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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886031901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi 0 VOL. XIV. nal eeUn ifefiif v Si l) l IIImW NO. 108. JAB. KIrfNAIltD. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1886. GEO. O. BARNES. A. B. HOBEIITSON. K H. ly fluted. The flutlngs aro exqulritcly HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. tasteful, indescribably graceful and p Tho continued fine weath-- r baa been finished. At every storey one can too much fo tbe onrdencrs. Thy are as 'Praise tho Lord, God is Lovo and Noth walk I'll b'i7i erf TticMituun ami Frttlnu round tbe entire tower br n railed busy m If they bad hi s.a'irnric that winter -- AT ing EIio." gallery outside Theio galleries add had bliinhioglv slipped awv from tho Isp A.Nrvuai, su to tho hsauty and symmelrr of the Dkmii, N. W. P. Jhdia, Jan. 10'b, 1880. structure. The threo lower storeys are also of spring undorstsod If we credit that 11.50 will U ex Tie minHlrl troupe Unshed acrofs our Dear ISTEnion: Every piece has its additlonnlly beautified with beltingsof Arapeeled and demanded. speciality of eorae sort. The glory of Del bic inscriptions in that most graceful of all horlxin Wednesday morning, but learning Dr. Brown war In feeble health, deshi, is its "Jumma Mu,jid" (Great Motque) characters In ba relief girdling the tower that W. P. WALTON. paired of getting nn apprecialive audience inside, and its "Kootub Miner" outside. at suitable interval: and left without un exhibition. Before we Anally quit this nnscient city, let e, The three lower storoys aro of - LfllleM. Reid left us Tuojdav Cot WolfonTs Oratory. for us pay a brief vlell to each, though I dethe fourth of whitn marbln and the Kansas. J C Croper, Eq., of Shelby Mr. WolforJ, of Kentucky, Is the talk spair of Inspiring your reader J with rf tithe fifth of tho two intermingled. vlllf, micceeded by dint of night traveling! Injt member of Correal. The impulre to of tbe interest we bad in going over them. It win formerly fioishod with an appro tn being present nt his sifter's funeral. W. tako the floor seems to be Irreelstsble with The "Jurnms Musjid" lies about 100 priale cupoln n a capital, but that has long him. Mr. Woltord cotrmanilei. tbe First yards outside the Fort. A natural rock, since disappeared, and the top bui simply M Gtrpenter is much improved in health. Joe O fley sold to Terhune for Tenn. Kentucky Cavalry during the war. He some 40 or 60 feet high, has been taken ad been "squared oft1' to prevent further dilapwan a border Union man, end br virtue of vantage of in its construction and its top idation. A pavilion 20 feet in heiehl of parlies 25 head of mules, riling 2 year olds, Ma strong war record he sits on tie demo levelled for tbis Mohnmmedan Temple. suitable finlh would cost too much for an at $00. J G Weatherford sold to Jesse cratlotidc, representing a mountain di The Orthodox pattern of all Eastern economical government, but it would make Hocker his gray gelding for $200. G. C. trict which would nalurallr eem! a repub- mo ques, obtains In this: a groat quadran- the Kootub what It wss originally. It is Jenkins said tn J. G. Weatherford a bay lican. There Is noiliice elenant iu Mr gle, with the mujid forming the western incomparable even as it is. The man who gelding for $155. There is something abnormal in tbe atWolfords appearance. Ilii figure U stumpy side becsuse that is the Mecca side the built it, did little el-at least that is mosphere, cr somewhere else. Cole CarpenJ frock coat doesn't imand a other three, arched cloisters, in the centre known. He lived 700 years ago. His name ter is complaining that his bees, which prove the outline. A verv fat face, which of each a noble gateway ; that facing the Kootub-ud-deeHe had grand charachave been eo carefully nurtured and educa! broadened by a Rtin, conveja 10 repoie East, the most imposing. teristics of somo sort, I'll warrant. This been guiltr of tbe solecism of the Impression that Mr. Wolford may be a The terrace on which tbe Jumma Mus- tower is the proof. No man could invent, ted, have humorist. Thin Impression Is dispelled jid Is built is mounted by massiee red sand- such a monument out of a shallow nature sending out several colonies in March, a thing said to be without a precedent in the soon after the Kcntucklan get the floor stone steps most impressive flights and But whether his inherent greatness flowed anuala of bee keeping. i tbe petbetlc. Give quite in keeping with the general grandeur in a good or bad Ilii itylo of oratory channel, the misty legends The tolution of the connundrum "why him the case of a loyal widow whore wocd of the building they lead to. There la not of the past informs us not. I am glad he pile melted away in the sixties a the re- an insignificant point in the whole, to de- lived, as far as I sec of what he has left be- could nustonrille poll 100 more votes in the democratic primary than it ever did be sult of the proximity of a cap. For two tract, in the least, from the glorious (out hind. fore?'' Is easy when it is remembered that Mr. Wolford talks with Ke minute entonlk The eye is, simply filled, with The great mioar Is surrounded by granRravity; then his arms begin to awing The the ttatelloess and perfect finish of every deur In ruins. A noble motque originally we are historically and emphatically a prolific people. The war is over, and, like perspiration come out In ureal drop, and part turn which way you will. rose beside If; but only magnificent fragWashington, Cincinnati and other luminvoice quavers, rolls down his face. HI The quadrangle is open to tbe sky and ments of it remain. A curious iron pillar aries of tbe suggest pait, our people are de and takes on the tremuloof tbecsmp-tnee- t "paved with fair aton;" with a white mar 23 feet high stands in the ancient quadranvoting themselves to "tbe arts of peace." It ble tank in tbe centre, ever filled for inic exhorler. At lfBRth be weep. y gle of the musjid, about which there are no A friend suggests, in farther elucidation of with be seems as if he about to purpose, for the devotee, without end of legend; but nothing really known, tho mystery, that the boys are all born emotion Not so lie it now in Irs red bathing, may not worship holding fast except that it is very ancient, dating far democrats. of "(he traditions of '.he elders " heat, and he maintains It until the u back of cocquest to times of the gavel inform, him that his time is up. The motque-2- 00 Cost of Cars. feet frontage by 120 Hindoo supremacy. Then tbe tears stop, the deep, rich color feet depth is paved with slab of whito s A standard eight-wheAmerReturning, tbe same day, we viiited the Kradtially recede, tbe perspiration dr!, marble 3 feet by 1), with each bordered great tomb of Humayun the father of ican locomotive, with automattc train and the broad face rxpuiil. with the happy prettily by a narrow rihband of black ditto Akbar the great. It is a prodigious aiTiir, driver brakes, is worth about $7,000. A look, and Mr Wolford is ssrene aud at inlaid. Each slab will hold one worshiper with immene dome, costly, elevated plat-for- modern sleeper, wilh 42 inch steel lired To ere with room peace with all the world aijalii suitable positions. Three trucks and steel axlce, is finely paved, and In eyery way wor- wheels, Mr. Wolford work him.e1! up to the orator magnificent dome of pure white marble thy of tho august du-- t that reposes beneath worth about $10,000. A parlor car, wilh pitch and let hinpelf down to hi. normal the central one much the Urgwt surmount its splendor. Here the lost of the old Mo-gb- ul steel tired wheels and steel axles, leyel without wrecking lit suspenders I the whole, with glittering tips of gilded toilet-rooand upholstered chairs, ia worth race died by tbe hand of Capt. Hod ono of the features of tbe Forty ninth Con copper spires, atop. coach with toi eon; who, bearing that the Princes who had about S5.S00. A t. Two stately minarets right and left of 130 beaded and guided the defence of Delhi, in let room, patent car warmer, 42 inch steel Rrtss. SU InaU feet, of while marble and red sad etone, al- the mutiny, were concealed in this tomb, tired wheels and steel axles, is worth about A Braktman't Melansholf Eipintncc. coach, with 33 inch "Talking about suddcr. changes in torn ternating, in vertical stripes, from top to intrepidly followed the flying insurgents $5,500. A second-clas- s said a St. I'.tll brakeman; "11 bottom, with 5 gulleiie, at symmetrical in- with a handfull of brave men, ferreted steel tired wheels and steel axles And patent perature," is worth about A posme tell you of n little experience I had one tervals, running round outside; arid access them out and slew them with his own to the summit furnished by stairs of stone hand. The old blind Father of these re- tal car of modorn dtaigo, with 42 inch steel day a few weeks mto. It was a nice, warm dy, and I was out on m run, Mid m within. A lovely domed pavilion crowns bellions scions of royalty, died, a state tired wheels and axle, is worth about $3,-00- 0. A 50 foot baggage car, of modern dejuit congratulating myself that we'd cot tbe apex, from which a glorious view, fur prisoner, at Rangoon, I think, not very many miles around may be had; and Delhi long after. So perished ignobly the last of sign, with same running gear, is worth through on timo thii trip. We'd had Erer in about $2,800. A standard 34 foot box car, tough timet with snow and cold, and I was itself, with its thousands of white, plastered the "Great Moghul" dynasty. with awing motion trucks and caaa wheels fine outlook houses lies at one's feet, the glare of white Jesus, Geo. O, Barkes. particularly plcacI with the and iron axles, is worth about $400 A most gratefully softened by green trto tops, on this occilm, 'mum I wanted to get Advertisement coal car, with sime trucks, is worth about sfTjrding a most pleading view. Seen horns in time to lead the) prayer meeting', and 1 State of Iowa, $325. A standard lltt car is worth about thus from above as well as from its unusulifin' as it was my turn. I'm a religions Jeffeuson County. ; $300. Caboose) are wcrth from $800 to you can place the ut ally broad streets, I think Dolhi the man. you see, an' so Whereas certain difficulties have arien 1 hare yet seen in Ioiin. owing to the build.-B- oo Line Giz. most confidence In what I tell you Well, in relation to certain property that Elixa A hair of Mohammed's head is shown In as I was a savin, it was a nice, warm,thw. Sleighing is very pretty amusement, but A. Mourey gave to Jos. Miller and iu heat log day, a id wo were making good time one of the cloisters below, and the "faith- of passion and on rumors and reports, I some how it palls upon a fellow when he Pretty soon, Ihoogb, the ttain stopped, ful" believe it genuine. At which I do not have said hard things against said Jorepb has two girls in the sleigh with him and miles from any station, and I stepped out smile in pity, but blush for very shame, Miller, and M. J. Johnson and furthermore dare not put his arms around one of them we are "all In ths same boat" in one to see what tho matter was. I noticed that that all financial difficulties have been settled for fear of making the other mad. It Li a a way or other. Superstition is not confined between us and said Jos. Miller, now I, the sort of a game in whioh two of a kind can it seemed slUhtly colder and I shivered to tbe East -a- las! "Relics" are holv the bit as I stood in the sltnh an 3 water look undersigned, hereby state that said Jos. not be successfully played off. They make world over. All .Vcu Culfn we all may log ahead where the engineer was fixing Fall River Advance. Miller has always treated us in a kind and a too full hand. By the say. something about bis machine. gentlemanly manner and also that M. J. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tbe lovely rows of delicate white marble time tbe engineer had concluded his fixing, Johnson (who was tbe agent of eaid Eliza In tbe world lorCuU, Bruises domes above the eastern gate to the grand probably three or four mioules, I wss A. Mourey, when she was transferring prop- Bore, Salt Rheuin, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Cbapped moeque, look like.trands of pesrls around chilled through and wasn't sorry to set erty to eaid Milter) did nothing on that oc- H.ndi, C.llblsln, Corns and all Skin Eroptlons, the throat of beauty. From a distance casion only as Eliza A. Mourey directed and poiltlrely cure File., or no par required. I, him jump into his cab and to hear the ball In alabaster, ready to burst and 1. guaranteed to gUe perfect utlifactlon, or money - to get on like bubbles I made a movring for starling him and now I hereby exhonerate him refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Fox sale by disappear as you look at them. the train but it wasn't much of a move. In from any blame or accusation as to said renny & McAllilor. Tbe Jumma Mu'jtd grand as it is on fact I was stuck. IJ could no mora move business and anything that I have said deAn Old Citizen Speaks. had been sit near inspection, and perfectly finished in rogatory to the character of either said M. my feet than if the court-bouMr. J. M. Norris, an old clUiaa of Borne, Qa. City Hall on tbe all its parts, looks its best from a distance. J. Johnson or Jos. Miller, I hereby retract tingon one of tSem and the that he bad been badly troubled with KidSeen from tbe monument ou the "Ridge," other. You see while I had bsen standing the same and will eo far as mar be in my ney Complaint for a great many years and wltb two miles out, it crowns the imperial city Ecxstna for threo year; at times could scarcely power in the future, live in peace and harin that water the temperature had suddento like a very diadem of glory nnd beiuty. mony with .said parties and furthermore walk, and bad tried many remedies without ben ly fallen, so that the water bad turned efit, before he began taking Electric Bitters and Verily Shah Jehao was the Solomon of firm Ice, and my feet were frcxen fit. The that any hard talk or accusation that I have anointing his bands with Bucklen's Arnica Salre, bis gorgeous time. And both were of Ismade or said against or about Dr. Thomas This treatment afforded blm great relief and be train moved off without me, despite my rael. From the top of tbe minaret of the F. Jones, of Abingdon, Iowa, as to bis strongly recommend. Electric Hitters to all who cries, and I stayed there three hours and Jumma Musjid, or the summit of tbe mon suffer with Kidney Complaints Jor need a Blood conduct in any way or manner, in relation Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAIUtsr. misel my prayer meeting. That beat all looking S W. the eye lights upon a changes in temperature I ever ument, to the transferring of raid property by the uJJtn graceful tower, far out, that impresses you, Most Excellent. beard of, and you can bet it was a cold day Eliza A. Mourey to said Joe Miller, I hereeven U miles away, with its wondrous beau- by J.J. - Atkins, Chief of Police, KdoxtIIIo, Tenn., when I get left." retract ths same and say to the world at writes.- "My family and;l are beneficiaries of your ty of proportion and dixzy altitude. This large that anything I have eaid derogatory most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New DIkot Letter Fnma Colored Man.ZT2 is is tbe famous "Kootub Minar" tbe disto his character as a doctor or citizen haa ery for Contumrtlon; having jfound It to be all To"thTBdlUr of tbs InUrlor Journil. tinctive glory of Dslhl without as the been done in a passion or on information that you claim forlt, desire toitcsttfy to Its virI visited tbe Anchorage titate Asylum "Taj" is of Agra. friends to whom I recommonded It that was mere rumor and I am now fully tue. My at every opportunityhare Dr. King'. New surprised this week and I was very much pialis It ." We spent a delightful day ir. visiting it, to eee how nicely everything was carried getting back easily in time for our evening satitfied that said Dr. Jones Is an honora- DlKOvery for Consumption Is guaranteed to euro on by Superintendent H. K. Pusey. I service. Only 8lster Alackebiia went with ble, upright man and now voluntarily sign Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every affction of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Tritalked with a good many of the patients our six. Bro. and Mrs. Seymour, being this paper and deliver this paper to said al Bottles Free at Penny A McAlliter's Drag Store. give tbe officers splendid weary and a little ailing, and already hav- parties, to forever hold and use if any con- Large size. IL and they all names, Anchorage has had a bad name, ing visited it before, kept camp for us. duct in the future should require it to be Positive Cure for Piles. but I think it Is fast belnj redeemed under I'oung of the Sufiolki made the 8th of our used by said parties or either of them in to the people ot this county we would say that defense of their characters, we bars been given tbe Agency of Dr. Marchlal'i the prevent management. Tbe fact that all happy party. Geo, Mouiiby. Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed talked with thon?ht a the patients that I Tbe excellent road over which our carWitneeamy hand March IS, 188G. J. to cure or money refunded Internal, External, good deal of both the male and fern tie at riage, pissed is lined for miles on either Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Pries BOo a box. teodanta led me to believe that they were side nith great and small domed tombs in D. Jones, witness to the signature of Geo. For sale by Penny dMcAlltter, Druggists, well cared for. I went to Anchorage to a belter or won state of preservation. Mourey. Hfiat Can Be Done ? eo my wife and I found that she was get- Pnrhaps 100, at, least, may be counted withA huge California hawk iwooptd down By trying again and keeping up ronrage many ting along well, and her reason was almost in easy reach of the road, and tbe hori- on a sleeping cat at Santa Rosa the other things seemingly impossible may be attained. restored. The number of colored patients zon is doited with them fnrtber off. It day and bore it rquailing and scratching Hundreds of bopeleta cases ol Kidney and liver yielt the white departare 100. I did not cured Electric Bitters, anises, almost awes one to think of what high in the air. When about 500 feet high Complaint bave else had beenbytried In vain. 8o ment, because I did sot have tbe time. once covered this historical ground in by the hawk lost its grip at.d the cat came after everything don't think there Is no cure for you, but try Klec-trl- o Colored attendants, Mr. Wesley Anderson, gone ages. down with fearful velocity, but the hawk Bitters. There is no mediolne to safe, eo pure Anderson Boone, Mrs. Lucluda Smith, "Tbe Kootub" as it la.called by all, Is a caught it again just before it struck the and so perfect a Blood Purlfl.r. Bleetrto Bitters Miss Anna Ford. I found tfcem all to be red sand stone, round tower, 233 feet high, earth, and waa carrying it off, when sud- will cure Dyspepsia, Dlabste and all Diseane of kind and friendly and I waa confident that of surpassing beauty of design aud finish-begin- ning denly both fell like lead to tbe ground, the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. I was leaving my wife In good hands. with a diameter of nearly 60 Thecal had bitten through the hawk's Large Bottles only SO cents a bottle at Penny A Chablsy Bthwart. killRespectfully, MsAllster. feet at the ground and diminishing to 0 at bead, killing it instantly, and the fall has 5 storeys, ascending to the ed the cat. WILL YOU SUFFER wltb Dyspepsia and Llv-e- r "Have you any tbe lop. It Burlesque Actreas Complaint? Shlloh's Vltallter is guaranteed to At a recent Dunkard baptismal service hi. rV .Ilk tlahttl Clerk -- "No, madam very summit, by tbe easiest flight ef stairs ever saw in a tower of any kind, any-wb- er. at Jones' Falls, Md., one of the baptized cure you. For tala by M. L. Bourne. colors." Burlesque but we have other THAT HACKING COUOUI.cube so qalckly ; aud unlike tbe stumbling, persons, a young woman wss nearly stranActress -'- "I must have blsck. My hus cured by Shlloh's Cure. We guarantee IU M. L. hand died recently, and I m wearing ed, badly ventilated abominations so com gled at tbe second dip, and so prostrated at Bourne. CATARUU CURED; health and sweat breath mon in spiral, Internal stairways one has the third that she had to be carried to a mourning KCured by Shlloh's Catarrh Reiof-JPrice B0. abundance of light to see where one is go- neighboring house and revived. A thirHaaal Injector free. For sale by M. L. Bourne, In Pern elections thirteen person were ing from bottom to apex, The first three teen year old girl endured the ordeal with SLREPLE39 NIGHTS, made miserable by killed or wounded nt Huacheo. The elecstoreys are fluted most beautifully; the 4th a emillug face. Etch was in the ice cold terrible cough. (?h!loh'. Our ( the remedy that for on the Cincinnati tions were conducted Is plain and tbe filh partly plain and part you. For sale at M. L. Bourne's, water at least ten minutes. plan. iiaxi cahii. ROBERTSON -.- A-HSTID rl Miid-ston- KINNAIRD -- Dealeis I.t e, long-ektrin- ixroTioras, WALL PAPEE, &C, DANVILLE, KY. We wish to announce, to the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties efforts In tbe selection of that we have put forth unusual SPRING ' ablti-tlonar- 1 rp Ji Mus-ulma- f, e- - . ir-- y ry first-clas- And we now a stock Immcme In proportion and elegant In appearance. all the latest novelties in mhi i Our stock eubraces - Fine Drc8N GorxlH fr six-whe- nnd TrlmuilngHMatch. Vclvcta nnd Bullous fo 12-in- To our trirnds who treln tho babltoi vltitlng Louisville (or their supply we can sow say that we can save you the fare to and fro and can rave your xpm. chstgrs en your jmrch.-e- j and can show equally as good selection as any city merchant. Wc alio calf attmtlon to our very large and first-clas- s Globe-Democra- Hniaclsoiiic &tock of Wall Ceilings nitcl Decorations. Come to see us and laper, Borders, Wo Will Save You Timo and Money. JIOBERTSOS & KIXXAIIll). Danville, Ky. FOR SALE! A nice saddlo Stallion, 3 lU-l- it'. Ij. ItAWHOX. years old, by On Time. LflJ "filnoGrnas Konlc." Shortest and Quickest Borne from Geo tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between hand-fomestc- $1,-20- 0, FOR SALE. Moreland. Ten Stacks of liar and 100 barrels of Corn, near J. N. CAIlTKIl, MllleJgevllIe. BB. W. B. PENNY, Moe-aar- y. nflu a. r.n,.if.,.l,ul. rart itortr to 12 x. biob JoDRitab office. Office boura from 8 to when x.and 1 to 5 r. M. Anesthetics administered llM-lyr-i BOUTB-BOVK- IontJat. STANFOBDD, KY. LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Schedule tn Effect Oct. Ko76i Ex. Sun. Lve. Covington.., " Falmouth... " Cynthlana. 11, IBM. Mo. "FoTiT" Ex. Hun. Dally Tbet-MtSa- STANFORD, Arr. Paris--.. " Lexington... South side Main Street, two doors above the Myers Hotel) '11 45 a m 11 whsn rs- - Lve. Paris. Pure Nitrous Oxide Gas administers Art. Winchester ... U 80 p mill qulred. Richmond...... 2 00pm " Lancaster ...... 8 13pm Office unoKON isjaivTis'x. KY. 8 10 am 8 10pm 0 55 a m 9 31pm 11 02 a m 10 W p n 11 10 am 11 00 p id 12 S7 p m 03 p ra 40 p m pm pm 497pm 6 15 pm 6 17 pm 2 00 2 82 PIANOS AND ORGANS. Mews. 8. R. A L.J. Cook are Agents for the John Church A Co. Pianos and Organs, which em- brace tbe following most excel I nt Instruments.Knabe & Co., Ilazelton Bros., Decker A Boa and Everett Planoi. Abo. Clougb A Warren and tbe John Church A Co. Organs. TbeM Instruments are most excellent in tone, of creat durability and we dety competition. All of then, are warranted for Syr tmh. R f.re n cm A. R. Penny. Mrs. E. M. Gubenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and James Heailey, Stanford; Mrs. Msggle Holmes, Crab Orchard: Qen. W. J. Landram and Miss Lis-a- le Ilutluian, Laacutfr, Ky. " Rowland 6 00 p m 725pn. ....., I 6 25 p m 0 10pm se Lve. Richmond.....! 2 05 pm 3 SO p ml Arr. Berea " LlvlnRato- n- 6 00 ami Kobth-Bouw- .. I . No. 11 No. 3 SCO 10 22 11 45 No. t ...i. Lve. Livingston . Arr. Richmond . Lve. Rowland... " Lancaster.. Arr. Richmond.. Lve. Richmond .... Arr. Winchester,., Berea a m am am .., 11 7 19 ami, 8 05 a ml, 00 am, 6 05 7 05 7 8 8 9 BOTJBNB! " Falmouth d man at novnii know Bourne, the Arr. Covington ll not, lose no time In maktbe osw Drug StoreT If ing his acquaintance. SXlYflTIXI,!: He Is polite, accommodatlog, and sails his 'goods lower than the lowest. He hujuit received a new NOBTU-BOCBcargo of Paints for tbe Bprlng trade, a spiondU of Landreth's Seeds In bulk, the Celebrated LeMato's Bock Crystal Spectacles and Lve Covington.., ... DruggUts' Sundries, Surgical Instru" Lexington .... and a ...... Paris ments, Musical Goods, Show Case Articles, ArrMUlersburg... Arr Paris......... Lve. Lexington .... ..... Lvo Paris " Cynthlana .... am ami 818 am 23 a in 20 a m 53 a m AS a m 80 a m 25 2 25 3 25 1 piul am am a 40 p m 1 20 pm 3 20 pm 3 M p m 5 51 pm 4 40 p ra 8 57 pm 6 00 p m 8 43 pm 130pm BRANCH. Dally Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. Ban. 25 20 47 03 Id 08 7 8 8 9 10 SO ifoTSl, TToTSJT A Full line of Drugs, Patent cine! and Chemicals. Medi- " Johnson Carlisle am am am 2 00 p ra 4 20 pm " mar- Maytvllle.... a m 8 a mI 7 am 5 25 pm 5 4S p m 10 nm 07 p m ou pm ry, As for ToiletlArtlclcs-woll.'- .lf go Im mcdiatelyto you wanl to BOOTH-BorH- Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Sun 8 45 a m 2 45 pm 8 27 a m 3 23pm 7 28 a m 4 25pm 7 43 a m 4 47 pm 8 15 a m 5 15 p ES 9 10 a m 8 10 p ra 11 SO a m 8 4Ti p No. 52 No. SI BOURNE'S. Opposite be Myers House, Stanford, Ky Lv. Msvsvllle.... " JobnMa...... 11 Carlisle ...... Mlllersburg. Arr Paris........ .. " Lexington..... Valuable Mill Property for Sale " Covington .... a ba Sir-ma- th Win4 are dally Nora. Trains 8 The property known u the nustonvllla Flouring chester, Lexingtonand Coviogton; between train and other Mills will be otVrrd for sale to tbe htnhr.1 am daily except Sunday, and beat bidder, on Direct conn.clloai are made at Winchester wltb CbMapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Saturday, April 10th, 1880. Huntington, Charleston, YV. Va., and Eastern cst- ie. Line." Nos. S This property Is new, eoramodleusly located at and 4 run via WlnehesUr, Past Hustonvllle, Lincoln county, Ky In a fine farm- Bolld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cara belweeat ing region; runs two sets of flour bans snd one Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester . ! ftt.nl. h,l with imnla ni.ahln. and Waahlngtor, D. C. u. ery and tbe later appliances anil la capable of Through tickets and bacsag checked to any dolLt lart and excellent work. destination reached by a railroad. The sale will be poaltlva. Terms made known W. H. WHTTTLESET, 8.F. B.M0R3E, Passenger Agvnt, on day of sale. Trav. Pass. Agent, Wt H, aMtTa, Lexington. Ky Covtnzton, Ky, C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, Pretldent Uustonville Mill Co. 0- -. General Manager, Iff .. 102-t- d ill-lig- lii. --.tit:. vGBl.ral-l oil MUMSIrtcur. II k u. . (.1 . vo CtiM.t. s i.u-- n.vs. . Intuit 1 toil hat a t ',. cl4 xl tJt --4 uai-.r- uw. , PENNYROYAL PSLlb tkllM-utfe- U """j'URNlY atut-.p. y, S tuts Ctsalciiea. Clnehm.U.O anion Cla.uftM yUiua. A. 1 thPaJk.l iwv th. ludiot; tA ftru. BROS r, aM j Mtt rum OMi SMITH, ttk. si AT. PAFPH4vld br Urasnttta Ttie Original cud Only Ucuuli.e. KU1I. Bu..fw.rtll'ulrati-H"it- . u LA PICS. A.k jeur llrJinrl.t or "i'hlchwl-- '. rcUfcWuS tu in t'tttf - rrturn iMito ut Cr NAME "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." ;t It. ul-J- oUt- -r b- IM.11U ..-.- -', t.r. KtU" r T.rjwkr. at till. Ait fcr tiki-.i- 'fli'-b- j. l. &mMttfa$Mst$iitil Stanford, Ky., 1 whither he went to prepare for tho spring trade in dry goods. Mr. R. II. BaUon is in Cincinnati. Mr. Steve Estus is reported convalescent. P. WALTON. W. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Ponuo Sale of Good On Tuesday, The abovo Arm realising that tho Bprlog Season Is Just ahead and that their new tyring and Bumthe 30th of March, ISSO.at 2 o'clock r, m, mer goods will coon login to arrlto and that thsy must make room for their unusually Urg orders now A petition is being circulated in Lou Anotiieii advocate of tho whippingpost As trustee of W. O. Rtgney I will, on placcd with manufacturers In tho Hut, huo decided to sell for ths law appears in the Lexington Oaxctte, isville asking that boycotting be made a the 30th day of March, 1SS0, in tho store There is a solution of the con criminal offense. This is a capital idea which house now occupied by W. O. Rtgney, in and a law providing for its severe punishvict question in easj reach of tho Logisla Lancaster, Ky., sell to the highest and best . aruicTLY ture "if only" one strong hand was stretch- ment ought to be pissed. bidder, at publics auction, a stock of goods, A bill having been introduced in Jibe la in the ened out to grasp it, and that consisting of an elegant line of boots and law. Not one Kansas Legislature to change ground-hoactment of a whipping-pos- t shoes and ready made clothing and gents day from February S to February 1, It is convict in ten would ba sent there who are furnishing goods. There is about $3,000 And to convince tin publlo tbil wo wean what we say, we quote the following prices on Groceries , sent there now, and by a simple provision now in order for the Kentucky Legislature worth of goods in the stock in splendid birthday II pounds Granulated Sugar for llj 1SIU Cltarlfled H.O. Sugar Jlj Id lbs Open retlleN.O. Bugs nhk.l.wtt mtr.l.i tta Idft nntinnftl with to movo to change Washington's merchantable condition. The sale will be tl, 3ptg. Arbtlcklo'lCoaoo!9c: Church's Arm n.l llimm.r Nn.1.. x II.. I..i n.... t.. ,..0 those who are now in the penitentiary for tnm & 22J to the 30th of February. made on a credit of ono half tho 1st of Pr lbj best stick Ctndy 10c lb; 3 lb Can Tomatoes lOo each; 3 lb beat Peaches Ho etch; and air5lh"e7" accept U'liMbetnlown iNews. some of the lower erades of crime to Canned Goods In January 18S7, and ono half tho 1st of Ju- OltlScpenfullonj stme proportion, Hest Londm Inyer Ilalslus lflja per pound; bit Headlight QY Speaker Ofluttt had read A resolution fine Talent Flour 1 7Jperhundred, and all olhcrgodi at a certain amount of Btripes and be tuinoi thtnm; slauh'tJT ly, 18S7, with intercct from date. Neout. Probably scores would taso a whip- in regard to the leasing of convicts. It augotiable notes with necurlly will bo reAnd on Dry Goods wo will go ono better.l tia rfduci all 7c an I Si prints to 5Jf e and all flo snd c ping and go free and thus relieve the State thorizes the Directors of the Kentucky penquired. Persons detiring to purchato are prints to SJic per yard. rjurentlre stock of Drcts Goods, which embraces a nice Une, reduced In lame greatest embaraeament to which it itentiary to relieve the Mason & Foard of the invited to examine the stock of goods be- proportion. AllourlS IHebe.l Cotton down to lucj all our lOo to 7c; all our 7o to 8c pu yard. Compiny from further reliability aa lessees Ladles and GsntV has ever been subjected, and do much to in ndaFlannel, year, ws will closs Woolen I'ndorwear and Jean., of which wo hare large stock tit fore the day of sale. The store-rooout at 3 percent lets than manufactursrs' coit.We mean thlisenonof tho depleted treasury. If the lash of the convicts, and directs the committees If and isMrS t row run hn rntrd on ifj-o,-, to our bargains sure enooghjuit a.k ui to show you wlut wo hare doneon DANHLLE. BOYLE COUN1Y. our Winter had never been abolished, there would not of both the Houee and Senate on Revenue Clothing, Data and Cap, Hoots and Shoes. reasonable terms. J. G. Sweeney, only not have been any necessity for a sec- and Taxation to report bills, the provis Laborers are now digging the cellar for fjuro we can not giro you In this smsllj adrertlseinent the prices on all the dlffsrrnt grade of Trustee. March 17, 1SS8 construcond penitentiary, but the oae at Frankfort ions of which shall require the the new building to be erected by the Dan? '"JBgHffiif ff? Jon'.t of " we ibsll boi-m-T vsSS&Jl!!1??1worth.t I MAN KILLED. you to buy a anTalf VurnlsTIln77ti7VT--ir;f.S;fpwould never have been full. Is there no tion of additional cells in the present peni- ville Planing Mill Company on Main street ,?;,, icrlptlon, Including all klnda of Farming Implements. also'OuMmw.r-rHin.- 1 ,..-.- . "...I ti,uaro ana an member of the Legislature of sufficient tentiary, and for the completion of the next to J. M, Hackney & Co. Statement of Eo Witnesses Exonorating Kinusori'urniiure, you wju una corresponding ogurcs., eaw Col Slaughter. comminding influence to put through a branch penitentiary at Eddyville; also that The juniors of Centre College have or wm creaiejeomtewatlon among our neighboring owwni nuuwiiuiMvnii anTeru-ra- eni the convicts be made to work on the latter. measure of such obvious public expedimerchants, and we expect UU Columbia on all sides, but we hope the brethren will bear with u7"es dered a lot of class hats, which will bo here To the Editor ot the Interior Journal. Representative Cox, one of the Legisency? We, the undersigned, witnessed the kill we mutt reduce our stock and know of no other way to do It snd know that this wilt. and which when worn will dislative investigating committee sent to the We are now ready for the grand rally, so come one and ill and bring these quotations with you and tinguish their wearers from the rest of man- ing of John W, Baker, colored, by D. G. The old Confederate flag on tho Southern tee that we wnlorm slrTctfjr'tuTEwirin each' and emyTnsUnce. TEanklng"our"Mends"nd coal mines, says: My impression, gained tbepub" Slaughter at Dripping Springs on Thurs llcjgenerally for past Soldiers' Home at Richmond, Va., was kind. farors, we are, most rsipectiallr, placed at half mast on the occasion of the from talks with the managers of the mines The weather has been mild and spring- day morning, March 18. 18S0. Mr. S. and from my own observation, is that there death of Stonewall Jackson's war horse, like for several days; the minnows and fish- was starting to Paint Lick and had sent The old soldiers is work at Beaver Creek for more free mi ing worms are hiding and the usual spring taid Baker to catch up his horse. The Sorrel, this week. Old ners than are obtainable, and that their aiojcirfjvaa-y- . falsehoods in regard to the sizs and number night previous Biker and his wife had bad were tenderly attached to him and watched idleness is largely due to their own obstinaof fish caught, are floating on the balmy a fuss and he was still mad. As he brought over his last days with great solicitude. cy. I think thwe miners are being used by up the horse it ehied and he commenced air, He was 32 years of age, was wounded twice some one, probably the Knights of Labor, Slgnor Rtcardo, of New Orleans, the pulling and jerking him. Mr. S. told him during the war, and was the last surviving but for what purpose is not plain to me. magician, illusionist, ven- to stop and remonstrated with him about hone of tho Confederate army. A taxiderIn their ignorance the miners do not real- triloquist, mesmerist, pianist, vocalist and it and laid his hand on his shoulder aud mist was at once set to work upon him, and ize this fact, it seems, but are being blindly elocutionist, with his troupe of royal mar- told him be was mad at his wife and wantand will stuff and mount the horse, vrbhb led by eome one shrewder than they. Of bUCCEStiOBtJTOwill be placed in the Soldiers' Home. The ionettes, showed at the Opera House last ed to take his spite out on the horse, that course, if thsy are being wronged, I am for night. if he did not stop his cutting up around animal after Jackson's death was placed at giving them proper and immediate relief. Rue A Hudson sold on Wednesday to here ho was going to wear him out. Baker the Virginia Military Institute, and no was rme mm. Price Hudson, of Louisville, 11 good South ran his right hand In his pocket and mid one was snowed to MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. And hating also purchassd ef Bright A Metcalf their stock of taken to the New Orleans Exposition, and ern horses, averaging from $150 to $190 In a very rough and defiant manner "Let's The new Electoral Court Bill was passalthough kindly cared ior by the soldiers each. Bowen Fox sold same day to Mont see you." Air. B. men turned anu waiueu ed by the Senate. Messenger Chief up on the porch and into his store-housof the Home, it is alleged that the trip Fox a fine Mrs. Elisha Duncan, of Pulaski, is Biker still following him to the edge of the fatally injured him. gelding for $168. dead, at the age of 73, George Peters and William Pigg were porch and as he neared the porch drew his George W. Bain, the temperance evanBrEAKER Offutt incensed at Ed, Madtried Tuesday before Judge Lee for break pistol, a 33, centre fire, bull dog. Slaughden because of a newspaper! article that gelist, has become a citizen of Lexington. ing open a freight car at tho depot and ter got his pistol from the store and step showed him up in a bad light, issued or The resignation of Gov. Eli H. Mur stealing several pairs of shoes. Both are ped to the front door with it in bis hand by ders excluding him from the reporter's ray was requested Wednesday by Secreta -- We cow hare young negro boys and both were held for his side. Baker, who waa waiting for him desk. Madden had charged in his paper ry Lamar. Boggles Carriage!, Surreys, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons. Farm Wagons, Lumber Wagons, Log further trial in the sum of $75 each. Una- 0 feet away at the edge of the porch, raised Christian county white A that the speaker had shown partisanship ble to give bail, thty went to jail, where his pistol and fired twice in rapid succes Wagons, Dump Carts, Hows, Cultivator. Harrows. Corn I'lanters. Crn Dsll.i. llMn Vn..n ir.. in favor of the filibustering tactics employ- girl has disgraced her name by eloping , they will lay for the next six months at the sion. His first shot went close to Mr. S . Bakes, Hay 8Uckers, Grain Drills. Feed Cutters, Uorse Powers, Pump-- Water Elevators. Corn flhslir ed by the opponents of the bill making with a en. Com Mills, Cane Mills. Cldsr Mills, Daw MIUs.Thre-.hlnnegro. Msehtas, Uuggy Hub- -.. Wagon liar. head and entered a joiet in the store; the nese, Gum Hose, Gum Ihlllng, Packing, expense of the county. Coal, Lumter, Doors, Sua, BHsdi, Moatdlncs and gambling a felony, all of which OfTutt Thomas Sharkey, of Lexington, comersrr' J. Bell Caldwell, of tbis county, was second hit Mr. S centre on the watch pock- other kind of as unqualifiedly false. On the mitted suicide at Frankfort by shooting Monday night about 8.30 et on left side, entering and completely shot and killed other hand Mr. Madden maintains that he himself through the head. o'clock by Albert 8allee, in the old college shattering his watch, which was a solid word he wrote and has adcan prove every Maj. John 8. Barlow, of Barren counBailee admitted the killing and nickle Longies and which saved Mr. S dressed a letter to tho body asking for a ty, a man identified with the politlcical campus. gave himself up and is now under guard. life. Tho force of the shock knocked Mr. full investigation, which will be had. If history of the State, is dead. The examining trial is set for Friday. Bai S. back and we all thought he was killed. Madden can do as he says. Offutt deserves Charges have been preferred at Wash deceased was making Then Mr. S. raised his pistol and fired An will sell I hem asCHEAr u any dealsr In Central Kentucky. tho censure of every man who wishes to ington against O. O, Stealey for lobbying lee claims that the hostile demonstrations when the shot was twice and Baker walked around the corner see gambling made odious. We hope he and the case will be investigated. fired. No weapon was found on Cald- of the houee and fell dead. Said Biker We will also handle can not. A newly invented telephone has been well's person except an old pocket knife, was a good work hand, but of a very bad The Legislature could well devote itself tested by which conversation was easily which was in his pantaloons pocket, closed temper when mad. He and his wife were to the consideration of a bill limiting the carried on between New York and Washup. Caldwell was about 35 years old and constantly in a fuss and the night before grounds for an appeal in criminal cases. ington, 240 miles. unmarried, Bailee is about 22 years old and he had been quarreling with her and she These appeals have so often resulted in the A mass meeting of the miners and had gone out and threatened to hang herrelease of murderers about whose guilt citizens of Whitley is called to meet at also unmarried. Mr. E. Zimmerman, President of the self. The Rilling la greatly to be deplored, there was no shadow of doubt that in the Williamsburg, at 1 o'clock to "WTZZ- Chesapeake A Nashville Railway Compa- but Mr. S. only acted In self defence, end public mind an appeal is only a device for consider the convict question. did only as any one would In saving his recently written a letter to a promishielding criminals. Nothing has done The L. & N. has compromised with ny, has carpenter, James , Vanhoute, which the own life. confidence of the people Mrs. Georgie Brooks for the killing of her nent citizen of Danville from more to shake the "Our people in Wadie Biker, clerk, John T. Adams, Jamu following is an extract: in the rule of justice than the abuso of this son, who was a brakeman, by paying her New York Inform me that citizens of Dan. Beet, colored, Jimtnie T. Slaughter. right of appeal. It is almost impossible for $5,000 lees the costs of the suit. ville have written to them asking that the In Memory ot Little Annie Belle. the lower court to conform strictly to the Willlnbacker, the hangman of Vienna, through Danville to a On the 11th of March, ere the sun ilprogressive ruling of the high- is dead. He had the office of public ex- road be extended varying and connection with the Kentucky Central at lumed the eastern sky, the angel of death er court and in consequence there has been ecutioner twenty-fo- ur years, and during Lancaster. Oar people ask me to send entered the houeehold of Mr. and Mrs. T. And if close attention to the wants of our customers ard honest goods at prlcss that Invite compeU-tlo- n throughout the State a suspension of the that time executed only thirty-si- x are deserving of any merit, then we shall wpect our share of the public crimi them an estimate and survey of the line N. Pratt and claimed for its victim their patronage. Our stock Is now laws punishing murder with death. nals. The railroad war on rates to California from Lancaster to Danville and request the darling little granddaughter, Annie Belle Journal. second-clas- s tickets are committee at Danville to let me know what Holley, aged one year and five months. TnE New York World, the greatest pa- still wages and now down to $20 with $10 rebate, from they are willing to do providing the exten Annie Belle was born Nov. 4.b, 1881. She per in the United States, has issued an alpoints on the Missouri river to San Fran- sion is made. Let them do this and I will was the daughter of Engineer W. R. Hol manac which excels anything of the kind It consists of a full line o! forward their proposals. The committee ley and Isabella Holley; also granddaugh cisco. ever produced. There are over 200 pages The winter just closed has been re might have an act passed by the Legisla- ter of Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Carter. As little and the Information tbey contain is a very markable for the highest rate of morality ture enabling the town or county to assist nie was left motherless she (Annie) never encyclopedia of knowledge. It is sold at among statesmen and prominent men in In building the road; it will do no harm. knew the tender care of. a loving mother 25 cents and ought to be in the possession Europe and the United States of any win- Work on the road is progressing satisfacto- (who died a year ago the 27th of Feb.) The of everybody. The World newspaper cirrily. We will begin laying track the first We well know that she has received the ter in twelve years, culation last Sunday was 228,453, a steady A sensational repot t from Grenada, of next month." best of care from the hands of ber grandincrease without any excitement to create Miss., says that thirteen negroes were shot mothers. No more will we see her pleasand it seems that the 300,000, which Editor in OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. -- And a complete stock, sll stxoe the courthouse. The tragedy, it is said, ant conntenance or hear her musical voice, Palltzer has set his head upon will be real- grew out of an attempted assassination of Lancaster. among those but we can hope to meet her ized in a shorter time than even he expect- a prominent citizen by the negroes. The church at Mt. Olivet, this county, who have washed their robes and made ed. France is supposed to be especially was dedicated the 7th inst., Rtv. Morris them whiter than enow. Loving father and Judge Jackson, of the Louisville Cir- wicked in the matter "of, Htfgltlmate chil- Erans, of this place, officiating. And a line of grandparents, God bath taken Annie Belle cuit Court, has ordered that hereafter no dren, but figures show that in Denmark, of Garrard county is getting there slowly from thee for purposes known only to Him-tel- f, shall be placed on juries in his 1,000 births 70 are illegitimate, while Bay. but surely. The county iH and workAND therefore murmur not, weep not, but court, convinced that many of the unjust aria reports 08. The French rate is 75. house ales are empty, police court is rarely remember that He dooth all things well. AboHilt, Mine aiut Cement. All we ask Ir that you give us a tilaland we rromlte that 1 acquittals and mistrials result by taking Mr. Courtney, who died in Delaware in cession and then has little business. will not be our fault If you do cot continue to trade wtd ui. Uripeclfullj, The Lord Kiveth. the Lord bath taken who stand around for the last Saturday, amassed a fortune of $5,000,-00such fellows, Samuel Farrls, colored, a gentleman of away, blcefed be the name of the Lord. purpose. Judge Jackson has done much it is said, by making matches, But election bulldozing notoriety, was arrested "She Is not dead, bat aleepeth; to increase respect for the courts and for the fumes of the preparation brought on here this week by F. M, Stegar and taken Bleepeth In Christ's fond embrace; Kentucky had the complaint which terminated fatally, the laws of the land, and if Iteitlng there quietly, sweetly, to Danville, where he was wanted on some Watching the Sailor's dear face. a few more as able, aa fearless and as conHon, M. Hahn, Representative in Con- charge. scientious judges, a better state of attain gress from Louisiana, was found dead in They wept when they saw their darling Mr. Lemuel Sisk, of Newark, Ohio, wbb 11 II id from their sight OTermoro, would exist. oea in Washington, mi deatn Having re- in Lancaster Wednesday evening inquiring Yet wept, for their hearts were breaking, Col. Will S. Hays has our thanks for sulted from a hemorrhage. He was a re- into the circumstances connected with the And b'eodlng at every pore. the neat little volume containing the best publican, and was once Governor of bis killing of bis son by tho K. O, Railroad. She wu so young to leate us, So happy and full of life; and latest of his songs. It is a real gem. State. He has instituted suit against the road for The world was full of sunshine, had no idea the versatile Col. had We The loss on thekOregoq is, about a mil- $20,000 damages. He is a plain, unassumDCALKMltfNo sorrow, or care, or strife. written so many and so splendid a collec- lion and a half dollars. The fop of her ing, gentlemanly old man, with a large famso bright before them, Thdr life was Drugs, Books, Stationery and tion of poems. Send te the Courier-Journmasts are in sight above water. The cap-ta- ily and dependent in a large measure on his Ho cloud had appeared In their skies, copy for 25 cents, post paid. and get a Fancy Articles. But now their pathway Is shadowed, says he thinks the schooner which did children for support. He has bad two sons O'ercast with sorrows and algbs. killed by railroads within poured hot shot into the the damage must have gone down with all and a Senator Beck Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded, Ob, Annie, tbey mourn for you sadly, the last year and talks about the death of Also hido of Edmunds, who is leading the war on board. Though you're gone to the land erer fair; Albert Netter, the Cincinnati broker, his children with much feeling. on the presidential nominations, and ridSadly tbelr ojo ever wandered Mr. James II. Wee t, who acceptably To jour desolate, empty chair, dled it thoroughly in a debate with him be was the successful bidder for refunding 8 per cent Ohio bonds. He agrees filled a position as clerk in a dry goods Wero you looking, dear Annlo from htaren, Wednesday. It takes the fore the Senate this place, has returned to his When they loworcd yaur form from their oyesT Tho Largost Btook of Watches, Olooka, old Scotchman to do that kind of business. to refund the entire amount at 3 per cent., house in Jewoliy and Silverware and pay a premium of $21,35 on each $1- .- home In Perryvllle, much to the regret of Did you know how their hearts were breaking? Did you besx their deep, mournful elghiT The Legislature adjourned for St. Pat- - 000 bond. the many friends that he made while here. Ever bought to this market Prlcns Lowsr than Gocd-bjo- , then, dear one, lorcvr; the Lowest. Watchos, Clocks and Jewelry lie- rick's day. The next holiday for it will be Professor Tosso, of Newport, Ky,, ono Prof. J. M. Harbison is suffering with n Tbelrdarllng, their own truo lore, palrod on shut notlco and Warranted. All Fools' day, which will be very appro- of the pioneer fiddlers of the West, is dy- severe cold this week, being unable to teach Too soon, ah, too soon did be call you observed. The day must have-bee- ing at the age of 85. Ho claims to have Mr. Howard Rice has removed to the Arpriately To dwell with lllui fr aboTC." A faithful cousin, Maouik, originally set apart for just such been the hero of the adyenture In Arkansas nold property on Danville street. MUa & Crab Orchard, Mill. 17, '6C. bodies. of which grow the musical absurdity May Wiltuore, of Jessamine, is the guest of out . ." ''? SSiVni mSi PI tit form Wnirnn. SSCSC "uws,0'w.uwpjnw man V. t i Mrs. J. Roe Young will totheVlrttPrlrn. w ,... ., The language of sealing wax promise to friends here. Tim fact that there la, one preacher in known as "The Arkaneaw Traveler." I'ticuw. nut ior iwciva years The New Hampshire Insurance law shortly join her husband, who is in the In- supplant that of II wers. Red wax must 1'nvodealt with the cormlmer. tho Kentucky penitentiary and no editors YVesnip Anywhere, with prlvl. proves, if it prove anything, that the edit- acts like a charm. If a company iniurean dian Territory, having been recently ap- bo ueed for business only, black wsx for Wo par freight rlwrgn ors as a class outrank ..the preachers in honest man's house for a thousand dollars, pointed an Indian agent. Messrs. Guy E mourningland blue to signify love. Five !oth wars if not atifitnpv. "orruumvfrTiniiiKror'j years, obeying the precopts of the law. and the house burn up, the company ought Wiseman and Frank Fox, of Danville, were tints of blue are nnde to express all the Oneprlceonly rutirorm Boring J'.IBoiy 85a Is same nsoi hors to pay the thousand dollars, Otherwise it In town Tuesday. Col. W. O, Bradley has gradations of ptssion, Pink wax is for 1UIB03. frArttl WftfTtrfatt f Jv -- i Tho Houee Widows' Pension Bill, in. J5wJ5W2ikJ0ur Ilarneae creasing pay from fS. to. $12, pseed .the has beenntealfog money. If (he. insured uniformed hi cadets, who look exceedingly congratulations, nod white is for wedding i.aH..??,.1. VnU Vntber. H'ngle, io OJO, Mtrytcil friui. ddrtw, prove dishonest, jill him. weil Wiifc thv -- uuie imluary aire. Misw and bill inrilitions. Senate without amendment. . A'JtATT, bvcrctnry, Klkhurt, Iudlu little damsel comA tender-hearte- d mitted suicide at Buffalo became they woald not lei her go to the rink, We fear she will not be satisfied in heaven if she is March 19, 1880 not allowed to roll around in her favorite amusement. sa: g Col. Robert A, Johnson, the well known and highly esteemed Kentuckian and turfman, died Monday in Knoxville, where he was temporarily residing. The President ha2 nominated Civil Service Commissioner Trenholm to bo con troller of the currency, John II. Oberly. of Illinois, to take Mr. Trcnholm's place on the civil service commission, and Charles Lyman, of Connecticut, to succeed Dorman 13. Elton on that body. In an Interview with a gentleman who appears to be posted, the Louisville publishes tho following: "It is a n fact that eome of the men who were urcing and instleatine tho miners to violence are men of disreputable character, two of thorn being well known murderers, outlaws and desperadoes who are now defying the law and evading bench warrants upon indictments, whllo others aro saloon keepers and whisky sellers who are known violators of tha law." Tho latter object to the convlcta solely becauto they can not sell them whisky and in consequence their business is broken up. Cw-mtUial, well-know- EDziXusk and Kate Mason have recover ed from their iccent illness. Sweeney has returned from Col. C. W, New York, F. M. WARE. J. H. VANIIOOK. WARE & VAN HOOK McKINNEY, KY. V- - NEXT TWENTY DAYS 3Bi' Cost mid Carriage, i..i. I m vU f, 5hSL".a!iJe of .u jT :...r icy. world-renowne- d WEAREN & MENEFEE. -- n Farming Implements and Pleas ure Vehicles, c good-lookin- g pro-.noun- AN IIVIIHXISIffX: STOCK, Grain, Wool, field Hecdtt and other Farm Product?. lilii om to Stay Courier-- Complete In Every Branch, Staple and Fancy Grocers, In the City, largest Stock of Hardware t Hamilton, Steel and South Bend Chilled Plows d HARNESS SADDLERY. 0, way m w:m liitof PHARMACISTS, -- lc son-in-la- w ? JEWELERS. lyfriWI CRRJAGE HARNESS M'FC CO aa s s ou Ul-pa- i m. Chandler A Cnnon, of Tennssser, T, It. Wallou'n. bought of Wm. Burton, of Garrard, 18 IlAittma and aaddler regardleM of cost. inultH at $09; of E T Pence, 4, I UAVK In my yard behind Metcalf & Metcalf A Foster. Foster': store, all kinds of lumber, most of and 8, J. Embry, .1 at same price Stanford, Ky Marcli 10, 1880 The seed wheat sold to farmers In For Rent, A No. 1 etore houso ia the wnicu is inorouguiy soatoncd; (Jive me a northern Ohio at $15 a bushel as an im of Stanford, Ky. B. VanAradalo. heut trial. I M, Bruce. E. O. WALTON, - Businoos Managor. proved variety, provei only to have been Tub prohibitionists meet at the Court an extra selection of ordinary wheat clean Those Indebted to the firm of Bright A , ,, . . . ., . . Metcalf will please call and eettle their ac house Saturday at o'clock to dotermlne n wiccBiiro iciiurieu in wuitu counts as I am about to lewo Stanford. II whether or not they shall put candidates in farmerscui.cu.their I. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. sold wheat to agent of the tho field for county offices. 1 M r. m. C. Bright. Mll litilceMorlhM "companies" at $1 10 and afterwards " ' " Bonth....... M.J1 13 r. u. SquinE.MuitrHY Is building a warehouse bxprs strain" Bouth...... ............ 1 Hi a.m. The fish are biting first-rat- e in the bought the rame wheat b.ck at $15. " Moth " " M.aosA.K. on his lot in the rear of his buslnera house, Hanging Fork now. A couple of gentleMarcus Bean, of Wadrs, has a 2 year-ol- d Tht jot Ii calculated on standard tlino. BoUr 00x25 feet, which he says is to be tho depot men went out to Dawson's mill pond and heifer wlih a young calf, that elves 4 to U About 30 minutes laaUrt for the Chesapeake & Nashville. got 00 good sized ones Wednesday after gallons of milk after the calf has had as II lf much as it wants. What Is stranger still, Judge Owsley got a witness to attend noon. LOCAL NOTICES. court, who had been convicted and a judgThe First National Bank has added to this young cow gives milk from six teals. LANDRErit'i" (lirden Bceda at McRoberts At Thomas Embry' sale mules brought ment of One and Imprisonment entered the appearance of its large plate glats winft StepR'n. $230 to $280 per pair; brood mares against him, by promising that no effort dows by having enamel letters cemented on from LAN.Mir.Tli'ft garden need in bulk and brought from $100 to $200 e&cb; milk cows should bo made to arrest him while he them. The old badly punctuated sign at pickagfD nt l'nnr ( McA lister'. from $25 to yearling heitera $20 per Watches and Jowelrjr repaired on ohor was in attendance on the court. Tols is the Myers Houio has given place to a nice, head; calves $55; each; brood sows as high $13 notice and warranted by I'onny & McAlia said to be law, but it is a strange one if it is new one and the Portman House now atas $10 each, and shoats about $0 per cwt.; ir. tracts the eye with its name across half ot Udv tho Haa Hot; Itemed r, the or!t-aa- l Nrono Killed, In another column we the corn $1 00 per barrel; hay $25 per stack. front. Louis Ii. Ramsey, the Lexingand only genuine, from Penny AMcAl give the ktateinent of the only witnesses of Winchester DsmocraL ton artist, doing the work, liter. Louisville Tobacco Market, furnished HOP i tock of jewelry, latent the killing of John Biker by Col. DnG. A coMrLrrr. In the Chappell murder case yesterday, by Glover A Durrett, Louisville Ware- j1'. style. IVicltfcrd ..!lL i sjecU.t. lY--- ny tiLKJ, yw.ertly r.i't A McAlisttr. morning. It was a most unfortunato oc Hon. Fontaine Fux Bobbltt says he com- house: The receipts and sales this week currence, but according to the statement pletely non plussed Colonel Hill by repeat- have been luhter than for some time past, PERSONAL. the Colonel had either to do aa he did or ing In full during his argument the Col- the result of the recent unfavorable weathImMu B K 'Viluot, of Oum Sulphur, get killed himself. It was a close call for onel's speech, which be bad shown him in er conditions. There has been some him anyway. manuscript the day before, without taking provement In prices In the past few days on . mi to tee nit Tuesday. The Sensation or the Hour. The the pains to Cod out whether he, Bobbin, all grades of Burlcy tobacco, and especially Mr. 8. E Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn , auction sale of dry goods by 8. L. Powers was on tbe other side or not. The Colonel Is this true of the medium grades of Cilery ii Tithing his pareito. , but he did this leaf. Tbe sales for the week amount to MimSde Cozitt, Parksville, i the A Co., seems to be carrying all before it. doesn't often get hacki-dtime, 2,507 hhds., and the sales for the yeir The large room la crowded day and night Mm. M. 0, NelE. CUMt of against 29 237 ia with eager buyers who seem to understand Rev H.C. MontusoN, of CoTtaf-ton- , TnERE was never a lovelier spell of amount to 20,304 hhds., hhds. for the corresponding period lest the importance of "making hay while the weather In March than haa for a full week fblting hi old friend here. year. The rales of the new crop to date Mus. Cut. J. II. Myers hai gone to sunshines." All clesteiof the best gooffs gladdened the heart of nature. The breez amount to 27,218 hhds and the receipts for aresold to the highest bidder wholly re e have blown softly from the south, bring the week are 1,470 hhds. The following Fiemingsburj to visit her relaiirei. Mrrarta P. II. Idol and D 8. llln-mi- n. gardless of value or cost. Mr. Powers iog who mem me aroma ot turnip greens, quotations fairly represent the market for seems in dead earnest in his purpose to let young onions and such like, while our blue new Burlev: Dark trash 3 to 4; colorr of Danville, were here yesterday. trash 4 to 5; common lugs not colony 4 to 5;, Mn. J. W. Bnoww, wife and little nil customers nave ibelr own way lor a grass fields appear to smile in very glad colorr lugs 5 to 7); good leaf 8 to 11; fine while. The sale will continue all of this nees. Next week may put an end to dream leaf 11 to 13; select wrappery tobicco 13 Conn Ilrown, of Mt Vernon, were here week and part of next. Ladies are es- - of spring time, but we will enjjy the pros to 18 cents. Mr. Georoe II. Doddyns, of Dan pecially Invited to alleod the day tales and peel while we may. comfortable sent are provided. RETT ADTKHTIBMESTK. Special Tllle, an Old Virginian, made ua a plea The attendance at the funeral service r job lot sale of all kind of gooda ant call Wednneday. of Mr. James Paxton was the largest we Mus Ella Smiley ha returned from row, Saturday. Everybody invited. have ever seen In this section. He was Danville and can now be found at her mil Circuit Court. Judge M. II. Owsley held In high esteem by everybody that lioery store on Main ttreet. and Commonwealth' Attorney R. C. War- knew him and all seemed anxious to pay Mr. Georoe E, Stoke, a probable ren both appeared at their posts Tuesday. him the last tribute of respect. Besides candidate for CongrtM, to succeed General A nnmber of eases were disponed of during Mr. Mofiett, wbo preached the sermon, Wol ford, ia here on legal bs;innn, the day, Including the following: J. G. there wtr pr&eni threa other preachers, Mn. J. II. Vamiiook. of the firm of Uarris. for aasault and battery, waa Gned Revs. Pollute, Mahony and Gibson and Ware A Yanhook, McKinney, baa been p. David Emberton, colored, for carrying each took a pirt in the service. The painted and confirmed aa notary public. concealed weapons, was given 10 days was mere than a mile long and Mr. George W. Jojinkoit, the dude in jail and fined $25; James Yocura, there were hundreds who attended the representative ot Rote, Robbtni & Co , pa. same charge, acquitted; Reuben Hlatt did burial thai we're unable to go to the serper dealer, Cincinnati, wae here Wedne-dacot put in an appearance, but a judgment vices at his late residence. Mr. M. C Miller, caahirr of the of $100 and 30 days in jail waa entered MARRIAOES. against htm for toting a pistol; Hlatt'i Auitin, Ttiu, National Bank, la on a xl-.- it bond wu also declared forfeited and JudgTh marriige of Mr. John W. Coomes to relatiyea. The Lone Star State appeare against him for the amount and Miss Sifeantha A. McrTee, was solto hate agreed with bit constitution, at he ment entered and a bench warrant ordered to issue; the emnized on the 18th. In looking well. The report that President Cleyeland is Mary Dukm and MIii Mary cue for malicious shooting and another for Mm Engle-man- , ergsged to marry Miss VanVechen, of Al Lgan, of Louisville, Mre. J, C. Cold well carrying a pistol against Reuben C. were eet for the eighth day ol bany, Is no doubt a canard. and little Marr. of Elixabethtown, and J. the term; John Canter's bond to answer Mr: CrittetiJen Pepper, of Bourbon, B. HaiTman, of Lexington, came to pay the tribute of respect to their klnrtnan, Mr. for obtaining goods on false pretenses, wa and Miss Mary Rose, of this county, were lut declared forfeited; so was F. Dilllon' as a married at Mr.Marjin Roes' esterdty. Jamee Pazton. B, Mn. L. I Coleman, Secretary of the witness; W. G. Dye, an idiot, and John RELIGIOUS. Stewart, a lunatic, were each allowed $75 Allamont Coal Company for several yeara, for their maintenance; Bastln, John Rev. J. M. Evans' meeting at Mt. Sterand yesterday paaied down to bu This powder nswTarle. A ratrrtl of parity, strength ami wbolesomesea. More ecooomlul Ilarrodtburg, where ha will take a similar breach of the peace, fined one cent and ling haa resulted in over 30 additions. not U The revival at the Main street Chris- thin tn ordinary klodi, and can low test, told In position with the Mercer Coal A Grain Co. cotb;lIenry Hester waa fined $20 in three multitude ot short whisky cases and the other four were tian church, Lexington, closed Monday competition with the weUhtalnm or phosphate powder. Bold only In I an excellent butlneea man Mr. Coleman BOTAt. IUKIKO POWDR CO., stricken from the docket; Bird Carter, tres- night with 100 new members added to the CABS. 10 WU Street, N. Y. and the miner their appreciation $10 and costs; L. F. Sharp, nuisance, membership. of hi justice and fairnei to them by pre pass, M. Felaod, obstructBrother Bruce received a letter from renting him with a handsome gold headed indictment quubed; A. ing public road, dismissed; Sam Grig.;, two Rev. H.T. Daniel, yeeterday, saying that cane. cmm carrying weapons, $25 and 10 days in his meeting at Ml. Vernon, 111., closed with A Adratnlitritor with tba will annexed of the LOCAL MATTERS. estate ol U. J. Weill, dec' J, I will offer at public jail in each; J. S. Pennybacker, retailing, 45 additions. laletothehigbritblddsr, at his late Hotol propRey. R. B. Mahony has accepted calls erty In Bhelbr City, Boyle county, Ky., Finest CiaAns at Watera A Raney's. ' $20 In two cases; Mrs. Dudley "aught, keeping tipllng house, $00 in two cares; from tbe Waco and Republican churches On Tuesday, March 23, 18SC, All the Fnreii ctnned goods at T. R. Walton'. judgment tor $250 as as security for T. J. In Madison comnty and will remove to Kitchen FurnUurc used in laid wit-neRichmond with his family in a week or Houtehold and Eltgant Bar Boom Sidtboard a. Bales and $50 for failure to appear as The Prebvlrlin choir Is now led by Hotcl.alto one two. was entered against W. M. Howard, and 6.nrcr and other Bar Fixture, a new cornet, and Mr. A. G. Huflman Ii the Rev. Sam Jones says Chicago has beatOn Wednesday William Haban, one of Combination Lock Safe, one Billiard lablc . 1 nctc Buqny, fit of Uarntis and Saddle, one the gang which broke into F. M. Ware's en tbe first two weeks' records in St. Louis Death Mrs. Nancy Foley, sister of store at McKinney and appropriated sever and Cincinnati, and reckons the number of Cow, 10 iifoi and a lot of Cured JIams, Shoulder and Side Meat. Mr. Moses Collier, of this county, died at converts to dste in Chicaeo at about five al hundred djllars' worth ot goods, was Baieto commence at 11 o'clock a.m. Lake City, III, last week. hundred, lOi-- tt JAO. IT. XEIIKES, Adm'r. brought into court and plcid guilty to the Little Annie Belle, the pretty daugh- charge and threw himtelf on the mercy of LAND, STOCK AND CROP Hustonville ter of Mr and Mrs. W. R. Holicy. died at the court. A jury was empannclled and To the Ladies Hay for sale. I. M. Bruce. Rowland, a few days ago. instead of glying him the lowest term aa he AND VICIS1TY. Corn for sale. M. 8. Peyton, Stanford Hahan wa sent up tor three HaTlns decided to make Loulnllle my future A few more Jersey cows for sale. J. The last Rink was the liveliest of the had expected,alarmed Gragg and Stringer, home, I dt transferred to Mrs. Mollle T. Tf II promises to be years. This Q. Carpenter. season and the one Uami my entire Millinery buttnesaat this place. two more of the thieves, and they deterwlU her from time during the coming equally so. Everybody invited. Wm. Catron sold to Sanlford Irwin 20 Idiinn forward tT.ntcnt Sttlltm mill Xorpl. ill the mined to stand trial. Tho trial of Armp shown on the markets, and I insure am of cattle at A. my old Irlends and customer Entire Hatlifactlon We have cut the price on everything in Petry, for hog stealing, was set for the 14th For Sale. 14 good work mules. J atherhandi. Ilespectfully, MACS. LtiGAX. our line to correspond with the time. Call day of the term. On motion of the ComF. A B. G. Gover, Stanford. and be convinced. Metcalf A Foiler. monwealth the indictments against Sam My stock during the coming season will be much J. R. Nunnelley sold to Mr. EJ. larger than ever shown m this market. I will Haban and others for receiving stolen goods hai A a full llneof Spring OooJs the 1rt tccei a horse for $107. To the Ladies We have just received to and their cases tit iWf. I will be atilited by an experienced qua-he- d splendid line of spring millinery and we waa Six mules lb hands high and 6 years and expert City Trimmer durlcg tbe entire a Thanking my trlendi for put fuTon I kind the grand Jury. No indictment having old sold ask you to call and examine our stock. at Bowling Green at $130. oaimncuuu ly atk a continuance ana uuirnnu-been found against Wm. Landgraft, for obTruly Your, style, Mtatea Smiley A Warren. John Simpson, of Garrard, sold 12 In lbS-- quality and price. VeryWILLIAMS. taining goods under false pretenses, the ilra.310LI.XBT. e held scrub cattle to L. J. Rout at 3J cents. Gov, McCrkary has kindly sent us n money he put up for his appearance was Twenty-fiv- e or thirty tons of nlcetimo Including a ordered to be returned to him, Tho trial of number of packages of seed, thy hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, StanseeJ, Elch our farmer friends Thomas Chappel for tho murder of Joe lot of tohacco ford. can get by calling at this office. Jones was commenced In the forenoon and will Tblt In Bourbon county Wm. Looman sold make thone ttallion 1SJ6 at leaton ol by afternoon adjornment all the eyidence ladies of the editorial household, to Jacob Jacoby 30 barrels of corn at $1.00 my p ace, tbrte mile Irom The The ctrcumstances connected was In. Stanford on tbo Stanford in the field. both home and visiting, are profure In their A DanTllle pike, at the killing have been twice unrated in of a serenade with S. W. Givens bought of George Bright expressions of appreciation these columns. Jones went to a German $15 to Insure a Mare night. Eich declares that Bbo Tuesday 10 head of cattle averaging 800 pounds at plo-niat Lutberhelm and after beating in cm. AmmtiOtVUmWUm never hetrd sweeter music and all wish to Cbappell's little brothers with a bug- $31 25 per head. one of ir ( i lilik. fflilfJ in return their sincere thanka for the nice Miller Bros , of Jessamine county, sold 1882, sixteen bandi high, by William Welch, by gy whip, insulted and abused Cluppel, who (JIIl'i llambletonlnn; lit compliment. 1,200 bushels of oats at 37 cents per bus , RytdTke't 2d dam Blsck Bwan dam Kate by Yorkby Helm's Vermont; finally shot him, from tho effects of which by Imp. Yorkshire; (d dam Little Emily by shire, "The Mill on the Floes," a beautiful and ho died after a (err days. The Common delivered in Lexington. Wagner, by Imp. Wagner; 1th dam Kmllr 8peod Squire Murphy, after a careful exami- by Imp. Lerlathan; Sth dam by rackolet; Gthdiin piloting by 'that' charmirlj wealth was represented by Mr. Warren and by Grandrlrer; 7th dim by Maryland Phtcnlx; little artist, Mis Ella Peyton, is on exhibi- Hon. F. F. Ihbbltt and the defense by P. nation, pronounces the chances for a good 8th dam by Uannibal: Sill data by Silky, by Bowel. (Sea Emily Speed In Brute's Stud Book, Vol. tion at the storo of Metcalf A Foster and M. McRoberla and Hill A Alcorn, all of wbeat crop yery flf ttering. S9i. Vermont Hambletonlan it a very El. Browning, Jr., of Clark connty, l,page with a no style aod bon), good action, will be rallied ofl when 40 chancca at 50c whom made good speeches. William Weloh, with private record ol 28. bought of Simon Wiehl, of Lexington, 20 aired are taken. It is well worth the price fixed Vermont being a grand ion ol Jlytdke'a Ifamble The case was given to the jury yesterday grandert tiro living, and Qlll's Verfor it and judging from the way thechancea at noon, after the lawyers had wasted a head of medium 1,000 pound cattle, at $36 tonlao, tbe mont combined, backed by thorough breed, ought - be disposed of this tomakeaflnettoek hene. are being taken It willgreat deal of useless eloquence. When they per head. I will alto Tho largest barn in the world it proba. Imp. Vlctaw. ttand at the tame placo a fine Jack, week! retired three were for manslaughter first r TlldH. 110UIX80X. i bly that of tho Union Cattle Company, of couple A. E. GinBON3,rroprioto of 'tho Third and nlno for acquittal, but after a Cheyenne, near Omaha. It covers five to Rtrest Parlors. Danville. Ky., is now pre- - of hours' discussion tho three cauio over H. K. TAYLOR, acres, coat $125,000 and accommodates pared to furnish anything In the lino of the nine and ft verdict ot acquittal was Of LOO AN COUNTY, it a Candidate for the offlco head of cattle. against Stark Fish for of rullc Initructlon, tubj ct Wall paper, from the cheapest to the very rendered. The case Theioere on the market at George-to- n ofSuprlntendtnt State Contention. to tbe .Democratic fouud In any city in the maliciously shooting n negro is eet apart finest that can be Monday 250 cattle, the beat selling at day, when it ought to be tried, Union, at very low prices. Also a full for the 15th window Ten Indictments have been returned, in- $4.40 per owt; yearlings,$4 to,$4 25;(calvej line of paints, oils, varnishes and against Zile Campbell for ma- $18 to $2515 per hea'd, according to qualiglass. I also have a large stock o( wall pa- cluding one wounding and one againBt Wesley ty. Some good work mules brought M20 per that has neVer before been Introduced licious Farmers in the northern section of CONTRACTOR Both are Bet for manslaughter. BUILDER, In Central Kentucky, euch as Llncrusta, Hansford for trial next Monday, Tho rest of the Ohio are much alarmed over tho appoar furWill Valours, Kelts and Ingrains. STANFORD, KY. McKinney thieves and accessories will be snee of swarms of young grasshoppers nish full instructions for putting up the tried on Tuesday. The juries were discharg- Several farmers, it is stated, have discover- Offeri li!s terrlcfs to the people cf B so ford and papers. Paper furnished on wall when ed yeaterday till Monday and the next two ed their strawberries alive with young vicinity. Long vxperler.ee ami wreful attention material o' evP!ra Mtemlne my stock befoio days of the court will bo given exclusively grasshoppers about half an inch in length, Kiuranto Mllih'tian. FullJIi.rf ratm. deeirid. ery dcicrlptlon furnished at low to civil husines3, Ml 1 '- N. Y. Seed Potatoes T, K. Walton. " pRE8Envra,jlly, afcwsajrt--j--- j Apple butler, Ac, at WALL PAPER ! . WALL PAPER ! WALL TriiuuiGfl and IScady for Uhc, al PAPER! M'BOBERTS & STAGG'S. -- :otty "anas Which call he fouud nt- - - .; BEST T . JSZBEIOI R WALTON'S. Early Bose, Burbank. Beauty of Hebron and Peerless y. New York IRISH POTATOES. -- Whito and Yellow n y. OJATION SETS! And Hill Onions. -- Seed Corn, Beans, Peas and Bfelen POWDER Absolutely Pure. SEED IN BULK!!. -- And lots of- - Administrator's Sale I OIEZDjEIET In Papers seed Thomas D. IUneV. m in Packages. cor-neti- it. Job F. Waters. WATERS & R ANEY Main tar GROCERS, Street, - - but TER.UB CASH Oil of 30 DA IS. Stanford. Tn -- Wt sea-to- n. e We deliver all good In or within a mile or to of ROWLAND or Stanford. Send to ui for Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal, Bugar, Coffee, Butter, Eg2, Canned Goods, Cheese, nominy, Apple Butter, luacietei, Presms, Beans, Kraut, Crackers, MoliMce, Jellr, Dried reaches, Potatoes, Cakes, Bympt, Candies, Cabbage, Oranges, Dried Apples, Prone. Banannu, Corned IBeel, Onions, Lemons. Date, Figi, Kalilns, IUm, Spice, Sardines, Pine apple, Cjcoa, Pickles. liakera' Chocolate, uyiters. cinnamon, uiores, Tobacco, CUar, Quecniware, Tinware, Lamps, Chimneys, Coal Oil,, Starch, 8oda. Soap, Fishing Tackle, Powder, Shot, Cartldgcs, lloct, ilakes, Forks, or almott anything elie you can inemiuu iu uur hub, auu we Kuaramre Miiiiatiiuu iu Terj rciptci. We giro away prizes in fine Gluiwore with otery ptckage of the Cryit al Bat In; Powder sold by us. Send to ut for Seed Jrlih Potatoes, Onion bets atid all kinds Garden Seeds. We bare a cotnprehemlve lice of Plain and Fancy De-ll- ed -- Vermont Hamblotonian. Harness, Saddles nnd Bridles, also Plow and Wneon Harnew, Manufactured and warranted by tbe reliable firm of W. It. Carton tat every tim. Prices satlilactory, alnrayt. Conie to tee us. A Son, whose TTA TEltS work standi the dk ItAXET, jAL) H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAaXOK. I have receded and still receiving c i New Goods for Spring: and Summer, Comprising lbs best in the market, which will be finely-erecUte- Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Wono in City or Country. Give Ho a Trial. bold-golo- EC. O- - DRTJ3PLE-5T- . , . 103-t- Wall Paper, lgWft9iiK!.'ii!ial Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Franls Allison, 53-l- buyiuc- - B. K. KiU-US-ftT-, Stanford. V TfflJ FAXCIIER TWINS. Wlion tho earth was shadowed nnd palled year 1755 terror for naturo scorned reversed, acinxl flio and a stilling calm camo orer all things, so that tho boasts In tho field gavo frightened crite, and tho dogs bayed, and tho fovi U, even ait inldday, sought their lurches. Just at that liour thero had gathered in the Foncher homestead In 'Westchester county, Now York, on tho Hudson river, neighbors, Idndly bent on ministering to one in tho most sacml of nil necessities. And vhen tho midday shadow began to permeate tho atmosphere, and to grow denser and denser, and the glmtly light revealed tho other and unusual sights without, tho neighbors sat crouched before the great flro in tho living-rooclose together and speaking only in a d glances hoarse whisper, casting from tho window into tho weird light beyond. But one, n motherly matron, was in tho inner room, whence oneo rha npjxwred with gloomy countenance, saying: "Itwero better that it were dead, for this will blight its life," And tho neighbors asked in whispers, not JTor the child, but for tho mother, nnd the matron replied: "She does not know that tho sun vroa darkened when tho baby camo to us." By and by tho matron enmo into tho great room bfarinij a burden in her pillowed amis, nnd having lifted tho blanket of soft wool, she permitted tho friends to iocr at tho little child. "Is it does it liver one asked. "Pity It, for it docs. It is a boy, nnd he will be dark and fierce, and who knows what; for do you suppose that such as that which liappened to the sun will not prevail over one who nt that time came to usP And the infaut evon then opened his eyes upon them. "He does not cry," 8 lid one, "No, but his fists are doubled," said an- OR OOUQH8 isnii ORo. he. Why do you permit them to stand there! Will his brother bo his partner lit tho nart set! He must not 'Why do you not bring him to inef" And so tho youth in stiff prruko and silken stockings and satin brooches, went to Daniel, and bowing, said : " Tis dull for you, perhaps bocauso Daniel drove furiously. At longth Daniel said: "Sho is not llko other women, David." "Bho is not, Daniel." "Sho hatb a luminous eye," "And a cheek llko tho intvr sholl In our best room, Daniel." "And her smllo, it pleases, for it hath serious Ul HALLSitlii It is n medicinal preparation, and, ut tho samo time, nn elegant nnd cleanly toilet article. Its nctlonupon tho scalp Is healthful. It nourishes tho ghuuls which nupport tho hair, nnd causes thlu, dry hair to becomo thick, soft, and vlgoroui. It restores tho color of youth to locks which ha o becomo faded with age or disease; m! relieves and cures Itching, cauml ly humors of tho scalp. Dr. Gcorgo Oi.i, gives mo Nashua, X. II., writes! pleasure to testify to tho wonderful cffnts produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ilcnewer, ns observed by me lu very many ' cases.' ix ckut.vixi.v w:su)HK THE 1IAIU TO IT3 OIUGINML CO 1.0 It. It clcauscs tho head of dandruff, and leaves tho hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." I T. Sandhcln, 1010 Spruce M., Philadelphia, Pa., writes : " After turn nlllngly trying n number of preparations to prevent my hair from falling out, and, realizing llii't I was faU Incoming bald, I tiled, m n lnt resort, Hall's Hair ltenower. I havo med only four bottles of tho ltenower, and nm perfectly sntlsilnl that it Is tho beft preparation In the market for checking tha falling out of hair, Invigorating the hair root, and promoting a new growth." &Sl!2mMS&r K W I fear." in that great ucliiiso in tho half-averte- other. "They always are; that signifies nothing," itaid the matron. "Aye, but not clenched and firm with resistance like his." "If he would cry I would like It," continued "I doubt if ho ever sheds a tear," said tho who bore him upon her arm. And then the father camo and looked for many moments upon his first born, and at Jcngtli he said: "His name shall be Daniel '' Theti, when the shadow oil the earth had ;gone, and just as the sun was setting behind the White Plains hills, tho matron came again, bearing another burden gently, and, ns she lifted the tip of the covering" to let them sec, she said, "'Twos whon tho sun was ihltiing brightly this ono came to us, and be will be fair and gentle and comely, but the shadow of his brother's birth will bo upon him all hU days." The women, when they saw this infant, said that his eyes were Fnncher eyes that is to say, were fairly blue; and his hair, which traa llko a little ray of sunlight, like his mother's and all her kin. When the father had looked upontbU one lie said: "He shall be called David." As they grew tho people all agreed that rather than Daniel and David their names might better have been Esau and Jacob; for Daniel was dark, like some of tho Indians who lived near by, and his head was shaggy, with thick, black hair. He was fierce and Imperious, nnd gavo promise to becomo a mighty Jiunter, or ele a warrior, for he talked of war ,uud bloodshed, and before ho was 10 years old Jiad led bis brother far away in search of Indians to conquer. But David was gentle. He loved tho farm and the cattle, but ho cared for no other mates, because he was content vith Daniel. When Daniel had come into possession of bis strength his fame as a strong man spread far and near, and they said that he had felled n ox with a blow, and had captured two robbers from the town below and held them ivith n grip of stool, each by an arm; and no one said yes or no to him until his desire was Hirst ascertained. But David thoy loved the first. matron, -- "But not until you havo been presented?" "We camo to see, not to bo seen." "Ho wishes to present you, Daniel," said his twin brother David. "Well, ho may do it." But tho youth with somo embarrassment perceived that Daniel had no thought of moving when David were by, and ho thought how often he had heard it mid: "Tho fair ono is tho other's shadow," But ho led them hair wherein the both to the fair Persis sat; and though Daniel stood before her staring grimly at her without abashment, and David, with becoming humility, bowed low beneath her beauty, yet she took no heed of the fair one, but spoko to tho dark one only, "We have heard of you, but we havo novor seen you here lcforo," bho said. "Why Is it!" "Because it lias not been our wish," Daniel replied with gravo dignity. "It Is n delight for U3 to soo a strong man here," she said. "A woman might almost low her faith in men did not such as you npponr once and awhile." "My strength Is my own, and David's. What is it to youl" he said. "What tome! Tho pleasure of novelty. They say thero ii a war brooding, and troops have fought already on Bunker II11L It U that to me that gives mo and all women sense of safety, for I now know that there nro men fearless and brave, and quick to fight an enemy, and we shall, therefore, bo safe. Ah I why was I a woman "You talk of strength. It is weak to bemoan your fate." "Would you not bemoan too had you been born without annsP "If you were a man what would you doP "Bo stroug and glory in it. If there wore war, I would command an army, as you might, and if there were peace I would compel the homage and nffectlon of every fair maid." "To command an army is well; to woo and win Is pastime for puorilo men." "So little do you know and roalko tho power of strength. The greatest vietoriua that a man can win are those which enable him to woo and wed whichever of all tho maids h 9ver saw that ho desires. If sho bo proud he can subdue her pride, and that is a greater feat than winning a battlo; and If she bo vain he can humble her vanity, and if sho bo fwlllsh ho can make her forget herself, and, if sho be well favored nbovo all other maid ho can 1 conscious that, if ho will, tho beauty is for him, and that is a conquest of all other men. As she said this she looked up at him, bend ing her graceful neck that she might obtain full view of his stern face, and compel him thereby to look upon her. And when ho had perceived her face, and the beauty of it ho did not speak, but led her to tho remote comer of the great room, nnd then unlooinj; her arm turned so that he might stand nquarely before her. He looked ,tnt her steadily for n moment, she not quailing. Sho asked nt length: "What is HI Why do you looktc fiercely at meP "Because you spoko as ycu did, and I perceive now what woman's beauty Is. Have you not more strength than IP "If I stronger than yon?" "Yes, you thuik you art.. I think you may be, but you are subtle. Is that ono form of strength? In thero ono of tho men here, or whom you ever saw, who would not wtth Joy obey you? And if that bo so, Is that not duo to the very strength ycu just now complimented In men P "Thero may be some. Who knows? lean be as frank as you. There is ono who would high-backe- d "If so we can go as wo came." meaning, David." "Yes, It pleases, but more her face," RENEWEE. "Even more than that, and there Is greet power In her supplo motion." "So I sunnlfo." The next afternoon Daniel mounted his horse and wot flying along tho King street to Bedford, and when ho returned ho limped as though lamed, but said nothing. "You are lamo, Daniel," said David. "Yes; n colt kicked mo, but I mastered ulm." On tho next day David mounted tho horeo and awny ho went, Daniel paying no hoed to his departure. When ho camo back ho said nothing. "Are you going supperless to bed?" asked his twin brother. "I havo eaten supper with friends," said David quietly. Then until tho whiter frost were yielding to tho summer sun Daniel and David ato and slept and worked together, but in silence, and almost ovory day ono or tho other wont hurrying off toward tho north, but never together. Ono day after David had gone, Daniel on hour later followed. Ho drovo straight to tho door of Knqulro Rowland's mansion, and without ceremony entered, passing to tho best room. Thero he saw David sitting bo- -' tido tho fair Persia, who hod not heard Daniel enter. Ho stood on tho threshold r a moment Then he sold: "David, I sat Uioro yesterday, Is it to be our and I should curso that wo havo no mind except In com mon? Come, my brother; I say como." Ho did not spenk to Persb, but turned abruptly nnd quitted tho houso; ami DatU, without one word, aroso and followed him. The girl sat thero llko ono bewfldemi, speechless; and when at length her wits cartw sho perceived that the brothers were far down the highway. "Oh, were there but ono, and that ono the dark one," she said, as sho stood peering through tho llttlo window panes ami watching until tho twins had passed out of sight Not a word did Daniel or David speak until they reached their home. Then Daniel said: "David, hi this, as la all things cbw, wo are agreed. You love tho maid, as I lovo hor. "It C-- ? fli7' "sW jji 1 nf " jr SfJ) .ti'NtHitat !. MBksW will 1ST JZ XT Xj Xj 0E3 Xitatatm si itt.ifum .i in i iflhrlfrmttMIU ftutt mill lral la Iht Sailttrn Immci iM4trnt rrlMtfU tbit introlM eih. tal v MMttrtr fiiM matMiblartpulna' iriii tC It' Hb ia attllti mwl' iwmi . Inh.nxll-- lal iJuialUittUSfMi, It i 'j-1 -- na . U ,.Iiiiiiii . . C M .ii..- , .ii.hiw) xMattrtll ,ii1h f UlM, t Alt Ifailliir.f Ik Tttf, 1 WALTER A. TATLOK.Atltnta.Oa CORDIAl. HHIH'li IIITKLKKXHRr ... 1 ti i) HmM or r tni P.ntOr" . OMtki. Crta, rf ul CtlJta TmUUii. re4lI The Bucket Pumb & Water Both for tala by Dr. M. L. IlOUllNi; Stanford Hurmr ; f Buckingham's Dye run iiik WHISKERS commends Itself to nil who Imc occasion to tuo n dye for tho board or itiustack?. It will cluugo gray, f.uU'd, or sandy whiikcrs, to a beautiful brown or black, as desired. The colon produced are lull of air and full of water, circulate tbe air Irotn bottom to top of clitern or well, reiaoilnj wlKgtpn, water bugs, and rendering the water ur, reiunr Ing all color, bad taste or melt, Tbli I'uiup bai an Improved (halo: no llnki to set twlitat. each cup Ii soldered piriuaaentty, and IDi'rad ola link, a Rat pier ot galvanised troa It lied. Do not purcuaeea piimpunui you fee mu. InrrutrX The cups Iian ItaproTfinent on any Pump or Iterator ytt MYERS HOTEL, STAMrOED, KV, Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains itg High Imputation, AH l) Virr rupectiullr, W. II. IIIG(3IH. THE CCMU1NEI) BTAL1.ION, Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall natural and Luting. It cannot be wahcd off, contains no destructive Ingredient, is lietr ife, convenient to uc, and effectual. be decond to no Country Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Oueeti. riiKiunnn nv CO , Ilaihua, N. H., V. S. A. B. P. HALL Sold In nil 1 Mien In medicines. - i .TrrastVr t?TmI. JaVfbiFiia'aig If you hated hor I should hato her. But though wo may bo ono, we are to the world as two. We lovo her and must bo content with that" "That is true, Daniel. Sho cannot cut tho bond that binds us." "I lovo her as myself , David, and you mo, for wo are indeed in all but body one. Thore-fcr- o wo must see her no more. And as In oen contrary passions pull them this way and that, so one of us may bo overcome by our passion and visit tho girl again. If so, whichever dot shall go to the otht'r and confess and say: 'What shall I do? What will you do with nier" And what the other says, that will bo dona" "There is reason and purposo In this pledge, Daniel, and w will make it" "David, If it Is you who cotnM to mo I ihall say what I hope you will say to ino If I SECOSTI Uck turnpike ruaJ,at JEWEL n Ague Cure Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or 'Brcnk-bone- " Fever), Llrer Complaint, and all dlic&ses arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S my ita !e, oer Hbelby City. In Lincoln count;, on the tflmby City and Knol Tbla fine toiablnM lUlllon will make Ibefea-onoflCvi- it tlaiffajre will be atejed to and from t he dt free of eharir, Nptclat arenmmodatloat ! to CommtrrlulTrareUrt. The liar will alnajt aapplltd with tc cholreil braadtof Llqsoraand Clatrt. js $15 tbe Season or S20 to Inturo Oolt O. & M. MISSISSIPPI IS WARItANTKD to cure Fever and ut bo--ia- ledgement of it, whereby many a stalwart young fellow had favored her wish to his sorrow. One day Miss Persis summoned one who obeyed her always, and said to him: "There ix to "be the great assembly of the year on St. Valentine's eve, and the sleighing is fine." "That will be well, mistress. But whether tho sleighing was fine or not the young fellows from miles around would come." "No doubt. The winter is dull." "Aye, but 'tis not that; and you know xreX mistress" why they come, and why, if you wero not there, they would quickly de- of iiis goutleuess. There lived in the town of Bedford, some eniies distant, Miss Persis Rowland, and it was said of her that, fair as all other maids wore, there was none like her, and she knew ut, and was pleased thereat, and that she so veted not only admiration, but tho acknow- "I don't know whether I woukl or not, for you mean me." "Yes; and you don't know? Well, I'll try you. In have a pow erf ul but vicious colt; no man dares approach him. I think you would and break dare. Will you corao it for me?" "I will come with my brother." "Then you dare not cotno alone." Ho looked half ungrily upon hor a moment and then said: "I will como alone." "Now go and fetch your brother to mo. He stands there now alone, looking with great eyes at you. Is thero some Intangible bond between youP "My brother is myself and I am he." "Then bring him quickly, and Iqare us for awhile that 1 may perceive how Darnel acta In David's person, as I have already by your appears strange admission seen how Da-riin Daniel's person." not" ' ' spunk In them. I hear of one below who, Ahoy say never even so much as lets his eye tbecauso he cares not for them, at all, being an love with his own shadow that is, his twin brother. It would please me to set my isjre upon such a man." "Ah, he never saw you, mistress, for If he land the brother would be forgot." "Have you seen him, what looks he like! lis he stroug and fierce, and does ho scowl, txnd does be pcrndt himself a beard!" "He is all these things, and all men seem to (fear him but tho brother, and he says nothing i!o the women." UM you wish to please ma, as so often you inssert you do, you will see that this strange Jbeinjf and his brother ore present at the The sleighing will be fine, I said." Ho It hnppxnod that the young man, being greatly desirous of doing whatever might nnake this woman itnlle even for an Instant upon him, with caution approached David, at last won his promise that h and JDaslel would attend the assembly. But when David and hi brother talked about it, Daniel said: "You have said we would go; ithojwfore we wilL But why do they chatter tio rl this young woman! Is she unlike others? Have thoy not all eyes that they cast on young men, David, and do they not all pucker Choir lip that their smiles may seem more pleasing! Fools they be who are bewitchod nhcreby; but you have said we will go, and Tve da what we say, David." So, as the young men and women were the courtly minuet, in the great room, there came among them the yancher twins. They stood side by side in fcbe further end of the room, where the light from tho great burning logs revealed them rdAjjlf. They were of an even height and rull,kt one was moaculkr and strongly built, ore uadfcla face Boomed inthedha light xwurthy than it really was, and his thick Sjaxcir hair stood in shaggy tauses, as nature bad arranged it, and without the rigid dress-- f Bgrf the time. The other was light and fair as a. maid, and there was a smllo upon hit toxXoT the blight faces and the gay dresse and tho.twinkling of candles pleased him. SOp Persia had seen them as they entered, e with demure and graceful seemed occupied with the evolutions the while. et tbe aanoa, yet she saw tbem allsummoned When theoutillion was ended she liriilorer and said: "The dark one. that ii man-Harafa- "Ut it tires me to see the same faces, with their staring, yoomlng eyes. There's no part." cest on a moid, not from abatement, but reflecting brighter light But t brought David, and then stepped aside and watched that supple, slender figure as, on David's arm, she walked, as the swan sail, without apparent volition; and ho saw how white and graceful her neck was, as It was revealed above the 6oft lace about it, and how like a crown her dark hair was gathered upon hor head, twinkling like stars in wiatar's ulght, with the jewels set there; and he could hear the whistle of her silks as sho onoapaansd close by him, looking up with serious Caw at him, and he perceived that her feet in slippers, white and supple, did now and then peep from her skirt liko little chicks that thrust and withdrew their beads from their mother's wing. "You are a strange woman," afrj he, looking almost fiercely upon her with his eyas black as the ornaments of jet she wore, and pocket a pistol. David looked upon his brother with an agonizing glance, whllo Daniel stood before him grim and fierce, nnd very dark. His hand was upon tho trigger. "I can't, I can't, Daniel," David said. "You can, for if I were in your place I oould and would command you to keep your pledge and do as Ibid. There is no escape, but here," and ho held up a weapon. "No, I can not bid you do it, though 'twas our pledge," and David put his hands to his oyrs and shuddered. "But, Daniel, there is another thing that can be done. Tho war has come. Washington is below. You shall enlist and be a solPerhaps you will become a great dier. commander, as you once felt sure you would." "You tell me to enlist I will do it" And that night Daniel qulUed his home, and within three days was with Washington at Harlem. Early ono morning the American forces, which Daniel hail joined were up and preparing to move to battlo. A atranger was passed In through the guards, and asked to bo permitted to tako part In the coming-attack- . It was DaviL A few hours after, and just before the advance was ordered tho twins met They both stood for a moment looking into each others faces. The strength of the one and the gentleness of the other had given place to a wild, pained look In tho eyes of both. "Whenco came youP asked Danish "Prom her. I too have broken my pledge, and havo come to die with you." That night when the noiso of the conflict was hushed tho twin brothers lay side by side, the wild look In their eyes, hod given pUoo to a glassy stare. Adapted from New Orleans Timw-Democr- that Is to end my life P "That Is what it Is." One day some weeks later Daniel came to Oavid nnd led him to the glen that even to this day may lx) seen beyond the old houso. "David, I am a poor weakling. I havo You know our tMtin her again yesterday. pledge," and hero Daniel drew from his foil." ' "An J "For eighteen months suf-crcd with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. EDWLY HARPER." "Uarpcrs,S. C, July 0, 1SS4- - I I Bnrrlptlon and Prdl;w-H'Or- d Jewel Ii a blood bay, with b'aek mane and tell, 13 handi 3 Incbee W hth, with fine ityl and action. UeliS year old OHIO & tbla SrrlriJ, was tired uj lewli Cunningham's Jewell, be by tbe ftaou old Wubtnikw Denmark, lint dim Mlunle, by JJcDo .aid's Id daui by IV'ella' Ciufdr; M daw by a ton Thodlrect throtigti line and old cttablUbed routt from ofDstjr Crokttt, 4th dam by a valuable oMnd. dla ware, tdlgre unknown Mr. II. C rarvln'i Lonlsville & Cincinnati to Bt, Louis Old Minnie, dam of oouJ waia premium and all points in tho West. animal, from a colt loan Mir &ob1 Jew I tin Utu thorn twenty.lour timet and wore lb Two (Jt Dally Tralnt from Uulirll'e ufit Loult. ed iltck tie twenty two oiiIt twice. Threo (3) Jitlly Tralnt from (Icetnutll Ho made ten ibowi lut teaaoo at Danville, to bt, IuU. Ulrkiviiu, lluhuioudaad Lextngloa and were ten blue rlbtont. will be ion rm frem Lflultvlllaand Uaclnnalt lalurParting withfurnlihrd nurei alreaviaabl Only to kt, IahiIi. rate. mirra forfeits tho lumranse. Men retained on a'lrolta until service charge ale Tho Only Lino by which you can paid, got a Through Slooplng Car 1 will altottardit tblta-n- ttablet the! Bne Jack I Hal-cor- n; Jl, ad tlmrt-dfteal- e, to rnnrAnED Dr. by Maw. J. C. Co., lowell, Sold by all Drusgt'ts. Ayer & "tn D HE BEST . w" to tinro Ii. i''t to purify your blood w Ith Ayer's ?ji parilla. Mrs. Eliza A. Clwicli, M Arlington t., Lowell. Ma., writes- - "Every winter and spring inv family. Including myself, use e venl bottles r.f Ayer'i Experleiue b.u convinced me that, as a powvrfu' ualth,nnd tliPtnif Is boon ever bestow ed ujon man Is perfect Velcclpede, he by Robert evn't Bltck Hawk, he A MIjImIm1 be by Imp. Maigmotb, ilia dim wat Tbe Ohio Cart on night IUIIwar runt Palatial tralnt; l.uturltni Parblrfi'lnt by iJtlgall'i .Hack Hawk, 2d dam wat ralud by, lor Curt on day Ualni: i:irgaut Day Coach Stile Maxwell and w an Imported Jtck eaon all tralnt. f V T. H.tMHVOi:. Mitlby tlty.KT. Direct and ck roonectlont tro m It In UNIO DKPOTd wllhdlreralug llott by theU. A M. italtway, thut avoidln,: troblrtottie trtnt-feby other toalM. - t" f & KjJ Jj Tbe Ohio A Mlwlulppl Railway It the only lice between Loulivllle, Cincinnati and bl. under on management, running all In tralnt thrcu.-- h mllj and In iaaqiivoc larccognlted Flrtt-Cli- tt llottt be twrtn tho CI ilea. Hamilton, 10T-trt lis running At tMtolniurealivo colt money due when tbe T'Vio C Jir TVT lionlyrow Louttvllli Ob iH. thnwtb J. partrd witb. lllark Hawk andanclnnatl lobt. Lault, all other colt i f.!fd or roulttUlng la a coal black G vearto dibit Spring, 14 hmd3 Ircbrtblgh. Ha wt tired by Caldwall'a Young raids up of acoublottlun of itnall rotdt. BLACK HAWK! From Clnclctll to St. Ixiuli. U ir tr J. Apply to ticket Agentt of connecting line for full particulars aa to rate, time, inapt, circulars or any detlrcl infonnttlon, or write to 1M1BT, II. FOKMAN, Trav. Paat. Ag'l O. A M. H'r. Hoit eret. Ky W. M PKABODY W.II. SIIATTLT, (len. Pau. Ag't, Pret. and (ien'l Mtn'gr, Cincinnati, O. Blood very much mperlor to any purifier, it other preparation of ?nrjpurllK All Is HSHPM Swift's Specific la naluro'i.own remedy, made from balf-brer- d D OHIO IT(. persous of scrof ulout or cnuiimptlv o tendencies, and especially dilleuto children, aro sure to bo greatly benefited bv it use." J. W. Starr, Laeonlii, lown, vv rite: " For year I was troubled with complaints. T tried several different preparations wliL. ti dl m little, if am. good. Two bottle of Ajer' effected a complete cure. It S. my opinion thf this incdlcliio li the bet blood Ken t tick 'h ISuute KhsC Purifie dty." C. E. L'pton, Nashua. N. U., s I writes: "For a number of was troubled with a humor lu my eves, and unable to obtain relief until I commenced using Aycr's Sarviparllla. I have taken several bottles am greatly benefited, and believe '. to be the best of blood purifiers." II. Harris Civel City, Itamey Co., Dakota, write ? "I have hern an for the Intense sufferer, with D.i pep-la, past three year. Six mouths ago 1 be0'an of tho ji-ar-- "What is my strength and determination beside this power?" he thought "I could crush, but this supple thing can compel." While she was walking with Darld Mfca Pirsis had said: "Who would surmise that you and he were brothcrsP "Why notP asked David. "Havo you never surveyed yourselves side oy side in the mirror P she asked. "Why should we do that? I think the mirror belies, for no reflection would put out of my mind the conviction that I am like him and he like me. We cannot seo ovrselvvs." "But your brother Is so fierce and gloomy and imperious." "Ah, that is but the other side of myself." "And you, shall I say it? They say you are gentle anil kindly and peaceful" "Ah, but that is the other side of him." "Being ths complement of each other, together you make a man," she said. Ha laughed and she continued: "But you can not live always thus. Then is a better complement even than a brother." "Tell me what you think it isP "A fair maid; and there will cose Mm realization of this to you. But you aip most unneigbborly. We hare never aeea yea before. Come and be better frieada. Oosna, for I want to talk with you nwm Will youP "Wa will come." "Not together. You would embarrass ma. I should not know to which I spejhe. Come you the day after aqlay me a little visit at my home. My father weald be riad to know you," and she looked ap plea-uglwith an arch smile, and not seriou uid demure as she had when sha Haloed So be promised Daniel's promise to come. her. On their way horaeln the still hour before dawn the twins were silent for a long time. Civilization or the Hawaiian Islands. Those who still think of the Hawaiian beings would bland as a land of le surprised to seo the items of tho dally pa-ppublished there. The advertisements show every variety of profession and business people whose names are unmltak-abl- y English, while from tho local column we gloan that the city of Honolulu has Its ba&o ball clubs, its circuses, its roller coaster a contrivance only recently seen in Now England Ita opera (brought all tho way from Iton Francisco by a public subcriUon of 13,000), and last but not least in the evidence of civilization, a police court where the customary "drunks" and "assaults" are recorded each morning. Even the Chinaman thero Is pelted and mocked by Hie boys in the staeeta as he is by their little Christianized brothers d ar to use Sarsaparilla has effected an entire curs, and I am now its well as ever." AYER'S gathered Washington, Philadelphia and trom'tb foreittof Oeorglt. Tb method by which New York. from the It ii mad wat obtained by a a certain turllonof Creek;Indianiwho;inhablted The only Una ruunlng Georgia, which wat communicated to one at tbe PULLMAN NEW SLCEPLMl CAIW early aettlen, and.thut the formula hat Wti handed down to the pmtnt day. The atiove cut rep resent the method o( manufacture twenty yrari ago, by Mr. C. T. bwlft, on of the present pioprl-tor- i. MOH The demand bat been gradually lucroatlug Louisville. Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky y until a f 100,000 laboratory it now cecctury to tup-plto Washington Oity, tba trade. A foreign demand haa been created Connecting In the aauia depot with and enlarged facilities will be necetiary to meet It. Paat Trains for Now York. This great Th Direct Ilout t . Lynchburg, Daavllle, Horlolk and all Virgtnlt and North Carolina Point. Fortlckott and further Information, apply to your nearest ticket office or addrett W. w. Monroe, Dlr. Freight and Pawonger Agent, Leilngton Ky. Cancer, I'ntarrli, Scrofula, Eczema. UN C, W.HM1TII, If . W. FULIiEB, Uen'l Paat'r Ag't. Oan'l Manaeer, cerg, lthetiruatUm, Wood Taint, Klcbmond. VlrglnU. or otbcrwlae, without the ut ot MerH.redltary cury or Potatb. Book ton "Contaglout Blood I'olton" and "Blood and Skin Dlteaaea" mailed free. For sal by all drugglita. THE 8WIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. N. Y. 157 23d'St. & ntt A SOLID TRAIN -- Vegetable Blood Purifier L.&N. -- TUB Louisville Nashville R. R. U1I1I- - LUMBER! Dressed Fine Plooriog.iOeilirjg, THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUB In America. Chicago Times. It There are many other lakes in the far wtt where an inexhaustible supply of com- retiring tochsogs mr retldenct, I offer for sal mercial alkalies may be obtained at small Mj Beautiful Suburban Home, ant, Mono lake, California, alone being estimated to hold over 78,000,000 tons of sodhzm With to acres of Land attached, I mile wnt of aorbonate. CmcagoTlmaa. Laneuur. Toe hout ii good, so are the etit houwi, ther U a good orchard, Ac. Terms epnsl to cub. Adlriuit Liacuter, Lock BoxSO, Bfalae'a FrtihUtorle Shall Heaps. 103-- It R. H' NOEL. The Immense prehistoric shell heaps of Oamariscotta, Me., are being dug up' and ihippod to Boston to bo ground into dost and m)d as poultry food. These deposits, which are described In Ernest InersoU's censusre-por- t 3T. VEENON, KY. on American oyster industries have to long been an object of great Interest n Hotel is sill! Tbla oM and asti-quariaii-s. main-talotig- common sari it will produce, but also for the sodium sulphate it contains. The latter Is separated in a flocculent precipitate by the eoid weather of midwinter, and annually thrown up on the shore In enormous quanti-tie- a near future, not only on account of the A member of the geological survey sayi that Salt lake will be of groat value la the Salt and Alkalies of the West. Sold by all Druggliti. I'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer . Co., Lowell, Ma U. S. A. Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in tbe Bough, inoludiog Laths and Shingles. SOUTH & WEST WITH For the convenience of our cmtomera In Stanford and vicinity we bare arranged with Geo. Ji. lYrarm to keep on hit yardt an utortmtnt of our Lumber, whtre they can get It aa cheap u from utdlrect. He will alto make ettlmaie for any" bill not bandt, which we will all on thorl Pullman Palace Sleepers. Louisville Atlanta, tO NHNliVllltS V' f nolle. 23-6- MKLVMS 4 IA VIH, Lily, Ky. Mciuplila1 . A Clear Skin. is a part. Monlgeiuery, Little Ueok, Mobile and New Orleana. Only on cbang to polntt In is only a part of beauty NEWCOMB HOTEIi flae reputation. Charges reasonable. 8j eclal attention to the trnTeltag public H. JP. NEWCOHIt, Pro'r. Mt. Vernon, Kv. 81.6m but it Chicago Times. Every lady ; iit least, what may have it Magnolia looks like it. Balm both freshens and beautifies. vh .1 Arkansas and Toxas. EMIGRANTS Seeking home on tot line of thli peolal rate. road will recelvt ' 8.... R .r"1 -U Jr.sti.'ii r war 'ft hore .atn. has Jnit ttnvrl'i. In nun anything." rui - ii o rri, n ii e its- - li'l ! on your Ubl and if ( our die?. "0w no, i .. vt VSm Agtnti of thr Company lor rates, route Ac, or write C. P. ATMOKR, M P &T.A., 1 ' Uulavltlt, Ky s nxaauMH lB3SHtwaBLX:TK? ..xjmm ttfeavnessnB? twt rr fi