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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886051101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi 0 vol. x;iy. 5tBgr?3lccklD Into iorlounral VitbUnhcil TueailiiUH nntl -- AT kwf ntefiot mtftuiL NO. 123. A REGULAR-- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1886. GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lots and Nothing Elso." Kanuy, Ceylon, March Oth, 1830. (continued fbosi tA.sr issue. We go to Colombo to morrow and sail for Melbourne Thursday on the Sutlij now ploughing her way acroxs the Indian Ocean to pick us up as part of her "assorted cargo " Friday ta l'EH It understood A.NNUU. CVHII. crtJIt that 11.60 If w. petted and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Colombo, March 11, 188G. How homelike It felt to get back to this will be ex. This morning we made a memorable ex- city, which seems as familiar to us aa cursion to tho "Botanical Gardens," that though we wero natives cl Ceylon. Oar lie about three mites out of the city in a run down waa delightful getting hotter bend of an unpronouncable river, the long, and hotter aa we descended until we struck eit In Ceylon. It Is ono of four, taking the glorious rea.brezi at the warmest rie in the famous "Adam'x Peak." This point when all was right again. What a particular one ftlla Into tho sea at the N. Gehenna would these equatorial regions be E. side of the (aland, nt Trincomalee. An- but for this bledsed equalizer and re.uln-to- r, Tho mountains looked more like other empties Its waters at Colombo, after being dammed into a eerles of beautiful Scotland an we cime down than even when lakes that are a charming feature in the we went up We drove up to ourold quar- AVALANCHE OF BARGAIN U STORE-ROO- M i CROWDED-FLO- OR TO CEILING. x happy travelers, landscape of that widely scattered city ters at the "Galle-Face- " This river that almost encircles the Botan and wore saluted by pleasant smiles on fa ical Gardens, is about the .Izi of the Ken miliar faces, as well as by the murmur of tucky at nigh Bridge. It waa called the tho gratoful aurf upon the beach, which to And the Prices named almost take your breath for Cheapness. Our solo ambition is to Ganges by ancient geographers, and is a our grateful ears, deemed to have a dseh of welcome its tones. Poor old oceaol It the native. very holy 1) I A year there stream nithgathering at a Erery haj btcningrowling, moaning, carreaaing, Aw is a great point Just below the gardens, to go through the roarins In turn on its circling shores for these C.00O years; uttering its everlaating ciremony of cutting a stream of water iVSWSS.. II First-Clas- s taken up from the river with a golden proloit against the word that confines it to "'IP- sword by the Chief Priests of the Bjdd-hlst- s, ita reallcsi bed, but ever protesting In yalu. CICERO T. SUT10S. a Kandy. I wonder if this is a rude "Hitherto ahalt thou come and no farther; ! presrnt edit ir ot the HredenridRe echo of Motei smiting the rock and water here shall thy proud waves be stayed," is The. JS'tiri, Mr'. dcero T. Sullon, npon whom the gushing out. Every falsehood, in religion, the "word of the LORD," that holds it as Our goods are the beat and wo only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. We could never learn to follow. Wo in a grip of steel. But it the con- want to nchiovo success by deserving it. Wo don't expect to get rich in a day. Wo almost swap dollars with our nutitloof Ihe.bttHUnt and Teraalile Wat is but a truth porverted or burlesqued Well! this river's bind bold a garden of trol of even the Ruler of all; wearing the customers, wo sell at so small a profit, still we havo no bad debts and find ourselves gaining in Btrength as a bueinesa lace Qruelle mol worthily ell, Is' mainHouao nil the time. taining (or that paiiar the high reputation 150 acres, the Ilk of which exists not on centuries out with its wild outcries of By and by there shall be "no Tho Calicoes and Cottons wo sell to our customers at 5 cents a yard are worth that by tho car-loaexcept tho tnado for It bjr hie prelcfaor and U win- earth! A famous Gjrunn bitaniatu, who tboea oioipe recently rlaitod it, said he could atudy more sea," and wo shall havo something discount wo get off for cash. ning golden opinion Irotn We think wo can sell you Shoes and Clothing at a saving of from 83 to 85 oyer city prices. Our low prices on more botuny In a week there than in any better, I am sure. And when I think of tent to fudge of the merit o( a paper ail the buried treasures it has remoneleaa-l- y Shoes of every description aro tho marvel of tho age. All tho fine Lnco Curtains and beautiful White Goods that It circulate', notwltlilanding hi. other collection, in the world, in months. engulfed; tho lives, that longed to live, sold so low in tho auction will be closed out cheap. If you pay cash and want to see how far a dollar will go, call at Of course I am not botanist enough to comptratire routh. He waa born In D Tiean county, Augutt 6th, 1839, and at the appreciate it fully, Bit X can only say it baa pitile.aly swallowed up; the wrecks of age of .lr loit hi father. HU mother then that it Is tht Grit thing cf the kind, I ever noble vessels that strew Its cruel depthp; moved to Ohio cout.tr and there he tuaile saw, that came up to tho ideal, every one and Its insatiable appetite for destruction Ill Imagine, of the garden of Eden. This calling ever for fresh victims to appease-- its hi. homo until called to Clorerport. cdtiottional adtanUgra were pior and only was the thought that impressed nearly ev- cravings whyl the sentiment goee out of extended to hli 15. h yer. Ha was ralred ery one of the party on entering it. The the sea, and I begin to look on it with a It is estimated by insurance companiea PIANOS AND ORGANS. between plow handle! h il improving every wealth of the world in tropical flora, is leas admiring eye than when, sitting upin that in the United States last year STANFORD, KY. loUure tnorutat, pnnuel hU studies after gathered here. The collection of graceful its beach, I watch tho breakers and lis Messrs. 8. It. A L. J. Cook ara Agents for tbe were burnrd at the rate of one W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor A Co. Pianos anl Organs, which emlearing aahool and beeatna Terr proficient paltni is aimply bowildering. The ferns ten to the varied ssunds that come up every hour, with an average loss of S1.S0G John Church brace the following most excelUnt Instruments. In liters. are the satui. Toe nutmeg and clove trcci; from its dashing waters. "What are the Decker A Kcabo A Co., In mathematics and re'I Barns and stabler, fifty prr week. Country Ererett Piano. Hazelton Bros., A Warren Hob and Blie of Stage, 20x60. Eight complete acta of Soon. and tbe Also. Clougu ery. Beating capacity, including pillory, ture. Darlnc the. Tear of 177"H ho fol the India rubber montttra of fureit growth, wild waves laying?" is a question with stores, three per day, with a loss of $110,-00- 0 John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments rates to good attractions. are moit excellent In tone, of great durability and Meanwhile, Praise the lowed the life of a country pedagogue and with roola above ground, two feet broad many answers. week. Ten hotels burntd weekly with a we defy competition. All of then, are warranted afterward took a cletk'hip In a .lore at and two or three inches thick, making the LOHD for bringing good out of evil, a. la loss per year of Sl.000,000 Every other for fiTe years. References: A. It. Penny, Mrs. K. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Fordvllle. Sabiffj tently in tin eame town surface beneath, aierie of irregular vats hU wont; and oven over the dreadful sea, day a lumber yard go s up in smoke, each James iie&xloy, Stanford: Mis. Haggle Holmes, Oen. V. he wont Into traJe on hi own hook and of most curioue appearance; gigantic cl in- fanning fevered brow, with the aalt air representing $20,000. Forty fcur cotton Crab Orchard:Lancaster, J. Landratn and Miss LizKy. zie Huffman, most ter, of graceful bamboo-K- O to 100 feet that brings healing and vigor with its factorirs, the lots in each cseo being $23,-00- 0; Misses Uote Richards and Ella Ramsey, assisa Cooper & bJltgo'etllC ooiduct. & MISSISSIPPI II. W tant agents. high And bidding the world dtfiance to pro breath. Like the sweet rest and recuperaeucoMiful, general mrehndle" Jtu.itie 13 woolen mill, $25,000 eacb; 12 of all the (annul tion HE gives in the darkness of the mid-nig- chemical works, $27,000 each, were destroy the duce the likt; and Hia fii.t newptpcr ezpirieoce wai on The direct through line and old established route gloom. All the eame it is a lovely HartforJ Jfcratf, upor, which he grew from lejeudary upaa trve, that i ai innocent and ed by fire last year. 42 boot and shoe facfrom dcrll to printer, the i to associate editor unpretending a destroyer aa one could with part of heaven, that "there shall be no tories were consumed, the loss being $17,-00- 0 Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louie I was Impressed with the nutmeg night there." and finally to editor and proprietor. When teaee. and all points in the West. eacb. tree. It is so unlike what my ideas were A characteristic feature of Ceylon ia that Capl Qruelle entered the gomotnent Two (?) Dally Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louts. Pernment pasture lands are the main tender about it. It has a lovely leaf and la n eym waitora and servants generally, are addrea-eThree (S) Dally Trains from Cincinnati in Mir, Wi, Mr Putton of to St. Louis. by the title of "boy." Whether it origi anchor of agriculture, snd the farmers ed the noiltlon of editor cf the Breckin- metrical tree of 30 or 10 feet, with fruit a while, Only 10 hours from LouIstIHo and Cincinnati D. that looks like the White Heath peach, nally came from the French "garcon," or is thia country will find thla out a'ter ridge --Vtv t b tbe, pubUaha r, Mr. J. toJt, Louis. as they already have in England, and will Habbage, and accepting it, baa aince filled just about to ripen. The specimen on the a legacy from Dutch occupation, this is the THE BEST SHIRT IN THE W0BLD Tho Only Lino by whioh you commence seeding thtir land with permatbe'poaition with rrtdit, attacking abame table before me, is very like that. That it moat familiar word In the island, although got a Through Slooping Car can madx to order nv looking outer husk. Crack it and so emiLently un British. You hear a rip nent graates. and abuse, whether found in hli own par the rich From ClncInatltoSt. Louis. N. ty or among the republican, with a vigor the two halves fall apart like a hickory pie of it oft repeated, along the hotel LonlsTille, Ky. s the onlr line running II. K. TAYLOR, as soon as the stir of morning life TUG O of exprelon truly refreihir,; in lhre day a nut hull, rofedliurf the nut of commerce; through from LouIstIIIo ri. to St. Louie, aU other routes belnz and Cincinnati jniroaliem. Ho U a hut quite unlike the floury nut we eee in begins, and it only dies away when the Of LOO AN COUNTY, la a CanJfJate for the office of nambf-pitamade up of a combination of small roads. of Public Instruction, tutjict ready, punjent and capable writer and glass jars on the grocer's ehelf. It la en- quiet of midnight eettles down upon the ofHurlntnJnt state Contention. to tbe Democratic .luoumo a susiUMPPl Rail; runs Palatial wield a lance that cut. to the quick when folded in a thin, Investing akin, that yet busy establishment. One Is almost appallE Bleeping Cars on night trains; Lu Yllrlan, Pa- lor Cara on day trains: Elegant Day Coachhandling an adversary. Three year ago only covers it in irregular stripes of vivid ed to think how often that single word is ! es on all trains. Mr. Sitton wa united In crimson. Tne rich black of the nutmeg shouted out, in a single way, over this March 22 Direct and closo connections are made In ONION Kontuclij's Roate East I offer for silt my Farm ol 10O Acre, situunique island, I jot down the custom aa a marriage to Mite Ara Ella Montague at ehinta through thit, giving it a lovely iia w'" u"BlD 1,Dea by theO. 4 M. roa ated near Walnut Flat, Lincoln county, on the Railway, thus avoiding troblesome transappearance. This skin or wrapping disjointed fragment of correspondence, Stanford A Crab Orchard pike, 4 miles from Stan, fers by Cromwell, Ky , and their happy married Washington, Philadelphia and Tbe Ohio A Mississippiother routes. fold and 6 miles from Crab Orchard. The land Is Bailwav Is thnnl lln. it, just now, pops into my head. life baa been bleied with two of the pret-Ile- peeled off and dried, turns to the dark yelcondition, an abundance ol water, Now York. la excellent between Louisville, Cincinnati and Bt. Loula good, spailous barn The only Una running The Sutlej steamed in at noon yesterday fencing Ac., separate, all uw,and sheds, Implement, girl in the State, if we are to take low aromatic subjtance we call "mace," In under one management, running all its 1834 and 'S3. built In house, trains through solid and In consequence She is not at Comfortable dwelling. 80 acres In wheat, 40 acres I'ULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Mr. Button'. enthusiastic description ol the shops. The nutmeg ia an exquisite and sails at (i P. M. larecogniied Flrst-ClaRoot beIn oats and sowed to timothy and clover, 20 acres tween those Cities. nut at the atage of plucking, Tho clove all crowded and we anticipate a delightful for corn; remainder in (trass. Terms and prtca them. reasonsble. (llt-m- ) L. Ml. PRXOll, Stanford. tree la as large as the nutmeg as a tree. Apply to ticket Airents nf pAnnM4ln9 linBfl rA It IIaitcked Sunday Nioiit He bad The Intensely flavored aubstance of com- voyage. glorious "farewell" meeting last full particulars as to nl.i. tlmu man. Two FROM or any desired Information, or write to been courting a Washington clrl for a long merce seems to be the calyx of the flower night. The first in the school room of the "UH-T- . Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Kj, H. . . . t O. A M. R'y, FOHMAN, now. It happened and tho time, but he has It Society at 5 r. M. The Somerset. Ky. little round ball in the cup tho seed. Church Missionary to Washington City, W.M.PEABofiY. W.kSlIATTUC Sunday night afterchurch. They werealtting But I amnot sure if I am right about second at the Scotch Presbyterian church-hold- ing Connecting In the same depot with Prea. and Oen'l Man'gr, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Cincinnati, O. a clone aa the ofa would permit. She look- this. Fast Trains for Now York. We came away fiom the Para1,000 and crowded. This curious ed with ineffable tendrn;a into hi noble dise, sweets and beauties, quite enchanted. old edifice was built by the Dutch and was The Direct Route to E. H. BURNSIDE, Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia blueeyea. "George," the murmured, with It is worth going a thousand mile ot their occupation. It to ste the "swell" church (and North Carolina Points. KENTUCKY CENTRAL Ia tremor in her voice, "didn't you tell me that peerless garden. No wonder the old carries ono back over a century. Built in For tickets and apply to Well - Known your nearest ticketfurtheror Information, w. MonThis Old office address W. onco you would be willing to do any great Kandlan kings fought for the land where the form of a Maltese cross, with the four roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ey. Maintains Hotel Route.11 act of herolim for my eak?" "Ye, Fannie; so many thing, of beauty grew, W.C. WICKIIAW, II. W. FULLER, great rquare rooms aurrouudiog the central , High 2d Vica riesldant, Oen'l Paaa'r Ag t. and I gladly rtlterate that statement now," Shortest arid Quickest Route from Oen Ceylon is quite rich in hardwood trees sa space-,- small "churches" inlthomselves. A Blchmond. Virginia. AND he replied in confident tones. "No noble well as tropical fruits. Tho railway burns tall wooden pulpit rearing itself to a feartral Kentnoky to all Points North. East, West and Southwest. Roman of old waa fired with a loftier am- wood. How delicious the smell of wood ful height, where two corners meet; a Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country bition, a braver reiolution, than I." "Well, amoke as we rode up yesterday The first quaint reading desk below, from whose preFast Line Between Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Oeorgo, I want you to do something real 20 telle is through rice fields and endless altitude I preached my "farewell" Appointments, or Attententious LEXIGTO. fc CINCINA'ATI heroic for me" "Speak darling, what la cocoon yt palm groves. The next 20 sermon last night; great iron rods uniting tion to Comfort 'of Schedule in Effect Oct. 11, 1S3S. Queiti. their li?"' "Ak me to be your wife. We've through pretty, undulating scenery fields tho corners and resting on the capitals of been fooling long enough." The erqunl I of grass and wood alternating, with rice NoV6j Ho. Mo. li" the tall, massive corner pillars, and from Damage will be eonreyeil to and from the da Louisville & Nashville K. R. BooTn-Boon. Gosalp. stated in the preface Ex- - 6un' free of charga. Speelal erommodatloaa still in terraces, on the gentle swell of the there suspended, long, thin rods three in Dally Ex. Bun. T1IK ORK4T to Commercial Trarelera. The liar will lower hills. The remaining 35, amid tho each alcove bear up cocoanut oil lamps, alwaya supplied with the ehoieesl 8 10 a tn 8 10pm 2 00 pm LTr Coylngton. The Judge, the Sheriff, the Coroner, and or Lienors aad Clgara. Falmouth-..- .. brands 9 9 lovely mountain scenery that reminds Inside neat glass globes. The centre ia THROUGH TRUNK " Cynthlana.... it 65am 10 3tpn 2 82pm 02 a tn V3 pn4 S7 p a tie Chief of Police of Rid Gulch were 11 40 a uj 11 00 p m 5 IS p Arr. Paris.. vividly of tho Highlands of Scotland, with a pretty cut glass chandelier, adornod m " Lexington tO TUK in pitying poker. The pot was 12 87pm 6 17a,a "It has no businews to look so much like studded with candlei; not large enough to LTe E?.rir 11 J a m n 03 p m 8 25 pis pretty large and considerable excitement Scotland" waa the jealous protest of our be in keeping with the vast building, but Arr. Winchester... 12 SO p m 11 to p m 6 10 p'tt was manifested in the outcome. The Judge " Blchmond...... 2 00pm .... dear Major Mackenzie, when he visited atill neat and ornamental. The tout cntan " Lancaster ...... S IS p m WITH "called" the Sheriff, who casually remark" Rowland 6 00 p m Ceylon last summer with hia good wife. bit ot the solid, heavy, "Dutch built" aned: "I hold four acea. What do you hold?" 05 Pullman Palace Sleepers. Lve. Rlcniuond.... 82 30 pm ..... The road winds in and out of mountain cient temple is very striking Indeed. Our " T P u promptly returned "I hold a IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and 8 00 ami."... " Uvlnetton gorges, as it goes up, up, up. of the An engine services there made the round ....... Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, the Judge ai he perceive i a fifth ace in his Oefoie aud one behind to pull and push "churche" complete. How "Orthodox" Fover, Dumb Ague, Islllous Fever, lioulsvllle I Hobth-Boumown hand. "And I hold a No. 11 Fever), Liver No. S No. 1 to NnsliYille, Dengue (or Break-bone- " over tne steep grade. They make good we are, to be sure. Complaint, and all dlaeaies arising from Memphis exclaimed the Chief of Police, as he real speed and the carriages are comfortable. In We are eoon to go aboard. What a Malarial poisons. Atlanta, Lye. Livingston -- . 8 00 a m . izsd that he waa not destitute of aces himIiq 22 am M. Berea lest than four hours the 75 miles journey grand time he have had la these 11 days in AIontRouiery, "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 188 '4. Arr. Richmond. self. After an Interval of about fire mlnr . Ill 5a m Little Bock, from Colombo to Ktndy is occompliahod. Ceylon; -s- piritually first and lecularly "For eighteen months suf-ere- d 1 IS ami... utea, the Coroner crawled out from under LIf- - BowUnJ Mobile and New Orlcnns. 70 miles next if anything can bear that name, that The road goes on to Nuera-Eli- ja 8 05 am Fever, ivitlv Chills and the table, saying: ' I hold an Inqueit, and Arr. Richmond 11 00 a m the favorite sanitarium on one branch, comes straight from His dear hand. How having Chills every other day. Lve. Richmond ....- -I 6 05 a ra 1 25 p ml I guei that takes the pot." Chicago and to Matala, IS miles north by another. . Only one change to points In Praise His Arr. Wlncheater.... 7 05 a ml 2 25 am good -- good good, HE is. Rambler. dftcr trying various remedies 8 C8 a ml 8 25 a m Arr Paris...-..- .. One place on the line ia made much of as dear name foreyer and for everything. Evrecommended to cure, used a Lva. Lexington .... 7 25 am 3 40pm i 20nm years ago the South "rfeuiatlou Rock," but it is not much for a er in Jesus, About twenty-fir- e Geo. O. BAiutEa Lve Paris .............. 8 20 a m 130pm 5 20 3m bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and " Cynthlana ... 8 53 s m 8 08 p m 5 51 2m went on a strike under Grand Master Davis real sensation, after the Rocky Mountaius, have never since had a chill. " Falmouth...... 8 55 am 4 4rt p ui 8 57 pm It oats a little more than 20 cents a Then Uocle Sam struck nd the Southern' or the Alpi; a 10th rate precipice, of 80 Arr. Covington ...... II 80 a ml 00 p tn' 8 45 pra EDWW EABPER." Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive arerage an strike after years of sufljring was ended. It feet only, along side of which tho train mile to run a locomotlre, on Dedal rates. rilEPAUED BY Note. Trlns 8 mr.. thta is for fuel, 7 for pay rr3eo Agents of thli Company tor rates, routes chaaUr. Lexingtonand 4ara ilallv pleasant for ua to refer to that great runs near. It is nothing to High Bridge, Nearly 8 centa of is not and Covington: other train J, O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas. Pr. ant dally except Sunday. of engineer and fireman, a half cent for oil c p, lrU0BEi 0tP.AT.A strike, for we took part in it and lost a fa- or even Green River, on the L. & N. But Lilrec t conn. ctlona are made at Wlnchastor with Sold by all Druggists. Lomsviua, 7 and waate and more than 4 cents for Ubeaapea:ke 4 Ohio for Mt aterllng, Ashland, ther and brothers and a fortune by it. We it ia not bad for Ceylon. Hunting! Charleston, W. Va and astern ciU a locomo. A ton of coal will run lea. Only 2 meetin;s here, but very preoious only refer to it now to warn the fellowa aiiiittktnihsttadta ! twenty-fou- r Fast Line.- - No Sand 4 run via Wlnchastor. uf thit clua miles, a pint of oil will thd.ltt sn.t Tne same earnest tire all over the Union who go on strikes not onea they have been. rtme.tK, bu fm Bolld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Imuti uttWttMl ututt miles and a pound of waste 123 Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester to collide with Unole Bam. They may attention and joyful reception of the word as rua eleven VOctftat! an and Washington. D. C. "CHiCHESTER'S Ei.c'.lSH." ""il'.'RFHY BROS;, railway like r m f tu Auu'wr., miles. Tha locomotives of n l PjiU, T milne. 'I ho Orlifliml nntl Onlj to any take a bruih with the Governors now and at Colombo. Crowded congregations. Prai.e iorounu ucitis ana oagga RIIftHWdestination reached- by railroad. Ctiuor nitilt U'Oi X Itulutiioi run 500,000 miles a tirwtrtnf w.rt'il. !i talalMW " vrde!7tl now rink Ifct fiiblis If the LORD for sending us here, to scatter the Kbrthweaten a V n umiucur tt umfnwt .Mnn. A"1 then and not get hurt very badly, but Tll.ujil.JM l.ill.iwsutili iroon ti. tiU IM CSlSUllS; "Chicago Herald. hp.lFr'. LADISS. i.r a FuTi.lP'ii! Passenger Agent. Tray. Pass. Agent, total.. Uncle Sam evr gets after them in earnest atill more widely, in tbis beautilul "isle of month. .i.mi... Li Li fir .rlii'iilt. Ii "". .. Clrc.iastl.KSK Cifi.of tin otUjm. A. L. SMITH. Covington, Ky, Ltxlngloa, K liktitorl, fv .'T.'S'.&h. J. T. May, of Somerset, has been ap. NME CW.SMITU H. W. they will wish they had never gone on a the sea" the "everlasting gospel'' of His S,Mt.)r Drvou. . A. f. r ' t blrbc. 'JBral Manner. Bald by lru).l rvrnrwhrn-0o. Past. Ay iruCe, It tlMk. pointed storekeeper and gauger. Herald. atriko agontt Xtr't tnallJ-'- ' I'eaarnwftl I'Ult. l.V.ovuU'. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, Vsrv' 1 -- See How MDucli We can Sell f03? a Dollar ! We Keep Everything Pertaining to a with n Full and Complete Shoe, fif :i Sat and Clothing Department Attached Dry Goods Store, ret-ent- S. Ii. Powers t Co.'s Great Bargain Store, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. dwell-ing.houe- cs OFX5RA MOUSES verl O. & M. lt 01 ht PLATT'S APPOLLO ear-tIc- b d SHIRT, cor-ride- SID PIATT, &M bj I!, FAK3I FOfi SAM2 IT vari-egate- d "" ra y. ss A SOLIDTRAIN q-.- MYERS HOTEL, and its Still Reputation ii. STANFORD. KY. Propr L "IueGrnss , 1 L.&N. I if LINE - Ague Cure I AVER'S SOUTH & WEST tups' bowie-knife,- d, - I Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ae-.of- !.., PAvi';i,."".. i jl Hltut , rhM-Viu- him.-LV'ckb- burg fc -- ., ,,,,; , .. .... l Mr. R. M. Durham, for a number of The Senate passed the House bill to authorize Danville to raise money to build years an efficient clerk In the Central National and Boyle National Banks of Dan-ylllnllroads. has been appointed to a clerkship in Mr. Bobbltt wants to repeal the act May 11, 1886 Springs from the the Round Valley Indian Agency, of Call Ky excluding Crab Orchard Stanford, fornia, He will be stationed 200 miles town of Crab Orchard. W QYALfVXat I The House patted a bill to incoiporate north of San Francisco and will leave to "WALTON. W. P. the Kentucky Midland Railroad Company. day at 2 r. M. for that place. His many The incorporators are J. Knox Frazier, friends here wish him a full measure of Henry L. Phillip?, and V. 8. Kendrtck, of success. Mr. Durham is tho youngest son The 8upremoCurt of Virginia hM af. Wayne county; William Curd, T. Z. Mor of Hon. M. J. Durham. Mr. W. G. Procfirmed the decision of the lower Court sendeath for row and James Denton, of Pulaski county; tor will tako his place In the bank. tencing Thornan J. Cluveriua .to The "Gillemonster" or whatever the Thomas Hughes, of New York City, and of Miss Fannie Lillian Madison. the murder William B. Hoke, Luclen Q. Qulgley and foul animal from Arizona should be called, The caee was tried at Richmond last tear Fontaine T. Fox, of Louisville. The capi- escaped from his cage at the Advocate office and attracted great attention not only in everywhere that the tal Btock is to be $3,500,000, in shares of this morning and for a titno created the the Old Dominion, but $100. The road is to run from Louisville wildest consternation among tho bravo tycircumstance were known. It will bo re pos. The coo), calm courago of Mr. James to Somerset. membrred that the body of the poor girl F. Zimmorman, the business manager, city so waa found in the reservoir near the NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. equal to the occasion. By the aid decomposition as to render far in a state of of a lasso Mr. Zimmerman secured the A young woman killed her t unrecognizible, save by articles of clothbeast and then chlorofortrcd htm until bo with a hoe near Hickman, this State. ing. A sharp piece of detective work beMr. The whisky men are before Congress, could again bo conveyed to his cage. resulted in gun by a newspaper reporter, The Mayor of Cincinnati does, not wait establishing the identity of Miea Madison to lock the stable door till the horse is sto as usual, with a measure for their benefit. Zimmerman served many years in tho wars The firo losses in this country and of Mexico and in battles against the Indiand link by link a chain of circumstan len, but takes the necessary precaution to Canada for the month of April are estima- ans on the frontier and in those times ac young prevent al evidence waa forged around the the theft. There are said to be quired an exiwieucu with tho lasso that Thli powder new tarle. tnarrel of iiurllr. lawyer, Cluverius, as the perpetrator of 30,000 men on a strike there, but by keep- ted at $8,000,000. strong in ni wbnlrorucneM. More Hon. David Davis is dy- specially fitted him for the emergency thin iba ordinary klndf, km. I am - economical It is said that auu .mu uui tim tan ill in the foul deed. It was proved that he had ing tbem awed with three regiments of micompetlton with the multitude of low trot, abort produced by a above mentioned eednced her and that the object of his hor- litia, he has prevented any riotous behav ing from blood poisoning weight aluru or phofpuate powder, gold only in Hon. M. J. Durham arrived from rani. KurALlUKtso i'owoiaCo., birth that ior or effort at bloodshed. Yesterday he carbunkle on his shoulder. rible crime was to prevent the 1M Wall Strut, N. Y, The Bucket Pumt & Water He The first steel nails ever made in the Washington City Saturday night. revealed their secret to the issued a proclamation offering protection to would have steel were cut came to Kentucky to attend to important South from Southern-madworld. "What made the crime more hide- all who desire to return to work and this II an lmrroTmat on any lMton or Klerator ret by the South Tredegar Steelworks business in the Mercer Circuit Court now Inrented. That-unilMrn.ii... lull air and aa- ous was the fact that the girl was his own example might be emulated by other off- Friday Tenn. in session. Dr. L. S. McMurtry returned ','-.- Jb.'.lr from S cousin. She was highly accomplished, icials. It is high time the strikers were of Chattanooga, MT. VERNON, KY. water ttOKa, and rodrln lh water trnrY ramo-- It is now reported that there is but from St. Louis on Saturday night. Mrs. yery beautiful and a direct descendant of shown by the strong arm of the law that ina an co.or, tatta or iiuell. Tbla I'ump bu recovery of Rebecca Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Breckinn Thli old ind President Madison. It now only remains though they have the right to quit work little hope for the Hotel li tilll main- an Improrrd chain; no link, to get twIitHt MCh cup iMldertO ptrmanrntly, andlc-ira- d said to be much weaker ridge Jones, of 8t. Louis, were in town taining! fins reputation. Charge of a link, reaaonabU. a flat piece of ilraol.l iron la for the officers of the law to take the life themselves and strike as much as they Arthur, who is Saturday. Messrs. George Lawrence and (Special attention to th traveling public week ago. purcbuoa pump until you r tbla. iid. Do not who has forfeited all right ex choose, they have no right nor will they than he was a of the man Very rtiprclfully, X. XEircOMIt, Vn'r, Mr. Mary Graham Bramlette, widow James McCaffery left for Kansas Saturday SWm cepttodiethe death of a dog and the be suffered to molest others who are satisMt. Vernon, Ky, W. II. IUGGINrJ. Bramlette, who was the second night. The former goes on a prospecting sooner the curtain is rung down on the fi- fied with their wages and desire to earn an of Gov. C. C. Graham, tour, the latter to remain. Mr. Peter daughter of the late Dr. nal act the better. honest living for themselves and families. died at Louisville Friday. Gilcher is out after s week's Illness from Senator Logan, the blatherskitest demGeorge Burks beat another negro nam erysipelas. Rev. P. T. Hale, of the Bap. I hv jnat retained from tbaelty and I rcrdlal- A school bill which provides for disrtox- " " agogue, continues his efforts to buy the sol trict taxation when the amount of school ed Foster Parker to death at Harrodsburg. tlst church, i In Mt. Sterling and preached Millinery .eiani, una of buying. 1 aiao call atlotlou to N. POTTS eto CO.. diervoteby proposing the most reckless per capita is not sufficient to run a fire Parker was whipping a woman when Burks there at the Baptist church on Sunday. my. stock of ' NotloDi. Ilandk.rehl.r.. cvn... . 7C.V. ". . BONANZA MILLS, . . . lUCHMOND, KY. - - . "" 4U He haa offered an months' school, to be leviid after an affirm took a hand with the above result. pension legislation. BIN " White Em Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Weathnrford, of " Ladlfa' Thty hare a new paUnt I'rocraa Mill and mak amendment to the Mexican pension bill, ative vote on the question, passed the wwimiimiN. lean be found i tor In James Titus, janitor of the Methodist Hustonvllle, were in town Saturday. throomlatlyTactlbTth.ro.t-)fflN- j jtAl- a- Hour, which thay Mil at bottom prlc. Mle for them which, among other things, repeals the re- House, after Mr. Owens' amendment to Institute at Belvedere, N. Y., has been in- Messrs. Mark Wakefield and L. H. Hud ac'lon,nd would ha t aJ la arrrahla old In tbla M..I. ll0'7m BUnfort.Ky. duction upon the payment of arrears of give the county judge, attorney and chool dicted for the murder of one of the pupils, eon, stock dealers, have dissolved partner U.U1117 on oon. ) late superintendent the right to levy a tax with- Miss Tillie Smith, whom he attempted to chip. Mr. Hudson will soon return pensions to soldiers and sailors of the war, in respect to claims filed prior to July out a vote of the people had been promptly outrage. his former home. Mr. M. L. Barren river near Bowling Green was Boeley, of Lincoln county, Is in town 1, 1863, and confera the right to a pension and properly defeated by the big majority quite seriously damage upon persons disabled from any cause oth- of GO to 15. The power proposed to be so high Saturday as to ill at the homo of his brother Dr, bridge and make it unsafe for er than their own careless or vicious con- conferred is too much to give to any three the L. &. N. H. P. Bosley. Dr. Edward Alcorn, a lead duct, who served three months, if they are men, no matter how conscientious they trains to cross. Passengers and baggage had ing physician of Hustonyille, was in town to be transferred. Saturday. dependent for support upon their own la- maybe. Garrett 9. Wall beat J. D. Kehoe by bor. The amendment also increases all The Russell rott, The Directors of the Penitentiary report a small majority in a primary Saturday to The classes of existing pensions. The raid on last Somerset Jitporttr contains the Dtlr In all klndtof that in a very searching examination of decide which should be Mason county's the treasury for the payment of these following from Chairman Stone, which Is convicts and others they were unable to candidate for Congress in the Ninth Disclaims is already appalling and if 100 per day find any warrant for the legislative com- trict convention. keeps on in its record of As Chairman of the Russell counmittee's charge of brutal treatment and are In Sumner county, Tenn., Polk Mar- ty committee, I desire to give to the pub of private pension claims passed, the surtherefore unable to use that excuse to can tin shot bis aunt, her two daughters and plus in the treasury will not only soon be lic my action as such In the matter. I was cel the contract of the Mason-Foa- rd Com then himself. One of the youug women entirely exhausted, bat an additional tax not in the county on the day of the elecpany. Abe report was referred to a spe waa instantly killed and the other will die. will have tobe levied to pay them. The tion, and did not vote; if I had voted, cial committee appointed from both Houses The affair is thought to have grown out of democrats seem to be as deep in the mire would have voted for Mr. Waddle. I left and as the members have the reputation of an improper intimacy between Martin and as the republicans are in the mud in the Montlcello on Sunday following the elecbeing fair minded men, they will no doubt one of the young women. matter and the end may not be looked for tion, and came to Jamestown for the puract squarely and impartially in the matter. The River and Harbor bill passed the pose of receiving and certifying till every man who enlisted in the late war the vote against the rebellion is supported by the The DtaJMute, published at the Ken- house by a vote of 143 to 102. It appro- on Monday following the election. 1 re aEJTl A.amU --Jl government, which has already done more tucky Institute for deaf mutes at Danville, priates over $15,000,000. Of the Kentucky ceived upon that day the rotes of Wolf ' ' V KRffiJFJKV w Wol- is a very creditable production. The Items delegation Breckinridge, McCreary. than she should for her defenders. creek precinct, Jamestown, and perhaps of and Willis yoted gotten by the reporters, Rollie ford, Wadsworth, Taulbee Creelsboro precincts. In these precinct, The Owensboro Messenger in its efforts to Fraize up Jessie little , and Risk are exceedingly for it, and Stone, Laffoon, Halsell and the judges' certificates, and balGov. McCreary makes several belittle unique and amusing in their construction. Robertson voted against it. The Speaker lot boxes were received. This left two statements not borne out by the facts in Rollie seems to know something of the his did not vote. precincts nnheard from, Webb's and Rowe question. Phil Thompson never beat him The Chairman of the Democratic Com- na'a. I left Jamestown on Monday and tory oi tne liouisville iiaee Uall club as less twice for Congress or any once much witness the following: "The boys organ- - mittee of the 10th Judicial District has went to my home on Cumberland river thing else. On the contrary the records . a Morton and C. J. Bronston a owe ban club, mi iney practice in declared J. R. some ten miles distant from town, under show that in 1882, Gov. McCreary himself izea playing well. They think that they can the party's candidate for Circuit Judge and the impression that I had until Saturday SURREYr?,- made the nominating speech at the conrespectively. beat the Louisville club." If they can't Commonwealth's Attorney to certify the vole to the Chairman of the vention which nominated Mr. Thompson. The Committee met on the 21st of April District Committee. The order of the Disthe mutes are to be pitied. Nor was Gov. McCreary finally elected by and made an order that the Chairman a lavish use of money, though he did use Ik order to prevent the ousting of the should so declare if by the 8th of May trict committee upon that point read "It shall then be the duty of said Chairman to some and co did his competitors for that four democratic Senators from Hamilton no other candidates were announced. examine and count the ballots and certify matter. He made a most excellent execu- county and the seating of their republican The latest news from Greenwood reGrain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Coal, Lumber, Etc. tive, winning the deserved title of the opponents, all save one of the democratic ports the burning, by incendiaries, of eight the result in bis county to the Chairman of the District Committee not later than the "Model Governor" and ai a Congressman members of the Ohio Senate left the State or nine cottages belonging to the Beayer fields of Creek Coal Company, but who are the in- second Saturday in March." My recollechaa not only been exceedingly attentive to and hied away to the blue-grastion is that I returned to Jamestown on wishes of his immediate constituents, Kentucky, thereby destroying a quorum. cendiaries is not known. Buspicion, howthe -Friday following the election and then rebut has taken a prominent position in the But the strategy don't seem to have work ever, points to several tough characters ceived through the mail the poll-boand body. We are pretty well satisfied with ed, for the republican Senators proceeded who are in full sympathy with the miner, him up this way, to much so that we are at once to expell the four democratic Sena- and who have done all in their power to certificate of judge from the Webb prewith iudeea' certlfi. going to return him to Congress without op- tors and fill their seats with their contest- keep up the agitation against the convicts. cinct. The cate, a appears from the upon position, notwithstanding the adverse criti- ants. A severe rain Btorm near ton bcott, the envelop, was mailed to me on Monday astute editor of Polk Lifloon's cisms of the The signal failure of several strikes by Kansas, broke an ice dam and the rushing following the election, and would reach district. the Knights of Labor, especially the one at waters swept the house of Mrs. Sarah Jamestown same day. Ii the one that carries tb Uncut and hundred yards down the The New York Sun says that Willis' St. Louis, seems to have brought the strik- Brown several Now from the certificate, and harbor bill, which passed the ers to their senses and it i said that meas valley. She and four children were in it river and ballot, from Wolf creek, Jamestown and House by a two thirds majority and which ures will be adopted at the meeting of their at the time and she had to hold her six. Creelsboro precincts and the poll-boabove the water, appropriates $15,164,000, is "a job, becaute General Assembly at Cleveland on the 25th months' infant in her arms and certificate of judges from Webb's prethe total amount is outrageously excessive, which will render such strikes impossible leaving the older children to care for cinct, I made the count and certified the The general executive themselves. She suddenly noticed that her voteaaappean In my because many of the items are unnecessary in the future. certificate as pub boy was drowning, and, In at and many others flatly dishonest, and be board will alone be given the power to or llshed in Mr. Lynn'a letter in the Interi- Our facilities lor buylnc and tb discounts on the great quantities we buy coablra ua to tire better cause the millions have been piled up by der strikes and only then when every other tempting to save him, the Infant slipped or price than anyone, Journal, stid certificate or report havjust snch reckless logrolling as has before means of adjusting differences has been from her arms and was drowned before aid ing been, as I remember, mailed by me to could reach it. The remainder of the this sent Congressmen by dozens and scores exhausted. J. E.Lynn on Friday following the elecinto retirement, and has once turned a parThe Kentucky Legislature is making a family were rescued. tion after the mail had gone out on that ty out of power in the House." With this reputation for stupidity not entirely con day. Now the matter complained of Is DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. raid, the pension bill and the educational fined to the borders of the State. At presWebb's precinct, and the complaint la, I Rev. Robert Grattan Noland, the new subsidy fraud, the last dollar Is to be filch- ent the remarkable body is the butt of sunsuppose, that I certified it without the ed from the treasury and the party in pow-e- r dry jokes and jibes for enacting in a school Episcopalian aalnliter, arrived Thursday ballots. It Is true I did not receive the his will be held responsible. law a clause which says: "Any widow, night and conducted the services at Hut wo ballots, but certified it upon the following, Sunday morning and night. which, tho judges and clerk are willing to We print elsewhere the statement of spinster and alien, who is a taxpayer, and church Miss Lucy Walter, a daughter of the state upon Chairman W. S. Stone at to the vote in has children of a school age, shall be qualoath, is correct: of this place, died at Russell county, which is so plain that the ified to vote." "Spinsters" with children late N. H. Walter, (Here follows the name of each man who The Saturday of consumption. wayfaring man though a mugwump may of the school age will appreciate this pow- Frankfort voted, together with the certificate of the funeral occurred here Sunday at 3 o'clock. judges of the not err therain. If anybody has a right to erful effort of the solons. election, which shows that A large and well executed oil painting R. C. Warren received 53 Straight through oil all gooda bandied by ui. We have now the largeit Dock erer brought to thla grumble, Mr. Warren is the man, for by and O. H. Wad cltjr andallwcaik you Is to call and examine our goJi. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. called "Woodlawn Vows," by Mrs. M. J. dle no the carelessness of the Howena precinct votes,) elegantly framed and The Legislature will not adjourn next Farrls. has been judges, he was cut out of a mtjority of 13 I did not, upon the day I certified tho placed on exhibition In H. W. E fans' show vote, examlnetheordera'of the votes, which would have mido his majori- Monday. Mark that. District com A bill for the benefit of the Lincoln window. ty in the district 63 insteid of 50. But be haa com mittee, but supposed that all that was neo Mr. Ellets, a Louisville artist, esaary upon my part was to report the vote is satisfied, Mr. Waddle is satisfied and County Land Company has been presented pleted and now has on exhibition at Evans by Mr. Bjbbitt. as repotted to mo, and I feel satisfied to every body else is or ought to be. store a well executed portrait in oil say that the report is correct, in so far as The Senate passed the House bill to drug Kentucky murderer has felt Another of a little daughter of Mr. J. T. Mock, of the vote of this county is concerned, in so the halter draw as each member of that appropriate $5,000 for the Kentucky Insti- this county. tute for the education of the colored blind far as the vote waa reported to me. Now great and growing army ought to. At The Louisville Southern railroad in reference to the Rowena district, I will Paintsville, away up in the mountains, and $3,000 annually for its support. could not come to eee us last week, The State Senate defeated the bill deFriday, John Iiightcm was hung for the of our citizens, say that the vote was some ten days or but promised a delegation murder of his cousin Din, whom he way- nying the right of graduates of Normal who went to Springfield to meet tnem, to more after the election delivered at tho postoffice in Jamestown, and it appears laid and killed after a quarrel with him echools to teaoh in the public schools with- visit us in the near future. -- SCALSa IS- from the vote delivered that R. C, Warren about a colt. Everybody in the whole sur- out (securing teachers' certificates of quali Leslie, son of Mr. W. 8. Downton, con15 votes, and O. If, WaddJe re- Drugs, Books, Stationery and rounding country that could get there went fication. with Inflammatory rheuma- received Speaker Offutt was not present when tinues quite ill ceived 2 votes in eald precinct. This preto see the show, which was a bigger drawFancy Articles. R. Carrigan's physicians cinct did not report the high license bill came up, and the tism. Mr. J. because I bad not reI ing card than a circus. think him a little better for the past day or ceived a report of the vote at the time I cer- Fbyilciana' prtierlptlona accurately compounded State has no means of knowing whether h yet a very tified the vote of this county, nor have I Alto TiiFitE are 10 men in the United States claseed it with "the d- -d gambling bill" In two, but think alo that he li received it a yet. My feelings io the matsick man. Senate worth from n million to $75,000,000. his affections. fOwensboro Inquirer, The last nu mber of the Intehiok Jour- te! were for Mr. Waddle, becauee bo was Btanford. of California, is worth the latter A bill has passed the House requiring my nal travelled from Stanford here with con- e fromwouldend of the aDistrict, and I believed eu'm and Fair, of Nevada, 50,000,000. The the Governor to appoint a he make us good Attorney; at the committee com- - siderable velocity. Placed in the same time, must say that I have the high- The Largest Stock of Watohes, Clocks, combined wealth of 26 of the Senators is poaed of two democrats and two republiStanford at 8 o'clock Thureday est regard for Mr. Warren. Any intimaat Jewelry and Silverwaro Our own Beck is cans to Investigate the boobs, papers and given at $102,005,000. evenlne it reached Dinville in time to be tion that I have acted in the matter with Erer bought to tbli market Price Lower than put down as the ptsseseor of n million in accounts of the offices of Auditor of Pub- distributed with the noon mail on Satur- the view of favoring any candidate is elm-pl- y tho Lowwt. Watrhoi, Clocka and Jewelry ReWee-terlands and bluegrass farms. lic Accounts and the State Treasurer. fa!e; paired on ahoit notice and Warranted. W. 8. Stonk. , day. . . Qdiet reigns supreme at Chicago and the anarchists are in a hole for the time being. It has been ascertained that the number of killed and wounded by the Wednct-da- y night's engagement is 78. Five po licemen are already dead and two are momentarily expected to die. Several of the Socialists have since died and others are dying, we are glad to chronicle. Maoy of them have been arrested and if a big hanging does not result the Chicagoans deserve to suffer even worse than they have. Sub scriptions to the amount of nearly $10,000 have been made up for the families of the brave policemen who met their deaths at the hands of the bomb throwing miscreant. No greater valor was ever displayed on the field of battle than by these noble men, who fought against such great odds, No processions or large assemblages are now allowed in Chicago and there aro no further feara of an outbreak. e, WVwwl 1H Kll5i step-moth- er "akin a HUBHI SasSi -. POWDER Absolutely Pure. a e IEWOMK HOTEI, I. ' ti Millinery. --- 1 -- .."" Buy Your Flour W. -- .."'. 1 J"-1- " ?V, 2 (114-lu- in-la- WEflREN & MENEFEE. Con-Kre- Farminglmplements and Mnchin ery, poll-books- ftsi P KA JSP Bti ges fSasslages Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, THE HOUSE s ok poll-boo- post-mar- TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS poll-book- X ok BEST STOCK of GOODS We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, CUT1 MEAN TO PRICES METOALF & XOSTJEJK. WMMfm ml mlmmw PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. post-offic- 4 Pore German Menefee's. millet feed at Wearen A 1 1 RELIGIOUS. Stanford, Ky E. O. WALTON, May 11, 1880 Wanted of Wool 1 Wanted s - 50,000 ce at highest market-pri- pounds for cash. court-hous- - DuslnoBB Mnnagor. TIME CARD. I B5 A. T. Nunnelley. McUonERTii AStacki have started Soda Fountain and is as good as their ever L.IN. LOCAL Mall train solng North........ .. Houth..... ii Kiuirea strain" Houth.. vt ii ii Morh............ ........... M....-- U . ' IbJa.k. 08 15 r. m. r. k. made. WK will receive to day a very nlco of fani and parasols. Owsley A utli about 20 minute LOCAL The a.ova It calculated on standard time. taster, Holar Craig. My warehouse is complete and is stockLxn.)1ie.th'8 Kirilen Reed In bulk and ed full of buggies and machinery. All I ask from those who wish to buy is n call packages at Penny A McAllster's. and Jewelry repaired on ehor before doing so. I. Mao Bruce. Watches notice and warranted by Penny A McAHs The lamps are all in place now, but Boy the Haas Hog Ketaedy, the orW-aa- l they nre so scattered that by the time John and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - Xewland gels around putting them out in A complete stock of jewelry, latent the morning, he has to start to lighting ityle, llockford watches a ipecialty. Pen them for the following night. ny A McAllater. A letter was received here yesterday PERSONAL. stating that Mr. Strother Myers, who formerly lived In this section, died at his home Mrs Muody Harms U vUltlng In Parsons, Kansas. He has a number of friende in Lancaster. in and nearStanford. Mr. J. K. Uauohmam Ii vsry HI of relatives intlimmatory rheumatism. Wr. observe that one John B. Gray, who Tieit has been in the creamery business at TrenLAND. STOCK AND CROP Mrs. W. P. Tate baa gone on county. to relative in Ibyle ton, has swindled the company out of about Dancan Bros recently bought twelve The store and residence of A. O. Lewie Mrs. MunruY hai gone to Ksck Castle $2,000 and fled. Gray was around here head of r old mules in Blue-gras- s was burned at Gieenwood by incendiariea awhile and with his partner, Herbert, laid at $05 each. tpringi to spend the lummtr, Monticello Signal. Friday night; loss $1,600. Mr. Charles Bouom, of tbo West their plots to swindle our creamery compaBcroggan Brothers got a government The fishy story comes from WinchesEnd, ii the guet of Mr. 8. P. Btagg. ny, which the latter very successfully car- contract to furnish 100 mule4 at Louisville ter that S. B. Knight, engaged in digging Mimes Alice asd Ociavia Vowels, ried out. It seems that every locality that at $210 for wheel and $175 for swing mules. a post-bol- e struck a copper box, which on of Aodirton, county, are the gueats of Mrs. bit at the creamery bait got caught and The McCormick herd of Jerseys at examination was found to contain $1,233 75 W. T. Martin. like the company here they all feel that public sale at Chicago, made the average in gold and silver coin. Mrs. It. B. Mahomy, of Richmond, is they were suckers of the most idiotic vari- on five bulla $207, and GC cows and heifer J, HITf ADYIHTIBKSIHTS. spending a fo days with ber parent, Mr, ety. We were Individually caught to the $12440. and Mrs. A. K. Penny. tune of $300, tut we dare any other plauAn Iowa cattle grower has dehorned Mr. Jouh Hill, who is down with the sible yankee to attempt to bait us again. 125 cattle with no bad results, and regards DANK BTOCK- .-I will sell at auction in Stan- Jl) ford, June court day, ibares of malarial fsrtr, hiccoughed continually for It a creat economy. He thinks that horns Farrsere National Bank of6that place. atock In the Thomas S. The costliness of the cumbersome Inter- do $1,000,000 damage annually in Iowa rARjoif i, eianioru. la now (121.1m) 11 days, but ceased Sunday and e, nal Revenue system was well exemplified alone. Several large cattle sales were made in Cait. W. II. ErRADLiH wiltes that he day or two ago. A man at London wanted has resigned bis position as Chief Engineer to take 18 gallons of whisky out of bond. Nelson the past week. Mr. Lehman, of who in the firm ot Lehman A Bro., of Baltimore, I will Jell vr Ice to regular customers In 8tanford of the Chesapeake A Nashville, but does The collector had to be notified, and vicinity every rooming at turn notified General Storekeeper B. M. bought 100 head of cattle from J. H. Beam, give the reason. not One Cent Per Pound. Burdett, who lives at Lancaster. To go averaging about 1,200 pounds at $4.70 per Jim Dillioj, ''Old Crow," of Laocas. Accountadueat the close of each month, or ter, has developed into a beautiful paper thither and return took 130 miles of travel cwt. for 70 head, and $4 35 per cwt. for 30 wbrn rustomirqult. 122-- tr to Col. Welch's office as and the total expenie of the two day a' trip head, Mr. Lehman also bought 90 head hanger and refers n. e. coat the government, including Mr. Bur- - from Smith A A bell at per cwt. proof of the pudding. Mastebson Peytox was an applicant dstt's salary about 525. Representative Graves Bros., of Chaplin, sold to Tom PIANOS FOR SALE. for the Kanagawa, Japan, consulship, but Breckinridge's bill to reduce the number of Smith and G. M. Abell 10 bead of ship-pin- g belcattle averaging 1,650 pounds at $4.75 One iquare Piano, In a good atate of prettrra-Uo- d, Clarence Oreathouae, of California, late of Internal Revenue officers and provide a ter and more economical administration of per cwt. to be delivered any time within for 173; one eicellent Square, pries 1100; one Woodford, Ky., captured the plum. Upright, marly njw, II7S; one large Square Pithe revenue system, ought to be passed if two months. Record, Mn. W. B. McRoberts was honored ano, For Information call at this oflce or by being elected Secretary of the Kentucky the democrats are earns it in their desire to see Mr. 8. S. Mytri, 8Unford. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. reform. 1JM1 Pharmaceutical Association, the next ses- bring about retrenchment and Sir: 8. C. TJtVEnEART. sion of which will be held in Louisville. Grten and seasoned lumber of every A OENTLEMAN from Winchester, whose 67. Miss Rose Richards has opened a name we could not ascertain, had a close description for sale at bottom prices. Dill, HEMMING 4t eot, musical icatruraent agency in the post-cffi- ce call while attempting to ford the Hanging ion A Melvine, -- 1MLLOIVRMany who planted corn early in this and the sarage breasts of those who Fo-- k at the L. A N. railroad bridge Friday Examinations fail to gel the looked tor letters are soothed The ford la an exceedingly bad one at all vicinity are "furrowing out" and planting Prirato Phrenological hand on times and the stream being swollen by the again on account of the poor atabtl For a few dayi, at 'the Portman House, Stanford, with sweet melcdy, as she trirs her commencing May 12th. Hours of attendance from Mra. J. F. Holdam was strlckenNrlth 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. Terms for prlTate coniulta-tlo- u, instrument. instrument after rains at the time, the horse with bufgy 121-SO cents. Dr. Peyton received a telegram from attached, was soon floundering helplessly paralysis last Friday and Is so very low possiMrs. J. W. Hayden at Medicine Lodge, about. The man who never swam a lick that her recovery is thought hardly STRAYED OR STOLEN. Kansas, yesterday, telling him and other before in bis life, managed to make the ble. Reese Ward is the BiM of practical of the family to come at once to shore and the hore having gotten loose members jokers. Last week he told Dillion A A Gray Saddle Horse, the bedside of her huiband, who la extreme- from the buggy, also swam out. The ve- Melvine to send down and get a large load Sixteen bands high. A liberal reward will be ly ill of typhoid fever. As Mrs. Brown, his hicle was waahed down the stream and baa of fine hay, and Dan Hoi man should deglren for information leading to his whereabout. sister, was extremely ill of an ear trouble, not yet been recovered, nor has a new A. W. MOSTGOXERY, cide how much they should pay for it. he could not leave, but Mrs. W. G. Welch $20 saddle which was In it. As the ford is They sent Crab Orchard, Ky. their best team and Mr. Ward left by the afternoon train. on a public road it behooves thoie whose took to a field he had planted in corn, it duty It is to see to it that it is put in better where elder and briar roots were stacked up LOCAL MATTERS. condition than it is even in low stages of in shocks and loaded about three thousand water. 'Creau" Flour at Waters fe Riney's. Wm. Doering & Co.'s Moweri, Binde pounds of the roots on to the large A StaiRV two-yea- LANDKRTlf a fOTICES. arden Heeds at Mcltoberts There were 21 moonshiners and witness es from Harlan on tho Louisville bound train in charge of a deputy U. S. Marshal There will be religious worship at the next Lord' day at 3 o'clock, we are icqueated to say by a Christian brother. The Southern Methodist General Conference in Bession at Richmond, Va., is largely atteuded. The centenary committee reports having raised $1,882 773 for various church purports. The Christian church at Junction City will be dedicated the fifth Sinday in this month. Rsy. John . Sweeney, of Paris, witl preach the dedicatory sermon. Revs. Green Les Surber, ol Mt. Sterling, nnd John Shouse, of Lexington, will also be preeent. The Board of Trustees of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, located In Louisville, met at Montgomery, A!s , and voted to add $30,000 to the building fund and $100,000 to the endowment fund. The total aueta of the Institution are now a mlllicn of dollars The Southern Baptist Convention in session at Montgomery, Ala., has 600 delegates In attendance from M 8tates, rep resenting over 14 000 churches and nearly 2,000,000 members. The Rev. Dr. Mtll, Chancellor, of Georgia, was elected President for the twelfth time. J. Lansing Burrows is Chief Secretary. e In due time a full democratic ticket with perhaps a few exceptions will be in tho field. Some very strong men are being talked about in connection with the vari ous olnces. But in the race for sheriff there will probably not be any democratic candidate. There are two republicans for that office and the democrats will likely support one of them. I wish to say a few words through the columns of your paper to the voters of Rockcastle county. In the race for county judige A. J. Pike is the democratlo candidate. Last October in the court of claims, quite a contest was made over the proposition to allow the county judge and jailer their attorneys' fees in tho case of Thompson A Wallace against them for illegal imprisonment. The proposition finally carried with only three dissenting votes out of fourteen, and of this three A. J. Pike, the present candidate for county jidg) on the democratic side was one. This Btitement iimade on my own personal knowledge and can be proven if it should be necessary. Some designing per son or persons arc circulating through the county a report that Mr. Pike voted to al low those (ees. i denounce tnis report as false and malicious and is only circulated for the purpose of doing injury to an honest man, Mr. Pike is the regular nominee of the democratic party, and the preterit indications are that he will be elected by a handsome majority. WALL PAPER 2 WALL PAPER I WALL Trininicil and Rcntly for Use, ul PAPER! M'ROBERTS & STAGGr'S. A few more N. Y. Seed IRISH POTATOES! Which will be sold low, at T R. WALTON'S. . ICE! ICE! ICES! A Splendid Variety of Gardeen Seed in Bulk and in Papers. barrow. Can be found at 5. T. R. 'WALTON'S. CAIEDGOOD J. s &HER GROCERIES Of best kinds, at T. 121-l- m R WALTON'S. Main & Somerset Sts. . B. HAXIRIS, Ag't ers and Reapers, hay-fram- of the most delightful social events and covered them over with a little Pore of the season was the entertainment at Mr. bay and sent them to Joe Mel vine's stable Richard Cobb's, given by Miss Lula where Joe ordered them unloaded and the See Wearen & Menefee before selling in honor of her charming guest, man who says hay to Dillion & Melvine your wool. Miss Maggie Chenault, of Mt. Sterling, all now had better wear a breast-platPotato, tomato and cabbage plants for who attended reporting a royal time. Miss John A. Haldeman, of the Courier Lula was indefatigable in her efforts to Journal, spent & couple of days last week at sale. O J. Newland. make each of her guests happy and suc CO. Springs, John 8haw EJmlaton is flower pots almost at cost to German mlllbt at Melcalf A Foe-ter'- One Crab Orchard, - - Kentncky. 114-- 4 Mc-Kin- m H. C. . RTJPLEY, MERCIIAXT TAILOR. I hate recelred and still receiving e. The Stanford Woolen Mills. Highest Market Price Paid for Wool. Wa ire bow rtrenared to manubcturo wool for manner. Aaweauall make a farmtTslnthe ipecialty of CUdTOM WORE thUuMn, we solicit wool to ba made into Blanket, Jean, Unaer, stocking yarn, Flannel, uou. ac Ac We will keep comtantly on hand a stock of goods which ws will exchange for wool on terms Wool bought at the market price. Prices for manufacturing when wool Ufurniih-e- d are aa follows.' Carding and (pinning, lC'c; Beautiful dose out. T. R. Walton. We guarantee the Proctor Knott patent flour. Metcalf & Foster. Wk are selling and see us goods at cost now. Metcalf A Foster. Come evening, Call Strawberries and net first of the aeaaon. 8. S. Myers TnuNKs. We have a lot of trunks on hand that we will sell as greatly reduced prices. Owsley & Craig. Oki of our bankers tells us that within the last three yeare over $250,000 in cash capital has left the Stanford precinct for Western investment. euloTnr Somerset bar passed highlyOwsley, Judge M. II. gistic resolutions on bewho hid his last oourt there lait week fore his term of office expires. MaMn. W. D. Dye writes that Francis week from the rion Vaught, who died lait eflects of a wound inflicted by Josiah made a request that his slayer should not be punished. Sin-gletoT M Open-ln- g I will have my annual Summer and Saturday, on Thursday, Friday May 13, 14 and 15. A cordial invitation is given to the ladies to call and examine my etock. Miss Suwade Beatley. .fnK'i mt Frfdav nlcht with Miss Sallle VanDeveer and were entertained In addition to the most handsomely. there were several young regular members ladles, who are visiting hero from other be points, present. The next meeting will Tennlngton, Friday night with Miss Sabra of week. These gatherings are the source to the young people and much pleasure are very beneficial, socially speaking. -- ceeded most admirably, ihat tbo supper waa a real banquet goes without saying, the well known skill of the family in culinary matters settling that in advance. The table was loaded down with good things and if It didn't groin, as most well regulated tables do on such occasions, it waa not for a lack of sumptuous viands, profuse in amount and beautiful in arrangement. Among the ladlea present were Misses Sabra Pennington, Sillie VanDeveer, Lucy Bur ton, Mildred Lewis, Mary Brown, Diisy Burnside, Sue Rout, Annie Alcorn, Mary Reid, Ida Prewitte, Bettie Harris, Ella and Gatis Givens, Lena Lackey, Lizzie Bright, Ellen Ballou, L'zzle Carter and Alllo Hubble. The gentlemen were Dn. Foster, Reid and McClure and Messrs, J. S. Hocker, J, T. Craig, M. Peyton, J. II. Baughman, R, G.Hail, W. E. Varnon, W. M. Bright, Bailey Hill, Tom Rsbinron, Judge T. P. Hill, Jr., John Bright, Love Lillard, nugh Porter, Prof. A. Rogers, Luther Giyens, Caarley Crow, Bowen Givens, Robert Gaines, Wallace McKlttrlck, Richard Denny, Will Hubble, Humphrey Ballou, John Foster, Sam Harris and others whose names can not be recalled. p. : vf &? longing to taste ol war. They have been some time and Friday sent to the front for Twenty-fou- r last they had their hopes realized. command of theOi!ey Biflea under ordered to of Lt. W. J. Klnnaird were the company in Greenwood to relieve A. rharce there. As our own Corporal W. duty's call, wo are Burdett aoewtred to minus our mual Lancaster report got a The Lancaster boys have at last be home on a visit from Florida, and gives a most encouraging account of those who located there last winter from here. Geo. L. Jones is home from Kentucky Military Institute. J. A. McRaberts, Jr., of Stanford, has bsen up here shying around one of our many pretty girls. Lieut. James Bwope, late of the U. S. revenue service, is here "swinging on the gate." She is not engaged. Jim, for she fell out with me for saying she was. Mies Ellen Ward is visiting relatives and dear, dear friends in Livingston. Mr. Wo. Ward and littee daughter, Cora, of Paint Lick, spent Sunday in Crab Crcbard. Mr. Sandlfer, of Somerset, came up Saturday to find that "the half had not been told" of the beauty of our girls. Mrs. Parish, of the Preachersville neighborhood, is by the bedside of ber sister, Mrs. Bottle Djores Holdam. Dr, Joe B. Graham la in Louisville, where he went to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Gov. Bramlette. We are promised a wedding to chronicle soon; one too the gorsips "wot not of." Eb. Kennedy was here last Saturday shaking hands very much like a winning candidate. Mrs; Eliza Singleton, of Tennessee, is visiting the friends ot her late husband here. Mrs. Higglns and her UARRIAOES. popular daughter, Mlsa Bettie, of GreenRev. G. W. Perryman, of Osrcnton, wood, Tenn., are here for a few days. Mr. Ky., and- - the pretty Mis Sallle Waters T. N. Roberts, of Mt. Vernon, was here will be married at the residence of Mr. G. Sunday, pleading for bis morning at R. Waters, in Bayle, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 10) o'clock. was married Managed by Jno. B. Fish. ' Mr, Henderson Hawkins week to Miss Mary Berge, a pretty, litOats look promising; wheat and rye last Mr. "Dink," girl. tle 18year-oI- d do not look bo well. but 35, has been married three times, The town corporators aro now in full which proves that he is unusually win- blast. Look out for "breakers." ning in his ways. Mrs. Sarah Brown, wife of James The wedding Infection seems to bo Brown, died last Thursday. She was bur-i- id nreadinc. now that the President has eet at Friendship church burial ground the example by becoming engaged, Tho Saturday, lateet convert Is Controller Durham, who Under a town ordinance all the busila said to have been captured by a bewitchness houses in town are closed on Sunday. ing widow, and that she will soon lead the Not eyen a drink pf whiiky can be attainController to the altar. The announceed on that day. ment of the engagement has caused considThe town officers struck a buzz saw Baltimore American Wash- when they had Cnthia Fry arrested for erable talk. ington Correspondent. using abusive language. Some people aro bulldozed the Bold to Lshninn A so unkind as to siy she Hayden A Gentry "shebang," whole Bro., 100 slop cattle at 4 cent?. bt New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising the best in the market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Mono in City or Country. Jeans, 23c Carting, spinning and weatlng varaing, ipinninganu wealing wmu iinsej, wc lll-l- H. JOK Give Mo a Trial. O. IRTjriFIL.E-'S'- . THOKAS 1). BjIKIT. Jt. JiATTISGLV, Pro'r, A NEW F. WATERS. Buggy & Implement House. I will la a few daja open a WATERS & R ANE Y MAIZff Candles, Banannas, Oranges, Full Lino of Agricultural ments, Imple- STREET, -- QROOEBS, H Come with the tide to us for- STAMFORD. Sugar, CoSeo. With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines at the head. Alio a fall Line Alwaya on ot Buggies and Wagons Im- bard. In connection with my plement bualneu, I will also carry Coiupleto Stock of Lumber, Lemons, Dates, rig. Raisins, Preserve. Jelly, Cooo, Bplce, nnamon. Cakoa, VSgngggQF DHL. Flour, tfeal. Bacon, Lard, Butter, Egg, Potatoes, Mackerel, Syrup, Both rough and drrsaed. Prlcea on everything at Canned Good, Pine Apple, CJorea, Molasses, Cheese, Isow 112-- 1 as any one. Ileipctfdlly, solicit a ihare of your patronage Prunes, it I. 31. BRUCE. Baker Cbocolat" Dried A Fruit 1 1 Bill.Vm HiiH KWLKiTiaiiKijHHiBf tiH sUM s PPle Butter, ' Oratna. uominy, M in' n fswl ' sW fcflisaM KeLIH ssSssmI Bean, BjJIaHiFsaHBssMHHH'' Kraut, Sardines, Dried Peaches, Pickle, Col( BOUENE heart-brok- ! to announce to hi The editor 1 readers that Nom D. I'lume, who wrot Dr. Bourne'a lunny adTertliement, la dead. The i,na mnnln nald htm for wrtttns tblt column brought on toltenlng ol the brain and he died of too much tmartnei. Dr. Bourne i determined, however, to glrehls customer the benefit of tbti large salary In price , Besides selling u Seed Br die. Whir. Wson oear, etc., etc.. manutacturea lor us by the podu ar firm of w. R. .i Son. Country Vroduec ot every description wanted. Remember that we buy and sell lust low a any firm possibly can, unleea they carry on butlneaa for pleaiuro and tbat ta a (act we desire especially to reiterate, empbaslie and ltupret upon tbo mind of an Intelligent public. We Gl'ARANTKKwrtlre satisfaction, always, and deliver all gooda anywhere In or within a few miles of Stanford or oar suburban city of Hoirlaml. WATERS .6 RAXEV. r.rn J. NEWTON CRAIG, Jr., Saleaman. iltdieina Fancy Articles, Tbilct Goods, Mu Spectacles, Instruments, Jcvxlry, "Dolls, Lamps, Fishing ladle, Sponges, Knives, Paper Blanh BooU, Stales, Ammunition, Dyt Stuffs, Qlass, Mix. td Taints, Brushes, KarntsAcs s Drug titore, allot Everything kept In a which 1 new, fresh and auperlor, he ha on hand a iloxetl Bachelors, aud will furnish any good looking lady who deals with htm with cholcoofthelot. Watch this column for Hit of name, or call at lie Merchandise, Wall Paper, JJa-tor- s, flrit-clai- Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Bourne's New Drug and Book Store. XiBE tT. HCFJFMAN, Offlce 8outh ilds Main Btrest, two door sbovi tbs Myers Hotel! rnrelSltrou Oxtds Oa administered when re- aUROXlON DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. quired, B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. : 'ysr'wj- '- tllllh'l"" I1u.iw mm 7J. HUSTONVILLEJJNCbLN Sei-8HttUj!Snltrior COUNTS FOR OOUQHO AHO ORo.jP Ul loanra! THE SUM OF LIFE. Do you think when God shall gather her A NEGLECTED RELIC. THE MONUMENT ON THE SITE OF THE PENN TREATY TREE. The Trouble n I'nrtj- of Tourist II nil to Discover It "Down on Heach Street. Somewhere" rouud nt Last A Target for Ilrlckbats Inscriptions. A party of tourists from Cbicngo started cut the other morning to see the city. One of them salJ, quoting a lino from Shakespeare: back, Reach out and take her to Himself again, Up out of the dusty and desolate track, That all that U'wretchod and wrong will remain' My friend, come, listen! He made her so; He made her feet, and He made tho road. His purposs In making no man may know-- He made, but man may lighten tbo load. You say scars That rude men mako on tho blackboard now Shall still stand out liko a night of stars, When kind Doath, kneeling, shall kiss her browf Xayl nay as surely as you aro born, I tell you that God shall take hor again; As fair and w bite as that fair first morn He set ber feet in bcr path of pain! Ills band to the high blackboard shall reach, And backward, nnd forward, again nnd ngaln, Shall sweep as a teacher vtho loves to teachj Till not one error in tbo sum remain. Manuel do Leyono in Frank Leslio's. THE PLEASURES OF THE "PASEO." that tho marks and tho merciless "Shall wo go and seo tho relics of this townr aud tU9 othora said yes. Chief Clerk Cormack told them how to go to Independence hall, the Historical society's building and several other places of Interest to strangers, whose archives aro stored with musty parchments and paintings of departed heroes. After visiting tho rooms of the Historical society tho tourists went to. Independence hall, aud while there a relic of William Perm's timo, with n, card nnnouno ing briolly its history, referred to the treaty irith tho Indians at tho great elm treo of Kensington. Profossor Woodward inquired of the ancient koepor of the Independence Hall museum tho way to the siot where Venn mado the famous dicker with the Indians. The museum keeper scratched bis whlto head and stroked bis grizzled beard, but tho cmeitlon was too much for him. Hfi knew that the landmark was up in Kensington, but ho didn't know exactly whera Tho tourists were a little surprised at tbo lack of the mueum keeper's knowledge regarding the relics of the late Mr. Venn and started out on the street. TOWN OX BEACH STREET, SOMEWHERES. Jonquln Sillier Writes of Mexico's Hand-aoui- o When they got to Fifth and Chestnut streets they aikod old "Uncle Dan," tho o81cer, but all he could say was "up At Fourth in Kensington somowhore." street Reserve Ofllcer Stout told them to take a red car on Third street aud to tell tho conductor whoro they wantod to go. It was car No. 5, and as the conductor jerked ho said, "All right" The car the was crowded and tho tourists hung to the land-strap- s during the whole journey. When tho car reached Second and Brown streets four old fat womou with big baskets full of provisions camo out of the Second Htreet market nnd got on the car They crowded inside next to the tourists. Their baskets smelted of l'.sh. After hanging to the straps for fifty minutes tbo conductor announced, as tho car reached the Port Richmond depot, "Chango cars for Brides-burg.'- " bell-stra- p Horses anil Graceful Hitlers. The Spaniard is tho truo and only cavalier. Ho was born on horseback. Tho cavalier of Virginia "is only a weak imitation." But let us leave the post and look at the wooded and watered paseo before us. Of course, hundreds prefer carriages on the great drive under the tress to Cbapulto-pe- c And I never taw so many carriages in a city of less than a halt a million souls s before. The only real, thing for a man to do, however, is to get a horse and ride liko a truj .cavalier to! the costlo ot first-clas- Moatezuma. "We want to go to the Penn monument," said ono of the tourists, meekly, as tho conductor savagely hustled one of the fat women oir tho platform. -Sa, Billy, whoru's the Penn monument?" asked tuu .. :i luctor of the driver. "Down ou i.ach street, somewhere," said tho driver. TThe conductor told tho tourists they would have to go back again the way they came about half way. They got la another red car, No. S.5, nnd rode for twenty minutes. The conductor told them to get otf at Palmer street and walk to Bench stre.'t They found Beach street and on iron foundry, a. shipyard, nnd n lumber yard. After ten minutes the tourists found a little monument hidden between a pile of boards Mid half buried beneitu an old fence that blew down three or four years ago. "Can this be the monument!" 'asked Profossor Woodward in astonishment One of tbo others shook bis head so!oumly and said: "I guess it is. Lut it's a Ci0." hard-lookin- g A TARGET FOR LOOSE COBBLESTONES. Several natltes of the land of catfish and pepperpot, commonly known as Fishtown, i tared from tho other side of the way at the strangers, who stood looking ou the weather-stainepost of marble; A ero playing ball to the crowd of boys right of the lumber yard and ono of them yelled to his companions: "Say, fellers, look at the guys lookin' at Billy Venn's tombstone." The ball ploying was suspended while the gamins took a look at the tourists. A watchman In an iron foundry who happened along said that nobody over lojkod at the monument "It's a target for all the Ioosj cojdjlestones and brickbats around here," he said Tho monument's appearance verified what the watchman said. The tourists didn't stay long; tbero wasn't much to seo but a neglected marble monument, a broken-dowboard fence, a pile of lumber and a soction of iron fence patched with old telegraph wire, thtt i?paratod tho little plot of ground from well-dresse- d d roally not the ability, to do justice to the handsomo horses and most gra of ul horsemen. Bnt if I tell you that I gallui.oi from tho Rate of the city to Chnpulteje; yesterday with n Mexican whose saddle and bridlo alono cost $3,030 you can begin to imagine that there is some display of wealth on the popular poseo. Hundreds of horsemen, hundrods of carriages. These graceful men havo their hats in their bands most of tho time. For they meet many carriages with ladles, and their natural politeness koops them uncovered in the presence ot ladles. Bo- sides that, they ore mostly young, and have fine tumbled and glossy heads of hair. A splendid band plays In tho crescent that doubles about the group representing Columbus and the sciences; and the whole distance to the castle from the city Is at certain hours in the afternoon ablazo with beauty and gny colors. And you must know, too, that not noarly all of this Is Mexican. Hero are many foreign legations, foreign merchant of much wealth, many travelers nnd all that So you see this display of wealth and beauty, with its border of flowers on either sldo, Its Lauds of music, itidenso and stately treoi, is rather cosmopolitan after nil. The salutations are in French, as a rule. And as my French Is rather ram id, I gallop hard and see something n tbo other sido of tho pasoo when about to moet somo pretty lady who expects to to spoken to. The price of a ridel Really I havo hardly been ablo to find out You sea I knew my Mexicans In California. And these tawny, fellows havo good memories for their r al friends. But I am told a good horse costs about $2.50 for the afternoon. A lady from ew York who is hero with her husband for the winter, told me, however, that they pay for two horses, by taking them three times each week only $1 por day each. Joaquin Miller's Mexico Letter. room, i I hate not School Trustees will bear in mind that district elections are ordered for the first Saturday in June and notify their districts accordingly. The Hustonyllle mill has been sold privately to E. S. Powell for the gross amount of $3,500. It Is understood that the original stockholders lote about nil their shares. Yesterday was a sort of gala day among the church people in the West. Fourchurch bells ringing at once and In unison, in one small village, speaks well for the moral culture of the West. The returned delegates eceni to bring pleaoant memories of the recent meeting of the Medical Association held at St. Louif. Those we have seen have returned untainted anrtarentlr by any revolutionary idea and manifesting no disposition to "strike.'' Q. F. Peacock and Eb Kennedy have been visiting Crab Orchard -t- he latter for the purpose of extending his personal acquaintance and topographical knowledge, the former probably with a view to revivcJi-ficing pleasant memories and reconstruct day". built by fancy In more romnntic The jury summoned to determine damages In the case of trustees of colored district No. 12 v. Jas. Robinson fcr the right to a building site on his preniUea failed to agree. The law on the subject will probably prove a failure in erery ccn tested ewe. The moat powerful objection against the operation of the law could be removed by restricting such premise for school purposes exclusively. As long as the possibility remains of using the echool house for religious or other publio assem blies- -it will be Impossible to get damage ceased low enough to be within the reach of the applicants. ts INDIGESTION To strengthen tho stomach, create an nppctltc, nnd remove tho horrlblo depression and despoudency which result from Indigestion, thero U nothing so cfTcctlvo m Aycr's Pills. Thcso Pills contain no calomel or other poisonous drug, net directly on tho digestive aud assimilative organs, and restore health nnd strength to tho cntlro system. T. V. Bonner, Chester, Va., writes: "I have mod Aycr's 1111 ior tho past 30 year., and nm satNflcd If It I should not havo been nllvo had not becu for them. They y, SJECOXB sfEWEL! Sfer -- This fins combined stslllon will make the season of 1&S0 at my stable, near Hhelliy City, In Lincoln county, oa tbo Shelby City and Knob Lick turnpike road, at $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure a Oolt, Description and PedlgreoSccond Jewel Is a blood bay, with black mane and tall, 19 hands S Incbea hlxb, with fine style and action. He Is 5 yean old this Spring, was sired ey Lewis Cunningham's Jewell, baby tho famous old Washington First dam Minnie, br McDoiald'a 2d dam by Wells' Crusader; 3d dam by a son of Datjr Crockett; 4th dam by n raluablo nldisd. die mare, pedlgrr unknown. Mr. 11. C. I'arsln'a Old Minnie, dam of Second Jowel, was premium animal, from a colt to an agod mire. Hseond Jewtimes and wore the el baa beon shown twenty-fou- r tid only twice, slick tie twenty-twlie wads ten snows last ssason at l)inllle, KlchuionJ and Lexington and Klrksvllle, wcro ten blue ribbons. fasturage will be furnished marrs at reasonable rates. Parting with marcs forfeits tho iusuranco. Ltcn retained oa all colts until service charge are paid. I will als) stand at ths saiut stables tho flnejack Ken-mar- k. Hal-cortlmcs-deleie, Cured mo of Dyspepsia when nil other remedies failed, and their occasional use has kept iiw In a healthy condition over since."' L. X. Smith, Utlca, X. Y., writes: "I havo used Ayef s Vllls, for Liver trouble nnd Indigestion, n good many years, nnd havo always found tlicm prompt nnd efficient In their nctlou." Hlchnrd Xorrlf, Lynn, Mns., writes : "After much suffering, I havo been cured of Dyspepsia nnd Liver troubles cs " 'CET CV ,::'0'XjiZLa3ESX33V ' rfyfflrT . kr -- A (tn I ( it firtd r- iKiiitint " - !.i i t v frtm str tMtfiateio mill urtimi U the Sifctra Situ rpiolrt i&it loowu itf thifirTy ntralef lit illa In l"i slX fir'"!! . BLACK HAWK! Ucheshlgb. lie was sired by Caldwell's Younj lllsckllawk, he by Velocipede, he by Itobsrt son's Sim Dion, baby Imp. Mammoth, Ills dam was by StlBill'a Hlack Hawk; 2d dim wn raised by, Btllrs Maxwell ana was an imponru jm.. 107-V. T. HAXDIiUJK. Bbflby Uty, Ky, tf itl ssl pt.iubl. Aii ,i M 'iii"i"i a,mrUi TrillinAtlanta.rrlei, t. WALTER A. TAYLOR, Oa ' M l sq i. fi in 4niriiiiriiii, tr mmi ''mi annHr v tt Snr Gcw 4s rni4y for C:iitl. Cma, m. - o fl, mtfabrit rretp mSQ4 vltS tbl SilltRff eti ul Mlinfulnlor nirs rurtfd with, lilick Hawk3 Is a coal black 6 jssrsodthls Unrlng, 14 hands At titf tolniureallTO colt, money duo when the " . ' tat n'iii' CSIUna TmuvIsi. rtrislibx n.murj mlHPcaLrmtiar cokpul By Using Aycr's Vllls. They havo douo mo moro good than nuy other uicdiclno I havo ever taken." John Burdctt, Troy, Iowa, writes: "For nearly two years my llfo was rendered mlsorablo by tho horrors of Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded wo ouly temporary relief, nnd 1 bccanio reduced Iu flesh, nnd very much debilitated. A friend ot mine, who had been similarly nflllctcd, rnhlscd mo to try Aycr's Vllls. I did so, and with tho happiest results. My food soon ceased to distress me, my nppctltc returned, and I became ns strong aud well m ever." Uoth lor sale by Dr. M.L. UOUUNi:, Htanfori DH. W. Vermont Danville pike, at Hambletonian. necneary, Offlce on Lancaster street, text door to Iirta-aio- a OOce loun horn 8 toll a. JocRMALoOlce. it. and 1 to S r, at, Antltbetlcs admlulitered wber 154-- 1 HmTU 6TANFOUDD, KY, Xontlist, 1J. PHMIfr, yr.) XThls fine stallion will maka the soason ot 181 at my p'ace, tune miles Irom Slmford on tte Htantord & Abdallah Gloncoo jjg ! Manufacture of Spurious Itranilles. The Republlrme Francaiso says: "Thero is an article on the markets of this city (Paris) and throughout Franco to which we ilesiro in the most earnest mannor to call the at tention of the sanitary authorities of tho Republic. It is a liquid preparation for the express purpose of tho falsification of genuine and the manufacture of spurious brandies. Its name, as expressed on tho labels of thi b!uo flasks In which it comes into trade, Is hullo essentielle do lie de vin (essential oil of the lees of wine. A sample of it seized by the sanitary police and analyzed at tho municipal laboratory shows that its base is castor-oi- l which haj been subjected to the Under ths caption. "A German Poison," Gen. Cordon's Speech at Here, amid the prayers and hope the asnirations and apprehensions of a proud, people, was btave, free and freedom-lofirepublic, destined to christened the young only four jcare of meteoric life bb a nation, but to an eternity "of rtnotn Here tho Chief Erecutlve of that young republi- cits first and its last President called by the united voice of the representatives ol his people, modestly but firmly assumed the stupendous responsibility oi his high office. I may be pardoned, even in his presence, a brief allusion to two meaiort ble occasions the only two upon which it was my privilege to meet him from 1SC1 to lS6o. These occasions illustrate the very climax in the antithesis ot fortune The one was in victory, the other in detest. On the one be was a President; on tho other a prisoner. Oa the one occasion he rede with lofty bearing on the battle-fie- ld of the first Manassas, the constitutional of a victorious armj; commander-in-chi- ef on the other be lay incarcerated in Forlrefs Monroe, the vicarious euflerer far bis vanquished people. Of these two scene, the one in the Fortress was more profoundly impressive. It les:n is of inestimable value to the young men of our country. To my mind, great and grand as he was in the hoar ol his motspIen3id triumph, he was greater and grander still in hour ol his deepest humiliation. And when alienations and bitter memories are gone, when the crucial test of historical aualyBia shall ba fully, fair!; and truthfally made then his name and his fame, bis conspicuous services to the country before the war, his uunvalled State papers and manly utterances during war, and his moral elevation and matchless fortitude as prisoner of State after the war, will command universal retpect and challengo unequalified admiration. Montgomery.' ng Ayer's Pills, rilEPAimD BY DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, JfajJ. For sale by all DruIsts. Ayer's CherryPectoral Should b? kept constantly ut hand, for uso In emergencies of the household. Many a mother, startled In tho night by the omluous coundi of Croup, finds the llttlo sufferer, with red and swollen face, gasping for air. In such cacs Ajcr's Cherry Vcctoral Is invaluable. Mrs. Kmma Gedmy, ISO West 123 U, Xcw York, writes: "While In tho couutry, last winter, my little boy, three years old, was taken ill with Croup; it seemed ns if he would die from strangulation. Aycr's Cherry Vectoral was tried In small and frcejucut doses, nnd, iu less than half an hour, the llttlo patient was brent hint; easily. The doctor said that the Vcctoral II. saved my darling' life." Mrs.-ChaLaudon, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Ayer's Cherry Vcctoral Gilt Edge & Silver King The noted breeder, will make tbe season ol IS'C at my stable 2.S mlUi south of Huilonvllle, on thellustonvlll and Lib! " Mirk, foaled In erty turnpike. AUJilUh IT. bands high, by William Welch, by (ilenre Is by Jo Elmo. -- , ISSI.ilxtoen ' "m-Ilrsdyke'a Hambletnntan; lit dam KaU by dill's No. SIM); trial 2 2' rec-f- f j JJr Vermont; 2J dam niaek dwan by JMm'a York. 1 . iaw uam uy imp. lorasnirr; lo D.C. a, record 2 2Sf, ciuii ui sblre, Wagner, by imp. Wagner; 4th dam Kmllr Hjk1 it). U B. SOM for t't.boo.) IUvlew2M.j, Lycurgus 2 VC Tint by Imp. Leviathan; Oth dam by I'ackolet, fithdam 2 S3 and Mart Wakefield, pacer, trial by Urandrlver; ?th dim br Maryland I'brrnlx, damMalUefi. by Willie V. (by foreigner by Cunninghams 8th dam by Hannibal, uih dam by tillky, by 1'ow-- Imp. (llenro.JId dim IWttleC I8 KmllT Breed In Bruce's Stud llook. Vol. Copier Ilottom, 3d dam Minerva Uunrat by Imp. lluiurd. Jo Klmo by Ht. Umo, Ho. 27 by Alex1, page 8). Vermont Hambletonlan Is a very with nne style ana noni, gooa action ander's Aldillib 18, by Itysdyk's Hambletonlan tired William Welch, with tirlvato word of S3.n, Ho. It); JooHlmo's 1st dam by Mambrluo tleutn-ge- r. Wl tile D.'t dam by Starlight, by Cherokee, Vermont being a grand son of llysdjke' Habibie-Ioniathe grandwl sire living, and TJIll'a Ver. by Imp. I'lansor. AHillih Olenro's colls am combined, backed br thorough bleed, ought kind, fine and large and go.d movers, totb In mont harnosi aud under Ibe saJdle. I bare ono of bis to mike afino stock hone. I will a'so stand at the lame place a fine Jsck, that with very Utile handling trotted a V, In 40 sec.; also another tbtt wit at promlilng, but owImp. VIclsw. ibs-t- i ing loan accident bat never been trained. Titos. lllenco, although a nstural raddle Lortv, trotted a full mile on alOiec. slow track In 2 45. with six weeks or two inontbt' handling, timed by II Tope, of Itojlc county. Mr. 1', says be could how a 2 30 gilt any time. Call and s e lay ttotk before brco ling elsewhere, and save meoey, for he possesses some ol tbe Wit runmug and trotting croura In txlittnc. He I a lesut lut bruwn, 15', hindi high (gilding umiure) luitrlir bene anil murtle XLd stands fur tte small sum of $15 to Insure a in Foal. Moro iSi3 1. tr bold-goin- i till b norm: us. nomsHox. $10 tbo Season or $12 50 to Insure. I will alio Hand my AneJ&rk, beautiful bay, 18 ban.li 3 Inches high stand at satuo plice a flue Jack, flrrd b; Hiibble's Denmark, known as On Time, l'lrstdtin Mollla Mountaliy Labble's lxington, 2d dam by Young America, ha br Taylor's Mrs 31 dam br Miller's Denmark, whlrh gives ) hsndt 3 Inches him a ifouU emit tf the Utt tojjlt itxk in Iht tnrtt: At fine to Inture. atHe It ISalyle a a borse.high, bone and much lie o( wltn 4th dim bjjlm Hell, oreof ibotol n aad a brrtdtr an-- l hla day; Siti dam a noted Pad He mare brought tta StO. HaveMmi llirrnof kli wlllirrveJenuett at from Irglnla, pedigree unknown Jennett that They will mike tbo hmo of 1M at J V. Kir-rl- ', tolli from parted with do honor to any Jark due Marrs readers the rnon one uillo from btanlord on Ibe llustonvllln Tboeo who eave traded mirei bre.1 lut seasen ar pike. (Hit i'Aie Is a dark brown, IS bands high, 4 rrrolndol tbat my money It due an! mn-trl- . years old tlm Spring and will itand at Care taken to prevent aeildinti, but net rcipou- il bin should any occur. $10 to Insure a Llring Colt. iio-i- i v. n. Kg, i. Silver King will be limits to IS mares, at the nine rite, lie It 3 years old this Spring. ! a McELROY, first-ela- n Will also Mainbrino King, Will make the soaion of Saved My Life, and nlso the life of my llttlo son. As he Is troubled with Croup, I dare not bo without tbl remedy In the house." Mrs. J. Greg's, Lowell, Mas., writes: "3Iy children have repeatedly taken Aycr's Cherry Vcctoral for Coughs nud Croup. It gives Immediate relief, followed by cure." Mrs. 3Iary E. Evans, Scranton, Va., writes : "I have two llttlo boys, both of whom have been, from infancy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. Abou. six mouths ago we began using Ayer's Cherry Vectoral, and it acts like a charm. Iu a few minutes after the child takes It, ho breathes easily and rest well. Every mother ought to know what a blessing I have found In Aycr's Cherry Vcctoral." Mrs. AVm. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., writes : "In our family, Ayer's medicines have been blessing for many years. In cases of Colds and Coughs, we take I8SC at mr liable. 3 mllis At $S to Iniure coll, money due at weaning time. from Crab Ocuird on tbe lie is a blown Jack wltb white points, 3 jparsold wau uicnard A Lancaitcr In June, 13 nandi high. He was ilrrd by Alkln'a turnpike, at Klni Wllllsm and hp br King 1'Mlllp; his nrtt dam a Ulack istln Jennet, sbs sired by Phil12.r,o to Insnrc a - nd lip and he by King I'ollllp: his dim by Tft Mum CiilJck Is a Urge grey. MoroOiSll lit In ij Colt, 110-J. K. C J. It. FAltJIMH. Or 10 the season. Mam- brlna Klnr. Jr.. ! IR tf tian.l-1,1- STEVE "WALKER, Jr., 1. DaiiYille Wilkes ft ! Will make the reason of at my Livery Htahle In Stanford, Ky., and wilt lo permitted to serve a limited number olua-e- i at 1858 t!fx Ueach street Tho column which marks the spot whore the great elm tree stood is about six feet iigh. On the four sides aro the.--e inscrip- Treaty Ground of William Indians, lOS'i tions: "William Penn. born tho Venn Society 1014, died 1718;" Bucklen's Arnica Salve. action of nitric acid, and afterward etberi-fle- d with a mixture of ethyl!?, aniylic, and SWe in th. world lor Cuts. Bruises The best methyl I'.' alcohols. Tho label states that 13ft Sore., Salt Bheuoi, Fever Sotes. Tetter, Chapped grams 'four ounces) of the oil mixed with Hands. Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, the proper quantity of beet-rospirits nd posltlTelj cure Piles, or no pay required. I. -, (alcohol from the le?t-root- ) will mako a is guaranteed to gue penecv sauuuu, i a. barrel of line cognao brandy." Tho Ar- refundKt, Fnee -- - ceois pot ..". For sale by gonaut Penny A Mcallster. .. dered. A D. frr, to ilark the of the Great Kim Tree;" "Venusyl--anlFounded 10S1 by Deeds of Veace." The tourists related their experience in in the corridor of the Glrard bouse at night andwondered that tho monument bad been io neglected, was so obscure and so little known. Commissioner Dixey wa3 asked If tbo site belonged to the city and bo said it did not Vhlladelphia Times. Kite L'nbroueu Faith," "Via. eel by Veun and the A a, Ta'klng of fifihtlng in general," Dcmpsey added, "the great m stake with most fighters Is their over anxiety to swing their right I wait t.n til my man is a lltUe.Ured and winded. Then be can't got ,awayirso ntitrL-- nnrl ivhf n I I'uclltst In n I'icht. ft.-e- A 'Woman 'Who Kept Coul. Crossing tho Atlantic once, and talking vitb the surgeon of my ocean steamer, I was told by him that in bis wide experience be uad fouud women, on tbo whole, cooler than aien in else of disaster at sex He told me of eao occasion when they expected that tho vessel would ultimately sink, and he told the ene woman on board to romalu a low min-ntin tho cabin with ber children, because they would be In the way on clerk, be promising to call them in ample time for safety. When bo went below all was so quiet in tho rabin that be thought they must have gone elsewhere, but ho found the mother fitting oa the sofa with the throo children around her telling them stories in a low voice to them stitl. All were carefully dieted in their warmest clothes, with everything tied carefully about them, roady for any emergency. She aUo bad a small hand-ba(tacked with a few essentials, and a pillow-fas- ') filial wUh ship bread, and securely tie 1 at tho top, Ou bis expressing surprise at the last piece of tboughtfulness, she said she bad been shipwrecked once betore, and that a whole g tue chance ot getting It In (hat I would if ho were fresh and on the nlertTfor it I had to laugh at f orae of ths accounts of tho Th.-fight said that at one timo I breath 'd lieavl.y. Tbo writers evidently did not know that I nlways expand my lung to their fullest capacity after 1 havo Sought a few rounds. Ordinarily cne doesn't us mo: o than half his lungs inbreathing. Wheu 1 tight a while I expand mine fully, and I find thj practice of great value to me. 1 New Cork Sun Interview. A Itemetly for Diphtheria. It is an aqueous saturated rolutlon of chlorato of potasla. It is roodi.'y taken Tho dose fur an adult without admluture. U a large tablespoonful every hour until the force of the disease has abated, when it may be given Ies3 frequently for one or two days. 13 need not be Kept up after a day or two if tho Improvement has cemmouced. Positive Cure (or Piles. There is no danger from taking the admix say that To the peopled this county we would the blood may become thinner from ture; a but generally recovers on a sus- we have been given the Agincy of Dr. Marchlsl long use, guaranteed ot ths medicine. Haul's Journal of Italian Pil pension External, to cure or money refunded-InterHealth s well-knoOlntmeot-emphatlcally nal, ivlnip.it I 'ctflnrl ctnnhln Wonderful Cures, W D HoytA Co., wholesale and retail say: "We hare been selling and Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters net-e- r Bucklen's Arnica galre tot Ito years. Hare handled goods that sell ai well, or glre such uDlteml satisfaction. There baTe been some wonderful cures effected by these medicine in this city. Bereral catcs of pronounced Comumptlsn a have been entirely cured by the useol connecof Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee tbem (1) always. Bold by Penny A MeAllster. An Enterprising, Reliable House, Penny A MeAllster can always be relied upon every thins not only to carry In stock the best of as have but to secure the Agency for such articles My bir merit, and are popular with ths peoalple, thereby sustaining the reputation of beln seways enterprising and ever reliable. Having cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's on a New Dlscotery far Consumption, will sell It positive guarantee. It will surely cure any ou every affection ot the Throat, Lungi and Chest, Book for 1635 ! full a die wstnvlW you to call andtoshowourconfldsnce, (0 Cannot Sorvp s ny and get a Trial Bottle Free. oiled. Danvlll Wllkei Is a beautiful mahogany bar, standing I3) h.nds blgb.ofgreit trotting action and has trolled his mils In 2.30: quarters in 27 with little bandllnzat 4 years, and has already dlitthgulibedhlmielf as a breeder He Is a counterpart of Alcyone, but a larger bono In avery respect and bli gait and blood lines also similar and Is the asm re.nove from tho great Oro. Wilkes tbal rhIITbomrnos la. Ills first mil only7-yra- r old tbat has been hsndled Is Hallle Vsgen, named In honor of one of tbo fairest and brightest Jewels and the inconvenience is soon forgotten." ol Indiana, and is a worthy nsmrsske ol royal blcod, at ihebiiihowed a gilt clou to 2 40, being ritEPAncD DY handled by a colored boy. Like bar tire, she baa a Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas. level bead and a good gait. Danville Wilkes Is by Lyle's Oeo Wilkes, Jr; Bold by nil Druggists. dam ot Dsnvllle Wilkes br Hkedaddle; tikedaddle by Oliver; lit dim of Skedaddle by Medoc; 2d dim Trumpeter; 3.1 dim Aratus; 4th dam Imp. Spread Eagle; Stb dam Wild Uelr, Oth I'.cllpse. and can SALK'-Go- od Shluglo Mill w th scinch still trace him furtbrr Into the thoroughbred family If neressarTt K ora, tbe dtm o Danville ; Jointer, a power Kfleltic md b Uhel-toWaxy, Corn Mill. Belt! in CouipUt Maht. fiuiTll, Wilkes, first dam Mesdley by Frank. 2d dim the Waxy, old Teh graph, 31 dam Stanford. Ky. sire of Medley by Uertbuuo, lit dam by Stony IVlrel.S'l dim Torn Htl. Orsas furnUhe-- t at 14 per month. Due care taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. l A. T, XVX UliltRY, Stanford. v.' inarein ruai, aue wnea mo ici n ikiiiiimii, or ? to Insure a living colt, du when the colt Is DUB Aire flio ; nn'O errvireinrorvu-; KfMlHOll. to Insuro a ffit) tS old, perfect In form and was slrea by Dr. llerr s ....muiiuu A.isg, me ben snow none in ins worm, Mirubrlno King wit sired by Mimbrlno I'atcben, full brother to Lady Thorn, 2 18, and I'atcben, by Msmbrlno ThUf. Dir.lihritl knru Ih.t I It Clay brought from New York. Maubrino Chief wis nrcu uy Maralulno 1'aymtiter and he by old MlmlifflnA. h liv r,nn llftari.ftv Xfaml.rlnr. KltJU. Jr.'l 111 dim br Ticvr Whin! 2,1 ilam Jim Allen; 3d dim by Nero; 4th dam a thorough bred mare, Ac Ac. Tbecolts by this young hone ar tbe finest the couuty ran produce. Mien iu nreveai aeciaenis, uui noi respen-ilbl- e for any. tenon forfeited when tuneli parted with. 45. IT. It I.Ml, Ctxj Orchard, Ky. , Ut l.tav a A.. ire IIB-S- STALLI0NSF0R 1886. The Comblce-- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Stallion l'rii.ce l4jnniai'k ! t nnfi-loc- n' BOOK FULL. Foalril May 8, 18)7. It a dirk blown with small star, 16 bands blgb; extra he.ivy mine and tall, symmetrical In form, with superior style, lotb In hirness and under saddle He was slrrd by the noble Htiiuiter Ienmirl., he ty (loldsid's Denmark, he by Uilcii A Cromwell's Denmark, be by the the race horn Denmirk, he by Iqj. 1st dim by Miller's Den imrted Hedgeloid. mark, he by tbe rare bone Dmmark. Ills dim by Klorlicl, Iddani by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam by old Drennon. lirecdeie will uka notice that l'rlnce poesteses more Denmark blwl thin any other stallion now In thi stud, which all fim-rla- u horsemen will arknotvledga bis produced s saddlo and comblne-- l stock than more any other known In Kentucky. Has proven him-it- l' an excellent breeder. Tho laddie stallion, first-clas- 110-t- CTAIXACE Foaled May 1, 1S"S. DENMARK. 1SHO. MSHO Messenger D's MWy moro Moros Tbsn bate bfen p O'nl ed 115tl :UAMfHH DISS. er's Bazar. which no ono else Lad happened to remember, "She was the very coolest peron," be said, "with whom I ever mado a voyage." "T. W. H." in Harp- Wit's crow had npoii a similar supply, sub-date- for several days Tho l'lnillug of a Lost King;. in Vomcranta was trying A cattle-deale- r to toach a calf to drink by letting It suck his fingers. Iu the operation tho calf sucked ofif a ring fiom the baud of the dea!or who did not then notice the loss. He sold the animal, anl a week aftjr read In The Butcher's Gazette that in ths stomach' of a calf slaughtered In Berlin bis ring, minutely described, bad been found. Chicago Times. I roo are the harness antelope from Ail oillce has, just been opened In Brusdear' sels for tho sale of orders. Four hundred j Australia and tho antelope is striped from with francs are to be paid on application, which ' India. Tho harness will be returned if the order be not pro- - j white so as to exactly resemble an unlmal d deer derives in harness, and the urel Tbo following is the tariff i A cross 6f a papal order, 0,600 francs; ' its name from its peculiarity of making a Mko a hog. aicham (Tunis) round the neck, 4,500 grunting u"Ise through its n-Philadelphia Letter. francs; nlcham (Tunis) in the buttonhole, 4,00) francs; St Sylvester and St Gregory Italy has three locomotive factories and l) (Italy), 4,500 francs; Order of Christ throe rallvny repair shops. 6,000 francs; Isabella the Catholiit fjpaln), 1,000 franc ; Order of Venezuela, Bill OH'd CATAUKH KEMEDY- -a posltlTe .OX) francs. The most absolute discretion lurutur surra, bl.Dlo.rl mid Canker Moutu. "" 1 ui ftm at M. L- - ImuiiVs it guaranteed. Chicago Herald. hog-nose- d' hog-nosecom-wandess (Vor-taga- l'rlco List of Various Orders. Two animals recently added to the Qur Antelope nnil Curious Deer. Ihila-delpbla 60c a box. Blind. Bleeding or Itching Pile s. Price For sale by Penny AMcAUster, Druggists. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's Female Bercely, t cure Female such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing Change oi down felling, Irregularitles.'.Barrenness, g Llfe.Leuchorrhaea, besides many witnesses spring-inBloating, Spifrom the above. Ilka Headache, Debility, nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Kervous s. Palrtuttonot the Heart, Ac. For sale by to Dr. 50 per bottle. Send Prices tl and l J B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. For sale h v fenny A McAlUter. Drugjlits. Dls-easeDrug-gist- CH AMPO I i&SM2t tATrlMi3L.rMMsJsWsJM The sire of trotters, roadsters and more find y and fint class Esstcrti borios than any oth-- r sttlllon In Kentucky, will mako the season of 1380 four miles west of Stinlord, directly on tbo Knob Lick pike, and will, on account of the depression over everything, be permitted U serve uiarea at the extremoly low price ol $15 tho Season or 920 to Insure. Oratt furnished at 12 per month Due care taken to pieveut accldeuts or escapes, but will not be re sponse le snauiu any occur, Description and l'edlgree: Nobby Is ajet black star In forehead and two white fret, 10 bands high, hands 1 Inch blgb, fine inane, and tall good, bony leg, beautltul head and neck, excellent shoulder, back aud loin In lact, faultless In symmetry; and will guarantee there doesn't live a stslllon possessed of a better disposition, and thoeo qualities obby is he invariably lmpirti to his progeny, and sold the sire ol of Nobby, Jr , record 2 for 15.000, when bandied very little One of his colli trotted last reason, with little training, In 2 36. another In 2 55 and one In 281, and was sol J for 82,300. Uls suckling wore the ties at tbe Uustonvllle and Danvllie Fairs over rings of twen colts. Nobby wintry.' by (Jar-rar- d ty and twenty-fou- r Chief, the sire of Basil Dike, 2 28 ft Mam-brln- o Hippy, 2S1JJ; Bed Crook, 383H; bill Arp, 2 34; UarrariCblei by Uambrlno Cblet, aire U Lady Thorn, 2 18Hi Woodford MsmbiIno,2 Is a rich mabegooy bar, W". hands blgb. heavy mane and tali, la strictly fine aud fancy, Is both a natural and pleiiant eaddler, breeds isney, and a more uniform breeder of saddlers can not be found; hat never produced a single erlt but what has ibowo saddle action naturally, giving tbe blui-tl- a colt every year In ibe sat die rings from tbe oldest to tbe youngest of bU oujprlog. He Is high-ta- ll style on both tides to the third generation, is backed up by thorough-brton both sides, making blm very active apd sprightly In gait, In form and flnith a perfect model. Was aired by 6nmpter Denmark, tbe sire of Prince Denmark, (as given above). 1st dam br 6lr Wallace, be by Todliunter'sSlr Wallso, be by Mr Albert (thoroughbred) 2d dam by Vlrglalus (dam of Virgmlui by Tranbr, tboroubbred) he by the celebrated Mason's Whip; 3d dim a Whip mire. Thi above horses will make the season of 1886 at my la r ra,3 J miles from HQitonv.lle, netr Carpsn- .c .uuvu, mu win io terve mares at Jf0 tbe season or I !rmunxi Iniure a living SO to roll Mares committer io my care and breeding will receive my personal attention Orait fur. nlibed at reatonab'e rat-- s, t be paid for beforo the removal oi marrs. No responsibility tor or escapes. I'artlog with mires loif.lti the Im ii ranee, di au:l-deu- ta ll.2m J, STEELE CAItVEXTFM. 20. The fine Imported for mm stallkn, will make the E0. If. THAYEB, of Bourbon season of 1888 at tin stable of J, JI. Wray, at TUE REV. myself and wife owe our llres Pink Cottage, ' ) tulles fr in Stanford' at Ind.,iays; "Both sale to SHILOH'3 CONSUMPTION CURE. For The Mirror Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia IJaJm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glass. is no flatterer. ARE YOU MADE mlsersbls by Dizziness, Loss ol Appetite, Yellow curs. Fo Skit? Shlloh'a Vitallzer Is a poaltlTe sale at M. L. Bourne's. Cure WHY WILL YOU couih when 8nitoh's Price 10c, 50e and i 111 glre Immediate relUlt Fur sale by M. L. Bourre. Indigestion-Constipatio- at M. L.Bourn's. I IFlfieeu DoIarH (ho Season, wb Or SV.T to Insure a Colt. Cbsmpo is a dark gray, 17)4 bands high, wslthi 1,30 pounds and Is six years old tlxt '."Jth nt May ntzL lie Is of fine style and action, aood In the loins, well ribbed and largo body, well sniped shoulders; bead an neck wellset on. He was imported by O. W. Blub. bUfleld A Co., ol Hloomlngton, III.. Hint. 14. 1881 2d dam by Aratus; 3 J dam by Itjsdyk'a Hambletonlan; 4th dam by Dlomede, Nobby's dam a thoroughbred mare, said to ba by Imp, Tranby Parting with mates shall forfeit the Insurance In all casui aiid a lien rvtalned oo all colts until andotbersin lb 2 80 Hit, First dam by Frank; 2I. service charge ispiii. cation or address March, 1(86. For further information, V. I.. VUOW, Or W. M; MoAtkk,: ii3. tr nuA.ro.' WAHSriLD. Stanford, t7.