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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886041301 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. Semi VOL. XIV. w-8- 8e ,s, tAfv ICUI IV. ntefto IT F pl'IU $ lw4k NO. 115. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1886. N HALDEMAN of wonderful bucccm. Ilruce, not yet out of his 'teens, started a year ago to work hit way up in the journalistic world, by doing local on the Courier Journal. Two othor children, a bay and n girl nre n' school. From whet ha hten said it will he seen that Mr. Ilaldeman not onlt under- AIn Inicriorloumal -- AT 1'ntillHttcil TitcHtlitu r?'4 and Frlilnv LEXl rVNNUAI, OA.HH. AUCTION XiVcrythiiig in away down PRICES Sl.50 will be understood If ws credit pected and dcmandid. tht ex- lv A1Bbib1111111111111 W. P. WALTON. Essay on Loyo. Lore U a ilifesn. J.ikn tlio mumps, it is Boniethinc that everybody Is koIdr to catch sooner or later It is like the measles, the older you are when you fcet it the harJer it ko-- s ''l ou HDI' the Ioukt it taken to (jet over it Thre in no preventive Vaccination or Inoculation will not ksep it off. Cirbolio acid Unowerlew; onions tied up in the breath and worn In the evening have been known to cure mild cases. Love in commonly described t n illeve ol the heart. Thl is true to a (treat extent, but not altogether correct. The diagnosis of love is simple. There is generally a heart, and great deal o(pilplalon of tl-of eoftenlnr; ol the bralu; the symptom murclesol the fscs fnqaeotiy present a relaxed condition, and there is & distant, faraway look abant Ihe contenance at limes. At other timt there is a soft, subJueJ look about the eye; there is always more or less of the facial wus involuntarr convul-lo- n IT. clea and the joor vlciim k0'' around with very appearance of havinic the Saint Vitus dance. There Is a general derange, ment of Ihe nerrmi .yitrm; tun uflTr I feverish and csillr by spll, and there U always a certain amount of delirium; the appetite cravtM something eour. The con stitutlon h terribly shattered and there is a bjut tho while stranjofetl.nt o'mene system. Live attack b lib exes at all age, but ciinihsU its sevaritT reversely in each Youn;; glr'e and olJ man get it the worst. the The older, the m ire and ncUatliM c aim thl on tbe ground that thsy alwiT take ti wldnws or old maids. lr there l any thine in tbu wurM calculated to nuki hour headed wirdom totter on her thriiif, it is I e. People tht nervr eaujht this dtrea'S inarch throng! life In single file and are noted prlac'ptlly fjr their crtnkj cus e stands the practical art of miking a great newspaper, but also that of educating chll drcn to live of self relience and bard work. Mr. Iltldetnnn is strictly uprluM in all hie deallngn nnd whrdly Identified with tha Interact f his wctiuii; h libpial and publio spirited, aud Louisville m few He is more worthy and useful clfzen tho senior member of the dally press of Kentucky ami is one of the ami mot successful newpaper men f the country. 1 at El rll W P RS' DRY GOOD -- P WW old' 1 THE PRETTIEST AND BEST CALICOES Ever brought to town at 5 cents per yard; Comfort Calicoes 31c, in good, dark styles. 15c Worsteds 10c. The Bible. The writer of this .kulch of the life of W. X. Iltldcuian wa fur a inuutxr of years in his employ nr.d (he invitation of the Interioh Jouukai., to prepare this article, gives an opportunity to ay a Jew words abjut a remarkable tntu of whom little U known I !t I born April 27, 1821, John and Elizabeth Ilaldeman. His father was ol Swiss origin, but both of his parents were Pennsylvania!! by b.rth, and enrly in the century, settled at Loui.ville, when ne began life as cli-rHd was in a grocery. educated cbitlly iu ibe Mijuville Acade Fine Linen Shirt Bosoms, worth 23c, for 5c. All hinds of fancy things that were 15c to 25c my, and had for schoolmates Gen. Grant, no 5 cents. Henry Wadsnouh aud Tnouus A. toreral othere, who tiara since become prominent in the athirs of the country. In in the office 1810 lie bec-of the Louisville Journal, and was for sev So conic wlthlu ten days from this date and n dollar will go ns far as five dollars originally would. cral years intimately associated with Geo. D. Prentice. In 181 1 ho btcn proprietor if the DE. W. B. rENNJT, Alerm clocks, as is well known, after a XVlii Daily Dime, which he publUhel for a low lOontlst. time lose their power over a sleeper and STANFOUDD, KT. I liars juit returned from the city aud Icordlsl-l- y months, in the same year converting il f iil to awake him, slcco he become accu'-time- d lmlte you to call and see inr Llrgant Una of Office on Lancuter street, rext door to Intjj-rio-b into tho Morning Cwtritr, whlca he estab. to the nolso. To remedy thi de- Mllllncrjr tcfo e buying. 1 alio call attention to Journal office. Office houra Irora 8 to 12 . my finely selected stock of Ldlo' Unlfrwear -.- and 1 to S p. x. Anesthetics administered wheo a permanent fjuadttion in a city liahedon fect, an ingenious inventor baa added a and Notion, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Culfr and neceuary. .) which ban been fatal to uewfpipir dlttsrent cylinder, the bise filled with compressed CorseUof Draes. Iatyles. Ladles' at White Em. my itore In can te found broldered aed wntinued it publication air and the remaining apses with cold wa- the room lately Tcatod by thepoit-ofac- a. JIMS. HATE J) VDOEIl 4 It, with success, njkln it a cruit source of ter. A perforated tin tube is attached 110 2m titantord, Ky. in the State, until the baking out power Flgiuda. Land Gvtcahkiion. A New which i pointed in the direction node'. of the war. In fcptembir, 1611. the pub York paper has been exposing the nchemes Whrn the alarm bell goes ofl the pressure CJo 18. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER lication of the Courier in Louisville was of a lot of conscienceless speculators, who on the air i relieved and tbe water in NEAR DEPOT, STANrORD, prohibited; but, following the fortunes of have been inducing people in England and tho cylinder is driven out through tho STANFOKD, KY. edoe'. the Confederacy, ite paper wa soon after the Northern States to purchase town lots tube over tie head of tbe sleeper, who rot ileal. Flour. Bacon. Lard. Suzar. CoQae. But ter, Eggs, Canned Uoodi, Cbteo. Bologna, Cup d it ttid tu rsprueot Iot. Here is published nt Ni'tivillc, and, after the fall and orange grove In Florida, which ex is sure to b awakened by the shower Molassei. Jolly, Pre'erves, Apple Offers his service to the people of S anford and Butrer, Mackurel, P gs' Feet, tiplce. Pepper, Clove, vicinity. Long oxperleece and careful attention a picture of a piii ill boy who his a haw and of that city, at vailout other point within isted only on msp O Inner. Tea. Clnnamvo. Candle. Horn iny. Beans, Land wa being cold bath guarantee satisfaction. Building material ot evfouioei. unca fruit, ricaies, uraues, Lemons, ery description furnished at low rates. arrow, lie keep his arrow in a quiver, the Confederate lines. In December, 1SG5, for twenty dollars an acre which wa not Tobacco, Clean, Coal Oil, Soap, titarch, It is claimed that there are now 7,(K0,- - Ralalni, vinegar in ract anyming usually aepi in lie aim nearlr alwavs keen bis victim in he rvsumed the pub'ication of the Courier worth fifty cents. Nevertheless a good 000 Spiritualist liming, in tho United States, and a grocery. Foods delivered promptly to allpatta wiih extraorRquWer. This latli ajjke. I always try in Louisville, a.ain work is going on in Florida in the drainof town. Country produce taksn in exchange for L R. R In 1SG3, he, with Mr. age of the Everglade Swamps, in the ex- - while this is doubtless greatly exaggerated, goods.n Give lne a trial aud I will treat you fair. and work a joke iu somewhere. Cuptd is dinary success. it is certain that their numerical strength also said to uirry a bjllt of laudanum and Wat'ereon, of tte L)uisville Journal, con- - trenie southeastern part of the State. There i something surprising. Spiritualism la "Blne-Orns- s Route." to have a seven hooter in bis hip pocket celved the bold plan of uniting the riyal krc twentv million acres of these lands, ! an established fact, bat it is not eaev to seo for love i th- on' r sure cure Msrr age PPrr: and in one dy the ut i in was af- - nearly all of which will be reclaimed. He what good it does or what inducements it Shortest nnd Quickest Bouts from Oea Peck's Sun fto.ed and the people of Louisville aton-Utit- rJ i said to ba a benefactor of mankind, 1 to announce to his Tho tral Kentucky to all Points North, old out as a reward for these who etc readerseditor is Nom D. Plume, wno wrote Dr. that at tho apwaratiwUbf tho Cwncr-Jou- r who make two blades of grass grow where brace East, West and Southwest. The Stretdcnborgian Uea of the Plaee of Bourne's tunny advertisements, is deal. The it. St. Louis not. Shortly after thv union of the Courier only one was the natural product. Those large monies paid him for writing this column Etirlatttnq Torment Fast Line Between of brought on softening ot the brain and ho died and the Journal, Ibe Louisville Democrat who add to the available soil for man's too much aoartneaa. "What people do in hell," a sermon by Dr. Bourn Is determined, however, to give his LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI wa merged into the new paper. subsistence or comfort deserve and should II. K. TAYLOR, the Iter, Jabft Fjx. was read before the customers tbe benefit or this !arg salary In price. Schedule In Effect Oct. 11, 1SSS. The Courier 'Journal building is probably receive the gratitude of their fellows. Flor- Of LOO AN COUNTY, la a Besidea soiling Bwecdenborgian at their morning service CanJfdato for the office the fioeel newspaper office west of the Alle- ida growa the finest oranges in tbe world of Superintendent of Public Ioitructlon, lubJ'Ct Medicine Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods, MuMo. 4 No. 6, No. li yesterday. Accordtrg to Mr Fox, hell is to tbe Democratic tiute Convention. 8onrn-EcuHghany mountains, the structure being final- and yields an abundant supply of early Spectacles, Instruments, sic Merchandise, having law and an organised society, Ex. Ban, Daily Er. Sun. Jevelry, Dolls. Lamps, Fishing laclie, Ba end divided Into repirate communl. ly complotcd in Mty, 1S70, by the placing fruit and vegetable for more northern and 8 10 am S 10 pm 2 00 pm tors, Sponges, Knives, Paper, Blank Books, Lvo. Covington...., of thv Prentice statue over the main en- colder regions. It is a sanitarium, also, " Falmouth...., 0 55 a m 9 31 pm 2 82 pm lies, ors'alei a the klagd.ima of men in Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Class, Mix roa 11 11 02 a m 10 V9 p ri 4 3Tp m Cynthiana... cd Paints, BrushcJ, Varnishes this world are. II say.: "And we know trance the business, social and religious for people of weak lungs, but experienced Wm. Bearing & Co.'s Mowers, Bind tl 40 am ll 00pm 5 15 pm Arr. Parls Iu " Lexington... 12 17 ptu 6 17 pin physicians say that as health resorts, Coloabound with shrewd, cunning, hell inuil Drug tHore, all of Everything kept In a crs and Reapers, world Mr. lialdetutn is as unostentatious rado and Southern 11 45 a m 11 03 p m 525 pm California are preferwhich is new, frnah and auperinr, be has on Lve. Paris-scheming men, who would form govern80 Winchester.. 610 as a child; uoone works harder thtn Mr. able. band a ttoxen Jlachelora, 11 Kenlnckjr. any good looking lady who dealsand will furnish Arr. Richmond 12 vo pm 11 40 pm 7 25 pm Demorest'a Monthly. Crab Orchard, prr with him with i pm ments for their own lnteret and aggran ilaldeman and I doubt if anothtr man in " Lancaster ..... a is pm for list of choice or tbe lot. Watch this column dizement. Tnen If one j .in hinieii at last 6 00pm " Rowland There she sits, the old Cnristian mother, or call at names, ten thousand could have so mcccfully 2 05 p m .... Lve. Richmond.-..- .! to some cluty of devils tu one of the hells, pulled through as S SO p ml .... much trouble as he bus. ripe for heaven, Her eyesight is almost Bourne's New Drug and BBook Store. Arr. Horei... it is from choice. And the Lord finally Ills start in lif) was at the bottom, and not- gone, but the splendors of the Celestial Ci LlvlDgaton.-- .. 6 00am ... " permits it because, with jthe character he withstanding ty kindle up her vision. The gray light Dtfllrinj tocbaags mj rosltleace, I offer for -- le the fact th it the rjad has been Kobtii-BouhNO. 3 No. 11 No.l has formed by hi evil lite in the world, strewn with stumbling bluck', he ha walk, of Heaven' morn ba struck through tbe My Beautiful Suburban Home, it is better for such a one to be with his cd steadily on from poverty to eminence gray locks which are folded back over the 8 00 am Lve. Livingston . With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mile west of like, lie would be unit miserable to live 10 22 am " Berea Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1S8I. and wealth In his office be pvs strict at- wrinkled temples. She stoops very much Lancaster. The house I good, so are the out 11 45 a m Arr. Richmond ... U true, the life of houses; thersisagood orchard, Ac. Terms epual anions the atiirrl. It I have tried Bradfield's Ftimale Regulator, and Lve. Rowland ... tention to every detail; nothing e'Cipes his now under the burden of caro ehe uted to to cash. Address me at Lancaster, Lock Uox SO. 7 15 ami. ! an evil splrll in his own world i, in com observation. A two line find it splendid, and all you claim for it. 8 OS am Lancaster .. carry for her children. She sits at home; 103-- It 11. It, XOEL. paragraph in the 11 00 am, Arr. lllchtnond.. Resrectfully, Mattik A. Lowe. pariaan with heaven, most wretched and CourWrXTournal, cnitaininj an error of too old to find her way to the house of Qod, Lve. Richmond ......1 COUo 1 25 p ml miserable and full of pain and torments; "omission 7 03 a mi 2 25 am Due West.S. a, Nov. 17, 1S8I. Arr. Winchester or rommision," an insignificant hut while ehe sits there, all the past comes 8(8anv 325am, best of which the spirits are but it is the I have useJ one bottle of your Female Regular Arr Paris F20M item which no oua would notice', Is sure to hack, nnd tha children that forty years ago and can recommend it to tho public oa being a spe- Lvo. Lexington .. I 7 25 a m 1 40 p ml 4 20 pm capable In the true lihl of beiiven, the be reen by Mr. ilaldeman, and with their Lve Paris .............. 8 20 a m 5 30 p ml 5 20 pm it author tripped around her arm-cha& CO.. N. cific for the dlseaseaotwomen. " Cynthiana,.... 8 53a in 3 53 p ni 5 Stpm state of the lost nppetrs a it really b; and will be called upon to explatu. griti, and joys, and Borrows thore chil- BONANZi MILLS, - - - RICHMOND, KY. IlEsTKa Smith. Yours truly, 9 55 a in 4 4(5 p m S 57 pm " Falmouth thuilt look just a low and sordid aud dren are gone cow. Some caught up into Arr. Covington .. .111 80 a m 6 00 p in 8 45 pm lie is a positive character in nis like 14, ISSt. have a new Patent Process Mill and make They 8mlthland, Texas, Nor. dreadful and painfull and hopeless ns it Flour, which they aell at bottom price. Regulator and yonr and dislikes. A fnvor is never forgotten a belter realm, where they will never die, Mr. s MAYVII,Ln BHANOn. It. JXttchelt to serve them friends I hare been taking really !; and the evil spirit look a man, J. and vould be gladtravels for hla old In this think it a great medicine. Femalerecommenlcd is and other out in the broad world, testing section Havo by him, and this account in a great ( 109-- 1 ui) foul, but and deformed a they truly are. to several ol my frlendj, who' have used It with exctllenoy ol a Christian mother'd dis and many new ones. No. 61, No. W. for what those ignorant of his char the Nohth-Bocnmost happy results. Daily Dally In hell every one acta from the love of eel'; acteristic are plea'tvi 10 call "whimsical cipline. Her last days are lull of peace ICx. Sun, Ex. Sun. SI. Wiuilkt. Yonra truly, r. and so eery 0119 antagonizes every other, and calmer and sweater will her spirit be The Woolen Mills. It matter little whether associations." 2 00 pm Lve Covliiitoa Wcsterville, Texas, Nov. II, 1S3I. and would do harm rather than good, 11 come, until the gale of life shall lift and 7 25am 4 20 pm LoxlDton tho man Is white or black, saint or sinner Having ucd your Female P.egulator with great Bo S 20 a ra 5 25 pm " Paris il an external force did not prevent. 8 47 a in 5 43 pm if in an hour of need bo extended a help- Id in the worn out pilgrim into eternal Highest Market Prlco Tald for Wool. success, and also tho Mother's Friend with the Arr Mlllorsburg , hell Is governel by force; and evils are vio9 C8 a m 6 10 pm Carlisle spring tide and youth, where tho limbs nevsame result, I send you my thanks and beat wishing hand by word or act, that man ha a 11 in OS a m 7 07 pm Johcioo We are cow prepared to msnufacturn wool for lently repressed. If they were not. society should know of this " Maysvllle 10 50 a m 7 60 pm He has er cche, and the eye never grow dim, and farmers in the best manner, la we shall make a es. I tbluk every lemaleBradfield's Female Ilegu firm friend in Mr. HaUeuuti. WORK thla season, wo rrs- - boon to womsn, namely: would be utterly destroyed. To compel un "TTCToT 'No. 61" employee about him who havo grown the etnff of the exhausted and decrepit pil- specialty of CL'sTOSl to miuy wool made into Blankets, Booth-Bounysctfullr solicit Blocking Yarn, Flannels, Ho1 Is, lator and the Mother's Friend. Dally Dally willing (btdienoa, terrible punishment am Mr. Jauks Tiioursoir. gray In his service; with tbee men he is grim shall become tbe'palm of the immorRespcctlully, Ex. Bun, Ex. Bun AC, Ac. Wo will keen constantly on band a stock indicted, and the most vindictive crti'l'v la tal athlete.-Talms- ge. faexacting. They are the privileged not of goods wblcb we will exchange for wool on Linton, Ga., Nov. 10, ISSt. 5 45 a in 2 45 pm Lve Mayavliie.... Wool bought at the market price. ehown. The evil spirits are as bu.y ai class, coming and going at will; they have C 27 a m 3 23 pm Jonnson I have been using yourKeinale Regulator for some "What kind of a man is he? Good, bad vorable terms Prlrea for manufacturing when wool lsfrnlr-e- d is uctivr, 7 26 a m 4 25 pm " CarltslA men in this world are, and there Hnd spinning. are been with him for rainy years of aunshine or indtllereni?" ' Mllleraburg. 7 48 a m 4 47 pm "Well, that depends a Carding as follows; Curding and and twisting,!6tc; time with the best of results, andbest it to be Just 2uc; what you claim for It woman's and Spinning, doubling a very ancient rritocracy, and shadow, and they will reuniu, if they friend. nodal life, and 8 15 a m 5 15 put Arr Purls good deal on who teeters on the other end Carding, (pinning and weaving Jean, 23c 9 10 a m 6 10pm Lexington Mrs. W. L. Rkavks. Respectfully, Had In all this, ambitions and jealousies and so will, to the end weavini; whin Llnser.2jc II 80a m 8 45 pm " C)vlngton .... eir?" Carding, spinning and . of tbe plank with him." "How eo, lll-lV. MATTIXOLY, rivalries, beyond what we have any idea of Mr ilftldeman'bdislikw are few. He i ' Vell, if you hub him up alongside of JuNote. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between WinWo are conmotly receiving suoh voluntary tesetrlfea and contention and bickerings and chester, Lexington and Covington; other trains to for-gi- e das A NEW a qmcK to resent an lnurr as ho timony. he konia up middlin' fair are dally except Sunday. Hnd never any peace, rest and security. The: Bend lor our Treatise oa tho Diseases of Women, the man who perpetrated it. lit adDirect conn ctlouaare made at Wlnchaster with but when you come to set him down Chesapeake i. Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, & Implement House. mailed tree. Address people there are the bid from this world, mire honesty and cimlor, and it make Utile a decision of the Buggy Then under Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern clt. DniLKiKLU Uehulaios Co.. Atlanta, Oa. with all their evil an I aggravated and let ditT rence how ureal h wroni: an employe lea. supremo court ther were arrested for petty For sate by DB. M. L. BOURNE, Stanford, Ky. I wi in a few da opn s Fast Llnev Km. 8 and 4 run via Winchcetar, to seo how they cm loo; and it is easy -Bolid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betweea miv be guilty of, if hecnn're the error larceny and bound over in the sum of $300 Milwaukee Bintl- Implo-mont- s, Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and WluchetUat make a perfect bell." of hi war, a kind wont and forKivenw each All but six gave bond, while the Pull Lino of Agrioujtural and Washington, D. C. nel. Tbroush tlcktts and baggagn checked to any is sur- - In follow six went to Jail destination reached by railroad. don't see upon what grounds you can W, II. WHITTLESEY, cfilce work he has about t re "I B. F. B. MORSE, Io t.is With the reliable Walter A. Wol Harvesting Divtd Tyson, a Clay county Georgian, Passenger Agent, Trav. Pass. Agent. Vathlnes at the bead Al 0 a secure a pension. You were not in the Jims aud their future welfare and the per Covington, Ky l.xlngtnn, Ky " "I know, but I waa nunent prosperity of the paper seem to wishing to move and having no means but H. W. FULLER, C. W.SMITII. army during tha tw Aji 'Jmeral Manager wagon and cne steer, 7okd Full Lire ot Buggies and Wagons a two oxen Wilis beautiful, all but her skin ; be the guiding star of his ambition. in the Home Guards." "Were you woundhlnnelf alongside of the steer and did hi Always on ha d, la conuoctlon with my Im- ed or disabled?' "No;bnI first saw the liam R the eldest of the children, has enplement business, I win also carry a and nobody has ever told pullln;' a load of 1 000 potinis ovtr woman who is now my wife while wo were tire control of tbe WteUy Courier Journal part in Coiupleto Stock of Lumber, of country road. her how easy it is to put ml'es on parade. Since thtn I've had nothing Under his management that paper i seventeen "CHICHESTER'S E. iJJl." Price) oa everything as beauty on the skin. Beauty Both rough and drctsol. Tlio Original nntl Only but trouble, and think the Gsvornmsrt known and read in every town and village A patent has been granted in Riueia for !"il" uitstOTS nlltu. nttrmtf wrtl. - IriiriOmt. on the skin is Magnolia r in the South, Southweit, Northwest and in a Inciter match that can be used an n.ii.ro'M to LAOIESk A .. '" ought to give me a pension." liOW uei an) one. t'hlthr'rii;lll?'nliU k ''- --- ell. utpia u fir .nill' '('" ' ' Balm. number of time, tbe wooi? bcin State. Jjhn H., the Werkho-janek- , all of tbe Eastern Rsptfully, I astUtt ashue of your prronije NAME PAPSl. O'l'li"! The coldest place on oarth is J. ;. ; s. son next in years, i the busines inanirer impregutad with a special chernlo! folis-tic- n " in Siberia, where the mercury marks 8oldb Druiil.U cierjaberts llJ.lrr .'. MIME. I tor UnstltK" 4cajnTal i'ltla. lleuwU. of tho Evening Timse, au afternoon daily that will allow of ituch reiue. nlnniy dnnrtweelo z n. wa Mr. Iltldeman In Maysvllle. and Is the son of - X.-lsot-i, me book-keep- taiei-enterpri- ee, Xo fragment of nny army ever surrivtd so many battle a the Bible; no ciUdel ever withstood so many sieges; no rock was ever buttered by so many hurricant a Hnd so swept by storms. And yet it stands It his een the rise and downfall of Daniel's four empires. Assyria bequeated a few mutilated fijuree-tthe riches of our National museum. Media and Persia, like Babylon, which they conquered, have been weighed in the balance, and long ego found wanting. Greece faintly eurvivea in its historic fame; and iron Rome of the Ciunrs long since ceased to boast; and yet the book that foretell ail this still survives. While nations, king, philosophers, systems, institutions, have died away, the Bible engage now men's deepest thoughts, is examined by the higheit tribunals, is more read and sifted and debated; more devoutly loved and more vehemently assailed, more defended and more denied, mora translated and freely given to the world, more honored and more abused, than any other book the world ever saw It survives all change, itself unchanged; it moves all minds, yet is moved by none; it see all things decay, itself incorruptible; it see myriads of other books engulfed in the stream of time, yet is bmrno along till the mystic angel shall plant his foot upon the sea and swear by Him that liveth for ever and ever that time shall be no longer H. N. Lino. Aim ok t everything (lint wnH 10c nnd I5o before (lie miction Is now on this counter t 5c. TIiIh Includes Ladlci', Men's nnd Clilldrcn'f Hosiery, Unudkerculefn, Fluo Linen Collars for Men and Boys and Ladies' Collars; 3 papers Plus for Sc. Fifteen Cents' Worth of almost anything for five cents, and all of next week you will find it so. 11 wra mm wmwwmm, lines? j. are 1151-lyr- Prank Allison. to W. Tcatoh, SS-l- yr wt-eti- 109-lt- BOURNE heart-brck- h. nffi-cer- e, Q. K. HARRIS, Ag't first-clas- s 114-l- 03.X.3E:. Living Witnesses Testify. d. Buy Your Flour W, POTTS ir first-clas- do-gr- I Stanford 1 d. 11 t'l-o'r- 1 1 Many a Lady PYROYSLB:iLS .' 1M 'iM i thereabouts, with yery few trees, but green A recipe for the mucllago used on pott grass, most grateful to the eye; croeeed by age stamps calls for: Gum dextrine, 2 broad, woll kept toadcj "Fort "William" in parts; acetic acid, 1 part; water, 5 part; 'Praise tha Lord. God la Lovo and Noth he 8. W. corner nn 1 the river front or 4th dissolved in a wnter bath and 1 part of al Ing Else." April 13, 1880 Stanford, Ky., side lined with sailing ships cohol added. Tho "Strand" is the favorite, well-watA dog has no lights any farmer is Calcutta, India, . lo, 1SS0. ed drive, along tho elegant river frontage bound to respect unless that accompanied by his W. P. WALTON. (Address Auckland, New Zjalnml, enre The ehoal of elegant carriages reminds owner or on his premlBoa. On a farm where of Postniatrr) one of the Chin ja, at Naplai. sheep are kept tho presumption nlwnys lies Too "Botanioal garden" lie serosa tho that n strange dog is present, continued suoa last isauB. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. if at all, for of The riving generation are sceptic. They river 5 miles down. Tho predatory purpose?. For Circuit Ju ike J W, ALCortf. have thrown ell Hindooism and arn drift Oitdb'd tremendously extensive pilaco, " Comaioiiwe.il h' Attorney It. C Wabibi. " County Judge T W. Varmon. Tho treo cut down purposely for tho Coning, now. A few earnest spirits aro trying fronts the carden but lying on this side " Circuit Ciork J. P. Dauby. ' County Clerk-- O. B. Coorna. to strike a middle courso between their "Garden reach" has been for generations, a gressional .visitors by tho Big Bottom Mill ' 61itrirf-- T. D Nkwlaxd. favorito suburb. It is tho stretch along the Company measured 320 feet in height, own and our holy religion. Brahmo " Couotr Attorney D. 11. CAirEMTsa. . " AiseMor E. D. KSKKBDY. be a pure Theiam-- a God river, of which tho ox King's grounds now 27 feet in nircumferenco and 0 feet in di professes lo Jailer 8. M. Offiits. 11 Superintendent OomraonFchoolJ-- J. A. UoaLK without an Incarnate 8vior; but, so far, form the imposing terminus. Native gran-de- ameter. It took eleven seconds to fall. " burreyor-- r. B, Howard, Santa Urn (Cl ) Democrat. an advance on the "Gods many and Lords occupy moat of tho other superb resiquarter: tho K iropeans hav many" of abandoned polytheism. Thoy dences in this Lumber dealem say that the collate of NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, make littte progrcs', though they work in ing preferred "Chowringee Road" facing roller skating has left large quantities of to defatigably. A system without a bottom the Maidan and other fashionable streels boxwood on their hinds without a market. Tho Hod. Jjbn Welsh, in it. It meets no cravicc of a sinner. nearer "Government House," of late year; The various procfsec of to England, died st Philadelphia. ErPrseident Arthur continues terious-- What do I wnnt with a great, a just, a ho abandoning, for tho most put, what, In upon a uotal surface further reduced the ill and fcare of his early death are en ly God, bearing down upon me in majesty ''olden times" was tho arlstqcratic quarter former demand of engraven for boxwood, and power, while I stand a tertained. of Calcutta. which is becoming cheaper. Representative Joieph FalilzT, of the sinner hefnro him? "Patrick, my man," Tho "Great Banian Tree" in tho "Botan-id- ! "There's a good deal in tho papers now Ninth district of New York, hut resigned said the judge, "be of good courage, justice Gardens" etill spreads ltd umbrageous Thlirovdcru?firTarUt A inarm of purity, about sending dreseed beef from Texas to shall be done you in this court " ''Arrahl foliage over a prodigious surface, although hi? seat in Congress. .uum "mui7J than zL ordinary . ,!., nj can not rroQoiaic.ll the T. b. told In your Honor," responded the prisoner, much injured by tho cyclone of 1SG1, from England," observed Mrs. Sksggs. Capt N. A. FJournoy, Superintendent compMlton with He nui tltuda of 'ow Int. iT0,, "Yes, I noticed it," answered her hus- weight a'uw cr h. rbMo powder. Pold only of Public School at Decatur, Colbert coun- "that'd jast what I don't want." And so it which it has not yet recovered fully. Erery In can, KorALlliKWd 1'owDKaCo. band, listlessly. ty, Alabama, hai fled the country. His ac- ia with us. I want a God who is "Love and road in the great Btrotchca of the "BotanicH Wall Btrrat, N. Y. The Bucket Pijmb & Wafer "Well now I think that'd very merciful counts are from $1,000 to 37,000 short. AuiuiuR x.iee, or a perisn. mere is no al Gardens" is an agricultural study, It to tho animah this cold weather. Bat James II. Kenny, an old and respecta such a God with the "Brahmo somaj," or "beats the world" for perfection of tropical iIn.,.n!m,rr0Ttrantc"'.,n7',,,ral,or .iterator c".p" toll of air an! u" Oae can only what kind of clothes do they put on them?" ble citizen of Georgetown, died from the their imitators in Christendom. Bat there plant and treo collection. ctndlng . uh, l"l-lotlrctil.t., tho air Chronicle-TelegrapPittsburg MT VERNON, KY. to top of rlitrrn or wrtl, maotlng Irom effects of nn overdoee of morphine, which is such an one, revealed in our LORD Je gape in wonder, visiting transiently. Hapwlnlet. is not belieyed to rave been taken with sus Christ, who "always went about doing pily ignorance of the unutterable variety A dally newspaper his beon started in In .11 color, bad t.ilo or im.ll. Thlaold ami n Ihh I'umn hai Hotel I, ,mi utia. good;" who always tried to get poor sinners and wealth of specimens comes in to help Greenland. suicidal intent Daring the year when the r,H,U,1m chn(M readable cup liioldtrrd pfrmnnrnlly, and Initrad o! a link Hon. George Hearst, the new Senator out of the law's grip; who always took their from a rtaralTsls of wonder. Yet even the days aro three months long the editor does Hfcclal attention to tho trarellDg public. n.r.Vi.V.lv ....'"... ' "u" .'T ,,,N- - w cot r.vun.va '"ui uulll JOU fOO llllf. T from California, succeeding Senator Miller, part even when the "chief" of offender; least informed is impressed, when for miles not get dowu to the office until three weeks J .VJBiriOiril, tro'r, Very rfitxvjttuily. 8J.Cn, ernon, Ky. y he can walk and eee a new sort of n tree after breakfast, and stopi work two months took hia seat in the Senate Fri- who "is the same yesterday, deceased, IV. II. IIIGCU.VN. and forday. The new Senator is a wealthy demo ever." Praise God for ench revelation of every few steps. Solomon would have before sundown. An editor can get up a Himself. HIS justice is of the order of cone frantic, with ioy who so well know protty good papor in eight ox nine days, If crat and a newspaper man. Henry Brum, of Louisville, was that of holy Joseph; who, "bsing a JUST every tree and plant from the "Cedar of ho has a large exchange list and a sharp drowned Saturday in the Ohio, the small man, was minded to put her away privily," Lebanon, to the hyssop that creepeth pair of scissors. Norrislown Herald. boat in which he was paddling about hav- and cheat tho law. Of the order of Jesus, over tho w,all." As wo didn't know much Horace Dodd, of Millvlew, Va., killed n ing capsized. This is the first death due to the Holy Savior, who when one poor crea- we strolled through with the quiet calm of six-lomoccasin snake last week that had ture was "taken in the veryect," and whom ignorance. It is n great comfort not to the flood that has occurred at that place. a wire collar around his neck, to which was Dealers In all klnitof The Ohio river continues to fall at Cin- the law unmercifully stoned, said "I do not know much, sometimes. And this was "a attached a button with these words: "Don't cinnati and Louisville, and all danger from condemn thee." case In point." Four or five hours in such tread on me!" As this was the motto of s Whose vengcanco is of tho order of Ro a spot, to a connoiteur, would be agony. To the flood at those places seems to have the famous Revolutionary "Culpepper Min Farming-Implementpassed. The Mississippi, however, is ris mans 12.13.t20. Does tho LORD enjoin mere amateurs, not to ear stupids, it was ute men," and as tho button was probably ing and is within G inches of the danger me, to do, what He don't do Himself. Am quite enough time, and to spare. Hence, from one of their uniforms, the question line at Memphis. I to love and forgive and do my enemy our brief enjoyment was exquisite. arises as to the probable ago of this partiThe Senate by a vote of SO to 13, papa-e- good, because in due time an avenging God We have as much work as we can wtll cular serpent. the bill providing for the admission of will make it all up and "serve him out" in do, in the advancing heat. Services every Washington Territory as a State. The such a fashion as to satisfy, even the night, with good congregations, and now It is asserted that at least 20,000 colored democrats voting for the bill were, Butler, moat hellish hate I can indulge. I fear, and then a hospital meeting, whero the people have left the States of Virginia, of South Carolina, Jones, of Arkansas, and that our enemies are sometime thus left by poor invalids do enjoy the "gospel of the North Carolina and South Carolina since 1Z aiiiiH iiaiiiiBlaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHaiH'aiiiiiiiiiiiiiHill or -us, "in the hands of the LORD;" where we grace." O how l love to preacn it II more the first of last July, and they are now co- Morgan of Alabama. BjnCii&v t ing at the rate of 3,000 a month. Emigre James Richmond, President of the wouldn't do it, unless wo hoped that and morel" I1 IT1 if Broadway (N. Y ) Railway Company, was they would'catch it hot" by our so doing. We sail on the "KohiIla"- -a fine P.& 0 tion agents aro at work among them, and arrested Saturday, having been indicted Alatl what hearts of unfathomable deceit Steamer, of 3,500 tons register, on the 21st aro furnishing them free tickets as far as for bribery. He declined to plead, but his we have! Praise the LORD, He is better "If the LORD will." Slopping 2 days at California, under a contract that they will attorney entered a plea of not guilty. He than our hard and hateful thouchts of Madras, on her way down the coast, we get work for a certain length of timo, at a cerof Him. And therefore I am required to to Colombo, Ceylon, about the 1st of March. tain rate, upon the ranches and vineyards was released on a bond of $25,000. Among the visitora to the National forgive, because God always forgive3. And There, after a halt of ten days, which we of that State. House Saturday was Mr. C. D, Jones, of in no way can I so approximate to His holy hopo to spend most profitably in meetings, tiass-CseesSam Jones a Masueh. A Chicago widNew York, who is 95 years old. Mr. Jones character as by loving enemies; since He is already partially arranged for. we catch ow became very much enamored of Sam $ the P. & O. Steamer for Melbourne, Aus- Jones, the evangelist, and took little pains has not seen the House in session since par excellence, the enemy lover. HiniUKYH,- By and by, the Brahmo-Soma- j years ago, during the 1615, seventy-onwill find tralia, about the 11th of March. to conceal the fact, even at his meetings out what a poo; God there is in man's Administration of James Madison. It is All you who read this last letter from lie should haye treated her as the gifted gratifying to add that Mr. Jones is a good "Pare Theism," as will all, who know not India if you think I have served you well bummertiold once treated another handthe "Only True God -e- ven Jesus Christ as "Foreign Correspondent" put your some widow who offered him democrat. her heart Internal Revenue appointments have whom He hath sent" in order that wa gratitude into practical shape; sit right her hand and her fortune. "Give," said been made for Kentucky as follows: M. T. may know HIM. Now for the other side down and write the "Troupe" loving letters he, "your money to the poor, your heart Grain. Wool, Sccelt, Feed, Coal, I.umljcr, El?. Young, Laurel county, Storekeeper-ganger- . of my fine Bengalee. to Auckland, New Zjaland, care of Pos- to tho Lord, and your hand to the man Storekeeper-gangeW. T. Gilbert, Knoz county, He is a born coward. He never makes tmasterproperly stamped and the dear that asks you for It." Boston Post. Silas Martin, Rockcastle county, a soldier and can not. Ho is a constitu- LORD will bless you. If you want us to As the car reached Stanford an old man Storekeeper gauger; Fountain F. Rowlove; tional paltroon as much as "Tommy At- "come home" again, tell us so, to that HOUSE- with a long white beard roee feebly from a Knox county, Storekeeper gauger; Richard kins" ia born, with Abraham's indomitable right away. Shall we get there, I J. White, Jr., Madison county, Store- pluck. The "Bengal Army" that mutined wonder, and havo the P. M. say "No letters corner seat and tottered toward the dcor. keeper. and fought so desperately had no Bengalees for you." Forbid it, true love andcheriahed Ho was, however, stopped by the conducThe suit instituted by Mr. X. a. Win- in it, but was recruited from tho warlike friendship. Now dear reader don't think tor, who said: ston, United States Minister to Persia, races of Oade and Rajpootana; "Your fare, pleaeo." who, like "every body else will write and I will write against the Chicago Acirs for an alleged the British, are born "I paid my fare." soldiers, though in an some other time." That will be awfully libelous publication has been withdrawn inferior grade of horning to "When? I don't remember it." la thon that tarrlai the UrgwUod coin a word. hard on us, if every one says so, will it not? by Mr. Winston's son. The publication "Why, I paid it when I got on the car." Next, the Bengalee is fjast what you E7cr in Jesus, Geo. 0. Barnes. complained of coupled Mr. Winston's name "Where did you get on the cai?" would expect in a coward) the wroat of with that of a young woman who died in a "At Richmond." The Honse very wleelv decided not to masters. He is an incomparable servant. a Chicago opium den. "That won't do," said the conductor; That is all. Put him up, in any depart- - change the law in regard to bank taxation, Mrs. Mary McCrea committed suicide "when I left Richmond there was only a menr, and he at once becomes intolerable. though the vote waa close, 40 to 41 near Louisville by stepping in front of a The Senator Howell E Jackson, of Tennes- little boy on the car." native newspapers are, almost without Our f.cllltlei tut bujlng atxl lbadlieouotioa tho 'mtquantltlM train on the J. M. & I., which was running buy (nibta u g CT( Utter "Yes," answered the old man, "I know to have the call to succeed exception, edited by sharp-wittepncei than any one. impu see, is Bald at the rate of 25 miles an hour. She was declined to i'; I was that little boy." Judge Baxter. Judge Lindsay dent, insolent, insufferable Bengalees. The terribly mangled. Cause of the act was old "Beggars on Horseback" proverb cornea accept it. Confederate CirnEit The other dav continual drunkenness of her husband, the of New Maj. Lamar Cobb Wm. H. Miller, in here. How this proud, imperial govern showed us an interest who had juet taken her hard earnings and York, implicated in the Broadway bribery Ing reminder of tho late ment. has borne with thn "nuti war. It was a spent them for whisky, wbilo her children spurting black treason with eieif issue, is business in 1881, has been arrested in a morocco-bounpackage containing fifteen were starving at home. one of those wonders of long suffering, that Florida swamp. leaves, through which was run a tape line, Louisville will soon have a etcocd Thirteen Southern capitalists have or- upon eaoh of which was only could practice. The printed eveiy letbridge across the Ohio. Saturday in the arrogance of a Bengalee if once he is ganized a company with $2,000,000 capital, ter in the alphabet. By simply sliding Hut we- presence of a large assembly of representaand will build and operate eight iron fur- this piece of tape back or "given an inch," is simply unbounded. forth, the cipher tive citizens, the span over the Kentucky This is the thriving, could bo set on any word and a dispatch pushing, most naces near Birmington, Ala. channel was closed, thus completing the The report that railroad engineers of written that only those could acutely intelligent race, that swarms in read who longest cantilever system in the world. this part of the great Indian peninsula. the Southwestern system may strike be- were provided with a similar key. As This bridge presents the only combination All over India, you can tell them, the mo- cause of sympathy with the Knights of La soon as wound the letters could easily of cantilever spans yet constructed, and ment you lay eyes on them: even if their bor is denied by the brotherhood. be thrown oft; so as not to betray this Imembraces two of the longest spans of that C J. Hood and P, H. and Sam Qln portant secret to the enemy in case of peculiar method of wearing their loose cot capcharacter erected. ton waist-cloth- s did not "bewray" them. In by, civil engineers of the Chesapeake & ture of an adjutant, who were all provided House the proposition to re In the tho handsome face, the most shapely, well Ohio, were drowned by the upsetting of a with these books. Mr. Cobb says he inpeal the present coinage law was defeated poised head, symmetrical figures and boat in New River near Sunnyside, W. Va. tends to present this relic to some arsocia by a vote of 89 to 201, the free coinage bill bright, clear, yellow complexions, one Hon. Elbrldge Gerry died at Polland, Hon, here It can be preserved and kept also suffering a defeat by 126 ayes to 183 would know them anywhere. What a Maine, Saturday, aged 73. 'ihe word ger- on exhibition. TAthens "(Ob.) nays. The extreme silver men in the pity is it I feel it every time I think of rymander originated in hie efforts to so House are said to have overestimated their them that the one defect of personal cow- - district his State as to cut off the election How to Gnow Celery.-- As soon as tie strength to the extent of fifty votes, Gov. ardice should so darken these otherwise of any of the opposition ticket. ground is fit to work in the spring sow the yoted aye on the first and nay McCreary fine characters, and be a fruitful source of Claude Johnson, the Democratic car. seed on a rich, level piece of soil, thoroughon the second bill. Five of the Kentucky a very nest of infamous trails, following in dldate for Mayor of Lixlngton, was ly pulverized and well mixed with fine delegation Laflbon, Halsell, Taulbee, Rob its train. Their being notorious liars, is Saturday, defeating James H. stable manure. Mark the bed out in rows ertson and Wolford voted for free coinage. wnat tney have, in common, with all the Mulligan, the Fusion candidate, 2G9 voles. eight inches apart and sow the seed at the East St. Louis was the scene Friday of natives of this country; and is rather in All the candidates on the democratic ticket rate of about an ounce to DI.LSI.alHevery twenty feet a bloody collision between deputy sheriffs practice the offspring of a false, lying re were elected by easy majorities. irai iue ueu aown auer sowinir. with a Drugs, Books, Stationery and and the striking Knights of Labor. Eight ligioa, than a birth characteristic of their A distinguished physician, in a Ger- spade, or roll if you have a roller. Keep or ten deputies were guarding a freight particular race. man scientific journal, advocates the gener the weods out from the very beginning, Cut Articles. train that was moving through the town, Calcutta has long been known as the al uso of sugar as an article of diet. He the tops as the plants grow, say twice Fbyilclant' preicrlptloni accurately off when, it is alleged, several rocks were "City of Palaces." And that is just. compounded Her affirms that during forty years he has eaten before setting them out, which may be Alio thrown and a pistol fired at tho guard from private dwellings (the European) all have at least a quarter of a pound of sugar dal- done from the middle of June to the mida large crowu oi womngmen mat bad a palatial look. Space is at aillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllV iaaaaaaaCrfflBHaaam.aiiiaUl substances dle of August, everything in ly, not counting July, perhaps, being the gathered near tho track. The deputies im- this hot climate; and moisture, on tho low- taken at the same time, with benefit. beat time. Prepare the ground well and mediately fired into the crowd with their er floors, in this S T l VA damp delta, has forced a J a 'i!a a JawaW'ar him. The'edltor of the New York World, set in rows three feet apart and six inchrs Tho Largest Stock of Watohes, Olocks, Winchester rifled and four or five men and most pretentious style of Jewelry and Silverware architecture into Joseph Pulitzer, has resigned his seat in apart in the row. Firm the soil around a woman were killed. The guard then universal practice, lo overcome this dual Congress to give hia whole attention to the roots, especially if the weather is dry took to their heels and got over the river to difficulty. There U no city the Loweat. Watcho, Clock and Jewelry Rein the world his paper. Wo suspect that Brer. Dana's paired on short notice and Warranted. St. Louis, where they gave themselves up perhape, with all her private houses, wear- - frequent goading about his neglect of g at the time of setting out. If everybody would learn to press the soil firmly around to officore. The mob swore vengenco upon such aristocratic externals, as Calcutta, ficlal duty, had much to do with the mat- all plants when setting them, it would bo the slayera of their friende, and were re "Fort. William" is a magnificent defence. ter. of great benefit. Six or seven weeks after strained only by the earnest appeals of Mounting COO guns; within easy range of J. Vt . Buckman, a Grean River tobac- planting, the weeds being kept down in the 1iSaS'C$23.50 ...,... ?Ti2lV-.'.-.w- pHar 4M.WUIU Pllltrnvm ,,uuqD, O t0 fl . prominent Knights. Friday night between the city; octagonal with 3 facoa to the co trader, committed suicide at Offensboro, meantime, begin to W.T1 earth up. Draw the 75 cars and one of the depots were river and 5 (o the 50 and AgenM, but for twelro yeara lacd side; perfectly kept; Heavy losses in tobacco is the cause. In soil close up to the plant with a hoe, and burned, the fire department being powerlesi amply stored; accommodations ttoahlp anywhere, with prtrl-legfor 10,000 his pocket was found nn accident policy still closer around the plant with of examining befora buy. the hand, to subdue the flures owing to the fact that men, it is fully worthy of tho proud city y.. Wo W '"Sit chara-- ljSsTSfVaViiriflKETf3ea it for $9,000. Ha was considerably indebted leaving it firm enough to keep the plant nun wayi if not uibractorr, would cut the hose as commands and some of the crofd Wsrrantorerytblnfffor'Jyeara. protects, at the samo time. to Brand & Glover, of Louisville, and told from speading. The coil must be drawn "neprioeonly. Platform Sirtn soon as the engines bjgan to work. Tho Abe great Maidan or nlafn arnnml them several days before that he would aj Hr jr T a lamo oa Li h r" A fl -- iiA?.' I up or thrown up with the hoe. nlaw. or ' - ' .'l ' .i on3n!de, tho palacediko mllltn dwellings pay them if he had to insure his life and spade, clear to the top of the plant. This usually old for gia.-lrPMluoCiot?.,"i.0,ifl"e.' Our ibelr arrival everything has been quiet. mg, JJiO to '13. imMi u. iuc ji jrupeang ironi is a mile rquare, or commit suicide, is the blanching process. mar- - -- k,,tf ', Jl. JWA'IT, blcrctary, Elkhart, Indiana-,Scmi-S8ttWB3nferiarF-bex-KiSom-aj-isw photo-eneavioe y GEO. 0. BARNES. i Absolutely Pwq. NEWCOMJ5 HOTJEI. wfli-know- J7','"' ut WEiEN ot & MEKEFEE, i evy, and Muchin- - d a ill kWSTV ki7 fVllllcHflaLwIeaH'S W 'In . is Biggies. e Spring Wagons, Buds Boards, Farm m r; s, THE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BXT.SrT' STOOKofGOODS nr, d We do not aim to sell at same 4k price as any other merchant, Anglo-Israelit- 1VEA1V TO CUT PRICES METOALF & ITOSTJEEC. PHARMACISTS, Banner-Watchma- n. Penny & M'Al iKier -- sugar-formin- g JEWELERS W of-lo- HIUSM HARNESS e a -- M'PO CO. ..., ggg. -- ZHaLaaaKk l. '' -- Ul-pa- 1 mmmmLmmMimtmmttmmmmtwiitiottmavmwaiMmuumaK tmmmmmmmtmiBmmmmmm .1E1T AOVKUTiSKSKflTH. At any price. Metcalf & Fos- Stanford, Ky., E. O. WALTON. April Uualnoau Pntxrroii Knott Patent Flour lust. Metcalf A Foster. 13, 1880 WILL hitve xaj annual o(eDin on Fii-anilny and Saturday, April 10 and 17, cordially Invito the ladies to ba present. U the Mrs. Kate Dudderar. of - I Btanfora, Ky. Uoin Mill. J7011 8ALK ; Jointer, t (lood Ultln Slilnglo Milt with power Engine anil Complete. th aM-lnc- WALL h Mabt. Wuitii, Manno-or- . I. ' A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. m Mill train going North Bvpiottttatn" Tn 2 08 ' Woih........ " joto ii calculated on standard tltno. 20 minute iasterl LOCAL NOTICES. Boulh 8outh.,..M... - ...,. ........ IJISr.v, 1 IMmi. Si a.m. A. u, Bolar u.ls about iAHRHrTii'. Garden bda at McHiberU LAN.Hir.Tii' garden Med in bulk and pjckagci at Penny & McAllstcrV. Watoiib nnd Jewelry repaired on ahor notloe and warranted br Penny A McAIls ar. Buy the Hmh Ho Kemedy, the original aud only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-Inter- .' A 00Mri.irri! stook N. Menefee left this more-in- g T?OK SALE.-O- do thoiou2bbrrd red Bull. 2J with aeven convict1 for the penitentli- - I.' months old Alio!) iiltfb i!fJ vcflrllDztlUfri plants for esla. 0, J. Newland. W.t. Atnou, 'tinlorJ, Ky. ry. T. D Newland and Cnarley McRob-ert- s accompanied him aa guards. A nice no room on Ltucaster street en.. -- . suitable for an ofllco or n small baInes One Cent fend your name on a postal I offer for rent. Apply to W. P. Walton. fortilf my Farm ol 10O ArrcH, situoard to Sharps & MIddleton, Louisville, ated near Walnut flat, Lincoln county, on tlio .x irota nan-- 1 Bnuoc A McilonzitTS bavo Mho most Ky , nnd obtain n copy of tho handsomest manioni fi mlloi urentM iir, tune Tbn land Is frwn CrabOtchard. fuManil complete line of mens' Geo aboes we have llliHtrnted Dry Goods C.talngue over givHn in PxcelJmt conilltinn. an nbundanco of water. . co'lliailous turn and ihcdi. 9 1 eycrseen In Htanlord both In machino and nwsy. house, Ac . iKtrate, all new, built In I SSI nnd '83. 19 aeres Coiafu tablo dwelling SOacrei In wheat, " hand tewed. TllEcxpreM whloh p:rstd here Friday In oa U and sowed to timothy and clover, 20 aerca f for com; remainder in grat. Perim and prlco In 'e uude tho run to morning flye hoiun DAN ENOLfMAN, an citiinable old colorItmotubie. (lll-ni- ) Ii. It. VIlXOll, Hunlord. ed man, well known by everybody, dfel LouUville in l"""-- '"" three Lours, alSaturday of poenmonin, fie was slrant though eeveral tlmtM delaineil by freight Valuable Mill Property for Salo 50 j Mia of nee. train. Ilelow Ltbinon, 10 miles were Ilujtotivllle property Capt. Brown was The 31111! will known a the lale to tho Flouring mndo in 12 minute. bo ofUrrd fir lilf lust Dr. L F. Hoffman has rented the prop oonduotor and Pi 1 Soden enuinecr and aud beat bidder, on crty of Mr. Galna Craig, better known aa together they cujftk n triiin as Hvel as Saturday, April 10th, 1880. the H. T Hurls place, on Dinvlllo street any pair on the mad Tbl property Is new, eotoni'vllouily located at and will movo to it next week. HuiUiiitUip, Lincoln county, Ky., In a fine firm- Bweet potato and all other kind" Sheriff J PR WALL lOD-I- PFER Tor Vuc, ! WILL PAPER! Trimmed nutl Kfiu.y at Itntili-iiirnt- i HPBOBEBTS & -- STAGG-'S- . DEATHS. 33rcrTsr 373E3:es- - At tho mcetiug of tho Grand Army of iui..u. -- Col. Dtn Uptheurove. who wa betn of jewelry, lateat the Rrpublic, Kentucky department, last n specialty. Penilyle. KeVWl waUhi and raised In thir county, and who hai week, in Louisville, it was resolved to old ny A MoAliMcr. ot friend here, died at Greenville, Slgman all in their power In his trial for eoorte Ii. on the Cih in lit 531 year. Col. PERSONAL. killing young HiRglnbtham, in a most Tela, Upthfgrove was educated at Centre Colcowardly manner at the beginning of tho lege. Hrt moved to Toxaa in 1859, and in II. C. Dhyk, of Hustonville. wag in war. I In 1861, 18C0 wa admittted to the bir (own yesterday. Juixie Owslev, who baa bcn unwell for he entered the Confederate Array and Will make the ttaaon of 183) at my stable at Mi?.iIIki,en Itr.it, of Huelonvllle, la the paat fow day, was hero Saturday and fought through the entire war. Tho Ban tidtlng Mr. J. P. Ihiley. 88 to Insuro a Living Colt. Rev. J. M. UnucE and wife have re- adjourned court until Thursday, when ntr, published in GrecnviUe, pays tho folBrown Jim waa sired y Mambrln) Klpp. ho by he will dipoe of some motions and cign lowing tribute to hia memory: "He was Mimbrlno i'atchtn. he by Cbl'f and be by turned from a visit to Garrard. This is the last court which known na the nettor of the Greenville bar,' Payraaiter, be by old Mambtlno Messenger ll Miss Lizzie Faiim returned yester- his orders. dam by an Arabian hone, ptdlgrco unknown! Sd will be held hero during Judgo Owsley's being tho oldest lawyer In the city and dam by EtrainUoat; dam of Mnmbrlno Klngn Ktd day from a visit to relatives in Dinvlllo. h reit mare. I will alno tUnd a good Jack ROUOII AND Mu. K. V. Tninnu:, of Madison, baa term, and his host of friends regret to aee having n actively engaged in that a living colt, money RKADV, him retire from his poeitlon on tho bench, for morn than a quarter of a centu- due whan Jr..atI3to lusure ybdttns hh slater, Mr. P. P. been coll It foaled or mare pared with. Ho which he hai filled eo acceptably and ry. He stood high an a lawyer and his name Ii HVJ hands high and was ilredby HtlgaU'- - Itough acdlteadjr, hebyollGabe.be by Tetera' Blind wan known and honored in legal circles nil Black Hawk, he by Maioa't Black Hawk, he by Miaa Anna Crow, of Caldwoll InatI faithfully. Itoyal Mammnth. Dam of Tough and Heady was tute, Dinville, was whiting frienda here The lecture of Col. A. M. Swope at the over the State As n ciliztn, ho was ac by superior Mammiin, n r iwri Aiaiuuioia.n, Uaugh-maMr. Sunday. Christian church Friday night next is tlve, public spirited, noble and upright. Superior Mammoth16 was brd by and J.viry tine a Hr, lie was hanas blt,a of the Mvthodiit church, he animal. MiadEA Ella FMll.rv and Cynthia creating considerable interest. G. C. GMVEXN. A great As a member Canon are In Louisville buying a big atock many ticket havo been told snd the pros- waa earnest, liberal and faithful. As a Mahe of millinery. pect Is that the church will not hold all son, Old Fellow and Knight of Honor, As a bus- ft yw Mrs, H. 8. Maran nnd her beautiful who are anxious to hear him. Col. Swope was held In the highest eiteem. little daughter, Maud, returned from Hen doe not realize a cent from this lecture. band and father, he was kind and affection- Thswolproria breeur to and aaddld alalllon. w.ll derion Friday. but generously gives all the proceeds to a ate. No man was ever moro devoted own Mr and Muh. Will Craio returned worthy enterprise in tho church. His sub- his family or more dearly loved at his m. & William llnlil.l.'.. iv On Time's two aOD, Sunday from a tinea weeks' visit to rela- ject will be, "The Antiquitiea of Mexico." Oreside. In every walk of life ho waa all that true and noble manhood cm bs" tives in Garrard. Admission 25 cent. CLEVELAND AND TALMAGE, and eon, Cait. WzixixoTon Harlan RELIGIOUS. Cincinnati Southern southbound The Wellington, of Ilirrodiburj;, were in town ALdfour Jack at my own liable. The old Madison Jack, oM train failed to mike connection with the The colored preacher of Jackson "boyyesterday on busincM, gono to Louisville & Nashville yesterday, which cotted" Moody and Bnnkey and kapt their Black Hmvk, Phil Thompson,, Toe Black Mr. James Severance hai Danmembers from attending "spscial service? burn and Hrlgliam Yonntf, Louisville ia search of a. position aa clerk accounts for tho failure of our regular ville letter to arrire. Ojr Lancaster cor held far the colored people." ia a dry roods eatabltahment. Colt of Prince, th boVtalled Jack, all at $10 Huston-vllle- . weaning time. Elder Livingston and Collier nre hold to iiiHlirc. colt our war untilscann, Mas Bellc Che.vault, of LouUvillr, respondent also failed us, aa did lor lien retained is the only one heard ing a meeting at Cherry Grove church, which A Detrlptlon:-Cl-Tpa- iid on all rolls Ii a the bay IS hands Crab Orchard, deep Misses Mattle Gantry, Lettie and Bet and , a brautlful brown Talmagelat'J There hUh;fancy maika. from, and the absence of all there letter, will continue during the week. tie Crate, of Dinville, were h'-- a Friday. with I'edlgree.'-Calla- nJ with the scarcity of local now, makes this have been already eleven additions. it the hones and jrc'is acd Mrs. John FiNNELLand little daugh see what they can do. (tl2-lra- ) I.KVI UUnitT.K. ter, Ella, and Mr a. Broaddus, of Richmond, iiiuo not the most newsy sheet imaginable, LAND, STOCK AND CROP good the deficit in the are vlsitina their mother, Mra. W. T.Tyree. The editor will make I Buggy mare for sale. Waters & Raney.' The Klltor and Bulnera Manager left next issue, when he will have returned, by Friday mornintr for Louisville and Chica- giving his readers a more readable paper. -- For sale. 4 bull calve. H. Biughmao. go and returned on the 2 o'clock train this This trotting bred stal A red Young Mary yearling bull for The usual monotony of events was lion will make the aeitob 4: morning. rale, F. Reid, Stanford. of 1880 at our stable In moat amusingly relieved Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mns. W. II. WiiERnrrr, of by a genuine case of horse whipping, A I have a number of young bulls for Mllltdgcvllle, Lincoln Co. Liocastrr, were here Friday to aee their young physician of town has a valuable sale. A. M.Feland, Stanford. 915 to Insure n LivAdam Carpenter, near Milledgeville, sod, W. C. Wherritt, nnd daughter, Mra. hone, which has never been driven a great ing Colt, W. M. BjKle. del, and consequently is not well broken-Th- sold his entire crop of lambs, for June de- Or JI2 50 totmurea mire la foal, money duewhen Una. 11. B. Maiionv left yesterday doctor' office boy, without his knowl-eJce- . livery, at 5J cents. th fact lsatceitalnodor marapirted with. Men morning to join her husband at Richmond. lambs in the Halls Gap retained on coin till money Is paid. Waterloo la About all the secured a skeleton wagon, harness 11 year of splendid Her mother, Mn. A. R. Penny, accompa- and all neceary paraphernal!, and while neighborhood have been sold at 5 cents for style andold, black, 17 hands high, any hoio In action, and as well bred as the land. He Is by Richelieu, he by Mambrlno nied her to remain a few dayt. t; the M. D. was at church, his usual way of the middle of June delivery. Cnlrf, be bj Mambrlno Fay matter; he by Mira Sai.uk Cook, who has been vis upending hia Sabbath morning, when not be by Imp. Mesienger; ltt dam Helen Mar-b- y Bay Mteaer; he by Uarplnui; bs by CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. iting her titter, Mra. Lyle, at Nathville, professionally engaged, hitched the anibe by Imp. Meisengcrt'.'d dam Red Bird, by Cannon Whin; he by Blackburn's Whip; for the laat aiz month, ha returned home, mal up nnd proceeded to drive up and "The Post Script to winter," like most he hj Imp. Whip; ho by 8altram, dam by HtroJ; Imp. Ulomede. lookicK even prettier than before. down Main street at a Maud 8. gait. This P, S., was (juito an embodiment of the 3d dam a thorough-brc- u wasmare by a Bay Msnger'a dam out of Me server mare, and nr Imnorted RockloKliaui, Mr. Frank Harris, the obliging enrsged the doctor, and securing a black subject. faiblonably-bre- d trotting Richelieu Is the train dispatcher, has laid us under renewed make whip, he laid for the negro, his thought The only excitement we have had bone in America, raoit the winner of more and puraea than any hone In Kentucky. For always doing the right on angry deeds intent, and holding him lately was created by Joe Melvin's horsj obligation. 1 T. Jl. . VSHEJU l thing at the right time, he is without an off at Nannelley's livery stable, began lay- running away with him and Tom Pettua in equal. ing it on him in a very emphatic manner. a buggy laat Sunday evening. Both were T. II. Carmichael, who was nt one The affair drew a large and excited crowd, bruised somewhat, but not reriously. time aleman of tho St. Louis Calendar and the young man of tho ccalpel waa the According to the fellow's idea of the Clock Co., atationed here C years ago, is in hero nf the hour. "worst storm that had ever been because it . tyuft. Ml town in the interest of hit house St. Louis blew down a tree that had never been blown The new City Council met and were down before," this is the greatest year for Range Co. i .vaa1 Mr. Joe F. Waters has rented the res- sworn In Thursday night and the first step Improvement ever known, for an advertiee- idence of Mr Mary Myers on lower Main taken waa the election of officers. E. U. ment Is out for contractors to lay a pavestreet, and of course the rumor Is correct Burnslde was cboen Mayor without oppo ment in our city on a lice where there that he will be in poreoaelon of a dignified sition and Jno. M. Philips clerk. There never was a pavement before. 3 CM! housekeeper when the flowers bloom in the were two applicant for City Marshal, O. J, Misa Katie James is home from Bell "V .Ya . ,t.Xt:i r..i spring, and if the (lowers don't hurry up Newland and Peter Hamton. Newland re- Seminary on a visit. Mr. Frank Fox, of tZyjL'f' ceived fire votes on the first ballot and was Danville, spent Sunday in our town not Courier-Journa- l. rJTlwjl they will get left certain. .vy ., .vj.U! . order was the in quest of poultry either but to enjoy decided elected. Next in election of City Attorney, two candidates, the sunny smiles of one of our beautiful The fine Imported Norman stallion, will make the LOCAL MATTEHS. M.Peyton and P. M. McRoberts, which blondes. J. Peter Chandler is back from teaio.iofl8!Cat the stable of J. M. Wray, at tnllesi frm Stanford' at resulted on the first ballot in six votes for Frankfort, where he aya he "slept with the "Pink Cottage," 1J (jAnDEM ced at Waters A Raney'e. " Peyton receiving one. Mr. Pey brains of the Legislature pillowed on his McRoberts, Fifteen DoUars the Season, 8eed sweet potatoes at T. R. Walton's." ton was not a declared candidate and his dark arm, and some day will carry the brains of Or $25 to Insure a Colt. Champo it a ana gray, us nlgn, 8. 8. My. name was presented without his consent. A that body on his shoulders." A modern 17X handsthe 29thweigns l.oiu pounas of Oneitstyle No. 1 salmon, Frksii, ol May next. lie is year old Assessor and W. good In the lolnt, well ribbed and T. Nunnelley was appointed era. Hercules, if he can elevate that quantity of and action, with body, shaped thou Men; head After the election-o- f intellect so high. Dr. Joe. B. Graham and largo well set on. wellwas Imported by O. W. Stub, M. Bright Treasurer. He C. Kup-ley- '. Moue new spring joods at H. III., Hept. U. 1SSJ & Co., ol Bloomlnglon, bl neld officers the board adjourned until Thura John R. Bailey have returned from a six 113-WHAVA: lVJkKBFILD. day night, at which time the new officer' weeks' recreation in Florida bringing Tncnnisan independent candidate for will have their bonds prepared and take with them a large number of deer, wildjailer. the oaths of office. On account of the ab- cat and other skins they captnred among ! A mo lot of Zieglei's fine shces just te sence of the treasurer, D. B. Edmieton, the the flowers, and six live aligators- -3 of statement of the financial condition of the which are 3J to 4 feet long and are a The noted breeder, will celved at 8. II. Shanka'. season of 1850 make city could not bs obtained, but will be wonderful sight to "coons" and small boys. at my the mllei stable 2 variety ready by the next meeting. aweet potatoes of ever Uuitonville, on Seed south of They report a most enjoyable time and are the Huitonrllla an J LibIM lower than any one. Metcalf A Foster " erty turnpike. Abdallah delighted with the country. Olcnco is by Jo Elmo, Another Railroad Victim. George I DAVE just received a fine line of spring Marglson, a brakeman on the E. 0, railF. Holdam, one of our moat wor- No, 3150; trill 3 27; recJas. ord 2 40, and half brother good. Come and see them. 8. H. Shanks." young citizens, has the only dollar his road, while coupling cars on Friday morn- thy when (D. C. 8. so'd for 19,000,7 Review 2 28Mi Lyeurgus father, the late W. H. Haldam, had 'l S3 ana wars waKeneiu, racer, inai t iv; rinv New rattan chair, window shades, pic- ing, got his foot fastened in what is known In 1814. When dam Mattle 8. by Willie D. (by Foreigner by and while thus he arrived in Crab Orchard Imp. Qlenco,) 2d dam Bettle C. by Cunningham ture mouldings and wall paper at very to railroad men as a frog, got to Mt. Vernon from Virginia he Copper Bottcu; 3d damMinerra Duncan by Imp. " held, the engine, which was backing up, he low prices nt B. K. Wearen'a. Buzzard. Jo hi mo by St. Elmo. No. 275, by Alexloshimsjlf accidentally in the hand, Bll Ol ander Abdallah IS, by Ryadyk.' Uambletonlan ran over him, tearing and macerating tho shot to Crab Orchard, No. 10; Joo Elmo' 1st dam by Mambrlno Mesienreceived and came on Metcalf & Foster have just muscles from the leg and thigh to such an ing a finger, ger: Wl Ills D.' dam by Starlight, by Cherokee, where he remained to spend a useful and by Imp, Flansor. Abdallah Qlenco'a colts are the nicest and cheapest chamber sets ever extent that tho surgeons, Reid and kind, fine and large and go'.d movers, both In waa a natural mechanbrought here before. They are elegant. had to remove in dressing it several honorable life. He harnosi and under the saddle. I bare one of his Ingenuity an! inventive that with very little handling trotted a H In 40 , large muscles, which were hanging by their ic of considerable was as promising, but owsec.; also another HAA8,aGermanlivIngnear Albert many and patented ing to an accidentthat never oeen trained. Abhas This, together with a wound skill, and he invented was tried before Squire Carson, Satur- tendons. Olenco, although a natural saddlo hone, some valuable appuancej and contrivances; dallah a full mile on a 10 sec. slow track in 2 43, trotted day, for assault and battery upon David L which penetrated hia bowels and the severe of a contrivance for with six weeks or two months' handling, timed shock his system received, caused his death waa the real inventor fined $5. by II. Popo, of Boyle county. Mr. P. says be could Stephenson and converting reciprocating into rotary mo- show a230 call any time. Call and see my stock tho name day between the hours of 5 and C breellng elsewhere, and save money, for he The Gold & Silver Band will gtve a o o'clock V. M. The injured limb, although tion, which he was defrauded out of by the bolore some ol the best running and trotting possesses he employed to procuro a crosses In exlitence. He is a beautiful brown, weeks minstrel entertainment in a fe terribly mashed, did not sustain a single patent lawyers 19 hands high (gelding nuaiurel superior bono in order to raise funds to finish paying for fracture. During tho time ho spoke of patent for him. But probably the greatest and muscle and stands for the small sum of The boys intend to his being well connected, his home being in of his inventions was a contrivance for their instruments. $10 the Season or $12 50 to Insure. eclipse all former eflorts and they should New York, about 80 miles from N. Y. City. propelling canal boats without horsa powI will also stand my fine jack, which would not create a wave to be encouraged. Hii remains were taken to Covington Sat- er and Like many other Inven-tor- s urday morning, where the company will wash the banks. little or nothing for his At 810 to Insure. He It 15 hands 3 Inches high, It. R. Aoain. A leading champion of he reallrsd take charge of them until his family Is Up wltn fine bone and as muoh style asnhorso. and the Chesapjake & Nashville railroad here broodor , and a Is a heard from. He had only been on the road patents. the past few days letters Hare seen three of his has received in will tery Jennsts at 820. a few days, having taken the plaeo of a The traffio of the California fast freight colts from Jenaets that do honor to any Jack m..---. from both Huntington and Zimmerman in noriixl with renders the season duo. 0, a line has increased bo much that the Union brakeman who was killed on the' K. Those who hare traded mares bred lsst season are regard to tho road, the former expressing short time ago, He was a handsome, Pacific, In order to protect her Interests, has reminded that my money u uue auu exprcicu. r. prevent aceldenti, but not his regrets that the Legislature had deman, about 32 years of age and . feated the bill relative to tho right of way. IS. S. VUWElilj. 113.11 unmarried, care. We have a chance yet. ing region; tuDsttro nU of flitir burra and ono M. wtm uw, .a w , .....-Ta. vjiu iti -. la ln.nlil.Bi1 wilt.1 .Mhl. in.Akln T .u,'.u ' "Til I.,lll.r ., doltiK line and rxcplleut work. Tho tale will be loiltlvo. Teruii made known on day of sale. K.11AMU, II. 102 td Pmldent lluitonvllle Mill Co. BROTO .MM ST EEDI nt- - H lilch can be lomul b.-e- prc-feea-lon T RAVALTON'S. New York Early Eoso, Burbank, Beauty of Hebron and Peerless Nun-nelle- US-l- w On Time, "iir0?tisB r IRISH POTATOES -- I Whito and Yollovy- - han-)a- OXffXOBff -- SETS! - Waterloo Seed Coru. Beaus, Peng nnd Mel on- SEED IN BULK!'! -- e And lots of Mam-brin- a-,A.K,X)E3- Sr SEED In Paoera in Packages, Tnoafia 1). !3-3- m J. Jos F, Watk&s. GHJOlIFO! 3?SjJ. . WATERS & RANEY MAlIff Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Meal. Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggt, Petaloca, Mackerel, Rixcr. '. STREET, Xj35k GROOEBS, wujc wiiu i no iae io uj lor - STAMFORD. jHBjii -Jr in1! ""- -- - 'U K- Candles, Banannas. Orangrr, Lemons, ayrups lolaties. uocese, JHHHPK IW laWIHl lllJSMl'Hll iaaaafc?- Date. Figs, Raisin. Preserves, Jelly, Ojstets, Apple Butter, like, Cocoa, QoTCf, Canned Goods, Hominy, Beans, HaqV. llHl aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaW Pins Apple, tf Abdallah Glencoe Cake. Prune Pltklea, Frulf Diled Fetches, "CIB VUVCVUIlg Dried Annies. Corned Beef. Cracker. Starch. Bom. Soda, Tobacco, Claors, lAmpa, Chimney, Coal Oil, Qneensware, Tinware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Powder, Shot, Cartridges. joes, itaaes, Seed Potatoes In fact, everything Id the Grocery line, and alto plain and fancy Harnets, Saddlis, Bridles, Whips, Wagon Gear, etc., etc., manufactured for ut by the popular firm of W. R. Carson & Son, Coillll't wanteJ. Remember that wabnvand aell Itint a low as any firm posalbly can, unleas they carry on butlnest for pleature and that It a fsct we desire especially to reiterate, emphailzs and impress upon the minds of an Intelligent public. We Guarantee entire satisfaction, always, and deliver all goods anywhere in or within a few mile of Stanford or our suburban city of Jtotctaml. IT ATE 118 Jb ItAXET. Bardlnos WHMHWpBaBBSBBlBCJlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Kraut, fcplce, Cinnamon, VtHLSLHHNMHaflaaaHH EL. C. RUrPIaZTST, MERCHANT TAII.OU. I hare received and ttlll receiving New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, Comprising the bett In the market, which will be Bro-naug- Gotton Up in ntylo and Mako Booond to Nono in City or Country. Give Mo a Trial. May-wood- Wall Paper, ns-gr- Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of tne above and prices as low as the lowest. McELROY, flnt-clais rospon-roccu- B. K. WEAREBT- - Stanford. v(j 1 . FOR COUQHO mnO ORo REGRET. Could wo jo-n- TRICKING JOHN C. CALHOUN. Jf M HOW SENATORS DRESS. WITH THE SENATE NO SWELL FANCIES OR CONCEITS. WELL-CLOTHED Garb of Dm Chief Members of the Upper Ilauic jfConjjross ItoivOutwnrd Habiliment! Arc In llnrinniiy with tin Character of the Inward Man. Senator Edmunds dressas In ovnet counterpart of hU character sovero and uncompromising. While bis garments are of excellent material, they oro Invariably put together upon tho same style and cut his being wholly confined to tho "spruchig-up- " rare lwrfod when ho dons a new suit. His clothes twin to reflect his demand for "reasons" ami "iwperV' as vrll as to signify senatorial his appreciation of thorou dignity. Senator AMrkli, of Rhode Island, is something more than good looking; Indeed, ho Is what Mould Iw called a handsome mm His dross comporta with his address, w hlch is Senator ever courteous and considerate Allison, of Iowa, drosses with great caro and circumspection, presenting tho npiwamneo of eminent rapectablllty and intelligence. His clothes fit him to perfection, and ho gravitates to a broad expanse of Immaculate linen. There is nothing dandified about Mr Allison, but his neatly trimmed lialr and beard, rosy complexion and faultless attire, are in full sympathy with his personal and official demeanor unexceptionable In all respects, GOOD BUT NOT OK FASHIONABLE CUT. Senator Beck, of Kentucky, is habited in good clothes, not of fashionable cut, but made for strong and Industrious service. This is a reflex of his character. Senator Joe Brown, fashion, of Georgia, dresses in tho loosoand easy, and though very wealthy, does not expend his substance in vanities. This evidences hi? economic turn of mind and habit. Senator Don Cameron dresses with extreme care, but in a compromise of fashion. His tailor's bills glvo him no concern, for ho is willing and able to meet them. Ho is an exceedingly lovablo man, and his dreas is a fair Index to his nature. Senator Cockrell's garments are plain, although of good material. Ho always wears a slouch hat, and thinks more of his olllcial labors and home fireside than of appearances. Black broadcloth is his Invariable rule, and one may read tho g senator hi his dress. Senator Conger, of Michigan, stands by the coat 0 conventional black cloth swallow-tai- l ancient cut, with a fob chain dangling belou his vest. He cares but little for pcnonflJ adornment, and is plain in all essentials. There Li a business air alxut his garments which signify that he is ready for emergencies and w illhig to enter tho lists of debate Senators Dawes upon slight provocation. and Hoar, of Massachusetts, dress quite plainly, but their clothes are substantial in material, as tho Beacon Hill aristocracy would naturally expect of their senatorial representatives. Senators llandall, Glbion, of Louisiana, and Butler, of South Carolina, oro cut off the same cloth in the way of expensive material. They are like tbair garmentsboth neat and noil poised men in all essentials. old-tim- o hard-workin- Senator Hule dresj nattily and in fair fashion. Ho is natty of habit and speech, and and tils pose and diction compare with his outward habiliments. His colleague, Mr. Fryo, Is just a shade, less in empresscment, and his clothes and action, collectively considered, are in perfect accord. John Sherman's attire and the hang and cut of his coat, vest, and pants have John Sherman written all over them fair by neat and reasonably good, but demonstrating that thrift, in all has been considered. His clothes essentials, NATTILY AND CAREFULLY ATTIUED. jibe ierfectly with the coolness of his nature and practices, personal and olllcial. Senator Voorhevs' habiliments are of the composite order, somotimos fashionably and at others in plainly contrurtl. When prejos'-scmind he wears his clothes carelessly and with indifference; when free from care and anxiety he is invariably carefully attired. This is bis nature. He surrenders all eUo when duty irjpels, but when comparatively at leisure he recognizes his obligations to dressandod-iress- . Senator Saulsbury, of Delaware, is a relic nf tho old school. As he repels all innovations upon the ancient landmarks in legislation, so he abhors every intrusion upon the d frock coat of a half century ago. Senator Mahone is ingenious in dress as ho is in character. Ho always wears a frock coat tightly buttoned at his narrow waist and opened at the top, surmounted by a felt hat, presenting a wild appearance. Senator Vest, of Missouri, exhibits no tasto in cut or character of garments, and pays little attention to personal adornment His clothes signify his uttributes of willingness to engage anybody in debate regardless of consequences. His attiro may be summed up like hlniA'lf much smarter than he looks. wears Kansas, of Senator Ingalls, clothes of natural tint, usually dark gray mixed but cut in tho extreme of fashion. He understands thoroughly tho effect of blending shades and correct ioture as. well in debate as in dress. A connoisseur in effects, a past mnstir In invectlie and pointed colloquy, correct In the use of language, be it friendly or lw It unkind, his apparel is in jwrfect keeping with himself. His colleague. Senator Plumb, dresses in the happy mdiuin of busiuumt stilts. Ho Is bus! umi persouitlfHl, nud this trait is reflected In Looking all out tho senate, it hU'aviMUtfl. must bo sadl that, as n whole, it Is a body, with no dudl-il- i fancies or swell comviu, allteit some few of the senator J revel in the oppodto extreme. Washington Cor. long-tailehigh-crownwell-ilreus- Chicago Herald. Itfttnril of an Army Mule. No mule L better known or more "revered" than "Old Goo," of Leavenworth, who is now ut tho Shell Mound farm, near Alameda, where government liofses are taken care of Slw is now over 10 yenra old, nnd has not yet civpn up her nuilUhues. "Old Goo'1 was brought to this coast in IM9 by Gen. Kearny Hue ha been through flood anil HA 1, and has borne s me of thu bravest of our heroes on Capt. Moore was mounted on "Old Goose" when ho was killed nt San She hxs done good service ut mxst of the military po,ts on this coast, and U well known by all tho old army olllcrs win served on tla l'a-lf- le slope. Gen Sherman, on 11 receut vl--it to tlis farm, ivogiilzed this old.pa'k inula und said that this faithful servant should bo ittnsloned. .Mi is now retired from service and draws her regular rations, -- Sau Francisco Call Pas-qual- ihMtnr path. How tho AdniUnlon of Iuwn, nn a Terrl" ll years that havo fled, ho fnry, Was I'lnMly Secured. qulcklj from the tonguo Gcu. Georgo W. Jones relates a pleasing Would full tho kind words left unsaid, the sweet songs loft unsung! llttlo anccdoto with referenco to a ruse which How many caros, that long ngo dark ho iterpctrated on John C. Calhoun, when ho was laboring as a delegate to secure tho adshadows o'or us cast, tf ould fado Uko faces on tho snow, could wo mission of Iowa as a territory. Calhoun would not listen to tho proposition to admit recall tho past! any such territory. "I w 111," ho said, "make How firmly, ttoadfastly wo'd keep those a speech to defeat your bill. I won't have paths wo should havo trod' another nbolltlon state lu this country." How truo we'l prom to friends who sleep "Why, Calhoun," replied tho general, "there now 'noatli tho churchyard sod' is not n singlo nbolltlonist In tho territory of O yeai s' deep marked with Folly's stain? Iowa. I am opposed to abolitionism, nnd urn and toin by Passion's blast, tho owner of several slaves In Wisconsin."1 How soon wo'd free theo from tliy chains, "I don't care for that I may not live to could we recall tho "Mst! see it, but if you live you w HI sco Iowa Ihv F. F. Murray In Detroit Free Press. come ono of tho strongest abolition states iu tho country, with tho result that It w ill THE SERVANTS OF ARISTOCRACY. tho Union." Desjmlring of getting tho support of CalSlooK Sjcuplmnts Within Doors nnd an houn, whoso opposition would greatly injure, Insolent, Dangerous Habblc Without. if it would not utterly defeat, his bill, tho Footmoii are principally for ornamont. general made ono more effort. Ono night ho Dressed liner than their misters, fed often wcortetl tho daughter of tho great nulllfler ) nt honu from n party. As thoy were as well for they drink up tho to dinner, nud p.lfer tho jwitos and jcllitM, no tflarato, she oxpretned her thanks for his down-stair- s they courteny, and said she i aa sure there was doubt, as they tako them lead a lazy life, sitting on cushioned car- nothing she could do to oxpnvs her gratitude, riages, or lounging In front of shops and "Yes, there Is," said the general. "When lalaces, with benches placed for them on you meet your father In the morning, put tho pa, emoiits w hllo they wnlt They nro your lovely arms about his neck nnd ask him always couspleuous Dguroj on tho drlvo or to support my bill" at dinner, nt tho opera or bulL Hbo promised to do so; she put her nrms as If a sti auger to tho customs and tho lan- h" had asked ami made the request, and was guage should suddenly bo thrust into tho entr- refused. The general was at tho end of his ance-room at a London ball, he might resource, but he would not yield. He mot easily support that theo lordly creatures, in the young lady again. their breaches of plush and hose of silk, with your friend, "You must help mo. I will their silver buckloa and powdered hair, their young Clemenson, to call and ak you to tho tako easy manners and constant bows, were the gallery in tho senate during tho session toespecial dignitaries of tho occasion; w hllo morrow. When I send a card to youIwUli without, tho throng of fifty or a hundred you would send down and ask your father to flunkeys bringing up carriages or waiting step out'ildo to sco you for a moment." She to be called, watching tho company coming agreed. Tho next dii7 ho sent up his card to and going, banding out tho ladles, and the young lady, who immediately sent word taking orders from tho gentlemen, make a to tho senator to meet her in tho library Ho part of the sceno as actually as tho plainer went out "Tho bill was immediately called," dressed aristocrats whom they servo. less than Thoy lo-- e all their elegance on tho pave- snys tho general, "and posswd in mentcrowding, chattering, pushing, in- twonty mlnuton, and Iowa wis a territory." Chicago Times. sulting the gentlemen whom thoy do not know nnd criticising the ladles thoy do, A WIk Superior to Nature. incessantly shouting, "Lady Somebody's Whenever I visit Paris. I try a now carriage," 'Coming up," "Setting down," "Gono for the carriage," as often in mock-cr- y coiffeur, with a view at stealing Ids ideas, If as in earnest, and altogether as insolont ho has any. This is not often, as most coiffeurs aro far moro intent upon selling and dangerous a rabblo as can bo seen hi the world. A parcel of scamps in their wares than upon studying the shape of a lockup suddenly left uncontrolled could heads. First thoy sigh over your hair. It is hardly Lo vulgarer or ruder. Thoy seem too long or too short, too thin, too thick, or to roveugo themselves for the restraints too something. What you need is a braid. they submit to all tho rot of their lives. Tho more expensive the better. Without It Here the aristocrats ore at their msrey. life is an aching void. Thoy pour so much Thy must havo tholr carriages and they obloquy on your poor head tint iu a moment can't get tbom themselves; and the lackeys of weakness you listen to tho voice of the delight iu annoying and disappointing and tempter and find yourvnlf solo potoussor of delaying them, with only half tho show of another woman's hair. Coiffeurs are miserable at the sight of thick hair. Their occupaserving. Ono can fancy w hat the class might be tion is gone, and I am wrsuaded that the capablo of in a revolution A night scene majority of preparations for the scalp aro in front of tho London ball makes one think devised for the purpose of injuring it of tho po sjardoj. nnd jjoitrolouses of Paris. A woman, a great artist in hair, who makes This contrast with tha sleek sycophancy all tho wigs for tho loading Parisian actrehscs, within doors Is terrible iu Its sujgestlvencss. frankly confessed to 1110 that sho rejoiced in women. "Thoy Inspire mo to Adam Badoau's Letter. in produce works of art Hair growing on tho The I'rolilom Is Mill I'uaolted. head is a Iwther. I assure you," alio continued During the recent strugglo of tho Union earnestly, "tliat nature dbgustn me. It never Pucitlc with the snow blockade a newly ap- grows in the right places. I can put false hair pointed o.llcial in the mechanical depart- wherever I like, and UJioldn chef d'ceuvrol" ment of the road found occasion to make of I am forced to tdmit that this woman's wigs himself a flrswlusi butt for ridicule. The eroloiely. Kato Field. story, as tol 1 by one of his subordinates, is this, iu br;i . Hitherto it had been tho cusWAnhliiKton us iui Unlucky Name. tom to send oat beat y trains which had tc Tho old superstition prevalent among the break tho snow, with four or Hit) engines coupled together In tho ordinary fashion. river men of tho west that the namo "Washington" wus iu vvory sense an unlucky ono for Tho unomal motion of the locomotives when "bucking" a henvy drift sorved to a steamboat, and that ono no christened, lessen tho power of the attack, becauso the whether wholly or in part, wns sure to be force could not bo brought into a singlo im- burned, blown up or sunk, wm to have petus, this circumstance being due to the some justification In the number of disaster in years gono fact that the engines wcro lcosely coupled which, name Included by, really Iwfell craft whoso the wonl Washington, together. The olllcial J n question, nfter stuiying with or n itbout prefix or nftlx of any kind. No such malign spoil seems, however, tc the problem, declJed that it would bo a line scheme to havo the engines coupled to- have held sway in the waters of tho eastern gether by means of long timbers placed on seaboard. The steamer "Martha Washingeithor side, nnd riveted strongly to each lo- ton," which plies on the Potomac, has been, comotive In this way nil the engines would if not notably profitable as a financial tuovo at once against the drift and scatter venture, reasonably free from calamitous it to the four winds of heaven. The scheme visitations, and now we note that the steamer was tried. Every thins wont swimmingly "Washington," running between New York until a sharp curve was met The engines and Havana, formally celebrated her 100th being coupled together in a manner which trip on Tuesday, having started on her first left no play of action it lias impossible tc run on tho M of Novombcr, IS77. These round tho curve. Before the danger was successful records ought to encourage the noticed, however, it wns too late, and overy river men in tho great alley of tho Mississippi to give their patriotic impulses another one of tho live engines was ditched. chanco, If they havo not already outgrown Omaha Herald. the old fancy. Washington Star. Omnltornue Appetite of Horses. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A Now York paper speaks of the omnivorous appctlto of horses, quoting David BonTho btit&i t to the worll tor Cuts Brulm ner as saying that Startle would eat a boef Suita, ftal I Bheuui, Purer 3ori. Tetter, Cbippid sandwich out of bis groom's hand. Every tliods, Ckllblxlna, Ojrui taJ sllRkla ErJi.tiom, one kuons how fond most horsoj are of .iiid potltlrelj cure dlxi, or an par required, t, sugar, apples, cake, etc., and the fact is U kiumuIcxI to glTu twrfect wiltOc'.ttjn, or moaer mentioned in the article to which reference refuu'led. Pricx 23 ceati per box. For sale by has boon made that when a horuu's digestion 'Vnur A Me Vllnter. fails him he will eat clay if ho can get it, y Wonderful Cures for the alkali in tho clay corrects the of his stomach. As an illustration W.I) UujtA Co , wboleiila and relull Drugof the amount of food that a horse will gists of P.iin. Oa., iar: '"We hare been selling cousuino when in training it is mentioned Dr. Kln'i N Discovery, Eiectrlc Bitten and that when Judge Ful(erton was in Maco's Bucklea's Arnica Sal re for tw)jei-- i Hare n hands he got from ten to twoh o quarts of handled goo Is that fll as well, or glre inch oats a day and from four to s.x quai ti of uuirtroal istln'aclion. Tbere b4Te b.en tome com meal But horses havo bur Jly as wide wnderlul cures ettect'd br these medicine In tbla a range of taste as dogs. sltr. tiereral caies of proaoaoted Consuiiitl n A Buffalo represcntatlvo of tho canine bavB b eu eutirely cured br the ue of a lew race we lmo iu mind who hes uewr been Ur KUg'a New blitorerj, taken laconic-t- l kuown to refuse anything that human .n w'lli Ekcrlc Bltkra We Kuaraniec theia chow-choHo drew the oat except (I) slwaje gold by Pnr 'JcMlner. "ino theie, but would devour with tho House. satisfaction boiled chestnuts, An Enterpmifig, Reliable vtnd apples it pared and offered blm. Of PtLnj A Uoviit r cm wivi be relied upon candy ho was very fond, but his most not inlrtoom in i.icMtn of ererrtbliii: marked liking was for grlddls cakes with biiltoecureth .Vfi'ncy forfticli artklea bare sirup. Buffalo Courier, merit, and or popular with the peol ple thereby suitamln? tbe reputa" I.u of belli j Iter Six Month lu Amurlci. lUrlng waTieUerprlilngaud erer relluM "I have i oally learned moro whilj stop-plud the Agency f r the celebrated Dr. Meg'. these six months in Aiueriia than 1 a it did iu six years in school nt horn.," a young Sew Dlscorery for Coaiuuiptlon. will sell any mi and English girl, who is spending a few uo'ks poaltlro guarantee. It will surely cure "I havo been in how evtry aflectlon ot the Throat, Linus und Chest, with friends lu York and Chicago, and oi cry w hero ladies and tohovrourcon(ldi)nco, wa turlt you t call (0 'club' eery thing, and you karn such a lot nnd get a Trial Bottle Free. of things iu such a short time. I don't Cure tor Piles. Positive ve:y deep learning, but, really, it's Tu the peopled this county wn would lay that battor than none ut all Wo don't think it's of Dr. .Marchlil'a good form to always tulk about books wehaTebeeuglrenthH Agency Kuamntccd and writers at home, yoa know Ono can't Italian Pile 01ntn.eui-euipbatleExternal, do it, oven if otw knows, but bote you go to to cuie tr money got it. It may Bllnl Bleeding or Itchlu,;rii'. Price 5tfc n box. 11 club for just that, and seem awfully odd to you, but I know ten For tale by Penny A Mr Alitor. Prumlntt. times as uiulIi about Hi owning as I did What Can Be Done ? w hon I left home. I hopo we shall be able many By trying agalu anJ keeping up (uiih, to mako ladies' clubs a fashion In London. things seemingly luiposilbl may be attained. They aien't so'iety, of course, but th?y Hundreds efuoptlett casts of KUncy and Llrer ann't half us tiresome." Boston Record. Complaint hare bten cured by Electric Elttcra, do-strheel-tnixal-onuy-whe- re over-aciditt-- er lut-tlf- ol bo-I'lut-uo- st pop-corwell-lLO1 ae-g Bo-to's ally refundi-d-Intcrna- Your Hair should bo your crowning glory. Aycrs dSSmmHk ryy I Hair Vigor will rcstoro tho ltallty nnd color of youth to hair that has becomo thin and faded ; and, whero tho glands nro not decayed or absorbed, will cause n new grow th on bald heads. tu0 Jutufu' co'or nnJ v,Kr of tho hair be prcscn cd to old nee? Head tho following, from Mrs. G. Norton, Somen llle, Mass. : "I havo used Ajcr's Hair Vlgpr for tho past 30 jcnr; nnd, although I nm upwaids of CO, my y at hair Is as abundant and glossy w hen I was 23." pTi nssurcd, that a trial of Aycr's Hair JDJii Vigor will comlnco you of its powers. Mrs. M. E. GoiT, Lcad Illc, Col., writes: "Two jcars ngo, my hair ha lug almost entirely fallen out, I commenced y my tho use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. hair Is S9 inches long, tine, strong, nnd healthy." mWk,TKwmkm-.- . "ftA SECOJV3! JE WEIi ! res-m- liiii. V ii This one combtnM stiltlou will make the of 1880 at tuy stable, ner Shelby Cltr, In county, on tho ttlielby City and Knob Lincoln Lick turnpike road, at $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure a Oolt. lilrhrwl .QxMifiil fawal i.ii t ""H,".'""""" a T licacripiion nu nilap.u with b'ack manoand tall, 15 hand! 3 Inthej I ! bar. To-da- BENEWED Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho hair regains Its youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. V. Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C, writes: "I hao used Ayer's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. It is an excellent preservative." VXT tho use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. O X A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., had his hair restored to Its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, and cry gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of tho Vigor wcro required to restore my hair to its youthful color and quantity." cases of the scalp.. I H. Foster, Princeton, lud., writes: "I had been troubled for years with a disease of the scalp ; my head was covered with dandruff, and the hair dry and harh. Aj cr's Hair Vigor gave mc Immediate relief, clcntued the ?calp, nnd rendered the hair soft and pliable." ? srsrtt .. 1..1 . I ..Y. I.. i Jewell, holy the fatuous old WnshlugiiM Den. mark. First dam Minnie, br Mclto .all's ltal. , i um earn uy w ens nunaun, corn; JJ .. .. vninal.il. nl.lail. t.... hi. .I.m li Mr. oi nary iruckcii, tin uu , " H.C. Parrlna unknown. die mare, Jw- animal, from a colt. to an l mar . ... .. ..r...i in mill urnr thf .i only twlcs. tM slick tletweuty'two i ; lloiiuneien snowi mil KlrkiTllle, KiehuioiKl and Lcxlnlon and woro lenbluorlMiom. at reasonable I astiiraci) will ti furnlhntTnar ralea. rrtln with unroa lurfeli. the luauranre. on a I colu until eertiee tharge are Lten retained I1"''1'... . I. l.mm !(, (n ,l.fl. mv ifc I will ail J -1 mm .l. - HnJ tlmes-lefe- ..'.. 'CET Cov '.'iULLBIN, lkuirim. ""' . . . c iffifflffif1 ast ' i lltl; ifc HtMf ai iiiS'iM - mr .u iirftui la Ik HiSna etiiti. H hf Ol rttOtlfK It.l I.'OULI -! uiao wlr m. ri c touch i.i - r Um r m.Jl.ln m ,ln-- ......... inm ,..... mirur BLA.CK .". HAWK! m.in. ' fti lni"' .1 --- 1 MTAXTtlK j fr" Ml.lof nf rr Comti ii ..ill ml SoillOlUift AnafUtfa rlii4tl. id an 1 ft 1 l WlUl ti t nf mMlror h th m b.llltff BWl fl.H la rrap itl Crwiv iwmm.j i1 K At rt.Vto Insure a lire cott.motiey due wUep tho War coll n Mled or i re parted with. rig, 4 hands 3 U a coal black 6 yean od tbla Hut CaMwell'a "loung echMhUh H.w.1 sired by niatk Hawk, he by Vekclpede, h. by ItoUtrt son'a Ills dam was Hammon. lie by Imp Mammoth. by midairalllaek Hawks M dam was raised by, Silln Mnwcll and was an Importrd J rk I T. f Ky. 107-t- ' in rgLtiraKr e'onnuL m ' ckiUita TMitkii. riiiltS( 1fih rr it. rrir. TAVtOK. Atlanta. Oa t Doth for sale by Dr. M L. UUUHKK, rtanford N,ltUl(il. Bheiby uiy, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr Thia Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Roputatlou, AND Vermont Damllle pike, at Hambletonian. TTQTWi This fine stallion will make thescaun of I5!0at my p ace, thrte miles Irom Hunford on tLe tjtanlord A CIA 4a Tninvii n Xfnrn .n -- . LU . -v- I " lUDk..U . V. AL.M.W -- . in loat. - JZm Ayer's Hair Vigor, rut:i'.uii:i nv Dr. ... . . icn, nT UradTke'allambktonUu. Ut dam Kale by 111 a ork. an by IWo'i Vermont; W dam Illaek j wm. I HI re, ey imp. iniuiir, h dam hmlir Bpeed Wagner, by Imp. Wa.ner, Pmn. ITlnhan: Sihdim br I'ackolrl, Cthdam i. ;. . . I .i. .1. ... i -. 1 ii.i.. I.I.V f.M.11 ilDiai. win., l!Wi..litrn bands high, n"" 0. by William j2 2SjC?(&!l Iti ll'1 imi .!... .' Proprietor it Dotcrrulned that it Shnll bo tiecoud to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. J, C. Aycr Co Co., Lowell, Mass., TJ. 3. L. For sale by all Druggists. .'I.- - Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Keier nnd Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Hlllous Fever, Dengue (or "llrcak-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from Malarial polsous. ut AYER'S rt.... .v.-- inn .i alrrd i.t. who uu iijic iuu i..n. , fc William Welch, wllh prlrate record of M. eon oi llylyke'a Haralile-IoniaVermont llng a grand r. the grandert aire llrlng, anl Ulll's moat conibineJ. backed by thomujh bleed, ought to makeaflae stock horse I will also stand at the same place a flee Jsck, . m iu furr Baccate will be tonreyed In aal from the free of charge. Nrerlal aerommoJatt to CoranirclalTtaitltrt. The liar nlll always aappiied with the raolcul oi 4 kraadaof Lloaort anl Cliara. ,1ftit"iu,"r" xiov. noiitxsox. O. & M. Ohio & FUIaLllKOTllKKN. 2Ssz ?r jmL ii .J Mississippi I, w llcearduil cttaliiihed fmm The direct thrt ugh reuU "Harpers, S. C, Jnhj 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, Fused a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. Silt Edge &jJilver King by Htibb'a'i Denmark, known at On Time, first dam Mollle MounU by Cabbie's LealBglon, 2d dam by Young AinMlra, he by Taylor's Mrs rngir; 31 dam by Mlller'a Deamark. whlrh clfn blm a toUi eresi ttIKe Uilya 1.1' tint It ih irerM: Lottfiville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii and all points in the West. Two (2) Dally Tralm from Leularllie 1c Ht Three ) Dally Trains from i'Ii.cIbmiI to M. LhuU. luli I Only to hour tnm UwMrllle and ClDtUaatt 4thdambyJlra llel', oreaf the tint his day, Bih dam a no'ed had lie unknoirn from Virginia, Tbey will mako the aravin of I SHI at J V Par l one mile froia ntanford on the Huitonillle pike. Ollt IMgelsa dark browo. It hands high, years old tbla Spring and will ftaad at rrherMiof Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan mare bfouibt got n Through Sloopiug Cor Prom Clnctnatl to St. Loai, 4 tot, Letilt. EDWJX HARPER." rncrAUED by $10 to Insure a Lltlng Colt. &1VT ""gh line running Loultrlli; ' and Onclnnatl tout. Uuli. all other rnutet Ulcg tuade up or a combination of mall roadt. ThO O 'Bl7 ' Dr. J. C. Aycr & Sold by all Co., Lowell, Mass. Druggist. THE BEST 11....1 ! p.rfi.t I'.ud l; health, aud the true way to lnure health Is to purify your blood with Aycr's Sara-parlllMrs. Kllza A. Clomrli. At Arlington t., Lowell, Ma., writes: "Every winter and spring my family, Including myself, use several bottles of Aicr's Experience has com (need me that, as a powerful bon cicr bi-s- t 1 Hllrer King will l Hulled to IS tuarr, at the TbeOhl A Nlaslflrpl KslUar runi paUtlal blerplng Can on night tralni, Lmurltni Par- li a tame late, lie It S rearaod this lorUraonday tralat. Elegant Day Owch. braullful bay, IS hands 3 laches blgU Will alto a floe Jack, ct on ali tralot. tUL.1 at same place I,t,.,?LJ,Jt0,? onneetlont tre made in UNION DhPOTd with dlTerglog IIdi-- by that). X M. lUllway, ihutaroldlng troblraeme tram- fera by other route. colt, money doe at weaning time At fts to Insure He ts a blown Jack with white polnla Ayrarso'd The Ohio A MlMfatlpnl Hallway It Ibe only lie In June, li nandi high. He was Mr! by Alkln's between LouliTllle, Cincinnati anl tit. Utin King William and be by King I'd Up; bli flru under one managtmrnt, running all In Inn a lit k hstln 1nnrt ''e sired tr I'lil: Iralnt throujh oUd and lu ouiuni uenc Up and be by King Pnlillp. hu areond dam by ll recognised Plrtt-Cla- u IlouU be More CitilrJ wk li a large grey. MoreCaille Ttie twcea those Cltlia. STEVE WALKER, -1 s a. ito-t- r J. E A J. It. F.llllllS. ! DaiiTillo Wilkes Will uake the eeasoa of 1835 at my IJrery Btable In Stanford, Ky., and will I permuted 10 aerre a limited nuu.b r ot ms At Clr In llrWt A.nf. nt WMMr.i,u nun twr nnu..ln 11... .. . v. i i iuii pwiiiuiara at to rates, lime, mapt, circular! or any dealied Information, or write to I ll """ - mJ'AJVuW. M. PEAIIODV. u- - ' 1'rM. and Oen'l Man'gr, W. Cincinnati, O. Ky Sll ATTUC k Korriel.Agt, tfon I'att. Blood purifier, It Is icry muih fuporlor lo any All other preparation of Snruparllln. persons of scrofuloui or iouumptlu tendencies, und ejpccl.ilh dflluto ehlidreu. arc suro to bo gli.itlr belirflted b Its uc." J. W. Starr, I.itKinlu.Ioun, willes: "For yean I was troubled wl'h crwfti-lous I tried seifiitl dlfreri'tit complain:-- . preparations, whlih d d ins Utile. If nnr, good. Two bottles of Ajer's Sarap rllla effected n complete cine. It U my opinion the. this medicine Is t'.r l"t blood a eit E 815 (lio NcitHon, mar in roal.aue wmn i n;ui aiceriaioea.or the cot I lntuea 8t5 to Dinrllle 'Irlngcolt,a du when maliogony la Wllkei la beautiful oaled. lisy, standing li'( hnda hljh.ofgre.t trotting and baa trotie-- bis mile In 210: quarter in 27 with little handllngat 4 yean, ani baa alriady He li a coundlitliigultbrdhimtelf aaa brec-lr- r terpart of Alcyone, but a Uxsnt horte In erery reind blood llnei alto tlmtlar and spect and his la the earn" reaioro from the great iito. Wilkes Ills Brat and onlrZ-Tca- r ih.t l'hilTnouitiwi old that hat been handled ItBjIlIc Vagrn, uaitcd In honor or one of th fairest and brightest Jeo a kn of royal of Indiana, and l a worthy nan l.ltod, astlie has showed a cslt rlu- - tn'Jl' liirg buy Uk her tlr, tan baa a bandied by a colortd level tKt't aud a goit gall llnnTlll Wllkra ! br Lvlr'l (Ii-- ) Wllkft. Jr i kedaldle dam ot Dtnillle Wllkei br Skedtddli-- , br Oluerj I tdJiiinfSkrdaddl by Mol'c, .dd in Trumpeter; 3d dim sr.itut, 4lli Cam Imp. Spread Kaglr, Sthilam Wll Heir, Cth Itc'lns and can till trtce htm lurlber Into the tliorough'Twl fata-IIf reeetrirr. Y ora, the dam u Djnrillp Wilkee, flistiUm Meadlryhy Wair.Mdtm Slu-. axy. tl.a ton' o'd TMrgrupli 31 dam l'ajk. IroofMMley br Berthtmo lit taiu by rttoay iVlrrliVidstiiToui Hal (Iran nirnlihel si tt tt mmth Due caio -but will not b taken to proTntsr tlbleihiull aur ootur. 110 11 .1. T. XVXVCI. f.CV, ilanfcrJ. 1 BY Due when sertlce are rn-turat- l. Jtir to Insure a KcutticUj'rt Itoiilu Hunt oi Washington, Phlladolphla and Now York. rbeonly line running 1'UMijIA.N M:W SLUEI'LVH cmiih AD v-- l rlt 1 A SOLID TRAIN FBOM msr r .i. c Louisville, Oinoinuatl tc Lexington, to Washington City, Connecting In the tame deiot with Kj Faot Traina for Now The, 1 C. E. Upton, Xu1iuj, N. II., writes: "For n nuni.M-of jiars I was troubled with a humor In my ejes, and unable to obtain lellcf until I com I have menced using Ajer's taken ficierul bottles, am yiratly benefited, nud bellcie It to be I lie bet of blood purifiers." II. Unrrl, Creel City. Co., Dakota, write" "I hive been hu Intense sufferer, wl'h fnr the past three yenrs. Six months ngo I began of tho dy." It Lynchburg, Daarllle, Korlolk and nil Virginia aud North Carolina Potntt. Portlcketa and further Information, apply to your nearett ticket oQce or addrrsa W. W. Mon roe, General Agent, Lexlngtoo, Ky . Dlrt KoiUe to York. i ron W. ). WICKII A.1I, 2d Vice Pirsldent, II. W. riTLM'K, Oon'l I'att'r Klohmond, VlrgluU a' lt.K'p., 1SNO. IS SO touso Sarsaparilla has effected an cntlio cure, und I nm now ns w ell as e er." Sold by all Drugglxts. AYEE'S Louisville & Nashville R. R. 1I1C ORgAT L.&N. TO TIIK WITH Tboslreoftr iters, roiditera and mare fine y and tlrat data Ctt'eri. nines than any othr ttdllon 1833 four In Kentucky, will make the aeaton of miles writ of Stanford, directly on tlio Knob Lick on account of tho ileprettlon oror pike, and will, ever) Ihlng, be peruil ted 1 trrre marct at tho eitrtiDcly low price ol TimOUGH TllUiVK UNfc It Tho Church of England has nine preaching stations along the line of the Panama canal There are a largo number of Englishmen among the workmen, Preaching Along the Panama Canal. KiikcuIu ami tho (irapo Cure. The Empress Eugenie, who bvs been in very poor health slnco the death of the prince xupuriiil, is trying the grapo euro at Meran, There aro now on tho rolls tho names of cw the Tyrol. 17,vrj women, widows of soldiers of the war of ISIS. Value of 11 Cotuertcil Cannibal, It costs 10,06) to convert a South Sea can ' k st the dale on jo-ioibal to Christianity, ami tflen ho is only labsl td If 1.' P! e no all River too m fa meir, tend us our worth $9 a wvolc In n dlroo show. taiu QJt!IljI. ' Advance. r with Nips. I hear it said that the 3 o'clock t?a do not promote temperance. Liquors are served at them nud at tJ o'clock there is a by ladle who attend mild liquorlng-u- p them at fashlouablo confectioners and notably at tbu cake shop iu tho Hue do Hlvoll facing t'je Bodega. TLe fair drinkers of nips, I khould lu justice add, are moro often foreign than native, Ono of tho British iushessos, who often follows the swallows, patronize! this cake shop. Paris Xotss in Loudon Truth. I.iuHcs Who Liquor-Up tried In vain. 80 after everything eli" had lon't tulnk tboro l no euro fir you, but try F.lec- rloB.tiem, Tker!s .10 ufelMneao aafe,opure snd a perfect A R.fxvl Purlnr Klectilc Bitten will euro DypepUi Dlatotw and all Diswaies of ii.a ki Ineri. Invaluable In affectlous of Stomach and Live', anJoTotcornc all Urinary Dirtjcultlca. uuma Lirg" Bottles oniv o oui be-'- McAlUter. . EH. of Bourbon, e mr lives and wir toSIULOH'-- t CONWutrilON CUItK Tor tale , ,, .. , at M L Hfiurn'i. 'KO II THE ItliV Ir.d.,iays: 'tfotli m.'s-df THO ii L twurne. e 11 li WHYJI.WILL YOU ceil rnwlpkllon, PIrln-Skin' nbl'o'i'" Vlli For " i'e li rr I'i"po.lttv- - euio. Aiitlte, Yel'ow 4 tor 1 w)igivl- f dues.--"Ow- n'ii'i'tsr"iL ll ht'i Bounw'a I pr al at M. '' Jnr.vlll. -i '"a-- - r.l-- f P . when dnilob's Cure 51 I. Hour-e- . .!" ..,,... -l Oeandll. M l.utlllVO a .- - Muth. (lraMfurnlthod at 2 per month Duo care taken to piereut nccbiente or escafis, but will n it be l should any occur. Mass., U. S. A black Ducrlptlon end P4llgree -- Nobby U a In furebend acd two white feet, Mi bands high, LitlllNVlllO alar hands! Inch high, nne mane and tall good, bnuy to iin1iv11I(s and neck, excellent aboulder, leg. lirautilitl rWonipliIts' tact, faultless lu at miuetry; and back nud luln-- tu AND ORGANS. will gutianiie there oofsn't II re i ataillou Atliuitit, dlspoiltino, and these qualities Messrs. 8. R. 4 L.J. Cotkare Agents for the obby It be Inrarlably Imparls lo hit progeiiy John Church A Co. Pianos an1 Orgaut, which em- thetlreolof Nobby, Jr. recoid i'W'l and sold IXoqIi, brace the following most excellent Instrument!.' One of bis 13.000, when handled very Utile tnv tirlviiiiA. Mobile Knabe A. Co., Hazelton Droi., Decker A do a and for with llttla training, In Ererett Plaooi, Also, Cloujb A Warren and the colti trotted 1st! teaton, onnln 2 SI, at d waiwlJ John Church A. Co Organs. Those Instruments 2 8i).anolbcrlu2aand lllsauoxllriK woro tbu tie at the Ior2,30J Only one cbango to points In are most excellent In tone, of great durability and HuitouTllleand Danville Pairs OTer rlngtcf tren wedefy coDpetltlon, All of then, are warranted tT and twenlj.fourcolti. Ncbby wasalre. by Uar. A. It. Penny, Mrs for fire yara. inferencesrird Chief, the aire of lUlll Dike, 2 2Kl I'. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore aud mil Arp, 8Jl4, Med crujik. Jamta H alley, fctanfor ; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, 2 31; (JirrarrChtet br ilautrinoiV4, el. ali; if I u Crab Orchird: Gen. iV. J Landram and Miss LizJjidy Thorn, 2 IfMi Woodford Mamli lno,2 2IM, zie HulTman, LancMf-rKy. andothcralulhtf JOIUt. rirat dam by 1'raul.; 2d dam by Aratts, 3 dam by r.yslyk 'a HambleLBK P HUlfifMAW, tonian; 4th dint by DlomeJe, Nobbjr's dm n bceklrg hoiucs on the Hoe of this rot I will receive tboroujbbrHliare, said tobab Imp Irauby special rates. Parting with maroiiball forMt the Insurance mill until lnalliaw.ai.da lieu itali,ed on all ntoruuMon, turSra Agents of BTANFOKD, KY. For further . errvlcecliargo I'pali lhi Company tor fates, routes OMoe South side Mala Street, two 1o.. Ac, or write t'. I. M lallontraddreji the Myers HoUll P. ATMORE, (. P.AT.A., H Urn,' W. i r Ore aliBlnli4 Pure Nitrons Miiufjrd, Ny. LoultTllle, Ky March, KM quliti. 1'rlco $1 Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayor Co., Low el), 5 15 llio Season or $'20 to Insure SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palaoe Sleepers, t Jt PIANOS nd i1IoniKincry, am! Initio - Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS , 1 SURGEOW 0rte DENTlr i Vlion, a ' l1 ltm1" 4jyi.ii iMii.fiii m. i) jyj-- mtw'-u- r -- rr irniitnif -- rr.i mt,t n . aw,