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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885122501 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 1885 $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. v JJ - ( t a NO. BUItGBON 85, Semi VOL. XIV. Stmi-?HtehIgntmorou- 0 Weill mtefiif STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1885. mtfturi Xontlt. IIM-Iyr- l' month lunar and are rery great occaHUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. OARRARO COUNTT DEPARTMENT. CANDIDATES. . nvvvxxK. ! sions renpectWely, The Hindoos and MoT. A. Blaine and wife, of 8impson STANFORD, K. Lancaster. hammedan hate each other very heartily county, and Offlee South side Main Strut, two doors aeevs Marshall Powell, of Missouri, W. B. WITHEBS lh Myers HoUll x ! yn religiously after the manner of mete are here looking well and niul Rev. W. 8. Grinsread, of Chaplin, Ky., I'ublltheil Purs Nitrous Oxids Gas adialaUUred whs reThe happy. -- AT religionists the world orer, and their pro quired, was in town Tuesday visiting friends. Mr. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action j 9 Inches of snow in the ortbe Democracy. 83 I'JSIt ANNUM, CrfVHII. ceMlont on theea great occasions, are the latter left"Wide Awake 8ocIety," West. , The of Hus Morris Davis, of Cincinnati, is also here. DR. W. B. JPHNITY-It li undirttood If we credit tint 11.60 'Ill be ex- - fruitful source of bloody "rows," even tonyllle, request that you will kindly say The extensive preparations being made E. D. KENNEDY ptcted toil demsndtd. when "limes and seasons" do not clwh as by the ladies of the Baptist church for a STANFORD, KENTUCKY. that they propose to sell at auction on Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action el UiniLL unhappily they did this year. The au- Monday night, Dec. 28th. a choice Offlee on Lancaster street, next door to Iht-rio- b lot of Caristmis ladder and supper at the City the Democratic puty, Jouair-- b oSce. OSes hours from S to 12 a. W. P. WALTON. thoritiesIndia orer-w- ere not , a - little Old Bichelors assorted. Any Udy has Hall this (Thursday) evening indicated it M.and 1 to 5 r. at. Anesthetics administered when .) anxious about this, Jul month; bat, by ju- the privilege of buying as would be a mapnificent affiir. GEORGE S. CARPENTER necesaarr. miny at ehe dicious IreataentaBd an orerwhelming pleases, but will be required Mr. H. T, Noel, who moved from this Is a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to the acto remove her Christmas ,60NNET. tios of the Democracy. police arrangementVhe dreaded period wss purchases at once. Admittance fire cents. to Boyle county a year ago, has bought of tided orer In safety, and things are 'again A salvo of mltnlc artillery announced Mrs. W. D. IJopper her residence on LexJ. 91. JOnNSON Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather In the settltd ttatu quo ante. " at midnight Saturday night that the Christ- - ington street for $2,100. He will remove Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green to this place the first of the year. Hut rictione were unavoidable.! and Idas celebration Wm inaugurated. The J set to the action ol the Democracy. Lumber in the Eougjh, including Mr. Malcolm Aldridge acd Miss Artie is a certain soreness left, especially toy trade is perceptibly growing every year there Laths and Shingles. among tho Musaultuanf; notably in this and bids fair noon to be the leading busi- Ilaselden were married Tuesday morning C, BARNETT WILLIS at the residence of Mr. T. T. Pollard, Rev. HUncity, where (hey sullenly refuted to proces-atoni- ness of the country. As to feasting, If T..r,n,lM,..i,v..h. m,. f. iu., r iintn ZKor $ convenience of our customer. In uco.my wo nar larrangea wun T; ..i7trt :ir.V.tLTiAfVrnlV: w??.0 at all, and are now'grum because vigorous appetite are an indication of Stephenson officiating. The newly wedded cratle party. to keep on It. fVcitre.n where theyhis yards an assortment of our Lumber, can got It as cheap aa tbey haTe cheated themselves ouWM u grace, we can boast of one of the most pi- pair left immediately for a trip to Cincin fromusdtrect. He will abn make estimates for any bills not on bands, whloh we will fill on abort jolly holiday pouting like spoiled chil- ous communities in the civlvilizid world. nati. IV. T. SAUNDERS notice. SIEIi VIS Jb DA VtS. Mr. W, O. Sweeney, a promineut dren over their own folly. More and more The supper and Biziar on Thursday Lily, Kyi Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol I wonder at the gentle, paternal govern- night were both largely attended and both young merchant of thi place, was married the Democracy. Tuesday at Jefferaonville, to Miss ment exercised over this huge empire; and satisfactorily rcnumerative. The company last Blanche Clementson, of Louisville. The T. M. PENNINGTON how the sway is one more nod more purely was made up almost entirely of our homo happy couplo have returned here and ore for the good of the subjugated people. population. Messrs. Caraon and Wilhlte Is a Candidate for County Clerk ol Lincoln, sub at Mr. J. 0. Sweeney's. ect to tho action of the Democracy. There Is nothing like it In the world. It is of Stanford, Mr. ond Mrs. Alex. Tribble, Mr. Erasmus Dunn is the hopplest THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a paternal government. jlt is Dr. KcCiure and Mrs. Frank Shlpman, of more than JUDGE TV. O. HANSFORD HEN tho high Son of maternal almost; as if the motherly heart Junction City, and Mr. and Mrs. Moreland, man in there parts, and he has a right good And tba Louisville Clod would com to reason to be joyous. Wednesday evening Is a Candidate for County '.Attorney ol Lincoln, s of the good had mode lis of Danville, showed their appreciation of earth bis wife presented him with handsome subject to the action of the Democracy. To overcome this rut- - gentleness aud goodness felt In jjvca the good eatlog by being on hand. The hightwine a boy and girl and Mr. D. is quite thor of Its woo, firm deems of imperial rule. None but est praise la nccorded to the constructors JUDGE T. W. VARNON One year for only $3 two papers for little And deal to kill lt fit Israel' the only race on earth with a na- and distributors of the entertainment. proud of his Christmas gifts. more than the price or one. i to tnsolSce of Counand fatal blow, G. T. iTigginbotham, as trustee of Is a Candidate for to ty Judge, subject the action of the Democracy. lie sought uot robo of tional conscience could present such a VSfl was not there, hence the dignity of Leavel & Palmer, disposed By paying us S3 you will receive for one year of the stock atnw nor throno or spectacle to the gaze of the nations, And the aflair lacked an able supporter. l, your home paper wltb tha W. the of hardware, Ac., on lost Wednesday. Mr. representative newspaper of the South, democratvrealtli. D. SWOPE the odd thing about It is, that this; benefl- - L. Williams was there, and yet strange ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the bat, Hut rie to tnaubood from a iicoaatit btrth. to tell more than the traditional twelve John M. iligginbotham was the purchaser Is a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject brightest and ablest lamlly weekly in the United cent rule is mixeJ with the individual States. Those who desire to examine a sample and the price paid was $1,800. Mr. II. to.the action of tho Democracy. Tba WW l IaM hero cattlu bloat and loir; copy ofth Courier-Journcan do io at this office. that nearly everywhere marks baskets full of fragments were taken up. 1'IcamU it tbi traclou Lonl o( Ileiwcn ao will continue the bueineej at the same stand. To phWR tho world w Ith Heaven's holy and mars tho personal treatment accorded GEORGE B. COOPER The Lancaster postoffice has taken un Tfit New Orleans Exposition. mirth., to the natives. This Is now, in theiuain, wbowoTo flrt gladly VIiom. earn tint The second great World's Exposition at to itself a count! fled look since Col. Ander Is a candidate for Couaty Clerk of Lincoln, subjeat what it has always been', haughty and un L OHIO HY. , 'u Now Orleans opened November 10th and son moved out the boxes, &a. It la only to the action of the emocratlc party. civil, toadegtet; though kicks and cuff Tho token of n cod within our racol temporary, however, as Mr. Peacock has and do not nor. B3 centrally accompany abu- - will close March 31st. Tbiuy arc not monarch, iroud In JAMES P. BAILEY Kentuckj'H Route East Facilities for reaching the Crescent City en route from Chicago a handsome lot of r fu(V. tlve word, as of yore. Thi result in; that a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the acIs Hut bejbcrrU, ItatculnR to tho harmony were never so good ae at prewnl; two daily furniture, including 200 call and 40 lock- tion ol the democratic party. elseJohn Hull is personally hated, here'ns Of aufft I votcci. Ho tnuA huinblo l linea of fast expreu trains are run by the boxes. Wliosti Onl v ill rUn on 1 hia Ioto embrnco. Washington, Philadelphia and where, though admired and trutted Mr. F. M. Stegar, keeper of the Ohio A Muui-slppibetween Cincinnati n ,, HUM Aim viuyaui, T. D. NEWLAND Now York. It is a curioos anomaly; a and New work-houswas nailing a picket on hia 1C Orleans, via Odin and Cairo. The Is a candidate forSherlft of Lincoln county, sub- character study worth investigation. The The only line running Day express from Cincinnati has Parlor fence Wednesday evening, when hia pistol Ia, it. ,tiA antlnnnftltn il.mivr.,, The English race is Juttly unpopular. TULLMAX NEW SLEEPING CARS Cars to OJIn and Sleeper for the remainder felt from hia pocket and as discharged, Hagllsh race is ju'tly admired.1 Anglo' TV. DATVSON AND of the journey, arriving in New Orleans the ball striking him in the left hand, Saxons are personally disliked. "Xnglo next night. The night express has a mag- causing a very painful though not nece6-earil- y la a candidate for Jailer o Lincoln County, subSOLID Saxona are Nationally trusted." It has ject tothe action of the Democratic patty. dangerous wound. nificent line of Pullman Sleeping Can1, been so ever since their great progenitor Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky., The Women's Christian Temperance from Cincinnati to New Orleans without to Washington City, Abraham' lime. The instincts of an imSAM. M. OTVENS Union, together with the Sons of Temper change, arriving second morning. Connecting In the same depot with Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sub perial race have come down from him to Round trip tickets to New Orleans good ance, will give an entertainment at the City ject to tho action of tbe Democratic party. Past Trains for Now York. whom the promise first came. The Vlrlct forty days, at low excursion rates are now Hall the evening of Dae 31st. The proThe Direct Route to they inherit from of character probity D. II. CARPENTER, Lyncbburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia ou sale at office of the Ohio & Mississippi gramme will consist of songs, recitations and North Carolina Points. generation to generation, despite all obscuas County Attorney, Drill, after which refresh- Is a Candidate for R'y in Cinalnnati and at offices of connect- and a For tickets and further Information, nnplv to subject to the action of the Democratic party. God Is Lovoaud Noth- rations and hindrances, came straight from ing lines, ?ia this road. For 'Praise the Lord. your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Monadditional ments will be eerved. It promises to be an roe, Dlr. Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington him also. The nations that sought his aling Else." information address C. W. Paris, Central elegant affair. Ky. JAMES TV. ALCORN confided in his word of honor liance and C. W. SMITH, II. XV. FCLLEB, Passenger Agent O. & M. R'y, Cincinnati, One horse power is the force expended in Qon'l Manager, StuiueirANrsSK, Ixdia, Not. 17, '85. Oen'l Paas'r Ag't. did not love him, though bis "fear was on Is a Cadidate for Circuit Judge In the tbls DisRichmond. Virginia. raising 33,000 pounds one foot in one min- trict, tuuject to the action of the Democracy. O. Dcah iNTr.Hion. Oae can not go far in them." Christmas comes to us radiant with love. ute. This is the basis of measurement of this part of India without coming acrosft y these '200 millions of India place full of the tragic Interest that at- personally detest their conqueror; while It isfnll of the presence of joy. It hold the capacity of steam engines as originally R. C. TVARREN taches to so many .poll where the Sepoy yet they are happy and (strange to say) out to mankind the moat blessed of hopes. settled by Jamea Watt. When an engine Is a Candidate for to tho office of ComIs said to be of a certain horae power it is monwealth's Attorney ot the 8th Judicial Dismutiny of "7 raged. contented under their equitable away. It is a rock for the feet of the weary pilsubject to tbe action of tho Democracy. trict, "St. Mary Via the sweet name of the The late outburst of loyalty from one end grim, whereon he may stand, and in the not meant that that is its limit, but that OHIO MISSISSIPPI II. W the horae power announced for it Is Inside litt'e station church here. It faces a broad of India to the ether when Rurtia seemed memories of the day, behold the benefiO. II. TVADDLE maldan (plain) beyond which the civil and knocking at the back door, with no obscure cence which promises the universal broth- the safe limit of speed for said engine. It Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of and military club rooms and the lawn tennis design of entering nolens tdem was unmis- erhood of man. The star that shone from may, by running under a higher pressure the 8th Judicial DIMrlct, subject to the action of The direct through linefrom old established route of steam than that on which the measure- ine veinocrauc party. grounds stand. When the mutiny broke takably genuine. None were more astound Bethlehem is becoming the beacon light out the hclple! residents of this station ed by it than the English themselvce. Rus of the world; farther and farther its ment was based, be made to perform more Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis JOHN S. VAN TVINKXE and all points in the West. suffer! with tho rest. A party took ref- sia wm simply paralyzed with amszenient. rays are dispelling the darkness, and work than its nominal power indicates. js a Candidate for Circuit Judge of tbe 8tb Dis uge In "Si. Mary's" church tower, fleeing She had dreamed of a dlrloyal population. from tho orient to the Occident, from the The reverse can, of couree, also be accomiue demtrict. IUDJPCI to iaa primary election ocratic party to be held the 1st Saturday in Match, Two (2) Daily Trains from Louisville to St. Louts. wildly to svre precious life, and here they She confronted a xonfedtration of Ilindoo arctic to the antarctic circle, the day is plished by reducing the steam pressure. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati 1880. to St. Louis. were overtaken and slain. Their mutilated and Mohammedan, divided on all elee but coming when the heavens will be IllumiA friend of ours has been such a dear, bodiei were left unburled for somo time, a steadfast purpose to be true to their gov- nated with the intelligence, the kindness good husband for the past year that his Only XO hours from Loulevllle and Cincinnati to it, Louis. Store but were finally interred by two natives, ernors. I think this exhibition of the and love which breathe through the words wife has decided not to make him pay for of reward or, K who, Ictluedced by hope "Peace on Earth! Good Will to Men! a Christmas present for himself. Virtue Tho Only Lino by which you oan phenomena of Eigllsh rule in India is the Tho large and desirable Store Boom In Tas got a Through Slooping Car may be, bitter motives, gave the poor, profoundest homago to the christian reli- Merry Christmas!" brings its reward. Journal building, fronting on Main at. mangled remains, a sepulchre In a, hastily-iliii- - gion yet paid on earth; and all the more Is tor rent. Apply to From Cinclnatl to St. Louis. Beecher says there are times when a man "It is maryelous, this charm of Christtf VTOX, Stanford. IF. crarft. in the rear of the church. Orer profound, because eo perfectly unconscious. mas time, dear," remarked a lady to her must swear or burst. There has never been PVii J. OOXVX. the only lino running XllvJ O fir TVT through from Louisville this ghastly spot, loving friends have erect It is extorted from those who would gladly husband. "Age does not wither nor cus a well authenticated cose of an editor and Cincinnati to St. Lsuls, all other routes being ed a pretty monument of Peterhead granite wlth-holmade up of a ccmllnatlon of small roads. It, if thoy only knew what they torn stale its infinite loyousneas. BUILDERS ATTENTION Call. It is Tne incrtptton Is wurth copying for its were doing. Rut tho laws of our belni; are The Ohio A. Mlssls'Irpl Railway runs Palatial winter time, but the glorious sum earth's Wo are now prepared to furnish all kinds ot lumSleenlne Curs on sight trains: Luxuriant Par- Positive Cure for Piles. closlne worJ: ber In tho rough and agonts for planing mills. like those of the "Mcdei and Persian' of the soul.. While tho yule log lor Lars on uay trams: bieganl vjy uoacn-e- s rotbeeoplect this county wo would say that Keep constantly on band droned flooring, ceiling, "This monument it erected by tho friends they "alter not."1 And all obiy willingly nier on ali trains. doors, sash, blinds, moulding bnrna, the Ico of selfishness, hatred and we hare been glren tho Agency of Dr. Marchlal's wather-bflardloDirect and close connections aro made In UNION and relntivea of the; honored and beloved or ignorantly, disappears, and charity, warm and Italian Tils Ointment emphatically guaranteed Ac, at lowest prices. Hi Mir M malice DEPOTS with diverging lines by tboO, A M. S'JU JUiAllAl'. lilt Hallway, thus avoiding troblesomo transonei, whose nnmeftre here inscribed; who glowing, fills the heart. We must warm to cure or money refunded Internal, External, fCOKTINlTEt) NEXT 1S3UBJ fers by other routes. their lives unto death, through yielded up Blind, Weeding or Itching Piles. Prlco50ca box. ourselves in its radiant heat, for the ashes For sale by Penny i. McAlIiter, Drugglits. Tbe Ohio A Miululpnt Hallway ts tho only Una the'violence of a lawless and fanatical In A silver quarter of a dollar was found in RENT. TOR between LoulsTlIle, L'lnclunatt and 8t. Louts wbllcn neon enough" under one management, running all Its troat which surrectlon, at Oil .latino, on the 'Jhl day the intestines of a Daughters, Wires and Mothers. trains through solid and in consequence -- MY IIOUS13 interrupted the lady's little "Mamuii," XiO!" 1STT. To the csro ol two was being dresjed for the tablo nt Virginia Route beis rccognlied Flnt-CIaof Mar, A D. We emphatically guarantco Dr. Marchlal's daughter, "can I give Mary White a tween tboso Cities. conThe home Female Bomedy, t euro Female Dis- On Danville Avenue, In Stanford. Lot well improvreaidenU of thu city, they City, Nev., a abort time. ago. It was covpoor natives. Apply to ticket Agenta of connecting lines for tains rooms, cellar and porch. Christmas present?" eases, such aa Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and ed, stable with G stall., buggy bouse, wagon shed, (all par titulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars owe a grave on thi spot, and in God their ered with a blcck coating nearly an eighth all or any desired Information, or write to "Certainly not," was the reply. "She Ulceration, Falling anil Displacement or bearing coal and smoke houses and a cistern, Savior we trust they have found peace. of an Inch thick, and had evidently been In ROBT. II. FOBMAN, down felling, Irregular! tles,',BarreDneu, Change ol new aud in good repair. Enquire on premises. oe- -i Trav. Pass. Ag't 0. AM. R'y, Somerset. Ky. J. It. UUG1SH. Jjsua receive my spirit." "Lord, the trout's stomach for a long time, The save you nothing last year." New York Ltfe,LeuchorTlicra, bwldes many weaknesses spring"Lrd W. B. 8H ATTUC. W. M. PE ABODV. Sun. (Jen. Pass. Ag't, ing from the abore, like Headache, Bloating, Spilay not this sin to their charge." This last coin was probably dropped by some fisherPrts. and (Jen'l Man'gr, Cincinnati, 0. As to Thomas and Jeremiau. There nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, quotation is only possible ''under grace," man, and tho fish, seeing the glitteiing coin must be some mistake alout the invention Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For salo by Drugand itundf, engraven in marble, as an abid- darted at and swallowed it. gists. Price tl and 1 SO per bottle. Bond to Dr. of the drink called "Tom and Jerry" by a ing testimony to the difference balween the B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, frco. The Legislature should bear in mind man who was born In 1832. Goy. Low, of J. For sale br Peony A McAllster, Druggists. religion of Jesu and all others. I wonwill enter upon its official duties this city, says It was a drink of tho good it dered, with much admiration, when I came that Buckler's Arnica Salve. confronted by a deficit in the treasury of old times in New England, and very well at the elegant, park-lik- e to Shahjehanpore, The best Salve In tbe world tor Cuts. Bruises $293,180 52. The estimates for the generremembers being the President of a temper- Soros, Salt Bheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped appearance of the civil and military lines, Louisville & Nashville R. R. al expenditure fund show that on June .10, ance society in Dover, N. II , which dis- Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, STANFORD,- - - - and tho number and sin of the ancient -- TUB OBK.IT- 1880 there will be a deficit of $313,085 52. ciplined a man for drinking it at least as and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, manso tree, thickly scattered therein. I Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money Will the Legislature continue appropriaWill hereafter be known as the early as the year 1839. The excuse was Gnd, upon investigation, that the attractive THROUGH tions in the face of this indebtedness with- that the delinquent had not been drinking refunded. Prlco 23 cents per box. For sale by grounds, now networked with many miles TO TUB making special provisions for their anything, but had "eaten some Tom and Penny A McAllster. out of enjulsito drives, were once the property Hrhat Can Be Done ? payment? (Capital. Jerry with a spoon." The excuse was not ac ,of a Nawab (prince or noblemen) who By trying again and keeping up courage many headed the mutiny In this district thinkheard a good sory about General Sher- cepted, which was a sign that it was re- things seemingly Impossible may be attained. I WITH ing it was "all up" with the British raj man the other day. Some one wrote him garded as "pretty thin," however It may Hundreds of hopeless eases of Kidney and Liver Chicago Tri- Complaint have been cured by Electric Bitters, (government) but who soon found out his a letter requesting a lock of his hair and an have been with tho drink, COURT Pullman Palace Sleepers. after everything else bad been tried in vain. So LINCOLN CIRCUIT mistake. Too late to save anything but autograph. In reply the General said; "I bune. don't think there la no cure for you, but try Elecregret to atate that aa my orderly Is bald, his forfeited Ufa, by rapid flight. His A printer is n ubiquitous as a Texas tric Bitters. There la no medlolne eo safe, so pure Thomas O. Moore and Laura Moore. On Petition. ItenlsvlUe given whom p.titiu were confiscated and put to and as the man who formerly wrote my au- flea, as fickle as Colorado weather, as vir- and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters Notice Is hereby Moore to all Laura It may conto NHRlavllle, Moore bare aud cern that Thos. O. furnishing one of the pretti-e- tograph has been dismissed, I can not com- tuous as Mrs. Langtry, as liberal as Cleopa- will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of tiled tbelr Joint petition In this court, to be beard Meuipkla practical usee, tbe Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach at the special term thereof, to be holden on the stations iu the N. W. P. with noble ply with your request," This was mailed tra, as gallant as Maro Authony, as strong-minde- d and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. ith day of aanuarr, IS3G, praying the court to AllHuln, Montgomery, wllfe of O. Philadelphia Intreea of nearly a century's growth judging without bis signature. as Dr. Mary Walker, aa unique as Large Bottle only SO cents a bottle at Penny A empowertoLaura Moore, the convey Thomasown use, enjoy, sell and JLittlo Bock, for her Moore, McAllster. and extraordinary quirer. benefit any property she may own or acquire, free by their glarled ttunks James G. Blaine, the plumned knight of Mobile aud Now Orleans. the claim and debts of her husband, and to from Excitement in Texas. Bite. A man appeared on the streets of Denver Maine, aa truthful as Grover Cleveland make contracts, sue and be sued as a tingle woman by Interpretation Great excitement baa been cauied in tbe vicini- and to trade Inner own name and dtipoje of her ShabiehaoFore-whl- cb, and has more gall than same of the MorOnly one change to points In recently driving a spanking team of fully deed. ty of Paris, Texas, by tbe remarkable recovery of property by will or notice bo published in tbe Ordered thattbu is "City of the iung of the World" is n developed elks, worth $1,C00, and capable mon Bishops. fEaat Oregonlan. Mr. J. E, Corley, who was so helpless be could not pubnewspipor JooayaL, a lVtlesulleu just now, having been curtailed of traveling 100 miles n day. The childturn In bed, or raise his head; every liody said he lished at Stanford, in Lincoln county, Ky., at A Chicago young man in a rash moment, was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. least ten days before the sitting ot this court at unlimited privileges In the way of ren thought Santa Claus had come to town. of ltd Its Special term of January 8 th, 1880. told hia cirl that if tho would hang up her King's New Discovery was ent him. Finding reQtven uudcr my band at clerk U the Lincoln fete making. This year, an I beioro wrote, , r Camper-downThe new British stocking on Chrismo Ere he would fill it lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr. Circuit Court this 13th day ot December. 1845. the great Ilindoo festival of the Puaaerah J.P.BAILEY, Seeking hours on tbe line of this rotd wll receive built of steel, at a cost of $2,376,000, to the brim with tonjethlng nice. lie hss King's New Life rilli, and by tbe time ho bad ST- -t Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. special rates. codtemporatee (to coin a word) with the taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes cl the Disthe ditto of the Mohsmrao-dan- is the heaviest ship ever launched in Eng- since seen her stocking, and Is ettll unde- covery be was well and bad gained in tlesh thirty-sa3ee Agents of this Company lor ratej, routes Mohnrrura f.nrrt on flli rtt fleo. P. Ac, or write pounds. Trial bottles ot tbls Oreat Discov They both correspond with our land. It will be three years before she is cided whether to get into it himself or to six TiHSWriU C. P. ATMOP.E, O. P. A T. A., ery for Consumption free at Penny A McWIaier. 1 for sea. ' IiOUUvlllt), Ky, f over a ready buy her n ftwlng machine, Lbi, ; Ur ic " tontracUiuoyboWdoforlt MuW VOltli. DJGWTI8T, Turitu LUMBER! se 23-fi-m A Grand Combination Queen-Empres- Hi I Weekly Courier - Jo urnal Courier-Journa- J. lr, GHESHEjND t govern-meniall- K'y e, t I. A TRAIN Gk0. 0. BARNES. To-da- O. tfc M. i RoomFor Rent J, irj 7S-- 1 bursting.-Ph- d iladelphia I e, SALE0B A-N- four-poun- ss THE ST. ASAPH L. & N. ' KY., TRUNK LINE Portman House. SOUTH & WEST ' ele-nu- dt semi-weekl- y Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 1 man-of-wa- s. IS niil Wo have tried tho credit .business thourough-l- y The following are a few of the arguments clde of a Lauislanna judge, who also de watchman. The President will spend Christmas in favor of the bill: the band of and wo don't Uko it. Wo think wo know serted his parly and jjlui-W. P. WALTON. a good, democrat '"Eiigcfienee has. clearly demonstrated those who worshin "the minted harlot of day like a Christian and " when wo bavo enough of anything, nnd Ifertco ' quietly at home. that there is a large amount of petty crimp, protection." A curse seems to hang upon "Kentucky (and becoming larger eyery day) which Of the 138 members of "the r them all. The judgVs' manner of shuffling on and 48 can not be suppressed or even checked by coil may also be of interest Legislature, which meets on the 30th, ofl his mortal are lawyers and 43 are farmers. any sort of punishment except the lash. as it was both novel and eflective. Taking a Lei and Stanford, tho millionaire Sen- The present mode of punishment for thcie heavily loaded he double-barre- l shot.gun California, pays to his private crimes, instead of having a tendenoy to cocked the piece, tied strings to the triggers, ator from Secretary the salary he receives as Senator. check tho fame, has really encouraged attached them to his great toes, and then We will soil goods A Washington pipsr says Senator their growth. We have a certain claai of placed the muzzle of the pun against his both white and black, who do upon the strings with his Evarta supports Senator Beck in his stand wrong-doers- , forehesd; pressing of silyer coinnot regard imprisonment in a county jail .i toes he discharged both barrels at the same regarding the continuation CTo ring th balls sd vra ralsa tie strata, or in the penitentiary for a short period as miscal- age, time. By some disarrangement or murdered a Sim Wilson outraged and W ban up garlaa4a erarirwhere, culation one of the loads failed to take ef little girl, then killed her little brother and any punishment at all. They have better A4 bid the tartars twtekla fair, then we go AM feast av.1 zri)lJe-a- sd fect. Tne other, howerer, made a frightful mother. He was lynched. They were all quarters and fare better there In every way jMdc lo the ume old Utcb afaln." than In their homes. The object of all hu wound in the head, blowing out the brains. colored, living near Meridian, Mist. man punishment by law la to deter bad Instsntaneous. Death seems to hare been Miss Jesde Patterson, who ran as an Again it the season of good cheer upon We commend the mode to other renegades. independent candidate for Register of Deeds men from committing crimes. The cost of jailing and boarding these petty crimnals us and again do we in earntat hopefulness Bzck'8 speech on the silver question In Davis county, Kansas, beat the regular Is enormous. No measure can be passed : extend to oar patrona the complise&ta atseems to have stirred up the animals and republican nominee by 2S6 votes, and the that will save the s of this State tending it. It la hard to realtzs that a Wo know (bit will meet with tbe pproval produced a sensation. The more conserva- democratic candidate by 209 votes. so much aa this one, and more calculated tweWc-ment- h l, haa flown aince a aimilar The express company snipped $500 to protect the same views aa Congresstive express their property. There are quite of a great many of you wbo prefer pftyisg tbe and but for the knowledge of the Maysville to man Reagan, of Texas, who says: "I am from Paris and $1,500 from a number of crimes under the present law changes it hu wrought we could scarce the Louisiana lottery during the month c&sb, and to tboeo wbo have been running afraid that It will smash up the democrat that it it really December 25th, 1885. Ic party. We can not aflord to let Wall endlntr the 15th. The fool killer haa not denominated fetoniea and punished by confinement in the penitentiary for a we will eay tbat we will offer such exWe make no original statement in aamting street control the currency of tbla country. been on his rounds recently it seems. short period. These crimes ehould be that the years grow shorter as our days in The republicans tried that and we beat department clerks at WashThe poor traordinary inducements in made misdemeanors and punished by crease and but for the impress that they them before the people. All tho traditions ington are to have their Christmas holidays stripes. Not only ia the punishment more drop in about 9 make on our persona and on our lire, we of our party are in the line of silver coin- limited to three. As they could hardly credit the fact that we are so age, and am sorry the President haa giv X. a. and drop out again at 4 r. m., the efficacious, but it could greatly ralieve the I rapidly growing old and that place and en hie support to gold alone. I do not be- need of more rest for these public servants crowded condition of the Slate prison If SB such a law would have been in existence That you will find it to your interest to borrow time will shortly know us no more. But is not apparent. rimes. lieve that the existing laws will be disturbfor the last twenty years there would have s these are not cheerful thoughts to us, who of the The professional tho money, if you havn't it, to deal with ui. ed, and I hope the democrats will not been no necessity for building a branch penare leafing youth and its pleasures for mid-di- e "opposition" are how expressing displeasthe fight." force itentiary." We know this is a new departure in Stanage with its unfulfilled ambitions, and ure at the President's message because no About ten dajs ago a small uegro boy, Thi Richmond Whig, onco s power In where in it are the colored people mentionshall not spoil the occasion by sermon-inford, but we believe tbat all of you who pay last few years We I 7e always attempted to get as Virginia politics, but for the ed. True; and for that mattet neither are whose mother lives on the Alabama River, the dirtiest vlllfier of its people that ita the white people. Courier-Journa- l. about two miles from this place, waa miss much good aa we can out of the present your debt will belp us In carrying this out. beliering that life is too short to brood master, Mahone, could wish, baa gone to First Controller Durham has disallow ing. The child waa in the habit of playing In telling for cash we will save several thousland that la ora sorrows and diaippointments. Be- meet the repudlator in afigure of speech hot- ed an item of $1,800 in the accounts of near the river bank and it Is supposed fell can this, if each a sides there Is consolation In the fact that as ter than Norman J. Colman, Commissioner of Ag- into the river and waa drowned, and the and dollars a year in hire of book keepers, bad of bad aa things may be they might have been be applied to the benumbed existence riculture, on the ground that that amount mother seemed indiferent about ita loss and waa establishdebts, Ac, and in order to rnako our new sysmuch worse. Times are pretty close and him and his parasites. It waa need in the purchase of seeds and labor very little search waa made for the boy. fortunes money pretty scarce, it is true, but moat of ed in 1824 and until it linked its Illegally charged to the appropriation This morning at an early hour some neand tem popular, we propoee to givo our customers honestly and groes discovered a very large catfish playua Lave plenty to lire well upon and suff- with Mahone waa conducted for "Laboratory." ing in the river near the landing at this This honorably. Now there is none so low as icient to diride with him who has not. Judge Rufus Johnson, of Greenville, the benefit of this saving and more, too. We flume, place, and securing some boats and a latter class appeals to our sympathy and to do it homage and it goes np the Ga., went to collect his rent from his unwept, unhonored and unhung, though Its propose to make you a saving of from 10 to 25 Chunk MoLenden, with whom he seine, the monster fish waa soon landed since it is more blessed to gife than to editors should have been. was not not on pleasant terms. Before the on the bank, where it waa quickly we who hare ahould regard it a pleas per cent, on all' goods bought from us. We ant duty to aid the unfortunate in enjoying The periodical attempt to establish a financial transaction had ben fully con- surrounded by a group of astonished specwill "cut" prices to such an extent that no one tators. The fish was carried to tbe depot with us the festal season. Erea a Yary lit- uniform system of bankraptcy throughout summated, the Judge waa dead and the and weighed, tipping the beam at 167 mortally wounded. tle will go a long waya and bring Joy to the United States is being made in the who mjys and beijjs on a credit can meet them. A Silverton (Col.) special to the .Stirs pounds. One of our butchers purchssed many a heart that cow sees bo cheer in the Senate. We do not obeenre any crying deWo wish right here to thank thoeo who have came down the moun- it from the captors, intending to ship it to time of general rejoicing. "We shall not mand for such a law, except perhaps among says: A snow-slidcontributions for such a purpose that class of swindlers, who would make tain into the Minnesota gulch, sweeping Montgomery or Selma for sale. Oa openmire our given us their very liberal patronage In the L. and the knowledge of baring done a good debts to have them wiped out by such an everything before it. The slide struck the ing the flth the butcher was horrified to find a pair of small shoes, a hat and what deed and lifted a burden from a woe laden act Every honest man breathed nailer mouth of the Prodigal Ron mine, fitting an past and ask tbe privilege of returning the faeighty-fiv- e foot shaft and burying Bora appeared to have been a pair of putts and eoul, will ghe us a keener enjoy meat of our whem the old law expired by limitation. vor by selling them goods CHEAPER than Hovbt and J. W. 8cales. working at the shirt. While sn excited group of citizens blessings and enable us to join with ferror Wi have received a copy of the Inland bottom of the mine at the time of the acci- were discussing the remarkable fish, some in the song that the angels sung when the they have ever bought them before. im- dent. one suggested that perhaps the fhh had blessed erent which we celebrate gladdened JVtnkr, a publicantion devoted to the unfortunate miners imprisoned in swallowed the missing negro boy. The ia the handThe the world: "Glory to God in the highest; provement of typography. It mine at Ranticoke, if not already dead mother was sent for and at once identified and on earth peace and good will to men." somest journal of ita kind we have ever the seen and its contents are aa entertaining to from starvation, will soon be liberated by the shoes and hat as belonging to her boy Either Minnie Wallace Walkup is a the craft as Its entire execution ia beauti- death, all efforts to reach them having that was supposed to have been drowned, very bad woman or she is pursueded by a ful to the eye. It is a monthly and is pub- proved unavailing, though the laboring snd there is no doubt but tbe fish hrd villainous fate which seems destined to lished at Chicago at gl.ftQ per year. forces outside have risked their lives in swallowed the body and failed to digest engulph her. In August last she was mar efforts to save their buried comrades. tbe clothing. Tbe mirsing boy wss about 0 JtS OF CURRENT EVENTS. ried in Covington, this Bute, and went There are 23 men and boys in the flooded five yeara of axe, but of very small statue with her husband to live at Emporia, KanGov. McCraary has presented a bill mine, and It is doubtful if their bodies are for that age, and no one who has reen it Csoslviji totrturtil by tou, Ifyou irsa fompttmt Shorthnmt Writer. Tbli you mr sas. But before the usually honeymoon to create the Department of Agriculture. ever recoyered. doubts the fish's ability to swallow a boy of cvtot In Itw month, tt very little xpa, by nf trlut tho" the husband sickened and period waa over, Mr. Jerry B. Leslie will edit the GlasOANHLLE. BOTLE COUNTY. (Ua ) Constitution. that size.-Atlfiliortlmud IuNtlttKo nt IiOnlsivUle, Ky., or XhhiitIIIc, Teim, died in such a mysterious manner that the gow lima while Mr. H. C. Gorin, the editWhile HherthinJ nJ T Tpwrliitf rlalmaour ol sttrntlnn our ituJrnti ran rtcti tbt Ttry btat The cave out of which General Israel There will be Christmas trees at near-littlbride was arrested and lodged in jail for or, tries his hand at law making. tuition Id i, AiuttiMbiiu au vtin-- a feci jM( ii grriur rruuetu raltl. If you Putnam dragged the wolf Is seldom visit- cannot eouio tout, and the poisoning him. Her trial was a long and The effect of the adoption of the new ly all the churches bitter one and she escaped conviction br rules Is already apparent in the rejoicing folks are looking forward for the good ed, because it is in a stony, mountainous Wc Can Teacli You by MhII hh TheronRb. forest in a remote corner of Connecticut. time awaiting them. the skin of her teeth. 8be and her moth- among the members of the lobby. ttnd for Circa lira to Prolrwcr II. A. HALL', rrlnrlrxl horthintl lnitltul. A .1,1.... Mm !., A picnic party this summer made the tediMr. Arthur E Gibbons has fitted up a Leavener then went to New Orleans and they were Atlanta need not deipair at Ilaaliville, Tmui., cr LonUvlllr, ! the otl ronimttnt rolnt for jour 6.2 J m lost sight of for several months, when fate worth, Kan., Is a prohibition town, and yet "parlor" at his Third Street establishment ous trip, which involved Bjveral miles of atlt. rough walklrg. There are pictures in again brings her into notice of an unenvia- there are over two hundred siloons there. for showing wall paper, &z. Mr. Speed Fry and his company of primers of Patnam entering the cave erect. ble kind. The husband bad an insurance The 205th anniversary of the landing on his life and some other assets which of the Pilgrims was generally celebrated amateurs will shortly give a "burnt cork" with a bltrng torch held above his head. would go to ber and their prospective heir, throughout the New England States Mon entertainment at the Optra House. These The hole is really so small that it can only young men can beat half the professionals be explored on hands and knees, and an but his relatives are trying to keep her day. Mies Cleveland has been elected Presi- in their line. adult can not turn round in it. The length from getting them by attempting to prove that while In ia.il, she bad repeated inter dent of the Washington Christmas Club. Peter Geist and Joanna Waggener, of is 300 feet, and tradition says that he folcourse with a son of the sheriff and the Being elected President seems to run in the the Boyle county German Colony, obtained lowed the beast to the further end, shot turnkey. Mrs. Walkup denies these dirty Cleveland family. license to marry this morning and were him between tbe eyes by their own glow, DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, In Madison county, N. C , Mrs. Gos-li- n married by Father A. J. Brady of the and waa drawn out with him by msans of a allegations, but it seems she will have rope. rushed between her husband and ber Catholic Church. again to appear in the court to prove ber paramour, who were shooting at each other, South America is more than double the Anthony Gill was arrested Wednesday innocense. night and committed to all for stealing size of the United States, The empire of Logan wishes to curry addi- and was shot to death. Bzhatok OEA.UT3IIM IIV A Chicago Judge having decided that coal. Mack Fry fcr stealing chickens from Brazil eeema on the map quite as large as Dl-HRtional favor with the soldier element and to Paper, Wines. M uaieal Wall competent wit- Dr. W. R. Evans waa also committed. Geo. Australia. times the It is twenty-fuu- r that end baa introduced "a bill to place on an infidel and atheist is a Chemical. Baokft, Iitquar InMtraetnem, go for Grant, implicated In the stealing was not sin of Eogland. The Argentine Repub will Ntallestery, FalaOi, the pension roll the names of all soldiers ness in court, the question Packet court of Il- arrested. lie is nearly as large as Europe, takitg Olio, Saapa, Tebacceft, CHtlery, and sailors who, while in the service of the higher decision to the supreme LHmpti, Col. LaRue Thomas will on to mor- Russia out. Bolivia and Venezuela are Perfumery, Fire Arum, Alackta United 8tates, were taken paleoners and linois. NeedlM Robert Ferrell, convicted of the mur- row morning (Christmas) receive aa a each twice the sizi of England, New Granconfined in so called Confederate prisons " Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department la In Charge ef Col. der of Thomas R. Calvert, has been refused Christmas present six magnificent awans of ada and Peru each aa large as England and Taos. IHchards, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and In the best Why not make the thing to embrace every Haven, at Carlisle, the genua eygnus Amtrieanut- - Col. Thom- Scotland, Ecuador something lees, Para- sijie. man who ever contemplated joining the a new trial by Judge De Ky. The sentence is ninety years in the as is a commissioner of the Lexington Lu- guay equal to Great Britain, Uroaguay and army? It will come to this before the raid natic Asylum and it is thought will turn Chili about the same, and tbe little-knowpenitentiary. on the treasury is stopped. county desperadoes the birds loose on the lake connected with regions of Patagonia and Tetra del Fuego Oae of the Rswan The Mormons tried to entrap Gov. Eli A. M. Boiling, who without provocation the Asylum grounds. at least double tbe dimensions of Great H. Murray into a house of prostitution by shot and killed a man named Ulll at Poor Berry Pittman was taken to the Britian. Brltttah, French and Dutch getting a beautiful woman to exert her Mt. Sterling, has been given 21 years lunatic asylum Tuesday evening, a jury Guiana are nearly aa large as Great Brit-- DEALER IN wile upon him, but this latter day Eve in the penitentiary, when he ought to having adjudged him of unsound mind, ain. was not so successful as ber ancient sister, have been hung. On the way to Lexington be remarked to A woman, from her sex and character' Groceries, eJaritlleo, Horse Nuoe, and the Governor not only failed to visit At Doyleatown, Ohio, on 8unday, 8herifr8alterthat be believed he yet bad has a claim to many things besides ber Hardware, Quecnsware, Haggy Wklpa Nails, Iron, the beauty, bnt had her and the men en- Hartley Boyelnger took his sweetheart, El more sense than the jury which convicted shelter, food and clothing. She is not less Baggy Wheels, Stoves, Cane Mills, Harnesa, gaged in the business arrested for conspira- len Bysloo, from Sunday-schooand after him, and on parting with that officer asked a woman foreing wedded; and the man Bpoltes, Grates, Cider M Ills, Covers, is a cold day when Eli eels picked a furious drive in a buggy, pursued by the him to sell his mare and colt and send the who is fit to be trusted with a good wife cy. It Ntonewiire, Corn Nhellers, Collars, Htins, up for a sucker. villsge proceeds to his wife and children in Casey recollects all which this implies, and girl's father, reached a neighboring county. married. shows himself at all times chivalrous, sweet Acstin Peav, who resign- and were i Mr. Jo. Moore, formally local editor of spoken, considerate nod deferential. Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden am -- Lake & Frisbie, the Harrison county office he sought and obtained at the ed the Cast I'nmps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin RootJersey cattle 'owners, who have, obtained the lYtbunt, will leave on Monday for San A society paper in describing the order hands of the democratic party, ought to ing and Guttering will have prompt attention, of the Francisco with the intention of making in which a bridal party pated (Iowa the ' be kicked alj'over Christian and. Uopkins considerable notoriety" by 'reason' f TT. 11. McKtnncv, attacking their herd, that city his home. Mrs. Lewis H. Dur- church aisle, says: "The bride walked on Balettmen JoJ(n jirltht.Jr. counties. The special election resulted in Tuesday for their fired ten shot at each other the other day, ham and children left on the arm of her father," This may be ail victorv for the republicans, Hon. John a is emwithout much damage to either, The row home in Cincinnati. Mr. Dorham right, but it teems to us that a church was Feland having been choien by a large maa failure ployed there in the revenue service. Mr. hardly the placs for her to grew ont of a settlement or rather display ber acjority. Felahd is a good man though, 'betHarlan, of Washington City, is MrHl ssflrMl IRV Sam J. settle. robatic accomplishments. Chicago RamPetty, but we dislike this to ter perhaps tlinn Mi mG?Mmmm ff here on a visit. Dr. A. W. Johnstone will bler. The Postmaster General's report says way of giving up a good thing after it has that the clerks of the Railway Mail Service leave the beginning of the week for New Toombs who told a yankee, with ' been, won. York from which port he will Immediately-sai- l It wai 0 traveled 120 miles a day, handled he bad an argument, and who boost President said the other day in con. for England. He will be absent about whom The of plecw of mail matter, and ed that the North had whipped tbe South, PMI.XU IX- .veranlion within Senator that Judge Dur- reached a percentage of 00 08 of correct a year and will be a greater part of the "Whipped uei" cried Toombu, "no such ham's appointment as First Controller had distribution. Two were killed, 35 were se time assistant to Dr. LawBon Tate, of thine; we wore ourelvtB out at whipping Drugs, Books, Stationery and the great abdominal surgeon. proyed to be one of the best that he bad riously hurt and 05 were slightly hurt your crowd " Fancy Articles. WATCH. P"'CiffaC-rCvS? made. This high compliment is as deserv- while attending to their duties. Mr. John Stodghill, heretofore with Loui British navy oa Feb. 1, J881, was The Cohn, has gone to Cincinnati, where he has ed as it is generally appreciated by the Senator Beck made the first speech of Phyiftlnna' prucrli'tlor.i accurately rompoucdeJ. AI Judge's friends in this State snd especially Ibis session of the Senate on the silver employment with a large clothing houre. 50,050 men, boys and marines, with 230 Edward Cimp for several yeara past ships in commiHsion and 20 building and in thi section. question. He approved the meessge of Mr. will, on Jan. 1st, fitting. The area of the British Empire U & An Ohio man killed another the other the President upon all points save his with Welch Wiseman, & 8one, 8 990,211 tquare miles. R. Knott - day for spitting on the floor and tho coroviews on the silver, sgalnst which he ar- take employment with The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Louisville. Mr. J. T. Tunis, of this place, A Massachusetts boy has neither arms ought to have been "Perved rayed himelf. The speech was characterner's verdict Jewelry and Silverware Curry, Howhas formed a patnembtp with him iinhi." It Is a worse than hoggish ized by much of the vehement force of the ard & Co. wholesale grocers of Lexington, nor legs. His parents are beset by landtitan i m liter tbought to tills market .)Prices Lower lic-,.. ,., k,i t . .Mt, ,j!th l the only adequato senior Kentucky Senator, and attracted the Col. O E. Bowman wan in Cincinnati Wed- lords who offer to reut a house to vff i. rWvV--.Ifrelrr jiulrcJ on muit notice and W&rrnnuu. Louisville Courier. low figures. nesday. attention of the eutire Senate. punishment. Stanford, Ky., ktotXhf ffo Mipplng-Pttfi- n An explosion of gas' in a colliery in Close upon tha heels of news that a reneDr. F, B. Strauss, Representative from gade democrat in Indians, who during the Wales killed COminersand burned many 1, J- tn I Bullitt and Spencer counties, will introItl.tna others.. iaokitaitn.j,-- i mauo ....l.. -- Chae.'DavIs,,colored, waafalally shot duce a bill early in the next session of' the none had beMfuntto the penitentiary lor December 25, 1885 stealing, comes the intelligence of the sul- - at Georgetown by Zick. Lusby, night Legislature, establishing awhipplng-pos- t I mji I 1 rjtrut.v u'vi To Tho Public & fe .da . ' II) j 0 I Aftev Isasi?y FOR "t Q i ft M 0 vv GsS TT EXCLUSIVELY. tax-payer- in tn be-He- re U H LOW ITRIOEsS fault-finder- I Q g. - 02 01 H son-in-l- aw, ! son-In-la- w e D H IVTETCALF. BRIGHT Well Paid Employment! t. anta e jblebtr -- M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, - Opera Uouse Block, -- Stanford, Ky. Clear, I W. H. HIGGINS Itp l, ,Ex-Sej?at- pleuro-pneumon- ia 4AAA i "ja mmw 5,000,-000,00- PHARMACISTS, -- -- JEWELERS- tb-n- ?!! The South bound fiftsenger train hour and a half behind last I. H- wan n TeniDg. Dn CAnmtTjri. c tiers sotue flno Jersey Stanford, Ky Decomber 25, 1885 cattle for tale. See notice in this Issue. ; ; "i1 1' PfVJ F. Pkvtox hns sold a hou'e and B. O. WALTON, SiMlnonB Managor. lot in the Miller oxtendon, to Mr. Ewing of the L. & ft , for $1,000. I. N. LOCAL TIME CAM. Oor BuiintM Manager acknowledges Mall train nlrI North ... . I (3 Ml, highly appreciated courtesies from Mr. " " ooutb ii is r. x. Mn. John Dinwiddle, Mr. and Mra.'-YM-- . and Ah M uiMiuN,tl MWMXIWIIMO 1 11 II I. " Noth 05 A.M. ktr Bell and other. ...(..-m..- ..J ing all day. Auction next Saturday at Harden & The family o Uncle Andy Young I Lytle's, commencing at 10 o'clock .nd last- during this year have dried 1,464 lbs. of apples.-fMonti- :. dinner sours on you, use Rock Castle Springs Water,. Jpr sale by McRjberl A Btagg. If your Christmas fi, raisins, dates, apples, cake &:., for Chrittmaa. Oramhrs, lemons, bananas, grapes, pears, nuts, candies, Severance Bros." Ttat kOTi le calculated on standard time. Iras U ibout 20 mhmUe AteUr flolsr A0M NOTICE. Buy your school 'booki from Penny h McAIUtw. , WatCKW Unci Jewelry required on short ootieo tod'wirrDtd br Penny A McAlis " r. Boy! tha oat kod only genuine, from Penny AMcAl Uler. A complete dock of jewelry, latest style. Rockford watche n specialty. Pen ny & McAlUter. PERSONAL Hm Hop; IUmedr, the oriitl Mr. E B IIay&em Ii back from aa. MlM Te--x Molue Fife, of Richmond, ia The ladle of the Presbyterian church, or rather the active worker in it, war bnaily engaged all day yeaterday loading (he two ChrlMma Tree with pretent for the little one and other They were beautiful to look upon but a thl ptpar 1 McKinney.-Richmo- nd Herald. Mixe. Blind, of Millenburg College, being printed they are fut being (tripped the acctnipliahed French and German of their load of coctly fruit of many varieteichtr, will pe nd the holidaya with MIm ties. Florence Eitea There idea of the Chrittaa fl.vor Mrs. 8. C. Trceheart, and Mi in the atmotphere than we ever knew. Mary Myera and Addie Puroell, of Mil The warm ipell continue and but for the lersborg College, are the guests of Mr. 8. interruption by the rain of Wednesday 8. Myerv. Their old friend are glad to would be the longest aa well a the moat welcome their return. remarkable spell for the time of the year Mtasia Lola McKinney, of Stanford, that the oldest inhabitant can rec'U. The and Lula Bronaton, of Richmond, two superstitious are already quoting the old yery charming young ladies, epent yeter humbug, "A green Christmas make a day In Winchester and left for Ml Sterling grave yard." n the evening train to apend the Christ a. Wioivon, wnonasjo. returned bu.- -f Winchester Democrat. from a tour of foreign lands, eat ye terday -- Mn. F. M Aksliy and hi excellent to Col. T. P. Hill a cane, to Judge W. AlJ. wife will remote to Lebanon next week, corn a cigir holder and to ua a pair of handbecause of their inability to get a suitable some cuff buttons, all made from a wood houae here. They hare endeared them taken from the Mount of Olive. They selves to all who hare met them and m- have a Hebrew inscription ot some kind rlouerejret are eiprw.ed at their depart en them, which we will try and trsndite ure Hkrvkt Helm, from Central Unlvcr at leisure. We think the Colonel very aity, Sim Root and Joe Severance from beartlly(and shill prize the gift most Elliott Inatitute; John M.Craig from Cen- highly. L Pnny from Georgetre Colleg; (iec-rcThe late decision of the Cjurt of Ap town College and John S. Owiley, Jr , from peal has caused Mr. Emma Smith, the Libanon College, Te nnereer, are at home Circuit Clerk of Lturel connty, to resign. for the Christmas. Itdcej not, howeyer, affect Mrs. Bliin's Hon. Jamts Denton, wife and Mlaa position a deputy County Clerk of this LI) He Pet to a, of Somerset, art visiting rela county. Her is not considered an office tiyw In thlsoiuvv Mr D enton will be under the constitution, a she only act for the younjjeet member of the House thl the principal, who is responsible for her He) will likely get the vote of hi KMsion. Though not considered absolutely necessaptrty for Speaker, but Charley Oflutt, ry, an act of the Legislature was obtained whom he furor very much, will get there to permit her to act a deputy, so as to all the same. cover all doubts of illegality. Mr John R. Farms, wbo ha been The beautiful gold skates, which have with Mr. Monii'J. Karri in Mexico and been on exhibition in a store window on New Mexico lnce May last, returned . Main street will be given away at the Rink few day ago leaving him near Lit Vega, Every person, male and female, X. M., in good health and spirits. He and will be charge! 25 cent and be presented party are camping out on a ranch be dm bought and U?iog on the fat of land and with a numbered ticket, one of which will be eood for the skate. Should a lady ge water, for game of many kind and fi.h of the moat palatable variatica are In great them the manager will exchange for a abundance. Mr. Farri tell u that he pair to fit, or should some one get then who enioyed the life greatly and hi couain ia prefer a $5 bill, their wholesale cost, that amount will be given instead. Thero will perfectly charmed with it. be several interesting feature, in addition LOCAL MATTERS. to th excellent music and a lare crowd is expected. t T. R. the guest of Miw Kate Hall. Juixje R. P. Jacobj and W. F. Efana, of DanTllle, were here yeaterday. Mim Miknie VanAiudaij of Har rcdtburg, b visiting MIm Sue Rout. Mm. R J. Stadek aod wife arc visit ing the family of her father at Boeton, Ky. Mihs Hoe Wade Beazley, of Louisville, ia spending the holidaya with btr sifters. Mr O Hthawn, a young man from Tuaearoraa county, O , ia here looking out for a farm. Miners Lucy Tate and Annie Shanks an up from Daughter College to spend the Christmas. Hon James B McCreary (a at home for the holidaya Ilia wife will return with him to Wuhlngton. Miss Bettie Paxto.t, of Stanford, will tpend the holidara with Mr. J. I BiLt Maiian and Dan Moore had a drunken light last night, when Marshal Newland se'inl them both and took them At a special term of the County Court, to the C4labooset He let Moore off, how Mr. A B. McKinney qualifi- ever, but closd IhVdoor on Marian. ed i adulnUirator of Fleece Huston, with Marshal Newland arrested and lodgJ. IC. Huaton aa security. ed in jtll yesterday, W. H. Thomat on a There will be a masquerade al the Rink warrant from Garrard, charging him with and a pair of cold skatw will he adultery with one Amelia Yantis, an ex Riven away. For information and details ceedingiy omtly girl of 17 Tney were aee E idle C. Walton. ogetherwbea caught and bath ahed great big tear on being separated Thomas ha The town waa fall of people yesterday a wife and two children and the warrant is examining Chrittmaa good, but salts were sworn out by that neglected woman. far from being bri-and a general com"The Social Four Dtncing Club" anplaint of bard time waa heard. nounce a Grand New Year' Hop to be giv Tub number of the Presbyterian en at the Stanford Open House Monday church cent their pastor, Rev. A. B. Mnf evening, January ith. The Committee fett, a Christmas gift In the ahape of a wag are aa follows: Atrangement M. F. Hu on load of good thing to eat, which em- )e, M. J. Steele; Invitation R. B. Mtran, braced nearly everything obtainable. J. T. O'Hern; Rectption-- M. J. Steele and Perry Em dry, a negro too trifling to M. F. Unlet; Floor-- J. T. O'Hern and work and buy hi Christmas meat,rupplied R.S. Maran. A big time I promised. himeelf from the larder of Mr. Puter Next Tuesday night the Gold and Sil8traub, a few night ago, but he had to ver Bind will take benefit at the Rink run 00 to eojoy it, with the proapect of be- and in addition to the skating and an ex ing nabbed aud Jailed If he ever return tra fine musical programme, will give a . . hop from 9.30 to 1 o'clock. Everything Miss Kate Looan and her aitter. Mn. will be arranged in fir!claM style and Edmlaton, haye d.Molvtd partnership and Prof. J. W. F. Havercamp, of Germany, MIm Ktte will hereafter conduct the milwill direct the musical performance. Those linery buaineea in ber own name She who have enjoyed the excellent muslo of keep a nic atock and belrg a mott thl band have now a chance to ibow lady, we aak for her a liberal aharc their appreciation by crowding the house. of patronage. k m m Signal. Wanted -- To trade marble work for ope or two good colls, Addresa J, W. ' Wale, Stanford Muble Works. Joseph Baugh.of Hie HighUnJ neighborhood,, ha sold hi farm containing about 200 acre to Bsmuel Mullins, of Cincinnati, for $3.7M. Ben II. Jonc old to 8 A. and Ward Sutherland 4,000 btisliel of corn, delivered on cars, at Renlck Button, at, SQ cent per Winchester Sun. bushel, ffllo LIST OF SEOTVJLK GOODS .A. . KEPT XY- - T. R. WALTON! 'innqSjog IIW A8YXRT(ftEltETli. For SaleFine Cattle. Two psdlfl.eJ Jersey Cow.; two Jtntj Cows, two J4 Jersey Cows, tour Jersey Cows. Will ci1t irom tbt 15th of Februsry to the Mtb ot March, 18M. All are extra good milkers and jIt In milk. With calf by Tborndil Boy, who Ii i GOODS GOOD! PEICES LOW I N. O. Sugar, N. O, Molasses, PURE Maple Syrup, y r'gliUnd M'W In lbs A. M. J. J, C. C. Book. O. CATlVEXTKIt. ! Mr iliter, Mra. Edmliton, will mors to Oab Orchard January lit, I will remain In Stanford snd contlous tn Millinery boalneat at rav old aUnd on ncaitrr strw t. I alio wlah to Inform ray frlrnda and patrons that March lit I will add to mr Millinery a dut-cU- u Una of readr-mad- e Children 'i and Udtea' Carabrle and Linen Un derweir. With thank to frlenda and tha pnbl c In general for ruit IlMrl natronurn. I k for continuance In the future. Shop next door to Iw- Tsitoa jouaxAL oaea. In Wett Btantord, lately occupied by Blchardaon WatU. A very drjlrable place In many rripecta. For further Information, enquire of JT. MARRIAGES. William A. Davidson and Mis Jenny, marri- daughter of Mural Halitead, were .. ed in Cincinnati, Wednesday. Mr. Oxar Smith, a youtb of 20, and Mis Mary E. Terry, barely 17, were married last night at Mr. W. H. Terry's. Mr. Jama T. Bailey and Mr. Mary Harris, both of thla connty, were married at Mr. Anderson Leach' Chrlstma Eve. Tuesday at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. L. R. Jones, Mr. C. M.Tucker, Jr., of Boyle, aod Mis Sallie F. Jonee, of thla county, were united in marriage. Last night at Mt. Vernon, Mr. Charles P. Ware, of thl county, and Mia Nora Lynn, a niece of Mr. Craig Lynn, were made one after God' holy ordinance, Eld. C. K. Orrison officiating. There were no attendant. The bride la possessed of both beauty and nfiaement and In winning her Mr. Ware, who Is a sensible and worthy young man, is sincerely to be congratulates They will make this county their home and in their new relation will have the beat wishes of mtny friends. Mr. Ware is our correspondent at Halls Gap and we feel considerable Interest In him and bis. There came to town on Tuesday a sad looking, middle aged man and a woman hanging on hi arm, who likewise waa not It was easy to as young at she used to he tell by their acthna that they had come on pressing butinest and a reporter was tent to shadow them. After tome inquiring they and interproceeded to the Court-hous- e viewed Mrs. John Blain, who for the uiunl fe- - in such cae made and provided, issued them a license to b mtde one flesh. Then the aid looking man, who stated that he had been mtde a Benedict on three several occasions, strnok out to fcunt some one to lie the knot. Hersn against our ex representative, who kindly conducted bim to the borne of Rev. J. M. Bruce, but he wt absent and no other preacher appearing, Judge Varnon was pressed Into service. It didn't take him long to pronounce the cere mony and the couple left for their home at Junction City by the next train. They gave their names as J ohm J , Hall and Mrs. Amanda E. Hudson and the groom confidingly told our reporter that he dreaded to return home a promises of a chavivarl awaited them. RELIGIOUS. Late or Berarly, W. Vs. hai removed to Mt. Vernon and oOera hla eaiTlec to the nubile. A larite iDvl auortedlto f Drun alwayi on hand. No charge for writing prescription when filled by e me. unci ia jara. uire me a pari of your patronage. coun-uouaW-fl-m Layer Raisins, Seedless Raisins, 'SUBXIUQ Oranges, 'SUOTUOrj; HATlti " Figs, Nuts, 'SUUBOOOQ Hominy, 'suBojj aq The House and Lot Shredded Oats, Buckwheat Flour, It. " N.Y. Cream Cheese, Notice 'SIOpBJQ T. IIVIE.H, Tea Cakes, JR Grated Cocoanut, 'peiizjsnj It. And Freshest, pooapS sag NEWCOMJB HOTEL. Stock of SP000 panuBQ MT. VERNON, KY. To be Found loqAiiuy Delicious XEircOXH, Jf. 'uouiuioo Fancy and saipuo qouojj A GOLDEN CHANGE. It LOGAN. IMIGGIXH. MILLINEHY ! .. T. ,. DA KIEL8, JD. Thla old and Hotel la atlll main talnleg 11 tin reputation. Charge reasonable. Sfeelalattentlon'totb traveling public Pro'r, JP. M-Mt. Vernon, Ky. well-knom Two of our strong merchants are going West, which learns a good optnlng lor others. My atore houae. one of th best and belt locatloni In titan for J, formerly occupied by MoAlliter & Lrtle, Ii for rent. Can be had for a term of veara lfdeilred. Call soon. De.!.-(!r- LOTS OP STAPLE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c. o) B. VAXAHMDALE. DR. G. W. BRONATJGH Hai REMOVED bit office to tbatol Judge Phlllpa Ltncuter itreet, oppoilte the Boarding at Philip Hunnelley'i, en same itreet. He may be found at hla office or rooma at all houri except when proteulonally absent. on Court-Houi- At fair prices to Cash or Prompt-payinShort-timCustomers. e g' H. C. RUPLEY, POSTED. We the undtrtlzned glre notice that our landi posted agiloit ail either fiihlng, hunting for game or anything cite, or tropiulng In any way by parting through our farm, without rpeclal permit, except riiltlog or on busloesi with uior thoM living on our landi. Violator! may expect pto'ccution to the extent of the law. A. C. C. RM AN, J. S. BOSLF.Y, A. M. FELANI). O.I) HOPPEH. 8ANIFOIIO IUWIN, HTEPHEN BUKCH. MERCHANT TAILOR. I have received and atlll receiving ire rciltlrelr NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER Comprising the belt In the market, which will be Look Out ForHew Mitlinervl ON 0B ABOUT APEIL THE FIBST, I expect to bring a new and uoit doalrable atock o) .Mutuary erer brought to Stan lord. My cu toiaon axe well acquainted with tho claai I kept Miore, o it wouia oe uieieu lor me to aay anj- tbtng la regard to It. Thanking my customera for their Nit l itronige, I itlll aollclt same la the pnnR. 8 KATE DVD 1EBAR 78 2m Hunlord, Ky. Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Country. Give Me n Trial. . O. --RJ--Er. Jill B. K. WEAREN, -- PIANOS AND ORGANS. 8. B.A L. J. Cook ar Agente for the John Church A Co. Pianos an t Organs, which embrace (be following mcut excelltnt Instrument!: Knab A Co., Uuelton Broi , Decker x Bob and M AND- fun. Rev. A. 8. Moffett will preach next Sunday morning and night. Everett Hanoi, Alio, dough A Warren and the Co, Orgaui. These Inatrumenta John Church are mott excellent In tone, of great durability and we defy competition. All of then, are warranted for five vears. Keferencee A. II. Penny, Mrt. E. M. Carbenter, J. M. Phlllpa, J. M. Moor and here Jamee Heatley, St an fori; Mia. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchard: Gen. W. J. LanJram and MIm Dixie Huffman, LancirUr, Ky. Dealer in Furniture ! Wall Paper, Monldln&s, PIctnres and Picture Frames. Fine Assortment always on hands. A Large Stock nail a Fame Faces Bio line Walton'. at Severance tried here Wednesday. Broa. has a wife and eight children, it subject to A Merry Christmas and a happy New fit of great mental depression, aincean atYear. tack of the fever several year ago, and Get your freah oyiter thl morning at when in that condition it very violent, often threatening to kill himself or some of S. 8 Myera'. his family. He frequently enjoys lucid inCoal Vase at cost, you can get a b terval but it waa deemed dangerous to al Bright & MetcaliV. permit him to remain with hi family and ii .... Toys, Firework, Candies, Fruits, &t , in he was tccordingly sent by Sheriff Mcnefee great variety at T. R. Walton's. to the Lexington Asylum. He was in hi right mind during the trial and Wanted boarders by the day or week and with tears in his eyes beggedafterward not to be after January 1st, at Severance Bros. taken away, an he was sure the confinement Canned Goods of brst brands, aud al- in n mad house would kill him, In addition to hi mental trouble, he ha a severe most all new package, at T. R. Walton'. " running sore on his leg and altogether is in Boy your Christmas candies from Sever- a moBt pitiful fix. ance Bros. They keep none but the best 'III! Ill What promised to be a general row oc good. curred here about 10 o'clock Tuesday night, Foit Balh, an oil stove marly new, large bat fortunately it was nipped in the bud enough for a nmall family. Apply at this Abaut half a dczm fellows from the Knobs ofiice' . came in to celebrate Cbriitnian in advance To My Cubtomejis.- -I will nothave the by getting drunk and in their (round they the time to go around to see them about ran up on a like number of railroad men their account Mid hope they will call in similarly engaged. They quarreled, drew and nettle Jan. 1st. I need the money. knives and pistols and were about to go for Please don't make me wait on you. H. C. each other, when Judge Carson, in the ab Ropley. sence ot me marsnai, eummoneu a p:afee Wk had almost forgotten who is govern- of young men and ordered them to take or, when the fact is recalled by a piddling the crowd. Arming themselves the boys and uncalled fjr interference in our mu- obeyed with alacrity and soon had the nicipal fifTiira. Some time ago George greater put of the crowd under arrest. The 8tephenssn was sent to Jill for ten day and fellows with the pistols however got away fined $25 for drawing a pistol on the street. by running for dear life and those captured He had served his rcnteoce and replevied Imirg no arms whatever concealed upon the fioe when Mr. Knott rushes in and re their person, were let oil with a repriof th Hcvch LIm of the latter penalty, Time mand and they soon shook thn d town from their feet. must indeed hang heavily on hand. of in firework a very aepioraoie case ot aa school will give their scholar . Abner Young, who next Sunday morning-- luna ct The Christian and Methodist Sunday a treat SALE OF TOWN LOTS And OVER FIVE THOUSAND pieces of Wall Paper to be opened January lit, embracing over Fifty different deilgni and patterna from the cheapett to the finest Velreti, Satlna, Men'a Ollt, Ac , trim med and ready for the wall or put on the wall. I hare bought them to sell and you need not look fur ther for lower prices. There had bsen nine additions under l'rof. C. P. Williamson' preaching at Cir lisle when heard from. -- Richmond Her aid. Copies of the letter of Mr. Barnes entitled "Life ind Death" can be had in neat pamphlet form at this office for 5 cents a piece or 25 for $1. Superintendent R E Barrow, of the Biptist church, asks us to request that every one of hi Sunday school scholars be on hand next Sunday. The second Quarterly Meeting will be held al the Methodist church the first Sat urJay and Sunday in January. Rev. Morris Evans, of Lancaster, will preside, k ,. Since last ?pilng Rev. Q. 'W. Perry, man ha received into the Baptist church at and near O area ton 131 by baptism and 30 by resoration and letter; 167 in n)l. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Tract of Land, Aa Agent of the helre of Mrt, EllubethBeixley. dee'd, X orler for tale privately two town lota ot atrtetlnSlan. about 1 Arreeacb,aituatedonMalb ford, Ky., on one ot which ia a comfortable and cottage; the other, which la situated couinodloui between thertildencesof W. I'. Walton and Wm. For Hard Times. The moat popular Weakly nawipaper devoted to Kjence, raechanioa, englneerint.aiicoveriei. Inventions and patents ever pabliihed. Every nam- ber tllaitntad with splendid oncravlDfii Tbli publication (arniheaamotraIai,blefncjclopedla yi .iiiiunuiuoawoicD no rerson inoma ne witnoui. Tho popularity of the knirnno Ahebicin ia inch that ita circulation nearly eonali that of all other paper of ita elan combined. Price. flSO a If".. Iioount to Olnba. Bold br all newidexlen. MUNN A CO.. Publishers. No. 361Ilroadwar. V. Y. WH Moon A Co. hire THE INTERIOB JOURNAL uni mproved. lafaoorTer a tract of about Co Acres ol Lua, lituatcd on the Knob Lick turn pike, cne mile from S.anlord. It la In a fine atate ol cultivation, but baa noimprorementa. For teriui of sale apply to tue. a 79-- tl demorest,s ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY J. It. VAXTOX. Agent, COHMISNIOXER'g A SALE Valuable Business House IK STANFORD. Lincoln Circuit Court.. Thoi. W. Miller vs. J. E. E. Fanls. Notice of Sale. Punuant to a Judgment herein at the October will term of thli court, the undenlgned iWr On Monday, January 4, 1880, it Big lot of Silt at T. R. Walton'. Owsley Evans, this county, sold to John Robinson, of Mercer, 25 head of year ling mnles, at $00 per head, and one at $50. Wake field & Hudson sold this week to Mr. Stewart, tbia county, 0 head of ex tra fat, wejl broken mules, 14 hands bigb, $111 -- Danville Advocate. W. B Kidd has returned from New York where he sold his six "car loads of fat cattle at the unprecedently low price of four cents per lb, home weights, Mr. Kidd says he struck the hardest market J. A within his extensive experience. Ramsey cold for R B. Bundrum, of Tenn , 20 head of plain feeding cattle, weighing 783 lbs, at $313 per hundred, and one l yoke of rough oxen at $61 75, J. D. sold to the Vanmeter boys 1 000 bbls., of corn at $1 50 per barrel, furnishinc 100 Win, ... -- u.ch to ft ttl it. chester Democrat. Du-rai- accen to the rear lot, but the rurclmrcr of tho prop rty to lie entitled to the renta from the said day of Wcaren troui the The rale ! made to ratlify Thoi. W. MUler'i Judgment lor $1,60) with 6 percent, from Aprils, 'S3, until rU. and hla coita herein, and Henry Baugbman'a Judgment for 11,413 21 with C per cent, thereon Irom Oct. 1. 'A3, until paid, and hla coiti herein, aud It: Williams' Judgment for Jl.-088 with Gpcrcedt thereon irom Feb. 1, '81, until paid, and hlicoiti, and a further Judgment of!72t with 0 per cent. Irom June It, '81, until paid, and the Danville planing Mill Co.'a Judgment for ti'd ii with 6 per cant thereon from the 8th Jay ot Mar. 'a until p.td, aulject to credits of 830 paid Aug. 20, 'SI, and (50 p.ld Mir. '.'0, '81, and its coiti herein. Immediate poiseMlon to lie given the nurchaier. TeM.-Cre- dit of ilx, twelve and eighteen montbi, equal InitnlJmrnti, Bo'di required with approved tenuity, baring the effect ot Judgments end bearing intret from day ol ule. 01 Being county court day, between It a. m. aid 3 r. door In etan'oid, Ky., m., before the roart-lioui- s sell it auction to the hlghM bidder the large new brick buslneia home, known as thoFarrliA Ilamney houi ,auJ tbeoutuouition theaatue lot, opposite the fits Asaph Iiotel, In Btaof.rd, K., aubject to tne leaia f Geo. D. 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One Year, $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), o EMOREST'S ST THE BE (30NTAININCI Storlei, Poemi and ether Lllerarj attraction!, combining Artiitic, Sclontifio and noutahold mitten. Of all tho Magazines. Illuitrotril tclth Orlnhml Sltrt Enprav J'leturts autt ilia, 1'liotogrttrurca, Oil It jinc iroo(cu(. imtlitni the Model Jtlayaxltle IIACAN'S Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell; and you can't tell. ANY l'ATTEHN lllustrtttca In that number, and In ANY SIZE. MONTHLY Is Justly entitled the World's Model Mnazlne. The Lnwrt la Form, tho Lnweet In f 'Ircnlntlon. and rln best TWO Dollar Family Mairuzlne tourd lMi! will yenr of Its imbllcctlon; lo the Twenty-seconIt Is contlnunlly lunrovtil nail - exwruiveljr ns to nlnco It In tho front rnnk Of Fntnlly I'erloOkflls. and wjuhI to any tnupiulno. It contains 7 pnirc-s-, lurtro )UHrto. 8 ,Tllh Ineues, clctfiintly printed nnd fully illiictruUHl. Published by vf. Jctinlntrs Dernorce-t- , New York, r- rTnch Magazine contains n COtTON OltDKlt. entltllnir tho hoii!cr to tho t election Of of America, . ANO BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT WITH THE COMBINED blSt H. G. WELCH, M. C I.. C. O. Interior Jroroal Fur Yosr, -- scs.iyaHir.'T WB-- - Scmi-ffitttthlnSnltn- or loarnal A FOOL'S CHRISTMAS. CfttWkts watcbod them tOl they turned too cornor and the fluttering ribbons of the ioV bkie drc were lost In tho distance It was most pathetlo to benr John Kollor fell of tlintrldo afterward: "I nover saw any human beln' as happy as that boy. Krery squir'l that crossed the road pleaiod'hlm. "Every bird that flow over our bend doHghted him. He made that fool-k- h little fox in his pocket bark a hundred times, I reckon, and he said he never had luch a nlco ride before Ton my word, I couldn't keep the tears out o' me eyes to 8oe him so happy and know where ht was goln' 'I, dot't too how, them 'Carson cUldren' rauM send him away; I really don't. ' If Tie had been mean or stubborn or ugly in any way I could understand It; but Davywhy, and kind a Davy was as critter as over wm born. Wouldn't harm a fly, , Dklnt.know anything but good; didn't seem to' uavVeTsr heard thero was any bad in tho world.'1' af tcf tliey roachod their destination that John .Keller began to hare trouble. Davy forgot all about going home till the shu went down. He had been interested and new pcoplo, had eaten in Uio hu dinner with the sharp appetite of youth and had enjoyed thu day; but now that he recognizor tho signs of approachiug night ho looliorl at his new fr'ends with genuine alarm "I lu his , big jeyes, and said, waiitlto go homo." v'Aro they kind to vou at home, Davyl sweet-tempernow-slght- s naked-Kelle- J"Ya-as,- p ' , ho nnsrrorod, hardly understand- ing. ("xAgb:"' "Dolhoy nvcr scold your "Do you ,love thorn, Davy I lovo George and' Katy and Jullaf ' J'Wcs love th'em all and tho cat and tho fox and Lizzie Ann" (tho doll). t "But Lln.Ie lAlin and the fox are hero with jpiij and you" ought to' bo contented. Come, my boy, inako up your mind to stay hero awhile aud visit ussald th'e'kind Kellur. '1Ijwanif.og6ii5nie; I want to go home," walletl Davy. y J"" i,' jtb yj . "He benl ami kissed the shiny fact of Davy's dolL" All nttrnpts topleoso or comfort him wens useless. 'Ho had 'never iJben away from his home a ulght in his life, and to be out of bis familiar littlo world when the darkness fell was a calamity. Tho matron's heart was touched, and sho did her best to pacify Win, but In vain. Tho paupers, old and young, foolish and sensible, daft and sane, gathered about him and tried In their poor way to win him from his misery It was the same the next day and the next aud all other days. He "did not walk about ho did not talk, he did not look at anything, and he scarcely ate a mouthful. HU mind was constantly filled with the imago tt the homo from which ha had been no- cruelly lured. HU happy young faeo had grown old and sorrowful. Even Lizzie Ann and tho fox failed to comfort him. They stood ou a shelf in tho big sitting room ruuto witnesses of Ills agoiiy. To all questions and speeches he had but ono answer: "I want to go home." Onoo when John Kellor undertook to point cut the beauties of tho place to him and him to dry his tears and learn to like it, ho looked up with a heartbroken expression and said, "Mother might come mo not thore." At the end of a fortnight the wagon of the almshouio stopped in front of the Carsou cottage again, and John Keller went la He told tho story of Davy's homesickness la few but strong words: "Hedocsnteat and ho doesn't sleep. He grieves all tho time. He's never been with out a stream o' tears running over his cheeks tinco he's been there He's so weak from the grievin' that ho can't bit up hardly half the time. I believe hU heart will break." Tho "Carson children" listened in silence, with white, faces aud averted eyes. They wero rcmorsefu1,!bul had not the courage to say so oven to each other. It is often so with pcoplo who have not cultivated their finest nature. Their bparts hocm harder than tho are bocauso their tongues nre untrained t tho expression of the gentler emotions. Thoy aro ashamed of tenderness became they have no familiarity with the sweot speech of life. - rears, noticed the chnngo in the boy's demeanor. Ho looked at his white faeo and that It had been round and glowing a short time before and understood that ha suffered. He was too old and Imbecile to baft the cause of It all straight in his mind; but sorrow has lbs own language morn eloquent than words, and this be understood. "Poor Davyl Poor Davyl" ho rnutterod, is ho patted the boy's head. Then a his lympathlcs overwhelmed him he bent and kissed the shiny face of Davy's doll, leaving Its painted cheek stained with the tears that rolled from his withered ones. They all gathered around Davy surprised and pleased at his silence and patience. They were a strange company of consolers erased, crippled, woe begone, clad in mean garments and owning nothing but their imperishable souls and their, battered bodies. Yet ill that they had klndnoss they gave, 'Each one forgot his own grief, whatever it was, in the presence of the boy's more unbearable one. Davy said nothing to all tholr kind words. Ho only held Lizzlo Ann closo to his breast, as though thore was comfort in her .companionship, aud rocked the harder. The next morning be rose with dry oytej and made n berola effort to be hopeful.. "Is I go homoP was his first question. it His lips trembled when told that it was not, but bo shed no tears. John Keller appeared early on the scene and removed one of tho black lieaus from' the string, which now 2 ornamented "Davy! penoa asa necklace, Yet Iho boy did not seem hopeful He was only quiet HU tears fell no mrjrc, but his silent patience was even sadder thin his rebellious lamentations. Not being a creature of stout w ill, his spirit was as wretebed In woo as it had been buoyant lu hnpplaeW Ho seemed to have suffered beyond the point where a ray of hope brings strength., Lie had changed his wall; "I ..want to go homo," to "I'm going home," but ho said it without spirit and apparently without hope: and it was, if possible, moro .heartreuduig tiuui hi first wall HU spirit, was broken and so was hU pfiy- leal health.1 Ho had grown so weak he could not sit up long nt a time, and sp would Ho hoursof jvery day on his cot, staring at the wall, though seeing it. not His eyes were looklnginto somo realm outsldo of .ail, material things, for they had changed strangely; Instead of the simple, vacant look of his pleasant days, they had grown deep and,, luminous, with that wonderful beauty .which Is seen In the eyca of those who have suffered great anguish of spirit And so tho days went on until nil tho beans-worgone from the string but one, and tho next day would ba Christmas f Jo Keller had counted tho hourt of the long week with even greater Impatience than Davy. Ho had grown.lnto tho thought that be would rather sot that homesick boy down on tho doorstep of his old homethan to come In for a , princely Inheritance. Before ha ttarted to town in bis wagon that morning he had said to Davy" when arranging the beau necklace, you go, my boy; afcdf Davy had repeated hU usual refrain, "I'm going home." Keller broughtlctters home with him that evening, which was nothing' onuiiial;. but among them was one that took all tho life out of his faeo when ho hoard Its contents. It was from Davy's brother and countermanded tho order to bring Davy into town on .Christmas. They had decided not to have him como until Now Year's. "Unforeseen circumstances mado tho delay necessary." To atone for the delay he should "stay a day or two when ho did come," etc. Soma tears were shed over the cruel news, but not by Davy. Hours before the letter arrived he had been lying in bis cot, his sad eyes stariug through the walls that imprisoned him into the land of his dreams. When they went to tell him they found him asleep, tho now crumpled but comforting doll clutched lu one hand and held closo to bis to-da-y onntshment which J had ovortaken A.T thorn COR OOUQH3 Aitu Ore I would be sufilcient of Itself. And It was. They had never contemplated such retribution as this. Thoy had measured out Davy's needs by the requirements af the body, taking no account of the hungry THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man is perfect health, and tho true way to Insure health Is to purify your blood with Ayera Sans-partit- a. Mrs. Eliza A. Clougli, 31 Arlington tt., Lowell, Mass., writes: " Every winter and spring my family, Including myself, uio several bottles of Aycr'a Experlcnco bai convinced ins that, as a powerful Masonlioimor's Itcstaurant OrrosiTK Coost-Uous- b o.Jf Ul DANVILLE, i .1 -- -- KENTOOKYi and loving soul delicacies lorred leall styles sod on short notice. Look out for the sign ''Woodbine llesUu-ranend call when you are hungry. n tiAi.M flam alvava 00 lira-il- er hand sod In Its season, oysters fresh nih, and v" c3PU, o?v Ci'sU--3 -- r. mwwMBU" STANFORD, KY. OPERA HOUSES W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor BIeofBtage,t20sS0. KUht complete sets of Soan. wr rr. rJMUBff capacity, luciumua Beueaable rata to tood attraction!. Blood purifier, It Is very much superior to any other preparation of Snrsapnrllla. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, and especially tlellcato children, aro euro to bo greatly benefited by lis use." J. W. Starr, Laconla, Iowa, writes : For years I was troubled with Scrofu lous complaints. I tried sceml different preparations, which did mc little, It any, good. Two bottles of Ayer'i Sarsapn-rlll- a effected a complete cure. It Is my opinion th.l this medicine Is tho best blood imi Stockholders' lHeeting. A meeting of the stockholder! of the National " . ... .111. nn tha 7.1 TllOilirlll JlDII ary, 18S, lor the pnrpoee of electing nine Directors to aerre the eniulni year. o..wi.. M-t- d "T7m "N " i " brother bavy it dead " They had sent him away bocausa.he with, their success, and! now. that ho was out of their way forever they wero filled with unavailing regret What would tlwy not have given to go back and undo their dreadful work, uow lieyond recall I Of what ovnll was It that they wept blttor tears over Davy's body, when thoy had let him die for a sight of familiar faces! Nor could thoy extinguish the romorso In their hearU by clothing hU dead flesh with (Ino garments and covering his coflln with flow- "littr Stockholders' ., bank .-Willi vt. at-.u-n- Meting. Purifier of the day.'' C. E. Upton, Nashua, Jwll. writes: "For a number of jenrs 1 was troubled with a humor In luy ojes, ami uuauic 10 ooiain renei until 1 commenced using Aydr'j.Sar3pnrlll:i. I have taken several bottles, am greatly benefited, aud believe It to be the lcst of blood purifiers." II, Harris, Creel City, Itamtoy Co., Dakota, write: "I hao been nn Intense su'ilcrer, with Dyspepsia, for tho three years. Six months ngo I began to use Aflh PI ml Nl .l..H.At.t held at tlielt hanking houae 1&M. 157: .i ... w.'j in .linnirr. serte IltMv. tifMaiw; a4 CklUfta TMihlai. rtttti.t in SIBuIuiU Ull no w of the putpoec of fleeting elsren Directors !ri,tit the eniulufi year. r,.Sl,r. Both for sale by Dr. 11. 1 BOURNE, HUnfcrd. (I JUIU ! nm, (Htm! tran Um tt is. nmt naiMt si.im, ih. ib.ii iviwi la ik. UuUlll l(MlUl tlMlfl. IM Umu p1'! " rlMta in. .uy aMfftlaa .ia. ea4 .Una lit.. It. thill I tlMBraktiMlamiMl h,l.( ami! wtn nnM.H vnk tt. kll. atwl' l.il.'i.VrlKll'O la lb. mUla rl.ol f U. M l.Ua, iy ilU T.tto. ffliaoiia Riviat r, flwitf Offii .r Mi. iii. ik. Imi I... a itmtif lt Cukt, Cmf, a.y Cat. ..J c.a..mruat aa4 M e.Uu.U.rrlM, r.)!! lt.U.w.1 uk.t. Aii fr4ru.l.l foll-3,.1 t. WALTER A. TAY10R, Atlanta. Oa. vm pa moo's r in ("KLtnrnHT coaniaL ii tt.i.i i.l.l.l Tt. U.Zj 31 1E3 1 3ST. um ! CET JwlRJ .esTV A iy r.)v Si. V" lfiiru. 1?.ST9 llu'M'sin' Stockholder Meeting. LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highost price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs deliver-e- d at any station of the &N., K.C. orO.S.R. J. OTTENHEIMER. Crab Orchard, Ky Natlooal Bank will be held at tbelrhadklnn heute In Stanford on the 2d TuesJay In January, 1M0, IUB CUIUilift jemee , They looked, on hU saddened 4and ers. aud rewasted faeo with sharp membered, that the)' had becu, f aUa to a " " mother's' trurti 'And with them always. that memory lingered CRUMBS, JOHN B. MERSHON, Gkrtbubb Gaiuusox. pt CHRISTMAS Sarsaparilla has effected nn entire cure, and I am s now hs well as ever.1'" ATER'S Blacksmith, The STANFORD, KY. IlorMC-Slioeln- L. Special Alcnllon Given to All Kinds of Wagon and Buggy swt It R. Sold by all DruggUts. Work Done j I'rlcc $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J.C. Aver .t Co., Lowell, . Ma., U. Si A. "To-morro- Ague Cure a AYER'S Jjfi ' J9 M V a A V 1 m.: it "!J f OJ MIDST tho freezing weet nnd mow. fMil Til aa,.-- .V" ' 1 ftmfil ftnVi.. juBiiuimiuumtuHiva, n .Ifli'n UI144 OUW 44 J'J UillV l.t away, But scatter out your T . IS WAURANTED to euro Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague Itlllous Fever, Dengue (or "llrraik-bone- " Fuver), Liver Complaint, aud all dbcasea arMug from Malarial poison?. ail rich land with wmforUMe liaprorement., : InVeparate tracta., Alo ISO near htan oM. All 1 Knob lind on Muon'iUip, lately ofthla land haaUeu can e plat rue. wUhlryt lo purchuo low for raah or on any rcaaonable time, Will cent; with ntore.t.tepcr FKMSBm ftanlbrd, Kt r of l a. I lute nuiaU three iiaall tracts of good llanilru rotkUndjot." containing IS .Icrrii, one (to Vrrrarand the third Acre, the latter I T ilf W W iii . ' '""f..""', H Through Coachoa and Pullman Slooplng Oars. Fro in IiOlllHVllIu lo YmllnK! nd weanllnca) that I will 1 anyofrnr tin femal.e, ajed baee etlnUJ u win Dekeof Vlalntlew, a supulor animal: or I cxthaogo for fat hesa. Am orrratoekeJ. f m llno Hliortliorn lhilln, A nd lo CIiIuiku. Cliicluiiatl to CIUchro, IntllaimpollH to CIiIci'iko THROUGH TIME TABLE Via Uulitllle- crumbi And ,liyo your door upon tho latch For w whoever comoj; The poorer thoy, more welcome give, jt, And scatter out your crumbs. ' All have to spare, none aro too poori When want and winter comes; The loaf U never all your own. Then tcntter out tho crumbs. Somo winter falls upon your Iifo, The day of reckoning comes; Against your sins, by high decree, Aro weighed these scattered crumbs. "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen months sitf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of dyer's dguo Cure, and have never since had a chill. I :.! MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDB. - Arr. Lafayttte. " Chtoafg, . Via l.e. UMtlarlJU 7 4J a m Wpraj pn i it) a w la 00a m 7 B to p I Propr i.Te. Arr. IiKllanapoIli Unrlnnatlr i .t so unrinoatl ........ I Dr. J. woo-begon- o face. rnEr.vnr.D by G. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maaa. Sold by all Druggists. EDWJX miltPEli." This Old and Well - Known Hotol Stui mainiauis ilb High Reputation, Proprietor l Iti 8hafl be riecondDetermined that to no Country It Hotel in the State in Hi Fare, Appointmenti, or Atten tion to Comfort of AND I i 4j a I !. . in Chlcigu...... iMpial CUan " P1I )Iallyecept Sunday. L'e ., i ia .. hi lure yonr ticket rea la via the (U MONON ROUTE, N. A. A C. It'j) aa It la th end moat direct line to Chlr nuikMi. the twit go and wlnta In IheNortlmvai. Christmas dawned, whlto and wintry. Snow covered the earth and clung to the bare trees liko garments of whlto fur. The air was full of whirling crystoltts and tho earth was full of music. It was the kind of ChrUtmas which naturo Intends shall bo "merry"; when overy sound clinks through the air; when tho horses' feet are heard grinding tho gritty snow half a mile away; when bells ring out crisp and clsar; when laughter is heard far out upon the hlUs ; when Joy is spontaneous and sorrow forgotten; when the north wind brings courage and the day brings pence on earth and good will to men. Ayer's CherryPectoral Should bo kept constantly at hand, for uso lu emergencies of the household. Many a mother, startled In tho ulght by the ominous soundi of Croup, finds tho littlo sufferer, with red and swollen face, gasping for nlr. In tueh cases Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Is invaluable. Mrs. Emma Gcduey, 15D AVcit 12S it., New York, "Whllo lu tho country, last writes: winter, my littlo boy, three iars old, was taken 111 with Croup; It seemed as If ho would die from strangulation. Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral wai tried In small and frequent docsk and, In less than half au hour, the little patient was breathing cosily. The doctor said that tho Pectoral saved my darling's life." Mn. C'hns. 11. Limdoit, liullf old, Couu-- t ttiltvs: "Aycr's Cherry Pectoral their Quests. WM. 8. .tlALDWIif.n I Raws wlllbsemTyed to cfcarae. Special ttttot to .- " commercial always aipslled with tne choleeal LluioriaadCtgere. breade of iriir. "''1,II0I", KENTUCKY '". P A.,Chlca0. A.J.O'REILLV.O.8. A., lJ3ulaTlll. CENTflHL L I Dyspepsia & Astbma . "IlliicGru8Ji lloiKc.1 Shortest and Quickest Routo from Oeu tral Kentnckj to all Points North, East, West and 8outhwet. Faat Line lletween Mistaking tho silenco for hsnlnesx, Keller continued: "The matron told me to tell you about it Maybe if you knew how Davy tookonyon wouldu't want him to stay tVro; but if ho is to stay we'll all do our host to comfort him, tlioiiRh uothin' glvei him any heart. Ho never says anything but, 'I want to go homo.' It rings in my ears so I can't boar what folks U wiyin' to mo half tho time." Bo nobody answered. him. Ho went back to tho almshouse and under-too-k tho difficult taik of reconciling Davy to bo patient until Christmas. It was seven days ahead, and these be explained to the feeble mind of the big, homesick child by stringing seven beans on a stout thread, one to be token off each day until Christmas was reached. Davy understood aftor much labored explanation that tho beans represented days, and when the lost oue had been taken off he could go home. It would have been usoless and hopeless to try to tell him that his invitation homo was limited to dinner. lie could not havo understood it Besides, John Keller, the matron and all his sympathizing friends at tbu poorbouso naturally hoped that when bo was onco at home the difllculty of sending fciiu away again would sottlo tho question in Ills favor. By evening ho was so much Imbued with hope that he sat in the big sitting room without tears In his eyes and rocked Lizzie Ann an hour or more. His faou, which a fortnight ngo had boen round aud rosy, was whlto and haggard ; his eyes, which had danced with babyish pleasure tha day ho arrived, wore now dim and hollow, and his onco thubby hands wero thin and nervous. He was like Davy's wan and weary ghost, nnd I aot like tho real Davy at alL Poor old imbecile Isaac, who had been one 0 lbs county's children for half a dozen Atter somo talk among themselves Georgo said: "Well, tell Davy he can come homo ou Christmas and cat his Christmas dinner. .You'll bo coming into town; you can fetch him, enn't your Tho Keller noddal, feeling as grateful as If the favor were to himself1. His honest soul had been so moved by Davy's sufferings that anything looking toward a ray of comfort for tho boy was precious to kind-hearte- d it became an inthat had not barked mate of the poorhouse, a whittled wooden monkey with hollow eye, and similar gifts of the sympathizing but impoverished friends who surrounded him, nnd placed them in a row on the window silL Sitting down them, with Lizzio Ann in his arms, ho announced that he was ready. How could thoy tell lilm that he was not to s, go; that all hU jMitient waiting had been that ho had been cheutod with lies; that the home he louged for had shut its doors agalast hlml At last thoy told him. At ilrst ho could not' understand and answered everything with the dedeivo assertion, "I'm going home," as though that wero tho bum of all wisdom, solved all problems, straightened all misunderstandings aud settled all difficulties. But when the truth was made plain to him and he understood, he raised his arms to his head in sudden agony and, with a cry that had in it all the despair of his cheated soul, slipped from his chair to the floor. When his eyes opened after he bad boen lifted upon his bed they seemod to have lost all recollection of his disappointment, and were strangely bright and glad. A smiling soul looked out from them In peaco before It started on its noiseless Journey, Those eyes saw something others could not see, for Davy's sick face became radiant, transfigured, HU lips moved and expressive, beautiful. he whispered joyfully, "I'm going home," In another moment he had gone not to that home he had pined for and which had shut him out; but to that hotter one, which U away from all beliUbness and above all cruelty. Like many wiser mortals hU spirit had gone into its new life, loving and trusting those who had done him to death. As tho Carson family was sitting down to dinnor with the friends for whose sake Davy had been excluded, John Keller rattled up to the rate lu the almshouse wagon. He deliv ered this message with uncovered head at the lu usu-les' Davy was brighter than usual that morning. The bopo which had not before boen 6trong enough to lighten hU hw.ry heart beamed over his wan faeo like sunshine. His eyes were very bright and very efrger. "I'm going home," wero hU first words. spoken with something like gbulnms in hU voice. At sight of John Keller he jumped from his chair with bis alacrity and handed him tho last black bean of the seven which liad btoodbotween him aud paradUe. He gathered together his small possessions a few gins button", n lanio top, tho fox old-tim- e Can Ho Cnrctl. . .11... sla vtgtvalM i -- Aft I) h Aw rP.UorIDdUc..loo..ndone, Two-tl.tr- too. , b' P of Ih. chron le d U- ti?? physlelini. '?.v j i'"8 ,D'ir apiwuio, 'yu. -r . 7iCn7t Tntoiaeare loaioi ." nan. ulloeaa or weight In the stomach, occaa tonal n In Tomltlng. aridity, flatulence, dull pa or glddl- tho heid. with a eenaallon or heat reu " m- --, LEXINGTON A OIXOIXXAT1 Bchwlule In Effoct Oct. II, llsj. Bouib-Book- d rT?oTl7 No7T Dally 10 Rom" ""I"? ".. l? -' . .1 ..I. Ilallnfl nt itim hAart. ""-T.hVn. Zi ThTi.armntomi bl. CoTlogton Lt. Falmouth " ouo. DR. HOLT'S 8 to a in Saved My Life, and alio the life of my littlo son. Aft ho li troubled with Croup, I dare not bo without this remedy In tho lioum." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Mass., writes: "My children have repeatedly taken Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for Cotigln nnd Croup. It gives Immcdluto relief, followed by cure." Mrs. Mary K. Kvan, Scranton, Pa., writes: "I have two littlo boys, both of whom have been, from Infancy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. Aboiiw tx months ago we began using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, nnd It nets IlkuNa charm. In a few minutes after the child takes It, ho brcathc3 easily and rests well. Kvery mother ought to know what a blessing I have found In Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. Win. C. Kcld, Freehold, X. J., writes : "In our family, Aycr's medicines have been blcsslngi for many years. In cases of Colds and Coughs, we tako Elixir Dyspeptic you. WILIa " Cynthlana.... " IalnElon "" uhe Lte. I'arla. Arr. Wtncheater " lUehmond... 01 a ra 10 W p d tO a til It UOpui 5 13 v U 1747 p ru pin 11 M a u II II tSllis IHnn (17piu ojj 7 Es, fluo. prol 1 CO prn Jl. Ky.7i-6Kor aalo by Dr, M. L. llourDf , Slanford, li M pw i 1 inn " Lancaitr......1 triS pint 11 Kowlan.1 C 00 pml Lre. KicIiujiU. . . --' OJ p in . Arr. 45 JO a m II ul p rn; 8 23 p m ji iui in p a u ptr I 11 All Open -- Letter! 1 " l''T'nuin. Uoain-Bocs- llr. a . 8 Ji) .. J5. ila.; p to . . IHIIMMNIM 3 IN Wltltll- - Mo. 11 No. No. 1 It camo upon tho mlduight clear. That glorious song of old, From angW lieudlug near tho earth To touch their harps of gold: "Peace to tho earth, good will to men Tho world in solemn Htilltwa lay To hear tho angeU sing. From Heaven's klugl" AIIa LADIES iiii Dnertr INTERESTED HEAD" IT. Dklaih, Ox., Not. r.Lv-r- i 6, 1SSI. Still through the cloven skies thoy cttno. With peaceful wings unfurled; And still their heavenly muiio float Oe'r all the weary world; Above its sad and lowly plains They bend ou heavculy wings, And ever o'er Us Babel sounds The blessed irageU sing. ualng your wonder. Tenialo Ilcgulator,' i my family for a long time, ana i warn 10 suffering ones ef my sex that there nercr waa anythlniteiualtoit. Would to Ood that erery allllitud woman lo our land knew of Ha wonderful Tlrtues andcuretlre powers m I uo. I bsto uiw wviirw- -1 havobten ful remedy, ''Dr. Bradfleld's I.TB. Llrluirtton. 8 CO a ml. I. 1UW am Arr. Richmond . It a ml. LreT Rowland .......I. 7 III ami, ' . , Lanraater -.. 8 05 a ml Arr. Richmond II Midi, I.Te. Richmond OOJam IMpia Arr. WlncboiUr., atn 2 2Sam S t aia Arr 1'arli S 73 am ' 7 M Lre. LoxtnirtOQ m 3 40 p mi .,... J 30 a m 8 80 p ra Lre I'arla ..- M 4 j Cynthlam Falmouth . Arr, Corlnton ..jll 8a 8 5J m 0 AS a m 5 8 61 p m 5 51 pin 4 4ft p rn 8 37 pm m 8 00 p 111 8 43 pm 20pm 70 pm MAT.SVIILE 1IBANCII. Noaru-Uoox- .m Yet with the woes of , sin and strife The world has suffered long; have rolled Beneath the augel-strai- n Two thousand years of wrong; And man at war with maa bean not Tho love-son-g which they bring; Ob I hush the noise, ye men of strife, And hear the angels sing. Ayer's Gherry Fectoral, and the Inconvenience U soon 11Y aboutsyearanaahalfago.andl child i..l nf It ilnco the birth ofdomy lut had It think forgotten." not been for this yaluabie meaicine, a wuu.u been u... To. 81, Illy Ex. I Sun.IEx. Bun. IToTSJT XHlly Lre ritErARED BED -- BIDDEN FOB LIFE! Dr. J. G. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mail. Bold by all Druggists. I And ye, beneath life's crushing load. Whore forms are bending low; Who toil along the climbing way With painful steps and slow-L- ook now I for glad and golden hours Come swiftly on the wing; Obi rest beside the weary road, And hear the angels sing. For lol the days are hastening on, By prophet bards foretold, When with the ever circling yearn, Conies round the ago of gold. When pence tball over all the earth Its ancient splendors fling, And the whole world send bock tho song Which now tho augels sing. Edmund II. Beaks. door: "Your brother Davy U dead. When wo told him this morning that bo couldn't come home ad he had expected to, his heart broke. He was weakened and worn with homesickness and tho disappointment killed him." He spoko with calm simplicity and without reproach lu hU voice. He knew that tha y, felly rellered and cured. Igl'e tnia enaorsemeni without sollclUtion, and freely, for the benefit ol To thoe dtilrlng aJJIllontl reading matter we tbeiuObrlngonesotniy sex. will club the Mm. ANN iuiir. Very respectfully, SEMMYEEKLY INTEIUOK JOURNAL Female Dleeasei, mail BendforourTreatlaoon As follows: ed free. Addreaa 13 00 Willi the WefVly TUE BKADFIEU) ItEOULATOB CO., 2 80 New Yoik World " " Box 38, Atlanta. Qs. 3 00 New York Bud M. h. BOURNE, Stanford, Ky. Foreale by DH. S 00 Harper's Courlfr-JouruaL CLUBB1TO RATES. But thanks to a kind Trorldence, I wai directed to 1U use end my life and health hare beeh spared me. Ifroy means would admit of It I would nerer be without It in my noiue. t h..TMommcnded It to a number of my friends and without exception they Iisto all btou wonder- Arr Mlllerahurg.. ' Cerllele....... 1. " Lexington.., " Pari CoTlnaton-.- ., 7 23 a m " MayifllU TI...A. wn, . 8 47 a in 8 08 a in -- in os a m io to a m .7. Hotmi-RottM- Dally Ually Ex. Hun. Ex. 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C. hat Until lh lead Ih t lln. vvr.piiY tiaioen uulial uwl"1 iiro.. I'ant. l.fc Hi f.ni..t m. ?W Cloclnnail.E1jW Kiljli:n.l nuw tint. ll ainol. in. i. jinn mmm ctae(the p Mom. A. L. SMITH. Ihm " cnieter, Loxlngton and Corlngton; other tralor are dally except 8unday. Direct conn. ctlona are made at Wlncheilor with Cheaapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling. Aihland, Huntington, Cbarleiton, W. Va.( and Eastern clt- f',VLL,,D'-- ' Noi' 8 n'1 run Tla Winchester, Bolld Trains, with rullman Sleeping C.ra lotweec Cincinnati ami Itlrhmnn.l V. ...I uni u... and Waiblngton, D, C. inrougn iicteia ana bawago checkod to aur lUitlnatlon reachr.1 by t railroad. Paaaongcr Agent. .a .t.ll. k... w. r. S.Mhy tntglu i.u. l. iiijMtd 1 tTinglon, Ky, Tray. Pim. Agent, Lrxlotton. ttr ti'