at this place noted, died at his residence here Friday to a brigadier general during the she struck a private night at 8 o'clock. When first taken flicting injuries from which he soon after- the 3d Thursday in October, 1880. war, but he was too good a man for the sick about three months ago he was thought SmtUEYN,boodle democrats after peace was declared wards died. She was committed to jail. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNJT. to be suffering from malarial troubles that The Masonic Hall property at this and they declined to honor him according Albert Lewis struck Wm. Bandige in would soon yield to treatment, but be to his deserts. Among the battles la which place has cost the fraternity from first to last about $12,000, and this week it was the head with a rock Saturday night, but lingered along without much improvement he took part were those of Perryville and sold for $4,000. The purchaser, Mrs. Lulu escaped before the minions could lay hands until within the past few weeks when Mill Springs in this Elate. acute lung disease was developed. Toward Brock, proposes to build up one of the best on him. . . . Grain, Wool, Heeds, Feed, Coul, dumber, "Etc. loquacious old gentle- boarding-school- s Tho Boyle County JJible Society met the last he became much emaciated Tand . Col. Folsoji, the in the Rate. Somerset night the Christian church. The sec- suffered greatly but bore his Bufferings with who was so tickled at the idea of his Banner. last man There is neither public use nor public retary and treasurer presented their reports a fortitude that was characteristic of the granddaughter, Miss Frankie, marrying a President, died before witnessing the event stntiment demanding a Bub treasury in and addresses were made by Revs. E. H. man. He stood high in his profession aLd it was a common remark that when Carrihe longed to ree consummated, having been Louisville. It is purely a gratuitous piece Pierce and O. A. Bartholomew. Buddenly taken offlaBt week at the age of of log rolling on tho part of Mr. Willis. Old wheat is worth 85 cento in Dan- gan turned over a building to the owner it The deeper he can get his arm into the ville. Dealers are offering 65 cents for contained everything called for by the 80 years. Among the numerous minstrel, says there is public treasury the happier he seems to be. new wheat, but farmers are not willing to specifications, Tilly Rick, the Louisville Democrat. take that prico and threaten to grind and structures be planned and superintended doubt about Mr. Cleveland getting mar-rle- J no the erection of, are the Hocker Female Mr. Georgo H. Pendleton, wife of the eat their crops rather than sell at C5. for ho called at the White House six United States Minister to Berlin, was at Mr. W. A. Adams, formerly of Pu College at Lexington; the Court-hous- e timeJ while in Washington to see his old -- DKALBUSINhere Friday at Somerset; the State Institute for Deaf and each time ho sent out thrown from her carriage in Central Park, laski, died at his residence friend Grove New York, last week, and received such 10 o'clock and was buried Saturday. Mr. Mutes locited here nnd many privato resi- Drugs, Books, Stationery and word, "I'm engaged.'' This ought to settle injuries as caused her death ten minutes Adams wai Brat taken with 'pneumonia nnd dences throughout Central Kentucky. The Fancy Articles. it. afterwards. She was CI years old and an after partly recovering froni that disease funeral took place Sunday evening at S. X nail's days of usefulness amiable and 'The Bcv. He was 3 o'clock and was conducted by Utopia Pbyilclaoi' prtscrlptJont cumclj rompoamlttl accomplished woman. was stricken with consumption. aro'nbariug the end. He has accepted the All W. L. Porter, Chairman of the Demo- 68 years old. Lodge No, 33 Knights of Prthias of which nomination or it'dngress by the prohibicratic Cimmlttee of the Eleventh district, The beautiful Dr. D. O. Tuckei'd little sob, Da Witt, deceased was a member. JEWJFXERS. tionists of Louisville and will bo swallowhas called a meeting of that committee to is quite HI with remittent fever,, Mrs. H. and impresaivo burial lersice was read by ed up in the maeletorm of politics. assemble nt CiMpbell a vlj lei on June,8 tode P.Msj'fomerly'Jlies JudithJ&uestJwhoee Rev, E. M. Green, tho Chaplain of the The Largest Stook of Watohes, Olooks, Jewelry and Bilvorwara It is a remarkable fact that In all these termlnejupon'the time and place, ajwhlch- home.is. inlMoblle, is hero on anviaittojier a Lodge, Mr. Carrigan's wife, a eon and davs ot elrtkfs and labor mutteriags there to hWd a convention lo nominato a demo- father's family. Mrs. Guesrand Miss Lin-nl- three daughters all grown, survive him and ETer bought to thtsmarhet PtIbm Lower than .. manBiMturifS J' "ilic randidate to succeed Gen. Wolford ,t t, Guest returned fromjt visit to Louis- - are tho recipients of much sympathy over ,i T !. hw U, ttjd Wt hi , ' I . I inCbngrejB. fnhtfl ou tbvit uuiikw aui rfftmuunl. their great Joes. Saturday, ville oh tricls of the South. e Col. Gilbert G. Garrard, of Marches- ter, Clay county, is an applicant for the Indian agency at Rosebud, Dak. The Court House at Lexington has cost $130,305 23 and the stone ol which it is to be built has already began to disin tegrate. The Chicago packers who agreed to the demands for eight hours labor a day, have found that it is impossible for them to continue business on those hours and will return to the ten hour rule or shut tip shop. Being put off the train for refusing to pay his fare Moses Dawson, colored, opened fire on the train with his pistol and mortal ly wounded A. G. Clinton, a passenger. He was subsequently captured and lodged Tania. AVALANCHE OF BARGAINS! STORE-ROO- M CROWDED" FLOOR TO CEILING. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, See How OTucIi We can Sell for a Dollar ! Department Attached ,., i"i Wo Keep Everything Pertaining to a with a Eull and Complete Shoe, Mat and Jry Goods Htore. Clothing .,...... ,.. ..n "" "r"00"i' iti car-loa- S. I. Powers Co.'s Great Bargain Store. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Bat-tert- on lf liw-abidin- g Hetoaii Low m Wmtm, -- e, ALWAYS IN THE MARKET, y a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has alwajfS been Complete, Hardware, Embracing Everything, well-writte- lt semi-annuall- y METOALF WOMEN & lOSTTJEJEC. MENEFEE. & Farminglmplements and Machin ery, rs W&m Boggiest titinstases -- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, 'AMiitef PHARMACISTS. . ijJ3TTi' r r.- - w , jay, i jr,r?sGZ 355? 3 tmi-3KcchI Inttriorlpurw May 25, 1686 A BOYS' REFORM SCHOOL JfiY(?9UIJ) HOW AX ,piE. VIOLET TIME. The time wksmrook at maddest, and the RIYALS FOR THE CUP. Stanford, Ky DESCRIPTION OF OF METTRAY. MILLIONAIRE GREAT THE LIVE8 AND WOBK8. W. P. WALTON. Mary Walker. There nro two thing about this noted llttlo woman that no follow can find out. Nobody ever did find out yet, and Uio pro poet Is tho doctor will go down to the crnvo Looping hor mouth shut on theso two important mntter. Who says no woman but Becky Jones enn kop n secret! Ono of tho thing nobody con ascertain nbout I)r, Mary U where, tho got tho tltJo of doctor, tbo other u I'ronch Training School fur Abandoned Children, foundlings and Young Wanderers In the Streets Strict Discipline Occupations Taught. in, 7, Mettray. which was the great good work begun by i)e Met, and enrrlcd on by tho two frionda Do Mutz and Do Courtellle.4, was opened to children in 1WL Hut seven months before, in July, 18 W, a school was opened thore of the utmost importance, namely, for the education ot the housefathers. It was tlm purpouo of De Motz, and has ulways boon one of tii funda montal principles at Mettray, to divide tbo ho wold sho U. Tbo young porsous committed to it Into group latter, of courso, It or families. The MX) children are distributed In twenty famlllen, of about each, living private, and nobody' business, each In n soparate house and ruled by a but the flrtt li house father. Now, De Mots understood thnt tho success or failure of his great ex something periment must doend mainly on tho houseBomowhcro late-1- y fathers. Accordingly, his first step was to a newipapor ro open a school thoroughly to train suitable msrkM that tho persons for this responsible work Imfore a livdy'i mother bad single (.hud n received at the colony. s aro the governors ot tne The Justdlod, aged 83, special families confided to them, but they There U a tradition, too, that havo under them assistants, and some of the she wit born In boys tbenuelve axe trusted with authority, New York state. according to their good behavior, under ' There U another the tttlo of Krcre einex, that Is, elder brotA colotrndltlon which her; and this principle of making the be, nists govern themselves, as far as may 1 o whlspor peop many way through tho establishwith bated Ijreaio. runs in Military order prevails. Tne boy 1 : -- Uw It that onos, mentdress, kneel for prayer, fold their hamsoma time in the rite, mocks, march silently to breakfast and to remote and evonlng Dr. Mary work, and so again at clothoj stretch their ueatly and lie hammocks, fold a husband, down to sleep, alltheir bugle call. had by whom she tried a KTiucTNUis or tux ctHCirusc while, and finding The discipline I severe. In tnts remarkho was not agree-- able colony I am not describing a pioco of nblo, repudiated ca MAIir WALKER. bjro with scorn, tender sentlmentallsm, but an enlightened treatment for moral disorder. The very nnd thereafter went her iwrksHi war Alone, least Infraction ot the rules is punished. Do she had him so MeU understood the humane view of o, Hut If so, before she left hltn mill trnfnrd thnt bo would not talk. that not severity, but CJrtolnty, of since the punishment is what Is necestary. The penDr. Mary Walker has been ever one of tho curiosities of the capital, like alties at Mettray are reprimands, public and the Washington monument and the United private, but always given after an interval, r State senate This is because she wear that both tho boys and the trousers and a man's frock coat, and a hat or director may have bad time to reflect half male and half female. Bho doe not and grow calm, loss of rank, as, for exOn tho contrary, look bad In this costume. ample, reduction from the position of eldor with her small feet and delicate feature the brother in a family ; loss of recreations and average herd other privileges, aud, finally, xondnsraent really look right cuto; but the of humanity doWt soo that sort ot thing in a cell But the boy punished to this exevery day, therefore- It nrch.es Its back and treme doToe is not loft alone, but continuhowls. ally visited by the director or by the houseDr. Mary did good and unselfish work In father, and earnestly talked with and adthe army hospitals during the war, work for vised in the paternal, patient wny which which she has not boen paid to this day. Tho gives tho colony its name La Societo Pator-nell- o newspaper that have boon guying nnd which is its formal, legal designation. tho Um, nervous little woman for For more than in penalties trust is put In the past twrnty-f- l vo years havo boon In rather rewords, of whlib there are many, and One of the high-c- t some of them ingenious. small buolnost. 's is the roll of honor on which the Arthur's Children. name is Inscribed after three months Arthur term to of excelltnt conduct, in which he has reThe fact that bo slowly going out of life Invwt him nnd ceived not a single puulsbment. Onco on hli belongings with interest During tho this roll, says M. Dlanchord, the present ditima of hi nwtdenco In Ute Whlto Houso it rector, the boy Usavod, for almost never 1 was known that lie wn a' widower, with two a name, once luscrlbed,orasod, and, if erased, children, Nellie and Allan. Mr. Arthur's It is by voto ot his fellow members ot the roll. wlfo, Commodore Hcrndon's daughter, died After four success! ve enrollments that Is, of in January, 1SS1, after her husband had been course, after a year of absolutely exemplary ejected conduct o, badge or order is given to bo Young Allan Arthur is a good deal of ft worn as a sign of distinction aud conQdsnco. dude and dandy. lie baa norer shown any Various privllsgm go with the position on very marked mental peculiarities, ono way the roll of honor (for example, from this the or the other. Ills only claim to dis- elder brothers of the family are chosen), and is that flually the liberty ot the colonist. For no tinction, so far as known, bo broke n marriage engagement with boy Is sent to Mettray on a time sentence, n pretty girl while hU father was president. but to be cured, and there he stays under He was then about ID years old. Up to tills moral treatment until healod in his souL TAt'OHT AT MKTTltAV. OCCUI'ATIO.NS tlrno ha is nut known to have contracted any The occupations at Mettray are both now one. mental and manual The common branches of education are taught. Also music, and tho director records that not only is much proficiency mad in this art, and with great subsotjuont usefulness to those who enter the army, because they are often received into Uie military bands, but also that It Is a great healing power, and that sometimes the first step or sign ot a young colonist in 4sPS-jrffa good direction will date from his music J flfl i I logons. Agriculture is tho main pursuit, and one of the chief reliances of M. De Met for moral olToct, so that the placo Is called the Agricultural Colony of Mettray. But many, ycry many, manual Uodis are also taught, and s;ciui provision is made for boys who come from seaport towns and have a tarto for maritime Ufa. They aro Instructed in sailor's duties, and practiced In the evolutions by means of a model of a threo masted ship, which Is rigged in tho dif-foro- ut house-father- m Bee-carl- w How Ho rrovldcs for Ills Family The Talatlal FstatilUhtnent Tie Keeps for Their Accommodation and the Cost of Running Thorn. One of tho best hatod mon on the American continent is aid to bo Jay Gould, and Ids enemies are not among tho poorly paid on his railroads, but hU rival employe money kiflgs and tho financial wrecks of Wall street Bomo years ago, when perlodlo reports of Gould's failure would como on tho street, it was notioeablo that never would ono hear ono word of sympathy for his supposed misfortune. Tho numbor of traps, in the wny of pool and combination, that were laid for this daring speculator, will, of course, never bo known. But now that ho has intrenched himself In a financial position that appear Invulnerable, tho envy and jonlousj brought about by this man's successes ho settled into positive bnta. Gould wa by nature unsocial to a certain degree; then. In tho brigandish business of Wall street, In which raids nro made on people' fortunes, It can bo readily understood now the most successful raider would become tho Ishmoel of such a plaoe. Mr, Gould is at home, though, tho very of hu bands and fathers. It is a question whether among tho wholo galaxy of New York millionaires there Is one that provide so lavishly for tho comfort of his family and tho core of his homo. Mr. Gould never could endure society, and his wife's taste in this direction appears to bo similar to his. It seems to be a desire of tho family to live in themselves. Though the Goulds are Invited to all tbo swellost entertainment of the other mosey kings, you norer boor of them attending oca George, tbo eldest son, i a handsome man et 3), wbo.n any society would have great pleasure In honoring, yet it has never bees able to capture him, Mr. Gould ha six children, among whom be aoems to take his greatest enjoyment. Ho Is always In a hurry to get heme to them. On his pleasure trips lie alwiys carries them with him, nnd ho can occttlonally bo soon leading ono of them by thj hand while out tor a walk. He has but ot daughter. st houso-fathe- InrTl HO ItH 'ibRbBi cat-hauli- oolo-nlst- uk. qocld's colony. (tx on Arthur has Lexington ntuniio. not had u vory jolly tlrno of it in tho lost six years, and his painful, lingering illness at present is no Improvement on tho rest of his luck. Hut throughout there has been one steady ray of sunshino to his life. That fa hi llttlo daughter Nellie. Bho was nbout 13 year Old when hor father became president, on Innocent, lovely, sweet little girL Bhe Is Bhe resemnow approaching womanhood. bles her father In face and features far more than her brother, and seems to be tho butt boy of tho two. Honoring Simon Cameron. During tho twriod of hli active carter no public man over encountorod moro constant or moro violent opposition than .Simon Cameron, of Pennsylvania; yet, now that he has retired, to spend his green and vigorous old age among his neighbors, no one is moro honored, moro confided in, or moro beloved than he. Not merely the members of his own party gather at his call, but tho mom-bor- a of every party, and men of mark in every lino of life, rejoice in the bounteous hospitality dispensed at hU country borne at Donegal, in Lancaster county. A party of tnoro than thirty gentlemen were entertained tboro recently, including a senator, such us Morrill, of dozen Vermont; Bock and Blackburn, of Kentucky; Gray, of Delaware; Logan, of Illinois; Halo, of Maine; Butlor, of Bouth Carolina, and Hearst, of California, with Samuel J. Randall, of Philadelphia; Governor Pattison, and John Arnot, of New York, bonlde A number of conspicuous railroad mon. Journalist, lawyers, and manufacturers. It was a delightful occasion, nnd for years we hnvo not seen den. Cameron in suchntrcngth or such spirits, Now York Bun. has tho gout, or, rathor, the gout has tho famous Bpurgoon. 'Tia an honot milady, and yet it should spare preachers. Probably Mr. Spurgeon la expiating tho sins of some thirsty and portly nnewtor who lived In the days when port was lit to drink and men wore fit to drink It. It I a consolation to any Englishman to feol that, if ho must havo a disease, ho has'an hereditary one. Besides, tho gout has a fondness for great company. Thermlghtlrit monarch, awful t his toe: lluit howl wbeu tirioi Arthritis nil hi toot. New York Bun. Tho famous Bpurgoon At.t.AN AKt) KKLLIK AUTIIUIt Allan lives with his father In tho houso Mettray may be said to stand securely on threo point ot support first, the separation and all into families with a house-fathe- r the moral Influences going therewith; secondly, thorough instruction and occupation, chiefly in agriculture. The third I havo now to speak of, namely, what the authorities call patronage, that U to say, their perpetual care of thoir liberated colonist to the end of life, De Moti declared that Mettray was a paternal society, veritably paternal, aad that therefore its colonists should be followed with a father's care perpetually. Accordingly, patrons are carefully sought to look after the colonist sent out into free life, and to surround them with constant friendship and guardianship. In another way the truly perpetual character of the institution Is maintained. Tho colonists may always return to it at any-timof life, as to a father's houM always open to thorn. It they are out ot work they havo refuge there until they can find employment again; if in troublo, there 1 kind welcome, advice and love Always awaiting them, If sick, the doors of the Infirmary are always open to them. There are touching stories of anxiety to reach Mettray again ln'alcX-nes- s and death What a contrast to the effect of the ordinary barbarous prison. Cor. Chicago Herald. Manuscript of Germany National Song. Tho Emperor William boa purchasod for 20,000 marks tho original manuscript of tho German national song, "Die Wacht Am into the Rholn.M Tbo manuscript cam possession of M. Manntl, a Bwiss forest inspector living nt Btrthoud, near Bern, through the circumstance of hli being the axecutor of Uerr Bcheneckenburger, the author ot the song. Foreign Letter. e For his family Mr. Gould has provided, beside a country home worth $2,000,000, a house In tho city that Is positively palatial It Is situated on the northeast corner of h street, Now Fifth avenue and York. The exterior ot tbo house la plain ot It Tbi U characteristic looking. owner. Never doos bo make a display ot his wealth or power. To pass this timid, plainly drrevd little man in the street no one would suspect from hi appearance that he planned Black Friday or was tho largest owner practically ot railroad and telegraph lines in the world. Bo It is with his houso. There Is nothing About it exterior that would Attract one's attention, but once across its threshold tho richness and tasto ot it owner becomes apparent. There are a half million dollars' worth of painting on the walls, and tho decorations and furnishings are everything that tatto could suggest and unlimited means supply. The house 1 a perfect library as well, as lt proprietor Is a persistent seeker after Information ot various kinds and keeps book Of reference on every pawl bio subject at hand, while telegraphic and telephone communication keeps him Informed ot passing events even In advance of tho prow. BotnoJde ot the magnitude of the duties within the etUbUshmost may be gloaned from tho fact that there aro employed therein twenty scrvanto, including the three tutor for the threo younger boy. Theso employe of tho house ore paid $11,000 a year, or (JO per day. Tbo expenses of his steam yacht Atalanta when ho is on board ot her is estimated at $60 por day, whllo tho expenses of hk summer heae on tho banks of tho HudeeA.k said to be (SS0 a (toy. Att this Mr. Gould lavishes On hk family. Forty-sevent- cirr x aksios. nUhreTMgrapU. building ontirondway, Ho-com- JAY OOULO AT WORK. Mr. Gould in hlscfllce In the West-Tosoo Foreign Travel and Gold Rxport. Tho banker, Henry Clew, calls attention to tho influonce the remarkably large and annually Increasing foreign travel has upon somo f70,O0O,O0(i will be required to meet tho demand ot this army of tourists. Chi-- ,; cngo Journal Hie English l'rencher Bourgeon. tho export of "gold. It Is estimated that Well Men. dothnm' Sixty-FoAccording to the Now York Morning now1 plutocratlo thermometer, Journal' men in New tboro aro onbr about sixty-fou- r York whoso fortune reach the $1,000,000 ilegreo; all below that, figure aro lumped ' under tho ominous form, poverty. ur ' nf Superior Intelligence. Cartersvllle, Go., is proud of Joe, a dog of superior intelligence. Ho has boon, known to seize un ear of corn, carry it to u rat hole, shell off a few kornols, back off out of A 1S Throe chorry blossoms are to bo noon on soto paper now. It Is the Japanese symbol ot happiness. CVrARKU CUUED, beslta and swcetl.breslh jcurd bv ahlloti' CsUrrh Remedy. Pries Me Nwl lujeitor frw. For isle by M, L. Bourne. any portle wUhlug to Interview him they must bo person 01 consiaerauie inauence, or bq In possession of a vory promising scheme, before they ran obtain an audience with this financial wizard, xnoy win una mm a very courteous gentltman, who will listen attentively and say vory little, but It thoy expect to read In his faco the, impression. their wordsr are having on htra thoy wjU bo'mUtaWn. HI black eyefl are large and piercing, but they will ABuma an expression of staring Into vaoancy that Woden their possessor' thoughts absolutely unfathomable. It goes without saying that Mr. Gould 1 a methodical nian, and no general ever hod n better trained staft ot lieutenant than ho. It Is tbrouch them that ho has reared the rtreniondou straoture of which ho U himsolf the keystone. Will tho fabric foil to piece when ho Is withdrawn from it! . ,Mv Gould He Is just M Is a carefully presorvoJ man. years ot age, and looks as if he could work and nlan for a miarter century to como. ur tAlti t.utiKilf iiirtX,.AB fMttbl bythsr DLUUl A4kVt- tSIUM A, IUSU' . New York city, ono wpuld scarcely realize that he wo Interested In business to tbo exdown to busitent of 1160,000,000. ness on tho elovnted railroad early In tho day and glides Into his oillce quickly and noUclrssly; then be usually removes his coat it the weather is worm and pitches into the mass of reports and other papers or- If thero nrw rnrrA tnr M nnnmnl PROSPECT OF THE GREATEST YACHTIs like usk' tmrat Of ING 8EAS0N EVER KNOWN. AftsfMio IlfMsA Wha the violoU thirst For. Iffp'K warm touches, and bllttie maid- flSCO Kngllsh Vessel Thnt Is Intended to No roetVtt rough frozen footprint o'er tho Tbo Carry Away the Cup It's Atnorican aw, Dofondors Tho YnohU Doing Ilullt to But with tbo blood nil warm to so who first Shall bear the fragrant trophies from tho Sustain American Honor. qckl, The coming season Is going to bo a vory For where the violet hides itaelf thoy know, interesting ono in tho wny of yachting conAmid the stony places tests. A furthor impetus is gUcn to this anemono And where the palo, love-sicWaits to bo pressed to die upon Loyo's sport from tho rcnowod effort which Is about to bo mado to capture tho International breast, And where tho columbine and cowslips bo, challongo cup, which wa won by tho yacht Aud whore the wood bird makes hi ready America in 1631 over tho fastest of European sailing craft. Thd splendid victory ot tho nest High In tho hollow of the groat rock's crest. rurltan last year has spurred tho Britain to send this season tho very fleetest of thoir -- A. T. L. "single stick racing machines" to carry back IN FRANCE tho cup. This vessel is tho cutter Galatea, MODERN ownoJ by Lieut Henn, of tho British navy. Dwelling Along the Loire, Perched on High Like Vagles' Kcsts. Baumur having been greatly modernized since tho building ot the railroads and tho dovoloptpent of it commerce, ha lost many ot 1U old dwelling. But about the old cos-tland In omo ot tho street of tbo neighborhood are still found some houss of .groat antiquity, somo with the upper stories projecting as we soe them In antiquated But the most curious architectural 'features ot the Loire valley are tho e house excavated Jn the face of the cliff, which occur with more or loss frequency for a distance of seventy-fiv- e miles along tho river. Sometimes the Inhabitants Of almost nn entlro village live this subterranean life in dwellings large or small And more or low elaborate. Here a row of chlmnoy may be fieen rising among the vine that crown the cliff, wreathod with smoke and scarcely a sign of, a house-frovisible There, halt the bouse project, built in regular fashion, the rest being within the rock. TITE OAUATKA. tioai dwelling aro elaborate, having a This Is the cutter Galatea on which British smooth And regular front of stone, two or boatmen build tho hopo of being able to more stories in height, with show Yankoo skippers tho superiority of windows and evsry sign of oivillsod mid re- their naval architecture. Well, England fined .habitation, though oory room Is d should know something about boat building the face ot the cliff. Along tho river by this time, Bho has, since tho docodene these of our ship building Industry, boon tho great between Baumur and Montsoroau house ore very curious, sometimes forming ship manufactory of tho world. Thouseveral stories, A narrow roadway passing sands of her designers, modelers, marine along, Hie roofs otono story and giving ac- architect's and seamen havo boon glvirg cess to tho' house or flats of the next Not continuous thought problem to tho Infrequently the root ot on houso serves as of fast sailing craft Bo thoy bring to a yard or garden Jo that nbovp.it. Isre and boar on tho subject years of experiment there may be seen A balcony perched on the and expcrlonoe, whllo our modolers aro face of tbo clllf like: n eagle' nest, with but amateurs compared with them, and yet women knitting, making rosaries or en- tho experience ot the thirty years that wo gaged in domostlo duties. One ot tbo larg- havo held this cup proves that though Engest, which extends along the hillside a land may laboriously evolve a raoor In which of several hundred foot, was formerly all tho Improvements thoy consider possible used by the state as a lunatic asylum. aro concentrated, Yankee Ingenuity will Within are salon, massive stairways cut Immediately como to tho roscuo and dovlso a solid rock and long galleries, on olther craft to beat hor. in the side of which are tho cells in which the paTho Galatea has a hull of stool and Is tient were confined. It wo abandonod from the tremondous spread of y oar ago, but somo parts canvas she carries as compared with tho size about twenty-fivof it have since boon temporarily occupied ot the hnlL Bho was built at Greenock, on by a French marquise, who fitted it up lux- the Clyde, for uso solely as a racer. Just uriously and said her prayers with the what her dimensions and that of her spars sister who occupy the chateau at the foot will bo cannot bo loarnod, as her designer, of the bill built by Louis XIV for Madame Mr. Beavor Webb, is now making oxtonslvo Montespan. ' The lirtt idea ot these houses alterations in hor which it will bo his enwas probably given by the quorriej, which deavor to keep her competitors on this side are numerous la the country. Bevorol of the water from knowing until racing day. thousand people aro thus boused within We will l3 In a better position to defend twenty mile of Baumur. The rock Is dry tho cup thii year, as tho committeo of tho and they seem to be as healthy as the peasNow York Yacht, club, antry about them. Rente are reasonable, a of a competitor for tho that has tho selection Galatea, will have, poor man being able to have a hole la the Pris-clll- a, tried Puritan the rock, warm In winter and fresh In summer, besidetwo alreadymore promising and yachts to even for 110 a year. Saumur Cor. San Francisco choose from. The Atlantic, of Now York, Chronicle. named after 'ho club whoso members aro The Hereafter of Different Nations. building her, And tho Mayflower, a new and Some two thousand years ago the Delphic enlarged mcdel ot tho Purl tan, from tho oracle Informed an anxious inquirer that bands of the same designer. the best ot all religion I that of a man' own oountry. ParadUo tradition, at least, seem certainly to owe much of their local popularity to a peculiar local fitness. Jn a swamp village of the upper Congo the Ragotlnskl last summer interbrother viewed a woolly presbyter, who informed them that in tho for west, beyond the grave, there was a volloy of peace, where good spirits flit about, engaged In catching mojqultoes, and protecting the sleep of the just The paradise of the Botocudo Is a land of cool streams, shaded by forests so tree from undsrbruah that the blest departed can ramble for miles without scratchs ing their sensitive eldns. All believe in a thickly-woode- d horoatter. The Yokooti, of eastern Siberia, hopo to find a land of ready-lightefires, hung around with bubbling kettles of flsh-olJT JbUJiuJJA IIMHKVc,iJjJ The natives of the lower Carolines dream of An islo ot souls so large that a tipsy man can stumblo about all night without fear of breaking his neck in the shore-clif- f a Our Baxon forefathers hoped to lino thelr transdgured tripes with beer and TIIE ATLANTIC. a diet which would make a Turk Tho Atlantic, liko tho othor contestants Inprefer the other place. The spirits of tho tended to protect tho cup, Is a sloop or Scandinavian braves slaughter each othor "single stick" yacht Bho is beinir fitted out in the ball of Ihor; and that the Greeks In Brooklyn, N. Y. Her dimensions ore 03 were at heart less truculent is proved by tho feet 1 inch ovor nli; extremo beam, S3 foot sentimental pastime of their elysium. S Inches; draught amldsbip, 8 feet 10 inches; Chinese paupers, pinched by hunger and displacement, 103 tons. She will carry on Buddhism, hope at least for the advent of kcol S3 tons of load as outsldo ballast. a golden age, when arery man's paunch hor length of her srars are: Mast, 81 foot; The shall bo as convex as a prize pumpkin. topmast, 49 feet; tho boom will bo TO foet, Few Moilems would accept a pass to a par- with a gnff of 43 feot; her bowsprit will be adise without hour!, and a poor Esquimau (54 feet, and hor spinnaker boom 75 feet whom I lev. Claas Hansen hoped to charm One sorious drawback with thft Puritan with the prospect ot a heaven without ice last season was the fact that she was a bran and sea monsters declined the offer on the now boat manned by a "scratch" crew; that ground that Greenlanders can not subsist Is, men picked up here and there, men who witnout walrus blubber. Dr. Follx L. had nover worked together nor had they time to learn the workings of thoir ship, whllo tho Gcnesta was manned by mon who What Hughes Say of Jtugby Colony. The Ruebr eolonr in Tennessee was know ovory strand of hor rigging from the founded ou a rigid temperance basts. The exporienco of sovcrnl seasons. The Atlant'o will have this advantage u& U4UUI iu nujr tutiu naa Ula ur uuiuuu socially forbidden In all the conveyances, over tho Puritan, that her captain and crew and it wa designed to have a temperance though now to the vessel will bi expert yacht community there In the strictest sonso. sailors. Among- the colonist Is a physician, who take tho largest Interest in the colony, and who ho boon experimenting In every direo- cmv aw a m, aupwu iw. UU14 fcu ouu vuu He has discovered that viticulture Is Jutt the thing, and U growing grape and rook' ing wine there. He seems to have hit the right thing, too, Here Is somo ot his product. The red wise Isn't as good as Chacv bertlni J, wUUodmit, and the white ,1s a Utile Inferior to' Glesler dry. But It Is a pretty ' gOOd product CT H8W SOU ana nW Vines, and In yearn to'come will be worth some- .,..... ,vv , would i was launchod as a tsftfttal satUement, go down to fame ai A producer ot mild in toxlaut; even' ttlthey don't get a far Ini tbelr Iniquitous defiance ot morality a to distill strong waters, too. Iu the days of our grandchildren we may havo them talkTUB MATFWWin. ing of Bugby brandy just as thoy talk of It was understood that Mr. Burgess, the Schiedam schnapps. London Letter., designer of tho victorious Puritan, wishod to try and build a sloop that would bo slightly Landlord's I'lan to Avoid "Tlps and at tho same tho His system, if peculiar, is certainly an larger than much Puritan, speed. Gon. C J. greater ingenious ono. He ha divided his corps ot time possess enthuslastio yatchtsman, who, it waiters into throa sets, which during an Paine, an will bo remembered, purchased tho Puritan ordinary meal employs one to each coarse. when sho was sold last year, gave tho famThe 'meal Is ordered bv o guest Of ono trying this served, ous designer an opportunity of on tho Purl-ta. waiter; Is brought by another 'and at least, of Improving while a waiter, or waitress, takes and exe The ordor was given but fall to go cute the order for dessert. No one waiter expense. Mr. Burgess having served one guest throughout a meal, ahead, and spare noand after many suggesup his no tip Is) expected and none "offered. Mer- made by Gon. plans, tho designs were d Paine tions chant Traveler. and tho keel of the Mayflower was laid ruWMni on the spot from which tho Puritan grew into shape. Unusual care has been taken hi tbo selection of tho timber ot which sbe is Sho has boon successfully constructed. launched, and nas been pronounced perfect by jDxpcrts. Her lead koel weighs about thirty-Mve- n tons. Tho giro of her mast and spars havo not yet been decided on. For the sake of comparison thd principal dimensions of the hulls of the four voisels ore os follows: OfllatfH ......100 length orrralL ft. M k Purtton Atlantis Mayflower CLIFF-DWELLE- will begin n sorlcs of competition trials to discover which ono will uphold tho America flag and protect tho America's cup inths throo races to bo sailed with tho Britisher this summer. It is evidont from the preparations being mado that Ynnkoo yachtsmen ore awnke to tho fact that they expect an unusually lost competitor in tho Galatea. And thoy also reallzo that should tho cup onco get over te the other sido of tho Atlantic it would be noxt to impossiblo to regain It, owing to tb narrowness of tho Royal Yacht club rules. BARTLEY Tlio Welt-Know- In. W" alt ft As soon an our vessels are fitted out tbey - ,.. 13 17 21 IVam. ft. ft. 7 In. ft. 2 In. Dmncht. 13 en. ft. ft. 8 10 IB 8 o CAMPBELL. Uine-(ton- nt "feSSllf: I'lnywrlcht n Menial and Fhyslcnl Wreck. He has gone quite Poor Bartley Campbell off his head. They say he has followed la tho footsteps of John McCullough. They say, too, that dissipation of various kinds He was a brilliant. caused his downfall Jolly fellow, who certainly deserved a better fate than to go crazy. He was born in Pittsburg, Pa., nearly or quite fifty years ago. Ho was n poor boy to begin, and the same fate has stuck to him ever slnco, with tho exception of seven years, when he wai in clover, and spent money like n 1 white-curtaine- d bo-hin- wnter. Ho was a newspaper reporter, working on The Pittsburg Dispatch till he was 27. He was chiefly noted for his uncommon imagina tion. They say It was a good deal easier for him to write n thing up without seeing it than with. This brilliant imagination got him into trouble sometimes, when unreasonable people Insisted on drawing tho lino between fact and fancy, but it helped him tne story writing business. i. probable that OTJ out of every 1,000 It is nowspapor reporters try their hand at play writing. To be tho groat - j w J dis-stan- ce jja. writer,yetwho hav appeared Enever on the sceuo, to American plo? write a tremendbut drama, and thereafter sortie down nnil II vn nfT hk w$Mw BAWUCY CAMPBKLU o capo nowspapor drudgery this is tho golden dream of tho average journalist. Mr. Campbell had tweu tinkering at play writing many year before ho produced "My Partner," his first success. Ho gays, however, that tho idea was put into his head by tho praise bestowed on a story ho dramatised for somo amateurs to play. But bo scribbled and had hard luck years before there wo any reward. Ho led the forlorn hope of drama writing and play acting. He started companies about tho country who broko up and walked hack home trying to produce his unsuccessful plays. He was tho byword for failure with the- desert-dweller- d L pork-tteak- s, atrical peoplr At last "My Partner" hit the mark. At last money and a name were wafted on the r. breath of public applause, to tho forlorn Mr. Campbell went to Europe. He drove about tho streets of beautiful Paris. He was shown tho splendid mansions of the popular actors and theatre managers there "Where do the authors of the plays liver asks Bartley. He was shown their cheap nnd shabby houses. "I will bo both author and manager," thon said ho. When ho returned home to produced his own plays, traveling about the "The country nnd superintending them. Galley Slavo" was his next successful drams. After that canto "The White Slavo" and "Siberia." He had plenty of money then, and no end of friends. He wai liberal with his money, giving to everybody that asked. But at length ho put n bad play on the stage at the Fourteenth Streot theatre, New York, of which he was the leeuco nnd manager. It failed, and Campbell himself west west with it, leaving his New York theatre to bo managed for him. The play failed all along. His affairs became embarrassed and were put Into a receiver's hands. Campbell returned to Now York, nnd acted very queer. One of his exploits was to break into the box oftlce of his theatre and take t herefrom sixty tickets, which he scattered promiscuously among pcoplo ho knew. Now at last it is feared ho has all gone to pieces mentally. He resembles strongly tho late Artemus Ward. He has a tall, slouchy, d figure, which adds to the likeness. Mr. Campbell has uorked incessantly for his success, and It is melancholy to thini of the fate that has overtaken him. play-writeloose-jointe- Os-wa- employ Mr, Gould's Country Home. Mr. Gould's country residence at Irvinglos was considered by its original owner, George Dawson Merritt, tho most elegant, nttroo-tlvand thoroughly equipped summer residence in tho country. Mr. Gould paid $200,-00- 0 for the property in 1S80, nnd it Is now worth $1,000,000 at a low estimate. The houso is Gothio In style, and is 3,000 feol from the Hudson river, commanding a magnificent visw. It has twenty rooms above tho basement On the second floor U a fine art gallory oxtendlng tho entire dopti. Mangold, tho steward of tho houso. at Irvlngton, has been in Mr. Gould's o - receives a salary of $3,000. Tho lawn about acres in extent, and the nousd Is ninety-fiv- e fir over twenty years, and "". i ", n. cora-phte- the macadamised road leading to tho entrance (a A quarter of amila long. There are in tho estate 510 acres, 200 of which are The live stock consists of twenty woodland. horses, as many cows, a drove of Southdown sheep and a lot ot blooded fowls. Elghteea. men are on tho place constantly, and iu summer tho numbor is nearly a hundred. Tho hothoutos and conservatory covor a space POO foot long and 450 wide, nnd with their contents are valued at (250,000. The taxes on it amount to f250 a month. Now Orleans Picayune. Tho Actor Irvlns; and Ills Children. One night I walked home with Irving and sat up for hours talking. We entered Into an argument, and In the midst of the discussion I admitted that as Charles I, his farewell to his children was so realistic affected mo to tears. "So it does rao," nnd thon In the cold, gray monthly light he told mo tho story" of hii early struggles and "despair, and how, when lizht bad itu him, come, lit wife, unablo to agree had gouo ho knew not where with all hi little one, who were hor under EnglisV law. "When oil the stage," ho said, " Isaf good-bto the chudrdn and kiss thorn, it it, not Charles but Henry Irving you seo before, you, who, nmid the applause, tlw gutter and tho glare, is thinking of his own lost babies." By recent papers I see that Irving and hk wlfo have becomo reconciled, nnd the "babies," who have now grown to bo trp-pln-g young fellow, havo just ,made a se cesstul debut on tho stage. John C. Freuad. y HnM upon tbefrtttbui enticed tu umfuaioh, (.ukuu liana. Bight, on-- l tb i)rrlt'l couijli. J0J t'urtA Um SlilliUMfu e . t u.t. 1 u . WHVTvILT, "VOU rough when Shllflk's Cure ' pUKDY- -a rosltlT HUIbOHM OM ihr lemedy for will glTplrrll If re a. , ..w.., i,.Uum ucd Canker Mouth citv tale by M. L, bourse. For For ssls at M. L. Bcuroe's. jrvPlesstf look at the dsto on your label sod if n yousro tb sircars, tend us our data. '.U anything." w; i' ' t" T - Soma Anatomical Anecdotes. We are constantly seeing In the dally papers reports of marvelous Toyagee in the human system made by needles, pcnnlo May 25, 1886 introduced o Stanford Ky., and other articles of therein either by accident or design. As n A o. WALTON. - Bualnoaa Manager. general thing we are loth to give credence to these yms which often seem invented deby ingenious writers of fiction for the following lectation of the marines. The anecdotes relate similar Incidents that have come under personal observation, and we DEMOOBATIO TICKET. are prepared to vouch for its authenticity. For C ult Judge J. W. Alcork. ' The postoffice address of any of the parCommonwealth's Attorney-- B. C Wamm. W. Varhox. Judge-- T. County ties mentioned will be furnished to any Circuit Clerk- -J. P. Biar. readers on application. . -' County Clerk-- O. B. Coor-usrxi. Smvlhe. an aged colored man, 01 of Sholgun county, Texss, when a boy, ran " County Attorney-- D. B. Caupknibb. D. Kjmscbdt. a n6wlla into his hind foot. The acciaeni Assessor E. M. Owkss. Jaller-- 8. caused him no serious annoyance, and was " Superintendent Common 8chooIs-- J. A. Boot forgotten. A few days Xerxes felt a enarp " SurTeyor F. B. Hqwabd. pain in his left wrist, and when an incision was made, much to bis atonlshment, a pa "Showed Off." per of needles worked their way to the out been Tbe hearts of many parents hare er world. The needles were two doien in obstioaddened by haTinu their children number and were neatly done up and atnately refuse to "sho off" their mental Mr.Smythe will exhibit the needlea in tainment! In the presence of visitors. It this dis to all who are curiously Inclined. always a parental delusion that Miss Samantha Adams, of Adams, Ad accomy.""-men- ti play of Johnny's or Silly ami county. Massachusetts, two years ego can not but ba a source of infinite swallowed a campaign He. Sho thought whereas the victimistd 07 to all beholder, time; but a few in enforced si- little of the matter at the iB simply enduring visitor siezed with ylolent con Jen- days ago she was lence the torture forced upon him. The family physician was cilled of mino, has a son three yulslons. kins, a friend family and finally extracted from the lady's rlaht years old, suppestd by the Jenkins dated Oc future Presi- arm a copy of a Mugwump paper to ba an infant prodigy, Jen-kin- s tober, 18S1. dent, and all that. The friends of the Jehoeophat Jackstraw, of Tufltown, Mo., different sentimental family hate of on the 10th of January last, accidentally which I will not here expose beciuae po Jen-ki- ns' swallowed a calendar with Mips bearing my regard for Jenkins I called at to mark each day In the etical selections house the other evening, when the dates failed to agree with, him and of the fimlly was fairly over year. The phenomenon the he has not been feeling well forisomo time flowing with smartne'. .He came Into exhibited symptoms On the 13th Inst. h room with a whcop and a yell combined poisoning. A stomach pump was brought movement that of with a hop into requisition and the calendar was plunged him headlong Into my lap, where brouffht to llcht. Strange to say, the strips he lay burrowing his head into my stombad been torn off, leaving that marking the ach and screaming frantically. March 13th. Mr. n. a.i nf ;u 'There, the e," said Mrs. Jenkins, "you 8top Jkstraw says he Is unable to account for didn't hurt yourself much, I Buess. this phenomenon; crying and speak your new piece for the Little Willie Perkins, son of the post gentleman." master at Perkinsvllle, Neb., swallowed a "I won't 1" two years ago, and day before yes"Why, Johnnie, is that the way to talk dollar terday, he extracred from his left ear a to mamma?" dollar and twelve cents, the twelve cents being the Interest on the dollar at 0 per iS'v, It Isn't. If you'll speak your piece Little Willie Is now cent per annum. I'll give joj some candy." he did not receive Inter "kicking" because "I want it fiiet." Btmbler. est at a higher rate.-T- he "No, dear; speak your piece first" "I shanM" "The rising generation of bunco atcerers,' 'The gentleman wants to hear you." said a detective yesterday, "has improved The "gentlemrn" didn't want anything on the racket of the old timers. Everyof the kind, but he said he did, and John- body knows that they work in pairs, and nie finally condescended to stand up in a when they meet a greeny, one brace him, corner, give his head a Jeik. and begin: gets his name and the town from which he "Terwlnkle, terirlnkia little star, hails, apologia for mistaking him for Mr. How I wonder what you are, Smith or Jones, of Cohoes or Konaka, and Up above this- -" pal, who usually Here Johnnie suddenly breaks off and goes back and post bis for him. lhe pal goes racing and tearing around the room, walls around the corner after consulting upsetting chairs, snatching at takle cloths then tackles the bayeet der, bis guide book, netting the population, and shouting like a young Indian. and the names of "Don't," says Mrs Jenkins, "that isn't bank Presidents' names, a few leading merchants of the town the half of your piece" often happened "It's all I'm going to say," and the mad hayseeder' came from. It that the countrymon grew suspicious as rana is resumed. man left him, after "Johnnie! Johnnie!" tnterposee Jenkins, soon aa tie first bunco name, and when the second getting his or. The infant Jeokins is now standing on tackled him shortly afterward chock full of hiatead in a comer, kicking out his heels knowledge about the town he came from, This interesting pastime would lauirh at him, and if he knew any and laughing. is soon abandoned for the more ezhilerat-in- g slang at all would remark, "Too thin!" one of prancing around the room on The new game is apt to prove more euccesa his hands and feet and imitating the "woof, ful. Two men working together now learn woof of a bear. the damb alphabet before they start out " "You're too noisy," says Mrs. Jenkins. The first man to strike the stranger throws "Ain't I" briefly retorts Jonnie. hi left hand bahind his back, and with "You art," eays Jenkins, Br. the dumb alphabt telegraphs tho stranger's I" shrieks Johnnie. "I name and whatever else he has learned to "You, John Henry Jenkins!" his pal, who is close behind him. In this Ire is in the father's face and voice, but way the second man is able to brace the Johnnie doesn't care for ire or anything stranger before the first m in his doneehak-tl.an.t- i vttK htm. .ii! there is no room else. The result is a sort of a pitched battle, in left for him to believe that the men are which the combined forcei of Pa and Ma acting together. Then the first man opol Jenkins arc sufficient to drag Johnnie out ogizes and walks away and the second man stranger, II be can. on sue envelby the heels. His mother returns, red and works the ope, lottery or sawdust game "New York mortified. 8un. 'Children never will show off when you Bucken's Arnica Salre. want them to," she says, sadly. The boat Salvo In the world lor Cuts. Bruises It seems to me that Johnnie has "showed Sores, Bait Bheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Uands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, off" to perfection. ("Detroit Free Press, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Thousands of men profess Christianity Is f uaiantoed to give perfect aatlifactlon, or money merely because they are afraid of the laws refunded. Price 23 oents per box. For sale by When a profwaing Chris- Peony 4 McAlleter. of tlje country. Interesting Experiences. tian loans money at twenty per cent, and Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, turns a poor man out for debt don't tell me his experience thus: "For threo year he nas any hSnesty about him. lie is le- Ga., tell erery remedy on the market for Stombare tried gally honest -t- hat is, he can keep out of ach and Sidney Dliorders, but got no relief, unthe penitentiary and that is all. But if til T mad Electric Bitter. Took fire bottle and the best that is all that la necessary, every one am now cured, and think Electric IBltters B. Iloed. world." Malor A. In keep on and skin eyery one Rtnvl Pnrlflar tha used Electric Blttera for an might as well of West Liberty, Ky, of his neighbors as fast as be can, A man old standing Kidney affection ani says: "nota gets up in the congregation and givea a lug has ever done me so much jcood as Electric little prayer, thanking God for His mer- Bitten." Bold at 60 cents a bottle by Penny A . cies, and his prayer is patented. He kntw McAUster. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. t for forty years and can say it both ways, rnt. rAlDman.Khr.WcTmouth.nlvlnc between but when be goes out and runs across, a beg "Get out of my wayl" I Atlantic Cltr and N. Y.. had been troubled with gar he yells: a cough ao that be was unable to sleep, and was think it was some euch fellow that inven Induced to try Or. King's New Discovery for Con ted the envelopes to leave the contributions sumption. Knot only gar blm Instant relief, but allayed the extreme soreness in mt breast. in the pew. He ought to haye a brown affected and a single aud stick, S3 that be could put in a His children wsre similarly doe bad the aame happy effect. Dr. King's New t piece and make folks think it was Discovery 1 now tha itandard remedy In the a $10 gold piece. f Sam Jones. Coleman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottle of thla Standard Remedy at The largest bridge in the world is at, Penny A McAUster' Drug Store. Lagang, over an arm of the China Sea. It Posithe Cure for Piles. is five miles long, built entirely of stone, To the people ot thla county we would aay that has JbrflfS hundred arches seventy feet high, we bar been given the Agncyof Dr. Marchlal'a and a roadway seventy feet wide, The Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed parapet is a balustrade, and eachjof the pil- to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Itching PUse. Price 50o a box. feet apart, sup- Blind, Bleeding or A McAUster, Druggist. lar which are meaty-fir- e For aala by Penny Is placed a lion, ports a pedestal on which Daughters, Wires and Mothers. twenty-on- e feet long, made of one block of We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil'a Ca- marble. thollcon, a Female Remedy, t cure Female Disnwl bric-a-bra- Co to W. K. Vonteh, NEAR DEPOT, BTAHKORD, l'or HmI, Floor, Bacon, Lard, Sutar, CoOWt. Butter, Kbri, Cannnl Moods, CbMM. Bologna, Mace-ron- l, Crackers, Molaaoi, Jelly, PrnerrM, Apple Butrer, Macktrel, Pig' Feet, dplee. I'apptr, CIotw, dinger, Tnu Cinnamon, Candle, llomlnj. Beans, ronuxw, uneu iruii, ncaies, uramf. bemons, lUlalni, Tobacco, Cigars, Coal Oil, Boar, Hlanrh, Wuln. Vlnraar In tact anrlhloa uiuallr kept In crocerr, FoodadallTsml promptly to all parts of town. Country produce tikenln exchange for goods. uiTetneainaiaotl I wiu treat rou tolr. 109-I- m PLATT'S APPOLLO. OPERA Mse of 8TAKK0IID, KT. house; - W. P. WALTOW, - - Proprietor SUGAR SHIRT, THE BEST BBIRT IN THE WOBLD HADK TO ORDKH. nt Bttt. SOiSO. Eight fsotoplete mU of Sow, ery. Beating rapacity, Including gallery, rates to good attractions. XiBB V UUl-JMAa, SUPPLEMENT. CATHARTIC HD. d. Iloailacbe, Nausea, Dizziness, and Drowsiness. They stimulate tho Stomach, Liver, nnd Bowels, to healthy action, assist digestion, mid Incrcaso tho appetite. They corublno cathartic, diuretic, and toulo properties of tho greatest value, are a purely vegetable compound, and may be taken with perfect safety, cither by children or ndults. E. L. Thomas, Framing-haMass., writes : " For n number of years I was subject to violent Headaches, arising from a disordered condition of the stomach and bowels. About a year ago I commenced the uso of Aycr's rills, nnd havo not had a headache since." VT. P. Hannah, Oormley V. O., York Co., Ont., writes: "I havo used Aycr's Tills for the last thirty years, and can safely say that I have novcr found their equal as a cathartlo medicine. I nm never without them In my house." C. D. Moore, Elgin, III., writes: "Indigestion, Headache, and Loss of Appetite, bad so weakened and debilitated rnjr system, that I was obliged to give up work. After being under tho doctor's caro for two weeks, without getting any relief, I began taking Aycr's Tills. My appetite and strength returned, and I was soon enabled to rcsumo my work, In perfect health." ;'? CURE rrtEr-AKE- CiHEll Kcntnclf)' rot I'ULLMAN NEW N. SID PLATT, Ky. Lonlsrtlle, Office South aide Main Street, two door Ht'uoiaoir xna-BTANFOttD, KT. Mn quinu. t OHIO OY Ike n.l.li Pure Nitrous Oxide Gas adutnliUrtd ibei re- wi.eu - Ilouto East The StcmfordWoolen Mills. Washington, Philadelphia and New York. The only Una running Highest Market I'rlco Paid for Wool. O. & M. SLVEFIXQ CA11S A SOLIDDTkAXNbom - Louisvillo, Cincinnati b. Lexington, Ky. to Washington Oity, Connecting In the same depot with The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dat11U, Norfolk and all Virginia ,and North Carolina I'olnU. For tlckata and further Information, apply to your nerrt tlcktoBlc or addreaa W. W. SIon roo, Oaneral Agent, Lealngtoo, Ky. We are now prepared to manufacture wool for OHIO W farmera In the bwi manner. Aa we shall make a specialty or CUtfTOU WOUK thlss'taon, we aollclt wool to l made Into Olankels, Jrans.Uneeyi, Stocking Yarn, Flannels, Ilolla, The direct through line and old titabllihod route Ao., Ao. We will kern constantly on hand a atock from of gooda which we will exchange for wool on terms Wool bought at the market price. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Loaii and all points in the WeiU rrlcca for manutacturlug when wool la furnish fi are m follows.' Carding and spinning, ICKc: Two (3) Dally Trelns from Carding and spinning, doubling and twitting, 20c; Leulsvllla to St. Louis. Three (S) Dally Tralna from Cincinnati Carding, spinning and wearlmc Jeans, lie to St, Louie. Oudlng, spinning and weatlng whit. Unsay, Uc I MISSISSIPPI II Fast Trains for Now York. 111-l- It. JIATTIXGLV, I'ro'r, ! Only lOhour W. fJ. WICKII AM, 2d Vies Pi widen t, Otn'l Klcbmond. Virginia. II. W. riTLLKK, IWr ai't -- O)) touitvitti.mw AtiAst a Cwcato Rt ((a w Through Coaohos and Pullman Bleeping Cars. iFroia sLeniHTllle to Chicago. Ayer's Pills, dy Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mom. Sold by all Druggists. Jfc 11 Cincinnati to Chicago, Iadlaaapollfl te Chicago THBOUGH TIME TABLE VULoul.TllU: Lie, LouUtIIU- A it. Lafayette...... 7 B From Clndoatl to St. Louis. n The editor Is to announce to Mi readers that Noui 1). l'lume, who wrot Dr. "".ranniM Bourn e'e lunny adrertlermeou, Is deaj. The large raonle paid him for writing this column and Cincinnati to 81. Iule, all other routes belie up of a combination of email road.. brought on aolienlog ul tha brain and he died of made too much Marloem. Dr. Be urn a la dcUmitned, howerrr, to give his The Ohio A Mliililppl IUIIwar runs r.ULUl u customers the bentOtof this Urge salary In ptlcra. tiaini; j.uiuriani far-lCars on dsy unai Ulrgant Day Coach- trains: UraUes aelling ra uii an uaioa. McJiunt. Facv Aiitela, Thiitt Good, Mu DIMw,TLtlri,?,ni!K!l'l"?,r' meJelu TJN10M with dlrerglng line by the 0. A U. sic Merchandue, Spttlada, Itutrummls, SUIIway, tout avoiding trobleeome trans Jcvxlry, DolU, Zsii;m, Fitting laeXU, lia rers by other routes. aar, &jxmgcs, Knixxt, lspar, Blank llooU, The Ohio A Mli.la.ln-- Rillway le the only line Salts, Auununition, Dyt Stufft, Glass, Mix. between Iulsvllle, Cincinnati and BU Louu under one management, running all Its ai Writs, Brutha, Varnuhct tralna through aolld and In cooarquence Krerythlog kept In a nnt-cl- 4 la rtrognlud Flrl-aa- e Drug Htore, all of JlouU bewhich La new, frrah and auperlor. he has on tween those Clttea. hod a lliicitrlora, and will furnUh any good looking lady who deala with him with Apply U ticket connecting line for colce or the lot. Watch thla column for Hit of full particulars as Agenla of time, to raU, nunre, or call at or any drelrod InXorcialloo, or writematie, clrtuUre to heart-broke- BOURNE The Only Lino by whloh you can got a Through Slooping Oar from LouUrlllo and Cloclnnatl to lit. Louie. ThQ O. &M. '.?,7 u.u( vi. or ! ttom Bourne's New Drue and Book Store, A KEW UOUT. II. KOItMAN, w. m. ruAitoOy. w. h.siiattuc, irea. and Uen'l Xlan'gr. Uen. I'aee. Agt, Cincinnati, O. KTir-ctio- Chlco. p S 10 p Us SO m ml 17 rajs 1 JO t 00aa m m 40 pm Buggy & Implement House. I wl'l lo a few daya opta a Itnplo-menta, Via Cincinnati; L.&N. Louisville & Nashvillo E. R. Tin nasiAr Be Warned In time. Kidney diseases may bo prevented Cincinnati ........... 17 SO a tn Lt. Indlanapoll........ f II 43 p m M6 11 ' An. Chicago..... Dally l" I 20 p m tlsaUroecptBundar. I lilin p tu 10 p m Full Lino of Agricultural With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harrtitlng Machlnre at the hmd. Alio a by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating tho blood with Ayer's Sarsaparllls. "When, through debility, the action of the kidneys Is perverted, these organs rob tho blood of Its needed constituent, albumen, which Is passed off In the urine, whilo wem out matter, which tbey should carry off from the blood, is allowed to remain. By the uso of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys arc restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or Ba euro yonr ticket reads Tla tha fftULice ot Baggies and Wagom Alwaya on hand. TUHOUGU TRUNK LINE TO MONON ROUTE, (L. N. A. A a R'y) m It U tha qulcknt. tha beat and moat dlrrct line to Chicago and points In the North weit. Tickets via the Monon Route on sale at all principal ticket omens. For raits, tnapa and tull In formation, adJrtae WM. 8. BALDWIN, O. P. A., CulcfO. A. J. ORK1LLY, Q. t). A., LouliTllle. Till In connection with my beiinvs, I will alao carry a nt Complete Stock of Lumber, Doth rough and driw-l- . SOUTH & WEST with rrlcre on everything as Lew hn any one. I aWfUl kLr f JoaT patronage Pullman Palaco Slcopers. LoulMiUc Atlftiita, (O Ikeptctfully, Blight's Disease prevented. Ayer's Sarsaparllla also prevents inflammation of the kidneys, and other disorders of these organs. "Sirs. Jas. VT. Weld, Forest Hill st., Jamaica Tlaln, Mass., writes: "I have had a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble bas been with my kidneys. Four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla made me feel like a now person; as well aud stroug as ever." 'W. 21. McDonald, 40 Summer St., Iloston, Mass., had been troubled for years with Kidney Complalut. Dy tho uso of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, ho not only Is PUBLIC SALE i, jr. nnvvK. NllHllVlllC, MiupblH, jersey'gattle MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Kentucky, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Thla Old and Woll - Known THURSDAYS TUNE 3. '86. Hotel Still Maintains its High Roputation, At Uliio-GraK-fl MonfKonicry, Mobile untl Now OrlcaiiH. Only one change to points In Little Rock, Stock Yards, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking borate on the line of tbli road will receive epeclal rite. er8e Agents of this Company lor routes Ac, or write Commences at 12 o'clock aharp. AUD Mil-lershnr- g, rat, Prevented tho dlaease from assuming a fatal form, About 50 head from the herds of A. MoClintook & Son, Ky., B. McUichael and John B. Wallace, Lexington, Ky. well-known Iti Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be fieoond to no Country Hotel in the State in ita Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneits. c. r. .rioitE,o.r.AT.A Ljjtnlrte, Ky but was restored to perfect health. John McLcllan, cor. Bridge and Third sts., Lowell, Mass., writes : "For several years I suffered from Dyspepsia nnd Eldney Complalut, the hitter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My apnetlto was poor, and I was much emaciated; but by using We will efler a choice eelKllon of highly bred animals of tba tery beat butter trains, Including a number of tested cowa and their offrprlngs. Among them are rpranUM.Ti from such KEITD6KT GENTBJIL 1. 1 ujQIncGrHnn Itontc.M Shortest and Quickest Sonto from Oen tralKontnolcyto all Points Kortb, East, West and Soathwest. -- fata-UIm- m Bsu of free Signal, St, LatnbertaSllTcr Mluc, Farmers' tilor, Box, Aljihca, etc. addreaa will bs sonteysd to and from tha J. ckarge. NpseUI aecomnodatl oas lo ComnsrclalTrarelfra. The Bar will alwaya aipplled with Ike ekolcesl braadi of Llqiora and Cigar a. For catalogues, which will be reeJy by May IS, Fast Line Between . A. McCLMMOCH K. HOS, IjEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Schedule In Effect Oct. 11, 1 AYER'S Col. R. Mlllertburg, Ky. EDMOMtoit, Auctioneer. SSI. ptOPjf aaaal NaaaaaaaaaaaaaataaaaaaaaWaaalll IB iil Ml aaaaaaaaaaaaal Mo. Sotmi-UOUH- I, KoTT Dally Vo7ir Ex. Sun. 00 S'i 17 Sarsaparllla my appetite nnd digestion Improved, and my health bus been perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggists. Trico $1; Six bottles, $C. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., LowelL Mass., U. S. A. irTO Summer Tours. Palaoe Stoamere. aTottf Tripe per Weak Setwaaa CpeeU rnnday Tripe dertng July and AaarveC. Ex. Sun " Cynthlurut. ait. " Islington Lva, Covington... " Fal mouths. rii B 10 a m 8 10 pre 9 M a m SI d 01 a 10 V9 nn. It 40 II 00pm 12 17 11 a a 17 p ta IS piu pm pm V' pm MACKINAC. Low Rataa. Sa.Icaaee.Cntboyftn, Alpena. KarrisrUle, Oaeode, Band Port Huron, SM. CUtr. Oailaaa KOUM, Marts a CttJ. Week Say Between artrr "Ivl.-J- l kaLaaaaaalgVXVVHjfdii-illaaaaaaaaaaf- laaaaaaalafaaHaflr SaaaaaVLaaaaaaaaaaV. ll I 101 HBBjH Jn KSisflHPiBIR v WmBw f&KUfefMjLMl&sWwrWJrXtmSi aPsECXaaaaaaaaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaFalaaaTJOsB Ulehmond too P m....Mi(..Ma 7 Lancaster .... s ia P it Itowland 0 00 P m I ............. .. Lve lUcbmouit...... i 03 pm S SO p id I Arr. Berra " Uvlngaton..... S 00 anil Arr. Winchester -- J II so Lve. Tarls. 11 4 am II " pmlll oa p ml 6 23 40 pml w............ 8 10 23 pm pm pry Ague Cure euro Kover and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Ulllous Fever, Dengue (or "llrcak-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Jla. Slf feyMoiJ JaaaaatSaEaiaatl MgyisfCQiyTKJrjaBJ.IgtgJ?1! MOBTU-llOOX- Ho. 11 No.S vw No. I DETROIT AND CLEVELAND ILLUSTRATCO IS WAItRANTED to lie-mlttcnt OUR PAMPHLETS Detroit & Cleveland Steim Nay. Co. DETROIT, MICH. SaSee and Xzeuntaa Tlakets win be rumbled by you? ZtokeS Agaal, o addreaa C. 0. WHITCOMB, Qen'l Pais. Agent. Arr. lUchmond Lve. Itowland.... " Lancaster ... Arr. Ulehmond... Lve. Itlchmoud ., Arr. Winchester.., Arr Frli. Lve. Lexington Lve Parts .... Lve. Uvlngaton. ' Beroa o i.....i 10 III 22 S3 a am a ui ra T 6 03 ..... 73am 8 C8 a m 723 11 am i II 00 am ...... 25 pml... 2 8 23 a m ... IS a ml 8 03 am ..MM 25am... , two-cen- "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. "For eighteen montlis suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, Iiaving Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and luive never since had a chill. MDWIJf HARPER." ElSsS Arr. Covington " Cynthlana... " Falmouth..... .m 883a 8 20 in 8 Ma m am 't 40 p m 4 20 3 SO p Ul 5 20 m 80 a m 8 00 p IMpm 4 43 D m 6 64 6 67 m 8 43 pm pm pm pm pm I THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y- MAYmiXE BRANCH. The Bucket Pum I Kr5Srt i& Dr. J. O. rjlETA&ED BY Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. trti'.r ii i 7fTl9VTXr' 0WSVBaaBW " affr 'M'Y'afkiiwf .. Hns. . JliJsrl'i' Ayer & Maw. loopm lasts tsanrovemoot on any Tump or Elevator yet Lve Covlngtoa., " lioxington 7 23a a 4 20 pm lnvMAia. The enpa descending loll of alrandaa-cendl- n "Paris full of water, circulates the air from bot- Arr Mlllersburg eeeeeaeeeeae Mmsihi 8 20 am 6 23 pm 8 47 a m B 4. pm tom to top of clsUrn or well, temovlng wiggles, juiie.M. teeeeee4eee 9 08 a in 8 10 pm water buss, and rendering tba waier pure, remov11 Johnson... lo 08 a in 7 07 ing all aolor. taste or amell. This Tump hu " Marseille 10 60am 7 M pm an IsBSsorod chain; no links to gst twliUdi tcU cup Uaoldnrod permanently, audlnsieAd ola link, No. S3-o. a Oat piece) ol galvanized Iron la i sed. Do not Botmi-ttontDally Daily purchaaea pump until you aee thla. Ex. Sun Ex, Son Very reepecttully, rurmer & Water HoaTU-Booci- TToTsTT TJo. 657 Dally Dally Ex. Sun, Ex. Bun. bt (tt 1 V. ruiuumi WMIUKur., ClBClnttttlJ Ohio. Cvr.afa rl TO & Day nut , Uvh. Glut Ultra tubulin Mlci o Ibat clu ! rtmfrllo, ml hit tin llmo.t unJrtml mum Interior Journal BTANlfOBDa.-KY. II. 1IIGGINN. A Orand Coiublnatlou THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Miyivllle... " Johnian " CarlUla " Mlllersburg AT I tlm 11 Lve eeeeeeee cuuftjsiulCa. iclm.ofiheoiMc. A. I lh public ftntl now rtak mourf Uia leidlaa; uhttooa tult. In lk Utm at " Lexington Covington - II 80a m BlOlD 3 4.3a m 2 43pm 8 27 a m 3 2S pm 7 28 a m 423pm 7 Ma m 4 47 pm b 10 a mi 0 is pm to 843 pm pm Ua fa, SMITH. 8Mby lYtcatrMa. IVuUord, Dnifjriata. One of the newest things In paper manu-actur- e is gM and water pipes, which are fouhd very seryiceable. It is stated that thee pipes, when properly made, will resist en internal pressure of sorre 2,000 pounds, though the thickness of the raate-riai'- is N. Y. Er. only about half an Inch. atafaer. eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and niMrtlnn. Talllnir and Dlinlaeement or bearlnr down felling, Irregularltle4,Brrennes, Change o I Life.Leucborrhoea, besides many weaknessessprlng-lo- g from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spi ferrous utuunj, nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drug gists. Price 11 and II 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. J, B. Marchltl, Uttca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Fbrsaia iir runuy a ucAitsier, urugjisis. PENNYROYAL PiLLS SN Sulil by ler1. The OrlaiiRl uml Only C inline. o4 il.iji n.lU'.U. nwintrworttil.tmluttai. M kARI.1S. A.k )w r "l klrhrUr K(llkii4 nit aoMhrr It.KccUt ihiim I,, rrllir Nu.ll 'WiB'J'. J;' l"'lleulf. . .. NAME PAPER. -- 'hlflirt'r ..,.. i ..' - "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." i 4 llruzul-a- i ov. ri i.li. i n I'tiiiirwrul I'llU. 1hi n jj.liu.r. bt'ULt' Notk. Trains S and 4 are dally between Win chaster, Lexington and Covington) other tramt arvdallr eroept Sunday. Direct conn ctlons are made at Winchester with And the Louisville Chesapeake A Ohio for MS. Sterling, Ashland, Is publlshedj erery Tuesday and Friday at tha Huntington, Cbarlntoo, W. Ya and Eastern cit-low price of ies. Fast Line.- - Nos. S and 4 run via Wlncheeter. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cure betwdoa Op year for oalf $3 two pperi for llttla TWO DOLLARS Cincinnati and Blchmond, Va., and Wlucboatat more taaa the rJcoi oots and Wuhlnglor, D. C. Through llcketa and batsage checked to any aVaalwa n fAflvltliff SH Vll Ssvlll Afla wa.b destination reached by a railroad. 8.F.B.MOKSE, your fcuiiq ptfw with the Couritr-Journi- l, W. H. WHITTLE8EY, the Paaeenger Agent, Tnty. Pass. Agent, iiTft h v v.a v r uyuiuvi av . . ri nwariai nnr nf thss fLiilh. rlarriMtaf. j we. Ky. ALL CLASS KS leemdfaraUrUr for revenue onlr, and the beat, c.w.suTli,. n.w.FuijSi:u K.T brijsStstand ablest Unilly weekly In tha United " to a Ay 0nerl Manager, Noatly and Choaply Exocutod. Beairi. Those who dc-- tan exnmlne thlasample v.u. ufkuu Uuao at otbte. W. P. WALTON, 'Pro'r. Weekly Courier Journal HS1 liSaw PER YEAR. v f sr ' lr lxiuiitr-.Jfaiirii- or. .' ' f r v W -- i Stmi-Mccktjntwor3ott- JL I if iu Bishop Wilson will deliver the Sermon at Millersburg College, county declared yesterday for Stanford, Ky., May 25, 1880 Judge Durham for Governor. June 0. Rev. Houghton nnd wifo, Methodist White Mountain nnd Peerless Ice cream Missionaries, were murdered by the natives H. O. WALTON, UuBlnosa Manngor. frerzers nt bottom figures. Metcalf A Fos- in E ist Africa. ter. 1.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Eld. Martin Osrens, of Bes was Lick, F. A. Yea key, an old and highly re- - here yesterday on his way to preach at Mall train going North. .... 1 69 r. w. ...n 15 r. m. spected citizen, died at his home noar Paint 8Uady Grove, Casey county. South. Bgpret strain" Houth., ... 1 S3 At M. f h Noth.., 2 05 A.M. Lick Thursday, Brother Barnes and family will soon t h a joto Is20ratculttod on standard time. Solar Wanted Wantkd ! I - 60,000 pounds be at home, Prahjo tho Lord. He rtquesta ras It about inlnutot Imlor, his rorrrspondenta hereafter to address him of Wool at highest market price for cash. at San Francisco, Cil, A. T. Nnnnelley. LOCAL NOTICES. The American Congress of Churches Tracklayino has begun on the Chest will meet in Music Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, IiANimcni'a Garden tieeds at McRobcrla peake A Nashville at Gallatin and will bo May 25, 20 and 27. Rev. II. Allen Tup-pe- r LAN.mr.Tii'b garden need in bulk and pushed toScotlsville. is the Committeeman from Kentucky, pickiffen nt Penny & McAlUtei'e. At tbe Presbyterian church election, The Kirksvllle Fair, which was a grand on ehor Watch tn and Jewclrjr repdred ooticu nnd warranted bf i'enny & McAlia success last year, will be held at tho nmo Satuiday, Prof. A. 8. Paxton and J. W. Rout were chosen elders and J. B. Paxton r. place on July 23 and 21. Buy the Han Hon Keuedv, the oriel and II. J. McRoberts, deacons, Mr. Rout Come and fee us if you want to save xl and only Benuine, from Penny AMcAl had been deacon for 31 consecutive years liter. money. We are determined to make low and has earned his promotion. Intent A complete utock of jewelry, prices. Metcalf A Foster. The meeting at Providence church, etvle. Rockfnrd watches it iocinltv. Pen McAMater. This borso advertised as strayed or sto- which boa been in progreMt uboui Iwu nr len belonging to Whit Montgomery was weeks, has resulted in about 20 additions, PERSONAL. found up in Madison county. and Brj. Bruce saya it has been a genuine MimIda Vaxaiuiule, of WashingThe ladies of the Christian church wero revival. Rev. Green Clay Smith, the paa ton coiinlr, l the guest of Mrs. T. J. !)) busily engaged yesterday, cleaning and tor, has been doing the preaching. The ley. meeting will probably close to night. Mil F J.CAMrnrxL, nianar,erof Dock beautifying tfaeir'cburch for the Conven Tho Northern Presbyterian Assembly, Castle Springs, pissed up from Louisville tion. in session at Minneapolis, has decided to BIIM fiiturday, The L A N. passenger employees are hold tbe 100th General Assembly at PhilaMisa Maooie McRobititb, of Dan- put in their summer suits and preeent quite delphia in 1888, and to make the second ville, la the curat of her uncle, John M. Mo a dudlsh appearance. The blue-tint- ed Thursday of the session a day of jubilee In Roberts, Br. straw cap is a dainy. the churches all over tbe world; also to -- I..1. Miis. Pate Kino and little daughter, Col. D. G. Slauoiiter la preparing for raise a centenary fund of $5,000,000 for the are rUMing Mrr. Fannie, of Crab Orchard, the grandest of the many picnics he has benefit of the various church enterprises. Julia Douglas. given at Dripping Springs, to occur SaturThe General Assembly of the Southern Mits. BrrriE Fajwu, of Paint Lick, day, June 5th, and to which everybody ia Presbyterian church in session at Aufs Tiling her aiiter, Mrs A. L Spoonamore, invited. gusta, Ga., represents 13 Synods and G8 at Uale'a Well. m The thermometer registered 00 in the Presbyteries, covering 15 States and a Mn. and Mm 11 B. Maiiohv, of Shade Sunday, but towards night a etifl Chnrch numbering over 1,000 ministers, Richmond, are on a visit to the family of breeze cooled the atmosphere and later a 1.000 churched and 140,000 communicant Mr. A. K. Penny. with perhaps half a million adherents. Mm. I 8. McEuioy, of Mt. Sterling gentle rain began to fall, which continued Twenty-fivyeara ago, in the same church with her pretty little daughter, 8uiie Let, at intervals all day yesterday, in that city, the Southern Church was oris visiting her mnnr friends here. The crcamcrr. that miscrablr managed ganized under the leadership of Thornwell Mr Waiie W. Watziu, of Ray coun institution which ran itself In debt more and Palmer. Dr. Bryeon, of Alabama, was ty, Mo., is here on a visit to hii brother, than its value in six months, is advertised elected Moderator. Mr. Er an Waters, after an absence of 20 for sale. June Countv Court dtv. to latlsfv Dr. Jos. Staunton Key, one of the four years. an execution against it in favor of the First bishops elected by the General Conference Mm. 8.W GiVENsand Miss Roberta last week, belongs to the Georgia ConferGiven, relatives of Mrs. U. L 8urber, are National Bank. visiting her in this place. Mt. Sterling The finest strawberries of the season are ence and ia a graduate of Emory College, He was born July 18, 1829. as usual raised by Mr. J. T. Hickley, who Virginia. Sentinel. Bishop Eugene Rnssell Hendrix ii 39 yetrs W. T. Bauohman fell spparently dead, will deliver them here for customers trttj Sunday, but after much manipulation, he Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Sever- old, it a native of Missouri and a graduate He haa been waa brought back to coasciouineas and is al of those he had here last were as large of Wesleyan University. president of Central College for eight years. aa a man's Est. much better now. Bishop William W. Dancan, ia a brother The delegate to the 8. 8. Convention There will be no trains run on the L. A of the late Dr. James A. Duncan, president The Misses are beginning to arrive. N. after the mail train north Saturday af- of Randolph Macon Collge and waa born Smvthr, of Greensburg, came yetterday-an- d ternoon till Monday morning's express. This in Meoklinburg coqnty, Va , in 1839. He are entertained at the Carpenter House. lays us out of mail for 48 hours from Louis is a graduate of Watford College, 8. C. A Lrrrm from Andy G. Cowan says ville. Everything ia in readiness for the Bishop C. H. Galloway is not yet 30 years that he has located at Creamery, Montana, change of gauge. of age. He is a graduate of the University and that he is mighty anxious to get all the A depth of ?5 feet has been reached in of Mississippi, baa been editor of the New licit copies of the Interior Journal the effort to get water to supply Macks-vlll- Orleans Christian Advocate and is an autinea he left. and still there is no prospect. May thor of some note. Hon. F. F. Bonnrrr passed up to his or Burnsldesajs he intenda to have it or Said he "I'll be down home Saturday. LAND. STOCK AND CROP County Court day to tell the people about bore through to China or as long as he can J. L. Cogar bought last week of C. B that ice buslntM. Don't you know I did raise the funds from the sale of Hawkins and W. 8. Hagedown, two car not go to Frankfort to act the fool. I stop to prosecute the work. ped playing that role the day I was elected While seining in Hanging Fork, Will loads of wheat at 85 cents per bushel. Midway Clipper. to the Legislature." Hays and Jack and James Beazey stepped Lee, Hudson A Co. have bought since Mr. K. A. Riciiaiidon, who occasion into a sink hole and but for tbe assistance ally furnishes our readers with the happen- of Mesare. J. R. Farris and John Engleman our last issue from various parties in Garings of Williamsburg and vicinity, is an- would have drowned. They bad sunk the rard county, three 15 band and one nounced as a candidate for county judge of second time when they were retcued and mules at prices ranging from $100 to $115 Advocate. Whitley. He is said to be a good lawyer were fast losing consciousness. and a centlemin of Irreproachable charac Lancaster Court. About 100 cattle A number of families of thrilty Swiss on market, not more than half eold; prices ter, and we hope his ambition will be real arrived, under the care of Mr. J. Ottenhei- - ranged from 3 to 4 cents. No mules nor lied. Mt. Vernon correspondent of tho mer, Sunday to permanently locate with us. horses offered. Several cows and calves The London Jtwltr says that Mr. T. N. Roberts, Asked if there were any anarchists in the were sold from $30 to $35. Crowd rather our reporter at that place, ia being solicit lot, Mr. O. responded: "I should say not. small, business dull. ed to run for county superintendent of pub That class of rascals never go whore any At Hugh A. Moran's sale bogs sold at lie echoole, adding: Mr. Roberts Is n young work ia to bo done, except with their ton- $4 per hundred, and sheep at nearly Scents. integrity! strictly tem gues." man of Yearling cattle, $35; late yearlings, $24; perate, a good busheac man, well liked by bull, The aix men from Leslie charged with one young bull, $45; one 3 year-olall who knew him. He is fully competent murder, who have been in jail here for safe $G2. Cows, $2540; horses $100$150; to discharge the duties of the office and keeping and who were granted ball by yearling mules, $63. Pair of 2 year-ol- d would make a faithful officer. horse Judge Finioy on testimony, very mules, $274; common 2 year-ol- d Register, doubtful at that, made tho necessary bonds mules, LOCAL PATTERS. Board A Hatcbell bought of Judge W. of $1,000 each Saturday and were released, Fnrsit canned goods. Waters A Raney. They were tbe hardest looking party that II. McBrayer, of Anderson, 200 head of we have ever eeen and judging from their distillery slop fed hogs that would weigh Bee Wearen A Menefee before felling countenances they are capable of any crime. over an average of 250 pounds at 3) cents " your wool. They also bought of other Sunday night as Will Roaeeli and Jim per pound. Fjieph Bresd every Tuesday and Friday. parties in Anderson, 200 head more at tbe 8uiber. of Junction City, were feeling their W. R. Veatch. same price, average about tbe same s the way home after a visit to their eweathearts, other lot. Sheriff Board purchased of J. Bikd Gigca at Cost, at A. A. Warren's through the darkness of a raging storm, A. Huguely this week 100 head of elop fed 'Model Grocery." their bnggy was overturned and smashed Harroda steers at 4j centa per pound. Potato, tomato and cabbage plants for into smithereens, hardly apiece as large aa burg Democrat. kindling wood being left. Fortunately sale. O. J. Newland. they and the horse both escape hurt, but a To God Bo All tho Glory. Ice cream irttxeri, coolers, refrigerators, worse bedraggled and sorrier looking pair Mr. Walton: In your last issue you neyer were seen than when they knocked give the doctor the credit of my brother's Ac.atW. H.HlR8lni at Charley Crow's door about midnight restoration from bis serious illness. InThe best place to buy Flavoring Ex and begged to stay all night. deed he was sick, nigh unto death Phil. tracta-- T. R. Walton's 2.27, but his life waa spared in answer to Who Is She ? The other night at church The prospect for an abundant wheat believing prayer and is not due to the skill some commotion was created by a portion crop is very flattering in this section. of any man. Man would ever rob God of of the congregation rather abruptly taking McRoberts A Staoo have started their their departure. Your correspondent upon His glory, but in this instance God alone is Soda Fountain and is as good as ever investigating the matter made the startling to be pnised. "Praise His holy namo for and all within me praise Him" Let made. discovery that n fair and winsome young ever praise Him. God can make lady seated in that part of the house, who everything A complete stock of Staple and Fancy everything to praise Him, eren the wrath Groceries, Glass, Tin and Queensware, at A, is noted for her beauty and musical talent man. Yours ever in Jesus, and ia an acknowledged leader in society, of A. Warren's "Model Grocery." Mm. W. G. Welch. had I hate to tell it been eating onions. I have just receiyed an excellent assort- That ought to be sufficient grounds for her Stanford, May 24 ment of pliin and fancy candies, which I to lose her chance in tho lottery FOR JUDGE DURHAM, of matriam selling lower than ever. S, S. Myers. mony and it ought to be made lejal grounds si At a meeting of tho citizens of Garrard Srelaw (Stanford) in My warehouso is complete and ia stock- for a divorce. May county, assembled at the court-housDemocrat, ed full of buggies and machinery. All I 24th, A. R. Denny was called (o the chair 11 aak from those who wish to buy is n call The District Sunday School Convention and H. T. Noel waa appointed secretary. before doing eo. I. Mao Bruce, will assemble at 4 o'clock this afternoon at On motion the chairman appointed the folthe Christian church for organisation- - and lowing committee on resolutions: R. II. A picnic at Hale' Well, with all the appointment of necessary committees. Mr. Tomlinson, Thomas Dunn and Lowla Y, necessary trimmings, including a big dinS. F. Wishard, the State visitor and an ex- Leavell who reported the following resoluner, dancing and loye making, is announccellent musician, will lead a service of song. tions, which were .unanimously and enthued by Mr. A. L. Spooutiuore to occur SatAt 8 o'clock an address of welcome will be siastically adopted. urday, Juno 12th We tho oitizin of Garrard county do delivered by P. M. McRoberts, Eiq,, to be We are pleased to call he attention of responded to by Rev. P. T. Hale, after hereby recommend to tbe democracy of our readers to tbe advertisement of the which the work of the convention will be Kentucky tho Hon. M. J. Durham, of "Good Enough" Family Oil Can, which begun, The teuton will include three ser- Danville. Ky., as eminently fitted for the appears in another column. These cans vices to morrow and Thursday, closing fi. offico of Governor, and do hereby pledge are highly recoramen Jed and seem to meot nally that night. It ia hoped that each of the democracy of Garrard county to his want with every family using the 20 cotmtiea in,tbe,diatrict will be.rep-reaent- ed support and call upon him to become a a long-fel- t oil or gasoline. Call on our local dealers, arTdhat the meeting 'will result csnrlldntn fur said effiro whose name appsar in the advertisement, in . R Di.NM', OiUU. chin' i new impetus to tho gioat cause . and see them operate. of Sunday Schools. H. T. Nofl, Secy. Pure German millet saad at Wcoren A Menefee's. Garrard RELIGIOUS. .IKVf AOTIBIISCBKflTK. 5 . , II. K. TAYIiOR, WALL PAPER ! L Of LOO AN COUNTY, It a CandMttefor ths office ofanperlntenJent of Public Instruction, subject to the DetnocratloHUtoConreatlon. T ANK BTOCK- .-I will soil at auction In Btan-Jford, June court day, 8 ibarcs of stock In the barmen National Rank of that place. Thomas S. Famous, Btan lord. BALE'-Go(121-l- WALL PAPER J WALL Trimmed nutl Heady for Use, at ; 1 Stanford, Ky. Corn Mill. jointer, a od Ueltlng Sblngln Mill with power Kaglne and aM-Inc- h Coupletu. MAaT. Burnt, PAPER! Go to J. T. FOB Harris Cottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Strawberries, Ice dream, Batter kept on ice, fresh and nice; Ice to retail; Ice-col- d Cider, Ginger Ale and Lomonade. Don't forget that It ia headquarters for good Butter 121-lt M'ROBERTS & STAGGr'S. ICE! JM-- tf IG3S! ICE! A few more N. Y. Seed I will delli r Ice to regular customers In Stanford Olio Cent Per Ponnd. n. e. njLitnoir. Accountsdueat the close of each month, or wbrn rustomtrqutta. IRISH POTATOES! Which will be sold low, at PLAN0S FOR SALE. One square Piano, In a good atate of preservation, for 179; one excellent Square, price J100; one Upright, nsirlr new, 1175; ono large Square Piano, For Information call at this office or see Mr. 8. B. Myera, BUnford. 12Mt Jfrat. R. C. TltVEIlEAItT. 8. 111 MM Millinery. retained from the city and I cordially Invite you to call and see my Elegant Line of MUllnerr befote buying. 1 alao call attention to my finely select! stock of LadlcV Underwear and Notions. Uaadierchleft, Collars, Curls and Corseuof different styles. Ladles' White Dreoset. I can be found at my atore In a. the room lately vacated by the have Just post-crSc- T.R WALTON'S. A Splendid Variety of lyp I ej ii 110 2m MttH. KATE DVDDEIt Alt, Ktanlord, Ey. e NEWCOMB MOTEIi MT. VEHNON, KY. n This old and Hotel la still maintaining Its fine reputation. Charges reaaonable. Special attention to tbe traiellog public. JU. P. XEWCOVIi, Pro'r, $J-Mt. Yernon, Ky, m IfillB DB. W. B. PJEKNY, STANFOBDD, KY. Office on Lancaster street, next door to Ixva-xio- a Jocxkal office. Offlc bours from 8 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 6 r. u. Anesthetics administered wbaa llSt-lj- r. m'yTILLP DonUat, In Bulk and in Papers can be found at neceeaaiy. O. 15. H1KRIS, Ag't T. R. WALTON'S. IMMEDGOOBS AffFHEB GHIGEBIE s Wm. Soering & Co.'s Mowers, Binders and Reapers, Crab Orcliartl, - - Kentucky. HMm e, BOOK FULL. -- My hone- - Of best kinds, at Messenger D's Book for less Is fall and d Bs Can not Sorvo any moro Maroa Than hare been promised, 1 T. R. WALTON'S, RUPLEY, u MERCHANT TAItOR. I hare rccalred and inn 115-1- CIIAIITjEH dvxs. ! Main & Somerset Sts. Kirksyille Fair We H- - G. will hold our annual Fair on tbe 23d niid 24th of July, AT TUB well-kno- d Eiirnam Woods Grove, Where it was held last year. For New Goods for Spring and Summer, Qotton Up in Btylo and Mako Socond to Hono m City or Country. Giro Mo a Trial. H- DRTJFLE-rr- . A LIST OF jr. r It EM I CMS, AC, d $65.-RJch- Write for circulars. J. B. WALKER Secretary. P, EMBtlY, PreaMent. 127-i- a. Commissioner's Sale of Land Julia Hughei, Ac, vs. Julia Witheis, LINCOLN Job P. Watkm. Thomas 1). Bamst. CIRCUIT COURT. Ac. Kotlco of salo. Pursuant to Judgment herein at the March term, 1SS0, of this Court, the undersigned Com'r wll 1 WATERS & RANEY GROCERS, Main Stxeet5 Stanford. -- On Monday, June 7, 1SSO, se Countv Court day. betw en 11 A. andS p if.. door In Stanford, Ky., and before tbe court-houaell at public auction to the highest bidder, eo much of the "Lunceford" Farm of 172 Acres and 23 Poles and a Eight ot Way to the turnpike, lying on Olx Hirer, In Lincoln county. Ky., aa will satisfy Wm. Lugan'a Judgment for tl.200. Candlos, wlth6perrent thereon from July 23, 18(3, until Banannas, Oranges, paid, and the tta of this action. Enough ot that Lemons, portion of tbe farm adjacoat to John w. Logan Dates, JTjga, and Lee 8tone for purpose Indicated will be sold, lUlslns, Txaua. Credit of 6 and 12 montha, equal inProems, stallments. Bonds required with good security, Jelly, bearing Interest from day or sale and having effect Cocoa, ofitidgraents. IV. O. WELCH, 127-Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. Canned Goods, i. ot Come with tho tide to us lor- - SwsMMilF ft0" Wt wKmKZii l ' kSuT' z?m Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Meal, Bacoo, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Potatoes, .aiackem, Sirups, klollSMM. Cfaecae, THE "GOOD JBKOUUjl. Lamps ui. filled direct by THE bnlce, Cinnamon. Caku. FniDfS. TUl fffwi5rfl?m?m m rrai wt fflfssr"' imni Apple Butter, ,lre. ujsteia, liomlnr, Beans, vwmfrVimwtfMPzzw m nrra i, PUMP Bakers Chocolate iVXr. Without Lifting tho Can, tho fllUnRtuho adjusting to Har-rodsbu- !. I BTgoodIK BenoughM auttholclith of nny Lamp. Thla la tho a urocory line, inu alio plain and v' Ilarnen fiari.lll. Bridlos. Whips, Wagon Gear, etc., in etc.. manufactured for ua br the popular liner of W firm Hon. Countvu X'roiUice of dcacrlptlon wanted. as low as an- - Arm pos,lb!y ton, unleas'ther carry on builneas Remember that wo buv and for pleasure-a- nd that s VuhV sire cipclally to reiterate, empbasUe and impresaupon tbo Ovaramtm entire MUabetlon, always, and deliver all goods nYwherilnMwM.mlle wl fatauford or onr suburban city of Jlowtaiul. CorDd Bce, Crackers. Htarch, 8oap, Oil. Uoeeimraro. Tinwara. lVu-ki- t .ml t.'i '' io Boda. i.mii. Tobacco, Cluara. Umidcte. Kraut, Sardines. Pickle. R'Carfi e..t 1VATJFitSAltAEr IRS tnoat'practlcnl PAMILY CAN over oOorcd to tho public. Wall Paper, FAMILY OIL CAN. EVERY FAMILY SHODLD HAVE ONE. MtNurAQTURCD BY Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. Full and, Complete Stock of the above and prices ' ,. as low as the lowest. ,m m Mlnflqld Ijlamtfacturlna csxxo. Vol, -- No Dropping Oil on tho Flooror Table; No FiiucettoLenk or get knocked open to wristo Corks Contonts orcnuso KxploslotiH. No NoLoak-eg-to o Iioso. Closes Perfectly Air TlRhU No Evuporatlou Absolutely Hnfo. A Universal Household N'ccpmilty, CULXiXt .A2T33 OSS CIEEli, I'orsalolu Stanford, Ky , by 127-METCALF & FOSTER. tf B. K. WEAREN, Stanford. tpr t - 3JJkiW jyv'ftT lli v IIJ,MI ilLRJ ... i iiiijjjj n S 'iiiim iMiiimiiii in. V . ' (. I -- T j v V . v, mwTT?rHBHHMBiHBHBBHHHH " - 'TTT """""'""''"' ''JiE7rr I ii J 1 I. It f VOn COUGHS MfiO Qnv.JP US ft Green and seasoned lumber of every Died, of pneumonia, at Stanford, Ky., April 23, 1830, Mr J. B. Vaoarsdall, aged description for sale at bottom prices Dill-ol- n & Melvlne. 41 years. It eot. TitcMdaua and Fridays rublUhcU -- AT Our town ia again supplied with a Mais with painful tadneai that we are It again called upon to announce the death of rshalMr. Wm. T. Saunders, who had 4.NNUM, CASH. S3 having accepted the office. another friend and brother. Tbe Dread It understood If we credit that I J. 50 will bo exGeo. H. King haa purchased of the C. Destroyer had long been fastening his ruthpected and demanded. t TM One combined atalllon wilt make tbe less grasp upon him and just when earth O. Springs Co., CO acres of land on Lancasmy liable, near Nholby City. In seemed brightest, and all nature bursting ter plko 1 miles from Crab Orchard for Lincoln county, on the ehelby City and JCnob W. P. WALTON. into life, he was called upon to yield up $1,400 and is repairing the salts furnaces Lick turnpike road, at thereon. his spirit unto God who gave it. $15 the Season or $20 to Inauro a (Jolt. Mrs. John M. Rochester died on ThursIn social life, he possessed a generous Description and redlgreei-Mocon- d Jewel la blood spirit and by his genial mnnncis ho had day evening last, after nn illness of only a bay, with black mano ant tall, 15 handi 3 tuchei blih, with floe itylo and action. HoliS yean old He was few hours, of congestlvo chill. She leaves thli Bprlnir. wai aired ur Lawli Ctinnlu.ti.m'. won for hlmtelf many friends. tiio charitable In his dealinga with six small children to mourn with other Jewell, be by dam famom old Waihlngton Den. God is Love and Nothhonest and 'Praise tho Lord. mark. I'lnt Mlmlle. hr Mcfta olil'. II. I. D. B. GARRISON. coroj 2d dam by Wella Cruaader; J I dam by a aon men, and withal, possessed many excellent friends her Iom. ing Else." jVWf T - S. ofDavyUrocket!; Mb daui by a raluable nldivl, Henry Welch desires the public to dla ruare, podlgrco unknown. Mr. II, C. l'arvln'a w a. We dielike to record tho fact that eo Rood traits of character; and whatover may have tSSS VMTIWu. it'i UldMlnnlo, know the tender kindness of R. U, Bron-aug- animal, from dam of Second Jewel, waaa premium a man as the one whoe name and likeness been his faults, we gently throw tbe man8. 8. "Mariposa." off the coast Jow-a colt toaiii?ftdmre. Second haa been ahown twenty-fou- r with whom he makes his home, durtlmei and wore the head thin sketch was born in Ohio and in tle of charity over them all, and bury of New Zealand, April 26th, lick tie twenty-twtod only ." Drir Intriiior: Twelve Hundred miles I the ungodly city of Cincinnati at that, but them in the sea of forgetfulneM. His re- ing bis berievement in tho lost of his sister, lie made ten ahowa lait anion nt Danville, twice, DC 1ST. Klrkivllle, Klchmond and Lexington and ' n tikrr4rra alitor it MntBtu Hes the "North truth la stronger th an fiction Tt was in ligious proclivities were in sympathy with Mrs Rochester doe eait from Sydney, It would be veiy unlike wore ten blue rlblom. ".!!. .IM.BI U IH Hmtlltfl flttlM. . pi - t Hit raslura;e will lie furnUhH mires at reasonable Cape," of the uppermoU of tho two long, I the Paris of America on the 18th of De the Christian church. The writer of this Rube to fall in kindnesn upon any oconihn rlT Ii "M MrrtlaJMfc, tit MU ltl0- ratet. l'artlne with marm lnUu the lmurane li!h-i- H U rf l straggling, deeply indented islands, known cember, IS 19, that tho infant Qirrison first sketch has cfceu heard him converse upon Prof. K. P. HawM cloecd hla school I.lrn retained nnn.lcuita until aefflce charge are M,H tlk l htHt( Bll - n ii pat J, Unoll J.Ui.rr Within mr own memory saw the light, or rather the atmosphere religiom subjects. Ho was easily impress nero on Monday iai anu loll lot a an New Zsaland. mru pwur On 1 will all m Mult t nt ml at tlmiiiiiubli the ft tn Jack . itwtif br Cult, Cmti tho abode of untamed, ferocious canni- fil'ed with coal dust, and while he is not ed with tho truths of the gospel, and was in Liuisville, carrying with him tho bst ukiiUm, ! .:,i,t4f. tat exactly to blaoio in the matter, for he as- ever ready to acknowledge God' i:oodnee wished of hh p.Uronr, who rnott devoutly bals; now one of the "oun Hon? of A' gW A. TAYIOrt, AU.nU.Oa mr51.11pr.Rav (Xjrdui. r hope that that the College directory will At $H to Imuran live colt, money due when the one of the "company of nations" sures us that he was not consulted at all, and mercy to his wayward children. ' CUMna Tttuuoi. rtritlikl colt Ii fueled or uare parted wtih. lilatk Hawk ." promised to Abraham and repeated to Jo yet we do cen;uro him for remaining there Six years ago he was married to Miss secure his services for the next scholastic U a coat black fl yeanodthla Spring, 1 1 baudaS high. He waa aired UT seph's descendants, one of the brightest so long after lie ought to have known bet- Etta Wray one of Garrard county's most year, which can be done by uniting the Incbea Hawk, he by Velocipede, Caldwell'i Young Both far tale by Dr. St L. IIOUKNE, Stanford lUack he by llobertwn'a jeweli of the crown that decks the brow of ter. But let that pass lie is now doing tho excellent daughters. She etepptd from the public school with the College and employ- BaniDton, he by Imp. Maiumotb. llli dam wai byStlgall'alllack 2d dam waa ratted br. I Judah's royal race; like a diamond ear very beet be knows how to make amends cr threshold of her home, in the rosy morning ing tho name teacher for both schools, Stile Maxwell andUawki Imported lack. waa an ioi-t- f ;. c drop.'depending from the fair Australia; any part he took in tbe case. Until 12 years of life, with high anticipations of future which of course would give tbe same time, s.t a tbj Ity, Ky. Hie l The noted breeder, will and in position, climate, fertility and rain-er- of age Mr. Ganion attended tbe public happiness, followed by the prayer of de- five mouths, of free school and the advan make tbe aeaion ol )8!1 at my liable 2$ intMi resource, marktd out for a future sohcols when the bnrdi mof a widowed voted parents, brothers, sisters and friecd., tage of Pro!. Hanca' systematic teaching, FUjLIj lmOTHEICH. aoulh of liuitontilic. on her to avail herself of what ser- to share life with the man she loved. Six which makes hU pupils thorough in their greatness that nothing eeims to be able to the Kuitonriilo anJ turoplka. AbdaiUh away from her. When the vice he could render and he was put to years were sacrificed on tho altar of love, studies, which above all things is most decheck or turn (llenra Ii br J Kiim No. 3 ISO. trial 2 27 Panama canal is finished and "Auckland" work in a printing office, where ha acquired For six years the light of devotion nhone sirable, and the only foundation for educauiutivfiunuui iroinirw "iuaw bjcomss the "port of call" to steamers sail such a love for newspaper work that he has frcm their home. They were bleated with tion. Hit tqual at a teacher could scarcetoD. C. H.. record 2 n'.. ID. O. 8. aokl for I9.0O0,) Uevlew 2J Lyennrua every quarter of earth, never been able entirely to give it up. In two bright children. Yet God, in his wis ly be found, while he is socially a perfect ing to and fro, from JSJaod Mark Wakefield, rater, trial fiQ; Blral dam Wattle 8. by Willie D. (by foreigner by there is no telliue how sought after will be 1869 he moved to Mt. Sterling and studied dom, robbed them of one, and placed it as gentleman. ImIenco.) 2d dim Kittle C. br Cunolngbami this dependency of Britain, where alone, law under tbe late Judge Apperson and a beacon light in heaven. For a time dark Copper Uottom; WdamSllnerva Duncan by Imp. G. F. Peaccok aud Shack. Huffman, Denmark, known ai On Time. lUuxard. JofclmobySt Elmo. No. 373, by 's climate, pro- Judge Richard Rsid. Admitted to the shadows fell on their home, for "little of Hustonvillo, were here Sunday. A hand- Sired by HubhViMount in all theEistern seas, the nritdamSIollle by Cabtle'i Lealn-ton- , AldalUh IS, by r.iedyk'a Hamblt Ionian scenery and taut ensemble of Old bar in 1871 be practiced his profession till Kate" was indeed a star of unusual bril- some and most estimable widow is the at- 2d dam by 'i oung America, he by Tarloi'a Mea. No. 10; JfkeKlmo'elitdam br Mambrlnn Mtttm. ductions, Wl III D ' aagrj 34 dam by MUlrr'a Denmark, aim Eagland are so exactly reproduced that 1S74 when he was elected City Judge of liancy, and to be deprived of her presence traction for the former. Tom Saunders has him a iXoM mui tt Me 6af taiil. Hoik which uvrU. per. Imp. I'lauaor dam by Starlight, by Chetokw, in tht Abdallah MlrnrVe tolu are 1th dam by J Ira Koll, oteof ilia r'cebortraof kind, fine and large and tt d raovera, both In old Mt. Sterling, which office he held most one can imagine oneself in the dear seemed more than they could bear. Yet returned from Fia, Mra. S. A. Hipgics la lila day, 4th dam a noted Saddle mare brought harueai and under the raddle I bar one of hli that with cry little handling trotted a X "inland of the West" that is the loved creditably for four years, institnting many they bowed in humble submission to Di- visiting in Stanford. Hon. F. F. Bobbin from Irglnla, pedigree unknown They will make the eeann of ISM at J B Bar-rl- ', arc.! alao another that wai aa promlileg, butIn 40 owand systematizing tho busi vine will, feeling aasnred that their darling has returned from Frankfort, and it is said one mil from titantord on the Hmtontllle ing loan accident hit never mother of us all." needed reforms AbUo pike, tillt Kdre Ii a dark brown, 18 haudi high, i dallah Mlenco, although a natural trained. tore, ndlte If you will take a glance at tbe map you ness of the office eo that it crew to bs worth was safer in the upper fold. Again the haa announced a determination to run for yrara oM thli aprlo; and will ataod at trotted a full mil oil alOipc ab.wtr.rk In 2 IS, Mtci etx wecke or two mentbi' handling, timet will see, how, beginning with "Norih Caps" from SI, 500 to $2 000 a year, whereas his sable garments have been resumed. There the office of Commonwealth's Attorney. by H. $10 to Insure n Living Coll. cf ItsjlaroMulr Mr. T. itji btrouJJ in Lat. 34 8. and running down 8. W. to predecessors failed to make a support out is a hush of stillness about tbe home, and Mra. Mat Hutchinson and little; daugh jhow a 230 gall any lime ait and my .lock before hre1lngeliwhere, SilrarKln Lit. 47, the islands embrace just the raugo of it. He was mainly instrumental in se tbe gentle wife sits silent in grief Tbe ter, of are by the bedilde of Mrs. ime ratn. f will be llmltid to IS uiarea, at tbe P04KMM eou ol the Wit and eato money, for he He lis T(n o J thli Hnrlnc. Ii a running and trotting that secures this likenes to tbe old coun- curing the passage of tbe present charter of husband is cone now. Goae from earth H.'a sister, Mr. Jm F, Holdam, who con beautiful Xnj, IS handi 3 Intbet high Will alio cro? in eilitenc. Il It a lutilul brawn, 1SH baud; high (gMlne uminrr) eupvrlar bona iiuu ai raoie pa( a u Jlca, development of that the city, acknowledged to be thV best in try, and makes the and tauKleaiiJuan Ji tor tLeimali turn of into eternal fields. Gone from the trials tinues very low, MIm Doorcs, Lancaster, similarity in the future, still more striking; tho State. In January 1S79 he purchased and temptations which ever await us here jsaleohoc. Dick Ward, of Paint Lick, $10 the Season or $12 CO to Injure. il the Democrat of Capt. Chevis, but after ed- into tbe presence of tbe great King. when the fading fauna and flora, of the His jent Sunday here. John N. Menefee was At as to lomre colt, money due at waanlng time. I will alao itaud uy flnej&tl, with Hell a land go out, with the melting race iting it a year wai compelled by bere last Saturday, and the boyt tay he can la June. brown Jackhigh. white polnu, S yrara o'd weary eyes have closed forever. IS bandi H waa ilrrd by Alkln'a of Maones, and are completely replaced by to sell it. The following year he became king William During his illness his mind wandered in beat any quarter horse that every made a dam a Mlaek and he by King i'hlllip; bit flnt At $ IO to Injure. He Ii IS banda i Krhre high, tatln Jennet, the ilrnl by Thli- r for th'e Farmers Na fitful the imnortaiiuiiS and emigrations from (he general au.1 aa mu h atyle ai a dreams, to his boyhood home, whore race. They'gaye hitn some exercise. J. up and he by King I'nIIIlp, hit xnJ Uaui by wlm Ono U.rtt. il a a tional Bank of his city and remained in he waa reared with a gentle sister, whom Hackney and wife, of London, spent Sun- - lore Caitte The Store Ciulejick Ii a large grey. brerdrr and conquering country. lllirvienueUats?0. ilavetven three of hli llO-' the K. A J. It. i IUltli. t I vt J. Already the groat fhel of steamers are that capacity for some ttiree years, in colli from Jenoeti that do honor to any jack aru. J. Ufa-le- y he so much desired to see. Although be aaynerewiiiiAir.it. a. Marei parlr.1 with reoderi the Unaitntt due busily plying around her rock bound shores, meantime being elected city clerk. Evans, of Danville is visiting relative Thoae who tar traded mirei brcl lat mkki are had for years been denied her companion1SSO tUHG. reminded that my money Ii due and ex 3ctnl. the railroads networking the inland; and able to restrain his old love, he bought ship, still the memory of her goodness here. Ure taken to prevent acildinti, but Bet rwpon-ilM- e ibould any oct ur. the thrifty and successful population rap-idl- y back the Democrat in June 18S3 and with hovered over him, and her name was oft ,,-The following story comes from a school " r. s. von-Ki.r- , filling up the "waste placee," they are the three duties his hand were about as full repeated with deep emotion, which porIn the midlands. The master told tho boya destined to reclaim in the name of "Israeli aa could be. In January 1831, he gave up trayed a brother's tenderest love. In exof tbe third claci tn write a short essay on God," are the earnest and forerunners of all but the newspaper to which he devoted tending our sympathies to a bereaved sis- Columbus, The following was sent up by the futnte great new of this the fairest of all his energies. About this lime he and ter in a distant State, we can truly niy, an ambitious easaytst: "Clumbus was Wilt mak a Tbaalreof IrMteri. rotditera and more fancy and IMS at my the leimn of Capt. W. T Havens, of the Sentinel, effected you were renumbered. O to be rememberall th'e British possessions in the East LWery Htabl man who could make an egg stand on end Biateru horata than any other lUllton InBtanford, Ky., and will though her limits can not for a moment a consolidation of tbe two pipers and a ed! HaW sweet the thought! A halo of la Kentucky, will make th tuaian of lll four U permtttnil t wrr a without breaking it. The King of Spain mile weit of Stanford, directly on tbe Ki.ob Lick llmlttd tiumbir ot maieiat presume to compare with the immensity of daily was started in'uddition to the weekly. peace surrounds that word. When Christ said to ClumbuM 'Can you discover pike, and will, on acceuntof the ilepreiilon over daibe permlttc-Though deserving of a better fate tke her gigantic aister, Australia may you be America?' 'Yea,' said Clumbus, 'if you erirytnlng,low price ot 1 la aervs marea at tbe 813 (ho NcuHuii. shall come to claim his own, extrrmely Ot I wish I could transfer to paper the ly did not prove a profitable investment, as remembered then is our prayer. will give me a ship.' So he had a ship snd Due w Jinn rvlrarrrn-YeO)i? beauty of the enchanting scenery through tbe people were not yet ready for the In To the ajed father and family we extend sailed over the rca in the direction where $15 the Season or 820 to Insure. dare-1- . JllO to Imure a . which we are passing as I write. We are novation, and after a bright and brilliant our kindest sympathies We know you he ? "'o lie thought America ought to be found, to (irau fiirslihed at S3 ner month I)u rtr.i.v.n df.'i to !Iniu-a- a living colt, uriu aacariaiurO, or due when the colt It prevent acctdanta or escapee, but will not be threading our way between the rocky head- career it "tucked its little toes under tbe have been tossed to and fro on life's bioaled. Danville Wllkei Ii a bnautirul mtl.mr. The sailors quarreled and said they believhog Id any occur. ? ,u.n?lrK ,SS h"di high of gre.t trottlog ac mainland and the outlying daisies." The wtekly, howeyer, continues llowsand that your caret have been many. lands of the -a Jt black ed there waa no such place. But after Ur in foreheadand two while Noljby IdIthanda high, and frat, nandllngtt 4 yeara, 7,lth islands, that are mere prodigious masses of to boom and is one of the best and most But there it consolation in Israel's God many days the pilot came to him and said: banda i Inch high, fin mane and tall, good, bony dlitleguiihed almielf ai a breedeV and haa aalriady He Ii leg, beautiful bead and neck, excellent ihoulder of Alcyone, but a larger hor la erery rock, rising sheer from the deep sea, in va- enterprising sheets In the State, a credit and as vou descend the elope of time, and 'Clumbua, I 'Then that Is back and loin In tact, faultl-- e i In aymnietry; and tee land.' and hli gait and blood line, ,1k, ,ia,,I auj main- alike to the town and to its owners. On ried and often fantastic shapes. The near theehoreiof a great eternity, if you America,' said Clumbus. When the ship will guaranlc there doctn't lite n italllou pollened of a better dlipoaltlnn, and tbeae qualllle h."Jh,n'MQ', '' Hl'nratand only7.y" land ia like the coast of Scotland, in rug- the 2S.h of September, 1872, Mr. Garrison will trust In God, he will lighten your bur- got near tbe land waa full of black men, be Invariably Imparta to hli progeny. Nobt-- It 'm lJ be.nbanJle.1 liMalll VaR.nf namTl tbe lire ol of Nobby, Jr recotd iio,,, and old In honor of one of th. falreit aud ged beauty. The deep indentations of was united in marriage to Mies Fannie, a dens, and give yon a crown of victory. Clumbus brUhtt Uw,u said: 'It this America?' 'Yes, forti.OOO, when handled very little. On of hla of Indiana, i,na la a worthy namiiak ol royal coast, travellers tell me, are most like the daughter of Cipt. Henry Jones, of Mt. "Tho' your lamp be lighted late, yet lie It It,' said they. Then he said: colU trotted lail aeaaon, training, In 'I suppose 2 JC, another In 2 S5 end onwith 2littleand waa Kld .iV Vi ' hf ,bowe,, J""" r,0M t0 'n 5 In 81, fijords of Norway, of which we all have Sterling, and their union has been blessed will let you in." you are tbe nljsirer,?' 'Yes,' they tald, 'we farl2,SO0 llli luckllnga wore tbe tie at th r.l'fe'.dVn.rSV.T1 b" '"' th' b" Huatonvllltand Danville Kaln over rlngicftwcn which we should all like to sec. with four children. In religion Mr. Garri Danville Wllkei Ii by Lyle'a Om Wllkea. Jr read and To Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall, of Junction are.' The chief said, T suppose yon are ty and twenty-fou- r coin. Nobby waiilrp-- l Iit Ciar. 'm " W tlkea br Wkedaddl just now, and son la a Rjformer and in politics a demo- City, who stood with such noblo spirit and The ocean is like a mill-ponaire of bT Clumbus?' 'You are rltrht.' said he rard thief, the 3i'4 liedHull Dike, 2J3',j Mam. Trumpeter, litdaDioIBkedaldlebrMed M.lim brlno Hippy. 2 y I'rook. 2SJ',, bill Arp, Sd dam Aratui, ittidam Imp, the "smooth deceitful" surface is innocent crat, free from the taint of mugwump-er- ministered to the suffering of his dying Then tho chief turned to his men and said: 2 31; Uarrarl I'hlet by Sianilrino Cbfef, ilrr if taile, Sthdam Wild Heir, Cth lciliei.W says whatsoever. to Fee "the brother, wo also offer sincere It and exceedingly anxious of any mischief Idy sympathies. "There is no help for ii; we are discovered and Thorn, !ll'(, Woodford Slambiloo, 2 2Ji, j III tree blra further Into the lborooghi.rr.1 fim- othcrain the. Jl llii Itut dam bv Frank. Viii,LrC.'.,!i,,T,.r?r,'.s,, lUm ' "asvill "trust me, I am quite harmless." Atro- rascals turned out," for the fulfillment of May peace attend you while journeying at last ' I 2d dam by Aratui Sddatu by Itya-ik'a Hamhle-tonlaMeadley by Waxy, 2d dim JJhel- "London Htandard 4th dam by l)lomtln. Nobby'a dam a Tu cious liail I know your false and pitiless which latter sentiment let us all unite in here and when in the sunset of life you Waxy, th ",rrapn, j i uaw thoroughbred mar, laid to b by Imp. Tranby. r..Wr,TT,Xb,.un,' "l d"a " "Jr I'artlng with mare eball forfeit the Iniuranc heart too well even to trust you again for prayer. are called to lie down on the coach of tn ail case and a llin retained on all colli until (Jraai furnlihed at 12 ner month. a moment. And yet thou art beautiful, death may gentle hands smooth your pil aerrlce charge li pall. 'or further information, .,f,Vn.,P1':TBl'ais.i.ut will not bereipon! The Mother's Influence. .. callouor addrcea any occur. f. W. I'UOtf,; whether in repose or lasbed to fury with How tenderly does tbe wayward boy low, and loving words comfort you as you M. McAi-kh,Ur IKMI .1. T. .Vr.V.Vrf,t,i:r, ilanford. Starch. 1V. fierce winds. And I don't forget that tbe when grown to manhood, speak of his pass from earth Into a haven of rest preManfoM. .y. "Prince of tho power of the air" is the mother. What fond recollections are pared for those who love the Savior of men. author of all tbe mischief wrought through awakened when her name is mentioned. Now we offer a word of comfort to the thee and thy devouring waves. To the aged there is no name that calls up wife to E:ta our dear sister. "Let not The Combined Btel.'Ioa Four days ago we sailed out of Sydney so many pleasing memories. Thli One alalllon will your heart be troubled, neither let it be mak the aeamn of 1814 at 35 regretfully from our hatbor. We parted J my p'ace, three mllrnlroii Carlyle's mother wrote him when he wss afraid." The loving links which bind us Htenford on the titantord feHow.boarders at Mrs. Edgar's exquisitely preparing for the work of life: "Do make here must be broken, "Shadow and shine Foiled May '8,183). Uadarkbrownwllh.rn.il A Danville pike, at VW-Jtkepi- - establishment in Macquarie street. religion your great study, Tom'; if you re- it life, flower and thorn." We weep for eymmetrlcallnform with lunerlor atyle, fijt atar; It uu.uuiii: xira nearr man n,i t.n Mh ta' $16 to Insure a Mare remained longer barnraaand under ddla. He Andlwe would gladly have pent it I will bear the blame forever." tbe shadows that have fallen on your home, noblhunipterletiiirk.ha bywai aired br Ut in foal. Oo.ld.rd'. in the beautiful city had doors of useful- Then he went away in Edinburg at the age but wo pray for your peace. May God mark, he by Galoai A Cromwell'a Deninirkthe by the tho race horn Denmark, he by 'im. He li a black, foaled in ness and service fot the Master opened to of twenty five, she wrote: "Tell me hoc is weighing help you to lift the cross which Vrm..i r.." H82,ilxtoenhandihli!h, by William W.lcb. by Purled t,.Hedecford ;."".ueamart. ..t "." ?i . iut ii- lit ilim i,r n a dim' h ltyadyke'a Hambletnnlanj lit dam Kat by Olil'a ".--' uur.u us. But they did not. We receired no estly if you read your chapter every morn your spirit so heavily, and enable you to Vermont; 24 dam Hlack tjwan by florae .3d dam by Montgomery a Ullrer, Jd dam York-iblrWhat little lad? How do you spend your Sabbaths in look beyond earth's storm and despair, into encouragement to remain. by Imp. Yorkiblre; Sd dam Little Emily by by old Drennon. lireedeia wllf fk nolle that Wagner, by Imp. Wagner; 4th dam fcnillr Hied wa,i I'v.atBBV uiuim iirinnara' we did in the six services held in that tumultuous city." Carlyle's biogra work it fields of unfading bloom, where loved ones i.,.i. !,, ."" by Imp, btrlathan; Sihdaiu by Packolet; filhdaia Oth.r it.lllnn nnw In IK. .....I by (Irandriver: 7th iliulir jr.rtltn.l Phmnlr. claMbor.ei.cn will acknowleAg Sydney, was under the auspices of a dear pher tells us that lhee early impressions are watohinj? and waiting for you. hit produUl 8th dam by Hannibal, utli diu by silky, by How. mora flrtt claaa taddla aud conibliuM TtnVn Bro. Ardill (whom I wish all who love the received from his mother can be traced For little Bessie bereft of a father's el. (Soo Kmllr Sp-- d in lirure'a tud Book, Vol. any other known In Ktntucky. Haa pronn him. I, page 5U1 Vermont Hambletonian le a very aeli an excellent breeder. remember with love and hon- through all his writings. "Troupe" to watchful care, our hearts are indeed sad, The saddle ataillon, with fine atne and bi m, good action or) who would gladly haye done more; but eirw nuiiam welcn, with private record ol 25. Washington spoke of "home influenoea and our eyes look upon her in tender pity, ermont being a grand mu of Itylyke'a Hambte. be was so haudicapped by the jealousy and directed by his mother" aa the source of Yet the Shepherd, who watches over His tonlan, tbograndetare living, ami GUI' Vermont comblued, baikl by thorough bleed, ought Fo!ed fay 1, 1879. I. a rich raahocour Lat selfishness of his fellow "workers" In Syd.b;SJi1.,8l, h.'"J hie lucceas in life. That mother read the dear lambs, will ever be near to guide you to make floe alock horae, "J . fV airietly tgi ..... uuiu a I will alio atand atthe aaue place a fine Jack. bree.li M.j, ney that it is as much at be can do to Bible to him when very young and "Hall's both over tbe rugged hillt and point you tmcy, and a mor. uallorm' breeder aaddler aadl Imp. VIetaw. work dler. can not be found; bai nerer produce.! ofitmr. "stagger on" in his own a l Contemplations," and otherwise shaped the to the green pastures and still waters of life. TtlOH. UOniNHOX. e c t but wnat baa abown iiddle One should think that the service he is en- character of her boy, When she heard of You have His promise and His promises lr. g vlng the blue-li- e the, avl dlerlDgifiomthnl.l.tcolt every m V gaged in could only meet with a hearty hit success, she said: "It It nothing more are sure. offtprlng. He I. higa-ta- ll .tlo on bothIhorouU"God speed" from all who love the LORD. my mother," wai our Total powder nvr varies. A marvel of purity, "Bury me beside P r t than J. expected, as ueorge was always a "M.mg " economical r..r In gait, L.J! flnlibrer acllremid He heads a misiioa for the reclamation of good boy." Consequently hit re- atrtngth and wholeeoiaeneea. Mar nnt K. uM brother's request, In 'ff'htly aired '"""i form and nim rperfect mod- -, than th ordinary klndl. and ran W by Kumpur Denmark, the lire aj the many prisoners that are dally dischargthe multitude of tcet, abort of Prince Denmark, (aa ulran alir.i It is a touching story that is told of Sen- mains were followed by a large and deco-- 1 coinpetlton with nhoapbate powdera.low Sold only In weight alum or ed from the graatjail of the city. These procession of friends to Parksville can a, ilb Itorir, Bakjmo Powpaa O. ator Hill, who every morning that he was rous IOC Wall DtreetNew York. are aet at the door, ai they come out, in at home went into the parlor to look at the cemetery, where he was beautifully and by the celebrated Maaou'a Wnlp; ad breakfast, and every vited to a comfortable dam a Whip portrait of his mother, who bad trained elegantly laid to rest beside his mother effort made to get them places of honest .. Th. at ore horaei will m.t. ih. .... who had preceeded him many years ago. I him to tenderly. When he waa too feeble my farm, 3H mile from JiBJtonville. near Carnan. employment, to that any one really wish- to walk A touching and appropriate prayer was I offer for salt raj Farm ot 100 lcfc7,iltii-aU- d he was carried to look at that por to.erre man it J J;rA?n' "Dd "' $13 ,o to Iniureallring ing to reform cin have an excellent start in near county, the trait, and said. "I will soon be with her then offered by Rev. J. M. Bruce of Stan- Htapford, AWalnut Flnt, Lincoln mllesYrom ohStan- HTjaaaKt comniltto.t to my care and breeding Crab Orchard pike, 4 r jjuiATvJiev'HarnB iifjjajajjjjjjaj tbe right direction by accepting the atten- again." will receive my personal attention ford, after which he was left in the bosom ford and 8 mltea from Crab Orchard. Tbe land ii (Iran be paid for an tions of these unselfish friends. And yet I0xcuoni CODUIIIOD.barn abundanra nt xt.r thn remoral oi lu.r.. Nn ru.nnn.ii.iii,. -beta early of rrolher earth, guarded by that watchful fendog good, spailoua Said John Athworth: ''At 'an andaheda. Impltmtnt. . ........ 'lent, or CVlltfl. P. .tin.. r ... TL this dear, go 3d man, who is literally "pour- hour in the day, slipping out of the boue,rfo'.l'aerraw,tall new, bulltin 1884 '"" """ lne . Jnaurane. ' house Eye, that "knowetb onr frame and remem- - CoolbiUtrle dfftuijir ao.actc la, vbesi; and '8S, 40 Mrw aa Paul says his an oblation" ing ottt HB.Srn. NTKEbK C4RFKNTEB, at to awaktn none of the family, I heard a bareth that we are dust." May he teat In la oata and agwad to timothy and cUver, 20 acre for eort: realdoTer tn a fait', Termi and prico Tbe fine Imported life for this good cause, and laboring, at I low voice. ptace it the prayer af many hearts. Norman alalllon, will make the reaaonable. (Ill-m- ) h. it. Jfiti'OK, Butnfor, It was my mother's voice, and V"ori of 1888 at the liable of J. M Wray. at know few on earth to work, is hampered Parksville, Ky. S.A. R. "Pink Cottage," y tullea irom Sianford' at ber children by name. the was praying-loat every turn by the jealousy of other I heard her say, 'Lord bless John; keep The Agricultural Bank, of Paris, hat FlHeeu DollnrM I lie Meanoli, christian organic itions, that ought to sec him from bad company and make him a PIANOS AND ORGANS. juit pasted ita tenth anniversary. It hai a Iuaurea Colt. Chamio Imdarkifra his efforts instead of hindering tbem. ond useful man.' The words went to my young capital of $76,500, but only $23,000 was Meters. 8. B. A L. J. Cook ars Agents for the lamli high, wrlghi 1,810 pouudi and la alx fCONIINUED NEXT I&3CE 1 A. Co. Pianos and Organi, which em- yeataold the win ol May next. Helioftlnaityle heart and are ringing in my ears to this paid when it commenced builneta. It has John Church brace tbe following moat excellmt Inatrumenta; ana action, goal in tbe lolne, well ribbed and A postscript tq this letter asks that his hour."-R- ev. oouy, wun Knabe A. Co., Robert H. Wllliamt. and slill haa Everett Planoi. Haielton Broi,, Decker A Bon and i.rxo well aet on. wen snap! aiinuiiieri; head paid $54,589 to stockholders address him till further noAlao, Clougb & Warren and th correspondents It waa fm ported by O. W. Htub. hurts and many sorts of ails of A Co., ol Dloomtngton. III., risot. 14. 1882 $30,03Vundlvlded1prdflfsr Its stock It In John Church A. Co. Organa. Those Inatrumenta Equlre Ephriam Eelgwin, of Jtfltraon-vllitice at San Francisco, Cal. are moit excellent In tone, of great durability and ' $140. demand-atman and beast need a cooling' w defy competition. All of then, are warranted Ind., the Oretna Green of Kentucky An Illinois Grand Jury baa failed to for Ore year. Itefersncea: A. B, Penny, Mn. couplesj'-hfts-beealotion. Mustang- Liniment'.' The total cost of the Rief rebellion In n.j. varDenter, J. ai. rniiipi, j. M. Mooroand Magistrate Indictment against' the deputy sheriffs eloping find Jamea Beailey, BtanforJ; MTrs. Maggie Holme, eight ycartttWin that time hat married the Northwest Territory wa$4',7o0',000, Crab Orchard: Oen. W. J. Laadram and Mia Lla who fired on tbe mob in East St; Louis feea have ranged from and tbe causalities 20 killed and 200 tie Huffman, Lancatr, Ky. Of all klnda for eat aa cheap aa the very cheapest. during the recent strike troubles. The an- - 1,488 couplet. Ills Mlaaea Itote Itlcbarda and Ella Ramiey, auli-ta- Pleneglvemea call Ixfore buying wounded, 25 ccuta to $25. agentr, 121-ued have been set at liberty. ' iral INMEMORIAM. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. XBll at 3g3l i tgeMSPBrcW ffpffViffMrtiffk yg& V GEO. O. BARNES. , a b, ol tluid-detea- Hut-tonrll- "J L i . BET C Hlf E5 1 ri Tar-ehiab- ;" BLACK HAWK! t. Abdullah Gloncoo f.li-erty al moth-compelle- d x&aa --t- .S&ISia trcfi" y Gilt Edge &Silver King bt Alex-ndtr- Kan, h abo-rigiu- stevje Walker, Mcelroy, flnt-clai- book-keepe- liafirit-claMjacka- m tf Mokhj u Danville Wilkes! flnt-cla- d. L "' eoun-terp- d ul'? y n; Vermont Hambletonian. STALLI0NSP0R 1886. Prince en in ark f jrs "' "- - 1 n'i e, ."' -? a'i bold-gnt- . WAIXACE , DENMARK. POWDEi "" lOS-t- Absolutely Puv&. CHAMPO! mamDiaHaW , WAMMt WMNhtofiHR zsgKZMm '. !rittt V'tefl ii. .,. -- w ",?otb0tnir 5 h i r OrJto All Sorts of - an-ne- ck e, -a "j ut lt ILlHlUavA iJiljhXS.