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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886040201 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stemi 0 Veeklii VOL. XIV. ShiaMElttHi! ntefiot lonfimL NO. 112. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praiso tho Lord God is Lovo and ing Elso." Noth- 3ntwor$oraI -- AT Vnbtlahctl TittMiluu mid Friday a l'BUANNUMi OA8H. understood If w.ctoJlt that 11.50 petted and demanded. w 111 to ex. Allahabad, N. (CONTINUED W. P.Imdia, Feb. 8, '80. PKOM LAST I63UK. The dear mlssionariea have their tents and preaching places at theco mclas, doing what they can, to stem this tido of idolatry. And not a word spoken in LOVK, will fall HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. of its mark. I do believe that these faith After, a xck of tuoal capricious vrealh ful men and women, "sowing in tears" cr tbe month of March Is bIbmIUIdr Us dc shall yet "reap In jj," when they know parlure by a flrtt clin mow storra. that, but for their patient coining ol pre. To the Ladies Mm. Maggta Cmp' clous life, in flort to "do what bell iinJ Mr. P W. Gr"en, cl Huston they could," India could nover have been vllle. Invito attention to their new inlllln- - prepared for being "born in a day,' aa she rr oalabllahment. With a full line of assuredly will, "when Jesus come " Then services "Sower and reaper shall njolce together." elegant ami fashionable t03d-t- he of a city trimmerand an earnest drflre to and each shall see how indispensable each p'oase-th- ey respectfully aollolt your pa- was to the glorious consummation. Praise tronage. the LOKD1 The der Macketz!b ran Mioses J1 and LUzto Tidwell re- down for three days, and our beloved broth turned from a lll to their mother In er Woodslde, for two, during tho meeting By a most happy and "undesigned coinci Boyle county Monday. Mle L'ule on Wednesday to ford the raglnjc dence," the Major had to make an inspec UanHIng Fork on horseback. When abaul lion at the Allahabad Government Stores mldwy of the s'ream bur saddle turned Department, In the couru of his official duand the was dropped unccremonlooely into ties, and Bro Woodslde had business of the the riwbloK current, fihe bad presence of misrion, also calling him here. So we had mind to cltnc to Uw home until assistance a parting visit from these moat dear friends. reached her, anl k t ashou a wetter, if not At last parting day came, and ws bad to say "good bye," to our loving and lovely a wiea woman. Cil. Frank Wolford'rf epetcb en the friends at tbe "Jumna Mission." I couldn't eubject of pensions for military service In speak then, and I can't b)gin to write now, highly characterise of the old Kiraan. what I would like to say about tbe dear He not only Include every veteran of Mex-ca- n Lucases and our Henry Forman. At memorlw, but Insinuate tht it would tbe Woodnid-is- , and at Allahabad bo a peaceful compliment to tlo Confedertbe Lucase, as they welcomed so "sped ate survivor, mii! a merited tribute to the parting guests," who had lingered (or their acknowle ieil gtllantry, to accord to awhile in the old, familiar spots, consecraone ted by so many fond recollections. I esthem a pieuniarr reonltlon. I e bright Heaai of promise In the pievallinj: teem it one ot the j)j of my life that we disposition thus l itarlend tbe triml and were enab'ed to hold metine, filled with true. Home puards. the day I dawning special "power from on high," at both these e hare been pUoes, and at the Invitation of both these for ua. For over 20 year neglected I nui proud tj say we haTe dear brethren. Tho LORD'S blessing sc Our prudenre dur- comtianying the word, seemed, among other been uncomplaining. ing the war has dren ri'itllsl and tllustra-te- d things, to ba a gentle endors-mrof their uiolrsty Slb Christian LOVE, in welcoming ua to India by the which we have held ba;k our claims Hut, atone, among so many others that might should a gratuful country ifielt on have filled ui with Joy by "doing likewise" our lidalltj in l.er hour of nerd, as though tho good LORD had bjen let none of u wpnod her malernit spirit pleased with their treatment of Hi itinerWhy not piol our ant embassadors, ami wsnted to show it, so by re j?c iug hor tl m grmt public charity en- that all could understand ills gracious approceed io mm for inn'ance or en larging the proval of their conduct. Thus we read the lesson, dowing a Im-- o hill club? Perhaps we are partial to ourselves But thus we love tn think of these LouliTllleTobaco Market, furnMieil by Glover A Durrelt, Louisville Ware closing services in the "North Western Provinces" of this great India Praise the house: Tbe Iluiley market ha developed LORD for such faithful, loving friends no new features this week, the common Dear Henry rorman is the eon of the An occasional grade sllll preJomlnttr werk a hlh a $14. lovely daughter of Dr Newton, who was of new Hurley eold this that memorable party, 10 in number, on but tbe great bulk of the oflringa were of the "Annie Bucknam," sailing from Bxton, that character which are wiling below S3 of tbe on tbe 5lh of Sopt, 1854 We loved bim Itecaipt continue small on account wife and I for his mother's sake. Now, unfavorable weather condition for hind-lin- g we all love him dearly, for his own. Withtobacco. The tobacco m t In dernind out exception I think him the most prom-iaingia the rleS, clear reJ lesf with considers- alt the younger missionaries of the 2052 hhdi. blebody. 8 ilea for the wek the week 1,070 hhd. The Presbtterian Board in North India. There Receipt for following are the qiotatlona for new Bur-le- is a btautiful maturity of character about Dark Uesh 3 to 1; olory Hash 1 to him, rarely seen in one ao young. Wo are proud to Mjink we won his love and esteem 6; common lug. not c dory 4 to 6; colory r to under most disadvantageous circumstances; lug 5 to 7J; common leaf not colory for at first, he had been fearfully preju8j good leaf 8 to 11; fine leaf 11 to 13; le-ldiced against us. No younger brother wrappery tobacco 13 to 18. could have treated ua with mora assiduous There are in the Frankfort Penltent'ary and affectionate attentiocs, than thro he twelve convict, under 15 rear of age and lavished upou us while we were guests un230 bitween the age of 16 and 20 yean. der the roof-treof Bro Lucas. May tbe There i a serious mistake lurely in placing blessing of the "God of our Fathers" abide those who are etill children in the eyea of in this noble young missionary, and all his the law, even though tbey may have com. lifo be brighter fur the kindness shown to milted crime, anion: old criminal whore the pilgrim "troupe" he was kind to. association will confirm thrm in wickedSister Lucas and Henry F concluded to ness and make their leformation hopeler. accompany us to Benares which neither The Plate should provide a separate insti- bad ever visited and dull tbe keen edge tution where bo) and girl convicted of of parting thus. It I revolting crime could be confined to Tuesday, Fin 0 We say good-bya boy 15 year and under sento think of the dear spot, linked while life lasts with tence for eoino cflenre to live a year in names so dear, that it will always move the sesnclatlon with gray haired heart to speak them. The train speeds its constant tbley"", burglar and murderer. Punish- awift way across the superb bridge that ment should always be tampered by reason spans the Jumna, in full view of the Mis and mercy. fllopkinsville New Era. sion HouBf, and just above the point where The pjblic generally looki with suspl its lovely stream grows forever turbid, and cion and distrust, not to ay indlcnatlon, lost in tbe mighty Ganges, that absorbs it. upon the atfoclatlon of capital to form a How many sweet lives have I resn thus "pool" to advance the price of article; o swallowed up, in my short experience? loo, tbe public can not regard with favor The very names of these rivers, how they any association of labor to advance its own "point a moral!" "Qangea" Is harsh to utter price, unless it b based on real distress and bear. "Jumna" is soft and falls with caused by the unscrupuloua use of tbe pleasant cadence on the ear. I am glad power of capital. Strikes our dear friends live on the Jumna, before are made successful by the enlistment of its waters mingle with tbe muddy tide nublio sympathies, and wheio there re no which it can only swell. Alan it may not exceptional hardships, there can be no sym purify. So have I known fair, gentle girls unite their pure Uvm with those of dissinarrodsburg Democrat. pathies. pated men, whom they loved, and hoped A letter vt package, of written matter, to reform thereby. Vain hope I They only destined for Europe, and paying letter poet wrecked themselves. The stronger dragged age waa yesterday mailed at the postoQIce tbe feebler down, and two lives were carin thta city oa which. y8 postage, araouniea ried out togetuer to tbe wild, deep sea, to 140.30. Tho paokage welched twenty where one might have sufficed had not the eight pounds and fourteen ounces. No lim other been betrayed by "loving not wisely it k,plao4 08 ,be weight of.firetlftH in Jesus, lisalted to foltr but too well." Ever Geo, O. Barnis. pounds. Sasa, BrakaB. once sent through - than Bjuubeb, India, Feb. 10, 1880, when rataa were bighewhich paid $250 (Address Auckland, New Zaland,careof they are now, a package Postmailsr.) Francisco Alta. s poaUge.-S- an Deab Interior, (This new address will The six laret cine of the United reach us if letter are written promptly Brook-lyStates are New York, Philadelphia, afUr this is received. Any one writing Chicago, JJoatoa and8t 'Louis, which will please look at tb.e "postal rates," other by the census of 188Q possessed populations wise the letter may fall of lis destination, of 1 200,500; 840,081; 500,689; 503.304; 302,. for hck of proper stamps. Let us resume:) 525: 350,522 respectively, or a total aggreBenares is reached: on our way Southgate population of 3 830,031. London in wards, in 4 hours from Allahabad. About of 3 814,571 -- a 1881 hid a population We could not well 100 lulled, thtiefuro. iu layer of the sli. W. P. WALTON. g Fut-tehgu- nt y: ect e o give it tbe y without after regrets. H wo turned aside to tarry for one night in this most sacred of all Hindoo cities. It is reached by a short branch road thn rail way, in its imperial fashion, paying n- - uvirr respect to antiquated religious prejudice, than any other iconoclast, and jauntily whisking by the great worshiping centre with perfect contempt, for tho simple rea son that it is not on the "air line." What cirea the "iron horse" for "holy places" "off the line?" During our slay In Allahtbid wo made tho acquaintance of a splendid young Hindoo who i a captain of tavalry in the service of the Rajah ol Bsnares Accompanying his liege lord on a bathing expedition to the sacred junction, be fell In r.ilh Preaching Bro. Lucu at the Mission Place, and the remilt was an invitation to the Mission House, where he called on evenlngr; two of which he three succes-iv- e e with us. He wa acspent till by hi elder brother and a friend, companied but he, being the only one of the party who could spsak Eagllsb, and bjlng, naturally, far more attractive than the other two, we all took to him. The brother is a most sensible man a major of cavalry withal Mnd brother Lucas had long talks with him in Hindustani, while wo were "cultivating" the handsome Captain in English. The upshot of it was that we all took a violent fancy to the sprightly and insenu- ous young officer and were very glad when he lotd us that he was to go to Bmares a day or two before us and would take great pleasure of doing the honors of the an cient city for our party. Knowing the average "native" I am eorry to say we were a little in doubt as to whether his promise was not the customary polite but unmean ing proffer of service unlimited, ono is constantly meeting from the suave, sleek tongued inhabitants of this insincere land. And lam glad to be able to add that we For the dear were agreeably disappointed. fellow turned up as promptly as possible, at the Bsnares IUllway Stition, and soon had us on a largo boat of tho Rajah's, where, under a comfortable awning and propelled by sido wheels worked by a number of coolies (instead of steam) we went sailing up the Ganges in superb style. Ojr interesting Captain has a fearful name to Eagllsb ears -- but I beg my read-er- a to believe that it represents as floe a young fellow as we have teen in Indis. ia not Vindbjshwan-Prasada-Bingto Occidental taste whatever it may seem to Orientals. But B P. S. is a a' that and a' that." grand fellow-"- for Benares Is on tbe left bank of tho mighty Ganges, which here is a high bluff, alodg tbe whole river front of tho city. The fa moua bathing "ghauta" are just flight ol steep stone steps lining the river for more than a mile, ,and intermingled with numberless little temples of the Orthodox pyra midal form so well known in pictures as "pagodas" of varying elegance of finish and construction. The view of these bathing ghauts Is something never to be forgotten once seen. It is as perfectly u cenmi as the Taj or the Kootub -- already described. Slowly we "worked" (vlcarioualy) up stream leisurely inspecting this world renowned bathing place, with our kind and obliging B. P. S for a cbaperone. I first of all noticed, with great gratifies lion having not tbe least sympathy with Htndoolsm, though much for the poor Hindoosthat there is a general air of tumbledown and dilapidation, most marked and significant; that I ardently hope is symbolical of the decadence of the dreadful superstition behind these flights of stone steps. I saw along the whola line, but one new ghaut going up, and that was on a most insignificant scale, that only s reed as a foil, to set off more strikingly, the crumbling magnificense of (he work of ancient rsjahs and pious plutocrats, who had constructed at prodigious cost, what their successors, of this loose, age, did not even care to keep in decent repair. Bat their work even in semi ruin ia marvellous for massivenees and grandeur. go-bbed-timh mel-Iilluo- IT BEATS AUCTION PRICES. Everything is away down at POWERS' DRY GOODS STORE THE PRETTIEST AND BEST CALICOES Ever brought to town at 5 cents per yard; Comfort Calicoes 3c, in good, dark styles. 15c Worsteds 10c. CHEAP ii OOTTilSTTIEIR, I AIinoHt evorytlilng that wan 10c and I5c before tbe auction Is now on this counter at 5c. TIiIh Includes Ladier", Hen's and Children's Hosiery, Handkerchief, Fine Xlncn Collars for Men and Boys and Ladiea' Collars; 3 papers Pins for 5c. Fifteen Cents' Worth of almost anything for five cents, and all of next week you will find it so. Fine JLinen Shirt Bosoms, worth 25 c, Tor 5c. All hinds of fancy things that were 15c to 25c are Aire mm wGmwwmm9 wonld. ' now 5 cents. Ho come within ten days from this date and a dollar will go as far as fire dollars originally No surging crowds by thousands wait en laat yearV beaten candidate. No clamcr meets him when he comes, no mneic notes, no beat of drum?, and no bells clang in sounding eteeples the joy of loud, uproar ious people; no email boys shout, no maid ens smile, no band parade in martial style; tbey thower no (hirers on his head, no shoulcr paints the town red; he feels tbe blajtt of Fate's cold winter, for O, atat! he's fallen into unnoticed, silent, empty, nude, ioocuous diiqnielade. fLynn Union. BOimNB ! mak-logh- H. K. TAYtOB, Of LOO AN COUNrV, ts a Candfdatafor tho office of8uperlntendeot of Public Imtructlon, subl ct to tbe Democratic State Con rent Ion, Dojou know Bourne, the bald.headed taan at 's ibo new Drag Store 7 If not, lose co time In acqualntane. Mill lie la polite, accommodating, and lla bla goods lower than tho lowest, nehasjustrecilred a new The property known as the Hustonvtlle Flouring cargo or Paints for tho Spring trade, a splendid Mills will bo offered for sale to the highest and beat bidder, on of Lacdrtth'a Seeds in bulk, the Celebra ted LeMare'a Hock Cryiul Spectacles and Saturday, April 10th, 1880. DrujgMa' Sundries, Burglcal Instruments, Musical Goods, Show Caso Articles, and a This property Is new, commodious! y located at HustcnvlUc, Lincoln county, Ky., In a fine farmA Fnll Line of Drugs, Patent Medi- ing region; runs two sets or flour burrs and one sot corn do.; is furnished with amplo machinery and tne later appliances and ia capable of cines and Chemicals. "Ys, sir," yellc I the eocialistic agitator, doing large and excellent work. bo positive. Terms mado known "I am the workincmanV friend." As for ToIIct'Artlclca well, If you want to mar- onTbe sale will day cfsale. "On, go 'long," 8nid a real workingman, ry, go Immedlateljlo W 11. SMITH, 102 td "you havn't done an honest day's work in President Uustonvllle Mill Co. two years.' Oppodte the Mrer House, Stanford, Kr "Of course I haven't. That's just where Valuable Property for Sale Eje-Glus- BOURNE'S. I show my friendship for the workingman. I keep my hands off so he can have tie ob ("Chicago News. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R "illnoGrnss Route.' Shortest and Qaiokost Bonte from Oen tial Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between Papier M'cho has come of late to be largely used in tbe manufacture of theaU rlcal properties, and nearly all tho magnificent vrp en, the handsome plaques, the graceful statues and the superb gold and silver plate seen to day on tbe stage are made of that material. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. ThelxalSalYe In the world lor Cuts. Bruise Bore, Halt Rheum, Ferer Soros, Tetter, Chapped. IJandi, Ckllblalns, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and poisltlTelj cures Piles, or no par required. I, U guaranteed to giro porfoct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 33 cents per box. For aalo by Penny & McAllitor. ls'nature'siown remedy, made from roots gathered Irom'the forests of Georgia. The method by which Wires and Mothers. Daughters, It is mads u obtained by a half.brerd from the Dr. Marchlsl'a We emphatically Creek.Indlans whojlnhablted a certain portion of Female Remedy, t cure Female Dls- - Georgia, which was communicated to one ol the Tnflt.mmff.tlnn and .ft, rWtrlan trniihtM.-, -- . w CHni.uww early settlers, and.thus the formula has been hand Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearlDg ed down to tbe present day. Tbe above cut repIrregular! tles,,Barreoneas, Change oi down felling, resents the method of manufacture twenty years Llfe.Leuchorrbcea, bealdea many weaknesses spring- ago, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one or the present propriing from the abore, like Headache, Bloating, Spietors. Tbe demand hu been gradually Increasing nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nerxous Debility, until a J 00,000 laboratory la now necessary to supPalpitation ot the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drug-gis- t. ply the trade. A foreign demand hu been created Prices tl and tt 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. and enlarged facilities will be necessary to meet It. J. B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. This great For aalo bv Penny A McAllster, Druggists. LEXINGTON South-Bouxd. a& CINCINNATI 18S5, Schedule In Effect Oct. 11, NO. 6, TJoT Ho.lt Ex. San. 2 00 2 32 Ex. Sun Falmouth..... Cynthlana... Arr. rRnjmmHHt. 11 11 Dally Lve, Covington.- -. Swift's Specific gua-ant- ... --- Arr. Winchester., 11 Hlchmond...., " Lancaster .., 11 Bowland Lve. Blcbmond.. Arr. Berea " Livingston.. ROBTH-BOOW- Lexington..- -, Lve. Parts- - " 11 11 12 8 10 9 55 01 49 7 am 8 10 pm 31 Dm am lOW pn am tl 00 p in ,, pm am 5 15 87 p ra pra pm pm 6 17 pn 11 12 SO d io 0 00 2 05 a m 11 03 p ml 5 25 p m p mill 40 p ml 8 10 p m 2 00 p ml... ............ I 7 25 p it ii mi,... pm., am 11 -- p lUIHllKIIIHimM ait pm 8 00 ...... No.S No. XQ No. 1 Lve. Livingston . I O 1 over-weenin- g Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been cauied in the viciniCUBES ty of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. K. Corley, who was so helpless he could not turn In bed, or raise his head; everybody aald he Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula. Eczema, Ulwas dying of Consumption. Atrial bottle ot Dr, cers, Ilhenmatism, Blood Taint, King's New Discovery waa sent him. Finding re next issue (continued lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr Hredltary or otherwise, without the use of Merhe had What King's New Lire Pills, and by the time tho Dis- cury or Potash. the penitentiary) Visitor (in Books on "Contagious Blood Poison" and "Blood taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ot brought you to this place, my friend? and Skin Diseases" mailed free. covery he waa well and had gained In flesh For aale by all druggists. pounds. Trial bottle ot this Great DiscovConvict Sneeiing. THE BWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ery for Consumption free at Penny A McAlIster's. -S- neexlnn? Visitor Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. N. Y. 157 23dSt. Convict Yis, sorr. It woke the glntle-ma- n Positive Cure for Piles. got up, an' he nabbed me. Have you Tnth twonlacl this county we would say that DB. "W. B. PENNY. ws have been gtven the Agency of Dr. Marchlsl'a a bit er tobaccy about ye, sorrr-im- w It&llin Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed BTANFORDD, KY York Sun. to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Office on Lancaster street, i ext door to Iaia-bio- b 12 a. Great rivalry as to speed exists among Blind Blooding or Itching Plus. Price wo a box. m, Jocrval office. OtSce home from 8 towhen and t to 8 r. K. Anesthetics administered annually take grain For sale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists, .) Vegetable Blood Purifier Arr. Hlchmond . Lve. Rowland.... " Lancaster ... Arr. Richmond.., Lve. Richmond ... Arr. Winchester.. Arr Paris Lve. Lexington . Lve Pari Arr. Covington .. rofl 10 22 am ...1 11 S5a m 7 15 8 06 00 vU ft 11 ami ami am 6 01 am 1 25 p ml, 7 05 ami 2 25 ain 8 t3 a m S 25 a m 7 25 a ra 8 20 a tn 8 55 a m 11 " Cynthlana. ' Falmouth.. 9 55 a in 80 a m 2 40 S 30 3 58 4 48 8 00 p m 4 20 pm p m 5 20 pm p m 6 54 pm p m 6 67 pm p tn 8 45 pm Bf AYSVIIXE NOBTll-BOON- BRANCH. To.6l, thlr-ty-a- lx Dally Ex. Sun, "No. U.. - Dally-Ex- Son. Lve Covington. 14 Xon,tlst. ... " raria Arr MUleraburg " Carlisle " Johnson...., " Maysvllle. UOCTH-BOTtf- Lexington 2 00 725am 4 20 8 20 a m 5 25 8 47 a m 5 48 9 OS a m 6 10 tu OS a m 7 07 10 50 b m 7 60 No. 61 pm pm pm pm pm pra pm Dally Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun 5 45a m 2 45 p ra 8 27 a m 5 28 p ra 7 26 a m 4 25p m 7 48 a m 4 47 pm 8 15 a m 6 15 p sa 9 10 a m 8 10 p m Ill 30 a m 845 pm No. 64 the sailing ships that and flour to Eagland from Oregon and California. The distance is 18,000 miles, and three crack ships oompeted this year, the winner, Lucknow, making the toyage to Southampton in 100 days, and tbe second best reaching Qaeenetown in 110 days. neceasary. tl5-ljrr- Lve Mavavllle., What Can Be Done ? By trying again and keeping up courage many thlnga seemingly Impossible msy be attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver 1 P- -i dsVSWO war CblUMSlMCWffc. the-aall- first-clas- n, oi A physician at Wing's 8tation writes to the Medical record that a woman of that village, hardly past middle li'e, and now in good health, has given btrlh to twenty five children. The same writer tells of three sisters in Northern Vermont who have respectively borne twenty five, twenty two and eighteen children. Frank Waller was arrested In Butler, Ga , Bill Walkon the supposition that he wai who was charged with murder. When er, taken to Forsyth for identification and told that he didn't look at all like Walker, he grinned and said: "I knowed I wasn't Bill Complaint have txen cured by Electric Bitters, after everything elae had been tried In vain. Bo don't think there la no cure far you, but try Electric Bittere. Tber Is no medlolne so safe, ao puro and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electiio Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases or the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections or Stomach and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. Large Bottles only SO cents a bottls at Penny A McAllster. CATARRU CUBED, health and aweet breath Catarrh Remedy. Price 50c. For sale by M. L. Bourne. WILL YGU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Bhlloh'a Vltallier Is guaranteed to cure you. For sale by M. L. Bourne. THAT HACKING COUQHI'can be ao quickly cured by Bhlloh'a Cure. We guarantee It. M.'L. Bourne. 8LEEPLE93 NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible couisb. Rhlloh'a Cure la the remedy for tor S4IO Rl M, u. uouruna, I you. secured bv Bhlloh'a Nasal Injector free. I r TD nV, VI .Y W' thviilei of thit'tliu ! ret.t,l., iml his ri" i'tt k&Wtrul uuttM ' tlvtt, ' VVRrjtY PRpV I) O ls lin th tni Ui le4 St. Johnsan, Carlisle ...... MUleraburg Arr Pans....,.M. H Lexington.... " Covington ... lij:(. sm:thi:ii'mi :'cu,ntr.Btrn3 "" v",h lsw Ghuwon iww i'0 ,ttu r hia s ISPa Bttdfort. 8 and 4 are dally between Winchester, Lexington and Covington; other train ar dally except 8unday. Dlrect'cqnn. eUons are made at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W, Va., and Eastern cit- Notk. Trains ies. Fast Line.1 Nos. S and 4 run via Wtnehester, Bolld Trains, with Pullman Bleeping Cars betweest Men Think they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know ia not to have. Cincinnati and Richmond, Vs., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through ticksta and baegage checked to any destination reached by railroad. 8. F. B. MORSE, W. H. WHITTLE8EY, Passenger Agent, Trav. Pass. Agent, Corington, Ky. Lexington, Ky C. W. SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Manager. 0n. P kt PENNYROYAL S.S) y w "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." lutliMoitOlt ts LADIES. Ask Druul.t lr ot "I'Mehottr". rnilUliut Uli at .ihtrrftn-- .,lurii. . nthlU (t.nip.)to ut for rUcvlir. in titttr 'V NSMt PAHSSi.. iiiencMcr t--V The Orlirtiinl nnil Only tli'suiiiie. ud tlwtjt RtlUKU. RaA ftf worihlr.. ImttaMtts. Jr 22,053 WalUr." otj;. l'cmajrrl allla. Vr I r Tsit t . m wr -- "s air,:."u-!-- j v-- w'iiqgs.-g- ; inr,-- ; nMiiWHWWtWHiuuiijtLlU'.Li., ,,u n j. ... ""'" .x&SBJfc' mip'W.'j ..;, r ss 42- - 1 1 ' The ladies of the mite society ot the Al Bennet, formerly of Louhvlllc, was the arrangements and hie shot and killed at Memphis by a woman Methodist Church South realized $37 by for arbitration between Mr. Gould Thursday. striking employees at St. Louis, but it was namod L"uns May Porter, with ffhom. he tho entertainment given last Wo bcliove in a high protective tariff finally agreed that tho men, or thoio who bun living. Tbo prospect of an inundation at In Dinville, wo do. Walsh, the merchant April 2, 1880 had not Injared the Cunpany' prop.rtT, Stanford, Ky In town this week fROYAt-mVwork and none of those em- Richmond. Va.. was cood at last account. tailor of Louisville, was W should go to lJ Ji town and and being guilty of the crime of taking a ployed during the strike flbould bo dis- Tho James was crawling up into clothes, had to charged. The order to resume work wm merchants were romovlng their wares to few measures for suits of W. P. WALTON. leave abruptly to avoid n penal prosecuPowderley and the higher ground. ' given by Grand Master Senator Vance ndJresed the Senate tion. O. Bailey, formerly of Somerset, wheels of emmerce ugain go round and -- J. unquall-OcMiss Cleveland haa expressed round. Tho result is far from a victory Wodneoday in ndvocacy of his bill to repeal bought this week of C. T. Worthington 2 any evening drees for wodisapproval of the Civil ServioaHw. and was very forci registered for tho striken. shorthorn heifers for $150, men "nhich shows the bust." She haa no ble in his denunciation of what ho termed which with Bomo other stock purchased in Governor James Faost all we can gather, objtcticn to tbo display of the neck and and unconstitutional enactment which robs this vicinity he will ship to Kansas City. arms, and leaves her own bare on all full B, McCreary will have no opposition in hii tbe Prceident of his prercgotive. MexHrs Kngleman & Fields bought recently This occasions; but she lays down the rule own nartT tor re election to Congress. drew Tho Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe P. W. Brown, of Circlovllle, Ohio, the that "between the neck and bust there is a is eminently proper, since he has reflected announce a through rate from the Mieeouri of fine brood rusro "Htla Elliott" by Barney which can- credit alike on himself and his constituenlino always to be drawn," and river to San Francisco of $G net, or $10 Lizzie Fl;g by Blacklock not ba pa'ted without producinR an eflect cy, at Washington, aud dcierrcs to bo re- from Chicago. The round trip rata from Williauia out of and from 8. J. Fleming, of Terro Haute, deis no turned by a unanimous voto. Thero "shocking, nausealinp, revolting and Chicago, good for 00 days, is $53. It is lad., nnother fino mare "Little Nell" by serving of the utmost denunciation on the republican in tho district that can even the Union Pacific that beauty, health, and every aflord him amuaement in a canvass for his and Denver and Rio Grande will meet the King Lear, son of Lexington, let dam score of morality, by Imported Lexington, both will be other consideration which good men and office. cuts. bred to the fine horne Harry O'Fallon. exwomsn should coueplro to preserve and James II. Mulligan, tho Fontaine Fox The jury In the caso against Milton A petition has been circulated in Danact." The old sinner of the New York Babbitt of Lextnzton. has accepted the Wralt. James Wvatt. Ls.no Wyatt and Legislature to prohibit Sun devotes a column to this important nomination for Mayor of that city, tender- 8teve Turner, for the killing of Cyrus and ville asking the oven the sale of beer "within two miles of fashmatter and proves that t Im been the ed him by disgruntled democrats "and re Henry Young, io Madison county two lhiiiorJrnTirtariM. A More ol I'urltjr. College." The Legislature should strength and wliolooiucuen. iiurul economical ion in all ages, no less in times when social publicans. The present incumbent, John years ago, returned a verdict of guilty and Centre not object of tho than the ordinary Unit, tnd ran low t cold In pass no such law as the sole ut, borl morals were Btrict than in times when they son, is the regular democratic nominee and fixed their punishment at 21 years each In compttltlon with the multlluJaof movemont is to crush Mr. F. W. Handman weight alum or phoiptuta pwdr. Soli onl y In were lax, for women to reveal to the admir- the true democrats should see that he is the penitentiary, except Milton yatt llovii. IUxiko I'ownaR Co.. cioi. who keeps a licensed and perfectly orderly & Water The Bucket iM Wall Hlrrtt, N . Y. ing gaza the beautiful swell of the bosom elected. whose sentence was for only.15 years. housonear the depot, where no stronger while others Purifier when such beauty existeJ, Mr. Watterson will go to Europe in beverage There are two nights of labor in this la an Improvement on any rump or Elevator ytt than beer is sold. There is no have shown their wisdom by avoiding to office Monday and Thursday nights. ItiTfattJ, Thecupadrecendtnt; tall of air and atMay and remain until September. Mrs. other licensed place in this part of the tending full of water, circulate tht air Irora botattempt the impossible. The writer furBourbon News. Exactly the Bame here, Watterson and Matter Ewing Watterson county where a citizsn who wants a glass tom to top of clitern or well, removing wlgflee, 3IT. VERNON, KY. water huge, and rendering lb water pure, remov ther argues that there is not "intrinsically and they are as many aa we want. joining Miss Mildred of beer can get it, and that great numbers will accompany him, loz all color, bad tatte or tutll. Thli l'umn haa any more immodesty in showing the beaun i an Improved chain) no links to get twlitrdi each Hotel is still Watterson, who is now In Switzsrland. It of tbem do want it is evidenced by the ThlioM and WE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. reasonable. cup iiMiuertxi permanently, ana iniieau oia una, fins reputation, Chtrgi tiful curve of the bosom than there is in is rumored that there will be a conjunction a flat pl ol galTanlaed Iron la bicJ. Do not fact that Mr. Handman does a big business Special attention to the trartllog public. exposing tho neck and chest, the arms and and Mr. Watpurchase a pump until you tbli. A bill passed the House to repeal the of Minister Boyd Winchester and I making money. Tbe College stuVery reipectlully. 31. 1'. XKH'COJf if, lWr, shoulders. The exhibition, too, is quite as M-Paris, followed by an adjourn- dents are not allowed to drink there even terson in Middleburg Seminary. Mt. Vernon, Ky. grounds na it is on charter of the unassailable on Mr. Bobbitt has offered a bill to chat- ment to London, where most of the sum- if they desire to, and as their profesor do Ye grounds of taste and morality. Times. mer will be spent. ter the Crab Orchard Normal School. not desire to drink there, and do not, it is aloo that as a general thing the deThe North, Central and South Ameri- difficult to see where the injury to Centre A bill for the benefit of School Disfashion is apt to be more nunciation of the trict No. GO in this county, puesd the can Exposition, which opened with such a College comes in. It argues nothing that ardent in the young to whom niggard naflourish of trumphets on the 10th of No- Mr. House. Handman, who has large pecuniary ture has denied tho beauty they insist The House passed a bill to pay sur- vember, closed Wednesday. It ha proven interests at stake, has, to prevent the sudthe old and sick should ba concealed, or in geons $50 for post mortem examinations, even a bigger failure than its predecessor, den and complete sacrifice of those inter ly in whom it haa passed its bloom, so that and will leave a similar legacy of hopclees ests, been tormented into partial acquiesinstead of $10 as now, they no longer dare to confront the air for bill to pay teachers of common debts. During the past three weeks each cence with the scheme. There is alreadv A fear of ague and catarrh." echools monthly, passed the House. It pro- visitor to the immense buildings has had enough law on the "drink" question to sat-f- y Qkn. Wolfokd is running the pension vides that the County Superintendent may two or three acres of apace to himrelf to Dealers tn all klnJiof all reasonable people and the L?ciala bushes into the ground. He haa just in- borrow money for the purpose when neces- rattle around in. It is the lonesomest place sure should call a halt. on the dismal delta of the Mississippi. troduced a bill in the House granting a sary. Letter from Richmond. honorably pension of $S per month to all Mr. Bobbitt voted against the bill to fEmmett Logan. To the Editor ot tht Inferior Journal. Bailors who served increase taxation for the benefit of the discharged soldiers and OARRARD COUNTt DEPARTMENT. Richmond, March 31. As per announcein tho Union army during the late war, branch penitentiary. The majority of his Lancaiter. ment in Lancaster letter, the rites of matriand directing the Secretary, of the Interior constituents will endorse any vote to keep between Bam Miller's Shetland pony dropped a mony were solemnized here to furnish artificial limbs (or their equlva down taxes. pretty little horse colt Wednesday evening Mr. The. M. Johnston, of Lancaster, and lpnt in money) to Confederate soldiers or An act appropriating $120,000 for the A large Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Wool, Oraiu, Seeds, Goal and Lumber, call atwhich is greatly admired by the young Mi.a Effie Potts, of this city. sailors who lost legs or arms in the war, branch penitentiary at Eddy ville passed the number of friends were present, mostly of folks. Inhiszealtogetthe last cent of Burplus House. In order to provide the fund a tax tention to their The rink managers advertise a fancy this place. The bride Is a brunette of rare cents on each $100 of drees carnival for Friday evening. A pair beauty from the treasury, Gen. Wolford ecems to of three and one-hand is accomplished in tbe highest forget that there are other duties encum property is leyied for the year 1886. of fine skates will be given to the beat gen- sense of the term. She is a granddaughter bent upon a representative save that of in The House passed a bill appropriating tleman skater. of Mr. W. N. Potts and seems to be a gencreasing and multiplying the pension ex $2,000 for new buildings at the Danville About ten o'clock Wednesday night fire eral favorite. Tom got left a good many pense of a country, which haa been more Deaf and Dumb Asylum and $1,000 annu- was discovered In the residence of 8 L. times during his courting days, to my cerHWal with her Boldiers than any in the ally for machinery, tools, etc., and the in- Ashley. An alarm was raised and by hard tain knowledge, but that seems to have world. The proposition to furnish Con- struction of the inmates in use thereof. work the fire was subdued without any B- "worked together for his good," for "verily federate soldiers with limbs can result in The Governor has signed the gam- erious damage being done. Had the fire I say unto you" he has obtained a "pe.rl of nothing further than to give the republi- - bling bill and it is now a law. It is now gotten a good headway it is likely the bus- great price." The groom ia too well known fjinm in PnncrPM another chance to wave a penitentiary offense to gamble in any iness portion of town would have been deto render comment neceaeiry. That he the bloody shirt. way. Young lambs are not even permitted stroyed. will prove worthy of the prize that he has Randall Dltc or Wbeol Marrow, Tbomtt Smoothing Harrow, Kalamatoo Hprloi Tooth Hard to gambol on the green. l8outh Kentuck-ian- . row, Acme Harrow, Scotch Harrow, Eram' Three Section Harrow; Kraoi' Wm. Clark and Win. Taylor, two Com l'lsnteri drawn in the grand lottery of life, none An act to encourage perjury has passed and Check Itowera, Cballeece lhort Drllli and Check Plintan Cbmbloed. TrUngular Hand Turnyouths, were tried before Judge Sin- who know him thoronghly will deny. May er, Furit and Bradley Culilitor. Malta Cultivator, IroaIlcam Double tlhoTe! with Kendirt and as a similar one has run the the House and many other cood one Juit In nuod. gleton Monday charged with shooting a his path in the future, unlike that of the NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. gauntlet in the Ssnate, will no doubt behorse and disorderly conduct. Each were past, figuratively speaking, ba strewn with defendBarney Macauley, tho actor, io dead. come a law. It Is to permit the fined $5 and costs on the latter charge. flowers that never wither, and may their Georgia claims a loss of over two milant to testify in criminal cases. He shall Taylor was fined $25 and ten days for car- anticipation of a future of bliss be exaeled not, however, be compslled to do so, and lions by the flood. rying a pistol. He had his final trial be- in pleaiure by the realization. Key West, FJa., has Buffered a million his refusal ahs.ll not ba considered Tuesday. He confessed fore Judge Walker The regular K. C. passenger train deevidence against him. He shall and a half fire, nearly wiping it out. and was fined $10 and 30 dee, making his serves the name of the "double quick lightto testify in behalf of the The little village of Warwick, Ohio, also be the first sentence 80s days in the work house. ning expreaA." A wedding party left Landefense. When two or more persons are was, with the exception of the railroad den colored caster in a carriage this morning at the Scott Buchanan, a jointly charged they ahall testify in behalf pot, wiped out by fire. who Is an important factor to fishing same time the train did, and the entire Henry Taylor was drowned in the man, of each other, unless accused of conspiracy. parties, picnics and similar excursions, is a party had arrived here, registered at the Roundstone near Mt, Vernon while attemptWo do not know that the law will Berious-effeIi tbo one thatcarrlc the largMtand member of the colored Baptist church of Garnet House and made preparations for justice since the jurors are the judges ing to swim it on a mule. being but human, is of dinner when the steamboat-likthis place. Scott, whistle Fourteen persons were badly injured of the credibility of witnesses and will and err he does often of the K. C. Train was heard at the Richin weighing the testi- on the Air Line near Huntingburg, Ind., course liable ta err make due allowance and by getting on a stem winding, IS karat mond depot. An old fellow on that train mony of a man who is trying to keep out by a car jumping the track. drunk, When Scott indulges himself in yesterday remarked that he had made bet of the penitentiary or save his neck. A mob took an Italian from tho jail this popular form of amusement the dea- ter time than it does many a timo while at Vickbburg and hung him for attempted TnE Owensboro Jlwcngcr finds that durcons of the church turn him out. On get- belonging to the infantry during the war Our ficlIltlM for but log and tb discount on tho great quantities we buy enaMfs u ta glre Utter rape on the postmaster's little daughter. pr ccs than ny oae. ting himself again he appears before that and carried at least an hundred pounds on ing the setting of the Legislature this "poMr. A. 8. Woodruff, Secretary of tho "Alreasoning powers his shoulders berfdes. A ride over that has been incubated: litical State" body and by bis superior Southern Baptist Theological Seminary bert S. Berry, of Newport, for Governor; persuades them to again admit him into railroad is calculated to make a Bapliit died at his home in Louisville Tuesday. James R W. Smith, of Louisville, for the fold. This has been going on for years fall from graca unless ho ii "dyed in tbe -- Mn. Dickson will be appointed postLieutenant Governor; Barry South, of Scott's breaks are becoming more wool." McCreary and and aa master at Harrodsbnr. Frankfort, for Auditor; Chas. Offult, of Parfrequent it was plain something must be While in Lancaster last night, I learned Durham have both asked her appointis, for Attorney General, and Robt. Burdone, as, to quote one of the deacons: "He that our democratic candidate for Comment. nett, of Cadiz, for Treasurer," We doubt is defacing our record book by bo often be- monwealth's Attorney would havo opposiThe Senate has confirmed the appoint combination has bepn formed, ing put out and then being taken back tion for that position in the person of Mr. that such a Hut we of Messrs. Attilla Cox, Jas. F. Robin has and should' by any possible ment but if it again. So much erasing has almost de Wm Herndon, of that place. If that son and Thomas S. Bronston to be Revenue chance be nominated as a whole, "It would stroyed the book." It was therefore aug proves to be all tbe opposition that "Dick" deserve defeat," and Collectors for Kentucky. not only invite, but the suggestion carried out that has to overcome it will be smooth sailing for The naval drill by the North Atlantio gested and any good republican could do It. hereafter a slate be used for the purpose of him. Should the gallant and intelligent Squadron, which is to occur in Pensacola upon, Although a democratic administration Bay April 6th, will attract a large crowd. keeping Brer. Buchanan's name troub- John W. Yerkes, of Danville, bo the opposhatenow handled by in. which leaves it easy for Scott and no ing candidate, it mijht make the race inter- a tralghtlhrocgh on all goods and all we ask We to call and tho largest slock erer brought to this has Buppoeed to prevail for tho last thir- The L. & N. offers very low rates. city tou Is eiamlne cur guods. le for the church when he wanders away. yet 41,000 republiBecking the office esting, with Col. Morrow teen months, there are A cyclone struck a colored church in of Circuit Judge, which, it was thought, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. can postmasters holding the offices they Alabama, In which a funeral was going on. would be the republican ticket, but with use for party advancement. These The church was blown down, and four Tbe Chicago minstrels exhibited to a Herndon on the ticket, the children have officers weild a vast power and will no persons were killed and ten badly injured. good crowd at the Opera House Tuesday been given birth to and are named Alcorn doubt exert it to the hurt of those who The Treasury department haa prepared night. and Warren. silver certifihave permitted them to remain undisturba new design for Boyle county farmers say that the William McClelland Johnston, Etq , will ed, in the approaching congressional elec- cates, which includes an excellent vignette timothy and clover never looked better announce himself next court day at Lantions. Every mother's Bon of them ought portrait of the late Hen- than at present. ,ff n 77ir-l-) candidate for counto have been removed long ago. dricks, Weisegar who could not caster as the republican Henderson Dr. Rose, of Palmyra, O., has perfected get a place In any of the lunatic assylunie, ty attornoy, of Garrard. Ooe by one the CosirARKOKS are eaid to be odious, but telephone transmitter, by owing to their crowded condition, was roses fall and possibly he will be the next we are moved to remark that Falcon in his a long distance withered flower in that political arena. moat captivating flight of fancy never in- the use of which the faintest whisper is brought home and turned loose and ia now Misaes Lizzie Rice, Grace Million and dited anything more charming than Col. eald to have been heard over a circuit of well again. niaLcasinDora Hocker, a trlo of lovely little dam-eel- s Capt. W. W. Rupley died suddenly at Polk Johnson's "Loitering In New Orleans," 878 miles. in their teens, accompanied by Mr. There are intimations that Mr. Irons, his home near Perryville, on Monday Courier Jour--' Drugs, Books, Stationery and which appeared In Tuesday'd Wm. G. McKlnnev, will go down to Stan-for- d nal. After two weeks' sojourn in the Cres- leading Knights of Labor at St. Louis, has evening from tho rupture of a blood veesel. Fancy Articles. the last of tho week and be the gueats cent City the Col. is back in his position as been acting in the interest of stock specula a He waa an upright and honorable man and of Mrs. McKlnney. Miss Mollie Fife, a Fnyalcl)"' prescription accurately couipounJud. managing editor and tho column headed tors. There Is a general belief that Iron leaves many friends to regret his sudden dashing belle of this city, will attend tho scintillates with tersely ought to be ironed. death. "The Newa" fairly skating rink at Stanford FriJudge 'Wm. L. Dulaney, of Bowling Mr. Yerb, noskins, dangerously masquerade and elegantly rounded paragraphs. Ap wounded at Junction city last Friday by day night and be the guest of Misa KathGreen, declines to be a candidate for Siietaw. As expected the Legislative Committee pellate Judge to succeed Hon. Thomas II the accidental discharge of a pistol, is now leen Hail. Tbe Largest Stock of Watches, OloSks, the treatment of the convicts at Ilines. His withdrawal leaves an open thought to ba improving. reported For several Jewelry and Silverware distillery near Gaicsyille, Ga , extreme, An illicit Greonwood na barbirous in tho field for Hon. Caswell Bennett, of Livings days but little hope was entertained of his' which for six years has escaped detection, Krer bought to Ibis market Trices TxiwGr than add that the Mason-Foa- rd but took, care to ton county. recovery. . the Lowwit. Watchn, Clock and Jewelry Ito-haa been discovered and raided, Tbo proCo., or two of its principal member, did palrod on short notlco and Warranted. Judge Durham, First Comptroller of Kitty Arthur, the scarred veteran of prietor bad dammed a Hinall creek, ostennot personally Banction any of tho abuats the Treasury, has very properly dleallowed many a conflict with the Police Court, waa pointed out. The report censures 8tate charges to the amount of $1,309 for por before that tribunal Wednesday morning sibly to msks a fish pond, and under tho ' dam (unplaced his distillery, with tunnels Inspector Norman nd sys he has in a traits of & HARM Djvens and charged with keeping maison dt joi and measure failed to discharge his duties MacVeagh, whioh adorn the walls of the camo out with flying colors, as tbe proof for ingreea und egrets. The emcke was (treat Iltiruufcst, ..S"uwu xwryxA ra,.a htM ,Svcrni mtrorm A aeon. JtiFi.fi). doiir. n,irt...i conveyed jto his house and parsed out iii.uu..iii.fivc, e novo no under the law. Department of Justice. ngents, but for twelve years was not Bufficient to convict ber. through thw kitchen chimney, liuvodcalt with tbo consumer. Rjpreae.taUva McCreary introduced a Wakefield & Hudson eold recently to osbip anywhere, with urlti. A HE80LUTION providing for an adjournA Russian convict Is unid to hare Legislature at eo late a data ai bill in Congress "authorizing the President S.O. Carpenter, of Macon, Ga., 11 fifteen lag. Wo imy freltht. chargr. ment of the I)th ways If pot SAtlifnctory. a punishment of 2.000 hsbes. As worrant every! hlnf or yean. April 20th, has b;en indefinitely poetponed. to arrange a con'erenco for the purpose o( hand three Inch mules at $105, Wakefield, Onepriceonly, 1'lntforni Hurln.t of Lexington, high a number as 4,000 lashca is said to Wa8onat(i.t31iaameMi,th-- r Tho members ovidently intend, to etay at encouraging peaceful and reciprocal com Hudson & Rue Bold Agnew, impoied in eomo cans, but no pell At SSi. Form Wakoiis H 1 1. have been Mil -" Frankfort till an outraged people ehall rieo mercial relations bstween tho United States 2 fancy coach horses for $450. Same firm 22?., i W,M ,"t pl'Wt.lnofa usually qM for 81fJ. Our llaruert survived tho Icfllction of the drive them in ditgrsce to and the Republics of Mexico, Central and bought of Jno. Parke, of Point lick, 1 conviet over upinarniB and Illiutratcit .fatnlnirua rW. Addnw. ' punishment. u, trn.vxi't occrctury, South Amerioi, and the Empire of Brazil,", fnicy coach boras lor $250. Indian their homes. . . i .. . There was a hitch in r Scmi-Mfeh!nlnf;-;oro- nra d POWDER Absolutely Pure. Puntf NEWCOMK MOTEIi main-talnlsg- ltt m ve WEAREN & MENEFEE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, to-d- ay alf Large Assortment of Harrows, Corn Planters and Cultivators, two-bor- ta To-wl- ti col-ore- -- f -- THE HOUSE well-know- TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS ct e BEST STOOKoiGOODS v We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, r- - TO GUT PRICES TWCETOILil & 3POSTKJK. ten-doll- Vice-Preside- F ;' pharmacists; -- JEWELERS. IffH3! CARRIAGE ESS M'F'G CO. aut-viv- JPsSESEvx T T 1 "k:lS U.-I'fl- s, fr SWcehlulntcriorloMnRl Plowh. ler. A.I any price A LOT of tho blest -- A NEW- cards, just received at thin office. Stanford, KyM April 2, 1880 BiiURS & McRoneivrs have Uhe most Buggy & Implement House. TUB decision in tho mil of Shelby va, complete line of mens' fine shoes we have eyerreen in Stanford b.jth in machine and I wlU In a row days open a B. O. WALTON. - DuBlnoaa Manager. Hhelby'n (rpntco, appealed from thit court, " hand tewed. hns been affirmed. I. Pull Lino of Acrloultural Imnlo- has opened a new monte, If you want a bargain, call in on Court gyMn. I, M. Bruce Hjuse here and inBugL. AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. and Implement an With tho reliable Waller A. Wo:d Harvesting day. Special figures in goods in quantim. Mall trtln going North- Mschloci al tho head. Alio a other column informs our readers of the South .,...... UJ is r. M, ties. Motcalf & Foetar. tact, tie la an energetic, wide awake man, Fall Lino ol Buggies and Wagons m. Eiprcotrain" bouth. l n At HtMWIl ti Norh..., 05 A M The nme of F. J. Outran, Isle of Htan-fjr- d, and will get hi full share of the trade. AIwbji on hi' (1. In conoeotlon with my Im- appears in tho list of patents granted The joto Ii calculated on standard Mine, Bolsr piement uusinen, i win also catry a I HAVE returned after a two weeks' stay 30 minulos faster; mail about last week, for a flying target. Complcto Slock of Lumber, In Louisville, with a full line of spring LOCAL NOTICES. In tho Highland neighborhood, Wed- millinery. Ladies are invited to call and Both rough and JrcsecJ. I'rlcei on everything ai LANimtTH'a Garden Heeds nt McHoberl nesday, Mr. John W. Ilutt and Mlw Mary see it. Opening April 8 0 and 10. Mies Low as any one. E Young were made one lleh. Bu trade Utszley. I olklt aiharaof your patronage tojptctfullj need in bulk and Laimrktii'b garden Floweiw Mrs. I M. Bruco will havo After tbe Cirpenter case was given lo pickagen at Penny & McAlIster's. r 31. nnncE. I. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehor a lull assortment of floweri in a few days, the jury yesterday afternoon tho case of by Penny1 & McAlia to which she Invito tho attention of tho Stark Fish for maliciously shooting a ne notice nnd warranted er. ladies. gro man, was called, Mr. Fish was not Buy the Uaaa IIor Ilemcdy, the orlgi jal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-lite- r. The Rink promises to close in a blaze of ready, of course, and filed an affidavit that glory Considerable preparation an important witness was absent. Mr. The wo dlproren breater anil md 9 stallion wll A ooMri.BTK stock of jewelry, latest is being made for the fancy dresi hop to Wan en offered to admit the testimony of rnskn the snon of I8?ft a Penstylo, RooHord wateliM a specialty. follow the skating and many unique cos. that wituex for that it was worth, hut wniiHDi nubbles.mm V? . (In Tlmt i McAllster. ny "S lumen are promised. Admission before 0 that wouldn't do the defendant and he got another continuance. The trial of Will-la- CLEVELAND AND TALMAGE, o'clock 25 cents, and higher afterwards. PERSONAL. MMMII Stamper for malicious cutting and The bondsmen of William Howard, ac- uesrge Uaugberty lor nog stealing were Atd fjur Jacks at raya own itihle. Tbe old Mad-h- o Mn B. E Owsley went up to) Laurel Jack, old cused of attempting to kill Deputy Mar- set for counly yesterday. Zile Campbell, the neMies Jeff Davis Uo&seli, is rialting shal Rogers at Harlan, C. II., by shooting gro barber, who cut M. J, Steele, the engi- UlncklltuTlc, Phil Thompson, Joo Muck-buand Drlgliam Yonnp, him in the hack through a window, deliver- neer, was then put on trial. Some difficulty her sister, Mrs. W.T.Smith. Jack, all at ftlO is vIsIUdc ed him back lo the jailer here Tuesday was experienced in getting a jury because Colts of Prince, the Mn. Eo Cotant, of Ohio, weaning: time. fjiMiiro colt night and he' is now lu his old quarters most everybody had read the impartial tolltn retained on allour way untilseason. his reiatire, Mrs. Lewis Dudderar. colli lor the A Description: Clereland Is a deep bay, 16 hands two stories as to the cause of his account of the affair published in this pa Musrs Mattik Crow and Emma There are blgb; TalmsgelslSX bands, a beautiful brown return, one that Marshal Gross Insisted on per. Beven juror only were obtained and with fancy msrki. Dodds are visitlDg Mrs. 8. P. Btagg. Podlgree.' Call and see the horses and Jacks and Mtsa Cynthia Caiison has returned it and the other that one of the sureties ia a the Court adjourned till this morning, see what they can do. (ii2-iMethodist preacher, who learning that Levi iivnni,B. from a visit to her sitter al Nioholasville. The Cumberland River was higher at Howard was at his old tricks of running KenMisses Ballie Fish and Jennie Williamsburg than ever known, 20 feet The Woolen Mills. nedy, of Crab Orchard, rrero guests of Mrs. with lewd women declined to remain lonabove low water mark. A good portion of ger on the bond. If Howard is guilty as O. Carpenter. J. the town was submerged, some houses up Highest Mnrkct Prlco Paid for Wool. Mns. Hodeiit Nardimo, of DAnville, charged it is a wonder that he did not Is engaged in make the most of his liberty while he to the eaves, and considerable damage was joined her husband, who We are bow nrerarrd to manufacture wool for dono. Tbe saw mills lost heavily in logs bad It. Court, here Wednesday. rmri in the oesi manner, is we shall make a and dry lumber and the railroads suffered specially of CUSTOM WOK! this season, wo res- Miss Rachel Allison, of Georgetown, The $10,000 damage suit for malprac- several washouts. The stream upon which pjectfuliy solicit wool to be made into Blankets, arn. Flannels. IlolJs. Jeans, Llnaeyt, Stocking came over yesterday on a visit to her sis tice brought by Mist Belle Hughes against We will on Jellico is situated, was also on a tremen A c, Ac. wnicn wekeep constantly lor band a stock gooas excoaege wool on win oi ter, Mr. Stephen Burch. Dr. Carpenter occupied the court from terms Wool bouEbt at the market nrlce. dous tear, and flooded the whole valley. Miss Clara Welch, of Louisville, Monday till yesterday, including one night Price for manufacturing when wool Is furnishWater was nearly a foot deep on the depot ed are as follows: Carding and spinning, lGc; who has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. session. The plalntlfl completed its examfloor and the track was hid for a consider- Carding and Spinning, doubling and twisting, 2uc; reCarding, spinning and weaving Jeans, 25c T. Rochester and Mr. 0. A. Ltckey, ination in chief Tuesday morning and near able distance, The water soon ran down Cardlog, spinning and wf tiring whlt Llnsey,2Sc turned lo her home yesterday, lll-lnoon on Wednesday both aides had preII. JtATTIAOLV, 'roV. yesterday the Cumberland had t Cait. Oro.SLAVlN.Sjperlntendent of sented all their proof. Miss Hughes, after there and fall, begun to Connection is cut off with the L & N. II. R Co., was up to ee us euflsring years from sciatica and being get married treated by a number of physicians, in- Knoxville and the expres for tho last two Bank Stock, Live Stock, &c. and looks well and expects to right soon- - Good luck to him and his cluding Dr. Caipenter, who tried tho usual nights has run no further than here, but it AT PUBLIC 8ALF. la supposed all will be right for a through bride. (The above Is by the gentleman remedies without telief, submitted to tbe I will offer at public tale to the highest bidder In train to night, Owing t? the uncertain door in Blanlord, himself and will bs appreciated by those operation known as front of tbe court-bouin Jucondition of the road no freight trains were him.) who know ly 1831. She was able to walk when It On Monday, April 6th, 1880, Mrs W. G. DcN and Miss Maggie. was performed,! but owing to tbe alleged dispatched south of Rowland yesterday, though the mill train came from Jellico County court day, at II i. M., Dunn returned from Lexington yesterday, ucsklllfulness of the surgery and subse II sharra In the Danville, Stanford 4 Crab Orch Dunn. They quent bad treatment, she has not only lost ab;ut on time. whither they went to see Mr. ard Turnpike: 29 sbarea In tbe Pint National flank of Stanford DEATHS. did not see him, however, but Dr. Chenault, the use of the limb, but has been rendered One mare Mule unbroken; Superintendent of the Asylum, said that it almost helpless. After her own testimony, Dr.E P. Pratt, one of the trustees of 1 Cow and Call. pilrately ata bargain between now Will also sell wai a mistake about his biing woree; on the interest was chiefly centered in that of Dr. tho Danville Theological Semirary, died and tben, 1 family Horse, 1 thoroughbred Jersey contrary he was steadily Improving Cow that will calre In ten days; one Piano in good McMurtry, who It was said would ewear at bis home at Portsmouth, 0. condition, 1 set Bed Itoom Furniture, Chairs, Carthat the case was one of bungling butchery W. W. Kupley, of Boyle, brother of H. pet, Ac, 1 double seated Burgy and Harness, new. LOCAL MATTERS. HJ-t- d h. C. BRIGHT. on the part of Dr. Carpenter, but if the C. Rup!ey, died Monday evening of ap B. 8. Myer. plaintiff relied on such testimony it was oplexy, aged 50 years. He has been a memFresh fish ' in- - s disappointed for his evidence was far from ber of the Presbyterian church since 1G Beautiful flower sipots. T. R. Walton. being culpatory of tho defendant; in fact years of age. This excellent saddle his attorneys claimed that It was as good canned goo at Waters ARaney'e, Best Henry N. Wells died at the residence stallion was slrtd by Ne- - vsf-oPgro, be by Whip, dam a for their side as any advanced. The or his daughter, Mm. Sallle Cjbb, at Rich- Denmark mare. Prince la I have Just received a fine line of spring proved by a number of reputable phy- mond, Tuesday, aged 06. He had recent- out of a cross blooded 2rr?siik-r- v (roods. Come and see them. S. H. Shanks. Whip. Hegots all sicians that the operation was not unskill-full- y ly suffered a severe hurt by being thrown calts naturally andof lathe' s8 hi ii performed, that it was necessary in from a buggy, but the immediate cause of Tears old thiatirriDir. black. 1S hands hlzh . He Try onr Proctor Knott Patent Flour, It will make the season of 1(86 at my stable on tbe Melcalf & Fos- the case and that Mis Hughes' failure to his death was pneumonia. new PreschersTiUe pike, 5 miles from Stanford, at Is the b;t and cheapest. 87 to Insure Colt to get up, walk around obey the Instruction of her doctor and her ter. Mrs. Angelina Wearen, the mother of tbe mare and suck; no colt, no pay. If the mare refractory conduct generally had much to Mr. Liberty II. Pryor and tho step mother Is traded or removed from the neighborhood withA nice new room on Lancaster street out satisfy Inn mo that she is not lufjal, the season do with the failure of the operation to re- of the Wearen brothers, died Tuesday Is due. I will also stand my Jack, suitable for an office or a small business lieve her. Of course In such a voluminous night in the 75th year of her age. She was for rent. Apply to W. P. Walton. amount of testimony we can scarcely givt originally from Garrard county and was a At ? on the same terms as the horse. Re is 7 To the Ladies. We have just received an outline, but the principal features of sister of Judge Denton, of Somerset. For years uld, black wltn mealy nose ana la about 15 nanaa nijn. SIL.AN AKDERSOX. The more than half of a century she ws a a spiendid lino of spring millinery and we controversy were as above recited. (tll-eMarch, 1886. and examine our stock. court-hous- e has been packed from first to member of the Baptist church and a de ask you to rail " thoroughbred red Bull. 20 BALE.-O- no last, a third of the crowd at leait being voted christian woman. Rev. M. Mtseea Smiley k Warren. J. J3ruce TJOU U months oM Also 0 high grade yearling Steers lidies, who seemed to take great Interest in preached the funeral discourse Wednesday W.E. Amou, itanlord, y. i TotheLauifk I will open my store the case. One would think that a majoriat McKlnnev in a few days with a beauti- ty of the latter would have erpoueed the aiternoon, alter wntcu tbe remains were consigned to the grave in Buffalo Springs ful line of Millinery, embracing all of the Ciuee of Miss Hughes, but such ia not the Cemetery. Mr?. M. V. Tab-le- r. novelties of tho season. I have Jjst relumed from the city and I cordialfact. She has many fr!endn, who deplore ly invite you to call and see my Llegaut Line of RELIGIOUS. Millinery befo e buying. 1 also call attention to her sad condition, and some who think she my finely selected stock of Ladies' Underwear Col. A M. BworE, of Lixlngton, who has been badly used, but the doctor's A county Sunday School Convention and Notions. Handkerchiefs, Collars, CuO and all over tho world, will friends among tho fait sex are vorj numer- will be held at the Christian Church, May Corsets of dlllcrent styles Ladles' White Emhas traveled nearly broidered Dresses. I can be found at my store In deliver a lecture at the Christian church ous. Immediately after the noon recess of 13. tho room lately vacated by the nti-quilles JlttS. KATKlVliIiEIt4Il. Ky. Wedowday, Judge Owsley delivered the on Friday cvenln;l5tb. Subject Rev. 1. M. Biuce will preach at White 110 2m Stanford, of Mexico. instructions to the jury which are in sub- Oik School House next Sunday at S o'clock. Those Indebted to Tabler & Bmiley, for stance as follows: A surgeon is respaniible for the possePreaching each second and fourth Sun millinery, will please call and settle their KEAIl DEPOT, STANFORD, sion and exercise of ordinary skill and days at Rush Branch church, by Eld, J. Q accounts, as I have sold out my interest in For Meal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Butter, Eggs, Canned Goods, Cheeao. Bologna, Macca-ron- t, Stanford and wish lo have my business set- prudence in his profession. If Carpenter Montgomery. Crackers, Molasses, Jelly, Preserves, Apple did not possess and exercise these qualiEld. Alexander Campbell, of Xenia, Mrs. M. V. Tnbler. tled. Butrer, Mackerel, l'.gt' Feet, Spice. Pepper, Cloves, ties in performing tbe operation on Miss 0 , is holding a meeting at the Second dinger, Tea, Cinnamon, Candles, Hominy, Beans, Oranges, Lemons, Mn. R E. Hathiow makes the annual Hughes the verdict should be for her un Christian church, Paris, which has resulted Potatoes, Dried Fruit, Pickles, Oil, lUlslns, Tcbacco, Cigars, Coal Soap, Starch, announcement that his pond is free to fish- -. less she by her own misconduct and diso- in -- l additions, one ol tnem being at years Bluing, Vinegar In fact anything usually kept in .. a grocery. Foods delivered promptly to all parts i ...ii .t oi niniii wi bedience of instructions caused or contrib of age. ermen Ulirine me monia ' of town. Country produce Uken in exchange for course no one who accepta his kindness uted to the injuries complained of. Rev. W. J. Hoiizclaw, of Harrcds goods. Give me a trial and I will treat you fair. 109-lCol. Bradley was the first speaker and burg, will preach at the Brodhead Baptist will abuse it by leaving gates open or fences for two hours delivered bltuself with his church next Saturday and Sunday, the 3d down. weakness for usual force and vigor for the defendant. and 1th of April. Will administer the or A LADY friend knowing our Judge Brcckinridgs followed and after dinance of baptism at 3 r. M. Sunday. GOIlTRAGTORS BUILDER Rood butter presented us with a libjral Rif. Green Clay Smith closed his simple of her make, which la as nlci both an argument which is said lo have been a STANFORD, KY. in aprenraoce and taste ai we ever stuck most superior effjrt, closed with a pathetic meeting at Springfield, Illinois, last Friday Is from her fine Jersey and appeal for his client, who had been ren- with over 200 additions and tho interest Offers his services to tho people of S anford and tosth into. It vicinity. Long NXperlcrce and The congregation presented guarantee satisfaction. Building careful attention a royal plato It la or was. Tae thanks of a dered helpless by incompetent surgery and unabaiod. material of evunable to earn her support, which by her him a handsome gold headed cane In tes- ery description furnished at low rates. grateful and gratified appetite are hereby condition in lifo wis incumbent upon her timony of their appreciation of his labors. extended. At tbe close of his speech court adjourned Richmond Herald. The negro boy, William Stcpp, who till 9 yesterday, when Judge Saufley fpjkr, Desiring to change my residence, t offer for sale LAND. STOCK AND CROP shot himself in tho side becauso ho was un. lor tho dsfense He dealt only in the cold able to "get through," that is get religion, facts adduced in the evidence and for over My Beautiful Suburban Home. Next Monday is horso show day. and felt that It win his duty to eend hlasoul two hours argued that tho law, juatico and 1 have a number of young bulls for With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mile west of at once to holt, succeeded in hie effort at Lancaster. Tho houso is good, to nro tbe outright were nit on the bUIo of tho defendant. sale. A.M. Feland, Stanford; houses; there Is a good orchard, Ac. Terms epual inU'ch belter than at first Thoso who are accustomed to bear him Levi Hubble bought of J. F. Rigney a to cash. Address mo at Lancaster, Lock Box '60. The doctor a unable after sp'ak say he never resorted to as little lot of shoats 3 103-- lt It. Jl. XOEL. at cents. HZ much probiug to Gnd tho ball, which must sophistry and mrcasm, nor mado a A red Young Mary yearling bull for nioro have lodged in his iuttsttncj, (or ho died telling speech for any client; Tho closing sale. F. Reld, Stanford. 4J Wedneadjy after great euilarini;. FSOll argument was tuado by that brilliantyoung A. D. Root sold his half ' W. to CO., March weut out like a rowing Hon for, orator, Mr. Robert Harding, who did great Norman horse, Sstu Baughman, to Mr. BONANZA MILLS, - . - KICHMOND, KY. several day, credit to his growing reputation ai a law- Kidd, ofCiser.for $250. a factitj After a rain etorm of A. J. Trihblo bought 150 hogs to be Thoy have a new Patent Process Mill and make which covered tho whole face of tho earth' yer and speaker. For noarly two hours s Flour, which they sell at bottom prices, water, Wednesday pre'ronlcd an amort-wen- t and a half he plead the cnueo cf hia delivered April 15 and to weigh from 210 Mr. J". 1). Mitchell travola for them In this with section audvould be glad to servo bis old friends client and closed in an affecting to 300 pounds at 3 cents, Winchester and many new ones. of weather rarely shown in ono day helpless ) Oao hmir would eve the rain deecending in appeal for a redress of the wrongs that Democrat. Mr. B. T. Smith was elected Secretary torrents, the next a warm eun would shed had reduced her to such a coudltion. The PIANOS AND ORGANS. benignant rays on the earth, to bo fol- caso was given to the jury at 1:30 yesterday, of tho Kentucky Trotting Breeders' Assoits Messrs. B. tho lowed In a few momenta with a blinding and at 1:30 they reported their inability to ciation nt Lexington, vice Col. R. 8. Stra-der- , John ChurchIt. A L. J. Coot: tare Azents for em A Co. Pianos an Oraus, which Hnd ho it alternated all day, agree, when Judge Offsley discharged them who resigned to become, manager of brace tne lonowmj most oiceinui instruments.- snow storm Knabo A. Co., Uazelton Bros,, Docker & Son and winding up with a regular snow At night, till this morning for another effort at a ver- Glenview stock farm, Everett Piano i. Also. Clotuh A. Warren nnd tho Tho names of the jurors are: L. K, John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments lease Myers, of Iowa, bought of North nearly hiding from view, yesterday morn dict. are most excellent In tone, of great durability and' of wodefy coopetltlou. All of tben, are warrant od ing, the green gnw that has nprung up oil Wells, Sidney Dunbnr, Richard Bibb, W, Middletown parties last week a tornve years. jienjrencCT: a. , renuy, jura. around. The thermometer was down to M. Higgins, G. L. Carter, 0. C. Bishop, B, plainly bred shorthorn and high grade E. M. Carbontcr, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore aud V. F. McClary, heifers and cows at ptlcMirangiug from .Uues llrailey, tStaa'oro : Mrs. Mania HoIium. considerable F. Powell, P. T. Pollard, reczinci !ut ycitordny whs Crab Orchard! oca. W. J. Land.!- - nuj Mm Liz. T. J. Hill, John Turnbull, J, F, Cash, ale Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. $50 to $00 per head. mprovtmtut uu it mfmorblopiedtceiwor. Tub April Fool wan abroad in the land yesterday, and as for that matter is to day, styles in visiting for like the p'vor, he U always with us. & Foo Melcalf SRV A DVKHTIHVSIt.fi Th. WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER WALL Trimmed nud Heady for Uee, nt .' ,iur, PAPER! SI M'ROBERTS & STAGG9S. 3SXJ"2kT J3E31EL- - 112-ly- On Time, 1 lo ZZz&?& m MZMr I m BEST SEEDI Which can bo found nt- - bob-latlc- d Stanford T. R. WALTON'S. New York Early Bo.e, Bartnk. Beauty of Hebron and Peertos IRISH POTATOES -- I nerve-stretchi- se White and Yollow- - onion -- sE-rs- r Seed Corn.BeaiiH, peas and Melon- - U-d- ay. PRIXtfCE 1 W SEED IN BULK!! -- SJ n- And lots of GKA.IR,r):E2Nr JACK JOHN, ot) SEED Tuomis D. IUNKY. In Papers in Packages. Jok F. Watkm. 109-ln- Millinery. e. WATERS & RANEY Main ougar, Applo Butter, Molasses, -A- ,nm ihe toiler Mills Co., arliHarry IUw five I:eilDBonlb. Flour at aueh through their gentlemaolr representative. thousand tosslltbe LKEAM," tbe best Hour In the world, at 83 60 per cw t. ROGERS, Street, - - . -- Stanford. Presrrea, JellT. Candles, Go to W. IS. Vcatoli, 500 Pounds of orButter nnd 500 Dozen Eggs Wanted. We deliver all goods In within a mile or so of wun, r iour, Syrups, Beans, jieai, Ilomlny, nnne,t. Dates, Figs, ri m Frank Allison, Cocoa, Bakers' Chocolate, Oysters. Pickles, cinnamon, stoves, &".!? li"e'wa'?" "I""?. Lop.r. Chimneys, Coal Oil.. Starch. SodiT Rrin. ?."i i.uiujs oooi, wnuges, noes, lUkes, Forks, or almost "nj,mDg el,e T0U can mention In our line, and we guarantee satisfaction in flvery respect. Wo give away prUea In fine Glassware with every package of tha Crystal Baklna Powder sold br ns Send to us for Seed Irish Potatoes, Onion Sets and all kinds Garden fceds- We have a comprehensive lineol Plain and Fancy Cabbage, Onions, fcardlnes, Jt?toe. Kraut, Dried Peaches, Dried Ajpples, Corned Beef, Deviled Ham, Bacon, Lard, Machete!, ROWLAND Cheese, Crackers, Cakes, Orangos, Lemons, Pine Apple, or Stanford Butter, Egci, Send to us for Canned Goods, Banannas, JUIilns, ":, IlHrncfiH, Snddles Manufactured and warranted by the reliable firm of W. R. Carson 4 Son, whose work stands the teat every time. Prices satisfactory, always. Come to see us. WATERS Jb ItANEV. and Ilridlcs. also Plow nnd Wagon HarncBS, tar MERCHANT TAILOR. -- 88-l- yr I have received and still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising the boat In the market, which will be Qotton Up in Stylo and Moko Sooond to Kono m City or Country, dive Mo a Trial. EC. Buy Your IFlour W. POTTS C RTJPLE1T. Wall Paper, first-clas- (Iti9-lm- Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Epobes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as tho lowost. car-loa- d B. K. WKAK'iiN, ( Stanford. J RBir? f Seini-8$t vmi' " VlVniiP It uhjii iJWWWWl ecfelfilnieriorlournal A PIANO. VARIOUS STAGE KISSES. THOSE THAT SIMPLY EXHILARATE AND THOSE THAT OVERWHELM. In TRAGEDY OF THE HOG. A WILD WESTERN BLOOD-CURDLING DRAMA FULL OF SCENES. 'How Mrs Arc Killed in a Modern MaTho Otlclirr chine Sliuigjiiter-IIoue- o ami till I'atal Knlfo Scraped liy Decapitated nt Last. Mn-cliln- In tho Town of Lako, only a for miles from tho modern, civilized city of Chicago, lives a man who commits 3,000 or "4,000 murders a dny, nnd Ls novor arrested for It. Ho kills hORS, Rots $4 a day, nnd goes homo al tilglit with n cloud on his conscience, but with n heap of blood upon his clothes. r at work? Did you over sets this In a pou two or threo mon nro at work catching pips. Tho catcher is an activo fellow w 1th a keen oyo and a nervy hand. Ho reaches for n pig's hind lo, gets what ho nnd tho as reaches for, ntllxw a ccmion of Mr. Pig from this vnlo of toars at once begins. A man abovo pulls n lovor and tho omnipotent power of &t?am yanks the iig to n banging position. Tho chain attached to his leg Is fastened to a carrier which dips nlong wi overhanging rail, nnd the victim slides clear of tho pen, takes bis last look at his unsuspecting brothers and sisters, and goes to his doom. Half a dozen foot away stands tho sticker. Ho grabs tho pig's forelog, pulls tho fat throat toward him, oxposis tho region of tho heart, nnd with a quick, quiet sort of movement drives tho knife home. Tho spurts out, tho spuoal redoubles in volume nnd intensifies in agony and then nil is over. With his death scng in bis throat tho dying pig slides down tho fatal way, jostles against those- of his follows whexe fato Immediately preceded his own, kicks a few time, struggles a llttlo inoro, and then Ills voico Is stilled forever. Jab, jab, ab, goes tho fatal knife, ovory jab a pig, wortli a dozen dollars, and adding another 250 pounds to tho pork supply which Chicago sends tho world. Eight pigs a minute, 100 an hour, thoy come and go. Tho stli ker is never In a hurry, bis arm is nover unncn od, UIs aim nover untrue. hog-ldlloloop-chailife-blo- of Salem has stood, & veritable, "old curiosity shop" to tho American people. Its wolrd traditions took root and domtcilo much earlier, but wero not valuod at par until time had givon tho suro appreciation. On its oxtorior it is a masslvo, unpretentious old mansion, built so long ago that tho work was done "pon honor," and yot not long enough in lang nyno to admit it into tho category of ancient houses. It is not more than a century old, and a century in Salom gives nothing a rcspectablo age. One of tbo most Interesting articles in tho house, which Is tho old Itoguns homo, ls tho old piano, whl'h is qulto likely tho oldest musical Instrument of tho kind in tho United States, which Is now fit for use. Tho of tho first American piano, which was brought out in Salem according to more than ono chronicler, would not havo cared to havo tho fact generally known that ho spont hour after hour at different times studying the Rogers piano, and that ho coplod all or tho essential points, luls venerable- instrument is a surprising revelation to those who ponder on the "strides'1 mado in tho manufacture of pianofortes in this country. This musical relic of "yo oldon timo" is n pretty convincing bit of testimony to tho fact that there havo been no astonishing improvements in pianos for a hundred years. Tho cssantinls of tho modern splendid piano are all in that old Instrument, and its notes are still surprisingly oxcellont, while tho "action" is almost a marvel of mechanical achievement, wbon the renutonoss of tho production is taken into account Tho caso is a cojtly ono, fillets of rare inlaid work profusely diversifying tho beautiful rosewood and mahogany, whilo the keys, though varying slightly from tho present pattern are about as good, at those now standard. In sizo this instrument is in no wise to be compared with tho modern piano. It is so diminutive that its real excellenco is "iu-vent- Interesting Jtcltc In nn Old Home In the Ancient Town ofSalom. For at least a century and a half tho town Be Warned time. Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating tho blood with Ayer's Sarsapsrllla. When, through debility, tho action of tho kidneys Is perverted, tbeso organs rob tho blood of Its needed constituent, albumen, which ls passed off in tho urine, while worn out matter, which they shoukl carry off from tho blood, Is allowed to remain. By the use of Ayer'i Sars&parllls, tho kidneys aro restored to proper action, nnd Albuminuria, or No man can toll what its impression on an audience will bo, nnd tbo shrewdest of theatrical judges turn dlfildent when asked of KelUnn's That Mado tho Spectators Foolish Henry Irvine's Manner of Dealing Out the Article How Comedians Employ the Stago Kins. Tho stags kiss is a poser. It has at times en effect that is occult, inscrutable, nnd deep. A Kiss SECOND jjTEWEIs 111111011 Mncoln county, on tha tfhelbr Lick turoplko roil,at asi THE COMBINED 8TALLTON sa FOR COUGHS AriD Ono.JP US ,tfig!jj&fr jF.mmmkrK ! will mike This nnscombloM tnr stable, ueir Hhelby City, In City and Knob & theiea-onoflSSO- st $15 the Season or $20 to Insuro nd Ppdlgrrei-iecnn- Oolt about relaxed tholr strained and intent attitudes and leaned back in their chairs. There was o no rustlo or noise. The woman did not tho programme on her bonnet until tho curtain fell. no-tlc- Tho last timo that tho beautiful Adolaldo Nellson played Juliet in Now York, she bad hado Romeo a lingering farewell and was turning nyay from tho balcony when a sudden whim peemed to seize her nnd, wheeling about swiftly, sbo caught his faw in both her hands, and, leaning forward, gazed Into his eyes. Tho hotwo was still as death. The audience, nlready seriously wrought upon, nnd feeling parched, arid, nnd uncouth, leaned forward nertously. Two thousand eyes were riveted upon tho actress. There was n long wait, then sho slowly pressed hor lips to Romeo's and seemed lost to everything around her. Tho mwple sat llko stones. A programme floated down from abovo and fell athwart a woman's bonnet and sho did not raiso her hand to remove it, A spinster coughed. Juliet raised her bead sltfivly nnd glided cwny, looking back ovor her shoulder as she disappeared with an expression that no man who ever saw It will ever forgut There was a long slleuco and then the play went on. Rut no one paid the slightest attention to It One by ono the poo-pl- o It Brighf's Disease prevented. Ayer's Sariaparllla nlso prevents Inflammation of tho kidneys, and other disorders of theso organs. Mrs. Jas. W. Weld, Forest Hill t., Jamaica Plain, Mass., writes: "I havo had a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with my klducys. Four bottles of Aycr's SarsaparllU made mo feel Ilka a new person; as well and strong as ever." W. M. McDonald, id Summer St., lloston, Mass., bad been troubled for) cars with Kidney Complaint. I)y tho uso of Aycr's Snrsaparllla, ho not only Is Jewel Is 1 blood Dercrlttlon buy, with bUck tasnssuil till, IS hands 3 Iticbra htgb, with One style and action, lie Its years old thlt Spring, was tlrd uy Lowls Cunnlnittism'i Jewell, ha by the famous old Wuhluglon Denmark. First dam Mlnnlr, lir McDo aid's 3d dam by Weill' Crusader; .1 dam by a ton of Paty Crockett', lth dam by a valuable old ltd. dlauare, pedigree unknown. Mr, II. C. I'jirvln't Old Minnie, Jam ofBecond Jewel, waaa premium animal, from a coll to an agrd mare, tfeco-iJew. Minn and wore tho el hai becu ihown twenty-fou- r lick tie twenty two tlinra -- defeated only twice, lie made ten anowt lait teaton at DanTllle, KlrkiTllla, llichmondand Lexington sad wore ten blue ribbons. I'stlurage will be furtiUhed marri at rrasonable rates. Parting with inapt forftltt the lutiirance. Lien retained on all colta until tcrtlco charge are paid. 1 tablet the fine J ack I wltl alt) itaadat thsia-nd 1 Hal-cor- n; e, .1 ' 1 -- I 11 ; ' 1" BLACK HAWK! At ANtoIniuroallre colt money due wlien tha colt It faalcd or it re parted with. Illark Hawk It a coal black 0 ytanodthlt Uprlng, II handiS Ircbrt high, lie wa ilrrd by Caldwell's Young BUck Hawk, he by Velectpede, h by Itobert ton's Hit dam was Hamilton, he bv Iron. Mammoth. by btlBall'a lllack Hawk; 2d dam wat raited by, Blllra .Maxwell anil wta an impouru j"c . tOT.if T. MAMHItaK. Hhelby City, If y. iii, it iiikrr4rriaalrMrUiiiiniim tit S.tltre Kititt. vt .Mill iirtimi lapriMlpU tkil ImtM .litlai , mrtlii iia. tal itlmo. ut ih. .art?filM iMrtbraa. latrateeM. , i.fr ttt Wh.D nmtl4 vlik lit k.iuif bmI' Vi mill. 11 ftint ' tM ill tH, t .H Riiint .rMiitfltfitn ' t.ia4y for Cnitii. Cmn ti 4tuntUA ta4 m .t-imiiAil Trilrtttfftl riUlibl.rrlMt rr It. tif vM.TKKA.TAYLOK,Atlintt,Oa. . n .lll 1.- 11 - ... mk! CklUrta TMUItt. coauui, w rofllbt Prevented the disease from assuming a fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John McLcllan, cor. Bridgo nud Third sts., Lowell, Muss., writes: "For several years I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney Complaint, tho latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. Myappetlto was poor, and I was much emaciated; but by using Uoth tor tile by Dr. M. L. MOUItNE, HUnford. MYERS HOTEL, STAIJFORP. E. H. BUKNSIDE, K-S Vermont Hamtlotonian. fine stallion will mike the aeaton ol 150 at my p ace, ibrtoinllrtlrom . Tblt Propr DEALING WITH THE 8TA0E KISS. prepared for tho slaughter. Each In turn arrives nt the end of tho track, and there stands n man who deftly removes tho chains from his leg and lets him drop intq the scalding vat. This is a great tub, twenty feet long by eight wido, and hero tho victim joincs his mates in the bath. Steam is continually flowing In, keeping the water at boiling boat, and as tho lather Is rolled and floated along by a pair of workmen with pokers in hand the hair upon his hido becomes looso and hli skin bo.'omcs cleaner than it ever was lefore. Then he reachoj the end of tho tub and is floated upon a bl,j iron cradle. whose .fingers noarly compass his steaming body. A man pulls a lover, steam-powe- r raises the cradlo and the carcass is thrown upon a smooth plank platform. Sometimes, not often, a pig reachos this intirostlng (dago o! his unreturnnblo journey w ith n remnant of llfo in his tody. Ho is hot and steaming from his Russian bath, and now comes the scrape. Fii-s- t ho blides through c loths it hlch brush, tho water from his fckln; and then ho is squeezed mid pulled through n gauntlet of nine wheels, each a foot wido at its tire, and all revolving in a direction the rcverso of that in which tho carcass Is moving. The iierlphmes of those whoels are set with stool blades, in triplets, nil thin and (loxlble, and their ends turned in tho sixteenth of an inch, forming wrappers. Ono end of tho axla of each wheel is set in a mitred or movable bearing and balanced with weights. Through this narrow avenuo of revolving scrapers the carcass is slowly drawn, soon emerging with most of the hair removed from tho hide. Tho movable bearings and the flexibility of the steel blades render the apparatus to animals of all sizes and varying tbape. Tho loan pig is ivell scraped, and tho skin of tho big fat hog is not bruised or hcratched. The mechanical scraper will do tho work of more than 100 men, ond turn the cdrcaisoi out whit r and mora uniform in color than the best hand scraping. Of course, the machine can not reach all parts of the carcass. Here and there are portions from ithlcb ttio hair has not been removed, nnd these aro attended toby a gang of hand i era pen. DECAPITATION' OF THE CABCASS. unorPKii ivro the scalding vat. Tho victims Jostle each other while their life blood runs out and down tho scuppers to be converted into fertilizers for tho very ileitis, perhaps, oa whoso fatness thoy wero aro square, tailoring to thj bottom, slightly loaded. Four of tae legs are on tho front of the plana At each end, underneath tho piano propel , aro small music closets with doors opening to the front, whilo still nearer the player and underneath are sholvos with gracefully rounded corners. Just abovo tho legs ha brass rosettes aro set upon the body of the instrument There aro two pdals, ono being used to prolong tho notes, nnd tho other sorting a doublo purpose. Ono of its uses is to incrcaso the volumo of sound somewhat by lifting a soction of the top of the piano or lid near tho front Tbo othor usa of this podal is to produce an imitation of tho firing of cannon, in this case a slam-bauoiwrntiou, as tha player suddenly lifts tho section of tho top referred to nnd ns suddenly lets it falL boston Herald. ad-6og obscured. It is CO inchos long, 23,4 iuchos wido, and 33 Inches high. Iti legs, six in number, are as allin and of tho shape as thaso of a stand or small tabla. Tho legs ing to quell tbo panic by shouting at the top of their voice, while thoy gesticulated wildly With their hands and arms. 'Tho fiddlol it was tho fiddle, the fiddle,' but what on earth a iliUle could hato to do with it was more than I could tnako out At length some good brother near tho pulpit struck up 'From Greenland's Icy Mountains.' Others joined in tho familiar hymn and order and quiet were nt length restored. Tbo meeting did not lost long, though, after that When the audience had dispersed tbo floor was strewn with falsa hair, hair-pinhats, bonnets, overshoes, gloves, sklrtj, cones, capes and wraps, of all kinds, overcoats and every conceivable articlo of wearing apparel A largo cart-loa- d of these things was taken to tho mayor's ofllco tbo noxt moruing to await tho claims of their s, people. "Abovo tho din I could hoar tho stentorian tones of three or four poworful men in the front of the gallery, who seemed to bo try- church, tho Firt Presbyterian, Pittsburg, in 1KSI. I was sie.iuing to a densely crowded housj, when nil of a sudden there was n terrific crash in tho gallery. A frightful pan!" ensued. Tho peolo thought tho gallery was falling nnd made n stampede to escape from tho building. Some throw themselves from the ga.lery to the floor below. Others jumped from tho windows. In tbo mid.it of tho confusion tho stovo was up set. Fortunately tho lire in it was very low and no coufiagration followed, but the occurrence teriitied tho already frantic A Terrililo Cnmh In tho Gallery. "Ono of tho most terrible scones I over witnessed throughout my forty years' career and yet one with a very as a public ludicrous side to it occurred in Dr. Herron's saker Tho vagaries of actors in dealing with tho stage kiss are infinite. Henry Irving usually kisses the actresses of bis company on the forehead in a cold, drooping, duck-lik- e fashion. In his most heartrending moments with his wife, when ho plays Charles I, ha does llttlo more than look at Miss Terry pltoously, reach for her lmpotently, nnd occasionally press a correct, severe, proper English kiss upon her classic brow. Mr. Irving also distinguished hhnsolf by tho manner in which ho threw a kiss, or rather didn't throw It was his custom to raise his hand slowly and Umply to his lips and plant a small, and chastened kiss upon his finger tips and look soulfully at tho actress toward whom the kiss was supposed to travel. Having dono this he would feebly drop his band, as though it were a strange and uselos thing, and stamp twlco upon tho ttaga very loudly with his off foot, whereat tho actress looked oxtromely glad. Sellna Dolaro once employed tbo kiss in a very eflectivo way. Tho play dealt with n quarrel between lovers, ami at the very height of tho excitement tho nctreas throw herself into n corner of a sofa with her resting ou tho back and her faco upturned. Tho lover suddenly stumbled ncna a letter on tho tablo which explained the difference all nway. Ho read it silently, pressed it to his lips, and looked toward tbo Hies with an expression of devout thanksgiving. For n long it hile ho did not say a word, but stood gazing. after tho manner of leading men, nt tbo motionloru figure and upturned faco Of tho nctres. The audience, which usually scents trouble from afar, glared a tbo stage. Then the actor moved klotfly forward, and, lenn ing over Minn. Dolaro, silently pressed his liki to hers just as tho curtain felL Not a word was spoken. There was a terrific out burst of applause, and tho audience insisted upon having tho curtain raised again, evidently anxioin to sco it hcther bo was still there. Ho wasn't, and tho applause died out AYER'S Hunford on A Danville tie Htaulord lie,at Mrtro OBf m Sarsaparilla my appetite and digestion improved, and my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by nil Druggists. Trice 91 Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aicr & Co., Lowell. Mass., U. S. A. $15 to Insure a in Foal. This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still MaintsiuB its High Roput&tion, AND it rlgldly-dUclpllne- d Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Fever nnd Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fovcr, Dumb Ague, Rlllous Fever, Dengue (or Rrcnk-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all dltcasos arltlng from Malarial poisons. AYER'S !. al.f wbiu sav tiriH iriuiuui) i.l .!. lit. aI cjwwm !w ttlmai Vntb.ihlre, by Imp. Yorktnlre; Sd dim Little Emily by Wagner, by Imp. Wagner; 4lh dam Kmllr Bpeed bT Iron. LeTlalhan! Sihdani br Packolel: Athdam by UraodriTrr, 7th din bf Maryland I'bu-alx-; 510 oiu oy iianniuai; vin uau oy oijkt. or rowel. (So Kmllr Hpwd In Hrure'a (Hud Hook, Vol. I, page til, Vermont Hambletonlan It a lery g with floe ttyle and bon s good action tired Wllflfn Welch, with prltite record ol 13. Vermont being a grand ton of Ityadyke'e llainhle Ionian, the grandrfl ilrn llrlog, and dill's Vermont combined, backed by thorough bleed, ought to makes line ttock hortt. I will alto tland at the tame place s flee jick, Imp Vlctaw. bold-goin- Proprietor ii ""sr Its Shall be HceondTJeterataied th&t nnri Hull l.:rV. .Wivl In it to no Country U87,tlx1wnbftndil.lizh, bj WlllUm WMch, br Hotel in the State in iti Fare, HyMTkolUmbleionUo; lit dam Ktt by Olll'i J .... Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Gneats. b SKI 3agKage will rrteef charge. to foareyed la aad from the dt Special acrcmmodatl aai ComaiirtlalTrattltri. Tkt Har will slwsyi assailed with tkt ckoletil kraadacf Llaaort and Claart. KS-t- l TllOH. ItOltlKHOX. O. & M. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI TbJJrfclthrouh IId and oM irwro riji,i,imoTiii:KN. .SSs finm 5Hsi dm I W "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suffered with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After' trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a "bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. Gilt Edge &Silver King 8lred hy IliiMdt'a Denmark, known M On Time, Klrttdam Millie Mount by Cabbie' Lexington, Id dam by Yonng America, be by Tayloi't Mri ttngT, SI data by Mlller't Denmark, w tilth him a ilombU eroii of txit n.tdtt ifuci In IK urU. I nUblUbl route Louisvillo & Cincinnati to St. Lonii nu an points m trie west. "(.IHrTralnifromLoulirllle foHt L01I1. ."i(.jiiiif traini irum Clueinnatl loht. IaiuIi. hour ttom UuUfllUaml Oalj IO I EDWIX HARPER." Dr. J, rnr.r.iRED nv C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Maas. Sold by all Druggists. instantly. AS EMPLOYED DV COMEDIAN'S. table, clean of hair from bead to foot and white enough to hang in front of the butcher's shop Hore stands anothor man with a knlfo in bis baud a rcmarkablo knife used in a remarkable manner. It Is a small man and a small weapon, but together they do a terrible work. Grabbing the hairless car of his poriship the man throws tho neck into just tho position which suiti him, make three slashes with his knife, and piggy's bead bangs only by threads of skin on ono side of his neck. There nro few men in the world who can do this trl k It requires but a simplo twist of the wrist, and yot tho bebcader draws (5 a day as a skilled workman Every carcass ls decapitated exactly ns every other carcass is decapitated. Tboro is not tho variance of a hair's brca lth. This man cuts oft pig's heads faster than mo it men could cut oir pigs' tails, and makes a clfnnor job of it Ho is an artist, else he could not hold position as beheador-ln-chie- f to his oxccllcncy Phil Armour, tho prince of pork. As fast as the heads lop to one sldo a workman alllxcs the gambrols to tho "bam strings," pulls a lever, hoists tho carcass to Tho men work in pall's, one ou each side of tho bench, and the carcass gots little rest First one pair and then anothor slide it along, and Anally it reaches tha end of tho owners. "After tbo trouble was all over I learned that the crash which created tha panic was causod by some man's stopping upon the big boss fiddle, which was at that timo usod in the choir and which, when not in requisition, was allowo J to repose on th gallery loor. This is what the mon in tho gallery .vliom I heard bhoutlng about tho llddle were trying to explain to tho frigbt-crazpwple lelow." Recollections of John B. Hough. Concerning George Francis Train. Noxt to a safo being removed or a collar dug, I don't know of any metropolitan (went that will gather a crowd quicker than Qoorgo Francis Train. I ue the word y "ovent" advisedly, for Mr. Train Is something more important than an individual. Coming through Madison square tho other afternoon I ran into a crowd of mon, women and children, making an and admiring crescent about tho great npostls of psycho. He was stretched out on a bench, tanned to tho tint of tho wood he rested on, picturesquely arrayed in a soft hat, pulled well down over his eyes, and a loose top coat, worn op n to givo full scope to tbo easy movement of bis masslvo form. A huge nosegay of lilies of the vnlloy and roses blazed in its button cor-tilulawe-stricke-n another overhead railway, and itirts it sliding toward another department Hore sight is lost of our noble hog. With his throat cut, bis hide scalded, hUsUin scraped, bis hair off and his head banging by the gills, he now goes to have removed that for which bo livod and rooted and fought his inner-sel- f. A brief pause only will be made- at the bench where he dissolves into quarters, to bo scattered to the four corners of the earth. Stalwart men uplift huge cleavers, which fall did somebody say with a dull thud? upon the inanimate form of the victim. At one foil stroko ham separates from side and shoulder from No sooner Is one carcass quartered than another drops into place. Down again come the huge cleavers, and another porcine individuality is lpjt forever. Chicago rib-piec- e. Herd," few days ago, in which tho parties craved for a dissolution of marriage on the ground of incompatibility of temper. Tho judge decreed a temporary separation of the couple for two' years, after which they are to recommence tboir married life; and if, after a months' experience, they find their reunion a failure, tho court will be prepared to reconsider the decision. Chicago Herald. & Fronkfort-on-llain- , A Cure fbr,Maxltal IneonipfttUUr. A divorce suit came before, tho tribunal of manuscript if I gave him full credit for It I may have been remiss in my duty, but I got away without closing the bargan. As I departed I beard ono of tho loungers remark to another, "It's his son." Couscious of my own unworthiness I blushed. Mr. Train con centrated all hi demonology In a grin and gave a little girl a peanut, at which the babies of larger growth raised a murmur of admiration and' closed in on him and shut him from my sight I wonder what other city In the world can exhibit such a character study as this anchorite of Qotb&m, living like a bormlt on nuts and water, sunning himself all day in idleness in a public square and so drifting through life with a great intellect perverted and great abilities stupefied. New York News "Babble," This Tluie of ftorlptural Origin. Tho origin of tho phrase about "painting the town red" has been traced to several more or less ancient authorities, but a Woodbridge, N. J,, man gets back of the record thus far by pointing out that, in tho days of tho Prophet Jeremiah (chapter zxL 14;, not exactly tho town, but the bouses thereof, wero "painted with Vermillion." Exchange. Two nrfiraes were lynched tt Alamo, In., tit uiu,iroi . lulu man. hole. Ho was writing on the margin of a newspaper, and when he recognized me graciously signitlod that I might print bis extempore nnd HI at ease. Mr. John A. Mackay's plaintive and touching dilemma when he attempts to kiss an actress and finds that his nose ls In tho way causes the comedian to exhibit symptoms of poignant grief and chagrin. His struggle to avoid bumping noses turns a face that was at first radiant with joyous anticIiMtions tearful and woebegone as time wnnrs ou and bo still fails to reach the climax. Eventually black de&pair bcizus him, and he drops nervelessly into a chair. Thou tho speculators suddenly discover that they havo been sitting on tho edgd of their seats giggling and grinning recklessly. Mr. Mnckay also introduced tho sneeze us a preliminary to tho kiss, and it was by all odds one of tue cleverest bits of comedy play that the Now York stage has ever seen. At tbo moment that bo is about to plant the kiss upon his sweetheart's cheek an irresistible Inclination to sneeze seizes him. It is a light and giddy sneeze, but it hangs on the comedian llko a revengeful fate, and he never escapes from it during the scene. Experience would seom to point to the theory that the most successful of stage kisses have in them some of the dements of burlesque, for the instant a kiss become real it exercbies a power ovor an audlonce that It ls very difficult to foretell or define, New York Sua dropped in for an hour after dinner regularly every night Mr. Wilson played an earnest and active sort of a Parisian nobleman who finds a beautiful little peasant girl in ono of the apartments of hb country houso on the occasion of an unexpected visit Ho makes love to her in a gulping, harassed, tumultuous fashion that exercises an Indescribably funny influence over his legs. The comedian gave such an artistic coloring to the extraordinary scene that, though it was impetuous and dashing, it never bocamo vulgarand herein lies the secret of tho stage kiss: If it is given lightly, carelessly, or without an appearance of realism, It amuses nn audience, but the very instant that it turns suggestive the houso becomes sullen, sluggish, red-hot, Tho comedians havo employed the stage kiss to great advantage. Perhaps the mot notable thing that Mr. Francis Wilson has ili'ii it th !f.,;i' u' fi' Caino was his luti scene In "Apajuno." It saved the opern. Peoplo went repeatedly to seo It, often leaving after tho second act, and many club men INDIGESTION To Mrcnsthcn the stomach, create nn appetite, and rcmoio tho horrible depression and despondency which result from Indigestion, there Is nothing so effective as Aycr's TIIIj. Thcso Pills coutaln no calomel or other poisonous drug, act directly on tho digestive nnd assimilative organs, and restore health and strength to tho fntlre system. T. P. Homier, Chester, Pa., writes: "I have Aycr's Pills for tho past 30 years, and nm satisfied If It I should not havo been alive had not been for them. They if-ey, mado up of a combination oftuull roa.lt. The Ohio & Mlwlflrnl Itall r.,n. 1..1.11.1 Hllrer Kin? will he limited to IS marc, at the Sleeping Can on nlrht train.; fuurlaot I'ar" Mine raui. tie It 3 yeart old I hit oprlag. It a lot Caraoodty tr.lt..: Kleg.nt Day Coach" Will alto brautlful bay, 15 handi S Incbea high ea on all lr.lr,. ttand at tame placo floe Jack, n,i75wiSl''Sl!lc.o.,,l,ec.,,00. U.SIOM lnJ uoca lit instl. A M. Hallway, tbuiu"S'og irobme trantT aroidlng fen br other roulH. At $N to Inture colt, money due at weaning lime He tt a biown Jick with w bite point, 3 yeara o d V onlr Mn. In June, IS nandi high. II waa tired by Alklb't T,'ih'0'? JiWiVJ'T' Wi-aaj King William and be by lng Phillip; hit Brit one menageruent, running 01. ioula under IT. i. ail y Phil dam a Hlack utln Jennet the iln-- 1 tralnt throug h wild and In cuntniuencw In lip and be by King l'ullllp, hit aroond dam by Itrccognlted 'lnt-Oa- a Itouu bo. a large grey, More Cattle TheMoroCtitleJiek li tween Iboea Otlee. 110-. h'A K As .. Anntv Ia tlV.. .1 t. lth dun byjlm hltdtt, S.li dam tuoti-- 1 Ktdlle latrn brought Vlrs'nl. rtJlgrre unknown They will make the erawm of IS al J )'. I'ar-r- l ooe ml!i from rllanliini on tha Huttonvlll a dirk brown. It handt high, 4 pike. i lit yean old tint spring and will tland at $10 (0 Insure a Lhlup Colt. 4 le lleli, ore of tbalmt aocloattl Tho Only Lino by whfnh you can Hi. u xurotiKn aioopiiig car From Clnclnitl to St. Loult. ll(li ThO O. & M. ,.Vlt""VI?,7 l'.8'nif STEVE WALKER. r " ' tf J. J. tlttlti. ! Danville Wilkes Will make the lotion or 1858 at my LUery Stable In Stanford, Ky., and will lie permitted 10 terra a UmlUd nutubirolm ettt oraiy luH'tii'n 7,r. deilred Uforn.UoTo'r :: ".""". UOBT. II. KUllMAN, .?K" C'"n ".. "Jit TT' W.M.I'fcAllODY. W.II.SUATTUC. 1'rea. and Ueo'lMan'gr, Otn. Pate. Ag't. Cincinnati, 0. j aim ovhom Cured 111c of Dyspepsia when nil other remedies fulled, and their occasional uso has kept mo In a healthy condition rvcr since." L. N. Smith, Utlcn, X. Y., writes : " I have used Aycr's Pills, for Liver troubles and Indigestion, n good many years, nnd have always found them prompt nnd efficient In their action." ltlchanl Norrls, Lynn, Mass., writes : "After much buffering, I havo been cured of Dyspepsia and Liver troubles By Using Aycr's PilU. They havo dono mo moio good than tiny other medicine I havo ever taken." John Uurdett, Troy, Iowa, writes : " For nearly two years my llfo was rendered mhcnihlo by tho horrors of Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded me only temporary relief, and I became reduced In flesh, and very much debilitated. A friend of mine, who had been slmllurly nflllctcd, mlvhcd mo to try Aycr's Pills. I did to, nnd with tho happiest results. My food soon ceased to distress me, my nppetlto returned, and I became as itrong nnd well m ever." Due when terrier are rtn- dered. Ho to lotura a mtr in ion, cut wmu no nci 11 aeceriaiueo.or $'i.1 to Iniu'oallrlngcolt.dui when tha colt la oiled. DanTllle Wilket la a beautiful mahogany bay, ilandlog 11,W bandt high, of are it trotting action and hat trotted bit mile In 2:30: quarter in 27 with little handling at 4 yrara, and hat alriady dlttliigultbedblmielf at a breeder lit It a counterpart of A'cyone, but a lamer bone In erery and hit gill and blood llnet alto tlmllar and U the i in remote from the great Oro. Wilkes that PhllThotnpioa It Hit flnl and only oM that baa Iwon hindltd It Bailie Vagen, named In bonoruf onoofth ftlrett and brightest Jewe't ol Indiana, and It a worthy rivn like ol royal blood, ai the hit thowed a gilt cloe tu 2 1 1, lie ng bandied by a colored boy. Llko her tire, tho bit a leral bead and agooH gait. Dantllla Wllkeeltbr Lrle't Oeo Wllkce. Jr: dam ol Danrllle Wilket by Skedtddle; Skedaddle br Ollrer; I t dimof Skodaddln by Medoc; Vdd m Trumpeter; 3d dam Aralui; Ith dim Imp. Spread Eagle; fith dim Wild Heir, 6tb tcllpn and can itlil trace him further Into the thoroughbred fam llr If rtCfMirr. Knra, the dim n Djnrllle Wllkn, first dam Meadley by Waxy, 2d dim She ton', old Trfl.graph.3l dam Freak. Waxy, lis ilreof Medley br Uertburae, lit dam by titooy Petrel, 2d dam Tom Hal. Ortti flirnlthet at 82 p;r irnnth Due care taken to parent tccldtnti but will not bt rot on -tilde thould anr occur. ct 110-t- "; .t fA TV CIESHPEHW ros OHIO BY EaHt Kent tick) 'm Itonlo Washington, Phtladolphla and now x orK. The only Una running PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CA1W A. SOLID TJRAIN raou Kt.. Louisville, Oinoinnatl & Loxineton, to Washington City, Connecting In tha tarns depot with The Direct Koul I Lynchburg. Dadrllle, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina I'olnla. FortlckeU and further Inlormatlon, apply to your nearett ticket office or addreta W. W. lion, roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. Fast Trains for Now York. W.C WriCKHtH, 2d Vice Fretldent, f A. T. .VI.VVJ5rtM31.itanfrd. 1H80 (Jen'l ratw'r Ag't Blebmond, Virginia U. W. FtlLItKB, 1880. BMfty The aire of tntten. roadttort and more fine y and flrit claa Kaaterit boraoe than any othr attlllon lu Kentucky, will mtko the aeatoo of IBSS four mltea writ of Stanlord, directly on the Knob Lick pike, and will, on account of the depreatlon orer rer) thing, be ptruil ted t ttrre miret at tbe extremely low price ol L. & N. Louisville & Nashville H. R. -- TltS OSSAT- - TUR0UGU TRUNK LINE TO THS The Habit or Using Slang. When a person uses slang for some time it is almost a matter of impossibility to break off, the habit An amusing instance showing the force of this custom, even under tho InrUEPARP.D I1Y fluence of the most herioiu circumstances, Is OB. J. C. AYEB It, CO., Lowell, Uau. given In the anecdote of a minstrel performer For sale by all DruUts. who, In company with a number of his follows, was In' attendance at the bedside of one of his sick chums. Noticing that the eyes IiHBF HUVPMAA. of the dying man were beginning to glaze, he exclaimed In tones of apprehension: "Stag WUrtGEOtV his ogles, culls; his nibs is going to sherry," BTANHIKO, KY lo1 meaning, "look at bis eyes, boys; be is about Ofios Booth slds Mtn Iks Mreri Hoteh 'to.dla.'' Philadelphia Nows. PnraNltrooi QsU' - tttilnin v qulrwl, A Man Who Dislikes Carp. Carp a good fish? Not much. It isn't good KM7Z, in a gamo sense, as it doesn't bite miich, or if It does, doesn't fight, and it Isn't worth a cuss for eating. They talk about carp being good eatlugl It's just about as good as buffalo, at$ and no more. It's of tho same species as tho mjpr (jww lwsiim mmfw buffalo, and almost the same fish. All that J yF'vJfta can. bo said in favor of the carp Is that it is prolific, or rather that it propagates at &OR 1$3G,! a phenomenal rate. Cor. WUIbntilt4FI!EEutlUpillctati, 1 Meoitocurior raw Ayer's Pills, DEI I- 915 tho Season or $20 to Insure. SOUTH & WEST -- W1TU- - Jtri - mn U$MJiY&7m rZl NNML r4li li. II eonulM ttoat OSo)c-Democr- Hope and despair novor travel in com pony, though thty sometimes touch elbows. Jhicugb Ludgor. and If mrl'i((Mttoolr. m the dtn on jour yrtu sr 'n trmri--, iml ui nur duet. "Owe no q in uy thing." lbt llutlrtllau. prlall, utuiu dtMtlMUm nd t tlattlt far tlgtlnf nil ir1tli of VKUETAIILK udill,FLOtVKlt HKK1IB, IIUMIS, lifilaiLU ttpttUllr U MtrMt (Itrt.nrt: t" lot '. la o. M.FEH.nv & CO., Detroit, Michigan. COO lul wlihral ISO pmw. 41rMUnt Oram furnlibcd at 12 per month Dua care taken to pierrnt accldenta or etcapta, but will nut be le thould any occur. Nobby la a Jet black Dotcrlptlon and wune iiwi, muauui mgu, LautBYlIIe alar in rorentaa idu mane and tall, good, bony handa 1 Inch high, line to NhhIivIIIc, leg. beautiful bead and neck, excellent ahoulder. back and loin In fact, faultleaa In trtnnietry; and Mouapkls doean't lire a tullloo will gutraniea there AtlttUfH, bolter dltpotltlon, and tbeta qualltiea JHeiifKeiuory, helnrarlably Impartt to hit progeny. Nobby la and told tha lire ol of Nobby, Jr, reooid for 15.000, when handled very little. One of hit Mobile huiI Net? colli trotted lul teaaon, with little training, In and one la 2 81, and waa told 2 36, another In 2 for 82,300. Ultauckllngt wore tha ties at lbs Only one change to polntj In Huttoarllla and Danrllle Falrt orer rlngt of (wen cone, noooy wruure--. djr ty and twenty-fou- r rard Chief, tbe tire of Haill Dike, 2 28K; I . nra urtno nippy, it c.himt mj. ri.rr.rl ioi;ti h Uambrlno l.nlet. " alri bf Ladr Thorn. 2 WW: Woodford Mombilno, 2 2lji, l'lrtt dam by Frank; andotbtraintbeisOlltt. 2d dam by Aratui: Bd dam by Bytdyk'a Uamble-tonla41b dam by Diomede. Nobby'a dam a Staking homes on tba ilne of thlt road will recelre thoroughbred mare, tald to be bi Imp. Iran by Pirtinir wlih maratthall forfeit tha Iniuranca lwii. lakca, on all colta until Insllcateiaudallen retalued . ... Ao.nt. nfttil lapali For further information, i teirlcechartio , 0? writS ""' m """ roul" Ac-V. I.. V.UO II , callon or addrcas W. M. McAvkk,; u. r. ajMiiiirc, o r.AT A., aiiu.u, iv;. Maicti, laefi. Uultillle, Pullman Palace Sleepers. i& iu I2d, Little Keck, Orleans. uar-Ma- a- w. A Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS r....... ' ni aVB-fl- ir j "rvr r-- -. ,T - - r nir. tnrtr,TjT.v.aniii-iKiir,iini'nrnirjr-t-CL.- : - 1 ,. ;