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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886091401 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. mmm 0 VOL. XIV. Sfonriral VitbHahvd Tucmlttuimntl J?rltlau -- AT jM rm cB iff eni . tuefimr 'Mmfn NO. 159, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1886. An Eloquent Plea. At the meeting of the Nor'h Carolina Conference 1ml November, Rv. J. A. Chamberc, one of fie merab'w, offered of rcapect to the memory of Hondrlaka Thli brought a atorm of reproached upm hla head and there being so much Indignant expreiaion about the mal'.cr, the DUhop thought it beat to cillun cxra rerfon of tho body for tho conspiration of tlm casr . He accordingly convened It atftileigh laat month, when tbt Ksv. Chamberadolivored the following plea, which for eloquence and beauty of thought hat rarely bren excelled: I did not surrender my manhood when I joined tlm church, nor did I abjure au inter cat in my country' affiira when I aoaumrd tho obligathna ef a minister. I have never been a poli'lcian in tho pupil, neither have I obtruded mv view? upon unwilling audltora. And whether I have or have not h not the eUetion Tho conference muil decld whether or not 1 have infringed thedicalogue or contravened the discipline of Hi" church. If I have, aummon me to the hu; if I hate unt, louoh me at your peril. I ciTrcd rerolutiona of reaped to the memory of Hemlricka laat November. Tuero were no eulogistic feolencea therein. He wag referred to aa the nation' dead; and yet the ptraonal integrity of the man would bare warranted favorable mention. Had Gen. Logan been In Vice I're-ldcHendrick'a place and death should have claimed htm, I would havA offered Imllirrfolutione, fori rtcog n zs and honor that feature cf our democracy that ooududa governmental affair by pirty agency. I do not think a citizin either r. villain or an outlaw because hia conception of public duty ia oppoalte to mine Furthermore, there ia not a Slate of Federal cflblnl in the hnd that I do not honor. II the worthy Cniif Executive of this na'ton should pw nway, or ehould tho Governor nf North Carolina, no unenviable legatee of an intolerant age fhould stand between tbbir honored dust aed my Vice-President 63 LUI ANNUM. OA81I. understood If wacrodlt thatji.30 will and demandeJ. I W. P. WALTON. SAUUELIRA MONGER MAJOR Hon. H. I. M. Majar win birn at Frank fort, Kr., Ppliinbr It, 1830. ami died June 21, 1890, In thri town where he ni bjin, brine In lito filtyelxlh yrar. Ills father, S I. M. Major, wan born In April, 1700, at llryanl'ii HMtior, Fayette county, Ky., and hla nu thrr, wbeae mtMan name waa Martin HlpVjua Ilitunnon, wa born near VeMIH', Kr , In Jtnuuy, 1800. Themi'jert of th!a aVe'c't was n (eniliman, ami havlni: declltd Uicn'T Uair, he eirlj in life do tertnlned to linomo newMHsr editor. Ho bad heard mnch in hii boyhool, from ht nntfcarV kindred nn-- friend, of the fame and cohleTemeota of old Thorn K.ichie, of the Kiohwond inquirer, Virgin' la, who wa a ootln o' nl maternal Riven blm grandfather. od thlann 1m the bent in that dit eel let- - In hi eight ecn h vtar l;a bouRhl a triM and type and eJlted and printed ajuimr In Frankwhich he continufort called Sinn ed uotil the yeu I860, when he became aa HirUted with Mr. William Tanner In the lie publication of tho Kmlutky Ytvnian contlnurd ewe. nf ll editors and proprietor until in Qpenalon In March, 1SSCI. Dar ins hla lifetime he wa elected county anr veror, il urihtJ aa a captain and cohnt-in the militit, discharged tho dutici of clerk o! the Kentuoky penitentiary, edited the Ytoman, wa mayor nf the city of Frankfort aomo aix or olylit yeara, waa in 1807 ana elected to the 1SS5 He was public pricier from iRain in 1857 to 1S00, and niin from 1SC0 to 1881 and v.a a member of tbe Democratic State (JMtril Oouimllteo for about twenty yema Fro n the abave it will be seen that hla life tu intimwly Mtlvaand uajful, He gave coniidiirable tiron alto to literary pursuit and H3SUtnuUtol n library containinc ahojt aix thouusd volume, naming the wh At or clopedi t of human kirjtrloJRP.and wan cnniJared odm of the Marat collection In the State. Itcott upwards of $25,000. Mary 11. Scott, He was mmied to ll eldeot df.uchter of Colonel It. V. S:ott, in IR'J'J, by whom ha had amral children, on ly one of whom survive. Hie wl' died nho'it a year bef.irts ho did. T Frankfirt Jimndabout, referring to Ida doatli. najr: "In Ihorocial oiro'e, Gil-m- i S I. M. Major wax one ol the moM tj;roBable and enlertalnion mn hb mtit knew It naa tlibff tiMt hii frlenda kaow and lived blm heel Under the wanning iclliianottof tliBir vrj lymenl hi nmireMi lion, wit and winloui would How from hia lip in a brilliant xlrearu. A democrat of iheatrlcteu anhool, hu and received the tur.liet bloa that could fall, bin lit private life hla friendships were not bounded by hia political horizin. Ho eenrnad the little men, and moanctraia ol narrow-mindewa chnritablri in bia jiidu'menta to all. Iu Into yearsi, miafortunea fll thick and fi-- t nbaut lata pathway. He aaw hla fortune drift away, u Jtil at lau hla house, home and library were all none, "d tSan, tt broken hoarloi man, ho hiid luunelf down In Borrow to breathe hla Imt. His funeral terticea took place from the Eplaeopal church in this city, on Tuesday three afternoon, June 22 J, nt half-pto'oiock, and the larRQ congregation that filled the houno wa n tribute to the In which he waa held in the community that was alwsya bia home. Toe Saratoga walk ia aald to be tho li(ent faahionablo gait for women. One who it aaya tha'. ' the firat rrquUlto is to throw your ahouldera back, the chejt forward, chin up and utoraach Id, and then walk, wrinulinx he.ul, llmbi, bady anJ e pecially buatle. The aim ii to aeoure a a aeriea of revolutions which ahull be elmultaneoua, but opposite. In aimple brevity, If your head move right your body must move to the left, and before your foot reaohea ground you muat de ecriio a circle with tho entire limb. The gait 14 practiced in night dra before the mirror. The nart of the business moat dif ficult to maater U the proper petition of tho etomaoh. l iu, 1 per-aon- al patl-matl- will sound riein to that descendant of the OAnRARO COUNT f OCPARJMENT. H. K. TAYLOI5, Occident who shall sweep the universe Of LOO AN COUN TV, Is Candfdite or the office Lancaster. with Milton's pen and Dinlo'a diction, aa it The convention of tbo W. C. T. U. will ofSuperlntendent of ru'illc Instruction, subject to ths Democratic titate Convention. A Douse and Lot lo the tewn of Stanford, tltu-tt- d already doe to Djuglaca, that msjenllc beheld in LincaittT on Uastonvllle itoet, which tbo undersigned 22. Delegates tongcor of, wondrous deeds. will tell for rath. from all parti of ih 9'iifo v expected. I go further, and ay wo cm not hite For further Information, apply to mo on tbo Mrs Almlra 1 inifidi-- , lumped mother Desirable Home Sale. premise. and reaoh heiven; that wind i not wid im of James, Jjseph aud Allen Bumalde, of it. a. a r.ronn. ed nor are bellow brains; that a The underjtgDctl oflafi hii home this county, laserinu-l- y ill m hur residence McKlnnnr, Ky.. situated lor nlo McKlDney near on tbo and diamond ia a diamond stil'; that God nev- near llmlonrllle lurnplko. It consists ol a neat and town. ! sorcn rooin, raoJorn style, er niado loveler ladlea than tho whllo la Mrs. Luln Nit-l- doliver.fi a lecture on coil retldoocool with aa excellent cellar and comparatively new, good dies of magnolia land, and that a moro temperanns I will sell rrlraUly my farm of 82 aeroasltua-te- d all neces&ary outbuildings, and at tho Oarislian church Satur cistern and with bst quality of laud. Terms caay on tho Lancaster pike, 17H acre of the miles from 8tan-forgenerous soul doe not beit, nor a truer heart day anu price to suit the times. In a good neigh bornood. It his upon It a evoninu and in the ootiu hnuso SunU If fine dwelling homo containing 8 rooms; good cisE, TItiPLETT. does not throb, than the one locked in the day J. L re audiences atleoded in vouiii tern at tbe door; good barn and allceceuiry outbosom of a son of a Revolutionary she buildings; four never falling springs on the plaoe both Iin'nno.v Sunday alt.rnoon Mr( H, allordlng an abundance of stock water. Fencing cavalier, Confederate, ur citizen though Ilirner, nf Dinb.uy, all in good repair. 05 acres well set in grass: balCna., also spoke on ance in cultivation. Terms easy. we call him The time will com when tumpetancc Kissesslon at the Court-houe- e. given Heptembor 20, 1S8C. Hill also sell tho He will itoct Giant, who led tbe crmitM of tto victorious lecture each night this week. and crop now on tbe farm. Apply to Two old Mulea, broko to work, JZASTEItSOX JL'RVTnX, North, will be compMiloue.d with Tilden, 153.tr Mis Mary Annie Wilniore, cf JeBea-min- e 4 Jersey Heifers, 1 thorougbbred Jersey btanford, Ky. whoie uod would have plunod the nation county, Is the guest tf Mies Mamie Bull, weight about 1,000 pounds, regisIn blocd. O.ds. MeMrc. Jako Robinson, Jr., Ww. tered in A. J, 0. 0. Book. Caucasian ia the of soul our ciyilizitlon, Cook and John Doty leave this taornirg Two fresh Jersey Milk Oows for sale. College. and the present pilot of human dee iny for Lexington, wheio they will attend J. G. . A, V...f All our race are not tainte, nor all olhcra ftchord Mlsj Mjllio Blanford, Ky. Burdett is yieiting Washington and JtflVrsjn will sinners. Tho Nest Session Opsns September 1. Mm. Itobt. Rice in Doyle county. Rsv. G. be honored by the next generation of W. Yaocoy left Monday for Lsciburif, Ky,, colored men. In tbo home of uujtstlc WJBWCOMJffi JHOWJEIi Noted for Health, Comfort, Home Oaro. where ho will conduct a two weeks' meet Ulaine and heroic Logan 1 havo b;tn treit-edauooci xiisolpllne, well Qualified and ing. MT. VERNON, KY. man, and in the house of tho Effloiont Teaohors, Thorough Training ror a week pist a fellow who eays he mighty Randall and tbe hotel of the n and wide scope of Instruction, Thl old and Hotel li mil ia John Welsh and that he hails from. fluo reputation. Cbargoj roasonable. Carlisle as a citizen I demand has been ding the crazy act for tho Special attention to tho Graduates In tbrco different nurses, arranged traveling public . no more from my own racs than I hare re edification of numerous small boys and to suit the mental tastes and capacities of pupils. Tf- - rt n.t- ceived from the great leaders of the other Mt. Vernon, Ky. For Catalojuo apply to other persona who are attracted by hi hr race. Tho spirit of the great man falters n ATjEX.ii.XfAXTOX, Preiident. Ihshavlor. He U a cripple, having cot in honost Cjht, but, falcon-likRreeps lest one of hi limha iu some manner and is amid tho aggregated grandeur of a thou truly a pitiful objjet. IU refun-- s all of sand generations, and whon from earth it fcra in the way of mono7 and inaiats on be- I will deliver loo to rejuUr oustomera in Stanford ia at last sat free it will n visit old Imunts and vicinity every morning at ing locked up In jtil overr night for fear WHOLESALE with summer' dews, kis) the velvet lip ol some one will kill him, He ahnuhl be Ono Cent Pound. & of the blushing rote, cist amorous glances scut to the Aiylum. Accountadueat tho close of each month, or 22 West Swan Street, into the midnight seie, fly with tho beams whenrustonitrqulti. IM-- tf Horace Greeley used to wrllo a mlrcra-bl- e from the star to cheer the lone traveler it.JE.BJ.anotr. BUFFALO, K. Y. scrawl. One day ho sent Ihe followicg tho wide world's wy, and lead budd o'er MACE Bi:ucn'3 to the Iowa Pre Association: "I tnio Ing genius lo the fields of rarefied achieveAsb, Btd Birch, Cherry, Poplar. Butternut ments. ' You can not bridle the soul. You waited, till longer waiting would seem Buggy & Implement House. ?ht,,i1Sl',.0i BedVe' Blekory, Walna and now decide that I cannot Oakand Sycamore. can not cocquer tho will. You can not A. fJ. ma bate a man, for man's my broth- attend your Prem meeting next June, as I make Southern Arent, I hsTonow t would do. Ifiadsomany carta and duStanford, Ky. er still." At the conclusion of tho address the Con ties prating on mo, that, with the weight A Full Lino of Wboat Drills and othor Agricultural Implomonta, ference voted almost uoanimouely to vln ofyeare--, I feel obliged to d ollno any in dlcate Chamber and lie was commended vitation tllat lakes mo over a day's journey ecnfe of duly. Besides a E HT I fear we are too often inialed. Brothren lo hie work. from home." Ojtof thl, the recipients, Pull lino ol Buggic3 and Wagons havo been induoed to regard the men in in consultation aeomb!ed, mide: "I have IrAy She Hated Him. Kent tick 'h iconic East wondered nil alon whether any rquirt had Always on hard. In connection with my atitbority aa eaamloa hroaute they were of business, I will also carry a "I usul to think that Gus Simjkinson roB denied the scindal about the President opposite politick, that law ia ptrlial in parWashington, Philadelphia and was a real nlca young man, but I iuat hate Coiunlcto Stock or Lumber, meeting Jane iu tho wood3 on Siturday. I ty mm' bandi; that it is not theaamo law Now York. him now," aald one young lady to another. have hominy cirrol, and R R. tici more Both rough and dressed. Pileea on orerythlng as unto all tho inhabitant of the aame land, The only line running has be done?" "Why, what but la ratl.eran Inalrument of a party to than I could movo with eight steer. If TjOW ih PUJUlXAX NEW SlCEMNG CABS "He' treated me fdianufuilv. That's oue. eels are blighted dig them early. Any in- crush its .nuttigoui'ts, when the truth Ia the AND what" solicit a share of your patronage, respectfully, law It tho aamo and it propo;ea tho aume. sinuallon that brick ovens aro dangerous to I SOLID THAIW "In what way?" 112-vr X. JI. IiRCCE. It ia thcaame guardian cf virtue and Ntm-e.i- a bams, gives me the horror." FROM "Why the other evening nt the party 1 Louisville, Oinoinnati tt Lexington, Ky, of vice, whoever may apply it. There Tho celebrated Dt. Tanner, who mado said to him, 'Let' eat a phihpenc, and it to Washington Oity, waa noma Utile excuse for a colored TUB you My 'ye' or 'no' to noy of my quea-lion- e, quite a slir several years ago by a prolongConnecting in the same depot with dreid of democratic aiceudency previous to Paat 'Trains- for Wow York. I'll owe you a box of candy, nuii if ed feat of forty dajs, is now a member tie the iociigUMtion of our present I'rejidcnl; I The Direct Route to you say 'yea' or 'no,' you'll rji'O mc a box " oommunity of Falthislsat Shalam, N. M. but sicca lint auspiolom event every Lynchburc. DaoTllln, Norfolk and all Vlrslnla TROM WHENCE In a recjet letter he lays down the "Then what?" and North Carolina Points. has gone. Life, liberty and tho purFor Nick your tickets and further Information, apply to "After tho party be took me home and broad proposition that niuo teuthi of all Ko TrnTclef ISeturus suit of happine1 aro as sacred nearest ticket office or address Vf. W.Mon-roe- , talked just aa ewoet an the crime and disease in this world is due General Agent, Lexington, Ky. my, moro aicreJ they have a firmer hold all tbe way there he each buyai sbould consult Iu these tight cottage aud men to the human stomach. Keep the stomach his own interests.tiro's should you gtre one merbe about love in a Why upon tho public conrclecce than at any pre- could 2d lea President, Hen'l Pass'r Az'l. Mo for an buy livo aloco and nil that. And undefiled with meal, especially from tbe chant thing from aitlclo nben you canthis is tbe Klchtaoad. Virjlnla. same not another lor 40c. To do vious psriod in our history; b;ciuao public should not when we got to the front gale, he. gold, flesh of the swine, and there U hope that Justice to yourself or family. sentiment, tlm only recognizsd Uw of manIn tbe Dezt plCK, you should be sure to get good 'Fannie, I have watted for tnis opportunity man may livo up to hi highest aspirations. articles. Boor gods are deir at any price. Nokind, Hustaina the right, while force of evwhere Is this mote so than In Medicines. You for a long time, will you marry mi?' I - LCbicago Times. might as well pay 50c an ounco lor saw dust as fo r ery form yaulshca away, inert meuiciuts. whispered 'ye' ia a low voice and itid An interriesv with Mr. Eimimds, in I will not turn an envenomed tongue en Bourne has I ustrecolTed bis lre slock ol Med Concert Grand, " Here her cobs choked her voice. fresh from the which he declares that tha republican par- icines of all klndn. Krery article nlcvst and cheaptbe while men of Iho South, nor do I thick manufacturers, lfe now has tbo Parlor Grand, Inquired "And what did he do thtr.7" ty must t;o Won for it cindidato in 1S83 est selection of fancy goods, now caso articles, Ac, the real friends of ray raco would aancticn Baby Grand, Ac. The celebrated Launre's Spectacles and eye listener eagerly. and e!ect a man above rrproach, ia taken glasiea a siwclalty. Tbe bMt brands ol mixed such a po'icy. Had wo alriven halt aa her He-jUpright Giand, ' hollered 'pbilopcne !' wilh all iut can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, palnti hud tn win the good will of our neighbore, hia might. That' what ho did," and she horflftoinogpjllticiim as afign of hia in- sewing CTery machine goods, anglem' gods, artists' Square Grand. tention to go in open ravolt if Mr. Ulaine goods, chromos. fiames, lamr', brushes, bviks ol nlbtlt they were ex alavu ownere, as wo did We are opening the mott carefully selected, the all klods. stationery, a ttousind articles for the would not be comforted wept afreih and is n tn win the good will of elrangers, the wholo seems pouiblo under dear grandmas, mnilenannts aud the smartest ba- finest and btst stock of Merchant Traveler. by in tbo business all at tbe present drift of things in tho republiplni's of attaint among u would be brightPIAXOS AND ORGANS can party. - Saratoga Cor. The Niagara Whirpool er it If; and in spile of all mlatnktB Dr, M. L. Bourne's New Drus Store, E?er brought to this elly. Every instiumwit Is btanford, Ky. The whirlpool, well called "the aogrieet there la uo section ol our land in which we tho prida of an artist aud prices range from 10 to J.uut Lirfen, drunk ou Indiana whieky, 25 percent. loirertoaa other dealers atk lor the an so welcome. Id no place are we more hit of water in tho world," ia thrie miles bctSlOtolOo with nn equally drunken sa mo goods. ol musical ssd art culture ar invited to an inspection of tbebcautllul, cultitruatod than in 'Joulheru home. Every in- below tho great fills of Niagara. At this friend thai he could board a moving train. vated, retincd tone and artist designs ol these dustrial elation is the legitimate prize of point the- river, bending toward the Cana When tin lmtruuicnts: recovered conpoiouicefs he found amhi ion Tax levte for learning filler thro' daulde, ia contracted to tho width of about that bo had Tlio ti not tu'y lost tho bet, but one of Kunljc, tlio Fa220 feet. The waters rush violently into a Sou'i'ern finders like like crystal mous Decker & Sou, the Popular Evhii legs nlao. In wnii I the hiuic flower feed us. deep depression in the steep cliff that rlees erett and tlio Ilcllablo Now rmjlnml Bucklcn's Arnica Snfyo In lime of trouble thvy befriend ur. In on the Cinada side, when they emerge, Pianos, 19 WARRANTED to euro Fever and ThebcstSalre In tho world lor Cults. Brulsca dcknexH they fmlnlsler unto tn. In old turning almost back at a right angles to the Akuc, Intenuittcut or Chill Fever, Soros, Salt Rheum, Ferer Soros, Tetter, Chapped The Celebrated Oloagh and Warren and Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, ae they comfort us, nod in death they bu- American aide. ThUepot eeems lo be a Hands, Chilblains, Corna and all&kln Eruptions, the John Ghuroh & Oo. Organs. Fever), Liver Dengue (or ,,15reak-bouB- " ry ua O I that jiWic may ba done by portion of tho bed of an ancient channel. aal poiltlrely cures Piles, or uo piy required. I, Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from PIrote coumunliale nlth usforcataloxues, term Chrinilan minielrr to a mercilealy malign- Here tho Hngry water boll and chura with Is guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or inonoy Malarial poisons. nd prices. ed people N. II. iVt Iu J. I OOH, 8ncll Ag'ts. a ficrctn si almoit incredible. The waves rofundeu. Trice ii cents per box. For sale by "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 18S4. A Stanford, Ky, Every tv baa its rouijUa. We havo are never at rest. The toa and whirl and Fenny MoAllstor. Or P.OSK P.. P.ICHARD, sitf-crc- cl "For eighteen, months An Old Citizen Speaks complained because tho miedceds of oue loy with the heaviest timber. It mkes Eeferf nee A K. Penny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenwith Chills and Fever, ter, J. M. Philips. J. .M .Mooro and Jamt-- licaz-leMr. J. M. Korrls, an oil cltlzsn of Borne, Ga. colored man "uncharged to the wholo raco. one dizzy to look at the fierce tumult of ihe fc'lan'orn; Mis Ms; le IIdIdhs. Crab Uich-arhaving Chills every other day. says that he had been badly troubled with KidHutr-inaGen. Vf. J. Ijndraia aud illss How urjual! Yot we hold millions anRwer waves. ney Complaint for a great many years and with L&ncuur, Ky. After trying various remedies 13Myr cover a epaao of Kczema for three years; at times could scarcely crime- rf tho few. Some men able for tho Tno great ruilmtraiu recommended to euro, used a say I shall not proicb brctuo o' my pl about a q'jarior of a mllo f quire. lis walk, and 1ml tried many remedies without benbottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and efit, before he began itio. I hops (hey will allow ins to live on depth lira enormous and unknown Oae anointing his hands taking Electric Dlttors and have never since had a chill. with Bucklcn's Salve, tho earth a ml breathe nlr of heiven DWJjY HARPEIi." I thousand feet of cord was found too short This treatment aUjrdcd him great Arnicaand ho relief Tho whirlpool is in strongly recommends Electrla Bitters to all who assert hero and now and forever tho proud to touoh the bottom rilETARED BV prerogative of an American. Othello' oc- the form of a large circle Tho average sutler with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood b. Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. ia gono. I tell the force of the volume of water moving through Futlfier. gold by Penny A McAHster. cupation of whipper-iSold by all Drasglsts. Most Excellent. oolcred men of thii nation that the nation tho canyon above is 185.000 feet q uare. This Tbedirccttbrough UuoaoJoM cstftblUhed route J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, KnoxTllle, Tenn., i rum can get on bettor without it; that we are compact maea of water moyes with incredwrites; "My family and.I aro bencflctirles of your Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis under aa many obligation- lo tho Govern- ible swiftness, entering tho whirlpool on roost excellent medicine, Br. Klng'allew Discovand all points in the West. ment "it i to U'J that tho world ban no life one aide, spinning around like a top and ery for Consumption; having ifound it to be all Two (2) Daily Trains front Loulsrlllo tc St. Louis. to bother with a man with then pawing madly on -- Philadelphia that yuu claim forlt, desire to testify to its virfor and no time Three (3) Dally Trslns from Clncluuatl tue. My friends to whom I have recommended It a grievance; that (he mountain will not North American. to St. Louis. pralsa It at every opportunity." Tho Best Newspaper in America, Or. King's New Only lO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati come to Mohammed; that tho impractlc-tibiDiscovery for Consumption la guaranteed to euro i under prohihi to Vt, Louis. and by far the Most Readable. The town of Dedham egotists havo no placo in a hnd of ao Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evTho Only Lino by whioh you can apothecaries alone being permitAgents wantd evorywhera to earn ery affection of the Throat, Cheat and Lungs. Tritlye, busy, plucky men who can pinroely tlon law, got a Through Stooping Car ted to sell alcohollo Bllmulants. The oth- al Bottle Freaat Penny A MoAUsttr's Drug Store. money in distributing tho Sun's Prefind time in whioh ti die; that Eoierald We entered Largtslsv. II. From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. of the miums. is tbe first element in manhood; that the er diy a son Cure for Piles. there, and, taking a bottle Positive tho only line running "PllO SJ Rr. IVT hrough from Loulsvllli colornJ rsftfl or woman In tbe South who a drug store Tho most interesting and advanta1AV 1"U. I'o tho people c I this county we would say tbat asked for a quart of whisaud Cincinnati to St. Lenls, all other routes belna ha nil ono white in in or white womao from hla pocket, offers ever made by any Newsgeous made up of a combination of small roads. asked to what use it we havo been given tho Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's whom he would trust aa far aa any mortal ky. Tho ealesunn paper. reply was 'to eoak Italian Pllo Ointment emphatically guaranteed was to be put, and the Tbo Ohio A Mississippi IUIIway runs Palatial money refunded Intornal, External, on earth Is In jail; that liberty of conscience to curs or No Subscriber ignored or neglected. Bleeping Cars on nlclit trains; Luxuriant Parwaa filled, aud tho Blind Blooding or Itching Piles. Prlco fiOo n box. lathe freeman's heritage; tbat toproecribaa rootein." The order lor Cars on day trains: Elvanl Day Coach. Something for all. es on all trains. after handing over tha bottle and For sale by Penny AMoAllster, Drujjlsts. manoa account cf politics is to play checkers clerk, Beautiful and Hubatantlal Prernluma In acouversitlanal man. DteLanAcIo."i connections aro made in UNION conlents. inquired In Daughters, Wires and Mothers, with tbe devil; that a church for baldhead-e- d DLPOTd with diverging lines by theO. A M. Btandard Oold and otborWatobcs.Valmblo of roots are you going Hallway, thus avoldlue troblesouio trans- We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a men and a corner in hesvon for fool is ner, "What kinds Book, tbo Host Family Bowing MicMno rersuy otner routes. a Female ltomedy, t cure Female Disto soak?" Pocketing the bottle, tbo aa rational a a church for colored repubkuown to tbo trado, and anunequalcd Unt Tbo Ohio A Mli'lulppl Railway is the only lint be eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and between Loulivlll. i.incinnat anu ot. ioun "The roots of me tongue, of objects of rnal utility aud instruction. licans I would tell them that to "mourn Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing. under one managttuent, running all Its jabbere." a grievance paat nnd gone is next way to down railing, irregularities, Barrenness, Change o I iuruuf """recognizedo ioiiu ana in cxinsrqiisnco Bates, by Mall, Postpaid: Is First-CIsIWuU b. you bear a man talking against Ltfe.Lcucborrhaen, besides many weakuesstssprlng-In- g draw the mischiefs on." That the granite When twem tnose Cities. DAILY, por Yoar (without Bnnday) S6 OO from tbe above, like lieadache, Bloating, SpiApply to ticket Agcu's of connecting lines far may just put 50 DAILY, per PdonthiwlthoutSuuCay) posflbilliiei tower about them, but tbe his counlv newnptper, you full particulars as to rates, time, maps, circular! nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, I 00 SUNDAY, por Yoar or any desired information, or write to mallet of the will and tho chUel of indua it down that he oe about two years' sub- Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. Tor sale by DrugnoBT. H. FOUMAN, EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 FOR try they alone can use, That all tho na- scription and U mid bsoiuse tho editor gists. Prices 31 and 81 SO per bottle. 8snd to Dr. Trav. Pass. Ac't O. A U. ll'y. 8oi ,rot, Ky. I OO . . . WEEKLY, per Year W.M PEAHof-Y- . (Ga.) 3. n. Marchlil., Hfi.. N. V.., for .namnhlat., fmn.. lace , -. tions wait to honor the first negro philoso, wants the TUB SUX, Now Voiti City. ett: and (ien'l Man'gr, W.B.SIIATIUa Utn. Pass. AaU. Forialobr Penny A McAHster, Druggists. Cincinnati, O. pher, scientist or scholar; that all tho world Times. g' FOR SAMS. For dir'-covcr- Favni For 3alc d, FOR 8AM3! ar 15C-- U CAIliTEIt, Stanford Female fc aa nnj-nifios- nt well-inow- Lex-ingto- n vrriV'iiit aln-gu- UO-gi- e, KSEi! KOSI! 3CGK! Per G. EMAS BRO, TIMBER LUMBER, .P. 153-l- my 1 A ex-eu- 3BOTJJRITJa to-d- - AYER'S celo-brat- dew-drop- Ami oium I Worlil-roiiowiic- nt rcat-offlc- y, d; n, I . n on a uspn & BE. i - pr&&XpM w$l?&M&m self-relian- yt ... sa money.-rSpringp- Add.-cu- -- V The Maine election occurs to day. The Mayflower defeated the Galatea by two miles in their second race Saturday. Septembor 14, 1880 Stanford, Ky., contribution to the Louisville's Charleston sufferers reaches nearly $5,000 Stone Mountain, 15 milts from AtlanW. P, WALTON. ta, is being mined, preparatory to blowing it up with giant powder. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, The residence) of B. F. Patterson and Dr. 8.S. Abell at Harrodsburg burned FriFor Congrtif day. They were partially insured. JAMES 11. McCREAKY. The republicans in the Tenth nomina01 MadUon. ted Capt. W. L. Hurst, cf Wolfe, for Congress, and Taulbee is tho same as elected of the people of Lincoln, now A majority The number of Jews in the world at voting at Saturday'. election, decided that present is but 6,300,000, of whom 5,400,000 the 1cr1 traflh in l'quora in this county are in Europe. There are 230,000 in tho and in that decision we shall shall cea-United States. cheerfully and fullf acquiesce. We hare Hahell beat Rhea in the Butler counbeen opposed to prohibitory whisky laws ty primary Siturday by a large majority in general and the one voted on in partic- and will do him likewise for the nominaular, partly because their execution has in tion for Congress. so many caeen prnred futile and farsical, A. B. Hilpp, postmaster at Lebanon for but a Rood democrat always submits to the several terms under republican Adminiswill of the majority and the strongest ad trations, died Friday from paralysis comvocate of prohibition shall not complain of plicated with pneumonia. the lack of assistance we shall render in enA year ago boxwood found a ready deavoring to have the law fully and fairly market for $100 a ton. Now the market executed. We might have cringed to tho is dull at $20. Tho bursting up of the popular feeling and advocated the passage skating rink bubble did the business. of the law, which we were convinced was The republicans elected their candiinevitable, but we do not care to sacrifice a date for Governor in Vermont by 20,670. principle for the sake of popularity, and not The prohibition candidate got 1,832 votes being satisfied that prohibition was the Legislators favorable to Edmunds number better policy, we did not urge its adoption. 155 to&Gagaimt. At tho same time we tried to deal perfectly Flux prevails to an alarming extent in fair with the prohibitionists and if any of the Berea neighborhood, more than 50 them are not pleased with our course we deaths having occurred from it in the last can not help it. We have no apologies to GO days. Of this number 40 were children. individual make. And if any Richmond Register. or set of Individuals think they can crush Mayor Courhnay considers that nearus by a withdrawal of their patronage, they ly $6,000,000 damage has been done by the are at liberty, of course, to try it, We Charleston earthquake and that the people shall continue to run the paper as we see absolutely require from $500,000 to $1,000,-00- 0 proper, and failing to do s), will turn it to tido them over the winter season oyer to some one who can. In the mean- with anything like ordinary comfort. time we shall advocate the enforcement of At Tonginanoxle, Kai., a man named all the laws, including the one just adopt- McKeenan, in a fit of rage, shot his wife ed. Prohibition can bo made to prohibit if and her father, an aged man named Freethe people are in cirncit in their efforts; it man, the latter dying almost instantly, must be made to do as long as it is the law while the wife still lives. McKeenan was and so far as we can assist it shall do so, or arrested and narrowly e?caped lynching. we shall demand its unconditional repeal. Only two weeks ago we announced the Green Oenham, death of Mr. Jack Datton, a former citizen OrR fresh young friend, who has just mocnted the editorial tripod of this county, but who removed some years ago to 1 Dorado, Kansat; and now of the Williamsburg Times and consequently feels the importance of saying some- we announce the death of his companion, thing, headB an article clipped from the which will bs sad news to many warm Somnews column of this paper "Another Lie." friends and relatives in this section. The statement may have been and doubt erset Reporter. Miss Amelia Jackson, daughter erf less is erroneous, but it would have been just an eflective and decidedly more polite-t- Capt. Jackson, who shot Col. Ellsworth at have said so without using the word lie the Marshall House, Alexandria, Va , for We feel considerable interest in you, young pulling down the Confederate flag in 1861, fellow, and knowing the importance of a has been appointed to a position in the good start, we are constrained to read you Patent Office. It will be remembered that this little lecture: Don't use a rough word Miss Jackson's father fell at the Bame time, when a polite ono will do and never tear shot by a member of Col. Ellsworth's regiyour shirt until it is absolutely necessary ment. It is worth remembering that the proand yon havu a supply to fall back upon. hibitionists of Kentucky have gained nothThe democratic convention at Augusta ing by putting up candidates for political succeeded at a late hour Thursday night in offices. Oa that line they have never won naming n standard bearer forCongress in the a victory. What they have gained and it Ninth Diatrict. Judge Garrett 8. Wall, a is by no m eans icconeiderable has been very excellent gentleman and a sound dem- gained by presenting the question as a local ocrat, was chosen on the ceventh ballot, re- iesue, distinct from all party considera ceiving 50 to 32 votea over 8. C. Eascom, Commr.nwealth. 8avago having been withdrawn. Taylor Wiieon, recently removed from A. N. Young, the man who has had much to do tho postmaeterahip at Savannah, Ga., on disgraceful otate of affairs in Rowwith the tho ground of otTjnaive pHrtisanshlp, de-n- iej an, was chosen permanent chairman, which the authority of the President to reis perhaps tho meanest thing that can be move him, and annoucc:s his intention to said about the convention. apply to the courts for relief. He will sue The prohibition law just adopted is the the Government for his salary up to Janumost sweeping ever voted in this State. No ary, 18S9, when his commission would have one will be permitted for any purpose expired had he been retained In office. whatever, medicine, sacrament or what In a pistol matines at Kennedy Stanot, to sell epirituou, vinoui or malt li- tion, Texas, where a local option election-wa- s quors neder a penalty of not less than $10 progressing, Sheriff Tate E der, his nor more than $50 fine for each offense. dsputy and brother, Budet Elder, and a killed outright; Dsputy A rniMAUY election to nominate a can- Mr. Pullcn were Sheriff Jack Bailey and another member disdidate for Congreos in tho Louisville family were dangerously trict, to be held October 0;h, has been fixed of the Fallen wounded, and County Attorney Graves, by the democratic committee and both Sheriff Blair, Charles Daley and Caruth and Willis have submitted to the Djputy were slightly injured. comes the tug of war and we W. G. Butler action. Now e, d o tions.-Covington Si nri-SBee- Intdorlournal tOTtS OF CURRENT EVENTS. DANHLLE. BOTLE COUN1Y. Bob Uiyes, for a plain drunk, was fined a V In the police court this morning. REV. GEO. O. BARNES. Preaches His Blessed Gospel of Lore at His Old Home. There were CO appearances for the next Circuit Court, when the time for bringing suits closed lait Friday. Mr. Wm. M. Hughes, formerly of Lincoln county, Is assisting Mr. F. Mannlnni In htii urocerv land confectionery business in the old Central House building. Two couples of worthy colored people, Horace Rice and Annie Hicks and Nelson Rogers and Maggie Schooler, were married on Krtd bv Rav. Crciar Nichols, of the colored Presbyterian church. this morning they At the court-hous- e wern Irvine to cct un some sort cf a cate Hustonville Turn acainst tho Danville lilbniVirinanY for eharclne illeaal toll. If tho turnpike is convicted it is propoeed to send the turnpike to tho work house or mnntT 111 If the turnniko won't pay her fine. Gen. Beatty, of Columbus, Ohio, Capt. T. P. O'Shea, of Cleveland, and Capt. D. J. Mullatey, of Cincinnati, wero in town Saturday on their way to Ferryville to make of soldlere who arrangements for a took part in the battle of Perry vllle, fought Oct. 8, 1802, Tho gentlemen above named were at tho time connected with the 3rd Ohio Infantry, a regiment which lest heavily. After visiting the battle field they re- turned tn this nlace and leit for their homes on the 3 o'clock train Sunday morn inc. Committees have been appointed to see to the transportation of visitors to and from Ferryville and for their entertainate Inment while thero. cordially desired to be present. vited and Capt. Geo. H. Dobyns, of this pla:e, can give further information to those desiring it. Mr. W.J.Oirsley, of Spriog Station, Woodford county, Is here on a brief viiit. Misses Florence and Alice Shelby, of Fay-ett- e county, were in town Friday, the guests of the Mitses Fisher, on Lexington street. Mrs. W. A. Crockott, of Versailles, is visiting her sister, Mis. VanWinkle. Mr. L. P. Maxey and Miss Mary Williams obtained marriage license Friday evening. Mrs. 8. B. While, of Richmond, is visiting the family of her father, Mr. 8. V. Raw- land. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas are in Eliiabethtown, called there by the death of Mr. Thomas' brother, Dr. Howard Thomas. Mr. R.S.Bohon, of Docatur. III., Is In town visiting the family of his brother, Mr. W. J. Bohon. Rsv. A. J. Brady- - has gone n Michigan to seek relief from hay fever. Rev. Green Clay Smith is in Whitley coun tv on a fishine excursion. Mr. P. A. Marks returned Friday from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flaig have returned to their home in Terre Haute. Ind. Dr. David Barrow, of Louisiana, was in town several days last week, the guest of Dr. Fayette Dunlap. He left Sunday evening for Lexington. Mrs. Broadus,of Mt. Sterling, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. A. Bradley, this county. Hon. A G.Talbott will leve in a few days to join Mrs. Talbott.now in Philadelphia. From that point they will start on an extended tour through the West, going as far as California. In tho spring they expect to mane the tour of Eirope and tho Eisf. Mrs. Talbott is a native of Dundee, Scotland, and has many relatives living there. Sensible Suqgostion. To tao Editor of the Interior Journal. are betting that the mugwump gets left. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY, Mack Holmes bought of Charley Redd power responsible or the terrible earth- a lot of feeding hog, weighing 150 pounds, quake at Charleston and endeavor to prove at $3.80 per cwt. R. II. Bronaugh sold to their position br stating that no such a ca- Cyrus Jones 8 steer calves at $15 per bend. lamity occurred there during the 21 years' J. Will James has a fine prospect for lease of power by their party. colt by Membrlno a trotter; his Meerenger, after two months' handling trotConTnE republican committee for this gressional district has called a convention ted his mile in 2 38. Will wai offered at Danville October 5:h to nominate a can- $700 for him, but refused to price him at all. didate for Congress. It is said that Gen. Crab Orchard gave a majority for proled to the W.J. Lmdram will be the Iamb hibition of 115 votes. The vote at the close slaughter. of the poll stood, against whisky 217; for of the That little nuitance, the chestnut gong, whisky 102. Only about was invented by Harry Wright, tho veter- voters of tho precinct participated in the an base ball pUrer, and his firm in Phil- election. Crab Orchard has again uotten to be adelphia is naid t' have made $25,000 in quite a shipping point for lumber, &c; betwo months. shipping all their French Tipion sys his "Thin Column" sides threo lumber from here, there is a large quantiin the Richmond Btghttr is inspired. By &c, being shiphis Santanic majeBty he means, no doubt. ty of spokes and shingles, daily. Such inspiration could come only from ped W Q Emison, of Lexington, was arsuch a source. rested here after the polls closed Saturday The Knights of Libor have nominated evening, charged with buying votes. The a man for Cong're3s in the Richmond, Va., affair created quite a breeze when it was district, but if he is a Wise man he will not known that Emison had been arrested. He run. Ilts name is Mullen. very readily gave bond for his appearance picture and sketch of tho late Col. on tho lth proximo. Tub Died, on the 6th lost., of heart diseaee, Major, on our fmt page is from the JViV Mrs. Ward, wife of R. B. Ward, Eiq., of tcri and rullithm' Gazette, Louisville. this place, after several weeks of suffering. The Louisville Pott quotes the milk of The remains were taken to Paint Lick and human Idndnes3 at $500 a pint, with but intered In the family lot at that place. Eld, little on the market. Milton Elliott, ot Kirksville, conducted the Montgomery's official majority ovir funeral services. Mrs. Ward was a con Tom Robertson in the Fourth District is eiatent christian lady nnd had b:en for 40 872. There wr 14,02-- votes exit in the yeirs a member of the Methodist Church. She will be greatly missed in the commuprimary. in tho way a wild Weatern editor nity. Mr. Ward and his entire family Thia Rev. Wm unito in returning their slncero thanks to preeento a religious Item: Wacka went gunning for sinners at May-fiel- d the good people of the town and neighborand bagged C73 hundred converts In hood for their many kindnesses during Mrs. Wvrd's lat illness. him." two-third- s eaw-mills TnE republican papers bold the party in Tho people of Lincoln county have decided that no more spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold in her territory. Tho law is a sweeping one. It forbids the sale in any amount, drink, pint, gallon or barrel, with or without prescription. It has been claimed by some, that drurgists, lias they do not take out county or State by this law, that discense, are notnffscted tillers for the same reason can continue tho bottle trade. Tho Commonwealth 0 Kentucky has Baid it shall not ba sold in any way. As soon as it is entered upon proper record, druggisM and distillers C3n not sell in any amount. Tho law will apply to thoaewho take out county or town liceme as soon as thcee licenses expire. But I took up my pen to Bay: Now that the battle is fought, the smoke of the con- fl.ct rolled away, let any and every bitter fcelinc engendered by the strife, roll away. Lot the white winged voice of paace plume his feathers on every roof and hearthstone The brave soldiers of our civil war, as soon sb peace was declared, wero tho first to strike bands across the bloody chasm. Oaly cowards knit their brows and continued the strife. There were honest men on both sides of 8aturdaj's contest, honest men, good men, thinking men. Now that old Llucoln has decided, theso honest, good and thinking men will unito in teeing the law executed. Bid men will try to evade the law, will try to bring it in disrepute. A law and order party, not a prohibition party, should ba organized in every neigh borhood to see that the law is executed, that no guilty party go unpunished. A mogletrate said to me some weeks ago, "It is the hardest matter in the world to get officers to execute the Uw." All good people should unite to see that tho law Is executed. Let us hold up the officers' hands so that they bring every guilty man to Justice. We are certain that the Interior Journal will now, as heretofore, be among the strongest advocates of law and A Citizen. order. of Tonquin telegraphs to The Bishop Paris that 700 Christians havo been massacred and forty villages burned in a Tonquin province, and that neirly a thousand Christiana are perishing of hunger. Parson C. M. Ledbetter, of Eilijay, Ga., preaches a rather advanced Bam Jones gospel. In a recent sermon, in which he fiercely scored whisky drinkers, card players, and dancers, he is reported to haye said that a "young lady should spit In any man's face who asked her to dance with The audience that packed every conceit able space in the Opera House last Thursday night to greet the beloved evangellV, Rev. Geo. O Barnes, atyer his tour of the world, was tho largest ever assembled in Stanford and the reception 'amounted to n real ovation. His very presence seemed to send a thrill of joy through eyery heart and when be arose to speak every ear was strained to hear him. He was suffering from the effects of a cold contracted in preaching in the open air at Lexington, andwasqulto hoarse. After reading the 1031 Psalm and telling his old friends and neighbors how useless it was to express his gladness on looking into their faces again, he launched forth into his sweet gospel of "God in Lovo and nothing else," and for an Puin-Cur- cr is hour held the vast multitude spell-bounas be told in earnestness nnd elcquent terms tho world over the glad tidings that lm had circled the globo to impart. Friday night the Opera House was again crowded and the spraker was in a much Improved condition. He read a part of the 10th chapter of St. Luke and took for hie text a portion of the 26th verse, "What is written in the law? now readest thou?' We will not attempt to give eren a synop I hare rtcclTol nj .till rrctlrlng sis of tho rermon, which was a grand one. According to his reading of tho Uw God uses every means to draw sinners to Him and make them walk in paths of pleasantComprUlng tb best In th market, which will l ness and ways of peace. Those that accept His overtures no would bless and save Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono m City or Country. from the horrors of the second death, but ttlvo Mo h Trial. thos6 that reject would bs cast into hell fire and remain not through eternity, bis God of Love would never permit that, but until all sin was burned from tho soul. Christ had died to save sinners and He would not be satisfied till all wero saved and safely in heaven, even though some had to pass through hell to reach it. He emphasized and reiterated the proposition that law was of God and penalty of the devil, and showed how the Holy One in DEALER IN. His loving and tender mercy was ever trying to circumvent thndo.il and save sinners from that penalty. Thia He had made easy for the sinner by only requiring of him to confess His name, not even publicly unless he wished, though he believed most persons would make a public confession if they were truly earnest, when the propir time came. During his discourse he took occasion to denounce in no uncertain terms the newspaper charge that he had renounced the Lord's Supper and begged his friends not to believe all thai they saw in them about him until it had been verified by him. He had said that as partaken of by the average christian the sacrament was XV, H. of no effect and usually looked upon with JOHN MeKlNNEY. I rjalMiusn. UHIOIIT, euspicion. It was regarded more as a mat-t.- r of form and taken by some churches at long Intervals, its me tubers thinking at the time more about the taste of tho wine, the quality of the bread and whoso filthy lips had left their impress upon tha glas, than the solemnity of the occasion. Instead of renouncing it he loved to partake of the Drtltri lrj all klrm jf knowlLord's Supper more and moro edge of Its import Incrcscil,and bo generally endeavered to tako it at least once a week. Ilia dear friends of the "Campbell-itwere nearer Church" right than denominations in that reeroct, any fcr the Sapper should be partaken of for the soul, just as food Is taken for the body, at such intervals as to keep it fully nourished. Concluding his discourse he taid that he would not again preach to the peo plo of his old home as muoh an he desired to do, unless they showed in nn unmistaka-b!- e manner tbeiri'esiri to have him return and further expound the gospel that had lifted so great a burden from his own life and sent joy to so many hearts. In addition to the persuasive eloquence cf tho preacher, who never grows dull or tiresome, an almost heavenly feature of the eervices is the Mveet music furnished by Misses Marie, Gaorgie and tho little orgar. To oilr ear It was the perfection of melody, SWIUKYN,giving us foretastes of the songs that will and-bydelight us in the stveet-byAn effort to havo the "troupe" return is al resdy taking shspe and a petition to that tnd, circulated by Mr. J Cim Hays, is being largely signed. Siturday at noon the Gruln, Wool, Wccils, IVm1. ,'oiil, l.uinlior, V.I v. party left for Dripping Springs, where it will remain till next Monday, when it will go to Harrodsburg. After that Richmond and then Frankfort seems now the route "ihc Lord has laid out." Children Gry FOR PITCHER'S tho most wonderful known. Castoria Ccntnur Liniment has d H. C RUPLEY, 3U:kijiiat tailok. -- New Goods for Spring and Summer, w itlr -- Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Xinie, Cement, Elevators, IPiimps, Oiclei' Mills, &e. WEBREN & MEiEFEE, e of-th-e Favminglmplemeiits and Machin ery, FISn SngglcSf -- f$&ags9 e Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, JParm Wagons, MARRIAGES. M'ROBERTS, H. Brady and Miss Msggie Hendricks, the pretty daughter of Mr. J. M Hendricks, will be married to day. Several exchanges are giving circulation to a report that marriage license fees haye been Increased by tho Legislature. Ky.v ToIh is an einr. The revenue bill only provides that of tho license fee paid to the HiimIcui Wlncx. Wall Paper, clreks of the county courts fifty cents DriiBjH, IlooltH, Liquor ChetiilcalH, InNlruviiifiii. thereof shall go in the State revenue. The h;arH, Stationery, PalntN, Pocket license fees stand at the old price, and if n NoapH, OHa, ToIhuton, Cutlerj, Perfumery, LuuipB, Fire ArniM, Machin gocd woman is not considered worth a dolIVeeille. lar and a half by her lorer, sho ought to Our Jowelry, Sllvcrtraro and Ontlcnl Oooda nepnrttnent Ih in Clinrgo of Col give him the Rrand hounce.-Frankf- urt who will lleimir nnlchos nnd Clocks nromntlr mid lu tho butt Thos. U'cliimla, Capital. stylo. -- Mr. Will & STAGG, Stanford, -- ,k Opora House Block, A Boston whisky dealer bought a cheap coffin, put 4J gallon keg of rye whisky inside, screwed a plate on the lid of the coffin on which were engraved the name, age tnd birthplace of the alleged corpse, boxed the Coffin, as Is ueual, and shipped it to a town UoE Pish i L1CKER trailt-rou- The Best Waterproof Coat, in Maine. There an undertaker took charge cf tho box rnd drove ten miles Into the country bafore the coffin wan opened and tho liquor removed, mtfP Th.ri8HBEAND6LinCEl!llwmcit.,liHrrrMf, ml will Wtp jreu dry In lh. Ij.nlcit norm. Th. niw TOUUKL f l.ICK It a rnci nainf ro.i, ani (OTrlb.nllrilJI. Il.w.r.of Imltitlonl. Hon vtnuln. vltttonl tu ' Jllnitr.l.il c.uioju. lrt. A i Towtr, llcilon, iliai. llr.nd" Scete In Mississippi: Husboud "Wlfr, bring me m? double-barre- l shot gun, that Elghtoon ProfosBors and Instructors.- pair of Dmlnuer putnls and my meat lo'l-abl- o Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engliieerlng,Clas$Ical, Normal School, bowie knife." Wifo-"W- nat on earth Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Stud;. do you want with all those weapont?" Husband "l may have me for them. I am a COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. temperance man hihI I am going to attend Tor Cntnlojftiu Fall term begin- - Bcrit. Hill, iHSO. nnd other information a prohibition meeting," --- "Ad.lrr.. Lexington, Kentucky. rH. 5 fTATE CODLEGE . of KENTUCKY tt' Tjon, -- r, New linn of French rsnJy Warren'a Model Grocery, - at A. Aj - Bb honest and return those asck Stanford, Ky Hpptomber 14, 188G hae of Wearen A Menefee. yesterday, with 63 cases on the docket, If yon want the worth of yonr money most of them contested. - Bualnoss Manager. and the beat Kind, cull to eon us. Metcalf JO. O. WALTON, Hknuy Walls, a knob horse, was jailed A Foxier. yesterday for drunkenness and afterwards I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. CAM, on Weoren A Menefeo and gire by Judge Carson. for your winter coal before fiaed $5 and costs w m m. thorn order I H r, M m Mall trXfl going North ii .1 ts r.w. the price advance. Boutn Mn. O. A. Kamey fell from the house he . 1 28 .! M. Kxprttitraln" Bouth i ii Is building for Mr. E. P. Owsley last Fri2 15 ah Norh..........-........Come and see the latest Improvement Tbs jto It calculated nu standard time, dolar day and was bruised considerably. The in Water Elevators and force pumps before res tt about 70 tnlnatni rattan making your purchase. Wearen A Mrne fall was about 10 feet, and that he was hurt no more, is almost a miracle. feo MKAL NOTICES. Craven, timothy, b!uo grssa andorchaid rain. Oau cn travel for hundreds of miles gratssted at bottom prices. Wearen & and .everywhere see Ihe grain rotting in the fields. Menefee. London Truth. you The Pulaski County Fair commence s Joikik Vahnon's quarterly court began to-d- j 3 1. It -- . i To Mrs. 0. S. Nleld more than to any RELIOIOUS. other person is due the nuccess of the proRev. J. R. James, of Somerset, will W yTCiira ami Jewelry ropaJrod on slior hibition movement here and lis advocates ootlcc nd warranted by Penny A McAlia owe her a lasting obligation of love. preach Wednesday night at the Baptist or. church at Crib Orchard. Ocv the IIa Hug Iteraedy, the origiI HAVE for sale 15 Hives of Beet, 3 Rev. Joe A. Munday will aid Pastor nal and only Renulne, from Penny AMcA.1- Cows, 1 Uindor, 1 Wheat Drill, 10 btuhe's C. C. Green in a protracted meeting at ster. of jowolry, latest of Potatoes, 1 half NorutanHlallion, 1 Bug Creek church, beginning this TuesA OOMI'LETK style. Itockford watches n specialty. Pen- gy, 1 Wagon. Wish to sell at public sale day night. ny A McAllster. 2t. 18th Bept. W. II. Butleson. Eld. Joseph IUlloa's 10 daya' meeting at Willlsburg, in Washington county, endPERSONAL. ExmEHiixo surprlso to a Crab Orchard ed last Friday night with 15 persons added msn that his precinct gave eo large a proMu. J. Penninoton and fitnlly certainly to the church. hibition maioiily, he said, "We ate at Hale's Well. Elder J. Q. Mongomery will begin a get rid of whiky, teeMisseh Kate Haii. and L riio FarrU had cause to try to protracted meeting at Goshen church next ing the evils that it hai brought upon us." are alttndinR the Hointrset Fair. Siturday night, assisted by the pastor E'd. Mim Ei.i.a Ramsey is in Liilngton FonoKii Deputy 8herifl BiggerstafT, of J. G. Livingston on a visit tn her brother's family. Maditon, as here Sunday on his way to Jeremiah Abeam, a Roman Catholic Mas J A Carpenter is visttioz her Richmond from Williamsburg, where be priest at Dtltas, Toxs, has apostatizsd .ITVr ADTCBTlKEXEflTh. parents In the west end of Bsyle county. bad captured Wm, K'ggs, who is winted and will be baptlzsd as a membjr of the Miih Fannik West, of Oarrnrd, hn for forgery committed at Berea, Ey. Baptist Church in that city. born the KiHft of Miss Dilsy Barntldr. Mrs. W. G. Welch and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnson will Mr. T.J. Ilmt.r.Y and children, of New FiRM.-Ci- pt. J. C. Hays went up to Dripping Springs A opsn a grocery etoro In Mr. EJ Mclloberta' yesterday to 01 tenant wants to rent, for a Urm of jearr, Louisville, are with Mrs V. CI. Itmey. ipsnd the week. Mr. Birnre room in a few days. The etoro will b unD. Klak.1 left Bunday for the cities to will preach twice a day at 11 o'clock and An A 1 Farm of 200 to 300 Aores, lay in a p'r stock for tho fall and winter der the entire clarge of Mr. T. D. Kney, at 3 30 during his stay. Lirgo crowds at- Located on or near plk In the vicinity ol Danville who has had several yean' experience in J, or Stanruid, or In tbs Limp Dick Koblnion trade. tended both services. In Garrard county. Land muil be good, Mas Annie Deju'jm, of Ironlcn, O., the business. with comfortable bouie, goad (tables, fences, Ac. Elder G. L. Surbsr spent his vacation Oun old friend, G. W. HhUlt:, formerly preaching, closing a meeting at Unity Address 'Is the KU(rl of her mother, Mrs. H. W O. II OX 02, Danville, Ey. of McKinney, but now of Lexington, ad- church, in Harrison ounty, on Friday Powers. CiEOiuiK llAMstV, who Is attending vertises an excursion via tho Cincinnati night, with 20 additions, and when the inF.lllott Institute at Kirksville, was at home Southern to Niagara Falls and return from terest was great. Ho is in excellent health. Ono Home of 3 rooms, 2 cellars and kitchen, table Hattmlar. that city at $7. 10. Tickets good from Sep- Mrs. Surber will be home in a few days. and other outbuildings. A good well In few jardl Misi Honctus, a pretty youDg lady tember IStb to 20th. of tbe kitchen door; a Unto and good garden. It. Sterling Sentinel. HI !. Terms nude easy. Apply to roc on the premts-- J. Mia from Hopkins ounty, is the guest of Writing from Greensboro, N C, her 11. Aljl'i'JtV, A rooii woman with four little children, Htanlord, Ey. U3.21 Mattie Trlbble. Mrs. Dudley Vaught, wife of the man who present home, and inclosing the money Mijs Ilraie IIaiuuj, after beveral was sent to tho penitentiary by the U. 8. for another year's cubicription, Mra. J. S. weeks' visit to her cousin, Mirs May Helm, court for counterfeiting, was lodged in jail Morrhon, one of Brother Birnea' warmest returned to liouisville yesterday. yesterday because sho waa unable to pay friends, says that she really envies our Powor Tiffin, 0..Well Drill The pretty Miss niancho'ltaney, who fines against her for $1G0 for selling whisky good fortune in being able to hear him A In perfect order. For termt enquire of has been spending a few wieki at Eld. A without license at Milledgeville. preach again, and atks that she and NelC. Newland'a, retunuJ to her home in Til OX A 8 JIOIIGAX, to him. lie bo aflectlonately remembered Wllllamiburg, Ey. 1 Jam in Fox, who bad been sentenced to Louisville Thurdy. The cue of the Converse Brothers for Mn. C M. Samuim Las returntd lifeimprisonment for murder committed in violation of the ninth commandment Is SALE OF PERSONALTY. from Mscchyter, where ho has been engag- Owsley county, and who has been in jail again on trial before the Louisville Presby Urge new here for tho last six months or more for tery. Dozens of preachers, including Revs. ed for rereral months on tho I will aell at public auction at the old Brlczi received notice Friday that Court house bring built there. F. M. Green and 1. 8. McElroy, testified to Farm, near JlcKl jmt, ou Mn anii Mas T K Walton, accom- the Court of Appeals had granted him a untruthfulness of their paper, the Chris 'JLuGstlay, Hcptcinlicr 1SSG, panied by that lovable pair, Misses Kibra new trial. When Jailer Owens told him turn Obsenar, and the unreliability of the Pennington and Mary Hrown, left for a the good news he nearly went wild with Brothers where they were particularly In- My stock, contlitlng of a nlc lot of brood marei old saddle mare, nice and coltt, l nice old saddle mare, I or 5 phaeton pony, one several Joys' visit to Cincinnati UN morn- delight. terested. 1 Jennet and Joonct colt head of good work mules, ing. Tho Rev. Joe A. Munday preached 1 yearling jack rolt, 10 or 12 nlcecowa and calves, There are 91 pensioners in Lincoln old thorCol which aro thoroughbreds, 1 A CAitii from Mr II. H. Wllsen 5 county and they draw on aggregate cf twice here Sunday, In the morning at the oughbred bull, t yearling bull calf, 3) ntca breedns that hr has ac plcJ a position ing Kwes, 25 good Ilogt, 20 nice thoats, 40 acre of monthly; Garrard has 12 who draw Methodist church and at night in the Bap corn, fanning implemi nta, Ac. with the Ktna City Htrup Co., and was Terms,: All iumi under 110, caih; that amount 09 who tist. We learn that he showed himself to $112; Boyle C9 who get $353; Ca-o- y and crcr, 20 daja' credit, with Interest on negoto enter upon his duties yesterday. This get loG draw 31,140 50 be n christian and a gentleman by asking tiable, notrs, payib.o In the Farmers national 59S0.50; Pulaski's ttunour.remnt will occasion much regret and Kockcsatle'a 03 get $501.50. The to everybody that he may have offended lo uankortuanlord. H,tJI JI. OIIfAH. 11. T. Bi'sii. Auctioneer. amonir his friends here, for he has proven tal number of pensioners in the State is forgive him, ndding that if it was necessary JO!! I. WATKHH. himself during his several yrar' stay, a KTlCt. I villiell at tho same time and (0 he would get down en his knees to beg 0,802 and their uionlhlv pay amount placo 5 or six good bones, 3 or I Aldcrncy cows, gentlrman and a good business man. We their pardon. A letter from him will be reaper, e the nice little sum of S7S, 11101 KB. KENNEDY. wigan, Ac wish him great success in his new home. found in another column. Mn. Pam M. WiMitTEleft Sunday to The br roomB must go. There aro elev Rey. J M. Bruce was especially severe far 8. J en In the county, bnt the license of sonic take the position n( baok-k'jp- r or. the doctrine of Mr. Birnea in his eer Greenbsum'a Urge esUbheuicnt in Louis- of them do not expire tdl next May or mon Sunday. He mad the broad aster ville Mr. Wilhlte has for severs! years June. Of the six in Stanford aud vicinity, tion that he wai doing more harm by been engaged in buinei in Stanford, late'Squire Portman's expires December 1; E. preaching than all the it Short Horn Cattle, Trotting ly in the First Nttionil Ihnk, and during II Bnrnslde'a January 15th, Mr. Govcre in the country and begged parents not to Cirpenter's each in February hlti stay he has by hit pilite mtnier and and I). K Stock, permit their children to hear him. But gentlemanly conduct won the lovo and and Tom Ferroll' andT. L.Bholton's each Brother Barnes will go on drawing sinners ASD ol all our people, who regret to havo in May. Prohibition will therefore not go to Christ, whero the average doctrine pro him lev. He is an excellent business fully into elTsct before next June. pounded by the preachcra will drive them Other Valuable Personal Property. man find if good wisbc count for anything, Shot. Saturday ss a negro ntmed Jim in an opposite direction, ' he will sutoeod even beyond expectations o Tho Lincoln County Sunday School As lixteotorof the Estate of II. A. Moron, Shanks, of Linoster, jumped upon the in his new position d, I will on stone wall around the Court house a email Convention, under the auspices of the Ken-tudi- v LOCAL MATTERS. Sunday School Union, will be held pistol in his pooket was discharged. At the Tuesday, October ff l!i, 1SSO, M. Line was en at Rush Branch church, Saturday, Septemline of cigar at Waters & some instant Mr. Jacob tering the office of Dr. Bronaugh and he ber IS, beginning at 9.30 A. M. The pro- At hli lata residence mile from Sllrer Wearen'n. about rccived tho bullet In hla right arm, which gramme include an address of welcome by Crrek depot on Koatucky Central, railroad, public 7 miles south of r.lchiaonJ, Ky otftr at Boiin, to the wife of Win Fields, on tho entered at the wri't and striking the bone Mr. E. B Beaz'cy and diecui)ns of va- aalo 10th, a boy. glanced nround, lodging under tho ekln, rious npproprinto topics by Messrs. Livings Cild-wo- ll, Short-Hor- n NuciCliVE force pumps the but in tho from which it was cut by Dr. Carpenter. ton, Bruce, Moflott, Goodloe, Green, Ballou, Traylor, Porter, Gibson, Sheilf! Msnclce went to the negro and up moiket-- at Metcilf A F.w'jr's. and Contlitlng of choice reprcsentatltoa ol the Rosa ot on rcuchlng him found the pistol in his McKee, Wisbard, Pollitt, Huber bharon, Young Mary, l'lilllli, Mazurka and otber purest and strongest country vino- - pocket, whereupon he lodged him in jail. Montgomery. Miss Mollio Peyton will families. Among them aro ltOTal Lustre; tho dam Tiie ot this heifer waa Imported and Is ol excellent old gar enn be had at T. 11. Walton's. Scotch blood, embracing many prize winners In Tho shot caused quite n commotion and read an essay on Infant class work. Imthat The Lexington Roller Mills Crtam Fl ur, II During Rv. J. R, Djering's pastorate portedcountry. Alsollnd Uoanof Bcarlita, au cor, and her tbroo hclfercalvca. An extra, bearing General Manager liar-raha- for a few moments many people forgot "Will M. Waters, Salesman. All are selected and bred with great caro and here the very handsome and fine new whether they were wet or dry. and party, pasted tip yesterday. allot the aged cattlo arc recorded In the herd church edifice was erected at a cost of over books and the entire herd la eligible lo record. Cuttiho SciiArE Tho only election $10,000 and the church in every way built Lexinoton, Lancaster and Lebanon Flour Catalogues can be bad upon application. row that occurred Siturday was at the very best at Waters & Wearen's. up and strengthened. The exhibit for the I.I which resulted in Will Murphy Also 18 bead of young, well brnl Six building lots for sale between Stan- seriously cutting Gcorgo Carter in the side. year juit passed was in every way satisfactory: Gained in mombers, 41; raised $3, -ford and Rowland. H.J. Darst. came in yesterday and delivered Murphy 023 45 for all purposes and the presiding A little son arrived at Mlko Elkln'n himself to the officers and from him we eldergot $30 more than last year; the just in time as he said "to vote for prohibi- learned that Cirter charged that all church church debt waa reduced $743 and only a Four Flllleaby Ilylas, two of them out of a mare by Curtis' llambletontan. Alsu members would take a drink anywhere small balance due. Last Sunday ho was tion." DKALKua IM 14 Imp. and Registered Shropshire-dowFor Sale 110 birrels of corn in field they could get it, even in church. Murphy presented with n handsome gold watch Sheep, Drugs, Books, Stationery and at my place, two miles from Stanford. Q told him ho certainly didn't believe that, worth over $100, a gtft from tho ladles of him-.e- lf when Cirter rrsponded that Murphy Fancy Articles. A. 8wiuebroad the congregation, as a testimonial of their would do it. Murphy called him n appreciation of him ai a pastor and as a For Sale An cxcsllent parlor Organ, liar, finally, when Carter rushed at him and Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded, Alto man. Mrs. Deering wns not forgotten by Ea'.ey make. Tone sweet and in perfect began belaboring bia with nu umbrella. her sisters, for she received some silver Ono Yoko of Work Oson, at thie office. order. Cbeap Icqulre lie tlrow his knife as soon ns possible and ware, beautiful and useful.-- Mt. Sterling We will have in a fow daya the nicesot used it as above stated. Wo learn that tho Sentinel. Eight Extrii Good Work Mules, The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, and cheapest lino of chamber sets ever blade penetrated the hollow and that the LAND. STOCK AND CROP Jewelry and Silverware brotiRhtto this umket. Metcalf & Fob chance. are ngaimt Carter's recovery. Mur20 Extra Good N, Y. Fat Cattle, In $500 to ter. phy wni permitted to give bond A splendid lot of milk cows to sell by Ier bought to thtt market Prices Lower than Jas, . Lynn. 74 . Ono Hundred Acres of Corn, 50 Tons the lowest. on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Wearen A Mfnkfee aro cleaning some await tho result of the wounds. short notlco and Warranted. Rodney Patterson, n noted turfman of of liny, pure Fullz wheat; it will pay you to sell The Election Contnry to expecta your filthy wheat and buy your eeed from Udm and very Ratifying lo us, tho elec- Fayette, died Saturday. " James B Gentry left Siturday for FarmltiK Implements, them'. tion on tho question of prohibiting the sale . Texas to buy a enrdoad of Texas ponies. lCocknwny mid Itosul The negro Jim Hhanka, whose pistol of liquor in thin county, was oue of the Fon Sale. A good buggy and saddle day, moit orderly that we havo had here for went oft And ohol a inon on election horse, 4 yoard old, bay, well bred and genwas tiled yesterday and fined S50, besides yoatB. There was hut litilo drunkenness Tctmt liberal and made known on day ot tale. and no fights. All tho bar rooms closed up tle. Enqui'-- at this office. giyen 10 days in jail, commence at 0 o'clock a. it. Up to Friday, 93,005 hogshead of to Balo to noon and remained closed till the about AIIIIVCKLK, JI. TiiEMllleraburg Female College, Dr. C. closo of tbo polls. The two voting places bacco had been sold in Louisville during Executor ol II, A, Moran. Pope, principal, opened with over a hun in this precinct gayo a combined majority the year, This is 2.000 le;a than last year. At the tame time and place, I will, at guardian Fon hale Fifteen nice, 2 year-oldied pupils, 42 of whom aro boardors. Tho of 51 against prohibition, in a total voto of ot the infant children of ll. A. Moran, dee'd, and la said, run up to 00 also 150 bushels of Northern whito as agent of Mrs. J, I). Moran, latter number will, it 819, which in 1225 leai th.ui was cast horo atcerr; Thursday in the August election. At all the pre rye, Apply at once to R II. Bronaugh, PIXBXICLY Tom Manuel waa drunk hero 7th-Crab Orchard. night and noting in a very disorderly mau cincls the vote were much smaller than a l'ora term of two yean, tliat the celebrated A dispatch says ago. Tho precincts that gave prohlbi ner. Marshal Newland tock him In and month tion majorities aro Crab Orchard 07; Wal- racing mare "Daw Drop," owned by Messrs. finding a concealed pistol on his parson Acres Land nut Flat 13; Waynceburu 00; Hustonvillo Dwyer Bros, and valued at $20,000, drop- Fifteen ho lodRed him in jtli with that oflense op. 28; total 201, ped dead at Shecpehead Bay. 24; Tnrnersville posite his name. Next day Judgo Var-no- n 0; Hichland The harvost in Russia, which was ex- Owned and occupied by decedent at tho time of against prohibition Stanford 51; Kings death, provided tatue la not rented private aftor hearing the proof gave him 10 and pected to b iinnsusllv nond, has been u- - hit ' rfiiat Mm. the Mountain 31; total 85. A mRJorltv in fivor It' 1 days and fined him $25, and ho i now a ji.F.Aitnccnr.E. iuhj tin oy Uiut.ii uiid ol Inietnaut of prohibition of 200. .boarder at Jailer Owene'. A iMoAliatcr. Uuvyour Sjhoo. ikuks from I'iuny IO-gan- and continues four days. The premiums are liberal, especially those lo speed horses, and with tbo other many at tractions will no doubt draw a large crowd. J. L.Cogar has bought this week 200 barrels of old corn of Gus Payne at $2 on the premises; 150 barrels of Mrs. W. A Moore at $2 16; 3,000 bushels of barley of John W. Payne at 60 rent! delivered. LMidway Clipper. W.B. Kidd bought Saturday of Ben E. Wills 18 cattle weighing 1,350 pounds at Is. P. B, Dudley sold 25 shares of stock in the Citizens National Bink at $125 per share. Nearly all the tobacco in Clark will have been housed by the last of the week The crop is verv heavy, and many are claiming 2 000 pounds to tho acre. Democrat The wheat crop of California this year is estlmatrd at 20,000,000 bushels more than that of 18S5, end the crop of the entire country Is figured at not less than bushels. Both cotton and to bacco promise a phenominally large yield this y tar, and the corn crop, while cut short by drouth in many localities, is like ly to produce far more than the customary average. Doalor In- - GROCERIES. HARDWARE, 2m TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUJEKKTSWARK, tJi t. neign-borhoo- i. FOB KENT. Ooiifection5 Tobaccos, I COE. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. 186-2- 1-- GOOD GrOODS ! .u.c. nt.iitt;,v. 153-t- d two-hon- PUBLIC SALE WATI re-ep- -- dc-c- Asr-LXMHi-) one-hi- lf 60 head Cattle n Kit oy, repreentatlTe, la unlTersally WATERS & WEAKEN. ropular e, Trotting Stock! fnifi IPAlfetef PHARMACISTS, ,. o-lir-V A Lot of Fine Southdown Ewes. iiin"T" JEWELERS. Wi . a"""" 'I an naw Car. Wall Paper, e r. Furniture, -- d MsafiaMyKiJji 4t RENT Cases, Gaskets, Robes, WEAR223?, Hundred Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. 155-4- Stanford. y 2 . Swti-SBletHnSnler- ior onrnal ZULEIKHA. Not to tho angola in tho imiro sky o'erhead, Not to tho rosea which pcrfumo tho garden bed, Not even to tl.o rays of golden sunlight fair, Can I 7.uleikln, my beloved maid, compare? For angels feel no lovo within their placi.l hearts, Whilo oft a tbreat'nlug thorn from blushing rosebud starts; And o'en tho sun each night conceals his radiance clear; Pair as Zulalkha nono unto my sight appear? never met With aught which bcareth semblauco to J5ul- hsUjayetl Athornlesa roso Is she, so tender and so fair, To naught but htr sweet self can I my lovo compare! Baronoss Swift lly yearning gazo throughout this wido world From Mirza BchalTy. FAIRIES. QUEER FACTS ADOUT Tho XnniM by AVIilcli Tlicy lTavo Iloon Known In Various Countries. 'Ihavo becntotomo pains to gather from various sources tho names by which tho fairies havo been known in various countries and at various times. Tho extent of tho lUt maS surprise you. I will repeat it to you: fays, Fairies, elves, urchins, implies, dwarfs, trolls, norns, ukse?, kobolils, duende, brownies, nooks, stromkarls, fates, llttlo wights, undines, nixies, salamanders, goblins, hobelle-folk- s, tho wider domain of romantic literature tho term is applicable to n largo class of my theological spirits known by tho various names I have mentioned. Dwarfs and olves woro little pcoplo who flguro much in Scandinavian literature, tho former bains oftn violent and malignant and tho latter sportive, mischievous, but useful and Ulblc only to children born on Sundays. Tho kobolds were tho domestic fairies of Germany, similar to tho kelpels of Scotland and the uisses of Norway. They wcro all 'killed in music and dancing, and wcro fond of frolicking by moonlight Necks and ?tromkarls inhabited the rivers and lakos of northern Europe, and were fimllar to tho mermen and mermaids of a less remote superstition. Tho nixies nre also of this class and ttgur hnrtly in German folk lore, IVevious to tho of n person by drowning they can be soon t (he legends say dancing on the fdco of the water. The femalo bears tho semblance of a beautiful maiden, nud sho convoys mortals to a bonutlful subaqueous abode, where they meet tho male, who has croon touth and always wears a green hat Fates are Italian fairies. Tho duende, or traigo, is the most frequently mentioned Spanish fairy. The "whito ladies" wcro NorIn tli-.'- goblins, jwukes, lwinshees, kelpies, pixies, moss people, good people, good neighbors, men of jienee, wild women, whito ladies, poris, iljinus, genii and gnomes. You notice, of course, that I use tho word fairy in its broadest sense, placing In this category nil presumably dispotnes&cd spirits which onco inhabited human bodies, but nro not yet considered meet to dwell with tho "saints in light" In nurses' tales tho fairy is almost invariably a ixTsoniflcatlon of providence, but man fnirios. Here is an ancient description of tho dress of tho fairies : "Thoy wear n red conical cap ; a mantle of green cloth inlaid with wild ilow-ergreen pantaloons, buttoned wifh bobs of 'Ilk, and silver shoon. Thoy cany quivers of at row slough, and bows made of tho ribs of a man buried where 'threo lairds' lands meet;' their arrows arc made of bog reed, tipjKxl with white flints and dippod in the dew of hemlock; theyrido on tteeds whoso hoofs would twtdaihthodew from tho cup of a. hurebell." -P- hiladelphia News. s; Tho I)re Suit Holds It's Own. There mutt, I think, bo somo good reason why tho dress suit thus easily holds its own ngainrt theso various assaults by word and deed. Tho reason I take to bo that it postages certain qualities which meet tho of society, and which thercforo commend it to society and tnako it, upon tho whole, u very satisfactory costume. It is, In the first place, distinctively unliko morning dress. If a man wears, as many men do, a light suit during business hours ha finds tho plain black of his evening suit a sufficiently marked change of color; if ho prefers, as nwny do, especially lawyers and doctors, to drosa habitually in black', ho finds tho uhapo of ills ovealng cost and tho low waistcoat displaying the broad expanse of shirt front a guillelonUy marked change of form, showing how much ran bo done in tho way of chango without the aid of color. ?ho dross suit to not a uniform In tho technical sense, it is in tho nature of a uniform, in that it is tho same for all and that itfl uo belongs to spocinl occasions of more or loss ceremony. Its quality of invariableneea gives it tho Important udvautago of being inexpensive. Undoubtedly tho cyo tires loss quickly of vilaln black than of gay colors, mid if wo wore jo go back to the btyle of dress of tho last rwitury a man of fashion would want many evening mite, just on a woman of fashion wants many evening gowns, merely for tho sake of variety. Tho result would bo to considerably, and to most men unpleasantly, the cost of living. Being what it U, tho drese suit is n very economical I think there can bo no question that it in also conveulont und comfortable. Now York 1W. coa-tnm- e. brother did bad wo not been uLde: Ut tidt.ineot ortuecimBlcejilns Cars with Unth ltnom ray atandlflg ana "ao i m paliu. Uut ai to Well, it has been generally supposed that Oiorala. I refer tbe poopio to me ioi.owiuB t- -nbout all of tho art mvl Invention of the dortfmer.ti)rornmy church.' world In tho matter of securing comfort for I. U l'AtvTio. Ui., Juna 1, U.-T- t. the rollwny traveler bavo their home In tho certify tnat Uet. Joe A. Muoday has sorted lla United States, and irticularly in Chicago, mas IUptlitCSiurcH at ralmetto, ui., .or and yet up in British America last week I acceptable ptsler, and hellcglt struck the nicest thing I ever saw on wlircK three b!. duty to Ubor la the cpaelty of au etan-ge'lto be It was n sleeping car with n lath room. It is did with bli own aecord nlga to engage a nice tub and there is plenty of room, and In tho ctn?el!itlc work. While we reluctantly all tho hot or cold water n man wnnts, and Munday. wo oomweal him as everything nice, clean and cozy. The charge partith Brotherof Jesus Christ and a Chrlitlan is only fifty cents, nud during tho two days anablomlnl.tcr HunioK, Wait filgaed, that I was on tho car there wasn't n pashen-gc- r gentleman, W. J.Jousso-v- , aboard who didn't liave at least ono bath Unrons. a day. And every man and woman of thorn Tho lollowtag lelfgrem laibeen rcoelted Ince swore that the luxury would havo been cheap my arrltallnotaulord; A. Mun-daand de(rnb!o nt double tho price. I lielievo "Palmutto, (1a., Sept. 1. IM8.-J- 00 Pullman could mako money by putting lath has st rted our church for tbe Jail tbreo years. ns soon as he gets K' ilgoi-- of hli own accord. Don't think hlra aay tulH in nil his cars, niul to believing this way he'll put them in. It a 'aud. If calculalidlodo great good. isn't tho comfort for traveler that ho cares Waltks IIuiwok." about, but tho proSts, you know, as bo's runto the other aceu tlon, I tefr tho people to ning his cars for nil there is in thorn. A good tbe fol'owlng teleg.aaa "nm my bath tub would beat somo of his glmeracks Mr. J. A. Carpenter! comfort is conall to pietvs, so far as A. Carpenter. ''ATiiKisa, Ox., Kef t. 8. 1SK.- -J. The Canada Paddy company has cerned. Stanford, Ky.: Mr.. Joo A. Munday dledScpUm-Ur3ltb.la- t. quite a number of sleeping curs fitted up with 6Ue wai my daugter. Chirago representative Ohiomi, inrticulaiiy Jeuswlllbotccre. lor with regnnl to the removal of tho reOn tbo 3d day cf la.t May I left Atlanta Salmon P. Chase, trom mains of her father, Tenu., where I began two deja latrr jny their present restiug placo here to Cincinnati flnt engagement as an etaogtll.t, aller rclgMoi and the erection of n monument to him there. iny pntorate. IVow LeUnon I went to UIhhi-b'among Washington Cor. Now York Graphic. Teon., where I Uairatcd a werk by the ihofu'leewbtcbh still being crr! 1 aulUXjred good ladies orthat city. For three w.efct A Story iiT Fanny ICcmble. In theconTftilonof A good story uncut Fanny Kemblo floats In Kwhtllle, which tho memory of nn many fallen women and arouicd lh christlaoiof across tho horizon from 'Woan'. MtoUu cldorly lady who luiew her well. It was in N,htlle to rnU'So th From tho tinw when Boston was tho greut netrem' Hou)e"at.hecoUoftbouiind.of dollar where I nominal home, and lier summers were cpent Nathtllle I wtnt t Tullaboeai. Tenn., week, umlrr an here and there In rural Maiwcliutts. Sho pr..che'Jtothoiwndjfor rmjagemMt wrt In had engaged n worthy neighbor to bo her immeme flit. My charioteer during tha season of ono of her Sistestlllc. It. a, uy birth pl.e.. where I r"j country sojournlngs, and they wem sotting preached to thsutand. uodera let which d tbe cbtirehM were ti.J aoiall forth on their first excursion. With b:ne coted hxituv-'tho was beginning to tobodlhepra Ol tT wrk in Stalest ! IK on the country, the erow, and tho you know, Lr. A; J. WHIwwjB tMl the J pl history of tho people round nbout, when Iroiu the pulpit In Stanford, ll a'tJ tcrd M w bJ l' I t ' V Idea, he Fanny remarked, In her imperious, dogmatic shawhatlwa fashion: "Sir. I havo engaged yon to drive without being aikeJ, furn'ahel me with a wHt-- ! for me, not to talk to me!" itateaent ol what he told the people 'tM Tho farmer ceased, jwnwl up hi lips, and tho pulpit. Frew Nor.h C.rJ ln I emi low over nfter kept his pence. When tho vaca- Keettekyaod tlritrj Suaferd to de'iter one go os tion weeks wcro over and the doinewn nlwut k..uw,preQtmy workti tho to return to town she wnt for her Jehu nud notherp.lnts. llut on wy bore I foued Ills bill. Running her eye down IU awkward an opportunity ' j latsr lor ry Mastir In the columns she paued. "What is this item, cause of 1'iohlbltlon, and without being employed sirf said aim; "I cannot understand it" And br antone. bat'or tbeliOBor ww giorj ui v with equal gravity he rejoined: "Suss $5. and thegoodol men, I went to work. Curiog I don't often take it; but when I do, I tbcicamintanyb.'dthlnj hate n Mid charge!" The bill was paid, and th tragecalled nbout mo Hiotbr W. H. Miller In bit card dienne and the bncoli' philoeojher were fast .. ....i, ' ThU I know the 801 friends ever after. The Boacon. not men and would ul bate .aid so Cineln-nntlans, a, Rev. Joe A.Munday. the Editor of the Interior Jouratl. To MRS. KATE CHASE'S RETURN. teu-t- y While we contemplate with ndortlon the dltlnelx Clmno at riio Dnuslitui- r nd perfection ol etcrnl brrln'" tlio Cnpltnl An Interview. portrsjod, there 1 much la thlillfe lor which we 'I shall tifterwnrds return to France," said should bo extec "ngly thankfal. Orslltude ehould Mrs. Chase, in rcsponso to an Inquiry as to eharacterlM our Terybelrgi.be the predomlns. "I brought my old- tlngrilnclpleof our Htm, lor temporal blmlnga her future movements. est daughter with me, and sho is with my r, well a spiritual attalnmenti. When tho dltlno tUtcr In Now York. I did not stop to seo her, band touched the eecret iprlcge ot action and but camo immediately hero. I went to Udo the world reroHo In panoramic Tlewa, ample Franco on account of the ill health of my nroTlilon wai made for cur comtort and hanplnwi dear llttlo (laughter Kittle, for whom tho i. we trod the rugged rathe of onr earthly physicians proscribed a morocquablo climate; WehaTebeen made the reclplenta of and tho benefit It has wrought for her is truly many'bK .lnE.,among which I. the pen. It 1. I would not tako boys abroad to IrdctdagrrMblr marvelous. Thrcujh tho medium of educate them savo for n Germnn training, yet .peaking little In.tru. hl..llcnt,T0ll. friend, and loted but Franco Is superlatively tho placo to havo wo can communlctlo wilh a girl trained In all tho accomplishments in a ones far f.om ui. A. 1 can not communicate , practical way. My llttlo grls arc at Fontnln-bleu- bally with the rtaden of your paper. I now luilT a illage, not learning nbout dress and ,e.llz3 tho capacity of the pen, and will therefore brought tho frivolity of fashion, but living infect It. ficllltjUo Tenlllalo McnuiloM homo life, with thoso great forests at tho very utilise mo dur'ng the rccnt piohlblticn camdoor from which to draw froh inspirations of agalmtIn which I was enjagcl. ,. . nnturo, and in which to walk, and run, und paign B y that hate been Imprc-tFor to And then I havo advantages in myduttolnlorInthecapaoUr ol en etangcl-li- t, drive. Fmnco that ono has not hero excepting with In our ell re ch to fallen men and women great wealth at command." bear tho gospel and are. o iltuat of her bfo nt Washington, Mrs. les, who notr Speaking Eat W Y'- OlXV 1'3 t e da not tl.lt trein. Dating theic flte KSJi! Chase said: "I was so young and had never that rule, ailUcleAl mo. to much so that I had tho guidance of an experienced woman year. God greatly tho rod of cUajlLemenl bad 1 relative. I had nono of tho advantages most became wtl.fif that of a f iMr o do my duty. woman have, surrounded by mother and sis- brea applied be. Imprtsslen ned with the burden of ters. I was taken from school at 14 years Wltb this rtarlrt a martl of purity, Th!: ow(lcr weighing so ben! up naiy heart, I trough anil wholmoinenor.. Mora eronocilr.i and placed nt tho huud of my father's estabto;ati!. (leorgla, where I than the oidlnary kind, and csn not be rolo lishment But tho great men I met thereond rrilgccd'a pleasant test .short tho uiu at the expiration of otery compctlton wltb phoarriut illudoof iow Holdonly In pow.lrrs. tho companionship of my father were n rmlTfJ my.a'r-charity weight a'utu or IWValIUuino 1'owiJKa C. CAnr. Why, when I was month, and .ul.Jcctcd myiclf to the cold liberal education tome. to 1 ICO IV all Street, New York '.d crltlolaxa of the world to do what bellete hero I nover liad an hour to spend for my To aster, my conneco." my Mette:. own entertainment; I novor planned n day's bo tbe will and sisters by fun for myself in my life I think if I were tion as pailor with dear brethren , was a nro ni apprtcUV-slhero now I should enjoy llfo more. Women whom Iwaalortd dudo not appreciate their own 'power In tho trial. Hut to comply with theitiulsltlonsowhlfh shall never forgot Mr. Sumner's ty I dlu to. I'bide farewell to the l.nd In world. I remark ono night after dinner when 1 liad I hateb- - a known and Motel for the past tn darling boon wntiug my refusal of n request madoby this I pi- - :to my heart my two goc-- J d ili.ir .weet llttlo lip.. tM some women that I sit upon a pint format a little girl., women's suffrage meeting. You were right bye and went away to go out Mi the l,nJ Should bo kept constantly nt hand, for not to join tho complolners,' said Mr. Sumner to work icr Christ Tao parl!-- S uso In emergencies of tho household. in his great deep voice. 'When they ap- my rtor Heart has ilncabtcn onen ernihtd by JIauy n mother, startled in the night by proach mo on that subject I tell them they words and rets on the put cf pcr.on. annus havo my sympathy, and that when women whom 1 hate Veen thrown M a .trasgor. "i ci, It tho omluous souudj of Croup, find tho want to vote they will vote and no power on HMad. UutOod ssld go atd I bate obtted, llttlo sufferer, with red and swollen face, me to stop them.' " earth will sndw'fontlnuetndoso until ho to.halt call gasping for nlr. In such cases Aycr's among die Tho principal object of Mrs. Chaso's return tctno. It may be ray ml.roilune Pectoral !i Invaluable. 3Irs. Kmraa to this count ryte to confer with prominent straiger. without mo.cy and ear thly f'.endi, bu Cherry Gcduey, 159 AVcst 12S it., New York, Tha Best fjhaajieSt fVv j world SBnslciS' Macatlcn. ' xM.Cammerclal Collaga "XAV&FkT" irTO MACKINAC, Summer Tours. Palftca Steamers. Low BatM. reu Trips ue Week B.tw.sa Bt. iKlwmii,"!"-::,"---ftn.l T.l.r4hr u..j tmii. y.ltr Vnmlf elKrssddrV.sW.lLbJT"- - " r...iu. , Fct eirul lalttU .,, mt. '. IB.; DH. W. B. PENNY, Btunionl, - DENTIST, - IContitolcy. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND RarrUTlU. Icsae. CbebOTcaa. AlMea.Huron. Oseeda.asnil Bsoh, Fort St. Clsir. OakUaii House, Huts Ctty-- . Svai7 Week Say Betwesa w pploUl landar Tripa dnruis; July tmd Anfust. OUPI ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Bates and Exeunton Tt.k.ts will b rarnisbed bj youx TtokttAseat, or address C. 0. WHITCOMO, DETROIT AND CLEVEUND Qin'l Psis. A(snt, MICH. il 4 Offlce on Lancaster .troet, reit door to IrtTB' moR Journal office. Offlco hour, from 8 to 13 M.and 1 toSr. M. Ane.thetlcsadmlnl.tored whei Detroit & Cleveland DETROIT, Steam Nav. Ca . nfceuary. 15i-ly- r. V i-- ) AbsoSuteiy nt Pun W. II. MIM.KU. OKOtkCAUPENrKll. Millor & Carpontor, HEAL ESTATE AGENTS HTAM'OtD, LINCOLN CO., KY. NationOffice, South Side Main Hirr-cl-, ortr al Hank. Hliw-Ou- n rarins, Ipebillna tome of tho flaest Stock Farm. In Central Konluedy, Town tat and llesldancp.. Timber and Mlnrral Land, for sale on coramlnlou. For further particular, send for printed dtMtlp. lion of thl. Ktllon and of propeiUe ftir tain. 1S0.2IU y rMJrtll sod JlrlB, lint LOUISVILLE, KY Ayer's Tlo AjkHo yili," fihlri. Hoods. .Men's I'lirnUliliii; CherryPectoral -- f MILLBBBBURQ MYERS HOTEL, sue un-ki- Female College! Thl. papular icbool, after a tear of tinpiralled Ii!. EL. REV. O. POPE, Prosidont, Thlu Old and Woll - Known AND ct.i under 13DRJNS1UE, lxopr writes: "Whilo In tho country, last winter, my little boy, three yenrs old, wai taken ill with Croup; It itemed at if ho would die from btranculation. Ayer Cherry Pectoral was tried In small and frcquont doses, and, lu Ion than half an hour, the llttlo patient was breathing easily. Tltc doctor ald that the Pectoral caved my darlliiR's life." Jlrs. Clws. II. London, Guilford, Conu., writes : "Ayer't Cherrj Pectoral LIES. 8. C. TRUEHEAHT, I.aut I'aiKCirAL, Ins Hotol Still Maintaino lta High lioputation, AND Acaln offers Itself for public patronage. Wltb creased ticllltlcs, an cnlarvtd Faculty sad an couneofsiudy, It allanls tinususl opporlu-nlttrlor Ihe education of your lUugtittrs, 1U;V. 0. I'UI'C, rvnd ler UUIogu to isa-3iu &!:oP,r,iot0.' Iu.t 3hali be Mlllenburi. ky. Hotel in the l Big Offer! Temy pwsjo rrralltlet us We will Md lb Scmi-Wceld- atate in it. Pare, Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of thoir Oneitr. "4 eicrrulnetl that accoad to no Oonntrr ia tt " rJf.!? "L" U ftlirayt .sp,, .r I Comtisritsllistflert. rani, VJ to Saved tV.y Life, y The liar ttlll PplfeJ nltb t.i ehr.leotl of and CAtfi d Troa th. "nioJMIcns l Iarf kind-hearte- y te lue ip!e:d f:ltl -- and nlo the life of my little sou. As ho Is troubled wilh Croup, I dre not be without this remedy lu the hous." Mrs. J. Ctregg, Lowell, Ma., writes: "3Iy children hve repeatedly taken Ayr's Cherry Pectoral for Cought ami Croup. It gives immetlinte- relief, followed by cure." 31m. ilarj- K. Km, Scrantou, Pa., writes : '"I have two little boj, both of whom have been, from Infancy, inbjeet to aloleut attacks of Croup. Abou. six mouths ago we began uliif Aj etn Cherry Pectoral, and It net like a charm. In a few minutes after the chikl take It, ho breathes eatUy and rets well, livery mother ought to know what a bitting I have found In Ayr's Cherry Pectoral." Jlrs.AVm.C. Ibid, Freehold, N. J., writes: "In our family, Aycr's medicine havo been bleuim? for many year. In cnmi of Coldi and Coughs, wc lake Interior Journal OF Ab1 tbe New York IVorld one year asd a HISTORY THE QHI7B0 5TAT23. "illtic.QrnHH Uiifo.v Bhortwt and Quick: Boat from IV, Oo Kxprc.l psld. Iiound In iMtberelt tr eall, gilt, ol.t pjuMjnd eonlUliK tt lae eiratlaiM. It Is tbe m. st caiuprvrialt4 wark f t klotl history In thrnidlnry It Is a rondmsol newtiiper HI tor 199 jrars Witrrserte the rlyh. lo withdraw tbta off.r without notice, io remit at now. W V. WALTON, Ky. tral KoDtucky to all PoiaU Nortb. Lait, V est nud SoutbwMt. r.t Ke; S.KXINTO. LU)Mrn A Ol.NCIsNWATJ. KefrnluU In !.! iter a m 1C. lUt, L. & N. Louisville & Nashville R, R. th IO Hourn-BeuNr- .. no. ilia. (snn.j Dally ,i 8 10 I ir0;u i.x. Bun. uaatiT - raiuiOHIR 40 " CDlllll, 10 It aw mo ... ill Man Atr. rtrl., " lxlmlno,.,, lit 10 pes Lta. rrts-.."- .. .ill to m Arr. WletebefUr.. . It HI pn Itlcbraetkl.... . L CitlnfMn.., I IU id II IU; II .O.I 19 p u it 10 11 .aphi IT i M pro 5 M put IS p m 6 IS 10 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, TIIKOUail TUUXK LINi and the Inconvenience U soon yca".n " forgotten." THU- - 30 :.... i o pw1 " Ijiix siirr ...... .j 6 C7 p ml..... " Mamrd bu p m l.te lUehwoud. . Atr. lWea 8 Mpwl ..,.. M a pwi u mi pin U CI - p ru 7no P ui i pB- IMpn NO. 3 CM) ritKPAiir.1) iiv it ttr. J. C. Aycr & Bold Co., Lowell, Has SOUTH & WEST 1TITII JUtlnjiteii. Nomt-liooM- He. 11 , t.'o I by all Druggists. Lte. Pullman Palace Sleepers, l.tlUiNYlllU Arr. lllobibond .... I.to7 I tria 11mJ unucilM ; 10 11 V ) (o .":ts!Mlr, Atr. lUehtueod Lvo. 11 I 7ami...J II aMlw.... 8 i au 67, C- Mam pm y jut .ltlanla, w MsJIIiplllrJ, Ifloistaoiucrj, etti Mobile and Hook. New OrleiuiN. liilllc Arr . "t.to, lzlBfjton I. re I'srl. -- I'lfhwonl Arr. Ulnchntcr. . ...i 2 lo ' v M... 10 p mi 6 pm 7 mi tal wi 7 S in .i iather-ln-l-wt- o SUGAR COATED ii Palraoulh I Arr, Cotljijton.. ... Cyilblana.... ..j SM pin 47 41 p m, MTM iain hi : .1 C 3 M p m 8 00 p in II 80 praliooin 8 M m rat 4 17 8 18 40 pin 48 4vpn pm pru iu OdI oof ral CATHARTIC it io polult In tfOttTII-llOON- ilAYJVII.I.i: IIUAIVOff. K Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS gfcklBg K. Lte Orlcxtnn " lXlBlIOIi .... I it, ; fo j. Ouw.lgi. but. 2 Ou bath. Herald. AI. llkUIBKi Ioc Ileal Child of a I'roialo Mother. The human race seems to have n weakness for weather prophecy. The various signs In whien mortals put their faith nre almost as numberless us tho mortal tbomstivcx. On n calm, bright day last week--, with only n fow (laky cioutU to lo seen In tho distance, n Chicago ami Northwestern train was scudding nlong toward lake Geneva. In ono of the uiies wu a matron who was worried about n roxl many things, mid among them tho went her. "I do liclievo It's ROing to rain," sho said, petulantly and unpoctlcally; "I feel It in my 1)01108." UVirrli ia nn urtlat, and ho will tell you casually that ho has just been to see tho old masters in tho Louvre to pick up n fow suggestions in color. But lift is n!n n mnniifnMnroi- - lmi'lnr . UialvO Yllflt llU rlicirmiprs wviiitrA ntwl fmv.l often to sacriilco his taste to theirs, and ho win conrcssto you tuat some of tho very ugliest gowns ho over av camo out of his establishment. There is very little nlTecta-t- n about tho great sartorial nrtlst, and, f uch 03 ho is, his customers llko him, and they return to him again and again. Brauder Hatthows In Courier-Journatiff ll'aVPM. M. l. Unfailing Gooil Tompnr. Worth I know a lady who has dealt with II. Worth for now thirty years, and who was his very earliest American customer, L.nd she Iwyil'i vdtnrti in lil nnfnlllnrr rmnrt loruper, depite tho measureless trials Of deal- tag with a myriad of women and of discuss- Ing with them tho object which has leen dearost to woman's heart ever sinco tho fahlonablo garment for summer wear was a 3T. j 'Oh, no, mamma," replied n .Vj ear-ol- d mile, whose nose was flattened against thu window, and w!ioe pretty eyes were gazing eagerly ut the Hitting landtcapo and horizon; 'Ob, no, mamma, it won't rain. Tho clouds mo out in their uico bluo and whito dresde. When hey havo their ugly black diwsea on, thon it rains." Chicago Herald. 1 IWlonalM) Of ' amined, only a very few had any foreign organism on tho right valve, whilo tho rest had sponges, hydroids, etc., on tho left valvo. Forty-thre- e of thoso lioro on their left valvo the body to which tho Brawn fixed itself. Tho bottom of nn oytter bed formed by old cyster shells is not smooth, tho young ones bolng fixed obliquely. Tho right valvo may sometimes bo protected so that embryos of ether organisms, o. g eponges, cirripedw, etc., may attach themselves and grow. Iioston Cultivator. Do man whut libs way off frum obery-bod- y else nln' np' tor hab do bes' quality o' fiouse. Do stnllt o' co'u dat grows 'way off by itso'f nobr has cr fust rata year on It btuitlcH an (he Oyitcr. studies on tho oyster, by I'rofessor Aloebius, show that out of 110 sheila ex- Ito The Xcw Postal Caril. Tho now design will nt onco bo accepted 03 nn Improvement upon that now in use. It consists of on? pieco of engraving instead of two pieces, as on the present card. Ahead of Jefferson, a miniature lwrtrnit after tho original In tho state depai tmeut, occupies a central placo on the upper thfiil of tho card. Over this head, In light letters, nro tho words "United States." In panels, supported by scroll work at tho left and right, nro tho words "postal card" in distinct letters. Under tho head nro tho words "ono cent," and beneath tho bonier Una inclosing tho designation of value is tho line: "Nothing but tho address to bo on this sido." Tho design is graceful and fight, and Its advantago over tho old ono is that tho Idea of putting tho stamp off nt ono sldo nud the designation of tho nrtlclo at tho opposite sido is abandoned to secure an cxclusivo design with tho strongest featuro of it in the center. Washington Cor. Now Ycrk Times. Threo Cnttly l'lecu of Hevros. Peochblow pales befora Lord Dudley's throo pieces of Sevros of tho Ro38 du Barry color, which cost him $50,000, and are chortly to be sold at auction. Tho largost of the threo piece is niuo Inches In height-In- ter Ocean. In addition to this, Gol has lent ti Stanford another wltni", Mr. Jehu Hair, nephew of Mr. 8t- Heorr Baughmni, arrlf I la Btaulord uiday. Mr. Uair lltn lu Lexington, ua , 10 Athens, the city In which I married. milt, Husti'ed toacruwd yerterdsy In regird to my standing in Utorgla, that en a short notice a homo could not be obtained ) rg enough to bold tbe jtoplo who would come to hear mo preach. Mr llalriiatMr. Bauf htaan'a on atl.lt. Ilany nro doubtful, let them see h'm. Iueddltloato Ibo aboTe, aay oui who way Jts'recau write or telegraph to tho plac. to which I hato referred as bating labored. Also to John H. Jeuus bank.r, Atlanta, Oa.j MelbldeA Co., Atlanta, ?a ; Ilet. J, R Hawthorae, pe Flnt Baptlit church, Atlanta, Oa J Her. C. If. Slrlckl.nd.h'ashttlle, Tonn.; Ilet. J. C. Cordau, Slatwtille, II. Ci This I think Is euiHcleut, I will thereioro close by stating thai I bate no In my heart toward any one, but lote to all. Joe A. Muhday. Vour. truly, Stanlcrd, KT.,Bpt. 13, 1838. The following resolutions wcro adopted by tbo aianfurd lliplbt Church: WilEnEAS, Uet. Joo A. Munday, of (Jcorg'a, who ha. been laboring among u, bas proton him. selfto bo nn ablo minister and cbrlitlan gentleman; and whereas a report ha. been circulated In this community that the dcors of our church hato been cloicd against him, bo It therefore Ruoh'til, lhatwo tender to Bro. Munday our beartfolttympatby and offer our prayer, for hi. silicon. Sd. That wo commend blm to the eJfcclIonate care ,f the brethren whereter he may go In our it ill-3l- ll &&b . tttt Hue of this rwl will peftal ml.. Akmm ut tills L'owpsny tor ibim, reiitf Ac, or write C. 1. ATMOHU, II P. 4 f. A t bout, on reli h ArrMIIWr.Uiii;.. All! .....m..,,., l78dn4Upu,u 8 18 a uii s ao p p 8 " Iiulll, j " .Inhnnin " Mayftllle.... MiUTii-miiitr- rll.l.,...... 9 i. llo8 w TfoTJ"i Hx. Sub ia 4J n ml 8 41 pro l a w B las pin 48 a in! 6 80 pin 7 40 pro 81. That the aboto mentioned report n emireiy unfnnnile.1 unit that nt nnr llnio In tbe future when It may be csntenlent lor all concerned, we .hall be pleated to nate mm oluuci a tenet oi meetings for us. Stuo. . . . ... Headache, Nausea, DIzzlnei,aiid Drow.l-neThey allir.ulato tho Stoumih, Llvpr, and Bowel', to health., action, atUt dlgcn-tloand Increase tho nnnetlte. They comblno cnthnrtle, dlurgtle, nnd tonlo properties of tho greatest value, uro n purely vegetable couipouud, and may ho taken with pcrfert fafety, either by chlb drou or mlults. K. L. Thomas, Training-haJIass., writes: "For n number of years I was Fubjcct to !olent arising from ndUordered condition of tha stomach nud bowels. About n year ago I commenced the tiso of Ajcr's Tills, and luwo not had a headacho since." IV. P. Hannah, Gormlcy 1 0., Yorl: Co., Out., writes: " I havo used Aycr's Tills for tho Inst thirty years, and can safely say thttt I havo nover found Ihcir equal as n cathartic medicine. I urn never without them In my house." C. I). Moore, Elgin, 111., writes: "Indigestion, Headache, nnd Loss of Appetite, had to aveakened nnd debilitated my system, that I was obliged to give up work. After being under tho doctor's caro for two weeks, without getting any relief, I began taking Aycr's Tills. My nppctlto and strength returned, and I was soon enabled to resumo my work, In perfect health." n, CURE Dally -- THE SCMI-WERKX- .V "No7i"4 IMIIjr IIx. tiuu l.te MatiTllle. " Johnson " Carlisle ,.., At Prl " IxinKtr.n otk. " MIMersiHirc aruilally rxrcjil tJunday. Mrectroiiri rllonsare msdeat WltichMter with ChM?r,eake A Ohio lor .Ml. Merlin. Ashland. Huntington, Cbarle.lon, W. Va and KaMern clt- - IWw lrln3nd 4 are dully hetmwi train, IxlnKton and Clnclnoatlj other I 81 37 7 28 a 7 41 a 8 lo h 9 Ms ft in I 1 Jo p m ml 7 is p m rn 2 80 p in m 3 is ,, , tal c io 1m n 00 p ru n,12 88pia Interior Journal lU'A.Mr'OUD, CY yiu"? 2S wblnSla!K0B,,, Drin?:.,iiwinwi,iA Vot full H. Fa.t I.lne.- - Uo. 3 and 4 w v"-"- run tla e '" iXiw w",chw,e' W. P. VALTON. Pro'r. I. published ert-r- lartliulsrs, call on any egent of tbo I,. A.FEKI.KY. , (Un.riun. Trat. Paea. Agent, Cot liiton. K. Lcxiuition Kv ' H. E. HUNT1N(T0N IVcelter. F;Jl MOKSK. Agi-ul- Tuesday nud lrlilay at the lowprlcuof (Jcnenil Uiaccs. Cotlnglon, Ky. THO DOLL.UtS VEK YESAK. "CHICHESTER'S EUGLISH." Tho Orluiiuil and Only (l.miliio. PA PCn. 3TOB A '7VODFI.lE5L 01' ALL CLAS.US N'ME 4'Mlii.tT . 81 I l.rml.Ml fo., '- -' Noutly and Cheaply Exooutod. '?L'Lb'i.',r,i,.l'f,i.',.".e,rcr For ssle hy Dr. t'ciiiijrtital A,k "filches, L. BODilNE, Bl.nfonl. we fMdlstly recoamnnj n"'?,l9 u uf Conotiliui anil (.Ictu ,o1'' aUr. able, and In n lluJion. Trlct 61.00. 4th. Tbatthproc legj bepubllnhct in tne INTURIORJOL'BXAI, Done by order of tbo church In conference, tbli lltb day or September, I860. O.O. WINE, Church Cerk. Ayer's Pilis9 Dr. J. rnr.rAitKi) uy C. Aycr & Co., Lowoll, 2Inss. Sold by all Druggists. 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