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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886090701 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. 5km VOL. XlV. n km REUQIOUi. o itiefio ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS 4Ss. unfma n. K. TAYLOR, Of LOO AN COUN TY, Ii a CndflU or the office ofguperlatendsnt of Public Instruction, aubjtct to the Democratic UtateCoarsotlon, .. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1886. o thoroughly fruttrated-ihi own Svlshef . How eauch I niiiecd htm overr day and hour while we were In Chicago, I cannot write. And the impression strengthened instead if weakened tilt We left the city. It seemed, every tto I entered the door, or walked into the kilting room, or went down to mralf, aa if dear Jobs Owsley muat be tbare. And I could not get ued to bia absence or be nconclled to it. I hare written abut our sojourn in In NO. 157. rnblinhril Turd(ue ttttd Friday -1- T- a lEUl ANNUM, CASH. I t understood If weercJlt that SI.S0 will nl detnmdetL W. P, WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. log EUo." I think tltc AniTbetVeen Atlt Mlc Cny ami Denver Id abitit the mnel nletnreMihe' Palis tha lord. GjtUsIioe and Noth alone the dtanpoliv, In the laud of newspaper, that chronicle everything, I eel a If my J pen raar halt awhile. 2?oLto red from wtarinecs for all of writing has been pointed and delightful, an thins- - done for ta-- k aelf-a- p QIMaqdUfSalwa-are- . 1 Inpe I havu iven pleasure to tbo-- o I lore. ' Thh!,i tho 'one hundred fold" scenic route 1 ever trasrled The grand down here. U, yonder. I know how jr. p. CAUl'XXTMn, the reward will he. Arkan lK-- tt Stanford, Ey. porgm on the upper water of Thank yon, dear Walton, for publishing In all the bepirar ilUcr'pllon. sa.riur ' Kecid'Jtau,, tncst Itnprovlre nutr nf thi unrivalled my letters. ' Pursuant to the above, the democrats of ' JGro O. BAUHf s '"' M route, open'entj H MprJtl 1" Lincoln arc requested to meet at the court tlie iiifcertirn 'nse In an roro winch MT. VEBWOW , KY. jotcs or cuiR.vr evehts. home at 2 o'clock r si on the 13th to exunolwlrucleil Uw o' the euperlallve seen press their choice for a candidate for the -- hie :( heavy frot fell in' the North through. When- - the Thlaold and n Uotol.ia still ery Iboj rue .above-officflno reputation. Charges reasonable. J. E. Lynn, Chairman. gracileur xinkr Into coruuiooplaco, thet and .Northwest last week. Special attention to the traveling public. By W, P. Walton, Sec'y. Gaq.Aapin wall, the great New York can are detached, anil lha ikmim&r V. I'. KEWCOSIli, Pro'r, o their places in ihyMiniiry lrrlar;i, merchant, died of apoplexy. Mt. Vernon, Ky. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY . warrant, The faces cf TilJfn.JIendricLs-ac- d until ii freah wonder of nature Two deatha have occurred here in the another tt oWifntTj( tha crrBTcnJtnt yahl"-cl- 'HI n cock are to adorn the new silver cerlifi- last few days, Mrs George Kinder, of conscattered aloes tha route, and kept in cates FAH0RING PROHIBITION. sumption, and Mrs. E'iai Kidd. of menin-- Siren r:illrnid'inm wcr?r roasted to readinea for IhU Tvypurpofe 4 I will deliver Ice to regular customer, in Stanford e, Cjiwadfc we baited fourlrjav! death in a shanty rTur 8)weret, I'.i FriReycnue by License for gitis. Mrs Lydia P.. Root, of Milledge-vill'AfDea tr, Rt!tng Public and vicinity erery morning at is also dead of tbe latter disease. & f Vice. "Woo unto him that buildeth his Fifteen yca sso'Uad vWlsJ'tGtJ tkrlT? day nighl. One Cent Pound. John O. McAlisler eende the fjllow-log- : Wow Both Pat Hunt and his wifs were held home by unrighteousness and bis chaming crtywiThita 30,000 r7pii1ti Account.dueat tbe With a view to clewing out my busi- when custom i r quits. close of each montb, or " Jer. rxii. 13. over to the circuit court for thu murder of bers by wrung It claim GO 000 122-ness here, I will on Monday, the 13th inst., It. E.JJ AlttOW. I think Denver one of the most biauli Hick Thomas at Paria Tho more money you exact of a raloon offer for sale, on tho premises, the remainHon. James W. Tate announces thnt HitutteJ 18 the continent fulcitieion MACK Bl'.UCE'a keeper to cell liquors, the harder he will der of my property, consisting of household ho Is a candidate election asSfate rallca from the foot of the mighty work to ruin jour rons and daughterr. and kitchen furniture, farming implements bay, (atingMht) Treasurer, sulject'tu any notion the demo- How high do you want lie license? Some Buggy & Implement House. and live stock, the latter embracing thor a curtain of piclarnqaa mountains, cratic jurty lake West, one says io high that will prohibit. Ah, ough bred cows and heifers, one yearling Vfcloria Morosini fichillin, who ran 70 rnllti atrelch, fl inked on the, rfferj t Jbr " I hare now the secret of wanting license is for the mon- bull, all rehired or oubjct to registry, h away from home to mirry her father' lowering Gray' IVak, and on the left ey's sake. Shame on the man that wante a lot grade of Alderr.eyr, a lot of yearlings A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and It almo't coachman, has completed the circait by the world reaownel 'l'lkeV money at the expeaso of hia son or daugh- and two year old steers, nice young feederB, othor Agricultural Implomonto, The awe charia- - runnirig away from her bu.band. , Aloe tint, the flUa ter's vlrtuel-Ravie- w. a tine mare and colt, 2 horses, 200 (or- - upBesides a LW Ctty to Messrs. George W. Child and A.J. ing'featUUttiBt rind(ir-tra- il "An experience of more than twenty ward) fat sheep, a small lot of bogs, &c. attractive aloo cbuii.n iti Deaver, enly in 5 Drexel, cf Philadelphia, who distribute Full Lino ot Buggies and Wagons hits taught me that Terms $10 and under caab over that fold betulr. I mean tl e opn water coure their charity toi."lhrr, have eich given $1,- - years of judicial life more than seven eighths of the crime com- amount 90 days with cegotiable note. J. Alwaj. on hard. In connection with my in iTiry treet ar.d on both tide., with 000 to the Charleston P.elief Fund. business, I will also carry a rfrenh-uitStrpbe Ujiweau hae been appointed mitted in this country which involve O. McAlister. their babbling rlfuleta-carryiComplete Stock or Lumber, the CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. and greenneai wherem they go. Postmaaler at Pleasant Hill, "Shaker-town- ,' personal violence were traceable to Noah Davis, mo of intoxicating liquors. Both rough rnd dressed. Price, on everything a. I viilted Denrer in 1S71, thj tree Klnre Mercer county. A postoffice has Mrs. Ward, a very estimable lady, is Chief Justice of the New York Supreme were aaplioK' then, have- - ru up to for-- been eitablishcd at Alcorn, Jackson countthat Low as any one. very ill at present, with little hope of her Court. g'owtb., and now form toble tl.taa yrecover- I solicit a share of your patronage, Hopctfuly, Judges uro weary with calling attention from .treet end to -- trtel end letting off It is said that the drouth in Texas has Mr. J. Ottenbeiraer, our enterprising llMrr I. JI, liltVCE. breadth nf highway In woo rmdered a scope of country 800 miles wido to drink as the principal cause of crime, the generoua but I oan not refrain from saying that if aud wide awake real estate agent, with droua beauty. Oreenet t;ra pla'a real and 500 miles lorg totally de.litute, and they could make England eobei they Morris J. Harris, in nUending the State the eye in front of erery boufe, between that fully 100,006 families rtquire immeBoth are highly , would shut up nine tontba of tha prisons." Fair al Columbus, . pTf ment and a'ree while emerald lawn-- diate relief. pleieed with the magnificent affair. SuLord Chief Justice Cileridge, of the nourl.hed by Mobile and Montgomery have quaranbeautifully kept and ea-l- lr ! Tho many friends of Mrs. H. L. Steger unlimited water aupply, are the rule tined against Biloxi, Miss , where yellow premo Court of Eaglaud. tho will regret to know that ehe and her lovarnoM WIIKKCH fever ha bten officially declared to exist. in private premiiea. "It has been eaid that greater calami ble little daughter, Era, left last Tuesday No Trayclcr Returns Sick! When one nil cl that thU exqniaile oa Trains oa the railroad now paia Biloxi tun ore inflicted on mankind by intemper- afternoon for Louisville, to make it their at of beauty and thla grand city of 00,000 without stopping. In these tight time, each buyer should consult ance than by the three great historical home. She is greatly pleated with the his own interests. Why should you give one merha- - all apruog out of a sandy plaine in lr W. V , Mr. Van scourge, war, peetilcnce and famine. This educitional facultiea there, and expects to chant 50c for an article when you can buy the At Fijettevlile, same thing from another tor Cc. To do this Is not pelt, candidate for nomination for Slate is true (or us, and it ia the measure of our remain until her child-e- n are educated. than 10 yearr, it ia Indeed anming Justice to yourself or family. In the next place, you should be snre to get goad E. GladHon well I remembtr when I'ike'a Peak Senator, was shot three timen and danger- discredit and diegrace."-- W. articles. Poor goods are dear at any price. Nothou-eanO.'d beuly (to young one) -- "How very where is thla more so than In Medicines. Ye u ously wounded by J. II. Itbell, brother of stone, Premier of Great Britain, io the was the goal toward, which eager might as well pay charmingly your new tuaid docs your hair. Inert medlclnt.. 50c an ounce lor saw dust m h r House of Common' pressed, acrOM the arid waste that a rival aspirant. Bourne has lust received his large stock ol MedJoseph J. Dveb, of Emcaeter, Pa., betweeajniterncivHItiticii and wag in She make it look u if you bad q tile a intervened Suppose all the liquor in a town icines of all kinds. Every article fresh from the and nine one large cask, what difference would it good suit." Young beauty (to old one) weatern gold. How many perished by the was sentenced to three year manutacturers. lie now ha. tbe nicest and cheapest selection of fancy goods, show case articles, Ac, way outright: how many more won the months' imprisonment for an attempt to make whether that cask was tapped in onet "Y&'.tou knowshe was in your eerrice once Ac. TbecslebratedLamare's Spectacles and eye foot of the treacher assacslnate Judge Livlngitone, who bad two or ten places, so the liquor was sll-- j and wigs give a hiir dre.'eer euch good glasses a specialty. The bast brands ot mixed race nd landed at tie paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, tewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' uu peak, exhausted anJ eptnt with the revoked hi. license to sell liquor. drawn out and drank? High license pro-po- practice." goods, chromos. fiamo, lamps, brushes, looks ol Four of the rhc roughs who took px overland journey, to find tkt their the people will feirut to draw all tho liquor all kinds, stationery, a tnousand articles for the Bucklen's Arnica Salve. mocked by pestion of a pissenger train at Livingston, buy, but it proposes to have a few lees taps grandmas, maUen aunts and tbe smartest bahopes of apeedy wealth were The best SaWe In tho world tor Cuts. Bruise. dear tbe business all at by In how few clutched Tuck Mullins, Bill Mains, John Slavery Sores, Salt Rheum, Ferer Soros, Tetter, Chapped unrequited toil: while thai'd all. Uands, Chilblains, Corn, and all Skin Eruption., the coveted pr!., to find that aucceM In and Frank Barrett have bian arretted and Tne men who established ibis Govern- aid posltlrely cure Plies, or no pay required. I, Dr. M, L. Baurne'a New Drue Store, Stanford, Ky. atuaeilng gold was not the highway to hap sent to jtil in default of $000 bait etch. Witment were meu of moral conviction. 1. guaranteed to giro perfect aatlsfactlon, or money Patterson Bell and James Simpson rlchet!" said not nlnese. "Deccilfulncss of ness the following resolution: "Resolved, refunded. Price 25 cent, per box. For sale by th Master well, when he characterised were hanged at Marion, Ark , Friday for That it be recomiaeaded to the sereral renny A MeAUster. the murder of L-- Goldsmith in 18S5. The them bv thia teru? fthcit Can Be Done ? Legislatures of the United States to immeIv. Utter ai a clerk in a country alore and We found our eld friend, Dt. 11. By trying again and koeplng up courage many diately pass laws, the most effectual, for Steele, of Dayton, ltled In Denver. Ho was killed by the men to escape detection putting an immediate stop to the perni- things seemingly Impossible may be attained. Hundreds of hopeleucaso. ol Kidney and Llrer came 10 years ago and "grew up" with iu a robbery. cious prjetica of distilling grain, by which Complaint hare bren cured by Electric Bitten, Hilarious drunkenness is raid to bav4 thriving p'ace. He is now like John the the most extensive evils are likely to be after ererythlng else bad been trlod la Tain. So IS WARRANTED to cure Fecr and been Ike order of the div yesterday at the Gllpl- ndon't think there Is no cure for you, but try Elec Ojutl-nents- l Apuc, Intermittent or Chill Fever, derived, if not quickly pravcateJ. Fever, Dumb Ague, Illllous Fever, of crellt ant renown." in the prohibition county so safe, so pure primary drction tric Bitters. There is no medlolne "A cUIn Congress, 1781," " Fever), Liver Dengue (or " llre.ik-bon- e and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitter, an old friend, but a ofBuilitt. The Oiuae oftemprrance is Henry waB not only Complaint, nnd all discuses arising from will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Dlsoaao. of 51 alarlal poisons. Judge Finley, who has just retired from the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach apt to b endinned by oomlrig into ecbool and collego mate and our meeting contact with politics. IuisvilIe Commer- the beuch in the exlremo southwestern cir- und Llrer, and orercome all Urinary DlQculUoa. was a delightful one "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 18S4. cial cuit of the State, hi been nominated fur Large Bottles only 50 cent, a bottle at Penny & From Denver our route lay though "For eighteen months suf-erc- cl The ofilclal report of the casualties by Cjiih'refn by the republicans ol the eleventh McAlUter. and Iowa. The former, btautiful xuWi Chills and Fever, Excitement in Texas. country; the latter, from end to end, theesrtkqunke at Cnarleslon, putn the district. Tenyeusago Finley was apprairie having Chills every other day. Oreat excitement has leen cautcU In tbe Tlclnl-t- y Twenty three col- pointed District Attorney, but as he had almoct as lovely a "rolling" landacape ac number of deaths at Si After trying various remedies of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable rocoTery of Bour ored and ten white person's are known to novcr seeu a copy of the United States Stat-iit'to cure, used a tLe blue grrse lands in Fayette and II r. J, , Corley, who was so helpless he could not recommended he soon took to the mounUlns and turn in bed, or raise bis head; oTerybody aald bo bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and bon. I ww elmj ly aatcunded with th charm- have bien killed, and it is thought that have never since had a chill. ing character of the prorpect through Cen- others are probably buried under the ruinr. was hoard of no more until Matt. Adams was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. The reideceof John P. Nunnelley, wore him into frazzlo in a race for Congress King's New Dlscorery was isnt blin. Finding re EDWIN HARPER." tral Iowa, on the routo of our railway. I lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr VnX.Vi.UMD BY bad thought to find it flit and uninterea:-i- c; about ton miles eattof thin plaoe, was burn- He u the tall, ilarco mountaineer that bull- King'. New Life rills, and by the time he h& though prepared for great fer- ed last Wednesday night. It was known dozed Police Chief Wballen, Col. Sel. Mil-le- r taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ot the DlsDr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. prairie, and Judge Fleming, who went up from corery be was well and bad gained In flosh thirty-Sold by all Druggists. tility. On the contrary, here weie' our as ''Nunnelley Springs" and was the halfpounds. Trial bottle, ot this Oreat Discovbeautifulway stopping place the guests going to this city to elect Gen. Woolford four yemrs six choicest Kentucky lands, lying for Consumption free at Penny & Mci.llsrs. Somerset ago, though he has since frequently refus-o- d ery ly, exquisitely farmed, and not confined and from Hock Castlo Springe. vito hold hU courts for fear of personal Positive Cure for Piles. contra! coun-tie- s, Reporter. of (o a little cluster To the peopled thla county we would .ay that Too much credit can not be given the olence at the hands of less dangerous men, going through an entire Hla'e of but mail contractor we have boen given tbe Agincy of Dr. Uarchl.l'. galla t people of Richmond, V., for their He has made a fortune great area. Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Council Bluff, timet tfibrla in suppressing the earth- on the mountain route, and may farce toeure or money refunded Internal, External, Omaha in Nebraska and tap Blind. Blooding or Itching Piles. Prloe iOo a box. Ten thousand people turned out, Ma, Belts, the democratic nominee, to "'ho Best Newspaper in America, in Iowa Ho on opposite aidea of the mighty quake. the rough-anTor sale by Penny 1 McAllstcr, Druggists. and by far tha Most Readable. The former is a rushing city, and the militia, summoned by alarm bells, bis bar'l pretty freely in Missouri. Unm.K Li. L, t.. .U uni.1 W spot. If every city Agents wanted everywhere to earn destined to future magnificent importance were promptly on tb Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Times. modest Iowa neigh- would follow the example of Richmond, mautle.-Louiav- illn money in distributing the Sun's PreWo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marehlat's and quite ecllpalng iU the severest earthquake might ba so intimFemale Remedy, t cure Female DisThe following is known aa tbeNew York miums. bor across the river. as Ovarian acroav the Miaalsslppi, after passing idated aa to prove practically harmless, cholera medicine aod has stood the eases, such Falling trouble., IntUuimatlon and Sun Ooce The most interesting and advantaUlceration, and Dlsplaoeme.t or bearing - O.- -J equai down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change e I .through Iowa, and we struck endless praitest in nearly oyery case: geous offors ever made by any NewsMark Rinkia, the notorious Ken parts of tincture of cayenne, tincture of Lll,Leucborrhcea, besides many to ,rio -a Chicago. weakness... pongpaper. wmW'i bo ourn In ecenea endear- - tucky outlaw who was recently captured opium, tincture of rhubard, essence of pep- ing from the above, like Ileadathe, BIoaMag, SpiMo Subscriber ignored or neglected. escaped from ia captors by ej6ying the kind nal Weakness, Sleepleesness, Nervou. Debility, in Arkansa, , ed.and familiar; Mix permint, and spirits of camphor. Something for all. Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For .al by DrugOwaley and dwell- jumping from a Nuhville & Chattanooga well. Don, fifteen or thirty drops in a gists. Price, and II 30 per bottle. S.nd ta Dr. Beautiful aud Substantial Premiums in tl Ing.Mder a toof where we had always train which was ruaning at the rate of wintvlais of water, according to age and J B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. V for pasaphl.t, free. Blandard Gold and othcrWalohea.Valnihlo loving, in days gooe nearly forty mile an hour. Rankin killed .found. a.. welcome, so violence of the attack. Repeat every fif- Fori ale hv Penny A MoAIUter. Drulsta. Dooka, tho Beat Family 8evrlng 51 v' ine onr wot,d wDdMlBs for two men at Williamsburg, Ey., two years teen minutes until relief is obtained. l bilMt known to tho trade, and anunequiod list reason, jfen years ago we left Chicago to ago, and ever since has been at large. A of objects of rial utility and Instruction. Toe deaoon'i wife wanted to Jot down H.eoUr.upono, raUalon we are yet folfillioK reward of $500 is offered for arrest and deR&tes, by Mill, Postpaid: tbe text, and leaning over to bet scape- "Wba Baby waa sick, wo gave h.r CasUrta, good man, now gone to livery to the authorities at Williamsburg. Ten yean aj;9 the DAILY, per Year (without Sunday) $6 OO grace nephew she whispered: MHye you When aha wm a Child, .he cried fer Ca.torl. (tMojBb. he had just expended DAILY, per Month iwithout Sunday) 50 Problbttionlsts have 129 publications got a card about you?" "You can't play When .he becime'MIss, .he clans; te Caatoriik, I OO . . . Yoar SUNDAY, ;or a chapel, where he hoped to have y$0 000 anreproving FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 OO hd together map; to eight whisky papers. temples in Ja- in church!"thewas hisaoteutu, was so flattered When she bad Children, she gave sheet Caaterla. me prosecute X I OO . g')d womaa . The 393.087 Buddhist . WEEKLY, per Year swer; and mftby the hand and bid me abook. pad Jddrens, Till: SUN. Ken Tork (Itj. - pan in',1714 have deceased to 57,824, Many that she forgot all ab)Ut tbe text. Bos-leevangel; aevGod speed, oq.my, wandering 9ri. of these are In rulue. apeaklng a. wqrd pt hindrance, though er pri-cious te pa e, Talmsge haaouly lost one Sundoy from preaching in thirty years. Dr. Uuerranl's revival at Briar Creek resulted in twenty-twconversions. RiT. George R. Browder, a prominent member of the Louisville Conference died in Ligan county, Friday. The Kentucky Conference convenes at Winchester Bishop Hendrix, one of the newly elected, will preside. A subscription was raffed at Lexington for Brother Birncs, Brrt Cross, the race horro ninn heading tho p'per with $200. that There' n general' itnpres'ion Barnes and Charley Moore "111 mnke a Joucs-Sni- ill tcntn and stump the Sin'v nextflMftou. Itirnen will play' J one nnd LexMooro will lake the role of 8jkII. ington Tramrf Ipt. The larget church in Washington, D. C , is the colored Methodist church on M street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth street. It feats 2,600 people, and all but $10,000 of the coir, $110,000 has been piid. Washington Star. Rev. F. S. Pollitt left yesterday to attend Conference. He can be returned to thie station if the Bishop so wills, and we learn from Mr. P. that It ia the desire cf a large tntjority if not all of his people here, that he be tent to aerve'them again. At a meeting cf the District Committee at Richmond, K.'. on the 21 day of September, 18S0, it ws ordered that a Mars Convention be held at the court lioue in each county in the S.h Congressional District of Kentucky on Siturdsy, Ibe 18lb day of September, 1886, at 2 o'clock r. m., to express their choice for n dsmocratic cscdida'e fvr the 'ffl:e of S'Ve Board of Kqualiz tion, a ml it shall ba the duty of the chairmxn of och c unty committee to report t'.f Rfion f his county Io J. Stone Walter, chairrnun of the district comtni'-trR'chmontl, within fie days after the Muss Conventions are held, and it shall tip hi duty to count and publish tbe vote as received by him, and be shall declare the person receiving tbe greatest number of vo'es the democratic candidate for said office, to be voted for at the next Novem ber clee'ion J Stone Walkeh, Chairman. e, NOTICE! All perrons harlng cUItuj (gainst J. N. Key. nolds.dtcl., will preiect them to me Immediately, properly proren. 1S2 Desirable Home For Sale. The undersigned offer, ior silo hli home nctr McKlnncr, Ky., illuateJ on the McKlnney and IIustoDTtlle turnptko. Itconil.u ot a neat and coxy retldoncu ot teren roouii, niodarn style, new. with an excellent cellar and good cistern and with all necessary outbuildings, and 17J$ teres or tbe bat quality of land. Terms easy and prlco to suit tbe times. IM tf jr. TRIVM.ETT. JOUXSl. UAH,, Stanford. Ky. Farm JFor Sale ! r. I will sell prlrately my farm of 82 acros, situated on the Lancaster ptko, miles from Stanford, In a good neighborhood. It ha. upon it a flno dwelling house containing 8 rooms: good at the door; good barn and all coceaary four norer falling spring, on affording an abundance of atock water.the place, Fencing all in good repair. 83 acre, well et la eras.; in cultiratton Term. easr. Pownalan glren September 20, J8SG. ill also sell thiVtock and crop now tin tbe larm. Apply to els-tetal-anV old Mules, broke to work, 4 Jersey Heifers, 1 thoroughbred Jersey Bull, weight about 1,000 jnundi, rsgis-tore- d in A, J, 0, 0, Book. Two 153" 3lASTUSO.Yl'JSYTOX. ttanford, Ky. Stanford Female College. BTANrOBD.KY. NEWCOMB jtTOTEIi well-knomain-talnlng- Tho Next Session Opens September 1. Noted for Health, Oomfort, Home Oare, Good Disoipline, well Qualified and Efficient Teachers, Thorough Training and wide scope of Instruction. QradUatoi in thrco different couraos, arranged to suit tho mental taste, and cipacltlea of pupils. For Cataloguo apply to H0-2r- e -- SS-t- a A TjEX. ICE! ICEi! ICE! Per tf 8. VAXTOX, President. -- f TT IIOLE3 A LE TIMBER & LUMBER, 22 West Swan Street, . BCFFAI.O, N. Y. Highest cash price paid for White Ash, Black Poplar, Butternut. "V1 lIohA yVle- - Htekory Walnut ?b0i1Sl',.Oi White and Oak and Sycamore. ht'tt &h A. 153-l- C. t Southern Agent, Stanford, Ky, 8IXE, -- E fl! oj nl Washington, Philadelphia and Tho only line running Keiiiuclfj's Monte East son Now York. AHD et FULIiHAX NKiT SLEEPING CARS A SOLID TRAIN 7BOH Louisville, Oinoinnati 6s Lexinfrton. Kv. to Washington City, Tho Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norrolk and all Vlrzlnia .and North Carolina Polnta. For ticket, and further Information, epply to your noaresttlckot office or address W. W.Monroe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky . BOTj:R,:me Fast Trains for Now York. Connecting In the same depot with W.SJ.WIUKHAH, 2d Ice President, Richmond. Virginia. JLW.rimEij, Uen'J Pass'r Ag't. da Concert Grand, PI AMOS ! Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. ei We aro opening the most carefully celccted, the finest and best stock of PIANOS AM) ORGANS Ever brought to this city. Every Instrument Is tbe pride of an artist and prices rango from 10 to 23 percent, lower tnan other dealer, ask lor tha samo goods. Persons ol musical and art culture are Invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultl- Txicu, ituuvu iuue uuu um designs oi tucse cerebrated instruments: e Ague Cure I AYER'S Tho World-rcnomic- tl luinbe, tho Fa mous Decker & Son, erett and tho Reliable A'ew England Pianos, The Celebrated Olongb. and Warren and the John Olmroh & Co. Organs. Fleaso communicate with us for catalogues, term nd prices. H. It. Special Ag'is, Ij. I the Poynlar Ev- J. (ton, I Or BOSE It. P.ICHARD, rosi-officInferences- - A. R. Pcuny, Mr.. E. If. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. Al Mooro and James ileai-leStanforo; Mrs. Magjlo Holmes. Crab Orchard; Gen. V. J. Lai dram and Miss I.ltzto IIuQ-ma- titanlord, Ky. y, n, Lancaster, Ky, 133-l- O. & M. Hio fr i Mississippi from I. w The direct throuoti line aud old established routa Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and all points in the West. d Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to Ht. Louis. Three (J) Dally Train, from Cincinnati to Ht. Louis. Only IO from Louisville and Cincinnati ke sit. Louis. r.-- hours Tho Only Line by whioh you oan got a Through Slooping Car From Cinclnatltoat. Louis. . iae O Ar 1KL. Is tbe only line running V. Ob TW through from Louisville and Cincinnati to 81. Louis, aU other routes being TPVio X U.X3 made up of a combination of .mall road.. Tho Ohio tA tfcat, pr full particulars a. to rates, time, maps, clrcuUrt or any desired Information, or write to ROUT. n. FOKMAN. u. ill. H'y, notrarsu. Ji.y, xrBT. rise, W. M PEA BODY. W.B. 8HATTUC, fret and U.n'l Mun'gr, Ua. Pms. Ag't, A MlsaUrfapl Hallway runs Palatial Bleeplne Cars on night trains ; Luxuriant Par lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach es oa an trains. Direct and close connections are made in UNIOW DKPOTd with diverging line, by the O.AM. Railway, thus avoiding tr.ble.ome transfers by other route. The Ohio A Mississippi Hallway Is theoaly Una between Louisville, Cincinnati and Ut. Lout, under one management, running all Its train, through Mild and In consequence is recognised Flrst-Cla- ss Route between those Citlea. Apply to ticket Ag.a a of connecting Hue for o) iei a cmoinaati, v. r nM'il L ri ;y A--. Hf Thocioter we nnalyxo this qwtlon, Mho more clearly wilt the soundness of these In.theiAraerlcan eonstltntlonal system views appear. Loyalty to government ' Is the sevtreian of the State ii manifested by the duty of the cltlzea. The political anfc swimming, wbea he was taken with the the exercise of the right (1) of Eminent tithesis to this virtue Is Treason. Trea 7, H8R cramps and called loudly for help frcm a feptember Stanford, Ky.. Domain; (2) by the right to impoie taxes: son is forbidden and is punished, because passing boat in which weie a young man (3) by tho exercise of Police Power, by it Is an abuse both of tbe duty of the suband two young women. Tbe man started virtue of the power first named, private ject and of the privilege which he eooys. to row to his rescue but the girls ecreamrd w. P. WALTON. property may be taken for publio uie, and Homicide may not only be a lawful thing: "Yon shall not take thnt naked man into nnblio use onlv. upon just compensation. but may be a proper thing to do. The this boat." Heeding their cries, he rowed For instance, the land of the citizen may be sheriff kills a man, by hanging, in obedi DEMOCBATIG TICKET, for tho Bhore, where ho deposited the crimtaken for the onstruqtioo of railways, turn ence to the mandate of a court. This is For Congress inally prude young women and went bscV pikes, ferries, fori, arsenals and for such justifiable. One man slays another in the for tie man, only to eee him sink to rise no JA5li:s 15. McCKEARY, This Is other things of which it can be said the use necessary defense of own life. more. 0( Madlion. ii public. Under the second named power excusable. But murder, which is the lo Chauleston, S C, seem to be a doom-e- l the citlzju Is required to pay to the govern-mi- cal and moral antithesis to justifiable kill city. It hardly recoyr t from dire disa fixed tribute in consideration of the ing, Is forbidden and punished. Why7 The anti prohibition speakers make a aster before another follon, setlingbsckjtho protection which the government, through Because it is the abue of the right one great mistake in trying to defend the use of growth of tho place, which had always ben its official channels, extends to him in the man has, under given circumstances, to Tho womlorftil Paln-Cur- cr over whisky and quoting from the Bible lo sus- alow till 1SS0, since which tlmo its nopuU ninTmnln(hU life, his libsttT and his take the life of anotheil The acquisition effects nro ought to admit tion has IncriaseJ 23 pr cent. Four tlmM tain their position. They property. Under the third named power of property Is both sanctioned and encourthe self evident fact that the excessive oss has it been almost devastated by fire, (11 called indifferently the police power of the aged by law. Tho abue of the right to acof ardent spirits is the bane of this country, 1778, 1706, 183S and 1S01. Four year of State and the public police and economy, quire is fjund in robbery, embezzlement, raining lives, destroying homes and bring- war left its terrible impress upon i1; a feat systems of rules are prescribed having in larceny and kindred crimes. Hence tbe ing ihame, crime and misery not only upon fnl cyclone m?ept it In August of last year view the due regulation and the domestic law forbids and punishes the man who Is those who tarry long at the wine cup, but and now It is nearly destroyed by an earth order of the State, by which the Inhabl-tant- s guilty of these abuse! Tbe manufacture, upon the unfortunate ones entrusted to quake, without precedent in the iMew are bound to conform their general the ownership and the bearing of deadly their care and dependent upon them for World. behavior to thow rules of propriety and weapons Is allowed by law, Says the Con comfort and support. They oucht also to Tnc republicans in Mahone's district, good neighborhood which are calculated to right of tbe citizens to admit that temperance is a blessing as the Fourth Nirginis, which by reaeon of its prevent a conflict of rights and to insure to stltutloo: "The bear arms In defense of themselves and the sinch to be commended as the curse of heavy negro vole i overwhelmingly repubMEHCIIANT TA1XOIC. each tho uninterrupted enjoyment of bis State shall not be questioned." But theie strong drink la to be condemned. The issue lican, have enubbtd that little rascal by own. may be an abuse of tbii privilege, and so la not whether temperance is or is not a nominating W. E Gaines for Congress, a If a law prohibiting abiolutely the sale good thing, greatly to be sought, but wheth- man who has opposed his manner and meth of spirituous liquor Is defensible upon con- the legislature has forbidden the carrying IhiTirKtWeJ and itlll recti Tlnf er prohibition is the best and surest man. ods from' the start. Mahone's man Billing stitutional grounds, it Is because it falls of such weapons concealed. riaying at cards is deemed by law to be tier of dealing with an evil that all moral got only 23 votes in tbe Convention to within the scope of the exercise, by the an innocent amusement, but eyen this uen admit is a blighting one. That ia the Gaines' 92 It was a crushing defeat to the State, of Its police power. la liable tc and only question to be argued and really the boss, which shows that he is no longOotnprUUf Ue bett ln,tb I affirm, lit, that such laws can not con- sportive game been directedabuse,the pre-so muit,blii will t legislation has to decided and the only one to be stitutionally be made, by which I mean to er a power for evil in the Old Dominion. vention of the abuse by forbidding that Gotten Up in Style and Make Second to Hone in City or Country. should pin their opponents In say that the police power, workiog through Tub democracy in Contention at West the channels of legitimate legislation, can bets of moasy or property shall be laid up Me Trial. speech to this simple proposition and not Liberty nominated Pres Taulbee for Congame. not reach out and take absolute and un on the allow them to monopolize the sympathies gress In the 10th District and adopted resoI might thus rnn through the whole qualified control of any article ot traffic of their audiences br their appeals to the lutions denouncing civil service reform as a sentimental nature. mny have a use not necessarily and criminal code, and show that whenever which is the sheerest nonsense and the moat humbug and calling upon the President to unqualifiedly pernicious. I affirm, second- the law Interfere with the conduct of the inezcnsable of follies to attempt to defend turn the rassals out. The convention be- ly, that if BDJolute prohibitory laws are not citizen, cither in respect to hie own indithat which is indefensibls the intemper- sides recommended D M. Hagar to suc open to the objection named, they are still vidual demeanor or in respect to his conate use of liquor. It can not be successful- ceed Gross as U. S. Marshal and endorsed unwise, viewed from a moral point of ob- trol and disposition of property, such inly done and he who attempts it gets only Jas Gardner, of Migoffio, for Lieutenant servation; In conflict with the rules of po- terference does not touch the use, but is limited to the prohibition and the punishcensure for his pains. There Is a question Governor. litical economy and destructive of the et d Our young friend and former county-ma- (temperance) which is professedly the ob ment of the abuse. however whether prohibition will prove the DKALER Now Is any one foolish or fan attest cure-a- ll Mr. John L, Bssley, has received the ject of this enactment. for the evil and it should bed is enough to deny that spirituous, vinous and and decided calmly and dispassion- instruction of Clark county for the repubcussed g or otherwise reAll legislation, ately. Many good people go off half cocked lican nomination for Congress in the 10th lating to crimes and misdemeanors, is en- malt liquors all have their uses? Uses, tinder the belief that it is the king of rem- District. John Is an orator from Oration-vill- e acted by virtue of the police power of a too, which may be properly regarded as and Pres Taulbee, being somewhat of government. The history of such legisla- neceesltieel Etch one of these liqaors is edies and denounce unstintingly those whose observation has taught them that it a talker himself, tbe race between the two tion shows that It is limited to the restraint used in cases of sickness upon the prescripis not and who consequently oppose it as a would ha a picnic for those who delight in and In the punishment of abuses. The tion of the most eminent physicians of the medical profession. One of them Is used matter of policy. They are as honest in feasts of reason and a ffow of soul. use of property (and I employ the word In ocprohibitionists and ought their belief as the The London Echo suggests Gen. W. J. a sense contradistinguished from abuse) Is lor charch purpoees upon sacramental casions. Most of them are used is the very to be classed as whisky men because Land ram as the republican sot candidate not and can not be interfered with by any they can not eee as well as their wiser breth- against Gov. McCreary. The General Is a government of constitutional limitation. highest works of art and science in meren. In this free country a man has the good man, too good in point of fact to be The 21 and 3J sections of the Bill of Rights chanical operations, in chemical analyses, right to think end act as he pleases, provid- needlessly slaughtered and sacrificed as he (Constitution of Kentucky) declare ''That and in other and various departments of ed he does not please to interfere with the would be ehould he be placed upon such an absolute, arbitrary power over tbe lives, Industry. As a beverage, used in moderation, tbe opinion of mankind may be diprivileges of others, and we for one shall altar. liberty and property of freemen exists novided as to whether tbey are healthful or exercising that not fall out with him for The primary election In tbe Fourth dis- where In a Republic, not even in the largest W. B. If prohibition carries, as we are in- trict, Saturday, resulted in the selection of majority; and that the right of property is deleterious. The same diversity of opinion JOHN MeKlNNEY. I tblfftato. right. BRIGHT, clined to think It will, no one will strive Hon. A. B. Montgomery, over Tom Rob- before and higher than any constitutional exists as to coffee, tea and tobacco. There wanting skilled scientists who afharder to have it strictly enforced than we ertson, as the democratic candidate for sanction." While these general proposi- are not and tho advocates may count on our warm- Gongreea by 850 mtjonty, a very great tions are parts of the organic law of the land, firm that the nicotine of tobacco, the cafle est support. In the meantime we are not surprise to the friends of the latter gentle- there Is, confessedly, a kindred maxim of Ire of coffee, the tanln of tea and the alcohol of liquor are all kindred poisons, satisfied that it is the true policy to adopt. man. the law, of equal obligation, that every which are prejudicial to robust physical We are uncompromisingly .gainst whisky The democrats of the Richmond, Va , man must so use his own property as not to and mental development, while others shows that it will be but since experience Congressional district have re nominated injure the legal rights of another. Thus it contend that the stimulating principles of sold, we believo in making it pay its part Hon. George D Wise, who though vowing appears that the legislature, exercising po- these various articles, at least retard the to the support of the government. If a that he would ne'er concent to be returned lice power, can exert it with reference to wistc of the human system, which reaull DmUiiId ill Una af . majority think otherwise, however, and to Washington, hat consented to serve the the private property of the cilizm only in from the physical and mental exercise law. we shall, aa we do all others dear people again. adopt the case that the use of such proprrly interLeaving this Issue to be discussed by men upon the statute book, urge its strict en ans The bricklayers' union at Charleston has feres with the legal and vested rights of of science, one thing must stand confessed Farming-Implementforcement. other. And this brings us directly back to shown its disposition to extortionate by that in the opinion of mankind in general, Anotheb earthquake shook raising tbe price for their labor to SG per the original proposition, that constitutional spiritnous, vinous and malt liquors have a Charleston Friday night, adding day and other trades are showing a like de- legislation in such cases must concern itself use, whether it be one of necessity or luxuto the work of destruction and running up sire. with abuses exclusively. The exercise of ry. That this issue whether it bj sacrathe long list of killed and wounded, which my rights over my property in such manmental, mechanical, chemical, medicinal, MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. now number C3 and over 100 respectively. ner ai that I do not Injure the rights of my luxurious or needful, can not lawfully s of the buildings of the city Only two or three people up here felt neighbor, Is a legitimate use of property. restrained by government Is the propo especially those of brick are either in tbe earthquake shock. This is secured to me by the fundamental be sition I affirm; but that the abuse which re are damaged to such an extent ruina or C. W. Ping and S. Prewltt furnish all law. For my protection in the enjoyment in drunkenness and debauchery may that they will have to be rebuilt or repair- the beef our citizens can use. of this right, I pay tax to tho goverment. sults be prohibited and ought to be punished, is ed. The loss to the city is estimated at Squirrels are coming to this county in The exercise of my rights over my properlew $10,000,000, and there is a proposition to droves. Geo. Fish and John Cook killed ty in such manner as that I interfere with affirmed with equal sincerity, and no cindor. With what force of reasoning, I call upon the Government for loan of that 45 last Saturday. the legal rights of my neighbar,is an abuse then irquire, can any advocate of prohibiamount to aid in the prosecution of the W. P. Hlatt and A. K. McClary went of the rights of property. enactment of such Ie, severwork of repairing the damage. For For such abuee, the party Injured may tion contend for the to Barbourville last week to eee F. B, Mcstation as will not simply restrain, but nights thousands of people Clary, who ia very III. al days and sue me in a civil action, and, beside, the which will absolutely destroy a use (that is sought Bafety in the the parks and open "S. C. Davis, Superintendent Pablic government may prosecute me by indictis spaces of the city, fearing to return to their Instruction," is the way the new county su- ment. Tbe distinction should be kept in the sale of liquor for any purpose) which not of itself pernicious. The mere sale of devastated homes and a feeling of paric perintendent signed his first official title. mind. The use Is a legal thing. unless it be assumed seemed to poeecss them. The scenes of The Abuse is an illegal tbing. Prop- liquor Injures no one, The pupils of this school district are NUllKEl'N, expends his money frr horror and destruction can hardly be real- having a picnic while Mrs. Nleld it off lec- erty in horses is almost universal among that the purchaser article for which he does not get value beized. People who had never prayed turing. They have a whole week's vaca- mankind. This animal Is put, by his own- an government then descend gan to call upon the Lord and hundreds tion this time. er, to various uses, and, Indeed, to various received. Shall to say what is and what la not needful to absolution by priests from their sought Judge and his utilities, But it is possible that the use J. B. Lair, shall buy and wba sics. The scents were as mriuing ana as son, Tobe, will assist Mr, Baker In collect- may be changed into abuse. The owner for the citizen, what he Gralu, Wool, Heeda, FmI, Coal, Lumber, JElc. he shall not buy? Is the government a heart-tryinalmost as the terrible last days ing the taxes for this year. The Judge may choose to turn him loose at full speed, wardt? and are the people all of Pompeii. on a crowded highway, to the great dan- guardian will make a good collecting officer. Shall we have furnished to us by the legls Ojtober Elder Pope, of Laurel, will preach nt ger of the public. For this abuse, tbe The 20th Ht. Louis Fair opens lature a schedule of articles with fixed 4th and continues six days. It is the the Christian church at this place Wednes- owner can be punished. To prevent this prices, coupled with a mandatory clause greatest exhibition of the kind in the coun- day and Thursday nights of this week and abuse, laws exist forbidding racing on the eaylntr, "This you need and this you do not try, no lees than $73,000 being distributed longer if the circumstances seem to require highway. But one would scarcely suppose ne"d'7 Every housekeeper In the land that the Legislature or "even the' largest as premiums on stock of all kinds, machin- him. We suppose the recently elected coun- majority" could legally require the owner with a reasonable amount o( money has be races each day on ery, &c. There will ty officers will execute their bonds and en- to kill his bene or to keep him in his own daily upon his table something which he the new mile course by the moat celebrater upon the discharge of their duties at enclosure, because of tte liability to the might dispense with, viewed from a narted horses In tbe country. On the night once. Those whose terms expire expect to abase! Property in Railroads row utilitarian point, be does not need. is growing of October 5tb, the grand annual nocturnal go PHARMACEUTISTS out Shall government interfere and cutoff tbe common. The use is largely beneficial to pageant of the ''Veiled Prophet," comdecency has There seems to be great deal of flux mankind. But even this character of prop extravaganct? Every man of prising 35 floats, will be given, at an ex raging in article of wearine apparel which In this county. We can hear of erty may be Ky.v diverted, by the method cf imn pense of thousands of dollars. All raildeatns occurring all oyer the county. its operations and general conduct, into tbe tbe same narrow and ascetic sense, did not DOBiVriBltH II haye genroad and steamboat companies value given when he bought DriiRH, There were threo burled at Scaffold Cane Wall Paper, Win cm. .tliiMlcnl gravest abuses, The live stock of the pro- amount to the erously made a rate of one fare for the church one day last ChcuilcalM, Bookts, week. Liquor it. Shall the government take cognizance IuNtrneiiieiuu, prietors of the land through which they trip during the entire week. To round fjfi fHJPH, PntiitH, Ntiuioiiory, As tbe government at Washington I repeat tbat tbe Pocket be recklessly killed; the lives of of the improvident rnn, may Ol Ik, NoniiH. 'J obaccoM. thoee desiring to visit the "future great," can't well do without Judge Cuilnrv. Durham, we passengers may be, and are occasionally, mere sale of liquor is in no sense evil or Iiti in pis, Perfumery, Fire ArniH, Machin this offers a most delightful and Inexpen- would like to see . O. Orrens, of Scott pernicious. To get to the evil one must lost by reason of the criminal neglect of sive opportunity. OurJorrclrT, Sllrermiro nrnl Optical Goods Department la In Chanre oMJel omit the use and lodge county, made governor of this graud old tho sale, the operatives. But shall any one be jump over Thoa. The New York World says: Mayor Commonwealth. Wo think he could re- heard to say that legislation should either on the abuse. But the logic which can find style. Dcbnrd8, who will itepalr ft'atches and Clocks promptly and In tho best the evil in the sale because It abounds In Hillyer, of Atlanta, Ga , having been asked move "the terrible rut." prevent, restrain or retard the use because Mr. W. M. Weber came out from the abuse, will surely not stop, in its wanas to the eflect of the prohibition or local of the liability to, and frequent occurrence derings at liquor. It should include the sale in his town replies Knoxville last week and he with his famioption law on business of, the abuse? Illustration might be multhat everything la booming with the ex- ly returned to that city last night. It is tiplied indefinitely! These are sufficient of morphine, because the purchaser may Is Tlie Best ception of the liquor trade. He thinks said that Mr. J. J. Williams will remove for the purpose to point out the distinc- sometimes abuse its palliative use and beWaterproof Goat business has been actually helped Tbe with his family to Tennessee in a short tion, wide and radical, between use and come an opium eater. It should include arsenic, because the purchaser, using it for Mane, preecription druggists agree with him. timo. abuee, and to show further that tbe provKm fnnIo onlm Don't waits money on s sum cr robbtr coat Th rinn nrtANn slickem health of Atlanta was never so poor, N, Williams has been assigned to ince of government la at an end when it cutaneous eruptions, might finally poison D. ittufwl with iht abtft. Tbe itMolnlehr vntrr ami w rnoor, ana win Keep you dry 111 m -. iiaraeu norm TK1DI MiI. v :c AtklortliaHSI! HKANjS" .....-..- .."".. '.:.'!.v.iusi'. " The' troubles are mostly of a stomachic duty at the distillery warehouse of Lynx directs its legislation to the prohibition his whole system. It ehould include pork, ii,. !... .. . . ;;;.ry:.. u::,zvv'".:?""'.? A ltlv rit,ininimnni ni , linunn n ' IM IMstsMsMsMiisiwsMBMii ii ii because the purchaser dediring to give himusually removed by a &Short In Laurel county. They commence chart c er and are and punishment of abusea. We frequentself a vigorous musculsr development, brandy. drug-storrunning to day. J, B, Fish has resigned aa ly bear tho advocates of prohibitory liquor dose of might eat too much and take dyspepsia whh pleasure that our dear storekeeper and gauger. There will be sev- laws inquire, why may not the governWe observe eral distilleries to start up in this county ment prohibit and punish drunkenness as It should include tea, coffo and tobacco, Elghtoon Profossors and Instructors.- old friend, Gen. John Rodman, ia a can for similar, but more ovlous rearoos, agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneerlng.Classlcal, Hormal School, didate for re electisn to the office of report- this Fall, consequently applicants for the it doss murder, larceny and other crimet7 I CONTINUED NEXT ISSUE. er of the Court of Appeals. Lincoln sends places cf storekeeper and gauger are plen- It may surely do so, and certainly attempts unitary mcucs, uommarciai ana preparatory uourses of Slaav. tiful. The brandy distilleries are running to do sol Drunkenness Is the abuse of the Work has been commenced on tbe her proxy for him, and trusts that he will COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. of the L. & N. from Birdtfl own to Fall term to use be able lo realize on his ueauuiui mono, ni mis iime, uui oppies are scares and tbey privilege, natural and leBlns sept. 8Us, 1886. Tor Cntnlojjrno ami ether twill nut run loog beloLgi the spoils." Springfield. AJJrcw JAJHJ9 1C. IM'n'lJltbON, I'll. I I ijuur U tt.miitiai.to biiu lUuiii ration. "To the vicior X.cxItii:(oii, Stmi-82lklulntmor3ouriraI Ah exceedingly heartlsts case of mock modety is reported from Like Idlewlld In Massachusetts A young man was out THE PROHIBITION CRUSADE. nt I i niment most known. Its tho world lias instantaneous. Ctenfaur Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. New Goods for Spring and Summer, aire It W. H. BHNfflM, 1 .H- n, aff.-ctin- Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevator, Pumps, Cider Mills, &c. WEAREN & MEIiEFEE. terror-stricke- n ery, and Machin Two-third- . Vine Buggies, tiasviages, J I . 5 it Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, g ! M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Stanford, to-d- ay. Opera House Block, f i SLICKER k yB"o""pt ..- " e a CTATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY o God-give- n, 1 Kentucky. ii BE t , mpttkiiicnorjijxriwl Stanford. Ky., I'jtiaaCiudiea at Waters it WtjarenV." sea-to- n First Full Mil or Stiff lists of (be at Bruce & McRoberti. Eld. J. Q Montoomkky will preach by self 46; br letter 21; number of religion vitlt 482; nutnbtr of prayer meeting and at Rush Branch next Bandar morning. funerals 21; nnmber of churches vitiled 101; number of cbtirohes built 1; number farm near Hustonrllle at 1:30 next Mon- ow building 3; number repaired 1; day areolar;, 13th, amount converted to district mission on the i Has the Rer. Joe Muudny a wife? A field $302 17; amount receiyed from exe lady just returned from the "Wesst says she cutive board $497 83; amount from other met a lady there who claimed to be the sources $35; number tf 8unilay Schools wife of Joe Munday, the lecturer. 21; amount raited for church building Eld. J.Q. Llriogton doted his meet $2,160; amount raised and donated on tag at Kings Mountain with 12 confesions field $100; number cf tracts distributed 8,500; number .of S S pspert distributed and an organization of 25 3,000; number of miles horsebick and foot LAND, STOCK AND CROP 2058. Sontepber 7, 1888 Attend J. O. McAlister's sale at kls X. O. WALTON, SusBBa 1..K.J.. :j i L.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going Mortn.. .. A MEORO known a ''Shorty" and who came rem Tennerwe, hid hit lea cat 8B in VaBAKar. Kings Mountain TonnsI Friday night by the local freight. 1. m WAaiais -- Kapmstlatn" i " " " douin th- ...... - ... ,. ... ...-- 13 - 1 ' ("faaajov li raleolaUd nat M ..i.. 2 15 1U1K. Me Bolir 63 u. 15 T. M. r. i" f Fourteen shares of Farmers Bank stock, the property of Rer. J, M. Bruce, sold at auction yesterday to Adam S. Car A splendid lot of milk cows to sell by Delegates Piase Notice. But jcur Scliooi Ujo from Ptnny A penter at $147,70. To ere was no bid on To the Editor of tbe Interior Journal. Jas. E. Lynn. McAllettr. the Stanford City Bonds. Tullahoma, Tenn., Sept. 3. Tbe R R. A. M. Feland sold to James Denny, of WTOiiKfl and Jewelry repaired on ahor meeting here is changed from Sept. 15 to notice p nd warranted by Fenny A McAlIs The ladies, Qod bleee them, are taking a Garrard, a One suckling mule for $100. r. big hand In the fight, bettering that upon J. E Farris sold a suckling mule colt Wednesday 22 same month. It would Bur the Ilaaa Hoi. Remedy, the origi- the result of next Saturday's rote hangs by his jack, Steve Walker, to Jim Denny, eeem from advices that we will have a pret Penny AMcAl-ate- r. nal and only genuine, from tbelr only hope.fcf rescuing their brothers, of Garrard, for the remarkable price of ty lull meeting. We thlox it important that jour county be represented in the A complete stock of jewelry, lateat iocs and hutbandt from a drunkard's doom. $100. Myle. Itockford watches a specially. Pen Fon hale fifteen nici, 2 year old meeting. Pleate see that tome one or more sr A McAliittr. It Is better than a circus to listen to a steer; also loO bushels of Northern white will attend. Respectfully, debate between George Gentry and the rye. Apply at once to R. II. Bronaugh, John C. Docohertt, PERSONAL. Rer. Bsrry, of Louittllle. The latter is Crab Orchard. 7th-Secy. Lincoln county (Tern ) R. R. Com- Mies Miup RcrLEY Is rlilting friends the champion of prohibition, and a good -- Col. O. W.Tribble has sold 2.000 buh-el- s mittee. one, and the licks he gives and takes are of wheat at 70 cents. He has six hunat Harrodtburg. The Demccratic Camp iga Commitlot at J. A. Craft. Kq.oI the London bar. enough to knock an ordinary sited bull dred butbels of damaged wheat, Rich- Washington has prepared a historic review down. mond Register. was here Saturday. of the holes made in tke Treasury by the Fltjx Mr. J. E Purtman, who has jail Tom MrrcALr and wife bare reJ. E. Carson & Bro. sold to E. G. Car- ssppers and miners of the republican patMr. ' returned from Liberty, tells us that flax Is rier, Atheville, N.O, a registered Jersey turned from Nicholas!!!. ty. They find an aggregate, on some Mr. J. F. ZtMMKRMAM, of (be Adtv raging In Casey connty. Dr. 0 H. McRob bull, Signal Ltd, No. 12.109 for $500. counts, of over twenty millions of dollars erts haa 105 cases and another doctor CO This is the sama gentleman who bought talt, was In to see us yeiterday. in aeiaiciuons, it wm oe a long time Beodd. It Is mostly confined to children. Embrv's lick. , cot J. C Reid and Oabe Lwkey, Jr fore tbe people agree to return euch a pr-t- y Mr Sam Cowan tells us thst8imGann Friday and Saturday there were fire deatha tinue quite ill of malarial ferrr. to powei has afield of corn in his neighborhood with R.T.WADE, clerk at Rock Cutle la one neighborhood. Does Prohibition Prohibit? -- We had Spring, is here on his way home. In the county court yesterday T.D. New-lan- eara so heavy that the stalks are actually had the Prohibitory law In this State for t Mm Nell Dcnca, of Lancaster, Is qualified as deputy sherff. The will breaking down from tbe weight. The crop ovet sixteen years, and it did not prohibit with her titter, Mr. R. G Warren. of Green Good was admitted to probate and all over the county is very heavy. County Court. Capt. H. T. Bush in in tbe towns where the majority Mira Err.' Li. TikberMKe, of Sam A. Q. Coffey qualified as executor. B. N. was against it. For a little lime milt, Mies, is visiting MIm Alma Hara. Smith's will was also probated and W. B. reports about 160 scrub cattle on market It dtd, but not for long, It was practically L. Powers and sitter, Mite Smith waa appointed administrator. P. T. yesterday, very few sold. Thote sold Mr. 8. a failure. Would it stand any better from 2 to 3 cents. A few plug horsHattie Power, left last night for New Pollard qualified at administrator of the chance no? If the majority of the men ofNo mules es brought from $60 to $S0 York. estate of Darld Y. Kelson. , fered publicly but a few mule colts were and women in the State to day wanted a M. C. Weareh. T. D, Rtner. 8. SL A vast audience gathered In the Court- Walton hare returned sold privately at from $40 to $00 Crowd prohibitory law now, we should have it, Wilhlte and E. House yesterday to lltten to speeches made would good but not a great deal of business done. and it would do good if the majority from a ritlt to Louisville. enforce it. That is tbe simple troth. But Oreeetburg, by Rer. Green Clay Smith for prohibition Mr. J II. SrEniEHs, of aad by W. U. Miller agaiait. We could OAWLLE, BOYLE COUN11. if a prohibitory law could be got upon the Kansas, Is on a visit to old friends. He is not attend, but judging by the applause Harry Bruce, Mr. Tip Bruce'ri little statute book without the assent of the mamuch pleated with his new home. which resched thl office, great enthusibe a mock Is the proudest boy in town becaure jority to liye up to it, it would Mm Mary Myers, of Millenburg Barry, color- son. ery of all tbe hopes of temperance people. days here on her re- asm was created. The Rsr. College, tpent aereral bis pbtcton poney took the premium at ed, alto spake for prohibition. liar, ford Courant. Lexington laUwcek. turn from a delightful rltit to Virginia. Prince Alexander, of Bulgaris, is scarceAnother Brakeman Killed Friday Cam To Richards' was sick in bed The pottofBce is now opened Sunday as John Elliott, better known as John Stel-lioFriday bat Mis Rote attended to the morning from 10 to 10 30 o'clock, and from ly 30 years of age, but he has had a most was oiling a bnke oa hit train at Jel-lic- o 2 to 2 30 o'clock for tbe delivery of all eventful career. Last year he engaged In a wta eo well that the old gentleman he was caught between the cars and mall matter arriving beforo thesj hours. war with Servia and came out victorious, hardly mined. Joii.v W. Pessinoton, Simon Straus mashed, as be told Capt. Carter, when he Rev. George O. Barnes has written to annexing a province to his domains over found him sitting on the trick. Nothing Dr. J. C. Bogle that be will be here today the protest ol tbe colosasl power of Ruseii. and one or two others were the only from Stanford on tho excursion rerious wss thought of it but the Csptain by the noon train. Your correspondent Last week he was kidnapped and taken nut decided to send him on the paw cnger train learns that he will preach at tbe Court of bis dominions and held a Stale prisoni, to Lexington Sunday. Mim Grace Warner, after a rltit of to his borne at Rowland. He waa accord- House to night, to morrow night, and the but was released and has returned to hie realm, where he was received with enthusiseveral months in Kentucky, returned to ingly put on 24 but died before going ten night following. her home in Iodiaoapolls, Friday, accom- m"e8 Davis will leave to morrow astic loyalty land recrowned a Kin;. His Mr. Jo II. panied by MIm Ira Smiley. The examining trial of J. II. Quinley, for Rich Hill, Bates county, Mo., and may life reads like a romance, and if tho EastMizsri. II C Davis and M. A. Hope, a section bora on tbe Cincinnati Southern, conclude to remain there. Mr. 8heban, ern question should involve the great powa fine pair of Virginia gentlemen, have for ahooting Thomas Blackheart at Mc the new boot and shoe maker, has arrived ers of Europe in a general war, destiny been on a vitit here. A couple of our Kinney, was held before Judge Varnon, from Cincinnati with his family and haa may make of him a hero and crown him an pretty girls are the majnet which drew Saturday, and retultn) In his being held opened a neat establishment on 3rd street, autocrat. them thither. Failure to enforce the Uw U, no doubt in bonds of $100 Qalnley admitted tbe near tbe poeloffice. Mn. and Mrs. 8am M. Owesb hate thootlng, but said he did it to protect the Mr. W. G. Marks, repretenting W. L. the chief caute of these mob murders in ' O I5. WATKBS . 3- - V. WEARCN, F moved to the jaU residence and Mr. Owens company's property. Blackheart did not Fittcben, 220 40t avenue, Louisville, a Indiana. It is next to iniponble to conof the prison, Mr, key now carries the appear as prosecuting witness snd there be- leading mercbnnt tailoring establishment, vict a man nf any felonious crime in any T. D. Xew.'md bat taken his family (o his ing a autpicion in the Judge's mind that is in town in the interest of his house of the State courts if the accused or his proirty on Somertet pike. he had been spirited away, it canted him to Will is an experi in this line and ctn com- friend can raise $5,000. This is an ugly Mr. J. Rice Brown, of Chicago, on holdQuinler. mand a good trade in Kentucky as well as fact, but a fact it is nevertheless. It does ArkansjB and Ttxat, where ho hat en hit way to vitit hie parents at Lancaster, not eicii-- o Ivtchint', but it is the chief Wr. held the forms open till a late hour ccquaintance. wai the guist of his sitter, Mrs. George II, caure why mob murders are so common, last night in order to give space to the card Bruce, Sunday. He Is with the largest The trial of tbe Djnrille A Huston-vlll- e Washington Republican. i highly thought of the Rer. Munday threatened to Indict firm in Chicago and Turnpike Company for charging il againtt Mr. Miller, but we were doomed to legal toll is set for this morning. Parties Farmer Taft, of Uxbrldge , Mass , has by It. in which wo know our of steers which he drives in harness, Mim LtuiiA Lxe, of tho College fac ditappointment, who went from Danville to tho dedication a pair readers will join. An examination of tbe and which have trotted, with four in tbe ulty, who w.t detained at her home in of the new Christian church at Junction before going to press failSpringfl'ld, Mo., by tkedenthof her moth-er,- - legal records just City wero required to pay toll, hence the carrisce, four miles in half an hour. had brought the suit for arrived Saturday night. Miss Mary ed to show that he complaint. K the prosecution is success againtt Mr. Miller, which he alto .icrr advebtihchesth. RIchardion, of Cimbrldge, 0 , a pupil, ar- slander ful there will be other of n like character. threatened to inflict; so we Infer that the rived Sunday. Mr, Wra. D Lunsfortl and Miss Ma-lin- da gentleman has experienced r. We ltarn that Mr. J. W. Bailee, our reverend Hunt were married Srturday even, SALE OF PERSONALTY. change of minnd and intends to devote his county tuperinlondent of school', intends ing by Judge G. F. Lee In tho county time to the tervlce the Lord and not to resigning his office. He will become a Mr. Andrew 'Gore and clerk's office. I will tell it nubile auction it tbo old Brlggi Monticello Sig- such vanities. Lincoln county farmer. Miss M. E. May obtained marriage licente Farm, near UcKloner, on in nal. We will welcome Mr. Sillee to our After a continuous seryice of sixteen Monday morning and were married that lucBday, September , 1SSG, veara as County Clerk, during which time eveninc at the residence of the bride's ft- connty with much pleasure. Mr ttock. eoruiitlD? of a nice lot of brood mirei he was elected fivo timei to tbe office, po-- J thtr( Mr Cnrjg jay al p,.rrjvil!e. Mr. ami colli, l nlco oM saddle ware, nice LOCAL MATTEtS. old saddle ware, i orS Ehaeton ponjr, one litical disabilities which hatl not been le Gore is from Mercer county. . good work mules, 1 Jennet and Jaonet colt Mits Mary Dunlap will leave this l.veamn jacc coil, 10 or u nice cowa and cairct New 8tock of School Shot at Bruce & moved, preventing him from taking i ol which are thoroughbreds, 1 old tboi charge after his first election, Mr. John week for Wei Mo r, near Boston, Mass., oushbred bull. I TurUnz bull calf. 33 nice breed McRoberls'. ;., jsastuatrrTi jr r- . lug Ewes, 23 good Hogs, 20 nice tboats, 40 acres of ff yesterday and turned over where she will attend echool the coming corn, Blain retired larming impitmtnis, ac. LEilNoroN, Lancaster and Lebanon flour Tkrus: All sums under 110, cash; that amount the office to his worthy successor, George winter. Mies Mary Fisher will leave TuesThe LtxJnton UoUk- - Mills Crtam FKur, II. Raney, representative, Is universally ropular and orer, 90 days' credit, with interest on nego- at Waters & Wearen'. B. Cooper. No man has ever filled the po day for a risit of sereral weeks to friends name notes, pirao.e in ine national Will M. "Waters, Salesman, "W & oi HAJt Jl. UlVMQMf. Six building lots for sale between Stan. sition more capably or more acceptably, lu Kansas City, Mo. Miss Kate Caldwell nana T. Ktaniora. toneer. 155-tH. Bcsil. Auct fowl and Rowland, n. J. Darst. and he retires of his own accord, confident and her brother, Mr. J. L. Caldwell, will NOTICE. I will tell at the tame time and office an admir AN excursion to Kantas with tickets that had he stood for the leare Tuesday for Mexia, Texas, where place ? or six good bones, 8 or i Alderney cows, would hare again taken they expect to makd their home hereafter. rearer, wagon, Ac E. B, KENNEDY. down to $5 for the round trip Is agitating ing constituency pleasure in honoring him. Speaking in- Miss Lettie McDonald haa returned to her thote who haye a dispotllion to go Wett. dividually we regret exceedingly to hare home in Atlanta, Ga. 3STO. Hale's Well will be open for two three Mr. Blain leare us. We have had occaREPORT OF THE CONDITION good time OARRARO COUNTY DEPAR1MENT. ...v. t. Coma out. have a sional spats it is true, but they haye alor ma and regain your health at a very small ways ended in making us better friends Lancaster. National Bank of Hustonville. Diur.ns is- and In Increasing our admiration for hia cost. Rer. G. W. Yancey closed a meeting at Kirkarille Thursday InthoStatoof Kentucky, at tho closo of Drugs, Books, Stationery and My fall line ol Zilgler Brothers Shoes talents and ability. He haa besides been n business Aug, 37, 1B80. faithful friend to the Interior Journal evening. Twenlyeeren additions to the Fancy Articles. arrived ywlerday and aro now opened. I Invite my customers and all others to call and his frequent contributions to its col church was the result. RESOURCES. Physicians' procrlptlona accurately compounded. umns hare been highly appreciated. His The ladies of the Fork church will Loans and discounts and examine them. 8. H. Shanks, SS0.607 10 Alto who haa been his deputy, giro a sacred concert at that place next Overdraft estimable wife, 1,633 83 been put up at has also endeared herself to all whoce busiA TELEORArit offi:e has 20,000 03 Saturday erening, the proceeds to be do- U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation Corbln, a station on the L. & N. beyond ness took them to the Clerk's offioe and they nated to religion purposes. Admission 25 Due from approved reserve agents......... 0,400 09 1 1,828 S Due from other National Banks London, and engineers are actiyely engag-e- d both hare the satiifactlon of knowing that and 15 cents. Let erervbody attend, Stock of Watches, Olooks, 339 97 The Largest Due Irom State Banks and Bankers of a rail- they retire with the good will of ererybody. preparing for ine construction 1,309 00 Jewelry and Silverware The Soiree Dansant given by Madam Real Estate, Furniture and fixtures road through the Cumberland Gap to the In their coy little suburban home, sur123 13 Current expenses and taxes paid ......... Louis at the hall Satuaday erening wta Cbccka and Price Lowor than , S ( 0 Evtar bought to tbta market other cash Items sea coaat. rounded by tbe comforts of life and attendthe Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Rewell attended and interesting througn-out- . Bills of other Banks quite C53 00 paired on abort notloe and Warranted. that ed by faithful friends, we hope they may 3,378 93 We are In the midst ol canvats The orchestra from Dripping 8prings Specie 2,300 00 note has not been exceeded in red heat within find that peace, happineea and contentment furnished the music for the occasion. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer our recollection. The champions of both they hare so truly earned. Miss Eliza Lusk is risking Miss Anna 900 00 15 per cent, of clrcuUtlou) sides of wet or dry are Intemperate In the Frsz:e,of Maysrille. J. P. Sandifer, II. MARRIAGES. 8183,371 15 Total bad blocd ndyocacy of their cause and much H. Bateon, Sam Joseph, R. KInnaird, E, LIABILITIES. Tho rocords of the Jeflersanrille, lad., K. Uiggins and Gso. D. Burdett went to is being engendered, eome of which is go830,000 00 Capital Stock paid In ing to he tpillcd if the fever heat continues magistrates for last week show that Joseph Lexington 8unday to hear Rer. Geo. O, Surplus fund 4,000 00 Miss Emily Johnson, of Garrard Ray and 1,701 83 at the present high mark. BarneB. Hugh Logan left for Cincinnati Undivided profits. 17,300 00 National Bank notes outstanding county, Ky., and Aaron Trayner and Miss Monday morning. Mrs.CS.Nield Frances PjtoiiiRiTONSrEAUERS. Individual Deposlta subject to check 47,22 27 Dodd, of Boyle, were married in Rsr. R R. Noel has just returned Duo to other National Bunk 4.C67 43 willepoak at Turueravllle Tuesday, 7lh; that city. They were elopers, 8,239 13 from the Annual meoting of the Tate'a Notes and bills Wednesday, 8th; Mt. Xenla, Goshen, Invitations to tbo murrisge of Miss Association, in which he 8133,374 IG Total Thursday, 0th; Hustonrllle, Friday, 10th; Julia Eitelle Blancagnell, of Louiarille, to Creek Missionary M, isonoof the most actire workers. Rer. 6TATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 ,. at 7.30 r. M. etch place. Rsr. John County of Lincoln, Mr. Charles W, Jeflereoa, hare been re hale and hearty nnd is Bruce will speak at Waynesburg, Tuesday ceired by friends here. The ceremony Noel is looking I, J. W Hocker, Cashier of tbo above named work at a moment's notice, at 7 30 o'clock; Mt. Olive, Wednesday at will occur at noon on the 15th in the Seo-o- nd readv to co to Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Besides many words of commendation from Is true to the best of in r knowledge and belief .Thursdar ereniocnl 730: Go- vi f J. W. UOC1CER, Cashier. Peabyterlan Churoh. The prospecthe eooiety he also received Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st dsy shen, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Gen. tive bride is a rery loroly girl in every the members of O, F. PEACOCK, N. V. L C, present. He handed us the Of Sept., 1850. Speed 8 Fry will address the colored peo- respect and there Is more than one young a handsome ? Correct Attest: Days of Turneravllle, this Tuesday afternoon man here that enrlcs tbe good fortunoof tbe, following record ol his work: ple at i rnwAim rronv - M 1 nptn'i r of vmon 201 number Uircciors. U. CAklKMCK, nndntH'"" ' '" TSnrtdty nftrrnoon at gentleman who haa won nor for u Ilfo i&:'. I l.hn) T, J. ItOlil.NJOX, of professed converts 89; number baptized (ner. 3 30 at tkiiit iiiuu. LOCAL NOTICES. 1. it Is about 20 uilavtM iui) on standard Unit. THE Kentucky Central will aell ticket to Cincinnati during the exposition at $-for the round-trip- , which Includes admit-(Io- n to the great ihow. Doalor In- - GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, 4t - TINWARE, QUEEMSWARE, d! a Confections, Tobaccos, Cigar, poet-offi- COE. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. STAFFORD, KY. reprc-teotall- WATERSiWEAREN -- etferliri'tSziliMS ATERS WEAREN. d two-hor- 2917. Fwy & ilfAMm&B PHARMACISTS. -- two-week- s' JEWELERS. Legal-tend- Wall Paper, Furniture, j4pill Cases, Caskets, RobeSr e e Jj. Fnllad Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B., K.. trtiilJcik;! Stanford. ,v rtiiifilr' ! mm rti ii .,.7V s BEAD-AVAI- Iwnurf L FROM THE WOODS. J:V WINTER'S SUCCESS. OF THE NEWSPAPER MEN. EXAMPLE Why slj, J J I. w Ith a mournful, morbid srfc en. In thfo half desert secno, Lament thct U ART WOHK. METHODS BY WHICH ARTISTIC THEATER PICTURES ARE MADE. Amount of 'Taper" Required by Class Compnti)- n Xirat il ..I and, jorhnps, n not altogether encouraging illustration of tho prizes which coino to men graph Department. M. MHr70aaia Mtiu. Marina Oty. ivho cater to tho reading tasto of tho public. Mrtrr Weak Say Batwtta Tlio nvcrngo tlicator man growls nt tho Mr. Dow was originally an industrious and DETROIT AND CLEVELAND iliow printing charges and sweijrs nt it, but hard working printer. I mndo bis nrmiaint-anc- o fire. ffpulal Buaday Tripe dnrtm July ass 4ruit. Ho was working In ft nt this time. ha cannot help himself. Tho printing for n Wakens the multitudinous sylran cholrj show on tho road costs so much. No rcspect-nbl- o OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Their lunocenUove's desire printing office as n compositor. He was not j Satee aod Knnln Tiakata will b fttrsJakil company, or pretentious outfit, can ap- Toured in a riU of song from each harmonious lo swift as younger men, his work was not " " brroutTUkalafaal,ora4ana thronti n C. D. WHITCOMB, Qtn'l proach n theatrical show printing place for constant, nnd ho was able to mnko but $0 a Pan. Afant, to fOOO down. That My walls are crumbling, but Immortal looks week. This sum went further then than it less than from Detroit A Cleveland Steam Nav. Co, money must Iks put up. That covers tho Smlls ou me hefTrpIu faces ot ra booVsj Office on LancaaUr itreot, rest door to Iitra-Rio- a docs now, for thoso were not days of oxtrava-ganc- o 0ETROIT, HICH. JournaloOc. Office lioura from 5 to 12 i bhalMspjanTcoasoles blocks nlono and tho artists' services. Tho llko tho present, but it would not supM.anJl toSr. M. AneathetlciaJmlnlatnrcJ whtl blocks for a big forty sheet poster cost not My heart with trus philosophies; nbalm port n family. Mr. Dow dropped his 151-- 1 AVnHVTSHlflT "fiwiiTi jr. I stick and determined to mnko n striko less than $C00. Thero aro forty pino blocks; Of spiritual dews from humbler soug or iAlm lflls me with tender calm. they nrv nil in ono color-i- t fa not so much living In another direction. I met him if for a heown of souls Milton's deep one day hi W. H.UlbtEU. ui:ob.c.i:pknti:k. tho street soon after. Ho had dono trouVlojbutlf, thero nro four color?? ns thorn Or tbrmich hushl thunder rolls. nothing, and was poorer than over. Dut ho Often aro oii n big show stand, it means 100 blocks, each cut with mathematical nicety And more than nil. oVr shattered wrecks of Fate, had, tlxm n scheme in his brain which ho unfolded to me, nnd asked my opinion of It and each to bo put nway on tho printer's The relics of a happVr tlnte nnd state, Tbl' poiW mnrnrTsrlet. A More nurrtlol purlt) My nobler life was to establish Tho Wnverly Jlngailne. I Standing galley," mid kept Tho printer boleanuipntitt. orooocaksi trn,lii Shines on unqnencbed: Oh, deathlesn love that told him it wns ns wild n project ns wns ever tlin i ho tnJ onllnary klmli, tad can not told to get his money in ndvnnro for tho tri3 113 with the multltuJeof loir teat .ihon mJWng of theso blocks. They m of no ue In the clear ml ln'.slit of Uioss potstonnte eyes! couceUed; that there was no pomiUlity of ceMpttltcinma ur pbuaphite ponrJi'ri. rig)it n Boldonlf la KTAtKonn, i.ncoi.s tO.KV success in it Ho said that wns utmost tho Ollll. llorjlt. ItiEIKO 1'oitdes (' toiilm after the original iwrty has them. Joy wan tb Fortune tiles' lie Wall Strett, ew Yorlr Therefore lie figures to get the first cost of What then Tliou still art, hare. .soul oCiuy.sout, nnlvtrsnl opinion among those with whom he Office, South hide Main Slrwl, orer Pint advised, nnd Umt no ono had confidence blocks, engraving and storngo down, nnd ho al UnV, ' ' Mr--n i j tiien raidy to treat for tinio on tho balance enough in it to lend him tho biunll sum of rarint, liclumrx t.Mti.of theflnct Ululraiia One of I'oc's licrttnttnns. money with which ho felt it necewary to Umt is, pior, press work nnd profit. In I'emtat K'eniuoJy, T.mn hntt 8uf lleal.tanws. Timber tnJ .r'r,,l, s Edgar A. Pa? w as invited to deliver n txiein rtart. anj Mineral theatrical company starting of tho prominent typo foundA fur aula on cbtiimlHloa. on the road takes from $1,000 to fctf.OCO worUi Tii'lJoston At tub opening fi n course of leo- - ries would let him haw tyi0 on credit, but Kor furllier iirllrulra jidJ for rrlnlixl UHerlr.. , tiro vaj-- of which Kmer- liyi of "paper." Thcso nrolnsidalfiguitB,o far Hurw a of n smaller houvs which was llonoflhliMilIwi aiM oriiroiertlr htttle nsloeal tfguros go. Great combinations from son's serio. published under tho title "Itepro- - thinking of udvanring type, and material nnd w Ith his taking n mortgage on tliom. Nav York often bring n great ilealmoro. PsoataUvn iliMi" fomied i part Poe, thMitlmt,'butwithln'"thocrvoriaTesecni usual shiftlessnew, neglected to writf this It Is n singular coincidence in this connecMILLERSDURQ r wtj't poor NoV' York nUmetioris ftflrly loeui, uiiu uruuin uvrv lit luti iiiinuviii tion tluit 1 conversed last week, in tit. l'nul, scirttering their paper between New York one of his useful effu'ionswhieh he had hod Mum, with a gentlemnu who told me tf.at This was not ho loaneil Mr. Dow the first $. (nnd prol nnd (Jhieago, nt n cost of not less than $3,000 several years in his iwrtfolio. It Is a medicinal preparation, and, at I for. tho engagement. It is a dreaful m asto of tho wortof lils difficulties, for, ns tho evennbly almost the only one) with which ho the fimo time, an elegant nn.l cleauly toilet Invl, it was doubtful if he would started this office. For ho did manage to get no goel. Tho show printing npproe. money, for It does atearoruopmlltdaac-ttarticle. Its tiction upon tho tasilp Is luaihh-fil- l. Thll popular Kkool, annrunJer Ho bo nble t ' api 'ar on tho platform nt nil. He tho loan of tho typo nnd to start ing of tlw country has had its greatest imE. It nourMioj the glands which eupport petus from Itanium and tho rest of tho circus went out to tlrive with hoine friends itutlic worked himself, nnd ho hired girls nt a small C. tho hair, nnd causes thin, dry hair to be cham-twn- e null, Onu thing must bo wtiii of Itanium, ho nfternpoivniiil there litoolritoopnh'yi compensation' nnd doubtful pay to help him, axb- como thick, soft, nnd Igorous. It reMorcs nrid lieca'tne v'ery di unk. Tho problem i nnd, after tho most extraordinary effort, tho lielioves always in printer's ink. Ho believes MRS. S. C. TRUEnEAHT, tho color of youth to locks hkh hnro in it so much that lw buys his own presses wnstosolierhim oil boforo tho ovening was first number of tho paper was got out It Itu PatMiriL, Uur reached. This w ns in a measure accomplished proved to bo n very handsome jxiper, tyjK- Income faded with ago or ducaje; and nnd lib own ink for ordinary work because cluo(Tr Itirlf for ruhhe ialrain. With in. For tLe great'en-gravhi- g by various proccsoM, tho last of all of which j graphically. One of Mr. Don's hobbies wns ho wants so iuuch,of it. relieves and cures Itchluy, cu.ed by CToal laclllllrs, an nlarjfl Faculty and an AMD wns bv running him up nnd down nn unfre paper, nnd lio wns he, of course, employs proper talent. to linve a humors of the scalp. Dr. Oeorgo (iray, nlrtra tor theeJucatloa ariorJa miuiual opnorlu. lXU yourdatifhlrra of Qif?PirietSr thM t now in his employ who quented street between two gentlemen who wio enough not to let Ids povorty lw hvii In Nahtta, X. IL, writes: Thwo is one h gives mo banJ tor Otaiuirue to HKV. C. POPE, deooad to no OonntrT can cut a thr ilieee poster in two colors in volunteered Tor tuo purpose i uero wns n its appearance, lly gnsit jwrsonnl oirort ho pleasure to testify (e tho wonderful UTwots MtllmWg. Ky. in.sin Hotel in the in ite Faro. It will not bo n Raphael or a lecture to be delivered, which occupied over got it into circulation, nnd obtained liiouoy otift hour. producedby Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Appointments, or Atten- Correggio, but it will look like something nn hour, boforo tho jioem wns reached, and enough from the snip of tho first number to Itcncwcr, as obacrved by me In ery many tion to Comfort of w hen ho has finUbed it. by that time Poe was in a condition to recite print the second. Tho third wns u little cases.' It r.olr Uneiti, It was an incoherent affair, nnd thonudl-enc- e easier, and thero began to bo hopes that Mr. cntiMiXLY nnsionn DHAWIXQ ASD DESIC1X1XO. listened in amazement, at a loss to know Dow's sanguine, views were not so wild, after Till: HAIIt TO ITS OMG1NML COLOR. It Wooden blocks for theatrical printing nro nil. what it meant clenuies tho hend of d.uulruir, uud loum flrsj drawn on tho wood nnd then I kt I Bflfr5f eL'i.k V,,,.J.U Tom irf nn remitting ui After it was over the whole thing was so without ax nnrron. T. around." The blocks nro soft pine, perfectly the lialr Mft, glossy, nud beautiful." to Coatn.rflalTraTelere.Thinir" It And now for the reasons why Mr. Dow's dry, and are held llko n viso hen tho man dead a failure that, to coniionvito thojvoplo Samlliein, 1010 Spruce it., rhtUdetihln, present for th4r disappointment, it vms an- scheiuo hail seemed chimcrleiil. They were, oraniligri..B0fI anj Clnra. nisdiij gnivornro digging ouiulie'-picture- , l'a., writes: "After uimaillugly trj'InR nounced that Mr. I'oo would roclto his own llrst, becnuo he was to make Ids own field of "not so much art to cut on plnd ns ItTetf n number of prcpartkmi to prcreat my f wlMaend Die The man competent to poem of "The Raven." Tills ho did, and very ivndiiig. There was no npiarent cnll for it dooa t hair from fulling out, and, rtalliing that 1 Semi-WeeklI was present, and remember such a pajwr. Second, 1miium ho was to make tako n seen j . t of a play nnd fix up dead-Wa- ll effectively. y KENTUCKY B. was fat becoming bald, I triad, as n lat the scene welL Poe was then a s tlio journal double in sue uiul ilouble In ex printing matter can in any man, with nn intelligent brow much like the pense of manufactuto of any xirting Third, reaort, Hall's Ilalrltcncn'en 1 hare used command 850 n week. His chief J tlieXew York WorM oot jair and Ac "iJlili'-UritH- M Kfmn;." only four lottls of tho Kenewer, and am skill.comes in tho drawing nnd designing of portraits of Hawthorne and dark, dreamy liecanse lie was to do this without cniiitnl. eyes, which well befitted n po-- t His voice Pourth (though wo were shy of telling him blocks, so that after ho has a dozen or moro perfectly satUfieil that It Is the best prepa-ntlo- n flhortajt and Quickest Eonto from Oet aiSTOSV 0? THE VXITED STATES, wns clear nnd muMcal, and he declaimed the this), boenuso he had no literary talent tocon-poemaflo they bnll result in n striking picture. In tho market for checking the tral Kentuolcj to oil Points North, with much feeling. The next morning ' duet This, on Its face, appeared to 1 nlono IIL(nUtaiitM receive from $30 to i) n week. ExpreniM.bcAri'i la lrahrftt tree rait, silt. falling out of hair, Invigorating His hair the sham of his nlleged conclusive ngalnst him. It Last, West and Southwest. proved his ofS0 ui;ra nnit eootlanlnf !M flne niMTlnit. H Thbynro tli ""board cutters," ns tlny are the papers expo-e- d and promoting a new growth.' poem, and the state in which its author had salvation from early ruin. If Mr Dow had lithemtat eomprahinilt work of tb kind calleil. Kail Line Uctnz liilraMoiC lilitury In the otillnarr trne, Poe was very mad with lwen n man of literary tasto nnd judgment Tho first block holds tho drawing and been leaked out It It a tun JvnaeJ ua vapaprr file for 490 jrpara. A CINCINNATI. Doston, nnd braved the thing through in n I upon acknowledged standard, his onten'rb" makes tho picture. Tho other blocks bimply W.iM.rra tlt right to "lllidriw tbla offr characteristically reckless way. Ho published would hnvecono tlio way of so ninny other fcheitule In tffret Mr It, (4, without notice, to rnult at onrx, fill In tho coloiing. Thus a block or comTV. I". WALTON, fctanlat J, Kr. bination of blocks when mndo ill print a an account of the diniftr at which ho wasovtr literary journals which started with nmple IOII TIIK come, nnd gae the names of thoso who were capital nnd bright prospects. It would haw complete picture, but it will all ba in black. 5p li present nt it Mr. Whipple, Mr, James T, failed to find an appreciative constituency in Tli coloring red, hluo yellow, green, etc. Fields and others were of tho number. No- tho woriil of readers. But Dow avoided this Ea. eun bally Jx. ub U dono by anot'uer series of blocks. Most of theatrical funey printing is in four colors or body blamed them who knew the circum- fate In spite of himself. He started a paper OaT)n(ton IlOmg I lOjtml commend iUclf to all who 1mt ocitaloU raunoatU . ., 9 combinations of colors. Tho first, or 'key stances, but they did not llko tho notoriety. thnt had literally no editing. Ho invited 9 " CntUlaua.. to 15 am 10 14 p rv t Up tn Mr. Whipple remarked that it was almost the contributions nnd took eery thing that was alj-a M to ti n for the beard or nuKachc. llfig! block," as it is called, costs $1.0.") for tho Arr. larla. 10 topiui 5 U pu II time that he had drank a thimbleful of sent him. Thero were no diitip!ointed asboard, $5 for tho designing or drawing tho first It will chmi;o gray, faded, or wndy & R. " Lealatinn,.. IX 10 m It I7pil 10 p a jucture "or part of a picture, nnd HC0 for champagne in Ids life. "Templeton" in Bos- pirants for tho honors of typo among thoso whliken, to a beautiful brown er black, '.Ti- lllOamlOllpM who offered matter to his columns. Writers engraving. Theso blocks, thcreforo, cost ton Herald. a deslrxd. Arr. WlochMtir IUK UIKAT Tho colon prodticcil aro II m put II zu p u III pn got in thero who could get in no whom el;, about $11 each before tho ink rollsr goes on Klcbiooiid i so p ta 7 IS pa iiahtral nnd lasting. It cannot ba wvaad ft 07 p w Cigar Color by the Gallon., Inraitar, and hence heartburnings wero unknown them. Most of tho 'big stand work," ns it is ofl", contain) no destructive lujrcdlenta, ."taulord 0 00 pro "An Interesting feature of the traded" said a among tho Wnverly corps. I ought to make called, comprises from twelvo to fifty-fou- r U cheap, rnfc, convenient to uia, aid Lte Illcbmotid.. I 00 p ni shoots, tho general sizo for largo picture work dealer, a process for giving to cigars n ono exception, however. Ho wns careful that 0 TIIK ' Arr. S effectli.nl. very ' !i glossy and shining appearance. No the pui'r should not oifend good morals. being forty sheets. At 811 each for Hip blocks Z.lTlOptOtl., " 5 ISiu . , l'HKp.Mtr,P UY it wjll lw seen, therefore; that a forty theet matt r how dead looking n cigar may be, the Uood English was a secondary consideration, ! enpraving on a dead wall representing two process makes tbein look as though thoy were niul, as regards good literature, ho mado no ! B. T. HALL & CO., NaihtiA, K, H., V, 8. L JMn. U Vq. I JT, 1 made from the richest, oiliest, finest gummy pretentions to knowledge. lighting rhinoceroies, or n herd of leopards, "I Just print tho Sold by nil dealers In medlcltiej, or jumping oir tlio locks, tobacco, and no matter how old and dried out pieces they send me," ho said to ino once. rrii ii Lte. LlTlnnloD. I CO a ta tlio cigars maybe tho process entirely and "They like to see them ill print, and their or a procession of elephants, mentis tho " Ilcrea. 10 ar am of about $lo0 before u singlo sheet perfectly renovates them. Tho process is n friends nro Interested In their nppearanco. Stf i ArriiicDij.on(l -- . II 11 a m secret The material used is as clear as w ati r, they tuko tho paper and their friends tako it, is nlU through tho press. I Lr. IUirlan.1 . 7 j5 a in But it is in tho lithographing department yet it gives to a cigar a much darker and too. I givo them a " fncatter '.', S 11 ata ae jiajwr, also, mL. n.big show printing liouso that tho money i Icher appearance. It cannot como ofT from which woplo think more of than is generally Air. niciimood..... 11 00 atn M1M. .... of to tho cigar, has no tasto nnd does not become supo!l." Mr. Dow was nhvnjs proud of is made, and wherein artists cam their fame. Wcbmood .... 1 10 p cti 03 MunipIilM, I.t. Wlncheatr.....i a 10 p ml a 00 atal Arr. dull.bynge. Tho material costs $5 a gallon. thotyjiographical npiiearaucuof Tho Waverly Tho best show work is now all dono on stone. 7 an Arr rarla.M.....; S SO p m ( CO a m The fact Is tho publlo l continually demand- Magazine. Ho thought tho nnmo a good ono Tho first stone, llko tho koy block, is the boon ever bestowed upon inxn Is perfect Lto. Iilncton Afontftomcry, J p to 7 a in 2 Ii pn one. Tho stono costs according to ing cigars of better quality, mid tho onl v wnv for a paper, as It undoubtedly wits. It wns health, and the true war to (mure health 3 M p m 8 20 a m S 40 pm Jtilllle ItoeU, Lt ' 1'arl tlio time it is required to hold ono picture. to keep up with the times is for manufacturers not long Iwforo tlio jwper began to lw very fynthUoa. Ij to purify your blood w Ith Ayer . 4 JMpni JJJ in S 17 pm Tho. designing and engraving aro a littlo to itaprovo their tobacco to tho fullest extent profitable and there was tho prospxrtofa " Falmouth .. I 47 p mlO Ola tal OrleaiiH. Jliolille IS ptn Mr. Kllza A. Clouj-Ii"- , 3t Arllnj. expensive, but tho pi inting, on tlio other Tho way to do It is to throw asldo all preju- lortuuo in ArrOiTlujtoQ .. 00 p m M 30 a rat C Ujitj 6 morft At this tinio Mr. Dow listened ton nt., Lowell, JIuhi., wrlt'i; "ErtTf dice and old fashioned notions. Tho. looks of to advice, and mado nn eil'ort to improve its hand, is n tritlo cheaper. As n mlo the dead-waOulj one clnoi to pelnti In lithograplis aro not so largo as tho wood cigars soils them, and if tho wrappers are literary quality. Ho engaged an editor at winter and aprl my family, Including MATATII.I.R IIItA.Mlll. dark nnd shiny they will sell every time; $J) per wvolc to tnho tho wilting olT his own cuta, still they often run as largo as thirty-twniyach, uso Mvcral bottles of Ajer'e KTJTr.'Ko" 41 sheets in size. Several of the circus jwsters that is my experience, "Now York Mall and hands. This movement provnd to lw, finanNotTti-liorNKxperUnce liai c?niuccl in Pillr t)lir cially, ft failure. This editor, who was nn not? visible on tlio foncos will run to that size. Express. Ex. Uuoilt, fciw that. a n powerful Tlioy cojt nbout eight cents n aheet. Tho cost English gentleman of somo talent and not n Lto Corlntoo-..- .. Effects of tho "Kvll Kye." I 00 p n of a thirty-twsheet picture, aside from tho littlo cxjxirieni'o in Journalism, bjgan to reject " Uxlngton.... 7 it a lib UI Londoners havo dono wisely In resisTing communications right and left, Tho result Uetklcs Ui nauu too llnaoftlili road wlllitcctst cost of exprcM charges, porting, etc., is about " Parla 8 15 lu 5 20 p m iprclal rali'i. tho somewhat feeblo attempts to. ponulai izt was that tho circulation of the paper ArrMllleraUiiK,., 8 10 a ui n It p u foil off Soe AK,.uotlhln Couipanr lor rti,routti " Carllal....... mesmeric enteitalnments, nt which anyone by hundred, "I looked Into tho 'J 01 a to C 04 p THE .VCnDS OP A HEASO.V. ti matter," Ac, or write " Jnlinaon p AT . p Arj,0,lL( 0 IS a uil fl 86 n ui who likes to mount tho platform Is "sent off." said Mr. Dow, "nnd was soon convinced purifier, It Is very much superior to any A Hut-cla" that attraction other than a circus, Truly disastrous consequences 10 SO a in 7 4U p m U.uutUU, Kt havo followed I could lwtter pay my editor totnynwny other preparation of Sarsnpurllla. All whieli of course mufh moro paper, will NbTffi sonio similar exhibition.! in Milan, where a than to remain in tho olllce. My readers KoTai persons of tcrofulotw or cotmimptive connimo in a season about GOO eoi'Tii-iiuriDally ! i Uallr b certain .Signor Daunt i trying the kuow what thoy want better than any editor WX) eighteen-shee- t nnd fiUO twelve-she- et Ex. Hun F.i. bun nnd especially delicate children, SRiM-WEEKLTHE of susceptible doos." pictures. Theso thoy divido up and often effect of his. e il eye. . are allro to bo greatly hoiirlltcd by It ' . influence Lt MaTiTllif.,.. . S Ma la.tJUpu maki) smaller stanils, but that is nbout tho persous subjected tl; just UEronu tiik wau. " JoflOKIU use." J. VT, Starr, Laconhi, Iowa, writes: ,. nru fi 7 a m with tlio not in S3p t Tlio 'hango was made, nnd tho paper was quantity of lithogrnph paper they will use. hospitals resultthat ..! " Carllalo 7 2J a m 2 28 p " For years I was troubled wllh Scrofuare in lunati u udthounvoe restored to ite oi igiual basis. Its prosperity ' Millerabure Of wood ongravitigs th"y run from 1,000 to 7 l a in 2 80 p ta has only lwen stop!! it jm Interference of lous complaints. I tried novcral tllflVicnt Arr rarl '.. 8 10 a m. 1 )S p m .ri,UX) shoots, and in ordinary letter printing steadily Just lieforo the war " IllUitCU. ., the doctors, who, stranjely enough, jTsmested broke out Mr. Dow's income 9 as a ml prepamtlons, which did mo little, If any, io p they run nbout tho same. A recognized from ft wns " SO a id il co ji that porfpi niancos, so ptofltablo to Lugo. It wus netting him a good. Two bottles of Ajer's Sarnnpa. $X),0W a year, that employs that style of AdvertisWOTS.-Tr- atn. Donatn and he descrilied his business as tlio smoothest s and 4 are dallr lieiwetn rllla effected n compute cure. It h mv ing will not expect to go on tin road nnd themselves, should lx r. must Lexington ami Cincinnati; otber Iraici finish tho opinion t!r. this medlcltie Ii the bent uon without supplying tho goats to his be really aterriljlo fellow, for previously and most satUiactoiy possible. "I have no arudallf except Hunday. lust escnpad ho had been politely Kubwribars nnd oxchatiges," ho said, "I and the town scavenger with about $0,00U Direct eonn ttlouiare raaifaat Wlncliesler with blood to loavo Vienna and other cities would not exchange "with tho lwst newspaper Cliftaw-akeOhio tor Ml. Hterllui Aahland worth of ixixto mi 1 paper. where ho had seriously disturbed the mental in tho llimtfngton, Ch.rl.iton, W. V... andUfrii Very many of tho show pictures of tho betland, for it would bo of no use to me. The Aigo-nu- I do not copy from other pniwrs tor cliss uro tho work of excellent nrtist3. equilibrium of the inhabitant iny matter inj 4 run Til WlnchMiai fait r.tne;-U- oi. . is ull original. As regards subscription?, I Tlio smaller lithographs, especially, nro often ,.'LU. "WV HfPl C leiwS. . aielnV: think meritorious and worthy of a better placo nt of tho day." C. E. Upton, Xinhua, N. II., ' ! nitn ivitiMi.ulu fc.1 WaililninB "vuimuuuj ' IhiKllxIiiucii ."Iarrjlii)j American filrls. pany my sytem is better. Tho news comli n ' my entire edition art than tho bill jioster's cart Thero wus ono week. It writes: "For n number of yeM I tlckati'and bacirajf thetked trt TK It U belloved that the Prince of Wales is gives takes check for it, which each onco cash, Br mo a put out sonio tinio ngo of Kate Castleton, as averse to marriages betweon I at leatlna.'lon rrache-- l by , KY was troubled with a humor In my eyes, of and thus my accounts nro settled every seven tho littlo. Quakeress, who used to sing "For eom0p.D,t,'irn,,,',llIr,, C"11 0n b title nnd American girls. Thero nro only days, and I know just where I and untible to obtain rclluf until I comGoodness Bnko Don't Bay I Told You." It am. Tlw news B. P. il.' WOIWE, s a limited number of J). A .i'EELE i". bachelors in company distributes the paper." menced using Ayer'e Saraparllla. I tare was a full figuro cut, with tho daintiest foot Ken.i'XM. Auml, Trar, Pass. A."a tho aristocracy of Britain, and the prince is taken several bottles, am greatly bene-flteWhen tho war broko out it hurt tho clrcula-latlo- n nnd nnklo, and tho whole was sui rounded by Cnrlnvfnn. anxious to nave mem mate wttti English gir.s. H. . IlUNTiNdTflWi ILmwI.., aud believe It to bo tho best of blood of Tho Waverly, but tho paper ral a litographed frnmo representing pink plush But in splto of his wishes, Englishmen o ""lumcea, Corlngton, Ky. purifiers." It. Hnrrl, Creel City, Raraicy il publlilied errrr TueaJajr anil Krllajr at tha many copies out to later, and hard wood. That picture is now on mora to marry American women. Even lied nnny. and sent a great in low price of the private walls than it is on dead walls, nnd Mr. Dow wns receipt of an Co., Dakota, write: have hern nn that most eligible of all British bachelors, tho which guvo him great opjwrtunitles for tlio is that tho picture was tasty, Duko Intenio sufferer, with Dyspepsia, for the TWO VIAt YEAR. of Portland, whom tho of nio.lwt nnd ni tistic. Itanium lias some singlo is reported to havo selected Princeono Wales investment. Had ho dealt with them skil past three years. Six mouths ago I began for of his fully, bo would have died worth millions. slifot lithographs which illustrate tho "key daughters, is said rtlUHCSTER'S to use to bo fascinated with a Tlio Waverly Magazlno was ono of thoso 'lUei OrlirliiHl and Owlr block" system. There nro n vni iety of "singla young nnd beautiful New Yorker. A distinwhich one knows to havo a lorgo cirsluvts," but nil havo tho venerable showman's guished Englishman said paiers vwrTflrirg IKIaui.l. tfV.K.l.lltf 14 I AniCO plcturp on tho koy block. Sometimes thoy American friend: "You must recently to nn culation, yet which llfo b too short for many not bo surprisod of thoso of us who havo access to general ; OF ALL CXI $3 HI put in a Hying trapeze- with n woman in If we object to your girls carrying oir literature to seek, and which wo seldom see tights; sometimci n horriblo skeleton, again our young men. We Neatly and Cheaply Ezooiitod. tho a chariot, ugainr.''0Tn, again a hipjwjiota-mm- , for our own girls, ami want only young men without seeking. It was never sont into a al ert Knmll VrK,n,tml I'lH Tal. Jllui." it is fair thnt wo nowspapcr office. The singular fact Is, that and again a j. of wild Arabian chargers. should havo them." Harper's For aala by Dr. 41 L. BOUBWE. BtvaorJ. Bazar. in this literary city of Boston it was the most It has effected nn entire cure, and I am Theso uro nil cuts made from ono thirty-twsuccessful appeal to tho reading publlo ever now ns well aa ever." meet poster starui and segregated for saloon Tlio Island or Antlrostl. windows, Thoy aro mostly dono in four made. Sold by all Drugjjl.ts. Mr. Stockwell, who owns the almost unIn the fnctory towns of tho state It was colors, but thero ngain tho printer "nigs," for i4tK ' TO ho doeu four colors in three. Llaek is one, known island of Anticostl, has licen Interest- largo, nnd through the west it wont by thou Trice $1 ; Six bottles, $5. daaaara.uutMd .i , THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Maairl.uifc- tho foundation tho key block. Yellow is ing London jieoplo in it nnd hopes to havo it sands. Thero was a great deal of reading in Treparcd by Dr. J. C. Ayer Si Co., Lowell, aitiMMttui, EV Uraa(ayttu' blue another, and red. With tho colonized. Contrary to current opinion, he It; it had a handsome nnd inviting appearanother, And tk LouUTllle- Muss., U. S. A. Aiti x rj.kv says it Js not altogether bjeak nnd Inhospit- ance to tho eye; It appealed to an immature tjXlnucUalstlci; ox-j- rt combinations of blue, yellow nnd red, nn ltuJ.a. N. able, but fertilo in soil and genial In elimnto, tasto ns no other periodical before it bad CliiolBaatLHHP printer can make half a score of elfects. ami able to support a population of 800,000 dono. I don't think Mr. Dow reasoned out 0lo. J'W' Chicago Herald. SoiSbrDTtrgi' Instead of only 2,000 as at present Boston iti success becauso of this latter quality, - tl.Otv One year for only US two pancri for little Budget more than tbe price of one, though on that its success was founded. The Killing tlio IClni Trees. JJBR V HDirirutAh, STANTOHD, KT. A Florida firm is planting 3a) acres with difference U'twccn his success and that of the Tho elms of Flushing, L. I., nro suffering large nuriber of successful papers that hava By paying u!3 you wilt rrerlTe tcr one year castor beans aud will erect an oil mill. &X1 or tho third year from tho ravages of tho -- -' Courlf tha w a1,. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor your borne paper with the theHouth, democratlArvnVof tho saw fly, an import from GerrepreenutlToawaiaprof BTANFOKD. ic aod for a tariff for reronue onlr, and tba beat, OfCee-So-uta Yu r II mi fir t Tutor oa te publisher 'id i'o W 'if.J Hit. rami v iiiirt - I ir uticrtpiiiia and filifl aldo Main 8trM? two many, which, very curiously, in its nativo of Stage, 20x60. Eight complete aeta of family wtekly Id lirtghtoit and United proper tiling lijr noodlng the amount if your ii' t t"iiijrtl i.i nt in rr'ir to rnult at I iry. Beating capacity, Iceludlag gallery, Been HtaUa. Tbritt ableat tkalre to examinethe aarapla the country, confines its ravages to tho 'pine a wto 0' kUbictipUon atoace. forests, 6 ttauable rater to iood atlracUik. deaoatthla olOee. oy of tkk And tho gnat sky, the royal heaven nlwve. Darkens with norms or melts with hues of love; While far remote, Just where the suallght smites tho wood with unil Cutting Dravrliiff on tlio allodia Out tlio Designs Litho- At leut tho pvt winds aro bold and loud At least the sunset glorlflcs tho cloud-A- mi forests old nnil proud Rustla thcU" crJurous bannsr o'er tho wuto. rerchsneo 'tb best that I, w ho9e Fate's ecllpso Seems final I whosj slusslsh llfo ware slips Ian- pild awny. Should here, within these lowly walks, apart From nil fierce throbhlnRS of tlio populous mart, Communo with mine own heart, AYhilo Wisdom blooms from hurled Hope's decay. My litlipUcedf t, SINGULAR FREAKS OF V porA IIP &AKlM(; Absolutely Pure TIib lest Alio IN TIIB" SMSPill M TM1 IftakMt hmuhm-h-U i .9 t luUJIat HMTiM-WrillaMktM. i !.... Har .t.i nail... UWIHMBIblUiaUe i i sol 0I4 M4alarn al aa e( Haaa.Tk r"7.i,i,',,v Wlioaieo. a7. m M Unlquo Literary Enterprise ud the riionomennt Surceis 'Wlilcli Attended It A Newspaper Without nn IMItor. The ltcsiilt of I.ttck. JIoscs A. Dow's oxperienco In lifo furnished E","T.h7tttnpl.rta.tl.ir.llB.l.aC..r.N and TtUaraakf isUltla:J"a m. eraaLa UaruU4 aJJma W. H. SMITH, mil. w. ff..-i- mi.. fat smt r AmHmm. ! aa4 fclf4Uto U VmI Cllca. Ja irTO Summer Tours. PalftOfl " a MACKINAC, j et Tttp Steamers. Low v Week Satweea LaUt,U DB. W. B. PENNY, singular example of tho freaks of fortune, tuntortt, - DENTIST, - ICuntuolcy. Rat. DETROIT, MACKINAO ISLAND JiaiE jr com-(tosi- P0WDE it Millor &Carpoutor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS first-clog- !.; r turCby d lat HALL'S haTr RENEWER. I'laATT, I.OIJIKVIM.E. Female College! 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