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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886031201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi 0 fwetli lit!tfUt VOL. XIV. GEO. O. BARNES. VttbltnhcA Tttcutlaummil -- AT amfii il --- - 1 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1886. I'rtilaw vlll bo NO. 106. si m iuwww ltJ I iU-T.- 3 XI31l ANNUM, CAHXZ. undentoodlf wsctallt (hat 11.50 in ,1 mu uoru. n i is iiovo arm Homuou t r ing Else." -.i ex. Ictel and itcmandrd, Aoha, N W. P. India, Jan. lO.h, 18S0. Dear Inteiiiow The great Akbar the David of the Moghul Dynasty was childless. Ilia first children died In early infancy, and the dread of having no one to inherit his throne lay heavily upon his life. In this sore crisis the prayers of a holy man the hermit of Seekrec; Bulim Chlihti by name prevailed, who afterwards succeedod him under the title of the Emperor Jehanjlr, was born, near tho Bpot where the fiqlr had his cave, and where, Akbar and his Express had taken up their temporary abode, that they might breathe the holy atmosphere of his presence and enjoy the benefit of his petitions in their behslf. Thus runs the Irgsnd. In gratitude for this work nf heaven's favor, tho thankful monarch resolved todwellperma nently in so sacred a spot, and began the erection of palaces, that now furnish the remarkable ruins of Futtebpore Seekree 23 miles out of Agra. The place was finished and abandoned in less than 50 yean; and the forsaken Agra becoming once more the centre of dominion, this deserted grandeur, that yet strikes wonder into the tourist, was relegated to the "moles and bats," and speedily fell into ruin. Yet one would have thought its very elegance and cost of construction should have saved it from decadence. For here we have an enclosure within a massive, stone wall 25 feet high and 7 miles In circuit, including the two villages of Futtehpore and Seekree (whose titles combined give a name to 's capital) with a commanding rocky ridge running through the centre; on which the emperor built and from whose summit tho country for many miles on every side stretches away in picture que landscape Whether the situ proved an tinwhold some one, as some eay; or the holy man Sultan Chlthti grew weary of tho din of an bmperor a court, and ordered his imperial admirer to take himself oil as another le gend assert; or whether, as one may infer, the great ruler found that he could not govern his turbulent subjects unless he did it from the ancient capital whence they hnd been the habit of receiving orders, and that even he had not the prestige that could bid defiance to established usage. Certain it is that he returned to the capital his grandfather had won and left it no mors. Will made the trip to Futtehpore-Seca-re- e (2J miles), spent two hours inspecting the ruins, and was back in Agra by 12, noon the same day. lie was to go to Delhi that day, by rail, to make arrangements for our proposed visit there, and so had to make the trip alone. We went two days afterwards, by carriages, going and returning the same day in time for 'our eyening meeting. The road to Futtehpore Seekree la (he old imperial highway to Delhi and Lahore. Two of Akbar's Kos stones fa Kos Is two miles) yet remain. All the way was dotted with them in the olden times They are about IS feet high and look like huce pepper boxes -- very solid and eulslantial: and about 5 feet in diamster at the base slightly tapering to the lop. They were of brick with the time defying mortar ot the period, when it was worth a workman's life to put in bid matorial in a Job undertaken for a deqtot. A bloody Debt occur red, 3 miles out from Agra, on this road. during the mutiny, in which 11 were killel and 90 wounded, of the little cwrison. that could ill spare the precious lives this gal lant bat ill advised sortie cost them. A beautiful buck, nith a splendid pair of antlore, ww helping himself to a far mer s greeu crop, at one place, and nn carriage load of our party saw wild pea- towl tn the jungle near our destination. Hut both ore very oouuuon in these parts where animal life is unly huuted bv Ea- glishmen, who have too little leisure to make anything like exterminating sport ol it. In consequence, game is never scarce in India. It U only too lame and it almost amounts to murder in shooting the unsuspicious things. It U almost a case like that of tho pheasants on an English no- hitman's estate, which, in the shootiun oea- son, when he wished for a little sport, baf. tied htm by running out of cover and un. der his feet to b M, instead of Hying away in fright, like good birds to bo shot at. Tho chief objects of interest, next to Ak lur'a .turdy wall, that holds itself atoutlv in position for the greater part of the 7 miles ciicuit, are: 1. Tho tomb of Saint Sulim Cbishti. erected within the great quadrangle of a very hne mcque the grandest Akbar evtr built. The spacious enclosure Is of the ortho dox pattern -i- quare, with tank, for ablu. tion, in the centre; mosque on one side th other three, arched open courts, to shelter the worshiping faithful on Rreal gathering occaiions. Near the N. V, corner is the main object of attraction -t- he tomb nf S.i lim with its exquisite outer screens of per forated ruarblc, that, at a little distance re. semble lace so delicate is the workman. ship Next to Itmadud-Dinlah- 's tomb this Is tho finest specimen of pierced work in while uwble in India-perh- apj in the world. The tomb is coyered with a cloth only reiuoyibie on state occa-ionA cacopy CT 0' i. r n' .'Ju.tlu of pearl woi Ak-bit- W. P. WALTON. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Clay Powell noli! his pergonal property on Monday. The Wml U 1 not west with n purchaser. Jim tiooifo had a strong police force on the street Hiturdoy, but as thcj got no chance to got in their work en rioters, ho is now trying to enlist them in the Greenwood war. John P. Hughes, i , for many ycais a highly estctmetl citizen of ibis countr and Iodr a member of our county court, an upright man and an exemplary christian, was buried tn th Bandidge family ceme tery on Friday last. Mr, Geo. AlforJ. bought tho remainder 63 acre -- of (he Allen farm a( $10 Wm Dodd sold a gray (elding to Eugene Law rence for J370. The Londqatr catalogued tho nnitnal as pnrchasod from a man with "An orn hat is hear." Col. Will Carpenter has been conGned for several daja by tho prevalent malady of the reason, but wm improving when lait heard from Miss Ann HawVlno, who Is old and fetble, is also quite sick. J. W Allen, our energetic trsdsr, has gone to visit Kansas. The pleading, plaintive voice of the candidate ia huchod for a time and a tortured people heave a sigh of relief in con temptation of the idea that they trill have a brief season of comparative repose. It is cheering to be able to note that so far as known the Iste contest was conducted qui. otly and harmoniously. Our village lis haved with innrked propriety and while the crowd was very large, it was exceptionally orderly. May I take the libertr, Mr. EUtor, to express my appreciation of the unexpected Indulgence extended tn my humble claim upon the public favoi? Unskilled in the too diffident to mysteries of present my cause even to friends and fsr tco bashful to accost a stranscr, I met nt almost every point a cheering cordiality and a beaity support. I wish to express to the young men of the county, especially, the elation I experience in contemplation of the ealhuslasdo xial with which they espoused my came and fought my battle. The man whoe derlmtng diys aro bright ened by the friendly salutatipns and generous offices of the young and joyous and hopeful has not lived in vain. It is pecu llarly gratifying then, that amid the multU pllcity of claims, the ties of relationship, the clashing of conflicting interests, the exeiteatat of pitlUanship I was never forgotten. Thanks may express the sense of obligation, but language is powerless to depict the emotions excited in the sensitive soul by genuine kindness. Catholic Regulations for Lent. Dtehop McClcatey has issued the following: First-- All the faithful who have comyear arc, nnlwa pleted their twenty-fir- st legitimately dispensed, bound to observe the fast of I en I. Second Tliu aro to make but one muni a day, except on Sunday. Is Third The mral allowed on fist-dabe taken till about noon. not to Fourth At that meal, il on any day permission should be granted to eat flesh, bath fish and flesh shall not be used at tho same meal Fifth A small refreshment, commonly called a collation, la allowed In the even ing No general rule as to tho quantity of food permitted at this meal is, or cn be made, but the practice of the meat rrgular Christians is not to let It exceed tho fourth put of an ordinary meal. Hixth -- The quality of food allowed at a collation in this diocese Is bread, butter, ggs.ol.ecw, milk, fruit, salads, yeio'ablce , and cold fiih. 8evn h General usage has make it lawful to lake in the morning some warm liquid, such as tea, coffee or thin chocolate and a cracker. E gbth Necessity and custom have authorized the use of lard, instead of butter, In preparing fish, vegetables, eto. Ninth The following persons nro exempt from the obligation of fasting: You rip years of nge, tho persons under twenly-on- o sick, nursing women, thoBo who are obliged to do hard work, and all who through weakness, can not fast without prejudice to ys surmounts the saint's sarcophagus, not unlike the old fashioned, statoly "four posters" of our grand sires. The doors are of solid marble, curiously cured. Outside the central chamber where the sarcophagus lies, is a narrow oourt, around which one can walk, and admire the exquisite patterns of tho pprforaled screens that compose the outer walls of the structure. Sentences from the Koran, in bis relief, aro traced in large, graceful characters around the marble wainecotting. The whole is a well preserved gem of tseteful tomb building 2, The Moeque, itself In whrso ample court lie, not only the body of Saint Sulim, but, the remains of many other distinguish ed people, male and female, who aspired to be laid to rest near his holy bones is most interesting when we remember that Akbar aspired to be the founder of a new religion, that should supersede all others. His idea was, as I havo before mentioned, to cull from the systems of Mohammedans, of Zoroaster, of the Ilrahmlns, and of Christi anity, thoro parts that commended them selves to his judgment, and so establish an elcctic system that would suit everybody. Like all pious dreams of the sort it was an utter failure It pleased nobody. But Akbar's rejection of the rigid rules of Islam and patronization of Hinduism, were fine strokes of governmental policy btyoad a doub'; without which he never could havo consolidated his empire upon tho basis of the affection of bis subjects as he did. But a wholesale change of religion that was another matter he found. However the great man dreamed of success and built this Mosque at F. 8. as part of his plan. It la a counterpart of the "Holy Plact" at Mecca, and was to be the starting point of an "improvement" on Mecca's religion. Hut the grand fcbeme collapsed at the death of its founder. A few leading Mo hammedous and one prominent Hindoo ooi braced the new religion from politic motive, perhap.a, but Jeharjir hie son and was too Indifferent to push his successor sire's pet plan, while the fanatical Mussulmans bitterly opposed it, speedily fell through. 3. The courtyard of this noble mosque of sindstone end marble, is 433 by 3G7 feet and a remarkable feature of it, is the tow ering gateway on the Southern side the finest in India bnt a structure out of all proportion to its surroundings, which are unduly dwarfed by its overpowering mejee-t- y of sin. The fact is, It was built after the other portions of the grand motque were completed, as a .triumphal arch to commemorate a successful campaign in the Deccan or South country. It is callid the Colund Durwszi or "Lofty Gatewav," and towers to a height of 130 feet. 1 wish I could convey to my readers an impression of this splendid cbject, so perfectly preserved and so faultless in symmetry and design fCONTINUXD NEXT I330E RAND CYCLONE OF BARGAINS K 4,000 00 WOUT -- OF- DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING, Motions, &c Let Loose Upon The People At Any Price They Choose to Pay. m MM tat i -- mmm TO BE- - CONSIDERED IN THE SALE I We Have Twice as Many Goods as We Have Room For or Need at this Season of the Year, And wo intend to disposo of them and that quickly if we dont get FIFTEEN CENTS ON THE DOLLAR OF VALUE. This little romance is telegraphed from And we will shut our eves and lot our customers have thoir own way for awhile if wo do lose a Few Hundred in the wjU oa MoNDAY, MARCH 15th to operaUon Nashville: A remarkable wedding occurred at Chestnut Moutid to day. The bride was a young lady nf good family and the groom had betrayed her, The courtship -begun two years ago, and ended for a time with another instance of man's cruelty to -- To the highest bidder in- the woman he had wronged. Having won ber love and confidence, under promise of marriage he seduced her, and then openly refused to redeem his promise. To etcspe the veugeuco of her male relatives ho fled to unknowo parts and during this the un fortunntegirl became a mother. After a All of our Surplus Stock on hand, amounting to about $1,000 in value. Everything to go in the sale is of the beet Foreign and Domestic Manufacture and will go at just what the people choose to pay. Its few months of lifo the child died. subMquently repented of his sin and father obtained forgiveness of his victim by a solTho stock consists in part of Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, Calicoes, Canton Flannels, All Wool Flannels, emn promise to atone for his wrong by at full width Sheetings, Domestic Plaid Shirtings and Ginghams, an enormous stock of Colored and Bleached Tablo Also thousonce making her bis wife. This promiso Damasks, Toweling, Towels, Jeans for Men'fl and Boys5 Pante, Bed Spreads, Blankets, ComfortF, &c. he kept. As soon as arrangements could ands of yards of be made, the ceremony took place. This morning ihey repaiiel to the grave of their dead child with friends and the minister, lw 'it and, kneeling, one on each sido the grave with bauds clasped above it, they spoke the Of every description, including many Elegant Black and Fancy Colored Wool Cashmeres, Worsted Brocades, &c, &c.f all of which will bo sacrificed regardless of cost. vow which united them. The ceremony was performed by the minister, standing at the foot of the grave. A full assortment of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods of every description also must go. C"Many articles that can not bo mentioned will ba included m tho sale, making it Balk. About 500 barrels of corn For 600 locust posts, Mrs. E. 13. Jonee, and Stanford. All'$ Well that Ends Well. k SELL AJT A.TJ0TIO3ST OUR. STORES ROOMS in STAMFORD, XXEfcESSS GOODS In Every Respect the Most Attractive Sale to Cash Buyers Ever Held in this City. W fijioYM.triti'j a Na tbelr health. Teath By.dUpcuatiou lb uie of flesh matt la allowed at any tlmo on Sundays, and once a day on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, with the exception of the second and last Saturdays of Lent. Eleventh Persons dispensed from the obligations of fisting on account of tmdf r or advanced age, or hard labor, arc not bound by the ro'trlclion of using meat at one meal only, on days on which its use Is granted by dispensation. Those dispensed from the fast for other cantos, as well at (hose who are obliged to fast, are per milled to use meat only at one meal. ; A mob hung the three Archer brothers in jail at Shoals, led , for murder, to y !U!cr a wp'''1' 0' i 1111 POWDER Absolutely Pure. A uurtl of purity, TblsiMwJernsTirTartcs. More economical itrsogin and wbolesomeneai. llian Ihn ordinary kinds, and can not ba sold In comjvnlllm whli tb ruuttltuloof low test, short vt it 'invtri rtuspliaie luwilvrs Sold onl Tin . Is? the week. After Tuesday, 10th, the af. Auction Sales each day at 10 a. m. aud at 2 and 7 v. r. every day during attractive tho Ladies, upon which occasion such goods as gentlemen ternoon sales will bo mado especially are not interested in will bo sold, including not only fine Muslius, Table Damasks, Towels, &c, but an Elegant Lino of White Goods, fine Dress Goods, Hamburg and Laco Embroidery for Trimming; Laco Curtains, &c, &o. Comfortable seats will bo provided. This "Will Be a. Golden Harvest foi? Cash Customers., wo can do it as gracefully as When we decide to lose a littlo monoy in being liberal to our customers wo think while tbo opportunity lasts. any one else. Get ready to supply yourselves THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE S. X. POWERS & CO., i . v On luti Wall titreet, N. Y. STANFORD, - - - KBNTUOKy. A. B. JflORIHsJJrT -Liffoon, la Diviets, and Haleell, Id :a XINNAIRD Dr. Geo. 1'. JNewlin whoso illness w Ill nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney Barren, are new postoflicja named for tho Bright'a disease has been noted, died Tueshu notjyet been ascertained, but a sufti- - members of Congrcst in their respective day morning at 3 o'clock in tha COth year elect amount of information ia received to districts. of his age. Ho was a native of Kennett March 12) 1866 warrant the naiertlon'that Mr. K. C. War At College Iltll, Ky , a negro boy put Square, Chester county, Pa.; and csmo to Stanford, Ky., ren haa secured the nomination by a ma- a lot of rat poison Into sassafras tea which Danville in 1852, whero ho practiced den-Dkaluii In- jority less than a hundred. Taia is pretty poisoned a lady, her daughter and tho tistry until prostrated a few weeks ago W. P. 'WALTON. close in a district compjsed of eight coun- cook, all dangerously. with the disease which has proved fatal; Tom Goodwin, who fatally cut Victor He was a prominent OJd Fellow, for many ties and in a vote of 800, but it la suffiwas TuesIn hi exhibition of jackasjes the Ken- cient and we must all turn our attention Pilfery in Rowan county Friday,for protec- years one of the city trustees and always a good citizen. His wife and three grown rib- now to carrying tho district for tho nomi- day taken to the Lexington Jail tucky Legislature would take the blue long-earechildren survive bin) His oldest daughbrute that has nee at the August election. County pride tion from a threatened mob. bon over any An amendment will bo reported in the ter is tho .wife of Jas. II. Taylor, who lives ever brayed elnco the Savior rode a donkoy and the knowledge that Mr. Warren has We wlih to announce to tht peoploor Lincoln and adjoining counllw that we hare put made a most faithful officer make tho result Senate to the Urgent Deficiency Appropri- riear Hustonvillo. Christian charity may forth unuma into Jerusalem. gratifying to us of courto, but wo havo al- ation bill, providing $30,000 for the pay cflortaln tho selection of In the Legislative proceedings reportfind, in the ignorance of that body, an ex expenses of Gen. ed in Wednesdnv' Louisville lima Is the cuso for their miserable botch in tho at- ways entertained tho highest regard for his ment of the funeral competitor, Mr. O. H. Waddle, and that re- Grant. n bill following: "In tho House tempted solution of tho penitentiary mudMrs. Mary Bleeker Seymour, widow was presented and referred entitled an act gard has only been increased by his course dle; and superlative pntlenco may yet bear capable of the late Horatio Seymour, died Monday creating a new charter for the town of Dan with it in its procrastination of tho revenue in this canvass. He is an able, And wo now display a itock Imidcmo In ptopotllcn and elegant In appearance, Our slock embraces and rising young man, who will yet bo at the residence of Mr. Rvcne Conkllng, ville. Mr. J. A. Cheek, Chairman of the bill. But when, in defiance of tho oft realltholateit norcltlcsln honored by his fellow citizens, who atood Utica, New fork. Daath only divided Board of Trustees, being interviewed Bald peated sentiment of its cenetituency and by him so faithfully. The race is most them a few days. the title of the bill was a mistake; that the Flno DrtMM GootlH anti in contradiction of the avowed declarations Trim in I urn, Veil eta ami IIuttotiK to Senator John F. Miller, ol California, Legislature had been asked to make varisolemnly in- creditable to him In every respect and he Mutch. of its individual member?, it firm foot-hoon tho a flec- died In Washington Monday after a long ous amendments to tho old charter, but structs the Kentucky delegation in Con has gained a fifty- people. Ai for honest "Old illness. He was a native of Indian, not to grant a new one. The object of the Toour Irltnda who ro In the tablt ol rlilllng LculsTille lor tbelr supply we ran row say that wo can gress to resist any alteration of the duty tions of the tare you the faro to and fro and can fare yeur txprnschaigtson your purchsicsand can Dick" wp shall havo wore to fisy in the five years of aeo and Chairman of the Sen amendments being to better enable the on hemp and to protest against this articlo show equally as toed selection as any city umoliaut. WeaUocai'IattiNiLN ate ixtuinmtee ou foreign AtUira. aweet byeitnd bye. salary Board to collect revenue Ac. The being put on the free list, language Is imto our my large and A fire at Ashland, Ky., burned the of the Police Judge Is also to be raised A DisrATCH aaya Stone Walker and oth poverished to expies the proper measure block of Newman's Trade Palace, C. V from $300 to $100. of contempt all intelligent people enter- ers have cone to Frankfort to propose to Meinhart A Co.'s wholesale drug house, Last Saturday niitht a freight car t tain toward such asainity. The democratic tho governor that they will take all of the brick, Jacob Seal's shoe ehop and a s the depot was broken open and about a repreeentativea are engaged in industrious csnyicts now at work in the mines and story house owned by John Connor. dozen pairs of shoes consigned to Rowland preparation of a tariff bill by which the elsowhere and put them to work on the & Co., of this place, stoleu. Officer Tom Come to see ua and enlarged and the Three Forks railroad, running from Rich $60,000. free list ia to be Greatly Willie Sells, a youth, murdered hia fa- Helm obtained a description of the stolen taxation reduced. The demo- mond to Three Forks. This is all very rate of tariff ther and mother, brother and sister by crushSavo cratic party ia pledged to this work. The well, but just so sure as they are put on ing their skulls and cutting their throats as goods and has since been on the lookout for suspicious persons wearing new shoe railroads, there is going to bs a row raised country needs it and tho people demand it IIOIIKIITSOX Jb KIXXAIItD. they lay asleep at their homes near Osage (ho Yet here cornea tbo Ketnucky legislature, by the poor fellows whose bread depends Miesoion, Kansas. He used a hatchet and leather. Last evening he noticed on 10S-DantllU. Kj. youth namol Wm. Pigg a feet of a colored mouthing like a set of babbling fools, and upon their skillful handling of the shovel pair of the missing sandals and arresting Is no way to keep the a butcher's knife. and pick. There ask that tho tariff on hemp remain The Chamber of Commerco his pissed If the iron monger wants his convicts from interfering with free labor a unanimous resolution favoring the appro- him was told by Pigg that he and Henry going special interest protected, he is a robber; except to shoot them or transport them to priation by Lexington and Fayette county Davis were the guilty parties. Oa to Davis' house, Mrs. Davis became yery if the Ohio democrat wants his wool pro- Alaska. of $100,000 and also free removal of records tected, he is a traitor to his party; if the Tom Henry, the drunken clerk of the and books, as an inducement to locate the Indignant that such a charge should be made, but afterwards tried to secrete the Louisiana planter wants hia sugar protect- Court of Appeals, Is descending lower and State Capital at Lexington. bUCCKJtOEfl TO- shoes about her person in a way that sho ho is requested to step over into the re- lower and bringing himself into deeper ed Two weeks ago, near McLeansboro, thought a modest man like Mr. Helm publican rank-- ; but the Kentucky hemp disgrace. When last heard from he was in 111., John Mann waa waylaid and shot to would not persevere in the search. She grower is one of the Lord's annotated, a station bouse in Louisville, so stupidly death by assassins. Monday three broth- was requested, however, to drop the shoes, markets and facility of drunk that he could give no account of Soil, climate, open ers named Schoolcraft were convicted of after which Henry was marched to ail, And hating alio purchased cf Hrlght A Melcalf their stock of transportation are not good enough for himself. He should never have been ele murdering him, and each was sentenced to where he found Pigg awaiting him. The him. Government is mado exclusively for vated by the democratic party to the best twenty-fivyears' Imprisonment. trial la set for this evening. Car breaking him and forhim only should its powers be paying office in the State, but if it will Jerome B. Chaffee, of Colo- is a felony no matter what the value of the exercised. All other industrial pursuits teach everybody to do ae we hive firmly rado, died in Westchester county, N. Y. must take care of themselves; but the resolved upon, never to vote for a man who He accumulated quite a large fortune, los- goods stolen may be. IN MEU0RIAM. precious business of hemp growing must gets drunk, whether he ia the nominee or ing half a million by the failure of Grant be placed under the paternal care of the not, the lesson though dearly bought may & Ward. "JllchNt are they, He leaves $1,000,000 to his mis called paternal government. There is not be without benefit. well, That lire, for Christ daughter, tho wife of U. S. Grant, Jr. We now hare The longest day but ona condition on which the people of The Superior Court will be continued as meeting has been held at Mt. A mass Would scarce sufflce, to tell Kentucky should ratify the Legislature, we predicted. With some amendments, Sterling in the intercut of the extension of la what wide way, tbelr benefactions fell." and that ia that all the hemp cultivated which will of course be concurred in, the On tho sixth of March, 1SS0, after the Kentucky & South Atlantio Railroad-n- ow under the stimulus of a protective duty House passed the Senate bill to give it an a local coal road into Wolfe and short but painful illness, at her home near shall be sacredly devoted to the manufac- additional lease of four years of life, other counties now sadly lacking transpor- Lancaster, Ky., Mrs. Thomas Anderson An will Mil them as CHEAT ss any dealer la Central Kentucky. ture of ropea to be used in strangling hu by a vote of 52 to 31. Mr. Mulligan, of tation facilities. breathed her last. As we stood by the bedBuggies, Carriage, Hunejs, Buck Boarda, Bprlng Wagon. Farm Wagons. Lumber Wagons. La man jickaBses. Lexington, made a strong speech against Herman Roucke, of Milwaukee, while side of this dear friend the dear old fa Wsgons. Dump Carta, Hows. Cultivators, Uarrowi, Corn riaotera, Cn DrlUa, Keepers, Mowers U?t Uay Slacken, Oraln Drills. Keed Cutter. lUr rowers. I'umn-- . W.l The House has pasted a bill to establish its continuance, claiming that there waa no working at the bottom of a well forty-fou- r ther, loving husband, sister and children, IUae. E!..r. rw alli en. Corn Mills, Cane Mills. Cider Mills. 8w Mills, Threshing Machine,. Uuy Karaen, Wja s, the county of Carlisle out of the southern earthly use for the court, which came in feet deep, was caught by its walls caving faithful physician and kind friends, Gum Hoee.Oum ailing, PacklBR. Coal, Lumrer, Doors, Bash, Blinds. Mouldings and erery portion of Ballard, notwithstanding the begging like a hound and now pleads for in and burled under several feet of stone, all, all, so willing eo ready, to help fight fact that Kentucky has a third more coun- four years more of time. The salaries be- earth and quicksand. When dug out forty-eig- the battle for life we realized as never be ties than she ought to have now, and that hind it alone made it a necessity to some hours later, he was weak but still in fore the utter helplessness of human power she is paying the Legislature to enact some people. and our dependence on God. ring. A question arose at New Orleans yesgood and wholesome laws that will lift her The passages of icripture, snatches of We will atn handle The Lexington Press has arrayed itself out of her present degraded position. It in tho noble army, which advocates the terday between Capt. J. E. Brou and M. songs, that fell from the lips of this dear is greatly to be hoped that the Senate will whipping poet as the solution of over A. Grace as to whether or not the latter one praising Qod, even in her delirium, adopt the House resolution to adjourn on crowded penitentiaries. It belieyes that It was a gentleman. They rode to the hospit- went home to the hearts of those who All Fools' day and that the session will would reduce the number of convicts con- al together In the same ambulance, each atood by, and touched them, as no power come to an end then, for the longer the fined in the penitentiary to so small a fig- with three bullets In his body. Grace is of oratory, or depth of logic could men. C. J. body stays at Frankfort the worse the mud- ure that their labor could be profitably dead and Brou will die. The iced sown, by her deeds, her example, -dle it will get the State into. The ills we utiliz;d within the walls of the penitentiaMiss Provie Wells, daughter of Mr. but above all the precepts to those dear have can much better be borne than others ry, and free labor would be rid of the de- Henry Wells, on Drowning Creek, com- little grand children a word here and there that it is likely the body will Inflict upon pressing effects of convict labor. mitted suicide on Tuesday of last week by suited to their young minds, Obi what a us. bring forth: The conflict of labor against capital is hanging herself. She waa a young lady tf harvest may they The Frankfort Yeoman has succumbed to waeing all over the land and the outlook is a fine mind and excellent character and no "Hersun. went down at high noon went financial troubles and suspended. This not promising. The demands of the one cause can bo assigned for her untimely down to rise in the Palace of the King." We see our Mends await as, Richmond Herald. announcement ia received with great regret are in some cases as unreasonable as the taking off. Ortr yonder, at Ills gate, at this office, whero that paper has always other, when the mutual interests would Then let u be rcadr, for CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. been held in high esteem and it will be seem to require concessions and harmony. And If close attention to the want of our customers and hocat goods at prlcrs that lurlle competiYou know 'tli getting lato. tion arc desMflng of any merit, then we shall expect oer shar of the public generally regretted by the press and its pa Etch Is dependent upon the other. Lit our Umpi bo brljhtly burning, W. O. Hansford and Wm. T. Saun-dr- a patronage. Our stock is now Let's raise our voice, and slog, trons all over the State. The Yeoman baa sinto goon we'll meot to part no more, All is quiet at the Greenwood mines. cereboth desire theirexpress their most been published with some intermissions frijnds who earnestly thanks to InlhertlacoofthoKlng." But one company of men and a Gatllng gun since 3810 and has always maintained a remain and they are sufficient to protect supported them. Rowland Literary Club. high standard. It ia devoutly to be hoped -- Oar letter last Monday to the Interithe convicts and maintain the dignity of We have received the following highly that the profession will not lose entirely early In the mornIt consists of a full line of the Stafe, which can not afford to permit or was sent by a friend appreciated compliment from the Rowland tho valuable services of Col. J. Stoddard ing, who forgot to deliver it and brought Literary Society: her Into terms. mobs to force Johnston and his able lieutenant for so it back with him. a W. P. Walton, Esq , Dear 8ir.-- At To The Democratic Committee. many years, Maj Henry T. Stanton. Some of our friends who recently left late meeting ot he Rowland Literary Club A question raised by a notice of contest here for Florida, have taken up land and Senator Feland, in yiew of the great -- Thcia tha jailer's race, which I do not care to laid out a city which they call Kentucky the undersigned membera after voting you and growing army of convicts, which care club for the kindneM you take the responsibility of deciding without City. Wonder if the officers they have the thanks of the nothing for the terrors of the penitentiary, 3 have shown us in various ways, elected XmrgCMt your concurrence, causes me to call you to chosen are after the Kentucky model. offered a resolution that the laws be so you an honorary member. The encourageoffice of the Interior Jourmeet at the The most handsome of all crazy quilts amended that the punishment for all the And a complete stock, all site Stanford, at 11 o'clock Monday, has been finished by Misi Hettle Harris, ment we have received At your hands, to of infamous crime) bo fixed at nal, lower grades papers you have contribu gether with the March 15tb, to consider it. It is imporwho has devoted something like three years not less than thirty-ninstripes on the bare Is fully appreciated, and coming as it tant that each member shall attend. to the task, ted, of her patient, careful life back, leaving no discretion on the part of does from a disinterested party gives addi. Lynn, Chmn. J. which is, in itself, a testimony thereof. the jury except to fix the number of stripe?, -- And a line of- tional impetus to those directly concerned. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Prof. Rice writes from Kingston, Ky.j Senate in its wonderful wisdom vobat the ia now furnished and we take Onr room Is In a most flourishing conted 21 to 10 to table It. We observe with Mr. Bobbitt voted against the contin that his school pleasure in presenting to you your key and AND SADDLERY- are no better people on the dition. There sorrow that our own dear Senator Rigney uance of the Superior Court. Also Bait, .fine Olid Cement. All we ask Ir that yoa giro us a trial and we pioulse that 1 card of membership, trusting you will noble and genIs recorded with the 21. will not be our fault If you d) not oootlnuo to trade with us. Mr. Bobbitt has presented a bill for face of the earth, nor more Ilrspectfully, us with your company as often as con erous in expenditures of nil descriptions A great trouble with many free miners the benefit of Mr. A. M. Feland. venient. Very Respy. Yours, of the fellow advancement Is that they will not work even when ther M. F. Hulet, An advisory committeo named to con conducive to the 8. Irwin, have the chance, but stand ready to strike sider tho matter has recommended the pas- man. Jno. E. Curley, M. J. Steals, The dread cyclone, familiarly called at the smallleat provocation. The superin sage of a law repealing so much of the W. R. Fretwell. Jno. O'Hern, tendent of the Greenwood mines says that statute of the last session as authorizes the election, passed over ua without eerloua Ed. Dudderar, Frank Harris, good free miners have earned as much as leasing of convict labor to bo worked in damage, except to a few souls, willing to Jo Rice, F. M. Ansley, $1,500 a year down there and not worked the coal mtaes of this Commonwealth. It sacrifice, themselves for tha dear people's T. W. Hamilton, J. C. Florence, fall time either. We feel for (a man who also presented a bill increasing the penalty sake. It la said that the candidates held a Thos. Hurley, R. S. Maran, prayer meeting here on the 21 and an exwill work and can't get it, but we have no for engaging in a mob. O. W. Greer, Matt Woodson, meeting on the Gib. patience with him who acta like the dog J, F. LsRue, says: perience A dispatcn irom rranmort J. G. Gill, Mrs. Kate McAlister is quite sick. Dr. in the manger that is will neither work Judge C. B. Simrall, of Covington; Hon. L. P. Gray, Wm. Holley, remarkable cure himself nor let others do so. G. W. Delph, John L. Van Winkle, of Danville, and W. M. Doores reports a Wm. M. Bogle, oauuas ik in the case of Mrs. John Abbott, who has H. V. Hutchinson, John Harris, is a gratifying fact that the securities Cipt. Dandridge went before the joint Ad- been bed-fafor six years. The mother of Jo Farrar, Drugs, Books, Stationery and J. A. Bmitb, of no government bring as high a price as visory Committeo on the Greenwood troub- Mrs. Stark Fish, who lives at California, Jno. Gaelic. Jas. Elmore, of tho United States Last week les and stated that there had been no interFancy Articles. the bonds Ohio, ia visiting her daughter. Mr. J. R. F. A. Burgees, T. 8, Dooley, 4 per cent, bonds have reached 127, the ference with free labor at Greenwood; that Lawless left ua last week for Florida. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. T.L Bhelton, H. F, Baldwin, highest point in their history. This means all free miners there could get all the work Also O. L. Cox, DANHLLE. BOYLE CqUnIy. J.F.Hottel, for the privilege they wanted at wages amounting to $2 to that an investor pays $275 V. M. Hill, R. C. Btader, of inventing $1,000 in public securities $3 per day, and that the leading spirits In Physicians report considerable "RoAlex. Dudderar, H. J. Daict. drawing 4 per cent, interest, which mature the mob where generally lawless, desperate seola" and ''Quinsey" In and about town. men, The committee appointed Senator Chas. J. Hairis, The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooka, and become payable at par in twenty-o- ne Mr. E. W. Lee returned Wednesday Gilbert and Representative Thompson a yeJewelry and Silverware Mrs Brewster, wife of . night from Atlanta. He thinks the stock Paris Ciliun, Kentucky's oldest sub committeo to prepare a bill making it market In that city about closed. Mre. General Benjimin II. Brewster, died in Erer bought to this market Price Lower than The a felony to belong to or participate in such the Lowest. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry newspaper, has been sold to William Oliver Thurmond is verv ill at Junction Philadelphia. on ahoit notice and Warranted. a mob as waa organized at Greenwood last foreman and assistant editor of The prohibitionists appear to have City. Mr. Evan Christinson and Mies Friday. Mr. Remmington is Craddock's paper. Cynthia Ann Allsman obtained license to carried their case in Atlanta through the NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. elections and through tbo court). thoroughly equipped for the business by CARR3AGE & marry Wednesday evening. halFamj C09 Ell ... a . -Two men were killed and a number years of labor in a printing office and we n. Johnson, of the D. & D. Prof. J. Harness, .V4W'U1nka EYerrrtiieTn1IthhnilMI The dock of tho Monarch Steamship man has tereral lfllan auaea "iorm Wagon, I injured by an exploto the First Price. WelitTono expect to see his paper tske rank with the line burned at New' York, causing a loss of Institute, who has long been A sufferer from more or lees seriously agents, but for twelre years bavo dealt wllh thu consumer. best of his section. Inflammatory rheumatism, left on Tuesday sion of gas in the Uniondale, Pa, mines, half a million. Wo ship nnyirherr, with prlil-legAnd now the mail messengers are talkof examining brforo buyiA negro attempted to outrage a young for the home of hie parents lu Talledega, ng-, The Vance family is being veil taken Wo pay fright charges postmaster-genera- l, nh ways If not satisfactory. government, thank to the girl at Rusiellvillo and on bring captured Ala , with the hope that that climate may ing of strlkln; unless tne care ot by the W arrant ercrythlnK for 'J ears. who has permitted them to stay in OneprtceonK j'latl nprjnir prove beneficial to bim. His father, Dr. efforts of their relative Senator Ztbulon. was strung up by a mob. Wagon at a)S3fsaai Knott has very properly refused J. H. Johnson, and bis brother, Mr, Sea- when sa good men and democrats wero Gov. SflalSU vnnrriiu. He has secured positions for flxteen of orncea i 1, A ,n(jp Hen- - born Johnson, of that place, came here and ready to fill their piece?, will promise that pago them aud they draw oalaiies ... C m to y-' ,rl,ilB-tamg'"they shall not bs disturbed in their places, ry Clay drunk and then killed him, w. JJ, A'HAU i, Bcciciary, accompanied him home. $25,320. Kllilmrf, ludlnnrij Stmi-8SteliIijIntenor3o- The definite result ot thfl race for the v i ' "" ' ' , 1 1 ROBERTSON Pfe KI1ID, Dry Goods, Notions, Wall Paper, DANVIIXE, KY. &ci, y SPRING GOODS, ld two-Lo"- Maudsonio fttock of Wall Wo Will CcilingK nntl DccorniioiiN. lnxcr, IXordeivs, Yon Tirao and Money. 2t WOMEN & MENEFEE. -- e Farming Implements and Pleasure Vehicles, aim imxtixsitTsx: stock, liar-net- ht Grain, Wool, Field X'rotftict.s. W3E3- &cc1h ami other Farm Ha)OTi Stock of to Stay Complete In Every Branch.. Staple and Fancy Grocers, lard ware in the City, e Hamilton, Stoel and South Bend Chilled Plows wcll-secte- d HARNESS fa-v- MBTOALP fc JTOTJE!ft. Ifefflnyli MUi8Ur PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS It Eem-salngt- on, ELKHART HARNESS M'F'G CO. o ?i" 395! ...- ts ttri ia--& l N Y. Bebd Polntof. G AUDiiM fcpeJs in T. R. Walton In balk and paper, at The primary teonn to demotstrate that prohibition will not carry in thU county. T, II Wallon'e. Stanford, Ky March 12, 1886 - DuslnosB t C. O. WALTON, Manager. Those Indebted to the firm of Bright Metcalf will pleiae eall'itad settle their counts aa I am about to leiro Stanford. C. Bright. m " I, tit. Mall Uain going LOCAL TIME CARD. North......................... Booth Kxpmitraln" .1 ii ii Boath............. Norn..... .- -., .,........ 1 ... .11 U 88 i". at. 2 05 A.M. BoUr 152 a.m. r. v, m The a jot Ii calculated on standard time. li about 20 minute UsUr, ia a candidate t to the office of Judge of the BUnford City Court. Election first SaturThe Severance Brothern have disposed day in April. Ife has made n good official of their stock and restaurant fixture to that and it ia not likely that he will hare oppo- old veteran, who is alwaya in the ring, J. sition. T. Harris, who will occupy the name stand JuDan W. R. CAnsoK Another little snow covered the face of the earth Wednesday, which ought now to & be showing some liana of spring time. ac II We are determined to reduce our stock of Plow?, You can buy them at most any price. Call and ice uj. Metcalf A Fosfor ter. A BlQffg'4. Wk acknowledge a "delightful" serenade that they did. 40M NOTICES. from a party of young ladies and gentle Tub County Clerk, Mr. Jonn Blain, re LANDnr.rn'e 0rion.rJeed nt McRoberU men. The Bwcet young creature who blew ceived by yesterday's mail a commission llnv your McAlIattr. clool booki from Penny the comb ia entitled to all the honors not A appropriated by the gentlo siren who rung from the al the bell. alio r ii,, by Penny A Mo All a notice and warranted "Patronize flwt bandj." Vo call attention to tho hrgcat Una of harness, sadBuv the Haaa Hog Remedy, the orlsl dles, nlow eear As., of our own make ever and only genuine, from Penny A Mo AW shown. We propose to cuarantco them and A 'co.mm.ctk flock of jewelry, Intent tell them cheaper than any city or ready Pen-o- y n l it made work. Call and get priest before A McAIUter. W. R. Carson A miking your purchaxea. Watches and Jewelry repaired on Governor, appointing Wm. 8. Newell magistrate in Highland district in place of the Jas. II. Eason, resigned. Louisville Tobacco Market fnrnisbed by Glover A Durrett, Louisville Tobacco Warehouse: There has been a considerable falling off in the number of hogsheads sold this week as compared with the several preceedlng weeks. The market has not shown any improvement either in prices or in tho quality of the offerings. The appearance of anything like a fine burley hogshead has been rare. The aales for the week amount to 2,280 hogshoa da with re ceipt of 2.270 hogshead for the same period. The salei of tho new crop to date amounMo 25,512 hogsbrada. Tho following quotations lairly represent our market for new burley: Dark tr.ish 3 to A) colory trash 1 to 5; common lugs not colory 1 to &' colory lugs 5 to 7; common leaf not colory 5J to 7; good leaf 7J to 10; fine leaf 10 to 13; select wrappery tobacco 13 to 18 cents ."IKTI ADVKnTISKMESTK. n'V t '. B"Col Buckets and Vases at Cost."5a At tho Mt. Verron special term, the csee ol tue Uotninonwciitii against Jonn NOTICE K. Polk for killing Mart OvrenB was Tuesday morning without glyen to the jary The a ihj diitroji'd by argument. Thoy reached m verdict of ac- Ore on imurauvuol Htbriury wn very the 21 it promptly quittal in about fire minutes. Henry Cal-l- an rati bytbet'ahn Iniurinci Company ol Philawas given one year in the penitentiary delphia, through their Agent, Judge J. U.Phil-Ip- i. Son. I take pleaiure In recommending tbe Com PERSONAL for grand larceny. pany. o The majority of Mr. J. W. Alcorn fcr lCC-waa .yi ItH. S. C. TltVEHEAIlT. -- Mn. F. M. AJfSLEY, of Lebanon, The manager of the Rock Castle Springs, Circuit Clerk U closo onto 1.250. It was Wednesday. here a clorlom victor moat gallantly won. es Mr. F. J. Campbell, who was a fine job Mihs Lizzie PntTCHETT, of Garrard, pecially since his competitor, Judge J. S, printer himself once, writer: "I have reii Tlrltimj Mr. Jno. Wallace. Van Winkle, U enoh an accomplished gen- ceived sample of tho pamphlets printed for I bare a flrit-cliGerman Baker and can get Mum Maiv Rmd i back from her t!-i- t tleman and ripe jurist. To yarqnish eo us. It is gotten up in beautiful style and up all klndi of Baking In good I trie, inch aa to Ltxlnutun a I'd Mlllenburu. White BreaS, Tea Cake. gallant a knight U indeed u feather in tho tasty beyond description. I wta prepared (Irabam Bread, round Cakes, Oeoiiok Dunn has returned from the cap of the victor, of whom more anon. for a sightly job, but did not expect a tm' Bye Bread, Jelly Cakca, Bunna, Bolls, Jolly Rollt, Commercial College at Lexington. tablework of art," Thank you, sir. We Bulks, Plot, (Jlngtr Oak's, P vice's New York Opera Co , which open feel that the compliment is very justly beMn D.T. Facklw, of the Danrilla Cinnamon Cakes, Qlngtr Snaps. Large Cakes baked and trimmed to order. Will Platlnjc Works, paid ua a pleaaant call ed the new Richmond Opera House, failed to stowed. sell cheaptr tban you ean bake them at home. I do ai good a business as was expected, and Tuesday. will start my Bread Wagon iioxt week and will call at your homes. Call at tho Yellow IIouso RELIGIOUS. Momrb. R. P. Jaooiu. R. J. Breckln their baggage vrn attached for hotel bills. and see for youissHes IKipectfullr. 103-- lf e ridge, J. L Brace and Robert Hudlng, of This looks strange, as it waa reported that J. T. JfJ ttltlS. Ed. M. Elliott will preach at Turners-Titlthe Opera Houie management had guarDanytlle, were here ywterday. next Sunday at 11 A. . 3STO. anteed the Company $800 for the two Mresiu. J, S IIuohm and D. B. Eld. Sweeney's revival at Columbus to Cincinnati to remain a nights' engigementa. They were to hare had reunited in 109 additions to last adhave gone REPORT OF THE CONDITION but this vices. month with their bouse, the George W. ployed in Indianaro'ii Interferes with their date. Joe Rice is tho McAlpin Co. Lent begins began Wednesday and will The Farmers National Bank Mn. R. 0. WAtutEX received a tele- only person who went from here and this is iut till Eister, which falls this year on the .Vl STANFORD, gram yeaterday that hii mother wai at the the information he brought. 25th of April. tho State of Kontuoky, at tho Closo of point of iletthlu Louisville and he went Bro. Pollitt's meeting at Rowland In Buslnoss, Mar. 1, 1880. The tfllcial returns of the primary elec- closed Wednetdry night thither by tba afternoon train. on account of untion as found after inspection by Chairman Mas. I. N. VauoiiAN and her daughRESOURCES. weather. J. E. Lynn, arsliled by the Secretary of favorable Baptist meeting Campbellsville Loans and dlKOunU............ ?3W,103 23 ter, Ella Lee, of Richmond, Va., the only The at the County Committee, of the poll books Overdrafts 1,813 3) ......m.m,.u..m.....n iliter of the editor and hi brother, l on a conducted bylReia. Arvln and Graves clored U. 8 Bonds to secure circulation, .. ..... 75,000 00 the officers of the elecremain, of the family and certificates of rlait to them. What with 33 confessions an! 15 addi- Other stocks, bonds and mortgages.-- .. 33,800 00 tion are aa appears by the table below. The Tueedsy On from approved reserve agents Ubow reunited for the fint Use iloee.1870 - 13,812 07 tions to the church. showing is not materially different from 5,197 23 and the jor of being together again can only Rev. II. C. Morrison write) that his One from other National Banks- fn last Won, though some of tho maReal estate, furniture and fixtures........ 7.0C0 00 by those who know what it ia that be appreciated Covington closed with 27 ad- Current eipenses and taxes paid........... 182 51 jorities arc increated and some reduced. 8. meeting at to be separated In life from the lored onea ditions and the church greatly revived. He Premiums paid ... 2,137 21 M. Owens has 0 majority by the official of a happy childhood' home. 3,600 00 expects to visit here soon, we are glad to Bills of other Banks- count, but as Mr. Btrnelt notified Mr. Fractional paper currency, nickels and say. Lynn that he should like to be heard beIS 11 pennies LOCAL MATTERS. The Methodiits will hold their 3rd 8,000 00 fore the candidates were declared, Mr Onion seta atT. R. Walton's. ......- - .. 7.600 00 Lynn has very properly called a full meet- Quarterly Meeting at Bright' on the 3rd Ltftl tender notes Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer ing of the Committee for next Monday to Saturday and Sunday, 20th and 21st. Rev. (5 per cent of circulation).-- .. 8,373 00 Extra Flour at Waters A Raney's. atheir any complaint that he may make. J. W. Fitcb, P. E., ia expected to be in iOUiMNHHIHIIIIMIIMIIIHIHIHIMIHIIHNIH ..HJ1,S90 !7 Garden for rent. Mr. N. A. Tyree. We hope and believe that the whole matter tendance and preach. LIABILITIES. be settled satisfactorily, unless unwise in.-- ... Capital stock paid 00 MARRIAGES. The finest green teas in town at 8. 8 can Surplus Fund.. 68,001 89 course! prevails and an eflort to stir up inMyers'. Undivided profits...... 8,050 90 stead of allay strife ia made. All the con Mr. Sam Baker and Miss Mary Dishou C7,5d0 00 New York Seed potatoes, special fig. tested county races are uncomfortably will be married at Mr. Lewis Dishon's, in National Bank Notes outstanding.. Individual deposits subject to check .. 116,404 82 urea by the barrel. Metcalf A Foeler. " Due to other National Hanks ........ close tave that for Superintendent 823 03 of this county, to day. 781 03 Schools, in which the old man downs his Mr. George W. Abbott, a spry young Due to State Banks and Bankers.... . 8. L Powers A Co , I gin next Monday -- ... 0451,890 77 widower of 66, was united to Mrs. Mary Total of $1,000 younger competitor by 279 majority. to auction off their rurpius stock E. Playforth, a charming widow on the STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 Now i your chance for bargains. County of Lincoln. j sunny side of 40, at Mr. Martin Smith's, I, Jno. B. Owsley, Cashier of the above named 350 Commonwealth cases on There are Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement yesterday. Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. docket of the spring term of the Madison Mr. Martin Girdler and Misa Lottie 1 JNO. B. OWriLEY, Oublcr. Grcult Conrt, 10 of which are for murder, Iklle Buster, a buxom and bonnie lassie, SuUcrlted and sworn to before mo this m dar W.M. BRIGHT, N.r.L.C. were married in the clerk's office hero yes- olMr,18S. There will be music In the air at the Correct attest: terday by Rey. J. M. Bruce. They live In Joitx M. n.ut,,") , Rink Jioi Carson, the leader ol 'AIM S sw oSo i S. H.bitANKs, Directors. the Preacheraville neighborhood. G dd A Silrrr, will be tb'ere and don't the J. W. ALcoaM, J glsisaSSggS i r A popular young man, who waa for yon forget it. f 3STO. 2917. eeveral years a reeldent of Stanford, but BlasggSgq3!i "s,i-A UisrATCH from Washington saya that now of a neigbborirg town, ia to be mar REPOItT OF THE CONDITION Dr. F. O. Young, of Lexington, has resign -- I I ooo B "oojfinoojj'wi ried to a Richmond belle before the winds ed his plice aa Medlcsl Examiner, to take OF THK- '!) s asorssas,! of March subside; but further we are not at effect April 1. -liberty to tell. National Bank of Hustonville. jjdooo 'a 'o ;8U2SS That leading ind popular Dintille firm, James Smith and Miss Nancy Barrett, Btato of Kontuoky. nt the close of do 8 'a T Messrs. Robertson A Kinnaird, alrertiee of Rxkcaatle county, were married by In the jcSH-- ui r. buslnoss Mar. 1, 1880. tho arrival of a large invoice of spring 'Squire Rainey, in the Pinchem precinct pjojiutn 'O A Igls5wsa-.5a! dress goods which our readers would do last Friday. Mr. Barrett the girl's father, RESOURCES. iudno a q well to profit by. Give them a call. who was bitterly opposed to the marriage, Loans and discounts 878,483 43 -1,518 CS arrived in town Saturday with an old army Overdrafts aojxj a r -- Mr. A.G. McRsberts. of VerDeath. 20,000 0) musket, swearing vengence against Smith, U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation million county, Ind., write that Mrs. Col"aoeaqof "jt'f 2,032 78 -- .. Due from approved reserve agents and It waa thought for sotno time that Due from other National Banks 4,751 97 in an Hart, of that vicinity, who is about roanea-a-Smith's life waa in danger. Sunday a few Real Estate, Farnlture and fixtures 1,810 31 the last of the old Fisher family raited in si 5 wssaassa 118 71 friends interterred, ana giving the old man Current expenses and taxes paid......... Boyle, died on the 6th after a long iilneee. 54 56 , jUssb ' aMqiiAVtt 'M a fw "nips" for his stomach's sake, succeed- Checks and other cash Items..,... 08 00 Bills of other Banks awoBinoV Lewis, sa estimable colored saaugsua "i(ua ed in bringing about a 'reconciliation. They Fractional piper currency, nlckles and 17 .... pen nles..... -- ... man, whoe huiband, Moae Lewis, n good- are now living in peace and harmony. luiJO'Wfi! 2 .Coll 3,482 00 g r. Specie Ul negro, deserted her and her Winchester Sun. - 8,378 00 Letral.tender notes uota "1 '& three little children a lew months ago in a To my certain knowledge a reverend Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer S I ot.nStfo" -,. 900 00 starring condition, waa relieved of her I 15 per cent, of circulation) gentleman of this section has gotten left 91I 3 mJ wpang-x'M - OMHW-fll-I- W I Bufferings Wed need ay nigbt by death. within the brief space of a few three times J116.791 64 Total etsoa T ' months, by courting the wrong young la l.wl LIABILITIES. lady is said to have A Lincoln county -aqnn 'M. 'H 950,000 00 dies hereabouts, ('taint Bro. Gibson 'nei Capital Stock paid in collected a string of buttons twenty-fou- r 3,500 00 -- . Surplus fund ther.') He wants to get out of the land tiiootv 'M. 't 1,814 36 feet long. This accounts for so many men Undivided profits- UilslsSSSeB1 way National Bank noteji outstsndlng ot single oiessednesa Dauiy irom the 15,900 00 -in that county with their pants held up fl ' l1IAtoA illa-aas- gg 43,266 02 his letters read, and probably deservee a Individual Deposits subject to check Somerset Banner, with shingle nails. 311 23 ! little sympathy. I withhold his Due to Other National Banks ! "a ujjm 0 i I SluaaSgaeS! Too old, Owens. Chestnuts are below par whether he will give us 8116,791 64 name till I ree Total now. i 'IPP'AV 'H 'O girls a rest, and if he don't, all will be put STATE OF KENTUCKY, 8BS88tt 1 The spring term of our Circuit Court beCounty of Lincoln, before an admiring and goeaipping public. Thomp'lo Cooper' majority is 51, in gins next Monday with 201 casea on the The first long or short clerical gentleman I, J. W. Ilocker, Cashier of the above named of 80 as reported. He only got 36 statement swear that tbe docket, fewer than for years. Clerk James stead that kicks about this is the one the shoe Bank, do solemnly of my knowledgeabove belief. and is true to tbe best divided at Kings Mountain, when 60 waa given in fits fSretaw in Harrodsburg Democrat. P.Bailey informs us that they are W. HOCKElt, Cashier. aa follow?: Commonwealth casea 92; old ourlaat issue. Sudscrlbed and sworn to before me this 8th day Webb's X Roads in Russell gave WarQ. F. I'EACOCK, N. F. of Mar., 1866. common law 25; common law appearLAND, STOCK AND CROP Oorrtct-Att- est: ren 53; Waddle 0; Alcorn 19; Van Winkle ance 30; equity appearancea 10 and old J.W.Wkatiikrpobd. Hay for sale. I. M. Bruce. There is but one murder 34. equity 128. Jho. D. CaircaTBa, - Directors Garrard county official give Alcorn 670; -- For Sale-B- ull calf. W. M, McAfee. K. 8. Fowkix, case on the docket yet, Bob Chappell, Van Winkle 212; Warren 722; Waddle Corn for sale. M. S. Peyton, Stanford. forklllina Jim Jesw. Wee. Haruford ia 202 A few more Jersey cowa for aale. J. In jail for killing Ralph Burket, held Mr, D. N. Williams writes from Mt. Ver- G. Carpenter. for manslaughter. non: The official vote of Rockcastle is AlFor Sale. 14 good work mules. J. Sioman, the murderer of young Hlggln- - corn S10; Van Winkle 108; Warren 210; F. A B. G. Gover, Stanford. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Twenty-fiv- e botham, was brought through here yester- Waddle 171. or thirty tons of nicetimo Mr. O. JI. Waddle telegraphed last thy hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, Stan, day by Sheriff Deatherage, of Madison, en route to Richmond, where he will be con- night to this office that news indicated that ford. STANFORD, KY. Cattle are easy in Louisville at 2 to fined in jail until the next eerelon of the Warren had carried Russell by 100 and hi. urilron In thn twodIo of 8'anford and nir... 4 40; hogs in fair demand at 3 to 4.40; LonsaxDerieaceand careful attention Rockcastle CIrouit Court. His trial was that he hnd carried Cisey by 40. iruarante aatlslsctioa. Building material o( ev 2 to 4 cents. The official m joritie for Warren are as sheep are active at 88-- 1 yr postponed at ths present term and he was description furnished at low rates. ery Squire Murphy aays the wheat crop ia not allowed ball. Sigman is a man of follows: Garrard 620; Lincoln 779j Boyle badly damaged, but if the farmers will about 40 years of age, with dark eyea nnd 288; Rockcastle 78; making a total of 4EJf M to which Russell adds, we have from roll the land at once much of it will bs hair, very neatly dressed and altogether is TTjhiW ft cscRirr'PjcfJi6-saved. Delay will be exceeding! j-- danger a man of good appearance. The case was good authority, 125, On the other hand Mr. Waddle'a majori- oua. defendant on account of continued far the i?kW dW5 At Lexington Court common cattle the absence of Judge Fear), and Judge ty in Fulatki la 1,201 and in Wayne 433. Ii Jw cl3ft a Holey, hy whom he proposes to prove that making 1,034. It is also eaid that Casey brought from. 3 to 3J cts.; fair to medium from 4 to 4); 50 head good feeders brought he waa ready for trial on eeveral occasions gives him 40. Wilt bs bum KltKE to ill tryllctiitt, in1 to euitcacri ot TakingCasey nnd Russell bb correctly $55. About 100 mules offered, many of the indictment was finally filed and that vtir without ordtrl&f It. It ooalilni tbout ISO twu 4 Tloibl J,,ctlptlo W I'luilrllloM, f tlcti, to 15$ away and he claims that matters were in reported Warden's mijority la jutt 06 and which sold low. L'roke uiuleo 15 M. FF ii'm nil vrVI. . ' l ,VKCRTAULK r IJ lOTMUftblS J1C0 t tU", Uj lo that U about what the tfllcial reform will l.whMs' obtain!: U .u. i.ic..iy lo Jlui.t 0M,Dfri. Hn'l ror lu this shape when the nquiiition was D. M. FERRY A CO., Detroit, Michigan. make it. hands $70 to $100. - T0JNSURERS. Here 8 o 's Your Chance -- TO- mfc " a Got Something to Eat By realln S c lt j tho foKowIcg list of goods, kept by BAKERY. it & O T. R. OTALTOItf, And buiing what you ncM ol him, yon will be enabled to vary the monotony so liable to chara:-terls- e your table at this tlmo of year, and to get good goods at low prices: CANNED QOOD3. California Pears and Apricots, reeled and Pie Peaches, Sliced and Orated Pineapple, Toma-to- c, Corn, Rtrlrg and Lima Beans, Early June Peas, Blackberries, Oysters, Sslmon, Mackerel. Sardines, Cornod Beef, Deviled Ham, Ac. VEGETABLES, FRUITS, ETC. Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Cranberries, Oranges, Ixmons, Bananas, Cooking Figs, Prunes, Green Apples, Dried Peaches and Apples. a 1 a 3 t s 4 i - 3 o &4 m . Ed-rulit- 1705. t, FANCY OROCERIES. Preserve. Jelly, Apple Butter, Mince Meat, Cod Fish. Mackerel in Buckets, Map's Syrup, at rout, Pickles. Cbeooe, Crackers, Tea Cakes, Macaroni, Buckwheat Flour, Rice, Beans, Hominy, Shredded Oats, Ac, Ac. 5U i& ' Oat-rao- il. v'' MHMHamHHHMBHi WPlow and Wagon Gear on small mug!n."ffu -- t 4. I . ':gk Tsr?v -- ' V. ""' d t .. ' I V Sir r m Walen Main r Apnlo Butter, Byrnps, Prunes, Dates, Ugl, , , . Joe F. Watbm. & Kraut, Drlfd Peaches, Dried Apples, Deviled Uam, Mackeio), v HutW ,!;! g.-no- sx TEitJia cash on ao da ts. w We deliver all goeds In or within a mile or so of IlOWiAND or Stanford. 8nd to us for Sugar, Coflee, Flour. Xfal. Bacon. Ijinl. -- GROCERS, Street. - - w Beans, Baaeyt Stanford. Cannel Gcods, rresrves, JeUy. Candles, Raisins, Cocoa, Tuoius D. Raket. 'fnu Molasses, Hominy, ffl!"' Potatoes, Cibbage, unions, Sardines, unnsmon, Cloves, Queenswarr, Tinware, Lamps, Chlmneyf, Coal Oil., Btarcb. Soap. Tacklfl. InwHr Khn. Parflrt. ilVai ir.V. W.wT ' can motion In ourjin.,' and Tindwe BU."rte7aaU.fa1tlon We also have Seed Pota toes, Onion kinds Garden uy special anongeraenU, we can supply ourSets aid all with chickensSerfs, customers by dozens or turkeys anytime, We have added a big line of Plain and Fancy Butter. Piwi. Cheese, Crack err, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons, Pine Apple, Banannas, Sv'r?!?' in'rj 'ree?r ' 1 1 Harness, Sudtllcs and Bridle, nleo Plow and Wngou Harness, Manufactured and warranted by the reliable firm of W. test every time. Prices satisfactory, always. glslssssjtesa! Sices Iglssacsss.J -- R. Carson A Bon, whoso work stands the Come to see us. fTATBIlS A ItAXEX. H. c. Rurpmsir, S1EBCHANT TAII.OR. I have received and still receiving g S8 New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising the best In the market, which will be 'r Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Uono in City or Country. Give Mo a Trial. KC- - O- - RTJPLBY. 1 M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drags, Chemicals, & STAGG, Stanford, Kyn Franlx Allison. Musical Wall Paper, Wines, Books, Manor Instrnements, Stationery, Clears, Pocket Faints, Cutlery, Soaps, Tobaccos, Oils, Perfumery, Lamps, Mackla Fire Arms, , Oar Jewelry, Sllvcrwaro and Optical Goods Doparlinent is In Charge el Col. Thos. L'cliurua, yrlio will Repair Hatches and Clocks promptly and la the beet style. Needles. Wall Paper, 1,-C- mmm ff Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. aiaiaaiMiaiBiaiaBsasMBHsBaBsaeasssBaiBNBtsaaiaiaisBaaaMa , ;ron isao.ztiM lt ,'"' Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. ed for hirr. -- B. K. WEAKEN. Stanford. K iU Stmi-MttHalnlm- ot wu:nxl Go p. BftODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE C0UNTT. MeCrearr on Silver. Hon. Jaraea B. McCrearv made a speech in the House of Representatives on Saturday in opposition to the suspension of ell er coinage. ne eald that the questions most engrossing the public attention at present are: Shall the coinage of standard silver dollars be suspended; stall there be free nnd unlimited coinage silver, or shall wo adhero to rlsllng law, which ciuted 2S.000.000 of standard silver dollars to be coined last bed. Married, at tho residence of the bride je&r and which requires the Secretary of leaj than two, nor in Gum Sulphur, on the evening of the 4 h the Treiaurv to co n not more than four million of dollars per Inst, by Rev. Mr. L'vingston. Mrs. Sallie Frith and Joseph Roberta. month? -- A few days since whilo B. II. Conn was He said that he disapproved of the crltl been made against the returning from a visit to PrcachersvIIle, cisms which had respective friend of these measures. Such tbe mtilo that he was riding slipped and important questions should be diecused fell, pitching his rider forward on the fairly and ciudully and without passion frcztn ground and bruising him considerably. A he is a good, templar no one is to or prejudice. He spoke of hie resptct for the opinions blame but the mule. The Bacial hop given last week at the of all, and particularly of the President of and the Secetary of the residence of J. L. Brooks, in honor of Mr. the United States Treasury; and dec'ared that, when our W. E. Lb?, was a success. The belles of ablest and wisest men differ on great the evening were Misses Ada and Lela questions which involve the prosperity or Shropshire, Finnic and Jude Crawford and the country and the harmony of the peo- L?la Francisco, of Gum Sulphur, and ple, hasty action is improper. At present Misses Randa Tate, Lizzie Hutchison and there is a great diversity of opinion among SillleRiwhnd.of Brodhead. The beaux were loo numerous to mention. those who advocate a change in our moneMr. Mat Rowland and wife and little system or in the laws relating to cointary age, and we should ba sure that the welfare daughter, Mattie, of Sixton, Ky., are of the people and the good of the country visiting J. L. Brooks and wife, of thi" will be promoted by the enactment of a place. Mtss Ella Ramsey, of Mt. Vernon, and Misa Kate E. Staple, of Turner's Sta. new law before we Jo it. He did not believe the coinage of etan tion, Henry county, aro here attending iard silver dollars should bo suspended, echool. Cnas. McRoberts, of Stanford, is Bet-li- e and showed that silver and gold bad been at present a guest of our town. Miss Crawlord, one of IJrodhead'a belles, Is metals used for the coinage of money since the beginning of commerce among civilized in Madison county yiiltlng her sister, Mrs. nations, and that the Constitution of the Lou Moore. Mr. This. Cherry has iust United States recognizee the bimetalic eye returned from a visit to friends in Pendletern. ton county. In the world of to diy toe quantity of The Mormon women held a large meetcold and 'silver in circulation is nearly ing at Salt Lko Sunday and resolved to equal, and that 768,000,000 of papulation uphold the right of women to go into polyofjthe countries ue silver ai the They say that thousands of women dardand 187,000000 me both gold A"d gamy in the Eist, now in prostitution, would be silver, while bat 92.000.000 of people me glad to be made wives such as the speakers gold only as their standard; therefore, if It was maintained that the govsilver has been tued in our country mace wre ernment here had no right to say twomen '1792, and has been the uudium of coinage It might hs well take the of civilititioo, and is shall not marry tnce the bejlnin and compel virgins from oppnite course, now used by uine tenths of the human race, clo'utera to marry. Such oociil preferences why should its coinage ba stopped in the should be respected. United States? No demind comes from H n M J. Durham is being prominent the people for a suspension. The cjuntry is not suffering by the annual addition ly mentioned for the next Governor of Kenbrainy, bustucky. Th State demand .now being made to our coin currsucy. To meet the growing wealth and popu iness mm at her helm, and among all the Nation of our country, we should have con- good material at her command, no better tinued coinage of preciaus metals. Hj re choice could pv b'y be mde than to se fcrrad to the retaun given by those who lect Mr. Durham for tne place Ha avian to suspend the coinage of standard rare executive ability, has the essen is sober, dissilver dollar, aad said that the silver dol tial buriiie quaMB-ittirtn'is not as alleged, a depreciated, light creet, reliable, and to be depended upon at lar weight dollar, but has the same number of all times and under all circamitincc-r- . grains of pure silver in it now that it had 8helby Sentinel. in 1792,and has mora silver In it than the Dr. Ralph Richardson writes that any silver dollar of any nation In Europe, and ono may be cured of stammering by simthat It contained 412J grains of silver and ply making an audible note in expiration alloy, and contained the same now. before each word. Stammerers cai sipg as Thirteen years ago silver bullion was easily as bther persons. Jacky Broiler, of worth more than gold. If the war on silver Chester, who made a hrze fortune by cur is stopped it miht sjraln soon be w.rth . iog stammering, stuipir made lua pupils cinch as gold. sav 'her before each word beginning with a The parchatisg power of the silver dol consonant. iar is the same now as the gold dollar. Ruth C. Burton has been appointed In reiponee to the allegation that if the pMtmaater at Taylorsvillc. coinage of silver Is continued, gold will be Bucklen's Arnj'ca Salve. driven out of onr country, he showed that The best Salve in tbo world (or Cuts. Bruises since silver was remonetiztd in 1878, that Sores, Salt Qhoum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chipped more gold had been brought Into thii Hinds, Chilblains, Corns and allStla Eruptions, country than lal gone out, and tht--t and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, more sliver had gone out than had come Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money in. refunded. Price 25 cents per bos. For sale by In answer to (he statement that the pub. Penny A McAlIster. Ho debt Bhould be paid in gold to keep our Interesting Experiences, credit to a high s'andnrd, he referred to Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, (he contract and the law under which the Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three years public debt was created, and showed that, have tried every remedy on the market lor Stomaccording to the various acts of Congress, ach and Sidney Dlsjrders, but got no relief, until used Electrlo Bitters Took fire bottles and the public dtb'. na piyabls in coin. Bn am Ino cured, and tulok Electric Bitters tho best asked wby should Concrers compel the BlovJ Partner la the world." Major A. B. Itetd, debtor to mid mure silver to tho coin than of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an he agreed to piy, and why should Centres old standing Kidney afftctloa and says: "Koth lug has ever done me so much good as Electric stop tho coinage cf silver so as to make the Bitters." Bold at 50 cents a bstllo by Penny A dollar harder to cb'aii '.' McAlIster. , Congress, by the authority granted in the A Captaln'sFortunate Discover. Constitution, coined money and regulnud Capt Coleman, schr. Weymouth , ply Ins between and contracts have been AtUntlc City and N. Y., had been troubled with he valne thereof, ennde pursuant thereto, and the ritjht to a cough si that be was unable to sleep, and was pay according to the ttros can not he jut-i- f lnducd to try Dr. King's Mew Discovery for Consumption. It not only gr htm Instant, relief, oi proper taken from the people. but allayed tbe extruna sireocsi In his breast. To put more silver in the dollar will op Ills children wre similarly atleeted and a single Iticst the debtor; o put in less will oppuat doso bad the same happy effect. Dr. King's New Dlncorcry is now tbe standard remedy In tbe the creditor. Colt man household and on board tbe schooner. He end that all existing financial coLdi-vio- ns I ree Trial Bottles of thla Standard Remedy at Invite us to a conservative policy, Penny A McAlliter'a Drug Store. The prosperity of our couotrv, enl tho sue- Potithe Care for Piles. ecu and happineu of the piople are para Totbepeopleef this county we would say that Mrs. Mary Conn a few days since lot oae of her best tnllkcsws. -- Many of our citizens are attending court at tbe county seat this week. Woodyard & Frith havo received a new bollor for their saw mill and will be ready for business right away. The store room of Flynn & Cable la newtog completion and In a short time tier will open up a full line of groceries. II. T. Carson, who has for a number of years been a sufferer from a bronchial trouble, has bten for a week confined to his Be Warned Kidney diseases may bo prevented by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparilla. When, through debility, tho action of tho kidneys Is perverted, theso organs rob tho blood of its needed constituent, nlbumen, which is passed oftln tho urine, while worn out matter, which they should carry oil from the blood, Is allowed to remain. By the uso of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, tho klducys are restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or In time. FOR SALE? Ita.lm A nlre saddle Stallion, 3 years old, by Oa Tltuo. 'OR COUQMO htiu OR t J US If'. i 1A U'HOX. FORJSAIE. Ten Btscxs of Hay and 100 barrels of Corn, near Mors land. M. CAHTEit, Mllledgevllle. )t llsBlllH S8ySte J. KTOTIOB! I offer for sale, privately, Four Houits and Lots; also 22 Aoroi of Land. I will sell as a whole, or in lots. It la ths prop erty ot tho lato A. K. Smith, dre'd. M. C. HHITII, Adntr., lOJ-t- l Crab Orchard, Ky. Bright's Disease prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparilla alio prevents Inflammation of tho klducys, nud other disorders of these organs. Mrs.Jas. TV. "Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Plain, Mass., writes : " I havo had a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with ray kidneys. Tour bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparilla made mo feel Ilko n new person; ns well aud strong as ccr." Y. M. McDonald, 40 Summer st., Boston, Mass., bad been troubled for J cars with Kidney Complaint. By tho use of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, ho not only Is ,i&Mk0i " Desiring to change my residence, I offer fur raid My Beautiful Suburban Home, With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mild Wet of Lanrnstsr. The house Is good, so are the outhouses; there Is a good orchard, Ac. Terms epual to cash. Addrcsi tne at Lancaster, Lock fox SO. 103-- lt : v--: a ? It, 11. AOK. i EETG 'T jl jlm es x isr. ithr4 at' lhrlj tl frP . '" 4 it im miUilac ttprotorfttl rHMtpU thai tooato 1 tlnainfBlB tach. m Uta TalM tal tt Ihrr-- rTnrrnSlq! fDrrabra U villi taa trailiff nut Wtan M ih m iiiHa plant aftNavi-I l siatU it fr tarn la kUMtf U li NolhwT mitm Atta NEWCOMB HOTEIi 3IT. VEBNON, KY. a n This old and Hotel Is still maintaining Its flue reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to tho traveling public .Tf. 2 XEWIYHtlt, l'ro'r. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 83-- t 4naii.ifltiiirr tot Hiit Qvn a CjM, nt)cjrnrLUB tti M alaiaU. tt tannAtarttna-- 4rrtil fr H. Crttaof rriea. fair hI"iwm ALTERA. TAYLOR, AtUnU.OaV rj-- ai H G.4i,rr 'lli.itCft faur; ae1 CblUa IllTEI.KniHKT Ttftaib. CORDUU rf aaJabl 8 Unfold. fi Itoth for ulo bf Dr. M. L. HOUUNK, Prevented the ilUenio from nMimlns a fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. Jolm McLelmn, cor. "Brldgo and Third M., Lowell, Must., writes: "For several j cars I suffered fioin D)ipcp!a ami KidlU'V Complaint, tho latter being so severe at times that I could sc.ticcly attend to my work. My npetlto wa jioor, und I was much emachited ; but by unlng The Bucket Pump & Water runner BOURNE ! man at Doyou know Bourne, the the new Drug 8toret Knot, lose co time In making hta acqualntanie. Ha is polite, accommodating, and nils hls'gocds lower than the lowest. Uahasjuatrectlved a new cargo of Paints for tbe Spring trade, a splendid as scrtment of Landrtth's Seeds In bulk, the Celeb rated LeMate'a Bock Crystal Spectacles and DruggUts' Sundries, Surgical Instruments, Musical Goods, Show Case Articles, and a baM-hadre, en any l'uinpor Elevator yet Invented Thecups deacending lull of strand full cif wster, clrculatrs thg air Irom bottom to top of cistern or well, removing wiggles, wstee bugs, aud rendering the water pure, retuoe-In- g all color, bad taste or smsll. This Pump has an improved cntin; nonnasio cei twisuu; eacn cup Is soldered permanently, and instead ol a link, a flat piece ot galvanised iron la kied. lk not purchases pump until you sea this. ImiiroTemont tian MYERS HOTEL, STANrORD. E. H. BURNSIDE, KTs! . - Propr Very respectfully, ATER'S H. II. IIIGGINH. This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Roputation, AND arsaparilla my opc:lto aud digestion Improved, and my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggists. Price $1 ; Six bottles, $C. Prepared by Dr. J. C. A cr & Co., to well. Mass., U. S. A. Living Witnesses Testify. Iti Memphis, Ttnu., Nov, II, I have tried Bradfield'a Female Ileuulalor, aud find It splendid, and all you claim for It. Itespect fully, iUTTiK A. Lowe. Due West, 8. C.Nov. 17, 1MI. I base used one bottle of your Fcinae Itegultr and can recommend it to tbe public as being a spe cific for the diseases of women. A Full Line of Drugs, Patent cines and Chemicals. Medi- lUi Proprietor it DeUrmined that it Shall be deoond to no Co on try Hotel in the 8tate in ita fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort ef their Gneita, As for TotlstlArtlcloa ry, go liamcdlaUlyto well, If you want lo mar- BOURNE'S, Opposite the Myers House, Stanford, Ky Bagatswltlbea?era rial Yours truly, llurica fliilrit to aid from da free of rkargs. Hperlal srcoauoiatltkt os to CoHsserrlalTiratelers. The liar will always sstsllsd with tae choleesl braads of Lloaori aad Claars. Ague Cure Malarial AYER'S Valuable Mill Property for Sale The property known as the HustonTllle Flouring Mills will be cOred for rale to tbe highest and best bidder, on Smlthland, Texas, Nov. 14. 1SSI, I havo been taking your Female Itegulator and think It a great medicine. Hare rrcommetiled is toseecraJol my fdcntis, who hare used it with mottbsppy results. Saturday, April 10th, 1880. This property Is new, coromodlouily locate.) at HuiUdtMo. Lincoln county. Ky.. In a flue farm ing region; runs two ts of rbur burrs and one ot corn do.; la lurnlshtd with ample machinery and tbe later appliance ami Is capable of doing Urge and excellent work. The aale will bo poslllTe. Ttrm made known on day cf sale. ir. . SMITH, 102 td President Uuitonvllle Mill Co.' Yors truly, I" M WiiaTtar 'Vfl Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengus (or "Ureak-bono- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd nil diseases arldng from IS WARRANTED to curo Fevr and nt poison. roa-eess- , "JIarpcrs, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen montJis suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to curo, used a bottle of Aycr's A$ue Cure, and have never since had a chill. EDWHi" I Wrstervllle, Texas, Nor. II, I Ml. Having uwd your Female Itegulator with great success, aod alo tbe Mother's Krletid with the same result, I send you lay thanks and best wish e. I think retry female should know of this boon to woman, namely: llraldtM's Female Ilegu tator and the Moth't's Friend. Mrs. James TiloiirsON. Knpeetlully, Union, Oa . Nor. 10, IWt. I hare been tnlng yourfetnale Itegulator for some time with tbe Wat of results, and rind It to I Just woman's best friend. what you claim for Mrs. W. L. IlKarks. llespecttully, 1 1 u.i.... Bleeping Cars. From . - tu Through Coaohea and Pullman LoiIINTllle tO ClllCMRO, Cliiclnnatl lo C'likHj;. IuiUiimitiolltf to ChlcHjcu THHOUGU TIME TABLE Via Loulullle: Lre. Loulullle Arr. iJirsyelUw... - irmeifo ..., Lve. Clndnnatl . " Indianapolis......... Arr. Chicago..... . Dally , DU W. B. PENNY I rTTTTTTJ M.and toSr.u. necessary. 1 SrAKFOBDD, rtoiiUnt. Offlce on Lancaster strict, rest door to Ihtm kiob Journal office, tifflce houia from s to 11 IT Anuslbelltsadinlnlsured wher harper:' 1131-ly- r. We areconitantly receiving such roluntary 7 8 tJa ra JMoni Dr. J. PRCPASED DY C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. liEK F HUrPMAK. Mass. HCIIOTSOW BTANFOU1), DEHTim r- KY. Ofilce South sldo Main Street, two doors abor tho Myers Uotel: rs Nitrous Oxide Gas administered wbtn qatred. Send far our Treatise on the Diseases of Women, mailed tree. Addiou IlaALriKLD ItKOULAToa Co.. Atlanta, (la. For sale by DR. M. L. ItOUKNC, Stanford, Ky. p m l7I iOpra Mam jo p p 8 O0a m Via Cincinnati . 1 11 17 SO a m I tfi p ru f ll LUMBER! Dressed Pine Floorlng.Ceiliog, Weather Boards, Pinishtag Lumber, Oreen Lumber in the fioufh, includicg Laths and Shingles. M.. fbally except Sunday. lUnml SUiu rla the m Be snroyonr ticket reaJs WHISKYTOR SALE. Hundrod nndTwonty-Fivo TJarrola. SUGAR Made by W. M. Ball, one, two and; three yean old. Apply at once to 86-- lt JT. A. l.YTLE, Admr. CATHARTIC PIANOS AND ORGANS. Meaars. 8 R.A L J. Cook are Agents for the jonn inurcn a co. J'Unos sn I urgaiu, wnich following most excellint Instruments: Knabe A Co., Ilaselton Bros., Dersker & Son and Everett Planoi. AUo, Clougb A Warren and tbo John Church .1 Co. Organs. These Instruments (L. K. A. A n'y) as it Is the qultkeau I he Ust and most direct line to Chicago and points In tbe Northwsst. Tickets via the Monon IlouU on sale at all pria- Vor tbe convenience of our customers In Stanticket ofacos. For rates, luix and lull In ford and rlclnlly we bare arranged with Jeo. ad J rets to kerp on an assortment It. Ueireis where theyhli y arils It as cheap as formation, B. BALDWIN, O. P. A., Chicago. WM. of our Lumber, ran git A. J. O'UEILLY, 0. d. A., Loullrllle. from us direct. He will also make estimate for any bills not i n hands, which we will All oa short 31 El. I notlro. t I) A 334m Lily, Ky, MONON ROTTr a cll IS rin, Abdallah Messenger. GHESIIPHHO Now York. OHIO K. ITeadache, Nausea, DlzzlncJi,nml Drowsiness. They stimulate tbo Stomach, Liver, and TSowch, to healthy action, assUt digestion, and Increase, tho appetite. They combine cathartic, diuretic, mid tonic properties of tho great cU value, are a purely vegetnblo compound, and may bo CURE are most excellent in tone, of great durability and wedefy conpetlllon. Allof then, are warranted for Are years. Inferences: A. 11. Penny, Mrs E.M. Cutwater, J. M. Philips. J. M. Moore and James btnn'.ir ; Mis. Maggie Holmes, o Crab Orchard: Uen. SV. J. Laudraui uud Miss Uuffman, Lancaster, Ky. Lis-zl- Kcntuck)'i Route EhhI Washington, Philndolphta and T.rirf. lUlllon, slrel by Mretengrr "SLSSf-- " The only line running O. & M. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI Thedlrrct through lino and irom mount blearing, we haTe been given tho Agoncy of Dr. Marchlsl's The suspension of silver coinage will no promote prosperity. At present we should ndhere to the existing law, which rrqulroi not lees than 21 000090 nor more than 48, 000,000 of standard eilver dollars to be coined annually, and the coin now In the Treasury not held for redemption purpoaiw should beapplieJ according to law to the payment of the public debt. lie closes by navln: "I bslievo that the tiucceas and happinees of the people will be uest advanced if the sgliitlon o: me silver ueetion should cease and attention be turfied to reforming the tuiff, reducing public expenditure, restoring American vessels to the waters of the world, reclaim j'ng the public lands, lessening the tare?, and encourailng eJucitiou."' Gov. MeCrearr was warmly applnulid and congratulated a; lite close ol his re marks Beavers on Fall Creek, nesr Welling o , Kansas, have cut down 100 trees this wii (er, some of thorn eighteen Inches In diam-tefloated bouift of the logs nearly a mile down the r'rMtn vid built a complete thin ' wr - ' Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. For sale by Penny A JIcAlliter, Druggists. Can Be Done ? By trying again and keeping up courajo many things seemingly Impoulbls may be attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases ol Kidney and Liver Complaint bare Uen cured by Electric Blttera, alter everything else had been tried in vain. Co don't think tbero Is no cure frr you, but try Electric B.tters. There Is no medlolna so safe, so pure and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electrlo Bitters will cure Dyspeptla, Dlabatee and all Diseases of the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach and Liver, and overcoin) all Urinary Difficulties. Large Bottles only 50 cents a bottla at Penny A McAlIster. tthat taken with perfect safety, cither by children or adults. E. L. Thomas, Framing-haMass., wrlics: "For n number of jenrs I was fubject to lolcnt Headache, arhlng from a disordered condition of tho stomach nud bowels. About n year ngo I commenced tho uo of AjcrN Tills, and V. 1'. lia o not hud n headache since." Ilauuah, Gorniley F. O., York Co., Out., writes: " I hat o used A J cr's Fills for tho last thirty years, and can safely say that I havo nc cr found their equal as n cathartic medicine. I nm never without them lit my house." C. D. Mooro, Elgin, III., w rites: "Indigestion, Headache, and Loss of Appetite, had &o weakened and debilitated ray system, that I was obliged to giro up work. After being under the doctor's caro for two week, without getting any relief, I began taking Aycr's Fills. My nppctito and strength returned, and I was soon enabled lo rcoumo ray work, In perfect health." I old established route Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in tho West. Two (2) Three Only DiilrTralus (3) from Loulsrllle to St. Louis Dally Trains from Cincinnati to-- t. Louis. lO ftottrn from Loulatllle and Cincinnati to lit, Louis. Tho Only Lino by whloh you can got n Through Slooping Car From Clnclnsll to St. Louis. I'thoonly Una running CO JZi. J.U.U KJ. Xr TT through from Louisville and Cincinnati tOSt. Lou Is, all other routes being mado up of a combination of small roads. A Mlsilslppl Hallway runs Palatial Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coach-e- a oa all trains. Direct and close connections are made In UNIOM DKPOTd with diverging lines by theO. A. M. Hallway, thus aroldlng troblesome trans fers oy otucr routes, larlsslppl Hallway la tbe only Hue The Ohio A between Loullrll Cincinnati ana hi. utuit under ono managemint, running all tla i rains inroujn touu an I in conar)uens is recognised FIrst-Cls- ts Itouto bo twecn those Cities. .Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines partlculsrs as to rates, time. maps, circulat or any desired Information, or write to "Pltn O eicpln The Ohio Ayer's Pills, nr prtKrAHEb Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. Mass. Fwtvt Al,K It ,- -, s Trav. Paaa. Ag't O. A II. ll'y. (Somerset. Ky. W. M. PEABODY. W. 11. 8HATTUC. Prra. and Oen'l Man'gr, Uen. Pass. Ag't, Cincinnati, O. ! ilUUT. it, hUUMA, THE P.EV. (EO. H. TtlAYEK. of Bourbon, tbe latter led , i ays: 'Both oiTielf anl wlfo owe our lives with c.mforali'e iiir imi fli ti - ch land . of No. and in npir.itf trwi-iI ISO to 8iULOlli CONSUMPTION CUIIE. For sal 1 Knob Land mi Maxin'- n ar Jt nfo d. All I at M. L. BournVa. snd any ono of this lan'l lm b'o'i iJily urre" ABE YOU MADE mlwrsble by Indlgrstl.n, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? bblloh'a Vltalfzfr Is a positive cuie. For M'.e at M. L. Bourne's. WHY WILL YOU cough when Sblloh'e Curo will give Immediate rrjlelf Trice 10c, 50c and f 1. For sale by M. L. Bourre. rum kemedy- -s iomiito sniLoii's c curo for Catarrh, DlpbtberU and Canker Mouth. M r r t t' wUtilnc to piirclmn" en Will Mil low for ot-- h or .i, with intorett at 9 i ir .vui; p. h. I I wlili in rill (ttrMiamill Fork Land, on eon'alnins (.1 ieJI-- e and lh third It I Hstielne t'ptnf K'il one HO (i, -- !, 'v A Clear Skin luoks like it. . Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. is only a part of beauty but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what ,i mi .. uj illl'.g ou me. time, hands high, foa'el In 187a, ( hlef, slra i.f Slaud Weeaenger, 10i, for whom $15 000 Ut Un rnlusd; Marrel, i 2 1; Out. S yHars old, mt.nl. J gr ., firth beat on a heavy tract, Hob llardlrg, tilil J 10, AM Al dallah, trial ilV., and other (ciual'y inmleiDK and onto. First dam Kuile br Krnt'nel Ilia slroof Von Arniln, 2 19', voId to ioi. hlttson for 810 fOO); Annette. 2 t. A , JJ6, Young P.ntlnel 2 23: MUnou 2 27'.,; Vlrsndlnt 2 2o,, capoui i u uranu eniin-- i nentiMiiss full brother to Volunto r. thn sire of "l Julian. a IIS. (Hosr2 17; Alley 2 19, lWxlun 2 Ami i2lV ard a score Huntir2 more In tbe 2 10 class, ctcctiixl dsiu Kitty Hirers, thoiUin of It. rtleUIrl, reconl 3 00; year old record 2 37 op slow irsek, acd thegrand dam of Maud Mrswu r. 2 iGVtf, by Alexandei's Alxlallsh, theslroot lio d.n.lth Mld,2 1, ttnti. ind K;, Almont, AIkUIUIi Thfmdl Pilot, Ac, Ac Third dam hy Ibid Jicket, sire of Kmlucky VmIk s, 221, and thegrand thndsmof dam of Ho bo, 2 17 V, "" Wilkes, lro of Phil Thompiou,2 10'; Prlu o V.'llkis 227, Ac Foyrth iiiiiu bii oiu iuuu iiiKir, uiuuk',1 ui'ii. inn uiiii by W. L. Vance, ol Merter county, Ky.. and Mil" Jioied tobeof Mrssmgei I)W1. lied Jiuktit was sired by Comet, by blirrrr an Morgan, tbe sire of Vermont, lllact Hawk, lb aire l Fihen Alien end many other trotlite. ittd JickeL'a ilaiu ttrs sired by a halt brother of lllack Hawk Nntln.l and Alexander's A bda lab aru IkiIIi by Hyidyk's Hsinbleton'an, tho g and lire of Maud H, 2 06 i; Pt. JulUu2ll;, Jc and Is tho sire of Dexter, 2 17', ; Nettle. 2 14; Orange (llrl, 220; (liorge Wilkes, i2indM olheis with records of 2 80 or better. MosMnser Chief was sired by Abdallah Pilot, slro of Plclerd, 2 184; Ited 1st dun Is slater In Jlro,S yniro d record blonlofflrn (Jeo II. lhouu, slr of Hcott'a Thomss, 2 21, by Mambrlno Me seugr, sirr of bcond dam by Mambrlno Iwlnskl, 2 2V Chief, aire of Lady Thorn. 2 lt)K, Vtoodfbrd Mambrlno, 2 2iyi, slro of Panco,itt. lre ol Patron, old record, 2 111, slru ol Mambrlno Patchon, do Third dam by Imp. Napoleon, an Kngllsb Hunter, ?c. Breeders will obscrro that Abdallah MetaLger Is ueaily a full brother to Maud 2 1CJ,. lher hare tbe time sire and grand dam. Ills nam la better bred ilwn Mrud'a. ifn is a sure fjal getter and n horseol Do rtyluard catrlage. Hlacoltt aro young but the uio.t tirrm-lun- g ol I by h m wae band-le- d I .ver saw. A a few months Jait aeuaou and could easily sin w a 2 40 gait Hhe Is smooth and nlo', 10 hands high. Hd was batdltd a llttln whou 1 years old on an could half mllo track to a hoirv unity ea'lly show a 2 40 gait; nas been in the stud since exercise, lie with no driving not oren enough will niaVe, the season ot )8?fl at llryantarltle. Ky., n I i"riiiy Volt tio to &t 925 to tnen a mafo In foil, or CIS by the seaeon. M?uey due In latter cash at tlmoof aurlno. Address M'JI. O. II7A.V, Uryauterllli.. gO'l iiiule P, fl. Will also stand uiu or W. (5. Dl'NN. Jacks at fa to Usury If. r btr PULLMAN NK1V SLEKl'IMJ CAILS AUD A SOLID TRAIN Louisville, Cincinnati & Leiinirton, Ey.. to Washington Oily, 2J' U, iwt lt Fast Trains for Connecting In tbe ssme derol with Wow i2), The Direct lloute to Lynchburg. DsavIIIk, Norfolk snd nil Virginia and North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, apply to your uturest ticket omce or addles V. W. lion-- r, Dlv. Freight and Passonger Ageut, Lexington York. Ky. O. W. NM1TII, Otn'l Macarer, Oou'l rasa'r Ag't. Ulchmond, VlrelnU If. W. FVLZ.KB, Louisville & Nashville R. R. TUB OniCAT L.&N. 10 THE -- ?3 THROUGH TRUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST WITH Mes-rog- Pullman Palace Sleepers. IiOUiHVlllO toNiiHhtlllr, a-- Atlanta, Mcniphlr)' lr lunar MAUU) ock, Alobllu nail Net? Orleans. Only one change to points In JjloiitKoniery, lo Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS eeeklcg homes on the line of this road will receive special rates, .....- sMrHeA nf thll rVimntn. i.. Hi Ac, or write t;. bare a a n. FP, An, "Hbf rd, Kt nuijirif ItuliM, I Pf C. abal" Iall.iijiM i 1 S. r, Kino ata P-- r (Yearlings and wranHoht that wii el low and any of my fine 1th iiii!i Hd di.ik Iiu.1; or to will 1 at Dose of Plulnrlew, exchange for fjt Iks Auiov.tavtko . 7.. ' U. P. .tf ytUf. ,tutl ft" ' i n malU . i3H." aurlr (ftfiHTM) NAME li.1 V f a fc...... "M iMta., ). ... r. Aiuuttr:, o, p.a v Luuisuii, a., Ky