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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1885. 4lftltTlft2ll NO. 16. 4 I f . f 1 The Duties of the Cabinet Officers. hideous face of some of the pitiless sufferers, and the low, muttering thunder keep The Cabinet of the President ia composing up a worthy accompaniment to thia ed of the bead of the department State, A Fanaical Scot Who Beat and Lac- rerrible meeting, Is it any wonder we would I'Ubltflu'lt VllVHlllWH (IMlf FrltttlilH Treasury, Interior, Posloflice. Navy and erate Themselves, now nnd then pinch ourselves to really Justice. The Secretary of State is chargHU.OO L1BII ANNUM know if we J were in hell or noi? Ob.uo; For many years Dripping Springs has been a favorite ed under direclion of the President, witii IN l'lHtlMTIATION rO!tTIIi:i!l!SI.S. wc were not ssared and did not occupy a Wnen raid strictly In adratiro. II wo bate to the dutie appertaining to correspondence summer resort. Its waters have always been remarkably vitt an? tliup. 83.(10 will im charged. small space against the wall, but it was with tl.e public Ministers and Consul of efficient in their curative powers. The analysis recently Waoow Mound, Moiia Co , certainly n relief to get out of the house, the United State, and with the represenmade by James A. Flexner, shows it have one of the New Mexico, April, 18S3. W. P. WALTON. even in tho rain, and when we got home at tative of foreign powers to the United Te the KUitercf Tho Interior Journal. finest medicinal combinations ever found -- in a mineral midnight could not sleep for thinking of Stnlei,acd to all negotiations relit! rig to In acoordanoe with their usual annual spring. Especially is it rccomended as a tonic and the peculiar experience we had so recently war in the l'urchsce the foreign aflair cf the (ijverntnettt. He custom the PoniUntes, or FJagal antra Tho Uoyd-Turn- er passed through. appetizer and for all forms of dyspepsia and general i onslodian of the great seal of tho United at their place of worship, for this hai not jet been miMiled. Hayil 'iiblih- Our next will ba descriptive of the clidebility, and as a powerful alterative. es a lengthy etatetnent, Inekod Itr affidavit?, Stales, and oounlcrignn and nfHien eucli neighborhood, tlie first week of April, to matic advantages of New Mexico. Wm. M. Doouks, M., D. Crab Orchard, Ky. boat themselvea as penance for tiieir maniplace Mr. Ilnl Turner in a rather seal to all executive proclamations, that Sincerely yours, A. G. Stalxakei:. warrants for ardon, otc. He i fold Mils. We organized a oompxny nnd awkward ponitlrn. Anions other, Mi U. Ramsey, M. D., Garrard County, Ky. ML VERNON DEPARTMENT. Anuie Jamlcaon awear that Ilnl Tiiucr alrto cii'todlan of the treitlo made with started to their place, eleven mile from C. T. Spilmax, M. D., Paint Lick, Ky. Uoll-- wl here, culled Servalcta Thin littu Mexican oatne to her with a marriage liceuM pur foreien Stales, and of the iw of the Managed by Jno, B, Fish. CD S:attM. He tuiiorlrt, and village i situated at the foot of Turkey parting to b iitiml from the Ballard conn For fifteen years, myself and family have been visiting The weather, for the pam week has foreign cmnl In the Uoitml mountains and this view of the Santa Clara it ty court, nnd the raarrMRe ofrriimny wa been very fine. Dripping Springs during the summer, and have returned anld 1) a man natn! Klwy, vkhom the Stale arc Is'ited through his office. He aod for milee and mileo over the plains i (5 Farmers are putting in all their time, each time grately improved in health. Its wonderful supposed to La a uiinUtfr Hhi htk iIc Ik ohargad with certain nnnu.il report lo a very fine one indeed. The quaint man- getting in their crops. ha an annual Hilary gf $8, ners of tin HsopU, the Htrauge dialect, the waters cured me of a severe case of dyspepsia. I proHtwI with Turner for four month, Mler-In- c Cansree. J. W. Nesbitt and Miss I.mliud R;p-pe- rt nounce it one of the finest mineral springs in the world. her If to b hit legal wife; that lie then WO pr HDiinm, and hi oflise rank flrtt peculiar a bob or mud home, the foreign were mnrried last Wednesday night. -- 1 left hrr, and wrule back to hl uitntr in the Cabinet. The Secretary of the sights, sound and habits, right here near D. R. Moore, Shelby City, Ky. Tbe meeting conducted by Il:v. J. U. that he vm umriw! to another woman and Treifurr has charce of the national fin- the very cenlre of the United States is a Tully closed Thursday night without furHe prepares plan fur the improve- fit theme for an imagination more poetic had KOne to X Orlraa. Tho marriage ance Thirty years ago I was under the treatment of Dr. John ther additions. licence vra k forgery nd lite al- ment and management of the revenue, than your corre,pI1o,,"U paeeeesos. In John Proctor and Bub liroaks, got into Craig, Sr., of Standford, Kentucky, for very serious liver leged mlnlnlwr an impo'tor. Mr. IM 'rSe euperiateoda th collection of the revenue, company with Mrs. E C. Stevenson, a a Proctor little rumpus at Cy Ping'. disease. By his advise I spent a season at Dripping Jatnieon and V K Jnisitain, the citlV grnt wsrrant for money to beit'uedfrom very cultured and charming English lady, fired one shot, the bullet making eereral Springs and returned home entirely cured, and it gives eyed parent', join in the abovo tiunlior.rd aff- tbe Treasury, csntrol the erection of pun-li- Mia IUyuis Lucorc, a beautiful, black holes through IJ.'JO't'n stiirt Bjth ptrties me pleasure to bear testimony to the efficiency of its building, the coinage and printing ol Castillian Signoreta and Mr. Maldanado, were arrested. certiidavit The Count; Clerk of Billanl wonderful waters. fier that no uarriace lic(ni, wa issued to money, the oollecttsn of commercial eta. of this place, we amply provisioned ourrolveis, E'dcr Savage preached at this place 01 Garrard County, Ky. Turner to tuiiry any cne, and the dirty titice,tnirin ho'pital, the revenue cut entered our opting wajon and started. The Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Will J. W. New-land- , very fine and in an hour we tneM it concluded with a certificate lo the tcr service, the life saving service. Under roads here are Keppert, of Liberty, was up last week. Uaard were at the consccraled place. Twice in my life I have gone to Dripping Springs in effict that Hal Turner wm Indicted" in alx hii superintendence the Light-housMiss Miltie Williams ia visiting in StanThe penitentea had their place of wor- ford. cae4 on the clurgo of fornication, pleading diiobarcc iln duties. Hi aaliry ia $8,000. very poor health, and after a short stay each time, Jack Adam', Jr , is in tbe city. guilty to three aod fail lag to plaiJ in the The Secretary of the Interior i charged ship about half a mile outside tbe town and Mrs. Elizibath Purcell, who wa takreturned entirely cured. other caae, nnd being fined in woh. It in with the rupervision of public busitiOM re which they iiexer allowed desecrated with en to the Eutern Ivy, L initio Asylum at R. M. Arco, Taint Lick, Ky. lating to patonta for iavontion, pensions the presence of outside barbarians during Lexington, about two weeks ago, died not prolwblo that there will be any war. Lots. Time. and bounly lands, public lands, including holy wtek. It did not look like more than Friday morning about 7 o'clock. Her remines; the Indians, education, railroads, one hundred could enter it nnd wag built IS irchArJ, Director of tb mains were brought to th'tj place Friday Mint, in hi public surveys, the census, when directed of mud and as the custom here had n flat night and buried Siturday at the Purcell The Old Reliable apecUl annual report on the production of .TOSTO- - 3VE. of mud roof. A large cross wai erected eomo burying ground. by law; the custody and distribution "Homo of Now York." with Its gold and ailrer in the United Stalei for the public documents; is charged with the care thirty feet from the door and every hour Capital of 83,000,000, (cash STANFORD, KY., calender yeir of 1S3I. estimate that the CUONTt. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN Will pay promptly whon the actual lose la known of itrtela hoepitala and ulceitioyrary insti- some member of the organixition would Com- Keprenu the Best and most Prompt-rayinproduction of thooountry h rjUI, Kates low, gee luelielnreyon Insure. emerge from the church on their kneeis panted and his ratet am very loir. Mive mm a Ft.EXXtUt, Agent. J'. Stanford or Turnersullle.Ky. DRirnxo Sirino3. Old habitue3 of 530.800,000; oil re r, eimpmn! (Nr tutions in the District of Columbia. He and pray the beloved vergins to watch and cati. In lo diillw and ower in rnlalion to these noted springs will be astonished at dollu coining rate, JISOO Ort'i, iui, :., tl.e Territories of the Tailed Elates The protect them for the coming year, the that the vast change and improvement 600,000 Thin bown mi ! niot the Secretary of War peiform such duties m -congregation following, chanting SIOCK F- nave been nude ho re rt'uo. season. It previou yar aboui Js JO.000 jjI and eouie weird, wild, peculiar melody and tbe the President, who is Commander-in- ullter. The tital deposit of gold Chief, may enjoin upon him concerning one on the knees would embrace tbe crots will be hard for them to realize that the large baml'cme building', terraced walls, mint durlog tho TMir amounted to $50 at milltlarr service. He ha ruprlutrndetre and re witer the house to enjage in prayer nice piths and numerous mineral springs 5lS,l"S,of which f V SIT 2rV reportof army supplte, transfKirtation. etc The' and eong until time for tbe next ona to are the ssme old Dripping Springe. June ed as lomtie. Tin i ,.i u' I I'utiiiaster (itneral ha directicn and man- make the journey. Oace during the day the C h had been advertised and named for riclnii( of bar'. HOiunnini tu on'v agement of the Post office Department, tie they would all go to the regular Church Tj the 5Uij4i $115,000. drMited at appoints all oflher and employe except and for an hour kneel before the different the l't pic ntc of the season, but Mr. TKStlMI.I) AXI- word from many Slaughter has receive mints and sms.ll amount ii(.. nn.l might saints and ciotwes and repeat tho Haaie Postmaiter thk three Assistant General, persons that they can not wait so long and properly he added absut $1 500,000 unde who are appointed liy the President with kind of dirge or aong with u horn accompathat a Mr; cnun are coming here on next gold in filter bullion plaited and cm'eftt if the Sra'e. He makea prntal niment thateounJed to me veiv much like Friday, My 1st, to celebrate May dav nd rmgttetx, etc., in oronuieaiatton. in a t.n cent toy, one the children play with iieaiiee wuh f reign IJoveriiments. atjietul have a general pic ntc. While it would Now we ftney we have an ear and execuu oorilraois, eto. The Seeretnrv in the The t". S. war aleaincr Florida, which AT- everyand fuliy arc have been nicer to iuve waited until hi been rotting for aereral year at the of the Xivy, like that of tb Army, per- for ami can appreciate music will ooth the thing wa finished or completed, Mr. gngrown, Lethean docla of the New form such duties aa the President aligns we convinced now that itbefore COIlld we Slaughter extend an invitation to all and STAG-G'S- . London yarde, i, being brofcen up and cirt-e- him, ami ha Eeneral "Upuiintendenco of eavaee beasl. but never perse n who comes here and an in says that every ion, niuiiment and employment conceive of a noise like this; uch away by ajunk who paid leu cwi-trtbraying behaves themselves will be welcome. Alili PICICES AX1 STYLES. than ?5C,000 for the hulk. The Florida of vtwel of war. Tbe Attorney General congruous harmony, that even the Amoiu tho-- e who have declared their iu oot the Government $1,800,000. Hhn wa reprtiilthe United State- - in matters in- of a'jickaw was icfinitely preferable to, tentiou of being present i the male and fevolving legal 'uaatlons; gives advico and being kept up at regular intervals for a a axifl veaoel, hut her raaehinery w many male ech'jol,uf Crab Orchard, fo opinion on nil q'ielions of law when re- week and yet some of theea people listened persons from Larcieter ard S.anford. powerful that he could not cirry itaI enough to run hi r acrm tho (m:.iii. .Stir quired by the President, or by tho heads to it and lived. Mesls can be had at the Hotel and horses The idea of these ignorant, fanatic crea. nerer made but one little trip. After ihi of other Executive Departments in matters can he taken care of. Bands will be presIt Is not true that the Cxar of Russia sent the Mikado of Jaran to buy Dr. Bourne's' stock of Sama-it- an for exploit oho m tietl up at the Urwklyn arising upon the administration nf their re- turesls, and it had been the custom Oil to grease the Biltlsli lion's Ire. ent and two lare bill rooms cm b) used if they inthct punishspective Departments; he ha general su- ages in Spain, tnat yard and the rotting proee benn, if necessiry. It Is not true that the Sultan ol Turkey sent the Kban of Tartary to buy his supply of spring perintendence ever United Statw Attorneys ment on themselves, they will appease an Medicines from Bourne. TtlC DCVELOI'IXU l'RKH)r..S'T It ia nl- - nnd Marshals in all the Judicial districts. angry God and attone for all their sins. ITCH curfilln 3) minutes by Wo'.fjrJ'J SaniIt is not true that the Caarlna and the Sultana rent tbe Czarowltz to buy their Cosmetics from olitlely aitonlnhing how tliin man deve- Hisealar' i $8,000. Generally three out of the crowd beat tary LMaa. This never falls' Soil bybyPenny Bourne. M. C. X MoAlliter, Druggists, Stanford; also lop. He grow to the rcrjuireninlt with themselves most unmercifully moat unmer- A D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. No! neither the old Russia nor Turkey gal can get Ibcm. Bourne wants them for tho T.lnrtaln &!tonihing rapidity and with the exacticounty ladles. A Djard of Pardon, "to relievo the Gov- cifully. Oje man broke up a beer bottle, tude reij tired H i i qual to every occa-tioSLEEPLES3 MOIIT3 uiide uilierable by that Tbe Knedlve of Egypt, thoSsgamoreof the RIoux, tho Sachem of the Choctawa, the Vliler of tfl ernor from the most embarrassing of his took a piece of tho glas3 and cut his back Hi chief edvier will have a iioe duties," ia stigce'tivr. A the Governor all over so hia whip, made from tho tough terrible cough. Shlloh't Curo la the remedy for Sultan, the Hospodar of Moldavia, nor tho Pasha with his three hoatetalls can buy Hour re's larga Mixed Palats, stationery, Ac, Ac. Ho wanta than salt by Penny A McAllster. cure at thi rate, and the friend he ha lis recently restored to liberty two of the eoip weed plant, would bring the blood at you. ForHACKING COUaU can be to quickly stockof Medicines, Fancy Articles, Eyehelpeis, THAT for bis home trade. gathered about him will have no importa- mot prominent and promising young every atroke. Another had a bow that had cured by Shlloh's Cure. Wo giurmtcj It. For He wants them lor the fair ladles and lullact gtotleuen, the sweet chlldrin and dear grandma by Ptnny A Mcallttor. ble tak given them by the President murderers in the Slate, any auggesiion that a piece of raw hide stretched acros it and ale ot our own county. Positive Cure for Piles. s Drug Stoca fWaco Ex4miner. He wants theiu for you, gntle reader, that you may find anything kept In a will relieve the people of the when the hide was fresh nltchca made in it, people of thli cjuaty we would gay that at M, L. Bourne's Ntw Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. State from the most embarasriing featuro of so when dry the edges were as sharp as a To the If the whipping-pwill oure the lur wobarulwnglTen the agency of Pr. Marchlil'a rlb'eofTne of wife beating, why not ap raisgovcrnment i worthy of consideration. mor and be would rub this instrument of ItalUt Pile Olntuieit emphatically guaranteed ply it lo other ell nV We are for the Three or four juries declared the two mur- torture acrces his back until the blood locum or money refundod Internal, External, would saturate hie pants, for this one ar- Blind, Bleeding or Itchln; Pile. Price 50 ccuta whl ping-poand want to rte it applitd derer recently pardoned, Col. L. L. No cure, no pty. Penny A McAllster, Warren, and Maj Frank Steele, of ticle constituted his entire ccstume, and a box. to rery many ollVnwH that now gn practi-call- r Druggliti. unpuoinhed because of a leek of ade-jut- to Woodford, deserving of confinement in the then he whipped himself until exhaustion Daughters, Wives and Mothers. puniahment for them. It' cheaper pnitentiary. The unprejudiced and un- alone would cause him to desist. Others We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl't a female remedy, to cure Female Dlsoas-c- i, have themselves tied so tightly to huge to thnax payerx than county jille, nnd biased portion of their respective commuAND luch as Orarlan trouble, Inflammation and nities, were pretty unanimously nf the opinthat the blood would o ze heavy crosses would etand lirgely in the wy to State' Ulceration, Falling and dlsplaceinsnt or bearing e ion that both richiv deserved hanging. Hut from their wounds, the right arm being ! prison. Clinton Democrat. down feeling, IrrrgaUrlttlea, Barrenness, Change both commanded money, nud both had in- left free so they could best scourge and of Life, Leucorrhoea, beetdea many weaknesses The Supreme Court nf Pennsylvania haa fluential relatives, some of them occupy- lanh themselves until too weak to walk and springing from tbe aboie, llko Headache, BloatA Full nud complete assortment of Furniture, embracing ev decided that unle person look lioth waya ing official positions in the State govern- even die from sheer exhaustion. Some ing, Spinal WcaknMs, Sleeplessness, KerTOUs de- erjtlilug from tho Cheapest to the Fluent Parlor Suites. JT bility, Palpitation of tba Heart, Ac. For sale by in crowing a railroad track they cm not ob- ment. Ye, give us a Pardon Hoard, n had pile of cactuj pricklea piled on their need to go to tho largo cities to make your purchases, uo 1 tain damage for injurie they may receive, alufied club, or any kind of relief from the backs and beat on it. Some walked on druggists. Prices tl and f SO per bottle- - Send can and will duplicate to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, free. what quantity or quality you ivant, an Thi givea emu-ey- ed people a decided ad- most embarrassing of our present nuisances. their knees over the mal pais rocks until For sale by Penny A McAllster, Druggist. any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight beiug added, ft lap vantage over ttoe who ctn eo atrait, and Louisville Times. half the llesh came off, presenting a most a full assortment ol Cofllns, Ca?cs. Shrouds nud Robes, embra Bueklen's Arnica Salve, in mdib nieaauro tuiiignle the a 111 'ct ton of o horrid appearance. Ono man near for Cuts, Brulsea, intx all the Now Styles, both cheap and expensive. Hare re The best Salroln the world being croiia-eye- d. PcetmaatcrGereral Vi at ha: impended Life ia full of compenand others in Lincoln county are Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Feier Sores, Tetter, opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford. Ky. Ha ten Courier. Postmaster Bailey, of Camden, N.J , because reported dead from tho lashings. sation. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin he had purchased two pianoa and about and poaltWely cure Piles, or no pay reThe most singular part to me was tbe EruptionsI Is guaranteed to glre perfest aatlsfac-tlorori good reason to believe now, Thero of merchandise and paid for them in fearful earneet facea of the participants quired. law will be however, that a whipping-po- t vyrelunled. Prlo Si cents per box. in postage stamps. The effect was to inand even some quite iuteligent looking for sale t Penny A McAllster. adopted next winter aod certain clia of crease his apparent sales of stamps, and ,n Ena to Bone Scraping, racal, for whom confinement in county consequently his sslary a practice which ones, engaging in such a barbirous worship. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SPECIAL AGENT-Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, 111., says They were all Mexicans and but fow underjail i inadequato punishment, will get the President did not regard aa good polic- stand a word of English. But the grand "Hating received so much benefit from Electric their just desert, and the expense of keepBitters, I feel It my duty to let sutTertng humanyconsuuiatlon of the service is the night ing prisoner will be greatly learned. -ity know it. Have hii a running sore on my leg Chairman Ihrnuni, of tho National DemIt was holy Friday night and lor eight ytars: my doctors toldorme that I would Owenaboro Meengcr. Surleg amputated. haro to litre the bone scraped ocratic Committee, in nn interview, says: the winding up of the week of devotion. I used. Instead, three bottles of Electric illtlera A Bultfor S5.O0O damage ha been in- "I have traveled over a great section of the The catholic church was lighted up with and seven boxes Arnica alre, and my leg li now " Electric Bitters aro sold at SO stituted by a resident of Koine, 0.. ninf t country, and Iihvo canvassed with many two dozen candles placed be.'oro the altar sound aand well rents buttle and Ilucklln's Arnica Salve at 25c a local grocer who displayed in front of people rf many varieties of opinion, and on the earthen floor nnd the same crowd per box by Penny A McAllster. Farm Wagons, Village Carts and Buck Boards ever Brought ( A Startling Discovery, hi atoro a card with the name of the prosis that the same noise or music and same exermy conclusion, impartially taken, this market, from the Cheapest to the Best, Mr. Wm. Jobnsou,ot Huron, Dak,, writes tba ecutor on it and tho word 'Meadbeat, Mr. Cleveland's Administration is giving cises aa in the day until nine o'clock at his wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis 50 38." universal satisfaction." night, when tho dovil, if he had been there for many jean and that all remedies tried save no EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYLES. The night permaneut relief, until he procured a bottle of could but have felt at borne. KOU CUltK br. King's New Discovery lor Consumption. PUEn DISTUIHUTION. nlow drizzling CnuahsaLd Colds, which had a maglial etlect ami Also a Full and Comploto Assortmont of All Kinds oi Farm and Mill was intensely dark and tho nt of uolgli' Plica aro fr(xiiilly iTKeJul lo " What cauM tho great null at ilcHolwrls produced a permanent cure. It la guaranteed to In llf lack, lain nn I lower mrt of tho kUIuihou, Drug More'" The free.ll.trlliillon of miiil' rain nhowtd that eveu thy heavens wreped curo all dlseav of tbe Tnmat, Lungs or Ilronehl-Macbinory. cuiiIdk the iwllflit to iilnHe lie lia Mine flection Iwllli' vl Dr. Ilwanko'. Ctmgli ami Lung Syrup, t li at hucIi u eacreligious procedure and nl vlTulis. Til.il IkUIoi freaat Pennv A McAlts-ter'tiUK-a- , Is the Time to Plrtco your Orders for Harrows, Corn Maulers, Corn Drills, Notv ol tliJ KliliKy or iielgliUirliiK ornain. At med popular remetly f.ir CoukIis, L'otiU, Cuii.uiuptfcn nine when Ibu liclita wero put out, so m to )toitomi of liullgMtlon aro tri'u'iit, ar a n J Ilroiicliltl ua un the nurLot. KvguUr aUe 0 Cultivators and Field Hollers, Better than Sho Expected. "aotic darkmoro psrfcctly represent the iiimmIiim of tho ttuniadi, etc. A tuoUture, IILn cnli niiJ AI.00. received, In mply I niu happy lo Your latter Iiert(ilratlcn, lirtKliu'lng n ery illMgrreable Itching, ness that ie oupposed to have occurred just I have a few Sulky 1'llV IT YUbllaULc1, tay tbatPartet' Hair Balsam did uiieti nmo for And seo My Stock and got Prices before Purchasing. arter gitlitig vtarm, l a rry romitioii ntt.ud.int. after the crucifixion, the doors were Icckcd, mo than J oil said It would or than 1 rxpectcd. that I am authorized to oloso ltlluU, lllMilliiicaii.l KiMmc I'lhMjleMntoucetsthe Tho proof of th,e ptHMIng ia uet . n chawing tlio Spring Tooth Harrows tho men commenced their beatingp, tho My lialr lia not only itoirl falling out, but tho ajMratloH uf Dr. IiowNku'a I'll It.tttwl)', which act atrtag, hut lit having uiiopiHrtiiiilty to try tho out at less than cost. rattling, tho ttioarjiug, howling, bald spots aro all covered and all my hair has directly Nwn tbe JlclhiUtts & MvitHn DrngglsU, chains rH nnaetwl, aUotUm; the grew n thicker and ware lively than It was before Tumor., allaying Ike IntaHM ttcliliianU afiactUa; u lure i free trial bottle of Dr. ntanko' iVuglmnd dhrieking mass, going through their regu" Thank you again and They are Yorth the Money asked for Them for Oultivating oiw oiop of corn. lurwaaeiit oxre. I'rlce tC mt. AtMraai the IT. I.unf S rip far eack ami every rnevihe Is afllicletl lar work, with tho lightning fhshing into my slclaio's a year tgo agtlu." Uxtract trom letters of Mr. U. W. T., ' by JUi:b-rtalltMMlM MetIMM 0,, ri'jua, OLI-with Cawgiw, CoMir, AtlhiMa, CaMiimptloti or an) jr.U w --, the windows, ever and auon ahowicr; tho WestSMatreet, Kew York. Stags' LaugAltastlw. THE PENITENTES. WESEMQm&&8. m 0 H com-tnirsi'- 1 ii iui Q to ithi-nw- H H e o R e INSURANCE! J. FIRE INSURANCE. g PHILIPS, ho, 1 lS-l- 00 lil IUSIESE but-lili- i, ud Et. READY FOR THE WALL! M'ROBEETS & d ic Things that are True and Things that are not True. g first-clas- wt Lov-Ing.- ul, rf IT IJitfD2RTAK:E.R, Iealei' in U'tii'iiitm.-I matter Albu-queiqu- $1,-wor- th G. D. WEAREN, The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, 1I1!. s s. & ooso. u. jsAijrv. - "fW I mmw IIexry Clay's murderer mu i hi ' C aud supper, which was well attended and OANIflLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. gels a verdict was an enjoyable afliir throughout. Sevof but two years in the penitentiary. It The Catholics and Episcopalians will eral young gentlemen were masked, but no should have been death or nothing. Hueach erect a church at Junction city soon. characters in particular were represented. April 28, 1885 man life is far cheaper than a horse's, for Monday was Quarterly Court. On tho Tho ladies of tho College Society spread a Ky I navercctlvcd and itlll receiving Btuford the thief who tikes one usually gets the docket was eight petition cases and seven templing array of ices and other refreshfull term stated in the law. summonses. ments which were generally partaken of in W. P. WALTON. Mr. J. II. Engleman's mare Madam a way that would indicate they were very NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Comprising the tost In the market, which will t Herr, on 8unday dropped a fine filly by nice indeed. The supper netted the SociePike county has let a contract for a Gen. Crock, a famous Canada "crack," writeB to his paper ty about $15. Gotton Up in Stylo find Mnlfo Second to Nono m City or Country. Editor F. M. Gheen S9.000 jail. SmithA Anderson are adding another) Mrs. R. E. McRoberls has returned the Richroaod Iicgitttr, from New Orlan, of the story to their mill in the east end of J town Isaac W. England, publisher Glvo Me n Trlul. from a month's visit to her parents at of the way the drawing of the Louisiana New York Sun, is dead. They a rp also titling it up with new and "The lotMr. Killia Brown, of London, lattery are operated and add: Gen. Grant only fell cfl from 1C2 to improved machinery and will bo able when was down to see his sister, Miss Kate, last tery i entiiely itra!(:ht and nolody here U'2 lbs. by his sickness. they resume business to turn out 75 bar- week. Miss Elizn Lusk was homo from ever questions iln fairxur, but the odd Clara Belle says the bustlo is to be rels daily of the best patent flour. TUB NEW ClItOUltttY AXI JIAKD'.V Alti; 1I017S1 OX' There Danvillo Sunday. Miss Kato Burdstt, of sgairtt a ticket Lolder aie fearful. larger than ever this season. Mr. B. F. Perkins, of Bryantavllle, Lower Garrard, ia visiting relative) and (hour and tickets put into are one hundred Gen.Middletcn defeated Bell's rebels purchased the residence of J. S. Linnevi friends in town. Mr. aud Mrs. Woodford the largo wheel and tho lottery company Friday, killing 12 and wounding 47. Ho also O. Dunlap, of Nicholasvillo, are visiting on Cemetery street for $1,905. retain all that are untold. Tbero are lew Eleven men were buried in their cab- boucht from Mr. Linney, as assignee, of Mrs. W. i. Lnndram. Mesrs. Geo. II. thin two thousand prlzifi only eight or ins near Leadvillc, Col , by a snow slide. his brother, E B. Linncr, the stock of Hockerand Joe S. Wright, of Parks!!!, Tho which amount to anything ten of James Q Chenowith, of Texas, has were visiting relatives here Monday. Tho rtceipts for tho tcbenic and tLe profits are been appointed First Auditor of the Treas groceries, recently owned by the latter. Mr. Jno. C. Yeiser, of Junction City, bojs who oomposed tho fidiing pirty to company ury. enormous. It is run by a stock Wauia kt dly hik to tke fact that th.j bar jul rtluraot from tt Milti with a tarvs coupling Williamsburg, returned homo Saturday. fr ih asd wsll Mltrttd Mock of CHOli It All the lasters and shoemakers in has obtained a patent on his car the president of which i required every only 25 They report plenty of sport nnd Iota of year to pay to Cily Charity Hospital forty Cincinnati, 1.SC0 in number, aro on a attachment and at an expense of ' cents. Several tcBts havo already been fish. i S300,- - strike. thonsard dollar. Up ret inctnio Its a raw,gusiy day when tho LancasYou can go to tho New Orleans Ex- made at different places and in each case 000 yearly; gasrtat. Oik aim imiUImi position and return now for $10 from Lou- the invention has secured the endorsement ter small boy doesn't find some way of IaeallwTarisly,.UlBlrln.u)ltyMtMUffylattw tal daily at nil Ua to uftfily tittj waat U vur lis. Jcloe Milson J. DiJUiAM ia Clevc-Isn- d isville. amusing himself and at thewime time make of master mechanics. proving the ucod tenee of President meeting of resident it profitable. Ills litest devioe is a good President Cleveland refuses to pardon An informal in making him First Comptroller of Gen. Swaim, convicted and sentenced by Alumni, of Centre College was held at the one and worth mentioning. A ciga:-bo- x, CoBtitlief thetJIanJinlllrsaaiolKarcpsaihl Aamfca. (hir ) )! TreaBury. Several of his decisions have ,( OmUim ftatn IdoIuJm offico of Dr. L. S. McMurtry Thursday with a hole in one end large enough to adcourt martial. theju141reeJt.rtf4 "Orsat WmIotb .ad .ny olb nm.ll,- (Hr CMm, (Um already teen received with praise by the A New Orleans hiiEband killed his evening to arrange for the reunion of mit the passage of a marble, is scoured and anil QuMwwire Meek cimt-- ti In rrt of XaMt, Tea aaj Coautr u khlr cut people and his eflort to 'reduce his office wife and her lover as they lay sleeping in graduates and students to bo held hero in In tlioyefIlfMKUliiAinBalliirkliMt Hour, lb i)timol DIihxk then tho boy eoes out tunning for suckers. tndctcil. all irllx Our force to the esict requirements of the du- each other's arms. (. M." June next. Distinguished graaduaten of You give him one marble for three shots at liratttl Talent arrayed Klour, urlTillcd fornkn.l H'lry, while Hire and llomUr.owr own ntrl-oll- c prcdutts, faithful adjunct. All ties expected of them will meet with furferalga John B. Thompson sold 0,700 barrels the collego through Kentucky and else- the holo and in case you should bo fortu are lire. Tin, htone, Woodro and Wlllowwsre, IU Jflk.dM It, .Hiatloor and lmMtlr eiHifwilen. l '.v trie Ui.ij-- , rjr. C'aant.1 MmU and KiulU ther commendation. He has just reduced of whisky to "W. H. Thomas & Co., at 50 where are taking such steps as to make the nate enough to shoot in the box he generBthlawmpletcllneofClgiriandTotoccoi Well, thiili only a bint ef wkat we bare lklletlng the nine divisions of his department to cents and the tax. we ran wake It to your Inlfrwt, we confidently auk an rumination of enrgw.li and ously gives you two marbles as a prize. He that occasion one of unusual interest. jour patron- five and ditcbarged the superfluous force ltwpftluny, Thirty-ondead bodies have been Mr1. E. H. Fox, photographer of this finds plenty of custom mostly from persons TAM.oit nilOTllKll S. according, thereby saving many thousands from the ruics cccesicncd by the place, has received an order from the large enough to know better, and comes of dollars to the Treasury annually. His fire at Yicksburg. "Century Magazine" proprietors, of New out ahead by a big majority as the luge friends 'in Ibis district always proud of Columbus Moffett was hung at Little York for extensive views of the Perryville sacks of marbtci tbey all carry testify to. him, are more than ever impressed with Rock, Ark., Friday for murder committed battlo grounds to illustrate an article on For Coal or RELIGIOUS. bis honesty and capability. the battle ot Perryville, soon to he pubr at the early age of 17. Dr. E, O Guerrant commences a proThe L & N. railroad lost $10,000 by lished in the Century. Mr. Fox will begin Thlt IUngoli Extra Hcary and ) He. Himjy Waitieecu paid his first made of the r tt Juulala Charthe burning of their Dry House at Louis- taking the views the first of this week. Saturday and in tracted meeting at Frankfort next Friday. coal Iron. 11m f Ixnt lep and Iruit, call on the Trestdtnt rait More than one hundred Biptist minis with Hutlre Wrought Irtn llody and Mr. L. G. Reed fell dead in a clover to lie qtusticn of how he liked him, ville Thursday night. Otni. Warming OTfu cxtenda unJt r Col.F. M.Lowe, a former Legislator field at his home in this caunty north-eas- t ters are arranging to go from Louisville entire Icnirth nf IUn;e. Auioiut'o he replied. "Very much indeed. Oar of of town, Sunday evening about four and Kentucky to the Southern Baptist Con- (Jten bhflf. Sectional Klre Urlnica talk was frank, cordial and friendly. He from Pendleton and a brother-in-laand Cut Onteri. Nickel onue U' knot and binge plni. Adjuitalle o'clock. Supposed cause heart disease, al- vention at Augusta. ana cocfctiniiois man, ana Gen. John S. Williams, is dead. isantccesi BVBBSp LLLR Uln ihtlf and all improveIt is said that Keiley, appointed Min- though he was thought to be in good health. The Methodist Church Exlension ments. to do right by his party, and give to Beans Can the jcople a gocd end hentst government, ister to Rome, will resign, and be appoint Mr. Reed came here from Garrard county Board voted funds to build a church in hot andU arranged with Healer for cold watrr Water lox or Heater extra. about two years ago and was about 14 years Breathitt county, Ky. The application safe and economical ed to Russia, in place of Lawton. administered upen The United States marines entered old. He leaves a family. Funeral this stated that Moodly Breathitt has no Henry baa been a " M business principles." IK T church of any kind and has never had little backward in favoring the President Panama, 500 strong, and all the American (Monday) evenirg at 3 o'clock. H. HIGGINS, A Frenchman in Danville having a Rev. II Allen Tupper lnpitred eieht with his presence, but we will wager that property was occupied without resistance. In a circus riot in Paris the police bow and pigs that he wished to dispore of persons last night at the Broadway Baptist SPECIAL AOI.NT, if he wants anything "He'll get thar, Eli.' were forced by the mob to eat roasted tiger. has put up in front of his residence on 3J church, and received three others in the The Eiizabethtown Xcvs is treading on Many of the officers were made sick by the street a board on which is the following an- morniog. Eighty have been baptized in Stanford, - Kcntitclf 3dangerous ground when it refers to the enforced diet. nouncement: "PIGS AND SOUn FOR this church during the last two months. lack of influence of Col. Sneers and his of Buchanan SALE." The little "r" and all the letters C-- J. Grundy, the county-sea- t paper and says that the effort to boost him county, Va., was almost entirely destroyed are as given above which indicates that the Eld. C. C. Cline's lectures are drawing into prominence ts enough to make a dog by fire. The court-hou- se and county rec- - wo uld-b- e r large audiences at the Christain church. is like another Frenchlaugh. For less treasonable language the cords were burned. man spoken of by Artemus Ward, "a little His singing is very fine but would be ir- urt--.-:- n. x-- u.iu Interior Journal was stricken from its JU A.aill IVUUIJ, 11CH& shaky" in his English. proyed by an organ accompaniment, which V iUOt excharge list, but perhaps brother Dave Cray's wile remonstrated witn turn "Little lb Peep" was presented at the he refuses to allow. He holds forth at 3 growing tired of the stale news and for playing cards, when he beat ber to Opera House Friday night to a large and and 7.30 r. M. miserable rot that daily appears in the death with a tobacco stick. IlKALlat lit- appreciative audience by a company of LAND. STOCK AND CROP Post, is trying to get rid of a nuisince, The other day while the thermometer amateurs made up of young people in and that it can bear no longer with christian was registering 92 in the shade at "White Drugs, Books, Stationery and ( Milk cows for sale. Jos. Ballou. '2 about Danville. The gross receipts reachfortitude. o. Fancy Articles. River, Vermont, a snow thit reached 20 ed nearly $100 and will be u?d for the A Shelby min sold a vtalnut tre fcr Watch Rua-u- i and Ea?land gt to wa inchei in depth was raging at Dearer, Col. j. Should ..(. benefit of the Episcopal church. Mis mot. Physicians' prescriptions accurately cotspoanded The Stephens Brothers bought 10 head Mary Anderson is on her way to Amer Mary McGnrty had general charge of it will involve France, Germany, Italy, Also Austria and Turkey and pombly Spain ica after charming the Eagli'h with her everything and it was through her efforts of cUlle from Mr. Cloyd at 5 cents. f Mrs. Fannie Dunn sold her gray bugand the Netherlands. It will be the wonderful power. During ber last perform that the entertainment was so sucre'sful. Mifefisesfi History, with the largest armier, ance she was called before Ihe.curlai'n elevgy mare to John M. McKoberts, Sr., fcr Miss Mary McRoberls acd Mrs. Anna The Largest 8tock of Watohos, Olooks, $125 the most wide spread battle fields, the en times. D. Moore ara in New Orleans to remain X. T. Hughes is authorized to erga;e Jewelry and Silverware most destructive engineer' and the meet The dynamiters have been at work about ten davs. Miss Hattie Hodces, of appalling slaughter. It will entirely again in London, an explosion occurred in Lexington, who has been visiting Miss the new clip of wool at highest market Kver lxtkt to this market I'rlct tbsn Watches, Clocks and Jewelry K- tthe the paliticil geography of Earops, the navy department building. One officer Lily Messick, went to Stanford Wednes price. See him before seling. paired on shoit net leu and Warranted, "V. Bales bought 300, '200 pound J. eliminating several smaller nation). was wounded; but little damage was done day to spend a few days with her aunt, hogs in Madisou this week at $1 to $1.10 to the building. Mrs. Joe Hoc ker. Rev. E. M. Green and Tnn loai oi our memorandum caused us Kfguter. The population of Afghanistan is esti- family have returned from Georgia, where to fail to mention the death of Mr. John J. Whit Potter bought of Virgil and of the Danville pike toll mated at 4,000,000 and '!3,000,000 of peo they were called by the death of Mrs. Charles Garvin, one Hughes, keeper d of 1,125-lb- . t ple, armed in the holy cause of liberty, Green's mother. cate, which occurred last "Wednesday night IT- cattle, at $4. 10 per cwt. Bowling Green are (supposed to be) invincible." Harrodsburg, Miss Annie T. Davis, of He was born in Dec. of consumption. Mr. George Riddle, of Carroll county, is spending a few days with her sister, Times. 1813. A member of the Christian Church, Between wolves and eagles the farmthe same roof with him no Mrs. Wm. Warren. Mr. Frank Gilcher is he was an honest and upright man and it Md., has under ers in the interior of West Virginia have twenty-twunmarried daughters, at Hot Springs, Ark. The family of Mr. is said of him that he was the best and less than bwn looking thousands of dollars worth of k and Riddle's riddle is bow to get rid of his C. P. Cacil are living temporarily in town, Btraighttrt man whoever kept a toll gate sheep and other small stock for weeks past. Riddles. until their new residence in the country is A Baptist paper savs: "It costs $562 "Yesterday was the 63i annivewary of Moses Caton, sentenced to be hanged Mr. J. N. Richardson hs 03 to turn a pagan into completed. ai Epnconalian. of Gen. Grant and it wsb celebra- at Morganfield, Union county, Ky., May the birth gone to Washington to secure a patent on $21314to make a heathen a Presbyteted in becoming style in many of the large 8, has reconsidered his determination to what he and his friends thins a useful and rian, and 37 05 to convert him into a Bapcities, including Louisville, which furnish- starye himself to death, and now eats heartvaluable invention. Mr. Jas. F. Z. aimer-ma- n tist. ed more than a dozen speakers to eulogize ily of the prison food. The Farmer's Homt Journal siys that of the Advocate, went to Springfield Gov. Cameron will, within the next the achievements of the successful militaMouday. a recent trip through Southern and WestSunday evening to remain over ry commander, who made a miserable fail-ar- e fifteen days, call an extra session of the of last Mr. Union Worthington has returned from ern Kentucky couvincesit that a WUKS IN TOWN decisas President after war and its terrors Virginia Legislature to consider the Philadelphia where he has been attending year's yield i more than can be exntcted ion of the United States Supreme Court on to exist. had ceased Hugh and of the wheat crop this season. Fruit prosMessrs. medical lectures. State-de- bt pects are, howeer, very fine. question. seems a very small and low business the Albany, Ind., are of New Laxcasthii CocitT Col. Isaac Dunn "William Ferrell was run over by the George Minor, U. S Senator to run around dignified Tor to old friends. They are reports the following: About 300 cittle South-boun- d express, Friday night near here on a visit the country defending bloody murderers, the sons of the late J. L Minor, for a for on market, sold at from 1 to 1 J No mules offered, horses sold from $50 to $90. B, trat that is about the calibre of Dan) W. Chicago, on the Knoxville Branch and a tong time jailer of thn county. naa ueen to a dance ana was G. Gover mjl.I to Jno Gill 10 800 lb. catVoorbeer, ot Indiata, who is now trying to Kiuea. lie tle at $38. Horse show not well patroniz d GARRARD COUNTY OEPARTMENT. so much deserved, from returning home drunk, when he lost his keep the halter, but what were there were fine ones. Small life. Lancaster. crowd inattendiQC) the neck of Sam Ualeman, who killed the Attorney General Garland decides A well attended meeting of the TranAt the combination hnrse sal at Lex marshal of Morganfield, Ky. that the Commissioner of Agriculture has sylvania Presbytery closed Sunday evening. ington 10 head aversged $2(3 1. The highno authority to purchase and slaughter The Slate archives will be removed from prominet ministers were est price paid for a sincle lior-- o whs for About twenty-fiv- e or Alice Stoner, record 2 21 She is 12 years Also the Well-Know- n "Wheeling to Cnarltston, W. Va., on May cattle afllicted with Thomas Harrow and attendance. & Bradin old, by Slrathmore, J. Wilkins paid people having finally voted to other contagious diseases. This is a rever-s- il 1st, the Persons wishing to purchse finea Irish f record 2.231), a hay geld- for Mystery ley Sulky Plow I of a former opinion. make that city their permanent Capita). Setters (Red) can do so by applying to P. inc bv Magic. Tim tnlnl sales for three The $35,000,000 gold coin in the Charleston is a little town on the Kanawha Box I2G, Lancaster, Ky., at 510 a piece days aggregated at San Francisco ia to be taken O. river, known in tho Postoffice Department 2t. for males and S7 for females. We Want a Lady at New York. kp Kanawha C. H The Capital was there to tho sneak-thie- f entered the dining Of Intelligence to take permanent, aole agtncy for Some appropriated $100,000 for its transonce before for a few years. our coo J 1 urod In every family In thla place, Thoso Goods aro For Salo only by us andwill bo sold BUarnntocd. Can portation, but the Express companies re- room at Mr. Sam Finnell's Friday night block lurnlalied by ui without Investment. and stole all the dlshe cfl the table. The Even the members of the English Par- fuse to carry it for less than 53.25 per rofor you by permission to somo of tho boBt farmers Indispensable. J. U, Hutiso Co,, Cukogo, smoke-houswas entered also and a ham of Illinois. liament are impressed with the greatness in Lincoln County. Col. Bennett Young, Vice President of meat stolen. and tho brcadness of the views of Presi His Loss was Her Gain. "We regret grently to state that Prof. dent Cleveland, a? shown by the proposi- the Kentucky Union railroad, has submit "Well, madam," raid a fashionable physician to tion which was to have been presented to ted a proposition to Fayette county asking E. V. Zollars will resign the Presidency of a wealthy lady patient, If you don't like my pretheir bedy yesterday to submit the Russian- $100,000 in bonds, for which the road is to the Garrard Female College in June. He scription, perbapi you bad better try Parker's Tonic or soma olber quack stulT." "Vou don't -Afghan question to him for arbitra- bo built, and if ten acres of U given will riuit teaching and go to Springfield, mean It, Doctor," sho aruwered but your nJvleo tion. by Lexington, the machine shops to be lo HI., to take charge of a prominent church. may be good for all that. Simotlmcs what you AIho, IJlR .Slock or WuHlIiik and lVnlUlnK and Itlilluj; foyn, TuriiliiK PIowh, Double utiil Mimtu The marriage of Mr. Edward Muth, a call 'quack st nil Is the best and most sclcntlllc John 8. Wise, one of Mahone's little cated at that place Shovel PIoHH, iVc. asked if he would be tho reprominent young meicbant of Paris, to medicine, after all." She got a bottloot Pnrker's De Giers, the Russian diplomat, says me tooV, was Tonic and It cured ber if neuralgia arising from candidate for Governor of Vir- now that Great Britain yields on all points Miss Lizzie Tevis, of Kirksville, is announc- disordered itomach and nerves, hue told publican btr (Tuesday) at the friends and dow they all Lep doctor at homo In ginia. He replied that he wished to be which Russia deeint fjr the moment indU- - ed to taVe place let alone. His wish will be gratified. The pensaDle, all danger of war is for this year home of the parents of thu bride. Imme- the form of I'arker'a Toole. people have had quite enough of this de at Ip,h: removed. In spite of the pacific diately after the ceremony the happy couple Consumption Cured An old physician, retired from prsotlce, having Wo generate son of a rather noble sire, the assurances of tho Foreign Offices, the will leave for Paris, their future home. Old Wngono. late Henry A. Wise greatest activity prevails in the army and Esv. J. C. Rimjolph, of Danville, Rsv, bad placed In his banJs by an Kast India missionLino Bnggios, ary tho formula of a simple vetiotablo remedy for James Lapsley, of Lebmoo, and the Kev. The Anderson iSVirs pays Editor J. It navy. on The Kentucky Pnarmaceuticil Asso- Montgomery, of Dinville, filled the pulpits the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, handsome compliment and joint) Mam a Ilronchltls, Catarrh, Asthma and nil Throat and ciation for 1885 will be held at Danville. at the CuristUn, Preibyterian and Biptist Lung AUsctlons, also a posltlvo and radical euro the entire prtsi fraternity in the State in rrginghis appointment as postmaster at Wednesdy and Thursday, May 20 and 21. churches respectively Sunday morning. In for Nervous debility nnd all Meivoua Complaints, meeting will he cilled to order Wed- the afternoon a meeting of the Wouuns' affr having ten cd Its wonderful curalho lowers Danville. We are sure if the President Tho nesday at 3 o'clock r m. Members will be Foreign Mission Society was held and in In thousands of cases, hasclt It bis duly to make Itktownto bis suflerlng fellows'. Actuated by Prices Giinrnii.ceil to lie IIOTTOM on Xhcrj U.li,K. cue" him as well as we do ho would not entertained at $1.50 per day. Reduced the evening the llev. i)r. "Wishard, of Dan- this motive and a dcslro to relieve human sutler-lu.leaitate a moment to give him the place. I will eend,free of charge, to all who desire rites of travel over nil ths railway lines ville, preached to a large and deeply inIF Billy Shakespeare had lived till last have been secured. All correspondence terested audience nt the Presbyterian II, this recipe, lu German, French or English, wltb full dlrtcllons for preparing and using. Sent Friday he would have been just 321 years should be addressed to J. T. Cook, Secreta church, by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this f age. He didn't however, hut the peoThe skating rink closed Thursday paper, V. A. Noves, 119 Powers ilhtck, J'.oeho celebrated the ry, Ilarrodsburg, Ky. Kentucky pipers ple at Stratford pleoe notice. Danville Advocate, eveuag lait with a maiquerade carnival ter. N Y. of hi birth in big style. OTJJlil-aLlN- r. uuTcraary H. C. RUPLEY! NEW GOODS '"SPRING & SUMMER Hop-kinsvill- e. is. a. iR-uripi.E-'- TAYLOR BROS. BCTJSTOKrVIII3, ESTST. 4 FAMILY GROCERIES IIt." OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY .,!.. rp!,l, fl. e TIIlT LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, Wool 4 mo-Je- W. -. fr. '8B3lSl sS5:1BFir -- uj 2E3- hcg-selle- Som-mer- e, !!, ...i. Ferny ftSIttfiBf or PHARMACISTS, :vt -- !CUi great-wtrraro- JEWELERS. irX' tNg&&a3ZLi' 4) T A re-c- car-loa- o WILL PAY YOU given up to be the Best on the Market. It To Examine the Celebrated Evans Corn Planter e I pleuro-pneumon- $1,-00- 0 Furst y Con-gre- Iter-ereu- $1,-00- 0. e cnlthif 11 also handlo tho Mitchell nnd Hiokory A:Big of Carriages nnd Phnotons Always Hand. g, on-Av- tt&LXGcTEX?J? cfe 1.1 I; vW' , V flni-Sttcch- 9 1 trmm hi win u uufmiJiJs.squigCTaCTWCT.iw & Jr ol tho NKW ADVKUTlStMKSTs. li! $ntcrior$ournai April 23, 1885 aiuraiUFr, CurranV. Wanted.-Xunnelley- 5,000 -- iouml, at Bright of wool. Sunday wai the COih annivereary birth of Odd Fellowship. . Stanford, Ky., f0,0001b. A. T. Juikje Carson bound Craig Skidmore BEL0WJ0ST! ' THE CHEAP G-ROOB- R. ovei to keep the peace, especially towards Isil now olftrlog tt ami bjlow eoit tbe general Buy tho Domestic dewing Machine, the flome Germans to whom he has taken a itOCK of MERCHANDISE! Star Mint lenda them nil. For Kile by N. diilike. l.AN. LOCAL TIME C4RD. A 1'etry at tlietrMc inndon Main at , T. Hughef. 12 45 r. u. Our thanks are tendered Mrs. 5. F. II. Orrtrr Crab Orehar.l. utid will continue to do Mill train jolng North Itrwt In i 61 p, ir. houm DKATir. Mra. Oabe Hughe?, of the Tarrant for an invitation to a May Day 10 lor the next tbree wrrLi Eipresstratn" Houtli. ................... .... IIS a.m. It. it. JlItOX.lVGlI, Algnee. ' fl.. Norb neighborhood, died Friday, of ty- Ticnic of the C. O. High Sohool at Drip, 2ja.m. PROF. LNL HAWES, pingprings, next Friday. calculated on standard time. Solar phoid fever, aged 03. The above 10-- It 1 1 T. R. ioQ WALTON, -- DEALHRIN- Ime about 20 minutes fastor LOCAL NOTICES. 4' McAllMer. Qtrdcn Seed, fresh nmlgtif uine nt I'onny & McAllaterV. Watciirh nml Jewelry repaired on ahort notice nnd warranted by Tunny A JIcAlw-ter- . LANKitfnn'rf n i t f SnnJy-$cho)Ailaltulon pay you to me onr ftock of Hug-gle- n vites all the ladles of the vicinity to call For the benefit ol tbs 33 cento. l. and see her gcods on thorc days. before purchasing. Prioe and quality RUJMntecHl. Bright A Curran. A telboram from Somerset last oven-lu- g announced tho death of Ocir Hail, of The itorkhoKlrri of tho Knob Ltclc Turnplko Titr. Stanford Cjllego oommencemenl on the meet at pneumonia. He was a brother of Mrs. J. IttauCo. willMjr, ism.Stanford purpow ol1ST SATURDAY lu for th elrc'ln i Ptock of jwIr.y, Uttwt Mrtnon will be preaohod by Ite7. I. 8. A ooMri-nr1'iMlilent nml Itoaid ol Directors lor tlie rustling M. Hail and the and Itobt. G. Hail went style. Jlockfonl wtche n fpvoialty. L'en-n- y McE'roy on the Uat Hundnv in May. year. A. K. DLMSY, I'letUt-utto Somurset last night to attend the burial. A McAliMcr. The name of the pMtcilim, Mirror, in Foil cough, col!, Ac, um Coup, Hrup Winter Is certainly gone. An old genof White Pine, in i!5 and 60c battle, Pre- thin ootinty, ha been changed to Luther-helm- . tleman who wearn four overcoatu rnd a Tho nnmial mretlnz of tho stockholders of tbo " pared by Mcltobertt A HtatfK. It ii in the mldnt of tho Swim Col-- v the election pair of pantloona tied around his neck has Eunforil A Ifalli (lap Turnpike Co. forfor tbe of a 1'miilent r.'l Hoard of Director Farmers, IIbab Tjiis. Oo lo Dr. M. ony. lis Ueld lu tho Circuit IKrk't office will discarded them nil and the sign is Better L. Ilourno'n drug more and got out imcImcb lntitanfonl on the 1T SATURDAY In May. 1833, Iris published that Trexident Cleveland than the usual harbingers of spring. of Sam A. Clark' Hoc Keinwly. If you at 2 o'clock r. it. J. L. LYHN, I'reildent. are notaatirfiml after tiainu it your money wears a No. 10 oollar, ronsninenlly when A mad D30 created consternation among will be refunded. he sct hii head thcro is uo of any the young ladle at tho College yesterday dozen ordinary men trying to turn it. PfRS0NAL Tbo tlockholderiof during but it was fortunately dis- Turnplko Rotd Co. willtheManlordA Ui'ttoiiTllle bold tbolr annual meeting Marriage. Mr. Henrioh Danneuhau-se- r, patchedrece's, for the election of a I'rrsideuland hoard of Direct-C- IE.V. It W. Oako, of Txa, ia with by Marshal Xewland after three ors nt llnity'i store, Turnemlllo, on the 1ST one ofournew German cltixenn, and shots his brotber-in-laCol. W. O. Welob. and tho pretty pale acea resumed SATURDAY In May, 16 at 2 o'clock r. M. J. F, CASH, t'mldent. Mi Fannie McDcmx..), of Uojle, Mira lUbitta Mack, alto a German, were their rosiness. married at tho church at Luthcrheim, Sun-dawas the Kot of Mr. S. Tarter Stag,?. Tin: southbound passenger trains on the Mim Jknnie Morton, of SlMibyville, Knoxvllle Branch hare been loaded down The annual meeting of tbt- - ihareholders of the was hero en routo to a wedding in Madi-noF1.OWEH8 arc frequently plucked from for tho past several days with raftsmen re- TitrnttiTllle, McKinney & Cotley's Mill Turnplko the graros in Buffalo Cemetery and the turning from their voyage down the Ken- lUd Co. wilt bo beld at Jones' Store, McKinney. ou tho .'D SATURDAY la May, 1885, ut 10 A. M. Maj. John S. Cooper, of Libanon, ia directors request ua (0 say that any person tucky the purpoeot 1'resldcnt and board river on saw logs. They are a lor Directors for tbselecting year. ot ensuing at the Mf era Houie prove up otno war detected in the act will be dealt with as weather beaten looking set. CLIFION FOWLER, Fmldent. claitiu. severely ai the law will permit. Patricide. A correspondent writes as Mn. and Mns. William Ayri, of Millinery. Mrs. M. V. Tablcr will follows from Manchester: "One of the most Laulevllle, are TUitlnf? her athcr, Mr. it. llauglng Fork A Green htye an opening April 30th and 1st of May terrible affairs that ha ever happened in The iharehelUrJ of tboCo. W. GWena. will meet at Jones' ItUer Turnpike Road MtKluney, on tbe 1ST SATURDAY In Miss Nell Duncan, a beautiful little of a handitome assortment of summer mil- Clay county took place lastTueeday, Jack Store, 1S5, for the purpose ol electing a President Mir. representative of LacoaMcr, ia visiting tt linery, paterns, bonnets, hats, Ac,, to which son Clark went to hia father's house, Jo and iloard of Directors lor tho ensuing yeir d J W.OIVEN8, President. the invites the ladies of Stanford and vi- seph Clark, and asked him to pay him for Mra. It C. WarrenV. cinity to examine. logging his hogs. Seme words pissed be Mim Mollis Myers, of Me. Verncn, tween them, when the father, Jos Clark, who was the RUt of Miia Luella Kaiutey, While plowing in a field hick of Mr, drew his pistol and fired at bis son, whereTbe stockholders of the HustonTllle A Coffey's returned home ynterday. Weiley KoulV, where a regiment of solMill Turnpike Road Co. will meet at T. C. Jasper's MiraMnuccA Warner and brother, diers camed 'JO odd years sgo, Frank upon Jackson returned the fire, fatally Store on the 1ST SATURDAY In May, 1833, at 2 a President and '. u. of (Ltrtard, havebcn viritinK Mr. John McKinney plowed up a dczen or two rifle wounding his father, who died yesterday. lkunl for tbe purioie of electing year. of Directors for tho ensulne The eentiment of tbe people is with the d O. C. LYUN, rieetdent. aon, at Mr. F. M. AnslevV. cartridges In a good itate of preservation, too. Mrh. Lyma Ly.vau, of Lauiavillo the powder apparently as dry as ever. Adsknt-MindeA ipruco young beau m who ban been viaiting her mother, Mra. S. Dl'iilMi the thnndcr and rain storm Sat- from the country took one of our prettiest H. King, returned home Saturday. The stockholders d the Stanford A MllledgeTllle urday night, Mr. K B. Btaxlcy hid three little blondes to the show Siturday night Turnpike Roid Co. will tuett at McCoruiaik'a Mr. J. L. Wiiela.v, traveling on Meeting IsT SATURDAY' In May, steers killed by the light- and after the performance went to tbe 16v5, at I House. lor tbe purpDte ol electing a PresiAgent of the Motion Route, wa here fine r. v tbe ning. They were lying down under a livery stable to get his buggy, as it was dent and Hoard ol Directors lor tbe ensuing year. in the Interest of hia road. Mr. Wbelan A. W. CARPENTER, President. waa formerly on a Chicago piper and wai walnut tree which was struck and their in- raining very hard, to take her home. But stant deaths left them is if they were alive. after it was hitched he forgot all about the MAT. F. D. KIGNEY of couwe at home in our office. There was no sign of brutsea or burns on girl ami actually went home without once Is a Candidate to succeed hltnielf In tbe State SenLOCAL MATTERS. the bodies. thinking of what had become of her. For- ate, ml ject to tbe ac tlon of tb Democracy. tunately a brother of the young man, who All. kinda of plants for sale. O. J. Ntw-land- . IIOX. A. G. TAIiBOTT TrLEriiosir. Mr. C. 8. Miller tells us lives in town, realized the predicament that by next Saturday night we will hwe Is the District beauty home. This ed aofCandidate for Senator in and Garrard, composand cscorteil the little Caiey subject Sen Nunnvlley beforj you tell your telephonic connection with Hichmcnd, story beats the one told by tho end men to the Boyle, Lincoln, Democratic party. Election action ol the blue-gras- s which connected with all the first Monday In August. wool. brotbeis, and is about their absent-mindetowns. There is a prospect now of realFull stvck of spring god at S. H. izing true while the others were fiction. X.BE P. HUFFMAN. tonic good frcm our inve5ment in Shanks'. HUSTON VILLE. LINCOLN COUNTT. line if (here is no show of prcfit to tbe Si'AllKOKD. KY. 03ce South side Main citrtet, two doors above L.vndkhth'8 garden seeds In bulk at old share holders. tbe Myers Hotel, Business has been extremely dull, so A Stagg's. rure Nitrous Oxide (las administered when re We give an Interesting letter from Dr far aa the town is concerned, for two weeKs, quired. Pol'l.Ait ami ohetout shingles, sawed, Stalnaker on our firat page discriptivc of a This grows out of the fact that farmers are DK. W. B. PEIJKV, or saleny W. H. Hlrgin peculiar sect in Xew Mexico, who think prensing up to regain lcet time. J3,cujS(. Geo. II. Cooter has returned from the STANFORD, KENTUCKY. X. T. Hi'Mitt in agent for the Tennessee thev can atone for their sics by beating and scourging themselves. Dr. Slnlnaker city with preparation;) for the spring cam" Offlco on Moctster street, text door to Istr-itlOwagon, tbe best in the market. Jot nn il otiie. Office bouts roci S to 12 A. will be pleasantly remembered by the peo- paign in dry goods. Dr. Brown writes Foil Sai.iv Milk oo w and calf and year- ple of Tulaski, having been connected with cheerfully from New Orleans. He see.m it, and 1 to 5 r. m. Anesthetics administered when r. necessary. ling heifer. Apply to It. E. Barrow. to be assisting Senator B:ck to set a pious the Southern railroad during its construcFOIt SALE, A HOY at G. A. Bnodiol'- - aud a girl at tion in the capacity of physician to the example and sustain the character of KenF. D. Albright's, have been added to our lare number of hands engaged on it. He tucky. Our old friend, Jimeson, of Lsban-oa DnsiiiABi.r: dwfu.ino and btore- is hero looking young and genial as house combined. Beit butlncai location In tbo formly corresponded for this, paper from population in the last few dayr. place. A bargain csn ls had by addrealng or apPoint Burnside and his letter were always ever. Notwithstanding the repeated declara- plying atonce to T. J. C1IIIIHTEHSOX, A Binder Sewing Machine for a can of entertaining. uiQ.11.ur7 a;i tions by experts during the later winter baking powder to be given away in a few Trospects Squire CRor and Fruit days. Call and get it. Warren A Met-cal- John S. Murphy, who reports tbo condi- and spring that the fruit crop was entirely Saw destroyed, the prospect now Is, judging tion of crops in this county to tho State ami MJ.niir.n from the superabundant bloom, that the Tun!Stephens Bros, will open a butcher Commissioner o( Agriculture, tolls ua fruitage will bo too heavy to mature in On top of the Knobs, close by J. Carter's Grccery tjtore. shop under Lytic' store to day and will that after n careful examination, he finds perfection. Sunday night gave ua a close keep always en hand fat and tender xntata that the wheat crop in Lincoln will not as FOOTE ir UF.ET.Eit, Vroirlctorn. shavo for a rectifying frost but did net For all klnJsof general Lumber builders and otha general thing be worth the cutting. There of all kinds. quite make it. ers can not find a tetter market to suit themselves. are Isolated cates of promising fields as is "Good Material lor Reasonable A numiier of our citizens would liko to lho saddest scene witnessed in our Our tuotlo Rates." l'oitoffice addrcn, Ilalls Gap, Ky. for instance one of 35 acres belonging to nee tho financial statement of the affairs of town in many a year waa the removal of Denny which will give a full A.T our town published. Our Councilmen are Mr. A. K. Bennett Cloyd to the asylum at Lexington the average is very low. A A court de inquirendo lunatlco all good and honest men. but we would yield, but on Saturday. great deal of the wheat land has been re be glad to see what tbey are doing with our was held on Friday afternoon which placed Coukt-IIocs- x sown in oats, of which our informant lays Mr. C. in the hands of the sbcrifl, who tixesall the same. - - KENTUOKYi there Is 50 times more teedtd than usual guarded him during the night. In the DANVILLE, d An son of James McCor-macand which la looking well. He has never morning the patient refused to submit r i,rr..1 at sll hotl B. Game always on to t1 hatnl n,l In liitpaaon. ovstera fresh fish aud slm at Junction City climbed up on a seen the corn land In finer condition, and a restraint and made a vigorous but unavail- liar delicacies served in all styles and on short cu and falling, was run over and horribly third more corn thar. usual will be plant- ing struggle far freedom. Tne resolution notlre. Look out for tbe sign "Woodblno Restau-rant- " and call wben ycu are hungry. mutilated, death mulling in a rhort time. ed The blessomson all the fruits, app'e. and moderation of Mr. Mecefee, promptly F. 11'. .!.! SO XIItilJlEit We look for some such an accident at ttiir peacbe, pjari, cherries, plums, &;, are Danville, Ky. seconded by D. Taylor, one of tho guards, place eitTf day. very heavy and the promise ia that we prevented serious consequences and tho afcrop eve flicted young man was taken to the railroad When you wsnt good wagon, buggy shall have the heaviest Iruit known in thi section. station. The spectacle of a social, educated, mower, reaper, twine binder, land rolltr or any kind of farming implements, call The performance of the Big Barefoot gentlemanly and popular youth in the hands of Inexorable law, destined to ha enon X. T. Hughes. He is also ready to Minstrel went off' very smoothly and satisbuy your wool, don't sell until you see factorily to the audience, which seemed tombed, body and soul, life, enjoyment, ochim. Office with V. II. Higginr, corner highly delighted with the lotnl jokes of cupation, even hope itself, amid the chillsurroundings of the inon the end men and the variety aud excel-kne- e ing, Main and )pot street; ware-rooof the entire show. All the boys did sane asylum an institution fearful in its Main street. m mercy making a Mr. John S. Huoiies transplanted nt well, but C. C. Carson, He. W. B. Tenny, mission, cruel even in its T. Carson, S. M. Wilhite, Will Sever- desperate fight fjr the rights of a man ond Aro you faUintr, try Wctxa' IUiLtn Re- his new residence yesterday a portion of a Jas. m;we:i, a pure, cicun, wuuieaum j ance. J. K. Tortman hnd B. E Blacktnau the instincts of his nituro which lingered rose bush that his fither set out nt tbe old elngio-handeand hopelets, without a There were rlill, homestead sixty years ago this spring. It deserve especial mention. Vor Brain. Kervc. F'omarh, liver, Ktdnej , very funny farces in which the possibility of escape frcm his doom, a sufferLuntfS, au luequ&uxwuYifforiuiu lum n benuliful pink roc and is rather a Beveral bears The bush hao CatBHi brothers, E, C. Wnltoa, O. C. Kel- er without a crime, called forth the deepest creeper in its tendency. Headache. Fever. Atrue. Chills. B. Walton and others took part In sympathy; but no Rid could bo offered. grown to such dimensions inall these years ler, W. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. tender hands and elicit the praiseworthy manner. "Come Klse May he fall into as to be sufficient now to furnish every a most Nico to take, tmo merit, unequaled for with the Lark" was well sung by "Ken- good office of kindly hearts. Ilia caso is family in town with a branch for and Night TORPID 'LIVER,Woaknoss, tucky's great quartette," Wilhite, Waters, considered incurable. An early death will Swoato, Ncrvouo tkxual Dccltr.o. Mninrln. l.inncsH. IN"! ' t Warren and Kainey. They received a pro- probably release him. It is not likely that Dnurphits. $".) ikt Ut,. 0 Lunatic Bennett Cloyd, Jr., was tak- longed encore, but for some reaaon failed his temperament will long endure the try 1 . S. Vilu. Jersey CRr. N. J.. U. b. A. en to the Lunatic Asylum at Lexington, to respond. J. T. Carson showed much ing positior; ami he has intellectual light lasussss, Saturday In charge of Sheriff J. X. Mene-fe- e skill in a ctrnet eolo; Joe F. Waten in a enough to appreciate fully tbe horrors of ami Dr. Kd. Alcorn. Some months baritone solo and Dr. L F, HuiTman H also situation. in tho Cinninnati Ay ago he was a cornet boIo, and each waa roundly in To the "Big Barefoot Minstrels." Inui but becoming so much better, returnOne of the beat features was We wucse tames are tlgned below were present ed home and his relatives hoped tlmt he Will Severance's stump speech on "Wo- at tho "Big Barefoot Minstrels" on Saturday evewai cured. He became violent again, how- man's Righti"," which ho delivered in a ning last, and wero so delighted with tbe we very earnestly request that it here- ever, and it was thought bet to Uko him most amusing manner. Tho concluding Rnrhti-Pnih- n pjatwl at nnoarly day, to niit tbe convenience of to Lexington. piece, a burlesque on a circus, was exceedItcmnrknlilo Cures ofCntrtiTh of the thocompiuy. Respectfully, T. P. Hill, Jr., WalHI uldrr, lntlarmnatif n, Irritation of kidKev. Q. W. Bollinc, of the ingly funny from the great equestrian per- lace i:. Varnon, Geo. S. Carpenter, J. P. Kailey, Baiti8M3 neys and llladder, Btonn cr Gravel DU- eaw? 01 Uio rroswio liiani, j'ropsirai formance to tho eflart of Iron Jawed Billy W. P. Walton, J, S. Hockcr W. M. Bright. John colored Baptist churcb, washed the sirs otttlxi- s llin!3. Fi?mal Dlscnf 1. W. Rout, W. B. Mcltobers, M.Peyton, W. U. ot tho Genito- enco of Urine, all DIsc.-iwfrpm 23 persona in Logan'd Creek, Sunday (Walton), who lifted a 10 gallon barrel of N. B. Klmore, W. 11. Brady, W. II. Miller, 1 si Vntmry urjanj in timeree afternoon, bout an equhl number of men water(?) by hia teeth. A. T. Nttnnelley and P. M. McRoberts. II. C Bright, U. J. Mcltoterts. hnll)i7 or ITnnnHirnl DUcharces UHO Injection Hoiu-,-' oach$l. Bright, Jr., and many others alto "t'hatiin's and women. While in the water, the rev- D. K. Carpenter made good interlocutors M. U Richards, John ror Mi'iiu.i't, eiiiicr ccmrwirii ur lierwlllary taint, uso unnpin'a erend gentleman gave some reasons for the circus and stage managers and the whole Gkntlkmen: Flattered by your appreciation of Ultt1.rKv1-.1n- . St 00 TUT little, ar.ll The our humble ellurtt, wo may possibly aecrt your faith that was in him and hooted at the entertainment was heartily enjiyed. Clwpin's Syphilitic 1111s. $2 00; and Cha-Svplillltlo kind Invitation to repeat tho performance of SatSi (X. 0 Iwttles nln'8 r iJe that John would have taken Jesus proceeds, about $100, will go towards the urday nlgbt, the time to lo stated as ioou ni sb on Fvnip. 2 of 111I, 1 of the tine gold trnj silver horns Stfl i). rr nt ini ir'it. nf down in the Jordon Blmply to sprinkle a payment through Tuts I.stsbios. e tv. :r.t . U. S. A. e s. Wi Lw. ji of tbe baud. I.i.k P. JiviTUAN, General Manager. little water on him. sBVBWMMasVHsBl Iluv your rohool iwoka froui Pnny A Accoinrilihel Uumorotti atnl Primitle CuiuiAN are building a ware-rooMrs Moody Hardin ha fired next Tholiter, will give one ot Ills Inimitable lintcr- -Re- neroM the St. ApsiiIi In the rear of Friday and Saturday, May lit rnd 2d, for lalnmentj at tbe 1'aKauYTKRUN Ciilucii, their store, 30xS0 feel. her millinery opening and cordially in- Monday Night, May 4tb, 1835, liitioitTit m It will m r ' fflBfcrjft JamtwrC 'ITiarnpike Selection. . . ly.-- -! riiigTilr - fSMmmmm ..'.' !fcl TEirjipiku JtZluiition. gs ... Fsbi ..VI Jf P IRiB ' i H -- Ui-- QFEinipikc And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You Elctioi. May Call For. eti'u-lr.gye- ar w, IN ADDITION TO OROCEME3 AND PEOVI JlOSS, HE KEEPo 16-t- d y. Vurnxikc Klcction. Tin-- , Glass- 18-l- d m - - and Queensware, To bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, . Turnpike JBlection. Kl-t- Turnpike Election. lC-t- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. ii d. Tcinapike Election. td Pan-en-ge- r 1,200-poun- A Good Corn Drill For Sale at a Great Bargain. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. 1 e3UHGON D13NTIHT, XoilUt. R 1151-ly- I-iadies PRIVATELY. -- and GIild.pen?s n, f. "St. Mary's Mills" taiid. 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 & Hoyt made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. . Masonlieimer's Restaurant eight-year-ol- k, Xi! blood-curdlin- g d DYSPEPSIA, forS-s.00.n- We Have Received Our Spring Goods In French Curacoa and Kangaroo Kids in the New Flexible Sole that is now the most popular Shoe in the world for solid comfort. Come while sizes are com plete. ' psrlorm-aneoth- dnogUtiiiapyO at vr 1. ii His-gin- s, s r 1 b-- c 1 Jol-bna- l. BKUCE & M'EOBEEfS V PANAMA'S t'OW PEDRO WITH .A Tench tlJUMLM 'ItVI HI IMWMMWW J MM n W liEBELI,IO KEROSENE. PnESTAN FIRED COLON Xxtatcnco Only I.llieno ot llltn In Career n Drwrrllipil by a Corroapondcnt AVlio Knou Him. Omul. Tlio Cttlrrn III Intor-Occiin- lr Special Correepondenep i 14. The American navy iliorent Colon, a? wo call it at Asiiin-vaIat you call it in the states. A great event that in Uuiloil State hlitory. No sent to n for- -' .American aoliltor hove tiffti country before sine 184H. To be sure jour nnvy does not make inu?h of a show in One itroke of ilia iiniioaing harbor of Colon the HritMi Hon' inw would wipe it out. One uunll wigsloof hU tail would sink it. Still we nre glad to soo it, what there i of it. IVe renwinlier the treaty of IMS between the Unlteal States nnd New Granada. "What was then New Grenada is now a part of the United States of Colombia, but that treaty U still in lore. It won ntado with a view to the eonttruction by citizens of your United State of the railroad ncroaa the lthmu. TliU railway extendi from Colon on tho Atlantic side of the Isthmus to Panama on the Tactile. The railway is 47 mil"? long. It was 03ied in ISM. P Colon is 2,000 miles by steamer from New York. New Granada, now belonging to tho United States of Colombia, made concewions of land and right of way across the neck of land from Colon to Panama. Iu return for THE SrECK OF WAIt tills the United States the great and only united States bound itsolf to certain obliNow, wliat is the trouble all about I the gation on its part. Among them the main reader will ak. Briefly, then, it is a sort of t. enoivns UiU: insurrection in a Revolutions nre "The United States guarantee oitively "common us earthquakes," somebody reand ofllcaciously to New Granada the perfect marks, Iu the countries bordering on the neutrality of the lxfi.re mentioned isthmus, isthmus. Not even the people living iu the with the view that tlw free transit from tho countries can keep up ith the geography of otto to the other sen may not be interrupted tho iwlitical changes hereabouts. The United oi mbarnuMd in any future tim? while this States of Colombia, composed of New Grati-ndtreaty exist, and in ooneequetioe tlie United Venezuela, Panama mid vni ious ssivdl State also guarauteoi iu th saaio manner states has n tough time keeping down IU rethe righto ot sovereignty ami projiertv w liich bellious subjects. Now thre is a little revoNew GiTUiaila has and ikhjosuoj over the auk lution here and now one there. The most territory." agreeable feature about them is that tliey do not amount to any more than a small picnic. Thero is not much more gore epilt than m a duel between French editors. v . CT tUff.Some months ago a number of poacoful citiaensof the state of Bolivar thought to have a little amubcmont by inaugurating a small revolution. The stnto of Panama, . Colon, April I, bn political career by killing In tho city of Colon machine aro qulto too utterly a picoful, honest citizen by tho nanio of promisee that the Cus'Ksles. bad. the contractor After that ho murdered two ni'itl aboil be miihd by lSsti. It is con- moro pollticnl opponents. Ho ha never structed M the sea level, nnxl so will need no been punished for his acts of atrocity. As n Vk.i through thi interior. shrewd politician he bus always tried to join olutnclo to tho rapid ac- tliOKo leaders that governed tho Isthmus, who A coniid-rnli- lo complishment of tho work on tho canal is iu their turn were very glad to ue lYetau's the unlieaUhlnc of tho climate. The routes iniluenco among bandits in order to iaie of Iralh canal and railway nro strewn with themselves to jwwor. During the last Tho canal two months Prestau has been working the graves of thoir builders. company, however, do all in their power for actively to aid Airpuru In his revohe health and comfort of tho laborers. lution, with the. object of forming n Hospitals for tho fcick havo been erected both government of black poople nloue. Tho at Panama and Colon. It is in Panama that most prominent followers of Aiipuru and the canal company has its headquarters. IVestan are Ardilla, Dubarry, Clement, Tyada, Kspriella, Ambulo, Quinzada, Men-dozOne-ha- lt and Gen. Alfaro (Ecuadorian). of theso cople are nogrxos, the othors The money ral.'ed for this are revolution on the isthmus was lurntshed by three business firms of Panama. It is mi fnet that Prestau nnd his meii set tiro to Colon because the captain of tlio steamer Colon refused to deliver the llrearmi whkh ho (Prestau) had ordered from New York. Ho nlM) bociimo infuriated bocaute be was defeated by tho Colombian guard, under command of Col. Ulloa. It was rrally for the Americans who wete imprisoned that the Colombian guards came into Colon, for thoy would have been wltot by Prostan. Nothiug at all is a yet known of lVestnn's wherealmtits, although $ri,000 have " -licon olleml fcr Ids bead. Some supposo v. that he U hi Porto Bello with hU THE HOMES OF THE WORKMEN. coiiipaiiion, others are of tlie ophikai that ha The houses for the use of the workmen ex- is bidden in some town lietweeu Colon and tend in an almost continuous line along the Panama. He leaves behind him the darkest soctioiw of tho canal in course of construcand most atrocious crltm ieOinled in tho tion. They nro temporary allnirs, and con- h story of mankind. Tlioumirdf of 'wnple, stat of every conceivable design of shntity, d(titutii(l in abotutr mtsen and hunger, from the wooden houses shown in tho forejck! ground of the illustration, the domiciles of areri.'tu.iM nvstan's AsmwioCoMUv. bosses, down to the poorest hut. made the from the boughs and branches of tree. An AuifrleHii Ilmi'ily. a, half-breedfor-tuna- to ggy, S&. Mxrclcbrated sndjlo horse breeder, On Time, will make llioaensou of 1833 at mjr atnlilrs near tho Knob Lick pike, 4 mites from Shelby City, at -- .YE WIMi 8TAND OUH- - 'JEXlSnEJ . au5Jk.OI-S- ! ON TIME! At our 'reiulies! lull fiom TurneraTllle at ftS to I mum m Uvlng colt. 11. Im Ml. ), .Vj V. UOVRll, Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her hour easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia J. GILT EDGE! This fins young raddlottalllnn I haTc concluded a lliultad mimb:ul mare alllielow to pilio of $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning timo Iuto On Tim Is a lnutlful lur, 16J bands. hUli, i oraaiiT 3DOXjXj-A.3?i- s wllli well proportioned form and iiiukIpi. He was lie by Waiblnglon Which money I will expend on ti la education after blonewall Jsckson: tired UcDtuaiL; dam Fancy by iwtliaiur. tbo aeasoa liorer by iilaclog hlui In tlio lumliof I will a'.ao aland at tho Mine place tlie wtll known some good taddlo hore nun, oidr to tteady Mm Jack, la hligaltf, fur he bat tlinu naturally. I nxpfct to exhibit Idra at tbe l'alra. (HU Rdg la i rar OJLD old this rirtng, daik lur or brown. l5i bauJ high and a fariect wodel In toria. It wat elretl And two young Jacks, by oaq af the notl obi Denmark famllr, Time; Thompson. llubble'i On known latdaa by oneof tbearandeat unximicKs 111 any country, Cabrjle'i Old h(irr rte.-lianiti, tboilaaeflhc old jack, tun I.nlrKUiti.a borw that 1i.ai taken more rriiiliiiH Plilllilt ilrltkslt IS hands. OM Hit, k Hawk slid I'lul than and gut uire goo,l hoieea limit any known on tbe Mine hnre: any hAmamau will lell)ouM, thrretira we aland l(ilO anJ ltaudrlck at anoulu not in ino airains m inaae iwu lawiiiaw terinaasthelKK. Licnhekton all colts lor lhi ja)nint ol the lundonn. HI 1 dam waa by raullncia Young Warns traittd or rfiuored btore toillna AiuarK. 1'iitle Peter Oenlrr aarahe waa lha beat innm. ai,,l in Boile county. Third time makes thtieasondua and iuiutl' Jialil All breeder that care and attention ltlrca to pruwota tuccaai and dam by Tarloi' Miawangar. ! liable for am ar.omiii'Hlata iut patiooa, any areldenla. hitVI UVllllt.i:. Balm. lr ni.vcii: HAWK, and LU uilIiicUruNN ICoiitc.' Shorteit and Quiokeit Route from Oon tral Kentnolty to oil Points Nortb, Eait, Woit nnd Southwest. Ifaat Llna Iletwren ?. er - laKXIXGTO.V Hcbclule In " i V KCe CIXCIaVNalTI t Oct. p- li' 13. - ISII. STEVE WALKER! fW ' Mambrino King, of MS at I Jr. Tlila fln young Jack will alio make the aaaaon of ISM at tur atai'le, one mile from btanford oi the lliutauTillrptke.at :.:::- :sjjjj, t - tc-t- n : t r sj g" I mt tlable, I Miles WHlmaka th anon from Crab Orchard, on tlie Crab Orchard and Lancaster tuiaplka, at Or Jl tmb 9AfoN. han.l blk. Jtt hlack, MaiulrlBO King, Jr., it lrd br Ir. J raariold, ptrtott la lorm and wan lu ahow Mawhrlno Rlar, ,ln o w. Mambrlno Kln lUe worl.l'. trJ Uf Pausan, full brviher to l.ady '1'bvfN. 8:1a. and Tate beu, bjr Mambrloc all, vthcUlralrd hoiaelhatJ. B Clay brouabt from Jew"iak. 1 88 to Iusuro a Llvinu Colt. la a hen-luck- y. 12.50 to Xii.surc IiirliiK Coll, .. fia irt hc brown with white jolnti. 15 hands high, jeara old and aa'd by good Jack our id the fitut tmned Jacka In men tolw Ilia action Ilk a bond, quick and litre. If you lni l' u we will pioiula Hot to detain lone "i ibe .lark's atrntiat Tou . A' II I It' J'AUIllS. Hlee Walker 1 nafi mt J al eoWa I I I J f I I I ! i i .. J. Plllll ! 9 esj8 ' '! k Si"" j6r cie . , i, --- -- - ; KaftS ' '"3 I 3? J'aiu-brin- . ? arit-rla1 lo-re Mi tSSt'SK tSSDt .IbSlllSElXBVBB : i if j tea-po- JsP? 2y-C&T- MabrioCmffwarir.l bv MaMbrtao Mewaa-- Theilreoftralteriaiul r liter and morj laacv ha by Old MaMbrlno. ba hy Ip. h r.M than aay other stalMambrlna KId. Jr.'a 1ft iHm by JMrar and In ICentuckr, will Make the mill of llJ lion Wblrp; ddaia by Jlw Allan, lid Jiwll four mile wot u t.ii.i uJ. dlreiliy on the Knob 4th dam a thoroughbred mare, .tc...c. The colla I.lrk nlke. ar will - tmrmlilel Mara at iy-ttrao- d r. -- ii a w -.n ssstu :m m by Ihli yrung borao are l Car taken albl funny ed with .Va-u- t, liocet tha country can tprnlaccMfnt f.irfi-'ti- but not '! mara , rpoa. $20 (lie Season orIIO toliiHtirc. la fartlira furldi'icl a icr uiinth. Due care will betaken to prertut accident or (cap, but will not be IfcwcrlPtkv the extra Mdy low price ut iwm x a llllll ;s is a, ,i., t nil imnini, nj. -- rfS9 ATLAATc S Jfc SWPKdNS: ? No, The fin' leit'irtcl Korman atatllnn will inakfi tha tile of M. ,imn ol ' last at tha from S:.ufJ ud, Wray, at "link Coltagr, 1'jUllei CHADSPO AT 813 THK Oa f.'S ! li a jel blark with atar In fetched and twa while Met, 16 head I Inch high, noetawna and Ull, good, bony leg. , beautiful b ad and nt-- 'txeatleal iboukler, back and Mn-- la bcl, fanllle In ejmweiry; and wlU guarente Iheredwm'l ItreaiuUlon pummm! ot naallUw he a better dUpnaltlon, and an I P.digra -- Nobby rtm)etbliaald any occur. ii w flT-B-a 5sa 11 nisi V-- : . NISASOX, a, 111 . f K1 l' - A canal, wffaarn CM JRi O r f LC. I r 'w ' r A . JT- - -- - faithful to the general government, sent troops to thrash the rebels back Into tho traces. While they were gone, a negro, Tedro Preston, sulllcieutly ugly for all purposes, improved the opportunity to cook up a miniature revolution hi Panama. He was used to the business, having tried it repeatedly iu a mild way before. He had also tried his hand at murdering several ixton8. "With this negro was joined a Gen. Aispuru, who might have boon in much better business. Panama, owing to its location, midway be tween the two continents, the great highway from the Atlantic to the Pacific, tho state through which a foreign railway posses, is a roort for desperate characters i f many races and nations. There is generally here pnent a rabble which circumstances may in an hour turn into a mob. These wero th gentlemen who joined themselves to Prestau and Very tew Colombians proper aro to have been concerned in the outbreak. the nunrf ixo of colon. Preetan sent a detachment of las rng-ta- g troois. under Gen. Aiipuru, across the isthmus to capture Colon. March 8 a force of government soldiers was sent to capture it Tho insurgents wero in rowedon of I back. tho little town. They set Are to it. Being I tle)erato men in a desperate cause they sparcit Homing, ine umiou .tnuw sup oi war Galena, belonging to tbe great American navy, was present in the harbor, but it was as helpless as a baby. The robots even seized nnd imprisoned one of its otllcers who linp'wned to ba on nhore. Thoy locked up tue United htatos consul, iuen surely the American eoglo scroamed, ou w ill say. But he did not. He never opened his pipes. The negro releU snlpixxl his nose and pulled his tail, and he did not dare resent it. United States merchant vessel, tho Co-rvas also at anchor in the bay. It had in .'Jcli-ga lot of arms and ammunition. Tho insurgents captured tho ship Colon, and helped themselves to its military supplies, nnd not a finger was lifted to opposo them. Not being strong enough to tnko tho aggressive, tho Colon and the Galena took tin insult. But that was not all, Iu tho tiro that consumed the town, tho railway company's otllces wero mostly burned to tho ground. Tho stumer piers took lire nnd wero destroyed, except that belonging to the Pacillc Slail half-breed Aix-purV. n, v " MR8. JOtoEI'IilN'E JJ'UOXAIJ). MAP OF TANAltA n.II.WAV. the railway, tho route of tfcs projf-to- l FiinoU canal. Panama, on the Pacitlc side, Is upon a yrint of Isnvt running into the sea. Tho map nftowft its location. It bus 10,000 inhabitants, xikI i n much handioiiio:1 city than Colon, though it liarbor 1j not so good. howg, Lwidw THK FIIE.VCII IXTEROCEAXIC CAKAI. Tho map Bas given o sort of Iifa to Panama Cor tlio privcut, otherwiso It is a dull and dying old town. Tho map shows that the projected ranal will cross tho railway several times, so closely doos it follow its route. At the Panama end, however, thero is a divergence, the tauul extending out past tho shallows at the mouth of the Rio Grande into the deep sea. The caual is lw ng built by ,a private eomjiany. The French engineer, Do Lesseps, is ,; with his dlgglug without any protojt from tho United States or anybody ulse. In tho destruction at Colon tho canal company aoved s company. Colon was u picturesque but very dirty town of 8,000 inhabitants. It has an Immense trado In foreign fruits. Tho town was destroyed by the fire, and tho iuhabirouta left iu distress. Then it was that the United Ptntos sent Its navy down Tho marines sent by teamen. from the Brooklyn navy yard number xmio TOO. Tho burning of the railway tormlntu and the steamer port interferes, of cnirw, with travel across the isthmus. By the terms of her treaty, therefore, tho United States is bound to take note of the Insurrection, even if tho property of American citizens liad not "When Prustan took Colon been destroyed. ho forced all tho merchants to hand over to him moneys amounting to a third of the property of each. anl 81C0.00O iu oiie. Joeephlns JIcDonald, irife of Joseph E. McDonald. States wnstor, was pronouitoetl by Matthew Arnold the most beautiful woman in the world. Youthful beauties are always numerous, but few, indeed, nre tlte women who can reach middle life ami enhance, of h their charms. Mrs. McDonald is one of the few whom Uto years endow with greater Untlmew, She was always a handsome woman, but never lieautiful as now, w hen gray hair Idembi tlio touch of Time with what, iu her oue, i actually tho fadeleai lsuty of giilhood. Gray hair come to her early, Init not, ao It often dee), to d'face leauty, ."tit to nlil to it. She was very gray beiore she was 45, but, like all youiiT lxiisoos, dreadel gray hair. and used every artifice to cum-ja- ! what hhe believed to be the footprlnta of tbe At last, weary' of trying to cope with such an insidious enemy, slw ceased to make any effort to hide her premature grayivw, and iu acknowktlg-in- g it found herself tin gamer. Thi loveliest form beauty can n.niine .s tbe young, fresh face crowned by silver hair. Stmngely enough, the prematurely gray are usnally favored by tle gods in the m itter of llrmnesa of flesh nnd Mftness of eompleJlon. Mrs. McDonald U no exceptiun to tbe fact. She has a face of babyish MinKithiwut ami fairness. Her liright hazel eyes, fringed with long black lashes and shaded by tbu most delicately 'wiclled ilaik eyebrows, Sfnrkle like jewels. and llnth iu conver-atio- u Iters is not an oxpresbionlew faco. In s)dte of it exquisite regularity of feature, it lacks nothing in trie animation w hirh comes from the spirit. Neither lias it purchased Immu nity from Time at tbe price of being feeling-less- . Mrs. McDonald luu known borrow as well as joy. She has kept lines out of her face, not by being insensible to tbe troubles which beset all humanity, but by cultivating n sunny spirit through otllictiou us well as joy. Born and reared in a good social position, tho atmosphere of society is us natural to her as breath. And no one over graced a xwitiou of honor more than tho doos. Her manners are the sweetest in the world, her speech tho most pleasing. Whatever art sho is mistress of takes tho form of complete Tho faculty of saying the right word In the right place is hers by instinct. Being bright anil kind, us well as beautiful, she is both entertaining an 1 pleasing In conversation. Senator McDonald i.s Iter second huibanl; sho Is hh third wlfo. They have boen married only obcut four years, und are esamplisof wedded happiness that would put to tdiiine many youthful wives aud who fancy thoy have a nionoixdy of domestic bliss. Mrs. McDonald has but cno child, a ton by her first who b nl) marriinl and lives in Washington. In dress she is nil artUt, ami in addition to her other attract ions, osst.set that indefinable quality wo call "stylo." Ni iran is more respected than McDonald, and ! If he hail been called to bo chief magUtrute ot tlie republic Uis wife would havo been tht lovelier of tho long lino of distinguished ailios that havo graced tho White House. Their home iu Indianapolis Is comfortable and hospitable rather jhan elegaut; but it holds something better than splendor, niort precious thjn any material, tuuglhlo wealth, ana tuut is uappinau, M"rs. in-tes mar-riog- tr. ( j haudi high, walalu 'f iJ ill :vth of klar I j I noaatrland action, gaotl In the aext. ' handling la tM. 1 little !. 1 11 11 lal iean wllk f'l rlt be aod large kxt. with Nebby waa aired by Uatrard Chief the .ieol Haall . .. Uaal ! tV head and neck well et on. lie w Maanbrlnalllppytsnj. Red Crook Dukci:-'- , H A Co., of if . StuubleBeld hnpottcd by (1. aMbriaa I 1 Hilt Arrl V; Uarwd ChU by 1M1. 11!.. (vrraler II. Woodford " Ctil.1. aireof Lady Thorn. 'I as Tfe will also naod at tbe aatue place our 6oe r- 1UI. m 1 Jl'i.aad aae.ral other in the 2 ; 1. yaurg Jack, Um bf Kiaak.td dam VrArtta; Milam by mmmh: ith daiuby Ul"e4. Nobby a daw a Traahy ! thorougbbrvl maie. aaldtob by Imp 11 l'artlnc with iaieball lot fall thelnaaranre In V, I., t l.ltl-il- f Coll. Koaioa li a beau all caw.. AtSlor.uii ManlMd.iCy. tlful blaca. 1' Uan.li hlgli, waa f.wled NofMbr njCE YOlWt JACK that Warrior. hl ud. hi I wr.Ulwatan.1 . i 10 'J Wni h wlllbeaenidllel I erre a fewgawl mere al tlO dim by Hm t'orf. r, r.l Jaw ftno i ly.by a SECtSi 21 tolaeure. Iht Jck will bet year add taw .thof ami HarrWrJak wl.l .oepletuber.il fully IJ band. blah. II. wa aired l'aaluie liiriiiaUwl at Ira uiialdx ran. OaWeall fee farauldeiitiabu. I J any oreur. by lhejekthatwaldl.r W. I He 1 a half ,ni . -- - barvtPoitlble . ..-&taken to California. V 8l.l0nd a l.ioo pjund Jaik ownl by Mr rj-lu- u t.iuther ottb ' XoTtu 1 u 'o.t run to CoTloaloa. I.uil ' '- - Wlnrheelec rata Uexlogt'tn daily rraaa KmoxtIM, THK CUJaBlSEll Sl'ALUON, aod 1 rain No I run via Islington and I'arla, Lot rl Wlncbalr i Parte Tratn No a li dally except betws and rarli. but U dally iron Cincinnati ta Kaoxrlll. of latS at mr etahte. waann Will eoo u.tt Mike the llufcioaiTlll on th iiuaiaaaTiu . Tblfi"cfoiulilncd alalllon will Make the l.la- Uxlnilanand Pariai Nn. ta, dall y except Hun- ..,i,h At of lsv at mj iable near shelbjr City, in arr l.xlnton It a Hi. J.r. m Part f in a an.ekinday, lea re LexlMftea -- helby City 1 Kuab Ubeetr road colu oeuiity, an the J fclnio la the N. M, dailr eiett trial ftr. ir;.rd Ha. Turaplk IkaJ, at Uct 1). C. B aald lor 1 M u trie If(a ItI pn. Tla Wlarbetter i3' 4 Ire trf I. 0. S. reaoed run So. I and Kail Urr wlnaer I Brlw rwwd . 7av,. ,y. $1,"' tlio Scawin or $20 to Insure a Liv- Sv,04 Iht Can lil-- l r. HalM Ttalaa. with ullnau WakoU curgo' ieror.1 I V , and WtnrbeHM ing CH. M br ClaHinaall and Rlchiaoad. ii J" aaand WaehlDgtor. 1. C. ! near Jewel i a Alexander'a inscription and Pdlgr.-Seco- nd Tbruaab li.lru aud Uggaa checked to aay N- J r.l""' laidam by XaMbHnu . with black wan and tall. l bamla bhwl : i leoco'a .1 Um MallleH ditinattoara,kl br a rallrue.1 WIIITTUIMKY, II U MeeaeDgei, njrle and Milan. i luclirt Hugh, with An waa W.ll. ! B. I' It. MOiWK. Koretgaer. br Imp Uleneo) W by Willie D.. (by by hewt I 1 reara nld thl ptln. Copper Uoltoin. Trar. Ineagr Ageul, .mii. Jewel, te l.y tbe Uiooui obi Abii-l..i- . daiu Betlle C, by CiinulDabaua'a Bueaard, lxlngtem. Kr net u, Ky. Cot by Imn. IMiwark. Flrat dam Vlnnle. I y McIJ..nal.l a U dmMlner-atucan-Willie U. a d.M BUrJlgBt by II. W. It'LLKH, C. W . "Mini. 3.1 Jam br llalcorn; U 4am by Welta' Crn.ada.-ri;n. !'- A leHral Manager Aldallah Olenco'a colu are a Uary ,Ht uwar. Cuiukeli: Ith damMr. Ya'uaMe I old nn and large 1'Uom merer, helh aaddie I and an.1 gal II. C unknown Mddl on of lit coll that trotted .V w a harnM. I ha Old tliaale. dan uf aoo.rard rlrcle at the rat. ol i ie, tinted prrniliiiii a Inial freia a i It up t,.g' mare. wore yarUon i.laem. Iluiiillle. Ky., wltnout any bru. M ahjwa lourlfea lliuc and Jewel h l about aa handling I alio bar. another liwrt, belaw defeated ouly tw'je. goed. Ilerelaeamildntn af that Irwillnt rae. and rnuulog.reaea Inei'eteB, Ibe I'turag will be ftirnlahed at AbdalUbf. t, eat rartlngwtth mare lorletle the iu.uram Utile training but traHled tM Hutch, ' l'd.lat retained ou all coin until aerrlc ctur A fniV track la Hoyle aoualy, Ky., which enlti louU CataalaMthau aold tw aeeond or two la H. uy it bat be would not lake JI,im lilen lecJu J. alow, Mr. 2 IVp (lxy week thawed a 500 each and he Moethi handling fur one that he ha lelt. aid I a nr.t-cI II. alw - Maitlr.eiill. . T. S. t A It aaddle horwand bla c Iti ah.ioit lnarlaWy thaw do well fhalbeCltr. by 1I.1M will nualltlei. I'erioni wlahlag to br- lielare bree-llnborte and colta to v. banda la a beeutllul brown, elwwtere. lie high. uprl'r lone and munle. Htand K.r t'le Cbampo Is a dark to Ikii'hk Cray. 17 Colt. lrl, Hlot ...,..,.1. .n.i iTun , he will prod uc rery laat horee wine croed an gro.1 mare 1 the fact thattoueof hi Tery anead-K- it colli bare nolhlaa but a elr Wallace d.M ta reconiMan.1 them. Tali ol lUcJf la ronclttalr Nobby d cM. frow th mtooI that the aaM le n . la theatre af Sobby. Jr.. reeotd 1 0. la lr, of Ohio, for 4,oug. On of hu colu Uvl-ta- d progeny. theA an evidence tht flii ' ft hM'f'i 1 , 7i, walUbap-vdabouMar- Ty sKsa; e! tstis at ftri ! Hloora-logto- n, !,. Mam-brla- a. :SOi317C3Xr I titt sittlj "IIU'U 'raevj iiii tI It ' ll, !:j ........ il,.11 ... fill is M' 1 ? Maru-mot- iwr-a-a-- ll.lim' ir.uu. ilIIIII Il'llll IldIZ ir-rii- SfiV3Kt 1? " r-- SECOND JEWEL Abdullah Glonco! !, anwiii irlailBi. a' Ix-lagtw- a f' ,'," . - .tdMk l.i" 'r 1 ryf 1 lrl . .) Caero-kee.ibyl- . i illgra Jwl, 1 bn lhl.lutal raobn . bl PINKEYE. Jal ,,,,.r ) -l Norton Hamiltonian. of IS3!. Tbli high brcl italllnn will atau I theieaaon will; at my liable near McKlnnaf. Ky.. and to crra mare at be RS the Season or $10 to Insure a LIvIiij? Colt. lieaullful bone eeap. Uaredwrrtl, tOKhanda high and J'om undo America. lie diaa much nyleaianyioraeln tbo track, ill lire was John Morgan: It In be by Imp. fcorereUn. Klrat dam SallleLewK by Oleocoe; M dam by Motto, by Iwp. llarefoot; Imp. U M dam Idy Toiapklna. by American dam Katie Ann by O'lo'. 'h. . MaldoflheOik. by Imp, i.ii u.i.inrii,.ll.L. I,r Imn Unread Mlile; 7IU Shark; Sill Jam by helion i dam Annetla. by dam IkKUngliamiOthdam by True Wb g; 10 AND PAPER HANGER. by Baylor's Gallant; Ilth dam by Ilurrcll by Imp. lilonird. wn of Wlh dam llaulUy. Norton IIaiubletonian lit dam Mary, Kreiou Celling Paper Hanging a Hpeclalty. Ordera l'romptly Attended to. nr Norton, by Old I.exiugtin. (whoee reputation (a worM.wlder.i Id dam by llambletonlan, the lire STAsroau. Ky. trolten. of a hoitof uce-lI will alio aland at tbe Mire lime and place ! A XO. 1 Deecrlptlon and I'edlgrcei-Thlj " J:on Oa-a- ri Kxpe-Iltlon- d"?.ii'.i ul JACK At SH to Insure. Graaa furnUlied at reaaonable rate., but no raspotiallillliy for "cih m .7. HAItliV.lt UIVKMS. IICt mcI-dea- n. Stallions for 1885. hlroof Emma Manlcy.Hib Tate, Klorcntlnc, Uaubt Ac, Ac, will make the loaton of 183J at my liable neir Htmiorn, ny., ST. MARTIW. AT TWENTY DOLLARS. St Martin I one ol tlieiuoit dlillngulihcd souj of Imp l'haelon, winning good racea oter good horiea at all dlatancca, and a few of liia coll on tholtirflnl88 were all aeen at tbe front. Ills son, Doubt, wasonool the brt 2.yer.oldi of the jwr. bt. Martin U the blglieat type of a ly lii. .. J Ms. O f rCDHO I'ltEsTAN' i DllEDOn." thousand men, mostly black, aro emplofixl on tha canal. Besides theiso, all maimer of lal nppliancoa are In nso. Among thm is the contrivance nbovo shown, disdainfully called by tho French "TUB AUEHIfA-e IVeutj-flv- 'r-avi- "the Aiuericau dredge." aumlwr lijtliom, 'Volowl but lmpultsaut," a the VfXtn flaixire dtclare. Unlinio'1 tlielo oaloisal but lmpulssaut Tliose mai hiiies are similar to the dredges the aiiNUippl The Frenoh lomplalu bitterly of them, duclariug them to to so jiou-i- built that they are eoiutatitly In need of Jvpnlr, and so put the work back inoio thrm they aid it. There aru a large at tlie iikki of insurrection appears to have ended in water. Pedro Prestan, tho celebrated renegade, was Iwrn in Porto Bello. His fnther was a native of Curaeon J)utch possession) and his mother from C'artl agetin. At tho ago of 14, Prestan was sent to college in Carthagena. Thero ho followed a regular couroo of studies nnd was consldorcl by hi professors to Iw a very intelligent tdudent. Very llttlo is known of him after ho left the college. It was only flvo years ngo tliot ho bogau his Wo are ablo to give a picture nnd sketch of this renegude, tho only likeness of him In existence, so far as is known. Tho Colombian forces easily disjwrsod the rebels at Colon, after a briof fight, and the Vft K with D;peiia snd Lpr-Couii'ttlnlf A. U.V Vlu!rjr Is guaranteed to uif ytu. Var tCi'is) .'ooyA McAllitcr. WlM.V0l er hand high, in lamb and combines the beat blood of Knglaml and America. By Imp. Phaeton, Aral dam Tokay, by trap. orkiblre; secfor full particular, at to Board. Ac. addreii Ingineo, Prlnoliml, ond dam Mlu Martin. 7 Oarrlfon'a Oabrle! la by Hlr MHff H. O. TRUKIIKAKT. (wnof 8lr Archy); third dam lanioru. Liiucoiu wj.i dam Calypjo, by Ilelalr, flfth dai i Arthy; fourth (dam of Contention) by Imp. Dare I evil; alxth dam BymoV Wlldalr; aotcnth dam l'lcadllls.br (lodol-nhlllatl A Mackllu's Foranaugbt: eighth dam dam by ninth dam by Imp. Hobltiobj tenth Imp. Jolly Hanger; eleTenth dam by Imp. allani twelfth dim by Tryall. Thui It la seen that his from theiamo b!ol la enriched grtat raco borae lounlaln that wai and greatcat or Uxlnglon, tho alrrt, and (Hencoe, Yorkihlr and l'haelon I hare put bt In tho lurl historic. insane. low Ugures to oblige my friemla nnd at tho a dlalanca In Posterity has never Iwen ablo to decide Hclgliboiasndiojuitlfybrooderant n few goM maroi tuko Rogers, the martyr, had nine sending to him, Iand would Hand at the lamo placo whether John wlU also on the almrei children or ten. But his gonutiio Bible, with uy combltud hone, tho names In his own luindu riting, is iu one AllD of tho booT: cased at Alfied university. It bears date of lfrU. Proprietor in Determined that And my Morman hone, Shall be Second to no Country Twelve states of tho Union havo laws reHotel in tho State in its Faro, quiring children lu schools to be taught the Appointments, or Attenphysiological effect of ulchohcl on tho human system. Other staten will proliubly soon tion to Comfort of TO IXSUIJE. enact n similar law. It is tlte best poislldf their Onenti. leed furnlahed at rcnaonablc ralo, , bu Graasand measure in tho Inlorcst ot tenipsranoe. no rcaponalbllliy for accident abould any HegKXte will be (uuteted to and from the de 15 JTI alo frtaof eiiarga. Special aecrtWDioilaUoni KCATAIir.II CCHED, health anl sweet breath IhoraugliUretlhave for Mle 17 yearling MuleiandlC t'omraerclalTrartlera. lha liar will Calvs ccured by ghlloU'a Catarrh Ilcm'cdy. 1'ilco Wc. M, li. JlAtWIUIAS, Iwaya aaaulled with the cholteit tiaufard, Ky. braadi or Mjacra and Clgara. for tale by I'lcny i. McAllitcr, ltf.tr pfoponioned, kind aa a Berlin and Naw York have about tho same population. Mrs. Georgo W. Child has tho finest collection of china in America," Francos E. Willard sayasho never said sho had a dlvino revelation' abdut woman suffrage or anything oLw. I'toiiouncn "tuUrovj' in throe syllables It is not a robo at all, but .bus. a tuLeious-ix)telily. Manual laLor m.!.ioU for colored children are declared by Thw Natloual Baptist to be tho great preoont need ot tho laco. Lieut. Judd, of tho United Stab steamer Galena, who nasfinprlmt.d and hold us u hostugo by Pedro Prestau ut Coluu, lias end MiiuH' iIcki with tho iliot gun. lie wai a Ttlmbl. animal and I did not want to ke him y Alter racking my brilnln trarch foranotner All inoreedlcailoui. I thought or Hwlfl'a Specific. I knew that It waa Inraiuable to the human imrlflcr. and why ihoulJ a not lie fcr the animal aa well' I did not Imitate, but aent laat July to Atlan.a fot a aupply. I liegan the treatment with or. of 8. 8. 8. and lox ol water lline tlinci aday. Ttla I continued forawcet. Then I Inereined the doae ti Cox. ot MTANFOIH). KY. each and continued for. week. Then I Increased to 8 ex and run It a week, when I went back to C ox again. The reault waathat at the end if the flrat week the horse had u fair appetite, which be With Full had not had alnc hit alckntu. At the end of tlio erond week eren ImproTement w appaThl Ioilltutlon will open It Fifteenth BcmIoii rent, lor many of the urtw were heallog nicely and on the lit Mmday in Heptetnber next. thehoreiuanlfeitel adealre to uoTe alul. At the end of tha third week he bf gari toibowgatn In Ilea b and had full apetlt, 'i hoi welling lid OF A ALL THH BUANCU1-Jabout diaaiioeared. I uiel In all about 13 bottle oIHwlfi'ibpeilllc. and when I (iilt ute the horte hail only THOBOUGHENGUSHCOtmSE they healed uplour imall tore Uft onIti him and Immediately. In Auguitlait all ayiuptomi of thedlteaae panel Are taught, a well at away and up to date no alga ot a return or the I rouble bare made their appearance and the bona DKAU-INMUSIC, THE IiAWaUAOEB, baa dona a mule'a work on my farm. AND PAINTINO. I regard It one of the moat remarkable curea that I hare erer known Thui thli great medlclnn haa proreti a boon to tbe animal at well at tbe race. human Augiiila.Jan.9, I HI. J L. Flemiwo, cruuiuiuwi ou oiuuu auu axin uiaeaaea. It ( In Tuition, price range froni S23 to J50 In tb niaiieu ire. Tub Bwirr brtctric Co.. regular Pcpartmeuta. l'rlciarr. J; Intermedial M'S-.Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua. H3u; l'reparatojy, tW. aaJ Collegiate, WO. rem-edW-- tl alatetntit uoi brown with mealy noao ao.l a WC 1 'rceier Larcp- - of tb treatiueot of a Ta.ua'.le Wu mil l,r the i:i. Cam nbell lai k, he br lloblnaoa BKclt!. Kail of ISsti had a aa'ualde colt taken In tun, by Imp. Mammoth. but wih the Not leanonil'iU for accident or ateTtr ca or pinkeye, which resulted in ld mare lett with in will be well caied hr on tbe moat featful caae of bloe.1 p itnlog I hare m) -- . S. VO U KM,. term After eight or nine montha of doctoring with errry remedy that I could hearol, Ideapair-c- l of a (nr. At thli tluietbe horw waa unable ta laneof awolleu limb. Ilia right hind leg woe aa larg 11 a waa' body aud had on It orer forty running i,rea. II had alio a number of larg tore on Ida lody anil othr llmba a ui pitiable looklog object and I waiadvlaedto 330T3 M'Elroy ''' Iniirc, At 10 mall rim ol JIO fm Sftixon to HNlircrl IJrllHJ Colt. I will alaoitaud or ltf..f my Jack, A Romarkablo Curo UerihaM.a Cbl .Tame of o Xlorso. lo llabMc li 1S ton. Auguata, tie., nsaknthe f.,lawog L. Ilemitig, a prominent grocery member ..f I tie fln.ir.f MemlngA Lef. - nin'. W T. .r. BOSIiEY, HOUSE PAINTER! mot' llitu Stanford Female College. a Corps of Teachers, J O TERMS MODEKATE. a. ter-Tl- et J03S ABIOAlLiliJLlI, PHIL HERIDAN, $1250 STANFORD. KIT. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, Thia Old and Woll Known Hotel Still Maintains ita High. Imputation, Iti it MYERS HOTEL, H HfOaarulMt .ol i.l M cau atrleiwa. " llfd.nl ty tt. tmott tlun, flliaa liken Hi trad thf vIm c( that tin, la at ni'if.tiii, n, I hit gireu unltiml nutfac. HXrisi Ciialal Ca. Ml'RrilY tlROSj ,1'iiia.T! tlhaiwun the Urn of tli. pulilir anil nw rank, among lh Uxlini MtJI. clncii(tholUoin. A. L. SMITH. Svl.lby DrurfcUt,. fikaai iiniiui,t, lib. rt. Men Think tliey know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to huvc. uu-ur-