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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886032301 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. k Seiti Vol. xiv. JJtmi-JEtceftljj tmm mteftat jprnfttiL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 23,1886. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. NO. 109. TICKET. To $nterior$ournaI -A- fT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. We had a storm of wind, rain, hall and now Saturday evening and night, strongly suggestive of the vivacious prank of an in VithUnticil TttfiUiu rea anil Frlilnv XB A.XVNTJM, pcttd nd OAHH. understood If we credit that f i.SO will bo ex W. P. WALTON. Bio Bogle Key. John A. Ibe's nomination br over hi three or four hundred mjirit competitor for the office of superintendent of common soUools iilves general iatisfo tion throtishout the county, la thl connection I am reminded of little hidden' that prorrn how cicely he attend in hie duties. When the last big Main "licet fire occurred" here, Bro. lljglo was fiUlni: n io ltton on the Interioh Journal ami every Friday morning would return to IIu ton yille, taking the mall to that office with him. Oa the nuht in nutation, it was your cor respondent's good fortune to be tharing a pillow with that ret trend Rcnllo man. and on waVini up when tbo flioics were eoTelonlnir the building and almost the very room we were occupying, ho spring out of bed with the rsiUuutlon "11)11 out of there, boy, the town l on fire, but uhere tl that mai7'1 at the same time making n rush for the door, with nothing on but a hat and one shoe nnJ a bundle cf Jntekiok JOURNAL under his arm, leaving many valuables in the room to cire for them selves, whle I followed clad in a similar manner, with a bias horn and cornet unJer each arm, which happened to be in the When Dro. Oole the room at the tlins truck the brlllUntlr illuminated street, for almost a donn larct bniidinti and bua ines houiM were abliz, the picture he preeented was so norel that rren in the in. tenM! ezcltemint uterlolr had to stop work to smile, bdt he cot the mall to ll' destination nli the same, with the mu and I meotim thin fact to prove that he attend In even trivial maittrs un hcn il tier the mo.t trying circuuietancis become nceMsry, Tliere it more genuine wit in Uro. liable than in a dizen ordinary men and all hi suitings ami ayinc are egerfy sought arer fins a great firor ite wherernr hf U knbD,hd though he if going iiorn the nhndy side n't life's lone hill, our hope t that he may remio litre till Gabriel come nnd cvl all us good peo Smian in llurodsbiirg Demo plo !nme crat. fant cyclone. Throughout Suoday there was little improvement and Monday is not propitious for energetic gardening. certain euuors are indulging in un complimentary comparisons between two respectable profession, based on the allega. tion that while there iaone preachor in the penitentiary, thero i not a single editor there. May not the fact, if it be n fact, be accounted for on theconfescd reluclanco of the enforcers of the law to "givo the dovil hi due?" Mr. D inn returned from Georgia Saturday. OjI. Weatherford and parly have got back from Texas, having made arrangements, I understand, to go into business permanently there. Mis Mac Logan proy, poses to remove to Louisville to be jiined by Miss Battle in n fow days. Mre. Woods, our poilintstrea, who has been vis. itlng friends in Garrard, returned Saturday. The Waynrsburg people don't always know a good thing when thev aeo it, but they ore certainly making commendable progress 10 the right direction in many things. Tbey hare binlsbed intoxicating liquors, built one of the best :hosl hotifcs in the county, have a Ibiirishing Sunday school and have Jmt completed ono of the neatest and moat commodious village churches to be found in the commou wealth. A Lancaster. The Opera House manager have opened a skating rink. The window glas4 in the englnc-hou- o were broken out again Saturday nlitht. The Owsley Rilles will give a niipptr and. drill at the Opera House Friday night, the proceed to ha usod to buy uniform for the remiinder of the company. Alt who have an interest in the welfare of the boy should attend. Mi9 Georgie Brown, of Ml. Vernon, I visiting Mrs. R. E Thompson, near town. Miss Marian Wolford, of It. Lick, was Miss Fieecie Cook last week, Mtsr. C.C.Carson, ildnry Wilson and Sim WiL bite, of Stanford, wero in town Stturday evening. Miss Francis Willard delivered her lecture on lomperancr at the Christian church last Friday evening. A large audienca attended. Tho opinion seems to have been univerxtl that the lecture was the finest ever deliverod here. vie-itin- g DEMOCRATIC A Charming Little Story, Prttty Little Romance. In the spring of 1SG1 I was a 1 old boy going to school in the town of Fayette-tIIIThe war bugle had been sounded, lawyer of that and every town was blowing off lift eloquence, telling us what a noblu thing it would be for a fellow to go to the front, and bt shot down on me auar oi nil country; now his uinie would bs printed in history, and what a hero ho would be though dead, and if be annual s:ay at none wnen tne uoy came back bo would bs called n traitor nnd a enwurd. I, like all boys, had a saeethetrt, a ha sl eyed, brown haired beauty. If there is anything I have a weakness for it is brown hair. When I told her I had lined the army no both cried, but she said she knew I had dene right, but it would bmak her heart to sre me go, and made me p'om!e to come home often. We promised to be true to each other, and when the war wai over we would get aiarriel and be happy the rest of our live She helped to make my uniform Pearls. Tnere has always biei a myttery and get me ready for the fron'. The day and especially no to came for our com ptny to leave th sad Connected with the manner of their formation, and even at det hourof my life had arrived I went As I took her the present time rery few pereoni know tobcr to bid her good-by- . what pearl rtnUy are Scientists tell u by the hand she fell on my manly bosom they are hard, white, smooth, shining aitb and wept. I also wept. The scene was a aflVctlng one. Some of the oldest dinner found in n Irs'sceius fiih of the orster kind. Poelsreier to thrm r. "the iilia'. t&aU who r!Uwu- - unurd (turs also. globe of liht," "the moon of wttint," and She said she loved me and she didn't care I'ne ancient who knew it "hoar frol of hemn " Greek nnd Roman esteemed pearls more Twice a week the mall man would hand highly thau anr other jwls, and with me a nice little white envelope, and in it I very good raon, for, u.like other gem, would find written on 1X3 1 fumed d they rtqulre no aid from art to bring out paper words of love. Alter reading I their beauty and Frequent refer would place them next to my heart and at enre is made to (hem in the- bible, en I they night dream of her and the happy meeting are aMociateJ with many superstitions, that was to comr; but the course of true The Chinese belie re they possess extraordi- love never did run smooth. Ono day the nary medical propertie and the Egyptians ugliest and laziest man in our company was dissolro and drink them a a love portion discharged, for what I never knew, unless Cleopilrt i said to hate on'y followed thv il was for uglines'. lis went home lie custom of har rce when she drank tne fa- lived on an adjoining farm, where my ideal mous (earl draft to the health of Mrc An- lived. Soon the letter began to get sctrce, tony. Thi custom, iily a it is, doca not then they ceased altrgether This I could appear to be wholly cocfiaoJ to the Egyp- not undcratsnd. But one of the boys who tians, tor there is strong reason to believe came from home explained the mystery. that the story of Sir Tliomts Gresham's She had married the fellow who had been hating drunk a dissolved pearl that cost discharged. This was an awful blow to $75,000 is not without some foundation In me, but I mustered up courage, got mad, fact. Tne Persians are said to be the Imt burned her letters in the campfire, threw judge of pearls and pay the highest prices her picture into the creek and said things for them. The Hindu are tirm in belief of "thrt girl I left behind me." She Is now that pearl oyster descend from the clouds, the, happy mother of eight dirty faced boys and after a long Immersion in the ocean and her husband is biilill of his district. J. M S., in Johnsboro (Ga.) News. riee to the surface and receive in their gaping mouths n few drops of rain water, Sam Jones on Base-Bal- l. which are congealed into peul. This "I learned how to love a man once by a pleasing theory is harel by many Oriental game of town bill. Wheo I was a boy we race, but science, it is almost naedlw to used to play town ball. Bat I will tell add, haa long since exploded it. you what, if I had a dog an 4 he wtre to go m. tcri, htj Several years ago a resident of one of the subnrbs had the misfortune to become totally blind, a cataract forming over hia eyes. While in this condition his wife died A young German girl, whom the unfortunate man had never seen, was very attentive to his wife in her last illnes, and, after her death, did what she could to make the grief stricken husband and his two little children as comfjrtnblo as possible. Such devotion did not go unrewarded. The blind man propoiod and was accepted. He married the faithful girl. Two chilDurdren were the result of their union. ing hi year of blindness the sightless man never lost hopes that rome day ho might again look into the beauties of naturo and tho loved ones around him, A physician wai finally consulted, who agreed to attempt tho removal of the cata ract. The operation was successful, and he from whom the light of day had been shut out so many years saw again. He was almost beside himself with joy. A friend, who was at once recoguizjd, came, leading a lady, by the hand. "Do you know who this it?" he slid to the happy fellow. "No, I do not." "That is your wife," and thou the pair, one of whom had nover seen the other, fell into each other's arms, and a domestic scene of pathetio beauty encued. The two children wero also brought in to their father He clasped them to his be'at-in- g heart, and all the miseries' of the past were forgotten in the pleasure of that mo inent. This is a true story. The actor in this life panorama, covering a period of ten years, are alt alivo. The husband sees as well as he ever did, and is now in busi nM in th's citr TCinrinnMi Pun. She Clasped. "I want to ask your advice about a novel I a writing," she confidentially remarked to a Wood won! avenue book-sell- Managed by Jno. B. Fish, Tho claw in German ha ceased to meet for the pns nt It will be organized nga'n let. r on. -- To day is county rourt, with a very Kood crowd in town. Oar jsll has had no occupant since court adjourned. GrH- -, wheat and rye are beginning to fhow their life. A few moro days like last week nnd stock will bo able to live without belnir fed. Tlie poatoffice will be moved as soon as permission from the depirtment can be had, to the store hou of Mr. II. Carpenter. Thi will bs a much better location and will afljrd more room. Mr Frank H. Ksppsrt, of this plsce, has received an appointment in the law department of the United States Treasury un der first comptroller M. J Djrham. He will start f r Washington to day. The boys have been catching rams very nice fish within the last few dayH. Willie Adams, Jr., of Garrard county, is opening up a stock of gooda in the house recently occupied by Jack Adams, Jr. F. L. Thompjon, Jack Adam, Jr., Willi Adams and S V. Paris have all been to the cities for their spring goods. M. C. Miller, of Austin, Texas, is visiting at this place. W. M. Weber, of Knoxville, Tenn., is spending a few days with relatives at this place Miss Georgia Brown is visiting Mrr. R. K Thompson, of Garrard, The marriage of first cousins is forbidden in five States and permitted in thirty-three- . i, It is perfectly right, eclenticaliy (but, not morally), for first cousins to marry. Dr. Carpenter's researches showed that there was a smiller percentage of deteriorating children from thoe closely related than from those cot related at all. He took the children of 10,000 cousins and 10,000 not cousins. The proportions were 3 to 1 in favor of relatives marrying. He then inquired into the percentage of 10,000 imbecile), 10,000 idiots and 10,000 lunaiics, which confirmed his conclusions. Scientifically, man breeding is an nnimal, and h ai bsneficial to him physic Ily m it is to other animals. Morally, however, re strictiona must be placed upon it; but all restrictions against tho intermarriage of relativoi muH be placed upon the grounds of morals, not upon the ground of physical New York permits een closer marriages, as a man may in this State marry hia niece or a worn in her nephew. Such marriages are uiquestionably immoral as the law permitting a woman to have two or more legal huibands or a man to have two or more legal wive. World. per-hapwell-being. the Ladies f of Hustonville For Circuit Judge, AND VICINITY. Ha? Ing deIdd to make XyiuliTllle my future home, I bare transferred to Mra. Mollis T. Williams ray entire Mlllmey business at this plsce. I will forward her from time during the romlre season all the Latent Rtulo Xorel-rP- M shown on the markets, ami Iami assure of my old trljnds and customers Kntlro Ballsfsctlon J. W. ALCORN. For Commonwealth's Attorney, It. C. WARREN. For County Judge, atherbanda. Ueepoctfullr, MACS. T. W. VARNON. Circuit Cltrt, all Hid AX. JAMES P. BAILY. County Clerk, GEO.B. COOPER. County Attorney, My atocb during the coming season will be larger than erer shown on this market. Imuch will harea full tlneofSprlng Goods the ft rat iceck I in Avrll.City will be assisted by an experienced and expert Trimmer during tba entlro season. Thanking my irlonds for past faTors I kindly ask a continuance and (luiranlfle Satisfaction In style, quality and prlre Very Truly Vours, iw-i- i jirH.jiuijfjlK'J'. H'll.IjiAatS. Mill D. R. CARPENTER, Sheriff, Valuable Property for Sale T. D. NEWLAND, Assessor, The property known as the HustonTllle Flouring MIHa will be offered for sale to tho hlghm and beat bidder, on Saturday, April 10th, 1880. This property Is new, coiuuiodiously located nostenTllle, Lincoln county, Ky in a fine farm-at ing regions runs two sets of flour burrs and ono set corn do.; Is lurnlshed with nmpla machinery and tho laUr appliances and la capable of doing largo and excellent work. Tho sain will lie posltiro. Terms mtde known on day of sale. ?r. . SMITH, lCMd Pittldent HustonTlllo Mill Co. E. D. KENNEDY. Jailer, 8. M. OWENS, Superintendent bl Common Schools, J. A. BOGLE. County Surrey r, F. B. HOWARD. A nice saddle Stallion, 3 years old, by Oa Time. 102.1m ,. TORSAIsE! i'. u a iraox. Hil C))louisviu twaiiASTxCHiMGo'ftrTS FORSALE. Moroland. Through Coaohos Sleoping Cars. From and Pullman Ten Stacks of Uay and 104 barrels of Corn, near J. 31. CAHTISIl, Mllledgevllle. liOniHTlIIo (o Clilciigo, H. K. TAYLOR, Of 1,00 AN COUNTY, Is a Candfdttefor the offic of Superintendent of Pu'illc Instruction, subj ct Cliiclmintl to Chlcngo, Xnillntuiiiolh to Chicago THROUGH TIME TABLE Via Louisville: Lve. Louisville.., to the Democratic State Convention. Da. W. B. PENNY, STANFOUDD, fflmi? street, r eat KY. to on Lancaster Office Oontlttt, K.and Journal office. 1 p. to S necessary. it. Anesthetics administered .) 1151-lyr- door Office hours from Intb-bio- S to 12 a. when) k Arr. Lafayette... " Chicago..... ......... I I 7 4J 8 80 8 20 a m pm pm 7 I j 8 320am 00am 40 p m Via Cincinnati: Lve. Cincinnati liEB F HUFFMAN, HtJItGEOr Office 3J3ISTTI gfcT, STANFORD, KT. South side Main Street, two doors abort the Myers HoUl: Pure Nitrous Oxide Oat administered when required. " Indianapolis.. I lig 45 p in ap m' Arr. Chicago "Dally fDally except 8unday. He suro . 17 80 a m I f fi 11 45 p m 30 p m 6 83 a ui yonr ticket reads via the MONON ROUTE, (L, N. A. A C. R'y) as It is the quickest. lio belt and most direct lino to Chicago and polnta Yeoman The charge mado bjr the Frankfort that the leaders of the democratic in the Northwest. Tickets via tho Monon Route on sale at all prinMcurs. B. It. A L. J. Cook aro Agents tor the cipal ticket office. For rates, maps and lull In formation, address John Church A Co. Pianos an t Organs, which following moat excellent Instruments: WM. 8. BALDWIN, O. P A., Chicago. Knabc A. Co , Uazelton Bros., Decker A. Hon and A. J. O'KEILLY, O. ti. A., Louisville. Everett I'lauoi. Also, Clougb A Warren and the John Church A Co, Organs. These Instruments are tnoit excellent lu tone, of great duiablllty and wedefy conpvtltlon. All of then, are warranted for five years. Inferences- - A It. Penny, Mra E. M. Carbonter, J. M. Philips. J. M. Moore and James Uxuley, Stan'ort; Mis. Maggie Holmes, e Crab Orchard: Oen. W. J. Land ram and Miss Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. PIANOS AND ORGANS. LB. I Lis-al- "jBlnoflrass Route." party in the State were responsible for the wnetut condition ot atltlrs was tne swan-son- g of that paper. If the Yeoman bad on ly struck the same note ten years ago it ay would have besn alive and prosperous. Breckenridge News, to-d- Vermont Hambletonian. This fine stallion will make thr season ollSSCat my p aoe, thre miles Irotn Stanford on the Stanford A Shortest and Quickest Bonto from Oen tral Kentncky to JI Tumi ii'urm, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between Danville pike, at yu-terda- y. gilt-edge- iu-t- - It "My heroine meets him with great joy, rnny A McAUster. and he clasps her in bin arms " Interesting Experiences. "Perfectly proper, I'd do it myrelf." Illram Cameron, Furniture Dealer ot Columbus, years "Ye, but don't you see that one of his Oa., tells his experience thus; "Fur three Stomevery remedy on the market for is in a slink7 How could he clasp?" haro tried arms ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, un"That's so. And yet he must come home til I used Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and wounded?" am now curod, anl thluk Electric IBlttera the best los-t- t Bloxl Purifier In the world." Major A. B. Iteed, Titos, itonissox. "Ho must." of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an "And she must be claxped?" old standing Kidney att'tctton and says: "Noth THE SEMI-WEEK"She ought to be." lug has ever done me so much good as Electric SO cents a bottlo by Penny A "Yes, that's bo, but you must look out Blttora." Bold at t"- for the critics. How would it do to have McAUster. her clasp him?" A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. "Wouldn't it look immodest?" Ctpt. Coleman, achr. Weymouth, plying between "Not under the circumstances, and you Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with can add a foot note that the jjy of seeing a cough S3 that he was unable to alsep, and was Induced to try Dr. King's New Dlscorery for Conhim carried her off her balance for a mo- sumption. It no', only giro him instant relief, ment. Yes, lot her clasp and take the con but allayed the extreme soronets In his breast. sequences. If you get the right kind of Ilia children ware similarly aflectod and a single covers on a book you needn't care much dose had the same happy effect. Dr. King's New Dlscorery It now tbs standard remedy In the about what is inside " Coleman household and on board the tcboonor. "Very well, my heroine shall clasp; I free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at Detroit Free Penny 4 McAHater's Drug Store. thank you, good day." 8TNlrOBD, KY. A new soda motor, which performs all out and look at a game of bae ball an hour Press. Positive Care for Piles. would go and kill him, I would. None the functions of an ordinary locomotive, is I say that people ot It waa a Chicago lawyer who, in hia ca- weTo the bean giventhis county wsofwould Marcbial'a in operation on State streot, Chicago. It of your base ball in mine. There is not a Dr. the Agency have called Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed doe not require any fire, is noisele, does more corrupting thine; this side of bell than pacity as justice of the peace, was It published, every Tuesday and Frldsy at the low price of emells, has no ex. hue ball, Now put that down. They all upon to marry a couple in baste. Absent-mindedl- y to cure or money refundoJ Internal, External, not emit any he began with the groom: ''You Blind Bleeding or Itching Pills. Price SOc box. thought that I had forgotten that I never hauit ataok or steam whittle to frighten TWO DOI.I.AKM PEH YEAR. For sale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. horses, and makes fully a good time m the hare had any use for it The idea of n do solemnly awear that you will faithfully Hrfiat Can Be Done ? (team dummy. It takes on great big young buck 25 years old running perform all the dutiea devolving upon you your ly thirteen minutes to charge U and it will all over creation after a ball, If your moth aa husband of this worn in, during By trying again and keeping up courage many iPiLLCLasas run continuously for aix' hour after it it er wanted you to cut a stick of wood she term of office, and until ycur successor thing seemtngly Impossible may be attained. hopeless cases ot Kidney and Liver loaded. The Boston S Albany Railroad couldn't getyoa to do it to tare her life, shall be chosen and qualified in your stead." Hundreds of Noatly and Cheaply Executed. began Complaint have been cured by blectrlc Bitters, Company ii also building a forty. ton aoja but you drees up in a fool's garb and run Then he remembered himself and after everything else bad been tried In vain, So Gbutinntk IumI.I fountain to haul its trains through Boston; after a ball the hottest day, until your sgiin, after the manner appropriate to the don't think there It no cure for you, but try Elecf tfllt thMtt sal ClKS f Lowell Citizen. occasion. tric Bitters. Tbsrs Is no inedlolne to safe, to pure nmtiius a si tails r aiefefne U in Bceeeefi wi apeo tongue lolls out, you fool you. l ' IMT New alniutt uitcrul ntlittM. H jLMT I to and to perfect a Blood Purifier. Electrlo Bitters UvP. "That ain't all. It iaone of the finest iaVi', t& a ceVpalV fii Mfn a rsWl In Mm. Brewster, the late wife of A'VRPHV will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of nearolVawVoa't to clcee a contract that fields for gambling in America, And that General Brewster, was a moat beautiful th Kidneys. Invaluable in affections cfQtoaur.li ntiM I &A4tii am tot Wry, !. r"r' acm iWj ttu n . p6w is not all. I wouldn't wipe my fet on any woman, roalnlng fn middle age almost the andLUsr, and, ovsroomt all Urinary Difficulties. iMt-isi- C will eapy tM It can with Mom. crowd that would go out and play base ball beauty of youth, and with her gray hair, the Largs Bottles only 50 cents a bottle at Penny A tl,Ve,,w A.ftht oiXIIIU eree-- a fo,riwlti. L. ruur.., t McAlIiter. j 'A j eorered on the Sabbath. Those are rar sentiments. soft black eyes and their loo'g, curving & rf EaMrt. Me., 'J I couldn't put It in an more concise way lashes and her fine smooth skin, without a TUB REV. OEO. IL TUA.YER, of Bourbon, b fi dtfeMey'a Led(re a iaV, &tr tk 'Both myself and wife qwe our Um driyen there than that. I don't know whether yon line or wrinkle, showed to double advan- Ind ,ays.' the ot--ar day. They had toBUILOU'd COKS0MPTION CORE. For tale me or not; but you understand agree with br the fierce galea. When the it en tried Bae, reckon, don't jou? I will Jet my boy tage; she not only had a youthful face, but at M. L. Bourns't. WMWtifaMniAi&Zrl I lih clubs the eeala a youthful heart and spirits and all her thom fijcfZ& toalaoghttr ABE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion, play ball, until he la ten years old, but after Constipation, Dlzjloess,,LoMot Appetite, Yellow showed Cfht t"d drove the men to their troubles and sad experience had never alye!ra 4ld I believe I will he la fifteen Sklnr eWloh'sYlUlttvrls a positive cute. For tered her happy voice and laugh, boat. They returned aoon' with gonfl, and tale at M. L. Bourne's. Werblm ouUrreVtchhTm at such thirty iv of.thw largeet aealg. shot a that." WHY WILL YOU cough when Shlloh's Cure The wife of Senator Taulbea and the he AarteH rpm,t aose rai'en'a he ir', OR give Immediate reltelT Price 10c, BOc and 91. The unexpected ftSetjaM tkkei pUe mother of Congressman Taulbee, of Magof- will sals by M. L, Bourne. naye. an. x vqttto tWM rsnK K W inHwu. o W miuacwi of is tB"rongrr!; For lul nu 1tttt nlnlii II II Mnttlol about ISO change'., T,Ve, that Touta to totee, piea' In malnmony, A 4 tlk.bW fin county, is 54 years old and never saw a uotfitruloi.(!l1,Morii4WMripli BUILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY- -a positive 4IimUms for pLatln all Tortrti.t of VEGKTAT1I i heart Mdjoa!! be graf.hHded when rcu hate just bnen blessed with a girl bah, the locomotive uotll last eek, when she came cure for CaUrrh, Diphtheria and Caaksr Mouth. U4 IIPH'I . to all. c.t-j . . .t. orvH... cet tbtre, If Vo are not I l e'ntTralV. 3 . Hrtit child in twenty-fou- r years', ForaUatM. L. tourueV Times. down to Ltxingtou, D, M. FEFRY & CO., Detroit. Mlohlgru Paul nMld. -; -Y Bucklen's Arnica Salre The boil Salre In the world tor Cuts. Bruises Sores, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped by InHands, Chllblaloi, Coroi and allBkln Ernptlons, dians and conies home with his arm in a and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, sling." Is guaranteed to gUe perfoct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 ceots per box. For sale by "That's good." $15 to Insure a Mare in Po&l. . "I shall be happy to give it " "The hero of my story is woundod HSo 45' LEXINGTON afc GINOiarNATI 1D35. No- - Schednlo In Effbct Oct. 11, ... n w- - No. pm Ii black, foaled In sixteen hands high, by William Wflcb, by Hytdyke'i Hambletonian; 1st dam Kate by (Jill's Vermont: 2d dam Black Swan bv Helm'a York. ablre, by Imp. Yorkshire; 3d dam Little Emily by Wagner, by Imp. Wagner; 4th dsm Lmily Bped liy Imp, Leviathan; &ihdam by Packolet; Cthdsui byQrandrlver; 7th dsm br Maryland Phccnlx; 8th dam by Hannibal: Uih dam by Silky, by P ow- el. (See Emily Speed In Brute's Stud uooa, vol. ,page B'JJ. Vermont llamuetoman Is a verr 1KJM- Eolne. with fioe atria and bom. rood action. tired William Welch, with prima record of 25. Vermont being a grand ron of llysdyke'a Hambletonian, the graudert sire living, aud Gill's Vermont combined, backed by thorough bleed, ought to make a fine stock horse. I will also stand at the tame place a fine jack, Imp. Vlctaw. Uelta 1&S2, Ex. Sun. Lve. Covington...... 8 10 Dally 8 10 9 31 10 V!) Er. Bun. Arr. Parla. Lve. Paris-.- " Falmouth...... SUam " Cynthlana.... II 03 am " Lexlngton....12 .. 11 40 7 " Rowland S 00 p m Lve, Richmond.....! 2 05 p m I Arr. Korea t 20 n m I " Livingston.... 6 00 a North-Bound. Arr, Winchester ... Ii 30 "' Richmond...... I 00 BISpm Lancaster 11 45 2 82 pm pn 4 37pm a m It 00 p m 5 15pm .,. C 17 p m pni a m It b3 p m 8 25 p m p mll 40 p m 510pm pm 7 25 pa am pa 200pm ia.. ...... El No. 8 00 8 No. 11 No. I Lve. Livingston. ' Berea C.gWa1i 10 22 am Arr. Richmond . 111 45a in Lve. Rowland ... 7 15 a ml 11 Lancaster .. 8 05 am Arr. Richmond.. 11 00 am Lve. Richmond 1 25 p ml (01am 7 05 a m 2 25 am Arr. Winchester Arr Parls........ 8 18 a m 8 25 a in Lve. Lexlugton ... 7 25 a m 40 p m 8 20 a in 5 30 p m Lve Pari " Cynthlana ... 8 63 a in 3 58 p m " Falmouth ...., 9 55 a m 4 40 p in Arr. Covington .... It SO a m 6 00 p in I am ... 4 5 5 6 8 20 pm pra 51pm 57 pm 45 pm 20 MATSVII.I.E IIHANCII. Tfo.SI, NOSTH-HOCW- Interior Journal Dally Dally Ex. Sua, Ex. Ban. 7 UoTEsT 2 00 Lva Covington. W. P. WAiTON, Fro'r. " Lexington ' Parit ArrMlllertburg... " Carlisle " Johnson.. " Maytvlll Souni-Bortf- Beeeeeei 8 20 a m 5 8 47 am 5 9 03 a m 6 10 03 a ml 7 10 60 a m 7 25am 20 25 43 pa pra pm pm pm 10 07 60 pm pa No. 64 "NoToT Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Sua " Johnsan.. ' CarlUlo..... Arr Stltm 6 27 a m 7 7 8 9 20 48 15 10 SO " Lexington...., " Civlngton .... PsrU.... Mtlleraburf . II a a a a a m 4 25p m m I 47 m s is p m 0 10 pm m 845 J 2 45 28 pm p a pa a pa iflr hu-flT- 1 ?0i Notb. Trains S and 4 are dallr between Win- chatter, Lexington and Covington; other tralnt aredtllr excent Sundar. ct Ion tare made at Winchester ritb. Direct Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashlani, Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern dt-lo-a. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cart betwot two-feor- iut Line.1 Not. t and 4 run via Winchestax. anclnnatl and Richmond, Va., and Winchester aad Waahlnglor, D. C. Threunh UcktU aad bagfage checked to aa destination rf ached by railroad. 8. F. B, UORSK, W. H. WHrTTLE8KT, Passenger A gout, Trav. Pass. Agent, Covington, Ky, Lexington, Ky C W SMITH, H. W. FULCkr; Oaiwral Manarr, (ton Ar . fw 1 . "Witt ba tt.YIRY&K fool-iahbc- "i KEB SJjSkjLa 7886, NNYBOYALPLLS miiuawtlib I VLOtVr-UHK.k-o- 1AMEPAPER. Ur-t-- btehe.ter. Mipto . Ut ' rvti.uUff IIiq Orljrlunl and Only ' utlwtjrxIUkt. Roin.fwurthl.M Irui.ilon . CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." LABIKS. Aak J "if Vrttttt.l tit IZnaJUhool us ao u r m i.jVif 11. in Utltr hf 1.1' Wilrr"i t , feaaintal ItlU. t.tr tJLk. &&&& fqmf rnrrfWr!rtrfflwM THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praiso tho Lord. God is Love and Noth tog Elso." Stanford, Ky., March 23, 1880 W. P. WALTON. The bill psscl by the House requiting that all examining trials in cafes of homicide shall be before the county judge at the f Hi' ft of service at Agra, never to be forgotten. After tho first 4 days, which we spent, expensively, at the "Imperial Hotel," our old friend and parishioner C. O Seymour (in county real should becoino n law for various the mean time having his house emptied reason;, Tho further provisions of tho act by tho departure of his family to another which reqnires only one lraittrate to ait city) took us in with a whole souled hospiIn the examination of other cases and tality, that we will over remember with afwhich limit his cos's ii any examining fectionate gratitude. This dear brother effect a great sarins and the trial to SI, will onco sat under my ministry in tho Punjab ends ot justice will bo met as well as now, and you may guces how joyful tho reunion when two justices are nquired to hold such was. Timo has dealt gently with him and examinations, for one man practically dewith me, and it did not seem as if 25 years tia fBS5?rj b-- cides anywny, that ij U one is for holding had passed over our heads slnco we last and the other for arqnittal, tho prisoner W7ES OF CURRENT EVENTS, bull W&Oijf ' vvJBH w met. A dear Baptist Bro. Jones by name goes free. Tho paying therefore for two President Cleveland hai just turned gave us the use of his neat littlo chapel, men is money thrown away. his 49 h year. where, every day, we preached and sang ft- 'if fe"fiBYWe acres with the Elizabethtown JVors The mother of Secretary of War Eodi to a house-fuof most interested hearers-inclu- ding that the newspaper war on Gov. Knott on ot, died at Salem, Mass , aged 85. ! a fair proportion of Li'ui 1. ThlirowJfrneTirTarlrs. A inarrcl ol putttr, trcngth iDd wholrtomcnr.. Mora account of the convict question is bath un special proteges. Bjcldcs Bro tho Imperial city was ever retaken by such Hun Hi. ordinary klo l, nd ran not economic! Pal Rogers was fined $75 and given 90 dien: our Iw aold In reasonable and unjust. Hedoes not make the days in jiil at Richmond for resisting an Seymour we knew no one in Agra, except a competition with the inulllluJ.of low toil, ihort an insignificant forco. weight alum or rboptut powJm. Bold onl t In laws, but it is his sworn duty to so that officer. few whom wo had a mere speaking acquain Royal IUkino l'ownan Co , But then, I consider, also, how the bo- - cans. KM Wall Btrwit, N. V. they are executed, whether that duty is The Bucket Pump & Water Judge Baxter has ordered the fore- tance with at Lucknow. But the dear siegers were of Abraham's stock; who once, distasteful or not. Instead of blame, he closure sale of the East Tennessee, VirginLORD soon gave us friends from among with only 318 hastily armed servants of his is an Improvement on any rump or Iterator yet should receive the highest praise for his ia & Georgia road. the strangers, as "our gospel" commended household, pursued attacked and defeated Inrrnte Tha cup. dftfcrndtng tall of air and ai- promptness in sending troops to protect rending full of water, circulate, tha air from bol- John Gillispie, who foully murdered iUelf to them. As usual, satan had been 5 Confederate Kings, at the head of a large Drilrlng to changs my rtaldenc, I offer for tale iota io topolciitrrn or well, remorlng wlgglrt, the contracts to which the State is a party Mrs. Gray, was taken from the sheriff and buBy, before our coming, spreading injuri water butt, and rendering th water purs, retuo?-In- g army, flushed with victory and laden with My Beautiful Suburban Home, and see that mobs ara not allowed to die hung near Knoxville. all color, tad tailo or nnell. Thli inirnp hu ous reports, but these turned out also "as spoil, "One shall chase a thousand; two an tmproTrd coals; no link, to ret twlitalt .arh tate what shall or Bhall npt be done. Had WlthlO Several prisoners, including ono mur- usnal" "rather to the furtherance" of the put ten thousand to flight" is n scripture Lanratttr.Acrraor Und attach!, 1 mile wait of cup laeoldered permanently, and Instead ola link, Tb houu la good, so ar. the out. a flat plrc ol galranlied Iron li ned. Do not he failed to do eo be would have deserved derer, escaped from the Bardstown jail. good cause, after people found out that they houaci; that comes to mind when ono thinks of the tocaih. thtr. la a goodat orchard, Ac. T.rmi pual purcnaaea pump until you e this. AUdreai me Lancaster, Lock Uox Jo. the severest censure. Very reapectlully, were false. A good ministerial brother of victories gained by such scattered hand-ful- s The latter was recaptured. 103- 11. 11. AOEL. IV. Jtl. X1IUUAAB. George Q Cannon, the suspected poly the Methodists Leonard gave me his as fought the stern tattles of 1S57, in The Legislature seems to spend about half of its time resolving to adjourn and camlet under arrest at Salt Lake City, has pulpit on Sunday morning and evening. India. With these exceptions I received no recog Two days after oar arrival at Dslhl, octhe other half in recinding such resolu- forfeited his $25,000 bond. A horrible murder is reported from nition from the ministry also, "as usual." curred the famous "March Past," that tions. The Senate has decided 10 to 10 to adjourn finally on the 8th of April, but if Cincinnati, Mrs. Bohrman killing her son, The fact is, my ministry in India is precise- crowned the winter manouvrei of the Indithe House were in any possible contingen- herself and seriously Injarlng another son. ly what it was in America and England-mee- ting an army. Two corps of 20,000 each, called every where tho same mingled ac- respectively the "Northern" and "SouthThe debt of Lexington aggregates cy to agree to it, the first named body $130,000, not including the cost of the ceptance and rejection. I needn't enlarge, ern" Forces, had been marching and counThe would vote at once to which has already reached therefore, nor suppress. But we had a termarching, as in war. under skilled gener best plan is to go steadily to work and ad- Court-Hous''good time" in Agra. Souls were saved, als, until the affair wound up in a pitched journ the first moment possible, wasting no $117,637. In the Lebanon district Russell receiv bodies healed, and "the poor had the gospel battle and afterwards in a grand review. time in useless resolutions offered and pass Dealers In all klnJiol- ed to enable some leuow to make a "ree ed 3.593 votes for circuit iudceand Thomas preached to them," while dear saints were The Governor General was present and I "built up in their most holy faith." Of nearly every great English official and In2,774, Shuck for commonwealth attorney cord." I course we were very happy In seeing these dian prince in the country. 35,000 splen3.258; Pattison 2.990. MiJ, FrtY Lawrence has addressed a n scriptural objects accomplished, as tbe didly appointed troops, British and Native, Down at Randolph, Tenn., Miss communication to tho Senate, which is a horsewhipped Mr. Crouch for engag- dear Lord wrought through us and our marched past tho Viceroy's stand, to the salty arraignment of Mr. John R. Procter ing himself to another young lady while he simple ministry of "LOVE and Nothing strains of martial music. And a grand for bis recklessness and extravagance as Else." was betrothed to herself. sight it was, I never saw an army before, chairman of the commissioners to the New We have been six days in Delhi, and had and I can but feebly describe the impres The entire free list of tho Morrisson Orleans Exposition, and asks that he be Tariff Bill, with the exception of Indian a limited access to a few of the soldiers. sion it produced upon me. Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Wool, Grain, 8eods, Goal and Lumber, call atpermitted to prove his entire unworthineea corn, hay and oats, was adopted by the But finding the confusion of our surroundThe general effect was greatly marred by of the trust imposed in him. The Major tention to their ings too much for us, we concluded to beat a pouring rain, that began as soon a the Ways and Means Committee. was one of the commissioners and we sup--r Jefferson Davis will lecture in Mont- a retreat, and so leave for Allahabad to- "Review proper" bgan. and lasted till it pose was not consulted in the management gomery in behalf of the monument to be night. finished. Soon the soft ground was ploughof the finances as much as he thinks he Our meetings were held in a Baptist ed by hones feet and the wheels of nearly erected there commemorative of the Alaought to have been, hence this vigorous chapel again which the soldiers ecu red a hundred gun carriages, into a stifl "lobbama soldiers who died in the war. kick. The election committee decided by a the um of. But no one came near us, ex lolly" ankle deep. Through this the tough "That d- -n gambling bill," as Speaker vote of 8 to 6 that the Hon. Frank Hurd, of cept the little detaebment of foot soldiers of Israel plunged alternating Offutt calls it, may yet cat some figure in Ohio, is not entitled to the Congressional However, we have had a most enjoyable with their native alliw-- al a "quick step." his future aspirations, unless when it comes contested seat. Romlea ran ahead, they visit to the ancient capital and centre of a It was a painful but joyous sight. Painful bygone grandeur. Praise the LORD! op his rulings are so impartial there will hold. to witness the resolute attempts to keep in Oar good Major Mackenzie rent up a line and look soldier like in spite of pourbe no ground for the impression, he himself Edward Johnson, of Burt county, Illi has produced, that he is opposed to making nois, murdered H. C. Steadman for dis- a couple of tenia from Futtehgurb. Will ing rain, and each foot weighted with t: Randall Dlae or Wheel Harrow, Thomaa Smoothing Harrow, Xatamaaoo Bprtoc Tooth liar. it a felony to gamble in this State. Al charging him. Bsing pursued by a posse proceeded us a few days, and did his duties roT,cm.Jl.Urro,,ifoUh ""ow, Eiani' Tore. Section Harrow, Kan' Corn 1'Iinlen pounds of mud every time it waa " hur" ". urllli and Cheek Planter Combined. Trl.ceaUr Hand Pl.nt though the committee resolved and its ac- of citizens, he resisted, killing two of them as "Business Manager" admirably. He lifted. Joyods to see how sturdily they Malta Culllntora, Doubl tibot.ta wllh Fenderr.anJ many other goodrM,riCulUau. one. Juit In aeaion. tion was sustained by the House to exclude and wounding others, lacing refuge in a found Young of the "Saffolks" there, and succeeded, and "pulled themselves togethMr. Madden, there i no ground for the as- barn he held a hundred men at bay all the two bestirred themselves at such a rate, er," as they passed the Viceroy, upheaded sertion that his statement was false in every night and late Sunday afternoon had not that, when we arrived, we found everything and invincible. I was glad, on the whole, reminding us of Prospect Point. Will had yet been captured. A special train with particular. Any for the perfectly horrible weather. was ordered, and if they been up to Saharanpur, and unearthed from soldiers German, French or Russian-mi- ght HOUSE- The Knights ot Labor are kicking vigshould fail to take him the bam will be our "heavy baggage," our household and orously over the proposed passage of a law have passed in perfect form before culinary utensils, and transferred them to that stand, in perfect vreatber, and on perto make boycotting a felony but some such fired. A new element has lately received cog- the tents. Young brought "Jacko" from fect ground. Only British troop? could a check eeems necessary. We concede to nizance in the already complicated relations the barracks; our frisky favorite, left at have gone by as they did, that dismal 19th every man the right to refuse to work for any person or corporation he chooses, but of the Knights of Labor and capital. The Allahabad, but banished to her former ol January. And enly they, because they there his right should end, and it should injunction of the Catholic church against owner, becausg she would bite the chil- come of an unconquerable stock marchIs tbe oce that rarrlea the large! aad be made unlawful for him to conspire wtyh the union of its members with secret so dren, and Mrs. Lucas, whenever occasion ing or fighting it is all one. Difficulties others to injure a man's business simply be- cieties has been construed to extend to this offered. He also had two parrots, he had aro but challenges to overcome. Obstacles, organization of worklngmen,and noCath-li- o been training perssveringly for this very but invito more resolute attack. Impoesl cause he will not run it to suit them. is now allowed to become a Knight. visit, which he contributed to the equipm- bilities to others, are but the needed stimuThe massacre of thirteen negroes by a This is an effectual check en the unlimited ent-Oar li that make the British soldier bear more cowardly white mob in the court-houstents were pitched just outside tbe at extension of this already vast and powerful hardly on bis chin strap, and "go for" anyCarrolllon, La., while some of the number organizition which may prove to be of the Cashmere Gate of the city the yery one by on thing and anybody. I wish you could Ourficllltlta tor bu) log and tha discountsrnrestbngrrat qtiantlllM e buy eoablea us to gUe belter than tny one. were in custody of the court, is on inefface- utmest moment Times. which the storming party entered Sept. 14, have seen tbe "Seaforth Highlanders" that able blot on the narao of tho State, which 1857, and after 5 days incessant fighting, day. Others did well, but this magnificentshould exhaust every means at its disposal ran nearly 10 times their number of the ly LAND. STOCK AND CROP drilled regiment surpassed all others. I to bring tho guilty to trial and punishment. mutinous Sepoys, out of tbo opposite gate Corn for sale. M. B. Peyton, Stanford. noticed that these heroes of tho kilt and The negroes may have behaved badly, but alof Delhi. The old gate and walls are touched elbow, and thus aQordcd A few more Jeney cowa for sale. J. the courts are open to try them for any most as the siege left them battered and tartan, G. Carpenter. mutual support, as they swept by like a breaches of the law. broken by shot and shell, and I felt a thrillL, D. Garner bought of Wm. Cloyd a fearing Interest in going over the historic solid wall, keeping perfect step in the The labor troubles instigated in many a fine jack for $500. ful wind, and having the easy, unlaboring ground and recalling the familiar scenes, caseB by the demagogic newspapers and eggTwenty-fiv- e nntwa. or thirty tons of nice timo appearance of soldiers performing an easy ed on in others, continue to swell and mul- thy hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, Stan- that were almost things of "life and death" drill, under pleasant circumstances. 28 years ago. tiply. An observant writer thinks the sit- ford. The native troop did admirably unc'o-th- e For if Delhi had not fallen when it did, Danyillo Wilkes will make the present uation the most critical for years and that circumstances, but they were unfortuthe signs all pointX to a disastrous panic, season at Nunnelley'a livery stable. See the British would have been annihilated. nately shod with tho loese, unlaced shoe of How well do I remember how we at La "ad" in next issue. which will effect the whole country. the country; that, however adapted to dry The wheat crop aa seen from tbe pike hore were torn with suspense when the bandlrd by bars Warden Taylor is back in chaige of from here to Danville is in a most promis- Cashmere Gate was stormed, and the tele- marchlnc, is certainly unfitted for deep Btralght through on all goods and all we us. We, to now tbft targnt g?o5..iter Lrn.uhi ,0 lUl tlty call and examine our a.kToul mud. It was pitiful to see the poor fellows the penitentiary and South after costing the ing condition. Some of the fields are as graph gavo us from time to time the varied dropping their soles at every step, and then State a hundred thousand dollars or so to green as if it were May. Reports from all phases of tbe battle raging within the city attempting to recover them. Some sensiget rid of him, will return to his mountain over the country say that the prospect Is walls, for those fateful 5 days. And when home, May we never look again upon such good the last dispatch came: "Delhi is ours, the ble ones, seeiug the hopeleeaaeaa of trying for a fair crop. to pull through, perfectly equipped, quietly a disgraceful muddle as the jackuesical Leg The Frlsbie & Lake herd of 101 cattle Sepoys in full retreat," what language can slipped their shoes off and carried them in islature created over him. were killed at Cynthiana Saturday under describe the unutterable relief of our the left band but others either abandoned The Williamsburg Times, which has the provisions of the pleuropneumonia burdened and anxious hearts. their lost proparly, or trying to recover No finer feat of arms is on record than been issued in a very contracted form since bill. Only a few of the whole number were them, created confusion by dropping out brother Newkirk's heavy loss by fire, will actually diseased but all had been quaran- the closing struggle at the siege of Delhi; of ranks. It was too ludicrous at times, resurao its former proportions next itsue. tined and regarded as possibly infected. when loss than 7,000, of all arms, with a to resist; and roars of laughter greeted the It is mighty hard to keep a good man Of those killed 85 belonged to the late loss of CO officers and 1,100 men, by a series unhappy Sepoys, who once and again, in down, if ho has any energy at all, John K. Lake and had cost many of them of heroio attacks, against overwhelming making herculean exertions to catch up from $100 to $800 a head. Tho State pays odds, finally routed the enemy and broke DJMLBaSlMwith their comrade?, after "falling out," Another call for 510,000,000 three per $30 a head for all. of the rebellion, the back coot, bond, to mature May 1st, has been From the 1st of June to the 20th of Sep- slipped and fell sprawling in tbe slush. Drugs, Books, Stationery and W. A. Owens sold last Friday to Ed made by tbe Secretary of the Treasury. With a few abiurd episodes of this kind, Fancy Articles. McCarty, of Boyle, for his brothers at Rus tember the avenging army a mere hand-fuThis make3 three this year. only reinforced by driblets, however the wholo affair parsed off most at first, and sell ville, a dark Rray jack 15 hands high I'hyalclana' prescriptions accurately compound!, creditably to all concerned. Mrs. Dickson and Mrs. Wood, the lat- for $1,100. D. C. Terhune bought 25 head grudgingly spared from tho already enfeeAlao COOTINPED NEXT ISSUE ter distantly related to the President, aro of mules 2 years old this spring of Joe Cof- bled garrisons of other stations held on, applicants for' the ptouloe at ilarrods-burg- . fey & Bro., of Lincoln county, for $2,200 in spite of fover and cholera; in opito of inTwenty-twSlates in the Union of the 38 or $8S per head. Mr. Terhuno also bought cessant harrasatnent of attacks by vigilant have democratic governors. The home A number of mioers and others met in another last week, consisting of 27 and well equipped foes, iu spito of the con rulo of more than three Gfths of tho Amer- Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewolry and Silvorwore William&burg Saturday and demanded thai head, the average cost of which was $75 40, suming heat of the season; until Sir John ican people is democratic. The democrats the LeUluturo rcpoal tho law authorizing and these were all good cotton mules. Lawrence, our grand Chief Commissioner hold tho House of Representative1! by a ma- Lyor bought to this market friers Lowott the employment of convicts in coal mines. Harrodsburg Democrat. at Lahore, with a rare nerve, and perfect jority of 13, They lack only seven ot a y tho LowMt.oa Watchea, Clocks and JewolryTi mSra-MmFm- , BaJsap Hw-r1Qon nonce ana warranto!. I'ouim Judge Durham seems especially fond Lancaster Court. About 350 cattle knowledge of the native character, denuin tha United States Penat, At tho oftheReppert family. He secured Wil on the market yesterday: bidding a little ded the Punjab of British troop and re- last election of a President the democracy liam a good place at Washington not long lire'ier than usual. Prices ranged from 3 placed them with 8ikh laviej from a prov- carried 20 State out 33 by n plurality of RRBAGE & since and now ho gives Frank a $1,200 law to 1 coats; horses sold from $100 to $135; ince that had tcarcely been a decade con- 23,000 In a total popular voto of moro than clerkship, no mules were offered. The bone show wsh quered; sent evtry available British soldier lO.OOO.OOO.-fN- ew ihm fork Sjn. mr ineivu year. ;""';. "utwl,.h ,b0 Tho fees of jailer in Kentucky last well patronized. Charlea.Dunn'u to Delhi and ordered an Immediate attack teiTSAca,t anywhere, wliu prlvl- ti?JbP Artificial sponge made of cotton, remittupon the city, In force, and at all risks, year amounted to $91,165 03, paid by the Meenger Chief, Jr., a was ad(nil. We pay frctelit chanrp. in tho mired greatly; so was also Hubble'dEoock; Tbe result, though at fearful cost, was a ed absorbent and treated with autiseptlcj, State for maintaining mh vara If not uMitnptnrv. t jails until trial or expiration oi eouterc s Warner's Ultimus and W. G. Dunn' Ab' triumphant success, and tho mutiny was has been invented in Ragland. A piece ?ii1B11?.t'f' ' "mom mlier of confinement. Here is a good chance for dallah Meesenger made a number of favor- - speedily quelled once this rentral nest of of the size of a walnut has absorbed water until it reaohed the slz) of a cocoanut. It Frank- itei Crowd good and business a little on trewn irn broken up. nS,aWC,1MlSll,l'tl,f, usually told forlSlS.CouTll ajinM effective retrenchment and ruform. l.pOiO is eo claap that it ncej bo used but occe, i ' - I . it.. tbe look up. fort Capital. A i.'jo. nijbuuua' 110 feat io knight ' W. ji, l'UA'i " '. Mtcretury, lUUbnrt, Jndtiius-- . futt-Madd- Up to Saturday 1.238 bills had been introduced in tho General Assembly. -- Phil Thompson's bill regulating the jurisdiction of county judges in examining trials, amended so as to mitfco it exclusive ouly in cms of homiciie, passed the House. The committee to investigate the ON matter made a report, bus taininjc the Speaker in his order prohlbitirg Madden from the floor of the House, which was adopted by that body. Mr Bobbitt o flared n resolution in tho House the other day that tho Legislature Bervo tho balance of the timo without pay, as the treasury won empty. Tho Speaker immediately declared him out of order, and hardly a member of the Legislature speaks Owen News. to hia now. Delhi, N. W. P. India, Jan. 22 1, Death Inteiuok. We had two 1380. weeks ll built of hewn red sandstone, towers on the famous "Ridge" about two miles out of the army had its city, where the Anglo-Indiacamp. I happened to meet an English officer there while I was Inspecting it, and read, log the volumnious inscriptions on the white maiblo tablets that girdle the lowest story of the monument. Ho was qulto familiar with all the localities and from that elevated spot could point out every place where bloody engagements were fought. "Tho Hindun;" "Budlee ko Semi;' "Subzje Mundi;" "Metcalf', ;" "Hindoo Rao's house;' The FJncHtaff Tower." were familiar os household words, from the dread day when each meant a desperate and bloody strug gle, but I had never seen them till that day. When wo remember that tho once dilapidated walls of Delhi had just beeu put In thorough repair by British englneerf ; that au admirably nppointtd areenal, with evny requirement for warfare, fell into tho hands of tho ineurccntr: aud that the wretches who did most of tho murderous mirchief, were trained eoldiers, armed with n POWD rr Ji A . j Absolutely Pure. 'rmml Purifier WEMIEN & MENEFEE. e, -- i Tern-pleto- FARMING IMPLEMENTS. red-coat- Large Assortment of Harrows, Corn Planters and Cultivators, .J" "" two-bo- ra Iron-lleara To-wl- THE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BEST STOCKofGOODS e We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, -- 4 mEAN to cut prices & IOSTJKSJR. METOALF PHARMACISTS, -- ll o JEWELERS. car-loa- d wHa fASPAPI .;. rs HARNESS M'F'C CO. .'.... JMmWtmmmjBk l7?raft?atSMgiSj -. j 1 8. Army, was In town lst week on a visit' Fjicsh canned Roods at T. It Walton'-- . Elder J. G, Livingston has accepted a to his brother, Jude It J. Breckinridge call to preach once a month for the church Mioses Salllo McRiU'rio nr.d Uattic Fan is Buv the Drtnle combined turninit plow, will after further preparation enter the D. at London. Stanford, Ky March 23, 1880 harrow, Bnd D. Institute m tcacl ors, Mr. and Mrs, Ac, from W. II. nigglna Tho pulpit at the Presbyterian church W.P. Wolton and E O. Walton, of Stan I'nocron Knott patent fltur In tho beat waa tastefully draped Sunday in memory O. O. WALTON, - DusInoHB Manasor. of Mr. James Paxton, who for a quarter of ford, and Mrs. I N.Vaughan, of Richmond, " in the market. Mctcilf A Fetter. a century, was an elder and a faithful work- Va., Mr. Walton's sister, were in town SatThose indebted to the firm of Bright A er in the church. Two new members were urday, the guests of Prof. J B.Walton, of I. J N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Centre College Metonlf will plense cull and settle their received at the close of the services. Mall train going Worth .......... 1 M r, w. Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary T. Warren ns I am about to luivo Sianford. II .. i i. Bouth....M It Is calculated that the disestablish 12 IS r. w, took place Sunday evening at tho Cemetery 1 Si AiU, C. DrlRht. Houth... bweijiMln1' ment of tLc Church of Eagtand would et The Court of Appeals has MVCMed tho free funds equal to $917,500,000, of which, after rellgeous services at tho residence of Thsajove U calculated on standard time. Solar Mrs. Warren decision of the Lincoln circuit court In tho nfier the payment of all claims by tho clet her son, Mr. Wm. Warren do It jbout 30 minute faster; was aoout i years old and hail been in a care of Judj;o Higyins njjatnst the town of gr for compensation and similar demand?, for several LOCAL NOTICES. there would remain a net gain of $500,000,-00- feeblo condition of health Crab Orchard. months past. She died at the hema of her liANiiRKinV Grtrdon Heeds nt McKobertj I have In my yard behind Metcnlf & Rev. A. B. Moflett, who tins bad under son in law, Dr J. M. Holloway, of LouisA BtflKR'rt. Foritrr'rf store, nil kind of lumber, moat of consideration a cill to (ho pastorate of the ville. Hor daughters, Mrs. Holloway and LAN.)iitTii'g Rtrtlerl Died in bulk and which In OIre uie a thoroughly package nt Penny A McAIIatcrV. Presbyterian church at Nicholasvllle, baa Mrs. Kalfus aod her son, Mr. E. 8. Wsr-re- n, trial. I M.Bruce. accompanied the remains from LouisWATcnra and Jnn olrjr repaired on shor declined. This Is move which is very cotico and warrantod by Penny A McAlis Tick L A N. announces two rery cheap gratifying to his church hero as well as to ville. Mr. R. C. Warran, of Stanford, and er. excursions to Florida cities on April Int. the community at Urge. Ho is an earned Dr. 1. 8. Warren and 8am Warren, of PuUuv the IUm Hor Ketnedy, the orll-aa- l round-trifire from here to Pensacola christian worker and an orator of much laski, with their families, were also at the and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-lite- r. The funeral, will be $12 GO; to Jacksonville, $1-- 05; and power Mlis Mary Cheek enterlalneJ the A coMn.rrrn stock of jewelry, lateet so on. TIcketa Rood till May lit. At 8am Joncb' Cincinnati meeting -' - p., Vri trie. Hvt-f-- " were Young Lad 1m Social CInb Thursday evencopper cents and '28,000 nickels A cat with Fqumitr.1.9. W. T. Riyalty ny McA lister. ing. Mrs. J. W. Bcdd ii visiting tho Misvea of Middleburg reports n remakahle caso of put in ttie contribution box. Iherd Is no Quigley, Third street, Liuisville. Mm. J. the adoption of two young iriulrreU by a gainsaying the first statement in this paraPERSONAL H. StoJghill arrived from Eminence on Drye, of that place, was presented graph, but It will he hard to make those Mu II. 0 BtitriitT returned from Tex- cat. Dr. who know the people of Porknpolis believe Saturday on a visit to friends in this counwith two very young rqulrreN; the doctor as yeaterday. ty. Hugh Cowherd returned from Lex also Is the owner of a cat winch Is the hap. that they are so liberal as to give a nicki 1 Mim Lena LackeV went to Dinvllle ington on Saturday. Mr. Gus Miller, su py mother of two kittens. He placed the ata time to the cause of religion. yeaterday to visit relative. perintendent of the Standard Oil Co., at iqutrrels with the mother cat and she at CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Mum Mary Jo.vra hai returned from a Junction City, ii absent in Cleveland, Ohio once adopted them and Las low at much tlslt to friend in Dsnv.lle. Choicest garden seeds in bulk at Hutch-ing- s Airs. W. u. JJuniap has returned from a Wiiay Wakefield re- affection for them as for her own offspring. Mas. Kate visit to friends in New York, Washington A Chadwick's. Another old landmark has disappeared. turned to Blooniincton, III., yesterday. City ind Maysville. Mies Francis E Wil Best Patent fbur at lowest price at -- Mn.AwnMna. II. J. McKonErrra hare The old swinging sign at the Mrers Houie, Hutchings A Chadwick's. lard, of Chicazo, delivered a temperance adwhich for so many years has "swung to and returned from a yislt to Harrodsburc: dress at the Walnut street M. E. church Choice Northern setd potatoes at Miia J I. McKinnky returned from a fro," and was regarded by old inhabitants Frilay night. Messrs J. M. Hackney and Hutchings A Chadwick's. tUU to her brother, Col Slaughter, Sunday. as the best weather prophet known, waa Winfield Scott returned on Friday from The weather yssterday and last night London, where they had been engaged at Mr. K. Burnett, of Stanford, was rated to the ground Saturday. Now if the was poking fun at the early gardeners. work on the new court-hous- e, here thia week, looking after bjslness inter proprietor of this house will show atill fur Mr. and Farmers' supplies and everything in ther his ztal for the public good, he will Mrs. A. S. Robertson, Jr., have returned eat. Montirello Bljjnal. family groceries at "Hutchings A Chadfrom a visit to friends in New Orleans. Mr. N. Bid the renowned shirt have the hangings of the old hell oiled, or wick's. Albert Sallee was tried on Friday for man, ia in town and lait night helped the else have it removed entirely. What was the matter with the boja? Gold A Sliver Band to make melody, When Johu Menefee drove In town last Sat killing J. Bell Caldwell on the Monday Fire. A. II. and L. II. Royalty, two night previous and committed without bail. Mr.CC PARRI8H, of Virginia, u brothers near Mlddleburg, lost by fire last urday they vanished. Mrs. W. P. Tatem who has ben very The prosecution proved that the parties here a couple of days laat week. One of the week their house and contents, Including low for sometime, is reported a little better; were seen going it the direction of the prettleat and meat f ecioatioff of our many all their bedding and clothing, except that beautiful youne ladles was the magnet Mr. Geo. W. King Is thought to be improv place where the tragedy occurred; that which they were wearing at the time. They when so going they wero walking side by which drew him thither. ing. are both young men and had but recently Mr. II. L Peake, who hai been clerk Mrs. Jamea I. McKlnney, Richmond's side. Other witnesses testified to hearing married one late In the fall and the other log for 8. L. Powers A Co , left Sunday to sweet chirping "Katydid" spent Sunday the shot fire) and the accused calling at the about Caristmas, and were keeping houie accept a position at Georgetown. By hit with her brother, Mr. D. G. Slaughter at College home and asking that assistance be together. This unfortunate occurrence Is rendered Caldwell. Mr. Davis, a student, gefltlomanly conduct and pleasant xnanoera Dripping Springs. a sad start in life for the young couples, ha Bade numerous friends during his stay The small boy and the colored man said that when several persons had gather but we hope, however, tliat the old adage here, who regretted hla departure. begun the usual pilgrimage to that ed around the body of the dead man he may prove true in their case, that a bad be have o did the shooting?" and Mr, J. D. Mitchell, representing W. Mecca, the River, with bait in one pocket (Davis) aaked ginning may make a good ending. that Sallee answered, "I am the man!" X, Pott A Co., Bonanxa Mills, Richmond, and Innch in the other. Col. Andrew Rice, of Garrard county, With this the pretention rested. The dewai beri last week in the interest of hia In his report of the Geological Survey hous, which ia now turning out 2 10 and Burean of Immigration, Mr. Procter spent Saturday and Sunday here. No vis- fense proved that Bailee called at the hous birrela of superior flour a day. Mr mentions the Swiss and Germany colonics itor Is greeted with more earnest welcome of John Tolliver, a colored man, and asked him to take the body to town In his spring Mitchell was raised here and his friends are In thia county aa follows: Btaner: 131 by all our citizens than Mr. Rice. rery proud of the reputation be baa made persons; farmers and cattle grower from James returned from Florida wagon; with this and a little other testimoJ. Will ai a business man and a gentleman at hla Bwitmland; will commence the manufac- last week and gives a glowing account of ny that elicited no additional facts, the denew home. He ha held tery creditably ture of Swiss cheese in the spring. Luther-helthe abundance of game. It is probable fense rested. After announcing that the office of honor and trnst and is aireral and Highland colonies: Skillful agri that we will lose more of our citizens in the defendant would be committed without bail, r now the democratic candidate for mayor of oounly Judge G. F. Lee acid that on Monculturists from Europe- - The growth of coming fall. Richmond. We ask the merchant here to the colonies has been phenomlnal; they Ooe of.our merchants at least baa the day the 29. h Inst,, he would hear argu give, him a lift. tact of a salesman, when a parent calls for ments on a motion for ball. Mr. John W, now number 600 persons with constant acYerkes and county attorney Robert Hard cessions. They have brought $225,000 in a email amount of ''home made" sugar for ing represented tbe prosecution while Judge LOCAL MATTERS. to Lincoln county during the past two his small hopefuls, he doe up twice that R. J. Breci inridge and R. P. Jacobs, Esq , Fivrer Cigars at Waters A Raney'a. amount and promises to take back all that appeared for the prisoner. year. Is Jimmie's a good one. Circuit Court. When the case of Zile left. Orchard has a dude of the eenior R. D. Tingle, a Georgetown druggist, Beautiful flower pots. T. R. Walton. Crab died of pneumonia. Campbell, the negro barber, indicted for For Hale 600 pounds of honey. W. cutting with intent to kill M. J. Steele, waa type wlthrgray waxed mustache, who pose Three valuable blocks were destroyed in the moat'approved syle of the calling by fire at Helena, Ark., Sunday, inclnding II. Bartleson, Sianford. called, his attorneys, Mastereon Peyton and dandles and swings his petit cane and a $18 000 opera houee. To the Farmers. Hamilton and South and W. II. Miller, moved to quash the in looks afar In that oblivious way so ruinA till has been introduced in Congress to discontinue the practice of sending comBend Plows below cost. Metcilf A Fos- uicimeni oecauee no colored men were on ously captivating; but he wilted last Sat- mittees over the country to accompany the the grand jury, bnt Judge Owsley, sustain ter. urday when a country belle signified a dead bod 1m of Congressmen to their graves. ed by previous rulings, decided that he had willingness for him to carry her cloak that At the examining trial of Col. Dan G, no right to suppose the jury commissioners Slaughter, for the killing of the negro man, all too real for the poor seraphic crea .1EW ADT1CBTI8KBESTH. appointed to select the jury, had failed to was ture. John Baker, the facta as giren in our last do their duty. Exceptions were entered I was present at the examining trial of issue being proTen, ho wa acquitted. BALE. One thoroughbred red Bull, 20 and a demurer made to the indictment be- Mr. D G. Slaughter for the killing of John months old. Also D high gride jtirllnir Bteors. 109-lTo the LiuiEd. We hare just rcceired cause it failed to slate that the knife used Baker, colored, and have never witnessed W. & AmoD, fitanlonl, Ky, a splendid line of spring millinery and we was a deadly weapon. It was decided that a trial where it was do clearly a case of ask you to call and examine our itock. it was not necessary so to state and then a unavoidable and absolutely neces-ar- y motion for n change of venue wai made, Mtwa Smiley A Warren. PK01I No blame as was Mr. Slaughter'. which ill be considered Wednesday. 8c CO.. in the least can be attached to Mr. 8. for his N. W. Ji. WiTHERd cut uown last week en Wei Hansford, who killed Rlph Burket action, and his former patrons should feel BONANZA MILL8, - - - KICUMOND, KV. his father's old placo a peach tree which Christmas eve with a rock, was tried yesterthat with all his labor for their enjoyment Ther hire a new Patent Process Mill and make baa been bearing fruit for the last fifty-fi- re day and given two years in the penitentiaFlour, which they itll at bottom prices. and bis untiring politeness they can rely Mr. years. This la remarkable for this tree, as ry. ftwaa generally supposed that Hansthem D. Mitchell J. and vould be gladtrayels lor bis old In this friends to lerio section on him for the protection due hla guests. it la gtnerally very short-lived- . ) many new ones. ford was in a measure justifltble in tho act Mr. A. C. Sine who has made many aid but the proof showed that the killing could friends during his residence here, will Judou Owsley saya he made no prom ise of Immunity of arrest to witnesses easily have been avoided, to say the least. move to Dayton, O., or Lexington, Ky., y is set for the trial ot the McKlnney in a few days to the regret of all who know against whom judgments had been entered NEAR DEPOT, 8TANF0RD, for misdemeanor?, to secure thIr attend- thieves, some half a dozen or more. him. Hon. F. F. Bobbin spent Sunday For Meal, Flour, Btcon, Lard, Sugar. Coffee, But- ance. He merely stated the law, which he with friends here, where despite all an irr. CK&I, VHUUIU WUUU., tUCVOV. JJUIUKUa, M.VIA- MARRIAGES. ronl, Crsckers, Moluscs, Jelly, Preaerres, Apple considers a rery right and proper one, In tagonism shown elsewhere, he is duly ap liuirer, Mackerel, i'iR eei, epico, repper, uiores, Col. Robert D. Allen, of the Kentucky preciated and greeted with a hearty wel- (linger, Tea. Cinnamon, Candles, llomlnr, Beans, the premise. Potatoes, Dried Fruit, Plcklos, Oranges. Lemons, Military Institute, and Miss Minnie Green, come. D. C. Payne, who recently moved The usual equinoxial storm came Satur- daughter of Theodore Green, Eq , were hlulng, ViccKtr In Tict anything usually kept In to Birboursville, has returned with family aerocerf. Foods dell tered promptly to all parts day with thunder and lightning, wind and of town. Country produce taken In exchange for married In LiuisvilU Sunday. convinced that O. O, can not be equaled. goods. Glte me a trial acd 1 will troat you fal r. rain, followed by a regular blimrd Sunday, A man and woman were married in when it rained, snowed, sleeted, stormed Hardin county last week, who had never DANHLLE. BOTLE COUNT t. Yesterday the delightful and blowud. een each other till they met at tho altar, The Btavo factory of the Standard Oil weather of the put week resumed sway no waa from Kansas and through mutual Company, has been closed for repairs, again, but it Is hard to tell whit a day may friends began a correspondence that resultWork on the Catholic church at Junc- GONTRACTORJ, BUILDER, bring forth in the changeable weather of ed In their union. They thus lost all tho fun tion City la progressing rapidly and tbe March. STANFORD, KY. of courting. be ready for use. Mis Nora C. Murphy, tho youngest building will soon auction at 8. L. Powers' li daily The serylces to tho people of S'anford and The Dinvillo Literary Club waa en- Offers his Long nzperleace and careful attention ylctnlty. thronged with psoplc, who go away loaded and only single daughter of 'Squire J. S. by Piof.A. B. Nelson, "nigh guarantee satisfaction. Building material of evtertained ery description furnished at low rates. with bargains. Mr. P. A. Pitman is an ex Murphy, will be married at the Christian license from an ethical stand point" was the and his peculiarly meth- church in Danville, this morning to cellent auctioneer subject dieccseei. od of crying amuses the crowd greatly. Mr. Mr. T, M. Goodnight, of Franklin county. Robert Turner, for violent and abusive Powers Taried the entertainment Saturday Miss Nora is a very lovable young lady language toward another was fined $10 and 5IT. VEBNON, KY. night by absolutely giving away many use and the prospective groom is to ho congratJohn Pmnsll, for cirrying concealed weap-oarticles. He says, he glroa them all ulated on securing her as a life partner. fill n This old and Hotel li still mainwas taxed $50 in the police court this taining Us fine reputation. Clinrgcs reasonable. away, only taking the small price bid as a DEATHS. morning. this (Mouday) Special attention to the traveling public. matter of form. Henderson Weteegar Is In jatl crazy .V. XJEWCOSin, Pro'r, John W. Robinson, of Caea county, Jit. Vernon, Ky. The new poatoffite Inspector, E 1 Fin Mo., breathed his last on Friday, lOih Inst. from another protracted drunk. This is no ley. was here a few days ago, and after go He was next to tho eldest son of tho late now thing; Henderson gets druuk every ing through Capt. Richard'd establishment ! Jacob Robinson and ia tho first of the fam- once in n whilo and la sent to the Asylum order pronounced everything in first-c'sat Lexington to sober up. ily of nine children to dio. lie is 03 and man nt and the cfllco better arranged than any in Doyon know Bourne, tho baldhenJed License for tho marriage of Mr. Wm. the youngeat 47. Ho wai an elder in the thia section. Tho Captain and his excel Martha J. Alemanwas tho new Drug Store ? If not, loso no tlmo In makChristian church and n good man In every Chrlatlson and Min ing hts acquaintance. lent assistant, Miss Road Richards, seem to bred by the county clerk this morning. A rs'pect. Ha Is polite, accommodating, anjstlls his 'goods naturally and no nc tnke to th6 business Mr. Jonas Noako., father of Mm. R, S, fow weeks ago Mr. Eyan Christlson, tho fa lower than tho lowest. DTo has Just rectlvod a now 'has experienced nny serious annoyauco in Marat), of this place, died suddenly at hlo ther of Wlllltm, married Miss Cynthia cargo of Paints for the Erring trade, a splendid assortment of Landreth'i feeds In bulk, tho Celebrathe change of pontmnsters. of pneumo- Ann Alsman, tho sister of the ladv hla ron ted LeMare's Bock Crystal Spectacles and iiii.h People. "8. I home in Ilenderaon, last week, tho leading now marries. nia, ngod 00. ITe was ono of DruggUls' Sundries, Surgleal InstruA IIakvi8t ron the Mr. W. W. Penn, T. P. Agent for the ments, Musical Goods, Show Caso Artlilos, and a Powers elaughter sale of dry Roods at auc business men of tho city and the Xcu-- says , will leavo on Tuesday tion continues this week. Auction sales "ho was posaeased of many noble traits of St. Louis A Full Lino of Drugs, Patent MediOUowa, Kansas. Btsmark, Mo., and dally; lad!c8 especially Invited 'fo the day character and was indeed a good and con- for cines and Chemicals. charge of 30 emigrants nalee. Goods of every description cheap in scientious man," Mrs. Maran waa on a Houston, Texas, in Yose-mityou want to marAsforTolletJArtlcles-well,- ;tf nil department-- : clothing and oboes greatly visit to her old homo at tho time of hia from tbe vicinity of MoKlnnoy and This makes 108 persons that Mr. ry, e Immediately to reduced for tho time being; tho intention Is death and had the mournful consolation of to nearly clean out the room, even at a big being with him in his last hours, Mr. Penn has lumUhcJ transportation for to 1cm Now !.i the time to ronto your dlcoej Maran did not arrive in timo lo rca him Western boraw durin the presrnt month. Oi pv:lu the Myers Hume, bUuioru, Ky Major Josph Breckinridge, of tho U " alive. and Uuiiuj Uu uouolo duty. ml ';m N Y. Rkki) rotator. T. R Walton RELIOfOUS. I WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER WALL Trimmed anil ICouiIy for Use, nt ! ta PAPER! 0. M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. -- 33TEJ-5T THE 13,-000 RT.CSrn ' mJLm V Which can be lonntl nt- - T -- R WALTON'S POTATOES. -- Patt, Hew York Early Ro.e, Bnrtink. Bunty of Hebioii and Peatlm iK-isia- : Whito and Yollow- - ".-h- ONION SETS! And Hill Onions, -- m Seed Corn, Beans, Peas and Melon- - SEED IN BULK!!-- - And lots of 3rJttJDJ&2sr SIEIEID In Papers in Packages. eelf-defen- Buy Your Flour W. POTTS Jos F. Watkbs. Thomas D. Ranet. WATERS & R ANEY Main BB- - ti fint-cUa- a (119-lm- GROCERS, Street, - - - Go to W. IS. Vcatcli, TEItJOS CASH Oil 30 Dd Y8. Stanford. 5n ea To-da- -- -- 100-l- We deliver all goods In or within a mile or so of HOWLAND or Stanford. Send to ns for Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal, Butter, Eggs, Canned Goods, nominy, meeee, aiacaeiru, Presrves, Beans, Kraut. Crackers, Jellv. Syrups, Potatoes, Dried Peaches, Cakes, Candles, Cabbage, Prunes, Dried Apple, Oranges, Banannas, Onions, Dates, Figs, Corned Beet, Lemons. lUlslni, 8ptee, Sardines, Deviled Uam, Fine Apple, Cocoa, Oysters. liakert' Chocolate, unnamon, ricaies, Cloves, Tobacco, Clears, Queensware, Tinware, Lamps, Chimney Coal Oil,, Starch, Soda. Sosp, racaie. rowuer. tsnor. carnages, liots. Kikes, r oris, or umosi any ining else you can mention in our line, and wo guarantee latlslactlon in every respect. We give away prlres In fine Glassware with every package of IheCryatal Baking Powder sold by us. Send to us for Seed Irish Potatoes, Onion Seta aiid all kinds Garden Seeds. We have a comprehensive line of Plain and Fancy Sugar. Coffee. Apple Butter, Molaates, Frank Allison, IlnrneftB, Saddles and Bridles, alao Plow mid Wngon Harness, Manufactured and warranted by the reliable firm of W. It. Carton A. Son, whose work stands the teat every time. Prices satisfactory, al trays. Come to see us. Tf'ATJRItS Jb IIAXKY. H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOU. -- 83-l- yr NEWCOMB HOTEL I have received and still receiving - New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, Comprising the best In the market, whlcb will be n, Gotton TJp in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. I. Give file n Trial. ss BOURNE Wall Paper, Eye-"lass- Furniture, Mil s Air-Line- Oases, Gaskets, Bobes. as low as the lowest. e. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices BOURNE'S. B. K. WE.AB.EIiI, Sianford. ;, nt. I V THE CQMUINED 8TALUON, Stnu-SHeeMcSnterior TOR COUGHS misjO Onxy.Jf US Iwmral A LAZY, EFFEMINATE PEOPLE. IN LIGHTER TEIN. STRAY BITS OF FUN GATHERED FROM THE EXCHANGES. Don Carlos' wo AMONG THE SEM1XOLES. PECULIAR MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE REMNANT OF THE TRIBE. A VUlt to nn The Indian Camp-I'Ir- e of Indian Oratorj Nnrri.tlvo of n Hay'a Experience Charms of a Chlefi Voice. Ten years ago the writer spent a year In the peninsula cf southern Florida. In tho lnaceeillo wilds of tho great cverglado region there were then existing two distinct tribes of the great Somlnolo nation of south- ern Indians. The largest tribe was Semlnolo proper, and lived in wlmt Is known all over tho state as "Tho Big Cypress1" n dark swanip stretching across the peninsula near tho northern end of tho overglades. There vrero then several hundred of the warriors of that tribe. Tho smaller trlbo, consisting of somo forty or fifty warriors, staid on a reservation near tho head of Pease creek and tho Llttlo Outhlacoochee river. Tho chief of that tribe was Chipco. One night I had an opportunity of making Chipco's acquaintance at tho llttlo trading post where lived a man named Collins, who acted as govenunent agent. Wo were out nt the little store In tho dusk of the evening, when suddenly two stropping warriors come ridding up to the door, and ea"h throw down bis pack of skin, which ho had brought along to barter for goods. Both grunted out their salutations in broken English, anil seated themselves on a log near tho store, which was located near tha public road, in tho odgo of c. l'ttlo clearing surrounded by tho bound less foreit stretching away for miles and mitos on every hand. While iratching the two savages as they sat insileBQt around their camp lire, I was n llt"nowdeo" at my tlo startled by a elbow, and turning 1 beheld a tall, muscular man, of commanding appearance, with n rather stern countenance and iudescribablo air of a man accustomed to command. It was Chipco. Tho other two roso at the approach of thair chief and saluted him rosjwctfully, saying as few words as possible, and making themselves understood by gestures. Chipco threw down a long buckskin bag ind begun to empty it. What was my surprise to see that the bag contained gophers I There were ten or a dozen of the rough looking old tortoises in the sack, and It must havo weighed between 103 and 150 pounds. Tho old chief spoko a few words to Collins and myself, and then invited us to sake a seat by tho camp lire- - We did so, and then, at a jlgn from tho chief, tho younger of tho two warriors, ho, as Collins told me, was young Tigertul, n son of the noted chief of that name, vrose and liegan to relate tho day's experience in tiii Seminole language. Collins interpreted portions of it in whispers, and I found that it was quite commonplace, but I can never forget the Impression it inado upon mo, delivered hi ths uuuuur peculiar to the race. Tho warrior stood up, straightening himself to his full height, and with arms folded and to detail tho occurrences head erect, he of the day. The moonlight fell on his hand-mfeature?, lringing out every detail of the striking profile, which would havo made deep-voice- d o I" BILKXCE BY THE CAMP FIUK. Tleld Sports In tho House Our Ideal ot Supreme Comfort Cremation. Llttlo by llttlo tho American people are learning to take all their field sports In tho house when the first white frost comeA Croquet was brought into tho parlor ten years ago; then somo lazy villain Invented tho parlor rifle, and all tho targets and rifle ranges wero brought into the house. Then tho ringing steel blades were taken off the skates mid wooden castors substituted, and tho lakv wits moved into tho house and boarded over with xlo, wnlkiug yellow plno. Foot ball, matches, target practice, base ball, cricket, all tho Held sports, havo been taken into the parlor or rink. Tho horse races will bo moved in next. In a llttlo while America will have no earthly use for "out doors," not oven as a plaeo to bo buried in, because, after wo havo fenced in, floored and roofed over this entire continent, shut out the sky and tho air and the sunlight, and havo lighted tho gas nnd stirred up tho dust and breathed the over and over until it can be breathed no longer, it will lx most fitting and proper that wo should crawl Into nco.st iron retort nnd lw shoved into a crematory heated "ono seven times more than was wout to bo heated," and, in dust and noxious vapors nnd gats, clow u, life of gradual incineration. There should bo a law making it a peulten-tlar- y offense for a man to toko part in any gamo Inside a roller rink that can bo played ill tho Meld, in tho pure air and the bright sunlight Physically we are growing to bo a lazy, effeminate pooplo, and unless wo are driven out of the rink, wo will never feel tho turl spring or tho snow crunch under our foe.'. Tho one groat reason why cremation flnds ic ttiueh favor with Amarlcaas is because our ideal of supremo comfort is to bo shut up In a tight box, cloao to a scorching fire, w tth nothing to breathe savo on abjiosphero thai would kill U00 ncres of grass and a wholo forest of trees and flowers. Burdetto in Brooklyn Eagle. HE BEST iff SECOJJf ajsjsfaL & Full Name Familiar Phrase for All IVopIe The Now Girl Kane tha Hell Not Stupid IJWorco In ltunuah "Howell's Titles." boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect health, nnd tho trtto way to Injure henltlt Is to purify your blood with Ayef Sun Mrs. Lllza A. Clough, 31 Arling- $2M$& gBmmim. .- cw This simple llttlo tale, a bit of realism, Is founded on "Howell's Titles:" If not particular as to the chronological writings might jrdor, William Dean Horn-ell'-s bo memorized as follows: At least It would be inly "A Modern Instance," If "Dr. Brwn's Practice" in the uThroo Villages" should lead to "A Chanco Acquaintance" with "The Lady of tho Aroontook;" and if ho should tako upon almself "A Fearful Kosponslbility," "Their Wedding Journey" would bo "A Foregono Contusion;" nfter which they would naturally Jake their "Italian Jounioys" through "Tus-uCities," avoiding "Tlio Garroters" during tho "Indian Summer," in "Tho Parlor Car," or "The Sleeping Oar," of course using aTho Register" nt tho hotel stopping plaous, it each of w hich thay would toko "A Day's I'leasure," They might chanco to moot their frfcnds "Abraham Lincoln," "Rutherford B. Hn)vs," or "CoL Silas Iyqiham." This wrnild ill Ik followed naturally enough by "Veno-!a- n Life," where the "Doctor or tho Lady," sr Iwth, would niako their "Suburban Sketches," and write their "Pojms," or 'Choice Autobiography Essays." All this would but prelude their farewell to earth, via 'The EIoator" to the "Undiscovered Country." Would thissupfiosition bo "A Counterfeit Presentment," or "Out of tho Question I" How-ell- s could it Iwl diaries Dudley Warner in Harper's Magazine. ui ton it., Lowell, Mns., writes: "Kvrry winter nnd spring my family, Including myself, tiso several bottles of Ayer's Kxperlenco 1ms comlnccd me that, ni a powerful jTK WJEI. ! n. it Thliflnecomblnrkl itilllon will mtko wy lUtile, ner Hhplli Cltr, In Cltr snd Knob Lick turnpike road, at thoica-onoflSSO- Lincoln county, on the tjlielbjr Blood purifier, tt Is very much superior to nny other preparation of Snrstipnrllln. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, utul especially delicate children, are sure to bo greatly benefited by Its ue." J. W. Stnrr, I.nconlit, lowa, writes: " For jears I wni troubled w lth complaints. I tried sotcnil dliTeretit preparations, which did mo little, If nny, good. Twa bottles of Aer's S.trnpa-rill- a cflected a complete cure. It Is my opinion th?: this medicine Is tli biit blood $15 tho Season or $20 to Insuro a Oolt. Docrlrtlonnd IVtlgrroSfCond Jewrlliablood bar, with black mantanil tall, IS hand 3 Inches hfih, with lino ity loan J action, llo li S rears old tbli HprlnK, was ilrrd or Ijwl Ciinnlnfham'a Jewell, Imbr tho famous old Waihlngton Denmark. Kitit data Minnie, tir McUo at J' 2d dam by Wrlla' t'ru.sdpr; 3.1 dam br a on of I)avr Crockett; lth dam br a valuable o.disd. Hal-co- ' -t - , die mare, pd)Rrce unknown. Mr. II. C. l'arWn'a Old Minnie, dam ofStcond Jewel, waia prnntiiui animal, from a colt to an aitnl timo. Horaid Jew. el liai been abown twf lime and wore tha lick tlo twenty two tlmci -- tefeld only twice, lie male tf ahowa last a.on at lUnTllIo, llui tonrlllo, Kltkiflllo, Iltchuiondnnd Lexington auj wore ten blue rlbbona. Taaturags will tie furnlthr.1 mares atrwwuMe rat pa. l'arllnit with mares lorMls tli tuturanM. Lten retained on all colli until acrrlM charts ate paid. I wdlaliiatindat thiaaaieaUblM thaflnJitk nty-io11 riJLIiBIN. iin, i SET C tttSoffi mall from HMkiaa ti . l l . 'h T si Purifier Uy." C. L'. I'ptou, N'Hvhtm. K. II., writes: "For a number of jears I was troubled with a humor In my ees, and unable to obtain relief until I commenced using Ayir'i Sarsuparllkt. I hiic taken several bottles, nni greutly benefited, and believe It to bo the of blood purifiers." R. Harris, Ctvcl City, IlaniM-Co., Dakota, write" "I lmve been an Intense sufferer, with I)ypepln, for the past thrco years. Six mouths ago I began of tho wben the At (JNtolnsuroallro colt roll i ralM or iit.rn mrtrd with, lllark Hawk IsaroalMacko jeanoninu opiinn, 11 oiaiiia iDcheahlRh. lie w atrcl Ij Caldwetl'a ounc lllack Hawk, heby Veloclw.lo, hoby Holierl aon'a Hami'ion. BLCK HAWK! money due s . ff (ftlftuU. ie) t mtuwfUt. , J ina rMaf tftvt t. Ail fMfrairltt rell rii xvAtTETlA.TAYtOR.AtlnU,Ot h .'. hh u ni r.nrkHY cukdiil n iMtfpwf Mt CalklMft Ttlhle. rriUbl MI . ij 11 x tbkt lonMOft lint tip- tlilH frlDttr-tht tarir UArnlac eonch. t ntm ff lv flM nftferftnla rrtvp t4 Wn rnnMntl with th ttfellr tnict- in N' mviWft Utof IMtll Still. rr cp f wur Grf rnttjDflta It tr th 8lhr f lb ttrM, (! Htri CBI, Crf l'oth for sale hj Dr. M. L. BOUUKE, BUnfotd he by Imp. Mammoth. Ills dam was byHtlgall'a lllack Ilawk, .t dam waa ratted by, atllea Maxwell and w an Imparted Jck 107-t- f C r.SAMHtMK. Hhelby MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. liY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, Thia Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND Itty.Ky. lst Don "Shut the doorf "I'll take the same as lefore, If you plw." "There's tlmt durnml bill collector coming sgaln. Tell him I'm not in." "This Is n nice timo of night to come home; ain't you ashamed of yourself 1" American I'lipcni Given to I.) Inc. "Excuse me, please; I'm going out for a To any ono u ho reails tho American pa pen moment to wo a man." regularly it is no surprise to couio across tht "Olvo it Just the slightest flavor of nutmeg, most intposteroas statements about Enghsl please," matters gravely cabled as facts. For in t "I'm nfraid I can't sottto that little account stance, during tho hot weather last summei Cull on Monday and I'll tell you people were re(wrtod dying in numbers in tht when to call again." streets of London; when the prince of Wnla "Where in ahem! on earth Is that collar was in Ireland, the Oatllng guns were de button scribed in the streets of Kerry as shooting "By jingo! Here's a letter my wife gavo comtnMita on his speech. down rioters by the hundreds; on tho occa mo to mail three weeks ago". Boston CourThen the other warrior, who was called sion of an unseemly fracas in tho park, reruuumge, and nno was tho rigutiul clnet cently, hill accounts of the most glowing ier. of one of tho jxitty clans of tho Big Cypress She ltnng the llrtl on Time. language between tho (wrsons engaged wen tribe, liegan in the same manner and repeated sent; mid liardly a day ago we reprinted ai "Talking about hired girls," said a north his adventures, which wero similar to the first absurd message atwut tho government hert sidor a.) he tried to look jHensnnt jn a refrigbecauS they had traveled together. Collins pro erator cor, "wo have a dsJUy up at our house. ha ing dstermined on a thorough-goinlfterw&rd told me that this young man had taction iKjliey. She is a now girl I dont know where my been defrauded of hi chieftainship by a poThe fact is that tho corrospondents of thes wifo got hor. I only know that she got her litical rival, and had left the tribo and atogendes, not being in a position to get earlj and that she Ls a daisy green one, Tho first tached himself to Chipco's baud. Information which is more difllcult in Lon day after she come was Sunday, anil wo had THE CADENCES OF INDIA.V ORATORY. some friends for dinner. The girl was told to don than in almost any other great capital When ha had concluded, tho chief himself simply invent it, and, as a consequence, re ring tho bell when the meal was ready. arose. I can see him now as ho stool thero in sponsible correspondents, who really do know Pretty soon we heard a lively ringing at the the moonlight, his manly Conuclad hi a unci on going out what do you supof news as soon as it hi in existence, are con door-Mdress, and his bead poised as proudly sidered sadly slow in competing with the un- pose we found' The new girl shivering on as any knight of old, and the fierce flashing of s scrupulous of the agencies. St. tho porch." " 'Pleoso, sir,' says she, 'I ringed the bell to bis eye as he gazed at the distant lake for an Jitruob' Oazetto. Inst&tft, tho silvery moonlight adding to tho let yoa know that dinner Is ready.'" "Clilcugo irelrdnftM of the scene. He was then alout Herald. Tuprlo Onm nnd Willow Oak. 50 years of age, and the firm mouth, high Considerable attention has leen lately d( brerliioatril and magnlflcent physique of the rected to the commercial and industrial value Getting ft Divorce In Utirniali. man inspired respect In those who came in When a man nnd his wife want to bo diat least prospectively, ol tho tupelo'gum and contact with him. willow oak timbers of Mississippi. After va vorced in Buraiah, each lights a candle, and By tha low. soft volea in which he began I rious and thorough tests tho llrst named hoi then they sit down and look glum till one of understood that he started at the first Mush been pronounced almost as soft and light ai the tapors burns to the socket, tho owner of of dawji, fifty tullos away, near tho shores of cork, and the whitest timber hi the valley. I) tho candlo that holds out the longest getting tho great Okeechobee. His intonation was is extremely light, can not bo split, while at the decree. If that was the style of proced:lsar, Ids enunciation perfect.and tho rythmic the same timo it is very tough, tenacious anl ure in tliis country, what a boom there would melody of his voice reminded mo of tho diswill bear a heavy strain, its various quail tiot bo in tallow. Chicago Ledger. tant sound of n finely toned organ. Slowly rendering it specially voluablo for buckets ae ascended the scale, and I could tell lUndlnc Those Long, Long Paper. and almost all kind) pltchrs, trays, Miss Popular (to Profnrvsnr when th sun roe, by the inexpressible of water vessels, as well as for many othei showing her the paper he is Pfeffer, who is to read before tone of gladness in which his language was purposes. The water or willow oak is said U Scientific club) And you have to read pitched. Higher and higher grow hU voice, bo second only to tho live oak, U almost at the nd the rare chords and cadence could havo hard when seasoned as is the latter, and f oi theseI long, long jiapers,I and before tho audi"siado the fortune of the more cultured I pity the rim and spokes of wheel3 Is alleged U ence How PfefTeryou zat ls no Oh Srothor, could ho have possessed the power to havo no superior, whilo Profescr to much for so pity as to haf inltata them. it Is almost equal to live oak in its flrmnesi per's Magazine. to listen to zo ozzore. HarHo told us how he struck a long dry love, and durability. Tests havo been madu of tht will hw thirsty he became, and bow he crushing capacity of this wood and also ol mart-hohi vain for a pool orrivulotof water its transverse strength, with remarkably fa t'ould Not He Called Stupid. and how he. grew fatigued, and tho gamo bag Esme'alda LongcoTlln I believe, Mf Mcvorahle results, the published data showing snw so, heavy that he bent beneath its that it is d stronger than any white Ginn!, that you think I am a stupid creatweight. How the great drop of prpiration red or black oak, and only lea ure. fathered on his brow, and at last with a Hostetter- - McGinn is Oh, no, nothing of than live oak. Chicago Times. sweep he poluted directly upward, and the kind. Notiody can be called stupid who it tho same time burst into that glad tone can so accurately diviuo the thoughts of anWhy Thay Kmlgrate to America. igaln, which indicate.! that be succeeded in The total wealth of Orcat Britain is estl other as you have done mine. Texas Sitt lading water. HU voice was now pitched in mated at i:i,MO,000,000 or about f 1,34,5 fo ings. its highest key, yet there was no harshness or every individual, man, woman and child, Ic discord in the tones, to jar upon tho intensely T!den's Cleverness at Itf partee. the kingdom. This is said to be &JO0 mon aigh strung nerves of tho interested listener. Mr. Tllden Is quite clever at repartoe. Dor- than such a. division, in the United Btatet There was an instant's pauio, and then I would produce, though nobody dA rnakt helmcr on one occasion said quite boastingly aould observe a slight lowering of his voice as more than a guess at the figures for this coun U) the governor: "My majority as lieutenant tho sun started in its downward course. try. Wealth in the United States Ls mud governor was 5l,4S4, while yours was only Lower and lower it sank as the sun neared better distributed than in Groat Britain. It 50,217." "Yes, but you forget," retorted tbp the horizon line, until, depicting his advengovernor, "that I gave you the 50,000, and the latter country one out of every thirty-l- j tures m the darkness, his voice was almost a residents is registered as a paujMr. With one you got the 1,488 votes." whisper. But the nio.it wonderful thing was tenth of the population of Great Britain en "AH head and tall." Ls the way litUe Jonn- Ibe tone that his rich voiou assumed whoa of gtfjgfd in (vgrieulturri.ono-flft4soribing the rising of the moon. I never England Is held by 633 proprietors, the area ol nlo described a snake. tt igaln expect to hear anything so oxpresstVe of Scotland by 13, and d ot Ireland Idols er a Very Inferior fcaUtr. ss the tones of the chiefs voice, as be depicted by 292. Small wonder, then, thot'those whe An Enrltsh naner savs that tha Hindoos are it; so subtle, so natural, so weird and can do ft em)e KJ,tkk country aiid Uatife' again co, mplaining of the iuf (trior quality of him, tbt I could understand the who dtia' not form land leagtsda al hbtne. Idols furnished them by the Birmingham know a word of IdM.Hot Philadelphia Lodger. manuraoturers. It seems that tbew taaRtt-facturWo )nraa tap when he 'get to have been producinguch uglystylou ftbepj'fef U arrival There vrtnh&t a of IcLoIs.tW even tbe most religious itutloQ Statistics orOnr Oymter riant. Mirvlnnil hiu fiirn4Jin.l 3.TM OOflTitfil nl can't wpniStu them, with, any feryor, t Jtf they are uutds .out pf, seed o'WrIVeV.)ihnuf wWcfi Ip W Dela j and are painted with cheap ware anu luuj umna anna mcroaso in sou knotty, ,tfh Mualeian'e Favorite Gondola. so as to make 17,000,000 bushels. We get minernl pa'lut, which In hot weather copies gondola Is now for sale Ilfrfjard Wagner's $7,500,000 for our export, which in a yeai off when the devotees, kiss them. Tho Hindoo io Venice. It was given at his death, to Is very patient', but It does rilo him when ths sells for f 10,000,000, -B- olUjhoVe Sun. gondolier, fltwHng Ms JavoriU who, point of a. high price gpd stk t his llp. jlf &tJKy IbatMI ireIics,M.tmpoBrr The indioni oWetoM&oMka ths idta of Ulnutngham does not manufacture better kooght by cufhushutlo Wagnerians, hopes Idols there may bo "a- religious revolution in bloodhounds, lo realise a considerable sum by selling such Thay slio6t v being sent In purvult of thorn, India. New York Tribune, tho dogs and eat thsm. Ocean. ae important souvenir. Inter l!isr,PI.-loiTttr beer is to flow from thsteonitar '4ri i iixttini jonr labal sod If The Capitol t Yshingtoi hss cost to urt U our duet. "Owe no n trr"r, u r during the fifth centennial of the msn snjthlog." university. ' date a round ooe hundrisl million kings-nt-nnu- jed voice he Ugan. First he told of the early start he mode, and, by gestures, Indicated t has the sun was Just rising. As ho proceeded his voice rose with tho sun, ind from time to time he raised bis brawny nn and pointed to the quarter of the heavens where tho sun was at the timo tho incident occurred which he was then detailing. I was lost in amazed wonder and admiration, but this was only a prelude. His auditors showed their attentivenesis by occasional grunts, but aot a word was uttered until ho hod completed his tale. At the close he sat down, and the others mildly applauded him by favorable In n. i study for n painter low, sul " Heefeuters." The Queen's rictun-equAfter tho Life guards camo the carriages of tho accompanying state officials, each draw; by four horses, and nftcr them on foot th Boofeaters. Those Boaufetlers or BulTotiors, who with their round paunches and quaint apparel are objects of. much wonder and amusement to tho stranger, are among th last remaining links which bind tho feudal ages to tho present time. They havo at tended on tho porsons of tho kings and queom of England ovor since the reign of Henr) VII. Among their duties they may bo called on to carry dishes to the queen's table, and as late as the reign of Oeorgo III, nt th distribution of the royal alias on Maundj Thursday, one of them is described as bear big upon his head a gold dish containing I'A bags, having seventy-fiv- e pennies in cocl bag, to be (riven uway by the to tho king's poor. They may be employed U take core of tho royal baggago uhenthi court moves from place to place, and som, of them are habitually occupied in showiti j visitors over tho tower of Loudon and It keeping an eye on the regalia. If wo accept tho Darwinian theory thai only the fittest survlce, tho queen s lieoieaten must bo lit indeed, for they have outlivec nearly four centuries, the several dyuosthi which havo oeeupM the throne since tin Tudor tunes, and v on the sound and mean ext to tht ing of their original name. they aw the most pictunsquolj rinod of nil the official' of a magnificent royal state so long established that its begin nings are lat in tho mista of antiquity. Now York World. e The SpanUli Don Carlos, as stated In lato telegraphic dispatches, hss bwued a manlfosto to the Spanish xoplo wuioh is rvgardtl as a lirect bid for the throno. Th San AnUwiki ExptvK says that his claim consists in tho, fact that lib father, Don Juan, was tho brother of Carlos VI, who died without His main strength 1U in tho northIssue. His full name Is Don western provinces. Carlos Maria tlo los Dolores Juan Iodorb Joef Francisco Qtitrino Antonio Miguol Gabriel Rafael de Bourbon, duke of Madrid. When ho visited the United States some years ago tha steamer firemen threw in chunks of it ft r fuel. Possibly Don Carlos is & relative of that traditional Spaniard who was a nobleman of high degree and happonod to bo traveling in France. Arriving at a country hotel In tho mlddla of tho night, he knocked at tho door. Tho landlord protruded Ids head from an upper window and askwl who wax tlwre, "Don Fernando de Cam Rlanca, do Tres Palaeols, de todos Los Santos," etc. , eto. "O, bother I haven't got room for th wholo gang," said thq laiullonl, kinging th--t window and leaving the man w lth the long name out in the culd. Perhaps Don Carlos' long name has sotue-thln- g to do with his being left out in the cold. 1 Carlo' Name and Title. vpIv to use Sarsaparilla It has effected nn riithe cttre, nnd I nm now ns Will as eer.'' Sold by nil Druggists. AYER'S Its Proprietor li Determined that it BhRll be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Pare. Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneits. l'rlco 91; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J.f. Aytr .t Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A Swift's.Spccific la nalure't.own remedy, male from rota galbei -- l Iromllhe forests of (IrorgK ThBtuethfxl by which from the It li mad waa obtained by a half-brcr- d Creek. InJUni who'.lnhabtteJ a certain portion of (ieorgla, which was communicated to one ol the e Uaacaae will conteyel to and fron the fra of charge. Nccrlat arroiaiuoJatl oa to Commercial Tratelrra. Thenar will alwaja aipalled with tae cholctil braada of Llqaora aad Clears. 4 Ague Cure IS WAltRANTED to cure Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chlil Fever, mltteut Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fovcr, Dengue (or "BrenK-bone- " I'vcr), Liver Comjilalnt, nnd all diseases arising from Malarial pobous. AYER'S O. & M. A MISSISSIPPI Texas Sittings. Familiar l'tinnes for All 1'eoplr. A Bonton literateur conteiiiplatot the compilation of a dictionary ot faimliir phrases. Wo tnist ho won't overlook the following: "Let's go round the corner and KiithtnV tk "Harpers, S. C July 9, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suffered with Chills and Fcvor, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. I hand-r- d early aottlen, atid.thui the formula has B. cut down to ths present day. The method ofanittacture twenty yrara wl(t, ono of the prrecnl ptoprl Ko. t'T Mr. C. T. The direct through line and old olabllibed route gradually lacrrutna; etors. The demand baa (reta until a 1180,000 laboratory l w tcreeury toaup. Lonisvillo & Cincinuati to St. Lonii tJy tb trails. A UtUttin dataaad ha brt-- created and all point! in the Wcit. IU ha newwry lowwl It and enlarjislUcllltlM Twa (1) Ially 1 ralm from Loulirslle to Hi I.oult Tbla great TareotJ) Dally TralM Inw Itcclnnatl t'l.--t. Uwli. Only to Untli-- trim l.ulullle CliclBbiU tn H be Vegetable Blood Purifier I Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, I.'czouin, III cerx, Ulictttnittifiin, Jtlood Taint, lUrtdllary er other Ik, without the cury or i'otasa. Hooka on "CVMiUjfotH Tho Only Lino by which you can got a ThrouRh SleopitiR Car From CI Del ml I to St. lot. txila. at Unit. Dr. J. C. FDTTLY XA7ilEX." rnnrAitni) by Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mosa, uae el Mer- IUo.l 1'elion" and "lltnoJ and dndnnatl Iu miJeupofarmuMo.tluu tost A Thfi O fo lVT only Hoerunnlng .. allot k , 'K ufiwall Kallwavr rcM.lt, ..i i.j.. Sold by all Druggists. and Skin Dlieawa" walleil free. For aale by all druintlit. K. V. 187 Th.Ohlo Mlnl.t.H run. I'.latlal Hay Coach, TIIK HWIIT SPECIFIC CO., ?3J St. lrawer 1. Atlanta, (la. li laraondayta trains; Mwant on all U'.'.?.!.!,e,,n c,OBBtlr.sr with dlrwijlBic llmsi tralui. to-da- r g semi-sava- i, news-maker- pro-:ise- ly s, g It Is .1 medicinal preparation, and, at tho snmo time, nn elegant nn 1 cleanly tolK t Is healtharticle. Its action upon (he ful. It noui Ishci the glands w hich tupport tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to be como thick, soft, atidlgorous. It restores tho color of youth to locks which have becomo faded with ago or disease; nnd relieves nnd cures Itching, caused by humors of tho calp. Dr. George Gray, Xanh.ua, X. II., writes: "It gives jno pleaturc to testify to tho wonderful effect i produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ilcnewer, as observed by mo In very many cases.' fr wif.r. cnitTAisiA' itnsTOitn Tim itAiit io it? omoi.VAi. cor.oit. It cleanses the head of dandruff, and Ieaci tho hair soft, glossy, nnd beautiful." F. T. S.mdlieln, 1010 Spruce M., Philadelphia, P.i., writes: "After tmavalllngly trying a number ot preparations to prevent my hair from fulling out, nnd, realizing that I wns fast becoming bnld, I tiled, as .1 last resort, Hall's Hnlr Jlencwrr. I havo used only four bottles of tho ltruewer, nnd am perfertly satisfied that It Is tho besi preparation in tho market for chocking tho f.illlir; out of hair, luvlgorathr Iho hair roots, and a now growth." HALL'S HAIR BENEWEB. VoRotablo Sicilian LUMBER! jjioitou iriuo Piooriug, Ceiling, TTtftthoi Boards, Finhhinf; Lumber, Oreen Lumber in the Rough, including Latha and Shingles. KortbeconTetilenceof our customer! in btan-for- d and ilclnlly we hare arranecl with 4)ro, JO. UVdrril to kw p on hla yarda an aiaortiaent oi our LmntxT, where they ran gt It aa cheap aa from ui direct, lie will alxi make rattinatee for any bllla not n handa, which wo will All on abort notice, SlKliVlS .- - It A VtH. Lily, Kj. Si-C- m hy thetl. A M. thut arofdlnj; Irohleawue trane- fell br olbir rotiL-- i The Ohio A Mif.l.P Hallwar ! lh. nnl lln. Uitween Loulatlile, Clnelnnatl and rt. Uuii umler one maua.-tueti- I'lnTi JUIIway, nude In ONION tuonlin; all ta trains throtifb aotld and In cwn iroiw li rcc.ia..4 I'ti.t CiM iwti. lw twet n tboe Cltlea t, Apidy to ticket Agents of connecting linos for lull irtliulara as to rates, llm. ,.,.i.. rir,,.i... or any doslrc--l loforiualloD, or write to bum ii ruujiA.i, 'l 0.aU h'y. w... ..... W.M VKAUOUY. W.II.SIIATTUC,' frra. and (Jen'l .fan'r, Ueu Tau. Az't, Cincinnati, O. T'".ri. i HBIKIUjHI Bill KciKlic'loN ItoiKu -- Bl. 1 'il For Hard Times, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL EitMt ro WaBhington, PhtladolphlR Now York. The only line running nnd l'' ',s DEMOREST,S- ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY FUMallAX NKW SLEEl'INU AX1 CAIUJ A SOLID TRAIN Louisyille, Oinoinnati k Lexinffton. to Washington Oity, Connecting In the aaiob depot with MAGAZINE' With Twelve Cut Paper Palttrni of jour cwn election and of any ilia. rot Kt.. BOTH PUBLICATIOTIS, Past Trains for Now York. ThnDlreallouteto Lyncbburj, DadTllle, Nor lot k and all Virginia and North Carolina 1'olnu. Kortlckela and further Inlormatlon. annly to yournearoettlcaetomceor addrnai W, W. Monroe, Dlr. Freight and raatcnger Aent, Loainlon ONE YEAR, $3.50 (THREE FIFTY), Buckingham's Dye ron iitr. one-thir- fTtONTAININO Storlei, Poemi and ether llteran attractions, combining Artntio, Sclentida and lEMOREST'S THE BEST Of all tho Magazlnos. P Each Ifnjriulnii Ky. Oen'l Manager, Oeo'l faas'r Ac1!. lilchmond. Virginia. ma-fMt- lc WHISKERS commends Itself to nil who li.no occasion to IKO u dye for tho beard or mustacho. It will chango gray, faded, or saudy whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black, in desired. Tho colors produced nro natural nnd lasting. It cannot bo washed off, cohtuins no destructive Ingredients, Is llousaheld matters. JtlUMtratetl xrllh ing; I'hntngruvurt; Oil I'lrturtt fine H'ooiOhis. cheap. afc, convenient to mo, nnd I'KKPAIICD DY effectual. n. F. HALL It, CO., Haihua, N. H., V. S. A. Sold by nil dealers In medicines. cotitnlm n COUTON to tlio Fclcctloa of ANV 1'ATTKll.V lllustrntcU In thut uuuibor, and In ANY HIZR. DKMOmWT'.S MONinfA ls Juftlr cntltlcsl th World's Model Mntrnzlnoi Tlio Lnnfcgt In Kiirm. tho Larircst In (Irculiitlpn. ond tue bunt TWO Wollnr Jnuly Mniriuitio ImucaI. 18M wiU tM) tho Twonty-Roeont- l yrar of Its jmbllrntloni o cxtrna rly it Is continually tlio front rank of Family u to pluoo It InImproved nnd inRvazlno. It I'eriodlcalH. nnd equal to any contain 73 paired. lanro. quarto, Ss JCllH Inrbca, eloirantly prlntod ami fully llltiFtrited. by W. Jeunlnija Ucmortat, Neyr Vork, OftDKK. otitltllnif tho holilor put-liah- tf Orl(hinl Sterl Engrar iitid vtnkhm It thr Model jUVmI;ip of Amrrlcn. Louisville L.&N: & NaBhville R. R. TUB ORKAT TO THROUGH TRUNK LINE Till SOUTH & WEST -- with- h AND By SPECIAL AGREEMENT WITH THE COMBINED Pullman Palace Sleepers, IiOIlfflVllae (O one-fotrr- one-tiir- $ Money Interior Journal at $3,50 Per Year, mabei cm miist &o $ 41S NltrsiirlllC, er XVllffMM (.tt w I'M fr dtf tm. A(!hu(a, MenigoHiory, . "BIV6UA3' A4 HrmtSrn trvmUl, Mobile Hrid New OrlcHBa. . lUIoBck, pro-ove- r,, croas-gpoiaa- d, Wmwlmi rT'TJI ,:E2tri2rier7r3 BaaLlB' is 1 Did yoti SujJ'-- Only one change to polnta In MV t rw... . V. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Boeklng horuci on the line of . A - 'Jrm r. ' Avor-y Qrfy?&j? .. i " pose Mustang Lihimdnt only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesli. i .). .,. .".1 .i..a ,. , , "- - , '"So " " ' Agenu of thl Company w. rpedal rates: tbli rttid will receive lor ratce, route ,. r. atmobii (1. P. 4 T.Am