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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886100501 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. X Semi 0 lUccUri VOL. XIV. Concerning Orief. J1W Consumption. Mil Lancaster. mtfiuiL NO. 165. II. K. TAYLOK, STANFORD, KY,, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1886. Grief ought to be private, at least so much as It may be rms'ered to that end, like love, which is not to hi p uaded but reserved, and, when uncovered at all, only in some kind of sanctuary. Indeed, grief is a part of love's exparioao, and why, then, to be paraded moro than love's jov7 Nay, but to be modestly draped. 'Nevertheless, grief is more to bs allowed in public than the rapture of DfiectidVi. And thbi by common conesn'j for the most delicate-minde- d, who would hide a c tress under curtains, will not rebuko toars harshly. It Is understood that tho ono may be restrained if there bs a ruht some to do it, but tho other mt always, For a kin or an intent bok.or othsrsign ol lovo, may bs locked resolutely, hut tears rush too quickly for command. But some signs of grief ere deliberate and then offensive; among which I count the wearing of mourning clothe;, which every way are bad, for they reenforce what time should asauaf.e, and hem lie heart in the marble courts of death, when it should retreat inward to tho dwelling-root- u of memnrj ; also, they make our woe an intruder on social cheerfulness a black spot on tho bright colon of compiny. But chiefly, mourning vesture is had as an for it courts notici of a tender privacy, and blsx ins on the body what should be hidden in the heart. Grief often shows itself in it sadder way thn the grief, became the crief Is little and "the show largo, which ii debaietneut. Niy, ,hy oh servation at funerils, often I have been per suaded that the manner of grieving was set bf convention and the n mount thereof and the mourners but servitors of the fashion. For I have seen plainly many things done becauas they were expected, and even leil the neighbors should suspect a lack of due gtief -- which, indeed, is rightly to he sit'pected in such csj, fjr as Johnson says, that whenever there is real misery '.here is no recourse to the mention of it, so wherever sorrow is very sinosre there ia no anxiety to have credit for it Also this cast or flourish of grief leap! to view.' like a comprosssd bill, rebounding, in quick transition often to be uiet, which shock a sincere heart; for though the natural rebound of the heart is to bs praise l, quietne's and righteous cheerfulness aie emugh, but hilarity verges to profanation; yet after maoy cries and abundant tears, much crape and flowers and words, 1 have beheld the funeral baked moats sot forth, and all the ooinpxny seated with mirth which, though it had strong wings to rite with, hed but a heavy ami unclean bndylo my thinking.-St Batana Pull lulled TttvBtlau -- AT ami Frltlau ex- 83 l'BUANNUM.OAHH. understood If w credit thattl.80 will be pected and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Read Made Editorial Thanks, ImnJcil in nt the For one water-meloofllce we will my: "Mr. OarJenlruck, our esteemed fellow towmnian, presented us with Inrgc, lipcloti watermelon of the Plymouth Rock variety on which tie prin ters'enitol. May he llye lout rtl proi-ptr.- " In cue the melon proves to ha creen thin will he tho form: "Farmer Garden truck laid acood fird melon on our tnhfa lMtweelc. ThnnW A mall lot of new po'stoei will cull out tho following: ' Uncle Abner Htubbleplnw reirembeis ye editor wIm we o to preee with a moot Intcioun looking wri of new potatoes. We and our family expect to rev el in the fruit during the coming week, He informs us that tho bugs are doing crest damage to the vine of mtny of his neigh' bar. UccIc, you struck the printers in t spa'; inaj "your shadow never KrowUsil'' Orten corn will produce the following editorel tfJtci: "Ye scribe's fsmlly hat . been enjivlnjc another luxury fdr the last fjtir days, Mrs Deaon Cnurchdiibt havinK presented our wl'e with a cood dexsn of rosstloK cars. Such favors as thin are fully appreciated by your truly, as well m by May Mrs. C. meet bis wife and fatally. her reward is our earnest wish." This for the blj; egu: "tr''jire AppWfick laid thu larcrst sample of hen fruit on our dck one day this etk, that wo havu aver seen. lie assures us that it measure eighteen by ten feel in clroumtance. Kexi?' A luuipct will be actnowloded like UiWi "Yesterday afternoon as ye pencil puriier was buy with au unexptcted rush of jib work, who should own a iu but Mirs Ilirdlc l'istalpractice, the charming daiiuhter of our worthy fellow cititr, Colonel Pistol practice. She presented us with a betu ttful bouquet of wild tl iwera which she had plucked with her own fair hand?. Among the varieties we notlcs dindf tansy and lion, wild buckwheat, red-losuntlawers. It shall remain many days to beautify our sanctum Our wife is also pleased with I." The giver of a rib may expect this; "Oir cenial and juitly popular nefghlor, Major Porcine, having frt(Jcntly noticed the hungry look on the printer's fscr, took occsslon early Monday morning to Icite a a mammoth spare-riat our humble abxle, taken from one of his famous drove ol Southdown porkers. We and our family have accordingly been feasting on freih meat. By the way, Wtt understand that the Mejjr will accept the nomination for the Icgielituro if it is tendered him. He it the man for tho place" A turLey will inspire this: "While si ling in our sanctum eanctorlutn nbaut 11 o'clock Tnunday morning, reclining our head iu our hands, we were greatly stir prised as well as pleaded by having Colonel Whack W. Djrsey walk in with a mysterious nir and a buodle under bis arm. We had just GnUheJ our leader entitled t 'True Tariil Kiforrn ss Comptred wttb TariU Jugglery," and felt considerable fatigue, but it was immediately dispelled when the handsome Colonel dieclorel a large, f.tt turkey in the bundle which ho nsiured ui was for our 1th of July diuncr. To say that wo wore plessed but faintly exprecsed the emotions which surged through our brev'. We immediately called our wife who who even tnorejilen'td than we. It is such things as this that make life amid the ending cues of tLe newspaper ofllco endurab'o and ciuei us to keep on in the editorial harness without Colonel may heaven regard repining. may not ba out of placo to inform you' It our many readers that the C)lnnel's friends expect the coming legislature to elect him to the United States Senate, lis seems to be the unanimous choice of our people. We predict that he will get it on tin first balln the-rfchfira-wee- The put five years haye brought this tropical fruit into such repute in the Northern States and Canada as to make it a strong competitor with northern growing fruits. The banant is a fruit that manv donotfavorupontheCr.it trial, but each succeeding oue is sure to bring it into in creased favor, and time only strengthens its hold upon its frtands. It is regarded as a moit healthful article of diet, as well as a delicacy, and the consumption increases from year to year. The binunas sold in this market are grown in tho West Indie, the Isthmus and Central America. The ports of shipment are A.pinwall, Port Llmon, Biricoa nnd the Island of Jiraalci There are tutu varieties red and yellow. The red banana coins from Uiracoa, nnd nro really the richest and host flivored fruit; but they only average about seventy five to tho bunch, while the Jamaica and Port Llmon -t- he yellow will average one hundred ind twenty five. This makes the yellow variety the most profitable to the retailer, as first cost cf the bunch is about the.ssme in each case, The yellow varieties now como mainly front Port Llmon on the Costa Kicsn coart, where large plantations haye h:en set out within n few years, and bio producing onormoutly. The Aspinwall plantations hare deteriorated lately owing to 'ack of labor to care proparly for them, and the fruit has deteriorated in conso-qu.ncThe ports to which the cargoes areebippsd nro New Orleans, Biltlmoro Philadelphia, New York and Boston. New York furnishes the most of tho stock shipped to this market, and arrivals are Increased rapidly in amount. With tho exception of a short season in midwinter, this market is continuourly supplied with this fruit. Tho banana is a wonderfully productive plant, it being estimated that land which will produce 1.000 pounds of potatoes will produce 44,000 pounds of bananas. It is citimated that land sufficient to crow wheat enough to feed one man, when planBeted to bananas wilt feed twenty-five- . sides its fruit the banana plant is made available in other ways. Its young leaves are cooked as greens. The old leaves are filled with an acrid juice which stains white an iudelihlo black or dark brown. The fibers of the leaves make a textile fab ric of great beauty, known as a fiao kind of grass cloth, A plantation will yield all the year by timing the planting, although the crop is much more abundant at one njaaon -- Caioago Mail. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. OLOOAN COUNrV, tsa Candfdate or the office ofSuperlnundent of Public Instruction, subject -C- apt. E. W L'llard, bmgbt of R. S. iv iui itmocuiie oiaie uonvention. Hseeldena lot on Lexington avenue for ?(J00 nd will bvin the erection of ndiell-in- . $25 Reward ! Stolen, from my pasture oi tbe Somerset road, 7 miles from Crab Orchard, on Menday night, tb 20th Inst., alloht bau mine, aboat 15 hands Kh, 8 ytars oid, has a scsr on left hip like a burn; small white spot on left side made by saddle scald. I will give a reward of $21 for her return to rrc. IITi?. IIAJCXESS, 10M Postofflte, Crab Orchard, Ky. houie at once, FOR SAM2 ! store-rom- Muriate licences were Issued Inst week Biker and Miss Alice Naylor; 8 H. Unit, of Lincoln, and Miss Lulu B. - to Wolford ' e. Denton, of this county. Brotber Earner bejlns his meeting the Coiirt Hoimo Wc Inesday afternoon. Tnifl is c flicial Mr. Barnes' many friends in this community will be glad to know of his return here, to hold a meeting. M!s Nell Dnncsn is ill of fover. Mr. 8un M. Anderon end wife, of Louisville, are visiting the former's psrents near town. Mr. Will Harris ha returned from "West Virginia, where fofseveral months past he has hsen employed as telegraph operator. Ol. W O Bradley has mounted the raging stump in fnvor of prohibition He made his initial speech Thursday evening at the court eoiisB to a large and attentive audiencs, who wero hizhly pleased with the Ciloncl's address. Ho was followed by Judge M. II. Owrlev, Gen. . J.Landram, L. F Hubble, J W. West and Attorney Herndon, who made short speeches for the temperance cause. Oa lsst Wednesday about two miles from Lvnchburg, this county. Eb Coolev killed Geore 8cott with an ax. The par-- ' ticulars ss we learn them ore ps follows: Coley and Scott were at the home of a neighbor and became engaged in a difficul ty, probably over nworaan Cooley to avoid trouble left the plsce and went some distance awnv, hut was followed by Scott, who renewed thp trnub!i, when Coolcy struck him sevenl times with an ax, inflicting wounds from which ho died the nr xt day, Trew were no eye witneses to the deed and the above is Cooley'a own ver sion of the nffair. ne surrendered himself to E quire Walker end will have his examining trial Tuesday, when it is quite likely he will he acquitted. Both men wtre drinking at the limp of the difficulty and both were reputed to be fenrless men. Cor oner A. O. Burcside held an inquest on the remains last Friday, when the jurv re turned a verdict that George Scott came to his death from wounds irfl'c'ed by an ax in the hands of Eb Cooley. A valuable Stock Farm containing tfv? Acvph situated 1 mllo from Crab Orchard on tbe Stanford pike. s The two new wl rooms over same, iuniiDioru,oacoainaiae or Main street, built by I am dally opening an elrgant llnool Fall MillinOwsley A Hon. Also tho brick residence In which ery, Including all OIVHTjEY. at I am now living. JOt-Stanford, Ky. The BiiXiiiirarjQR'sr. II J.Ji. Latest Novelties of the Season. A Alio Notions, auch as Handkerchiefs. Collars 1m Co!&' Kuctog. Corsets, Bustles, etc. You will nnd me at the rooms lately vacated by eml-lo- y A Warren, next door to tho Myers House. good tenant wants to rent, for a term of years, i M-2a- An A 1 Farm of 200 to 300 Acres, HA TB J VDDKitA. It. Located on or near pike In the vicinity of Danvllls or Stanford, or in the Camp Dick Itoblnron neighborhood, in Garrard county. Land must be good, with comfortcble house, good stables, fences, Ac. Address V.O.IiOX Ot, Danville, Ky. MACK BItUCE'S MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel is still maintaining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to tho traveling public. well-knom Buggy & Implement House. I have now JI' '' XmrcOMB, at. Vernon, Ky. Pro'r, A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills nnd other Agricultural Implomonta, Besides a Town Isot JFor &ale I As representative of Mr W. H. Anderson, IoOer for sale privately his neat brick house and lot of r,7.n57f,0?.?2mcrMt Avenue In Stanford. The place has all the necessary lmnrnm,iii. ,.;.., TVfrid",r,M.0 one Cal1 on or address me at Full Lino ol Buggies- - and Wagons Always on hacd. In connection with my plement business, I will also carry a Im- rcgird 162-- " toll. J -- U. XcROIJEIlTS. Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. G. EsXiXAS WHOLESALE 22 West Swan Street, BRO. W. Prices on everything as Low as auy oue. I solicit a share of your patronage, "2-tv- r TIMBER & LUMBER, BUFFALO, Ash, Bed Respectfully I. 31. nilVCE, the Y. BoxjjairE!. FROM VrjlESCK fur White A,n, Black Cherry, Poplar, Butternut. ?be,tD,Sl'..0ic: M'PO' Hickory, Walnut. Quari White and Ked Oak and Sycamore. 153-l- !ic9jM t No Trvcer Returns Sick! Southern Asent, Stanford, Ky. pe L.iuisGlohs-DeaioTa- t. Things Worth Knowing -- Consumptive night areata may ba ar rested by sponging the b)dv at night in salt and water A half teispoinful of sjda In half a cup of water will relieve sick hsidiche ctused by indigestion. A fever patient is co)led off and made omforUble by frequent spsnglcg with warm soda water Warm mustard water hhould be given to one who has accld'ntly swallowed poison; this will ciue vomiting; after (hit give a cup of strong coder; that will cointiriel the remilning effects. When going from a warm room out into the cold air close your mouth and breathe through your nose lo prorcat taking cold. A hard cold is ofttlmts cured by a cup of hot lemonaJd taken at bjdtime, as it produces pernplr.ition Teething children may ba relieved of convulsions by being immersed in n. warm bath, and cold water applied to the head. For croup or pneumonia bruise raw on ions, lay on a cloth with powdered gum camphor sprinkled over it, and apply lo the cheat and lungs, and cover with hot flannel. This is u stiro cure if taken in time. For nervoui hoadscbe, when the pain is over tho eyes and the temples are throbbing, npply cloths wet with cold wa ler to the head, Mid hollntln to the feet. The juics of red onions is n perfect anti dote for the sting of he, wasps, hornets. which is etc. The filing of the houuy-be- e, alw tys left in the wound, should first be re Ladles' Home Journal, moved. The process of mummiGcatlon varied in different countries at different periods and in diflerent parts of tho same country, but nowhere did the process petrify the corpse. "The mummies made at Memphis are black, dry and brittle, whereas those of the hsst Thebin epoch are yollnnish, Usxlble, indsoa'astiothattheflash yields to the touch ofthelingir an! the limbi may be bant without breaking -t- his exquisite softness and ehalchy have been attributed to the in iction of costly chemical liquids into the veins, whereby the eubitance of the flesh was preserved, The most expensive method f ombilraiug, which C33t ahjut $1 200, wis as follows; The bratus were in put removed through the nostrils, by meins of a bsnt iron implement, and in put by the injection of drugs. The inteitinos haying been drawn out through an luoislon in the leftside,theabdomen was cleansed with palm and other nine, filled with myrrh, c materials, and the opening was sewed up. This done, the body was steeped eoventy days in a solution of citron or natron. After the steeping the body wat washed and handed over to the swather.i by whom it was bandaged in gummed doth; it was then ready for the coffin. This natron pro cesa destroyed the flash, leaving only the elin and bones. Dr. Birch gives 700 A. D as the date at which mummlficntlon practically ceased." Some Curious Funeral Customs, In the Roman empire, the body ivis invariably burned. The Mohammedins bury without a coffin of any kind. The Greeks sometimes burled and sometimes burned their dead. In India, the devoted wife formerly at cended her husband's funeral pyre nnd perished in the flames. The music continuously sep'. up at the Irish wakes used to be for the purpose of warding off evil spirits. The Greenlanden bury with a child a do;, to guide it in the other world, eay-in- p, "a drg can find his way anywhere." Tho Australians tie the bands of the corpse, and extract the finger nails, that the dead may not scratch his wsy out of the grave. The Russians place in the hand of the corpse a paper certificate of tho character of the deceased, to be shown to Peter at the gate of heaven. The North American Indians buried with the corpse a kettle of provisions, bow and arrows and tnocctsin?, with pieces of deer skin and sine js of deer, for the purpose of patching the moccisioB. Toe Chinese ecuter paper counterfeits of money on the way to tho grave, that the evil spirit following the carpio may, by da laying to gather them, remain in ignorance o' thu locuity of the rave. They also stutter in tho wind, above the grave, paper and other serimages of the sedau-hearevants, that they may overtake tho soul and set in his service rs In these tight times each buyer should consult NEWPORT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI his own lntertsts. Why should you give one merchant A0c for an atttcle when you can buy the -- THEsame thing from another tor 40c. To do this Is not Justice to yourself or family. In tbe next place, you should be sure to get good articles. Poor good are dear at any price. Nowhere Is this more so than in Medicines. Yo u might ffs well pay 50c an ounco lor saw dust as fo inert medicines. Bourne lias lust received bis large stock ol MedISonto icines or all klndn. Every article fresh from the roa manufacturers. He now has the nicest and cheapWashington, Philadelphia and est selection of fancy goods, show case articles, Ac, Ac. The celebrated I.imire's Spectacles and eye Now York. glasses a specialty. The bsst brands ot mixed Tho only lino running paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, sewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' rULLMAI, KLiV SLEEPING CARS The public debt was reduced $10,627,- - goods, chrouios. frames, lamps, brushes, looks oi all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for the AMD 013 1 in the month of September, dear grandmas, mallen mints and tbe smartest baby in the business-- all at VBOM An Invocation to Imogen, Dr. M. L. Bourno's Hew 'Drug Store. Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington. Kr. Written lor tbe Interior Journal.! Stanford, Ky. to Washington City, Coroe go with rae to some far Souther dime, Connecting in the same depot with Whtro summer skies bond down to kin tbe Ulill CWtlEO 1 I0BTE Kcntuckj'rt East A SOLID TRAIN seat, Where all the yran the Udelesi dowers are fanned Br nectar laden trlogs of hooey bees. There by th wlllor shaded brooks we'll tit, Kntranced with lore, beneath a cloudless iky, And listen to the murmuring gales that bear From off tbe foam frlugyl wares the seaMrds' Ague Cure IS WAnitANTED to cure Fever and Acne, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Ulllous Fever, Dengue (or "Ureak-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and nil diseases arising from Malarial poisons. Ke-mttt- AYER'S The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Noriolk and all Vlralnla ind North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, apply to your nearest ticket office or address W. W.Mon. roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. 2d Vice President. Fast Trains for Now York. err. Toers I'll tell thte Qcn'l Pass'r Ag't. Louisville, Ky. ot a love born not of earth; A lore too tender for aught else but thee; Deep rooted in my heart, dear Imogen, And constant as the rotr of wind and su. Come now while stars their silent vlrglls keep, And night with sable wing our way enfolds, To shield us from tho vulgar gmof those Who nerer knew the Ioto ot trusting souls. Come wblto tho moon from yonder shaded peak, A ball of molten si ve r. softly glides, And sheds a shimmering sheen o'er all the rugged "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. "For eighteen months suffered with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies I Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, , unr.. recommended to cure, used a hottlc ofAyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. I Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. And over all tho rugged mountain sides. Corns now I can cot wa t Ths dull hours of the rjhfht Pass all toj slowly when thou art afar, I'll send this message oa the orenltig breeze, And write It on the blazonry of moon and star, IIksjik ltaams. LouIstIIIo, Kept., 1835. EDWIN HARPER." Mass. We sre opening the most curefully selected, tbe nnestand best atock of Pr. J. rnEPAHED BY C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. PIANOS AN3 ORGANS 25 Ever brought to this city. Every instiument Is the pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to percent, lower tnan other dealers atk for the aaine gooda. Persons ot musical nnd art culture are invited to an inspection of tho beautiful, cultivated, refined tono and artist designs ot these celebrated Instruments: Bucken's Arnica Salvo The best Sa'.va la tho world tor Cuts. Bruise Sorea, Salt Rheum, FoTcr Sores, Totter, Chapped Ilunds, Chilblains, Corns aud all Skin Eruptions, and positively cured Piles, or no pay req ulred, I, Is guaranteed to glTO perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Frico 23 cents per box. For ealo by Penny A MoAllster. Can Be Done ? Dy trying again and keeping up courage many things seemingly lmposslblt may bo attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Llrcr Complaint have btcn cured by Klcctrlo Bitters, after everything olso had been tried In rain. Bo dou't think there la no cure fjr you, but try Electric Bitters. There Is no medlolno so safe, so pure and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Eldncys. Invaluable In adVctlons of Stomach end Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. Largo Bottles only 50 cents a bottlo at Penny d McAllster. U ' H hw .SiSgfeai. Best Newspaper in America, Tho World-rcnowiimons Decker cil KiiaJjc, tho Fa Son, erett nnd tho Reliable New England Pianos, The Celebrated Olougli and Warren and the John Church & Co. Organs. Please coumunlinte with us for catalogues, term nd prices. . Jb Ij. COOK, Special Ag'ts, the l'oimlar Ev- find by far tho Most ReaJabic. lihat Agonta wanted everywhere to earn money in distributing the Sun's Premiums. The most interesting and advantageous offe-s- . vermade by any News-papMo ai Subscriber ignored or neglected. oil. Stanford, Ky, Or ROSE R. RICHARD, Referencfs- - A. B. Penny, Mrs. LM. Carpenter, J, M. Philips, J. M. .Mooro and James Beaz-leStanford; Mrs. Alogglo Holmes. Crab Orchard; Oen. tV. J. Landram aud .Ml 33 Lizzie Ky, 133-l- It. J. y, Something for ot.''-! lack's 8un. lunoti-ubte "I have male it a rule through lib," said a innyboijy at the the er day to tho man on his inft, "never to meddle with another man's business." right," wen the re"That's rUht-pirfe- cily ply. "Hut I see you Inyo a uow confider-tl"He's a clerk " "Yes, sir-y- es." case. I've seen him drunk a don- on time;, and I wouldn't trust him out of sight with a nickel. Took him nut ol charity -- oh?'1 "Well, not altogether, yon know. Ha happens to be ray oldest sonl" Then there was a period of silence so pain-fthat both wished somebody would yell "Fin " to hreik It. N. Y. Ledger. othal hard-lookiul . j "Ye,"sald the chairman sadly, "our temptratioe meeting last night would have been moH successful if the lecturer hadn't " "What did he dt.?" bten absent-minde- d "lie tried to blow the foam from a glasi of Blngharapton Lctder. svatv. Five hundred million dollars was represented at the wedding of Miss Rita Armstrong aud Mr. A 8. Drextl, the b inker's son, at iKlWron, Long Branch, the othrr day. Among the presents was $500,000 to the bridegroom verv common theme ol conversation among travelers is tho question of whether nr tint n rar rid, esuier in the middle than above the (rucks. Ose of our railroad contemporaries eome timo ago published tViP nuMeM. nnd took the an H...W.W M ... M.. urttnla nn ground that there could ba no difference, unless tho sills and framing of a car yielded like the buckboard of a wagon. There is certainly no yield to car silts anu training; yet every old traveler avoids the seats, and i specially the steeping oerms, nooe ih trucks, and old travelers generally know what the? are doin. If the partf !.. t.t.tArl t.i t tie pa saM lift fin tHfTflr en'ce in the motion in different parts of the bau ever crosseu me siormy Biioe ocean in a moderately longateamerhemight have received some enlightment, especially urged him to find the point if that there motion. It ia.well-knowof least motion amidshipi than there is nt is s the stem or stern, and less motion at the bottom of the vessel than is on deck. A car acts in a similar way. Anything defective about the track jerks the wheels, which transmit the irregular motion to the truck, and that in return to the body of the coach -.- Railway World. A ....-j.- --, Beautiful ami Substantial Proiniurcs in Btandanl Gold and othcrWatches.Valuable BookH, tho BcBt Family Sowing M'cMno known to tho trado, and &nuncqualed Hat of objects of roal utility and itutrnoUon. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused In tbe vicinity of Paris, Texas, by tbe rcmarkabto recovery of Mr. J. K. Corley, who was so helpless ho could not turn In bed, or ralae his bead; everybody tald he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. King's Now Discovery was ajnt him. Finding re lief, hs bought a large bottlo and a box of Dr Klng'sNew Ufa Fills, and by tbe time he had taken two boxes of P1IU and two boxes ol the Dis covery hs was well and bad gained in Ucsh thirty-six pounds. Trial bottles ot this Croat Discovery for Consumption free at Penny & McAllsters Rates, by Mail, Postpaid: DAILY, por Year (without Sunday) $6 OO DAILY, por Month without Bunday) 50 I 00 SUNDAY, per Yoar FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 I 00 . . WEEKLY, per Yoar Address THE SUN, New Tork City. ill a MISSISSIPPI from R. w ... The dlroct through line and old established route Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and all points in the West. '. Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulsvillo to St. Louis, Threo (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St. Loula. Only 10 Honrti from Louisville and Cincinnati Louis. Tho Only Lino by which you can got a Through Stooping Cur From Clncloati to St. Louts The most popular Weekly imreMpor deioted tosc lencu, mechanics, encineenng disooverlea. inventions and patent evar published. Every number illustrated with splendid engraving, This publication furniiheaa most valuable encyclopedia nf information which no person should be without. The popularity of the Bcrcrano Ajikmcax ia such that its circulation nearly emiatetbat of all other paper of IUtUm combined. Price. t&3 a br all newsdealer. If ih, tlrount toUlobs. Hold 301 Broadway, M lN.N 4 CO., Publisher. No. N. Y. Sionn a vo. nava ff ATPF Sal ,, tot, cr ess n halo becu given the Agincy of Dr. Marchlsl'a Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money 'refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 80c a box. Torsaloby Penny A McAllster, Druggists. we rot no Positive Cure for Plies. peopled this county we would say that tho only line TVlA KJ Rr TVT lthrough from running ' Louisville and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roads. Tho Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial HIepln Cars on night trains: Luxuriant Parlor Cara on day trains; Elegant Day Coach-e- a on all trains. Direct and close connections are made In UNION DEl'OTd with diverging lines by the 0. A M. 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One Hundred T ,nn,l Afmlh'Ationa lop natenu la the Pnitcd btstea and fnreienconntriea. """J V3Eght Thirty-ryena' a yraiuce CUclUB&tl, 0. Phil, Sheridan and the Cowards -- Tudu wuttt; hu guiie "dry" by a ma. Said Gen. Phil. Sheridan, talking Ike jority ot about 1.000. Tnirtythree more Union soldiers are other day to a fow friends "A few months mnlovtd in the Pension Burem under a previous to the battle of Minion Ridge the democratic Administration than were to bo division was just entering on an engageStanford, Ky ment in Tennessee when, to our astonishfound there under the republicans. Mrs. Craig Alexander, the wife of a ment, I saw several junior commissioned w. P. formerly wealthy cititjn of 8t. Louis, officers fall out and leave the line and their officers lead the compajumped irom the roof of her son' house Sunday and was instantly killed. Her hus- nies forward. I had these little Captains DEHOCBATIO TICKET. The Hon. Jefferson Davis ha written a band failed in business, became insane and ana tnetr lieutenants arrested at once. Tor Conjre letter in which be brands Gen, Hhsrman aa his wife's mind waa soon afterwards aflect The next day the division was formed in a a "falsifier and a slanderer." The General, ed hollow square with my little cowards in .TAMILS II. McOREAUY. also. however, falls back on his dignity and says the centre. 'Boys,' I said, 'I won't disgrace 01 Madlion. COUNT t, DANVILLE. BOYLE he will not notice the production, as his you, insult you not a man of you by reputation cin not be hurt by Mr. Davis Mrs. Harris has removed her millinery asking you to receive the swords of those, Ir tho pesky Inteiuor Journal man On the other hand we do not believe that establishment to the room over Holmes' puppies standing there.' I told 'em I was should ever speak kindly of us we should the General can hurt Mr. Davis bv lying grocery. going to send for my nigger boy, and I did. make trtcfcs for the other side of the Ohio on htm. Messrs. G.W.Welsh, Sr., and G. W. He took the ewords and carted 'em off Tho ivomlorftil Puin-Cur- or haa over DjnvilJe Tribune. river. Capt. David There is no prospect of an amicable Welsh, Jr., have returned from a business That settled one thing. After that my of. known. effects disA. Murphy, the profound and erudite edit- settlement of tho trouble in tho 3rd trip to Kansas Citr. Mr. B, F. Pnillips is fleers fought like dogs and devils. They or of that sterling and incomparable sheet, trict and Halsell and Rhea will run to the in Newport, called there by an accident to did. Why, on the Ridge I lost 132 tho "real Dmville Iribune," ia a natural end to be beaten by a republican, The his littlo daughter, who fell and broke her officers more than the wholo French arborn Rfntlemnn, too modest to sine his own parti's interests should not be allowed to arm. my lost in the battle of Solferino."-rC- aipraises and too magnanimous to offend a Buffer at the hands of such men and a good Hon. A. G. Talbott is constantly re cago Tribune. contemporary. He is besides a "crippled democrat ought to be nominated over both. celving additional endorsements to hit Why Tailor EonutTx ia Down on Federal eoIJitr, aa badly crippled aa if he Emmett O. Logan, editor of the Louis application for minister to Austria and NEwsrArcR Men. -- "I don't yant nodings had lost an arm or a leg upon the battle ville limes, has had another boy added to will in a few days start to Washington to to do vid dem noosbaper vellers. Dsy ish field," and the rebel democrat who would hit family. His is the kind of a tribe we present his claims to the President. too schmart, all de vile." strike bim, metaphorically or otherwise, like to see increated. Tho vote on the proposal to take $25, "How's that, Schmlti?" MEHCIIANT TAILOR. would knock his own grandmother down 000 stock in the Louisville Southern rail"Veil, de oder day von noosbaper man mores of current old womin for tho fun of seeing the poor road In exchange for city bonds to that gums my blase in undt he zays, 'How is scramble to her feet again. Some people -- The democrats of Manachustts nomi amount was carried Saturday by a vote of de vail vashlons, Sshmlttlt?' Undt I says, -- I hi?e and till rcelrto( have been mean enough to call bim a nated John F. Andrew, of Boston, for gov- 403 to 1. The full vote ot the town is from 'Bretty moch de same. Vant a suit?" "crank," but no one who has ever read Sat ernor. " 'Vy,' he says, goats ish vorn longer dish 650 to 700. Lovingood would apply that term, when Gage A Co., wholesale milliners, ChiJudge Morrow closed the la'.e term of month aa dey vaslast month, ain't it?" the author furnishes one so thoroughly ap- cago, have assigned, with liabilities of the circuit court with tho esteem and res"And Ixays, "No, ala't I dailei? Don't Comprlilbn tbt best ta lbs aikt, which will U plicable and eo genuinely descriptive. $760,000. pect of everybody. Courteous but firm I know my drade?" Gotten Up in Stylo and Make Seoond to Bono in City or Country. "Words fall us to express our admiration of A rough, named Ike Taylor, from Mad- with all, and impartial in his rulings, he Un't he says, 'I pets uit oflergoat.' Unt tho man. He is in thort the apple of our ison, was killed in a general fight in a snide has loft the impression that Le is indeed to iHy.'Allei right."' Giro M o a Trial. eye, the pink of perfection and a first-clashow in Jessamine. "Did he prove It?" be the head of the court and that lawyers r judge of good whisky. Now git for the Johnnie Campbell, aged 13, was killed great nor small need not expect 'to "run" "Veil, he gots undt allamach ndt shows other side, youson-o- f by tho accidental discharge of his gun near him. how Beptomber haf dirty tays undt OctoHarrodsburg Saturday. Mr. D. T, Fackler has gone bade to ber dirty von. So de goats vu yorn von The cornerstone of the Caetom-Houwaa laid at Louisville Saturday afternoon One tboueand additional bricklayers the Advocate office, taking the place of Mr. tay longher dish month. So I hafo to makes by Congressman Willis, after a ehort but are wanted for the next six months, at James F. Zimmerman. Mr. Fackler's late und eeexty-fif- e toller oOtrgoat, gost me partner, Mr. W. B. Nichols, is now associ- voefteen tollara. I hafe no youse vor dem appropriate speech by Senator John Sher- Charleston, at $4 or more a day. Cbinn, of Frankfort, haa ated with Mr. Walker Fry In the Job print-in- s noosbaper vellers." man and one by himself. There was but The Wasp. been nominated for the State Board of onestablishment on 31 street. Mr. Zim little enthusiasm and the Iatter'a speech A young lawyer of Ellaville, G., bantermerman thinks of going to Texas. Judge ly got an occasional "clap" by tho men Equalintion In the 7th district. DEALEK IN. ed a young woman at a social gathering to Captain Theodore 0. Tracie, a well F. F. Fox, of Louvisville, is in town. seated on the platform. It Is evident that marry him. To his evident surprise she Mr. "Willis is not popular with the masses. known Louisville journalist, died suddenAlbert Bailee, charged with murder of told him to get the license. He wouldn't His strength, and it is considerable, is prin- ly in St. Louis of heart disease. Joshua Bell Caldwell, was on Saturday be bluffed and got the license at ooce.whlle The fellows who boycotted the whole- night found guilty of manslaughter and cipally among the mugwumps and men others of the party sent for a clergyman, who mix their politics with religion. The sale stationery kouee of Baughman Bros , given three years in the penitentiary. It Is lit knew nothing of the joks and when the contest for the Congressional nomination is Richmond, Va., have been indicted. said that at first C at them were for murder pair walked into the parlor arm in arm he A Washington county man, Owen with 3 for the death penalty and 4 for imthe hottest in the city's history and the inthought it strange that the spectators laugh dications sre that the vote will be close, Simpson, blew out the gas on retiring in prisonment for life; 1 for 21 years in the ed. But he began solemnly, while the nar-t- y faLouisville and then lay down and died. with chances considerably in Carulh'a penitentiary and one for 2 years and 1 for wondered which of the two would weakSleigh Riders got In their first fun at acquittal. It will be remembered that the vor. His friends are, however, not near bo en first, and the contracting parties each confident as a few weeks ago and betting is Sheboygan, Mich., Friday, the snow-fal- l killing occurred on the 15th of March last, wished that the other would ask the minis nearer oven than it was. "We hope and be- there being sufficient for the amusement. in the old College campus, batween 8 and 0 vnen me nrsi question was Joseph A. Wagner haa been appointed o'clock at night, and that the accused was ter 10 stop. lieve, however, that Caruth will get there. asked the young man concluded that the Pension Agent in place of The Supremo Court of Virginia hs de- resigned to rua for governor R L. Taylor, at the examining court committed without affair had gone far enough and he broke of Tennc38ee. bail, but afterwards released by Jadge Ows nied the petition of Thomas J. Cluverius and fled, much to the young In Monroe county, III., Eddie Clark, ley on a $5,000 bond. He was indicted at ranks W. n. MeKINNEY, for a new hearing, and unless the Governor relief. aleamca. aged 17, shot and killed bis sweetheart, the lata term of tho circuit court and the se JOIIN imiUHT, interferes he must hang. It will be reThe following is Artemaa Ward's descrip Melissa Fults, not yet 15, and killed him-kei- f. lection of a jury began Thursday morning. membered that Cluverius was convicted at Bailee was prosecuted by R. C. Warren, of tlon of why he courted Bstsy Jane: "There Richmond of throwing his cousin, Miss Thhe Hon. Samuel J.Rindall was re Stanford, Messrs. Harding and Yerkes, of were many aflsctin' ties which made m Lillian Madison, into the reservoir, the reanominated for Congress by the democrats Danville, and Commonwealth's Attorney hanker after Betsy Jane. Her father's farm son for the murder being that he had seof the Third Pennyslvania district. There Herndon, of Lancaster. The dofeuso was joined ourn; their cows and ourn rqueoch- duced her and that exposure waa eoon to was no opposition, represented by Capt. P, B. Thompson, of ed their thirst at tho same spring; our old result by tho birih of a child. The cue mares both had stars in their forreds; the Col. Hawkins, the man murdered in- - Harrodsburg, and Messrs. Jacob, Breckincreated widespread excitement at the time Mercer, was me latner or me young man ridge and W. O. Goodtoe, of Danville. It meszles broke out in both families at nearand although after a trial of a month no (Bat-awho was killed by Robert Pulliam in Har- is understood that no appeal will be taken. ly the same time; our parents IMltt !dI1 Una of direct evidence against him was adduced, Jane's and min) slept regularly every rodsburg a few years ago. the chain of circumstances connected him if 7. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Sanday in the same meetin'-housand the Judgment for $2,600,000 has been givso fully with the crime, that the yerdict of Quarterly Court to day; very littlo bus- nabors used to obsarvo, 'How thick the en against O.'car Baldwin, defaulting cashdeath was received with general satisfacier of the Mechanic' National Bink, New-war- iness transacted; email crowd in attend- Wards and Pesiles air.' It was a sublime tion. sight in the spring of the year to fee our N. J,, now in prison. ance. We were surprised from the reports A valuable find of gold is reported The fihow had a very good crowd Sat- ssveral mother's (Botey'sand mine) with received from it to find tho Exposition at from British Columbia, near the Alaska urday, and waa pronounced by those who their gowns pinned up so that they could Louisvillo so comprehensive and complete. not site 'em, efleckshunitely bilin' soap to line, and it is said $24,000 of tho precious attended to be very good. The display is not quite eo large aa in for- metal haa Miea Susie Brown started last Saturday gether and aboosin' their nabors." been already taken out. mer years, but nearly everything is repre-- Consul Tanner reports that the pro- to Ash Grove, Mo., accompanied by her There is something primitive and resented and the amusing and instructive, duction of beer in Germany in 1S85 was sister, Mies Georgia, as fir a3 Parksville, freshing about the enforcement of the law MWa'-- V much larger than ever. Pain's features Rre gallons, or enough to make a Ky. Mrs. Sallie Maret, of Garrard, was in Japan. A young woman of 18, who was fireworks la an attachment that is very pop- lake one mile square and 6 feet deep. visiting in town yesterday. accused of poisoning her hutbind, was V4 ular and is decidrdly realistic of the scenes The commissioner of the Rockcastle found to be entirely innocent, but the pop Mr. Samuel 8. Hamilton, sheriff of preceeding and happening nt tbotlmeof the of land last ulaco had made Jefierron county several years, and at the circuit court sold two tracts up its mind to enjoy the destruction of Pompeii by the eruption of , time of his death a prominent business Saturday in Knox county. The land was old fashioned administration of the "Ling the volcano. The art display is very fine known a's the Brafford land; one tract of Cm" punishment which consists of chop. man of Louisville, met his death last week a and tho show from begining to end ia well 106 acres sold for $507.50 and one tract of ping the victim into a thousand little hits, by falling down a flight of stairs. worth a vieit. The Treasury hti at last been aroused 275 acres brought S952. The?o prices are alive and would not accept the decree of John Sherman's speech at Louisville to the general demand cf the public for considered very good by persons who are acquittal. The Viceroy thou very kindly Saturday night, barring his mandacious small silver certificate?, and will begin to acquainted with the land. ordered the execution of the innocent wo statements about the South, is about as dole them out at the rate of There is quite a shifting about this man to proceed and it was carried out. $1,000 a day plausible a summary of tho achievements to each bank till the immediate preesure is week In our little town. J. L, Arnold, the NUICISEYrJ,There is, near the Court-hous- e of Madi of the republican party as the veriest boph-1- satiified: jiilcr, has moved into one of Mr. James son county, Virginia, a Lutheran church, could present. He is the greatest statesThe Ditmar powder works, at Bay Honk's houses; D. N. Williams is moving man in his party and his words for that Chester, Long Inland, exploded Friday, to the property on Main street, where J. J. built in 1713, the putor of which is paid reason carry weight with them, even if blowing the bodies of four men to atoma. Williams lived, and Wm. Poynter has his salary from tire products of a farm conveyed and owned by the church for that they are in many Instances untrue. The shock was bo great that for many miles rented D. N. Williams' farm and will move purpose tince its first establishment; before drain, Wool, Need, inCoal, l.niulMir, Git?. The Richmond Jiegitter says this is the around it was believed that Wiggins' earth- to it at once; Willis Adams, Jr., will go Poynter's property; Eugene Nicholson the war it also, owned a number of slates. to state of the cane in the settlement of Judge quake had arrived one day behind time, Its communion service waa presented by Boone's suit against F. M. Green for $10,-COEph Morris, the "reformed gambler," has erected a house on J. K. McClary's the King of Sweden more than a century libel: Tho defendant accepted a prop- who has been traveling over Iowa, parad- place and will move to It in a few days. is a good deal of talk up the ago, and its very fine organ was the gift of There osition from the plaintiff to allow a judg- ing the Btroets of the principal cities with citizina of London about the same time. ment to be entered for $1,000, provided an banners labeled "prohibition, tho saloons road about the new railroad from Corbin entry was at tho same time made upon the must go,"elc, was assaulted in Burlington to Cumberland Gap. The line as located The caissons for the piers of the new record that not one cant of same was to be by a mob of saloon men and severely in from Corbin to Pineville runs through a bridge at Cincinnati will contain 1 250.-00country that is almost level and will re feet of oak timber. Their dimensions enforced or collected, jured. The statement is published that a quire but little work. There will be only are 81 feet, 5 inches by 31 feet. 0 inches is going the rounds that Gen. Cassias tad one short tunnel and that will he through They will require 11,000 barrels of cement, M. Clay, of Kentucky, years old, lockout at the Chicago Stock-yar2,000 yards ot sand and 10,000 yards of been decided upon sometime during this Paint Hill, about 7 miles this side of writes that he has determined to ro enter I had a talk with Dr. M. Tab- - broken stone. Ooo hundred and fifty meu month, when tho packing houees will all politics. He has not made up bia mind Ky.v a prominent railroad contractor, who are now employed on the work and when whether to run for Congress or Governor. close down and remain closed until the ler, XJ3A.I3Uft IIV on the proposed line operations are at their height 150 to 500 all the work It matters not how he makes up his mind, question of eight hours or ten hours is set- said that comparatively light. The peoWall Paper, WIjicm. .TluHlcal would bo will be worked. tled. BookH, in anr event. Clienilcnlt he'll get left Iilniior IuMtriieiiioniit, ple up that way are very enthuiastic over Col. J. W. Hawkins, a prominent citl- I'atnlH, Stationery, Climrw. jrocuet That nbrupt, explosive, discourteou', Sherman continues to wave the bloody z;n of Mercer county, was shot and killed their prospects for a railroad. Real estate OIIh, Nohijh, TolmeooM, Cutlery, monosyllable "thanks," got a Rowland for Irfiuipg, shirt and to assert that the negroes of the in his store near Monday's Perfumery, Fire Anus, Machin Ferry br un- and other property is ad7anoing in pries at Oliy er the other day. M ,sal practically disfranchised by demMadamo dropped South are known mon Friday night. It is not known a terrible rate Tnere is a groat deal of Our .Icwclrr, Silverware and Optica! Woods Department In Chnrgo of Col uer uaru uaao in ireniom eireer, anu a "With ocratic shot guns and Thos. Wclinrds. who will Kena r ft'nfi! in ami I'lnVia imn,ni. .r.i iVi. what the cause was, as no attempts at rob- farming land In Knox county and when brisk little newsboy picked it up for ber. style. ' all his ability the Senator can not rid him bery were made and he had no enemies that Bhegetaarallrosd, as no doubt she soon self of tho propensity to slander and vilify rank first among the moun- "Thanki!" she eaid, "Wolksl ' said he, and will, she will his family knew of. Boston Beacon. bolted his political enemies. Mr. Reuben Wells has been appointed tain counties. A clerk in a men's furnishing store says The public debt is being reduced right Superintendent of Machinery of the LouisA novel way of disposing of an old love along, which must be very mortifying to ville & Nashville, and Harvey Middleton Is The Best that a man who buttons the left side of his ? adopted a few months since by the republican rorcals who have been pre- Assistant Superintendent of Machinery of affair is that prettiest of Wash- collar first makes a mistake, for he uses h's brightest and dicting the financial ruin of tho country the same road. These gentlemen have one of the right hand for that and then uses his loft ington belles. The young lady wears as Eyer Ma ite. under democratic rule. Tho reduction for hitherto psrformed the duties of these poBB IHH H BBi H WBi Hi H Si Kon rtBnlflt cilMt dangling from her belt as does for the more difficult task of buttoning the Don't The nMIIUUND BLICKErJ the month of 8eptembr waa 810,027,713.17. sitions, and. now receive their official titles. many hearts nh ib, Ujti Isnbfoluttly other sida. Ho should roversa the pro-cettmJ HIRE, . K'."r.ni1 "Jrnoor. nd will Keep you dry In Ins linrunt norm TllinS an Indian brave of BCilps. Wishing at the ' Aikfortha'-milI lillANft'iticiHnilti dot If your Gen.W.B.Shattuc, G. P. A. of the time mentioned to announce the breaking hntlmvih'Ti.iirHin" .ni rnrrWrlmlv.f .Ulngim In A ?. TOVHIt.01lmm.inBt itoif keeps Max There is no prospect for reward and no chance for election, so John W. Lewis de- O.&'M. railway, has gotten a verdict for of her engagement to a young army officer clines to sacrifice his business to run fur $3,000 damages for libel, fegainet the Bail now stationed in the far West, but former"Congrera in the 4th. He would sacrifice road fltgi'tler, that paper charging him with ly well known in Washington,, hIio issued "When Jlaby wu glck, wo it readily if tho republicans were in power compelling passenger agents to divide with bto her CastorU, invitations for a luncheon to a tevr of her Elghteon Professors and Instructors.' "When sho was a Child, the cried for Castorla, and a Fodoral appointment was In eight. him their percentages on the tickets sold. Mechanical, Scientific, Eigtnurlng.Olasslcal, Normal Softool, most intimate friends. Tne centra piece of When ib becamo Miss, sb'o clang to Tub London Ijcadcr comes to us' this It eeems that the editors got mad because tho prettily spread table waa formed of a When sbo b.vl Children, sbe gars Castorla, Hllllary Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. them Castoria, week printed entirely at home and lots of the Gsneral refused to honor their drafts mass of blossonu, In the midst of which, , COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION advr!iMn mnltsr. which it proof that Bro. for paues ttnd through pure malai? or drpH with crape, rested the young an xcrtn i.rpm Hpnt. flUt, iRRr. . .,l i ... Knr CnlnTo-P- P 'r ., Hn CriUl w -- wi4 - i..u biilO buriltiMMt, .. H.0 MM llUnt. Adinu jA..ii- oiuurr d puoiugmpa. A'li. i L.vxiumou, ltcutiiclty. CmtriaJoiUMai says ilic ciftl-serviccommonly known as the 'Pn-dleti- on bill, bill,' waa written by Oeoree William Curtis, who submitted it to Senators October 5, 1886 Dawes and Edmunds, the latter of whom persuaded Senator Pendleton to offer it as his own." And Minister Pendleton ought WALTON. to be recalled from tho foreign courts and relegated to private life for the imposition. iiii: Centaur immen Its tho world aro Instantaneous. most Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. H. G. RUrPXEY, -- rrra. rlTJ New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, 1 ss n. a. itxji3,E-3- ee mft, He Ex-May- wUMum, wk Hardware, Farming Imple ments, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, J. Elevators, IPuinps, Cider 's Mill, &c. WEAREN & MENEFEE. y e, k, Fanninglmplements and Machin ery, WAv 'lXCil PeWP 9MbW m jy:j.ro ggtSj -- '!'s5SsWKS GfrOTtagett st Sprlng Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, FcI, O M'ROBERTS, 0 & STAGG, PHnfiiensis Stanford, -- - It ds e. Opera House Block, bull-dozin- ' " m V ft I II . K M liW. .rtWEi?V M , STATE COLLEGE iubON, of KENTUCKY jlu.J MfL 5iu-3fai- Ji JlWiUl IIUIIIIM r iitcriorottrnl Fills n Candies b; tbe. wholesale at Wa. ten & Wearen's. Stanford, Ky, saw allTEKTIHEMEHTN. LoulsiilU of typhoid ferer her aarriago to of fresh French Candies just the Hit. Joe A Mundiy is IndeQaltel y B. O. WALTON, Uualnosu Manager. tecelyed at A. A. Warren's 'Modol Gro- postponded. Mr. Mundar went to her Slorc-ICooau " cery.'.' bedside Saturday, when sbe was hardly able AN. LOCAL TIME CARD, I. IN STANFORD. A new and handsome stock of fall Roods to recognize him. lie tells us that he will The JJayden h fast been receWed by 8 II. Shanks. remain in Louisrille for the present and the teat In Stanford, Mall train going North - 1 M r. u In location iM arrangement. Apply to perhars carry on a meeting, Houth " Call and examine them. OO a u i a Kxpretitraln" Bouth mt if. a. ....a is A.M. " Norh, I6 U RELIGIOUS. Stanford, Ky. The 15 shares of First National Bink -Thsa-ior- e li calculated on standard Ilia, Uolar Doalor In- stack advertised by Mr. Jamo Dudderar A full report of one of Rsr. George O. as la About 20 mlntflea lutttt sold yesterday to Hugh Bsrgeant at $115. Dimes' sermons appears in yesterday's Lincoln Circuit Court, LOCAL NOTICES. W. W. Johnson ti. Jcnnlo Jolustoti. On petition. Oun old friend,, J. L. Dawson, tells us Courier Journal Buy your Siliooi Uooks from Penny The Southern Presbyterian General Thipetltlonaraharstkta dav filed tbflr petithat he has in hit orchard two apple trees, McAllster. tion In lh Clark' ofllcn ol aald Court, thit of the Bsll Flower varloty, now in fall Assembly appointed next Thursday, a day aatd Jecnto Johniton be empowered toatkln?enjoy, use, W ATGiira and Jewelry repaired on shor of fasting, humiliation and prayer. sell and conrey fjr her own benefit any property bloom. notice and warranted by Fenny S McAlia or acquire, Dr, Eiton says; "In five and a half ahe may own nuioauu, to fres from the debt or er. The Court of Claims Is In session and years the Baptists of Louisville have given cuiuia oi urtingle woman,make contracts, sue and I iud a trade In htr own name A complete stock of jewelry, lateat will probably and dlipoae of ber property by will or deed. not complete its labors be and over 3100.000 for church building stjle. Kxkford watches a specialty. Ten-a- y It la now ordered tbat notice of laid action be Cjunty Attorney Carpenfore publlabed in the Interior Journal, a nswapaptr A McAllster. lots. The membership has doubled." publlabed In Stanford, Ky . lor ten daya. is complete, with ter tells us that the amount to bs allowed is Oun Drue Department JAME3 P. BAILEY, Theladiana Methodist Conference has 105-t- f Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. Pure Good at priced as low as Ibe lowest. about the usual sum, $7,000. condemned the use of tobacco as uncleanly s ill Penny A McAllster, Two heavy frosts fell here Siturday and and unhealthful and the delegates prumis Sunday night, but as it was dry but little ed to preach against it once each year. PERSONAL. damsge was done in this locality. Reports The Christian church at this place has Mn. Uiqiixnu Conn, of Doyle, was from the tobacco sections show heavy losses called Elder John Bell Gibson for aaxt A WBili ILIPBOVED FARM, Within a mile of Hlanlord, containing 100 here Sundsy, and much discouragement among the farm- year, making his third year with us. New dwelling aouae. Alio 75 aero Urmlng acru land of M. Vernoo, ers. Hero thef mall quantity raised was Under his ministrations the church has adjoining. Apply to Willis Adams, Jn., E. T. ROCnESTER, was here last week, mostly boused. gained in membership about 125 and is in 161-Or ir. G. WELCH. Miss Judith KiKfi is the guest of We congratulate our friends at Danville a proaperoas and harmonious condkion. Mies Lltzle Bright. A religious enthusiast of Los Angels, on their public sptrltedness in voting so Misa Fannie Simms, of Bjyie, is with Cal., thought be heard a voice commanding unanimoualy to subscribe $25,000 to the Mrs. M. G. Serins. Turnpike Road and Btarrfert A l4u!tvllln Southern There was only one him to sail what he had and give to Ike On tlva u WM Halm Knob Lick lbs late Dr. Ulrena Farm of John IlniotiT, Jn , has returned from old fogy who voted against it and he de poor. Bo he ssnt $1,000 each to two be- kaown a trip to Loulsrllle. Containing about 230 Acres, leaving his serves to pay double freight and fare all nevolent societies of the placs, Mil. A. J. Fibii, of Ml. Vernon, wad in family destitute. The money was sent to And has a com ortaV.e dwelling; thereon. Apply the rest of his days. to to eee u yesterday, It. iff. JOIISHOX, the crank's wife and children. Wear Salr City, on tbaUlTeoailomeaiead. Curious Mr. Uriah Dunn, who has Mr. 8. F. Cook, of Dsnrllle, has been 1 Just returned from South Carolina, showed Tailing relatiree here. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Mr. and Mrb. Lee Stone will more us a vial containing eleven different sands Thos. Roblnton bought of John U. thrown up in one fissure made by the earthto Danville this week. White 25 85 lb. hogs at 3 J. I will aU at public auction at my place on the Rev. apd Mrs A. 8. Moffett hate quake. They are almost as varied in spreir-anc- e 8. H. Shanks sold to Lee, Hudson & Haitonvllle and Mlddleburg lurnpiKe, 3 mllea as tbe colors of tbe rainbow and show from Ioulerlllo. returnrd irorn tne termer place, on Co. a pair of work mules for $210, Duddeiiar has gone to considerable signs of gold and silver. Mim Bosley told to Jerry Caldwell, of Jack Friday. October 15(li, 1SSG, Tisit rotative in Wayne. Some of the more thoughtless of the Boyle, 12 cattle at $41 75. My Farm, containing 149 Acres, all In great and Willie Lynn, sen of Mr. John G. prohibitionists wanted to nominate a canDwelling new, Cora Is telling in the field in MasVeoa small grain and well ImproTrd.everything la ar hatgood eliternat tne door and Lynn, is 111 with typhoid ferer. didate for CongreM yeiterday, bat the, at $1 to 1.25, according to location. ranged with a rlew to conrenlence. Fencing good f falling water. I will also sell a MsrsM D. Hughes and J. P. r, jadgment of the more temperste mn pre JohnS. Owsley bought of Brinkley, and never 3 Honta, 1 a combined animal, pair of coupwork tnulfs, Sunday. of inc:ttr, were here vailed and none was named. We under Catron & Co.. of Pulaski, 39 yearling mules le ol milk Cowa, aome Bowa and Bboata, 100 Ewet, Hy, Casn, tcj Farming Implements, Including entertained a num-be- r stand that our old friend, Alex. Luik, was Misa TiLirr. Hall Mowing Machine and Reaper. at $60. of her frirnda at her home Friday night. anxious for the nomination. The repub Tkbms; Allaumaol tto and undir caib; over Good prime steers are eighty cents to that amount, a credit of three tnontba Mrs Jameh Maret, of Ml. Vernon, llcans will probbIy put up a man at Dan- $1' per hundred weight less in price aow est on gaod, negotiable notcr, for tha with interOne-hacath for tha farm; balance in one and two has been the guest of Mr. 8. H. Thomp- ville than at the same time last year. yeara with Interest. lCJ-l- d son. JOSEPH COEFET. It is claimed that a third of tbe tobac A larqc number of his highly pleased MissSuwade Beazley is bsck from co crop in Clark, Bourbon, Fayette and gathered at the Court-bouconstituents the cities and will hate her fall opening in yesleryday to hear an account of the stew- Fleming was caught and ruined by the a few days. frost. opened a con ardship of Gov. James B McCreary, He Will Brady has Mr. Richard Bibb lefi in this office on On Thursday, Octobor J4th, 18S0, achievegave an excellent account of the fectionery at his stand next to M. D. ElSaturday 5 tweet potatoes, of the Brasilian ments of the last House and showod that AT more's store. which averaged 3 pounds, one of the democrats were fulfilling their prom- variety, of white "fllenvicw" Farm, near Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Koyston, of Gar-rarthem weighing 4; also two ears ises to the letter. He was especially comare visiting the fatally of Mr. George inches in length. Immediately following the cloteoftheaaleof tbe who be corn each IS) plimentary of President Cleveland, trotting-ore- d siocx, inero win do ioiu H. McKlnney. Robert Beverly, President of the Virthinks Is doing his beat, hampered as he is, L rjLAVlN.of Crab Oichard, la teleMrs. J. State Agricultural Society, has Hereford Cattle, 30 Head of Purely-bre- d both for the party acd country at Urge. ginia Tlsitlng her dsoghler, Mrs. Geo. W, graphed thnt President Cleveland will cerA draft from the herd of The Governor has served the district mast Democrat. itisftctorially and the general verdict is tainly visit the fair on tho 21st inst., and Georgo "V. llenrj,j "Bossland Park," anUl-In- g -- J B Hoitni, Fx,of Jellico.ls with him. "well dens thou good and faithful ser probably bring Mrs. Cleveland Chief Train Dispatcher Hsrrts while constat of 10 Ill It is staled br tbe Veterinary Com- - Ashkum.call. 10 Thli offering will Bulla vant.. We will keep you In Congress till promising youug Cowa iu and 10 Matt WooJron is in Louisville. to $G0,000 yearling Helfcra. These cattle are mostly Immieslcn that It will take $.30,000 IUmey is msnsglng you chooie to step highrr." ore all of tho boat atralns, being from Mr Thomim D. to reimburse the owners of the cattle order- ported andai Lord Wilton, GruTo 3J and lloyal each aires JOE F. U'ATKItS, the store of Mr. J. D. Hlavin, st Ottenhelm, 31. C. WEAKEN. In the county court yesterday Mr. J. E. ed to be slaughtered In Cnicao because of lGtb. "Itoasland Park," tho home ol theio la 73 milts South of Chicago during his ubsmce in the cities. Uuflmsn qualified as deputy clerk acd enroot in which has taken A part of tke purpose ol this tale IstoaiMst In Inlroiuclngand making known tbemertta olthe Dn.LrrK.Hrrr.MAN relumed Sun- tered upon tho dischargo of the duties, A the distilleries there. Uereiorda In Kentucky, and at all points tbe sale day from Asbetille, N C. He tells us thnt certificate of honesty and probity was given will be made In a way worthy ol this purpoao A pretly good crowd was at Counwill bo George W. Gentry, colored, who will apply ty Court yesterday and business in the The cattle Catalogue,put up and sold unconditionbis wife I much Improved In heslth. ally. For addreu ir, V. G A TES, LoulsTllle. Ky. Mrs. Kate Hays and Miss Alma to for license to practice law at the next cir- stock trade and other lines was looking up, lC5-tC5-ES..etrdsy from a very pleasant cuit rourt. Mr. II. S. Withers came iuto dpi. H. T. Bush reported about 150 cattle turned monthN visit to relatives at Independence, court and asked that the error of the as on the market. Best sold at from 3 sessment of certain of his property that lo 1 cents: common 21 to 31 Aeed mules Mo. Of a Splendid Mr and Mrs Fisher McRonenTU, of had been put down by mistake at $2,000 brought $80 to $12o; mule colts $35 to $70. s Dana, 111 , ve here on Ibeir wedding tour, be chanced to S20.0C0, Most all the A few plug horses sold from $75 to $100. to the court are for reductions, and the guwtsof Mr. El McRjberU and other It is said that the frscchtse of the this is the first we have known for an relative. Louisville Jockey Club is for sale, the Aa the authorized Aigcnt ot tlm helra of Mtsi W. A. Tribble also obtained a cer- price asked being $5l,000. The principal Bio hearted old Tim Htcginils still Rachel Orpenter, JaoM, I will act! on the prom-Ite- a good business and tificate of good character nnd will be licens part of the stock is held by Etetern men, on in Louisville, doing a making it his especial pleasure to entertain ed at the next circuit court to practice the proxies being in possession of Col. 9, 1886, law. E S. Powell was appointed adminisall bis Lincoln ootinty friends. Clark, tho manager who gets $5,000 year. 0 enterprising trator of Mira Kate Powell. At 2 oclock Mr J. CThomwon, tho Thelatter has received an ofler to manage The farm now occupied by J. T. Koso, known a) iswelry merchant of Lancaster, was here the court of claims convened with the fol a track In the Etst next neason. The the Lee farm, al'uated In Lincoln county. Ky, on or near tbe turnpike road leading from lius- vratfrJnr.I nrojnectlnc with a view to es- - lowing magistrates prcient: W. M. Gar-net- t, Sporting Life. , ., . tonTille to Mlddleburg. This la one of the E B Caldwell, Jr., E B. Austin, M. tabllsblng a bianch Siouse here. is called nEHEKORD Sale. Attention Owsley enter-taine- d 8 Bistin, John Ellis, J. P. Lnd, J. E. to the advertisement in this issue of a pubBest Stock Farms in the County, Dr. and Mm J. B. the newly nwrted couple, Dr. and Wright, L. K Wells, Hugh Sargesnt, Jno. lic sale of Hereford cattle at Louisville. In n eooditaleof cultivation: nart In cultlratlon grata. Plenty of nerer-flllog Mrs. Hugh Hdd, at supper a few r.lghts Anderson, C. C. Brown, George P. Bright, The sale will bo made on the well known and remainder In uouse aud outbuildingsa good water lor stock, M. C. Portman and John Bslley. ago, when all was forgiven and forgotttn. and the cattle are first-cla- Plenty oi timber to keen up the tencea. "Glenview" f'rm; d cash; balance in equal anTirus: The sprightly young editor of the Ln- - Finr . About 12 o'clock Friday night representative specimens of this great nual imtalluenta, with C per cent. Inter iv and a Mr W. A. Mulllns, wsa here tbe cry of "fire" was eoucded and as usual beef bjeed. Tho Heieford has a growing lien retained for tbe purchase money. Bond will caster Xett. be required of tbe purchaser, payable at the Farm ,B'.rit and favored us with a call. Ho a great crowd rushed to the scene. It popularity, and even in Kentucky the era National Bank ol Htanlord. The Lexington Holler Mllla Cream Flour, U Kauey, reprnentatlTe, is uniTeraally popular. J. 11. OWSLEY, Agent. is going at tto business with the intention proved to bo at the residence of Mr. Will breed is establishing itself. The breed is WllM. Waters, Salesman. and we hopo and be- Craig, on upper Main Btroet, and the fire one that Mr. Henry believes in, and is of making it a success & CouinitflBloiier's Sulo lieve he will nalln his hopes. had gotten such headway before assistance willing to make sacrifices for. arrived as to make it useless to attempt to Judge John Kyle told to D B. Brewer t LOCAL MATTERS. cattle at $4 25 per put it out. By dint of hard work a good 10 head of deal ol the furniture was saved, but it was cwt. Mr. Dave Terhune bought of Henry Six building lots for sale between Stan' badly broken up in movin;;. Nothing Flnt National Bank of Stanford. Ky., anJ othiiri Hubbell, of Boyle, 16 head of yearling ts, Trustees of Union College, Barbuurvlllt Ky font and Rowland. II. J, Darst. Notice ot Hale In Equity. from up stairs waa sayed, as Newt Craig, mules at $08 per head. Capt. B. B. CampBy Tlrtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Elwho was sleeping there, found it almost an bell bought of J. P. Lapsley a nice lot of 2 Knox Circuit Court, rendered at the September A little child of Engineer James term thereof, 183C, In tbe abore atyled cause, tbe of brain imposibllily to get out in time to save himyear old cattle, weighing 1,464 lbs., at $14 undersignou win, on more died at Rowland yesterday DKAHS3 IK self. Ills grip, containing his road sam- per head, Caldwell & Gentry, of Boyle, fever. Ootobor 25. 1886, Drugs, Books, Stationery and ples and noma money wai also lost. The and Ben Campbell have bought 280 head of The handsomest line of queensware ever and the fur- extra catlU, weighing from 1,150 to 1,400 Between the noun of 10 o'clock, x. v. and 3 brought to this market just opened at A. house wsa insured for $2,500 Fancy Articles. door In Barbour-vlllo'clock r. M , at theCourt-Uous- o " niture for the same amount in the North- pounds, in this county, at $3.80 to $410 Ky., teiug county court day. proceed to exGrocery." A. Warren's "Model pos to I'ubllo Auction to the highest bidder, the Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. Hsrrodsburg Democra. western, of Wilwaukee, and the Union, of per cwt. following described property, viz. union uouet, Also in Barbourarllle, Ky, Said property la a fine Killed -- Eb Cooley, tbe reputed son of Philadelphia, which Mr. Craig thinks is well and auUtanttlly built in Silt river is an imaginary atream up brick building, and cast about Eight Thousand Kennedy, killed John Scott in fully $3,000 less than the actual loss. There the late Eb modern style, a defeated candidate is supposed to Dollars, harlns been erected In 1880, Bald prop upper Garrard Friday with an axe. is no theory as to the cause of the fire, un- which loaaiiaiy a iaior ine is not expected to erty win do sold ot Stanford, ueoi in 82,000,oiwith Ky., for of be sent, and whence he First Nat. Bank 'of Watches, Olooka, Now la your chance to get a bargain at less it caught from that fruitful source per come back. The origin of tho expression interest thereon at G per cent, Also a annum from Tho LargeBt Stock defective ilae. Mrs. Craig debt In February 1, 1633, until paid. Jewelry and Sllvorware Metcaif A Footer. Their stock is larger such disiiters, a . ofUreen Elliott for 31,030, with interest from favor The Salt river, geographical-IvJuIs absent and the part of the fsmtly at home is as follows: paid. W. and more complete than ever before. is a tributary of the Ohio. Its source ly SO, 1884 until 3743.10.Also a debt In faror ofJuly Erer bought to this market Prices Lowsr than with interest from W. Sawyera for gone to stay with Mr. John II. Craig. have the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jowelry Bo- bought the Mr. Craig will rent the Rout house and Is in Kentucky, and being very crooked 15, 18S3, until paid. Also.9JU.63, with Interest vo STOVESlSTOVESll-Webapalrod on short notice and Warranted. from August 10, 18S6, until paid, and tho cost and difficult of navigation, It waB, in the thereof, largest and nlcea' line of heating stoves build as soon as practical, w gg p ma a niH.iiwiiiimii BomjoucamitifaMa Txbusof8ale This aaje will early days,-- favorite stronghold fo'r river orodltof 6 and 12 months, in equal be made on a Installments. ever brought here before. Give us a call. " These highwaymen were In the The purchaser will be required to giro bond with MARRIAGES. privates. Metcaif & Fostor. approrod security lor tho payment of tbe purhabit of preying on tbe commerce of the chase mouer. to have tho force and effect of a marriage of Dr. Joeerjh M, Owens, The Judgment, bearing legal Interest froja day oi aaie CArr Titos. Richards has 'contracted Ohio and rowing their plunder up Salt riv with a lien retained upon said property until all with Mr. J. A. Wright for a cottage to be of this county, and Miss Mollie Owens, er, whence it was never recovered. Hence, the purchase money la paid. "ypWf Kbw -IT. '. VOSTEr.LOir, bullion South Msin Btreet, between the of Lincoln county, is announced to take it came to be said of anything that was irMaster fVim'i U nrtT Circuit court. Somerset IvnlltncAnf Menu. E. P. Oraley and A. place next Tuesday, 0:t. G revocably lost, It's rolled up Salt river." Reporter. A. MoKlnney. By an easy transition it was applied to unProf, W. K, Argo, .Superintendent of successful candidates. Richardson, a colored KSicirrKB.-B- an " toe Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Danville, and man, skipped to Kansas, Friday, owing Mies CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Belle, tbe very attractive daughter of Mr. Isaao Hamilton $05 and other parties PrortWm, Chenault, of the Louisville Liw I have just returned from the cities smaller Mtims. Mr. Hamilton had Ssool, will be married at Mr. R. W. Giv-en- with an elegant line of New Millinery; not that he had been seen with $o00 be in this county, Thursday next. only the moststjlish, but'the cheapest ever . fore leaving and he dispatched his attornoy, Fourth and Main, Hawthorne Hill, E q., the brilliant brought to Crab Orchard. If you want a to arrest t Maaterson Peyton, to Louisville -. KY LOUISVILLE, bargain, please call and see mo before him under the law against a debtor leav- and capable managing editor of the Louis Those that are indept eleewhere. ville Commercial, is to became a Benedict ing tho RUto for the pirpose of defrauding Tlie "Apollo Yolte" Shirt. will please call nnd settle. lean day ,hls creditors but he must have gotten 03 the 14th, oni which a. ..he nil) lead to I ed to ma , , . ' r1" ' . mi-- , Mt. "! f"1'" t" ImlUrai WJ,1 rl - trttpn'"" , iluii'a l'titnlhliliio C'ooils. me. Mrs. Fannie Edmiatou. phshed youug lady ot Frankfort. to ere ma mutton. in time A Fresh fish and oysters, retted In Octobor 5, 1880 way and at any time at J. T, Harris. y. The Latonia racos are progressing Mr. II. M. Burke and Mrs. Susan Osra Hor'emea in this section should make ley were msrried at Haetonville Baoday. Offing to the dangero as IllneM 61 Miw It a point to attend. any Mary Miller at the home of a relatire In fin-l- fwe Una For ICcut welch, I. SB WAUW. Store-Iloou- j, . i For Sale or Kent. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, 31 Farm For Kent. TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, Confections, Toliaccos, 160-8- PUBLIC SJlIjF! Eilv San-dife- y. lf se COB. MAIN & SOMERSET STS. STABpTORD, ia Hereford Sale! ky. d, " aul-ma- pleuro-pneumoni- a, WATERS&WEAREN CJE32FS.JS d PUBIit SAIijE appli-cttlon- 350 Acre Bhe Grass Farm Saturday, October -- - rm ss m One-thir- lC2-t- d WATERS WEAREN. 1,400-poun- d UNION OLLEGE! Fwfl KsAIiitei PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. Monday. e, (k) tSJjSso n Wall Paper, 1CI-2- Furniture, Infoi-matl- on s', Cases, Caskets, Robesr 1. WEARER Stanford. pur-chasl- --- t- t,i Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. y B. Vi m-WLthhy- nw w $nnnrnl A. COMMODORE GERRY'S ELECTRA. T YOUTHAND AGE. Stesm Yacht That Affords Us Dwellers the Comforts of a Sybarite. Tho Electra, tho great steamer of Mr. AX OLD BOOK WORM. Elbridgo Gerry, commodore of the New York lfcwt s4 0I4 MtiUortj sll Mhtt CollfM, tS OhM'i SitMllU.fal rtOo'll sftOOO tlffetlafttM tquadron, b said to be tho finest boat of its . "-.pmihwmw kind In the world. It would certainly be Bosrd. bMi 0. J trt. Mtludlne Tuition. Sulionttr tad WHAT HE FINDS IN A BOOK BE-- dlfllcult to imagino anything more beautiful S"1 Tltrkr ptcltltlct. Ua4,Tit-rlU- f The summer Isles of southern ecus; than tho Electrn as she lay nt night amid tho lUwrton,lt SIDE THE LETTER PRESS. r ctecuUrs hUnu W. R. BXiT Great battles, glorious victories! "dark ships" of tho harbor, ono finmo of liouudless prairies of the vrest, Tho electric light from stem to stem. By day Where red men hunt tho buffalo; Dn. W. B. PENNY, FAlftte) Steamers. Low R&tM. FortuncH In Fine noolcs LnvUIi Expend- tho two largo dock cabins rather interfere Whatever fairest gifts and best DEKTI6T, rest Trlvt pr Wssk add itures to llltistrnto Modern Literature. with tho symmetry of her lines, but they Tho gods have given to mon below - - IContuolcy. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND There, heart of mine, theso shall w see, New York Publishers Vay for so distinctly to tho comfort of her crows that What In the bravo days that are to be. when ono has explored their luxurious inUngruvlnics nml l'rlntln;;. M. CUtf, 0lBd Houf, Utrtat city. teriors, ono easily understands why she is When I was young this narrow round g amr Whs Bsr Biwta built upon this model. Tho afterdeck cabin Ho was such n old Gentleman Of hills a glorious world did bound; jSVBHBjPJeBYRSKlSJflBi'SBVKSBW. DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Here, on tho quiet valley floor, that tho writer paused in his walk tociauilno has a table where dinner is sometimes served Ixxird I dreamed of Freedom and of Tame, SiUai BoBiUy Trigs dortna Jalr sad Auruit. him inoro closely. Ho was standing in tho to any ladles who may happen to bo on Hro yet I learned they were 110 more and who hnvo n prejudice ngalnst going OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLET! doorway of ono of thoso dimly lighted book down below to their meals. It is finished in dream, nn empty name; Than a rala JUtM sad xxtortlan Tlsksls srUl b rurolsb4 stores which lino Nassau street, between FulIn that glad, careless long ago, mahogany nnd fitted with dark green leather 6yrourTiostAfnt.orddxn ,- Tho happy hours peeiued all too slow. ton and Ann, cngerly scanning the pages of a furniture. Tho wldo dlvon running about C. D. WHITCOMB, Gia'l Psii. Ar.nt, hoary volumo through his gold three sides of tho cabin is most inviting nnd Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. C I have been wrecked In stormy rcas; Office on Lanesater street, seat door to lm-wo' DETROIT, MICH, straw liat had commodious. spectacles. lib Not mine llfo's glorious Ictorles; Journal offlw. Office faouis trotus toll a tiooo tho bright spell on boyhood cast; The commodoro's quarters are in tho other M, and l to 5 r. M. Antitbttlcs sdmtulderod whsr drifted back to tho upex of Lis crown, and I'o more along tho prlmroso way r. neceuarr. had anchored itself permanently among tho deck cabin, wherein nro found charts and AWT HAT SHIRT I wonder, for my jviths have passed straggling strands of snowy hair which compasses nud sextants nnd binnacles, and nil To this Nd world of every day. caressed tho frayed collar of his alpaca coat. other navigating necessities. A second wheel V. H. MIU.KU. GK0 8. CAllPUNTElt. Ah, Ijcnrt of rolao, no more wo know His white waistcoat was unbuttoned, and tho and steering upparatus nro placed here, ami Tlie days and dreams cf long ngot ends' of tho black sill: handkerchief which would come in play if any accident should ChamUrs Journal. served him in lieu of a necktlo bristled de- happen to the ones in ordinary use A loads from this commodious cabin Thlst powder nsvr Tartrs. A marvel olpurlt), fiantly. WISE MEN'S VAGARIES. strength nd whuliromencn. Moro ccouoialcsi to the lower forward cabins, which aro set '.'I liavo just mado nn astounding discovery, not to sola than the ordinary klndi, and Mr," remarked the old gentleman. "Havo tho opart for tho use of tho commodore's family, How 5ruo Men Sometimes (llvo Their coinrtlton with the multitude offn low teat .short kindnwH to look at thlj book and tell me what Ono of theso is without peradventuro tho weight aluui or phosphate powders, fioldonly to STAM'Otl), MSCOLX CO., ST. I'rlmuls 8umethlni; to Laugh At. 1'OWDBB cam. most sumptuous apartment seen since CleoIWYALUAKIXO yon think of it." "Speaking of Alderman D.," said a Toronto 1W Wall Ulrcct, New York It was 0:10 of a pet of four volumes of tho patra's bnrge. Tho Moorish decorations, street barrister tho other day, who had been Office, South Side Miln SirMl, oser First Nationwork of Pliny tho Younger, published in faintly suggestive of tho Alhambm, aro laughing heartily at somo of tho recent al lUnk. Fsrtns. locllldlos somanf thaflni.it Hlny-fir1570. Tho tyio was good nnd carved from the solid light wood oak, perStrasbourg in vagaries of that worthy, "I bcllovo every i6lotk Kirnii in Onlral Kcnlucdy, Town halt Tho binding haps, or cherry of tho wnlls and roof. Great man inakeo a fool of tht look was in fair condition. sml Utal.Unees, Tlmbor and Miami bands for himself at somo time or clear mirrors reflect tho face so many times I rsle 011 rotumlMioti. wo vellum, and four tiny strings of sheepskin gets somo idiotio mania Juto his unless it thould chance to bo a very other, or Jor furllior partlcuUrs send for printed descriphung from the corners, hi order that tho that, head. Now, I know a staid, sedate, thirteen w . , ."- - ? tion rf tills section snd of iiropertlti ht ssln. , render might tie tho volumo up securely when leaceful or n rarely beautiful .one, it might stone, lawyer, of this city, who Ls boon ever bcslowcd upon man Is perfect ISO'lDX ho was dons witli it. Thousands of Just such bo wearisome to an occupant of this fairy constantly plaguelng his friends by chalrr.ATT, IsOVIMVILLF. health, and the true way to Insure heallN books may be seen any day exposed for salo room to seo so many far uwny images of him- lenging them to stand on their beads wlin-eve- r . Is to purify your blood with Ayor's MILLERSBUHQ on tlw quays nt Paris. Thsy nru thoout-Ecourm- self. Tho dainty appointments of tho bed and he finds hlm.v.if nlouo with thorn. Ho is Mrs. Eliza A. dough. Si Arlingo'f tho early French and .German dresdng table arc in tho most exquisite taste. nt Passing from thoso jienetrnlia of tho Elec- on expert legalthis remarkablo feat, nud his ton St., Lowell, Mass., writes: "Evitj printing houses, and can-bputvliasod for a friends nre placed at a great numerous winter and spring my family, Including fow franco The writer did not see anything tra, we are shown something of (ho by which tho swift boat is urged disadvantage whenever they enter info tho extraordinary nbout tho book, and ho said so myself, use several bottles of Ayer's competition. His ofilcu boy tells mo that this This popular icbool, sfter a rear of uopsrsllcd sue BT.V. over tho ocean. Her great Engines, her elecfrankly. Experience has comlnccd me strong upon him that ho nit inetn unJrr tric machines and tho process by which tho mania is so yben ho BESID2 THE LETTER THESS. that, as n powerful frequently, and tho boy nro nlono, E. H. BURN8IDE, C. Then the old gentleman chuckled. "There Ico for the consumption of tho El ctrn is places a blotting juid on tho floor in a corner AND made between her very sides, closo by tho Is something in n book beside Jo letter press, of tho room, and, planting hi head thereon, MRS. S. O. TUUEnEART, the printer's namo and tho date," he said. throbbing heart beats of tho seat of her lifo olovntes his feet until Ids heels nro hard Thia Old Woll - Known "Sco hero!" and with that ho gin& rly lifted nnd motive power; tho galley, wherein pro-LAUV PSINCIFAL, ngalnst the wall, then folds his arms and Hotol Still Maintains its d, sides a. foreign functionary, iwllto, up the edgo cf tho vellum binding nnd exAirsln offjri Itself lor public patronsxe. With In smile of njwplexy. High starched nnd immaculate from top to smiles awifo horribly suggc-stivposed tho fragments of two or three sentences purifier, it is very much superior to any crvstU itcllltlrs, an tnlsrctJ Kscult snj in ! tells 1110 he Ls n family man, you "His siiorai Tiw rouneoi iiucit, uof your uouiuti inscribed upon it In black letter, with hero toe, is comprehended at a glance, and tho sec that ho acquired this extraordinary habit AHIJ other preparation of Saraparill.i. All nlllf(or theluMt Ion uiuihtm. great refrigerator near by. Tho Inrgn after and there an illuminated capital rich in firnd lor Cstslv iut to p'crsous of scrofulous or consumptive teniii.v. t. roi'E, in his bachelor days, and that she has great liroRriot2r !" ,Dotrnined that dining cabin is as handsome in its way as any and gilding. MllltriburK. Ky. BiiR.ll bo deoond to ao Goantrv dencies, nnd especially delicate children, difficulty in preventing an exhibition 'That," declared tho old gentleman, with part of the great ship, and It boasts n collec- spouso'3 talent In this lino every night of her aro sure to bo greatly benefited by Its Hotol in tho State in itoIarV, in tho an air of triumph, after surveying tho crabbed tion of rare exotics which seem to thrlvo well bedroom. Appointmcnti, or Attenuse." J. W. Starr, Laconla, Iowa, writes: scrawl critically for n fow moments, "was on th"ir diet of Fait nlr. If tho weather tion to Comfort of 'Tho only way to euro my friend of his "For years I was troubled with Scrofushould bo iu tho least cold the Electra can bo originally a missal transcribed uith laborious mania npix?ars bo to display 11 superior actbolr Oue.ti. lous complaints. I tried scleral ilhlerent caro by somo Twelfth century monk in tho flooded with steam heat till sho is as warm as complishment. toWall, one evening ho called preparations, which did me little, if any, seclusion of tho scriptorium of n mediaeval a hotel parlor. Another luxury provided for upon To ary piOD rrtaltttoe ui n clerical friend, of this dt and, as ndfroaith ! cloister. Tho old fellow probably took four her inmates is uilt water baths, both hot end good. Two battles of Ajer's Sarpn-rill- a ehara.. Np.clal afeoamodatlo cold Luxurious wnshstauds, furnished with they happened to bo alono in the jwrlor, ho or Ave years to completo it. effected n complete cure. It Is my mado tho usual challenge, always prliej nth ta chotee.l "I tell you there was somo ohanco of a man, electric lights, lurk in tho corner, opening like opinion th: this medicine is tin- bit " 'It's all braaJsof LtqsoriSBdCUart. writing - xk that was fit to read when ho lockers to tho surprlso of the astonished clergyman, nonsense, my denr fellow,' said tho We will send the blood who Mas nliout tired of his 1 Newport Cor. Boston Journal. knew bofor that it would tako four or looker-on- . friend's exhibition; 'standing on the head Is Semi-Weekl- y " intete every single copy five months t Interior Journal child's piny compared walking that was exposed lor sale. Hull Itun" KtuHeU'a Picture of Lincoln. hands, and I can do with nml, so on one's TflAL II. raying, ho that,' "Thero have been great changes hi tho "Soon afterwards there entered, with a AcdtkoXev York World ono jrsr and a business btneo I gave it up," ho re- shambling, unsteady gait, a tall, lank, lean downed on all fours, placed his head in a toft "illtiv-fa'rnru- s of the day." C. E. Fpton.Nashua, N. II., tCaiife. marked with a quaver in his vole?, "clwnge?, man, coni'U'robly over six feet in height, place on the carpet, threw up his legs in sucHISTORY OF THE OHITED STATES. writes: "For n number of jears I to my mind, for the butter. One of my chief with stooping shoulders, long, pendulous cession until they wero both upright In tho Shortest and Qalokest Bonto from Oei air, and then started at n was troubled with n humor In my ejes, objections to printing need to Ikj thnt it did arms, terminating in hanih cf extraordinary pneo Express paid, bound In IcatherMtn trr rail, gilt, tralKentuokjto nil Points North, to walk, nt least to 'progrow,' across and unable to obtain relief until I comorSTOpsgssjsd collBluji flan rasraTlB2i. It away with nil that was beautiful in books. dimensions, which, however, wero far exIs Ibe me! comprshfiHlra work of tec klod Last, Weat aad SoutrrwMt. parlor, menced using Aycr's Ssrmparllla. I hne What can compare in beauty with the Tenth ceeded in proportion by his feet, lie was theirregular his bead bumping on tlie ground history In lbs oidlBsry setc; intervals. It was n funny sight, nt century missal f The gospels inscribed in sil- dressed Li an 'sst Line lielwevo taken several bottlw, am greatly beneIt Is rondrntl newspspsr fll for I'W j !. wrinkle 1 suit of and I don't think I over saw a clergyman Werracrre tbs tUbi to whbdrsw this enr ver and gold letters on purple vellum; every black, which put 0:10 in mind of nn underfited, and believe It to be the best of blood A upeidodowu before, but ho never received J, without nolle, 10 retail at one. capital a flower garden, and the very margin taker's uniform at a funeral; around hU neck purifiers-.It. Harris, Creel City, ltam-e- y fchedulq In tOct May It, m. W IV WALTON, Mastoid, Ky. glorious with figures cf men, a rope of black silk was knotted in a largo another challenge to stand on his head, nml I have been an Co., Dakota, writes ; birds, beasts nud fishes, ijtillthis objection bulb, with Hying onds projecting beyond the was never treated to another acrobutio perus: Intense sufferer, with Dyspepsia, for the formance by my legal friemL" Toronto U slowly melting uway. You sco, in collar of hist-oat- ; of mine his turned-dowshirt col- Globe, pat threo j ears. Six months ago I began Ex. Bnn. Lally La. Hub my day tho Iook3 wo printed never had any lar dlsciosAl a Mnewy, muscular, yellow neck, to use illustrations to speak of. A few wood cuts, nnd above that, netllng in a grcnt black mass LTP fis'luc'cn... TI10 llrulii of tho I 10 am t 10 p ra ICO pa Ksltaomh perhaps, and inoro rarely n steel line engrav- of hair, bristling nnd compact like tv ruff of "Tho half human elephant" has a brain of " Cynihlana,... 10 II am 10 IS pn i IJ pi u SS ing, and that was alL" u mourning pins, rose tho strange, quaint face very largo size, and itn elevations and del'arU.. 15 p ic lOpui CHANGE in BOOKJt.VKIXO. " 13 10 ptu 11 Louisville & Nashville R. R. Arr. Ixlrirlrn...... 11 Uid 10 lTpto' 5610pu nnd head, covered with its thatch of wild, re- pressions upon tho surface increase the exCk Tho old gontleman was right; thirty years publican hulr, of President Lincoln. Lit. I'AtlS.... ... ill ihihiln a .. ... a SI p d tent of tho acting cells to an cuormoui de - lz - ;r TUB URIAT- C4 has wrought a marvelous change in Arr, wi.-- i. "Tho impression produced by the size of his gree. Its intelligence is certainly greater eti pu PhotograVuro nnd tho wonderful extremities, and by hjs flapping 1 10 pm ...... nichmond 7 IS p ir nnd wide than Is ixwsossed by any other quadrujio!, nt Uociui.r .... 5Wi ml . . Ives process, by which n plate h projecting ears, may bo removed by the ap- least any of thoso living It has effected nil entire cure, and I am TUIIOUGII TRUNK HtacKtfJ 0 WpaL... iu a state of nature. produced dlrottly from tho object, have come pearance of kindness, sagacity nr.d tho awknow as well as e cr." Lt lilchiuooa 2 00rm ... TO TH to tho publishers' aid. Etching has taken tho ward bonhomie of his face; tho mouth is ab- It is probablo that somo of tha apes exceed it in this regard, while the dog, nmong domestiSold by nil Druggists. 11 ace of tho old steel lino engraving to n cer" MrlnpUin 6 slatal..... solutely prodigious; tho lips, straggling and cated brutes, is a rival In estimating animal tain oxtcnt, and probably there are not h extending almost from ono line of black beard Intellect. Its wonderful ncuteness of the Prieo 91; Six bottles, $5. as niuny steel engravings produced an- to tho other, aro only kept in order by two No. S No. 11 l,'o. 1 of touch, developed in its trunk, and Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Lowell, nually now as thero were ten years ego. Only deep furrows from the nostril to tho chin; the its prolonged length of days for It lives IX TT1TII Mass., U. S. A last year nn art critic wrote that tho people nose, itself n prominent organ, stands out I.t. IJTlnpton 9(0 who prefer line engravings to etchings ore from the faoo w ith an inquiring, nnxious nir, to 200 years adds greatly to Its advantages ' Here 10 2f m Pullmau Palace Sleepers. Mr. lUchmond ... 11 45 a m'.... tho same jxxplo who prefer whito marblo as tlfugh it was sniffing for somo good thing over other animals. When once tamed tho elephant become manteb and horsehair furniture, to carved in tho wind; tho eyes dark, full of nn expanLts. ItowUnJ... 7 70 a m... " Lanrutrr ., oak nnd velvet plush. Fifty processes exist sion which almost amounts to teuderntM, and tractable and submLsnva; ho is nllVctionnte II iml... Loultivllie to his keeper and docs what ho can to please Arr. Ulchmond., II 00 am u.. whero thero were but ono or two above them projects tho shaggy brow, runto NiiHlMiUr, 1 10 p m, 6 M a Lt. IMehniond and if their development equals their ning into tho 6n.aH, hard frontal space, the him. It Is pretty certain, however, that the MOIIiplllM, Arr. Winchester j 2 10 pm 7 00 a m . keeper must ut-- force with his glgantio pet, promise the book of tho future will indeed bo development of which can n . scarcely bo esti- othorwiso respect is lost nnd thero comes a Arr rarls.....M 3 jo nm Adanlii, a marvelous production. mated accurately, owing to Irmgulor locks of timo when the wild naturo will overcomo the Moiilaoiavrr. I.re. lAxUigXfta .... 1 u p U 7 J5 s n a pm Ono would naturally suppose that the inAs a reliable remedy, Iu cases of thick hair." Bon: Porloy Poore's Letter. M p m' g JO a m Litllu Itouk, Lts I'arls teachings of his master. In time ho under- . Whooping Cough, 40 pm creased facilities afforded by theso multitudi" Tynthlana.... SMpo 8 Ma mi 3 17pm or sudden Colds, 4 stands signs, tones and even words, and nrts illohllu unil eir OrleuiiH. , " Falmouth ...... 47 II m 10 Ola u A IS nm nous processes would minimize tho cost of Modem Proverb from Shukciipeure. accordingly. One that is vjry tractable, for and for the prompt relief and cure of ArrOotlnstno JIJ0pjui njOV.ru, 0 jim preparing n book for the market; but such is throat and lung diseases, Aycr's Cherry All tbo slmplo proverbs used in our ovcry. piero aro all grades of intelligence among not tho case. Each publisher vies with his Onlj one change to point! In day work and lifo nro drawn from Shake- thoni, never mistakes tho words of his master, Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E. G. Edgcrly, competitors in making tho work upon which IirtANOH. Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: " I cousider receives hLs orders with attention nnd exeho is for tho moment engaged s elaborate as speare. A few of them nro: Shakespeare cutes them with prudenco and a manifestatfo 41 Aycr's Cherry Pectoral a most important possible. Whero formerly a fewsiniplo wood mil The sun shines hot, and If wo use delay tion of considerable judgment. Tho sagucity remedy for home use. I havo tested Its cuts wero deemed all that were necessary Ik nx. Huo. lil. (3UL Cold biting winter mars our hoped-fo- r hay. ho shows in extricating himself from tob now pretexts the reader with half a dozen curative power, in my family, mauy Lte CoTlnzton.. Modeni form Make hay while tho sun tlons of danger, somo of them mch as nro unJ 00 pit ctclmiga or engravings, and thus ho i3 called " Lexluiiibn times during the past thirty years, nud . 7 14 a ur Kecking bonus on the Hot of this road will rtcclti ss pm shines. known In his native country nnd so can not " I'arls upon to oxpend nn almost incredible turn be.' 8 11 a m 3 20 pu tptclsl rktrs. have never known it to fall. It will reShakespeare bo tho result of "hereditary memory," or inArrtllllersbuig 8 40 a IB 8 41 p K fore nny rturn is obtained. George P. PutrSeo AR'ntioI thli Company lor rln,rout " Carlisle..."....!", 9 Ul 1 u 6 tli p ta stinct, ls wc!i known. HLs memory of insults lieve the most serious affections of tho Ac, or writs nam, the father of tho present publlshor, is- What fates Impose, that m?n must needs abide, " JoliPtor. c i' xruoun, (i I'.iT.i. It boots not to resist both ulnd and tide. mspu throat and lung whether In chlldrcli or nud his long waiting to get oven with his enesued nn artist's edition of Washington Ining's " MsttIII- 10 M a ni Ixu'iTllle, Ky 3. i0 PJ0 Modern form Wind and tide wait for no mies nre too well known to call for moro tlinn adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, "Sketch Book" in 1807. It contained 1! illuoTiSI Ono instance of his a passing mention. e .0. 54 Va., writes : "I have never fouud a stration, all wood cuts, nnd Mr. Putnam paid mam Dally Lally Shakespeare 'Tls the more honor, because memory of tho duties he had learned in cap-equal to out SQ.'i.OJO before he got back one cent In Ex. Hun lix. Hua THE tivity when captured ngaln nfter escaping for those daya this was considered n fabulous rum mora dangerous. ars Modern form Tho nlaco of honor is the four years into the jungles, is remarkable. It 5 M m II rj p il to invert in ono work, and the number of enJohnson....... 8 87 a m 39 p m would l incrediblo wero it not established by gravings contained within the covers of the 'post of danger. (hrllile 7 28 a m M, ShakespKire I will arm toe, being thus numerous witnesses of tbo highest character. Mllleribmg ... 7 4 a a a 60 n ni sketch book wore tho wonder nnd admiration Arr Pari' forewarned. Cor. .. g jo a in 3 IS p m . .. of tho other bookmakers. 10 Modarntorm Forewarned, 'foreanned. .. w: :,"S P. l j 'ifKl iji in Tli labor of preparing these volumes for U pm ..' 11 for the prompt relief of throat and lung Shakes.onre Both of you nre Mixls of selfAn Italian Musician In Oolliiun. publication extended over two entire years. Nunc. Trains 3 and 4 are dally loteen diseases peculiar to children. I consider It was begun in tho lattor part of 13(11, and same feather. His head is adorned with n sort of comUxlnslrn and Cincinnati, otoer traSni Modern form Biixls of feather flock to pound helmet, composed of threo stories it an absolute cure for all such affections, the flrut no;ii were not issued from tho press arn dally except Hunday. until 1S07. This work pales Into inalguiil-cano- e gether. nnd nm never without it In the house." around the slgo of which are llttlo bells, UIlconn ctlniisnromadeat Winchester with Shakespeare Strike now or cImi the iron which sounds wh"never tbo wearer nods Cbr.at.eake .1 Ohio lor Mt. Sterling Ashland before tho princely fortunes invested Mrs. L. E. Herman, 187 Mercer St., Jersey lluntfngton, C arleiton, Vf, Va., and K rn ell. X4TBisasM It. each ywr in new loo!is by the publishers of cools. or jerksliis head. Mrapped to his back is n City, writes: "I have always fouud "Jil" Jfc. Modem form Striko wlrilo tho Iron is hot. drum, through which passes strap, aSiSe? Iew York Star. a which ls Aycr's Cherry Pectoral useful In my famShakespeare fastened at tho lower end to tho heel of tho ily." II. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., That would be a ten days' wonder at too taist ; City 3Isll Delivery In 10S0. musician; tho other end connects with n That's a day longer than a wonder lasts. writes: "For tho speedy euro of hudden "Ill lltelBwha thing ns a postman or a pair of drumsticks which aro Inrido Through tlcknts and iiicgao chcckul to any Modern form A nine days' wonder. Colds, and for the relief of children afflictcarrier walking ton or fifteen hours a day tho drum. On top of tho drum fs a iiriiiuain.iiri'irueu oy X railroad. arANl'OKD. KT. For full rartiiuiars, call on any agent of the Shakespeare Tbo common pcoplo swnrm pair of cymbals, connecting through delivering mall matter will never bo heard of, tho ed with Croup, I havo never found anycompsuy.or for the simple reason thero will bo nono in ex- llko summer flies. sido of tho drum with tho machinery thing equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. 8. P. U. MOUSE, D. A.FEKI.EY Modeni form Swarm like flies. WALTON, istence then," remarkod a scientluz man tho Oen.PaM. Ageut, to which the is fastened. Tho Agent It Is tbo most potent of all tho remedies I Shakespeare CoTlngton. Kt. And I forgive and quito for-- musician is further armed with nn accordion. Lexlimion Bi otlvir day to a reporter. have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terre II. E. HU.NT1KOTON' Itecelrer. get old faults. , Ls in working order tho "How will the mall be delivered!" When ho accordion Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer'a Cherry Oeueral ulllces, Cotlngion, Ky. Is published crry TuesJsj- snd Frl.lry al ths Modern form Forgive and forgot. gives forth sounds moro or less musical, tho "E vcrything will bo reduced to n flue system, low pries of Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung Koso Eytlngo in Now York Graphic. and u letter will lw delivered In three seconds bells begin a tintinnabulation, tho strap sets r n affection, supposed to bo Quick Conafter itenrrlval at tho postolllc. Eachhou3o off drum lats, tho cymbnLs clash together T1VO DOLLARS VILIIS. I'rlnco Itlsmarok's l'lesli. 0 BrlUB - J dunLak? .'a a big city will bj connected with the goa-erand tho small boys rapidly together nnd tho sumption. Wo now regard the Pectoral 'I A Uorlln iwper informs its readers that pennies for soup nnd macaroni begin to flow as a household necessity." E. M. pmtoSico or branch station, as tho casa 'UHHirltSTCR'S .. iLISH." u.is..iiilnp. mhv wriifinru Kim o may 1m, with a pneumatic tubo large enough when Bismarck was at Kimongcn tho other in. Now York Tribune. Braincrd, Minn., writes: "I to carry a good-sizjjackoge. At present day ho had himself weighed and found that am subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I such a system of delivery cannot bo put into tha number was 20S pounds a gain of three Hosroo Coukllng's Vigor, go, am always sure to have a bottle of -- 01' ALL CLAMKprnvtlx becauso It would ltoo expensive. pounds over lat year. Ten years ago ho Iloscoo Conkling has cut off tho n am weighed 217; in 1877, 2', and in 1871) oven ,ii. , .,.i'i,i.111u.,Ii.. A century hence civilization will rlie to suchn point of his beard It is now Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. high und prosperous point that a system of 21'J, whereupon b" got nlarmcd nnd tried tho closely trimmed, somowhat similar to tho ler! I.nallj;' 1'annj ratal 1'IIN 1.1 .io.il" Cherry re," which iu three years stylo worn by Gen. Grnnt. no goes For ssle by Dr. M.L. HODKNE, Stanford. qiu.-delivery by means of pneumatic tubes "Sehwennifiger around will certainly lw in voguo. It could bo done reduced bis weight to ".'32 pounds. While ho down town in a cheap jeans suit and Is as with me It is without a rival for the cure now, only it would bankrupt a city. The takes the wntora at ICL't'ngen the chancellor active as a youth r twenty. A Broadway tubo from Twenty-thlr- d youtUtlth.bMinn,, street to tho Western ascertains his waight ovjry tim- - ami his fee conductor was about to pull tho bell for him of bronchial affections, kaown to u U Cononhji. Car., la to tho owner cf the scalej U Invariably three to get oir the car tho othor day, when Union building shows how nicely it works. snl GltcU pitr.PAnKD dy 'I TO S llT 1 Mr. marlis. or seventy-fivcents. Bismarck's Conkling laid: "Nover mind, nnd Junqwd oir fOtrDl..l eoi ul .iV',l"l? 'oM comlJ.t. A IdtUr or tolographiJitiessago tak&jjurt two THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ai.l.anrlln r.r cut It utDirieuit. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass, wlfo weighs only 13 pounds. Tho weight of with tho ngllity Dr J. seconds to go tho two and a half mil. The UtKlitnttiiifuiUa. of a newsboy. Chicago urt coir tr a quickest titans of transit nre sura to bo adopt his famous dog, tho Uelchshund, end his foot- Herald. And tie LoulsTllle- Aleott JU List, For sale by all Druggists. iZruiCkesiolCa. ed in the long run. It U tho evolution of pro- men, is unt'ortunatuly not given. Chicago IIuJkh.N. Y. ClnolnusU.l Suiujrgllns Through tha Mulls. gress and nothing can stop It short of tho uni- Times. Ohio. Sold by Oruf glsth verse. Not only will private homes lwvo An Inspection of tho COO mail bags that Hut One Thlnfr Lucking. fries It 1.00. Ono year for onlf 83 two psners for llttls theso tube, but all of our largo cities will bo A lady in Franco thought that if Btraw-berr- y were sunk in tho Oregon, nnd havo slnco boon more tban the price of ons. pneumatically connoctcd. Ojioago will be recovered, shows that ladies smuggle a great ices wero ouly sinful, no pleasure could XiHBF HVVmo.A.1,, BTANFOHD. KY. iierhapy ten seconds by letter from Now York many French glovos, with hiceH, ribbons, etc., By tiiTlDir u 33 tou will rectlre lor one Tear nnd San Francisco a minute or so. It will exceed that which is to be enjoyed in tho con- in nowspapers sent by mall. DJaiVTIedT, tbe Proprietor ' Tur borne paper with tha the Bouth. democrat- W. P. WALTON, clisjigo a great many things and do away sumption of the pleasant fruit. renresenutlTa newmarer of 8TANF0BD, KY. ' if anil fnr wilU tho ctcam cars as a null carrier. The Iia 1us.r """"" tnrltf fnr rnVAllill. nnlv. anil f Ofloe South side Main Street, two doors Veni it II confer u hw '.n the publisher and do W need the money dae as for sntscrlptloa aid 6lte of Sir go, 30x60. Eight complete sets of Seen, brightest and ableit family weekly In tha United the Wrers Hotali Byritem la yet la iu infancy. 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