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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886033001 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. 1111 VOL. XIV. Suri-HStdil- & WeeMi l. fBtov mtefiaf fr loitfnit .f , STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1886. Interiorloumal NO. 111. slaunchest friends thero, though the great man himself gavo us the cold shoulder And now another of his pupils in tho 'Piaiao the Lord. Qod Is Lovo and No th- Orient takes as kindly to my gospel as I how lttblltiPd TueMilauH and Friday -- AT other brethren did. I wish the "old man ins EIio." ja x'xaiiiWNivuM, eloquent" had himself only given me a W. P. Ihdia, Feb. 8, '80. hearing, instead of judging me unheard. I Allahabad, will U c understood if woerodlt that Jl. pcclsd and demanded. Dcaii lNTEMOR:-W- e catno hero straight can't bear lo he misunderstood by sq (.ood a from Delhi. Or as tr.lglit as tho congest man m tho wonderful preachor of Surrey. J od condition of the 8iat India Hallway per- But "wo shall know etch other better when W. P. WALTON. mitted. Such wild confusion and crush of tho mists have rolled away." "Bwlng low, Powers' Dry Goods Store, Impatient traveler -- xtch intent on secur- sweet chariot," nnd drive them to tbe murky depths they cams from! ing for himself or party a modicum of There was a great Mela going on at tho 3-accommodation, I never remember JP&B sacied city while wo were there. It won a to'havo Been, though perfectly familiar with great noyelty to the children, and I lived the often overcrowded union depots of and the monster Htatiin of Ephralm. over In seoing them my youlh again, and The of Over Travel Is complicated in India by the my first attendanco at the Hurdwar Mela bidding in 1855, where I saw three millions of peo needful custom of carrying one'n along, which is generally rolled up into a pie gathered at that fascinating spot. Tbe Jinny tliliiRn aro X,ew than oven tho Auction Prices of tlio i&8t corpulent and untidy pcksge most incon glamour of a great crowd bos long since Wo Intend to mike room for the Spring Stock, If wo bare to worn away and I think now more sadly ol venient lo handle and most unsightly to whit they gather in such numbers to do behold. A.W"-"3rT Then the mimbsr of parcels that Bome- - Our drar Major Mackenzie) who spent a few days with us at Allahabid, put it pointhow roll up upon n party tho s!z) of ours is something appalling In the aggregate. Mr. edly wben some bne asked him If he didn't Our ambition is to Iwul in LOW PIIICE8 and wedon't know how to tike a backward step We hava begun tho good bargain builnets and could not stop to be In tbe adtanie In tutting down prices. The Auction mill knocked the llooutof It tfwB wanted to. Wo neTer learned tbo artof following-on- ly Peter Magnus' nrltnantoiu and traveling wish to go down and see the "big mcla." ralues tor u, and It can stay to. We bad to sell Calicoes, good dark comfort styles, at 3c, and tbe all go at that; more than 2,000 ytrda on hand. a little mela is bid enough," he sober All the 8atecnt and fine, fancy style ofDreaa Prints that were 7 tenia only brought 5c at auction ond they can go out at that figure. Our filled bag, brown paper parcel and leathern bat "No, Dreta Qoodi, worth 18c to 20c, waa sacrificed at 10c a yardand that will be the price until all ol the alxteen hundred yards on hand are taken. 60c ly and thoughtfully replied. But I woll at 25c; 30c Jeaaa 18c. SIsn'a and Boya' lints and fahooa forererybody away down to auction prices. Clothing cut about half In two in price for the box veto uotblng to the average Indian this week or next loud tij on your oirn frrtnu. Wc remember tbo time when these melancholy present. Comefew weeks to come and In favor of our customers for the time being. are In foj a big loss on ouratccd and will make no effort to protlct all traveler's smaller impedimenta. ouraelres for a though not forOur dreams of even second clawi accom- feature of heathen worship, modation from Dalhl were rudely dispelled gotten, wero in a measure swallowed up by by Will' startling announcement that only the novelty of unaccustomed sights and DAH . O'SULUVAN. by etreneous efforts had he secured for us a sounds, and the intense fascination an exercises crowd of peaplo corner in a carriage already occupied by a most favorable point of observation. We ComideriuK the opportunities (or educa ! over one. of volunteers. Thither, breath baye noticed, not once nor twice, but Valuable Mill Property for Sale tional advtncciuent that the subject of this detachment Allahabid nmna "City of This scores of times during this Indian visit, the last less, we were literally bundled at In hl chosen aketch h hail, hi rise d msn at The property known as the Hustonvllle Flouring Is its Mohammedan name, of course, but it Dojon know Bourne, the Mills will be oQarnl for salo to the highest how the dear LORD has given us the yery phenomenal and moment, and as the twin pulled out of the of journalism the new Drug StoroT If not, loao to time in makwas a most sacred city long before Akbar and best bidder, on found ourselves third class as to so best opportunities of seeing everything Wo ing h's acqualntan e. highly creditable to hit rnnrcy "'d perec station to conquered it and bailt the fort that stands want to see, without any arrangement or Ho la polite, accommolating, and slls his 'goeds eta! standing and "in the depths" as Saturday, April 10th, 1880. Tsrnnce. He wm born nt Il.ttUni Green, to day near the junction of the two holy management on our part, whatever It is lower than tbelowest. He has Just rccilved a new This property la new, coramodlousty located at nnd left school at the comfort and convenience. K7., Sspt. 22, 1853, cargo of Paints for the Spring trade, a splendid flagThe third clasa ctr of the Indian rail- riven, flying tbe Union Jack from Its all so lovely, just as if one could feel a acrtment of Landroth'a fc'eods in bulk, tho Celobra-tc- d Husttnvllle. Lincoln countv. Ky.. In a fine farm. ago of 13 At 16 he entered the wholesale lng region; runs two seta of fliur burrs and ono staff. It Is neither eo Imposing nor eleconstructed entirely for native use ways warm hand leading one all the time, which LeMare'a Rock Crystal Spectacles and Eye- - act corn do.; la furnished with ample machingrocery store of H. C Hlnei & Co., remainery and the later appliances and It ca) able of Hix latitudinal pens, with small round iron gantly constructed as that of Ajra and Indeed is exactly the case. Glaasc, DrufgUta' Sundries, Surgical Instrudoing largo and excellent work. ing fire yctn, and although be ra on tlu ments, Musical Goodf, Show Case Artlilos, and a Tbo sale will ba positive. Terms made known bars dtyldiog, exactly like ca;e in a men Delhi, but Its sturdy battlements tell very TCONTINPED NEXT IS3TJE he iiitnsgei to rr.il a lft hour a on day of aale. aetle, each pen to hold ten; otch place, plainly who Ita builder was. It wai a blessII. Jl. NJIITII, A Full Lino of Drugs, Patent Medigreat many aland ud lok ilurlnr spate The Situation at Greenwood. IP.' td Frrrtdcnt Uustonvllle M ill Co. that one ptnrcnger may squat upjn, accu- ed haven of rest to many a helpless woman cines and Chemicals. raiment and tu Mtudr cioely b new and Tho legislative committee hm been here defined by variously colored paints; and child during the dark days of tbe Sepollllctl fsUurM of tr,o nawspsperav He rately poy mutiny. I can not tell you how friend- for some time looking into tbo condition As for Tollct'Artlclca well, If you want to mareich wtte of bard wood -- emphatically also leirned short hind and cn write it and all the benches ciphlonlisi and forlorn. ly these old forts look, when I think of and treatment of convicts and nosing 'round ry, go immediately to KEHTUEKT B. B w irk II Gr.t newppr vrry acciirttely Not without reason are the ritrs of third- - how kindly they sholtered friends I lov- among the men who hare them in change. Howling Uresn if4erl),Uitn was on the The ed In thoe terrible days. They seem to Let me say right hira that I know these "jBlue-Gruf- ts Opposite he Myers House, Stanford, Ky ISoiato." H. Porter, sine made claw trvrel most ridiaulo'ilr cleip. edited b Klvi maximum of jdiscomfart is appended to the have atoned for alt the cruelties of their men ptrscnally and cin atato that every ptmasler of hi to 't a .and to him he feels minimum of economic! arrangement, that eariy nitory uy tuts later penance ol re contractor here is a uontleman. I have Shortest and Quickest Soute from Oen much Indebtel fir ItIii bid an opportn tenting protection to tbe helpless and for- been through all parts of tbe prison and tral Kentucky to all Points North, w ,0 (0,' is so increasingly popular with this pnticnt '"d nllf. Whrn tba ptrr East, West and Southwest. lorn. I feel like caressing the bard walls, found erer thing clean; iwuch cleaner in We etared hopelly at population I'nderwjnd an I msism-- J i fr the ItttlHfirn-c- tr whose impenetrable stones once held back fact than the average jail, lt'a all moonFast Lino Between crouching around among the motin Kditori Altai! J CoruU'.uUon: sie h nines departbe took apUc-i- n henpi of beJding, bigs and bundles murlerous hands from taking tho dear shine about the convicts being treated like Bclovr we hand you a letter pur-c- h tanof : EXIXGTO. afcOIXCIX.V.lTl ws lli it until it ment, cwiil-'ihrg and cattle Their wants aro looked from a grateful heart, which wasaont to and pubbvl breo pilehed psll mell into our liven of friends and acquaintances. Schedule in Effect Oct. 11, 16S5. wed by tie W The ( ive mor (.ot I lai a thit Tne Ganges, with turbid current from after in every respect. The medical treat lished In the Vanalystlne, Texas, Enterprise, with particular pens, then s.id "Praice the out our knowledge or solicitation, and wo desire on tbo iW tin ler mnasir.t- - editor ment they receive is as good tin can be Ho. 6 Ho. i Ho. 12 to glvo It publicity through your columns. op. LOUD'' two or throi time, cheerily, then the time it imiea from tho "cow's mouth," K nroetlU. Loan, who nave tiim proceed under the Oucgootreo glacier, here receives found and no oue calls on the doctor in Ex. Sun. Daily Ex, Sun. When Mr. had a hearty laugh and ttfterwadi TPc Eantcstlu Entreat Everu Suffer portunily for adTancoinent. the clear waters of the hluo Jumna, like a charge in vain. He is kind, skillful and the bMt of It. Lve. Covington...., 8 10 am 8 10 pro 2 00 pm Lngan becsme m.nRlni editor of the Ooa ed to make inn iToiiiriii trlio Scph Tlitnto attentive what more could they want? " Falmouth 9 55 am 3i pa 2 32 pm Will, nios' fruitful In trtvelin; reourro, prcud,atern man mating with a gentle, timJtvad It Citrvfallu succeeded Mr 0'?iilHTn " Cynthlana... 11 0i a in 10 79 n n 1 37 p m One of the committee, a man by the name and well. 11 40 am 11 00 p m 5 IS p tu Arr. I'axls-- .. having clurtftiof and moat Taluable of "buslnoiM managers," id woman. A third, invisible river, tbe practically to bU pillion, Newport, G 17 pm 2 Lexington p in by ai ingeniously constructed ncrtcn, Hindoo legend avers, meets both from be- of Newman, representatiye from Moravian Falls, K. C, Not. M, ISIi. the new- - 'ratlin and doin editorial pira first, 11 4S a mil 03 pm 5 23 p m Lve. Parla in the investigation not only showed him. Ma. EKiTOa: "An ounce of prevention Is For neath, and the point of this triple union Is slight amount of Arr. Winchester ... 12 SO pm 11 40 p m 610 pm better than a pound of cure," and a pound graph. Three month latir Mr. Lib' of- secured a "country' defendjre"privacy. other to them unspeakably sacred. self to be a crank, but a first class ass of tbe 7 25 ptr Richmond...... i uo p in in the oi cure is better than a ship load of arguof our jilly 5 13 pm Lancaster fered him the Kentucky nes coltimu ment In your columns. I saw ' some time nnddia-w.v- t R 9" . TfT'-n- r Hither, at stated intervals, from all parts particularly long earol variety. He is a were fust a thought too merry ' , ago nn atTrlvTnM "t" ' .UJ the Owicr Journal, which he accepted anil pens hailing from tome-wher- e Lve. lUchinoud.. Uradfield's Female Itegulator and the won i ui p in to uki liber'!, after their ber nnd of India, came pilgrims to bathe in tho newcomer in the Staio, vW redl'h'T r f m " results from Its use; and a my wife 8 8t d m held m. dcrful Arr. Berca in Massachusetts, lie should be 6 00 a ml... brandy. Then by dint of much hustling mingled waters, invested with peculiar " Livingston., had been a sufferer and an Invalid for fifMr Walters K.7e hltnsom spociid local prolapsus kicked out of the Legislature' The ques ths ofYKiRS fromand painful and congesBhortly aftei wards be waa and contriving wo managed to curl up power to wash away sin, according to tbe tion the womb menstratlon work to do. Hobth-BoumNO. U No. 1 No. 3 tions be asked wero not for the purpose of ar.d tbo doctors could uo her no good, I waa among our manifold environments and get Shastras. perauaded to try tho remedy. So I sent for tnade city editor and a few months later, investigation, but in a spirit of insolence Tbo tongue of land between the two rivsleep two bottles, and the result waa tho ImprovLve. Livingston . when but 23 yean of af azc. he was giren a little 8 00 am ............... ed ao much that I sent for another package " Berea . 10 22 a m ........... When we reached Tundla Junction, ers was covered with temporary booths and that offended the soldi rs as well as the cit and ahe Is now ablo to do her household the managing editorship, Mr. L"Kn bavirg ..... Arr. Richmond ...a.. 1145 am work and goes about wherever ahe pleases. from Agra striked laid out in streets of varying length and hint. When such cattle as be have in accepted a similar position on a Cincinnstl where the branch litw Lve. Rowland 7 15 a ml I am confident the U permanently cured. I ...'.... main stem, we were suddenly and most breadth. Etch pundit who explained tbe charge our public affairs it's time for all for a lot of this wonderlul Female Regthe ent Ajoiicftsicr 8 05 a m papei. H held the latter position ou that Bowling Qreen 11 00 a m ulator to sell, and every bottle that I have honest men to protest. Air. Richmond . tuyn'eriously but again most emphatically utterances of the holy vedaa had his triandisposed of has given complete satisfaction, great dally two years, reigning in Bfpletu-berl8Lve. Richmond ......I SOlin 1 25 pml flag, with his indirdual device upon Times the results are in every case all that and gular "damaged Arr. Winchester...- -! 7 05 a ml 2 25 am..., His ban piece of work wa re- bundled out. The plea wss could be desired. 8 C8 a m 8 25 a ra Arr Paris.... Bucklen's Arnica Safro Rill reason there were a lot of It and planted at the corner of his elevated With thanks lo the Enler)rlie. which result of the prima porting the correct 7 25 a in 2 40 p ml 4 20 pm Lve. Lexington . tailed my attention to It and to the Brad- The beat Salre In tho world for Cuts. Brnlict travellers who had been unceremoniously platform, where he expounded, advised 8 20 a m 8 SO p m 5 20 pm Lve Parlt Held regulator U)., tne proprietors or this rte of lh ontlro S'ali iu the Knott Bait Bhcum, I'erer Sores. Tetter, Chapped " Cynthlana. 8 53 a m 3 B8 p m 5 54 pm gnat boon, I am grateful yours, 2 1 hours before, and who could and placed the "mark of the beast" upon Sorci, and Jone contest the next morning aftei halted there " Falmouth.. 9 55 a m 4(i p m S 67 pm Hands, Chilblain, Corna and allBkln Eruption, j. w. 1UVIS. orthodox offtbo foreheads of deyotces, in 11 80 a m 6 00 p m 8 45 pm be no longer detained. The badgered Arr. Covington ., P. S. You can publish thl or not, at and poa ltlrely curoa Piles, or no pay req ulrej. I, coun y meeting vrer held. The difficulty you see fit, but for the benefit o women, I whose paint of the genuine pattern, Here as else- - la guaranteed to gUo perfect aatlifactlon, or money attending this may be undentood when It icials preferred a fresli lot to those nope you will. MAYSYIXI.E BRANCH. become solidified and organized where "orthodoxy" is "my doxy," hetero- refunded. Trico 25 cents per box. For tale by known that fully fifty couutiea hadn't a wrath had Penny A McAllitcr. Any one wbodoubts the genuineness of tbo above during thoir unpleasant detention. As for doxy somebody eleo's doxy, and tho teach No. El, 1157557 i railroad or telegraph line in their borders can write to Mr. Davis, whowlllglve all particuDally Dally unfortunates, half asleep, dszed by the ers are as commendably earnest as they are Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Ex. Sun. Ex. Bun. Manof the special messengers rode forty us lar. midnight arrival, and helpless, at best, we incommendably incorrect. But none lack Wo emphatically guaranteo Dr. Marchlal's mill to railroad stations, one in eastern 2 00 pm a Female Itemed y, t cure Fomale Dis Eeod for cur book containing valuable tnforma- - Lve Covington...... Hlndoolsm abounds in tccte, is wo could in followers " Lexington 7 25 a m 4 20 pm Kentucky riding a relay of horsea seventy stowed ourselved away as best eases, auch as Ovarian troubloi, Inflammation and ion for women. It will be mallei free to appli' Pari 8 20 a in 6 23 pm the waiting rjoms and waittd in very deed 9 infested with them, in fact, and the people Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing ArrMlllersburg..., miles. He planned and carried out the 8 17am 5 48 pm being "exceedingly zeal- down felling, Irregularities, .Barrenness, Change o i cants. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., " Carlisle 9 C8 a m 0 10 pin nd Mr. Haldetnan footed the hour, in the dim hopefulnees that the next love to have it eo, whole thiug " Johnson 10 08 a m 7 07 pm Box 28, AtlanU. Ga. train might havo a rpire compartment. ous" and jetloui of tbo "traditions of their Lifc,Leuchorrha:a, basldca many wcaknosseaaprlng " Maysvllle...., to 50 a m. 750pm large bills without n murmur. During the For sale by DR. M. L. BOURNE, Stanford, Ky. log from tbe above, like Headache, Bloating, Spiin tho LOUD, feeble as it was, fathers." Ko. ti No. 54 Cleyeland campaign le, did special work Oar trust Blcepleaaneas, Nervous Debility, Dally wImI others would call a Dally as poei nal Weakness, was honored by One broad avenue, kept as clean Palpitation of tho Heart, Ac. For aalo by Drug-glstfor the N Y. llVUin Ohio and afterwards Ex. Bun. Ex. Bun "lucky hit" Sure enough there was a ble by the police, runs down the centre of Prlcea St and 81 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. held an editorial position on the fnmo pa 5 45 a m 2 45 p m Lve Mayavllle.... spare computuiont, juit the thing we want- tbe extemporized city to the bathing point, J. B. Marchlsl, Ulica, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. 6 27 a m 3 28 pm " Johnson per. After several months he returned lo For aalo bv Penny A McAllater, Druggists. 7 20 a in 4 25 p m Carlisle ....... ed most In ceaseless streams from early dawn till Louisville for personal nraotu and was 7 48 a ra 4 47 pm Mlllersburg . Allnhabid wo found our dar breth midday (when special virtue in the waters At 8 15 a m 5 IS p ra Excitement in Texas, -- rtriQUISVIUt.MtwAIBAST Arr rani.......... .. CWCAC.0 fiflfc- given the managing editorship of the Gu 9 10 a in tlOpa " Lexington ' w Great excitement baa been cau'ed In tho vicini He ren Lucas and Foroian waiting for us at the cease) the worshippers pour to and fro. II 80 a m 8 45 pm " Covington .... mereiaf, which he held until recently. dismal hour of 3 A. u, We were sleeping Men, women and ohildren, tb.e latter, how- ty of Paris, Texas, by tho remarkable recovery of Through Coaohos and Pullman ii at present the L.3slelatle cjrrespondcnl who waa so Note. Trains 8 and 4 are dally between Winjust before the train ran into the station, ever very often plunged shrieking with Mr. J. K, Corley,ratio his bead;belpleaa be could not stooping cars. everybody said be of the LiuUvilli Im( and also the Kenturn In bed, or chester, Lexington and Covington; other tralnf and bad no tiui to "pull ourselves togeth terror and cold int) the moat unpleasantly was dying of Consumption. Atrial bottle ot Dr. am dally except Sunday. tucky pi rosentatlve of several Nw York, From Direct conn ctlonsaro made at Winchester with He e'j" o we landod In fragmentary condition frigid water, alike test the virtue of the King's New Discovery was sent blm. Finding re Loiusrlllo lo Chicago, Chesapeake & Ohio for Mt, Sterling, Ashland, Philadelphia and Caicio papers a large bottle and a box of Dr Huntington, Cbarlestoo, W. Va., and Eastern citnot to be described. I don't think in all sanctifying streams with every appearance lief, be bought gives Mr. Watlcrson full credit for muchpf ies. Klng'sNew Life Pills, and by tbe time he bad to Chicago, efficacy. Clucliiutiit the viciaaitudea of travel we ever reached of faith in their Fast Line.-- Nos. 8 and 4 run via Winchester, taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ot the Dishit euccea and continued advancement and Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cart between A special blessing comes to those who covery be was well and had gained in flesh any place in so many pieces. We were lutllniinpollis (o Chicago Cincinnati and Rlchiaond, Va., and Winchester lookeupon him as bis best ami truest and Washington, D. C simply twn carriago loads of broken bits, shave the hair of the bead, save a diminu pounds. Trial bottles ot this Croat DiscovThrough tickets and baggage checked to any friend. His journalistic csreer baa been ery for Consumption free at Penny 4 McAUatcr's. THROUGH TIME TABLE destination reached by a railroad. age and ho Is of Out the love that waited for us at 3 o'clock tive scalp lock, and a feature of tho mela is marvelous for ono of his W. II. WHITTLESEY, 8. F. I). MORSE, in tho morning took usai we were and with the innumerable shocks of human hair thus Via Louisville; Positive Cure for Piles. Pasaenger Agent, Trav. Pass. Agent, the right stufi to continue his upward Lexington, Ky Covington, Ky. unexampled patience stowed us away. At taken od and burned as votive offerings. ot this county we would say that To the people Mr. O'Sulllvaa Is whole hf tl and U. W. FULLER, C. W. SMITH, course Lve. Louisville., "7 45 am 11 40 pm we bare been given the Agency of Dr. Marchlsl' a Oeperal Manager. nn. 8 80 pin 8 10 am lb.-- th3 Jumna Mission House we went to bed, The great avenue is a splendid and continArr, Lafayette.. I fancy free, but the girls who look upon guaranteed 8 20 p m' 8 00 a m " Chicago..... Italian Pile portrayed above will and slept late into the morning before being uous bzar where one can purchase almcst to cure or money refunded Internal, External, handsome features aroused. The dear Lucaars entertained anything. Tne Hindoo has a sharp eye to Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. Via Cincinnati: wonder why some damsel has not laid th,e entire troupe from that on, 15 days of trade in his religion and tries to make Ii For sale by Penny A McAllater, Drugglsta. BeneJ T7 30 a m 16 45 p m Cincinnati Lv. Indianapolis.-.......eelge to his heart and made him a "CHICHESTER'S EMC. 3H." 12 45 p tu 11 20 p m " ... as unremitting and affectionate hospitality pay as he goee along. The faqlrs abound. The Orlirinnl mid Only ft't.niiirv. rVAaf Can Be Done ? 8 20 p m I 8 65 a m -.-- 1 dict noM rofen. Arr. Chicago. R.wanof wortht. ..inttatlwii. Safe and alwavi R.1UUI. could have rendered their own kith Some streets aro devoted to them. Here is a ready, graceful and a they and keeping up courage many loll.pn,.tU to LADIES. l Syf By trying again JW l Mr. O'Bullhran Dally tbally except. Sunday. le. "CklekNtV ElUi" an4 111. MtOi.1 . .ul oiklL and kin, had they been in our stead. every form of devoteelam known to India things seemingly lmpoailbis may be attained. (tamp.) to ui fr puU.uUr, l.ll.r b r trn writer and finds time occasionally pleasing . Be sure jonr ticket reads via the NAME PAPER. fl.h..l-I'l.- t the first day of our arrival we had can be feen iu an hour. It is a dreadful Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver From 8l8MJlu flimrts i'L..i., l'. to toy with the muses. He has written a Aik rrr 'tblrhe. Sold kr DracsUt. vtrywhr-r- . sight, indeed, to witneea what acta of tnutll Complaint hare been cured by Electric Bitters, blessUr1! ErUoM" I'fnn jural l'llla. 1,. . number of poems, and the current number services, and from first to last a most MONON after everything else had been tried in vain. 8o and distortion a human being can de don't think there la no cure for you, but try ElecDear Henry Forman laid ation of the Chicago Current contains a Tery In. ed meeting. (L. N. A. A C. R'y) as tt la the quickest, the best s, himself out In getting us a hearing and he llberately practice to save his soul. Dwa-tric Bitters. Therelsno medlolnoso safe, sopuro and most direct line to Chicago and points one by hlni geolous Kleclrlo Bitters in tbo Northwest. lusm natunz in man or beast, born deformt and so perfect a Blood Purifier. "We are sell succeeded. First in a tent and hall in the Tickets via tbeMonon Route on The Giddv Cbkatureb. abortions of humanity, are all will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Dlaeaaes of cipal ticket offices. For rate, mapsale at all prinfirst at 4:30 andWn the latter at 6:30 r. M., ties, hideous and lull in the Kldneya. Inraluabl In affections of Stomach ing a great many false bangs," raid a hair- addreas we bad the joy of beginning in Allahabad, at a premium here, and flock to tbe holy and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties, formation, B.BALDWIN, O P. A., Chicago. WM. dresser. SuppA. J. O'RblLLY, G. d. A., Louisville. and afterwards at the Baptist chapel until spot for exhibition and worship as flies Largs Bottle only 50 cent a bottle at Penny A "For ladle?" Inquired the reporter. halt and McAllater. all the we took our departure. Brother Dann, in gather around honey. The lame, "No, for young men, Bangs aw a hi u.n im l.4 l WI LL YOU 8UFFEB with Dyspepala and Livtbe Baptist flock, treated us most blind swarm and line the highwavs everyrage now and eTery young man must have charge of Intuits uf tlut cltu i asking alms. Theplaoe is in this er Complaint! Shtloh'a Vltallzer guaranteed to ose Mustang Liniment only good sriva rnjti'. An I ruisaum. C.p. ti Many of them are bald, or their hair courteously, and his members were our where a'tiiMt unlv.r..! one. rl TO 1 U1TS.' cure you. For rait by M. L. Bourne. for horses? It is for inflamma-tio- n ra.rs.ai.-v- t b.t most constant attendants. I shall never respeot a walking hospital and most pitiful ""'WVRPHV BR0a THAT HACKINO COUOHIIcanbe ao quickly is too thin on the forehead, so they call on uMBlrlur. The kind superintendent ot fuii. Tu of all flesh. forget how kindly they received us. It is a tr.h.hnl.1. Q has von the favor s eured by Shlloh's Cure. Wa guarantee It. M. L. wrj.ot, k,it us to help them. We make a bang that ttu public in4 now raaat procured ui two elephants as a favor Bourn. vim CitsUalOo. distinguished from the genuine little odd that one of "Bpurgeon'a boys" police .u mnK in. if anin can not be we 8LEEPLES3 NlOilTS, made miserable by that . , " should turn up as a welcomer of my gos- to Bister Lucas, whom he knew, and auirif arttole. It Is fastened on with wires and terrlbU cough, ahlloh'a Cura la the remedy for jbio, ,rfm a moment and UttiUrtil. I N. pel. You remember that Lembouroe and were out o! the crush in VM1 ti'riSr' neatly combed'looks very nice. v you. "or jU.h M. I.. Buuiuo , wlen t'ntiS' v ywucd tasio etrjf.Lli. fruia iuo GUIeep.e, iu East London, ncn umuutj cur Y San B GEO. O. BARNES. oahu. T HE BARS ARE DOWN Tm &milffliftl of Inaugurated at com-forlab- COSWTIKIUES FOR IS DAYS LOBS Lightning Low Prices Has Struck All tow Man-asse- the Store. rccl;. - lo GIVE THESE GOODS. Cor-se- ta m, &. powms & m s n 01" BOURNE bald-htads- 1 !t BOURNE'S, GEflUL each-othe- r, GRATITUDE SOUTH-BOW- l, d. ,.. 8l ctr-rlage- ." Noaiu-BOOM- aorjTU-BoriK- a. thlr-ty-i- tx Olntment-emphatlc- ally -. '- ROUTE, Did you 1 ad-ui- ub' ,v.v r r if t I The condition of Secretary Manning la pompous strut and arrogant msnaer, htsald iNanothor column appears an extract! dude to wait from a letter from a soldier to his home I reported critical, but a shado improved. aloud: "I want no sand-hil- l paper at Bowling Green, showing that the The physician declares Hint tho greatest on mo, I can tell Via ev'ry where I see 'em packed committee srnt to investieate the danger of a dreaded second attack will have by their uaeliminatod country cuts, tight March 30, 18S6 treatment of convicts at Greenwood and gone away in a week's time. buttoned over their cadaverous etumachs." Stanford, Ky The engineers of the Chesapcako A Then turned to see tho tflect on tho fellow went with the Intention of findelsewhere, T flROYAL M&'flf W ing fault whether It existed or not. We Nashville have run an experimental lino (In the mirror) who turned with llko W. P, WALTON. know Messrs. Hoge, Dindrldgo and others from Glasgow to the Chesapeake & South hauteur nnd importance, just as a bland of the firm of Mason. Foard & Co , and western road, which thoy claim will mako a clerk all over smiles said: "lousco an Th.k strike on the Missouri Pacific prom bslieve them Incapable of permitting bru- line much shorter from Louisville to Nash- old friend, n familiar form, eh?" "No, sir; ises to end in the deeit of the strikers ond tality toward tho convicts. Tuoy are hu- ville than the L. A N , and it is said that by no means, sir; behold his physiognomy, it condemns him, sir. Why in my county, no fair minded man who baa obicrred thoir mane, high toned gentlemen and If tho re- tho rosd will be built. methods nnd the almost total abeecc of port of the one sided committee is against I)n Prewitt, who was sued for baatar Lincoln, sir, we do not allow snob looking . Rrounds for complaint, will regret their them we shall think it has been doctored dy and $1,000 damages by Miss Minnie individuals to run at large, by no means, failure. Grand Master Powderly says it for a purpose. Adams, compromised the case iu the Fay- sir; old Lincoln has moro respect for the and has was unprovoked and ette County Court by paying $900 in cash reputation of tho comlines of her sons, The Edmunds resolution to confirm no made severs! propositions to Mr. Gould r ir- appointment made by the President to fill to the plaintiff. Miss Adams appear- sir. I am J. Peter Chandler, gentlemen, looking to o compromise, but that gentle sixmontha-ol- d caild following In the stein of one whoso shoes a vacancy occasioned by tho removal of an ed In court with her man refuses hisoverturei because the knights officer, unless the executive shall furnish and n basket of written by I expect to wear, sirs." And Petrr was de'1 lighted with the tlT'ct of his English (?) refuted his company's advances when tho his reasons for such removal together with Prewitt from tlmo to time. r$MM ? strike was first inaugurated. He howev- the papers in each case, passed the Senate The River and Harbor Appropriation for all the whllo tho clerks were roaring S' ij. er ofl(M to take the men back to work Saturday by a strictly party vote. The re- bill, as completed by the Holies Commit- with hughtcr. it. fir s should acwithout prejudice and this the tee, makes a total appropriation of $15,-1publicans think they can throw suspicion OARRARD COUNTf DEPARTMENT. cent without further ado. Mr. Gould ar on Mr. Cleveland's civil service utterances available 1.200. which will become Lancaster. gues courteously, bat positively that his by this course and gain some party capital immediately upon the passage of the bill Mr. J P. Sandifer, of the Citizens Nacompany had just as well force the matter by it, but the peop'e are with tho president Of tho amount the Kentucky gets $250,000, to a direct Issue now as later. Tho Knights und he will triumph as fully over his ene- the Oaio OiW.lhW, me csjuiu r or of iii tional Bsnk, who has been absent for a This powder neve r Turin. A marvel ol purity. SfkoxXV mL . had violated a positive agreement with him mies of the Senate as Old Hickory Jackson Cumberland $5,000 and the Louisville week iccaperntinp, has returned to hie work atronglh soil ii ore economical than the ordinary kinds, and rcn not be o!J In much Improved. not to strike until all efforts at arbitration did. harbor $200,000. companion Mr ThorasB Carroll, aged 72 voire, weight alutn with lb uiullltuJeof loir Ut, short or phosphate pawdrrs. Sold only in had failed. He could not treat with a law A dispatch from Paris says: A duel lloral. lUKiNd PowniK Co., Base Ball season opens pretty lively. morning of diabetes. His cici. The dlcd.Thursday Any negotiations with breaking forco. The Bucket ; & Water was foueht on the field of Waterloo be .I08 Wall Btrwt, N. V. The Charleston and Philadelphia clubs remains were interred in the Lancaster such a force would be unwise and useless. tween Madame Valsayre, a French woman, played their first game last Thursday at cemstcry Friday after funeral services by Terms made with it would not ba a settleIi an lmproTement on any rump or Iterator jet and Miss Shelby, an American. Both are exRev. G. Worth Yancey. InrtuUsl. The cup deaccndlng lull of air and u. a triumph of force Charleston and the telegraph brings the ment of difficulties, bet medical students, and quarreled as to the rending full of water, circulate ths air Irom U. citing information that the centre-fielde- r Col. Sim M, Burdett, who has been in MT. VERNON, KY. toto to top of cittern or well, reujorlng wiggle , over tho law of the land. It would mean of French and American dortreeees. water bugi, and rendering lb water pure, removof the Charlestons broke his knee cap, merits Louisville for a week past, being treated nothing in their judgment, but new troubing all color, bad taite or mull. Thfi rump uai Shelby was slightly wounded in the Miss This oM and Hotel li still main- an Improrrd chain; no llnke to get twitted: each for, weak eyes, has returned to Frankfort meantime the Gov- which will disable him for life, and another arm. and her adversary declared les and worse. In the her taining lla fine perniaoenur, ana member of the same club lost a valuable and resumed his work as correspondent for Bptcial attention reputation. Charges reaaonable. cun iiaoiuereu gatranlted Iron laintlead ola link, a tint piece ol tiilfcl. lla nnf ernors of four States, Missouri, Kansas, Arto the traveling public. self sathfied. purcluM a pump until you ee thli. finger, It is hardly necessary to state that tho Times He will be compelled to wear ji. xEircoxn, iwr, kansas and Texas, have issued proclamaPowderly has issued a Very reepectmllr, Grand Master SMm with these mishaps the home club was glasses the remainder of his life. ill. Vernon, Ky. W. II. IIIGGINrJ. tions declaring their intention to invoke protest against the unnecessary strike and overwhelmingly defeated. As the District Sabbath School Conthe whole power of their 8tatoa to protect boycott of the Missouri Pacific by the 2Sth of April, the resumption of railroad trade and to arKnights ot Labor, in which be says: Strikes vention meets in your city the THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. School Conrest and punish all who seek to unlawfully avoided; boycotts must be avoided. the Garrard county Sanday must be A bill for the benefit of Lincoln coun vention is called to meet in Lancaster the prevent it. The military In all those States Those who boast must be checked by their ty in subrcribing stock in railroads was re- week previous. A programme will be arare practically under arms and it is Mid assemblies. No move must be made until jected in the House. Federal troops have been ordered to been appealed ranged and an interesting time is expected, that the court of list resort hai The Senate passed the bill to pay Despite the Inclement weather of FriSt. Louis. The strike has now lasted three to. Threats of violence must not be made. the Special Jndges and Commonwealth Attor- Politicians must be hushed up or driven day the supper for the benefit of the weeks and the situation in some of neys $7 a day, to be taken out of the salaOwsley R:fles was quite well patronized. towns along the road Is becoming alarming out. Obedience to the laws of Knightries of the regular officers. both as to fuel and supplies. over those of The net proceeds was tomethlng over $50 hood must have preference Governor has signed the gamb which will help the boys considerably. The Dealers In all klntiof Later. Jay Gould has consented to an ling The and it Is now a penitentiary of any other order. bill success of the supper is largely due to the Powderly ha ordered arbitration and Mr. Oa Tuesday last as Mr. Tho. II. fense to own, run or have any interest whatthe Knights back to work. In resuming Spradlin was leaving Burnside for this untiring energy of the Lancaster ladies to ever in a gambling-houswhom the boys will ever be Indebted. operations Mr. Gould says: "We will give place with a load of goods, he met with a The Covington Commonwealth says In Mr. Thomas Martin Johnston, a popupreference to our late employes whether severe loss. In driving on the boat to dilar young business man ot this place, will Labor or not, except speaking of the passage of the House bill they are Knights of cross the Cumberland river the fastenings viding the pauper county of Ballard and Wednesday to that wo will not employ any person who creating the county of Carlisle: This is of the boat broke loose and started out in be married at Richmond Miss Effie Potts, a belle of that city. The has injured the company's property durthe river with the mules on the boat and one of the dirtiest jobs 'of the session. It ceremony will occur at the residence of the ing the late strike. Nor will we discharge Baggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Wool, Grain, Seeds, Goal and thewason on the bank. The result was Lumbar, call at- service with the is for the benefit of a man who has land to that both wagon and team disappeared be bride's grandfather, Mr. W. N. Potts, of the any person who has taken sell for a county seat, and to make provis tentfon to their during said strike." been recover- Bonanza Mills, and will be performed by company the water and have not s who neath ions for a lot of hungry Rev. Jno. Reeves. Immediately after the ed. Mr. Spradlin escaped unhurt. It is Advisory Committee to want to fill county offices. It will be a The Joint ceremony Mr. Johnston and his accomplish ferry company is reeponii the Greenwood troubles recommends pauper county and a perpetual burden to thought the ed bride will return here. We tender con ble. Loss about $700. fMcnticello Sigthat the State while standing by its con- the State. gratulations. nal. tract with Mason, Foard A Co., take advanMrs. R. H. Young and Miss Fannls MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The President tent to Congress the f that contract tage of the provision the Civil Service Huflmau went to Winchester Friday to visit annual report of The cost of the troops at Greenwood is third which enables it to withdraw the conyicts Commission, accompanied with a message Mrs. Richard Embry. Miss Ray Fox refrom their service when sufficient accommo- said to be $125 per day. in which he indorses a new civil service re turned to her borne at Elton, Ohio, Sature and a $10,-00- 0 Peoria's $35,009 dations shall be provided for them, after form, adding that wherever "It has gained day. Mirses May Ferguson, of Covington, elevator at Indianapolis burned. giving the company six months' notice. It a foothold it has steadily advanced in the and Minnie Alexander, of Mlneapolls, are Thirty eight horses and one man per further recommends an appropriation for Miss esteem of those charged with public ad- guests of Miss 8allle Anderson. TO'Wlt: BandallDlaeor WhelHaimw. Thmn.. n..,ki.. ii .... . .. .. the branch penitentiary and advises the re- ished in a burning livery stablest Kansas Georgio Moore, a Lower Garrard belle, was ministrative duties, while the people who Kowera, Challee peal of the law allowing convicts to be City. vliiting Miss Kate Wherritt. Mr. Sam M. S" l:Dont 'nm and Cheek I'lanlert Combleed. TtUccaUr Hand IMant. era, rum and A man who died at Burlington (la.) desire good government have constantly Sro0eayjS,rnTin.,llU Cn,,1"te". "" workedin coal mines. A minoiity report many other confirmed in the high estimate of Its Anderson and wife, of Louisville, are visitbeen suggests the annulment of the contract un the other day left $100 to the reporter who value and efficiency." The whole num- ing Mr. Anderson's parents near town. should write the "best obituary" of him. less the company shall cease working conMsjor Ferdinand D. Rlgney, of Casey, is The "Peachblow vase," sold at the ber of persons examined under the act is victs in coal mines; that the law be reless than two thirds suc in town. Mrs. Elizabeth Mytri continues 17,491, of theee pealed and that the soldiers be withdrawn Morgan art sale in New York for $18,000, -year 1,876 were to lie In a critical condition. was originally purchased in China for $200. ceeded. During the last from Greenwood. The Mason A Foard A woman Is a candidate for superin- - appointed under the law and for the last It was a popular wntiment in favor of Company proposed to the Committee, and two years 4.176. About 2,000 democrats stamping out the vice that pissed the the proposition is apparently fair, that in- lenaeni oi ecnoois tn .Lyon county ana as and the same number of republicans have gambling bill, and for the creation of that Is asmuch as they have gone to great expense it not a constitutional office she can hold been appointed under the act. sentiment Mr. Young E. Allison, of the In getting ready to perform their part of it if elected. The Postmaster General reports that Louisville Iruth, is chit II y responsible. As CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. rethe contract with the State and have fourth-clas- s postmasters associate editor of the Commercial he made Is the one that carries tho Urgent and ceived no dividends from such outlay, they 8,C35 removals of Choicest garden seeds In bulk at Hutch-ing- s it exceedingly warm for were made from March 4, 1885, to March the gamblers of will agree if the State wishes to annul the & Chadwick's. 3, 1886, inclusive. Louisville, and so aroused the better elecontract, to take $100,000 and deliver to it Best Patent fbur at lowest prlco at ment to sense of The Assistant Secretary of the Treasu a their duty that a league their entire plant, their manufactured and Hutchings A Chadwick's. against the vice was formed that we doubt unmanu'acturei goods and their contract ry wants Congress to make an appropriation seed potatoes at Choice Northern to provide for Btoring room for the accumu not will lead to its total suppression in this with the two coal companies. For $40,000 Ilutchings A Chadwick's lating silver dollars. SUtc. Mr. Allison is a public benefactor. they offer to turn over to the State all their Ourficllltlcf lor bujlngand tbedlecountion thn great quantltlra we buy euabl ui to glre better Farmers' supplies and everything in The Citizens' Committee of Mason Owensboro Messenger. ,, c iu,u u vur. stores and improvements at the two mines, family groceries at Ilutchings & Chad- county haye decided to give Mr. Huntingbut retain their manufactured goods, and Another hero of the war has gone Stone wick'. ton a guarantee for the balanco of bo allowed to store them free of charge in German immigrants to Mr. Olten- - wall Jackson's venerable war horse. But through that county. the warehouses belonging to the State. If colony continue to arrive, and our let us hope that it may not provoko anothGen. Logan has presented a bill in the hcimer'd intention of the Legislature to set it is the people are glad to see them come. er general ditcusion of Ihe war by tho Senate to increaso the enlisted men in the tie the convict matter It seems that the way Mr. J. R Lawless has returned from Northern jacksscs. Calcago Times. army to 30,000. Wo have more soldiers Is open for It, either in the adoption of the New Orleans, where he took in the Mad now than earn their salt. majority report of the Committee or in says To the People ot the Eighth Judicial District The Louisville Common Pleas Court Gras, but did not go to Florida. He the acceptance of the proposition of the everything is blooming lovely in the of Kentucky, Hut we- decides that the Pullman Car Company is company. My attention has J ait been cal'cd to tho followSouth; but the children charing cucumresponsible for property lost by passengers ber yines to catch the cucumbers were fur- ing article, which appeared In the Bomertet 7?e- The State Geologist, John B. Procter, while traveling in its cars. porltr under date of llarch 23tb: has presented his side of the case in the Ardell "Wright obtained a verdict in ther South than his visit extended. 'It Is thought that an effort will be made, br On the way to Stanford Saturday democratic judicial candidates ol this dlitrlctto management of the Kentucky department the Marion circuit court for $10,000 against of the Louisville and New Orleans Expo- the L A N. Railroad for the killing of his morning Larkin Wells and F. T. Pollard have Pulaakl county nut out ol the district In came near having a serious accident; the order to lmurn their election. Thli sort of gerry- 8 trslght through en all ooils handlrd by 111. Wa havenow thr larrest sition, which is decidedly creditable to him son near Williamsburg in 18S2. city andall we ask you 1. to call and examine our goods' r rUght ,0 lhl' e of the buggy broke and both mandering will doubtlces work dliutrloaily to was evidently instigated by Msj. Lawrence The Wayne republicans nominated coupling-poltho canuiaates it not succesaful. Pulukl demomalice and spite in his letter to the Senate a county ticket and instructed its delegates were thrown out on the pike but sustained crats, what do you think of It f Shall we submit asking for an investigation of the matter for Col. T. Z. Morrow for Judge and John no Injury further than getting well be- to being kicked out of the district to which we havo belonged o many yfnri and whore our and charging Mr. Procter with being un- W. Yerkes for Commonwealth's Attorney. smeared with mud. hare been woven Into a builness connecSimon H. Gormley, of Lexington, is on any trust Imposed upon him. worthy of Cashier Ogilby, of the collapsed New tion, which juration would caute roach trouble and sisters here. Si and expense i7 MuitHll this be done Juit to grat Some of the letters and postal cards of tho Brunswick, N. J., Savings Bank, was sent a visit to his mother Major to him are so pserile and spiteful as to the Asylum at Trenton as a lunatic. In mon Is doing a profitable business in Lex- Ify a man or let of men who hare not the merit ability to win an honest race 7 Theerll may to make the suggestion that he is in his wrecking the bank he wrecked his intel ington and looks extremely well, Sam and come, never but ancflortls talked of and our peo Kennedy, of Jelico, Is home on a visit to dotage, the only charitable one in tho lect. pie may as well bo comlderlng It." to friends as he departs for The Louisville lima' Washington cor- bid farewell premises. The gencroui support which the pooplo of I'u- respondent thinks that Judge Caleb West, Kansas City in a few days. Mrs. Charlotte liikl bare heretofore glren mo In pas t contnti It Is Baid that "Warren carried Russell of Cyntbiana, stands a good chance of re- Adami, of Nicholaayllle, I on a visit to (when I bad a right to expect inch tupport,) as well as the reipect and high esteem which I en county. How did he do it? How about ceiving the appointment as Governor of her neices, the Misses Diltion. Miss Lurn tertaln for the poople ol tho county, forbid that I those two precincts that were not counted? DSiLBUIMDoores Is visiting In Lancaster. Utah. ibould let tho lnilauatlon In this article go unSomerset Banner. Only one precinct In a drunken fight between cowboys A report reached here yesterday that challenged. was elected Commonwealth's Atwas not reported, Rowena, or Lairsville, and citizens at Tacosa, Tex., five men were EJ Loe, colored, was shot blind while at- torney In this district six years ago and I bcllere Drugs, Books, Stationery and and that according to rrliablo information killed, including Jesse Sheets, an innocent tempting to steal corn from John Holmes' that the people of the district will endotso at the Fancy Articles. gave Mr. Warren not lees than 0 and proba- hotel proprietor, and two men several crib: that John had been rriesing corn and ensuing Auguit election tbo nomination which my party cou furred upon mo on tho Ctb of March- - Physicians' piescrlptloni accurately compounded bly 12 majority. If Mr. "Warren's friends wounded. AliO put a negro man In the crib to watch; that Ian content for the district to remain as It la and did not kick about this wo certainly can't A. N. Kellogg, tho originator of tho Lee entered the crib and ehot nt the man I avail myself of this opportunity to say In tbo see how Mr. Waddle's can. "patent outside" scheme for country news- on watch, who returned the fire; but wheth most unequivocal and emphallo terms that I have never asked or sought in person or through my Although, defeated at the polls by 2,000 papers, died at ThornBville, Fla., whither er blinding Lee from tho effect of powder friends or othor persons, cither directly or lodl- - Tho Largest Etook of Watches, Clocks, votes, the infamous Ohio Legislature has ho had gone in search of relief from a com- or woundinc him with shot, could not be icctly, that tho county of Tulaskl or any other Jewoliy and Silverware bination of liver and lung troubles. stated that John county bo legislated out of or oil ol this district; learned. It wai further seated the notorious nojro, Bob Harlan, The Senate Committee on poatoffices took Leo home, and when be k locked at nor will I In person or through my friends or oth- Kver bought to this market Prices lowar than from a Cincinnati district. The democratic er persoce, either directly or Indirectly, lent mythe Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lto-party in the Stato will dwervo contempt if will report adversely a number of postmas the door Lee's wife called out to know if he self to auy such attempt. I aui satisfied with the patrcd on short cotieo ud Warranted. district as It 1. II tho Legislature sees fit In itt they quietly Bubmit to so glaring an out- ters to take tho place of suspended officers "got the corn." WsWWjMSJaVaMMSaaMMM--in cases where no charges were filed against, any o; Mr. Peter Chandler desired me to keep wisdom to make any otiangvi or rage. tbo judicial districts, that Is 0 question which that excepting cases where the latter has made the people posted on his doings in Frank& The Legislature has been going on for no objection to his removal, body alono has oxcluslvo control of, and not myfort, hence tbo following: lie went into a self. It shall bo tbo act of that body alone, In waruos. .Vwiwuprfi-- n raan nM several dollar " three months and like the brook promise mlill Platform IVncon.- fSeK. A bill by the Chairman of the House fashionable clothing establishment scoa af- which I will bare neither part r.or lot Iu having to tne rim Prlco. Wo havo no to go on forovcr. It has co.it on an averago aimnii. but for la.l.r. ...:; '.Z Committee on Libor was introduced in ter his arrival there, which was furnished done. I havo full confidence In the loyalty and ll.HllAll with ,L consumer. tho of $1,000 a day and as it has passed only """"'ere, wiw privi' Congress yesterday. It Is entitled "A bill with a large mirror on tho right of tho en- fidelity of tbo democracy of FulsiLi county and IfBOof cinmlulnir before bur tbat-tbothree laws of any general value, tho State jJHHfv,9HHHHMfliV will glvo me n btarty and cheerDa. Wo rm freight chargi-sTcreating boards of arbitration for the speedy try door the clerks were all in the rear of beilovc ful suppott fjr Cominoiiwciltli's Attorney at tbo has paid pretty high for the whistle. ft'PTETWT"? b)T3M3r9 Wnrrantoverythlnjrforliyoa! settlement of controversy and difTeremcsn the store and as Poter walked in he saw ensuing August election. It, C. Warskn. Oneiiricoonlv, Platform Spring V y I YxJ v Vvnv VS? I The Richmond Jtcgklcr argue in fa- between common carriers engaged in inter- - some oco striding parallel with him, of c asMsBaJhaOsVI CATAKKH OIIKEO, health and sweet breath rv'.'.v."u: " vor of the yanage of Win Thompson con- P' n. ("ill fVrr?'nM!ll r.mn-nr- n r lint!..'... nVll ?yie,1t,"l!,'r',"0.P, wn"yrldfori3i2a: Ourllc proportions and dignified bearing. secured by SMloh'i Catarrh' Itcniedy. Price 60c. spiracy bill. uiiU tuipioyes.1 Feeling slightly annoyed I17 the fellow's Nasal lajector fiw. For sals by 11. L. IkxuDo. J love-lctle- m AKiri a- G POWDER Absolutely Pure. I2SK j. y r j. I mmv NEWCOMB MOTEIi well-kno- Purifier j WEAREN & MENEFEE, . e. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, office-seeker- con-eid- er poor-hous- Large Assortment of TTnwmva Corn Planters and Cultivators, "TJiV".? I" P THE HOUSE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BEST STOOKofGOODS f right-of-wa- We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, -- T nHSAHT TO GUT PRICES &. METCALP FOSTER Praift -- s- - PHARMACISTS, fAlit f X JEWELERS. -- UrSPAPrT CARRIAGE "' HARNESS Rfl'F'C CO ddpa y dSaiBEt9iKLx 1 ma-jfsti- .. ra; XKotiioaizjM.-in-.,.- . 600 nri Jr . Ebrb wanted at Waters i & Riney V, RELIGIOUS. Revs Evans and Hopper are storming XKYI AfiVKUTIRKSLllTh.. A cariN, lot of tlio latent style in visiting just receive! at thii office. be added to all Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON, karcli 30, 188G Five per cent, will Mcucfce, SLoriff. 111 ll- not paid by next county - Duolnoeo Managor. Mil. H. ourt 77ft? StanfordWoolen Mills. the cohorts of datan at Somerset. Dr. John A. Broadus has collected, in taxes day. J. N. one week, $00,000 to erect buildings for Holiest Mnrket Price Paid for Wool. the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Tho oldest Episcopal church in the country is that in Williamsburg, Va. It contains the font iu which Pocahontas was bsptfzKl, In the pnst fourteen yours Southern Methodism Ins increased JO per cent, in preachers, 61 per cent, in rnoinbers, 57 per cent, in Sunday-schoo- ls, 70 per cent, in scholars and '192 per cent, iu collections. Rev. R B. Mahony and wifo will remove to RIchrrond this week, whero they will live while Mr, Mahony serves the old and wealthy Republican church half of hie time nnd two other important churchrs d In the county tho other half. We them to the good people of their future home. Rev. W. O. Goodloe, of Lancaster, writes us a follow: 'Tho Executive Com- nittteo of the Kentucky Sunday School Union has appointed a convention for Southeastern Kentucky to be held in Stanford, May 28,29 and 30. Tho following counties compose the district: Lincoln, Boyle, Mercer, Washington, Marlon, Taylor, Green, Adair, Russell, Wayne, Pulaski, Whitley, Casey, Knox, Bell, Clay, Laurel, Rockcastle, Jackson, Madison and Garrard. Delegates will be present from all these counties It is hoped. Mr. Wlshard, the agent of the 8. S. Union, will spend a month in this district creating an interest All in this work and the convention." papers of the district will please copy. cum-men- WALL PAPER ! 3. 4 vl r I, 4 Melt i .LOCAL TIME CARD. train it going Korth ii ,.......,. Kxpret strain" OVUIUHtflHHM -- 11 -l ss nouin Notu, ......... NOTICES. Heeds 1 Bi A) K, .MM 2 US Jk.U. is r, v r. y, 0. UiuoutwIII boI120 share of First National Ihnk stock and other yalu- able property at auction next Monday. Tub regular olectlon for Town Council-men mti About 2 ho ajovelicalcalalod on standard time. 10 minute tailor; Holsr and police Judtfo will occur next Both nro important office oyery citiien nhould vote. Hat-unla- y. and Wo sro now prepared to minuficturo wool for In lbs bwl minner. isweihall inako a pecfRtty oft'l'STOM WORK thliROMon, we tollctt wool to 1m mads Into blankets, Jeana, Lloiwjri, Stocking Yam, Flannels, llo'li, Ac, Ac We will keep conitaotty on hand a itoeW ofgooila which wh will exebanze for wool on Ia vorable unui Wool tmtigbt at tho raarktt pilee. 1'iltea for inanulicturlng when wool lifurnlib-r- d ari as follows; Carding aod iplonlng, lOJJtj Carding and Spinning, doubling nnd twining, 2'jc; Carding, spinning and weaTlng Jeans, 23c; Curding, spinning md wealng whit Llnser.atc. farm'ri WALL PAPER ! WALL TrinuiiiMl am! Itcutfy for Vhc, nt PAPER! 111-Ii- u . MttTTIXa&V, l'vo'r. 0Mi & rJtrujgV. John A. Allen has greatly improved ' tain to the highest Udder In "I i'enny & McAlistcr's. (root of the door in Stanford, ? A man, a woman, four children, two on shor WATtntm and Jnwelry repaired On Monday, April 5th, 1880, notlco and warrnntod by I'onny A MoAlis cows, lour pigs and a coon composed a r. County court day, at 11 x. m., moving outfit which passed though town IJnv the Haas Ho;t Remedy, the oriji Sunday. They had evidently come from II aharr in the Danville, Stanford A Crab Orch oal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-late- r. ard Turnpike; Texas. 2 shares in the Kmt National Hank of Stanford. 1J tnarn Mi l nnlToV'' One A cohplktb stock of jewelry, latent ANOTHEn hnrso left standing on the I Cow and Lh I. cs . srocialtj. Pen-n- y itylo Will also ill privately at a hargstn txtwren now street started on a run yenterday, starting A lie A lister. and then, 1 family Hone, 1 thoroughbred Jtraey several others also loose. Fortunately no Cow thai will calve in ten dayi; one Piano la (rood ondttlon, I let Bed Itoom Furniture, Cbalrs, Carharm was done, as they were all caught in PERSONAL. pet, Ac, 1 double aeattd Iiuicgr and llarnnti. nw. d 11. V. Jill IO MIT. time, but it should be remembered that it Mu. Lek CaniiBY, of Harrodiurg, was is both unlawful and dangerous to leave here Sunday. houre losee on the street. Mim Ella Givens was the Bact of Jut JK Mu K C. Warren denies in a mist the Misies Helm. This excellent aaddle U down with a atalllon waa ilrtd by Kt Mu. E. II ISunNBiDK manner the statement made by gro, be by Whip, dam a I1.RM.bL B..KBA the Somerset Reporter that tho judicial cansevere kidney alUctlon. D.U.al. out of a cross bloodedinV Miss I'attib McCoiikacic started on didates are trying to have Pulaski cut out Whip. He eon all of tneVl, calta naturallr and la 8 of the district, so far as he is concerned. her return to Texas jeUerdsy. yeara old thta Spring, black, W-- i handa high. He g(jumK J. II. Eabon has settled at Mr, Alcorn ia also emphatic in his denial will make tbeaeaion of 1S85 at my liable on tbe new PratcheriTille pike, 5 tullca from btanford, at Homnwood, Franklin county, Kansas. of the charge. There is no eirthly reason 07 to fiuiire a Colt to get up, walk around Mit. aj Mm. Wiu. CnAta are on a why they should want to get rid of the tbe mare and tuck; nocolt.no pay. If the mare Ii traded or removed from the neighborhood withvilli to Mr. and Mrs. Utn Bright near Bry. county since they are sure of 1,613 demoout aatlifrincme that the Ii not iufjal, theseaion ladue. I will alio Hand my Jack, antsville. cratic votes, that number having by voting LAND, STOCK AND CROP Misa Ida VANAiuDALr, of Harrods in the primary election pledged themselves burg, is the gocit of her cousin, Mrs. II. J. to support tho nominees. The Reporter tbe horn. He 7 Prof. Louis Dromel, of Louisville, At $7, on ducktame termi as theanu ia auouiIiis years 01a, wun meaij nose McRoberts. should be sure it is right before it goes widely known in sporting circles, is dead. NIXjAS AMEItt)OX. banda high, (lll-eo- t) Dks. Brown, Bogle, McMurtry nnd ahead, and help to elect Instead of trying March, 1685. The new York wheat market stiffened many others are here as witnesses in the to defeat its party candidates. up a little on recept of the newa that Greek HALE.-O- ne thoroughbred red Bull, 20 malpractice case. FOR old. Alio S high grade yearling Bteera Court. The whole of Friday was troops were about to invade Turkey. Circuit W.E. Amon, Stanford, Ky. Dii. Fayette Dunlap, of Danville, Abe Wolf bought 13 head of fat cattle devoted to the argument'of the case of E. F. called to seo us yesterday, while in town as last week for which he paid 4c. and 4c. Bailey and wife vs. Faulkner Holmes' adtare. SALE I a witness in the Hughes-Carpente- r Some of them cost him $80 per heal whose visit here ministrator, Sanflay, Miller, Hill and BradMiss Annie Looan, A nice aaddle Stalllm, S years old, by On Time. ley, each occupying from one and a half to Somerset Importer. ('. .. VAUSOX, HJ.lm has been enjoyed by all with whom she Sjgar making has begun In Vermont two hours. The result was, as predicted by cune in contact, returned to Knoxville by most every one who heard the evidence, a and promises well. It is predicted that tho SALE. Saturday morning's express maple groves of that State will produce Mn, 8. L. Powers left yesterday for verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $1,000, 10,000,000 pounds this season. Ten Htackaof Hay and 100 barrel! of Com, near with the further finding that Ssm Holmes New York to lay in a large spring stock. J, 3i. VAHTKH, Mllledgevllle. The wheat generally throughout the Moreland. placed the money in Faulkner Holmes' He tells in his advertisement in this issue bad ia looking splendidly. Wheat is bands for the benefit of his Illegitimate county II. K. TATEOB, what he is going to do in the future. children oa or about June Clh 1872. If worth from 00 to 05 cents per bushel on Of LOOAN COUN TY, la a Candfdite for tbe ofSce His relative, Judge Stephen Burch, heir is entitled to the amount given this market, T. C. Coleman sold 1,000 ofguperlnundint of Puilic Imtruetioo, aubj ct has banded us a copy of lUtiville, Wyo-mio- g one bushels recently to Charles 8pillman, of to the Democratic &Utc Contention. Territory Record, containing a long the other is also, making the total of the Garrard at $1. H. C. Williams & Co. have $2,000 originally claimed lo have been paid Oa W. B. PBNHX. and interesting description of that section for their benefit. The Court house was bought several large crops recently at 90 Dontiet. by Mr. W. F. Newland, who moved from Harrodaburg Democrat. STANFOEDD, KT. allTliLLV crowded all day and much interest waa and 95 cents. this county a numbtr of year ago atreet, r ext door to Ikt Omce on Lancaster UT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. bio a Jodxxai. office. Oflce boura from 8 to 12 I. MusSabra Penninoton left yester evinced in the remit of the salt. Judge Owsley aubf queally decided that the inM.and 1 tofir. at. .Anetthetlciadmlnlitered whet day to sjend several weeks with her friends, M. L. Richards had a One cow to die. necMaarr. should be compounded every two Misses Withrow and McCann, at Midway terest Farming Is going on briskly in this JjBJE HDFfMAN, and Lexington. Miss Habra is one 01 our years which makes the amount run to a section bow. little over $2,160. The defendants claim loveliest young ladies and we warn the There was a man at Jasper's store the that several errors were made to their prej8TANFOBD, KY. gentlemen of those place egsios t preemptother day who wore No. 10 shoes. He Office South tide Main Street, two doon lUm udice and will take the case to the Superi ed property. the Mrara Hotel! or Court. Tne suit of Harry Todd vs. Col. ought to be mated with tbe big footed Ohio ForeNttrom Oxid Gaa admlnlitered when required. girl. LOCAL HATTERS. R F. Bibb, growing out of a railroad conW. T. Richards, from the Commercial tract, resulted for a second time in a hung flower pot. T. IV. Walton. College of Kentucky University, came Beautiful jury, which stood 10 to 2 in favor of Todd. home on a visit last Saturday, but will reThe much talked of suit tat malpractice 600 lbs. Butter wanted. Waters A Raney. I have J ait returned from tbe elty and I cordial- turn soon. Iv Invite you to call and ate luj Llegant Line vi brought by Miss Belle Hughes against Dr. Since writing tbe above tho Eonls, Millinery Wo e buying- 1 alio call attention to Boy the "Lexington Cream" flour from J. G. Carpenter, in which $10,000 damages Texas, Recorder has been received contain- my flnei elected stock of Ladle' Underwear and Kotlom. Handkirchiefi. Collars, Cum ana H. Hlgglns. W. are claimed, was calhd late Saturday and .lirt. rent HiIm. Ladles' White Em ing sovcral columns of matter in regard to rvir..t.nf Dr'tsci. I can be found at my atore In broidered is the best after selecting a jury, which was obtained e. 1'roctoh Knott patent flour the visit of tho distinguished Kentucky tho room litflr vacated by the without much difficulty, court adjourned till JlttS. KATKDVMiDEIlAU. Ky. in the market. Metcilf A Foster. Stanford, gentlemen. It is to be hoped that Tom 110 2m yesterday. Miss Hughes is represented by will not feel "bigger than Old Grant." line of iprlng Messrs. R. P. Jacobs, R. I HAVE jut received a line J. Breckinridge A very large assemblage of friends, goods. Come and ree them. 8. II. Shanks. and Robert Harding and Carpenter by m relatives and companions of the bride, asNEAK DKPOT, STANFORD, To the Faiimeiis. Hamilton and South Bradley, Welch A Sauflsy, J. B. Paxton sembled at the residence of Mr. John Wall, D, R. Carpenter. As there were 101 For Meal, Flour, Bacon, TakI, Sujar, Coffee. ButBend Piows Mow cost. Metcalf A Fos- and on last Thursday, to itnces the marriaje ter, Kjrgs, Canned lloodi, Cbeoie. Bologna, witnesses summoned In the case and as six ter. Molaisci, Jelly, Fieserves, Apple of Mr. Glancy J. Jones to Misa Susan Leo Butrer, Mackerel, I" gs' Feet, Splco, Pepper, CIotci, speeches are to be made, it will likely be Hominy, owners are notified that they Wall. The knot was alroitly tied by the Olnger, Tea. Clnnamun, Candles, Orangra. Beans, Cattle Lemoni, lo morrow before the case ia given to the Potatoes, Dried Fruit, Pickles, must kc their stock of! the streets. O. J. Rev. W. R. Davidson. As soon as congrat- Balilni, Tobacco, Clpan, Coal Oil, Soap, starch, jury, Mr. Harding stated tho cue for bis bluing. Vinegar In fact anything usually kept in Newlsnd, .Marshal. ulations were over the happy couple started a grocery. Food a delivered promptly to all parts hide in a very excellent manner and claimed Country produce tiken tn exchange for street that he would prove that tho operation per- for McKinney, where they took the train of town. aire me a trial and I will treat you nitr. A NICE new room on Lancaster good 1. for MUsouri, in which State Mr. Jonei has 109.im suitablo for an office or a small businera formed on Miss Hughes, nerve stretching, a fine farm to take his bonnie bride to. was a reck If si and wanton experiment, badrent. Apply to W. P. Walton. f.r T, C. Jaepjr returned from Texas last ly executed, and that tho doctor's subseThursday. He is highly pleased with the To tub LAUiEd. Wo have just received quent treatment of tho pitient was cruelly a splendid line of eprirg millinery and we negligent. Col. Welch denied these charg- "Lone Star." He knows more about the G0NTRAGWR& BUILDER capacities, productions, Ac, of the State, ask you to call and examine our stock. es in his statement, mado in his usual skill STANFORD, KY. . spending five days there, than an "old Misses Smiley A Warren. ful manner, and promised abundant proof after . 'I Texan " A few days after his return there nfr-- r. hla aertlcM to the tmonle of B anford and Lecture. Rev. . Bruce will lecture to repel the attempt to deilroy his client's came from Eonis, Texas, a newspaper pub- vicinity. Long axperleace and careful attention guaranteo latlifactlen. Building material or on Tempcrsnco at Cherry Grove church, reputation as a surgeon, which waa one any lished at that plact giving a very glowing ery description furnished at low rates. Rowland, next Friday night. The Lodge man might be proud of, bis standing as n description of the visit of the three distinof Good Templsis thero already numbers gentleman and the wrecking of his estate. guished Kentucklans, Cjl. J. W. Weather-ford- , CO and recruits are bete constantly added. Miss Hughes was the first witness examinJ. O McAllster and T. C. Jasper. DcilrlDg to change my reildencs, I offer for sale ed. She was sealed in an invalid's chair The Stanford Woolen Mills are to start and stood her rigid examination of nearly Couldn't find out from Tom which one of My Beautiful Suburban Home, again In a few days. Mr. B. Mattlngly three hours with more composure than the three, wrote that piece before leaving With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mile west of will have charge of them and will manu could have been expected from one in her there, nor how much it coH them to have Lancaster. The bouse Is good, so are tho out We homes, there li a good orchard, Ac Terma epual facture yarns, jeans, blankets, A;. condition. The ladles are taking much In it inserted. to caib. Ad (Iron) me at Lancaiter, Lock Fox 30. enterprise prove a big sue hope to see the HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. 103-- It It. It. XOEJC terest in the case and a large number of cess. thorn were present during tho proceedings. Oar community has been so quiet durThe present outlook in n baaiucss point Mrs. Carpenter sits bv her husband's side ing the last month as to rival the reputaFROM of view seems not to bo encouraging to the and seems as much concerned in the case tion of Irving'a famous "Sleepy Hollow." & CO., merchants of Stanford. Five of the most as he. Tho house was packed all day and N. No excitement of any kind has created a solid have within the last month gone altogether we have never seen as much inBONANZA MILL8, - - - RICHMOND, KY. ripple on tbe placid surface of our lives West, satisfied that the credit system is terest here in n civil suit. But four wit-neThey hire a new Patent Process Mill and make since election day. Even a letter of en s Flour, which they ecll at bottom prices. ruining trade in this section. had been ex t mined up to adjourn couragement on tbe subject of tho C. & O. Mr. JT. It. Slltchell travels for them In this section and rould be glad to servo hla old friends Ah the trounes mentioned in our Ittt ment last evening. ) railroad enterprise received recently by and niauy new oucs. week, tho Rink one of our citizens failed to resurrect our issue will not play here this DEATHS. PIANOS AND ORGANS. buried enthusiasm for internal Improve-mrn- t. will be open aialn next Friday night, when Rev. T. R. Welch, late of Jessamine The announcement that two ping will poiltively clcse for the seisonj In it Measrs. 8. IU A L. J. Cook are Agents for tho addition to the skating tho bays propose to county, consul of Hamilton, Ont., died hats would ajpear at church on Sunday John Church A Co. Pianos an I Orgaus, which emfollowing most excellent Instruments: wind up with a fancy drew or marqucrade suddenly at his poit. produced no visible increase in tho congre- brace the A Co., Uaielinn Bros., Decker A Son and Knabe A Maryvllle, Mo., paper of tho 18.h, gation. Builnesi In general is quiepceot, Everett Piano. Also, Clougb A Warren and tho hop and a big time is expected. John Church A Co. Organs. Tlieso Instruments ojntalns a notice of tbe death of Daniel enterprise slumbering, marriages suspended aro moit excellent In touo, of groat durability aud complaint at this time of then, aro warranted conpetltlon. All This unusual Skidmoro nt tho ripo old age of 88. 11) waa nnd not even a birth reported. In short wedify yean. IWferencos: of A. It. Penny, Mrs. for five of a scarcity of cletsrn water was the ysr born in this county and lived hero till we seem to be realizing the poet's prophecy K. M. Carbontcr, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamca Beaxley, btanforJj Mrs. Msggla Holmes, very generally tnndo hern last week, but 1860, when he removed to Missouri. His "Naturomadoa paueo Crab Orchard: (lea. W. J. Landraui aud MI11 Utof Friday, Sunday night the heavy rains Anawful pauso prophetlcof her end." ile Uuflmau, Lancaster, Ky. Grit wifo was Miss Elizabeth Carman, who and yesterday ha huihed it with those bore him foui children, and his efcjnd Ati energetic colored preacher in Cobb To Hustonville the Ladies thoughtful enough to turn it to advantage. Miiis Milllo Ca'dwoll, who bore him one. county, Georgia, makes each member of eay that wo have AND VICINITY. Thoeo.who have noticed The paper aaya of him; Tne deceased waa his congregation responsible for a definite not had a real, soaking rain for 18 months. m member of the M. E. Church South for Having dscldtd to nuke Loulsvlllo my amount of his salary, and when they have home, I have transferred to Mn. Molllo T.futuro Wilthe suit nearly 00 years, He was truly a christian no money to givo him, ho makes them liams my entire Millinery business at this place. Home of tho witneeses testified in from time during the coming I will forward of lie liv- work on his farm until thoy pay clT their season all tho ti ber Ktuten rinrl Xovel-tlv.Latent gainst Holmes' administrator that Mr. Sam and novcr wearied shown on tbe markets, and I auuro all of debt. my old Irlonda and customers l.'ntlro Satisfaction Holmm placed $5,000 In Mr. Fort Holmei ed a pioaa and exemplary life., Ho could back ou the past with satisfaction and An Austrian astronomer, who haa been U her hands. Ilesneclfully, II ACS. LOO AX. hands for tho benefit of 8am Holmes, Jr.,i look Aton the future with hope, nis was a geni- over tho record of tho eclipses mentioned My slock during tho coming season will be much at tho timo ho gave him the $2,000 nnd on this I will ever At his home his in tho bible, finds it a remarkable confirm- largera than llneof shown Oooils themarket. tree; eetyi n chance to al and hospltab.'e nature. Spring have full torney Miller thinks he Jlrst Testa, In Alirll. I "HI be aulsled by ail expciicncod friends wero always welcome; it mattered ation of tho chronology of tho Old make the judgment of $5,000 damajes and expert City Trliriuer during tho entire seafor pait my were adjudged agilnst the lajter in not how frequent their vislta or how long ment, and he is enabled to fix tho tirao of son, k thankingi.i.mt Irlends(In.rantee favors I kind-- l which SatlifaMlon 1,1 i'r thoy remained under his hospltoblo roof. the exodus of the children oflxrW at lb Your), ..'i- - tVul : . favor of EJ. Divison for wounds end No kinder husband cr father ever lived, !7th of March, in tho yht 1335 B, O. Jlvs.JIOL.LIET. WILItlAJtH. j US-- it maims received nt hia hernia. pickup on Main street by the application ol paint, while tho Mint's Bcuztey hnvo al LAr'.)ltr.TiiH Kitnlen need in bulk and most transformed theirs in a like manner. LAitmirrii'e Girder at MeRoherU his house Bank Stock, Live Stock, &c. AT PUBUC BALtT. I will offer at pul.llc comt-rioux- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. -- m IB'OTSr "373E3:ES- - ''' -- JiTTHs -- 112-t- PRINCE Which enn he fonnd at- - f T. R. WALTON'S. New York JACK JOHN, Early Boso, Bnrbank. Beauty of Hebron and Peerless 100-l- FOR idrisb: -- potatoes Whito and Yellow i FOR onarionr -- sets! V UM-lyr- .J Seed Corn, Beans, Peas and Melon- - MCROEON r DENTIST SEED IN BULK!! -- Millinery post-offic- And lota of G-JRjIDJS- T sj EIEID In Papers in Packages, Go to IV. It. Vcatch, Jok F. Water. Tiiomis D. IUnev. WATERS & RANEY Main 11 Franls Allison, ip au a otiunuu aooui any nrm nuTcrusing mai mey se 1 than the loweit " We as low aaanTbodr . and the nuL le will nioaie bear th.t in mind,"lowrtYe will take pleaiure all Imt car . .. .. 1 . In accom -- , uaucgauoi curury gocus mcrcnanta hr ffAHverlnccrnftla irw dial. .wn,uu ..... ...v.. 0 -- v- GROCERS, Street, - - - Stanford. lUaiVUlCrS. nl.nj 500 Founds of , J.-M- we ueuTer an gocua in or wunin a rune or soo: ROWIiAND or Stanford. Send to ua for Busrar. Coffee. Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal, Butter, Ejei, Canned Goods, Hominy, Macketel, Apple Butter, Cheete, Preirrea, Beans, Molasies, Kraut, Crackers, Jelly. Syrups, Potatoes, Dried Peaches, Cakes, Candles, Cabbage, Prunes, Dried Apples, Oranges, Banannas, Onions, Corned Beet, Dates, Figi, Lemoni. lUlilni, Spice, Sardines, Derlled Ham, Pine Apple, Cocoa, Pickles. Bakers' Chocolate, enters. Ctnmmnn. Tobscco, Claara, Queenswarr, Tinware, Lamps, Chimneys, Coal Oil, , Starch, Soda. 60'ip. Fishing Tackle, Powder, 8hot, Cartldgca, lloea, Bakes, forks, or almost anything tlse yoa can meniion in our line, ana we guarantee sauiiaction in nrery respect. Wo glTe away prlies In fine Glaisware with eTery pickage of the Crystal aold by us. Send to us for Seed Irlih Potatoes, Onion Seta and all kinds Uarden Seeds" Wo bare a couiprehenalTe line of Plain and Fancy test every time. Prices satisfactory, al ways. Come to see us. Butter and 500 Dozen Eggs "Wanted. Harness, Saddles and Bridles, nleo Plow ami Wagon Hnrnc&s, Manufactured and warranted by tho reliable firm of A W.R. Canon WATERS Son, whose work stands the As RAX'EY. Buy Your Flour W. POTTS H. G. MERCHANT TAILOR. I hare recetyod and sjlll receiving RUPLEY first-clas- (lW-lui- New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising tbe boit In tho market, which will be Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Sooond to Kono in City or Country, Give Me a Trial. 131. O- - BTJPLB1T. Wall Paper, of Furniture, Ga.ses, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. well-doin- H "r tgwfcjgtttu irnwwaaertrt "Ln"tfiriniiiriii feS2 assyyoflty-- -- .Sjsfafi'UWWIWffll : 4 INDIANS OF MEXICO. THE LOADS THEY CARRY IN COMPETITION WITH THE BURRO. A Verer-limlln- g fo THK CCMDINED STALLION, MANUFACTURE 'OR OOUQHO MrtD OrtOjP Ul OF MOVABLE TYPES. ON AN ELEPHANT HUNT. HOW TO BRING DOWN THE MONARCH rroeesslon I'unilturc-Mosor- At Work on s Car- -' tho Itnllronil rjlng: Invnllila Toting liable on tlio Hacks of Little mothers and Slatnra. M Tbo fact is that tho Indian puts himself in cohyvjtltion with tho burro, that littlo beast of toUga Tho back of tho Indian soems to bo about as strong that of tho burro, anJ the Indian tins this nd vantage, that altar transporting his stuff to market he can nmko his own bargain for iU sale. I know no moro Interesting alglit than to go out in the early morning on to one of tbo great highroads leading into tho city, procession of and to watch tho never-endinIndians carrying burdens Tho rag figures sold in a fow Boston shops giro exactly their oxpreiion. It is tho Aztec face, that dull, broiwod countenance, with lusterless oyes, which soem to havo accepted tho Iovus.t condition of llfo as all that is attainable by human wdoavor. And what loads these strong Indian backs can carry I wntihed a gang tho other day loading grain on a car. Tho grain was in bogs, and each bag weighed TOJ pounds. A littlo brono chap, about as big as tho bag, and, weighing not a pound over 100, would tako a bag on his back and run up a platform which was on a level with tho car, and then ho would trot back nt onco for another load. And yet some writers assert that tho loner Mexican class are lazy. I gay that they are capable of a unremitting, patient toll ns any othor people o.i top of tho planet, and that tbo truo woalth of Moxico consist of hor docilo and industrious laboring population. Half tho tinio they are ldlo and have nothing to do. That thoy will work hard and continuously for a fair wngo tho history of tbo building of tho Central railManager Robinway shows. son, now of tho Atlantic & Pacific, said that ho profone 1 them to any American gang of laborers for hard work. pi-tle- nt g 1 What Mr. Don Muckcnilo Him to Sny on tho Buljcct Chniigcs Mn'Jc. Familiar as tho subject is to tho average man tho mothods of production, the stylos, and tho extent of tho business is n sealed book to tho general public Speaking of stylos in types thcro is as decided fashions in types as there Is in ladios' bonnets or any article, of which wo always associate with the word stylo or fashion. Tho growth in has been almost startling in tbo United States. Tbo production of now faces began nlwut tho timo of tho war. Before that tlmo tho stylo rnn to plain, heavy faces, with no beauty in thorn whatever. Suddenly soma typo genius cut and produced a light-facejraceful letter, and then began a crazo for tight-facShortly nf lerwnrd nnother produced a Japanese design in border. It was taken up by every crosh-roaprinter and lni.xMhlblo Jaiane storks looked iowii in haughty disdain on equally impossible frogs from everything from auction bills s. This stylo of work killed tho to orid stylo of ornamentation. Tho noxt cbango was tho horridly grotesquo itylo of letter, to rend which onu was nlmcnt "ompcllod to stand on his head, or elso guess it it At present tbo stylo is a plain, readablo letter, with a great quantity of filigreo work rurroundlng it. A lino on a business card ivill bo Pet in this and a vino will wind its ivny all over tho card. In newspaper work Jiero is a great variety of faces. Even in tho plain 'body' typo you can havo a 'lean' face, n hero tho letters run closo together, or you wm havo a 'fat' ono where tho letters nro pen, round, and tako up considerable sjuxca There has been a marked cbango iu the last few years in tho matter of book type. It wm 11 tbo rnge a fow years ago to have everything old style, and tho older tho better. Now tho best books nro set up in plain, modern Uoman. Tho history of somo of tb facos of tyio Is somewhat unlquo and quits typo-roundie. letter-Jeslgner d note-heiul- Happiness results from that truo contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may possess It, If you will purify and Invigorate jour blood with Aycr's Ssrsa-parlllK. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., writes : " I suffered for years with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, I a. OFTHEJUNQLE. Traveler's Story of tho 1'lrat Ono He Killed Tho Manner of Trapping tha Mooting tho Boast for Showmen Churgo of A "Itogue." Tho day I rtiot my flrtt elephant," said an old British Indian to tho reporter, "will always Ik a rod letter tiny In my sporting calendar. It was in tho island of Ceylon, that ponrl of tho Indian ocean. I hod started, in company with n friend, f rom Tr.ncoii.aioo, tho British naval station of the island and perhaps tho finest harbor in tho world, and after driving somo forty miles into tho ulterior wo left the 'bandy' and mado tracks into Wo www both nrmed with extho jungle. press rilles, which in my opinion are by far tho boot weapons for elephant shooting, and wo were in hopes that ere long wo would come on tho trail of Uio 'nnl,' nor were wo disapjiolutcd, for shortly our attention was drawn by tin' nativo gufdos to tho young bamboos on the sido oftbopnth, whHi boro vlgns that an elephant had boen feeding there. Soon wo came on further evidence of his presenoa, and on wo went, our oyos on the ground, tolling through tbo Jungle after the elephant. And, oh, tbo heat! And, oh, the thirst! livery now and then we had to halt and n Ipo the perspiration from our brows, and send a native 'shinning' up a cocoamit tree for ono of the young nuts, from which wo oageily drank tho milk, mixed with Just a leetlo drop of Hennessey's thre star from our flasks. A ON THE TRAIL !A:f3'iiifcafc,g3 SECONyEW3Gl4 Lincoln county, on tho Lick turnplka road, at ! 11 This Una comMned itittlon wilt make thofta onoftSMat my itabla, uetr Bhelbr City, iu fhollir City and Knob Found $15 tho Season or $20 to Insaro a Oolt, Description and rxltftrr:-Hcoii- d Jewel la a blood mana and till, IS hands 3 Inehra great relief. It has entirely restored mo to bay, with black stylo and action. Holt 4 years old hijli, with fine health." James French, Atchison, Ivans., this Hjirlng, was atrexl uy tawls Cuunlnghara'a Washington I)en tho writes: "To nil persons Buffering from Jowoll. tmlir U,l. famous old ...v. i,u a a....- ..k r IIBl IUWI. ltu. .1M Mlnnl. ', u,v, iy M..1I.V l.la 111. Complaint, I would strongly recom2d dam by Weill' (7UMlor; 31 ilnm br a ton Liver eoTo: 1th dam bjr a raluolitn old s v. of Davy mend Ajcr's Sarsaparllla. I was nflllctcd dlomaro, pedigree unknown Mr. II O. IMrtln't w Ith n dlseaso of tho liver for nearly two Old Mlunle, dim ofttocoint Jowl, wasa premium Heon.l frmn a colt to an years, when a friend nd!sed mo to take Onlmal,bcon shown twetily-fou- r&! iruro. an J woreJew-tha llinw has this medicine. It gave prompt relief, nnd timet -- Uctcatl only twice. tllck tto twentr-twUa mada ten shows last iaaon at Panslllc, litis has cured mc." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 tutiTllla, KlrktTlll. lltchuiond aud Lexington and 1) wight St., Boston, Mass., writes : " For wora trn b'ue ribbons. ruturaga will tw furnlihrd utsrri at rrasonabla several years I havo used Aycr's Sarsarotes, l'artlnx with mama fnrUlti the Insurance, parllla in my family. I necr feel safe, f.ttnrotalncd on all colta until icrrlco charge ara even I rI wilt atsistvid at thua.ua ilables the Una Jack al i . At Home At BLACK HAWK! tolntureallto colt monoy duo wlmn the atfM, f.ihereS frvm a Ires f Ike a - mill itriai It IS auts-r- im autte. itiilai eirMUritl rrulrl il'l leo-emraliitiV ait ailmo .. I i t lie teeirterlM mMnbrtattaereaa an41ff U v i m iMH na lav tttltoc millnvin i l..l tf .ie ell Billa, tr . . an RiniM re IwlitQuM t Sikix remeJy hi - Culkl, Crl ( nfti nl ' Mtt-ftntl, til r.iutle, tef mm.ic Ail tea' Srntdil rw lu I'rlta, , ftt ILsLBIM. ' in- r. ll i'i M "i.i-in- , -- VAI.TEKA.TATI.On.Atltnli,Oa itrrKLKnaaHr coanui. tr wtctiwina tHiklti. fetialebl blanfoid Or Sill JUM110. KUn.VlTUIlK MOVERS CAMlTIXO INVALIDS. I have seen an Indian cany from a car to n weighing tculo bag after bag of grain weighing SOJ pounds, and four cargadorts will carry a grand piano on their shoulders from ono cud of tbo city to tho other. Furniture is usually moved on litters, with a man at oach end. Theso chas will pile up stuff on a litter and biud it with ropes, and then start off at a jog with a burden big enough for a horse. Theso furnituro movers aro remarkably careful, and rarely In jura anything. They uo.--k cheaply and wolL Tako, for Instance, that known as tl e in which nil tho characters aro square. Tbo treasurer of tbo foundry which piieuted tho face was visiting tho Farragut Bo it club In this city and saw there the names of the members engrosses! with a pen in a very pretty manner. Ho copied a line, anil going Somo had an artist carry out the design in on sntlro alphabet Not feeling flnancLilly able to go to tho expense of cutting tho series of letters a matter of f3,000 ho wrote to an jastern foundry to know if thoy would lioar half tho expenso and share the profits. Thoy refused tho offer, aud ho put the letter on tho market hlmsolf after great trouble. It proved i great sucreta from tho start, jnd in four rears the foundry made $30,000, and that one letter firmly established them in tho buitness. Tho idea of casting n script letter lay a long timo dormant, but when it wa done it made Chicago News tho fortunes of two foundries. Interview. Interesting. "We were hours toiling after that brute, and thought thali we would never come up to lilm. At last tho trull liul right into a sort of oasis of intnii, or gmtu land, In the middlo of which there ails an Island or jungle. Tho trnll went strii' (lit into this, so that wo were jure that wo had Sir Jumbo at last My friend Jack P. went round to one side w hlle, I remained ou the othor, and then wo sent beaters in at och end to drive tho elephant out Suddenly I heard a crackling of brushwood, then n loud trumpet, and Jack's voice ihoutlng tliattho clopbjuit bad turned and was coming my way. I remembered well wishing dovoutly tliat lie hail gone in nnother direction, but I had not much timo for thinking, as iu a minute or wo out came the htige He was n 'rogue' and a big one to brute. boot A 'rogue' is an clflphant that has leon driven from tho herd for some mhcouduct or other, and ho is generally 'mad,' wandering about tho country alone and doing nil the damage he can. His hand is against every man and every man's hand Is ngalust him. A 'rogue' elephant is tha only kim you can shoot, as tho elephants in herds nro very strictly preserved by the Ceylon guvwu-men- t .i,i.r...iUr ,d r ii.irir.1 wiih. lllark Hawk without It. As n liver mcdlclno aud black years omnia oprmz, i general purifier of tho blood, It has no la a coathlxh, How.lrcl by Cnldwel.'a miiuu ouii lacbei Itl.rb lawk, ha by ValcclpaJe, be ly ttohen aon'a equal." Mrs. A. II. Allen, Wlntcrpock, ills dam was Va., writes: "My youngest child, two rlimnton, he by Imp Mammoth. was ralKsl by, by HtlgU's Hlck llewk; 2t dsm years of age, was taken with Bowel ComSUIeili.wellaud wu n Imported Jack C T. SJMHIH1K; f plaint, which we could not cure. "Wo tried rihrluy C ty, Ky. many remedies, but ho continued to grow worse, and finally became so reduced in tlejli that wo could only' movo him upon a pillow. It was suggested by ono of tho TKI. An .tatllr.n will doctors that Scrofula might bo the causo isnike the iMam ntlSVjat of the trouble. Wo procured h bottle of ray pace, ttmomlirtirnni 107-t- lloth tor ule by Dr. M. L. llOUltNI MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND Vermont Hambletonian. Sarsaparllla and commenced giving it to him. ItMirtly worked wonders, for, In a short time, he wa completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. AYER'S rHiomnl ou the HUnlorJ AlMntllle lke, al 2 $15 to Insure a Maro T..t m j& Vermont; 2d dam Ulack tfwan by lltm' Yorkshire, by Imp. Yorkshire; Sd dam Little Kinlly by Wainer, by Imp. Watjner, 4th dam Kially Hp! by Imp. leviathan; Sib dam by I'ackolnt, Cthdam I.U..V fut.l In If. ! IMI.tlatcenhandihltjh, by William Wrl. h, by H..1.I... ll.ml.l.tnfil.n lal tlatn Hat liVflllV. ii Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be tiecond to oo Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Gnosis, Price $1; Six bottles, $.". Prepared by Dr. J.C. Aytr X Co., Lowell, Muss., U. S. A. Mb dam by Hannibal, Uth dam by Hltky.by fow KmllT biwl In Uruee'a .itud llwik, Vol, al. I."i ... a, M Frequently you will seo a man lurched on anothor's shoulders being taken ntiout tho I have often sojii well tlr.'tsoxl old street gentlemen Luing trotted aluig in this fashion. They weie victims of rheumatism out or an airing, or c n a isit to eomo friend, poorer clasps' carry their bsbtes on their backs, and ono of the quaintest sights U to soo a littlo brown face with black eyes folds of its peeping out of tha hooJ-likmother's upper garment I olUn sco babies bcuig toted alout in tun way on tho backs of littlo brothers or sitters, for tho klninws of Mexicans of alt claes to young children is a moit praisen jrtiiy characteristic Iion in tho narrow streets, where tho cry ioor houses, you sw no trouble live in among tho childixn. they play quietly, and tholr mothers are not engaged in frequent brawls regarding childish difficulties. thero is a certain refinement of action, a decency and courteousness of behavior among tho poorest Indians which would put to shame tho coarness of people of the same grado of llfo in an American city. Cor Boston Herald. ' o hut-liK- WicLcilnon. Dihblokin is not a bad young man. Ha want to bo and thinks ho Is, but ho is not I don't wish to wouud tho young fellow's feelings, but tho truth mur bo told Dihbloyouth. kin is really a pretty True, ho wears his hat ovtr ono eyo and his hands deep in his trouser's pockets, and ho tips bis cigar up between bis teeth and swaggers, but thoo things aro not really and intrinsically bad; tboy only look so. It is lamentable to see a young man with so vaulting an ambition to bo a bad, wicked, terrible citizen fall so far short of realizing his fond hope, but failure and disappointment are a part of life, and if Dibblekin, after a few years of heroic effort, succumbs to fato ami becomes a useful and rospoct-abl- o gontleman ho will havo tho consolation of knowing that many a young mau before him has fought tho same fight and failed. The fact is, a man to bo dreadfully wicked must havo some natural quallllcitions for that sort of thing; and Dibblekin has none. Nature created him for a quiet, law abiding citlen, and, masquerado as ho will, o very-b- o ly knows that be is no outlaw and never Oiiulltli-i- l Tor d Not "Well, when this gentleman enmeoutof Tha other day I was told this story at tbo tho jnnglo he gazed about biui for a second or Howard university: A little Indian girl, a two, and then, catching sight of me, rnUed nounded and terrified little thing, was his trunk and gave a trumivt that would hnvo brought in hero from the Sand Creek inaxsa-jro- , made the angel Uabriel green with envy, and Colorado thoy cull It a Imttle out there then charged right at me. Now mmes tho I'lmre U aud placed at this school. For the llrst Jilllcult xirt of eleplmnt-sliootmyear sho wa3 mute, moody, entirely silent, only ono ulnerable spot on u Ceylon elephant, mil unapproachable. What in tho world and that is n small oval sjot, in size only a ?oulil this ungrateful littlo savage havo been few inches, just above the trunk. You might thinking about,' tire a battery of gatlings ut any other spot But finally she mads a friend or two, and and fail to bring him down, and once I then sho legan to talk, and to talk weird and ouuted eighteen bullet marks in an elephant's wonderful things. She seemed inspired. She skull we killed, not one of which had pmlia-bl- y laid her fingers ou the keys and played the given him more than n slight headache. plnno ulmont instantly and, incredulous as it When an elaphant charge be raises hw trunk But hbe was falling nwny, s that it protects this vital spt, and at the scorns, perfectly. A flower that had been gathered from the same time truinj"ts shrilly, hoping by this wild and far west iu tho fashion sho had lieen inwins, no doubt, to scare the hunter. When gathered could only droop and die. Yet, he is within about ten xusi he lowers his having touched tho keys, sho could not let trunk and at the same, time brings his hood go. Sho played and played almost con- down, after tho niamwr of n bull n hen chargstantly, and entirely by car and inspiration. ing. Now Is tbo time to fire, and God ha o At last sho was too ill. She could only Ho In mercy on you If you mis, for the elephant her room and wait for death. won't It Is an anxious moment, and for one But a special occasion was approaching, a who wus but a 'Grillln' at the game it w as birthday party among tho young girls of anything but pleasant. There was no friendly somo sort, and sho was entreated to play, for tree near, and thero was but little chance of tho hall would bo filled with famous iiuoplu escape through the jungle if I missed, as it from far about who had heird of her. and would roqUiU U kluf.. fu. li.o U- - .uw kh.U,i. would coma only to seo and hear her. Of the thick undergrowth, while tho elephant course sho declined; said it was impossible; could go through it liko pck-thronsho should never play any more. But in the WIIEX THE ELEPHANT CAME DOW.V. midst of tho entertainment, and at precisely "On came the elephant, tbo ground almost the timo desired, sho camo gliding down, and She was wearing her ihaklng lieneath his jwudcrous tread. Would all in ghostly white. shroud. I do not dare repeat tho praises that he never lower that trunk! I stood with my wore showered upon her. Suddetdy sho arose, rifle nt the 'present' as motionless as a statue, glided silently away, and on, and up to her and, Just us ho seemed to be right on me, Crack I went my rifle, down went the trunk room. Thoy found her a little time after in her and I had to spring back a pace or two to room lying on her back very still, her loving prevent the huge beast from coming right on littlo hands across her breast, her great black top of mo as bo fell stone dead nt my foot syes forever closed. She was dead. And Tho reaction was great, my highly strung thoy buried her as she lay, without oven so nerve giving way when the elephant camo much as disturbing a lock of her heavy raven down as if cut with a knife, and tho rifle fell from my shaking hands. I have learned bethair. Joaquin Miller. ter manners since. Soon Jack camo up, and Inspiration of un Inillun Girl. Ague Cure IS WAKUANTKD to cure Four and Ague, Intortulttcn! or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, " Kwr), I.ltcr Dengue (or Un Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from Malarial poison. .. ut AYER'S II.mI.1.I.i,I.h la wai.v boldagolnir. with floe style and bon nood aallou record ot JJ. atraJWIlilan Welch, with rrlale Yermout I lti a grand son of Hylyke'i Hamble Ionian, tha grandeet sire llelcg, and (Mil's Vrr rnont combtnnl, t.nckr.1 by thorwugh breed, ought to make a floe stock horse. a flee Jack, 1 will alio stand at the fame place Imp Vlctaw, llagKixe will be ronttyeJ to aed from tha de free of charge. Kperlal ireorumo tatf oas to t'otantrclillrarelers. Tba liar will in-- ji aappiica trim ,ue rooicsss kraadt or Llqiori and Clean. listl THOU. JtOllIKSOX. O. & M. FUI.Ii ifllOTllKIW. jftiW. T &&tiz V. 01 & MISSISSIPPI from I W Thedlnctthmugh line tod old oubiiibe--l route Three (1) Dally Tralat froaa Clerlnnall "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SSJ. Rlred by Hublilv't Oenmark knonri as On Time. lO St. labliU. l1ntdm Cabil'i (aeilrrgion, "For eighteen months sitf-crc- d 3.1 dam byM .UleMoanU by ha by laylee's Mrs Oaly America, .tun; lOhottr from Louise HUaud ticlomtl' with Chills and Fever, Kti(r: .It dam by Miller's Penniark. whl- ulroa I" 't, Lniila. a ilaaUe artui tiht but having Chills every other day. Uliii dam byjlui 1111, oca ofti lit tfwkr en Me tewU. Tho Only Lino by whinh you can Ith tha best i'hmaol Ssh dam a noted got a Through Slooping Car After trying various remedies hltday;trgtrila. tdir.a unkooviu. uarv braughl recommended to cure, used a tmtn will make tha seaton at HH at J Kar They From Onrtsiti to at txilt bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and rl', una mile (ram a(Stanford on the llaatuarllle4 (till Ulels dark brown, bands high, pkn. TllG O &M ,',bwlr 1'i.c munlm have never since, had a chill. years old th Spring and will eland at " lilsvllli Gilt Edge &Silver King Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in the West. Two (2) Daily Trains from Lasilivtlle U eJt Lead, I I ! EDWIX IIAllVEli." an.1 Dr. J C. I'HRI'AUnU uv Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. $10 to Insure Hlleer Kin will be. n I.ItIiij,' Colt. Cincinnati to.St. L.uls, all other roulbi Iwlng mado up of a combination of .mall road,, h'h Ayer & Mas. lame rain. Hall S years o.M this fprlnu. Ii a Uutllul bay, IS hands S Incbua high Will also eland at tame plaie a tine Jack, llmttej tall mares, at the The Ayer's JilJllJ JL STEVE WALKER, Ai i.S to Insure colt, money due at wranln( tliii" He ua b.owu Jatk with wti.te olnu,4 jwre In June, IS nandi high. Hr tired by Alktri'a King William and he by King I'mllip; his flrtt Asm a Il'ark Mtln jennet eha alri.1 uy I'mi lluaudhaliy King t'niilip, his conl dam by oj sJVItViUi MvieUutle 110 tf Tno MoraCiitleJick Joaquin Miller's Itomantlc Marriage. A hotel parlor was crowded by tho audience, in which sat tho "Poet of the Sierras," long of hair, and peculiar of costume. Song and recitation succeeded one another until a Lclandglrl went on the stage to acclaim. Sho gave a narrative poem by Bret Harte, entitled "Luke," in which a simple, heroic frontiersman is mado to tell, without himself comprehending tbo truth, how a dainty young woman has romantically permitted hen-el- f to fall in love with him. Miss Leland had a strong, musical voire, and a clever command of the right dialect The elocutionist was recalled, whereupon sho rave a Horldly descriptive passage out of Milter's "With Walker in Nicaragua." Then the Impression on him was palpable enough, and he beamed on tho fair performer in open adulation. The selection was accidental, for sho did not know of tho author's presence, and it led to an acquaintance, and tho upshot was tho marriage of the couple. Tho union has been blissful, so tholr mutual friends gay. Tho establishment of himself for a part of tho timo in a Washington log cabin means no estrangement, though his wife never lives with him thero, but has a rtsidanco with her relatives hero in Mew York. That tho wife has a powerful Influence oi er tho husband is proved by the fact that his hair has been reasonably shortened since thoy mated. Cor. Chicago Tribune. Diaz Doing Wonder for Mexico. President Diaz is doing wonders for Mexico. I read the Mexican papers regularly and find a groat cbango In tono from tbo time wben I was there. I don't think any one, however jnterprislng or progressive ho may be, can make Mexico an active, pushing country. There will always be excessively rich people there and excessively poor people. In the interior of Mexico tho people aro very poor. They have bocomo accustomed to n life of laziness and nothing can lnduco them to work. The weather is always warm, fruits always grow and clothos are not necessary. Children go naked and grown people wear very fow garments and those only of the coarsest material They live n lazy, idle life and nothing could change them. The peonage system has been abolished for years and yet many of tho ignorant Mexicans still engage as peons, not yet knowing that they have been freed from that sort of bondage. Tbo railroads may Americaubxi somo of the cition, but the Mexicans will always be Mexicans. Marquii will be, Chicago News. the many bits of pasteboard that are thrust out at the conductors who hesitato beforo thoy punch them an 1 hand them back with an air that seems to say "Well, 'tis nono of my business,'' and move ou to another? That's tho "pass," and a mighty useful thing It is whoie tho shekels aro not redundant and tho ways are long. Lecturers, llnd it so especially, and Saxe now old onco told mo ono of bis experiences that was very amusing. Ho had pussds on all tbo railroads and steamboats iu tbo west, ha thought, but at ono time he found himself on a short road not down ou bis chart upon which bo had no ticket. As the conductor camo along he took all bis passes from bis hand llko a deck of playing cards, "Mr. Conduitor," said he, "do you play ouchrol" "Yes, soniH. lines " "Well, what should you say to a band llko thatl" "I should soy ku3," and Sail put up his cards as tho conductor passed laughingly along. Boston Cor. Hartford Post Itlsk Iusolteil to Iluiiiiin Life, iangerous is at first to discourage its usj; but in the end it is ono of tbo strongest certificates of character. When It comes to consider the question humanity wants tho most dangerous agoncies it can get It wants the sharpest ru.or, the deadliest gun, tho fastest train, tha most brilliant and poisonous gas, the most destructive electric current, tho most annihilating dynamite. It wants them because tho daugor involved lit their use is one of tbo best evl Jences that can be given of power. It is unwiso for this reason when one wishes to discourage a new Invention to start off with tha declaration that it is "dangerous." Dotrolt Froa Press. To say that anything which baa tho capacity of ministering to human needs is J oil n G. Sato's full Ilanil. Did you over on a railway car observo hail a regular war dance round tho car cass. The 'nigger' was sent up tho nearest cocoonut, and we quaffed a beaker to tho piquant poHutgo of Jumbo s soul to tho elephants' heaven. "Elephants nro caught in what aro known as kraals. Th'ty are caught olther for use in tho public works department, for fcervico in tho native tomples, or for ulo to some EuroWhen a kraal Is to be pean menagerie. formal word is sent to ww native headman of tho village, near where the kraal is to be built, and he, iu his turn, sends out hundreds of Iwaters. When tho herd to be ojwraUxl on Is locutod, the beaters form a and begin driving tho animals slowly toward tho kraal. At night thoy build wntch fires, and Ixstwceu them the natives patrol, annul with white wands, which aro quite sulllcient to keep tho olephnnts from breaking through. They gradually work them up toward tho kraal, which is an open space iu tho jungle, with somo stout trees growing within It It U surrounded by a strong stockade, and bos only a narrow entrance. Into tnii th herd is driven. "The herd is generally led by an old bull elephant, and beforo any attempt to capture an elephant is mado this old gentleman must be shot Tho bull got rid of, the noxt thing to do is to send in two tame elephants, with their mahout, who single out tho elephant to bo captured. Tbo tame ones then 'scuddlo' up, ono on oach sldo, and profess great friendship for their wild companion, gradually pressing him or hor closor and closer until thoy havo bhn fiut Then a native slips in underneath and quickly makes ropos fast to tho wild one's legs, and he Is dragged by the tamo olopbants to tho nearest tree, where, after Mng thrown to tho ground, he is. securely bound and left thero to starve for two or three days. Ho U thou quite tame, and wben ho rises up he is no longer monarch of tho forest but olsphont No. 000 of the public works department or tho great Jumbo of a traveling circus." Chicago Herald. wo seini-circl- Should bo kept constantly nt hand, for tiso in emergencies of tho household. Many a mother, startled lu the night by tbo ominous sounds of Croup, finds tbo littlo sufferer, w ith red and bwollcn face, gasping for air. Iu such cases Aycr's Cherry Pectoral is Invaluable. Mrs. Kinma Gcdncy, 159 Wet 123 kt., New York, "While in tho country, last writes: winter, my littlo boy, three years old, was taken ill with Croup; it seemed as if ho would dlo from strangulation. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral was tried Iu tmnU nnd frequent doses, end, lu less than half nn hour, the little patient was breathing easily. The doctor snld that the Pectoral saved my darling' life." Mit.'Chns. B. Laudon, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral j i: a j. ti. rutins. ! liaUr(0(rvy. l Killwir run, TalatUI ou nlgbl trains, l.niurliit lor Cart cm day trains, ln;int Hi loaches on all tralue, ."SL1 cIm? connections ire male in UNION DhltlTrJ with diverging lines by ihnO. A 31. Hallway, thui avoiding trobleaome transfers by othtr routes. The Ohio A Mls-Ilp- pl IUIIwiy Ii the only Una between lAJultvlllr, Cincinnati ai. hi laouta uotler one mtnagtiuenl, running all Ha tralni throur h totld and la on..-- , , Is rtcognliel Klrt-Cl- u llovtn lw Mlitli-lpp- 8Ie.ln fan Ohio A ir. twrtn thoia Clllei. Danvillo Wilkes trill make the eeason of mssat iuy Llrerr Stable ka UUnfonl, Ky., and will - twrmlltral to terra a Itinlltd nunbrol m eiat t- Apply to ticket A genii of connKtln lines for lUll rtairilllllarai I l.i rat.. ...a... i or any desired Information, or write lo .,.Tr.!T., W. M. I'KABODV. W. II. HIUTTl'C, 1'raa. and (Jan'l Man'gr, Ucn Agl. Cincinnati, () " g 10. num. ii, j'ljiijj.vrs, A M !. ll'r.Kiaereet. Kr. 815 tho Hcimon, Saved My Life, 'nnd also the life of my littlo ton. Is , As ho troubled with Croup, I dare not bo without this remedy In the house." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Muss., writes: "My children havo repeatedly taken Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for Coughs nnd Croup. It gives Immediate relief, followed by cure." Mrs. Mary 11. Evnns, Scrauton, Pa., writes : "I have two little boys, both of whom have been, from infancy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. Abou- - !x Ayer's Cherry mouths ago we began Pectoral, nnd It nets like a charm. In a few minutes after the child take It, ho breathes easily nnd rests well. Every mother ought to know what a blessing I have found In Ajcr'a Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. "Wm. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., writes : "In our family, Ayer's medicines havo been blessings for many years. In case of Colds and Coughs, wc tako with little handling at 4 years, anJ hat air udy dtitlugulihnl hlmtelf at a breeder Ha It a coun of Alcyone, but a lartter home 1 erery respect and hit gait and blool linn alto almllsr and Wilkos It tha Minn remote from the grvat thtt rhllThoiupvm Is Hit flrtt and only 2yar old thtl hat been htndleJ liHalllw Vgn, namexl lu honor nf oannflh fairest and biUhUil lewe'a ot Indiana and It a worthy ninvnU ot roytl 49. Iioing blood, at the bjhowt-- l t Kilt tlixi handled by colore! boy. Like her lire, tnn bat a level head and a goo! gait. Danville Wilkes It by Lrln'a Oeo Wllket. Jr: dam ot Dansllla Wilkes by Hko.UdJle; KkcltlJIo d m brOtlveri I tdauiolrlkedaddlo by Mwloc; Trumpeter; 3d dam Aratui, sthdtm hup. .spread Eagle; Sthiiam Wild Heir, 6th Pcllpss and can till trace him further Into the thoroughbml fau He If necrastry, Knra, tho dim o Wllk.i, flrtt dam Meadley by Waxy, ddtm tine Vny Ho ton' old Tb graph, 31 dam Kiauk tlroof Medley hf lUrthuma, 1st dam by Hlony i'trel,2t dim lorn litl.S per month Due care Ortts furnlshet at takon to proTeut ac Minis but will not In rot, on tibia should anr occur. 110 tl A . T. VC.V SBI.I.BY, tanf. rd. 17 1 U-o. Due when erTlcrsareren- Und. Mifl lo Insure a enarx in rol, nus wnrn sin ncin asceriaiuci, or $'i,7 to Ineu'e a llelng colt, due. whn the roll It oilf.1. OanTllle Wllkot It a botutlful mahogany hay, standi ng IS! h.nJt high, nf urt a trotting action and htt irottitd hit mile In 2.S): quartet in J zg&S .. llT T B GHESnPH lA op em roB BY KcilCllClij'H ICoUie IvHNt Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. The only Una running rULI.TU. NI.iV Sl.KEI'IXU CARS i2 A SOLID TRAIN raou Louisville, Cincinnati & Leilnrton, to Washington City, Connecting In the tame depot with '' Fast Trains for Now York. Lynchburg, Diavllle, Norfolk and alt Virginia and North Carolina I'olula. Fortlcketa inj further Information, apply to your nearett ticket offlce or addri-s- t W, W. Mon roe, Dlv. Freight and l'aatonger Agaut, Ialngtoo TneDlroctlloutato Ky. O, W.NHIT1I, II. W. Fltl.I.s-R- . Oau'l Managsr, Uon'l raas'r AgH. lchuoni, Virginia 1HHII. tHHO Mefefey The tire of trotters, roidstart and more f no y and tlrtt Clara Ktttern titrset than any olbr it ill Ion In Kentucky, will make tba season of 183! four miles wett of Stanford, directly on the Kuob Lick pike, and will, on account ot tba depression over everything, he, pertnl ted ti lerve maret at the rxtremely low price ot Louisville L.&N. & -- Nashville E. R. ORCAT- Till - THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUB Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and the Inconvenience Is soon forgotten." TREPAnED DY $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure. SOUTH & WEST -- WITH Dr. J. C. Ayer & Gold Co., Lowell, Mass. by all Druggists. LUMBER! Dressed Pine Flooring, (Jelling, Weather Boards. PinisbiDg Lumber, Green Lumber in the Ronh, including Laths and Shingle. KorthernnTMil'U'eof rur etntoniPM In Hisu ford and Tli'initjr wa have irrtOKed witu Otu. It. HViirrn to htfpnu bis yrd an uiorlmem a of our Lumber, whero tllxr can ll m He will alto tusk ultraslM for from ui direct snr bills not D hsmti, which wa will (III om sho' JIKI, VIS A A ootlce. Had Hitters Made of Wood. The manufacture of alcohol from wood baa increasod rapidly within a few years, and it is said to bo uso 1 largely for patent bitters, gingor extracts, and other alcoholic compounds whoso strong flavor luakos it to uso a bettor quality of spirits. Mllona. Wood alcohol Is a dangerous product, and sometimes gives rise to serious disturbances A kat r rl II of the brain and nervous system. Ex. change. It ( lUll.li i'n. The fashion of having ushers at an afternoon tea or reception is simply absurd. Tbo hastens who doc not know the peoplo she Invites had much butter not bo able to call them by name. Ushers are a convenience at wedding receptions, whore from necessity many guests uro strangers to either brida or bride-rrooibutinnn informal "at home" they ire as out of place as a policeuiau. Boctoa Ueaoon. look hi tl - U a oo jour label ed If r, It. HI'MI-- , r UU U OUr dies. "Owe BO ' hub a ; ..i . ' The Absurdity of Iluvlnir Usher. gt chp 234m it Uljr, Kj. VI. mcx mode Gve miles 'n ri 06"TJ.ij TUIO DADCD may to found on fllo at 0o.P. I rflrCli lUini Coa Xewiiuper Ait. sertlnlner llurewi lIUHnnii St ) whw ade.lillnT, lOlclia lAiutnwu may la mauu lor It 1i n.3 M.r Grass furnished at JJ per month Duo cue taken to pieveul accident! or escapee, but will li'it be la should any occur, Ueecrlptlun and Pedigree: Nobby Is a Jet black tar In forahra! and two white fuel, IS lun It high, liOMtSVllIo hands I Inch high, tine mtno and tall, good, bouy tO lVllMllvlllfl, leg, beautiful head and neck, excellent tbouldnr. back and loin In Isct, faultiest lu srniuittryj and ed will gusrantoe there doesn't II se a stallion i of abetter dliposllion, and these quatitlee Nobby it ba invariably Iropartt to bit progeny , recoid a!2i). aud told JLUtlo thatlre ot of Nobby, Jr for 15.000, wben hiooled very little One of bla Hiid New colu trotted last season, with little tiulnlng, In 180, another In 2 SS ind onnln 2 SI, and wattold for S2.S00. lilt luckllots wora tha tlet al the Only one chango to points In Hnatonvllle and Vanvtlia Fain over rings of twea colli. Nobby w&tslri; by Oar-rar- d ty and twenty-fou- r Chief, the aire of Ua.lt Dike, 2 2SK Mam. brinoHlppy,32Kj Red Crook. 2S3'; lilll Arp. 2 St; UarrarlChlet by Uambrlno cnlet, sirs of Lady Thorn, 1 ln',; Woodford Mimb Ino, 2 2I4, and others lu the 'i 80 Hit. First dam by Frank; 2d dam by Aratui; 3d dam by Uyidyk'a Hambletonian; 4th dam by Dlomade. Nobhy'i dam a Basking hornet on tha Una of thli roid will thoroughbred mire, tald tu be bi Imp, Tranby receive I'arting with mares ihall forfeit the Insurance fw.i raire. in all caaei aud a lien retained on all rolra until Jr8ea Agents of this Company lor ri tee, route ervico charge Is pall. For further .nloruuilon, V.I..CUOH, calloocraddreai aO'i Of writ Ot W. M. S.CAVKB,, U. I'. ATMOBK. AT. A.. T Mireh. !" j. Pullman Palaoe Sleepers. Atlnufa. Mcuiplsta' flsomgouiery, Molillo Orlcuus. Mock, .Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS .'. (..