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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886091701 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. Stems VOL. XIV. of Wzttto tail-fec-- ifflint Imifn NO. 160. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1886. II 0 were, as it Is boivr.nn upon every OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Hardin county has for a long time been II. K. TAYLOR, breize Ii I ih oeariot of truth, the boast of prohibitionists, who have re Of LOO AN COUN TV. la a Candidate or tha office Lancaster which rolls in i s m jtM'ie course fn dura ferred lo the succitul operation of tint or I'uMIc Instruction, sulijtcl As ex'uuior of Joe Biker, deed , H C. oiBupermionuent eltate Convention. to tha Democratic tlon coeval with our ufolu, and which with prohibitory law thereon nil occasions But Ktufltnati old on Wdne-da- y I'ubl taJial TtirmtaUH uiit Frtttnya ever ircresmntf pomr, mafiiificenco and the following from the la-iibe Joo Bit lsne of the Kem -- AT ker firm, on the Copper Creek pike, con glory, is destined tu roll on iu living which advocated the passag of the law Mint isiuiug OAfclll. 210 acrei. to Robert Conn, at $20 28 S'J Desirable Home Sale. liom ihu mouldering tomb is still Its strong supporter, Is not very enper sere will I ex of atheism irutb, and gather new acceasfona couraging ami wo hope the mm tbatf.-Suoderstcod If wecreJIt nevrr The undersigned -- Mr D. M. Lckey has purchased of T. McKlnneT.Ky., oiris lor salo his horns near necied and detuandid. of iotrllectual beauty. La fliwvrd there is be said of the law in Lincoln: situated oa tbe McKInney and Ilustonvills turnpike. It constats ol a neat and Cuner his More of imceries, Sto , and will coty resilience ot more sstlsfuct'jry tvidence of the exislence For nearly a year after the last ealoi u continue) ioven rooms, modern style, com(he husir- at thfl old stand. paratively new, with an excellent cellar and good of God ihttri hi! (lie reasoning of men. The waj clo'ed our expectations wiro lull , and oil necessary W. P. WALTON. Cmtinued ill hea t'i 9,It Carrey's rern clitein and with best quality of outbuilding-- easy 17acresof the land. Terms celtbruted Air Whinlon on ens occasion, a drunken man was seldom cei xl ana prlco to suit the ilmei. fur Piirin from buinfj. while conversing with lit. Clark about his any of the little towns in the county or at jr. E. TItlVi.ETT. C icu day br mght the usual crowd to dircourse concerning Ihu Biiug and s Oflcnsire Bathing Costumts, the county seat, nnd the good (fleets of tbe town, dr.pn tin) slippery condition of the of CJc.il, pointed lo a nettle and said: law were prevalent throughout Bathrr at 0;em tlrove bq1 the length weathirand the sloppy condition of tho 3FOTC Park are catcinn,.- - hard knocks Iron the "That weed furnishes more satisfactory and breadth of the county, But later thin p'le-t- a. Everything paesed Jtff quietly asd than nil your ubitruto reasoning " stato of afhirs has materially changed and coiripjjiiltn bit r.Miml. Siy a writer no arrests were made. The les that is Two old Mules, broke to work, So wuh lljwirs whieky ha- - been and is being fold to an Tbey fUmWi more in the Albsuy Juvrnul. siid rf the performance the better. 4 Jersey Heifers, 1 thoroughbred Jersey "Tlicro is a nxn; i imcMiiuti if scxe In ire ory evidence than all (he mtsphyicl, alarming extent, as the number vf drunken Kov 8 W. Peeplea was selected by the Bull, weight about 1,000 pounds, registhe walrr ui (J,.-- . i Uruiu ""' la a festuie phytiologiail and phluet-jitiloi- l arfiuments men sem upon the streets dully give ovi Winchester Conference fill pulpit of o( the liCu luc jMing uit-- and the that cau be broiigut to Heir by man. They deuoo. The opinion of the non ptohibi the Lancaster Methndut to thefor the en- tered in A. J, 0. 0. Book. church Two fresh Jersey Milk Cows for sale. women i.u dbn to uiu mm together (land as natural pbiln-jphertionisU that the law would uot he enfnrnd impartiuu jouui suing year, beginning vilh next Sunday J. G. VAIlVBSTEtt, Ky. auii march inio tiie -- nl hatni in lind, arm unto bbtti ibe le.rntd mid illiterate a is being verified. This stato of alhira can 15C-Stanford, Rev. Peeples trill also preaoh at Kirks kuoMlrdge of H.e IS'in,; and txUttncr) of not exist long; either tho men who voted in arm, It la inviule wilii liw villa. lis is a brothtr of Rsv, John R. To rjitnJ l.u h Line in ti for prohibition must rise up and put a vaier hold God. Peoples, who as pistor of lit. In fliwtr. we hnve vitality, Asa stop lo the violation of tbe law, or tbo cct several years ago, made the same church luK luciim nut Let; jvt, aud iu lollm; ok ECOTJGI many friends in the foi an hour or tru afterward. I liltlo child lives, grow and develops into a will be repealed and intoxicants allowed to this community. MT. VERNON, KY. I was not convincrd of ihu lecurum and beautiful woman, eo does tku littlebud live, bo sold under tho restrictions of the State We are handed the following with a Methodist, 1 grow and expand, until it become) a btsu law. Which shnll it be, citizen- - of Hardin strict propriety ol oven li.ioi; n This old end Hotel Is still mainrequest lo publish: On Wednesday, Thurs taining Its fins reputation. Charges reasonable weald lualtatu to say that I think it (ui r. Floral and human life is sap count? It is for you to decide Do you day and Friday, September 22, 23 and 24, Special attention to tbe traveling public. Ibe uiosl Ux and lu r jtf r place ou the and blood. As by air blood la driven thro' prop:se to have the act that you fought so will be held the grandest convention ever II. t Auiealctn ooat. Wuete the parents of the the body, giving activity to the vltulizlng hard to secure nullified by a few men who Mt. Vernon, Ky. held in the Slate Delegates from ecb nnicn young people aic, or what tin; are think machinery, eo is sip mysteriously (nrced seem determined te overrido its provisions, are exp cted. Mr. aud Mrs. Bain, Mrs. itol, ii wore thuti J cau iuiagiml 'Pret through the little plpts of plants nnd shrub- or will you show thete law broker that Chapln, of South Carollm, and Mrs, Buelt, 17 M aa pretty does' it u homely old saying, bery and gins life to the II iur As I write yutiare not (obe trflil with io Inis mat of Chicago, will be present, fne fame of but a Kocd tuauy of thete girls prove that I csn look from my window and see a full- lei? the-- e speakers has extended far and uo one I will deliver Ice to regular customers In Stanford su an to blown geranium, the proverb woi. a and Ii 11 n livtc g bautv. By A year's experience has ehown Hint the eliojld let the opportunity and vicinity every morning at pass In' 1 heatd whom is this vitality give.? By whom was fire insurance companies undertook too 'Pretty dot- - Hint pu-tlDr. Nelson Maya, f Paint L'ck, was One Cent Ponnt). of a stria,; thin, the fust ily I vs there the oaiplicitud machinery b which it is much when they boycotted New Hauip in toivn Wednesday. Tho doctor has pur Accountsdueat tbo close of each month, or re carried y of raw country A bev lrle fiom souil-whtmi madt? God, ii the aniMrr that shire They withdrew becauee of tbe pas when ru'toiatr quits. chased properly near Lowell. Misees in the pine fjrcite rauie on an ex C'uuj up Iroui every (I wr. By ehc'.ric Jl.E.ItXHItOW. sage of a law thai when an insurance com-pinMayme Duan, Sue Cecil an 1 Jane Leavell, cnlon. Trie- - wanted lo ballir, bat tier forces their living 'e timiny of Gad is should accept piemiuuii for a total three handsome and popular young ladies MACK BltUCn'3 dec'ared (her would not appear In I lie bourns upon overy pslng lirsext with the loss of $2,000 it should pay for a total loss of Hsrrodaburg, wero guests of Miss Emma all tli. .ithr wotutll WOT rsp.dityof lite lightning's hlzt, a it write of $5,000 instead of bulldcz'ng tha victim suits ttjT Leavell last week. Rev. Chwlea Reid, who Buggy & Implement House. lnh- They waninl u uuder(ood tliat the; itsfurky gamholi on lbs baiom of the dark inlo an acceptance cf a lesser sum. That ha! been evangelizing in the mountain would nryerd-.r- o liiek at their float In a cloud U Ihelbwsrthsreflllt)? N; but law was just. It was needed. It is needed counties all summer, is at home on a visit I have now i;latv Kin if they "tre irer ro iimticb ini lae result of an inviiblf oaiue and that everywhere. All honor to tbe people of Capt. and Mrs, E W. Liilard have return n A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills nnd modest ature So wtut in patience's name an life of the Nw Hampshire for pasting ill If a com-pnciuh la G 1, the ed from Louisville M ifsea Annie Holmes othor Agricultural Implomonts, Ujwer. It is impj'iible in the vsry nature dojou ruipu'ii ihof du? Thiy went down wishes to pt.y only a 1,000 for a to- and Jennie Kennedy, of Crab Orchard, and In the bsact. to u s'lauiy, witti whose iu and constitution of things that an absolute tal low, let thutoonjpcuy Bocept premiums Geo Besides a William, of Mt. Vernon, wore guests uiaWs one of them was acitiataltd, and perfection ofubinc em ! pMl'wopSic-all- y for only 1,000. The companies have often of Mrs. J. T. Hlggins, Tuesday. Mr. Mike Pull Lino ot Buggies and Wagons I frrnu bead to I; maintained without this xdmisdon. relied on the "tciling" of loisrs to recoup Elkln.of Missouri, is visiting relatives at Always on hard. In connection with my Imfret in linen wrapper. They thought it Thai Go I is the retlity and lifo of flowers, for the follies of rato wars. A a result of plement business, 1 will also carry a this place. Col Tom Nowman and Major ucneciry to hare anything under these Ustlllfur hir provml by oompuUon. By the boycot', there aro now in New Hamp- Theo. Ktug, of Crab Orchard Sprinss, took Conipleto Slock or Lumber, (.aitu-nIu that -- arti tl.r nxik to the the hand efrntna pWoe or wax may be so shire 15 mutual and 18 town mutual corj-- o in thecircus Tuesday Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as ater Kortunauly for tl.rui there vtere shaped and colored that it will imltaic one rations. It will keep a great deal of monoy fiOaly "gents" say "thinks," Gentlemen not o'er twenty mei nd j .it that put rf nature's lbweri that we cin not, from nn at home -s- omething like $100,000 a year. Low as uuy otic, say "thank you " If a courtesy is worth of tor bAct-- t but the wh-twenty ran af- extirnal appearsiiCD.diitiuxul'li the'liht Current I solicit a share of your patronage, P.cspcctfully, an acknowledgement, the acknowledgeter the and huoii at them eat difference But compare it with the Thk DACCiUTERor tiie Confzdeiiacy. ment should not be chopped down into a HMrr J. jtl. ItM'CE. when they emerged from the water, with natural lhwer. It is the aauia sin, shape 'Mies Winnie Davis, the younge3t daugh vulgar mouosyllable. It should bs fully the piper like wrappers clicking lo their and color. What is there lacking? It has terof Jefferson Dayi, is in the city visitand pleasantly exprcs-d- . A person who hudif (i like so ui my eults of adhesive pla no life. Neither can man form within it ing the family of I.jv. Dr. J. William habitually says "thanks" always eats with ler. 8me of tbein looked very much like the vital power. Man mty wuh wax and Jones, the secretary of the Southern His his knife and talks in a parlor in a ten artiste' mcritls, and ime (lhoe that wore other materla's mike a perfect bud in np- - torical Society. Mies ! Davis was born in acre voice. Washington Hatchet. ctlicj mih a big pitivrn printed on) look peatarce. But a bud it must remain. He the Confederate Executive Mansion here FROM "HENCE ed more like talooed -- Mem of that Oreck c.n not give it living power to incrae in A citix?n at Oineyrille, R. I., brarged No not long befpra the close of the war, and for Traveler ISolurus Hick who traycied with lhrnuni aud whoaobody aits hour by hour, until it unfolds a per that ho could get a drink on Sunday, and that moon her father ctlls her the "Diush re'etub.eii an animaleJ aeotion of a fre ooed ftct (hirer Not si with nature's buds. la tbeso tight times each buyer should consult ter of the Confederacy." This is Mim Dv to prove it, confidentially acked a doctor his own Interests. Why should you give one mer wall" To day we see them small A week hence vis' first visit hers since ebo left for something to brace bim up. The doc cnani sector an aitlclo wnon you bur tho m a babe mi miug iroin anoiner lor iuc. Todoihlalsnot we see them larger and ready to open a with her parents A BOUQUEJ. on the eventful night of tor knew the man and wrote a prescription usiice 10 younelfor family. In the next place, you should be sure to get go)d lovely flower. From whence comes this April calling for aqua pura; the druggist taw the 3J, when the capital of tbe Confederarticles. Poor goad are dear at any price. NoBy Rer, Jot A, Sunday joke and put up the water in a 11 tt bottle where is this moro so than in Medicines. You lift? It is produced by the volunlary pow- acy was evacuated by the Southern army. might u well pay 5Cc an ouaco tor saw dust as fo r Sjuedaya ince the tender hand of a er of God. In the order of nature there She Is pretty acd accomplished and duting and charged a round price for it. Tee buy- inert medicines. christian lady of H an 'or J cjnrejeJ to me never was a tlswer seed Eouroe has just received his large stock ol Meders remarks when ho levied the dose are net but what grew icines of all kind". Every article fresh from tbe m lare and beaatiful binqact, to which from the ilower; and lhc new was a the several weeks of her stay will bs warm- reportable manuueturere. lie now nas tbe nicest and cheap est aelrctlon of fancy goods, show cats articles, Ac, vri .ttac tod a cird on which waa written: flower but what came from the seed. Go ly welcomed by the Itichmond people. Toe BoUon man does not say: "I know Ac. The csleliMt. uuiiirei ectacles and ejo R'chmond (Va) Dispatch. Mae accept from ladies sa h cnnll token ology proves 'P glasses a specialty, best rands ot mixed that there was a period when on which sid9 my bread is buttered;" he paints every can warranted. SDlendid Jewelrr. of teetr appreciation of the good work you No clamor meets the A PuodE Poem there were uo (1 jwers on this globe. Which machlna goods, anglers' goods, artists' siyr: ' excuse me, i know on which side sewing chromoa- - fiamcs, lamps, brushes, biks ol goods, are djiti, (or the cue of prohibition " It was first, tho seed or tho ilowei? If (he staiesman grand, he passes through a voice- - my bI.1T 1 f life is oleomsrgnrined " all kinds stationery, a thousand articles for tho mii ntado of the saott b.aullf jI and lovely seed was first then there was a flower which lcs land; the lofty poet garland bound la dear grandmas, mai'en aunts and the smartest baby ir. tbe huslneas-- all at ll)wera 1 ever cw, and wia ever eo much Bucken's Arnica Salve did net come from the seed. Where then paired by throngs without a sound; tho iron Tbel)itSWa in the world lor Cuts. Bruises Dr. M. L, Bourne's New Dims Store, apprtcliled Fjr day it wai kept iu my is Ibe stalling point of fl oral life, if thcrn btUlo-rcmeungrreted walks Soros, gait Rheum, is captain, Faver Bores, Tetter, Chipped Stanford, Ky. hand robbed it of no Goc? room until the wiili-rin- g Nature can not start ittelf. There without regard; the uiator of silver tongue, IlanJi, CMIblaloa, Corns and all8klu Eruptions, fmjjtroc and beauty. Frcqjently when iu be a first ciue, or nature acted be. unwept, unhoaored and uusiug with rcbol- - and positively euros Piles, or no pay required. I, mual I would lay tuy.elf down lo reat after epeak fore it existed. ars ver-e- u in ntuueu lore excite no nonce Is guaranteed to giro perfect Mthfactloo, or money infor preachinc I would tii upon it 21. Flowers pasties the rower of eciiou. or uproar; the kings of fame and lords ol refunJi-- 1. Prlco 23 cents per box. For tale by Penny A MiAlliter. acd thiuk, it U not only beautiful, but h As the evening hades creep over the hills thought, whoce brains havo delved, whose An Old Citizen Speaks teacher aem from God. Eich little Ajwur with tho mantle of dsrkncM, some fhwers hands have wrought, pass by the crowd in Mr J. M. Korrli, an oil cltluo of Iiouic, Qa. la a teacher ao profound that they aland ir shut thmclvei up uniil the rays of the all its prids unnoticed ou tho other side-- but lays thai he bad bcu badly troubled with Eld refutable. They lull ua of Clod. hear the trump of fame, the uc-- Complaint for a great many yean aifd with morning mm appear, away the I l'toy loach of Hi exlalence. Tuo be IS WAKH ANTED to euro Fecr and dews of night, when, with the same active c.ncord of the land's acclaim, burst forth Ccieuia for three yean; at times could scarcely Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fecr, t, walk, and bad tried many remeJlcs without lief of tha txiatfiico of Gad may bo entd to Fever, Dumb Ague, lllllous Fever, Ki.er, they unfold their letve. Tnrough from every shouting rank to cheer tbe beforo ho began talloj Electrlo lilttera and Dengue (or Urcak-bono- " Fever), Liver be natural to man. Iler.ce, it may b Lynn Union wtmt uiiNlium do they derive this powei? Bridge and barrel crank. Complaint, nnd all diseases nrislng from anointing bla ban's with fiuckleu's Arnica Salvo, dteuud br frame uoutceaxary lo enter upon 1 ne only answer that can lis given is God. - treatmont alTarded him groat relief and Malarial poisois. ho Judge Brewer, of the United States Cir Tilla proof of Ilia exiatenci; aud lo uthera it Tu strongly recommends Dlecuic Bitters to ell who anitiolnl Ihwers m&n oau give no such "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. haa rendered a de t u tier with Kidney Complaints !or need a ElooJ in cult Court may appear irruyeroiit, because it I'ttui, in powir "For eighteen months sitf-cision taut the attempted enforcement of Puilfier. Sold by Fenny A McAIUter. the lira ir.alar.ee, lo call in rjueallon a truth II. Floivera itaih the Lore of God. erecl with Chills and Fever, prohibition laws to the utier destruction of Most Excellent. of which it In impiety to doubt. lint athu lit 15 their beauty. So great was GodV property which has been in good faith in J.J. Atklni, Chtofof Police, Knoxville, Tenn., haviihg Chills every other day. torn hta been avowed. Tne epirit of impio love for mau when tie created the world vesttd iu a perfectly leitima e and nects. write.' "My family and.I are beneficiaries of your After trying various remedies tr ban none forth and m labjilnj; by aria ol recommended to cure, used a lint he adapted it to our natural faoulties, sarr branch of business is 1 1 be chocked. most rxeellfut medicine, Dr. King's Xew DIscot-eryfvopbUtry to pertimde men lo throw away Consumi Hon; baring found it to be all bottle ofAyer's A$uc Cure, and Insie.iil of making it dreary, barren nnd He aiys, "beyound any doubt the State c.n that you claim for It, desire to testify to Its Tlr ttieir bibles and tneir reaauu. IVetentionu wa'tede'erl, wrapped in solitude and mid prohibit the defendant from continuing the tuo. My frlendt to whom I baro recommended it have never sinre had a chill. are mado to demonttrale that there i no J2DWIN HARPER." night blacktu's, ho decorated It with beau- bufcinets of brewing, but Wo to it can do ao pulw It at every opportunity." Dr. KJng'aKew intelliKenl Bjln who preitidc ovor nature rnnrAKED by it must pay the value of tbe property de- Discovery for Consumption la guaranteed to euro tiful flower. The same invisible hand whom wo are bjund to ao Lw-clvUronchllla, Asthma, Croup and evDr. J. G. Ayer is Co., Lowell, Mass. touched the spring of actlou and stroyed." that ery allection of the Throat, Cheat and Lung. Triobey; no Judge who will call lie lo account Sold by all Druggists. bade them couu forth with so much beau al Butllei Freaat Penny A ilcAlhttr'a Drug Store. Gen. E. H Hobson, of Greensburg, In abort, that the idn of a 0.d, wise, riRht ty aud grandeur could have formed them drew JG.OOOas arrears of pension, Lergiilze. St. dream. eoua and holy, i a auperatitioui Positive Cure for Piles, with Iohs beauty than the thistle or some and bo at once set about lo have a reunion Priona teaching such hureay, though pro other obnoxious plant. to the people ot thlssounty we would say that of the brigade he commanded during the he learne), and perhaps tveu U'txn to we have Uen given the Agsncyof Dr. Marcblsl'a 12 1. Ciiuloyeol God is slrikiu Jy tutnifot , wtr. Tko eyont will be celebrated at Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed cUiiulnv to he the guardians of oclenci-- are led in the value of flowers. They not only, Grceosburg soon and everybody is invited. to cure or mony"refanded Internal, Bxiernal. nevenhtluM its ureateut cuuuiioa, and are by their beauty, aid the decorative mind Tho General contributed 1,000 sheep and Blind Bleeding or lulling Pllt s. Price 60c a box. The Best Newspaper in America, own roaroning. But the deluded by their aud hand, but furnish phyaical aid. When 100 beevte t the barbecue, at wkisk all I or salo by Penny A McAIUter, Prugslsta, aid by far the Most Readable. of men can not frown truth inlo unbelief tho Creator raised the sword of justice to visitors will be feasted. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. falsehood, nor can the belief of men smile Agents vantod everywhere to earn We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl's Ca- Hence the belief or drive man from his once blissful homo in 'falsehood into truth. money m distributing tho Sun's PreProhibition is a prominent topic in many tholeon,n Femata Remedy, t cure which he was surrounded by E Jen's flow-erFemale unbelief of m irtals can not in the least of this must not be mis eases, such as Ovsklaa trouble-- ., Inflammation Dis miums. and lie did not blight the dowers. Had States Ibis year, but feet thoae truths that Ood hai established taken for temperanco. . There is a wide Ulceration, falling and Dlsplacemeut or bearlnr The most interestincr and advantaHe deiired He could have made iuherent in nature, and with which Ilia unThe temperance man is one down foiling, Irregularities, Barreonoes, Change 0 1 geous offers evermadj by any Newsthem a curse. But instead of a curse they dlflreoce drink himself, and is better Llfo.Leuchorrhoea.boeldtsmsny weaknesses springwho doe-n- 't bounded universe swarms. Much lime paper. ing from the abovo, like Headache, Bloating, Spi aro a blessing. From them Is extracted Tne prohibitionist concerns him nal Weakness, 3Ieeplcssntaf, Nervous thought have been spent in trying to for it. and No Subscriber ignored or neglected. Debility, medicines by which the various organ) of self about whether his neighbors drink, un Palpitation ol tbe lloart, Ac. For ante by Drug prove the txisience of God by metaphysicSomething for all. the body are aidsd to perform their natural Louisville gists. Prices tl and 1 SO per bottle. Send to Dr. But argumenta ol tbia til he becomes a nuisance. al arguments. In their Utile stems Iteautlful ami Substantial Premiums in B. MarchUt, Utlca, N. V for pamphlet, free, of Intel fuoctlons. Concealed Commercial character require such aculcnesa Btandard Gold and otberWatchcs.Yalnablo For salo hr Penny A MsAllater. Druvltts. and ieayis. they carry human life. From lect aud close attention to understand tbein Hooka, tho Dcst Family Bowing Midline Let the American people remember tbat them is distilled the delightful perfume so known to tho trade, and anunequalod Hat that they aro therefore ueelew lo the greater acceptable to the human senses, Oot what such an infernal nuisance as the young man of objects of raal utility and Instruction. of men. But while so many are incabell never came into ex pirt amnlng love. God so loved the world with the chestnut "WW Baby waa risk, we gTO pacitated lo comprehend iuetaphyIcal r Hates, by fa if, Postpaid: kr CaatatU, that in flowers He furnished delight, com istence under a republican administration. When aha was a Child, she cried Kurucnte, they can find in flowers irrefutaDAILY, per Year (without Sunrtsy) $6 00 - Chicago Tribune. Rep. Castor!, fort and relief to suflVring humanity. DAILY, par Month (without Sunday) 50, Wkeu she bseaine Miss, sho cluij U Castoria, ble arguments adaptad to common capacMany thanks to tho good ladici who I 00 For the lsst three years tbe Toledo SUNDAY, per Year things obvJous to Whota sho had Chlldrea, she ity and founded upon them Castorta, FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 OO an editorial in each issue our icnses. Where,, then, is he alhe.4 sent the bouquet. To me it has been a Iliad kas had I 00 WEEKLY, per Yoar subject of thought, furnished material for concluding with the words: "PulrerJae who says, "I loig for truth founded pon tiWrcw, THK SCX, Xcw Tor. City. the rum power." reeonl" Let him keir the fragrant voice a sermon on the ministry of flowers. FOIS SA.TE. A UouM and Lot In the nntn of Stanford, situ-t- d on Hustonvllle ssst, which the undersigned will sell for cash. For further Information, apply U ins on lbs premises. M-- l'EUANNUM, For " It. O. A t. FOll It. ! JPnrm JFol Sale M-.- f ntrl-bine- cu 8AX.12! I will sell privately my farm of 81 acres, situated on tho Lancaster ptke, yt miles from Stan ford, In a good neigh cornood. It haa upon It a uneawellinBbouso 8 rooms; good era-at the door; good turn and all cecosearr out- " buildings; four never falling springs on tbe place allordlng an abundanca of stock water. Fencing all In good repair. 5J acres well set In grass: bal anco la cultivation P5ei-lo- n Terms oasy given September 20, Jtso. u m i,0 lcu the ock crop now on tbe farm. and Apply to 153tf JIASTJIIISOA I'EXroX. Manford, Ky. s Stanford Female College, The Next Session Opens September 1. Noted for Health, Oomfort, Homo Oare. Good" Discipline, well Qualified and ijincient xeaoners, Thorough. Training and wide scope of Instruction, Graduates io three different courses, arranged to suit the mental tastes and capacities of pupils. For Catalosuo apply to -- H -- fc N3GWCOMI5 nl th-re- m vrif'rnin i,. "'a A LEX. S. I'AXTOX, Prcildent. ICE -" XC3! ICE5! Per te' WHOLESALE TIMBER & LUMBER, 22 West Swan Street, y -- BUFFALO, X. Y. Highest cash price paid fjr While Ash, IieU Birch, cherry, Poplar, Ash, Black Butternut Msnle, Hickory. Walnut, tercd White and Bed Oakand byenmoro. a.. A. ,53-l- C. t un-see- Southern Agent, Stanford.Ky. 8I.XE, 1 y If Kcutttckj'ti lioule Hunt Washington, Philadelphia and Tho only lino running r. rrpp-4rdc'otti- id roa K Now York. rULLHAK iE,V SLCCL'INU 111 Uui-hin- c in A SOLID CAIW KBOJI TRAIN York. Louisville, Cincinnati Lexington, Ky. to Washington Oity, t BOTJJEITEJ Fast Trains for Mow Connecting In the same depot with Tho Direct I'oute to Lynchburg. Danville, Norlolk and all Vlrsinta and North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, snnly to your nearest ticket office or nddrees W. W.SIon-roGeneral Agent, Lexington, Ky. w. v. 11. w. Fur.i,r.K. 2d Vico ftcsUent, Gcn'l Paw'r Ae'I. Ulchmond. Vlrclnla. e, nivicuAii. -- Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. We are opening tbo most carefully sclcclei, the finest acd best stock of PIAXOS AND OBOAXS Ever brought to this city. instinmcnt Is the pride of an artist aud prices rango fiom 10 to 25 percent. lower tnan other dealers aik samo goods. Persons ol musical nnd art lor the ar Invited to nn Inspection uf thobeaullful, culture cultivated, rellncd tone acd artist designs 01 thete cele bratod Instruments: ry 1 kir-du- br-xe- Ague Cure I AVER'S The World-rctiowne- tl Itunbc, tho A; Decker I'laiios, Son, erett audllio Kcihiblo Xow Iiuijluntl The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and the John Church h Co. Organs. Plf ase cocimuntiate nd prices. M. the roimhr Ev- u nt ben-en- IS. rt- - Ij. tilth us for catalogues, term J. ( OOIi, Special Ag'ts, niCHAr.D.rost-otQce- . Orr.OSE n. WanfonJ, Ky. Kfferencts- - A. It Penny, Mrs B. JI. Carpenter, J. M. Philips. J. M .Moore and James Beax- -' ley, btanfora; Mrs Magxl Holmes, frah Orchard; Gen. W. J. I -- n.'raiu aud Miss Liszla HuU-ma- u, I Lancutr, Ky. 133-ly- r 11 O. fc M. 'tilll! er i MlSSISSlPPf irom I. W The direct through line and old established routo C'' &'3$gBiseMw. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in the West. Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulsvlllo to8t Louis. Three (S) Dally Tralus from Cincinnati to St. Louis. Only IO hotira from Louisville and Cincinnati to kt. Louis. Tho Only Lino by whloh you oan got a Through Slooping Car From Cincloatt to St. Louis. Rr. TW I'tbeonly line running irom Louisville and Cincinnati St. Louis, aU other routes betnic mado up of a combination of small roads. TVlA O A ri 'V-tbro- ugh tt ... ... BleoplneCars on nljht trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coaches on all trains. D,SJ.?,5&C,!? eonnectlonsare made In ONIOW DhiiiTd with diverging lines by theO. A M. Kallw ay, thus avofdlng tronlcsouie trans fore by other routes. The Ohio A Mteiiselpp! Hallway U tbe only line between Louisville, Cincinnati and 8t. Louu under one management, running all lis trains through aolld and In couxviuenca Is recognized I'irst-Cla- as KouU between those Cities. Apply to ticket Agenis of connecting lines for lull parlli ulars as to rates, time, maps, clrcuUrs or any desired Information, or wilts to rtOBT. If. FOK JI AN, Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A N. V.'y, Son orset. Ky. Tbo Ohio Mississippi Railway runs Talatlal W.M PEAB0F1. W.fl.8HATTUC. Pre. and Gon'l Man'gr, Geo. Pass. Ag't, Cincinnati, 0. ' U KtJWW MonwTAW. Thu vote (or I"'' Durham will attend the WTFS CF CHRfHrVENTt. 4k mni M meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fel- agalBst tne sale ol liquors was about equal Winchester, Va., has adopted prohlbl among the citizens cf this precinot, but lows that takes place in Boston next week. tion by a majority of 169. -- It will cost $4,000 and take 6,000 about 45 negroes from the railroad, threeCol. John B. Young, one of the ablest books of cold leaf to elld the great dome fourths of whom, one of the judges tells us, September 17, 1880 criminal lawyers in Virginia, is dead. He Stanford, Ky., at Notre Damo University, Ind, The had no right to vote, raised the majority In was about 70 years of age. favor of whisky to 31, Prohibition Is being work Is going on now. Mrs. R. B. Haye, wife of the presidenW. P. WALTON. with jugs and demijohns. freight trains going north on the initiated Two flw jsssssssssUtY alssssssssffTJtlssssssssssssssssMl afc laisss " liaTM JVr sssfcteJ tial fraud, Is visiting Dr. Skillinan's family " " 'P""C t " K. C. collided near Falmouth. The second If thero ia any troth in the saying that the in Lsxington, who are her relatives. section ran into the first Mellon, demolish patient dies harder when the monrners DEMOCRATIC TICKET, The New Hampshire republicans have ing the engice and six cars, killing several grieve In his presence, the whitky traffic nominated Charles II. Sawyer for GovFor Conjreis, mules and one horse and scattering whisky surely dies hsrd here. Joe Fisher and Abe ernor and adopted the customary platform. Miller were the only two colored persons barrels and dry goods. The democrats have thus far renomiAs Monroe Goodyear, of Scranta, Ia , that voted for prohibition. J. S. Penny-backe- r, Of JUdlion. nated 93 members of the present House and who has been very ill, is improving, was feeding his horses one switched his defeated 69. The republicans have renomtail, and to keep it from striking his face T. H. WhllUe has gone to Bright, Ind., to The Maine election resulted, of course, inated 64 and defeated 25. LOUISVILLE, KY., U5 Acres under one roof.) Monroe eeizod it. Just at that moment attend the wedding of his brother. Eight Gen. Bragg, member of Congress from in a victory for the republicans, but it was lightning struck the barn, killed this horse car loads of fine stock passed here for the pretty much like the Dutch capturing Hol- the Second Wisconsin district, has been re- and another, knocked down two others, Somerset Fair. It is reported that a large ataxese vntAOE.-rn-xxixrvaxx.vx. or. warps natural history coLLscTioy,-T- nv coueo land. Their candidate for Governor was tired by his constituents, after a two weeks' threw Mr. Goodyear some distance, and set saloon is to be erected at Duncan, just across . riOX.-RATOP OKTTI'SUURQ.DAJIROSCU ORCUESTRA.-CArr- A'S JAXD. is tussle for the nomination, elected by about 10,000 majority, which fire to the barn. Goodyear regained con- tho Lincoln line. If so we will have to apMREWORKS, nnd over Ono Thousand OTHER NEW FEATURES. Buffalo is going to hayo a tremendous about half of the majority of two years ago. peal to our sister Pulaski to try prohibition sciousness in time to extinguish the fire. be twenty-fir- e feet AH four of the republican candidates for clock. The dials will In his Bhelbyville speech, Monday, also. Congress, including Heed, were elected. in diameter, 361 feet above the street, and Goy. McCreary announced himself in oppoJames M.Swormstedt, the noted Holy The Legislature is pretty solidly republi- and lighted by electricity. civil service law and predictrropuei oi walnut mil, Cincinnati, says Nash- sition to the Hooper Phillips, of can, though the democrats gain three memed its early expungement from the statutes that the recent earthqutke was ciuied by bers in the Senate and three in the House. ville, was accidentally shot in the head and of the country. He also expressed his bad spirits in the bowels of the earth. The prohibition vote, which so frightened instantly killed by Mr. Rtins, while hunt- gratification at the defeat of bo many alleg- "Thoy are intelligent MCHWI1XT TA1XOIC. men, and have comBlaine, did not materialize to any great ex- ing in the Northwest a few days ago. ed democrats who voted against consideraplete knowledge of the ue of dynamite, Only $25,025,600 of the government 3 tent. That indiyidual may claim the re Morrison Tariff Bill, and pre- gunpowder, etc. They have been trying I hm recclTeJ uj mil rectlTinc per cent, bonds are now outstanding, of tion of the nit n victorr. but it is not a famous one dicted the early political death of the sur- to blast a pissago to the surface of the which $2,690,550 are overdue. Another by any means. applause showed that his earth and thus escape from bondage. The call of ten millions is expected in a few vivor?. The large audience was in entire sympathy with explosions incident to these operations have Wb hare received with the compliments days. Louisville Times. of Col. T. 8. Broneton, Collector for this caused the earthquakes. I have foretold Hill, the alleged accomplice of Jim his views. Comprlilot tht beit In th tmrkst, which will t Internal Revenue district, a copy of Com- Holland, the man who shot Davis in New thee phenomena. It is a sign of the end DiNHLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. missioner Miller's report of the condition York while of the Cnristian age. The United States Gotten Up m Style and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country trying to negotiate the "queer," of the service. The total collections for the has been shot and killed in the Ed Milter is having a psrtion of the will be destroyed in two years, and all the GIto Me a Trial. interior of fiscal year were $112,421,121 07, an increase public room of the Clemens House fenced wicked people die and the others will go to Texas. of over four millions as compared with last Palestine." Swomstedt will be rememberIn Bell county, which has but SOO ofl to be used as a barber shop. year, yet It cost $155,000 leea to collect it, votes, Louis Cohn has returned from New ed by the Pink Cottage Faith Care peoplt s of whom are republicans, nm the average being 3.G7 per cent. The col over 400 indictments have just been found York and Cincinnati, where he has been to here, as the deformed crank, who came to lections in Kentucky foot up S15.746.9-10have his body made whole by prayer, oil for giving and taking bribes at the August lay in a stock of "sheep clodlogs." and faith. 59, which is a million more than New election: Mr. Henry W. Evans has been the York and larger than any State in the Unof a little daughter since Wednesday Of the 137 counties in Georgia, 103 A husband who was apprised of his ion, except Illinois. morning. Mrs. Evans was formerly Miss wife's flirtation with the handsome basso haye absolute prohibition and 12 others J. H The colored population of Lexington is have partial prohibition. There are only Sallie Engleman. The grandpa, Mr.Bank, of a comio opera company at Long Branch, 17 counties in Georgia where whisky is in Eogleman, of the Farmers National wired her that he would run down from ranch agitated now and is preparing for DEALER IN- ia doing well. New York and arrive at Long Branch at the end of the world, which many of them full swing. "The young workers" of the Baptist 647. Instead he arrived early in the afIt will take at least $1,000,000 in think will occur Sep. 29. A negro woman, churob, Miss Dora Harris, President, will ternoon, and saw her drive off in the famenppoeed to be dead, was placed in a coffin Charleston to put necessary repairs to the of Mr. John Stodg- - ily equipage with the basso. and the lid laid upon it. Bat After lying houses of persons who are utterly unable, meet at the residence He followed hill Friday night. After the transaction in a hired cab for a long distance, then there for awhile, she suddenly determined unaided, to make their houses sa'e and of the church business the remainder of the called to his own driver, who halted. Stepto get up and did so, after kicking vig- habitable. exping out of his hired equipage he sent it Eugene Higgins, Appointment Clerk the evening will be spent in literary orously at the lid. Her first words were ercises. back, forced the basso to mount the box by be destroyed on the of the Treasury, is to be promoted to be that the earth would Rev. Green Clay Smith's family left the coachman, stepped in and sat by hia date named, and the negroes are conyinced Chief of the Secret Service Division of the Danville after a sojourn of several wife, and then bad the coachman drive very that she knew what she was talking about Treasury, with an increase of $750 in bis months. Mrs. Smith goes to Louisville, slowly by in fall view of the hotel. The annual salary. ErzXKtsa of Gov. McCreary the Dm-vill- e N Joseph Bertram, of Wayne, the can- where she will soon be joined by her flirtation was completely broken up. Advocate says: Our candidate is so didate for Cosgrees, who held out longest husband, who is now in Whitley county. Y, Bun. thoroughly acceptable to the party, and has against Botts, has retired from the political The young ladies will go to New York Senator Beck says that John Sherman is made us such a faitnful representative that arena for awhile and gone to teaching school on a visit. the ablest statesmau among the republicans every democrat will feel in honor bound to at $50 per month. Rev. Wm Pawling, for some time conof the Senate, and that Reed, of Maine, ocaccord him hearty and earnest support, and . B. McKIN'NKY. Coving- fined in the Lexington Lunatic Asylum, Arthur Arthbuthnot, in jail at lttrarn. therefore we look for, and confidently ex- ton, Tenn., confesses writes to a friend under date of the 11th cupies a corresponding position in the JOHN UB1UHT, that he murdered House; that Speaker Carlisle and Col. Mor pect, a larger majority will be given Gov. Bowman, o fEistSt. Louis, and that inst., that he was more than anxious to rison are the leading democrats in the McCreary than was returned for him two a prominent His letter railroad paid leave his present quarters. hia reason has been House, but that with a little more experiyears ago. He is already on the stump and him $2,500 to do it. seems to indicate that ence Breckinridge, of Kentucky, will deour friends throughout the distriet may reThe Woman's National Temperance restored. velop into the able-i-t man on the floor, barly upon hia doing his whole duty. Col. Richard C. Nichols, a conscienUnion has secured 200,000 signatures of ring always the Speaker; that President evangolist, who represents James G. Blaine, youngest son of his women to a petition aiking Congress to tious commercial Cleveland is honest and conscientious 'and raise the age of legal consent of girls to a Tea house of Louisville, was in town sev- growing stronger with his relatives, who father, hi the people, bat has eral days this week. Mr. Wm. Ayers, of their own ruin to eighteen, knew nothing of his intentions, by marrymade blunders, and a good many of thtru, The latest cholera returns from Italy the Louisville bar, was in town yesterday upon the financial Urslrri Id a I klca jf ing Mia? Marie, daughter of Col. Neyins, at question; and that he taking depositions in the esse show 69 new cases and 33 deaths. Since and Columbatf, O. Mis XevinB being a Cathowould be renominated if the convention of the Fidelity Trust Safety Vault Co. ys. lic, a dispensation bad to be granted for the the disease made its first appearance this John Yeiser, &c , now pending in one of was to be held this year, but what will hip-pemarriage, which was proeured and the cer- oeatoa the number of cases aggregate two years from now is hard to tell. the Louisville courts. with a total of 14,000 deaths. emony was regular both legally and in the The marriage of Mr. John J. SimucI The whole number of peaeloners who on Pablic Printer Benedict, who took eyes of th'e Church. The young man had to Miss Marie Agnes Bright is announced account of the rebellion have been borne heard comething of his father's troubles in charge Wedneeday, is reported as saying to take place at 2 o'clock at the res- upon the pension rolls in the period from establishing his claim of marriaee, and that it ia impossible to find a republican idence of the lady's step father, Mr. 1861 to June 3, 1SS0, is 561.SS1. The among the employees in his department profited by it. McCarty. The ceremony will be per- whole amount paid to these pensioners durthat is if their own evidence is admitted. The report that Judge B. P. White, of DurJohn Williamson, superintendent of formed by Rev. Father Hugh J. Brady, of ing that period was SS30.S10.020.18. Manchester, had been shot from ambush Scholzea soap factory, at Chattanooga, Louisville, and according to the ritual of ing the fiscal year ending June 30, 1SSG, the and instantly killed, turns out, we are glad fell 150 feet over a precipice on Lookout the Catholic church, of which the bride is thsro were issued bl,422 pension certifto say, to be untrue. Since we have learnMountain Monday and was instantly kill- a member. After the ceremony tl.ero will be icate; for the month of June alone there ed that the Judge, who is a cousin of John a dinner at the family residence, after were issued 10,375 certifisatei, and that for ed, his body being frightfully mangled. D. White, is the only democrat in the fam The Western Associated Press and the which the newly married couple will leave the same fiscal year the payments were ily of Whiles, we are more anxious than New York Associated Preea have sent $500 on a short trip to Cincinnati and St. Louis, $65,747,230. The new names added to the 't eTer that he may be spared from the as a gift to the Charleston reporters who and upon their return they will have rooms rous loot up w.ioti, cl which 'i3H were ballet. restoration'. stood bv their posts and eent out the first at Giltner's hotel. The prosecution of the Danville & The Republican Convention at Mats-vill- e full and accurate reports of the earth It is estimated thnt the annual revenue after nominating Worthington, Hustonville turnpike company, for charg quake. from the two-ce- nt tax on oleomargarine Burchard and January, successMr. Blaine is said to have granted his ing illegal toll, has been dismissed by will 9 amount to one million dollars. This ively for Congress, each of whom declined precocious nineteen-year-olson, James Judge Lee, before whom it was tried. It is on the bteis of a home consumption of with thanks the empty honor, a nomins-tion'w- as G , Jr., $1,800 per annum on which to sup- eeemo that Mr. James R. Dodds, of this NUItllHYN, finally made which stuck, that of port his new and youthful wife, and will county, was charged toll one Suuday while fifty million pounds, and is a low eetinnte The exports of oleomargarine last year George M. Thomas, who was formerly U. not invite the couple to reside under the going to church. He instituted a prosecuB. District Attorney. tion, when the fact of the charge was ad- amounted to nearly thirty eight million parential roof. pounds. The total production of butter in There is only one October election this The Deaf Mute Asylum at Danville mitted, the attorneys for the road contend- the United States in 1880 was 777,250.587 ing, however, tbatasoneportion of the char year. It is in Georgia, and it will occur opens Wedneeday, 8ep. 15, All deaf perpounds.-Vashing- ton Post. ge Grain, Wool, Need- -, CJoiil, I.uiiilmr. KU-- . three weeks from Tuesday. Gen. Gordon is sons of sound mind, between the ages of 10 ter provided a penalty for an of toll, and as another part said that no toll A young woman wore a dr&H to a hop sure to be elected as Goyernor and there is and 30, redding in the State, are entitled little political interest in the event. Ohio to board and tuition free of charge. There should be charged persons going to church, at Bir Harbor in this syle: "Che half of and Indiana are now November States. is a department exclusively for colored pu- that the rates fixed by law had not been ad- the waist was high, with long, closely-fittin- g ded to, or Interfered with in the least, and pils. sleeve and high military collar. The The republicans speak of their CongressAt Huntsyille, Ala., Mrs. James B. that the road was not amenable to the fine other half, beginning at exactly the mid ional candidate, Judge Finley, as "six feet Trotter, who has been confined to her bed fixed by law for and that as Mr. die of the bssom and back, wm remarkathree and got a barrel ol money." It will for many yearj, procured a razor and al- Dodds was tendered back the money col- bly low, and the only Blgn of sleeve was a take several barrels and then some more to most severed her head from body: Her lected from him, the responsibility of the narrow shoulder strap." pull him through, after his announcement daughter, who was sleeping with her, knew road was at an end. Right or wrong, the George Miller, serving out a tenyear-sentencthat he is for mixed ichoolr. nothing of her rrother'a terrible death for lawyers convinced the Court that this was in an ladiana prison, heard of the hours. view to bejtaken of the matter and the the The Newport Journal says it will interAn excursion train from Ashtabula, case was accordingly dismissed. prison trick of eating soap in order to apest thin women to know that the Southern O., to Niagara Falls, upon which there pear to be wasting away, and thus gain a cotton crop is very fine., Dittoe, you ought A New Dodge, were 300 passengers, collided with a freight pardon. The scheme worked too well. &y.v to go somewhere. Havn't you learned yet We are indebted to a friend who has been Miller's throat is ulcerated, he can not take train near Sliver Creek, N, Y,, and both that cotton is no longer used for such pur- wero thrown from the track. A great ma- nipped, for an explanation of a trick which even liquid nourishment, and is more than DriiRH, .Uii-ic- nl IVull I'ftpor, WIiich. poses? ny persons wero wounded and several has been successfully employed for swin- likely to die. Chemical, IlookH, lilcpior IitHtriiomouu, begins to look like children unborn dling several banks in various Eastern citPalittM, Ktntloncry, Uigur, Pockot killed. Mrs. Grant invited Mrs. Cleveland and live to the end of the trial of the 8oapH, OIlH, will never TolmccoH, ies, A check, say for $10, is obtained from Maj, Van Hagan, of Chicago, wsb ttutlery. d Elbji-o- n Iiiimpft, Perfumery, Key. Convene brothers by their Presbytery Fire Arum, Machlu at Dillas, Tex., by a lady who claim- a depositor of a bank, and a blank check the President to stop at her home at Needles. on their return from the Adirondacks, for lying. The further consideration of it ed that he bad acted improper!, whereupexactly like the filled-i- n check is recuredi Our Jovrclry, Sllvonvnro nnd Optical (Joods Department Is in Cliargo of Uol has been postponed tfll November 9. on ho went oil and got drunk and staid bo Tho two books are laid one upon the other to which Mrs. Cleveland responded, thankThoa. B'clmrdH, who will Ilcpnlr Watches and Clocks promptly anil In tho best ing her for the courteiy, and regretting that stylo. ANOtnsn bond call for $15,000,000 of till delerlum tremens took him to a world so that the edges are exactly even. Both important business would make it neceeea-rwomen are not so handy with the checks are then lorn irregularly across and of the 3 per cents, has been made. This is where for the President to return direct to In such a way that the signature on the a very gratifying disposition of the treasu- rawhide. Washington A company has been organized by cit- filled check appears on one piece and the ry surplus and ought to be continued till it Tbc Best Maud Have you seen the new letter- izens of Weitjrn Kentucky in conjunction amount and name of payee on the other. to the minimum. is reduced Waterfront JMllth with the L, & N. to extend the Madison- - The checks having been held together while sheet enveloped ies; they are They stick to primitive ways in Au- ville division from Providence to Cloy Vil- being torn, of course one piece of the blank just lovely. "I have not tried them yet." Coat. gusta, Ga. One side of the churches is lage, in Webster county, a distance of about checK will exactly fill the other piece of tho "You must get some, dear. After writing t!lktp jou dry In Th FISH BRAND BUCKEHli wtrrtnttd wln.roof, 4Bd Itha Lirtltit itorm. Tht nw rOJIHEL FUCKtn II I fieri nntr roi, avM set apart for the ladies and the other fcr eight miles. The directors include Messrs. filled check. The swindler then fills in your letter, you have the whole of the InIcoTtri tb nllr Midi. Htwftrt of ImlUtlom. Nana rtmilna without ILa Tub BRK Iltrftod" Irtvlorotrk, Illoitrtlti Cittloru Ut. A 4 Towtr, nottoo, uui. the men and the latter dare not deaden S. R. Knott, J. G. Metcalf and other n one piece of the blank check with the name side of the envelope for postscripts," the line. over railroad men. of the payee and an amount to suit himself He "I wonder when you will be able to W. E. Singleton, formerly of Boyle say $5,000, takes it with a piece of the "The Kents," a new serial story by Maset as good a tablo as my mother doct7" jor Henry T. Stanton, Kentucky'd pcet county, has brought suit in Louisville, genuine check containing the signature to She ''By the time you are able to prothe check was laureate, will begin In Frank Leslie's Sep- against the Adams Express Co , for $29,-00- 0 the bank and explains that accidentally torn. Tho teller can put the vide as good a table as your father doer, 25. tember because of an alleged malicious prose- plecea together and as they will fit exactly, Elghtoon Profossors and Instructors.my dear " and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneerlng.Classlcal, Normal School, A company has been formed in Chat- cution. The Company had him arrested the chanco are that he will think that the The diflerence between some men and a tanooga, with a capital stock of $175,000, to for stealing a lot of picture! and incarcer- pieces are parts of the same check and Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. a victim of the swindle. Tne trick of dog is that they will go intD a saloon toated in jail 150 days when he was an ia new 100 ton blast furnace, erect a COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. own remedy. The teller course suggests its Fiom Chicago thero depart and ar- nocent man. Col. Sam M, Bardett is one should refuse to pay nnv check thnt ia mil. gether and the dog will come out perfectly Fall term begin Ncpt. 8t!l, 1886. For Cntrtloifuo nnd other Information W.i " Jfg (Ark ) Vldette. daily, of his attorneys AddreM JAMIiS IC. PATTCUSON, I'll. rive G07 pM&enger train X,C7:liiRtou, Kentucky. l- I Crtnt'-nlle- f u fcwW &.&&' EaPOKJCTXOW - to-d- "- i m atthactioivs. TlV art i Ex-Ma- yor IjXa New Goods for Spring- and Summer, k:. a. Tripxssr. two-third- - pa-re- nt W IT 9 WMmm'mmm !iw'ixjygiri&fe ments, 4 Hardware, Farming Imple- y Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevators, Pumps, Oiclev Mills, fcc. Ex-May- nt WHBH & MENEFEE. y, n 45,-00- 0, Favminglmplements and Miichin ery, y El-war- d 4 i2sttiA ! sjyfcCrV - n, $me Bfggl:e -- Casfsges d i Spring Wagons, Buds Boards, Farm Wagons, over-char- over-charg- e, M'ROBERTS, e & STAGG, Stanford, Opera House Block, It cow-hide- y 1 well-know- vi H SLICKER STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY - he-co- f StUU-tcWjuiaio(S- ttI ,! Pi,Vl gran seed Menofee. at bottom prices. We a re n & ..' large stock of seed. H.H".ll!JJ.!! 1 Oi i .... ,. new w j u. recti eel a Lranch tiiUroa o uorrorr. 1 tie coin unt Timothy and Clonr teeofarraogsraents, Messrs. R 8. Porter, -- 3 StMford, KyM September 17, 1886 - B. O. WALTON. Business Manatror. ................... ...... ... " t. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 M r. M. .11 18 P, u. Mall train going North ton, KlMMHMln"(i S IS A.M. i! Noth...-....-...ti Xht i jot li calculated on ttandard Urns, Molar sols bout 30 minute Uiuti Houth...- -. South....... in l'jcal nonces. BuYyilirSjIioui Hjoih from Penny McAlUur. A W.TCnra and Jewelry repaired on sbor notice nd warranted bf Penny A MoAUa r. Duy tuelUasHog Koniedy, the orIjr aal and only genuine, from Penny AMoAN star. A If stock of Jewelry, latest County Clerk G. B CoorER desires us ityle. Kocltford watches a specialty. Pen reliable Dsxter. It la the beat cutter in OT A McAl inter. the market for either hand or power. Met- to call attention to the- law which requires calf A Foster. claims against the county to be filed 10 PERSONAL. days before the court to pais upon them. The prohibition law goes into immedi- The Court of Claims meets the 1st Monday J. Ii. anuB M. Owens are in Somerate (fleet so far as the drug stores and disset this week. in October and claims to receive attention Miss Hettie Paxton has gone to visit tilleries are concerned. The latter have must be filed by Sept. 25. had the privilege of selling by the quart. msiiip in Louitvllle Commendable. The old colored man, -- Mus. T. L Cnow, of Nlcholasvllle, is A flENTLEMAN who drove from Shelby Martin McCumack, who recently drew yiiitiog relative') here City yesterday says that he counted 350 Miss Lucy Tate left Tuesday to re- large hay stacks in sight of the road. There $3,585.07 arrears of pension and will here after get $72 per month for total blindnewr, enter Daughters' College. ia double as much corn and hay in this can be seen any good day breaking rock on Mahy Emiley returned with county as there is slock to eat Miss it. the Hustmrille turnpike, at which wcrk he . Mini Ella Smiley from Dinville yesterdays We are in recept of numerous contribu- haa become quite an adept. The sudden MtRs BEAunEOAiiD Stewart, of Crab Orchard, is vUlting at Mr. Harry Dunn's. tions pro and con the prohibition law, bflt acquisition of wealth has not turned his head in the least. Mna Lula C. Brock was to aire an as the issue has been drcldcd it is mmIsj elocution entertainment in Columbia last to bnrden our columns with them. We NARRIAOES. have had enough of snch matter. Let us night. Mr. Charles Greatbouse, of the LouisWilt. Severance has taktn Henry all turn our attention now to having the law executed. ville lima, waa married at Ann Arbor, Wilson's late position in the store of S. II. to Miss Mary Curtis. Shanks. Charlie Carson's new monkey, which Mich., WednesdayGould and Miss Young Jay Eiith Memiw Mark Hardin, E. 0. Wat. he got in a trade with a wandering Italian, is the smartest animal of tho kind we ever Kingdon, the pretty actress, were married Ion and K G Hail are attending the Bora saw, In fact he appears to have more sense Tuesday and old Jay seems to have fallen ertet Fair. Mns.ScsAM Warren left yesterday to than the average individual who objects to aa much in love with her charms as the spend several months with her eon, It V. the proposition that he has descended from younger. Mr. John Biankenshlp, of the Preach-eravill'ardam, in Missouri. the brutes, He can do mors funny triaks neighborhood, and Miss Alice Miss Ellen Uallod will leave next than a circus clown and as the season Is week for Cincinnati, where she will enter far spent and no sign of a circus yet ap George wero married at Mils Mary Warthe Conservatory of Music. pears, ire suspect the monkey is onr only ren's Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock by Mu. Jos. K. Smith, one of our Eog-lit- b chance for a show. But he is a good one Rev. Joe A. Munday, The new pair left settlers, will sail in a few days for Eng- and it only takes an occasional nickel to on the early express yesterday for Lonlr-willwhere they will spend several days of land, where!he goes to dispose of someprop eee him perform. their honeymoon. erty. He will return infix wteli. While hero on legal busUass TuoartJThe Giteaville, Texas, Advance, con Mn. John T. Gan.o. extensively en we asked Judge J. 8. Van Winkle what efgaged in the real estate and cattle business fect had the prohibitory liquor law in tains an account of the marriage of Miss Pat-ti- e McCormack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. in Texas, with headquarters at Dallas, has Danville: "It has minimised the amount joined hii wife here. He says the rancbe of drinking to one now where ten drinks Wm. McCormack, of this county, to Sir, in which he is interested has been singular were formerly taken. Whisky can bo ob- T. W. Patterson, of Tyler, Texas. The ly free from the (fleets of the great drouth tained at many piares in the city, I regret marriage occured at Mr. R. M. Hill's. Mr. and that the loss of cattle has been lets than to sae, and it will be so until public senti- Patterson is spoken of as a very estimable one per rent , lower even than the aver ment resches that point as to make it im- young man, and everybody in this section age. possible, but it ia not displayed to tempt can testify to Misa Pattie's many superior Mn. F. J. CAMrnELL, manager of Rock the eye, and there is more or less difficulty traits of character. We Join all her friends Castle Spring, stopped over here Tuesday for the unnitiated to procure it. I for one here in congratulations and good wishes. to see his mother, on his return from liar- - would earnestly oppose a retnrn to the liDEATHS. whither he went to take bis cense . rodiburtr, system, for I am enre the city has daughter, Miss Xaunearle, to Daughters' improved in morals (enferJ.1 Mack C. Basler, third son of Mr. J. S. College Mr. Campbell is greatly pleated Bailey, died yesterday after a long illness The official returns of the prohibition of consumption. He was about 23 years with the results of this year's season, and says he hs no further doubts as to the great election, which were opened and compare! old and had always been a moral, upright future of the resort, after making money Wednesday, show that the majority in Its boy. The funerM will be at the family such a summer ss the pist. He will begin favor is 20 i or two less than reported tb rrsidencv at 9 o'clock this morning after at once to add SO rooms to the capacity of our Tuesday's issue. The total vote is 2,533, which the remains will be taken to Danor 133 les thsn that cast in tho circuit ville for interment. the plice. judge's race at the August election, when The marriage of Mr. Will H. Brady LOCAL MATTERS. 2,905 were cast between the two cantest to Mies Maggie Hendricks, an unusually ants. It will bo observed that Waynesburg pretty girl, was solemnized at the bride's Si'Limnm cigars at Waters A Wearen's, is the bsnner precinct, the prohibitionists father's, Mr, J. M. Hendricks, Tueiday The Pay Train arrived on time jester- - outnumbering the anti's about five to one. night, by Rev. John Bell Gibson. Mr. day. Following is the vote by precincts, "for" Newell Elmore and Miss Maggie Russell, of Harrodtburg, were the attendants. Mr. Fitrau Fhk and Osters to morrow. S. representing tho vote for whisky: Brady is just 20 years of age and Iris bsnnie 8. Myew. For Agtlnit rr.nciNcra. bride but 17. After the ceremony, the and strongest country vlnc- - BUDlorJ, No. 1.. The purest 2A5 IK bridal party drove to the residence of Mr. " No. 2... 191 .2 gar can be had at T. R. Walton's. .114 TurneriTllle Hi F. G. Brady and later the happy couple . 63 HI Lexinoton, Lancaster and Lebanon Flour HlghUnJ Wijrcuburj....... 111 . 23 wtro treated to a grand charivari. Among HuitODTllIe 23 .224 the very bcst-- M Waters A Wearcn's. tho guests present at the marriage were .1.17 Crib Orchard... 231 KUt ...... .. 43 ti Mr. and Mrs, Harry Raney, of Lexington, Six building lots for sate between Stan- Walnut Mountain , 81 King's 47 Harrodaburg. ford and Rowland. II. J. Darst. Totali 1,161 l.aes and Mies Mamio Brady, of ooMrunx - barrels of corn in Geld O You can eel coal delivered here now for at my place, two miles from Stanford, G. 10 cents and it will pay you to lay in a A. Swintbrotd. supply. Jim IsAAca, a lirakaman (rim Gravel A convention will be held here Switch, had his wrist mangled while eoapv afternoon to express the choice of the ling can at Altatnonl, Wednesday. democracy of the county for n member o( " Fort Sale An excellent parlor Organ, the Baard of Equallzition, Eu'ey make. Tone aweet and in perfect The run loso in a cloudless sky yesttr order. Cheap, Inquire at this office. day after four days of cold rainy weather, Wn will hare in a few days the niceset and the beautiful hills never looked greener or more inviting in autumn. ami cneapest uno of chamber sets ever brought to this market. Metcalf A Fji It ia said that under an older statute the ter. drug stores will bo permitted tT take out Weaken A MENEKBEare cleaning some license to continue to sell whisky on prepure Pullz wheat; it will pay you to scription. If this is so, tho old negro's your filthy wheat and buy your seed from querry "whttt you gulne to do for camphire them. if prohibition is carried?" can be very easiyon want a Feed Cutter, buy the old ly answered, FonBALK-liJi G. P. Briehi, James M. Beszley, W. n Higgins, James Robinson, 8 8. Myers and A. A. Warren, has fixed an interesting programme, embracing among many other good things a bisket dinner, and the county chairman, Mr. R. E Barrow, has had it printed In neat form The exercisei begin at 9;30 morning and end at 8:40 1L HL -. r. m. 'I- The Kentucky Conference of the South ern Methodist Church, which has been In session a week at Winchester, adjourned Tuesday to mtet next year at Covington. tor this, the Danville district, the follow, ing appointments were made: Presidio EUer, J. W. Fitcb; Danville, E. H. Pearce and II. M. Llnney, (Mipply); Harrodsburp, J. A. Henderson; Perryville, 8. M. 8pear; Maokvilie, J. A. Caywood; Chaplin, W O. Grinstead; Liwrencebure, 8. M. Currier and W. J. DararjCamdcnsville, G. G. Ra-gaS.ilvisa, L, D. Shaw; Jessamine, W. W. Spates; Lancaster and Kirksville, 8. W Peeple; Stanford, F. B. PolliU; Richmond, W E. Arnolrf; College Hill, D. II. Marri-moSomerset, E. P. Gifford; Canton Mission, Wra. Oakej; Casey Mission, E II. Godb;; Providence, H. B. Cockrell; Gir rard Female College, Morris Evans. J. R, Deering goes to Lexington; H. C. Morrison to Highland; J. 8. Sims to Shelbyvillc; N. B. Duncan to Crrb Orchard; W. T. Eckles to Usui Green and W. B Ragan to London. n; c; Doalor'In- - GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, - TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEE1VSWARE, Confections, Tobaccos, Oigavs, 8 LAND. STOCK AND CROP Wheat is weak at Cnicsgo at 76J. A splendid Jot of milk cows to sell by Jas. E. Lynn. J. E. Btuce bought 1. of sundry parties 18 steer Calves at $11 to $17. A bull calf in Scott county, not quite 2 years old, weighs 1,800 lbs. A vineyard of one acre in O.dham county yielded 8,000 pounds of grapes. Toe Green River Colored Agricultu- le e, - ral Association meets at Colombia Ojt. G and 7. For Sale A No. 1 milk cow, with a right young calf. Inquire of 8. C. Helm or R. 3. Craig. For Sale. A good buggy and saddle horse, 1 years old, bsy, well-breand gentle Eequiro at this office. A flock t f sheep got on the track of the Grand trunk Riilway naar Furgus, Cant-d- a, and the train dashed through them, d COB. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. STANFORD, KY. kiltie G2. -- i lie honest and return those sacks you have of Woaren A Menifee. Majority.... 204 RELIGIOUS. To-da- ?r There wasgomo talk among the whisky M y, 1 and Sunday are tho Wearen A Menefeo and gl'0 men of takinfjout an injunction to prevent last chances you will have to hear Mr. them orders for your winter coal before Judge Varnon from entering the result of Barnes at Dripping Springs. The weather the election upon record, but no such atthe price advnnces. good audiences have been tempt was made and the matter waa duly has been bad, but is reported that Miss Ella Smiley has the rule, It entered. sold ber millinery establishment to Mra. At Lynchburg, Va , the First Baptist mn?'8U,U R0"tr M'"' Crt,m FKur' Ul RiDej rePre"tl". ! uulfer.ally popular An Astounding Plea. Some time ago, church, one of the finest edifices of the M. Waters, Salesman. Kate Dtidderar. fc "WEAREN. Masterson Peyton, as attorney for the es- kind in the Sauth, costing $S0,000, was ded reaction that always follows undue tate of the late The Robert Blain, brought suit icated Sunday by Rev. John A. Broadus, of excitement is upon us, and Stanford is ex against Font Fox Babbitt in Judge Var-non- Louisville, Ky. pcriencing tho dullest of weeks. quarterly court on a plain note given Ray. J. M. Evans held meetings eight Catt Johnston says it is a mistake April 25, 1870, for $07.50 with 8 per cent. and a half weeks at Morganfield and two about his opening a store. He has snch Interest. In his answer filed and eworn to neighboring churches in Union county; 1C1 an idea in view, but not at present. in open court Tuesday, Bobbitt admitslhe confession!; 128 connected with the PresbyNov: is your chance to get a bargain at execution of the note, but denies, though It is terian church and 33 with other denominaMetcalf A Foater's. Their stock is larger expressly stated, that it was given for value tions. He preached 121 sermons.-Ke- nDKAI,B8 IS received, and that the pretended considera- tuckian, and moio complete than ever before. SETT ADTKBTIHtaCilTH. Drugs, Books, Stationery and tion was illegal and void. He states that Tho Winchester Conference resolved Come and see the latest Improvement in 1871 there were three candidates for Fancy Articles. that the members of the Conference should in Water Elevators and force pumps before county attorney of Lincoln, two of whom not serve camp tneetlogB where the Sabbath FbTilclnna' prescript loni accurately compounded. making your purchase. Wearen A Mene-fee- . were himself and Blain; that an agreement is desecrated by ordinary business or by On tho Stanford A Knob Lick Turnpike Road and Also waa entered into between them that if running excursion trains, nor should they known aa the Helm Farm of the late Dr. UItcqi MSJSJSMVSjrMSjb.mnnuml'Jr. .Tl Retorts from the bedside of George Blain would withdraw from the rare, de- assist in the conduct of such meetings, Containing about 230 Aoros, Carter, who was cut by Will Murphy, are fendant would pay him $150 a year to as- where the gates are opened on the SabAnd has a com'ortabla dwelling thereon. Apply The Largest Stook of Watohes, Clocks, to the eflcct that he is doing well, and will sist him In the coudnct of the office during bath. to M. joii.xsoy. Near Bhslbr City, ii.the Olrena UomcsUad. on pneumonia seta in. The hia encumbency; that Col. Blain did withnew Catholic church at The handsome recover unless Jewolry and Silverware 1 wound is in the lunge. draw and that the note sued on was for New Haven waa dedicated last Thursday Ever bought to this market Prices Lower than the balance of the six hundred dollars, by Bishop McCioskey, assisted by 27 clerthe Lowest. Watches, Clocka and Jswelrj ReI have for into 15 Hives of Bee, 3 "which was alleged to be due on paired on short notice and Warranted. the gymen. An immense crowd was present, Cows, 1 Binder, 1 Wheat Drill, 10 bmhe's 4 illegal contract, which defendant avers and estimatedat three thousand. The ceremo- A good tenant wants to rent, for a term of ycari, of Potatoes, 1 half Norman Stallion, 1 Bug- charges was contrary to publio policy, mil- nies wore very impressive, and lasted four An A 1 Farm of 200 to 300 Acres, gy, 1 Wagon. Wish to sell at pubtlo sale itated against the publio good and waa il hours. Tho same Bishop will dedicate a Located on or near plka In ths Tlclnlty oi Danville 18th Sept. W. H. Bartleeon, Stanford. 2t. legal, null and void." In his speech in church next Sunday at Ottenheim, in this or Stanford, or in the Camp Dirk Iloblnion neighborhood Oarrard county. Land mint be good, The chestnut bell haa had its day and in support of this answer, Mr. Babbitt sub- county. with comfortablo home, good atabks, fences, Ac, ""j5KBSw-3sB- r noatly printed, its place comes n Tho total membership of the church in Address jected himself to the humiliating position V. O.noXOV, Danville, Ky. SHSsHxSSsfis When a fellow gels oil of begging the Court to condemn his owu the Kentucky Conference as reported for i'H card. something especially ancient or extrava- act as unlawful and immoral. Most any close of the present Conference year, Is 25, gant, the card is produced, upon which are other man in tho world would have paid 130, a net increase of 1,030 on memberthese words: "I am something of a liar the poor widow the amount of tho debt, ship reportod last year. The number of Ono House of 5 rooms, 2 cellars and kitchen, stable " w0i Ml1'1 ry - CVmPmssw AasSfcJ and other outbuildings, A well myself." It Is even more effective than tho rather than make so unenviabto a spectacle church bulldincs reported is 200, represent-in- c of the kitchen door; a largegood good In a few yards and garden. Tcrmi made eaiy. Apply to me on tho promts- Twenty new church 105 pastorates. bell- of his own acts, but Bobbitt, like the PhariJ. Ml. AIjFOItli. Ky. 15S.ZI Stanford, into effect see, thanks God, no doubt, that he is not buildings, erected and in progress of erecThe coiv revenue law went year. The Assessor E. D. Kennedy la like other men. Judgo Varnon intimated tion, are reported for the present Wedneedny and f young ministers received already on his rounds, ne will have about that as the note was given after Babbitt's total number-oterm of office had expired, ho must produce to the deaconate and eldership of the 100 questions to propbund to each proper-- J proof of the statements in his answer, or he church at the present conference is thir- A Powor Tiffin, O..Woll Drill ty holder and thero Is a prooauiiuy inai ne moat too inquisitive, but would give judgment against him, but teen. In perfect order, For teriaa enquire of will bs considered Every one interested in Sunday-schoo- l e?i; rrlnnrd benr his seemlne ponaing lurtner proceedings tho crowds II .mi'll l,iv riwv.m?to2iu...., lB8-, by buueuat taken to the circuit court. work should attend the convention at Rush Williamsburg, Ky. iuiperuueub... Call on 'a Cattle are dull in Louisville at 2 to 4; hogs weak it 3 to 4j; sheep and lambs active at 1 to 3 for the former and 2 to 4 J for the latter. For kale Fifteen nio, 2 year (Id steer?; also 150 bushels of Northern white rye. Apply at once to R II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. 7th-O. B. Caldwell bought a suckling sad dle colt, sired by Second Jewel, of A. L Denny, of Lincoln for $125. This colt took two premiums at the Danville fair. rParksville News. At the sale of the personalty of the laft Col. John A. Duncan aged mules brought $150 to $195; one pair mules $351; horses $100 to $100; 2 year-ol- d cattle lr; yearling heifers $22 60; cows $2S to $50; corn in the field $1.17 to $1 23; old corn $2 -- Rich mond Herald. Horses sold at Sim Oeos' sale Tuec-da- y at $105 to $170; a 5 year old jennet and colt for $132; cows at 30 to $40; heifers at SIS to $20; sheep at $2.75; hogs at $4 10 per hundred and shoats at $2 40 per head Corn in the field sold at S1.2G. E. D. Kennedy sold some Block at about the same a as above. The 225 acre farm of the late Jacob Hosteller, lying about five miles from Lex ington on the Georgetown pike, was sold at public auction for $137.50 per acre. W II. Cbeppu, the bookmaker, was the purchaser, and he will convert the beautiful place into a first-:lastock farm. Simon Wiehl bought 50 head of 300 pound hogs at 1:, to be delivered 0:t. 10 Redman sold to Proctor 17 2 year old, 1,. cattle at 4:. Lthman Brothers bought 81 cattle, ranging in weight from from 1,480 pounds to 1.040, at 1 05 and 4 cents- .- Winchester Djmocra'. Rain has intererred greatly with the Somerset Fair, though the attendence and the show has not been much effected. J, E. A J. P.. Farris, of this county, took the premium in the model stallion riny; C. L. Crow for matched mre; A. B McKluney for bull, A. M. Feland for bull calf and cow under 2 year; W M. Dodd various premiums on cattle and horses. 4t fij-urewell-know- n ss 200-poun- d GrOOB GOODS! :FLIIL IJFiIOjE5Si JOU F. WATKBK. 2 WATERS5WEAREN OR.OOBBLS.- WATERS P nay & m Mktm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- Farm JFor Rent. ir.o-3- Wall Paper, black-border- ed JRk Jbiiilt FOR RENT. Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, FOR SAM3. 2t Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. is. jtk. wvi.aj(i!jni, 2TanxoR & """y positions, nnd slowly tltey nenred tho ground in the: ORLD hut and roared acres tho bur in the early cd craft. Often, however, it looked as though roRA watches of tho night, sending great masses of thoy would ho flung back, nnd at other Edocalloa. sand sweeping in from the sea nnd for out on times wo lost sight of tho boat and thought tho sound was as ilerco as any 1 11 over her swamped. Then sho would appear onco m f)aMmantiil rinllaaa f c,'ri"rt moro, and keep on toward her goat Tho TuawiiiTiniDibiai WVIIB&B JLieXIDSKm, &7, heard. CURRITUCK JOE. w4 (I4 MeJal o all othec C.llti, VUwIHmh pmUIm. I srittaa of Wbcu I left the bar Joe prwewl m to vfest schooner mado a leo of smooth water, and JTiTrt4'. it Hk.ktlai w aeeo iinlnMltliib after a half hour of work that seemed moro him next year. aerl tn. taTicniiirapl7ta. ixi notro, hmiini wine. Af tcs my return to Norfolk I sent him a box than human, tho boat ran into this, nnd wo Tlio coast of North Carolina is not nn ma ' riu tooui vv. mm aoa Tcwtrifaf ipfciinici. one. From their earliest acqunintanca full of pi), tobacco and fishing aiul limiting sent her a cheer of hopo; but it was too soon, 3E.T'it a.A4aalM UaftrHUftJ Hot With it sailors hare shunned Capo Hntterns, stuff I had found outlio would like, adding a for the next instant a hugo wavo swept around ctftuUrt J.lti W. H. SKIT"- - "1. Lexlat too.Ujw vessel's bow, and, coming over her sklo, largo can of whisky, a beverage ho imxI when tho and many a foreboding shako of tho bead tho words n ith which they Fpeak n ctorm had wet him to tho skin and chilled cnught tho lifeboat and flung it in on tho deck. DIl. W. D. PENNY, JKTSiiiiiiiV Wo saw somo Struggling forlns, but could ef that stormy point. Tho loom of its sinister his blood, nnd only nt that time, and shortly Pftl08 Steamers. Low BaIm. DrJNTIbT, clouds is the signal to put close reefs in tho after my arrival homo received nstiapse, but distinguish nothing, for tho sprays wero driv- IContuoIcy. DETROIT,Tripe per Wk Bttweas ing between tho masts, cnvdoplng tho men as tojKaiLi, and tho skipper whoso vessel has whole-soulletter of thanks. MACKINAC ISLAND Tho first day of tho next December found in a mist. Wo also saw that thoy were getdrifted too near its desolate shore paces his kecM eyes scanning tho western mo in Norfolk on my way to Curviktwfc, and ting tho small line clear, and soon n signal deck, with ft. Omit, OikXULA Boom, Malta Chf. I reached Joe's hut ono evening just as tho told us to haul it ashoro. Wo did so, bringing horizon, nil through tho long and htonu-fllleSrary Weak Say Baiweaa stout tow-linwhich we could soo tho men sun sunk in a glory of amber and pink that a Lours of tho night DETROIT AND CLEVEUND tq tho schooner's mainmast an soon And tho winds lmvo n dllTcrcnt tono when inado tho sound look llko a vast sheet of dor- niako fast VpetUl BaaJay Trip dartc July tsd Afuat. as wo had the end secured to a heavy spllo mant flame. they surge along tho waves that roll OUR ILLU8TRATC0 PAMPHUCTf Joo was away, but thu door was open, nnd sunk in tho sand. Then wo saw them workmid furious ngnlnst its shifting sand Xatw and JBiaartUa TlaktU will b fttnUafe dunes. There is an exaltation, a victorious having stowed my traps and somo foxes I ing at tho lifeboat, and in a littlo timo sho by your Tlektl 4drM was launched, nnd a llnip form jmsseil enro-full- y shouting, in their rush, that seems to tell of a had brought for 1dm, I threw a lot of drift3 C, D. WHITCOMB, Atant, orP.m. Aftnt, Qin'l into her. wood on tho smouldering embers, nnd soon Supremo sovereignty. Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. C&. Otflce on Ijincaitcr street, text door to Ihtb-WTho men then pulled slowly toward tho North of Hattcms, nnd running southward had a glowing fire, lighting tho rudely furOETROIT, MICH. JouRKii. office. Offlce lioun from 8 tolJ A tho line, n dansrrous undertaking, M.aud 1 to 5 r. u. AntttbetlcaaJulnliterisI whtr from tho bonier of Virginia, is Currituck nished room, in whoso comers tho gathering shore by necoMnry. ns tho wind inado tho now lieavlly loaded 15.lyr. souud, a respectable shct of water, separated twilight had inado deep shadows. Joo enmo in shortly after tho flro had got boat surge fearfully, nnd tho waves bore from tho ocean by a narrow belt of sand, such down on her as though thoy would sweep well under way and gavo mo n corduU greetns defends tho entire seaboard of North CaroW. II. MILtKU. Oi:0 8.CAItrL'.STUll. lina. ThUdmnicnso sea bar for it can bo ing, and a very fnvorablo report as to the her from sight. But she battled on, and in ended nothing else h Jiot nn inviting plaeo prospects for n good two weeks' sport. Wo n short timo, though it sevtned ages to ns, of residence, nnd when the heavy northeast were out early tho next morning, nnd for reached tho smoother water under tho leo of Thlit powder nYirYrlu. A rasrrelolnurltt. galos come roaring down tho coast, there js a five days had excellent weather and lino the smnllcr jwint and was room dmwn well Moro rconomltM tronjta and wliolcionioacei. wildnoss nnd gloom ervuding it that is shooting, but tho morning of tho sixth day up on tho lieach. than the ordinary klndt. and can not t sold Wo gathered round tlw boat and I was coinpetlton with tho multitude of loir tut .ihorv brought a change, Tho sky was covered "ESTATE ruiythinir but cheerful. Wreck nro frewith n thin gray vnpor, nnd tho sun shono in shocked to see, lying iu tho stern sheets, tlio welitnt alum or phosphite powder. Eoldonly In ('mill ,nl Haiti, quent duiing tho whiter and early spring, STAM'Oim, IdMOhX CO.KV. ltorALDiKiMo I'owdrr O, cant. A ghayUy when tho groot gales nro most provalent, this liko n great red ball. Gradually tho grny-nes- s pale, still face of Currituck Joe. IM Wall Blrcet, NawYoilr LOUISVILLE, KY grew decior, and tho vajwr thiekened to cut on his head was oozing blood and there and thon tho men nt the government Olic. South Kid. Mala Hire!, ottr Hnt Nation- was tho uumktakablo sign of death's nearlife saving stations havo wet nnd stormy vns-- masses of cloud. ai HADE. Fanni, IceliullD louinof the finest Then the sun changed its huo to a dull yel- ness about him, whioh sotit a chill to my Tlio work to do. The sullen liooni of n gun will polio fihlrf. Stetk Faruis In Central Kcotiicdr, Town LoU bring tbwn forth to meet tho rush nud sting low, and slowly faded out from sight, and as heart. Tho presence of life even now was and ttmldaucct. Timber and Mineral Ijrxli for discernible by a slight twitching of tho of chilling sleet, when night's darkness lies so it disappeared tho low moaning in thonir only mu on patuiululnn. .Men's I'urnl-ililiij(,'ood. r further particulars send for rintM descripgrew wonderfully Intense. lis, the cTideuce, as I knew, of Intense sufhenry on the earth that sight is impossible. tion of tli It section and Of proitertiei for aal. "Thcr'll bo n hard blow," Joo had said In fering. Currituck bar has long been a favorite retlmt "Flung against horiinst," said ono of the reuHs from l true contentment which sort of mine, moro from a sentimental tlio early morning, and after eating tmr breakboat's crow, In answer to an inquiry. "I IndK .itA pvrfi-c- health of ttody titid mind. memory, perhnps, than from its actual fast wo strollid over toward tho seaward MILLBRSBUItQ know hu would givo hU life nw ay for somo You may posies it, If jou will purify aud pleasures. Still, I find in its wlldiubs, and beaclu ItnlijorMc jour blootl vtlth Ayer's Joe's hut was sheltered by a collection of one, but didn't think it would be for Murk iu the peculiar, seemingly V.. 31. Howard, Newport, N. H., atmosphere that U its heritage, nn antidote saud dimes, amoug which its low roof row like Ward." A stout man was standing near by lookI utfered for je ars with Scrofwrites : for thu toil of n life that has soon but few a sharper point. It stood midway between eyes. othw changes besides tho annual viit3 to its tho ocean nnd the sound, nud aUwrtwalk ing at Joe's white face wHU tear-wulous humors. After using two bottles of TtiU rorular tehool, aftor a Tear of uaparalled aue-c- i 12. H. BUKN8IDJ2, barren wastes during tho season when gamo was all that was ueedwl to reack either. HLs breast was heaving, showing tlint his Ayer's Sarsaparilta, I under nas to be found nlong its shorts. Jly jour- When wo came to tiie beach the wares were heart was throbbing fiercely, and when ho C. rolHng np its dunging sands wiUi n regular heard tho words, ho wild: neys begnu quite a number of years ngo, Thin Old Woll - Knowu AMD-- MRS. "I nni sorrj'i boys; I wish it was mo lying the life saving service had planted Its monotony that seemed utterly devoid of Hotol Still Maintains thoro instead of Joo." tempest-sweB. C. TRUE HEART, stations along the laxtch, nnd fierceness, but soon n wild, sobbing murmur High Roputution, Though curious to knuw tjo meaning of great relief. It has entirely restored mo to sounded across tlio wide eastern expanse, I.AUY I'alNClrAI., wcro inaugurated by ouo of thoso apparently Agilnofftriltitlflar public patronage. With nntnqionnnt occurrences that pass and nro and they grew moro restlees, and began to these, to me, rtrango worcli, I felt that Joo health." James Trench, Atchison, Knui., AKD Hillllln, au enlirceJ tacullr and au toss littlo erects against each should bo ntteuded to, nud had him tarried forgotten, until nu epoch in one's existence writes: "To nil pcrsous suffering from f?PirlotSr lt cuurieef ttudT, ll adurJi unuiual oprortu-nltlr- a wn'ned that other. Tlw day during its tlrbt part was a to his home. brings them out with startling vividness. Sir the edueallon of jour daughter!, Second to ao Country I.hcr Complaint, I would strongly recom"Can you get n dtorf" I questlonetL changing dreariness. Tho somber huo f tho I was nxnnlng through tho market nt Norliiftj for CaUIopie to KIW. (X. POPH, Hotel in tho State in iu Fare, mend Ajer's Sarsnparllla. I was afflicted "There's 110110 on tho bar, and no ono on sky, nud the storm sounds in the air, deei lW2m folk, lnving been called there by business, Mllloiburs. Ky. Appointmenti, or Atton w ith a discaso of tho liver for nearly two the mainland would cross tho sound cued, nnd tho great waves whk.li, while giving mo many sparo hours, im tho tlon to Comfort of years, when a friend advised me to tike gloom nbove them assumed a density that was tho answer. still necessitated a stay of several days, when their Oneati. But Joo wns already pawing beyond tho this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and soon was sadly oppressive. Occasional puff I saw some lino ducks esiOsed for sale, verit! able canvas backs, and plump n jmrtridges milled the water, nnd thoso cpiickly grew need of any man's care. As I bent over him, has cured me." 3Jrs. II. 31. Kidder, 41 where he lay In his rudo bunk, hLs eyes unfresh from a buckwheat stubble. As I was heavier and more frequent. Dtvhjht st., lioston, )lasi., writes : " Tor ?! Then Joe, ho had clambered bo the top closed, nnd a look of iiitalllgenco oanw into to start Uv h Hue tho next morning, a dislro loaratrtUl tP"u' eeoiim9datl&, reveral years I have used Ayer's Sarta-purlll- a To aty iihmo remltUi in Traielara. The liar will to become the owner of somo of tbeso took of n sand dune, cried: "Tliura sho comes," them. In my family. I never feel safo, "Is he safe!" he i hlspered. .iJori.lciiori aad Clort. of me, which their owner was quick and hastening to his sido, I saw what seemed PfXAsslou eren "Yes," I answered. a hugo wnll of white foam rushing shore-vinn- l. to nnivo. Dot:- - : t iko n pair or two of 'em; they're Then It's all right. Tell him I say it's all n' wdl Mbd Ihe -- ng and xiglrt good. Then somo shnrply driven rain drops struck right." fat and tender," ho Somi-Weekl- y Ills lyind tightened its cliwp on mlno, as I said, looking u,. at mo with eyw so full of hard on our faces, nnd, with a jtxr, tlio find Interior Journal 1 kin Jlinesj, and yot so wof ul with wrrow, that great gust of tho gale surged pas us, and tho said I would nttoHil to his nidi. Then a without It. Ai a liver nicdlclno and waves rolUl thitHdtj'rng up bright smikt lit up tin brown fuce, nnd I wns sturtlod nud did not answer inuuedi-telA J th New York World one jetr aud a "iJIuoHniM iconic." gleamed in tlw eyin, driving from them the Kenrral purlHer of the blood, It hat uo tho beach. iqtial." 3Irs. A. II. Allen, AVInterpook, Wo found shelter in a low shed made of sorrow I had seen there, and th uxt mo'They're fresh as a nor'east gale on CurriHISTORY OP TES HOTTED STATES, BhortMj i and QoIoIcn: Bonte from Oas tuck," ho went on; "I know it, fur I shot 'em wreck drift, nnd tliere wntched tho sea. It ment this sorrow had fndd in the glory of a Va., writes: "3Iy youngoit ehlUl, two KentnAj to all Point North, t, yean of age, wai taken Ith Ilowel was a gnwid and a wild tight, that tumult of grinder life. Expreniwld. ttouttd In lmbrii4 trer till, gilt, Last, Woat nnd Southwest. otSAlragoaatHlronllaiilnfiS The storm was rngiug fearfully, tho wind fine eBfrarlsK,. It "Where?" I questioned, eager to know somo-thin- s water with the wind surging OTer h, and whieh wo eouM not cure. Wo tried Ulhom.t t,ujruliBli woik sf tun klbil of the owner of luch strange oyes. there was a fuviuation hi it that Nmst U shaking tho rude hut with a forcothat seemed Ket Mix lit twcfl many remedies, hut he conllnuiil to grow In Uotj 0I IImi nJIntrjr ,vee; "Down on Currituck." felt to bo known. As wv stood watching this equal to iu destruction, but it stood (Inn mid rr4M jtara. voro, snd finally became fo redueeil In It la awnjMiwrl naw,papr tempest-iainte- d Werreerte "Where is 1 hat T picture, a man enmo swiftly I watched by the dead, sorrowing for tho loss withdraw ttila oflVr Bcbcdul, m LffKt lUj it, fleh that we could only move him upon without Dotlee, tli rtilyhi attoonce. 10 wit hm. Tho man opin-areto bo a little surprised to down tlio beach, tho wind driving him before of a tnie friend. a pillow. It vm suested by one of the W. V. WALTON, Blanloid, Ky. Tho men hail rotMrned to tho hich, to find that a eiion existed so ignorant as not it. He made for our shelter, nnd, as soon as ilix'toiw that Scrofula might he the causo to know tlrat famous locality, and then ho ho could regain the speech that tlio gale had gather the wreckage that might drift ashore, TO. a, iGTi Xo.ll Hoovji-lki'jsgavo mo the desired information. deprived him of, said: nnd it was lnte when tlie man who seemed to of the trouble. We procured a bottle of Kx. Mun. lall7 Ex. Hun, "It's in North Car'lina, Just out of Virginny, "There's a schooner trying to draw off take tho lead, now that Joo was gone, looked tTC Cotlurti.n nnd Is on of the coast sand bars." 10 am J lepra shore alwve u, but I don't think sJw can hi. ilMpu " FalsiPutti . 0 I told him that Ids cojiirndo was nt rest, "Is the game plontlfulP weather the ioiiit yonder." " CnlUlao.. '10 41 ami 10 21 pis 1 is pn am ia pn i u If you mean ducks, yes." ind asked him to send for a oollln. Joe sprang toward tho lieach. Arr. ,11 W amlio ittpm 5 " "Do you livo thoroi" "That can't be done till tho morning," he "Wo must havo tho iKMt ready," ho said. 10 p K Louisville & Nashville K. R, Lre. l.clntlHi.. .. iiJ 10 pioti i;pu, 6 IS p re "Yes. I only como to Norfolk once or twico I'arla- -. Thero were several men In tho shed, and uiid, "and I might as well help you watch. 171 ru m Alt, Wlncbritvr ,'.. U Wpn 10 It a 6 W p o e. year, to stock up. tell tho boys, for they're mighty anxious. It' THK UM.IT- I'm not a truckster; I ono asked: u wpnlltt pm " lUehtuooJ 1 ?i,ui a sad day for us, sir, for Joe was tho liest ninn couldn't be." "Do you know tho vessel H ind commenced .'ivlmr It to him. Itmrely " LaufaiUr ! A few more questions elicited tho knowledge, "Yes, it is Mark Ward's schooner. THROUGH TRUNK LIXi: " Wtaotor.t worked wonder, fir, In a khort tlnir, he I know on the beach. I'll bo back soon," and ho went WI'UI nwny. of hnw to get to tho favored land, and then I her by tho yellow square.iw her quarter." Lt H!flmiQUJ... i oopm ...... wi completely cured." 10 nut 1I returned Jn a short time, ami after gutArr. Brea.... rurchaW tho ontiro lot of his ducks, giving I noticed that the men turned their glances SO p III .... . . Sold by all Drul.ti. I.llnjjion. .. u a w . him, much to his surpriso and gratification, toward Joo, and that his faeo grew jiecullarly ting the lire in order, ho prepared somo sw . ...... which wo partook, nud thon sat down Us full price. vr, of liard and white; but it was only for n mol'rleo l?l ; ISIx bottles, S5. Noun-lVicn' As I turnod away with my prize ho said: ment, and then it assumed tho old look, only by tho glowing blaze, for tho wind was row Ko. S No II No I Prepared by Pr. J. C. Ayrr .t Co., Lowell, 'If you ovor come down that m uy and wont n strength and firmness camo to tho oyes that and chill, nud sent lbs currents throueh ovcrv Mat., U. S. A. WITH ann good duck shooting, just ask for Currimauo tuein uurn with a strango brilliancy. crack nud cruvlce. M IllrrA Ifn nr .. tuck Joe. All tho fellows ns paddle down Ho seemed more erect, too, as ho grat)d a "What Is it that links Joo's past to tho life of tho schooner's skipjierl" I isked. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Arr. Itlehuonil'lii.i 11 it a ml that way know 1110." lino that hung against the wall of thershed, Lra. lowland I thanked him, and having hired a colored nnd there was a tone of command in Ills "Thoy wero neighbors nnd schoolmates over " Lancmter ..... 7J0 a m 8 II atn! beyond tlio sound," nnswerod the man, "and boy tq carry my purchaso, went back to my voice, as lie said: ' Loulflvilio Air. 1'JchmonJ li 00 a ca hoteL "Como Iwys, wo bavojio tiwo to lose," and both likely young fellows when tho war ramn. to N'uxliiillc, .... I 10 p n 0t ami. It was two years after my visit to Norfolk, went out, and down tho beach,, battling with Joe had begun studying law, nnd Ward went Arr. Wlnttcaler 1 la n ml 7 00 an, Moiiiplila, Arr JJehmood whc4i 0110 morning tho telegraph brought to sou with hU father, tho enptnin of a coaster. Pari, the wind that almost took him otThis feet. S 20 ji ra 11 In, A (la 8 CO a w word that a ship belonging to our house hud Well, they itotli enlisted, nnd Joo was taken Wo followed, and soon reached alow build... - .. ,. .. Me Islington ... i i n should bo your crowning glory. Ayer'f Cone to jieecs just south of Ourrituel: light. ing, iu which the men who wero Joo's com- prisoner, Wnni know t this, and can-- homo lAnic Koch, l.e I'arli ........ s so n iu. s M . l 1 .n ' . ".Somo one will havo to go dow 11 there and It is said that Joo nnd ho were Hair Visor will rciloro the vitality aud panions, and lie, kept a small but scrvJcenblo wounded. 4 outb gntJitv ull tho news there is to lo found out," lifeboat. It was where a short point jutted both after the samo gkl, but tlw story Is that .llohllu ami Kicit Orlcani. A 18 pm " P intOOla color of youth to hair that has become AjriMnjt.on... 18 OOp mil 311 SlJ iVp said io stnier partner, and I immediately out just insido of a large headland, and she fnvonxl Joo. Well, when Wnrd reached thin and faded; and, whero the gland nro volunteered; for at the sound of tho name, formed n shallow, partially protected bay. homo, ho giro out that Joo was dead, and Only one chinije to points In not decayed or absorbed, will cause n new tl.VTAVII.I.K 11HAMII. thero auno before mo tho gleam or tho piteThe wind was from tho northeast, ami as this then inado up to the girl. Sho mourned for grow Hi on bald heads. ous eyes, nnd the echo of words that gradpoint reached out toward tho southward, It Joo six months or more, but, you know, a XV,,.8., " the youthful color nnd vigor ually giorv dUtinct as "Currituck Joe." Pally i ii,lr had a narrow bolt of comparatively smooth young nature will throw oil grief, and Ward 'Ei. tiua. Vz. hLr of the hair be presencd to old I arrived nt Norfolk two days niter this water bordering its leeward face 'f ho boat was very nttcntlve, nnd sympathetic, nnd .1. and tool: passago on n small steamer plying was run clooo te tills, and tho men, lying consoling, and the result was that she prom-ivj- d EMIGRANISS Me Ctirlniton. .... from Mrs. G. ne? Head the fulkm-hig3 00 Km " LviIiikiou ..... in U10 waters I wished to vidt. to have him. Norton, Somen Me, Mas. : " I have tiled bccMcg lieuiesen tbe llnoeftlili read will lerclti 7 M a in1 tispni down under tho loo of the sand iIuuch. " I'arlt ..... . Wo cam to tho place where tho first drift wntched tlio vessol to tho northward, a ho I IS a m,' A 20 p u "He hurried up the wedding, saying that ho pfclal ratr-aAjer'i Hair Vigor for tho past 30 jcars; 3 40 a 1,1 l mO'riK- ot tQM CouipaDj lar rat, reutn from tlw wreck lay, nnd found a mas.? of inado dnierato fight tot nil oiling. wanted to get back to hLs iluiont, for Ids " L'arllile.J!. .. Ptc and, although I am upwards of CO, my do', or write Ml a id 0 (IS p ui " Jolmton...., pktukhi?, torn nnd broken, and strangely ex'She can't renoh out beyond tlio point," wound win aUout well, and so they were mar-rlo41 dl 0 5 fi p iu C V ArMOllC, (i a, hair is ns abundant aud glossy " ns arnll)f..; 10 80 a m emplifying tho supreme power held by tho said one, "for sho can t carry sail enough." TIk next week Joo got liaek, Iiaving Iuitrlllr, Ky Mllpu whin I was 23.'' wrath of wind nnd wave, when brought into Tho wlwoner wo3 under short cunvas, lieun exchanged, und when ho found that lw assured, that a trial of Ayer's Hair outeation with the woik of man. Further having clcwo reefs In all hsr sails; nud ttill the had lost tho gill ho give right up and como Dalir Iall; Kz. dun fix. bin Vigor will convince you of its wi nl'tiig tlio beach ueio piled loxes nnd wind seemed to bury her In spray, us it droi o over here, and he has I hail ai Hie bar over Y THE power. Mrs. M. E. Goff, Leadvllle, Col., bales, carefully covered by fragments of the her down toward tho sand. To spread more since. 4T1 M n.HUpM " Joiiniton dock and bulwarks. "Wnrd.'aid that hotnily thought Joo was . writes: "Two years ngo, iny hair having sail was i:njossil)lc, as that already set 6 7a 1 jpa " t'arllilo ., 7 a iu, . ttnm As wo nwred ono of these, a ilgure, was strained to its utnioht capacity, anl a dead, but tho folks all think that lie truniiwd almost entirely fallen out, I commenced " .Mllleraliurc ... . 46 n id 2 80 p m roughly clad in a brown tarpaulin suit, row larger surface would bring upon It moro up the yarn just to get the girl; in fact, tliey Arr l'arlr y the uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor. H 10 a 10 my s is ,, m " lSltliJlCU....... know it, but they kecji still for the woman's fiom n sitting posture beneath a rudely power tlian it could bear. u CAa iu a 10 pro hufr Is 29 inches long, fine, strong, nnd formed tost of rent canvas, nnd I II 30 a u MO n ra lWoro "No, sir, she can't reach out lwyond tho sake, ns sho k nice nnd n good neighlw. healthy." we tho man I had met in the market nt Nop point," said the eldest man of tho group, "nud "As for Joo, ho had set his heart on her no 4 ar dallr Ui.Miri,. nnd strengthened fulk two y(rg previous. that tho lo- - just brtko him nil un. nnd ho it shoals fearfully there. I don't think there C"UU"'-"by tho mo of never went back to his old homo ngnln. Ho oryuauy czwpt Sunday. 'Thore's Currituck Joe," said my guide. is much chauoo for cither vavd or crow," Ulrrtt rocri ctiuniare inado at Wlnebeairr i Ith H( "s been n lookiu' out for tho goods." Ayer's Hair Vigor, tho hair regains its Again tho men turned towaul Joe with tho has lived on the bar ocr slneo, carrying his Chraanoalo A Ohio lor Mt. hierllne. Aibland, Tho man niqiroaeJied, walking with a curi luntftKlon, Cb.rletlon, W. Va., and strange look I had bafore noticed, but ho llsli and gamo across to a laiidln' to sell and youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. P. r.miern C1I. now nnd then ruuning up to Norfolk. Ho ous, hhuinliig gait, a though deprecating msdo 110 sign. Williamson, DaWdson College, Mecklenny adrse criticism that his npimarniK) All this time tho schooner had been draw never nwt Ward, who wont coasting ngnln as burg Co., N. C, writes: "I havo used aiifH anwso. ing nearer, driven on by tho cruel gale, and soon ns tho war wns over, until ho saw him Ayer's Hair Vigor for the lust ten yenrs. "Good morkin'," he said, lxwing awk- - slguuls for help wcro now Hung out, showing Unlay. It Is nn excellent preservative." . "Wo didn't think lw would go off to help, that her crow had given up nil hojie of reach, "dood morning, Joe," I answered, extendaPANl-OUDJoo was true grit. Ho has saved lota of but KY Tyrr the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo. ing tho open water beyond tho jwint. .ompr,nl;lirnr"tU,,,' "" 0n " ing tuy hand. J" A. Dadman, "Waterloo, Mo., had Joo, seeing this, removed his wnterprcof Iieoplo, nnd It does seem too bad that ho h.k li'Mfinvr, Ho took it hesitatingly, but my strong suit nud stepped Into tho boat. A coil of should moot his den'-whilo rescuing the his hair restored to Its original healthy D.A.FKi:r.Ev Otn.PaM. Aginu V. Trar. Pm. Agent, WALTON, ZTb sotted to icasiiuro him, and I thought small lino lay in tlio stent, Its end run through man who blasted his life." condition. lie wat nearly bald, nnd very But s it was; nnd two days nfter Hint wo that ho straightened up as ho felt it. This end ho passed to the men n gray. Ho writes: "Only four bottles of "Ho you ono of tho insurance men!" ho on shore, anil then sat down and grasped buried lihn Iu n grave mado among tho sand Orneral omcea, Coruigton, Ky. Uio Vigor were rcfpiired to restore my fspubllilikd every TucIajr Htd Kriday at the asked. nn oar. As ho did so his compunloiiH seized dunes, iu whoso company ho had jiasaod so low price of hair to its jouthful color aud quantity." "No, tho ship lielonged to our house, and the tho boat and gave her a shove clear into tho many lonely years. It was his wish that no n limffSL .1 r.tHfl ui p. 41 eargo wim consigned to us." Ayer's Hair Vigorcurcs diswater, three of them TITO DOIXAKN in with Joo. stono nor Klfpi should mark tho placo, and wo VIvlK. BMB-atidy, a rk uumu , h xaum; - - "- -held his wish sacred. , , T 'There's not much of it left for anybody," Then, with strong, steady strokes, they bent eases of the scalp, r. II. "Lot tho winds sing free ENGLISH " .said Joo. to tlieir work and tho boat shot forward just sun sliiui) across tho placo," nliovo 1110, nud tho Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I had Ttio Orldii.il nn.l only ho hail said, when "I sea that thero is but littlo; whero are tho us a loud, despairing hall camo sounding in talking of tins time, iu tho been troubled for years with n o days when wo had of 3-03mm tliut were saved f" on tho wind. thought it u long way off; and there, with tlio tho scalp; my head wns covered wllh danlilrh.." ,v"..IC.Vf 'iM.S im . . . " INI IM 4J 1.. filarial. "O0110 north. Thoro was only three; tho Nlit.uiiri '.'.T J Ull Wo looked seaward nnd saw that the surf roar sounding over his umniirkcd grave, ' .a..u -- 01' ALL CLA.3JK- Idruff, nud the hair dry and harsh. Ayer's nme,. paper. tHin,,.r ti.v,v., :::" Wd got wi!htd away by a boa Justus tho ship schooner had grounded and was lying broad-bid- o Currituck Joe sleopi iu pence; thy , sorrow ,,. Hair Vigor gsvo 1110 immediate relief, (liat wrecked Ills Wfo nnd lovn fntv.-.tt,.arutfc." NoQtly and Choaply Esooutod. to tho waves, which wero rolling on Thomas 8. Collier cleansed the scalp, and rendered the hair in Overland Monthly. "How wcro tho threo saved J" board of her in hugo masses. Their force foraalohy Vt. M L. BODBNK, Stanford. soft nnd pliable." "Oh, a boat put out to 'em, as soon 11s there was tcrrlllo nnd they soon drovo her Btern ax tislit nough to show they wore left." A Ills !.ad of S1UT.L031 nrouud, each blow making her masts trcmblo Willi a natural modesty, Joe refrained llko reeds. Tills now jKbltlon was nu easier wa wMliltr recorai(.j Tho biggest load of s over hauled yourlH,ihl)ttiMa,u from saying that he was tho man who spurred ono for tho vohsul, but tho men said tlmt sho over a road in Washington territory recently Cr..l 7 1 TO 1 anil fjlccu thy boat's crew into action, and led them inwould not last long, us the seas were growing arrived a. Bcattlo. Tliere wuro eighteen logs BY FOr.w..4rim't to Uitdr successful straggle for thoso tbreo nnd the wind still kept rising. We saw licr ranging from 34 to liOfeet in length. Tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Binntrt. w.illn cr.rjr cat I; Dr. J. a Ayec It, Co., Lowell, Masi., U. S. A. 3vcs. men clinging to tho rigging, but our main longest ones nro intended for vcwsels, masts, UrMlSrlka Aleolt A Ll.k, For sale by all Druggists. Having no special call to hurry back to interest was cantered in the boat, which was and ono has a diameter of tlilrty-siAnd tbe Loulirllle- IjEriuCleslMlCa. inches HuJtca. V. Y. Hew York, I wrote n letter to the linn, analaaaU.1 making slow progrcs.1 out toward her. It and another forty-eiginotios in tho middio. Courier-Journ- al tlio information needed to guide ouo. was n hard battle and n desperate one, for Tho latter contains 13,000 feet of lumber, and Sold b Druf jlitj. ttwm nsgurdrnfr tho iiisurancu, nnd dispatchtho total measurement Is nbout 100,000 feet tho waves came rolling in, heavy and ric ai.oo. Out year for only 83 two paper for Illtlo ing tblit tho nearest poitofllce by the boat nnd tho wind roared nlong, tossing Their gross weight hi about 050,000 pounds, wore tban tbo prlco of one. hail 'brought me to tho liar, accepted that nnd thoy ore to lie shipped to tho Athwtia their curling crest far up the sand. UTix. F UUI!'tEaAfw bTANMlKI). U, Joy's iavitation ami tpent tho next week witli But Joe nnd liii companions wero stout coast. Nw York Tribune. By HylnK ua 13 you will receive lor one year Mm Wo bad n short gale tho next night and fearless nnd- - had often been in similar HC3T0O V l, W. P. WALTON, the Propneto' your home paper with tbe tbe tioutb, democrat- lifter air arrival, but Joe calM it a baby HTAMrnun reprevntatlre newipaper of KY. .u i il cut fur a ii or on tbe publisher aLd do affair; ami as the sun shono out tlio next day Icaad fori tariff for rerenu only, and tb beat. 0fb,e.ur;v0!;!.,; """ W need the monay due ui for subscription and '. uou. loin raid tlio ehooting was good, I thought he must woulJ be obliged to all in arrears to remit at tbe prnp.r thing by tending Ibe amount of your Hie of Blege, ScziU. Kh;biInclit Jlnj; mtt m .UJ. ' trlghteit and abbsat family weekly lu tbe United ory. Seatlne opacity, gullxn, wo Hutu. Tbon wbo detlrr to rzamlue a uraple iiUiilpilun alocco VLd''"00' 0,t,'' rfc right, though tho wind that had ihook tho ltcMonabln ratoi to ood attraitiur.f. ' copy of tbe Courier-Journcan do o nt th(j oUiie, oe. Senu-fflteeUnlnttrior k Iwiral ntninl wWiBlii "7 m mt fig-tl- Hi.ttKattl.. 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