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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886040901 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. Semt WukU VOL. XIV. Btm-W&ttWLy litefto 1886. (W mtfn NO. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, Inleriorlournal IU. GEO. O. BARNES. 'Fraiao the Lord. Qotl is Love and ing Else." Noth- I'nbtlulteit TiichiIiiuh ntttl Frltlau -- AT CALCirrrA, India, Feb. 15, 1880. understood If we credit that $1.50 will bo ex(Addrets Auckland, New Zialand, care "Men might come ami men might go pected and doinsnJed. But It went on forercr. of Postmaster ) Dkaii iNTcniou. This ia the city of Tho din of trade, the amazing stocks nf W. P. WALTON. Asia. There ia none like it iu the Orient. goods; the little dens where such wealth I can not wrilo tho crowd of ''moving mem. was stowed away; the importunate Bnga orles" that have come trooping back as I lee, taking no denial till you buy somethlnc; The Kentucky Congressmen It In rcporlnl here that iho Kentucky once more have traveled the familiar spots the wondrous birg&lna one pick uj ; the branh li full o( patriots with Conjcreiiiloniil in this revisitation of tho scene of my first mercileta fleecing of a "grten" customer; Mplratlon. Gentlemen from that land landing In India in 1855 Tho longer I and tho crowd of buyers simply packlmr nar that the will lis hot old tlmea in tbo slay, the more vividly things return to tho street from end to end, all brought hack First, Second, Ninth, Tenth nuil E'eventh memory. At first, nnny things looked so viyidly what had astonished me 30 years district. Mr. Stone' in of oihImIoh linn strange, and I siimly thought I had not befure. It is difficult to realizs that for been hi failure to eel ny of the While seen them before. Hut one after another that 30 and twice that 30 before, the same the dormant associations revived, and then, identical transactions havo ben ceaselessly Hotioe persimmon for the hungry demo' Old Clrina Biztr" is one of the crat of tic (sibralier district. Thia de they were as old friends restored; not new going on. "features" of Calcutta. I doubt if Its peer plorable ln la not due to any inactirity or ones made. We reached the Ctpltal in 18 hours from ai a general mart, exists on the planet. Yet zeal on the put of Mr Stone, but ntherto in hacdllrt: the pole Rtntres. The Indian railway carriage is it is a tortuous, narrow street, with scant his Inexperience which knock Iho Koldeo frtitt. I'olk Lif $uignen. Tho "3 J clnsi." I have already room for two carriages to ptes, and no whatever, to a decent looking re the friend of hd occasion to describe. A car, with six fooo'tf greatest enetnio charge that while Jim, pens, divided by coarse, upright wires or house from one end to the other. Biit the Jim Clay. They a member of the lwt Consreia, was here small iron rods rather -- .lth ten in each wealth of a kingdom is rqnetzed Into the doing all manner of Rood thing for hie pew. Hard, uncomfortable, hut so very narrow compass of this single dirty street. The "Bengalee" Ita natlvo like no other conatltueot, I'olk wai running over the cheap! Fancy riding on a railway for and tearing down the about of a cent a mile or a mere fraction in India. He goes bare beaded, in the first Second district From Stanford lo Louisville for place, with hair tolerably close cut, but fencee which Clay had built for the protec- over. pop- 75 cents. That is 3J class travel in India black as jet and glistening with oil. He is tion of hie interwt. CUy wa quite ular in Washington and great interest l The "nd class is mora thin douhlo tha', and strikingly handsome in face and symmetrical iu shape. In no country in the world thelitis double the 21. felt In hie welfare The better cir (1st and 21) are substan will you find men so uniformly comely in Each of the fourteen cmnllet la the Ninth district, It I mM, h not le than tially of the same build upholstering person and countenance. Ills color the prevailing one Is a soft "bright mulatto," one democrat who is nearly craty to mo- making the difference as in Eagland. Out the arrangement of the inside is as we would charactorlzi it in Americi; a of Mtson lie is a man oed WaJrorh, when so many are of influence, an I would he of ureal value unique in both, and something which, as It moet pleasing shade Is peculiarly adapted to this hot climate, black and so many have muddy complex-- if HMno had been electto hi people -- If ions. The Bengnlee is the prince of clerks ed. A It Is, the 1,000 democriln of the one will find n whew eUe but In India industrious, obedient and remarkably in Ninth are crvlnc In the wlldernets for a Mo- The compartments of a ctrrlage are only The wheels of Covert mmt compartment has telligent. Etch oes who cn lead them to a land of milk and two la number. three selteet, running "fire and aft" two would simply refuse to turn without him. honey. He thirsts for knowledgo. His industrv in The 15 000 dent KjraM In the Troth, like ajsinst the wind w wall, and one In the acquiring it is unflagging. Where compe are nlcaly cushioned and the 15,000 deraocii,e In the First, are centre. The is possible, tho Benguloe ''goes in to weary of appealing for office and getting about 7 feet long. The compartment l tition win," against all comers. Some of the about 10 long by 7 wide. a Taiilbee It perhaps nothing f'.r their pair The doori op to Inward an excellent er fin tut lawyers in India; some of the most Ure flih In the miuntalm; but In rangemsnt In every way. They ere at elcquont speakers, in this or any other c llrct!on of whales, Pre, is a m country, aie Bengalees. Ooe of them, who He ha erni enoujh; that don'l each side, as in Eagland. Two swinging shelves for the llh and 5th stood for Parliament, but was beaten at the in this Tlolnlty expericount for much election In Eagland, ia as graceful and ence ; a knowledge of knowing In to ct'ch sleepers, Ingeniously hung and very easily list polished an orator, perhaps, as ooe can find Ingrell-en- t manipulated, when wanted, are suspended on and to hang to it Is the missing above the side selteet A wash room 7x3, anywhere. in Tatilbec'j composition. rCOSTIHttED NEXT 13S0E ") Wul'orl is the thinnest epol In with unlimited water, and roomy racks Frank going into the bath He ha a hob above the central doors the Kentucky delegation The fact is that the boycott is foreign to by; It I on the subject of pnslon, aoJ room and tteoinl cimptrlmtnt respectively American principles. It strikes at the complete the furniture. when he geU to ttoing there Is a scattering foundations of personal liberty. It brings No Five can sleep tnott comfortably. in the Houe HI bill providing for artiin a system of tyranny which, if it were is comparison la point of luxury and abunficial limtH for maluiod Confederate undertaken In the name of organized cap! looked UKn km the garrulous f tncy of an dant spaoe between our stuffy eleeplug cars Hi, would go far to provoke revolution. It with 20 or 30 people in various stages of old man. He Is harmless and but rery introduces a species of dictation against little attention Is paid to hi statesman- somnolence (Including the inevitable snor which every instinct of independence and like efforts. The eleven counties which er, whore trumpet is ever sounding the fair play revolts. Avowedly anil ostentathe General represent hare nothing to charge and keeping the rest awake) and tiously It strikes at the unoffending in orshow fur their tal In thectuse of reform. this greatly better though psrhaps not to der that it may bring the ofTsnding to The republican ratctls holding office In eoonomlcal arrangement, for the company. lUUif, Uu it uuca uul suiupie lo paralyze Kentucky hare taken a walk, but Wolford Happily the railways here belong to the the prospetlty of entire communitiei to setfaded to seoura one of the muitlee which Government, aod there are no fortunea to tle the quarrel or satisfy the spilo of one be made in the stock; so passengers get all they le't behind man. We do not believe that even great In the matter ol securing soft placei for the comfort nf it emergencies would justify the use of the At Calcutta wo found our gooJ brother friend McC'reary, Willis and Kibrrtson boycott before the common tense of the whom we had known at Lucknow who understand how M done. Cooke are the men American people. Still. less can bs justi waitIt' a cold day "hen these anglers don't catch and who has recently moved to C Bed when it Is used right and left on trivial onfioe their at- ing for us This dear brother, moved by occasions and for petty reasons and multifish. Carlisle and tention to the office in their districts, but the LOVE of the LORD, had faken the plied to such an extent that those even the gentlemen first named teach out in be- troub'e to engtge excellent and cheap who are disposed to execute it find it diffhalf of other worlds. O the Senators, I!c:k lodgings for us, and met us at the train at icult or impossible to remember its applilathe IJtrkis, always wllllr.' to help a the early I oar of 0, to show us to them cations. Boston Journal, friend; but then he don't worry himself fir The LOUD reward him for his kindness. Ncely Sexton, a blooming girl of 20, was fear of hurting tho feelnj of some one He ia the chief figure, as "faithful helper," meeting. He got us a jailed at Franklin for carrying a pistol. in the Cilcutta who can aid him in hit future aspiration The girl had been living with Mrs. Diwson Jo Iilackburn and Cleveland don't work In chapel, by moving upon the pastor with all and In a quarrel with the old lady drew a double harnew, so he Is without Intluence hit personal influence, and bestirred him generally, that pistol on l.er, and the latter caustd her ar self and everybody else, at that placo where inlluenca counts. Uro J. E. rest. Bsverley B yd, a ton of tho old lady, we might have a flr bearing. Wash. Cor. Louisville Commerclil. Cooke Is n man I wnnt all my friends to employed counsel to defend the girl and little girl of nine vow know as a dear, faithful friend of the Tuesday the Indictment was dismissed on A hrlht-cye- d g.t on bord a Katia4 Pacific train, bitir.d "Troupe " demurrer and young Boyd, procured a lifur Duve', She had never before been beHourah acroos the river from Calcutta cense and married the accused on the spot. Is the terminus of the railway and per-hayond iho limits of her Eistern home, and The next day he was arrested and sent to will elways rem tin such. The cost of jail for 50 days for whipping his mother, manIfstHl uniuual interest in all ehe taw, The wnle plains and the prairie dog inter a r til ay bridge to span this trcicherou South Kentuckian. but she wa most anxious to see Hoogly, would he something too appalling csted Hero ia a warning that dead beats should a gcnin specimen if that purely Went to contemplate -- convenient at it would be. ponder over: ''A newspaper in Illinois wos Freight and passengers cros over on a ern pnduct a cowboy. Tlo train hen the bridge half Uoitlng, half ptrmaneal, of pe- recently brought suit against 43 men who walling nt a station In KtntM would not pay their sub.criptlou, and oblouged for cowbay appeared. He was a culiar cont'ruction, but the only one practained judgment in each case for the full typical specimen wld t eombfero, leather ticable for the Hoogly. amount of the claim, 0 these 28 made As is well known, this imperial city is breeches, red flvnnel ahlrt, a belt Qlled with and u Hoogly ia affidavit that they owned no more property 100 miles from the rei and the koives Hid pistols, than the law allowed them thus preventing character generally. one of the many mouths of the mighty tween such fellers as you an' me, jedge, he 'There in a cowboy for you," whispered Ganges which indocd has aiklta ns broad do dwindle terrible surprltin' he does, for to the little girl. or broader than tho Mississippi. I think a gentlemen a fact." TArkaneaw Traveler. "Wiml I thai?" elm asked in unfeigned thn Hoogly, from ita )n, depth and proWe will support any good man for Govsurprl-- e Hnd evident disappointment "Why. digious discharge of water, must be the cowboy was pirt boy reil river, and ought to betr tho name of ernor of Kentucky who will take a solemn I alwKjs thought the rtream nbove. But it doesn't, and a oath not lo remit a eingle fine asatstei by and prt cow." omptratlvely insignificant mouth far east any judge or jury in a criminal action no If Alonw I))U(la, arlpo scholar, an excellent ward, bears the august title of Ganet that we can not get such a governor we favor the cimpllahed muilclan and ai abolishment of the courts, In order to eaye painter, died last week in Louisville, ngod in no wine belongs to It. Too river here could tloat the navies of the judged' talirlet and the payment of juone. For noarly half a century sevenlv rors. There must be some reform to put and until lew thau a year ago, he was a tie world upon I'a mighty tide. 1 louud money I was nmnzd al one thing. iuto the State treasury. Osen At the age of eevenlj alave to opium. of sailing ships News yeara he was ahlo to conquer the almost doub a rehle the number In tho Smithsonian Institute at Wash-lugto- u insatiable appetite, and lived the remain-In- g lying in the river, that were there in the is the small linnet of nold, u little of his life unaided by the palmy days of "American Clippers," 30 ehort interval ' had eolaced him for so many yirrt ago. Isearly all now fly the Union larger than a pea,thai drst met the eyes of drug which year. For many years hie customary ai. J.icU." "Britannia rules the waves." Icon John Marshall in the awinill raceway at attoniehed nt this display of cm Sicrtimento, and was the beginning of those lowanco was threo or four ounces of gum fees I was bo hra been kton t rva-- I lLought steam bad so far superadd discoveries in California that huvo added opium a day, and drink at much at n gallon of paregoric it Biila that I should miss tho forest of masts nearly $1,500,000 000 iu gold to the world's On tho contrary for a mile uud a half they stock of the precious metals. twenty four hourH line the wharves, threo to tlvo deep, and Cipt. Siuiih Cook, the tallest native born Frank Carpenter, who was a lieutenant tho traoory of the innumerable ropes, the in tho E Rhth Vermont Regjuient, cher ah blocks and tarkle, tho tapering, graceful, American in the United States, afiertpend ea carefully the cople of the Hichmond stately masts, tho yards, biautlfully trim- Ing several days with his mother, near BiowYer of 18(M. lie was tht n a pritoi o med and the flying pennants, ell bright in Bisdad, left Friday for New York, where in Llbby Prison, and was a subscriber to sharp relief against a mellow evening sky, ho Is now engaged with Btrnum's show, the Enquirer, pwlng J21 for a three month'. constitutes a cLht one never wearies of lie Is eaid to be 7 feet 8 inches high. Ho subcriptlon He paid $0 for the inrcrtlon looking at. It la n "thing "' beauty and a was born in Shelby county, nnd i? 27 years nf a perponal, which wan copltd In New oh). lu "'" l1, -Yon., v ' 8'J X13U A.NNUftl, OAHH. I should be sorry ever to eeo sails go out. "Sailors" would vsnlth with them Tho world can ill afford to exchange tho ' i oily tar" for a lot of steamer, stokerr. A stroll through the "Old China H.rtr" rovlved the memory of my youth, when I saw how IT AUCTION XiVcrytliiiig is away down at PRICES. POWERS' DRY E00DS STORE - THE PRETTIEST AND BEST CALICOES Ever brought to town at 5 cents per yard; Comfort Calicoes 15c Worsteds 10c. 3c, in good, dark styles. OKIE-A-Il- ? Almost evorj'lhliiK Hint wnH IOc und I5c before flio auction Is now on this counter at 5c. Tlito lnclnilcti JLndIe Men's nnd Culhlrcn'B Hosiery, Handkerchief, Tine I.tueu Collars Tor Men and Beys and Ladle Collnrs; 3 papers Plus for 5c. COTJ2STTER I Fifteen Cents' Worth of almost anything for five cents, and all of next week vou will find it so. Fine JLInen Shirt Bosoms, worth 25c, for 5c. All binds offaucy things that were 15c to 25c are up Ho mm no 5 cents. &A8S wmwwm wonld. come within ten dnys from this date and a dollar will go as far as fire dollars originally IIlll Tbo Dead Sea is situated in the south east of Paleetine, and is the final receptae'e of the river Jordon. I's surface is lower than that of any other water known, being I 312 feet below the level of the Mediterranean. It has no apparent outlet, and its entirely s iperfluouB water is supposed to Tbo north carried off by evaporation. shores of the lake form a muddy, t'oiolate II tt, marked by blackened trunks of trees strewn about and incrusted with salt, as is everything that is exposed to the spray cf the Dead Sea. The southern shore is alto marshy, low and dreary to the last degree, The air i choking, and no living thing b to bo seen On this shore is the remarka. ble masi of salt rock cillel udum, or sod om.Tuthe north of this and In near proxim ity is the supposed site of the doomed city of Sodom, from which Lot fled and toward which his wife looked back. A curious plant grows upon the borders of the Did S ) i, which yields the fruit known as the apples of Sodum, beautiful on tbe outside, but bitter to the taste, and when mature, filled with fibre and duat, The water of this sea is yery rait and of remarkable weight aod buoyancy. The belief that the utmost-pherover the Dead Sea is fatal to life not founded in fct The name Dead Sea is nowhere found in the Bible, and proba bly did not exist until the Second century. 1 Millinery, sins. UATa nvnmui.tii,Ey. ataulorl, DIL W. B. I hare jait returned from tbo city and I cordially Invite you to rail and ice my Elegant Lino of Office on Lancaster snoot, t ext door to Inra-bio- b Millinery befo o buying. 1 also call attention to Journal office. Offlco hours from 8 to 12 A. my finely aelectel atock of LadlcV Uulrrwear M.and 1 toSr. st. Anesthetics administered whan ItSl-ly- r. and Notions. Uandktrctilefo, Collars, Culfi and nccocsary. CorarUof dlfltrent itjlea. Ladles' White Emfound at my store In broidered Drniea. I can be tbe room ltttly Ticatcdby Ihspot-ofUc- e. 110 2m Dentist, STANFORDD, KY. PENNY, Franli Allison, STANFORD, to to W. IB. Tcatoh, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER KY. 53-l- yr NEAR DEPOT, STANFORD, For Steal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Cod. Butter, Eegi, Canned Goods, Cbeosa. Bologna, Macca. ronl.Ciackcn, Molasses. Jelly, Preserves, Apple Butrer, Maektrtl, P gs' Feet, spice. Pepper, Cloves, (linger, Tea, Cinnamon, Candles, Qomlny, Beans, Potatoes, Dried Fruit, Pickles, OrAnx, Lemons, Raisins, Tobacco, Cigars, Coal Oil, boap, Starch, Bluing, Vinegar In fret anything usually kept In a grocery. Foods dellrered promptly to all parts of town. Country produce ttken In exchange for goods. Glre me a trial and I will treat you fair. 100-l- Oners his services to the people of B an ford and vicinity. Long Axperteace and careful aitentloo guarantee sstislsctlon. Building material of every description furnished nt low rates. LO "BIne-Grn-ss BOURNE ! lo announce to bit D. Plume, wno wrote Dr. Bourne's lunny adurtlsfnunu, la dead. The lsrcn monies nald him for writing this column brought on Boltenlog of the brain and he died of too mucn smartness. Dr. Bourne Is determine-- , however, to glvebU customers the benefit of this Urge salary In prices. Beside selling Route." Thoidltor la readers that Norn heirt-brokr- n Shortest and Quiokest Bouto from Oen tral Kentucky to all Pointa North, Bast, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Schedule in Effect Oct. 11, 18SS. o Medicint Fancy Artida Toilel Qoodi, MuSpectacles Inslrumenti, sic Merchandise, Jewelry, DolU, Lamps, Fithing lackle. Sponge. Knives, Paper, Blank Book, Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mix ed Faints, Brushci, VarnisliCS "Mr. Plumton, you talked in your sleep s Drug Htore, all of a full hour last night, and kept me awake Everything kept In a which Is new, frnsh and superior, be has on the whole t'mn It was dreadful." Mad-- 3, hand tfoxrn Ilaehelom, and will furnish any good looking lady wlio doals with him with what can yoi expect of a man who choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of names, or call at never gets a chance to say a word the entire day?" "Well, sir, I never talk in my Bourne's New Drug and Book Store. sleep, that's certain " ' Q lite right, my iw-tor- s, first-clas- 140.6, Soote-Bouk- Mo. Wo. li Ex. Bun. Lve. Covington.... 11 Dally Ex. San. 2 00 2 S2 8 10 02 11 40 12 1.7 11 Arr. ParU. " Lexington...., pm Lve. Paris.. It 45 a in Arr. Winchester ... It 30 p m " Richmond...... 2 00 p in " Lancaster...... 5 13pm " Falmouth CynthUna... 9 55 a m am 8 10 pre 34 p u am 10 V9 pn am It 00 p m 11 11 pm pm 4 37pm 5 15 phi 6 17pm S 23 p ra 6 10 p m 7 25 p or 03 p m 40 p m " Rowland Lve. Rlchmoud.... Arr. Berea " Livingston C 00 p m 2 05 pm 3 30 p ml 6 00 hi-r- , dear; I think it mut have been your ti jThiladelphia me." lence that s'a-te- d Press. Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1551. Mr. Manning down with puralysi?, Mr. I have tried Brad field's Female Regulator, and Garland threatened with pneumonia, Mr. find It splendid, and all you claim for It. Randall conGned to tbe house with tbe Respectfully, Mattir A. Lowk. gont, A.be Hewitt yellow with dyepepaie, Due West. B. C., Nov. 17, 1631. aud Col Lunont not feeling very well lim I have used one bottlo of your Fomaio Regular is to preveut the sprightly 8am Belf, what and can recommend It to tbe public as betnj a speml J. Tilden, who renew his youth like cific for the diseases of women. tho eagle, from going dnwi o the Capital Yours truly, IIrstkb bumi. Her-nl- d igo Bnd giving tho biys a ami.. 11 . I ............... No. 1 Living Witnesses Testify. Noaru-BouN- No. No. 3 8 00 am 10 22 am 11 45 a in 7 11 Lve. Livingston. " Berea Arr. Richmond . Lve. Rowland .... " Lancaater ... Arr. Richmond... Lve Richmond 15 8 05 Arr. Winchester .... 00 ami, am, am Arr Parla lift?-Ch'c- v Smltnland, Texas, Jfov.lt, 1SSI. I bare been taking your Female Regulator and think tt a great medicine, SUto recommenced is TAYLOR, to several ol my fflcmU, who have used It with Or LOO AN COUNTY, Is a Candidate for the office most happy results. ofSuperlntendsnt nf Public Instruction, aubj ct Yours truly, F. M. Wiutlkv. to the Demoeratle atata Oonreotten. Texas, Nov. 11, 1SS1. WrstervlUe, Ilnving used your Female Regulator with great The success, nnd also the Mother's Friend with the samo result, I send you my thanks and best wishHighest .Market Prlco Paid for Wool. es. I think every lemala should know of this boon to woman, namely: Ura J Hold's Female Rrgu We are now prepared to nisnufsclure wool for lator and tbo Mother's Frieu 1. Mrs. JamksThokpson, Rfspectlull;, farraors In tho best manner, as we shall make a specialty of CUSTOM WORK! this season, wo rrs. pVctfully solicit wool to l made into Blankets, LIulon, Ga Nov, 10, 1SSI. Jeans, LItiaeya, Slocking Yarn, Flannels, Ko1 Is, I have been uilng yourKemtle Regulator forsome iic , Ac. Wo will keen ron.tantly on hand a atock time with the best or results, and Undlt to be Just of goods which wo will exchange for wool on favorable terms Wool bought at the market prlco. what you claim for It woman's belt friend. Prlres for uianulicturlng when wool lsfurnl.h-c- t Mrs W. L. Rkaves. Ufiiwitlulty, are as follows: Carding and spinning, IRV.r; Carding and Spinning, doubling and twisting, 2vc; Jeans, 'lie Curding, spinning and weaving Wo are C"tlantly icretvlngiiich voluntary tesCtril'iii;, il'luulngand weaving whlti Llnsoy,23c timony. Itl-lJIATTISGIjY. I'ro'r. II. Send lor our Treatise on the Diseases of Women, mallei Irer. Addrtsi llh A i JIKLO ltbuut-- t inn Co., Atlanta, (la. Forasle by Oil M. I KiiUKNK, awnforil, Ky Tcatrlng tocbango my residence, I offer for salt" Lve. Lexington Lve Paris " CynthUna " Falmouth Arr. Covington 0 a m 1 25 p ml . 7 05 a ml 2 25 a m 8 18 a m 3 25 a m ... 7 23 a m 40 p ml 4 20 pm 8 20 a m 3 30 p ml 5 20pm ..... 8 3 58 p ml 6 51pm ...... 9 A3 u in 4 57 pm ...111 30 a m 6 00 p m S 4Tpm G t . 53am 43pui6 . II. K. JMYSVILLj; NoaTir-BorjM- BRAKtU-I- To. 7 8 8 9 Dally Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. Dun. 25 a ra 20 h ra 47 a in 08 i m to 08 a m 10 01, No ,M. Lve Covington-.- .. Stanford Woolen Mills. Arr Mllloraburg " Lnxlngton... ' Paria " Curllilo " Johctot , 2 00 4 20 5 25 " Mayavllle... to a ra pm pm pm 3 U pm uiupm 7 07 pm 7 50 pm BooTn-BortK- Dally Cillr Ex. bun. Ex. Hun 5 45 a 0 27 a 7 26 a 7 48 a 8 15a 9 10a 11 30 a No. 5i rNu. ti " Lve Mayavllle..,. ' Jounann Arr Paris 11 Lexington " Carllala ' Mlllersburg, " Covington .... m 2 41 rm iu 3 2Gpm in 4 25 p m m 4 47 pm ra 5 15 pm m C10 pm m 8 45 pm Win-chjst- m 3 and 4 aro dally between Lexington and Covington; other tratnr arudaily except Sunday. Direct ooqu ctifliisare maloat Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Ml. 6terlins. Aahland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Ya., and Eastern cit- Notk. THlns ies. My Beautiful Suburban Home. With Aires of Land attached, 1 mile west of Lanrcatar. Tbe house Is good, so are tbo out nouns them la a good orchard, Ac. Terms enusl to cash. Addrrsi me at Lancaster, Lovk Uox 3u . It. MOEL. 1 10 103-1- Polld Trains, with ''ullraau Sleeping Cars belweea Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winchester and Waihtnglop, D. C. Through tickets nnd baggage chirked to any Faat Hue: Noi. 3 and 4 run via Winchester, Buy "STous? Pious? FROM Men Think thoy know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. destination miched by railroad, 8 F. 11. MOUSE. W. II. WIUTTLB8EY, Passenger Agent. Trav. Faas. Agent, Covington, Ey. Lexington. Ky C. W SMITH II, W. FULLER, Oan 'nnfrl Maniuur t. if ..'. j .. BONANZV flnt-(- fc CO.. W. N. POTTSRICHMOND, KY. - . MILLS, new Patent Process Milt aod make at tottom prices. Flour, which lby . Mitchell travels for them lu tbli sn-- mummhmm ENCJSH," 'CHICHESTER'S tntslway. RrlUH!.. R.wu.0f wortSli f ,..lM..M l. LAOI.V. A.l. 'lie M) Orlciuul iihiI Ki t 4)iil ( O. iiuint). iNtttl. ,., r T3..I Thar have a 'riVhrtvr'(. ' '.! o ' akd mauy usw uucj. Mr .o'" J. ' ' ' - ' '' ' (li'J.lui) MAM t cTl.l1 ('' ul.r. i irtt I I tfejlil torUruKpLL ttr'i vrrwar. KigllJk" t'enairojal 1111. .. I .. A.i Sf ISA. IWbiLf. Irbv. mi-ekbInier- ior -J. C. B. Walker, a prominent distiller slowly to recede. It was over 10 feet high- of Anderson county, isdead. along tho streets. I suppose wn will net er than this in February, 18S4. Cjnslder-abl- e At Detroit, Mich., 14 inohes of enow havo this muoh longer, our town is incorApril 0, 1880 damage was done and much inconve- covered the ground Wednesday. Stanford, Ky porated now, trustees and officers appointed nience occasioned to dwellers and others William Bast, a K. O. brakeman, was along the banks, but nothing of & serious struck by beam of a bridge and fatally nnd m noon m wo got the charter, which a will be in a few days, all tho lawlessness W. P. WALTON. nature occurred. At Cincinnati tho wntor Iclured. reached 61 feet and fiyo inches. There has Miss Molllo Crumbaugh was defeated will be Btopped. The trustees are: J. E. been but little loss to property, owing to for superintendent of common schools in Vowels, Chorgo Baker, 8. W. Iurls, M. P. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Nowcomb and E. Nicholson. Tho officers tho timely wcrnlng of 1he expedod high Lyon county. For Cireull Juilce J. W. Ar.con. water and tho prompt precautionary mess-uw- s C. V?aiem. postago to 1J are: Police judge, Henry O Gentry; mar A bill to reduco letter Commonwealth's Attorney R. " County JudgoT. W. Varnon. adopted by tho business men and cents and postal cards to a half cent has shal, James Croucher. " Mrcult C'lerK J. r. IUilky. Dr. T. L. Daniels has relumed from merchants of the low districts. Tho Cen been offered in Congress. " County Clerk-- U. II. Coopkb. D. Nmvlasd. bheriU-- T, tral Paaecnger Station bis been abandoned, alroady New Interest, Wait Virginia, where he had Moro than 0,000 bills have " County Attorney D. K. CisrENTnn. ' Asenr K. D. Kkwhbdt. been called to tho beside of bis father and and all roads centering there are starting been introduced in the 49:h Congress, M. 0vk.cs. Jaller-- B. mother, who were 7ery elck. Thoy were " Superintendent Common Fchools-- J. A. Beo t K trains from high ground. The back water of which were in tho House. tU iftlA , -- M JH' " Surrey or-- F. B, Uowakd, of tho Ohio River completely overflowed much better when ho left them. Mr. end Tho President has nominated Judge Mm. Van Nuya were tho guests Dr. and the Little Miami bottoms, cohering an area The strike on (he Missouri Pacific baa of land over two miles wide, The houses Caleb W. West, of Cnthiana, lo succeed Mrs. Lovell Tuesday. J. R Cook is at Gen. Eli H. Murray as Governor of Utah rceullcd most dknstriously to tho Knights were all homo from Louisville, where ho has been deserted. In the 8oulh tho fury Territory. of Labor. Thej are mill out but tho traffic of tho waters is spent, but there is still Coinage, attending a law school. R. E. Thompson Tho House Comtnitteo on ia approaching its normal condition with gteat Buffering among the poor, to relievo Weights and Measures agreed to report fa- and wife aro hers on n vMt to Mrs. M. O now men in tho places of thoso who struck which tho House Committee on Appropria- vorably a bill to establish it snh treasury at Bragg, Mm. Thompson's mother. We are unadvisedly and almost without a grievglad to seo them any time. Miss Portwood, tions agreed to report favorably a resolu- Louisville. ance. Mr. Hoxle, the general manager, tion nrproprlnting $150,000. Bjy, a small Ohio croft, of Danville, came yesterday to vWt her The Mountain BSJS Ll! lilio . mo lUtlll llU I..U L3v Three of its pas- grandfather and grandmother, Mr. at.d Mrs. Thta powder uir rvalue, A luaml ol purity, SrEAKtKO of the appointment of a judgo capsized near Owenaboro. ent, and ia able lo handle oil tho freight he and who'ewmeueM, Mom J. E Allen. Mr. A. has been very unwell strength ordinary kind, and can not rronomlcul thin the b sold In has cars for. Mr. Powderly admits that to Gil the vacancy in the U, S Court caused sengers were drowned and tho rest escaped corapctlton with tho multitude of low for about two weeks. ihotl difficulty. the strlko was a most deplorable mistake by the death of Judge Baxter, the Memphis with weight alum or phcrhato rowdrri. Fold only In cn, The necotiations for peace haye not KuriL Hikiko 1'owdk Co., OARRARO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. and should not havo been made till every AvukncJic i&yt"So far aa actual representaICC Wall Blrret, N. Y, The Bucket Pmnh & Water by the Transcontimeans of adjustment had been tried and tion in tho Federal judiciary is considered, yet been consummated Lancaster. the Pafailed. Tho result clearly demonstrates Tennessee stands an equal chance. As a nental lines, and tho cheap rates tb Miss Burdett Letcher, a Henderson Ii an luinroTetnent on any (jumper Heritor InteiiM. lull of air and that the knights aro not half sq all power- Southern State it will enter the lists on an cific coast continue. belle, is the guest of Mrs. W. B. Mason. cendlng full of water, circulate the air from botThe bill granting a pension to the surMT. VERNON, KY. ful as they imazinod themselves to be and equality with Kentucky. We can scarcely Misa Minnie, the little daughter of tom to top of cittern or well, reiooTlng wlrglrt, viving soldiers of the Mexican war passed water bum, and rendering the water puro, temor- the lesson, though costly to them, may af- doubt that the appointment will come Mr. Geo. W. Bettis, Is seriously ill of pneun M Jhltold and ! I"'," iVi.""" Hot.l 1. .till South, andjhence it muBt come to Tennes- the House by a a vote of 153 to GS, under a monia, bo of much practical value. Later all talnirgltt flno reputation. Chargo. reaaonalU. cup liaoldersd permanently, and Initrad o! a link, suspension of the rules. boring men must have a real grievance and see or go to Kentucky." Applicants for Tho citizens of Buckeye, this county, 8rUU,ent.on,o'lb.tr....0g public. " Dl Ma j. Jerome S. Ridley, of Elklon, Todd seek to remedy it in a lawful and honora- tho position are numerous and Borne were are excited over the appearance of a wild .. very rpectntily, i rjiMi, itot, II Washington, where he was ble way before they can arouse that public announced before the body of the late in- county, died in Ky. animal presumably a bear. W. II. IIIGGINM. of the House Committee sympathy in their behalf, so necessary for cumbent was cold. The appointee, who employed as clerk Carter Bennett, a cltizsn of Madison Land Claims. a successful accomplishment of their de- ever he may be, will be the first democrat on Private county with very cranky notions, came in Thomas A. Thatcher, Professor of Latby bullying, who ever sat on the bench in the District. mands. ThiB can not be done Tuesday night for tho avowed purpose of in and Literature in Yale College, was destroying property or resisting the consti We are decidedly in favor of convict la- found dead In bed at New Haven Wednes- painting the town carmine, ne began by tuted authorities in any, surely not by a bor on public roads or anywhero elae that breaking a couple of streot lamps on tho day. He was In his 72d year. resort to blood shed as at Fort Worth. public square, but was caught in tho act it can be profitably employed. The idea of There are 15,743 miners in Ohio and and jailed unceremoniously. At his trial The "ticket of leave" bill which paeeed taxing honest cilitsns to support the their output for 12 months was 7,810,179 Wednesday morning ho was given 200 days in ease and idleness because their tons of coal. During the time there were House would be a most miserable farce the where ho now lingers in in the work-housupon justice if it becomes a law. It pro work will come in contact with some kind 51 accidents, causing 32 deaths. our midst. of outside labor is the sheerest demagogy vides that the Board of Directors of the The Senate Committee on Postofficea Dealers In all klnJiof- Mr. G. T. McRoberts, Jr., of Lincoln, Penitentiary shall have the power to pa- and worthy only of that class of individu- and Poet roads has ordered an adverse rerole prisoners, except those convicted of als, who think their political lives de port upon Senator Wilson's bill doubling was married Wednesday to Miss Mattie E. Tho ceremony Smith, of this county. murder, arson, rape, incest, burglary, or pend on it and those who pay the taxe3 the postage on fourth-clss- s matter. took place at tho residence of the bride's aro tired of it. highway rebbery, not previously inmates of At a log rolling and brush grubbing in parents and was performed by Eld. Joseph the prison. Those convicted of murder Lexington municipal election oc- Pulaski at tho home of a man named Rose, Ballon. The attendants were C. O. Mc The shall not bo allowed to go outside the pris- curs the 10th and tho Louisville Timcaia en a drunken row ensued, during which Ben Roberts and Miss Sallle Logan; W. H. on walls until after a service of at least gaged with the help of its able lieutenant, Wilson was shot through the heart. Traylor and .Mws aallie cmitn. A rccep five years of the sentence. Those convict- Col. Sam Burdett, in the questionable task Old Uncle Nathan Jones, of Knox tion was given in tho cv Bagffic5' 0arriaS"' SPDB Wagons, Wool, Grain, Seeds, Goal and Lumbsr, ed of arson, burglary or highway robbery of trying to elect Mulligan mayor over the county, aged over seventy years, for the call at Mr, "josh bDunhnJ groom's brother-in-law- , shall not be allowed to go outside the walls regular democratic nominee. The contest first time in his life saw a railroad train tention to their near Bryantsvllle. and the custody of the warden on parole, promises to rage even fiercer than the usu- here last Monday. London Leader. Col. B. M. Burdett and Mr. John until after a service of the 'minimum term ally tierce contests in that city and the pros- A passenger train on the Fitchburg Stormes, tho Adivcatc correspondent, are provided by law for the cffenBe. Those pect is that blood as well as whisky and railroad in Massachusetts jumped down a carding the State press about a bill to vote convicted of reps or incest can not be pa- money will flow freely. precipice 200 feet high, killing many pasa school tax for this county. They appear, roled in any state of case. It will be a sengers and mangling numbers of others. however, to have wandered from the origi The Louisville postoffice appointment of conbeautiful spectacle to have a lot Squire Spalding and Spence Gartin nal subject under discussion and are fling victs, after the difficulty and expense at- still hangs fire. Senator Beck has espoused quarreled in Marlon, when the former si ing dirt right and left. Should these two tbe cause of Mrs. Thompson, while Blacktending their conviction, turned loose upon lenced his adversary forever by a lick on bodies come to gether in mortal combat the society thoy have outraged, but the Leg burn has determined to fiiht her from the the back of the head with an ax. Both who the Interior Journal pencil-pushedoing anything, word go. Every other man in the Falls negroes. islature seems capable of is perfectly neutral about the matter, will inCity is an applicant for the position, Lacrosse, Wis., suffered a million dolbut meeting the convict or any other quescluding brother Munnell, who is endorsed lars loss by a fiery visitation Tuesday af- let the readers of the best county paper ex- To.wlt: Randall Dl or Wbee tion in a fair and square manner. Thomai Smoothing Harrow, Kalamaioo gcrlnr Tooth liar. h by leading citizens in Ohio, Indiana and ternoon. Ten blocks were burned and four tant know all about it-Tbt ,ttlon Corn and Check llowera, Cballf-C- "I0"' 'i"?.' and Check I'linten Drill, ComblaeJ. Ti Molar Han J I'l.n i! The Mexican Pension bill, which passed Shipplngport. hundred people aro left homelees, many of DANULLE. BOYLE COUNTY. the house by such a large majority, gives to A New York paper poked fun at the them destitute. every officer, soldier and sailor, who enlist Rev. O. A. Barthelomew, late of Phila Kentucky counties report Fifty-tw- o weather thusly: Yesterday was a beanti-tifed and served in tbe war with Mexico for the wheat acreage at 73 and condition 02 delphia, the new pastor of the Christian April day, full of the gracious breath any period during the yesrj from 1845-4- 8 cent. Commissioner Dayls thinks the church, arrived on Saturday and preached -honorably diecharged, or their and balmy softness of thi model month. per and wra HOUSE- fWreiM in ncreace not so great as indica Sunday morning and night, making a very eurviviog widows, tho sum of S3 per month The birds sang Bweetly In the aviaries and favorablo impression on all who heard him. figures. ted by the after the passage or this act, during their tbe barber shops. The flowers budded James Farrla and a negro named Steve Mrs.. Btrtbelomew will be here in a few is a pretty sweeping shyly in the conservatories. The snownatural lives. This Richardson engaged in a friendly wrestle In days, having stopped to visit friends in bill, but we predict that before many years drop was particularly luxnriant. Bourbon county and because the negro got Ohio. a pension bill will be passed by Congress is announced on high authority that Owing to the ill health of Mr. Frank the best of him, Farrla procured a shotwhich will put every mother's son of a Judge William Lindsay, of Frankfort, gun and killed him. It seems to be a plain Gilcher he and his brother, Peter Oilcher It tbe one that carries tbe largntaod soldier, home guard or what not, who made will be appointed to succeed the lato Judge would rent out their hotel hereto some excase of murder. any pretense of serving on the Federal Bide Baxter, of the United States Circuit Court Dr. Brinton II. Warner, of Baltimore, perienced man who would keep up the rep in the lato war, on the bounty of the gov- for the Sixth Judicial district. The Judge died of hydrophobia. A small lap dog utation of tbe house. If an arrangement ernment. The pension business if kept up ia an able jurist and his appointment would had been run over by a bicycle ia the of this sort Is mado Mr. Frank would threatens to bankrupt the country's credit. be received with general satisfaction. streets, and picking it up with a view of spend a year in Europe. L. F. Mann, of Nicholas, is one of Hon. The Mason & Foerd Company have em relieving its sufferings, Dr. Warner was Jndge Reagan, of Texas, says of the LaOurfidlltlei IsrlmjIaganJ thedlttonntion the great nuanUUei wo boy enabln ui to rIto better the few members of tho Kentucky Legis- ployed Hon. Theodore Hallam, of Coving bitten with the above result. bor and Educational bill: "Theroreems to price, than any one. lature who sees the body as others see it. ton, to see that they are not convicted on The boycott Is a curse lo labor and be nothing left of the Constitution except "every mother'a son of 'em 128 in ex parte evidence of brutality to convicts, capital alike. The boycott represents brute the preamble and protection clause, I He says number must have something to say on and he is more than a match for any of the force, and brute force never won a perma was never more humiliated than when the every question that comes up must make men, who would convict men unheard. nent victory in the history of the world. vote was taken on the Elucational bill, a xecoid, you know and so they spout Its triumphs have been as disastrous as and wished that I were a private citizen at A billy rumor was afloat here yesterday away, taking up time, and offering amendOwensboro Messenger. failure. home Instead of being here. I feel that that tbe Knights of Labor at East St. Louis ments until the daddy of a bill actually The strikers at East St. Louis took tbe South has lost all Its respect for the doesn't know when it becomes a law." had attacked Manager Hoxio and his men, matters into their own hands Wednesday, Constitution and sacrificed every principle Hut we- Asked as to the best thing they could do killing him and 200 of them. There was and by force of numbers prevented the em- for which it bos fought. Tbe passage of for the State finances he said: "Simply di- some trouble there, but nothing to warrant ployes of the different railroads there from the Educational bill by a vote from tbe rect Auditor Hewitt to draw up a bill, all this exaggerated statement. performing any labor. 8ome soldiers with Southern members will and should brand vote for it, and then go braying home." The address of the Knights of Labor, repeating rifles and Gatling guns are need-e- d every one of them as a money hunter and The latter expression is good, but the astes which is so spitefully denunciatory of Jay there. not tho respecter of the Constitution as It will not "go braying home" till all the Gould, is not calculated to help their cause The Louisville Opera Festival will be- has been taught." W. brought to this Btr.lgb,,brocghca...good;h.ndledwby,. provender Is used up at Frankfort. as much as a calm and dispassionate state- gin Wednesday, June 9, and close on the SatThe Chlosgo Herald says: "It so hapentirely too han- ment of their wrongs and grievances, if urday evening following. Tbe operas in Gov. Knott Is getting suffiany. their order are "Orpheus and Eurydice," pens that the two men who have had dy with the pardon machine. A few days they have courage to Introduce bills for the re"Lakme," "Lohengrin," "Merry Wives of cient THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ago, without warrant of justification or right Windsor" (malinee), and "The Flying peal of the Pendleton law are democrats as could he eesn at this distance, he parbut the men in Congress who have ridiculed The House has passed a bill striking Dutchman." doned a fellow named Brown, who murder coal mines from the convict labor law, but The Bourbon Xtt says it is not equity tbe entire reform proposition, who have ed the marshal of Versailles, and now he not to interfere with existing contracts. and justice that the striking Knlghta want. pronounced it unmanly and nonsensical, forges to tbe front with a remission of the Thalia indeed an unfortunate county They want $23 per week and work about and who have with vehement language exiflft 1W rW?ffl m fines of $250 each against Prof. DeRoode in Kentucky that can not boast tbe posses- half the time. They want all the luxuries pressed a preference for the good old spoils made a murderous assault on and son, who sion of a County Court of Claims with of life and to deny themselves of nothing system, are republicans." Editor Oral i. If the Governor is wise he moro brains and more capacity for trans- No, they do not want justice; but they If the Legislature has no objection, wo will let up on monkeying with the pardonacting business than the State Legislate le. need it all the same a good term in the have about fifty acres of fine marsh land ing business. penitentiary. South Kentuckian. out here a piece, which wo would like very -- DBALSaS IX- Brother Bell, tbe sensible editor of the The House passed a bill which takes MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. much to Incorporate as a new county. No makes the pertinent from all Georgetown limes, normal schools in the State tbe name bai been decided on but you may. call Drugs, Books, Stationery and Managed by Jno, B. Fish. suggestion: "If a gallows and a whipping right to Issue diplomas on which graduates it Billrecd, Birtjenkins, Bobtyler, Sambur-det- t, Fancy Articles. post were erected in every county In the may teach without securing a certificate M. P. Newcomb has put a new lamp Samnunn, Jimwinn, SpeakeroiTutt, State, and were used when occasion required from the State. in front of his hotel. Others ought to fol- DamGno anything you please so you fix it Fb jrelc! r.nt' prescript !oni accurately compound!. This places all normal penitentiary schools on an equality. it, the cry of an low the example. Frankfort Capital. up as a new county. IMa .. p. smsV " ""I 't would soon be hushed, and there would be Tbe negro, Henry Taylor, who was Mr. Babbitt, as Bobbitt'a name almost There Is a possibility that tho situano ground for complaint on the part of any always appears In the daily papers, offered drowned in Boundstone about 3 weeks ago, tion on the Gould roads will.be further people that convicts were being brought in- a bill allowing justices of the peace who has not been found yet. Tho Largest Stook of "Watches, Olooks, to competition with honest labor by being reside at least fire miles from the county-sea- t, We hear complaint on every hand complicated by a strike on the part of the Jewolry and Dilverware worked in coal mines." three cents per mile when attending about tho weather, and farmers sty they engineers, but if they are sensible they will Erer bought to this market Prices Lower than will get very much behind with their work, let well enough alone. TnE republican municipal ticket was the Court of Levy and Claima. the Loweat. Watchw, Clocki and Jewelry Jle-Oae of the ladies who was so deeply A difficulty occurred in the Glades, palred on short notice and Warranted. The Incompetency and general elected in Cincinnati Turs Jay by an aver jge Qillia Craig and shocked at tho reading of "'Ostler Joe" at the present Legislature has made Sunday evening, between The democrats of that majority of 5,000. Mrs. Whitney's reception, exhibited, as she ocality are bad enough but tho republicans republican aucsess possible in several close Jerome Adams, the latter cutting Craig in the fice and neck with a knife, inflicting indignantly left the room, a mole two inch& are worse and in an election contest It Is counties, and In many instances they will Merchatt is es below her shoulder blades. uxiutM,wMiv ttowa '.v'i.rriii vsr.!?? SUiriUCT riatfora Wacoo, usually dog eat dog and the devil take the make a determined fight next August. an ugly wound. Both were drunk, so It JlJam. linn Jl7rilI UOIIJirSB u'9 Traveler. totboHm Price Woliarotio hindmost. At other points In the State, This may be a good thing for the democra- easy to guesa the cause of the row. Menu, but for twelro yean Pruf. A. D. Scobey settled u sensationhnvodealt vr th thffronitimnr. Noah Adams, a negro, was lodged in : i notably Columbus, the democrats elected cy, after all. A vigorous effort on the part JmsWsa legoof irv. al suit in a court at Lebanon, fenn., by cxamlnlntr twforo bur. their ticket Jby largelylincreased majorities, of tho republicans might act aa an incen- jail for attempting to rape a iivlght ciiarffes JUJSMISIb7WSJSJSSHSISJSSH young lady, Misd Bettle Mc tifit llifIAn tive to the democrats to put up their best daughter of RiU. BUdle. He, had his marrying the warrantorerytblnKforUyeara. The Lexington Transcript has enlarged men for offices. (.Winchester Democrat. One price onW, l'latform Spring examining trial Tuesday and was held over Diniel. After the ceremony the party ".'('iF'QUtJ i iaino Htimrn and improved and is now a yeij creditable in a bond of $250 for his appearance at went home with the father of the brido r. 3 " rgrai vi -" vm wi aa usnallyioldforaiaff. Our llvoeM ..V.u,.I.WI'0-nn- o Logan'n bill to Incroe the Blanding Circuit Court. Havln? failed to give the who attempted tJ kill tho Profes'or lat daily, with a full quota of local news and ai-i- w W Wm 'A&rciuV'PP'ZtES army to 30,000 was defeated 10 to 31. Tuesday. be Associated Press dispatches. In jail. required bond he was again put V7ii;WAWcciary,u 7,-2- $ onnwl SO TjieOMo at Louisville reached noarly feet Wednesday night and then began NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, One of the most disorderly tmd drnak en crowds wo have had for years, was in town Monday Ladles were afraid to pass aOYAi '$& J POWDER Absolutely Pure tt, 1VX.WC09CB HOTEIi Purifier Theeur-idcacemlln- i. ... 83-c-m ...... V.J' ?P IW: $J$ffJX?tfc''' " WEAREN con-ylc- ts & MENEFEE. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. r, Large Assortment of Harrows, Corn Planters and Cultivators, '"! ul THE It TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BlUST STOCKofGOODS We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, mESAXff TO CUT1 PRICES l;.r V PHARMACISTS, over-crowde- d JEWELERS- J tft "cues-edneas"- of UrH'a&T CARR'ACE BBaDK HARNESS M'F'C CO. $55; jfjTT WRn Yrz'mr 1 at at In Elklmrt, IndlnneJ ". - f f :(!,, x&4sgmiiszhs SJtnu-hln3nterioroun- (lAnnxN seeds nt Wntors A Ranch's, " ml LAPD. STOCIT AND CROP T b l1 SKVf ADTKHTISKJIK.HTh. H. IhugbmoD, Sbed sweet potato nt T. II Walton' ! Jointer, J710 It SALE Oool Shlnglo Mill with 4Vloch h sold to E. T. Ponro 11 100-l- Corn Mill. Belling power Engine snd Bmitk, Stone Complete. Mabt. Plows. Al any price, Metcatf & Fos- atanforJ, Ky. hogs at $3.00. Stanford, Ky., April 0, 1880 ter. A red Young Mary yearling bull for T?OIl BALW'.-O- na thoroughbred red Bull, 20 i,-- moniDi oiu. aiio u nigngrado Tsarlinznte in 4i Fn7fl(fbrcl always on hand nt 8. 8. rale. F. Held, Stanford. W. K. Arnoo, etaolord, Ky. 109 E. O. WALTON. Buslnooa Mnnoaror. Jeff Jonca bought of David Glvens a Myers'. 0 year otd gelding lor $140. A MUI.E jerked Mr. Harris' oyster house 35. I havo a number o( young bulls for U, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD, voa into the middle of tho ntroet yesterday, sale. A. M. Felnnd, Stanford. Wm. flooring & Co.'s Mowers, Bind-or- s Mall train going North., ..Mm ' M P. tf, 13 J. E Bruce bad n thorough-breThe mercury hopped up 33 decrees tltir-i" " " oomn. ,,.,..... (.Mali1 8'J F M, and Reapers, A. M. .... Uxnruilmlli" South... yesterday, which waa clear ami bau. Bhorlhorn bull calf to (lift this week 2 M A. U, ' v 3(....M....t.t.M.t. - Kcntuclt'. T.J. Fo'tcr bought of Henry Biugh-ma- n Crab Orchard, a fhoijors li calculated on standard time, Bolar tiful. 8 hog, 110 pounds avengo nt 3 me Is about 20 minutes tutor. Iinucc A MollonxRTa have Hhu moat ccntB. complete lino of menu' Geo shoes wo haye AX.13 ! Lnnls Hint hs retted 20 acres of eod LOCAL JIOTICES. oyer teen in Stanford both In michino and land in Otrrard to A J. Rice, to be put In I offer for ule uiy Knrra of 100 Acre, situ LvNDiu-rn'-s Garden Hcwla nt McIMurt hand tewed. tted near Walnut Flat, Lincoln county, on tho hemp, nt 0 per acre. mm d Stanford A Crili Orchtrd tilke, 1 mile from HtnifftV. A CMtlo are rj'iotcd in Louisville at 2 tnd Smiles from Craft Orchard. Tho Und li Owiria to the condition of the weather Lan.jiiktii'ii garJen seel In bulk ami In excellent condition, an abumlinco of water, tho romalm of Mr. Qeorgo Myers were to 5 cenir; hogant 'i to 1 10; sbeap at 2 to fencing good, i rations barn and thtdi, Implement, package nt I'enny & MoAllitei'tf. houio, lc..i-;ara.' allnaw, built In 18S1 and '83. Watch nnd Jewelry rcpnlred on shor placed in tho vault at tho Cemetery for l and lambs 3 to ctntn. bought 3,000 Com tot table dwelling. 80 acres In wheat, 40 acret S. C. Cirpentrr has In oats and sowed to timothy and clover, 20 acrci notice and warranted by Penny A McAlb burial at n future dato. for corn; remainder tn graM, Terms and price r. Iambi tor June delivery, at li to 5 cents reasonable. L. II. VltXOIt, Stanford. II C IhtiaitT told hia lot of one acre Buv the Haas IIor Kcmedy, the origiBourbon News, per pound. Penny AMcAl-late- r. nal nnd only Ronulne, from A, A. McKinnoy to the Common Monday, J in 7, the Eclipse Stake for Valuable Mill Property for Sale School Trustees, for $350, upon which they of li $10000 will h run nwr b mnr A oostrMrrE stock of Jowolry, latest pronr tv IIuitonTllle Flouring is style. Ilcckford watches a specialty. Pen will erect a 52,500 school Luildiug. AswcUtlon. Entries to the Tho Mills will lenowa aa iho rale to tho highest Fair 8t. be ottered fur ny A McA lister. and beet bidder, on stake clo-- e April 16. Our correspondent at Mt. Vernon has Limb, to he delivered in this city, eogsged n substitute, who furnishes us a Saturday, April 10th, 1880. PERSONAL. good loiter fur this iiuo. We hope he will fwm June 1 to 16, am worth $160 to $5 This propertr l new, coramodlouslr located at Miss Ida VanAiudalk returned to write regularly and giye us all the news. etch, but rome sales have been made at HusUnTlue, Lincoln county, Kr in a fine farm ing refflon; runs tro sets of flour burrs and one Harrodsburjr, Wednesday. Lexington Obervcr. lest Mt corn do.; Is furnished with amplo machinTub Cincinnati Haul hern la tho meat un MoIlrjiEiiTaIsdown with n engaged his lamb for ery and the liter appliances and Is capable of Mrs 8 8. J. II Ll'le has and excellent work. reliable railroad in the world. It tnleeed Jnly delivery at 6 cents per pound. Wheat doing large will be jKwItlTe. Terms made known light attack of pneumonia. The ula with the L. A N. yesterday and Is lower in the graiu markets now thau it on day of rale. Miss Kate Giumes has cono to Dan connection if. jrr. smith, every other day except Wednesday for a ha-- , been for twenty-Gr- e Winches years. tlllo to visit Mri. Mary Fields. 103 td President HuiIoqtIIIo MM Go. 8am 0 Hardin announce himself an week. ter Democrat. A NEW Independent candldato for County AttorWe learn that indications are very unThe slides and washouts on the road be ney of Clinton. favorable for the peach crop In this section Buggy & Implement House. tween Jellico nnd Knoxvillo havo been Thomitik Cooper Is writing In the and through trains are now running this year, but it is said should there be no I wl'l tn a few days open a County dork' office and getting the hang regularly on the BraLch. The L. A N. freexea, apple, pearn and other fruits will of things generally. Paris Kentuckian. track has always been in traveling condi- be plentiful. Full Lino of Agricultural ImpleMrs. Mary A. Dedman sold her farm ments, Mr. It. C. Ubadley and wife returned tion. 1 fine imto Lancaster yesterday after a vlilt to relaWith the reliable Walter A. Wood llarustlng Mi&i Ali.ie Dunk, of Danville, has on containing 620 seres of No. land, New Mschlnes at the head. Alto a tives In Ihlt county. exhibition at Offsley A Craig's store a provements, located at Harrodsburg juncto Hue. Mien Katie Logan baa gone beautiful crszy quilt of her own handi tion, in Mercer county, to O. W. Galtaklll, Fall Lino ot Buggies and Wagons tnnville to lake a position In the millinery work. It will be filed for 100 chance at of Lexington, at $00 per acre, terms equal Always on hied. In connection with my Im- ri cash of Mredames Campbell A Green. plement business, 1 will also carry a $1 etch, all but 22 of which have been to Although toe editor of the Winchester Mr. M03K3 Collier calls in regularly taken. IZR-ISH- : Complete Stock of Lnnibcr, Sun was born and raised in this county and every year and subscribes for three paper. Wells for participa- never knew that court was held anywhere Both rough and dressed. Prices on ererytblng as The cabs of Hiram That's the klodcf a man that the printers tion in the robbery of F. M. Ware's store else but here till he a right smart delight in. Low aa any one. been up at McKinney, was tried Wednesday and chunk of a boy, he persists in printing a Mr. H. E Miller, who has I solicit a share of your patronage Respectfully, in the coal regions looking after his inter resulted in his acquittal, there being no Hit of ciunty court days which makes it r I. 31. ItltVCE. esta there, named down to bia home in Lo proof strong enough to warrant even a pre- appear that our court la held on the 21 insumption of guilt. of the 1st Monday in each month. stead gan county, Wednesday. ! Louisville Tobacco Market furnished Mr 0. M. Givens Is here making po-pi- e Jgixie Owsley has not been here for tell horr much they are worth, but as two days, but Judge Varnon is dispatching by Glover A Darrett, Louisville Tobacco Will make the season of 1835 at my stable at they are to be taxed accordingly they are the business of the Circuit Court with his Warehouse: Tho market this week for 88 to Insuro a Living Oolt. Barley tobacco has been rather Inactive loath to admit their real wealth. usual ability. The term can last all next Brown Jim wts slrvd by Mambrlno King, he by Edward Foster, hie of this county, week, but as little more Is to bedone, it Is and dull, and the lowest grade have shown Mambrlno Palchen. be br Chief and he br a decline of 25 to 60 cents per hundred. Paymaster, bo by old Mambrlno Messenger. 1st has added another paper to Lexington's likely that It will not. dam by an Arabian horse, pedigree unknown: 2d The recent weather conditions will no dam by Steamboat; dam of Mambrlno Kings Ned full quota. It U called the Alta and I a monthly If the Council retrecta the will of the doubt give largely increased receipts the Forest mare. stsnd a good jsck HOUGH AND very creditable sheet. Published Iwillalso msjority, John Newland will be re elected coming week. The sales for the week nDAUl.llill.,lU IUIUI, fl11 W.fr. WVUJ at 60 cents a year. due when colt Is foaled or mare pared with. lie of Lincoln Marshal, Ho has a petition signed by con 2,710 hhds , with receipts of 1,610 hbds, is 14J bands high and was sired by Stlgall's Bough Mitfl IlrrriE Carter, by Peters' Blind anl Heady, county, spent several weeks with her many siderably over a hundred of our leading for the same period. Sales, of the new Black llawk,hebroldaabe.be heby Maaoa's Black Hawk, he by friends in Adair and Russell counties, and cltUena. There are now, it Is aald, half crop to date 33.089 hhds. The following by (Superior Mammstb, he by 2b Itoral Mammoth. quotatioca fairly represent our market for RiiDerior Mammoth waa brfd br Mr. J. Baugh- a doxen candidate for the position. left here for her home Friday morning. Dark trash 2 to 3; colory mao. Sr. UewaslChanas hlgn and a ret y fine new Burley: Columbia Spectator. UMw 3. C.G1VRSH. animal. Oh account of the derangement in the train 3 to 1; common lugs not colory 4 to running of freight trains in constquenco of LOCAL MATTERS. 5; colory lugs 6 to 7; common leaf not the floods, a coal famine would have precolory 6. to 8; good leaf 8 to 11; fine leaf 11 fish Saturday. 8. 8. Myers. Fresh vailed here this week had not the L, & N. to 13; select wrapping tobacco 13 to 18 A no lot of Zieglet's fins sheet just re- very kindly furnished dealer Wearen with cents The we 1 proren breeter pir pound. f-and saddle stallion will two cars to be returned or paid for as be ceived at 8. n. Shanks'. 18S6 soavra -- For sale Lee III .. '1 bull sSO-Lor- ie af.C-lnc- WALL PAPER V." ! WALL PAPER WALL Triiunicfl axttl Ready for TJe, at :.". . HAHRIS, Ag't n PAPER! IM-ir- FABM ITOJg 8 -- in .! M'BOBEEOTS & ISTAGG'S. -- Stun-for- (111-u- i) 3Tj;r THE Which can bo found at- - L-u- BEST SEED! T. R. WALTON 'S. ' York Early Bono, Burbant, Beauty of Hebron and Peerlefsr. ed - ra POTATOES!' -- 112-lT- BROW JIM Whito and Yollow- -- T l". OWIOM -- SETS! - Seed Corn, Bcnus, Pens nnd Mel on- On Time, of SEED IN BULK!!1 -i- r Mn John Blaw &ys that in 1S51, on heaviest kind of a frost. the 1G day of April, a snow of 10 inches 1 HAVE just received a fine line of spring fell, but it only stayed on the ground one goods. Come and see them. 8. H. Shanks. day. No damage waa done to tho peach e Try our Proctor Knott Patent Flour, it and apple trees which were in full bloom. fellows tro always bobbing up Is the bis: and cheapest. Metulf A Fos- These old with stories to olivet anything that we may ter. hare in weather those latter days, New rattan chairs, window shade, pic The Lecture of Hon. A. M. Swope on lure mouldincs and wall paper at very "Tne Antfqultica of Mtxlco," to be deliverlow price at B. K. WVarea'n. ed at the Cliris inn church next Friday A nice new room on Lancaster street night, ICth, is spoken of very highly by suitable for an oQlco or a mall business the pipers iu thoso towns that bare been for rent. Apply to W. P. Walton. favored with it. Col, Swope has traveled Fri- extensively in Mexico, and being a most I wiu. have my annual opening on day and Btlurday, April 10 and 17, and entertaining and captivating sneaker, the cordially invite the ladies to be present. lecture can not fail to prove interesting and instructive. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. An item ia going the rounds that Hen One Cent Send your name on a postal LouIeyUle, derton is to have a creamery. If the Hencard to Bharpe A Mlddleton, deraonlans know when they are well off Ky., and obtain a copy of the handsomest they will deny this alligation and defv the Illustrated Dry Goods Catalogue erer clren alligator. Stanford baa a creamery so callaway. ed, but it has not hit a lick for six months The House his passed the bill authoris- and n draen or so 'tockholders, who have ing Lincoln county to vote on the question lost some $5,000 or $0,000 in the bueinera of prohibition and a bill to prohibit the stand ready to mob the first fellow who aale of Intoxicating Hnuora near Pleasant mentions the word in their presence. Point church. tr Ice half an inch thick yesterday and the choaees. Vi UM Cocoa, thetact is asceitalned or mare parted with. Lien kw Oysteis, Is on colts till money Is Clores, Brodhead Items. Died, on the 6th retained old, black, 17 hands psld. Waterloo 11 rears Csnned Qocds, high, of splendid Apple Butter, -Itlce, as any hone in andaa well bred Pine Apple Inst., of pneumonia, little Harvey Hicks, style and action, br Blchslleu, he by Mambrlno Hominy, Spice, the land. He Is Beans, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Hicks. Chief, he by Mambrlno Paymaster; heby Mar-bcinnamon. ,m Kraut, fcvwittsmii iin; y be by Imp. Messenger; 1st dam Helen Cakes, i Bardlncs, There is at present much sickness throughBay Measear; be by llarplnus; he by iruccs Pickles, Frul.' be by Imp. Messenger; 3d dam Bed out our community. Mr. John Renner, of Bird, bv Cannon Whin; he by Blackburn'a Whip; isuea rescues, Bakers ChocolaL. Mt. Vernon, is here attending school. Mr. heby Imp. Whip; he by Si) train, dam by Uero4; Clauva, Lamp. Chimneys, Coal Oil, Qaeensware, Tinware. Pocket and Table Cutlery, Powder, Shot, Cartridges, lloes. Hakes. a ihorou(h-lre- d tnare by Imp. Ulomede. Joe Roberts and wife, of Gum Sulphur, ad dam Peed Potatoes In fact, ererytblng in the Grocery line, and also plain and fancy Harn ess, Saddles, Bay Messenger's data waa out of a Imported Bridles. Whips. Wagon Gear. etc.. etc. manufactured for us hr the ponular firm ofW. re. nimn RELIGIOUS. were the guests of Mr. J. L. Brooks, last Uirserger mare, and Byfashionably-bre- d Rockloghaza. Mr. A. L. Spoonamore trotting most Son. Countru I'roiluee of erery description wanted. Remember that webnyand sell Just Richelieu la the Hale's Wlu Sunday. The saw mill firm of thiv place horse In America, and the winner of more pre.w" m. ... v u. iu..uij iu, uuioea uc i;ij uu uuilucn ivi pirtlurcauu .Da. J a ISC. WIUS- Dip-tls- t The splendid new Chestnut-stree- t is preparing for a nice season at bis pleaspurses thin any horse In Kentucky. ire especially ureiieraie, rmpnasize ana impress upon me minas 01 an Intel nuhlfe. Wn has had to suspend work for several daya miums and 1 . entire satisfaction, always, and dellrer all goods anywhere inorwlthlna tew mlleeot M. T. Jb Jt. S. Jt UtiSEC church, Louisville, was dedicated last ant resort this year. He has remodeled ovanioru or our suoaroan cuy 01 Jiotciatlil. S) ItAXEV. account of high water. Mr. Geo. Hilon WA.TEBS his old buildings and added others, while Sunday, formerly of Kings Mountain, ia now a ! Rev. James Taylor, pastor of a Prov ton, bad the benefit of the whitewash all have Brodhead. idtnee, It. I , Baptist church, has been resident of brush. Four of the most valuable members of The noted breeder, will College. President of Vaesar make the season ol 180 The street lamps will cost about 5500 elected Jones will preach at tho the House of Representative:, all of whom at my stable 1 mll.u Kev. including freight and putting then in poMEHCHANT TAII.OR. diffi south of HustonTllle, on without Warren Memorial Ciurch in Louisville wonld have been IbeUustonrllle and Libsition. They are already bought and by they had yielded to the withes of erty turnpike. Abdallah next Monday evening in the interest of the culty if -- I hare received and still recelrlog- Olonco Is br Jo Elmo. the last of next week will be casting their Dolitical friends, have made known their No. StSO; trfsl 2 27; rec 3(gCwAJ4 W benefit of those who have Holcomb Mission. light for the ord 2 to, ana naji nroinsr A new Methodist church was dedicated intention to retire from publio life. The tol. U. o.,recoru nu, heretofore had to feel their way through 2SM; at Nictaolasvillo Sunday, Rev. H. C, Mor- membars in question are Randolph Tucker, I n. C. 8. ao'd for f 9.000.1 lUTlew 2 trial .Lycurgi 20: First 2 83 and Mark Wakefield, racer, tho darkness that enveloped the streets. Comprising ths best in tho market, which will be delivering the sermon. John S. Barbour, Abraham S. Hewitt and dsm MattleS. by WlUIe D. by Foreigner ty rison, of Russell ville, Imn. Ulenoo.) 2J dimBettleC. by Cunningham's Marksbury sends During the services $6,308 vrcro raised by Patrick A. Collins. The majority in the Copper Botttm; 8d dam Minerva Duncan by Imp. A connrsroNDENT at Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. not well afford to lose theso con- Busiard. Jo Llmo by 8t. Elmo, Mo. 271, by Alex- Gotten us a letter, which might have found ipace subscription, or more than $1,000 in excesa Houee can ander's Abdallah IS, by Itysdyk's Ilsmbletonlan Give Mo a Trial. democrats. Their retire Mo. 10: Joe Elmo's 1st dam by Mambrlno Messenelsewhere than in the waBte basket had he of the debt. Our n. C. Morrison began a spicuous and able -tTWl meeting the following day at the same ment will be a serious loaa to the public in- ger. Imp. llle D.'s dam by Starlight, by Cherokee, JDP-sE-sr, :.. signed his nume. For the 10,000th time I'liDsor. Abdallah Olenco's colts are by hon-wtl- y kind, fine and large and go d morers, both In anonymous communl church and tho prospec'a are bright for a terest, which they have faithfully and we will remark that barnoss and under the saddle. I hare one of his Y. Sun. """ served.-- N. t bat with rery little handling trotted a 4 In 40 ratlnna alwavs co to the basket. The namo great revival. sec.; also another that was as promising, but owMrs. Willie Llllard Fithlan closed her A writer in a French medical treatise has ing to an accident has nerer oooa trained. Aba writer does not oecc;mrily have to ap of Ulenco, although a natural saddle horse, pear in the paper, but the editor must have meeting at Winchester last Sunday, The discovered a remedy for that moat annoying dallah a full mile on a 10 sec. alow track in 2 45. trotted or two months' a publication Sun sari: "Three persona confessed and affliction, the hiccoughs. It consUts of with six weeks Boyle county. Mr. handling, timed Hi PPlkv it before he can permit P. says he could by II. Topo, of both aa a matter of self pro- several others profea(d eanctiflcation and refrigeration of the lobe of tho ear. Very show a 2 30 gait any time. Call and ferny stock This is done one wsa annolnted for the healing of the slight refrigeration, such as a drop of cold before breeding elsewhere, and sare money, for he tection aa well aa in joitlce to everybody. possessed some ot the best running and trotting body. Mra. Fithlan is an able propoundcr water, is said to be sufficient. erowes In existence. lie Is a beautiful brown, 15W bands high (gelding measure) superior bone alof Iho ecriptures, and imprtBies one Afteh two daya and two nights of A winning will, a sunnv smile, a feather; and muscle and stands lor tho small sum of most steady snow, the sun came out Wed- filled with the love of God, and if she will $10 the Season or $12 50 to Insure. a tiny talk, a pleasant walk, together; a nesday afternoon and Its warm rays soon leave Mr. Fithlan at homo eho will be merry miss, a stolen kiss, deliciour; you ask I will also stind my finejack, much more successful aa an evangelist caused the "beautiful" to disappear. mamma, consult papa, with pleasure; and ics formed Tuesday night and Fthisnl is a failure as a preacher and both repent thla rash event at leasure. At 810 to insure. He Is 15 hinds 3 Inches high, wltn lino bane and as much style asahorso. lie enough enov fell In tha two dayH to make should not go preaching again until he haj a breeder and d Another prominent Mormon, Mr. will serrs Jennets at 120. Ilaresoaa three of hit a depth of two feet or more, but not more studied the scriptures moro and has taken Thomas E. Taylor, Bon of Johu Taylor, has colts from jennets that do honor to any Jack than two or three inches showed at any a course in the English language." Mares pirtrd with renders the seasoa due. betn arrested at Salt Lako City. Those who rare tradsd mares bred last season aro time, as it melted nearly as fast as it fell. Is due and exeected. Several more arreats have been made reminded that my moneync:ldents, but not responDave Prewllt, of Boyle, has engaged Care takeu to present The spell waa a most remarkable one ann Inter- - sible should any occur. I v v . n I anting the New York the- lamlx of St-- . rt.i f will p.lvo people something to talk about 5 cents. 1 eeted in the Broadway franchise bill I Adu -- '.men tor J une Ueli very at for years. Mam-brlnr; Ilam-bletonl?'-4 1 in of the Lincoln County Cooperation Meeting to be held at McCormack's church, Saturday, May 1st, 1SS0; meeting convenes at 0 o'clock A. m: 1. My Kxpciience in Mltsion Work, by S. Collier, Ltnrel. 2. Necessity and Advantage of Church Cocpeiation, O. W. Yancey, L.ncaster. Dinner on the Ground. 3 Our Immediate Work, J G. Living! ton, Crab Orchard, 1. Business. 5. Five Minute Speeches by the Brethren Present. Preaching by R. A Hopper, of Ltbanon Sunday at 11 o'clock. Subject: "The Great Commission." All the preachers and other brethren in reach are requested to attend. Etch church is expected to send delegates with amount contributed for county work for 1886. J. Q. Montoomeby, Pres. John Bell Gibson, Secy. Cooperation Meeting. The following ia tbo programme make the William Hubble's. On Timn's two sons f . at j rt A i F -- And lots of 7f. CLEVELAND AND TALMAGE, Atd four Jacks at my own stable. The old ison Jack, old , C3-.EID- Nr Mad- SIEIEID In Papers in Packages. Black Hank, PlillTliompjoii, JooDluck-bur- n nnd Orlgliam Young-Colts or Prince, the to A Jack, all at $10 Insure colt our way until weaning time. lien retained on all colts tor the season. Description: Clerelsnd Is a deep bay. IB hands high; Talmigelsis; tianjs, a beautiful brown with fancy mirks. PcdlgTe: Call and see the horres andjtcs and see what they can do. IjEVI lIUIJnLE. (I12.lm) bob-taile- d Job F. Waters. Thomas D. ItiKET. WATERS & RANE Y 3-ER;00- Waterloo ! This trotting bred stallion will make the seasoa of If 60 at our stables In Mllledgerllle, Lincoln Co. &1 K MAra STREET. Bugsr, Coffee, Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Potatoes, Mackerel, Syrups, Molasses, Cheese, Come with the tldo to us Jor - - STAMFORD. Candies, tn InanrA SO n T.tr. luff Colt, Or 112 ifa kKA VW Ai3i Jm Y Banannas, Oranger, tolmureamare In foal, money due when AifbsSS'' st !ziBPNMA Rf39i5i-!?- j. ftStiWMnlHB&ifiEJK JMPHPH-9 MLwBtmmmvTir IRr ' Hf --tali " Lemons, Dates, Figs, Raisins, Preter ret, Jelly, lnt Abdallah Gloncoe EC. C. 8-i- RUFLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, a. Wall Paper, 'hBVVVH u Furniture, Con-eldera- MoELROY, Arst-cla- ss Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. lsafirst-clusjackao- V- ..... Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest B. K. WEAR3Hr, ?i y Scn-8HetHBlnltrior Ml lournal OklAT DISTRESS. HAPPY DRAUGHT8. In mellow sunlight tlcpt tho silent dell; Tho wind was still; across tho dosing glass I heard tho airy step of Summer ioss. I saw her kiss tho saucy pimpernel, I heard tho rustling sedge and willow tell Low in mine car, her Mossing; lad and lass Pledged blushing vows amidst a wealthy mass Of daisies, cowslips, and sweot heathcr-belL IN PEflSISTENCE AND INGENUITY OF THE PROFESSIONAL PAUPER. Cauro-o- a Woman silt h an Inrallil Hue-Imiand Three Sutlerlng Chtlilrcn Tha Taclal Muaclo Thoroughly Under ControlA Professional Whine. f ul There ran a whisper through tho listening sky ; "Look up nnd fear not; do thy work hi joy; Train nervo nnd slnow in tho glad employ Of siruplo souls U at neither strivo nor cry; Drink bnppy di nights of lovo that will not cloy, Life shall not fall thee, for DIVERSION Tin in grent distress, sir I nnd I roalljr don't know whom to appeal to. 51 y husband is lying sick in tho hospital leaving mo with thrva children at homo and no food to put into their mouths. Tho landlord snysbo'U turn us into tlio strvot at the end of tho week." The speaker was n woman of about middle nge, of shabby genteel appearance, s ith wan, wrsirUexl face In which each feature seemed to vlo with its neighbor in tho expression of unrompromblng melancholy. The man appealed to was Handing talking to tun others In front of a Now York hotel, and hi ill-- it inclination was to say: "I'vo ntlhhur for you!" but, turning to do so, ho was struck ith tho evident helplessness of tho woman M portrayed In her npjKxir-ric- o nnd tho pleading tones of her voice. Instlnrt-ivet- y hLs himl went into his pocket as did that of ono of hU companions, tho result being a small donation of silver from each. Tho third man looked at tho woman unHo carefully knocked tho ashes moved. from Ills partly finished cigar and waited tatiently until the others wero ready to tho interrupted conversation. 'Come, John," said one of them in tones of entreaty, "give the woman a quarter''' "No," replied John, "not o penny, I never givo anything in tho street" "But thi is a very deserving and pressing caw." (Here the woman at his sido broke into tonrs.) "It may lie, indeed it seems to be, but I'm not sure of it. Ill tell you what I'll do; I'll gtvo her a great many quarters under a certain condition." "What is iU" asked the friend, and tho two meat and tho w omen cauio closer to hear tho answer. "Tha condition Is this" (John was now will speaking directly to tho woman): "If go to tho offices of the New York Charities Organization Society association at 0 o'clock, toll tho same same story you've told hero and their investigation shall substantiate It, I'll prombo to give you 810 myself nnd see tliat you nnd the children are taken enro of until your husband is again nblo to work" "Thank you, sir," said the woman, as she dried her eyes, "they'll find it just as I havo (loop-Matere-su- thy God is nigh." W. L. Courtney. A WITH WINCHESTERS. told you, sir." THEr MET THE NEXT MOKXIXO. 1 he next morning promptly tun three men im nt the office of the hew York Charities Organization society. Tho woman did not comet "There Is no chance of that woman here," said one of the officers of tho sex-- ty after listening to the description. "She s n nrcfepsionnl pauper." "Do you mean to tell me," demnndod ono el tho visitors, "that that poor woman's were but tho expression of n simulated nnd . not a real sorrow, that tho unmistakable fciglis of suffering which I saw written indelibly nil over her face were only afieeted" "Yes, sir," replied the officer, "that's what I exactly mean to tell you. Tho professional lauper, constantly making what wo call a long face, finally gets the facial muscles sc thoroughly under control as to bo able at a moment's notice to assume tho expression ol abject suffering and woe. Tho younger members of the profession can thoroughly relax the facial muscles w hen the object w hich called them into play has been achieved and tho face may then be made to resume its normal condition of cheerfulness. But with the old stagers it U otherwise. A constant straining' of theso muscles In draw ing down tha faoe so develops them as to mako them always prominent, and hence their natural ex- con-.iu'g WonShootliiB lit a llenr In a Tree-To- p derful Vltnlltj Death to Dor. Tho dogs wero grouped nt tho foot of a plno trco so tall that w hen wo looked up nlong tho trunk wo had to hold our hats on. There wasn't a limb nearer tho grofinil than 100 feet, nnd on a limb so fnr nbovo the lower ono that ho looked no larger than a ooon lay "We mint co hack to the old apostolic a bear, apparently as cool and collected as if methods of doing thing," says the Wtstern ho didn't Uiink it posslblo for a ball to get up Iiceonler. Thtn jou will have to givo np that for and disturb him. All thrco of us whanged awny with our your mourner's bench, your experience "Winchesters, and every shot told somewhere telling, your voting people to utptiaui and on tho bear, for wo could soo him giro a start membership, and, what is dearer still the after each one But ho kept low on tho limb go back until I sent a fourth ball into him. Then he namo Baptist. In a word, if you jumped up, mid crawling along tho limb until to 'old apostolic method.." in all respects ho reached tho trunk ho raised up, totttrod a in which you have depsrted from them, minute, and then fell with a howl that mads there will not be enough of you lift to tho dogs yell with joy. Tho bear shot down I toward tho ground, right along tho trunk of mark the place where you now stand tho tree, nud, after falling fifty feet, he Apostolic Guide. turned a complete somersault, which brought During the twelve months of last year, him with his paws against tho tree. Quick as lightning ho grabbed for it, caught it, 47,000,000 bushels ol grain were shipped and his hold was strong enough to stop hit from New York, and of this there went out in fall. Ho hung there for a moment, and 1834 blood from his wounds pattered down to the to American bottoms not onebushel. In ground like tlrops of rain. there were two small shipments under the Tho dogs woro wild with cxcltMnent, and Uagofthe United States. Lit year not their yelps and barks and tho bowls of the Of the 1,191 vewe s which rarried wounded bear, dying as ho bung In mid air, one. this immenre amount of freight acrows the were enough to work tho coolest of bunton up to the highest pitch Of excitement Pres ocean in 1SS5 moro than half were British. ently tho bear's hold began to weaken. II In round numbers 44 000 000 bushes went slid down a few feet, managed to stop him-sol- f 000.000 in ships under again, but only for a fow seconds. Then in steamships, and 3 he slid again, slowly at first, but moro rapidly sail. twenty-flvas bo came down, and when Thomas C. Jenkins, of Piltibunr, Pa., hre feet of tho ground ho lost his grip on the wholesale grocery and flour tree, and with a yell that I guoss you could the largest hotpe in the world. It b two hundred and liavo heard a milo ho fell heavily in the midst of Uie dogs. They mounted tho jwor wounded forty feet lone, one hundred and. Ofty fret brute as ho lay. Tho bear rallied, roso to Idi wide, six stories high, making ovtr five feet, and then to his haunches, and quick ai lightning caught a dog under oncii arm. acres of floorage, aim a awitch from tl e There were two wild yelps, and two dogs wen Pennsylvania rtlrod, running through crushed to death in tho bear's hug. Then th the bailJinir, holding eljht freicht cm st Iwar fell to the ground ns dead as a stone, II mirk of th house was shot through tho heart and tho kidneys, ono time. Tno trido Frant." -- Lp',",bu'B and yet lived all that time, New York Sun. is "The Not all have learned tin fine art of leave taking in an appropriate manner. When von aro about to depart do so at once grace fully and politely, with no dallying. Don't say, "It ii about time 1 was going," and then begin again and talk on aimlessly for another ten minutes. Some people have such a tiresome habit. Thoy will even rite and stand round the room in various attitudes beeping their hosts aleo standing, and then by an effort succeed in getting as far as the hall, when a new thought strikes them. They brighten up visibly and for some minutes longer, saying nothing of importance, but keeping every one in a reetlei-state. After the door is opened the pro'onged leave taking begin, and every body in goneral and particular is invi'cd to call. Very likely a last thought strikes the departing visitor, and his friend must risk a old in order to hear it to tho end. There is no need of beloij clTenalvely ab rupl; but when you ore ready to ko, go, and have dono with it. a TRE COMBINED 8TAI.MOM 'OH COUGHS A'nO Qhk.jP a?u2-srxci'j- Your Hair should be your crowning glory. Aycr! - Hair Vigor will rcstoro tho vitality nnd color of youth to hair that has becomo thin and faded ; and, whero tho glauds nro not decayed or absorbed, will causo n new growth on bald heads. tho youthful color and vigor of tho hair bo preserved to old nee? llcnd tho following, from Jlrs. O. Norton, Somen Hie, Mass. : I havo used Aycr's Hair Vigor for the past 30 yenrs; nnd, although I am upwards of CO, my hair i ns obundaut and lossy y ns when I was 25." assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hair Vigor will comlnco you of Its powers. Mrs. M. E. GofT, Lcad llle, Col., wrltci: "Two years ago, my hair having almost entirely fallen out, I commenced the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. my hair U 20 Inches long, line, slrong, and healthy," nud strengthened by tho uso of Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho hair regains Its youthful color and vitality. Kcv. II. 1 Williamson, DaUdion College, Mecklenburg Co., N. a, writes: "I hnvo used Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho last ten yenrs. It Is an excellent preservative." tho uso of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. D A. Dadman, Wntcrloo, Mo., had hi hair restored to Its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, and vry gray. Ho writes: "Only four bottles of llio Vigor were required to rcstoro my hair to Its youthful color ami quantity." HKVi ctfSSfo Thli rlns roniblned itilllon wilt mako my liable, neir Hhelby City, In uncom couniy, on tno Pimiuy Liiy nnu linou Lick turnpike road, at $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure a Oolt. Description and PeUlgreoi-ScooJewel Ii a blood bay, with b'ark mine and tall. 15 liindi .1 Inchei high, with line it j le an I action. HoUO remold thli Hprlng, wai iirni oy iiwn (.uoninjiumi Jewelf, he b r tno ritnous om wainiiuton ncn- mark, Flnt Um lllnule. br McDo al.l'a Ual- corn; zj dim by We in i ruiailer; a I dam by a son ot Duty Crockett; 4th dam by n valtiablo old and die mire. imhIUfm unknown. Mr. II. C. Parrln'i Old Minnie, Jam of Second Jewel, wia premium aolinat, from a colt to an need mire Hxmii.I Jew el haibeen shown Iwriitr-rou- r tluieinud wore tho only twice, ed lick tie twentr two lie nude ten sliowi Uit esaton at DanTlllo, Htchmoiidand Lealn'onand Klrkstllte. wore tin blue rlbboiii. Paitunift will be furnlahrd nurei nt reasonable Partlnx with mates dtWu the luiiirance. Men roUlued on a'lrotta until aerslca charge are paid, I will aln lit tluaaineatablej tlio One jack nd tlmm-drleite. ust SECq5rEWEIa ! theiM-onoflSSd- nt MAY jyn 0i li v ET cv :: js: xj 3l x, es x isr. ., ii, rroailiMefiktitatatm. 'rlw WW -- r m To-da- y K . p- RENEWED rt. ta BLACK HAWK! At rtS'tolnjurcallre colt woney due when the coll Ii foaled or u re pirted with. Hlick Hawk Ii a coal black G yenno d thli dprlng, II handi3 tachei hl)ih. He wi ilred hy Caldwell' Young Hlick Hawk, ha by Vclcolpode, he br Uobtrl aon'i Ill dam wai Hauimon, ho by Imp. by StlKall'a lllaek Hawk; 2d dim wai railed by, B tiles Maxwell and wi an Imported Jict. Mn-imot107-t- ll m.ll.la ItUlrflhOU r.lll.tff Hivirr e twi, Ciibi. Crn 'i' "'.' int Chi.i f.ml M HwntOru a 4 ' ! -' ' M (,. ), .,rrttil rilitl, ff u tHri. -- ' M. V A, TAV10R. Atlanta. Ot. alteu ' "', "''KiaMraiir coroui. ac i.. ,."'"' " C'W TnUlag. ririilt bl """' ' I .i. not rilulpi 'i.uiriin - St aal itlau ttih T vrivf moraine j(fi,thti UnMti . w Mnmhrbfarapil w a vim u b.illai w. 1" -s. mill .is rrt ttrrt ,iii ai la tl Roailoia Riiim. . C"m, v-- ,1 ,i Itoth lor ill by Dr. At , I iSOUHNK, Stanford tjt i f V T. N.IMMMJK. Mielhy tilr, Ky. MYERS HOTEL, STAITFORD. KY. E. H. BURNStDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains itg High Roputation, AMD Vermont Dansllle pike, at Hambletonian. eases of tho tculp. 1 H. Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I had been troubled for years with a dUcaso of the scalp; my head was covered with nnd the hair dry and harsh. A j er's Hair Vigor gave mo Immediate relief, cleansed the scalp, and rendered the hair soft and pliable." dan-ilruf- TTQTKTr AJ'cr'llIa'rVIgorcurcsdls-UiaLH- U Thli fine itilllon will make the iaon ol IMd at my p ace, ibreeniltralrom Htanford on the Htantord A $15 to Insure a Maro in Foal. st-SrV- & Ayer's Hair Vigor, rREl'AUKD Dr. 11Y o J. C. Ayer &, Co., Lowell, Mau., V. 3. L. For sale by all Druggists. Ague Cure IS WAKRANTKD to euro Fcu-- and Apue, Intenulttcnt or Chill Fever, Foor, Dumb Arup. Illllous Fever, Ucnpie (or ,llrllk-b(uo-, Fcter), Liver Complaint, and nil illicnsos nrMinj from Malarial poisons. r lie-mittent AYER'S !I Ii a l.l.rk. fcilrd In t immii lM2.ilxleen bandi hlRh, by William Wlch. br Ujfcljke'i liimbletunlioj lit dam Kate by tllira Appointment!, or Atten Vermont; U dam Hlick ttwan by ll'lm'i York-hirby Imp. Y'orkihlre; S.1 dam Little Kmlly lir tion to Comfort or Waaner, by Imp. Waner; eih dim hiallr lipeed their Oneitt. by imp. !TlatIian; 3th dam by Paekole, Cthdam by Otandilw; 7th dim br Marylacd Piiwolx; 8th dam by Hannibal, 9h dam by Bllky, br Pnw-e- l. (See Kmllr tipKd In Itrure'i rttud Ilook, Vol. Baccage will be esareyed lo and frowi the d Vermont Haiubletonlan If a very I, page fOl free or charge. Npeelal acratanodatleai laid. going, with flneityleaud lon, good action to Conraerelal Traseleri. The liar will Ired William Welch, with prWale record ol 29. alwM iaBlled with Ik chotreil Vertannt belog a grand ion ot Ityidrke'i llauible-Ionian- , krandi or Ltqaori aid C'laar. the grand! lire llrlng, ind Olll'i backcl by tborbuh bleed, ought to nuke a one itock horse. I will alao itand at tbo rime place a flu Jack, Imp Vlctaw. e, Ita Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be riecond to no Ooantry Hotel in the State in iti Fare, KS II THOS. llVlliSHOX. O. &M. I l!I.MHMVTin:itS. -- OHIO 4 MISSISSIPPI e. Pwt. A New Kink In Cremntlnn. William Lowrle, tho superintendent of the gas works at Monongahela City, lias made a new discover' In the cremation line by which ho can cremato bodies on u now and Improved plan. By his plan tho remains nro not ro iluced to ashes, but, on tho contrary, ho will tako the body nnd in n short timo return t friends the residuum, which t hoy can stand up in the corner or keep in any shapo that their tastes may divtiro. Lately some of Mr Lowrie's friends killed a coinuioimiztxl doi. and brought tho remains to tho gas works. Thoro was no gas being made nt tho time, tin retorts all being empty. Tho dog wai weighed, and balanced in tho scales at thirty-eigh- t pounds. Tho retort being boated to a proper degree tho body was shoved in, and the caps screwo on. Tho gas gaugo was watched, nnd it woi found that whilo his dogship was being he mado 180 feet of gas. In the course of a couplo of hours tho retort was openoc and the frame of tho onco active oanino ro moved. Instead of bofng indnprnt! Intr ashes, tho framo was whole, being formed Inte a perfect pieco of coke, with heart, liver auc ribs all intact The residuum could be handlec with no moro danger of breaking than ax ordinary pieoo of coked coal, and when ro moved but. a. very slight odor was ernlttcc from tho retort Confinement in the air tight retort caused the body to coke insteoc of reducing it to ashes. Pittsburg Letter. incin-orato- An xchnue sye: "The younir nun wh'irttni around church door nn esrth, cf way, will nn gome day hsng around the gates of Heaven whil decent people go In, nud the first will be hu' t thlnir they'll kow the will hive to loor lor in forvr ail 'her " feri r ncc .inmrniations elsewheie . is to have the largest 600 by 400 feet, and cv'iig 54 000 000 Ii will be built in strictlv Moorish archiuclure, f ccquina . Ssx lbl4'i Par-rl- I Lead Thedlrrclthroujh line and old eitahllihed rout from wichlnc people com'ng out. and spilling Gilt Edge &ffllver King Loui.villo & Cincinnati to St. Loui and all point, in tho Wost. iwom I'aiiyTrilnifruinUdlisllle Thrti Tralm 'l Dally CI, I'l lr icort 8.. Auguuioe, Fl "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SSJ. "For eighteen months sitf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure used a bottle of Aycr's A$itc Cure, and have never since had a chill. I I EDWItf HARPER." Druiats. Only Lino by whloh yon got a Through Sloopiug Car oan finu ini'nta. prdturrv uokoown Tbey will mak t!ie arawaot 1SS4 at J I: ', From Clnelnatt to 81. xul. one tall from rllialerd un lb lluitonrllle plre. (Mil IMeeliadirk brown, 16 hD.li high, I TllO O... .&M !l,b, irohi" UulirllU "lnc ran uia iuw ?piiaj, aou win liana ai 'hr,M'Jh ... . $10 to IiiMirp a I.hliif- - Coll. Plred by IlubbU'i Denmark, known ai On Time. Klntdiin M!ll Mountu by IiIdciod, Jddaio br Young Amirlra, be by Tayloj'i Mr Only tngir, SI .Uui by Mlller'a Oenmark, wlileh glrxi him a itew4ferrMfA4 to f'rf-i- t in letnrtl, Ithdiu by Jim Belt, oreof thabeat r rhorwiot Tho blldit Sihdim a lio'rvl Ntdlle mire l.rmwhl lMIII. from CltUnnatl le Kt to hom-- to at, Loulirllleiol fmclnnall lula. ground and mixed witn oment, A be ready 'or next wiuttr buinees and fountain will occupy its interior garden cour'.and an orsngeRrove is ta be planted on one part of tl e roof. td will Dr. J. rnnpAitED by C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all ...wU0n.ii lonr. iioii, all oilirr mide up cf a combination pftmall HE BEST browed n"n Ji"n ! health, and the true way to limure health Is to purify your blood with A j er's Sara-parlllMrs. Llla A. Cloiiuli. TA Arlington it., Lowell. Mass.. wriK's: "Kvery winter nnd spring my family. Including myself, use aevcrnl bottles of Ajrr's Kxperlrnro has coinlncrd ma that, as n powerful boon ever a. living, becomes ono of melancholy. So" it u with their voices. The professional pauper'i voice Is so constantly pitched in pleading, whimpering tones that very soon it gets down to a whine as its normal condition. So skillful do they eventually become in assuming the manner and tone and appearance of a really suffering and dcberving person that they will often deceive those having exjwrience in such mutters. They have reduced alms getting to an art and mendicancy to a science; their tears come without sorrow and their nerves twitch without pain." "And w hy," demanded the questioner, "ii tho professional pauper is such a skillful netor that ho can present a perfect picture of woo, with overy little detail carried out with faultless art w hy, I say, if he can do all this does ho not forsake mendicancy, which Is but un certain and desultory, at best, nnd toko to the stage, where such superior mimicry would insuro him an honest competence "I'll answer this question," replied the officer, "if you w ill expV.ln to me why the cracksman, who is at onco n metal worker and a mechanician, and often a shrewd man of business to boot, does not confino himself to legitimate entorpnes? I might guess that it was liecatue his iiutincts ore vicious, and that getting a living by honest means would take all the sauce and flavor out of life for him." Brooklyn Eagle. preiinn. nor itisrnivnij now wn ttcy pre has just teen found at A F.nkliii-othe bottom of a straw suck, havit g taken refoge there from the big now of Jan. 9 last, and was caught by the fall of the stack. -- pufnt Im8 8he was very wtll, considering her tay two months and a half without food or ter. Buckleys Arnica Sahe. TbetxntSaWe Sortf.e-HBbeu-ni, if f he will seek tome more congenial field, a Maine linyfMd. Then again, to form the habit of the lackey by living on fees, Li mentally if not ilnaucLtlly belittling, unless oneislxMit on purely ps etiological study. -per-lia-- Hotel Walters. A Bowdoin college student, who says ho has been there, git es Ids views on tho romance and profit of spending the summer vacation as n hotel waiter. Ho says tho summer months arc given the student to rejuvenate his mental faculties nud tona up his physical constitution, nnd tvuiu? to think the one is not accomplished- by association with the help uaLHilly employed around hotels, or the other by sleeping in lauudrie. or under bowling alleys. As to the financial f'ictM of the scheme ho is equally skoptical, his exjwrluneo seeming to have been that the croits got the greater part of his perquMtos or ' aes, emphasizing their demands, wlmuhe Sosdlpo-eto lo lss generous than they wished, by furnishing such poor food nt tho tnblo presided over by him that the guests rov in rebellion. He was forbidden to tnU to any of tho guests, and ordered to keep in the back part of the house. It i to lo prusumed that next season nn College Student The Orient Valuation of Ids Own Genius. Victor Hugo set a high valuation upon his own genius. It is said that, in speaking of n continued existence after death, ho declared that only In a future llfo should ho attain the trtis, gi eatness w hlch his earthly career merely ' promised. "At present," said he, ' I am but tho of an archangel" Youth's CoinixMiluti. tad-pol- o c is a pair of The latest bit of parlor scales with wbLii to weigh tlie baby. bric-a-bra- filfyl ....f.1' Borrowed trouble is the undertaker's best frieixL Lige Brown. 9.' - W In Autria.th unny sprf oons vaccinated 4' merit, and are popular with the thereby auitalnln ttie reputation of bolni alseways e.tcrpriilng and etcr reliable. lITln Tho Hector nnd the Doctor. cured the Agency far tho celebrated Dr. Klng'i "Tho two learned pcojilo of tho village,' will loll It on a says Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, telling ol New Dlieorery for Coniuuiptlon, guarantee. It will mrely cure any and his fanciful Arrowhead Villngo, "wero tin positive and Cheit, rector and the doctor. The he two worthies erery aitetlon ol tho Throat, Lung youtocall kept up tho old controversy between the pro- and to ih'jw our confluence, welnrltJ (I) fessions which grows out of tho fact lhat one nJ gt a Trial Bottle Free. studies nature from lielow upward, and the Positive Cure for Piles. eay that other above downward. The lwtor main To the peopled thlicounty wo would tuinod that physicians coi.tractod a squint we hare been given the Agsncy of Dr. Marcblst's which turns their eyes inwardly, while the guaranteed muscles which roll their oyo.1 upward become Italian Pile xiernai, euro or money refunUeJ-inicrpalsied. Tho doctor retortAl that tho theolog- to Itching Pliei. Prlto 50c n box. ical student develojod n Jiird eyelid nicti- Bllud Bleeding or AMcAllitcr, Druliti. tating mombruno which Is so well known in For eale by Penny birds, and which serves to shut out, not all Mat Can Be Done ? light, but nil tho light thoy do not want." By trying ajaln and keeping up courage many Exchange. miy be attained. thlDgi icemlngly lniposdlbln Hundred! of hopeleeacaif" of KUney and Urer The ltuln of u Fine Plantation. CmpUlntharo ben cured by Electric Bitten, h, -- tvnen mo city oi Augusta was built. vain. So says Congressman Baruuj, meaning the sfter eterythlng else had been tried In try Elecyou, but Georgia city of tho name, "tho finest planta doo'l think tbero It no cure tion in tho world was ruined. I havo never tric B Iters. Tber.) U uo medlolne to sift, o pure soen Much soli. It will grow anything from a and eo perfect a Blool Purlfler. Liecttlc Blttera watermelon to an onmge. Tho most beauti- will cure Dyrpcpdi, Dlabete and all Dlieaiea of ful and luxuriant vegetation I over saw was the Kidneys. Invaluable in affectloni of Stomach on tho truck farms about Augusta." Ex- and Llrer, and OTercome all Urinary Difficulties change. Urga Bottle only 53 ccntj a bottw at renny a McAltiter. Cheap KoprlnU for tho Aluiond-Kyct- l. THE KEV. tEO II. THAYEIt, of Bourbon, The Chinese and Japanese governments aro lDd.,iayi: 'Both iutmU nd wife owe our llres translating and publishing nt a cheap rate CONSUMPTION CUKE. For sale many of tiieliest English text books. Most to SHILOH'a nf rrofetfapr TyndaU's works, for Instance, at M. L. Bourne't. AKE YOU MADE mlierable by Indlgeitlcn, havo bueji translated nnd printed in Chinese, ConiUputloo, Dlnlncn, Um ot Appetite, Yellow and are issued at a merely nominal sum. Bklnf Sblloh'i Vltallter l a poiltlre cure. For Chicago Herald. sale at M. L. Bourne's. WUY WILL YOL' cough when Shlloh'a Cure Fifty daily jiapers are taken nt the Whiti House. will give Immediate rellvtr Price 10c, 50o and tl. For sale by M. L. Bourre. SUILOU'3 CATAKP.1I HEMEDY- -a isltlTo IimV t c... .1. I tl ttv ' l. am i.unjiuuia, I cure for t.atarra, uiuniiitna . r- - ... . man en j thing." For tale at 41.1.. MiWi, well-knopeo-plOlntuvent-empbatlcally nai, Gen. Hancock Ilelped Cook the Dinner Ono of Gen, Hancock's Washington f riendi was a liquor merchant named Esberg, wh kept a bachelor's hall at Georgetown, was i great favorlto with public men of all politics and had a French cook of reputation and f good wine collar. Whenever Gen. Hancocl came to Washington Esberg used to give hhr a dinner, after which would cotno a gamo ol whist, the stakes to go to the servants. One day dinner was set for 0 o'clock one Hancock was invited. Tho chef tarried toe long at tho wine cup and fell into n stupor, When tho guests arrived nothing had beer dono toward getting dinner ready. The gen oral suggested that they should cook tho din ner themselves. A half dozen canvus back ducks and n dozen fillets wero hunted up, tin table set, and in of an hour e good dinner was ready. Hancock helped cook tho ducks, and timed them with lib watch, droisod tho salad, and ato with grenl glee. "Thank heaven," ho said, "wo aren't al the mercy of a drunken cook, at least so fui as opening tho claret nnd champagne an concerned. This Is tho Ixst dhmer 1 have had since tho war." New York Sun. threo-quartors Fsrer 8ore, Tetter, Chipped Hindi, ChllbUInt, Corn and all Skin Eruptloni, nd politely curst Piles, or no pay required. I, Ugusranteed to glte perfect ttitfctton,or money refunded. Price 23 centi per box. For wile by Penny A McAIUtar. Wonderful Cures. W. D. IloytA Co., whole le and retail ay: "Wo hire been selling Dr. Klng'i New DUcorery, Electrlo Bitters and Bncklen'j Arnica Baits fortwo yean. Hare nr-e- r handled goods that tell as well, or gire inch There hato bcea tome unlTer- -l aUlifactlou. wonderful cures effected by these medicine In this of pronounced Coniumptl n city. Sereralc-i- ei hare boon entirely cured by the uie of a lew bottles ol Dr. Kltg'i New Dlicorery, taken Inconnec-tlowith Eleclila Bitter. We guarantee them (I) alwayi. Bold by Penny A McAlliUr. n In the world JorCuU. Brulte Blood purifier, It is ery much superior to any other preparation of, .Snruparllln. All persons of scrofulous or u:iitiuiititc nnd especially tlcIU-a'chlldron. are sura to bo ritmHv liomtltrd by Its , use." J. W, Stnrr, loun, srll)-- : "For yenrs 1 was troubled v. ith crofu-lou- s t romplultii". I tr!I n n il preparations, uhleli il d lin- - li'U, If anj, good. Two bottles of A'r's SirapH rllla cffei'tpil a coinplet euro. It I mv opinion llir: this tiKdicine It t.. lct e tlirTs-rrii- e on all tralm, DlUKn$rit!?ZLeuaD'x!l0Dyr' wad. In UNION wlLh dlserslng line, br theO, A M. lUllway, thui arofdln,: tnhleseme Irani-fe- n to Insure coll. money due at weaning time by other routes. He u a blown Jack with white pclnU.S inii o d Ti-!lLIs the only line J!l".,.?,''',i In June, 13 nandi blub. He.. waa ilrr--l t.r .Mkln' ,il Loulitllle, Onelnnall and MU Uutl lTf ,,,.,, IU.UU k. I. viu 4t.k.ll. .... Dm tL'llll.h. u -- ..r. uu. uj aillj, nil uianazTineni. runnin all Ii. ,u llpandheby King I'nllllp. hli oonl ilam by li recogolied rint-Cla- ii'"' """"i "u ItouU. be- MoreCaitle TneMor Caiilejick lialirgagrey iween inoao Ctile. UO-l- f ;. . it. If. I Uit i..MrpI7.,0."fkel Agenta of wnntcllng llnea for parllculan ai to rale, time, maw, circular! or any drelred Information, or wrlle ! ImiiV it LMittf iu .'. u. Trar. Paia. Aa'tfi ' A M' . '. y. K W. M. PEA W..HIIATric Prta. and Un'l Man'gr, Will make the ieoa of (ion. Pau. Ag-.sf i Cincinnati, O. li5at my Hrery Mlahl.i lnbunford, Ky., and will be permlttMl to aerre a limited numb rot ma aiat Hltrer King will be llralled to 13 mar.- -, at the lime rate, lie II 3 years old thli t!prlrg, Ii a beaulllul biy, I bindi 8 Inches high Will alao Jack, iuw at fame puce tail ffl, Cii lot reutei being roadi. Mlisla.ry lUllwar ruai P.IatUI en tralnr, Par- oudiy train.; Elegant .uxurlant Day Coach- STEVE WALKER. AlN Bay trl. "ri" J. J. ts. Danville Wilkes i. t, blood An Enterpriung, Reliable House. P.nnyA McAllit-- r cn always b relied upon notonlytoeirry In itoik the bet of ererythln buttoiccurothe Agency forauch articles as have Purifier of thodfcj." r writes: I was troubled with n humor In my eje, and tuiublo to obtain lolicf until d Aer's Snrapnrlll'i. I l, eeial bottles, am irrently iiud believe It to bo tlio bit of Mood purifiers." H. Iliirri, Cn-i-- ( Hy, Uaimey Co., Dakota, wrlti' "I luo been mi Intense MifTirer, with Iisprpla, for the jwd threo ycnrj. Six months j,'o I lejran jt-aLcon.-ineuceIiiim-takebene-rUei- C.i:. Upton,. "For a nunilcr of II., o, ilired. HYO lo iniurn m,m 1. .vm.. ... ihn tha f.Ml la ii .... HU !... ...HI-- U tt.i IMIMI7U, Wl 8't.t tolniu'oa Hutu coll,a ilui whsn the co It Ii oiled. DaiirllU Wllkeili beautiful taabogony bay, a tandlnj 13m, h.ndi hlgb.nfKre.t trutllrc action and baa trotted bis ulla In 2.30: ousrli". in 27 with little bandllni at 4 yean, an I bai already dlitlrigitlthnl htuielfai a breeder He Ii a coun Uruirt or AlcTone. but a largir borae In ererr re- inect and hli cilt and blol line i,1io ilmllar and Is lheaiinre,nova from the great io Wllkei that Phil Tnompwa la Hli flrii ind only old that hli been hsndlnl Ii Willi. Vagrn, nan cd lo honor ufoneoflh falteit and brlghttn Jowe'i ot Indiana and Ii a worttir nsm ot ruyil bltod mlie basihuwisl a Kail rlovi hng bandlnl by a colon d buy. I.lie hur ilr., aba lui a UtI hrail and s ! rattLyle'a Dansllle WllkMliby Oei Wllkea, Jr; dam ol Dan t llle Wilkes br Hkadad1l , bkrdaddlt I I d.imnMkil addle brOliTfr; If Mel ,' Ul m Truruix'tiT; Sddau Aralut; 4th i!.i.i Imp. bj.ind Ea.lt, Slhdim Wild Heir, Clh t.tip and cun illl trite hi in furirer Into Ihe thoroEgli'irml faullansille lts If necenar. K on, the iliiu Wllkf. flnt dam Meiller by Waxr, Vddiio Hoe " ton' obi dam P'a-jtho Ireof MMley br llertbiunu lit dam by rtlonj V --- ftlK llin SfMlHlill. Due when rlcti are a uu-Z- CIESPEKEfl roa OHIO fly KiiHt & ......... KeutucUi'H Itotile Wanhinglon, now xorK, -- Philadelphia and The only line running PUMir.A.v xi:v sli:kiix(j cails AND KnoM l. toili A SOLID TRAIN Louisville, OInnlnnati Loxington, Kv,. to Washington Oity, Connecting In the aamo deit with Faat Truins for Now York. Tim Direct Route to Norfolk and all Ljiicaburs. k ,t b it will not b rcipoa tiknn to permit ac. ilhlwihuuld am nciir 110 tl T. XUXVEr.r.RV, SUnfjrJ. Pelrrl.dditiiTom (Iran fiirnln))ol II .1 and North Carollua Point.. For tickets and lurther Information, apply to your neareil tl ckr t oUlee or addrraa W. W. Mon. roe, Cicneril Agent, Ixlngtou, Ky. Ia.ulll., Vlr.lnla at Hi tier mnth Due onto W. ,. J. V HICHAM. 2d Ice Pealdent, UlnbmonD. If. w, VltM.KIl. (Jmi'I Vlrjlolt PiwVr Af'i ihso. tssa to uso Sarsaparilla It has ctrrctid an cntlr now us AYEK'S towtOfi In ICeutucky I am cure, and wdlainur." fr Sold by all Druggist. I'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Iir.J.C, Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S. A. will m.ko the inasiu of 1S33 four mllei weit of "tanlord, directly on the Knob l.lck pike and will, on account ot tho depreiilon orcr rTfrythlng. be eriiil ted li aerre mm en nt the extremely low prlrool SSii Tliomeoi tr tteri, rotuiiera ani morermo y ana riEIlOUGIITUUNIC LINE Or.t clan K.aterii h irsaa thin anr othr itilllon --- a fffl Jat 1? Louisville & Nashville E. R. -- L.&N. TUB OBI4T- - 10 THE- - rjlo llic Season op $20 lo Insure. SOUTH & WEST WITH PIANOS AND ORGANS. oracome louowiog mm excen nt iiMtruuiouu: Knabe A Co., Hareltin flroi , Dc"kor A son nnd Everett Piano. Ali, Clougn A Warren and tbo John Church A Co Organs Tlion Inilrumenti lire most excellent In tone.nf Rrcat diuablllty and wedefy co npetltlon. All of then, aro warranted for Utb years. Penny, Jin A H Hiferenos K. M. Crbenler, J. M Phlllpa, J. il. Muoru and James blan'or ; M. Magjlj Holiiiea, CrabOrclurd: Got. W. J Laudraui and MUi Lis-al- e Huffman, LaucinU'r, Ky Mcsari. 8. R. A L.J, Cook aro Agents far tlio John Church A Co. PUuoi nn l ()r?nti, which em- - LHE If HUFFMAN, OOce SUnOEON DENTISO BTANFOBD, ,Y. nM (1 r-- r' :. PnrNlt'n Bouth aids Uflln Street, two door: r.tov the Mrera Hoteli wbs t (Iraki furnlihoil at !2 per month Due care taken til prevent acctdenli or cicapta, but wil it t be Ih ibould aur ctcur black Nobhr Is a DfKrlplldii and white Irel, iniuiili high, a.UlliMtlllU alar In f.irobcal and Une mane anl nil nond, bony hands t luch high, to und neck, excelli-n- i ibotildnr, lis. Iioautllul birkaud lolu-- ln lict, faultlttjln armmair;aiid uoein't lire h atalllon will guarantee there a butter dunoilllon, and tliesu qualities ilIoiilKoniury, rohhy li ho Invariably Imparl, lo hli progeny thnelrootot Nubby, Jr , rucotd 20J ;. and aold Koch, Cut 11,000, when hunoled tery llttlo One of till itiiil OrleaiiH. colli trottol lait leaion, with Utile tralnlmr, In 2Su. auotlitr Iu 233und one In 28l,nrl waisold Ulaaiickllngi woro the tlea al the for f I.J00 Only one change to point i In Uuilonvllleand DanTllloKalraoTer rlfniof twen coltr. Ncbby wasolro ' by Ur-rar- d ty and tweniy-foi.- r Chief the lire or Haiti Dike, 2 Bed 'riv,k ass),,: u.) Arp, slie .l fit', (iarrari Cnlt by Uaiulrino iulel, 2 2lH, Lady Thorn, 'J I'hi WiKxtfotd Maiub Ino, dam by Prank; andotbcraiti llii'2)llit. Pint 2d dam by Aratm; 8ldam by ltjiljk'i HambleNobhs's dam ii tonian; lib duu by Dlome-JeBecking honiei on the line of thli ro 1 will receive tborouitbbreil ure, aatd tu be h Inm - Truuby luiursnce ipectal ratea. Parting with mates ahall furMt t In all cairn atd a lion retalued nil all eoiti until 4 gents of this Company tor raUsi.routei charge IjmI i For lii'ther nlormatlon. rttvleo V. .,' VltO It , Ac, or write cation aiidren C P. aTMOItB. tit W, ,M Mt. A Yhtt,'. 4aM., y 7. Pullman Palace Sleepers, lo Jt .:iHhill(, Atlandi, Jluuilrlila 5Iolllu xw Ulllo Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS li- "11-- " (IP'L