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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886040601 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. Sent VOL. XIV. Smi-SHttM- & in -- 5i! titefiof 1886. nmfm AUCTION d NO. 113. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 6, tttmorouriral while they satisfied their colossal thirst was very amusing. To see one huge brute, in an ecstacy of enjoyment, lying on his side, 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo and No th- in tho water, with the exposed surface tf VnbUvlicil TttCKititV (tin! Fl'litnyn -- AT unsubmerged hide, vigorously shampooed ine Elso." a by his groom, was a peep into an unknown world of elephantine elyelum What giIlKNAnrs, India, Feb. 10, 1880 understood ir we credit thl JI.50 will U ant Joys theso monsters know; what immen peeled and demanded. TCONTINOED PIIOM LAST ISSOE. Our bright boy Captain (be Is only 10, slty of pains and actio; what colons! sen I ive with the down Just prettily peeping from timents and pwsion; what Titanic W. P. WALTON. and hates who can guess them, without communicaupper lip nnd chic) is very tive, and answers all our questions with getting into a skin like Jumlrj's nnd foalinc perfect frankners. Ho doesn't eeem to as elephants do. I cinfcss, nltriyr, to a know how very handsome bo is, and what feeling of awe in an elephnl's presence. faultless teeth lie displays, every time bis Their eyes have such an awfully human finely curved lip. bretk intp a pleasant look, as if an imprisoned Goliath resided in atnilc. He has such refined featurts, that the hugo frame, and they have eucn they are almost womanly in their beauty, strangely intelligent ways about them, so only ho novor ives us the idea of cflemina full of human reson, that I always get on cy in his make up, for hie stature lit thor the back of one to ride half apologetically, Ever brought to town at 5 cents per yard; Comfort Calicoes 3lc, in good, dark stylos. as though I wera takiug an unauthorizsd ont'bly manly and his eye Is an eagle'. 15o Worsteds 10c. I want my readers to know him, for (D liberty, that needed some explanation if V.) he will yet appear a tain and again in only, one knew how to offer it. Perhaps this is wastej sentiment. I our subsequent lives, as he has promised to write to mo regularly, and I hope much, shall not defend it. These great creatures from futuro correspondence wi'.h so intel- may have a nature no larger than a dod or ligent a young man, who seems really cat's, hut it takes more than faith to take in tho fact. Credulity alone can swallow eucb AI motet everything tlmtwnHlOc aud I5c before llio auction Is now ou this counter nt 5c. thirsty for knowledge of the beet thing. JRtPLETT This include! JLndieH, Men's uud OlilIdren'M Hosiery, Haudkcrculcfr, Flue Linen Now don't imagine tome G0ff0 though, ai yet, he knows rut in what di- a conclusion. Collars Tor Men and Boys and Ladica' Collar; H papers Pius for 5c. heresy in this, dear reader. I only assert The p rewni e.lltorof the Frankfort Dai rection they aro to be found. He tells us as we sail slowly up the the difference between little and big of the y Capital, Hou George Vet Tiiplett, wu mighty river, that the great Hindoo Ilv lower animal orders. 1S5'J, nnd I lorn in that citr January 30, The Captain took us, with evident prido, Triplell, now State Sen tha spend large sums at Benares every s ion of Hon. K over the palace. It is spacious and handAficr year, even when they live afar oil For ator from the Owentboro district attending the Oeniboro rohoolfl, Mr. example hit own Suzerain fteJs 1,000 somely, though gaudily furnished. In the year grand reception halt where the variously Trltilett went to Oilic at Lexlneton i!ur Brahmans and other poor dally-t- he In the ecalon of 1871-- 5 ami afterward, en round; 500 of the higher caste paupers, colored glass chandeliers, that almost fill ed the upper part of the room, were the If red Central Uulveralty at Richmond, and 500 of the lower Tbtn, the Ilijah of there was in ev- Fine JLIuen Shirt Bosoms, worth 25 c, Tor 5c. All hinds of fancy things thnt were 15c to 25c are io the Uolverel-t- Gwalior (or 8cindiah ns he is generally moet marked attraction where he sudualed both no 5 cents. and I.iw FcWl Entered the aenlor called) feeds 1,000 more, of the Bsonres itn ery corner a mudeal box that played in imitation of the songs of bright colored c1m of Yale College In 1870, hut afterwards pecuuious. Theilath of Iodore (Holkar returcoi to IlicHunnd and was ailuilttitl to byname) also feeds 600 more. And bo on images of birds, flitting among the branchthe bar in June, 1S7C. Hsturnlni; toOene-boro- , It laqulte an e.Aiy going thing to be piu es of an artificial tree. They were very he practiced his profeulon till 1870. psrized in Binares It is their biait in the pretty and ingeniously wrought. French So come within ten days from this date und dollar will go hh far as fire dollars originally editor of the holy city, that no povertr stricken one constructions I think. when ho brotme would. Our stroll through the handsome rooms Jiiaminer newapeper then?. la 18S0 h need go to brd hunt;rv within her mcreJ was followed by a view from the upper ve went to Waahitikton nnd for a lime held limits. randah where the Kajih loves to ait In the to take strong measures, snd incontinently H. K. TAYLOR, At suitable intervals, iloojt the line of an edllmWt paition on the Daily iW but evening and enjoy the glorious landscape knock to pieces anything bearing the semOf LOO AN COUNIT, la a Candfdatofor the office returned to 0 veneli .ro the nw year, and bathing ghauts, there aro two burning I have Jait returned from tho city and I cordialofSuperlntendcnt of Public Instruction, aubj ct blance of ho image. Thcce rough iconouiy Llegant Line of the following ver tbliheH the iW, ghauts or places of cremation f r Hindoo Benares, across the river, two or three clasts ppoiled many delicate carvings as ly Invite you toocall nndeee1 alio call attention to to the Democratic State Contention. Millinery befo buying. miles below; fields and groves, of emerald which hr edito! till 1SS.1, and undo a uiot dead. In one a body was fiaesly burning iny fine'r aelectod stock of Ladles' Un1rtrer green, oppoeito the fort; the royal sweep of all iconoclasts do but one can sympathize and Notions. Uandktrchlefi, Collar. CulTt and eicellrnt paper. He war elected to the as we piwcl. lathe upper one half a Valuable Mill Property for Sale dlUerent atyles the Ganges in the reaches both aboro and a little with them, when one sees, what a Corwuof Drmscs. lean bo Ladles' at White my store tn found LeRi.Uture of 18S1-- 2 ami again in 1SSM mile further up stteam another body had The property known as the Hustonrllle Flouring below; I don't know a more nttr&ctivo pros- breach of the 2jd commandment has led to the room lately vtcitedby tbspost-otBcFrom 1S3I till Chmber, 1SS.S, he waa bul just been reduced to ahcs No day pwee Mills will be otlered for aalo to tho highest JIH8. HATE DVD D EH A It. pect of the kind than tho one we feasted the wide world orer. 110 2m Maalord, Ky. . and best bidder, on nt-raanner of the Frankfort Capital and without tho repetition tf this dingusting We were in Benares onlr 21 hours. We roasting flesh is our eyes upon from Ills Highness' palace rince the Utter ! t' alitor, the other rite. The smell of th Saturday, April 10th, 1880. had a delightful "rummage" in the bazars verandah. ilutim of ma fnrw.r alitor, Dr. John D simply horrible. The Ciptain gave full This property la new, commodiousiy located at before we left picking up cheap memenTo crown all, the courteous sovereign OAttlculars of tho madtu optrandi, as we Hustonvllle, Lincoln county, Ky., In a fine fannNEAK DEPOT, STANFORD, Wood. n ilrlitki hi entire a teotlon. ing region; runs tiro aeu of flour burrs and one vouchsafed an interview even unasked. We toes of our visit. The city is famed for its iiatmally of an exceedingly ptted them. How the hoJy, ancotnted sot corn do.; Is furnished with ample machinFor Meal. Flour. Bacon. Lnrd. 8ucr. Co3, But did not wish to embarrass our dear Captain bras work, which resembles pure gold most ter, Eras, Cauneil Goods, Cheese. Bologna, ery and the later appliances and ia capable of Lrifiht mind, the liberal educations' advan- with Rher iclarified butter) is, with many Molaups, Jelly, I'teterves, Apple doing largo and excellent work. ceremonie, placed on the funeral pile, by asking a favor he might not be able to wonderfully. And one can get lovely Hutror, MacKnrci, r gs' ful-1- ; Tho sals will be positive. Terms niada known j yd, have been spice, Pepper, Clovct, tage which he ha n grant, 30 we had not requested this pleature things for a "mere song." We bought what Ginger, Tea. Cinnamon, Candles, Hominy ueans, on day of rale. Oranges. Lemons, improred and a a liUlal'ir und a4 an which is lighted by the nearest relativ . Potatoes. Dried Fruit. Pickles. IP. II. S3IITU, though we wanted it more than even a our moderate wishes longed for nnd what lUlslns, Tobacco, Clgara, Coal Oil, 6oap, Starch, 102 td President Hustonvllle Mill Co. editor ho ha. won distincton even brfore How the soul Is fed with milk and rice, kept in bluing, vinegar palace. But it wis given by contcienco would sanction and came away a grocery. Food a in fact anything usually allpatts eight nf the delivered promptly to leaving hi. twentle In dlipstltlon he it seven timet, duriog Ike process of cremathe dear LOUD, in his own generous way; quite happr. At Moghul Serai we parted of town. Country produce tiken in exchange for braTe and true, loved by hie tion. How for 13 day it is .nil thus nourgoods. Give tne a trial and 1 will treat you fair. Kentrous, KENTUCKY GERTIKL B. 1 who wanted His children to enjoy their from dear Sist r Lucas and Henry Formsn, lw-lifrt.ndt and rc.prcted by hi enrmte.. The ished, iu diflerent p'ace, each day, until with great regrets, but the "joy of the visit to this city, to the utmost. So we saw high retimation in which he is held by hi the funeral ssryices are thus completed. everything. LORD'' still "BlneGrnss Route." by the fact tt at Haw the fires are extinguUhed by Gines His Majesty. The Kajih is n perfectly largn U party at "wn to write of our quiet gentleman in person, slightly built; a , I con not trust mye-elaa he !e h ha hern a member of water when the boiy is contumed, and bow younit Shortest and Uuiokest Boute from Oen loving friends, as they deserve, lc:t 1 3hould af'i-- r vleath Lai fjllow- - vnung man of 2"), perhnp; speaking Enn. b the tra a u,. 1SS3. ml a tral Kentucky to all Points North, And I can not write eem extravagant. glish brokenly; and to us, most condescend East, West and Southwest. He ii a nephew of U. S. Senator Vtet, of eJ life, before the cremation takes place. been in ordering We were, at last, after much, most in- teg and courteous. He shook hands when how good the LORD has Mlwouri, and waa named for him. In 1SS4 Fait Line Between departing journey, to as structive chat, carried beyond the limits of we were introduced, all round, and again, every step of this N'innle N. Deck-hahe waa married to Mi to us all; because no when, after a few words, wo took our leave to make it plcuint LEXIXGTOX & CINCINNATI of Dtrda on, vomit: lady of great the Holy City. A nullah or "gully" cleavSchedule In Effect Oct. 11. 1885. ing the s'eep b'ufl -- divides the "sacred" We shall always bear with us a most pleas form of words can adequately tell how nd they arc, we beautT and tiractlvi-neing remembrance of the brief interview, and gcod He is, always learn, apparently lipjv a. mortals e?er from the "profane " FoTT Ho. Ii fio. 8 of His Htghnes' great courtesy. LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE is a Bocrn-BcvHOae part is called Bunnoo-t- he other Kt. Ex. Sun. Dally Ex. Sun. Leaving the Fort, by the water gate, we formula that gives a hint of what the heart Uss.r; and our Captain avers that It ie arrant nowenae to talk of working corruption of these two mingledit ii the boarded our "stdewheeler" once more, and would call Him, if it had some name to 8 10 a D 8 10 pm 2 00 pm Ltc. Covington...... words " Falmouth...... 9 65 a m 0 3 pro 2 32 pm convict ro at not to compete with oula'iie But seraphic tongue, alcne, can crossed the river, whero the Rajah's car- choose. " Cynthlana.... It 02 am 10 V9 p a 4 37 p m gives the ci'y its name. Bunnooussar 11 40 am 11 00 p ru 5 IS pm labor. Nj matter what they may be work that Arr. Paris- riages two ere in waiting. These bore "epsak his worthy praise " He known how " Lexington first; then Bunnusar; then Bunniirst; lastly, 0 17 pm li 87 p ni etl at they will be bmuht tn'o competition lovingly grateful we all are And that is us swiftly to the city and our Hotel. Lve. Paris- Benares Pnilology plays strange pranks ill 45 a in 11 03 p m o 'a p m with honeit labr. If they m.oiild be pui Arr. Winchester., 12 SO pm 11 40 p m 6 io pm The Rajah's gardener brought us cut enough. Eer in Jesus. .Geo. O. Barnes with name, as cc all know, and this " KIchmond auopn 7 ptr Ia'nature'sjown remedy, made from roota gathered to loaOn? they would c tnprte with n large S 13 pm " Lancaster, - tbwM from his city garden, and the next sounds ns plausible as many trtnsformaTnx champion bog that waa killed in irom;the forests of tieorgli. The method by which " Kowland 3 00 p in number of citxins. Wnr ahnii'd they not morning the two carriages wero again in Rhinebeck the other day in tho presence of It la mads was obtained by a d from the Lve. RIcnmoud.....,i 'i 03 pm .... that are acceptsd as genuine. omprte with mnera as well m manufa- lions S 30 p a I ..., Afterwards the captain look us still fur- waiting, betimes, to take us through the 3,000 persons, for weeks before his death had Creelc.Indlans wholnbabtted a certain portion of Arr. Berca " Livingston. ... 6 00am).., cturer, maion., carpenters or road buildeie? to one of the ther up the river -- sbaut two milei to city. There is nothing to bo seen in Bids to be fed with a spoon He was so fat Georgia, which was communicated early settlers, and.thus tho formula hu been handAs a matttrof ficttheri more coil in easRiionusgur, whtrehis Kajih lives, in a res after tho gbauta are visited. The tern that he could not feed himelf, and bo ed down to the present day. The above cut repHo. 11 NO. 3 No. 1 tern Keitucty than the wtola pjpulatiou fort of impoMng front, on the right bank of pies are by the thousand but none of them a small liov and ii big iron spon were em- resents the method of manufacture twenty yrara ol the State could mine in 50 yens and thtrtS CO a tn the Ginger. Coumqueutly on the opposite attractiye. Hindoo architecture is not to ployed. The boy hd no sinecuri, for the ago, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of the present pioprl-etor- Lve. Livingston. " Berca 10 i a m is no reason why colt C labor should not The demand has been gradually Increasing Arr. KIchmond . seeing the stately structures hog ate a barrel of swill dnily, but tho boy side from Bintrei'. The day was perfect, my taste, after 11 46 a m until a 1100,000 laboratory Is now necessary to suphelp develop the resources cf that section. 7 IS ami, for a boat ride -- the gentle breeze fanning o' Akbar and Shah Jehan Ieatntd to love the fat hog, and wept bitter- ply tho trade. A foreign demand has been created Lve. Kowland ... ii Lancaster .. 8 05 a m, It ie our understanding jhtt nil miners who us p'tasontly, as, protected by a thick The "Golden Temple," la the tnot famous ly when lie. was slnuuhteied. nwn and enlarged lacllitles will j necessary to meet It. Air. KIchmond.. 111 09 am want worn find reidy employment and This great of the ahrlnea. It is a Bloppy, filthy ea ing fnui the not sun, we etj)jed the gloLve. KIchmond OOltu 12 25 p ml there is Mill room for more workmeu. If 7 05 a mf 25 a ml. ..... Arr. Winchester closure, with hideous idols ineido the cen rious prospect without n drawback. 18 Arr Paris a few of the fellow, who arn defying tho Vegetable Blood Purifier Lvo. Lexington ...! 7S 25 a mi 32 25 ap mmi 4 20 pm Mills. Ktinnugur fort is the ancient residence tral pile, ubove which riea a painted cupo- The a m 40 lawi o the C imm nwenlih oouhl be them-Htli- i'i 8 20 a m 8 30 p ml 5 20 pm Lve Paris CUBES of trie Beimel rulers, and tho present sue la covered with gilding The original "Gol" Cynthlana,...) 8 63 a m 3 83 p tn 5 51pm into convicts, there mitld turned Highest .Market Prlco raid for Wool. C 57 pm " Fnlmoitth 9 55 a m 4 45 p ceesor (o the thtone linn a revenue of 73 den Temple" was doubtless vraml. Aurun Cnnccr, Catarrh, Scrofula, Kczemti, Ul- Arr. Covington .. ..Ill 80 a ra 6 00 p ui, 8 45 pm soon be a stup put to this fnolishnepe. tn hks (or 3 050,000 dollars) which he dis- rjbe tho fanatical son of Shah Jehan We are now pupated to manufecturo wool for cers, Illieumallsin, Itlootl Taint, Sjutti Kntiickin. pones of as ha chooet. Tnere is no nation and the great iconoclaet of the Moghul Dy- farmers tn tho best tiiannr. is we shall make a 3ZAY8VII.LK JJKANCBI. specialty of CI STOM WOKK thtsaeMon, wo res- - Hereditary or otherwise, without tho use of MerItratl-BritsiLinojln Hall Toe encttun of this on earth but wool to who would nasty rtzed it not quite to tho ground Sectfiilly solicit Stocking bn tuade'lnto Blankets, cury or Potash. FKoTSl magniticeut siructorij at Berea i progreM-- I allow such "plums" to lie untaited, whlln, and, over its ruins, built a mosque, which ,ic Ac. Y will keep Yarn, Flannels, n Ho' Is, Noarji-UocNon hand stock Hooks on "Contagious Blood Poison" and "Blood Daily e Ex, Sun, It is to be a purl of th themselves, in real etnitH to tutke the "two still stands, The relics of the old temple, of goods which we will exchango for wool on UK ritpidly, terms Wool bought at the market prlie. and 6kln Dlfeasca" mailed free. For sale by all dtugglata. an 1 will c intaiu a rjotn foMhe Y. M end ."of an expensive government "meet." peeping out of the loser story of the Prices for nianuUcturlng when wool is furnishLve Covington..., 3 00 pm follows; Carding and spinning. IfiKc; " Lexington ... 7 25 a rn 4 20 pm THE SWIFT 8PECIFIC CO., C. A , and u department of geology and And this Rsjth is only one of a numerous moeque, tell, somewhat, tho story of its an ed are as Spinning, doubling and twisting, zuc; ' Pari Carding and S 20 a m 5 23 pm N Y. 157 23d St. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Jeans, 2So 8 41 a iu 3 45 p in Arr Millersburg.. mineralogy, bteidea recitation rooms. The clav; though most aro not ao wmlthy as cient elaborate magnificence. But even, if Carding, spinning aud weaving Carding, tpinuingsnd weaving wlilt.i I,insey,25c " Carlisle...'., 9(8 t m 0 10 pm Jll-lbuilding will be four utoriei hteh, of brick, he. " Johnson it stood, uninjured, it could never rise ll.JIATTXai,Y,I'ro'r. .....in 03 a ml 07 pm DB. W. B. PENNX, " Maysvllln... 110 to a m 7 60 pm 4BflsBBlSVBL'0 and U to cot $30,000. Mr. Huiltli, presiIt is this exhtbitiuti of ml honesty -t- above the inherent defects of the tuchitoo Dontlut No. Si NoTsi dent of the Century P.ibhatiiun Co, New hat natives cm bitter, than nny, under ture, of which it was only a splendid kic! STANFOKDD, KY Dally Dailv Office on Lancaster street, i oxt door tu Isia-Rto- s York, donated $10 000 to the JIal1. The statu.'; who knor, from hhlory, what their men. That is s hopelessly mao and Ex. Bun. Ex. Sun 12 a Jodrnal otSce. Ofltce i otu from 8 to vber arohitectura Is entirely diflereut from any- on per pie would do under the circumstao' pnerile, that no amount of orntmeuUtioa 5 41 a m 2 45 p ru Lve Mayavlllc... G0NTRA0WR& BUILDER M.and 1 to5r. u. Aneitbellca administered.l uocoaaary. " Jobuson 0 27 a m 3 2S m KIchmond regis- cdstbin gives Britain such a grip on thee csn redeem it. thing in this country. ' Carllslo 7 20 a m ' 4 25 p m ' ' Millersburg. C. 7 48 a ml 4 47 p m Hardly a Htndo3 Temple in India is tne 1,.1 conquered peoples ter. lifted personally STANFORD, KY. - tiuAthat rUu 't iVs l 8 15 a m 5 IS p m An Parla , tn I bas 4 fllO.m'Airii, m " Lexington Tne LeConta pear trusted imp'icltly. This is ii the anomtly worth a second look. You can never study Oilers bis services to the peoplo of B anford and OSE IlAri'V Editou. NT' " Cvington II 30a m 8 45 pm Moiaoimodaa (Israe itish) sttuo vlilnlty. long xreiletre nnd caroful attention ' '.R":iv trcei nre In full bloom and give promise of thnt meets one hi every turn. These them like Building material o' ev-. guaranteoaatUUction . Taj a thouNotk. Trains 8 and 4 are dally between Win1 yr immense yield of fruit The peach trees haugluy conquerors are not rebbers, nt iny ture. You may look nt the an ery description furnished ut lo ratos tl tuswon iri " K.uAw ml i i,u chester. Lexington and Covington; other train like co many others, whom it might sand tlmea and Had a now baauty every rain except Sunday. nrecoyered with bl&om; many acre of walM Itw tl toW arudally conn etlnuiaro made at Winchester with Direct atl.ty JCIP.' ft' rt ,J m termelon are bein plnnteif; blackbarri; bo invidious to name. An 1 no Oriental tltue, unobserved before. Chesapeake for Ml. Sterling. Ashland, Hrslljrl r 'Sftw j.- s Huntington, Charleston, W, Va., and Ea.Urn citThen, there is so much utee and water, nromise to bo plentiful. Aa we ait in our stare in np'ii mouthed wonder at one who v. J i .... ies. ns Past Line: N0.1. 8 and 4 run Tia WlnebMter, chair and build air cistlet and riilioads can uud yet dost not n.l, because it is in the Hitidoi worship, that a popular Trsiring tocbango my residence, I offer for tale Polld Trains, with luliiu&n Hleeptrg Cars iKitweea shrine is a synonym for exceeslve filth and big hotels, and tolas of all tho oc;d wrong to do so My Beautiful Suburban Home, Cincinnati and KIchmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D. C. I declare, that I have no thought of Olecginous untidinw, above; slop under things in etore for us, wa do not otre if our utile west of With 10 Aires of Laud attached, Throunh llckata and baggago checked to any for, pereonally, I can't aay I foot; hideous noifea of voices and uncouth Lancaster. Tho house Is kk1, so nre the out destination reached by a railroad. tdioea aro out at the toe?. -- Qaltman (0.) w a good orchard. Ac Tnoaepiul 8. f B. MOKSB. W. H. WHlTTLEdEY, have a drawing towards Eoliraim. uor will Instrument; liwusting orgiee; in short houtvs tliorit Free Pre8j Paffenger Agvut, Trav. PaM. Agent, tocssu. Addresimeat Lancaster, Lock Kox.su Corlrgtou, Ky, Lexington, Ky haTe, till he changei migbtly but, I havb ererything to lepel and abjolutely nothitu It. It. MWIj. Greeley's W SMITH C. II. W. KULLEK, The ux husbiud oi Horace This idol warship is in etrik no end of admiration for my "kinsmen ac- aliructlve 4v is beautiful, all but her skin ; "iffwl Mauagtir, dtughliSf uiiuhl at wt.ll (j ii' chiislii.' tho cording to the ilish," when I think of their imr contrast with the decorous quiet of ever told and nobody has Aodrrson. Our ' peerlrMH Aumric-iMuliamniedaii prayers and cleanly proatra-tlon- e sterling integrity. KHOMwill never cjusmiI io bi culled her how easy it is to put Though, in their tidily kept mujids. Well, o had a raoit delightful vMt to EHUnSH." N. POTTS & CO.. "Molly Smllh." beauty on the skin. Beauty "CHICHESTER'S nl (i...i.iue. I think the Hindoo BONANZ V MILLS, - the It fort aud palace. A few of his religious litei apitt, 'flto OrlKlnnl mill RICHMOND, KY. irurlhl,-- - lincstmi. ifo ict.lwa;. II.1UMK It i e.ihl by one who one tried it llm' 75 elepnanta were brought down to the far more attract! re than the Mussulman. I They have a new Patent Process Mill and make on the skin is Magnolia l.'niniuMi to LADIES. A'L ' r o, m s U a 1 hlilir-tc- r' us Hour, which tnny tll at initoui price. (UMiiM.tii u. Sn. lftk il.r. In i.n J- cayenne pjpper fpriklei itpu-- hut tl n river to water as we drew nnar the landing don't wonder th it the earlier reformera of Balm. tu NAME PAPFH...IW""'!"' Mr J. It. Silt of the noisy and section and votild rlirlt ItravoUf.ir them"" ibta in disgust aaiil-.- u nels will attjid inatuni re tef io persiir and the um of their wonderful trunks hs HiU4rt 4l-- . h via u 'rlie-t- r Sold br Ilrujrll ncruber'. A.s Ut utn-ifa- ) exhaust, d and f quirts in turn, i irrational hubbub o' au idol tetnnle, chose I and rnuuy new one. EntlJ" l'caHjnjral 11IU 1 !....:.. ir, t I tit, c GEO. 0. BARNES. xiiJit oahii. IT BEATS PRICES. Everything is away clown at POWERS' DRY GOODS ST01E THE PRETTIEST AND BEST CALICOES CHEAP OOXJISTT f$r Fifteen Cents' Worth of almost anything for five cents, and all of next week you will find it so. v ii nasi mh wBmmwmm a Millinery. e. Go to W. K. Veaicli, Ixerd 1 n g f Se al Pjsii Ij' 4 I u. Swift's Specific half-brer- I Noxtn-BOCN- s. , i StanfordWoolen con-tant- col-lez- Frank Allison., HOUTn-BoHN- 1164-lyr- . 1 wi 83-- -- "' 1 boot-lickin- g 1 OS-- It Many a Lady ! o" Buy Your Floux -- j',' W. filth lri.l l' B.rf l.iiull-li'.o- ,m i first-cla- , ...M-flii- Gov. Knott has pardoned O. D. Brown, best people in this county as well as many sentenced to the roaltentUry for fourteen tcattcred abroad in other States. How the Both houses have passed n bill to inyears by the Woodford Circuit Court for loaders of this paper far nwny In other crease the pay of Jailers for dieting prison killing George Freeman, Town Marshal of States must be pained by these threo funerers from 50 to CO cents. - April 0, 1886 Versailles, in June, 18S3 Tho jury which als in this end of the county this gloomy Stanford, Ky., Tho House bill requiring that teachers convicted Brown reached a conclusion by April day. May we be spared from sendof the common echoohshall be paid monthcasting lot, on which ground the pirdon ing them another so sad a chapter whilo ly was agreed to by tho Senate. doing service as correspondent for this paP. WALTON. W. was granted. The Sinale has pissed tho Houso bill The unreasonable demands of striking per. appropriating $120,000 for the Branch Eirly yesterday morning our people, laborers in all parts o( the country, togethi absolutely disgusting to lead the Penitentiary and levying an additional tax It demonrtratlons of lawleis-nes- s without a singlo exception, were deeply er with their weak attempts to make capital for them- of 3 cents on the $100 to rsise it. have efloctuallr driven public symp- pained to loarn of tho sudden death of Mrs. indulged in by the lawmakers selves now A bill requiring uounty courts to es- atic from ihflm. Thev have attempted to Wm. Stuart. As wife, mother, neighbor both in Congress and in tho Legislature, on tablish a north and south line in each make the boycott a weapon and it has and friend, no better or more noblo woman the labor question. Little a'ses, who have counlv in the State, and requiring surveywounded only themselves. Inafrco coun- over lived in this or any other community. mmmw wtab jrs?y j i Vkj4l f ihf nothing to entitle them to public notice ex- ors and any psrson surveying under orders try like this the tyranny of labor and capi- She was a woman of fino mental faculties, cept tho longneis of their ears and their of a court to be governed thereby, passed Breck endowed with those gifts, rarely combined tal alike will not be countenanced. ability to br.iy, are trying to make a record the Senate. in ouo I'omoii to mako hetvelf useful, gen enrjdgo News. that will catch tbo vote of tko poor, downTho Committee to investigate the conAt tho primary in Mercer Saturday, tle, charitable and that winning motherly KWh-vM-: trodden laboring man nod givo themselves duct of tho Lexington Lunatic Asylum ikm. Arm li John Hughes beat Vance Wileon, tho pres-on- t kindness to all that so endears such n woanother leate of power to draw the public and tho chirgea" against Superintendent incumbent, for county judgo about 500 man and makes her loss so painfully felt pap. All tho talk in tho Kentucky Ligis-latu- ru Chenault, presented a report sustaining the votes. Bush Allen beat Kichard Board and hor pise; impossible to fill. To say about convict labor is the shesrest Dr. and approving the management of tho the family have tho sympathy of all who who had been circuit clerk for twenty-fou- r nonsense ncd demagogy and those who air institution. Waggoner know them, would fail to express tho grief years, about 500 votes. James themselves mostly on it are doing it solely beat Paxton, present jiilcr, bv a good ma- and depth of feeling all entertain, and a loiNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Tho same for their own advancement. thn christian life she . oo jority. Wm. Alexander downed several ter solaco to them is, - r ' .. may be said about those Congressmen nLo Alt competitors for afswsor. A general row lived which can not fail to be rewarded by Thla nowiler natrf r VArtra. A aI n..liv voted and argued for tho O'Neill arbitra feet and rising yesterday. strength and wliolpsonicneis. More economic! occurred at CornUhvllle, in which several Him alio so faithfully served. tlianthoorcllnxrjrkln.il. cau not b sold In nj A Pittsburg, Pa., boy of 8 stabbed tion bill, which, notwithstanding its doubtJ. C. King has been on a visit to Lou- competltou with tha multitude or low trtt, tuort persons wore wounded. weight ful constitutionality and the demoralizing and killed another of 12. W. James cant. alum or phosphate, powders. Sold only lu isville. G. W. James and J. ltoriLlUKixii rornk Co., There are 159 inmatei in the Feeble HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. effects on labor which would result from The Bucket Pmnh & Water U4 Wall Street, M. Y. haves havo returned from the city markets its becoming a law, passtd the Houso by Minded Institute at Frankfort. Do not forget the sale of our fine mill where they bought spring goods'. Mils Barnum's treasurer, Sinclair, has de Ii an ImproTf ment on in l'urapor Elerator yet the overwhelming vote of 195 to 30. Col. Louttna James, one of C. O.'a most deservadvertised for tho 10th Inst. invented. Tha cupi dfcnlln tall or air and Breckinridge was the only Kentucky Con- camped with $6,500 of his funds. water, circulate tha air irora lot-tois of course high edly popular and handsome ladies, is homo The topic of the time to top of cittern or well, renwlnf wljglee . The Court of Appeals has decided the gressman who had the courage to vote water bu(t, and rendering thn water pure, retuor-in- z classic stream Has striven from a visit to friends in Danville. J, F. water. Oar Auditor's agent act unconstitutional. all culur. bad Utte or itnell. Thli l'nim. ! against it. hard to get up a sensation, but without Carson left for Mlrsouri and Kansas last ToIioM and HoUl li (Hit w,n. an Improved chain; no llnka to got twlitedt each Berry Spears, colored, fell into the rivJersey cows and tatotaglU floe reputation. Charges rconabl. cup Uaoldered permanently, and Imlead ota link, week with a car load of success. Because the managers of the Missouri er at Williamsburg, and was drowned. Do not I a flat plrro ot galvanised Iron la tied. purcliuo a pump until you tut this. In consequence of the unfavorable heifers to sell in that market, and to look Special attention to tbe trurellng public. Pacific will Dot take them back in a body, Tf. Very reipscttnlly, It is said that Secretary Manning will wr&ther onr town is unusually dull. The at tho country. We hopo he will not be Vl'll'iviwn n.i. the Knights of Libor are still on a strike, res! en within 30 davs on account of his Mt. Vernon, Ky. iw II. IIIGGLNN. country peoplo do not come in and of so well pleased as to locate there, as he is though freight trains are being run by new health. news from tho rural re- too good a citlun to loee. Rev. O. C. men, with no great show of opposition exThreo chambermaids were roasted to course we get no Green, of Louisville, has moved to J. L. gions. cept at two or three points. At Fort death by a fire in the Planters' Hotel St. The County Superintendent would bo Slavin's property near the depot, this place. sheriff and possee, who Louis. Worth, Texas, a George Hearst, the new Senator from glad to meet the representatives of as many J. L. Slavin has moved his family to Luh-erheiwere assisting in sending out a train were Dwight Hardin, prlnco of Luth-erhei- m. fired on by tho strikers and a battle ensued California, is said to have an income of $2,. tchool districts as possible in Stanford on Saturday to supply them with census was in O. O. Sunday. Miss Jotie resulting in the killing outright ol one 000 a day. Moore, of Cincinnati, O., is at Crab OrchThe soldiers have been ordered to blanks. officer and the fatal wounding of two othWe hear of a sad event as having oc- ard Springs for her health. ers. Three of the attacking party were Fort Worth and the strikers will hardly curred in Dunnville, In Casey county, last This outrage should bo tackle them. also wounded. LAND. STOCK AND CROP The President has nominated Mrs. Wednesday. Young Ad Jones was visiting tha whole power of punished if it takes Dealers In all alnJiot A red Young Mary yearling bull for the State to bring the perpetrators to jus- Jameaetta H. Dickson as postmistress at friends here on Saturday and Sunday, ap It parently in good health and spirits. A day sale. F. Reld. Btanford. tice. Starting in with but a fancied griev Harrodsburg. I havo n number of young bulls for fall of over 12 inches of or two after his return home ho put a pistol driving There was a ance tho Knights are effectively havo sale. A.M. Feland, Stanford. away even that small amount of sympathy snow on the upper Peninsula of Michigan to his head and killed himself. I surmises ai to the cause of the Ike Shelby, Jr , sold to Jno. Johnson, heard no felt for them and bringing an organization during the snap last week. cattle at of Boylo, a bunch of 2 year-olto the fatal act. Maj. Gen Schofield succeeds which might be of much good into merit5 cents. Oar genial townsman, Jim Taylor, command of the Department of the Atlaned contempt. of tho remainder of his household J. L. Cojar bought 150 barrels of corn tic, vice Hancock, deceased. The Mason & Foard Company deny in coods on Saturday preparatory to his de in Woodford at $2 and 10,000 pounds of Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wngons, Wool, Grain, 8eods, Goal and Lumbar, call atBy the crushing in of the roof of a a letter addressed to the General Aseemblv theatre at Hermal, Japan, 150 persons were parture. We shall miea him sadly, in hemp at $5.75 Clipper. tention to their the statement made by the packed com- killed and many others wounded. r product of the world The fact there are symptoms of a considerable mittee sent to investigate the treatment of r by nearly 450,-00- 0 Emma Norman, the country girl who exodns from our end of the county. The exceeds that of the convicts at Gretnwood, and say they shot Henry Arnold, her betrayer, was ac- Misses Logan have gone. Wm. Cloyd is in tone Hnnually. A low average of beet can abundantly prove that nearly every quitted of murder in a Memphis court. the far Wert. Col. Weathorford. McAlis-te- r, is fifteen tons to the acre, which yields allegation as to the cruel methods of dealJohnson, Jasper and probably others pounds to the acre, worth al seven The Iowa Legislature has passed a bill ing with the men in their chatge can be prohibiting alien from acquir- are preparing to go. All these are first-cla- cents, $210. r Boston Post. refuted hy witnesses more competent to ing titles to real estate in that State. Several Woodford county farmers have citizens and each will leave a blank testify than the convicts and others chceen A local option election occurs in Rich in our community. sold their lambs to Weihl, of Lexington, by the committee. They claim that they mond, Va.. April 20, and the excitement for $-- each, to be delivered from the 1st to OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. had no notice of the investigation and bids fair to run as high as it did in Atlanta the 10th of Juno. Geo. Moore, of near Lancaster. when they learned of it went at once and Laura Holly, alias Ida Beed, who shot Plumb Lick, has contracted for 250 lambs Mrs. Simeon Johnstone died Saturday of June delivery, at 6 cents per pound-n- one To wit: rundalIDIicprWhclHarTOw,Tbomaa Smoothing asked to present their side of the cass but and killed Al Bennett, at Memphis, died Harrow, Kalaoiaioo String Tooth liar- ow. Aetna ThrHM-ilnwere refused any show of justice at all. Sunday morning of wounds Inflicted by her at her home in this county of consumption. - Harrow. v..n. -,. .": ...... to weigh under tho customary CO v.u ..in,..i.i Harrow. Scotch Harrow. Erini' auu tiieca runiers .-(.omblOMl. TM.nouUr .VHand riant- " li""' "" "i.V"',!:S .vi Jriu Her remains were interred Sunday. They therefore ask to be heard bsfore be- her own hand. era. Kuril and Uradler vumi.wi, jiaua vuiiiTiion, Bourbon news. poundi. ucuDJtenoteli with renders tod many other good onee Jiut in aeaaon. The wife of Mr. Jamea Prather, Sr., fore being convicted of such damaging Gen. Pope left San Francisco on his The snow storm kept the usually large charges and to this right they are certain- iourney into retirement in a special train. died Sunday morning at her home near crowd from court yesterday and It was a ly entitled. Time was when he was glad to retire with Buckeye In this county, of appoplexy, in dull day generally. Capt. Bush reports the 65th year of her life. his baggage train. about 200 inferior scrub cattle on tbe marThe sentiment in favor of the enactment Mies Sue Cozatt, of Parksville, was the ket with but few sales. Bidding very slow. George Scovill, who defended his law is growing all over of a whipping-pos- t brother-i- n law, Guiteau, has been sent to guest of Mrs. James Dillon last week. Mrt Thofe that, sold brought 3 to 3) cents. the State and if the Legislature does its jail in Chicago in defanlt of the payment L. F. Habile is vieiting friends in New Some work oxen fold from $75 to $100 per duty it will pass such a law. The Midway of $15 weekly alimony to his divorced Castle, Ky. Col. EJ Leavell is on the sick yoke. A few p'ug hones sold at from Clipper makes a good point when it ays: wife. list this week. Mr. Ben Pherigo is serious- $75. "The law no doubt would be productive Judge Posey, just nominated for conn ly ill. Owing to tho enow storm that prevailof much good in more ways than one, and ty jadge in Anderson connty, has enjoyed In response to a telegram from Gen. ed all day yesterday, many owners oftal Is the one that carries the ltrgnt and embarrasssave much expense and perhaps an uninterrupted term of office for the Castleman, Lieut. W. J. Klnnalrd, of the lions declined to bring them to town and prison managers as well. Labor past twenty years, never haying suffered ment to Oweley Rifles, met that gentleman at Junc- tbode brought wcro not shown on tho ttreet. strikes and riots would diminish and "hon- defeat. tion City Thursday night and together they Nunnelley'd livery stable was well filled Master Workman Powderly says that est labor" have nothing to howl about if went to Greenwood, where Mr. Kinnaird however, and many breeders were there stripes and there- if the names of strikers who destroyed railthey received thirty-nintook charge of some troops from Bowling making examinations: C. T. Sandidge's by remained outside the wall, to raise a road property are reported to him, they Green. Second Jewel, a beautiful bay and ono of row about the employment of those inside. will be expelled from tho Order of Knights haB returned on tbn great Miea Anna Vaughan the finest stallions In the State, waa on Oar facilities lor bujlng and tht discountsprices than anyquantities wo buy enables us to cite Utter of Labor. oae. L?t us have.the '"post." from Chrlstianburg and will bejin teach- hand: E. S. Powell did not show his stal The President nominated the Rev. AlThe 2?cmner pays Mr. "Warren and this len Allenswortb, a colored man of Ken- ing this (Monday) morning at Locust lion but brought his fine Jack, Bob McEl-roy- ; a short distance from Grove school-house- , paper both want Pulaski cut off of tbo dis- tucky, to be Chaplain of the Twenty-fourt- h A. T.Nunnelley's Danville Wilkre, a adds "it knows a thing or two Infantry, which is one of the four colored town. Miss Anna has a legion of friends splendid mahogony bay was at home to his trict and here who will be delighted to hear of her friendr; Tom Robinson's fine Vermont that will ring unpleasantly in our ears if regiments. (his matter is not settled in an honorable return. Hamiltonfan was there and attracted much UniJudge John Baxter, of Tennessee, Sunday's Courier'Journal contained the attention; C. L. Crow's Nobby, the great way." What can the fellow meat? If you ted States Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dishave anything in your little squirt gun trict, composed of the States of Tennesree, pleasing (?) intelligence that the Owsloy sire of trotters and roadsters, showed up Hut we shoot It off, Owens, and relieve your mind. Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan, died at Rifles will be ordered to Greenwood this handsomely; S. H. Baugbman exhibited week. It begins to look like a "chestnut" his Messenger Chief and St. Martin, a splenYou are evidently laboring under a hallu- Hot Springs in his' C5th year. cination or you are wormy. If anybody The prospects for the early construc when anything of this kind is said consid- did pair, and two jacks, Pate Embry and Falaekl cut off and will go to tion of. the Elizibethtown & Hodgenville ering the many paragraphs of this kind Cleveland; Took Hubble had his Enoch here wants Frankfort to lobby for It, we are not aware rsnroad are very promising indeed. The that appear and all to no effect. If the Ardca; R. Gentry and sons, their Gam-bett. ... . . .1 .t a fine bred animal; A. T. Hutchingr, of it and do not believe such ft mortal ex roaa win do aooui eleven mues in i lengin Owsley Rifles are to be ordered out for bandied by us. We hasanow tbe largest goodness' sake do it. know, Owens, that's a and will cost about $175,000. est Egbert, a bay of good style and ac- Btr sight through en all gotda andall we ask you Is to call and examine our stock ever brought to this News. 1st. Tell us all you city goods. tion and Smith Baughman showed his jack, good boy. The manager of the Jockey Club Pool CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Proctor Knott. Among the horses noticed at Louisville The Ohio River is getting on a tremen- rooms and his employees demand of the When Pat Malloy sung of America, for their absence were Wray & Wakehave been arrested at the dous tear and fears that it will reach the always there," he had not field's Norman, Champo, who will also METO-AT-JETlaw and Order Club and a legal test of the "The Bun shines hlght of the floods of two years ago are ' eeen one of our spring times, or was sing- stand their jack, Boston; J. E. and J. R. y. It is already up into the streetu new gambling law will begin hanged Dana's paper. Ferris' full brothers, Gilt Elge nnd 8llver at ing Jeff Wilson (coloied) was at Cincinnati and Louisville and great I have just received a very Urge and King, but these gentlemen were around Lsxington, Mo., for murdering Jane San-fordamage is being done. At lasts accounts millinery and advertising them on all occasions; Levi his mulatto mistress, July 31, 1834, elegantly selected stock of it was still rising with the prospect of conviHubble very wisely left his three fine stalhour on the gallows sing desire the ladies of Crab Orchard and tinuing to do so. The floods have done He spent half an cinity to call and examine it. Mrs. W. G. lions, On Time, Cleveland and Talmage, ing hymns and declaring ho would soon be great damage . at Chattanooga, Nashville Eimlston. and his fine jicks, Black Hawk, Phil and other points Sonth and mnch destitu- with God. A bewitching little blonde "is picking Thompson, Jo Blackburn and Brigham Miss MarSunday, at Jellico, Tenn,, tion exists. The losses foot up into the estimable young lady, was to a crow" with me for failing to mention her Young, at home, but was on hand telling millions and in some places government tha Peace, an DKALlaalMhave received the rite of baptism, but fail- sweetheart's visit here recently, so the next what they could do. All the bono fanciers aid is invoked. The prospect is gloomy for j to appear, investigation Bhowed that time he comes I will tell who Jim is, and regretted that the show could not come off ing Drugs, Books, Stationery and a fact. she had been drownedjtwo days before in a who Is Jim's pretty sweetheart. anuy ti uuiuo. Some of the best corn lands in Indiana Oar Sick. F. W. Dilllon's youngest It is said that the report that Judge Pry-o- r stream several miles from Jellico. would not be a candidate to succeed daughter, Lockle, Is very bad with pneu- are the bottoms of ponds which have been Fhyslclans' prescriptions accurately compnundoJ. It has boen decided to hereafter feed from drained, but in certain of these the workhimself as Appellate Judge is unauthor- the animals in Central Park, New York, on monia. Dr. J. D. Peltua Is bed-faAl ised and that he will make the race, which horse flesh instead of beef. A slaughter- exposeure and over work. Mrs. W. P. Ta-te- ing ol tho soil on warm days causes on inwill not be had for two years: He is a house has been fitted up in a remote part Oliver Dilllon and Mrs. Brooks are tolerable itching, followed by burning pain (&T3mvVsHELrBaaft6HsuZflB)SlBVaaa in the skin for some days. The cause of mighty good man. of the park, and here the horses will be slowly recovering. been fearing this is found to be the minute spicules of The Largest Stock of Watohes, Clocks, The croakers who have The Advocate has enlarged a column all killed. It is said that the coot in feeding Jewolry and Silverware colony had better sponges which onco grow in the pond and nrnnml to keen un with tho demands fcr the animals on horse flesh will not be one-thi- rd for Mr. Ottenhelmer'a of what it is to provide beef for them, begin to take some lessons in enterprise remain in enormous abundance in the dust. Ever bought to this market Price Lower than Bl8a ot its advertising space, a pretty the Lowcat. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry NeA break-u- p in the Gladstone Cabinet from them. They are now, and have for pal rod on ahort notleo and Warranted. deserved prosperity Robert Morris, a Georgia murderer, has eating raddishes, lettuce some time been is believed to bejlmminent, four of the leadI aanuMi been sentenced to be hanged on April 10 TnE public debt was decreased $14,087,-88- 4 ing members refusing to assent to any aud other vegetables of their own growing. sentenced him he lauch-e- d When tbe judge the mouth of March and tho meteure giving Ireland control of the cusduring Have just learned of the burial of Mr. and to the sheriff he said: 'Send me total debt less cash in the Treasury is soldby th middle. toms, and threatening to resign if such a Harry P. Mlddleton, at Walnut Fiat to plenty to eat, so that I may bs heavy Harness, riniform Wncon, .nan iia pcTcrmi unuart nauca 110: totnel-lml'rlcWe hare no measure be insisted uponjby Mr. Gladstone. day. Ho was In former years a citlzsn ot enough to break my neck when I fall," ngenw, but for twclra years have dealt with tho consumer. Chairman Miller, of the nouse Com- this county, but latterly had lived In the WAIh n inrwhA.. wt.t. ...,( J. Cabell Breckinridge, a son of the Tho largest animals are being rapidly ez legoof examining Vfnrnimr. been appointed Sur- mittee on Banking and Currency, has been coal region of the mountains. He died at late Geu. John C, has Inir. Wo ray (night charges' instructed to report favorably his bill pro- bis siatei's, Mrs. Dr. Harlan, In Danville. terminated in Algeria, and the lion of the ; ii noi inusinciorT. ' "iu V, arrant veyor General of Washington Territory. everjtblnRforiJjeara. Hobbs, who died at her desert Is fast becoming a myth. During The Senate passed the bill introduced viding for the iBUe of $25,000,000 in sil- And Mrs. Adaline wnst 8,frt t j aiino as othi-r- . 183-bounty She was the the eleven years from 1873 to by Mr Calloui appropriating $503,000 for ver certificates of the denomination of one home near Preachemille. Sfoii iH'flrt cv.ftlll), (Iiki n unuMlynold for K12.1. nurlumra ' ' Wt. : 'Ofonoinc'jrlifijatGsof the two- - mother of a large farrily, and llko Mr. was paid on 202 lions, 1,214 panthers, 1 882 rr " v" .k.. w - ,' ' ' " !'', 310 urr3. tun to many of tho hyenas and 27,000 jackals. ' Mlddleton, was related dollar denomination. tv. U, ntA'lT, Bvctutury, at Washington. Lincoln KlkUurt, Indiana- THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. aa atal JeaW at .1 mm jH3 T, Absolutely Pure. mrt - NEWCOMB JIOTE3L well-kno- ut M-t- ru WEAREN & MENEFEL FARMING IMPLEMENTS d dis-poe- beet-suga- cane-suga- 3,-0- ts ss Large Assortment of Harrows, Corn Planters and Cultivators, -- ..........:...- .- ti.. sAtt - rH iron-iMA- -- THE HOUSE 0 TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS e B1HST OTOOKofGOODS We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, mXSAHT a, TO CUT1 PRICES fc to-da- IOSTJBJEfc. Alisier May PHARMACISTS, -- SSS st JEWELERS. 4 Bd IMSPAftT 0R.?JS5 "ARNESS M'POOO.' AQaaaaaaHHaV $55; c..t.. ''Hi 1"' lw p Hern arrest potatoes at T. R. Walton'a.' E'lJI.IIJUUULUMlWIWHWMCT,JBJgMaBHJJMUUgJ The County Court yesterday was barren 1 f MYf ADYIKT1BKMEHTH. of items of interest. The usual settlements Ftows. At any price, MetraU A Fo- t- were made, a numWr of roa surveyors SALtt-Oo- od Shlnile Mill with ! Jointer, ler. changed and J. B. Paxton qualified as ad Uurn Mill. a Belliog pDwer Kaglnu and a fiurru, Complete. Mabt. April 0, 1886 Bnucs A MoKonKRTU have Uhe most' ministrator of his father's estate. Stanford, KyM BUD ford, Hy. comploto lino of mens' flno shoes we have The temperaneo lecture to hnve ben ! E. O. WALTON, - UuBlnoen Manasror. oyer seen in Stanford both iu nuchlnn and made by Rev. Mr. Yancey was not deliver hand sewed. ed yesterday on account of the smallne's I liar at my Carm a H bands high Claubnnk of the crowd. Lending prohibitionists tell which was taken up is an eitray. The I have returned alter n two weeks' stay I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. In Louisville, with n full line of spring us thero will be no county ticket put oul by owner ran get him by paying for hli keeping and Mell train going North......................... 1 M r.M. all their this advertisement. Ladies are iuvlttd to call and thorn but that thoy will -- 12 15 r, u, millinery. Bouth ............ . IT. CRISES, in strcngtb for a vote in prohibition ...... Bouth...... IJIAiM. Kxvre strain" Mir 113-Shelby City, Ky. 3 03A.M, see it. Opening April 8. 0 and 10. " Notb....... September. " Suwado Beazloy. The hjOto Ji calculated on standard time. Solar and The City Council met ytwt'-rdai ueli about 30 minute faster; The City Council, now abuiit to retire, closed the contrect for 30 luinpi to light did sorao excellent work during Its admin Will make the season of 1831 at uy stable at to Mw. Main street from Dr. LOCAL NOTICES. tal ration nud leaves some lading improve 88 to Insuro a Living Colt. uuU important paintH on Wocdy IlaluV Lakdiietii'b Garden Heeds nt McK-iberlmonts to mark it. Wo do not know how Drown Jim wei aired by Mambilno King, ho by crow streets. Tto pjsts will be Iron and A StnuRV. contlv the execution of Itn plan has been, Chief and he by Mambrlno 1'atchen. hobjr LAK)nuTii'rt Rin1en iiwd In bulk aud but most of tho amount spent has been the 30 lumps nnd pxU will cost about $100. I'aymajlcr, bo by old Mambrlno Mewenaer. lit dam by an Arabian hcrac, tdlgrco unknown: 2d we Tho days of groniai! In dirknan, pickiiKex at Penny A McAlIsterV. dam by Ettamboat; dam ot Mambrlno Klnga Kcd well expended, judclns from appeirancce. Fjrest mare. hope, is at an eml Watches end Jewelry repaired on shor I will also stand a good Jick UOUOU AMD by Penny A McAHo notice and warranto! Sunday as Supt. O. K. Evans' special KKADV, The L. A X roniinuei to get in trains due when Jr.,aiea.to Insure n litlng colt, money colt Is foaled or mars pared with. He n through, on time, thongh Is H hands high and was sired by Htlgall'" Kough for tho most Buy the Haas Hog ltemedy, the orlKi train was reluming to Louisville from Peters' Blind aal and only Ktnuine, from Penny AMcAl- - trip over tho Branch it struck a cow near tho pxprc was discontinued for several and Heady, he by old Qab. ho by Hawk, ho by lllack Hawk, heby Maioi'i Black Coon Hollow, and tho baggsgo and private nights. The road is in pretty fair condi Roral Mammoth. Dim of Poinh and RmiIt w ' A mMPi.trrr. stock of lewolry, latest car wrro thrown from the track. Nobody lion and the at Cumberland river Superior Mammoth was brd by Mr. J. UaiiRh- ''....I watrbr a siveclalty. Pea was .t?. hurt, but tue wrecking train irom appears to be over an the river Is falling luti, cr. HewailShanas bl'n aud a ery tine nr A McAlister. animal. tv. Rowland had to go down acd gel thlngi in rapidly. Tue Cinntunatl Southern has alshape beforo the train could proceed. most cftoed operations and at hat account PERSONAL. ! Saturday as Messrs, W. H. and Tom had not had a through train for a week. On Mill! Hei.kn JlUFi'MAH, of HustonTraylor were firing up to make sour Mash Tne K. C. still arrives and departs on time. This trotting bred stalrills, Is vI'UtnK Mr. L. F. Huffman. and caught them besnowed the whole day yeoterday and lion will make the aeawa Miss Annie Holme, of Crab Orchard, their bailer bunt of 1881 at our stables In The trees are MllkdgcTllle, Llucoln Co. tween it and the wall bruUIng them up wjs at it late lost night. Is Ylaitlnjr. at Mm. Dr. J. O. Carpenter's. connlderahly. Mr. Tom Traylor had one heavily laden with It and the house tops Mllledgr-villMl(8 Mahm. Wiwiiit, of the 15 lolnanrc aLir- f natRhborhood, it yisIiIor MIm Tilllo of his ears nearly cut off and sustained and other comparatively dry spits show a WALL PAPER ! Owner Wanted WALL PAPER ! WALL Trimmed mul Ready lor Um ttt Jiffr, lt rtrve PAPER! ... xrao war jim 0lej's 'ROBERTS EStT"3r Ss STAGG'S. prt T'-r4"T- n. danr 113-l- w cairnxs. - Waterloo BEJrST SIESIEID I nt- It Which can be fonnd e I 1 uiff con, several other injuries. W. II. Traylor had depth of several inche, though enough lifoal, moneyduewhen Mb. ahd Mns. U. II. Pamc, of Rich- his noso badly bruised beside a severo cut fell, had It not melted, to cover the earth a Or 112 80li to Iniuroa maremare parted with. Lien aaceitalnt'dor foot or more. It is rare that such a storm thefct on eolta till money Is paid. Waterloo is retained mond, were the guwla of Mr. and Mr. under tho eye second month of Spring, but 11 yearaoid, black, 17 hands high, of splendid Geo. II. Ilruce. For nearly a week there has bcon a occum in the tyleaodoctlon, and as well bred as any hone In daye of the land. lis Is by Mchelleu, heby Mambrln Thomab Rice, Kiq , ol Lebanon, was steady down pour of rain, but while the we are surprised at nothing these Chlri, he by Mambrlno l'ay master; he by Mambrlno; be by Imp. Mruenger; 1st dam Helen Mar, here Sunday, the jneit of hi" brother, Mr. whole face of the earth is saturated with wonderful weather. Bay Mtsaeuser; he by llarplnui; he by Tub result of the election for town coun. by Jot. Rice. water, there has been no serious damsge he by Imp. Mcsscngeri'.'d dam ltd an old hand at in this locality. Tho streams have been nllmen was a victory for the opponents of Bird, b Cannon Whip; heby Blackburn's Whir; -- Mil J. E IIl'itmam. be by Imp. Whip; heby Haltram, dam by Herod; the business, has been helping Circuit Clerk high but not unusually so. leaterday a a new board, bul it was secured by the out- 3t dim a thoroush-br- f d mara br Inn. Utomede. Bay dam waa out of a New York Early Eose, Burbank. Beauty of Hebron Iliiley for several day. chilly Eut wind blew and a pretty heavy lay of considerable money. There Is an ex- Mcenger mare, and oy Imported Rockingham. and Peerless of Indianapo- snow for the season fell, making It look cellent provision in the town charter which Richelieu Is the moit faihlonably.brcd trotting Mis Oiuce Waiinkii, horse In America, and the winner of more pre Bmlley, on Lincaa-te- i little like the spring time had come. requires a man to show that he has paid the miums and purses man any none in Kemucay. lis, - TliUlnj: MIm jr. r. si. s. it vsaKijL. try)U A train dispatcher la hereby taxes due the corporation before he can vote Two gentlemen of color, Brent Hays and Warn(tr) 1 that eterythlnjc U In running for town officers and thla put $07 into the Charlie Sligall, had a heated dispute Satur- municipal cotters that would never have order. asserting that his credit was bet gotten there had not tnoee interested in the "Lioe" Ru!tN8tDE I a runner from day, one ter in town than tho other. Tho argu- defeat of the old board paid the poll tax of The noted breeder, will away bick. He cot 30 or 10 more vote make the season ol 1930 in Stigall throwing a brick il An Iho next highest can- ment wound up many darkies and others to secure their at my utab'e 2'J mllo for Councilman than at Hays, which struck him on the head votes. Considerable Interest was manifest south of Uuitoavllle, on He will represent tho lh ward, bat didate. and Liband made a serious wound. Stigall Is just ed all day and when 7 o'clock struck the thellustonvlUe Abdallah erty turnpike. and ought to be choeen Mayor. Tn Flml fllarim la t.v WW U.U.W. j- penitentiary, having served a ....1. Mr. J. n. FITS tho IKTEIUOR JOUR out of the following gentlemen were shown to be elect No. 8150; trial S 27; ttcffF'j -Whito and Yollow- 9 10. anil half haa been appointed term for a most disgusting crime, and it ed: D. W. Vandeveer who received 97; votis nrilII. f! H..rwvinl lirn,h.ri NAL correspondent, 1 nil . In but natural for Hays to resent tho as E. Uron-Ho- n wis sold 2SV. 19.000,) H. Burnslde 130; A. T. Nunnelley 07; (O. C 8. MarkforWakefleld, Review . trial 2Lyturgus auger and storekeeper by Collector 20; First 2 S3 and racer, his standing in the community Reuben Williams 03; J. M. Philips 99; B dam Mottle B. by Willie 1. (by Foreigner by and assigned to duly at the distillery sertion that a villain, Olenco.) 2d d mBettteC. by Cunningham's was inferior to that of such G. Alford 00 asd John X. Menefee 08. The Imp. Bottom; 3d dauiMlncrra Duncan by Imp. of E. M Dnny In tblt ciunty.-Lond- on Copper Col. Buzzard. Jo Llmo by tit Klmo, No. 275, by Alexvote for the old board was as follows: Leader. It will devolve on the new Council to ander's Abdallah IS, by Rysdyk'a llsmblttonlan by Mambrlno Mf fenJoe Elmo's 1st It I now generally understood that elect a Marshal. The present incumbent, Welch 71, Daugherty 67; J. E. Bruce 21; No. lb;Wl llle U's dam dam Blarllght. by Cherokee, cer. by our friend, O. II. Cwper, the democratic John Ncwland, is a candidate and so we Elmore 57; John J. McRoberts G5; I. M by Imp. Flansor. Abdallah Glenco'a colts are In Bruce 29. Among the others who received klml. fine and lanre and no A morers. both his nominee far county clerk of Lincoln, will learn is Peter Hamton. Without disparharness and under the aaddle. I hare one of opposition. An opponent would aging the claims of the latter, who might votes were A. A. Warren Si; M. G. Ncvius that with Tcry little handling trottod a Ji In 40 Seed Corn, Bcjuih, Pens nnd Melon- hate no was as nromlilnz. but ow also hae little rlow for succe aa Mr. Cooper make a good officer, wo can not refrain 29; Miller 35, &c W, R. Carson had no wc.to an another that nerer been trained. Ab ing accident has opposition for police judge and bo received dallah Glenco, altbongh a natural aaddle horse, l Justly popular and will carry the foil from saying a good word for Mr. Newland. 2 43, 10 sec. full mile City Herald. He Ins his faults, to be sure, but take him 142 votes. The ccr board goes in Thnn-da- y trotted a weeks or on a months' alow track intimed nt M. tvirir.-rjunct- lon handling, two .nt. with six Fope, of Boyle county. Mr. P. says he could by II. all through he has made one of the best next. The members are all good men show a2 SO call any time. Call and siemy stock LOCAL MATTERS. marshals the town has ever had and we and will uo doubt serve the town to the before breeding elsewhere, and sare money, for be possesses some ol the btat running and trotting believe his retention would give more sat best of their ability. crowes In existence. He la a beautiful brown, Flirt. -- Bourne's cew adrertlmement. 15) bands high (gelding measure superior bone isfaction to the majority of the people than and muscle and stands for the small sum of DEATHS. Best canned goo la at Waters A Rinej'e.' the election of anybody else. $10 the Season or $12 60 to Insure. Harry P. Middleton died at Danville I will also stand my finej-c- k, -I have just received a fine line of spring And lots of The trlsl cf ZIe Sunday of Bright' disease, aged (0. He CincciT Court. goods. Come and w Ihem. 8. II. Shank Campbell, the negro barber, for cutting was at one time in fine circumstances nnd At $10 to Insure. He is IS hands 3 Inches high, He and aa wltn Try our Proctor Knott Patent Flour, It with intent to kill engineer M. J. Steele, "tnongthe most popular men in the county. la a fine b)nejack andmuch atyle as a horse. and a flrauclaas breeder begun Thursday end resulted Saturday At the beginning of the war we was sheriff will serre jennets at (20. Hare seen three of his and cheapest. Melcalf A Fo-teIs the but Jack jenneta that morning in a verdict for two years in the o( this county and acquitted himself endi colts from nartrd with do honor to anyseason due. renders the llim penitentiary, the jiry retiring but a mo- ably in those most trying lime', He was Those who -- ate traded nurea bred lest season are remtndtd that my money is due and expected. A nice new room ou Lancaster aired ment. In the cae for malicious cutting born near Crib Orchard and lived most cf Care taken to prevent accidents, tut not responoffice or a email business lultahle for an sible should any occur. agsinst William Stamper, the judge gave his life on his farm In Pauers in Packages. E. H. POWELL neir Walnut Fiat, to llS-t- l for rent. Apply to W. P. Walton. the jury peremptory instruction! to acquit. which his remains were taken yesterday lor A NEW To Mortnow at the residence of the Stamper was subsequently fined $5 for a interment. 1..1.1-- S Job F. Waters. Pl.t. Josenta Ballou will misdemeanor and $25 and 10 days in all Thomas V. Rxuky. Died, at his home on Main street, at Buggy & Implement House. unite In nrnrisce Mr. Thomas McRoberts for carrying a pistol. The case of George 1 o'clocte yesterday morning, Mr. George Daughcrty for hog stealing was continued Myers, agoJ Til years His disease was an and Mlrs Mary Bmlth. I wi'l In a lew days open a till tho next court by the Commonwealth. affection of tbtt heart snd his suffering at the Senate bill Implo-montThe House has passed When the esse of Hiram Wells was called times was terrible. He could not lie down Full Lino of Agricultural Town Council to tell bonds, authoring the appearance, and dird sitting in a chair. A good heart exletlng yesterday he did not put in an A. Wo:d not exceeding $3,000 worth to pay he subsequently showed up and his ed, clever man, he wjs geneially liked and With the reliable Walter head. Alio Ilsrvcstinj hut a Machines at the indebtedness and to provide street lampa. trial wad ret for tomorrow. This will com- respected. A few years aso he joined the Full Lite ol Buggies and Wagons the w Jcixik Lee, of Danville, overruled will plete the Commonwealth's business. The Baptist church and bad since tried to live on ha' In connection with my Imdircharged until for bill and ho juries were motion of Albert Salieo christian. A wife alone survives bim Always plement d. a business, I will also carry a till next September, when U lonely widowhood she has the TrtERlnk closed in a blaze of glory, and in her Complete Stock or Lumber, ttlfd for the murder of Bell - -- tn sympathy of many friend. The funeral which even the rain that fell in torrents MisflBBBBsBsBW HlXiJ at Both rough and dressed. Prices oa everything as Caldwell. extinguish. The house waa well willoccaral the Btptist church today could not case 2oVock Interment In Buffalo Cemetery TLow ns any one. The lury In the Hughea-Carpent- er filled, both with home and visiting ladies till Friday afternoon, were and gentlemen and the general expression Respectfully , after being held I solicit a share of your patronage RELIGIOUS. discharged aa tUey were unable lo agree. was that no more enjoyable occasion had JT. M. BRVCE. U2.lyr ' '!( MHsssaHEri&r ftSKBSStwffr and The Southern Baptist Convention will Nine favored a verdict for Carpenter ever been experienced. The skating closed meet May 7 at Montgomery, Ala. three for MIm Hughe. at 0 and shortly afterwards the merry tj2yjByrrB5CfJWj 4W SBBBSBBBH ' jMA' Elder Stephen Collier will begin a of shirt mak-er- a maskers, who had returned from a change 2f. Sli Plait, the prince meeting at Cherry Grove church U vsi goods of costume, appeared. The scene was a protracted and the bow on Rents' furni.hlng Rjwland next Thursday night, 8th. Weglreaway prises In fine Glassware with erery package of the Crystal Baking Towder sold by us. Tbswelproren bream one aa the dancers tipped grace- at green very pretty Send to us for Seed Irish Potatoes, Onion Sets and all kinds Garden Seeds. w II JrJjp generally, wishes hli memory kept The Rev. Richard D. Harlan, son cf and saddle stallion1836 at We hare a comprehensive line of Plain and Fancy of enmake the fully to excellent musls made by the Stansection and consequently has in this Justice Harlan, of the Supreme Court, was William Hnbble's. Harness, Saddles and also Plow and Wagon Harness, paper for half a ford Orchestra. Somo of the ladles wore - VSM gaged for space In this ordained pastor of the First Presbyterian Manufactured and warranted by the reliable firm of W. R. Carton i. Fon, whose work stands the amusing Illustration of his very handsome costumes. Those who repyear or so. An test every time. Prices satisfactory, always. Come to see us. New York, Thursday evening. WATERS Jb ItAXEY, resented characters were as followr: Misses church, appear elsewhere. Rev. J. M. Bruce will preach at the CLEVELAND AND TALMAGE, girl; Mary Alcorn Juni- Annie Alcorn, peasant Church, Garrard, at 11 A. M. and at A Washington dlipatch says that my own stable. The old Madand Rhoda Portman, two orphans; Matlle Fork Stanford, has Sunday. A And four Jacks atison Jactr, o.d us Rochester, formerly of Emma Saufley represented Lancaster at 3:30 r M. next VandeVeer and Washington attendance of th mstnbjrs at both been practicing law at Seattle, each other in a mot striking manner; Lit- full Black Hawk, Phil Thompson, Joo BlackMERCHANT TAILOU. Territory, with some success. He has been tle Farrls.tambourlna girl; Mary Brown, tho places is reqnested burn and Brlgliam Yonng, Dr. L. II. Biaotoo. chancellor of the recently bound over by the United Stales Duchess; Suwade Bjatley, May flowers; Jack, all at $IO Colts of Prince, the of the 1 hare recelTed and still receiving Richmond, is a work- - to Insure eoltn our way until weaning time. Commlwlonei to await the action Countess of Lorain; Mary Central University at in .. . ..r A Usn retained on all colts lor the season, 10 hands - u In the Daisy Burnslde, J tamfor alleged participation er. inuring mo last ou uayn ne grand Jury iiewrlntlon: .Clereland la a deen bay. Reld, 8pring; Mollle Fife, Aurori; Mis. high; Talmagelst&fcf hands, a beautiful brown late Chinese riots. The ed by subscrip ioa 3100,000 for the W. B. Penny, dignified married.lady. with fancy marks. and improvement of the instituyoster- Pedigree: Call and see the horsea and jses and Hugh gentlemen who took part were: Ttitwi flwRLEY passed sentence Comprising the best in the market, which will be w te-tion, wblcn li now in tho most flourishing see hat they can do. ) .1 LEVI HUBBLE, Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Wono in City or Country. n men convicted at this Porter, pumpkin vine; GroycrCurran, gam condition, th.T will eo In a fow days to bler; Walker McKinney, craty quilt man; rrv,.i Jonei and Sim Small closed their SALE. Ono thoroughbred red Bull, SO Frankfort, hone George Keller, Jr., continental officer; Give ale a Trial. old. Also 9 high grade yearling Steers swell the Rrand army at Chicago meetincs Sunday evening before an FOR Ky. anything to eay except Ztle Charlie Carson, dummy of the Catskllls; attdirncH of 10,000 people A collection W. E. Anaon, etaniord, of them had tr Ed. Walton, flowers that bloom In the Campbell, who admitted he bad a fair wax taken which, addebd to the nm hither, ..... , f Klurv did not know all 8prinp; Mark Hardin, fat boy; Dr. W. B. .. -- . m, uuv HBv-"--"rto agreed upon, will Rive each i f the evan pennT( tije iA BTcamore of the at. Asapn; gelists $U 000 for hi i m ciU. I imrs In tho about the case as ho dlU or tney wou.u to announce to his The editor is George Dunn; Goliath of Gatb; Tom Hill, wicked city wrote have sent him up readers that Norn I). Plume, wno dead. Ir. a Tho advertisements, is lady doctor; Willie Bourne's lunny our pleaiant doty to dude; Master Tcyton, largo monies paid him lor writing this column It aualn becomes broughtonaoltenlngoi the brain and ho died of our Walton, gentleman In full dress; Will .tfnTHATSHinT acknowledge the receipt of and tender too much staartneas. sample of buttei-Mrs- . Bright, muddy shoes and red cravat John Dr. Bourne Is determined, howeTer, to gWo his thanks for a splendid customers the benentof this largo salary in pilcea. Bright, slmnlo John; Bob Hall, barber sent ua five pounds of her Besides selling G.C. Lyon pole; llenry Wilson, undressed kid; Bo wen which is manufacture a few daya ago. Medicina, Fancy Articles, Toilet Goodt, Mw Sam Wilhlte, bore Givens, country gentleman; Spectacles, Instruments, entitled to the blue ribbon. It tie Merchandise, Silver Band; Jim Carson, com Farm Butter" Gold and Jctctlry, Holls, Lamps, Fishing ladle, the brand "Lyondale Dilry monogram, nnd merclal masher; Joe Waters, the piojpec Sponges, Knives, Paper, Blank Books, with the letters O. O. Lt In ; Al. Huffman, the footer Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Slit appearance as live In fee cakea were as faultless ed Paints, Brushes, I'urniA The visiting ladies Mrs. .Ly- from Tooteravllle. they were toothsome and savory. s Drug Store, all of were Mines Lizzie Rice, Grace Mil present Ererythlng kept in a Bhorthorn and A be has on on has a number of which. is new, fresh and superior, will furnish but-,e- r .. lion and Dora Hacker, of Richmond, and v u..?iofnfM. and pounds of derneya and makes about 20 Tooling lady : who deals with him with A number Is alwayB in Ida VanArsJale, nsrrodsburg. ShotMofthSlot. Watch this column for list of per week for rale, which and olhera were . nan-ioresil nt prtco. We would of homo married ladles demand at the. hl.hest dlaoily of tho occawe could got present, adding to the Bourue'i How Diug and Book Store. ' never care for a creamery If PIsA'lT. sion. tho time. such butter all Hall. J2zz&tm T. R. WALTON'S. 'a Ia HS-S- m Abdallah Gloncoo IRISH POTATOES OMIOM -- I -, SETS! SEED IN BULK!! SEED McELKOY, first-clt- ss r. f.i,r B, WATERS & RANE Y Mam GROCERS, Street, - - - Stanford ..m-tnlnli- - wt On Time, -rf j4 r'tAya,' Bridle, SH. C. RUPIalSir, 1 New Goods for Spring1 and Summer,1 m (U'i-lm- .,t S-i- 109-l- BOURNE! heart-brok- Wall Paper, AllMAj cer-Uln- ly Furniture, Ito-zor- s, bride-groom- -- .. - Cases, Caskets, Robes. first-clai- Full and Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as the lowest. lAtUJmiiIE. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. ,vJf S!tu-SBBceUDntenor foarna! X MOUND-BUILDER- S. WANTED A BROILED BEEFSTEAK. TEE SACRIFICIAL AND EFFIGY MOUNDS IN WISCONSIN AND ELSEWHERE. UnU tho Incllnn Mound l'alntod Out Aro Not Oontiluo Aslntlc Origin of tlio People lio Mined Copper in tlio LuUo Superior Iteclou. Iii the realms of nrchreolojry ami undent history tlicro aro many suapoloss things that glvo to tlio mind no clow by which they can bo Identified, but no figure in tbo wholo gamut is mora vaguo than an Indian mound. One- authority speaks ot an Indian mound as a common grave, such as ono meets with In any cemetery. Tho average farmer, driving his city guost over country roads, points with bis w hip into an adjacent Held at a circular hillock, with tho baso liko a charcoal pit and r.slng mora gradually to a point near tho top, Buying: "That's au Indian mound.' As tho ust show his interest in tho subjoct and strains his eyes to catch sight of tho object, tho accommodating farmer keeps pointing out tho mounds overy little way. In truth, half tho mounds pointed out aro not gonuino, or if they aro no ono knows about it, as they have never beeu opened. It is scarcely plau.iblo to assert that tho Indians passed all their time building moumfc If they did, they might havo been in bettor business. A traveler who has riddon, fast and far In company with inventive drivers, and who has had things pilmed ofT on him as Indian mounds that would havo made tho builders turn in thoir graved, had an Interview with an eminent searcher after mounds on tho subject Ho said that bo was convinced, as far as any one could bo convinced, when tangible proofs woro wanting, of tho Asiatic, origin of tho jieoplo who mined their copper on the south shoro of Lako Superior and earlier still on Isle Royalo, and who built what Is known as Aztalan, "There is a great variety of mounds in the state," he said, "but all divisions that have him made yet are not to bo depended on. Tho earliest that were built were the sacrlUclal mound) and tlio nounds ot adoration. Tbo latter wero bull' so that the rising and sotting sun could be seen from them. They were invariably built round. The sacrificial mounds wcro square, as their remains indicate. Tho slzo of the mouudi depended on tbo ease with which tb.9 soil could bo moved. Tbero are also round mounds in which a great many skeletons nre found when they aro opened. 8ACIUFICIAL, EFFIUV AND BURIAL "The sacrificial mounds are not very Monty in this pnrt of tho state, nor, In fact, any part The remains of ono aro located on the cast bank of tho Chippewa river, near Bcof Slough, and another on tho point of land nt the contluenco of tho Red Cedar nnd Chetek rivers, in northern Wisconsin. A path of elllgy mounds has been traced from Chetek lako to Cedar lake, in Barren county. In a swamp west of Chetek late, flooded by water now, is tho old road tho early caravans used to travel. These tracos nro all that remain of th9 raco that worked tho early copper mines on Lako Superior. In Wisconsin by far tho larger prijortlon aro olllgy mounu's, while In Ohio tho animal mounds do not probably number a atid th" largest one of tfiom is entirely separated from tho inclosures. Two bird mounds O'cur In Putnam courjy, Georgia. With theo exceptions tho efllgy mounds belong to one locality and to a people who had not the characteristics of contemporary nations. It Is also provable that tho iwo-pl- o who built tho mounds were not tho same who constructed the buiial mounds. It Is tho remains of tho olllgy mounds that wo want tho state to appropriate money to purhalf-doze- JlOCNDi Sacred Subject to a Texni Hotel-KcepIm1lKiint Cowboys Sllrnccil. At San Antonio storlod San Antonio, whero Davy Crockett foil, and MaJ. Bowie fell, and where crnol Santa Anna made tho Alamo slippery with the best blood of America class'" San Antonio, tho next oldest city In America after St. Augustine at San Antonio, I was going on to say, some of tho cowboys porsuadod a westorn-bouuold gentleman to call for a, broiled beefsteak: And surely it Is an innocent thing to nsk for a broiled beefsteak. For Is not this tho great cattb Ian It It is truo wo havo no mill: hero. It Is llkowiso truo that tho tons and hundreds of tons of oleomargarine which Chicago blandly professes to ship to Xow York is shipped to Texas, and even so far as down hero in Chihuahua, Mexico. But why may a man not ask for a broiled beefsteak In cln&sio and storied San Antonio without having a fight ou his hands. Be 'auss simply becauso tho old man who keeps the cowboy hotel hero, and whero so many of the honost travelers go to find tho cowboy in all his glory, do not bellovo in "burning up n buefstouk, as be calls it. lie is au old man nnd an honest man, ho says, nnd lias kept a hotel for forty years, nnd ho says: "A man that will broil a beefsteak will steal a horse. Fry It; yes, sah, fry It in its native taller Sam Houston fried his stoak; so did Davy Crockett; so did Maj. Bowie, sali." You must understand that tho cowboys, knowing tho old man's peculiarity ou tbls themo, tho sacred subjoct of beefsteak, had many a tinio before takon strangers there with their heads full of pralso for tho broiled beefsteak of this and not very elegant hotel You must also boar in mind that Bob Ingersoll has a tremendous following when he says ho "would hang a man for frying a beefsteak sooner than for murdor." This mvck old man with a whita necktie, whom tho cowboys had persuaded to go to this old hotel to get a broiled beefsteak, was one of Bob k Ingersoll's disciples, so far as frying a was concerned. And his face was a bouquet of smiles as wo all sat down; and bo murmured a Mossing to his plate, nnd then lifted bis head, and, all sweetnesf, askod tho vcnerablo host of the ancient hotel for ono of his famous broiled leef steaks I Put in tho exclamation points bore, for I can do no justly to what followed Tho cowboys rolled to tho floor, and roared as they rollol It was tho battle of tho San Jacinto over again; worso than tbut, it was tho massacro of the Alamo I That old dug up all tho old, iron-cloand rusty oaths to bo found in Texas, and they aro numerous, and lot them fly at tho goo J, gray head of that meek man with the white necktie. Tho cowboys did not dlvo, but disappeared into tho non i'o .t saloon, and left me and tho meek little oU man sitting there under such a hailstorm of hlckory-bur- k oaths as I never heard before, and I bavo bxn around a Wo wero still In Toxas. Joaquin heap. Miller in Chicago Times. 1 an-ciobeof-stoa1 botol-keepx. German pspern call attention to a fact which might proYe of Interest a'aj to Amer lim reanVr. Physicians and druggis'St thy fay, Hre bidly wanted in tho East In diei, aa their number there is exceedingly fcirce, and the tiok are miar. A phynt clan recelte $5 for an ordinary visit and Bin-tis$7 50acd more for a conciliation. chsrtjo $15 to $25 for filling a single tooth with ciuimon piet. Pharmacist cive who ppk thn English language from $75 to $200 as clerk', and if able to opeu up a business of their own can ur-lcount upon mutinit a email fortune in h she rt time, as in the absence of ccrapoltlio'i thero is rarely no limit to charges. As the medical and pharmaceutical colleges of the U. 8. turn out every year several hundred physicians and pharmacists not exactly wanted, it mav not be amis to teprodure this stft'emen, which is well authenticated -- Chicago Tribure. TUB CCMBIKKD STALLION 5OR COUQH8 misJD INDIGESTION To strengthen tho stomach, create an appetite, and remove tho horriblo depression nnd despondency which result from Indigestion, tlicro Is nothing so cffcctlvo as Aycr's Tills. Theso Tills contain no calomel or other poisonous drug, act directly on tho digestive ntul nsslmllatlvo organs, nnd restore health nnd strength to tho cntlro system. T. V. Bonner, Chester, l'a., writes: "I havo used Aycr's Tills for the past 30 years, nnd nm satisfied If It I should not Imve been nllvc had not been for them. They to-da-y, -- sJBarwf7irlT.frJ!rlwfttr theica-onofl8SG- at meo, craLaiati.ESHNr, mm, ttw ieMitf4 t twi i Chx.JF Ult Thla fine combined stallion will make my atable, near Hhelby City, In City and Knob Uck turnpike road, at Lincoln county, on the fcUmlby $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure a Oolt Drrcrlrtionand rcdlgreeecnnd Jewel Is a blood bay, with h'ack mane and tall, IS hamla 3 Inches hlirh, with il no stylo and action, lie la S years old thla tiprlnit, was alrexl uy IiwU Cunnlnnham'a Jewell, baby tho fa mom old Washington Pen mark. First dam Minnie, by Mrto aU'a 2d dam by Wells Crusader; SI dam by a ton of Davy Crockett; Itti dam by avaluablo uld aid. die mare, pedigree unknown. Mr. II. C. I'arvln'a Uld Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, was a premium animal, from a colt tn an euwl mare. Second Jewtimes mi wore the el has beeu ahown twenty-fou- r only twtca. lick tie twenty' two He made ten enowa last aatson at Danville, Klrkavllle, Itichuiond and Lexington ani woro ten blun rlbbona. will h furnlshetl marei at reasonable rates. l'rtlo with man Itirfults the Insurance. retained on all colta until service charge are Men Hal-cotlmra-deleated Cured L. K. Smith, Utlcn, N. Y., writes: "I havoiiicd Ajcr's TUN, for Liter troubles nnd Indigestion, n good many cars, nnd havo nhvays found them prompt nnd ctllclcnt In their action." lllehard NorrI, Lynn, Jfas., writes : "After much nuTcr-InI havo been cured of Dyspepsia nnd Liver troubles g, mo of Dyspepsia when nil other remedies fulled, mul their occasional uso has kept mo hi n healthy condition ever Miico." I . l.tlnj Tiik CoMixct CVmets, Tie two coai n that are approaching the earth are comlnc at n tremendous rate as comets will and promise to be object" of great brilliancy Prof H A. Newtoo, of the Yale Obrva-lory- , thinks they will be brighter about May 1, acd willshow wellin the notthett em oky. The ot e discovered by the Frrncli ill come as the lima observer. Fbrr. has stated, relatively very near - with in a distance ol only 15 000.000 miles, or hut a Mills mire than one half the diVance if the planet Venus It i not yet certain that both comets will hi visible at the game tirrc in the tame quarter ol tho I eavenr, but it is pomible that that unun al ptctacle mav occur- .- Ilsriford Times. A white gorilla is on exbibiiion I wilt ats aland at thiaaai stables the fine Jack t. ' BLACK HAWK! At $ .S to Insure a Td colt money ilu when the colt lafjaled or mro parted with. Illack Hawk la coal black 0 yraraodlhla tfnrlnic, II hnis3 hlh. II ws sired br CaldweD'a toumi HUck Hawk, he by Voir Ipede, he by llolrt son'a Hsiiituon. hobv linn. Mamiuot.'). Ills dam wai by HtlcaU'a Illack Hawk; 2d dam was raised by, 8illes Maxwell and wsa an Imported Jsck 't - n i &T ta tel t ltstt iUnf flHl, fff t' ftwilT 'tn Kit IsttJtnf op thll CrtntAP riwM rwM for Cncba, t OCM M f th ih (Usthtrn nttit prlttttpl tttlt (sMll ir'tnfinl ?!? morniiif tDl Una' iu fm file" RituMtt la crlp fc4 thf.T T irMnM vtlh tk hllBf DliKt- from iitvii ti ffrkmi In fh. A. TAYLOR, AtUoU.Oai tkt rKLSpKBUT CURPUL tt . Phr; m.1 CHUlra TmUU. r4WbX ) iai m rVflU tuntit, rlrirtlMiIatabl friti,) IMf Atk . 'KM By Using Aycr's Tills. They havo ilono mo tuoro Rood than any other incdlclno I havo ever taken." John Bunlett, Troy, Iowa, writes: "Tor nearly ttto jenrs my llfo was rendered miserable by the horrors of Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded mo only temporary relief, nnd I becamo reduced In flosh, nnd very much debilitated. A friend of mine, who had been similarly nillictcd, ndtlcd mo to try Aycr's Tills. I did so, and with tho happiest results. My food soon ceased to distress me, my appetite returned, nud I became as strong nnd well ns ever." lirhM Itoth (or Mle bjr Dr. M. L. HOUHN K, bUnford I07-t- f C T. NAMtMIHiK. Ky. Hhelby City, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Eoputatiou, AND Vermont Hamklstonian. Rjyi 1 Aquarium at Wes'mlnster. er th animal fa tt the Whetb highly-developed Thla fine stallion will make theaeaMn ol ISJtjat hit n ace. I brc miles Irora Hunford on tLe Btantord A Danville pike, at $51 R tn Tnnr it Mara in a true species or a is a question for the crosa-hr- ed naturalUtf. Its height is about 2G inches, and its age prob.b'y three or four jesre Its body and limbs, bjth arm and legs, are almost free from hair, and it has no tail The animal is very gentle and c'afpluc the keeper around the ntck ard kiting him like a child. It drink from tnoibUr and has a most imelliijei t manner. It is housed in a Img, hnd sme csge or chamber wiih an entire St. Louis rpublicsn glass front I want a revival of w .uld gel things honesi'or d" hnnestv '"l I'm down on homeUads withou. bankrupt hws The idet of it man bond- in wi'h h s wife in a fine houe and beinir An Lauahter.1 MjiM-- l Ageot fur her. agint for his wif.l Sisir, whv drn't barr hi namechanctd and mske him tske jout I tell yoi the mm Laughter natm? wholies in Inxury at the'xpense of oh er and owe money to the jw- r, will no to bell sure." Tm B ptwie of Oeorgi sro nj iciurf over their ci mre nf Chief Justice O. A. He Lichnuir fur years an is an actire pro iibiiWii'st, and wjs therefore thrown much In the sxie'v of the Ke J.B Hiwtborne, a B.ptist pulpit sritor local fm'. After the election which in thorough viciorr for the prolib itionita the prescher went with the Jud,e to his home, where wine ciks anJ bot ties were rol'ed out to the teeis ""d empt ed In a few day Judii" Licnrane will be Ham Jones 1 . in Vnnl Ayer's Pills, nti:r.u:i: DE. nv J. AYER to CO., Lowell, For salo by all Dru.ijUts. C. Huj. sy: Ague Cure IS WAKRANTUD to euro Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever. Fever, Dumb Ague. Hlllous Fever, Dengue (or "Hreak-lwne- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd nil dUeuics arising from Malarial polsoni. AYER'S sixteen banda high, by William Wtlch, by Uyalyke'allambletoman; 1st dam Kate by (llirs uam iiwcs owan uy iiim mis veruiont; ablrn, by Imp. Yorkshire; 3d dam Little Emily by Wasner, by Imp. tt'mner; Ith dsm Kmllr 8pd by Imp. Leviathan; 5ibdam br t'stkolst, Cthtlsui by Orandrlvrr, Tth dam br Maryland I'birnUj 8th dam by Hannibal; 9th data by Hllky, by Cow-e- l. (riee Kmlly In Bruee'a ritud llook, Vol. lip'KO rvl Wrmont Hauibletonlan II a vtry with DneatyleauJ boiis,KOud action sired William Welch, with private rrrord olM. Vermont blnjr. a grand son of Ilyslyk's Hamblt-tonlathe urandort aire living, and dill's Vrr. mont combined, Ivscki-- l by tborvujb bieetl, ought to make a due stock horse. I will also stand at the same place a one Jack, Imp Vlctaw, 103 It TllOH. ItOMANOX. 1E8J. Ho la a black, foaled i. & HTZZSto s"" a "IT Iti Proprietor it it 8hn.ll be their n Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointmenti, or Attea tion to Comfort of One it i. deoond to no Coantrr Determined that (a liaaam tnld-aiiin- will he euarajsd tu and from the de free of eharre. Nprtlal arrommotfatl oai to Commsrelal frarslsrs. Th liar will aiwaja sipeiiea wim the rboleesl braids or LUaarsaad Clear. O. & M. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI ft. W Thedlrecltbrtufb line and rroiii 2 I'M. ItKOTIIKICN. VCg-- chase. "How much land would it take l" "About SOJ acres in different parts of the stats. t It Is the square mounds that are the most bignlncaut, as their relative positions show tho way the peoplo traveled." Alluding to the magnltudo of the work done by this strange prop'.e, he said that tho exemntion 0:1 Islo Royale, Lake Superior, showed that thousands of men bad worked there at a time. "Whole cartloads of hammers were found there. In Ontonagon county and at Kewaunee Point, on tho south shoro of tho lake, tho excavation e ttends for fifty miles. The Indians of the present day are a different race, for the work of the copper mine was abandoned soveral hundred years ago. In fact, it Is i.iy theory that tho conquest of Mexico by Cortes and the shutting down of work In the copper mines was nt the same time" Milwaukeo Wisconsin. Tho Tallies Citttlo of riorlilii. some cattlo he. o in Jacksonville, and thought that, aside from their leanness, and diminutive size, tbero wa something else peculiar about them, nnd studio 1 for gome time, unt.I I suddenly discovered tlnro wero sotnp of them minus tulls; othiis lioked as though they had about half of that useful appendage cut off. In a country whero (lies and tnusultoei nro to plentiful as they must bo here, I should think it no lets than downright cruelty fcr jeoplo to treat tbo jioor creatures in this shameless manner." My lemar.s were grteted with a roar of laughter. "Dies your heart, my young friend, the jiooplo don't do that: It's the alligators " "Alligators:" said I, astonished. 'How "I noticed the other day can that bo' "Oh, thoy grub th m when tlw aro feeding in th water. You sea thoy civop up so quietly that th cattlo do not notice their approach, and the first thhi tho animal is aware of Is a Jor.t hi tho rear. He tries to ret away, hut it is of no mo; the bardsr ho pulLs the tighter tin alligator holds on, until tho nppsndago gives way, and the conqueror su lint off happy. "The Present. Wrote of Wrbolur, tp) of Daniel Weltor and tho usuul er MtU which Dhiuuli writes of Americans: "I dined with Lyn ihurt to meot Wsdjst.r, who is, I bel.ovo, cimsidsro 1 a very radni 1 and tjiiritual led to mo a completo Yankee, but Brother Jonathan -- n luniarkablo twang, as and all tint; he aUo goes to tho lovee. A fins biow lo.ty, broad and oyus und n swai thy boetloJ dep-s- t Hb is said, wh n warmed, to be Stmngford was their great st .orator. theiv, ery airy and hpnitllng; all t.ie test Americans and principally relative. A good story, nnd true. Brout,bam linked Webster verbally to dine with him, and a card fnt hlin Webster noxt dav, headed 'To reimmediately unsworod by mind.' another card, headed Tc acknowledge," .Very American, don't you thlukr Exchange, Willi! DMmell Her is a gill Uani.iL'B Done by I'nrclgu llallw urn. French railways annually kill on pncso.i-ge- r in every 2,000,000 can lo I; KnglUh railways one itrovory 21,500,(01. Irench railways annually wound ono passenger in every .W),u0 carried; English, ono In Belgian, ono in 1,0.0,000 and Pruslui, ono in 1,0JJ,0J0. Exchange 750,-000; Speech. WonU Uited in lUery-Du- y Ordinary overy-daEnglish speech employs only about 1,200 words, according to ft steiiographor who . his mado n cartful oxamiuation ot tho matter. y Tho Manufacturing of bunllng-lVnThe basts of nil tbo different varieties of seallng-waa technical journal states, is t hellac and Venice turpentine Fino red filliug-wa- x is maJo as follows. Melt cautiously four ounces of very palo shellac in a bright copper pan over a clean charcoal tiro at tbo lowest temperature of beat that will bo necessary to inult it Whan the shellac is nulted stir int It one and onequarter ounces of warmed Venlco turpontlne, and then three ounces of The heat should bo so maintaine I as to bo iu-- t sufficient to iwrmlt of the thorough incorporation of t. o constituent. Whon this latter has beeu effected to tluld iruvs Is discharged into metallic moulds and allowed to cooL To produco tho beautiful polished surface of sealing-waof commorco tha stfcks aro removed from tin moulds In which thoy aro east and placed in other moulds of polished etoel, which may bo engraved with tho name or brand of tho maker, and with any desired ornamentation. Tbo steel moulds aro heated Just enough to melt tho surface ana tno sticks thus ac ot tno soai!ng-wax- , quire, wbeu cooled, a beautiful glossy sur- iuimeii-eJface. Different colors aro obtained by the Makers of brooms report in extra irdtoa incorporation of suitable colors instead of tho vermilion as above. To perfume teat ry scarcity of broom corn, which now x add to tho iuzredicnfcs, when some- bxinuK an extremely hitch pric in the what soft, and thoroughly Incorporate with wholesale market and ther prtdict that the thorn, I per cent, of liquid storax or balsam of Peru, but n littlo musi ossen o or amber- price of broome will soon be doubled. gris will auswer tho samo purpose. Boston Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Transcript The bcit 81t In tho world iorCutv Brule The Coolness of an Old Colonel. Sores. Salt Bheum, Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped "Tho cootoit man I over knaw was old Hindi, Chilblains, Cora, and alttjkin Hraptloni, Victor de St Hilalre, tho colonel of an and poiltlTely eur' pllc1' orDO Pa' T&1 uIre1, l' infantry reglmsnt that saw soma service In la guaranteed to give perfect aatiifjctlon, or money Algeria," sold CoL Henry Dubois one of a refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. For tale by party of French oaic'ra. "Now It happoned Penny A McAUiter. that in CoL St Hilalre'g rcgimont there was Wonderful Cures. n peppery young who was ns hot as the colouol was cooL With him was V. D. HoytA Co., wholesale and retail Druj-gisalways (as you English say) 'a word and a ot Home, U., aay: "We haTO been aelllog blow, and tho blow first ' Ho had fought Dr. Klng'a New Dlacovery, Electric Blttera and so many duols that tbo soldiers umx! to call Ducklen'a Arnica Salve for two jean. Havo ntv-e- r htm 'Sudden Death,' and to say that the handled gooJs that sell at well, or giro inch best way to end tho war would be for him unlteraal aatlifactlon. There hare been aorue to challenge tho enemy's wholo army, man wonderlul cures effected by these medicine In thli by man. city. Several Mia ef pronounced Consumptl n "Well, ono day this lloutenant had com- hare h en enllrely cured by ths uteol a tew botmittal some fault, for which tlio colonel tles of Ur. Klrg's Kew DUcottry, taken In connfc-Ho- n gave him such a scolding that tho young with Electric Blttera. We guarantee them fellow's hot blood couldn't bear tt any nlwaji. Hold by Fenny A UjcAUater. (1) lougor. Quick as lightning ho whip; ol out n pistol ind flrod right at St Hilalre s face, An Enterprising, Reliable House. to closd that tbo muzzle altnott touched Prnny A Mo.llit-- r cm alwiys bs rellel upon htm. i3ut tho pistol mlsod lire and the not only tocirry in stiok tho but of every thlw colonel raid, qulto coolly, 'Korty-oigh- t tosecure the Agsncy foraucb aillclct at have hours' nrrcst for not keeping your arms in but n merit, and aro popular with the peopropsr order.'" "And was that ull the ple, therohy auitainimj tbo reputation of belnj ah nontenant goti" asked a dozen voices at -wj a enterprising and ever rtllaU. JIvIns once, in undligulsod uiuiuinsnU That cursd the Agency fur tUe ceuoralea ur. ting was all: and I can tell you tlutJio thought Consumption, will aell It on a It was qulto onuugh Hal general, good New Dlacovory for guarantee It will surely cure any and I was just tailing thesj gentle- rosltlvo o veiling. Lungs and Clint, men how you onca put ma under arrest for evt-r- affection ol tho Turoat, anJ tonhowourconadonce, welnvlti youtocall not hiving my pistols In working order." (I) end get a Trial llotlle Free. Harper's Magazine Positive Cure for Piles. Tim l'etrlllftl IStuly of a Wouiuii. rotbepeoploei thla county we would aay that In a largo box, just from Colorado, lies wo havo been given tho Agiac7 of Dr. Marchlil'a tho hardened body of a young in linn woguaranteed man almost 'perfectly ureerved, with long Italian Pile to cure or money refunde- d- nterual, External, black hair and eyebrows. In Knyly-'wadePrice tOc a box. mojcaslus nnd hoggins ot sort s.da Tho Bllntl Bleeding or Itching Piles. Druggltta. mummy belongs to II. II. Tammon, of Den- For sale by Penny A.MoAllstr, , ver, und was tound on Fob. 21, in a IVAaf Can Be Done ? cave on tha old Uto Indian roservation. By trying again and keeping up cuurajo many Mr. Tauuueu is u dealer In Indluu curiosieeemlngly impostlbla may o auaineu ties, ami while prospecting in southern Colo-rni- tblnns iliindrftliof homleM casts ol Eltlncy and Liver came upon this cave, twenty feet deep cured by Electric Blttera, and entered by n narrow aperture. Tho C mplalnthave lin hail In vain. Co leu body of tbo woman, whose clothing Indi- after everything elanno cure fjr tried but try Elec you, cated high rank umoug tho Indians, was ly- lou't thlnK thero la ing nt ono en I on somo rough roeds and tric It tiera. TboMla i'o meillolneao aire, to pure wrapped iu n buffalo blanket Tho ground hiiJ so perfect.! Blond Puilfler, Eleotrlc Blttera wus damp, an I tho under sldo of the limbs will cure Iyiiptia, Diabetes rnl all Diseases of the Kltlneya. Invaluable In affections of Stomach nu.l trunk had decayed, but all upper nn J museloj had j.urdood into stone. aa Llvn ,andoveicomiall Urinary Plfflcultln. The nosa had t.'sappcared, but tho otbor Urgo Bottlei onlr S' ecnu a bottla tt Penny A features were nst natural us In life. Now MeAllater. Yor Trlbuuu, THE KEV (EO II. THAVEB, of Bourbon, Iod.'aya: 'Uoth mvaelf n.l wlfu owe our Uvea A I'riuml lu Tlino of Nurd. toSHILOB'J CONSUMP1ION COHE. For aale "Charles, 1 hear yoa nro going to liiarrj at &f. L. Bourns'a. Mls Softly. Charming woman! Let uia ABE YOU MADE lalmrablfl by lodlgHtlin. co;igrutulato you on your good taste." Dlzineaa, Lowot Appetl". Vellow "Ah, yes, but tho fact Is, I havo broken Cooallratlon, la a poiltlvo cuie. For off tho mutch nnd I'm nit going to marry Skin? fcblloh'i VltalU'r aale at M. L. Pourne'. any one." WHY VILL YOUeeuab when Sblloh's Cure ' Theii mo congratulate you en your will itlve immediate reller? Price 10c, 80c nndjl. good sum" Philadelphia CalL x ing-wats sOintmeut-oinphatlcolly d lS-1o ttm-tlo- SSSta f X r. olj established route "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS,. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. Gilt Edge &Silver King I I FDWjY ITAltPFJi." Man Dr. J C. rncpAitcb my Aycr & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. ii7 irsim irom tiniinnatl fired by HubbU's Denmark, known as On Time. I'ibu Louis. Klrstdam MJllle Mountft by Cabbls'a Lexington, 2d dam by Youns Amsrlea, be by Tayioi'a Mrs Only tO hour from Louisville and Cincinnati Di(r; 31 dam by Miller's Denmark, which (Ives him a JiuM cross Ms Utl wMM itvck in llu mrU: Ith dam by Jim lit-- 1, oreof tho lxt cm borsrs ol Tho Only Lino by whioh you can his day; Sib dam a noteI Sllle uare brought got n Through Slooping Car fiom UilnU. iwlhtrce unkuntvu They will make the awti of ISS4 at J V Ksr-rl'rotu Clnclostl to fit. Lcmls. one mile from mm lor. I en the Uustonvlll pike, (lilt IKe Is dark brown, IS birls tiljh, I years old this spring and will stand at Ua 'neonly Jlnsrunnlt Ihroujh from LoulsvlllJ aud Cincinnati. Luls. all other routes UIdJ madoupofacomblnalloa $10 lo Insure a Mi lug Coll. if small roads. -- lonisvillo & Cincinnati to Bt. Lonii unit an pointi m tne Wctt. To(? la!ly Trains from Loulsvlllet (0 I.oula ""w H TllQ O & Silver King will Ix dialled to 13 taarr, at the same rale, lie Is 3 years old tbls fprlnjt, Is a bMUtlful bay, li bands a Inches high Will also stand at same ptaee a floe Jack, Tm? 0h,' Kallw.r rao, p,itll Bleplni ". "'"'"'rPl trains; .uiurlant tars ou nlcht l'r lot Uisonday trains; Klrvtsnl lay Ooaeh- ea on all tralus. Be Warned ' ' 'pretentnj liitfinr Ki'liif ilf-- t by purifying, renewing, anl invigoratin; the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparllla. When, through debility, tho action of the kidneys is perverted, these organs rob the blood of Its needed constituent, albumen, which Is passed off lu the urine, while worn out matter, which they houl J carry off from tho blood, Is allowed to remain. By the use of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys arc restored to proper action, nnd Albuminuria, or STEVJE WALKER. At 8S to Insure colt, moner due at wmdIdj iltua He ;s biown Jsck w I lb whito points. 3 years oil In Juno, 13 hands bleb. H was sired by Alkln's Klnz w'llllam and he by King I'hllllp; his first itsiu a blsia vitln j. tint s'i.. alml rr Mi I i lip and ho by Kin l'ullltp; his second data b y More Castle The More Cssilejick ha 110-- tf J. ;. ,Xj J. tt. F.IUUIH. ! Isrsgr. made In UNION by thetl. A M. Hallway, thus ivc-IJIn-g troblneiut trans- era by other routes. The Ohio A Mississippi Hallway Is the only line between LoulsHII. anclnnalt and bt. Uuia under one macaimet, rnnl all trains through solid jnl lu iMUaniuvmeits Il "nrlw.T'lt eonnectlons sre with Hrtttle( lines recognliM Flrst-Cla- ss twcn tbo. Utlfs. lloi.u, b. Danville Wilkes Will make the season of 1835 at my Livery BuIiIh In btanford, Ky., and will l pertaltt"! to srv a llmludouutb -- otuiJ e at Apply to ticket Agents of ronnecttnf lines for inPSrltllliI,.M, ,0 r!U'- - l,me- - ml'a. clrcuUrt or any Information, or write lo oaert. W.M.I'EAHOOV. W.JI.SIIATrUC. 1 rea. and Oeu'l Jlan'gr, (Jen. I'ss. Cincinnati, O. E 0 HOIlV H. KOIIMAN, M li'r- Ky. At, OY 915 the Hcuhoii, Bright's Disease Is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparllla aUo prevents inflammation of the kidneys, and other disorders of theso organs. Mrs. Jas. . "Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Thin, have had a complicaMass., writes: tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla made tno feel like a new person; ns well nnd strong at ever." W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer bt., Boston, Miits., had been troubled for ears agyjsy. Mf "I with Kidney Complaint. Ily tho tne ot Aycr's Siroparlllrt, he not only Prevented the tlWeiiiy from nMUinlii'.; a fatal form, but was restored to perfect lionlth. John MoLollmi, cor. Bridge nnd Third sts., I.owoll, Maw., writes : "For revoral years I suffered from Dyspepsia nnd Kidney Complaint, the lattir being to fevcre nt times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My nppctlto ttns poor, und I was inllch emaciated; but bv mllig Due uhen srvlca are rtn- ICuiKo Kant ilorpd. HUH to Insure a innro In fosl, ilus whsn tan Met Is ascertaiued. or ro SMS tolnsu-o- a tlvlngcolt, dui when the colt la oiled. Danville wllkei is a beautiful mahogany bay, standing lr hands ntgn ol vret trotting ac- and ... w. ',ii.iir'. ... i.'..'-- . ..- Now York. tl'JU nut! n 27 with llttln handling at A years, and has a'r ady dlstlMtulshod lilmelf as a breeder He Is a coun The only line running horse In overy Urpart of Alcyone, but a t and bis gait and blood lines tso similar nud Wilkes Is tho ssm remove from the cro.it Uto AUO that rhllTnuiup-o- i ta Ills first and ooly7yrar IscUIIIh Vagfti, nsa id o'd that has lioon handled In honor of on of th fairest and brightest Jswo's nf Indiana, slid Is a woillir ism sake ol royal FBOM bi'xvl s ho hsi stioweil a cult rlo- - m 2 I ', le ng haudlid by aru'ortd brv Llku hsr slr, sb has a Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexinrton. Ky to Washington City, level bead and a goo I gait Wilkes, Jr ; Danville tVllkea Is hy Lylo's Or Connecting in the Mine doj ot with dam 01 Danvllln Wilkes by flkfladJIo; eketlaJd'e Pant liv Olivet, I I dimoMkHdaddleby Meln; Vdd xn for Now York. Trumtxter; 3d dam Aratus; lib daw Imp. hpread The Direct Itoute to L'aglr, Sthtlsm Wild Heir, Gib 1 clips nl cn Lynchburg. Panvlllo, Norfolk and all Virginia il 11 trsce him lurtnor Into tlw thornughbretl fan and North Carolina I'oluta. I'ora, the dam llr If iccris'T. Moadloy by Waxy, ol Dinvilln dsm dlic Kor tickets and further Information, apply Wilkes, (In! daui axy. tko your ucarest ticket otflce or address Xf, W.Mon-lo ton' old Tb graph. :i I dam Kraik slrcof MMley bv llertbu ni 1st aiu by Sioay roe, Ocneral Agent, lslngton, Ky, Petrel.vMdnniToiu II si. OrsM furnlslnt ' t! "t mnilh Due cnio w.o.wiciciia.ii-- , w. riiM.r.K. 2d Vies l'lesldent, takiD toproveiitMciht-- ' is hut will not bresOn-albl- d Oeu'l I'nAa'r Ag'i u r. should an? Ulchaond, Virginia Kcutuclcj'H "" Washington, Philadolphta larr imuu.v Nnv sm:i:iix(i cauji A SOLID TRAIN Trains ii. 110 il A- - T. MUXVtir.r.KV, itmf rd. 1NSO 1HHO. r!TO AYEE'S WqWhy rs ar apansia my nppetile and dlgestluii Improved, and my health has been perfectly restond." Sold by all Druggists. Tbealreoftr Iters, rovls'ers and more fine y and thun any othr ntilllnu first class K'Sicrii h In Kentucky will mske tha srasna of I8)D four ml ltd wrstof Stanlonl, directly on the Kuub Lick plko, and will, on account of tho depression over tverylblng, be periut ted ti srv9 marei at the (xtremt-llow price ot &!!& TIIIIOUGII Insure. Louisville L.&N. & Nashville R. R, - TUB nnKAT- TRUNK LINK TO THK lrlco$l; Treparcd by Dr. Six bottles, J. C. Aver Si Co., Lowell. . $1. Iliu Season or $20 to SOUTH & WEST -- rviTtl Mass., U. S. A. PIANOS AND ORGANS. It. A L J Ceitcarn Aninu tur the Mr rs John Church A Co, PltniMAii I'uhih, ..lrli em. brace ha following humi kilcIi lit lmirumauti; Kuabe A Co , llttMlon Hroi , U"lcr Jt sn and Everett I'iaocx, Alto ''I'nin A VVjrrea and ttm JohnCburchA Co OrM'H. Tueai lnitruiaeam are uiott exeerit Ip four if great dmabliliy ami weiUfy eo npvtliiou. All ut tay;u am warranted for five yran. Kt.trancc K A Penny, E M. CrNnter, J II. I'Miip. ,1 M Moornand Jainia Bailey, Mjui r Mis. injni" Huliups Crab O roll i ri: Ueu. tV J .juilrau mid Mis l.la-il- u iliifliuan, Kr H ,r , XjSIK V BUJS'JfMAfii, D33NTI-BTANFOI- tD. lt IHTI. look l tliedite n Mnr abl 'tlf uian anything." . . KY. For aale by M. L. Bourre. OSoo Booth aldo JJaln Otraat, tvo Jwit. UHILOU'3 CATAnilH BEMEDY- -a pltlve the Myera Hotel; j ohm for CaUrrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth, Fnrstiltroui Oxld tiai altolattirW quired. i. tx.uri'. 8TJIIGBON butter dlanoslilon, and these qualiilia MoiitKuuiory, he Invariably Imparls to his progeny Nimby la and sold J. 11 He Hock, the she ol of Nohtiy,Jr , reconl for H.OvO, when huroleil very little On of hla Notv OrlcuiiH. itlobllo toltr trotted laat season, with little ttiiltiluj;. In 2Sfi. another In 2 3. and onnn23l and was sold Ilia sucklings woro thu tins at the torti,303 Only one chatige to points In Huatonvllloand lUnvlllo Fairs uvtr rlngaof twen d culls. Nobby wiisalrn' by ty and twenty-fou- r Chlt-tne aire of Hasll Hike. 2 28Jii Mam. brlno Hippy, 23a;,, Hid trot.t. 233; dill Arp, I iiiel. alrt si 2 31; OarrsrlCnlfi by Marabrinn Lady Thorn. 2 1cJ,i tVootlford Mfliuh Ino, 2 'iV, In the 2 JO list, l'lrst dmu tiy I'rauk; and others 2d dam by Aratus; Ha dam bv Ityadyk's ilamblc-tonlalib dam by Dlomede. Nobby's dam n clocking homea on tho line of thla road will receive thoroughbred mare, said tu he l Imp Trauhy special rates. Parting with mares shall f.irftlt the Insurinee ou all colts until luallcaseiauda lien retained Kor further ntormiilon, rSeo Agents of thin Company lor rates, routes i charge service (!, Ac1, or write ettl ion trad dreas CttlHI , C. P. ATMORE, sir W, At McArKh,: euuUiii, y. Manh, KM Loutovtih', OruM furnUhed at Zl per month Hue care taken but will n t bo to pievrnt arcMe'ils or escaj-ui- , l slmuld any occur. Nobby N s I t black Darcrlntli'ii aud twu whim Iret, IC atr in 1forebinl andfine mane and tall liati Ishltfh, good. iKiny hands Inch high, . excellent shoulder, log, besuulul hosd and Uct, faultless lu iKinmeirj; and liiirltni.il lulu-- In will guirauiee tliHreuoesu't lire h stallion Pullman Palace Sleepers. l.lllihllllu Atliiula, IO '!INIirlll, illClllllIllH' lwi and Hsr-rar- f Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS n; I. nni'i -