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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886010101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semt weeklo ntefio & VOL. XIV. Career of Member of the Club. Ctub.1 IIJme-KIl- n . mtfturi NO. 86, CAXDIDATI8. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1880. mother Gardner Tortrays the Downward GEO. O. BARNES. 'Fralso the Lord. Qod Is Loveand ing Else." Noth- ML SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. I V- - Your former corrrrpordent, Dr. H. A. Offlee South side Main Street, two doors above Lee, of Indiana, acoooipinied by Dr. IV. B. WITHEBS the Myers Hotel: of Iowa, spent Christmas among us. Is a CtDdidste for Assossor, subject to the action Pare Nitrons Oxide Gas administers! when reicl TttrmUtua nmlJFrlilav quired. -- AT They are at present attending a medical ofthe Domocracy. ANNUM, CAHH. 8a college In Cincinnati, Dr. Lee look BuAUJEDAMroRE, India, Nov, 17, '85 DB. W. B. PENNY, E. D. KENNEDY It U understood If we credit thit 11.80 will be well, having gained forty pounds Xontl8t. CONTINUED FHOM LAST 183UK. sTTTfTLU BTANFOBD, KENXOCKT. and demanded. Is a Candldstefor Assessor, subject to the action ol In our family of six do you ask by in ten years. Office oa Lancaster street, next door to Iav-ato- a what names we are distinguished by the A serious accident happened at O. W. toe vcinocrauc piny. Journal ot&ce. Offlce hours from S to 13 h, Snd 1 to 8 r. M. Anesthetics administered wttaa W. P. WALTON. servanle? I will tell you. Beginning with Ettes' on Saturday, last. Jake Wall, handnecessary. llSMyr. w GEOKGE S. CARPENTER g ing a pistol, let it go off by tbe youngest: George is known, by a certain iiony of fate, ss the "chola bsba" some means, the ball going through Wm. Is a Candidate for Coantr Clerk, subject to the action of tbe Democracy. (little baby); Will is tbe "cbotasshib" (lit- T. Binder's arm, coming out at the elbow. IS MADE. HOW tle muter); Msrie is the "misti bsba" (ba-b- j Two medical students were present who SI. JOHNSON Dressed Plae Flooring, Ceiling, Weather. of a "larger growth" than cbota); examined and dressed tbe wound. The Boards, Piniahing Lumber, Green Is a Candldsle for Auestor of Lincoln county, sub OLA39 OF HICH'SCHOOL PUPIL3 "Cousin Judie" is "total rahib" (female wound is not necessarily dangerous if the joct to tbe action ol tbe Democracy. Lumber in tbe Sough, including T" VISIT A PAPER-MILmaster of the diminutive order; or 21 clasa surgery is not. , Latha and Shingles. Christmas has passed with the usual authority); mama is the "mem sahib" feWILLIS C. HARNETT I'or the convenience of our customers In Hun- Stnta Claus has been profuse Is a Candidate lor the offlco of Jailer of Lincoln lom ana vicinity we nave arrange! witu (Jrn. ! Manufactured male mauler of the supreme cantlt; 1st class iollfications. Host Wrapplnc-rttpa- r subject to primary election of tbe DemoI), ircrtt'cn to keep on bis yards an assortment SWiAillrlty ir tho Machinery Trans. authority): while I m the "burra sthib" in his distributions lo the young ones The county,part otour Lumber, where they can gt It ascheapaa cratic j. from us direct. lie will alto make estimates for (great tnnMer; hrad of the whole party). ocly marked variation in our ususl festivi forlantlnit of Straw ami Old lUipe any bills not on bsn Is, which we will fill on short' Jviinn UUtoitcal facts. "Mislrera" in in etrictnew, not a recognizad ties hss been, we have had a glorious revivnotice. IV. T. SAUNDERS 31EL VI X & DA VIS, Lily, Ky. title in tbe family, and there is do word in al in tbe matrimonial line. Several hard Is a Candid'ato lor Jailer, subject to tho action ol t, (i or the language to express it. As you see cases have gotten off who were bordering tbe Democracy. csicrn riowman. spout U roaJlng on tho Ait art: unpleasantly on the threshold of bachelor-dom- . abore, it is simply "female master;" a rjaly fortbo vUlt Oa the 21th inst., at (he residerce T. M. PENNINGTON fact, as indicating the position of to the will which kail boon iirnuised for by tbo foroman of nonenuy ascribed to the wretched women of Cbas. Daugheriy, by the Bev. J. M. Is a Candidate forCounty Clerk ol Lincoln, sub' tboto. Tbey wero mot tbo iulli; wb took them to tho bofclnnlnR of of Ibis country. They are without souls I Coleman, Mr. James Camden to Miss cct to tbe action o( tbo Democracy. tbo work. "Our natter". salJ be. "Is wado THE INTERIOR JOURNAL beliere, in the Mahommedan system. And Charlotte T. Daugherty, also on the same of (tram-- , old ropo and "tin tipor. ltyo JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD day, by tbe same parson at the residence of -- And the Louisville- practically, Hindoo rnd Mahommedan straw ia used, tt bolnjc bettor wlaiitod to tba Mrs. Elizabeth Tinsley, Mr. Wm. Is a Candidate for County '.Attorney ot Lincoln, purpose Iban any other and lu fact tho only alike, treat them as animals, created for straw that U uul to any ox tone. It U Tinsley. pa the 31st subject to tbe action ol the Democracy. tbelr pleasure or terrice. taken from the load nod cut Into place Mr. John Dougherty to Miss Ella B. BinOne year for only 83 two pipers for little The greatest change I eee, next to rail, about two Inched lour In a straw cutter, JUDGE T. W. VARKON more tban the price of one. and) tbo 0 carried to the loft to U put,lu tba roads, since my sojourn here in '54 01, is, der. Scarcely a Diugherty is left in (his to tbe office of CounIs aCandldste for which I ahall soon show you. The boiler In the accea to the women of the country. section remaining now. By paying us S3 you will receive for one yoar ty Judge, subject to tbe action ofthe Democracy. bera," a he went to another ropayou your home paper with the l, the obtained by the faithful and indefatigable through thU maThe Supreme Court of California depari of the room, "It put representative newspaper of the South, democrat(or a tariff for revenue only, and tbe best, Tho tame ic and Zicanamiestonary workers. All honor to cided that the certificate of marriage pre chine and cut Into amall plica. . SWOPE brightest and ablest lamlly woekly In the United tvrant. U don vriti Alt rajs that ws uw. tbe detr, devoted women who have pioneer- tented by Sarah Althea Hill, purporting to Is a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject States. Thoso who desire to examine a sample ' ' "Ul climax cum las uiva. x uoara uei. uo cony of the JtOIMNO AND UEATINO. can do so at this office. bin boastln' dat do rloli must dlvldo ed and continued this work. Female medi- show that she Senator Shannon were tojthe action of tho Democracy. Tbo next oiMtratlou." said tho foreman It had blm, an' oonclulod to watch my hon cal missionaries are a decided feature in husband and and was wld a fogery nnd the adwife, to boll the draw and rags. Thit It tha coop. About 'lebon o'clock de professor GEOKGE IJ. COOPER boiler, tvnl he ihowedthema hollow tphero sbowod up. 1 bail twouty-twventuress is left out in the cold, hons. the evangelism, of this decade. These penechoice OHIO BY. Is a candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject flftasn foet In diameter. "Thit boiler will Ho had none. Ho was gwlno to dlvldo wld trate, where other women even, could not McPrerson is said to be preL bold alx tout of it raw. Wo put In It lime mo and take 'loben. My frent. I can't go; by the inexorable law of human suffer paring an elaborate speech in answer to to the action of tho emocratle party. and carbonato of wxla, anl forcu In steam 'rnclly dlscrlb) what hnpjwnel orter T got Keuiuckj'H Route East at a trret uro of tlxty pounds. Thit takoi my pawson blm. but I know ho wsrffawny ing, crying for relief. A noble band of Senator Beck, and Secrotary Manning will JAMES P. BAILEY out all the silica and softens thottraw. You empty.kaolod, llmpln', sore an' In do bands these laborers, almost entirely speak before tKfe Senate Committee op Fi Is a caodfdste for Circuit Clerk, subject to the acboy inty hae notice! wbsro a straw.pile ofanolll-or- . He am no longer a Member from our own Menaiweb, are maVjicg them- - nance. tion ol the democratic party. kadbpea burial a glatsy subttnnoo. Tblt otdltclub. Ifdar' am any odle member pelves Washington, Philadelphia and felt as a poster for good, from Cape Sunday was the eighty-sevent- h birthIt aillcaf It comet from tbo itraw and mutt wl,l rtolalltle Ideas now would bo li good Now York. bogottin out of It, boforo ko can make time fur blm to make a grab fur his kajt an' Cjmorin to Pesbawur. And Lady Dullerin, day of the philanthropist WilT. D. NEWTiAND ' The only line running papor. our worthy Viceroy's wife, is now heading liam Wilson Corcoran, of Washington, Is a cacdldste lorShcrlfl of Lincoln county, sub' back down sle'ri'' ,, The flxt ojtsrntiou, reJucIns th ttraw Ject to the action of the democracy. a movement, that is being immensely paI'ULLMAX NEW SLEEPING CARS D.C. It done In ths 'heater,' TIiuiikIiU fur tbo Seutou. orrnzti tronized by native princes and the wealthy AMD which li In tli't next room. You o It It an Now Vork Herald I'rof. Brooks has discovered another W. Is. DAWSON oral tub about tun feet tons and flvo feet At this eeaton of the your rich people in England, for providing skilled medical comet, and Prof. Swift has found a star of SOLID wide. It l cut In two lengthwise by a parought to Ugln to mako up tholr minds to attendance upon the sick and euffering wo- tbe sixth magnltute. VB0M Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, tub , tition that It about (Ire feet Ion, loarlnR a glvo up aometblng to tho poor. Tbow who Joct to t he action of the Democratic party. Lexington, Ky., Louisville, Cincinnati oachonl. nro clwwflttel con tost their sympathy for men of India; first through competent rtspaooc-- about three feet at Daughters, Wives and Mothers. to Washington Oity, pr&ctitioneis from Knjland and AmeriAround thit trough tbo pulp travel. On tholr kind by handing a plugged dime to n HASI. fif . OWENS We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's Ca- Connecting In the same depot with a cylinder rorolrlnc ono tide you blind U'ggar, anl thou when the snow foils ca; aud afterwards native women, thorough Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subthollcon,a Female Remedy, t cure Female tblt cylin ler and tin bottom of the tbey may work thomwlvot up to giving a Fast Trains for Now York. ly trained in physic and surgery by these luchai Ovsrlan troubles, Inflammation and ject to tho action of tbo Democratic party. On ths cylinler are sack ot coal to sums freezing family. tank th p ilp The Direct Route to Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing ribs, anl ribt toar tba ttraw aud ragt Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia coneral thing New Yorkers nro sclentiucallr educ&tcd female instructors. As a '.Barrenness, Change D. R. CARPENTER, and North Carolina Points. Tbo cyllaUr can bo raliod and geuerouv There Li a vast deal ot human in plow It is a grand charity, that I hope will be down felling, Irrfguladtlci, many weakneases springot Llfc,Itichorrbcca, besides For tickets and further information, apply to lower I, anl thai at tho pulp become flnor ympttuy in this big city. Money Jumpt responded to by the Is a Candldito for as County Attorney, your nearest ticket otlice or address W. w. Monrich, in America, also, ing from the above, like Hcadacho, Bloating, SpiIt patiet tbrjujh a smaller space till It le out of pocket-book- s nt tho call ot honett subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic party. roe, DlT. Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington coiu.ilnenoiulu All the Urn the pulp tthllanUironbtt at a dog leapt from bis when presented; as I think it may bo soon. nal Weakcoas, Sleepleitncai, Nervous Debility, Ky. i. water It iwluz pou"' kennel when hliiwiiter whittles. There are In what could Kphraim nnd Manasseh so I'alrdtstlon ol the Heart, dc. For salo by it in tblt tub froth O. W. N9IITII, H. W. FULLER, JA3IES W. ALCORN I the dlxty waUr drained All itomo, however, who are so woakly selfish readily begin oil. Trices !1 and tl 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. on It an Oen'l Paaa'r Ag't. Oen'l Manager, to confederate as in a mutual Hlchmond. Virginia. fin pulp, that thoy gruffly rofuso to others what they tho material Is uow rJucl to J. B. M archill, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. IsaCadldateforClrsult Judge in the this Disattempt to uplift our poor sisters here. I For sale hr Penny A McAUster, Druggists. trict, ruujectto the action of lbs Democracy. and b rwa ly for making tho paper. want thomlvet, nnd os they happon to want everything thoy can get, theso otbors am for this "confederacy" heart and soul. siinrrsor rci.r. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. kTbe pulp It ump.d Into a box from mutt bo satisfied with nothing. Buch people The old one has died out long ngo. "We R. C. WARREN a 'possum and TbebrstSaWe In tbe world tor Cuts. Bruises which it flj 1 1 thit trough at thit uud and ore llko th run who caughtsuppor." "Who be brethren" has "slain the enmity" once Sores, Bait Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped 'a khnll Love n ble Is a Candidate for to the office of Com a stroam of water It foroed In from below, .oi,i asked. "Only two," existing. Now, I long for the one that will Hands, Chilblains, Corns and allBkin Eruptions, monwealth's Attorney ot tbe 8th Judicial Dls ba to rut to ipruid the pulp evenly over thit will b thsrer "mi was tho ttottum." . trlct, subject to tbe action of the Democracy. and introduce the millennial reign. It will not and positively cures riles, or no pay rei ulred. I, OHIO & MISSISSIPPI n. surfaco. It llowt now over tblt lino wire he nnswerc-dsurfaco through which tho pulp drop but be, till the "twelve tribes, scattered abroad," is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money Tlio Itnuiljr of tho I..tktlilo Zoo. Price 23 conts per box. For sale by refunded. O. II. WADDLE all sticks and dirt that bar otcapd to far (Chicago Herald 1 kuow their destiny and name once more. A through line and old established route nro hold by the wlro. You so now these atiout dudes," aud the old follow No gleam of light, is there, from scripture, Penny MoAHster. a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of The direct "Talkln' Is from two cylinder ara covered with felt. Each cove a rusty chuckle, "that fellow In tbo the 8th Judicial Dlfrlct, subject to tbe action of Wonderful Cures. tbe Democratic party. runt at the edge of a trough which hat two caribou's park with bis chin restln' on tho for this poor earth, apart from Israel's reVt'. D. Uoyt & Co., wholesale and retail Drugor threo Inchot of pulp In It. Tho pulp retta Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and his legtrunnln' nearly up cognition. Do not blame me then, dear gists olUome, Oa., say: "We have been selling npalmt tba crllndors anl at tbey revolve llmbf a treecnttt 'am nil Into tbo shade. and all points in the West. to tho leavet reader, for writing "Eureka" or joining the Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and JOHN S. TAN WINKLE Mm aolid partirlot tulher to tba felt while He's a blue crano. and was caught down Salvo for two years. Have nsr-e- r tho wator flows otT. Tbow thin bitt of south In a tall sycamore. The bird Is actu- "Church of England" or urging the speedy Rucklen's Arnica a Candidate for Circuit Judge of tbe Stn Dis- Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louis. handled goods that aell as well, or give such is trict, subject to the Primary election ol the Dempulpcim togel'u-- r on the toconi cylinder ally mathed on his shapo. When woraon "confederacy" of theso called Anglo-SaxThree (3) Daily Trains from Cincinnati universal satlafactlon. There have been some ocratic party to be held tbe 1st Saturday in March, to bt. Louis. mako ono tboot of papor. and como to look at him It's absolutely slck'nin' race. You wonld do all three, it you wonderlul cures effected by these medlclcd In this 180. to bo done now it to prou to too tbo dandy stalk up and down his yard. "Whatreroilnt Only XO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati out the water, dry the papor, and give It a Jn.t look at the walk of hlm-f- or all the saw, as I do. what lies just behind all these. city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption to St. Louis. tmooth surfaes. An J lint this ptpor pathos world like ths strldo ot a lad on stilts." But, seeing not, of course, I seem lo you have been entirely cured by the use of a lev botNew Diicovcry, taken In connectles of Dr. Klcg's between rollers which subject It to Iminonvs Tho Only Lino by which you can, but a "fanatic" or "enthusiast," at best. tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them Store nearly all the water A Idtrgo SIickI County. procure and quoo got a Through Slooping Car Well, "search the ecriptures," is all I have always. Bold by Fenny A McAUster. (1) (Chicago Tbnet.1 out of IU It thou passes over a series ot Tbo large and desirable Store Room In Tub From Cinclnatl to St. Louis. hollow cvllnJert 01ld with ttoanu which Fresno county, California, It almost twice to sav. "They are they that testify" of building, fronting on Main St. An Enterprising, Reliable House. It, and then to tho calendering roll na tbo state of Connecticut, four nhat I constantly affirm. dry nt largo rpVisa O OOAVX. Is tbe only line running ArlVT through trom If they appear Penny A McAlliter can always be relied upon Is torrent. Apply to Louisville Alio Tboto are heavy .tool rolli, varr mootk, times at large as Delaware, eight times as tf 11 1'. ir.l arO.V, Stanford. aud Cincinnati to St. Louts, all other routos being to great procure and do for largo nt Rhode Island, Jmt tho size of strange, then as "a stranger" welcome them. not only to carry In stock the best of everything which subjsct It made up of a combination of small roads. n doot to clothing, Masacbutotu, end oxcoods the entire stats Some Ime thus "entertained angels una but to secure tho Agency for such articles as have It about what tbo n merit, and are popular with the peo imoothrtt It thoroughly. The piper that of New Jersey by an nrea of 5W square wares." The Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial BUILDERS ATTENTION! Eleenlnz Cars on night trains: Luxuriant Par- you mm ben It utal only for wr.ipplug-pac-r miles. We had a sweet batch of letters by the ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of betn; at lor tars on usy trains: Elegant Day loaca- l'orllnltbln ways enterprising and ever reliable. Having sepiper for writing or es on all trains. last mail from America, and I notice, with We arc now prepared to furnish all kinds ot lumcured tbe Agency for the celebrated Dr. Ring's ber In tbe rough and agents for planing mills. Direct and close connections are made In UNION tine book paper u eiilng li utod to give a Klii-.- l or Cotton. A Curious great jjy, that our friends in Macasash New Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a Keep constantly on hand drested tloorlng, celling, flnor turfaee." DEPOTd wltb diverging lines by tbeO. A M. (Chicago Tribune wtber-boardlndoors, sasb, blinds, moulding Railway, thus avoiding troblesomo trsns- pomk ihstAuicai. I'.vrr. Tho Hon. Thompson Hlrd, coinrulni loner have, thus far, looked upon the "new de- positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and Ac, at lowest prices. fers by other routes. 3'Jtt Ti.o r.a'yit!tnt'iol tho Inner barkt of the of agriculture, has in bit ofllco auoxtonslvo parture" with a fairness of opinion, that every affection ot the Throat, Lungs nnd Chest, A JIETCALF. JlllIGllT Tbe Ohio A Mlstlsslppl Hallway Is the only line papyrus pWnt to wrlto upin. the Innermott curiosity in tho way of nn agricultural pro-du- it contrasts favorably with some "stingers" and loihow our confidence, we Invite you to call between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis (I) andgetsTttalliottlo Free. under one msnsgsment, running all its which wiu grown on tho place of belnx tlw Hnett mid the oub'r tbo coarott. trains tnrougn souu ana in consequence fmtr grale of paper worn mado city. It is a cotton we have received from Ephralm, Our dear Hcborteu of this At leatt Route beIs recognised First-ClaConsumption Cured. FOR SALE OR RENT. from tblt plant, tbo flnoit of which wat plant, hybrldiwJ, nbout fourteen foot lu friends mav we sure we will appreciate a tween those Cities, An old physician, retired from practice, having tbo priosti an I could not bo bight, and I all to bo capablo of produc onlv bv word of kindness, just now, more than Apply to ticket Agents of connccttug lines for -- M!Y HOUSE A.PTO IiOThad placed In bis hanJs by an East India minion lid till covered with facrol writing. In ing four balot to tho aero should n success- ever, because one must look at such a full particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars tran ary the formula of a simple vcgeUblo remedy for cut at ful culture of It bo nccoiniill'hod. Tho or any desired Information, or write to making tblt n plocj of the bark wot On Danville Avenue, In Stanford. Tbe bouse conP.OBT. H. FOUJIAN, largo at pottlbl, nnl auotber plow put on proce-- by which It Is mature 1 it nt follows: sitional period, from the general public, the speedy and permtnsntcure of Consumption, tains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. Lot well improvTrar. Pass. Ag't 0. & M. H'y. Somerset. Ky. with stall, buggy it kO tbo flbrot crotHod oach other. Hilt Early In tba inorniug boforo tha blossoms for "more kicks than half, pence." It is Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat aud ed, stablesmoke Ghouses and a house, wagon shed, W. M. PEABODV. W. B. SHATTUC. cittern, alt coal and Ucn. Pass. Ag't, was dona nhllo tbo pum wasyotlntbo oiwn tho stamens of tbo cotton blossom oit tbe toll-fePres. and Ucn'l Msn'gr, for progress in anything really Lung ASectlons, also a positive and ra Ileal cure new and lu good repair. Enquire on premises. Cincinnati, U. bark. Tim plocet were then rrcttod together taken out, and tho pistils of tho cotton nro for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, C?- -t J, It. 1UGGIXS. But cufls or caresses we are afl-- r bavlng tostcd Its wonderful curative powers and dried in tho tun. Tbo Chines made hybridized by tho pcllen of nn okra blos- good. beginning the oarly lapr ot era nndatIt the supposed tbeyotutod som. The hybridtoIzsd blossom is then do-d 'stusdfajtly minded" to go qn. We have, in thousands of cases, has felt It his duty to mske Is prevent Insects from Christian by cloths ' occasionally, to encourage each other, as It known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT auQer-incotton lu making, though tboy did not Dso ing harm. At soon as tbo boll is formed Divid Djdd did bis companion "cheer this motive aud a desire to relieve human rags. tbo cloths are remove!. I will send free of charge, to all who desire The Arablant learnoJ paper making from Mr. ScborUn will socure frou tho two up, my hearty, and heaye ahead; I smell this recipe, In Gorman, French or English, Thomas O. Moore and Laura Moore. On Petition. whonco prollllo stalks ho has rauod this year a blue water." But our despondent moments it, tho Chinese, aud carried it to Bpaln, Notice is hereby given to all whom it may conwith full directions for preparing and using. Sent have it spread to Franco anl UQaliy lo tngmna. ntMni.nt amount of wtod to plant an acre are "few and far between," thank (Jod: by mall by addressing with stamp, naming this cern that Thos. O. Moore Inand Laura Moore beard Louisville & Nashville R. R. this court, to be filed their Joint potltlon Cotton and linen rags were not usod till the of this novel growth. The lint of tho cotton paper, W. A. Nor bs, 119 Powers Block, Koebr at the special term thereof, to bs holden on the -- THE ORKAT- twolfth century, at tho art of reducing Is of tho finest, bolu; s.lky, long, and Jstout and none of tbe hostile criticisms on our8th day of January, I8S8. rraylng tbe court to ter, N. V. It was In flbor. empower Laura Moore, the wltfe of Thomas G. selves; or worse, on "the church" we love, thorn to pulp was not understood. Mnnr. to uie.enlor. aall and COnvCT for her own THROUGH THUNK not till about 1050 that any paper was modo for HIS sake, "move us" in the least from benefit any propertr she may own or acquire, free l'ostlionlng thit ICIatet. In England and tbo prograts of tba art was from the claim and debts of ber husband, and to Y THE our chosen course. TO T11K was another hundred years very slow. It (Philadelphia Call. make contracts, sue and be sued s a single woman was dono In England, and from "My heart is fixed, 0 Godl My heart is and to trade In her own name and dlipo.e of her boforo that Mrs. Guthy (holding up tho new baby) property by will or deed. that time the growth of tho minufactorles Now, then, Mr. Ponsouby, it's your turn fixed;" we sing, in concert, as we travel on; Ordered that this notice bo published in the was very rapid. All tho pulp mode up to noxt Kits little Edith. JouaMAL. aaeml'tvceklr newmipor pub knowing well, how soon the outcome of all lished at Btsnlord, in Lincoln county, Ky., at oxcuso mo, wont this time bad boon pounded or itampod, Ponsonby Ah er wiru will justify the step taken. And one "well least ten dsvs before the sitting ot this court at but about 17(J3 tho cylinder with bladei you I Its Bpecla term of January Sth.lSSO. 1$ wat ou refixs to done" from the Master may well repay even was Invonted by tbo Dutch. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Mrs. Gmhy (Indignantly) Given under my hand as clerk id the Lincoln not long alUr this, porbapt about 1830, that kits tho dear, little girl! Circuit Court tbla 18th day ol December. 1883. the permanent loss of earthly friendship J.P.BAILEY, Mm Wminlrlnler machine such at we have Ponsonby Oh, dear no! I don't refuse 83-- 1 Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. and aflaction, Yet that too will only be Louisville seen, or rather tho forerunner ot that w I oulv ask that tha ceremony bs postponed. to Nashville, bavo soon, was invoiueo, ami mucj mav m - Just repoat the invitation sixteen years "for a moment," RDd destined to be "transneBipliia amount of paper rnado has Increase! anand I will only bo too happy to muted, by one flesh of eternity, Into songs from date Atlanta, nually. oblige. and everlasting joy," Come LORD! come Montgomery, fill Oroon Bhetton People. Little Reck, quickly!" Ever in Jesus, la Con.equenca of Putlcuo. Republican.! v.tt DXINTIST, BURGEONKurrA9, STANFORD, KY. r m wy I'EIl eJ PAPER w rl(icui. "I can't see dat Protestor Tretpass Johnsaid Brother son am In de hall Gardner a he looked up and down. "De took so, I didn't 'tackly 'speot he we d bo. Bortln evenU her occurred to render his abDo seckretary will turn le noo a necojslty. to his name on de roll an' scratch It off, and writa across it In rod Ink do woru exI pelled."' "Whea the secretarkod carried oat tho request the pretidont continued t "tfpto a y'ar ago 1'roSesior Johnson was an active4) retpscted member of d Is club. He was not only a workor In our cause, but ho was Industrious at a man. If he couldn't get work-- at 1.W a day ho got It fur It, It be couldn't bev roast duck fur Hunday ho soup. HU family put up wll a beef-bon- e hul nlentv to eat ou' to w'or. on' wbtm rant day cum around ho bad do caih roady for his landlord. "Jlst about twelve months back somo whlto man told de profoitor dat ho had Jutt at good a right to a planer, gold watch an' span ot korMM as a rich man. Mo was told dat de arlstocraoy war coniln' money out of his labor. IU wat mado to ballevo dat do puiou who wouldn't pay li to bev a kitchen It collln' wbiUwaihel was an oppressor. wat pou'i'iei into una aai, u no sot on uo d fonco nil summer an' talkoj ngln tne of tilt kentry, somobody tvbuld fur nish klm roatt turkey all winter. "Many of you taw how he wat atlectod. He bogun to hato konott work. HU mouf began to grow blggor. While his clou growod seedy bit Importance Increatod grew low bo dally. When hit wood-pil- e cutned VaudtrbllU When bis flour bar1! wm empty ho reviled Jay Gould. When kit children bocuin ragged ho rlppol at capital. When kls wife bocum bar'fut he swore at do orlstocracy. When his landof rent lord bounced him for k bowled an' raved about opprestore an' Uluo-bloo- Kin-singe- r, self-actin- LUMBER! J. m nt A Grand Combination Weekly Courier - Jo urnal Courier-Journa- J. Courier-Journ- al o ffinPEAKyp g -- ili A TRAIN f tii-i.- p. . Dli-cato- i, Drug-glit- O. & M. w on RoomFor Rent , 7S-- '. nad-iro- 1 g, or ss iid - el e pro-tecto- g, L. & N. LINE SEMI-WEEKL- SOUTH & WEST r (Springfield 1 ' Six green 8helton pooplo loaded themselves Into a wagon recontly and drovo to New Haven to vittt The family vliiUd, alarmed by the number, got rid of them at night by patient woe in the saying that a small-poIioujo. They went to a hotol and all parked Into rt single room. The ottlclating old woman put nor shoo over tho gat Jet to put water faoot, having It out and turned t hoard somewhere that tJ put out gat a something bad to bo turned. In tho night tho porter was alarmed by smeHlng gas. He fouud the country folk all uuconsclout In tho room and the lloor wai Ibodod with x (New York World.1 Tho Netherlands minister for foreign affairs hat been compelled to resign, probably In consequence of the fatigue Incident to signing to stato papirs hit title and uama, which it Jonkheer Dr. P, J. A. M. van dor Doesde Wlllotxiis. Oeo.O.Barne3. A Covington (Oa.) paper announces that "Miss Carrie Wbitlock, the beauteous and Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. Mobile aud New Orleans. Only one change to points In HAGAN'S wnbr, Tuov wore nvo I. Positive Cute for Piles. To tho peopled this county we would sir that A woman always carries her puree in we hTe been gitn the Agincy of Dr. Msrchlil's slly nusrsnteod htr hand so that otber women will see il; a Italian Pile to euro or money refunded IntermI, External, man carries his in his inside pocket so that Blind. Breeding or Itching Pile. Trie i Oca lot. hl wiff wont't eta it, For sale by Pcnn A McA'lttw, Druggists. Olntment-eniphstlc- vivacitative belle of dashy Marietta, is in the city, the guest of Mies Annie Face, one of Covington's many spirituelle, fascinating young ladies." W. P. "WALTON. Pro'r. TutaJsy errylow price and Frldsy at the of fs published Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Beeklnj homes on the line of this road will receive special rates. Ac-- TWO DOLLARH TER YEAR. OF AM. CLASSES WORK. not tell, nnd you caiti tell. , orieo or write Agents of this Company for rates, routos Noatly and Ohooply Esooutod, c, p Ta0RBi 0 Loulsvilli, Ky. r.TtA.. While entertaining the kindest feelings inil HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. The Masons, not being able to hold their annual meeting as usual on the 27th, i V John'son, the'prtnee of gentlemen and tru-e- met on Monday night and elected G. M. January 1, 1880 Stanford, Ky., He of friends, for clerk of the"Tioifse. Givens, M., 8am Reld, 8. W., J. B. Green, Wo havo tried tho credit business thourotigh cares lers, huwevor, than his friends, for he J. W., H. Brown, Treas , J. A. Bogle, Sto , has the call on the position of managing ly and wo dou't llko it. Wo thiuk vo know ap, Attain Uarpenter was w. P. WALTON. J. 1. Uooue, editor of the Courier Journal, to which he pointed 8. D. i. iRW. Allen and J. D. . when wo hnvo enough of anything, nnd bencV can return at any time. It is a bigger The Ir.TuuoR Journal of Tuesday ngony la over, the Legislative offl tnan" th"e one he "losF and" not having anyhow Tnz on nnd reached this office, we arc in a UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, cershave been nominated and elected, the runs all the year round. condition of Egyptian darkness as far as Managed by Jno. B. Fish. biennial infliction is liere and may he We are indebted to Senator Beck for a the events of the outer world are concerned. Our merchants disposed of nearly all have merer upon ut. Hon. Charles Lord copy of his admirable speech on the silver True, we have seen a good deal of life of of their Christmas goods. The trade seemed 8. Offatt, of Baurbon, le for the second home manufacture during the last six or to be unusually good, question. No speech in the Senate hai octime the presiding officer of the House, casioned so much comment for years and seven days. It baa been confined mainly, The boys eay, "We take breakfast at We wiJl ell goods- -J receiving 51 rote in the caucus, oyer Mr. Mr. Owew, the demand for copies of It is avery great, however, to the aspiring representatives of Ping's, dinner at JoplinV, supper at Fra-isr'- e Spalding, who scored 23 the ubiquitous rising generation, of which orders for 100,000 being already In. It Is and lodging at Griffin's." who was understood to be a candidate, w masterly presentation of his aide of the we can boast, perhaps, of a bigger, brighter, -Robert Glnge, was given ten days in nomination. Mr. Oflatt k a not put in FORmerrier and more enthuslastio population matter. o (or concealed weapons. j an ana nnea fine puilamentulan, with much expert- than any village of our sirs and age in the He will pay tho fine by staying In jail. nr. h&Tin? served two other terms m a Tbe Louisville Democrat Is mistaken. commonwealth. The Christmas Tree was a grand sucmember of the House. He is 29 jean old, We do net oppose Mr. Z. F, Smith for The celebration opened on Friday cess, everyone receiving a present of some brainy and promising. Tho clerkship was Commissioner of Education. Wa merely unanimity among the night with the Christmas tree at the Bap description. The church was packed and JR. Killer, who receivsaid that too much won by Hon. Green tist church. Saturday was given generally jammed full of people. ed 49 totes to Col. E. Folk Johnson's 35. congressmen was not good for his bucccm. to small artillery by the boys, and an exWe have bad Keller made an active canvass, visiting all The Secretary of the Treasury has is change of confidences and experiences Have only heard a very quiet Christmas. John-o- n of one shooting scrape. the members at their homes, while t, sued a call for $10,000,000 of among the girls msny of whom were Jack Baker We know this, will meet with the pproval shot a man named Carr in the treated to his record and fitnees for a bonds, which look m If Mr. Beck's home from school for the holidays. By left shoulder. The wound Is not dangerlatter coant but little speech on the silver question was bearing reelection. These of a great many ol you who prefer paying the the way, It is interesting to note how anx- ous. Carr walked into town the next day it seems. It is the batton.holder who wine fruit. iously the youthful exile looks forward to each, nnd to thoie who have been running acafter he was shot. every time. Mr. Keller is a competent H. T. Duncan, Esq , editor of the Press a season like this, when the rigid rules of A law party of the young folks of and having had exand clever gentloman counts we will say that we will offer such exa a candidate for discipline are abrogated for a time, when Brodhead and vicinity gathered at perience both as a member and as assistant has announced himself tba Mayor of Lexington. We hope he will the rasping routine of study and recitation residence or N. M. Shumate traordinary inducements in last Tuesday clerk, will make a capital officer. Willis ignored, and when the chernight and had a glorious time playing and Corbett get there. He is a good man and ought to. is temporarily Ringo for assistant clerk and Jake ished memories and delightful visions of were elected without for Sergeant-at-Arms- , The Louisville GmmtrclaTt war on the dear home life are about to become dancing. Refreshments were passed around about 11 o'clock, of which all partook opposition. John L. 8need was chosen Folk Johnson is aa uncalled for ai It is again actual living realities. It is a good ly. Altogether it was a most enjoyablefree occlerk of the Senate and John Allison as- mean and bitter. That you will find it to your inteiMt to borrow trait in our nature and one pleasing to con- casion. Mr. and Mrs. sistant clerk. B. W. Jenkins was elected Shumate have our template, the undying a flection with which thanks for MOTES Or CURRENT EMU. the money, if you havn't it, to deal with us. of the same body and Bergeant-at-Arm- e special favors. Tbe music was we cling to the Idea of home and the unanRobt. Tyfurnished byCapt.Tom Hutchison. J. Fry Lawrence M. Grevy was elected President ol the imity with which we Wo know this is a new departuro in Stanillustrate the sentiA special dispatch to the CWiVr Jour, ler will keep the door of the House. It Republic of France by 135 majority. ment: 8ergeant-at-Arm- s nal states that J. Logan 8lgman has been ford, but we believe that all of you who pay took 15 ballots to elect the Mrs. Lucinda, widow of Er-GoJohn "Be It eier to homely, of the Senate. A caucus resolution Helm, died In Hardin county, aged 76. arrested in the Bute of Missouri for a mur-de- r There's no place like home." your debts will help us in carrying this out. declaring against taking np'the time of the committed In this county in 1863, or Monday night was enlivened by the disThe Charles Stewart Paper Company, body with local bills which tbe courts could in Cincinnati, ia pecuniarily involved. y posal at auction of our multitudinous bach- about 23 years ago. Sigman is in the In selling for cash we will save several thousattend to, was strongly opposed by Mr. of the 8heriff of Madison county, elor population. Borne choice specimens John L. Hall was crushed to death in and dollars a year in hire of book keepers, bad Bobbitt, who got off a little buncombe. Shelby County by a log rolling on him, would haye brought fabulous prices, had it who will arrive with him at Richmond in a day or two. James and 8peed Mitchell, of The 1,000 majority that he claims will A colored democrat has been given a not been that the transaction smacked too debts, Ac., and in order to make our new syshardly endorse his action in this matter $1,000 position in the aiadlson county, are also in the custody of depart-men- t, much of a "pig in a poke" the commodiand he had better be cartful or he' will sot tem popular, we propose to give our customers ties being sold enveloped in a sheet, and that 8berifT for the murder of a young even return to the State Capital. Ben Harding, marshal of Burgin, shot the cheek of many a rosy bidder paled man named Haley about 3 or 4 years since tho benefit of this saving and more, too. We The old year has spent Itself and with and killed Green Calhoun, a negro whom when her purchase waa unveiled and re at an election. Them have been a lot of visitors vealed in native hideousnees. The financial propose to make you a saving of from 10 to S5 its joy and its sorrows, its lights and its he was trying to arrest. shadows, its redeemed and unredeemed Blgelow, recently appointed as- results of the sale were so satisfactory that during the week, among whom we notice John per cent, on allj goods bought from us. We promises, has passed into history. As years sistant treasurer of New York, has resigned sundry married ladles are canvassing tha the following: Mies Lucy Jennings Grant, effort to get off some of of Lancaster, is visiting Miss Cleopatra question of an go it waa not especially remarkable. No without giving a reason. will "cut" prices to such an extent that no ono Mosea Little shot and killed John Mar-lo- their useless stock by a similar process. Williams. Miss Lfule Vowels, ot G.th. astounding event marked its period; and who buys and bkllu on a credit can meet them. Monday evening near Morehead, in Oa Tuesday nlgh't Mr. Bybold gave a con- - semaae, is visiting her brother, J. E Vow- yet it will be remembered for several reacert by his class in vocal music, wnlcti was els, at this place. Misses Burdettm Ray and sons, chief among which to all good demo- Rowan county. Old grudge. We wih right here to thank thoto who have Sells Brothers' large elephant, Prince, followed bv a hoo Wednesday which will Bessie Jones, of Louisville, are at Mr. J. crats, will be the fact that after twenty-fou- r J. Williams. Mr.T. K. Adams and son given us their very liberal patroiiago in the years out, it again returned to power. died at Columbus, O , from blood poisoning probably close, the festivities. Well, the New i'ear is, like Christmas, Tommie, of Boyle county, were at CapL Jack This alone Is sufficient to make it sacred caused by stepping on a nail. past and ask tho privilege of returning the faAdams'. T. 8. Miller and wife, of Gar-rir- d and memorable, and the further fact that as A negro was burned at the stake In consecrated to good wishes. In accordance county, are at M. J. Miller's. Orie d and laudable custom, singularly htt Clark county, Ala., for attempted rape and with a a country we have been vor by selling them goods CHEAPER than permit me, Mr. Editor to extend to you a Myers has gone to Florida. Egbert Fish Is from broila of any kind and that peace and murder of a young white woman. they havo ever bought them before. Please accept the visiting in Knoxville, Tenn. Misses Katie prosperity haa instead had full "swar, should David Cleaver, marshal of Lebanon most kindly greeting. congratulations, in view of the uutnsr and Bailie Purcell, of Brodhead, make every patriotic man have a tender killed a farmer named Robert Hamilton, most sincere marked ability, tbe unswerving fidelity, aro at Jas. Honk's. feelinc for 1885. It was a pretty fair old while in his custody for a misdemeanor. DANtlLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. year and most of us will be satisfied if the John Myers killed John Keeth in the untiring energy and the unparalelled present will treat us aa well. The usual Nicholaiville this week, making the fifth success with which yon have conducted Mews. J. H. Engleman and L. B number of new leaves will be turned to day murder in that lawless section in thirty the Interior Journal through another Fields sold to Mr. Argus Sinclair, of year. You have made the paper not only and If all thoee who do so will keep days. Chatham, Canada, a fine brood mare (trotthem turned, it will be all the better for The wife and three children of James a necessity but a luxury to the country a ting stock) for $600. With strong Sanders were drowned at Sander's Ferry, welcome visitor throughout the Bute a them and their fellows. The children of the Walnut street hearts and a firm determination to battle Kentucky River, on Monday night, by thing of joy to our scattered citliens in Methodist Church 8outh sent to tbe Cn slwsri bemmtil by you, If you r other States an institution of which LinrmrUot Shorthntul Writer. Tali you uy W-for the right and faithlullv perform every their skiff overturning, come In h months, at ttry Utile Widows and Orphans Home of Louisville by (Uterine lbs enduty encumbent upon us, we strike ontup-o- n Robert A. Pulliam, sent from this coln is justly proud. Long may your a cash Christmas present of $.r0 Shorthand IiiHtWutc at I.ouIkvIIIc, Ky., or anhvlllc, Tcnu, of the gal sign gilly float at the mast-hea- d the dangers of an unknown sea, aided county for ten years for the killing of Ki Miss Mary Hodges, of Lexington, is While ebjrthiba jnj Tyrewrlllo tltlioi our olr ttttotlon. our itudtnt lant little craft in which you have embarkby the experiences of the past, and with Hawkins, was pardoned by Gov. Knott. n ttetlie spending tbe holiday with Miss Lily Mes rVle" 'if Lit you CMll!l(.toi"l!,l,', AKmlMCTIC uJ B(X)K.aEKM.N.t grtsily ed your brightest days the best energies of the confidence of old mariners that we Harrodsburg Democrat. .Mr. Nathan Johnson stele. and Mils shall pull into port in 1687 a little worse In five weeks time 93,000 pounds of your active life tbe ambitions of a bony-a- Francis Prewitt obtained license We Cau Teach You by Mail hm Thorough. to marry spirit. May a happy New Year be for wear and somewhat storm beaten, but dressed turkeys were ehipped from Georgeon Christmas day. fen.lforrirtultilorrolr H A. HALL', rjlnclrl SboMhsnJ Imtllalf. AJJrw Lira still right side up and s quare in the ring. town 83,000 pounds by express and 10,-0- 00 yours, and when the toilsome hours of '80 M. J. Wells, better known as Major it?iBt1llle,Iriui..orI.oiiUlllr, Hy wbltbever Is tbe mwt .tonseolfnl Mint for rllbei shall have all ebbed away may you be able 1886, the top of tbe morning to you. by freight. They went to Boston, was accidentally shot by Seymour y upon a Wells, There is great alarm at the continuous to look back as you do Tuttle Friday evening at Shelby City, The longest headed man in the Kentucky bright and stainless recordl Will tbe co- while the two were puttinc cartridges in a Legislature, Old Phil Thompron, Bald to an eruption of the volcano of Colimo, Mexico. contributors accept a fraternal salutation pistol. The bull entered Wells' right Interviewer: "Oar jury system certainly A white cloud overhangs the mountain and band? from an unworthy member of their breast, just above the nipple and caused his needs overhauling, At present it is a farce. on it are reflated flames darting up from Accustomed from week to week to meet death Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. I hope by the end of tbia session tbe law the crater. Craig Tolllver, the leader of the Row them in the columns of the Journal a Well leayes a wife and one may be so amended aa to make it possible child. common interest clusters around their for an intelligent gentleman to serve on a an county outlaws, was shot by Asberry New Year then to etch Ntw Year's Calls. names. A happy jury. I am tired of seeing men who read Crisp, as he lay in a drunken stuper in the WELCOMt CALLS. DRUGGISTS AND lap of Crisp's sweetheart. He will not die, a happy home to the marriedl a speedy newspapers excluded from the A call made by a friend who owes you home to the solitary a beayenly home in the old man can effect such a change he the more'a the pity. If It is said that the experiment of milk- due time to all. I can not close without thirty dollars and desires to pay np. will not have lived en turkey brains in A call made by another ditto with a ing cows three times a day at the Iowa Ag- a salutation U the patrons of the paper. vain, and a grateful country will riie up Your partial kindness has made me feel at present of a gold watch or a forty dollar ricultural College did not Increase the milk DEALEUH IP and do him honor. flow sufficiently to pay for the labor and home while talking to you. I hare learn- ulster. WallPaper, A call made by your rich uncle from DrngM, Wine. Mnatcal would jump among my acquaintances ed to number you We are not among those who expense of the extra milking. Chemicals, BoekM, Lin nor InMlrHemeBU, though a stranger to nearly all. A happy whom you haye expectations, who never on Col Stoddard Johnston every time he Faints, Hlallonery, Senator James B. Beck was tendered a Cfrarn, Pocket leaves without "remembering" you. prosperous twelve months gets down, for he is a capital man if he magnificent banquet Wednesday night at New Year a Oils, A call made by your ditto aunt who Lampst, a glorious future to you ail. And, as this Perfumery, MacliYa does sometimes run after strange gods. In the Pbccnix Hotel, Lexington, in honor of Flro the absence of other action he was eminent- his speech on tbe silver coinage bill. There is an appropriate season for good resolu- hopes you keep good hours, etc., and leaves Needle. Silverware and Optical floods Department Is la Chargo of ly the proper person to suggest a time for were 120 guests present at five dollars each. tions and wise investments renew your you tlusafat check ThoB. Bichards, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and la the Cl. best A call made by your other aunt with subscriptions see that the printer has you the holding of a caucus to nominate legie The Cist annual report nf the Etstern deserves praise and Kentucky Lunatic Asylum, Lexington, duly credited for a year or two in advance your pretty female cousin with her. latlve officers and be UNWELCOME CaLLB. advertise your business encourage your not censure for doing it. shows patients admitted during the year, A call made by your tailor regarding children to read and if you ever swear The republican candidates for Represen- 102; discharged, 121; leaving under treat- from which I would dehort you but If that little account. tatives of Hamilton county, Ohio, at a ment, 505, or 40 more than the legal ca- you must swear swear by the Interior A call made by your landlady to Inform meeting, resolved that they have been le- pacity of the building. you that she intends to raite your rent. Journal. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, ot Virginia, promgally elected and will claim their seats. DEALER IK- A call mde by your brst friend, the OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Very natural indeed. We'd like to eee ises to be a pnblic official of tbe Andy bore, who talks you half wild "and never anything that an Obio republican wouldn't Johnson and Grover Cleveland sort so far Lancaster. Ilanlware. Horne KIioch, Groceries leaves inside of two hours, Saddles!, claim. and freeze to It too, If nobody was as refusing to receive presents is concerned, NallH, Iron, (IneeiiHware, IitiRKy Whips A call made by your best girl's father, J. N. Hacelden assigned his saddlery and has declined the carriage and pair of and harness store to R. S. Haeelden. As who is of strong looking. KiiRKV Wheels, Sloven, Cane 91111k, temperance proclivities, Harnesm, Mpolien, grinder leaned bows which his friends wanted togivehlm sets and liabilities unknown. Graten, A New Orleans organ and, of course, surprises you in a Ihccban-alia- n Cider Mill, r,ap Covenu IMlUM, A Phantom Party was given at tbe Stoneware, orgie with your friends. against an electric light pole and coming on New Year's Day, Corn Nhellcr, Collaret, The approaching session of the Missis- residence of Mm. R, D, Gill Wednesday n contact wit a hanging wire received a There were IS filicides and 20 murders shock which canted instant1 'death. Now sippi Legislature has among its dutiei the re- evening, It was well attended and was a Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden an in Louisville in 1S85 let anybody eay that 1SS5 was a failure and election of two Uaitod States Senators, and very amusing affair, Cast I'umps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-in- ? -- Cal. J. Stone Walker, of Madison W. L, Withers, of the hardware firm egad we will hurl tbe base insinuation bsck me insumuenu, ueorge ana n aunaw, are and Guttering will have prompt attention. county, bis bought nearly a thousand barso assured of their by acclamaof Withers & Rice, made an assignment ' in his teeth. Naicnvu ii rels of corn at SI 50 per barrel, delivered. tion that they do not propose leaving Wednesday to John W. Logan for the bennrluht.Jr. Geo Kip.kland drank a quart of whis Washington to look after the matter. Itesister. efit of his creditors. Liabilities $3,500; ky at Atlanta tho o'.her day on a wser of Judge J. Q. Ware has purchased the In the Internal Rjrenue offi:e at Lou(estimated) $4,000. 50 cents and the liquor and a short time af- isville, on Divid Penn farm of 100 acres, situated M Monday lint, there was paid in.-t- o Wm, A. Thompson was tried before terwards laid over and died. We suppose the Treasury of the United StUes the Judge Singleton Tuesday on a charge of miles from Paris on tbe K. C. railroad at this latter act was tbe most sensible 'thing sum of $207,852, taxes on whisky and bran- adultery aud was fined $50. Lake Reid $90 psr acre. George was. eyer guilty of! At a meeting of dy for the district. Thts is the largest sum br uofawful HWting was fined $25. Both Terre Haute, a preamble and held at A reord of the murders, committed ever paid in on any one day in any one were unable to pay fines and were sent to ftere adopted demanding tho passage of a dorlnj-thholiday week would fill this district, and is accounted for by the fact the work'bouse. ' DK4LKII IM- law granting pensions to all turviving so paper. It in indeed etrAnzc, that men that the February, 1832, whishy is being Miss Mary Morrow, of Sjtnerset, is vis. diers, sailors and marines of the war of the Drugs, Books, Stationery and should select that time to fi;ht and kill, taken out of bond. Miss Ellzi iting Mrs. W. O. Bradley. rebellion, who served sixty days or more, when everybody should feel at pesce with ranuy Mriicms. The house of Mr. A. R. Ely, was de- Smith and Msrion Wolford are home from at the rate of $S per month. fellowman. his stroyed by. fire Sjndty night, abont 2 North Middletown to spend thejiolidavs. . Pbytlclsnt' prrtulptloci This is tbe way tbe Montpelier Anjut Foil the first time In the history of the o'clock. A box fell from up stairs all in " Col. Bam Walton is on a strictly business AH government there is not a Smith ia Con- blaze, and fell on the bed upon which Mr. trip to Covington. Mises May Ferguson talks to dellquents: "Oar oninion of -- . Is the same as lh.it we have of any . gress, The Smith manufacturing company Ely was asleeplng this awoke hiu. There and Minnie Alexander, of Covington, ate sterna to have etoppel turning out ijreat was nothing Have bat one bed. Mr. Ely visiting friends at this plac. Mla Ma- other man who does not pay for the news The Largest Btook of Watches, Clocks:, men, thinks some one had tied some pop crack-er- a mie Spillman, of Lower Gurnrd, is the paper that he takes that Is, that he is a Jewelry and Silverware guest of Mi's Kile Wherrltt. Misses LU-- ho contemptible whelp, will represent the to his do's tail, and wan the cause of tbe Col, Ham in ordldary cues, a Dale and Ssllle McGrath, of Shelby. Rilly fir fir; ffirMtmtely, the: was $100 Insurance white livered entak, a skunk on two legs, t Bff r t Frs.nWor TO te thla rastkst rtitct Lewtr Hun LonJ"'" Tllle.ar with Miss Annl Vtiii:hnn. Mr. p. tbe LowtS. Ion ibe lioue. fLvjcisier News. of luipeciinihsity." the"2fm It always gets there. j rcuungulir J, C. Thompson is in Lexington. patrol a itiott MSUte rWrrtuMJ. st for Hon. G. R. Keller, we can not help feel ing MgrcUat; the defeat of Ool. E. Polk po-ifti- Some unknown person threw a botnb on the pavement in front of D. II. Collier's storo lmt Thursday evenfng which exploded with a terrific noise, completely demnl. Ishlng the glass in the' front of CollierV, breakCurrey's and Uasolden's ing Borne fifteen or twenty window lights and causing considerable 'excitement. No clew to the perpetrator haa been obtained, store-room- I H To T1J Public. "S 0 4 o Aftov 'stanuny i - Q 0 CA EXCLUSIVELY. s EC 01 M 1 i three-percen- H LOW PRICES Q door-keepe- cus-tod- ID 01 post-offic- e H A w 0 time-honore- BRIGHT IVIETCALF. Well Paid Employment! iin, - nt bi to-da- M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, jury-box- ." PHUIISTS, Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., Arm, W. H. HIGGINS -- as-se- ts 4 Py& 9TAlbtar PHARMACISTS, -- ,,;, C&5S!feSW JEWELERS- 1 ii tbt l J(!i StmichIijnUrioronrnal Fon good" JR. W.) gnodn Hi fair, prices, ko o T. The Rink will retume i of tons of are mule In F'auco from the milk of sheep, and that In fomeof the European Stanford, Ky., January 1, 1880 markets it brim; the highest price. - i A Lx!ni?trn nfan shipped a turkey fo E. O. WALTON," Business Managor. a friend in New Orleans by express, but when it got there with a bill for its carrin"m ,1. AN. LOCAL TIME CURB: Wb keep Fresh Uread and ' Hills from City yeaterday, hence only that part of the age of $4A0, the friend kindly let the com'-pa- nr aeep the bird for its trouble. 1 &S r, at. the Model Hteatn Ilakery of Louisville al Dinville letter Intended for Tuecdsy'e Mall train going North. ........... .. Bo uth .WIS P.M. wmnnhmil. Hvriniti Ttr.i Issue. 1WA. at. Eiprt strain" Kouth,.............-....- .. " .1EVV " K9fAi.mM.imw.iiMMI 90 A. M. ADTKBTISKSEflTH. A Bvrig-- j Compiny is putting an establishTub rumor of a number of failures at ment on the Albert Oof! ;y place in which lbs aove la cateuUud ea standard time, Bolet Lancaster are not confirmed by our Lan they will bjgln the tatlt about 30 minutes fatter mtnuficturs of cheese II. PAXTON caster letter, save In twi instance. in the spring. It a caod data lor Conntr Attorney, subject to th LOCAL NOTICES. The HustonvlHe boy gave a Hop Wed A mY weighing 9J ttound is what Depot P'lifltry election to occnr tbt ficit Bsiurdiy la But your school booka from Tenny A nesday night, which was largely attended Agent J. A. Carpenter found in his Christ McAltxter. by our dancer, who report a splendid time. mai8iocKing,atieait one oi mat sin can WATcnaa and Jewelry repaired on ahort ii Wood Workman Wanted. be seen at his house. A MeAlta notice and warranted by Peony New Year' Hop at the Opera The Good location for a wood workman at Turners-eriTlll- f, Boy the Hum Wot Raraedy, the origi- House to be given by the Social Four on With the exception of the first night Lincoln county, nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcA.1- - the evening of January b, promisee to be when Bedlam seemed to have been let and garJen. Apply to Ky. Good house, ibop a aucceM in every way. WALTMCtt FIELDS. 6lt looae, the Cbri'tmai now closed wai a most A OOMPi.rns stock of jewelry, latent Pen-n- y Codnty Coort would bs a mighty good quiet and orderly one. style. Rockford watchee a specialty. SALE. A McAlitter. day to drop in and pay the printer. Dj The keeper of the Buffilo Cemetery, o next Mondoy and go home with a light Barrels. Mr. J, M. Hendricks, telle us that during Hundred and Twenty-Fiv- e PERSONAL er heart. Msde j W. If. Ball, one, two and; three years 1885, there were 37 interment in the Cem" Mibs Emma Dodds, of Boyle, it visit Tickets to the New Year's Hop can be etery, 20 adult and 11 children, which is old. Apply at once to SOU log Mrs. Porter Blagg. J, A. L.TTLE, Admr. secured at McRoberta A 8lagg'a at $1 for an increase of 12 over the year before. Mas J. T. O'IIrrn returned from her gentlemen with as many ladiee he wishes For saying the neatest things at the moet vMt to Louisville yesterday. to bring. appropriate moment, commend us to our gone on the Mb. Geo. II. Shuck ha A bio line of Saddlery and Harness, valued Huston ville correspondent, Rev. J. 1 will rent at putllc auction In Stanford, telora the road temporarily for Buell A Bona. bought for the cash at Btd Rock price A. Bogle. May he live to send New tbe LouU-Tilt- e, Year' tbe Court Hon, next Monday, January 4tb, Ute tartn of 30 urn belonging; to toe estate ol tbe Mn. and Mrs Wm.Aviies, of and will be sold on the smallest possible greetings and enliven these colnmne Mrs. Pollr Hhsnki, lying on tbe Danville Pi e, for VX miles from spent the holldaya at her old home. bun orJ. Terms at sal. margin. Bright A Met calf. many years to come. Lou tCH 8. E. O V8LEY, Admr. Miaa Lahiia LiNDiNBKBOXn.of jj Bank Stock. I will sell at public aucIsvllle, is visiting her annt, Mra. Cath Bal-leTo Our Customers. Mr. Brace is away tion, next Monday, 10 share of stock in aod will be for several weeks, and it will be Female College, Mum Moujc Dacohehti hu gone, the First National Bank of EllnUthtown, Impossible for ns to see yon all separately, STANFORD. KY., to spend a month with friendt in Knox- - of which Jo 8. Grime is cashier. H, T. and we kindly auk those who can to call ALEX. S. PAXTON - Bush, Auctioneer. vllle. aod nettle their account without being Da J. W. DicKiaaow, of Williams The Second Term of lbs precent session Wl'lbe. The second half of the prveent eeasion of asked Brnc A McRoberta. gin Feb Ut.me. LocatUo pleasant; (lit Una burg, sptnt several day at his fatber'a this Stanford Female College will b:gin Feb. Sidney Perkins, a colored man of this kind but firm; Instruction thorough. Fipiu faweek. ruary 1, The school is progressing finely county, has invented a bee hive upon cetted at any time. 8nd for circular. Mies Mattie Peahl Bhown, of Lan under Prof. Paxton'a charge and his pat- which he hasob'alnei a pitent, that is said DISSOLUTION NOTICE 1 cuter, is vMllng her sister, Mrs. Geo. II. ron are much pleaaed. by those who know to be a most complete Brace. More Swiss. Mr. Jacob Ottenheimer arrangement and tbe best thing of the kind Tbe Aim of Kliu A Lerl ba been dtuolvtd by Mr. J. T. Cakpom will travel for B. A arrived a few day ago with 39 more Swiss yet introduced. Bee raisers would do well mntail consent. Mr. Lerl retlrlnz. I will continue the clothing builneu at the dealers in drees goods, Cincinnati, A. Ilaaa, people for the colony in this county, They to confer with him through the Stanford umei'anl and bope tortcalve tba liberal this year. I bare enjojed lo tbe put and for which I are a and thrifty-lookinset and postoffiee. tike this method ol thanking axj friends ahd tbe Mrs F J. Akthokt, MUa Bettie Par-so- cs will to Iiball no doubt make us good cltlzms. Killed -- Sampson Douglas, aged 25, public generally. wun me lwy mike Itcan vour my prices not and Clarence Anthony spent Christ-ra- u interest to trade ii even te duplicated. D. KLAH8. and son of Mr. Tol Douglas, of this county, with their parents. Staufotd. Ky. Candidate for County Attorney, D. R, te.it Dr J. fl. Balloc ia back from New Carpenter, will address hi constituents at wai shot and klllei near Woodbine in York City, where he bat ben attending a the Court House at 1 r. M. Monday, and Whitley, Tuesday and his body brought Cattle. For Gap for burial. The report is special course in surgery. reDectfaily invite bis opponents, Judge to Halls that he went to tbe house of a man with a Two pedigreed Jersey Cowi; two J J Jersey Cows, Mr. Jor Levi baa sold his interest in W. O. Hansford and J. B Paxton to be drawn knife and demanded that he get two U Jersey Cows, tour M Jersey Cowl. Will the firm or Kla A Levi to D. Klaaa and present. down on bia knees. He refused to kneel calve from tb 15th ol February to tbe SOtb ot hu returned to Louisville. It is understood that the public debt In- and Douglas seized and threw him down, Msrcb, 18!. All are extra good milkers and givRev. II. C Morribox, of Covington, creased about $2,000,000 last month, owing when tbe man drew a pistol and shot him ing milk. With calf by Tborndale By, who Is M. C, C. Book. returned Wednesday after a few days' to heavy pension payments. This begins to to death. Douglas had the reputation oi riglittred In tbe A. JT. J. b5.it a. CABPEAIElt. ttat with his legion of friends here. nave an ugly look, mere na bees no re being a wild, reckless fellow, which gives Mim Hue Wade Bea7.ley, of Louis duction for several months. Democratic probability to the story. ! villa, who was expected up to spend the officials are expected to do better. holidays, did not arrive till yesterday. The gross earnings of the First National My litter. Mrs. Edinliton. will mor to Crab Jim Mosier, an L A N. blacksmith, got Bank of Stanford for the aix months ending The editor returns his thanks to the Orchard January lit. I will remain In Stanford Mis Mary McRoberts, drunk and brutally beat hit young wife, Dec. 311, wa $13,754 68 and was disponed and continue th Mtlllnary business at my old talented little artist. stand on Lancaster itrett. I alio wiih to Inform of Danville, for a neat specimen of her this week, for which he was arrested and of a follows: A dividend of 3 per cent. my frlrnds and patrons that March lit I will add Una ol readr-mad- e lomr Mllllnerr m firtt-elifined a email sum. A whipping post would wa declared, being $7,600; expense handiwork. and Children's and Ladle' Cambric and Linen Unia now a saleshave better covered hi ca-to friends and tbe publ.c The woman taxes paid, $4 930 11; $1,000 carried to sur derwear. With thinks Mira Ballik Harrison In general for put liberal pstronige, I ask for a lady in the great fur house of Burkhardt is Mosier' fourth wife, two are living and plus fund and the balance, $324.51, to un- continuance in tbe future. Shop next door to Journal offica. A Co , Cincinnati, and is much pleased two diad. divided profit. The Farmers National has f5 It w RATIE Z.OOAK. with her position. Mh. T. D. Hill, who came in thia week declared a dividend of 4 per cent, from its Hon. F. F. BonniTT left for Frankfort to pay for his paper, tells us that he cerer earnings of $12,172 43 and carried $1,001 80 Tuesday, and as he did not have that pret sued a man, never teetlfied in court and to surplus. The Hustonyille National deTho Houso and Lot ty widow with him, the story of their pros- was never sued, although he is 73 years clared a 3 ptr ceat. dividend and placed pective marriage seen to have been only old. He Is a very active man for bis age $500 to the credit of its surplus fund and In TV tit Stanford, lately occupied by BIchtrdaon We are indebted tj bim for a and still followe the plow with the eas of $300 to profit and loss. All of which Watts. A Terr dwlrtble plice In many rtipects. a rumor ror further Information, enquire of telegram announcing the election of the a young man. show that Lincoln count;', institutions are 7Mt J. Ii. UIGUIXH. officerj of the Houe. solid and profitable. settling time is again The ! Mr. It Conn was In town yesterday everybody do bis level best MARRIAGES. sporting a handsome cane made from a upon us. Lt he obeys the injanction of script T. X.. DANIELH, treenativo to the Inland of Nevam,of which to see that Mios ICte Wolford, daughter of Con Lit of Beverly, W. V. has remored to Mt. Verlire, "Owe no man aoytbiog," at the end of his friend, Hon Georce Tipton, the giver, Frank, elop.--J from Columbia non and offers bis services to the public. A large coming week. An hooe't man ii the gresiman and atsorted line of Druo always on hand. No formerly of Madison and brother of French the with Mr. S. D. Bubje and was married in charge for writing preicrlptiocs when filled by noblest work of God and an honest man Is e jard. Give tue a part me. Office In Tipton, E q., is govemor. The old genJcfleraonville. of your patronage. who always pays his debts. tleman stetned as proud of it as a boy ia of one T. L. DAS I ELS, 31, D. Divid A. S.oleton, who lacks four his first pair of pants. Lincoln Lodge No. CO, A. Y. M. has years of attaining his majority, obtained elected the following officers. A. R, Penny, license yesterday to marry Miss Samirah LOCAL MATTERS. W. M., J. K. McE'roy, 8. W.. H. J. Dirst, Jenkins, of 18. MT. VEHNON, KY. Miss Lavinia Caenault was married Go to the Rink tonight. J. W.. W. P. Walton, Treasurer, D. W. VanDeveer, Secretary and M. C. Nevius, S. in Richmond list week to Mr. Lewis CunHotel la till ThlioM snd Fink Candied at T. R. Walton's. Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. and T. Installation at regular meeting, ningham, of Bourbon, a bachelor of 50. The wife of Mr. Will McHargue died a second Monday night. As there will be Craddock was belt man and took courage, Special attention to the traveling public. Pio'r, JfcT. P. XE1VCOMB, considerable work to be attended to a full though his friend was leu than half his few days ago after a short Ulntas. 5 u Mt. Vernon, Ey. age. attendance la desired. is ready. CU and setYoor account During the year jmt closed, County There was a shooting scrape between A G0LDENCHAN0E. tle and oblige Penny A McAlIsUr. Clerk, John Blain, Us jed 10D marriage litbe Cains on one side and the Smiths on Two of our Canned Goods of beat brands, and al- the other, a few days ago, but unfortunate- cense to white and 33 to colored couples, an which leaves a strong merchants are going West, stora good opening tor others. increase of 4 in the former and a falling house, one ol the best and bet locations Mr StanIn most all new package, at T. R. Walton's. " ly nobody was killed or seriously hurt. ford, formerly occupied by MeAllster A Lytle, Is oil of 14 in the latter. The blacks evidentTbe case will be investigated (or rent. Can be hid for a term of Tears If detlred. We haye a few ladle' and ClUKri when it will be seen who caused the row. ly bslieve that while they who marry do Call toon. Dec.l.-(l- m) mlssea' cloaka left that we will sell at B. VAXAH8DALE. The Cains, as usual, say they are blameless, well, they who marry not do better. prime cost. Owsley A Craig. but men who get in trouble so often, must RELIGIOUS. G. BRONATJGH The candidates for Circuit Judge and do something to bring it on. Rev. A S Moflett will preach at the Hai UEMOVED his office to that of Judte Philips Commonwealth's Attorney will addrets the A white man named Ralph Burket had Baptist church, Crab Orchard, nsxt6unday on Lancatter itrett, oppoilto tbe people at the Court House next Monday. his akull mashed in bv a lock thrown by a at 6 r. ai Boarding at Philip Kunnelley's, on same street, To Mv Customers I will not have the negro named Weet Hansford Christmas Rsv. J. M. Bruce tells ua that during lie lniy le lound at his office or rooms at all hours except when proftalonally absent. time to go around to see them about their eve night. It was thought for some time the year just closed the Baptist church here accounts and hope thev will call in and that the man would die and the negro has raised for all parposes $1,680, which, conNew Millinervl nettle at once. I need the money. I'leasn been kept in jail to await the result. Th sidering that none of its members are rich, Look Out examining trial i now set for Saturday, is a most remarkable showing. During the don't make me wait on you. H. C. Rup Hamford claims that Burket was pursuing year there were 71 additions. The Sunday-scho- ON 0E ABOUT APSIL THE FIRST, ley. I expect to bring anew indmoit desirable stock him with a knife, when he threw the rock, of Millinery aver brought to Stanford. Mt cushas 150 scholars ol its list. See our advertisement. We mean i Jet tomers are well acquainted with tbe clan I kept The "Week of Payer" will be obeerv-e- d lietore, solt would beuteleti far me to ny anyMn. Jos. B. Pa xton, one of the hard what we Bay, our terms are strictly cash, customers by tbe churches here in concert with the thing In regard to it Thanking mjsame in tho for tbtlr pait patronage, I still solicit but will ell you goods 10 per cent, cheaper est students among the young lawyers and Monservices: rprlns. .VJtH KATE JtVDJtEHA II, than your ever bought them before. A one of tbe beet posted, is announced In this following programme of 7S 2m Stanford, Ky. 4tb, at G r M. at Presbyterian trial will convince you Bright A Met-ca- lf. isue as a candidate for County Attorney. day, Jan. church, Praise aud Thanksgiving, Rivs He tells us that he han been considering PIANOS AND ORGANS. Gibson and Pollitt; 5,h at CJ r M , Chris -- Misses Ltccie and Mary the question for some time and has receiv Foil Rknt. church, Humility and Confession, tian M(ti. B. It. A L. J, Cook the Btiiley have bought of the other heirs the ed sufficiant encouragemont to induce bim Rsvs. Brace and MotTettj Chat CJ r M, John C'burch A Co. Planes an tare Agents for emOrgana, which to make the race. Wo guarantee that if following most cxcclNnt Instruments- brace the property no v occupied by them, for $2,-00Knabe A Co., llaiellon Bros . Decker A Bos and is elected no one would fill the office Biptist church, Church and Family, Revs. Everett Pianos Also, Clouti A Warren and tbe and announce that it ia for rent. A he Gibson and Pollit'; 7ib, at 6J r. M. at John Church A Co. Organi. Tbee Iuitrumenta creditably or mote sitlsfactorlly, desirable place can be had by immediate mors ami Methodist chutcb, Home and Foreign Mis- are uou excellent In tone, of great conpftltlon. AlHf then, application to them. will C. Carson, who Is in the peniten-tury- , sions, Rm. Bruce and MofTett; Sth, at GJ weiltfj years. Iteferencr A It. are warranted for Jive Penny, Mrs. writes us to thank the kind ladies, r. r., at Presbyterian church, Nations and K. M. Urtenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamti UraiteT, Stan (or J; Mn. Msgjle Holmes, The Rinks on Christmas night and Toea who contributed to their enjoyment Christ- Governments, Revs. Gibson and Moflett; Crab Orchard; Gen. W. J Land Mia and Mill Liz-il- o day night were largely atttndci aud greatly Huflman, LancartT, Ky, ina day by spreading for the convicts an Oth, at G v. M., Cnristian Church, The enjoyed. At the first Miss Emma StuiUy elegant dinner, which Included turkey, Christian Life, Revs. Btucc and Pollitt. drew the gold ekatea and at tho latter Mr. frnils, and many other good things. He G. C. Keller, Jr., was awarded the prias of says ' I LAND, STOCK AND CROP wint to show the der ladies that a SI for wearing the highest collar and they have the heartfelt thanks of men FOR Fon Sale. A cood milk cow with a smallest ueck-tiwho still have tbe honor to acknowledge a youne calf. E. B HayJen, Stanford. M. Smith Btiighruan bought of Joe Tun sale of old maids and tbe amounts deep debt of gratitude, and to express tbe realitjd from the pounds and refreshments hope that their pths through life may bs Rollins, of Marlon, a thirty months old and was of peace and happiness, and when God jack for S1.200. netted the Presbyterian ladies of much fun. Beautiful girls, shall summon them to the judgment bar, productive W. L. Moran, of Mason county, lost br Mustang Liniment is older than fresh ns daislei and Mill In their teens, may he sty well done my good and faithful lung disease a fine imported Spanish jtck, iiost men, and used more and $1.35, Miss servants, receive the crowu I have prepar- yalued at 51,000 brought only from 50 cents to Wilbur, of CovioRtou, bought in this more every year. Annie Alcorn being knocktd down at the ed for thee." Cmon says he is and U getting along fnely with the ofH- - county. 2 of cvtri iliipor and figure. Thar were all disguised or latter 04ti. butcher sttifl'at 4) and L'j. they mtclu have urousut largo sum. oouiiuon Walton. rulemo night, while the It scctistomed Gold A Silver Bitf lot of 8 Im I' Riid not Band will make mejodv as usutl. ezcptlD(( the delinquent subscriber. Anthony Alorn cut John Powell, an other negro, at Tornenville, during the My customers will confer favor by calling and paying their accounts. I need Chrltma, severely woundtnu him. " the money. M1m Ell Binilay. There was no connection at Junction A HArrv New tnst ti(iuaida htT R. WnIIodV. -- Year to everybody, ciet-S- A. LZST OF KEPT II V- - ' .. "". e T. J. R WALTON. 'ranqiog 'samiaij GOODS GOOD! PEICES LOW! N. O. Sugar, N. O. Molasses, a m WHISKYJFOR Pure Maple Syrup, Layer Raisins, u FOR RKNT. - - y. Stanford m well-to-d- g n m SaleFine Seedless Eaisins, 'sjubxiuq Oranges, 'SUOUIOrj Figs, Nuts, snuoooQ Hominy, PRESJ Shredded Oats, Buckwheat Flour, 'iuoreooi3j N.Y. Cream Cheese, 'sjespBaTO Tea Cakes, Grated Cocoanut, p.i:e;snj And Freshest, Stock of sP00O p9uu;3 To be Found jaioqAiiCuv Delicious 'aouiraoo Fancy and SOipUBQ IpUOaTJ M-2- MIXtaLINERY LOTS OP STAPLE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c e. At fair prices to Cash or Prompt-paing Short-timCustomers. e y m niEixna?. H. C. -- RUPLEY, and still receiving MERCHANT TAILOR. I have received semi-annu- rR. Notice court-bout- NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTBR Comprising tbe best In the market, which will be Qotton Up in Gtylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. Give Ho a Trial. XEWC09IB HOTEL. well-knoat main-talnl- B. K. Wall Pa MonldlngSi WEARER -- tg AND- 83-- Dealer in Furniture ! Fictnres and Picture Frames. Finn Assortment alvrajs on hands. A Large Stock and a OVER FIVE THOUSAND pieces of Wall faper to be openeJ January lit, embracing over Filly different dtilgns and patterns from tbe cheapest to the finest Velvets, Satins, Men's flllt.de , trim roed and leady for tbe wall or put on the wall. I have bought tbem to tell and you ned not lock further for lowu pilots. DR. W. POSTED. We the unierttmed give notice that our lands are positively posted against all either sblng, bunting for game or anything clie, or trepatilng in any way by passing through our farms, without special termlt, except visiting or on business with usor those living on our lands. Violators may expect piosecutlon to tbo extent of the law. J.S. BOSLEY. A. C. CABMAN, G. D HOPPEK. A. M. FELAND, HTEPUUN BURCH. SANIKOHU IRWIN. Court-IIoui- e. m For ol J. E. BRUCE. CO&I.IIISSIOXEIl'N SALK -- OP- A Valuable Business House IN STANFORD. e. Man and Beast. well-treate- d car-loa- Lincoln Circuit Court., Thoe. W. Miller vs ,J. E. E. Fame notice or sale. Pursutnt to a Judgment herein at tbe OcttUr ir.cature's.own remedy, made from rojts gathered term of thlstouit, the undersigned iom'r will Irom the foresti of Georgia. Tbe method by which On Monday, January 4, 1880, d from tbe it Is mads was obtained by a Creek Indians wbo',lnhablted a certain portion or Being county court day, between 11 a. m. and 3 p. M.. I fore tbe court. home door la ttau'ord, Ky., Georgia, which was communicated to one ol th kU at auction to tlm highest bidder the largo early settlers, and tbus tho formula 1)M been handnew biick butlccia house, kLown as tbeFarrliA ed down to the rresent day. The above cut repRamsey bous , and tbe outhouirs on tbe same lot. opposite the St: Asaph Hotel, In titanf.nl, K'., resents the method of manufacture twenty years subject to tbe lease of Geo. D Wearen. circling ago, liy Mr. C. T. Swift, one of the pretent propriFeb 1, '9, of a room fronting 19 feet on first floor etors. The demani has been gradually Increasing and SS feet on second jor, aud Lis right of free access to the rear lot, bat the rurcbitcr of the until a JIOO.OOO laboratory is now ttcesiary toeuji-pl- y prop rty to lie entitled to the rents from tbe said the trade. A foreign demand has been created uay oi wearen irom ine and enlarged facilities w 1U be ncce mry to meet it. Tbe sale Is made to ratlify Thos. V.. Miller's Judgment tor Jl.fcOJ ulthC wt cent. Irom April 4, This great '83, until paid, and his costs herein, and Henry Baughman's judgment for 11,411 21 wlih 6 per cent, thereon from Oct. 1, '33, until paid, and his coita nercia, aua im uiuiami juugwcui ivi '81. i cu a as thereon irora Feb. 1, until paid, and bis costs, and n further judgment Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Ul of J721 with per cent, from Juno S, it, until cers, Rheumatism, Wood Taint, paid, and tbe Danville Planing Mill Co.'s judgment for S37C 2 with 0 per cont. thereon from tbe j H.redltary or otherwise, without the use ol Mor- Sth day otMar. 'SI until paid, subject offSO palJ Aug, SO, 'si, and 550 paid Mar. iO, cury or Potash. anil its costs nerein. Books on "ContJgloui Blood Foion"and "Ulocel Immediate pocsi!on lobe given the purchaser. iKKMl.-Cie- dlt of six, twelro nod eighteen and Skin DlteaieV' mailed free. months, (o.usl Installments, lioids required with For eale by all tlrugjtsts. approved security, hiwtnc luerMeci of Judgments CO., aud bearing lntercl tenia day of ia. t Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa. N. Y. 157 ISt. If. V. WELCH, M. C L. O. O. balf-brcr11 Swift's Specific Vegetable Blood Purifier toi-rellt- s ', lahfcrjffit'Cint. I FOR OOUQHS nrt'D ORo.JP Stm'-ffitteAI- o (Hi Interior onrna! ? JEWEL OR PASTE J. 8. Winter In Harper's Baxar. Shortly after tbe terrible tragedy took place in Warnecllffe barracks, which as I recounted In "A Regimental Ghost, " re. suited In the deaths of two of the most popHorso" ular subaltern' of "tho Dlack " better known as "Rap and Qra-baan official announcement appsared in The Oacttte to the effect that Lester Brooke and D'Arcy de Boltngbroka had been appointed to fill the two vacant places. In official language it ran thus; "Loiter Brookes gentleman, to be lieutenant, vlea Christopher McKtntle, deceased ; D'Arcy de Bolipgbroke, gentleman, to be lieutenant, Tico Douglas Graham, deceased." Naturally enough, the officer ot tht Black Horn looked forward with a ood deal of interest to the advent of the two now tubalttrns. man handsome, and a good and as little given to display ot hb vast' wealth as it Co had come Irfto th sorvice with an allowance ot but 200 or 300 a year! Eollngbroke, de A for D'Arcy ha turned out to be a perfectly barm-lesnnil apparently brainleis mashoi of the. most pronounced type, vith a collat five Inches high, a fresh flower in his coat, coat padded and wadded out of oil recognition 'as a thing intended and designed as i covering for the human form divine, knees perhaps not very strong to bozln with, but bv careful practice brought to the pitch ol perfection in tbo way ot crookedness and all-rous " Brookes proved a rattling good fellow, ebony crutch-stick- ! heavily mounted in silver, chains, rings, pins, studs In stort, clad in the entire wisher costume of the porlod. "Good Lord I" quoth Marcus Or ford, when he set eyes upon him for the first time, "what a younrr fooll Is ho going about Ilka thstP "Not It you do you.' duty as senior subaltern,? replied UrquVart, promptly. "Then he won't," said Orford, with decision. Nor did be. The Hon. Marcus Orford was a young gentleman of strong will and ot an energetlo mind, and be went to work on the tatk ot curly-brimme- d, weakn4, hat recasting young D'Arcy de Bolingbroke'i outer man with such right good vigor that within the space of a week he was another I had almost said man, but as that word would imply that he might havo been mis taken for a man before, I will say, Instead, quite another creature. "I say you know," Orford began, as hli first attack, "Snlphamiscomtnz from town this morning" he didn't think it necessary to add the information that he bad telegraphed for bnipham hlnvelf: "you'd better ord.-- r some clothes of him." "Clotbosl" repeated young De Doling-broke- , with a fine air of bewilderment "Yes, clothes," said Orford, sharply "coats and trousers and such like." "But I've got plenty of clothes as many as I want," ventured tho new subaltern, wondering If be was quits going back to the days ot bit boyhood again. "You may have plenty of things you call clothes," answered Orford, coolly, "but you can't wear them hero not while you belong to a respectable regiment like the Black Horse." As young De Bolingbroko' very soon found, it was useless to argue the point, and within a week ho became a new creature, wore ordinary coats and hats, ordinary trousers-a- y, and turned them up on wot days like any ordinary fellow; had ordinary boots with ordinary heels, used an ash stick in ebony crutch, placo ot the and bad, as a matter of fact, no'thlng but bis late colUrt and bis button-hole- s to him that be bad onco been one of the most perfect psclmsm of the gay crowd of mashers who seem t3 live for nothing but to crawl up anl down Piccadilly. To those emblems of departed glory he clung with the tenacity ot grim death, or the pitable eagerness with which a onoe handsome woman clings to tho last remnant ot her g beauty. Nor did it take very long to straighten bim up as to the knees, aud to mend bis gait from one simulating that of a drunken groom to one approaching somewhat to the free, clean walk ot a trained soldier. It was some little time before he became anything like popular with his brother officers not, Indeed, until Blr Anthony Staunton, commonly known as "Pop," discovered a vein of honor in his composition, such as made his heart warm to him and to give him friendship, It cams about thus: Sir Anthony happened one day to need tho loan of a match, or fusee. After strolling into several men's rooms which wete near his own, and finding neither owner nor lights in auy of them, he knockod at the door of Di Bolingbroke' quarters, and then pushel it open. "Oh, you're here," be remarked. "I've been lntoever so many fellows' rooms for a light, and can't get one. Can you give me onel "Yes; there nro plenty of matches on the chimney-shelf," answered De Baling broke. "Help yoursilf." Sir Antuniy nalkod over to tho tlreplaco aud did holp himself, lighting his pipe and taking a few of tho wax vestas, which be fouui in the place the other had indicated, with which to replenish bis small change pocket. "Thanks, awfully," be said, civilly. "It'a n queer thing light should be so difficult to find as it is in barracks. Pdrbaps it's because your father's a dean that you are able to supply tho want As a general rule, though, I Hud It qulto true that tho shoemaker'ts mlsils does go the worst shod" "Yes," said De Bollngbroke, absently. "I had an old nurse once," Sir Anthony went on, not noticing his tons, "when I was ayoungslor, you know, and going about with a box of bricks and a hoop; and after I went to school the went and got married to the village constable, who was a latter-dasaint Did you ever know any of that sort, silver-mountefast-fadinsemi-Imbeci- le y nowp "Neither do I," said Staunton "neither do I. Only if you happen to be a poor devil without any Income worth speaking And csf, how are you ulwujs to bolpitl "No; can't aay I aver did," De Bolingbroko answered. "What are they I" "Djn't know, I'm sure. All I know about them is that this oil chap, who had been bom with a pretty considerable respect for the family (more than any one outside the village had, for, by Jove I the Staunton are all as -stricken as rats in an empty summer-hou-o- ), to say we were very good and very gifted people only ws wanted 'light;' we stood sadly in need ot 'light.' By Jove I ho should come hero; be' I tlud lack ot light enough to start as a missionary." "And the Stauutons are poorf observed De Bollngbroke, wltb more interest than he Bad as yet shown. "AhP g He uttered a sigh so that Sir Anthony turned and looked at bim sharply. "Why, what' the matter," ha asked. "I didn't know you were in tho same boat wltb nu," he said, dolefully. "It's nothing much, only a writ for a tailor's bill; nothing union, only I never bad one before; and though they may be the regulation thing to havo in the service and I soe some of at tho fellows get tbem by tho once well, I don't like it" povertyd heart-rendinhalf-doz- ansntloi and hi bead at the yon didn't know I was poorl Yes; I should thor point. Slowly the time passed on, rather think I am poor. But, bleu you, when you've been In the sorvice as long as ind at last It was easy toseo that the blacks much the I have you'll not mind it you'll Lever were getting the worst ot it soonly beaUn think about it Bless you, It'a nothing wont of it that they were not when you're used to it I lire on fee edge sSf, but their rtttMi was followed, aad of a razor, but It never is the icialless lumbers of them sent straight to paradise, u their belief U trouble to me." It was not until then that Urquhart was "All the same, it's the very devil had been getting writs, and I don't like It," inabled to look after his men who argumenBoildtt, wounded. He found poor prosy, uneasily. declared the lad, I promised my father I .wouldn't get into tative Bt Aubyn just at toe point ot death, dabt lit allows mo 900 a year, and I be- qulto unconscious ot bit presence or of anything that wat going on around him. Lord lieve If be saw that thing. with a disgust Ing gesture In the direction ot a pinkish Archie was badly hit, too, but bearing bis paper lying halt unfolded on the floor, pain cheerfully, and desperately anxious to bear the exact particular ot tbe'aotion. "he'd go off his mind altogether, straightThere were others betides Lord Archie way ramping, stark mad. I belle re he who had had 111 luek that day, though nono would." "Shouldn't have put you into tbo Black to severely wounded. Urquhart saw them Horse on 300 a year, then," answered Staun- all, and then came suddenly upon young ton, coolly; "becauso bis very reverend sense D'Arcy dt Bollngbroke sitting on a case of ought to tell him that an expensive regi- stores, pulling very bard indeod at a pipe. "Hello I yon beret" be said, sharply. ment cau't be dono upon it By the bye, i "Why didn't you come back to meP your governor well off I" "Well, sir," answisrod the lad, taking bis "Oh, beastly rich," returned De Bollngpipe from bstweon his teeth, "I saw that the broke, with emphasis. .men ot U troop were getting flurried, and I "Then what's the good of worrying yourself about itl My dear lad, he'll make an thought I shouldn't be much use to you if I awful row, no doubt, a blazing row; fathers cume back, aud I might help to keep thtlr do, you know; they like it mine always hearts up a bit; so" 'And who the devil told you to think P did. But be always paid up in tho end, and to will yours, of coutm. If be don't, or aixed Urquhart, angrily. "I tent you with won't, you'd bettor tend him to me, and I'll tin order, and your duty was to come back to mo as soon as you bad delivered it I am soon sot tie the matter for you." rorfectlv aware you did great service with "I wish you would," dismally. "Ob, don't be down In the mouth over It," H troop, bnt at the same time you had no the other laughed; bo thought as little aboul business to think nobody expected you to the displeasure of a dean as be thought think, or asked you to think. How could ot that state of poverty which he was accus- you tell whether you would bo of use or not? Why, hollo! what's upP tomed graphically to descrlbs as living on As it happenod tho odge ot a raz?r. "it's not as it It were n be cried, suddenly changing his tone; for gambling debt or for a diamond bracelet; tho lad had reeled oft the stores case and than vnn mlnht- fal chl nlvtltt It Till f: n. lay a fainting heap at his foot After a minute or so tho senior surgeon tow poor lnnocont clothosl oh, my dear lad, bustling up. "Hollol hollol Why, it isn't worth thinking "of a socond time; it enmois woro I this than I thought!" he exclaimed. isn't, Indeed." "What did you thinkP Urquhart asked, "I don't," answered tho lad, simply. "But what I do think about it my promise. I as he bold the lad's bead against his broast "He told me half an hour since he'd got a oughtn't to have broken it, and in fact I never meant to break It, only Orford made cut on bis arm, but that I might take tho worst cases first," the surgeon replied. "But, me buy all those new clothes, you know, which I didn't want And bang it. alii It' by Jovel the bone Is pretty well shivered to very well to say, as the dtan '11 say when I piece"The lad must have endured agonies; tell him, that tho road to bell Is paved with and the arm will have to come oft." "De Bollngbroke," said Urquhart, an hour good intentions;, but I did think I should be let to wear what clothes I chose whon I later, "I wlih to heaven you had come back joined. I dare say I did look a pro clous to me." "It was done before that, major," said tbo n mol young ass, as Orford said J but d I'd rather look an ass than brook a promise lad, simply. And that was bow ho showed his regiment any day." For once In his life Sir Anthony Staunton whether be vsai jewel or pa to; and that let somtbody make a series ot observations I wa whv bo K0' tb" rro.T .of Uonor' whlch Valor." without intorruotions. Ho nulled verv hard boors two words-"- Por at the pipe, and frowned portentously; then An Old 11 ut Clever Trick. I he spoke. Itsoston Transcript "Hang it allP ho said, "but I thought you Afowdays ago a Boston lady was drivwere a howling young duffer, and nothing more; but you've got the right ttufl in you; ing in Milton, when the carriage cams upon and look here: I'm rather well off just now, n man lying by tue roadildo, apparently so let be your banker, will youl And then ' belploss. His lips and chin wert besprinkled with blood, his faco was pale, and there you can pull ybur allowance straight without breaking your promts at alL Lit me; was overy Indication that ho was suffering I'll bo proud to do a service to a fellow who from hemorrhage. This surmise was confirmed by tho sufferer, who said that, foels as you da" though sick aud penniless, ha was attemptAnd that was how young D'Arcy de won the respect and the friend- ing to walk to bis borne in Lwi,ton, Mo., ship of one of the most popular men iu the and had reached tho spot where be had been found waen the hemorrhage attacked regiment There were some among the officers who bim. Offer! of shelter and mod leal treatsaw the friendship and wore puzzlod by it ment were mado at onco, but he declined who, not knowing and they never did them gratefully but positively, doclaring know from Sir Anthonr the reason for It that ho must ha.tan on his way tj join his failed to understand what be could possibly wife and children. Ho Insisted that bo waj find to appreciate in the lad whom they all hotter anl could go on. but ho nppoanid so feeble that the lady generously gave him thought a complete duffer. "He's a very fine fellow at bottom; tbore money onougb to buy a ticket to Lswiston, are grand points about bim," Sir Anthony was nnd psy the cxponsos of his Journey. The accustomed to declare whon dialled on the monoy, which annunttd to several dollars, subject; and as he was not tho man to mind ho accepted with many expressions ot grateither the chaff or the opinion of others, itude. Soon after the lady was describing tbo they were not enlightened, and the friend to friends, when one of them declared ship continued, and grew npaco, grew and flourished until the regiment got orders for that she had had a similar experience In active service and went off to tbo Souda- n- Milton a fow days before, and it was dispart ot that army of vengonnco cent out too covered that another friend had recently late tor aught but to win for tbo British gov- met tho same man while driving In Welles-leunder similar clrcumstaneos and with ernment the scorn and the contempt of all the powers in Europa; sent out just as tho a like result A me Heal gentleman ot ox- greate.t hero of modern times was sont be- - ' porionco was asked bis opinion of the mat-tor, and bo declared that tho man was un confore it; just as tbo cruel school-boy- , scious only of bis own power, and boodles doubtedly an impostor. Ho explained fur of all else, ties a string to a bird's leg and thor that what is called "homorrhago blood" lets the littlo thing fly to its destruction. is an article ot trafllo among convicts, who Fortune so far favored youug D'Arcy do ilnmlnto ojnsuinntion in tha hoixi of tacur- UounzbroKo that no was given tue chanco ing a pardon, or, at least, an easy place in of showing bis brother ofllcor whether in the prison hospital, and that is usod also by swindlers, such as this fellow, who bod truth he was jewel or paste. It happened to fall to tbo lot of his regi- played his game so successfully in at toast ment to make a long march forward with a threo instances in this vicinity. Wbon a convoy of fresh water for the troops occu- man inteuds to try the trick bo goes out pying the zereba on ahead of tbem, and it upon a country road, and when ho seos a happened that on tbo way a swarm far out- carrlago coming bursts a littlo sack of tho numbering tho British troops came down fluid in his m3utb, tolls by tho roadside, and leaves tho rut to the credulity anl benevoupon them like a wave ot the sea or a whirlwind, and threatened by sheer force of lence of the occupants of tho carrlago. numbers to annihilate them altogether. aitidcat Genius of the Gypsj. Owing to the fact that Escott was down (Ilrooklyn Kazle.1 with enteric fever, Urquhart, long before Tho gypsy Is a born virtuoso. Without promoted to the rank of major, was second in comuand, and as C.L St Aubyn was tho tllghteit comprehension of musical notes disabled very early iu the fray, he very bo cau executs a sonnet ot Mozart or a soon bad the whole responsibility of pulling symphony of Beethoven with wondorful olt the allalr with safety and credit to the tact and precision after having board tho same but once. It is tali that after one of rcglmeut Hastily a fquare bad bean formed with tbo grent partormancei ot a noted Italian camels and baggage wagons In Its middle, prima donna at Moscow, a gypsy girl where the surgeons accompsnying the forco kteppjd forward and enraptured every one were, alasl already too busy attending to preeut with bunts of angello melody. The the hurts and wants of the wounded. It uoblo Italian threw her arms around tho was nece'sarlly nolther a large nor a very nock of the rustic songstress and, drawing strong square. The numerical strength of from her own shoulders a magnificent cash-mcr- o shawl, a present from tuo late popj, tho enemy seemed endless, and their funat-lecourage made them desperate and ut- the compelled lior to roceive it, as l.olong-into the quoou of soug. terly re;kless. Oa to tho iq aro at various The best pirformancot ot the gypsies are points they rusuel nay, Hung tbem'olvei Imitations; but their own vere, wbich aro again and again, until at last, to Urqugonorslly Improvisod, are often ropl:o with hart' dismav, the line was broken. "Oojd Ood!" he cried, "H troop has given meaning and sentiment Tho great simway. I knew they would. Here" looking plicity and flexibility of gypsy music render it peculiarly applicable to tho dance. In rounl for some one to carry a message "oh, here, De Bolingbroke, get acro-- s there Hungary and Poland the rustic gypsy band is tailed in requisition at overy festival, and as fast as you can, and send the Bluo Jackets over to btop tbo gap" for a few men of oulivons the pleasure of every holiday. the Naval brigade were the only men not of One often sees tbe tears coursing down their his own regiment sunburnt cheeks during tbo exocutlon ot Alt along he had been doubtful of the men tome favorito air. "Call the gypsies," Is a of H troop, ba lag youngsters who had never common saying in Russia when society soon active service, and bearing as entire is becoming tedious and entertainment is troops do sometimes, partlcularl when the wanted. ofllcors in command of them happen to lack A Spring; of Soda Water. that smartness and that popularity which New York Sua are needed to make a troop worth its colt There is in tbo extreme north ot Utah a on the whole the very worst of characters; first-clabut that tbey would waver and break lino magnificent subterranean reservoir ot soda water, bubbling and ctTsrvescing as tbey were dolug then be had hardly ground f sared, and be fairly hungered to be iu tholr out of tbemight be in tuch quantities that all supplied. In the extreme America midst, spurring them to better things. How ver, be was bound having tbo south, on the road to Ordervllle, Is an exsafety ot tbo entire force at utake to re- quisite circular lakelet that is always just tbobrltn main where he was aiid keep nil his men in full te as beryl. with water as cloar and a And wherever the water sight, turning anxloudy every moment to groon elgi watch De Bollngbroke go at his best pace in overflows the lako's aud ft encrustu tho grass fallon leave tie direction ot the men of the Naval ground and tbefine oatingthe limestone, so of He saw that he delivered his may-sag- upon it with a Brigade. Is and then, instead of coining back at that tbe brim growing higher and higher once t his post at Urquhart' sldo, saw bim with the imperceptible but cortain growth ride quietly to the mass of confuted men ot a coral reef, and in the course of generations and horses at tho part where the quaro was basin. the lake will bscomt a concreted broken, dismount, and disappear among the others. History of a Vermont Tosvn. "What is the young Idiot after?" said The history ot a Vermont mountain town Urquhart to himself, Impatiently, straining is thus epftomlzid by a good observer: The his eyes to try and discover him. early Bottlers cleared up good farms, and But it was useless. He saw that the men the children got rich from them. The of the Naval. brlgado went with a run to the grandchildren rau thorn down, and loadod breach, and presently thoso of H troop tbe town with debts. The next gonoration seemed to take heart ot grace und make a skipped away to the west better fight for it St:p by step tbt horde Pittsburg claims more rich men, in proof blacks were driven back, and the line was reformed. Still there was no sign of portion to the population, than any city in Ssvdnty ro Idents aggregate De Bolingbroke, and Urquhart turned with tho Union. i very ugly word ludeed to the work which 1180,000,0)0. seoded his I I y, ( al g ss Happiness results from that true contentment which indicates perfect health ot body nnd mind. You may possess it, it you will purify ind Invlgorato your blood with Ayer Strtt-parill- a. E. JI. Howard, Newport, N. H., writes : " I suffered for ycart with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottle ot Ayer's Sarsaparllla, I Masoiilioimer's Restaurant OrrostTX 0)0t-1Ioos- k DANVILLE, MmU - - KENTUCKY, Game art strred tt all hour. 'JS i short hsnd tnd in u season, oysters Hit deUeaelM served in til stile and onKesUa. Ux out for th tlm Woodbine rant" n4 call when jou r hunjr j. tlwtrt on cjgy&h r: , ' jk. rEET H-3L- k II r StttttttiliiMpS?tY ikillH will Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health.'' James French, Atchison, Ksns., writes: "To all persons tufferlng from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Aycr's Sarsaparllla. I wai afflicted with a dlscaso of tho liver for nearly two years, when a friend advised mo to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, nnd has cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 4 Dsvlght tt., Boston, Mass., writes : " For several years I havo used Ayer1 Sarsaparllla In my family. I never feel safe, even OPERA HOUSE W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor HiMofBtaM.tSOxJO. lUMOMbli . BTAMM)RD, KY.- - EUhteomoletttettof 8a. Sir. Btftrif capacity, IneluJln gtllsry, W ood tttrtciTons. Stockholders Meeting. Ck'lMLW 3VE "U Tbt mS uouiVln UustonTllleoatheM Timdir Direct-or- . arj.HSd, lortheparpoteol electing nine to wrve the en.ulM 1',,nr-- v .-, r.,v, tiJ. ,!J JJ.JJ ...-- ' ., Stockholders' Meeting. iiKwtlnu of the itockhoMm of the First will be U,M tt.thrir banklM heost lor sue si (llwr4 fra Srt f Ut tttM bib Ut txttm luus, ir.'lx Uit lh .null itimu U rlMltU Utl Imhsi SMtli. .Um.UUll urssurul iUm-- !' pratwlM il tilts' Mis s ihrow UtIT ttilr lurtlas (Ut rlM nraibrtat la imp im t Hh.i.1 av watt MaMntJ with ih atfcllai asael lt It lift Mlatlplt la Ibl looll.lt f'ttl tt IU tU B.Ul. ft-tila t Caittta RtititT p Hi rt Orw tva M Cttiit, Crttp, iht 4qunTttLntAims lMi i. !ES ..ttl Alv ttt. 1 3NT ul M At Home without It. As a liver medicine nnd general purifier of tho blood, It Las no equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wlntcrpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two t, years of age, was taken with Bowel which wo could uot cure. Wo tried tunny remedies, but ho contluucd to grow womc, ami finally becamo so reduced In flesh tint ve could only movo him upon a pillow. It was suggested by ono of tho doctors that Scrofula might bo the causa of tho trouble. We procured a bottlo ot Com-plaiu- Me. ta I $1. WALTF.RA.TATLOR.Atlaata.Oa. ,llilli,.i-IHIil.-li riSr tl CttitftpUtai til tt ftltltMt, tar att TtsMratsUt fwlu Prltt, CktUrta !! pii"" y0HS j. McUOnEttTS.C.hlr. l'SllUU. itrrkrtt IijMtittr Im nrs mniisss a iiucKLiiKRRr coroui. w TttlM. rttttltts - Iloth (or aalt br Dr. M. I.. nOUilXK, Stanford. Stockholder the rnsulug Meeting. OWHl.h. , LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs deliver-e- d at any station of the L. &N K. O. orO. S.R. R. ., J. OTTENHEIMEB, Crab Orchard, Ky - Wr yer. J. turner. JOHN B. MERSHON, Sarsaparilla and commenced gh Ing it to htm. It surely worked wonders, for, In a short time, he was completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. AYER'S Blacksmith, The STANFORD, KY. t Slioclnl Atlontlou falvon io HorHC-Ulioolu- All Kinds of Wagon and Buggy Work Dono. 6J-2- 1 l'rlco $1; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aytr & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. j .. ,o stll Ihtet t.H , ;' ? I lltlllM. or I ," fpLlw'tvitit - NtwtgTi Ague Cure IS WAUKANTI5D to euro Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fcer, Remittent Fccr,Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, " Fever), I.l ver Dengue (or " Hrcnk-bou- c Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial potions. AYER'S and In Karate, irtels. dw a! Through Coaohoa and Pullman Bleeping Cars. IiOiiInvHIo (o ClilniRo, Cincinnati o CIiIcuko, IiidlniiapollH Io ChlciiKo " cmimco . -- tt --ww .. " RiT- -' vltli P. Will Mil low lorrmiu m " Ctnt, tnterwtatrr a- From. FKr,itSi, hUnfotJ, Kv ,- - :a.,air. vj.. - oi..oilinril..Im.!, 'S ! . iaft.fr 1. M otuiUkikI. icb.es. ..-..- ( ef ; tor lnlVw Ut hog.. Ai -- ill Tniiouan "tTme table Via Loufirlll.! I . "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, I used a bottle of Oyer's .Igua Cure, and have never sinca had a chill. I MYERS HOTEL, -- I.Tj. I) H.r le " ..,1UsiuKri, I SMpiu 8 00 aw Dr. J. C. STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr EDWIJS HARPEIi." ThiB Old and Well Known Hotol Still Maintains its nv Higb Reputation, Ayer & Co., Lowell, Masi runr-AKin-i Mt Cloellitallr CtntlDDatl .., Lt. Imllanaill..., " ... . , Arr. fhlpaco.. .., Datl Ke f I 1" Mam) Op iu li Up id II 20pw a tlallynMptutiday. lurcjosir ticket read, tla the j' 1 I m c (4 a iu AMI) Sold by all Druggists. CATHARTIC . COATED -- 2T SUGAR Proprietor it Iti Shall be deoondDetermined that to no Country it Hotel in the State in iu Fare, Appointmenti, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Ouoiti. (UN. A.AC MONON ROUTE, 19 to U'y) It I th ijhIcVmI. the best and bitxl direct line toChbagoaud imlnta in IheNorthwci Tlckfl. rla IheJtonon Itnult on sale at all principal ticket odcea. For rates, uuia and lull Iu formation, adJre. WM.fi. BALDWIN, o V A., Chicago. A J.O'IILIL.LV.U . A , IuutIIU, fro Il.fx.ae wllllis Mtttfti to s m0., tbt fieVof ckarts. Nplt will CommerrlslTr.Telers.Th.lU t KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. H Dyspepsia & Asthma Cam Ho Cnrctl. rreTalent a. Drs- - "llltioGritH IloiKc' Shortoat and Qalokeat Route from Ood tral Kentucky to all Pointa North, East, West and Southwut. Fait Lint Between Joui. are lo.i of rW'ffi.vib.'iur! LEXINGTON at OIXCI.VNATI UjW "iifif. IclanT Stir Two-thlr- of lis. chronic dls. t.Ml origin In to. losi 01 , detbji JVioJ not Scbrdult In EOect Oct. II, KoTsT 1SJS. neadnche, Nausea, Dizziness, an Dron They dtlmuhto the Stomach, Liver, mid Bowels, to health) nctlon, assist digestion, nnd Incrcaw) tho appetite. They comblno cathirtlc, dluretle, and tonic properties of tho greatest value, nro a purely vegetable compound, and may bo talien with perfect rafcty, either by children or adults. K. L. Thomas, Framing-haMass., writes: "For a number of )ears I was Mibject to violent Headaches, arising from nillsonlcrcil condition of tho stomach ami bonds. About n year ago I commenced the uso of Ajer's Pills, and have not had a headacho Mnce." W. P. Hamnli, florinley P. 6., York Co., Out., writes: " I liaio tisetl Aycr's Pills for tho safely ray thut I last thirty ) cars, and have noter found their equal ns a cathartic medicine. I urn nccr without them In C. I. Moore, Elgin, III., my house." writes : "Indigestion, Headache, and Loss of Appetite, had so weakened and debilitated my system, that I was obliged to glvo up work. After being under tho doctor's caro for two weeks, without getting any relief, I began taking Aycr's Pills. My appetite aud strength returned, and I was soon enabled to resuiuo my work, Iu perfect health." 1 CURE S: allow iunf JransemtM of kl. nej., tnd SOCTR-UODIf- Xofi 1 Ko.TT Dally a 10 Ex. bun. Lre. C'oTlni(loa.. " Kaliaoutb 8 10 ,Kx. dun DR. HOLT'S Dyspeptic Elixir WILL. CUKE YOU. Kor .alcbr Dr. M. L. rioume, iJtanf ;rd. Ky.73-- pro 2 00 pm aw, .. 4 M a ie pta " Cyntblina... 11 Vi aiOIO SI Dm' 2 81 p ta 70 pit i 37 Arr. I'arla. II 10 a ui. II 00 p iu 5 IU pin " lirxlngion 7 p m G 17 pm I.T. l'arl. II rt a m II 1 p m 8?3 p in Arr. WlnchMtar.. i; 80 p ui.ll iu pusi S10 p m " Richmond 7 prr " Lancaster ...... S 13 pm, .. . 11 a Rowland All Open -- Letter! 1 Ltd, llUtiuiiaJ, Arr. Bores J' Urination 0 OUpiul 1 W pm S 31 p tu 00 t in No. II .....1., 1. NotTH-floi'x- IM WIIU.ll- - NO. 3 I No. 1 AImIm ARK DKKI'tV ladies nELIROA,, Not. l,.n iislnz rour 0,1631. wonder- - Arr. Richmond Lre. ltowland Lt. l.lrlDgiton.... " Keren Arr. Richmond ..... INTEBESTED HEAD IT. ,. " f;!0!"". I I a ml. .., 7 15 a m, I " is Ol) a m 11 15 1 00 a 111 L 10 22 am!. c. m Arr Mllltttburg 47 a o vw . ... Hipm " Carlt.la .................... 8 r n in 0 10 p in , I'ltErAHKt) BY Johoaon In OS 7 07 pm llutthank.toaklul rwrldence, I was directed Maytfllle 10 60 a m 7 60 p sn Dr. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. baTe been .pared to it. uittnd ray life and health would n.T-e- r No. Ji Sold by all Druggists. me. Ifroy means would sdiultoflt I Hotmi-Bor'sD.IIt Dally be without it In my home. Ex. Bun. Ex. bun recommended It to 1 number of my frld. I bTe been wonder- Lre MaT.Tlllo.,., 5 41 a m 2 45 p m 11 and without exception they hare all Johnson. 6 27 a m S 28 nm " CarlUle fully rellend tnd cured. Iglre tni endorsement 7 20 a m 4 28pm benefit ol .., 4 47 pm 7 it MUlenburg... without solicitation, tnd freely, for tho To those desirlnf slJltlontl rrsillog niattor wo AST rana 8 15 a ml B 18 p ra suffering oneiol my ei. the " Lexington... will club the a au m is., n Mm. Akjcx IUhf. re.pectfully. " CoTlntton ... II 80 a ml 5 45 p ra Y INTEIUOlt J0UKNAL Very mall- SendforourTreatlwon Female Dlwaw., Notk. Train. 3 and 4 are dally between Win. As follows: ed free Address chatter, Lexington and Corlngton; other train J3 00 BEOULATOIt CO., With the Weekly Couiltr-Journaredally except Sunday. THE BKADFIELD 2 SO Now York World Direct conn, ctlon. are made at Wln'cbe.terwltb Box 23, Atlanta. 0 a. 3 00 New York Sun ' gy. Cbeeaijeake A Ohio for Mt. Bterllnir. Aihland, M. U BOURKE. Stanford, Huntington, Charle.ton, W. Va and Eaitern clu For aale by DR. B CO Magazine BED-BIDDE- Ayer's Pills, J. 0LTJBBING RATES. 7 25 a m! 2 40 p m 4 20 nm Lre Paris 8 20 a m 3 30 p m 5 20 pm Cynthlana . 8 S3 a in a 05 p ui 0 si pm ' Bradfield't Feintlo IleguUtor,' fulromedr."r-" Falmouth , . U 55 a in i " p in fi 57 pm I want to say to Arr. CoTlngtoo . ..111 80a m 6J)0 p ui 8 5 pm In my fmllT fur t long time, and n.rer was tbeaufferlngone efmyieithat there Bnythlnga.ultolt. Would to Ood that 9tATAVII.E.E I1UANCII. wonderful aflllcted woman in our land kocw of its power a lao. 1 o.to uw ttrtues and curatlre o. (11. Norxr ch Id DallT great deal of It alnce theblrtb of my la.t Dally I do think bad It Ex, 8uo, Ex. bun. about s year snd is half ago, and would htre T.Tti rVitrtnirtAn not been for tblt raluable medicine, I 2 00 p m Maeeae tMHHsts.st 7 s(t(. Lexington 7 3S.ni 4 20 om been ......t Lte. Hlcbmond Arr. Winchester.... Arr Pari L,Te. Islington ...' 6 03 a m 7 M a m' 2 2J a ml 8 (8 a nil iu am lupin i yt . NoaTii-BouK- I N TOR LIFE I " Prl I I I 8 20 a m fi 23 p sra SEMI-WEEKL- sl Ilsrpft't ' " ' -- The tioilur ul xu "tl null g 10 Uifti. i Mnl' a1 pi...ij, kni. J tt Djp Hwii-er''Pflnrt- - CnHUle'e Imh Iter, mild fui f 12.0CU. Pficte 3 00 bcutbern Mvoutr 2 to Home rd r'srui ' piiLlltntl n vnu de.lre, In lct, no tnattf r we can furnish It v. lib our piper sn J ihth jou le-- ! tne trouble anJ expeme uf remitting for it, IrumM reins to tl JO. ran OM subicrll)er wbo harp, avail theiiiMlTPs of (hi. clUr u inytns the illntr-euc- e uets.'eon 8! ft!Hl the .shhmiuu liaised W. I'. VM.TVj 1107,810(01.1 Hirr'i veeklr 8 20 ht .... jh T,lonlj bjths jH i?r.j:i.ii:ii:3. JVl ObtrtatJ ctuM3iri3Urt, TO S DAY'S Dti V n w thtitits of t'ui " icmelic, n I ht V" tluint ualveml llnlw u"n'y' Rin nRos I'wi, l.k fihtiwrn the tli .ilifanJ now uajs Iii,iut..ntruta u lo' ICIOt.' line oil ! m A. I-- 'Ml III vw,nc s;ndclv.B:h!n:lnd,cu:on,, n4 b?8Kn checked to any T.hroV."h ,,clt,,. le.tlnatlon reached by a railroad. H. F. D. MORSE, W. II. WHITTLESEY, Faasengnr Agent, Trar. Vse Apiit. - "a .(' l)flilll Illidlar 1. IT. sernirnl Mancgtr U-- m. in ij