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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886060401 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. Stems VOL. XIV. Stmi-Mttkynltrior.Ionml wmm titefiof lonftiil STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1886. NO. 130. t but the voyage haa been, aa a whole, a most between Calcutta and the lait mentionII. K. TATJLOK, delightful one; and after we got acrosi the ed city on tbe E intern coat of the mlgb Of LOO AN COUNT V. U a Candidate for the office equator and began to run rapidly down into ty continent. Our tickeU will carry ofBuperiDlendtnt of Fuhllc Imtructton, aubjict the cooler latitudes, the opprewlve heat of us to Sidney. Unfortunately we omitted to tb. Dtmocratlo t)tate Contention, the cloae cabins, that made sleep a swelterto get them "atop ofli," at the head office rANKHTOCK.rubHnhcil Titrutau ami Frlilnv -I will sell at auction to 8lan- - Louisville & Nashville R, R. -- AT ing horror, rather than a full refreshment, at Calcutta, and there is some doubt if wo D lord, J una court day, Cabaret of atock In tbe frarmera National Bank of that place. Thomas Q. -- TUB OBKAT- a is quite gone, and we are glad to pull up can arrange it with the as we go Paksoni, btanlord. our blankets before mornlog, now, to take along. If we can, we shall leave the SutTHROUGH TRUNK It understood If we credit tbit 11.50 will be e Shingle Mill with oflfthe chill of the early dawn. Our spiky lej at Adelaide -r- emaining there two weeks T7IOR pecteJ anil demanded. power Engine and a J; Jointer, a -I- O TH- brother of the "tribe of Joseph" haa site, till tbe next P. & O. steamer comes along. Corn Mill. Belting Complete. Mm, Bumf, tanford, Ky. After his discharge from tbe service he cumbed to tho climate, and despite lit Then on to Melbourne stopping off there W. P. WALTON. returned to Paris and opened a law office quarrel with the Frenchman and hie rooted for 2 weeks longer. Then on to 8idney and WITH eT. and soon after, on the recommendation of averrion to tbo "Parson" consented, last eo on. All D. V. I miT err. but I have ) i Pullman Palace Sleepers. the military board, presided over by Gen. night, to "turn in" to his abandoned bunk, "a sort of a feeling" aa if our sweet gospel eral Georgo II. Thomas, wai commUiioned and become, so far, neighborly, once more. would take in tbe "Colonies," If it does Cottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Straw IiOUiHTlllO Our kind Captain Johnston I want we shall linger indefinitely. If not you fint lieutenant in the regular array, but de to Nashville, berries, Ioe Oieam, Butter kept on ioe, clined to accept the appointment. In the tho'0 who love the LORD to remember may see us at homo very noon. I know Ale in phis, fresh and nice; Ioe to retail; Ice-cosummer of 1806 he ran on the Union ticket bim, as the first of his cloth who haa really nothing about It. Only HIM, aa eo often Atlanta, AIab Older, Oingor Ale and Lemonade, 4rmim in his county a candidate for county attor- helped ua in tho matter of holding mee- aald, and written before. And, once more, Don't forget that it la headquartera for good ButHock, 121-- lt ter ney, and epoke through the county with ting, at sea -- has given us every facility his let me add HE, is all I want to know. I Kloblle aud Kctr Orleans. his opponent. Before the election he was duty permits in pursuing our blessed evan- leave this open till we get to harbor, for a appointed collector of Internal Revenue for gel. Of course, I underatand a command few closing lines. Only one change to points In the seventh district, with the office at Lex er's dllliculties in tbe premises. He is MT. VEBNON, KY. Albany (1,600 ror) Kino George's ington, He removed to Lexington Sep- bound to consult tbe wishes of bis piaaen-ge- n Sound. W. Australia. March 2.H. f n Tbla old and and there will always be found on tember 1, 1800 aud remained there until Hotel la altll mainWe doubled Cape Leeuwin meat taining in one reputation Chargoa reatonable. board, those who will throw cold water upthe establishment of tbe. Louisville of words, if you attempt it pbo Speclalatteutlon to the traveling public. December 1809, when he resign- on if they do not violently oppoeo any netically this morning at 5 o'clock, and Becking homes on the Hoe of this road will recelrv 3i. i'. XEircojm, Pto't, special rate. Mt. Vernon, Ky. ed to take the editorship of that paper. meeting for sacred purposes. In this strait ran the 150 miles, between axsrsee Agents of thin Company lor rates, routes that and Albany His successor, however, did not relieve htm a ship's captain, who is himself lukewarm in about 12 hour. Usually Leeuwin is a Ac, or write C. P. AIMOBE, O.P.AT.Am 2 or opposed, will not otir a finger eto help. "cape of storms," but we passed it smiling till April G, 1870. iiuisTiiie, &.y. June 27, 1807, he married Karri jtllalley He wants "a quiet life" and will not run blandly, aa though a itorm cloud had never I will detlrer Ice to regular cuitomera In Stanford Warfield, of Lexington, daughter of Eliaha the risk of anything approaching "a row." gathered on iU brow. Our quiet and vlclnltjr erery mornlog at Toyage is COL. R. H. KFLLr. Nicholas WarfleJd, of that city. His wife's To all requests he opposes tbe steady an the theue of surprised remark on the part One Cent Pennd. In thinking-- of Col. Kelly, I call to mind mother before marriage, Mias Eliztbelh swer "Some of the passengers don't want of all the old travelen, this way and es Accountadueat the close of each month, or Hay Brand, waa a daughter of William it." But our Captain of the SutWi is not of pecially the phenomenon of a quiet the remark nude by Artruiea Ward, who sea off rhrn ruitomirqulta. & MISSISSIPPI W that sort. If a lot of his patsengera want a Leeuwin. Hove to think it is "the same 122-- tf In speaking of Washington said: "Hi wu Brand, who married Miss Harriet Hal-leJtEItAIlItOW. daughter of tbe brilliant Dr. Hor- dance, as tbey did the other night, Le Jesuh" that aaid "Peacel be still!" to Galli-lee- 'a one of our great laeo who never slopped The direct through line and old established route obliges them; clraas tbe quarter deck; (enc the writer hu ace Ilalley, President of Traaaylvanla Fer Sten waves, who had a hand in this unusual otw. from PIANOS AND ORGANS. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii Col. Kelly haa been with the ca eff tho sharp wind with canvas walls occurrence, and that even feeble ot iM akelch for to At subject beta faith had and aU points in the West. a share in il; to be traced, oneday. At any Messrs. B. R.4 L.J. Cook are A genu for the a greater portion of the time working with Commercial ever since Ita establishment and and makes it all comfortable for them there are some who would rather rate we trusted for just the voyage we got. John Church A. Co. Piano anil Organi, which em- Two (2) Daily Trains from htm. Soma one hea mid thai "no man It a Is now ita chief editor. In 1873 he waa ap. IAilsrllle to 8t Louis. brace the following most excell'nt Instruments; Three (3) Daily Trains from Cincinnati Kntbo A. Co., Uazelton Bros., Deckor A Boa and hero to hU valet." ThU sweeping artertion pointed United States pension agent by not have dancing at all. Then when it Praise the LORD1 to tit. Louis. Ererttt Piano. Alto, Clough A. Warren and tb The 8utlej ran alon in full view of tbe John Church 4 Co. Organs. These Instruments Only Jf0 tour from Louisville and Cincinnati ha an exception in my relation! to the Preiident Grant, which position he retain, cornea to a religious meeting, he doesn't alare most excellent In tone, of great durability and low a few oppoeers to dictate. "No! gen to Xt. Louis. Australian coast, after doubling Leeuwin we defy competition. All of then, are warranted Colonel. To all men, hli superiors and un. ed until a few months ago. tlemen! you like dancing; you shall have it. (pronounced Lawin) and we have been for fiye year. Reference: A. U. Penny, Mra. Tho Only Lino by wbioh you can derling, he ia the unit urbane, courteoua en K. M. got a Through Slooping Car J. M. Philips, Others like preaching. They shall have joying the ecene all day. The shore line is James Carbeoter, Btan'ori; Mrs. J. M. Moore and gentleman. A. much as I know of bia dally Beaxiey, Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchard; Gen. V. J. Landram and Mlsa Liz-ti- e From ClnclnatltoSt.Louls. it. I am here to see all hare their rights." a very pleasing one gently undulating for life, I do not call to mind an initance in Huffman, Lancw tr, Ky. I think that is the kind of man he is. At any the moat part, with occasional bald head, Mltsea Ilcxe KIchuda and Ella Bamsey, assiswhich, however provoking the circumitan. Praise Ci Rr TUT la the only line running Ttrso (XJJM.. through from LoulsTiUe the Lord. God U Love and Noth rate both Sundays we hare bsen on board tant agents. XlltJ lands, and rugged jutting rocks, pushing and Cincinnati to St, Louis, all other rontos being ct, he displayed bid temper or uaed n pro-fa- ce ing Else." made up of a combination of small roada. he has cleared tbe quarter deck for us in out to sea, that give moat agreeable variety word IIU war record ia the history ! tbe evening, and yesterday morning by his to tbe scene. Here and there patches of The Ohio A. Mississippi Railway runa Falatlal of a cool, brave soldier; tbat of hla civil Bleeping Cars on nlgtit trains; Luxuriant ParThU letter was on the way two month request I made a gotpel address, in the dazzling white eand, look like enow-driftlife a model of which any man might be lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coachto announce to hla The editor Is es on all and came after tbe one published lait is- main ealoon, after "prayers" had been read. lodged in the gullies, hollowed proud. He ia psailive in hla conviction, out by wind readera tbat Now. D. Plume, wno wrote Dr. Direct end close connectionstrains. made in ONION are Bournes lunny dead. The enough to concede that the man sue which was written a month later. Ed J Besides these Sunday services, we have had and water. The coait is not a grand one, large monies paidadrertlsements, Is this column and liberal DEPOTd with diverging lines by thoO. A, M. him for writing lullway, thus avoiding troblesome transseveral in the "ore cabin" for tbe stewards but it ia far from tame. Just pleasant and brought on softening ol the brain and he died of P. A O. S 8 "BtrrLrj," Lat. 0, who d I fieri with him It none the leu a man fers by other route. (Equator) March 13ih, 1880. and thoe who are kept at work till a late restful to eyes that have ssen nothing, for too much aaartnejs. Dr. Bourne Is determined, howerer, to giro his Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Usllway Ii the only line fora'tbat. Inhliopinloni he ii unobtru (CONTINUED THOU LAST IB3UX. between Louisville, Cincinnati and tit. Louts customers the benefit of this Urge salary In prlcoa. hour. These have baen at 9 o'clock r. M. 12 dayr, but blue water. live, except in combatting argument, and under one management, running all it Bealdea selling trains through solid and In consequence Our officers are courteous, pleanot gen. Abundant opportunities present themselves We lose one pamnger at Albany "Mac" here hii word are few and to the area la recognized Flrst-ClaRoute beMedicines, Fancy Articles, ToUel Goods, Mw point. A few yean ago tbe Colonel waa tlamcB, aa tbe P.&O. employee generally for pergonal conyersation with pusengers, every one calls him, and one of the most tween those Cities. sic Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for anrrounded by a party of friend, all of are. They dres in naral uniform, or and I think there are a number who will popular souls on loard. An honest, cheery Jexcelry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing 2ackle. Ra- full particulars as to rates, time, map, circular something reeembling it, and the disci- never forget this voyage in the Sutlej, but Scotch "body," wilh a kind word for eyery Knives, Paper, Blank Books, or any desired Information, or write to to be democrat. The whom happened ton, Sponges ROBT. H. FOKMAN, Slates, Itnmunifion, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mixpline of the ihip is quite perfect. "A place date the beginning of epiritual life or the one. He Uvea at Bunbury, up tbe western elecdri'ted to tbe Tildeo-llare- e Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. Il'y. Somerset, Ey, ed Paints, Brushes, Varnishes W.B.8HATTUC, W. M. PEABODV. "turning point" in that already begun, coast, which he reaches by steamer from toral commlnion, when a partisan of tbe for every one and every one in his place" Uen. Pass. Ag t, Pre, and Qea'l Man'gr, Drug Htore, all of Ererythlng kept In a Cincinnati, O. con-ct- de was sitting quietly reading on from this Australian trip. Praise the dear Albany. We all wish old tbe rule I "God former remarked: "Now all of you which Is new, fresh and superior, be baa oa a ttoxen Raclielora, tbat Tildcn wai awindled out of tbe deck, when, suddenly, the great bell that LORD for every open door, and praise ipeed " We like him much, though not handgood looking lady who dealsand will furnish any with him with "Excuse mo," hangs amtdsbipi, rang out a atarthng Him for grace and courage to enter in. I one in ten of us will ever know his name, choice of the lot. Watch tbla column for list of presidency and name, or call at should think there were about 100 passen- even. "Mac" will do to remember him by. Almost initantly the deck aaid Colonel Kelly, "for interrupting you, alarm peal. waa alive with laican and ship's officers gers on board of both claesei 70, first, and but I concede nothing of tbe kind. I We are all well and happy Praise the Bourne's New Dru; and Book Store, that Mr. Hires waa the choice of tbe ruihing to and fro in hot haste; buckets 30, recond. Then the crew black and LORD. There was a scripture came to me -- A NEW- people-- by a greater majority than tbe re- were haatliy snatched from their recepta white; officers and men number over 1G0 "like a flash," this morning as I caught my more. Of Lucars (native seamen) alone fint glimpse of Australia, from my turn indicated." Tbii incident ii cited aa clee; sailors atood in line ready to pass cabin Buggy & Implement House. showing the painted way in which the Col- them, and everything seemed to indicate there are over a hundred. Truly a "little port. I fondly hope it waa from the LORD, tbat a catastrophe had happened or Im- world" in itself is a well appointed ocean aa I am firmly impressed it was: "Up! for onel expresses himielf. I will In a few daya optn a In bia editorial work he ia aa cimcie.ii-tlo- pended. I was not a little atartled and steamer. Oae, oa deck, even, Is bewildered I hare delirered it into thy bands." It - sprung to my feet, to rush, I knew riot with the stir and the numberleis details of came to me with a throb as ha li In hla aocUl life Ilia nowiFull Iino of Agricultural Implealmost a shock rements, of joy. Weill I am sure of three thlngt: piper utteranoM are oonvictton; nothing ia whither, until I saw a broad grin on tbe thing; but once descend to the lower by hits for tbe mere purpaie of faces of the men noaiwt me. Then 1 knew gions and the amazsment deep em at every 1. My million, If I were not I should go With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting written Machines at tbe bead. Alio a "helping to fill the column," but rather tbat tbey wnre only "drilling." But I atep The arrangement for propelling the mad. 2 My gospel. If I were not because an expression ia demanded. On thought tho joke a poor one, if intended to monstrous craft beggar descHptiob; the culi- should turn Atheist, I am sure. 3 My Line ot Bnggies and Wagons qutitiona of political economy, no man in startle, without due notice being given; for nary department, whereby these 250 God of Love and Nothing Else. If I were fall hungry people are fed through the day not no minion could fill on hand. In connection tbe Bute ia better informed, and hl writ- the nervous ehook might be errious to a me; no gospel Alwayaplement buaineas, I will also with my Imcarry a MhLaaaliiaLisfltftsifPV-lnira" B LJsl r ten expreoaionaahow tbat he haa the abili delicate woman. In fact, I wouldn't fancy with the rrgularity of clock work; the great could satisfy. But he both fills and satisComplete Stock of Lumber, thought! into "clear, cold bring "haken up" in tbat atyle, again, my refrigerating chambers crowded with beef, fies. It is a Divine Personality alone that ty to put hi. type." Richelieu's remark that tbe "pen self and my nervea are not overly sensitive mutton and poultry from Leadenhall mar- can do that. Jesus ever preient ever Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything aa it mightier than tbe aword," it applicable March 221, Lat, 33 8. We are nsar-in- g ket; freah vegetables from the gardens of loving ever mighty to save, is just what Low us any one. "King George's Sound," and the town Kent and Surry; and tbe wonderful mechan- my soul and thine, dear reader needs, to Col. Kelt); though a gallant aoldier, he for keepwill bi remembered aa an educator and a of Albany, upon it, where we will haveour ical arrangements (not chemical) and may hare, if you hare him not. For I solicit a share of your patronage. Respectfully, ing the temperature of tbe whole below myself, I can joyfully say "My Beloved is in-lT- r X. Jf. BRUCE. journaliat. fint oppotunlly of posting letten. As a BaaaKSaBaswwSeSiitsBfcV Robert Morrlaon Kelly waa born at Paria, glance at the map will ahow, this little freiin point, astonish and impress the mine and I am Hie." Erer in Jesus, Ky, on the 221 dny of September, 1830, place U at tbe extreme S. W. point of the notice wonderfully. The engine, that by a Geo. O. Barnes. E and waa tbe sixth of eleven children of mighty continent to which we are going curious adjustment, first compresses tbe air cremation of ua. vio JjEWJB. it was Thomat and Cordelia Kelly. "HU father, and which looma up in coloepal Interest (so generating heat as all know) and then (aa all about 2.30 r. m, when the party reached Thomaa Kelly, waa the oldeit of two aona and importance overv mile, nearer, we bv sudden expansion creates cold Kentnclcj'a Home East It the building, and in a few minutea the of William Kelly, a leading merchant of travel thither. I have been readingAntlio-n- know, again) is a marvel of ingenuity. Philadelphia and The Bucket Pumb & Water Trollope'a fascinating hand hooka 4 in can reduce temperature to 40 below ziro, body, wrapped in an alum sheet and resting Pari, and one of the early settlers of the xreve xork. a merchant and number which are decidedly tho best read, if eo desired. I didn't know there waa in the iron crib, was wheeled out of the place, and wai himself la an Improvement onany Pump or Elevator yet The only line running manufacturer and for many yean of hii lug on the subject, and of the nature of such a machine in existence. Then we preparatory room into tbe chapel. Tho Invented. The cups defending t'lll of alrand asthe air light again, mechanicalfurnace heat waa intense. Tbe company PULLHAX NEW SLEEPING CAKS cending full of water, circulates removingfrom botlater life cashier of the Branch of tbe "standard authority," yet, touching perma- have the electric wiggle, tom to top of cistern or well, chemically -- and the has been making some changee in the heatbugs, and reuderlng the wa er pur, removly produced-n- ot water AMD Northern Bank of Kentucky, at Pari. Hie nent fact; though, in euch rapidly growing 1 hit Pump haa ing all color, bad taste or smell an improved chain; uo links to get twitted: each mother was a daughter of Colonel Ilibrrt countiiea aa these stalwart young giants of whole ship can be a blaze of illumination ing apparatus, and it ia possible for it to SOLID cup Is soldered permanently, ana Ins ead ota link, obtain a higher degreo than ever before. FBOM Morrow, a leading clllzw of Montgomery the Orient are, many "facts" are soon out- with the turning of a crank. a nat piece ol galvanized Iron is ird. Do not waa eick for three or four days in When tbe iron door waa opened the inside Louistille, Oinoinaati & Lexington, Ky. purchase a pump until you see this Will county. He waaeiuoaledin private ichooli grown and the books written 15 years ago Very respectmlly, ia perfectly well of the retort glowed for an instant with a to Washington City, aa Trollope's were are stale and out of the rousheat weather, but at l'Arls and prepared for Yale College in a H. U. BIGGINS. Connecting In the same depot with (used to dazzling white beat, which was changed class under Rev. T. DsLacy Wardlaw, a date, oo many subjects. Still barring ev- now, with an equally heavy sea on VOH COUOno f.w ureo JP US PaBt Trains for New York. learned Presbyterian divine, but abandon- er changing etatistlci and advances "by it that is all); and I was very thoughtful instantly by the rush of cool air to a rriai-eoThe Direct Route to and into this ba,th of rosy light Lynchburg, Danville,' Kortolk and all Virginia college and leaps and bounda" of citlea, railways and oneday takjng my dinner ou deck, in a tint, ed the purpoae of attending and North Carolina Points. began at an early age to teach a private towns these charming volumes will never contemplative, not to eay melancholy mood the body was placed. The door waa quickto For ticket and Bee ly closed, but through the the your nearest ticket furtheror Information, apply echool in Paris. After two yea.e spent, in Iqsa their interest tipon the very points a But I did take,it.a.n.d,kept it safely. address W. f. Monoffice paalng,-brle- i experience, I bare body could be seen gradually becoming roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. teaching In Paria end Tjolally, be toofc newcomer ia moat anxious, first of all to yond this W.C WICKBAM. H. W. FCIXEK, QonM Paas'r Ag't. charge of the Academy at 0ingvIlle, know. Bat I mutt not "run off" to Aus- scarcely suCUred at all from what ii justly incandescent, until at the end of an hour 3d Vice Piesldent, Uloamond. Virginia. only evil" it the whole surface wu covered with a pale where he etudled law under Hon. J. Hoiith tralia till I get ashore. The Sutlej U aa called mai d mx. "Eyll and tnd.fid.f thoueh the dear LORD, - by the blue (lime. In about two houn the entire n Hurt, of that place. Having been admitted much ai lean manage, till we drop anchor !. ... office there, but in King George's Sound, where we hope to wondrous alchemy of grace, can bring mats had become conaumed. .and only a to the bar, he opened an evening about 5 o'clock. We "good" out of the "erii," aa he ever doe; tew pounds of gray ashes Eaaained in the returned to Paris in the sum car of 1800, be been oflered a partnership with have about 350 mllei to run, and our aver even "overcoming tbe evil witn good." uui bottom of tbe oven. These w.re taken out having never later oo and will be buried instead of be Hon. Garrett Davis, bis uncle oy marriage. age dally journey a are about 285 Today mark you, he always calls it "evil," York Tri- possibility confounding the two, as ing prestrved in an urn.-N- ew by any The rapid approach of the war soon ab- we mado 301 by 12npon wjblch waa rather b ii nil. IS WAJAANTED ip uro Fever and him-seleeptldering the heavy head ao many of hls children do -t- hus overturnf exertional sorbed every interest end he devoted Aruo, Intermittent or Chill Fever, tactlca than wind agalBct tin. 8oon after leaving Col ing the very foundations of right and Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, A San Francisco ptpcr reports tbat fifwore to studying military Fever), Liver Dengue (or "Break-bono- " of this tnof de mr then still teen cars per day for four months will here legal science and rraa elected first lieuten ombo we ran Into the "S. E Trades" as the wrong. Out Complaint, and all diseases arising from unchangably nval, in Itself the good quired loea) .militia sailors call thii wind that biowa with more to more tha orange crop out of Malarial potions. ant and then captain cf o.fc- or leas steadineaa from that quarlez of tbe LORD has brought ui all, the most re- Southern California. company. "Harpers, S. C, July 0, powen of diappetites and full Upon the opU of ,CmP Pic flobln. compass, all L the jear round. 'Usually it markable "For eighteen mohtto suf-ere- d Daughters, Wives and Mothsn. jBasip for Union rolnnteeri heads a ship going to Australia, until she gestion, unknown on land. The ladjes, on, the first with Chills qnd Fever, We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlal'a Ca- 23s South, when it le one and all, escapsd "Scott free," without a pitched in the State, he with Jamas M. runs down to Lat. having Chills every other day. T. ivt nm. si ihrc4 tnm ilmiflbim thollcon, a Female Remedy, t cure Female Dls malady. exchanged for a westerly breetr. tttmyn .Iter it. taull lUMmj U lb. S.nUira StSU4 e have qualm of tbe dreadful Givens and BarjreU 8. Tucker began re e t,titi t I twuWtlat itat.rial prloilpl. Uut boMM to King ease, such a Ovarian trouble, Inflammation and After trying various remedies Colombo ,n been specially policed hy thia useful and mrsta u4 itljna-The voyage from i '1 1 i! M. aV ori4Mttf ifcoff rlrrilM FQcH4 Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing efl(ptny-ncrultlfl lb. recommended to cure, used a a.mtra fa rip " It. fint point in Austra. down felling, Irrgularltle,,BarrnneM, Change o I 1M1U1 .nt'i, ib. uaMa! lta Ui. kiallof an) "S. E. Trade," that spins a ship George's Sound-t- he fhn I . rti August to the camp. He was elected cap. desirable bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and i "1'ialp'a lit tb m.ltola pttal ( ih. .11 ftit, pr ...I. M rivLo. C.atOBia San i.r or Swarr Qvu va "homeward bound," along, at a merry rate; lia- -ie only 12 days. In four more we Life,LiKhorracea, besides many weaknesses spring febivn r.a fir CUKb. Cmot never since had a chill. 'Isuar IM tain, Givens first lieutenant and luckai have ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, SpitK, I11 C.t, 4 iMMiatU. t m4 m piuubl, aaj Thii company wa at- for it is blowing right "in our teeth," as I reach Adelaide -c- apital of 8. Australia, nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, -l u ,Ak r.r 4rafUl tor It. trios VII lMsecond lieutenant. J2DWIW EARNER." all H1. WALTKlt A. TATLOK, Atlanta, Ga. doing so, steadily, ever 2i more to Melbourne -- oapltal of Victoria, Palpitation of the Heart, dc. For sale by Drug, PREPARED BY tached to the fourth Kentucky Infantry, of write, and haa been t. a mii'tiaa Hicanaaaar coboul of New South glit. Price II and SO par bottl. Send to Dr. since we made ita acquaintance. The sea 2i more to Sidney-cap- ital Oiuthn ntiiawr; a4 CtlUns TntMos. JornUbt II which 8peed 8. Fry, of Danville, yaa po, Dr, J. C Ayer $ Co., LoweltCas. 4'Mll.u. been more or lees rough, all the way, Walee. In Jin than thirty days, then, it J. B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., or pamphlet, free. gold U) ull Druggists. onel; Jaraee I.Croxton, of Parli, lieutenant hu For sate by IVjouy S. McAluttr, PrulnU. Both for aale by Dr. U.L. liOUUN If, tit.nfor B.Hunt,o( Lexington, wa. and one or two days we had rain squall; will be seen, a steamer cjvera tbe distance colonel; and P. lKUANNUM,OAHlI. or. He was promoted to major in March, 1802, to lieutenant colonel in March, 1804, and to colonel in Ostobar, 1801 and was mua'ered out and discharged with his regiment September 1, 1805, after more than four years of service; all of it in active duty in the field and all with his regiment, except a few months spent as inspector ot the division to which he was attached, just before tho battle of Cblckamauga, L.&N. sab-offic- e (121-li- 8ALE--Goo- d LINE Oo to T. Harris ld SOUTH & WEST ..? little NEWCOMB HOTEL Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ln 83-- m ICE! ICE Per ICE! y, I Uni-venlt- y. ntr ough GEO. O. BARNES. J. BOURNE heart-brok- ss Brst-cla- ra that," be-lle- oi viBBr';;'";LNiSit IT y roe-Was- hington, A TRAIN n spy-hol- tf33& dflten,. Ague Cure I 184. AYER'S lie-mltt-ent .. d I tti, fla-- 1 11 with a gold will notice nn unpretentious establishment Wm. Cornwall, Thos. W. Bullitt, Wm.l tH is Grover with everything about it both externally Price, Theo. Harris end Bennett H. ioung, Cleveland, who but a few years ago was a and internally denotingtaitoand refinement; of Louisville, and finally ons by Mr. W. k. beautiful birds are twittering in their cages, H. McCord, of Springfield. Messrs. Bulsheriff and hardly known outside of his Jane 4, 1886 Stanford, Ky., Now after having been Governor of flowers in yases nro nurtured and cultiva litt and Young said that what tho compa the great State of New York, be is Presi ted with tho tendercat care. Strango as it ny wanted out of Danville or Boylo county dent of the United States and whit is more, may eecm, this domicllo is presided over wdb 550,000, 'for which slock to that W. P. WALTON. the proud husband of a beautiful and cap- by two of the moat inveterate and confirm amount would be given. Mr. McCord, of tivating young bride, who gavo herself into ed bachelors the world has ever known. Sprinefield, said that his county would give What has been the cauee of this seclusion $200,000 and aa Danville and Perryvllle m his keeping the White House at 7 In a deservedly eulogistic paragraph Wednesday. in Tho daughter of a truo r. and nobedy knows whether disappointment in are on the Springfield route we think we about Gor McCreary, the Washington trusted friend and after his death Mr. early lifo or whether they have failed to can alreadv almost hear tho "toot" of tho of the Liulsville Times Bays: Cleveland's ward, he has seen her develop find females good cuough for their precious locomotive. Col. Young said also thnt the "He is appreciative of everything he hag into charming maidenhood and into the selves in either ciso Dr. Brown and John road would bo located within the next 30 Triiiiiuciiunti Hciuly for Une, a( ever received from the hands of the people full bloom of ripe womanhood. Miss Frank Cooper owe society an explanation why days. The party left for Lancaster this and tho press, and in not one of those poliFolsora is now the first lady in the land at have they not found themselves better (Thursday) morning. ticians who think all things come or belong the ago of 22, and President Cleveland is halves. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. to them by divine right. I have seen him the happiest man in America, if the fact BRIGHT, LINCOLN COUNTY. in the Gubernatorial chair, as a private P. J. Hiatt sold a bay horse to Dn that he has not turned every rascal out of citiifn and as a Congressman, and I have office As it haa been somo time since there Holdam, of Crab Orchard, for $100. does not disturb his mind. If it does never eeon the slightest deviation from the has been any items from this place, I take License has been issued to Hezekiah straight lae of a dignified gentleman. let him resolve at onoe to do so and carry the liberty of Bending a few of our happen- Roberts to marry Mies Jeneta Hopper. it out and let the millions of democrats who Pure in his public and private life, holding ings. Mr. M. E Hall, of Wayno county, Jesse Fish, who wan sued for bastardy his friends with books of steel, and unre elevated him to his high position rejoice a partner of It. L. Hubble, (alias Took,) in and $5,000 damages by M!m Menifee, has with him and be exceedingly glad. The sentful to those who hare opposed him, he tweet little romance that ho now figures in the ownership of the celebrated stallion, compromised with her for $300. is to me the prince among politicians, and A bouncing boy arrived at H. C. Genwill give him a warm place in the hearts of Enoch Arden, is stopping with Mr. Hubble there are legions of young men who are for a few days. Mr. Hall is one of the most try's Wednesday n.crck 'o c''m b an admiring people, but if he wants to oc for him for anything he wants." This is enterprising and successful traders of and lodging for 21 years. This is the 8th is cupy the whole heart, let him gladden bis Wayne county. Mr. Sid Dunbar has re- boy by no means overdrawn, The Governor for Mr. G. honeymoon and make the whole country one of the most appreciative of men and Jim Frazer haa bought of C. W. Ping happy by proceeding at once to order the turned from Russell county, where he has no favor, howtver small, is ever allowed to last mother's son of the rascals down and been visiting his father and looking after hia atock of groceries and will run his buspass unnoticed by bim. Toe average as- out. business matters. Our enterprising towns iness in the same honee. Cye will "shake pirant for office is apt to think that the man, J. W. Swope, has opened a sale, hands" for a business from now till August The formal announcements of the repub- training service of a newspaper in aiding his ambiand feed stable and is doing a election, being a candidate for jailer. lican candidates for judicial offices in this tions is a matter of course and its efforts "driving" business right in the teeth of the Married, yesterday morning at the and eulogiums are rarely acknowledged. district appears elsewhere in this issue. dull times. Mr. Spence Hubble has just court-housby M. R. Moore, J. W. Perrin Col. Thomas Z. Morrow is too well known With most of politicians it is "Big me" returned from a business trip to the moun- to Miss Mclisa Warren. Both were from to need any introduction to the people of and "little you." For one we don't mind tains and reports times hard, money mat- Garrard county. They came to this place giving deserved praise to anybody, but w this section, or the State for that matter. ters close and his trip of no effect. Our to marry because the young ladv's parents is will not persist in bestowing it where there He a pleasant gentleman, a fine lawyer, veteran stageman, Capt. B, Dil lion, is still objected to the union. Mt. Vernon is alan entertaining speaker and is much better is no acknowledgement and a lack of apmaking schedule time between Lancaster most a second Jeflersonville; a great many preciation. This paper is not run for any in every respect than his party. Capt. Wm, and Danville and keeps us connected with come here from adjoining counties to join Herndon is alto well and favorably known, man's special benefit. the outside world. Misses Mary and Allle hearts and hands. of honorable standing in his profession and Hubble are at Lexington this week to atJudge Durham has replied to The democrats of Rockcastle county has many warm friends. The banner of castigatlon in robust language, their party will be creditably carried by tend the commencement exercises of Ham will meet at the conrt house in Mt. Vernon ilton College and perhaps to take a peep at on Saturday, the 12th day of June, 16S0, using sledge hammer arguments in place Messrs. Morrow and Herndon. some of the Bible College theologs. The at 2 o'clock r. m., to select delegates to atof any attempt at rhetorical flourish, As Only the cabiuot officers and a few in- Baptist revival at Providence is "till in tend the District Convention to be held at bad as hi English may be, tho people al timate friends witnessed the marriage of progress, with 23 additions and fine pros- Lebanon on the 17th of June, 16S6, to nomways understand mm, no says, ana the governor himself seems to have "caught President Cleveland to Miss Frances Fol- - pects; 8 were immersed Sunday. The col inate a democratic candidate for Judge of on" to bis meaning most gratifyingly. He som, at the White House Wednesday even- ored people of our little vllle are enjoying the Superior Court. All democrats are re ing, but 60,000,000 people will read with a rich spiritual harvest in a protracted rehaa never been'accused of "plagiarism" quested to attend. D. N. Williams, chmn. interest the full accounts of the event which vival, conducted by Rev. Fisher, a noted Miss May Adams has returned from aa the governor has, nor has he ever manipulated a convention, so as to ercure the appear in the daily papers and send happy colored revivalist of Danville. There have Harrodsburg, where she haa been attending been up to present about 35 converts and a school, John Williams is at home again nomination that belonged to some one else, greetings to Grover and his bonnle bride. Knott did over Thomas Lovely Jones. Gov. James R. Hinduan has shied his flattering prospect for a much larger num- from Mitchell, Ind. John, where is that He charges flatly that the governor's admin- -' castor into the Congressional ring in the ber. The Rev. Fisher is a very fluent and rich merchant's daughter? Harry Miller impreuive speaker, a believer in the haa come home from Austin, Tex. He is istration has been a miserable failure and 11th District, or words to that effect. religion of our fathers. "Ask for delighted with the country and will return that whatever of good haa been accomplishWe are indebted to Mr. George A. Jones the old paths and walk therein, for it is the this fall. Misses Sallle Whitehead, Cleo ed by other of the State officers, none is due for the interesting sketch of Col. Kelly. good old way our fathers have trod, Ac." Williams and Delta Hertrick have returnto him. He is willing for the public to Baptismal service at the Hanging Fork ed from a pleasant trip to Williamsburg. decide between bim and the governor on NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. bridge on the 21 Suuday at 10 A. M. Basket They all say they have a "crow to pick the question of faithfulness, confident that The convicts are to leave Jellico on dinner and preaching in the grove near G. with me." George Davidson, oi Stanford, the verdict will be that no administration the 14th. P. Bright'. in Kentucky has for years been so unpopular was in town yesterday on business. Willis Auditor Hewitt will be a candidate for Adams is in Louisville. and unsatisfactory as his. He knocks the DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. governor (quare between the eyes on his It Won't Woiik. We discover the ev The public debt decreased $3,828,566 The Danville Hop Club are preparing profligacy in the matter of pardons and the during May. to give a big hop on the night of the 8th idence of a nice little ariangement to remission of fines, but suggests that in the Cholera is raging in Venice, from 30 at the Opera House. Seibricht, of Louis- make a cat's paw of Fontaine Fox Bobbitt year yet remaining he might if he wished to 50 deaths occurring daily. in the Attorney's race. He is expected to ville, is to furnish the music. do something to redeem his administration come out as an "independent" in the hope A. E. Wilson has been nominated for Eliza Kendrick, a demented negro woand lift the State out of the "rut" that she Congress by the republicans in the Louisthat he will detach some votes from Dick man, became very noisy on the streets Sunhas been running in so long. Got. Knott ville district. Warren in Lincoln and enable a few soreday night and was put in jail. On Monday will have to cut and come again if he A bill to abolish the tobacco tax, offer- evening she so far recovered as to be able to heads in Pulaski to switch off. But even would down the redoubtable Durham, this move will prove abortive if Dick War ed by Mr. Daniel, of Virginia, was defeated tell that she belonged in Lincoln county. ren's friends elsewhere in the District are John Kelly, for so many years the in Congress 52 to 111. She was released when the soon relapsed At Clinton, Iowa, three drunken Ger- into snpurlative craziness. She was again true to him. He made a gallant race and leader of the Tammany Hall democrats New York, sank painlessly to death at his mans went to sleep on a railroad track and arrested Wednesday and sent to Stanford won it fairly, and is justly entitled to the support of every democrat in the district. homo in New York, Tuesday, after an ill- all three were run over and killed. by order of the County Court. r Senator Kenna, it is now said, will acness of seven months. He was born in New Owing to the death of Mrs. Beatty a Advocate. Complimentary. In his excellent pa in 1822, of Irish parents, and took a cept the Chairmanship of the Democratic few weeks ago, the Alumni Association of York fancy to politic? very early in life. He Congressional Campaign Committee. per, the Richmond Herald, Mr. B. J, New-I- on Centre College have concluded to dispense W. H. Giger shot and instantly killed with a proposed banquet and other por Job V. WAisas. served two terms in Congress, and in 1871 haa the following in an article on tbe Tuoius 1). lUirsr. Deputy United States Marshal J. W. Hig-gin- tions of a contemplated programme at the 8. S. Convention: The musio was of the his active control of Tammany began, his at Carthage, Tenn. An old fued was meeting of the Association June lGth. Dr. very best, and to the majority of these first great public service being to smash the thieving Tweed ring that had eo long prey- the cause of the killing. Beatty, aa haa been announced, will deliver who attended proved the most pleasing The Master Builders' Association, of the address. A full attendance of all old feature of the Institute. The church had ed npon the city. Afterwards, he served two terms as sheriff, during which he be St. Louis, haying given the short hour plan students of tho College is deaired as this is been handsomely decorated by tbe good system the last year of Dr. Beatty'd connection people of Stanford and everything was done r came quite rich, though no dishonesty was a trial, will return to the charged. He was strongly for Tilden, when two hours on the 15th inst. to insure tbe visitors a pleasant time. with the College. The Merchants National Bank of Peo-r- a, he was nominated in 1870, but falling out Mr. Speed Fry, Jr., left Monday for Preparations, they said, bad been made to III , has cloeed its doors, owing to the Kansas City, where he has secured a good entertain 200 delegates from abroad, bnt with him subsequently used all his endeavComo with tho tide 0 us Jor ors to nominate Hancock over him in 18S0. embezzlement of 100,000 of its funds by its situation with the Cable Line Railway. we are satisfied they placed the figures too cashier, J. F. Hoke, who haa joined the Dr. Union Worthington left the same day low by half and prepared for at least 500. Candles, He was a sort of rule or ruin democrat and BtOlDDU, Hiipr, Coffee, &$$. S Oranges, Hour, .Meal' a dangerous man to the party, when he other defaulting cashiers in Canada. for Colorado, seeking a restoration of his We have attended a good many conven Lemons, Bacon, Lard, could not have hia way. Mr. Beck has introduced a bill in the health. Mr. George W. Doneghy, who tions of different kinds, and know some Uatw, JTIgi, Butter, Ecg,, IlaUtna, I'elatoct, the Senate, the object of which is to 1'rcterrei, Mackerel, The Knights of labor in convention at it members of Cngres from acting prohib- with Mr. D. T. Fackler has been carrying thing about the hospitality of Kentuckians, Jelly, Syrup., as at- on a job printing office here, has retired but the Stanford people are entitled to the Cocoa, Cleveland are fulminating demands as if Molaatre, torneys or employes of railroad companies from the business to accept a situation with palm. Invitations to dinner and tea went Cloves, Cbecee, they were the only people on the face of Canned Hoods, OrifMta that hold charters or have had grants from the Argus printing and publishing compa- begging and "homes" were so plentiful that l'lne Apple, Wis Butter, the earth instead of a very insigmcant frac- the United States. 8 pice, Hire, Mr. W. B. Nichols, an each visitor was forced to decline two or ny, of Louisville. Cinnamon, tion. They want it made a penal offense iiorainr, Herr Most, the New York anarchist, experienced printer, takes his place in the three Cikea, Again we beg to remark that Beans, any man to loan money at over 3 pet for Prunes, Kraut, was given the full extent of the law, a year whole souled hospitality, withfirm, whose business will be conducted as fcr genuine, Fruit cent, and demand that the government esSardines, in the penitentiary and $500 fine, the judge heretofore. Mr. E. C. Walton, of Stanford, out any sham or foolishness about it, we Bakers Chocolate , . . tickles wsbhbxm tablish loan shops all oyer the country to remarking DrieU.'PI',f . Corned Beef, Crsckcri. march. Hn.n. ... 11111 Mlu that he was sorry that he could was in town last night taking in the com- wish to he commended to tbe people o( Chlmnml. nJ.rfJ Inarm, help the poor. There are other as silly denot make the sentence more severe, for be mencement exercises. in nee, Stanford. mands and the whole ia concluded with Haddlea. was the greatest scoundrel be had ever seen The commencement exercises of CaldBememlV that",; VurlSH 'iff0.-- 5 We have it from the authority of a man the threat to banish every man to private at the bar. well College for young ladies, which for who made the experiment of watching the life who fails to vote as they say. Oiukawtke entire at UUcllon, in S0,J, ,"luJ, "' n Intelligent Speaker Carlisle has written a letter to Btanford or our suburban city of ils?iA?iirf. alleJof the past five years has been presided over proceps of evolution, that every ,n' wtf.rf iS?.'.?1" In advocating the passage of a national express his views on the benefits which he by Rev. John Montgomery, begun Monday turns to a crasshooper in due course of jiXvur. bankrupt law, the New York World says: thinks a low tariff will have on the labor night and were concluded on Wednesday time. Therefore, in about two weeks, we "It also enables an honest bankrupt to have interests of the country. He believes that night. The first evening's programme con may look for the country to be flooded with his a flat is settled and obtain relief from the labor of this country can successfully sisted chiefly in recitations by younger pu- another nuisance. The incredulous are reburdens which otherwise would weigh bim compete in a contest with the pils, all of whese performances plainly quested to place a few worms in a box of MERCHANT TA1XOK. down through life." Juit so, but where labor of other countries. But he acknowlshowed that Mr. Montgomery's method ii dirt and set them in the sun with a piece of one honest man takes the benefit of such a edges the difficulty of solving the hard to begin building on a good foundation. tobacco cotton fastened over them to keep law, a thousand rascals seek its aid in legal- - times problem as follows: "Almost everyI hays received and stilt receiving The second evening's exercises were alto- them in. In ten days tho most incredulous uing the swindle they went in to make. body seems to agree that there is some gether musical and were under the superParis News. will be convinced. The country seems to get on equally as thing radically wrong somewhere in our vision of the accomplished teacher of muwell as it did, before the bankrupt law ex- present financial and commercial policy, but Planting whole potatoes gives the best sic, Miss Minnie Ritchie, At the close of vvm,..u.uB me uoti Jn me market, which will U unfortunately we do not agree either as to Mr. Montgomery's fifth year as president yield, according to the New York pired by limitation. the present nature of the evil or the reme of this college, it is but just to say that he half tubers are next bestjquar-te- r wouon up in aijio ana juaico Booond to Nono m City or Country. All the indications point to the nomi- dy. But intelligent discussion, divested as tubers next; single eyes yield least, has the respect and gratitude of all as a nation of Judge M. G Saufley for Superior Give Mo a Trial. far as possible of all partisan prejudice and faithful and efficient teacher of young peo- Trials made at the Rural Aew loner Judge on the first ballot. He is almost bias, will finally disclose the real difficulty grounds favor cutting to two eyes; other ple and it is the wish and trust of those dead Bure of 132 votei, which is 13 more and concentrate public opinion upon come who know him best that he may long con- trials correspond with both of these results Zimes says the lawthan a majority. The is known. proper measure of relief" tinue in hia present position of usefulness. The best way not yet yers and buciness men of Louisville are for The closing exercises embraced a calutalo McklNNEY, LINCOLN COUNTY. Saufley, but tho machino is for Barbour The tobacco barn of B, N, Isancs, near ty by Mies Marie Fox, of Boyle, on the Gradfordsville, burned with 14,000 pounds and that ho will get the vote cf tho city. I Mr. D. 8, Johnson very low with "Power of Fashion;" an essay each by of tobacco and other valuables, Let him have if that's any consolation, 23 pneumonia. Also Mrs. Mary Hocker is of the 37 counties will declare for Saufley seriously ill with a complication of ail- - Misses Anna and Mittie Crowe, of Lincoln, The President will spend his honeythe former on tho ''Origin of Education" moon at hii cozy residence near Washing, and that settles it. ments. Your correspondent was hospitably and the latter on "Criterion of Character." ton, which ho recently purchased for about Doas can now be held subject to all the protection thrown around other property entertained at the princely mansion of G. Mite Jennie Oxley, of Junction City, was $25,000. valedictorian. The programme included Senator Hale introduced in the Senate by entering them as such and paying SI to O. Lyon a few days since. Chris is a reading man and knows how to ontertain hi3 some fine music by the Stanford Gold and a bill making tho impelling or obstructing Owners of fancy the State per brad. Sliver Band. of railroads except by legal process a crime are doing this in eome instance?, but guests. The closing exercise of Mba Mattie The President and Directors of the punishable by fine and imprisonment, we have never seen tho dog yet that we Morgan'd school will take place here on Louisyille Southern railroad were in DanSince the organization of the Amerlcsn would invest that amount on. tho 10th inst. There will be an exhibl-tio- n ville Wednesday and wero greeted with a Pomological Society, nearly thirty-eigh- t at night interspersed with interesting rousing meeting of citizens at the Court years Ago, more than six hundred named Tun Loulsvillo 'Iruth wants to see a young msn elected governor and prefers dramatic performances. t, House. The visitors were handsomely in- varioties of fruits have, by common -- On Main street In the town of Huaton- - troduced by Mr. John W. Yerka and there Hon. W. C. OrecB to either Durham or been discarded, nod their places in the Backner. ville, he who vhits that flourishing village, j "ra ppti-cbuby Mmu. est. Junn Loylc, 'catalogue filled by belter sorts. Smi-MccMnlnfmoriou- ;. spo)n in his mouth that man If ever ft man was born WALLPAPER! bal-Iwic- WALL PAPER WALL ! PAPER .' M'ROBERTS & STAGGr'S. I have a small lot of WIM Which I 11111 will sell at Cost. T. R WALTON. Gov-Knott- A Splendid Variety of u In Bulk and in Papers found at illll can be . T f: T. R WALTON'S. Of best kinds, at WEDgOUOTH 01 GROCERIES mP T. R WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. s, WATERS & RANE Y Sti'eet, GROCERS, s5 I ten-hou- AEain Stanford. fm? pv m$m& n. m o!'i!IV H- O. i cut-wor- m a hand-to-han- H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, RITPLEY. Expeii-mentStati- oo; Wall Paper, $l Furniture, SBlSllSR Oases, Gaskets, Robes. con-ren- s Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. IE. WEAKHSET, Stanford. BrsT cottonade nt D. Klaea'. ID cent po' ynrd nt 0 Cnnrar.-- Mr. John Hnnswirlh, manager of the Bwlss Cbeces Factory nt Greenheim, cents per near town, showed us a sample of bis make n few days ago, which was very fine Indeed. lie is nov making ft bout 00 pounds r, day Best checked cotton at GJ cents per and will increnta tho capacity ns opportu DualnouB MamiRor. E. O. WALTON, yard. D. Klasi. nity ndmlts. We hope our citizens will LOCAL TIME CARD. I. iff. FnuiTofthe Loom cotton at 7J cents liberally pitronlze this de'irnblo induatry. per yard. D. Klas. 1 84 r. M. ... Mall U ln going UARRIAOES. ' " Hotith,. ................. ...l'i 15 r, u. ...... iSiAin. ISxprustraln" Bouth.... Saddlkiiy nnd Harncas positively nt Mies Jessamine, the daushtcr of Hon. " Morh,.......,......, '1 OS A. kt. ' " " Thomas P. Porter, and Dr. J. D. Neet were Tht joto li calculated on standard Um. Bolsr primocost. Metcalf A Foster. About 30 minute faster, noli Save Money by going to D. KIu'b' and married nt Versailles, Tuesday. Col. Albert Gallatin Talbatt' maniage buy your clothing or anything elre you LOCAL NOTICES. to Miss Caroline Watson, only daughter of Landuitji's Garden accda nt Mcllobert need. Peter Watson, a wealthy manufacturer of A Htatrif'i. Bio lot of extra for tho Walter A. Wood Philadelphia, was celebrated in due and LAN.)iir.Tir Ktrilen eocl in bulk and harvrating machines on hand. I. M. ancient form In that city Tuesday. After package at Penny & McAlloterV. Bruce. a tour ot the East, tho happy pair will arWatoiiim nnd Jewelry repaired on filior & McAIls nottco and wurrnntcd by Penny BrEAKtNO Hon. Fontaine F. Bobbitt rive in Louisville in time to attend the r. will addrers hi fellow citizin at the Court musical festival, then to the Colonel' home Buy tho Hum I log Remedy, the orll-oa- l in Danville. The groom ia 78, but as has and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-inte- r. Houee County Court day, the 7th. been truly remarked, is just about as young A new paper has been started at Tribune, flock of jewelry, latwt A comi-let-e as he used to be. style. Kockford wntche a epecinlly. Pen-n- y Kanaa, in which we observe that our for All the ladies will be interested in mer citizen, W. H. Anderson and Itobt. S. A McAllaler. knowing what Miss Frank Folsom was LyMc arc t'c!:ho',!', PERSONAL. dressed in when she became the bride of The Court of Levy will meet Monday the President. "She wore an enchanting Louis-Titl- e MimKittie Wiuy went lo and there i a faint prospect that it will be wedding dress of ivory satin, simply garyesterday. of taxation for the nished on the high corsage with India musMils. Linda IIayokn returned from able to reduce tbe rate current year. At any rate it will not be lin, crossed in Grecian folds and carried in Texas Wednesday. 20 cent on tbe $100 and $1 exquisite falls of simplicity over the pettiMiw W. Q. Welch hat been Tiaitlnj? Increased from per poll. coat. The orange blossom garniture, comIn Richmond thit week. Mn. Tom Metcalk bM cone lo tbe The Board ol Health, if we have one, mencing upon the vail in a superb coronet, would do well to have the back yards ot is continued throughout the costume with mountain in the interest of his boalnee. Mrs. Ciiatman Coleman, Jn, of residence in town examined. Some are arti'tio skill. Her vail of tulle, about five Mercer, in visiting relative In this vicin- in a very filthy condition and the first yards in length, completely enveloped her, ity. thlog we know cholera or some other fatal falling to the edge of the petticoat In front Judge M. II. Owsley went to Leban- - disease will break out. and extending the entire length of her full on yesterday to defend bii relative, L. C. court train. She carried no flowers, and Yestemiay's south-bounOwsley. exprera was wore po jewelry except an engagement Miis. M. L Uouiinf, Mint Relle and thrown from the track by a rail turning, ring." Yesterday' Courier Journal contained to vlelt her Trueheart witi leave between Williamsburg and Jellico, but noMm. Taylor, in Huntington, W, Va. body was hurt. A delay of several hours a full account of the marriace of Mr. Joe Miw Jennie Cosiiy, who baa been at- was caused and the north-bouomail was S, Grimes to Miss Zoradl. daughter of Mr. James B. and Mrs. Mary E. Payne, at their tending; Garrard Col lege, paired lo htr also thrown cfl time 2) hours. beautiful residence at Elizabethtown. Rev. home accompanied by Rev. 13. F. Cosby. DnowNED. Eddie, the youngest eon of J. C. Cold well performed the ceremony. Misses Mattie and Maome Owsley have returned from Ward' College, Naah-yill- Dr. M. Tabler,of Harrodaburg, was drowned At tbe appointed hour the foldlnc doors of Kich fcured a handeome miilal for Tuesday. A negro man had taken him the library were swung ajar, revealing tho and two other to bathe in Bait River nnd bridal couple standing in the midst of a proficiency in French. Mn T J. BoLEY has secured the ap- was swimming with Eldie on hi back, beautiful floral scene. Oa either side pointment of railway poital clerk on tbe when from some reason he went under and stood the following attendants: Miis Sue Knozville Division of the L. A N., thank the boy falling ofl, he sank to rise no more. Payne, sister of tbe bride; Miss Bailie DenThe negro got out of course. ny, of Lincastei; Misses Zuada and Mary to the protuptne of Gov, McCreary. Lackey and wife, Mis Hon. G. A. Hon. G A Deniiam was here yesterday Weaf, of Danville. The bride was sttirod Pauline and Kate Grimes, Daisy Hurn-aid- and showed us a resolution adopted by tbe in a beautiful white silk, pearl front, court Mattin and Sallle Denny and Messrs. miner at Jellleo pledging him their hearty train and diamonds. After tbe conclusion W. P. Grime, W. It. McltjksrU, W. II. upporl without regard to party affilia- of the ceremony the guests were conducted Ulgglna and Cabell Denny attended the tion and calling upon tbe laboring men all to tho dining room, where tbe tables were Grimee-Payt- ie marriage at Elizibetbtown over the district to rally to hi support, be- bordened with the rarest delicacies, which were served after tbe beet Kentucky style and returned home yesterday. cause he has been a true and tried friend of After supper all returned M. T CnArr and wife, of London, the wage workers. Mr. Denham Is confi- of hospitality. Mn. were here Monday niht returning from a dent that If he secure the nomination for to the parlors, and the time was spent in viait to relative in Garrard. Mr. Craft la Congress in the district be will carry hi conversing and liatening to tbe sweet strains of music furnished by an orchestra from the youthful editor of the leader, which county by 600 majority. Louisville until midnight. During Mr. previou experience he launched without Thanks. Dr. T. M. Lewi ask n to Grimes' stay of two years in Elizabethtown about a year ago and which he ha already he won n host of friends by his kind and made one of tbe btft paper in the State. extend the hearty thank of the Turners He lake a naturally to the business a a ville church to the German choir lei by congenial manneis He is a man of strict bus-. fiih doe to water and with hi ambition, he M- A. Cmnlch for the excellent music iness integrity and is spoken of in tbe highfurnished the church a few night ago. It est terms by all who know him. Miss Zi- la bound In stirrer). was a real treat to near tnem sing and a radi is a beautiful and accomplished young LOCAL MATTERS. standing invitation i extended to them to lady, and has a holt of warm and admiring repeat the compliment. Dr. Lewis tell us friends there who reeret to sive her up. PniCES satisfactory at Water A Riney that the Germans are making excellent cit Mr. and Mrs. Grimes left Wednesday night Good Calico at .1 cent per yard. D. izens and have won their way into the res at 12 o'clock on a bridal trip to New York KllM. pectofallwho love thrifty, city. They will return to Stanford, where Best dres gingham at SJ cent per yard, people. they will remain at present. " D. Klaa. The Lawn Party was a thing of beauty RELIGIOUS. cent Dnrm Cheap. Good Lawn at and a ioy while it lasted. The night was per yard. D. Klaa. the music furnished by the Gold pleasant; There will be a prayer meeting at Mt. the refreshments Xenia Sunday at 3 o'clock. Ice cream frettere, cooler, refrigrrator anJ Silver Bind first-ratexcellent and the pretty little waiter., clad Rev. J. M. Bruce will preach at Row-Itn- d Ac, at W. II.HlBglna'. in white, just charming. The ffjuarc, brilat 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon. r Late and early iweet potato and cabbago liantly illuminated, never presented a love The Southern Baptist Seminary at planta for Hle. 0. J. Xewland. liar scene and the Missionary Society of the Louisville graduated 18 preachers Monday RrrniOEiiATOiis, Cooler and Ice cream Baptist church is to be congratulated on night. Elder J. G. Livingston writes that hi the successful result of their first attempt freezer low down. Metcalf A Foiter " in raising money this way. The net pro- meeting at London is progressing finely with 10 additions to date. PnocTOii Knott ia the beat, ak thoie ceeds were about $10 who have tried it. Metctlf A Foiter. " ,j The growth of the Presbyterian church, It is more than probable that Judge west of the Mississippi, since the reunion McHonr.iiTs A St A 00 have itarted their Durham's admirers, of whom he has many in 1870, is estimated at from 807 lo 1,123 Soda Fouutaln and i a good a over in this county, will assemble at tbe Court- ministers and from 20,140 (0 70,067 mem- " made. house county court day and express their ap- oer. The colored people are lo hold a Sun- preciation of his public services and tender A fine lino of chilTo Tim Ladies. Institute in their Christian dren' clothing at reduced price. D. their support to him for Governor, especially since Gov. Knott has attempted to nip church here June 18, 19 and 20. to be con KIbm. bis gubernatorial boom in tbe bud. Gar ducted by Rev. T. A. Reid, the 8tate IIUHTflNVILLE will hold a Fair aa uaual evangelist. rard has already expressed in his favor and and ha eelected the 21, 22 and 23 or July An excellent sermon on the four goshis friends here think that such an expressa the day. ion is due to a neighbor, who has served pels, delivered by Rev. George W. Dunlap, FsrEciAL attention is called lo the sale them well in every capacity. at Camp Washington M. E. church, Cincinat 2:30 to morrow of the fine httlo farm of nati, is published in fell in the Covington OonWEALTn. Owing to the fact that Commontctalth of May 84 acre in Boyle county, advertised by 20. same of the assessor's books were not as James A. Bhnttleworth. High Bridge begins on carefully prepared as heretofore, tho clerk Lost. Between the Cbriitian church and hive had considerable trouble, consequent- July 15 and closes July 27. Rev. Steve Holcomb, II, C. Morrison, D. D., and the Myers noiii-e- , last week, a travel log bag, ly Mr. Blaln is a few weeks bahind in blind preacher Chaplain of Congress, Rev. containing gold eye gltBica and lot of us tbe report from them, b she W. II. Mllburn, D. D.. will attend. be rewarded by leaving key. Finder will has kindly done for several year?: Brother John H. Dean, of New York, with Mr. E. H. Burnalde. 12,010,103 I83.SI9 acres of land valued at. .. i... who has given over n million dollars to 811,033 4S3 town lots Neithku party belnuj ready for the trial, 3,801 horses anil 183,131 churches, is reported by the American Bapmires Ihe examination into tbe killing of D. Tay-lo- r 1,529 mules 05,320 tist Missionary Union, of which he is counby Lucius C. Owsley was pottponrd till 105 Jennies 12,313 sel, as nearly $150,000 short in bis accounts. 15,152 From all we can learn it appears 8,807 slieep -- Rev. Green Clay 8mith, who is still 21,312 0,077 bog to be a clear case of murder. r 133,433 0,208 cattle mm holding his meeting at Providence with 113,104 ... The Swim settlers at Eiet Bernstadt are 103 stores gracious results, will preach at the Baptiit 32,282 l'lanoi, gold and silver watches, Ac.,., going to give n grand 4th of July picnic, Carriages, buggies, coaches,. tc.,.. church here next Sunday night at 7.45. 89,217 to which nil the Swiss societies in tho State Value under Equalltatlon Lit Monday be will address the citlzjrs on 313.SC1 are invited, The Governor and other prohibition at the Court House. ..53,953,721 Total valuation of taxable property.. State officer will alro be expected. The North Rolling Fork Baptist 8,200 Added by supervisors church will bo dedicated on the 21 Sunday The republican candidates for judge and 93,981,921 In this month at 11 A. M Rev. R. M. Commonwealth' attorney, Col. Thomas Z. Total Tbo total number of poll in Dudley, D. D , of Georgetown College, will and Capt. William Herndon, will Morrow address the peoplo of Lincoln at the Court-Hout- o the county is 3,448; of legal voters 3,304; preach the eermou. Several other minisof children of school age 4,777; hogs over ters will participate in the services. W. J. next Monday, county court day. 0 months old 2,784; blind persons 2; deaf Hollzclaw, pastor. As ADMiNlBTnATon of T. T. IXivie, persons 0. Only 0 dogs are listed for taxLAND. STOCK AND CROP I will on Momlny June 7th (Coun- ation, yet tho miserable cure killed during ty Court day) before tho Court House door, the year 2 17 sheep, valued nt $548. There Grass and Brier Scythes and Snaths se wagon and harness, were raised 177,101 pounds of tobacco, 548,- sell publicly, at T. R. Walton's. I old buggy and hurnesi nnd a lot of farm- 115 bushels of corn and 23,187 bushels of -- Will Moroland bought of F. F. Sand- ing men!), Ac. J. B Pttxton, admr, wheat. idgo a combined horse for $225. with will annexed. Reference to last year's report will serve Henry Johnston sold to Mr. C. L, CeEvkiiy meicliHnt in town save one cheer- to bIiow how carelessly the work of assess- cil 0 head of yearling mules at $100 per fully agreed to the proposition to close at ing is done, There are 2,203 lesa acres of head Lebanon Standard. Hays Nunnclloy, ot Scott county, haa an earlier hour. The majority ohould not land listed than last year and tho be ruled by the very email minority, but v.ilue of property Is put down at $201,205 bought tho product of 1,200 acres of wheat, do" the right thing by themselves and their below that year. Then 5,772 children of paying for it from 70 to 72 cents per bus J. T. Cultbn sold 18 bead of cattle to clerki. The latter will ba tho more faith- the school ego vote reported, now there is ful for it anil flftlw will be just as large if it a falling off ol about n 1,000, whereas the 0ens and Prewitt, to be delivered July 1, ! ninibrr is nlwiys increasing and multlply- - nt 5 cents per pnuml with a rebate of $1 per Jsknowr '! at a. a i " 'i our llng. head. fParksvllle News will ba clubud. Stanford, Ky., Juno 4, 1880 yard. D. Klars. Best Indigo blue calico nt Korth-.........- In Fayette countv O. Y. Peek wlo.ed to Brown A Weihl 100 fine cattle, slon fed. averaging 1,101 pounds, at 4jc. 1 rank Herbert sold and delivered to Horaco Miller, near Paris, 2(0 barrels of corn, at $2 per barrel. There are several thousand barrels of unsold corn here, and no demand for it. News. A, T. Nunnelley went to Cincinnati Wednesday with two s of Iamb and one of sheep. The former nveraeed 8 pounds and were bought at 5 cents, the latter cost Jz per pound. A Madison county farmer who hea tried ojerr plan says that the only way to get rid of iron weeds is to dig them up as to is satisbed that the weed is propagated from the roots and not the seed. He nlsnt. ed some seed to test the mntier nnd none if them came up. Herald. -I- LL White deliverrd to Will More lnod here Tuesday 13 lamb, which averaged the remarkable weieht of n fraction oyer 80 pounds. He received 6 cents for idem, we don't think this weight can be beaten but we are open for conviction Mr. White also sold 12 ewes aversglng 148 pounds to same party at 3 cents. car-load- -- 3 mtmlyTnrwtm BPffi?ttfE. -assa?-!1TIJOS. METCALF. - GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY Ml Vim SAFE! i CookfngforwfiofB FamlfY5o.aday sjj.,,,. ji w i iffiy 4J IgBEYERYWDERE iWANTED MutMTs n o Ravi recjp. nn 181, 183. 105 a 187 W. Cth St. CINCINNATI, O. JOUN B. FOSTER. M mmilf & IFditet ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. AND- "tmumr: SETT ADVEBTIHEMMTH. - THOMAS Z. BfOIlROW, OfPuIsikl mji juugsin me oin juuiciai unmet. coanty.ia the Republican candidate Low Ix-ice- s a Specialty. WILLIAM HEIINDON, Ot Lancatter. Is the Rtnubllean candidal for Com. monwealth's Attorney In the 8th Judicial DU- inci. ciecuon Auguat Zd. Twill Mill mv ISfttlM Bvawi anJ k.M Sa.II.. .. y m"V ataMsi wA IHUUi tUKvlUCI with 4acree of land, aultable. for fruit growing, v. iuu.uvivuiuuuii Ait. lucaiea i iiigoianu, on tbe Hotueraet road. Apply to Highland, Lincoln county, Hy, JPCIT $25Q. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All of our Sugsr was bought before tbe advance and can be sold at tho same old price. Our d PUBLIC SALE or Hardware, Embracing Everything, la very cheap. We have recently refitted lf of our store r unsurpassed for, beauty and con enlence. OuQUErdWAKE wlih b"'lne- - It is ron.i.tfnJ-nf111 ber Het, Is excellent. These goods sre bought from Dln.D'. Tea and Cham-onl- y ol competition in prices. We ask you to call and examine goods. one-ha- e. NIOE LITTLE FARM. On Nutnrtlay, June 5, 1SSO, If not contalna sold privately before I will sell to the nigoesi iaer, on tbe premlies, the little Farm known a tho Roger piice, altuated 1 milea from IL.J" n.. I)nltl-- n h Cil...... Ulll.. EIGHTY-FOUR tat wleJ METCALF WEMW & FOSTJER e, ACHES Of land tn nnt class condition and very desirable In every respect, Sale on the premise at . o'clock r. u. 'orpartlculaa apply to W. L. Tark-tngto- n. now on the place, or to me by letter at ., & MEiFEE. Ky. TiKHa. d cash; balance In oneand two yeats with 6 per cent. Interest from date, with ueu rcuMDeu ior utimM parmenta Louli-llleOne-thir- Dealers In all kinds of 1J-- H JA8. a. siivrTLEirortTir, LouU-ill- e, h.j PLANOS FOR SALE. One square Piano, in a rood atat of nrwwryi lion, for T5; one excellent Square, price! 100; one Upright, nsarly new, S175; one large equare Pi . ano, information call at tbla office or see Mr. S. S. Myers, Stanford. 121-4t Faxminglmplements and Machin ery, V9PPilaKllaaaaaaaailalK5lalaaaaSlaaaaarW . '. Jr. S. TRVEUEAJtT. B. HARRIS, Ag't C. ro Wm. Eoering & Co.'s Mower., Bind ers and Reapers, law-abidi- ng Crab Orcunrd, - - Kentucky. 114-i- m FARM FOR SAIsE ! Wim I offer for sals my Farm oi ldO AircH. situ ated near walnut Flat, Lincoln county, on tbe Stanford A Crab Orchard pike, 4 miles from Stanford and 6 miles from Crab Orchard. The. land la id excellent conumon. an abuudancs ol water, fencing good, spailous barn and theds, Implement, house, Ac. all new, built In 1834 and '85, Comfortable dwelling, so acres In wheat, 40 acrea in oata and Bowed to timothy and clover. 20 acrea for corn: remainder tn grass. Terma and price n.wu.uic, iu-aj. mm. Dianiora ix Sngi!e$f Uavsiages 9 -- r; SURREYS,- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Con, Lumber, Etc. ji, Sale ofLand,Stock & Crop. U uiuei iro.n maniorii ana on tne btiiiwiu county road leading troui the Danvlllo lo the Lancatter pike. Tbe land is In a rood itstn nt nil. tlvatlon. lenclng excellent, spacious barn and abedi. My houso burned down recently but an- umcr juiriN u oa iqo ground ready lor building. Tho outbuildings are good. The place la well watered and there ia a splondld orchard. Will alio offer for sale sll kinds of farming Implements and machinery, horses and cattle, hogs, household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day (128-- lt ofsale. T. LA XV, Stanford. Aiiurnunu, Jim M.ttii, J8S6, my Farm of0Acrts, situated near the Danville pike, In on I will oOer at public sale tn the highest bidder mm 'MSy & WMMm PHARMACISTS, IN-- DKALBBS day-Scho- - J. Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded, m Kirksvillo Fair V ! isg) Dally Dally Ex. Suq.IEi. Bun. 7 25 a in 8 8 40 a in e will hold our annual Fair on the JEWELERS. The Largest Stock of "Watches, Olocks, Jewelry and Silverware Erer bought to this market Price Lover than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on abort notice and Warranted. Camp-Meetin- g 231 anal 24th of July, AT TUB afiSpggg BIAYSVILLi: DRANOII. MoaTU-Bocn- fur-ntshl- Burnam Woods Grove, Where it was held A OST OF PREMIUMS, AC, Write for circulars. lt year. For r. E31IUIY, J.D. WALKEB ckcretary. J. LfiJ "Bine-Gras- s Ko. 51, I KoTSST PrcHUIcHt. lJ7-t- d Route." Shortest and Quickest Bonte from Oer tral Kentucky to all omta florth, East, West and Southwest. f Lre CoTlngton....u " Lexington ' Parla ArrMllleraburg.... ' Carlisle......... Fast Line Between LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI Schcdulo In Effect May IS, 18S6. " " JoliDson MaysTllle . BOUTB-BODH- No.e, BOUTU-BOVH- Mo. 4 Vo. pxa Ko.fl4" Dally Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun No. 61 55 a mill 55 pm 37 a ml 1 39 nm 25 a m 2 28 pm 43 a m 2 CO pm 10 a m 3 15pm 9 05 a m 0 10 pm II SO a m n 0) pm 5 6 7 7 8 9 48 a m 10 30 a m 9 15am 01am 2 00 4 23 5 20 5 41 0 08 8 56 pm pm pm pm pm pm 12 Ex. Bun, Lre. CoTlngton " hniraoutn 11 Dally Ex. Bun 00 pm 13 pm 38 p m 5 15 pm G 10 p m tax-pay- N. SID PJLA.TT, LOUISVILLE. S2ttk. two-hor- DIl. W. B. PENNY, NO. 3 I Ko. 11 8TANF0BDD, XT. b Office on Lancaster street, rext door to Journal office. Ottco hours from 3 to 12 i. 8 w, and t to 5 P. u. Anesthetics administered whoa Lto. I.lTlrjgton.l 10 00 am 21 am Berea accessary. Arr. lUchinoud .... 11 45 a m 7 20 ami..,, Lto. ICowland O ti taken th lr4 11 8 11 ami.... Lancaster tllCUlM bl lllll Clltl t 11 00 a m .... Arr. ltlchmond leme'lle- -, amt ha, Im 1 10 p ml 6 05 a ml jyri ioi lura.TO Iiiiuii universal laiitU Lto. Klchmond HK(u.riol.vl d"I , vi I 2 10 pm 7 00 m ""'MlT.niY UKOSj Arr, Winchester Mjjfl ouuStrlctun. B 1'ini, T.j (320pm 8 CO am, Arr Tarls rihatwen the lavot w. lf Jr3!j Ijrth. Lto. Lexington -- ...I 2 45 p ml 7 25 a ml 2 4) pm tie pub" nd now tacit 8 30 p ml 8 20 a ml 3 40 pm auoii tto leading MO Cl!:il Cs. Lre Paris ' ctnofthefli!om. .itt " Cynthlara Wy HOKTU-EOUMIkt-bjo1184-ly- r, t- - aiWfiLU Dentist, Arr. l'arls- " Lexington Lto. Parla. Arr. Winchester. 11 Richmond.... " Luncaator .... Stanlord Lto. Blchtuoud.-- .. Arr. Berea LlTlngiton . 1 Cynthlaua... 8 10 9 40 10 45 11 12 11 23 am 8 10 pm 2 a m 9 24 pm 3 a m 10 13pn 4 am 10 40 12 SO 10iin II 17 pm fO am 10 41pm pm U pro pm pm Lto MaysTllle..... " Johnson " Carlisle 11 Mtllersburg Arr Paris " Lexington " CtTlngton .... 20 p m 6 05 p m 3 20 p ml .... 5 45am .... 1 60 5 07 6 00 pm 2 00 p m .... Notk. Trains 3 and 4 are dallr between Win522 pm chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains art) dally except Sunday. 7 15 pn Direct coun ctionsare made at Winchester with Chesapeake 4 Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, nuntiugton, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern cit. lea. Past Line; Nos, 3 and I run ria Winchester. Bolld Trains, with Pullman keeping Cars belweoa Cincinnati and ltlchmond, Va , and Winchester and Washington, D, U. Through tickets and baggage checked to any No. 1 destination reached by a railroad, Forfulliartlculars, call on any agent of the company, or B. F. t. MORHU, D. A .FEELEY, Oen.Vass. Agent, TraT. Pass. Agent, CoTlngton. Kt. Loxlnuton. Sir DUNTfKOTON' BccelTer. H.E. Oeneral Ollices. Corlngton, Ky. tiEB P nUFifUAN, U II Oflce-Bo- uth ttji Wl":i 3 23 O W A. U. SMITH. Budlorrt. SoMr Iiruiiititta, (lit. r KaliDomk . IVkt! Arr. CotloKton I 6 00 p m .,''. 11 17-- i ' 30 a ml 0 45 pm BTANFOr.D, KY. sldo Main 8trst, two dtwrr tXan . . .......JUL PnrsNllrous Oxlds Gti adululstersd whso Di3NTIT, u s A HOW TO MAKE BRETZELS. OBlTUARt. After a protracted period of tllnwp, Mrs. Glance nt the Dslntles In Their Most Beltle Pooree Holdam entered the land of Incipient 8tnte. ntrlt. on the mornlnn of May 29, 1880. "Good morning, IlerrGootz," said a young HEADEfG-ROOM- S. THE man to a Bleaeker street baker who holds a Mm. Holdam was the daughter of Dr. and secret. tw W. M. Doores. and was bora October "Good morning." Then, after the visitor profees-e- d HOW HOTEL MEN ARE ANNOYED BY bad explained bk object, the baker re- 3, 1860. At the age of nineteen ehe baptUed by Rev. J. G. religion, was sumed. LOITERING CONFIDENCE MEN. This fln combined stallion will make "Vant to find out tosedlng about brot-rol- s, Livlngalon, united with the Christian tuj stable, netr Shelby City, to ebl Vhy don' yer look in some books! church at this place, nd panoplied with a uob Lincoln county, on the Bhelliy City and Lick turnpike road, at Thieve Who Head Kavrspnpora Close I don' know ven, or vhero, or how doy camo strong, steadfast faith, her life was eirnest, Pftlao Steamers. Low Bates. to be made. Guess Id vas in Cbermany, Scrutiny of the Detective. An Intelll. Vew THs Be Week Between $15 tho Season or $20 to Insure a Oolt. der Hoedt" simple and pure. On December 19, 1882, gnt Class of nurclnra How New, Zell's, Chamber's, and Johnson's dictionDETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Description and redtKree:-8con- d Jewel lis blood wse married to Mr. James F. Holdam, she paper Clippings Lead to Discovery. kXffasee.Ckiebeyfaa. Aleesa.KsrrUvule. S Inchce aries and the American encyclopedias say tall, 17, with black mane anilaction,15 lisndt years old most happily In the OMoaa.tUsd lteoh. Iwi Huron, high, with fine style and lie le 5 nothing about brotaols, Tho Infallible En- with whom she lived I. Clair, Oakland House, Harm dry. There is hardly aa hour In the day that cyclopedia Brlttannica, never beard of tho conjugal relation, end to whom be was a this Hprlog, ws slrrd or Lewis Cunnlnitium'l very Week Dsj Between Jewell, he by the famous old Washington Denwell known thieves or conQdonca men can foreign stuff. German-AmericaNo and affectionate wife till mark. Flrit dam Minnie, br MoDoiild's Hal- DETROIT AND CLEVELAND not bo found diligently poring over news- dictionary contains tho word "pretzel," or most faithful corn: 2d dam br Wells' Cruiader; 3d Usui br Leon ffpeetal flanday Trips dorini July and Aai-ua-t. papers in the reading rooms of the loading "bretzoL" Tho Encyclopedia of Cookery death ieparatd them. It can be truly of Ditt CYoftkeit: 4th dam br a raluabla old avl hotels, Tbli Is one of the greatest nuisances knows nothing about such pastry. Wor- said of them, there was no "little rift withdie mare, pedigree unknown. Mr. II. C. I'arrln's OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Old Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, wasa premium Sates and teunian Tiakete wtu b fcraiafcad with which the hotel proprietors have to cester is ignorant of tho word, and WebCue little daughter, lia animal, from a colt to an aed mare. Second Jew by your Tlakel Agent, or addjtae contend. But it seomed impossible to pre- ster, princo of lexicographers, tells all ho in the lute" times and wore the el hat been ahown twenty-foC. 0. WHITCOMO, Qsn'l Pass. Agent. only Lee, bleseed their union. She la now vent it entirely, as it is exceedingly ditllcult knows In one line: slick tie twenty-twtimes defeated only twice. Detroit & Cleveland Sletm Nav. Go. He made tea shows last season at Daarllle, to discriminate between a gentlemanly-looUo- g two years old too young to realize the loa "Bretzol iscl), a IGer. A kind ot hard-britt0ETROIT, MICH. KlrisTlllo, Illchuiond and Lexington and crook and the guests The hotel more than four years wore Un blue ribbons. cake." that is hers. For detectives are constantly ejecting those unPasturage will be furnished nlarrs at reasonable "The peoplo want to know how thoy aro a gnat sufferer, not rates. Parting with marcs forfeits the Insurance. it elcome tieople from the hotels, and not un- - made, Sir. Goetz." said tho visitor. "A Mrs. Holdam ha been Lien retained oa all colU until srlce charge are frequently, by mistake, prominent men con- bretzel issuch a curious piece of delicatessen; having known a single well day in all that paid. sider themselves Insulted by tho detoctlves such a horny, salt, ehe was stricken Thru weeks bbo I will also stand at thssam atablei the fins j sck twisted it, scrutiny. The reading rooms of the lead- Jawbreaker that they want to know all with paralysle, and the loss of power of ing hotels are really as accessible as public about them " Thlst powder nerer varies. A marTtlolpuilly, libraries. Particularly is this the case at the speech continued without cessation till It had beon quite a task to find the More economical to Insure a llro colt, money due when tht At Fifth Avenue, the Windsor, and the Grand whose shop is down an alley, back baker, Saturday morning, when the heart ceased strength and wholeeomeneet. thin the ordinary klndi, and can not U sold coll li8foaled or uara parted with. Black llawk E. H. BURNSIDE, ot a Central, which havo very largo reading store, and is surrounded by a woodyard. competlton with the multitude of low test .short la a coal black 0 ysariodtbta Spring, It bauds 3 of death was completto act, and the work weight alum or phosphate powders. Boldonly In Inches high. Ua was aired by Caldwell'a Young rooms where the newspapers of the princi- No sounds came from the bakery, but etna. Hotal Bakmo 1'owdk Ca, Black Hawk, hi by Velocipede, lie by Robert son's Thia Old pal cities are kept on tile. ed. Yes, Woll - Known through the dusty, 196 Wall Street, Mew York. windows Bamtxon. he br Imp. Mammoth. Ills dam was Now that tho spacious public reading men were seen moving "God's nngsr touched her and she slept. Hotol was raised by, Maintains its by BUgalra Black Uawk; 2d dam about, and a bright very room of tho Cooper union has been closed light sboua out as Stllee Maxwell snd was an Imported jack. 8he was wholly conclous until tho from au open furnace High Roput&tion, 107-on account of repairs there Is roally no door. Herr GoeU rosted his brood shouldC T. SAXOIDOK. spirit sweetly her Shelby City. Ky. AND public reading rooom where papers are kopt ers against a wood pilo, straightened his last, and calmly and to God who gave It. Bbo leaves to on file oxcept at the Y. H. C. A, While arms out along the pile and Ito Proprietor ia Deterained that said: broken-heart- ed the thieves could easily go there to read the it 8hall be tJeoond to no Country "Tell der people dot I make me one mourn her sad departure a FULL IIROTIIEKS. papers, the peaceful and religious atmos- dousand fife hundred Hotel in the State in its Fare, bretzels efery day dot husband, who has etood by her bed during phere of the place does not agree with them, usos up dreequartors of a barrel of flour; tell roiults from that true contentment which Appointments, or Attenand they profer going to the hotels at the dem dot one man, If ho is quick, can roll her long Illness, nl8ht and day, and adminindicates perfect health of body and mind. tion to Comfort of with a devotion risk of being kicked out Heuco the read- un twist about flfo hundred of dem in ono istered unto her wants You may ixmess It, If jou will purify and their Questi. moth-e- r ing rooms of the hotels aro practically a hour; dot der dough is put drough Also a fond father and itivhjorato jour blood with AVer's Farsa-rarillder jmuuu luuiiRiug piaco, ana a patron ot a kneading machine moro dan a hundred with BetKMe will be cornered to anoTroasthe it K. M. Howard, Newport, K. II., and our loving iters mourn hotel often has to wait hours for these times; unt dot It is inado mit bop yeast, free of char;. Special aeroamodatloae Truly their writes : ' I suffered for years wltluScrof-uloto Commercial Travelers. Tk Bar will men to get through that ho may got a paper. shust like broad. Tell dem dot der "spongo" bruised and bleeding hearts alware aipplled with ta ehelte.t humors. After ulng two bottles of Another objection to these peoplo is that stands flfo hours by der tick of der watch. cup of sorrow Is full. Joit thirteen months eraads of LIaors aid C,ls are. Sired by II ubble'a Denmark, known aa On Time. they mutilate the papers. Ayer's Sarsaparllla, I was Go open dor door und see for yourself." FInt dam Mollis Mount by Cabble'a Lexington, ago, Ella, another lovely daughter, WHAT A DETKOTIVK IIAS TO SAT. 3d dam by Young America, ba by Taylor's Mt Tables, trays, shelves, boards, and Tho intelligent class of burglars and cellar door were covered with unbakedan old laid away in the cold and silent tomb. angar; 3d dam by Mlller'a Denmark, which (Uea brot-col- s. him a doul!4 cnut eflht btjHatJU itock in l$ uvrll; confidence men," said a growing green upon her dotoct-ivThey were set ootu, and as white as KTow. the crass is 4th dam by Jim Ball, ore of the beet rice horse of "road the leading newspapers of the ivory. A small boy gathered them up on grave and the fliwers blossom above her. great hladty; Sth dam a noted Saddle country almost as carefully as the oschaago his lingers, like ring"), and dropped relief. It has entirely restored me to from Irglnla. pedigree unknown mare brought The noted breeder, will them, Even now, after the lapse ol time, sweet editor of a dally newspaper. It U one of like doughnuts, into a kettle full of strong, They will make tba season of IMS a t J. E. Far-rt- make the aon ol 18!d health." James French, Atchison, Ivans., ml Mi ono mile from Stanford on the UustoaTllle at my aubl 2 the most necessary parts of their business boiling lye. A bafcer, In white overalls, memory will return, and I who offer this writes : " To all persons Buffering from pike, Ollt Edxels a dark brown. Id hands high, i south ot lluatontlllr. on in ordor to be successful The crook is in- with apron, and enp, finished with a perfortb IIuatonTlll and Lib. often feel surrounding yoars old this spring and will stand at Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommournful tribute variably on the go erty turnpike. AUlallth in New York, ated ladle like a skimmer for the whito lost mend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted (Menro Is by Jo Klino. me the glowing halo of this loved and in Chicago, and a fow days later dumplings in tho lye kottle. Another $10 (o Insure a Living Colt. No. 3150; trial 2 27 tec baker, in per-- . with a disease of tho Hvcr for nearly two In San Francisco. He also has pals scatone. ever aweet in temper, tinned with a ord 2 40, aud ball brother wooden shovel, 15 Hllrer Kin? will limited the tered all over the country, and in no way near with a barrel of coarse salt at bis stood manner. These two years, when a friend advised mo to take tame rate-- lie la l Tears outto thismarea, at It a w u imviu 4 ifMi.ulile in -- side. s Hprlo, ( D. C. 8. so d can be keep track of them better than by The steaming, wot bretzels were laid In duu 2V v fight, won the this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and Deauuiui oay, io namiss incoes oign also island Mark for ttf.ooo.f Ketlew 2 trial 2 l.rcumu Wakefield, racer. 20: Pint reading the newspapers. Should an im rows on the shovel, wero sprinkled with dear sisters have fought the no jack, una at tame place a has cured me." Mrs. II. 31. Kidder, 41 dam MattlcH by Willi IhT lnrlM l.w and wait Ifitnrv. and are now watching portant robbery take place in Chi- salt, and then, by a dexterous twist of the Imp, (ilenoo.) Id dim Ilatila C br runnii..h.n'. D wight at., Boston, 3Iass., writes : "For cago, naturally the police are on the alert, wrist, were landed on tho brick floor at tho ing for their loved ones "beyond the river Copper BotUhi, 3d dam Mlnerra i)uncM by Imp. "WALKER, several years I have used Ayer'J Sana-parill- a Buisard. Jo hlmo by Ht, Llmo, No. 273, by Alex, and the professional thief could not do bet- Lack ond of an open Dutch oven. At SN to insure colt, money due at weaning time. andet' Aldallab 13, by Ilyedyk a Hanibletonlan where the surges cease to roll." Mrs. iu my family. I never fed safe, ter than give that place a wide birth for He la a blown Jack with white points, & years old No.lb; JoeLlmo'a let dam by Mambrlno Meaaen "Why do you steep them in lye, Mr. een endowment by nature and education the next fow days. "Were he to go there Goetzf" askod the young man, returning to In June. IS hands hUb. II waa sired by Aikln'a ger. Wl 111 D.'a dam by Starlight, by Cherokee, King William and he by King Phillip; his drat by Imp. Planaor. Abdatlah nlento'e colts are ho would almost certainly be arrested on the wool pile. so well fitted her for a life of usefulness dam a Black saUn Jennet, she alrod by 1'hll. kind, fine and large and go d mows, loth In tuspiclou. In order to koop from falling don know dot, do you, ohf Noider and happiness. She wm a genial compan "You Up and he by Kin 1'nllllp; bit second dam by harnei and under lb aaddle I baio one of bis into snares they read the criminal news of don' L My fadder made 'em like dot Ho Mor Castle The Mor Cattle Jack lea large grey. that with very llttl handling trotted a ( In 49 lariy the various cltios. These thieves, as a gen- is dead, unt I brotnised nefer to give Id ion for both old and youog-peculsec, also another that waa aa promising, but ow. f J. Ji. Of J. U. FAttUMti. Ins to an accident has nerer bwn trained Ab eral rule, aro organized. If goods of great away." New York Star. adapting herself to whatever society ehe without It. As a liver medicine and dallah (Jlenco, although natural sad J I tor, value aro stolen here invariably thoy will untimely death is general purifier of tho blood, It has uo was thrown in; and her trotted full mil on a 10 sec. slow track In 2 13, 1880 18H0. be sent to another city for disposal. The Guatemala's Cllmnte und equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, "Wlnterpock, with six weka or two months' handling, tltncl I'rniluctlon. deeply deplored by all who knew her, with thief may bo arrested after shipment, and by II Pope, oflloyle county. Mr. P. aaya be could But Va., writes: "My youngest child, two The rido from Esqulnt'a to Guatemala is whom she was a general favorite show a 2 30 talt any time, ("all and a my stork his accomplice w 111 have no other means of year of age, was taken with Bowel Combefore bre Hog rlaowher, and aa? money, for h worth going a long way to see ami enjoy. Looping poitcd except through the mails. moat of all will she be missed by the dear poaeeatr aom of the Uat running aud trotting plaint, which wo could not cure. Wo tried 'Some valuable diamonds were recently The air is that of spring indeed this table eroc In existence. II Is a was so tenderly brown, many remedies, but ho continued to grow land of Guatemala has only ernal heats. nnM at home, where she stolen in Buffalo. A man was arrested on 13K hands high (gelJlng measure) superior bone Noithor frost or scorching sun ever come loved and waited upon. But now her sui worse, and Anally became so reduced hi end muscle aid aianda for tie small sum of suspicion, tut none of the stolen property was found in his possession. It was belioved here ono long May day lasts tho year ferings are ended and she dwells In that flesh that we could only mo e him upon $10 the Beison or $12 50 to Insure. that thoy wore Eont to Philadelphia to bo round. This is called the summer season, fadea pillow. It was suggested by ono of tho The sire of trjttert, roadsters and more fancy and I will also stand my nnejtck, becauso it Is rainless, but v inter docs not blissful realm where midst bowers, of any other ittlllon first tlasa Kiatero disposed of by a pal, but there was no way doctors that Scrofula might be the cause In Kentucky, will hone than twun of I5J8 four make the diminish the temperature, only it brings less beauty, angel c choristers ever sweep of positively tracing thtm. These suspiot the trouble. We procured a bottle of nillm west of Stanfonl, directly on tbe Knob Lick with it a wilder profusion of odors, flowers cions were published in the Buffalo newspatheir golden harps. On Sunday afternoon pike, and will, on account of tbo depression oier At ?() to Insure. He la 15 hand 3 pers as If they were really true. Then the and grcon pastures and fields. Even now e?ery thing, be perml ted t) aerre marcs at the wltn One bin and aa much style as Inchr high, same R- Noel, of Lancaster, (the a horse 11 extremely low price ol police of Philadelphia were notified by the one sees springs bursting from the rocks and Rev. R. la a and a OraUclau breeder and brooks and rushing down to lakes and rivers. who married her) delivered the funeral diswlllsfrrajennvte at I?0. Haroren three of his Buffalo autoritiea to watch for the accomTho supply ot water for all possible needs $15 the Season or 8- -0 to Insure. colts from Jenoets tbat do honor to any jack plice. Detectives watclted4bptpubllc reading-at the house in a most appropriate and Mart parted with renders IK season due. of tho house, field and manufactory is course rooms of the Quaker tjlty, and at last touching manner. Her remains were laid (Sraai furnished at I per month Due car taken The who aare traded irarea brrd Irelaeajon are ample. spotted a young man who seemed to display reminded that my money la due and exsreted. to pierent arcldonta or escapts, but will not b Irrigation goes on in many places, away in thecemetery on the hill, and the long Ore taken to prevent acxldtnta, but not rtepon I an eagerness for the Buffalo papers. They should any occur. doubling the products of the soil and fur- Hue of relatlvesand friends wbofollowed her Nobby Is a Jet black alble should any occur. commenced giving It to him. It surely Pedigree and Description and watched to see what he road, and saw that ' two white fet, li R.N. VOIJ'ELL nishing every day in tho year fresh vegetaho fairly devoured the account of tho diaworked wonders, for, in a short tlmo, ho itar In 1firehrad andfine mane and tall, hands high, tn the crave iDoke of the love and esteem good, boay hands Inch blgh, mond robbery. He cut the article out of bles for tho market The number and was completely cured." leg. beautiful head and neck, excellent shoulder, flowers that deck the newspaper, and, slipping it into his variety of these products under the influnco entertained for her. The back and loin In tact, faultless lu iimunlry; aud ! Sold by all Drugglits. wUlruarantee there doesn't lire a Bullion pos- pocket, stole from tho room. From this of daily irrigation streams almost bowilJor ed her tomb were a fitting tribute to her sSM.aof abetter dispoaltlou, and tbte qualillta the detectives were convinced that tho man ono unused them. The strange fruits and n,.n l'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Battle loved rosea and virtue. he Inrarlably Imparts to bis progeny, hobliy la was implicated. They arrested him, and vegetables seen daily In the great market of and sold Will inak tb season of theslteol of Nobby, Jr , recoid Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, will bloom in mute adfrom papers found in bis nossossion. the the city puzzle mo, though time and again I flowers, and they for $5,000, when bandied vary little. On vt bla ISSSat my Livery Stable blushing beauty Mass., TJ. S. A. coltr trotted last reason, with little training. In In Stanford, Ky., and will diamonds were recovered and both men have had tho names given and have as often miration and in all their permitted io sr a 3 M. another In 2 si and on In 2 St, and waa sold I convicted. It Is a common thing when hasted them. aguacate llmlttd number otma eiat over the sacred and hallowed spot where for 17,203. Ills eucklinct wor lb ilea at in There is the alligator pear a thieves aro arrested to And newspaper HnstonTlllaand DamHf Fairs OTer rings of twen"sleeps the sleep that knows no colli. Nobby was air! by Gar 915 tho SeRMun, ty and twenty-fou- r in their possession which lead to the fruit of the size of a f mall, round cantelope, she now with a dark bluo skin; in it3 center a nut or waking." Bo husband, father, mother and rard unier, in aire oi nam viae, 3 zs't; discovery of Important robberies." Now lied Crook, 23)i; bill Arp, Due when service are -seed and between tho nut and rind a soft Bisters, I would say, each and all of you ren. York Star. 231; (JarrarlChtel by Uambrlno CUM, aire ef uerea, to losur a substance something of tho consistency of Lady Thorn, 1 18: Woodford Mambrlno.J 2lK. mam In rixu due when the fact la dark hour of grief, the foal, nr Arthur's Idfe ht the White ITouso. the yolk of a hard boiled egg. I have never have, In thie, your and others in tb 2 0 list, l'lrat dam by Frank; 99X U Insure living call, due when the loving friends colt is 2d dam by Aratus; 3d dam br Hysdyk'a llamble-tonlaoale.1. Danville Wilkes la beautiful maboguny-baArthur always had a basket of fresh flow- fancied It until yesterday, wbon the waiter heartfelt sympathy of m&ny 4th dam by DiotntM. Nobby' dam it standing 15J h.nda blsh.of Kre.t trotting ac ers on his dos.i before him, and he often asked me to try it in the soup. From liking May God givtt to your broken hearts grace thoroughbred mare, said to be by Imp. l'ranby. ,n 'ioi luariM in wore a bouquet in bis buttonhole. He was it there I learned to appreciate why it is Tartlng with mate eball forfeit the Insurance il,on..?.dm??,PUM,.h,,m,,, V, !r.llh 'llhandllngat 4 years, anj has already to say "Thy will be done." held in such esteem among the people here In all casei and a Hen retained on all colls until distinguished b Imself at a brreder a hard worker while be was hero at Wash11 "Calm oa the bosom of thy Uod, serrlee charge lipalJ. Fur further information, terpart of Alcyone, but a larrer bora la Is a counington, though he rose late. His breakfast In any form. Muskmslous and watermelons every C. I.. VltfUt, call on or address Dear Btttle, rest thee now; and hla gait and blood tine also similar and aro very plenty, aud I do not now think of Is a jncillclnal preparation, ond, at would usually bo taken about 10 o'clock .It Ot W. M. Mc.Vrax,: la the earn remove from th freat den. ivilkx E'en while with us thy looUUps tied, It gonerally consisted of a cup of coffee a single vegetable of the north that Is not Manfar.1. Ky. and March. 18M. tho samc,tlnic,an clegautnntlclcauly toilet that PhllThompion is. Hla first and on!y2.year Ills seal was on thy brow. and a role with an egg. Immediately on found here, wbilo there are many we novor pld that ha been handled itSalll Vagen, named article. Its action upon the scalp Is health even read about. The vegetable gardens Ho In honorofoneofthefaliettand brightest Jewels rising from Led bo took a cold both and a Lone is the home, and ead the hours, ful. It nourishes tho glands which support ot Indiana, .un ia m worthr mmmki ol m.l shave. I think ho hal a man to shave him. around the city as well as out in the Itiood, as the hat showed a gait clot to 2 40. bain Whence tby dear smile is gone; tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to After his llttlo snack of breakfast he went country, and the women, who seem to be the borne than oars, nanuieu uy a colored boy. Like ber tire, she baa a Hut obi a brighter thick, soft, and vigorous. Itrortorcs level head and a arood nit. into his oflk-- and received visitors and dic- gardeners and huskers, bring their products now thine own." This fin stallion will In Beavsn, Battle, la Danville Wllkej it by Lyl.'t Hi. Wilkes, Jr; tho color of youth to locks which have make thr aaou ot Wi at tated replies to bis mail till 2 o'clock, when in great loads on their heads and backs, A true friend, Maooie E daraotDanvlllyWllkeabv Skedaddle; skedaddle my p ace, tUrte miles Irota ho hod luncheon. becotno faded with ago or ilUcasc; and After luncheon be would though this part of the work is oftin sharod by Oliver; ltdmof hp,1i,mi. h on tie Stanford Stanford take a smoke, and he always uod the best by the men. Guatemala Cor. Kansas City Crab Orchard, Ry , May 31, 1SS0 Trumpeter; 3d dam Aratua: 4lhdam Imn'. Spread relieves aud cures Itching, caused by A Danville pike, at of cigars. He sometimes smoked at his Journal. W1H Heir, stb rcllpt, an.1 can VSHe i ,ae VSk fcagle; 8tbUa-humors of tho scalp. Dr. George Gray, still trace blm further Into th thoroughbred fain. Bucken's Arnica Salre work, and during a part of his White House $15 to Tnsnra a Mare nio Nashua, N. IT., writes: "It gives .rnJf re""arv. Kora, tb dam o Danville A Model English Fire Department. llfo ho would stop work at i o'clock and take The beat Balve in the world lor Cuts. Brulaos in Foal. .Hl keV1fl'J'lauiMeadleyl.y Waxy,2ddam Uhel. Jt?, pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects The of Norwich is certainly Sores. Salt Bheum, Ferer Bores, Tetter, Chapped a horseback ride. He rode good hor&os and lon'.oldTel.2rapb,3l dam Frank. Waxy, tb r s re of Medley by Borthum, 1st dam by Stony produced by Hall's Vcgctablo Sicilian Hair He la a black, foaled In not in a conditio which Capt Shaw would Handi, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, rode them fast, and would get back iu timo bauds high, dam Tom pronounce ettlcient A short time ago a and posltlrely cures Piles, or no pay req ulred. I, to dress for dinner at about 7. Itcncwcr, as observed by mo In very many 18S2,slxtoenHambletnnian; by William Wilch, by Petrel, 2drurnlahet Hal. uraas Ryadyke's 1st dam Rate by dill's at 12 per month. Due care His dinners were irregular, sometimes lologram was received one afternoon an- li guaranteed to give perfect aatiifactlon, or money cases.' It will cuhtainly ncsTonn Vermont: 2d dam Dlaek Swan br York. .en 1 I'.r;nt accident, but will not lit rwton later than this. They would lost, accord- nouncing a lire at a country house eight refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by THC HAIK TO ITS ORIGINAL COLO It. It ahlre, by Imp, Yorkshire; M dam Little Emily by tlble should any occur. wagner, oy imp. wagner; tin oam r.milr npeed f A. T. NUXNEir.EY, Stanford. ing to his company, for an hour or more, miles oir, and asking for immodiate assist- Penny 4 McAllaUr. cleanses tho head of dandruff, and leaves by Imp. Leviathan; Bib dam br Packolei; Cthdam and it was not an unusual thing for blm to ance. The brigade were quickly mustered Phwnlx; the hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." P. T. bvOiandrlrer: 7th dsm br Mart-lanMat Can Be Done f sit till 13 o'clock and later at the table. At at tho Guildhall, but more than au hour 8th dam by Hannibal: 9th dam by Silky, by Sjtidhclu, 1010 Spruce at., Philadelphia, el. (See Etnllv Speed in Brine's tud Book, fow. these times he bad, of course, guests, and the elapsed before the englno left, as there were Vol. By trying again and keeping up courage many Pa., writes: "After unavalllngly trying 1, page fill Vermont Himbletonlan l a rtry dinner was very line. It is said that he sel no horses, and when at last it did start it things aeemlngly impossible may bo attained. i, with fin style and bom. iiood action a number of preparation to prevent my aired William Welch, with private record of 23, dom gave a dinner which did not cost at was drawn by four Jaded the Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver The Combined Sttlllon least ( a plate. He was a good Judge of spectacle exciting the utmost derision in tho Complaint have been cured by Electric Bitters, hair from fjlllng out, and, realizing that I Vermont bains a grand eon of Itvedrka'a Ilaubl. tonlan, tb grandcrt aire llelng, and dill's Ver. wines and liked the best, and eellom ate a city, as tbo brutes, not understanding their after eTery thing else had been tried In vain. So was fast becoming bald, I tried, as a last mont combined, backed by thorough breed, ought dinner without tbGm. There were flowers position, kept plunging and rearing, and don't think there la no cure for you, but try Elec resort, Hall's Ilnlr lteuewer. I have used to make a fine stock horse. Foaled Mar 8, 1880. It dark blown with came to a dead halt, until an always beside his dinner plates, and for each the englno f will also tric Bitters. There Is no medloloe so safe, so pure only four bottlos of .tho Ilenowornud nm Imp. Vlctaw.atand at tbe tame place a fin Jack, tUr, 18 hand; high; extra heavy mane and tmtll man who sat down at his tablo there was a obliging trooper of the Fourth hussars was and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters tall eymmetrlcal In form, with tu per lor aiyl. botb In l perfectly satisfied that It Is Uus best prepaTIIOH. MlOnHjSBIrK. buttonhole bouquet, and for each lady a good enough to mount one of tho leaders, will cure Dyepepsls, Dlsbetes and all Diseases of harnew and under saddle. II was aired by the ration In tbo market for chocking tho bouquet de corsage. 'Carp'' iu Cleveland and ho succeided in getting them off; but the Kldaeyi. Invaluable Id affectlona of Stomach noble Sumpter Denmark, he by Qoddard's he by Ualoas A Cromwell's Denmark. Tie they did not arrive at the scone of the lire Loader. falling out of Lair, Invigorating tho hair by the the race bora indUrer, audoTeroomeall Urinary Difficulties. Denmark, he by Im. till the flames had been extinguished bv the roots, nnd promoting a new growth." ported Uedgeferd. Largs Bottles only 60 scats a bottla at Penny A Itt dam by Mlller'a Den Kiil-IUI-i An Tramp's Family. zealous efforts of. the poopleof tho neighbormark, he br the race hurt Denmark, bit dam by McAllstsr. A "little "Primrose League" newspaper ing village. In a city like Norwich one is Florlsel. Zddau bv Moriii?oioert' im..r aL by old Drennon. Ilroedeia will take cotlce that publlshol in Dumfries tells us of a tramp of justified in looking for a thoroughly ExciUimntin Texas. Prlace poetesee more Denmark blood thin any and tho sooner tho that place who, with his wife and family, otberetaliloo now In th ttud, which all flrlt Great exclUmtnt has bees caused In the viciniarrangements are altered ty of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable recorery of have boen subsisting for many weoks on a present slip-sloclaat horsemen will scknotrledga baa produced FOU THE s mora saddle and cumi.ini .tL.i. .Zvl by the local authorities the better it will be Mr. J. K. Owley.'who was so helpless he could not baby not as cannibals, but as Christians, any other known In JC.ntueky. Has proven him' in a way that the father explained as folfor the Inhabitants London Truth. everybody said he !' an excellent breeder. turn la lows: "We just gets 'itn christened at aU tho Tbe saddle aiallloo, wasdylof o7Cesaaaastea. AAjbd.boUle ot Dr. towns we pauses, and then you sen the parMineral Waters Made to Order. King's Nsw JJUcovwy was siat falra. 'rinding re commends.ltself to all who lutvo occasion son ' bof course makes bus comfortable Ninety per cent of the mineral waters Dr JDENMA.RK. to use n dyo for tbo beard or mustache. with summat to eat and money for beds. sold here, ttnd I 'presume in all largo cltios, del, he bought a largo bottla and a box of had KIox'sMewLlfePllUrand by the .time he Foaled May 1. 1879. Ia a rich raahogony bay, IHU On days awful bud we 'ad to do 'Ira twice, It will change gray, faded, or .sandy Is manufactured stuff, and no matter what two boxes ctHlU and two boxes ol thoDla-corsr- y blgh. heavy wan and tail. Ta atrlctlr Hni handa but generally one chrlstonln' a day does tho name applied to ItXtsslngen, Vlcby, tako whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black, and fancy, Is botb a natural and pleasant saddler ihevaa wall and iaj gained In flash thirty-hus." Loland's London Letter. Blue LL'k, Seltzer, or anything else is breedt uncy, and a more uniform breeder as dslrcd. Tho colon produced are y cad bottles ot this Great DIkot-rdlr can not be found; baa never produced ofalnz. nude by the barrelf ul from clear water six Au pounds. Trial free at Penny A McAllister's. a natural and lilting. It caunot bo washed Rome Queer I'ostomce lu Tonnessee. Consumption but what hat shown saddle acttot nuural. with common salt and the usual carbonate ly, Blvlmilheblue.il off, contains no destructive Ingredients, colt every year In th We used to have some very queer and sulphate.. 1 do not say that it b not Positive Cure for Piles. Js oheap, safe, yCMivcnlent to use, nnd of ported Norman stallion, will teak the die ring froaittu oldest to the In our state," said a Tennessee as good as the original water, but people 1U U. r,,h;u "7' on both aides hu Vray, at soasoioriSfiOat th stable or J. M To the peoplo ol this county we would say that effectual. gentleman whom I met on 'change the other have a pre.udloo against anything in that th. third generation, is backed up by thorough-bredso-to n Cottage, ' y, miles from Stanford1 at "1dX Marohial's both sides, msklng hlmyery glren the day. actlreand line which U not natural Thoy sell Sara- wo bare been Olntment-emphatlc- Agency of Dr.(guaranteed riterAnED hy tprlghtly In gait, in form and finish allr saod. "Seron-U- p Is there, I believer I said. toga water in bottles, each holding two Italian Pile llioNetuon, el. Vs; aired by Sumpter Denmark, tho tire of Fifteen It. T. UAXL& CO., .Nashua, K.E., U. S. A. It used to be," was the answer, "but It glasses, at A5 por bottle, but I guess I am to cure or money refunded Internal, .External, Prlnc. .nmark.(a. glren above), lit dam by a dark gray, .Sold by all dealers. In medicines. Or $25 to Insure Colt. Cbampo la has been changed. We have gone into the the only man In tha city who keeps it on Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 80o a bx. i." v if" "' awuuowr dam by 17)4 banda high, weight 1,610 pounds and ie six Br Albert (thnroughbred) 2daoir wi in, he bv Vlrelnlui reform business, and given other names to draught at A cents a thus. I ship it in kegi For aale by Penny A McAllaUr, Druggists. year old th2Vth olMay next. Uelaof no ttyU taam or vtrg oiua by Traobv, thorouihbreTllT hi Damnpbool, Damnit, direct from Saratoga. There Is a good deal and action, good tn the loins, well ribbed and Ly th celebrated Mason's Vhin: d -, . xkiJ Daddy's Creek, BEMEDY- -a poittlTS SHILOII'8 CATABBH " large body, with well ahaped auouldora; bead an jnare. Busted, Drawback, while the latest to go is af mineral water 'drank in St Louis. I Diphtheria for neck well sot on. II Waafmpitled by U, W. Stub, Th above hortet will make tbe Angeltoa This last ias beon discontinued guess nearly all druggists sell more ot it cure aale Catarrh, Bourne's. and Canker Mouth of ISSS at bl field A Co oi uinomineinn, ui.,rieoi 14, issz ray farm. 3 ml e from Uustonr U, L. For at M. altogether. Cincinnati Times-Star- . than they do of soda water; at loturK, that VUA & irAKEFlLD lai'a atatlon, and will Im prinlttej near Carnen. llMf "CHICHESUlEfl'S cfvr.bJtSH.' at MO tb aoason or tttii Jtn t i.?.""! V?.'? is my tperfeuco. St Louis SLEEPLESS HIO UTS, mad miserable by that g colt Marea eotuu.ltted io A Utah mint, the largest terrible cough. Sblloh's Cure li lbs remedy for interview. .wliirKelTe my iperton.l aiuSwn uiWu!. mine in tho world, last year yielded you. For sal at If. L. Bourne's. Itilahedatraiaonablwratet.ti be paid for before $2,313,337. (iuiBM)t) . If ptntit.f. th.remo.Jolmare.. No re.WnVlbllItv lor ff v ml CA.TARKli;CtTRED,haliU and aweet Lreulh Wlir WfLL YOU cousb when Sblloh's Cur as cheap as the very ihtapost. Of all kinds for tali ln.unceMe P,rt,n " "arw lorWU the In China the fee for medical attendance eecured by Sblloh's Catarrh Itemed, Price SOe will git immediate rellair Price 10c, 0c andtt' Hold Please give me a call before buying elsewhere. br Ilrurelt rvery where- - Ak r 'lfcl.hr-ter'- a 1132m r. ran!. y M I. l!ure. ,f. RTEELE CA Nasal lojcctor free. For tali by M f, Bourne is from 5 to 10 centi a visit izi-rvM7:y ti.i(Ui(n LunlW-- i'ci.arral l'iiU 1...H. ,u niTXTEft. H ai-Ttheses-onoflS&J- st ur o e, O MACKINAC. Summer Tours. po-fo- re 'osVlw n le POWDEI hard-shelle- Absolutely Pure. MYERS HOTEL, BLACK HAWK! flour-covere- d STANFORD. KY. Propr and Still tf Happiness a. SSISsi, By ui Gilt Edge &Silver King well-know- n e, Found Abdallali Gloncoo! s', long-handle- d .,i . 40-- .. STEVE Hoi-dam- 's Af Home 110-t- - NoDifvfi $? Mcelroy, Sarsaparilla AVER'S Danville Wilkes i', clip-pin- USE trAiTia HALL CHAIR 25Z. ct n; y, EENEWEE. bo-co- Vermont Hambletonian. e M.t,w.-M.i.r- a n 110-t- STALLI0NSP0R 1886. liold-iroln- s, Princo Bcuuijirk! JOS-t- Dan-mar- k, CHAIYIPO! Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS flrtt-cLu- bed'ie)laadj WAIXA.CE act i d- Olobe-Domo-cr- sUver-produo-In- lEaiavAJNlTP. u