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A REGULAR-- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1886. mett Logan, already on of the bright atara of Southern journaliam, wai managing edSoldier Life at the Convict Camps, To the Editor ot till Interior Journal. G keen WOOD, May 11. I am eitting by the camp fire at Greenwood, In the pond cbec by ten thousand frogs arc making tbe melody peculiar to them. The whippoor-wil- ls in tho woods aro sounding their bat-tl- o cry. On tbo bench in front of tho fire is seated a drowsy looking Corporal of the Guard. The time is 2 A. M On the rsil-rostwo hundred yards distant, men are moving with torches. I am not frightened for I hear the regular step of the Hentries poatci around the camp. Now and then tho sharp cry of "Halt, who goes then?' is heard and tbe click, click, click of a needle gun. A stable two hundred yards in front is guarded by four armed men. Tbe miners have threatened to burn it to night. Over at the depot lies the body of an uuforlunato brakeman, who was crushed to death between tbe can in a tunnel this afternoon. In front of me is the death-dealinGtt ling gun with a capacity of 1,140 shots a minute. To the right ia the Blockade of the .uasonToaru u., wnerozzo oi me "States convicts are aleepicg. The 15 tent are occupied by tbe 0 water Guards. Tap have Bounded and the candles are out. The men are enjoying tbe aweet aleep which cornea after hard duties. Camp Greenwood i a nice place in many respects. The scenery can not be surpassed anywhere. A never-falli- ng spring furnithe all tbe water ntceo-ea- ry and It ia good water, too. A few hundred yarda from the camp ia a water-fal- l which afford one of the best bathing places Imaginable. The soldier boys, under command of Lt. Kinnaird, are in good ahapa and highly pleased with camp life. We will likely go home in tin days, though nothing definite ia known regarding the length of our stay. Lt, Roger Williams, of tbe Lexington company, left on Monday, Hia compiny, under command of Capt. Yeach, departed aeveral hours after our arrival. They had ben on duty for 05 daye ami were quite happy at tho thought of going home. We have full powwion and will try and hold things down. W. T. II. d, r nal n. itor at the time and he told Jonea that ha deFnblltttett Titetttavmttut FrtilntH uiuit take a rest. The telegraph editor murred, but Logan would not take "no" -- T NNUM, OAHU. for an answer. Finally the rebellioua subordinate waa packed oil to White Sulphur exIt unlerslood If w credit thit I! JO will Spring, where he ngreed to report the rapected and demanded. ce and drink eulpbur water for a week. Thia ho promUed faithfully to do, but he shocked the ofllce by returning to his desk W. P. WALTON. at tbo end of three days. It was not long after this that the place TORE-ROO- M CROWDED-FLOof city editor wai offered Mr. Jonea, but ho modestly declined the promotion. Mr. Haldeman would not take the refusal for an answer, however, and theunwllllng man waa given charge of the Courier JournaFi local force. Though he had taken the place to unwillingly he filled It well end hia ad mlnlitratton waa one of the best the paper haa bad for years. He would have b)cn And tho Prices named almost take your breath for Cheapness. Our solo ambition is to content to remain In the position perma nently had he bean allowed, but the man aging editorship had become vacant and this responsible place waa fairly forcod up on him, though with the stipulation that it should be only temporary. He remained First-Clas- s at the executive desk for over a year, when he resigned to go bick to hli first love, the CEOROEA JONES ! Commercial, where he haa since remained. Personally, Mr. Jone; is one of the clevMr. George A Jone, of the CommerciaTt Our goods aro tho best and we only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. "Wo couid never learn to follow. We edltc-rla- l sjafl, Is oo. of tbr wheel hone of erest and most genial men it be found want to nchiovo success by deserving it. We don't expect to get rich in a day. We almost swap dollars with our He ia remarkably just In all his Louisrilltjiuroaliiim. He hss w rktd in customers, wo sell at bo small a profit, still wo have no bad debts and Gnd ourselves gaining in strength as a bueinesa of cooci'ience on actions and always made accuracy and almost every (Hwition Houso all tho time. faiiBtm tbe atronir objective point In hia Tho Calicoes and Cottons wo soil to our customers at 5 cents a yard are worth that by the car-loaTery dally papsr '" ,1" ci,7 ma& except the discount wo get off for cash. more rrsnUriu than any other mt'b ou tht adutonitlooa to hia reporter aad aubordi-ca'r- a generally, He waa never aetnaation-a- l le man Id Wo think wo con sell you Shoes and Clothing at a saving of from S3 to 85 over city prices. Ou? low prices on local prrss, He is a journalist, but when be passed an article of the word, hut he is modest Shoes of every description aro tho marvel of the age. All tho fine Laco Curtains and beautiful White Goods that every eeoee sold so low in tho auction will bo closed out cheap. If you pay cosh and want to see how far a dollar will go, call at D.lliiR'1 wilt say- it would always do to awear by. If he haa withal n spite of ing that such wen are usually proud of the a weakcoM for anything more than another it ia for a good table of atatiatlca and he is job old cow and hu always ready for a conpariacn Thongh a Mr. Jonas isit rtars KENTUCKY- earnest hi ewnjlltlnj fine the age of eight forcible writer he doea but little except pure editorial work. He haa always dia- tripping tobicco In a when he bj;an bjm In that liked executive duties and his fayorito po IN Newport fctorr Paper is about to monopolies another PIANOS AND ORGANS. city, hia parents beln; quite poor sition on a paper is the telegraph desk. little one branch of industry, which ia no less 8TAMIX)RD, KY. well qualiThe boy hd a htrd row to hoe from the Few men in Louisville are so Messrs. 8. the than the making ot gentlemen's headgear. John Church B. 4 L.J. Cook are Agent for em- W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor fied as, he for work, A Co. Pianos ani OrgaD, which n6wpaptr first for hi fatber died when h M quit Br a new process of manipulation, bate brace the A. following moat excellmt Instrument) youni;, Hlnuothtr aariiod iKin but b! however. Knabe Co., UamIIod Bro.,- - DMkw A Bon and complete ets of more eervicable and finer than anything Ererett FUqoj, Also, dough A Warren and the 8Ua of Stage, 20x50, EightIncluding gallery. Been. Mr. Jocci is married and haa a largo and ery. Stating capacity, eCfi. step father ex n died also He worked at John Church A Co. Organs. These Initruinent rate 10 cooa attraction. Iloucnable now on the market are made, of wood pulp. of great moit excellent In odd ib till he bean selling and carrying interesting family. He is a farorito with Tun GAimoTK r0n the UalWWS We They are impervious to water and not are defy competition. tons, of then, durability and are warranted wo All paper', and in thl humble way formed a the people at well as the press gang, and still think the apparatus known aa the wanting in Uezlbility. It is heliered that for five year. Inference: A. It. Fenny, Mr. M. Moore and E. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J. connection wkh lit press which ita has will always b aceatral figure "In Falls City Spanish garrote is the moat humane and " Dtaxley, Stanford; Mr. Maggie Holmes,1 ' felt hats will hare to take a back eeat B JatnesOrchird: Gen. V. J. Landratn and Mlu Lis-sCrab nerer clreul apt . The Cincinnati Qattttt jonrnall.rut effective Instrument of death ever designed IlnlTman, Lancai tr, Ey. soon as thene mw hats cm ba placed in From an Old Subscriber. wt the firt Jper on hicb be worked in Missel Uoie lllcbard and Ella Ramsey, awls-tifor capital purposes. It combines the OHIO & MISSISSIPPI the market in sufficient numbers to supply ' agentr. W To tbe Editor of the Interior Journal. ita carrier for thia way and he wm on if of the rope with tho painlessness GuiLt'onn, Mo , May 1 Inclosed find and certainly of the guillotine, without in- the demand. They are certain to rerolc several years, II had hi mother and lionize the hatter's trade, as they can be The direct through line and old established rout family to help support and hi line h3 $2 to pay for another year's subscription volving the revolting features of either. The moulded into any shape or style desired from for the lKTeurbn Jouhkal,' as It has be not fallen fn pteaatnt pUeie, but be fought victim is pi need in a chair, against the back and colored to meet the taste of the public. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii come a family luxury and it seems we can well. the battle pluckily and of whtrh bis neck ia loosely eecured by a Fhey can be made to represent a glossy or and all points in the West. The war came up wbeo lL was but 18 not welt do without it. I see in one of last metallic collar. Hack of his neck, and ad Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulirllle to 8t. Lout. nappy appearance. week's number that Little Lucy McKin year of age, but it drew him in, and he Threo (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati justed to penetrate the most vital point, is a to St. Louis. According to the census of 1SS0, there enhsted in time to 10 with Gin Slonetnan ney was seriously ill, which 1 was very small, keen blade. By a turn of a wheel, Only 10 hours from LouIstIUs and Cincinnati raid who fame will go down sorry to hear; hope however ere thil she in one movement tbe collar ia pressed were 11,SS1,000 wage workers, embracirg en that great to at, Louis. inhlitory. He foujtht gallantly tbrough-o- ut may be in better health. Ojr crop pros tightly againat the throat and the blade Journalist as well as farm laborers. The THE BEST SHIRT IN THE WORLD The Only Line by which you oan flattering in this part of was the war with the umul hard foitune of pects are very got a Through Blooping Car has severed the spinal cord at ita very com- total aggregate of wages paid MADE TO OBDKB DT The total annual average of each tht rink and file He was wounded in one Missouri. Fall wheat is knee high; oata mencement. Death ia instant and painless, From Clnclottl to8t Lents. of the nine groups ranged fromSSOO down N. of the nutreroua encasement in which he and spring wheat aleo very fine; corn will bloodleas, but certain beyond a question. Ky. LonliTllle, taaonlr and journalists to $150. School-teacher- s O &TVT ,.,hrouh 'ronline running took Dirt, and to this day ii a cripple he he nil planted in ten days if tha wculhor Brooklyn Etgle. LouIiTllli and Cincinnati to 8t. LouIi.aU other route belna are grouped at $400 per annum. lldei wearing saveral honorable scar. Of remains favorable. Farmer fed greatly aaade up Of a combination of small roads. A Pretty Serious Charge. The ia waa no encouraged with the prospect of a good all tbo men who worn the blue there nothing truer in history than that all the The Ohio A MtssIsMppt Railway runs Palatial truer eoldltr than George Jone though he crop and return of better times. Slopping Can on nleht trains; Luxuriant Par OHIO RY serious trouble about the employment of Herti tuecesj to J. W. Alcorn with By lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach SAXaJB Z waa re warded with neither fame nor pro e on all trains. convict labor, all the disorder growing out bent wtsbe. Your respectfully, motion! Dlretand closo connections are made In UNION my Farmoi lOO Acres, tltn- I Kentucky's Itonte East of it, all the expense to which tbe State haa attUofftr for C. D. Hcckxv. DhPOTd with dlTorglng line by theO. 4 M. to on tbo When the war wa oyer ho came bck otar Walnut Flat, Lincoln count, FOB Railway, thus avoiding troblesome transbeen subjected, all tbe risk to which our Stanford ACrb Orchard pike. mile from Stan-foNot His Handhffle, Cltfcln'nall and tried to set work. That fers by and 6 mile from Crab Orchard. The land 1 Washington, Philadelphia and Tha Ohio A Mlulsslpptother routes. young soldiers and excited workingmen have In Trnl!nt ronilltlorf. an abundant o( water. Railway Is the onlr line waa menr matter to do, however, and he Old man Davidson, in Lake County, iNew xonc. between LoulsTllle, Cincinnati and Bt. Lout ftnclog fooJ, ipulouj barn and sbtUs, impUutsot. grew out of the determinaThe only line running under ons management, running all Its had to take what be could get A street Mheiseippl, haa a son In Texas. A abort been subjected, bouie, Ac. if pirate, all naw, built In ISS1 and 'S3. of the Cvuricr'Jovrnal, and lima to In- Comfortable dwelling. SO acres In wheat, 40 acres train through solid and In conseouenco contractor finally ouVred Vila a job, and he tlaae ago young Diyldson got into trouble tion Is recognized Flrtl-Cla- u In oal and sored to timothy and clorer, 20 acre Uoote bo. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS flict as much 1ms as possible on Mr. tween those Cities. for corn; remainder in crass. Term and price took it mtofdllr enough to slick to the and was arrested and fined. He had no (U(-ni- ) XKD Bun fold. L, II. VltXOH, The opposition to law they stirred reuonable. work fur aavarai month, though it carried money, and it was go to jail or raise it by Apply to ticket Agent of connecting lines for SOLID up, tbe passions they excited to gratify lull particular a to rate, time, maps, circular him into the stwers which a braver man some means He told the sheriff that if be raou or any desired Information, or write to might have been excused for refusing to would wait until be could write home to that mean and contemptible motive, are ROBT. H. FORMAN, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, 7. Tray. Psj. Ag'l O. A M. R'y. Bomersot. Ky. developed into the riot and to Washington Citj, enter. When that job wi ended be secur-e- his father the money would be forthcoming the same that W.M.PEABODY. W. B. SH ATTUC. Connecting In tbe tame depot with Pre, and Gen'l Mn'gr, Oen. Paa. AKt. employment in a rolling mill where he aa soon aa hia family was intde acquainted bloodshed that have occurred in Chicago STAMFORD. Cincinnati, O. Fast Trains for Now York. alo worked for eome time. The email of with hia trouble,- and the mall could bring and Milwaukee. ("Louisville Commercial. The Direct Route to the printing ink which had once been on it The Sheriff' suggested that he telegraph Mr. and Mr. Jacob Burnett, aged Ger- E. H. BURN SIDE, Lynchburg, DaaTllIs, Norlolk and all Virginia (and North Carolina Point. hia finger lured him back at laat and ha to Ida fatber to send him money by tele mans, after a long struggle with poverty, KENTUCKY 1 For ticket and apply to Ilia duties graphic money order. He acted upon this became inmate of the poorhouse at Mec te- TWb Old - Known your tiearwt ticket furtheror Information, W. Hon heiran work on the Chronicle office address W. "Uluc-Graa- g were to report the OjTtngton and Newport auggeation. Whe:i the telegram reached Texas. The old woman took it to Maintains ita roe, Oeoeral Agent, Lexington, Ky. Hotel Ileufe." W. C. KIOKHAH, U. W. FCIXEB, and he received the magnificent aala. the Mississippi office the operator hnd to heart and aaid ahe wanted to die, but did newt High Zd Vie President, Qsn'l Paw'r Ag t. Shortest and Quickest Boute from Oen ry of $0 per week, After a while he got send it aeveral mi.'ei into the country to not like to leave her husband. ApparentRichmond. Virginia. AND- tral Kentucky to all Points North. pathe Newport 4jaacy"iad delivered tha tbe old man. When Mr, Davidson read it ly she induced him to go with her, for one East, West and Southwest, Proprietor ii Determined that dotted. Ha he was confused and could not understand morning laat week the poor old pair were Iti Shall be Second to no Country addltle to We per in it Fait Line Between grew ambfcloae after cilast, aad sot etk-ri- ed it and appealed to his wife to aaaist him. found in their Hotel in the State in ita Fare, hanglngdeadaldeby deter-tninor AttenAppointments, he riT LEXINGTON fc CINCINNATI with "eeMplH" She looked at the telegram and handing it aide, suspended by a clothea line from raf-ter- a tion to Comfort of Schedule In Effect Oct. II, 1885. hlawlf. Tie New back said: "John, that ain't William'e e4cn a above. Everything indicated tbe most their Qneata. Menu, a Saaiay efaeot, wm the result. handwrite, it'a a trick of eome of them careful and deliberate port for preparation T FoTU- No. 6, TJoT-Soura-Boato and from tfc da Louisville & Nashville E. R. BaajKBR will bs comer It was tint lastted ia 16GS and lU aubecrip-tio- town folka to beat you out of $50." The dealh. Ex. Bun. Dally Ex. Ban. fist or chars;. Special accommodation iiat roiled up until the editor, who waa old man thought hia wife waa right and TUB aacT to ComaerelalTravslera. TheBarwIU A New Coohierfbit Note. The treaa sapplled with the cholcs! Lts. CoTington......! 8 10 a in 8 10 pm 2 00 pm general utility William laid in the Texas jail until he got alnar aleo the carrier aa well aa " Falmouth...... I o M a m t ury agents warn the public of a new $2 brand of LUaoriaad Clear. 2 82 pm THROUGH TJRUNK Detroit Free Preae, " uyntmana.M. Ill OT am 10 3om 4 37 p ra VS d n. man, had 400 patrona. Thea one day a reply from a letter, ia markcounterfeit note in circulation. It 11 so a ru 11 00 p ni 5 IS pra Arr. rarta.... Georg felt tick, too aick to work: in fact " Lexlngton....l2 17 p m TO THK 0 17 pra ed as of the aeries of 1880, letter D, medAdmed to Pay Up, and he went to bed. By tome chance he 11 i5 a m 11 03 p m 6 25 pm Lts. Pari. gentleman mat Senator Beck yester- allion of Jefleraon in the corner, and in. A An. Winchester., 12 80 p oi 11 40 p m 610 pa had exposed himielf to the amall pox con" Richmond,, J 00 pin! 725 par day for the Qrst time in a dozen years, and distinct representation of the capilol in the ' Lancaster.-- ., o is pm and he loon fouod out that he waa tagion -- Trrrncentre. The aurfaco of the note ia poor " Rowland o w pm the greeting waa cordial. in the grasp of the dread disease, He had 2 08 Pullman Palace Sleepers. Lre. Blchmond...M "I 8 80 pm ............ I -. "Ab, Senator," aaid tha friend, "you -- nd there is an 1 instead of y in the signaa hard fight of it, but he came out all rlgbt p ml AU' J?'"-- : IS WAKRANTED to cure Fever and don't look a day oldei than you did the ture ot Wyman, the treasurer. The word LlTlDgston. a 00am. thorouuly in tha end with a conttitution Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, tender ia in big type, but the t ia not crosslint time I saw you " XienlsvlIIe Fever, Dumb Ague, DUIous Fever, cleanaed and atrengthened by the ordeal. Hobth-BochNo. 1 No. 11 No. S Transcript. " Fever), Liver to Nashville, Dengue (or Ureak-bon- e "I'm a little grayer, possibly," suggested ed. Lexington Ever alnce ha haa enjoyed excellent health, Complaint, and all diseases arising from Memphis' with a pleasant smile. the Senator, Wife How long would a fish be that Malarial poisons. Lre.LlTlngton... ............... 8 03 am .......... Atlanta, but in the mean time the Sunday News had "Yon are looking- in excellent health, would weigh twenty pounds? vl6w 10 Z A ftfoH.Kemory. . eieta ! fortunate. The Illness of the not been o "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. Arr. 11 i5a m too," pursuaded the friend Little Beck, Lts. Richmond Husband That depends. Why do jrou eighteen months suf-editor had put a atop to ita publication for"For 7 15 a ml. ..Rowland "Thank you. And do you know," con- want to know? Mobile and New Orleans. " Lancaster 8 05 ami .. ever. ered with Chills and Fever, 11 00 am Arr. Richmond tinued tho Senator, "that I am alxty.four Wife Why, Mrs. Jonea aaya her husMr. Jonee afterward want into the revehaving Chills every otJier day. Lre. Itlcbmond ...... 6 Oi a m 1 25 p ml Only one chsnge to points In yeara old and I never paid but one doctor's 7 05 a ml 2 25 a ml....... Arr. Winchester band caught a fi'h tbo other day that After trying various remedies aa a deputy at Covington under nue arnica a broken Arr Tarl bill in my life, and that for m , 8 C8 a ml 8 25 a ra would weigh twenty pounds, and I waa Collector Nixon. While In the dlaoharge e.rm?" recommended to cure, used a Lre. Lexington .... 725am 2 40pm 4 20 d m 8 20 am 380pm 8 20 bin -. Lre Pari lottle ofAyer's Ague Cure, and of the duliea of thia office It was his fortune "Ia that so?'' asked the friend in sur- wondering how long it waa. " Cynthlaoa .... 5 63 a in 3 88 pm 8 Stpm Husband (carelessly) The fish waa have never since had chill. " Falmouth ...... 9S5am USpn 6 57 pra to once levy on a piano belonging to prise. "Fact, I assure you." about four inches long. EDWIN HARPER." Seeking homes on tbe line of thl road will recslT Arr. OoTlngton ...... 11 80 a ml 8 00 p in 8 48 pra John G, Carlisle, then a mere Covington "Well, Stnator," said the friend with a special rate. pjikfared nr lawyer, for unpaid taxee. r, Notk. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between e Agtnts or this Company lor rates, routes you think it is alMai Green, a prominent sugar planter Lexington and Corlngton; other trade Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Kasi. Ac, or writs In 1870 he drifted to Louiaville and took significant smile, "don't am dally except Sunday. C. P. AIUORE, G. P. AT. Ay time you were paying some of them of St. Bernard parish, La., wa shot and lrireci conn, ctlon are made at Winchester with Sold by all Druggteta. the position of telegraph editor of tho Com most LouIstIU, Ky Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, killed by a colored employe named Roband preserving your credit?" mercial, a place where he remained aeveral Huntington, Charleston, W. Va and Eastern citThe Senator moved for an executive aea ert Smith. The latter waa afterward Uken ies. O hat ukn th Ut4 yeara. Subsequently declining the poai. Fast Line: Noi. 8 and 4 run Tla Winchester. thtule of that class ! and hanged. explanations aion and presented a bill of from jail by a mob Holld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betwoss) ani has aaj almim KfrritrN DATS.1B riNdl,ualraml stutia tion of managing editor of that paper he Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Wiuchesles r I TO t ia livChr.N.Y. Tribune. Wash. Perike Fernaadsa, a rlon Cuban, accepted the telegraph deek of tho Oouricr-Journaaad Washington, D, C. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." "aii'Rriiv BROT, jaBV wutSukiart. Through ticket snd bgag checked to any I'arit, To The OrlsiiMftl and Only Umulne. Mamma Do you know the ten com ing at Hawthorne, N. J., waa abot and killwhere be aerved long and well. Oaatwo the Uror 4 4etmtIon rr ached by railroad. H Mr4Mttrtss Stu inlftlwajc BUabl. nanof tyurthlr Imlutlont. Um fiublu sad i isaat my dear? Little Beaa Yea, ed by hia wife Saturday night. She thea E S . Ai vr Irnc4t It B. F. D. MOBSE, u L A pi anandments, W. II. WniTTLEHEY, CUalal Co. amoujf th IcaJiaf M1V It waa ffhile In thia petition that he u'jir.or mgww.i "rhlMtrr'-ll"Passenger Agent, i Trar, Pass. Agent, tur ' cir--r or Mwn malk to.) u "Well repeat them" "I can't placed a pistol to her right temple and blew & the feat of working a thoniand mamma. Lnrlngton, JLj OoTlnton, Ky. Chlhrt-- r firMil-a- l I'., UMK PAPER. c. w.s.Mim. cause la known for tbe No u.w.fulllrJ V . consecutive nlghU without breaking down mamma. I don't know them by heart. I out her brains. ,' J General Manager. txi Soldi). t)ruu,jl.t rrtrrwUirr. Aik r 'H'hlrktu 0n. pm when I see them." deed. I'tlla. 1 ftkf Bv Mb.Ur' KmllJ." or cxp-- j : . tho wiah for a talldiy, Em. only know them 1'Ett 1 AVALANCHE OF BARGAINS! OR TO CEILING. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, See XXow Much We can Sell for a Dollar J Dry foods' Store, Wc Keep EveryUiing Pertaining to a witli a Full and Complete Shoe, Mat and Clothing; Department Attached any-wher- srlf-tnai- Jjh S. Xa. tr Powers & Gos Great Bargain Store, STANFORD, OPERA house; O. is &M. nt 0. PLATT'S APPOLLO 1HTT SHIRT, SID PLATT. Thfi FARM il 3FOK CHEHifD ', nl du-Pon- t. A TRAIN d MYERSHOTEL, KY. and Well Still Reputation, - Propr CEH1M 1 le, bed-roo- pfr L.&N. n LINE Ague Cure nt AVER'S SOUTH & WEST .- ....... - 111 I ....... I I Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS W-St- a PENNYROYAL PILLS " l, Ha) O'-t'- t'Mrjl -. ''. In his Scm!-tehlfiInttrioronrwI message to the Legislature Gov. Stanford, Ky., May 14, 1886 W. P. WALTON. Tun revenue bill an passed by the House has practically been concurred In by tho Kon.io mt tho prneral rate of revenue for tho next deal year will be at the rate ol 47 cents on the $100, distributed aa follows: 20 centa for the ordinary expenses of the government; 5 cents for the Sinking Fund, and 22 centa for the common schools. Banks will be taxed at the rate of 70 centa on each $100 of all property owned by the them, except 20 per cent, of their surplus fond, which is exempt from all taxation. All this could have been done the first month of tho newton and the legislators could have gotten home Jn time to plow up the land and put In a good crop of corn. AIcEaery, of Louisiana, recommends that tho body repeal the law requiring crimi nala to be hung and substitute n more humane method of disposing of those who have forfeited their lives to the State, fie says: Tho present mode of executing criminals is revolting, barbarous and Inhuman. Modern science cerlalnly can provldo a means of taking life in a leas cruel man ner, and I will suggest that all condemned persons be executed within tho limits of tho penitentiary by means of other appliances than strangulation. law-break- support of Judge Durham for governor, and says that the people intend to rise in fore. their might and make him their chief exeThe name of the oil painting by Mrs. cutive. The same paper publishes a letter selves. M. J. Karris, referred to In Tuesday's paper from tho Judce. which ears: I shall not A avndlcate composed of Mason & is "Woodland Vows" Instead of "Wood-lawbe a candidate for governor in the popular Hoge and D. Shanahan & Sons, have conVows." It represents two lovers In a iasaSiSSar i v '3ulRfislH, accentance of the term. If the people de tracted with Mr. C. P. Huntington for the woodland, who have paused in their walk rail- to carve their initials on a beech tree. The sire to call me to that position, without the construction of the much talked-o- f usual modes resorted to by candidates, I road from Ashland to Cincinnati via Mays-vlllpicture is remarkable for the loveliness of can not say that I would disregard their The syndicate will also build the Its coloring and the fine finish displayed in A lot of sharper, who hope to enrich wishes in the matter. masonry of the big double bridge at Cin- all its details. ThUrowJemswTsrlM. A maml ol purity, 4SkigjMyiKl22riSjjMsasaajsr2 and wbnloaomeaeas. More themselves by it, are procuring charters for At the Lexington sales this week Col. strength ordinary klnji. and can not economical bloody-heartanarch- cinnati, a contract involving several millthan tho b told In Herk Most, the imwill begin J. W. Guest, of this county, bought a year- conipetlton with tho multitude or low teat, ibott the building of railroads and other ist, who has been wanted by the police of ions of dollars, on which work weight alum or phoepbato powdera. fold only In provements from the Legislature when New York for sometime, was captured at once. ling colt by Harry O'Fallon, out of Vir- cans. Rural. lUKiKn 1'uwoKa Co., 1M Wall Street, N. Y. The Bucket California, ginia I!., a Bnckden mare, for $170, and idea of ever hitting a lick on they have no & Water Representative Morrow, of exciting chase, Tuesday night after an them. To remedy this a bill has been pre- packed away in the dirt and dust under a has received a petition from the Knights of Mr. John E. Wood, also of this county, Is an improtement un any f'ump or Eletator ret filly, by Springbok, sented to require that when any company bed in a woman's room. This is the brave Labor of that State, which prays for action bought a lUTeuUd. The cups drtrvadlnif lull of air and equip and put in running full of wter, rlrtuUtat the atr Irotu botfails to construct, knight who harrangues and exhorts his fol- on the part of Congress, to forever prohib- out of a dam by Harry Bassett and a fourtom to lop of etitrrn or well, rmootlna wlulw, MT. VERNON, KY. its nronoxed line of road in five lowers mare, whose dam Is by the same water butt, and rendering- - the water pure, reura?-I- n to deeds of violence, slinking under it the further immigration of Chinese to year-o- ld all color, bad Kile or emell. Thli Pump hae years, the charter thereof shall be forfeited such n cover when brought to bay. He the United States. The petition is over horse, paying for the first $225 and for the n Thli old and Hotel Is still main- an ImprorrJ ehalo; no llnke to itt twlite.1. eeth ml tt nhnnld become a law. A vast deal taining Its fine reputation. Charge reasonable. cup lewldercd permanently, and Inured ota link, 2,000 feet in length and contains over 60,- - second $100. should be given a dose of his own doctrine a flat piece ol itlranlted iron It eid. Do not of time is wasted in the not very innocent of murder and be made at once to ornament 000 names, among them every 8tate and Mrs. R. L Salter and her nephew, Mr. Special attention to tha traTellnc public. purvbaeoa pump until you this. very rpctimir, amusement of passing charters. on a visit XXWCOMR, Vn'r. Jf. county official and every Knight of Labor John T, Tucker, started 8J-a lamp post. UU Vernon, Kj. w IIIGGIXH. II. of of Mr. Joseph seems If Gen. Wolford, whose eole aim claims This is Kentucky Derby day and one of in the State. which lasted a half hour to the family Ohio. Mr. J. HMc James, and Siebold Westervllle, A tornado to bo to pile up as many pension the features of it will be the presence of o'clock Tuesday, wife, who have been visiting the Misses against the government aa possible, thinks Hon. Simon Cameron, of Pennsylvania, struck Kansas City at 11 a frightful destruction of life Adams, of this vicinity, left this morning raoM by that means to earn a return to Congress, who, although SO years of age, still takes which caused mT liefani IJn A school building was for their home in Deming, New Mexico-Mrs- . ly nTltejoutocallandee Millinery befo-- bujlo. I alto callatuotlon "f he is reckoning without his host. The great delight in all that pertains to the and properly. N. & CO.. to Siebold is a daughter of Judge Murat ?J, flY struck by the powerful winds sweeping in ,sok of Ladle' Underwear BONANZl MILLS, nnn1n are celtlne tired of that sort of turf. IUCHMOND, JtV. -- -iiauiircmm, UMlara, Cuflj and and eleven of the Masterson, whose wife is a daughter of the from the open prairies, ,r"n ,,T,- - LalM WhIU Em. thing. The General's latest bill is to pen. Thee hate a new Patent Proceee Mill and make wmIIS THE GENERAL ASSEMBLE children and the superintendent killed. At late Jones L. Adams, of Garrard county. fintniaea Hour, which thej tell at rottora prlrte. lately seated by the eionall soldiers wounded or disabled in thnm Mr. it. Mitchell trarele lor them In thli lives In spearing of the departure of Mr. The new educational bill, which pass- the next bulldlng- -a factory-- six section nd would be glad to hint hit old frlendj service at the highest rank they held, and 1102m JtM. MATKDVDJiKKAR. . nianiord, Kf aad'tnaajr new one. (Iti9lm) claimant the benefit of all ed the House, increases the term of coun- were lost; at the next, four; and at the R. M. Durham on Monday, for his new emto giro each court-hous- e two officials, a deputy sheriff ployment with the Round Valley Indian doubt when disabled in line of duty. As ty superintendent to four years. TUOS. METCALF. The House by a vote of 63 to 23 pass- and a deputy recorder were added to the Agency, of California, your scribe might the law now stands the doubt goes against joiis n. roaTEii. persons are known to very well have addsd, had he known it, list. Twenty-nin- e ed a bill to establish a colored normal the claimant have been killed and quite aa many if not that Mr, Durham went by the way of RichThe startling statement is printed tha school. It appropriates $7,000 to erect more, seriously injured. mond, where he was married on Tuesday gives an annuity of $3,000 the appropriations already made by Con- -j buildings and to Mis Mattie R. Brown, daughter of Mr. The for its maintenance. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. gres reach nearly to $160,000,000. George 6. Brown, of this place, who was Owens, of Scott, has had a very Mr. e and West Point bills Pensions, May 12. 1886. I rive the precise date visiting relatives in Richmond. The affair passed, which provides that amount to $141,000,000 in a lump and this proper bill against newspapers for libel because so many had the pleasure of meet- was managed with such secrecy that the is but a beginning of the end. We are prosecutions circumstance of peculiar inter- vigilant scribe did not hear of it until after nl,A n nhurra that Gov. McCreary in a shall be conducted in the county where the ing under paper is published or where the libeled est. It is seldom now in these days of rush- tha letter had been mailed. forcible speech urged the necessity of callThe "old chestnut" of waylaying and ing hute and vaulting ambition, and grasping a halt. The democratic party Is com- party resides. ing gain and crushing care that we can find shooting at an unsophisticated young perNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. mitted to economy and reform and if it time to pause and count the links of the son was played with very good effect lait -- ANDdoes not live up to its promises it does not There are 200 moonshine prisoners in lengthened chain that binds us to the put, night on a young man who went calling a deeerve to be kept in power. recall the memories of other days, and live short distance east of town on the Lexingthe jail at Covington. JPi-ic- e Judge A. E Richards, of the Superior over again our almost forgotten history. It ton road. On the return the young man Mb. Powdebly, the Grand Master of on Court, is a candidate for Attorney Genwas the fortune of the writer to witness to and his companion, who was into the joke, the Knights of Labor, has a level head an eral. day and participate in the festivities of the were fired on from bushes on the roadside. the boycott question. He regards it Sedalia, Mo,, suffered a rain storm that hours consecrated to one of those family The companion of course fell badly woundabomination and urges against it use exflooded its streets so that they had the ap cept in extreme cases when everything else reunions so beautiful in conception so ed, and the other young man ran to Cecil's has failed. Mr. Powderly only voices the pearance of rivers. sincere In spirit so lovely to contemplate icehouse which he fell into and nearly Gen. Albin Schoepf, who commanded and so refreshing to the burdened spirit broke his neck. After he got out he went sentiment of the people at large on the at the battle of Wildcat Mountain, Ky., in subject. The boycott is the most occasionally mark the stage of our to Sheriff Salter's residence near by and which can and cowardly warfare that could be 1861, died in Maryland Tuesday. pilgrimage from the cradle to the tomb. It told his tale of woe. Mr. Salter started to Gen. John B. Gordon has announced waged and its use ought to be prohibited was a scene never to be forgotten by the accompany him part of the way home that he will be a candidate for Governor of delighted participants. All of our Sugar wu bou.ht befors the sdranr and ran be law. when the waylayers again showed themby a strenuous o'd at the eame old pile. Our Georgia at the approaching election. On this day Mrs. America Bailey, relict selves, but seeing the sheriff took to their setA number of sheriffs having made United States Marshal Grose and his they were commandtlements with the Auditor thereby putting deputies during the first year of his term, of Carroll Bailey, deceased, completed her heels, notwithstanding 84th year. Some days since her children ed to halt. Mr: Salter overtook and cap. few shekels in the 8 ate treasury, the a captured nearly 500 moonshiners, and yet decided to celebrate the day by calling to- tore! one of them and threatened to take Legislature is trying to rescind their reso- the supply is about equal to the demand. gether aa far as possible her numerous de- him to j ill and it was then the strong beg. ISTerrehran. We hate recently refitted one-h- lf Monday, as it is delution to adjourn next of our itore with boire f.r C. F. Woerishoeffer, one of the most nnir, builceu Cb.ra! scendants. It was resolved to hold the re- ging be indulged in indicated that the joke UniUrillU.il br IkiiiI. aodconTenlenre. n..mi'ruum . .T.. termined that no dollar of the publio widely known New ber Set, !i excellent. Three goodi are bought from lint bandi and wedelcom!ctltlon Tea a York stock brokers, union at the old Bailey homestead now oc- was shifting. He was finally released, but only mi you to call and examine gooda. In pikta. V, monty shall escape its voracious grasp. died Sunday evening of apoplexy. He has by Samuel Reld. The matter was not until he had been scared worse than cupied Every day that it remains in session means been prominent in bear operations for sev- kept profoundly secret from the old lady the party he had started out to scare. a $1,000 stolen from the people. eral yean. until this morning when she was inylted to MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Manager Hoxie says the strikers at A copy of Capt, W. T. Havens' amusing meet a few friends expected at her daugh laughable little book, describing how a St. Louis lost a million of dollars in wages, ter's. To her surprise she was received by and There is a good deal of complaint candidate is put through the encampment the Missouri Pacifio two millions and the all hsr living children, numbering with among urmer aDoui iney degrees of Odd Fellowship, is the richest public many millions by the senseless their spouse 13 persons surrounded by 30 have almost destroyed some crops. burlesque we have seen in many a day. It strike at that city. Not a single man has been seen drunk grandchildren and 9 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watterson, ac These Included the families of J. E. Hufl-macontains over 60 excruciatingly funny il- on the streets since the police court began lustrations and all who want to laugh and companied by their eldest son, Ewing, Sam Reid, Dr. Drye, J. M. Cook, J. operation. This speaks well for the corpogrow fat should send 25 cents for a copy to sailed from New York for Havre on the W. Hocker and J. P. Bailey. Mrs. Helen ration. A county Sunday Bchool Convention steamer Normandie Wednesday. They will Huflman and Dr. F. Dunlap the last a Capt. Havens at Mt. Sterling. will be held at this place Thursday, May Dealers In all klniiof return in September. grandson were also present. Mrs. Dr. The Chicago Board of Trade very propMis Delia Crow, a young woman liv- L. F. Hoffman was unable to attend. Mrs. 20th. Workers in the Sunday school cause, erly protests against Congress imposing a ing on the line between Bath and Fleming Robert Lyle (Ann Cook) was also mUeed. do not fail to come. tax of 10 cents on eyery pound of oleomar-gtri- ne H. H. Baker, sheriff, arrested John These imitations are counties, has been fined $25 and sentenced The meeting was increased by near relaor butterine. to ten days' imprisonment for carrying con- tives to about 70 persons and was enjoyed Bryant on a writ sent from Clay county, fully aa good aa the average real butter ofwith rape, moonshinlng whis cealed deadly weapons, to the fullest. A magnificent dinner got- charging him fered on the markets and so long as they Billy Breckinridge offers a resolution ten up with old Kentucky hospitality and key and disturbing public worship; He is genare not imposed on the public for the directing the Secretary of the Treasury to modern elegance was spread In a beech said to be n desperate character. He has uine Bluff we can't see what Congress has to call for redemption $51.0000,000 of 3 per grove. The octogenarian, fresh loooking been taken to Manchester and lodged in do with the matter. cents, in installments of $17,000,000 each and active, was conducted by her only son jail. Miss virgie itepperus yismng irienas Refebiunq of course to the 11th, the June 30, July 31 and August 31. to a rustic throne at the head of the board. in Madison. Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks and Times truthfully and pointedly Louisville Hon. Asher G. Caruth has been infew words of gratulatlon were spoken Miss Georgia Brown left Monday to visit says: "There are now running for Congress vited and has accepted an invitation to de- A and the feast wai duly honored. relatives in Richmond and Pans. There of the grand in the backwoods "deeetricta" liver the annual address before the LiteraH IkJjl ITJbbiLS'hPI sBBeaiBHVl Wr3 lYtVTulUAFjav8Ei A large number of presents were brought is a widower in town who looks yery lonean unusually large ry Societies of Central University, jl jh gYTifMrf old Commonwealth lttch by the loving progeny but too numerous Will Sparks, some since their departure, number of prominent statesmen whose mood, Ky., on tho evening of June 7. for my space. The article which peculiarly the sociable drummer, is with us prominence and atateemenship were njver Near Oswego, N. Y., a triple murder struck my fancy was an elegant cake bearJack Adams, Br., J. W. Brown and wife from the occurred( Norman Lounsbeiry, aged 78, suspected until in ing the initials and date of birth of Mrs. took in your city Tuesday. raging stomp." a fit of jealousy, shot and killed his young B. with the motto "Waiting and watching." I am sorry to say some are trying to The New York World has celebrated the wife, aged 1C, and her relative, Horace The whole scene made up of hale and have politics in the town corporation. This of its remarkable suc- Parson, aged 35, after which he ended his third anniversary cheerful age, strong and bouyant life, is altogether out of the question. I fail to cess under the management of Joseph Pu- own miserable existence. blooming and hopeful youth and toddling, see any political issue in it. While I am -SDRBETN,who has Waller Lennox;Maxwell, litzer, on which occasion he treated each of linked together by a democrat and would be opposed to anylispinz infancy-- all to a new hat and all been proved to be Hugh M. Brooks, is on his 300 male employes touching in the extreme thing that would cause a split in that parkindred tie was the females to handsome bonnets. Pulitzer trial at St. Louis for the murder of Arthur May many days remain to the dear old ty, still I can not see why this would knows the value of advertising and he is Preller, whose body was found in a trunk matron before life shall become a burden any true democrat to "break ranks." in the Southern Hotel and which cansed a and the grave a release; and may her wait- cause booming his business for all it is worth. These laws ate for each and every one alike. great sensation at the time. ing and watching culminate in her perfect There is not a single section in them that The sketch of Mr. George A, Jones, Feed, CohI, lut tuber, Elc. Grain, Wool, Referring to Senator Beck's card ac- preparation to meet Him at His coming. our first page along with which appears on a law abiding citizen can not live up to, cusing him of misrepresenting him, Judge a pretty fall picture of the gentleman, was Charles Eastace Country friends, they are for you also. Do DRIPPING SPRINGS. Kincaid says; "Any man written by his friend, Mr. T. G. Watkins, who says you want yonr wives and daughters to lawilfully misrepresented I ever A party of young gentlemen and to town where there are drunk men on of the lma, and is a just and deserved him on anything is a liar, raw and rank. dies are coming up here Saturday to stay come of the hardest working and the streets, swearing and staggering around? tribute to one My honor is more to me than all things else until Monday. If you want to spend a moat painstaking jaurnaliats In the State. or would you rather they would come to and this I will defend." pleasant day in the country and eat a a town where nothing of this kind is allowLswis York, engaged in scattering An- splendid dinner, bring your girl to Drip"Beware of the labor men who never ed and where law and order prevail? Is labor" is the warning Mr. Powderley gives archist literature about Logansport, Ind., ping Springs next Sunday, May 10th. -- ojtAt.KiS ia- Borne man going to boycott the town becircular abounding in was waited upon by a committee of his Knights in a This is the Sail chance you will have nu- cause he can not get a drink of whisky? If and advised to leavo town under the ll the season opens, as I will not under suggestions. Mr. Powderley is a more Drugs, Books, Stationery and ordinary man and has in all the la- penalty of losing his neck if he failed to any consideration tike another person un yon have no other reason but this, I say than ratiuy m 110109. it is a flimsy one, and you ought to be bor complications displayed rare good comply. He complied. Erery town should til June 1st. it, ashamed of PhyilcUni' prtacrlptlom accurately compounded, A SPECIAL OFFER sense except when he penned the puerile treat the scoundrels likewise. All Is reported A disastrous against Jay Gould. George S. Butler, a nephew of the To all persons who wish to attend the open-in- g pronunclamento jsjsrBsjpsiss. will noti -- from Fulton county, Ark,, which did much iriiit ilitsTi ft sill Old Beast, and at one time Consul to AlexPicnio on June 5th. If they The trial of Tom Crittenden, the man andria, Egypt, just'died at Washington after fy me by the 1st of June I will keep them damage to property. Many of the hailwho foully murdered an unoffending negro, a career as romantio as was ever conceived from Saturday at dinner until Sunday af- stones are reported as weighing a pound, Tha Largest Stock of Watohes, Olooks, and forcing their way thiough roofs like has been again postponed, this time by the by a novelist. He was for a short time the ter dinner (horse included) at $2.50 for shot. The track of the storm was half a Jewelry and SUverware Commonwealth. It Is palnrul to observe lodg-In- g husband of Rose Eytioge, the actressbut each person and horse. (4 meals and mile in width and fifteen miles long, the the Commonwealth is rarely ever that bought this market Prlooe Iowsr than and 4 feeds for horse for $2.50.) Paste hail covering the ground to the depth of Ever LowhiI, toWM0U0J, Cl'ieka ard Jewelry Re fl "'ftH n wealthy she procured a divorce because of hlslfdfs-solut- e tbo ready wh n palrod on short uotlev anJ iViunivJ. habits. postponement. hat. Respt, D, G. Slaughter. three feet. wants a Ibis in you n The Shelbyville limes is warm in its The rumor of the death of President Arthur proved to be untrue, but he is a very sick man. Hon. Wm. O. P. Breckinridge Intro duced a bill to establish a "Department of Agriculture and Industry," the head of the department to be a cabinet officer. A revenue agent swooped down on a lot of storekeepers for distilleries in Indi- tm mill fmi ml tha new appointees off asleep or attending to other business, so be recommended the removal of the entire party. Up in Montreal, the Knights of Labor, employed by a cabinet factory,, struck because their foreman was discharged, whereupon the managers discharged the whole set and hired men who were willing for them to run their business to sull them DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. i A euchre party, given last night by Miss Emma W. Weisegar, was attended by Dr. J. 11, Letcher, Messrs. D. T, Fackler, B. F. Phillips and Misses Bettie Dillon and Mary Fisher. Dodge's Minstrels mado up of genuine negroes, gave an excellent performance at The the Opera House Tuesday night. evening ended with a farce called "Beaz ley's Dog" which is full of funny incidents. On Tuesday D. S. liiuman sold to Mr. Lanier his livery stable, stock, vehicles &c, for $11,250 and on Wednesday Mr. Lanier eold the same to Bruce A Lee and L. II. Hudson for $12 GOO. The last named parties will carrv on the business as hereto W f ROYAL MtWlJ Jk I (88) jbks fY aBaw -J a PHbjstJ POWDER Absolutely Pure. r -- e. ed Jr NEWCOMIi HOTEL r. Piwrt Purifier e to-d- ay m Millinery. poet-effl- re. Buy Your Flour W. POTTS ;.u., .. J, y Poet-offic- MeaH & F Low atofft ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. a Specialty. u ri Our Grocery Line ha? always been Complete, &$ 1 Hardware, Embracing Everything, METCALF WEMN fc FOSTER. & MENEFEE, Farminglmplements and Machinery, 7 Mm He & Sttgg leg eaniagee. Seed, f Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, 1 F'eamj & M is or PHARMACISTS. I & sen-sib- le citi-zen- B (sS35 febs hall-stor- JEWELERS. 111 .' r- - - o .ttAMKPin C" f- - i ssasssrcs si-- " i" - nwrrr ."115?.--3S- 5 't M, D Elmore bought of J. J. McKob-ert- s Prais German millet teed at Wearen A It has been oppressively hot for tho sea son for several days, the mercury crawling Menefce'e. an Alderney cow and calf for $75. up among the OQj in the shade. W, F. P.imsey bought a lot of butcher Wn are selling goods at cost now. Come May 14, 1880 and nee us Melcalf A Foster. Twenty years ago next month tho L. A cattle from B, G. Gover at 3 and of sur-d- ry Stanford, Ky., parties hogs at 3 cents. N, ran its first train into Stanford, Capt. At Bruce, Woodard A Harbison's comWanted I Wanted -- 60,000 pounds Sweeney, who la still pulling tho bell cord, UuelnOBB Manager. B. O. WALTON, of Wool nt highest markctj.'prlco for caiih. was conductor. bination sale of thoroughbred horses, dur ing the two daya 105 horses changed hands A. T. Nunnelley. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. The name of the Winchester man who for $01,023, an average of $580 90. MoHonERTS A StAoo havo started their lost his buggy nnd came ho near drowning ...- - 1 S3 r. m. Mall train going North ....... The sale of the McGratblan, Dixiana .12 IS r. u. 8oda Fountain and is an good as ever in the Hanging Boulh .,...,.. . Fork, of which wo gave an and Runnymcde yearlings 1 82 ..- iM. Kxnreti train" Mouth..,- .held at Lexing" made, Ncrb...-.....- ... 2 03 A.M. ii account last issue, is Oliver Bush, who was ton was a great . t i.i success, the amount realblue-grato strip of its ized being a general average My wareboiiHe is complete and ia etock here looking for Tbs&-ov- s li calculated on standard time, Boter of $1,10347 ed full of buggtes and machinery. All I seed. mill about 20 minutes Inter, for the 60 head sold. ask from those who wish to buy is a call Twenty-thre- e Ma. W. G. AnoNfl, who has been with head of Holstein cattle, LOCAL NOTICES. " before doing so. I. Mso Bruc. Mr. F. W. Handman, of Dinville, for a the property of J. D. Guthrie, of 8helby Lanuhbth's Garden Beeds at Mcltoberts at prices ranging Tiik Ladies of McKinney and vicinity number of year, has bought a half inter- county, brought will please call and examloo my nice and est in the Commercial Hotel and bir and from $110 to $300. One bull sold for $250, LAN.)iitTJi'8 garden seed In bulk and beautiful line of millinery just received, will run it in pirtnership with Mrs. J. B. and two heifers at $200. psckagw at l'ennr A McAlieter's. Hays Nunnelley has purchased 600 or repaired on shor which I selected with great cue while in VanArrdall. Watched and Jewelry 600 bushels of wheat at 75 and 72J cents, ootloe and warranted by Pounr A McAlls the city. Mrs M.V.Tabler. UARRIAOES. - .. - . the latter price for the last purchases JuThe much abused telephone line la in BUY the Haas Hog Keraedv, tie orlgi Mr. Wiflis G. Kouten and Miss Jane, ly delivery. Had newB comes in regard to aal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-iste- r. operation again, having been put in order daughter of W. L. Dishon, were made one the ravages of the Some fields o by Wearen & Menafee. It connects of hemp havo been entire! f destroyed and yesterday. A complete stock of jewelry, latest and McKinney, by tho way of Rev. EJgar Y. Mullins, of Harrods-bur- g, others greatly injured. Corn and oats have ityle. ltockford watches a specially. Pen- Stanford, Lancaster and Brrantsville to (J,., uoutiie lu conny A Mo A lister. is the next Baptist preacher "on the suUtftU iu tut nection with the bsmp is that no more seed Danville. list." He will commit matrimony early in can be obtained. The tobacco barn on the PERSONAL. Tub reception committee for the dele- June. The fortunate young lady lives in farm of Mrs. John F. Payne, on the Payne's Depot turnpike, together with 20,000 Db. J. F. Peyton ha returned from gates to the District Sunday School Con- Louisville. of tobacco, was destroyed by fire on vention, which meets here on the 25tb, has By Rev. John A. Bogle at the Port-ma- n LotiliYllle. Georgetown Times. Miss Nannik Denton, of Klrksvllle, perfected arrangements for the entertain House, Tuesday morning, Mr. Pat undav nicht. ment of eeveral hundred guests. There are Csla and Mrs. Maggie Campbell, daughter K. Wearen. ii the guest of Mrs. Ii. SETT ADTKBTIgZXENTH. Mil. Qeoroe D. Weaken haa return 20 counties In the district, each of which it of Liberty Green, were indlssolubly bound is hoped will be represented. Let no one in matrimony. ed from a bnilnesa trip to Cincinnati. At the residence of Mr. A. D. Flora, Mim Kate Hail will go to Ktchmond fall to come for fear of a crowd or of a lack II. K. TAYLOR, of welcome. In this city, yesterday afternoon at 1 Of LOO AN COUNTY, is a Candidate for the office tbU morning to visit MIm Mollie Fife. ofSuperlnlendent of PuMIo Instruction, subj.ct MB8 Lena Owens Cook, of Burnslde, A coNiEUronARY truthfully remarks o'clock, by Rev. II T. Daniel, of the Bapuj iue utmocniuD ouie ioureDiion. visited Mm. James 0. Owens this week. tist church, Mr. Robert M. Durham and that the bloody shirt, the boycott and the Kev. Morris Evans and Capt. T. A. Socialistic cranks are all going out together. Miss Mattle R. Brown, both of Danville. T ANK RTOCK- .-I will tell at suction In Stan-ford, June court day, 0 ibtrei of stock In the Elkln, of Lancaiter were here this week. They die hard, but they are dying, never- The groom is a son of Judge Durham, First Farratrs National Back of that plsce. Thomas S. A TELioruM Una Medicine Lodge theless and the land won't be filled with Controller of the Treuury, and is a most Pabsoxi, Stanford. Kansas, aaya that J. W. Haydea ia much mourning when they are gone. And high excellent young man. He has,J'lately been improved. above all the ruins they represent the Stars appointed to a responsible and lucrative Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Lamley, of and Stripes still proudly float. This la the position in the far West by the GovernOf all for ment and waa required to leave for his post Pia kindsme asal as cheap si the very chrspcit. Lebanon, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. home of the free. call txfore burins iewner. elt e l.t-at once, which fact hastened the marriage, IlAHItlSOS GIVKS8. Geo. IL Bruce. Dick Hocker's friends will be glad to which had been set for a few weeks later. Mr. S. 8. Myers has rented the Davl bear of a nice little speculation he made The bride has often visited Mrs. Flora and ess property on Lancaster street and moved at Kansas City recently. He and a friend haa made a number of frienda here. She his family toll. McKinney haa been bought a piece of property there for $I3, Is the daughter of Mr. Geo. 8. Brown, of Mim Annie of which was paid in cath, the Dinville. The happy young couple will Cottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Straw spending a week with her grandmother 000, $5,000 balance having 45 days to run. In lets than go immediately to San Francisco followed berries, Ice Of earn, Butter kept on ice, near McKinney. fresh and nice; lee to retail; Ice-col- d gone to 8om 30 daya they disposed of it at an advance of by the congratulations of friends. Rich Mies Mary Alcorn has Older, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, to star with hrr Grandma, Mrs. J, 6. $5,000 and had the use of $13,000 for the mond Herald, 12th. rwt Don't forget that It ia headquarters for good But-t-r. diflerence In time. The marriage of Mies Bailie E. Waters, Klndrlck, who is ill. m mi ip ii 12Mt The water witch has been proved a hum the eldest daughter of Mr. George. R. Wa Mr. W. G. Proctor pawed up from Louisville yesterday, whither be went to bug again, One took his little forked stick tera, of Boyle, to Rev. G. W. Perryman, lay in a stock of goods. and paseed over the point that the City pastor of the Baptist church at O wanton, Mils Liccie Beajxey has returned Council had determined to bore a well for was celebrated at the residence ol the I will dell?sr Ice to refulu customers in 8Unford and vicinity arer morning at from a two months' visit to Germantown, the benefit of the denizens of Mackaville bride'a father at 10 o'clock Wednesday, One Cent Pennd. and Louisville. would be In the presence of a large number of relaCleveland and said an abundance of water Acconntadueat the close of each month, or Mb. J. Newton Craio will entertain struck at not exceeding 37 feet. A borer tives and neighborhood friends. The cererhrnruitomirqulu. a number of his young friends at a party to was put to work and yesterday at 57 feet mony waa beautifully aald by Rev. B. F. 122-- tf Ii. E.B ARROW. Taylor, of Danville, and immediately after there was still no sign of the fluid, bi given at his father's Mrs John W. Wallace ia aufleilng C. A N. The Columbia Spectator vents congratulations the couple left for the home PLAN0S FOR SALE. graatly fiom the s fleets of a small cut on Itself thus; "From the reading of the last of the groom. Rev. and Mrs. J, M. Bruce, fear of her hand, from which there li issue of the Glasgow lima, one will natur- and Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Waters stood up One square Piano, in a good state of preserra-Uo- o, for l?S; oa ezcelleni Square, price f 100; one The ally come to the conclusion that it Is thor- with them during the ceremony. Mrs. W. M. Lackey left oughly disgusted with the proposed C A N, bride, who is an exceedingly bright, pretty Upright, nearly new, 1175; one large Square PiMr and ano, For information call at this office or yesterday for Gallatin, Tenn., where they K, It., and regarde Zimmerman as small and amiable girl, was stilted in a traveling set Mr. 8. S. Myers, Stanford. tbelr son, Mr. will spend a few weeks with 12Mt Mrs. S. C. TJtVEUEAUT. potatoes in Ireland and few in a hill. Any suit of tanned Treco, trimmed In embossed B.E Lukey. person with sense sufficient to feed ducks velvet and lice with hat to match; ornaMR.G. B. Barnett left Wednesday can tell from Zimmerman's make that he ments Marechal Nell roses. She is a deSTRAYED OR STOLEN. to yliit his slsWr, Mrs. 0. F. Ashmore, at will never be instrumental in building a vout Baptist aod will make a genuine helpmeet for her husband, who Is a very prom Psora, III., and will afterwards go to Mia railroad. A Gray Saddle Horse, ising young minister of the gospel and who Sixteen hands high. A liberal reward will I rouri on a prospecting tour. The L. A N, Is getting everything in Col. A. M. Bwora has gone to Ho1 readlnesa for the change of gusge to be has already made considerable reputation glren for Information leading to his whereabouts. which wa A. II. MONTGOMERY, and as an erangeliat. May a Sp rings for the cure of his arm, made on Its entire line May 30th. Spikes as preacher Crab Orchard, Ky. Insect while In Byria, and bitten by an along the entire their union be blest with happiness for have been driven good for others. which continues to pnenl a very alarming Branch to catch the inside of the rail so themselves and great condition. that but a blow or two will 'end them RELIGIOUS. roaMr. J. Ottenheimer and wife, and home. The new width will be 1 feet, 0 Wn, Doering Ss Co.'s Mowers, Bind' daughter, Miss Addle, Master Of the 7,000,000 colored peoplo in the tbelr pretty inches and is called the compromise guage, era and Reapers, Sidney and the other two children, arrived church as standard being 4 feet and 8 Inches. South, 5,000,000 hold the Baptist located the - Kentucky. from New York Tuesday and have Crab Orchard, Four men will be put to the mile and the their choice. HMm -- There have been 21 additions to the at Crab Orchard. change on the entire system will require Christian church at Georgetown, the result but one day. LOCAL MATTERS. . Mills. of a revival in progress. The iii Elder J. O. Livingston writes that his At a called meeting of the City Council WAOON gear at coat. T. R. Walton . Wednesday night the tax on property was meeting at Williamsburg had resulted in 7 Highest Market Trice Paid for Wool. "Cream" Flour at Waters A Raney's.fixed at the highest figure, 25 cents, and on additions to yesterday. Wo are now prepared to manufacture wool for X he was reEld. W. beads farmers Pore German millet at Melcalf A Fos. ceived at $1.a board assessor's book appoint at the FourthJ. Howe is holding a meeting specialtyinofthe Deal manoer. Aiweihall mats a CUdTOM WORE this saon, we res of supervisors and street Christian church, Covraacttullr solicit wool to be made into Blankets, ter'e. ed to inspect it, Messrs. M. G. Nevlus, W. ington. There have been about 30 addi- Jeans, linaeys, Stocking Yarn, Flannels, Bolls, d c Ac. We will keep comtantly on hand a stock Bee Wearen A Menefee before selling G. Raney and A. A. Warren. A cursory tions. faexchange for wool which Tbesubjectof Elder John Bell Gib of goods terma we willbought at the market on your wool. price. Wool vorable glance at the book shows that most of the wool is furnishfor manuUctttrlag evening. S. property has been given in at much less son's rermon Sunday morning will be edPrices u followa; Cardingwhen spinning, l(Hc; STRAWniRRIES and arc Things to which Salvation is Ascribed In Carding and Spinning, doubling and twitting, 20o; than half its value and the supervisors wiU 8. Myers. Carding, spinning and wearing Jeana, 25c the Bible. Carding, spinning and weaiing white Unsay, 25c and cabbage plants for only be doing their duty In some cases if The singers of all denominations are Potato, tomato Ul-l. MATTISGLV, Pro'r. they double the assessment. sale. O J. Kewland. requested to meet at the Christian church 1 1 sa ej a cut-worUna-tonvill- WALL PAPER ! y WALL WALL PAPER ! PAPER! Trl mined ami Iteady for Cue, nt M'ROBERTS fc STAGGr'S. A few more N. Y. Seed in, m TH ISH An POTATOES' e i Which Avill be sold low, at ' T. R. WALTON 'S. A Splendid Variety of Jj (121-li- U ( Go to J. T. Harris U1111S 1111 Iii Bull, and in Papers can be found at -- ICE! ICE! ICE! Per T R. WALTON'S. GANfliEDGOODS&aTHER 9R0GERIE S blood-poisonin- g. s. Of best kinds, at T. 121-l- in R WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. O. B. HA.BRIS, Ag't -- H. C. -- RUFLEY, MERCHANT TAIJLOR. I hate received and still receiving -- StanfordWoolen New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprltiog the beat in the market, which will be Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Oooond to Uono in City or Country. Give He a Trial. EC- Jo F. Watkm. O- - IXJFXiE-r- . THOMia 1). m Kanbt. flour. to practice It is not often that the editor has a Wz guarantee the Proctor Knott patent chance to take an evening off, but such an Convention. " A Foster. Metcalf Is prsparlng for a big hop for the Sunday School A HEW to be given at the Opera Houie, about Jane 10th. A new and elegant line of Glassware and Queenswaie lust received at A. A. Warren's " Model Grocery. T The Hop Club succeeded In amusing and edifying his audiences. The results of tho examinations of several cralnlums was quite laughable. Mr. G. J. Hemminq's phrenological lee tares have been well attended and he has ganized a year ago, has declared a divl dend of 10 per cent. Stanford got a charter for tuch an institution two years ago, but the project failed even before an organization. The guards, who killed the escaping convicts at the Kenseo mines, had their examining trials at Williamsburg, Tueaday, when Krnest Luck was held In ball for $500 and James Johnson in $1,500 for fur ther trial. It was proved that when one of tho convicts was fired upon he had ceased g to run and waa holding Up his hands Both men put up the for mercy. beg-gln- The Lancaster Building Association, or- necessary bonds. been a good deal with the L. employes for the last few daya and In A N , conversation with scores of them we find We have that without exception they are nil contented and feel that the road is the best to work for of any In the South. The pay Is liberal und promptly sent out and there Is strike even in no possible likelihood of days of dissatisfaction and distrust. these The L. A N. is the boss road and Has the truest lot of employes we ever saw. opportunity presented itself Tuesday and he decided to take a little run up into the mountains and see the road to Williamsburg, over which he had never passed. But man proposes and God disposes for on arriving at Livingston, a dispatch was handed Conductor Sweeney ordering him to hold his train there until further orders. It waa soon ascertained that the reason of was the severe wreck the unexpected lay-of- f of a portion of a freight trainIn charge of Capt. Delph and drawn by engineer Burgess. It seems that the king bolt of a box car broke as the train was pawing over a high fill beyond Hazel Patch, which threw it from the traek taking with it four other cars, all of which were piled in n confused mass from the bottom to the top of (he fill. Fortunately nobody was hurt. The track was torn up for several hundred feet and although Capt. Irwin and a wrecking force of 50 or more arrived as soon as they could reach there frem Rowland, it was nearly 2 ociocx a. m. Deiore a clear roau was an nounced. Disgusted with a 12 hour lav oil where nothing could be seen of interest after the first few minutes' survey, we gave up the excunion and returned home on the express, arriving at A. A. ., having lost a night's sleep, a little temper and a good deal of patience in pursuit of recreation. Our experience usually is that if you start anywhere without business you are mighty apt to get into it before you are out many days. Capt, Sweeney, the oldest and best conductor on tho road, (he is 02 in July and has run continuously for 29 years) did all In his power to alleviato tho sufferings of his passengers, winding up with having Mrs. Sambrook eet a good old fashioned country supper for their benefit, which was greatly enjoyed. Mr. J. M. McRoberts, 8r., haa presented the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Walnut Flat with a handsome silver communion service. The General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church will convene at Augusta, Ga., May 20. The railroads have made special ratea from here, 317.60, the regular rate going and $590 returning. A storm broke up a camp meeting near Lawrence, Kansas. Three persons were killed and a number wounded. This should be a warning to those who contemplate patronlxlng such circuses this season, faction of the Chris-tio- n The church notjbeiog permitted the use of the church for their meeting last Sunday, next Sunwill assemble at the Court-Hous- e day to worship God, where no sound of the instrument can dreadful and Intrude to mortify the flesh. The General Conference at Richmond, Va., discussed Sam Jones the other day and question of appointing evangelists. It was resolved that Mr. Jones was enough for the work and that there would be no appointments. Dr. Winfield, of Arkansas, said if the memorial was adopted eyery gum log In the Methodist connection will be an evangelist in the next year. "There ia but one Sam Jones in the world," he continued, "and there will never be but one, and every little fellow that tries to be like Sam Jones will fall." anti-organ devil-Inspired Buggy & Implement House. I will in a few daya open a WATERS & R ANE Y S, Full Line of Agricultural Implo-mont- B, IWCAI1V Ondles, Banannas, Oranges, STREET, - - STANFORD. Come with the tide to us lor- Sugar, Co flee, iff-- With the reliable Waltor A. Wood Machines at the head. Also a Har-edl- ng Fall line ot Baggies and Wagons Always on hand. In connection with my plement busiDeee, I will also carry a Im- Lemons, Ralilni, Preserves, Jelly, Coco. CloTea, vatsflSsBX. WSSsgSnL' SIslsMsf sMewfcaSg5? SHMsSr D' Flour, ileal. Bacon, Lard, ButUr, Eggs, Potatoes, Mackerel, Syrups. Molasses, Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dreesed. Prices on CTerytblng as Canned Goods, Pine Apple, JEaMtSaBsiML B8tS 6p.ee, tiew solicit 112-l- Ha any one. Itesptctdlly, Cinnamon, Cakes, Cbetse, Oysters, Apple Butter, Hominy, Beans, Sardines, Pickles, Bakers Chocolate." JU. ItllVCE. Dried Apples, Corned Boet, Crackers, utarch, Soap, Soda. Tolmrrn. rlnnrn. l.,nr. rv,i-- fl .... ,..- .".i r.:'oL.. v...i; ti "" IUCM. ii...... uoai un, itoeeaaware, n, ilUHNVlWIC,UUlftUIDbHUOI7,IUWUtOUO, VArinUffef. liOCS. seed rotatoe la fact.erarytlilBg in the urocery line, and a w plain and fancy Harneis. Saddles. Bridles. Whloa, Wagon Gear, etc., etc., manufactured for us by the popular Ann of W. B. Carson A ! Son. Country iVoiIiice of ercry description wanteJ. Ilerutmber that wo buy and sell just as low as any firm pouibly can, unless they carry on buslneii for pleasure and that la fact we desire especially to reiterate, emphasize and lmpreu upon the rulnds of an intelligent public. Wa to announce to his The editor is Ouakantkb entire satisfaction, always, and dellrer all goods anywhere In or within a few miles of readcra that Kom 1). Plume, who wrot Dr. Stanford or our suburban tlty of Itoiclatnl. 1FATERH Jb RANEY. Bourne's tunny adYestkeinenta. Is dead. The paid him for writing this column large monlc J. NEWTON CRAIG, Jr., Salesman. soltenlngol the brain and he dledot brought on too much soartnesa. Dr. Bourns is determined, howorer, to give his customers the benetitof this Urge salary in prices. a share of your patronage I'rawfl. Kruil 3BswE)stt?sMPisi9jQHJ m-- n. Kraut, I. BOTONE heart-broken Besides soiling Malicina Fancy Arllcla, Tolltt Goods, ilu tie Merchandise, Spectacles, Instrument, Jewelry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing lackle, Ha sors, Sponges, Juiirta, Itper, Blank Books, States, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Olass, Mix. ed Fuints, Brusha, Varnishes s Drug Store, all of Everything kept in a which li new, fresh and superior, he has on hand a doxen Ilachetom, and will furnish any good looking lady who deals with him with choice of the lot. Watch this column for lilt of names, or call at flrit-clai- Wall Paper, JtoiJj S Furniture, a9BssPKsHv73scBlsisiRH& xLEBsS-SrwSiKi- Bourne's New Drug and Book Store. The sale of the Swigert thorough-breXjBB I HTJFffMAN, yearlings, at Eltnendorf, waa successful, 58 head being sold at an averago of $911.01. BTANFOBD, KY. Rsports from the Louisville Tobscco Booth side Market show no obamjo In prices since Offloo 'tywi Hotels Main fitroet, two doors abovs H dvJ of Rurley.ar'c I'ureMltrcui Oxide Qas administered when re- lailweeki' showing more strength. qulitd, , d LAND. STOCK AND CROP Cases, Caskets, Robes, 6. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. i , STjtiaiKOltf DENTIST, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. JL f i, . .,.... wird)h4.w 5tuu-SBttHfi3ntm- or b lonmal INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT BIRDS. Those Tlint Can Swim as Well as Fly Tho Curious Snako lJIrds. Trofcssor Blckmoro began his lecturo with a few words about feathers, which, ho explained, wero divided into contour or out lino feathers, and down or tbo llully protective feathers. Without further introduction ho plunged into a description of tbo inoro prominont birds ot tbo class solcctod for discussion. Ono of the rarest birds ot which a spocimon is kept at tho museum is tho groat auk, which is about tho si 10 of a goose, is found north of Capo Cod, and is noted for its tbln, grovod bilL These birds wero so plentiful in Nova Scotia when tbo settlers first laudod that tboy woro knocked over with sticks and their broasts silt off to oxtrnct oil, but it is mostdilllcult now to obtain one. Of tho fanio gonernl scies is tho pulllu, largo communities of which aro found iu rocky places on tho cast coast of Maine. Tbo puflln has a tbln, razor-lik- o bill which appears onormoui frcm tbo side. Among tho group of birds nil of whoso toes aro united by a web tbo pelican Is prominent; This gonial creaturo goos through the wntor scooping Into Its largo sack undar tho bill all tbo fish which it can conveniently bold. It thou rests until lunch time, when it tips back its hood and allows such quantity of fish as It whbos to drop down its throat Thon thoro Is the snako bird, which travels long distances apparently under water all tho way, but which in reality keeps tho tip ot one nostril just ubove tho surfaco. Thi little troplo bird, too, Is a curiosity. Lntil lately his homo was nover known nnd he was supposed to II vo and die a wayfarer. But In leality tho tropic bird has very comfortablo quarters in tho soft rock cllils iu Bermuda, wboro the female deposits each year ono egg. Tho tropin bird has two long tal) feathers, which nro many mid he is credtimes the length of his ited with a particularly sharp and discord ant cry. Liko tbo gulls and Mother Cnroy'J chickens, the tropic binls are met with fit sen and follow vessols, waiting tor something to pick up. These birds nover appoar to rost, as tboy are generally on tbo wing, but they do, in reality, rest. Another bird ot this sort is tho albatross, whoso great extent ot wing enables it to put out sails, as it were, and tly without apparent effort. The corjiorant, groves, and morgansers g are also birds, living on ilsh aud exhaling a very strong and unpleasant odor. The groves bae their toes lobed nnd separate, and tbo mergansers have a peculiarity ot bill, there being a series of projections which fit into each othor and allow the bird to sift IU food. Tbo professor next described tbo wild ducks and geese, tbo pursuit of which is tho Tho oyo of tho canvadelight of sportsmon. s-back duck is very near tbo top of the makes hoad, while tho crest ot the its eyo coma about iu the middle of its htad. The sholdrako Is a ory duck, and tho Labrador duck, twenty-fiv- e years ago so plenty, is now n rnrer bird than tbo great auk. Tbo cldor duck has that beautiful down at her breast which is so much sought after for quilts, When tho first quantity of this in. the nest ottbe young Is stole" by natives, the fvnialo' tho down. from her breast to keep .tho youug warm. This, too, U stolen, aud then tbo nialo dctacbos his. Now York Herald. rod-hea- d gayly-appar-eles WILLIAMSBURG. WHITLEY COVNTY. VOK COUCHO on nnH &kx.J US a, A great mny personi are reported SODA WATER "HANDS." MEN WHOSE WORKING MONTHS ARE FEW BUT EXCEEDINGLY BUSY. Some Incti About the lJottlln; of Sodtt Km-ploy- T r and the lleriulrciueiits in the tabor lluslness Lots on llottlet. of Those Dangurs of tlio Tho soda water sea on only lusts about six months. A warm Uny in April is likely to nrcdnltuto It as suddenly as it does tho tew flowers remaining in the llelds. In tbo vrarui and busy season several thousand mon Cnd employment in this city mauing and bottling soda Mater aud other throat washes with which tha multitude nssldulously slacks 1U thirst on a hot day. While they work thoy earn (air wages, anywhere from $1'--' to S'JO a week. The beason over, their services aro no longer required and they are discharged Like bri kmakors in the towns along the Hudson river, many ot them to spend an idle winter on the savings ot a busy summer and whatever trust tbey can get at the comer store. But tho majority are men who, in the plentltude of never give a thought to the needs of tho morrow, and cold weather brings tbem a bard lot. This is the time of the year when they have little diiliculty in ilndiug employment which, if thoy mo tolerably steady, will last through" the hot soasou. Boda water manufacturers bojlu preparations early enough to inoet tho rush which a warm April day pi cclpitatos. con-Unto-da- Candids.Ua are getting to be very nu merous in Whitley for the various offices of the county. Eev. J. G. Livingston, of Lincoln county, it holding a eerie ol meetings at the Christian church, this week. Mr. Ei Walton, of the Inteiuoii Journal, made u a pleasant csll this week. A. 8. Myew, O. H. McKlnner, Frank Harris and J. I. McKlnney have been on a successful fishing lour up the Clear Fork. Oa yesterday Police Judge J. R. Sampson held an examining trial In the the cafe of the Commonwealth agalnat who killed the convicts at Kcnsee Ruards i.3t wlr. The evidence was somewhat cotllictlng although the witnesses were present and saw the transaction. The case took up some llttlo time and the trial resulted In the defendants being held In the eutns of S1.500 and $500 respectively to await tho action of the grand Jury. G. A. Denham represented the Commonwealth and R. D. Dill repretented the defendants. RESOLUTIONS Oh RESPECT. tbe sick list. Happiness reMilli front that truo contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may posicss It, If you will purify and linigonito jour blood with Aycr's Sarsa-p.irlllK. 31. Howard, Newport, N. II., wrltci : " I suffered for years with Scrofulous humors. After mlng two bottlo ot a. &Sj5i(& a n Tbtt line combined ttalllon will make the of 183 at my stable, near Hhelby City, In Lincoln county, on tho tUittlby City and JCnob Lick turnpike road, at tea-to- zBammM; fm. i Aycr's Sarsaparllla, I Found great relief. It has entirely restored me to health." James French, Atchison, Knits., writes: "To nil persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Aycr's Sarsaparllla. I was allllctcd with n dlscaso of tho liver for nearly two years, when n friend advised 1110 to tako this medicine. It gave prompt relief, nnd has cured mc." Mrs. II. 31. Kidder, il Dwlghtst., HoMon, Mass., writes: "For several years I have used Aycr's Sarsaparllla In my family. I never fed safe, even $15 the Season or $20 to Insaro a Oolt, Jewel It a blood Descrlrtlonand PeJlgroei-Secobay, with black uianeanl tall, 13 handt S Inche action, llo It 8 years old high, wit h flnt tty It and thla Brrlng, was sired uy Iewls Ctinnlnsham's Jewtlhhaby tho famoui old Washington Denmark. Flnt dam Minnie, br McDoiaM'a 2d Jam by Weill' Crutader; 3d dam by a son of DaTy Crockett; 4th dam by a valuable old ltd die mire, pedlgrva unknown. Mr. II. C Panln't Old Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, wat a premium animal, from a coll to an aged uure. Second Jewtimes and wore tha el baa been ihown twenty-foonly twice. tllck tie twenty two seaun at Dinrllle, Ua made ten thowi Uil KlrktTllle, Richmond and Lexington and wore ten blue rlbboni. raituraga will be furnished mares at reasonable rate. Parting with mirts lorftllt the luiurance. Lieu retained on all colli until service charge are nJ 1, ur tlmct-delealml Ilui-tontlll- e, . zxj3iJ.iJ3Esirtj. th,tan!BA ri. . . , rtthft-- 4 rrvmatrMtf la IS Ai&fa But ni ih Mwit.tit .ictoftDl prtailrl tlil lAeM r 1u i nralot a(b,fatii ttlai rup fc4 th. i fT lit rl nmbitB. n tpiMtft ua lit Mtllaf nicl i i I will all) itand at thsiaue tUblei the lino J ack In ". m.!tlt-Wnl-f . ( r.R-- u At Home without it. As a liver mcdlclno nnd general purifier of tho blood, it has no equal." Mrs. A. It. Allen, Wlutcrpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which wo could not cure. Wo tried many remedies, but ho continued lo grow worse, and finally became uo reduced Iu flesh that we could only nio c him tioii a pillow. It was suggested by 0110 of the doctors that Scrofula might bo tha cause of the trouble Wo procured a boltlu of BLACK HAWK! At UN to Insure a lire coll, money dna when the Hawk coll It foaled or uaro parted with. Wack bands 3 li a coal black G years 0 d thla Spring, 11 oun tired by Caldwell's leeheihlgh. He Illsck Hawk, be by VehKlpedc, be by Robert ton't bo by Imp. Mammoth. Hit dam wat Samoion. by Stlgall'i lllack Hawki 2d dam waa raited by, Billet Maxwell and wai an Imported Jck. i,. ' M i,.l mta ''. moo' .. l.r.uijatuliuiLBaRT cuaotat. rw CklUni iMUtlai. rntltU l t.aifttBpUa, a4 tiublf, tif i.i.ii jt.i Tir4ni,ctii MIL ttli. WALTER A. tAYLOR, Atlanta, Oa hfir t,tlSUi,tr rifft tu nitr rt riwurgrw ais kn,n titf rr C"ii. Cmr ,il ,trai a Uoth lor salt by Dr. M.L, DU. W. 110UUNK, 13. SUnford : to a green haiid not a little bodily pain. Despite the multplicity of -- fountains" in drug stores, refreshment shops and on the street corners, a vast amount of tho soda "rater consumed ovcry day is sent from the factories in bottles, and, it is surprising to Warn, through bow many different hands a bottle of soda water has to pass before it Is ready'for the consumer. Whether nn tmpty bottlo Is "returned" or comes out of the packing straw now from the manufactory it is carefully washed, rinsod, and dried in the soda water establishment by sicu employed to da this .work and nothing . il.-oIt requires inoro practice than a soviet) would imagine to do it rapidly and Xhoroughly. The washers don't knptv what jits, have on dry clothes vi bile at work. garments They rig ti.wnsalves out in east-o:all day until tbey are as iml sphuu wot as so many wharf rats. After tboy are dried the bottles aro stacked in crates and carried oil to the 'fillers. "Ifinlmled for lemonade or lemon soda they go .first to another squad of men, who dip-itho required amount of syrup with a ladle. In bottling the aeratod water is pumped into the Lotties just as it comes from tbo generators with a pressure of fifty pounds and over to the square inch. If a bottle has a flaw )': it or tbo man handling fnto fragit is careless the ulass will-buments and scatter all over the room. An accident of,thU kind usually means trouble, sometime quito serious, for others than the aian who happens to'ba handling the bottle. In most factorial tha men protect themselves with devices for jjuarding the bead and arms, but ovcry season adds "to' the list' ot men disfigured for life through their own or somebody's elo carelessness an eye gone, x finger or two missing, or a scarred face. The young surgeons in the city hospitals tro frequently called upon to attend such And f ai-urst 1.VIIIK ElU'LOYitEST. While a certain' proportion of skilled labor Is required the majcrity of the "hand" emyloyed In soda Mater establishments come; as a rule, from the bottom strata of tho laboring classos. Of lato years machinery and the general ute of siphons, so far as city trado is concerned, has so simplified tho work of manufacture that very little experience at tbo n or J: will make a penon tolerably proficient. Kovortheless there Is a largo element of c'anger in the employment, DANOKR ' Inasmuch as God In Ilia Infinite wisdom hai Bteo proper to remove from our midst our friend and brother, Tnomas T. Stan-forDAvIeBB.be It resolved that In hldeath 15G, I. O 0 F. hai lost a Lodge, No. worthy member, our community a good widcitizen; that we tender to a bersaved our msmbsrshlp ow our condolence that wear the usual badge of mourning for thir ty dayr, that these resolutions be Inserted in the Interior Journal and that a copy broth-- . be sent to the family of our deceased 107-- tf V. T. S.iXMIHiE. Shelby City, Ky. d Vermont make Hambletonian. STANFOKDD, KY. OSes on Laneaitst ilreet, rest door te MOS JOUR5AL oOce. OfHrt hourt from S io 12 A. if, and 1 to Br. u. AnsithitlcsadmlnlitrrM wbts neceaury, liiTliU- - Tontlitt, 1'ENKY, Ist. 1151-lyr- .) aThti fine ttalllon will tbt icason ol 1S&0 at my p'ace,tbrtemllrslrom HunforU on the Stantord .V Danrlllt J'lko, at 41R Tnawrrt n MnTrt Abdullah Glencoe! :gyjg The noted breeder, wilt make the season ot ISIS Jaj Vw at my atablt 3H mlldi aouth of Huitonrllle. on IhaHuitonrllla and Lib Abdallah trlr turnnlkt. Jo Elmo. Olrnro It by No. SIMh trial 2 27- tee-ord 2 40, and half brotlifrw .MM. io v. i.. D..rrroni ID. S. told for 19.000,5 Ittrltw ttH Lywrgui 2 33 and Mark Wakafltld, rarer, trial 220, Flnt damMalUaS. by Willie D. (by Foreigner by Imp. OInro,)2ddm UatlltC. br Cunnlngbam't Copper llottom; 3d dim Mlntm Dunran by Imp, Vuitard. Jo Uiuo by SI. F.lmo, No. 273, by Alex andtr't Abdsllah 13, by Rytdyk'a Ilambfrlonlan No. 10; JctKlmo'a lit dim by Mimbrlno Maatan-geWi lilt D.'i dam by Slarltiht, by Cherokee, by Imp. Plintor Abdallah 'lanro'a colls art kind, fine sod large and go.d uorert, both In harnett and under tha taJdlt. I hare ono of bit lint with rery llttlt bandllng trotted a K In 40 tec.; alio another tbat wai aipromlilng, but owing to an accident hat nerar ben trained. Abdallah Ultoro, although a uatnral MtlJIt bona, trotted a full nil It on a 10 ice How track In 2 43, with all wrakt or two uontbi handling, limed by II lopa, of lloyle county. Mr P. aayi betouM how a 2 SU lilt any time. Call and t a my ttork belara braa ling eltawbarr, and nia insooy, for be running and ironing potfoiet toma ol the cmttet In existence. Ha li a hvinttlnl brown, 13U bindi blgh (gilding mtaiurrl bona and muscle ltd Hands tor Ua final! idul of X ) D.Klass W.R Vkacii f Committee 8. S.MVER3 J Sarsaparilla and commenced glvlnt; It to him. It surely worked wonders, for, In a short tlui-- , he was completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. Price $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr A Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. ATEB'S in Foal. SUnford,.My4,,86 "Why will girls marry their Inferiorr?'' aks Dr.TJary Walker. Ble' lovely, tough heart, Mary, because they can't find their equals. It's marry men or your-dear, 18J,liaieHl uanui Ulu, uj nmuu imhw i P.jiJtke't HarabletonUn; lit dam Kate by dill's Vermont; 2d dam lllack Swan by Hrlm't York thlrt, by Imp. Yorkshire; J dam Little Emily br Wagner, by Imp. Warner; 4th dam Kinllr Speed by Imp. LeTlatban; 3th dam br I'atkoIH, ethdam by UrandrlTer; 7th dim br Maryland founts; Mow-t- t. Slh dam by Hannibal. 9th dam by Hllkr, by (SX Emily Speed In BrurVa Btud Itook, Vol, I, tge fit. Vcrmout HaublelonUn It a tery liold-rolD- g, with fine ityle and loni, good action .l 35. tired William Welch, with prltate Vermont being a grand ton of llyklyke'i Hatnble wVi w a rcrd r; nothing, you know- .- Bingnampion publican. Written tor tha A OIRL I Courier-Journa- l. 1 MO. mont combined, backed by thorough brord, ought to make a fine itock hone. a una Jack, 1 will alto itand at the tame place tonlan. tba graudet lira llrlng, and (Itll'i Ver- , taioi hi draw a wire over the cork and fasten it around tho nock or tbo bottle tilth a $alr of pinchers. This, abo, is a work ro quiring nimble fingers and' some skill It is a painful process for a new band to leini to 'ire. The thin wiro lacerates the ilosh badly, aud it is a common thing' to seo a lid's hand running with blood attor iay's work. After a few weeks at tho business, however, the fingers get u callous, just oakum-pickerfingors do, aud the wlrers jet along very comfortably. Wlien the Trlrors o:e through with the bottles they aro slacked in crates again and carried away lor another washing. A few palls of water aro thrown over tbem and they are left to Atj before goln to the lubelers. After labeling and polUhlug tbey aro put away iu aes roady to be sent o:f in delivery wagons us tost as ordered. Tho process of tilling ilphons and patent bottle) ot uumeious zwiio is much simpler, more rapidly done, uid with less risk. 11 ut tbey are not suited U nlHiranches of tha trade. VX sod.1 water manufacturer said that it asjauquostlonably true that the majority of l:aiids,taUen on for tha summer trado weraj mem in tie habit of getting drunk. But it was in a degree excusable, he said, y tha extremely bard labor .required of Ahem during tho busy season. In a rush such is t requently occurs in the extremely hot eat her in July and August the men were jonipelled to work overtime willy nilly, sftcn littorn and eighteen hours each day. Somotimes a manufacturer finds himself tu sore straits during a rush by a whole x)U&d of bis bands goln otf on a drunk for day or two without giving a word of earning. They have 1:0 fear of not being taken on again when thsy report for duty, Vart.cu'nrly if expert workmen. Quick jien are scarco about that time, and tho ohanccs are that another set of bands would io precisely tbo same thing sooner or later. Jut tho soLer and steady men are marked, nd tbey get wbat work there is going dur-ra- g the winter months, though usually at rcat competition In the business profits would 0 "vory fair" if it woro not for tbo lass of bottles. That is the great draw. 4ack ot the bottling trado, A man might m well go out of tbo business as to attempt So charge for bis Lottie 1 In many cotes arrangements aro made with tbo dealers to s tbem back. The averago loss on is estimated at CO per cent. This is in a measure equalized by soda water sold In ilk for the fountain trado. Now York Times. 1 hot-tin- passes it along to tin "wirer," who sits close kesido him. Ic is tbo wirer's duty to KILUNO, COItKI.NO AND "WIIU.VO." Tho man who (Ills n bottlo corks It and sedaeod wages. A manufacturer said that despite the St Progress of the Crotou Tunnel. thirty-thre- e and a fifth miles of A n)w Croton tunnel, eight and a half bavo been opened, an I the present acekly rate of advance Is of a ailki. Over 400 men are at wori, and M), dOO pounds of explosives are consumed Probably 500,000 pounds of ox. Dlodvet will bavo been coasumwl in the satire work of shattering .V),0O0,O00 cublo leet of rock Cor. Chicago Herald. Of the one-thir- d aw." Lowell is expectol to reside 8 cither London or Oxford, nays Tbo Court Jeajmal, "when ho comes tu England to Smgar cultivation southern Florida. bos been Initiated in '".' The sunshine ialls on Fslli on her bosom and white arms bare; w.lll showf ) Sow follow me, leaflei know. You (5 worJ's for a'rlcluro.aglrl I Her willowy form la dlTioelr curred, Just rounded eootigh to suit the iweivs Thst she gives usheturns to laugh at. at. For ralntlog her picture In words for thee. Her ejes sre darkly, beautifully Mue shine through; AS too sky which tbe stars t night grace, The brows sndluhes, curTed with Throw a mystlo shadow o'er the fair yoacj fce At the Ciuto of u Content. . I fancy tboio Is u time in every girl's life A beautiful line bjglns Just wher when be wants to go to a convent. A girl Her roundtd chin snd throit to Ulr always one in her life falls in lov'o "witha 8em llkt a poofa dream-- or thought marrlo 1 man, falls Into a pure, fervent, Tbat sculptors long nre vslnly sougUt . holy lovo, that Is delioiously hope lets. Hhe curre, sobs and sighs ami dreams and weeps, nnd The tweet rtd mouth hn a drooping ueitlrred; 'thtu tho cloister seems to bo tho ouly place Which tells of a dreamy toulexquisite bibs that can glvo her life its finish. This lusts That would wake Into tuck a weok or s'j, aad.tuen sbo goes to a ball, At tbe lender touch of a lover's kiss. dances with a young man of unprincipled Thoogh.1 can not telljiut where It slevi sentimentality, and after that they'ro at the sweet thsdow that often cmrs. opera and tbo park and tho Clill house in There's a gran, dimples that eomt and s V O'er the dainty turn all tho tlmo. It's awfully lucky ft tbo a; evening la falling mow. Like girl meets tbo married man early in life. Thoro aro only a few men llko Cbarlss Her manners to free from all ttudltd airs. Warren BtoJdard who want to be monks. Draw tutn'a hear U to her quilt uoawsies, Nature predestines tbo monks, but circum- Making them fcowsi bn Islrr leet, stances make tho nun. I have heard of a Where they drink In her beauty, t rare and re- young woman who made up h'r mind that '. plate. the world with Its pomps and vanities was Her crowning glory la her raven bslr, not for her. So ono day sbo laid away all falls in ripples round her dee to fair, her finery, all her jowelry, the gauds that That shoulJtn, white as an angers wing, And women wear nnd men pay for, and knocked ol a bird in spring. at tbo gato of a convent. I am not quite Or sott as the breath sure of tho course of preparation I've palnttd her portrait for you, to show for being a nun; but this young lady went How fair and tweet is a girl I know. through it up to tho very last ceremony. Now, guess who the It. Her H ail name Aftor that ceremony tho world would see Hste never been written oa the pas of fame. .. her 110 more, and It was at hand. She could Bisiib mans. yet turn back. Sbo did Sbo loft the con-veLouliTllle, April IS. after dark ono nlgbt, having declared Eucklen's Arnica Satre. her desire to do so, and next morning enrly her friends met her walking down Kearny TbebcitSaWe in the world lor Cuts. Brulies street in n bustlo and a bang, and Bores, Bait Bheum, Fever Bores, Tttter, Chapped all tho fixings af a girl of tho period. San Hsnds, Chilblains, Corns and aUBkln Ernptloni, Francisco Chronicle "Undertones." sad positively enres Piles, or no pay required. I, Is guaranteed to give perfect aantiscuon, or mono j Knten Out by l'oor ltelutlons. refunded. Trie ii coots per box. For salt by It appears of all tho colored men who have Penny A McAllsttr. bought land aud who proudly announce Wonderful Cures. themselves as the owners of it, three-fourtVT. D. HoytA Co., wholesale and retail Drugfinally iosa IU They fail to pay the telling mortgage for tbo purchase money, or tboy gists ol Rome, Ua., say! "We have been Now .Discovery, Electric Bitters and fail to make tho ownership profitable, buy too much of the merchants, or' Bucklen't Arnica Salve Ut two yeart. Have niv-e- r bandied goods that tell as well, or give tuch their colored relations camp down on tttwaa and eat tbem out of houso and home, and universal tatlstactlon. There have been intome this land. And this last, I find, is a very popu- wonderiul cures effected by these medicine lar way of accounting for tbo fact (and it is city. Several caies of pronouncod Consumption a fact) that throo-fourtof tbo colored have been entirely cured by tha uteol a lew botpooplo aro on a uniform level of poverty. I tles of Dr. Kitg's New Dltcovery, taken in connecmight suipoct this opinion if my own ob- tion with Electric Bitten. We guarantee them (1) servation did not confirm It, but tho truth alwayt. Bold by Penny A McAlltter. must bo admitted that tbo average colored Reliable House. An Enterprising. man Is entirely too hospitable. Ho can not Ptcny A McAlltter can always bs relied upon refuse a bit and a sup to any ono who is in want Parke's Southern Letter in Chicago notonlv tocarrr lnstockthe bsst of everything but to secure the Agtncy for such articles as have Times. n merit, and are popular with the peoNothing Kxcept an Index In It. ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being alThis is a true story which suggests tbo ways enterpritlng and ever reliable. Having senarrative of the woman who said she liked cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. Klng't to read tho dictionary only tha subject New Discovery for Consumption, will aell It on a changed so of tci. positive guarantee. It will aurely cure any and A teacher in ono ot the public schools trery affection ot tbe Throat, Lungs and Chest, gave a particularly bright pupil a dictionary and to thow our confidence, wtlnvlts you to call as a prize. () and get a Trial Bottle Free. "How do you like itf" she asked after he Positive Cure (or Piles. had it for a week or two. "Oh, I guess It's a'l rlf ht, but I can't find To the peopled this county wt would aay that anothlng in it but on Index," was the aston- we have been given tbe Agaoy of. Or. Marcblsl's guaranteed ishing reply. Cincinnati Times-Sta-r. Italian P1U to cure or moner refunded Internal, External, Irritating; Fartlcle- - Iu the Ky. Blind. Bleeding or Itching PUta. Price SOe a box. A good way to remove iritating particles For tale by Penny AMeAUtUr, Druggists. from the eye is to take a horse hair and Daughters, Wires and Mothers. double it, leaving a loup. If the object can wemDhatlcallr guarantee Dr. Marcblsl's Ca-be seeu, lay the lonp over it, close the eye, an! the mote will come out as the hair is thollcon.a Female Remedy, t cure Female Dis withdrawa If the irritating object can eases, such as Ovarian trotblet, Inflammation and not be sojn, rniso the lid of the eye as high Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or ueanng as possible and place the loop as far as you down felling, Irregularities, '.Barrenness, Change ot can, o!ose the eye and roll the ball around a LlfcXtuchorrbaa, betides many weaknessestprlng- few times, draw out the hair, aad the sub- Ing from the abort, like Headache, Bloating, Spistance which caused the pain will Le sure to nal Woaknett, flloepleeanese, Ktrvous Debility, come with It Modloal Times. Palpitation ofthe Heart, Ac. For tale by Drug-glat-t. Pi leet II and J t BO per bottle. Bead to Dr. Carrying Cmuiob. A Truek J B. Marehlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. At Rrupp's, in Essen, a railroad truck has For salt hv Penny A McAUatar. Prugglitt. just been built with sixteen axlos. It was THE REV. OEO. H. THAYKR, of Bourbon made for the special purrorn of transporting' by rail a oannoa. which is fifty feet Ind.,tays: "Both myself and wife owe our lives long aifd weighs nearly lliotons, from Essen to8HIUIl'd CONSUMPTION CURE, For ale to Spezjla, in Italy, by way of the St Goth-ar- at M. L. Bourno't. tuunel The truck is sevcnty-sl- x feet ABE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion long and the axles are divided into groups Oonitlpotlon, Dlxilneas, Lots ol Appetite, Yellow ot four, which easily adapt tbstntslvos to Skin? Bbilob's Vltaliaer Is a positive enre. Fo tbo curves in the rood. Chicago Herald. salt at M. L. Bournt's. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shlloh's Cure OATARUH HEUEDY- -s poiltlTS SBI'OH'o and It' . . , m m! Mouth, will give lmmMllatertlleir PrlcslOc.SOo .H..H Ii-s.dby M L. Bourre. I M. 1j. Douiue fc'ur her rsvsn hil- r- .n.1 J Your Hair MAY I5.t'.,cUw FOX Titos. noniSHox. I!UOTIlEIC8. foot-prln- ts ' .' ry full-blow- n or-tho- s should bo your crowning glory. Aycr's Hair Vigor will restore tho vitality nnd color of youth to hair that has hecomo thin and faded; aud, where tho glands aro not decayed or absorbed, will cauc a new growth on bald heads. the youthful color and vigor Plrtd by Uubbla'tDenmiik, known at On Tirnt. Cabble't Lexington, KlntiUm of the hair be prcsm cd to old 2d dam br Mollis Moanl by he by Tayloi't Mri Young Amrrka, by Mlllar't Denimrk, whlfh glrei engtr; il itaai ae? Head the following, from Mrs. O. him a JoubU tmj LU 10JJU ilock in wtrU, bat lit Norton, SoracrTlllc,Maii.: " I have ued llh dim by Jim Bell, oreollh Nit rirshorKtof Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past 80 years; Sih Jam a noted BadJIt laart brought blidir; and, although I am upwards of CO, my from Virginia, rtdlicrca unknown of IM at J V. l'ir-rl- '. Tbey will Mike hair Is as abundant and gloisy as onatullit from Stanlord on tha Uuitoodlla pike. Ollt Kdce li a dirk brown, 18 handi high, i when I was 23." yean 014 tnu spring anu win nauu ai assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hnlr Vigor will convlnco you of its $10 to Insnro a I.lTln? Colt. powers. Sirs. 31. E. GolT, Leadvlllc, Col., SUrer Klnz will lie llmllfl to 13 marrt, at tbe writes: "Two years ago, my hair having time rata. He U 3 yean old Ibis Spring, It a beautiful bay, 13 band. 3 Incut! high Will also almost entirely fallen out, I commenced Hand at tame place a tine Jick, y my the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. hair Is 29 Inches long, fine, strong, and healthy." AltM tolniuro coll, tnonty due at warning tltua. and strengthened Ht 11 a brown Jack wltb white point., 3 yean o'd in Juna, 13 nandi high. Ha waa lrl by Alklu'a by tho uo of King William and be by King Phillip: hit flnt Ayer's Hair Vigor, the hair regains Its dam a Hlaek satin Jtnmt.aba ilnJ by King 1'nllllpi bli lecond dim by youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. Y. More (.aille Tbt Mors Cattle Jck li a large grey Williamson, Davidson College, MecklenllO-l- f J. H.A- - jr. II. FAltRlH. burg Co., N. C, writes: "I bavo used Aycr's Hair Vigor for the last ten years. ! It is an excellent preservative." the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. A. Dadmao, Waterloo, 3Io., had Will make tha teaion of his hair restored to Its orlglual healthy mail my LUery Btabla condition. He was nearly bald, and very lu Stanford, Ky., and will be permlttMl 10 tarrt a gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of limited numb srotuia tiat the Vigor were required to restore my ft IK tlm Npiihoii. hair to Iu youthful color and quantity." Aycr's Hair Vlgorcurcs disDue when lerTlcet are rtns,-iina- J. jv!(i .to iniurt a .. .,.. .. eases of tho scalp. F. II. u.-.- k. a. iDlrfllQ Oil, uuv uru tu r. t. niiiuu,vi iy i Foster, Trlnceton, Ind., writes: "I had tha eolt Intura t5 to CiDrtll a llrlng colt,a dna when mibog ayIt It beautiful Wllksi been troubled for years with a dkcaso ot oilol. bay, tttndlng 13' haodtblgh, of grttt trotting acthe scalp; my head was covered with dantion and has trotted bli mil lu 1.30: )iiiM't in 87 wltb little handling at 4 yean, and bat tlrtady druff, and the lialr dry nnd hartli. Aj ers dlttlogulihed blmtelf 11 a breeder. He li a coon Hair Vigor gavo mo Immediate relief, terpart of Alcyone, but a larxer hot e lo arery recleansed tho scalp, and rendered the hair spect and hit gait and blood line alto ilmllar and Is tha lima remote from tht great Oto. Wllkaa soft and pliable." tbat PhllThomon li. Hit lint and only old thst bat been handled Is Sallla Vagen, naioed In honor of onaof th falnit and brightest Jtwala ol Iudlana, nnd It a wormy namitaaa 01 royai liUol, at ibe bat thowod a gait cloe to 2 ID, baing ntndled by s colored boy. Lite tier urt, the ha. a rilKI'AXKD BY Urtl bead and good gait. Dr. J. C. Aycr lo Co., Lowell, Mm., TJ. S. A. n.nTllla Wllknlibr Lrlx't Geo Wilko. Jr: damotDanrlllaWllkribr Skedaddlr; Skedlddlt For sale by all DruggMs. brOllTer; Utdamofdkediddle by Mtdoc;2ddim Trumpeter, 3d dam Antui; 4th dam Imp, Spread tagle; 5lb dam Wild Heir, etb hclfpa.an( can y ttlTl trace him furtnrr Into the thoroughbred if teceaMrr. Von, tti dam u panrllle T710K SALE--()ooShlngl Mill llh 2d dam Sbel-loWilkes, flnt dam Meadlcy by Waxy, h lolnter. a Knslnt and old Tali graph, 3i dam Frank, vvaxy. tbe Corn Mill. Beltluir Comnlele. Mast. Bmitii. IrtofMedlay by Uarthume, lit dam by Stony Stanford, Ky. t'ulrtl.Zil dim Tom till. Oraii furnUnul at 2 per month Due cart taken to prerantaeeldtai li ut will not beretpon .SsSi 25sx SJiilver King lhen lit tui-rrl- ar Gilt Edge $10 the Season or $12 50 to Insure. I will alto stand my flnej&ck, to-d- 110. lliretoen thraeof bit colli from Jenaeti tbat do honor lu any Jaek Marta parttHl with rtnJtrt I "a mhimmi dna. Thoe who tare traded mtrri bred lilt aeaton art will Insure. Da It IJ hin.IsS Intbes hliti. At witn Oct honeauJ at much atyla ai a herse. lie tiafint-clasijicand a breeder and k ftnt-cla- tto MoELROY, ts terra Jenn-- at BE reminded Ibat my money li due and expictad. Care taken to prerent aecldrutt, but not riwpon ilMe ihouldany oecjr, lU-t- t E. H. I'OUT.l.L To-da- Mambriiio King, Will mike the leason of at my liable, 3 mllri from Crab Orcaard on the Crab Orchard di LaBcailer 1886 STEVE WALKER, Jr., RENEWED lursplka, at DaiRillo Wilkes BY USING i. 1 eJwiih ll-Sw Mam- - " brtno King, Jr.. li 16 binds blgh. Jet blick, 8 yean oM, perfect lo form and wn ilrM by Dr. llerr's Mambrtno King, tbe bail ibow bone lo the world. Marabrlno King wat sired by Mambrlno I'alebrn, full brother to Lady Thorn, 2 IS. and Patcban, by Mambrlno Chief, the celebrated bnrte that J. IJ. Clay brought rrom New York, Mambrluo Chief wai tired hj Mambr.no raymtiltr and ha by old Mimbrlno, ha by Imp. Mattarger. Mimbrlno King, Jr.'t lu dam by Tiger Whip; 2d dam by Jim Allen; 3d dam by Nero, 4th dam a thorough bred mare, Ac., dc. Theroltl by thli young bursa are tbe rlnett tha county cin produce. Care taken to prerent accidents, but not rtapen-Ibl- a for any. tcason forftlud whan mate li rarl. $12.50 to Insure a jniiitTLoiit 5 Or 110 tbe teaion. a. ir. Kixa, Crab Orchird, Ky. STALLI0NSP0R 1886. The Combined Stallion X'rlnce )cniuark rj'Ior ! Ayers Hair Vigor, im-ll- ch a34-lnc- n' BOOK PULL, My borit- - tlblaihould any occur. 110-t- Fmled Mar i. 1M3 Is a dark hiown with .mill ttar; 18 hands blgb, extra hruey mane and tail, symmetrical Id form, with style, Ma In. hantrM and undar tsddlo. Ha wat alreVj br tho nobleBUMtiUrDenmtTl.be ty Uoildard! Dan- tuiri. iinny utiujs .x (.romwella Duumark, be by the tha race born Denmsrk, he by Im lit dim by Mlller't Dm lurtad nadgafoid. mark, ha br tht race bona Daomark, lilt dam by Florliel, 2ddam by Montgomeri't Ollrer, Sddam by old Drrnnon. Ilreeden will tka notice that Prince po.sriwt more Denmark blool thin any other ttalllon now In tba still, which all n honemen will acknonlejgj bat produced more fltit-diiiddte and oommned stock 'than any other known In Kentucky. Has tirorcn him. rel' an eirallent breeder. The taddle tlalllon, first-cla- l A. T. .VI.VVEf.f..Er,iiUnfard. 1HHO WALLACE DENMARK. breedt Uncy, and a mora unllorui breeder of can not found; has nerer produced a single) colt but wbat bat ihown saddle action natural-lglrlrg tht blut-t- lt colt trery yosr In tbe aad die rings from the oldest to tha youngcet of bit orliprlng. He It high-ta- ll style on both tides to tba tblrd generation, It backed up by thorough-brron both ildet, making him rery sctlreand sprightly In gait, lb form sod finlib a perfect model. Witilredby Humpttr Denmark, the lira of Prince I'enmark, (ai glron abore). lit dam br Sir Walla, ha by Todnunter'iHIr Walltce, be by Sir Albert (thoroughbred), 2d dim by Virginias (damofVlrgmlus by Tranhr, thoroughbred) ht by tha celebrated Mason's Whip; 3d dam a Whip mare. . .aaf .. Til. fin hntlM .I1I ..i.IrA !. ... myfaru.syj miles from Uuitonr.lle, uearCarpeo-lUifi0,nJ ""I ' to terra marot at 10 the teaion or flj IJ 3U to insure a llrlna noli Marot roiutoltted 10 my cart and breeding wlllrecelrs my personal attention Oraii furnished at reasonable t. tie paid for before-Idrafinnral nt mirs Va taawti.iuiiu. A. lantt or etcapei. Partlog wlili mtret lorUta the y. 0' lSHIi. Messenger D's Book for 1838 ! Foaled May 1, 1872. la a rich mahogony hay, istc bandihlgh, beary uant and tall, it ttrictly tint and fancy, it both a natural and plnaaant saddler, sad-dlc- ra full aid ha Can not Sorvo any moro MaroB Than have bten promhed U5-- t f. WoMij t I di VItJ.Itt.EH DVXX. Thetlreof trotteri. ronlitert and mora fine y and Bailern hontt than soy other itlllon firtt-cla- Olntment-emphatlc- ally CHAIHIPO ! nghfeAtjLaa9astc rullet wett of atanforrt, directly on tbe Knob Ltek pike, and will, on account of tbt depression orer be pnrmtited t terye mires at tbt extrtmely low price ol In Kentucky, will make the tastou of 1836 four irerytnlng. IgSutilflbTHnktiiiiHLHHLv HgvigtSjiBha."' MBBtr "flBHtiJiikV - - $1 5 tlio Season or 820 to Insure. SSPSSSHBgwl SSSalBHyslBsVr SBSZgYggBSBBSSSSSH tr The fine Imported Norman stallltn, will iraka the aeasotofisssat tha itatlr of J, M Wrar. at "Pink Cotttge," yt miles fr im btanford' at d si rnrr I IFlfteou Dollars the Neaaon, or to Insure a Colt, Champo b s dat k 'IV. n y uuu high, wrisua I,W pvunilt ami it lis years old'tbe nth oIMiy oust He It or One ttyfe and aetlan. cood In the Inlai. rn riuixu auu large body, with well tharwJ nhniiMwf! bead an neck well set on. lit wat Import! by O. W. tfliib, J3 f bitfield 113-t- A Co., ol o . IVKAVJi' Bloomlncton, III . nrpt trAKLFll.U. u. IS3i Orats furnithed at !2 per month Due care taken to Dierent accblantt or ecapci, but will nut be re- tponiltla should any occur. Nohbr It s let black Iiairrlntlon and IVlU-rettar in forehead and two while (ret, Id ban.lt blgb, mane anu tan. koou, uoor lomii i inch iiiith. nna lee. beautltul head and neck, excellent ahoulder, back and loin In tact, faultiest in srmmetryiand will gutrantea there doesn't lire a alallion of shatter disposition, and theie qualities he inrartably lmiarli lo bli progeny. ISobhy it tht lira ot of Nobby, Jr, recoid U20, and told forJJ.000, when bandied rery little. Ont of bli colti trotted last reason, wltb little training, In 2S0.ano.her In 2 33 and ont in 2 31, and wat told for 12,300. Ills sucklings wore tht tin at the Uutlonrllle and Dinrllle Fain orer rlngi of twend oolts. Nobby waiatre-- by ty and twenty-fou- r Chief, the lira of Daill Dike, 2 23K? Mam 2 3Jj bill Arp, brlnoHippy,2 32Mi Ied Crook. 2 81; GaxrarlCblat by Uambrlno Cblet, ilr.tf Lady Thorn, 1 lsjf : Woodford Mambrluo, 2 2H, andotheriln tbaSJOllit. First dam by Frank; 2d dam by Aratui; 3d dim by Uysdyk's Uamblt-Ionia4th dam by Dlomede. Nobby'i dam tborougbbrtxl mare, aald to ba by Imp. Tranby Parting wltb mates shall fbrfelt tha inaurance In all caaat and a Ilea rittined on all colu until Mrrloacbarge Upali. For further in'ornutlon, call on or address C Mt. CROIV, Or W. M. McAvxs,; 1SS0, SUuford, ky. Uuib, poi-ten- ed Oar-rirn; rat, .i a II3-2- J. STXMiLE Ci IIVKXTEII, All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. - a. -