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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886032601 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. Setro VOL. XIV. gtro-88tttM- III tifefiot lonftmL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1886. GEO. O. BARNES. jl 9t0rf u NO. 110, 109-li- n LETTER FROM HARRODSBURO ing by the extent nf tho ruiu. The presTpOIt BALI?. One thoroughbred red Dull, 23 ? old. Alio 9 high grade yearling Bteers ent city is tho handsome! in the NorthW. E. Amou, Stanford, Xy. John B. Thompson, of the "Old Fort west and must ever be a most important Springs" dUUIIery, snld several thousand 'Fraiao the Lord. God is Lovo and Noth- - centre, with a people who hold with such barnl nf whisky lo St Liul partlec this Vnbtlshctl TtivmluuH aitti FrltUtv -- AT tenacity to tho legends of the pest. ins Elso." week FBOSI a l'KUAMNUMt OAH1I. I am weary of describing this decayed Messrs. ('jar ATabler, of the SouthfRYAl-BJS,'N. POTTS & CO.. W grandeur, and will therefore pass hastily western Railway Company, are erecting a rCONTINUEl) FllOM LA8r I83UE. - - IJICHMONI), KY. BONANZA MILLS, understood If we credit that 11.80 will bo Delhi, N. V. P. India, Jan. 22J, 1880. over what wo saw, without wearlncfs, how large tobacco factory and will soon begin to and demanded, hare a new Fatent Procea Mill and make Ther I'lour, which they sell at tottoid price. Dran lNTrmoit:- -I could not but great- ever. Nny, the intense interest deepened manufacture a'l kind of smoking and Mr. J, J), jriltchel I travels for them la this ly admire the tangfroiil with which the el- with every step we took. For this Moghul chewing lobarcm section and would le glad to atrre his old frlendt P. WALTON. W. ) and many new ones. lUv Charles H. Oiton, of the Chris-tia- n egantly drumod Brilirh cfficcru went quiet- empire his a fascination about it, all it church, has resigned, in contemplation ly through it all, es if on fair weather drew owu. And it Is doubled and quadrupled RON GREEN R KELLER. n parade, taking the utter rain of their su- for mo slnco I eurpected first who they of a trip to E irnpe in the epring. Mr. ha filled lh pulpit of that church for perb uniforms as if getting a new suit wh were. Dcilrlcg tocbango my residence, I offer for tale The fort la consplcuoui for its two most several year and leave a vacancy not cati nothing to them; though I am sure in ma. My Beautiful Suburban Home, ny cases it was a eore trial to temper and a eupcrb gateways toseo which is to under- ly filled. siguifioince of the scripture, "He There nro five or lx applicants for the With 10 Acre of Land attached, 1 milo west of sad drain on the depleted purse. But noth- stand the Lancaater. The house la good, ao are the shall posses tho galea of his enemies." potfifflce here. They all eeem to think ing of this cime to the surfaco, and the tbern li a good orchard, Ac. Terms epual to cash. Addrcaime at Lancaster, Lock box 30. element of the Britixh charac- They stand for the fortres behind them. they are sure of the appointment. Messrs. rvjj 103-- lt It. 11. AOKL. ter came grandly out To see the Governor Their pone wlon menu the cocqnect of nil II. C Wood end Thomas Farnaworth are in their rear. Theie old builders "laid both in Washington City on business rcla General, conspicuous among the brilliant To ihe Ladies uniforms, hi aimplo black frock coat, gray themeclves oin" on giteways, whether to live to that office. Hustonville The Commercial Hotel has changd AND VICINITY. troue r and .ilk hat, titling unmoved upon fortress or tombs. Great, square, marslve his handsame Eigliah hunter, and looking palaces they are, only pierced from side to management. Mr. Soo 0ens, of Huston-villHaving decided to tnako Loulsrlllo my futuro home, I bare transferred to Mrs. Mollle T. Wilhas lejsed it for a number of yearB with apparent interest cu the panting btttal sldo with arched entrances, with dome in liams my entlro Millinery business at this place. ions, while the rain drenched him to the the centre between. Sandstone, inlaid with He is the proprietor of tbe I will forward t her from time during the coming all the a skin and he not long oil a rick bed wait n white black and gray marble and rur watering place, Cumberland Falls, and no This powder nerrr varies. A marril ol purity, season shown on latest ktuiVH Iand Xovcl-tlt-of tho markets, and assure all More economical atrength and wholcsomeneas. my old IrUnds and customers Entire Katltfactlon by a lovoly row of diminutive doubt understands running a hotel. mounted sight not to be forgotten. than the ordinary kind., and can not ba told In at her hands. IloepecHully, JIACH. LCGAX. A stock company has been orgtn'ztd mmntltlAn with the Multitude of low teat, ahort At lart, without confution or hmte, the white marble cupolas, tipped with glided weight alum or phosphate powders. Bold only In My stock during the coming aeason will be much KoriL Djkiko Pownxn Co., affair closed, almost according to pro- spire, is a most pleasing combination to to build a S20.000 opera houe. The lower caci. 106 Wall titrett, II. Y. larger thau ever shown on this market. I will We are indebted to the Frankfort Qjjh' graming only one maoouvre pimply impos the eye, artistic or uneducated. story will be occupied at business houses. hares full HneofSnrlDgGoods tho Jl rut icccfc fa for the above cut of Hon. Oreen H Kel' sible in deep mud being omitted, Then the Within, the palace buildings are like The main entrance will be ou Main street In Altrll. I will beaislsted by au experienced I and expert City Trimmer dnrlng the entlro seaof the Lower Houre Viceroy ler, tbe rireecnt Clerk thoeeat Azra. indescribable even in the and another on Lexington street, so that in son. Thanking my lrlenda for past faTors I kindmoved away from his post, deliber g A nice saddle Stallion, 3 years old, by On Time. ly ask a continuance and Guarantee Satisfaction of the Genual Assembly, end for tne loiiow-la- ately; the officer and troopi departed from faded beauty of what is left. A gem of a cae of fire it will be the safest one in KenIn style, quality and price. Very Truly Yours, l(2.1tu li'. Is. ItAWHOX. iw-4- t biograjiulcal sketch: of private chapel for tucky. iirn. jioisisW'i: trii.isiASis. the field with tu nppearanco of undignified little tnorque, a sort county, Ky., He was born in Rirrlson Mr. James T. Cook, one of our young royalty, in purest white marble throughhaste, and a bloodless victory was won by in 1817, Lost hU father at the ece of (We that eorely-trl- td Valuable Mill Property for Sale army that impressed me out, an amizing suite of marble and inlaid druggists, after visiting one of Hustonville'e years, nod wa sent to Biurbon county to ten fold more with lasting admiration than bathroomf; the public and private audi- beauties, went to his laboratory and preTen Stacks of Hay and 100 barrels of Corn, near property Hustonville Flouring Moreland. J. 31. CAUTKU, Mtlledgevllle. The Mills will known as the ssle to tbe hlghtst Knllsted In the live with h!a grandmother bo ollorcd for the Gnest gala exhibition utu'er favorable ence hallo, grandly wrought in design and pared for chapped lips something which he and but bidder, on fifteen, wan Confederate nrmj i the (C "' the Solomon of calls "Dollie" and which is pronounced an circumstances could poedbly have effected' finith, a only Shah-Jeha- n, H. K. TAYJLOB, and with Morgan on hi raid In Indian Saturday, April 10th, 1880. The break-u- p of tho spectators, however, hie dynasty, could build; all these in more excellent remedy for that great trouble. AN COUN TY. la a CandMsto for the office LOO Onto, being rap ure.1 in tho latter Slate tad made up in its wild confusion for all tbe or less perfectly preserved condition, with We don't know what it is made of or wbat Of Superintendent of I'uMIc Instruction, aubj ct This property Is new, commodlously located at of UustonTllle, Lincoln county, Ky., In a fine farmto ins Democratic BiatouonTenuon. becoming a Government boarder for some wonderful exhibition of pluck and endur the rertglio apartments, rich in perforated suggested tbe idea. ing region: runs two sets of flour burrs and one months. He If arord the printing buttnest ance just witnessed Tho whole plain was marble screens, and facing the river; these Mr. George Gaine, an old citizen of sot corn do.; Is furnished with ample machinOB. W. B. PENNY, ery and the later appliances and Is capable of In the old Covington Journal office; waa a a quagmire; the carriages this place and perhaps the largest man in doing Urge and excelfent work. "drave htvivily;" delight tho curious eye of the tourist. Dontlst, The tale will tie positive. Terms msdo known few year later lb- - editor of the Uyntbiana nesrly all the vehie'e apartment, the Davan 8TANFOBDD, KY. the county, died last Friday of pneumonia In oat wtru overloaded to on day cf sale. Offlee on Lancaster street, next door to InTB- Democrat, and I lien of the 11 juibon San', was begin will; the wretched, ovcrwurktd hors (private audience ball) is a platform of and wbj buried 8duday. A coffin large ?r. IT. H3IITH, office. Offico hours from 8 to 1st a. 102 td President Hustonville Mill Co. elected to the L iUture In 8u, re olect e declined to meet the rmergencj; the oc- whlto marble, with iU mutilated inscrip enough could not ba found in town and one riok Journal u. Anesthetics administered wher M.and 1 to Sr. I15t-ljrel In lbTH. and undo Cierk ol the House cupant of the various turnout were in de- tion in Persian still legible, written in the had ti be ordered from the city. Jasper necessary. version. He at the beginning of tbe present jcjcis HuyirnAN, spair, and five mlleJ lay between us and exquisite flawing character that exceeds all N. Shewmnker died at hie residence en KENTUCKY H. fl la now owner o' the Cirli'lc Mtreury, a Delhi, with much mud to or erpn-- before a other letters In mere graceful beauty. Cnilrs street Tuesday morning of coneump religious weeklT, a id a its editor Rives full pukka (macadm z"d) roid oould be reachThe wordi are familiar to the readers of tion. He was a good citizen and a chris"ISInc-QrttK- fl 6TANFORD, KY. Ronic." .way to tt.oe eminent Carltllau virtues ed in any direction. It was a fine opportu. Moore's captivating porm, "Lala Ibokh:" tian and has gone to the reward prepared Once South side Main Htreet, two doors abova tho Myers Hotel: and iiriv ate life nity to dieplay patience which mark him in public ast, hamin for him above. aud endurance, but "Agar Farduie Pare Nitrons Ozlde Oss administered when re- Shortest and Quickest Eouto from Oon quired. Od Monday night I had the pleasure the army seemed to have monopolized those rut, bamln ut, hamin aal" or, ''If there be tral Kentucky to all Fomt8 North, LEE. ELLA East, We3t and Southwest. amiable virtue and left none for tbe eptc n piradue on earth, it is this, it is this, it is of witues!ng the new comic opera called Wtmebl.lL- - EluW "Amor," presented in Caenowetb Hall. this." PIANOS AND ORGANS. Fast Line Between Uton of tho review. How mtny elegant Howl ieuilMJUrrhlMliU ijltet. On thii platform etood the famou "Pea- This is the production of two young dreses were spoiled, as the imperfectly latat aJ atry, Miwel li.ru'.! CJLVCJLVNA TI Messrs. a ILA L.J. Cook are Agents for tbe X.EXISOTOX Prof. L. C. Walter composing the John Church A Co. Pianos an t Organs, which emMIm.1 tbedsrllBgllltlt '!'? protected hdies cjwrred under umbrella cock Throne," variously estimated as worth Schedule In Effect Oct. 11. 1SSS. brace ihe following most excellent Instruments.Mii was ntiubUai a fawn, and blankets, while tbe tuercile's rain from five to thirty million of dollars. For mutlc and Henry Cleveland Wood writing Knabe A Co., Uazelton Bros., Decker A Son and LoTely M tlM blU U ( JTB. tbe benefit of the ladie I transcribe a de- the libretto The one composition is orig-na- l, Ererett Pianos. Also, Clough A Warren and the poured; bow many tempers were lot and No. 6, "HoTT No. li ibe rtll Al1 tier v. If John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments 8onrn-B"jMtuneful and plevlng; the other witty, are most excellent In tone, of great durability and Trickling down the grassy bill. oaths venlei by the cxt'peratod ccntlemen, scription from a guldo book: Ex. Sun. Dally Ex. 8un. co-petition. All them we Where li sin I've wiaied her . "Tho Peacock Trone was so ctllcJ from sparkling and bright. The?e gentlemen for defy years. References: of A. It. are warranted who couldn't got drivers to drive or horees Penny, Mrs. Lre. Corlngton ...... 8 10 am 8 10 pm 2 00 pm five rjurtiy Mm. on. Wight lolftew. its havicg the figure of two peacocks have taken an entirely new departure and E. M. Carbenter. J. M. Philips. J. 21. Moore and " Falmouth 0 53 a m 9 2 Si pm to pull; and haw they all got to the city at Maggie Holmes, James Ueailey, Stanford; Mra. V9 p n " CynthUna.... 11 02 am 10 3ipm 4 37 p m 1 bavecstledber Id th rrewd, ll, I decline to narrate. Lsl charity V cur standing behind it, with their tails expand have charmingly util'zd a romantic field Crab Orchard: Oen. W. J. Landram and Miss Liz-zt- o Arr. raris, 11 40 am 11 00 p m 6 IS pm Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. Called btr soft aftd rltlol hir leud. Lexington 6 17 pm il'i i7 pra tain fall upon the scene of rout and confu-.io- ed and tho whole bo inlaid with sapphires, never before worked for the operatic stage. l n.l railed berwet CalKM her '11 15 am 11 03 p nil 5 25 p m Lre. Pari. and diamond", with I underrftr.nl that one of the moet comperuined silk and ruptured tempers. rubies, emeralds, pearls Bad on the strit. In th bout Arr. Wlnchoator.n12 SO ptu.U 40 p m 6 10 p m. 7 25 pa 2 00 pm " Richmond We trusted the LORD and he carried us other preciou atones nf appropriate colors tent critics of the day ha pronounced it Yet the dor oat tfm 10 har 11 6 13 pml . Lancaster Though 1 recall! he fr and ntr, through victorious. It didn't seem to occur as to represent lifo. The throne itself was the best production in the comic opera l'ne " Rowland G0ipiu JIT. VERNON, KY. ' ! Tl fM1F Innrr li .' Hark t bear a btsek bird's eel, tinr1 ofr.ny A.uiericiti cumposer, and many who frl Lre, Ulchmoud.....! 2 05 pm ... to tnoet of the others that there wss any re and he wran a brand w s j p mi .. n Hotel Is still main- Arr. Korea- .Tblsold and six massive feet, which with the body, were witnessed its production say it surpasses Hut In that direction. " Lltlngston .. 6 00am.., word bt bilriji burrJy torn sweet of solid gold, inlaid with rubies, emerald the Mikado. Although presented by an taining its fine reputation, Charge reasonable. Delhi, being one of the oldest imperial On hit Iridescent wlogt, 8pcclal attention to the traveling public. North-BounNo. 11 No.1 No.S cities in India, abounds in relics, ruined or and diamonds It was surmounted by h can- amateur troupe the performance was high31. P. XEWCOStn, Pro'r, tne hill him by this tree, Vernon, Ky. gold, supported by twelve golden ly creditable. Especial honor is due Misses Mt. well preserved, of her ancient history. It opy of Listen' Now he sings tome. 8 00 am ............;.. Lve. Livingston .... TrlU m In hi. hount war ii a little singular that the main Arterial pillars, all richly emblazoned with costly Hannah Oibb, Hattie Stephenson, Minnie ....110 22 am ..... " Berea darling's gone awa . ... .........Ill 45 a m Arr. Richmond That our 1 railway -- the 13 I R. (Eut Indian Rail- - gems, while a fringe of pearls ornamented Dinwiddle and Nancis Alexander. Miss 7 IS ami Tar, so fir awajr alia rosms Lve. Rowland ...- -. M way) -e- lape antiquated grandeur in the face tbe borders of tbe canopy." And there is Glbbs a Anita was piquant, graceful and 8 05am Lancaster Into other hearts and hemes, 11 00 am man at Arr. Richmond by contemptuously pasting tbe three most much more that I must leave uncopied, for charmlnc; Prof. Walter as Walter Wood, Doyou know Bourne, the Abl the buldloe little flower I 6 05 a m 1 25 p ml Sweetens eirry empty hour venerable cities of the great peninsula with- what is the use of taking too much time in made a capital artist lover, and Mr. L. D. the new Drug StoreT If not, lose no lime In mak- Lve. Richmond 7 05 a ml 2 25 a m Arr. Winchester Making earth a droaui of bliss Arr Paris............. 8 (8 a m 3 25 a m touching them, just because they hap- reproducing that of which not a vestige Cardwell acted and sang bis role exceeding ing his acquaintance. out Ho Is polite, accommodating, and tells his 'goods Ur thetnsgleofherUss 7 25 t at 2 40 p ml 4 20 pm Lexington . pened to be c.fl the air line. Benarcj, Agra now remain? Nadir Saab, tho victorious ly well; Mr. II C. Wood in his double ren- lower than tho lowest. Hebasjustrectlvod a now Lve. Pari -, 8 20 a El 5 80 p ml 5 20 pm Lve asThou j h lb. fled like a sunbosm, plundered this palace, broke up dition of the "seedy artist" and "Elder 8 53 a m 3 53 p ml 5 54 pm " Cynthlana. and D.dbi are all reached by short, insig- Persian, cargo of Paints for tho Spring trado, a splendid ' Falmouth... 9 55'a m 4 46 p ml 6 57 pm HUH I bold a treasured dream played the parts to the infinite sortment of Lendreth's Seeds in bulk, the Celebranificant sidings of tho main road. I don't the throne and carried it off, with other 11 SO a ml 6 00 p in 8 45 pm Arr. Covington dar Andwereahetotrlpto amusement of the audience and brought ted LeMare's Rock Crystal Spectacles and know a more significant encounter between loot, footing up the modest eum of SO.OOO,-00In her ssy childish way DruiaUta' Sundries. Surgical Instru sterling! What a mighty robber he don the house every time. Miss Dollie ments, Musical Goods, Show Caso Artltlee, and a MATSVILLE BKA.NCII. To th. play ground ol uiy hurt "lut and Present" than tbh; unless It may Cblldbood'a gate would fly tprt, be what I have noticed with wonder since was, to beeunl How many have gone to Williamr, who is a lovely young ltdyand & TToT61, "No. 63." And ih.'d find thTloll'ifate Nostii-BoukDally Dally my return to India, the introduction of the penitentiary for stealing much less. most accomplished pianist, rendered the A Full Line of Drugs, Patent MediBalling itlll In tnemory'i vase, Ex. Bun. Ex. Bun. n and brilChemicals. skill cines and springs to theekka (one-honative car- But let ut leave tbe Fort. Ever in Jesus, music with her spring time tod dress and fresh the 2 00 pra Lve Covington...., G.C.K. liancy. Geo. O. BAiiNEa riage) and a revision, in even the frame That h.rdalntr feet bad trod. you want to marAt for TolletiArtlcloe-welV- .tf 7 25 a m 4 20 pm " Lexington Katydid. " Pari 3 20 a m 5 25 pm work, of that antiquated vehicle. If there ry, go Immcdlatelyto To the Editor ot Ihs Interior Journal. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 8 47 am 5 43 pm ArrMlllersburg.... Stanford, Ky., March 2tb,'8o. waa one thing in the country I thought a 9 03 a m 6 10 pm " Carlisle Mt. Vernon, Ky , March 23. You no Tbe best Salve In the world for Cuts. Bruises pretty Ilnea wrro written by Mrs. (Tbe above to 08 a m 7 07 pm " Johnson Little Ella crystalitcd institution, it waathookka. But doubt misapprehended the appointment of Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped 10 50 a m 7 50 pm " Maysvllle J. I. McKlnnty on the departure of Va.) Opposite tbe Myers House, Stanford, Ky aUSkln Eruptions, Richmond, it I It too, li being transformed by tbe rest-le- William and Frank Reppert to Rovernment Hands, Chilblains, Corns and no pay required. I, I.M Vaugban to her home In No. 64 No. 61 positively cures Plies, or Dally Dally spirit of progress that has Invaded this positions and thereby do the Hon M. J. and Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money Ex. Bun. Ex. Ban Herald The venerable moth". fossilized land and people, Yes, RICHMOND India is Durham injustice. Theso two young men refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by tho 5 45 a m 2 45 pm Lve MsTsrllle-..- ., er of Hon W. T. Tevi died at moving, and this 'otraw shown which way both secured their positions under the civil Penny A McAlIster. 6 27 a m 3 23 p m " Johnson of her mn-l- n law, Col. Ohrisman, the wind blows " 7 26 a m 4 25 p m Carlisle service rules, where tbe chief of any de Interesting Experiences. Saturday night. Snow 7 48 a m 4 47 pm Mtllersburg. in Klrkvil', Delhi, liko Asra, her sister capita', lies partmrnt can hardly bs said to appoint, but 8 15 a m 5 15 p m Hiram Cameron, Furnlturo Dealer of Columbus, Arr Paris depth of an inch and ft. half at ou the Jumna and tbe approach by rail 9 10am 6 10pm " Lexington fell to t' only has power to select irnrn . a limited Ga., tells bis experience thus: "For three years 11 30 a m 815 pra " Cnlugton waa a the f.xM of Big Hill Sunday. It across the river is singularly alike in both. number of names presented to him. It so have tried every remedy on the market for StomMitchell, for no relief, ungot blizxtrdv day here Jme A great, frowning red sandstone fortress liapittned that whan the present admlnis ach and Kidney Disorders, but Notx. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between August til I used Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and Lexington and Covington; other tralnr the murder of William Ilaler at be confronts one at each place, bearing marks tration come into power very few Kenluck. am now cured, and think Electric Bltters tbe best aru dally except Sunday. plven 21 year in the .: isqi -- i Direct conn ctlonsare made at Winchester with cf being built under similar aupicea and ians held positions under ciril service, and Bio! Purifier In the world." Major A. B. Reed, Chesapeako A Ohio for Mt. Bterllng, Ashland. As he la 51 years old now, by tbe same dynasty, though West Liberty, Ky, used Electrlo Bitters for an ptBitentiary Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern citffsMJtall'' statttHl C"sjL I r.V' JnTtt"'' not by the Kentucky's quoto was far in arrears, ii6nce, of Five of affection and says: "Noth ies. the eenieore li il tlvalent to life. ame hands, Akbar built tbe Agra fort if a Kintucklan and especially a democrat old standing Kidney so much .good as Electric "& ViBj WsaisBrVftitJfc!rj. """QVfE3p UHfleV Fast Line.- - Not. 8 and 4 run via Winchester, bBssHuLSTICX' HsbLS & ltsaaHl luff has erer done ma tbe death penalty. Sir and Shah Jebin, hit grandson, that of DelSolid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betweea th jury rjtato can pass the examinations Bitters." Bold at 80 cents a bottle by Penny A from this Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester en eentto tbe penitentiary hi. Finding the aummer heats of person and Washington, D. C. the for- and be reported among-- the highest four un- McAlIster. Through tickets and baggage checked to any court. A large slock of the 83 far thi mer too violent, and doubtleta also for po- der any division, he has a Rood show for destination reached by a railroad . Discovery. A Captain's Fortunate near Paint barnbeloiuirgtaDr-Rimsey- , W. H. WHITTLESEY, B.F.D.M0R3E, litical reasons, 8hah Jehan removed his appointment. More especially may thii be Paasenger Agent, TraT. Pass. Agent, about 8 Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Lick, burned on the 18th Inst , Lexington, Ky Covington, Ky. capital tu the more northern city, but hi expectrd under Mr. Durham, himself a Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with and one horse W.SMITlf, H. W. FULLER, C. o'clock. One yoke of cattle ambi ion waa not satisfied with restoring Kentucklan. Hedged in by these condiOeperal Manager. At a cough to that be was unable to sleep, and was 0p. a large amount wero burneJ, together wlh old Delhi to its pristine grandeur. He tions it is plain whv Mr. Durham acted aa induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-f, well fti nearly all gave him Instant rails of corn and other feed, as planned a new city, largely built of the ma he did, whereas If given personal prefer- sumption. It not only hla li. f..mtnr ImDlemenU. 8eferal!llhead teriala of the old and called it after bis own ences and free ranee he might not have se- but allayed the extreme soreness In and abreast. .i single Ills children wre similarly aQected burned but "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." ofcaltlewere badly name Shah-Jeh- an Abad. After his death, lected even one, much leu two, from the dose bad tbe same happy effect. Dr. King's New Tho Orlclnnl and Only eiitiim. ' Discovery Is now tbe standard remedy In the N u4sli;i BtlUMt. however, the S. R. BtnrwrtHleM IwlutUM. name of the fauiilv alluded to J Iiilliveaitklt to LADIES- - Ask jour Kri:uUl Ut Coltmau household and on board tbe schooner. op toe Last DrcADr. abandoned city came back upon his thr,er ftrinufe. HChlkMtti'aKasUaltii Ult tif return m!L Famoos PnRAsia did not refer to the appointments in Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at newer (V u br rwtKilws lillsr dual) M PAPER- - CklckMlcrClirmUnl C., NAME construction, and still clioge to it. The a cap'ious rense at all, but merely to show Penny A McAUster'a Drug Btore. "UBufrocf'- -S J. Tilden. I'MUdn.,!. Mdl frr Thlrht. erection of a magnificent fort one and one- - the estimation in which the "boja" were "Bright fanlight of publlclty"-Man- ton SsMkr Dracsrlota eresrwheiw. Positive Cure for Piles. 1'eanjrral 111U. Tt iwi let's ' fourth miles in circumference, of a superb held Eo) Marble. To the peopled this county we would say that Hun. Marchlal's morque the largest in India, and perhaps "Turn the rascals oul"-T- be BUILOH'a CATARR.il REUEDY- -a positive we have been given the Agincyof Dr. guaranteed "BobesonUm" --Tbe Suo. In the world of grand palace buildings, cure for CaUrrh, Diphtheria aud Canker Mouth. Italian Pile to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Goddeue of Reform"-ne- nry 8tar-eTerivaling tbe gorgtousneu of those at Agrs; For sale at M. L. Bourne's. Blind Bleeding or Itching Pllss. Price 50c a box. Can Bt Done ? rtfiat and finally of the finest bazar in the counWaltetaon. many For tale by Penny A McAlIster, Druggists. v. ." try, a mile in length, facing the fort and By trying again and keeping up courage "8Ua,',lWeakne-r-im- . The Bucket Pump & Water is things seemingly impossible may be attained. only a part of beauty; THE REV. OEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, leading to it; magnificently wide, planted Hundreds of bopeleu cases ot Kidney and Liver ney. Purifier InJ..iaTi: 'Both mvsslf and wife owe our Uvea CITe- but it is a part. Every lady cured by Electric Bitten, toSHlLOB'd CONSUMPTION CORE. For sak It an ltnproTement on any Pump or Elevator yet 'Oflenslf Prtlsinshlp"-Gro- Ter two rowa of trees with a canal of with Complaint baTe been g Invented The cups descending toll of air and aswater down iU centre, the entire after everything else bad been tried in vain, bo at M. L. Bourns'a. may have it ; at least, what cending full of water, circulates the air from botyou, but try Elecla no cure for cistern or well, removing wiggles, tom to top 'r'abllc offic Is pablle trust"-Gr- oTr length; all these fixed the lite of the future don't think there ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion, water bugs, of rendering the waier pure, removMagnolia looks like it. and tric B.tters. Tberslsnomedlolnsso safe, so pure city so at to render It immovable. Outside and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters Constipation, Dizziness, Lose ot Appetite, Yellow ing all color, bad taste or suitll. This Pump bat Cl8Tl6nd. Balm both freshens and Clevc this for nearly ten milee Bhlloh'a Vlullur Is a positive care. For an improved chain; no links to get twisted; etch "Innocuous Desuetude"-- G rover in one direction will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of Skin? M. L. Bourne's, Instead cud Is soldered permaaently, andIs bsed. ota link, Do not beautifies. ot galvanised Iron Invaluable la eOectloai of Stomach salt at a Hat piece the mini of the ancient Delhi extend in a the Kidneys. land.rOtica Observer. WHY WILL YOU cough when Bhtlou'a Cure purohase a pump until yon tee tblt, oTcrcoms all Urinary Difficulties. ewathof destruction tix miles wide. A and Liver, andonly M cents a bottla at Penny A will gtve Immediate relleif Price 10c, 50c and SI. Larve Bottles Nancy Lee, eald'to b 117 yer ou, pr dlgii'ii" plern it For tale by M. L. Bourne. mnM hivo U.d, juJ. McAlisier. Lexington. dledat g jnlmorloumal BuyYourFlour W. (119-lm- flrat-cl&- e Ca-to- out-hou- IfPlJllv e, POWI rjErl of well-kno- Absolutely Pure. FOR SALE FOR SALE. .j r s SUnGEON DENTIST C01W barn-iZimi- Ken-tuckian- s, it n, HJSWCOltm HOVE! tt. bil It d. BOURNE bald-heale- .- 0 d. well-know- BOURNE'S, BonTB-Boui- real-denc- e lt Win-chsst- smP w-- re hab. m fr i PENNYROYAL PILLS tlmo-honore- d Eat-IUfc- .. !, Olntmsnt-emphatlc- ally d A Clear Skin ' run-nln- v""wrffiiiiaoiNB. -- . mr iTi.imi 11" W ' IW W. .ji.ii.iw,,,..., wpn iii ir if jmtmmii T mm tiimhmmi 'MJUfti ! wBJfJ.Jsi'HmP'WWi fr n James Combs, a Dr, J. II Kane, a brother of Dr. Kano and popA. B.BODKRTSON JAB. KINNAIUD. of Arctic fame, and with him a participant ular colorod man, was married on WednesThat d- -n gambling bill" will in all in the North pole expedition, died at Sum- day at Junction City to Amanda Warner. probability he Mr. Offutt'a political epi- mit, N. J., where ho was on a visit to his Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. G. March 2G, 1880 taph," says the Louisville lnilh, and this daughter Deceased was a brothel StRaford, &., W. tlatton, pre!dln elder of the M. E opinion is shared by a very large number ofSecretary Bayard, and was eminent in church for this district, and a reception was of people. Owensboro Messenger. given later in the evening to the newly bis profession. w. P. WALTON. Another conspiracy bill, not so severe -lion, nenry Wattorson, accompanied married couple by W. B. Means and wife, Dealkii In- in its penalties as the one presented by Mr. by Mr. C. F. Bill, of tbli place, has placed his wife, left last night for Old Point Tun 8cnle bill to make the keeping of a Thompson, hai been offered by Mr. Bullitt. been stendily iu the hands of your correspondent a cir gambling houo a felony, which was refer The Knights of Labor will use their ut- Comfort. Mr. Watteraon has weeks past, but, upon cular issued by G. V. Cites, of Atlanta, improving for red to b Speaker Offatt as the "d n most endeavors to defeat any bill boaring advice of phystclans, a change of nlr was Ga., setting forth that all pcraons desiring gamblipc bill," Is no virtually a law. The on their supposed rights in tho matter of necessary and this trip was orcer to attend tho Southern Association of SpirHouro pissed It, amended so as permit the of boycotting and preventing others to take regarded Courier-Journa- l. itualists to be held In Louisville from combination and French pools on their places after they have struck for high eJ. selling of nnnivemry of the March 23 to April 4th, can get cheap transTho eighty-nint- h race courses, by a voto of 47 to 6, the Speak, er wages. birthday of William III, emperor of Ger- portation by applying to any agent of the er, Moeaw. Mulligao, Jackson, Scott, Myen many, was celebrated on the 23J, with Louisvillo & Nashville B. R. The Asso Wo wlih to announce to the people of Lincoln an.t adjoining: counilca that we NO 7ES OF CUHRENT EVENTS. bare put forlhum.mal and Iloerlr compoulog the minority. The tlTorliln the selection of great pomp and display, and the fcatlves ciation will bo nddroised by many eminent Senate has concurred In tho amendment 21 The heavy snow storm of Sunday exin his honor were carried to a point in- speaker, among them Mers. Samuel Watto 4, and It will therefore bo impossible for tended through Michigan, blockading rail volving the participation of every man, son and Warren Chase. a veto, roads. the Governor to kill tho bill with woman and child in Berlin. desire to do so, as it could JANES PAXTON. even should he ine uouse passed a mil granting a Mr. C P. Huntington, in a letter to be easily passed over his objections. The pension of $2,000 a year to the widow of Resolutions commemorative of hia life Andwenowdliplajaitcck Imnun.o In proration and elegant In appearance. Our stock embracoa tho Maysville committee, submits his ultiall tbelatvat noreltlcaln SB law and order club of Louisvlllo deserve Gen. Hancock. and service adopted at a moating held by matum in regard to his projected river pushing tho bill to a the highest praiso for uovernment lour per cent, bonus, re- road. Histcompiny will give $75,000 to the elders and deacons in tho Presbyterian Fino Di-ckGoocIh anil TrlramliiRK, Velvets mid ISuMoiiH (o passage, and if the law shall wipe out the deemable in 21 years, now bring 23 cents Mntcli. The counties thro' church Wednesday evening, March 21th wards tho qret und growing evil the good people premium on the dollar. 18S0: which the road will run must ratio th who op everywhere will rtjoice. Those WllfcKEAS, Diitll, wuitu id At nil UUH-r-t To our Mends who ar. In lh. h.Mt ol rl.lllng Louisville for I s Two Dakota were shot, blr supply -- . can tow .ay that we and give Mr. of the right ii' ,nJ fr. ?J c.,n posed the bill claim that they did eo be- two drowned and two carried off to unsorrowful, has been especially so recently, 7?k!equally aa tood atlecilon aa any city !"" chaiwa on your imrchiiM and can can J"r Huntington assurance of the fact by the 1st calalUntlon to our rsrt- - large and having removed James Paxton, an officer of cause the penalty is so severe as to render known parts. The cowboys did it. of April. If they fail the road will not be be this church; first a deacon, then for more the law practically inoperative. It will The suit of the built on the south shoro of the Ohio. than a quarter of a century (29 years) a observed, howover, that most of those who government against the Bell Telephone The National Committee on Agriculi ruling elder, we desire to record an appre opposed the bill are from Louisville, where monopoly has been filed at Columbus. ture has repotted favorably a bill to estabtho gamblers always have a big say in the ciation of our loss. At Nashville Miss Talltha Stevens, lish a Bureau of Animal Industry in charge election of officers. The bill provides that who sued Rev. Goodloe Woods, of Fayetts- Up to within a few days of his death he of the Department of Agriculture, with a Come to let ui and was a constant attendant at church, his whoever with or without compensation vllle, was awarded $5,000 for seduction. chief who shall be a veterinary surgeon, shall set up, carry on or conduct, or ihall The estate of the late Isaac Caldwell, with a salary of $3,000 per annum. The place was always filled, unless unavoidably "Wo Timo detained. As a teacher in the Sabbath-schoo- l, aid and assist in setting up, carrying on or of Louisville, has been appraised at $130,-94bill provides for tho immediate extirpation bank or other conducting a keno bank, faro extending over a long series of JtOIlKllTMOX Jb HIXXAIRD. but there are many debts against it. Infected pedigreed la. of machine or contrlyance used in betting, Miss Mary Holliday, a beautiful animals shall be paid for at a rate of not years, punctuality was his motto. He preDantllle, Kj. whereby money or other thing may be won young lady of Tell county, Ind., committed more than $100 per head, and unpedlgrecd ferred to teach children. His demeanor to his class of little boys was socourteous.gen- or lost; or whoever shall for compensation, suicide while on a visit to friends at Owens-borat $60. The bill appropriates $25,000 to ial and obliging, and the affection between percentage or commission set up, conduct carry out the provisions of the bill. An teacher and or carry on a game of cards whereby money Er Senator J, B. Chaffee left a will accompanying report states that 455 herds, ful, as to pupil eo reciprocal, so beautimake his loss to each almost Irreor other thing may be won or lost, or shall, bequeathing $500,000 to his daughter, Mrs. aggregating 60,000 cattle, are infected. parable. with or without compensation, percentage U. S. Grant, Jr., atd about $300,000 to oth OARRARD COUNTY OEPARJMENT. WncrtEAS, His singular purity of characor commission, aid or abet in setting up, er relatives. conducting or carrying on a game eoset up, ter, his excellence in his daily walk, his acLaneatter. The Senate Committee on the District carried on or conducted for compensation, of Columbia has Pleas Hardin's skull was broken by a curacy, his conscientiousness, his temperdecided to report adversepercentage or commission, shall be fined ly the last ance, bis generosity, (he leaves behind him piece of machinery at his saw-minomination of Matthews to be .Remany who will remember him as a benefac$500 and coats and confined in the penitenTuesday. He will likely die. corder of Deds. Dealm In all kloJaot tiary not less than one nor more than three Mr. Alexander Conn, the portrait tor) his eminent qualities as an amiable. At Gallatin, Tenn., Wm. W. Walsh, conchristian gentleman, "as gentle in manner years; shall be deemed infamous after remarKea, "i am item oi we," placed a painter, was taken suddenly III Wednesday viction and bj forever thereafter dirquali evening and is yet in a precarious condi- and pure in thought as a woman," singular pistol to his breast and shot himself fied from exercising the right of suffrage ly diffident of his powers, and yet employtion. through the heart. Mr. Alfred Wylle, of Madison county, ing them earnestly for the benefit of others, and from holding any office of honor, trust A world's fair in 1892 in the capital, and Miss Sophronia Murphy, of Garrard, that of him we may exclaim: or profit, whether it be State, county, city to commemorate the fourth centennial of were licensed to wed by our county clerk "None knew him tut to lore bin, or municipal. The judgment of conviction America's discovery, Is just now agitating Tuesday. ' jJono aaaed him bat to pralie." in every case shall recite such infamy and the Washlngtonians, XaolrttL, That in the decease of James Mr. James I. Hamilton has been ap disqualification, and shall not be valid The exodus of Jews from Russian Po pointed a special marshal, vice Francis Paxton this church has lost one of its Baggie, Carriages, 8pring Wagons, Wool, Grain, Seeds, Goal and Lumber, call at- provisions of without such recital. The land has attained extraordinary fie ores. Stegar, who has resigned, James will make ablest, most industrious, most devoted tention to their this section shall not include nor be appliDuring 18S5 no less than 20,150 left the a good one; he's built that way. member; one esteemed for his faithful and cable to persons who play such games, uncountry for America. counsels, his discriminating A beautiful crazy quilt is on exhlbl-lio- n intelligent less they take other part in setting up, conKobsrt E Jones, a Tennessee farmer, at Thompson's jewelry house, which Judgment, his zeal and generosity; that in carrying on such games. ducting or having drawn money on a crop of tobacco attracts much attention. It is owned by his death the county, as alto the State, loses Thoughtful men who have the interest when not authorlisd to do so, committed Miss Allie Dunn and is to be raffled off for one of its most valued citizens; and that by of the State at heart and are not seeking to suicide at Clarksrille. preserving on our minutea a truthful rec$100. The local board of health advises and ord of his useful and blameless life, to the make a record so as to secure the support While David Strong, of Midway, Ohfo, of a certain class of voters, will endorse the was eating ms dinner on xueeday, the up- requests all persons living in Garrard conn-t- v end that other generations shall know him to thoroughly cleanse their premises at somewhat u we did, following sensible suggestions, which ap- per set of his false teeth fell into his throat once, to avoid Infectious and contagious di- pear in the Winchester Sun: While the and he was choked to death. Hesolttd, That we rejoice that we had hia leasing of the convict labor in Kentucky A brutal assault was made on Miss wholesome example for so many years, and t: lUndall Dlac or Wheal Harrow, Tbomai flmoolhlni Harrow. Kalamaiao SnHn.. Judge George Denny, Jr., and wife and that part of his good repute will forever remay be bad policy and work a hardship on Jeanna Wilkerson, near Munfordville, by t,ik it.,. citizens, it seems to any rea- John Harelip. Hizelip is in jail, and the Miss Maasie Denny, of Lexington, were in main with ut. certain of our town this week. Mr, H. Burnam Price has sonable man that since the bargain has feeling against him is intense. Jkeolttd, That our sympathies follow his returned from a pilgrimage to Texas and bereaved family through the cloud The Montana mining men will prebeen made, we should stand by it. Kenof sordaughtucky has long pretended to stand in holy sent Senator Beck a paper-weigrow which now rests about them. in the other States. Mrs. Mary Cotes and 'U dm but gone to ths tflnnlnf o( peace.." horror of repudiation, yet at this very mo- form of a silver brick, weighing nearly a ter leave this morning for Beattyville W. M Lackey, ment a number of her demagogues are try- pound. It is inscribed "James B. Beck. where they will live in the future. Mr. HOUSE- I Committee. A. K. Dznny, Thomas Carroll is seriously ill. Mr. Evering to do the very thing they have con defender of the people's money." Bailey. J Steele Secretary Manning was seized with ett Farra, of Jeaaamlne county, is in town, demned in others. The condition at Graen-woo- d Mr. Powderly, Gtneral Muter Workby no means calls for revolution, as vertigo Tuesday while at the Treasury and called hence by the illness of his grandthe recent inveatigation by the legislative falling sprained his ankle so severely as to mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Myers, who Is in a man of tho Knights of Labor, said a few days ago: "Candidly, I do not see the necommittee shows. The number of minora in render locomotion impossible for the pres- very critical condition. The supper at the Hall this eyening cessity for this strike or its continuance. In the State of Kentucky is about 12,000; the ent, Ia the one Ibatcarrlta the Urgwtand Three negro fiends attempted to out- for the benefit of the Owsley Rifles promts fact, the day of stikes is past. I never ornumber of convicts employed is 375. From this we can readily see that the competition rage Miss Cora Diy, an estimable young es to be an unusually pleasant as well as dered one in my life, and, with two excepcan not be very strong. It saems that wis- lady of Auburn and on being arretted were well attended affair. The ladiea have come tions, never failed in an endeavor to meet dom and prudence would counsil that the taken from the officers and hung to con- to the boys' relief in an extremely clever employers for settlement of differences with manner in the way of furnishing the eata employes." convicts be allowed to work oat the present venient trees. bles and in the management of the supper. is contract in which the honor of the State No sign of a settlement of the strike on Reports from the winter wheat sections bound, and give the wise, agitating dema- the southwestern railroads. A member of The members of the late broom drill will of the country are encouraging. The s Oarfiellllklorl.ujrjg-am- l thedlacounlaon we bur tnabln in to site tatter gogues who are tearing their shirts all to the Knights Exesutive Committee says: appear in their costumes and act in the caat present are good for a fine crop in rrlrea than any one. pacity of waitcn, which fact in itself is a pieces an opportunity o study out some "Tho worst is yet to come; I dread it, but Tenntwec, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois sufficient guarantee that every one who better plan for disposing of convicts in the there is no help for it." and Kansas. An average yield is Indicated Burglars blew open the safe of a mer- goes will get the worth of the admission fee, for the PaclGc coast, while Michigan, Ohio future. Jwhich is only 50c. A (quad of military and Indiana give promise of a fair crop. A disgraceful prize fight between the chant in the village of Canaann, near Madi will do some drilling and an immense time Louisville Tobacco Market, furnishfeather weights, Warren and Barnes, occur- son, ina., ana securea siu,wu in govern- is promised all who come up to help the ed by Glover & Durrett, Louisville Tobacred near JefJersonville, Ind., at an early ment bonds, $15,000 in notes and $125 in boys. co Warehouse: The offerings this week hour Tuesday morning and was attended cash. No clew to the criminals. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUN1T. George Hearst was appointed U. 8. have presented a very small proportion of by the sports and roughs from all over the But we- Senator by the Governor of Cilifornia to Transylvania Preabytery (Southern) really good tobacco and the recent mild rounds were fought, country. Forty-fivfill the vacancy left by the death of Sena-te- r will convene at the 1st Presbyterian church weather lias had an unfavorable effect upon the largest number under the Marquis of Miller. Mr. Hearst was the democratic all pickages in soft condition. There has on the 13th of April next. Queensbury rules ever known, when Barnes, caucus nominee against Senator Stanford. D. N. Hinman bought this week of been no recent changes in prices. The having been knocked senseless, was unable Alderman Henry W. Jeahne, of New Mr. Hudson, of Chaptalntown, a floe brown time of year has now been reached when to come again to the string and Warren charged with receiving a bribe of mare, five years old for $175. condition will be an important factor in the f; ""-twas declared the champion. The mtn each York, brought to ttu $20,000 for his vote for the Broadway franMrs. Ophelia Zimmerman, mother of sale of tobacco. Bales for the wwk 3,0-1weighed only 117 pounds and fought with three ounce gloves. The men and their sec- chise, has been committed to prison, because John F. Zimmerman, of the Advocate, is hhds. Receipts for tho week 2,000 hhds. it was feared he was about to leave the is quite ill with pneumonia. Sales of the new crop to date amount to onds succeeded in escaping from the State country. Henderson Welsegar, referred to in the 29,477 hhds. Sales of the market since before any attempt to arrest I hem was made. George Buchanan, Jr., the Louisyille last letter, has been taken to the Anchor January 1st amount to 32,350 hhds against While in Lexington Wednesday, we blood, who married a prostitute, has tired age Asylum oy Jjjpuiy onenu w. u. 31,038 hhds. for the corresponding date v called on "Mrs. Hart and her boy" in the of her and brought suit for divorce. He Moore. last year. The following quotations fairly Court-Housand found charges adultery and lacivious rotunda of the new Wm. Eilote, the artist, has painted a represent our market for new Barley: Dark conduct, as aWi sm m iBraati Thv rWSfl'i mt them in a wretchedly unkept condition. if he could have expected better when he fine picture of "Paladine" and "Alex. Sher- trash 3 to 4; colory trash 4 to 6; common Dirt and dual nearlv hide the pure marble took her to wife. by E. P. Faulconcr, lugs not colory 4 to 5; colory lugs 5 to man," etal lions ownod 7J; and there is evidently no effort to haye the Ed. Johnson, the desperado who killed of this county. common leaf not colory 5 to 8; good leaf 8 of Chastity" triumph over un his employer near Omaha, Neb., Saturday, "Triumph Nannie Cowan, a young colored wo- 11; fins leaf 1113; select wrappery tobacco cleanliness. The ladles whose duty it is to and who intrenched himself in a barn near man, was this morning taxed $10 for lewd 13 to 18 see after the "master piece" should either Oakland and killed two men and wounded and lacivious conduct by the Polico Court, DiiLiiasiHThe Kentucky Superior Court has renapply a quantity of water and soap or else several others who made the attempt to ar- and In default of payment, sent to the dered the following decision, which will be Drugs, Books, Stationery and dress the statue up and change the dress rest him, was captured Tuesday, . of interest to Justices of the Peace: Perhaps tho latter plan occasionally. One of the Russian peasants bitten by .i t for the benefit of the y vaaaaFflaaVT An entertainment Os. Wf i unoy uuioo. When a party to a suit pending before a would i ait those persons btst who can't look wolves and sent to Pasteur for treatment Walnut Street M. E. Church Soutb, will Justice of the Pesce makes oath that ho Fbyalclani' prescription! accurately compounded. upon the nude figure rave when their faces died in terrible agony and with all the be given tonight (Thursday) at Glloher'a Also believes he can not have a fair trial in that partially concealed by fans. symptoms of hydrophobia. Pasteur saya ITotel by the Ladies Working Society of are SJSMaaaaalid l!!i'"l"'"'WiMsV. court, that Justice ought not to try the i every male citiztn of Lou that too long a time was allowed to elapse tho church. seems that case, but if he retains tho case, tries it and before the man was put under treatment. Mr. T. M. Goodnight, of Franklin, renders judgment, the M(lHT (JTlr WWi-l"js- cir isville, excepting Emmett Logan and Polk judgment is not The Largest fltook of Among the members of the United 8impson county, and MlBb' Leonora Mur void. Watohes, Clocks, Johnson, who are enjoying a vacation in States Senate Ingalls talks loudest, Ed- phy, of this place, was married on Tuesday Jowelry and Silverware Bauge are going out of stylo in New York the Soutb, have entered tho race for poat- munds most, Mahone least, while Evarts at 11 o'clock at the Christian church. Elmuter of that cilv and it is thought that society, Thoy now scrapo tho hair right Eror bonghl to thli market PtIpi T)w,r than the lowoat. Watehoa, Clocaj and Jawalry Ko- sits and muse quietly. Hoar looks most der Grubbj, of Lexington, performed the they will put in a claim immediately on palrod on ahoit notice and Warranted. up from tho forehead and try to look liko f like a grandmother, and Gorman receives ceremony. their return. , , x Mme. Pompadeur. Bangs are so out of muoii unuciB ouu id a invorue oi the pages, of Columbus, Ohio, Mr. n. K. Forbis, fashion in the Eut that one wearing them A LOU8E was ciacked at Owingavllle this ai he w8.once a page himself. a former citizen of Dinville, was in town A week and the fellow who did it is in jail Beaver Creek miners still refuse the beginning of the week. Mr, Jerry Kin looks ten years older than without. The without ball. John Jesus fell out "with ths offer of the superintendent of the mines caid, of Lexington, also a former cittrjn of wicked editor says thnt a "woman withbsng I'lntrbrm Wniron, TeI ffiB.'SUMSH: ? ed bilr lobks like a cow, with Jim Louse, another negro, and hitting him to give them the amount asked for mining, Boyle county, is in town. a board tieJ across her horns, over the bead' with a hoe laid him out for- unless the company will reinstato Al aaaaaaaaWaHEl-Mr. Wilson Ddnn U now jogging on L forAu7 !n0"7M"lln!n 11 ever. Crance m check welghman. As Crance tho road preparatory to track work the folWhat ia toul food?" inquires n constant wajra l not aniWactorj. pa the head centra nf --.It Is said that O. J. Broneton will hare seems "Dark Night" by Alcy-- . reader in one.of our exchanges, Soul food lowing young ones, nna.7!Rl.T,;ryt.h.!n,tor,J" PnyrlMOBir. I'luiform Hprlnt m Commonr good deal of the trouble down there, the on, "Erneateen" by Red Wilks (pacer) ia what keeps an oditor fat when he tilts to no opposition for rnV."i'.S:.'a""rVW' -- -. wealth's Attorney, in the Lsxingfori dis company very poiltively refuses to rein- - "Divo Hinman," b. g., by Messenger Chief run a newspaper according to his honest VuFHini 1 .null. K ... jat h..l. 'V state. trict: Chicago Lwcer. convictfoMa.and a Melropulltan bay filly. .Ut 10afJl4 S W. XS. i'ltATT, Jndlmia-- j Stnn-MfHffnhrioron- THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. well-know- in-la- ROBINSON & KIIID, to i Dry Goods and Notions, Wall per, Etc., DANVILLE, KY. Pa- SPRING DRESS GOODS J h C right-of-wa- horse-thieve- of-wa- y '' Handsome Slock of Wall lnier, Hordcr.s, Ceilings nntl Decorations. Will Srvo You and Money. 9, pleuro-pneumon- o. mm & MEAIEFEE. ll FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Large Assortment of Harrows, Corn Planters and Cultivators, To-wl- 4 1 ht THE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BEST STOCKolGOODS tbcn-atitiantltl- J pros-pect- We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, - e IHESANT TO CUT PRICES fc METOALF FOSTER. e w PHARMACISTS, -a KLa -- work-house- ai ($jS 5J2$Jls i t JEWELERS- SasaES-s- aaaaaaaaaaa--.-a- fence-jumpin- g 181 "Jftffi tas;i "AJWE88 M'F'd 8S. $53i f". ' ..-.- .4 Elhhart, r fep fch v f tv 0F& n urday, will be tho last day of the great auction aalo of dry goods by 8 L. Powera & the circuit court. neg The trial of MIsa Iljlle lluuhea aicatnat Co. If you want real bargains, don't withStanford, Ky., March 20, 1880 lect to attend. En r thing will go bought of Simon Wiehl, of Lexinijton, 20 Dr. J. Q. Carpsnter for malpractice, inkout regard to value. All Invited. medium 1,000 pound cattle, at $30 per ing damaRea for $10,000, t net for to day. Bourbon News. miiii G. O. WALTON. UuelnoBU Manajror. A telluram wm received here Wednes head. .i r ii bjx recruit, nun aecrceato terms 01 io day aaylng W. L. Coldwell, Jrf, sold to A. W. that Prof. J. W. Rooee Haver- yoa, Iiato tcon added to tbo large army camp, the German mutlo (etcher, well Smith, this cmnty, for Mr. Hopklri', of of convicts by our Circuit Court to date. LAN. LOCAL TIME CURD. known here, wm found dead in hit) bed at Christian, two nice young jicke, 2yenr-old- s, m Malltralu going North- at $750. AdvncAte. l(Sr,u, TllOSC indebted to the firm of fright & Lexington, that morning. As tne paper of . noutn M.ii n r, h, Tbo die.w-- bef bunintsi at Cnicago is Ktomstraln" Boutb...... 182a.ii. Metcalf will please call and eetllo their ac that city do not mention the fact we " " . .......... 3 OS A. H, counts as " Moth Immense. Tho three firm) of Armour, there wan no foul play suspected. I am about to Iete Stanford. II. Swift and Hammond employ in their drees-eTho tb li calculated on tUn dard time. Hoist C. Bright. me li Jtout 30 minutes Juttr! ..! TitKiherifl of Owtler county delivered 1.H4 beef businefa alone about 7,000. I have in my yard behind Metcalf & to thejsllcr hero Wednesday, James Fox, At the sale of fine trottinc atook in LOCAL NOTICES. Foster' store, all kinds of lumber, moat of who had been sentenced to the penitentiary New Laland sold for $5,800; York, Mi Landkith'h Oirden Heedj at McIlobtrtA which is thoroughly tcatoned. Giro mo a for life for the murder of Ctrr Helton, two Phil Thompson br.iusht $5,000; Smuggler's trial. I. M. Bruce. years ago The trial cccurrcd last week, Djught-- r, $1,110; Smiiuuler'd Lim, LAN.irn.Tit'H gnrilrn seed In bulk itml heifer belonging when an appeal wan taken and Fox ordered and Bergen. $1,200. A riKE thorough-brepackaged At IVmir & McAHster'e. here for safe keeping to await the action of A majority of the Iambi in this tacWatoiixs and Jewelry ropMred on ehor to R. C. Warren wan run over and killed by the higher court. He claims to he entirely night. 8he was the tion are sold. The behest price paid was notice and warranted by Penny h McAMs the train Tucalar 5 ct. for 20 head of June delivery. The late r. progeny of the noted cow Frances Rtdgley innocent. M !! . Bur the Haas Hor Romedr, the origi- Havcrgail and Dr. Billey'a thoroughbred A. E GIDI10K9, proprietor of the Thltcl deliverers conform to this price. Tho numnal and only Eenuinc, from Penny AMcAl-late- r. street Parlors, Danville, Ky., is now pre- ber produced is perhaps lets than for many Alphea, Winchester 8un. pared to furnish anything in the line of yearn A coxvixrr. atock of jewelry, latent For two hours after his appearance ityle. Uockfoid wn!rLf. a epecialty. Pen WiNcnrsTER Court. About 250 catWall paper, from the cheapest to the very the ami lookclllkoa hugo ball of ny A McAllatcr. fire lu the heavens and tho supentitloua finest that can be found in any city in the tle on matktt. The prevailing prices about very low prices. Also a full the same as last court day. No choice' catwere somewhat alarmed. The phenomenon Union, at PERSONAL. line of paints, oils, varnishes and window tle on the msrket. Plain feeders brought waa due to the amoky condition of the Mn. 8 II. Shanks U in Cincinnati The weather contlnuea balmy i;lass. I also have a large stock of wall pa- from 3J to 4 centi; mountain cattle 2J to 3 biiTing rpring goods. per that has never before been introduced cant; one lot of plain calve $10 each; and spring-like- . in Central Kentucky, such aa Lincrusta, mule market dull. Mn. J. T. CitAK) haa gone to Cincinna Amid the atrlkea and murmuringa of dis- Valours, Felts and Ingrains. Will furWe heard a Boyle county farmer reti to lay in hie spring stock. John Enolemah, who is In busineaa content on other roads, It ia pleasant to ob nish full Instructions for putting up the mark on Saturday that he had no rememserve the harmony and satisfaction that ex- papors. Paper furnished on wall when brance of a finer prospect for wheat at thia in Michigan, U at home on a visit. Please examine my stock befoie season of the year. Under the influanco of Mn. D Klars has returned from the ists on the L. A N. The men are paid good derired. wages as regularly an the month rolls round buying. the weather of last week the growth waa recities, whither he went to buy goods. Mm. W. II. WuEnntrr Is sending a and there la a feeling of mutual confidence Wednesday markable, indicative that it had passed the A Chapter or MiBHAra between employer and employeo that is rare few days with friends In Richmond. night as Robert Feszei was tsking a ride ordeal of a severe winter without the least conflict between labor and Injury. Mn. M. D. IICOHE3, Esq., editor of the in theee daya of Advocate. on one oi Maj. Theodore King!a horses, the ctpital, The L. & N. was never belter Ltncaster Xtv$. was In town yesterday. animal became unmanageable and running .a Err ahvebtisehehth. Mr. A C. Sine will probably locate managed nor more prosperous. off attempted to jump the pole at the with his family at this place, we aro glad toll gate. Mr. Fenzel seized the Attempted 8uicide. A young negro to say. man named William 8tepp,craxeJ over the horse around the neck and tried to jump to Mn. J D. SwitannoAP, of Tennewee, effects of religious excitement produced at the ground but he got tangled up in his I bavejmt retained from thscltr and I cordttl- is on a visit to his brother, Q. A. 8wine a protracted meeting, at which he was un- feet and he fell with considerable of his lr InTlteyou tcall and m my Elcytat Line of broad. able "to get through," as the datkies call it, weight on Mr. Feozel, who waa badly hurt Millinery ueio buylog. 1 alio call attention to rar Mias Mattie jIrkweji, a handsome attempted to end his life Wednesday night about the head and chest, though it is sup- and finely selected slock of Ladle' Underwear NotioDi. Handkercblth, Collin, Cuff and young lady of Kllx ibetbtown, ia the guest by abooting himself with a 32 calibre pis posed not seriously. The horse wandered Corwu of dlflerent ityle. Ladle' White Em' liroldrred Dreue. I can be found at my store In of Mrs. II. C. Stader. tol. The ball struck near the right nipple off and getting into a cut near Capt. Roch- the room lately rtcatedby Ihepoit-offlc- e. M8. HATE DUD HE It 4 II, Mn W. L. Withers has moved his and glacclng on a rib failed to do the dead- - ester's was killed by a passing train. The 110 2m HUnlord, Ky. family to this place and haa taken a posi- Ir work, when he cot hold of a razor Major valued the horse at $200 and wia tion with Wearen & Menefee. and tried to open an artery'in hia wrist. He very much attached to him. FULL BROTIIEK8. Mrs, R. I. Crawford, who haa been fallcl alio in this but cut himself reverely. MARRIAGES. daughter, Mn. A. S. Moffett, re- When a man wants to die as badly as would with her turned to LoulsTllleyecterday, W.D. Hutchison and Miaa Millie Hor-toindicate in thia cue it is a pity he can't be Mrs. Kate Doddzrar hae returned accommodated. daughter of A. T. Horton, were marfrom the city with a nice line of millinery, ried yesterday. The report is current that the republito which she Invites attention. Mr. QIancy J Jones, a worthy young cans are endeavoring to seduce Represents Mr. Ai.rKED Davis and daughter, the tlve Babbitt into taking a place on their man from Missouri, and Mita Susie L., the pretty MIm Maecie, who have been v!r!t ticket either for county judge or attorney. estimable daughter of Mr. Jack Walls, of Blred by HatblVi Denmirlr. known n On Time. ing at Rowland, returned homo Tuesday. Flntdim Cabbie' Lexington, Asked in regard to it Mr. Bobbitt said that the Mt. Salem neighborhood, were married 2d dam br Mollis Mount by be by Taylor' Yonng America, Messrs R. P. Jacorj, R. J. Breckin- overtures hid been made to him to help yesterday, 8J dam by Miller's Denmark, which rItp ridge, J. B, McFerrm and Robert Harding, form a fusion ticket, but that he would take Mr and Mrs, $dward Biles, of Taun Mm a itouUt eroii of lAe bt 1 1 tadilt Hotk in Me world: Danville attorneys, have been attending Saturday the 4th dam by Jim Bll, oteoflhe bwt racehorseso no part in it, adding, ''I desire none of the ton, Maw., celebrated on anniversary of their marriage an his dir; Sib dim a noted Saddle marc brouzbt court thia week. from lrgtnla. pedigree unknown. ia to go to ixth county office. My programme Our rapid compositor, Mr. Q. C. Kel- the Legislature a second term, and then experience of wedded biles almost unpar- rl Tber will mike ttrn trttnn of ima at T r v.. ono mil from Utanford on the Huitonrllle pike. Clllt Edge 1 a dark brown, IS hands hlcb, 4 ler, on a visit to his boaie in Ilarrodiburg, stand for Congress, to both of which offices alleled in these degenerate day. years old thia Spring and will Hand at sends us a readable letter which appear in I will be elected without a doubt." He RELIGIOUS. another column, 810 lo Insure a Living-- Colt. evidently thinks he has things in a sling Mr J. P. Chandler accompanied and that his march to the presidency iteelf Blrrer Kins will be limited to 15 mare, at the The total number of members of the time rate. lie la 3 yein old thia Spring. 1 a Hon. F. F. Babbitt on his return to Frank- is without impediment and only a question Roman Catholic church throughout the beautiful bay, IS band a Inches high. Will alto fort, where he will remain several dayiand of time. itand at tame pltce a fine Jack, world Ia placed at from 275,000,000 to ip Mm ii then go to New Orleans. "WALKER, Circuit Court. When their cases were Mwb Mollis Docolas, music teacher A leading Methodist says he ia sure M $8 to Imure colt, money due at weanlnr time. called Tuesday, Jame Gragg and Win-freof Kicholasvllle, and John D, Fremd, cara wltb Stringer decided they did not want a that Rev. H. C. Morrison, formerly of Lou- lieJune.biown Jickhlcb. white point, S years old In IS bind Ue wia tired by Alkln'i riage manufacturer of Eminence, spent King Wllllim and ho by King Phillip: hi firtt as btd as they first claimed they dldi isville, will be made BUhop at the Confertrial Wednesday In onr midst. dam a Hltek utln lenntt.sbe ilred by Philguilty to breaking open ence In Mar at Richmond, Va. lip and he by King Phillip; hit second dam by JJ MrsaiuH G. R. HvAKi and P.T. Downs, and instead plead Ctttlejtek l a large crcy. Rv. Qeorgo W. Donlap, the Ken- More Cattle Trie More .! and ateallng from the store of F, M. Ware, . lio-i-r the superintendent and master of trains, n. JbAiuus. McKinney, and threw themselves on the tucky eyangelist, haa just closed a series were up on a tour of inspection of the Interesting meetings at the Camp mercy of the jury, which gave them three of very Knozville Branch, yesterday. I years each, when they may have got five. Washington M. . Church, with 35 conMns. Dn. 8. G IIocker, has returned shooting fessions, eighteen added to this church, of R. C Eigteman for from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Wm. Fair, The cue Will Tuesday, was con while a great many others having gone to 1888 atmike the ieaon of my Llrery Hub) and sisters, Mrs. J. M. Sallee and Miea Smith Baughman, set for influence of his in Btanford, Ky., and will tinued an usual. This cue like some oth- other churches from the I Hanna Fair, In Nelson county. permitted io terra a will not bo tried till all preaching. He is a deep and earnest rea- - llinlud nuitbrol mi eiat Mr. E. B Hayden haa returned from ers of a like nature died or moved off. Armp soner, and haa done a great good for the have the West for a short time, preparatory to the witneeees Cincinnati $15 the Season, both white, christian cause in tho city. going into the farming implement buiineiu Petrty and Sylvester Robbine, Enquirer. Dae when irrTlcptaremn. hog of the value of G were "syusifr at Springfield. Mo., with Messra, Henry C. for stealing a to a The mails bring Brother Barnes' let derad,in$tO due lniurethe fact It atcertaiued.or for a roare foal, tried Tuesday. Petrey was sent up when Bright and F. J. Curran. to lniure a IWIng colt, dua when the coltl ttiiS Robbing discharged, The proof ters very irregularly of lato. Another large (oaied. DinTllIe Wllkea It a beautiful mabogony Mr and Mrs. W. R Williams, of year and was overwhelming against Petrey, who batch, all of different dates, arrived togeth- bay, (landing 1K handt htgh.of gre.t trotting llmtonvllle, were here Wednesday, Mrs. and hat quartet In er Tuesday. In the latest of them, which 27 with little trotted hit mile In 3:30; haa a!r jidy a very bad reputation. hmdllngat 4 yean, and Williams ia the leading milliner of her bears Sam Hahan for re- is dated Febuary 15, at Calcutta and which dlitlngulihedhlmielfatabrreder. The trial of old man nets a counsection and will display the firet week in ceiving a portion of the goods stolen from will appear in its regular order, is the fol terpart of Alcyone, but a larger horte In every reApril a full line of spring goods. gait occupied nearly the whole of lowing gratifying intelligence and urgent aped and hileinovaand blood lines alto similar and It the uma from the great Geo. Wllket Mrs I. N. Vavohan. who with her Mr. Ware request: We will sail for Ceylon on the Slat that Phil Thompson ia. Illaflntand only Wedneeday and resulted ia his being sent old thtthts been bandied Ittiillle Vagrn, named bright little daughter, Ella Lee, haa been Hahan Is over 60 yeJrs and will stop two daya at Madras on our In honor of one of the fa rut and brlghteat Jewell visiting her brothers, the Waltons, started up for one year. of your city, and la a worthy naauaake of royal of age and waa convicted mainly on the way down the coast, arriving there about blood, a tbe bta showed a gait close to 2 40, being on her return to Richmond, Va., WednesMarch 1st. There, after a bait of ten daya, handled by a colored bov. Like her aire, lie hat a testimony of Jim Gragg, corroborated by lerel head and a good gait. day, leaving an aching void in their houseDanrllle Wilkes la by Lyle's Geo. Wllket. Jr ; the fact that much of the stolen goods were which we hope to spend most profitably in holds. dam ot Danville Wilktt by SkediJdle Skedaddle meetings already partially arranged for, we by OllTtr; al his house. This makes four found lit dim of Skedaddle by Medoc; 2ddm Sd on account of the McKinney (teal, catch the P. and 0. steamer for Melbourne, Trumpeter; dim dim Aratui; 4th dam Imp. Spread LOCAL MATTERS. Eagle; 8th Wild 6th kcllrte. and can Australia, about the 11th of March. All till trace him furtherJlelr, the thoroughbred fim-i- lr Into with Mag Binkborn, whose cue is set for flower pots. T. R. Walton. " oeceuarv. K ora. the dam o' DanTlIle if Beautiful next Wednesday, to hoar from,and the good you who read this last letter from India Wilkes, flrat dim Meadley by Wny, 3d dam Ubel- waxy ine itifcrorn. si aim citizens who arose In their might and cap- if you think I have served you well as "for- ilreof Medley by Uerthume, Waters & Riney's. Butter wanted at lit dim by Stony tured the gang are correspondingly happy. eign correspondent" put your gratitude Petrel. 2d dam Tom Hal. montn. vue rare uratt rurniane.1 at ii Fresh aalmon this evening at s s. The attorneys for Zale Campbell withdrew into practical shape; ait right down and taken to prevent accident per will not be reaponbut Myera'. for a change of venue and the write tho "Troupe" loving letters to Auck-lan- alble abould tnr occur. their motion I10-t- f A. T. XUXNELLEY, Stanford. New Zialand, care poitmaater; prop Proctor Knott patent fl juris the best; trial of the case was eet for next Monday. erly Btamped, and the dear LORD will Among the indictments returned are five rail for it. Metcalf A Foster. 1880 1880. against George Moore, of Crab Orchard, for blesa you. If you want us to "come home" Proctor Knott patent flour ia the best oirrylng concealed weapons and two for again, tell us no, to that address, right " in the market. Metcalf & Foster. treapas. He has a pretty eovero time away. Shall we get there, I wonder, and 1 store house in t he ahead if he is convicted in all of them, have the postmaster say, "no letters for Fon Rent A No. interesting case waa on trisl you?" Forbid it, true love and cherished heart of Stanford, Ky. B. VanAredalo. " Quite an -- . III yeiterday. It is claimed that old Mr. Sam friendship. Now dear reader don't think To the Farmers. Hamilton and South The tire of tMtters, rotdater and more fancy and Holmei wis the father of several illegiti- ''everybody elso will write, and I will write llnt-cliEiatern horn than any other atttllon Bend Plows below cost. Metcalf & Foswill uiiko the Ends, who lived some other time." That wilt be awfully In Kentucky, BUnlord, directlytcaaon of 1S33 four mate children by a Mrs. on tbe Knob Lick nillei writ of ter. 1 his farm; that he did not deny this hard on Uh every one nays so, will it not? pike, and will, on account of tho depresalon over upon evsry thing, be permitted t) serve mares at the they impeichmont, but on the contrary was anx Cattle owners are notifiid that extremely low price ot LAND. STOCK AND CROP must keep thoir stock ou" the streets. O. J. ioas to provide for their maintenance and $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure. " -- Corn for sale. M. 8. Peyton, Stanford Newland, Marshal. oduoition; that for this purpoeo ho gave Jeney cows for salo. J. Grata furnished at J3 per minth. Due raro taken A few more Holmes, which amount to pievent accldenti orctcapca, but will nut bo House, garden and cow pasture to tent S2.000toMr. Fort thould any occur. it ia claimed was never paid over by him Q. Carpenter. to u man who can and will make post and Description a Jet black L. D. Garner bought of Wm. Cloyd a tar In foreheadand Pedigree; Nobby Ithands high, and it is for its recovery from the adminis and two white feet, 10 , rail fence. J. 11 Miller. handt 1 Inch high, fine mane and till, good, bony rat6r that the suit was prosecuted. The a fine jck for $500. shoulder, head and neck, leg. or thirty tons of nice timo backLeautltul In fact, faultlessexcellent In aymmotry; ana and loin The late James Paxton held $1,500 in- defendant, Mr. Georgo Holmes, administraStan-ford- . will guarantee thero doesn't lire a atalllon surance on his life; $2,600 of which isln tor, denied that any money was over paid to thy hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, a better dltnoiltlon, and tlieie tiualitlca helnTarlably Imparts to hit progonr. Nobby It and the balance in the Grange hla father and the day up till 3:30 o'clock the .Etna ot or Nobby. Jr., record 2 20U. and told aire Six extra weight mule?, 6 years old tbe 13,000, when bandied verr little. Una of hli for Mutual Association. was dovotcd to hearing the proof. The euit ,. ft . and 15 bands high sold at Bowjinj; Green colti trotted last reason, with little training, In tho 2 it. another la 2 8J and one In 211, and waa told ' To the Ladies. We have just received waa brought by E. F, Bailey and wife, Mr. for $900. for 2.30). Illituckllnej wore the ilea at tbe latter ono of tho reputed children of n splendid line of epring millinery and -- CrltEobanks bought of Will 8worjo llujtouvllle and Danrlllo Falra over rlngt of twen- ty and tweuty-fou- r coltr. Nobbywaselred by GarHolmes. Bradley and Sillier repre-vente- d Sam for $200. Eubanks sold to ram uoici, ine iro oi uasu vise. 4 isy. ask you to call and examine our stock. the plaintiff a and Hill & Alcorn and one bay gelding Arp, brlnolllppyi 5 !.; Misses 8mlley & Warren. of Pennsylvania, 4 horses at $175 2 31: tiirrarJ CalM br Mamlrrlno 2i$ir& lie if inief. Weloh &,Siuflytthft1defendants. After the Warren, Ladr Thorn. !MS: Woodford Mambilno.2 2!li. per head. jury dam and other It la likely tbut,the Kiuk will- close for Instructions were read to the when tho court to $250 L. K. Wells, who live in tho Sd dim br In tha 2 d0 lilt. FirstKyadyk'tbyIlamble-tonlaMrs. Aratus; 3d dam by tho aror more comp- adjourned till this pmning, by Dlomede. Nobby' dam a tho ee3on to nlghf, as'two 4th end, of tbe county, made a little over thoroughbred dim mire, ald to be by Imp, Tranby. anies are writing for dales. The intention guments will he made. Parting wltb mires tball forfeit the Insurance five Clay county The grand jury finally adjourned' yester- 000 pounds of butter from Inallcasmanda lien retained on all colts until of the management all along has been to year. Thia record can not be. lenicecbuge Is pall. For further information, to bo re' day, after returning 72 Indictments, mostly scrub cows last cloae the first time the chnirs had C. I. C.UO II , callon br addreta 28 more than beaten iu thia section evon by the foil Al Or W. Al. UcAifjiK,! turned to their pluco en the fbor. Lot for raiadeineanoH. This is March, 1SSG. KtanftrJ, ivy derneyn. October term. wura found at the everjbiMi) attend of 21 idiots have been tnado during the present term of Allowances for Ibo support Yonn Last Chance. Sat- Cattle are tUadv In filinvilln hi " In A hogs ar firm at .'tj tu $1.30; ehrpp are! active at 3 to 4J and Iambi at 3 to 6. WALL PAPER I 4 WALL as- - .1 tin WALL PAPER ! PAPER ! sup-pox- o Trimmed and Itcnily for TJbc, m ' M'BOBEBTS -- fc STAGG'S. S1.-10- DBTO-ST TDEaCES- - -- rn-a- P i"in iSIEIEIDI at- - Which enn be fonurt T R. WALTON'S. . New York Has-tonvil- le Millinery. Early Bose, Bnrbank. Beauty of Hebron and Peerless IRISH POTATOES. -- Whito and Yollow- - n, .SHfe Gilt Edge &Silver King OBriOBT SI2TS! r And Hill Onions, sixty-s- -- Seed Coru.Beaug, Peas and Melon- - SEED IN BULK!! -- 300,-000.0- m STEVE d And lots of- - 1 j. j-:- j, OrrA-ttTDJEllSr SEED In Papers in Packages. Thomas 1). Danville Wilkes Job F. W4TXI5. IUnkt. v. WATERS & RANEY adrertlilng that they tell "lower than the lowest." We tell lust as low aa anybody and the public will please bear thit In mind. Birvte will tike pleasure In accom dating all of eur dry goods merchant by dellrarlng goods to their Rowland customers. It It all a delusion about any firm Main GROCERS, Street, - - - Stanford. 1 con-vlcti- , m lon-roi- We dellrir all goods In or within a mile or so of ROWLAND or Stanford Bend to ua for Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard, 8ngar, Coffee. Butter, Egg. Canned Goods. uneete, iiominy, Apple Butter, uacaeiei, Presrtes, Kraut, Crack en, Bean, Jelly. aioiaaiet, Potatoes, Dried reaches, Cake, Syrup, Candies, Cabbage, Orangea, Dried Apple, Prune. Banannas, Corned Beet, Onions, Dates, Figs, Lemon. Raisin, Spice, Bardlnes, Derlled Ham, Pine Apple, Cocoa, ninrjMi- Bakera Chocolate, uyitert, cinnamon, ncsiet, Tobacoo, CUara, Queenware, Tinware, Lamps, Chimney, Coal Oil, , Btarch, Soda. 8op, rowuer, onoi, laruagct, nor, iiacca, r ora, or aimoit anything else you itcaie, can mention In our line, and we guarantee satlafactlon tn Mery respect. We giro away prltet In fine Olitaware with exery package of tbe Crystal Baking Powder told by ua. Send to ua for Seed Irish Potatoes, Onion Soti and all kmJs Garden Seeds. We bare a comprehensWe Use of Plain and Fancy Harness, Saddles and Bridles, also Plow and Wagon Harness, Manufactured and warranted by tbe reliable firm of W. R. Canon A Eon. whoae work atand the teet eiery time. Prices satisfactory, aliraya. Come to see us. IFJLTEUS 4b IIA.XEV. - WW)j H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAIXOR. I hare receded and still recolrlng New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising tbe best In the market, which will be Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Hono in City or Country. Giro Me a Trial. kc. o. rr. -- Wall Paper, . flUm x..XzSi.y . Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of tlie above and price as low as the lowest. 11 - n; et B. K. W3SARKXVT- - Stanford. iv2 nia'ilM tTit (W lWW -- m L Senir-SHttMBlnlO- m Icumd OF CONSTANTINOI'LE THE MAJOR'S STORY. "Waal, yes," said the major, unfolding hit knife. And ha ing a slico from his chair, "I come from a family of purty long life Tho longest, I reckon 'round hyar." "My grnn'father lived to n mighty old ago He died at two hundred and four" But tho major stopped short in his yarn oft this stage, For the judge entered in nt tho door. "Now, major," tho judge very gravely remarked, "I knew your old grandfather well; when his spirit Ho was Jut eighty-thro- e BRUSQUENESS Tho AND WANT OF TACT. A GLIMPSE Durlnir the Miiaaulinan Feast of tha Itainatlnn In a Coffee House. From Its geographical situation, as well as from iU history, ConstAntinojilo naturally taken the front rank among the cosmopolitan cities of the world, and tho crowds thronging its busy thoroughfares embrace every conditho kid glovo.1 exquisite tion of man without n tvriiikioin his clothes and the of half savage central Asian states encad in sheep skin garments of rudent inttern. Tho groat fast of llamadan u under full headway, and all truo mussul-man- s neltlier eut nor drink n, particle of anything throughout tho day until tho booming of cannon at 8 in the evening announce Urat tho fast U ended, when tho sccno quickly changes Into a general rush for eatables and drink. Batwrvn s mid 0 o'clock in the evening, during 1j. ulan, certain streets and la-raprewnt their liveliest appearance, and from tho highest class restaurant, patronlzoi by bey and nli:t, to tho vendors of eatables on the streets, all do n rushing business; even who with leathern the eujecs water bottles and a couple of tumblers unit on thirsty txxkstriara with pure drinking water, nt live paras a glass, dodgo about among the crowds, announcing themselves with luty lung, fully nlivo to the opportunl-lia- s of the moment, Tho fcidcivalks of Constantinople nro ridiculously narrow, their only practical use being to keep vehWus from running into the inerebandbo of the shopkeepers, and to give pedestrians plenty of exercise In jostling each other, and hopping on and oiT the curbstone to avoid inconveniencing the ladltw, who of course are not to lxs jostled cither off tho sidewalk or Into a sidewalk stock of miscellaneous rs (witter-rendera), merchandise. The Constantinople sidewalk u anybody's territory; the merchant encumbers it with his wares and the coffee house! with chairs for customers to sit on, tho rigbta af pedetrians being altogether ignored; tho natural consequence Is that these latter fill the streets, and the Constantinople Jehu no) only has to keep his wits about him to avoid running over men and dogs, but bas to use bis lungs continually, shouting r.t them to Clear th" way. If a seat is taken In one of the coffee houe chairs, a watchful waiter instantly makes his appearance with a tray containing small hunks of n paty sweetmeat, that tho English call "Turkish delight," one of which you are expected to take and pay half a piastre for, this being a olito way of obtaining payment for tho privilege of using the chair. A favorite way of passing tho evening is to sit in front of one of these establishments, wotch-ui- g the passing throngs, and smoke a narghi-loh- , r to this latter requiring a good io It proiwrly. 1 undertook to investigate tho amount of enjoyment contained in n narghileh one evening, and before smoking it half through concluded that the taste has to be cultivated. Outing. half-hou- e Novel In England. Tho Probably tradition is stronger In England than in France; and tradition is all on the ide of three volumes and Mr. Mudie. The e novel will perhajts outlast the .Town, the empire, and oven the game laws. Again, wo are not nearly so economical in most things as the French; but we are far more stingy alut buying books. The Idea of expending good money in a book seems revolutionary to n rich man. Tho late rector of Lincoln said bittcrly,that ''many a man oQ on with A'oOf) n year does not lay out looks." Why many a man of 5,000, or .V),0UO does not lay out o0 yearly on books. The newspaper suillces for the men of n household ; the circulating library f with its endless stream of novelties--, for tho women, Theytmly demand from a novel one thing novelty ; and that the library can give them. To purchase as many new romances as filter through a houso from the library would bo to choke up all the place with books. These habits and these reasons insure the perma-oenc- o of the circulating system ; w hich, again, e maun- - the permanence of the jystetn- - That plan prohibits amateur purchase, and makes overy one who does not want an old novel get h'a novels from the library. Again, the threo volumes keep three girls in a houso occupied simultaneously; three birds are killed with one stone. Nor is the publisher adverso to tho method, for an obvious reason. Advertisement is one of the great expenses of the publisher. Now, three novels cost exactly thrico as much e to advertiso as a singlo novel, und for each the publisher only gets, at most, e a third of what the novel brings biw. This is probably a. strong commercial objection, from the publisher's xint of view, to the novel. St. James' Gazette. Tliree-Vfiltunthree-volum15,-00- 0, three-volumone-voluthree-volumthree-volumone-volu- t Criminals In a Mexican I'rlnon. Paso del Norte lioosts of a prison in which there Is an averago of half a dozen Americans confined at any time you may pay it a visit. Ibis situated within a stone's throw of 'the plaza, and within sound of the hum of the merry-makin- g of the town. It is a long, adole building, over which a strong detachment of the Eleventh Mexican cavalry mounts guard daily. AVithln, the prisoners count timo by heart throbs awaiting the hour, which may be in tho near or the distant future, when it shall please thoso in authority to bring tlu'in before the court of first criminal instance of the district. Thero ure no cells in the prison, but a number of adobe rooms hllolted to tho prisoners enter an open court yanL Tho prisoners stroll around this plaoitannd chat with one another and with their guards. There are no bolts, chains or bars visible, and yet escapes are unknown. The reason is simple. Around this prison a cordon of guards are drawn so close that it is IintxKsi-ti- e to cro-- a tho dead-linwithout detection, and detection means death. The Hue is as rigid as that of Andcnouville, and has cost many a poor fellow his life. Prisoners in Mexico are not allowed to give unnecessary trouble) to their keepers. They are not fed, but have to feed themselves, for which purpose each prisoner receives nine 'telaeoV a day, and he can live or starve on it for all the government cares. Oor. Chicago Times. one-(torie ii Unique Innovations In Dining. e To overcome the wliura of a g dinner Philadelphia society people are unique innovations In the manner of dining, At one feast tho guests did not sit at the table at all, but sat in the parlor, and while indulging iu conversation were served witW the choice repast In courses. At a Clover tlub dinner tbo waiters, dmuod in dlllereut eoxtumes to serve particular dishes, brought variety to the feast. Meat was served by waiters disguised as butchers, black waiters drafted in white brought terrapin, and white waiters in block served French dishes. A "progressive luncheon' Is another novel introduction. Four people set at each table, and at the end of each course change positions in tlio manner of progressive euchre. The efforts mode by Philadelphia to keep from leing bored with each other are certainly suiique. Boston Journal. long-coursIntro-tluciu- Earnings of Henry er "Ward Uuecher. estimates that A New York letter-writScery Ward Boeohor has during the last flartrj- - years earned money as follows: Salary t),000; preacher, $390,000; locture fees, asadry publications, 1100,500; wedding foes, &OfiM; incidentals, MO ,000; total, 1750,000. jver met" Another young woman who had written omo clover essays was astonished by his unasked criticism to tho clTcct that bo "considered her conversation extremely feeble" Whllo ho was dying ho comforted his woop-In-g great relief. It has entirely restored mo to wlfo with tho remark: health." James French, Atchison, Kntis., For that bourne where tho good spirits I no doubt! "Oh yes, my dearl No doubt dwell." writes: "To nil persons Buffering from But you'll soon marry again. I've arranged Liver Coinplalut, I would strongly recomFor a moment the major had nothing to say, that you shall ho comfortablo until you do." mend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was nflllctcd Tho lady soon, by tho way, fulfilled his But finally roe to his feet; wltlintllscnso of tho liver for nearly two uIIe diet! nt two hundred and four Broa- prophecy. This brutal frankness ls tho trait which dway" jcars, when n friend ndvlscd mo to tako Then the judge moseyed up nnd stood most widely separates tho Englishman from this medicine. It gave prompt relief, nnd bis American cousin. Tho American is moro New York Sun. treat has cured inc." Mrs. H. M. Kidder, il lensitlvo and quick In sympathy. HoLs, too, D wight st., Boston, Mass., writes : " For MATERIALS FOR MAKING LACE. taught consideration for Ids ncightmrs from several years I havo used Ayer's SarsaIlls cradle, and however candid ho may bo, parllla In my family. I never feel snfc, Tree As- loams to keep silent concerning utqilcvosant Fiber of tne Aloe I.acu-Ilur- k even truths affecting himself or others. But If tho bestos Spider' Web Human Itulr. boy finds a holo In his jworer school-nato- 's Human ingenuity has almost exhausted it English shoes, ho will harry him incessantly finding new materials from which this self in chaff about It. Why not! Ho product of marvelous industry and patience with coarse hldo a holo in his own shoo, Tho would not can bo manufactured. Tbo thraui ustxl In without It. As a liver medicine nnd Is making Brussels loco is of such extreme fine uma brusquoness and wnnt of tact gvnor.il purifier of tho blood, It has no in every rank of life. ness that it has to bo spun underground to equal." Mrs. A. II. Allen, Wlntcrpock, A noted English author, whllo travollng prevent tho dry air causing it to break. That .hrough this countrj"i upjKwred at a largo Va., writes: "My youngest child, two this laco is so expensive. Is duo to tho fineness his honor in a flannel shirt yotir of tig o, was taken with Ilowcl Comof tho thread (spun by hand), wldch costs all linner given in ind business suit. Glancing round the table, plaint, which wo could not cure. We tried the way from $1,000 to f 2,000 a pound. jo muttered: Tho fiber of tho nloo has been successfully many remedies, but ho continued to grew "Ah, evening dross! Tho custom at home, manufactured into laco both in its natural wore, nnd finally became so reduced In color aud dyed black in Geneva, tho Greek juito sol quite so! But I did not know that llesh tlmt wo could only move him upon irou dnsseU like gentlemen here." islands, and Spain. In Jamais a peculiar law a pillow. It was suggested by one of tho Canon Kingriey whllo in this country has Imx'h made from tho inner bark of tho who doctors thnt Scrofula might I the cause legether, or tree, and in 1S31 a itunned tho chairman of n literary club,someof the trouble. Wc procured a bottle of dress from this material was presented to was welcoming him to a reception in by staring at him and Queen Victoria. Asbestos has also been skill- what florid ten as, fully worked into lace, and own caterpillars urtly saying, "I consider your remarks In Then, have been made to act as their own bobbins very bad taste." away. turning hia back on and thread by tho ingenious device of a Ger- aim, ho walked In nono of these instances, probably, did man gentleman, who has presented several of his young friends on their marriage with the Englishman wish to oITcnd, nor was he Tho lock of that of offending. bridal veils, more exquisitely fin? and light, sonscious sensitiveness which ho ridicules in and coiiimciiied glv In,' it to him. If si.n ly weighing but five ounces to the square yard, norvous the American, makes him unable to oeo this worked wonders, for. In a short tin. , ho than anything they could buy. Youth's In South America a nativo spider weaves a lefect in Ids own was completely cured." sort of lace In a regular open-wor- k pattern, Companion. Sold by all DruggMs. and which was utilized by ao English mis- Kxperlincnts with ITndernround Wires. tress of Lopez as filmy hangings for her I'rico $1 ; Six bottles, $.'. Tho recent severe storms that havo so boudoir over panels of crimson satin. Pointe seriously impaired tho telegraphic servico PrejKired by Dr. J.C. Ayer .t. Co., Lowell, tresse, or laco woven from human lialr, has Mass., U.S. A. counterpart in many countries also found a place in history, anil both Queen have had their In Europe, nnd tho loss and annoyance exElizalMth and her fair cousin of Scotland had perienced In commercial and valuable sjeciniens of it. Cincinnati En- through the breaking down financial centers of tho wires havo quirer. again called public attention to tho convenience and necessity of underground linos. Scenes In the Stock Kxchanee. In Franco tho system has leen adopted on a The busiest hour Ls upt to bo 2:15 p. m., for large scale, tho underground lino from Paris at that time the brokers, purple of vLsnge, to Mnrsclllrtj having been completed, and tho and punctuating each shout with a shako of wires will bo uod-a- soon as the instruments tho fist at the chairman, remind him that lestincd IS WARRANTED to euro Feur nnd for them uro placed in tho olllces at delivery The day'u Paris, Lyons nnd Marseilles. time has come. Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, This underFever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, ad.tran.sactionsr are then preliminarily ground lino, ad led to those overhead, will Dengue (or "Break-hour- " White-haireFover),I.icr justed. men old and not only enablo messages to bo accekrated, Complaint, nnd nil diseases urging from dapper youngsters mnko outcry to but will enable communication to ! kept up, Malarial poLaons. gether, and nlwve tho hubdub sound the no matter what the state of tho weather whacks of the heavy ivory mallet of the may Iw. "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. chairman. Finally thero is a tremendous Underground wires will nlso l laid be"For eighteen months sitf-crc- d bang on the den!:, and tbo brokers set up an tween Marseilles, Toulon and Nice. Marwith Chills and Fever, exultant yell in unison, as they turn to go to seilles and Havre are already connected by a the various jxirts of the hall marked "Lake direct wire, and this not only secures rapid Juivini! Chills every other day. Shore," "Erie," Western Union," and so on. communication between tho two jwrts, but After' trying various remedies The little pillars thus latalnd ar tho centers places MarstiUrs in direct connection with recommended to cure, used a of dealings in the iecifled stocks. MnrsoiHrM-Havro bottle of dyer's A$uc Cure, and nofyr words nnd the United Status, cs tho Forty minutes more of n ire Is to all intents nnd punxixjs the pro violent gesticulation remain, and tho appearhave never since hdil a chill. n longation of tho cable ances indicate an altercation that is likely at EDWJX HARPER." which at Havre. Tho exi?riiiients will any moment to break into a riot. Tho ex- be vint'-he-abuts with groat interest by electricians rnciMitGU in clamations return from the high, culling in on this side of tho Atlantic. San Francisco Dr. J G. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Moss. echoes, mixing tho treble of tuu dudLu boy, Chronicle, whose rich futher has bought for him a $40,000 Sold by ull Druggists. seat in the exchange, and the remnant bari771iy Huns Von llulow Wouldn't I'lnj. tone of tho mature operator, whose voice has During Huns von Billow's lastconcort tour, hail long cultivation in Wall street. All the racket means business, though the casual vis- is he was about to take his scut at tho piano, itor may not understand it, and it Is only oc- ho saw sonio very plain women seated near casionally that fooler' Is indulged in. Thou-and- s tho platform. At that ho walked olf the hi a shout, and Uage, aud to his manager's inquiries and enof dollars are expre--l a -- bout and n f hnke of n fit have a fortune in treaties said: "Until those uzly women nro them. This continues from 10 in tho morn- amoved I wbl not play a note; so you ma ing until a gong, at 3 in tbo aJltgtDQtm, rings o as you pleoft) about it." Tho manager Should bo kept conttantly at hand, for with a sound that would hovo been the pride itcppM up on tho stage, announced that Herr uso in emergencies of tho household. of tho Chinese nation 1,000 years ago. Cin- ron Bulow had becomo suddenly indiiposcd, and tho orchestra would play a symphony cinnati Enquirer. Many a mother, startled hi tho night by srhich was to have been played later in tho the ominous sounds of Croup, find tho evening. On Top of Mount Washington. little sufferer, with red nnd swollen face, Whllo the audience looked on in wonder he The Mount Washington signal office li a gasplug for air. In such cases Ayer's had n number of palms and shrubs from tho building, containing thwo rooms. Cherry Pectoral Islmaluahlc. Mrs. Emma placed It Is built witli double walls, flllad with saw- conservatory ucar tha concert-rooGcducy, 160 West 123 St., New York, dust, doublo windows, doors, and floors. between tho platform and tho audience. Then writes: "While In tho country, last Large iron rods run through the house, and calling Bulow to the wing the manager asked winter, my little boy, three years old, was are bolted in tbo rocks beneath, while trro It the view suited him. "O, yes, that's all heavy iron cables are thrown aver it and right," quietly said the groat musician, "as taken III with Croup; It seemed as If ho fastened on each side. In tho coidmt weather long as I don't behold those monsters of ugliwould dlo from strangulation. Ayer's ness I am qulto IndifTeront to my surroundithe only habitable placo is tha center room, Cherry Pectoral was tried (11 small aud ngs:." Anil without any mora ado the capriwhich L only feet In dunemoocs. Two frequent doses, nnd, In less than half an stoves of the Iwst mako nre run at their full cious compo?r went on tho platform and perhour, tho little patient was breathing capacity, and by wrapping themselves in formed his share of tho programme. Chicago easily. The doctor said that the Pectoral keep Tribune. blankets the observers just manaze to saved my darling's life." Mrs. Chat. B. from freezing. Tho stoves occupy nearly Thoitghtfulneii of the Stamp Clerk. Landon, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Ayer's half the space in the room, ond yet water in Tbo delicately thoughtful stamp clerk there will freeze in a moment. Cherry Pectoral The noise made by the wind is almost inde described lelow is an official at tho postofllce scribable. It comes at short intervals, and in Minneapolis, and it ls a correspondent of My sounds as if an army was pounding at the The Tribune of that city who thus dilates on and also tho life of my llttlo son. As ho door with a huge battering ram. No human her ineffablo sweetness, omitting, however, Is troubled with Croup, I daro not bo creature could live for two minutes exposed to say if she be old or young: without this remedy In the house." Mri. "Whon a trembling youth or a blushing to such a blast. Even in August the water sometimes freezes solid. Everybody has sen maiden hands her a precious package with J. Gregg, Lowell, Mass., writes: "My frost on tho windows und knows how it the addressed sido down, sho never turns it children havo repeatedly taken Ayer's looks. On Mount Washington it forms four over. A rough, uncouth man would turn tho Cherry Pectoral for Coughs ami Croup. or five feet thick, and if a person goes out all addressed side up with reckless indifference It gives Immediate relief, followed by muriled up It will deposit a foot dwp on his as to tho burning sensation to tho fluttering cure." Mrs. Mary E. Evaus, Scrantou, clothing. Chicago Time. heart and the emltarraisment of tho owner of Pa., writes : "I have two llttlo boj s, both tho package outside the stamp window. But The Chief and the Iafluted Mllow. of whom havo been, from infancy, sttbject not she. The package Ls always weighed Mr. Russell, the war cVrcsporideiit, was a wrong sido up, and tho trembling ono withto violent attacks of Croup. Ahou six good story teller, and had many wniintaencce out breathes an inward blessing on her." months ago wc began unlnij Ayer's Cherry of his adventures in the First, Once, while Bostf i Transcript. Pectoral, and It nets like a charm. In a traveling in India, he carried with him an few minutes nfter tho child takes It, be r Description of a Toboggan Suit. pillow, which at night ho In breathes easily nnd rests well. Every flated. One evening he took it eat of his A lively Philadelphia girl describes the tomother ought to know what a blcsiing I pocket and showed it to a chief, who asked boggan suit as follows: You first get a long him its use. He told him it was a pillow. and wide roll of flannel, and, having divested have found In Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." "No good; log of wood much lietter." yourself of the majority of your clothing, Mrs. Wm. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., writes : "Why!" aaked Mr. Russell. it is you hold ono end of this to tho back of your "In our family, Ayer's mcdlclnej have fiat," replied tho chief. Mr. Utuwll then in- neck, get your maid to hold tho other, and been blessings for many years. In cases flated it and it was handed around to all tho then turn yourself slowly around until you of Colds and Coughs, wc tako family, who, in turns, let out the air and have enveloped yourself head to foot. Over again inflated it. At last the chief took It this you put a Bloomer costumo of heavy "It Is good," said he, "very, vury good." flannel, wvi over this again a jacket and Cherry uWhyr asked Mr. Russell. "Because by and skirt mode out of a blanket. Draw long by you will be an old man, and will have but woolen stockings over your legs, put your and the Inconvenience is soon forgotten." a little breath in you, and you con get some fo&t in moccasins aiA your bead in a small mEPAItED DY out of this bag." Ben: Perley IVwre. tack. You will then look like on attenuated football, ami you will feel like one. That's Pr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, M aaa. Toe Hardy Sea Dogs of Slulne, what they call a toboggan suit. Chicago Bold by all Druggists. A short time ago Searport,'the home of the Journal. hardy Nichols ami Pendlotons, came forward and claimed the distinction of furnishThe ltesult of Inaccurate Surreys. h ing of all the American sea capThe value of the general triangulatlon of tains. Thorruuton now shows up with fifty the country conducted by the coast survey, in on the active and twenty-nin- e oa the retired order to afford accurate base lines, may be list a remarkably good ebowing at the pres- estimated by the fact that when the best ent shipping crisis. This Is an interesting maps of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois iubject. Lit us bear m Bath and the hisand Missouri are plotted together, the Missis-ifp- Dressed Pine Flooring, Oeiliog, Weather toric Georgetown, and taldoboru and Booth-bay- , Boards, Finishing Lumber, Oreen and Ohio rivers become a series of Thsy can each furnish a long Hst of oW lakes, without any connection, the Lumber in the Bough, including tea dogs. Portland Press. local outlines being too inaccurate to coin-lidLaths and Shingles. Boston Transcript. Chang-eIlls Name to "Fabcr," For the convenience of our cuitomers in Hun-for- d Education for Jf evada's Young Indiana. Side by side in a recent number of The and vicinity we bars arrtnieil with Oeo. London Times were three advertisements, There are from 1,500 to 3,000 Indian chilIt. Weartn to krep on bit TtrcU an aisortmeat of our Lumber, where they can gt it ti cheap si sach one announcing that a man named dren In Nevada, who ought to be educated, from ui direct. Be will aUo mike rttlmit for 'Bmith" was about to chanre his name to and It is proposed to erect a government any bills Dot n bsoils, which we will fill on tbon "TTahor " If urlll twrnmfnmrkt Hint UVuRar notlcs. school for this purpose at Carson. Chicago UK I. fiff DA Vln, UI;, Kj is simply tho Latin equivalent of "Btnith." Times. months ago, and who wm 0 typical Englishman and scholar, was once appealed to by a volatile American girl, as to whether ho thought she could write a book. "I hod to Jisappoint her, poor thing I" lie writes. "I told her sho was tho most ignorant woman I Trait Which Separates the Englishman front Hit American Cousin, The Iter. Mark Pattlson, .who died a few Happiness results from that truo contentment which indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may possess It, If you will purify and invigorate your blood with Aycr's Sana-parlllE. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., writes : " I suffered for years with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottles of Ayer's Siirparlllii, I a. Go to W. K. mm CotTie. Uut-t- r. For Mm), Flour, TUcon, UrJ, Kttgi, Cnnl Ooodi, Cheoit. lloloja, MoIsmsi. Jellr, TfowrTea, Apple Butrcr, Hsekxrel, l'ig' Feet, Spies. Pxpwr, CJotm, Tea. Cinnamon, Canities, Hominy, lUani, Ulnir, Drle-Lemoni, Fruit, ricklM, I'otiloei, rOM OOUQHO Mnt Ofto.jF USft NKalt DHPOT, BTANFOUD, 8ur. grocery, Food delivered promptly to allpatU of town. Country produce tikn in exchange for rowIi. OIto mi a trial and I will tret you fair, 109-l- rulilni, Tobacco, lllulnj, Vlnwr Col Oil, 8op, HUrcb, In fAct anything muslly kept la Cln, Orn, &MS$h -- Found Prank! Allison, CONTRACTOR STANFORD, OffuM MtiaVuv BUILDER ICY. of H'anfor.l vicinity. Ijng xprlicanil crfu! a'tentlon y guamnUiMtUlicllon. tlullJItu unlorlil or 8 r description furnished at low er-er- hit nrvlcM to the peopls snJ C rt ly vj M. . i ,( 2e"VtS rifci I-- . H'CET O Vermont SHambletonian. fine stallion will mikn the season ol IKPual my p nee, lUrsotullrstrom Stanford on tl.o btanturd Thli i 1 , A Danville pike, at ii I . f th 1111 etmi. flittt. f tfaat 1oabi ttuo iitlnc tiptctortol rrtoelpl rr luciM tfc ulf mratM r'Jti, tt4 lUm ' it 1 Us, w .ff i ffcl- - tnmfcri In vheimMiH uh th bijisi anvct-t1(l iii11 ihtfllwl rift JUwltff tit U CU, Jf N ratiiniii r . 11 hftnttn 7 ff CMiihi, Crwt -r rrU- .0. M fUtlM, Sf ftt tt Ij in 1 ftlrtt n atutll fir from la th thrtt E! 1 3M. Hthrii rtp it nlfT At Home $15 to Iusuro n in Foal. Mtiro lace-bar- k Sarsaparllla AYEB'S l. Sih dsm by Uannlnal; 9ih dsm by HllkT.br (See i:inllrHefd In urure's Htud llook, Vol. Ii a very Vermont HsuiblelonUn l,pg Mil with line style and ben-- , good action sired William Welch, wllh prlralo record ol M. Vermont bring a grand son or KysJjke's Ilambla-tonlsthe grand.yt sire llTlng, and dill's Vermont combined, backed by thorough bleed, ought to make a lino stock horse I will also stand at tho tame place a 0n Jack, Imp. Vletaw. bold-goin- lSSi,sliten hands high, by William Wilch, by UjsJyke'a lliuib'rtonun; 1st dam Kate by OKI s by IMtn't York-shiVermont; Sd dam lllsck br linn Yorkshire: Sd dim Little Kmlly by Wsrnrr.br fltin. Wsfff.rr. Ilh dual KlllIlT Pt by Imp. bxTUthin, Sihdsiuby Parkolri, r.thdsm by (IranJrlter; 7IU dim bf Maryland I'lurnlx; I'ow-e- He Is a Mirk, foatvl In V. " jgr, zssZaSJZr. H JtL&? '"" ' ' 1 Ak im 1nflH ff ll. Fft. WALTSnA.TAYtOB.AtUnU.O., 11 11 "Ii .a Mitrflni in V HIO's K r PrMfclfJ 4L1 CgKDUU rC CtUUflt T4a.lei. Ff t ! tI M. L ItoUUNK, Htanfctd Iloth tor m! by dn Ir, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. E. H. BURNSIDE, 11V. . Propr lOi-t- l TIIOS. ItOMAHOX. 8TALUON, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND THK C" Iti Proprietor ii it Shrill .C'laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaVflaV good-breedin- be rieoond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Ftire, Appointmonto, or Attention to Comfort of Determined that their Oneitt. SECOAl).fEW.EL ! n This fine combined stallion will make the of I8M at my stable, ne,r Shelby Otlr, In Lincoln county, on the fh.lt; City and Knob Lick turnpike roaJ,at tea-so- nagaisgs will be coaveyed to and rroa the ds froe of charge. Special accommodatl oei to Comnierclal traveler a. The liar will always aapplied nltk tee choicest hraadsofLlaiorsaag Cigars. s Ague Cure J AYER'S $15 the Season or $20 to Insure a Colt. lay, with O. &1II. nt Jewel lsablool Description and FeUlcrNC-ewft- d black mane and tall, 13 liabds S Inebes OHIO B. hfch, with fine style an I seilon lletiS yesrs old this spring, was sired uy lwls Cunningham's Jewell, he by the famous okl Washington Denmark. First dam Minnie, br Mi Do all's Hal-cor- n; Thedircct through line and old established reuts dam by a m 3d dam by Wells' CTutadsr; irom ol Davy Crockett; 4th dam by a valuable oVl die mare, prdlcrco unknown Mr. II. C. l'artln's Louiirille & Cincinnati to St. Louli on4 Jewel, was a premium Old Minnie, dam of anu potnti in tne West. Jewanlitial, fruin a coll loan d mure Ilium and wore toe Two m el has l"n shown twetily-Mi- r Trains from Ialsvllle to t tliots -- dtteau-l wily twlet. sllk tlo twwilTtwo e, iraiHi irvsa I itjCIBMtl He made ten shows last iwmi at IMtitllle, to el. i MISSISSIPPI an il iJ. $od wore ten blue ribbons. Pastursga will ! furnish, d msret at reasonable rates. 1'artlog with inarm forfeit the luiurantc. Lien retained on ail cu'ta until smIm charge are KlrksTilln KichnHl aud Lexington and I)v iUin(.iii; 1,!,. Only loh on Ul. ,.i.l. fn.sa UislullW sad CUclnnatl IT t f I paid. I will alssttnlat lhsa-ustab- t l the) An Jack Tho Only Lino by whlnh you can Bui, u j. urouRU aioopiUK Car From ClDclnell to.--t. BLACK HAWK! colt money due when the At (t H to Insures II oolt tafalrd or is re parlid with. Mark Hawk Is acoalblatk 6 years od this rioitoi, II bands X I cheshlab He ws tired by Caldwell's Young HlMk Hawk, he by Vel clpode, lie by liobsrl son's Ills dam was Samixon. be by Imp li'.motr by Mtigall's lllack Hawk, 2d dar.i wat raised by, Stiles Maxwell and was an Imiwrlnl Jack 107 tf T T. N.tXIHIHSK. Mieli.y City, tTy. Iult Franco-America- Haw running tutivllie aBtlClsclnnatl toMl liuls all o.ber rwatel Ulcg made upofatXHuMnatlen rf imatl rM.U. Thft O ife "iVT '""- - ' ' l,,hl7 MOTHER'S CherryPectoral FRIEND ! No More Ayer's The Ohio A Mluli'lrpl Hallway ruas I'alstial bleeping Cars on night trains: LNturlant Far-lCaraonday trains, Weant lUy Coaches on all trains. Dl,'.?LD;l.cl,t 'OfBtlons are wa4 la ONION US'T J w,!u JlTw?l Haes br the I). A sM Italtvay, thuiavoldlDg treWsie trans-ferby othir routes. The Ohio A Mll..ppl Hallway Ii the only llcg lulsvllle, nnclnnail and 61. Louis urxler one uanageiurnt, ruanlng all Iu ot tralnathrourhsnltd and In 1 la rtcognlaol I Irsl-Cla- as llite'be- twera those Cities. Terror No Moro Pain! Nn Mnroflannor I.IIIUI.S.U..UU, ono-stor- y Mothor.Ohild. The Dread of Apply to ticket Agenta of connecting tinea This Inraluable prrpa- - lull partliulara as to rate, lime, maps circulars or any desired Information, or write to '?fl,cu:xi1i!r.,;1ho0m UOHr. H. KvMMAJf, Trar. ras. Ag't O. A M. Ky Inestimable bentfll was w. ji. iGABour. w.it.ii erel. laser bestowed on the 1'rea. and Oen'l Man'gr, en, I'asi. Ag't. .mothers of the world. I Cincinnati, O. earlt not only shortens the time of labor and lessons the Intenslly ol paln.Mit better than all ffroillv illmltilshra thi OHIO 'danger to life of loth GHESAPEAKEJND mother and child, and learei llie mother In a t KcntiicIcj'M condition highly fsrora-bi- o to ipeedy rccorery, roa srd far less liable to fr attlt fly. Itoufo E-iH- Motherhood Transformed to I ---. -- other alarming symptoms Incident to lingering and painful lalior. Its tru ly wonderful efficacy In this respect entitles the Hooding, couTulslons and Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. 1 Saved Life, aa one ol the life 'f f"OT7 - saslug world bythedls- II I I - H, T '"'! appllsoces given - to the modern Molina's FrikndIo to ol The only line running PULLMAN Ni:W SLEEPING CAIW AND -- . - loorerles JOY"! SAFETY AND TO concerning this lUwuur without wounding the EASE of the wrltere. From the nature ol the cam', it will 01 course be understood that we can not publish certificates ,re. kI A SOLID TRAIN raoii Louisville, Cincinnati & to Washington City, TheDlroctlbxitoto Lexington, Mwj Fast Trains for Now York. Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina i'olnu. For tickets and further Information, apply to your nearest ticket office or address W. W, Monroe, Dlr, Freight an t Fassesger Agent, Lexington Connecting In the same dejot with '' hulrerliifj 1 omnii lof inch lestiuionlals on I file, and im molhir who t has once used tl win er- wabout it lc ,Bllu I tier time of trouble t, A prominent physlclau lately reuutkeJ to the proprietor that If It were iclmmlble to make public the. letters we rMelve, the Mother's Friend would outsell anything on tho mirlel. I inoit earnestly entreat every female citectlng to bo confined to use Mother's Friend. Coupled with tblaentrcaty I will add that during a long obstetrical practice (forty four je.u) 1 bare never known It to fall to produce a aire and nulck II, J. IIOLMKd, M D., delivery. Ky. C. W. NMITII, H. W. ITLLCH, Oen'l Macaisr, Oen'l I'asa'r Ag1!. Ulchtnood, Virginia. India-rubbe- Atbutn. ui. woman, Send lor Treatlso on "Health and Happiness of Louisville & Nashville R. R. THK OBK1T L.&N. to tii WITH UaaDFiKLb ItKtiULATOR Co , Atlanta, Qa. For sale by DR. V, L. 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WALTON, - Proprietor roij will reeslvs narpi.as- If Ton M'iatio of Japan his sent $500 to r u are In, look si the data on your label andno us our duos. "Owe rrar, man an j thing." - m" fund.- (J v r THIS PAPER 1 ;on-- . ertlsln Iliireail (Wnrne ,ctair.aybo:nni'oiori: WSftiS, Ht.i. yrnere) MJfnvmg IN NMV YOU It. SUeof Stage, 20x50. Eight comulete lets of rj, floating capacity, Including gallery, 004. eo, Aco?w,ritrnU tW Jtooshlnrci ffA Mtrlt(rns. C. P. ATMOnn, Com,ny ,or "tea.rwte. O.P.AT.A., Louisvlllk, K.J n TVtvrt- -