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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886042701 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. SetTO VOL. XIV. Siwi-SBeeUjInlmorlou- & weeklii Ititenof STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1886. J,-r- d $f 14 - fHwJr1 NO. 119. rnttl1nl TitcMiiaua -rU JI3Il AT taut Frlilaw CAHII. 0 understood If ws credit that ported ami demanded. will us ox. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Pralso tho Lord. Ood is Lovo and Noth-In- g Elso." rcONT(NUGI) rilOM LAST IfSUE. W, 1SS0. Friday warning s thev were lolstlng some of coffee iiacluie of I) h tbinx RT" wTi "D,l ''own Into the sea tliej went, and to the b ittoni, of couree, in seven two fathoms of water (12 fret). hours were pMt a diver from the shore wm on the apst; bin (trance ppiratui tdjtutcd; 1. & 0. 8 8 'Koiiilla," Feb alnl Whether we do It well "the day will declare." A I close thia long letter, the eaatern comt of Ceylon ha Jut como in view. We run down the whole length of tho island, doublo the Hjutliem point, nni "heave to" on the western side at Ujlombo to morrow about noon "If the will," About 230 miles to go from noon to'day. Wo havo had dinner; the soft Southern breua meets our vessel's prow, full in front, giving us a complete compeniation for the intense hot of Ihe sun, as we approach the (quitor,)Tho eaiy ciairs and their drowjy occiipnU are strewn around the dcV under tho grateful awnlnc; the eatlon nru drying their garments iu the rigging forward after the usual Saturday afternoon' waahing; a ten fleecy olonJs aro railing in the blur; the "smooth, deceitful tea" Is dimpled with e in Hen, as if it had no evil in It, and tho grand steam er keepion her eteid'iut way, Intent only to "fulfill her courre." May wo all be as true to our helm and Captain as the Ever in Jenua, Qeo. 0. I!ahnm. "Ko-billa- pose) with a few ship lying in it little, unsafe harbor. About this place we over d hauled and passel a etlling ship, with "every stitch" not- ;- beautiful sight; ones Been, pleasantly Imunting memo ry over alter. I fair the time is rapidly approaching when thee beautiful etruc turcs that once "Walked tho water a a thing of life" will be as rare on the nea, as stage-coacof "our the Father" on land. Well, I, for one, will always regretfully remember how beautiful they were, full-riggeh A REGULAR- AVALANCHE OF BARGAIN TORE-ROO- M rCONTINlTEIIHEXT CRAB ORCHARD, ISSUE.') COUNTY. CROWDED-FLO- OR TO CEILING. LINCOLN ." and one nfter another the bus "ere First-Clas- s wSJoods drawn tip. He only had to tie the end of a long rope to them and clve the signal to "haul away," I noticed that part of Ills ! equipment consisted of a short,) bear; Our goods ore tho best and wo only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. "We could never learn to follow. Wo word for defence agalnit the sharks. Mad want to achieve bucc&ss by deserving it. We don't expect to get rich in a day. We almost swap dollars with our ras harbor(?) U full if tbn sptciee called w customers, wo sell at so email a profit, still wo have no bad debts and find ourselves gaining in strength as a bueiness "ground" sharks. Wb to the hspless Hou60 all tho tinio. here. Tney make that Klaoerbird The Calicoes and Cottons wo sell to our customers at 5 cents a yard aro worth that by tho car load, except tho hort work of him The iron clad monster discount wo get off for cash. who coea down in a diving iu t would be a Wo think we can sell you Shoes and Clothing at a saving of from S3 to $5 over city prices. Our low prices on "hard nut to crack" I fancy even without Shoes of every description aro the marvel of tho age. All the fino Laco Curtains and beautiful Whito Goods that word Air U supplied to the diver the sold so low iu tho auction will be closed out cheap. If you pay cash and went to see how far a dollar will go, call at through a gutta percha tube, stubbed to a force pump, worked unceuingly by turn in the boat. Ilsples be, if shvtliioi; ''op them for a few moment. Hullicition eu stir in.lantlr. I should not like to make my lling by dltlrg. I am thankful I LEVEL GREEN, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. wai not "barn In tint station of life" I IX. K. TAYLOIJ, felt a straojte eort of rupctt though for the Of LOGAN COUNTY, ts a Cnndfdatefor tho office Will try to give a few items from this ofSuperlntendeut of Public Instruction, tubjict liroad .hotildored fellow, who emerging NEAR DEPOT, STANFORD, to the Democratic State Convention. little city. die from tSo hldetitli oncMMiient) that r, Adam Catron is feeding 80 hog for For Mcil, Flour, Bacon, Lunl, Sugar, CoOee, while fishing for lent coflee -tgulsed him Ffrgi, Ctniicd (loodi, Cheess. Bologna, K. W. B. PENNT, Molaassi. Jellr, Preterm, Apple the June market. young man urned out to be a Butrer, Mackerel, P g' Foet, Spice, Pepper, CIotci, WbWbmwP' -- Mn.E. Bullock ml Will Dbord have Ginger, Tra, Cinnamon, Candles, Hoiulnj, Beam, STANFORDD, S.X. with thoroughly honet, bJght blue eyes, Potatoes, Dried Fruit, Pickles, OranjM, Lemons, finished planting corn. Office on Lancaster atroot, rext door to Intealtogether. Km and, an allraotlve Ratlins, Tobacco, CI pars, Coat Oil, Soap, march, 12 A. Fishing i said to be very good in1 llluln;, Vinegar In tact anything uiually krpt In rior JociwaL. office. Offlro hour from t to when phatically, he l one of lbo who "no down acrocerr. Foods dell vexed promntlr to allpatts it. and 1 to B e. m. Anesthetics adinicliU-ru- 1 yr.) 154-aecouary. Brush and Buck creek. of town. Country produce taken in exchangofor the wont' into the grext dtep and Snake are plenti'u1; it may be the goodi. GItouio atria and I will treat you lair. 109-lthe LOUD," a ne wh a ay nbove cia whisky that cauee them. never km them The gol fellow only The doctors say that there is a great reetnel nnxioui abiut hi. pty. however, ! deal of sickness in this locality. Mr. Sim. and ai :nn w he H'l hi CJrtttbt'e of ser-the county, oon D;nny, the oldest man in G0NTRAGT0R& BUILDER to announce to hi The editor liheart-hroke- n vIcerndred,IicMJ bf Ihs I''P o3csr, is very seriously ill. He is in hi 100th readers that Nom D. Plums, woo wrote Dr. Which brought went off to get hi wtgej. Bourns' tunny adTrtliinenti. Is dead. The STANFORD, KY. year. large monlca paid him for writing this citumn the whole thing down to ' bsdrock," and brougbtonaottentngoi the brain and he dtelot Offers hts services to the pooplo of 8'anford and Mr. E. M. Denny hat n cow that has a too much anartnesa. took the sentiment out of it, amix nglr. vicinity. Lonzaxperlettceand careful attention hoof on one side of her Dr. Bourne Is determined, however, to giro his Building material ot After all, it U tie un old mercanllle customers the benefit of this Urge salary lu price . guarantee satisfaction. ery description furntstrsd at low rates. mouth. She is about 20 years old and the Betides selling that inov nearly every crea-tur- e traduction, Richmond Reqisteji. John F. Wap, eitra hoof has made its appearance in the above ground, a well as diver to the Medicines Fancy ArticUt, Toilet Goods, Ju-si- c trader of this county, wa last three years. er, a JereAomoise, Spectacles, butrumcnU, p bottom of the deep e. on the afierncoa trnln of Monday, return-loFarmers are beginning to complain o f Jewelry, Dolls. Lamp, Fishing ladle. KaAbounding heap ol huge concrete Desiring tocbango my residence, I offer fur tale from Cincinnati. A th tr!n wi t!u drj TrcitLcr. Oaly two weeks ago uri, Sjonges, Kniccs, Foper, Blank Books, block are biicg gathered on the beach to Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mix leaTine lted Houte, Mr. Wageis, while they were saying that it was too wet. The My Beautiful Suburban Home. cd Iiinlst Erushd, Varnishes repair the tea wall of the harbjr(T). The taoding on the platform, playfully kicked ground is becoming loo hard to plow. Oils With 10 Acres of Land attached, t mile west oT tide walla are la fairly good order, there at a man who waa standing near the track. and young grais are drying up badly. Drug More, alt ot Lancaster. The house Is good, so are the out Everything kept In a prure upon Is new, fresh and superior, he has on houses; thers ts a good orchard, Ac. Terras epuat which being comparatively llt'le Just aa the leg wa extended full length, Elder J. 1. Orrison has been conduct band a tloxen JlncHelorn. and will furnish to cash. Address me at Lancaster, Lock Box 30. any good looking lady who deal with him with 103-- lt them. Tho cyclone strike the front wall the train reached the (hipping pon, and the log a protracted meeting at Friendship It. It. NOEL. choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of be a leg, comlnc in contact with the chute, was church at this place. Up to this date "full In the face." and It will have to names, or call at heavy bit of maaonry that will nuitain the broken ana crushed both bones. The K there have been ten addition. They were Bourne's New Drag and Book Store. C. 11 doing a heavy business from here. baptized yesterday by Elder James Hiatt, hockt. Iael will b. certain it persevere 1. done. During the four weeks, ending with Wed- of Mt. Vernon. till the thing nesday of last week, 200 car of freight Llfeonbsard l monotonoui but niwt A prominent citizen of Level Greer, PIANOS AND ORGANS. niaUe servant. were received, the freight charges of which bought two stands of bees a few days ago, pleaaant. Plenty of tho doice far Our run down the Etatern coast of Cey- were $1,800. Djring thia time 1,500 passenCook Messrs. 8. R. A the of in are early risers, about It. brought them home and has been taking John Church A Co,L.J. an tare Agents for emOrgans, which Pianos lf belni " lon and along the southern shore, with the gers, local nnd other kinds, left the depot. -- the frH " excellent Instruments.-from cHo!. honey from them every other day since brace the .1following most Broi., Deeker A 80 a and Knabe Co., Uazelum Hhorl bit up the western fide, till we reach Of thete, nearly one hundred were for other much more agteeab.e than the a'ufl they were brought to his house. This Is Everett Piano. Also, Cloujh A Warren and the we od Colombo, wa a dream of beauty and roTTfcM.asHBsMg?MfcsMFaliB These Instruments of the little cablu. Tnouh States, and fifty or more were emigrant for what the boys tell on him. I think bo is John Church A Co. Organs.of groat durability and p JjyyjW JjfT jjrqBfTBBrtrrj T Tr are most excellent in tone, camforlably and coolly, too. mantic enjoyment. Tho weather wa the West and South-wee- t. Tho daily num. we defy competition. All of then, are warranted leep very ' perfection" and the amiable rea ber of telegram sent and received is twenty trying to see how much honey hi bees for live years. References: A. R. Penny, Mrs. break. simply The ladle generally keep below till J. B F. E. M. Carbeotor. J. M. Philips. J. M. Moore and mako dally. the eame. The coast ol Ceylon is to thirty-five- , Jamea Heaxloy, Htan'orl; Mrs. Magglo Uolmei, including the railroad bus! time. The men, for the mot part, for once, fat Crab Orchard: Uoa. W. J. Landram and Miss Lu-li- e KiHt a clem, flit nex. Altogether, the total month' work and prettily picturesque failure of Justice. liuOman, Laucas tr, Ky. elop about the wet deck in bre feat, Yesterday tho murderer of Macoy escapbeach, perpetually and alternately carcnted amounts to about $7,300. The tragic death loxeitt of dlahab.lla In the way of murmur-ingl- y of Dr. Thompson L. Taylor, while hunting ed tho gallows, getting a life sentence. While the inevitable deck tabb- and lashed by the surf, that breaks fino Imported Norman stallion, will mako the ! Tbo or roaringly upon it, in its varying makes fire of the family who have gone Butler killed Macoy or he did not. lie the stable of J. M Wray, at men, with ing kom on, one li puraued by Pink Cottage," i miles from Stanford' at unleM tho trous-eraai- e mood. Then a forest of eccoanut palm tret that way a brother, two cousins and an waylaid him and killed him in the dark. bncketeof eea water, and I offer for sale my Farm ot IOO AcrcR, situl miles derp, fringing the shore all the way. undo. The sad death of Mr. Charley Tay He gave him no chrnce for bis life. Ha ated near Walnut Flat, Lincoln county, on the Fifteen DolInrH Ike Seufcou, rolled op and feet bare there Stauford A Crab Orchard pike, I miles from StanNo other verdure, new foliage, but the lor, tea yean ago, is still fresh in the waited for him and slew him within sound ford and 6 miles from Crab Orchard. The land ts Or ft'iS to Iuiurea Colt. Champo Is a dark gray, comlort In being alovo aimra at thia little In excellent condition, an abundance of water, 11 bauds high, weighs 1,350 pounds and Is six ed ducke" graceful, feathery, plume like tops, we are minds of moat of our reader. Hut it is not of hi own home. It was aa fencing good, spacious barn and sheds, Implement, years old the 29th otMay next, Ilelaof finnstyla time. Hut "paddling about like all ao familiar with in picture.", and, ludeed generally known that Charley and his a deed, whoever did it, as malice ever de house, Ac. separate, all new, built In ISSt and '85. and action, good In tua loins, well ribbed and morrtlng eeeni to be the Comfortable dwelling. 10 acre In wheat. 40 acres largo body, with well shaped shoulders; head an- Our firt day out, I the one thing that give a characteristically oata and sowed to timothy and clover, 20 acres neck well set on. Ho was fin ported by (1. W. olnb. brother, Mr. W. It. Taylor, were both dan- vised, at eea. in the tropic testimony lu corn; remainder In grass. Terms and price bl. field A Co., ol Blooralncton, 11L. Kept. M. mis Butler did this murder. The for Oriental look, where over other accessories gerously wounied by the accidental disns-t- f shall not aoon forget my astonlshmen', at reasonable. (114-h. 11. rRYOtt, Stanford. forare wanting Hick of thoto interminable charge of a gun one day while hunting. was conclusive. No extenuating circumeeelng mir stately Captain eiMkinc lowpilm groves, the mountains, that form the Those two, their brother, Mr. Colby Taylor stance were developed. No provocation ward In thin undignified condition of was alleged. Either Butler committed a It (plual column of the beautiful island, rise Mr. Mills. The John Jnrman and Mr. Gilbert were er limbed nudity. Afterward I found heartily ap In billowy, bumpy hep, ever higher, till sitting on a fence. Mr. Jirman's gun waa most horrible and unprovoked murder or ho The noted breeder, will the common thin, and o wai myeelf the loftier range are mere dim outlines, in retting acros hi lap, the butt of it in Col- did not. He should have been cleared or Highest Market Price Tald Tor Wool. nuke tbo season ol 18iC prove that I think I will try It at my stable 1Y, xaU the hazy distance. They are not liko the by Taylor's lap. By some means both bar sentenced to death. south of iiustonville, on "some fiuo morning." We are now prepared to mtnubcturs wool for the Iiustonville and Libthe penitentiary for life, a livHe goes to and Himalayas, of course 6,000 feet being the rela of the gun were discharged. The two farmers in th best manner. As we shall mako a erty turnpike. AbdalUh We breikfaat at 7.45; dine at 1:30 men co is uy jo kiuio, jcT.J altitude of the coolest einttarium the is load pagjjd through the top of Charley's ing witness of the inefficiency of our criml specialty or CUSTOM WORE thtssnason. wo take tea at 6:30. Cheese and crackers for nr. trf.l 3 97- - (.. solicit wool to made tnto Blankets, V but they are very baautl- - leg, and into the arm and band of William. nal law. Under them even Butler can not Jeans, Llnseys, Stocking b Yarn, Flannels, Rolls, ord 2 40,aud half brother Vt hour, If one wUhea. The landers posses supper at a late Ac,, Ae, We will keen constantly on hand a stock iu secure justice. 4 .;',, -- din full after the ilit uninviting cont about faexchange for wool which (D. a so d for "first olaeW have different hour Bth were confined to their beds for weeks. The Legislature is in se elon. Time ot goods terms wo willbought at the market onprice. 2 33u.j.8.o..recuiu 19.000.5 Review 'i 2SU; 2Lycurgas Wool vorable and Mark WakefleJd, racer, trial 20; First we "prlton- - Madras Tne"blgBiM rot" lighthoiue lnt from 7 to 8. at which time Prices for manufacturing when wool Is furnish dam MattleS. by Witlte D. (by Foreigner by and again the attention of that body has th- - rin onlhsS W CjJit of Oirloa wai once a spinning, Imp. Qlenco.) dim Rattts C. Lunatics in Lincoln. The 8tanford been called to the condition of affairs ed srs as follows.- - Carding and and twisting,16c; Copper Bottcm;2d 3d dam Minerva by Cunningham' era of hope" forwarJ, are allowed 'Juc; Carding and Spinning, doubling Duncai by Imp. very Asaldema for hipleu shipping, but JounNAL is troubled with persons who wholo deck. Which we take cd Carding, spinning and weaving Meat Jeans, 2Jc Buzxanl. Jo Mmo by St. Elmo. No. 275, by Alexof the heiri'e the worthy Israelite, who have come in wrlto letters without the name of the wri- There is imperative neel for reform. All Carding, spinning and weaving whit Linsey, 25o ander's Atdillah 15, by Rysdyk's Ilambletonlanr: taje of and promenade duly, to our by Mambrlno Jfeven-ge1st the advintsgei are given to tho criminal. It, MATTIXOCY, I'vo'r. No. 10;WlJoe Elmo'sdam dam Starlight, by Cherokee, by Ilia D.'s When "ur belters" come up toposiestlonof the "beiutiful I1 of the ter. Why do people do such silly things? Butler, under the law, counts for more than content. by Imp, Planior. Abdallah "Unco's colts are folding our ocean" have create 1 -- a, m icb. expima, and Because they see a letter published with- Macoy; counts for more than any of ui, kind, fine and large and god movers, both In etaira we quietly vanish -"-- A WEW- Mealing after gigantic difficulties urm mated a out a name, or with merely the Initials, or or all of us. Macoy Is slain, without harnosi and under the saddle. I have one of hla tents like Atibe, and silently that with very little handling trotted a $ In 40 and tho wreckago has with what is evidently t. fictitious name, warning, without delay. Butler delays his friendly light-houssec.; also auotber that waa as promising, but owaway." We hare some rery nice iotas in trial on one pretext and another. The Buggy & Implement House. ing loan accident has never been trained. AbWhat a bleulng tofloating human- do they think that the editor does not know McKenna of re dallah Qlenco, although a natural saddle horse, our part of the ship. A R.T. State I hampered at every step; the accustrotted a full mils on a 10 sec. slow track in 2 , l golngt o Inioa with ity is the lonely life, that nightly bids that who wrote the letter? Can anybody be fO ed is free. He is a priyileged character, the Baptist mission with six weeks Or; two months' handling, timed a ojn a I will In a few da) lively boys. A friendly light to fisnh out upon the danger-ou- t foolish as to think it would be safe or jUBt not simply protected, not merely guatan-tee- d by li Pope, of Boylo county. Mr. P say he could and three his family-w- ife show a230 gait sny time. Call and s e uy stock dewaters, where the hidden reef baa at a fair end impartial tri.l, but given oa Full Line of Agricultural Implebis ts for newspaper to publish all the things belorebrwllng elsewhere, and vo money, for ho fine young Jew, who Is to join ments, possesses some ol the Wst running nd trotting Interests stroyed so many lives before! It is a dole that might be sent In from unknown sour- every issue advantages which in advance Colombo and go on to England, crosses in existent, tie Is a beautiful browa, certain he would not gel his as I ful spot to live in, but a blrsied one. I ce? If such a course were adopted, half made it almoet (gilding superior bone much. The other evening Waltor A. Wovl Harvesting isk bands high stands fur unuure) sum With the reliable just dues. meverr of the small and muscle and Kacblno at tlie Head. Alio a Anglo Israel the wish some poor, isolated, cut off life, that is the editors would be killed in a month, It Is a shame that this is so. Nothing is was unfolding to him the $12 50 to Insure. $10 tbo Season or once, and almoet lighting up a dark place of earth, in the and the other half broken up by libel as cheup in Kentucky as life, Nn crime is ory, he saw through It at I will also stand uy flneJ-ccommitted with such impunity asmurdir. Fall Lice ol Buggies and Wagons I very, loneliness of isolation as to human suits. Richmond Register. wept with the joy of hlseicltement. A ra Yet it is impossible to secure a change of been nearly sympathy It may be, might take courage as on ha way engine driver, who h.s Kissing goes by favor, thej say, and cer- the Uw from this Legislature. Criminal Alwaysplement d. In connection with my Imbusln&u, I will also carry a a terribly the oa rea Is this sentence, and still cheerlawyer thwart the popular sene of juatlco killed by sunstroke, and was In At $10 to Insure. Hn ts U hinds 3 lnchei high, lotver-ligbe burning;" and tainly there ia no more pleasant way to at every step, yet the people are undoubt-edlwhen he came fully let the wltii fins bon and as much style asahorss. 11a Complete Stock or Lumber, low, nervous condition find out that a young girl favor our suit bruedcr and Is a Jsclc and a right and the lawyers miserably ho ba "Some poor seaman tempest lost; trying 8:0, liar seen three of tfta will aboard, looks llk a new man, since Both rough and drested. Prices oa everything as cotts strvJeuuts al than to learn it from her own lips. fEom-ervlll- e wrong. fioai Jen Jits tkatdohonvr 10 any Jack as Healer. now to make the harbor," will "rise up Mares parted with renders 0e .eteon due. been persuaded to look to Jesus There is not a county in the State from Journal. Low nw any oue. as well, and call then blessed" In a coming day . Those who nave traded marna brel last season are which there does not cry the blood of some think he trusts him for the soul I reminded that my money Is due snJ exacted. A little child fell under the wheels of murdered man. All in vain. Our power solicit a share of your patronage Beepectfully, "Gr8l PiIoUn " We sighted Point de Galle (after which Care taken to prevent aceldeuis, luit I'flt reton eince taking Him slfcU er 'Mi j street car, nnd was dragged off to punish tb worst of'crlraes has departed of our Hotel takes Its name: ' Galle face" Cincinnati We havo no end r 113-- lt A.i.Anandioon. J'OIIXM,. it M. iUtltViZ. Cum h.rip H fir'n 'o ,. dlrvct'od, I sup the truck by u dux, eaviu it Ufa. M fsl-lo- good-lookin- g CotxMno, Ceylo.h, "Galle Fack Hotel, March, 3J, 18S0. f (Addreaa Auckland, New ZiaUnd, to be left till called for.) DEAlilNTEKion.-- Oa Sunday, the 21it of Feb., wo sailed from Calcutta. Oa Sun- day the 23th we rounded the Colombo break-wateand dropped anchor in the busiest harbor, of Its lis;, in the world. This Is the central port of arrival and departure for all the magnificent Oriental line of eteamrrs lite P & O. alone, have 60 tuperb, firet claaa ocean ateamihii, in their fleet plying to Australia, China and Tndla. Then the "llritisb India" Lint ; the "Clau" line (Scotch, of coone) the French and Italian Lines, etc , furnieh, each, a heavy quota to awell the incoming and out. golns shipping in Colombo harbor. In fact the little iuclosure is almost crowded from one year' end to another. It whs a mere reini circular scoop in the coast saud At firt, until in Sir William Gregory' Governorship the mignificent breakwater, that has converted It into n aifo and com modioli harbor, was built. This maniire structure I Sir William' "pet" as he affectionately called it as we were slowly s'eiuiing in. For the worthy kntght was on board the "U)hilla" a piuoenger from Madras to Colombo, where he proposes remaining a month longer before tailing with Ldy Gregory for England. lie cime, one evening to the forward drvz,to listen to the lcging of the girls and Will, and was so dep)y impressed with what wa eo novel to him, that he mide it a point to hunt ua up the next day, and m expreoted bimeelf. Which led to a simple narrAtion of the progress of the goipel mbwion, at which he aeemed to bo no little astonished, ai well as till further impressed, and thia led to hi cordial commenlatlon of the work and Troupe when we arrived ut this place, where hU name is still a ino.U pi-ulhouehold word, with all cIskcj, and so we find no difficulty in obtaining places to preach, with full courteous mention of the Evangelist in the local dalli; and we are hoping to have good audience and nightly teiv cciforthe tenoreleyendaysofouratay. Praise the LORD for it all, and many thanVa togood Sir William, for his kindly Interest in our work and ur, the LORD'S - been some ha John Folof, months at the Asylum at Lexington, I at home, much improved in health and aplrits. The ever patient, uncomplaining (?) farmer it finding tho dry woathor too much for his eilent furbearanco and i actually wiahing for rain. The potato bug has put in his appear-en- ce in great numbers, and is sowing his egg with an energy that announce a determination to harvest the crop. Crab Orchard can muster mora truly handsome young ladies to tho tquare scro than any town in Atactica, and they do not flirt with strangers to the chagrin of vis iting dudes. Dr. Joe B. Graham baa been tendered an appointment as surgeon in the U. S. Army. No better appointment could have been made, for over and above hi eminent qualifications, he carriea one of the noblest heart that ever beat in nn American boa-oevery impulto of which I honor, generosity and kindness. Hammond William, the deputy sheriff who wa ehot and auveroly wounded at Hating' Croaiing while defending the machine shorw, and to whom Jay Gould sent a check for $500, is a native Kentuck ian, born in Boylo county and ban many relative living there and some in thia county. He i ai fearless as was Caiu Mar-ciur- ; duringtho war lis shot a negro, who dtfiad him, in the mid9t of Buell's army, Prof. T. M. IHwes spent Sunday nlth his brother, Prof. E. P. Hawca here. Mies-e- e Lura and Leila Doores made a flying visit to Dinville last week. A.Carson, M. J. Harris and J. Will Jnme wore on the Cumberland lut Friday and Saturday, but caught no fish as the fcere eo unfortunate as to lose their minnow. Better luck to you when you go again, gentlemen. Jamea Brook I' home from Cincinnati for a fow minutes Ieliure, and aa unual, his pleasant manner make him thrice welcome. Hon. F. F. Bobbin spent Sunday with friend here. who fou are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, And tbo Prices named almost take- your breath for Cheapness. - Our eole ambition ia to See XXow muck We can Sell for a Dollar ! Dry We Keep Everything Pertaining to a with a Full and Complete Shoe, Hat and Clothing Department Attached Store, S. Xa. Powers STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Co.'s Great Bargain Store, But-tp- Go to IV. K. Vcatch, IontlHt, BOUBNfi Frank Allison. well-know- n first-cla- CH AIKEPO ! Mt stSe s gar-menl- FAKM FOB SAXiE cold-blood- StanfordWoolen ir4iiryiKBFH. Abdallah Glencoo! Wr 111-l- m il. pa-en- MoELROY, flrsi-cls- y flrst-cla- IW-ly- l. 0lJfi" t '... 77 "J . tUftttttl tH&hmtkm I S Br y to tho troubles between labor and capital, which contains the following siifiRestion: "I am satisfied that something must be done under Federal authority to prevent the disturbances which so often arieo from disputes between emplojers and tho employed, and which at inter-est- s times furiously threaten tho business opinion, the of the country; and, in my proper theory upon which to proceed is that of voluntary arbitration, aB the means to settle these difficulties; hut I suggest that, instead of arbitrators chosen in the heat of conflicting claims, and after each dispute shall arise, thero bo crea-e- d a Commission of Labor, consisting of s hree mombers, who shall be regular of tho government, charged among other duties with the consideration and settlement, when feasible, of all controversies between labor and capital. A comadmission thus organized would have tho body, and its vantage of being a staple members, as they gained experience, would constantly improve in their ability to deal intelligently and usefally with the questions which might be submitted to them. If arbitrators are chosen for temporary service, aa each case of dUpute arises, experience and familiarity with much that is involved in the question will be lacking; extreme partisanship and bias will be the qualifications sought on either side, and frequent complaints of unfairnesj and partiality will be inevitable. The commission which I suggest could easily be engrafted upon this already organired bureau by the addition of two more Commissioners, and by supplementing the duties already imposed on it by such other powers and functions as would permit the commissioners to act as arbitrators between labor and capital, Power should also be distinctly conferred upon this bureau to investigate the causes of all disputes aa they occur, whether submitted for arbitration or not, so that information may always bs at hand to aid lgeis-latic- n on tho subject when necessary and to Concrefs in regard oin-cer- THE Five hundred men of the Missouri Car have gone out betrnVSKteMfilaltnorSoimwl and Foundry Company The House passed a' bill creating the company would not stop furnish Nlneteauth Judicial district of Kentucky. cause the ing the Missouri Pacific supplies under a The new district is composed of Eitlll, . April 27, 1880 contract which antedated tho present troub- Powell, Lee, Clay, Perry, Letcher, Knott Stanford, Ky les. If this is not the hight of idiotic ac Breathitt and Wolfe counties. tion we can not imagine it. Tho foundry M. nnbbltt has presented a bill to em V7. P. "WALTON. company has very wisely decided to run power the Lincoln county court to levy a the works with other men and If It finds ft tax to extend the Stanford & Halls Gap e has stnt a can not do so adyantageouBly will close turnpike road to Pulaski county, and to President Cleveland mca-sag- Jae as GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Daring the first nine months of the fiscal year, which ends June SO, 1880, there was an Increase of over S7,000,000 In the revenues of tho Government, as compared with tho samo period last year. The ex ptnditures were over $10,000,030 less than for tho same period In tho precccdlng year, making a net saving of $23,000,000. Tho strike in tho yards of the Lake Shore Railroad at Chicago U settled and the switchmen went back to work besido employer, whoeo discharge tho they had demanded. Itseemi strango that a railroad company would permit a few switchmen to hinder their business as many men as are anxioua to work and just as ca pable as they. toim-peac- h Tho New Jersey Senate voted Keeper Laverty, of the Stato Prison, and to henceforth deny him the privilege of holding any office of trust or honor under the Slate government. The charges sustained were that he not only allowed male and female prisoners to stay together, but had criminal intercourse with a number of the women himself. iue j. uilicu uepitiuieut sold 1&. vear 270.000.O0O stamped envelopes, worth With every letting the sirs of $5,773,000. the contract increase and the price oi fei Is reduced. Euvelopes which In 1860 cost $4.80 per thousand can now be sold for $1.80 per thousand, and the extra letter size that then cost $6 are now sold for $2 40. The letting occurred last week when these figures were obtained. The bodies of the 26 men who perished in the mine at Nanticoke will never be taken out of the bowels of the earth. It was discovered Friday by a bore hole that that portion of the mine where the men are la completely filled up with water and quicksand, and that all hope of rescue Is gone. The mine will bewailed In and a monument erected on the surface to tell the tale of one of the greatest disasters that eyer occurred in the coal regions. non-unio- n . RUIitl W tifcipi 1 PiBTPL .T? '92it' fe24uf!J55 ROYAL Pt'WIJ mm) SCAiMPIr ND '1 . , down entirely, preferring to let tho works Ho Idlo than to be dictated to by a set of men who not only want all tho profits of the institution in wages, but demand that tho business shall be run to suit them. Such Idiocy as is being daily exhibited by the so called Knights of Lbor is acting solely to their disadvantage and causing capital to be shy of risking investment, where such men are to be employed. Capital can afford to Ho Idle: those who are dependent upon their own labor can not and the pres ent policy of causeless and violent strikes is daily driving employers out of business, compelling capital to shun industrial investments and depressing every channel of industry in the land. There is no gainsay ing the fact that there can be no revival of industry or business until labor disturbances are settled, and when it Is considerof the recent great laed tnat bor troubles have grown out of the merest shadows, when there wore no substantial complaints about wagej, hours of Inbor or manner.of payment, a graye responsibility rata upon labor to end rather than to itflime labor disputes. nine-tenths change the boundary lino between Lincoln and Bayle counties. NOTES iBBa f!C.BaBaiBlBaBaBaaBaVflktS:irQHl Or CURRENT EVENTS. U(PSHl JMjfcs'&fe,' erf" The Somerset Reporter still continues to desirable." Tho adoption cf such a law may be good enough so far as it gos, but unless power is given the arbitrators to enforce their arbitrament and compel laborers as well as capitalists to abide by it, no real good can be accomplished. The bill should make it a felony for persons to obstruct railroads or other public facilities by riotous strikes and threats. The interests are too large to be disturbed so frequently by a few dissatisfied men, who will not work themselves nor permit others to do so. This is a free country and when one class of men presume to dictate to another class and enforce their demands by threats and intimidation, the proper use of the bayonet ought to be brought to bear to teach them a lesson in personal freedom. that Senator A. S. Berryf who has the gubernatorial bee boning so loudly In his bonnet that he fails to hear or see that the people who have watched his antics think he is making a loon of him-eei- f, procured the publication of the ouUa-geouIllustrated article which appeared in Cincinnati paper last week on the outa rages claimed to be committed on the convicts at Greenwood. The Hon. A. S., who seems only to lack another initial to fully thinks describe the manner of man he to mako votes by the agitation of the concalvict business, bat he Is making a poor and the other com. culation. Gov. Knott mfaeioners of the Sinking Fund are now investigating the alleged outrages in per-eo- n and if it Is proved, as there is a Btrong probability that it will be, that the Hon. the A. 8., baa uttered as well aa procured publication of falsehoods to aid himself at the injury of belter men, he will be brought into a deserved contempt Instead of his cherlehed ambl-tlon- insist upon an investigation of the crookedness it affects fo imagine hedges aboat the nomination of Dick Warren. Aa we have no information that Mr. Waddle is dbsatiified in the matter and have heard of no one that is save Mr. Backer, we suggest to the latter gentleman that he constitute himself a committee of one to make a thorough Investigation and if he can find the mare's nest he is hunting for, to cackle then, as it will be ample time for such a performance. In regard to the absence of the date from Mr. Lynn's card declaring the nominees, we take the whole blame, if then be any, for that as it was the careless omission of a compositor. That could cut no fiiore In the business, however, as It has never been claimed otherwise than that the count and declaration were made on Mon day, March 15lh, The Reporter seems to think that having gone in to find fault, consistency demands that It keep it up, but the tinblic has much more respect foramen that confesses a mistake in a manly manner than one who continue in a wrong course after being shown the error of his way. We have hopes yet that after this spasm of wrought up Indignation has spent itself, Mr. Rucker will acknowledge his transgres sions and seek forgiviness from the party he would wrong. Two hangings in Kentucky inside of a that that mode or punishment Is not entirely played out in the State, to our credit be it said. Robert Fowler, who murdered his wife's nelce , brutally with whom he was in love, by cutting her throat, paid the penalty with his neck at Moiganfield, Friday, after confessing his guilt and acknowledging the justice of his sentence. When the drop fell the rope broke and the victim went to the ground with a "dull thud," but fortunately his neck was dislocated and subsequent event, such as stringing him back over the beam, Interested him not. It is strange, in this country of hemp that sheriffs can't got ropes strong enough to hold any of the few condemned, and it is the sheerest negligence that causes such mishaps. wesk show TTn W. W. Orr. of Bracken. Is dead. Four chlldreu are under Indictment In elr Coles county, III., for the tnurthr of father and mother. The republicans of tho Second Tennes-se- o district have renominated Hon. Lonl-da- s Creiar Houk lor Congress. James Sayre and Henry Grant, while fishlne near Lexington Friday, were thrown out of a boat and were drowned. Onnlil Rtated before the committee that tbe Missouri Pacific has 10,737 men id it em ploy, exclusive of general oiiicers. An inecne mother at Keyport, N. J., trtn.l fanr of her little children with an axe, claiming that the Lrd had told her to do so. Treasurer Jordan has sent to the House stating that there Is no a. rommnnicatlon at Louisville and need of a opposing the passage of the bill. Mr. Blair called up In the Senate yec-i.resolution providing for a & Sntnt constitutional amendment prohibiting the manufacture and sale of alcoholio liquors. It is stated that Miss Mary Anderson's receipts in San Francisco for two weeks - soo ooo Dnrine her eeasou of thirty- one weeks she baa played to nearly $350,-00m li hW t 3 POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tlili l4iJrr nurtr tmIm. A marvel ol puilly, strength aoil wlintMtncD. More economical n not ba told In than the ordinary kind,, nJ com pulton with the multitude of low tct, ihoil weight lum or j.hofiue rowden. Bold only la lloTiUlliKiKd I'owdkbCo., rant. 1M Wall Btrwt, V. Y. iTBPv?r aWiitjta hg9HBl iirisiPHfMfcsL 1m S rltfc TstTJsWBMlVJRZJraCJaaaaaaWT tlalartMBMSf The Bucket Piwif & Water ou any rump or Heritor yet Thtup tirvrenillot lull of air and n full of walrr, circulate lha air Iroin to top of Ciller n or well, mooting wlrW, water tmai, and rendering the waer pure remoT-In- g all color, Uite or niill, ThW rump hai .Ml IUJ'IVini rilliU, .V HUBS IV tr TSIU and Ini'ead ota link, cup li told trod a flat piece ol galraolied Iron ti teed. Do not purvliaa a pump until you tee thli. Very reepecttully, Inrrot.-d- . lot-tor- NW03IB well-kno-- JHOTEJL, It an loproTetnenl MT. VERNON, KY. Thlt old ind Ilotal U till! maintaining !U fine reputation. Chargoi reasonable., Hprclal attention tothe trardteg public. ra td jr. i. XEircostn, m'r. MU Vernon, Xj. H. II. HIGGINN. WEAREAI It is charged gas can be manufactured at the amazingly small cost of three cents per thousand cubic feet. A Georgia man who has just died at SO gallons 97 could lift b barrel containing whisky and drink from the bunghole, of and handle a 450 p4nd bale of cotton as if it weie a baby, The total number of deaths resulting from the grel fire at Stry. Austria, was 123, most of them resulting directly from the flimes. The total loss on property is estimated at $7,100,000. strike in rew lorx nas Tbe itreet-ca- r come to a close, "wilb me company u top," as a Knight of Labor states It, ad ding that "this U one of the cases wnere the company ought to win. prohl-httU- n Out of 137 counties In Georgia nn.mtfj in one way or another in over 115 counties. "Washington county, one of the largest in the Btate, bas just voieo. ine "dry" ticket by a majority of 242, noi in Gen. Frank Wollortt says ce to run again for Congress In the clined Eleventh district, but will not maxe a formal announcement in any direction until he has consulted his friends alter return ing home. Great excitement prevails over me prohibition question at Richmond, Vs., and the whole population seems to arrayed on one side or the othir of "wet and dry," upon which a vote is to be taken .... amvtA A man In Pitleburg, m nroceM Pa., claims to br which fuel & -- MEIUEFEE, klndiof. Dealer! Id all OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. In the Quarterly Court which began Fanning Implements and Machinery, i 1 ur e, i, s. GABBABD's honest respieientatlve, Hon. y. A. Anderson, who without any flourish r and no effort at self laudation promptly returned the railroad passes sent i.nn.i, i.jU .ni,Ahrlnnlneof the session, intro any duced a bill making It unlawful for Benitor or Representative hereafter to acunder cept a free pass from any railroad fined $200 for the first ofpenalty of being offense, fense and 5500 for each subsequent convlo-tlo- n recovered on Indictment and to be Court. Such In the Franklin Circuit will a, bill ouRht to be made the law, but it Mr. Anderson's effort will be love's not and labor lost except to force an expression on takthe subject and make the petty bribe hands ers show their Father Ryan, the celebratedof poet-priea died in Louisville last week was devotodly attached to the He k "Lost Cause." entering the army at the remaining with it to the close of and the war. He contributed much to literature, his poems "The Conquered Binner" and "The Sword of Lee," being especially praiseworthy. HI? remains wcra taken to Biloxi, Miss , for interment accompanied by soldiers. a large escort of Tue House very promptly and properly approved tho report of the Joint Legislative Committee, appointed to Investigate the of the money appropriated for Exposi-tionthe Louisville and New Orleans exonerates State Geologist which fully his Procter from tho charges made against Lawrence. management by MaJ. J- The Major should sing low In the future. st, r. out-brea- Mb. Willis, the Louisville Congressman, adds mendacity to duplicity In the poslof- fice matter. He save he did not impor tune the President to appoint Mrs. Thompson, while Mr. Cleveland In a letter to Mr. Beck, before the appointment, says that Mr. Willis earnestly insisted on his making it. As Mr. Cleveland has always made it a point to "tell the truth," tho publlo will convict Mr. Willis without further testimony. HebrMost, the communist, addressed an excited throng of working men at New York and advised tbem to arm themselves and enforce their rights at the point of the bayonet, The worklnmen should strangle such incendiaries U they wish to pos sess the sympathy, and encouragement oi masses. the law-lovin- g The bona workman, Powderly, says he works 16 hours a. day and has not had a holiday for seven years all for $1,500 a year. Why in the devil don't he strike like the other alleged Knights do? OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. our interests of the country demand that be not disturbed, and that railroad traffic growing stronger every day. sentiment! Riilroad managers and railroad laborors mustrccDgninthii and obey. I believe uied ss that the civil authorities should bo possible in the settlement of the matfar m people, A New Mexico obituary closes with the ter. This is a Government of tho bayonet only when Is words: "Her tired spirit was released from andweshouldusethe The transcontinental railroad war body and soared aloft to absolutely necessary. I think the matter want to go to Sao Francis-c- o the over and if you nnJrha "oon the troubles for Plcm'.I if st in the realm? of celestial glorj - mM now you will have to pay abiut $200 i at 4:30, Djnver time." will be over." the round trip. s, Lancaster. Mr. W. G. Dunlap, of this place, will take the road this week for E. J. Curley & Co's Camp Nelson distillery. Mrs. Roe Young and family and Mr. Charley Anderson, Mrs. Young's brother, will leave this morning for Indian Territory where Mr. Young is acting as Indian Agent. Miss Lilian Buchanan, of Crab Orchsrd, Isvisit-in- g Mrs. Tom Palmer. Miss Georgia Reed, of Shclbyville, is the guest of Misses Mat-ti- e and Sillie Denny near town. Mr. "W. R Mans will take charge of the clothing and shoo department at Logan & Brewer's this week. Col. D.R Collier has removed to his new residence on Lexington street. this week. James "Wasson and Joe Jackson were hung at Fort Smith, Ark., Friday for muratder. Before being handcuffed, Jackson his throat with a bottle, but tempted to cut had was prevented by the guards after he cut a gash In his neck."083 Thomas W. Ellis, publisher of a weekly paper at Birmingham, Alabama, shot and killed Clara Ross, Inmate Orof a house of bad repute, and at New Wm. Charles Neseeu shot his wife leans twice and afterwardB killed himself. At Eist Point, Ga., Sunday, Jamie through Harris, aged nine years, was shot heart by Frank Whitaker, aged thirthe teen, and at Danville, 111., J. R. Miller, a old student at the Normal sixteen-ye- ar fatally shot Jerry wuonaia, nnom- School, er boy. A wrecker placed a cross lie on me Eist Tenneesee track near Silver Creek, Ga., and then stepping back in the dark night watched an approaching freight train bank. t strike It and roll down a The fireman was Instantly killed and the engineer fatally injured. In Jewamine county, Joe Shelton, who when is subject to epileptic fits, was In bed Lt .j nih.F railed him to eet up. He at once sprang out of the bed and caught to her in the throat and strangled her there being no one in the room at death, tho time to prevent him. The bootblacks of Louisyille have They struck against a shine for 5 cents. 10c and will make it unpleasant for want folthe boy who doesn't demand it. The has been issued: "NotiB lowing manifesto 5s. 10c to tbe Boy dont blaCK no shoes for Price. We will not blaCK no man at the that Price." Littleton Stewart and Sewen Kimball Batur-da- y met in a lonely road near Lexington old feud by a and began to settle an drew a hand to band fi2ht, when the latter plunged it into the former, killknife and and proming him Instantly. Both aro old being the father of inent citizens, the latter al ten-foo- and ended this morning, there were five petitions and ten summonses. Prof. T, M. Hawes, of Louisville, will lecture to night, 27, at the chapel of Caldwell College; his subject "Our best humorists and poets." Micajah Rowsey shot twice at Jason Blackety at Junction City Saturday night. It will be remembered that Rowsey was shot and fearfully wounded by Blackety sVL ' V.aaK VaaaWMaVflsWrn F some months ago. When the case of Walsh, the! Louis ville merchant tailor, who took matures for clothinz In Danville, was called In the Police Court on Satarday, Mr. R. P. Jacobs, the defendant's attorney, demurred to the summons and the demurrer being overwas taken by plaintiff ruled, juda-e- nt SDIIUEYN, the defendant executed bond and Ihe when case went to circuit court on appeal. Mr. Yerber Hosklna died on Huniiay bout 12 o'clock from the effects of an ac cidental pistol shot received several weeks Pnyslclans say his condition bas ago. Grrilu, Weol, Beetle, recti, Coal, Lumber, Etc. been serious from the first although somebetter. Blood poisoning times reported was one of the complications of the case and was probably the Immediate cause of -death. Funeral here to day (.Monday). Wm. Ballard, of color, was tried by a jury In the Police Court on Saturday for the crime of selling n half pint of whisky and acquitted by the Jury. Two white fellows named Maples and Turner sore that li tho one that rarrlel tbe largntaod the marshal gave them money and told them to buy whisky and that Ballard went and got It for them. Their evidence was contradictory and their manner and general appearance betokened unreliability. The jury was not out over two minutes. Rev, J. W. Ringland and family of on tbe great quan'.lilet e buy enable ui to gte Utter Duluth, Minn., are In town Ihe guests of Our fidlltlti lor buying and tbtdlicounti pricei than any one. Prof J.B. Walton, at College Home. Mr. Ringland graduated at Centre College in 1872, Mrs. Carrie Neal, of Lexington, Mr. Horace Brown, of New Albany, Ind., and Mrs. Goodloe and Murphy, of Lancaster, are visiting Mrs. J. J. Craig. Mrs. J. M. Turner, of New Orleans, formerly Mlis Minnie Grlmts, of this place, is In town the but we- guest of Mrs. A. S. Robsrtson, Jr. Col. J', K. Bishop has returned from New lorx. A tij enjoyable entertainment was Riven Friday night by Miises Nannie, Mary and Betlle Fisher to the "Little Workers" of the Baptist church. Among Btrilaht throoah on all good bandied by tit. We harenow th Urgent ttock eier brought to thlt rlty tndallweailc you It to tall and examtutour gx! those present were Mise Shelby, of Area-di- a, Effie Cropper, Lincoln county, Misses Kin-MtMary Chesk, Anna Wardroper, Emily Bailie and Nannie Banford, Dora Har- rls, L'zz'e Siodghlil, May Olmsted, Sue and Nannie McDowell and Lottie baunders, oi Danville. Dr. J. H. Litcher, Messrs. R. G. Evans, W. J. Owsley, Andrew Whitley! Wm Dufjan.Thoe. Buchanan, Rey.and Mrs T. P. Hale, Mr. and Mrs. James A. SlaughDan-yill- e ter and Mr. and Mrs J. L. Bruce, of and vicinity. Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, THE HOUSE 1 TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS JBJES'T STOOKofGOODS We do not aim to sell at same 1 price as any other merchant, MEAN TO CUT PRICES SMJSmDAJuF fc FOSTER. Wwmtj & M1 Altetoi PHARMACISTS, -- -" - RELIGIOUS. DIALMS I . -Gov. Marmaduke, ol Missouri, speak strike, eavs: "The great i ,i. ..timid Cipt. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor, of West-por- t, Conn , and respectively 05 and 02 years old, and have Juit celebrated their diamond wedding, having been married 7A years, and have lived without quarrelling all that time. pain-racke- d (TCi-T- ill "V SM. 11 The date of the District Sunday School nrnriR Rnn ts. onorv anu ie& tUiYllBPCtZ v vNi ., -- Uw, w- - 1 this place has been fpV Convention to meet at puic Fancy Articles. chau&ed to the 25th, 26th and 27th of May. bapThirty-eig- ht persons have been Pbyiicians' prfMrlplloniarfurately tompAim!1 tized in Pitman creek at Reed'd mill, since lest Friday, by the Rav. H. H. Sbearin. Somerset Banner. & Ohio will run a speTho Chesapeake Tho Largest Stock of 1178101168, Olooks cial trein at low rates from Louisville, May Jewelry and Silvetware at3, for the benefit of those who want to Richmondi Ercr bought to this roarlet Prices Ixiwr then tend tho General Conference at tho Lowiit. Watch, ClocVi and Jewelry He- paired on ihoit notice end Warranted Va. The meeting which hat just cloeed at the Methodist church was u very success& ful one. Rv. S. X. Hall and Rsv. J. W. COQ Cfl F.TeryliaOTsoldbythewldillo platform 5Si Blgham assisted the pastor. There were 31 Mallana man haa inreral dol in added uarnctf,Vfcviju . totheMrttrrleo. We h aro no and 41 additions to the church, conversions agents, bnt for twelve years hTo dealt with tho consumer. JtsjeiPaP laaaSKri Hopkinsville South Kentucklan. has baen staRsv. il. A. M. Anderson ins. Wo pay freight charcoal , lKith waya If not anttifactory. W s l VymTJ street Methodist tioned at Sixty-fir- st .vl J!kZJSSwvtiL arrnnicTrrjimntiiurvTcarv. Oneprlceonly, l'lMformbprlns V A. JCi A lV Sjt church, New York. The young men here Wagon M 8.13 It lamoat oilien Vv. lA eiutt& i'ann Vijoni810. uiumipuiu who are interested in a member of his famiop Jfiurgica at ni,u, uuo na iuroi'4iii vwiwut nre 1 flnU J.rntuer. blnitlc, 810 to tViS. 04-pily should tke noticoanl govern their corIllustrated rvitolivtue free. Adaruw, i V, 11, 1'ICATT, tiicrctary, Elkhart, IniUuasj respondence accordingly. stat ri '.Kt "- y JEWELERS- Yp&r ur Avmmr ELKHART CARRIAGE HARNESS M'F'C CO. ""i M z2&&3zm oa ' GAnnrte Fee-.Oilon Brt and S,'d Irish Potatoes at A. A. Warren' "Model Grocery." , We have the most complete line of hard ware In the city. Apodal fiurea to builders. Call fird examine. Metcalf A Fob-tc- Stanford, Ky., E. O. WALTON, April 27, 1880 - DunlnOBH Mnnngor. Mn. J. T. Harris haa sold his bakery and confectionery to a Mr. Schneider, of Lexington. anted . A N. LOCAL Me.ll I Wantkd 1 1 - 60,000 TIME CARD. " ' ' Houth........ t5xprotraln" Boulh.. train going Norlh.. l M r.tt. .JUS r.v. 1 82 ........ .... -- oi wool nt highest market A. T. Nunneller. pounds price for cash a.u. ton JtiNT. HO opening on iuu.i. Friday, April 30, ncd Huorday, May lit JiANUiieni'a Garden deed at McKoberla The ladles are cordially Invited to be pres ent. Mu. Kate Dui'dcrar. A Hlnfj-V- . Lanourtii'b garden need in bulk and A M'LKNDIU lltllo rain fell reslerday af. pickaxe at IVnuy A McAlister's. and Jewelry rep&irod on ahor ternoon just In the nicbe of tluio for the Watch eh a everybody In town w.u notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIs farmers and r. being aufljcated with dust. Buy the litis Hon Remedy, the orii a&l and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-lateAnything In straw good, from a brod bnm buckeye lo a handsome Mackanaw or A ooMPLirrr. stock of jewelry, lateet Manilla. Also a nice lot of Miff hata in style. IlocVford watcriM n rdaltr Per - wi.i, xmitij aiu tiRtii uuiur at liruco A ny A McAlixter. McKoberla'. LOCAL NOTICES. fhOiOTe li calculated on standard time, lae U About SO ruinate laaUr Bolsr to J, (y. Kobinscn, Laooistcr, Ky. i ...... iiinTo my summer An elegtnt storo room, i!5x feet, location the Fjr termi apply bt. 4J Daniel "Webster once wrolp, after continued provocation, to the editor of a newspaper which referred to hi private affaire, and especially to hla not paying his debt All persons having accounts against He said substantially: "It ia true that I Mrs. Polly Shanks, deceaFcd, will ' pleaee have not always paid my debt punctually, present properly proven to Mr. P. M. Mc and I owo money. Ode came of this Is that Roberta. 8 E. Owsley, Admr. I havo not pressed those who owe me. As an instance of thi, I enclose your father' One Cent 8end your nnrae on n postal note made to me thirty year ago, for moncard to Shsrpa A MIddleton, Louisville, ey loaned to educate hi bor." Ky , and oii'aln a copy of tbe handsomest Teacher:-"Whatlsan illui'lrated Dry Good dialogue ever given engineer?'' Boy away. No. 1. "A man who work an engine." 9 4 Boy No. Well Again. Col. Hugh Roger, the deputy U. S. Marshal, who was shot at Har 2. "That man that works the piano." lan, C. II. It la alleged by William Howard, JEW ADVERTINKHKnTH. now In Jill hen, has so far recovered from bii wound as to bs ablo to vo to his home at Lexington r, Teacher:-"Whatlsapioneci?" mmi'mmimmimmmiMiikila1Lm.- - . v K WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER I WALL Trimmed ami iteiiily for Uejf, PAPER! at M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. -- jit Turnplhc Election. (117-lt- l) r, The population uf Stanford has been increased in the list day or two by tbe accession of a conple of monkeys, that seem to be more intelligent than the avcrago loafer in town. They are the property of Judge W.R. Cithou and Mr. D. Klae, where they are tbe object of much Interest. - !."L .?".?:. year. W'?h, ?"! CLIFTON - via tug in, oaiur- of I.ella.B a DBTT-S- FOWLER, Prei. TP3EIEI- - TurnpikoJElcction. (117-id- avV A r Teller W. M. Urioht showed us a two Tub Cincinnati Southern will run an lion pj a I'Mtdent and BoirJl of Dir'eetorl ior the dollar bill of the Farmer Bank that had excursion to Atlanta Friday for the benefit oflce In HUnford on the lit Saturday In Mir. Mn. 0. A. Lackey, Sit., back freni ) atao'olockr.M. J. E. LYNN, TrV. been ralxed to $20 in a way that could eaal of those who wish to be present at the una lengthy Tislt to relallre In Madlton, veiling of the statue of the late Senator Mn.O II Mausciull, of Harroda ly tako In the unwary. It was sent for re burg, waa here the latter pirt of lift week. demptlon from Roger, Texae, by a man Hill, May 1. Among the speakers on the occasion will be Hon. Jefferson Davis of the T"J!,hoiUrP of,.t.lle Sn'oNl HuiUnvllle Mn. D. B. Staoo, 8n , and wife, of the who had lost $18 on It. late Confederacy. Fare for the round trip "T ry "'" an"u elector) of TretUUnt annual Weil End, are with their aon, Mr. 8. P. and Board of i'ULABKi uourt. Commonwealth's At $10. c,.or,,t filor' BUR. lit Saturday M,7 ,M tt Turoentlllo,J, on the p 3 oi torney R C. Warren tells us that be tried A OOOD old lady, while fishing at Diw-so'"M Mn. Walter Raymond hai gone to two J. F. CASH, Pruldent. munler cases at Somewt last week. Mill last Friday went overboard into Frankfoit again. There la erldently a wo- William Macklin for killing James Dora the water, and when she rove to the surface man in the ctM. waa acquitted and Albirt Sharp for the the first time, she said aloud to some genMiss Emma Leaveix, of Garrard, murder . Thai nniii mHh. .a .. l. of Lewis Thomas, another Jnrgrc, tlemen there from Danville, fishing, "Have SS5T,"ff,i! ?!-who bu been f Mtlna; Mm Ellen Wearen, waa .Cofl;. Still Turnpike ? sent up for life. m" w . "r joum- oiore, Mch. inner, you young men any whisky?" and then : l returned home yesterday. d Mn, L C. Alcdrn, of Dinfllle, was amok. ice promise oi a full house to waded out to get the coveted medicine to ft,JE?sr".fci,;FJi'fw, "M4 M. UeCINNEY.Preild.nt. here yesterday, returning from a vialt to greet our young Hnrrodsburg friends in the keep off a bad cold. Oar reporter did not his dulciana at Ureeaiburg. rendition of the pleating and laughable find out what became of her pipe,1 knitting 1 f i Tn a... HP . W . XT opera of Amor la rery flattering, and If tbe and New York Ltdgtr, when ahe fell in the iiAiita irrircu yeeteraaj to sire an elrcutlonary entertainment at weather i favorable they can count on a mill pond, but it can safely be said they The iharthoJdenol the Hanging Fork A Green il rrrtuyterian cnurch hearty and substantial reception. me r Next went in too, or ioey have been her compan- FT? r TurDP'k BoJ Co. will meet at Jone' Blore lut night. InMeKloneyon tbe lit Baturdiy In Mar, 8, ions while fishing on the binka of the lor tbe purpote ol electing Miasm Aiidie Fornell and Mary Friday night at the Cyera House. Prnldsnt and Board Hanging Fork daily during the summers of Director for the eoiulng rear. Myera, of Mlllertburg, apent Eiater here, 50 and 75 cent. ) J. w. OIVKN8, Prnldent. for the last 40 or 50 years. much to the gratification of their rlenda. C D. Ayres, who used to be Superinten-- Elu W. B. Cloyd wrllea from Ban MARRIAGES. Diego, Cil., to hare the Interior Journal dent at the Junction, here and waa afterwards given a conductor's place on the L. A N., Th itatkholderiof James Radlty and Mia forwarded to him San Diego la a city of Eliiibeth Mill Turnpike Road Co.the HuiUmilll A CoOst'i will m.t at T. C JupcV resigned sometime ago to go in the reatau-ran- t Williams were made one flesh Saturday, 0,000 and rapidly Increasing, while the lo. Btor on the lit Saturdaj In May, 183J, at 1 o'clock p.m. forth purpose of electing a President and builne in Louisville, in which he Mr. Ltndon Tread way and Mira Lore'. Board ol Directors for cation and climate ii almoit perfect, the eniulng yjar. "-t- il O. C. LVOV. Prwldent. were married Mira Mary Alcorn la effect aerenteen seem not to have prospered aa he waa to Gibson, a little ml of and Friday celebrated the Important erent forced to make a general assignment Satur- on the 23d. Mies Folsom' grandfather Folaom ha by InWtlnK a numbar of her young riend day for tho benefit of his creditor, altestified that hi granddaughter and the to eooy an elegantly prepared aupper with though his liabilities are but $1,200. 11. Th ttkhnMr. nf hfllnfo.l t UI1I-- .J Turnpike Koad Co. will meet at McCormack'a her, after which the erenlng waa spent SntRMAN Hail, who, it was said, ran President will marry in June. tbe lit Mr. Robert Birtelli and Mis Hal tie Meetingm. uouaeon purpoie Palnrday Ina May, I8S6. most pleaaanlly by all present. off to Texts tbe day he was torn wry Min 2 p. for tha of electing Prnldent B. Pinnell were married last Friday night and Board ol DlreCorafor the eniulng rear. Miss Rose Hicham chaperoned a Mary Campbell at Somerset, writes ua that A. W. CAnPENTEB, Vreildent, party of youngelera on a Cihlng excurilon the statement la false in tittj particular, at 11 o'clock in the parlor of Mr. Sam to Dawajn'e mill Saturday. It waa a big but hi letter la couched in such ungentle-manl- y Hicksj by Mr. J. R. Jaati, pastor of the time for all concerned, except Mica Rose, and threatening hnguige that we Biptitt cnurch, Thi match was quite a -- poawho found it about a hard work to keep decline to give it space aa ho nqueeta. It surprise to everybody, but a numbar of Wm. D eering & Go.'i Mowen, Bindherchargeeitralghtaa to run the poatof- - is dated at Glargow, at which place he aaya vourg folks beard of it in time to be. presers and Reapers, he is attending school. The objectionable ent Somerset Reporter, Mr, R. C. Warrex wm up from Som. Crab Orchard. - - Kcntnchy. Item waa taken from a telegram rent from DEATHS. ereet Saturday and exprewd himself aa IIMm Somerset, the author of whlc can likely highly wtiifled with the outlook In Fulaa-k- l. Died Friday morning last of pneumobe found. Hundred! of prominent democraU took nia, complicated with otherdlseues, John B. The Sheriff of Lealie county, F. B. Fel-t- on Vanarsdall, aged 11. At the time of his I occaaJou to eee him and to tell him that hr Jait retumed from the city and I cordlal-- ;! and T. G. LiwIs, Abner Evereole, death and for a year Invite my Elegant Una ther would not only vole for him them, or two previous he Millinery jou to call and ee alio call attention of Ixfo buylog. 1 to George U. Steele, William Hall and A. B. ray finely selected stock of Ladles' Unlcrwear eelre, but work lo cause otheri to do ao. had been proprietor of the Commercial and Notlona. Handkerchiefs, Collars, Cuffs and Lewi arrived here reeterday aoraiog with Col W. O. Welch haa returned from Hotel here and had won the respect of our CorseU of different atylea. Ladles' White Dresses. I can be found at my store tn Loulatllle, whither he went In the Interest Israel and John Napier, Israel, William cllixens as a quiet and unobtrusive cltizin. the room lately e. raratedby the and Walter MinyardJohn Day and Jame of hit law partner. Judge Sinfley, MRU. HATtSJtVItnKRAB, He leave a wife and a bright little daughwho la a !0 2m Stanford, Ky. Rice, all charged with the murder of Solocandidate for Superior Court Judge. Many ter of three years old to suffer an irreparamon Buckbart and the wounding of other of the leading lawyera and other pledced ble lo'f, and to them and his brother, Mr their support and the Col. thlnka from of a constable' paeae which went to arrest J. W. Vanarsdall, of Junction City, and what ho can learn from other nsrl. f n. ttaiu for a misdemeanor. They are a pret- sister, Mrs. L'xz'e White, of Mlsourl, who ty hard set and fearing that nnb vengeance dlatrlct that the Judge' prospect are could not arrive to look upon him for the Terr would be meted out to them they were aent last lime on earth, we extend our condo- Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather tUltering. Mowns .McRonciiTa and Bright, two here for safe keeping till their trials. As lence. The remains were taken Saturday .Boards, iinisoing Lumber, Green young gentlemen of Stanford, were gueata Leslie county is nearly 160 mllei from to Parksville, the childhood' home of the Lumber in the Bough, including here, half of which has to be made in wag- deceased and laid to at Col. Wlthrow'a yesterday. They Laths and Shingles. rest In the presence of came ons, it can be readily eeen how expensive many friends and to Inquire Into the true Inwardness relative. lajM Ihsm Mne.al.nu r9 of a the a..- cuiigmcn in .vi..iiuui(j:Vcuiralarranged with n. business Is to tbe Commonwealth. certain young lady'e trarerae of the allega-tlnnTlctnltr we bay Geo. . -LAND. STOCK AND CROP mw. ... ... of the Interior Journal, nfuu ui jBfuo nu lUMjriiiieni of our Lumber, where they can get it as cheap aa and, if There ha been a protracted meeting in from indirect. lie will also make estlmatea for necessary, to file an amended petition with setelon at the colored The wool buyer here are paying about any bills not en bandi, which we Btptist church here will fill on short Good taate, gentlemen.-Midw- ay notice. leare. MRLV1X & DA VIH. for several weak, and Sunday afternoon a 20c for good wool. wiy, kt, Clipper. I have a number of young bulla for number of the convert were biptixed. The " MR. P. A. Pitman, who haa been sale. A. M. Feland, Stanford. pnacher, after reading a chapter or two in Registered yearling bull for ele. A the auction ralee at Powera' dry the bible, made a few remarks, at the clcse goods store, left on the early train this of which he made the assertion that "you Camenlsch, McKinney, Ky. The Combined Stallion morning for Columbus, Ohio, to bgio a might be sprinkled or poured, but ImmerJohn Furguion sold to J. H. Hutcl similar engagement there, Mr. Pitman sion Is the only way to git to heaven. Je- Ings a brown gelding for $115. J. E Bruce bought of W. E Amon 9 Foiled Mar 8, lt0. Ia a dark brown with smsll makes n specialty, aa auctioneer, of hand- sus Christ waa n Baptist and unleas you be- iHir, 10 nanus uign; extra DMTy mano and tall, ling general merchandise either In the do, lteve what this church teaches you are sure- yearling cattle at $20 per head. armmetrlcatln form, with surwrlor .trl. lmlh In A year ago the total stock of wheat at barnees and under udikv. He was sired by tbo ing out of stocks or in making sale of ear-p- i ly lost." A Methodist preacher, who was noble Bumpter Denmark, ho ly GoJJard'i Denm aceiimulaliona cf stock in regular present, jumped up and in an excited man- Chicago was two million bushels larger mark, he by Galon A Cromwell's Denmark, be by the the race bore Denmark, he by Ira- stores as was done here by Powers A Co. ner denied that Joius Christ waa a Baptist than now, and prices nine cents higher. jnt mm uj Mllltl S llttl puihou AJTiscrufu. hone Denmark, by tbe J. B. Payne, of Ltxinglon, haa sold his mark, he 2d dam raceMontgomery's bis dam by It is needle for ua to aay be la a success In or that immersion waa the only way to be Floriie 1, by Oilier, blooded etallion,W!lkea Sprague, by old Drennon. Breeders will take nolle3d dam his bnInes. Mr. Pilinan Is a clerer and saved, and defied the Baptist brother to 4 year-olthat Prince poneraca more Denmark blood than any gentlemanly man and bellem atrongly in prove it. About this time a Methodist sis- to B. H. Neal, of Richmond, for $2,000. other stallion now in $ie atud, which all fint-cls-ss Lancaster Court. About 300 cattle more horsemen will acknovrlrdga bas produced the efficacy of printers ink, which imme- ter aroeo and loudly elated that sho was a saddle and combined stock than diately put him on good terms with the Methodist, had never been ducked, Jbqt like on the market, but very few sold. Price any other known In Kentucky. II u prorcn himexcellent breeder. the little bed-buthough without wines. from 3 to :J cent. No horses or mule of- self an saddle alalllon, craft wherever he goea. Tbe she waa goiug to g't there all the same. fered. Crowd about ao average, but busiLOCAL MATTERS. Then a Baptist sister look a hand In the ness very dull. John Bright bad 182 pounds of hi Foaled May 1, U73. Is a rich mabocony bay, now very hot controversy, and thingn were Danville's bonded debt u $12,500. ii4 getting to a white heat (or black heat Brazilian corn that would not do for eeed bands high, bcary mane abd tail, Is strictly fine and fancy, fa both a natural and pleasant saddler, Fresh Peaches at Waters & Ranej'a. when the cooler head In the solemn (?) aa- - ground Saturday and tbe result waa 85 breeds lancy, and a more uniform breeder of sadneyor sembly insisted on order, and quiet waa pounds of fine flour, 30 of second grade and dlers can not be found; has saddle produced a single OJlt but what has shown action naturalPunt Girman millet at Melcalf & Fos. restored, Some 15 or 20 eubiect wer 51 of bran, tbo latter rich enough for ly, glrlrg tbe blue-ti- e calt OTery year In the sad soon ter'. die rings fiora the oldest to tho yousgeit of hU bread alter a little sifting. Immersed. offipriDg. Ho is high-ta- ll atylo on both sides to See Wearen & Menefee before relling thorough-brediogeneration, la backed Tbe Shorthorn herd of R G. Dunn was the third both ildei, making himup by actlxeand n rery "The Mon!"-T- h!s is tbe name which a your wool. sprightly In gait, in form and finish a perfect modsold at Columbus, Ohio, last week. One of young ladies of town see fit to tiye el. Was sired by Bumpier Denmark, the sire of We guarantee the Proctor Knott patent scoie head brought $11,700, averaging Prince Denmark, (as glren store). 1st dam br an organized society, which is commonly hundred Wallaoe, he by Todhnater'sSir Hour. Metcalf A Foster. $117. Quite a number of the bett of them Kir Albert (Ihoroughb) 2d dsraWallsce, he by Sir by Vlrglalus called a cooking club. Wo can eo no fit blue-grj- s (dam of Vlrglnlm by Tranby, tborouhbrH) he were purchased by breeders in the A reautiful line of Flower Crocks nt application for this usually very objectionby tho celebrated Mason's Whip; Id dam a whip section of Kentucky. mare. able term unless it bo that by the unusual A. A. Warren' "Model Grocery." 1886 at will Th abore Charles Denham is buying cattle here my farm, 3) horses from make the season orCarpenmiles HiutonTille, near fascinations of this mob of female beauty, this week; and made somo purchases as low ter's nation, and will be prmlttcd to lorre mares Took Huuule waa fined $5 Saturday for lovolinesj and wit they intend at QIO the season or flJJ KO to ioiuro allriDg to tako bv a 1 Jc, and other a high ai 1, At Char colt. Mares committal to my care and breeding speeding his stallion up Main aired. stormtho fortunate young men who aro in will recelro my personal furweek corn sold at 35 nished at reaionable ralos, attention Uraisbefore ley DanhamV sale ti bo psld for A flJiAi.r. storeroom on Lancaster street vited to their gatherings. The Club held its cents per bushel The hog were sold to the removal ol marrs. No recponilLllltr lor accifirst meeting with Misa Dilsy Burnslde, a dents or crcapea. Parting with marcs forfeits tbe near Miln, for rent. W. P. Walton. Somer- Imnrance. few nights ago, and her gueits were enter- Jesse Fox at $3 30 per hundred. J. STEV.LK CMtVKSTKlt. set Reporter. ' .Best varieties seed aweet and Trish pota- tained In a most charming and dignified toes and garden seed at T. R. "Walton'' mnner. Elegant refreshments wero serv. Joseph B, McGrorty, formerly ol Dancd In the shape of salad, Ice, fruits, Ao., ville, Ky., will be nominated Internal Revo Cage Rowsey I nt it again, as will be eeen by our Dinville letter. It teems ex- after which mualo and other amiwmenf. nuo Collector for New Mexico. Among CongHgatlonalisU there is 1 ceedingly hard for one of that name to wero in order, iiich member of the Club furnlshea a different dish, so that by this preicher to every 103 memberr; of Episcokeep out of trouble. means a variety of good things wero served palians, 1 to 100; of Presbyterians, 1 to 110; The regulator? were out In tho Bui The young ladies propose to give these of Methodists, 1 to 145; of Baptists, 1 to Fourth and Main, Lnd Saturday night and ran ciT the notorionce every two weeks, and thev 150. There ia 1 church to every 510 peo-pl- o KY. ous negro, Ei Leo, who has been support are to bo Informal, all restraint of ' LOUISVILLE, In the United State. social himself and Mary Rico by petty thiev- demands being thrown astdoand every Ins A Kansjn boy earned n nice bible by one Tho "Apollo Yoke" Shirt. ing. They fJrod several shots nfter tbo for- Is to enjoy himself unfettered. Tho committing ten hundred verae to memory." next and then he traded hi bible for a shot-gun- , mer and g7n tho latter a pretty good meeting will be held with Miss Sallie Mpn'rt rnrnlsliliie Gootls. nnit he accidentally ohot hi aunt in the Bivilehiuj tm .a.u ii utr loon, one week from next Friday. leg. PERSONAL, I BEST ', New York fSEIElD I at- - Turnpike Election. Which can bo foniitl ?''.' ' dini-Inrfort- lie n' TurnpikoEIection. - T.R. WALTON'S. Early Eose, Bnrbank. Beauty of Hebron and Peerless "of m. Turnpike Election. a. a a ... Ad-mliil- (117-td- IRISH POTATOES -- I Turnpike Election. Whito and Tollow- - Turnpike Election. ONION SETS! -- 117-1- 4 Seed Corn. Beans, pCas and Melon O. B. HARRIS, Ag't SEED IN BULK!! -- Millinery. post-offic- And lots of GhAIRIDIEilN SEED In Papers in Packages. LUMBER! H. C. RXTPI.BY, MEKCIL1IVT TAILOR. 1 hare receded and still recelrlnr cud-fwda- a ,- New Goods for Spring and Summer, Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None m City or Country. Comprising the belt tn the market, which will be g STALLIONS FOR 1886. Giro Me n Trial. HC- Jos F. Wats aa. C. RTJPLEY. THOM.ia I). BiNKT. Prince Benmnrk! WATERS & RANEY MAIIVT Candles. d STREET, - - STAMFORD. firlt-cla- s Banannsa, Oranges, Lemons, WALLACE DENMARK. Oatei. FJgs, Balilne, FreserTes, Jelly, JmL . WfViXSBBMlialfiaSSBBBBSiaBBV T!TsTwaawlB?iBssl1 - fl&(b Come with the tide to ui tor mmri? JmtH m assssH flPTHfi Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Meal, Bwon, lrd, Butter, rggi, Potatces, Mackerel, Hrrups, Clores, usnneu uoous, Pin Annie. Bplce, Cocoa, !M"il Molasses, Cheese, .fi Apple Butter, n Ojrilei, Cinnamon, Cakes. l'runpfl. neklci, , , Bakers Chocolato" wiu ..reaence, In fact, anythloe and ererjthlng In the Grocerr line, and we bur an.) n . .. firm can unless they carry on butineis for pleasure only. We lilre to adrertlie tbo fact that the Lexington Roller Mills "Cream" Flour Is tbe ben In orldand Is tinlrerfally and deaerredly popular. We hare ordered ten thouiand pounds of the Flour frcm Ibis Mill In tho Jt.it fifteen days, erery pound of which li to be tha best. lv.tl. zjMI " ' "IssmIi 'I MMJtl If l'i I'fsa.TaSasyjirTsW rxmr '' JWWHsE53 t . V.'.SBBBVVLSBBBK-JsBBBBlsBBBBnB- a l, SK Wm IBbbH mmmLi ....,, WATERS Sc frTllTsTl Horn in j, Bean i, KbtfUU ,. Kraut, fl. riling. J. NEWTON CRAIG, Jr., Salosinun. RANEY. ht Wall Paper 5 115-2- - 6) TC. liiisssssasWIMllF Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of tlie above and prices as low as the lowest. K. ViTJeSARElW, SianfordWc-- ' v Van-Dve"- B. "Zmjii I V ,i ,' itr (tmi-ffiBet- T L N .vwt''-- " ,!'! v Interior oarnai Pay IN EXILE. Soma day I may retake tho road To Dreamland's swoet oblivlou, Though now I keep my bare abodo Your Debts. POIf OOUGM3 anu ORv JP U8 THE 11ACES AT EPSOM. ANENtLISH VILLAGE WITH MINERAL SPRINGS AND FAST HORSES. In street) my late companions shun. To nooks below tho groonwooJ tree They call aud call; in sweet disjulso Of bloom and song they beckon mo, And luro mo in oach maiden's eyos. Kpioin, a a 1'iialiloiinblo Iteaort Somo Tlio "Oak" nml tho SOO Years Ari Kcllpao, tlio Knmoiis ltaco Horse A Itct roapect Ito Sketch. Evory one has heard of "Epsom salts," evury one of tho "Derby" ns tho great horso raoe of England la known, and thousands Imvu heard and read of tho "Epsom races," without knowing that Ejsom salta wuro m nanitxl Ik eauso Uioy woro the solid predpfte from certain mineral springs in tho a Hinge of Epiotu, where- Is tho world nmoiv! rac course on v hteh is mn the "Derby, " tho Oaks'' and certain other noted races. The flrt Iwird of Epsom as a fash'onable rcort Ar fcoine 200 years ago when tho virtues of the mineral spring (Milphato of magnesia) first Locarno recognized, and Lelng exaggerated, as Is tho custom In all similar rases, the waters were looked upon as absolute Epsom Loand almost Infallible- curo-alls- . carno tho most fashionable resort In the kingdom, immeu? hotels and boarding houses were erected, twvlllons, gardens and dance halls were erected, and tho other watering places of Enelmul wero deserted. Epsom itself is now a largo, quaint, irregular and interesting town; it is unliko other places, and with its broad street or parade wears an air of past Grandeur. It is mainly built on the high road, with smaller streets ami rows of houses and khops branching on" on either "lorl" 4 But nights they loavo thotr haunbt and tlirong About me. IVhon my tasks aro dono Somo day I'll put them into song, And find my happy country won. Ij. Frank Tookor, in Tho Century. VEGETABLE A Curtiiu AND MORAL PRODUCT. - - side. Charles II. was tho first to fix tho races at Epsom ns an established sport, but ho objected to tho distance of tho course upon tho dowm In 1770, tho then earl of of Cambridgeshire. sportsman of tho old Derby, a thorough-goin- g fashioned type, had a hunting box called "Tho Oaks" in tho vicinity of Ejsom, and In gratitude of the kindness shown him Ly his neighbors, he in that year established tho race known as The Oala," to bo rim by fllllcw. In the next year (17S0) tho Derby was cxtablUhed and named after him, and this race has Lecomo not only the "bluo ribbon of tho English turf," but of all tho world, nnd is Invariably graced by the presence of TUK RACES AN ESTABLISHED STOUT. roj'aity. For tho first twenty years tho average of sultscribcrs to tho Derby sweepstakes was tliirty-land the average of starters ten. Between 1800 and 1n20, aerage 43 and -'; from 1820-1-0, 9.3 and IS, and from the latter date to 1SC0, lbO and 30. Tho average for the twenty years ending lvW shows about SIC subscribers, while the fields all round do not provo as large. The smallest field was in 1701, w hen only four ran and .Daxlalus won. Tht Tho largest was In 1S02, wLen thirty-fou- r fctartedaiid Carat tacus won. In lbOO tho tie! valuo of the stakes w as $80,500, tho largest Derby e er run for. Tho horse that won thii itakc, Lord Lyon, was trained at Ilsley, Id Berkshire, and exactly 100 years before hit birth was foaled at the same place the founder of the present breed of English ract horses Ecline by name. Tho horse was sc named from having been bom during the ecllpsoin 1704; aud his name became singularly appropriate w hen ho was found to surpass all other horses iu sjvsod. Tho secret ol hU success w as madq know u, after his death, by an autojy, w hen his heart w as found U weigh thirteen pouuds. x 1- Antilogy Snlit to Kxlat In Cor-tul- u Districts or tlio fllolic. Tbera scorns a curious analogy between tho vtgctablo aud moral product of certain districts. In tho land of tho Apachos all nature soams to bocomo spinescent. Lushes, with nn underand wllJ-rosgrowth of Iramhlos, cover wholo hilliiies. Cactus thickets maU tho ravines almost imMosqultes and cactm appear to passable. Lav o a marvelous adaptation for drawing moisture from tho arid soil; but tho chief secret of their survival is perhaps thoir armature of thorn, enabling thorn to maintain clilm to existence. n Near Ccrritcs. in tho Gila valley, a plantation of 1000 young chestnut trees were destroyed by inlawing and browsing "vor- min ' in a singlo year. Cabbago could thoro bo raised only in n but the mala muer, a v ego tabic porcupine with can freely loavoi, out any vislblo expose itself on tho opon prairie. The animal concomitants aro equally safe. Taran tulas, centipede, and steel blue liorncts multiply undisturbed. Hattlesnakos thrive like Coyotes (literally wrigglers In a sand dogs) survive whore Dr. Tanner would perish. Nay, llko then congeners, tho jackal and the hyena, thoy seem naturally to gravitate toward tho barrenost roglons of the habltablo eat th, to regions apparently una-bi- o to promi'0 them either shelter or food. And the brigands sconi to follow tho tendency of the same law. On cither side of tho Atlantic, dossrts (Spanish despoblados, L a, depopulated district)) are haunted by robbers as ruins by owls and ghosts. In all worn-ou- t countries the outlaw's knife gleams p ampng thistles and thorns. For armed is mostly nothing but n reaction azainst aggression olton only a dofcuslvo reaction. The Bedouin and the Lraniblo-busask nothing but to bo loft alone. To tho weak that wish is not readily granted; but nature has a way of her own for tempering tho storm to destitute Lambs. Wool, too often shorn, turns into brlstlos. Dr. Felix Moj-qultmuch-disputed rat-prohot-housmill-ponself-helh 8am Jones put it in this hape and hlo head is level on the subject: To Btt in debt finmcially is about the worst thing a man can do. A man had better die than get in debt, and I peak that with 11 the honesty of my nature and ilaen exnnrienco. Death has hurt people than debt ban, and Spurgeon fewer aid a good thing when he eatd, "I hare fought three enemiem, I truit bucmbjiuII. ; dirt, and the devil and debt, and by (be grace of God I hope to conquer all three and make my way to heiven." And I don't know which is the woret. By ooap and w ter you cau run the first eff, by faith and prayer you can make the Becond "git," but this thing of debt is a mighty haid thing to A man that will manage. rL"Bbter bur a luxury on credit is a fool, and a man that will buy a luxury when he owee monApey on an honest debt is a raecal. plause J The same God that sild "Thou ehalt not Meal," eaid, 'Owe no man any thing, but to love one Bnother." And a great many people have got to see sooner or later that if you cau pay your debts and won't, God will put you in hell for it, just like He would for stealing And I believe I would rather a fellow would steal from to me when I am asleep than to come up looking at him me and steal when I am I Lnughter.J Don't buy a thing if you can for it. But if vou inust get into ,tK ihn next beat thine lo do is to eeltle upthofiratof every mcnlh every dollar you owe. If not once a montn, men nave -- I..,In full ovary Christmas day, and a man who doeiu't settle at least once every year U on the road to bankruptcy. &2M& SUGAR nir 8ECOJTIrjBWJEIi RE $15 tho Season or $20 to Insuro retllgrro:-HccanJJircl ! j. CATHARTIC COATED-CU- Tht (lnneombltipJ itilllon will maVe therea aonoftsSOat my atable, netr Bhelb Cltr, la Wnouln county, on the tilieibr City nnl Knob Lick turnpike road, at n OolU tr 1. Oswald. A Wl.NTEIl'd UETnOSPECTIVi: SKETCH. From The London Daily Telegraph If the following retrospective sketch, written upon the evo of tho Derby of 1&S3. "There oro many things which timo take away, but still moro that be leaves behind. IVe have little difficulty In picturing to ourselves what tho racing man of 100 years age quoted was like wht.ii, in 17SJ, ho stood upon tho very iiwt at Epsom w liich tho feet of so many ol his posterity will press Different in mumieo, ixlucutioii and dres trom his of the present jwriod, he has bequeathed tho same passion for tho beautiful animal whose limbs and frame aro thoeuv bodimuat of sptetL "Nor is much else altered about tho Derby day. Tfithin the last 10J years thero have been many changes iu tho Derby course, but tho winning joat stood in 1780 when Sir Charles Bunbury's Diomed was tho first win ner of what is now called 'England's historical race' precisely where it stands Although between 17W and 1SS3 the Derbj has passed through many strange vicissi tildes, it comes to us this year another and yet UieMUtt. Cor. Detroit Froo Fross. to-da- Tlie Dimchters of Queen Victoria-Al- l theso ladies lead very dull and humdrum lives. Thoy tiro too high to find equals In society; they must be surrounded with a certain degio-- of stato and ceremony, th y have their twoplo in waiting; everybody courtesks or kotows to them. But this is the extent of their grandeur. Their incomes are not to bo compared with th revenues of the nobility, their jewels and toilots are inferior to the trappings of many of the ladles who wait on them; they have no great estates, or mansions oven, but must put up with apartmmti in somo jnlace, and tho spoctaclo thoy present of impoverished royalty is pitiable rathor than dignitted. Tha nation grudges thorn their albwan u aud threatens not to support their children. Tho demand for a dowry is fought by the Radicals at each successive marriage, and the more obs;uro they remain tho bette- - the chanco of their poi tion bolng paid. The EnglUh, perhaps, aro still willing to bo taxed for tho stato of tho sovereign and of the heir to the throne, but not for tho support of thj royal relatives, whoso oxistsneo is a burden to the nation and can never bo a bonoilt. On tho whole, the fate of theso ladies, lorn In a palace, but not to palatial fort Nona of them unos, is far from enviable. t .w..n.,a,.lbl!w or attra I.jiis to compensate for the lack of wealth and intiuonco, or to ornament their places or confer a iersonal distinction. None will inako names or careers like those of the famous princesses of history. They stand in the light of the throne, but have none of Its lustre. They are sot up on a pinnacle without qualities or even circumstances to attract the admiration which thoir position demands, and without which royal rank, especially for n woman, Is only an exposure and a mockery. Conspicuous without charms, prominent without power, lofty without imjiortanoo, they pay the penalty of greatness and hardly receive the prizj. ueiu Adam Badeau's Letter. Lalf-der.e- d gjfil-clou- Pa, an old a circus two years ago and fell man, went to into the hands of confidence men, who got the $1,000 from him. lie put the cane in Cribbi, who recently hands of Detective thought that one Crowl of Cleveland was the chief of the raicsls. Cribbs went out to get him but failed ta get a requisition, and was arrested by Crowl's counsel for attempting to compromise the matter for ar$500. Cribbs got bail and had Crowl jumped his ball nnd rested, but the latter has not been seen fince. O'd Mr. Cooper is still out that $1,000, besides over $400 that he has spent in trying to recover it. John Cooper, of Clarion, Pa , mar between 1SG0 and ried his find cousin and O' 1S74, 11 children were bjrn to them theee all of them were of unsound mind bright, Bate one, a daughter by no means others are auve, anu who is married. Eight lit-ti- e fifeofthem are idiots and the others an! her batter. Mr. Miller is dead, hueband, who is a prcsperom latmer, lives He alone with hla 8 unfortunate children. hi ml.fortune is a "stroke (f ssTsthal Jacob Miller, of Fountaindale. providence." , Charles Patterson, a notorious chicken of thief of Richmond, V., was in the habit ho stole killing and drewing tho chipkenj before quititag lheprm5iea. TJn'or uoa elr for him be fell asltep while picking chick morning ens on Monday night and in tre calmly anorine by tie the owner found him fowls and a pile Bide of eight Richmond rcosts will not b of feather'. disturbed by Charles for many moons. well-dress- Headache, Naucn, Dlzzlueti, nml Drowal-nc- . They stlmulato tho Stomach, Mver, nnd Howeli!, to healthy notion, nilit digestion, and tncrcno tho nppctltc. They couiblno cathartic, diuretic, nnd tonic properties of the greatest value, aro iv purely vegcUblo compound, and may Imj taken ttlth perfect safety, either by children or ndnltj. K. I.. Thomas, Training-ham- , Mas?., writes: "Tor n number of years I was subject to Iolent Headache, arising from nilisonlrrrd condition of tho stomach nnd bovcl. About n year ago I commenced tho uo of Ajcr's 1'llN, and hao not had a licadacho since." V. 1. Hannah, Gormlcy P. O., York Co., Out., writes: " I lu o used Aj er's Pills for tho last thirty j cars, and can safely say that I h.ivo novcr found their equal as a cathartic medicine. I am never without them In my houic." C. D. Moore, Elgin, III., writes: "Indigestion, Headache, and Lo.s of Appetite, had so weakened nnd debilitated my system, that I was obliged to gl o up work. After being under tlio doctor's caro for two wcck, without getting nny relief, I began taking Aycr' Pllli. My nppctlto and strength returned, nnd I was soon enabled to rcjumo my work, Iu perfect health." Dcacrlntloaaail liablooJ bay, with b'aek mane ami tall, IS hatitla 3 Inchn hlijb, vlthflaattrleauJ action. HoliB i ears old hit oprltift. was of Iiwl (.'iinnliijliita'a tlio Jarll, tin by dm fainoui oM Washington Mlntilr, lir MrDoiaU'a First IJ dim by Wrlla' Crmadfr; 31 dam by a son oi" Crtxkclt, 1th dam by (trainable, old aid. dlainare, pollproo unknown. Mr. It. C. l'arrln'a Old Mlonlc, Jam ofSecoud Jewel, w.wa premium animal, from a colt to nn (vl mare tieeond Jew-- 1 tliuca and wore thv ha lionn shown tweutr-tbu- r only twlci. aHokllntwmtr two at ten jhows llmaU KlrkiTllla, last asason and Danrlllo, an J ltlcbmond ixtnfton wore Un blu rlbbont. 1'nsturagq will lo furntihrd mares at rraonl.le tuatM t.irWt, the luauraure. utuv l'MFlIn,-wit- h Lltn retained on all colli until eerrlce charjoare paid. I will alaiitandit thoajixsUblet the fine Jack lrl Don-mar- k. Hal-errr- n; Dr tltiira-defeat- a-1 fei , i, t ., a) a'lmuUllat a t . e, imii a, ' M tVarr4 amail auraal U IKt ' BLACK HAWK! At IN to Insure a lire colt, money due when the colt ti haled or litre parted with. Ulack Hawk la a coal Mack A years od thla Hptlnj, II handil lie liliea high, lie wi ilred by Caldwell's Young by Velnclpedr, baby Uobertaon'a DLlack Hawk, Ills dam was Hamraon, be by Imp. Mammoth. by dttMll't "lack liak, 1 dam was ratted by, Htlln Maxwell aud u an lmporte.1 Jack 107-tf I IMUtail, ratalf fr Ca)qla, Crtt aiararllaa, aa4 ae alautla, aa I Ak taar'tfaaclil rrll. Tttfa, ' WALTER A. TAYLOR, Atlanta. Oa - IK Mini.' AS 111 ruLKBUkKY CUMIIIII, CklUai Trautlij. Farialabl artil . ttnifai, ,,, tin rajaat kajnajit a mc lhaaaria nralueeacht ail itlBKt 1 i' - 'alMtnatiiti'taaUrrta.paikC i m ittvl w iti tha arallaa ratMl t ti n- - m ,i iaj laal at uie alt BaUa, r f'tailrU mat laoaau HUar atataa. ant ),tt ""r a Itotri for aala by Dr. M. L. 11(1 U UN K, fLnfcrt! li v. y OllHlR. r. habhrluy (.Ity.Ky. FOll Uom HAl.n Mill. (lorttl Ucltlttg iii Shlngb-MII- Stanford, Ky. Cbmplete. with lloglnv and a3.ncU I Maar. BktlTll, Vermont Hambletonian. Thla lino Million will make theaeaaon ol IJMat three nillri Irem hit n fnanfurd on the Stantord A Dan? llle pike, at M TJ IiEB V UtirrMAA, Jll O J3 O W X J3 lV'I I BTANr-OKD- 03c ie. tha Myara HoUli PuraNltroui Oxide On adulnlaiarttn quired. South aid KY. Main UUaet, two , rt 'A a)-- gi , Jwo ra $15 to Itjbuto a Mara in l oat. TTil it.i.a lilirk. foatfd in I.IVHw, IMi.ilateeiibaoda bUh, by William Web h, by . .t.t.'a ltiuibletoiiian. lit dam Kate br DIM I Sd dam Ulack tiwiu by Ilelm'a MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURN8IDE, - Fropr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintaina ita High Koputation, AHD Ayer's Pills, rilErAltED BV Tarmont; York-hir- e, by Imp, Yorkiblre; Sd dam l.lllle Emtly br a Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Fcwr and Acue, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Apue, Itllloui lever. " Fever), Llur Dengue (or ' Hirak-boComplaint, nnd nil dlscnrs nrllng from Malarial polsom. ut n AYER'S el. (See KmllT Speed In Brure'a 8tud Hook, Vol. 1, p4 svl, Vermont IlambleloDlan It a Tery bold'Colng. with fine atyle and bone, Rtwl action itreU Wllllata Welch, with prlrato rrrord ol S3. eraont being a grand eon of r.ylyke' llamble-lontithe fratiJwt lire llrlng, and Olll'i roml toed, backeJ by thor jugh breed, ought tomakeannealock hone. I wlU alio ilan.1 at tlio iuie p.ice a ace Imp Vlctaw, 108 ti THOS. JtOUIXSOX. br Imp. Iirlathan; 8th dam br I'ackolet, Clhdaui by Urandrlrer, 71b dam by Maryland I'litrnlx, Slh dam by Hannibal. Old dam by dllky.by tow- Ver-oio- nt jc, Iti Proprietor FUIili intOTIIEICN. Hsi, Frv jJt lIwSait It Dcterniined that it Shrul be docond to no Ooantrr Hotel in the St&te ia hi Fare, Appointment!, or AUen- tion to Comfort of their Oaeits. llaiKtga nlllbe toareyad to and fron the dt free or rharge. Kerlal arrommodatl oai to CotaDtrelal Trartlere. The liar will always laptlled nltk taa rfeolrtat braadtor Lliiora aad Cigars. "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SSJ. "For eighteen months suf-cre- d xvith Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to euro, used a bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. Gilt Edge &Silver King JU I I EDWIX HARVEli." Dr. J. rnr.rj.nED by C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mais. Sold by all Druggists. Be Warned time. Kidney dlcacs nuj be pre w mud by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating the blood v. ith Ayer's Sarsaparllla. 'When, through debility, the action of the kidneys Is perverted, these organs rob tho blood of Its needed constituent, albutiitii, which Is passed off In the urine, while worn out matter, which they ahould carry off from the blood, Is allowed to remain. Ily the 1)40 of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the kidnc)s are restored to proper action, aud Albuminuria, or In JMgliiS A lime Toward Trouble. were at tho deitot hi Griflln, Ga., waiting for taw Atlanta train, when a colored man came along with a wheelbarrow and purposely collided with a bi other of color who was coming down the street There was a war of words for a few minutes aud thon the one who had been hit limped to tho platform VTe "lza gwine to hurt that man afore ho giU frow wit me." "Why don't you challenge himf asked one. "Dat's no good, salt. Izo dono challenged iim fo'tuen times, an' At dun challenged me jLt as of ton." "And you can't bring about a duel I" "No, wii. Ebery time I challengo him he wants to flht with pitchforks, an' of co'bo I Joan' accept. Ebery timo ho challenges me 1 nants to fight wid shovsb, an' of coVo he lon' andtai4: acypt. "You'll never get together," "Oh, yw, we will. We's edgln1 along to it ebery day. We'll keep dls thing up till Lime-bwe'll agree on an' det you'll h'ar dat William Henry "Washington wis cut down In his bloom ut do fust blow. Wo's edgln', sah, an' in my mind's eye I'm de head mourner at dat man's funeral." Detroit Free y cotton-chopjer- b Hud a Hud Ilulilt of Wultlng;. Thero is a woman in Chicago who, when she vimU tho theatre, always comes lwforo tho audience is seated. She used to have a La4 habit of waiting until everybody cko was settled for the evening, and then coming in and raising a commotion in getting to her eat. One evening shd came In as usual, and After standing iu the alslo long enough to show an elegant now cloak, disturbed a wholo row of eople, who h id to move to let her to herat. When sun wns comfortably seated, and everything was quiet, a little woman in the next row back said to hur companion, in a sharp whiser that could bo heard throughout that portion of the houso: A Corporation That Hus No Itomance. Tho "cuckoo whistle" on tho West Side "Foot thing I I s'pose they mads her stay and do up the supper dishes." tSun Francisco olovatoi roads, which bat long been used ns a tlirting signal by engine drivers to girls ArgoaAttt. engaged iu factories along tho route, has been suppressed, and IU use is now made a Length of Mexican Women's Hair. Now York tho length of the p ualty by the management Hair Commercial Advertiser. women and of wonderful thickness is common in Mexico. It is often worn loose, but In Afghanistan arson is a worse than more frequently in two long plaits. 'hanging cr mo." Tho Incendiary is tied find no employment there. The men hand and fwt and burned in a slow fire. wearlong, heavy bangs. Inter Ocean. Dr. Oswal '. Horn unique cognomens aro nppuoa to peoThe eldest sou of the shah of Persia ix ple living In different sections of Nevada. Every locality sneuu to have a nickname for miking a tour through Europe. hs residents. Tho catalogue embrace "Slough lumpers," "High Strtpjxire," "Sand Lappers," -- 1 he edeatal for theBntholdl s'atue at nitvli Ahs WMtfti'. Wad"r,"8nd "Fpout-vr- -. No V rk has been conipb ted. ' rfi f 'ni.ir cincaiic ouneiinrions. li. js Game Tunis In tlio Cuuary Isles. one of our walks about tho town we h tumbled on a fine collection of game cocks. Julto a largo houso seemed to be appropriated for their use, and on tho ground iu the sti eet in front of it were staudiug thirty or forty latticed bottomless boxes or coopj, each one containing a game cock; and looking through tho opon dors wo saw that there were plenty more in tho bouse. They were brought out evldoutly for sun and air, and also for tho pleasures of conversation, for they wero crowing and together in a most vigorous and Instructive manner. A man took them out one by ono In his hands Inspecting them carofully. Some ho replaced evidently finding them all right, nnd others ho took to another man w no was straddling a touch under tho shade of a walk The sxond man seomol to bo a professor. He minutely examined the gamo cock submitted to him, much as a phrenologist foals of u subject's had, critically inspecting its legs and spun, and thrusting his nose against it bodv up among tho feathers aud smelling it all oor. Tho tail feathers of each bird ware separated from tho plumage of the LoJy by about un inch of space, from which th9 down had been pulled out, and the bare, rod skin shone llko a scarlet ring. If any down or fuxz appeared in this zone he plucked It out either with his fingers or with some tweezers. Thou ho turned his attention to the comb, and with u keen pair of srlssors trimmed it off closo to the bead, as a barber cut a man's hair. Tho bird soomed to te quite uncmscious of suffering during all thee operations, and olTerod no objoction either by outcry or struggling; and when replaced in the coop strutted and crow.'d as though proud of tho excellence of The fowls wera scrupulously its to.lot cared for an! to my unskilled eyes tho collection seemed to be a lino one. Teuorilfe Cor. Detroit Free Froc. ThubcitSsWe In the world lor Cuts. Bruises Tetter, Chapped Bores, Bait Bhomn. Forer tt.nrt, Ckllblalm. Corns and allBkln Eruptions, I, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. ti guaraateod to give perioci humkiwo, oi r.fnn,lmi. Price 23 cents per boi. For sale bj Penny A McAltiter. Washington county, Pa, county in the Union, largest annually 2.500.000 to 3,000,. nd nroducee 000 pounds of wool, worth in cash $1,000, 000 for the woat aloac, besides the saie oi fine heep for breeding purposes, and mut ton, abeep and lamb for the meat market of the E ia Bucklen's Arnica Sahe wool-growin- i said t3 be the by HnMdf Dentuatk, known ai On Time I'lrstilam Msllla Mounts by Cahble'i Islington, XI iLam br Youn.' Ainarlra, ha by Taylm'a Will make the iwuou of 31 iIaoi by Mlller'i Deainirk. which gtrea l&Metiuy ilil.'e. S mllea Mm a of milHell,tht Ixit itJJir ttvci (n iKe trvrU, from Crab Urroard on the ore of the bnt r'rehormor Crab Orcbaid A LuBtailcr 4ltilim by J Ira bs day, ftihdam a nolol had J I mare broaght turnpike, at Intra Vlretnla. prJIk'no unVoovrn J li Far-tt- ', They will make tho aranm of IS4 $12.o0 to Insure n one mile from rttiiitonl on the Huilonri pSke. (lilt l'dal a lark brown. l bamli high, 4 IhlHSCOlf. -jean old tbli Spring nod will itaud at Or 110 the aeiion. Mau- - ' $10 to Insure a I.hiug Colt. brlno King, Jr., li 10 uatidi high, Jet btaek, a yaari old, perfect In form and wit ilitu by tlr tiilrer KlDsnlll lie llullrtl to IS uiarr, at the Mambrlno Klcg, the lrat abow hone In the llerr'i world, same rate. He li 3 yean od tbli fprlac, li a Mambrlno King waiilrt-- t by Mambtlno Paltheu, beautiful bay, IS bandi 3 Inchei high Will alto full brother to Lady Thorn, 1 IS. and I'll hen, by mod at tarn place a Hue Jack, StambrlnoCblif, theitletirated herea that J. II. Clay brought from New York. Maubrmo Chief wii ilrett t,y Man.brlno faymiateraDd be by old Mambrlno. be br I urn. Meaaerser. Matul.rliui King. Jr.'a III dam by Tiger Whip. 3d dam by XV AN lolmnre colt, money dj at weaning I lute Ha !a a biownjaek wlib whit points, A yean o d Jim Alien, Sd dam by Nero, 4th dam a thorough-bre- d mare, Ac Ac. The colli by thla young bono In June, IS naudi hUn. He wii ilrel by AILln'i Krog William and be by King Phillip; hi, flrit are the (local the county cm produce. Manibriiiojung, Jr., afw r xW Vf STEVE WALKER, lip and he by King l'nllllp. hli aecond dam by MortCaillti Th MoreCntleJiek lia large grey. ltO-t- f li. As 11. FAltUXH. alble lor in r. with. 118-J- " - i t - cVoaaon forlelttd when mate li J. J. a. If. HIM1, tart. Crab Urcbattl, Ky. ,.j, r. Danville Wilkes! Will make tha leaaon of 18SS at my l.Ucry Htahle In Stanford, Ky., and will bat permllted vo aerfe a limited numbirotma eiat BKOIVX Will make the leaaon of IBSt JIM ! at my alable at 68 to Insuro a Living Colt. Sr, a'i Bright's Disease Is prevented. Ayer's Sarsaparllla alo prevents Inflammation of the kiducs, uud In cock-n-dooi- n Stomhare tried cTery remedy oa the market lor unach and Kidney Dliorderi, but got no reltel, til I used Electric Bitters. Took fire boltlei and beat aia now cured, and think Electric IBlttera theBeed, Major A. B. Blo-- d Purifier la the world." of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an old itandlng Kidney alTtctlon and aajs: "Noth. lug has ever done me so touch ..good as Electric A Bitters." Bold at 50 cents a bottle by Pcnnr JIcAlUter. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Interesting Experiences. Hiram Cameron, rurnlture Dealer of Columbus, Ga., tells his experience thui: "For three jears other disorders of these orgaui, Mrs. Jas. W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamnlei Thin, Mass., writes: "I hac had a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla made me feel like u new person; as well and strung as on er." AV. M. McDonald, 40 Summer at., lloston, Mass., had becu troubled for ears with Kidney Complaint. Ily tho tto of Ayer's S irsapnrllla, bo not only Capt. Coleman, aenr. Weymouth, rrjlnjr between Atlantic City and N.Y., had been trsubled with waa a cough ao that ha was unable to sleep, and induced to trr Dr. Klng'a Vow Dlicorerx for Consumption. Itnotouly girs him Instant relief, but nllajed the extreme aorenon la his abreast. Hla children wire similarly aflected and single dote bad the same happy effect. Dr. King's New Dlncorery Is now tu atandard remedy In the Coleman household and on board the schooner, free Trial Bottlei of this Btandard Remedy at Penny A McAlliter'a Drug Store. To the people o' thla county we would lay that we hare been glien the Agincy of Dr. Marchlal's i..u. ph. nintmant emohatlcally guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching Pllea. Price 50c a box. For aale by Penny & McAUster, Drugliti. Prevented tho disease from assuming n fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John McLcllun, cor. Iirldge ami Third its., Lowell, 3Iass., writes: 'Torte cral ) ears I suffered from Dispcptla aud Kidney Complaint, tho latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My appetite was poor, and I was much emaciated; but by using Drown Jim wii itrxd by Maubilno King, he by Mambrlno I'llchen, he by Chief end be by Paymaater, he by old Mambrlno Mcaienger. lit dam by an Arabian hone, edlgre unknown. 2d Nciihou, dam by trim boil; dam of Mambrlno Kluga Ned $15 2i Mr f'urcat mare. Due when eerrlceiaM ran-- " I will alao, Hand a gool Jack KO UI II AND ' tAiM. . i In.nt. m - ". .,- - KKADV, Jr., at li to luiurea liileg coll. money Z1BTH1, (, ill .ueuan 1011, uue w iipu iuq ic. ia awvriatua-i.u- r due when colt li foitnl or mire ared with. He inam in Stf,J to lniu-- 0 a llrlng coll, dut whan tha colt la ti Ity, hamli high and wii ilredhyritlgiir. Itough oaled. DanTilU Wllkei la a beautiful tnabottJiiy atd lteady, he by old (Jibe, ho by Teton' lUInd high, of Krett trotting niiMc Hawk, he by Muoa'i Ulack Hawk, he by liy, itandlng l3!-- i and hia trotted hla mile In 2 30: iuirte'i in Itoyal Mimmotb. Dam (if Hough and Keady waa at 4 yean, an J tin already by riuiHsrlor Mammath, he by itoyal Mammoth rr wltb little bandllnz dlitltigulihedhlmetf aia brelir Ha la a coun- tiuperlor Mamtuoth wn bred by Mr. J. Hiujh-lua- o, terpart of Alcyone, btil a laretir hone In erery Sr. He wai lfi hunna blgu and aeeryUne aud hla gait and blood llnea alio similar and annual. (IIJ-lJ. C. 1 1 IlXti. la the tarn rriuore Irom the great Ueo. Wllkei Hli flrit anil only that riillTbompvn oM that has been bandlrd la ri.llie Vaeu, naiited U honorof oneofths falrrit and brightest Jewela ol Indiana, ana la a wormy nuti'iar oi royai blooil, aa lite bu ihnwetl a gall clota to 2 1, being tarinJUd by a colored bey. Like lir tire, aho hai a Full brother toMaudMee-aeogc2 1C., bar, 1SK leiel bead and a good gait. : lutndi high Dimtlle Wllke. la br Lrle'i Oeo Wilkes, Will u.iko dam otDinTllle Wllkei br Hke.li J.I le; Mkcdaddle tbo aenxoii of IW) at tho ,t dam of hkedaddle by Meloc, 2d d tin liable rl Charlra Dunn, hrOllrer; Trumpeter; Sd dam Aratut; Hit dim Imp. Hprrad 2VJ mllea fromrjtanloid on Eagle, Btndiin Wild Heir, 1th IcIlpM.aol cau the HuiU Uratich pike, at . nrri ! nlll trace blm further Into Ihe thoroaghbred faui-If oeccuaM. Van, tho dam o Danrllle 825 to Insuro n Maro in Foal, Wllkte, fint dam Meadleyby Waxy, 2d dim Waxy, tho Money due ai aoon ni the faot la aicertalned or Telt graph, 51 dam Frank Ire of Medley by llarthuuie, lit dam by Nlony maro partctt with. Taiturage at f 1 IV per month. Liable for no accident!. I'etrel.tddiiiiTom Hal VII A It I. KS MiVXX. (trui furnlaaed at 12 Mr month. Due care taken to prerenlaccldenti but will not b leipon ahould any occur. alble tbo - -- r -- b-- nji aa w 1 Messenger D. 1 $ r, it ld 115-1- 1 llO-t- f .1. T. XVXXKIil.EV, .Stanford. 1HHO. lHHa On Timo, The we I proran brevier and raddle ilalllon. will male at thai BaaAn nf ItLAjl a, William Hubble'a. OnTlme'a two aona. - Positive Cure for Piles. AYER'S Sarsaparllla my nppctltc and digestion Improved, and my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by nil Druggists. I'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. A tr& Co., Lowell. Mats., U. S. A. MoMtji MD roailitera Tkulreof trottera,hnraea ?'. , Daughters, Wives and Mothers. guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'e Female Remedy, t cure Female Diseases, such as Otarlan troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaceineut or bearing down felling, Irregular! tlei.tBarronneai, Change ol besides many weaknesses iprlng- r if aboTe, like Headache, Bloating, Spi Ing from ths nal Weakness, Bleeplossnen, nerroui Drug-glit- s. Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. Tor aale by Prices II and Jl 50 per bottle. 8end to Dr. J B. Marchlil, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. For sale bv Penny A MeAlUUr. Druggtata. THE REV. OEO. U. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind.,iayi: "Both myself and wife owe our Urea toSUILOU'3 CONSUMPTION CURE. For aale at M. L. Bourne'a. Anp. Yfiit MADE mlicrable by IndlgesUcn CoDsllpation, Dizziness, Lossot Appetite, Yellow Skit? thlloh'aVltallzerU a tenure cuie. ru sals at M. L. Bourne'. WHY WILL YOU couah when Snllon'i cure will give lirmidiate rellelT Piles 10c, 50c andJi Forealeby M. L Boiir-e- . BUILOU'8 CATARRH IlBMEDY- -a po'l rnre for Catarrh. DlubOurU and Cankor Mouth. ForaaleatM.L Homes' We emphatically wuiji three-quarte- F.iffllHl (itaM)lo ui br iul utari tn Untt iilr hf pifjrn lni.1' NPME PAPE. I'Mikctt r t J.rn.1. ul Co.. USUI iinil.n .iiim1. I!iiiwuit..l'!i Hold b Ornczl-cttrjwbi - Atk. far ()ilrbUV Kull." I'umiruul I'll!.. i -U r" ..1SH." The Orluiiml mill oiil.t (."inline. Sfg tad tlvtyl BelUhU. ttwirori, rlti Imiivtw Iulll.niil)l ki LADIES. A.!, out I,rii4ll: . o nfl 'OMoheatfr' i "CHICHESTER'S tl Wig-make- rs vuutrat.4 nai airlo'.ur. ' f T(l I - arn in ... VI In .IT, tion, fl ' lik-- n lfi If al t tnetalM of tht clai, tfn.t.iics an I hn rim Aliuu,! univr.il tailiua Vrjoolr bth. IZrujCiizicslCo. Cloclaail.M Ohio. T! I'itU, Ta, Gbaiwon the Uvoi ui th mIIIc aivl now riaU Among th lea.lmj tU ' ciua.iA.(thiol Ism. I . SMITH. wtRrnvnRos and more fane y and than aiy other iMIIIoq And four Jacka at my own atable. The old Mad flrit claia Latteru the ixaaou of 1833 four In Kentucky, will tnika Icon Jack, old tnllea weit ofStanlord, directly on tbo Knob Lick pike, and will, on account of the depreailon orer l.Iiielillnwk.riill Thompson, JooIUack-huerery thing, be itermt-toti lerre inarea at the mid IlrlgliAiu Younjr, extremely low price ol JJ15 the Season or $20 to Insure. Colli nf Prloco, the Jack, all at $IO to iiiHurn ruttH our way until weaning time. Grata furnlihed at 82 per month Dun care taken A llin retained on all colli lor tha eoaaoa, be te pieient accldenta or eicapra, but will Deacrlntlom Clereland li adeen bar. Ill handi ihould any occur. high; Talmagelatfr handa, a beautiful brown a Jut black with faucy marks. Detcriplion and Pedigree atar In furebeal and two white feet, til banli high, Pedigree; Call and aee the borrea and Jacka and hn,i. i inrli Matt, fine mane and tall irood. bonr aee what they cau do. Ui, Uautllul head and neck, excellent ahoulder, (MMro) LEVI IIVIlIiTjE. back ant! loin-- In lact, faultleei Iu iruiuietry; aud wlllguarautee there docin't lire a atalllou better dlipoiltlon, and theie qualltlea ue lnrarlably luiparta to bli progeny. Nobby la the aire ot of Nobby, Jr , reconl 2 2"K, and aold (br 15,000, whon handled Tery little One of hli colli trotted lut leaaon, with little training, in s 2 Sd. another In 2 33 and one In 2 31, and was told for 12,300. Uliauckllngi wore the tie at the UauTllle Fain orer rings of twen UualonTllleand d col'a. Nebby waintrtt. by ty and twenty-fou- r Chief, the aire of lUill Dike, 2 !1JiMib-brln- o .skin ; Hippy, 2 SJJi; lltd Crook. 2 81'j bill Arp, Unlet, atn cf 2 31; OarrarlChlel by Mambrlno xooiituru iiiuuuuu, . Lady morn, i is how uud otberain tbo 20 Hit. Tint dam by Trank; 2d dam by Aratui; 3d dam by Ilynlyk'a Hanible-tonlat- it a skin. tb dam by IHometl. Noltbr'i dam thorouibbrol mare, aaid tJi be hi Imp. Tranby is failing with maicaahall forfeit the Insurance In all caw. and a Hen retalntd .on all colli until Halm. lerTtrorbargo Upnll Tor further iiiloriuatlbU, bob-taile- d CLEVELAND AND TALMAGE, m ..... ut Many a Lady-i- (Jar-rir- ijji ty, beautiful, all but her and nobody has ever told hur easy it to put beauty on the Beauty on the skin Magnolia Unlhfi, uu. f caltoubraldren V. .n rl itin ur I.. CltOH V. M , li, Uort, MtAfUK.: euiifuru, iCy.