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XIV. &mi-TOtelt- lg It ntefitf unfit m & STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1886. gnteriorgcnrmtl ant break in the monotony of palace life, to havo a good romp at Blind Man's Buff. with the "conqueror of the world," m Akbar waa called by hi courtieM It ts an amlablo side of tho great monarch alsn, and I recant the attempt nl tuy guide book to difcroilit tho lognd and tarn tho Ankli Mlchnuli into a prolate "Treasure chamber," aa though "Blind Man'n Buff" was unworthy of a great king; who tnut needs either ha cutting off heads ontiiido or tre-ecn- NO. 107, FOR SALE! rss Vfgv mH 1'nbllnhctl TueniliiUH nd Frlitnu -- AT tjU l'J3A.NNUM, OAHII. rlllto ex- understood If woetcdlt that 81.60 pectcd and demanded. - W. T. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Praise tha Lord. God is Lovo and ing Elso." Aoiia, N. V. In blicounttnj- - hoiuj Counting out Ills inouoy. I prefer to leave the great Akbar, with Noth- i India, Jn. 10'b, 1880. CONTINUED FROM LAST IMUK. About 6 miles from Agra, In a epacloae garden whose extent, nt a rough guess, I should eay was about 20 acres the remains of "Akbar the Great" He entombed. The name of the place is Stcundra. That lr, "Alexander," In our lingo, Rome think tbe namu came from the great onqaeror, who in his lust of But he never Empire came to India. ptnetraled as far m Agra his great battle with Porus having been fought on the bankt of the Jhellm (Hydaipes of history) far north of Lahore Another Alexander (Secunder Lidl) had a will a here, and It ia more reasonable to uppwo the place took iti name from Its owner, than that It bears one, choen to commemorate the invasion of tha great Macedonian. It Is carious, to those who beliove as I do, however, that according to this name bjlongi to ' thellMh" I feel cinG tent tha this mighty Macedonian wjs one of tho tribe of Din the intrepid pioneers of naval and mercantile adventure. Just aa I quite believe r, that the Greek, or Djnlts, of hemic Not tho were from the same stock modern Greek, whoe mongrel mediocrity hai no claim to decent from thoo grand conqjorotii of old. The Diiial, who cap Si- I'oriu lured Troy, were of the imperial Abraham-illanv; wfe stock, and Alexander, of Macedon, got tuewt lady, and w hare the moat his greatness, by reason of the "blue blof-dA little further had the proml-- o of Uni elaborately ornamented houieof all, where that daughter of Ilirbul, versal Empire. hi Htnloo wjfx-- lie ltn I In rxceetUnt: els'e. This Ilirbul was 8 this tiacunder L)dl was an Afghan the noble Hindoo, who accepted AkbarV monarch, who held this region, until an. eclectic religious sjateat and got hi. daugh- Other Israelite "mightier than he" dispos ter in as Eoiprtaa Nj. 3 befors or after. It .mh1 him, and "reigned in his Btead." This was B titer the grandfather of the Is not hard to see what converted him. The Afghan, aa Is well This Bubal' daughter' palace was the great Atbar. "hoaey nnoa" hone of the European in known now, are Israelite none other terlopor, for a while It is slruply a two than descendants of the captors of Baby. storied pnllgloua carvin- g- tha like of Ion, win refused to return to tbe "Holy Not a stick of Lard," with Exraand Nehemlah. which I have never seen In this royal gtrden of Bjcundra, ac timber in tha entito etruclur. The four 15 feet tquare and high cording to the cheerful cuitom of there roomt below are and oneaolid mass of curlousstonecarvlng. Emparorsof old laying their bones where The upper roomi, the same, except that they had enjoyed themelv most in life lhey areaurrmuntol with exquisite domei. we have one of the mott elegant memon-toe- s of tboee gorgeout times. The guide bjok ears of this: 'Nothing The superb mausoleum of Akbar Is in exceed the m v.lveneM of the materials can excep'ing the m'nutenea of the finish. It theex.ct centre of thla '20 acre garden, ap. bad proached by 4 broadjeausowaye, converging eeeoia as If a Chinese that etind on tbe 4 from tbe 4 gaUa-Ayemployed upon a cyclopsan nionu-mentben several sides of the noble quadrangle Leaving thla bswll lerln? ma of chla. The whole ia geometrically exact, and the led stone, we wander off to the sandstone effect most Impressive. Tho satewaya are islabtej, at the bick, where atalls for 102 not alike In grandeur of eixe or elaborate and W) camels, with Bangers and neat of adornment; that to the south, being hor 'ope rings In alone, still perfect, are very the chief one, and In every way a fitting sugeretive. What a eight it must have extranco to tbe magnificence within. Tbe been with AkbarV beautiful horse, each Gothic arch which belongs to Israel, as In his luxurious quarters, giving wondroua much aa tho Temple at Jerusalem did is equine life to the tceae. Another court, hero in perfection; admitting under its suyard crossed, and through another archway perb etretch to a dooml apartment of lofty exit atd we are in the great flagged enclosure, dimension; which paved, one makes road-froMahal or by another arch of lib pattern. The 70 yards by 40, called the Kh of thla palace tcateway ia adorned "particular place," where the Emperor his own special Khwabgah or "place with many colored marblee, let into the had unique and In short. It is red sandstone, and of dream" hit with 1 door, and symmetrical patterns, most pleasing to the very p'aln and simple, ia hardly less only 15 feet equare. In onotber part of err; while the garden front ornamentally elegant. this sptcloua court la the house of Akbar'e Four graceful, white marble minarets Turkish wife meet gorgeoualy carved and the "gem" of the won- surmount the 4 corner, which when perin some repeots drous collection of palace, It is simply fect must have almost rivalled the incom lndectib .We in detail -- bslng a aolld mase parable towers at the Taj Bat they have been sadly defaced by the Hindoo cotquer- of delicate chisel work. gentle reader, you will have on, who for a brief space held the capital By IhU time, when their empire fell to gathered, that this great conqueror wai an of the Moghuls arrange ptecs; before the last and strongest master "Eclectic" in his matrimonial the Anglo Israelites possession menU as well as in his religious flews. In of all took The Rajah of who hold it you will not be far o it of which judgment Bhurtpore turned his cannon upon these the way. BotI am tired of describing as you graceful mioars, in pure wantonness, and doubtlex are oi reading, about things you knocked of! the dome crowned pavilions, with many feet of the exquisite marble have not seen. 11 is ait very unuiuiacio you work benath. The four -- mere stumps rv. I know: and mos. to me, who want lo eee through mj eyee, aad yet you havo perhaps 60 feet In height remaining, still finish only one pen to tell you about it. I get tell how perfectly the symmetry and of the original towers ware. hugely disgusted with mraelf, a I try to Toe central attraction, of course, is the portray it, even in part. tomb In tha middle of the garden, which to epea or me Time would fall, exor "public audience) ball;" the riaea to a heigh of 74 feet, in 4 terraces, van oi nw iwu nan;- - actty rquarv, u iun iu.m Dirtan-- i Khaa, or "ipeclal auaienoe "5 etorlea paiaoe," tone, tbe fourth of pure white marble witb the Panj Mahal-- or tha a perforated screen for the supreme enclo from whow pretty colonnaded terra and sure and 4 gems of light and airy pavilion-Kiosk- s court tviatitlee took tbo evening air at the corners, with glided dome-set- ting flowed the lovely landscape on every aide off the whole in a most wonderful nights, when tfce moon waa on summer liea below, in the usurldlno hltrh In tha heareaa; ci of the way. The emperor man's Buff al Barbie sarcophagus, which occcupiee the a -- in Miflhanll or "Blind 38 feet Eaa- - oentre of a domed apartment legead rum-t- he TTnnM." where-t- he The perforated Barbie eCNea, played that game with tbe ladiea of tquare. parpr ralla la aa equal space nearly 100 feet ex the household, roorimcgat onui up prlaonera" of the actly above, where a cenotaph, of equal "atate they were-m- ere afxe with the wrcsrjnagus, but much more conjugal sort- -It mint have b.n a pleaa 10. f e his-tor-- 4. Immediately contlRUOiis arcs the nn Dirroun euperb bulldinjs of the palace many cf Iheui crfeotly preewd and ne handsome as wlu-- built, but totally me-leand deserted. It return atrance that maenlficnt edifices that cost million can be put to no Ue whatever, but just stand, at. Hat it tenantlest, far tourist to noble outer "busints Is a fact Akbar1 office" or "Duftur Kbana, haa been utilized M a dak bungalow, for the conrenience nf carnal visitor ; and one exquisite Rem of a nalaco was one allowed to be uved by wetf lln. titrtUe.frir their "honeT MOOtl." Hut this custom ba I) ten dlicaotlnutd of late, and now the whole echoes only to the foot I. ni of siohlteeni. who come, for a brief well moment to "count the palace"-"ma- rk "hastea away" as we the towr"-a- nd did. In 3 houri w i saw all wo carod to ree wonderful as I' alt wsa Leaving the tuonjue and tomb of Bulim, we Waited the grand i larter of the Sollana of Akbar, w.'io, altho' not the tnoth-ero- f his eocewsor, held her place o honor .he as his firit wif and "u'l couirt"-- ai of abiut GO yards, wa. A (jmlra-mlwith eiejan: court aad corner KIoks, and pierced" la'tice rcreaas, and all the reot In mxit psrfrct taste an I exacution, wlih wJrthj of the mf nificenw it was Introductory to. Then we croi a paio.l oourt and hate another palatial, iquare building, in red .anditone, mjt wmletfuliy carved with out aad witlrn whM AUbar'e Corin as tbe thought, no honoring to him, that he was really great enough for an occasional game of Blind Man'ii Ball with tho poor secluded dnniM of his haven, and built a labyrinthine atrurturc, at large cost, for their en)vment. It la greatness "in dres ing gown and slippers," it it true, bnt he looks none tbe le-- "grrai" to me, for this peep at his unglrt private life. Oar jaded steeds (aver jaded whether morning, noon or nigut; aio hoobed up and wo return to Agra bj 4 r. M. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Barucs. a Januauv rtM. s ivory-worke- r ." s magnificently ndorned, Hc; optn to tbe sky, and only intended to ba shaded bv n pavilion of cloth of gold. The plsces for the uprights, to sustain such, are thpre, as when origiually built, but of course tht-rIs no call to expend thnurands yearly in renewing tho costly awning. This lovely court ia one of tho thines It ia purity itself, In the tinselled marble, and tleganc? f, in tho pierced eorecn, with thnir intricate and various geometrical pattern. Through apetture, left oti purpose, the finest vlows of the turround-incountry may ba hid, notably, from one, of the glorious "Tj" eix mileo away renting uron the eastern horizon like a palace ot tho fairies, just risen from tome unknown depth, to dazzle the eyes of tnor tals for a moment and then vanish. One can have no idea of Its unearthly charm, and how unlike its every surrounding it is, without actual inspection. It always stem cd to me like a great bubble of beauty that might burst anv moment, while I was look. Ing at it. Agnin we met tho 09 names of Allah, on AkbarV tomb -- carved in exquisite squares of Arabic character on the cenotaph. Oa both cenotaph, above and sarcophagus, below, tho Kalamdanor"pen box" occupies the centre of the smooth fiat surface of the top of both. It is very significant this symbol on Mohammedan coffins. I can not tell you how it impresses one with its silent appeal to Him who alone can write above any human being what he is In truth. Epitaphs are synonyms for lies, so often, as man writes them in partial ioye, or kind nesa of heart, that Je inortuu nil nui bonum, The Mohammedan conception might teach ut christians a lesson. A name a date a text of rcripture that is perhaps all one has a right to cane upon the unduring stone, to ba aure that no untruth is perpetrated by the chiselled marble. Tho garden at Secundra ia neatly kept and tbe llowtrs of varied hue flashing beside the broad atone causeways, Interspersed with the orauge and pomegranate, are very grateful to the eye, wearied with the glare of the road by which wo come to this love-I- f spot. The walk', overshadowed with the mango, palm, pe?pul and tamarind Irets, are moet pleaaant introductions to the architectural Heat before one, in the insjtection of tbe crntral pyramid of tcr races, with their endlenj variety of adornment. And I can not tell you how it enhances the pleauro of (,'0'DE over thteo magnificent relics of the past, to know that they are monuments of the proweea and of my "kindred according to the flesh." For "blood Is thicker than water," and I am glad it. is. I would nut give much for a man who wa not "proud of his kin." I am not ashamed to eay I am proud of mine, becaure they are so dear to God for "the Father's sake." The spot, where Akbar sat, surrounded by his intimates, after the duties of durbar were over, above the stately gateway of the Secundra bagh, is yet pointed out, and then, he loved to come, until he went through the grand Gothic archway for the last time, and returned no more to rule an Emplrr; for he bad surrendered, in turn, to the grim conqueror who rules all but God, and those whom God makes more than corquerore, through eternal love and it glorious gift of Life through Death. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Barnes. e inde-cribab- le g go-nl- BHsasB sa V .BIF hsh JMB flflLM h$ S) A nice raddle Stallion, 8 years old, by On Time. IM-J- sH II'. ii. JiAU'SOX. FOR 3ALE. Ten Btscks of Hay and 100 barrels nf Torn, near Moreland. JI, VAHTISK, MllledBevllle. J. I offer for silo, privately, Four Housr 3 and Lots; also 22 Acres of Land. I will sell as a whole, or In lots. It la the prop crty ol tho late A. F. Smith, drt'd. v' H3UTU, Adttr., Crab Orchard. Ky. s' MR URET WOODSON IP'OjRu of whoso appearance can bo gained from the above, is one cf the youngest, as he ho Jsalo one of the brlgh-e- t f.nd brst of the Kentucky Pres gang, He was born in Madisonvillc, Ky , August 10, 18W, bat received Mi education at Evansvllle, Ind , to which placo his father removed at tho close of the war. Developing an early fondnera for tho art prcerva-tive- , Thla nowdernsTrr varies. A rnarTtl of nurltv. he started the Eransvtllo High School strength and wholcsomenoss. More economical than the ordinary klndi, and can not ba sold In Atgut, before entering his tecna and was ils competition with the multitude of low test, short phosphate piwders. Sold only weight editor, publisher, foreman, compositor, cans. alum or Roth. Bakiho Powdxr Co., In 100 WaU Street, N. Y. prestman and carrier, doing the work outA rtetty fa'r Idea Desiring to change my residence, I offer for sale balk. My Beautiful Suburban Homo, With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mllo west of Lancaster. Tbe house Is good, so are the out. nous, there Is a gol orchard, AC. Terms epual to cash. Addresimeat Lancastor, Lock EoxSO. . Ml. 11. SOUL. M-- lt POWD ER Absolutely Pure. VU. W. D. FENNY, SfEWCOMB MOTJEIi 3IT. VERNON, KY. n This old and Tlntnl U t tl m,!n. talnlng Itt fine reputation. Charzoa rnaaonakla. Special attention to the traveling public I 83-- side of school hours. At 1G be entered the employ of the Eransville Daily Qwrierand remained until he was 18, when he bought a small printing1 office and newspaper at Princeton called the Echo, which he after wards removed to Greenville. The Echo soon ranked among the best of the country papers and was ae mnch of a success finan cially as it waa intrinsically After accumulating o small fortune, Mr Woodson sought a wider field of usefulness and in Ojtobtr, 1881 bought a half interest in the O?enboro Mcmngcr, which dow has the finest plant in Western Kentucky. It ia published triweekly and tho advertising demand is so grett iipouit that It in frequently increased from !' regular eight column alz to nine columns. It is conducted on a metropolitan scale giving all the local news up to a late hour of going to presa and epeclal telegram of all important events of the night before iu iue Mr. C W. g Brar.ford is the senior member of the firm and together tboy get out n paper creJitablo .alike to their energy and ability. Mr. Woodson was married to Miss Bettie Ford, daughter of dpi. S. H. Ford, of Osensboro, a lady of great bsauty and attractivencsj, in February 18S5 and they are one of the best mated aa .well as tha handsomest couples in nil that section Pos'CffeJ of a bright and discriminating mind a ready and graceful writer and am bilious to a laudable degree, Mr. Woodson is destined to climb to the top of the ladder of fame In his profeialon and his friends ars watching his career with pride and conHe if verv popular with his fidence. and at the last meetbrethren of the ing of the Aaaociatlon, they showed their fondiicaa by unanimously electing him Secretary of that body. We are proud to claim hioi on our list of especial favorites, both n a man and as a journalist. enter-pricin- 6 noceaaaij. ruoR JoDRirar. office. M.and 1 to 6 p.m. Anesthetics administered when 15-l- nn.. an r.n...4i,f STANFOBDD, KY. Dontlat, tn J. P. NEWCOMIt, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. .(.mi. mxt door ia Ihts- Utiles bouts from s to 12 a. O. OHIO &M. liEB P HUFFMAN, & MISSISSIPPI R. W Thodlrect through line and old tstabllihed route irom KY. Office South side Main Street, two doors abovt Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii the M tors liotol: ana an points in the West. Pure Nitrous Oxide Gas administered when required. Two (2) Dally Tralnt from Loulsvlllo to St. Loult. "'ww iaiij j rams irom Cincinnati tofct. Louis. BTANFORD, BTJROEON DENTIST. W HISKY FOR SALEo Only Hundrod andTwonty-Fiv88-1- 1 Barrolu. Made by W. M. Ball, one, two and' three years old. Apply at onco to A. 1, YTLE, Admr. hours from LouIstIHo and Cincinnati to vt, Louis. Tho Only Lino by which you can lO got a ThrouRh Slooping Car From ClnclnttltoSt. Louis. J. PIANOS AND ORGANS. John Church Messrs. B. B. A L. J. Cook ara Agents for the A Co. Pianos an t, Orjaus, which embrace the following most excellent Instrument!.- A Co , llazclton Bros., Decker A Son and Knabe Eyerett Plauoi. Also, Cloujb A Warren and the John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments ""through from Louisville and Cincinnati toSt. .Louis, all other routes belnz made up of a combination of small roads. TllG O afeTVT ,s'ue only line running The Ohio A MIsslsMppI Rillway runt Palatial Sleeping Cart on night trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains: Ulrgant Day Coaches on all trains. DIK85:J clo,a connections aro made In UNION DfaPOTd with diverging lines bv theO. A M. are most excellent in tone, of great durability and we defy conpetltlon. All of then, ara warranted railway, thus avoiding troblesome transfor five years. References: A. R. Peony, Mrs. fers by othir routes. E.M. Cirbcntcr, J. M. Phlllpv, J. M. Moore and The Ohio A MlsMssIppI Kailway It the only line James ligiiley, Stanfor.1; Mrs. Mugjio Holmes, between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts e Crab Orchard; Oen. W. J. 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Penny AMoAlliter. The property known as the HustonTllle Flouring 'They talk about a woman' ipbere An Old Citizen Speaks. Mills will be oflend for (ale to the highest As though It bad a limit; and beat bidder, on Mr. J. M. Morris, an old citizen of Rome, Ga. There's not a place In earth on heaTcn, says that he had been badly troubled with KidSaturday, April 10th, 1880. 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Largi site. tl. Shortest and Qniokest Bonta from Oan tral Kentuoky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fatt Line Between BOURNE'S, LEXINGTON at CINCINNATI Schedule in Effect Oct. 11, Wo. Bourn-Bourn). 1885. Valuable Property for Sale C, No. i ptr pro NoTU Ex. Sun. 2 00 2 82 5 0 Ex. Bun. Falmouth " Cynthlana... Arr. Parla. Lexington Lve. Paris- Lve. Covington.... Dally ' 11 11 12 8 10 a m 8 10 9 55 a in 9 31 02 a m 10 V9 40 a m 11 00 7 pm Arr, Winchester. " Illchmond.... " Lancaster .... 11 11 43 12 SO a Bowland 2 CO p ml 6 13 pni 6 00 pin I pmlll mil 03 10 17pm pm 5 23 pm pm 610 pm 7 23 pm pra pm p a 111pm 15 pm pv Lve. Blcbmond.. Arr. Bares " Livingston.. o. 2 05 p m 3 30 p tn 6 00 I ami 11 .. Noara-Boux- No. No. S No.1 Lve. Livingston. uy that To we havo boen given tbe Agency of Dr. MarchUl's Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 60s a box. For tale by Pinny A McAllster, Drugftit. Positire Cure for Piles. the people oi tblt county ws would Interior Journal bTANlrOHD. ,KY. ISereA ......... Arr. Richmond Lve. Rowland ... 11 Lancaster Arr. Richmond.. Lve. Richmond ......I Arr. Winchester..... Arr Purls.... ...... Lve. Lexington ..... Lve Paris Cynthlana .... " Falmouth ...... Arr. Covington ..... -..- .-... . 10 22 a m 11 43 a m 7 IS ami, 8 05 1L 00 100 an am it t4 am, pml 6 03 am 1 23 7 05 a ml 2 25 8 (S ami 8 25 7 8 8 9 25 a m 20 a m S3 35 a tn am am -- - am ll 80 a 2 40 p in 4 20 8 30 p m 3 20 S 68 p m 6 64 8 87 4 40 m 8 00 p m 8 43 . pm pm pm pa pm pm BCATSVIIXE Noam-BouB- BKANtia, "KbTsir Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Bun. 2 00 Trsnar 420 " Lexington ' Paris It published , every Tuesday and Friday at tbt What Can Be Done ? Arr Mlllonburg....... low price of Carlisle.. By trying again and keeping up courage many YEAK. " Johnson things seemingly Impossible may be attained. TWO. DOLL Alt " MaytTilla Hundreds of hopeless case of Kidney and Liver Complaint have been cured by Eleetrlo BltUrs, after everything els had bean tried in vain. So don't think there la no cure for you, but try Electric B. tiers. There Is no medlolne to safe, to pur and to perfect a Blood Purifier. Electrle Bitten will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Distant w the Kidneys. Invaluable in attentions ofStomach and Liver, and overcome all Urinary DIBoaltiet. Large Bottles only SO cent a bottla at Penny A McAllaUr. W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. PElt Lve Covington-- -, m m m m to OS a m 10 60 a m 7 25 a 8 20 a 8 47 a 9 09 pra 6 23 t 3 48 6 10 7 07 7 60 pa pm pm pm pm pm BOUTH-BortH- Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Sob No. 61 "T&4" 3 8 73pm 4 15 4 47 B IS 6 10 or all ciaaaaa Lve MavavlUe-.- -. Neatly and Cheaply XSxocuted. JohnMn... Oarlla- UMlllertburc. S4Sam Hann?" "Madam," he said, rather confusedly, "I had a colored nure, but it doesn't work with boyal" Air Parla--.- -- . M " Lexington..... M Orlcxton ..- -, Noti. Trains 6 37 a m 7 20 a m 7 48am 8 15 a m 9 10 a m ! 45pa pm pm. pta pm 80am 843 pa 1 WILL YOU BUFFBR with Dyspepsia and Llv-t- r Complaint: BhlloVt Vltaliier It guaranteed to Aoevdlssovery is that, by the simple ours you For tale by M. L. Bourne. um of citric acid or citrate of silver, sea THAT HACKING COUailfcanbe M quUkly water may be made drinkable. By this tured By Saitoh's Cure. We guaranty It. U. L. Btaat chloride of silver Is precipitated, Bourns. CATARRH CUBED; health and twtet breath aad a harmless mineral water ia produced. by Saitoh's Catarrh Remedy. Prloe We. a half.plnt of secured An ounce of citrate renders Natal Injector free. For salt by M. L. Boorae. water drinkable. If tbe fact is sustained SLEEPLESS NIOHT8, made miserable by that by experiment and analysis, the discovery terrible cough. Shlloh't Cure is the remedy for you. For tale at M, L. Bourne's, is one of the gte iU4t value. Did you ose Supp- r. S and 4 are dally between Lexington aad. CoTlnjton; other trains arw dally except Sunday- Diraei conn ctlonsars mads at Winchester with Chrtatwakt A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Uuatlngton, Cnarlettoo, W. Va., and Eastern clt-I- t. Win-tbxu- Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It Is for inflammation of all flesh. Fut Line.- - Not. 8 and 4 run via WincheeUr. BolU Tral si, with Pullman 81eoplng Cars between rUatlnatlon rracbed by anelanati and Richmond, Va., and WlncheiUa and Wublsiton, D. C. Through UcktU aad W. II. WniTTLESEr, a.K. B.MOBSE, Trav. Past. Agtnt, Paatanger Agtnt, Lexlnainn, Ky Covlnxton. Kv. It, v. i'Ui.L.otk, vn Yi.iiXITU, Managtr. tian. General rallroad: bag .... any f my k V - "l fnAifxi,. ji ,., ji "Tici ffTMWWtSHu j5cmi-8BcrtlBlnlmcri- 8iI Stanford, Ky March 16, The flno steamship Oregon collided Exposiwith a rchcooer Ewt of Fire Island and managementof the New Orleans tion to Rex the King of the Cirntval was sunk. Although thero were 800 persona on made by J. Soule Smith, In bis usual hap board, no lives were loit. 1886 py vein. Falcon is apparently as much of The strike at Poducah of the Chesaho is a most ornate and facile peake. Ohio and Southwestern road is end an orator as The welcoming speech on tho put of the The atovo firm rcallstug that tho Spring Besson Is lust ahead and tbat their new Spring ami Sum An exchange thinks thai Kentucky is mer good i will toon login to arrlvo ami that thoy uiuit wako room for thttr uuuiually large orders now rlaced with manufacturer! In tbo Kit, bare decided to fell for tho The men Murphy and Ford, officers of fortunate in having roacbod the bottom of the court, who conspired with tho judge to her treasury, as the Legislature ii sure to murder their politicl opponents and did adjourn before long. God grant it. ahoot ono dow.i in cold blood on tho streets To the Democracy of the 8th Judicial Dis8TIIICTLY of New Orleans, suffered iho extreme pen-altrict. of the law in that city Friday. The By virtue of the authority vested in me execution was a most miserable spectacle as Chairman of the Committee of the 8th The two men took poison with tutcidal in- Judicial District. I hereby declare after a And lo convince tho public tbat we mean what wo say, wo quoto the following rloc on Groceries. tent early in the day. The doctora camo careful examination of the official returns, 11 rounds (lranulat18ugsrforll; IS lta Cleatlried N.O. Bu;ar tlj Id lbs Ontn XtttloN.O. Sugrr c and labored for honw to reetoro them that J. W. Alcorn received n ms jority of SI, 3 likgs. Arbuekls Colloo 10c; Church's Arm and Hammer Soda, 8c lb; Nnl Oun Towdor Tea IVaehpillo ich; and all other rUi; beit itlcV Candy tCclbj 3 lb Can Tomatoes tOcoachj Sib to consciousness, but failed in their chari- -. all the votes cast for Circuit Judge and 11. Canned Oooda to mi proportion. Ileal London Layer lUlilm 16J$c per pound; but Headlight Coal table intent. When the appointed time C. Warren a mijorlty of all cast for ComOil 15c per gallooj fine Patent Flour JI 71 per hundred, and all other goodi at tbo time slaughterer culprits were carried out to monwealth's Attorney at the primary eleccame the rate Facon's flight of fancy. the BC&fljld in a limp and unconscious tion held March 6th, 1SS0, and that they And on Pry Ooods we will go cne better. Hare reduced all 7o and 8 prints to 6?$e and all So and Ce Describing a walk on Si. Charles street, prlnfaloSJioptr condition and suspended, as they sat in are therefore the democratic candidates for rrd. Our entire stock of Dress OooJj, which embraces anlco line, reduced In same, New Orleans, Falcon eays: On eome ot proportion. AllourllKo llleached Cotton down to 10c; all our 10c to 7c; all our To to 5o par yarl ' chairs. The history of this caBO Bhows their respective offices. the porches wero lovers. 1 thought thoy and all Klannele, LadlM and Gents' Woolen Underwear and Jeans, of whleh w hare a largo stock, fu7 tbat position end influence count for J. E. Lynn, thUaeiaon of the year, w will clow out nt 5 percent leas than manufacturers' cnl. We mean It; and were lover, for the day and the surroundnaught in one of the Southern States at If you want toaooour bargalnnureeuoughjuit ask ua to show you wlut w have douooo Our Winter Cn'm'n Demccratic Committee 8th Juhis Clothing, Hals and Caps, Hoots ings were enough to make one love and Shoot. least. The judge who is a brother to one dicial District. C grandmother, and when a fellow sat up in Of course wo ran not glTO you In this small adrertlseruent the price on all the different grades of of the executed men, is serving a term of 20 Below is the official vote by conntiee: the shadow of the urn flecked vines close to goods In thts line, but on Impectlon, If you don't say they aro tbo boat prlcwofall, wo shall not aik years in the penitentiary for his part in the a maid, whoso dainty slipper peeped half you to buy a dollar's worth. Aod on Notions and all Kurntshlog Goodi and Hardware of erery deof his conspiracy and tried to save the neck scription, jncludjngall kinds of Farming Implements, also J : 3 out from her coquettish skirt, showing just kliTdsof Kurntture, you will find corresponding figures.) Queonsware, Stores acd Tlnwaro and all f vw,n brother after he was himself convicted, by g 2 COUNTIES. J S a gleam of white hosiery, and she looked at Now we feel confident that this admtlMment will create consternation among our neighboring swearing that he did the killing himself. s s 5 a him with languid eyes, and her rouud, red merchants, and we exrxct Halt Columbia on all sides, but we hopo the brethren will bear with ui, u Great pressure was brought to bear upon lips seemed to kiss each other for want of we must reduce our stock and know of no other way to do It and know tbat this will. get the death Bojl the Board of Pardons to We are now ready lor the grand rally, to eome one and all and bring these quotations with you and va 640 SJ3 .. 3 something better to do, and her sighs float. 2tt 223 1W JJO sentence suspended, but the law and facts Caser.. re that we conlorm strictly tolheui In each and erery Instance. Thanking our friends and the pub.................... 670 542 72i 203 Garrard ed through the yielding atmosphere like a lic generally for pait fators, we are, most rtspecttullr, 13SC 203 1151 375 were against the accused and a petition Lincoln ...........-.- .. gulf stream of aromatic roee leaves, he 810 108 219 171 -- .. not. Rockcastl- ebearing 27,000 names availed them 65 67 176 187 .. Russell.. would be a cussed fool if bo didn't make , . Ml 631 156ISJ7 DAMULLE. BOYLE COUNlt. is a terrible vindication of Pulaski... The execution 250 H 1H 643 ... Wayoe.... love to the divine creature who sat beside the outraged law, which will go a long MoJ-IlVIVY, Smiley & Peter sell the best coal at him. I presume these people here make ICY. 4081 27!fl 3171 3121 ..... ways towards deterring others from such Totals lowest prices. Kenlove to one another just like we do in 1'325 SO of our Majorities crimes. The morals and reputation Gibbons keeps the best selection of tucky, and the way I saw some of them de own State would be greatly improved if it wall paper found anywhere. See his "ad" vouring each other with their eyca made THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. could be ehon that men of high places in next issue. me feel as If I wouldn't object to being one and those with money who commit crime Jo Haas, dealer in furs Ac, sold re- of themselves provided I had not gone out There are eight different bills to proaa tho common people, will be punished as a punishment for cently to eastern parties his stock of skunk, of that line of business long ago. Even vide the whipping-pos- t but it will never be, so long as our jury -- bUCCElfcOIUS TO- larceny. coos, mink and other skins for $3,000. now, old as 1 am, I wouldn't let a pretty laws remain as they are, and the Court of Mr. John W. Yerkes haa entered pub- girl burden the air with sighs all around The House passed the Pleurop nenmo- Appeals continues to hunt for technicalinia Bill by a vote of S3 to 35 over the Gov lic life, having been appointed a member of about me without telling her what ties instead of considering the facts and ernor's yeto. the Board of Trustees of the town of Dan- thought of her, for I am determined that I justice, with a weak executive to fall back Mr. Bobbitt has presented a bill pro- ville. And luring also purchased cf Drlgbt A Mitcalf their stock of will not sit still and let any woman bite upon when these usually reliable hinder- - viding for flood-gate- s in dams on Green In the County Court this morning Mrs. me. ances of the law fall to rescue the murder River in this and Casey counties. Martha A. West qualified as executrix of But, of course, nobody tried to bite mr. er. We need a change and a new deal all The House withdrew the resolution to the last will and teetiment of her late hus- I have long ago learned that if a fellow around, but we can expect no aid in that adjourn on April Fool Day, 53 to 31. We band, M. Q. West. will let the women alone they will not be direction from the present Legislature. Bettle Cahl was drunk Sunday night apt to chase him down with slauth-hound- s. knew it would. Mr. Bobbitt voted'aye. There is a possibility that if the con- and tried to take possession of the Cincin- Of a verity there are exceptions to this The evils of our assessment laws are disadvantage in companion victs were all put Into the Legislature they nati Southern depot. For this she was put rule, but they aro few. I know perhaps shown to our (Monday) We now hare- with other States. The New York Sun would not be found to interfere with any in jail and will be tried this half a dozen men in Kentucky who have to evening. Louisville Commercial. taking the figures on the value of horses honest labor. 1 know a dodge their female admirers, but Dr. Harry Cowan, while driving a hundred times as manr who are always The Palaski county mob is so consid says: The heaviest blow at the Slate of -Kentucky has been dealt by the United erate as to agree that convicts may be em- young hone, was thrown from the buggy standing around with their mouths open leg broken just above the States Commissioner of Agriculture. That ployed "constructing railroads, anils and and had his right waiting for a plum to drop, when the plum An will sell them as CHEAP as any dralerln Central Kentucky. break as officer reports that whereas the average val- levees," provided they are kept from work ankle. Surgeons speak of the has no idea of dropping. And however it Buggies, Carriage, Burrejs, Huck Boards, Spring Wagons. Farm Wagons, Lumber Wagons, Log ue of a Pennsylvania farm horse is $94 10 ing coal mines. It is Impossible to put the Potts' fracture. may be with others, it never cost me any Mn. Tim Murphy, who went to Pitta-bur- g wear and tear of shoe leather to get away Wsgons, Dump Carts, Plows, Cultlrators, Harrows, Corn rianlers, Cum Drills, Ilupors, Mowers, Hay of an Illinois farm hone $75.21, convicts at any work In which they will and that flakes"; Hay Slacken, Grain Drills, Frod Cutters, Here Powers, rurp, WaUr Eleralora. Corn Basil-eron Thursday to see her mother, ar- from the gentler sex. They have always that animal in Kentucky, so long regarded not conflict with "honest labor." Coal Corn Mills, Cane Mills, Cider UUU, Haw M11U, Threshing Machine, VaitT Hiromt, Wa33 Itir-nehone-flesworth mining is the most suitable work for them, rived there just in time to see her alive. A treated me with distinguished considerais OomHoM, fJum Billing, Tackle. Coal, Lumr, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings aad every as unrivalled in its anonly $G3.69. Thus the supentitions of by. and if the State allows them to be driven telegram was received Sunday morning tion, and never forced their kind office up- other kind of gone ages fade away before the "bright sun- from that work, it must prepare to keep nounced her death. DF,,-.t3Sometimes I have wished that on me. C Mr. B. F. Armstrong and Miss Emma they would press matters a little, for I am them unemployed inside the prison walls. light of publicity." But whatever may Star-ey- ed , A. Watson ob'tained license to marry this very obtuse and need to be knocked down Goddew, the Nelson Record. tho We will also handle Mr. Armstrong is a railroad with a hint.-Tim- es. morning. peerless maiden, will remain Kentucky's MOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS. man and live in Lexington and Misa Watand hers alone, notwithstanding the Ken-The damphool element Is largely predom 0 proposison's people live at Moreland station in On the Gould system of railroads tucky Senate has condemned the There are not Lincoln county. They will be married at inant in the Legislature. -tariff on hemp. strike. men are on a tion to reduce the more than two scores of Intelligent, capa The Court of Appeals decides the 8 o'clock Wednesday evening next. Prof. II. K. Taylor, of the Logan Fe- Louisville registration law unconstitutional. The venerable Isaac Shelby, Sr., who able men in the whole body. The remain male College at Bussellvilln, is announced "KPSTJEZ- lived near has passed his 01st year, is in quite a feeble der are unscrupulous demagogues or un Remington Dedman, who in this issuo as a candidate for the demo- Burgin, was mashed to death by a saw log condition of health at the home of his son, mitigated arses, and their buncombe cratic nomination for the office of Superin- rolling over him. John W. Shelby. Mr. Jas. R. Carrigan has amendments to judicious and well considtendent of Public Instruction. A young Bradstreet's agency reports over fifty been confined to his room for a week pait ered bills kill nearly every worthy meas and energetic man, who has devoted his thousand men idle east of the Rocky Moun- with something like intermittent fever. Mr. ure suggested. The Hewitt revenuo bill, life to the advancement of educational inW. D. Moore, who ia convalescing from a prepared by the Auditor months ago after tains on account of strikes. terests, imbued with the conviction that a Tho Senate Committee on Civil Service severe pell of typhoid fever, has gone yean of study on tho subject and endorsed --. vigorous, live administration of the office has reported adversely Senator Vance's bill South for the benefit of his health. after weeks of careful consideration by a will inspire a better sentiment and better tocompetent committee, was in this manner Acd If close attention to the wants of our customers and honet gooda at rrlcrs Ryan Commandery No. 17, will repealing the Civil Service law. that Invite competifacilities and fully capable to discharge the tion are deserving of any merit, then we shall expect our slurs of the public The Brotherhood of Locomotive En- night confer the order of the Red Cross on almost completely annihilated the first day office, he enters the patronage. Our stock Is now duties of the important C. B. it was taken up in the House. -- Owenaboro gineers have in their organization 18,000 the following named gentleman: race determined to win and judging from country. Forman, W. H. Coppage, Fred Cooke, Thos. Messenger. out of the 22,000 engineers in the the large following he had for the office beB. Coppage and Z. Jones, of Somerset, and Cincinnati is to hare two branch We have but one suggestion to make: If his prospects are fore the last convention, after April 1, one to be located at Meeare. Harry Phillips and L, C. Alcorn, of the miners at Greenwood have been disflattering. He is a born democrat, a polisht. this place, R. E. Jas. M. Saflell, of FrankAvondale and the other at North It consists of a full line ol placed without any act on their demanded gentleman and a fine scholar. fort, Grand Commander of the State, and ing such displacement, the Legislature Goy. Knott has appointed Friday, Apl, Past Gr. Commander, W. L. Thomas, of Bhould appropriate a sum of money suffiThe Louisville Commercial strikes centre has been writ-le- n 23, aa the day for the execution of Robert Lexington, will be present and assist in the when it says that "Moat that cient to transport then to other and equally and said against the working of convicts Fowler for the murder of his niece, Lydia ceremonies. profitable fields of labor. But if the mi The Mr. Theo. Farrand, of Lebanon, ia is the sheerest demagoguery, proceeding ei- Burnett. ners have not behayed in a way to merit sinisvisiting her mother and other relaThe steamer Ike Bonham blew up here ther from want of information or from en -such kind treatment, then the ter designs." The small politicians and the near Vlcksburg, killing the mate and a tives. Mr. John M. Polk, a former citizen of the movement ought to be hunted down malcontents, who are never bo happjr than number of deck hands, besides wounding of Danville, now of the banking firm of and taken into the custody of the law. It And a complete stock, all sites- Harry Spoke & Co., Elizibethtown, was in when Btirriog up strife are at the head of many others. is our observation that the coal minen of John E. EJIis, who murdered C. E. town several days lant week. Mr. James the United States are the most turbulent of the business. They do not care for the laboring man half as much as the re- Stonestreet because he boasted of criminal McKay, of Jacksonville, III., Is visiting all classes of population. poor Richmond Regpublican party cares for the negro, though intimacy with Ellia wife, was acquitted at his cousin, Mr. H. C. Mock, of this coun- ister. -- And a line of ty. Mr. McKay is a native of Danville, they are animated by the same motive, to La Grange. Bio Moles. Wm. Craig had In town y but went to Illinois when a small boy with The Indebtedness of sixty-tw- o advance their own interests with him. old mule, 18 hands Monday a three-yeAND SADDLERY- cities In the UnitediStatea having a popu bis parents. Miss Bertie Letcher, of Hen- high and weighed 1,400 pounds. J. J. Wilhit a sentinel with a Home miscreant Also Suit, .lino anil Cement. All we ask Ii that yon give ua a tilal and we promise tbat 1 visiting her brother, Dr. J. H. lation of 20,000 and upwards, amounts to derson, is will not be our fault If you da notoonllnuo to trado with us. mare mule, 18 liamson had his Hoprctfully, rock the other night and he returned the Letcher, of this place. Mrs. M. C. Thurwhich the startling sum of $510,000,000. hands 1 inch high and weighed 1.GC0 salute with a shet from his musket, Bank at New mond, Is visiting friends near 8helbyyille. The 'Dime Saving pounds, in town also. Those two animals called all ef the soldiers to arms at Green Brunswick, N. J., haa defaulted for $80,000 Mr. D. 8. Hinman has returned from a wnnd and thev spent a sleeplf es night. The are well proportioned and in fine condition, and the depositors, principally poor peo visit to his children, who live with his standing side by side they look liko a following night a dynamite bomb was mother at Wilmington, Ohio. Prof. J, H. when ple, aro robbed of their hard earnings. which created another scare, but who last couple of elephants. They would make a In Gallatin, Tenn., the Sumner ',Houtie Johnson, of the D. & D. Institute up to this time nobody has been seriously burned, setting firo to a large number of week went to his former home in Talledega, team that would pull a tonguo out of a wagon or break a plow every time you hurt. The garrhon has been increased 40 other buildlngj, eome of which wero Ala., for the improvement of his health, The struck a stump. When it comes to a mule, soldisrs and no trouble is expected. The loss is estimated at $20,000. has been heard from since his arrival, He the kingdom is generally there or thereminers and those who asplro to lead them Tom Henry, the drunken clerk of tho stood the trip very well and ia getting betSaturday and passed resoluCalloway Co., Mo , Gazette. abouts. met Jellico Court of Appeals, was Gned S5 by the Lou- ter. Misa Bello Chenault entertained a -- SEAL-aa IK- that the convicts must go from there isville city court for disorderly conduct tion Nothing more original than the followand number of friends at tea Friday evening at and all other mines in the State. the residence of her grand father, Mr. ing answer to an advertisement for an "of- Drugs, Books, Stationery and required to give bail in the sum of $100. fice boy" has come under our notice lately; As required Secretary Lamar Richard W. GivenB. "Gov. Knott knows more constitutional Fancy Articles. Hero is the epistle juat as received: law than all tho lawyers on this flobr" said has submitted toj Congress a list of 4,500 GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Mister P 31 1 want tho job my folks ia Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded Representative Straus, of Bullitt, the other Indian depredation claims. The total numLancaster. Also not rich I havo to hussel thoy are ded it dav in speaking against the motion to pass ber of claims call for an amount approxiaMMMfhg,ujine'iiurccia!.v-The City Hall wss leased Saturday to betes hel how hard times ia i am 14 and can bill over the govern- mating $15,0$0,000. the Pleuropneumonia ewulng year. Tho do chores i look well with new cloeo I A daring expreea robbery was commit- M. D. Hughea for the or's veto. It is hard to tell whether this ia much of a compliment or not. ted on the Chicago & Rock Island railroad rent paid was $205. would like to get a good piano in your of-f- The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, remark Miss Amanda Anderson will givo a i can learn fast. If any of the legislators know anything of by masked men, who killed tho messenger Jowolry aud Silverware her school houao near LoOur informant says ho got tho placo ond any kind of law they hove not shown it and rifled tho safe of its contents, estimated basket supper at evening of the 19th. All should ia "learning fast." Ever bought to this market Prices well on the than Chicago Tribune since the eeeslon began. In fact the not at from $25,000 to $100,000. the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ReInpaired on short notlco and WarraatoJ. A cave containing about three hun attend, only seem to be ignorant of the law, but Sound Dootiunk. If the democrat, Marriage license were Issued to the foldifferent to tho demands of common right dred prario wolves was attacked by a party county clerk last party wishes to continue it muet nvold: of hunters, near Lawrence, Kansas, and lowing pnrtiej by our and Justice. rjubeldlea for education. Mies Eliza J. Woods, & additional property about a hundred of the animals "shot as week: Rice Ross and A bill to exempt Subsidies for shipping. uc,.,-.S..UUmMoees Simpson and Misa Emily J. Turner, I'lntrorm Wn.on, Sari MS,Wf dollarVmldcY fc Ey. they were dtiven cut of their winter quarfrom execution has pissed the House. totue First l'rjce. Wo hare no Subeidlea for extravagant and demagogic James A. Calico aud Misa Fannie Bryant. ftgenu, but for twelve years adds to this list and we hope ters. ery legislative 've dealt with tho consumer. e Tho The Owsley Riflja are resting on arms, penalona, convention at Sacrawo ship any wlierp , with privithe day ia not for distant when no debt can mento demands that tho Government ablege of xmlnliiK beforo bur. Subaidiea for unnecessary and demagogic expecting a summons to go to bo to epeak, Idk. We pay freight charges the infernal credit be made by law. Then improvementa." both waya If riot satlsfactorj. solutely and immediately prohibit all the bloody battle ground of Greenwood or "internal Wnrrantevrrrthlnirror'J years. ayelem will necessarily end. These aro danger signals which mark fine price only, Platform Sprint notified to Chineso invasion of thia country, and da Jellco. The Captain haa been Issamonimhi'M Virgluia Legisla- clarej carelc3a They all do it. The t. UtiM 0.irMV.i.A.kU.ik in favor of boycotting all who em- be ready to march at a moment's notice in BpoU in tho ice through which the OurllnmeM get a very chilly ducking, has voted down a proposition making ploy Chinese or use the produoti of ture skater may e cm o he should be called upon. th9pivinof railway ptuvwsto mombers of Courier-Journa- l, W. il, 1'ItATT, biciciary, labor. idiua Fraucw Wlllard, the most ftma misdemeanor ludwiuff. Ukliitrf. the State Government tr W. P. WALTON. writer. ed, the company weeing to make an advance Jrt wagH of 7 per cent. Tho latest news from the priumr election in the Eighteenth Judicial district majorities forRusecll for Judge ami Shuck for Commonwealth's Attorney. Tho trial of W. F. and W. B. Moss for the murder of Arch Harper, a celebrared case in Tennessee, has resulted at Gallatin in a sentence of W. B. Moss to jail for one day. Harper had slandered young Mots' slater. Blair's $77,000,000 Education bill has been laid awav to rest by the House It will not bo taken up for consideration at all until the third Friday in April, and then it is pretty sure to have a majority of the Committee against it. Mr. David Rice, of Leo county, la., eighty one years old, has taken out a lihw put-- d cense to many Altd. Duvtdtfou, guilty to eighty years. It would seem that this Rice Is ripening for the harvest of death rather than for the meshes of Cupid. An important factor of tho evidence of the case of II. M. Brooks, alias Maxwell, the alleged murderer of Charles Preller, disappeared. It is the chamois money-be- lt whleh Preller wore about his body just previous to his death, and which was afterward found in one of Maxwell's trunks. Com-mitteo. ous temperance lecturer in tho world, will deliver a lecture on temperanco at tho Christian ohutch Thursday evening next. Sho comes here under tho auspices of tho Women's Christian Temperanco Union. The Lancutcr young ladioi have or- eanhsd a "Toncue Guard" Socloty, cne of the rnlcj being a fine of n shilling against any member who shall talk about her neighbor. The proceed are to be donntrd Home, of to the Widow's and Orphan' Louisville. Miss AIHe Dunn, of Danvlllo, is veiling Mrs. J. C. Thompson. Mr. J. C. Hemphill is removing to his new residence on Lexington street this morning. Mrs. R. R. West will Bhortly join her husband In Washington City. Mr. West's appointment to a clerkship in tho Treasury will not prevent hU theological studies whilo in that place. F. M. WAIIE. J. ' H. VANHOOK. J I WARE & VANHOOK MoKINNEY.KY. NEXT TWEMTY DAYS IJ'oi- Cost ton! Carriage, lt ,-- " VA.:VL3 cto XjSLIVH:cCfL. WEAREN & MENEFEL GEO. D. WBABBUT, Farming Implements and Pleasure Vehicles, !. I-V-MEMSE STOCK, a. h, 3Ut-lLC3tir3E3L- be-fal- l, "-r. blue-grase- 37,-00- Grain, Wool, Field 8cc1h and other Farm Product. WmBm to Stay Complete In .Every BranchStaple and Fancy Grocers, -- t post-offic- es i Fair-moun- ring-lead- Largest Stock of Ifurdwnre in the City, Hamilton, Steel and South Bend Chilled Plows well-secte- d ar HARNESS W 0fflMf PHARMACISTS, Wtw by-la- w, JEWELERS- ia . IfrSPAPJ CARRIAGE HARNESS M'F'C CO. anti-Chines- nPtvUl-tig- S55. Chi-ce?- l' HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Those Indebted to the firm of Bright A Metcalf will pleaae call and settle tbelr ao We had on Rundar Hie phencmenon IlAntms nod aaildlery regarHcM oi1 co't. counts ns I am nbout lo lutve Stanford. H. of clear skies and a genial atmosphere. & Foster. Mctcah C. Bright. J. . Givens has returned from the March 10, 1880 Stanford, Ky A Nnw postofllce hu been eelabHehed at The wide awake firm of Wato A Van-hoo- k South and reports ready sales of stock at Moreland, with J. II. Mlnka is poatmaater. give a list of some of the low prices pretty fair prices. B. O. WALTON. - Uuetnoss Manatcor. tboy cfler, in another column. They are MUs Naomi Cooper died Monday Read the low prices advortleod by Ware straight and reliable men and make no morning at 3 o'clcck, need nbont 65 years. A Vanhook, McKinney. They Beera to promircs they can not fully redeem. For more than half a century she lived ar.d t.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. hare struck bottom at lant. n labored for the welfare of others. She has StkawuerrY Plants for sale. Old stan . Mall train going North.., Alcorn's majority is 1,325 and Warren's dard varieties one dollar per hundred, also gone to her ret tearing n stalnlesi record. ...11 15 r. w. " " eoum........... 1 Ii Ai M. Boutu 4 EaoreaitrAtn" Our accommodating railroad agent, E. oven 60. We figured the first at 1,250 aod i ii ii a Gne new seedling for a large yield ol Norn. MMMHMtMIMM 2 03 X. M. Fishback, Is securing liberal rates from all the latter at fid, which is pretty close all choice fruit. I have not sten its equal. Tbi jot ii calculated oo alandard tlrao. Holar around. qnarters to the idiots of embarkation, for Price Ave dollars per hundred. Address ma ta Jtlxmt 33 minutes fatterl m all persons bo contemplate the Salt River The meat delightful weather has pre J. T. Hockley, Danville, Ky. voysgf ; but is unable to promice return LOCAL NOTICES. vailed for the last two days and farmers tickets. DEATHS. (or the LANDUKru'd Garden beeda at McKaberta and gardsntr are- getting ready Teachers will please take notice that the spring campaign. E. D. Standiford is dead at Mrs. Dr. draft for GO percent has been rsosived. Those Louisville. Boy your school booki from Penny A holding claims need only enclose them to "Patronize firat hands." We call atMoAlUter. The entire community wan shocked Watches and Jewelry repaired on iho r tention to the largest line of hirneas, sad- yesterday morning to learn of the sudden me at Hmtonville in order to secure their money. I expect to be in Stanford Friday notlco and warranted by Penny A McAlia dles, plow gear Ac, of our own make eTer death of one of its most beloved citizens. shown, We propose to guarantee them and and Saturday next. whom a better BOY the Haaa Hor Komedy, the orlRJ-acity or ready Mr. James Paxton, than Our town was visited on Sunday by genuine, from Penny AMcAl sell them cheaper than any and only man never lived, quietly breathed his last made work. Call and get prices before Messrs. J. T. Carson, II B, Wilson, Grover at 4 o'clock and along and ureful life was AcoMrLETK atock of jewelry, latoet making your purcbaaes. W. R Cirson A endeJ the faithful servant of a loving Curran and Georgo Dunn, of Stanford, and Tu-n- y ityli. K V' it vU;lv n i 4.11 1. Son. Danville. Master had been called to his glorious re Witeman and McDowell, of A MoAliMer. Dan Gray, who is charged with the kill. ward, lie was nearly 03 years ol ag, Misses Bettie and Mc. Logan are making ing of Jerry Stivers and TheophoIusBcnge, more than 40 of which was spent in the arrangements for a permanent residence in PERSOHAL, wai lodged in J ill hero yesterday for rafe service of the Lord, for after professing re Louisville. Dr. Brown yielded so far last fall to Mtu. F. M. ANKI.KY la the Rueit of keeping by tho Sheriff of Clay county, lifcion and attaching himself to the Presby Kate Dudderar. popular sentiment on the theory of keeping Mr. where the deed was committed. A brother terian church, he followed faithfully tbe Mns.T. A. UnraiiAM, of LMnuaton, of Gray was killed at the same time and command: "Let your light so shine before annles without expenditure of care or la ii TlcltitiK the MImm Carpenter he himself was shot and cut tererely. The men, that they may seo your good works, bor, as to leave a few barrels lying in his W. R. Vbacii has retorned from jury hung on one of the indictments against lot. He opened one a few dajs since and Mit. and glorify your Father which is in heav was not surprised to find the whole thine a tlelt to relative at Junction City. him and the other was continued. en." Trils he did unoetentionaly for he was Mips Della Ramsey, a Richmond an utter failure. I don't remember what a niOit but in all It has been evident for some time that church modest and retiring man,enterprizss he said. beauty, UTlaltlnu Mr. J. M. Philips. matters, in charitable but Mb. Looia II. Ramsey and wife, of Mr, W. G. Dunn was losing his mind, TO THE DEMOCRACY OF LINCOLN. and in assisting the poor and afllicted, he Lexlncton, are on a tlilt to their parenU. bis friends disliked to admit the fact. Ills was ever ready and no call was ever made The County Committee having decided Musts Lucy Tate and Annie Shanka mania seems of late to be to imagine that on him in vain. For many years he had from Daughter Oollese on a flail. he Is Immensely wealthy and to buy every- been elder of bis church and It was a rare that it bas no right to go behind the rewere up Mrs. Mukthy returned from Rock thing he ctn from horses to Jowsbarps and occurrence to see his accustomed seat va- turns in the jailer's race, it becomes my and give checks on banks in duty as it is also a pleasure, to announce Caatle Bpringf yeaterday and U the gueat spectacle cant at any of the cervices, not omitting ed which he has no mono. Ills doctor and ask at a cordial support of the follow John 8. Hup,be. of her daughter, Mr. rchool, in which be took great his wife to return to her parents last tbe Sunday ing democratic candidates for county offiE W. Lillaud and Bob Elkin, Gait. all the walks of life, aa neighwhich she did and Mr. Dunn contin- interest. In ces, they having received pluralities of the of Lancaster, were here Sunday to lee about week, bor, friend, husband and father, he wss a votes cast at the primary election held the to go to the ued to purchase property until Saturday, Bidet nrderafor the model man and many other hearts will when bis father swore out a writ of lunacy J. E. Lynn, Ch'm'n 6th of March. front. against him. He was tried at Lancaster bleed than those of his immediate relaDemocratic County Committee. Mr. JoxB. Giumes ha a eeiered tives. A wife and three children, Joeeph connection with the First National Bank yeaterday and adjudged insane and sent to For County Judge, B, Matlie and Bettie Paxton, survive him at Elttibethtown and la at home enjoying the asylum at Lexington. It Is one of the T. W. VARNOli". and but for the sustaining power of faith saddest cases on record. a long needed reel. they would be crushed with the weight of y Circuit Clnk, rjOADE Beazley I$tm Ml3 Circcit Court. The spring term of this the loss to them irreparable. Mr. Paxton LouiaTille to buy her apring itock of for JAME3P. BAILY. court began yesterday and in the absence of had been ill with malaria and muscular millinery, She will be gone two veeka, Judge Ovsley, who telegraphed that be rheumatism for two or three weeks though County Clerk, daring which time Mr. Moody Hardin was detained by sickness, Judge Vara on no fears of his death were entertained, but GEO. B. COOPER. will attend to her business. was elected special judgo and Judge Breck the rheumatism attacked his heart a few PRor. and Mrs. James B. Walton, County Attorney, bridge appeared as representative of Com hours before his death and rendered his of DinTille, with their intereating children, D. R. CARPENTER, monwealth's Attorney Warren. The follow- case hopeless at once. Tbe funeral sermon Jennie and Eddie and little nephew, were ing grand jurors were then sworn and chargwill be preached at bis late residence at Ebcrlff, up Saturday to aee their couiln, Mr. I. X. ed in a very forclable and complete manner 3 o'clock this evening by Rev. A. 8. Mof-fel- t T. D. NEWLAND, Vaughan, of Richmond, Va. by Judge B : after which the remains will be laid RKmrsENTATiVE Bonnirf wai here Atstiaor, John O. Neal, foreman, J. T. RIgney, away In Buffalo Springs Cemetery. No yesterday and when aaked why he had not Joseph McClary. W. P. Grimes, E. D. KENNEDY, man bas died In this community lor years done better than he haa he replied, "I A. U. Pierce, E. T. Peace, whoee low will be felt more sensibly and Jailer, might be able to accomplish much good, F. M. Ware, D. Myers, J. none who has left a more enduring heritage but when 09 men are pulling the other way, 8, V.. OWENS, J. M. Hall, M. J. Murphy, of a good name to a loving family. it is difficult to do so." J. G. Smith, J. E. Bruce, Suirlntendent oi Common Schooli, Mrs. 0. R. Mabley, the widow of the The rink and dance were tery largely T. W. Miller, Jerry Briscoe, J. A. BOOLE. great clothing man, was married to the attended Friday night both by the home John Edmlston, F. M. Yowell, Among the Rev. Mr. Spears at New York Tuesday. County SurTeyir, and Tisiting young people. The standing juror were then selected as Old man Mabley left an estate valued at rialtorf were Miates Dlla Ramie jr, RichF. B. HOWARD. follow: mond, Allle Dann, DinTille, Annie Logan, $500,000 and this wss too much even for R. L. Porter, L. K. Welle, Coroner, the preachers to withstand without makKnoxTillr, and Mlvei Beiale Drye, Belle T.J. Hill, B. F. Powell, H. PENDLETON. Cloa Logan, Jude Weath-erfor- d ing an effort for. Alas, how soon are we Cook, Jeao Cook, J. 8. Bosley, J. E. Lynn, forgot if we leave our widows well supplied Jennie Rld, Julia Bradley and J. B. John Turnbull, G. L. Carter, SETT ADTEBTISEXZnTfl. with ducatil Mabley has been dead but six Cook, June Riid, Shack Huffman, Wolford J. W. Billey, J. F. Cash, months. Drye, Wm. Hocker, Lealio Rwd, June Pepples, Divld Richard Bibb, revivThe interest in the Jones-SmaHocker, Gei. Weatherford, Doo Drye, of G. D. Hopper, W. M. Hlltglns, II. K. TAYLOR, al at Chicago Is gathering force from day Huatonrille, and Mia Ray Fox, Situ JoSidnoy Dunbar, E. B. Beixley, Of LOOAN COVNIV, !i a CandfcUts for the office to day. Day services in the churches have of Superintendent of Public Instruction, tubj.ct seph and Will 0aley, of Linctater. Frank McClary, Joseph Swope, been abandoned, because the buildings will to tbe Democratio State CoriTentUn. P. T. Pollard, John Good, LOCAL MATTERS. not bold tbe crowds, and all rervtces are L. L. Dawson, C. B. Sampson, held In the Culno rink, which holds six C. O. Bishop, G. T. McRobertr. rent. Mrs. N. A, Tyree. Garden for The 60 cases on yesterday's docket were thousand. and can get German I haTe a Henry J. Durslock, of Covington up all klndi of aBaking In good Baker aucb as "P. A M." cioau at Waters A Riney's. atyle, called over but not one was tried. Several e Tea Cakei, claims to have been cured of paralysis by White Bread, filed away and one or two set for Pound Cakes, Graham Bread, Born, to the wile of T. J. Bosley, a Rlrl. were Jelly Cakea, There is no case of importance taking dally, for nine days, one drop of days. By Bread. Jelfy Bolla, Bunni, Rolle, The fine at green teaa in town at B. 8 this court and the prospect Is that It will boly water from the chapel of Lourdes, Uingr Cukes, Iluite, Pies, Ginger fcnipi. Cakea, and afteiward engaging in prayer. France, Cinnamon Myers'. be a very doll term. Large Cakea baked and tilmmed to order. W 111 He bas been ill for twelve years. new water elcTalor at W. II. Hlg-gin- s' aell cheaper than you can bake them at home. I Democratic County Committee met The The The National Society of the American will lUrt my Bread Wagon next week and will la the boas." in response to the call of Chairman J. E. Sunday-schooboron, Call at the Yellow Uoujo l Union is vigorously prose- call at your ouisjitcj. jkipkhuuii Jour-NAana ice wry Lynn at the offico of tho Interior T. MIJBB1S. Lost. A pair of spectacles. Finder cuting its work in the neglected portions of 102-- tf yeaterday to consider tho protest of " will please return to W. II. Hocker. the country. Daring the past year 1,800 Mr. W. O. Barnett against tho declaration new Biindoy-ichoolhave been organized Don't fail to k: Improved one horse of Mr. 8. M.Owens aa the nominee of the and 75,000 teachers and attendants gather corn planter at W. II. Hlgglns', for drop party for jailer. The following members were ed in; 4,700 feeble schools have been visitAl. low-el- l, ping In the cross or drilling. present besides the Chairman, ed, encouraged and aided; 18,000 bibles & BUILDER, A. J. Henry, J. J. Newland, L. G. and testaments distributed; 8,900 addresses CONTRACTOR We have cut the prlw on everything In Gooch, J. M. Carter and W. P. Walton. delivered and 33,700 families visited. our line to correspond with the times. Call The protest of Mr, Birnott was read, which and be convinced. Metcalf A Foster. STANFORD, KY. votes had been cast (or stated that illegal LAND. STOCK AND CROP tn h rwonla of Stanford and care of the Commonwealth against his opponent at some of the precincts, nonir... vi. The Hay for sale. I. M. Bruce. immit. Lone smerleace and careful attentionBuilding material of 6TJ. 8. Singleton for malicious cutting with tably Kings Mountain, and that a 100 more cuaranteoaatliUctien. Corn for sale. M. 8. Peyton, Stanford. ery deicrlptlon furnlihed at low ratei. intent to kill Francis Vaught, was tried at persons had voted in the race at Huston-vlll- e A few more Jersey cows for sale. J. than ever voted in the general elecWayncsburg Saturday and resulted in the Q. Cirpenter. dismlisal of the defendant. Judge T. P. tion for the democratic ticket. Mr. W. II. THE COMBINED STALLION, Fon Sale. 14 good work mules. J' Hill repreiented the Commonwealth ond Miller appeared as the representative ol F. & B. G. -! Cover, 8tanford. W. E. Varnon the defense. Vaught will Mr. Barnett and urged that the Committee Twenty-fiv- e or thirty tons of nice timo had the right to go Into an investigation recover. Thla fine combined italllon will make the reatby hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, Stan- son of 16Sfi at my stable, near Shelby City. In There in a very plausible argument and was fol- ford. Lincoln county, on the Bbelby City and Knob An Effort to Bite the Biter roau, at lowed by Col. W. G. Welch, who said he R. 8. Veech has secured the stud ser- Uck turnpiite it a young man hero who delights to work for Mr, Owens and the democratvices of the great stallion, Director, for $18 tho Season or $20 to Insure a Oolt. the boys into unpleasant situations from appeared He had no doubt tbat illegal votes three years at SI 8,000. Jewel lis blood n..Tin(lnn ami PMlerMt-Sccan- d which they have to exlrlcato themselves by ic party. been cast for both parties as in the hande 3 Inches mane and tall, At Danville court yesterday there were bay, wlA blackstyle and action.15 Uela S yeari old suddon and rapid flight, to realiro that had high, with fine of tho friends of the candidates doubtabout 100 cattle on market; most of them thla SprlEK. waa aired oy Lewia Cunnlngham'a they have been on a regular wild goose yeal Jewell, he by the famoua old Washington ien ful men were always voted if tho judges were sold. Calves brought $15 to ef,n.,v- - Vlr.t $20; chase. The victims have made many m Minnie. bT McDoaali'a Hal permitted them but ho argued that the Com34 dam by a son data by $40 to $45; scrub $20 corn: 2d Crockett;Well' Cruaader; valuable old aad. forts to get oven with him, but he would 1th dam by a ol DaTy to go behind the reMr. B. C. ParTln's always that It would mittee hnd no power to $25. A few horses brought from $80 to rtlmnaro. rxHllcree unknown. never bile, declaring Second Jewel, turns either by right or precedent and if $120. Jno. Wood bought of J, C. Jobnsor, Old Minnie, dam of to an aged mart. waa a premium Second Jewbo a cold day If they ever Kot him. The animal, from a colt twenty-fou- r times and wore tho it had he showed how utterly useless an 23 head of calves at $15. el has boon ihown last effort was a follows and wo leavo it only twice. ted slick tto twenty two be with no right to Investigation would at Eitlmateson the world's wheat crop He wads ten shows last season and Danrltlo, and to the reader to decide if he was caught nt Lexington Klchmond witnesses and no authority to adKlrksTllle, send for for 18S5, embracing 27 countries, aio beforo bmaj (ah lilfta TlKlirtnal his own game: Tho boys told him they oaths to them if they chose to at rcaionable Fasturaee will bo to have a llttlo fun out of tho new minister us. The estimated crop Is 1,960,200,000 ..... lwilnnwith furnished marei the tuiuranco. wanted nitres forfeit) After a full by come on its Invitation. bushels; average crop for tho past five Lten retained on all colts until sorflcs chargo are clerk recently nrrlvcd from Laulsvlllo of the matter tho Committee deyears, 2,103.600,000 bushels; net exports of PI will alssstandatthoiamf stables the;flnejack trying a game of bluil on him. Tho new cided that It had no right to go behind tho wheat and flour, 202,000,000 bushelf; net comer had been previously posted and returns ond ordered the Chairman to de- imports of wheat and flour, 2S5.628.000 when the opparcntly angry joker demanded clare as toe nominees tho.'o candidate?, who bushel?; population in all tbco countries At $8 to Insure a llro colt, money duo when the an explanation of a damaging remark, he colt Is haled or were ratted with. Black Hawk as shown upon the face of the returns, had o'd thta black fl puU loaded pistol in his face and defied received pluralilloo, which hn did as will combined, 5SG,8GO,000, Tho United Stales Is a coalhigh. Heyears ilrcd by Spring, U bands 3 Caldwell's Young was unloosed for denouement rank first in productiveness In black Hawk, he by Velocipede, he by Robert aon's and Canada him. --This be seen In another column. We had an Mammoth. Hie dam was 1835, growing 392,000,000 bushels, while Bamwon, he by Imp. frcr.0 the blood of the hero of so many pracby Stlgsll'a Black Uawkj 2d dam was raised by, Interview with Mr. Birnelt after tho deFrance holds tecond place at 301,000,000 Silica Maxwell and was an Ptea iclE. tical jokes, the boys say, and he stood when he said that all he wanted was cision, 107.tf British India and Rasela coming next in tranffixed wllh frightened surprise, but he justice and a fair deal. He did not say looked Into the liltje gun's mouth says he 1 too order. ftbiluVtnttiiltld t" he would bolt and wo believe that ho thoMfl .1 tliil tUll l and carelessly remarked, "Let her to cntortaln such an Idea. Tho ropulation of Rome ou the 1st of (Ins ic1ii, suit hiMUU more meritnent good a democrat Tho afTalr created tkW TO 6 n.t i91 tlmjti uatvtrul a moat excellent race, which July, 1881, was 320,510; on the 1st July, jffJB70oirQtt4PATSVH UvC. riROSj, has occurred here for a He made w .MLF.rV than anything that fills. TO Bhows tho high esteem In which he Is held 1885, it had bjcomo 330,060. The Increase JSISIF tiui Slrl.TJlt. 0 tin won tli Uoi cl long lime and the boys swear that they are by lit u fiMi tnd now mil houses and streets has Hb l!f 5srr--iev-'-i- i Pi the young and wo aro convinced that afterlellbera In the number of .uiujitr the teadtnz Mtiieven with tho joker at last, whllo clrwl if the oIiImh. lino and usejall his been end continues to be, eomething phe?Kvc,rc''-- ' nstl.WU v , tho fact that he Hon ho will fall Into is ,TVIi man prides himself ou for tho nominee. At least this la nomenal, and there is e7crv prospect t' t SWy Urwtitts. aa eo many ol hi victims havo atrenslh "didn't rim" Jlu, SI.OJ. the future increase will be still more rapid tho manner of mau wo take him to be. done before him. N Y.8EElPoUtopn. T.K. Walton ml -- B.TJ3T THE! mW IfciLaPia rn 0B - 1 JL- -J T i IHr,. a Wlilch ciin lie lonml at- - m ii ii - T. R. WALTON'S. New York Early Rose, Burbank, Beauty of Hebron and Peerless al ii ibish :fot.ato:e3s -- Whito and Yollow- - OWIOKT SETS! ad-vla- And Hill Onions, -- Seed Corn. Beans, Peas ami JHelori SEED IN BULK!! -- And lots of GrlJi.ttlDJ2T In SEED Papers in Paokago;, Job F. Wateu. Walei's & Main w tw TERMS CASIl GROCERS, Street, - - on nil, TlIOMiS 1). ItAKET. ll 30 DA 8. Stanford. s "5X1 -- BAKERY. flrat-clai- fu-ur- We deliver all goods In or within a mile or so of ROWLAND or Stanford. Send to us for Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal, Butter, Eggt, Canned Gcois, Sugar, Coffee, Macketel, Cheese, Hominy, Prearres, Apple Butter,. Kraut, Beam, UoIum, Crackert, Jellr. Candles, Cakea, Potatoes, Srld Peaches, Syrups, Oranges, Dried Apples, Cabbage, Prunes, Banannas, Corned Beet, Onions, Lemons. Dates, Figs, Kalslns, Denied Ham, Pine Apple, Sardines, Spies, Cicoa, (JIOTH, uysiers, uuuiiduo, listers tnocouie, i ichcj, eys, Coal Oil, , Starch, Soda. Soap, Tobacco, Cigars, Oueenai , roiEs, or aimosi anyimrjg cue you jacxie. .rowuc mention in our line, and we durante aatisfaction In rerr resnecL We alio have Seed Irish Potatoes, Cnlon Sets and all kinds Garden Seeds. We hare added a big line of Plain and Fancy rn Harness, Saddles aud Bridles, also Flow aud Wagon Harness, Manufactured and warranted by the reliable Arm of W. R. Carson A Fon, whose work stands the WATERS & UJLXE1'. tut every time. Prices eatlsfsctory, aliraya. Come to seo us. L H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOR. -- a Frank Allison, I have received and still receiving t. New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising the best In the market, which will be Qotton TJp in Stylo and Mnko Second to Xtono in City or Country. Give Me a Trial. E8-l- yi SECOND JE WJBIi M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drugs, . jlieuiicais, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky.v XIV tlmes-deloa- e, Our Jewelry, Silverwaro and Optical Goods Department Is In Chargo of Col. Tbw. Icharda, who will Repair watches and Clocks promptly and In tho beet style. Mnsical Wall Paper, Wines, Liquor Books, Instruement, Cigars, Stationery, Pocket Paints, Cntlery, Tobaccos. Soans. Oils, AfacbJii Perfumery, Fire Arms, Lampo, Needles. DEALERS BLACK HAWK! Wall Paper, Mill . Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as tho lowest. VT'S'W?t7. go-sb- oot." !! S.W1 B. K. WAKESftr, Stanford. - -- Tirr- - CJ 7 Stnw-5EBttUBlnte- nor 3 oral L IRELAND. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. We had heard the night-bircalling in (lis thickets far away, Whllo the shades of evo wcro falling, while ds A' CONFEDERATE SPY ton COUQH3 Mnu OFtO In time. Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating the twilight gathered gray, And tho scented gales of gloaming wafted the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparllla. When, sVrrnsted nnd Carried Off to the Guard-Hous- e H TOLERABLY FAIR SAMPLE OF PANsecrets from tho soa, through debility, tho action of tho kidneys And tho first palo star was gleaming in a The Ordeal Undergone at the DEMONIUM LET LOOSE. Is perverted, these organs rob the blood of mystery. golden Office of the Provost Marshal Some Its needed constituent, albumen, which Is passed off In tho urine, whllo worn out Surprising Tests Turned Loose Then a holy calm onwrapt us, and blissful siKrery Concelvablo Clan of Men and lence fell; matter, which they sliouU carry off from Two Men Slinko Itnndl When Gn. Early mado his great raid on Horses rremint Faraway tho doves were 'plaining, droned Washington I was scouting between his adtho blood, Is allowed to remain. By tho AVlmt It Mcatu ISnglaml nml Ireland tho beetle in tho dclL uso of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys city, and not uttered, Uko the vance and die twenty-fou- r was captured within IlHrpnln Hldillng. Ahl tho words that are Brltlne arc restored to proper action, mul Albuthe city limits hours before Ids songs that nro not sung, battle-flag- s appeared in sight I was dressed minuria, or To a novico on Irish fair appears to bo Are more musical in cadenco than nro known In citizen's clothes, pretended to bo deaf and let loose. Tho main street Is tho to mortal tongue. lunib, and claimed to havo boon driven out of ihowgrouiul rind ride, nnd a convenient field, ivith a stono wall or two, servos the purposes All that bygono timo wo dreamt of, whon the Richmond, becatuo I had written threatening letters to Jefferson Davis. earth whs fresh and young, of tho "manege," Such a whooping and yellI had ixwn intldo tho fortifications for halt ing I Droves of wild young colu, rough, unAnd great Pan bcsldo the river piped the Is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparllla aho day, and was slowly walking out, when a rustling reeds among. kempt looking animals rushing madly about, prevents inflammation of tho ktdueys, and with Pat riding barebacked as eay as a glove, Thoro were naiads in tho streamlets, there xiuplo of young men, both of whom wcro other disorders of these organ. Mrs. Jai. tho worse for liquor, halted mo and were dryads in tho trees, wkh nothing but a "hit of a twig'' and a W. Weld, Forest Hill fit, Jamaica Plain, lifter for a bridle. Kvery concelvablo class And tho apples still hung golden in tho fair wanted to fight I hod a pencil nnd n block Mass., writes: "I have had n complicasf pojier with me, nnd I wrote: Ilosperidos. of animal Is here, both biped and qundruixxl. "I am deaf and dumb." tion of diseases, hut my greatest trouble The hunter t hlch, if iroiHrly got up, will That made no difference with thorn. Indeed, has been with my kidneys. Four bottles fetch in Kngland a couplo of hundred, is side Wo are wiser; wo ha vo banished from their haunts the gods of old; :hoy declared that it would bo a novel idea to by side with a bcrow not worth a many of Aycr's Sarsaparllla made mo feel like has Ientt, and tho nutocrat of the dealer'., yard All that wondering faith Gold;vanished with lick n deaf and dumb man, and ono of them n new person; ns well nnd strong as tho outlived Ago of javo me a cuff on tho car. may lw s.m in oloso confabulation with what ever." W. M. McDonald, 18 Summer bt., Yet, when moonlight winds nro blowing, ICO pounds and In those dys I weighed looks llfso n prime dynamiter; while ulwvo nil Boston, Mass., had been troubled for years lovers' voices, blending low, had tho muscle of a prUo lighter. I tried to the din and j.inglo floats an aroma of whisky tho samo old story Parts whis- jet away from them without further trouble, with Kidney Complaint. By tho uso of and tobacco, to say nothing of blarney and Murmur still pered long ago. Ayer's Sarsaparllla, ho not only but when thuy twmod. determined to havo a bad language. "J. W." in Chambers' Journal. row I gave them nil they wanted, and wasn't But w lint is going on in the corner of the 3iany minutes about it A crowd of soldier? wall A small crowd Is gathered there, and A CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. md civilians collscted, tho provost guard from yourioitlon you can ju-.- t make out one tho dlscaso from nssumlng n fatal form, Muno up, and tho result was as I had anticiof the men who crossed In the boat landing but was restored to perfect health. John pated. I w as arrested and carried off to a opposite a true son of Erin in the middle of a A Denier Who Wanted an Krraml Hoy McLcllan, cor. Brldgo end Third sts., Ono of tho young men, who small ring, and seemingly either lighting or Questions and Answers. If terward turned out to bo related to n num-sc- r Lowell, Mass., writes : "For several cars endeavoiing to shako him by the hand "You say you llvo with your jwrents," said You can not quite make out. PresI suffered from Dyspepsia aud Kidney of tho cabinet, followed mo to tho office of which dealer" who was putting v lotot Jio provost mondial and charged mo with g ently the crowd breaks up w ith a cheer, and a china Complaint, tho latter being to severe at examinaa spy. No ono seemed to entertain n you can seo plainly now the two men shake younstcrs through a civil servico times that I could scarcely attend to my eshands, and to your surprise money pa.vs be- tion for tho position of errand boy in hb P loubt that I was deaf and dumb, as I claimed, work. My appetite was poor, and I was tablishment. "And you oro quick at my examination w as carried on in writ- been a prute-flguid tween them. Can It have much emaciated ; but by using iig. 1 was asked my name, age, wncu born atallf No, it is only a deal, and If wo come "Yesalr." uid a hundred other questions, end then a little nearer to this new lot tint are forming "Xow, suppose I had dropped around the icarched. They found nothing on mo of n a ring wo shall see. As we approach a lane Trlmlnating nature, and I reasoned that I is formed, and tho vision of a flying colt corner to get lunch, and n lady should com along who wished to purchase two dozn would bo detained until after the excitement by a bright-lookin- g appears, ridden lad pnssed and then turned loose. lad. Over the wall is tho order, a"nd Pat, cups and saucers at $1.50 a dozen." "Yesslr." NEARLY THHOW.N OFF 11 W QL'AHD. steadying his mount, takes it in first-cla"After agreeing to take tho goods tho hands After being detained threo days an officer form. Then tho crowd closes In, and two figures stand opjwslto each other England and you a $5 note How much change would you Mitered my quarters ono morning and said my appetite and digestion improved, nnd return to herr jo me: Ireland. my health has been perfectly restored." "Two dozen cups and saucers!" asked the ENQLAND AND IRELAND UAUQAtNINO. "Well, dummy, you can pack up and get out" "Well what's the prioaPsays England. boy, gazing toward tho ceiling. Sold by all Druggists. "That's what I said." Tho minute I heard his step outside I was "It's just tho f oiliest little horse in the fair " boadin'-hous- o l'rleo $1 ; Six bottles, 95. kreper to "She must bo a an my guard, but ho spoko in such a natural this day, and I'll not bo selling him under "Never mind what she is. How much tono that I came near giving myself away. Prepared by Dr. J. C. A J cr & Co., Lowell. replies Ireland, 190, mid that's Muss., U. S. A. holding out his hind. "Forty," says England, change would you hand herr' naked do On three different occasions during the war I played the port of a deaf and dumb man, and making a dive at tho paw. Irel md is too dealer. "A dollar and a half a dozen 1" I tell you It takes all the nerve and presence quick, however, and snatches it away lcforo "Yes, yes. Now then!" England can grasp it, saying at tho same if mind a man can coll up. I sat facing high for" tho door, and, w hilo I heard his wonls, I mado "Don't you think that's pretty tima with an air of dUlntn: "Forty! and for "Never mind wnether it's high or low. no movement llecnmo closer to mu and a baste like that that tho lord lieutenant would bo proud to bo seen on. Is it trying to How much money would you return to the aid: blarney ino that you ore! I'll ju-- t let you lady!" "Come, pack up your traps, you aro to bo "But them $5 might bo bad," ejaculated tha turned Iooo." nave ft for JEliX) jxmnds, and not a penny less," nnd out goes tho hand again. This boy, winking at the store cat. I looked him straight in tho oyw without "We will suppose tho bill to be good," said winking, and after a bit a look of cliagrin tiino England springs a tenner, and the same 19 WAKRAXTUD to euro Feer and tho dealer, sharply. pantomimo is gone through, with the exceprtole over his face and he motiomd for mo to Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Re"I don't see what one woman wants to buy follow him. Ho took mo to the provost mar-ihal-'s tion that England nearly catches tho outmittent Fever, Dumb Ague. Bilious Fever, Dengue (or ' Break-bon- e " Fever), Liver stretched memlxir this time, and raUes a all them cum and saucers for, anyway. office, and I was ushered into a privato Complaint, nnd nil diseases nrhiiig from laugh nnd "Mind your eye, Pat," from the When my sister got married sho didn't set up room w here tho marshal and three or four Malarial poisons. crowd. After every bid this goes on, and at housektvpin' w Ith near so " other officials were seated. On the way to sixty-ilv- o "Then you can't glvo me tho answer!" England catches Ireland by the Hie office, as we cros--a wide street the ofll-3"Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. "Well,' murmured the boy, shifting to bh hand and shakes it heartily, thereby signifysuddenly exclaimed: "For eighteen months suf-erc- d and keeping an eye on tho eat, ing that it is a deal. Tho crowd cheer, and other foot, "There's a runaway horse look out'." tho two go oil together to cement tha bar- "I'd just tell the lady to call round wlien yen with Chills and Fever, If I hadn't been expecting some such thing was in and get her change, for tho bill might an his gain with a "dhrop of tho cratur." I must have betrayed myself. As having Chills every other day. This is tho way mo-- t of the deals are carried be n bad un, and I don't never tako no risks." I gave no sign, continuing on w ith my head After trying various remedies "You're engaged," ejaculated tho doaler.-- p iown, I heard him growling: on, and it is an unwritten law that if you recommended to cure, used a happen to be quick enough to catch hold ol California Mnvcrick. got a sucker, but they'll "They think they've bottle of Aycr's A$uc,Curc, and tho hand of your offer, the horso bocomes And out their mistake:" Trulu and Ills Young Listeners. I entered tho office, knowing that every jour property for tha amount of your bid. have never since had a chill. How completely George Francis Train has trick would bo retorted to to .break mo down, (Scottish Agricultural Gazette. EDWIX HARPEli." public life. I stu him nearly uul my nerves were braced as if tocbargo a slipped out of Oo.its, Classic and Mauual Lubor. every day and ho has not changed in tie battery of artillery. I was left standing by mnrARKD nr The will of tho lato Kev. David Abel, ol slightest degree since he took up hb gil In the door for n moment, when ono of the offiDr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast Burlington, N. J., recently probated, pro- Madison square. At a certain hoar every cials looked up and quietly said: Sold by all Druggists. vides for tho establishment of a Bible tem- morning I think at 11 o'clock ho wander "Take a sent, sir, and we'll attend to you in perance school for tho thorough classical edu- into tho purkand seats himself on oni a moment" cation of young people of both sexes, at of tbo benches near Madison avenue. Hie I mado no move, but looked around tho clothing, room in n stupid soft of way. I was looking which tho pupils may, by manual labor, pay big, cumbersome boots, such part of tho school expenses as may be and rather rusty overcoat lend no distinction out of tho window on to a roof when tho samo considered advisable. Tho executor is di- to his figure, but there is something about hli official said: rected to devoto as largo parts of the ground: fnce wjth its short, gray lieord, and Ha;, brown "You may come forward and take this of tho school as may bo found odv Luiulo tc eyes thut causes men to look at him intently ohair." tho asturing and propagation of goats, in as they pass. I stood like a stono, and ho rose up, catno order to encourage tho uso of their fla&h as Sometimes he has a book, but he usually over to mo, and led me to a chair at tho tabic food in tho placo of that of swine. Chicago sits with hU hands folded Idly in his lap, talk When I wins seated ene of the others reHerald. ing gently to the groups of children who marked: gather about him with mild and thonghtftri "Write your name, age and last place of faces. Very often four or five little gist rttsidenco on a slip of paper." Telegraphing from Moilnc Trains. Tho very latest invention that seems to will stand listening to George Francis Train TIIK attA.RlE9T TRJCK AT VAST. havo commercial value is by Thomas A. Edi-to- for hours. In olden times he would hare That was trick number three, and it failed been considered a sage; now young America as tho otheru had done. By and by the mat-thand consists of a devico for telegraphing -Cto and from moving trains. It is not by in- lights a fresh cigarette, grins, calls him a wroto on a slip of pspor: duction from a wiro running near the can, crank and passes on, Brooklyn Eagle. "Who are you, and where froraT but tha messago is mado to jump from the tin I wrote iu reply, "I am Charles Jones, of The Tamp That Cost 81,000,000. roof of tho cars to one of tho ordinary wirei largest pumping engine in the world Richmond." Tha strung on poles twenty-fiv- e to sixty feet "But you nro a Union man!" suggested ono away, whence it goes to its destination, and is that at Friodensville, Fa., used to pomz of the officers aloud. tho message "and the answer jump back acrosi water out of a zinz mine. It was built at I saw his lips move, but he got no sign from tho chasm in tho same marvelous way. It Merrick's foundry, Philadelphia, In 1870, t s ne. The examination continued in this mancost of nearly f 1,000,00a Its parts wcro sc has been put on a Staton island train, and it arti-Qr- a heavy that all the bridges along the line oi ner for a full hour, the men using every sinsaid to work with entire success. Frank to trap roe, but they failed to score a Headache, Nausea, Dizziness, and Drowsitha North Pennsylvania railroad, from PhilaIllustrated. reserve the ness. They stimulate tho Stomach, Liver, delphia to Center Valley, were strengthened gle point I knew they wouldwas therefore to insure against accident Its cylinder ha; sharpest trick to the last, and and Bowels, to hcnltliy notion, assist digesJcullirlty of Japunrae Advertising;. up marshal it a diameter of 110 inches; tho piston rod ii nerved backfor his At length tho finger tion, nnd Advertising in Japan sometimes attains a pushed in chair, pointed his at combine Incrcaso tho appetite. They cathartic, diuretic, nnd tonic height of originality and force unsurpassed fourteen inches in diameter. It has a strokj my breast and angrily exclaimed: and properties of tho greatest value, nro a in the most progressive country A book- of twelvo feet, of in one minute forcw pxAt "Where did that Confederate button como water, or 30,000,000 gallon! seller of Tokio advertises; "Books elegant oi 20,000 gallons purely vcgetablo compound, and may bo fromr fsinging girl. Print clear as crystal. Paper dally, out of tho mine to a height of KM feet it was another failure. Then ho turned to taken with perfect safety, either by chilChicago JournaL his companions and said: tough as elephants' hide. Parcels done up dren or adults. E. L. Thomas, Framing-ha"Gentlemen, its no use. The man is cerwith ns mucii care as that bestowed on her Mas., writes: 'Tor n number of Of Much Interest In Naval Circles. deaf and dumb and a d d fool husband by a loving wife," nnd other advantainly years I was subject to lo!ctit Headaches, Of tho Ericsson new submarine gun thi tages which, it is strange to say, tho adverarhlng from n disordered condition of tha Naval and Military Gazette nays it is an ob"We have wasted our timo," replied a tiser finds "too many for language to ject of much interest hi English naval clrcies, stomach and bowels. About a year ago I Foreign Letter. "He u not only what be claims to bo, But, it adds, tho partially bald ones are fast but may bo of great service to us. I'd havo commenced tho uso of Ayer's Pills, aud losing thoir few remaining hairs scratching the officer tuku him over to tbo secretary of Contained Tnrlte I'alrs of Jlruthers. havo not had n headacho since." W. P. A story is related of a Connecticut infantry their heads over the puzzle how tbo India war." Hannah, Gormloy P. O., York Co., Ont., company in tho war of tho rebellion which h rubber diaphragm over tho muzzlp la to tx "I guess I will," said tho officer, and ho rang Joltewl to be without a parallel. Tha com- replaced for tho second charge, AQar tha firs i bell and I heard tho door open. Then ho writes: " I havo used Aycr's Pills for tha last thirty years, and can safely say thut I pany, whtift was recruited in tho town of has been fired away nine feet mtdnr water. fumed to me, carelessly as you please, and havo novcr found their equal ns a cathartic Greenwich, had no la-- . than twelve pairs of Capt Ericsson will no doubt provide a meant -- lid: for that, so tho British officers had better medicine. I nm never without them In Irotuers In it3 ranks. Then) were, In ad"Go with tha officer." dition, throe Instances in which father and spare their scalps till they hear fnrtlw from It was their last shot I never moved a my house." C. 1). Moore, Elgin, III., the venerable Inventor. Sdentlfto American. anuria until the officer approached aud placed wn stood side by side and thrco brothers-ln- writes: "Indigestion, Headache, nnd Loss Hw. Chicago Times. his hand on me. I was takou back to tho of Appetite, had so weakened and debilinow III Frlde Hecelvd a Fall. gnard-house- , kept a prisoner for another tated my system, that I was obliged to give lleneflts of the Southern 1'rerze. Justice Field tells how his prHe bad ft fall. week, and tbeu tho disgusted marshal tnronl up work. After being under tho doctor's The recent freeze at the south was not an When he was a young man he was particu- uw loose in tho streota. Dehi caro for two weeks, without getting any nnmtud evil. The frost ponetruUxl the larly proud of his erect form and Qnc, curl- troit Free Prea. earth to the depth of a foot, and soil that had ing hair. Walking one day with head well relief, I began taking Aycr's Pills. My been.impactod for several years wxs loosened up, ne ran against a cart and Injured bis knee. nppctlto and strength returned, and I was The Tlchboruo Claimant as an Orator. The injury resulted In a pArmanent lmnnnn and mode ready for unusual prolurtivwietw, soon enabled to resunio my work, In per "The Claimant' has just delivered a lector while numerous porta of the worm and bug and a consequent stoop in his sbagSfers. Af feet health." order were probably destroyed by the cold. terward hard study produced bxttn fever, in Dublin. He drew an immense audience, who hailed him as be came on with crtua of and a fly blister cured the fever and destroyed Chicago Times. MlaHo, Rogwl" ami "Wagga-Wagg- r All I his waving locks. Chicago Herald. taa other performors with him were Ustd j Popularity of u SucreHjtful I'rlnro. "Sir Roger" was in evening drem, and Is The Foolishness of tha Wealthjr. ritKrARED BY Prince Alexander, tho ucctWul, U inu SelovM by his Bulgarian subjocU, An extremely clever young lady of my ac- deearfbed aa tall of stature, portly in bciki, of I Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. lutever complexion, and as solemn as a pro- - ' aiigbjt have been their disposition toward Uim quaintance a young lady who fa so clerer, dark Sold by all Druggists. lad his soldiwrs been defeated. A German indeed, that she deserves to be poor, so as to aWonal undertaker in appearance. IDs ( koliarypo company has just received an order give her brains a chance observed the otbsjr eowers of oratory are not good, his roig&'fa JCrom" an art dealer in Sophia for ai.OM eahi-no- t day: "What I wonder at is not that pojfe pna, and hfa twenty minutes' address (wA of Foreign Letter, size photograph of tho prince. Chicago who have money do the foolish things tfaj tbo plainest character Tinwa. sometimes do, but thai tbey dont mahe a ! great deal worse fools of thexnsehres." Cor. The Third Napoleon Nearly Forgotten. The 9th of January mass at Bt Augustbft, 8ho TVa. P.TUlentljr Kiulimed. New York News. I I with to nil tnr small trteti som llso-lfca FariLin celebration of the death of A Boston girl was recently introduced to I.J Iff en, on QO Fork lanii Hi is becoming a dsad rormalftyt tjhe erea sod lb laird 14 O Ar?e, thich latter Most Singular Kod of InJjulny. liwt. Danenbower, and In her confusion II mpr land with comfortable sssasr day but few noWbU Bonaftartfcta seeld find nothing to uiy but, "1 suppose you A man in Richmond, Vs., has balrt a bonse and In separata tracts. A I) ISO Arr' of Ho. and the popular element was con found It very cold at the north polo." New t Knob Lsod on Msom'i (lp, Sunfo d. All by a most singular mod of (ntustry. For aleMy absent The arm chain in Tree of nfthla land haihcrti Istelr ,uryd and aor one Torlf Paper. many years past be has picked np from ttw tfs ps y cvl"i nn uis. liMnr to p'irchas altar, which were reserved tor the. qprjsjst streets one brick at a tima, and a year ago h Wlllstlliow Mint, f tae emperor, were empty throughout (be with In tore I ftircs'h or on ny The Danger There Might lie. S per coot. had aosumulated a sufficient somber of bricks ssrrloa. Chicago Herald. si Pakfceur writes to a would-bpatient that to build him a small bouse in & suburbs. a. a. yici.Aitn. i HUtfUrd, K.T Houlliva of a healthy dog may contain Chicago Times. flawjurt burned to tha windward Nrved P. P. I bars a numlxrof sulncient to cause an abscess aM many Florida orange groves from 3iwi)frnes septio blood poisoning. Cleveland Thomas A. Edison, the electrician and h Kino SliortUorii Irokt lander. veator, U said to be worth IOODO. (Yrarllmuand wnllni) that I will sell low and any of my fine nA on tln:i m ith Kjwly 80,000 acres of land under water Dikeof Plalnvlrw, s suprlor i.nlrunl: or II will The Ohio House voted down the Vf irh-- , ii'ered a loea by iImu tho Connecticut shore have been sold by 'lit Pj.-t,-- ., r KCsrer lor fat hfn Am mtn txitr 1 til man uifirnoe bill by a voto of 53 to S3. IktUato to oyster growers. i it. K, .. HORSE FAIR WHO PLAYED THE PART OF A DEAF; AND DUMB MAN. Be Warned a7a.TarXjlC3rH. Jt Ult r I iJ f. -- Bright's Disease 5VftttJ m asV" ly . 1 3KT. 'J : .,"O Xj X--frm 3S3an&aiaBtm4 , ii ntfcrr4 , (I, r l'!l t -- ai ' . sanVvSrV ., . i snH iVaW T tr aft t av aassBBaV .. t .. in'. -- .'!!( irtfiaal rrlatlrla laal lxia t mnrhlnf mui, ao4 atlna (. t (t flMm"riilat(. arf ri wiUaM wim ike betle ntct , atfM Is tka S.ilhita BliU ih.tiuiw-li- , . l - al J - rM4 Aih Kitrf r fltf ikatll Bl4i. p llt fr OMitt. Cri;v o Ui'W a .1 WALTER A. TATLOR, Atlanta, Oa 4rrti rr tal M (alataMr, It. rrl n ...at. iii.' mi coantai. t t tkiUHa TmUJii. r.lilil rae Prevented The Bucket Pump & Water Doth for tale by Dr. M. I.. l)0l)UNE, Manford runner uard-hous- F bo-ji- ht on njr Pump or Iterator yet lnrfuUil. Tlmcups descrnillnif lull of air an J full ol water, circulates the air Ironi bottom to top of rUtern or well, reiooTlng wlgxttt, water bugs, and rendering the water purs, removing all color, bad tatte or ftuell. Tbls I'ump bat an linproted chain; no llnki to pet twttlt each enp liaoldsrsd permanently, and Imirad ola link, tut piece ol galvanised ron , urj, r4 not purchases pump until you te this. Very respectlully, Ii ao Improrrmont MYERS HOTEL, STAMFORD, E. H. BURN8IDE, H1Y. - Propr AYER'S Vi, II. IIIGI.H. baro-backe- d ss Sarsaparilla Aii Open 151 Letter! 1 This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputntion, AND Iti SMtlCIl Alal LADIES INTERESTED AKK DJCirtT Proprietor it Determined that it Shall bo tJooond to no Country Hotel in tho State in iti Tare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneitt. con? sjeJ t and from t he de charge. NpecUl acronmodatleai to Coennsrelsl Traeelers. Tte liar will alnara with the chotfett aab-plle- dirt-chapo- HEAD IT. ilaiicae Tree of mn, Ague Cure I AYER'S llama, Ujl , Not, C, lltl. IIQaxTLtuiicx: I baTobecn using your wonderful remedy, "Dr. Itradfield'i Kemalo Itegulator,' In my family for a lorg time, and I want to uy to the suffering ones eftnyMxtbat there nerir was anything eiual to It. U'oulJ to OoJ that crtry aRt'ctetl woman In our land knew of Hi wonderful Tirtnc and curative piweri as Ids. I have uteJ a great dell of It tines thsblrlUof my lut child about year aal a blf ago, isd I dj think had it not been far this TaluaM mellclns, I waul 1 hare been braDdtorLlquoriaad Claart. .iouitviur Ntw4tBarCii cacori " r ' . Through Coaohos nm! Pullman Slooping Cam. From - BED HIDDEN FOB. LIPE'l -- d er jrt I But thinks to a kind IVorldincr, I was dlreitcd to lt use and tny life and health bare leen spared roe. If my means would admit of It 1 would usr- er le wlthaut It In ray beuse. I hate recommended Ittoanumtierofmyfriends and without eieeptlon they Lit all been wosdtr-full- y relltrtd and cured. I girt tnls endortruent without solicitation, and freelr, fur tho benefit ol the iiitTerlDgonea of my set. Very ruptclfully, Mai, A.ik IUmp. LouiHrUio lo ChlraKo, CliHlunatl to t'liscjigo, IiiiH:iii:iimUh (o ChlcuRd THHOUGil TIU 13 TABLE Via LoulirllUt Lva. 8od fvir ourTreatlie on IViuale UlecaHt, uall-t- d free, iddrett THE nitADriELI) KEOVLATUH CO., Ilox it, Atlsnti. (la. For mIo by DR. M. I llOUtlNE, Stanford, Ky. a. : Iiiil.vltl .. iT " . I ""o -- . ' ' 1. . " . I '-- ' ' Pm ' 8 Sg p m twin 4Hi Via Cincinnstl.Lt.."- - - ssssssa.1Dally Be -- ' jj ? . Arr.pilMgo. LUMBER! Pressed Pine Flooring.lOeUbg, Weathe: Boards, linisbinj: Lumber, Green Lumber in the Eonh, inclading Laths iwd Shingles. FortheronTiulinceof our cuitomen In Hun-for- d and Tlclnlty we hare arranrol with tiro. . iri-irr- n to keep nn hti rardi nn aisortmsnt (L. flslly except riuudiy. Ili.a TtrM. mroyonr ticket res li via the MONON ROTTTK, W. A. A C. IVy) SUGAR CATHARTIC COATED of our Lumber, where they can get It as chesp as from usdlrect. He will also msks eillmaies for any bills not n hands, which we will all on ihort notice. 31KLV1X Jb A VIH, Uly, Ky. n the bott anil mnal illra,.! fin I. PI.I.. ... -- In IheNotthweit. Tickets tla the Monon lioaU on eale at all principal ticket officei. For ralei, uupi and lull lo formation, address WM. 3. BALDWIN, O. V. A., Chicago. ai It Ii the quick.!, ... A.J,0'ItEI!.LY,0.d. A., LoulitllU. It ai Abdullah Messonger. II. ICcutuckvM Itonto KhhI Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. Leu-lio- URE 97. br '1 ".H.Tmm&-'lZ-xfr?rp-, The only line running be-tde- !" ." noc-on- d; "Ex-ttelw- l" -- o. Ayer's Pills, FOB HIjV, iir 1 nr in -- at 93 tu Jnsut-f- i a Living Colt tzo to Iniu'e a mare In foal, or f 18 by tbe teawn. Money due In latter (use at time ef mrles. Address irjkt. O. ItVNS, DryanuTllle. P. 8. Will also stand one or two good mule W.O.DUNN. Jacks at f3 to Insure II bm was handkYeraaw. and coutd easl'y show led a few months lait a 2 40 gait. Hbs Is smooth and nloi, It bands high. lis wis bandied a little when 3 rears old on sn half mile track to a betrr aulky and ooild easily ahow a 2 40 gait; nas been in tbe itud sines with no driving, not even enough lur exercise. lie will nate the aeasoa ot 1888 at Bryanlivtlle. Ky., Vti stallion. 16 hands hUh, foaled In 1871, shod by Meitengtr Chief, tire of Maud Metseuger, tor whom f 15 000 bat refuftl; Marrel, 16, 2 23; (hn.S yeara old, nvord. 2 3f't flfib beat on a heavy tract; Hob llardlnK, trial t V0; Abel trial ii)V, and other (nually prnmluniz ones. Kirit dam tfuiir by cntWl 2W, and therlreofVAn Ariuln, 2 IV S (told lo Com. tltlwn Young for J 0.000); Annette, 2?8k, I'. A , PentlnM 2 2S;Mliinnn 2 27S; Virandlm 2 Mi; tapoul2 2; Orand Hfnllnl iWVJ Sentinel Is a full brother to Volunie r, the sire of Hi Julian, 2 01osUr2 17; Allry 2 13; llodun 2 I5'i! Hunter2 204; Amr 2 20, and a acore more In the 2 to clan, tecond dam Kitty Uleers, of lUrtisUIrl, ld record 3 00; !' the dam ear old record 2 37 on alow irirk. thegrand 5 am of Maud Mmeng-r- . 2 I6V(, hrand Alexander's Abdallah, tbetiro ol Uo dainltb Mai J, 2 II; Kfua-In- d 2 21, Tnorodele lV. Alniont, AbdMlab rilot, ilc, dc. Third dam by Ited Jacket, lire of the dam of Kentucky Wllk. , 2 21, and the grand dam of Ho Ho, 2 I7N; KiJ Wllkei, elre of 1'hll Tbompson,2 1C,S; Prince Wilk 227, Ac Fourth dam sn extia road mare, brought fruna the Noith d by W. I Vance, ol Mener county, Ky.. and to be of Measengei blood. Ited Jacket was sired by Comet, by Hherrxan Morgan, tbe tire of Vermont, lllack Hawk, the aire ol Einan Allen and many other trotters. Ited Jecket's dam was sired by a hall brother of Black Iiawk ttentlnM and Alexander's Abda lah are both by Rysdyk's Uambletonlan. the g and ilreof Maud B, 2 0i JayKye-Hee10; 8t. Julian 2 UK, c, and Ii the sire of Dexter, 2 17H; Kettle. 2 Id; Orange Olrl, 220; Oeorge Wilkes, 2 21 and 30 others with records of 2 30 or better. Ueeeenzer Chief was sired by Abdallah Pilot, aire or I'ickerd. 2 18K; Jted Jim, 3 yearoid record 2 28. lit dam Is lister In blood of den. Uto. II. Ihomia, lira of Hooti's Thomas, 2 21, by Mambrlno Moenger, aire of Lewlnakl, 2 25V. Second dam by Mambrloo Chief, aire of Lady Thorn. 2 18i; Woodford streof Pancout. lire of Patron, record, 2 IV, aire or Mambrlno ietr old dam by Imp. Kapoleoo, an Patchen, English Third Uunter.se, Ureedsrs will obserrelbat Abdallah Mrssanger Is neatly a full brother to Maud 2 16,'- - TheT ha? e the urn aire and grand dam. Ills dim ii better bred thin Maud's, lie la a sure fal getter and a horse ol One style and Ulieoltaare yousg but tbe moat FULLMAX .NKiV SLL'EL'l.NU CABS tn h, A SOLID TRAIN rsoM Louisville, Oincinaati & Lexington, to Washington Oily, Connecting In tbe same depot with Kj IT-'- ll; Fast Trains for Now York. The Direct Itoute to Lynchburg. Dadrllle, Korlolk and all Virginia and North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, annlr to your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Mon roe, wit. t reignt ana tMueoger Agent, Lexington Ky. Oen'l Macser, BJcbmond, Oen'l Pxm'i Aj5i Vlrslnla 2 Louisville L.&N. & Nashville R. R. TUB OKKAT THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUX 2l, Mam-brlno- ,2 3- SOUTH & WEST -- WITU- r, Pullman Palace Sleepers. ' lo NttftlsvlIIe, Meiupklii Atlanta, MNtKeBier.v. prom-liin- gl LeulaiYalle Sfn Mobile hb1 lew Or lean. Little Back, Only on change to polnta In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Beeklrg homes on tbe liae of JaTAiM e ml-aeb- es a i4 ii. "Ch. TU 4 1 " ,- -f. tbe-btti- rl , f . Mull, Pah ln.llPt4 (,uuiM)i4 , . tit . .1I '. . ! II w, ,i r " 4tllU. NAME fXVE Icr'a ' 'eheiter i hwriMl r- it- - " itracsiHW rtture msil. ImluUona. thli road wlllreoetre 73-- r, ,'rj hi. f 'i fBi Sltt hrKuglUV a'tUHrvjitl .".lit I'lllt. t( '"CLUVca." Tukr suvtUir. i, s&c'f 9 - Ai?nla at ihU HAmMnv fnMiM or write U.r A'aUftK, u4 P. AT, A., ' LomaYilU, Ky