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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886042001 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 0 VeeUn tttenor lamfttaf VOL. XIV. he thought we ought to sbe of Calcutta. First, the mint, (hat In external and In. ternale reminded me of that at Phlladel-ph- s; of thich I can not write particularly. i, mo miming Uhnut -- a regular val ley of Hlnnom -- where the fires burn un STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1886. NO. 115. VnbUHhcil Tuvailau ami h'riilav -- IT 82 XI3K ANNUM, CASH. understood If we etedlt tint 11.50 will bo ex Ptcteri and demanded W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo ond NotU-In- s Else" G'ALcurrA, India, Fb. 18, 1880. (Addre) AuclcUnd, New Ztalacd, care of I'ostruaiter ) TUONTINUKD FltOU LAST IJ8UK. That day'a excimloheniM with a visit to (he "Olick Holt of Calcutta," which on kit a ilone pavement, 18 feel the rear of (tin jrrat poatofllce building. A tabltt, over the gateway juit beside It, tell us that It tuarka (be exact (pot where la the old fort of Calcutta, over a hand red and thirty ear ago, that hor rible tragedy wm eu.cted, that really laid the foundations of the British Empire ao wide and deep. For it baittned the tuemo rable battle of IMaaoy, rbre Clire with bU mere handful of t attran Anglo Israelites, and nalirn auxiliarie, completely routed the cruel wretch who waa rrspoDilble for the "Black Hole" mamacre. Iliad Macau- Is?' thilling description of il, in Life of Clive," if you would hate it vividly before you. 110 rnosl miwrable to wuicn L.yiuKXUUDI IS 1N ITED. All elates of Goods will be sold on fCOXTINCED NEXT !SaUZ that occasion, as it EojlUh prisoner, thrust into an unventl will be tho last auction this season. Don't forget the dates and hours. P. A 0.8. 8. "ItoiiiLLA" Feb. 20, 18SC. To the Editor ol tba Interior Journal. lated room 16 foetrqiare in tba month of DzAn iNTKmon. The departure of the Fkankfout, April 15th. I saw your June, in Rental, will ettily account for on ly 23 being taken out, more dead (ban P. & O. Steamer from Calcutta ia one of comment on the outrageous Parole bill alive, next morning (he real baring er- - the "aighta" that periodically stirs up a por- and they accord so harmoniously with my KY-iihed in Untold agonlei of thirst and suf- tion of the languid population, to go out own, I send you for publication an extract and see it. Departing friends call out oth- from my speech before the House against focation. The average salaries of school teachers Yet, on that narrow IS feat niiare foun- er friends to see them well cfT That in It that bill: K. TAYIOK, in Nevada are for males $140 a month and aslf would draw a resectable crowd in tbb "Mr. Speaker: The humanitarians of this dation wa the British Empire founded. Of LOO AN COUNTY. Is a Candfdslefor the office for females $90 a month. of8uperlntendent of Public Instruction, subjict Bat for that blood stirring outrage, the busyseaaon. And then, It Is a "alght," In House and the country at large will never to the Democratic btate Convention. comiueat of India might bare been put ilaelf, to behold (his wondorof the modern he satisfied until all the lawless, desperate OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W -- .', back for lone, and long. .. world a thoroughly equipped ocean men in the penitentiary are all turned out, db. vr. b. PENirr, Oar gol fri.nd and brother J. E. Cooke steamer leaving her mjorinije, for distant presented with a chromo for what they NEAB DEPOT, 8TANFORD, Dontlat, The direct through line and old established route JVWlLLL got oa a permit to go over the Governor porta. That attracls another portion of hare done and a promise of further recog- For Meal, Flour, Bacon, STANFOKDD, KT. from Lard, Sugar, Coffee. ButOffice on Lancaster street, rext door to Ikih-Rto- a OiatralV mansion tha faintly now being society. Bjtwccn the two the P. & O. nition for future services in their line. I ter, Erei, Cannes! Goods, Chocs. Bolojna, Macca-ron- l, Louisville & Cincinnati to 8t. Louii Journal office. Offlco hours from 8 to 12 A. Ciacktn, Jelly, rrrserres, Apple and all points in the West. u, and 1 to 6 f. u. Anesthetic administered when boats are well attended when they are do not bcllove in this maudlin, sickly sent llutrr, Maekre Molauos, Frt, Hple. 1'eppsr, Clorea, in newly annexed Northern Burmah. I 1, l Ri necessary. 15Hyr.) can not demerit the mite of gorgeously ahiut to begin a voyage. timent for convicts. I think there ore jus Olngtr, Toa. Clnoamoo, Candles, Hominy, Bnns, Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louli. i oisiovs, unm rrmi, I'lCKiw, uranM, lemons, Three I'J -- lly Trains from Cincinnati Tha "I.ohllla"-- on furnished apartments. Il ia a palaca worwhich we engaged as good men out w there are in the pen! IUIilns, Tobacco, Clpira, Coal Oil, Sonp, Btarch, to St, Louis. Muln. Vlorzar In fact anrthlnir uauallr kpnt In But a stranger coming into your acTocery. looda delltered promptly to allpatta Only thy of tbeirsateat vice royalty on earth. In our 2nd class passage from Colombo, Cey- tentlary. from Loulsrllle and Cincinnati lo hours tost. Louis. o lon, goea on to London, while we abip on city aa be does through a hole in the of town. Country produco taken In exchange for the oonncil obaaiber I saw (It amoua Koo.il. uiTemsainaiaod i win treat you (sir, 109-tTho Only Lino by which you can of Warrrn Ilastinga, mentioned by the outward bound Australian steamer of ground and from tbo number of convicts G0NTRAGT0R& BUILDER got a Through Slooping Car Maciular in his inimltab'e easav, with that bt same line, when sbe touchea at the is- be eees walking around here, it takes him From Ctnclaatl to St. Louis. title. It ia a rugged face of one who did land, en route. A noble vessel of Jl,500 eotue time to learn whether he Is xn the ! STANFORD, KY. rugged work, in unscrupulous time, when ton, but 5 yeara old, and thoroughly fur- outeide or inside of the penitentiary. It Is .ltheoJ?,7 "oe running Offers hi services to the people of S'anford and O. to announce ta hla hutntn I It u lightly esleetnid on all nished In every respect, a all P. A O. boata abrurd to pay our circuit judges $2,400 a Tha editor laNom nD. vicinity. Lonsmperlence and careful Plums, wno wrote Dr. and readers that g guarantee aatlatactlon. Building materialattention of evhand, if it stood in the way of cherished are. The P. A 0. ateamera are, in the Ori year, Commonwealth attorneys $500, be- nonrca'a tunny adTertlMmsnu, Is dead. The made up of a combination of small roads. ery description furnished at low rates. ent, what the Cunarders are in the West-ah- ead sides their per cent., j'urys, grand and petit, larse tconlw paid him for wrltinir thii column The Ohio A Mlsslalppl Kallwav political plans, brought on soltenlogol the brain and he died of runa Bleeping Car. on nlgfit trains; LuxuriantPalatial of all competitor) and worthy of and witnesses to try and convict criminals too tuuen anartneia. ParI remember, among the family relic, lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach-e- a Dr. Bourne la detarnilaeJ, however, to glre his on all trains. my old ' Uncle Char)" brought from the their imperial position, for thus far they and sheriffs to convey them to the peniten- cnatomer the txnefl t of thla large salary In piloes . aaJeln UNION Desiring to change my residence, I offer for sals 'Old Country," wai a ticket of admission have not abued the power, gained by many tiary to be paroled and go right back to Brildrs Ailing wl.Lh dlTer?,D lines by theO. A M. 5 Kallway, thua avoiding trobleaome transto the 08th day of the trial of Warren years of patient labor, and assiduous ef- proy upon and to bs a terror to society aa Medicine, Fancy Ariiele, Jhilel Goodt, MilMy Beautiful Suburban Home, fers by other rou tea. lie Merchandise, Spectacles, InttrumenU, Heating. It ought to be tomewhere la fort to win the coy confidence of a capri- they were before. It is a part of the punOhio A Mlaslaeipnl Railway Is the only Una With 10 Acres of Land attached. 1 mile west or Jeiceln, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing ladle, Ra- The cious "public." At last they obtained it ishment of criminals that they are to be den Loul,TlII. tlnelnnatf and St. Lout our family archives, now. Lancaster. The house is good, so are the out. Zi ton, Sponges, Knives, Paper, Blank Books, onJ mnment, running all It houses; thera is a good orchard, Ac. Terms enual because thev deterred it, and I believe they prived of thoir liberty and to be confined The "Government House'' where the trains through olld and in conaequeneo Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mit tocaah. Addreesmeat Lancaster, Lock Box 30. larecognUed Flrst-ClBouta be. cd DiinU, Brushes, Varnishes Viceroy lire, lack i height, as seen from will hold it, at long aa (her hold on (heir in solitude at hard labor intidt the walls of 103-- lt JR. It. NOEL. twean tbo Cltle. without, but ia a noble building, with mas-air- e present course putting it nautlcally, aa we the penitentiary, That is the sentence of Everything kept In a ot connecting Hum for Drug Htore, all of t,me which Is new, frnah and au per lor, ba haa on the court and that sentence ought to be in'JtV'iJ.", u r?t8i' or writemps. circular dome and aaoh wondrous rowe of tall happen to be at sea. information, hand a tloxeit Hachetom, and will futnlih or any to The "Bingal Pilot service" ia a very carried out. The object of punishment is any good looklne lady who deals with him with I10BT. H. FOEMAN, Corinthian col am on. front and rear, (hat , choice of the lot. Watch thla column for Hat of one, seeing the magnitude of the to deter bad men from committing crimes of a ruler. make it "erery lncn"j a palace W. M. PEABODV. names, or can at W. B. 8UATTUC. Pre and Gen'l Man'gr, Oen. Paw. Ag-- t. The ground are elegantly laid out and interests involved, and the excessive danzer and this Is effected In two ways; one by deCincinnati, 0. A beautiful of shipping on the Hoogly, where the rest-lee- priving the criminal of life, when by some Bourne's New Drug and Book Store. Tery spacious on every aide currents are ever miking new shoala, to dark and atrocious crime he has forfeited bran cannon captured from the Sikhi at PIANOS AND ORGANS. The tides are the right to live; tho other when he haa AIutuI grace the centre of the broad touch and be lost upon RY pathway dividiug tn rear lawn. It ii dreadful things in the Hoogly. Sometimes committed some minor offense, to deprive Mcsin. 8. K.A L.J. Cook n re Agents for the kept in One polish and glitter like a gem the infhw comes like a wall of water eight him of his liberty and the opportunity to John Church A Co. Pianos ant Org ana, which em- Kentuckj'8 Ronto East followlug most excelltnt Instruments.or ten feet high. Theie are called "B rea" commit further offenses and to reform his brace the A Co., Hazelton Broi., Decker i. Boa and of gold. POB Enabe Krerett Piano. Also, Clough A Warren and tbo The VVtrand" aloon tha river aide ia and are very damaging and destructive to actions and detor others by dread of his ex John Church A Co. Orxana. These Instruments Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. tho favorite evening drier, fcr all Calcutta, all crafts great and small annulling the ample, hut this can not be done by a free are moit excellent In lone, of great durability and weileryro-npetltlonAllorthen. are warranted and it terminate in (he EJen Garden; not former and awamplog the latter. For ex- tide to Frankfort at tbe expense of the far Qto years, inference: A. It. Penny, Mra. Thd only line running E. M. J. M. Philips, "Girdenof Klen" buta pleasure ground ample, on our own eteamer, the night be- Commonwealth and a parole to go back James Ctrbenter, Stan'nrl; Mrs. J. M. Moore and FULLXAX STEW Msgglo Holmes, il.tulor, SLEEPING OARS e named after rilr Ashley Klen au old fa. fore she left, aa tho lod tide was coming home again to mingle In society as before. Crab Orchard: Gen. W. J. LauJram and Mlaa The fine Imported Normsn stallion, will rraka the. IIuQnian, Lancaf tr, Ky. AMD season of 1866 at the liable of J. M. Wray, at vorlte tu the Orient, Here the bind dis- up, suddenly there was a rise of 8 feet in But gentlemen on ha other side say that "Pink Cottage," 1 miles from Stanford' at SOLID course's mnst'dAlIcIoua music In the eoft lees than 5 minutes. 'It doean't take a tai- the younger convicts should not mix and VROM ! Fifteen Dollars tho Seuson, evenings, by eleotric light, when lor to know how prodigious must be the mingle with the older ones. Well, when Bummer Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Zy Or $23 to Tasurea Colt. Champo it a dark gray. I offer for salt my Farm ol 100 Acre, the mion faile. Such are a few of the etrsin of such a rise on hawsers and moor- the convicts aro paroled won't they be dig d to Washington Oity, near Flat, Lincoln county, on the w, nana mgn, weighs 1,030 pounds and 1 ill Connecting In the aame depot with compensations that beguile thii exile lifo in ing chain; not to epsak of the fearful eemtnated all over the State to corrupt the btanford AWalnut year old the 29th ot Mv next. He is of finestvle Crab Orchard pike, 4 mllea from StanFast Trains for Now York, and action, good In the loins, well ribbed and youths of the whole Stalt? When paroled ford and 6 mites from Crab Orchard. The land la be anything but wrench to the ship itself, Calcutta. It can never In excellent condition, an abundanca of water, large body, with wellihapod shoulders; head an- . The Direct Route to Our distinguished looking pilot, In hand- and turned loose upon society again they fencing good, spacious barn and sheds, implement, that in India even when one ia a was imported iy u. . Blub. uecic wen ei on. Daavllla, Norfolk and Hloomineton. III.. It.... 14. 183J bou, Ac . S'pjrato, all new, built In 1SS1 and '5. Lynchburg,and North Carolina Points.all Vlrxlnla bl.fleld ACc.ol lie i to live and die here. It fa emphat some uniform, and looking like a naval will have an opportunity to corrupt the CouifoitabU dwelling. 30 acres In wheat, 40 acres lu-t- r .r.ii-.virKEFitjO. For tickets and further information, apply to Icalfy ovforelgn Shore." Oae cm not take captain, at least, takes' command of the good as well as the bid element of our pop In oata and sowed to llmotby and clover. 30 acres for com; remainder tn grass. Terms and price your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Mon,, II. VltXOlt, Sun ford. roe, General Acent, Lexington, Ky. rest here. A "strange land!" A "atrnnge steamer for the 100 milsi down the rlrer, ulatton. Sut they say this will make the reasonable. (Ut-ni- ) ! W.O.WICKHAW, JQt. W. F01M.EB, land!" It must ever be, to all who come Our own Captain Ukea a "back seat" .lilt convicts behave belter. Blackstone says 2d Vic President, Oen'J Pau'r Ag't. we got to "blue water." The "last bell" that punishment is a much more forciblo from the "far Weat." Blchmond, Virginia. The noted breeder, wilt The Woolen Mills. make the season ol l$!G Bro. Payee1 of the 'London Mieelon 'had rings its warning; crew and passengers 'sep- principle to deter men from committing ft sS at my stable 1Yt mtUi south of liustonvllle, on us up to break flat one morning and after arate from outsiders; fastenings are loosed; crimes than the prospect of good, or Highest Market Prlco Tald for Wool. tbo Iiustonvlllo and Lib. wards I bad an opportunity of preaching the noble steamer swings out into the awlft the hope of reward. I am for the law conerty turnpike. Abdallah We are w pfepiteJ to minufae'uro wl for Olonco la br Jo Elmo. away we go, through shoal of stantly coming armed with a penalty dein Eaglish to about 100 floe Bengalee lads current, and Vn SIM- - trf.l 9 97. manntr, Ai waahAll make a 5 farmer in the uest WOKE ord 2 40, and half br'otlter?.. diuitZAmat and young men, who were In attendance on smaller &ra'f, playing about the broad river. nounced against aggressors and for its full specially of CUSTOM to 1m tblawuuon, we . mad Into Blanket,. solicit wool o.,recuru a .);,, u the Miaaion College. I don't know when I Past the forest of maaU pertaining to tho aod complete enforcement without parole Jeans, Unaeys, Stocking Yarn, Flinuels, ltolla, Louisville & Nashville1 E. R. (iu C j. o d for $9,000.) llevlew a 28U; Lycnrcoa D. 8. Ac., Ac. We will keep constantly on hand a stock 2 83 and Mark Wakefield, pacer, trial 2)0: Firat have faced a more interesting nudiencv, nor sailing vessels, lving at anchor along the or pardoning. Ia many counties now the of goods which w will exchange fpr woo) on fa -- TUB UBS AT- dam flattie B. by Willie D. (by Foreigner by Imp. Olenco.) 2d dim Kettle C. by Cunningham' left bnik; past Fort William and the broad witnesses are already afraid to testify vorauie leriai wool iwugnt at the market price. one so deeply interested in "my rosjkI" Prices for manuticturlnrj when wool la furnish Copper Bottom; Sd dam Minerva Duncan by Imp. Maidan and Oaowringee, with Its frontage against these lawless desperadoes, and If ed are aa follows. Crdlnz and spinning, lGKe: THROUGH TRUNK evidently novelty to them. Buturd. Jo Klmo by St. Klnio. No. 273, by Alex Carding and Spinning, doubling ander't Abdallah 15, by Ryidyk' llambletoulaa to rut A little episode of what actually occur of pilatial mansions on the further aide: you pasa this parole law and let the wit- Carding, spinning and weaving and twlitlng, 2oc; Jeans, 25c. No. 10; Joe Elmo' let dam by Mambrlno Jfeacen-ge- n Wl lite D.'a dam by SlarliRht. by Cherokee, red, let me Jot down Just here, while I out Garden Reach and the King of Oude'a nesses know that the ctiminal against whom Carding, spinning and weaving whit) LInsey, 23c by Imp. Flansor. Atdallah ?ieuco's colt are lll-lt- u Jl, MATTXSGLY, Fro'r, extensive grounds on one side, and the he testifies will be back in a few daya to think of it, as Illustrating the unreasoning kind, line and large and go d mover, both in WITH barnosi and under tbe raddle. I hare one of hla prejudice people take up, under the devil's lovely Botanical Gardens on the other; at tomahawk and scalp him, he can not be handling trottod M In 40 A NEW Pullman Palace Sleepers. that with very little wi u promiiine, a uutow instigation. iorr mi. A good person in Calcutta lust, tho great city is lost in the distance, or induced to teitify at all. I know this House Ins to an accident has never traloed. hstring that X preached that the British hidden by a curve in the river, so that we intends to pass this bill, but I enter my Buggy & Implement House. dallah Uleoco, although a natural rionw. LsJlliBYilltJ iruut- - i iuii mi io uu aiueec. awff ir.CE D 4 U, were the "Loot Tribes," was quite indig- cee it no more. Then, for the whole day, humble but most earnest protest against it. with atx woeka or two months' handling, timed to N'liMlivitlc, I will In a few dajs open a l'ope, of Boyle wanly. Mr. V. F. F. BonDtTT. he nant and told my friend, confidentially, we eteam down the ever widening stream, Meiuphla' by II abreeding any time. Call and aaya my could how 2 SO gait a e stock that it was a great shame that a preacher reminding one of the Mississippi below elsewhere, and save money, for he before had long been trving to get Bridge Full Lino of Agrioultural ImpleAtlanta, Pit posseMM some of the best running and trotting teaching that the British New Orleanr; of which, indeed, palm trees to (it to him a parting kiss. Finally, as a Montgomery, should go about ments, crowr In existence. He I a beautiful LiUIo Bock, 15U banda high (gelding iniature) uptrlorbrown, people were all to be lott. "It Is dreadful apart, It ia almost the exact counterpart, last resort he turned away, saying: "Good- bone With the rellablo Walter A. Wood Ilsrvestlng and m usclo and stands fur the small sum of Mobile mid Kew Orleans. .The "Jane & Mary" shoal passed, our by, Bidd. Sate and ye haven't any sympayou know suoh teaching as that; now Machines at the head. Auo a $10 the Season or $12 50 to Insure. lih'th" Upon which aiv friend tried to Pilot breaths more freely. Many a good- thy for me at all, at all?" "Sympathy, ia Foil Line ot Buggies Only one change to points in I will also aland my flnej&ck, and Wagons enlighten the darkened sut ject, but I know ly vessel has bees lost on that fatal point il? And what' do you mean by that, Patl. In connection with my Imof Band. At cerlalnstages of the rushing rick?'' "Come here, Biddy, and I'll be af. Always on ba-.not with wbateucceaa. MoELROY, plement business, I will also carry a The great "Maldan" Is dotted with some tide, to touch bottom there is to be lost telling ye. When I love ye so that I'd At $10 to Insure. He to 15 hands 3 Incbei high, Complete Stock of Lumber, wltn floe bane ani as uuch style aa a horse, lie elegant and very spirited statues of public The fierce waters strike the ship, turn her like to bite a piece right out of your swate and a flrtclaM breeder and iaa will rv jennet at f 20, Have seen three ot hla men. Two one of "papier of Magdals;" over, and In an hour or less nothing will cheek, and ye feels as if ye'd like to have Both raugh and dreited. Prices oi everything aa Booking homes en tbe Una of this roail will receive colta from Jenort that do honor to any jack and, the other, Sir James Outram "The tell the tale but the points of bar vards me do so that's sympathy, be jabirl" Mare parted with renders the season due. special rates. . Lew as any ouc. Those who oave traded mares bred last season are Bayard of India" as he ia called are spec- sticking up to tell, where the gallant vessel "Ah, Patrick, you know my weakneM smtsm Agent of tali Company for rate, route reminded that my money Is due and exprctnl. Care taken to prerent accident, but not retrnn- ially flno. Ojce more good brother JMay lies, broadside up, In the devouring sands, l'nko a piece, hat he sure and leave it, so I solicit a share of your patronage. Respectfully, Ac, or write I C. P. O.P.AT.A., ill' Ku'dany oc ur. 17. 112-. 31. II MICE, vr sent hl cvrhjca and "0 tlshod up" what Tho inae of t!.l i un..t dnuded sloal, . u tIS-Louisville, Ky S. VOWELZ jetiu uuu h Biiitn wuuii ye cornel" If exist now f quare, In ".Mai-colm- ceaimgly, and tho sickening odor of roasting human flesh would cure any one of a prelercnce for cremation, it scema lo rae, nu ywiin neru ucicg consuuieu at one waiting, as we stopped. We didn't stay long at the dreadful place. A drive through Ilarra Huar followed, wnero crowded life pours through narrow mum miu eireem, ami minions o mpm wcrth of merchandlz) changes handn al most dally. It la perhaps the largest na tire mart in the world. Oae wonders with never ceasing amazement, at the little cav ernous recewa where all Ibis wealth is stored; and how the delicate fabric) are kept from soil and stain, An old Armenian church built 1052 in (bo heart of the city, la another eight worlh seeing. It h very curious; very quaint; very unlike anything I ever aaw. Their worship is liturgical and resembles thai of the Greek church. The courtyard, around, is covered with a pavement of old fashioned, flat tablet, tomb stone with in scriptions in the unique and not ungraceful Armenian characters some of them very ancient. The Jews have a synagogue here a pretty building out end in. A rquare, elevated pulpit where (he Ilabbl eita and reads or talka, in the centre; comfortable aofaa and chairs around the walla and in (he aJcoyee There that will do for Calcutta. Erer In Jesus, lees. Geo. O. Barnes curious Illustration of corruption in Ian gnage. "Jan" means life; "marl" death. The name of tho point tbeo, In Hindustani Is the significant one "Life A Death.'" Jack ha, with the usual facility of the conquering race for changing language, with everything else transformed "Jan aur You havo on moro Splendid Chnnco and it will positively bo the Mari" into "Jano and Mary;' which answers juat as well, a a cognomen. Only people wonder why such a homely British conjunction of honest names ahotild be long (o a ahoal on tho Hoogly. The common impreesion is that the ship "Jane A -There will bo two- Mary" waa lost there. Only no such record extaU in the htsto-- y of this destructive reef, among the list of goodly names of noble BbljH. We anchored before euuBet, and the ebb tide had made further pro Of fine, Seasonable Goode, in which ladiea are particularly interested. gross dangerous. When we haltid the On receding ahoHS of the Hoogly were low Jino, in the far distance, on cither side. In fact it looked ai if we were at sea, but for the muddy surrounding proclaiming shoal Of this week, 22d and 23d, beginning at U o'clock each day. The goods to be sold, water still. Here we lay until 10 o'clock K.EO-K.IDIjEIS- S Monday morning, when we resumed our courso to tho ocean. At last, (he "outer light," off the "aandheade," was passed, and Will consist mainly of a full lino of fine WHITE GOODS, including Nansooka, India Linens, fine Onon-Worke- d Goods of every deecnpt.on; also a largo assortment of extra wide and fino tho lonely ship, on which it gives its friendHamburg Jjmuromene3' fine Oriental Torchon and other beautiful trimming Laces. ly warning, was left astern; the pilot touched bis cap and turned over the "Rohllla" Also a Large Assortment of Laco Curtains and Curtain Material, fine White Spreads, to her own captain. Oar skipper took his The sale will includ each day a special offering of extra fine Smyrna Rugs, including a few of a ver'y la?ge size and high cost, place on the bridge and directed her course and a limited number of very handsome Imported Druggets. and the turbid Hoogly was swallowed up Some extra fine All-Woin the clear green of the erer deepening Cashmeres, (including fancy colors and blacks; will be Bold each day. waters of the Bay of Bengal; soon to be replaced by the "darkly, deeply, beautifully blue" of the unfathomed depths, where no shoals remained to vex the anxious Remember these are tho last auction sales in which ladies are particularly interested. On manner, and the "sea room" was hound SATURDAY 24th LADIES, ATTENTION! &AMF m fUl Snsov. op VALUE I SPECIAL AUCTION SALES Thursday and Friday Afternoons, , Everything offered will be Sacrificed, no matter what the Xioss. S. I. POWERS il CO. STANFORD, O. fcM. n. ' o to W. It. Veatch, Frank Allison, pic-tur- BOTJT3NE heart-broke- The &M ar,o., 88-l- yr DIi7r.nr(1-ei!.r.innec.tIon.- aa first-ch- nt CHAMPO! jtYHMaHHHBkw a Hi 01 Llx-al- FARM FOB $ AIE A TRAIN altn-ate- y Abdallali Glencoo ... Stanford L.&N. " LINE nl SOUTH & WEST Ab-lad- -- tr Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 1 tl p Scmi-aHeeklfilnf 1 er ior6nraI FiaiiTiKQ duels with weapon is much, lens dangerous Ih Albert Sailer, who killed Bell Caldwell rough and tumble fight. Statistics show New York and will be exhibited by Bar-- in March, and who was refused bail at the that there have been fought in France Binne sum. examining trial, was brought before Judge April 20, 1886 1870 847 duels, besidca many between offiArthurs seriRumors of Stanford, Ky Owsley Saturday upon a writ of habeas his friends no 111 health continue and ce ra and between private soldiers, which ous corpus and admitted to ball in tho sum of Is a very scarcely over mentioned in the pipers longer conceal the fact that he aro W. P. WALTON. $5,000. sinking from Out of these 847 duels only n'no resulted in sick man. He U steadily Danville friends havo received iuvita-tlon- s Bright' dieeipc. one of the parties being disabled. In 03 to the marrlago of Mr. Platte Stout An analysis of the vote against the per cent, of tho catcu the combatants left ai V...i "P.itnt. Kv.. Willie Lvnch.a andMlea Z'tuie Yass. at Mobile, on the whinnim.-tio- .it bill shows that it was the the field unscathed, though rehabilitated. littlo boy aged about seven years, shot and L'lst Inst. Miss Vass ppent Itvtt summer dewould-b- e politicians that short-horsaccidentally killed a younger brother while WiLU3 teem as unfortunate with his playing with a pistol belonging to a board- and fall In this county, with tho family of feated it. The motion to laj it on tho Col. J. W. Guedt, and has many friends table was niado by D.'ck Jones, of Louis- edition of the Blair educational bill as in er in the house. and admirers hereville, but it hardly matters so far ns Dlck'a tho appointments he his secured. Some Latest reports from tho Minnesota cy Mr. and Mrs. John L. Slavin, of Crab he docs time ngo ho had hh bill referred to the clone placo the number of killed at 75 and political fuluro is concerned what must have regarded it as House Labor committee, honing to oecure the wounded at 214 Four hunJred houses Orchard, aro in town, visiting their daugh or says. Ollutt Dr. J. L, he did the "d- -n gambling bill" for he more favorable action upon it from that in St. Cloud were toru down in fiye min- ter, Mrs. Jnmes S. Chrlsman. McKee has retnrned from Louisville, whete I than it would be likely to receive at utes. Tho property loss Is $300,000. . voted against it and so did Jackson and fourco he has been holding interesting biblo meetand aspirations. Bob. the hands of the Elucational committee, others of like calibre Judge James Garnett hns withdrawn ings. Mra. James II. Ilutchtngs and Miss bitt alio voted against it. lie had not the but it has by a majority vote laid it away from the contest for the circuit judgeship be heard of no more this in the 7th judicial dUtrlct, thus leaving n Jennie Evann, of Crnb Orchard, aro visitcourage to do otherwise. Next to Mr. so that it can ing Mra. J. O. Evans, this county. Miss Straus, who introduced the bill, Mr. Owans, session. clear track to ex Gov. Preston H.Leslie, Mary Mcllaberti has relumed from n vfa of Scott, did tho most eflectiyo work for it. office. The squawk about Dick Warren'a not the present incumbent of the it of two months to friends in Louisville His speech ia said to have been a very fine having been fairly nominated comes from At Freeport, L. I , Friday, Dr. Thomas and Nashville. Miss Maggie McRoberta one and with his usual force he protested men who have stretched every point in S. Taylor was shooting a tomato can off the hai returned from a visit to relatives in' ' coining the sweat of honest labor tnetr attempt to raise a row. uic C 5ta against T! i This powder nTr-rl- c. iia bead iu Lio iii.ut-ii.!- . A ol puritr Cimpbell'ville. trcngth and wlioloKiincnc-- -, tnarrtl economic! u: jjor9 into gold, to support petty criminals in won in a fair and equaro fight on his part and, just as he fired, thai luckless individ4 Mrs. E O. Beatty. wife of Presiden inininaotiiini-- r Llndf. nd ran not b told In idleness and comparative luxury. Jails, and every democrat who respects himeelf ual raised his head and the bullet pissed vviuri.nuu wuii luomiiiiiiuua 01 lo-- r Ml, llioit sudweight alum or builiaUi lowdert. Hold only In Beatty, of Ccntro College, died very he, are overrun every winter with and loves justice and fair play will support through his brain. cana. UuYALlliKiso l'nvi)itiv denly at 11 o'clock Friday night of heart The Bucket Pijmb & Water lUlWaU (Street, N.Y. petty criminals, who rather him with a hearty earnestness. & Cincinnati Elevated worthless, The Covington disease. She was a native of Garrard choososuch quarters than the precarious Railroad Bridgo and Transfer Company We tender our heart-fe- lt county, and was born May 25, 1S25, and sympathy to chance of Btipport by their own efforts, Tho has given the requisite preliminary notice brother Samuel Q. Boyle, of the Advocate, was a daughter of Hon. Simeon Anderson, average jails of the country are the luxuthat they will bridge the Ohio river at in that severest of sorrows, tho loss of a of that county, and Amelia Owsley Andertoui to tojiof rlitrrn or well, rtuiovlni- - virgin, MT. VE11NON, KY. ries of crime. He begged the House to Cincinnati. President Eugene Zimmerman water bURf, nd rendering the weier pure, muiot-I- n true and toying mother. son, a daughter of the late Gov. Owsley. suball co or. Inbl Uita or ..,,.11 ti,. !..'. rise abovo the sentimentality of tho i... of the Chesapeake & Nashville railroad Thti old and n n1inlprf,f Her first husband was the late Gen. J. T. Hotel li stilt wain- Vbln: B0 N" ,0 K'1 t"l-l'each determination to ject and faco it with a says the work will be begun soon and finTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ua iniir-.- ii 01 a una;, i'rimiirnji7t u.ub.i. un rfpuiation. Cnargos rnuonablo. adit piece ol sl-anBoyle, to whom she wes married Oct. IS. lioa le ned. I)o not meet the emergency as became statesmen, Bpctlal attention to'lho traveling public ished in IS months. purcluie a pump until you (hU. 1815. 01 the twelve children by this mar-rlagThe Governor has signed C51 bills up by passing the bill in its essential particuVery W. V, XKWC03M, Curtin, Chairman of the Congres Gov. five survive her Mr. St. John Boyle, Ml. Vcroon, Ky. 11. members so this date. iv. lars. But he failed to induce the sional Committee for the investigation of of Louisville; Mr. Samuel G, Boyle, Mrs. The pusillanimous legislature killed to do their plain duty and the bill was labor troubles, is confident that the inter Henry E. Woolfolk, Miss Berlfa Boyle, of bill by a vote of 38 to again lost by almost as small a majority as the whipping-pos- t vtntion of Congresa will have a quieting 30. this place, and Mr. B, G, Boyle, now in when Gov. Underwood broke tho tie and effect upon the disturbed labor element. South Carolina. After Gen. Boyle's death A bill to enable the Lincoln court to killed it and his own political prospects as The investigation begins at Washington in .Louisville she returned to Danville, well. All honor to the noble 30, who did levy a tax in aid of the Fall Lick & Stanand Messrs. Powderly, Gould and not pander to sickly sentimentalism and ford Turnpike Road Company has been of- Hopkins are among thosa who will testify where on the 8th of July, 1879, she was married to President Beatty. While at that large faction at elections, the crimi- fered by Mr. Bobbitt. before the Committee. Chautauqua, last summer, she had an The effort of Mr. .Ramsey to take from Dealers In all klnJiof law breakers them-selvenals and prospective Prof. Foster, the Kansas City weather of tho disease which ultimately but voted for the surest and most tho Swiss colony at Siat Bernatadt the prophet, says that during the great storm economical plan for punishing and pre- right to make and sell wine was very prop- period from April 25 to 29, a hurricane caused her death. Of late, however, her health has apparently been good, and on erly beaten in the House. venting crime. will organize on or near the Gulf, and Friday she was unusually bright and The Legislature has referred the re Contraiiy to the expressed wishes of port of the Greenwood investigation to the sweep up the southeast Atlantic coast, and cheerful. She was ill but a few minutes Frithat about the same time a cold wave will day night the majority of the democrat of Louis- Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, thereand died before the arrival of a appear in the Nothwest and run down into ville, Congressman Willis, in spite of their by evincing its usual cowardliness. physician who had been summoned, the Southern Slates, followed by heavy petitions and protests, had Mrs. Thompson The Legislatute has been in session frosts as far south as Tennessee and South OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. postmaster of that city, but 111 days and has cost the State about $111,-00era KausM. now that a mill stone Lancaster. he probably wishes What it has accomplished might -- Col. and Mrs. W. O. Bradley left Fri HUSTONYJLLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. had been placed about his neck and that have been done for less than a fourth of the day for Hot Springs, where the Colonel he had been cast in the eea. An indig- outlay. The Interior Journal of Friday was nation meeting was held at the Masonic A bill has been presented by Mr. Jas. strictly on time and hence we are all in a will be treated for a severe throat trouble. The colored Benevolent Society ha Temple on last Saturday night when Denton, of Pulaski, to incorporate the Cin- good humor. bought a lot on Paulding street for $000 several thousand of the leading citizens of cinnati, Cumberland Valley & Nashville Presbytery of Transylvania disThe ? .TTi "m . r? and will erect a substantial hall this rumthe city voted for resolutions denouncing railroad. The incorporators of the road are patched its business with almost indecorous expressthe traitolrous action of Willis and 8amuel Whinery, O. IT. Waddle, Robert haste, convening on Tuesday evening and mer. Rev. Ltpeley, of Lebanon, occupied ing the most merited contempt in terms that Gibson, George Perkins, C. B. Simrall. T. evening of Wednesday. But Willis has D. Lovett and Lewis Krohn. The road is closing on the the pulpit at the Preibyterlan church Sun can not be misunderstood, this is the spirit of the age. In tho good shown by several of his acta that he is torun through the counties of Palaski, day morning. old days we devoted eeveral days to this asmore of a republican than a democrat, and Wayne, Clinton, Cumberland and Monroe, That tuneful summer musical instru sembly. Old aequaintances were renewed, if the indignation meeting means anything thence into Tenneascs. The capiial stock old associations reyived, the wants of the ment, the fish lyre, Is now abroad seeking SUISIIEYN, whom he may stuff. If you don't want to it means that the people haye determined Is to be $7,000,000. considered, arrangements tor mutuchurch get lied to don't ask a fellow what he to relegate him to tho obscurity he were al assistance and general NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. city with so much excellent caught when ho returns from fishing. In a effected, and especially the lone hermit,ban-ishe- d material, it has always been a wonder to A meeting of the citizens will take Gov. Bate has appointed Gen. Whltt-hom- e to some Ions wilderness mission, had place this evening not to express their disus that it should have honored with a seat to succeed Mr. Jackson U. S. Sen- an opportunity to brighten his knowledge newly apof Louisville's approbation in Congresa a man of such small calibre ator. Grain, Wool, Needs, Feed, C'enl, Lnuihor, by contact with the Hying world, strengthand of euch doubtful politics. pointed postmistress but to organize a fire Allen J. Adams was hanged at North- en his faith by the counsels and encouragesomething badly needed here. The boycott does not always boycott. ampton, Friday for a murder committed in ment of his brethren and brace his worn company, business men of the town have The but operates to the advantage instead of the 1875. and weary system by a week of abundant -made arrangements to have the public The Mississippi riyer at Memphis i in and generous living. Danville was always hurt of the one boycotted. In a free counfew inches of the high water mark of kept sprinkled this summer, thus square try the public abhors anything like oppres- a popular as a place of meeting and Dandoing away with the dust and dirt hereto1882. by no means forgotten her skill a sion be it done whether by capital or in the ville hai Sixty-eigh- t fore contended with during the dry months. caaes of cho'.era have ocinterest of labor. Mrs. Gray, who keeps a an entertainer, nor outlived her traditional A telegram was received here Saturby the curred at Brandisl, Italy, ten of which re- hospitality. In the times of Dr. Jco C. bakery in New York was boycotted day announcing the death the day previous W . Green, because her employes were sulted fatally. Baker'e Union Young, the Breckinridges, L. of Rsv. T. M. Vaughan, at Christiansburg. The national House appropriated $15,-00- 0 Ii the one tbatrarrln thelirgeitand not union men and because Bhe refused to Joe Bullock and their cotemporaries, when for the completion of the public buildRev. Vaughan was for one or more years pay a fine of $25 it had imposed upon her. a meeting never passed without a brilliant ing at Fraukfort. the pastor of the Baptist church at this tournament in the intellectual lists, it was . But Mrs. Gray is not only running her busi place and the many friends he made while John C. Riley, one of Johnur Mc ness as usual, but getting rich because of a privilege to attend these assemblies, while Lean's henobmen, has been appointed posthere will be pained to hear of his sudden the attempted persecution, while her perthe inveterate averson of "Father Barnes" master at Cincinnati. death. secutor! are likely to go to jail under the against instrumental music, the corrusca-tin- g Col. B. M. Burdett has gone to the An child of Mr. Bonny, Hundreds of people buy conspiracy law. eccentricities of "Bishop" Forsythe, of Waco, Madison county, fell into a tub of mountains to do some guagtng. Misses Our ficllltlri lor bujlng and tbs discounts on thegrrat nantltlet we buj euibb-- t ui lo giro betWr bread from her now that did not before, with the marked peculiarities of others of pncei tbao an; one. water and was drowned. Mary and Lizzie, the two little daughters e while eh? is in receipt of checks as high as the sainu furnished grand amuseRepresentative McCrearjr has reported of Mr. J. C. Thompson, are seriously ill. 50 from rich men as far off as California. ment for the crowd that usually attended. favorably the bill for the establishment of Mr. W. F. Browning, a popular young use of the boycott will alThe injudicious The Danville correspondent has reported a Cincinnati drummer was in town Sunday. at Louisville. ways as it should act as a boomerang. about all that was done at the late meetMiss Bertie Snail, of Danville, was the Judge Burton was fined $50 at Leban-a- n ing. The late eminations from Grand Masguest of friends here Sunday. for wounding another lawyer, Sam At-rit- t, CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ter Workman Fowderly do not sustain the in a rough and tumble fight. LAND. STOCK AND CROP reputation he had apparently won as a Cashier Roblnaon, of the First NationMra. Steger wants all the ladies to see Hut we leader. His letter to al Bank at Angelica, N. Y., has decamped and buy her beautiful and fashionable milwise and conservative Wool, highest market price by Wear- Jay Gould is foil of venom, threats and ar- with $50,000 and the institution has closed linery. en & Menefee. rogance and reads more like the ravings of its doors. Crab Orchard is coming to the front. I have a number or young bulls for one made reckless by defeat than the calm Capt. Thomas C. Jones, late clerk of One of our ladies says "Mr. Walton is al- - sale. A. M. Feland, Stanford, utterances of a man confident that he is in the Kentucky Court of Appeals, will be ap- wajs saying 'how the wife can make home Registered yearllni; bull for sale. A. the right and must ultimately succeed. pointed Consul at"FunchaI, in the Island of attractive but never advises the lords of Camenlsch, McKInney, Ky. Straight through on all goidi handled by us. We burr now the largut stork eier brought to this Such a letter even to Jay Gould is calcula. Madeira. rlty andallweaik tou Is to call and eiataioeour nod. creation how to make home what it should B. K. Wearen fold to Tom Martin a ted to do him and his order harm in a free Stephen N. Giffcrd, Clerk of the Sen- be for the wife." Will give her views next Jersey heifer 18 months old for $50. country where a love of fair play animates ate of MassaChusettz, ia dead, aged 70. lie week. 20 W. . Amon sold a thorough-bred- , who has Mrs, James Hutchinson, tho public breast. In the mean time Jay was serving his twenty-nintconsecutive months old bull to J. M. Hall for $40. poor health for some months been in Gould is running his roads as if there was year as Clerk. H. C. Bright bought of T. S. Bledsoe a no such order is the Knights of Labor, Annie Bell Langdon, aged 10 year?, past has recently bfceome inaane. It is a carriage horse, 6 years of age, for d while they are issuing manifestoes and beg- living at LtCrosse, Wis., has fasted for 47 very distressing case. Mr, Hutchinson is $225. ging for contributions to support them in days. She looks comparatively well and a clever, upright gentlamen and a good Moreland & Brewer, of Boyle, bought illness. their weighs 65 pounds. mechanic. Mrs. H. has a brother now in of John Sam Owsley 49 head of hoga averHon, J. D, Keboe, of Mayavllle, is an- the asylum at Lexington. Tom Chittenden, the murderer, is to aging 105 pounds at 3 cents. Dick Ward, of Paint Lick, spent Sunterm of the Taylors-circu- nounced s candidate for Congress in the be tried at the next Capt. T. A. Elkln, of Oarrard, oold to court, May 10th. It is nearly three Ninth district, now represented by Mr. day with the old folks. Jim Carson, of the Colby Jenkins 80 ewes, with C5 lambs LAN. spent Sunday here. W. F. Ken. thrown in, at $3 50 per head. years since his atrocious crime was commit- Wadsworth, republican. The Yosemlte News is agitating the nedy's littlo son, HIggins, Is very sick with why be should ted, and there is The spring meeting of the Louisville DIlLBSSIJfLex question of removing the county seat of pneumonia. Dr. Jos Petlus is also very Jockey Club will begin May 14th and will not have been hung two years ago. and Mies Bosie last ten days. There are several hundred Drugs, Books, Stationery and And he would have Casey from Liberty to Yoeemito and wants sick. Mr. William Stuart ington Transcript. are both very sick. Bob White continues entrefl. been bad his family not had money and tho question submitted to a vote. Fancy Articles. A murderer was hung In Massachu- very sick. Dr. Bronaugh and wife spent not his victim been a influence and had The wool market has not opened in poor negro. Just such failure of justice is setts Friday who did not make the usual Sunday in C.O. Louisville, but there is rather a firm tone Fbyslel ana' prescriptions accurately compounded All ML Vernoncorreepondent evidentThe jsjsisasaMHa1aVKMl0H,' among dealers, and there would be a ready what brings the laws into contempt and claim that he was going straight to heaven, rliHLaLtHpVBHLMiiilwB&bift makes the unenviable appellation of "dark He asked the sheriff to get through the job ly understands Bill Dillion, or he wouldn' demand probably at 22024c for Kentucdy and bloody ground" stick closer and closer by 8 o'clock so that he could be in hell to havo proposed bim as testimony to his cab medium. dinner and died with curses hot upon his bage story. It is too good a chance for The Largest Stock oaf Watches, (Hooks, to Kentucky. lips. More than $100,000,000 of money, it is Bill to let pass; he says the cabbage-groweJewelry and Silverware a meeting of President Johnston calls Robert Smith, colored, was hanged at gentleman and reliable, but easy to prove, is now lying idle in this Kentucky Press Association to bo held Nicholasville Satunrday for the murder of is a very clever the bought to this market Prices Lower than think he ever raised a cabbage or country, which could keep employed 100,-00- 0 Erer Lowest. Watt bee, Clocks and Jewelry Bo- the at Henderson April 28th. It will be a his step father, an old colored man named don't palred on abort notice end Warranted. did. There is a law here by men, while machinery and capital alstrictly business meeting and no one is ex. Sea, last December, for the purpoee of rob- over said he ? consent that any man who repeats ready invested amounting to several times TJ actual editors and publishers. bery. He showed no signs of fear and in a common pected but anything Bill Dllllon eays without stating $100,000,000 are now lying idle, because dead-bea- d, athangers-oThe free-grushort speech confessed his crime and warn& that Bill said so, shall be denied the right men who have enough to live on for the tachment will be very properly excluded ed others from his course. uaraess,Vr'Viuw.SWaj1 rnan'teu FaStenl present prefer not to risk it until labor 'Morm Waton, company. 11. . ddSf to talk in from the programme. HIUiOfUIIIYKO. OUTODO Bench warrants have been issued at St. shows more mam and more Justice. Menu, but for tweWe years N. on 100 consumer. ii.ouruianywhere, with twirl- There are now 52,000 workingmen hun-dre-a Louis for the arrest of Martin Irons, A, C "How many girls are there here audience Y. Tribun Weablp wiui d Coughlan, George M. Jackson and S. M. asked Sam Jones of hii Chicago ;rw v.Wn ciiunuiiaK urioro uur strike, but as they form only one-onir. im freight charges An Illinois girl died from the effects tf km Udh ways not satisfactory. and twentieth of tho laborers in the Nichols, charged with a conspiracy to cut of women only, "who were never saucy to tight lacing. This is warranteTerythlnarorUyoars. a warning to young "A woman," One 'lrmnnlv. Vint nrtnir country, there Is yet no serious cause for telegraph lines and intercept dispatches their mothers? Stand up." IVatonatHSdlsii wAwMmF. aWiMI a girl sixty women who attempt to make corecta per TSair2rfcv5asM ;i eellatlSi, i'unoW cons 8 I U alarm. The daily newspspers are accus- passing bolwesn Jay Gould and Hoxie. notes a reporter, ''who' was Top IiusMrtcaat 800. nnofsiuullyeoldfor313S. tur Ilaroeaa out of oil propor- The offjn chirRf"! fa 1 felony under Mis- years ago, aroee In one of the front seats form the work that properly belongs to paw tomed to magnify strikes and looked admiringly at the evangelist." young men. - Philadelphia News. souri Jaw, W. li, PUATT, Bccictur), tion to their importance anyway. ElkhaN, Indian.' The elephant J'A lice, widow of tho late in Franco thaa the average Jumbo, and nearly u large, has arrived at DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. JS Iff 1 Hi !$ I L'X-ii- ytai S POWOI 4 Absolutely Puce -- . I '$N'- Vv'St &Z3tZxttS3&gS sd U lil e, S3-I- iuaaiNN. WEAREN & MENEFEE. Farminglmplemeiits and Machinery, A 0. 1 . '3'Z2rJ Wim Buggies, Carriages. -- es. Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, Etc THE HOUSE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BEJST STOOKofGOpDS old-tim- We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, . MEAN TO CUT PRICKS & h raj lGJ-han- METCALF FG8TER, it Twmy & WMJMm PHARMACISTS, -- JEWELERS. r fJrJSPAPJ CARRIAGE HARNESS M'F'C CO? iSWWETWBMrni 159! " e JktBF 1 $m-Muuhtm- u A mo lot of Z'egltt'a ,.,,- .fine shoos Junt J'JUILW Stanford, Ky., G. O. 5eiedatH. II. Shanks'. Oahdeh Hed, OjIod 6rt8 and Seed April 20, 1880 Irish Potatoes at A. A. "Warren' "Model Grocery." NExTBunday Is Easier and the latest possible date it can come. seed sweet and Irish pota toes and garden seeds at T. It. Walton's' -- XZYr ADTEBTIHKMK.1TK. Best varieties 8TKAYED J WALL PAPER ! ! WALTON, - OuslnosB Mauogor. WantedJ Wantei!! GO.O0O of Wool at highest market price -- I. Malt & N. LOCAL TIME CURD. 5 ps if. 15 m. train going North .....,.... M,..,...,. 1 Bouth... .......... ...li 1 Eiori.atraln" rioutu, ' Norn, HmiMtHIMMtMltlmt " " tl vO r. AtU. Al M at 4tnt 30 minute I fh ajovo li calculated on standard fssatsri tiro. Bolar 0Mi NOTICES. git Lvnkrrth's Garden riteda McKiberts A HtflBeV LAM.Mirvru'a eanlen teed In bulk and package at Penny tt McAHslcr'n. WATCiira and Jewelry repaired on shor notice and warranted bjr Penny A McAlls er. Buy the Haas Hor IUmedy, the oriel oal and only genuine, from l'enny AMcAI later. A cOMri.CTK stock of Jewelry, latest ny A MoAHitnr. PERSONAL. tyl. 'VV--"r'-!:- "i' ;)tc!lly. Pin- Mn. M. S. PrvTOH, another of our cltlztn, left for the West yesterday. of Richmond, Miss Lucy Vs., U vMllnj her sister, Mrs. Judge J, M. Philips Rev. A. S. Moitcti has bten quite elcjc and was unable to preach Sunday, but is better now. Mekhiu J. W, Afccomt, 11 C. Warren, W. E. Varnon and Eddie U. Walton aro at. tending court at Somerset. Will Ciiaio, E P. Owsley and George McAlitl-- r are at Williamiburg making war on the Sony tribe. Means. Walleii Ciizjuult, of Fort Scott. Kansas, and William Chenault, of Louisville, were here a couple or day last gooJ Ari-eRMMa-ton- M. GoomsstonT and bilde, of Frankfort, arrired on a ritit to her father rhIc. Prof. T. I Squire J. S. Murphy, and other relatives, yesterday, N. H. Wootox;i presented Uncle Sid Myers with a very One fiihing outfit, which he appreciate more than anything he erer -Whito and Yollow- came into possession of. gone to Mn. George Duhn ha TTV)R 8ALI-Go- od Shingle Mill with Springfield, Mo., to take a position in a dry J jointer, Belting Complete. The Ray. Wm. Cleveland, brother of Corn Mill a 30 hone power Engine and a Tueyoung physician who went with the Mast. Umitii, roods store there. We hope that he will the President, was in Buffalo and said: Hunford, Ky Cubing party to the Cumberland promised do well in his new home. to give us an account of tbe trip, but be ''Qrover is to marry Miss Fulsom this T?l ' G. A. SwiNrimon, agent for the nurfailed to do so and Kath Woodcock attrib- summer." I month! old. Alio 9 high grade yearling Bteera 109-sery of Hoop Brothers A Thomas, has finm Invitations are out to the marriage of W. E. Amon, etantord, Ky ute it to a serious accident that befell him ished dellrering his tree, Ac , ererjr subMr. Joe F. Waters, of this paper, to Miss early in the action. In his ellorte to recovscriber taking his fiiota and expressing his Seed Corn, Benna, Peas and Melon er a minnow bucket that was falling into Rhoda Hail, the pretty and popular daugh- Ct. tatis'fsction: roathe river, he fell and a very Important por- ter of Mr. J. M. Hail, which will occur at Coi. D. G. Slacouteu was here yes. G tion of his clothing was ripped from lop the Baptist church at r. m. Wednesday, Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Bind 23:h. ttrday returning from Danville. He says en and Reapers, to bottom. This necessarily compelled him hU prospects for a big season at Dripping OEATHS perfectly still until a favorable chance to sit - Kentucky. Crab Orchard, Springs ii spttndid and that he will hare lU-t- m slip ofl arrived several hours later and Baron Beeman, tbe sleight-of-hanpermany people as be can care for. to double as the balance of his time was spent in the Grosveser Curium, who has made a woods repairing tbe rent. Under the cir- former, who appeared here several times died in Tezaa lait week. number of friends during his serrral years' cumstances he could not have given a full Mr. Gilbert Burnett, son ol Judge stay here, leatea to day for Springfield, Mo. report of the frolic and we therefore ex Theodore L. Bqrnitt, of Louisville, died I bare jmt returned from the city and I cordialHenry Bright' fine horae -ly Intlte you te call and aee my Elegant Line of II will ride And lots of cuse him. The party caught about 75 fish Sunday in New, York, where he has been Millinery befo buying. 1 alio call atteatlon to through snd take 12 days to make the my finely aelected atock of Ladln' Underwear delightful lime generally, Mr. residing for several years put. and had a and Not I on i. Haadkerthlefa, Collara, Cuffr and journey. largest, a bass of dlflerent Rev. T, M. Vaughan, for many years CoraeUof Drveaea. Iitylca. Ladles'at White Em. DtvgUm't Lttlcr, a Frank Harris took tbe my atore In can be found We notice in the broldered three pounds, while Uncle Sid contented the pastor of the Danville Baptist church the room lately vacated by the bright little monthly Issued by the Junior JtlUS. KATK VUIIKIIA II. himielf with etringlng a lot of goggle eyes. and well known and much-beiovthrough 110 2m tiUnlord, Ky. class of Daughters' College, that the editor Mlsa Anne duly elected for April are The Lecture. The large audience all this sction, died at his home in Chris In Papers in Packages. Shanks and Mln Lie? Tate, bDlh from which greeted lion. A. M. Swops at the Hamburg, Shelby county, Saturday, after a Christian church Friday nighi must have short illness, Stanford. Judge John L. Bailee died at Monti-cel- lo The Combined Stallion Mn. D. C AU.EN, who has bren In the been as gratifying to him, as it was indeed last week, after a lingering illness, decided that it is a flattering evidence of the good will and butcher business here, has ! JOK F. WlTKU. Tiioms D, rusBV. not sufficiently remunerate and will leaye Mteem that is ftlt for him in the county of aged 73. During his long and honorable 1683. la a dark brown with small Failed May 8, filled with credit many places of star; lSbandihlgh; extra hcary mane and tall, in a few days. He Is a clever, nice gentle- his nativity. We can not here give even an life be aymmelrlcallo form, with auperlor atyle, both In man and one that we would like to haye outline ol hi moat instructive and interest- trust, honor and profit, among which were harnvw and under eaddto. He waa aired by tbo the offices of county judge, circuit clerk, noble Sumpter Denmark, he ly Goddard'a Dening lecture on tbo "Antiquities of Mexico," remain with n. mark, he by OaioM A Cromwell's Denmark, be Mn. James Severance has gone to wbich embraced nearly everything of Inter- county clerk and representative in the by the tbe race borso Denmark, he by Im1st dam by Mlller'a Den ported Hedgefoid. Kentucky legislature. 8Ignal. Louisrille to take a potltion in the large est from the earliest history of that country mark, be by the rave korao Denmark, his dam by Cld Uncle Logan Dawson called in Florlzel, 2d dam by Montgomery's (Hirer. 3d dam A Mlddleton, to tbe present day. The fact that he spoke dry goods house of Sharp by old Drennon. Breedaia will take notlco that Jim is a good boy and bating been brought with his usual rapidity for two hours and Saturday to tell us of the death of Dr. W. Prlaca poiieaMw more Denmark blood tban any -- Come with tho italllon now In fhs atud. which all firit- tide to us lor up in the buins will ni doubt prore a 20 minutes and held his audience unwearied C. Sweeney, which had just occurred at his other horsemen will atknowledg haa produced elua a home at Ash Urove, Mo., of hemorrhage of more and combined atock tban Sugar, Coffee, svldle Candles, valuable acquisition to the firm's extensive for that time is sufficient evidence of the any other known In Kentucky, lias proren him-- u Flour, Meal. Binannas, excellence of tbe subject matter, which the bowels. Dr. Sweeney was originally an excellent breeder. force. Bacon, Lard, Orange;, The aaddle stallion, Batter, Eggi, Mn. and Mrs, G. E. Evaxs and Mr showed even to those of us who thought we from this section and married Miss Bettie, Lemons. Potatoes, and Mrs. J. 11. Downs, of Louisville, and knew something of the history and geogra- a daughter of the late Jed Thurmond, who Mackerel, Syrupa, Preserve, He Messrs. Smith Irwin and wife, Frank Har- phy of that country that it was of a vast with several children survive him. Molaaaes, Jelly, May la a rich mahogony bar, Chceie, ris and wife, Mr. Kate Hays, A. 8. Mytrs, deal greater interest than we had ever im- was about 50 years of age and a man of Foaled high, 1, 1879. nana and tall, fa aulctlr 13 Cocoa, fine bcaiy hand! Oyateis, Cloves, Held com- agined. The entire receipt, which amount- many excellent traits of character. N. H. Woodcock and Dr. Hugh and fancy, la both a natural and pleaiant aaddler, Apple Butter, Canned Goods, taucy, and a more nnllorm breeder Pine Apple,' which went to the Cumber- ed to a handsome sum, went to the Ladies' Mr. R M.Portman, a brother of Squirt brcedacan not be found; baa nsrer produced of aad posed a party, astasdler Uomlny, Bplee, aaddle action Beans, land on a fiahlng tour, in a epcelal car, Fri- Aid Society of the church, as Col. Swope M. C. Fortman, of this place, died in Col- ia colt bat wnt baa ahown etery year In natural Clnnamoa, the aad giving the blue-ti- e eolt ly, Kraut, Cake quantithe youegeat of day, proyidod with a cook and any neither charged for his services nor even lin county, Texas, on the 5th, aged atout die rlnga from Ihaoldest toatyle on both aides hU fardlnos Prunes, high-ta- ll He la Pickle, good things. Many fiih were caught permitted hi expenses to be paid. The G5 years. He was born near Middleburg, offtpriog. generation, la backed up by thorough-brtdao-to Fruit ty of n tb third !. at Diled Feacbe, Bakers Chocolate both aldea, uakng him yery actlreand Dried Apples, Corned Beet, Cracker, BUrch.fcbap, Bod a. and all tho party enjoyed the recreation ladies desire to express their warmest ap and lived In Casey, where he was well and Tobnrro. Clnarit. Lame. Phlmn.. and nnlih a perfect modiprightly in gait, li form Oil, Qneeniware. Itakea, greatly. the aire preciatlon of his kindness and service and favorably known, till some six years ago, el, Waa aired by SumpUr Denmark, 1st dam of Ooal Potatoea In fact, Tinware. Pocket and Table Cutlery, Powder. 6hot, Caitrldgea, Hoe,Saddle, Bled ererythlng In tha Grocery line, and alto plain and fancy llarneia, and E B. Hay-dt- n to assure him that love's labor will not be when he removed to Texas. His health Prince Denmark, (aa given aboT). Wallace, he by Messrs H. C. Brioht n ujpi, iruua etc., eic, manuiaciurea lor uj oy me popular unu 01 tv. it. utnon .c by byTodbonter'aSlr (iu, Sir Wallace, he Bon, Ceuttf try Produce of every description wanted. Bemember that we buy and sell'juat left yesterday for 8prlngGeld, Missouri, in vain. Col. Swope is a credit to his na- had been bad for a number uf years from Blr Albert (thoroughbred) 2d dam byVlrglolua aa low aa any firm poulbly oan, unlees ther carry on baalneaa for pleasure and that la a fact w de-a(dam of Vlrgtnlui by Tranby, thoroughbred) be cepeclaUy to reiterate, emphailaa and lmpreaaupon the mlnda of an Intelligent public We irhere they will go in busiuesa. We regret tive county and his great success in life liver and stomach troubles and thew caus by th celebrated Maatti'a Whip; td dam a Whip auARANTXBent!reeatlifactton,alwaya, and deliver all gooda anywhere In or within a few mllea of exceedingly that there were not sufficient peaks volume for bis energy, ability and ed his death. A wife and a large family mar. aboT boric will make the aeaion of 1886 at BUnford or oar subnrban city or Kawlati rl. IT.t TrMS A 11 AX EX. Thr survive him. He was the youngest of 14 my larm.3 mile from UuitouTille, near Oarpen-Urinducement here to cause these gentlemen honesty of purpoae J. WKWTOW CRAIO. Jr., SnJoamaa. atatlon, and will be prraltted to aerie marea children, ten boys and four girls, but four at $10 tbe season or $l)t SO to ipaure a living to remain. Mr. Hayden has not been accoll. Marea committed w my care and breeding A VERY elegant little hop was given at of whom ate .now living. tively engaged for several years, but Mr Graaa will receive my perianal attention at reaaonable rat, t be paid for before Bright ha been our large! and most en- the Opera ITouse Friday night, which RELIGIOUS. tbe removal ot ruaria. Wo reapocalblllty lor aici-deterprising merchant, as well a one of the wa heartily enjoyed by every one present. or escape. Far)lng with, marea iorflta tbe BIEROHANT TAII.OU. There were services held in 173 place insurance. most liberal and enterprltlng of our cltl Baugbman's orchestra furnished the music IIJ.2.H J. STKKLB CA BPEXTMit. and it was past 2 o'clock before tho happy in this city yesterday. The average at zsns. Stanford can illy spare such men party broke up. Tae young ladies were tendance waa 300, giving a total of 51,900 I have received and still receiving and their lose la to be deplored, very handsomely attired and looked ai Courier Journal. lovely as "the flowers that bloom in the LOCAL MATTERS. Sam Jonea will be the drawing card at spring." Following are some of those pres- Kavanaugh camp meeting this year, which A Raney'e. " Garden seeds at Waters Comprising the boat In the market, which will be aaaBiBaaaaaaaK"j'asaW ent: Misses Daisy Burnside, cashmere, will be held in August. Ills appointments V Mary Reld, blue in the mean time include Canada, New Oriental lace; diamonds; Corn Planters at W. H. Higgles'. Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Booond to IS ono in City or Country. nun's veiling; pearls; Suwade Beattey, light York, Missouri, Massachusetts, Ohio, MichGiro Mo a Trial. Seed sweet potatoes of every variety gray silk; heliotrope trimmings; Annie Al- igan and Indiana. lower than any one. Metcalf A Foster corn4, white flannel, lace; diamonds; 811 le The protracted meeting at Rowland, just received a fine line of spring Cook, Hustonville, tan silk, lace; diamonds; conducted by Elds. S. Collier and J. Q I have Mattle Brown, Lancaster, blue satin, Orien- Livingston resulted in tbe organization of a goods. Come and see them. B. H. Shank. tal lace; pearls; Mary Alcorn, cream nun's congregation of GO members. They had Fodnb. A Bracelet in my office Friday veiling, lace; flowers; Belle Cook, Jiuston-yill- e, good audiences and the best of attention last. Loser can recover same by calling black silk, lacef fbwer?; Emma Sauf-le- during the entire meeting and much good N. SID PI,ATT, JLOUISVILMJ. for It. W. B. Penny. white mull, velvet; pearls; Lizzie Far-rl- waa done by the presentation of the gospel changeable silk, lace; pearls; Bhoda of Christ so plainly and affectionately. II. Metcalf & Foster have just received 1 cheapest chamber sets ever Fortman, light blue albatross, lace; flowers; N. Waro and J. T. O'Hara were appointed the nicest and Bessie Reld, green velvet, tricot; flowers; elderr; J. D. Brady and W. n. Dudderar, brought here before. They are elegant. Sue Bout, black silk, lace; diamonds; Ellen deacons; C. E. Martin, clerk, H, N, Ware. Onk Cent. Send your name on a postal Wearen, blue nun'd veiling, Oriental lace; Dressed Pine riooringOeiling, Weather Three dudieh young meu of Meriden, card to Sharps & Mlddleton, Louisrille, diamonds; Helen Sauflsy, brown and orBoards, Finishing Lumber, Green handsomest ange silk; pjarlr; May Helm, white flannel, Conn., decided to call upon three young Ky., tkd obtain a copy of the Lumber in tbe Bough, inoluding women who wero not at all anxious to see illustrated Dry Goods Citalogue eyir given Oriental lace; fbwers; Mrs. Dr, W. B. Pen- them. They did call, rigged out in their Laths and Shingles. ny, cream nun's veiling; natural flowers. beat clothes, were ushered into the parlor, awy' . For tbe convenience of our cnitomers In Stanand there found, cenrplcuously displayed, arranged with Geo. The City Council finding that one of The visiting young gentlemen present were a quart of salt and a Bpoon. After gazing at ford and vicinityto wo bavobla yarda ananortment keep on It, UVft not act as assessor of W. J. Davis, 8. Vaughn, Wm. Dogan, O. theee for some time and waiting in vain for of our Lumber, where tber can get It ai cheap a their number could for He the property of the town annulled the ap- R. Judy, Charles Irvine, Richard Denny, tho young women, the callers crae to the from mdlrert ii i.a will "lao make ritlmatn -' ,,." or jboil i.ci D 0. Allen, couclutdoo that they were imlted too fresh ht JIULliA A' DAVIS, pointment of A. T. Nunnelley and choee of Danville; Wm. Hccker and uotlic. Uly, Ky. York Sun, Hustonville, and others, and went home,-N-ew S. 8. Myers iu his stead. h -- It is the same old Hong. The Cincinna- Tiro Itau IS hntulnhlah anil X pounds ti Southern failed to maks connection Jhotcn JIofnc, for cash. again yesterday for the several hundredth About tamo alzo. Mules are C ypara old and horre A. T, Nunnelley, for tlmo recently. Tho U. 8. ought to quit the 10. A sultablo reward will ba paid ;. return of Mtnoto 11'. avXX. Mil. M03E M. Wiiay took a parly of 125 business or do better. negroes to Rouruhtone to peel tan bark in Prof. T M. Hawks, who won so much the woods of B. F. Klnr;. pMlse m an nlocutloplst on his last visit The atockholdera of the Knob Lick Turnpike Foil Bent. An clcRiintntoro room, iJor hero, he consented to coma njain on the Road Co. will meet at HUnfurd on Die lat Saturday In May, !8M, for the purno-- e ol electing a 80 feet, location the best. For term apply 120th Inst, in tho intorct of the Presbyteri- I'realdcnt and Uoird of l)Irertor for theeniulr (117-tan Lidies' Aid Society, at whoec church ho year. A. K. DKNNY, I'realdent to J. C, Itiblnson, Lanciater, Ky. It will appear. e,. i.. You will find our hooka at the store of Mil. McKini.uy, formerly of Iluttou-ville- , Motailf A Footer. It will eavo you cot by 1ijw terfeotcd his invention of a hot The annual niectlog of the atockhoMera of tho settling at once. Bright A Melcalf. 2 A llalla Co. fur Airengluo and last week put up ono in the Stanford I'realdent(lap Turnpike DIrpctoritho election ola and Hoard of lor the office of the Paris AltiM, wbich runs the ma enaulng rear will bo held In tho Circuit Ulvrk's Call at Wearen A MencfWa and fee the office In Htanfonl on the lit S.iturdar In Mat, 'SO, largest stock of Bungle, Surreys, Carriages, chlnery witb aie at a very armll cost. If at 2 o'ulock p. u. (117-tJ. E. LYNN, l'rca. Spring Wagons and Buck Boards ever the invontion is all that is claimed for it Mr. McKlnley U within sight of n large brought to Stanford. fortune. The atockholdera of the Htanfoid A ilutUnrllle Anytiii.no in straw goods, from a broadA iitirATCit from Lebanon says that tho Turnpike Road Co. wLt hnd thMr tti,..,i brim buckeyo to a hnndiome Mackanaw or lug for the election of a i'realdent and ttosrd ul Director! at Store, Manilla. Also a nice lot of stiff hats in boiler of tho distillery of Mueller, Wathcn lat Saturday Ilatlej'a ISSC, at TurneriTllle, m.on tho a o'clock p. la May, A Keoberls, exploded yesterday at 2 I. M , d J V. CASU, I'realdent. black, browns nnJ light colors at Bruce A killing Jim Taylor, colored, fireman, and McKoberts'. ' seriously injuring John Collins. Ono side The lamp posts aro In position and there of the distillery, one boiler nnd the boile- rIs but one fault to be found with their lo- house are distributed The annual in the adjoining TurnfriTllle, meeting of the abareholdera of the cation they might hare bjen placed clos- counties. Caiue of explosion not yet learn- Road Co. will ilcilnney ACofJ.y'a Mill Turnpiko be held at Jonea' Store, McKlnney, on the lit Saturday In May, 18V5, at 9 a. m. for er together in the business part of town ed; loss heavy. tbepurpoieof electing i'realdent and Hoard of HI MM and not extended so far into the streets but Dlrtctora for tbeeniutna J ear. d M. McKINNEY, PrealdanL The week of delightful weather has met. little used. amorphoscd the whole face of naturo and The opera of "Amor" to be given at the the bills and valleys carpeted with their Opera House here on the evening of the rich supply of blue-gra- ss and studded The ahareholderaol the Uanglng 30th, by the local talent of Harrodsburg is with blossoming and blooming trees and Rtrer Turnpike Road Co. will meet Fork A Green at Jonea' Store the production of two young gentlemen of shrubbery, gladden the eye on every hand, In McKlnney on the lit Saturday In Mar, lt&0. purpoae of electing a Preildant and Board lor tbe that town, Meesrs. H. C Wood, who wrote and make life the brighter and happier. of Dlrectora for tbe eniulng year. (117-tJ. W. OIVENS, PretldenL libretto, and L. C. Waller, who com The farmers are figuratively making hay the posed the music. The large crowd which while the sun shines and aro getting in a gathered to bear it when rendered at Har- large crop of corn. rodsburg was unanimous in its praises, proOyster Bill Alfoed. who was raised Tbe atockholdera of tbe lluitonrllle A Cofley'a uset nouncing It a most meritorious work, both in Stanford, and up to the time he left re- Mill Turnpike Iloid Co. will May, at T. C. 1Jaiper'a 1E85, at o'clock Store on tbe lat Saturday In p. M. for the purpoie of electing a Freildent and from a literary and musical standpoint. garded as a harmless but somewhat worth Board ol Dlrectora for tb enaulng year. Editor Spolswood writes us giving it bis less boy, was sent up for d O. C. LYON, Prcaldent, six years at Louis strongest endorsement and a he is a musi ville Saturday for the killing of Frank cian of note himself, we are confident that Wheeler a year or two ago. After tba kill-in- g it ill prove a treat to our citizins. That Aiford ran off, but was captured recentThe atockholdera ol the Stanford A MlHedgevllle the troupe will have a full house goes ly in Michigan and brought meet at back for trial. Turnpike Road Co. will Saturday McCorwack' Meeting llouae on the lit in May, 18C, saying, the excellence of the enwithout He ha served one or more terms in the at 2 p.m. for tbe purpose of electing a Prsildcnt tertainment, the object of its rendition and penitentiary for the enaulog year. and Board ol Direc'ora before this. 117 td A. W. CARPENTER, Prtaldent, courtesy to the worthy young people of our inducing to that end. neighboring town, all UARRIAOES. - . From 8. Fork, Lincoln county, Ky,, Jfr WALL PAPER WALL Turnpike Election. PAPER! Trimmed and Itcntly for Use, at Turnpike Election. M'ROBERTS & -- JSTAGG-'S- . Turnpike Election. lOTJ-ST THE k3 Ie found at- - --. 117-t- Turnpiko Election. BEST Which can T -- 117-t- Turnpike Election. T. R WALTON'S. I TurnpikeJElection. New York Early Bose, Burbank, Beauty of Hebron and Peerless 117-t- Turnpike Election. IRISH POTATOES ONIOnr SETS! -- 1 It. KAURIS, Ag't -- SEED IN BULK!! Isr Millinery. poet-offi- ed SEED STALLI0NSP0R 1886. Prince Denmark WATERS & RANE Y MAIN STREET, - - STAFFORD. QBOOERS, nrat-claa- WAIX&CE DENMARK. lHB52t HIM' J pBffBilHI MB'5 ESlSllaPvHHHHH sawMwBBlPJPJlB' ur, lre 1! nt H. C. RUPLEY, .oUoYohofl,, .3&a IJfew Goods for Spring and Summer, y, Wall Paper, s, LUMBER Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. ,M Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. T Semi-SKeeHfiSnterior asjgKjHMUaaCS' d . - "" $mriral THE KINGDOM OF LOVE. The Mothers Influence. " ' fOR COUGHS A'tiO On MAIN PREDOMINATES. DIMINISHED DEVELOPMENTOF NOSES EYES, EAIVS AND LIMBS. Tho Snase of Smell Clvlllioil Itnces as e A Story from Popu Siicctnclo-Wcarerfrclcncc Legs of tlio Ditile Women Losing Their Arm. r In tho dawn of tho day, when tho sea and tho earth Reflootcd tho tunrlso above, I set forth, with a heart full of courage and mirth, To seok for the Kingdom ot Love I asked of a poet I mot on tho way Which cross-roawould load me aright And he said: "Follow mo, and ere long y or will SCO Its glistening turrots of light d That tho brain has In later dnys of evolution mmxvoJcU In prodomlnatins nnd dominating tho whole boJy is clear enough. It is not clear that tbls has altogether bwn for our advantage. As animals wo nro not so good animals as wo wmv. Tho llttlo Australian savago gots down on and trulls lnarattdors by tho s jaj of smell This senso we havo not only lauC in degree, but in kind. Wo do not cwHprohend what tho dog's power is when ho follows his master's track by scent days after his jussago. Our noses aro no longer tho opon organs of tha llttlo but tho brain lms come down, with its influence, to turn it into an intellectual feature You can judge a good dual of n lwrson's wit and wisJom by his no; not much, however, of his power of smelling. all-fouAits-trnlla- And soon In tho distance a city ahon fair. "Look yonder," he salu, "tlicro is gleams I' But alas I for tho hopes that wero doomed to despair, It was only tho Kingdom of Dreams. Then tho next man I asked was a gay car-nllo- And ho said: "Follow me, follow mo," Aud with laughter and song wo wont speeding ulong By tho shores of life's beautiful s?o. Till wo camo to a valloy more tropical fat Tlian the wonderful Valo of Coshmoro. And I raw from a bower a faco Uko a flower, Smile out on tho gay cavalier. And ho said: "Wo havo corn:) to humanity's love and delight aro Intcnso." But alas I and alasl for tho hopo of my soul- -It was only tho Kingdom of Sense, catching and waves of sound that to us are lost in tho general roir of the day. With his ear to the ground tho hunter can detect a prairie on flro fifty mllui away. The world has to him no empty rounds; no vacant nols3s. The Popular Stiancj Monthly roports tho following Instance- - -- Whllo wo werotalklngtwoyoungdogsh.il gono to an emtanri o a few rods from the old man's cabin, and, with thair uou In tho air, would at short Intervals utter a low, warning cry. "The trapper noticed It, and calling to nu old dog in the cubiu salJ, 'Davo, go up there and so what those youngsters are making a fuss about' The dog, after retching the spot, a moment with outstretched neck DOOS DETECTI.va A DISTANT FIKC. Tho brain is having tho same power on tho oyes. Tho havnga sees as wo can not Humboldt t 1U of a cortaiu excursion on the Andes, when, being separated from a part of his omrwny. ha becan to foar from their ion nbenco that thoy were lost. So expressing himself to his native guides, thoy did not scorn to understand him. Repeating his anxioty, they answered In astonish-nion- t, to "Thoro they are," pointing noj-oan opposite spur of the mountain. Humboldt looked where they ovidently diroctcd, but saw nothing. Thon taking his by tholr help, he was able to discover his friends. Then asking his guides to the movements of those he was only able to watch with a powerful glass, h foumd that in reality tha savage eyo was equal to his, plus a tel. scope. Civilized races oro distinguishable as soctaclo wearers. Tho tendency must bo checked, or we will be a race of people with such enfeebled senses that it would bo bettor to be savages. Tho cars in this case aro following tho eyes and nosa. The lower races havo a power, equally incomprehensible to us, of KVESIUIIT OF A SiHTU AMEUICAN INDIAN. ; slowly I met on the road A coach with retainers behind, And they said: "Follow us, for our lady'i abode Belongs In tho realm you would find." 'Twos a grand dame of fashion, a uowly-webride; I folio wod, onoouraged and bold. But my hopes died away, Uko tho last gleams of day, For wo camo to tho Kingdom of Gold. d As I journeyed more fleld-glas- s, At the door of a cottago I askod a fair moid. "I havo heard of that realm," she replied, "But my feet nover roam from tho Kingdom of Homo, So I know not tho way." and she sighed. I looked on tho cottage how restful it see mod! o And tho moid was as far as a dove. Groat light glorified my soul as I cried; "Why, home Is the Kingdom of Lovol" Ella Whoeler Wilcox In "Mal Mouleo.' IN A manhood, pek of his What fond recollection! are mother. aTokened when her name is meattontd. To the aged there is no nimo that calls up no many pleasing memories. CsrlrleV mother wrote him when he was or the work of life: "Do preparing make religion tour Brest atudy, Tom; If you repent it, I will bear the blame forever." Then when he was away in Edinburg at tho ace of twenlyGve. she wrolt: "Tell me honestly, If you read jour chapter even and morn, lad? How do you epend your Sabbathnln that tumultuous citr?" biographer tells us tbat these early impressions received from his mother can be traced through nil his writings. Washington Bpoke of "home influences directed by his mother" as the eource of his euccea in life. That mother read the bible to him when very young and "Ilall's Contemplations," and otherwise shaped the character of her boy. When ehe heard of his cucceN, she said: "It is nothing more lhau I czpcctei, ao George was always a good boy." It if a touching story that is told of Senator Hill, who evry morning that he was at home went into the purlnr to look at the portrait of his mother, who had trained him so tenderly. When he was loo feeble to walk, he was carried to look at tbat portrait, and on retiring remarked, "I will soon be with her again." Said John Athworth: "At an early hour in the dayIippiog out of the home bo at to awaken none of the family, I heard a low voice. It was my mother'j voice, and she was praying for children by name. I heard her say, 'Lord blesa Johc; keep him from bad company and make him a uatful man.' Her words went to my young heart and are ringing in my ears to this bour."-rK- v. Robert H. William;. when Rrown lo Car-Ijle'ri lion tenderly does the waywsrd boy, For Instant Use As a reliable remedy, lu casca of l ioup, Whooping Cough, or sudden Colds, and for the prompt relief sud cure of throat and lung diseases, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E. G. Hdgcrly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: "I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy for homo use. I have tested Its curative power, In my family, many times during the past thirty years, nud have never known It to fall. It will relievo tho most serious affections of tho throat aud lungs, whether In chlldrcu or adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, e Vs., writes: "I havo never found a equal to med-iclu- TATXaOH.' JF Uf ft SECO:NTI EWJGIi ! This floe comblnM Million will make theirs oflSMnt tny stable, neir Uhelby Citr. In Unroln county, on the Shtlbr City and Knob Lick turnpike road, at jr,jmnmivL. $15 tho Season or $20 to Inanro a Oolt. Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of thro.it and lung diseases peculiar to children. I consider it nn absolute euro for all such nflcctlons, nnd nm never without It In tho house." Mrs. L. E. Herman, 1S7 Mercer it., Jersey City, writes: "I havo always fouud Ayer's Cherry Tectoral useful lu my family." 11. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., wrltos: "For the speedy euro of sudden Colds, and for tho relief of chlldrcu afflicted with Croup, I have never found any thing equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Is the most potent of all the remedies I hnve ever used." W II. Stickler, Tcrro Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral cured my wlfo of a severe lung affection, supposed to bo Quick Consumption. V'c now regard tho Pectoral as a household necessity." E. M. Ilrcck-enrldIlralnerd, Minn., writes: "I am subject to Drouchltls, and, wherever I go, nm always sure to havo a bottle of e, AYER'S Jewel Is a blood Description and PeJlgree:-8ccon- d bny, with Mack mane and tall, 1 hands 3 Inches UUu. with flao style and action. lleliS years old this spring, was aired uy Iewls Cunnlnthatn'a Jewell, he by the famous old Washington First dam Minnie, by McIXi.aU'a Mal corn; Id dam by Wells' Crusadrr; 31 Jam by a son ot Dasy Crockett) 4th dam by a saluable old ssd. die tuare, pedUree unknown. Mr. II. C. 1'arTln'a Old Minnie, dam ofSecond Jewel, wasa premium animal, from a colt to an a;rd in ir. Second Jewel baa bwn shown twenty. four ttniM and wore tbe llrk tin I won It. two tlmfj defeated onlr twice. lie made ten showa last tuna at UanTllIo, Hus- tonTllle, Klrksrllle, lilcbmondaad Loxluton and lieu-mar- t.,f- ' i - 3E3 1 Z "CJ IL. 31. Kr. fl(i. 3iT. atna, rut lnlkiTM - Set I -' hKTV ft)V' t.a. Vuua IUiaa Iwmu 4 .saVrt, I'aaturage will bs furnished mares at reasonable l'.rtlnu with mares forftlts tbe luiurance. t.len retained on all colls until aerrlcs charge are paid. 1 will alsistaodat tlnsaaosUbles the nuejafk nrtea. nr. tn Miim rlhlinnf.. h - " . ' fr.-- . la Ui. .aill a t in lUiina .iMtw.il ptlulrlt ik 1 rvlMia in. .ui) ntralaa t..(k. (T i 11. flM m.mbrt la . Wh.a aooMil nh ih. ..il ia 1 tunit BL&CK HAWK! At AN to Insure a lire colt, money due when the if i.ara Dirt! with. Black Hawk Is a coal black C ytarsodthls Spring, II haodiS laches high, lie was aired by Caldwell'a Young BUck Hawk, he by Velocipede, he by Kobert son's Ills dam was Hamufon, baby Imp. Mammoth. byHMgall't Black Hawk. 2d dam was railed by, Utile Maxwell ana was an importM jck. 107-C. T.S.I MUMt G K. Shelby City, Ky ' a M I ....... WAI.TKitA.TAYL0K.Atlanta.Oa -. 1. '". im !!( Ri.mi rr s.tir Qr. m ti..inii ui ,.m.if rr mCSi. Crft ' M.i.t.u.. ' nl.i.bl., .ti rnrtt, I'M ail ... 1. lk. b.lit ihI .it fl.lli. ft map a4 iUi 1 . .. Mon-a- mil i. f.uli.1 .wi XiEB s Cklllr.a TMUlt. fMMlbl uliimi.miuRr cuntiia m Both lor ule by Dr. M,L.BUUnNE, Slantoid. tf Vermont Hambletonian. VThls ttne stallion will make the seaion ot 13!0 at my p'ace, lUrsemllealrom Kunfoid on tbe a tan lord A JJantllle pike, at it BTANFOBD, KY. Sonth side Main Street, two doors abott IheMyeraUoteli Fare Nitrous OzlJe Uu alialnUtaiml when r quired. Offlce HUUGEON r nuryMAK, DUNTI8T. fF MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, Iti ii $15 to Insure a Maro in Foal. &y Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with me. It Is without a r al for the cure of bronchial affections." rnEP.inr.D ny Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. For stle by nil Druggists. CHINESE RESTAURANT. Honor For THE.PiaiN Girl As utn. al the pretty girls teem to be doing all the mischief, or getting into ail the cr a pes. The girl in London who recently eloptd with the coachman, the guilelrM young thine in Paris who poisoned her husband, the stage struck Berlin bride who ran aay with a barn storming company, and the Wfslern far Western young woman who wit recently discovered to be tho wife of three husband, nono of whom are yet dead, are all raviihingly beautiful beings on paper. The plain girl, on the other hand, never does antthing appirently but work. She never figure) in scandals or tragedies; and although, ehe may be homely enough to stop a deck, she is never heard of as breaking her father's or moth. er'ii hesrt. Let some novelist arie and iuimortallz) the plain girl, for ehe will New Ycrk uo7er dj hertelf that service. sardine, Cincinnatis two straight games. Tho dinner did not como on in regular en the cours), but when wo seemed to hare had Bucklen's Arnica Salre. enough of one thing Wong would send the The but Salve In the world lor Cats. Braise bowl away and replace it with something Rheum, Ferer Soros, Tetter, Chapped olse. Sevoral varieties of Chinox) vegetables Sores, Salt aUSkla Eraptloni, fish mado their appearance and were Uacoi, Chilblains, Corns aod and and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, sampled with groat interest Something with an unpronounceable name, but which U guaranteed to glre perfect tatlifictlon, or money was really was voted a great refunded. Price 24 cents per box. For sale by delicacy, and lobster, propurod In a peculiar Penny A McAlliUr. way, was also a gastronomic success. Tho An Old Citizen Speaks. soup contained a great varloty of strange Mr. J. M. Norrli, au oil eltliin of Rome, CI a. vcgotabloj, among them a dark-groe- n sea moos. iji that ho had been bully troubled with KidInstead of our salt there was proThe Jarilln il'Accliltiautlun ut Paris. vided small dishes of a liquid prepared ney Complaint for a great many yeirs and with One of tho chief polutt of int.'rost at the from beans and which answered the pur- Ecioina for three years; at times could scarcelyt, Jnrdin d'A climltation at Paris, is tho dovehad tried many remedies without cote, a handsome building with four stories, pose. Thon small puddings of white rice wslk, and before ho began taking Electric Bitters and flour cunningly designed to represent an room for 400 pairs of carrier pigeons. with Backlen'i Arnica Salve, Tho lower stories aro resorved for breeding opening flower wero found to contain a nnolntlng his bands with sweet interior of Loans and inolai-as- , or This treatment afforded him great relief and he Is used for pigpurposes, but the top list, to all who eons which have been bora there and which sotno sweet substance. Bowls of rico were strongly recommends Electrie Bitten need a Blood are being trained to carry luessagos. This brought lii, but it was eaten hot aud dry suffer with Eldney Complaints Jor training begins when they are 3 or 4 months without milk or sugar, which accompani- PuilBer. Sold by Penny 4 llcAIUter. old, and at uach trial tho birds aro takon to ments aro thought by the celestials to spoil Most Excellent. and dispatched from a longer distance. Tho both rico and tea. Chicago News "Ilain-bler.- " J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Euoivlllo, Tenn., birds ra known by their names and tho writes: "My family andJI are beneficiaries of your Parisians Indulge In much wageimg on tho Tho Fashion of I.ato Hours. carrier-plgfonmoit excellent medicine. Dr. King's New Discovmiccosj of tliolr pets. A Ono tho absurd weaknesses, be all jibla ta travel 1.2UJmiltii r more observo of Now York social life Is the which I ery for Consumption; havloc Jfound it totta'vir-tu- e. Iu fashion at the rata of forty miles an hour, and for of late hours. Go to a ball this season at thttyou claim fjrlf,de!r toiteitlfy to My friends to whom I have recommended It shorter distaucos at oven sixty miles, and 11 and you ftndj'oursolfcompelle! to study pralis It at evary opportunity." Dr. King's New no one lms yet dUcoVerod by v hut'instlnct the decorations of tho bodroom floor rather DlscoTerr for Consumption is guaranteed to euro thoy can find their honioi from su h enorthan stand around below In mtlancholy Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Aathma, Croup and ev mous distances. e vrlth host and hostess. Carriages There Is a bird at the dovecote with a hisChest ana Lungs, in-a- l 1 o'clock carry away only the ery afiettlon of the Throat, tory. It was sent out ot Paris In one of the orderedw at Battles Freaat Penny A MoAllater's Drug Stors. heavy eights and elderlics who stay for balloons us d dining tin slogo ot 1470, and supper. Thoso who remain to dance in the Large sire. 81. which ftll Into the handi of the Gormans Positive Cure far Piles . pigeon in question was sint by Prince cotillion and thoso who remain to give thum Tho countenrncw are in for two' hours more of To the people ol this county we would say that Fioderick Charles to tils niotooV, tha Pi incogs . .... . is atl very woll for the It Charlotte, who kept it for two yea is, at the who This sleep until 13 o'clock next women, we nase oeen giren me .Agin " n. vr. ....!. 1'. " can day, but guaranteed cud of which period It male its escape and tho majority ot our dancing men Italian Pile aro clerks returned to iu dovecote in tin suburbs of on saarios, obliged to bo on deck to cure or money refunded Internal, External, at 0 n-- m. Itching riles. Price 60c box. Paris. Itu owner afterward prowutod it to Until we can boast of a leisure class in Blind Bleeding or AMcAllsUr, Druggists. tho Jardln d'Aci limitation. San Francisco America, let us give over tho aping of their For sale by Penny Chronfcle. waya Town Topics. rWiaf Can Be Dene ? Br Ujlng again and keeplBg up courage many blip 'n in I)eoj Trouble. One Way to Hhow On Good. things seemingly tmpossibU may be attained. A young woman, bof urrod and At one of th large Chestnut street stores Hundreds of hopeless cases ol Kidney and Liver weeping. hat near Uio It was not a the saleswomen who sell ladies' wraps all Complaint have ben cared by Electric Bitten, weep, but a furtive drophearty, yard-wld- o wear inagnlfloont skirts of black silk handin vain. Bo d ping of tears upon the corner somely trifHined with jot, each ono'of which after everything else had been tried but try Eleo-trl- c don't think there is no cure foe you, of an .)tei handkerchief merely a bit of a must have cost 450 or ((XI at the lowest estiBitten. Tbers Is no medlolne so aafe, so pure thaw Is a cold wind. mate. These skirts are "In trouble niltsp queried the gray-haire- d linn free ot cost,, and they furnishedonby the and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electrie Bitten are put when Dyspepsia, Diabetes aod all DUeaioi of anl sympathetic passenger. tho young women arrive in the morning nnd will cure " Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach was the sniveling reply, taken off when they leave, the rule being the overcome all Urinary Difficulties. "May I iuquiro the nature of your woe, that they must not be worn home.' The ob sad User, andonly 50 ccnU a bottla at Penny 4 young fcidyf Possibly I can comfort you." ject, of course. Is to "how off" tho Urge Bottles ivarpe, McAlIster. And for answer sho snuflled up two or tho effect of which is much better than tbreo ttnieu in her noso, reach into her dross tried ou ovor dcess of poorer quality. if CATAP.BU CUKED, health and sweet breath pocket aud pulled out a crumpled telegram, Philadelphia BuUotin. hv Hhlloh'a Catarrh Remedy. Price 60c. saying "Bead that1 Nasal Injector free. For sale by u. L. uourne. The sympathetic passenger adjusted bis Not Uotharcd About Appeurnnres. Ltv-e- r spoctaoW, hemmed uuJ hawed, turned halt WIIX YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and I neber bodera mcrself erbout 'poarances. his sat, and cauticuriy held tho Ef I hsster bo flung by er mule I'd ruthor round. iu Complalntf Bhlloh's VltalUsr Is guaranteed to omliicms missive to the light. He road: bo flung in tho mud. I mout git up lookln c in you. For sale by M. L. Bourne. "Come homo at once. Your doggie Is wus den I would cf I had been flung on do quickly THAT HACKINO C0UQU can be to skk."-Ckl.- ago Herald. hard groun', but don I wouldn't be hu't ba'f cured Uy Shlloh's Cure. W guarantee It. M. L. so Traveler. Tim Editorial Is .Must Effective. -SLEEPLESS MOUTH, made miserable by that Mine, Grovlllo say th "An J editorial is 'iffe'rieiuolooL at tin. da tout: so :i label and if terrible cough. Bbllob'a Cure la the remedy for more clTivtlvn tlmn rwH.Wilo,en novels," lot you !? wart, rml us pi" i te. "Owe no you. For safe at M 1 nourno's. man anything." thorn be ns puio uu i mjnil as may bo." flsh-trlp1Globj-Democrat Look now at tho legs of this little Australian, to whom I reforrod, or to tho legs of any savage, and then observe that tho dudo has legs of exactly the same pattern, thin, liko stick', without beauty or gracu or strength. You will thon oUorvo, with no pleasant thought, that tho proportion of savage logs in a city population is much too largo. It is not owing to abnormal health, but to too tnu:h care for tho head, and too little care for the re-i- t of tho body. Women are losing their arms as mon are losing their legs. Fashion no longer, or very seldom, decrees sloevelesi dresos. Sho knows bettor than to show what she has not and spina chinoe to pad. Butter-makinning, and splitting kindling-wooand milking cows, makes arms; wearing sixteen-butto- n kids does not do it Tho tendency Is toward an oafeeblement of limbs. Bralrs havo gono so far to relievo the arms by machinery that wo hive few mothers capable of honest spanking a boy of 12. Brains havo not yet safely carried all boys of -' beyond the need of spanking. "E. P. P." In St Louis lost" and dUtendoJ no.trils, thon gave a clear but low warning notl e, such ns I had never hoard from a dog before. 'Is that so, Davo', said tho old man. Ho Immediately went to the same placo and began to sniff tho air, much after tho uiannnr of the dogs. 'Sure enough, Davo,' ho said, 'you aro right The prairie is on fire some forty mllos northwest from here. I must set a back-tiron the othor sido of the creak, or my cabin and boes will bo ushes bef oro morning. ' Before starting to warn tho settlement Imitated the dogs and trapper; but could detect nothing but sweet October air; but tho flro came on as they warned us. Here was a sense combined of hearing and smell that to us Is o stol Chicago Man Banquets lu a Ilaaeuicnt, a In COUitUl The 11111 or Fare. Chairs were placed around the largs tablo, and Wong superintended the bringing in of flvo largo bowls with steaming contents. "Now, gentlemen," ho said, "let ui sit down" and down wo sat Upon the tablo before each one was placed a pair oi chopsticks and nothing else. Besides the bowls and tho chopsticks tho cloth held nothing. No plates, no cups, no knives, no forks, no salt, no pepper, no water, no tea, no potatoes. Nothing but tho stenmlng bowls out of all reach aud those ridiculous sticks. Ttion the waiters brought In four small bowls filled with rico wine, aud placed before each diner a minute pottery dipper, if I may so doecribe a miniature bowl with a handle running otf at an angle of 45 decrees. In this bowl reposed a llttlo cup, tho rim of which was about tho slzo of a piece. Ague Cure IS WAKRANTKD to cure Feu--r and Acue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lie mlttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Illllous Fever, Dcnpie (or "Hrpnk-bono- " Fever), I.lver Complaint, nud all discuses arUlntf from Malarial poisons. AYER'S " MaV. fMll In ls82. titfn baodi hub. br William Welch, by llamblctnnlao; 1st dam KaU by dill's Ityadyke'a Vermont; 2d dam Black dwan by Ilelm'a York til re, by imp. lorunire; 3d uara l.mie cmiif ur Wagner, by Imp. Wagner; 4th dam huillr Hpeod by Imp. Letlatbao; Mhdam by PackoUt, Cthdam AWD j by Orandrlrar; 7th dam by Maryland Proprietor Determined thtvt sin aara ny iianniuai, via am 07 oiikt, ut rowel, (gee Kmllr Speed In Brure'i Htud llook, Vol, it Shall bo tiecond to no Country Vermont HaaibletonUu Is l,pge 191. with fine style and Iran t, good a Vers Hotel in the State in iti Fare, action aired William Welch, with nrlrate reont ot 23, Appointments, or Attenbeing a giaod ton of ICyadyke'a Hamble-IoniaVermont tion to Comfort of the grander! aire llrlng, and (illl's Vfr. their Oneiti. moot comtdned, backed by tboruugh breed, ought to make a fine itock bora. I wlllalaoitaod at the same rlare a fioe Jack, Bagfaga will be eoareyed te aid rro Z imp. Ylctaw. fraof charge. Special ecremraodatltks eae 16s ti nonnsHox. to Coaaerrlal TraraUrs. The liar will always saiplie with tk tholctsl I'hu-olalolJ-goIn- c, It. I.. tuos. it rL'Ll.IIIlUTlIEltN. braadscf Ltqaoriaad Cigars. Ssx Gilt Edge &Silver King Mambriuo King, Will m.b. tha MAn r ISM at m; atal.Ir. 3 mlln from Crmn i lrh.r.1 nn ih. Crab Orcbaid A Laniaatrr turnpike, at Jr., i Each ono under Wong's direction lifted up tho llttli cup and dipped it full of wino, replacing it in tho dipper. Tho wine was very liko very strong iwrt, nnd, wes tho only liqnld on the table. Some little practice is required to manipulate properly the Chinese substitute for knife and fork, especially when there are no plates use!, and tho track of tho food from tho bowls in tho center to the guests' mouth was marked by a lino of grease splashes upon tho cloth. Tho center bowl contained a soup of peculiar flavor. Two of tho others contained what Mas really fricasseed chicken. In the other two were curried chickon, and a mixture of something Uko oscallopd oysters with a soup anu'mush-room- s. The ref"Uir!Ty of tho whelo repast was its condition. Everything was spiced to the topmost notch, and the throats of the Caucasians cracked In their reproaches against their owners. The cldcken was cooked bones and alL Th bones, by some unknown process, were softened and mashed till they gave as little trouble to the esophagus as do thoss of the high-flavore- Tribute. A Littlb, SrnJNO,J?iBiiA Lie. Lael week there was a deid alligator on Lucas wharf that measured 20 feat. The surian was killed in Rice Creek by Brown, a colored resident of that section. Its circumference waa something "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 18S4. I 7 On Time, "For eighteen months suf-crc- d Hired damHutiblt'i Denmark, known as Leilnfton. First MolllaUonnta br Oabblt'a Sd dam br Young Amrrlca, be by Tayloi'a M xvith CJiills and Fever, 31 girrs aiiuer a ienmarr, having Chills every other day. tnigr;liout,'uam vjeft) ttuttaliU a whrn treiUj him in Uu crsui dam ore the brat rchorvol trying various remedies 1th day; byjliu Itll,notedot Hid lie mare brought After hla dih dam a recommended to cure, used a from trgtnla. pedigree unkuown at K They will make the ataton nf ISM J bottlo of Ayer's Ague Cure, and ouo mile from titaolord on the ltu.tootllla pike, (llltlljeliadark browo, 10 bands high, 4 havo never sinco had a chill. jears old this Spring and will ataad al I 12.o0 to Insure a IlTltltJ Colt, Or 810 tbe araion. DM DO tA);) 2zSMt l. c. Mam- - I Fsr-rl- ', EDWIN HARPER." mr.nni:D dy Pr. J. G. unusual, and ws much commented upon by time who saw it as it lay oa the dock. Next day the When alligator waa akinned and stuQcd. cut open it was found to contain twenty hi:nrii!i of ecg, two pin logs in a perfect state of preservation, a log chain of a bat, a negro boy, a small iron chest, atd light-woo- d enough to eteam any boat tea miles. Its body contained 251 bullet marka and Palatka Herald. 50 pounds of lead. The Louisville base ball club baa beat Co., Lowell, Mom. Sold by all Druggists. Ayor & appiness trii' contentment which fr"i lii'In'iitrs perfect health of body nud mind. You may jxmcsi It, If you will purify nnd linlomto jour blood with Ayer's 1. M. Howard, Xcwjwrt, X. II.. writes: ' I suffered for years with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottles of Ayer's Sarnaparllla, I nil-- Mit Sarsa-parill- a, Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Kaus., wres: "To all persons Buffering from I.lscr Complaint, I would strongly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was afulclcd with a disease of the liver for nearly two years, when n friend advised mo to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and has cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 I)wightst.,JJostou,Ma9., writes: "For tovcral years I havo used Ayer's Sarsaparllla lu my family. I never feel safe, even S ben-efl- At Home without It. As a liver medicine nnd general purifier of the blood, it has no equal." Mrs. A. II. Allen, 'Wlntcrpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with llowcl Complaint, which wo could not cure. "Wo tried many remedies, but he continued to grow worse, nnd finally hvcamo so reduced In flesh that wo could only nlovo him upon a pillow. It was uggcktrd by ono of tho doctors that Scrofula might bo tho cause of the trouble. Wo procured n bottle of well-traluo- d Ill York. Mambriuo Chief rjymuur and be by olJ Mambtlno, he by Imp. Mrsvrg.r. Mawtrloo KlDf. Jr. 'a lit dam 1. ru Wki.. m .i.m ... BJIrer Klai will Ua limited to IJ mares, at tbe Jim Allen 3.1 dam by Naro; 1th dam a same rat, lie Is 3 years old Ibis Sprier. Is a Tbecollsby this young horse beautiful bay, IS bands 3 Inches high. Will also " """' luesouniy can protiutw. stand at same place a Bos Jack, Ft r",iIa l0 present accldrnu. but not respsn-'"- It for any. eeaion furfilttd when uuielsrart ed with. ir. Orchard, Ky. xti. Crab to Insure colt, money due at wranlog time. At $S He la a blown Jack with wbtU points, 3 jtMn ed ! in June, 13 naudi btb. II waa ilrel by Alkln's King WlllUtn and he br Klog Fnllllp: hli first slrnl hy Phil- dam a black istln JenDtt,a) Will mske the eeasin of U? ..t u at Ho and be by King I'nlillp, bis aecond Uam by Tbe Mora Castle J lek It a large grey. More Castle 88 to Insure a Living Colt. 110-Si. it-B. F.lllttlH. urown Jim was sired uy Msmhrlno King, he Mambrlno ralchtn, he by Uilef and be by l'aymaster. be by old Mambilno M.nrrr. 1.1 ! dam by an Arabian borie, pedlgre- - unknown; 2.1 dam by titeamboat; dam of Mambrlno King a Ned r win, uiai., l.i-I will ali aland a itnfnir Will make tbe season of HhADi, Jr..at tl to Insure a tiling colt, msnay 18M at my Llrery Stable due when colt lifoalM or mare pared with. Hn In Stanford, aty., and will is iC handi hlzh and w.i air. 1, II. tim.v. I pennlttMl 10 aerra a and Ileady. be by old Oabe, he by l'rtcra' Blind llmludnuuibttolua eiat iiiacc uawK, neby Maaoa'a lilac k Hawk, be by Itoyal Mammoth. Dam of Hough and was by Huperlor Mauimath. he br itoyal Mammnth Burrlor Mammoth wu bi id by Mr. J. Hatigh-ma- n. Mr. UewaslOhanai Due when srrlce are rtn- blin and iin. (113-lanimal. d.riKl. ft'in to Insure ti. V.GIVKXH. , mare In full, ilui when Utl la atrsrtalne-l- or the colt $?!i to lniu-- e allying colt,adin when mahoganyli oale-l- . DacrllU Wllkoi la bonullful bay, atandlng i bnds hl(h.of urtit trottlcg action aod haa trotted his mil In 2:1)1 iiuarte's in 27 with little banlllnrat 4 years, and has already dlatlngnisbed hlmelf aa a breeder He Is a coun Tbe we I prnrsn breetsr tcrpart of Alcyone, but a larger berselo every nd raddle lUlllon, w,t 0 1 w Jimf and his gslt and Mood llnrw alto almllar and luikn lht araxm of lilM.i la tbe same reoiore from the grrat (ieu. Wllkea William Ituhule a, t' I'ntlThompioa Is Ills first and only f?5 On Time a two eona. tbat old that has bevn handled IsSallle Vagrn, nainnt -In honor of one of th- - falrast anl brightest Jswe'e ol Indiana, mid Is a worthy naui take ol royal CLEVELAND AND TALHAGE, blood, aaahehasshowfcdarslttlust to i M. loltig nandleil by arolornl bov Like ber lira, aba has a And four Jacks at my own itsb'e. Tbe old Madlerol head and a goo I gait ison Jack, old Danyllle Wllkea la by Lyle'j Gso Wilkes, Jr; 01 Dantllle Wilkes by Skedaddle; dam lir Ollyot; litdamol Skrdaddlehy Mdic; Jddm Muck Hank, riiilTlioiiiison,.lutt Muck-bur- n Trumpeter; 8d dam Aratus, 4th dim Imp. Spread and llrlgliam Yoiuifr, Eagle; Mb dam Wild Heir, dih Kcllpss. and can still trace bliu furlber lulo the thoruughbrrd famCollaof I'rloce, thebob-lalleJack, all at 810 ily If DtreMary. F nra, tbe ilain o Djnrllle to f Mtrr caltx colts lor the weaning time. Wllko, Ontdam Mradleyby Waxy,2ddsm tiht. A lieu retained on allour way untilseason. lot.,.oldTWraph,3l dam Frank Waxy, the Ewrlptloni-Clereli- nd Is alrcofMedley by Berthunie, 1st dsm by Stoay hUhrTslmsKelstJJi handi, a deep bay. la bands a beautiful brown l'etrel,2.l(lmToui Hal. wltb fancy marks. Due caro Oraas furnlshel at Ji. pr minth rei!lgreo;-Ce- U will not borep)R-ilbl- a see w bat tbey canand see tlio horea and JscVs and taken toprryontaoMauts bit do. should any occur. Jr.. 11 1(1 h.n.l.M.K I.II.1..1-?1J perfect In form nnd waa aired by lr. iferr'a show horse In the world. Jjamunno hltg. tbe Mambrlno king wtaalrol by Mambrlnt 1'atcbra, full brother 10 Lady Thorn, t IS, and Fitches, by Mambrlno Chief, lb calibrated Urw, that J. if. twinff. lit $10 lo Insure n Living Colt. CUy brooghl from New w" sired ny Maa.tiilDo i STEVJE WALKER. lMi a. in BROM JTI JJt .,.' tf J. J. DaiiTillo Wilkes ml mn 1 run. .? w .tr On Time, f2ss.. k d 110-t- f .1. T. XVXXKL t.EV, tHHQ .Stanford. 1HHO. ak rr licit ni.r.. Messenger D. Kulllirnthur tit coRnr, (") tete-a-tet- Olntment-empbatlc- Sarsaparllla and commenced giving It to him. It mi rely worked wonders, for, in n abort time, he wa completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. ATEE'S Wt&Wjj. - V Jr s4swfj L JP ttr risesw -a iiiuui thetPMoaof 1&&H U thu talilit t i fhnflAsi Tlitn t - jA A. 1illl v." MttniA.,! ""S" zt ..:". :" .fcmo nuiu iirancu piKeral iiign fii-r-- ai64, lr, 15i will tuiko :u l.fan.1 ra Dm ., ally l'rlco $1; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Si Co., Lowell, Mxs., U. S. A. half-opieue- Buy Your Flour raou BONANZA MILLS, - first-cla- "Ye-yes,- W. N. POTTS & CO.. MC11MOND, K.V. ...! Mr. jr. I). Mitchell trarels for them In this section and would be glad to serve hla old friends and many new ODes. ( 119-- 1 m) They hare a new Patent Proses Mill and make Flour, which thoy stll at tottom prices. PENNYROYAL Tlio Raft luJI.pwiMbl. r.liuib. Original uutl Only flt'tiiilnc KcluMt. !i.ftrtof trurtlilr. Iralutlom u LADIES. Ak ..r Pmrclit M "imcneier. i.uciitn"ua mi. .. bintr.oc luti i ftn.ttt.tjt "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." u PUIS it, NMt st ut 6r ,rllguLri in Utttr by rrturw titulL kiIchI i'.., PAPl it i'lilch..tr i hf I'klladik, 1'a UfflBiIi.dl.uii iHjimr., 825 to Insuro a Maro in Foal. Thealreof trotters, roadsters and more fane y and first clan Kaaterii horacs than any othsr stilllou Mouey due aaeoou na the fact Is ascertained or of 1991 four mare parted with. Pasturage at .' 80 In Kentucky, will make the ier month. miles west of Stanford, directly on tbe Knob Lick uaoieior no accidents. -on account of tbe depression oyer pike, aud will, J6,U VIIA.IIT.KN ItVXX. everything, be perml ted t) eerre uurca at tbe --ut O t.. extremely low price ol ii,. ,nj nk) . W. ...f j l u it !( , n ie $15 tlio Scnson or $20 to Insure. uruOa. ltn li.rNBI am' .i .ilw.i..iliu. fivat Our.ai-- t B , .V " Grass furnished at tl per month Due care taken '! llfl:ut- VKrilY HRtiS accidents or cscaprs, but will nut be to pierent r.ii., i., WH Xr.lrn; Sf ih, should any occur. Oti. .won ih. Iiii of ttw i anj now ruvt Nubby la a black Dercrlptlwii aud I'ellgree .....a I..II.. ll.l. , .tt:ni!cilOo. H.n14 V H till.' mu star In forebnvl and two while feet, IH handa high, . Cinolonatl.aVCK IClb.ir.J.flo.Udln. bands 1 Inch hi:h. fine mane and mil, good, bony A I. Mil I II neck, excellent abouldor, iwmit r t. ra lm. beautllul hrad and SeMlijr lnjfBu Uct, faultleu In srmiustry; and back aud loln-- ln mi w4l gnsranteo tliero doesn't lire a stallion better disposition, and these qualities isouuy is be lnytrlably Imparts to nil progeny tbeslre ot of Nobby, Jr, recoid ,i2Ql, and sold Dandled rery little, Ono of bis for 15,000, when colli trottfa-- last season, wtlb little training, lu 2 8A.anntberln2 33and one In 2 81, and waaaold for 12,300. Ilia sucklings wore tbe ties at tbe Uuatonyllle and Danville Fairs ortr rlrgs of twencolli. Nobby was sired by Garty and twenty-fou- r is bub rard Chief, tbe sire of Uaill Dike, 2 23k; Mara. ; brlnoHlppy,2S2Hl Red Crook, 2 331 bill Arp, 2 34; OarrarlChlet by Mimbrluo CnUt, airs cf Lady Thorn, 2 18'f: Woodlbrd Mambiluo,2 2lJ4, andotbcrainlba'isOllst. First dam by Frank; is put: Zddatnby Aratui; 3dUam by ltyadyk'a Hamble4th dsm by Plomede. Nobby'e dam a tonian; tboroughbrixl tuare, aald to be br Imp. Tranby is 1'artlng with mires shall forfrlt ths Insurance In all cawt and a lien retained on nil colta until Balm. aerrlco charge la iat 1 For further inlormatlon, V. I.. 1'ltO ll , callou tr aldrru Ur W. M- MoAvait,: t wr't it- - Jt lui-li- 1, I Oblo.lj isiai Many a Lady beautiful, all her skin and nobody has ever told her how easy.it to beautyon theskin. Beauty on the skin Magnolia ur. I.iikIWa i'ciuijrvjul I'll!. 1nk.uu.iu- - M..o., -' ' ';