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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885041401 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 1885 $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. Semt VOL. XIV. naI fl il win HUSTOHVILLE. LINCOLN 'iitefio COUNTY. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. mtftraL NO. 13; STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL U, 1885. and Friday The Ifanity of Life. Twenty years ago the little old town of Appomattox Court House in Virginia was the rcene of a notable gathering of distinguished military chieftains and of a momentous historical event. 80 momentous that it lifted the insignif icant town, with its single atreet, its court house, tavern, meeting house, blacKsmith'e forge and dozen of residence?, out of tho musty obscurity of a gazetteer lo blszon its name on the pages of history, and to weave it, with its apple tree, into the pectry and prote of the nation. So momentous that it established forever the triumph of Free Government and sounded the name of Ulyrses S. Grant through the trumpet of fame to the four quarters of the earth. Twenty years ago Gen. Grant rode into Appomattox, alter a horseback journey of more than thirty miles, in his ordinary campaign suit, and mud stained, to receive the surrender of Gen Lee Seated at a plain pino tabic in one of the boutea of the town, the Union and Confederate leaders epetdllr agrted upon the terms, and without excitement or apparent exultation, strong in his soldierly honor and earnestness, the victor formally ro crived the surrender of 23,000 Confederate soldiers, the whole remaining army of Northern Virginia, 10,000 muskets, 050 wagons and thirty pieces of artillery. Then, in a few simple words, the commander of the Union forces communicated the consummation of the People's hopes, the crowning gloiy of his life, lo the Government at Washington. "General Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virgin ia tbii afternoon upon the terma proposed by myself. On the ninth day of April, 1S05, twenty yeara ago Gen. Grant stood before the people the leading citizen of the world. The victorious captain, the generoui con queror, the true soldier, his namo was Hash ed along the wires and through the cable to all parla of the Union and to every civil ized natiou of the earth. No crowned bead, nn foreign Prlcce, no soldier of any European army could equal hia renown. No citizen of the Republic, except Abraham Lincoln, was aa close to the hearts of his owo countrymen. To day the great military chieftain lies suflering the torture of a painful malady hit strength gone, the grave yawning to receive hit earthly remaim, his laurels valueless, his fs me a passing breath, hia frienda powerless in save him. From everything to nothing' II )r vain and transient do all the am bltiona and triumphs of life appear at such a moment! Fcr how brief a time do they lam' How strikingly does the dread lev eller prove to us our overestimatlon of their teal value! -- N.Y. World, of 0th. I asked a physician if there really were any atructural difference between the tongue of a woman and of a man. "Certainly," he replied; "the organ is attached to the tloor of the mouth at one extremity, and it ia a fact that in the females the con trolling muscle are much more pliable than in males. Those muscles which con. trot the acts of taite, prehension, and deglutition are not appreciably diverse in the sexes, but thote relating to articulation are enormouslv developed in woman as compared with man." I told him that ho wax a real mean old thing, and that I didn't beI lieve n word of il; but, privately, shouldn't wonder if it were the gospel truth. Cincinnati Enquirer. to-d- ay to-da- y dust-covere- d to-da- Mbftarteirl TtiCBtlayt 83.00 XM2R ANNUM 'x When paid itrietljr In dTnce, II w hare to valtanr time, ta.OO will te chanted. W. P. WALTON. Cuiie. Mntllda Hutchlun, of Brooklyn, be IIstm in faith cure, but lier faith in in her powera rather than in any iif rnatural inlluonce. She haa been in invalid from eplnil currature for thirteen yeara. She prayed for relief without receiving any and concluded the Lord had panaed her by. She afterward found that feeling were not fact, and inatead of waiting for the electric thrill of returning health ahe merely believed ahe ttu healed. Under thU bu lief ahe got up, left the room, went down to tea, and in the evening walked lo church, al. though weak anil trembling. Hlie Inflated upon doing everything a though ahe were a well iwreon, and in three months waa ro etored lo excellent health. Here it a hint to the brliever in faith cure. The inva lida uaually restored to health by (ho faith healera aro tboae who perform utlraclei themselvea did they have the courage and the energy to leave a elck bed and have faith in their power to drive out dieeaae Chicago In by good, healthful exercise. Anotiieii Pjmse ok tiir Faith Why does it not occur to some original thinker to suggest that Winter is lingering in the lap of Spring? Squire Adams and Tom Robinson are ready for a fishing excursion to Green River, but waiting from day to day for winter to break. Mrs. M. T. Williams, of this place, to the ladies that she is now re ceiving a large and well assorted line of spring and summer millinery consisting of every new and attractive novelty the markets contain. , We have rumors of a number of changes of base in contemplati on. Rev. Mr. Tavlor ia said to be about to lake the Hilly Williams property, John Ellis to lake rooms at the College and Ed. Hood to 00 cupy the residence of Mrs. VanArsdale. John O. McAlister's premises were visited a few nighti since by parties who slaughtered for him a fat hog and abstract ed a bag of corn, both of which thev carried off and din't charge him n cent. John didn't like such familiarity on a short acquaintance, but admires the coolness of the thief in providing both bread and meal. The telephone wires were caifght by a moving house Friday and probably delivered some unintelligible messages in the various offices. By the way, quite a traffic in portable houses bat sprung up lalelv. The theory is to buy up and establish as many buildings as pofsible on the surveyed line oi the contemplated raiiaoad in the prospect of heavy damage for right oi way. Mrs. John Sutton gave birlh lo a dnughter on Siturday. Dr. Rrown started for New Orleans and intermediate points Friday and so did F. M. Ware. Mrs. Ann Lylea (late Cook) is here on a visit. She says her husband is coming. Miss Annie McKinney has gone to Kansas under charge of Mr. L'tt, a cousin at present. J. B. Green has returned from Cincinnati and fills the blank his absence created. It is amusing to witness the agonies of the Cincinnati papers over the discovery that while thev have been giving their entire attention to the crimes of other States, especially Kentucky, their own city has become one of the most utterly lawless nuisances on the continent. They admit that there ia no species of ungodliness of which the genius of their people is capable which does not flourish there in nauseating luxuriance. The idea of the whipping post as a mean of Brace is gaining considerable favor. The moU taking phase in the argument is the economy of the thing. This mode of reformatory discipline would involve little expense to the State, and no appreciable lose of valuable time to the culprit or his dependent?. The old theory of fine and imprisonment has proved depletive to the pockets and injurious to the morals of the sufferer. Of course a few had smartness enough to make the thing remunerative. We hid a notable case of this in our town a man who for several years worked steadily and made money during the pleasant eaaon, but made It a practice just about Christmas to violato the law and thus secure comfortable quarters and free lunch until spring. He could calculate to a nicety what amount of offense would entitle him to CO or DO days and governed himself accordingly. Now there is no doubt but that a single contract with the whipping post would have up this cheerful speculation and made perhaps a christian of the criminal. 1 Facts Anour Cancers. Nearly every cae of cancer can be tractd to tome exciting cauK, auch csldiieiiiiniomeofthe glanda or a neglect ed warty growth. High living with insufficient exerci4e or the neglect of the general health conduco to it. Tho moat generally ac:ep:eJ idea of the niture of the dhexae W that il i the remit of the morb d growth of deretoinmt of while bind ,! rlf a the cella uautlly found in the canter re aemble thee more than anr other. There cella do not iocreae aod develop like the celli foun in pu and other m irbtd condt lion, but aeem to emtn-tt- e from a definite source, and are pro'lii il i n c iii.rallre- ly alow, but conalanily increa'ing, rate. The increase hat. been n 'i-to correspond with the decline in general Health, and the decreaae to begin with the improvement of health. -I- 'ittaburgh Diapatch 1 H u an injury to the pari, a lo A terrible atory cornea from Tialpam, Tex a. Two yeara ago two men agrerd to change wive. The awap waa favorably re ceive, or one 01 me women, out the older reaialed the vile contract with all her po er. Hhe threatened to expoae the two wretchee, and they, to punish and at the nme time lilence her, took her lo a lonely place not far from town, nod there burled her alive. The act would never have come to light had not one of the wretches tried to commit the aame act on a young girl whom he had failed in aeducing, and who, managing to escape, brought the whole affair to tho knowledge of the authorities Lancaster. Mr. Charles Edward Gangloff waa married to Miss Lena Tschanlz, Saturday, Rev. E, V. Zillars officiating. For many years Dripping Springs has been a favorite Quarterly court convened yesterday summer resort. Its waters have always been remarkably with Judge W. E. Walker prcsldinjr. There efficient in their curative powers. The analysis recently is no important business to be disposed of made by James A. Flexner, shows it have one of the ai this term. cj A six year-olfinest medicinal combinations ever found in a mineral son of Mr. Tram Conn, died Thursday Sr, spring. Especially is it recomended as a tonic and and was interred in the cemetery at appetizer and for all forms of dyspepsia and general this place Friday. debility, and as a powerful alterative. Rev. J. L Allen, of Danville, filled Wm. M. Doores, M., D. Crab Orchard, Ky. the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday 13. Ramsey, M. D., Garrard County, Ky. morning. There were no services in the Pi evening as Bro. Fowle is still unable to C. T. Spilman', M. D.f Paint Lick, Ky. preach. Hon. A. Gallatin Talbott, of Boyle, For fifteen years, myself and family have been visiting candidate for the Slate 8enate, addressed a Dripping Springs during the summer, and have returned small crowd of the dear people here 8atur (!) each time gratcly improved in health. Its wonderful day afternoon. Senator Rigney waa not waters cured me of a.severe case of dyspepsia. I propresent. nounce it one of the finest mineral springs in the world. The mirror, executed by D. R. Moore, Shelby City, Ky. Mrs Geo H Bruce, of your city, and won by Miss Mattie Brown, of this place, wr s on exhibition at Thompson's jewelry store Thirty years ago I was under the treatment of Dr. John last week and wai greatlv admired. Craig, Sr., of Standford, Kentucky, for very serious liver The charter of the National Bank of disease. By his advise I spent a season at Dripping Lancaster, has been extended by the Con Springs and returned home entirely cured, and it gives troller of the Currency for twenty years from (2 me pleasure to bear testimony to the efficiency of its April 8, 18S5. Before the extention a carewonderful waters. 01 ful examination of the bank was made by J. W. Newland, Gauard County, Ky. an agent of the government, with the most Uttering results. This bank with ila large Twice in my life I have gone to Dripping Springs in capital and surplus is one of the solid institutions of Lancaster. very poor health, and after a short stay each time, Miss Nellie Duncan is visiting Mre. returned entirely cured. R. C, Warren in Stanford. Dr. Hugh LoR. M. Argo, Paint Lick, Ky. gan, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday visiting relatives here. Everett Farra, Esq., of Jessamine county, was visiting his mother -ISOIF.NSE S1O0K OF- last week. Dr. R. C. Morgan has gone to the World's Exposition at New Orleans. He will probably remain away two week. R. A. Withcrspoon, of Lawrenceburg, was Jl-lihereon business Thursday. Mrs. W. F, Mi Kennedy and daughter, Messrs. Hal Mcore and Sam Kennedy, of Crab Orchard, and TKiaiMED AND- Mesrs 8amuels, Camp and Webb, of Danville, were at the carnival Friday evening. Simon Higgins is convalescing from an attack of typhoid fever. Only about a dcztn young gentlemen were masked at the skating carnival last - AT Friday evening, the ladies from tome reason refusing to personate any character. A large crowd was present, however, and the evening proved quite pleisant. Some fancy skating by Mr. John Samuels, of DanALL PRICES AND STYLES. ville, was remarkably well done- - and waa heartily applanded bv ihe spectators. Mira es Anns and Tony Vaughan, Maggie and Mamie Currev, Lena Irvine, Altie Marks-burMattie Brown, Katie Mason, Katie Wherritt and several other young ladies wore bright, handsome costume and look It Is not true that the Caar of Russia tent the Mikado of Japan to buy Dr. Bourne'a stock of ed charming and beautiful. A fancy-dres- s Itan Oil to grease the British lion's Ire. carnival will be the attraction for next It It not true that the Sultan of Turkey sent the Eban of Tarlary to buy hit supply of spring Friday evening. Medicines from Bourne. It It not true that the Czarina and the Bultana tent the Cnrowltz to buy their Coametlca Col. Watterson lingers in New York, TmrtMQmii&s 0 H (5 ofcerebro-spinal-menin-giti- s H i ip H hand-painte- d li H 0 w -- BEADY FOR THE WALL! M'EOBEETS & STAGG-'S- . Things that are True and Things that are notTmt. Philip King furnlahea the following novel plan of promoting the growth of watermcl on: Dig a hole lo the ground a ahort die . .f tance from the young melon, place in the hoUanold that will hold water and keep it filled. Place a ball of yarn in this veta.il of water, carry the end nf the thread to the atem from which the melon growa, split the atem and put the thread through it. If the vevel ia kept full of wnter the thread will convey enough tnoUture to the A convict who was executed in Philadelmelon to keep it growing, and the melon phia recently displayed qualities of inge will not ripen until the string ia removed nuily which, if rightly devoted, might have or cut off. fCtrleraville (Oa.) American. won him success in the world rather than a A Ilov an.) a Bee. An humble boy di'gracful death at the rope's end. One with shining pail went gladly singing down of his ingenious contrivances was designed the dale, to where the cow with the brindie to enable him to read in hie cell at night tall on clover her palate did regale A where he bad no light. lie obtained a bumble bet did gaily sail far over the soft sheet of tin, and and after brightening it and shadowy vale, to where the boy with he placed itnutside his window at such an shining ptit waa milking thecaw with tlw angle as to catch the rays of light from a brindie tail The bee sat down on the gas lamp in the kitchen yard, sixty feet cow's left ear, her heel (lew up through away. These rays were then concentrated the atmosphere, and through the leaves of inside of his cell by means of a minifyithe chestnut tree, tho hoy soared Into eter- ng gin's, and by placing his book or paper near the glass obtained enough light lo read nity. Cleveland Herald. by. George Augfutm S1I.1 is one of the few A New York firm applied to Abraham people who have received their eyesight afLincoln, some years before he became Prester being totally blind for a number of ident, as to the financial standing of his years. For three years Mr. Bala lived in neighbor. Mr. Lincoln replied as follows: darknoai. He had lost hia sight, and it "Yours of the 10th instant received. I am was supplied would ba totally blind for aud know well acquainted with Mr. tho rem Under of his life. Bat at the age his circumstances. First of all he has a of nine hls'slght cimeback utmost mlracu-ouslwife and baby; together they ought to he and he has never since had any worth $50,000 to any man. Secondly, he trouble with his eyes, although engaged in has an office in which there is a table worth nn occupation of the most trying nature. S1.50 and three chairs worth ear $1. Last (.The Argonaut. of all there is in one corner a large rat hole Journalism now nn Innper Inarm nn bus which will bear looking into. Respectfully iness; it leads in creating, implring ariu'lT0Urr A. Lincoln." enlarging all channels m commerce, indusA little boy on returning from Sunday try and trade, and largely an newspapers school recently, when asked by hia mother, will profit by it. all legitimate businers will "What was the golden text?" instantly re much more profit thereby. plied: "Hold a grater to Solomon'u ear" Cl'IllC 1'll.K.. For a moment the mother waa puzzled, f wukIi ircicdiil aro lllr back, frequently lower l) of acnw abdomen, and then could not restrain her lnughter tlis loin iiiul Intlis fart cutting tliopntleut to mmiost'liohat somonnVctlcn as the true text came to her " "Iishold a Children tho kliliu-y-t or mlgtilwrln;; organ. At tlmi, greater than Salomon U here flatulenc), get strange notions and need plain words )liiitonn of Imllgp.tloti ute I'trunt, Chicago Journal, uneasiness of tlio stuinndi, etc, A mnlsturr, liko and cleet thoughts. e'l and yet the President seems to have forNo! neither the old Russia nor Turkey gal can get them. Bourne wants tbem for the gotten that but a few weeks ago the fiery county ladles. was shouting, "You have not The Knedlre of Egypt, the Sagamore of theHioux, the Sachem of theCboctawt, theVIalerof Lou. Sultan, the Uotpodar of Moldayta, nor the Puha with hit three boatetailt can buy Bourne's' sent for me aod I have not come." alock of Medicines, Fancy Articles, Eyebelpeis, Mixed Paints, Stationery, Ac, Ac, He wants Commercial for his home trade. While fishing in Chattahoochie river, He wants them lor the fair ladies aud gallant gentlemen, the awet children and dear grsndjtw John Leedom set hooks out to catch cat- ot our own county. Drug Star He wants them for you, gentle reader, that you may find anything kept In a fish. One weighing five pounds was caught, in which was found a $20 gold coin, date at M. L. Bourne'a New Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. Free-Trader I first-class Bourne. 1810. A writer in Bradttrd's asserts that after 35 years' experience in Iowa be has ever known a mortgage foreclosed on a dairy or y, The Elmlra (N. Y.) Gazette says: "We have no fear of the political results of President Cleveland's action. Administrations are not ruined by keeping promises in spirit and in letter. Parties do not desert their leaders because they are too faithful to their principles On the contrary. President Cleveland has renewed his hold upon the respect and confidence of every honest man in the United Sla'es, whatever his politics, He has shown thit he means all his worJs imply. Best of nil he has shown himself faithful to that principle of reform which was the leading issue in last fail's ciinpiign, and which brought so much of the brain and conscience of the republican party over to the support of the democratic candidates. He is carrying out the ideas of all who inteli-gentlvoted for him, He is sustaining the principles of all his supporter?, and through every vicisitudo of his Administration these supporters will sustain him. Let us bo grateful that good faith, Bound principles and courageous men again rule the republic. y , stock farm. A Washington special says the President will lender (he position of Pension Agent at Louisville lo Gen. D C. Buell J. A W1J.11M, UNDERTAKER, AND Xealex in JJ'iiwiituLre ! Positive Cure for Piles. To the people of this couoty we would aay that weha-- e been given the agency ot Dr. Marchlil'a Itallau Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or uioiiey refunded Internal, External, Blind, Weeding or Itching rile. Price 60 cenU a box. Mo cure, no pay. Penny A McAUtter, Druggliti. Daughters, Wires and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil'a a female remedy, to euro Female Diseases, auch ai (Harlan troubles, Inflammation aud crytliliiK from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor SuitcH. If need to go to tho largo cities to make your purchases, no uutt what quantity or quality you want, as I can anil will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight beliiR added. A lay a full assortment ol Collins, Ca?cs, IShronds and Kobes, oinbrSM lug all the New Styles, both cheap aud expensive. Ware opposite Nt. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Full huiI complete iissortiueiifof Furniture, euibrncJug ev U iteration, Falling and dUplaceuiint or bearing down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change beilde many weakucsaca of Life, Leucorrhcea, springing from the above, liko Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous debility, Palpitation of tha Heart, Ac For sale by Prices J land It SO per bottle. Bend drugglaU. to Dr. Marchlal, Utlca.N.Y., for pamphlet, free. Tor tale by Penny A. McAUtter, Druggists. G. D. WEAREN, AGENT. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SPECIAL Destroy that Sigh. that he Is getting old, but bu nat urally dlillkci that anything about his appearance ahould adrlso others of tho (act. Yet nothing does this so effectually as tbln and falling Al- - hair. Ko woman want to marry a tuau and busiThe Amenities ok Jouun-amsmvey A. Lowery, editor and owner of the ness Gruia hesitate to employ a man who shows Balaam li worth to Oemlng Headlight, was in town yesterday. this fatat sign. Parker's Ilslr Its weight In diayou, In this regard, more tnan He dared us to say anything mean about monds. Use It and hare plrntllul and glossy hair. him on threats of personal violence and a Many have had every traco ot gray nets removed general drubbing through the columns of and Dald spots covered by using a single bottle. One may feel The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Village Carts aud Buck Boards ever Brought t this market, from Iho Cheapest to the Ilcst, EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYLES., 11 1 1 1 his weekly almanac. If he wasn't cro?a What You Want to know eyed and bandy-legg- ed and didn't have to Everybody wants aa honest auswer to this aim leave his feet out of town to keep from be plo question: What li the best mndlclne to regucostlveneaa and biliousness, Also a Full and Comploto ABSortmont of All Kinds oi Farm and Milt trig quxrantined, we would say that hie late the bowels, cure help the dlccstlon and giro strength lo the whole Maohinory. breath would kill tiles and his countenaure system? People ask ui this every day. We anwas mean enough to make a pawnbroker swer. Parker's Tonto, It is pie. sunt tothstaite. Is tho Time to Placo your Orders for Harrows, Cora Planters, Corn Drills, All tho children like II. Mothers praise It. It Now leave his own shop. Now, then, go in Cultivators and Field Hollers, lta cost In every famiwill save a thousand timet Albuquerque (N. M.) Journal. During Postmaster Vllak' first month And see My Stook and got Pricei before Purchasing. I have a few Butty McnOHKIlTS tt, STAGQ, as head of the Po to (lice Department, there Spring Tooth Harrowi that I am authorized to close the Druggists, who are alwajs looking alter the have been commissioned 450 postmastere, Interest of their customers, have now secured the out at less than cost. and more than 100 commissions of postmas- sale pf Pf. Uosanko's Cough and Luug Syrup, a remters at what are called Presidential postoffice edy that never falls to euro Colds, Pains lu It Thej are Yforth the Money asked for Them for Cultivating one crop of corn. Affections. For proof Coughs, have been prepared for the approval of the Chest, and UI Lungbottle Regular sits 60 cents try a fres sample President. aad $1.00. I ly. Editor Western Argus. roduclii n tcry dlsagrrcablo Itching, JUST AH GOOD. aftir Eittlnj warm, li i viry common attendant ninny unscrupulous dealer mny tell jou the) liars Illlnd, Illeedlng mul lulling Vile j III 1 at onco la tho niiliciitluiiof Pr. Uosanko's I'llo Hutucily, wlilclioi.lt raindk's fur toughs and C0IJ1 eiiullu merit anlln lr. liri-tlupon tlio ji.irtt affected, abtoiblug the every lespcct Jutt nt good at tbo old Tumors, allaying Ilia Intents Itculugam! alfrctlnga llmanko Cough and Lung Bjrup, unlets you Intlit aro Iierniaiieut cure. Price 60 eenti. Adiress tho Dr. upon this remedy and will Wko no other, 3 ou llosanlo Medicine Co., PJn.ua, Olile Svld by McRob-art- s lUldt to bu greatly deed!. Frlcci, W ceati und (1 01). Bold by UcIIoberh & Srsgz. & Stags i More than fivo and twenty Workmen are putting large show win- Soudanese. fr owned by J. K. centuries ago, the streets of Judah and Je the store-rooSumrall on Main street and occupied by rusalem rang boneath the tread of the wild tribes from the 'Southern countrr;' and if A. J. Shears as a grocery. April Sta&Tord, Ky. tively engaged in the affairs of the Federal Mr. J. S. Llnney on Saturday made a there be, as is probable, a Jew among tho I h.TertcelTcd and Kill rccelrlug. Government. deed to the Town Trustees for the property twenty thousand troopi who will shortly W. P. WALTON. The friends of Clay Immediately south of the cemetery. The crow swords with the Arabi of the Soudan, of Kentucky, confidently expect that he prico pa(d waa $1,CC0. he may boast thnl 2.500 years ago his ant ' tsr.ll It mailA D.mmaiI A..lal.il Comprising the ton In lite uutltet, wlilcli will be m . If L!..l.a The annual catalogue of Centre Col- cestors under Ass, King of Judah, chased News of a collision between the t. mj u.juv ucluuu niaioiaui oeureiary uif Afghans at Penjdeh, on the fron- the Interior. Secretary Lnmar ia friendly lege, containing the name) of the students the dark skinneJ horde', pell-moand frtn Qotton Up In stylo and Mnko Second to Nono m City or Country. tier of Afghanistan, now Gils the dttly to his appointment, and he is strongly back and general information regarding the Col- the land they hid Invaded under Zirah the ed by Carlisle and Beck. lege, will bo issued in about two weeks. Kushite, or Ethiopian." Thi.i wntur littlii lvo Ha u Trliil. pipers anil provision and munition's of The Enquirer leading a crusade against Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Erana are expect" dreams that Israel and tho Britons are the war hare a decided upward tendency in K.TJTX.E--- . s of "our Father Jacob." value. Gen. Komaroff reporta that in con. gambling and debauchery in Cincinnati is ed home from their bridal tour Tuesday. What a terrible devil is this, who will sequence of provocativo and manifestly a striking case of the devil rebuking sin. They will live at Gilchet'd hotel, where THE NEW GHOOEIIY AXl JIAKDIVAHE HOUNE fantile proceedings of the Afghans he was One of that paper's strong points in the they have handsomely furnished rooms. not I ct brother bless brother, save by the OF Blessing on his CGKipelled to attack thetu on March 30 on city is the assignation column which it Col. C. E. Bowman will soon return to "shedding of blood!" awtkbuiksof theKushk River. The re-- lt publishes free of charge for the encourage- Danville. Miss Ida Twidwell, of Huston dread territory, can only come to any, after this gate-feville, is visiting relatives in this county. of sorrow and agony shall wai the defeat of the Afghans, with the ment of debauchery and the accommodaA revival has been going oa at the have been paid. Verily "the whole world 500 men, all their artillery, two tion of its debauched patrons. f Louisville law of colored Baptist church and as one of the lleth in the wicked one," as scripture hath taadardi. ami their entire camp and pro- - Times. One of the first move? of the new Ad results 14 colored individuals were immers- it. rimon. The Russian loss was one officer When brave Gordon first went to Kharaad tea euldiera killed and three eubilterns ministration in the way of economy will be ed in the slightly cool waters of Wood' W.Mkl rkyr.Ueatlonlth.Getlh.llh.yh..O..tre.,BwIf,,ih.cltl,. pond Sunday evening, about half past three toum, and the desert shrouded him from with . Urg. and twenty nine soldiers woundel. When an attempt to reduce the expenses of fr h and well ifJeftcJ ,tlck 0f ciIOK K the revenues. It is thought that o'clock. John Masonheimer remarked view I could think of him with only one tire fight ended Uen. Komaroff returned upward of $1,000,000 annually may be saved that the man who undertook to "sock" him scripture ringing in my ears: across the river to the position he had for-e- rly "It is expeoccupied. Ai Afghanistan is under by a change in the system that will do in the water such a cool evening would dient that one man die, that the whole na. tion perish uot." I was t impressed by In dl. variety, d.in,ylBqu.,,ly.B j MUi,?clory ln prltf. tb, tbe protecting wing of the British govern-Mea- t, away with the necessity of keeping a Store soon have a fight on his hands. ai all ilium to iujijiI; ?erjnt It, our line. A riding club, recently organized, thi, that, on the 10th of last June, I wrote territory by the keeper and Ganger at every little distillery the invasion of that made its first appearance on the streets Fri- to IheiWf Mall Gaiette, London, (of coune RewBiass ia thought sufficient cause fjr a ia the countrr. day evening. The membership at present they did not publish the letter) mention A Senatorial Convention Called. Ussdr war between the two nations and CoihIiU of the Standard UrtndiolEuroM and . , . r r-- u. Oar l.r. c. JEaglieh and Russian securities have The Democratic Senatorial Committee consists of the following named persons: ing this singular foreboding of the fate that lh. justly .sl.br.le4 "O.rat Wntem a"m uU 0 Our C 0I,M ph...il. I taabled accordingly. Both nations de- of the 18th District met at the office of the Miss Florenco Slaughter, Am Van Meter, awaited this "hero of heroei." I spoke of and QuefniwirostotktomliU In part Ta com'U"' ,'""'" "chly cut and etched. In tb. way of clare that they are opposed to war, but Interior Journal, Stanford, at 1 r. at Mamie McRoberW, Nellie Lyle, May Olm. the annexation of the Soudan and Eypt heated urtv.lljfcr k. IS.Trr" U' M'e' Mteat -- (,. engaged in preparations Monday, April 13th, 1SS5, to fix the man- sted and Messrs. F. M. Wilson, C. R. Judy, ai a fore gone conclusion bscaute England Ml. IuV.Tm?' -- bath are.actively for it and unlesa there is a back down on ner and time for nominating a candidate W. L. Sumrall, II. L. Briggs and M. R. alone could give the gospel to this land, ar. he,.. Tin, 8t.n. Wooden and WIHo.wre, riMrle Law,- -, Station", And vaeatde or the other a prolonged and for the State Senate. Present, Chairman Hubbard. The club will meet once each where Eiau and Ishmael's seed still held and a complfta Una of Cliara and Tobacco. W.ll. thl. I. i . i,!,, , u!. TU possession. Meedy conflict is inevitable. France could never do it, even thai w. can nuk, U ,o you, tnt,,.,,, . cnnd.n.l, k . ,lllulB.011 of ollr J. E. Lynn, of Lincoln, D. W. Vandeveer, week. , nfipcetlully. had she the right. She has no gospel for as proxy for John W, Whipp, of Casey, T. VI 1 I.UK BKOTIIKRH. Washing-te- a s Stkaley, the herself. Germany was out of the question. A. Elkin, as proxy for R. H. Tomlinson, of Jpredicta the appoit-sacatthcorrespondent, Russia had no gift of this kind to bestow Garrard, and W. P. Walton, as proxy for week of two prominent from her Greek church treasure house. W. J. Lyle, of Boyle. The Chairman call. two influential and lucrative Goo. O. Amid Bibli- But Anglo-Israe- l, ed the meeting to order and the candidates with whom are the "OrFor Coal or Wood cal Scones. cts, but that individual is entirely with-ea- t acles of God," in truit, could give this being present were requested to state their honor as a prophet. He predicted Phil. blessed boom, and although in ! TJ,,,i,,DS,,,E,r H"TT MBlliaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa TEa"afaaaaa Thompson's appointment as Commissioner preferences in the manner of selecting a "J?1TA.IS33 JOOIUD." ness and pride she had lost the her selfishTery Juolata Char- knowledge ".Lv.011: " ton and Iront. make the nominee. Col. Talbott expressed for a pri' f Internal Revenue and tried to iilth Steamer " Venetu." Red 8ea, l mary election and Maj. Rigney preferred of her mission, still she Otco. Enllro Wrought Iron Hodand Warming oTen extendi umlr r world believe that half of it was up in March 0th. 1SS5 f "BHWAjiaaaaaiiaaaa laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHriW .had and has It; and the question by Paul ?VJ? J;DfVh some other manner, but was perfectly will CONTINUED FROM LA8T IS4UE. J ..""": Aromatic tanas demanding that he be recognized, but to leave it to the Committee. They concerning Israel still is pertinent: "Shall and Cut Centers. Nickel n.m Dear Intuit: fee was not, that anybody has hear,d of, nor ing pl.t,, then retired and the Committee, after a conThe donkeys of Egypt are twin their unbelief make the promises of God ilde .heir and all modern luinrure-uicntin obtaining any of the ban he succeeded i. aaaaaHBaaaaZ? j pBMsgBH jBaT'Baaaaaaaaan sultation, passed the following resolutions: brothers to their afllicted fellows elsewhere of none effect? God forbid." And so, this iianaaBTanaf 'VHiianananflanBaB sereral other offices that this subsidized E ananananaB Can Ik arranged with Heater Kesohed 1st. That a delegated conven- In the Orient. Irrepressible, much abuied, poor, blind British nation is going to give hot and cold fir w.tr. knight ol the quill had arranged for him. tion of tne democratic Water Box o, Heater extra party be and is here- - long suffering drudge that he is; I pity a living Christ to this nation s.tting In Some time ago, for the heinous murder oy canea 10 meet at Stanford, Ky., on Sat- and respect the donkey. No race of "four. death and darkness. Not in the LORD'd urday, May 23d. 1885. 1 v. lELVaVHMiiiitViLVataV .IT: ef a man named Cody, Frank Rankin was a nominee for the officeat Statem.. to lrt footed betsts" will hail with more relief own way, for Jesus "came not to destroy of Senator. H. HIGGINS, oasTictcd in Louisville to the penitentiary Retailed 21, That the democracy of each the dear time when the whole creation, no men's lives but to save them." Yet out of LMa"aBfafafjafafaataaaaal ITCaiLTafafafaaaamiW! ferJife. The Court of Appeals came to voting precinct oi me itnn juistrict are re- longer groaning, shall come "into the liber all this red ruin and desert sands soaked SPECIAI, AGENT, aw rescue, however, and a now trial was quested to meet at their usual voting places with the blood of brethren, who know not Stanford,ty of tho Sons of God. Wo laughed doz- Kcnlticky. between the granted. His lawyers then moved for a on Saturday, hours of 2 and 4 o'clock, p. m., ens of times yesterday at the varying r ii " that they are alike the "children of Abrax September 10th, and select ehasgo of venue to Shelby county, where anu accredit delegates to the said convenof donkey life. Who couli help it? ham according to the llesh," God will the case was again tried last week, result tion of May 23d. Each of raid precincts There is a ludicrous side to everything. bring blessing and a millennial glory that lag at a late hour Saturday afternoon in shall be entitled in said convention to one Then we were ready to cry, as once and shall make men soon forget the awful road delegate for In a verdict exactly the same as in the first Gov. Knott every 60 votes cast therein for again we saw the poor lit tlo brutes ill used, over which the blessing came. Pity that at the Auguot election 1883 and titaL Those acquainted with the facts of one for every fraction over 25. Provided, n and hardly driven by men, mora we all choose rough roads, when "HIS should be lUBiin nuj ca-- e every precinci snail be enthe case think that Rankin But brutish far than donkeys. Beautiful groves ways are ways of plessantners." thankful that his lifa was mt demanded as titled to at least one vole, if such precinct of date palms scattered along at intervals, where "tia abounds, grace much moie cast as manv as 5 vots The nrinri the penalty and it is to be hoped that the meeting shall be called to order abounds." Blessed plenitude of grace' and preeid- - waving feathery topi in the plcasint air, Court of Appeals will let the law lake its eu uver uy me vooniy DaiLsas ih tommitteeman of leave that intensely oriental character that Blame me not if I preach "GOD IS LOVE course after two jury trials. that precinct if present, if not, the meeting all are familiar with in pictures, who AND NOTHING ELSE" And do not s Drugs, Books, Stationery and (shall organize by electing own ChairWe are obliged to tho Louisville limes man and Secretary. Then its supporters may not have sen thn original landscape. ask me to lay man's work at God's door, the Fancy Articles. aJIc for its reproof of the Henderson Journal, of each candidate present shall be counted Buffaloes, many, were wallowing in conge but rather let me adore the LOVE that out and the candidate receiving the majority nial mud and water, or dragging the primi- of man's mistakes and even crimes can PbTtlclani' rrfHrrlption. which it ears "sneered at Judge 0sley for unL .ccur.tely compounds. Alw speaking kindly uod truthfully of Gov. shall be entitled to the entire vote of the tive ploughs, or munching the frugal meal make all "work together for good" in the ' . T7. J 1V o 9A PiaaipsaMfiatTd yA Jg. L v "m precinct. Delegates shall then be appointJHaMSHBtaapjp of herbage cut for them. We saw num- end. .Knott, and at the Interior Journal for ed and the Secretary shall fc ta?Tat7BaMCllaalMaaMMl csrtify their HMJL Ojr last GOO mile down the R?d set was pafcliahing bis remarks, adding that each names to the convention. The Chair. bers of camels. Borne grazing, some kneelshould be ashamed." We have never seen man of each County Committee shall, ing at rest, and others laden and following in the face of the stlffest of breizts, Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, at reasonable time amounting at times to a gale, and the good a copy of tho obscure sheet and of course daya of May, issue and before thn aM if.it. their masters, with their weary, Jewelry and Silverware publish a call to the gaze, peculiar to their kind, as if they two Veneti had her deck washed many times any of its sneers directed at us is lost on democracy of his county, calling attention bought the desert air. to and explaining the method and nhWt f wete on the outlook for the "good time by the fierce sea. We are ncaring Aden KTff Lowct. to this market rrice. Lower than the Watcher dock, and Jewelry He- coming," that had lingered so long, but now, this 10th of March, and expect to stop mwe precinci meetings and be shall ascerpalrtd on .bottnotlM and Warrantod. Althhouou Congress passed a bill for tain by examination of the poll of August must be near now. It is quite unique, that there six hours to coal. I must close this the government to pay the rent of third-cla- 1883, the number of votes upon the forego- most peculiar expression of the camel's hastily to catch the mail. We passed I postoffices, it made no appropriation ing basis, each precinct in his county will eye. Study it, the next time you see one. rim the gate key of the Red eea-- at G this for the purpose, hence Mr. Vilas decides be entitled to and publish the same in his of course, has it call. The democratic papers of the district It is ever and everywhere the same. Wo morning. Anglo-Israe- l, tkat the pestmaaters will have to continue are requested to publish these proceed- - dined at a station rrjolcing in the crooked in her capacious pocket. The "gates of her ITfaywg their own rent as heretofore. Chairman, title af Zagazig. Let us call it Z;gazag, to enemies" are hers by right of the old W. P. Walton, Secretary, remember it better. Here, rerved in a pledge of our Father Jacob, though often Ik view of the war between those savage aalmala, the British Lion and the Russian OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. style worthy of Naples or Paris, we enjoyed gained. as villainously as our Father Jacob to which our tried appe- secured in his own bungling, rascally fashBear, the Louisville lime denominates the Wm. Butler waa arrested Saturday op a delicious dinner, tittle differences that are being settled rt U a bench that he might have had tites did abundant justice forgetting the ion, the birth-righ- t warrant charging him !with adul-teransut in Soudan, Manitobia, Central experiences of the Adriatic, when not in tbe LORD'S "way of pleasantness" had Aaaerica and Panama as warlets. Rev. 8. S. Peatz, of Lexington, will Soyer himself could have tempted ni to he only trusted Instead of schemed. The Red sea is all it is claimed to be, la remove here and take charge of the Trinity taste the daintiest viand he could serve. TaB Washington Monument seems to be ' We passed from cultivation to the dreary tbe way of discomfoit, whaa one ha. to abaaUe in oae particular. It catches all Episcopal church. Twice or thrice we sieep in a stuuy forward cabin, with ports pastoral open of "Bjpeep" will desert at a bound. (fee lightning directed at the city and ht presenled Friday evening at the Opa crossed on handsome bridges, outlets of screwaoVfast and the ship pitohing like to the earth, without the least dammad. We have been sorely ttied the last age. During a thunder storm last week it House, the proceeds to go for the benefit the great Nilr, but when we got beyond of the Episcopal church. magic region of his fertile touch, we two nignts, in this way, but it ia oyer now WHEN' tH TOWN the raa struck three times. Mr. R. M. Fittman has sold hia arm knew what barrenness was. Oh how dry and we are glad. We are rejoicing in a Tax 8helbr Sentinel copies our Hoiee In this county to J. W. Irvine and with and parched, the lows and hills and arid lovely morning, freedom from nausea, good Column almost entire without credit, aad his oldest son will leave (Monday) I plains! Till the wearj eje met the horizon appetites and tbe prospect of going on the first thing that paper knows, we will for the central part of southern Kansas. there was only the dry glare of sand, sand, shore for a few hours at Aden. Thee are prate rs conclusively its propensity to where he will purchase property. The sand, ad infinitum, ad nauteaml The tunset things tbat ma "come and go " The un ftealai W4 rcently d".d its pronenew to restof of his family will follow in about over this ocean of sand was as impressive, chant-abl- e thing in which we "always restretch the blsnket. tnree weeks. or more, than a sunset at sea. Only the joice" is tbe dear LOVE that Aods our Judge M. H. Owsley sustained a moby night to sink day It looks very much, as though Michigaa tion for ball In the case of the Common-wealt- h "god of day" seemeddesert. to rest, alhirst, liveshearts by andHoly "shed abroad in our behind that Nubian the Ghost given to us." her place in the column of weukl take vs Leslie Sharp Indicted for the where Wolley All rend dear love to tbe loved one. in We passed decaoeta'io States. The majority for the murder of E.isha Lay. Ball was fixed at won his coronet. It was a ton Id battle field America. Ever In Jesus, daaaecratic candidate for the Supreme $2,000 which defendant gave and was reGeo O Baiine8 fought over the bare sand. The whole Also the Well-Know- n Jadge is something like 30,000. Thomas Harrow and & Bradleased. Major Wells and Robt. Reynolds as if dearly pur country at this point looks Lexington lranxript heads a dis- were toe securities. ley Sulky Plow ! Tne chased at the coat of one precious life. Yet The junior class of Centre College how many lives have been and are being RAILROAD AID QUESTION. pica type, "Bursted," patch in four-lin- e aad we would like for it to tell us what is held a meeting Tuesday when the follow-in- g paid for Ejypt. Tbe grave yard at The Lincoln Countj Court at it. April terra, business was transacted. Mr. W. C. the matter with burst or "busted" as for neatly railed and carefully kept, 1885, wide an order lubmlttlng to tbe qualified Whitthorne was elected Chairman,' Mr. R. that mattei? where the brave fellows sleep who fell, on Totera of the countj, at an election to be held In Gen. Giuxt waB worse yesterday, at u. lsuana, Secretary, and Mr. II. M. that hotly contested field, looked unspeak-pbl- y tbo ieTer.1 Totlcg rredncU of the county, on Sat' Thoso Gooda afo For Salo only by us and will bo aold guaranteed. Can roror yon by pormiBuion to somo of tho boat lonely. The best that could be done unlttUt Slay ItttU, 18, the following quo-tl'- n feast the doctor j, who are using his case for Giant, Secretary. T. S. McWilllams, farmers class orator; W.C. Whitthorne, was to bury them where they poured out In Linooln County. aa advertisement ol themselves, said so. "Whether the county of Lincoln shall litue bonds Columbia, Tenn., historian; W. E. Price, their lives on the desert sand, and leave to an amount not exceeding twenty-tW- a MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Indianapolis, ivey orator: S. J. Pulllam. them there alone. Out of all this expendi dollar, on the credit and rosponilblllly tboutand of tbe whole Arthur goes back to Lincoln county, orator. ture of life, I am eure love will bring bless- or the county, tobeeipended In acquiring title ti rlgbt of way oTer a .trip ol land through tho Capt. D. A. Murphy, of the late practice law In New York Again "out of the Eater, meat" will county ol Lincoln, beginning at or near Stanford thicks it probable that he will start ing. Manning declined a banquet Secretary "Ethiopia" will yet "stretch or HIcbmond Junctlouand extending theuco west Also, HIr Mock or an independent newspaper in Danville, in come. For Quilling ami lVnlkloB ni.,1 HUUuK Ci!ll,ii-Ioi- h, tendered him by the New York bankers. out her hands to God," as it is written. ward by or near to Hu.tonTllle to tbe Cmey the Sweet Bye and Bye. Mr. James L. TiirnliiK Plows, Double ami Nluule county line, upon the general width of not wore Two men were killed by the explo-te- n And this "wrath of man"Hhall ba made to than feTeuty-flT- e feet, and men additional ground, Ilarlan left for for a trip to New KlioveJ PIohh, cVc. of a boiler In H. F. Cromwell's ma"work together for god." Dt you know a. may be needed for tbat purpose and .uch land at Orleans to be absent about ten days. Mr. shop at Cynthlana. chine repair Soudan is the "Ethiopia" of scrip- Stanford as may be needed for depot buildings, Harlan was a soldier in the war with Mex. that the The bill, authorizing the truttets of ico and wishes ture? I saw this veattidav in one of the machine shops, round house., water supply and such other buildings and structures a. may be use-lto reach his destination In the Cincinnati Sjutmri railroad to expend English papers sent to me for reiding en to ijIJ railroad, and lo permit the county to facilities, has panted nme to a teud the meeting of the Mexi. route. Pleane insert it here, as apropo to dlipose of .aid property when so money for terminal aoiulied to said jcou eterans, which convenes on the J3th tHG Mifnrtnll riv.v rrj-i both branchej of the Ohio legislature what I write: "The unhappy Saudan will itawroau company upon .neb reasonable term. iiini. I and in such manner as to compensation a. may thirty-eigh- t -prisoners in Tfcere were Toe remains of Mrs. Lulie Bnrk. wlfo for a long time contiuue to figure conspicuB eBaB, Fhnjrjtons ue agreru upon ny s.iu county, through Its Comf i T r . 27ie Jewish World the Richmond jail during the Circuit v,. n uurk, of CalumbuH, Ohio, ""' ous In the public prints missioners, and said Railroad Company, as permitwere JUand. . , . Court week but releases and transfers lo LrOllfht her. I?.!.!. I I week devotes three columns to this ted by an Alt of the General Assembly of Ken . t urieu alongside of last Peaitentiary have run the number down to her mother and,lu7 desolate region which has suddenly risen to tucky, entitled 'An Act to authorlio Lincoln several brothers and s. Register. 22. Mrs. Burk was a native of this place such prominence. We are reminded that (ounly to raise meney to .id In the construction of n railroad through said county,' approTcd May D. Q Grimes destroyed the Colorado and a daughter of Mr. J. D Randeyl. that the Soudan is a Bible land. Jews in 1, 18S." xliibit nt the New O.lesns Exposition be another being Mrs. C. 9. Prices GimrauiciMi lo be RUTTOU on EvcyiI,h,K. Randeyls, now the days of their bondage workad in the Tbe undersigned were apiolnted a committee br tbo Court and directed to bare auee the Legis'a'ure had failed to make deceased. 8he left a little daughter about quarries at 8ene, the modern Assouan, of action of the Court publltbed for tbe obovo stated tbo Information n appropriation to reimburse bim for the lour years old and a husband to mourn her the first Nile contract. Tne Soudan la the of tbe voters 4f the county, and we haTe adopted sum of money he had personally low. Tin huabmd and daughter, Ethiopia this method of performing tha"t duty. .trge the and Kuah of the ancient Hebrews, xpesdediin collecting and airangiog the Mr. J. B. Randeyls, Mrs. Burk's brother of the ordinary translation of tbe bible. J. IiLilSf, accompanied the remains from Columbas "The Jews," saya our Hebrew contemporaTlIOI. w. Vabnon, llrflaj Coiumlttfcc. April 10. ry, "may claim to be old enemies toft tbe J. N. MK.fKrKH. jfewi-Mctlt- ls Jnf morjountal Frelinghuyren is dying was born at Mllltown, J. N., August 4, 1817. Dur14, 1885 ing the past twjntr years he has been ac- at his home, Newark, N. J. He dows in '& C. mjPLEY! NEW GOODS "-SPRI- & SUMMER Rub-tuan- a ll -- self-son- H. O. a TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY n. M.-Hour, '.. MZ '"' T ". Oowritr-JournaT- is ON THE RED SEA. Barnes ZWrZ "...." to THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, THE tt heaven-appointe- ananananananai t. W. ' - tab-leau- M over-lade- Afibtap rn7Uwr . PHARMACISTS, -; rr -- ?2&.5 JEWELERS. 1 -- far-aw- ss n; -- ! -- y. WILL PAY YOU A con-vaya- K to-d- To Examine the Celebrated Evans Corn Planter given up to be the Best on the Market. i Furst -- Shel-byvlll- e, 2n-bxm- y ul -- We also liandlo a B n,l rr.r, uttrnages and .always on "iu"y vsons. V sis-t;r- hr BRIGHT c3 orr.3Ei.u3Lrsr . w . Suu-S2leehl- g nteriorouriraI April 0CMJL Staik carpet and stair roJs for sale by Kdmiston A Owsley. New titock of clothing just received by KJmiston & A NtOE stock of gent's collars, tics at Eltniston A Owsley's. cuff and StanforJ, Kyt, 14, 1885 .(J. ' 7K CARD. Kill trtln going North- - " " " South Kinreotraln" . Boutb. ....... Horn .... .12 45 ...1 60 . I 13 A.M. ,.2 30 A.M. Owsley. - in" Received Monday, 1 car of white Celled corn, 1 car of white Heed oata In quantir. M. ty to suit purchaser. Bright A Currnn. V.u. Two ugly old buildings were, torn down here yesterday. The brick law offices on Lancaster street and tho old blacksmith shop next door to Mayor Daugherty'ri. m i The largest stock of ginghams, dress goods, white goods, calicos, lawns, cottons, SrMi shawls, jreyr, oolUre, cuds, veil I ttnot The above la calculated on standard lime, Solar About M minutes fatter embroidery, kid gloves and velvet juat opined at liJmislon A Ows n Co, all-ov- "local notices'. ley 'e. - - " in of the postofllce nt NIeld has Bov your school books from Penny A Kmi'ECIAL attention is directed to tho adbeen chanced to Allamont. 0.8. NIeld la McAlister. liANDRinu's Garden 8ed, fresh and gen- postmaster and tho offico ia In the buildings vertisement of Dripping Springs which appears on our first page. Mr. D. G. uine nt Penny A McAlister's. of the Altamont Coal Co. Slaughter is making some marked Improve and Jewelry repaired on short Watches Frank Queen has sold his large eagle, ments tn the popular place and intends aotiM and warranted by Penny A McAlister. which haa been on exhibition here, to J. II. making it a s resort for invalids A complete stock of jewelry, latest Belk, at Junction City, for $100. A profand pleasure seekers the coming season. atyle. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen it of $l9, as he only paid $1 for it, ay A McAllater. RELIGIOUS, Foil couahs, col da, Ac, use Comp, Syrup The Central Kentucky Medical A)o cl in 115 and 60c bottles, Preof WliHe The Baptist meeting at Owenton closation will meet nt Danville, to morrow, pared by Mcltobert! A 8tagg. nddilions to tho church. ed with thirty-si- x when the debate will be oticned by Dr. Kaiimeiis, Head This. Go to Dr. M. Rev. A. J. Daugherty will preach nt L. IJotirne'n tlruc "tore nnd get one package Bailey, of this place, on cholera, its pathol- Double Springs church, Waynesburg, next of yarn A. Clark' Hog Iteinedy. If you ogy and treatment. i. Sunday at 11 o'clock. are not satisfied after using It your money Cold, chilly weather with rain and The American Bible society desires to will be refunded. gusts of enow, have prevailed since last employ several nctive Bible colporteurs in first-clas- Tur name llnmliurgs, fifth embroidery, everlasting trimming, linen edgings, hosiery, corsets, handkerchiefs, Ac , Ac, are to bs found at Edtnistan A 0sley's. Levi Hubble sold n 15 hand Jack to John Crouch, of California, for $1,600. A number of calves have died in this vicinity with something that resembles fits. Robt. S. Lytle lost a fine Alderney Saturday from the same disease whatever it is. A prominent farmer of this county informs us that the wheat is not nearly so bad as reported. He states that by careful search a little green germ can be found within tho withered nnd dead husk that first presents itself, and he thinks if the weather be entirely propitious farmers in this county will haye at least half a crop. Uarrodsburg Democrat. Xiadies' and Children's SPRING SHOES The fact that we have sold more Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes since January 1st than ever before for the same period is convincing that Bennett & Barnard and Williams & Hoy t made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. Pi", in town. report. A gentleman from the neighboring knobs tells us that an inch of snow coverMri T. M. JoHK9TO.v, of Lebanon, la ed them yesterday morning. PERSONAL. Fimzei. haa recovered from hla slight attack of (ever. Alns. Cjuwroni), of Louisville, mother of Mrs. A. 8. McfTett, ia visiting here. Mns Moody Hardin haa gone to Cincinnati to buy her spring slock of mil linery. Mn, 8. L. Poweiu haa returned from a month' stay in New York City, where be laid in a very large slock of goods. Miut. Catherine Bailey, Mrs. Mat tie Owsley, Mr. John J. McKsberta and Miss Bailie VanDevter went to Louisville yesterday. Col. A. 0. Taluott was bore Satur day and yesterday and Ma, Iligney also put in an appearance yesterday. They love to look after the. interest of the dear people. -- RonEHT The remains of Mat, Wright, formerly of this place but lately of Huetonville, were Interred in the Cemetery here yesterday. He married a Miss Cooper and she and three children survive him. Ill The Big Bircfoot Minstrels are doing some novel advertising. Besides tho flaming poster work being done for them by this office, they have the aervlcea of Photographer Shaffer and an eminent Lexington Lithographer and they are billing equal to the biggest show on the road, two-stor- t I dwelling of Mr. The valuable E. T. Young, near Turneraville, caught fire from the kitchen liue Saturday morn ing, and in a few moments It and most of its contmts were in ashss. Mr, Young was not at home, but Mrs. Young with the LOCAL MATTERS. assistance of those who were called to the scene, succeeded in saving a few damaged No. 1 salmon, at E. 8. Myera. Mm. articles. The loss is several thousands of Full stock of apriog gooda at S. II. dollars and aa there was no insurance it is Shank'. a severe blow on the family, HJj ClahkCash haa a new Kir! at his A novel entertainment to procure funds house. for the Episcopal church In Uarrodsburg Landeiitii's Rarden eds in bulk at Mc will occur on the 10th, which the Dtmocrai lloberl A 8tagg'. describe an follows: "All Ilia young Indies iii CAiirrrs, rugs, oil cloth and matting at present will be closely veiled and auctioned off to the highest bidder after which the Kdmiston A Owsley'. lucky purchaser will claim his property Tiik "Pearl 8hlr.' lathe best. A big and escort her home. It is guaranteed to stuck at Kdmiston A OsraieyV. parties desiring to invest that none but eligible young ladies will be sold, old For sale, at a bargain, two Racine Road maids and widows of uncertatn age being " Store. Carts, bmt made. Bright A Curiae. excluded.'1 We recommend this plan to A half hour spent in observing the FOOTE .t- - WIlEELEIl, I'l'oin-lvtom- . Two thousand feet of nice poplar lum- the ladies of the Presbyterian church hero For all klnJiofgeneral Lumber bullderaandoth-e- n methods of the Btptist Sunday School last ber for sale. J. S. B!edo, Stanf jrd. can not And a belter market to suit llicnuelic. as It is about time they were raising more Sabbath cmvinctd us that it is most ad Our motlo ia "Good Material lor Keaaonable Milk cow and calf and year funds for the "Manse" and church. For Salt:. mirably conducted. Mr. R. E. Btrrow, IUtn." ling heifer. Apply to It. E. Barrow. When the application of Bill Carson for the superintendent, seems to have been creThe handsomest line of fancy glass- n new trial came up Friday, Mr. R. C. ated for the position. With a smile and a ware ever brought to Stanford, at Bright A Warren on the part of the Commonwealth cheerful greeting, he shaken the hand of asked for time to refute some of the claims eyery scholar who attends and makes the Curran's. set up by the defense and accordingly the little fellows feel from the start that they AND PAPER HANGEB. Window shades, lace curtains, curtain hearing was postponed till Wednesday, (to- nre glad that they came. Patient, painsA Celling Paper Hanging a S All rods, curtain loops, Ac, nt Edmiaton morrow.) It ia Mr. Warren's Intention to taking and not forgetting that he waa a Fretco Order Promptly Attended to. Owsley'. 409-- ti STAiiroaD, Kr. prove by tho jury, which were ordered to be child once himself, be draws the children Mr. C. M. SrooNAMORE rejoice in the summoned, that although they had copies to him and makes the school a very for them to go. There were 80 advent of a son, which arrived yesterday of the Interior Journal, none of them odd In their places Sunday and all well morning. read the article on the Carson trial. The defense claima to have found man or boy, behaved and happy looking. Another good Store-roo- m Depot street, 60 yards on tTJSTO. 3Sd:. who will swear that West made dire threats feature of the school is its music. The or from the station, for rent. Apply to 8. P. ganist, Miss Belle Tyree, who is also a fine against Carson tust before the killing. On STANFORD, KY., Stagg, Stanford. the other band lb prosecution has discov- vocalist, la assisted by Mr. Joe. F. Water, Repreteoti th Beat and mwt Prompt-Payin- g and hla rate are tery low. GIts nlm a The large pond of Mr?;K E. Barrow I ered a reliable man, u we leans from gen- with bis cornet and with this excellent ac2..I open to the public fordHlng until the 10th tlemen of Huatonvllle, who will swear that companiment, a number of good voices, call. of May, Ittaaferer qwijc only stipulating he taw Carson do the terrible act, that he unite in making a most grateful melody, i The Mountain Evangelist, Rev. George that kfe js.mmI feftWt be left u they are laid in wait for West Md whea he passed advantage of his so as a llgtjt (rem More made him recog-- O. Baraee, find himwlf la a rather too found! iRoe who take nitible, Carson ruihed at htm, aed fired. cloee proximity to tie IhresUeeed seat of I have just Opened tk Handsome Line of miiimeyi where he U mw laboring The witness Is said to be friend of the war. JOHN NaTWLAND wm re elected marshal Though of late Carson family and only told what he knew with the heathens, adjoins Afghanistan, and Towbtthlintltethe attention of the LadiM of aa he should have been. Stanford amlTlelDlty. HIsauynmiauuMn,a Ttry a little careless about bla duties, be has after the trial and when he thought there Lahore ia not over eight hundred miles, il aiuiiui iuy; is id coargo ana wouiu uc giu u aee rmrnena b, 10- -t made the beet marshal the town has had wm no chance ofhis having to lestiOy in map mwureaaefitiareliablrf.fro-iPeDjdeMRS. M. V. TABLER. the scene of the bloody conflict between the the case. since we knew it. He promise renewed Ruaslacs and the Afghans, a few days ago. -dllllgence. QnDiNAJULYStapford la pae of the moat If the reader will take a map after reading, Property Sales. N. T. Hughes has orderly towna in )he State and our young Mr Barnes' letters and trace his course bought of John C. Cooper the shop t"w oc- men are as a general thing the best be- from America to the British Islands, thence OPPOSIT cupied by Peter 8lraub for $500 and D. V. hhvvd of any In this whole section, which across the continent to Paris, down the Pe- DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY. Carpenter ha tvuwr.i of George Fields, the is a souice of gratification to all who feel ninsula of Italv to Rome and Naples, and houre and lot opposite the Dinville toll-gat- e an Interest In the well fare of the town. to Brindisi, where he set sail through the Meala are rwed at all u a. Oauie always on hand and In lttaeaipn. u.itrr 'ruh tiili, ami Once or twice recently, however, one or for $800. dellcaUeaaerTtdlual! at vie and n abort Mediteraniean Sea to Alexandria, Ejypt notice. Lookout fjr the iln ''Woodbine Keitau two young men hue misbehaved and when by rail to Suez and thence by the rant" and call wben you are hungry. Tils Big Barefoot Minstrels, composed arrested, quietly confessed their sins and thence &C.u.f F. 1V..VA80IIEIMEH Uanrllle, Ky. entirely of home talent, will give an enter paid their fines. Believing that they were Red Ses, the Gulf of Aden and Arabian for the benefit of the Gold and heartily ashamed of themselves we did not Sea, which is but a continuation of the In Uinment Silver Band at the Opera House, Saturday add to their mortification by parading their dian Ocean, to Bombay and on to Lahore night, April. 25th. There are 18 picked names In this paper, becauso the best of in North India, it will create an interest : in the geography of that country, which young men in the performance. boys are liable to sometimes go astray. nothing could inspire while he studied it at I will cell at public auction to tbe highest bidder, In the cwn of Liberty, Ky., There la hardly the shadow of a proba- But the Inexcusable conduct of one of the school. parties referred to on Saturday night makes bility that tho donation of the Monday, April 27, 16S5, On LAND. STOCK AND CROP to the Chesapeake A Nashville railroad silence on our part a direlection of duty, It being County Court day in Casey. 101 Acres o f road, which we shall never be guilty of. Gcorgo will increase taxation a cent, for the on For Sale, 50 barrels of corn for Knob Land, lying In laid county on me waiera tbe Huston Carpenter' Creek and bordering if built through our county, will be the McAlister and Dilo Wolford are guilty of cub. II, M. Ballou. Tllle A Liberty turnpike road, about 0 mllea from i h.i farmer. There are tome iuinroTemcnta on thia heaviest contributor to our revenue long violating the law in many respects, If the Reports show that the April condition and a good alte for a taw mill, near the bouio before the bonds are due nnd tho influx of warrants issued yesterday nre an index of of winter wheat in Illinois has not been land but a abort distance from tbe pike. and Any one who may wish to ezamino thl proper- , increase the night' carousals. First is a warrant more favorable for rears than this season. of population, with the nttendant ty Is referred to E. Kayzee. living on the prcmls-eawho will show it to them of property, will moro'than pay the interest charging George McAlister with a breach The war rumors have had a big efftet JOIIS 31. ItElD. IMd in drawing a pistol on nnd on the bonds until that time. Any man of the peace market. June wheat has on the produce otherwi'o intimidating a colored woman, jumped up to HOJ and corn to lSJ at Chi who will gWe the matter a moment' careawaiting a train at the depot; sec cago. ful thought must bo conduced that the who wai withA istciioias county man nas just icsi a expended is not a giTi but a simple ond, one charging him with shooting nmount My celebrated saddle borse breeder, On Time, in the town limit; third, another for a mare at the ace of S3 years, that had 29 business transaction and an Investment wlllmake tbeseaton of 1885 at my stables near tbe know breach of tho pence in brandishing a pistol mule colls during her time. A monument Knob Lick pike, t miles from Shelby City, at that must pay us hand omely. We room of the Myers Ilouse should be erected to her memory. fivr tnnnied men, who aro so earnest in in the publio $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning time intimidating ih occupant; fourth, an The cattle business of Tcxsb is said to their belief in that direction that tbey and bands high, On Time Is a bcautirul by, 153 and Dile Wolford for be approaching a serious crisis. Many of with well proportioned form and tuutcles. H was stand ready to advance the entire Bmount other against him - the ranches are overstocked with cattle tired by btooewall Jaikson: bo by Washington of John M. Mcthemselves, provided the county will per- trespass on the 'property Denmaik; dam Fancy by Bcfshaiiar. I will also stand at the same place tho wtll known to be hereafter derived from Roberts, Sr., by shooting through the door bought at fancy prices and capitalists re mit the taxos and other- fuse fo renew the notes in many instances. Jack, road to be raid to them. Let ro man of his Louse on Lancaster stiett the OI.I IXL.1CIC HAWK, and fifth another against Tho Kansas quarantine law also caused a think that the location is bound to be this wise defacing it And twa youag Jacks, case. There are them for disturbing T. P. Hill, Jr , acd decline of S5 to $10 per head. way, (or such ia not the shooting into their room. One of the Urged land cattle trades ev- HENDRICKS AS!) PIU'L THOMPSON. routes that can be Delected Hugh Porter, by several other these warrants la ret for 10 er made in America was closed at Fort nnd railroad projectors and managers, like The trial of rhlllslt hand, the ilia of the old lick. lin before Judge Carson, when Worth, Texas Friday. Tho Eipuela Land drlcksts 15 hands. Old Blaok Hawk and l'hil influenced by a o'clock individuals, are largely and Hendricks at $1 S, on tbe same Is to be hoped he will apply the law as Cattle Company, embracing GQ.OOOhe'ad stand at SIO termini tbe bone. spirit of kindneea and interest on the part it Lien held on nil colts lor the payment ol the shall best put a stop to disorder and law of cattlo and 60,000 acres, waa sold Ujan of the people, who aro to be benefited by raaon. Mares trailed or removed before loalloir ' paid. something breaklnr. The young men must be shown Eoglish syndicate inoirporated in London. time makes tbe teason due and must bssuccess All their enterprise. We must do given but rare and attention patron, to promote liable and for is asked is as that the laws of thetown and country can The consideration ii but am not tny accommodate to secure the road and what (12 Im) LEVI MIVIUILE, any accidents not be broken with Impunity. the properly is valued at 537500,000. we should think of doing. as m i Another Illinois representative in the Legislature, is dead making the third to die since the session began. The last man, Mr. Shaw, was a democrat, and his death leaves the parlies equally divided in the body of which he was a member. Wo are pleaed to see the following high compliment of our old friends in the Frankfort Yeoman: Col. Chas. E Hoge, the firm of C. R. Mason A Co., has been chosen President of the new company, and will conduct its affairs as honorably, efficiently and satisfactorily as he has done those of the old firm. The State haa never Kentucky. Address Rev. Dr. Gee. 8. Sav- had dealings with a more liberal or more honorable company of business men than age, Covington, Ky. The Rev. Sim Jones, a Methoditt those composing the fiiin of C. R. Mason evangelist, has just closed a 10 days' meet- A Co., and we need no better assurance that ing at Knoxville, at which 500 persons pro- the relations between the new firm and the fessed religion, 300 of whom joined the State will be agreeable than the election of Col. Hsge to the Presidency of the comchurch. Rev. J M. Bruce has received a letter pany. from .Rev. P. T, Hale, who held such a sucPublic Speaking. cessful revival here last year, that the Col. A. Q Talbott and MiJ. F. D. RlgneT.candl Stark-Titlmeeting which he is conducting at datealor the State Eenate, will aJJrcn the people Miss., haa resulted in .11 conver- at tue following timtf aid places: At Mlddltburg, fc'aturday, April 18tb; Popular sions. The Baptist meeting is still in prog- IIIH, Jlondtj, April 20tb; BbadjGroTf, Tumdar, ress, and will probably be kept up until Stat; Helton's Store, Wtdntidajr, 22d; Alalott's 8(ore, Thursday, 23d; Pcnn's8tore, Friday, aith; May. Orer one hundred and thirty per- Itoberta' Cliappel, fc'aturday, Mth; Liberty, Monday sons have been added to the church, and 27th; UuitonTllle, Toeiday, 2Stb; Shelby City, the membership is Isrger than it haa ever Wedndaday, Wtb; ParksTllle, Thursday, SOtb; Ferry-lll- e. Friday, May 1st; Slcamore , North Fork been. Frankfort Yeoman. Saturday, 2d; Bryantarlllr, Monday, 4th; LancasThere have been between 150 and 200 ter, Tuesday, 8th; Paint Lick, Wednesday, Ctb'; additioca to the Broadway Baptist church CrabOrcbard,Thurday,7tb; Walnut Flat, Friday, since last spring, and several are arranging 8th;!lghland,gaturdiy, stb; Wayneabcrg, Monto join this week. Courier Journal. This day, II; TurncrtTllle, Tuesday, 12ib, Speaking at 1 p.m. each day. is Rev. II. Allen Tupper'a church and speaking of him reminds un that Sunday's .VCTT AnTKUTISEBEKTv iacuc of that paper contains a very good picture of him, together with a sketch of bis life. Eld. G. L. Surber received a letter last The Old Itellable week asking him to accept a call to preach to the Church in Melbourne, Australia, "Homo ol Now York," with Its Capital of 8300,000, where once he labored as a missionary and evangelist. At the request of the writer he Will pay promptly wnentbe actual loaa is known. Itatea low. Bet mebclureyon Insure. telegraphed the little reply "no" over eigh'. J . FLEXXEIt, Agent. btanfordorTurncnulllf.Ky. 12liu teen thousand miles, at a cost of $15 75. The letter above mentioned was mailed at if Ui itxi.a o Cnur "lH11c Cf ixii no Melbourne on the 25th of February, and made a quick trip, by way of San Francis TARD, AMI LC.HIir.lt co, arriving here on the 1st of April. On top of the Knoba, close by J. Carter'! Grcctry e, We Have Received Our Spring Goods Kids in the New that is now the Shoe in the world fort. Come while plete. In French Curacoa and Kangaroo INSURANCE! Flexible Sole most popular for solid comsizes are com irnir0 j uun BRUCE & M'ROBERTS. Sentinel- -Democrat. Seed T. S. KOSIYEX, HOUSE PAINTEJR! Sweet Potatoes, Seed pleu-ant-pla- ce FIRE INSURANCE. PHILIPS, Com-panl- ci Irish Potatoes, Onion Sets spring MiLuiteny kind. Hi-doa- taa, and Garden Seeds vr Masonlieimcr's Restaurant COOaT-HOUS- B lra-il- ar of the ,.v Valuable Timber Land FOIl BALE Best Varieties, right-of-wa- y at T. R. Walton's ON TIME! Corner Main t and Somerset i 1 y a noyknrwn, Streets. little - & WE WILL STAND OUK TnE Lekotii op Days At London, MAJ. V. D. RIGNEY hook England, and Bremen, Prussia, the longPresident Cleveland's prunnlng Is a Candidate to succeed himself In the Piste Senate, subject to tbe action of tli Democracy heajust relieved the rublic eetvice of a est day has sixteen and a half hours. At 1885 queer excrescence. Since 1877 a young Hamburg, in Oct many, and Dantzic, in At our rremlieal mile from Turnerirllle at $N April 14, Stanford, Ky., IIOX. A. G. TAIiHOTT man of serious, withered appearance, and Prussia, the longest day has seventeen to Insure a llrlug colt. 11.3m Jl. a. A) J. JF. (SOVKll. Ua Candidate for Senator In the District compos-P- J editorial shears baa hours. At St, Petersburg, Ilursia, and Toarmed with a pair of Bof,.,, Uocolo, Casey and Uarrard. lubject Sir William, the ffam " been one of tbe familiar objects at the bolsk in Siberia, the longost day has nineteen the action of the Democratic party. Election tint Monday In August. resignations Lave re- White House. It was his business to ex- hours, and tbe shortest five. At Tornea, Among those whoie they know all about Mustang Lincently been accepted br the Administra-Ho- n amine tbe newspapers, make interesting ex in Finland, the longest diy has twenty one iment. Few do. Not to know U Will make the icason of 18SJ at writable, S mites hours and a half, and the shortest two do one leaves his office with deeper re- tracts and preserve them in a scrap-boo- k from Crab Orchard, on the Crab Orchard not to have. Oct South ld Main Street, two doors abore Comp for tbe perusal of the President nnd the hours and a half. At Wardhuys, In Norat and Lancaster turnpike, gret than Judge Lawrence, the First aiv 4U.CIB If ever a man took members of the Cabinet. He was known way, the days lasts from the 2lit of May to 8111.50 to Insure u Living Colt, Pure Nitrous IlUlOi; Oas administered when rs- troller of the Treasury Oxide quirvu. delight in the privtles;e of writing and pub- as "Hayes' scissors fiend." By feeding the the 221 of July without interruption; and Or S10 TUB HCASOX. DIt. W. B. PENNY, lishing voluminous decisions upon ques- vanity of his superiors with flattering ex- at Spllzbergen the longest day is three and Mambrlno Ktnir, Jr.. li 16 handi high. Jet black. sou was ureu ur in. i jean IonttMt. tions of greater or less moment, that man cerpts he managed to establish himself in a half months. At New York tbe longest Hen's oid, periccun torm Mambrlno Kin;, (the Deit ihow hone In nTTTTLu 8TANF0BD, KENTUCKY. Willium, the Rm " He is going their good opinion and was commended ss day, June 10th, has fourteen hours and fif the world). Mambrlno King was ilred by Mamwm "Sir OfBce on Lancaster itreot, roxt door to INT-ribrlno I'atchen, full brother to Lady Thorn, . x office hours from S toll a. minutes; at Montreal, fifteen and a and Patchtn, by Mntubrlno I blef, (tbe celebrated to practice law in Washington. It must a valuable legacy to Garfield. The mais M.ind I to S r. M. Anesthetics administered wt.eu hone that J. B. Clay brought from New York). be a sad change to one of his aspirations. of data he has accumulated relative to Mrs, half hours. But tbe longest day of all, al- MambrtnoChlef was sired br Mambrlno Paynias neceuary. r. terand he br Old Mambrlno. be by Imp. MessenThe nuestion has often been asked as to Hayes' w.eklr prayer meetings, the set of though one never seen by a civilized per- ger. Mambrlno King, Jr's lit dam by Tiger how he csme to be called '3ir William, the Air. Arthur's trousers, bis exploits with a son, is that at the two Poles, where tbo Whlpp; 2d dam by Jim Allen, 8d dam br NcrO; JFOli SALE, 4th dam a thoroughbred mire, Ac, Ac. Tbe colli was in Gihing-rod,aro Rita." Tbe story is that when he kindred matters is raid to daylight lasts for six months at a time, and by thl young hone are the Hnrat the country can A DESIIIAIILE DWi:LI.INn AND 8T0RI. produce. house comblDeil. Beit bin Inns location In the Washington, Congress from Ohio, tbe Houfe was at a be tbe most perfect collection of the kind is succeeded by a night (qually as long. Care taken to prerentnccldeulabut not pltre. A bargain rsu le hal by addressing or apSchool Supplement. night session considering one of the appro since i'epys' Diary. Mr. Uleveiantl en Beasou forfeited when mam Is iart-e- d plying atonce to T.J, CintlNTKItNOX, The only line running . U. KlXti, with. I Mm McKianey, Ky. priation bill", into which somebody bad in countered this peculiar being the other ll-- t Crab Orchard, Ky. Bucken's Arnica Salve. duti day, and the interview was mutually astonPULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 OARS jected several clauses putting various The belt Salve In the world tot Cuts, Bruises, wn able agricultural articles on the free list, ishing. The President survived his aston- Sores, Ulwri, Salt Rueuni, rover tares, Tetter, College. ! when Milton Saylor was prompted to play ishment, but the effect was fatal to the offi- Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin NTAM KY. Eruptions anil positively cures Pllea, or no pay re- The fine Imported Norman stallion, will make the e a Joke on Iawrence. So, slipping over on ce of Hayes' scissors fiend. Brooklyn season of ISM at the liable of J. M.Wray, at "Pluk raoii quired. It li guaranteed to give perfeit aatlsfac-tlo- r the republican side of the House, he said, Cottige," 1J, mile from Stanford, (Dem.jj With a Full Corps of Teachers. oulMvllIe,c;incliiiiKHHudI,ex. or mc-e- y relunded. Prlci2i cents per box. "Ijtwrence, you live in a big farming dislUK(eu, Discussing the Buck appointment and For sale b Penny A McAllstcr. AT 815 THE This Institution wilt open Us Fifteenth Session trict, don't you?" "YeV' falJ Liwrence. the charge of Beck that he should not be on the tit Monday In September net t. A New Discovery. Oa S!5 to Ixsi nc a, Colt "Why?" "Your people grow a giod many credited to Kentucky, being in no sense a Mr. Wm, Tliomu, of Xewton, Iowa, ays, "My Champo li a dark gray, I71, hinds high, weighs eheep." said the wicked Savior. "Now. as Kentuckian, Falcon says in the ALL THE I.BXNCUK0 OK A Conneetltij In same depot with Louisville has been seriously affected with a rough for twenty-- I.GOO pounds and ia ft yean t Id the SDth of May fut ualni lot years, and this Spring uoro than ever he- - next. U li of llae style and action, good In tho they are on thn free li'tbuiine's, why don't lima; Perhaps am to some extent pre Ore lnlna. well rlblMfi and lira twlr. with widl.atun. TH0R0UGHENGLISHC0UR3E I jure. one naj uscu many renieuic wituout you move that hydraulic rams be added judiced in this matter, for am not Kenea inouiuen; neaa ana neca well mi on, waa I and being urged to try Dr. King' New Dis- Imported by G. W. StubbUfleld A Co., of lie Ar taught, as well as to it? It would tickle the old farmers III., September 14, 131. tucky born, though I speak the language covery, did so, with most gratifying .results. The The Direot Route to Lynchburg, Dan We will alio stand at tbe same place our fine and make you mighty solid with of the State, and could, I feir, be convicted flrat bottle retired ber very much and the second MDBIC. TUB IiANaUAOBO, OitAW-IN- O ville, Norfolk, young Jack, them hemiW If you don't. 8outhard or of all the weaknesses which characterize its bottlehas absolutely cured her. She hi not bad AND PAINTING. so good health for thirty years." Trial bottles so he left him. If Ben LeFevre will," and, All Virginia And North Carolina people. I think I love this blue grssi land free at Penny A McAllster'a Drug Store. Large Liwreoce had had any time to think he better that) those who have known no Vaintn. At 810 for n I.ltlttiM'nlt. Boston li a beau oth slie51. For tlckeU and further Information apply tlful black. HV4 hirjdi filch, wis foaled Sorrmhtr would never hive done it, for, of course, he er; and tbe great calm of its reet ticket oOc. or addre 7.V.r In Tuition, price range from in to t50 In tender skies 10, 1879, and li by West Knd, he br st mii iuis Wi Never Give ins regular Deparlmeuta. Primary, lil; W.K. ARNOLD, mnt have known what a hydraulic ram and slumberous sunshine comes like the If you are suffering with lowUp. depressed splr-il- l, dam by Jim Porter, lint dam Shoo f'l jhj ft Mam 130; Preparatoiy, f iO, aid Collegiate, InUrmedl AdTertlsIn Agt, tso. and Ticket and moth and Warrior Jack. Art and Lewiw. But to luad off Southard Pasture furnished at reasonable rain, but will balm of Gilead to a life whose youthful days loss of appetite, general debility, disordered cot be roipooilblo foracclJrnls ihn Id any occur, both of whom had lare firming were full of Fevre, For Men'l Manaer, sorrow and turbulent with blood, weak constitution, headache, or any o.n'l Paaa'r AfM. irjtArJbn'AKKFIKlsI. MRS.full particulars, aa to Hoard, Ac, addreas H. O. TKUK11KAHT. .lchmond, Vlntlnla. all means ola constituencies, would be a triumph indeed strange vicissitudes. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, I would not give one bottle of bilious niture, byYou will be procure a THE COMBINED STALLION, Electric Bitten. surprised good for a new member. There had been a wavy uphyr with its foam crest of white to see tbe rapid iinprorement that will follow, deal of "cold tea" absorbed that night, and locust blooms making the moonlight night you will be Inspired with new life; itrength and maybe that blurred the Hon. William's in spring trebly delicious, for all the rose actirlty will return, piln and mUery will cease OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W. nd henceforth you will rejoice in tbe praise perceptions sDmewhat. Anyhow he moved gardens of Gulistao; and the sweet agony Electric Bitten. Sold at CO cents a bottlo by Pen-of This flne combined stallion will raako the season and offered an up towards the Chairman of 1SSJ at my alable near Shelby City, In LinThe Direct Route t- oof mint, giving its rare fine soul in per- ny A Mc A lister coln oounty, on the bhslby City A Knob E. H. BURNSIDE, aascdment, which he sent to the clerk to fume as it dies beneath the tenderest touch, Lick Turnplks Ileal, at hare read. It was about as follows: ''That allltcts my spirit with a pungent joy made $15 the Season or $20 (o Insure a Llv- hydraulic rams imported for the purpose of more perfect by This Old Woll - Known lnu Colt. the trace of sorrow and the Northwest and Southwest by the way of improving tbe breeds of sheep be admitted shadow of regret Hotol Still Maintains Description and Pedigree. Second Jewel is a that mingle with it. I blood liay, with black mane and tall, IS bands High I.OP1H YIIaTaE er CI2V CIIVaVATI. frt of duty." The nouse spent an hour feel that this is my land and my home, and Slnchea high, with fine style "and action. lie It AND laughing about it, and S y lor only escaped I yean, old this spring, was sired by Lewis CunI would have no other soil inclose my ningham's Jewel, he by the famous old Washing- Iti Proprietor ia Determined that V,": am Hn.lnn.il ...V. with his life by jumping tbe town. - Y ash crumbling body ton Denmark. First dam Minnie y M Donald's when I am on earth no it unall be second to no Country direct connection at IhoM points with the Light-nin- e Marconi. 2U dam ty Wells' IruMdei. id cam by I ington Litter in Biltimore American . ou tb. (tbks A Mississippi for Bt more. Shall any one say that Mr. Buck j a son of Dary Crockett; 4th dam a raluabb) Hotel in the State in hi Fare, lAiils and all polnla West. This One younj saddle stallion I hare concluded sauille mare, pedigree unknown Mr II, C old's Appointments, or Attenbe get does not feel as I feel? a limited number ot mares at the low to letterre Tbe toilet mask really seems to Old Minnie, dam of Second Jwel, was a ID TTnnro olyfrom- Loulssllle or rineln-X- r price of tion to Comfort of y ,0 8lpremium animal Iroru a colt up to igrd mare, foc-otwo hours A Scotchman waa dying. Ilia daughter tisg into favor. The notion of it is tbat, quicker than any 0u line, L0"". tin pasaenter other their Gneitt. Jewel has been shown lourteen times and wore ilrlnfour time for meals ao J first choice of times, being defeated only twice. tbebluotwelv TiEisr :doxjXj.a.:r,s i beixg worn nights, it imparts delicacy of Nellie sat by his bedside. It was Hnnday sls lu trains going Weal. rates. I'sstuns will be furnished at expend on list and texture to the complexion of tbe evening, and the bell of the church wag Which moner I will placing htmhliIneducation after Parting with mares iortelts the Insurance. Lien riea (jage will be caatsed t aad from t ha d free of ehargi, Special acroamodatloni the hands of the season la orer by 12 Hours Quiokor To Ouaha and any on all colts wearer, mere are aaczsnainereni manes, riDging, caning trie people to church. The some good aaddle none man, only to steady him retained Cunninghamuntil strrlce charge are pild. to Comcsirrlal Trarelen. The Dar still than by Louis sold two ircond Jewel cults at ine going by wajV Cblrago. alnayi sapelled with the ckolcsst In his iilts. for he has them each bnt the principle of them all seems to be gocd old man, in his dying dreams thought In exhibit him at tbe Fairs, naturally. laI Sexpect MOOone and ssys that he would Bot lake 11,000 yrara for (lilt Kdgi braidior Llaiora aid Cliars. that be has lett the name that of sweating the akin. Just tnat he raa on tbe way to church as he old this Spring, dark bay or brown. IS? bandi C. T. SAXIHi)fSF, hlnh aada nerlect model in lorm. lie was aired Tr.4. M.,k. MllllllAV'N Nl'KCl'ICt Whslbr Otr.Ky. m the email of one's back gets delicate used to & when he went in the sleigh by one of the noted old Denmark family, Left Always makes Uubble'aOnTime; lstdam by oneot the grandest isiyT ItTho (Jreat Engllnh Jlcmciljr, from constant seclusion, so a partial treat- across the river, and as the evening bell bonet. erer known In any country, Cabble'i Did Con ment of the cheeks on the same plan is cal- struck up, in his dying dream he thought Lexington, a borae that has taken more premiums la a positive cur for Weak Memo than and got more cood horses than any known ry, Loss or strain rower. Nervous culated to etherealize them But imagine it was the call to church. He aaid: "Hark horse; any horseman will tell you ao. therefore we l.ihsustloo, Hemlnsl WasknMW, high With all Line at should not atralni thee.a of !S5 a woman, intended by nature to be a sight children, the bells are ringing; we shall he rundown let tbe dam was ot these two families Tblsat my bred stallion will stand Ky , and will; Impolemy. and Ueneral Loss of stable near McKlnney. by Faulkner's Young Ills 2d Power ol the Generative Organs; tie permitted to serve mares at abed with a good portion of late; we mut make the mare atep along America. Uncle refer Oentry sari be was the best ot, Lorm and Intermediate Point. ly elumberer, ... .. uivwrw .,. (WI.MW K. , , V breeder tbat ever stood In IJoyle county. Third ft usiore nurnce ol voutnful Imnrudenn, her visige hidden by pitches of blsck ma- quick." He shivered and then said: "Pull dam by Taylor's Messenger. ?S tlie Season or $10 to Insure a I.trlue the... laxinr,uialurnl. Tears, . such Tr.J. U..L ,ot IVo Ferrlcis! .. extra ol . .. .. NoOiHiilbiixTrauH terial. And if she be a wife, just think of the buffalo robe up closer my lass. Ii' Colt. as Lniveraai.i ijAsnuie. nsin in in fent! back, Dlmnrss of Vlslu'i, PremaDescription and Pedigree: This beaulifjt horse tura Old Ag. and the feelings of the busbtnd as he gingerly cold crossing the river; but we will soon be miay otrerdls-ra- r fine young Jack will also make tbe season IG, hands CoaaectloasMs,! lo Union Dpot, HU IxjuU. ioAies aa that trad to Iuunlty or Con cold kiss between the sec there." And he smiled and aaid: "Just of This at my stable, one mile from Stanford on isa red sorrel, anv horse In high and He bas made drops a small, much style as 1833 America. g In all cases of Ken si anJ HjisUiitl11 U,,' ltln2'Von the track. Ills sire was John Morgan; sumption. the apeciflo scu like a tions of plaster, and possibljr amears his there now." No wonder he smiled. Th the UuitonTllleptke, at Weakness he by Imp, foverelgn. First d.itn Hsllie Lawis, by cus rm, reaioriog lots or is II you are going West to any point, rail on line vigor own face with the mixture of grease and good old man bad got to church. Not tbe Imp. Olcneoe; 2d dam by Motto, by Imp Harefoot, or, giving to lb eye a brilliant wilto to the 810 to Insuro a Living Colt. 3d dam Lady Tompkins, by American hell; 4th and sparkling beauty, to the cheek, For fiill and reliable lohrraslloo In regard to mask is old country church, but the temple in the chemicals of which the dam Katie Ann by Ogle'aOs-ar3th dam Young ineruy blooomorbealtn. Blere Walker Is a brown with white points, IS AftirTaklar land. Ac, In tbe Weatera Kiate. Map., (Juldat commonly made. Again, is it sweetly sen- ekir a "jut arroa the river."-- Dr. Tal. hands high, 4 yean old and said by good jack Maid of the Oaks, by Imp Expedition, nth dam MTMurray' Speclrle Is eold by all Druggists at and loweat special rates lor Ticket and liounhold OldMaldoftheOaks.br Imn rinrrad Eaelr. 7ih mage jacks in Ken- dam men to be one or the nnt-i- l bonea package, or six packages for IJ. AIw by floods to all potnu West call on or addreas timental for a lover to sing a serenade beAnnetla. by Shark- - Sih dam by hslson's a horse, quick and sure. IIsi actlom . O. II. ALbOl', . vwieAj nwr, uu i .j i y vi 'CQ Xf uouu r TTJ Tl. j. uuuerwooa,J wno was once tucky. patronize us likewill premise not to detain iiockingnam; yttiusm iiy True Whig; lain dsia we If you rjsoger Ag't Ohio A UlslsslPp fullwar. neath the window of his darling, in words by Ilaylor's Qallant; lltli dam by Ilurrelt's tmi. ff'ull PMlcuUrs In pamphUt, which will U iocg on tbe Jack's account. Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, and you t Kegulous, 12th dam by Imp. liiotnrde. eon of mailed fre to every applicant. Address all comdenoting his exalted imagination of her 11. w.aVSiittViSlir7 V7.w.PKAiDr. to J. H. A- J. 11. FAHKIH. Hautboy. Norton Hamblelonlan lstdam Mary, municationsVIIthe sol1' manufacturer. t M HA XF.DICIXK CO., delicate lorelicers as a sleeper, and all the has since made more capital out of the tiby Norton, by Old Lexington, (whose reputation "'1 C. W . PA HIM, Central Passenger Agent. Is 2d dam by Hamblelonlan, the sire e Bold In Stanford by Tinny A McAUsUr a'nd all while hectt.'( be certain that her mug tle "Governor" than would have been Cincinnati, Ohio of a host ol luec'MJul trotters. by any other man, has been relating - ian't a mass of ongueni?" I will also stand at tbe saire time and place auuisii eTirywnere.A Co., Wholesale Agen Clara Belle. aruua Parna te, some of his experiences in his canvass for Loulsv IltasKy. A 2YO. 1 JACK ! The sire of trotters and roadsters and more iancv v A kiss is a psioxysmal contact between Governor, in the mountain Kutern horses than any other stalcounties, to a and At $8 to will make the tbe labial appenaagei aiiacneu to tbe su- Pittsburgh reporter. These reminiscences lion in Kentucky, Stanford, directly season of 1SS3 rate, but Insure. Grass furnished at reasonat !e on the Knob no responsibility for escape or accfour miles west of perior and inferior auxiliaries respectively are quite amusing now, but kissing dirty-face- Lick pike, and will be permitted to serfs) mares a t idents, iwt j.waijKiui atrxxti. d the extremely low price of of a man and woman or two women The children, playing the fiddle in corner or $20 tho Seasonper $30 to Intuire. younger the pirtien are the mere paroxy- groceries and buttonholing voters in ward Grass furnished at 92 mnthi Due csra will smal will be the paroxysm, and in tae it conventions did not prove a betaken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will popular mode Dot be responsible should any occur. beob'erred by the fond father of tbe par- - of electioneering for Gubernatorial candi- - Description and Ftdlgree. Nobby is a Jet black IG hands tx;Ed vounger lady, there is a's) likely to dates in Kentucky, and tbe style went out with star in forehead and two white feet, bony leg, good, 1 Inch hUh, fine msne and tall, b3 perigee between the psroxjzet'H pedetic when "Governor" Underwood beautiful li ad and neck, 'excellent shoulder, back retired from and loin Infict, faultless In symmetry; and will junction nd tbe phaUnealexremities if politico. - Oweneboro Messenger. ai guarantee theredoesn't llreasullion possessed ol a better disposition, anu mese quaiiuea ne inran-bl- y the metatarsus and other br'c-- ti brae deAro you faUln. try Watut' HliLm IU A Homarkablo Curo of a Horso. Imparts to his progeny. Aa an evidence that -f-i"itias7tsrr!-j3f&TSy Mr. E ridire T. Gerry has received a he will produce rery fast borae when crossed on Kswia, a pure, ciean, wnoipsoma pending from the lower end of the old gen CM Jamei L. Plemlng, a prominent grocery his very tleman's right leg. The kiss itflelf is nut letter about katlre rinka from a Jersey good marts la the fact thataomeof Wallace dam to Merchant, a member of tbe flrmof Fleming A Lof. bare nothing but a Sir . ... ton. Augusta, Ua., inakrithe following statement This ror unun.peTTn, nomn, Urer, Kklnetf, the paroxysm. It is merely the vibrations City rain, who aaya. "The nuin cauBe recommend them. comes of Itself Is conclusive filreof Emm Manler.Rob Pate, Florentine, Doubt of tha trratment ofa valuatila hnr.. i,k mia.. Lungs. AnUncnuAledlnvltfonuit. Cures from the sire. Nobby ... that the speed Bpecltlr of tho superincumbent atmosphere, result of acandal fn these placea is the Ryatera of stheelreofNobby.Jr., recorJ 2?3J41 sold to W. Ac, Ac., will make the aeuon of 1SS3 at my stables near Bunlord, Ky., 1MI I bad a valuable colt laken trotininerauor of Ohio, for 15,000. One of his colts Headache. Feror. Ajtus. L'hlllt . ant from the expuWou of aweetnegj from a'lerooon instruction for ladle' alone. They C. t'lr, season with very little handling In 2 33. wllb a severe rasa of nlnk hi.h . ted last the most fesiful case of blood n Issnlmr I ,.. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. AT TWENTY DOLLARS. of tbe pair of lipi engaged in creating I are tien uken n charge by a set of plaud- - Nobby was sired by Garrard Chief the ane ol Hull tacit erseen. After eight or nine months or Hv.ir,rin 2 32Jii lied Crook Mambrlno Hippy Duke. 2 'ookinsr, and , blp- with every remedy that I could hear ot, I despair-e- d Transcript. NIco to take, true merit, unequal ed for ecarnps 2 83'i, MIlArpS 3'; Uarrard Cnlerby Mambrlno fit. Martin li oneot the most distinguished sons of a cure. At this time the horse was unable to Mam. s caiieu teacbew, who are allowed to place Chlfl, slreofUdyThorn.ai84, Woodford list, 1st of Imp Phaeton, winning good race over good mi rtlKIlt LivtK Woakncss, move .nause or wolleu limb. His right bind horse-others In the 2 30 all distances, and a fw of hi colt ou brino221.aod several Swonts, Nervous It U seldom that an accident contains meir arms aDout them with a freedom leg was as largess a man's body tiaui-blwere the Beiual Ittjcllne, Mnlnrin, tht dam by iiauk;2ddaui by Aratas;3ddam 'sbydam ae son, turf In 1881 one ol all seen at the frontol Ills ovr forty running sores. He bad and had on It Doubt, was SUUiwr IioU, 0 forW.OO.at Dniinriita. also a the best Ionian; 4th damby DIomede; Nobby tbe more elements of Rrotesquenesj than ia usually reserved by modent women of large aoreiori his body and oth r limb number i o. ti ills, jcrwy Uty, K. J., (J.H.A. tnoroughbrod mate, aaid to bo y Imp Trauby tear. bt. Martin Is tbe hlghist type of a thorough- He a ;ji pitiable look In olje.tandl was advisedwas that which befell a German at Oihkrsh. Parting with uiarceaball forfeit the Insurance In iirvi none, standing over lo'i nanus mgn, smen to and lovers "New York Sur. ctdhlstull lings with the shot gun He w. dldly proportion1!, kind as a lamb and comblnna all cases. V. I.. VltOW, He tappel a raap'e tree with an axe and valuable animal and I did not want to lose him ritanfoid. Ky tbe bral blood nf England and America. Hy Imp. ''Now," said the bridegroom to the bride Ai'ir rscslog my brain lu srarch for anotner rera n Stooping to sip the I wlilalioatand a FINE YOUNCt JACK that Phaeton, first dam Tokay by Imp, Yorkshire; then inferted a wedge eily more efflcac lous. I thought of Swift' Specific. i dam Miss Martin, by Garrison's Zlnginee, hen they returned from tbe honeynnnt. will lie permitted to serve a fewgood mures at SlO ooxlnir sap. hi noe became inserted in the UI to Insure. This Jack will he 3 years old the 7th of (son of rJlr Archy); third dsm (lahrleiln by Sir " luvaiuauie io in human family as a .."." purifier, and why should It not be Mood aire,! Archy; fourth dam Calypso, by llolair, tilth dam hands alit in the tree. The wedge then became tr p; "let us have a clear understanding September, isfully IGsold by high. L. He wa f,.rtheanlnnl as wellf I did not hesitate, but Caldwell for (dam of Contention) by Imp Pjre Devil, sixth by the Jack tint was W. ent List July to Atlanta for a supply. (ltdloiieed and his noe wai caueht as in a before we settle down to married life; are 1,100 aud was taken to California. He is a half dam Byrnes' Wlldalr; seventh darn Plcftdilla, by I begin the treatment wlb a ot. of H. 8. 8. and Mr PeyHalt A Mackllu'a Feranaught, eighth dsm Kodof-brother of tbe you to be president or of this ton Kmbree. 1,100 pound Jack owned byC. L. C. tea ci water thiee times aday. Ttls I continued f) vi3e. It was two hour? before he was disninth dam by Imp Hoblnob; tenth dam by te fhln; Jolly Hanger; ehtventb dam by Imp. Valiant, fjr a week. Then I Increased the dose to C ei. ol onaern?'' covered and re'cued. each and continued for s week. Then I Increased twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus it Is seen that his "I want to be neither president nor vice Buchu-Paib- a loaca and run It a week, when I went from the ! blond Is enrichedgreat race same fountain that was ra again. The result was that at tho endhack tor, she answered, "I will be conten Lexington, tbe horse and greatest ol The Impression is prevalent, oren nmeng (f Itnnmrknlilo Ciirri nfrninni. i .h Irst week the horse bad a fair appetite, which the (ileuooe. lorksblr- - and Phaeton resires, and he Itladdcr, Inflammation, Irritation i f KM- had uot had since his ilcknes. At tbo end of tho experienced shtep raisers, that the peculiar with a subordinate position." nowned In tbe turl histories. I have put his serWill make the season of 1335 at inr stables. 2 uu'i iiiuiiiirr, iono or l J ravel second week even Improvement was appamiles aouth of Hustonvllle, on tha Huitonrllle A vices at the low figures to oblige my friend aud "What is thai?" tho lTostoto (iland, Dropsical Sheepy" odor snd taste sometimes found Liberty road. AtdallahGlenra Is by Joe Elmo, neighbors and to justify breeder at a distance In rent, for many of tho sjruwere healing nicely and fernaln Ulease, Incontiii. "Comptroller of the currency. ' in mutton, is due to the contact of the wool tbehorse manifested a drslre to move about. At Boston No. 3430, trial 2:27, iccord 2. 10. Jo Elmo Is tho fending to him, and would take a few good mares erv'o of Urine, all Dlsoasos ol tho ( Jenlto- 1 will also Hand at tbe C. 8. sold lor on the shares tbeend of the third week he began to showgain Courier. aire of D. C. 0., record 2:23. ID. lime place v i imiry vicuna in cttiitT ser. For InIn tlcab and had full appetite, Iheawelilng with the meat. This is a mistake which (9,000 the past winter.) Kevlew record 2:7iyt;L.j-curgu- s' my combined horse. IieOlthV Or Ilnnnltirnl lll,.l,nnJ ..... h.d record pacer, and Mark Wakefield When Prnctor Knott made his fanciful much prefudice againt mutolap "(. hanln'a Injection Hour." each 81. has occasioned ofbwiry riper lilc. and when I quit Its nH the trial in 2:20. Jo Elmo Is by St. Elmo, 273; (by tor S1PIIILIS, either conlractod or hsd only Inur small sores left ou blm and Alexander's Abdallah. 13) he by Itradyke's Ham ton eh food. The true cause of tbe taste uniutri peech lifieen years ago the humor blelonlan, No 10. Jo Elmo's 1st dam by Mambrlno iicreiiuary mint, ush Chapln'a Constitu- they healed up Immediately. And my Norman horse, In August Ust ull symptoms of tbe disease pawed and odor is to be found in the delay of dis of the thinir tickled the entire eonilnpnt Messenger; Abdallah 'Jlenco's 1st dsm Mattle H. and up to date no sign ol a return Foreigner, by by emboweling the circw. The intestines No one dreamed that Duluth would ever cluin Willie D., ,ttiv Cunningham' Imp Glenco) 2d Copper liottonij trouhl. have made their appearance and theof tho llettle r by horse has. dune a mule's work on my farm.. uhould be removed as early as possible after Bmount to anything, and when Knott call 3d Wiu .Mlur a uiturjn, ny imp. uuzzaru, tin or I regard It one of the most remarkable cures that ouirh tired. wiiue li,' uam oiarngai ny Loero ed her "the paragon of cilieh" everybody kee.iby Imp. I'lioso i A Wallah (llouco's colts are ,S.A. life is extincN I have ever k;.owu. Tims this great medicine $12.50 TO INNUIti:. has provou n boon to the animal as ell ss lauched. Still the town is Ihird in the flne and large aud gool movers, both aaddle and Orasi and feed furnished at reasonable rales, bu tbe human race. harness, I have one of his colts that trotted 1,200 no responsibility for accidents should any occur, Newspaper reporters are known to be the list of Aiiguila.Jan !), 1SJJ. circle at the rat ot 2 10, timed points, beating Mil- yards on a JaS. L. Flkmino. men. Their calling teach-moat truthful of nntl byu. M. (iivons, iiusionvine, rwy., wnnouiany tlr I also have for ..,en"rl,00k ou Wood HiviFrSkin diseases. Ills waukee, Toledo and St. Louis. handling; I also Lave another that Is about .s thoroughbred Calves.aale 17 yearling Mules and 10 Tiik Co., them accuracy, and they could not be ",8-- 1 good. Here Is a combination of the best trotting Diawer 3. Atlanta, tia. The Senators and Kepresentativea receive and running crosses In existence Ablallab (Hen-c- o h. ii. iiAi;oii.yr,ix. untruthful if they wouldexcept. The Stanford, Ky. has bad but little training but trotted on Hutch-Ing- s is when, in the course of business, in addition to their salaries $1 for each A Pone' track in ltorle county, Ky., which mile they must travel to ro to Washineton. is ten seconds slpw, In 2 15, (sis week or twn Hotel and Bar-RooFor Rent they are called uon to describe (he month handling ) Mr. Pop say he showed a s Here their one half payable on the first of each regu-la- r 2:30 gilt frequently. He li also a of ladies. aiddle Atltowland Statloi (Klchmond Junction) Ky., anpe&r&nce stBiion. The Renresentative and S.n. horse and his colts almost Invariably ahiw saddle from Mar 1st, next. A good garden, Ac, attached. s gallantry betrays them into overstating the qualities. Person wishing to breed will do well For particulars addreia me at btanford, Tbli Is atorsfrom Oregon receive about $3 000 to examine my borae and colli before breeding tha only facts. bar at that point. elsewhere. He I a beautiful brown, 15J4 bands "mileage.'' TH031AN FRllllEL. high, tuperlor bona and muscle. Stands for the beautiful, all but her skin ; The Mahdi began marrying when he was GrEWIJINE OrtlGIXNTAlA ot ft Hi the Hennon or 81? oO WILL YOU SUFFBB with Dy.pep.la and Lit-c- small sum 3c BOKE and nobody has ever told sixteen years old. has kept on doing it, till r to ItiHUre n lAlilia Colt. I will also Hand OhAitAlcnlhtlesd In Complaint? Shiloh'i VitalUer Is tlistilrt of thu cltss ol iruarantd . my Jack, remedies, and his given he has now accumulated a collection of euro you. For laleby Penny A MeAlin.r. her how easy it is to put Cirtt Is -. . ar!', ll.Trf. iMf.4Jf. shunt unlvtrsal uusfAc-UurI TO DATS. thirteen wives, which looks as if the False JasixaalMd at wl THATnACKINGCOUail can be ao quickly beauty on the skin. Beauty 'unilila Old ho?i' Murtriiv nRos,. ABMBIrUtOM. cured by 8hlIoh'a Cure. We guarantee It. For At 110 to I ill, li re. BobMc. Is 1S helliiigaan .t "In. Ilini-eI'irls. Tea ',11,r,,i,i,l,J,l?:ht'-,l- ' Prophet found real proSt in railrimony. hands nlhi-- r biHllly imIim. Knrmer nml owner ol Qhuwon the firor of Urd lr hy Ik on the skin is Magnolia sale by Penny A McAlIstcr. brown with mealy nose and a No. 1 breeder. Got ste th public And now links rfroininriid It in t h hex. Campbell Jack, be br Robinson's Lamp llrnreiistctlCa. amoog Hi ludlng Mcdi r"'7lhoiililiTHtralna.lYrki-illli"HVrratpl- i BLKEPLEJ3 NIOUTd msds miserable by that CATABBU CUIIED. health and aweet t..ih by tbe Ed. iciacsotihsolldem. ion, Dy imp. aianitnoiu, f.,,i'l,'"r "ll.Hj'rlH. Cork. Film In the iAi. Balm. CuolnnatlJ A, L. bSIITII. terrible oougb. Sbtloh's Cure Is tbe remedy for secured by Sbtloh's Catarrh Itemedr. Prlr. nn Not responslqle for accldeota or escape, but Ohio. UllJfvrd, r. me will be well cared for on reasale by Fenny A McAlItter. For sale by Penny & McAIiiter. mare lelt with J sou. For Sold by Diuiliu, sonable terms. J.2,ra K.H.VOWELL. Closing the Scissors Department. Men Think Mambrmo King, -- Jr. aUnGEON DJQNTI8T, ty-si- IIM-ly- cHEsranp ohid by. a PRIVATELY. uonuicKy's nd East Phlladelphla.Y. Bouto GHAMPO Stanford Female OUI. E-el- A SOLID TRAIN ly.f WASHINGTON CITY, NKAN, ro-li- aw-all- y Bloom-ingto- BOSTON! tl, TERMS MODE KATE. dls-ea- ie ui i SECOND JEWEL MYERS HOTEL, 23sx .Ssx STANFORD. KY. Propr and its Roputation, I St. Louis & tho West GILT EDGE! 1 MTrnint? ti-rw- Ch, Par-tin- nd "' O. Norton Hamiltonian. rast &M. Timo and Suro neotlons m STEVE WAIiKER' jNa f undi-rslgae- , " llrr pos-aibl- HB I world-wide- ,) tOO-Iy-rJ flrst-cla- PINKEYE. Stallions for 1885. igasatlflHKstt9VI 'fiAMwl ... . speed-leatcol- la ST. MARTIN. at DTSPBPSIA, unriu - ston K' H, i.. h. see-o- pre-ident- ." Abdallali Gloiico ui-j- s DU-S",- - PHIL HERIDAN, 1 grain-receivin- g 300-yar- d m lf per-aon- m tint-clas- ALLEN'S s Many a Lady-i- I Boto M'Elroy NEaVE IiINIMENT. 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