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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886051801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (f 1 jletni " WeeUs Jmfefinf Jamfmil VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1886. NO. 125. 1 OPPORTONITYTHAT OCCURSoEy ONCE IN A LIFE TIME. 1 Is what Richard III said; now this time it is A BUGGY ! A BUGGY ! r j iff BtiiHBIR' J For which you don't give a Kingdom, nor a red cent. n'Mr.im -j- i- twr x MMn:1 it cuaar. mm w mr' m i to --Go 11 to- - If IfJ 41 4K 1(1 fF) iSt ua .ft i ' V )( , I.) Opposite the Myers. House, buy one dollar's worth of goods, no matter what or how much you buy. For every dollar's purchase you will get a ticket thrown in; this will give you a chance to win the W&W or 4 D. KLJ ffl ""1 Ss . 'I fl! A A FINE SINGER The Buggy cost 8125 and can be seen be seen at the store. These two articles holder of the lucky number will get either drawing. No oiie connected with my r- I SEWING MACHINE. mSLt " it' - PKSteHrcS: at the store; the Machine cost 855 and can will be drawn for Aiiieto& SjgSflL and the the BUGGY or MACHINE mrfit after the business will have a chance. PLAIN" FACTS : MY STOCK IS FRESH, NEW AND I guarantee that every article sold will be as before, from 15 to 20 per cent, lower than the same article can be bought elsewhere. I will return the money for any goods bought of me, if they prove not to be as represented. Remember that STYLISH a ! That I keep no auction trash, and even if you don't wish to buy it will be no trouble to show you our IMMENSE STOCK of 21e aai B&w9 UtotbiaiS) BF ing will positively take place TICKETS will be given. No deviation from this rule. s.. Bonis ami on i and SboeSf Hats and aps. Trunks and )f d African Monkey, possessed of Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods. Also the great Curiosity, a white-facegreat intelligence. My psices are positively the very lowest Now is your chance, not only to get Bargains, SINGER SEWING MACHINE without one cent or extra cost. but also a chance to get a BUGGY or a 25, no matter how few or how many Tickets are GIVEN AWAY Don't delay nor wait, as the DrawBY THAT TIME. To CASH sales on AUG. I a Jglv.J.ii,.I,lrLi5PgPj JJ Qpp. Sif yers House Stanford, Sy. , , , mammmm i i The performance of M J D.irhsm a A Comptroller of the Currency have attractthe River and Harbor bill raid and insists that it will not do for the friends of hon- ed much attention and many democrats, esty and economy in the Senate and House who are etrong friends of Buckner on May 18, 1886 to rest upoa a chance of a veto. Tho re- grounds of sentiment, think Durham Stanford, Ky sponsibility is with Congress. Constant ef- - would bo a more business like Executivo and therefore favor him -- Dispatch in N. fort, unremitting vigilance, uncompromisW. P. WALTON. Y. World. ing resistance a every stage of the familiar The Supreme Lodge of Knights of process, will be required to beat the biggest Bjard of River and Harbor bill, with one exception, Honor, which met last week at Proyidence, It Is pretty certain tbat tbe Ectualirition mil bs continued in some that ever was launched, and to save the B.;i., elected officers as follows: Supreme shape or other, notwithptanJiDR Mr. Bab- democratic party a scandal and a humilia- Dictator, L. A. Gratz, Tennessee; Supreme bitt's solemn nod unequivocal promise that ting sequel such ns the corrupt republican Vice D.ctator, John T. Milburn, Kentucky; TORE-ROO- M it should bo repealed, nod tbat gentleman party experienced four years ago. Watch Suprome Reporter, B. F. Nelson, Missouri; trill have to spend the summer upon the il; break it; beat itl And never again trust i Supreme Treasurer, Joseph W Branch, raging stump, telling hit disappointed con- the preparation of defense to the foolish Missouri. The Court of Appeals has rendered a stituency why this is thus. It is painful hands of Willis, of Kentucky, and a special decision affirming tbe verdict of the Montto observe that Mr. Bobbitt hr.s not held River and Harbor committee. gomery circuit court, which found A. M. the Legislature up by the tail as much as The Legislature did not adjourn yester Bowling, of Rowan county, guilty of the we had been led to suppose he would. He to do so. murder of of Deputy Marshal Gill, in Mt. has not only failed to abolish the office of day, notwithstanding its resolve This is the 140th day of the session, which Sterling, in January, 1834 and fixing his cloak-roc- m keeper, but has in the face of a has been the most worthless to the poo pi o punishment at confinement in the penitenAnd tho Prices named nltnoat tnko your breath for Cheapness. Our solo ambition is to promise, a thousand times repotted, absoof any that has preceded it. The total cost tiary at 21 years. exlutely made no effort to abolish the of the body to date is $150,000. At Prescott, Kansas, Frank Lyle, aged pensive custom of allowing the members twenty-eigh- t, shot and killed Minnie ice in their water. Mr. Bobbitt may be THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Unmes, agd seieuieeu, itLd vui-.-i bai ber able to explain this monstrous direlection, The Senate passed a bill to prevent brains out with a club, in a fit of rage, bebat whether to the satisfaction of his con- First-Clas- s 2oo1.h railroads from charging more for hauling cause of her rejecting his persistent offer stituency la a matter of painful doubt. coal a short than a long distances by a crowd of marriage. Lyle was pursued There is nbaut a much need of a The House passed the Benato bill to ofcitizem, who caught him and hanged ! at Louisville as a wagon needs a submit a proposition to the voters in dis- him to a tree. Our goods are the best and wo only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. Wo could never learn to follow. Wo l, yet Mr, Willis, assisted by those trict No. 3, in Garrard county, whether or Thomas W. Ferry, eighteen year a want toochievo success by deserving it. Wo don't expect to got rich in day. Wo almost a swap dollars with our who sesm determined to get not intoxicating liquors shall be sold theredemocrats Senator in Congress, six of which he was customers, wo sell at so small a profit, still wo havo no bad debts and find ourselves gaining in strength as a bueincsa everything in eight, has succeeded in pass- in. Both Houses have passed the bill to the presiding officer of that body, and ones House all tho time. ing a bill in the House to establish one boss of Michigan politics, has been a fugi Tho Calicoes and Cottons wo sell to our customers at 5 cents a yard aro worth that by tho car-loaoxcent tho there. Good democrats like Mr. Morrison, establish a normal school for colored pertive from justice since his retirement. There discount wo get off for cash. of Illinois, opposed it and had read a letter sons. It appropriates $7,000 for buildings are several indictments pending against Wo think wo can sell you Shoes and Clothing at a saving of from 83 to 85 over ctty prices. Our low prices on from Treasurer Jordon that there was no and $3,000 annually for the support of the him in Michigan, charging him with for- Shoes of every description aro tho marvol of tho ago. All tho fino Laco Curtains and beautiful White Goods that institution. and necessity for additional The Senate voted to continue the gery. He is now in Italy, an intellectual sold so low in tho auction will be closed out cheap. If you pay cash and want to eco how far a dollar will go, call at that those at St. Louis, Baltimore, CincinBoard of Equalization, amending it so that and physical imbecile, occasioned by tbe nati, New Orleans and Chicago might be use of morphine. dispensed with and their fanclions per- it shall consist of one member from each At Jackson, Fla., Dan and Lon Mann, formed by the National banks with greater Appellate district, the Judges of the Court who murdered Marshal Campbell and economy and lees risk than under the pres- of Appeals to make the appointments. wounded Officer McCormick at Barrow The Louisville lima Btates a eelf-a- pent system. Saturday, were lynched late that night; parent fact thusly: "When the present The existing law requires that the Com Legislature adjourns, if it should ever ad A crowd of 200 men surrounded the jail, JOHN B. FOSTER. Mills. THOS. METCALF. The monwealth shall admit as true the affidajourn, it will go down in history as the disarmed the sheriff, took the keys, and vit of an absent witness in a criminal case worst aggregation of Solons that eyer met took the prisoners to a tree near by. While Highest Market Price Tald for Wool. in order to prevent a continuance. This is at Frankfort, and will hold that station in stringing up Dan Mann, Lon got loose and manifestly unjust to the Slate and is the Wear public estimation until the Ligislature ran. Jae was promptly winged ana strung farmers innow prepared to minuhc'urs wodI fora the best manner, .Is we shall tnake means of procuring more unnecessary con up to the same limb. specialty of CUSTOM WORK this Kson. we that succeeds it comes and goes. safesolicit wool to be rati Iota Blankets, tinuances than all of the many other Dr. F. O. Toung delivered a young Jeans, Unseys, Stocking Yarn, Flannels, Kolls. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. guards that are thrown around a criminal Ac, Ac woman of good family who had loved not of goods We will keep constantly on band a stock which wa will exchange for wool on to keep him from suffering tho penalties of terras Wool bought at tha market price. A policeman shot and killed Frank P. wisely, but too well, of an infant last week, for manutacturlng wool Is the law he has outraged. The affidavits of Gray, which was left in charge of a colored woman. ed Prices u follows.- - Cardingwhen spinning,furnishthe richest man in Atlanta. are and IM$e; absent witnesses should be taken as other Carding the examination he refused to divulge Carding, an J Spinning, doubling and twisting, 2vc; A tornado near Madrid, Spain, killed At spinning ami wearing Jeans, 25c testimony, for what it is worth and we are the name of his patient, saying: "I will Carding, spinning and wearing whlt-- i Llnsey, 23c 70 persons and wounded 200 others. glad to see that the Senate is moving in the llMm It. MATTISGLY, fro'r. The Southern Exposition at Louisville go to jail and stay all summer before I direction of abating the evil. will tell who she is, for the poor girl is of a A MEW opens Aug. 28th and closes Oct. 23rd. AND- good family, and if she is exposed now she The amount subscribed to the Police looks like a small matter but in the & Implement House. aggregate the custom of providing each men's Benefit fund in Chicago is now about will be certain to go to the bad, while on Buggy tbe other hand if her identity is kept a selegislator with two newspapers during the $75,000. The Church of England enjoys an in- cret this has taught her a lesson, and she I will In a lew dajs opea a session amounts to a pretty big steal. For this session the amount is $3,000. There is come frosa the State of about $1,500,000 may in all probability live a good and corFull Lino of Agricultural ImpleLexrect life the remainder of her days." absolutely no excuse for such an appropri- per annum. ments, The damage to property by the water ington Transcript. ation, unless it be claimed that the memWith the reliable Waller A. Woxl Uarresllog bers would not read and inform themselves spout in 9 counties of Ohio is estimated at HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Machine at ttte bead Alio a got $10,000,000. of the needs of the times unless they All quiet at Hustonville. L.C.Al- Pall Lice ot Buggies and Wagons The depot of the L. & N. railroad at their information gratis. But in point of night. corn has put himself in the charge of his Always on baud. In connection right and justice, the State ought to as soon Rnssellville was burned Saturday with my Imaunt, Mis. B , and is flourishing. Frost plement business I will also carry a be mulcted for the cigar and other bills of The fire was the result of incendiarism. Sanday night, but not serious. No news All of our Sugir was bought before tbe adranc and can be so'd at the same old Ice. The Governor has appointed Dr. Al- the solons. Complete Stock of Lumber, Our pi Mr. Carson is out; thinks his vin Daval, of Frankfort, Assistant Physi- stirring. The Senate while not having tbe cour- cian of the Eastern Asylum for the Insane damaged eye may be saved. Election no- Both rough and dresvd. Prices on everything as age to repeal the Geological Survey bill tices and poll books for school elections at Low iin any oue. at Lexington. handicapped it with so many amendments Judge Varnon'a office. Elder J. L. Allen solicit a share of your patronage Ikaprclfdlly, A cyclone swept northern Ohio Saturas to make it almost worthless. It requires day, carrying death and devastation with is announced to preach at the Christian 112-lIs very cheap. We bare recently refllted"one-hs-lf . 31. HIIVCE. of our store with botes for that business. II is that tbe geologiet execute a bond for $20,-00.,. it. Thirty or 40 persons were killed and church, Hustonville, next Sunday. uuiui)Hfu ivr imuij ana 11111111I.11NL (In. lll'Vl'Vuttt in-i... that the salary be reduced from $3,000 hundreds wounded. AS "W b.r Bet, I. vxri!mi 'Thei iVl. are uihi from Sr t iVnTil' XC-",- "? "LM".KW" ,..,,.. . m.u ask you to call and onlr CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ilnegoods. to $2,000 and that the printing and lithoCholera is spreading in Italy. Five Dan Holman found 43 cut worms in graphing be paid out of tho special appro cases and two deaths are reported from priation of $10,000. This leaves little or one hill of corn and is complaining of the Venice, and fourteen new cases and four nothing upon which to prosecute the work scarcity of worms. deaths from Brindisi. and in its present shape the survey will Mrs. James F. Holdam is yet very low; The government will spend $10,000 in amount to practically no benefit to tbe J'sffav-yifitting an expedition to observe tho total has been speechless for several days, her reState. eclipse of the sun to occur August 29 on covery is thought impossible. "vl' Will IV HWiP4Vpr 4 The village gardens presented an The remains of Joel T. Hart, which cost the west coast of Africa. something like a cemetery last the State $1,200 to bring from Italy, have Silver touched the lowest point Satur ever since laid in the vault at the Frank- day it ever reached. We can now pur- aiiht, with old clothes and newspapers fort cemetery because there was no money chase the quantity required to put in our over the vegetables. Though some frost, L nothing appears to be injured. left of the appropriation to give him a de- silver dollar for 76 cents. cent burial. Tho General Assembly has That Fox a red one from Danville, Iealeis In all klndsof At tbe last advices eight of the rioters finally resolved to bury him at an addition- who sacked a Chicago drug store and haunts our village every Sunday it is not hi sMtssi Hi al coot and when tho bones of this drank wine of colchicam for alcohol have inquest of geese he comes, but the young man finally reach their died. They were all foreigners. men hereabout are geese if the allow him to jcAsMssjsytpPJs3f.s t fc3BrT proper place let us hope tbat they may rest Gen. John L, Lewis, who was courier carry away the bird he is after. ia peace. A report was current here that Loyd for Gen. Jackson at the battle of New OrML flEftigavMVj MiffVy. FTsWF MaJslSlMw','' JWl n. Jf The House refused to concur in the Sen- leans and an officer in the Confederate Robinson, formerly of this county, murate amendment to the revenue bill on the Army, died at New Orleans Saturday, aged dered his wife and child in Illinolr, and was killed by a mob. His wife was a bank tax claune and a conference commit- 87. Hon. Walter Cleary, of Covington, has daughter of Harrison Watt, of Garrard j&-tee was appointed which agreed to fix the j.mxvr" MKnBHHMpMBbMBapjA tax on them at 76 cents on the $100 of their been appointed by tho Interior Depart- county. Dr. Jos B. Graham has returned from property and only 10 per cent, of their sur ment to investigate fraudulent land entries. office pays $2,000 and traveling ex Louisville, and brought with him a friend plus is exemptel. The assessors under the The penses. from Louisville to fish for bass and finer new law will bs paid a commission instead slSSMSSSslslSSr' Mrs. Elizibeth McKay, of Taylors- game. Hal Moore went to Louisville to of being paid so much a list, as heretofore. ville, will be 100 years old June 4, and tbe see the Derby. Mr. Wm. O'Brien, our The tax on other property Is fixed at 47 leading citizens of tbat place aro tananging cents. clever R. R. agent, is visiting friends in to celebrate the event in an appropriate The Bucket & Water Nelson county, and Mr. James Roberts, of The Legislature will leave the convict manner. question in about the same shape that they The official police report on the Anar- Mitchellsburg, is in charge of his office dur- la an lmnrorement ou any 1'urap or Elevator yet lnrenwxl. Tb cups descending lull or air and asfound it, alter tinkering with it for four chist riot shows that sixty-si- x officers were ing his absence. cending full of water, circulates the air Iroro botmonths. The latest bill provides that so wounded, of whom five have died, ten have tom to top of cistern or well, removing wlulee, WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. water bugs, and rendering thn waier pure, reiaor-ln- g at EJdyville to re returned to duty and 51 are still under the 9 soon as there is room all color, bad lasto or smell. Ibis 1'uiup has Eld. J, G. Livingston's meeting closed an linprored chain; no links to get twisted; each ceive the convicts tbey shall be returned to surgeon's care. -cup Is soldered permanently, and Ins end ol a link, SUICItEYN,the walls, or as somebody has expressed it, Toe railway oonsttuction in the United Sunday night, after one week's duratior, allatplece ot galvanized iron U ucJ Do not purchase a pump until you see this. a law has been passed that provides what is States for 1885 was 3,100 miles of main with 23 additions. Mr. Crutchfield and Very respccttully. already the law, shall be the law. v. iiiGCjJiim line, making the aggregate mileage in the Misses Ann Finley and Anna and Lena Mullins were baptized Sunday afternoon. Mb. Bkeck Jones sends us a copy of tho United States at the commencement of Revs. Childera and Kelt are holding St. Louis Republican, in which Gov. Knott 1880,128,569 miles. Mrs. Rodney Hood, of Jackson, Mich., a series of interesting meetiugi at the Methis nominated for Attorney General in case , Grain, Wool, Sccils, Feed, Coal, t odist church. No additions as yet, but Mr. Garland shall resign, in a deservedly was given a bath in which, by mistake, a STAITFOSID. considerable interest is being manifested complimentary manner. Gov. Knott was solution of alchohol and corroslye sublimate was ured instead of alcohol alone. among those not belonging to the church. at one time Attorney General of Missouri Tbe men from Leslie county charged E. H. BURNBIDB. and is still held in great esteem in that She died soon afterwaid. A water spout at Xenia, O, v. ashed with murder and brought here under a. State. This Old Woll - Known away over 100 houses and drowned 30 per- writ of habeiB corpus from Stanford wore Hotol Maintains ita The strike in the sugar refineries of sons. Bo swift and terrible were the re- allowed ball by Judge Fintey in the sum of High Brooklyn having ended in the complete esch. There was no evidence offered morseless waves that entire families were $1,000 AND defeat of the strikers, who have returned to swept out of existence without a momont's on the part of the commonwealth, though Iti Proprietor it Dotormined that work under lea favorable conditions than warning. I have understood that it was received afit Shall ho Beoond to no Country before, the price of sugar will drop back to Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, The Appropriations Committee of the ter the trial was held. Mr. Din Rollins, DK1LKSS IJt its former figures, which will be good news ttppoinimoius, or Aitan- House has completed another urgent defi- of Manchester, represented tho defendants. to these who have a sweet tooth in their tion to Comfort of Drugs, Books, Stationery and ciency appropriation bill. It appropriates their Guesti. heads. We agree with Brother Walton that Fancy Articles. $0,000,000 for pensions, $229,000 for pub-The democratic committee of this Supo-rio- r lie printing. $200,000 for the pay of tbe tho revenuo system stands badly in need of BKKKe will be tfonreed to aud from tha ni frtAof charge. Special aeomrnodatlons Physicians' prescriptions accurately coinpouudad, Court district will meet at Frankfort army and $5,000 for expenses of advertis- simplification, but we must insist that no Also to Commercial Travelers. The liar will "man at London wanted to take 18 gallons y determine the place and date for ing for Indian supplies. to alrrays sappMed nlth trie choice? ranJ4 or Liquors and CUar. any other quantity) of whisky out of holding a convention to nominate a candiSome of tbe manufactories which went (or We "Iggchpot, bond,", or other. plactl date forjudge. It is thought that Danville off and granted the eight hour JLEE P ItOrKllAX), taste not '"'handle 'not," in oar cityl In is about as centrally demand of the workmen, have will be oelocteJ, at it "Watches, becosae I10 13O.V DJ31VTIMT Tho Largest Stock ofSilverware Olooke, located aa any place in tbe district. thatithsycaaaot do so profitably point of fact) thoman who wantedtotake Jewelry and BTAJ.FOKD, KY and'give tho Hamo pay bs formerly and tho whiiky out of bond lives eleven inllcH OSes Bomb side JU'.n Street, mo hw.tt f.ov June 12 is named as the dale of the ' Ever bought to this market Jrlces Lowsr than the Myers d M return tojljo ',( hours or from.hero and is a republican candidate Pnre NitrousHotel: Que . the Lowct. Woli hrs, CIocVs and .Twlry Riw Ozlit S'tiululiT.' President's wedding. olee'ttuul down entirely, i for county officaT paired oa ilioit notice and Warranted. London Leader. ... o,ulrd. . 'v M Wfc3 -- SScAlfilnterforlonrrail The New fork Sun urges the defeat of REGULAR- f AVALANCHE OF BARGAINS ! CROWDED0 FLOOR TO CEILING. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, See How IKEuch We can Sell for a Dollar ! Store, t sub-treasu- ry Dry Wc Keep Everything Pertaining to a with a Full and Complete Shoe, Mat and Clothing Department Attached fifth-whee- S. X. Powers StanfordjWoolen STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Go.'s Great Bargain Store, i iietei & tate, ALWAYS IN THE MARKET, 1 4 It Low Prices a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, 't Hardware, Embracing Everything, 0; METCALF WE N ,., & FOSTJEJK. MENEFEE, TsRLA iiIl----1ii- & -- EISySsTB! Favminglmplements and Machinery, Of jhi. ia1iil.ifr-BB.'CS!SS5.LiAa- jkf runner Ptwrt Ha Bug a$$&gg Iuiulir, Etc ii. MYERS HOTEL, Klf. and Still Reputation, Spring Wagons, Bucli Boards. Parm Wagons, Fropr rnmmm i& PHARMACISTS, -- JEWELERS. half-cocke- d cob-vinc- -- SC t rht -- fc ' :'l3N3Wi SJtmi-iHlttklijSnlul- M $uxm - Fnran rnnnrd poodi nt Waters '" & Ran- & RELIGIOUS. RETT ADTKBTlHE-CRT- b. Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, May 18, 1880 Mcnefee'a. Funs German millet seed . at Wearen tlie Democratic Bute Convention. We are tolling nooda nt cost now. Come 23. and ero m Metcalt & Foutor. A resolution ia beforo tho General Con ANK HTOCK- .-I will Mil at suction In Btan-Jference at Richmond to deal with dancing lord, June court day, shares of t. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tub pay train waa distribute filthy and circus going members of the church. Farmers National Bank ofCthat place. stock In the Thomas s. (121-lParsons, Htanlord. 1 53 r.M. among tIo L A N. employeea yester- lucre Mall train golnu North, Sixteen person united with the Chris 12 is r. M. Houth day, 1 II At X. Houtb. UiproMtraln" tian church here fait Sunday, the reault of 3E3ii-aLisrii2 03 A. If. ii Horn., Bs The father of Cap!. W. II Bpradlln died the Camp Gronnd meeting. Somerset ReThe ovo Ii calculated on standard time, Bolir nt Fountain Head, Tcnu , Saturday, aged porter". Of all kinds for ale cheap si tberery cheapest. nit li About 29 minutes laitar. The Southern Baptist Convention, at Please (Ire iuo a call beforo buying elsowhcrc. G7 ycara. Trimmed nud Itemly for Vac, nt 121-JIAMtlHOX UIVEXB. -- 60,000 pounds Montgomery, haa adjourned sine die. Tho Wanted! Wanted LOCAL NOTICES. of 18S7 will be hold at tho Broadof Wool at highest market price for cash. scraion Garden oeeds at McUoberta Landukth'h way Baptist church In Louisville. A. T. Nunnelley. The district conference of tho MethoLAN.)iir.Tii8 ijarden seed in bulk and Tun K. C ofTura tery low rate to thoro dist Church, South, will be held at Perry-vili- o, packager) at Penny & McAlislerV. who wish lo attend the Muiical Festifal at beginning to day. Jas. A, Harris Watoiim and Jewelry repaired on shor Cincinnati this week. and John W. Pennington are the delegates ootico and warranted by I'cnny A Me Alia At Ulnc-Gras- s Stock Yard?,-ar. , , Mn. Boo Owens would like to get a good from the Stanford church. BOY the Haaa Hog Remedy, the oriRi Rev. Btrother Coojc, Jr , who went Cutrlw-lan- d aal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl hotel man to assist him at him at as n Baptist missionary to Africa about two Falls this reason. Address later. rears ago, has started on his return to hii A comtlkte atock of Jewelry, latest ilarrodiburg. 3, '86. style. Rockford watchra n apecialty. Pen. homo near Harrodaburg, on account of the nr A MrAlislsr. Preuton, a little son of Mr. William los of his health. He had been quite sue Commences at 12 o'clock sharp. " Beck, wa thrown from a mule the other cessful in that field of labor for the Maeter. PERSONAL. day and had tho large bono of his left arm A letter from Rev. George O. Barnes About 50 head from the well-knoof tte West End, split just at the elbow. Mim Kate Blain, herds of A. McClintock & Son, reached us yesterday, written while sailing waa here Saturday. Ky., E. McMichael and L. Spoona-mor- on the Great Australian Bight and mailed Born, to the wife of Mr. A. Mn9. Mary Bowman and Horace hare John B. Wallace, Lexington, Ky. at Adelaide, South Australia, at which Jane at llale'a Well, a girl-B- etsy returned from' Mercer. point he and the tioupe arrived safely on We will oflsr a choice selection of highly bred Mnberly Spoonamore. She will be ready Including the very Miss Molub Johnston, of Lancaster, March 27ih. It will appear in next issue, animals of of tested best butter strains, offipringn. cows and their a number to entertain the crowd on opening day. ia with Mra. B. K. Weartn. Kentucky number Among them are representallTes from such famThe Baptists of ilies as Miu. W. II. Wnwinrrr has gone to A democrat is to succeed to the lucra183,491, which includea 58,000 colored Highland. members; there are 28,053 Baptist churches Signal, St. Lnmbcrt.SllTcr Mine, FarmVeraaillei to tiilt her partnta. tive position of postmaster at ers' Glory, Hex, Alplica, etc. Mil. Gkokob H. BnecE la making a Or. R. B. Mulllns haa been appointed in in this country, and 31,209 in the world. tour of the northern part of the State. For catalogues, which will be ready by May 15 place of Mr. II. P. Young. The office paya There are 2,600,000 members in the U. S. address MK3.SUEBACOIIMAN and Robert G. $40 per year. in the and 3,135,127 world. A. JIcCLIXTOCtl A BOX, are visiting relaliree at Somerset. Hall Mlllersburg, Ky. At the annual meeting of the AmeriA chance to get a buy or a sewing Col. H. E. Edmuniok, Auctioneer. -- Col. W. G. Welch is In Frankfort at machine for nothing la offered by Mr. D. can Bible Bociely held at New York, FritheBuperior Court Committee meeting. Klaea In a flaming advertisement on our day, it waa shown that receipt of the year Mns. Thomas Metcalk and Charley first page. Everybody will be interested were $523,010; expense $499,998. There hare returned from a tlslt to NIcholuYillr, were 1.437.440 bibles, testaments, etc., le reading it. Mns. CArr. E. T. Rochesteii and in aned, of which 634.603 went to foreign Cottage Bread and Fresh O&kes, Strawwaa 20 yean ago yesterday (instead of ton, Eldle, hart gone to Lonlitlllo lo visit lands. berries, loo Oieam, Batter kept on ice, next montb) that the first train arrived at her litters. LAND. STOCK AND CROP m$ m&i fresh and nice) Ioe to retail; Ice-col- d Mr. J. W. VanAhsdall, the wide' Btanford and those who remember it say Oider, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, City, waa hero that the weather waa an exact counterpart awake merchant of Jusctlou B. G. Gover sold to W. F. Ramey 10 Don't forget that It Is headquarters for good Buttof the day in chllltueM. yesterday, butcher catte at 3 cents, bead 700-l- b. 121-erMibb LiDA McCann, a Lexington A. T. Nunnelley haa purchased eo far A really chilly snap aucceeded the Inbelle and baauty, la the guest of Mlas Babra tensely hot weather of last week and yea- - 0,000 pounds of wool at 20c for the best. I Pennington. Many farmers In Central Kentucky terdiy morning frost waa noticed in many Memiw. II. G. and T. J. Beau, of localities, but not of sufficient amount to are con ti acting to sell their wheat for July I will delirer Ire to regular customers in Stanford and vicinity every morning at Clark, hate bctn visiting their sister, Mrs. injure the vegetables materially. and August delivery at 70 lo 75 centa. One Cent Ponud. R. E. Harrow. Mr. J. C. Haya disposed of 140 mules, Accounts Juest the cloeeof each month, or A Dispatch from Gallatin tells that while at Atlanta, at prices ranging from Mn. and Mrs. J C IlAYa have rerh'B rustointriuits. turned from Atlanta, where they had been President Zimmerman ia there and says $120 to $180, but claims that he made no 122-- tf Jt.EIiARJtOtr. laid to money during the aeaaon. that he Intends having the ratlt fine December, of Kings Moun- Beottaville in CO daya on the Chesapeake A A former resident Earight, the 3 year-ol- d Eoquirer MatPLAN0S FOR SALE. tain, Mr. John W. Evans, haa been appoint- Nashville. E'even hundred tone of steel agorda chestnut colt, whose recent breakrails will arriye this week along with a down while training caused a heavy loss to One square Piano, In a good state of preserva ed postmaster at Cantratl, III. Judge J. M. Pmurs and Mr. R. Bar sufficient number of enelnei and can to do hla owner, Cspt. 8. 8, Brown, died Sunday tion, for t7S; on exeeJIent &iuare, price f 100; one Upright, nearly new, 1175; one large Square Pinight at Louisville. nett left yesterday for a prospecting tour the work. ano, a- -. For information call at this office or through Kansas, Nebraska and Tex a. The aale of the Alexander yearlinga see Mr. 8. 8. Myers, 8Unford. PnoMOTtoxg. Mr. G. E. Evana, superin Mr. T. R Walton left on the 2 tendent of the Louisville & Knoxvllla di- resulted in the disposal of 41 head at $1,-4121-- tt Mrs. H. C. TItVF.nEA.ItT. o'clock expreM for Cincinnati thia morn-icaverage, An Alfonso colt, brother to vision of the L. & N., has been promoted whltter be goes to repltnlsh bis atock. to Superintendent of Transportation and Foxhall, waa bought by J. B. Haggin, of STRAYED OR STOLEN. Mr. B.C. Hardin, of Clinton county, the master of trains, Mr. P. T. Downs Ban Francisco, for $8,000, this being the ia here. A pretty girl is the real attraction, highest price paid. A Grny Saddle Horse, has been appointed lo his late position. though he claims to have come eolely to Danville Court. There were about Blxteeo hands high. A liberal reward will be conMaj. John Gault, one of the oldest 250 cattle on the matket; most all sold. glren tor InformaUon leading to his whereabouts. visit his brother, Mark. ductors on the road, succeeds to Mr. A. ir. JUOXTGOJfEItT, Mrs. Kate Culdertpon, of Coving- Downs' place and the promotions are unu- Prices for beat ranged from 4 to 5 centa. A Crab Orchard, Ky. if few plug horses sold from $00 to $30. No ton, who ia on a visit to the family of her sually deserving all around. waa down to rce father, Mr. J. E. Huffman, mules offered. Crowd rather small. 15. her cousin, Mrs. L- - F. Huffman Saturday. about as usual. The Interior Journal la headquarters roaA DisrATCH from Mrs. Welch states for watering place printing. It haa turned The Latonia Jockey Club haa issued a with Mr. J. W. out 100,000 impressions this season for handsome catalogue of its races to begin-Ma- Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Bindthat abe was en route home ers and Reapers, Hayden and wife, the former having gain- Hock Castle, Dripping Springs and Hale's 29 and end June 5th, which embrace ed strength enough to make the trip from Well, and now Mr. Soc Owena cornea to the many important eventa. The Secretary, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. hlahome in Kansas. front with 5,000 Impressions for Cumber- Mr. E. C. Hopper, haa laid us underobllga-lion- a tlMm Mrs. J. I. McKlKNEY left yesterday to land Falh. We used to do the Crab Orby sending a press badge, which we join her husband at Bardslown, where he chard work and would do It yet, but for hope to use duriog the meeting. has been appointed depot agent. She is a the fact that it is now owned by a firm Twenty thousand people witneascd the I have Just retumed from the city and I cordialmy Elegant Lino of thoroughly accomplished lady and a most that has a little printing office of its own. 12th Kentucky Derby Friday, which waa ly Inrlte you ts call and see also cal attention to MUllnery befo-- buying. 1 - i.i one withal, and her departure will pleasant won by Haggin's Ben All over 9 atartera my finely selected stock of LadleV Underwear MERCHANT TA1XOB. and Jucok Durham won the law suit that he in 2.3GJ, distance 1 mile), Blue Wing 2J; and Notions. Handkerchiefs, Collars, Cufls Embe greatly regretted. We hope abe will ofCoraeUof dlflerent style. Ladtea' White came all the way from Washington to pros Dresses, lean bo found at my store tn ten let our readera hear from her either in Free Knight 31. The time ia the beat by broidered lately vacated by the e. the room A few years ago J. B. T. Davie', I hato rehired and still rccelring poetry or prow, which she wrltea so charm- ecute. 3 of a second ever mado by a Derby win JIIIS. KATE JiUDJtKIlAIt. of Ilarrodsburg, committed suicldo. He Stanford, Ky. 1102m ingly over the nam de f'sme of "Katydid." ner on the Louisville course. Ben All held an losurancs pslicy of $10,000 nn his bails from California, but waa bred iu KenLOCAL MATTERS. life in the Mutual Benefit, of Newark, tucky. vumpruiDg me cent in tno market, irhlch will be which refused to pay it to his heir because Waiion gear at cost. T. K. Walton. Rocs Castle BrniNaa. Fine music la Qotton Up In Stylo and Moko Sooond to Mono m .City it claimed that Daviess waa insane and deor Country. amuse-ment- e G0NTRAQT0RMUILDER PcrtrOirman millet at MelcalMc Foa- - ceived the sgcat and physician aa tj his to be a prominent feature In the Me a Trial. Give at Rock Castle Springs this year. A ter'a. beilth. The jury decided, however, that STANFORD, KY. splendid orchestra, combining cornet band money must be paid. 8KB Wearen A Menfee before eellinj; the from Laurel, Indiana, haa been engaged Offers hlaserTlcea to the people of 8'anford and your wool. A FA! m Cuke. An apparently genuine for the entire summer; the brilliant ama- Tlclnlty. Long axperleace and careful attention guarantee satlslactlon. Building material of er-eJok F. Watkrs. Tuoxas D. Kaxet. Potato, tomato and cabbage plants for cure of sciatica of many months standing, teur Gold i Silver Band, of Stanford, will description furnished at low rates. which rendered her almost unable to walk, spend the month of July at the Springs O. J. Xewland. sale. has been ex(erlenccd by Mrs. It. C. War- "aoothing thesayage breast" and crushing Wr guarantee the Proctor Knott patent ren In answer to prayer and faith. It oc- the hearts of gentle dudeam; a pianist of flour. Melcalf & Foster. curred some weeka ago and on an afternoon national fame; a charming cantatrice of MT, VERNON, KY, scarcely inferior to a cornet-solois- t & Btaoo haye started their when it waa more painful even than usual, McKoBEivrs n Hotel Is still This old and whether it was Lavi and a trombone solo and fantaaia perBod a Fountain and is as eood as erer but we have waited to see Charge reasonable. fine reputation real or imaginary relief before recording former of unrivalled accomplishments will H pedal attention to the trarellng public made. -- Come with the tide to ui lor it. No pain has been felt In tho limb aince add special interest and variety to the enXEircoarn, vro'r, 3i. Mt. Vernon, Ky. The Ladlea' Misiionary Baciety of tho and Mrs. Warren, who haa for yeara been a joyment of guests. A number of choice 83-Candles, Sngar, Coffee, Banttst church is talking of civlng Banannas, devoted believer of the faith cure doctrine, rooms have already been assigned for the Fiour, Meal, Oranges, Baron, Lard, strawberry supper sometime within the ia Lemons, more enthusiastic in her conviotlons season. Mark K. Lw, "the Puck of the ! Butter, Eggs, Dates, Figv next ten days. JKJQMsTjjisML CfWL Potatoes, than ever. IUIiins, press," and family, accompanied by eeveral Mstkerel, Pr Metres, n to announce to his Is My warehouse ia complete and la stockayrups, The Jolly, Giunted Bail. The sis men from La-li- prominent Eiatern families have engaged readerseditor Nom D. Flume, wno wrot Dr. Molasses, that Cocoa, ed full of btigRlea and machinery, All I Cheese, county, who had been placed in jail rooms for the entire aummer. Dr. D. G. Bourne's tunny adrertlscments, la doad. Tio Clorea, large monies paid him for writing this column rsletf, atk from those who wish to buy ia a call here for charged with the Murroll, one of the most prominent phy- brought on sollentngol the brain and ho died of Canned Ooods, Apple Butter, " Pino Apple, before doing do. I. Mac Bruce. of a constable's posaeee and sicians and surgeona of Louisville, will be too much smartness. Spice, murder of one Dr. lJourne Is determined, howeTer, to 'giro hla iiominy, Cinnamon, benefit of this large salary In prices. Beans, Cakes, Mn, I). Klas3 sprung so suddenly upon the wounding of others, were taken by Jail- the resident physician at Rock Castle customers the Ikatdca soiling Kraut, I'ronea, last week Springs the coming reason. Ho spent last Issue that we did net have er Newland to Williamsburg Sardines. our epaco this Fruit Medicines, Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods, ilu-ti- e Bakers Pickles, ChoooW Diicd Peaches. time cither to enlarse the paper or to Issue when Judge Finley heard the application summer here. Letter in London Leader. Spectacles, Instruments, U reai Si?,f lf?' Conti Merchandise, , Crackers, Starch, Boap, 8oda, tobacco, Cigars, Lamp.. Chimneys. Commonwealth Attorney, asfor bail. The n eupplement, but our patrons may rest Jcxctlry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing lackle, Mr George Stone, in a speech at Mon &f!iPo,K,-L!,",elrjrUl!Deln- .th8 Gro"rrnj.,nda!o plain and fancy Harneis,'Saddl'. bponges, Knives, Iiper, Blank Books, sured that we will more than make up for Everiole, was not on hand to resist the ap- ticello last Monday, declined to be a candi Whips, Waoon Gear, etc., etc., manufactured for us by the popular Arm of R. Carson Bon. Couttrrv Vrotluce of erery description wante J. Itemember that we buyf, males, lmmuntfKm, uye atujjs, uiass, Mix of our reading matter by plication and on affidavits entiroly exparle date for Congress In thia district. fRe any curtailment and sell lust as iuw u but una posuoiy aux, uuion tney carry on Business lot pleasure and that Is a fact wede- ed Imnts, Mrusncs, Varnishes the Judge granted bail at $1,000 each, ' spreading ourselves Friday. sire especially to reiterate cmchatlxa an u impress upon tne-- minds of an Intelligent rubllc. Wa porter. s Drug Htoro, all of Crerythlngkeptin a Ouarantkk entire satisfaction, always, and deliver all goods anywhere In or within a few miles cf though even on the one aided statement the which la new, frmh.and superior, he has on oiaaiuru or our suouruan ciiy 01 Aiotriatlll WAT EIts Jb ItAXEW Prnuv Embry waa arrested by Marshal case waa far from being a good one for the We have hoped earnestly that tho Presihand a iloxen Hachi'lors, nnd will furnish 3, NEWTON CRAIG, Jr.. Sidesman. any good looking lady who deals with him with Newland yesterday on a charge of burglar- - prisoners. They were returned to jail hero dent would give Col. Thomas L Jones a choice or the lot. Watch tbla column for list of Izlnc the resldenco of ltobert Q. Jones, on and will in a few days, they eay, execute foreign minion. He really ought not to names, or call at Whitley street. Terry is a bad egR, but ho the required bonds. The trial had very make himself ridiculous by running for Bourne's New Drus and Book Store, comes by it honestly, ilia daddy ia In the much the appearance of a disregard even for Governor again. rOwcnsboro Mewen-ge- r his penitentiary for life for the murder of G tut taken tht Lad la, ol the forma of tho law, and such farcet Wk lhrlt c! that clui a! The one dynamite bomb fired by the wlfo and It ia thonght that Perry will have havehad much to do with the existing law- SM tim.lie-- , an4 hai glt AWnrCat'.'a a' man unlvirul tauifea- AKp TO A !AV. t3 t!ml. the pleasure of staying with him a few losancoa of that section. .Mr. oversold waa crazy Anarchists of Chicago waa heard in rOuirumil i i u i pros., uurtr-iijPHsr ticMbmcun I'arii, r every Book and cranny of thia broad land. Tcar8- perhaps eatlified that bail would be granted , rihtiwen th favor ol MB Mt4.it' fiL, I W ncV MsFvifitesttiyivv I igjrxT the puMiv ani now i aft it be a long time before these amontf Uio Lailla; Mfcil The "Kids," a the fourth set of boys anyway and henro thoueht it useless to be It will Republic get n chance to enemies J I t& ctackofthe oiMom. throw anof the A. Cinclnsati.EMTCH A. L. SMITH. nnd girla are called, had a big time at Mr. on hand. HudforJ, rs other. From thia time forward, the press, ScMbj Dtut rial. Will Cralfi'n Friday night. He and his Ilk. il.tla. U. A. Denham, of Whitley, is the laat the pulpit, the police and tho wife had prepared an excellent eupper for aspirant for Congress iu tho lllh district, will work together for the legal exterminatheir son, Newton Craig, to which all the tion of tli ceo pests of society, Tbeir declarage were invited, and to but hla castor in the ring, young people of his Mr. "Winford Bailey, democratic nom- ation of hostility to oyery social and' govfrolic as they had waa enough to do "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." euch a inee for sheriff of Bhelby county, and Mies ernmental institution makes it the duty Only JmiuIiio. The OrJirliml eyen the heart of a dry bouei good. After rifnin.rwortlilr. Imltatlcni, St v.4 ? K.ll.M. fullest extent, Luoy Day, the handsomest nnl brightest of all patriots to labor for their lawful sup- IMipitiiaMo in LADIES. A.lt ojour III reel, t for . enjoying the supper to the Mlxr.or fulc 4. t Mrtaottr-- Knll.li"l !.'.". of the Todd county belles, was married near pression. When they go outside of law to ftiaj.fi.jto ui .r i'uiar in irtr-- r or rtiirrn mnii. them-eelvthe coming men and women amused ' Louisville TImrn, of appeal to force a.salu, the fotca that hJjouIiI ., va. Guthrie ycaterday. till 1 A. M. In dancing, playing .. .MrwlitrAi 4i ri.uiv Mr.li! bv lli.uiFf-l.M 'C'lililir 13th. meet them should be one of annihilation. Uro u4!lL" I'vupjroratl PHI. laic oewu' and in other Innocent pastlimt. Duslnosa Manngor. The Southern Presbyterian Aeaembly meets y at Augusta, Ga. II. H. TAYIiOll, The Kentucky Baptists' Genoral As- Of LOGAN COUNrY, Ii a Candfdatofor tho office sociation will meet nt Bowling Green June ofBuperlntcndsnt of Publlo Instruction, subjict to 1J"'a" WALL PAPER --gagMw h A ! ' p D WALL PAPER ! WALL , PAPER i 4 1 1 PUBLIC SALE jersey'cattle lacxiiigtoii, Kentucky, THURSDAY, JUNE M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. A few more N. Y. Seed i i i irIS;i POTATOES! wn Mil-lersbur- e, Which will be sold low, at T. R WALTON'S, A Splendid Variety of Go to T. X. Harris It lt &BOMS VT Tli s5il a XGE! ICE ICE! Per In Bulk and in Papers can be found at . T R WALTON'S. Of best kinds, at C0 e, CAI EDG000S&0 Mi HCEfilE S Bus-incs- a O. HARRIS, Ag't -- T. R. WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. Millinery. e pot-offlc- Frank Allison, New Goods for Spring and Summer, ry SS-l- yr EWOJII5 HOTEL i WATERS & RANEY MAINSTREET, j! main-talnlngl- ta GROOERS, - STAKTFORD. BOURNE hesrt-broke- s e mxSrk ills mimmMfim3BK rmmim iJa-cor- e, i ant-clas- Wall Paper, sflftMjU.t Furniture, VElXrlw&JwTjL law-make- Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. cs i m em Full and Complete Stock of the above andprices as low as the lowest. . f. B. K. WEAKEBI, rd old ccMnlirfcriorlonrtnd -- AT the Board of Health or Unco In County. Gentlemen: Your attention is respectfully called to the recently enacted health To Written far the Interior Journal. OOOD-Bt- E MAGGIE. VOn COUQHO Htiu Oku JP U1B ?ubll8hcil Tucmlavs ttntl Frlilaya 82 PEBA.NNUM, CASH. we ctodlt that JJ.50 will t und demanded. It understood If W. P. WALTON. DANVILLE. BOYLE law of this State, a copy of which is published in thla Isjuo of the Iniemoii Journal which makes it your duty to elect a competent physician as the executive officer ot vour board and the health officer of the territory under your jurisdiction, and to make provision for regular reports to tho 8tato Boird through such officer. Maggie, I mint leave yen, Far away from you I rettn, Far away from frttndt and lored ones And your pretty cottage home. O'er my soul a twll'ght gathers That li drep'nlng Into night; But from out the ahadowy dtitance Balnea a lott familiar light. Good-bye, W tnpVALMB'M This floe combined ttalllon will make my stable, near Shelby City, In Lincoln county, on the Bholby City and Knob Lick turnpike road, at thtlea-nonofl8Sfl- COUVU. ery for Consumption; having (found it to be all that you cUlm for it, desire tottettlfy to Its virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended it prsits It at every opportunity." Dr. Klng'tKew Discovery for Consumption it guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evWILL YOU SUFFER with Dytpeptla and LIt- - ery affection of the Throat, Cheat and Lungs. Trier Complaint? Bhlloh's VltalUer it guaranteed to al Bottles Free at Penny A MoAlltter't Drag Store. Lirgtstxe, SI. en re you. For tale by M. L. Bourne. THAT HACKING COUQU can be to quickly mads miserable by that SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, terrible cough. BhIJob'i Cure It the remedy for cured by Halloa's Curs. Ws guarantee It. M. L. Bourne. you. i wx wi at II. L. Bourat't. The examinations of the Senior class Centre College clod Tuesday. of Goot-bye- , Maggie, will you miss me? Hon J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, next Abscnco conqucn many a heart, for this district, wbb T Circuit Court Judge 2?vWflr Plucks the rosea froru'lhe garland, Tears the evergreen apart; in town Entera at tho open lattice son of Mr. Thoa. H. A three-year-As a guest unbidden not, on FriBell, who was run orer bf a cart 6E "Q" JLm 3Cj 3ES Drawi the curtain o'er the window, 1ST, thought to be rccoyerlnrj day last, is now T Writes upen tho door -- "Forgot." (itlk.rr.l tnn Hfrtxii.tntnrr. H' in .Hll Mr.tn.l It Itlt halkwa attift lecTakurs, of Tokio, Rev. ' nol'ln-l- . 1 .1 i I Oh ! what means these Idle taytDgs.! - ai1, h.nrsiHf H.fb It. U.MU 1. .i Hmn-..fT lv 1 tured Friday niRht, at the Presbyterian And whence carat those Idle fairs? I. , 'r, ..) rnmbrftli. U rwpil!ll r. n niKfl coun- i.l nh ib eubjest win "My As I loM you to my bosim churob. His r niiirin n.lii, p On my lace I feel yout tears iK'NniiiKi.nrii KmOM try.". r, '.'.'1"!. il""" '"'tr m J..M.. ,i, MS rsuwtoMM Tears they areaallcnt lingutge Guthrie A, younjs colored uaah named Thai Interrupt bst the bear I; This rowder A nf n.irii rarloi. V ?gtTTa A. TAYLOR, Atlanta. Oa Jackson was badly bitten about the faco by strength and wholcionicnoti. Moro economical At .SIo Insure a lire cjlt, money duo when the And I lore you for them darling, ' ouRtiui. rx man the ordinary kinds, and can not be told In coll Is haled or Mire parted with. Illxck Hawk i.... Gool-bye- , Maggie, we must part. dog Sunday night. Dr. McMurtry ren a ','lrJl,M", "J CIU" TmiUic. VMsslsbX competlton with themultltudoof low teat, short It a coal black C ysarsodthlt Spring, 11 bauds 3 Katidio, weight aluuiorpboaphate powders, rjoldonly In locheihlgh. lit w tired by Caldwell's Youne. dered surgical assistance. can. UOYAL llAKItfO Powdki Co., Black Hawk, tie by Velocipede, he by Robert ton's May l'tb, 13-1Both lor tale by Dr. M.L. BOUIWK, SUofori The foundations havins been com- ICC Wall Btroet, N. V. Sammon, be by Imp. Mammoth. Ills dam u by StlgtU'a Ulack Hawk; 2d dam waa raited by, joists laid, brick work will pleted and the TO "MARGARET." oiuea Maxweii ana waa an imporieu jacc. Vll. W. B. 1'KKWY, 107-t- r be commenced on the plauins; mill's new C.T.H.iXOHiOJR. The Devil and Tom Walker. XentlHt, A Sonntt hbelby City, Ky. Wednesday. s on Main Htreet STANFOriDD, KY. I Written for the Interior Journal. You may ask, who was Tom Walket? Offlea on Lancaster ttreet, reil deor to Inta-atOHandsomely prepueJ invitations to He was a Boston man, who was meaner Tho heart Is purest when the vital tiro Oibce hours trims In 12 a. Hums undented upon theibrlnoof youth. k. and 1 to 6 r. v. AnntbelUs iJailnttl whe c tho last meeting of the younj ladies' social than the devil, and was proved in this wise: tin- tru- - r.mii ntim-n- t reul; frtm vsliuli Then beauty's voice aal smiles are' aweetly neceasary. 'lMyr.) lihlif-atcclub for the season, are as follows: "Com- Acccording to Washington Irving, our ixTfi d hralth of body and mind. mo3th, This lint ttallloa will Yu'il may ixmesi It, if you wilt purify and pliments of the ladies social club, at "Cam-bu- s American Walter Scott, Tom Walker Possessing power, like old Tltnotneus' lyre, mike the season ot 1850 at mr p'ace. tbraemllralrom Invigorate your blood With Aycr's Sana-parillKenneth," residence of Mr. and Mrs. was a Boston usurer who formed a partner- Towako within tha breast lore's soft desire; ! Stanford ou the Stinlord Even as In mine, which I must now, forajotb, E. JL Howard, Newport, N. II., ADanrllle pike, at Thursday eve May ship with the devil to discover Captain Cecil, seven o'clock Lay bare to thee lorgtTo me If uncouth The noted breeder, will writes: " I tuffcrcd for years with Scrof20th." Kidd's treasure and open a broker's office And ahow what teudtr lore thou dldit Inspire make the season ol 18!0 $15 to Insure n Mum ulous humors. After uilng two bottles of at my liable If mll.u The Dinville Literary club met with in Boston on condition that they should Hy thy, angelic grace and priceless worth. in Foal. Ayor's Sarsaparllln, I snuth of IIuitoaTll. on the HustooTltU and Ml). Mr. J. W. Yerkes, Friday night. The sub- divide the profits for a long term of years, Dear girl I thou cheer'st me on hit weary iray; Helta black, foaled in trty turnpike, AMillsh Thou art my life; without thee, thla fair earth IR8i,slxtfn bands high, by William Welch, by Olenro Is br Jo Klnm ject discussed was uTne Labor Question." at the end of which time, Tom was to deWould bo at loathesome to ray eyes, as clay; Rysdyke't Hiaibletonlant 1st dim Kate by Hill's No. 3150; trill ? JTtvc.t!y The speakers were Messrs. C. H. Rodes, J. liver himself up, heart body and soul, to 'Twere better far to ne'er bare wlttcessed birth, irriuoni, i uioi unci, owan uy ii'imi lura 'v,.iw oiii 7 ehlre, by Imp. Yorkthlrr; 3d dam Little Emily b; wm ii. v. o, record iruirir a , 8. Van Winkle, J. B. Walton and J. L. the devil as part of the contract. Tom had Than Uto bertft of tuob a guiding ray. great relief. It lias entirely restored ino to WiKntr. br lmn. Wuotr. 4th dim Kmllv M'mhI 1). P. M .. ,1 fir tu ..-. Q,i little - T.ycttrirut : T" ! Cbit Caksot. Allen. This is the last meeting of the club a wonderful run of business and mado imltralth." James French, Atchison, Kan., uj imp. ueTiainan; oiimam b;T I''ackoler, ctbdtm wal.ealj, trla I 4V; by Utandrlrer; Tth dim br Maryland rnwoix; dam Matties, by Wllllo I Crab Orchard, Ky May 12, 18SG. 1. ihy f'urelgnernrsl all persons suffering from writes: "To un'til.Oct. 1st. mense sums of filthy lucre, but sometime bth dam by Hannibal: 9th dau br Sllkr. br r'nw- - Imp. UIrnco.)2ddim Ittttlol". Ur l'unalo-bam- 'i br (See Kmllr Speed in Brure't Stud Book, Vol. Liver Complaint, I would strongly recomMisses II irrle and Pattie Miller, of before the the contract expired he was driv imucro, i uim Mlorrn I'unrm lir loin. Positive Cure for Piles. l.paao Wi. erinont lliinbletonlin Is a Ttrr ... mend Aycr'i Sarsaparllln. I was afllicted ...U.W by St l.luio. No. with Hoe style and bout, good action nuutr I Atxlilllp 15, by llyxlyk's 17 by Kfchmond, are visiting Mrs. Robert Hann. ing such a hard bargain with a poor, help To the peopled tblt county we would say that If wi WillUm Welch, with mlritn rrmrl of with a dlicaiq of tho liver for nearly two No, 10; Joeniioo'i tit dam by Mini IliiuW.lonUn of Richmond, is in town, le?s debtor that Itho devil himself got wo baTo been gtTen tho Agincy of Dr. Marehlsl'a brio,, MrtuMrs. H. L. White, Vtruiont belnic a ((and years, .when a friend ndvlicd ino to" take tonlan, the crandert tireson ol llysdyke'i HimMe sor. HI lilt D.'artaui by Ut..l,.l.i by Cherokw, lirioz. and (illl'a Vr. ..j the euoU of Mrs. S. V. Rjwland. Mrs. enraged that any one should ba meaner Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed ui w. this medicine. It gavo prompt relief, and mont combine!, backed by thuruuh bleed, oufhl kind, One i and lireeAiuaiian Mirneo' iclli are to cure or money refunded Internal, External, and cod In to make a tine stock horse. Wm. E. Waters U visiting her brother, Mr. than he was, And in. his wrathful iodigua Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 60c bamets and under the ndJIe. I niortti, mloth Us lias cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 hare ot a box.. I will alio stind atlbu nine nine a fli.n lick. that with very Col. Jno. tion he mounted a big, black horse during For talo by Penny A little hmdlm trotted a W In 4t) James'Miyfisld, near Lancaster. Dwight St., Boston, Mass., writes : " For Imp. Vlctaw. JlcAllstor, Druggist. . also another that was as promlsln,:. butow. W It TllOS. IlOlliXHOX. Cjwan returned Saturday to his home in a dark, howling storm, dashed up to the several yedrs I havo used Aycr's Ins loan arcldsnt hu iu.n i,.r.i .,. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. tlallah lileneo, although a uatural saddle horse. in my family. I never feci safe, Chatanoogi. Mrs. W.Q. Proctor la visit, broker's office, and snatching Tom by the FUIjIj We emphatically guarantee Dr. Uarchltl'a inniNiiiuiwuitn a 10 six-- , slow ir.rk even , wlthilxweeki or two months handllnif. lnj in the family of her father, Rav. Richard hair of the head, bore him off to hell. Female Remedy, t cure Female Disbr 11. I'ope. ofltat lomnniv M, l .... I. timed show aJ30 salt any time. Call aia t e mr alock Djerinj,', o' Louisville. Mr. J. W. Hock When a man is phenomenally successful ease, such at Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, wre money, far lit er.crshter of the National Bank of Huston-vill- and adroit in any business that requires down felling,Falling and DlipUceme t or bearing iiio isi r unui i nw trotting Irregularities, Barrenness, Change oi . i twwo, " Mrs. Hocker ard Miss Helen Reid, subtlety and skill, we ear "he beats tna LI fe, Leuehorrho!, basldea many ?.,Le?c...H ' in l K bands wraknaasei spring(wldlnc rutiiorol loiwrlar without it. As a liver medicino and an 4 muscle and stands fur the tuiill sum of bone of Hustonville, were in town Saturday. devil and, Tom Walker," Congressman ing from tboabore. Hie Uradsrhe, Bloating, Spi general purifier of tho blood, It has no & nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nitvouj Debility, Mm. Olivia Grejory, of Midison county, is Tillman, of North Carolina $10 tho Gewoa or $12 50 to Ininre, pial." Mrs. A. B. Allen, "WUitcrrock, Palpitation ol the Heart, Ae. Ijr rule by visiting the fimily of her son, Mr. W. O 1 Va., writes: "My youngest child, two wlllalMttandniy ntejMk, , 1red Hi Uf'slirm.ia-kA traveling snake charmer says that it is kn..wn as On Time. Prices Jl and ft M per Iroltle. Send to Dr. Goodloc. Hon M J. Durham led Satur Ilrstdam Caioa fxlr J. B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. years of nge, was taken with IJowel Com- Sddaia br Mm kiHoiibu Uj he by Taylor'a jtna, easy to win the confidence and bffection of Young .rj.rlei, .Met plaint, which wo couM not cure. "Wo tried day morning on the early train for WashFor tale bv Penny A McAllster. DruRlstt. cnger; 31 dam by Miller's Denmark, which iclrn of a youthful boa or anaconda, as they aro niany remedies, but ho continued to a doulJa mui eftSt tutiaJJU jh1 (4 iht tcorU: At $lt) to Insure, lie is IS hiodi S lark. hlxii. him ington City. ... CATARRH :CDKED, health aud sweet; breath . 4lhdam by Jim Hall, ortofthw 111 rc horses of ,wnn ddi IUDI mill nuiiih .t.u .. a ,,.,r He v not venomous or vicious, and can only ex mwrinnd finally becamo so reduced lit s Sib dam a notf.1 Saddle in I re brought ... uniriuiiKiui a hit They Had Travelled. brMdr .n,l ert their power of crushing by getting a secured lr Sblloh't Catarrh lUoiedy. Price, 60c. flesh that wo could only movo him tipou fromday; Ifareseffi thrixefhli trlnla. pUIrt unknown. aaal ln)e ttor free. For tale by Jf, L. Bourne. ladies are going all Ther lll luske the sraaon of 1S at J n V... iiuui jcuKCM win uo noiior 10 any lack I am sorry yon a pillow. It was suggested by ono of tha purchase with their tail, or something that Mans parted with reiHtrrs the mm due. rli', ouo mile from ritanlord on the Huttomlllt distance alone," I slid to some triends will offer sufficient resistance' after they doctors that Scrofula might be tho cause that Tboe who tare tradtd usrea brrd lot season ar pike, tlllt IMls a dirk brown, IS hands bUh, remlnde.1 that my monty it ,ue and rx nielr.1. yean old thts Sprlcg and will stand at KOihgEis't sometime ago. ' "If we eee any have or the trouble. o procured a bottlu of completely coiled themselves around ,0 rrevrnt aetldinti, but hot rtnpon. slble should any oecur. body on the tnio I know, I'll put you in the limb or body of their intended victim If $10 lo Insure n I.hlng Colt. k. x. i'inrr.t.1. his charge" surprised or annoyed they may bite, but Hllrar KId will Ulliultnl lolS mares, at tbt I'd rather not," one of them an- can do no eerious harm thereby. Their "Don't; tame rale, tie It 3 years oM this drrln li i fi'l IV also itwuiiiui nay, la nanus 3 incites men swered. should bo your crowning glory. Aycr's tongue is as soft and slippery as velvet. Liaii ai iiiue pisco a one JSC, "Why?" Hair Tljor will restore the vitality and Boston Herald. "WALKER, color of youth to hair that has becorno "Because you always cet more attention Will make the svason of and commenced (.ivlnif ittj him. I; curt lr A girl from Bath, Me , hsd scarlet fever thin and faded ; nnd, where tha glands aro At fts to insure colt, mney due at wcauloj Hue lSW.tmr slal.le, J ulict strangers. We are .all right. If we from . worked wondors, for, In a hort iliin, ho Ileli a blown Jack wltb while polnU,S yeart o'd from Oaf, Orcaard on tho while at a boarding school. She recovered not decayed or absorbed, will cause a new In June. IB bauds hUh. II wis slmt by Alkln's Uab Orchard A Uncaster have any chaperon he'll bs bored to death, was completely cured." growth on bald heads. King William and be by Klnj 1'hllllp, his nrst turnpike, at way. If and went home, and a trunk containing and he will be disacreeable all the Sold by all Druggists. dam a Black aatln itnntt, sbt slr4 by 1'bll. clothing worn while ill w. put away in tlie youthful color and vigor ivf r) Itparwlhaby Klnz rnllllp; his lecood dam by 812.50 (o Insnro n we have none, every man on the train will x l'rleo $t; Six bottles, rjto. lxl'i. IT of the hair be preserved to old More Castle Toe More CUstleltck Isalariegrrr. the garret. Six months afterward two litlit liiff Loll, be at our servic?, and he'll only be too glad j 110- - If ace? Head the following, from Mrs. G. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, a. k. tle children playing in the garret opened to attend to us." uriio tbt aeaton. Mam- Norton, Somervllle, Mass. : " I have ucd Muss., U. S. A. t)Ut some of the cloththe trunk, and took l " K hand hlin, let blstk, S veara "That's queer. I never thought of that." Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past 30 years; In form and wat sired br Ir. llerr't ing. In a week both were taken very sick ! . . . . . . and, although I am upwards of CO, my Aiintiirin. wi.. il. boy, men are always in search "My dear 8ALI-(lo.'D0W "0",, " "" "Or d, Miinl.rinX ? "' ,U od Shlnzla Mill with with scarlet fever, and one died, No other lnh hair is as abundant and glossy y ER I'alehen, w.h-K.lD- ? as V,,r" T2 Mambrmoatrhi-a, power lieslno and a.Vlneh a of adventure, and a formal introduction or Thorn, 13. and Corn Mill. Ileltln; (imnli persons in the neighborhood were ill. when I was 2o." Cuith ' Will make the season of ?!m'.i;.hi'f',ufls'rited birs. that J. if an intimate acquaintance makes it duty, Stanford, Ky. - uiuMatiniu ISafiat my Urcry Miaiile .. uuavi iew York. ..... TTt assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hair In BUulord, Ky., and will A "satchel bustle" is the latest. It is and duty is always disagreeable." - byoM M'? Mimiirtn, 's. . T Imp. JJlIi vigor will convinco you of its he pernilttil 10 n rre :i Jleuerctr. Msmtrloo for the ladies. It has a compartment, roomy "Well, I suppose you are right." llmltfdiiai. eist power. Mrs. M. E. GofJ, Lcadvlllc, Col., PIANOS AND ORGANS. 2d iim'Aii.n?. 'i - WM. . a gossaVJ . 'iu. ilh .,.,. a infiroutriia "Do you see that gentleman there? He's and airy, in which a night-dress- , writes: "Two years ago, my hair having nreu mare. .le.. Ar. Th.i.. i. tiBia "r. "mwiiiiij iuuuuuk nurse Mews. 8. ir.lli. finest the county can produce. been quietly looking around to see what mer, a comb and brush, toilet articles, a almost entirely fallen out, I commenced John ChurchIt. A L.J. Cook tare Acentt for the yai uiu A Co. Hanoi an Orjsns, which . eJTjf ImVM ta ,0 PrT aceldtnu, but not respsn- the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. y the following moat excellent Instnimtntt.- pretty womeu are on the train. Before we wrapper and a bottle of soothing syrup are my hen male is part. to Insure a il Ifif hr nr' fceawn KnabeACo., hair Is 20 inches long, fine, strong, and Krerett I'iaooi. Ilaullon Bros., DeekerAHoa and derod.In fi'itt l. Ifk.n tm tm. la a&... , IWal ' KIXU, M.M get to Port ,Costa he'll be asking my sister easily carried. The bustle, says an Etet-erAlso. Cloujh A Warren and the ,,5-aiv.i. ii. -- :, , v. .. fJV. to Insur a living olt, due when the colt It healthy." A Co. Organs. John Church These Instruments paper, is much admired and is all the if he cm do anything for her. 8 no's pret are most excellent In tone, of ereat dutablllty and oalcd. Dsr.Tllln Wllkos It a beiutlful mahoouy bay, ttindlng Mi bands high. of art, t trotting ae- he is willing to rage. we defy competition. All of tlicn. are warranted tier than I am. But what Jy 1D linn anil ha. frnlioil til.- mltn In t ..,v mia... ,u ...- .H..W ... - .v.-.-..uu ... lur uto Tears, iters ron era A. II P.nn. M- -. u.iv.a do for her he'll he willing to do for me to A few days ago two men were in SmitL'o J7 with little handling at 4 years, and hat already M. Carbenler, J. M. Thlllps, J. 11. ilooroand Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho hair regains its a urrMer Jin it a coun James Heaxley, Stanford; Mrs. Majrjle Holmes. oitiieguisnni niuiiru barber-shoOne had red hair and the keep me sweet " youthful color and vitality. Rev. H. P. Crab Orchard: Oen. W. J, landram and Mill Ux-x- terpart of Alcyone, but a lugor horse In erery respect and hit gait and Uo' lines alto similar and Ilutfiuan, Lancaster, Ky other was baldheaded. Rd hair to bald-he- ad "I don't think you'll get lft yourself." The Combined Stallion "Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklenittheaimt reaiove frdm the great Umi. Wilkes Mlsstt ltote Klcbardt and Ella Uiiusey, "Between you and me and the window I "You were not around when they burg Co., X. C, writes: "I havo used that rbilThompsoa it. Ills first ind only I old that has been handled Is tuilio Vagrn, nainnl Aycr's Hair Vigor for the last ten years. were giving out hair?" Bildhead ' Yes, don't think I will." in honor of one of th fairest and brightest Jtwola Foill Ma; 8, 1SS0. Is a dark blown with smill It Is an excellent preservative." of Indiana, and is a worthy nf royil And I left them with their arrangements I was there; but they only had a little red ! blood, at tho hat showed a gilt narottike2 49, being itar; 16 hinds high; extra heavy mane and tal cloe to all made as to how they were going to treat hair left, and I would not take it." Bandied by a colored boy. Llkv tier lire, the baa a tymmelrlcalln form, with tuperlor style, both in BW the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo barneat and under uddlo. Ue wis slie.1 br the JO X A. Dadman, "Waterloo, Mo., hadi level bead and a good gait I offer for sale my Farm ol 10O Act-en- , situevery man on tho car. "San Francisco noblerumpterDenuisrl. he by Ooddar.Pi Den-marUanvllle Wllkee le Martin Irons, o bigamist; Ilerr Most, caphis hair restored to its original healthy ated near AWalnut Flat, Lincoln4 county, on the dim ot Danville Wllk-tb- by I.yle'i (?eo. Wilkes, Jr; Iw by y Skedidillr; Skedaddle by the the Uslcj, A Cromwell' Denmark, he Stanford Crab Orchard pike, miles from StanChronicle race borai Denmirk, he by Int. under a woman',) bed in a house f tured condition. Jie was nearly bald, nnd very ford and 6 mllea from Crab Orchard. The land It br Oliver; lit dam of Skedaddle by Mcloe; Jddim ported lledgeforil. lat dim by Mlller'i Dcu 4tbdam Imp. Spread The absence of the democratic members gray. He writes : " Only four bottles of In excellent condition, an abundance of water, Trumpeter; 3d dam Arilui; Cth Parsons married to a negro wofencing good, tpaiiout barn Kcllpse, and can viVri:.! i7,tha,"c?,bf,e WnstW, his dam by implement, Cailt; Sthdtm WilJ Ilelr, by Montgomery'! (Hirer, 3d dim Jie Visor wero required to rcstoro my house, 4c.. trnarate, all ntw, and itiedi,18SI and '85. nil) trace him further Into the thoroughbred fam- by of the Ohio Senate encourages the republi- - man a nice cant; to set themselves up an built In olil Comfortable dwelling, so acres In wheat, 40 acrea ily If Kora, the dim o Danville Prince Dr.nnoo. ilreedijii wllf fke notlco that hair to Its youthful color and quantity." can Romp to carry on business with a high representatives of honentlboi! -- Cincinna wore Deumirk blnod ihm tnr In oats and towid to timothy and clover, 20 scrti Wllkm, first dim Meadley by Waxy, ?d dam tuition for corn; remilndrr in itraw. Terrai and prlco dam Kiank. Waxy, the other horsemen now In the tlud, which all hand. Yesterday a bill was passed ti Enquirer TTQTWP Ayer's Hair Vigor cures dli-- reasonable. ) will m.i,i.- -i OAW UT eases of tho scalp. F. II. l II. I'llYOIl, titan fold. slrnof Melley br Kertbutuo, 1st dam by Stony more niit.elasiiad.llo acknoiTledai h ii,kL-- ih.n aud rombiued tricting the State for Congressional repre retrel,2ddstnTmailaI. About $1,000,000 worth nf bristles are other known lu Kentucky, list proven him Foster, Trlnccton, Ind,, writes: "I had Griss furnlshel at 2 per month. Due care any an lentation, which kindly gives the democrats imported sel' excellent brcedor. lakra to prevent lerldonn but will not be responannually, consisting largely of been troubled for years with a dkeaso of iuesaiidiesrallloii, sible should any occitr four members and the republicans seven- those found in the scalp ; my head was covered with danRussia and the colder lali 110 tl .1. T. XL'S KF.l.l.KV, Stanford. teen. Ohio bat now about the worst polit- tudes, where they My horse- druff, and tho hair dry and harsh. Aycr's are coarser and longer ical reputation of any Slate in the Union than thesj upon American-bre- d Hair Vigor cave mo Immediate relief, Foaled May 1, 1873. la a rich luabogony hogs 1HHO. ihho hand high, heavy- mane and tall.Tt atr btr. IJV. and free in The cause of clennied tho scalp, and rendered the hair 8 IreT and ftney, ft a natural and pleasant .addler! Bueklen's Arnica Salve soft and pliable." stitutions has been eveiely damaged by brcedi lincy, and a more uniform breeder of aad! dieri can not be found; hat nerer The best Salve In the world lor Cuts. Bruises the Ohio politicians during the past ten cMt but wnit hat shown tiddl.Vction iituraN Sores, Salt Bheum, Foror Sores, Tetter, Chapped years. , Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, uvwa iui IVU'I n ,U UDj? die rings from the oldest to the yonBBntt 0" hU mil The oldest man in New England is said and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, tlylo on lK)ih tide to ?iPhi,Bi Ue '' "h-U- ll I'UKl'AltED BY Can not Sorvo 6ny moro Moros to glvo perfect satisfaction, or money MOngh. f. to be Chesley Heal, of Searstnont, Me., It guaranteed ?. Or. 3. 0. Aycr la Co., Lowell, Hass., TJ. S, L. him Very Price 23 cents per box. For eale by Tboslreoftrjtteri, roidstart and more fjnoy and jnrlghtly in ..It, inform an'd finUh m" Thin bare breo pomIel who is 107 years old. It is recorded that refunded. McAllster. td't sale by all DrugglsU. b first clatt Esiten, horses tban any other itvllloa Penny A wwnmarr, tna .Ire of Gil A MRU HVXNt In Kentucky, will make the teason of 1533 four Ki JKL11 J ?"'"?"' thtee times, twice to be has b:en married b0'')by ha An Old Citizen Speaks. miles west of Stanford, dlrectlr ou the Knob l.lck Hlr Wallafo. AS" li "r.lh,m,.i. iiuniersBir Wm "' the same woman; that he has chewed to pike, and will, on account of tbe tlenrestlou orer Sir Albert .(thoroughbred). n.l .I.m by see, he Virgin! Ul M. Norrls, an old clttxefi of Rome, Oa. Mr. J. ererytblngL be permitted ti terre mares at tbt bacco for 100 years and drank New E is- tays that he had been badly troubled with Kid he by thocelebratht Masau't extremely low price ot nipj 3d dam a hip long a tim; that he ney Complaint for a great many years and with land rtim for nearly as Th. above 815 the Season or 820 to Insure. my farm. S norsoi will Hutlonril", voted for Jefferson the first time he was a Ecxema for three yean; at timet could scarcely mile from walk, and bad tried many remedtet without benHkiisaittaflkViaHl V Presidential candidate, and has been a efit, before ho began taking jyrolttM to tervom'are Grass furnished at 92 per month Due care Mken Electric Bitten and to pierent accidents nr escapit, but will not be '" COli Mar ron.l.t-Tt.r- -" "I D democrat from that day to this, and he can anointing hit bandt with Bucklen't Arnica Salro, le should any occur. ,,..... ''".".brredlof '111 receive Ilir tuir,An.l . . . ' .H.UIIJI newspapers without spec- This treatment afforded him great relief and he r.ouoy najct iilick rM iur. and doe read the utHtripuou anu reaigrec IS WARRANTED to cure Fover and h:7.1"l.,,u.V.' ""J l' l''J..". hefnie star In forehead and two white foot, 1(3 hands high, strongly recommends Uectrlo Bitters to all who Aguo, Intermittent or Chill Fover, o iHPonsiuilllv for acei- . tacles. handt 1 Inch high, tine mane and tall, good, bony ?r.l?.-i-,csuffer with Kidney Complaints (or need Fover, Dumb Ague, Iilllous Fever, Blood Pm"dH ware. lorfaluTb, ,, leg, besutilul beid and neck, excellent iboulder, Dengue (or "Ureak-bouo- " It is nowVwltlvely stated that Miss Fo'-so- Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAllster. back and loln-- ln tact, faultless In trmmttry;and Fever), Liver J. HTKELK CAIlPBXTRIt, Complaint, and all diseases arising from will guiraotee there doeau't lire a ttalllon pot- is a democrat. W are glad of this Malarial poisons. setscdofa better disposition, and these qualities Most Excellent. he Invariably lmparta to hit progs'ny. Nobby It is an encouraging sign to set a democrat It J.J. Atkins, Chief or Police, Knoxvltle, Tenn., tbetlreolof Nobby, Jr , recoid i and told "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1884. Micon Tele writes; "My family and;i are boneScUrlea of your put in offija now aid toea. forfJ.OOO, when bandied very little. One of bit "For eighteen months suf-cre- el coltr trotted lut seaton, with little training, lo most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovgrtph. -lr Jap, As tho failure of our former statutes to make provision for a qualified and properly compensated health officer for each town and county, upon whom could bo placed tho responsibility of enforclriir tho rules and regulations of tha local boards, has given grounds for muoh just complaint, it is hoped that we will promptly avail ourselves of the power conferred by this law and meet at Stanford, on Monday, the 22d inst., at 10 o'clock A. u, mace a selection of such health officor and tend his name and address to the State Board so that practical sanitary work shall be immediately institu ted in oar town and county. Steele Bailey, M. D., of Local Board of Health for Member Lincoln county. (Act crowded out. It will appear in Friday's paper.) lantern O'er It arching li your name, Recollection! round It clut'er Ai the moth about tha flame. Though the future tr'ea to cheat rue, Throwing many miles botwten, Brighter burns the Httlo taper As the shadows Intervene It It Memory's beacon, ftCf $16 tho Season or $20 to Insure a Oolt, Doecrlptlon and Pedigrees-Secon- d Jewel li a blood bay, with black manoand tall, 1 hands 3 inches high, with One style and actlou. liottS yeart old tills Spring,: was tired uv ... Lnwlt Cunnlnilum'i ,. - .. . ..- tfunru, I m uj mo inous OKI WMIlltlglon 1MI1- mark. First dam Minnie, by MeUo aid's 2d datu by Wells' Cruaajer: S 1 dam by n n of Dary Crockett; 4th dam by a valuable nldsvl. die mnro, jpodlgree unknown. Mr. II. C. Parrlu'i Old Minnie, dam of Second Josrtl, was a premium animal, from a colt to au aged mtre. Second Jewel hss boon shown twenty-fou- r time and wore the allck tie twenty-twted only twice. He made tea thowt last season at Danville, XlrksTllle, l'.lchuiond and Lexington and wuru leu utile nuuoni. Pasturage will bo furrltbtd msrei at retlnnaUe r t os. Parting Willi marl's fuiU'U- Uie luiuranee. I.b n rvlnlQi'd oaaUruiti until trtlve charge are paid. I wiltalsittinj it ttisariift'.all' the flu Jack .... . Hal-cor- n; Wl3 ttmet-delot- e, 'ET ..tn i Lv c..Jt X ktt-rtn-rthi- v Abso.uteSy Pure. n-- iurl BLACK HAWK! . .! ii ,""''' . store-room- appiness - Vermont Hanibletonian. JoiHK-iLotaw- s a. Abdallah Gloncoo feagUt Found -- 1 '"".I ': .... -' -- " ;.: jrir i. Sars.1-iwril- la iiuOthuun. nr e, At Home J., rir Gilt Edge 'r 'SBSy- ,.unii.i Silver King Drug-gltt- a. Mcelroy, nisl-clu- grow-wors- to ... Your Hair Sarsaparilla AYER'S "" STEVE Mambriiio King, Jr., fife. j. a j. r.ututti. Danvilio Wilkes i.r,,rt--- a to-da- I.t 'rnlirillilS!2&J2!ryn s"'l'l as,-nw- i, ... To-da- n RENEWED trScnof . STALLIONS FOR 1886. le Prince Icitii)s'uk FAKIfl FOB 8AM2 k. e; es re-d- is U first-cla- (114-m- BOOK FUXtX,, WALLACE DENMARK. Messenger Fs Ayer's Hair Vigor, MbMji SjN&i Lml.ffi .".".-"-?"- - Ague Cure I AVERTS CHAMPO ! tli?lfefifiii "ft lt ..".'. 1 "'i nt ;""" 119-2- "" m ', Gov Jeremiah M. Ruk, of Wisconsin, is a self tea le model Americtn, who begin life as a stag driver and tit driven tip hill to the Exe:utive chair ivith Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle ofAyer's Ague Cure, and liave never since had a chill. I The fine Imported Norman tta linn, wJIJ icakn the t ffS!l?f"80t.the wiles frjm J- - M Wray, at 'I'lnk Cotttge, IU Staufoid at ,,bl' FIf(ten Del rare) Use 8ukoii, EDWIX HARPER." Mm, Dr. J. rrtEFAnso nv 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. Or $93 to Icturea Oolt. Chtmpo Is a da, k mv. 17f bandt bigh.w.lgb, and yeart old the 29th otlayi,,o He la of tine ttylS next. and action, good In the loin, well ribbed and large body, with well ahaped shoulders; bead an- oa 'mnrtl . O. W. Blub. M. field A Yl of 'if WM to., Bloomlnrien, III hy Kent II, 188 '. '....... ..... 1 4, j another In 2 33 and one In 2 31, and waa mid Ills luckllngn wore the ties at the Iluttonville and Danville Fain out ringt of twtn ty and twcnty.four colli. Ncbby was tired by d Chief, the sire of bull Dike, S2SK; Mam. brinoHlppy,2 32i.; lied Crook, 2J3i; Kill Arp, 2 31; OarrariCblei by Matntrlno CUlel, sin lI Lady Thorn, 2 IS.1;-- . Woodford Mtrabiluo,2 nX. andotbrtlnthe2Mllst. First dam by Frank; 2d dam by Aratnt; 3d dam by Byadvk'a Himblt-tonta4ib dim by Plomt-le- . Nobby's dim a tu be by lmn. Tranby tborAuibbred mire, Parting with mares ahall forfeit the Inturaact laillcaieiaudalien rvUlued on all colu until ttnrice charge lipali. rurtntr iniormstlon, canon or auureet v. i.. n, Cr W M MrAriK,; . i i.iuid, ri.. .StwU, .j 2 Sri. for $.,30a. (Ur-rir- The Mirror s. n; ld Idokirig'-glas- is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Malm is the charmer that almost' cheats the vito . 4SW