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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886062501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Senti 0 VOL. XIV. kind-hearted sea-sic- k Mi ntefiot lonfimL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1886. NO. 13G. pm" Captain Hay ward, of the M., Is a mot, Sydney; and I shouldn't wonder if we had DB. W. B. PENHT, II. K. TAYJLOIC, attentive and JDontlst, cfllcer, and it all our own w.tv befnrd the Mir.iiot It Of LOO AX COUNTY. Is a Candfdsts or the office UWILU STAKFOBDD, KY. sympathetic to an unusual decree with hit ready to sail three weeks hence mainly ofSuperlntendtnt of !u'IIe In, auction, subjtct ODce on Lancaster ttreet, next door to to the Democratic State Convention. family. He mado cheery rounds through the efi ns and endorsement of this Xtbltnlivd Ttieadaw nnd Friday office. Offlc. boun from 8 to 12 A. riob Journal -- T m. and 1 to 5 P. M. Anesthetics administered whet to the dismal ctbln, where "lay a great gojd man. Of course alt thin forestttem-n- t noceuarr. THOMAS Z. MORROW, 3 1I3U ANNUM, CAHH. multitude of sick folk" during our recent by Sitan is retlly n compliment to th oi OfPulMkl couPtr, li the Republican candidate voyage, and did what he could to assure pel we bear in charge. The devil wi.iinl for JuJe In the 8U Judicial District. 1 understood If w. crudlt that I J.JO will U ex them that they would Inovilably get over not ba so careful in trying to cut it olT were ptcted and demanded. ma it, jutt the point on which the retching there no danger In it to his cause and king WILLI A J) I Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Bindwretch It disposed to lose heart, when the dom, I see that clearly enough. Still, ii Ot Lancaster, Is tbe Republican candidate for Com ers and Reapers, W. P. WALTON. enemy grapples the alimentary depths with it very trying, knowing aa I do the need of monwealth'i Attorney in the 8th Judicial DisKentucky. trict. Election Auguit ftl. Crab Orchard, a clutch at if he would never let go. Diets these poor souls in Auckland and elselMlm Ingt on a sympathetic captain at such a where, when I long so much lo bring the time of needl His profile it strikingly Use precloti i gospel netr to tbe "weary aid T that of Louit Napoleon. With which heavy laden," to find christian men and MT. VERNON, KY. Pralso tho Lord. Qod is Lovo and Noth mention I will wish our captain ban voy-a- women lending themselves to This old and We gazed wistfully at the Mariposa scheme?, unconsciously, and burlug the Hotel Is allll main- -' inir Else." Vi e will hold our annual Fair on tbe talninglls fine reputation. Charges reasonable. as she steamed around the headland that door of access to perishing siult. 0 1, It is Special attention to tho trareling public. JUDGE M C SAUFLEY. hid her row of electric lights from our pitiful! pitiful!! pitiful 111 Auckland, New Zealand, Jl. P. KElVCOVlt, Pro', May 3d, 1880 CONTINUED NEXT IBSUE 1 Alt. Vernon, Ky. rather longing eyet; for I think we are all The above cut was prepared to head our VT THE Dear Intcrior: Before quitting tbe getting "jutt a thought" home tick of late report of tbe Lebanon convention, which Mr. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. beautiful "Marlnoat," now (pcetltnj; her Which my readtrs can perhaps understand 2 Woods Grove, we were confident would nominate Judge war acrow the ParlGc lo En FrancUco, I if they have b;en James Lucas, after a lond illness, died S.Lflr.y for Superior Judge, but Gen. Rod away from home long was held lait year. For Where It want lo lay a few wordt nboul tome of our I will deliver Ice to regular castomers In Stanford of consumption last week, Geo. G. Iogart man and the gang willed otherwise and we themselves. end Tlclnlty every morning at fellow puicncm, who were personaRet too A M8T OF PREUIUSIrj, AC, is now very low of the same disease Well, she baa been gone nearly- - a week have no other recourse than to present him rtromtnent and intereetlDif. In ono war or Mrs. T. II. Coleman, of Stamping as a private citizen, grander in defeat even One Ceul now, and three more mutt part before our Write for ctrculj.il. Ponnd. another to bj ignored In thin reracioui nar steamer goes, even if we go in the Mara Ground, and two daughter, are visiting than he wat when flushed with the prospect Accountsdueat the close of each month, or JT. V. EltBItV, President. our ratlve of people and thlnjrt we tutet in when rutomir(utts. roa, her successor. So let us get nthore numerous friends and relatives in this sec- of almost certain victory. His calm and B. WALKER, Becretarv. d 122-- tf rambllnge. It. E. B ARROW. tion. Robt. Coleman, for some lime pact positive acreptanco of the result stamps and address ourselves to New Zsaland for a One of thermal charming men I have tho affable clerk at T. C. Jasper's, will rehigh-tonewhile. him the and honorable demomet for a lone time n (Jen. Feemantle, Sale & Crop. Here am I, in the land of the turn soon to his home at Stamping Ground. crat and gentleman and the people will see ! via "the State." on bii way to London, now, Georgetown that he is rewarded for hit courte which he I will offer at public sale to tbe highest bidder Maoris (pronounced MowrIes) sitting in He contemplates attending He is one of the tateljr figure of "our ar1880, my Farm to announce to hit ovjlnimdau, JulvlSth, Danville pike, in The "Uocle JoeV "snuggery," a little room in College next session. of Acres, situated near the marks out thus: "I shall abide the result readerseditor It Nom D. I'lume, who wrote Dr. Lincoln county, 5 miles frojj Stanford and on the my .u Egypt," and a gallant gentletnin in A highly enjoyable entertainment, of the Lebanon convention as cffioially an- Bourne's that the turret of hit handsome villa, 3 miles Itinnj- advertisements, is dead. The county road leading trora the Danville lo the Lanevery wa;;not excludini that frank courte large monies cald for wiitlntr out of Auckland, where, far above the rack "The Drunkard's Warning," was given by nounced and eupport tne nominee." Judge brought on softeninghim the brain andthis column caster p.ke. Tho land Is In a good state of culot he died of tivation, !enclng excellent, spacious barn and a aoldler, even become 7 to all that io t of tho lively children, and tbe buttle of the McKinney Literary Society on last Satsneus. iljr house bauflay it comparatively a young man yet, too mucn smarmeia. recently but anDr. Bourne la determined, however, to 'give his other pattern Is onburned down ready I think I hvre at moro than a cirilian the ground building. urday night. While all did well, particuhousekeeping, he has his books and paper being less than 44, and cin atlorJ to wait customers the benefit of this large salary In prices. The outbuildings are good. The place for well wat Is timet observed the opposite in tome of the ered and there is a splendid orchard. Will alro and can secure an hour'n quiet when he lar mention is made of tho following as for the honors that are sure to come to him; Besides selling offer for tale all kinds military gentlemen I hare mtt, and I can having done very fine acting: R. A. Cole Hit defeat bindt him closer to his friendt iledieinti, Fancy Articles, Toilet Ooodi, Mw mschlnery, horses andof farming implements and want it. cattle, hogs, household and them how ill only with lint I could tho $ie MerthandUe, Sputadee, Instruments, kitchen furniture. Terms mado known on day l.emuera is the pretty Maoris name ol man at Edward Mordaunt; J. S.Ward, as than his succeea could have possibly done, (123-- lt J. T. MjAXV, Stanford. Jewelry, Dolls, Lnmps, Fithing ladled Ea- of'it fit! tbe royal eculet they are no proud to this beautiful euburb, and Koeellethat of Geo. Seymour; alto Miss Laura Oirens as and then is a future of honorable ueeful ton, Sponges, Kniies, Paper, Blank Boohs, wear. "Aoldler and a gentleman" ought "Uncle JooV villi. He hat almost a lit- Louisa Mordaunt, and Mist Lillle Orrens nees and distinction in store for him Stales, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Olass, nevt--r to be dissociated, at, alas, I have ed Faints, Brushes, Varnishes tle farm on this headland of Auckland bar as Emma Granville; Tom White and Ed By E aometimei aeen them. Well, our Gen. F. The outrages heaped upon the Saufley bor, when ono begins to lake in the orch- Tanner did the characters of Tipton nd Drug Store, all of Everything kept In a is bath, and it it a r ire pleuure to convene delegates were without precedent no doubt, wmcu is new, iresn ana superior, ce nu on ards and piddocks of greenest grars that Smasher eo naturally that there was a hand a doxen JJachclora, and will furnish with him Hi wt plet'cl with the girls' Kentucky's Route Enst aur good lookinc ladr who deals with him with surround the exquisitely. kept lawn, garden startling suspicion that there was more but we are very much disposed to ceneure preaching oa Sunday, and choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of tinging anl the oa them for bolting. There had really been and ornamental grounds of tbe mantlon, truth than poetry in their acting. names, or call at Washington, Philadelphia and wat kind enjuih lo tell ill to. I found Did you ever imagine, Mr. Elitor no fair test of the relative strength of the that sita picturesquely in the midst, over Now York. Bourne's New Drug and Book Store, that he had bein in America during our looking a landscape and water view of that in this unattumin community 6( MM candidates, Upon a vote between them Tho only line running civil war, ritlttai; both carupt In turn at Salem, we had genius of order? Saufley might have been successful. He -- A NEW- rare love!Ine. From the front window of TULLMAX JiEiY SLEEPING CARS spectator, at well at a soldier, tcirnlng hit the snuggery I look out upon a handsome And yet it it true. From early infancy certainly had too good a showing for his terrlb'e profe'tho miro accurately. He sheet of water -- a email bay that lies be Miss Florence Richards hat shown a re friends to surrender at the mere approach Buggy & Implement House. aw 0ttybur fought nnd ctme near being SOLID tween two prominent headland, jutting far markable aptitude for drawing. In her of the enemy, before a shot was fired. Their FROM hung at a py twice; once by the Cinfeder out into Auckland's beautiful harbor Up- early ecnool days she could be frequently action seemed more like that of an over I will in a few days open a Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. on alee at Jackton, Mta , and then by on a central protruding point of this feral observed deeply absorbed with slate and grown, sullen, badly spoiled ecbool-boto Washington Oity, the F.deral tide at he wat Full Lino of Agricultural Implo-mont- s, Connecting in tbe same depot with circular bar, stands Ratclle, with atpacious pencil. By looking over her shoulder the than that of wise, cool and pawln from Siuth to Kjtlh. Let wit hit Past Trains for Now York. lawn sloping almost to the water, when the teacher would fail to find the puxxlesome political leaders. They were simply outbeau ideal of a "gentleman and a soldier;" The Direct Route to A. Wood tide is in, but with a quarter of a mile of arithmetical problem worked out, but in generaled by the Barbour forces that's all. With the reliable Walter head. Also Harvesting Machines at the a and ez I'rtildent Jetlerton Divls he pro Lynchburg, Daarllle, Nor tol k and all Virginia its place tome caricature done up in comic Mr. Barbour's nomination means his elecmud and seaweed inttead, when it it ebb, and North Carolina Points. nounced tbe moil delightfully interetting style. This talent for picture making has tion. He is a good man and admirably Fall Lice ot Baggies and Wagoni For tickets and further Information, applr to Living thut upon tbe very margin of tnarj.eocially, whom he had ever met, with your nearest ncieiomce or auarets w. W. ilon- developed till she can now show specimens qualified for the honorable position. Tbe perhaps the exception of Sir George Gray, unlimited tail water, Uncle Jou'd stout that would compare favorably with matters democrats of the district ought to and will Always on band. In connection with my Im- roe, ueoerai Agent, L,ezington, &y. plement business, I will also carry a W. FULLER, W.C. WICKIIAJI, tbe gentleman who livet on Kaiwa Iiland, boys might be expected to be amphibious, in tbe art. On her late return from Bards-tow- n doubtless give him a routing vote. 2d Yico President, Oen'l Put's Ag't. Rich Klchmond. Virginia. Complete Stock of Lumber, at tbey are, and accordingly the eldest is leea than 20 mllet from where I am writing, College, the following were mond Herald. Female and ol whom I shall have occuion to make an expert in the management of a sail boat were shown me, which I think is difficult Eoth rough and dressed. Prices on everything as feland in handling an otr, while the little It it said that nearly $0,000 wat spent fo mention hereafter. to surpiss. "Raphael's Cherub," "The Of secure Low aa any one. Barbour's nomination, and that Of court I wai not inwotlble to this flat, lows spend tnost of tbelr spire time upon fering" and a ' "Scene in Hungary." Her XtjfyHIHp! sBaVtJtsiH'k. teriog notice of men for whom I had the the beach, engaged In various aquatic pur younger sister, Leonora, can also show more than half that sum was wasted on I solicit a share of your patronage, Besptctfully, Saufley. The worst feature of the charge 112-lX. 31. BRUCE. Mine admiration, and it wat not difficult to suits more or leu a mystery to landsmen. some fioe pencil sketches. is that in both cases the bulk of the expenwarm towardt one who spoke si kindly of Toe only daughter, too, a "bannie lassie" RfrTssP-flToe President's wife is at once beautiful, diture was furnished by two railroad cor our Southern heroes, though he wat not of 13, can row like Grace Dirllng, and LtJ ML&'4-4iIIaware which way our sympathies lay. For might tit for the portrait of that young graceful, aflable and accomplished; perfect porations, that have a way of placing their will do the moat good," I can not help the old feeling! having their damsel, with her boating costume on and in her ease in a position calling for the ex- money "where it way, even though 1 am no longer "a rebel," her flowing lockt of flax and spun gold tott- hibition of tho nicest social qualities and and are slow to make investments unless tKfisBAsi iisB Byiwr g'rf'v HHR OHIO & MISSISSIPPI II. W as I once wat, and am heartily glad "my ing wildly in the wind. The mother of this with a disposition matching physical charms they have some assurance of a satitfactory So far at MSP 'i:l laH people" failed in what they undertook. Bat flock of young athletes, growing up about of tbe fioest type, a revelatiou of youth, return. (Georgetown Timet. "blool it thicker than wtter" after all, and btr, it the good sister who entertains your beauty, grace and health. Her physique, any railroad taking a hand for Judge Sauf- The direct through line and old established routt irom I do like to hear people speak kind and "Brother Birnes" and wife and bat the as revealed by the modified bridal go wo, ley, we can state on positive information Louisville & Cincinnati to 8t. Lonii loving wordt of those I can never cease to girlt and two Willi out frequently from the was statuesque rather than plump and that it is not true. and all points in the West. admire vanquished though they be and city, and raikes all comfortable and happy round, as it has been Incorrectly described. Judge Joseph Barbour it the democratic Two (2) Dally Trains from Lautsville to 8t. Louis. when the gallant soldier said, "I am glad in her inimitable way of loving hospitality; It was a surprise to everybody that she met nominee for Judge of the Superior Court. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St. Louis. your nation it not broken in two, but I tell and in short, is quite worthy to be the mis eyery one with an extended hand aa well as Though there were some practices in the h Only lOlioxtm from Louisville and Cincinnati you frankly I ciuld have wept when your tress of this most lovely home, and tbe wife an easy courtesy, and il is a good test of nominating convention which should be BgHBPVail rMsJtTiTTLuMssssssss tofct, Louis. her endurance that afte shaking hands eliminatel from our politics, yet these did Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan South wit beaten in the conletl; tbey f TTnnu T got a Through Blooping Car ZrsBHIIalif&tisB Who on earth it "Uncle Jet?" I will with tome 2,000 persons she came out of not affect the result, which was according i fought to well and agalntt mob oddt,' feel-intell you. You know I told you in my last tbe first ordeal as fresh and free from fa to the very right of the case and faithfully to St. Louis. From Clnclnatl Wei), it sj extctlv expressed my own that my eyet began to fill at be spoke we were among "Cousin Judie't" kin f)lk. tigue as the veteran of a hundred receptions. ntlected the will of the democracy of tbe T1S" RrTUV Is the only line running those expressions oi admiration the district. All democrats may tuppoit X UO O Qit IYX. through from Louisville the generous wordt, I hope if my readers We ntver saw them till we landed, but we and Cincinnati to St. Louis, aU other routes being ever come acrot4 Gen. Freemantle they feol alroady at if they were our kin folks, have been outdone by thousands, who are Mr Barbour with conscience void of of. made up of a combination of small roads. will take a second look at him, tor they do too. She has a sister here and a brother in sounding the praises of Mrs. Cleveland in a fente, and should do so with alacrity. The Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Sleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant ParWellington, at the southern extremity of way that ought to make her ears tingle, Lebanon Standard. not teo such men every day, lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day CoachtCSIjE2vi-i5p(KtStjt- l es on ali trains. Sir Anthony Mutgrave, hit lady and 4 this North Island. Uncle Joe's only broth- and that does make the President feel tbe A FW more convention proceedings Direct and close connections are made In UNION boys were alto on the Maripota, going er It the hutband of Cousin JudU's sinter. happiest husband in tho United States. fiae DEPOTS with diverging line by tbeO. A M. like that which claims to have put BarRailway, thus avoiding troblesome transto England. He it governor of the Qaeens Tnat brlngt him iuto the family connexion, N. Y. Times. fers by other routes. bour in nomination for Judge of the Supeland colony, the fifth and youngett of the but there it really no kinthip to correspond tolerate a slow milker, and if a Never Tbe Ohio 4 Mississippi Railway Is the only tins The' Bucket Pumb & Water so familiar with us all. How cow holds up so that she can not be milked rior Court, will put an end to demo bctwoon Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts Australian State;, and ho alto it a ruott with the title Purifier under one management, running all its Again, the tioging ho got it I do not khow. There it nothing rapidly turn her of! to the butcher. If the cratic domination in State affairs. The vi courteoutgcntloman. Is an lmprorement on any Cimpor hlerator yet trains through solid and In consequence First-ClaInvented. Tho cups defending lull of air and asbeolence and passion developed by the priis recognized Route ciptured him. at it had btfore secured the ancient or venerable in hit appearance. On milk flows freely, a good milker should be cending full of water, circulates tbn air Irom bottween those Cities, top interttt of Sir William Gregory, on the the contrary, he is tbe younger of the two able to strip a cow in between 4 and 5 min- mary steps and In the proceedings of this Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for tom to bugs, of cistern or well, reuniting wiggles, and renJorlDg thf vi o' uu', removparticulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars water convention are surprising and shocking, full Rohilla on the way to Columbo, as detail brothers Wilton; in the prime of life; Thl, Pump has ing all color, bad taste or smell or any desired Information, or write to utes. Tue quantity given has not much to do an Improved chain; nolluksto get twiitt-J- ; each Louisville Democrat. ROBT. H. FORMAN, of the onlv dally morning paper in ed in a former letter Lidy Mutgrave paid with toe time required, at cowt which are rioanently, aud lus ota link, cup lssoldere Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. R'y, Somerset. Ky. anatplece ot gaiYaulz-- il troa U led Do not W. M. PEABODY. W.B.8UATTUC. the kindest attention to the girls while we Auckland the New Ziatand Herald, a copy nearly dry, or give only a small quantity, A Louisville lady says that milliners are purchase a pump until ..ii tee this Oen. Pass. Ag't, Pres. and Oen'l Msn'gr, were on board, which ol courto wat very of which I tend by this mall; a prosperous need a good deal ol stripping. Vry rupfrnu'ly, tbe sharpest dealert on earth, and suit their Cincinnati, 0. II UHiUINH. to us all. For again, altnough business man, and better than all, a devoted flattering prlcet to their customers' pocketbooks It is rather interesting to learn that be- She knows, for, after trying vainly to buy have all the republican theory that chiittian gentleman, who does good to all( I "one man it at good at another, if not a as he has opportunity; and when othere fore tbe young King ol Spain had weather a bonuot for lest than the $25 ssked, she turned the cold shoulder on the "Troupe ed hit first attack of tho colic he had be- went home and described the bonnet little better," I find that in practice I reverence to "my bettors" which Evangellque," kindly took ut under hit come Grand Master of four gnat military to her servant, who went to the shop and I am not torry to think it part of my old wing; opened the doors of his chapel as orders and Colonel of eeven European regi bought it for $12 Louisville & Nashville K. R. Itraelitleh make up, that datet back to the well as his house, and determined that we meats. This holds out the encouragement Prof. Willie, the physiognomist, says; -- TUB OBEAT- constitution of tbe Camp, when the pjop'e ehoul J have a fair hearing at leant. For to him to hope that if he gets through be a General 'Beware ot tbe girl that has bleck eyes, were dittinctly set apirt from the "princes he hat a pretty chapel built on his own weaning successfully he may shun the girl with blue and run from tbe THROUGH TRUNK LINJb of tbe people " I believe the same arrange premise, where every Sunday morning (he and a Field Marshal. girl with gray eyes." This practically re10 TH ment obtalua etlll and will follow us into Church of Eigland prayers are read by a Anlrishmin, owing to a dreadful stricts the choice of the foolish young man m far from all being on a regular clergyman, followed by a gospel heaven, where, resolved to commit eulcido. At he to il e Circassian girl with pink eyes, who dead, democratic level, "at one star differ eermon by one who knows it. At night the did uo. wian il to be known, lett it should in nut warranted genuine outside of the WITH from another star in glory," will bo the Wesleyant furnish a preacher for an evan leave main on his frmily, he left a note on dime museum orders of tbe cehstial gelistio service. I suppoee Uncle Joe fools Palace Sleepers, Pullman differing ranks and the following effee : "I hope you will not A small Louisville boy, after being government. To all of which, aa I shall the bills and makes no fust about it. But think that I committed suicide. My naughty and suffering justly at the mater- Louisville not object to It there, I will not grumble at it mutt be an unspeakable boon to the death la the result of an accident; tbe pis to NiiHlivlUe, tered inhabitants of thlt out of the way nal hand, or'rather slipper, stopped sobit here. cleaning it." Memphis, tol wentofl as I wat bing long enough to look earnestly at his Atlanta, fortunate as to see three out suburb, thus to have the pure gospel regu We were eo &" ar .. Sunday v l ast - (armer writet that last mother and say, with emphati: "Mimmt, and a first-ratAn Arkansas llJaUJtlfcUjUADK J a of the five governors of the Australian larly preached, school for their children brought within year, when coons made havoc in his corn I'm sorry you ever married my papa." Little Rock, States as wepaittd. to buy Mobile KUtl New Orleans. Lady Mutgrave it tbe daughter, or nalce, easy retch. In this commodious chapel field, he went lo the drug elore INT. TUE REV. (E0. II. TIIATEIt, of Bourbon which to kill them. By -are now holding nightly services, and if ' I.'' (litI1 .1 aniU itfMta, la l& fl.?t&,ra 8uu& mm.tr..rtbt ,,a,ttac I forget which, of Mr. Cyrut Field, of our we may be encouraged by the full house strychnine with Ind.,iayt; ''Doth myself and wife owe our lives . .iu l?, Only one change to points In we ,, i It, iUIIm i(wtort.at prlailpU tfa.l Ioomd. mistake tbe drugglet gave him morphine, toSUILOH'd CONSUMPTION CURE. For sale U. 8., which was an additional tie, of course. itlatt th, rlf t s. we had laat night, we shall certainly have a aud the uexl morning he found the field at M. L. Bourne's. ( b.iili'3M J t"i tt w oil 5. ft) mmbrii. UwvupMt, shall long remember tbe marked courWe lta tt, .' i m Bur blotted meeting. Distil Mitt,, full of sleeping cjons. He advises the use ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion til I MVllll tesy of thlt aristocratic pair. i.,- - fta.Ki Mill, of Swiit Qrm tn, ot Appetite, Yellow Satan had outstripped the of morphine instead of ttrychnine. toe Constipation, Dizziness, Loss I found that '" i '! -i ' v". uil tol hC",n. Cretp. 7.1 i The Hon. Jamet Service Premier of the I" Knn rLUtl. SklnT ShlloVa Vltallur Is a positive cure. For before the SutUj, and the u- ! 4rmUifcrlurrit .h.i Hil! government wat another dlitin Mariposa, as somnambulittic sale at M. L. Bourne's. Victorian A Bay City lady in a Seeking homes on the line of this road will reCelvt ttttl. jrAVt3'AYTAYI0R. Atlanta, Ca. ground was fully occupied by prejudice special rates. I'u DTI klilN'rlt'jHSnat.tBrRKV CORDIAL a guished pattenger on the Mariposa, but I ttate tbe other night took a walk attired CblUrta T.Jut. Voiul.b$y Klutit.. Dihiu-.'u- I WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and LifVSee Agents of this Company lor rates, routes particularly, as he it and false report. No one would "touch ut "'ei.tji.u. need notj'peak of him nothing but a hat and a pair of stockis guaranteed to dc, or write er Complalntr Saitoh's Vttallrer with a ten foot pole." Happily we had an in fi oth-e- r Both for tale by Dr. M.L. BOUBNE, SU enro you. For sale by M, L. Bourne. not specially linked to America, at the Loultvillt, Ky, "Undo Joe" here, which we did not in ings. Ir 154-ly- r.J ft. IS. HARRIS. Ag't IIEIlDOX, GEO. 0. BARNES. Kirksville Fair -- "BTEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL gil 33d anil 2Uh of July, Burnam 83-6- ICE! ICE ICE! Per 127-t- d far-of- T BOURNJS heart-broken - ofLand,Stock J. first-cla- ss first-clas- s A TRAIN "buth-wbtckers"- clear-heade- d a. H O. &M. H J1 BKf4i 19 mi UhH RSMPItBfflHES "IfaCadgiiwilM-K- gt, To-da- J. ss pro-pile- tor it. L.&N. mti-fortu- ne, SOUTH & WEST e : WP$A &ET C "O Xj Xji E3 1 -rA.rQlQC-.isV ! n-m 1 Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ;, " two. J Sjini-Sotttli- ii $nlMoronrraI I kilted the policeman who came to arrest Dunn, of Henderson, Is visiting her daughhim, and then blew out his own worthless ter, Mrs. W. B. Mason. Mies Carrio Woods Jane Stanford, y Dr. J. brains. In Boston, Mass , on the same day, is visiting relatives at Paint Lick. Lorenzo Lopez fatally stabbed Catherine M. Frazte, of Mayavllle, was the guest of Alvarez. the wife of his stepson, at the relatives here this week. Mrs. B, M. Bur-de- tt w. P. WALTON. leave thli morning to visit her parents breakfast table, an 1 walking into the next MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. at Germantowo, Kyi Richard Newman room, cut h(s own throat and died. The dccidon cf Judge Jackson In the U If Rev. Green Clay Smith runs against and family.'of Birdsrbwn, have been visit Swift & Co , sugar importers of New S. Court at Cincinnati ia the colebra'-- i Gov. McCreary for Congress, we will wit- ing Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Farris. York, have failed for a million of dollars. will ce, shows that parsons who chiefThe Odd Fellows of Winchester are ness a political contest characterized MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. purchase land cn not be too particular ly by the polltcnen of the partlciptnts. going to give a grand picnic next WednesJames Coffee, a prominent citizen cf about the title. Gjneral Duncan McAr Trimmed and Heady for Ujm, at There will bs the higheit regard for the day. thdr left br will a 'large amount of land for proprieties alljrtlong the line. As McCcoary this county, died last Siturday night, the At Denton, Texas, Mrs. Leona Lyles partition among his grandchildren when about 19th of June. shot and killed W. B. Roberts, for slander- is ai much of a temperance man and Hamp Brinkley, of Somerset, and Ad the youngest should become of age. The Smitb, It is not diffas good a christian ing her. children caused the will to be set aside, icult to plump the winner. fiu'sville Catron, of this county, were here buying Another bond call to mature August 1 cattle during the week. and much of tho land ws Bold to third for $4,000,000 haa been iuusd by the U. S, Times. grandcb'l-dre- n Rev. Johns closeJ a meeting at Wll-mot- 's parties. 8ix of the twenty-fou- r Governor Knott has returned from a Treasury. Chapel last 8iturday night with joined in the proc -- dings. The elgh-tte- n Inspact the new penivisit to Eldyville to In a quarrel over a watch L:e Gr'ffin other grandchildren subsequently emd tentiary. He reports the work going on twelve additions to the church, Mrs. C. S. NIeld will teach the public for their iohcritanci under the will, and it killed his older brother, Virgil, with an satisfactorily and that the building will bo Is in their favor that the c i h now de- axe, near Henderson. to school at this place. The trustee were He proposes finished by Christmas, A thousand photographers are holding cided, The properly involyed amounts to have about 400 of the younger and less very fortunate to get such an efficient teachbetween fif:en and aeren'cen thousand a convention at St Liu's. The display of hardened criminals transferred to the now er as Mrs. NIeld. VrWT Consrmman Bn Ljfevre announces acre, lying principally in Rosa and Picka- views and contrivances is a fine one. branch prison at the time menttoneJ. The Five acres of houses in Boston burned way counties and also in the countlts of contractors are doing that he intends to retire from Congress beGovernor saya the Monday night, causing a loss of a half mil cause "no Congressman can live on his UnloD, Logan, Hardin, Champaign, Brown, good work. Madison and Scioto. The dec'ulon falls lion dollars and the deaths of over a dozsn George O. Daniels, 80 years of age, salary and pay bis exp nsee and be hos-ee- t." hard on farmers who purchaicJ of the person. died at Clinton, this State, and was placed President Cleveland writes that he will Thomas Bradbnrg, a farm children of General McArthur, and hare in a coffin. At midnight the watchers were long occupied and improved them and probablv be present at the opsning of the frightened by a series of groans from tho er of Fort Wayne, Ind., was convicted of at- daugh in peaceful posse .ion for more thai tes Cincinnati Exposition, or some time during apposed corpse and all of them ran away, temped rape on his Its continuance. -years. who opened the coffin, when ter, and was sentenced to eleven years In except one, The Kentucky and Indiana Bridge at Daniels Bat up, gasped and spoke. He Is the penltentlaiy, For the benefit of our republican brethNineteen teachers applied for certifiren who are talking of running a candidate Louisville has been completed and will be lilt living and says that he was conscious cates at the examination. There was a Superior Judge against Hon. Joe Bar opened for traffic next Monday. for of everything that was transpiring about Hon. Charles D. Jacob, mlnlstsr to the htm while he wti supposed to be dead, great deal of complaint among the teachbour, the following figures are furnished: There are 37 counties In the district, and United States of Columbia, has returned to Herman Rsedle was digging a well at ers about the examination being rigid. Ononly 12 of them gave Blaine a majority in Louisville and will run for mayor or for McAllster, I. T. He arranged a charge for ly three failed to gtt certificate. Married, a few days ago, Jonea Fish to 1684. The total vote, not counting the Congress, blasting, lighted the fuss and was hoist. 1 Mike 8inflsy should have been tucked toward the surface 40 feet above. When Miss Ella Maret, daughter ofAlMarst. scattering prohibition ballots, cast In that y bur- half way up the ropo broke and he fell to You will know Jonea Ia n business young election was 83,032, divided as follows; away softly instead of Birbour-ouslied as he was at the Lsbanon convention. 47,96-1- ; republican, 40118 Democratic, tho bottom. He tried to grnp and extin- man when I tell you that the third time he showing a democratic majority of 7,846. If Winchester Sun. guish the face, but was too late. The went to see Mis Ella he took the preacher Wo. J. Sanderson, a Cincinnati justice charge exploded. Herman was blown al- along to tie the knot. our friends feel like tickling that majority of the peace, has bsen sentenced to the J. W. Alcorn and T. Z. Morrow, canlet tbem sail in. Xouisville Times. most to the top of the well and fell back work-houfor two months and to pay a dead, with every bone In his body broken. didates for circuit judge and R, C. Warren If the Lsg'elature had abolished the Su- fine of $100 for as:aultlng a woman. and Captain Wm. Herndon, candidates perior Court, as we asked it, it would have Fifteen counties of Virginia have vot for Commonwealth' attorney, will ad DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. saved us the dlgrace of the Lebanon Con ed on tha license queUlon. Twelve of them dress the citizens of this county at th vention and a world of bitter feelings and voted against granting the license. The reHolbrook & Co., a Michigan firm, have court-house- , Monday, June 23, at 2 o'clock bought the planing mill at Junction City. bad blood. It looks like it could have maining counties will vote in the fall. T.U. been abolished too, when we consider that 'Terra Cotta," Col, J. W. Gnest'a Mr. II. W. Fuller, the popular and Prof. 8. F. Stories, formerly of tbla by Harry O'Fallon, has gone from it hai just adjourned till September. The capable general passenger agent of the C. & county, but now a r oldent of Madison object of it3 establishment was to help the O. R. R, will shortly remove his office from St. Liais to Chicago, where she will run county, and one of the oldyt school teach-e- : about July 20th. Court of Appsals to catch up with its c:es, Richmond to Louisville. J on record, having been In the service G. W. Welsh, Jr's , mare, Er e S:e, by but it looks like the judges are of the opinMahone has issued an order for the for over 50 years, spent Monday night with Nutwood, Jdam Noonday, by St Elmo, ion that it was to help that court enjoy it- chiefs of all his clans to meet him at Pets. us. Am yttj sorry hi eyesight is fast grand-daMidnight, dam of Jay Ere See, self at the public expense, it having also Va., to reorganizs the demoralized failing him. adjourned till next fall. dropped a colt by Happy Medium Int cohorts Of republicanism in that State. Tom nays was tried l.fore Judg Congressman Stone has had a pojtoffice night. Hon. James B. McCreaby is formally Lur Tuesday oJa writ aworn out by Joe Carpenter, the auctioneer who en at d announced in this issue for re election to in Crittenden county named Frances, in Ramrey, wife and son, charging him with honor of the President's wife. He had one such excitement here a few months ago, is Congress. The district has never been He was held over to circuit again in town, and ai a consequence the court in a bond of $300. He gave the bond more ably reprinted than by him and the named Cleveland in Callaway county some dry goods meichanta are offering to tell as and was released. Three others, Jeff and fact that he gives en'! o cattafactioa is con tirre since. Bowling, of Rowan county, Ky., cheap as he dares to. Jeff ceded on every hrod. Ambltlocs, pains-- Mesirs. W.J. Bohon, F. W. Hand-ma- George Huff and W. II. Albright, wero taking and ever ready to help his constitu- notoriety, was to hive been hung at Columbrought here on a writ for the romeoflense, Ollie Thurman, Jsmn McCarty and ents, he is a model Congressman, as he was bus, 0., to Jay for the murder of his father- but by another party, CHfl and wife. Their T. L. SMprnan raturac I WtJneiday evenbut has baen respited by tha gova model Governor. He will have no oppotrials are eet for today. Will give the re- ing from a fishing excursion on Groin rivsition in bis own party and little if any ernor for 60 days . salt of the trials In next letter. Register Rosecrans saya the war of the er near Dannville, Casey county. from the republicans, who, should they put Mrs. W. T. Brooke and Miss Carrie The Ladies Mieiionary A..c:latlon up a candidate at all, will do so simply for revolution cost this country $6,030,000; the Blvens, of Paris, are visiting at J. L. Jop-lln'war of 1812, $115,000,000; the Mexican met at the Walnut street Methcdist church the nime of the thing. Mlsn E. Brooks and Mies Georgia Jings were opinwar, $135,000,000, and the lata unpleasant- this morning. The pre Brown have returned from a fix We are glad to observe that the bitter- ness $6,189,920,905. ed by prayer by a lady delegate. A num. visit to friends and rrlativej in Richmond, ness engendered by prrtlclpatlon in the The Blair pensions bill, as pined in b:r of ladies fum other place are here. Paris and Lexington. That widower is all Lebanon convention ia gradually wearing theSenato, provide! for ponslons for all Mr. and Mm. Rb:rtHann celebrated marriage Wed- smiles now. Mrs. 8. W. Parris Is visiting foloff, and that the filing is growing to Federal soldiers who were honorably dis- the Mb. anniversary of their her father, mother and other relatives at low the lead cf Judge Baufler, who stated charged, after thrco months or more of ser- nesday night. A large number of their Mi Ida Adams is visiting at the outset, like the true democrat that vice, at a rate of from$l to $21 par month. friends were present, each one bringing a Kirksville. friends in Louisville. Myers, of East ofhe is, that he would abide the uiult A sensational ator comu from Rich- pre'ent of something construe'ed of wocd Job F. Watkrs. Birnstadt, was In town this week. eTERifS CASHTO Thomas V. IUxkt. ficially announc l and support the nomi- mond, Va., to the effect that parties liting as the celebration we i also kiown as a Did they try to commit suicide? C. nee. Taking everything int 3 consideration in Virginia and South Carolina have insti- "wooden wedd'ng." W. Adams while esting a piece of spring we think this couue is the only tenable one tuted legal procsedings by which they hope Mr. F. W. Samuel, of this place, 5s one chicken, (I suppose thefiret qf tho season) of for sensible democrat! to puuue. to recover the proprty on which Frank- of the graduates of the Eentucky School accidently swallowed a bone, which lodged Medicine at Louisville this week. Kjv. E. fort Is built. Col. S. I, M. Major, late public printer in bis throat and it was thought for a A mob of saloon-kcp-.- j attacked the M.Green, of the 1st Presbyterian church, while he would have to "pass In his and for many years editor of the Frankfort and family have gone on a visit of recreYeoman, died in that city Monday, aged jail at Clinton, la., inbnding to lynch two checks," but Dr. Daniels toon relelved him ation to New York, Boston, Washington by prohibitionists, under arrest for participa56. Broken down in fortune, his health getting it out. Mr. A., I would ndvhe City and Baltimore. also Buccumbjd and almost in the prime of ting in a riot. Four men in the mob wore you to get a wife to pick the bones out for Invoicing began at H. W. Evans' a vigorous manhood, he is called from the wounded by the jtll officers. The crowd you. 8. W. Parris, afew nights ego, not feelw drug store this morning. Menu. Eastland ran when the firing began. ing well, aroso up in tho dark and got what ecsnci of life. A geatlemin of culture and O Gen. Schofield has notified the Park & Gentry, who have bought the stock of he thought was his bottle of of the strictest honor and withal a genial medicine, but goods and furnitures, will take possesion w and comptnionable man, be made lasting cmmis3ioners that the United States what proved to be a bottle of polishtne, us- eoon aj the invoice has boon completed. CO friends of his large circle of acquaintances troopi guarding the tomb of Gen. Grant at ai ed for cleaning gold and silver ware. Mr. Mr. Evans expects to go Into the wholeRiverside Park will be removed June and his death will bs the subject of general r. uranic nis uiuai uoee ana went back to regret. guard has been on ever since the re- sale drug business in Kansrs City. bed, but be soon bjgan to feel dizzy and The marriage of Mlai Fannie Hicks, queer, but a thought struck blm he had ta& Tub Louisville Commercial thinks that mains were placed there. The record of the railroad construction daughter of Mr. Wm. Hicki, to Mr. Carlken the wrong medicine; he arose and lightas Palaski and Garrard, the only two counton C, Oldham, took place at tbo residence ed the lamp and found his mistake. He ties that have formally endorsed Judge as kept of the OastUe shows that 1,203 of the bride's parents Wednesday evening, Darham for governor, give republican ma- mil ss have been built in this country durran to the Dr. and told him what he had Rev. E. H. Pierce, of the Methodist church, jorities In the elections, the Durham boom ing the year, which is double the number done. After getting very sick and suffer- Staple and Fancy was the officiating minister. The marriage Qroeerlcf, ProylHloiiH, Queeinuare. Ola cin not bi said to be very much strength- of miles constructed during the whole of of Miss Amanda nicks, daughter of Mr. O. ing a great deal, Dr. Lovcll gave him some wurc, Etc., lite. last year and 200 miles more than the year ened by their endorsement. Don't ba, unP. Hicks, to Mr. Daniel Warren, is an thing which soon relieved him. Mr. P, We guarantee entire Fatlsfnction in before. every reject, rrlll not bo undersold, and easy, honey. The thing Is just commencsays he thought very oeriously about "passThe President sent a batch of 15 veto nounced for this evening. deliver all goods promptly anyrrljcro lit or within a fevy miles of ing in his checks" too. Polishioe has a ing and if you lietan you are gwlne to hear Frank Van Winkle, son of Hon. J. 8. messages to Congress, Tuesday, 13 of which Stanford or How land. Come to sco ns. something drap, and heavily at that different effect on braes to what it has on Van Winkle, ill for several weeks with tycontained his reasons for withholding his Will McD. Wators, Balesman. gold and silver. & Tub Morrison tariff bill is snowed un- signature from private pension bills, and phoid fever, was thought Tuesday and a RlcnaiOND. Col. John A. Duncsn, der eo far as this session of Congre'i is con- the other two eet forth his objections to greater part of Wednesday to be in a very cerned, the rnore'd tho pity for the demo public buildings at Zanearille, O , and Sioux dangerous condition. A gentleman who sat whose serious illness has heretofore been up with him last night informs your cor noted, died at his residence in this county crats and the country. Mr. Morrison was City, la. Isst Friday mornicg, in the 74th year of to haye called the bill up again Tuesday, At Georgetown Ratclifle & McMeek-in'- s respondent this morning that he is probaMERCHANT TAILOR. er in bly a little better. John, the second son, his age. He was tho largest not do eo from the fact that he had bat did entire stable and contonts, consisting of no assurance that the result of hit week buggies, phectons, carriages, hacks and 22 down with the same disease, is progressing the county and leaves an estate valued at from $200,000 to $300,000, which will be would be changeJ. I hT recelTt-- anl still receiving fine horses, were consumed by fire, besides favorably. distributed among hie near relatives. He the three hours public reception several dwellings and shops in the imme Ddriko OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. leaves two sisters Mrs. Gregory, of this given by the President and Mrs, Cleveland, niato vicinity. The loss is $15,000; insurcounty, and Mrs. Hart, of Fayette. The Lancaster. the latter shook hands with 4 503 persons. ance $10,000. ComprUtDg tbt belt In the market, which will t Prof. J. M. Harbison will have charge former will get the farm where she now Judge Sauflsy is a good democrat. Her first hour's record was 1,800 shakes, lives and Mrs. Hart the home place Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None in City or Country. about the best time ever made. But the Though outrageously treated in his race of the Lancaster Male Seminary for the Senator John D. Harris, Judge next term, while Mr. G. D. Marra has been next day her arm was Bwollen twice its us- against Barbour for Superior Court Judge, Give Mo a Trial. John D. Goodloe, Mrs. R. J. White and ual sizi and Grover had to keep it bound and though strongly urged by the bsst men elected to take charge of tho public school, The colored people have been holding children, and other nephews and nieces in the district to bolt and make lh? race as up in brown paper and vinegar. Bunday3chool convention in town this come in for large shares. He leaves SI,-00- 0 a an independent, he persistently refuses. to Madison Female Institute. W. G. Some cheerful idiot writes to a republiweek, which hes been largely attended by Lexington Press, can paper at Cincinnati that his party will Hume, of Atchison, Kanses, and Mrs. Six of the Caicaeo anarchists have the brethren from a distance. A meatlog carry five districts for Congress in this State Hume, of Irvine, were married at the Gar-ne- tt been placed oa trial at Chicago, a motion to of the colored Btptlst Asioclation hes been this fall; the 3J,Stb, Otb, lOih and lltb, all House last week. This was the secsession also. . quash the Indictment having been over- in on account of the Lebanon convention. The extensive preparations being made ond marriage of this couple, the first ocruled, It is to be hoped that the law will This Is making a mountain out of a mole curring some eight years ago, and, proving deal with them swiftly, sharply, justly. To for a bop at Odd Fellows Hall this (Thurshill with a vengeance. will be a well at not altogether a happy union, they soon send them to the gollows for murder would day J'evenlng indicate it Gem. Rodman ought to enter the race be a lesson that would save hundreds o tended and enjoyable affair. An Italian separated, the groom going Weat and the for Attorney General just to se how high- lives. orchestra from Louisville will furnish mu- bride returning home to her father. A divorce was obtained by the young wife in partisan chairman anily bis efforts as a The House Committeo on Pemlone sic for the occasion. mated by the motto that to the victors is quite ill. Miss about a year, but It seems that neither forMiss Kate Maion will report a bill providing for a graded inspalls, are appreciate J by the f:o-pl- e come tax for the payment of pensions. The Lizzie and Jennie Swieney are visiting rel- got the other, as the sequel of last Wednesat large; measure puts the tax on incomes from $3,-00- 0 atives in 8omerset. Miss Kate Brown, of day shows. The brido wns formerly MUs to $10,000 at 2 per cent., $10,000 to London, is visiting Miss Mattie Brown. Lou Lilly. A carp weighing 11 J pounds three day' effort but three jurors A - $20,000 5 per cent. The bill puts $12 for Sergeant Buckner Allen, of Lexington, is was caught out of Mr, T. 8, Bronston'a have been obtained for the trials of the anfew evenings ago. Herald. ooldlora totally incapacitated and without in the city, Surveyor J. T. Gatbright and pond a ironists at Chicigo. This would indicate a3 July wheat is quoted at 73J in Cblca- nearly every bsdy there is of the opin- means cf support in amendment to the 24th lady, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. James that A Andersou. Mr. W. II. Ilurris, of thie (jo and August at 76J. section of the Senato bill, ion that the scoundrels should bo hung. rnnEK candidates are already announced to succeed Judge Pryor oa the appelate bach; the gentleman himself, Judge M. EL Owsley aad 0. A. Hardin, and it is more 25, 1116 than two years before the election These gentlemen evidently believe in taking time by the forelock: wife, turned AtAvnca, la, Win. Farrel beat his city, his secured a position as telegrsfh her nut ot doors, ehot and operator at Huntington, W. V. Mrs. Mag I WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER ! WALL fc Me-Arth- PAPER! n M ROBERTS STAGGr'S. I have a small lot of w&mm T. well-know- n Which I will sell at Cost. Hit J eleven-year-ol- d R WALTON. A Splendid Variety of se iMisin SEED HI In Bulk and in Papers can be found at m T. R. WALTON'S. Of best kinds, at n, GAhllVEDGODDS&OTHErl GROCERIES in-la- w, s. wk' T. R WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. n 0a WATERS & RANE Y GROCERS, Main Jtveet., fc5tiXllfoicl. o e o V WATERS RANEY H. C. RUFI.EY, -- tax-pay- New Goods for Spring and Summer, Dun-canno- Wall Paper, Furniture, fTR2r74228i. Cases, CasketSjRobes. S. WE2im3E:EJ", iter Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low the lowest. B. Stanford. iTHDbmwwmrmm WWBtjrW I lilWMI Seuu-SStcklnlcnoouKt- In the Presby.ery o( Austin, Texas, during the past year two churches have been organised, three pastorates establishBio loof extras for the Walter A. Wood ed, four ministers received and obs dis Juae 25, 1886 harvesting machines od band. I. M. misted; three churches report revivals and Stanford, Ky " Brace. have about two hundred and sixty-firBuatnoss Maaagor. E. O. WALTON. Oils for Mowers, "Reapers and other been received into the churches one huu harvesting mscblncry nt McKoberts & dred and fifty of them oa examination. LOCAL TIME CARD Btsgn's. t.AN. Six bnlldtes Iota for sale be'.fcen Stan ford and KowJapd. II. J. Dant. -- e i divine and the hab t o' The uumn smoking come in together. A man worVs bard i r two or tt tee years to w quire them snd then spends trm reat of hiijlfe wishing Bordette that he could get rH of them. in Brooklyn Eel 3 SAFEI ffl sin AnvKBTisnannTu. j2P-rw- 9 'BnBrciwM afsSTflillf MONITOR OIL STOVE GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY Ksptesstraln" Mall train going North. Houth. Houth.. 1 SS it worh.., Ths jOT U cadoulsUd on standard time, no U about 30 minutes Uiter, LOCAL NOTICES. .12 IS , 1 28 Aim. 2 18 A.M. r. m. r, x. Tiik sensational elopements reported the Est End turn out to he a a very till one at that. LAND. STOCK AHO CROP In JANES D. McCREAltY , to Ii a CsthUdste for tothe action of the Damocritlo party. Cocg-reu- cnard, and BOUT The Leo Hayden farm of 310 acres two miles from town sold at auction yesterday to Col. W. G. Welch at $42. Lam.iRKXIi'h canlen seed In bulk and It Is rumored that Mr. J. F. EJmlston package at Penny & McAllster's. and Jewelry repaired on s hor is seriously contemplating running as an WATCiira notice land warranted by Penny A McAHs independent candidate for slier. or. The Picnic tendered to Its employes by Boy the Haas floe Remedy, the orlgl aal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - the L. A N will be held at Paroquet Spring, nearSbeppardsville,on the 23th. a'complctis stock of Jewelry, latest rtyle. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen. An elegant assortment Freuch Organdie ny A McAlMer. Lawns, beautiful patterns just opened, at 12 cents per yard, worth 35s, at 8. L Pow PERSONAL era A Co's. Great Bargain Btore. Ml !!! la Mr. and Miw. H. J. McKodkiits are Remember the Klrksville Fair dates, visiting friends in Lancaster. Mils. Tvree and Mies Alpha are Yell- July 23 and 24. The premiums will be more liberal than those last year and nothing ing Mrs. John Fennel), at Klrksfille. Mrb. BnAoo, of Missouri, la tIsHidb will be left uudone to make it one of the biat fairs in Kentucky. her cousin, Mr. John M. McKoberts, Sr. of Carlisle, baa Mr. J. D. Swank, The weather Is much more like April engaged as salesman for 8. L. Powers A than Jane. Rain and sunshine alternate, Co. but let us pray that the latter will more Miss Dollik Williams, of Huston-vlllthan offset the former so that the wheat can is flailing herauuM, the Mlanci Pey bs harvested without loss. ton. and wife, of A Zulu savage entertained a mongrel Cait. W. II. BcottavIIle, are spending a few days in crowd here Wednesday by going through sundry evolution and eating raw beef, town. Rev. and Mas, J. M. Bruce left Tues- with the blood still upon It. He was imday for the Stale Baptist Association at ported br a circus company, but is now making a t)ur on bis own hook. Bowling Green. John A Mc'Roberts has accepted the Prop. H. K. Taylor, candidate for Suposition of purcha-e- r of supplies for Crab perintendent of Pabllc Instruction, will adOrchard 8prings. dress the people at Liberty, June 28:b; at Mr andMiw. Smith Irwin have Danville 30; Stanford July 1; Lancaster 2; from a delightful vlait to St. Paul Harrodsburg 3rd and Nlcholaiville 6th. and Minneapolis. who hn been 8peaktng each day at 1 o'r'osk. L. -e, Ten yearling heifer and a lot of ehoats forealo. H J, Dirst, Stanford. Two brood mares and a saddle horse for sale. H. J. Darat, Stanford. W. H. Bartleson sold to Gentry Bros., Lexington, a fine mule for $160. W. P. Tate sold to A. T. Nunntlley a yoke of oxen 2,G8b lbs., at 4 cents. Unprecedented wheat and fruit crops are reported throughout Southwest Vir ginia. Frank Caamp delivered 90 lamb, av eraglog 70 pounds, to Stanford Carpenter, Bourbon News. at 4 cents. Ben 8. McElroy sold to J. L Grundy 6 yearling mules at $55 par head; to Price Lebanon StandHudson; 1 jack for $75. lubject & whole Family 5c.atfaF S3 Cooking for BiiyJInrdirare Dealer In your u not sold by sect Ion, write us for Illustrated Circular. 181, 1BJ, 186 a: 187 L0ST-8U0JEW-ARD. WANTED AGENTS D.B.BAYLESS&C0. CINCINNATI, O. JOHN B. EVERYWHERE W. ota St. My ooo a ltrg, lietry sorrel horar, the other a My, uisrkeJ -- lib nnmcroui -- hits ipotisail a recent cut atom hli fore hoof. Any oik bringing the abort bortei to me at Hit hlind -1- TUOH. METCILK. receire the abora reward- - They were lilt seen near Ottecbelm. Ufi-HIS TP. KAT. 11 F()8TEB J PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. 4 t 'i?! r- J. W. Bales shipped Saturday at this place 600 lambs that averaged 05 pounds, bought throughout the eeuaty af 5 cents Winchester Sun; per pound. D.N. Frewitt gathered up in this ESTATE-AGENT- S county Wednesday about 1,200 lambs, RTjnFOBB, L1KCOLH CO., KT. which he bad previously engaged at 5 cts. Office, South Bid Main Btreet, orer Flrit NationTbe average of the lot was 78 lbs. al Dm. All of our 8ngar was bought before the advance and can be sold at the In Cincinnati cattle are quiet at 2 to tame old price. Our Including tome of the finest Farina. 5 for common grade to best shipping; Block Farms In Central Kentucdy, Town Lota Blockers and feeders 3J to 4; hogs are firm and Kealdences, Timber and Mineral Lands for sale on commit lion. at 3 to 4.35; sheep are quiet at 2J to 4; For further particular! send for printed description of this section and of propertlet for sale. . . HUUHi- l- . I ttlWl Tt7 ll lamb in fair demand at 4 to GJc, J -- a L.lf .s 13CJm nur?. Will Hall finds on cutting his crop of -M "? "d Ir,yoeu1;ndTehrmint,ge..l,,0gbt wheat, which he thought would average at least 20 bushels to tho acre, that the bundles are not much heavier than straw and A Tliirj.linlred Black Itcrkshlro Sotf ML-ETTGJLjthe yield will not be over 6 or 7 bushels. it Ith 1 rigs, Farmers tell us that tbe rains so far Two males and two females, about ten months old. Porter, Mr. Huoh have not materially injured the standing Tbe Bow will weigh 210 pounda, no ear tnarka. to her out at his father's, Mr R L Porter, quPe The Louisville lima is mistaken. The wheat. Some of it has been tangled, but Any information that will leadwill give recorery wIlIbsthackfullyrccclToJ. the Bow I sick, U inuch Improved. Lincoln county probibitlonlu will not put the most of it can be harvested. In some aud Plgi for tbe capture ol the tblet. 185-IF. L. OAIVHOX. been at out a ticket for county officers, but reserve cases the holds are not filled out well, but MikiTillik Hall, who college here, left for ber home at all their strength for a grand effort to vote taking the crop as a whole it is much above tending Montlcelloy Uirday, to S ind vacation. the whisky traffis out of the county on the the average. Mtw Dollib Drnoim, whohai been a 2d Saturday in September. They very M, Lehman A Bro , of Baltimore, have From n.T farm, during tbe put arrlng. teTeral rca'en lu all kindiof a It UK HGU8. and laat wcwk a guest at Mr. J. N. Merefre's, returned to sensibly think this more important than bought over 400 head of fat cattle of Sam bead ot large fat Sow. near pigging, bbe la wh'te, black Brodheadyriterday, taking wilh ber Miss mixing up In party aflalrs at the present. crop oQ of left aqd J. E. Clay, 120 head of Bedford A Ken ana aandr color: iuik. a amooth e car. with looter cut off I he mark of them all Is mi mm LUtie Menfe. par a 11 lfnot al erwl. I Tue paragraph In our last issue relative nedy and several smaller lot. Prices from- thesame. themotery of anywill them andUral re a heary IIawej. who takes the of ward for Pnof E P. to $5 37. Bedford tt Kennedy's av- reward for ptoot to a scandal, In which a prominent $150 kte ttietnieror in erea. that Col Will 8. Hays at Crab Or place of .i. 7i i:tj,ixn. Pris isj-man and a pretty young wo- ersged upwards of 1,000 pounds. chard this renon, was here yeilerday. He voting Kentuckltn. man were involved, turns out to be the reports about 20 visitors already. A Western man Bays he keeps tbe Association in merest moonshine, and was based under swine plague from attacking his hogs by At the State Medical a misapprehension. The woman was a seofion at Winchester, Dr. Kayetle Dunlap, the free uee of copperas scattered all about Concert Grand, nympi (fitxne and the prominent young of Danville, read a papsr on "Utheral to Parlor Grand, man was a half doieu or so of boys around tho feeding places, and allowing them ver" and to day Dr. J. 0. Carpenter will town. eat what they want. Copperas is a good Baby Grand, read one on "Ulceration of the Sigmoid disinfectant, and Is an astringent and a "Upright Grand, W. II. Miller and New FiRM.-Mee- srs. AkiX7ksn Flexure." tonic. It is the sulphate of Iron, and iron Square Grand. George 8. Carpenter have formed a partner W. J. Wash, of the K. C , has is a common tonic. Cait. We ar opening tbe moat carefully aelccted, tbe shin for transacting a general real esta'i stock of Wheat harvest is in full blaat. The fineat and just returned from Boiton, whither he went rn business, notice of which is glvin 'f3EjffsE9aVHKQB4R ? may be hoard evrattle of the en with the De Molay commandery, of Wash-- PIANOS AND ORGANS in this issue. Busineta placed with which he is a member, to erywhere. The prospects for a large yield ington City, of Erer broujht to this clly. Every lnatiument la them will receive prompt attention and were probably nernr better in Clark counattend a complimentary entertainment tenthe pride of an artlat and prlcrt range from 10 to "t commindery of they will leave nothing undone to fully ty, some farmers are claiming 40 bushels 35 percent, lower tnan other dealer aik for tbe dered it by a Boston aame gooJa. Penona ol musical and art culture all tho lands placed in their to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, cultito the acre. Fair weather will be very are Invited Knights Templar. vated , refined tone and artltt deslgna ol tbeao celeNearly all the males In the Craig hands, much In demand for the next three weeks brated Inftrumcnts' CARRIAGES. In order to a"o the immense crop, family started on the rosd this week: Will d Kunbe, tho FaTho Democrat. Craig and John H. Craig represent A. B STDRREYS,It is said that Clevela-- d gave the mous Declior & Sou, the Fopnlar Kt At Georgetown court there were 300 Kirschhaum A Co., wholwale manufactur- preacher that married him 5500. crott and tlto IJclldble Xew England er of clothing, Philadelphia; J. Newon Judge Stanley Mathews, of the Su- CHttle on sale. Oae lot sold at $3.95 per Pianos, Craig and John Miller Craig, with the premo Court, and Mm. Thrcsker were mar- cwt., another lot of 1 1 at $15 per head; one The Oelebratfld Olongh and Warren and Craig, lot at $1.25 per cwt. and 20 head at $3.95 Philadelphia Cloak A Salt Co ; J. N. ried at New York Wednesday. the John Ohurch & do. Organs. eteors brought from S23 75to Jr., with Sterne A Co., youth's and boy's distinguish- YearlIo Miss Nina Batchelor, the Plcaie communicate with us for catalogues, termi clothing; Will N. Craig, with Bsrllngcr A ed Louisville artist and elocutionist, Is to $31.75. No mules offered. Good fancy and price. Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Goal, JLuuiber, Etc. . It. & ii J. COOK, Special Ag'ta, gent's neckwear, Broadway, Now marry a wealthy French gentleman at geldings brought $125 to $175. Will A. Straus, fllanford, Ky. Gaines sold to Wm. Coyle a car load of 2 Or HOSE B. BICIIAUD, York. Paris next week. Reference- - A B. Pennr, Mrs E.M. CarpenGray McLean, private secretary to year old heifers, averaging a little oTer LOCAL MATTERS. ter, J. M. Phlllpa, J. M. Moore and James lint-leat $1.35. J. R. Natter sold 32 hogs, Btan'om; Mrs. Msgjle Holmes. Crab OrchAuditor Hewitt, and Miss Lutie Stanton, averaging 275 pounds, at 4o per pound. J. ard; Gen. W.J. Laudrcm aud MUa LUxle r HuffJars at T. R. Walton's. Fruit the beautiful daugnter of the Poet, H. T. man, LaQCi"tr. Ky, of M. Bond bought and shipped 3 fruit ara. Waters ARaney. Stanton, were married in Frankfort yester- lambs to Cincinnati. He sold 2 loads to Selk 8EAL1SO dayFos-ter'Rus Wilson, to be weighed in Cincinnati, at IlAltvm and Lard oil at Melcalf A RELIGIOUS. at $0 75 per cwt.; the other brought $5 60 -- DIALXaS IN- Times. Local option has carried 501 ooun'lrs per cwt. Proctor Knott is the best, ask thee in the S)uthern States. Drugs, Books, Stationery and HUSTONVILE, LINCOLN COUNTY. who have tried it. Metcalf A Foster. r-- rr Talmago's church has just received 33 nwo IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and out cfr vsr aruuius. Apue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, G. M. Siveng sold to Vance, of Indian 8addlery and Harness positively at additions, which ruus the membership to Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, " spoils, a pair of horcrs for about $100. 3,400 prime cost. Metcalf A Foster. Fever), Liver Physlclana' prescription accurately compounded Dengue (or "llrcnk-bono- " The progiamme is baing arranged for Complaint, and all diseases arising from The little girl who was shot lait WedMalarial poLtons. Oentb' fine Manilla Hab from 51.25 to the Christian State Convention at Mt. Ster nesday Is still alive, and thought to be im$2.00 worth from $2.50 to $300 at 8. ling August 3, "Harpers, S. C, July 9, I884. po.'eibillty of recovery. proving, with a A Co. Powers Rev. John M. Bruce will lecture on "For eighteen montjis suf-erc- cl The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Permit me to call the attention of iviiJi Chills and Fever, The premiums of the Huitonville Fair, Local Option at Cherry Grove next Ban-da- y school people to Mrs. Tarrant' notice of Jewelry aud Silverware and 23, having Chills every other day. at 3.30 o'clock r M. county teachers' nsociation for which will beheld July 21,22 Lower than bought this market Bishop Hendrlx will hold Kentucky; at Stanford. After trying varioics remedies Ever Lowest. toWatches. Clocks PricesJsweliT Be-over $1,000. Write to Jas. B. Cook, and tbe yLilJHs hs, r si LfrMP recommended to cure, used a Conference September 8, and Louisville palred on ahott notice and Warranted. Drs. Alcorn and Drown are attending Secretary, for catalogue. bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and Conference September 23. L tbe State Medical Association at Winches if.''. The L. A N. will sell half fare tickets have never since had a chill. A private letter from Brother Barnes ter. Hope they will return in better huKATflVIXLE nnAwn. 'between all stations Jufor the round-triEDWIN HARPER." .aya that he may remain In San Francisco mor than did our late county delegation B N). 41, NoVMmidly 3, 1 and 5tb, good returning until rREFAKED BY Dally IMIly sometime and asks his correspondents to from Lebanon. Ex. Hun, Kx. Ban. night July 0th. Dr. J C. Ayer & Co., lowell, Mas. address him theie till further notice. As an evidence of tbe utter stagnation "illnoClrass KoHte." CoTlngton..., 2 00p Lts Sold by all Druggists. When 100 miles at sta Mr. Beecher pervading our town, let It be known that 7 25 am 4 25 pro " Lexington.., ForSale.-- A. P. van de Water's stock Shortest and Qoiokqst Kouto from Oer 8 15 a m 5 20 pxa imple-ment- a Parla a number of homing pigeons Jim Gjode was importuned for an "item" tral Kentucky to all Points North, and grain farm of 188 acre, with 8 40 a in 5 44 p m Arr MUlersburg . " Carllilo 9 01 n in 6 08 pa East, West and Southwest. machinery. Write for partlcu-Iar- s with messages to friends in Brooklyn and this morning and for tbe first time in his and "GOOD EBTOUG.X 9 " Johnron a m 8 56 pm 10 SO a m 7 40 pa " MaytTllIo... Fait Line Between to him. P. O. box 128, Stanford, Ken- they arrived safely and quickly with them. history was unable to intent one. Liuipi ui A loving tribute to Bro. Barnes and Clay Kauflman is rititlng his mother. , tucky. No. fii "NoTe- TJrl ailed direct by LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Daily Dally Miss Marie, and extending to them a joyou J, S. Van Winkle passed through on TuesMay IS, 168C. I THE K-Schedule In Effect Ex. Bun, Ex. Ban l'OMr -l Lost, on the Hustonvllle pike, a black welcome back to the land of their birth, day night, havlnij been called from Liberty Without Lift-in- g Ho.u .6, Ho. 4 8 65 a m 12 65 p a companion, containing gold bracelets and appears in yesterday's Lancaster Nem, court by unfavorable symptom in the case 8 87 a m 1 sy prm ' Jonnatn the Can, Ex. Ban. Dally Ex. Bun necklace, handkerchiefs, Ao. Finder will signed "Multitude." 7 25a m 2 28pm " Carllsls of one of his biys, who ha been sick for Owsley, Tur- 7 46 a m 2 60 pm fllllngtube Ltd. Corlngton.... 8 10am 8 10 pm 2 00 pm " Mllleraburg, tho please return to Mrs. Fount Rev. John Bell Gibsou will preach at some time. 8 10 a m 8 15 pa Arr Parlr 9 40 a m 9 24 pm 3 88 pm Falmouth...., adjusting to 9 05 a m 6 10 pra nersvllle. " Lexington 11 Rush Branch Christian church next Sun13 pm 4 a m F. M, Tuttle bought of J. S. Goode his II SO a m fl 00 pm sulthelghth Arr, Cyntblana.., 10 43 am 10 40 pm B 88 p m " Cntlngton .... 15 pm 11 35 10 I'arla Rowland Sunday School picnic wll1 day morning. Rsv. J. Q. Montgomery will house and lot in town, formerly owned and The 12 10 p m II 17 pm fl 10 pm Lexington.. of any Lamp. Notr. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Winbe'held to morrow In W.H. Miller's woods, occupy hi pulpit hero morning and even- occupied by Hugh Logan. The transaction 11 80 a 111 10 45 p m 8 22 p m chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains This is thn Lto. Paris. Arr. Winchester ... 12 20 p m 11 20 p m 615 pm am dally except Sunday, Stanford, on the Crab Orch-ar- d ing. other property trades, tte ENOUGfiM 4 miles from 7 15 prr ' Itichmoud...... 1 68 pm Direct conn, ctlonsare made at Winchester with most practical --The Methodists have 52 churcbea and involved some can only be estimated say 11 Cheiapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Aihland, Lancaator ...... 8 07 p m price therefore pike. A number of public speakers CAN FAMILY Huntington, Charleston, W. Vs., and Eaitern clU 6 00 pm " BUnlord nine missions in this city, with 12,583 com $1,300 to $1,400. will attend. lea. I 2 00 pm ever offered to Lte. Ulchmond municants, a qaln of 20 churches, fire misFait Lino: Nos. S and 4 run via Winchester, I Borne of our more pious citizens object I 8 20 p ml Arr. Berea Bolld Tralna, with Pullman Bleeping Cars betweea the public. Thk Gold A Silver Band soronaded Capt. sions and 3,390 member during the past " LlTlngaton.M... 5 45 am I Cincinnati and Richmond, Vs., and Wlnchettti to the record in the last Intebiob, setting bride W. H. Bpradlln and his handsome and Washington, D, C. 20 years. rN. Y. Times. Hustonvllle proposes to run a night. Through tickets and baggage checked to any forth that No. 1 Koaru-BoojiNo. 11 No. 8 atthePortman Housa Wednesday Rey. W. Harvey and his assistants destination reached by railroad. three days' fair, beginning oa the 23rd of behalf of Lincoln For lull partliulars, call on any agent of tho Thn fimlaln'a eflorts in have raissd this year $3,875,13 for missions company, or a Sunday see EVERT FAMILY SHODLB HAVE ONE. Ltc. LlTlciton... 8 00 am county in the location of the Chesapeake constructed 10 churche?; organized 01 Sun- J11I7, which would Involve 8.V. MORSE, D. A.FEELEY, to 2! am m Bore elon, Please correct the Inadvertence. Gen.PaM. Agent, a warm Trar. Paaa. Agent, , manu'Aotusid ay Arr. Ulchmond ..... 11 45 a m A Nashville will always give him day schools; converted 1.271 persons and CoYlngton. Ky. Lexington, .7 fgamifaeiurlns c Lts. Kowland....... 78 20 ami II. E. HUNTINGTON' ReceWer. in the hearts ol our peopie. place A little black boy stood with his small put $32,070 In church buildings, 11 ami Lancaster Oeneral unices. Corlngton, Ky. W. KRStX ST. 03B30. -- 11 00 a m pond in Arr. ltlchmond Bowling Green want Brother Barnes sister at the edge of a water-lil- ly of tho Stanford .. 05 The Board of Trustee No Dropping Oil on theFloororTftblo; o .... I 1 10 p ml 0 00 a ml XiBB P HUFFMAN, vacancies to como down and reconvert his converts. Florida. "Epbium," said the little girl, Faucet to Leak or set knocked opeato waste Lre. Blchmond am 2 10 pm 7 Winchester Male and Female Rimlnary filled Kxploslons. No Corks to Arr. Paris 8 CO a m .............. .. 8 20 p m Art a As tho former Presbyterian mountain evar "what makes so many cat talis grow in die Contents or cause Lose, Closes Perfectly Air Tight. ?oLea-on- e Tuesday by electing Mr. J. B. Paxton pm 45 P ml 7 25 a ml 2 Lts'. Lexington .... EpiscopaHTAHrUKU, A,X. ,A No Evaporation Absolutely Bare. heah ponT' "D9sn you fcnov?" inquired and Mr. gelist 1 now an s 30 p m 8 20 a m 8 40 pm Oflfeyouth "Ids Ut'u Ctrcet, ttOidi Hk. Lt Parts A Unlversnl Houarihold Ncesslty. trustee in tho phca of his father 8 9 v n' r all his Kentucky dough must be Ephlum; "why dey grow up from kittens (rntlilans " f t u 5 is pm If. rcra Hoteli CXjX. JXTJS CR33 S2S3BXA. in that of Mr. II. T. Harris. lian, 4 47 p mjto 0J " Falmcuth Jno. N. Menefee do pon', ob Puro Nitrons Oxldo Gas almlnlitereihsnjjs' I urauleui BiKU orJ, Ky., by over I 8 00 p m 11 80 a ml 6 45 pm Arr. OoTlngton 'p " Wh tendered Prof worke' funny ngaln. Loulsvillea Ztm' dat ponplo htr. drowned in qalrsd, Tbe 127-- tf SJETOALFc-FOSTE- R. course." man. alleged Koere for another term. Abner The undersized hire tbli day formed a partnership to engaga In the builnesi of telling real eitat on commfxlon and generally all buitneii uiually transacted by ileal El e Agents. Our chargea will be reasonable and all proper effort will be med to make a ratlilictory aale of all pr'j,-,rr'.i rtlt our ti it Out fad lit lei for adiertUIng and obtaining caitomert, we consider the Terr belt, a d we will ipare no expense In trying to attract the attention of purchatere to ard. the property which we offr lor tale. We rupee aik thoae Bailey Withers sold to J, W. Mitchell, tnlly us a trial. who hate real eatale for tale to glre If. Ml. Mlt.l.lZn 1302t of Jessamine, a nice young race mare for GEO. B. CAUl'KNTKB Stanford, Ky., June 28, IBM. $300 and G. A. Lackey sold him a 2 year- old filly for $250. GEO. 8. CABPEKTEB. W. II. MILLER. ALWAYS IN THE MARKET, AND- - Low I?i-ice- s a. Specialty. Miller & Carpenter, REAL Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, Blu-Ora- Hardware, Embracing Everything, aT'oxs3T! 37CIIIXr c-- u & FOSTJEJEC MENEFEE. 'I onp"eV?'; hi 2 mm & fat -- -- 2t PIANOS ! lit Favminglmplements and Machin ery tt elec-whe- self-bind- V'MJ$BaUtt'S i -- -" Dfi BV WM ("Win-cbct't- er Unguis -- 3aEJaagfts, World-renowne- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, post-offic- 1,-0- 00, y, ISS-ly- car-load- s Ague Cure I AVER'S PtBy & 'HsiwfttM PHARMACISTS. (gsjw xw JEWELERS- t5SZAsifellft7 I aS LR. HOSTH-BOUM- THE , Ml BooTn-Horif- HOUTU-BCTJM- 11 goodIH sj I FAMILY OIL CAN. $tofiW Anglo-Israelltis- h ta prfr-ip'Sh- :..ltummmtmrnfsfrt-Tf!nissa-r- j ,, I Sim-Wtik- k Interior frantal SUSPENSE. Iloart sickness, that of old tho wIm men knew, Despite his wisdom, croopth llko a pall Over the opulent Springtime, quonohing all Tho sunshine, and the verdure and tho bluo Into one gray monotouy of hue. I hear from budding boughs the thrushes From beaded spray the tinted blossoms CLOCKS IN THE ELEVATED STATIONS BIRD DESTROYERS. 'WOMEN NOT THE SOLE EXTERMIN-THATORS o; SONGSTERS. "ECTlnR" and Otbor Sporta The Mnn Unr-gener- E call Tall with the Uoy r. Deprineil Siniill and t lie the long lush grasses wet and tha Upon all this harmony of light with dow. And and song with the Sling-hThose swift purpling hill Gnn ot cloud-shadow- I n h i OETflOir, MICH. Told by n Gentleman from Minnesota A l'ew Additional Il'cinnrks. ent nt the different stations, and, conseWo were rldincr alone on tha ImitniUni. quently, it takes a great deal of regulating train yesterday, nnd eome ono spoke of the before you can got a clock to go right At -- rofree and democratic way that people in this this station the vibration is often so great country got ncjualntod with each other that I find It difficult to keep my scat, and Oottage Bread nnd Fresh Oakos, Straw while traveling. Then we got to talking tho doors and windows rattle as though the Thlit poTJer a murril of purltr. berries, Ico Oieam, Buttor kept on Ice, about railway sociability and railway eti- station was coming down. The vibration is itreajlb sad wbolcaoucoets. More economical A I AtjU Ift ItllllfA tlarA AaI) m.h.I.. 1L. quette, nnd from that wo got to talking stronger than at the South Ferry station, tbao the ordinary kind, sad can not ba sold wltUiMfJor uirn rartfd wuh. lllick Hawk fresh and nloei Ice to retail Ice-col- d with the multitude of loir teat .short la ft roxl Itlnrk ti il about naturul lihennmnnn nnrl t wheru all tbe roads meet At Chrlstophor comitlton vwra ihla Unrir sv ft.. ... c.Sui nuiuur I'uujpuaie powaari. BOldonir in InehM high, lievrtn tiiia avi'aSllJfca ti SlsiaiUaiiy Oldor, Ginger Ale and Lomonado. was ilred by Caldwell's Young spoke of tho cyclone with some feoling and amui, iuiiiuq, on 100 DiniU AVOUUO rOAU, cans. uorALBaiciito l'owosa O. lllick Hawk, ha by Velocipede, ha by llobarl aon'a Doa'l forjtt that it li beadquartera for eood Ilut. a little bitterness, perhaps, briefly tolling there is considerable vibration. I don't iw wail strut, New York. HaniMon, baby Imp. Mammoth. Ills dam wai Itt my own experience, and making the storm know why there should bo any difference, by btlgaira II ack Hawk; 2d dam waa ralaed by, Billra Maxwell and was an linnortmi l.fk. as loud aud wet nnd violent as possible. but I believe the Christopher Street station lOMf C.T.NAXiillifJK. Then a gentleman from wostcrn Minneuuus vu luaue jjrouna, tnore onoo Having Hhelby tlty. Ky. sota, a man who went there in an early day been a creek there. and homesteadod it when his nearest neigh"The clocks wo bavo are all very good, bor was fifty miles away, spoke of a cyclone and I don't believe you will find ono that Is I CJLI.IJUOTIIKHN. mat Yuiieu mi county uoiore the telegraph mora than a quarter of a minute out of the or railroad had ponetratod that part of tho way. There MAXUFACTURI.VO "PELICAN" OIL. one at South Furry station One other thing. Borne enterprising men state. Ho said It was vjry clear up to tho thnt was valued at !Wi, but it bos lately conceived the idea of making "pelican" oil, moment that ho notieod a cloud in tho northueon removed to tne general oniics on Broadway. Whon these clocks were first put fn and established large trying-work- s near an west no larger than a man's hand. It saunf r,'niirw mw Island in Corpus Christl bay, known as Peli- tered down in a southwesterly direction like the stations It was intend to have them THE BE8T SHIRT IN THE WORLD can Island from the immense uumber of a cylone that bad all summer to do its chores sot by electricity. Each ono contained n these birds raised there. They went to tho in. Then it gavo two quick snorts and a battery, and wa arranged so that a wiro aaocTo oxDia nr- island and carried off whole cargoes of the roar, wiped out of existence all tho farm could bo attached. Tho idea was to bavo .I- -Tim 1l young birds in all stages of growth and bulldlnn he had. atipkml tha K'm""?'. kT?..?.0 D'on. them all sot by a timo ball at noon. Why N. soured all the milk in the milk houso, and It was not carried out I don't know." New 2d dam -boiled them up for oil They exterminated iTvs'JLtf M" i LoulsTllle, Ky. "' .cngrr: iii ilitn t Jlllltr'a Dnmark. Wl.lrh by the bird in that vicinity, nnd the oil proved aprcau uoioiauon on over tnac quarter-sac- York Sua ,i... , . ntd UuW Uw ...vat worthless, it is some satisfaction to tion. But the nnrrntor. ...... li utterly lUU or.of " hrt Daniel Webster ut tho I'lowhaiiillc. hiM!?. W.? know that such a scheme did not bring any remarkable thing bo remembered was this: 'ct borzoi -.- .-. Maait uara brought ,.,u.iu On one occasion somo Boston frionds from Vlntlnla. benoflts to those engaged in its cruel and Ho had dug about a pint of ungle worms unknown. They will m.ka tho araran of IMS at J. K. Far. cowardly carrying out As women cannot that morning, intending to go ovor to the sent Daniel AVobster as a present an enor plow to use on his place. Webbe said to have established a. market for lake toward evening and catch u few perch. mous-slzeuoalla pue. Clin K,.:a at,!"!.ra on ,h hands blab 4 brown, IC ster gave out word that on a certain day DOiican Oil Vet. thaw mmf ha BAiititfAd ... But when tho cyclomi came it picked up years old this Spring and will stand at it would be christonnL Tim Hnr complicity in this crime, as well as that of those angle worms and drovo them head $10 to Insure a MtIii Colt. tho "egging." These s are the natural first throuzh his new trrlndatnna tvlhr.. t... and the surrounding farmors for milos enmo E. H. BDKNSIDE, . to witness tho event A doien teams with Headache, Nausea, Dlzzlncs,nml Drowsiscavengers of the shoal waters of our thores, junug mu worms or impairing the grindUllrer Kin will b, mtd to IS marix, at the ness. They stimulate tho Stomach, Liver, as the buzzards aro of the land, and great stone. He would have had the grindstone aristocratic occupants came from Bcston, rata, lelt S TNn old (bit KprloaV It photographed, ha said, if the angle worms It was expectoJ by every quo that Webster and Bowels, to healthy action, assist digesharm will como from their destru tion. bniullful In. IK li.n.i. Woll - Known in.i... I..... ... altos uiwuian mil would make a great speech on tho occasion, .....i rams ice UUt JtCt, One more practice for which womon are could have been kept still long enough. ...m4 tion, and Incrcaso tho appetite. They He reviewing the "vi,ui mamtaina its history of farming back to responsible is tho killing of birds in said that they were driven just far enough not combine cathartic, diuretic, and Ionic High Roputation, STEVJE mere wantonness, which is a vory extensivo through to hang on tbe other sldo llko a tho time of tho Clnclnnatus. Tho plow was brought out, and ten yokes of splendid properties of tho greatest value, aro a AND practice, taking the country through. A lambrequin. Mlcnigaa farmer thus writes of his own obIt is such circumstances of these, coming oxen wero hitched in front Mere than purely vcgctablo compound, and may bo ui?."a L ln,Ur l0". mon' du polnU.SnlBf time. it Jack wlib wblU !' yrars old ffJRWS1" rained that takrn with perfect B,oJ the of exservation "Tho destruction of birds has to us from the mouths of evn.n-itnna- i tired i,. Its) iwople stood around on madetlptoonDbear- - dren or adults. H. safety, cither by chil- KID l llll.ru .nrl h!- -I, l- . i.. ... A Ikln't: .b8 lecod to no Country pectation. Soon Webster bis been carried o.i horo to such an ixtent that lead us to exclaim How prolific Is nature L. Thomas, Framing-haHotel in tho State in it Pare, V" '" dam' a black a. lr, i.Vn.r .,- f "..? " anco. He bad Leon calling spirits from tho It Is hardly possible to raise any kind of aud how wonderful are all her Mass., writes: ing n number of Appointment., or Atten- jam by ""HP. bla vastv decn and bis trait t poor, weak manl Man, who comes vwmii. ..... years I was subject to "For Headaches, l",.bf1b Tha More Catll.Jiekacondlarce erey. fruit; even tho grapes as well as the apples tion to Comfort of It a violent certain. Seizing the plow handles and being too wormy for use or sale. Boys and Into the world clothed in a llttlo briof auf arising from a disordered condition of the J. K. ,t. J. It, their Guest.. even mei eo out to shoot swallow rnWn. thority, porhaps, and nothing olso to speak spreading his feet he yeHed out to the and larjts. It makes no dlfferen-- e If they of. He rises up In the morning, provarl- - driver in his deep bass voice. "Are you all stomach and bowels. About a year ago I Mastf a will b foattrtd to sail tram t a. a. 1HS0. 1HHO. cofhmcnccd the uso of Ayer's Tills, aud are nesting; aud many a nest of young birds ouu u.es. naro are our best liars ready Mr. Wrlgbti" "All ready, Mr. Web-sterwas tbe reply meaning of courso for have not had n headache since." V. P. I to Commtrcla! Trait!. bos starved on account of their parents Look for them where you will and n. The Tar will you will find that they are passing away. bis speech, "Webster straightened blmsolf being shot Tho small boy with his slingHannah, Gormtcy P. O., York Co., of Llgaort aid Clean, up by a mighty offort, and shouted. "Then let writes: " I bavo used Avcr's PilU Ont., Go into tbe ceinetorr and there von win shot destroys many and all for tha desire for th to murder, .Not a single person saves the find them mingling with tho dust, but her rip" Tho wholo crowd roared with last thirty years, and can safely say that I laughter, while Webster with his big plow skins for gain; the birds are thrown away striving still to perpetuate their business by bavo never found their equal as a cathartic ! marking their tombt with a or lift where they fall." nr.Fi. IUTA.WU 10 rip up tae son. r.xchange. meuicinc. I am nover without them In Tho killing of birds for food cannot bo cation, chiseled in uuduring stone. Bill The Slyatery of "Gray aiulo Day." my home." C. I). Moore, Elgin, III., Tbe tire ol trotten. rotJiten and mjro fane y and The noted brevier, will justly laid to the women of the land and INye in Chicago News. make the Maon ol IS'fi flrtt cla Kttterii bortt than any oth.r tUllloa at my liable A friend of ours happened in one of tbe this is one very large item in the destrucwrites: "Indigestion, Headache, and Loss .'. mllei In kantucky. will make tha French Fondness for the Ghaatlr. on of I8SS fuur aoulh f HuitooTllle. oa dry counties, in another state, and where of Appetite, had so weakened aud debilition of bird-life- . IVomen undoubtedly parmllrt writ of Htanlor I, dlrrclly on tha Knob Ltek tbeliuiujntllle and Lib. Paris is truly a city wnera eccentricity there were no railroads or express facilities, take of these delicacies at well as men, but tated my system, that I was obliged to give pike, and will, on account of tho daprMtlon ovtr rty turnpike. Iw tho women do not shoot them nor demand reigns. The Citoyen Lisbonno, who was not long ago, and thought he felt tho need trrtjlhlnt,tow permitted tj arrre marea at the ilenra I. l.r rn up work. After being under tho doctor's "' price ol sent to the galleys for some crime comlt-te- d of an aecustoirl appetizer before his nooncxtrrutly No. atv. i.f.i them as edible. In all southern markots caro for two wcckik without getting any during tbe commune, on his reloase day nieaL An appeal to an individual strings of small birds are exposed for sale-brofJSO.and half brothr5l whose countenance Indicated ItnnvUl in mostly by the colored people, opened carabat that be catled La Bayne t rtllof, began taking Ayer's Tllli. My $15 the Season or $20 to Insure. at which excellent prison faro was served by tha wharaahntitjt et tha m(j.l.i ...... i appetite and Mrcngth returned, and I waj who receive a few cents for them. (1mm furnttbed at I par month. I)u cars taktn waiters dressed as convicts in fetters, and called out this astonishing information and WHAT A XATUKAUST REltlRTS. soon enabled to resumo my work, in per.... uv fn mvnt arvMtnt. n. M.t.. I.... -- ni uut . 19 r, r u, uui hi W SSSSS.H where, if more expensive dishes were suggestion: A naturalist rannrtathflMn ir- tnontllla ihoulJ anv oetut. fect health." Description and t'edlgrM -- Nobby It a Jet black cook, in tha cm-tbe chiof 'l'lr iwiiem, WUtrnMlntrra lut.r. i.V." nt i.. "There's nothing sold here; but in ten minspring hnnJreds of woodpeckers and song-bird- s isuiur .VX. by a.p: itar In forahes 1 and two whlta fMt, 16 han.lt hlih. aoilar'i ?a f.!fi??.b'JL-.?- i executioner, would inform his patrons with utes you'll see a nigger go by on a gray wore exposed for ins, meadow-lark- s, bandt 1 Inch high, fliit mana sod tall, nood, tnor No, 10: wl'Monlaa . Jo. ... T ....... 1.- blackbirds, sparrows, thrushes, and a grim smile, that be wotld be ready for mule. Halt him and give him a half dollar. ltf Irfiaillltnl h..l a,.t nW . .7. a4a uj ti... uiunna Maaun. them in ton minutes. The Parisians took oven warblers, vireos, and is roan mule day." back and lola In Iict,ftulllr In arumelry:and K?" i JB ' .T d? xjauan so kindly to tho gruesome joke that Lisbonne will zuaranteotbrradown't lire a tuilloa ritEPAItED BY Our friend halted the "nigger" and gavo These, in addition to the game-birMod, floe and large and ga.dMiinr'a coltt ir. dltpotltlon, and the moren hoih nualltlra U about to open a secoad estaWlshment. pigeons, grouse, ducks, geese, plover, snipe, him tho money, no words posning at all In d under the aaddT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, 3Iaai. I be Invariably Iniparta to hit proony. Nobby la wlthTtry llui. handling trotted? i. of LI. etc. whose destruction has teen so impro- where the tables shall be covins, decked an nour tne irrav mu a w u.n tba tlra ol of Nobby, Jr. recoid JSO1--, and told In so c.: Sold by all Druggists. for IJ.OOO, when baodlrd rery little. One of hit log alto another that was at promlilDg. bit ow. vident that extinction is only a matter of a with skulls as and where the tbe former owner of tbe coin was hunted up loan colli trotted last aaaaon, with llttla tralnlnc, In little time, make a fearful showing against-th- customers will be waited upon by young and given one of twenty or thirty bottles flihoum" MtSTl" ..ddit1 tor..' 2 M. another In 3 JJ and oaaln 3 Jl, and wuaold men of tbe country; and in regard to girls COt UD as nnd hnhl.n.1 carried In a sack by the negro. Of course, for 12,300. Ulatuckllntt wort tha Ilea at the shrouds, who will sorve out baked moats of the liquor was vile, for it was liable to this the women are practically innocent Ilutlontllleanil DanvlllaFalraoTrr tlnnniinn. seizure f v an. I la.ntt.fnii wll. ..v..w ... .1. nr They may occasionally eat a reedbird or luntrra! description. at any time, and tbe profits had to bo largo iw... V.kt.v ...inn 1. vjar rard Chief, the lira of lUill Dike, 2 2S'i; Mara. This recalls to tna mind nt P.ri. .- to cover tho risk. Petersburg Index-Appeoouonnic on toast at some fashionable res"onayf ,rh. brlnolllppy.2SlV4i Ud Crook. 2 231,- - Hill Arp. taurant or private table, but they are not teur a curious eplsoJa that occurred at a 2 31; UarrariCblal b Mambrlno Ob It I. lire of i!"S: Me I. a Tiau't.'f,0'"0 the ones who go down on Long island In tbe masked ball of tbe opera in the time of Lady Thorn, 3 18; Woodford Mainbrloo,. 31a. boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect Novel Fratura of a Woman's Will. ... L' -- i.1 uperlor-bonanil nlhara In tha 9 Xl ll.t LImI Am ""-'- ! season," where "a bagman supplies hU LouiS PbillDDe. Lord llnnrr S? "'?. 2.1 dam by Aratut; Sd dam The Will Of Twitil nnmnn.t health, aud the true way to Injure health by Hyady k't Ilambla-tontaI.A Hill. table for weeks at a time with the eggs of of tbe founders of the Trench Jockey club 4th dam by Dlomeda, Nobbr'a Jain a Is to purify your blood with Ayer's dwarf that was known all over Europe su S10 tha Season or $12 50 to Insure. emu uuwu iur uu eccentric wagers, made a the rails that breed numerously Sars.v thoroughbred mar, aald to b by Imp. Traoby. his viciUUUU4S nity'' to cater to the tastes of in sports- bet with a royal boon companion that he parllla. Jlrs. Eliza A. Cloin;i, 31 Arllns;. luanjuiw, contains a novel PartlnK with marea tball forfeit the Inturanea I win also sund my flnejack, tbe In all ran aod a Han retained on all colli until men who make that their headquarters would appear at tha foto in a costume that feature. After she bad disposed of all hor ton St., Lowell, IU writes: "Krry aerT.ro charge It pall, For further inlormatlon. had never yet been seen nt an opera balL property, thoro remained her wardrobe, and like the wild flavor of those delicacies, winter and spring my family, Including V. I,. VIUH callonoraddreat At $lo to inaurs. lie it IS l either are the women or the little girls The bet was recorded in the book yot kept "Well," she said, "my dresses and linen and myself, use several bottles of Ayer's Ui w. M. McArai S lnrk.. hi.h everything that I wore must bo far too . the Jockev club for snnh Aani.i V.. responsible for tho small boy who, the conn-tr- y at March. rtanf.ird. Ky. rs'.1. J.tS.iMi "w4 M .'auch """ Kxpcrlenco has cmilucci! me small for tha littlest child; but, in order over, kills a bird on sight, if by any posals, and the house was thronged with the that some poor little girl may bo happy, I tbst, as powerful possibility he can hit it with some stone or gilded youth of Paris to wltnoss tho denouecolt, from jennet. thaVSo "oZlltf? ) h" U.II 4 desire that the sum of JCIO may be applied until women destroy bird ment When tha fata wi nf or animal life for mere sport can they bo point and at the conclusion of one of Strauss' to the purchase of twenty dolls of my size ,vI,im, .Uu.. ,m, ,. .i rtm.ndM tha, m"mon.7 U due and "VfZl ', . .. ...v .ii held to be guilty as are the men of the pres- brilliant waltzes, the crowd of merry-maker- s uiwwoa irom my d Thlt fine stallion will given to orphans." Chicago .lb,oau,dn.,no,pTun., 'cc,J'ul, but ent threatened destruction of bird Ufa on surzed into the mam corridor to witness m.ka lha Ulvin nf ltfijl .( ' my p'ace, Ibnemllctlrom this continent Jg. H. I'O WF.I. L That they have been a cottln lifted end ways, with strouded purifier, It Is very nuicli superior to any Htinforil on tLe HUnlord thoughtlessly guilty of a large share of tho corpse as the occupant There other preparation of Saraparllla. All & Danville pike, at Buckten's Arnica Salve shrieks unusual destruction of birds the last threo were of horror from or four years I shall not pretend to deny. tho j)cr50tH of scrofulous or coiiMiinptivo tenThe Lett 8a'r In the world lor Cuts llruitea women and peals of laughter $15 to Insure a Hare ! I only protest against hearing all the sermons from the men, and Lord Seymour was hus- iforfrt, ;slt Bbeuia, rrer Horn. Ttter, Chapped dencies nnd especially deld-atchildren, in xoai. his Coiril at vnntjlfr nnd .nn. llan.in. CMIblalni Onrut and all -- kin Eruntlona. and songs aimed at them for what is a mere tled OUt Of aro suro to bo grcntly lioiidltcd bv Its Will make the aeaiua of II. . h ifi..i. airii . an I. a l.taiW mI.I Ih temporary caprice, when the steady and ducted to tho police station, lie won hi sn'l piMitlTly euros P1I44, irn pir " rf ulr., J, use." J. y, Starr, Lacoula, loWa, write-- : m2,ilxlefnbauilhlibl by WlllUni W!cb, I.t lSNrf.i in. 11.... U..1.T: uniform destruction of the birds and their bet, however, aud tho porfect of oollce was it nusranteol to 1t iwrfrct or money "For years I wai troubled with furnfu mnjieojiiwiiifinnian; ti in nutm Klt br (.Ilri lnBlanford, Ky.. and will eggs from year to year is clearly traceable ttmOIll: those Who cntnad tha m.xnlll.. refiiuiM. Pnc ii cam pr box. im )rmltt.l in aerra a priiinnt ?I i!rti Itlsirlr l.tw lfJMt. V..l For aalo by lous complaints. I tried several dlffvreiit to man and to him alono. Hattie Tyn" ban mot that tho royal prlnco gave on tho Pmuj .1 McAlltier ahlre, by Imp. .orkthlre; S.I dam Little Kiully by llmlttd nutubirol tat eut preparation, which did mc little, If nnv, Wagner, by Imp, Wagner; 1th dam fcmllv Hpeod O.iswold in Chicago Tribune. o;cuiQn, 3. , unronicie. by fuip. Urlathan; Sihdsra by rackoln; Cthdaiu 915 (ho An Old Citizen Speaks. good. Two battles of Ajit's Sariapii. Hcuhoii. by OranJrlTer, 7th dim br lleer Urinklng Hcer Mitkors. 3Vust Help llulld tho World. Mr J. M. tfnrrli. an nil cltUaa of Home, Gs. rllla cflt'ctcd a t'ompluto cuie. It It mv 8lh dam by Hannibal, Jib dam Maryland Hbceulx! Due jrhn by Ullky.by fow. Even the emperor of China must learn a eytthat he bad been bully troubled with Kid. opinion the. this medicine li the lirt el. (Sea Emllr Hpe d in hrure'a tud Book, Vol. . Jttf m , "T have ono man who drlnks lc glasses nt-l.page Ml Vermont ll.ial.letonhti fi n my liiarain A..I .1.. in....... aae, ana learn It well Ho must also each i F I'ompla'ct Or a great mtny yean and with ' blood i?.8. f?" ' or v.it. n. I Mi ""on i??.'.?!' mllS 9l? lV uJ hoa This answer was In rcnlv in ,...o.ti.. year plow, and sow and reap. Tho kings Ftz'iua for thtea years; at times could scarcely u. William Welch, with prlratw record of li, oolod. DinVlTl. w"'"1 " CO t ll of Franco wero by laws compelled to learn to now much beer the employes in the erraont belug a grand ton of ltyialyie'a If amble. nlk.au J u.l tried utnr reuieJIet wlihout ban. Ionian, the grandwt lire llrlng, and (llll'i Ver- uon aou baa trotted brewerios consumed. Tbe speaker iBt, bf fore be began takl.ig Kleitrlc bitters and trades, and to work at them. Ono becatno hit J in .' " mont combined, backixl by thorough bleed, ouzbt 27 with little Ta!a .M S.U"'f " Jn famous as a skilled blacksmith. True, you was a gentleman engaged in the olllco of an anointing hit bands with Bucklen't Arnica Sii. diatlngulthed blntelf V, uiniv HMV 1HIVS. UWIVU, ",r,d,' ir.V. a coun- mo plenty of now rich men and tho sons browing company. ! I will also aland at the tame plare a floe lack. teruart of Tlilt trratment afforded him great rellerand he of tho dy. of extensive is tho avorago C. E. Upton, Xavliua, X. jr., ilr.n.. i.!.T" ".?.rMr new rich men loafing around, but tboy do Imp. Vlctaw. "What consumption per tirucgly recommends Electric Bitters to all who apect and bis gait a'nd T .iVJ"?."?0:!?.'0. writes: "For a number of years I not last long. They land in tha gutter or manl" " tiios. itomxHo.v. suffer with Kidney Cimplalnti or need a Blood was troubled with a humor In my eyes, "About one and the state s prison, evury one of them. And gallons or Putiller. fck.M hy p.nnr A McAIItter. 0D'7 ,m"tr old that baa been bandied and unable to obtain relief until I forty glasses dally. As a rule our om- bo does overy man, as a rule, rich or poor, i. d . who will not work, nnd lend his hand Most Excellent. using Ayer's Sarapiirllln. I have u uit ! barrels a at 1100 wortb. During warm days like a patient aud level, I day-ne- arly J.J. Alklnt, Chief or Police, EnoxTllle, Tenn., taken several bottles, am Ricatly bene, this number is increased to sixty quarters wrllei: "My family and I are beneficiaries of your beaded man Joaquin Miller. fitcd, and believe It to be the bet of blood ,D DU level head and a good gai "" I and more. Each mnn rnn.rollv toi . .... moit excellent medicine. Dr. Klns'i Nw iii.,,,. purifiers." It. Harris, Creel Clly, H.imsey kteilUesBB'ilsBBMBsBBBSBBBSBBBBBBBBBBW. Cm tor Oil to Keiuore Wnrtn. glasses at one time, which would make the try (or Comuinptlon; haTing ,found it to be all Co., Dakota, wrltp: '! i,.,Ve been an A corro.pondent announces throuch ,f our i numbar tba visits to tho bar about twenty uiai ynu claim nr 1, aenre to testify to Its intc:ic sufferer, with Dyspep.la, for the columui tho virtues of castor oil in the re- - du,rIuK da' Allowing three minutes My friendt to whom I hare recommended It Kaile: Atb dam wild irr; ZZ U.V". '"P i'"d past three years. Six months ago I began .., moval of warts. "Constantly applied for I only for each time be knonb ntr wn.ii-tt...- . and can til irar hi, Dr, Klng'aNew ? 'thoroughbred fam is one hour which be loses In this way. Some pialt It at erery opportunity." lly If rfcouarr. I' ' to use uiu two to iour or six weeks each day Dlrcnvery for Consumptloa It guaranteed to cure Danrllle that is, once a day- -It has not failed In my of the meu have to walk half o block and Cwuglis, 'olli, Bronchitis, Aithuit, Croup Hhel. and er bands," says the writer, "in any case of any further, and it often takes about live mln. ery anVction of the Tbrost, the ssMsssssW5fi!ri;VtBsf !l"Sn BSr'71aSj3ssicxi Cbett and Lungs. Triutes." alzo or long standing. The time 'it Stoay Pannv al. Fraaaf- B.......I .V Multl.t.r'. mf. u. Ullllll -.. ,.v, n.i.,aiA.. takes ssBBBBBBBwaBW'esaHnlwri imwLWML9stLimSV'iiiiiiiW "Whore Is tbe bar generally located I" may try tho patience of the user, but If Large t'ze. it t.lJr.,ni"r5!.u.e.i..V. r month. Due car Uurs ",utt corner of the wash house. uuuiuiiy usm tney will get their slbleabouid any occur ''l,Ul Wl" not U '"P0: ,,- Positive Cure for Piles, In the removal of tbe wart without reward I , e pay a mau iM Por math to draw boor f leavinz -mUcSmSmBmmmwmmmmR J. T.- .vnvivi., . . niaarord. to the peopled tblt county we would lay that nny scar. I bave used it with some success in i?r iho and he earn h,s money, too. It has effected an cntlro cure, ami I am we hare been glreu the AgLcy of Dr. Marchltl'a He doa nothlug ol. other growths, and had beneflt enough U SentinoL fh.itik.n the 1.14 u 111! now as well as ever." Illci of that elite M jL-Vxnerit further trial Italian Pile Olntu.ent emphatically guaranteed ,. I remtitiu Gazette. I UPll u, ,.rr.e7r7,.Herrlc. The fine Im ported Norrain atalllnn, will irike the TOSIMVSW alma,, aaliirul VuRiV to cure or money refunded Internal, External, ... . Sold by all Druggists. u.lnnnflltR.1 .kM .1.1.1. ui ,i, .11 wrav. at JISSrOgr.iii.. gai .TI V..W . .., imu a. ..la .lai.iu is a singular fad that the common Blind Bleeding or Itching PI lit. Price 90c a box. It Trout" anil Other GeorgU FUli. rra i'.wiirijui., ti Miaruv tmos miles irom Hianford' hi "Pink Cottage,'' herrlog Is a tub which I'rico $1; Six bottles, $5. . rn, Ta. i i. I "i ditllcult to For til. by Penny AMcAllitcr, Drugglttt. The "trout" nf uvui, n rPy i. pi ww buu preserve it is most m llie lUi. auve . n.m i.(u - 1. , I, Treparcd by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Inland and Florida is not a trout but a black bass. atjuarlums, Flflren DollarM tho Ni.hoii, Pi2t.j it being to deliiato that the loss Daughters, Wires and Mothers. WrTi Pi: uur porcn are not parch but sunflsh. A Mass,, U. S. A. !.,scla..;r.,,M;.'.",,' Or 823 to futures Colt. Champo It a dark gray. even We emphatically guarantee Dr. Uarchltl'a Ca. jackisApickereL Catlish aro not all cat-lis- of sure a few scales during transportation 17)4 hands high, weighs 1,050 pounda and It U ilx to cause Itj death. ... The proprietor thnllron.a Female Itamedr. t rnrn Pairaln nia. aI.I ,.Jt. aa nt lfaa. w. some of them are bull pouts. Our ru.. w lltaihlll. ui .1.7 tie ta nr una ityin and action, goy.1 In tbe J0I01, w(. rlblied and pike is only found in southern waters of a Berlin aquariam tried vainly for several easet, such as Orarlan troubles, Indsmmatlon and large body, with well ahap.d thoiilileri; brad yiars to obtalu one, and did not succeed till Ulceration, Falling and Dliplaceme t or bearing and ncur the gulr. Our war mouthod perch one l aet 011. IN wai iian.irt". by of his men became expert enough to (. W. Htnli, is a rock bass. Qufnttne v(Ja.) Free Press. fulling, Irregularities , Barrenness, Change o I bl field A Co., nf Blootjiiulnn, III , sDt It. 183a catch one in a sort of glass balloon low. down f JL Llfa.LfUchorrhoia. baalja. man r weakneawa anrlntr. WltA 8TANK0BD, KY. r4HRFII,n. ere.1 with a net Chicago Times. "CHICHFRTro.c. .. 1. . RU v" log frorj the above, like Headache, Blo.t'ng, Spi Iian furSIx lluiulri-i-l MIIIIiiii. ,.r.::' Orls,.n cnni ,, The TyVr.7I,t7.: ! Tao Panama Canal company has been nal weaxnesi, aieepiettntas, nerrous ueiilllty, W. P. WALTON, - . Proprietor lf..Ql.l..;( KlII.M. H....f!. liaMipanumi to authorized to hsuo a loon for UOO.OUO.OOO i THAT HACKINU 'IUU rat. ut to quickly Palpitation of the flew Ac. For wale b Drug 'furthla. InWutlo... francs provided they can prove that this I CU"J by Shlloh's Cart, V Dr. gltti. Prlcet tl and fl AO oomn.ete iwrutatt. II L. J B. Marcblil, Uilrt. N. per bottle. Send to free. 8lxo of Stage, 20x50. Eightincluding acta of Seen 01 all kinds for tab-a- t rhran at the very ehraieit, V., Jr pamphlet, ery. Heating rapacity, lum will bo sutllclont to compkto the canalj Bourne. gallery, Toraalo br Penny A McAluur. Pruj-lit- t. ratot to gvod attractions. Piraieolro me a 'Mil htfnro buying elarwhrre. " MlM Ky ). , .,.,., , ,. iM-i- t Tho women hero lately had a great many sermons prcaehod to them about the destruction of bird life, the homilies, all excellent, and true, and admirable, being almost exclusively oddressod to thorn, as If they alone were to blame for tho slaughter of tho innocents. Now, while I ngree with every word that has been said about the Immense, unnecessary, and really fiendish slaughter of tha birds for millinery purposes, I hare discovered that even in this war of extermination the poor women nro not alone to blame. Fast RS hjUl bann flm ma..inrn t l.l.l. decorative purposes within the last few years, it can not bo said that to that cause mono we owo the threatened destruction of bird life on this continent Tin? most whole-sal- o process of extermination li the practice of gathering tho eggs of the birds along the seacoast. -- Egging' is a regular bulnas in the spring In many places along the coast, being carried to the greatest extent, perhaps, on tho coast of Texas, whoso Inhabitants regularly dovotj several days each year to the sport. It is mere wanton destruction, as the value of tha eggs for food is scarcely appreciable, and as barrels of them aro always crushed in tryjnc to trans- port thorn after they are gathered. For this business tho women are surely not to blame. leaves of colli on my dull brain with a senso of Strikes wrong. bpring to a sad heart, suddenly grown com, . oee.ns o vam ory, wokim MM and long I -- Lornbill Magazine, 1 and wold, Those omerald spacei betwixt ... .. I I I A TALE OF A CYCLONE busy. 4tln la a. flHf-r,l......I.... -- - f . ho need be, for It is a very dIUlcult thing to koepthe AlAAltal on theso stations corroetlr regulated. The vibration at tho station! tausod by the sudden jerking! of the trains, as tboy eome to a standstill or start away, la enough to knock ovon tho best clock out of kilter. The amount of vibration is differ- pretty the other day when a man came tu and began to wind up tho clocks. He compared the time with his watch and, after oxqbangt log a few words with tbeagocAv boarded a train going down town. "That is tho road's clockmakcr." said Um agent, "lie has charge of all tho clocks In all the stations on the olemted roads. (la comos hero every Tuesday, m on that day be inspects and winds all the clocks on the Third Avenue road. They aro eight-daclocks, and so need winding only oneo a week. If tho clocks get out of order he is notlflod, and repairs them. That keeps him A Skilled Man Looks After Them All, nntl ThoyKeen Pretty Good Time. A reporter sat In the Fifty-nintStreet station of the Third avou elevated road h B1 aSLirTO RECOATD This fln mmhlna.1 BtBtllAn iii .k. w.... son of 1880 at tuy liable, new Hhelbr Cltr. In ijnroincouniy.on tne Bh.lbjr Clly and Knob Lick turnpike road, st Mjq JEWEL I MACKINAC. Summer Tours. Iao. CabTPB, I. CUtr, OaAUaa $15 Season or $20 to Insaro a Oolt. 1UJ.UW miri. SriT m .i. fV?u'oWl.,n nn Bprlnff, wm aired P thai - ""--""- -- reir uy Uwli Cunningham's Al.l U.l.l..i oju tt.. "i First itim Ulfinla l. ivaiuinainn . He 5 lr ra twenty-fou- RUU (Alii 10 .m. hi ml a isi A Inrhoj am Palaos Bteamers. Low Rates. Four Trlpa par Wk Balwaaa DETROIT, MACKINAC ISUND St. Alpaaa. RarrUvUl. Bvtry Waa POWD Absolutely Pure. r Umoiand wore tha times -- defeat! only twice. Ilemadoten abowa lait wimo at Danrllfe. KtrksTllle, lUchuiondand Lcxloiton and woro ten blue rlblrant. laiturara will Im nirnltK.! m.,m i uun.v.i rate. Parting with tnarea forfelta thsluiurance. Urn retained on all colts until amice chares are paid. I will alio stand at ths iatn stables tho Una J aek slick tie twentr-two ?...T.V,,fc"8rMUnD0WD' 5,r' H. C. I'stTla's Old Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, prinlum animal, from a colt toauagMmira. waia 8oonJ Jew-- I of Dary Crorkett; 4th dam by a valuable old t.wntfw..:.Ljr:.vsi"'i.i ." nd. habn shown llui-tonrlll- e, PMtl taadajrTttpa dttrtajniy and Aonal. OUH iLLUSTRATtD PAMPHtCTt ataa and nauriljn TlakaU snu b fUrolaoad IT Jou Ttakat Aftnl, or tdintt C. 0. WHITCOMB, a.'l Pan. A,.nt. Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co. DETROIT AND CLEVEUND Houa. laarisa dty. Cay Eiiwhs Oo to J. T. Ifarris BLACK HAWK! SI 1 &., 121-l- PLATT'SAPPOLLO s SUGAR .Ssx Gilt Edge :" "iii SHIRT, j4 CATHARTIC COATED j f'CI wr";:".:i"' iuin &Silver King "" SID PLATT. MYERS HOTEL, sa? 1 sea-bird- CURE ...".':,..""." WALKER, -i tb STANFORD. KY, Propr 0d and oim '.?'. "ft works-includ- 110-l- to-da-y "ip ," fifolilty. $rfy Abdallah Gloncoo 3. i: ught l it 55 h SKfJBiiift sale-rob- wax-wing- s. ds Ayer's Pills, THE BEST. salt-cellar- s, .i.. ?.": JS h..K.M "','. ..'. ':?.'"''". ch;K o COl-Ilt- '. Kn,n. r0In.V'r.b.'I!! "is." HW n; r ". .' Mcelroy, Vermont Hambletonian. rfe: ' n ward-robean- Blood '" '"" ysio DanvilJo Wilkes JL '"' I Purifier .:::. wll,,, a ""' .: ono-fourt- h world-buildlii- ij. com-mencc- CMA1VEPO ,feirlfclaytt i.Bv vir-tu- u. Sarsaparilla ATEE'S rmlfffirVr lLWmSsX9smKiU aTssfllKsBHQolwW'9 1 dTl.'V2dd asaf ."'.?'. J: 110-t- -- li '..... ". "" -- b, eat a.ai rod-flnn- .u A OPERA HOUSE wi-l- NNYRQYA7 113-l- Pn i DElLiA.2J"3l?S "" , lnr. u.miiitioy oiri:.H. "" ,u-- "- Vui,j"ii.v '(blili-.- . I' L.U niiwraii