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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886071601 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. genu 0 mtmlm mtefiif VOL. XIV. rnI STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1886. c NO. 142. V ' end; three of them wera banned In Eagland; abundant stock, farms resdy cleared, rtri JAMES II. McCIlEARY three otl pardoned; while ten perSidx-soil and het wiehes of everrbjdy eoi n t k , Candidate for to Congress, aubject Ira In Tahiti in consequence of their villian-ou- s the romance away. They began to tr tothe action of the Democratic party. I have one bull and ose mattered natives, VnbUitUril TunUtin FrUlav tnament of the ilmple-mlnd- ed the bid outside world; bectme a p and several good yearling, entitled to a -- a The latter turned upon thorn in derptration of frequent cll and visitation; and, nl-- ! H. K. TAYLOR, rrgUter,forialecliei, A, 31. FKItAM), tjt'-n at last and murdured the ruffhns, who ao the 700 or 800 people of of the minted Stanford, Ky. Of I.OOAN COUNTY. Ii a Candidate, or the offlo l 11311 ANNUM, CAtill. fW orHupcrlntend.nl of Iattrucllon, lubltct maltreated them and eipeclally their wires. Eoglish and Tahiti blood now occupying to the Democratic State Convention. t understood ir we credit thit U.M will be ex! The 9 landed in Pitciiru in 1700, burned Norfolk have become very like other pected and deuisndtd. the Bounty, after getting out everything worldlings. The last Importation to the Is THOMAS Z. MORROW, I will offer at public a!e to to tbe highest they could use, and there they were. land has been a Methodist organ'zaiion, Saturday n.xt, Jttlu SO, a good Uouie, Of Pulaski county, Is the Itepuullcan candidate Ham and Stable with i W. P. WALTON. Attn of Land, at Fletcher Christian, the ringleader of the that breaks up foraver the external unity, Highland, well fenced. Sale at 1 o'clock. For par- for Judge in tbe Sth Judicial District, ticular apply to T. FA IISIKU. mutineers, was one of these tho most dar- of what had been from the beginning a WILLIAM UEItXDOX, ing and intelligent of the lot. I saw hia church founded on the old hlhloaml prayer Ot Lancaster, Is the Ilppublicsn -- andldate for Com. grand daughter at nervico in Komuera book taken from the Bounty. Norfolk Is 15. roon weal ta's Attorney in tbe Sth Judicial DIs i i chapel last Bunday morning, and shook land, with a few more "sects" in full blast if ii. Mfmi trict. Election August id. Prataa the Lord. God i Love and Noth handa with the grand son of another of the and the heart burnings that follows the set Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, BindHviili ing Elge." i'itcilrn inlanders, who cime to hear me ting up of rival organize I ns, becomes so ers and Reapers, hod james b. Mccreary. preach at night. They wero about whnt painfully a common thnu that I drti't care MT. VERNON, KY. Crab Orchard, - . Kentucky. 8.B. MAHilOA, Oil FniBNDLY Islfj, We present above, a ptetty fair pictwe uied, in the days of slavery, to call to write any more about It. IM-lBoirric l'Aoino Ocean, May 23, 18S0 ure, of our dlotinguiehed CongreBiman. quadroonr; she a tall, queenly, graceful CONTINUED NEXT ISSUE. n This old and Hotel is still CONTINUED FUOM LAST IWJUK. fine reputation. Charges reasonable Washington life has agreed with him and young woman, with attractive features and The Prtsident'e Vetoes. no Mow Sfeclal attention to tbe trarellng public. And I wonder that wwb mn (ire T particularly brilliant oy; he a medium-sit- ed hai added many pounds to hia already lib The veto by the President of tie innu to etc what l colnu on arouuil theui. The and young fellow, intelligent-lookineral avoirdupois, notwithstanding the hard ' SCIIiUU day of belief, on the authority of theeldere, very like a Spaniard or Portugese. She Is inerable private bills granting pensions to work he his undergone, fur no member baa who could not obtiin them under our It off; men We will hold our annual Fair on the Hteaui haa trained ia forever (tone assistant in one of the Auckland public served his district better or been more unqualified clectricltr hn lUahed it Rwaj; ludoiiemlent school', and lia a OMiial visitor, having liberal lawj meets with lh 2-U- h faithful to his constitueati than Gov. InTMtlcalinu and the llcenr-- of tho print come over in the Norfolk Iiland schooner, commendation of the people. These votoci I will delivj-- r Ice to regular customers In Tbo aepinnts for his poeition Stanford give en nuurance long needed of cue and AT TMK I IK premi hae reasoned ami rldlculrd it ofl wniuiy every morning at recognize tbe invincible hold that be has that plic-- i at rather long but regular intercourage In the Whlto House which will of acep. crowing, ita pedlatcl; and thti One Ccut on the people of his district and appreciatvals between there and New Zialatd, But Pound. Woods Grove, protect the Treasury from C'jngrejs and the t.'eiaro hia flven the coup tie orucf. THehtly to continue tho story begun above. ing otter the uselesncs9 ol measuring lances rhCnCOeUuQ,:rVu.t,.,:0 ClMOf "ch WOnth' ' lobbies. had Where It was held last year, For or wroORly, it ii j?one forsyer. It appears that Fletcher Christian and Tho ugo3ilpn comos from Washington with him, have with one accord decided to mtf J. IlAItllOjr. be-fbetter fte the fact in lrme, and meet it give him a :!er fiild, an honor not accord- A LIST OF PIIE3IIUMS, sfcO., his 8 Eagllsh and 0 heathen comrade, our fine boa and glrln crow up Infi having no "fear of the LOitD" before their that eome democrats who, with republicans, ed to any man in the Sth for many a year. Write for clrcnlara. have suflsred from the President's painstakto Cl. Inero)l In it del ami ro eye', soon found that Pilctlrn was anythirg ing investigation of the private bills, will Under this state of cms it would seem uee- J. X EJIlinr, Vreatdcnt. bodr. 1 aeo the tnadneu of obntlnicv In but a Paradise. They soon "fell out by the FOR less to hold a convention to nominate him, 127-t- d J. B. WALKEll, Secretary. tend themtelvos to some pUn for overrid agony parent, till I could hnek for Oottoge Bread aud Fxesh Oako3, Straw-berriebut he prefers, like '.ho true democrat that way;" quarrelled, fought and finally it came apprehension a to reaulta. U, mj friends, to murder and mutual purposes of extermi- ing the President's objections. We trust he is, to have the endorsement of his party Ioe 0eam, Batter kept on ioe. you had better reTlae your own belief re- nation. The worst came on in consequence tliis is not Irue. We have uo idea that a and the recojnizel rigit to carry its banfresli and nice; Ice to retail; Ice-col- d ! ceived by "tradition from the eldete," and of tho persistent tyranny of the whites over two thirds vote can be secured in theee ner. Therefore a dinar. fil'nrroT Ala nA T . -cl I hsi b;en made by b" Is "u .uouiuuuuo, often "making Told the law of Clod,' than the blacks, and the murderous culmination, caes, but we regret to see any disposition the constituted authorities for county Don't forget that it " headquarters for good But. among democrats to antagon'Z) the Presiins i. fr. July 21st, 22danrJ 23d, 1886. upon your children bjlietin them to insist " iai'lt to b; d at 2 r. it. at the Court in the same maltreatment of the Tahiti bicauce you do, and your father did in an wives, that had already cost their mutinous dent when he is so clearly right. House in the various counties of the disTaat the republicans should oppose him FIRST DAT. age when auoh a pies ia no longer, for a comrades their lives iu the island they bad trict on July 31, to appoint dtlegatea to is natural and is expected, but democrats to tmratnt, tenable Hon much .Itr Jack Sleek, Sheep, Hiddle, Buggy and Draft left. The black fellows banded and conthe convention to be held at Danville, Iloreoa. r th wild spired; murdered Gve of the whites and require their Representatives in Congress August Cth, to nominate a democratic can agree with them to c SECOND DAY. ground, aa impmeyi, and atep by etep, at drove the other truer, one of them rcrerely to stand firm in this (tension basinets, and didate for Cougrsss in thb district. Keutiiclij'H Home East -FOB Cattle, Thoroughbred How and Ilarneta Horses, whaiorer coot, balld u eomtlhlnt; tint will wounded, into the "bush" of the mountain roll back the tide of communism which, The representation will be one delegate nnd Mules. Washington, Phlladolphia and under the guise of panslons, private and for and eu'y lliMt wIJly eirneai gullies back of the settlement. Theso, in each 100 votes cast for Kxott and oze Now York. THIRD DAY. (juwiione, that you on no more .quell turn, driven to desperation and moro general, threatens to sweep away all the for each fractiun over GO Anderson cast Tho only line running ten fertile in and curb than yuu on halt N'Ujrar reiturce, and darincly courageous barriers erected Jo pro'jjct tbe treasuro of 1,033 votes for him and will be entitled to Saddle Horsti, Combined Qlngi and 8wce;atal-PULLMAN tfEW SLKEPIXO CAW jre.nl alnve the precipice. than the simple natives, managed to sur the peoplo from tho bauds of the politi- 11 vote; Boyle with 1,009, 11; Garrard ltodjtcrs. cians, itjprtfjentatlvea must not allow 1,040, 10; Jackfon 1G5, 2; Jessamine 1,210, I am returning home with the full prine the latter and inurderod tho whole six Music by Wolf A Trost.ol Islington, Ky. that all lh&o qntriei can bo fairly in a aerlss of attacks. their interojt io one person to blind them 12; Liurel C7S, 7; Lincoln SOLID U, Madi- FROM a thy rttrlainly hare not yet to the interests of the wholo paople, and on eon 2.213, 22; Mercer 1.013, 10; Owsley 191, Toe 1 lemidoin j Englishmen, with 8 or 10 GEO, M. GiVENS, President. Louisville, Cincinnati & Laxington, Ey. until women and a growing community of chil- theas pension matters at least the demo- 2; nd the firm perueiou that been R5ckcwtle7S2.S; Shelby 1,473,15 and J. B. COOK, Secretary. Hl-tto Washington Oity, they are aniweici all eipe.ilrnia to allay dren, led an uneasy and suspicions exist- cratic ptrty should be a unit in opposition, Speiuer 072, 7; total, 131 delegsles Connecting in the same depot with are ence, and Sitao still minsgel to sow dis- -- O J. k: the demand! of lhl itijuUititc Fast Trains for Now York. The State Teachers' Association waa in Tain in the end, and will only recoil in ten- cord, until the women, unable to endure Th Direct Route to Mothers. ! Lynchburg. Daavllle, Norfolk and all session in Louisville last week. It passed fold .III inter. Taking th! "bull by thj the orerbeiring tyranny of the men, In ice There are upon the skin of every human ar.d North Carolina Points. """" horns" U the only fair method ami the on attempted to murder them. They were heinj, child and adult alike, 2 300,000 a resolution favoring Federal aid to educt-tio- n For tickets and further Information, epplr to and eppointcd a committee to find out youruearcstttckotomcoor adJrcss W. W.ilor ly one God will own and bleu And with forgiven and life dragee 1 on iu the unrest pores. Through these pores is the form of To aty person remitting us roe, Ooneral Agent, Losln ton, Ky. what little 'lueniure of the grace given to ed way, till one of these committed suicide insensible perspiration, is expelled more from each candidate for Congress his views W ft ,,Ci"!i1M W. FDI.Z.ER. 2d Pmldent, Oon'l Pr.M'r Ae't, mi" I may pwtas, I will drive at thia one in a fit of delirium tremens and two of the than one quarter of the nourishment taken upen thia question and to have the same .w.uwu-- i if'uia. point till I get a hearing. I ihall got one others agreed to kill the third, bcaus ho Into the system. The importance of keep- published in tin newspapers of his district. We will tend the bo well enough, la the end I auiatirr, for the questions are had threatened to iUy them both. This ing open these perepri.ition valves upon a The orject in view may euch burning ones that even thia hurry half judicial execution, half murder, they child's body is aecond only to that of di- but ir strikes us that the resolution smacks Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Richmond curry ate rujet halt now and then and lit accomplished by braining him with an nxe. gesting the food eaton. It wis to open tho a little too ini;h of politics. And the New York World one year and a they go harrying And now but two were left; and a final pores of the of the skin and to neimulate Herald. Concert Grand, ten to tbera The A party cf nine ladles and gentlemen by uow without atopptng ia lint all ioquiry murder was only prevented by tho death of the food that Dr. Pitcher formulated Cab Parlor Grand, HISTORY OP TKS UNITED STATES, strayed away fn.ia the main body of their haa bjen ttlilji or micked thin fir, and the one of these wretched survivors from conBaby Grand, torii. Loose bowels, constipation, fevers poor world ia weary of aiklng what ia never sumption, brought on by exposure and neg- and cruptinus which are so constant among party in Mammoth Cave Uet week and Upright Grand, Express paid, bound;tn leatherette tree calt, were lost. Tneir lights west out and they ofs20pgeandcontlining22 fine engrarlngs. gilt, "The fatheri ray," "it lect. fairly aniwered Square Grand. d It infants and children, and which kill At this Juncture tho "last man," John day Is tbe most comprehensive work of the kind around hath been iilJ of old licit;" it tho cndltt We re opening the iurt care'ully relcctod, tbe being history In the ordinary tense; of all children before they are five wandered finally in the darkness all found hitting on the banks It Is a condensed cewinsper file for too ly ears. and were finest atd ttat stock of reiteration they are to iuptlienl of. They Adams by name, found himelf tho nomiyears old, arise principally from thejo two exciteWereserTe tho rltthi to withdraw this offer old (oit am ao alow to nal head of a community of G women and csures. It is from the wonderful results of Echo river in a fearful etite of know, what we PIANOS AJsi witnoul notice, o remit at once. IQA.H ment. W P. WALTON, Stanford, Ky. own, that the day o' all tint aittlrment by 20 children of diflering agr, some of these attendant upon the use of Cistort in regEver brought to this city t, Tery irsuumont is Cnpt. AlexG. cf Frankfo-litter already stalwart lads, growing up to ulating the stomachs and bowe's and keep-in- s authority ii foraver gon. tbe pride of an artist an pr.crs rJDjje fioui 10 to is dead of cancer. 23 percent, lower tuan other dealers ak for the (lueatim a wild, untutored msnhood, that gave Hut give them aa r.niw to the sane goods. IVnoni ol musical ar.J rt oulture open the pores of the skin, that Cisto-r- ia ar Invited to an Inspection of thnbiauilful, cultl. Buckleris Arnica Salve they aak and you will Hod them atop and promise of speedy trouble ahead, unless acquired its world wide reputation. TateJ. refined tone and artist designs c! these celeThe best SalTe In tbe world for Cuts. Bruises brated Instruments listen eagerly. I d not know to whit cz something was done to turn the dreary cur- With plenty of water for the body, pure Sores, Salt Rbcua, Forer Sores, Tetter, Chapped tent I cm do thU. I know what hat given rent of their hitherto hopelesi history. Tho "tVorld-renoHiiKtialio, the Faair for tbe lun;s, nnd Castoria to csstmil-lat- e Hands, Chilblains, Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions, And hers was the turnine point. This me rent, but it mar fail in reeling other. mous Decker & Sou. the Poimlur Evand posltlrely cures Plies, or no pay required. I, tho food, there need be no unaccountB; Gd' grace I will tell it out aa bet I ionelv man did what so many mUerable ed for sickness among children. Cistoria Is guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or money erett nnd the ICcllublo Xcw Kngland IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by turned Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, can. Alrtadf I eo these three yeara arc people have done in cruel strait Pianos, is a vegetable prescription without morA Fovcr, Dumb Ague, Hlllous Fever, Invaluable, for the cxpsrience thoy have his despairing eyes God ward. This U the phine or other narcotic property. Thirty Penny McAllitor. " Fever), Liver The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and I)cngue (or " UreaU-bon- o Hhat Can Be Done ? bro.ight me. I ciu'd never h&vo louned best snjwer to every phase of scepticism, yearn extensive ueo has given it a history Complaint, nnd nil diseases arising from tne Jolin Uiiuroh a Oo. Organ. By trying again and keeping up courage many Malarial poisons. viz: The simple fict that when the devil know now ia the buiy rnah of conwhat I never attained by another medicine. things seemingly impossible may be attained. Plrnse communicate with asfjrietaloguet, terms "Harpers, S. C, July 9, lSSf. and prices. stant evangelistic meeting. Whether I drives a poor eoul to bay, at that worst Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver H. II. V Ij J. ( OOU, Spntnl Ag'ts. Mr. Mann A Kit aid ov The Veto. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d Complaint have been cured by Electric Blttors, cm ipeak it out in auch a tone aa to k ecu re point, often, whero all hope seems gone, a'aiifuM, Ky. "man's exlremttyjturns into Ood'd oppor- "Ijl'deec,Tom, you were at Gettysburg after everything else had been tried In vain. So Fever, OrBOsE It. ItlCUAItD, ost.btSte. with Chills and a hearing and Riin umjiiI, reuiair.8 to he don't think there Is no cure for you, but try Elec references A M. having Chills every other day. ter, J. St. 1'hllips, It. Teunr, ' Mrs i.dE.J.imf Carpenaoan. 1 am truttin; tho dear LORD about tunity" end Satan is baulked of Ida prey. weren't you?" Beat-letrie Bitters. There Is no medlolno so safe, eopuro J M Stan'or Tom '"No, sir; wasn't lit the army Ht aud so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters and lie haa never failed me yet, Nor do John Adams in his lonely wanderings on After trying various remedies ard; (ten. W ;J Mie. Mrg.ie iKiltii.H I.tmoj Orch1Mb it lluff-mal.andrs.i BLd i!Us to cure, used a heights of llut lit' nil." recommended the CMguy wtll cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of I believe He will now. lil-Iy- r Lancurv r, Ky tie island, found Ood (or ''rather was found always heard the Kidneys. Invaluablo In affections of Stomach lottlc ofAyer's Ague Cure, and Mr. Mann "Why, I have 0.10 of tho thrilling excitcmontrf of uv end Ltver, nnd orercomo all Urinary Difficulties. boyhood haa lately been reawakened and I ol (i A"), and give himself to Him first for thttyou served during the whole war. largo Bottles only 50 cents a bottla at Penny A have never since had a chill. EDWJjY HARPER." guidWhoro did you loee your arm?" want t ) arou-- the sympathy of my readers personal ealvatior; then for hourly McAlIster. rrtErAitnD by en he became by the logic of faith a ance Tli Tom -"- Took ofl in a eaw mill." on the Huiijectif I can. Excitement in Texas. oonversatijn Focc is eyeing Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. zealous proptgandUt. The fullno'i of hlscew Wo have mont of ua read in brief the Dnriui: the Great excitement dm been cautod in the vicini. Sold by all Druggists. hletory of the mutintere of tho chip lie Im allowed to ovcillow into other lives Torn with atnaxenunt staring nut of bi- ty of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable recovery of v,s. Mr. Minn havint: retired, iie cays, Mr. J. E. Cvrlcy, who was so hclplMs he could not "Bouuty," dating in iu aad brginningi at and theoutcome win theoonvsrslon of nis lotbat God,whohad bioi his 'Toto, what do you mean, lying in that turn In , or raise his bead; everybody cald ho far luck n 1789 How 25 ol Capt. Ullgh'a was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. crew, conoplring, overpowered the remain- Savior, Strange to rolatn, a copy of tho wuv? You meet1! lou know a cannon Ktug's Kow Dltcorory was aant blui. Finding ro ing IS, forced them, with tho captain, into bible and ono of "common prayer," as uied ball look ciT your arm and that you have a Mel, ho bought a hro bottle and a box of Dr Ufa Pills, and he had tha Bhip'rf launch, with a limited supply of hy the Church ol England, had survived wnr record that an man ought to he Klng'sNcwboxes of Pills nndby tbe tlrao the Dls two boxes of taken two & MISSISSIPPI 11 H water ind provlnion, and cast them locfo these drjidful vicissitudes and to those the ttruud of." coTery he was well and had gained in flesh thlr to the lonnly oescun turned for comfort in tho Tom "Yew, I wa proud of it oner; but for 3,000 uiWe x to make their way pounds. Trial bottles ol this Uroat Discov eince the soldiers have taken to begsrfnK ery for Consumption (rce at Penny A Mc.Ulitcrs Thodlrf-c- t through line ard old established route nearest abode of civiifi'd men. Tno mu- hour of his need. from Adauis died In 1829, but others wsm rals for pensions and office, I'm ashamed to le'. tineers themtelvea aalled away to Otahoite Positive Cure for Piles. et up to Oil his place, and the lovctr little anybody know I wan in tho nrtny. I don't To tho peopled tills county we would say that Louisville & Cincinnati to' St. Lonis whero 10 (or Tahiti, as now written), nnd all points in the West. wint to dhirraca uty children, you know wo haie been given tho Agency of Dr. Uarchlsl'a by their own choice, risking drUc com nunity prospered tinl multiplied, numawny." Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Two (It Dally Trains from Loulsrllle to St. Louts You'1! oblige me by not tjivins me tion and punishment rather than to go fur awav frnoi a tempting world, until its n sV. &HEcrt?--'dkiofTThroe (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to cure or money refunded Internal, External, isu v is. "13H '. 'r f L'ueton Transcript. toHt. Louis. ther. Then, how the 0 remaining, preyed ber outgrew tho contracted limlls of Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Frlto 80c a box. tJKlI51?i ri .. t'T Only IO hour from Loulsrlllo and Cincinnati away to "parte un- land harely 5 milei in circumference and fay fear, resolved to tail A y'VJWn-'r-to 't. Louis. Mrs. Carolina Ilenedsct, of Syracuse, For sale by Penny McAliatnr, Druggists. known" and cover up all traces of their with but 000 acres of arable Iind. The Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan Daughters, Wires and Mothers, N l' . need 00. died of starvation, harinc whereaboula; preyiouBly, having married was rocky mountain, 1,000 feet above the got a Through Slooping Car We emphatically guarantee Dr. Manhlsl's Ca- days, during which fisted for fifty-thr0 Tahiti men, set at Its grcatett altitude. Tahiti wive and periuadeu tliollcon,a Female Kenedy, t cure Keiaalo DIs CiuclO'tl toot. Louis. Norfolk Island had baen a penal station tluieshi UUeJ no solid food, drank to esses, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation nnd threo of them also with wive, to join them line running St IVA. Isthtonlyfrom LoulsTllle was about to be abandoned water, subsisting on a cup of weok tea and Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaceme t or bearing rni10 f How they made ofl In the Bounty and w.re of England and XUU J. 06 through down frilling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o n few teaspoonruls of whisky. and Cincinnati to.Si L uls, all other routes being how as out of the way ami insufilclent for conna more heard of for 18 years. Then, It is uow stated that Huntington will Llfc,Leuchorrhcea,be4ldeemany weaknessessprlng. uado up of a comblnottou of small roi.li, Ono littln n vagrant ship, stopping In hopo ol lotting vict settlement purposes. This ing from tbe nbove, like Ueadachc, Bloating, Spibuild his now Chesapeake A O&to road nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, lUllwar runs Island Islet, uchlii the slto of Pilcsirn, waa turned Nervous Debility, The Ohio A Mississippi trains; Luxuriant rtlatlal a littlo water at an Pur- blepliu Cars on iilxlit govern southward from th Ohio river, instead of Palpitation of tbe Heart, Ac. Tor by Drugloi Cars on day tr.tlus; Elegant Day Coach- called Pitcalrn, supposed to be uninhabited, overasafrne gift by the- British as at first pro- gists. Prices 11 and 81 SO pr bo'tle. Send to Dr. es on all trains. ' agreed to no northward from Nashville, made the astounding discovery that on that ment to the 191 Islanders, who change is said to be in the ln J. B. Marcbltl, Uilca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Direct and closo connections ..re made In UNION DbTdTrf with dlveiglog lines by tbeO. A M. ocean lived a community cupv it instead ol their own beloved but posed. The little speck in tho For sale hv Penny A McAltstvr. Druulsts. Hallway, tnus avoiding troniivsoiue transwas a hard terest of economy in transportation of sup. The Bucket Pumh & Water of Eagllsh speaking men, women and chil- now too rurrow possessions. It fers by othr routes. -! of strain upon them to leave tho spot of thoir pliei and material. Tbe Ohio A Mlsllppl Railway is the only lint dren; 10 in number; in such a condition between Louisville, Olnclnuali and Hi. Louts A fearful earthquake occurred in New Is an luipr'nrMii-- . t ' sur I'jiupo yet millennial happtne.M, purity and simplici- birth, natural and spiritual, and the graves under ono nintinge'iimt, runntng all iu InveutHl (k r u last month, followed by volcanic Tbi ips .virendlDif M'l E'evtr Ibot- rr trains throufh solid and In consequence When Baby wm elck, wo gave ber Castorla, can only regret, considering nf tinny of their kindred, for a strange Ztaland cndlDgfiit ') w ty that one tttcula'es h 'r 'riHii l'.j t. bela recogniud First-Clatorn to tip ii t l.in I Mri, rrtuovi, g viglet, away. eruptions, which devastated a iireat deal When ahe waa a Child, she cried for CastorU, tween those Cities what hai since hsppencd, that they were pise, tuoro than a thousand miles wale' liuc m " i .1 ri ijii. W4i-- Die f. uioT- by the Annlr to ttckrt Aceu a of countctln liars for th-recognlzid the necessity at la-t- t and of the country and killed people When ahe became Miss, ahe clung to Castorla, all color. tufll TAfeJiii'i (ult mrtliulars as to rates, time, tuaos. olrculors Ing luipiOK.) i, ever discoiered, if half their romantic sto But " iiVli get!T.;i! has ,'i an ch trans'er-rdhundreds. A whole range of mountains In 1850 the piternal gove'nment When abe had. Children, ahe gavo them Castorla., or any desired information, or wrltn to cun Issoldtr.'tl i. nun nuly, ,iMia lui e J, a link, ry is true. ItOliT. II. KOilMAM, a fiat pice i,t m isold Iron Istrde llu not them, big and bigga?, to tbclr new 120 mllos long belched forth flame aud ag-at ii', rMjaert. K.y, dlsmUa the other uoromnnilo pouiun ii irav. To rut-)tblJ.- i rurrur.se u innui v- W.M PEABODV. W.B.SIIATTUC, lava and tbe atmostphere wa darkened V., iilty r. of the crew, who onlv turned out common home Oew. PaM. AgM, Pres. ami Oon'l Mjn'gr, CinciuuAtl, O. si i ttfadv fitrrilthed houe, plendld rend", ford.tyn by ilylnsdust. 0TlmlnaN and "came to i ver unromnntlo notice:. ail $ lJ3-lt- Pa-dl- JPublicjile bid-der- GEO. O. BARNES. f&mfflMIr'W mwmmiwm 1 O. MAIEKIS, Ag't BfEWCOMB IIJTJE1, g Kirksville Fair y. 23cl and Buriiam of July, ICE! ICES! IC23! Per oro It t" Go to J. T. Ifnrri.s .-- .J. ttt Hustonville Fair ni CM W Nil A IT e aut'rd TRAIN d A 13ig Offer THI6EE DOX.I.A.IS3 " T PIANOS ! one-thir- 1 Ague Cure I AVER'S nl Jlo-K- wavo-biots- n I e ls bt-d- O. Sz M. ty-sl- 01 fr &&rV. H s -- rt ee i'.-o- 1 -- as-'- ss i r . d I r "! o. n. mi GUIS. ' &, I i After a most painful illness of five weeks Since last writing we have been joined by duration, Mrs. Lizzie P. James, wife of G. gan Young in Anderson; old feud. Reiser & Co., wholesale dealers in mil- a large number of guests, with the excep- W. James, departed this life July 0th. The - July IB, 1880 Stanford, Ky linery, Louisville, havo assigned, with lia- tion of a few, from the cities. The crowd deceased was born at Dallas, Pulaski countoday is larger tban a year ago by a good ty, Ky., June 10th, 1841, and was scarcely bilities of $25,000. Secretary of State, J. A. McKeniie, many and a large hack load Is looked for in the prime of life. Her father wai Major W. P, "WALTON. Eyeryono enjoys himself to the John Bobbitt, who emigrated from tho State haa declared himeotf a candidate for Con fullest extent and a livelier or more jolly of Virginia to Kentucky and married the gress in Laffoon'a district. proDEMOCRATIC TICKET. Cholera is spreading in Italy and in a crowd can bo found nowhere. widow Hays, daughter of Thomas 8tigall, virulent form, many of its victims dying gram of the dy is as follows: At 7 A. M. Esq. She was of ancestors somewhat reFor Superior Judge Joswii Bibeodr. For Circuit Judge J. W. Alcobk. the guests are awakened by the Brass Btnd; markable on both sides. The Btigalls were an hour after being attacked. " Commonwealth' Attorney It. C. A Washington photographer haa se- immediately after breakfast a game of ten noted for their love of money and the acqui" County JuJgcT.W. VjUWOH. cured 22 diffierent negatives of Mrs. Cleve- pins is played; then rowing or rambling un- sition of property and tbe Bobbins for their " Circuit Clcrk- -J. r. Bailet. til 9.30, after which the crowd is preceded mechanical skill, attainments in letters and Cooper. County Clcrk-U.- B. land, each of different style and position, " Kherifl-T.- D. Nkwlahd. New Albany & Chica- by the Band down to "Bebe's Groto," a the valor displayed in tbe army of NorthThe Louisville, " County Attorney D. It. darssTKB. go road is offering an excursion rate to the cool resort under one of the mouutains, ern Virginia in defense of the "Lost Cause." " Alienor E. D.Kkmsedt. Milwaukee 8uengirfest of $10 for the round near br which runs a stream of as clear I have been informed by an ex Confederate ' Jailer 8. M. Owass. 11 Superintendent Common flchooli J. A. Boolk trip, to leave Louisville July 20th, at 5 water as Col, D, G. Slaughter tells of at his soldier now living in this county that one p y " SurTeyor F. B. Howard. resort. For an hour or so the concert lasts whole company of General Lee's army The little receiving office of the Cin- until the ioyful sound of the dinner bell is was composed of She her relatives. Senator Vance Is credited with mak- cinnati Consolidated Street Railroad Com heard. After dinner we do as we choose; a was educated at Crab Orchard and safe good many sleep; at 1 the river is dotted ing the unanswerable query at a New York pany was entered by burglars and the Danville and at oighteen was considrobbed of between $1,000 and $2,000 in with bathers; at 5 the concert on the river ered one of the most beautiful demonstration "If the spoils do not belong women is given and at 8:30 the dance begins, thus in Lincoln county. Sbe leaves five chilto the victors to whom do they belong?" cash, besides a largo number of tickets. Senator Butler, of South Carolina, of- giving us abundant time for eaoh amuse- dren to lament hot irreparable loss, An opposition paper immediately mired All of fered a Bubititule for tho River and Harbor ment. Who wouldn't be satirfud with a them are exceedingly bright the old story that Mr. Vance evidently and intelligent exday spent in euch a way? thought they belonged to him and his fam- bill, appropriating $10,000,000, to be and some of them tbe most tallented and by a board of govornment posi- pended as may be necessary A pretty sight from the hotel is a row of brilliant in Kentucky. ily, as he had secured at Could medical army officers to be appointed by the Secrebrightly-paintemade skill, tender care, vigilant attention and the shapely tions for 16 of them. The Senator denied tary of War. that to many of his kith and kin were made a stirring here by a genius of the mountains after a prayers of both saint and sinner averted the Col. Breckinridge drawing the public money and says that speech in favor of the Morrison resolution model of his own construction. Tuesday stroke of death, this noble christian woman but three of them are on the Federal pay- to pay of! the national debt with the sur the handsome excursion boat, "Rock Castle and benefactor of the poor would have livIN AItBM)ACE. rolls. A contemporary very properly re- plus in the Treasury, at the rato of $10,000, Rover," just completed, wai launched. It ed forever. But an Providence de marks, however, that if they were all of as 000 a month. He was warmly applauded will carry 25 or 30 passengers and ha the creed it otherwise, and we must bow in good material as the Senator, a houss-ful- l resemblance of a regular ocean boat. It Is humble submission to His will. Tbe funerat the finish. of the amily would improve the governEdmonia, only daughter of Treas designed for transporting picnic and excur- al procession was the largest ever seen in Miis mental service. urer J. W. Tate, went with eome friends sion parlies from the hotel to tbe various Crab Orchard. The wealthy in their long Parson Downs, of the Boston Baptist to visit in New York, where she was joined places of interest and beauty up and down line of carriages rode in splendor, but I scrub. Recent- by the lover to whom her parents. objected, the river, and will make daily trips. This have no doubt tke elncerest mourners in chnrcb, is a ly ho was tried and convicted before a Mr. Alfred Martin, and they were married. will afford a greater amount of real pleas- that procession was the yast ciowd of poor church council of being too intimate with Mr. Martin is agauger in the Frankfort dis- ure to visitors here, especially those who people, black and white, who had been so a female member of his flock. Now anoth- trict.The Ways and Means Committee will have eyes for the most charming presenta- often the recipients of her bounty, many of tions of rugged and picturceque natnre. I whom had often gone with their sacks to er sister comes to the front with a little report a bill to permit tobacco-groweto heard a lady praying fervently for lan- her house to have them filled with meal cherub, which she claims owes its paternity sell the leaf tobacco grown by them to any guage adequate to describe to friends at and flour, at tbe Dix River Mills, when to him, and has brought suit against him person whatever, repealing the act which Ortho Ileal AfnkcH. in the courts for bastardy. The lecherous prohibits any one to purchase leaf tobacco home her impressions of the lovely scenery they feared to approach the sterner miller, Pal-isawho was grinding for wages at the mill. rascal has done a great deal of late to bring unless he haa paid a special tax, or is a which a walk around the Arcade and opened to her astonished view. Nor was her charity confined to the county the ministry into disrepute, though he manufacturer or purchaser for export. A gentleman who has traveled all over of her residence, but objects of charity g he is innocent and the victim claims that our own country and Europe says it is his in distant States often had cause' to Ml. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTr. of blackmail, which is too thin. deliberate judgment that no finer scenery is bless name. In all my unequal con- David Thompson, of Garrard, has The resolution of Mr. Morrison, which found in the world within a space ol a few teats against power and money, and a bitter been in the county for several days buying requires that when the surplus in the U. He is paying 3J cents for miles tban that presented here. The sev persecution, she was my truest friend, and 8. Treasury shall exceed 8100.000,000, it hogs and cattle enteen distinct varieties of the fern family it is one of my remaining joys to know that hogs. ehall be the duty of the Treasurer to ap- Married Thomas Miller to Miss Al- - which grow in great profusion all over our she lived to see me victorious, and the em- propriate it to the payment of the interest-bearin- g vira Spiree; William A. Gad to Miss Mar- country, besides a counterpart in wild ss bera cf persecution expire, extinguished by debt in sums of not less than ry Spires. Eld. M, R. Moore performed for all the rarest flowers In cultiva- an energy that could no longer be restated. CIIEAl'ENr KENT per month, passed the House by tbe ceremonies. tion, sweetly nestling within the shady She was provided with a magnificent home, vote of 207 to 67. All the Kentucky Conabout through harvesting nootcs and climbing down tho jutting prec- elegantly furnished; and no woman in Farmers are Lin. gressmen voted for it, as they should haye their oats. The yield haa never been known ipices, "losing their sweetness upon the des- coin county had more affectionate influence done. to exceed that of the present crop. They are ert air," adds pleasure to lovers of botanic- over a doting husband, and no woman had al study. The shades from the giant forest more absolute control of the purse, nor had The Hon. Oicar Turner says that he selling for SI per hundred. James Houk, our jailer, has been con- trees and the tall, overhanging blufi, with every wish more completely gratified. The will submit his candidacy for Congress to a fined to his bed for a few days from the ef- the cool, refreshing breezes which constant elegant splendor in which she lived, Ler primary election, to be held on the general August election day, and that in the fect of what the doctors call a "heat stroke." ly pafls through the valleys cf the river, untimely summons to the bar of God, has event of defeat, he will abide the result and James L. Joplin and W. L. Henderson are renders it possible for us to bo continually taught me the utter folly of all earthly purFor the llcrry Nenvon. support the nominee, whoever he may be. also on the sick list. on tho move at all hours of the day; and suits. If you devote your time to the accuEverybody says that Stephen L. the lovely moonshine nights are simply de- mulation of wealth, tbe acquisition of honallowMr. Turner should not, however, be ed to dictate to tbe party the mode it shall Whitehead is the proudest man in Mt. licious for courting and grand for sleeping. ors, or the pursuit of fame, even in tbe Vernon. It is a girl and he says it weighs Having attempted to give you an idea of event of your success, what is your reward? use for naming its candidates. about a dozen pounds. Walter Tumlin nature's liberal and bounteous contribu- At best a name! Praise when the ear has Dr. Cheneult writes that we were in also rejoices in the advent of a girl. tions to our happiness and perfect content- grown too dull to hear; gold when the senserror in stating that preference of admisI will not condescend to answer the lit- ment, "what is the matter with" tho scores es which it should please are dead; wreaths, sion is given at the Lexington Asylum to tle squib, tbe correspondent of the Mountof beautiful women we have met and be- when the brow which they cover has grown pay patients and that the contrary is ain Echo had in last week's issue, I am neath whose sweet smiles we have blushed gray! ice loftiest peaks are most wrapped JOE 1". WATKHS. true. He further says that the institution like the fellow who was kicked by the WEAKEN. as only inode?t country lads can blush. in clouds and snow. There is nothing is crowded to the walls. The Legislature was mule. I will consider the source and piy Not to be invidious in distinction and con- worth seeking for but heaven. asked to appropriate a small amount to in- no more attention to it. R'deye is not refessing a nervous tremor at the effort, I am Willie, can you efer forget that your crease its capacity, but in its wisdom it sponsible for anything he says anyway. bound to print the names of a few who mamma said en her dyiog bed that "heavsaw proper to refuse. Willie Newcomb and William Cum-ing- s have been especially "sweet" to the boys en would not be heaven without Willie?'' arrested a negro near town Tuesday and to your timid scribe: There are the Gearge Prof. E. Stone Wiggins bobs eerenely Lie, can you ever forget that your up, to make another prediction of a fearful morning, whom they took to be one of the motherly Mrs. Newman, Mrs. Coppin, saintea mamma asked on her dying bed, "is storm. It is to occur the 29th of Septem- negroes who murdered a Jman a few days Mrs. Klaw, Mr. Marshall, Mrs. Hays, Mrs. George Lee here?', At roll call at the ti-ee- t, ber, when the war of the elements will be ago at Kings Mountain and for whom there Murphy, Mrs. Peckinpaugb, Mrs. Ander- judgment bar, when she ehall ask "is lJ JcreMors to Wilers A Ranar greater than ever known. As E, Stone will is $100 reward. They kept him till Wed- son, our charming hostess, Mrs. Cimpbell, George Lee hen?" O, may you so live that only for making a former nesday and not being able to find out if all of whom have added to our pleasure you will hi ablo to ssy, "yes, mamma, we be remembered he was the right one, they turned him and seemed to have approved of our de- are all here!" There is prediction of a storm that never materializu no doubt about ed, his prophesy is not likely to create great loose. pursuance of portment and presence. And the charm- your mamma being with her God. No M the call of the DisIn o n alarm. trict Committee of the Sth Congressional ing young ladien, of whom Miww Hays, snow flake eer fell from the clouds more o co Cleveland is cutting down his home District held at Nicholasville on the 8th Grainger, Curry, Gilmore, Newman, Camp- pure. Heaven wna made for jmt such anexpemes. Heretofore the butter furnished day of July, 1886, the democrats of Rock- bell, Cuny, Bnydor, Coppin, O'Sullivan are gelic creature? as she, and sbe was made a a the White Houae has cost $1 a pound, but castle county are hereby requested to meet a few who shall ever bo lcoked upon as our for heaven. Let the remembrance of her B Q o the old man baa caueed the price to be re- at the Court-IIous- e in Mt. Vernon on Sat- best "friends," as Miss Grainger says. gentleness, hor tender affection, her angelic u p. duced to CO cents, owing to his increased urday, the 31st, at 2 o'clock v. M. for the Among the gallant beaux, besides the sweetness, over be your beacon light your ' "Stanford boys," present are Messrs, Hugh guiding star, and where your dear mamma expenees and the fact that Frankie la mon- purpose of selecting delegate to attend the VIBSkLjLssssssssBkl . strous fond of butter and gets away with a District Convention at Dinville on the 5th Boyd, D. 8. Benedict, Din 0'8ullivan, now is you will go also. For all lovely Charlie Sulfield, Dick Wade, Dr; Barbour, and gentle traits that adorn femsle characgood deal oflt. day of August, 1886, for the purpose of JjyUo SioroRoom, Van Arvultiro I1ii1IIIiik, opp. Jourunl Rev. H. T. Daniel, H. Watterman, Matt ter, and the woman, olllco mid iloor liclow Flrnt National Hank. It is rumored that Boss Powderly, of the nominating a democratic candidate for Woodson and tbe great and only Dan challengemake worldpeerless, true her super!-ot-I! the to produce Knights of Labor, is to be the democratic Congress in the 8th District lo be voted for Garrard. I would rather be her brother than to Luik's California Cannod Goods, Bananas, Lemons, big line Sngnra and candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania, at the next November election. Democrats, Coffees, Cream Flonr, Bacon, Lard, Hams, Etc. Last night the stage brought in Dr. Cheat- have been a Roman Senator. D. N. Williams, The Knights are confident he can be elect- turu out en masse. ham, F. O. Anderson and eeyeral others WATBKM A WEAKEN. Chrn'n Democratio Co. Committee. ed, but those gentlemen are are always san"If nil our hopes and all our fears, WILL MCDONALD WATERS, from Were rrliontJ In life's narrow loued, Lst Saturday morning crowds of men and Louisville, and Mr. Geo. B. Marshall guine and generally overestimate their imnight wife, of Cincinnati. If trarclers through tbti reil of teir 1, came marching into town until it was full portance and strength. We taw no hotter world beyond , to overflowing. By inquiry I was told a big load is expected from Louisville, Oht what could check th riling ilgh, Lexington, etc. Among them are These aro 65 consulates still held by that some came to hear the news, some Whit earthly thing could plealure girt? the republicans, notwithstanding there are hea'd that Mr. White, deputy sheriff, was Col. Wntt Cochran, Judge Finley and five Oht who would renture then todle? good democrats willing and ready society belles from Louisville. This seems a 1,000 Ohl who could then endure to ItreT killed, which was untrue; and other" came Casto take their places. Turn them and all because t hey were Wera Ufa a dirk and desert moor, summoned to appear be- to be a young ladies' carnival at Rock the rascals out. Qrover. Wo aro tired of fore the county judge to be tle. As Manager Campbell said in a letter Were inliti and cloudi eternal spread, questioned in Their gloomy Tell behind, before, to a friend, which I accidentally read: DtAi.xa in- this Mugwump business. regard to the recent killing. The whole And tempests thunder orerhead, more do you want besides the earth, As Hon. J. J, Nesbitt has withdrawn county where the killing was done has ''What fa" Drugs, Books, Stationery and Where not a sunbeam breaks the gloom, from the race for Superior Judge in Judge been before the judge, but no clue has yet than a guarantee of twenty pretty girls, And not a ibweret smiles beneath, Who could exlit In lueh a tomb. Quincy Ward's district, the latter gentle-nu- n been found. Much praise is due Judge plenty of hungry fish, boats to burn, bait Who dwell In darkness and In death? and there will be no- Lear and County Attorney J. W. Brown for tbe asking, rips chickens and not a ba CV1 has a walk-ove- r Phvilcl ans crescrlnllons accurately foranoundwl. Also by within six miles of the Springs?" And such were life without the ray, body to buy tbe delegates that go to such for the steps they have taken in trying to ammhwIw aJttiwTcs tAV?i. From ourdlTlne religion given, Quoit pitching is one of the very enjoyconventions to sell out. bring the guilty parties to justice. 'Xli thti that makes our darknen day, James McCall, of Weatherford, TexaB, able amusements here, and the club, under TiniNO of sending lawyers to represent Tli this that make our earth a heaven, Bright Is the golden sun above, democracy of Pen- stopped in town a few days last week. He the management of Mr. W. H. Newman, them in conventions, the The Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, with experts like Rev. Mr. Noland, Messrs, And beautiful the flowers that b!oom, dleton ignored that profession in naming was on his way to Rock Castle Springs. Jewelry and Silverware And all Is Joy and nil Is love, Sutfleld, Marshall and Dr. Birbour delegates to the Superior Court convention Deo Albright and his pretty bride are vis- Klaw, Reflected from a rorld to com;." albought to this market Prion Lower than Erer make the contests interesting. Croquet and the improvement, if any, will be duly iting relatives in this county. Mrs. Perkins, the Lownt. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Be- ) Crab OaciURD, July 11, 1833. paired on short notice and Warranto. of Lebanon, is stopping at G. W. Huckins'. so has a prominent place in tbe amuse noted. i J 'J Mrs. Turner, of Louisville, is the guest of menf-e- , as does ten pins. atThe relatives of the late Mrs. L. P. A neW judge and anew prosecuting The open river bathing, first Inaugurated Mie9 Ida Adams.g Miss May Adams and torney are what is needed in Rowan. There ago, is James desire to return their thanks to the Georgle Brownlpaid Altemont a flyingvisit in Kentucky at this place six years people of Crab Orchard for the kindness is no use in keeping the militia there, if the first of the week, Mrs, M, C, Bragg a feature which can not be approached by and attention shown deceased in her last the court is to be as farsical an exhibition has returned from a three weeks' visit to any other resort in the State, and ranks as befors, and it promises to be. Illness,and especially to Mrs. Dr. Bronaugh, friends in Garrard. R. L, Thompson and first among the attractions of the place. Mrs. V. F. Kennedy, Mrs. YV. R. Dillon, hundred Georgia convicts employ- wife aro visiting relatives here. Mrs, Chas, A pretty girl, clothed in a Five T. 8tephen-son- , bathing suit, up to her snowy Mrs. W. O. Hanaford, Mrs. ed at mining having refused to work Gaulden, of Rowland, is at her father's, J, neatly-c- ut irisssssssBlPycyTy AJa l Mrs. Captain Moore, Mrs. Maggie Cofanother lick orders have been issued lo C, Myers', Bjanett H.JJoplin is at home neck in emerald water, swimming (a good starve them until they are willing to agaio, after an nbsence of three months. many twine to learn), is a thing that fey, and Mrs. J,H. Hutchings, all of whom were ministering angels around the dying yield to authority. Miss Mattie Williams has returned from a makes us glad that we are living to enjoy. Doc Csrpen-pente- r, bed. A severe hail and rain storm did,' great visit to her sister, Mrs. L. S, Joneu, in Lou- If Tom Hill, Master Peyton, Mm. Pateey Bobbitt, Henry Wilson and a few other G. W. James, isville. JameB A. Dickey, of the Mayaville damage in Hardin county. "chestnuts" were only here the Fontaine F. Babbitt, Mrs. Kate McAlister, Gov. Cintrill'syoungeet child died at & B. S. R. R., was; in town a few days ago. Stanford Mrs. M. V. Slgler, C'tn't they J V James, , wlere it had taken bten W. W. Crawford and wife are registered at crowd would be complete, Fredonia, N. Geo. Lee James, Miss Lotiann James, E. O. W. come? the Newcomb House. Mr. Crawford is for its health. MIm Kate James. A spark from a paislng locomotive stt looking at the chair factory, with a view of The Senate has amended tho House field of ripa wheat near taking an interest in it. Mr. Birbour, can Mexican Pension bill and passed it. It John F. Clark, of Brooklyn, sues for a dre to a six-ac- re Wilseyvillc, N. Y., the other day, The didste for Superior Judge was here form-in- i gives $3 per month to all rurvivors under divorce from bis wifo bectue she heats acquaintance, and ill'UstB him Did you ever? grain wes entirely ooniuuud. certain conditions. I &wi-aSalil- B 'nltriorioiwwl cvr.ncNT z"ext:. Faulkner Jordon snot and killed Mor"9T rr RQC.X CAW: SPRINGS. MEMORIAL From a 8UQ Corrsipondeuk f. lit WYLTOIV. GROCERp Wak. MAIN & SOMERSET STS., taiifoicl9 Ky. FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT CANS d, row-boat- all-wi- se sweet-scente- MOWING BLADES &BRJ11R SCYTHE! rs de Ut-in- hr FLAVORING EXTRACTS! lov-llne- $10,-000,0- A.I SEVERAL GRADES OF SUGAR The Best Qoods at the Lowest Pric es .t i WATERSSWEAREN Main 1 GROCERS, .Stanford. o 'wmmnmna' 2I liuurior g, Peaay& M'AIfctei PHARMACISTS, -- !. SV) JEWELERS. itiftiiitq Wall Paper, gaily-decke- Furniture, ssrBoT Stanford. Oases, Caskets, Robes. i Fuli;and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEiLREOT, 1 w About 1,000 people attended the dedication of the beautiful Methodist church at wilt lecture Eld. J. Q Stanford, Ky., Jaly 18, 1886 next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Sbarpsburg, Dt. U, C. Morrison, of preached, and at the close took White Oak Bchool-hout- e. up a collection of $1,071, but only aaked QualnoBB Manatror. U. O. WALTON, Mrs. T, T. Daviess haa received the $2,- - $1,000 to pay the debt. Paris Kentuck-ia000 due her from the Knights of Honor on I. A ft. LOCAL TIME CURD. the policy of her hutbind. The Louisville mlnliters have decided Mall train going North. ......................... 1 M r. at, The L. A N. pay train arriyed on time to boycott the Sunday papers, but they is r. u. Bouta...... ... 128 A. yeaterday. It always leaven a big lum here will return to their haah when the same Kjiestraln" Bouth...... Ai. 41 Norn..........., i... af. J 1" paper let up on publishing their aormons a jOto U calculated on standard time. Bolar and at our suburb, Hawlnnd. Th or noticing them in any way. Preachers tit li about 20 tnlnutM Inter! A valuarle ranre wm Molen from Mr. like most other people, like to see their LOCAL NOTICE. A. K. Denny, Tuesday night for which he names in print. Lajj.)1ieth'8 garden Med in bulk and offers a liberal reward in another column, LASD. STOCK AND CROP jiidcBce ct IVnny A McAlUter'a. It Is settling time now, and I ask all InWatcheh and Jewelry repaired on ehor Wheat was quoted in Chicago yesternotice and warranted by Penny A McAlis debted to mo to come and settle. I need r. the money and muat have it. H. C. Rup- - day at SO for Auguat. Buy the liana Hor. JUmcdy, the oHki-oJosh Jones aold to Ellis A Son 108 and only K,enulD, from Penny AMcAl-lite- r. hogs of 200 pounds weight at News has been received from Golden Plenty of good paature forcattle. ApA coMri.rrr. atock o( Jewelry, latent City, Mo , cf the death of Mrs. Luolnda ply to Maj. King, Box 130, Stanford, Ky tyle, ItocWord watches a ipecialty. Pen- Gentry, mother-I- n law of Mr. 8. R. Raney ny A McAlUter. A Maaon county man realized 47 She was born In Madison county and lived buahela of wheat per acre from a lot of 7 'personal. in Lincoln for many years. acres, Mrr. Bol Lbzinsky, of Louisville, it J. C. TiiOMrsoN, the Lancaster, Ky., In Biurbon county a German carp vUitlne Mrs. W. M. Bogle. Jeweler, is importing direct from the Old wa caught which wa three feet in iengtn Mlsa KATr. WiiEnniTT, of Lancaster, Country a large line of muilcal boxes, and weighed 30 pound, la visiting hrr relatives here. bWcjue and fancy goods for holiday trade. J. 8tone Walker and W. W. WatU, of -- Mr. L 8. Jonis, late of Iyulsville,haa They are expected to arrive Nov. 1. " Madison, sold last week to I. Shelby Irlocated in Hartland, Kansas. jennet for $1,000. Cuttino D. R. Carpenter and T. P. vine, five Mns. Ben BitloriT, of Garrard, la with A paper devoted to the wool interests Hill, Jr., went to Wayceiburg yesterday to her mother, Mrs. Will Oral;. be at least try S. D.Gooch for cutting a man named say that the clip of 1880 will Mies Emma CiUvfox.d, of Loulavllle, Singleton with intent to kill, We learn fifteen million pounds short. R. B. Htitchcraft bought 180 car load is viiilinir Mrs. A. 8. Moflett. that the wounded man la in a precarious (00,000 buahela) of wheat at CO to 71 cent M:m Mana Lackey, of Bloomlnuton, condition. Paris Kentuckian. III., is vUiliae Mrs. J. J. McRoberls. per bushel. The faithful old family mule of Mr. 8, MIm Ewma McCammku,, of Knox, A Kentucky farmer keeps worms off yllle, is the Ruest of Ml Mollie Daugher- - J. Eenbry wandered off from homo Wed. his cabbage by rprlnkllng them with a needay night and getting on the railroad mixture of one gallon of butter milk to two Mk. John Pjuui., foreman of theLon track where the new street crones it, was gallons of water. C. W. Adam sold his crop of wheat don Leader, wan in to ice ua a few nights run over and killed by the car. Mri. Embry Is disconsolate over her great loe. to Wearen A Menefee, 3,000 bushel, am! ago. Miwra OnACE WAnNEn and Iva Cyclone Daring the storm Wednes- finished delivering it yesterday, at 65 cents. Smiley ro to Lebanon thl moroinR on a day morning, a hurricane swooped down Thomas Robinaon also sold hi crop to the G5. They have bought to date viiit. on a atrip of land about 60 feet wide and same firm at Mn. R. W. LH.LARI) and children, ol half a mile long on the farm of A. D. about 7,000 bushels and were paying G7 Lebanon, are vUHIdr her aunt, Mrs. M. E. Root and J. F. Cash and literally wiped for best yesterday. Helm. up the trees, corn and fences from it. A OANHLLE. BOYLE COUN1T. Missr Olive and Ernn Hoffman, swath cut through a wheat field by a Thero are only thirteen appearance of Lexington, are vlslttnc at Mrs. Jamea twine binder could not have been more Paxton's. thorough in it work or better defined than thua far for the next term of tho Boyle Cira Mns Hiioda Lyti.e, of Harper, cuit Court. the course of the storm. Col. Logan McKee ie in some of tbe our thanks for a budget of paper The Klrksvllle Fair will be held next mountain counties working generally for from her State. Miss Lucy Buiiton wants all the Friday and Saturday, 23rd and 21th. Sec- the g. o. p. and in particular for John W. young people to meet with the Mob at her retary J. B. Walker write u that the K. Yerkes, republican caudtdate for Superior C. will leave hero at the usual hour on the Court Judge. home The Danville Bue Ball Club has Mrs. J.E. Pout.man and Mrs. 8. P. mornings of those days, but will be held at Paint Lick till 5.30 r. M. so that those who withdrawn from the Blue Grass League, StagR have one to spend several days with go from this section can return at night owing to the fact that the expense wak Mrs. W. M. McAfee. ANiiMns Fkanic Harms leave Conveyances will meet the train at Paint allghtly in excess of the fun, Mit. for the fair and return with e Jacob Fox, colored, a eon of Horace for a visit to the latter' moth-er- 'i Lick nfternoon. The program this Fox, also colored, while fooling with a dy in Chlllicothe, O. ia Mm. Wooin, of 8t. Louis, and Mica year especially attractive and we hope namtte enrtridge Monday evening was re verely wounded in one of his hands by the Tatetu, of Crab Orchard, are RUeate many of our citir.ee will attend. Motile cartridge. of MIm Luella Ramsey. EscArni). Will Dunn, who wa some exploaion of the and MIm Bittle month aRO adjudged a lunatic, and lod d "A great Indian Medicine man" has Mrs. Belle Cowaiid about town In which McDawrll, of LrtGrang, arc vliIllnR Mrs. in the Aaylum at Islington, escaped scattered circular he say he will deliver a lectuie on tho M. McRobcrti, Jr. John from that inatitution Sunday afternoon and Mia Blanche Thomas, of Christian made hi way on foot acros the country to customs end habits of his tribe this (Thurscounty, is vWltins Miss Hopkins at Mr. A. hi father'a near here. Fearing that he day) evening at the Court-hous- e. Mr. W. W. Penn, of Junction City, W. Smith's, near Danville. might do himself or tbe family harm, Mr. Mr Frank J. Wayman, of the Lou- Dunn came to town Wednesday and got the travelling pawenger agent for the St. Louis isville Commercial, is spending a few weeka shrrifi to go out and bring him in. He of- Air Line (tho short line to St. Lou!) was very for his health, In this county. fered no resistance and readily con'ented in town Wedneaday putting up some Eld. W L. Williams la apeclal to come to town, where he wa put under attractive poster in the interest of his agent for the New York Llfo Insurance guard. It wa at first decided to put him road. in the A special term of tbe Boyle circuit Co., or.e of the but omptntea lu iail, but the sherifl doubted hi right to court for the preparation and trial of chanworld. to do so, and permitted him to return to hi father' under guard. He talk very ra- cery cast will begin here on the 20th inat. LOCAL MATTERS. tionally and I evidently much improved. and continue until the baaines for which been Cream fbur at Watert A Wcaren'n. In fact there are thote who think he is less the term has been called shall have concluded BrT brand of figured lawns at D. crazy now than he haa been for year. For A tony colored marriage occurred yesobvious reasons he was not permitted to nee Klass' at ft cents per yard. high contracting par" T his wife. He wa taeen back to the Ay terday evening, the ties being Diadamia L. C. Doram, daughWateiw A Wearkn keep tho beat ci- lum ytsterdav by Charley McRoberl. ter of Joshua B, Doram, formerly of Stangars and tobaccos in town, Kinos Mountain. Sheriff MencfceV ford, and Thcodoe Thomas Slaughter, son ALLncooniiUare now due. Please call rnid on Kings Mountain resulted In the of Rev. Isiac Slaughter, pastor of the Bapand fettle Melcalf A Foster. capture of two more negroes, John Brltce tist church. A republican mas convention will be Six building lots for salo between Stan- and George Woody, who are accused of using threatening language and brandishing held on Saturday to mako nominations for Darst. ford and Rowland. H. J. their weapons when Singleton wa killed, police judge and town marahatl. The canDon't forget that Metcalf A Foaler will though not directly guilty of tbe murder didates for the first office are: Col. Geo. sell you goods closer than anybody, theimelvea. While there Mr. Menefee II. Dobyns and Judge T. P. Young, for Jno. R. llarncss.one of the fiends who marshal, M. E. Wills, present Incumbent, Klrkevlllo Fair Don't fall to attend tho deal out death and liquid damnation there and C. D, Linney. on the 23d and 24th of thl month. in dtfianceoflaw, on a bench warrant for young Joseph Goings, the sorely-trie- d WoonnuRY fruit Jam are the beat in the violation of the liquor law. Judge Var-n- on colored person on the subject of selling market. For sale by Waters A Wearen. finally acquitted Tuesday by a jury andCounty Attorney Carpenter being the bet on hand he was at once tried on 1G cases of respectable citizen. There was no eviStfck Kit's Stick 'em Fly Paper, presented under the law prohibiting the dence of any weight to justify a conviction, in the market, at McRoberta A Stsgg'a. sale of liquors within two miles of Point and it is difficult to see now a conscientious Buggy tire set for 50 cenia and other Pleaeant Church and fined in the aggregate jury could have done anything else. work In proportion at Wm. Dougherty's. $180. He wa unable to pay or replevy The republican county committee met let it eacape your memory that and wa ordered to jail. Jim Sims and here this week and endorsed the candidacy Don't the Huitonvllle Fair begina next Wednes- Tusco Waters were given charge of him of Captain Whltehouse for jailer and that and they took him by home to change his of G. D. Bitterton for eaiesor. Mr. F. M. day. clothing, when he gave them the slip and Cox, though a republican and a candidate A VERY fine rain fell here early Wednesi still at large. The men deserve to be for connty jade, did not receive an enproper day mornlnp. A few more at the punished for such criminal carelessness. dowment, having accepted tbe nomination time will insure the largest corn crop ever The deputy himself is not wholly without for the office he seeks at the hands of the mado in this section. blame. John B. Clark, the fellow who us. prohibitionists a few weeks ago. Linnetta Springs, near Junction City, Lecture. Mrr. LulaNield will lecture ed to ran tho Commercial Hotel here, is here next Sunday also keeping a groggery there, but he put i becoming a place of frequent resort for at the Christian church evening 8 o'clock, on temperance. She al- up the amount of hla fine in cash and was our yuung people. The following named ways succeeds in making even thla well-wo- rn permitted to remain. Sherifl Menefee tells ladles and gentlemen visited the Springs subject Interesting. Let the church u that he found whilo searching for tho Wednesday evening and took supper, after uero murderers three men in as many rambling through the knobs the precedfilled, be Mis Alethea Allen, shanties that were badly wounded in rows ing part of the Col. Slacoiiter ad vertlaes a Grand Banthat were never reported. Ono fellow Is Mr. R. G. Evan, Mis Battle Dillon, Dr, quet and Birthday Dinner at Dripping literally riddled with backahot. Tho whole Fayette Dunlap, Miss Mattio Gentry, Mr. Springs for Thursday, 22J. The dinner is set of whisky dealers ought to be wiped Abo Caldwell, Mis McLean, visiting Mrs. in honor of one of his guests, will be served out and we trust that the good citizsns, McGoodwln, Mr. D. T. Fackler, Miss Bet-tiin the large and airy ball room and the Craig, Dr. J. N. Letcher, Miss Lottie A now that they have been fully aroused, beat that can be had In Kentucky. will drive the last rascal engaged in the Craig, Mr, A. B, Robertson, Miss Mary s are ball at night and a display of traffic into jail'or from the county. Whitthorne, Mr. B. F. Phillips, Miss Alon the program. Everybody Invited, ma Craig, Mr. Alex Irvine, Miss llittie Hon, Joseph Barbour was in our city Gentry, alias Farris, Dr. W. B. McCture. Car BiiEAKiKO.-B- ud He was much on Friday and Saturday, Alex. Maxton, and John Henry Mattln, OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. pleasod with our county aud people and, in negroea, wera lodged In Jail Wednesday for turn, our people wero pleased with him. Lancaster. breaking Into a freight car. They were He is an affable gentleman and well qualiMary Embry, colored, was tried in the found In the car when it reached Rowland fied to be Superior Judge of this district police court Tuesday evening, charged with and Marshal Newland was tent for. Their We hope that all good democrat will vote story la that they broke into the car down for him end not become lukcwnrm because setting fire to Mella Embry' house. She the road and pimply did it to get a ride the majority is large, or on account of the was held over until circuit court in a bond of $100, which she was unable to give, unmolested. If they stole anything it has little racket at Lebanon, for which he was R, H. Tomllnson, chairman of the not yet been diicovered. One of tho men in no way to blame. Lanciater New. democratic county committee, haa ordered Hnm attempted to get away, but Vfaverly SatMaxwell, the murderer of Prcller, at a mass convention at the court-housilton pursued and captured him away ofl They will be tried St. Lout-)- , has been fentccced to be hung urday July 3lt, to eelert delegates to rep. in HnyileN com field August 27. resent Garrard in the district convention at MoNTqoMEnv Rus-sellvilln. Smoick Purity aud Tho at Water A Weare nV. Kofne oiHrs HUlSIOLS. ..U al ' 3. Uauviile, Auguat .h. to nominate a democratic candidate for Congress for the 8th district. The Central Kentucky Medical Assor ciation will hold its next meeting in Wednwday, July 21. Dt. Elward Alcorn will opjn the discussion upon "Antiseptic in Midwifery Practice;" Dr. Hugh Reld, of Stanford, will report upon "Recent Progress In Surgery," and Dt. Harry Cow. an, of Danville, will discus! "Hydropho bia " Victor Wherrltt I at Morehead with the Lexington troops. Mrs. R. C. Farris and Miss Lillian Noel are vitlting Mrs. R C, Newman at Bird-towMies Uattie (he gueet of Miss Marra, of Danville, Mami Old. Mis Clara Orchard and Ida Manlsy, of Cjlumbus, Ind., are visiting Mia Juliet Gill. Miss Emma Weislger, of Dinville, ia at Mr Joe WeiilgerV. MIm-e- s Emma Thomas, of North Middletown, atd Marion Wolford, of Puint Lick, were gueata of Mis Fieecie Cook, Wedntiday. In response to a telegram from Adju tant General Catleman Judge Owsley held an election at the City Hall Tuesday even-t- o choose a Captain and Lieutenant for the 0(rley Rifle. Lt. W. J. Kinnaird was chosen Captain and Sam M. Djncan firBt Lieutenant. Immediately after the elecofficers did tbe cor tion the newly-creat- ed rect thing by the boys in adjourning to 8tevens', where a lay out of , &i , wa partaken of in a highly satisfactory mancer. The boys are ready to go to Rowan, and it is highly probable they will he gratified. Lin-casten. 1 m " Genlaur i rum m wm J v Tho most wonderful Pain-Curtho world has over known. Its effects aro instantaneous. or Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. MEHCIIAT TAII.OIt. -- I hare received and still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising the best in tbe market, which will be -- The fire i0(1"M ir, the Uahti Butt and Gotton Up ia Stylo and Mako Sooond to ft ono in City or Country. Give Me n Trinl. Cinada for the first half of 1880 are estimated at nearly $51,000,000, or ?3,000.000 KC. O- greater than the lo pariod last year. during the ame RUPLEY. ! SKIT ADVEBTJHEHKHT8. WALL PAPER Valuable Maro Stolen. i.8f?,1,2nl,?f.,b,e m6,aBAYSlABE,o7.araoH, 13, Kn-sM.ha- morning, July li'.i or star In for.head, white on botlJ hind foot or anklet, thin mane. Indication on wither of baTlnir been doctored lor fistula. Alio a hrldlaand saddle. I will give a liberal reward for both mare and thief WALL PAPER WALL Trimmed and Ready for Cue, ! "" Store-Hom- -- a. n. IEtXY, bhelbj City, Ky. & PAPER! at Safe of Storehouse e Lot Aa Admlnlitrator with the will nnexd of T. T. Darieis, dee'd, I offer for sale prlrately the Now 137-tf pasren-gcrsinth- and Lot on Lac caster t., Stanford, Ky., occupied by MlnHuwsdc Bezly. J. Jl. 1'AXTOX, AdtuV. M'ROBEBTS & THOS. METCALF. STAGG-'S- . JOHN B. F03TEB. Richmond Fair. Tho Madison County Fair will begin at u uiual on Blch-mo- d Align! 10th A continue IMmU 3L.ov & FmtWf -- 1 Dnyn. ctl The premium Hit la unusually large and liberal PUrcalorbth ttoltlnc ami runnln? races rich. day. bpeclal trains will bo run daily at ring-ww mo irom LranTiue, aianioru, intlon, ft. ion, rani idu an pointi reacnta by the K. B. For Catalogue apply to O. II. CUENAULT, President. J. P. HEUNDON, Secretary. (140 4t) C ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. AND- Stanford Female College, STANroill), KY. Prices a Specialty. The Next Session Opens September 1. Noted for Health, Comfort, Home Oare, Uood Discipline, well Qualified and Effioient Teaohors, Thorough Training and wide acope of Instruction. OraduatM In throe dlfl'erent couraea, arranged to ault the mental tastes and capacities of pupils. Tor Catalogue apply to Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All of our Sugar was buught before tho advance and can beio'd at the same old price. Our aa ' HMu -- t IjKX. S. I'.iXTOX, l'eldeut. MILLEBSBUBG Hardware, Embracing Is ES very thing. Female College! ThU popular icbool, after a year of unparallcd sue cess under cheap. We hare recently refitted one-ha- lf of our store with boxes for that business Tt for beauty and convenience. Our QUEENS WAKE, consisting Dinner. Tea and Cham. wug ue ecu ia vjLvetitjui. from flm bsnJ 'DJ We only ask you to call ratal do rcry J. '"H0" REV. C. POPE, Prosidont, Asn -- METCALF WEAREN & lOteTJER MENEFEE, Again oftra ltitlf lor pubho patronage. With Increased Ucllltin, an enlarged Faculty and an ele Titedcour.eofstudy.il ailords unusual opportunity for tbe education of your daughters. BUV. Knd lor Catalogue to I'OPE, 133-2- MBS. S. C. TBUEHEABT, lanv PatNctriL, Mllleraburg. Ky. a & ery, Public Salejyf Residence. JULY 24, 1880. Dealerain all Mndsot Si ON SATTJBDAY, On thepremltealn8tan(ord,Ky..we will offer for aale at public auction our residence on Danville afreet. This li one of the most desirable residences In the place. The lot contains two seres an J baton Ita ceat, comfortable frame dwelling with flie rooms bosldoi kitchen, kho smoke-hous- e, new stable and carriage house, wood and coal hoJse. chicken house, corn crib, and all necessary Favminglmplements and Machin outbuilding and an excellent cistern most conren-lentl- y located. There Is also a large quantity ol fine fruit such aa chrrrita. apples, plums, grapee, peart, quinces and strawberries. We aro determined to sell regardlosa of cost. Thla la the finest opportunity offered in years to thuo who good property In a thriving town with good thools and railroad facilities. TEKM-J- . cash, remainder In six and twelTe months with Interest from date of sale. Possessions ceptember 1st, 1880. 3STI.1, VIt, fA de-I- re One-thir- mmmWBmnWmmWfmWM : 13Md t.l.lE JO 11X31. rillljMVti. ! btsntcrd, lentucky' e BOURNE KROM WUKHCK W&m ! Xo Traveler Returns BHSSieBf Hn3!&ge8 d -- SIclc e Iq these tight times each buret ahould conault his own Interests. Why should you give one merchant SOc for an si tide when you can bur the same tiling from another lor 40c. To do this la not Justice to yourself or family. In the next pi ice, you should be sure to get gold articles. Poor goad. ro deir at any price. Nowhere tatbla more so than In Medicines, You might as well pay SOo au ounce lor aaw dust as for Inert medicines. Bourne has lust rccotred his large stock o Medicines of all kinds. Ererr artido fresh from tbe manufacturers. He now lias tbe nicest and cheapest seltcilcra of fane goods, show caio articles, Ac, do. The celebrated Lamiro'a Spectacles aud eye glasses' a specialty. Tho b:it brands ol mixed palnti ererr can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, sewing machine goodi, anglers' goods, artists' goods, cbromos. frames, lamps, brushes, bioks of all kinds, stationery, a tliousind articles for the dear grxudmss, mal Jen auuts and the smartest baby In tbe butlncrs-a- ll at Dr. itf. L, Bourne's New Drus Store, dtunfotd, Ky. SURREYH,- Spring Wagons, Bucls Boards, Farm Wagons, Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Coal, Lumber, Etc. SMICKER EE&SffraaByssSH TAB Best Wateipof Coat. . 5J iL wrrnUilwtnrrTOf, ItUIOIb irrr. a o will kti ron dr In H BUf liltllfrailtJ ..,---. ny &SX Seuu-PttM- g 1 $Rtriijrotmral OncTof A UXUiWAX. y.vxici:u uouuLii," tho earliest traditions about the word Yaukeo, would assign it to old Farmer Hastiugs, who lived in Maw. in 1713, and with whom 'Yanked" cider meant oxcollent cider, or "Yaukeo" beans oxcellont beans. Tha term, stuck to tho old man, with whom the Harvard students of that day o mil tip lively bills, and soon caino in slang to mean foolish or In this contemptuous senso it was applied later to' all Now Euglaudcrs. For ouo hundred yoars Amorican philologists havo boon trying to trace tho torui to an Indian source. It is not Indian, but Dutch. If ouo might tho relations between Now England and tho Now Netherlands in tho colonial poriod, ho would say with Irving that the "Yaukeo despised tho Dutchman, aud tho Dutchman abominated tho Yankee." Tho Dntoli verb "Yankee" means to snarl, wrangle, hanker after, and tho noun "Yankee," Imwliug cur, is perhaps the most expressive term of cou tempt in the wholo language. Out of that acrimonious a'rugglo between Oam-bridge, col-legweak-iniuded. char-ccterizo Cou-net'tic- H ?liti lsTUAlUd.Ol" TIIE BEJWt-WEEKIi- Y- i V UUilVi tAVUU A Juil. ' V Rcnllcmaniliad occasion to eond his Uttlo dauphtof up to the garret for soma ortldo which ho wnntod. Tho child soon returned crying, and upon being nsliod what tho troublo was, replied, " that" the snow had sifted in upon tho garret stairs mid sho had slipped down and hurt herself." "Well, did you got what I told your inquired tho father. Bho replied that sho had not. "Well, thou," ho exclaimed, starting up. "Ill go; I gnoss 1 ain't afraid of a little snow." After ho had gono tho child observed that sho hoped papa would fall just a littlo to pay him for laughing nt her. Soon afterwards n distant bumping and rolling wa3 heard, accompanied with tho sound of suppressed wrath. Tho family listened with awnhenrd interest, but tho object of their solicitude was heard above whimpering quite soberly, aa though nothing Imd happened. . Ho crossed two rooms abovo and as ho approached tho top of tho stairs, thundered out 'Open tho chamber door! lSoxt yon know, you'll have mo tumble down hero and break my neck. It's so dark now" but tho souteuce was neviir Ihitahed. thumpTrip went hi heols and ing and swearing he sprawled his six feet of length upon the latch mi floor, whero ho was greeted with bursts of merriment from tho collected family. Ho lay quito still for a moment, and then nnd Now Amsterdam came tho has ituok to tho descendants of the Puritans over siuco. Tho nir had been popular in England as inly us 1730 under tho namo of " Fisher's Jig." TU.1. KLUPTO-DIItLld-MAXI- Tho isthmus has tho ropntalion of being ono of tho most unhealthy places upon tho faco of tho globe. Tlw town itself is a city of tho dead and dj&jg, Thero is never a day but what yon can see somo ono in a coflln with two uegroos Btnggoring undor tho load, Tlw nro buried in ft largo cemetery known as Moukey IH1L Tho remark of the street y nnd eomwheo poddler "Horo has bocn changed in olso aud Monkey Paunma to "Hero Hill BTANlfOnD, ,KY. People dio unknown, and it will hot bo until after tho burial that frionds WALTON, W learn of tho demise Tho death nrto per avoroges from four to twcnty-llvday. Perhaps two of theso each day are ! putillihcdj orcrjr TuetJay and Frldar at th low price of placed in rude, cheap coffins nnd gtven n Christian bnrial Tho others aro TWO DOILAICN PEK YKAlt. called by tho nativos "dumps," which nlludo to thoso bodios picked up in tho streets. I saw ono of such corpses lit tod from a guttor a few dnysugo and thrown OV ktt CLASSES I into n rough box. PJaciug this upon a was ordered to proceed wagon tho driver Noatly nnd Cheaply Esooutod, maml ol purltjr, Th!itrjwdcrnTirTr!e. to Monkey Hill Cemetery tho Now tttNitth tod whoIeMtucocu.A More economical (old Mount Hopo cometery, but always than the ordinary ktnt. andofran not be .ihort E.B. CALDWELL, loir tut cutuptlton with the multitude by tho formor name. I follmrod weight alum or phosphate powden. BolJonly In called ItacindldileforJallr of Uocola Count j, Towdek C, cam. tho simplo funornl cortege to the pravu i:ifctlon, mc. 106 Wall Btreot, New York. Tho mau who appeared to supetintend tho work said, "lot go, and ilio hvo DR. W. B. PENNY, negroes let tho coffin or box slido iuto IiENllbT, tho.opcuing. festnnfortl - - Ifontuolcy. " wrln MACKINAC- Summer TourSe PalaoB Staauiorfl. Your Tripe per Week dl Low Rates. Btttrttn to-da- to-da- y Interior Journal P. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Ot, Mno air, OaklMMi Hoate,Btiweea utj. Krrry Week Oar ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Kx (union Pro'r. (rpeilal Sunday Tripe dnrtai Jaly and Aurut. DETROIT AND CLEVEUND Tltktla wilt be OUR o Satte aad C. D. WHITCOMB, fUrnUatd tr lour Tlekel XfaX, or addreta & Cleveland DETROIT, MICH. Detroit 0.f.'l Pan. Af.nt. Steam Nov. Co. POWD llutit-niKiN- MrmmTSHinj Absolutely Pure. 3T033 ,VCr03F5.I3L Au-g- THE BEST THE SUN AS AN INCENDIAUT. shouted out: "Open the cellar door: I may as well put her through, clear to tin bottom," III: DIDN'T WAKU HEK. On a certain occasion Ferguson was wending his way homeward, sorely troubled in his mind over the curtain lecturo ho know was in storo for him, and casting about for somo means of evading it Suddenly a bright idea was evolved from his befuddled brain. lie would slip quietly into the houso acd get into bed without awaiting his wife. Accordingly ho carefutlv uudressod in the lower hall, stole gentiv upstairs and crept into bod, with his face turned toward tho miisiilc. Ho moutilly congratulated liirnsnlf upon his uc;esi thU3 far ami wont to sh'op. When ho awoke in tho morning lit dared not look at his wifo, and after lying still for a few minutes, and not hearing any now from her, he concluded sho was still asleep. Ho then determined to arise very quietly, carry his clothes into tho hall, dross there, and go down town to business without waiting for breakfast Ho was successful in this, and meeting tho colored servant girl downstairs, ho 5aid: "Eliza, you can tell your mistress I expect to bo very busy an J therefore I didn't stop to eat Lreakfast with y, ' There seoms to bo a curious relation existing bctweou aud In tho matter of IxjoIcs, it is not tho poor nnd tho needy who steal, but tho wen, thy men nnd women, who aro amply able to gratify their literary tastes. There ii tvrtninly a fascination in tho trmsuros of tho mind, ns in tho gold of the plethoric but it do(s surprise, us thoso of us who aro not the victims of this to bo told by an eminent librarian that "miniitorsaronottobo trusted in a library muio thau any ouo else." It nas tho same gentleman of long experienceand evidently of faith in human untitle in tho revorso ratio of tho years he had served as a librarian who asserted: "I mako it n rule not to trust any lady who is n lover of books!" In continuation of this sad opiuiou, the librarian of tho Long Island Historical, Society library says ho had been warned by "tho priucipal of tho largost girls' seminary in Brooklyn" that " they all steak" After the death of "n gentleman," nnother librarian fonud two hundred stolen volumes in Lis residence. In tho light of such a shewing, tlw suggestion that a black list of library thieves bo prepared for the protection of librarians was n practical one, aud such a precaution should be takou without delay. biblio-mauia klepto-mauia. pih-d-u- bauk-vault- s; klepto-biblio-man- ia high-tone- d Dr. E. P. Roche, of Hath, Mo., writes to tho "Popular Scienoo Noiva" an account of a tiro set in n druggit's window by tho rays of tho sun passing through n show bottle tilled with colored alcohol, and ho adds this suggostion in regard to forest tires. It is reasonable to tuuuuto that many Area originating in tho woods nro not caused by boys, gunners, or intentional, but by natural causes nnd tho suu. It is a fact that most of our forest fires occur when tho resin or gum is exuding in tho warm season, and in forests chiefly composed of the soft woods or resinous trees, tho pine, spruoo, hackmatack, bud hemlock. It is true, aud often observed, that theic species of treo exndo a resin that, iu losing its volatile clement, hardens, aud for a short timo before becoming ops.uo makes a vory good magnifying lon, nnd powerful onouqdi to not lire to very Admitting thoso dry, pnuky materials. conditions, then to start a forast tiro in tho dry soason among resinous woods, wo requiro the suu shining u ouo of theso natural or exudations, and back of it, in tho fooii. somo suitable material, as dead bark, wood, or best of all, that dead, dry, mealy condition ot soft woods, caasod by boring-insectknown as "powder- "sim-glas.ses, bftowed upon mnn h erfeet health, and tho true way to huure health Is to purify your blood with Ayrr'a Sain-parllllm. Kllza A. Clotntli, ,tl ArlhiR-to- n M., Lowell, 3IaM writes' "Kxery winter and aprhu: my family, Inchullng mjelf, mo scxersl !ottl?s of Aycr'e Expcrleneo has com diced mo that, as a powerful boon ever a. .t. Bfttjfc 5k5w3 platt, lovisville:. MYERS HOTEL, 15i-lyi- .) Blood purifier, It U very much superior to any All other preparation of Sai'iftparllla. persons of tcrohi!oui or constitiiptnc and especially dctlento clilMreu, are !ure to ho 111' betiertteil by Its ue." J. W. Starr, Laeonln, lovva, w rite-- : " For years 1 wai troubled with Scrofulous complaint. I tried heternl dlftVreut preparation, whlsli did me little, It nny, good. Two bottles of AjerVs Snraap.i-rlll- a cffectetl a complete cure. It li my opinion thet this mcdlclno li tb let blool ten-dfiic- otcnurr. w. Oflce a Lancnter itrret, rcxt door to Ivib. uoaJocHNAt. office. Ofilce hours from 3 to 12 a M.aud 1 to 5 r. u. ADM(b(tlcsadmlnIit4rrd vliec STANPOKp. KY. E. H. BUKNSIDE, . Propr Tills Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains it? High RoputAtlon, AN1 , n.aiiLunt. (.uos.c.uri:sTi:u. Miller & Carpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS STAM-OLI- Ili &I0?Att0J il 0oriainod tha rfeoond to no Country Hotel in tho State in iu Fare. , Appointment., or Attoa- tton to Comfort of their OocMi, B I.I.XCOLX tO., UV. Oficv.Setilh bldt Mala Street, al BDk. or I'lnt Nation- "??.;? rtI."V",.-ilComr,V,',V.i to oraBda of r"" """"the ''no4atl obi CUara. I thtot i acd Purine f. II., writes: "For a number of yenn I was troubled with a humor Iu my eyes, and unable to obtain relief until I comI hne arMtpMrllln. menced iuIui; Aur' tuken scleral bottle, am greatly benefited, .slid believe it to be the of bloml purifier." It. Harris Creel City, Uain-r- y have ben hii Co., Dakota, wrlt"i' lntcnc .sufferer, with Irpepla, for the p.nt three year. Six month ago I liegau to use of tho Uuy." C. K. I'ptou. Niishua, I'lrini, lceludliK tomtit the Oaf t tllu.Oriit Slack l'armt In Central KtfttucOr, Twb Ut and UmMmh. TtmUrr and MlBral Ladi for oleen pbiuhiIhIod. I'er fartber irtlcuUri miJ for printed and of rertli far itle. IM.Jw KEniuiiraLy "iJInc-JJriiHH Ituufe. let L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. -- 8horteit and Quickset Eooto from Oer tral KeatncKy to all Poinu limb Uit, Wwt nad flonthweat, I.KXIXTX A V1SCIXXAT1. m Kan LlolMeea . tJehwlult la liffKt Mjrl Ui. mia.' 10 ataj 8 VM? a is W 10 posted." A YVOKD lg. "I TUB UREAT- - 8ociir.ntD. " C'rmhUDa. A HIT OF STH1NO. AHOUT INSECTS. her this morning." "Law sakes, Mr. Ferguson!" raid Eliza, "missus dono gone 'way yesterday morning, and said eho wouldn't bo back till ilis evening." " T EQUAL TO THIi EMKKGUNCTr "Look out!" said Mrs. Cleveland, 09 her husband tripped merrily across tho floor of tho bridal chamber in liu baro feet. "If you step oa that thing it'll flip up and hit you." "What'll hit mo, my precious one?" asked tho President . " Why, that round thing on tho floor there." President, "That's my collar, dear," eaid tho "l'our collar! Gracionsl" exclaimed his charming young bride. "I thought it was the hoop of a flour barrel." "Now, that reminds mo," said Mr. Cleveland, "you'll havo to mako mo a box to keep my collars in." " Yes," replied the blushing creatnro, as sho turueit toward the wall. "Wait till wo get back to tho White House and I'll trim a beer vat in pink ribbon for yon," ,. m , i i O III: AT ON DUFIXINO." When I used to go to school I had a lmni by tho immo of Drown. He was uo of those fellows who arc forever joking, ami acp nover in clovei oxcopt when rokiug fun at those who can pay them 1'iick in Monns's coin, or on others, whoso witty points uv few nnd whoso jokos nro liko angeh' isats. Wo wero laviewwg grammar nh: fternonn, Drown Mttuig btitwouu myili uinl a boy named Pittilmtn, who on those who mt uoar him to " toll: him. My answer was: "Tho maicutlu gender is that which denotes animals of the mnle kind" Then Hroivti followed with tin di'Huition v! tho feminine. Tho qooajinti for tho luliuitio'n' of tho uoutur then 'came to DuuhnT .1 could seo Dunham lean over, whilo Drown whispered to him, ami ho arose with "The neuter gender u that which denolo nuimals that aro neither male nor female.'' Tueie was inoro thuu a furore, foi thero were a few lours.' i faclory in Now York which covers an entire block. Half a million of money wouldn't bny it; nnd it vns built by a bit of cord not more than tis inches long. Eight years ago a poor mechanic perfected an invention tho timplest thiug on earth and with his patent in his hand ho went down town cue day aud called for tho head of a Louso wiioe check was current for Ave figures anywhere in tho street. The iLventor olfered to sell of his I atout for tuenty thousand dollars if tho Louse would biud itsolf to put one hundred thousand dollars into factories for produciup the Uttlo tiling he had invented. Tho Him signed papyri in less than an hour from i.io time of .'..iiug the anil in another hoir the inventor had convened the firm's cheek fortwonty thou-nudollars into greenbacks. Lots wero bought, aud a factory wa3 erected. The business grow speedily to gigantic pioH)iti(iis, nnd at length tho thin all tin- rest of tho block, and cov-- i red it with brwJs nnd mortar, and now the inventor is asjlo to associate with tho milliuiniuire. Tho littlo xlovo fastouor a piece of coil nbout m iuchea long nnd a dozen littln nietttl hooks or buttons is the vntug that was inventod. So much for'onu man who was concerned in clove.". Others have made money out il them and loat rt in other enterprhos. There is n largo two-thirpro-po'a- For millions of birds and fish insocls servo as fowl. "All flesh is grass," in a literal sonso ; for tako the plant louso, or aphis whoso bloated body appsu-- to bo mmvly an nnimatod green bladder of tho juices of tho plant upon which it exists; this is caton by tho lady bug, which, in its turn, becomes tho food of somo bird or flsh, whoso flash serves to THROUGH TRUNK LINL Lt. CoIokio. " l'ileut!j.... VO Dally Ex. tae Sarsaparilla It ha efTected an entire cure, mid I am now as well ut ATER'S llll Arr. Atr. SOUTH & WEST -- Irla. " LealagtMi.. " !'. ? I.Te, 1'arla. Ja"l2",i "' "piu Up phiji) I7pta ' 8 SlpUi loTml IHpu UMpta 6 10 j, ta ni Willi- Pullman Palace Sleepers. LoulHVllle LanratUr " bUolord LTe. Illcbuiooil... Arr. HrM..... ., WIotkttr. " lUclimeml.... .. IJMpu.II .. pM ii ,u .:::::::z' c09paj:z... J Mpnil i 2 W pin l, d - nourish that great omnivorous animal, man. Wero thero no insects what would beeomo of all tho insectivorous birds, flsh ? aud still moro of tho An old lieu confined in a coop with her chickens looso around her will clear a largo spaco of insects in a short timo; yet a spring chicken is considered a dainty, although a week previously it may havo been rioting on a faro of crickots and caterpillars. In many tobacco plantations flocks of turkeys aro turned into the field to oat off tho tobacco worms; yet, what is better thau n good roast turkey ? Nay, in several places, if wo nro to believe travellers, men cat insects. A palm treo grub, well roasted, is considered a great delicacy in somo countries; in othors, grasshoppers, or rather locust?, nro prof en ed. Insects also act ns scavengers iu lemoviug decayed animal substances; others, again, rotten wood nnd decayiug vogotabdo matter. fresh-water Druggit. Price $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Treparcd by Dr. J. C. A er .t Co., Lowell, SoM by ail 'LlTliiiton.. .. la t 11 .N'mmIivUIc, Noarn-Doc- No. j No. II No I Mas., U. o. A Atlanta, ftf McntplilM, 1 Little Koeb, Mobile itiid Saw Orlenim. Onlj oat cb.tne to pslnli In trt 1 1 1 1 V INDIGESTION To strengthen the stomach, create an appetite, and reinovo tho horrible depression and despondency which result from Indigestion, there Is nothing so effective ai Ayer's Fills. These Fills contain no calomel or other pobonoui drug, act directly on the digestive and ailmllatlvc organs, and restore health and strength to tho entire ystem. T. F. Homier, Chester, l'a., writes: "I have ucd AycrM FUN for the past 30 years, nnd am sntblled If It I should not have been albo had not been for thtin. They Lto, UTlncnon. I tm "eroa 10 2! urn'.' Arr. Ulchn.oaJ ... 11 ml Lte, llowland . ... 7 20 am c"Kf,.. 8 11 WU Arr. .....M Lie, Arr. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS on the Itce of tbli road win reiehr rectal ratrt. orXm Agtntaof tht CoiuB)r lor ritci.rcutti Ac, or write c. i'. Arsionn, o. LouliTilM, Kj Seeking Iiom A Ait Ltd I.TO, Arr. 00 a to . 1 chinood ... i in i, tai M "iTi W Inchcitor 1 10 p inf 7 00 a Z 1 arli ,.,' . 8 20 n m itT0lM P ml 7 lli a mi 2 41 pw ..., J 80 p m 8 30 a in 3 40 pin I'arl ('rntlilana .... J ' ni 8 Ma in 4 17 pm Kalmoutb Ola j 47 p tullO SO ml 8 IS pta CoTlngioD 00,P in 11 a m 8 48 pia Ill km. '5 MATWV1M.K tlltANC'lI. NOaTILllrtUKD. ITA rAtltlAM -.7 .'':-'."- giM ,; p7.TIi77'olT Pally 7 8 8 0Hy NEW Buggy & Implement House. ofa a Pull Lino of Agricultural 1 Arr JIlllWrbuTiT.'..'..!!, vfiiii0 " Johoton wl'l lit a lew daja 'i Ituplo-mont- r.toin. Cured me of I)yspepla when nil other remedies failed, nnd their occasional use has kept me In a hoalthy condition over since." ... . to 2 mi S a ml 4 2J p B 8 20 u a in, 4l in1 .141 S 01 a la S 08 D 4 n in' It 4 U ... rz u It pa botrrii'llorD Lte MyiTllie . junnoo. ....... (hrllil ...,A o ..MLjajEJ To..Ji ,fo7yr 1.AI1T I Kl. Hun. With the relUUe Vlir A. Wood llirrcitlnc 1'eclilM m llmbeA.1 Altoa S fi C. Mill Hun FOOD THE I'ATHEHS ATC A HINDOO 11 1 HAND'S CUVAZU. "A man, Iwth day and night, must if, fit) inuoh in cnbjection that sho by no iAcaus bo mUtresu of hor own notions. A wouvui shiril never go out of her hoiiFo without tho consent of her keep hia . i AN IMl'AKTlAI. JUDGMENT, Xc, I won't say baby is piotty," declared a yoinj: mother, "for I niu sjionk of him impartially, though ho is, my own, and thai m u-- than mo3t mothers can do. He hai loioly blue uyes. perfect in shape, hair liko the morning ennsliiuo; mouth well, no rosc-lut- d oould bo sweeter; coniploxion divinely fair; ., nose just too cunning for any thing; in'fnbt, fio's faultless. Hut 1 woiri say mi;s prjjttv' -- "'Pretty?' husband, nnd shall not oat until sho has flrtt served him with victuals (if it is modiciuo, sho my tako it beforo they cut); a woman slll ntr'er go to n s trail-t hoiikf, aud udl not stand at tho door nnd luu-- t nver look out of tho w'- - low. It n wouinii, following hor own ii.U4'.irition?, goos whithorsoever sho choo.i)B. and does not regard tho words of her muster, atch a woman hhall bo turned away. If a nwu goes on a journey, his wife shall not divert hcitolf by play, nor seo any public show, nor laugh, nor dro3 horoli with jewels or Quo clthos, nor sue dancing, nor hear music, nor sit nt tlw window, nor rido rtt', uorbihold anything raro or choice, but shall 'iwtcti wV.l the r aud remain pr..'o; and slmll not eat nuy dainty vm" u and shall uot viow in n ittumr; lio :11 not exercise hero!f in any nereeablo oni)loynient , ..ing thb ab'Wiico of her husbtiud. II the wife have lur own free will, ii: she is of irmiior eato, Fhe will go mitei." Sach - tho Hindoo H Tho people of tho last generation, Dr. nodgossays, "know nothing of luxury; they had tho 'reg'lar'and solid mpalsnt noontime, whioh ir said to bo the , the stability of character, and they culoyod at least niuo houis of sloop uvcryday." Hoa happy, indeed, im tlw of L. X. Smith, Utlca, X. Y writes: "I havo itbed Ayer's Fill, for Liver troubles nnd Indigestion, a good many jcars, uud havo always found them piompt nnd efficient hi their action." Itlchurd Xorrls, Lynn, Mas., writes: "Afterinuchsuflor-Ing- , I have been cured of Dyspepsia nnd Liver troubles PnllLiLe ol Buggies and Wagons Alw7 lit' it In frnKWHIiin wlih mr !m plmiin; (miiiim. i wi al wrj n on " ainieribuig Arr 1'arlf " lxlnntcn., " wiTiimien MflTIf . .., 27 a in 39 pin 7 28 a m 2 28 p 7 416 a if 2 60 p ia 8 10 a iu S IS p ra 08 a m A Yrt .. ... U 30 n in 00 pra &5a wl?Mpu; u Cumidote bwU of J,iiinbcr, L'oth rough and itrcitcl. I'rteri on erprj tUlMg as lUMpictfjll)'. Low as liny one. I as Uuuduiuo, Trifl 9 -- .i"T ." ' . 7. . '" "'"- - Carlson, gas's is M?t.!i? dtJ '" aur honso-doo- -, her-fe- lf in i- iuw.i of u.i 'm;e. l meu nnd women who nro ablo to looli back upon buoli n state of life, and how unhappy by contrast nro thoso who romoin-Iw- r a dill'erent stnto of things as tho pi.ionco of tho older generations, nnd sulft r in their own lives its effects I To theso tiufortunates tho tablos of thoir fathers and mothers appear in their recollection burdeuod with uuwholesomo and scarcely nourishing dishes. Tho chief dish thero is ono ot salted pork, whoso couteuts havo been shrivelled iu tho greasy frying-pa- n into iudis;estiblo wraps. Thero aro potatoes, most frequently fried in tho same gieasoastho pork, or else boilod; their starchy o is expected to bo tho ehief featuro of tho meal. Thoro is hot bread, inado of a poor quality of wheat Hour. Thero is butter, which is geuerally good. Thero nro fried apples un,. nourishing. Thero is tea, which ban bmlu.i oug and long, its stowed lunves suiviu.' round and round in tho teapot priaiatory to being poured out iu blue!; m.met iutc cups for drinking. And to crown tht font, thero is drie ' ivmi io I sub-stanc- By Using Ayer's Villi. They have dono mo moro good than any other medlelno I havo ever taken." John Hurdott, Troy, Iowa, writes: "For nearly two years my llfo was rendered miicrablo by tho horrors of Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded mo only temporary relief, and I hecanio reduced In flodi, and very much debilitated. A friend of mine, who had been similarly afflicted, ndvhrd mo to try Ayer's Villi. I did so, mid with tlm happiest results. My food soon ceased to distress me, my appetite returned, and I hecanio ns strong and well as ever." clldth.baioof ii2'ivr your .atriKiK. . TIKE "GiMm it. mircE. 5A'dU,'c. ni rtcMiBftllonrionlira by cola0pay,1nr?r,ICU'BM' ra oa y i. 8.K.6.Mon.sn, 'r Wat of the nilcct direct ly TIIK rirau d.a.i-eklk- Without Lifting the Can, thonillnatubo Ailjutlni; to ault liclchth of nny lamp, Ueneralucifwi. Coilmru.'n. Uy. iN0UGHl STii I, TIiU li tlm iiiont vrnctlcnt K.MC elil b) . P." .w.k. ;.;:;', i. iri '('iinrrtitut vkl.tin. I ' 'f '.! rAMILV iiJ CAN Aver s nils I'lir.i'Aittin nv DB. J. C. AYER &. CO., Lowell, Jlacs. For saloby all Dru,"glts. over offered to tho public. &M7 .i FAMILY OIL CAN. EVERT FAMILY SHOULD HAVE OHB. 0ri.t. " i r i """. htiu,. '". ealfmti ji... 11.41 ,""', M , f.Ualoril CUU ImJ(, , ' ' The peoplo wbofcivoft( icldom gfve anythnfVdgo.' 0 oprj; j I - gxatfSis PronnoTnW " ' - $pn$tild fftanulactorlm Wc, WAaiuBar, ozrro. KonropplnirOll on therioororTftblo; No Faucet tu I.enK or cot k nockiHt open t o wnjto Con tenta or cause Kxploalona. r?o Cork! to Loiio. Cloies 1'erfectly Air Tight. No Look-otNo Kvnporutlon Absolutely Bnfc. A Univuranl Ilouai'hold CJJLHi U&2T33 OES 'r rt v.-- f o MAHiirAoTuio ay ' ' r., Vffs I . i. 1.. ' il" .WV ".a.tln I. . .. I. m -- vA. .1 , irn ' I'BX 4, ,4 y HUPl-MAK- . society I V..it . ' t tc. SHIMMl'S CATA.UP.H UEMKD- Y- ioIM" h ruro tor tUtirrh, Dlhthi nod For ill at M. L. Boutiw1. riLEEPLES4 NIUtiTS, mack ulienl! hy the terrible coujh. HTtloh'j Cure l the roieJr jou. Tor tale at 11. L. Bourua'. 'WHY w I.C YOU in ('.)(r I- 1 ' ' Iij M I. Biiuri. i.. Ca-ArttU- I Oil IE rur-- l hv riijtl.ih', Him rtiiiwi. .'irf. ifjjiinr frv. t i (i hy .'J I, Bourne. V'ur lht;tTt im.'. dlaiiTll-- ? i''0l"i. mihi Cure. Oc aodfi' W V W'Ah"0"l, I. - STHGEOJ J DRNTITI ..i.w l,r'",i - u, ato. i fcFJ U ..sH. a ..m ,!-- ' uA- ' . " .iuoi ttoi try, 'i. "' .! fiOf) 3? ilETCALF&FOSIXH. JM 0?hWorihHoltJolMln 8tWtl PnreNltrooi osidc n, rtK,iBiitr rMm .,..,. c.4 '" ... "