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V. H. Dunn and ThoinuH Kmery gomcry. ,
have formed a partnership in the livery' In his last issue the editor recalls
business ami will run the Cursner the fact that he has for 14 yearn
ed over the inteiests of the Intkiiioii,
The great number of petition pass -
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" to ton. body want, to be
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.111. yUllllC .1HIV 1IIJII ..tlllT I..
,., 1.tiin u, , . ,, ,,luf uv.ln..li.v .
iii.ii - Km 111 T. . V inni i . Hint m r'liii rvm t r I
, nt tJ((i wl,le(V of lni. )ri(i(.'H Nrk.ntH, in
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Dunn; for rob-
bin); Wm. llanford's hen roott was !'"! tottennj; eases, in a strange
to tin oeiiitentlarv for 1 vear. ity, haunted by the (hosts of
(Juess the chickens are clad and will
not roost so hlch now.
The town was crowded Sunday
with the colored population. The col
ored membei of the 0. F. M. paraded
tin streets and afterward assembled at
one of their churches to hear n sermon
by one of their "blc cu"
A little excitemeiu was created on
the streets Saturday evening by a tight
between a negro man and his wife. She
was the aggrvtsor and no doubt needed
"currying down" as some told him If .'I
would whip her they would pay his
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rlllll' III'MHIIS Uf( .ill. n. linn
iKiuglit of .Mr. carsner livery staine
and grounds on the corner of and
Main for 7.oOO. The trade has been
cancelled because in a previous sale to ,y lllllchni.ryi nilopU.t, t.very ri.,iilblt. ,,. XjOlfTID 5C CO., kam
m. wmm urnw.
.Save of an adjoining house he had ,(rnv,.mt.nt) inverted the papor into :. .
soltlhalf the wail, while Heed's deed;., ' ' "
M.mi.wet.kv, ,.mployori a steam en-1 '. 'Jl. . .'
called for all of the wall.
-The Commercial Club of Danville i
Wl I IIOUI IIS lirSI mOIIlUiy IlieClinC UCXl
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Tues-lay night. Much business will be ;
alteiuleil toanil a uiscussion oi me new
niilnsi.l will be hatl during the evening,
1 he tirst meeting siiouiu i.e largely in-
tended as these are the meetings that we
should be most concerned in so as 1
; make a goo.i oeginninc. .
- The Methodif.t meeting at Mt. Car-
inel, Fleming County, icsiilteri in over
MNf Vlmnn Willaid announces
A1i .lh 1(s . WorMV ,v of pnivi.r
, fr t. t,.,n.,(.nuice cause.
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-n 1 1 1 1
service will be held at
(k. u.i,vteiian chuieli next Sunt lay,
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with the usual preparatory meetings, be
' ginning Friday night.
1 IJfv. lteu Helm prayed for the in-
..;,, administratioii Siintlay. Tlie
mVei of the righteous availeth much,
fiiir it will take a long pull, a
tiong pulliuiri 11 pull togethei to help
.-chi. Methoibpt pmyer meeting on
'uirsilay nights is. me o'f the best attend-
t.,1 al moM interesting in town. Near-
v nil the membei take pait and at the
. 1' . ,m.,,ting the music was particularly
good. Mis. I'orler Stagg sang the soli..
"Sweet t.alilee." with maiked sweetness
and c licet.
The meeting at the First
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Clillicii nere ciiisen nisi uii;iii .11
the,.nd of its Ith week, and Mr. Hale re-
H ,,i l.i.uisyille thi morning.
Uh, ,. ,,,.,. atl.lcl to the chinch yes-
t,.naV( making a total of HO since the
.t.ting began. The membership now '
j j, 7:51. livensboro Messenger.
We are not in the habit of
, ing the good things Niitl about us by our
partial brethren of the .piill, but as this
1 eoniiliiueiits one who fully deserves it,
w take plcicuro in copying it. It is
j fiom the I .neville Messenger.
We are gratilietl to leain that
,y lu.nu.( i,t unfortunate Mm. Walton,
, ,,f tju. stnfr.l Imkiiioii .loi 11x11., has
H, far fiom tlie injuries re-
tvu. vy sidewalk as to take his
piaeeatthe journalistic iieim. inn. '' - ,
, supremely lucky h, have ;
-.. C. Walton to take
,, M,j,. assistant as ,
(.,w. f his piper .luring hi riisabilitv.
, We are glad to know that while Mm.
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n-.1. u iiiiuu snmnu ic. 1 .1.. nn I v 1 r.itioit ,loii: M.
(, m. of its prestig.
DiNMi.i.i:. Mr. .1. Movie Kead was
stiucKon the heari by a falling rail and
seriously hint, .lurige N. S.unlifer can-
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;. M " Sailing
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The Atlvoca.e safe has been system-,
llti,av robbetl for sometime by a Mhi.e;
. ,HV, w,,.. name is sup,..e I at the re-'
Ucuuest of his father, who is an honest,
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Illllll'tkllllVIII. .1' II"! i.
..i...l .,.' ll.m. Win. Meikele a pair of
liUhand mules tli.it weigh J.s.MI .ounds,
A recent sale of leal estate in Chica-
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V" viu'iuh.t..' I"' "
, A. moiii.i, a ....so.., rubber
, dealer, has faileri for a in. Ihon.
Pearl Chcuault, a negio girl, was
couvlctetlat Louisville Saturday of rob-
blng the Uichinon.l postolli.e.
,''" '"" He may well contemplate
with honest pride the result of his la- or
bor,. Jm-ob of old won undying fame ,
by hit perseverence in lab.iring I years
to M,c,lr uif... i,,, W.ilton Iiiih lw.Mt..n
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Jacob'M time to death. I widl 1 riMuemher ...... . -..
when I tlrt mw him. younj?, handsome,
hopeful, ensconced In n dark and dlniry,
little otitco, Hurrounded by a chaos of
U" '"' wrinkled rollers
tond of county papers that had riled in
unhonored infancy; but exhibiting that
peculiar Hash of the eye and alertness of
movement that bespoke a determination
to do or die. His progress, in spite of
many obstacles encountered bravely and
scattered by his unflagging energy, has
been conMuually onward, upward and
triumphant. First he won a better wife
than both of Jacob's put together. He
infused his own spirit into his paper, increased
its size, beautified its aspect Hnd ,
mnoe it one oi me sauciest (and at tnei
same time most UigntueU, eliects In tlie.
the Original office WHS too contracted for .
, j HHniration. ami tl,,.n.or,. . nmeur.
ed a spacious and pleas,int builtling, .lis '
Ciinled his old cumbersome and unsight
jine to generate his power and settled
tll(. ,,ro,em of the age by showiug that I
nnnlriMi. n nnl mil,- li... I.nl
Jll ll,f' llv
ir0!irH.r. An.l permit me to put in the
,mnoe lio.mt that the piesent
tor has in a feeble, obscure ami
t,.(ijn,, WrtV .t. Hjt, tju. ,,.,,.,. (.V1.
tm..r tltl t. ,,.M.t editor. He
loves the old, familiar sheet the editor
-his kindly stall' -even confesses to a
growing admiration for the coloicd I
its- and while sharing none of the gin-
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ry, rejoice in the success of the I. . I.
-William M. Kidd .Hid Mis. Victoria
;, MV(.H ,xf .,. wm. nmfM
at Mr W M Wood's near HHilauit
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y ti'i.luy. Kiriri was in town for his li-
J.,.nM. before vestenluv morning,
The Pope was Til Friday.
The House verv iioierly declined to
vote a vein's salary to the widow of the
late Chief .Justice Waite.
1'ariiieah voted by JUKI majority Sat-
unlay $l(Hl,tK)0 to the'l'adueah and Ten-
ucsscc and ..ai,iKHI to the I'.ulucah. Hick-
m:in and Southern railroads.
-'Mini." si young Seminole linliau
brave, became crazy and started on the
warpath in the Florida Ferglatle.
With a Winchester rille he slew seven
Indians befoie he was himself killed.
' A claim agent at Washington has
sued W. F. Vila and 1'. M. (i.'iicrut
Uiekiiisoii for SIlU.lWO damages because
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niev uoiiiieii posimasieis 111,11 ins seivi
,.cs were not necessaiy in llieadjustmeut
of their claims.
Near '.riiigliell Kobert Mullen shot
and fatally wounded Kobert Moore, his
brother-in-law. .Mullen's wife had left
Iumi and gone to her brother's home, the
latter being shot while defending his sis.
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l Harvey, son of the editor of
,u. wv,..,.,,, :,'.,iirrier, shot himself
tt,je under tlie inllueiuv of liipior, but
t. ,all struck a rib and glanceri instead
of reaching the heart. It is saitl that
,s disslpatiou was caused bv
(U1(.y V1. t)u. (e., ,lf !.
(iVt w'ilson, of West
Mll.,j ,.,.,.,11,1,.. to .lemocrats in the :tri
11(l uli .listrlets, but thcic.ublie.in can-
lll(Illtt.s wilI ...mu,, for the scats before
0lll;,tvs,and lluallv get them, as the re-
nil.- will b.' to seat republican
(,,llt)..s,ants siu.i.lv because them
In the trial of Thomas It. Vines, the
clerk xxho had himself shipped in a trunk
to St. Louis, with ShlKL stolen from his
employers, the jury found a verdict of
guilty, but also found that he Mas uiino
,K. tile. The ...Mures that he under-
uent during the trip ought to haveato.,.
-MM Figgott. the IMrne.l letter
flin,,.r, WIW ,Male.l at a Mclriri hi.telau.l
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pl"- .....under arrest. I ggott asked
tol.e allowed .0 step ... one side o, the
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..i.iiiln.l iilinliilllkiill 111 Hill wfl I
wasgiauieii, ....v.,..r ne s... ..
nnmc.nate.y p.acu.g 11 at his
immtli iii.hi, Killing nimsc.i.
William' Henry Harrison used .s,..7.s
winds an.l IS Fs in his inaugural address,
l. I's, Polk I.HO.j
ami IS l's, Muchaiiau '-',771 ami - Is,'
Lincoln Jl,'VS.s anil 4.S I's, (.rant l,i::i ami
;i l's, Haves J,I7:' ami 111 I's. tiarllelri'
'-, "' 1 IV, A.thur M ami one l,;
xJleveian.i ,.,, -., ., , . .
I BSLED MY. STRSff. SlC.
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Metcalf & Foster,
Stanford. wholesale .jmi t.r b full
,mki in a I'KKkins
PTiy N'B f
i h..,LUrtdih e wrvice ol n competent Curia
prepared to d any nnd all
p.iinn: to lu:2ie. At
Work entrusted to me 'till n.e mj prrvnal
.Mi wrl ouarjuteed. Vttct
able. W1I. DAUCJHKRTV.
STANFORD ROLLER MILLS.
All pcrton vrh.in,j . life .tnd will
wife let them ue Ciaieut Hour made nt
M.infurd Roller Mill- Call fur it .it
eery, and if they have not u'ot it on hind,
them .. to keen '. '..... It. or cet .. an .. order flMm tbrm . anil
Kkl H ai mc ..llli ana I win guarantee ., fitc.i,iui 1
and imcretlu lamily
08 V N. I'OTTS, Supsriniendcnt.
On Sunda) night, Peirmher y-th, in the town
ntaiuoru. nv.. a nbALN uitar. aioui
; .W" 'i ',1
handt tilxh. j yVartld, both hind Itijt vihit, smal II
f!.tar inth ifcrehed mvl n(p On no-. He earr ;
aVhl&to'aV; he. y, Utoe onr .idea, lie
new, with blue cloth bmn. theState
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AJh a i .h ef J S C. RKII).
JH Stanford, Ky.
For Drug. Medicines, the fainou. Srup ol Hb
ffci our DiJDic
nrnr.tin. (ne Lln.in. Tmlct AiiifIk. Ac.iroio 1 I
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lUIU 4X .v.. .'nmuiiv. Ml I i '. -v.....
,nuend0roTurd?uTdepartmJent; al.tt'end to
' ol l n B M l vn or
Lincoln Circuit Court.
A.J. Sijjler and M. V. jicler, in petitiun
'riii1 petitioners inn inj; fill d their pititiori in tin.
Llerk nottice ol .im mint, a.kn that .ml .11 .
silr be empowered m au e, enjc.j,eii and con-
ev lor her u benefit nn I rnperu -he mai ,
own oraciuire. fr,m the debt, or cUtmxif
hi r hub.iuil torn ike ritiitr.i. t. iitf .ml li? sued
a-a woman, tr.ulv in hr w iuiiil atut
ill -pose ot properi b ujll or died,
it incv ourrcu tnut nutin. f Mid action I.e
pnWi.hed ... .he Journal. i,v..,w,..r
m v,.,,,,.,... . ,.,.,.. .M,j;,
''''J. ' il.rk L11...1,, i.r, ,ni c.irt.
lit II L mrnnn 1 Uv LlliilvL1 nMirrrr
THE MYERS HOUSE
E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor.
u Hotel in Kent u.. k a It'itrr rrint..t on.
and it. pri.priel'ir 1. .It I rmineil tli.n it
.ball be maintained
lie retentU idiled I . api o.aiinrnt.
Pool and Billiard Parlors
A First-Class Livery Stable
'l'n acion.mida e tie demand "f li.
transient pa.riir.ia'. I tet luni. i.t. Inrnt.hed
Co.i..ueri...il Ir.oelcr. and ollur
M hi inc for Throat iiml l.mig Dull-
. ir. Iiiih lel.g lircll, Hint still is, A it's
.. It cures Croup,
V. lumping ('(High, Itroiieliltls, ami
Whom; mk.iIi.'.s iriitutien ot
anil Fauces; .strengthens the
1.c11l Oi'gi.tis; alln.xs sureni'ss uf the
I. lings; jireieiits Consumption, tin. I,
even in advanced stages of that disease,
relieves Coughing and induces
Tliero is tin other j.rejiariitiuii fur tils.
Ku.es of the throat and lungs to I.e
with this reiuetlj .
"My wife had a distressing cough,
Willi pains hi the siile anil breast. We
tried ;u ions incihciiies, I. nt nun.' did
lier any good until I got a bottle of
Axer's I'herry. Pectoral, which lias cured
her. A neighbor, Mr., (lleini, had the
measles, an.l the cough was relieved by
.,.. It. .11... I. St til..... Ark.
"I hat been allliclcd Willi nsthliiu
for forty xears. Last spring I was taken
wPU ax Client cough, xvliieli tlireat.'lie.l
.. tci'iiiiiiale my iln.s. Kxeryinie j.rcw
it. mi. cd in.- In ci.i.siiumtlou. 1 deter.
t I to tr. Axer's I'lierry Pectoral.
It. e. Is we're lo.i.'l.'ill. I was
' 11 lie. ed anil eiiuiiliiieil to improve
.1 1 iilhcl.x leei.Vi'red." Joi'lllllll.ird,
n i '!if I, Cet. II.
-i linintlis iign I hi.d a severe
11 ... of tlie lungs, hi'i. tight on hy an
.ml eutl'll which deprived in.) of
! p an I I tried xarioiis
II. .. bill ebli.ined IK. relief Until I be.
.m in I. ike Axer's Cherry Pectoral.
'en iH.illesnf this medicine cured u.e"
X'.. I'!. Cohlllll, I'.I Seeninl St., Lew. II,
For etilldrell illlllclcri with colds.
.-..ii is, s.ife ihr.uit, ..r cro.ii., I .hi nut
kium of 111.V cinfil whicli will give
I. ore .sm..Ii relic, i'.ii.i. Aver's Cherry
- :,,'.. I I.11 ' f.'uiid it. iilsii, h.Mihi
hi ci.... ii 'i....iing Cough," -
il I... . '. . IJ."i7 ..s.ih.gli.ii street,
Ayer's G!;:ny Pectoral I
I .' . '. O lX
Dr. J. C. .; i Co., Lowell, Mast.
I . .11 .l.tlr.,:.
I.KK F. HUFFMAN,
Stanfohd, - - Kentickv.
OITice outh tide Mim, two dour ntx Depot St.
HARRY A. EVANS,
Minrnl .nut I iraKcr Land. General
An.iliU - Wcrk
lf(T II II 11 4 WALLACE,
Man's Outfitter !
5ij Fourth Atenui',
Louisville, - - Kentucky.
H. B. WILSON,
I HUM PSO N & BOYD,
Manufacturer, of rlne Saddles and tlnrne In
errv .. tlvle . and .. Hiiiih - ---. Lnnn .- n. . ihr ...- mJ. ........ R ,r
and Trottlne Katunmci tu .rwutltv
No. jj lia.t Main Street, IhXIMiTOK, Ky.
0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D.,
OfHce on I. inc.iii'r Street, oppo.itf Court-Hou
till ! M w M rt H(iil trm k t L t A 1 . T IL.i..
pr.lctlce lit profe..ion. calj. the of the
pub Uc lo the fact that be uill be readv at all hour.
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Thirty yeiri of Ills lite ere spent in Stanford and
ne drenu it to peaJc ol Iiim ability a
aph)sleun and surgeon. AvharcoftS. patron,
aeof the people ol Stanford and ic aity Walked
by him. 6j.tf
r rlllt and Ornamental TrOOS
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" " ,,,,i ripc me, rtnjr.iiru. nmau
JruilvUfiwcnnir 1 shrubnd ecr)thing uvully
ftinnil In .nrli !in .t.K l.km.ni
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1 MILLION STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
A perlalMr.mbcrr) CatalcKUc. A ecncrul
rri Citalojue ISoth ent free on npplic.111011. A
fullitnik i'rices low We py no agents
II K HII.I.KNMKVKR.
J. h. Hiiroar,
I'HI tk 1
aa .livk ...mpktu in all it. department' and
,,ock oOien". and "oylJo.M.u. C.
;m,,riv Cumr) pr..d.'.ce in e.ihantfe
forsootN Will hate our Cliritmn Stock by Ue-
cemberui (Jalllnaud luokmlt.
R. B. GEOGHEGAN, .
M'MIOHAEL, THE' HATTER
Gil 4TH AVRNUE,
. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.'.
The Nobbiest & Most Stylish
St. Ik of
H A il O9
K.ierlriMi)l.l t" the nl) i.l loiu.iille, l.ou open
KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS
Anda'tom; own .nipi.rtaliiiii of linlnh Hats
and Caps An elegant Iii.h ol Canes and Lyon's
I'cltliratrd I'lnl.rellas uhva on hand fine
SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS,
iloc. and other I ir, 1. .penult) Orders
my miIui ml, pirfeit salitfactlor
llmi't lull Mord.T.1 N'OllltV li'VT il iy
Livery, fted and Sale Stable,
W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS.
, K1M111N, K
Good turnouts ami (addle horses always lor hire
on reasonable terms London is the ino.l convenient
point on the railroad l" reach places in the
in the mountain s .10.1 nftlie Mate 10
g)) tOUIiVUU, NtwAllIIT
A NKW FAST. MAIL
LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI
Daily, Seniles 10 I'raielers,
THE MOST RAPID ROUTE
Kver allempted lielueen the v,real conmictclal
cities on the Ohio Koer and Chicago, and hence
the fastest time and must comfortalile train,
all points in the South, or t the XX'est and
Northwest. 'I he counterpart of tins train on all
trunk lines is denominated The Limited K press.
'I he super), rolling siotk vte employ ies palrout
t' ..limited Comfort
".Xlall Coupiin .Hikes in (lie Soi.tr.
joii will find our lime tallies and ticket.. Say Mo.
linn, jjt Mono.) and sllik lo Mouon.'il you Kant
to s.ue money and h.nc a plert'nt jo.trnev. 7
(ie.teral l'aent'er Aue.it,
; Citv Ticket Agents and OHics:
' I. M. lliuk'N.H, Uf lli Ae l.ouissille,. Ky
li. A Tokskm'k, il ine si., Ctncinnaji phio
Semi-Weekly Interior Journal. vs
VOL.XVII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 5. 1889. NO. 7.
GEORGE 0. 1JARXKS.
God Is jLovc and Nothing
IMtAleSM THIS I.OItD.
Con.dusloii of letter from Nth bel
Island, rla.j ......
W hat nru these. .1 roves oi uwouer.s on
tlu ImwIi that llrst attract the eye. If the '
weather he pleasant? "Fiddler."
are called; a species of dwarf crab, that
...s... :.. ... ,.. . ...in.l in m, ....,111.1.. nom.;
yui..i. i (
. i ii'i uiiii move ill ed rank like . .
' of anH. m they ko down to the 1
uiiter'n iiiamin to feed. A vou
pro.ich they tlee ap.ic, th. p.ttrinrctw of '
tin host lifting their one d.iw in a soit r
of iwllaut but feeble m.Miace; yet still lie.-1
imr, ns they threaten, just like the rest,
I.tveiy litUe Hi'WPii they are. I Ke
them much. They are untiring scavengers;
make the ol ball in catchlun
sheephead, or striped basn, that comes
on our table dally. Funny fellows, o
liiK sidewise even, anl rattling h staccato
movement with their little claws over
ii.,.i..i,..,l.n,l .. ml.thiei
rustliiiK in the dry urans, as they climb j
to fttrtUer s.ife retreats, in their tlini.lt
lllRht. They are always in a state of re-!
ta-at. IndeM the poor little thiu 'e
preyed upon by many devouring mun
htein, the cimiim, who ill them ,
up iiml spun' not. Ducks gobble them;
seu blnJji feed on them; and llsheruicn
draw on them for handy ami excellent
bait. They live the life of hunted cr. a. j
tnrvs, by ilay and uicht. Amuinxuuuf
Ik'Ih of our old friend, theruccoou, haunt
these shoii".. They
mi? expert can open an oyster or I
Miussel shell: take for dessert;
and watch the turtles with marauding,
intent hs they de.r.it their ecus on the
.and. I have been told they will even
sit iitxjiin tut tie's back while, the ciea
tiire is liiyinc a nest full of i-C-'S but I
think this nnicti.v" is exception. ,
..I .1 il l.i. Iriii. nt ill', tin. mlllllTs. L't'll" '
irally waiting, in small n,h.iiN, and
marking their piey from a emulous
t.uuv. Oueoui gt u jHjpm them with'
u i?un anv niclit. when the moon is shin-
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jug Thev patitil the beach In full lorce,
ii.iLimriiiifiiTvtutui! eatable, whether
tliMwn up by the waves or left by cam-
trssliotlsekeepls. While We cookctloii
sV.re, near the Tea Tephi. fur the H.M
i.w dasiif ainval they visited our
111 nightly, i'.i ..... ...I. .. .1..... liktsl.
Hut we me waiiileiiiig fiom the beach.
la us return.
1 he shells would In' toinlrieicri mrv
and plentiful and beautiful, on the San
t alios side, but that we lute been oil
toe tuilf beach and seen how many mine
tliinaie: arid how t'N.piisite i the seat-
wealth of "that- bisiiitiful shore."
I! it 111 thce iniiitr u.M.ks, wheie the k.-
uf tliesharply'i'urve.1 jMiints is
.. ruble, there are piled up b.inks of
shells lot I feet deep, of nearly iiiiifoim
s : gitienilly an inch in diameter, pine
white and of such delinite pattern that
it seems 11 sill er them Willi
..in- From these hanks we
-l the material for strewing our church '
tl.Mir and making the daintiest gaideii
walks iina iuable. The most striking
f.atuieof the I'liutiHionla t.i.iud Hotel iug cough is raging In this and
?l a ria -is the biendth of these ex- Kingsville nelghborhoisls. Win. lion-
.,iisite shell walks that radiate from the tin has iHiught the piopeity known as
, Mule eraiiilah. the pmpeity, where he
W millions, too. arc the mangrove units has opened a lirst -class stock of general
st lting up the stocks anil foliage so that merchandise. .I. II. Ilutt is salesman,
1.11c can Malk thioiigh 11 labyrinth, of , Zaehariah Padgett Mils taken to jail
these with terday by Constable (Jil.M.n to pay aline.
itrablesharicoveihe.nl and the bodies of , of SUIaitri the ctwts for coiumitting 11
t.c tnis Iving In and , breach of the peace at Itntontown not
nntastii wiithings far above the wash of long since, lie attacked Arch Huston
U.e salt tide. The n.ots take I10M of bare with 11 pistol with the intent of doing
.s.nri What noiiiislimeiit they liuri is him bodily harm.
s irclx "after their kin.l." So other tree
le.t tiie maiigiove mn thrive ami grow In ITlMiThoiiiim.leHeison was defeat-,
ed for I'lesideii. of the State-,
with nothing to eat but sand; nothing to
dunk but brine, of these superb hut foui yeais later he was triumphantly
as one threads the giiarle.1 atiri electe.l; in Iv.'Hien. Jackson
knotte.1 tangle, give the impiession of
,i. pilla.ed grantleur of a cathedral;
the wildest luxuriance of nature; (he
l,k. as ...ssible; vet both striking the
1 . . .' . ......
Mini' III o III aesiueiic niuiiie.
Itehin.t these mangiove jungles 11111
narrow an.l shalhiw streams bee ami
the.e, where the cranes an.l curlews; hit-
teins and cormorants delight to gather
(Ii.. .lie it. These "KMIkerit's IIIC
noisy enough in the early morning; and
Mhen a I. an foot invades the solitude
tUe whining of wings ami
mes of the disturbed birds, .ill ,1 1-
kin with 11 chaos of strange sounds.
Theplu.nageof the white crane vies
M.ththato the ostiieh ... grace ami
bcautx. Iheyarefoun.l bv the
and In these mangiove swiimps
Itut who can give, even a half idea '"
theuiiaceuston,e.is.gu.sa,... s......s ...
this tropical latitude? F.xciythlng is
., strange; ami the en.uess xane.es ...
1 t .11 .1... 1 I I ....Hi..
liuwn ami noi oame u.e oiai.i ...... re.....
riescribetl.em. I of
to my reaileis what xx 111 an.l 1 see every
morning as we trudge to the hoineslcad,
Uisalreariy growing familiar to us, and
we stamp upon the shelly glories of the
beach, without taking time to admire
Mid wonder at anything, unless it be
Hotnrtliinft so singular and before unseen
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. . "l"' momeni Th, Clin, ,,ryor company ,,jayi., t0 Mr. Zach Shackleford, nn old riticn ,
.'VTi i"i" i . .. . . .. a small house hcru Friday night, of the county, died iit Millerigeville on' I am prepared .osinp.it short nnice, fr. n. .m
I lillb.ll this hurriedly Oil the The of .he IhL. A
0n,y fl.w rou ,, ,,,,. , Sl(turtlHyi ,,t. w,w bl,Hl.(, u our wmi..
storm Is over. Il..y tranmill and serene; t0 nnUBUn,tj0ll A. K. Gibbons and tery on Sunday. Funeral servieesat the load or n.i cr quantity! . uidr. iturd.
sunbright; air b ihny. We are ,, ,. T ... . nlimm, ,,, llllmi,er. C'lirLthiM church hy F.lder J. (). Mont-' ,.., li. d.ijlicla .
ing to run up lo Fort Myers in tin A lire
Hoxvard, tlwt pusses St. James at noon.
F. M. is our county town, wheie wo ut
Jn 0nim lnH f)f ,l0lwwU.ai ,.,,,,..
o,.,.,.,,.,. v........ si,...." .i... . ...... i i. v .. .,.,(... . .
s, Carlos -is waiting to transport our
t;; ' lu.nhcr n',i" V," ,ft';;
nlwl "llurk and
hy our trusty Bally
In the wagon to the new premises. Tart,
i w.e i ruupc reina.n w hupeniuei...
I - - t 1 I
mova . 1'art no to J-. M. on the needed
"'iPil W e expect to retuin
morrow, I). V.
o alt H present liuiry ana rmstle n.l
)w " ""' hi ot circumsian.vs ano
'''om - in na.ie. All well.
Kvvi in .lesu, (iX). O.
Programme of Tench era' Awociatlon,
To be held nt Mustonville, .March loth
and lth, 1M0.
Welcome Address. Her. Ilocle. lies-
pons. - , JTOJ. Mies.
"Inornnce a crime in this A-, essay,
. , , ., ,
o.u.es o. u.e
' In.tmtiv.stoMudy. Mn.. J.
"Wonls," 1'rof. Itupley.
"How Shall wc Sruiv lUter Houses
and Nioess.iry Appliances?" Mrs. .M. V.
"TeacheiV Authority and liiuhtt
How Key. lbfU.
-"What Shall We do With The
Had (iiil?" Miss Alice Stuait.
DiviisMon to follow each suhjiit.
"How Shall we IV-come Successful
Teachers?" K. I.. Tanner.
of Parents. I'rof. W.
Ksuy -"Mind, Not a .Inc." Miss Mot-
"What htill we Teach the Chiltlum?"
Miss .iic IVtlu.
"As is the Tiiieher. o Ts the Schfsil."
Mis Miltie ( row.
..ir i ci it i . ii ti
Mow h.trMiall we luplls.
Mis Fannie Wright.
"Shall we l.owcr our Wages to eeuie
H I'osltlon : I'roi. I Ii. MllglelUII.
T.i.stee,. patio,,, ami fiiends, wo en-
treat you to eii.i.ur.ige u ly your I"'
I'Kor. W. F. Nims, j
I isir. N. w . lli'oiii, , Com.
Mils. .1. F. (!oi:it.
Jliniii.vMi. -Mis. L I. Faulkner is
visiting friends uinl ivlativesat l"'"'"!'"',
and .lellieo. We 1."I;
to see her letiirn We understand
that twoof our prominent men are con-
tending f.u the I. . at this but Me
winimt see their objeet as there is nel-
ther high honor or laiye pay in it, but a
dniwiiing man will catch at a straw.
.lolin lliuch hisjust returned fioin the
..;... i..... 1... 1.... 1 ....
iikmuiiiiius lie mis ..,1 ii
jwctlng tour and appeals to I.e in high
spirits iiImmiI the liimbei business in that
section. Cash A Faulkner ate doing. a
g'"l hitsliiess at their saw mill, w hoop
".r . .vs,..e,., .. .....go ..e ...,., .. ,..,....-,
i.y of the ,..n.ular v.,.e, but in ls tie...
.lackson was chosen pivsi.lent hi an
mens,, m.ijorily; in s:l ilham Henry
I Ian ison was defeated for I'rcsH.leut, but
.............. .........I.... I... ......... ,1... .........
nt 1 n. iiiiv elei'lloti in KU'iMi tlie eoilll
. Theie is nothing in the above
nuive 0.., ... ,., , ,.,1, , s ... 1.. .. s.
'"" .mver Uevelunri: besides the
ehvtion of Men 11 trr.son was boiigh.t for
I.t... In. .1.111 lu.irL'.tl iiii.l II tli. 11. .v. .til.
' I" "" v " ""
. . f . . t . 1 . ... . a 1 .
h.ini...auou is ..s.,s,.s , tne se.se o,
''i. cr.s.s ,, ,,.- ... ca. u can
pivvent .1..' uoininat.ou and elect...,,
Mr. Cl.,.1-1,.1 ..M.
,,,,.., ,. , ,.rrt.h.,l..Wlial
do you mean, yon young scamp'.'
1 1 1...1 1.11.. i.t...
I 1ll.ll III' III II. 111 ll.l.l.lll'
..,.,. ,.,., .rniu,
" - -
A. .pealing to Diana, the (ioririess of
llu. .:,,u.sians, for help, is as useless asi
trvII(r to .,-,. .lli..n, without Hanter'si
magic chicken cholera cure. "No cure
110 pay. Sold bv Mcltobcrls - SIiili!. it
- - -
1'cri.ui.. wi.l.u.j .i improve their iiifitiurips ur
slrenjltitii their pnucr of .itienlinu lumlde..d In
I'm). I.msetie J17 I'illli Ae., N. X., fur Ills pros,
peel... pn.t fie. ... ... aniillivr I'olli.i.il.
DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY.