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J STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1886. arrangement for that big theatre in Cincinnati during the hot months, when eren pleasure isekera can't go to seo plays, I hope the genoroui lessees itili hold It, and will repeat their offer. bo glad to get home And seo old friends, I wondor how many letter of welcome await us in Auckland. I wonderl I wonder) But what is tho use. No! I Mnlnttrior lournal -- AT Nathl make your Vttbtlnhetl Ttieatlau ami Friday 83 X13ltANNUM,OASH. It understood If we crwllt lht IJ.SO will bo ex. demanded. Peeled and I shall W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo and Nothing Elao." 8.8 "MAIlll'OSA'OFKTHr. coast or New Zealand, April 20th, 1B80. fcOKTINCED FKOU LABT ISSUE. I will just dismiss Byilney In a icntence And tbo Prices namod almost take your breath for Cheapnces. Our solo ambition ia to that I bollere Isa jmland true one. It ii tie moat beautiful placo I erer taw; it Is tho"doadMt"-ptrUualljr,- nnd tha jstlouaj il,u .v vtin'iMim tn lis .ear I .. ?.. .w null cav; ui neat workers," nulllfr largely tlo Bood The Xlr.st-CIa.- ss they might otherwise accomplish. .lying need of Sydney ii a great "mita!," XTull that will bring all hoarti together. I hope ! Moody and Banker will be used of the LOUD to bring this about. I think they Our goods ore tbe best and we only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. "We could nevor loarn to follow. Wo want to achievo success by deserving it. Wo don't expect to get rich in a day. Wo almost swap dollars with .our will. It ii toa pltlfnl to eo the detil Letter from Sappho. customers, we sell at so small a profit, still wo have no bad debts and find ourselves gaining in strength as a business ''hating his own way" in such a lofely (To the HJItor of tho Iiterlor Journsl.) Houeo all tho time. spot. "Sly gospel" would, I am sure, have New Yoiik, Msy 21 Everybody is go The Calicoes and Cottons wo soil to our customers at 5 cents a yard aro worth that by tho car-loaexcept the wrought that deetrabje result, but It was leg away and I, too, long for the blue akiea discount wo get off for cash. not allowed a hearing Moody's prestige and blue grass of a lovelier retreat than all Wo think wo can sell you Shoos and Clothing at n saving of from $3 to 85 over city pricea. Our low pricos on way be used to tflsct era eatrwee. I these ultra fashionable seaside resorts. Ye Shoes of ovory description aro tho marvel of tho age. All the fine Laco Curtains and beautiful Whito Goods that the only nun on earth to whom Here he is merrle nionthe of Maye is bidding us fare, sold so low in the auction will bo closed out cheap. If you pay cosh and want to seo how for a dollar will go, call at an unhindered entreo of thcee hermetically well with such an access of warmth and permitted. I pray sealed premises will be involuntarily the mighty We soon saw smiles that he may visit them soon. metropolis eets about its annual Hrglra to that it was not our diet of labor. 8o we eea and mountain. Erery ocean steamer KENTUCKY- didn't waste time attempting the Impossithat leaves our shores is freighted with LOUD commanded ble, butdid as the souls. Every train that shrieks its way took oursrlvea of! elsewhere. HUFFMAN, I will sell at auction In 8Un TANKBTOCK. IiBE JL lord, June court Jay, 0 shares or stock lo tks the Into the country will noon bo laden with left on Lst Thurday-the22nd- -we Farmers National Hank of that place. Thomas S. BTJROXION human seeker after rest and health. (121-lI'ausoki , Stanlonl. "Mariposa" for New ZnUnd. We could BTANFOED, KY. The fearful rush nnd hurry of business Office South tide Main Htioet, two doors abovi t as far as Auckland, in hsr, though onlr the Myeri Hotel: must relax and civo us time to breathe. X"2 she goes on to 8n Francisco. Ojr placea Fare Nitrons Oxide Qss administered when required. . filial from that cltT br tivoeneer who The question is what shMl we broslha and nheir? So the "bloated beholder" takes E. H. BUBNSIDE, Shlnale'MUl with engaged their places long ago. The Lonion McClellan amd Lee. Gen. Lse and I Oottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Strawa brief cruise in hts yacht, and then power Cogtne and a Jointer, a Eshibltiou fills up ercry steamer now Corn Mill. Belling Complete. Mabt. Burrir, knew each other well in tbe dava before tbe - Known repairs to his gaily painted, seven-gabl- e This Old berries, Ico Oicam, Batter kept on ice, Stanford, Ky. whatover route is choen whether via Long its-Higwar. We had servtd together in Mexico Branch cottsgo nt ulbt, only to hurStill fresh and nice; Ice to retail; Ico-col- d lljt we were able Colombo or Honolnlu. ry tack to tho still ing air of the rounting-hon- ee and commanded against each other in tbo 31. K. TA1.XOB, Cider, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, to book by the nut steamer of this line, AHD noxt duy. His family extends their Ptinlniula, I bad the highest respect for Doo't forget that It Is headquarters for good But- Of LOGAN COUNTY, Is a Candfdate for tbe office to California -- the Miraroa-aa'd- tog going Ht-- ll ter his abllitj as a commander, and knew that ofSuperintendent of Public Instruction, subjict Its Proprietor is Determined that bring Mil, outing, for why live at all if one can not to tbe Democratic Htato Convention. outhe20ih of May. Tale will it Shall be Second to no Country be was not a General to be trilled with or go "oot of towti?'' Hotel in the State in its Pare, "If the LOUD will" to 8n Francisco about Aflordod an opportunity of striking PLANOS FOR SALE. The paorrr mechanic contents himself carclcslv Appointment, or Attenthe middle of June. Huhl I csu hardly a fatal blow. Kich of us naturall v regardwith a Sunday runvor sail to Brighton or BY E tion to Comfort of One square Fltuo, In a good state of prracrra-tlo- n, that though on the way and pur reallts ed his own army as the better, but each en their Guests. for 873; one excellent Square, price 8100; one month Manhattan Bsach, or to that conspicuous passages engaged. The intermediate point of Coney Island wh.se the big ele- lertained the hlsheit rtaptct for tbe en- Upright, narly war, $173; one Urge Square PiDas:Kas;e nlllbeeoaveyed to and front the da Kcutuckj'H ICouto East we spend (in useful service we trust) in , For Information call at this office or durance, courage and fighting qualities of ano, ( free of charge. Special accommodations FOtt Zjaland-Wodi- n,? at Auckland this phant stand watting. This elephant ie the opposing M jcrs, Stanford. New to Commercial Travelers. The II am ill armj; and this feeling extend- see Mr. S. S. 3U-H- . tbe rriult of a sudden and novel inplra-tIon- v Washington, Philadelphia and always supplied Tilth the choicest 121-- lt S. C. TltVEUEAItT. capital of tho North Islaud evenlng-t- be ed to the officers aud men. It waa perfect. brands of Liquors and CIsars. Now York. Tho proprietor undsrtook to build a colony. and a "chief city" f M MWlr that The only line running restaurant and hotel on the Island. His lv natural undor these circumitanca Thunday, the 22id, was my 59ih birth friends said, "You will find that you have both of us should exercise a certain amount l'ULLMAX NEW SLEEPING CAttS day. We all went out to St. Siaur'a of caution. I in inv endeavors to ascerI bsre Juit returned from the city and I cordlal-of AKD commu- - an elephant on your hands." "An elephant and pulook of our "first lr tnvltc you buying, see mr Llegant Line tain Le' strength, position and intentions illlllnervbefotoocall and 1 alio call attention to SOLID confirmation," and received our it shall be," was the quick determination, nlon after selected itoclcof Ladlea' Underwear my FHOM so tbe structure went up In the exact shape beforo I struck the final blow; be to abitain and tineli Kotloni. Handkerchiefs Collars, Cum ana cerllGcatet of membership In the ' Church extended movements of Invasion, Coneuof diflerent stylet. Ltdltn' White Em- Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. of a mammoth elephant not a white ele from anv broidered Dreues. I can be found at my ttoro tn ofEniland"from the good lector Stod to Washington Oity, Louisville & Nashville E. R. pbant, but of a goad ubatantial, dirt color and to hold his army well in band until ho the room lately vacated by the Connecting in the same depot with dart. I am not gol" to enlarge upon thU. .HUS. UJ.TiiJiVJDJBIlA.B. beast himself. Every part Is per could ba satisfied aa to the condition of the like tho atanlord, Ky. TUB OR EAT Fast Trains for Now York. Il meant moro to me than it pxilbly can feet, and the interior is divided into saloons armv of tbe Potomac after its second Bull 110 2m The Direct Konteto I don't wish to drsg them to my readers. and apartments according to tho space al- Ran campaicn, and as to tho intentions of Lynchburg, Danrllle, Norfolk and all Virginia THROUGH TBUNK . after me into a psntbly unwelcime subject. nail norm uarouna roinis. There it its commander. rGen. McClellan, in CenXO TUB roa was the most lowed by curves and angle. So I will only say that it For tickets and lurther Information, apply to stands, the obierred of all observers for tury. your Wm. Boering & Co.'s Mowers, Blnd roe, nearest ticket omce or auaresa n . W. Mon. birthday of my Ille, and solemnly eventful uenerai Agent, ioxiujiod, &.j, miles around. It is netdleM to add that ers and Reapers, A PltEVENTlVE or Cut Woiims. A gen full of reel and peace. W. C. WICKUAH, II. W. FUXiXiEB, its very 2d Vice President, Oen'l Pou'r Ag't. WITU if. nt nut nt harbor ett 5 1'. M The cess. Itnovelty ofhas insured financial suc- tleman gives his experience with cut worms CmbOrclmril, Keuiucky. lUchmond, Virginia. is one many monuments to the and may be of sufficient interest to the and 8ydney looked u it evening was psrfect Pullman Palace j31eepers. defunct Jumbo. readers of the Western lobacco Journal to her best (oh what an incompuable "best" The dally pipers are teaming with crowd- induce many to test hts simple remeHis) ai we sped dawn the bar. The view EionlsvlUe photographed on ed columns of advertisements for country dy. He read in a seed annual that to Nashville, isjusttheonel wanted hoard and country boarders. Thousands land near the seashore Is not Infested with Memphis, memory. I have noticed how often the MT. VERNON, KY. Atlanta, of persons accustomed all their lives to the cut worms or slugs, and the salt LOUD has brought this about In our dear Montgomery, salt sea air, feel that they could not exist In the atmosphere was supposed to destroy n Hotel It still mainThU old and travels round His planet ever giving us Kock, in the interior. Familiar with tbe long, them Following this suggestion, be sowed taining Its fine reputation. Charge rwionablo. glt'-p- scs of how ne would have tt, and not Mobile and New Orleans Fourth and Main, low, sandy beach, where the sun'd rays pour about four bushels of salt on an acre of 8pecll attention to the traveling public. leaving u with a hideous remembrance of si. xmrconu, m?r, KY. in fervor all day, where trees are unknown, land, and finds that this land is still free LOUISVILLE, Mt. Vcinoo, Ky, Only one change to points In how tho devil hM dafaced It. PrsUe His and where ouly tho cool night brerio offori from this pest, fifteen years after the salt dear nasao for these minor mercies. compensation, they llye and die in igno- was sown, while tbe land immediately The "Apollo Yoke" Shirt. J We were met outside by a heavy eea. rance of our dnlightful western retreats. around it has a crop of cut worms every We perhaps thought we were "old sailors" Men's Fnrniahln? Uoods. "sylvan dells" and Of 'tho charming spring. Another gentleman says he sowed I will i'ellvr Ice to regular ciitoiners In Stanford i.r tM. tlino and so did not consciously "mountain shadows" whero health every morning at and vicinity cornea salt to prevent rust in wheat, and has not Becking homes on the line of this road will recelre lean hard upon the LOUD, as in earlier pedal rates. asking and wealth grows from tho been troubled with cut worms sinre. The Oiio Cent Pound. tUTSee Agents of thli Company lor rates, routes the cause -- we wire hor. for the days. Whatever simplicity of one's derires. Ac, or write close of each mentSi, oe Accounttdueat the salt should be sowed on plowed ground ribly sick, as were nearly all tho other pas. C. P. AIMOBE, O. P.AT.A., I was forcibly reminded recently of my in the fall. We have heard of other exper- when rujtoiat r quits. LoultTllle, Ky, to announce hit The three days and three nighte. 122-- tf oengers-f- or Jl.K.ItABUOtr. readerseditor tt Mom J). 1'lume, wno wroteto Dr. that Of her romanekiei much pr'isd native Slate. -the tend to prove the iments with salt that Bourne's tunny adrertltements, is dead. The On Etster tic watering places and of the warm hearts tnith of this theory. It is worth a teat. Urge monies paid him for writing tblt column clciredj the sea wjut down; everybody got brought on soltenlngol the brain and be died of and open hands that gathor there. A Western Tobacco Journal. much toiartneaa. PIANOS AND ORGANS. tooOr. Bourne it determined, howerer, to giro bis f well at once. I preached twice to crowded nothing could exceed wealthy old gentleman with a beautiful customers the benefit of tnls Urge salary lnpilcot. congregation; and Maud and her George were in the parlor, Mcaars. 8. It. A L. J. Cook are Agents for tbe Beelde selling but rather delicate young wife laid down & MISSISSIPPI John Church A Co. Pianos ant Organs, wbloh emthe oontrist. 1 1 wai a very reiorrection. W his paper and gently rubbing the mists and Maud'a father -- who, by the way, i brace the following most excellent Instruments: Medicines, Fancy Articles, Toilet Qoods, MuUtter, For three daya pallid wretchedness Knabe & Co., lUaeltoa Bros., Deoker A. Hon and down on the mugwumps was laying down from his spectacles, preparatory to another Spectacles, Instruments, sic Merchandise, Everett Iiano. Also. Clough A '.Varren and the ing the decxs; filling tho state rooms; groan-inhis political tenets to Maud'a George: "I John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments Jewelry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing laclde. Ra- The direct through line snd old ittabllabed route uitserable creaturea, re- chapter upon stocks and bondi, said to me: of Croat retching, most from most excellent in ('the 'democritlc ore defy competition. tone, of theu. durability and zors, Sponges, Knives, Jtper,Mlank JJools, are warranted All we a "What is this Dripping Springs I bear so tell you," he exclaimed, jecting all comfort and esteeming life Penny, Slates, Ammunition, Bye Stuffs, Qlass, Mix Louisville & Oinoinnati to St. republican parties embody all there Is for five yean. IUferencea:-- A. K. M. Moore JXra. Louis maoh about In Kentucky? I have heard and and E. M. Carbenter, J. M. rhlllpt, J. ed Faints, Brusha, Varnishes burden. And then h, burst into clean cloth. and all points in tho West. wiidow in party management. We don't Jamos liMtley, Stanford; Sin. Maggie Holmes, Drug btoro, all of congratulations of Crab Orchard in time past, but this is of Brorythlng kept In a Crab Orchard: Oen. Vf. J. Landram and Hiss Liting, happy faces, mutual which it new, froth and superior, be has on Two (21 Dally Tralni from LoultTllle to 8t. Louis. something new, isn't it?' It ia safe to say want any third patty here." "That is it tle Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. clo-- e of Throe (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati band a iloxen llachclom, and will furnish ,nd Eister jay. I never eaWlho Ml Met Ilote RIchardt and Ella Ramsey, replied Maud; "a third any good looking lady who dealt with him with to fit. Loult. that le read no more newspapers, for I had precisely, pi pa," UnwllHcu ao lenten season eo acted out. choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of Maud's is a nuisance anywhere." now a theme upon which I could wax elo- patty Only lO hours from LoultTllle and Cincinnati stringent names, or call at tors, and the fast, enforced by father counted nosas, concluded he was the tout, Louis. But I thought It was quent. The Dripping Springs! I told him Bourao's New Drue and Book Store. Tho Only Lino by whioh you can story of the Kentucky boy who, alone mugwump, and withdrew from the field. so often choose the got a Through Slooping Car a type of the rough road we First Datchman "Jake, vat you going Perhaps if we had all been and unaided, had won his way from the for ourselves. a new From Clnclnatl to St. Loula. bresent?'1 the season, obscurity of poverty to tbe well deserved to gll your son for a blrt-dmore fully in eympathy with Who has never appointed, we had renown he now apjays. ArTW tt tbe only line Second do. "I don'd know; it's putty JJU.. through from LouitTlllS Buggy & Implement House. A UtJ the church has wlsoly foroa of the proverb, "A prophet hard times. I guess I haf some buddoo and Cincinnati to St. Loult, all olher routet belag enforcement of it that we ex- - felt the escaped the made up of a combination of t mall roadt. la not without honor save in his own coun. sawed on hts clothes " perlenced; and M'J not oeu o..cu I wl'l la a few days open a The Ohio A MU.la.Ipnl Railway runa Palatial try;" for it ia among and with his own peo as we did. First do. "Yes, dot's ao. I guess I kaf fileenlns Cart en night trains; Luxuriant Par rehearse it as eadly ple that Daniel O. Slaughter haa establish my boy's hair cut." Full Lino of Agricultural Implelor Cars on day train; Elegant Day Coach- followed in either case ButEiaterjoy w on au iruns. ments, himself as a prosperous merchant, an omenl So shall it be. "Weeping ed Blessed Direct and close connections are made In UNION "Do you like winter, Mr. Lltewait?" DEPOTS with dlTerglng lines by theO. A M. Bight. Joy ooaaeth In upright citisea, a generous relative and With the reliable Waller A. Wood Ilamatlng yndur for a 'Not very much, Freddie." ''Then why Palace Stenmors. Hallway, thus aroldlng trobletome transLow Rate& Machines tt the head. Alio a Jesus come quickly friend, and now aa proprietor of the defers by other routet. your Trips P Wm Bttwesn on a cold the morning." LOUD always go buggy-ridin- g whose merits are do you lightful watering-plac- e creationt It Fall Line ot Buggies .and Wagons The Ohio A MU.la.Ippi Railway andtbo only line end release thy groanlna davT" "I don't. What makes you think DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND between LoultTllle, Cincinnati tit. Louts in discussed away off metropolitan KSnrtrvUte, St. Xartaos. Ohtborran. Alpena. Huron, "Maripoei" U under one management, running all Its uPb lB1ri of city. fairly long hereone the his good The nd ileoh. rort OMOda. scT" "Why, Bister Clara said it would be Alwtys on bard. Ia connection with my Imfor of trains through tolid aud In conaequence I St. Oair, Oaklaaa Hou, Harts Gty. ad, plement builneu, I will alao carry a It recognised First-Cla3,000 tons-p- etlT Koate beSrtry Weak Day.Dnra country dinners the broad, juicy a cold day when you oflered to take any is destined tween thote Cltlea. tuously uphoUtered. Tnie line CLEVELAND or Lumber, girl Complete Stock DETROIT AND slices of genuine ham; the fresh, tender Bpeelal Sunday Trips dnrtag Jojy aad Atg-vaApply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for to great popularity. For 60mmn to Londonl chickens; the sweet, fragrant butter; the Both rough and drested. Pricea on eterytbtng sa fullpartteuUrass to rates, time, maps, circulars To apply a mustard plaster so aa not through ticket from Sydney ILIUSTRATBD or any deal red Information, or write to flowing milk, ao superbly guiltleea to blister the akin, mix tbe mustard with OUR and Exrartlon Tiaxttt 'PAMPHLETS win M rarnlttted andanynumbirof'stopovsr." in route. craamy Bates KOBT. H. FORM AN, Low H8 any one. by jqu TSaket Ann or addiest) Tray. Pan. Ag't 0. A, M. IVy. 8oirer.ot. Ky. . n . anrnia of chalk or water! I regaled the ears of the white of an egg icstead of water. The -- -..- -. ami -.- C. 0. WHITCOMB, Gtn'l Pan. Agtnt, W.M. PEA BODY. New ZealanUBsnuwiou W. B.8HATTUC, solicit a thare of your patronage. Seipectfally, I my listeners with tho medicinal properties plaster will draw thoroughly without blisfret, snd Ucn'l MrfnV. (Jen. Pass. As t. Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co. a What a toutl How things do Cinciuuatl, O, of the waters of Dripping Springs; with tering tho most delicate skin. DETROIT, MICH, I. H. ltUVVV. UMrr move,. to be sure "w . .. will oot wonder but trust tho LOUD. lie alono is "the same yesterday, and forcTer." Weill adieu for the preterit. lam minting a lot of loroly scenery to write this letter, eo that it may go on by the "Mariposa." If I can God time for an appondiz, will add k word at Auckland. If not let this hasty scrawl ro as it is. Our first epUtle starting Eastward to its destination. Auckland, N. Z 8 p. si Safe along, sldo tho jetty Cousin J u die's relattrea cauie on board to meet ui. We rent hor on shore refuting to be dt trop "third parties" to tlieso. dear ones, who surely want a quiet tindlsturbsd after many years of absence. Her ei.ter she has not seen for 25 years. So wo stay on board all night and go on shore in the morning. Her brother promised to bring our letters oil to night; so we srj expecting a feist. Erer in Jesus, Oxo. 0. Barnes. telo-a-le- te the comfortable accommodations aflered to guests, and assured them that should they desire to test the truth of my assertions they had only to go in person. The expense of the trip would bo saved In tho moderate prices for basrd and in the utter uielciwruwof doctors after a sufficient sojourn with Mr. Slaughter If New Yorkers are hunsering after such subiUntial and real benefits how can Kentucklans keep away? They hnve in their midst this treasura of a resort, aud I have been gratified to see from the reports of tbo local press that our inottdlslinzuiih-e- d citlztns not only patronise Mr. SUugh ter, but freely tender their names in prahe of his summer home. Oiviirnors, judges, attorneys, agricultures, tnuriiK merchant-prince- s and the wealthy gentlemen of elegant leisure all appear in the lifcl of registered names; and tbe most worthy and attractive among our beautiful Kentucky ladies are alsa "on the list." Referring to the circular of the Springs which recently came to me I wai the better prepared to expatiate upon the attractions of the place. When I mentioned the approaching picnics set for the 5th of June and the 4th of July my auditors were both amuped and amazed at the generosity of the proprietor. "How did he ever tii.ke such a success in life?" was the querry of this whito haired capitalist, who has fought ercry inch of hia way against chicanery and competition, to but who inherited a fruitful neet-eg-- : start with. "By systematic and liberal ad vertislng," I repllod, "and by always icticg up to his pledges. Newspaper men should ever lend him a helping hand," I added, "for he Is not afraid to patronize them, and tbe reputation he haa eo justly mado sua tains whatever encomiums the cautious and responsible editor may endorse." To thee of my old Kentuoky friends who may read this little incident I express tho hope that I may, together with my new friends of tho foregoing conversation, shake hands on the 5th of June or the 4th of Ju- lr, at the picnic grounds of the Dripping Springs. Sawho. A REGULAR- V AVALANCHE OF BARGAIN U STORE-ROO- M CROWDED-FLO- OR TO CEILING. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, See How XMEuoli We can Sell f6a? a Dollar ! We Keep Everything Pertaining to a with a and Complete Shoe, Sat and Clothing Department Attached Dry Goods Store, S. Xs. Go.'s Powers STANFORD, Greai Bargain Store, r. DENTIST, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. Hotel and Well maintains Reputation, Go to J. T. Harris 8ALK--Ooo- d Propr Millinery pott-offic- e. A TRAIN L. & N. B. IXAIHRIS, Ag't LINE SOUTH & WEST IK-Jr- NDWCOMB IITEIi tht Utile ui i. ICE! ICE ICE! Arkansas and Toxas. EMIGRANTS Per BOURNE! heart-brok- Sanday-yeiterday- O. & M. 0! g, I firat-cla- ay uu w TO Summer Tours. t. J. MACKINAC. ss i.t i buggy-riding.- " ,!. ii.u I T ffl Ilium I ar Mr. Logan Caldwell, of this county, sold recently to J, M. Cook, of Shelby county, his fine 2 ycar-olJack, "Llbrattl." for $700. Llbrattl is by ef Liberty dam by Imported Palamo. May Stanford. Ky The General Assembly of the Colored and skates, and gardens were blanketed as Cumberland Pmbytorian church, which NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. solicitously as babies. has been In session here for a week, ad A hundred kegs of powder exploded on 7. P. WALTON. The wheat crop secma to be very prom- journed Wednesday. The next meeting a coal road near Chattanoga, blowing the ising, the grasses flourishing and the corn, will take place at Chattanooga. train to attorns and killing three men. well and though unusually late, looks The ladles of "Fork church" will clvo The financial deficit of tho last Cincin- seems te be In a better state of cultivation A sensation vu created In the Maxwell Louts by the Introduction of nati May festival, outside of chorus expen than was seen In this county In former days. a strawberry supper tonight (Thursday) trial nt Si. the teslinionv 0 a dtectlve, who commit- ses for two years, will ha In the neighbor- Machinery, fertilizers and Intelligent man for the benefit of the church. Mrs. J. H. Trimmed nnd Ready fur Vug, h. Wilson nnd other ladles are interesting ted forgery in ordw to be incarcerated in hood of $0,000. agement are revolutionizing our agricultu- themselves in tbe matter and an enjoyable There he Failing to catch the raiding Apaches, ral the same tail with the nrisooer. Intercuts. time may be expected by all who attend. won the confidence of Maxwell, who told Gen. Miles advertises for them, offering Wink Alcorn presents as the latest ilA gentleman from an adjoining town him how he "cot away" with Prellor. That $50 for a buck scalp and $2,000 for Chief lustration of invincible "cheek" the cae was hero yesterday negotiating with Mr. -- as suffering with Geronimo or bis head. unfortunate individual of adudlsh young gentleman from some of Samuel Larimer for the purchase of his Mrs. Jennie Monglo was drowned in severe pain, when Maxwell suggested a the outlaying counties, whom he met on lot on Main street nearly opposite the He a cloud burst near Abingdon, Va. Two hypodermic injection of morphine. tke train, who had the audacity to boast shot a big quantity in bis arm and Freller horses and three mules were drowned, that he had been a member of tbe late Gllcher llouso. If the trade Is made a fine livery and sale stable will be nt once put was soon unconscious, when the work was buildings wrecked and a man injured. General Assembly at Franfort. This looks up. Some of tbe relatives of the late like a daring defiance of public sentiment. completed by applying chloroform to his Tho fine filly "Fin Fan," belonging to noted Shorthorn nose. lie then took his money, about $S00, Abram Benick, the As a social event the young folks are Eogteman & Field, that has been on pasand stripping tho body, packed it away in breeder, have brought suit to set aside the looking forward to Friday (this evening) as ture on the farm of C. II. Talbott, was disthe trunk before it bad grown cold. He will, which involves an estate of $100,000 a season of peculiar Intereit. The central covered to be bsdlv snapped Wednesday gaveastLo reason for killing him that It is estimated that fully $30,000,000 Idea is a strawberry ftstlval with appropri- morning and will probably die. "Fin Fan" Preller had promised to pay hii way to of Northern and English capital waa in- ate trimmings got up by the ladies for a is out of a sister of London, the fastest of New Zealand and then refuted to do so. vested in new undertakings In the South benevolent purpose. The fruit will be Mambrino's get and is worth at least $500. Maxwell also told tho detective that he in the first three months of the current frteh, grown In the immediate neighborPresident J. W. Sticn and Directors 1 wan anxions to nrocure a man to swear year. hood, fine aad liberally dispensed. Let all St, John Boyle, P. W. Bullitt, Bennett n. To tne present movements ot J upuer, that he saw him before the murder and feasting and pleas- Young and W.B.noke, of the Louisville Mars and the moon are said to be due to who have a genius for that he seemed to have a large quantity of Southern Railroad will be here next the storms the country is suffering, and ant entertainment, attend. money. The testimony created a great L. C. Alcorn, who has been recuperatwhen it Is supposed that arrangewhich, it is predicted, will continue during sensation and Maxwell, who has put on ing hare for several days, returned to Dan- ments will be concluded to build the road year. the such a bold front, cowed in abject terror. In the recent Pallman, III., labor dif- ville yesterday much improved in health. very soon and to run It through Danville. By his own story he is the most deep-dyeMr. B. F. Phillips waa called to Jessaficulties, the working girls were led to J, K.Baughman has recovered from his of villains, utterly heartless and with no strike by the young men threatening to late Indisposition. The parties who attend- mine county Tuesday evening by a telesense of honor or shame. The country boycott them at the coming picnics this ed the musical festival returned greatly gram announcing the serious illness of his will breathe easier when his worthless neck summer. delighted. J. B. Green, our enthusiastic father. Later in the evening another dishas been broken by the noose. Bernard (Cincinnati) Wm Sunday School superintendent, is spending patch came announcing the old gentleman's At St. A letter from Jamestown conveys the Bohde shot and killed Ferdinand Eyllns, the week in Stanford as a delegate to the death. Mr. Phillips waa quite old and Bohde charged 8.8. Institute in session there. None will had ben In feeble health for soma months information that Col. Thomas Z. Morrow the village postmaster. announced Kyllns with criminal Intimacy with his engage in it with greater zeal than he, nor past. and Capt. William Herndon The ladles of the First Presbyterian ' njoy lu exercises more thoroughly. themselves there Monday as candidates for daughter. Because he proposed a toast to Jefferfew momenta yester- church gave a strawberry festival in SulliI looked in for a circuit judge and commonwealth's attorvan's vacant store room on Main street, d ney respectively. They have been proba son Davis at a banquet tendered him, the day on the Bunday School Institute W at Stanford and was struck with the Tuesday night. The house was tastefully along, but waited to see Grand Army of the Republic has request ble candidates all decorated, the refreshments delightful and mow) what the Legislature would do to make the ed the withdrawal of S. M. Saunders from earnest and intelligent looking pcrsonel the organization. assembly. I trust a new impulse tho patronage liberal. Mesdames. W. O. of the district more certainly democratic. They Boswell P. Flower, who once hoped to will be given to and a more enlightened Danlap, J. K. McGoodwin and John J. knew that their party would have gerryPresidential spirit Infused Into thU much abused insti- Yeiser superintended everything and it waa mandered it to suit their purposes, had it exfoliate into a d efforts that bouquet, has been appointed by Governor tution. It ia an enterprise fraught with owing to their had the power, and are no doubt surprised Hill, of New York, Electrical Sub way Incalculable eood or productive of fearful the entertainment was so successful. After to find that no underholti were taken on evil. The best minds and the purest hearts paying all expenses they had over $50 left. them. It ie all the same, however. Jim Commissioner for New York City. A shipload of ice has reached New of the country are needed to cultivate the DRIPPING SPRINGS. Alcorn and Dick Warren will be our next York city from Norway. It was brought Infant mind and direct the childish steps judicial officers and don't permit it to esThis favorite summer resort now has the with-m- t cape your memory. The balance of the as an experiment. It la said to be of better in the ways of that higher knowledge, neatest, cleanest and most inviting appearwhich man, however gifted, is only a ance of any place in Kentucky. waa devoted to speech-makin- quality than that sold by local dealers, day at Jamestown Every, spltodld failure. the legion of Congressional candi and it Is sold at a mnch lower price. thing is completed and the new buildings the The gossips have fixed Buffalo dates in the 11th district appearing and are all furnished and have all been newly MT. YERNON DEPARTMENT. place and the middle of June the date for delivering themselves. painted, requiring over 500 gallons of paint the marriage of the President and Miss Jack Frost paid us a visit Tuesday and alabutine. The color is white and of the Ken- Fclsom, the honeymoon to be spent at the Baiuiy South, night. the trimmings are red and green. The tucky Penitentiary, is an avowed candidate newly purchased Green residence, near Strawberries are a drug on the market buildings located at the base of tbe mounfor State Treasurer. We agree with the Geoigetown. si 25c a gallon. tain present a grand appearance as you apLouisville Commercial that a man whose At Carrollton, Wm. T. Whitehead Dick Cable, the "shadow catcher" has proach coming up Fall Lick. Perched on acgeneral incompetency is so universally shot Miss Laura Harwood through the pitched his tent near the depot. the mountain side, nestled in a lot of shade knowledged must possess a world of imper- head and then put a bullet through his Jack Adams has withdrawn In the trees, reached by a winding path and stair-wa-v tinence to thrust himself forward for so re- own head. He Is still living, but the lady race for County Court Clerk. cut out of the slate, stands the "Gov. sponsible a position. He was a failure as died In twenty minutes. The parties had The maslalratea met Monday and fix ernor'a Lodge" which in a thing of beauty cowardice waa prov- just Prison Warden. His returned from driving together when ed the county tax at 10c on $100 and the and a joy foreysr, and ia well worth a trip en two yean ago during the revolt at the the tragedy occurred. It is supposed she poll tax at $1.75. simply to ete it and its romantic and picprison, when he had himself locked In a denied his suit. A Sunday School waa organized Sun-da- v turesque location. No more desirable spot penicell until the attack vu over. The All the property belonging to the corevsnlne. at Buckeye, with Geo. Fish on God's green earth than this can be found tentiary was never as badly managed as It poration known as the East Tennessee, Virfor a newly married couple to spend their u Superintendent. waa during his term of office. And yet ginia & Georgia railroad was sold at Knox-vill- e Miss Annie HIgglna' school closes to- honeymoon. In the langusge of Claude Mr. South has the effrontery, with such a under a decree of court and was pur- day, Every one Is pleased with her teach- Melnotte, "a cottage lifting its walla from promotion!. record, to ask for a chased by E. F. Hyde, representing the ing. She will leave immediately for her out a glossy bower of coolest foliage, mugives us pleasure to note that that Central Transit Company and Messrs. home, Kirksville, as she is very anxious to sical with birds, whose songs should syllatrue and tried democrat and thoroughly Bruce, McGhee, Thomas & Seny. The price see her mama. ble their names. At noon they could sit posted gentleman, Col. E. Polk Johnson, paid was $1,250,000. Willis Adams, Sr., and wife, of Paint beneath the arching vinen and wonder why The Samuel J. Randall Association of lick, and Mrs. John Pearl, of London, earth could be unhappy, while the heavens the able managing editor of the Courier-Journais suggested as the democratic can- Philadelphia, by a unanimous yote, has are visiting relatives In town and county. till left them youth and love. They could didate for Congress in the Louisville dis- changed its name and adopted resolutions Jim Redd and Bob Colyer, two of Crab Or- have no friends that were not loven, no MERCHANT TAILOR. trict to succeed Mr. Willis, who has by indorsing tbe Morrison Tariff Bill and de- chard's gallants, were in town a few min- ambition save to excel them all In love, many acts forfeited the support of the par- nouncing Congressman Samnel J. Randall utes yesterday. They passed over the hill read no book a that were not tales of love, there and think how poorly elcquent of words ty, which elevated him. No man in the for his opposition to it. The resolutions and have not been seen sines-gu- ess IhsTerecelTod and itll! rewiring . State has served his party better than Col. set forth that the Morrison Bill embodies are attractions over there. ranslates the poetry of hearts like theirs Johnson and if the people of Louisville the cardinal principles of the democratic We have jast heard of a very unforAND WHEN NIQHT CAME, wish to reward a man who has been faith party, and that Randall had made a treacher tunate difficulty In HIcksford, Va., be- amidst the breathless heavens they could Comprlilng tbe bost In th market, which will be ful on all occasions, who has been frequent- ons alliance with the republicans to defeat tween Arthur Wallln, of this county, nnd guess what star would be their home when ly weighed and never found wanting, they it, and, further, that he had proved him Mr. Baiter of that place. We don't know love becomes immortal; while the per- Gotton Up ia Stylo and Make Sooond to Done in City or Country. can not do a more praisewerthy act than to self a "recreant to his trust and unworthy tke particulars, but It warns that Frank fumed light stole through the mists of Giro Mo a Trial. to represent the democracy of the Third Wallin, Arthur's brother, had gotten into alabaster lamps, and every air waa heavy to Congress. elect him O- trouble with Baker about the hire of a with the sighs of After keeping Dr. Young In jail a day Congressional district." KATY D1D9 AND BULL FAC03, hone. Baker called Wallin a d d unprinor two for his refusal to give the grand jury MCKINNEt, LINCOLN COUNTY. cipled llr; Wallin retorted in similar lan- and the low and musical murmurs of that the name of the woman who gave birth to Jos F. Watbu. Thomas l). Raxit. Emmett McCormack seems to be guage, when Baker started toward him in grand old spring that drips and drip?. a baby nt a Lexington assignation houset ubiquitous. We find him everywhere buy- a fightasg mood. Arthur stepped between How do you like tbe picture?" Judge Morton, relented and compromised ing lambs. Grand opening ball and picnic on June them asking for peace, when Baker knock by agreeing that that question should Mr. Joseph Coffey is building a fine ed hiaa town, and as he regained his feet 5th, for which I make this special ofler: not be asked if the Doctor would answer residence on the Hustonville and Middle-burhe shot Baker, the bullet taking effect un- I will keep a gentleman, lady and horse other questions propounded. It seems to pike. Aside from its convenience of der the right arm, causing a painful though from Saturday, June 5th, at dinner to Sunus that a cue of false imprisonment could arrangements, it makes a splendid archinet smnarlly fatal wound. Arthur waa day after dinner, four meal and lodging be made out of this and the Doctor ought tectural appearance. prosaptly jailed, but he seems to be faring for $1, or will keep a gentleman and horse Stx-eetto teat it. Anyhow the Doctor comes out The ordination of the Rev. Mr. Boling ahead and has added to his reputation by took place here according to appointment well, the youngsters of tho town sending the same length of time for $2.50 or a gen-- Come with lbs tldo to ua for- From tleman or lady without a horse for $2. him bouquets and strawberries. refusing to divulge a professional secret, on last Saturday. The Rey. J. M. Bruce, thlj act of kindnera on the part of citizens This offer includes the grand picnic dinner Candles. which it waa not anybody's business to of Stanford, and Elder James, of Bugar, Coffee, Somerset, Banannas, Flour, ileal, seems as though Wallin could not be on Saturday. After the 5th of June parOri) km, know. were present. A great many people were It Baron, Lard, Lemons, conduct; The Wallln boys ties can come here any time during the Butter, Egga, n VMe. Flgt, present Saturday. There were CO addi- blamed for his Gen. Walter C. Whitakeb, the Petaloci, good dinner by giving one Ilalilne, Louisville lawyer, has shied his tions to the Baptist church at this place on have lived in Rockcastle all their lives un- season and get a Mackerel, I'raorrci. notice. Respectfully, Jelly, castor into the Superior Court contest, and that day, being the fruits of the South Fork til within the last year or two, and thoujh hour's Moltiice. Cocoa, D. G. SLAPOUTEIt. p2i3JfHlii?B--rri- r' he have known them well we have never PHji Chceae, ClOTM, will meet Messrs. Saufley and Barbour at revival. Vi v OjaUls, ia very backward In this section, heard of their doing a dishonorable act or Mr. Bobbltt to Speak here County Court Day. Canned Ooodi, Corn Louisville the Lebanon Convention. AjgUButter, Fine Apple, S( owing to bo many having to plant over on covordly deed. They have been young To tbo Editor ot tbt InterlorJournal. GenSpite, Times. We do not know whether the Uomlny, Cinnamon, iMiimiLi:iM'Mr--- 1 Craii Orchard, May 27. Insert In evBeam, eral la a candidate on his own motion or on account cf cut worms. The wheat pros- men of the finest standing socially in our Cake, Kiaut, solicitation of certain politicians of his pects are splendid wherever we haye been. county honest, Industrious and upright ery issue of your paper that I will speak at the BarJInt, 7 Fruit Pickles , . Farmers need not be totally cant down on in all the relations of life, though in the Stanford county court day, June 7th. I will IUkeri Chocolate1 city, for an object, butjthla we do know-- he wntu r I'Mcne. Ilf-I IiAf uiiLauiai uiaiLUa uua - nuiiM. inunnna. Mmxmmm0 . uM, Ua a . I. vm A nnlMDa fVml uuuii PriAfrAM ' vuiiiru by a jagfull. Saufley account of anticlpakd low prires, for from fitld of valor, like tho true Kentuchian pay you when I come down. I am not yet will not get there Coal Oil, Qaeemware. Tinware, Tockot and Table Cutlery. FowaM.'Bhi" CartfldTw'Tloei TtiKJ' for Commonwealth's Attorney, fact, ererytblng In the Grocery line, and alao Beed PotMoe-- !n llarnW.lJU.' has the dead wood on the nomination and late advices there will almost be a total thoy are "native and to the manor born." a candidate Bridle. Whlna. Wagon dear, etc., etc.. manufactured 'for ui by Ae popular flri of I failure in small grain In Texas and perhap We are greatly In hopes that should Ar- The pressure from Pulaski and Wayne is ajuui t,uiifiiri jrufiTictiuioTcijuesmiiuon wauiw. xcniembtir mt Va tilt ami maII !...4 it already as good as won. has aa low ae rut flrin poulblr can. uotiw the carry on builnei for pleaaure-a- nd t nip re ta upon me rninda or an Intelligent a fact wode. other Westem and Southwestern States on thur Wallln ever stand before the "sworn very great, almost irresistable. Oflered Puthat Ii iiufKiiuj wj reiterate, ciujiiiuiis ion nubile w The New York laws seem to be an im- account of drouth. OUARAMTRMeatlnsaUsl.etlon, always, aad deliver all .ooda anywhere Inorw twelve" environed by tho hard letter of the laski by 2,000 or 3.000 majority; Wayne by tot on oura. When a man is conBUnford or our iuburbin city of JSotclaml. provement WATHUH and not the let- all but 300 votes, Two precIcn'B In Pulas Mrs. Melissa Pope, of Wise county, law, the spirit will prevail JlLKRV. victed there of a crime, after a fair trial and Texas, arrived at hor brother M. ter and the noble hearts of Virginia's Bonn ki tender overy vote. It looks to me libo the judgo refuees a new trial, the criminal L. Richards, a few daya since. She return, of chivalry will look with compassion upon the only question is: will I accept the office If hU ed goes direct to the penitentiary. to the land of her nativity after an ab- Kentucky's youthful son In the hour of his tendered by the people? I do not want to succeeds in an appeal he is returned counsel sence of 40 years. Since leaving hero at misfortune, caused by defending the lifo of run, but there are so many more of the for trial, but in the mean time he has been the age of 10 years, she has resided his brother, and say to him even as the people than of me, they may overpower me doing duty for the Htnte instead of lying in Missouri, Louisiana and Texas. Great humble Nazareen said to the erring child and compel me to run. My chief objection idly in jail. Jaehne, tho convicted New changes have taken place In to the office la that you have to hold It too her long ab of old, "Go and sin no more." York Alderman, waa In 8Ing Sing in less sence, one will spend top summer in long, six years. I like to run for an office, this DANtlLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. than 12 hours after his conviction. but don't care to hold one after I get it; I section among hor many relatives. Cleveland continues to President Feland Enow met with a dangerous Mr. P. A. Marks U lu Washington Ilko to chase a fox, but do not care to eat it veto private pension bills and will have and perhaps fatal accident at Yosemite on City this week and will return the last of after I catch it. I will decide against tho his hand good and in to perform a like of- Tuesday. Whllo working at a lathe ma- tho week. 7th of June. My cindidacy evidently defice for the huge general bills of that na- chine a lathe got caught in the saw teeth, Mrs. Sarah Logan, widow of the late feats both nominees, and I know ft. The ture now before Congress. Tho country which sent it with such force that it pene- John Logan, Is reported very ill at her borne vote in the judicial district Is too close for looks to him fo save it from the bankrupt- trated his thlgb, cutting a main artery. on the Stanford pike. it to be otherwise. Respectfully yourn, Font. Fox BoBBlTr. cy Ctiuresa would thrust upon it. Physicians present prevented him from has gone on a visit Col. C, E. Bowman The. election .on the Constitutional . bleeding to death, till Dr. Brown, of IIus to his son Charley at St. Louis and his A mare belonging to Mr, D. Frank . 1 ... x -va Convention win not occur nei august m tonville, was sent for, But It is reported dauphicrnHii'' nlcs tIio II70 nt Edwards- - Todil, of Madison couutr, hon a horee colt 3B. this morufng that his chances are bid. I ami mule colt that eie twiiu. 'many suppose. w ville, UlInoH. HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY, of Secretary Lamar's coming Georgia, is conmarriage to Mrs. Holt, of The flowery months has almost passed firmed by a dispatch from Washington. with scarce a blink of genuine old fashionAll the boys seem to have caught the Cleve ed snrlnsr weather. During the last week 28, 1886 land contagion. there was an active Inquiry for overcoats rSl r The rumor d WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER WALL ! PAPER! M'ROBERTS fc STAGG-'S- . I have a small lot of W wwlK Which 1111! will sell at Cost. Wed-nssda- y, d T. R WALTON. A Splendid Variety of con-vene- full-fledg- ed well-directe- tMlllil mi In Of best kinds, at Bulk and in Papers can be found at g, u T. R. WALTON'S. CAIEDGOODSH T. R. GROCERIES WALTON'S, It Main & Somorsot Sts. l, H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring- and Summer, EC. 2tXJ2?"-- , g WATERS & RANE Y Main GROCERS, , iStaiifoi-d- . well-know- kMI'i JKiVTiyiw 1 lpjiJL r HI RBi 1 - 1 $ Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Gaskets, Robes. K. WEARER Stanford. V Full and Complete Stock of the above anii prices as low as the lowest. U .i m, MIIiuIMli nwijiwgqgg t Tho Sunday School Convention. tion, but the clouds were lifted in time for The Christian church haa bten a scene of a very large audience. The exercises beFiiesu Bread every Tuesday and Friday. beauty and animation tinro Tuesday. The gan with n praise service led by Mr. J, B. ladlea with their taste had Green, followed by a rery Interesting acMay 28, 1880 W.K.Veatcb. Stanford, Ky, handsomely decorated it with fhwtrs, ever- count of the Kentucky Sunday School The Mob will meet with Mis Annlo greens and banners and arranged in beauti- Union by Stato Visitor Wishard, who Is a B. O. WALTON, Dualnoaa ManoKor, Alcorn to night week And all of tho tet ful letters tho word "Welcome" to greet rery entertaining speaker. lainriled. the eyo of tho delegate on entering. With Elder George Dirsie also made a stateL. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. these Burroundlnga and with the auditori- ment in regard to the Union and recounted A smalt, atoro room on Lancaster street l RS r. m. Mall train going North um filled with lovely women clad in fab- in elegant terms tho arduous and excellent South ttM itMtHIMi n 19 r. m. neir Main, for rent. W. P. Walton. KxprcMtraln" Houtn. ric of every oalor and shade known to the services of Mr. Wishard in tbe year that 3 05 A.M. Norb., ' White Mountain and Peerless Ice cream fsahionahle world and handsome men it is he haa devoted to tbe work. Then, In hla IhOkT li calculated on lUndird tltnr. Isolsr free zcra nt bottom figures. Melctlf & Fos- no wonder that thore who have taken psrta own amusing way, ho broached the subter. uili 4 bout 20 minutes Inter, in thediscureion have waxed eloquent and ject of money and plead eloquently for Come and see u if you want "to save enthusiastic on their aubjecta. In addition contributions to the great work. A fair reLOCAL NOTICES. money. We are date rrrioed to make low to all this tho weather has been delightful- sponse was made, but not half was contribLanwieth's Garden deeds at Mcltoberts prices. MetcalfA Foster. " ly cool and everything seems to have con- uted that should have been. spired to make the session pleasant, harDuring the evening beautiful and Lah.)krtu'h garden seed In bulk and The ladlta of the Missionary Society of monious, and profitable. Nearly every aolos were sung by Miss Dairy ickncM nt Penny 't McAllster's. tbe Ihptlat church will flve an ice cream Watcuih anil Jewelry repaired on shor supper and lawn party on the Court House county in the district of twenty counties Burnside, Mrs. Stagg, Mies Hnber and Mr, ootlc and warranted by Penny A McAlla was represented and if tbe visitora have Wishard and Mr, Flora, which were grest square next Tuesday nluht. cujoyed tbe exercises aa much aa the home ly enjoyed. A number of short speeches Boy tie Haas Ho Remedy, the oriel-aa- l While selnbR in Kentucky Hirer, Mon- folks, they will with one accord exclaim: expressive of the good the meeting had and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- day night near the K. 0, railroad bridge, "It la good for us that we have been here." done them nnd of their thanks to the peoAcoMrLCTK stock of jewelry, latent J. C. Munday and Charles Baker, both Tbe muiic has been a most charming feat- ple of Stanford for hospitality were made 7 ' avians hu. , jTTM-f- ) ityle. Rockford wnlche ft specialty. Pen- young men, were drowned, says the Rich-uiuu- d ure, our home talent being materially aided by Messrs. Z T. Williams, Mof-fet- t, Caldwell, ny A McAliater. by the yisitora and led by that very acIferuid Flannagan and others, then "Blest be complished musician and earnest Sunday tbe tie that binds" was sung with bearty Thlit powder never nriei. A marvel ol purity, PERSONAL. A teleoram waa received Tuesday anand, wboleMmenees. More cconomlc.il School worker, Mr.S. F. Wisbard. earnestness and at 10:30 Rer. F. S. Pollltt itrdth eidlntrr klndi, snd can not be told thaa the F. M. Aksmy, of Lebanon, waa here nouncing the auddtn death of Mrs. Milee eompetiton with the multitude of low tost .ibort Tbe exercirea began Tuesday afternoon pronounced the benediction, which closed wtJ(M slam or phosphate powder. Soldonlj In Hale at her home at Weatport, Mo. Bhe yesterday. Royal BiKtao Powdbb O, song aervice led by Mr. a conrention which Mr. Wishard declared cons. The Bucket Pumb & Water waa was a aiater of John M. Hail and mother of with a beautiful ICO Wall Street, New York. U. L. Vaniiook, of McKinney, Wiabard. Then followed the election of had been best In attendance and in many the late Austin L Hale. here thla week. temporary officers, Rer. P. T. Hale being other respects of tbe series. rInJmJ,ro.JtmentonJ'D'I'umP0 Elevator jet ,PCU.P lull of air and J. L. Slavin, of Crab Orchard, wii An amusing trial waa held before Judge chosen Chairman and E. C. Walton, Secrewater, circulate? the air from the delegates who still remain here Wednesday. of tlt r well, removing wiggles, Varnon, Tuesday, Miss Etta Cylesby, a tary. The latter, however, declined to act bugs, and rendering the water pure, -- J. C. Coulter. Esq , of MUdleburg, mulatto school teacher, and Jeff Rpper-ton- , and Rer. J. B. Gibson waa appointed. A will depart for tbeir home, carrying, we all color, bad taite or imell. Thfi Pumphai hope, pleasant memories of their visit to My hone- waa In town Tuesday. JSni.pJSi ciht,ni no,ln.ko get twiiud: each a colored boy, were up for assault and number of committees were named, tbe Stanford. We have enjoyed their atay and I flat piece of P,rmanniy. anf lnitead oia ltsk, Cor Cosby Oatth, of Monllcello, is battery upon the wife giWanlred Iron It citlzena were Introduced and have been glad to extend to them a hospiof Nsla Lee, also delegates and purchase a pump until you tee thli. tied. Donot rialting old frienda here. Very respectfully, colored. Mra, Lee bora the evidence of a the visitors assigned hemes during their table welcome. May we all meet againj Miss Jemxie Duncan, of Lancaater, W. H. UlGGtSS. severe beating and icratcbing and the stay. The church waa crowded to the It has been an exceedingly hard task to ii timing her eliter, Mra. R C. Warren. Judge after much ludicrous testimony, walla at the night service which began and get the names and addresses of the deleDB. W. B. PENNY. -- MiramLuLAAK!) DonA Dehton, of fined tbe beligerant school marm $5 and ended in song, P. M. McRoberta, E-- q , on gates present snd if in the list below any Book for 188U fall and be Wearen. Dontlst. Garrard, are with Mra. B. K. fTBa55tP discharged tbe boy. The row grew out of the part of the citlzena and churches deliver- person ia omitted, he v. ill know that it was 8TANFOBDD, K1, Cai-ni- l, Can not Sorvo any moro Marcs Mies Bettie TJiuxor and Mra. OOce on Lancuter street, rest door to R tho support of an illegitimate oOspring of ed an address of welcome, pointed, elo unintentional and take our will to get every Than hare been promlrcd. Jodrmal office. Offlce bouri from 8 to 12 A.. of Knoxfllle, are at Mn. M. C. Sauf- - the fighting woman, quent and wall timed and which was body, for the deed. M.sM 1 to 6 p. u. Annthetlci administered wBso ley'f. r. oe' heartily complimented on all rides. This Mr.anJ Mrs. B. B. VanNuys, Livingston. -- Miuakd Mrs. W. 0. Sweeney, of UARRIAOES. Qcorgo Grundy and wile, Lebanon, was responded to by the Rer. P. T. Hale Mrs. Nannie Johmton, " Lancaiter, ptsed through to Louisville William Rsed nnd Miss Margsret, In his usually felicitous manner. " MIii Ellen Humphrey, TH08. METCALF. yesterday. JOHN B. FOSTER. of Lebanon, being abdaughter of Mr. Thomas Carrier, were Rev. McMillan, " A. 8. 0 run Jj and ulfe, -- J. J. EOHASKS, of Pleaaant View, waa married sent, his time waa very pleasantly filled B. J. Newlon, Richmond, on the 2Gth. visiting hla father, Mr. D. Eubanks, near MIim Fannie and Mary Smyths, Colum bla. William E. Rallley and MIm Annie with an exhibition of the vocal abilities of MllledgeTille. D. A. Caldwell. Qrecniburg, well-knoOwsley, of Woodford, here Superintendent McDufT Ward's young Miss Mattls Williams, Mt. Veroen, Missrs Lccv Tate and Anno Shanka, were married in Louisville, Wednesday. clasa of nine from Mt. Guthrie. They did Mn. W. H. Jackson, London, who hate been attending Daughters Col" Mrs. Emma Smith, Herman Reeves and Juliana Dunbar, splendidly and the little fellows were highlege, returned yesterday. " Mrs. Alice Jsckton, a high-tone- d eloping couple from Rich- ly complimented and loudly applauded. Misses Nannie Slavis, of Crab OrJ. B. Green, UaitonTllIt, appreciation, we are mond, Ky , were married by Dr. N. Field This latter evidence of R. C. Brwatar, Walnut Flit, chard, and Emma Leavell.of Garrard, hate in JefTeraonville last evening. The groom glad to say, waa subsequently reproved by Mlaa Lacy Bywstsr " bten gurata of MIm Ellen Wearen. M. F. Newcomb, Mt. Vernon, went over to a near the court- Rer. Mahony, who insisted that the church JorLiw, who haa been Miss Ella J. R. White, FnkiTllle, house to get a $20 bill changed to pay for of God was no place for stamping and aiater, Mra. W. T. Brooka, the W.H.Jones, Wild Is, cheering. Those who took part in it meant the license. When hla bride saw him comA. A. Mjerf, Wlllliunburg, put month, left Tburaday for her home at ing out abe aupposed be had taken a drink. no disrespect to tbe place, we are confident, W. F. Neal, London, ML Vernon -- Pari Cltltw. ANDBhe going and knew of no other way of testifying Mrs. A. E. London, Carpenter has been appointed to observed to him that if be waa J. A. J. B. Cook, Mt. Vernon, drink, the proceedings might aa well be their praise. of a delegate from tbe Kentucky Division 8. C Alford, Flenant Point, stopped right there. Being assured that Wednesday morning the committee ap " J. T. Brown. the National Railroad Agenl'a Aaaoclation, he had not imbibed, the marriage went on. pointed for that purpose reported that they Eld. W. L. Williams, HuitonTllls, to tbe National Aaioclation to convene at Mlaa Juliana waa very pretty. Her. R. B. Mabony and wile, Richmond, Louisville had selected the Rev. P. T. Hale to continIndtanepolle, June 10. MIu M. S. Smith, ue as permanent Chairman and named Walof Greenaburg, Timea. -- CArr. J. W. Rose, A. D. Flora, lace E. Varnon for secretary, and both asRELIGIOUS. came up Tuesday with hla wife and MIm Rr. Geo. Danle, Frankfort sumed the duties encumbent upon them. Mhi Miggls McUoberU, Danville, Llllle Baker, a pretty and wlnaome young ' Eld. Jos. Ballou it holding a meeting Mr. J. B. Green, the enthusiastic Sunday Rev. P. T. Hals and wife lady of the aame place, and left them Mies Llitle Lee, 6prlngfleld, School worker of Hustonville, was choeen in Bourbon county. G. R Hardin. gueata of Mr. and Mra. W. B. Northup, Brooklyn, N, Y, The Mstbodist and Presbyterian vice president and frequently presided over Mr. B. J. Newlon, tbe bright and Rev. W. H. Miller, Mercer Co. the deliberations. Dr. (V. B. McClure, Junction City , capable editor of the Richmond JItrald, churches, Bouth, have officially pronouncIt is not our purpose, if it were in our B. G, Stephenson, Somerset, Sunday School Con- ed against traveling lay evangelists. All of our Sugar waa bought before the advance and can be sold at the same old price. Our waa a delegate to the McDuff Ward, Mt. Guthrie, Rev. F.8 Pollltt announces that his power, to give even a synopsis of the many exceedingly compantention. Hell an W. a Pryor, se excellent points made by those who " Miss Utile Ward ionable gentleman and we enjoyed hla atay sermon next Sunday night will be from the i the varied queations connected with text, "Run, speak to this young man." ' Nellie PalDir, very much. A little three year-ol- d ' having heard a the successful conduct of Sunday Schools. Lottie MIddleton, MusMaooie Lee Saunders writea ' would fill more space than we hare at Mollis Hook, grandpa, Mr. Jo. Mc. Jamea, who sermon on "Many are called but few are It that her " Buile Ferlo, Is very cheap. We have recently refitted of our store with boaes for that business at ii chosen," quoted the text aa "Many are cold our disposal. Among those who have unanrparsed for beauty and convenience. Oar QUEENSWARE, conilitiug of Dinner. Tea acd'cham. waa Injured fn the theatro fire at Wester-villWillie Honk, most interested the convention are Elder u net, ia excellent neie gooai are oougnt iroin ant handiand wodely competition In nrlcci She waa in the but few are frozen." Vo i " Jamea Houk, O., la fat Improving. onlr ask you to call and examine goodi. The Methodist Conference, now in im- - George Darsie, the polished and scholarly Flllman Houk. time of the disaster, but building at the Clyde Ward slon at Richmond, Va., baa altered the pastor of the Franktort Christian church, waa taken out unhurt, In a fainting condi" Thomai Pryor, church discipline bo m to include operas Rev. W. O. Goodloe, of Lancaster; Hiram tion. W. H. Klnnalrd, Lancaiter, paator under the aame ban of disapproval aa plays. Shaw, of Lexington; the brilliant W. C. Wherrltt LOCAL MATTERS. Bro. Bunts will arrive at San Fran of tbe Baptist church, Danville, Rey. P. T. MIu Luelta Bright, " " Mlts Jennie Duncan, Prices about right at Watera A Raney'a.' cisco, about June 16tb, and will in all prob- - Hale; Mr. Wishard, Jamea F. Hnber 'and Rev. John R. James, Simeriet, ability get to Cincinnati in time to hold a others, not to mention our local preachers, MlesEraBuh, Bee Wearen A Menefee before soiling month's meeting in July at the Grand Ope who have taken prominent parts in the " Adt Goteett " your wool. discussion. ra House, with Nath Woodcock as business Q. 11. Perkln, Rowland, NOTES. Dr. G. A. Traylor, Bright, Ice cream freetere, coolers, refrigerators, manager. Praiso the Lord. Tho music was at all times good and " S. E.Owiley, The Southern Presbyterian Aaaembly Ac., at W. H.HIgglna'. J. U. Albright, Brolhead, PeaJeri in all klndiof those who are moved with a concord of has settled it that we are directly descend- Dr. S G. Uocker, TurnersvlUe, Strawberries by five gallon lota at 25 ea irom Aaam acu r.ve and nave not evo-lut- sweet tounda enjoyed a genuine feast. 8ev A. D. Root, and30centa. S. B. Myera. from monkeya or other varmints. It eral solos were given, Miss Mamie Huber, W. L. Caldwell, Danville, " of Louisville, Mrs. J. M. Philips and Miss MIu Nannie Caldwell, floor, Boarders de- - la stange that anr ballever in the bible Front room on Brat W. W. Dal, McAfee, Daisy Burnside, of Stanford; Mr. A. D. should hold for a moment to the proposiaired. Mra. M. L. Bourne. 8. F. Wlihird, Loulullle, Flora and Mr. S. F. Wishard favoring the tion of evolution. Jiraei F. Huber, " started their audience in a manner highly creditable to ' McRodertb A Staoo have " T. M. Hawei, LAND. STOCK AND CROP themselves and exceedingly gratifying to J. M. Cook, Highland, Boda Fountain and is aa good aa ever Mn. John 8. Owiley, Walnut Flat, made. Graaa and Brier Scythes and Bnatba the lovers of music. . Mra. Monroe Curtis, " A feature of yesterday's programme was " Mill Sue Buchinsn, Wanted I Wanted II -- 60,000 pounda at T. R. Walton's. Misses Mattie W. H.Hlgglni, A. T. Nunnelley bought of parties in the reading of papers by f Wool at hlehtat market price for cash. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, and Nannio C. " Uco.Pleaiants, thla county a car load of fat ewea and fiJViaiATBBaaaaarSsRrVHisBaaP'k Nunnelley. A. T, Hugh Seargent, " T'fklBsHsrffKflTvyvJBm Caldwell, or Boyle. The former told of wetbare at 3 cents. will pre James N. Denny, Paint Lick, The Harrodiburg Opera Troupe Major Hancock, of Anderson county, "Primary Class Work" in a very complete D. W. Trlbble, and at Lebanon manner, while Miss CaldMIu Fleecle Ccok, Lincaiter, bought of J. 8. Burreaa.of Mercer, cat- and creditable 12th. SunDanville June well's thoughts on Mission Work tho in " Mary Robinson, tle, averaging 1.C00 pounds, at T N. A. Richardson, Willlimiburg, Every furniture factory in St. Louie day Schools, were presented in pleasing potato plaD' at 25 centa per Sweet R.D.HU1, , and showed much knowledge of her hundred and late and early cabbage p'.anta is cloatd and 2,000 men are out of work. terma Mrs. J. W. Roie, Grecmburg, " ' The occasion is the return from the eight subject. Mm Llllle Baker, O J. Newland. foraale A model Sunday School was held around Hiram Shaw, Lexington, the'ten-hou- r arstem. and la stock- to My warehouse is complete W. W. Wateri, Ray Co. Mo., tho pulpit yosterday, in which tho preachCapt. II. C. Lynch, C. C. Green, Crab Orchard, ed full of buggies and machinery. All I In ers and others to the number of 25 particonnection with the Calendar Clock Z. T. Williams, Monlpeller, programme of the atk from those who wlah to buy ia a call Company, la here buying H. P. Young, Highland, horses. He cipated. The whole SURREYS,- before doing eo. I. Mac Bruce. school was gone through with, the lessons MIu Lula McKinney, McCormack, bought 5 of a Dinville firm at about $200. interestMrs. Ellen Wheat, Montpeller, Tho Sun says that the elegant new taught and learned. It was quite Suiter The ladles of the Presbyterian " MIu Wyette Smith, ing and many Sunday School workers got strawMethodist church, which waa dedicated at " Florcnco Eites, McKinney, church nt Hustonville will give a though eomewhat some new points from it, MIis Jennie Kennedy, Crab Orchard, berry aupper for the benefit of church re Winchester Sunday ia paid for and has " SallleFIib, " 200 in the treasury. After the service $1,-04- 1 tedious. B. Green's store room to palra at Mr. J. Mrs, 8. F.U.Tarrant Mr. James F. Huber, tbe secretary of Feed, Coul, luuulier. Etc. wera raised in afow moments. night, Friday. Gralu, Wool, 8. L. Howe, Richmond, Winchester Court. About 200 cat- the Sunday School Union, Is the right man MIm Mamie Uuber, Loulivllle, The namo of the postoffico at Luther tle on the market and prices very low. 10 in the right place. He is devoted to hia ' Uzzie Lre, Springfield, of the meet heim. thla county, haa been changed to 2 year-ol" Lucy Apper on, Richmond, Va cattle brought $3305; 78 year- work and much of the aucceis ntt.nhetm. In honor of Mr. Jacob Otlen- - lings, $19. Several yoke of oxen wero sold ing waa due to hla efforts. " Jeanle Lackey, Lancaiter, " Mattie Denny, UyattiTllle, A County Sunday School Organization helmer. The Catholic population objected at low figures. Only a few mules offered. ' Mrs. A. R. Dsnny. former name. was effected last evening by the election of to the -- Bun. J. K. Denny, Taint Lick, R. E. Barrow president nnd Geo. H: Bruce " MIu Nannie SlaTln, Thoso extensive sheep-raiecrMessrs, secretary and the following rice presidents: As Mr. Thomas Robinson wa3 injecting " Emma Lavell, HyatUrllle, " LouannaJimci, Crab Orchard, strong solution Into rt sore on his horse'e Theodore King and Walter Raymond, a " Dr. G. A. Traylor, W. H. HIgglns, E. B. Mrs. J. W.Jsmss, a particle flaw Into leg one of hla eyes. His have sold their wool at 20 cents and will Miss Mollis Brooki Caldwell, Jr., Geo. Pleasants. G. W. James, Michael Bower nnd wile, of Brodhead, intense, but It waa thought soon haro a big lot of fine lamba to put on soflerioB waa Adam Carpenter and Florence Yowell. PITH" IM that tho eye can be raved. the market. Evidently they aro prosper The first meeting will be announced In due WJCtt ADVKIlTIHsMKltTH. ing royally, time. Drugs, Books, Stationery and "8Airno,"who formerly delighted our An Andenon county farmer brought us ! The Convention is sure to bs productive QqJq aa rermlar correspondent, sends Fancy Articles. StOCk & CrOi). hia crop of tobacco to market and got for fcood ind give a new impetus to the I will oiler at public salo to tho hlzheit bidder a letter from Brooklyn, In which she dis it tbe munificent amount of $0.25. nia is prescriptions accurately compounded on 1'huvnitaui iliftf l!ith, 1836, my Form PhyilciaM KKat work. cants on watering places In general and only a repetition of tbe ii A ISO ' M experience of othof (i Acres, situated near the Dinvlllo pike. In All tho delegates with whom we convers- Lincoln county, 9 miles (rojj Hlintord and on the Dripping Springs tn particular. ers from other counties than Anderson. ed expresiedthcmeelvea highly pleased with county roid leading from the Danville fo the Landecaiter plko. Ibelaodis In a good stato of culLouisville Times. As administrator of T. T. Daviess, Stanford and we are euro the feeling is re- tivation, lenclng excellent, ipaclous barn and (Coun-t- y ceased, I will on Monday June 7th beds. My houie burned down recently but anWatoheB, Olooks, W. V. Kepperf, clerk in tho Sixth ciprocal. 8jme very flittering resolutions other pattern li va tbe ground ready for building. The Largest Stook of Court dny) before the Court Houiedoor, The outbuilding are good. The place Is well watJewelry and Silverware of thanks and appreciation wero adopted. -e wogon and harness, Auditor's oQice, has been promoted from ered aud there li a iplcodld orchard. Will alio sell publicly, A heavy rain and thunder storm, which oftor forialeall klndinf farming Implements nnd - ,; f"M AN,ta-,.iaf5iVT5f- arf He Is from'Mt. --Vernon, farm-Io- k ?l,20O to $M00. in 1 old busz" and hirneaa and a lot of iucliliier,bf'res n' ctllo, fcugi houwboM ami Vrer boueUtlx'le ax 7 o'clock, threatened to Uucliou furuliur, Krius mads Lucnrn on duy thoLowcit. up nbout J n P.utori, adrur, Ky., and hw nat been in u year. Time cima the convention without the benedic ofiale. (128-1- 1 ' " ' ...i,. nn ihoit J. T. LAW, btanford. cloce dispatch. with will annexed. & well-knowIt Pone German millet stnd nt Wear en Menefet's. 3 ... d P0W0E Absolutely Puve. Purifier To-da- y BOOK FULL. HeistngerD's Ixxii-RiO- cham.es nux. "!. 1154-ly- MmH & -- Tmim, bar-roo- ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. n, Low Prices a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, dls-cue- Hardware, Embracing Everything. one-ha- lf e, . METOALF WEAREN & FOSTJEFfc MENEFEE, & ' ed ' Farminglmplements and Mchin ery, im'ii 1-- 4. Ffs Bm pes? lageSf, ' Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Seed, Pamj M'Aiisief PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- ofLand, - two-hon- j!01VtXrlto" ;- 3Vtt$ 'm 9SES9RC CSMBflflfctI ESSrHTflBE H xy nMrtiiw in 'in "I " w hi. MM w na.Mi nii zaatsmmtsmtsmtma ssfrmxeassisnmr .m-xma- mtm & OOUQH8 AND ORo.Je Dr. Talmage in hU eecond termon on Labor question, said: tho The Voutis Mnn ITho Wasn't l'artleulnr The Ubor agitation will soon quiet. The About Ills Wage. mills will again open, the ratlroids resume boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect young their traffic, our national prosperities again Year before last a bright-lookinKNIGHT OF TUE LAKIAT. health, and the true Way to liuuro health by the In rtapoaso man entered our counting-rooOf course the damage done Is to purify your blood with AVer's Sarsato an advertisement for nn assist shrppTrur lUrt. immediately be repaired. parllla. Mrs. Kllza A. dough, 31 Arlingclerk. Ho told tho usual talo of how ho itrikescan not NOT TO BE CONSIDERED A SUCCESS ! ton St., Lowell, Mass., writes: "Kvery wanted a position mora than wages for tho Wages will not be so high m they were. AS AN INDIAN FIGHTER. winter and spring my family, Including time being, and was willing to acoop a Spasmodically they may bo higher, but This fine, combined stillion will tasks the tea-o- n nominal salary to start in ox The old man of ISM at tuy stable, nir Hheltir City, In myself, use several bottles of Aycr's Sarwhether they will drop lower. Btrlkes, Mnroln county, on the saparllla. Kxpcrlctico has comlnecd mo Lick lurnplkt roaJ.st tJhslby City and Knob No Class of Man In tbo World Mora Ut- feeling in particularly good humor always injure laborers more afternoon, and said pleasantly to the now tiilht or wrong, that, ns n powerful terly Contomptuoui of Death Dentins comer; than capitalists. You will tee this in the $15 tho Soason or $20 to Insuro a (Jolt with Unseen Dancer A Total Lack ol "Well, sir, what would you consider a itarvatton of next winter. Boycotting and nominal salary! What would you bo willDescription and rellfrree:-!con- d Jewel li t blood Military Discipline. hamls 3 Incbrt Vr, with bUck mine and tall, IS Hn ing to accept in beginning P vlotsnce and murder never pay. Ther are US years oM htrh, with floe tty la anJtctlon. Doubtless your ears have titillated, oven The young man pickod at tho lining of hli different etsRes of anarchy. God never this Spring, fowli Cunningham's at this range, to tbo vociferous trill of tho hat with his Angers, and differentially re- bleesed murder. The worst use you can( purifier, it I very much superior to any Jewell, he brwtt ttrM or oil Washington Denthe famous plied. cowboy, howling to bo lot at 'em. ThU dam Minnie, br other preparation of Snnaparllln. All mark. "1 First by W'elU' Cruuiler; Me Do .H'a a too 3 dam br ilam "I want to show you, sir, that I niwin bus- put a man to Is to kill him. The aeswai. knight of tho lariat Las bad to ask persons of scrofulous or consumptive tenof IJaTy Crockett; 4th dam by araluMile nl.l iJ. Cavendish and iness, and I will work for 1 cent tho remainseveral friends to hold him, right along, lest nations of Lord Frederick die mare, pedlgref unknown. Mr. II C. I'arrln's WW --- tA dencies, and especially delicato 'children, ho avalanche himself on tho gory hostile and der of this mouth, providing you think It Old Minnie, ufBecond Jewel, wait premium in Pbrnaix Park, Dublin, aro suro to bo greatly benefited by Its animal, from Jia to an mars. Second Jewa coll oxpungo wo Apacue race at ono fell swlpo. would not be too much to double my salary Mr Burke in the attempt to avenge the wrongs use." J. w. Starr, I.nconl.i, Iowa, writes : el hu beon ahown twenty-fou- r atl times and wore the And tho comical part of It has been that a each month thereafter." only twice. allcktla twenty' two tlmes-drle. good many worthy folks aro impressed 'That's a novol proposition, surely'" aald of Irsland, only turned away Horn that afFor years I was troubled with ScrofuHo made ten snows last season at Danville, Hut- n thereby, and yearn for tho formation of tho old man with a tmilo, kDo you you flicted people millions of sympathiser ritrr! fru a 1r. ( Ut at nana, toaTllle, Kltkatllle, Klcbuioodaaa Laxington and lous complaints. I tried sccral different . i' imiil tirttmi la tht lUailin Suim, ribbons. sundry cowboy companies, with superlative know what you'ro talking about, my dear '.ii. t rtrorsi r'lasiru itti im preparations, which did mo little, If any, worn ten bluewill hi furnished mares at reasonable up the IIwc of ComPastures t t mofnm mD ! iUm Tho attempt to blow faith, that so tho problem should bo solved boyP it 4 riM nfttSrBrtsr rate, l'artlng wltb inar forfeits the lumrance. good. Two bottles of Ayer's Sarni.v Well, sir, my princlplo aim Is to learn mons in London had only this ffect- -lo lnstantor. Tho proposition has evon been ll l.lxa retained on all colts uulll terries cbargt are . iv.nMs.4 lcl(f Ik. (4ltS nitt ' rnia effected a complete- cure, It is my paid. Ik.ll .D(ll,,,. tbo business," responded tho young follow, ikmw out of emnloymeat tens of thoueands wlrod to Vfashlngton. , 0?M OS lt Kl.Ih, M . .1 I will also staid at the sams stables the flat j aek i Now, the cowboy is a good follow in his and I would bo 'almost willing to work for nMr this opinion thet this medicine Is the brst n Iti.mpU sal HC"i. Cri I4IM. til of innocent Irish people in England. In blood way, and it is a robust, anti-dud- e .. way, too. nothing, but I'd liko to fool and be able to ! tnr rr It. Trie L?i:RA.TATt0R.Atltiita,Oe? I haven't a word against him, but, on the say that I was earning something, you ooontiy tho torch put to the factories that . bad contrary, a lively inomory of many kind know." hiwi:i.ihrht cuhiiuL m v.... ainrharoed hands for good or AtolmutoallTe colt, mooey due when the '. I Cltikloa TmUIbi. ruulitj nesses at bis hands. He Is no rougher than I'll tako you." remorkod tho old man. rer-ocolt la haled or uer rrtM with, lllaek Hawk obstructions on tho rail tracks in Hntlni. 1 1 bandiS nr, most of u) would becomo by tho banging 'One cent, two cents, four cents, eight, sixL.iMubr.lievBinnilihlavj uwweu iwoi Both lor sale by l)r. M.L. BOUUNK, Stanford wa nrei high about in these savage wildernesses, Ilii teen," he enumerated. "You won't get ,ni nf mldnieht exnrees train, because of the day." C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. II., Inches Haw! he by Velocipede, he by IMDUINDI Mack virtues are more than a few, and as virile much for awhllo," ho added. not like the preeident of writes: "For n number of years I U tAlt b vj ami's Mammoth. Ills d am was the offenders do A-bdallHe took him up to tho cashier. "This U as his vices. The wholesalo damnation piled was troubled with a humor In my eyes, byHtlgali't black Hawk; 3d dam was raited by, strikes on shipboard the hour upon him by some virtuous pooplo is not John Smith," hj said. "He will go to work the company; printing offices and unablo to obtain relief until I comHA C. T. only unjust but foolish. As an Indian as assistant shipping clerk HJs they were going to sail, or in hbelby City. Ky. The noted breeder, will menced using Aycr's Sarsaparllla. I hate lighter, howover, ho is a rank failure. He salary will bo ono cent this month. Doublo the hour the paper was to n to ptew, or in make the soou ol ISS0 at my atab'.e 2 taken several bottles, am greutly benedenill.ii gallops nround at a safo distance, whoops it overy month from now on." the minea the day the coal was to be south of HustouTllle. on FUIiTi 1IROTIIEI6S. fited, and believe it to bo the best of blood "In consideration of my working for this and swings his hat and shoots (to tho mortal fcaffoldinga eo that tl.e IluitonrllU anl Lib. dotrimont of space) and paralyros ovory-thin- g small salary I might ask you to a&ture me a livered, or on houee purifiers." It. Harris, Creel C'lt)I!amey erty turnpike. AUIallth (ilenro Is by Jo Kluio. but the foe. If yon fancy from this position lor a dounifcu period Inquire the builder falls in ktepin;; his contrac- tCo., Dakota, writes "I Jmvp been nn No. SUO: trial 3S7 rrc-oneau that ha Is a coward, you wore never worse John Smith. Intenso sufferer, with l)ypepln, for Iho these aro only a hard blow on the 2 40, an J half brother u fooled. There is no class of men in the "We don't usually do that," replied tha all its nrmp, past three years. Six month1 ago I began werrx5S53ri i"ri governor, "but wo can't leuo much on you of American labor, and cripple world, I presume, more utterly contemptutO. C8 told for I9.0UO,) Itsrlew X 2Y I.yturi heart, to use ous of death. He will rub noses dally with anyhow, I guess, and you look liko an honSSJanJ link .WaLcflal.1.- mtrr.- (rial- 2 :C: lint and lame lU feot, and pleico its . . ..r..:rniu .miiieo. ny sviine u. ley Koreltner by tho bony old conqueror without a twitch ol est fellow. How long do you waat employ- Trspa sprung suddenly upon employer?, Imp. Ulrnco.l ?J inn Hants C ir CunnlniihaiVs JaL X 33 tho eyelid. ment! Copptr Bottom; M dam Mlnrrra )uneai by Imn. lnlimce never took one knot out of WILL FACE DANGERS HE CAX BEE. "Threo years , sir, if agreeable to you." Plrssl by ilubblt't Denmark, known si On Time. Bururd. Jolilmoby ht. Klmo, No., by Alex of toiler's AUIallah IS, by r.;fjk's llAldlil.lnnlan AVoll, by Jove, tho old man agreed, and tho knuckles to toil, or put one farthing But he wanta to know about It to sco hit First dam Motile Mount bj Cabblt'a Islington, No. lb: JooKlmo't 1st dim br Msml.rlno Muun. game. In ths 7d dam br Young Amtrlra, be by Taylor's Mcs Batoarum broil where the young Mr. Smith, on pretence of wanting wages into a callous palm. Wl Mogtr; 3J dam by Miller's Deamaik. which rises ccr. Imp. llle D.'t dam by rilarl'uhl, by Cherokee, friendly glass spills an ugly word, the word some evidence of stability of bis place, got by Plantor Abdallah Nlenco't tolls ire wrongs of clvilizilion. him Jouit4avnaft'ubitia!JUi!Kl inttuvrU is echoed baclc by a blow, and tho blow get! the governor to write out and sign a paper will never the core It has effected im entire cure, ntnl I ara 1th dam by Jim Boll, ore oft hobst Mcthorarsof kind, fine and large and cod 1 moms, both In bare one of his answer in the flash of twenty rovolvcrs-tho- re that ho had been guaranteed a position in Mark thatl hit day; Slh dam a uolol radll mare brought harnoti and under tbe raddla, now ns well as c cr." thst with very little bandlln; trotted a f In 40 from Vlrirtnla. rxdUto unknown. the cowboy is nt homo. He will stand tho houso for throo years on tho terms 1 sec., Liver. For some time Tbey will make the erasoo of 1JH at J. K Ka- Ins also another thtt was at proralilnjt, but ow. Etoneintiie like a rock and faco the murderous music of nave stated. Sold by all Druggists. to an accident hat nerer tea trained. Abrris', ono mile from Htanlord on the IluitonrllU blacksmith , He worked along for six months without Mr G. Midkiff, a the .41's, his own barkinc back doflnntlr. pike, (lilt lil la a dark brown, It bands bljh, 4 dallah Oletx-o- altbouih a natural saddle torse, ; Six bottles, $o. l'rlco $1 trotted a full mile on a 10 tec slow track In 2 U. Shoot him full of holes and he will yet fotcb drawing a cent Ho said he would draw all in Richmond, ha been ufferlng with a yews old this Sprlc aud will stand at wltb sit weeks or two months' bsndllng, timed h Trepared by Dr.J.C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, down his man. Hero ho Is acquainted Ir Lis earnings at Christmas. The cashior one by II l"ope. of Dor! count r Mr 1". sata be eonld trouble. Dr. J. I$10 to Insure n Living Cult. his own phroso, he "savvlos the burro." But day thought ho'd figure up bow much would slrangn internal show aJSO lilt auy time, Call and tieiaritoek Mass., U.S. A. told him last week that he had be coming to tho young man. no grew so t is "tne danger that we know not of UforebresllDf riMwbrre, and sase money, fur be Wlrer Kins wlIII limited to IS -- arc, at the ume til the liett runnlnn and lrattln which cowards of us alL" What Interested in tbo projoct that he kept mnltl-plyin- g gallstones. That the gall ck and cinal same r!o. lie It S years old this faprlnc. li a crow In rrlitrote. lis It a lMtilul brewn, ever may tio said to tho contrary, the cow-bofor tho throo years. The rcoult beautiful bay, IS bands iDebrsalsa Will alio IAS bands hlh igildloi msxurl tupMlar Uotie ... fiit..i with Wd stones. Mr. Midkifi sUml at tauie places Quo Jtck, knows nil about Indians. It isn't hit almost staggered him. This Is the column and muule and Hindi for the small turn of dorca of frequent business. A danger that ho can see, ho wiL' of figures ho took to the old man; first began to take large aU S10 tho Seajon or $12 50 to Insure. "WALKER, face like a hero, but when it comes ton hunt mouth. .01, second. (12: third. .01: fourth. etrone medicines, and on last Ssttirdar eix 1 will also in which ho ha? to deal with on invisible, or 0.3, fifth, .10, sixth, .82; soventu, Ot, eighth, stonee. averaging the sixe of grains of field tlind my flacjitk, totnaur colt, tnttmy due at wranlsj time. At $S unknown, and a mysterious foo ho bisn't 8I.'.b, ninth, 12: eleventh, It is a bmw u Jtck wltb while lats,& years ol iW; tenth, dislodged, and on Sdnday twtn-l- y la June, IS nauJs hUb. H was ilrel by Alkln's I don't blamo him it Is simply hu iW.il, twelfth, O0,43; thirteenth 'fiP.CiS; corn, were thin King Wllllsm nJ he by King l'hllllr, hti first AtMtolniure. He It IS bimli loeaet man. To lops or creep through a country fourteenth, fsl.W: Dftoenth, IllKCSJ; more were removed. They aro of a IS WAHRANTED to cure bltii. a Hint tin Jono(t,sU and as much style as a tvre. lis Fccr and lamand he by Klnj I'nllllp: bis tlrnt by l'lill-li- wltn nucl-oobleak, ruggea und desolate boyond descript3.7.i.i, Rovcntoenth, JuMBO; eenj ilam by 1st datkbrown color, and exceedingly hard. Airuc, Intcnnlttent or Chill Fever, jiek and a IneMoroCistUjick Is a larsegrej. will terse Jennets at lirt. Uareseeti breederef aud tion; amid a silence heavy cnougn to break l,Stl.72; nineteenth, $2,tiXUl; three bit on the street, but looks Dengue Fever, Dumb Ague, llllloti- - Fever, UfaieCulla. no-t- f the heart; seeing no sign of lifo; yot know-in- twentieth, ?5,217.0j; twonty-firt- , oils from Jennets that do honor lo any Jerk (or i:. A' .7. ;. r.ntntH. 10,U0; The pitlent Is outran through a nausige-gtlnde- r. Complaint, "Rrck.bono" Fever), LiTer Mares parted with renders the KHn die. twenty-secon, been that any Innocent tuft of bear-grasand nil dlicascs arising from 0,asS.:; twcnty-Uilrdas if be bad TbiMe who tare trtded lasrrs brd list season are j any cactus rosette, any loholy rock may, Ut OT.'.f.l 3J,9i&'.5, twenty He hae, however, better bealth Malarial poisons. rt minded thst my money Is due ao J rxicted. lssn mstt. , without any warning, spit out Its Httlo pufl fifth, JIW.VMIW; twenty-slxth$331,8l3Ll'; ie a remark-abl- e iar taxen lo present aceldrnts but mt tep-sl- l "Harpers, S. C, July 9, and a pecket fnll of rocks. It le thvuM any oci jr. of smoko with a leaden messago to yout twenty-seventeC(0,ttt24; twenty-eigbth- , Richmond Register. "For eighteen, months suf-crc- d case- .heart Isn't It enough to make any ono a $l,:cjr,.5i4s; twenty-ninth- , K.N.I'ttlVKLls $.',. i,Wt'u6; leetlo shaky Bravery alone is not nn ado- - thirtieth, $l,(M,(W.0I, thlrty-flrst- , ii,OlS,-OlftS- l, xuitli Chills anil Fever, of the ur- time-fift- h thirty-seconTno eea occupied jlTJSILOXltU: thirtv- ciuate stltfener it takes uio and acquainthaving Chills every other day. auom ance. tbird, ?J,47J,Orfe.aS; thirty-fourt$1M MV face of the earth. At tho depth ol And then? is anethor point whorein the IViT-- ', thirty fifth, ei87,baS,tia4lj thirty-sixt- three thoueand Htc hundred feet waves are After trying various remedies ;.1ss--33 Will tasks tha seasoa of cowboy Is at a loss. Ho is without dis2;3,7?0,0ii&6; total salary for thre recommended to cure, , laM at my felt ine lempeimun.- m . DtabU cipline, and without that all tho courage ir years, $5aJ,554,25.t.Gi trdltfrt, roadsters any bottlo of Ayer's A$uo Cxlre, and The tsire ofKsittrti hrss than sad mere fsne y and In Htanfunl, Uteryand will Ky., othr sttlllon Tho governor nearly fainted when ha un- varying only a trlila from the ice of the tho world will not effect a soiaier. A Kentucky, will make thn smsou of IMS four e iniillUd to sersa a In have never since had a chill. soldier hu never will' be. of Hunlor'1, tlirrctly on tbe Kuob I.trk limited numbtr el niuoi at -. Discipline him derstood that ovon If ho was twice as rich pole to the burning eun of the (quator. A uillis aJh HARPER." plko, wtwill, on ceunt of the drprritlonat oser and ho would Le no longer n cowboy, for hit as Yanderbllt, ho would bo ruined in payo! of over lie perml-tpthe S15 (he Sciixon. t) terse marts tul'e down tho water ha a premre vrilblnf, absolute Independence and individuality are ing John Smith's salary. Ho concluded to rnnrAitr.D nr extremely low prtc ol himself. discharge the modest young man at oncu. a tm to the t quare Inch. If a bax eix feet Dr. If it would amuso any ono to t J. C. Ayer & Co., lowell, Mass. Dno when sertlrrs are ren-4 cowboys and hurl them at tho evancs Smith had llgured up how much would be deep ere died with tea water and allowed $15 t lie Season or $20 to Insure. dsred, S!U to Iniure a Sold by all Druggists. cont Apacho, probably there will be no ob due him, and reminded tho old man of his be msrn In foil, dut when the fart It iMeriaiaa.l.r under the sun there would jection, cornier con boys or Indians will written agreement Rather than take to evaporate (Iran furnished at t prr mouth Due rare taken 8'J.1 tola,u'ellTlnclt, da when th colt li Tak tl oaled. Dicsllle Wnkai it a beautiful maboony outfer, and there will bo as much fun at chances in courts and lot everybody know two inches of salt left on the bottom. to present iIJculi or ec(i, but w lit nut bay, stsndlng pv, h.nds hlch.of ure.t trottlcrtc thould tor occur. isn't blood. Fort Bowlo (A. T.) Cor. Inter-Ocea- how he Lad Leon duped, the governor paid ing the average depth of the ocean to bo Nobby It s Jot bltck tlou ind hu trotted his mll Id 1 M; qusrle'i in Dtrrlptlon and PiOUrn Smith 5,iU aud bade him good-by- . I've three mile?, there would be a layer cf pore baudthUb, JT with little haollinjat 4 yean, in J has airaly in forobewl and two white tUr 1 heard ho tried tho tamo dodgo In Chicago hands Inch high, fine man ami tll. good, tinny Jlitlt (ulihrd hlmsttf at a breeder Mt It a thick on Tho AViimlirful Gift of Alcyooe, but a larger horse In atery In, bwaulllul boad a J nrek, excellent abouldrr. after leaving hero. Loulsvtllo Courier-Journ- salt two hundred and thirty feet and hti gilt and blood lines ali ilinllar and colder Uckand lolD-- ln lact, faulllrts lo srtnwrtry;ant Is All that is ro quired to mako a glnss-cate- t water b?d of the Atlantic. The possun remote from the gnat rjio, Wilkes th lUMInn will gusranuo tbrrodoean't Use out of it man Is for him to havo the nerve -- N. sessed oft Utter dlsoslllon, aud these qtiallilrs last I'lililhnuipson Is lilt llrst tnd oolyS.year As a reliable remedy, in case o, i 'up, Tlie Work of a rieet Stenographer. at the bottom than at the surface to chew It up and swallow. Thoro is no he InTtriably Imparts to his proreny Nobby Is old that has been handled Iinhiih v,.n n.n..i Ono of the most rapid shorthand or fcten. Tribune. Whooping Cough, or sudden Colds, special gift beyond this reiulroi. The docthe lire ot of Nobby, Jr.. recoid l'iui and told inboriorofoneoftb ftUettand brightest Jewels fortVODO, when handled rery little One of hit ol Indiana, and ts a worthy ntmitike ol roytl and for the prompt relief und cum of tors who say there is danger In swallowing ogrnphlo reporters in Richmond Is George ., Indian and ue iniinnwc.1 a gait close to2 40, being coltf trotted laat season, wltb little tialnlug, In 'im-A xambo is the iesue of an son of Dr. J. J. Lafforty, editor glass may be all right, but I havo never had Lafferty, throat and lung dljeatcs, AycrV Cherry 2 M. another In 2 33 and one In 2 31, srd was sold htndle.1 by a colored boy. Like brr tire, the bat a ia a result of the any diulculty with It except once, Just aftei of The Richmond Christian Advocate, a negro. A qnadroon Ilia eucKiitics wore tne ties at tne icsel brad and a good gall. Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E. O. Edgcrly, fortJ.JOO. Dantllle Wilkes It by brle't Oeo. Wilkes. Jr; JIustoaTllle and Danville Fairs oser rings tt twea I began swallowing it I took a doso of Young Lafferty is private secretary to Govof a teifron and a white ptrrOD; a Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes : " I consider colls. Nobby wasslrr: by (Jar- - dam otDansllle Wilkes by HkedtdJIe; bkedaddle ty and twenty-fou- r salts ono night, and soon felt my insldos ernor Let, nut ho had higher aspirations, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral u most Important of a white man and a mulatto worani CbUf. the aire of llasll bike, 2i 2S( Mau- - by Ollftr. 1st dam ol 8knlnl,tia i.r M.lw i....n .. i.i griping ma I thought it was tho glass, and he made a fight for the, position of oul-ci- tsizeron, i. i ...li i... Trumpeter; 8d dim Aratui, 4th dam Imp. spree J u.i ...A..i. .i ne- remedy for home use. I havo tested Its stenographer In the United State con- man; a mulatto, of a while man Und a and felt sure I was gone, but I wasn't. 2SI: OarrarlChlet by Mambrlno Unlet, sltttf fcaglc, Slbdsm Wild Heir, Glh Eclipse, and can curative power, in my family, many LIyTboru, 2 U V. Woodford Msmbiluo, 2 2li, still trace him further Into tha thoroughbre-- fam- cave wen oating glass for six years, and It gress. . and others in tbe 2 JO llil. First dam by Kranki The shorthand reporters of tho cnnitol cress. times during the past thirty years, aud hasn't dona me any harm yet I swallow Sl kc1.lr,,,,na MeadUyby Waiy,2ddam Shel-to- n 2d dam by Aratui; Sddam by Kytdyk's Hsiublc-tonUBucklen's Arnica Salre. about six ounces of It evory day, and I do constitute a close corporation. They would I old Telrgsaph, 3 dam Kiank. Waxy, the have never known it to full. It will re4th dam by IMoinod. Nobby's dam iireof Medley by Berlhume, uuyo uu nuuugor euior iae cnarmoa cinao, - hi Imp. Tranby In the world lor Cuts. Bruises Th.i(jiln not diet mytelf In any particular way. thoroubbrel mare, said to lit dam by 8loay lievo the most serious affectious of the Parting with maret l ball fvrfelt the insuranrq retrel,2ddamTom Hal. and least of all from tho south. Tbey are Boras. Halt Bheura. Feror Bore. Tetter, Charred eat, outsida of glass, Just tho sarao dUhw (Irass furnlshM at n r--r ronth. Due cira throat and lungs, whether la children or Eraptlont, In all comji aud a lien retained on all rolls until paid each, and tbelr places are worth Hand,, Chilblains, Coras and allBkln other people eat Loonard, thj Glass-Eate1 I'ffntaccMenti.but will not be rcspoa-ilbl- n scrs-lcbirite Ispali. Kor further inlotmsllon, adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, tho having. liut a new reporter was thould any occur. poAltlTely cures Piles, or no pay rcj ulred. I, C. li. Utf II , ; callonw addreas Va., writes : "I have never found a medHOtf vanted, and the civil servlco commislpn and .1. T. XVXXELI.KX', Stanford. Or W. M. MCAra-K.I'eraoiiul Appearance, of Father Ityan. to glTo perfect satisfaction, or money luarntod ftanfunl, kt. March. 1M6. icine equal to In l appearanco Father Kyan was interpoio.l, and that no improper advectauur l!S!.,t.i Prica 25 cenU per box. For tale by a very striking man. Ho had a cloar, open might secure tbo rotund stipjrid tho stenog- Penny 4 MeAUsler. raphers themselves were authorized to apcountenance and a lofty forehead. His Interesting Experiences. eyes wero blue and kindly. Besides being a ply the crucial tost, and George Laffejrty Columbus, The CumbWl Bullion poet, he was a musician. Ho wculd fre- (private secretary to Governor FItz Hugh Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of This tine ttallton will quently go to the house of ono of bb parish Lto came up from Richmond. There was da , tells his experl11" tnu,: "For thr yMr a vivacious tjwede undergoing examination bare tried orery remedy on the market for Stommake thr teasun nl ls!0 it loners, and, tolling tho servant not to call tny p'ace, three miles Irom any one, would take his seat at the plana as a witness before a congressional commit ach and Kidney Disorder!, but got no relief, un- -. for the prompt relief of throat and lung Htsnfurd on tbo Hunlord Foiled May 8,1650. Is a dark blown with r.,.11 and With a cigar betweon his tooth, ho would tee, ana Lniierty was sent to roforfrtbo t .,.i FiMrl Hitters. Took fire bottles best diseases peculiar to children. I consider ADansllle pike, at ttar: It litn.ls high: extra bcary mine and un symmetrical la form, with tuiierlor sirle. Imth in words each uiaate. am now cured, and think Electric IBltten the it an absolute euro for all such affections, play and improvise "for hours, and upon Swede, who uttered hirnes and under ssddlo. lie wis tire.1 by tbe $15 to Insnro a Mare coming back to the things of this world For five hours questioning lawyers and the DaA 1'urlfler in tho srorld." Major A. B. Iteod, and am never without it in tho house." noble Miinptrr bcnuisrt.. ba by floddatd's bo surprised to find bo hall spent "four br more voluble Swede rattled away, ns did in I'oai. used Electric Bitters.for an jte Liberty. Ky, A Cromwtill'i DwiorarV. 3Irs. L. . Herman, 18Y Mercer at., Jersey he the reporter. Next morning Latferty read of West by tlio the rice hortd Ueiimsrk, he 1.V fm- live hours In perfect Ignorance of his surKidney afftctlon and says: hoth. City, writes: "I have always found Ho Is a black, foaled In ... ... ..... - . ..pIa.1 ll&.lrA..I the lit.000 words of his report to the lawyers oldsundlng good at Electrla roundings. Louisville Courier-Journa1882,slxteoii hands high, by William W!ch, by mark, he by lug hu erer done ma so much Aycr's Cherry Tectoral useful in my famthe race hors. Denmark bit dam by and the Swede. It was pronounced perfect, Tenny & Ilysdyke't llambletnnun; 1st dam Kit by (Hli s Hor tel, 2d dam br Montgouieri't Bitters." Bold at 80 cents a botllo by Oliver. Bd dam ily." L. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., and Lafferty won tho place he sought Vermont; 2d dam HUck 8sn by Helm's YorkA 'if In t for'sYyiiochomlrlnc. by old Drennon. Ilreedeia will McAIUter. shire, by Imp. Yorkshire; M dint I.lttle Kmlly by rrlnce noiMtses mora Deumark ttkn nollco that writes: "For the speedy cure of sudden Muwl .l..n ...u Hypochondriacs aro 'generally filling up Rlchuuud State. Wacner, by Imp. Wrutuer; ith dm tinllr rlpeed tlwi tlud, Colds, and for tho relief of children afflictthe country. Evory day we meet men who A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. by Imp. Ierlntnan; Sihdim by Cackolel; Cthdam other tuition now In arknowhxtgtwhich all will ouie Trace of Prehistoric Ueutlatcy. has produced by (Irandrlrer; 7tb dim bs Maryland Phanlij more horsemfn sad lie ed with Croup, I have never found anyaro setuiblo on every subject except their plying between first and combined stock than Prehistoric dontlstry Is being studied by Capt. Coleman, tcbr. Weymouth, 8lb dim by Hannlbil; Oili dim bj tiliky.by I'nw-e- l. any other class In K.ntucky. own ailmonu. They dread malaria in the known with thing equal to Aycr's Cherry Tcctoral. Hu prosen him-le(See I.mllr ttpwil in Hniee's tud Hook, Vol. certalu gentlemen in Paris and 'Kama. Atlaotlc City and N.Y., badbeen troubled an excellent breeder. ureoto, lour tue water is unwnoiesouie, re- Etruscau remains It Is the most potent of all the remedies I 1, pao Ml Vermont Iliinbletunltn Is a very Tbetaddletialllnn, was unable to tleep, and wt ir gard nearly every artlile of diet with sus- show no signs of in the museum ef BoJojrna a cough so that he King's New Dltcorery for wnn un? bitim aou ion , irooi aciion have ever used." XV. II. Stickler, Tcrro dental surgery, but it'fi a Induced to try Dr. a'red WHIU-- Welch, with prlsire ol . WAUL ACE picion, mid vlow sunshine an! clouds alike relief, Vermont being a gnud sou of Uysdjrkti'i lUmhle-tonliIt no: only gave htm instant breast-- . Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer's Cherry rjuch. men should go to the noticeable fact that soma of thesa ftpstajn with fear, th Krindert tire llslnj;. md Olll't Ver- Voaled May 1, 1871). It a rich roahowny bay, jjij In his twenty-eigteeth in place of tMrty-twPectoral cured my wife of a severo lung but allayed the extreme eorencis touutry and livn In the open air. They can but mont combined, backed by tborouh liioel, ought bande blgh. beasy mine and (all, Tt ttrlctly flnl At another tomb, belonglnj to the Hit children wire tlmllarly aflected and a single affection, supposed to be Quick Conto nuke a fine ttork horse. and fancy, la bolh a natural and pleasant saddler. not be cured T.hllo they remain In the s New tilth century B. C, three teeth bound to- dose had the same happy effect. Dr. King I will also stand at the tame place a co jack, broltlancy,audamorcunllorm aid! neighborhood breeder of a drug store. Atlanta gether with Ilera can not be found; has neser proJuced of a gold band havo ajso boen DlscoTery 1 now the standard remely In the sumption. We now regard tho Pectoral Imp. Vlctaw, a tlnz. Constitution. los-t- i as n household necessity." E. 31. tbutwnit hassso--n found. Tho greatest antiquity msist Le Trov. IioiYsknX. ly.e glTli'g the blue-li- e colt ttddloictlon natural, and on board tho schooner. household atery year In Ilrnlnerd, 3(lnn., writes: "I to the Phoenician specimen in fee Colemtn Bottles of this Standard Remedy at die rings from tho oldest to the youngestthe sal Trial Curiaim Mtliuinutlcal Calculation. of hK am subject to Dronchltls, and, wherever I Louvre, at Paris, which contuts of teAh Free A McAlister's Drug Store. offspring. Ho it high-ta- ll itylo on both tides to Penny An eastern newspaper with a mathe- roughly bound together with gold . .mm ri ti.uim, i uacaeu up uy thorouzb- go, am always sure to have n bottlo of matical bent uaj made the curious calcula- As tbo Greek and Roman laws bad ihblr bndton both tldet, making him active and Positive Cure for Piles. iprlRhtly In gilt, In form aud finish a perfect rood-tions that two drinks of whisUv cost a origin In Egypt, tbo dental art was probt.. h.nvnni.oif this countr we would tay that JV'?,!'"d..lir bo. lre.of pound and a half of beofiteak; two Leers, ably first practiced on the banks of thoftlia, Dr. -a- rchill's Cherry .y hi; w.iu;r "K ,: JSJPt1-'-". .! a dinner of mutton chops; one cocktail, an for in tbo laws of the twelve tables we road: we bare been glren the Agcy of guaranteed """" "air nausce, ne by ..L ' ItadUn Pile (,ho.rou?bb!Tl ee'g plant or head of cauliflower. "What "If any ono's teeth havo been boundto- txienia!, (damoryirginlus by Tranby. thorouihbrj' h. with me. It fs without a rival for the euro will you takei" stands for a nice oyster getber with gold, it shall not bo unlawTuT to to cure or money refunded-lnter- nsi, ny the celebrated Hieou'i WdId! Jddfm . whin Bllad, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. stew for tho whole family on Sunday bury him with it" Chicago Herald. of bronchial nflecilons." mare morning, "set 'em up again l" means sugar For tale by Penny -- MeAlltter.Prnggliti. Tu. abore borses iM..n W. IWJU pitKPAhED nv ... . 4)i "V...VM .r idc ... .w..n. 9lr.ll... ill maka In tho bouga for a month. rhlladulnhia Woods Have Their Aninltlen. . "u,t0PT'lie. near Carpen-te.'7.1'. .,.,lU ' Da w" " P'rraltled to serro mares Wles and Molhers. Dr. J. CAyer-&'Co.,i.6wel- l, CoJL Daughters, Mass. There is no reason to doubt that wood the season or fltf So to Insure allying Mates comu.ittw to my care and breeding have what may bo called tbtsir alTlnMtt. We emphatically guirantee Dr. Marchiil's Vor sale Uy all'Drugglsts. DisShops ut Noun In India. Ctimloic wlllrocelre my personal mention (Irass Female Bemedy, t cure Female It has been stated on authority that has 'not be paid fjr befi.te In India tho. shops are closed for a few been questioned, that certain woods (both ease, tuch as Otarlsn troublos, Inflammation and the remoril ot maret No ti reiwnilbllltT lor hours when the sun Is highest, and every- dry) when placed In contact wfU soon rot, Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing or .iH)i. Tatting with nitres lorMts the body remains under shelter, coming out as but when In contact with other woods will down falling, Irregularliles.JBarrennesi, Change o 1 s'aiasrsatahale'sa'ta Insurance, Ibeislrt or ih.t clui, lia-2g the neat diminishes. In the United States not rot It would be reasonable to aunopKi J. NTKSSMt CJKVKXTEU. rtMt1l, I nil tas Wlrra lle,Uuebonbo;s, beeldei many weaknestestrrlng-losl.mutt unlrtl ,su tho shops aro open during the midday glare that the nature of a place of wood XtS Ha Bloillng, 8pl-n- .i from the above, like Headache, " The fine Imported Normtn ttslllen, will icske the andxlosed an hour earlier than they aro In likes and dislikes, that it will rejul and ii'rtrir. I'Jrti. T sMaictur. iihosu u'Mknm. Slaenleunest, Nervous Debllltx, senomflglOat the liable of J. M Wray, at winter. How sensible our customs soem attract, in other words, that itlsaSejcfced FaJplUtlonoftheUert,4c. Tor sale by DrugUhstwon lh Urn, tt "Pink Cotttge, ' Vt mllei Crom Uianford' at the public and now, i tak, besides those of the heathen in bis blind-- n by that with which it comes In sruatera) Htrt:iCteI:Oi. sinon lln Icidjn; Stalk ging, Prices SI and II 60 per bottle. Send to Dr. CtUS.afUit alUlik. smi Exchange. Were it not so, it 'would be an oxosptipo. tu Sohxoii, Fiflfeu I'ollaria-thD. Marchiil, tftlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. A. L.. SMITH, the mineral, animal, and Vegetable king- - J llisifort rv Fociahj bv Penny A McAIUter. iirugjii- -. Or)i?JtoIuiureaColt. Cbtmio Is a dir k itrar. Way of Finding Out. One SoMhy UniififUu. uoms. .ortnwestern umborman. 1.810 Doundi and It six 174 nandt hlgn, well IVk.U A.young wife in Maine was told by her yens old the nt May next. He it of fine ttyle TBAT HACXINO CbUOH can be to jul'ck!y and action, good in the loins, wall Hbhtd and The Ability of Young lluabauds, is no flatterer. Would you brother that her husband gambled. She It. M. U by 8biljh's Cure. Wo guarantee large body, wltb well tatiisd ihoUldr; head an- could not believe it, and to convince her A good deal Is being sal J lately about Uu cured necx wen eet on. lie was im sorted by u. w. aiun. tics' me, make it tell a sweeter tale ? the brother took ber, dressed in a suit of his ability of young wives to cook. The aba bl field A Co,, nl llbomllivlnn. Ill , 'ept 14. mt of Bonrbon Wb BKV. Ot0. U. THAYER, owe our llres clothing, to a gambling bouse, where she lly of young husbands to pro vide thaln with f Magnblia Balm is the charmWtCflJbirXTCKii'ILO. myitlf tnd wife Ind.,iys: "CHICHESTER'S Lft.LiSM." tw her husband loso $100. Then sho made something to cook ought not to be entirely toBUILOH-- "Both CUBE. For sale CONSUMPTION Tliv (ii'lu'liiiii and Otils .. nidie. er that almost cheats the hsrijlf known, and marched her astonished left out of the question. Philadelphia Gall en ansaitTiun&1it TkkrofM it . t n Bourn- snge. hatband home by the Idoking-glas- s. ailWtattW.fetBAM,!n.i miserable by IndtgMHn Stmt-SHwhlsl 9 JnL. - ' atmoi $imi na 1 CURIOUS FEATURES OF ACTUAL LrFE. ron THE BEST uh g SECOXtf EWEIi &2&& tat N Blood nt Hal-cor- 1 Ire-lan- tl .;. " oP 'SET c . .- :zjLiE3ia. lt -. , Purifier BLACK HAWK! A ' A ah lf 'ffP1' Gloncoo! IK, tr 11 r J0ru Ssx nl .,! bar-roo- Sarsaparllla RS Gilt Edge &Silver King ....... well-know- n Ash-bsug- - leiM y Ague Cure J 1SS. AYER'S STEVE Mcelroy, rlril-clati h, b, clgh-teout- first-cla- g j. nty-fourt- r Bfo!ty flrit-rlit- Danville Wilkes! j5H h, ut Iiiscda JiDliW col-loc- ifr ttte-iprmtl- -- Glas-i:atlii- al For Instant Use of et . n al nj 1 1 r. pon-ona- Cherry Pectoral AYER'S Vermont Hambletonian. STALLI0NSP0R 1886. viT L first-cla- ss ir miu-Knin- DENMARK. ht o. 11 -- Urcck-onridsr- c, tfti-ead- CH AlffPO ! ,. Ayer's Pectoral OIntmebt-emphatlc- ally ?!.,' t?0 uBL'r'?k.. a. .?.. & 53??Jv9PPassj auti-deu- U im The Mirror SNNYROYAiriiLS I -- 113-t- a arm-Excha- KV s.t eoilhty. if- It, Is estimated that there ore at least 200 rariWiea of wild flowers In LosAngelcf Ofi't'iiiiio ....... - uitn snytolng" tm iii in lk rra MADE Lots of Appetite, Yellow at tLeilateou your label aid If Constipation, DUilnett, is a positive eue. Fo tend ut our ''Je. 'Owe n Skin? Sblloh's Vitallter i, ttls at M. L. Bourno't. tt.li, YOU ABE (Uinrlto ut Pr kTiUiiLi' - I NAME PAPjf,1,-.-. ' old br tlriirrrt.ln r trrvtrlirfr. ttrr'a IJniMlJ' On.ii) riiu l'i.. -'- .M Ml -- Of all kinds for sa' as rhet as the ewy ehJett. PleeelTnie a """ befriFn buviiue'sewhere. lll-l- t E'caa7i n.tUHIHHV aiVRXH.