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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886010501 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. Semi Heetli ntefiot nmfital & VOL. XIV. Simi-Meeli- ln w STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1886: $nkior$oratI GEO. O. BARNES. NO. 87. SURGEON DENTIST, CANDIDATES. HUST0NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. bust in the great assembly room above his vault. No one knew what happened when 8TANF0BD, KY. The girls have all returnod to their Offloe Booth tide Main Street, two doors above he came to die. Personally I grow more respective schools, and several households W. II. WITHERS the Hyers HoUlft 'Praise tho Lord. God is Lovoand Noth- hopeful, as I get older, and my thoughts of e VuhUttUctl Tuftlau Mini Frttlav trying to get used to tho blanks their Is a Csndtdate for Aueiior, subject to tbo action Fare Nitrous Oxlds Ou administered when re- . quired. ing EIjo." -- AT the dear God grow mellow and less tinged departure has oftbe Democracy. created. tgtJJ OAHir, with the fierce theology of my frightened Rey. J, C. Randolph preached at the DB. W. B. PENNY, & 1835. FuTTEitounu, India, Nor. boyhood. I'r.ise the LORD! . D. KENNEDY It li understood ir we creJIt that 11.50 will be ex Presbyterian church 8ucday and announcnTTTTLU STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Deaii iNTEtitort: We are pleasantly peeled and demanded. At last my promise to George, as she lay ed bis purpise to hold services there every Is a Candidate for Asietjor, tubjsct to the action ol Office oa Lancaster street, next door to Into-xio-a eettled and at work at the second merlin?, burning up with the fever to bring her the Democratic pirty. Sabbath. Rev Green, of Louisville, occuJouoif al office. OSes hours from 8 to 12 A. of what we trust will prove a long "series," back to Lucknow and let her see all the x. and 1 to 0 r. u. Anesthetics administered wboo W. P. WALTON. pied the pulpit of the Baptist church morn neceasarr. llSMyr. blessing to all concerned. full of "sights" when she got well was redeemed, ing and night. GEORGE S. CARPENTER and we wero ready to leave the beautiful We leftShabjebanporeby the midnight Our people are clamorous for a recon Is a Candidate for Coanty Cleric, subject to the acCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. train of the day after our meeting cloieJ, Queen Station of E litem India, for such, strnctlon of "Walton's pony express" which tion of the Democracy. truly, is Lucknow. mod to be no efficient in the delivery of the lion. F. F. Uobbilt spent Sunday at and were back in Lucknow by sunrise. We Dressed Fine Flooring, Oailing, Weather Bf. JOHNSON When Government was crystalizing a remained there during the day giving the paper in this region. Resurrect tho thing horns. , Boards, Finishing Lumber, Qreen Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub scheme for writing uuiformly the Roman Oils J. NewUnd ii to be seen busy girls at opportunity of seeing what they and we'll furnish tho rider a horn to blow Ject to the action ol the Democracy. Lumber in the Bongb, including Urdu, by common conieut, tho historical throughout the trip and another horn on eyery ly on tha street with tho feitie and had entirely missed; orseen, at best, with Laths and Shingles. were leu, many fever stricken eyes, heavy with the hateful places, of deepest interest, his arrival. fickle taxpayer. WILMS O. RAKXETT convenience of oar cuitomers la 8Ua of them untouched by the innovation. D.jO. Payne ha renteJ property In malady, by which eatan tought to embitter If weeping heavens be significant the Ii a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln S'ortheTlclnlty we hire arranged with Geo, ford anil Lucknow was thus spared the indignity of It, ll'enren to keep on hit yards an birth of '80 is certainly not hailed with county, luhjrct to prlmarr election of the Demo- of our Lumber, where thercangetlt assortment Barbourvllle. and will move LI stock cf our precious Lucknow visit. This time we as cheap as cratic party. is the correct enjoyed everything without drawback, and being spelled Liknau, which from us direct. He will alio make eitlmatei for goods thither in a short time. signs of elemental jubilation. We are ly scientific, and unspeakably ridiculous any bllli not on haodi, which" wo will All on short proud to he able to report that our comma Last Saturday wae our municipal flee it was llko a "first visit" for freshness and notice. JIELVXX Jb DA VIS. IT. T. SAUNDERS transformation it would havo undergone. Lily, Ky. nlty passed through the trying ordeal withtion: itama chancre were made in the hoard full appreciation. a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol Ii We drove straight to the Residency, of So Cawnpore escaped Kanpur by tho skin out a scene of violence or the of trustees without excitement or Interest. taint of any the Democracy. of the teeth. Ojr good friends, Mr. and ' actionable crime. Oars has always been a Ittv Green, of Louisville, has accepted course. This is the loadstone of attraction A. Mrs. Morgan in whose houee we had naT. M. PENNINGTON peaceful region and peculiarly so during acallby the Ihptist chufch here,and nlll in Lucknow, and here we picked up a tive guide, who spoke Eogliih intelligibly, rooms while at the Dasserah meetings a the reign of "the spirit 'of misrule" whote fill that pulpit on each first and third Sun Ii a Candidate forJCounty Clerk ol Lincoln, sub-eto the action of tho Democracy. and knew perfectly erttj spot of intorest month before received us for the day most dynasty ia said to claim absolute away dur THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- Beerl of "the hoya" have "dworn oil" we wished to inspect. Under his directions hospitably. ing the holidays. , A few hours run on the 0, & R. R. B. PAXTON Col. Wini Carpenter, a former citizen with the beglnnlnc of the year. It is de- we visited each outpost around tho won And the Loulsrllle brought us again to Ciwnpore, and a little County of this county, but, during the last ten Is a cand'dato lor to occur Attorney, subject to the voutly hoped they may hold out with the derful entrenchment, where every defender election the lint Saturday In midnight we were safe in bed at the Courier-Journ- al was a hero. The Trine of Wales, during after years of Texasr arrived here last veek. His Srlmary year. "Empress" Ilotel eoothed to slumber by the mlfwion is to take charge of hia daughter, There is nothing doing here in the way bis visit, years ago, suggested the erection One year for only 83 two pipers for little murmur of a fall in a lock of the Ganges Mrs. R. more tnan the price of one. JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD of trade in live stock, notwithstanding Mr. of small brick pillars properly labelled Jto II. Thompson, and her little famicommemorate the exact spot where each post canal running 60 yards away. ly and convey them back to Texas. The Ii a Candidate for County 'Attorney ol Lincoln, R. Ii. Ward and Dab Land are live men in By paying us t3 you will receive for one year ("CONTINUED NEXT ISSUE was so gallantly held, and it was done. One your homo paper with the l, the Col. looks remarkably well. Hia health is subject to the actlou of the Democracy. the trade. representative newspaper of tho South, democratAnecdote of Josh Billings, fine and his conversational powers by no ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the best, Dr. Joeph B. Graham, Stark Fish and of these touches the doepeut chord in the brightest aud ablest family weekfy in the United JUDGE T. W. YARNON The late Join Billings was once on a means impaired, It ia refreshing to aee other have erected a double lice of tele objerrer'e heart. It is called the Marti States. Those who deelre to examine a sample copy of th Courier-Journcan do so at this oflloe. to theofficoofCoun for the purpose of mere l'oit. Sixty. five boys from the Mar passenger train bound for hie old home at and hear him while be revives hia reminisIiaCandldate for graph wire in town, some of Lanesborougb, Massachusetts. On the train cences of his "Old Kentucky Home" or ty Judge, lubjtct to the action of the Democracy. tlmere Callege, in the suburb studying telegraphy. In few Inland towns could the young them mere children bravely held this ex were several commercial travellers, who, portrays in vivid colors tho scenes, advenD. SWOPE folks have found Christmas more enjoyable postd position, with unflinching gallantry; to while away the time, proposed a game ture and capabilities of the land of his OHIO HY. Ii a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, lubject than u the cue here. I'tie holidays past and shared the burdens of the heroic de- of whist. A fourth man was wanted, and a adoption. Joe Page, Jr. has gone to Texas, to.tbo action of the Democracy. fence, with the constancy of the bravest gentleman sitting near was requested to partly on a visit to relatives and partly to td without disttubanco Kcntuclcj'g Route East Mini Mollie Meyer, ono of Ohio's men. Another bastion is shown where nn take a haul. ascertain whether the Lone Star State GEORGE IS. COOPER voa intrepid woman volunteered t3 take charge hsnifajmoat daughter, is visiting Mir L! "No; I do not play. But there is an old neede any addition to its present supply of It a candidate for Couaty Clerk of Lincoln, lubject Lc it Washington, Philadelphia and to Gormloy. Mr. Simeon Uormley, of and didfor well, when men could not her fellow who is a capital player; try him" mind and muscle. Mrs. Arch Frye ia seri- to tho action of tho L emocritlc party. spared Now York. the work. Je sie Iirown, pointing to the "old fellow," who sat de ously ill. Will F. Carpenter ia also quite Lexinuton. It ot horns on a vi'It. JA9IES P. BAILEY ,Kpular as well honored name wife of one of the soldiers mil re! yon the seat in front. Tho only line running Mr. Ilobt. L. Crow is a sick. Is a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the ac"Good player, is he?" said the commerai a frequent visitor to our town. If Le of H. M. 31M foot. TULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS' To tho Editor of the Interior Journal. tion ol the democratic party. I was touched to look at the broken cial msn. ''Then we'll have eome fun with thinks of InTrat gnling here we wish him Fkanicfoiit, Jan. 4, '85. As Borne cen AND as dtxorv-In- g drain, through which the fearlees Kavan-ag- h old Hayseed;" and accosting the quiet, sjcce in a royal line, for he is sure has been cast upon me for some re SOLID T. D. NEWIjAND crept, and after capture, by connjm. farmer-likpusenger, the young man, marks made by me in regard to the resoluas affable. FROM Is x candidate lor Sherlfl of Lincoln Mr. J. L. HUvio hn moved his stock mate tact and address succeeded in hood, whose cheek was his fortune, blandly said: tion introduced in the democratic caucus, Ject to the action of the democracy. county, sub- Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky., to Washington Oity, Mr. J Will winking his captors, and made his way to "My venerable friend, we would liko to in groceries to Lulhf rhelm reference to local legislation, I furnish Connecting in ths some depot with Sir James Outram, in the Alum High, I have you tnke a hand in a game of cards M , has movcJ his gocd James, our new I'. DAWSON W. of my remarks upon you the substance Fast Trains for Now York. with us, just to while away tho time. Will that resolution: ani office to the oorurr store room of Mr. miles away. Is a candidate for Jailer o Lincoln County, subThe Direct Route to The heaped fragments of the old niaga you oblige ut?" ject to the action of tho Democratic party. Jno. liuchauac. Mr. Chairman I am opposed to the resoLynchburg, Daiirllle, Norfolk and all Virginia tine lie, just as they were left by the exploand North Carolina Points. Looking the young man in the face a mo lution. We are the representatives of a Our emigrant to Fla., will leave us For tickets and further Information, applr to SAM. M. OWENS this week Mr E V Jooe is still hunt-in- g sion that destroyed It and at the same time me nt, "old Hayseed" answered, "Ya as free people and I am in favor of being free. your nearest ticket office or address W. W.Monft a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sub- roe, Dlr. Freight and Passonger Agent, Lexington the manufacturer of that baby he toutd blew out the gallant llfo of the brave eer we'll be there in abaout three hours." We are here in a dual capicity. In our ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. Ky. Hettcr owa up, K. gcant, who was left behind, at his own re "You don't understand, my friend; we agRreRate capacity we represent the grand on the Christ nits Ireo O, W. HMITII, H. W. FULLER, to do this woik. lie had been mor want you to take a hand" Qen'l Fass'r AgM. Oen'l Manager, qiKst, V , it i the best you cm do. D. It. CARPENTER, old Commonwealth of Kentucky. It ia Klchmond. Virginia. tally wounded and knew that he was a dy"Ya-ar- , the stand o' corn is very good as Coanty Attorney, our duty to enact such laws as would re- Is a Candidate for fpeeim.n TiiililUli Vutot. to of party: ing man. So instead of cumbenog the fly oncommon handsome." dound to her general welfare and to repeal subject tbe action the Democratic lA)D.Wn Whitehall Kvkiv ) Tho commercial man was annoyed. such as are detrimental to her general inter Agricultural laborur raiding ing party on the final retreat, he steadfastly A poor ngud JAMES W. ALCORN nt Blrdtlp, In the County of Uloucesler, was refused lo be moved, and died like Samp "Speak a little louder," suggested the gen. eela. And ne are also here to represent "Will you glvo .on among the Philistine, slaying more tlemau in the seat behind; "he is somewhat CAtrvaMoJ a fow days aga Is a Cadldate for Circuit Judge in the this Disour immediate constituents the people ot trict, muject to the action of the Democracy. your rota to Sir, Yorko. JobnP kindly In than 200 mountaineers in the explosion his hard of hearing." OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W the respective counties whose votes sent us qulrod ft gentlemau. "So, I sbau't glo my "My friend!" ehouted the young fellow, here, and whose money pays up, nnd they oat to non'boly. Ilu' bo tho fuit voat as dying band had lighted, oa he lay iu reach R. C. WARREN tror I bsl, and I tboll kip un vor rnyso!'." of the train prejnred for him by his com 'will you take a hand in a game?' are entitled to eome consideration at our and "Now, John," continued tbo gontUmau, "I rades before he left. "Ya-a- . to the office of Com- The direct through linefrom old established route eame is oncommon plenty; all hands. I will admit private legislation is a Is a Candidate lor am sura you will giro your vota to Mr. monwealth's Attorney ot the 8th Judicial DisErcry foot of the ground has ita own pa you want Yorko." ".NVsJi, no'ah, 1 tolli og straight It great nuisance, and is the main cause of a trict, subject to tbe action of the Democracy. ' Oh, go to the devil! You'ro m deaf There are few spots on be tbo fuit voat as Iver I ha' bad gli to I, thelic history. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis prolonged session and greatly enhances the and I shan't glo us away to anyboly, but I earth like it, fcr its mullum t'rtpaiTOol thrill u posil" and the man cf cheek subsided, and all points in the West. O. II. WADDLE of State government, but aa I unexpense4 chall kip un vor my sol'.' ing incident. amid the laughter of his companions. Attorney In another parish the squire has Usued a derstand the resolution it puts the members la a Candidate for Commonwealth's the action of Two (2) Dally Trains from LouIstIHo to St. Louis. Dlr Tlct, subject to of Then we went to old DtlEhoosha palace When Lneeborough was reached, "old of this houfe upon their kneo before a the 8th Judicial party. little leallft to the "Hodge family' beaded Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati the Democratic to fat. Louis. Vote for your frlonds." Tho loaflet thoti where the sainted soldier, Sir Henry Hav-erlowhen ho quietly Hayiced" arose to deparl, begging a consideration of their committee, tolls tho in bow they may dUcovor tholr His expired on the retreat. Only iO hours from Louisville ani Cincinnati handed his card to the commercial man, bills -- an attitude that the representatives friends by tho answers thosis sup'xutxl JOHN S. VAN WINKLE toSt, Louts. were taken onto Alum Bigh a few who sat glum in hi. Best, and in a particufriauds may glvo to tho tatt questions. of a free people ehculd never occupy. And is a Candidate for Circuit Judge of the 8th Dis"Young tracts, Joafloti, locturas books, milM further and there they now lie, un larly comical way remarked: What wltb twenty republican memhera in trict, subject to tbe Primary election ct tbo Dem- Tho Only Lino by which you can and oration Ho4co Is perplexed, toasod, dcr a plain shaft of brown etoue, where an msn, when you travel on your cheek, don't there nre got a Through Stooping Car ocratic party to be held tbe 1st Saturday in March, this Ilouse, who have no voice in this cau- 18SC, and confuiod. A farmer said to his carter, in your eye. Seet "' epitaph vainly attemple to describe the get From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. when bo brought In tho keys of bli .table, cus, nnd what right have we to fetter them to vote forr man he was. His Bt&tue adorns Trafalgar "The young fellow glanced at the card. and to eay that they and their constituents "Well. Hill, who blst a gr-a- n TVio CJm Rr TVr Is the only line running "Well, maystor, replied Hill, "1 ha' road Square under shadow of the mtghtly col- Thenuperscription was "Josh Billings." Allt? Loulirllle Female College, and Cincinnati OttAYl.. through fromroutes being by a resolution they had no shall be bound toSt. Louts, all other tbo iqulro's s.rmont, and I bo a gwnn to got off the train, and the man of made up of a combination of small roadi. umn reired to tho honor of England's Josh STANFORD. KY., take bis a Jrlc, and to voat vormo friends." voice in pasaina? I am not here to repre Hill scratchod greatest admiral. cheek had to find a rest in another car to sent tho democratic psrly, I am hero to "And who bo urn, HIUP Railway runs S, PAXTON ALEX. PRES. Tho Ohio & Mlssls-ln- mgni trains; ; LuxuriantPalatial l'ar- Bleeping cars on bis lioaJ, lookol remarkably euta, and ex Then we went to the Martimere College; cecape tho "run" on him by his compan-io- ns represent the people of the Slate of Kenlor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach "Well, maystor, I can't exactly clalmodi Drawer, in Harper' Magaes on su trains. Motes Mahul, the So Editor' the Hnah Noilf; the The Secocd Term of the present seislon will tucky and the people of Lincoln county, say, but you bo ono on urn." Feb. 1st, 1838. Location pleasant; dlsclpllco Direct and close connections are mada in UNION cunder Rgh, each of the last three de- zine for January. DEPOTS with diverging lines by tbo 0. A M. whether democrat or republicans, white or :lnd but.tlrm: instruction thoroucli. Pupils re AVIiule. Origin of ttio ceived at any time. Send for circular. Hallway, thus avoiding troblesome transscribed iu the annuls of thooe perilous timex from a new black. For years we have condemned par fers by other routes. The lime taste in the water (Popular Kelotice Monthly.) as "ttornml" by the relieving forces When of Congress. Tbe Ohio A Mlsilulppl Railway Is the only line l'rofosaor Flowor remarked, trartinently ono reads the sentence, how litt'e it meaurl cistern can be avoided in thia way: After ty legislation in the halls botwecn ixmisviue, Cincinnati ana nt. uuyt to a doscrlptlou by Dr. Strutbors In tho under one management, running all Ua cementing, before the plaster is thorough- Tib equally obnoxious in State legislation. DISSOLUTION NOTICE biological wctlon of lb Hrltlsh rasoclatlon, It wh "taken" by the "93d HighUnderu" trains through solid and in consequence The gentleman from Louisville (Mr. ltead) is recognized Flrit-ClaRoute bewhale, that the whnlo carrlod 1U or the l.h Bihbs" or the "Marine Urigade," ly dry put on a strong solution of ealt and of tbo Tny tween those Cities. The Arm ef Kins A Levi has been dlcrolud by In ovory part a kettle of burning char- saya "nit many of ua will come back here." alum, thon lower iodigroo on Its owti body and one stand ounds so slmpie and easy until Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for 1 came here by mutual consent, Mr. Levi retiring. of lti structure. It bad boon thought that I will continue the clothing business at tho full particulars u to rates, time, maps, circulars coal nnd allow it to be consumed. This That doea not apply to mo, mammals might havo pasiol through au before tho frowning loop holed ruins and will form a hard, flinty rock surface, which a majority treading upon the heels of 1,000 same s'nn ind hope to recelro the liberal pat or any desired Information, or write to ronsgo I have enjoyed In the past and for which I stago before they cania thinks it all over -s- lowly. Then the sub ROUT. II. FORMAN, ncpiatto and nuu-lnnnd that majority was so united nnd de tike this method ol thanking oiy friends ahd the Trav. Pass, ag't O- - A M. U'y, Sorcerset. Ky. to the land. Hut observations ot the ana ject looms and grows apace, until the men will not crack and will protect the wattr to I shall always W. B. SH ATTUC, W. M. PEABODY. hitter as to indi- fiubtlc generally. with mo as tuy make it can your voted and tho minority so tomy of th vrbalo showod that this could prices to trade not Uen. Pass. Ag't, Pres. and Oen'l Man'gr, less than giants in from sny unplennt taste. KTjAHS. clearly that I have a fee, simple tide even be duplicated. not bavo boon tho oasa. Thorn could bo no who did it seem no Cincinnati, O. cate It. Staofotd, Ky. wUatover that tho whala bud boon coungennd in power. It is more and Judging from the pictures wo have eecn to my seat. I have come here to stay, I inquestion animal. dorlved from n more wonderful to me what human hero of him in the newspapers, we should eay tend to make this capitol my permanent It was n chartustorlstlo of a mammal to istn can accomplish. Rent. that about a score of William H. Vander-bill- home until I strike for a larger cipitol. I 'WbaUi word at ono have a Ualry covering. had just died. It la quite remarkable am in favor of the representative of this tlmo thought to bo an exooptlon, but it was Gen, Claude Martin came to India in the The large and desirable Storo Itoomtn Tub shown, in almoit every ono that bad boon ranks and rose in the service of the Kings that so many gentlemen bearing the same building, fronting on Main st. House remaining as free as the wild bretsea examined, that at soma porlod of Its life it alight-)y- . Is lor rent. Apply to a "General" name should resemble each other ao that fan their marble browrl muit have bad a rudlmontary covering, of Ojde to the position of Louisville & Nashville E. R. IP. V. IP.I LTOX, Stanford. Boston Trnnrcript. with enormous wealth, nis magnificent which was generally found In the neighborYou will oblige ice by publishing this. hood of tbo upper Up; that covering was palace he left for a college -- and as such, -- TUB GRKAT- F. F. Borbitt Aepark falling through a skylight Keepectfully, functloulsks and ofUu lent boforo Urtb. it is uow doing a doe edu- caused the burning of 1,800 balea of cotton Another remarkable featuro was tho tooth. amply endowed, John Holland killed Tom Crofton, BUILDERS ATTENTION! THROUGH TRUNK All tboso whales were furnUned wltb a eat cational service. The "General" was born at Macon, Ga. New Year'a day, at Ludlow. rudlmontary but completo, aad in Lyons, France, and lived nnd died in the of. tosth, TO TUB We are uow prepared to furnish kinds lumA gigantic engineering scheme ia to A Jedersonville, Ind. man doea a good ber In tbe rough and agents forallplaningolmills. not charctorlitlo of Uio fish, but of a moro Romish faith, if he had any. "Pray for Caspian 8ea with the Persian business in obtaining marriage licenses for Keep constantly on hand dreaaed flooring, celling, Tlioso connect the completely devolopod land mammaL teotu outlrwly vaatshoi at au early porioJ, my soul" appeals mutely to the traveler, Gulf by way of the valley of the Euphra eloping couples, and runners employed to Ac, at lowest prices.doors,, wan, blinds, moulding Bomotlmsj Ufora birth; aud they wero on who descending to the vault below the tes. This would make Asia an island and Sitl BUIOIIT Jb JtETCAZiF. bring in the fugitives are connected with wini tlrelv funntl(Mitii great central awembly room, reads the would change the tidea of travel and buti Magistrates' offices. the Pullman Palace Sleepers. hia rquare marble tomb. Would nesa throughout the Eastern world. Another Hi. Lwr.aco llrldge. epitaph on Chicago Hsrali.1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. do any good, I wondei? It is too risky brldgo, at Montreal it The fanioru Vletorla Positive Cure for Piles. ThabestSaWe In tbo world lor Cuts. Bruises Louisville by anothor bridge for a wise man to try. Better far to eay l. tn Im sunnlementod To the peopled this county we would say that Salt Bheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped to Nashville, crossing tbo St. Lawronoo from Lachlno to like Stephen "Lord Jeeus receiye my we have been gUen the Agmcyof Dr. Marchlil's Soros, Chilblain, Corns and allBkln brnpttons, Hands, Memphis' Caughnawaugo, four miles above tho city. spirit." Then, no need to send back a pite-ot- n guaranteed and poaltlrely curei Piles, or no pay rej ulred. I, Italian Tile Atlanta, Wf will bo of Iron trussos, tho eight spaus It wall to survivors, if perchance "a fer to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Is guaranteed to glre perfect satisfaction, or money From moaiurlng 3,000 fet, and will cost, with ita Price 50c L.ittle Rock, It will bo flnUhod yenl effectual prayer" of eome "righteous Blind, Bleeding or Itching Plln. Drugglita. a box. refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by $1,950,000. approaches. Penny A McAUster. man" may avail to mitigate the purgatorial For sale by Penny A McAlliUr, by Novomlwr of next year, Mobile aud New Orleans. Wonderful Cures. ptngs. It is a fearful risk for on immortal Daughters, Wires and Mothers. An Enterprising, Reliable House. Only one change to points In W. D. Iloyt A Co., wholesale and retail Drug man to run. Poor old "General Claude" A large, finely IUnstrated Pamphlet, emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil's We l fxlle'l upoa been selling Vtauj A MoAllMT au Remedy, t cure Female Dis- gists of Home, Ua., say: "Wo have and made money; gained and schemed Female of eer- - tbin not only to otrry In t . k i' Dr. King's New Discovery, Electrlo Bitters and descriptive of the Northwest. Statistics hste revelled; fought cocks for colossal stakes eases, such as Ovarian troubtei, Inflammation and Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two years. Have nsv-c- r hut toeirure tho Asmy 'oruch srtlclu or bearing compiled from official sources. Sent Free Falling and Dliplaceiuont wull.kuowp merit, sn.laio imiiuUr with the ieo nnd won them oil' his royal msster; and Ulceration, IrreguUrlttcs.'Barrcnnes, Change ol handled goods that sell as well, or give such down felling, 0. H, WARREN, universal satisfaction. There have been some on application to plo, thenby siiitilnln Uiu rHltlou ofhelui at to die made n moat excellent prl ng when he came LI fe, Leuchorrboe a, besides many weaknesses t ctTected by those medlclno In this wsjs onlrriirliliiR suJ orcr rellaMii ll tvlng O. P. A, St. Paul, Minn, Seeking homes on tbe llne'of this road will receive in behalf of posterity. Manv do the log from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spi- wonderiul cures will Conjumptltn thoAuency for ib cdubrateJ Dr. L.lnu' special rates. NerTous Debility, city. Several cases of pronounced Bleepleisnesj, nal Weakness, first or their equivalents and omit tho com? ' have been entirely cured by the use ol a tur botNew Dlicujvtj for Comuuiptlon. will s.ll It on a sTSso Agents of this Company tor rates, route ralpltatlon ol the Heart, Ac. For aale by Drug pottlvo uoranUw. Ii will .urety euro any snd pensating nnd externating last. Let us gists. Prlcci Jl and Jl 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. tles or Dr. Klcg's New Discovery, taken In connec- TIIIC nnUCn mv Im found cntll at Ac, or write . I HlO rflrClt Howfll A COM Siwauoyvr Ad. H- Bitters. Wo guarantee them C. P. ATMORt, u. I'.ui.i, ' every sfl ctloiolth) i'i "it, Urns unl ChMt, nopifor "General Claud-.hiv 1 i (t I'Mrs, K Y. for pamphlet, free. tion with Electric hi n ndtrrtutn tertlslDK llureoiill'Jbpru.oht.. Loulivllll, Ky.i, (1) Sold by Penny A McAllstcr. .tiroeufi'n.c ujlntt) joo toetl' nlwuyi. contracts tnuy bo uiado for II IN NKW YOUti andtol A McAlutcr, Druggists. .iir.biu hud ) d u.' J ..v.v J v. o.a.b.v For m.u liv luuy it tw lUlllHtlS a-- 13ANNUMi Dontlst. LUMBER! J; 23-6- m Grant! Combiiintioii ct J. Weekly Courier-Journa- al J. CHEHEI1 e A TRAIN !. O. & M. I is" s ck, hay-see- d Stanford be-I- n I ss -- 1 four-footo- d s Store Roomjor L.&N. 73-- tf LINE weather-boardin- SOUTH & WEST JUST ISSUED. Letters Olntment-emphatlc- ally Golden Latitudes. ! hl Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 83-- " 0.r. Mn-ih- sulci I'. Stmi-ttkytmorj0nn- wd Stanford, Ky., January 5, 1880 P. WALTON. w. when wo Jinvo enough of anything, and henco Cleveland, on and TAinro bis cue from Mr. Gov. knjtt hM sint hU meeeaRe to the Cincinnati Southern for $5,000, because strefco and give himself a good springtho Legislature in ft dtcuuieiit nearly ai long. a conductor put him oil the train, after, as board start for the 8enate two years hence. It was this that spurred Into his before- It ie strange that our alleged great men can he alleges, he had given him his ticket. not expreea themselves in fewer words. An said that Sheriff Salter will oreaKiast start rather than a desire to anIt is now apprcntlcesbip as prK,Bl,uer uu There Is not resign, but will' give bond for the re- tagonize tho administration. Wo will soil goods which believes and enforces the maxim mainder of his term and then not actively nothing noyel or new in his wide spreading wit," might that "brevity is the role of The chronology of 1885 contains the engage in the duties of bis omco, but ap- speech, but it Is a well arranged collection Bat the of facts bearing upon our finance, strongly help such fellows amazingly. names of an unusual number of distin point a deputy to do his work. governor's meAsige contains much that is guished men. A King, Alfonzo, of Spain, A reception in honor of Rev. and put. Mr. Beck wants to be Senator again worthy of consideration, besides Its statis heads the lists; the generals are Grant, Mc- - Mrs. P. T. Hale was given by Mr and Mrs. and wants it bad. Most of his associations tics, and our legislators would do well to Clellan, McDonald, Princs Fredrick Charles, Robt. Harding, on Friday night, Orer a and affiliations are here end he would feel digest it carefully and adopt moet of the Stewart and Manteu'el; the politicians and hundred persons were present all of whom awkward with the harness of!. He is going to do his level beet to come back. He will The Governor statesmen include Hendricks, Fcnton, suggestions submitted. speak of the reception as a moet enjoyable the neglect no opportunity to reinstate himself launches forth after congratulating Sharon, Hay.Teombs and oth- one. In popo.ar favor and pave the way for his body upon the favorable auspices under er?; the clergy lost McCloekey, Tyng and for Mrs. Wa. King left ay So far there Is only one man which It meets, both in State and National Prime; l.terature, Hugo, About, White aad where he is to put up a mentioned in connection with the coming aflairf, into the glaring and mischievous Houghton and the world of commerce & Lillard, Wo know this will met with tho approval brick building for Bond s defects of our financial system. He Vanderbill, Monteflore, Garrison, Clsflin wholesale liquor dealers. There are to be contest that could down the Senator from of a great many oi you who prefer paying tho Lexington single handed. a table to show that there wai an ac- and others. His name is two store rooms in tbs building, 130,000 John G. Carlisle. If the fight were to cosce deficit in the treasury of $203,185.52 tual cash, and to thoeo who have been running acbe issued. Judge Somrall, of the Louisville Law bricks to HInman bought last week from oft" this winter the Speaker would knock on the 30lh of June and that unless some-thin- g D. S. counts we will say that wo will offer such exthe Senator out in one round and it would is done It will have grown to $313,-C85- 62 and Equity Court, has resigned on account Porter 8aadidg, of Lincoln, a by next June, due to bad assessment, of the inadequacy of the pay. This seems hands high for $125; not be much of a round either. At present old brown gelding 16$ traordinary inducements in an increase of the echool fund, which Is to be taking snap judgment on the people frotn Chris Lyon a black mare 15 hands I think the place would be pleasing to Mr. sow larger per capita than in any of the who e.ected him. He knew what his sala- high for $100. Same party sold to Dick Carliee provided ho could get It without a States but three and the increase in the ry would ba when he sought the office and Gentry a bay gelding, 5 years old, 15 hands grand scofiTe. I think he would like to get out of the way of the young men of his amounts for criminal prosecutions and he should have filled it after it was given high for $100 That you will find it to your interest to borrow to him. district and give them a chance. Two charities. public Miss Mary McRoberts was the recipithorough years from now he may change his mind The remedy for the deficit is a tho money, if you havn't it, to deal with ui. There are two earnest advocates of a ent of an exquisitely beaatlful Paraslan revision of our revenue laws and in the whipping post law in the Legislature, bronre pitcher from tbs following members and stand for the Speakership again the Wo know this is a now departuro in titan-forincroised powers o the Board of Eqaalicv Hons. Straus, of Bullitt, and Merredith, of her art class on Christmas day: Misses presidency or something of that sort In Uon, which he takes occasion to endorse of Warren. The latter will introduce a Mary Helm, Emma Welsegar. Dora Harris, the mean time it would be a cold day but wo boliovo that all of you who pay and compliment, and to suggest an amend- bill at an early day to establish such a law Belle Beard, Valloda Chandler and Mrs. indeed when Mr. Beck does not lay a wire looking to the succession. Heretofore he your debts will holp ub in carrying this out. ment to the act creating it as "not to au- and we sincerely hope It will pass. Maurice J. Fmrris. always received succor from western Ken permit the board to make & rethorial or Twenty head of good trotting horses, In selling for cash wo will iavo several thousWe were mislead into the statement that belonging to Boyle county parties, have tucky out aown in mat direction tuey say duction in the assessment in any instance they are not going to be suckers any more. adopt aa a the public debt increased last month. The and dollars a year in hire of book keepers, bad whatever, but to require it to thus far been entered for Woodward's standard, the highest rale per cent, upon contrary is true, the decreaed being over great sale, which takes place at Lexington But their trouble is in setting up a sasn debts, Ac., and in order to make our new sysits actual cash value at which the returns nine millions. The total debt, less cash in on the first of February. Persons desiting that will "size up" the Senatorial cloth. species of the treasury, is $1,443,454,826.00. - am ' Bill" Lindsay is big enough but some . it,. .show each to enter stock for this sale can confer with tem popular, we proposo to givo our customers say that he has lost his local habitation, property to have been assessed anywhere in place, who will give The Wayne county democratic commit Mr. W. M. Rue, of this and name and could not rally the boys the benefit of this saving and more, too. Wo the State, and bring the asseeementa of all tee has fixed the 1st Saturday In march to all information desired. from "eend to eend." Lindsay would fill the of each variety up to the ratio hold a primary election far the nomination property Mr. Heary T. Noel who has been repropose to make you a saving of from 10 to 25 thus established for the class to which it of county officers. This is the same day siding In Boyle county for the put two bill if they would put him ic. He is in the prime of life and at the acme of his recommends "a uni- fixed for the judicial belongs." He further per cent, on all goods bought from us. We primary. years for the purpose of superintending the mental and physical powers. The diame form and fair arsessmBnt of all the taxable of his children, lett Friday lor will "cut" prices to such an extent that no ono The House voted Col. . Polk Johnson education ter of his brain is deep enough to take in property in the flute, which aball be just, in Lancaster, where Mr. Noel $100 for his services in starting the body his old home of politics and State craft any question alike to all portions of the Commonwealth who iiuyb and anxa on a credit can meet them. will resume the practice of his profession, and all classes of tha community; the oup- in motion. Onr own Bobbitt spurned the the law. Our people part with Mr. Siotl that would suggest itself. We never know how to appreciate such men until they are the parsimony of the individual who wanted Wo wish right hero to thank those who have f all iiniuat exonerations; and his family with regret, but with the to cut the amount to $50. dead or leave the Slate. His social quali prevention of unnecessary delinquencies; trust that prosperity may attend them. given us their very liberal patronago in tho ties and unassuming style would help him the prompt collection of the rovenue; the Vanderbilt was even richer than was at Rev. Geo. W. Hatton, the presiding relegation to the counties of all expenses first estimated. A careful count of all elder of the colored Methodist church in immensely in Washington. Western Kenpast and ask tho priviiego of returning the fawhich should be borne by them; a uniform his securities in the Vanderbilt safe of the this district, was on Saturday arrested for tucky will not soon look upon his like. vor by selling them goods CHEAPER than This is said by a man who has opposed bim scale of compensation to all public officers Lincoln National Bank, showing that he detaining Susie Carpenter, in the past and may againif be elects. locality, for the of whatever grade, or left iast $305,000,000. they have ever bought them before. lbe rnlnrnd elrl with unlawful Intent, Col. W.N. Sweeney, of Orrensboro, seems of similar services, and the more witnesses were the girl Susie prosecuting to have more local attachments at present ftOT5 OF CURRENT EVENTS. certain and rigorous punishment of all and Belle Rice, a lewd colored woman with than any of the West End luminaries, ile fraudH upon the public treasury." President Cleveland has contributed whom Susie was living and at whoee house is a good lawyer, a well read, thinking man of the peniten- $100 to the Grant monument fund. The Improved condition the alleged detention occurred. The girl tiary under Warden Taylor and the advan The municipal government of New and woman make strong statements and as- and a poor politician. But there are men in the Senate not his intellectual equals. tageouB contract with the Mason-Foar- d York costs over $35,000,000 a year. sert that but for BeMe'e timely interference Company whereby the State receives a net Cjle Sc Co.'s cotton warehouse, Opelika, the parson would have succeeded. Mr. Then then) nre short horses like Jim Mc Kenzie pawing the esrth and prancing mnnn nl 33 M3 for the lease of all the Ala., burned, causing a loss of $100,000. Hatton on the other hand denies the charge n about, but they can't make it in a four mile for four yeara, are subjects of convict Robert Popplewell, negro, of Somer- in toto and says it is nothing but the upon which the governor dilates set, is in jail for stealing 8,000 postal cards. scheme of a bad woman to ruin him. The spurt. They are beautiful for a quarter Can alrijs i ,turJ by you. If you ire rflmrxtmt Sliortliatnf TVrtl'fr. This you tuy In a It month,, al Tcr j Utile eipczuc, by entering tut with animation. He reports Mr progress David Cleaver, the Lebanon marshal, msjorlty of the better class of colored peo- start. Col. Thoe. L. Jones calls McKenzle penitentiary, whicn will be a who killed Robert Hamilton, was acquit- ple with whom your correspondent has that "Hivhfalootin fellow " That is "Too" on the branch Hliortlmiiri ItiHtltuto nt Lnnlnvlllc, Ky., or Xnitln Hie, Tenn, rough on rati: model of its class when completed. Co- - ted. While Hhrrthrl iuJ Trtwrltlne claims our ole attention our rtuJrnli can rrctl talked, doubt altogether what Belle and the tha rcrr brit ,, i Judge Pry or, of the Appellate Court, , AiiiiiiH&iiv aoti Hon. W. O. Harris has been appointed girl say. Examination was waived and r.r.rj.-- u at rrraur reuueea rain. If jon union m 1 noahi fnr nprmtttini? the Board of can not couio to ui, would nuke n superb Senator and your disDirectors to choote and remove at will the to succeed Judge Simrall In the Louisville bond given in the sum of $200. trict has a good pair to draw to McCreary IV Can Teach You lj- - .11a II an TIioronRli. warden of the psnitentisry are submitted Equity CourU The business houses of J. T. Holland, and Durham, favorably. FUnford, herself, has a man, Sam Jones will begin his bombardand ought to beaded upon HAI K, l'rlnclfal ghorthaml Initllute. JUdrt J. B. Guthrie and Jas. Tucker, at Perry-vill- Col. Thcs. P. Hill, whose intellect is not at n.lfflr rircularnnto Proffer H A.illr, !(',, vtlilirTrrli tti tnoit .coovrnleot luluttilra ellbst. for your-ell."nlillli 'If ., or l.oulat He reports the State guard, consisting of ment on the devil's fortifications at Cincinby robbers on the night 1 were entered overtopped in the State. Col. Breckinridge of artil nati, next Sunday. 16 companies of infantry and one of the 31st inst. From Tncker's a small Paggy O'Leary got 40 years at Chisenator, nut ne is wouiu mane a urst-cia- ss lery, fully tquipped and thoroughly drilled amount In goods was taken. At Guthrit's overshadowed by Blackburn and Beck and compliments highly the promptness, cago for killing his mistress and his sister, the safe was blown open, but as there was between the devil and the deep blue sea as efficiency and faithfulness of those compa-nie- s in a drunken spree. only $10 In it the robbers were only poorly Ex Gov. Porter, Assistant Secretary of rewarded for their trouble. At Holland's it were and can not show for wnat be is Rowan to aid the which be ordered to State, reports that Kentucky's quota of they also blew open a safe; here they found worth. With as much ability as either civil authorities to restore order. ' one ot them, to say the least of him, but he is very diplomatic places has been filled. In regard to $40 in cash and the following checks that with less self assertion, he must bide bis In Louisiana, H. C. Liveratt, while Mr. Holland had cashed for the accommoemphatic in opposition to the State being time. Blackburn is freshly elected and onanimals infected and preparing to elope with Miss Hammond, dation of customers: required to py for C. Gray on Uoyle ly fifteen miles away, while Beck is in ear killed by order of her officers, and instead was shot and killed by the young lady's National Bank to Elirsbeth Parks $54; W. shot of the "Sliver Tongue." Mr. Btck is father. recommends a law making it a felony for bank to W. O. South-erlana man of ability and broad experience, but Among recent discoveries in Arkansas H. Prewitte on same anyone to bring into or keep in the State $14 30: T. L. Board on same bink knowing them to bs infected is a spring of black ink, which is warranted to J. S. Allen, t$7 50; Mrs. E. F. Dimmilt the story you hear "that the Senate could any cattle, -to keep in any climate and not to corrode not do without him" is all romance and IlSAIK:itP IN with the ditevse and requiring the county on Farmers or Citizens National Bank to moonshine. In reality!: is rot. It i) a DniKt to have in- the pen. Wall Paper, Wlnea. Mimical judge upon complaint on oath, Louisville had 67 business failures last J. T. Holland, $20; S. E. Bottoms on Farm-e- n sad commentary on the Grand Old ComJUOOUH, CheailcalM, InMlrnemrnu, lilniior fected animals killed and their carcasses year with liabilities of National to H. L Broyles $16. The monwealth to say JiKRrK. $520,810, nearly a Stationery, PalntM, I'ecKet that she could not furburned at Ibeexpaue ef the owner. SonpH, OI 1h, Cutlery, Tobaccos. fifth less in amount than in 1881 and the robbers had nearly affected an entrance to nish another Senator to siz) up to our The imdroved condition of the Common smallest since 1870. IanipM, when they Firo Machln Perfumer Wallace Green's drug-stor"Joe." Mr. Beck is a very useful man, but School System and the increase of the per Needle. alarmed and left, leaving near the they Ferry & Co 'a mammoth seed store, Optical floods Department la In Charge of Cel, Oar Jewelry, Silverware aud must not depreciate the quality of capita 25 cents for the year, is noted with White's theatre and the Wesson block, front door a brace and bit, a hand raw and our home mackerel la that manner. We Tliog. Ulcliards, who will Kepalr Watches and Clocks promptly and In the best prido and although the $1.65 is far from sufwere destroyed by fire Friday morn ether tools that had been stolen from might go further and do worse than to send style. eduficient to sustain a competent system of Three wandering Helm's blackemitbjihop ing. Total loss $1,500,000. up such men as George M. Davie, of Loucation, ithns probably reached the limit by The Bell Telephone Company has ob- upholsters were arrested for the crime next Hen-r- y State taxation and must be supplemented tained in the U. S. Court at Louisville, a day, but soon afterwards released as there isville; Col. Caldwell, of RuBsellville; Bnrnett, of Paducab; Judge Gract, of by other means. The State College Is a perpetual injunction to protect it from in- was no proof against them. No other arthe "Purchase;" Judge West, of Cynthlana; better condition than ever and is entirely fringement by holders ol other patents. rests so far. Col. Lockhart, of Pari, ; "Jim" Bryan, of The total number of pupil out of debt. Senator Dixon has presented a salty Covington, or "Bob" Nelson, of Newport -- DEALEH IN OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. children in the State is 623.923 and the liquor license bill, which fixes the amount With any one of thene we would haye sn 20 amount allowed for them is $1,029,481 Lancatttr. to the State at $500 snd to cities at $250 "average" Senator. With George M. DavJe Hardware, Narfrilca, Grocer lt'H, Horne Nhoen, There are 2,550 lunatics, feeble minded, per year. A violation of the law Ticket No. 31 won the hand punted carries we would have something gill edged. And iucc!tHwure, Huggy Whips NallH, Iroli, deaf and dumb and blind people on' the a fine of $50 or imprisonment from 10 to mirror at Thompson's Friday. The owner what is the matter with John Young Cane MM, HarncM, HiiKKV Whceln, SIovch, charge of the State and their maintenance 60 days or both. of ticket bearing that number has not yet Brown, of Henderson. ClralCM, Clilcr IMUIit, Lap Covers, addition to which ftnoltcri, cost 5200,832 07, in B. F. Riley, of Jackson county, and presented it. Hon. Harvey Wattereon, author of the Corn Nhellcrx, CoIlarK, NtoncTrarc, Itllllrl, must be added $S0,29S.70 for pauper idiots, Robert Hughes, of Pulaski, have been Mr. Wm. Best and Miss Ida Ballard "Old Fogy" letters is in the Capital apfor the &c. The governor takes occasion to praise pointed United States Deputy Marshals by eloped to Cincinnati last Thursday where winter. He has been coming hero every ail the superintendents of the eleemosynary Marshal Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden an Grose, the former for the Eighth they were married on Friday. The groom institutions, bat the one at the Lsxington and the latter for the Eleventh Congres is a son of the late Ebenezer Best snd the session for half a century. He was in Con Cast Fumpi, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roof gress over forty years ago snd was Minister Lunatic Anylum, a very noticable omission, sional district. ing and Guttering will htvvo prompt attention. bride a daughter of Mr. Richnrd Bsllard, to United States Columbia under Jsckroo. Vs well ai jmt we premme. A State Board W. Ml. HnKtnneu. R. G. Dan A Co. report that tho total of Bryantsville. fiatcmncti i John MrlohttJr, His son, the brilliant editor of the Courier' of ChiriiiMfssucjeel td An with the number of businees failures Rev. G. W. Yancey, of Louisville, oc- Journal, was born on Pennsylvania in the United Avenue, institution', whose duty will bi to watch States for 18S5 wss 10,637, with liabilities cupied the pulpit at the Christian church near the intersection of Toird street al TCiftA over them and their conduct and make of a little more thsn $12 1009,000, as tfth will reSunday morning and evening. Ho d most under the shadow of the Capitol. recommendations aa to their needs and imfamily to this place in a few week?. with 10,903 in 1831, with liabilities move his Moi s. provements. He gives the railroad commis of $220.000 000, Rev. II. C. Simons, of Newport, began Rev. Benj Myers and Ret. J. II 8 aion a boot and commends its suggestion a nrotracted revival at tho Methodist MARRIAGES. Cooper, negro preachers, of Buchanan, W for a lw firing the maximum rate for conchurch Sunday evening. sumer of coal In any part of the State at Dr. W. B. O'Bsnnon, of this connty, Col. and Mrs. W.O. Bradley give an Va , of the Methodist and Biptist denomi10 cents a btubel. Our rich and exhaust-les- obtained licence yesterday to marry Mrs. elegant entertainment New Year's evening nations, engaged in a spirited discussion of DIALKaS IN- mints are dwelt on at length aud the Elleo Albright, at Urodhead. Eld. G, W. in honor of their handsome and accom- creeds. Cooper smashed a chair over the Druas, Books. Stationery and geological survey given due credit for its Livingston wb to perform the ceremony. -.. vr -ldaw 3 jar plished gue't, Miss Miry Morrow, of Som- head of his antagonist without effect. MyT.4 II C .Mr J. O'y rauuy i uuiuo. development of our mineral ers threw Cooper down and then chewed c II remarktble A double wedding took place nsar erset. About fifteen couples were present zzj-- v resources. The agency has been prolific of Hsrrodsburg Thursday night, in which the and a most enjoyable time was had. Miss tho left ear and portions of Coopet'n nore PhyilcUna' rncrrlrUom accurately comrctindeJ. merAlao munificnt results and contracting parties were Miss Mollie Bro Morrow left for her home at Somerset Sit- - and lips before the vicloni'a shrieks of pain Afi its nml should receive a most liberal en- naugh and Mr. John B Tincle, Miss An- urdny moraine orougni oMiHisnce. .wyer win lie proae yUiywtk-"-- ,, Ji'jy;" couragement. Tuispynopsts embraces all nie Bronaugh and John 8. S:sg;, Rev. E. WZJirTWliL. Mr. William Gray died Saturday even- - cutcil for mayhem hi noon n he recover the Aiibjscta treated of in the message, Y. Mullino, of the Baptist church, perform- Ing at the reddence of Mr. E Brown. He from several RQHe uast-.e- t inflicted by The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, which is a really excellent State paper, too ing the ceremony. The young ladies are was probablr the oldent cltlzsn in tho Cooper. Jewelry and Silverwaro but full of matter deeply in- relatives of Dr. G. W. Bronaugh of this county, being in his 9D h year. Deceneed long pwhap', C. M. Ciaunch, J. M. UiJley and A. C. teresting to everyone having tire interest of place. The hridal preent were hndom poaiW'pd Bowline hive liftti rnint(d "innkeeper-- i Erer bought to thla market Prlcea !wr than won sn estimable pentlemnn and ' tbf Iwet. Watchoe. Clocks and Jewelry He- and serviceable, the State at heart. pMrf--l on abcit rotlco anil Vi'anantw. many friends. Funeral terinon wan deliver- - KtUKurn iu lliis dixiriei. AJJL "V W ' vvt New Year of toy ef theai. Tne rule of Mahone and bis tools ceased and Gen. Filzhugh Lee was sworn in as governor. There was no pomp sni but little ceremony, but the psople showed how glad they were by gathering in large numbers and cheering them solvos hoarse. It was the beginning ol a bright now era, which is to redeem theMear old Stato and regain far her the proud name she wore for about n hundred years. Tho inauguration of Got. Hill in New York also occurred on New Year's and the day was made memorable by an extensive civil and military display. 1886 starts out most auspiciously. Old Virginia had the happiest at the Presbytia H. T, Noel sold to J. II. Engleaian a rian church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, yearling Holsteln heifer for $900. What Interment in Dinvllle cemo'ery. and Jersey men think of do FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. these figures at this timt? accepted SrtUtCorrwronJneofTh Interior Journal.) Mr. J. Wesley Durham has iyashinoton, Jan. 1st. Senator Beck the position of entry clerk in the office of before it Surveyor, J, T, Gajftirfght, of Louisville, boiincalintoth'eiljfer was fairly open. His idea was to skim the and left for that place Friday. John Bonta, Jr., of Mercer has sued cream from the discussion by an early short-hor- n 0ANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. ' ed by Rev. V O. Uoodlwe " 1 H 0 TO The Public; thourough-ly Wo lmvo tried tho credit business and wo don't llko it. Wo think wo know 0 'SB 0 MlCK $M&Wf I tOR Q i 0 m to-d- EXCLUSIVELY. two-sto- ry ml pre-tent- five-yea- r- LOW Q d, in 02 H ..;,. 0 BRIGHT t METCALF. Well Paid Employment! r..-'iA.-iii- grat-ulatio- t..i e, M'ROBERTS, pleuro-pneumoni- a & STAGG, d. Opera Houso Block, Stanford, Ky.s e be-ca- j. Arm, do-tro- W. H. HIGGINS com-pare- WAHrIw PHARMACISTS, i I s -- r-- Ai'.tr (SSk?) T- tt,TSTr.Tn&i5rWi ('ItasmirjrJiJwQ O County Court -- It mined, snowed and J l?TO. "blowed" yesterday but It did not prevent SEPHISKNTtMl Wood Workman Wanted. HEP0RT OF THE CONDITION a large crowd from coming to town. ConThe cimlldat'N for JinUe and Cimmon-wealth- 'n siderable business was transacted in a genfc January 6, 1880 Stanford, Ky., OP TUB Oood location for a wood workman at Atinrrev will upeak at Ml. Ver eral way but Turnera- Manufacturers cf tha Celebrated stock sales were dull. Capt. m min next Monday. Vvl"hTv$VaT' K7' C,OOJ "0U' ',,0' j National Bank Bush reports about 200 cattle on the mar of Hustonville, Mat EAGLE E. O. WAIiTON, - IMWHtMiinasur, nlLTEIl FIELDS. iJouw to Mrs Mary Annie Atkirn, a ket; reij few sjld. IMcs ranged from 32 North Third ilrmt. - . I'inr.A npj.Piir a In tho State of Kentucky, at the oloao of daughter; Mra, Arnip Rrynnt, a aon; Mir. zj to i cents. A few aged mules on mat-ke- t; ncy and Flannel eiilru. Otcralli and vynne, buslneBa Doc 24, 1885. Uoderwesi. flew 'utk. office, (31 lirordwoy. Jael Redd Cooper, a aon; Mra. Capt. Henry none sold. No horses offered. l.tfN. LOCAL SALE. --(.! going North r. m. Ewlng, a aon. ItESOURCES. Uall train l'a ALL parties indebted to either of ua by Hnndrod and Twonty-Plv- o MA1JE.. Barrolo. - in r. m. Loam and discounts DVUlilHIMMMHH 831,20 90 A lira line of Saddlery and Harnc, note or account must nettle at once. We rts(raln" DOUth aim. f Made by VT. M. Ball.'one. two and! thr Overdrafts . 2,722 01 !f fi Xi Of II MMM a 00 A.M. bought for the caah at IJd Rock prices will bo aw.ty from here from January Gib U.S. Bonds to aecureClrculntlon. snnnn ni old. Apply at once tn I"oo standard Hint, Boler and will be aold on the nmnlle't possible until January SO.h and all nccounts not Due from approved reserve agents..., The jovi li calculated sm 6,211 49 J-- A. I, TTLK, Admr. Duo from other National Banks margin. Bright & Metcalf. tratls about 20 alBul faaler 7,508 97 paid before January 20 h will be sned on. Ileal Estate, Furniture and fixtures 1,510 41 Current expenses and taxes paid .......... The LoufftTille & Naahellle railroad haa We can not afford to pay a big commisSale-H- ne L9CAL tfOTICEi. 273 03 As Administrator of James It. Brum, deceased, Cattle. sion to any one to attend to our business. I wlllbOVrat public il, la Lancaster, JCy., oa Check and other cash Items 217 CI A brought ault againet the Kentucky Cntral Boy your School bool" from Penny Bills of otber Banks CO 2.UI Two pedigreed Jersey Cowi; two for $76,006 C9 for failure to pay ita propor- Our books will be found at the store of XOSDAY, JA.HVA.Itt XSth, AH80, specie.............. Jersey Cows, McAlIefer. H,M 3,40 It two yt Jersey Cows, lour Hayden A Lytle R. 8 Lytte aod J. W. beJf Jertey Ccwa. WIU WATCBfcR nod Jewolry repaired on nhort tional part of the cost of the eztcntion (County Court day,) tbe following Stocks and Ljal-tcndnotes...- .2,500 00 calvs from tbs ISth of February to tbe 80th ol Hayden. wuui, jpiujtitj oi (am uctuni: Redemption fund with U. H. Treasurer notice and waniuwd br Penny & McAlis tween Livingston and Jelico. March, 1858, All are extra good milkers and giv(5 per cent, of circulation) 900 00 ing milk. vvf( A Mr. Bruce ia away Vd Miglxfrates met with Judi, Var- 110 Shares of Stock in the National With calf by Thorndalo Boy, who Is But the ITm ITog Remedy, the oriRi-aa- -l To Our Cuuroiieiw. Tout.. ...1128,021 61 rrglatertd In the A. M. J. C. C. Book. ti Bank of Lancaster. kod only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- nod will be for eererat week, and it will be non yesterday and received the delinquent ",tf J. O. CAltPKXTER. list from Sheiifl MenejeV, who returned 710 10 Shares of 8 took in the first NaLIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In- .J50.0CO 00 etock of Jewelry, latest impoeaible for u to aeo you all aeparately, poll and $0,805 of property, making a toAoompletb tional Bank of Meridian, Miss. 8Urplua fund ... ... 3,0,0 00 rtylo. RocWord wttchee a upecUlty. Pen. and we kindly uk tboee who can to call tal of $723. in all. After allowing the de- 103 Shares I of Stock in Danville, Undivided profit- s3,753 31 and eettle their account without being ay A McAIlMer, linquents, they were ordered to be re listed DIx River & Lancaster Turnpike National Bank Dotta outstanding......... 16,650 O0 aiked Bruce A McRobe rta. xJTISa.tixexh, Individual Deposits subject to check.. 41,713 11 with the Sheriff for furtberjrial at collecRoad. PERSONAL Late of Beverly, W. Va., has remove.1 to Mf. Ver7.0C3 22 non and oOen Cabiiier J. P. Uandifer aecda tie a tion. The number ia li less than last year 18hareof Stock in Central Ken- Due to other National Hanks.., Mi aarvlcea to the public. A Notes and bills rnllicounteJ. 5,MI 9) and assorted line of Drugs alwaya on hand.lares' Editor W. B. HAwarortD, of the rt&tement of the Citlzina National Bank, of and the property $3,000 less. Br a majorcharge for writing preacrlptlora when filled So tucky Fair Asiociation. b Total.... ,.1128,021 M me. Office In e Lincaeter, which abowa that during the ity of two the Court refused to allow an 1 Bond of the Junction City Uerohl, wan here yMterdey. yard. Garrard County Feof your patronage. Mr. 0. B BARMtTT. of the McKlnney laatalx month oo a capital of 135,000 it old claim of Mr. A. M. Fefand. J. N. Men-efe- e STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 T. f,. HAXiRlS, M, D. male College. County of Lincoln, neighborhood, bee nioted to the Cpt. earned $7,290,13, out of which a iemi-a- n qualified as shertfl for the ensuing year 1 Share of Stock in the Stanford and I, J. W. Uocker, Cashier of tbs above named RicbVidt' piece neir town. noal dividend of 3 per cent, waa declared with H. F. Cowan aa security. Mrj. E. M. Lancaster Turnpike Road. Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Dr. IIuou Kkio Km been appointed after paying expene and carrying over a Carpenter, at Stanford, and Samuel Hardin la true to tbe beat of ray knowledge and belief. gals will begin at 11 a. m. Io front of tha NaJ. W. llOCKEIt, Cashier. by the State B lard f Health a local mem- 34,000 to lurplun and other itemr. This at Crab Orchard, were granted tavern li- tional Jtank ol Laneuter. Termt, caah. Fur 3IT. VERNON, KY. rurthtr Information, addrtas me at 1'anTllle. dudacrlbed and sworn (o before ms this Slit day the ensiling two is a good showing and very creditable to cense. ber for this county for J. I,. MM VVJS, Adm r of Dtc, 1885. O. F. PEACOCK, N. P. n i, Tbliold ind the manager of the Bank. Hotel Is still yearf. Correct A ttesU An elegant reception in honor of Rev. fine reputation. Charge! reaaonable. DiURh' MlM NAUNKRLECAMrBlXI,0f J.W.WKATllKRFOao,Special attention to the traveling publie. examining trial of Joe and Jim P. T. Hale and wife was given by Mr. and The Director!. ten College, relumed ywterday after nitt-a- f Cain waa held Saturday and resulted in Mra. i. J. JtODIHSOW, .V. P. XEWCOMB, Pro'r, ETD. ALCOMIT, Robert Hirdiog on Friday evening with her lunt, Mra. J. 8. days' eUy Crop, Stock, Farm Utonsils, HouseMt. Vernon, Ky. their being held to the Circuit Court in last, when about 125 invited gueats were Iltobee. hold and Kit oh on Furniture ahootlng at Oicar Smith. present. The yard was beautifully illumi$160 each, for Mr. Alex. Anderson, the Dinyilie he waa fired upon and hia nated with Cnineue lanterns and presented We will oftr for aafe to the blfbtit bidder, on tbs of the Stanford Jouiinai-- , ia Smith awore that correspondent premlKi, ou horae killed aa be waa riding along the a lovely picture quite in keeping with the a capital writer and a perfect bonanza to TH&Hlay, 13. road and the Ctina proved that they otily array of beauty and fluhing diaeaonda of the following.-- Una food brood mare, now In toal tattpapir Dantllle Tribune. fired after Smith had opened up. The the belles found in the parlors, and there bT r.?V' 0fn)n bot 1 extra raddle Mire, 1 Mr. and Mr J, 0, Hays left foi whole 1 od HMy. Jj Norman; 1 party came to town heavily armed were more ebgant drestea with trains vary- aged Male, Mules, ,i Mule Colt, Four Milk pair PenatcoU, Fla , yenterdar, to remain nome (1 ot the traded, but Judge Varnon promptly ordered them ing in length from 1 to what seemed to be Lows Jtitjt) , 1 3.yar-ol- d HMIer, 2 TeMUng bciiars. a brood ftowi and llga, Forty time. Mr. Haya will amuee himself by -disarmed and had evervbodr eearched for five yards than the Interior Journal Bojhs'a of Wheat, eoobmhelt of Picked Corp, In BY- diepoainR of a car load of mule. weapons who came into the Ciort house, representative had seen together on one oc crib, 3.W0 Bundle of Oau,a8hocki of 1 Fodder, Htraw S hor. Family J. W. IfocKCR, Esq, caahler of the From what wa can learn the fuaa grew out caslon for some time, Mrs. Harding, in 1WaPD, Kick, l fjoodChampion Itockaway, Mower, 1 Combined Reaper and National Dink, waa here llBetontll'e Da.iTtrtSJ.yDdl of Farming Implements. ia aa deep har characteric easy and graceful manner, of an old grudge and that Smith FOK HENT.-W- I1I TUnt, at theaams tlmo aid for the Grat time for two or three or and but bidder, did everything in her power to make ev- place, to tbs hleheat ImproreireuU, 1M acreayear confining and in the mire as the Cain are in the mud yea!rV. HI buiineM !a Ttry the farm with tbe for the eryone present er joy the evutiing to the IBM. It la all good land and produces well. It Absaclt J. W. F, Kooee ITavercamp, he ia not the man to neglect it. fullest extent and ahe succeeded admit U1 'S.'J" :rem "Walanil Station, Lincoln County, Ky. ,Tbe Improrjmenla are forulrUble, with all NrwiON Craio, Jn , baa been en- who ia a very polite and apparently an J. ably and truly was the original "White necessary outbulldlaga and a fine young orchard, gaged aa traveling falraraan by Jacob Mil- IncfTeneive German, wag aeanlted with a Joat beginning to bear. Twenty.flTS acrea ot thi Dove" of the occasion, She is a great fa- turn la In gran, eight arrra In wheat and the baller A Pjn, the larsixt ahlrt manufacturer! club in a very severe manner by W. F. cultivated In vorite in Danville and it ia said that ance lobetbe iarm of 200 corn or oata. After tbe year IS86 acrea will likely be for ia Philadelphia. Ha will trarel with hia Kennedy a be stepped from the train Sather whole life seems to be enlisted in rent lora term of years. father, Mr. Will Craif. Newt I a bright urday at Crab Orchard, and waa badly T:sMa.'-8u- me o no the happiness of others. In her Is combin oter tbat amount, not and under caih In band: with ....n- little fellow and will ba the yonogeal alee beaten and bruieed up. Ttie Professor bank. beauty with one of tbe and payable Infrom In or montha, with 6 nr ed unparalleled cent, latereat hi card in thl la- -1 claims that the act waa without provo day of aale. man on the road See sweetest dispositions In tbe world. Mrs. P. JR. HA 1VKIXB, I cation whatever, but we learn that Kenne- eue. 31. H. JIAirtCIXf, Hale haa already won tbe affections of the MllledgTllle, Ky. Mr. D B. EdmisWN, one of the dy saya be beat htm became lie bad to dissatisfy and lake from him, people of Danville and it is tbe general clevereit and moft ganllemanly fallow 2788. opinion that Rev. P T. chose wisely and who ete r went on the road, left Teeterday some Swiss purchasers of property from REP0BT OF THE CONDITION well. The supper table waa n thing of for the South, in the Interre t of the Qeorga Mr Oltenhelmer, with whom Kennedy ia beauty as well as one of solid comfort, and OF THE W. McAlpIn Co , wholeaale dtalera in dry employed. The matter will be judicially Wa com- Investigated, when it will be seen whether altogether the evening was one enjoyable good and notion, Cincinnati. beyond words to express. NATIONAL BANK mend him to the tender merciee of the Mr K. had provocation sufficient to use vlolrnoe. a merchant and the commercial touriat OF STANFORD. RELIGIOUS. well. The rumor having gotten sfbat that the At Stanford, in the Stato of Kentucky, EM. W A Olbwn has rods Io Shelby tat Cloao of Business, Deo. 24, 1885. City Council had asked the legislature for LOCAL MATTERS. to evangeliis. to double the rate of taxation, a pro- count an act The Biptist church meeliot; will be ni:souitcEs. test waa hastily gotten up and circulated. Fine Candies at T. R Walton' Loans and Discounts 230,41 03 held on the 'M Saturdav this month Instead Overdrafts The result was that a very large majority of i,o M I ready. Cll and ret' of on the second. U. 8. Ilonds to secure circulation .. 200,000 00 Your arount tax payer signed it. We investigated the 41,600 00 Etd. J. Q. Montgomery will preach at Other stocks, londs, and mortgages tie and oblige Penny A McAliter. Due from approved reserve agents truth of the rumor and found that no such 10,334 it Bright school house next Saturday night Due from other National Itanki 4,855 77 effort was being made by the Council, Cloakh -- W have a few ladies' and Bankers-..- .. Due from State Banka and and at Rush Branch Sunday at 11. 4i2 77 we will aell at though an act lo permit them to raise mon left that Heal Estate, furniture nnd fixtures........ 8,900 00 mlveV cloak had been prepared ey by the sale of bonds, Current expenses and taxes paid LASD. STOCK AND CROP 4,030 11 prime cot. Owiley & Craig. Premiums paid JI.S7S f8 and aent to Frankfort. The ultimate re -- BiK lot of Salt at l R. Walton's. Checks and other cash Items .. 4,514 07 Our cuitomer will con'er a great favor suit will be, however, if such an act is psss 1 0 00 ... J. E. Lynn ioM to . M. Catron 15 Bills of other Kinks settling their account with u. It i ed, an increatc of taxation, if not notr, at by Fractional paper currency, uklels and head of 1,100-poncittle rt A. acpcw'le TO 20 after Jan. 1 and we have to if ttle our some not very distant day, and there will -- J. E Bruce roll to Wilkie Sleet & Specie 6 CO) 00 count and we ak yon to settle with n. be the same old kick, even more vigorous- Co. 19 head o( cattle BYerayitiK 1,400 Us , Legal tenJer notea ..... , 7,430 00 ly The Council contenda though that no Tabler A Smiley. Redemption fund wt'.o U. S. Trcaaiircr at $01 15. of taxation will be necestary. increase 9,000 00 Old man Thorns C White, who i in J. M.IIail old toEmmelt 0aley 'li (5 )cr tent, of chculallou) Total .IC0C,S08 71 In itn interview with Mr. Alex. 8 Pax- - two and three year old cattle for $501, about at IMifsville for violation of the penjail LIAHILITIES. sion law, had hia handfotue physiognomy ton, Prircipsl of the Stanford Female Col- 3 per pound. Capital Stock paid In $250,000 CO Courier Journnl lege, a day oi two ago, we were told that C. M. Jones bought of the great breed; Surplus Fund portrayed in Sunday' 7,000 00 the sersion so far has been pleasant aud era, Shepherd & Alexander, two extra fi e Undivided profits.. TnU I the last week of hi confinement. 13,5St 81 National Bank KoUs outstanding. 179,970 00 profitable. Pupils drift into the new order Pi land China honIndividual Depolts subject to check 131,545 76 To My Customers -- I will not have the of things with grace and Tho teach -- James J. UodgkiD sold Certified checks 17 00 time to go around to seo tbom about their ers are working hard and their eflorts are . cattle in Baltimore last week Due to other National Banks of 1,500-Ib8,130 fS account and hope thev will call in and being rewarded In the very gratifying progDue -- .. 2,224 44 at $5,70 or about 5 cents at home. This is Mo to State Banka and Bankers esaod bills settle at ouco. I need the money. Pleane ress of their charges. The discipline is 16,429 62 a very salifactorv sale. Thoa. Oofl.of Bour don't make me wait on you. H. C Rup firm and kindly administered The music bon, alro sold at the fame time and place Toul ...J606.893 71 ley. STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) is very efficiently taught by two car loads not so good at $1 75. department Win" County of Lincoln, See our advertleement, We mean iuat Mies Tapcott, who has had several years' chester Democrat. I, J no. J. McKoberts, Cashier of above named thn ions 110 tbat Her pupils are -- D. C. Tsrhune bouRht of M. II. Cecil statemcut la aoicmniy swearol my knowledge alTA what we sty, our terme are strictly caah, experience as a teacher. truo to the and atll you oroeda 10 per cent, cheaper drilled carefully in the principles which 30 mare mule colli at $S0. Within the belief. JNO. J. McltOBEUTS, Caihler. but will A lietore mo form the basis of a thorough musical edu last three months Mr. Terhune has handled ol Sulwcrlbedand aworn M.toBHIOHT, this 2d day than your ever bought them before. W. Jsn , 18S6. N. H. L. C ,.1.1 will rnnlnce vou. Bright A Met- - cation Miss T. also in intermediate Latin 210 yearlings and 372 mule colts. Broad Cobbkct Attest. and other classes has proyen herself highly & Lucas bought of T. F. Alexander 35 ") calf. J. S. IIockei, K. C IlRioiiT, Directors. L. A N. qualified for her position, having been head of 1,600 lb cattle at 5 cents, tbe beet D. VT. Vandxvxkb, ) Tiie 8authbound express on the LOTS OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c. in elocution by one of the best of lot in the county. ilarrodaburc Demo waa ditchrd at Mahan station Saturday trained :fcTO. caualng a tedloua delay and the Virginia teachers, she is peculiarly fitted to crat. morning REPORT OF THE CONDITION throwing of all other tralna on the division Instruct the members of her classes in this Consumption Cured. Prompt-payin- g Miss Spencer, in Senior Latin and no afrioua branch. off time. No one waa hurt An old physician, retired from practice, having and higher English, Is doing good work bad placed In his banJs by an East India mission- The damage done. Farmers National Bank Short-tim- e with her classes. Conscientious in the dis- ary tbo formula of a simple vegotablo remedy for man who bad hia charge of her duty as a teacher, and well the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, AT Ralph Burket, the tho Htnte of Kontucky, at the Close of Bronchitis, Catarrh, skull mashed in on Christmas nirjht by a e quipped for her work, her pupils are mak- Lung Aficctlons, alsa Asthma and all Throat and In Business, Deo, 24, 1886. a positive and radical cure rock thrown by West Hansford, la still ing fine progress. Miss Prewitte, In charge for Xervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, bone tu" the of the Primary Department, mica with a RESOURCES. living. Dr. Rld raised the aftr having tested Its wonderful curative powers Imm snd .8302,315 12 brain Friday and took out many ploces of q'leenly grace in her little kingdom. This In thousands of cases, has le It It his duty to make Overdrafts discounts MEllCHANT TAILOR. 4,210 CO skull. Hansford is still In i the most diflicult department to handle It known to his suflering fellows. Actuated by U. S Binds to secure circulation. the shattered 73,000 00 this motive and a desire to relievo human suffer23,800 00 judicloti'ly. The line of discipline rtquir ing, 1 will send free of charge, to all who desire Other stocks, bonds and mortgages I have recolved aud still receiving 4,479 81 advertises a royal excur- ed is different from the others The little It, this recipe, In Herman, French or English, Due from approvt4 reserve agents TheL. AN. IB Oil 81 with full directions for preparing and using. Sent Due from other National Bank sion via the New Orleans Exposition, the folks seem to love Misa P., whose untiring by mall by addressing with stamp, naming tbla Iteal estate, furniture and llxturei.. 7,0(0 00 behalf are rewarded by the Current eipensot and taxei paid 903 73 City of Mexici and San Francisco, to leave eflorls in their paper, V. A. Noyki, 11 Powers Block, Ilocbe Comprising the bost In the market, Hhlch will be Premium paid 2,137 21 LouIstWh on Any train from the 12iU to the lmgretia made. The mathematics in the ter, N. Y. Blllsof other Banks 1,900 00 at $111 30 for the round collegiate department also the sciences and 6thof January, Fractional paper currency, nlikcls and t Gotton Up in Btylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. trip, ticket good .'sr 0 months, This ia tho senior Latin are taught by the President, pennies 99 01 Thorough wnrk rather than rapid projrts" Give Mo a Trial. Specie 4,200 00 cheapest rate ever known. STANKOBD, KY. Lcgil tenter notes 7,603 CO is aimel at in these studies, Penminship We wout to press last night before the U tatuht on scieotifi" principles, tho pupil W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor Redemption fund Itli U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent nf circulation) 3,373 00 Hop, given at tho Ojiera being trained to analj zj the l'tler into its New Yeai Slieof SlagcZOxSO. Elsht comnleto acts of been. Total but it MIC, 73 37 House, had Mrly gotten under way, cry beating capacity, Including gallery, component dements, The primiiry departrates to good attractions. LIABILITIES. to be a decided aucceRs. The ment is drilled in doily exercises in the promleed Capital stock paid In f2OO,00O 00 s hugo room was lllumln.tcd by two formation of sentences and the entiro tchool Surplus Fund C2.000 CO the uual numhpr of in weekly exercWain composition. A class in addition to Undivided profits 8,109 39 ar07,600 00 National Bank Notes outstanding.. lamps and evergreens were in calisthenics, taught by Miss Tapcott, Individual deposits aulject to check..... 97,291 33 ranged in nmnerona place, has made rapid progress in'exerciae', which Due to other National Hanks 6.402 53 AND- give strength to muscle and grace Duo to State Banks and Bankers 14,899 07 The candidates for County Atlorner, tend to 3130,173 37 2 Total R. Crpenler, Judge W. 0. to movement. Lesions in art aro given by Messrs. Mcw J. W. Miss Mary Varnon in the college aod her is only a p.irt of beauty STATE OK KENTUCKY, Hansford and J B , J8'-ICounty of JJutoln. Circuit pupils are showing much interest in their but it is a part. Every lack Alcorn nn.l J- - 8. VanWinkle for Jno. II, Owsluy, Cibliler of tho above named Wall Paper, MontiUugs, Pictures nud ricture Frames. A Large Stock mid a C. War-re- n work, The German class taught by Prof. may have it ; at least, what Bank, dotosolemnly unear tbat tho above btjtciueut Judge and O. H. Waddle and R. Pino Assortment nhvajs on hands. Is true the bwt ot my knowledgn mid liollef. Attorney, spoke lagers is progroeing finely. The whole for Counnonivealtb's JNU. 11. OWSLEY, Cashier. Magnolia luoks like it. and all are machinery of the tchool io in excellent , worn to before mo this lit day to a largo audience yesterday SubrH-s- l and Dalm both freshens and well. W e working order and every efl'ort is being put JNO. J. MiKOHERId, N. P. L. C. ol .lan., USS. OVER FIVE THOUSAND pieces of Wiill Paper to be opened Januarjr 1,1, embrMicg aver Fifty Biid to have prercnted their cases Correct attest: beautifies. forth by the faculty to giro to the pupils ' had Intended to give aaj nopnla of their ditTerent designs and patterns from tbe cheareat to tha finest Velvrti, Satins, Men's OlIt.Ac Joh.n il Hail,) ' t, h ugbt 'Ui-j-. u y.U . a ,uu oad Mt loek fur. ' . tV w..ll i.r put the by thorough instruction, ond to gain the con-f- i tf B.tUAUt, vouwlen. mr lut.! .L. hut were kept from hiring thorn I ther for lower prlcia. . J. it, QUSLKY, J of the patrons. letitu anil ujiprunation of business. SeiMctitli! $ntmor , imtal Fon good KnodA at fair pric, go Jo T. R. Walton J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR., Jaicob Miller Hon, SIIIltT, 2917. -- . ru 1U1SI.I WHISKYJTOR Bonds and Stocks. -" For aaaa nil. Notice t. court-hous- M-- .u.oj)ri KEWCOMB HOTEI, td FORSALE. Jaauary maln-Ulnlng- lti SS-f- 180, two-ye- ar LIST OF EOISTBLE GOODS .A. KEPT yee-tert- tay T. R. WALTON. ,.. GOODS GOOD! PEICES LOW! N. O. Sugar, N. O. Molasses, 'tunxjSaiog :N0. FIRST Puke Maple Syrup, Layer Raisins, SOUUaTJ UOaqiQ 1 -- zl. s M lt Seedless Raisins, Oranges, SUOIUOJ Figs, Nuts, 'situeoooo Hominy, Shredded Oats, Buckwheat Flour, ino.iBOOTJjvf N.Y. Cream Cheese, 'SalOipiUQ Tea Cakes, Grated Cocoanut, aTsnjvt And Freshest, Stock of sP00O p9iiu3 To be Found aiexjAvuY Delicious cnoiainoj3 Fancy and STAPLE 1705. At fair prices to Cash or STANFOItB, Customers. H. C. RUPLEY, NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER H- O. OFEBJi. house: KUPLEY. 1 head-light- i".r B. K. WEAREN, Ulm I. A Clear Skin Dealer In Fui?niture .. k t' n prranro HER BITTER ENEMY. rspne?r" In New York Town Tories. A decided sensation mi produced la Philadelphia social circle recently by the return, to life, so to spoak, of the boauttful Jeislo MonerlelT, daughter of Mr. Anthony the Philadelphia tanker and Moncrlolt, well known traveler and dllottanto. The young lndy's exceodlng grace and beauty, her rare accomplishments, together with tho romarkabla and almost incredible ad venture the has gone through, promlso to make her the belle of the season. If her joalout, doting parents can bo porsuaded to Her adrenturoi spare bor to society. indeed are almost as strange as those of Casper Hnujer, but not nearly so sad in tbolr course, and happy instead of traglo in tholr end tag. It tnakoi one almost might of what shudder to think bare been the sequel of her long imprisonment beneath an impenetrable incognito, contrlrod with demouiao art, but for the sudden accldont which terminated it; but as it is, she has burst upon bor parents and society like Minerva, with joyous youth, beauty, culture, and tho singular charm of wonder and eagerness for tho onjoymont of the new llfo into which she Las come. The legend of tho Psyune moth, that a moment since was a dull chrysalis and now is a spirit uelle butterfly waving its gaudy wings and sipping delight from every flower, seems bor realized and made matter of fact. Her story is, indeod, a strange one. In 190 Mr. Anthony MonerlelT, a cadet of the old and aristocratic homo of that name of in England, Hampshire arrived in Philadelphia, and soou afterward mar ried the beautiful Miss Dlatchford, then a reigning belle. Indeed, Mrs. Anthony MoncrfolT remains one of the quoeus of society, though grief has turned bor hair white as sliver. In 1SC1, Jessie, their only child, was born. After the child's birth, Mrs. Moncrleil's health failed her, and she threatened to become u permanent invalid. She wat.ent to Italy and Greece, and spont a winter on the Kilo, and traroled elsewhere, but without substantial restoration of ker health. In the spring of 1S03, in accordance with the advice of physicians, Mr. MoucriefT took ber and the child and nurse to Amorica, and going directly to Sault Sfco. Marie, plunged into the resinous pine woods of the Canadian wilderness in tho west of Ontario, whero, building a lodgo on the borders of small lake, be and his family roughed It in truo backwoods stylo for a season. The country wai full of Chippewa Indians, but these were invariably friendly, and besldo Mr. Moncrielf had a suQlcieut retinue of servant! to iusuro his safety. The ratbor severe regimen had the most beneficial effect upon Mrs. MoncrlefTs health; the threatened decline was entirely averted, the roses returned to her cheeks and her form gained a charming embonpoint which it has ever since retained. By tho end of August she was so well that preparations wero made for a spcody roturn to Philadelphia. At this moment a frightful calamity fell upon tho happy family. Just before dusk oneeveniug the nurse was walking with the child, a sprightly little girl of 4 yoars, by tho edge of tho lake, when she was seized from behind, gaggod, blindfolded, bound and tlo--J to a trca So suddeu and unexposed was the assault that she bad not time to utter n single cry. She remained there for nearly two hours, when, being missed, search was made for her, and she was found as described, almost insonsible from fright and tho cruel tightness of the full-armw L seorael to bo Indians, aud bad apparently oscapjd with tho child iu a canoe. A hue and cry was raised, immediate pursuit was made, and all that love and money could do was d. ne to recover the llttlo Jos-sibut all Ju vain. Not tho slightest trace of ber could be found, nor was anything further ever heard of ber until a fe ' days ngo. The Indians, who wore thought tobavo carried ber oir, wero placod under the strictest surveillance, and a largo force of detectives employed, but without avail. Ten years later, iu 1875, a Canadian named Francois liols d'Arc, a man of desperate character, died at New Westminster on Frazir river, Victoria, and dying confessed that he and another named Jean 0 reuse, dead long since, had carriod the little girl olf. The story he told was that tho two had been hunting in Manitoba, and had been hired by a dark man, n stranger ftnd a foreigner, for 2,00J guineas, to do this very work. They had ridden from tho Late of the Wo! across the country avoiding settlements, nud ha I campod noar tLe Moncnell loJgj for a weok before the opportunity occurred wuich they sought. In escaping they had riddon straight to Lako Superior and there embarked on the vesiel waiting for them. There was a woman on the vesel who received the chil I from tua dark innn. Francois "nnd Jean wero paid, put ashoro at Grant Portage, nnd advised t leave that colintry, whicn they did at once, going to California. Francois thought it was the dark man'd purpyso to drown tho child in This story, so improbable iu tha lako. Itself, wu si.'ted clysoly by Mr. MoncrlelPs agents, but lol to no disclosures, and, as it was universally coucoded that the child must bavo beon dead long since, nothing furthor was done. I pass over the terrible sviTerlngi of the parents so atrociously bereaved. Mrs. MoncnelT might have lost her hoalth again, but that her husband's condition absorbed all bor faculties. He, when ha was compelled to abandon all hope of recovering his cU. 11, fell Into a stato of melancholy that came very near Involving tho loss of bis mind. Mrs. Moncrloff returned to Philadelphia with him, and only conquered the madness which threatened blm after two yoars of heroic struggle, in which tho wife put away privily the bereaved mother's woe Ie.it it should injure her husband's chances. It was then ber hair turned white. When he recovered sufficiently, Mr. Moncrloff was persuaded to enter business, and so, gradually, time tho consoler, hod an opportunity to do its work. The bereaved couple roturned to society, nnd regained tbo serenity and ooinposure of ordinary life, though It is said Mrs. Moncrieir could never see a child of Jo isle's ago whou lost without tbo tears coming to her oyo. Jut ono weok ago, when Mr. Moncrieil and Mr i. Moncrielf bad boon only a couplo of days roturned to town from celebrating the ChrNtmas festlvlttoi, a carriage drove up to their door, and a couple of cards were hauded in. They woro tlnsa of tha Roman Catholic bishop of Philadelphia and FutherGulseppo Francini, H. J loctor of the Academy of the Sacred Heart, Ciiatoau Rlcbos, provlnco of Quebec, Canada. Tbo reverend gentleinon, who said tboycamo upon business of tho utmost importance, were invited in, and received by Mr. Moncrielf. who is a porsonal friend of tbo bUlinp. Tho bishop nskad if Mrs. be conveniently present llka e, half-breed, be-fo- ro half-breed li an entirely trustworthy woman, no soonor recovered to conscloumesi than shs fell into n hysterical condition that prevented ber from giving any but tho moit incoherent replies to tho question of the ngoniud parent'. Sua really hoi nothing to tell, however, except that ber captors llgaturo. nur.-fl-, The child was misslnj- -. The was Ft. Nicholas. in the open air and tbo beautiful scenery. When bo was SO, bo staid for somo time at Chester, whore he was outortaiuo 1 by a Mr. Taylor. Ha loved afterward to tell of tho charm which tha 1'iir.rAUKD in meadow and brook, tho trees aud grass bad for him there. Ho spent much time in Br. J. 0. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. sketching and painting; but bis bead was Sold by all Druggists. full of music, and everything suggosted a svm. jeq)om esoqu 'eaoitSvd-uuSjn'musical idea to him. Ho was vory fond of ejBjtnAno oq) mojj )pjA v poA)oou i 'vggi carnations, aud bo set a bunch of them to jo Snjjds oq) uj 'ojsj qnej)uop; uj jepjo music in the album of a daughter ot bis A"m jo cSonoo v jo paapuiJd i j0St uj host, with a drawing ot the flowers ovor tho XtnopuoD nmpnnnQ Sux jo jo)ooj Supaiooeq notes; not forgetting to set Simo delicato inpunj J8q)0l!i pjws u'AJO)t arpeggios in tho mu.ic for tho scent of the SiOjssof noX t() o) em joj sujvinei )j flowers. On seeing tho younger sister with f)e3joj somo bell shnpod flowers In her hair, be said JBAeti )inoq Ptjeq)om n qojqAV eSajq) ojv that the falrios might dance on the trum and he set them to a capriccio. ojoqx suoqqjj q))enboo pun sujsvooom X)ump jaq 'ouinjsoa Ho nover tired ot merrymaking, aud ono gpooMauq )upnb sjjj3 0)))i jood eq) pezraSooej 00) eqs afternoon toward dusk, bo with a number of young poople, was cue of a happy young poiioqs nopotue pun rxno) jjejauopj sJpj uinnjSfJO eq) jo JCq uoaS was. )Uq v company that was picnicking in a tbickot. ejojcq ojnpjd orj)ji oq) pcrjuSoooj X(snojn) Somo ono gayly proposol a lire; and all bedej eqs pun 'pnqo eq) q))A sum oqu osjnu gan to drag the boughs and twigs into oq) Xq ponpuep) X(qn7(n)Smun v ojoai sojo place, to that soon they bad a flno boneflro. pju esoqx oojjod moqj pujj j pun 'eauop Wbllo still lingering around it. Men began to ask for some mujAe jo s ujuqo oq) jn Xe)nu)ui )no peasj) delsohn but nothing could be found save eAnq j 'nos o) oraoo o) papjoop j ejojeq sic, a worn out fiddle of tho eardenorV. Mendels 'os pun 'Zand n noX oa3 Xq sTu eaj jnoX Aiojjvq e) qsjAi )ou I 'pJnAt sohn, all undismayed, began to play, shouting with laughter at his performance; but Xpjoqs Xjoa uajjtr) joq jo ejnjojd pun 'uo(0)s noqAi ojom eqs qoiq.u seq)o9 eq) soon thorn was a bush in the chat and sport, ejaq oAnq i 'ojn)ixaApvjaxl pnqo eq) jo X)p and the wholo party sat spell bound ut tbo uepi oq) qsjiqujso c) sr 'oJnodmo jjoqj lovoly music which bo drew from oven that Headache, Nausea, Dizziness, nud DrowsipeutiSej pnq B)uajcd eq) JO)jn 'UaticJj dospisad fiddle. ness. They stlnuilato tho Stonmt.li, Liter, Uo would sit for hours, iniproviug dauco eq o) Sup) )jD eqxH jeqjoj pjns nnd Dowels, to healthy nctIon,nM digessetsj q)Ai JS tunes, and liked nothing better than to tion, nnd Increase the nppctltc. They X0A0( oq) jo ojn)3d eq) pejnoAop "SujXtijiI entertain his friends with his music Ho pun 2udeoAi 'oqAi 'tptitsq f,joqioin eq) ii ulways lookod back ou bis visit to Chester combltio cathartic, diuretic, nnd tonic qdojSojoqd n poon;d eq pun n'njsaf tj sjq) as ono of tho brightest tpoU iu a bright properties of the greatest value, nro a 'CS uoq eAooj o) noX wvdojd o) emno life. purely vegetable comjmund, nnd may bo I 'mou Xvav oq) uo sj eqt Snjuioo sj oqg,, taken with jorfcct fafety, ilthcr by chilThree Kinds of Ilo.irs in Colorado. i.l Till3 u' 1 pui 9u)jqn dren or adults. 1.'. L. Thomas, Framing-halIH'tnor 't)UWcd s pjoqn qjoq reJO ,ieqs There nro threo kinds of bears pscullar to Mass., writes: "For n number of ..roJinbaj siunj )'ot)joi eQ)-q- iiw ranzo bear, tlio years I wai Mibjrct to a lolent Headaches, )uojtd pjnoo oq) )uqj SujqjXjOAO sj tills section. 'lUoyaretu cinnamon bear and the black b?ar. Tun eqs XloAOf t eq3 jjaAi t eqr toup oqg,, arMng from n disordered condition of tho rungo bear more closaly resambles the griz3nb om tn tax Joajj eqs tsoa stomach and bowels. About a jenr ago I zly thau nuy other variety foun 1 in Colo ttaA0ip3q O) nosnej XjOAOOAtiq rado. The grizzly proper is found in the commenced the ujo of Ajot's Tills, nud I 'niqo JnoX duupjj pjp en noX no) o) Siorra Nsvadas. havo not had a headache Mnce." W. 1'. eAnq j )nq) ijn jcaq O) oiqu oq )ou 1as noX Is jo 'fltjjoucrc fjK 'jpKjnoX nirro,, ..IPJiqo it Tho cinnamon bear kindextremely vicious; Hannah, Gormlcy 1'. 0., York Co., Out., Is tbo worst of its to attack and tho writes: " l havo used Aycr's Fills for tho Xm peddnup( unm )uq) em p;) o) uvam )ou to kill. It derives Its name from last thirty yean, nud can safely ay that I uo peqtnu )qSnoq) uep hardest op no "pum Joq tba cinnamon color of Its fur, which variss pns n sn havo never found their equal us ncathartlc eqs Jpog Xm wr pe)naj) from light to extremely dark shades. medicine. I nm never without them In I qojqii uj Xum pjoo oq) po)uasoj Xdoap oq The skin of the black bear Is consIdervl eAeneq o) U04CSJ eAnq i )nq 'ajqnoj) pjoAn tho most valuable my house." C. D. Moore, Elgin, III., for rugs aud robes, and 0) 2ajqsjAi 'uoq) punqsnq Xm p) )ou pp j It Is the most writes: "Indigestion, Headache, nnd Loss easily domesticated animal of oajoooj o) 'jeq)onn jo ojjm oq) sn 'jodoJd of Appetite, had &o weakened nnd debilioss )0U pip i qojqAt uoq; suopuo))n otu the whole boor family. Tha cinnamon and grizzly boars nro vicious time they tated my system, that I was obliged to glvo Xnd O) pojj) oijm po.Jlf81 JJOJaui-p- ; 8jjv are 0 months old, and no from the of taming amount up work. After belt., under tho doctor's mq po)af and potting will have any eilect on ing fcUI "I them. caro for two weeks, without getting nny oj j pun 'Xie)njedsop em oao o) petsejojd llablo to attack those who beeq mou! i n(Ojn)nu oojou sjq ;o ssauoAp They arethem relief, I began taking Aycr's Fills. My friended at the most unaxpacted moatpoiA eq) v q)M noX e)nq o) uosna ments, and make poor nppctito nnd strength returned, and I was returns to those who oo Xun puq eq j aioujj noX oq endeavor to win soon enabled to rcsumo tny work, In perthem with affection. They tloZnjjxom jnoX TIP I 'icsi u oat grassboppars and InsocU, and are parfect health." emc)i uj jojioAeqa eq) Aseu- -j noX )unA ticularly fond of honey. Thoy pay very ooj Xdoop pjn Xeq) suopsanb Xm jo little attention to the stings of boes, unless ouonpjodui)uejvddueq) osnoxa,, usejr1.n the latter attack their eyes, as thoy are Xstvqme unpn) thickly furred, and their tkin is tough and ,,'ojaq) rilKPAIIKD nv oq) O) peqoo))n svaa eq ooqM 'cur I uj uo) difficult to pierce. SutqsuAV uj mjq umi nax q)wop tjq jo Or. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. pjveq )ou pnq )nq qpju Xjoa janAOqo eq) Accomiuodatlm Landlord. Sold by nil Druggists. pnq eqs peJOMiun jjeja)uor; "SJp; UAtoujf, iUfe.1 o3n sq)UOUi jnoj gnoqn esvosfp )jnaq jo "I like tha house," he said, "but it is too pop Xmeppns pnq pnn 'pjniiumra JOjajA large for my family, aud I would want to 3u)X jo(oAJOs eq) uj neoq pnq oqAv 'q;uaM lent it in conjunction with another party." )uojS jo unmopuaS eupuojojjj u 'ouopSng "I don't know about that," roplled the unajni ejjvp ejejinAnQ ujtrjjao n umoujj landlord, dubiously. "I would much prefer To those desiring additional rending matter we f nq oqs ji jjeJO)uopi Tupj Suj(su Xq ucMoq that the houe bo let alone." will club tbo 'eaunjveddn uj eqjauaA puu 2upunmmoo "Very well, then, I will let It alone," and Y INTEUIOI. JOURNAL in) 'fJsaX oo jo nvra n 'jujaunjj JaqjBf n little later he was looking at anothor house. As follows: H 13 00 With the Weekly Courier-JournThought It Was Tired. 'oavoi sjq qoo)doqsq oq) ' New York World 2 60 spjOM esoq) qits. ,so.infoiosp sjq pun mjq Chlcazo Herald.) " 3 00 New York 8uu " uj oauoprjuoo )j3jdm )tom otp oaujd Xum A locomotive pulled into a station and noX )nq) noX ojnEsn o) ijsjav i pun 'noX O) " 5 00 Uirpfr's Mugizlna topped, thouirli tbo water pump was still " ojstn o) oApnjjnu Sujqsno) pnn eunj)s in motiou, with its monotonous pluuging. " Ilsrprr's Wwkly B20 n snq on jounvm )tojnj eq) uj mjq joj " 3 00 " Houthtrn Illrouac "Ob, mamma," exclaimed a little girl on Home sod Firm qanoA o) lujaunjj Jaq)vj q)M emuo Xduis tbo platform, "that engine is awful " " 2 CO tirei. -r what OAVq J :pjns doqsjq oq) uoq) pun 'pououi doilrp, It is puffing and blowing just the way pa weIn fact, no mitl--with our publlvatUn sas--nilyou bo paper and can furnlftb It uins fcUAV jjojjouoj; tJfi 'puuqsnq jeq loss after bo has climbed up the stairs." of remitting fur it, slpcs t"o trouliloaod sn j;oai sn jeq poojeouoa je))um eq) tu 'osjaa 50 tenia to (1 CO. Iruin (ill Hubsorlkcrt. wlio hare alrea.ly pulJ. ran kvhII thpiiulia t IUlsflf.tr by paying tin dlilrr. fu- '. ne; lie TV n- ' 1 rial.', i i iuf b"lwrtti i"! a (I tlit -- Th Lfdelatiire adjournod from Thurs w. v. vA.;l.J, euclceei, nto ? 113 SIP. yesterday. day Mendelssohn Xjoao qiJAi poAvop ue pun jeuanm )soq oq) V dn iqiJnojq jeq poqsAi oq )nq SXvai eq) jo )tio prjqooq) dtwjjoj Ajvsseoou) opnui soauu)smnajp )uq) pun '3(nDJ q?q jo A"rnq n jo utjq o) njoq jc)qSncp 0)nm)Se uo pnqo n rail uj pnq eq em pjo) eq n) jo (uep poo3 tj JJJV Jenboj f(epunq )n em vokn poijna pnq pan 'nojpodxe Sujjunq n no 'yoix JLv sjq no svu eq pp jejiVAeqa eqx Tno!JJ ogeoo ejcmpai )nui pun uojundmo w (mossq )soj) joqjojq joq pan 'qsuj x by the sama ovtdenco that shs is noc R, A"q mou3( noA" y eq oj uowod v moujj noX That was an Illustration of the consummate JX vCjiiusrij rsoj jeq peiaedint jneuiotti art ot this social bandit," 10 sn jo euon jou j iq-- i 'Xq iue.it eqs ciuuu "Out why did ho keep tha documents at o run qojqM opjvi cqjerj jo oSvjueuvd allP asked Mr. Moncrlolf. ronjov eq) jo uni os wen est 'ptpqo eq) jo "tasked bis brother that question," said tuo4Iiasep eq) pn )d Jtvo ueaMteq eotrafq Father Francini. "He shrugged his amej Sn?j;j)s eq) pojou puv 'qoxsos eqj shoulders. 'Who knows!' ho answered; pun pnqo --)Soj anoA" jo mou, sn jo r qSnoqj 'Maffel was a good hater. That was st 3 v onjsIdap vjiS eriJII 11 probably a provision in caso tho husband pu out o) 9)S(A sjq aeeu)oq uopoeuuoo oqj dlod.' 'How thonr I asked. 'Oh, bo said, tn pq exvq prnoqs I 'eui 'the wifo knowing ber own innocence, the oj pouodo seAe qjjM. pe)paj3tp ueeq pvq pjOM. sjq uonioui husband dead, tbo charge ot adultery oqj 'esnvooq peXoi;tep neeq pq snstnnoop would hurt nobody.' 'Uut bow could ha eq) jf uoao 'pons; exq jpf; pmoM moc eq) hurt the wifo, than!' 'Why, by poisoning sinjq) I Vq iUotrej,j jeq)d Pts w,,, the chill and then sending the evidence to e(d iiejS pan petqmei) cju tho mother to show that ber child was livS(q ouqAv 'iJBliouon UJJ pivs ueqi 'MOq ing and all that up to a certain date. Why, Sapoamitrio nttjpanoos ejq sum. )sqj he kept every one of ber school-gir- l letters njuem to loar uncle,' from the first one written jldmoo ijq qjA Hiuiuivm jeq 'jjojisuorf to tha one rocolved a month ago.' No wonjpi 01 "ejji COO'09 J" fosSei v Jeq der you shudJ.'r, madam; ho was terrible SuXed Jffjjv i2 eq) pus oj in an!" puv je;Jouof "Jp; o? sjq Suroejp "And bavo you brought mo thosa letters!" e3vjuvra joq ojo jeq jveX eq) 'pioj "Yes." "And doos my child know of mof K )K 1 nJOl 'PII'P siq eq o) 1'sIff "Sho does." jeq poavpop 'pjnoqswaqu. 9fitm Sn)V)S Jjjo 'qojqA 'hjai sienuAoqa eq) tiMOqs "When will sho arrive, Father FranclnIP uoq) im ojx i2jeiJonov eq) )noq ip )no "My dear midani, your daughter is wait punoj 'weq suctuod q)Ai Su)v,unmmoo A Ing for you now at tbo Continental hotel, pue souepAo eq) aios 'uoMed a- - etno-,- 1 o) with ber nurse and two sistors from the )Uai eq sjjoq e(eaop,SvQ uiojj oo))OU peAoo ej eq fbuoosw )q) prvs jupuoJj aeqjvj Life of the Oil Scout. oo0A snommoj) s ih 'jjajJO lUnulford Petroleum Aru. nojj xipj pev fcirilio fw ruvAio) suop ut Tho oil scout is not too good to bo n&juj Sq 9J9M 3Uq) noX op 'ueqj )vqn hoeems to be imperfectly unpejlOAVJun je)fm eq) StqAeq uodn He is derstood by the outside public. pe)sjsnj paw noj)I'Isjp tnoruof v jo sum Indian-fighte- r nor a detective, 'jOAOAtoq pouedo neithor an oqx ojjm n.jojuJAeqo un peujnq oj q)ep noppns Xtti jo esvo nor is he a crows between the two, as soma tho story-papeand even tho metropo'zoo, o nt peujv)UCo no 0J8M of nI spo-Jlitan dallies have pictured him. He is jf9tlX ")!" ZunoX f.eJBUvADO eq) 'buohSvq simply an expert in all mattors that pertain tuouSjg jo eou-)i- u eq) ) Jeq;v; oq) to drilling and handling oil wells, and Is mo pouedo XrB)tiBp30B 'XllujjuopjAOjd ojoai ot eqj, "0)0 'poqijot ep epp.re eq) q)jM employed to gat Information (usually under jeqteSo) 'jjo pejjjvo vj eqs Aioq jo )unooou diOlcultlof) for speculative or othor A knowledge of woodcraft helps tj puw 'ejssof jo ))uep eq) O) Hujpvoj pvq sjodvd sq Saome him on ills way through the wild woodland, Bjuotnnoop punoj wboro are drilled, and to Suiqojves uj ueq trq )eq) pus 'ossvq tucceod many be must bo a good judge of cdmvo jcen niA cm 5 cim- - Jqui)dog nature and have the sleek way human ot the u Amoppns pejp prjq ecojiZtg eaejrBAVj) polished city Interviewer. It the detective eq) )q) e)t)t o) no )uom jnpnvjj jeq)vk Instinct is strong in blm and bit mini Is M'jeq q)(Ai 2uj)ivd anl ha can be patient and pay )u p8ej;sp X)uojS euv ;uoauoo eq) jo clow attontlon to what may seem unimport6J)S)s oq) pun 'poAOjoq Anv;jeAnn 'noFJOd ant details, ha has many of tho elements 2unoA Supauvqs n sj jojqSnep Jno, which go to make up the suocesful scout mnunn jed Sujps spnnod Tho oil scout who renders valuable sersn 8opuo OOO't Ptvtu eq) pua joq joj is nj ivjoqj ajba pun )q8nv) vices often forced to arrive at conclusions 'eoucMOiti sjq from slander Indicators, and in sending a rjOM eq pjnoqs eqs )q) jnno)Jvd jsa ioav mossage from a wild-ca- t well ouo mistake JejieAeqo eqj, riox Mek u! weqMBtncs might oot bis employer more money than a uomedmeo (coqos n jo Anmvj oq) ppjrstA scout could oxpact to earn during a llfotimo. eqs 'joq )joj joaou snq oqsA jeq Ar 1 bough a life of hardship, it Is strangely at pejtredmcoon pun sno0j)8oj tijTrjJeo Jopun tractive to tnoit of the men who follow it, 'noqM noi;roBA )neoej u Supnp sqjuotu and tho portion ot a man's career speut )dooxe 'eiuj) )uosojd eq) mun scoutin; is likely to be bettor romomborod eejq) joj ejeq) peaimuej tnq pan poAieooj tviA. eqs than what has gone before or may coma af Sjojjedns jeq)om oq) o) pnqo eq) pe)u;ojd ter. It was not an uncommon thing for a I '3W o) opviu pnq eq qojqii )3v; jo mem field man during tho busy years ot 1S32 and oj 18S3 to keep his boots on four days at e)v;s eq) Strpqnop )ou 'pun 'tin euonSng caajpiAtio tnojj sooun))imoJ a stretch, and find refreshing slumbor on a pan uo9 )ql?naiq oqg mcu; pllo ot casing or on the damp ground under poiuvdmooon pvq joq jou 'ounu tho hemlocks. Many nights have tho scouts jeq eq oj pompsp oq.i 'nnuiOAi qouojj tho stars twinkle as they rocltned n iq )aeAU03 eq) o) )qSnojq fha pipo oq) watchod noar aud somotimos inside tho gusrd Unas, tvu. I uequ listening for the faintest sound from taqorji ne)vq3 )n poqsqo)io the 'jbbX )xea )nq 'etnri )trq) )n )oofqns oq) uo mystified wells. ou pjneq j TUqo Xan jo pjnijno (en ejom Tko professional oil cout first became a .;o9i8U pun inaoni eq) jo ojv3 ov) 0 )no) factor in oil operations In 1S77. He was odtnoo Aiojpno ojom ejeq) bjijs eq) )eq) ushored in with the great Bradford field, pun 'soqojy nno)nq3 )n qjcoy pojsog oq) bocamo prominent during tho Cherry Grove jo dp3&iO)oej eq) o) 1VA )xou pejjojsunj) excitement, and has slnco boon intojmrably eq 0) wav j )nq) )ao; eq) mjq o) pouorjuoui connoctol with all devolopmonts that have I 'Xp3jcqi )som epiAOjd pmoAt eq qoqA oxerted an influence on spoculatlvu value. -- StocklwldersllWeeting. FOR OOUQHS AND ORi.J Utt Happiness results from that truo contentment which Indicates perfect health ot body and mind. You may possess it, if you will purify and a. Invigorate your blood with Aycr1! E. M. Howard, Newport, N. H., writes : " I suffered for years with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottlci of Aycr's Sarsaj)arllla, I Sarsa-parlll- .. . m nslOTusto t. .4 i.ft.At.tAf'a tt thn 'Nsittonftl cgsygg Stockholders'iMeeiing. ft tha stockholders or the First Ns will be held at tholr banking boim 2d Tuesday In January, 18S. In Stanford on "f electing ele.n Director, to terra f the lhaantlllni- - Ml. - .. u JOHN J. MeKOBEBTa.U.inier.w Si.tf A iiiiwtlnit Found great relief. It liss entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Kaus., writes : " To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Aycr's Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted with a dlscaio of tho liver for nearly two years, wheu a friend advised rue to take this medicine. It gavo prompt relief, and has cured me." Mr.. II. M. Kidder, 41 D wight St., ltoston, Mass., writes ; " For several yean I bavo used Aycr's Sarsa parilla In ray family. I never feel safe, even Stockholders? Meeting, sjq ?7$SUXk Am..P ' ol'lb. .ilRkhoMyr. .1 tha Fsimsr. , fc'Mrelr. W.lh. "'" TX Off HlBV, CMhler. POSTED. are -- rltlely pew unleraUned rIt. notice tht our l.nd. 1," : 1, trMPSialu con-vent- ," pedal permit, except tiii. violators may -- oompre-hondod.'.b- At Home without It. As a liver medicine nnd general purifier ot tho blood, it lias no equal." Mrs. A. II. Allen, Wlntcrpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of nge,vas taken with Dowel Complaint, which wo could not cure. Wo tried many remedies, but ho continued to grow worse, nnd finally became so reduced In flesh that wc could only move blm upon a pillow. It was suggctded by ouo of tho doctors that Scrofula might bo tho causa of tho trouble. Wo procured a bottle of X-3- 3 , tnm t la. m-- m .m.U .UMtai la iht Sttthra Bui. trltic .!.! n.lyl tau Immu ,'inil.il.i t twl- Ik, rM." prt4a-- ti Iki nwalaa miiS. aa( u .Mill ikr uff IS. rtlM "j.m.r... la frap ISh Ikt kll.l Btl MMplat nili Wk .1 lb. U .U iMlaoa. NlMlpl. I lk mall-l- a HiiihTiH).. rii.ioaia Riaiar ot .tii-ar- .. Cr.ip, Onrti. .! Nrti.i. ih. - Inc Caachftal taiaa VhtaaiaiapUaa, aal m ptla'.tl-- , rwlwuv.ii Aii T.t,4rafrlM hr II. rrl-- a. Tit. ..I JVC XT ,ii.i km th Ij .ih-r- 4 . 1 INT. i(Mul ll tf fr. Si. Look Out For New Millinervl APttTT. THE IIR8T bring. new. ndo.t.Je.lbl.. tack t ofM"I.rw.nVc..uln M with he e .I'm iih ntnosH. hi CKt.KBr.aRT coroiai. f--r firtk.rt );Maui; aal CSIUita TtaiAlai. Wfi9 , both lor .ale by Dr. M. h. 110 DUNK, Stanford. 11 WALTKRA.TATL0R,AtUata.Oa. '.n. ps !,!;, "8 am t, aurm-to LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho highest pur-poso- a. test-wel- ls -- Sarsaparilla and commenced glvlug It to him. It surely worked wonders, for, In a short time, ho was completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. ITER'S price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and BRONAUGH Hickory Logs DR. G. W. deliver....r. u. .!.., Ih.lofJuJlO rhlllP ed at any station of the rxincuuVr'erU h. atreet. ..... .. iu... or'rootu. . .1. bour. Ky touud .t hU L. & N., K. O. or 0. S. R. '" estept Ceurt-llo.- .. uu aame omce when proie-jioo- PIANOS AND John ChnrehA Cc uVX f ORGANS. R. J. OTTENHEIMER, crab Orohard, Ky u l'rlco $1; Six bottles, $S. TrepArcd by Dr. J.C. Ayi.r X Co., I.ovell, Mass., U. S. A. . en ""Jf twugn imjU. ,,,,, , ,. , l'auny, nd iinimm. i.'..r.it Plioot. John Church A fornteyrara. llUBiuau, Atoo. Jo. Organ., M. Meare ii -- CyjOUIJVHlttwAllAaTgClllCAtoRl - -- r 'Jil Ague Cure IS 1YAKRANT1SD to cure Ketcr and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fctcr, Dumb Ague, IIIHous 1'mcr, Dengue (or "Hrenk-botie- " Fever), Lhcr Complaint, and nil diseases arising from Malarial pobous. AYER'S "...i. gMrMlrarMMl...: """ tit , .1 a io .ell UnJ. ''f','DC.T!ll,1. J t: M. Carhenter. a1"" Through Coaohos and Pullman Slooping Cars. -- Krotn .. Ko.k .i . jo; '9)e )umqsdmooon MemteUsoliti Making Music deligbud "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. "For eighteen months snjf-ere-d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, fused a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. I IJVS':; byesmngo'n ertl low for .h or on any eeeuii.bw Will cent, with yKt.A SI). utannrM, of ' 8.- -1 bare. nmnUr I in Knob -- AI."?. !l"teU.u lind i.arat en LoiiIhvIUo (o CltleiiKo, H.nlng Cliicluuiitl (o C'hlcKO three .nVUrac Is of good rVrV, the lalter nLlV J InilliuiupoIlH (o Chicago " ". Alao 11" tract.. - .11 thhouqii tFme Usp. ow Mon ! - .. lntftt6per '. VI. Loulirllle bTc. lul.rlil AV.' .,.'??'J',,P-.. 7 table l7 j S jt . vnic4u .. .., (T Jlln,:. and of rn O- J- OT ;j.lm change faVmhog.. '?$fiL ft a"u VI. Cincinnati: l.M. Clnrlnnatl 11 Si 43. iu ! SOpta 49 Ji m ;t) 8 00 . uraleckeK j( arrn.al o, I will A rr. Chicago. D.ll IniHinarw.M. I (12 I tT 30 a ml 6 45 pin ( II finally except Snnday. inpai OMiu 4Jpw 30ptn EDWIY HARPER." MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. - Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll Known Hotol bun inuiut"'"" Boputation, High (U Eeuro your tidal read, rla tho MONON ROUTE, N A. A C. It'y) a. It la tha qufrkral. the nd moat dlret Una to Chlra Ko nd lilnl. U.t jnv m rlfi" InthaNotthweii, Mo,?on ,tau"' on "' ' rrln r firmV,lor,:'.ddrm "T- - J lull la WM. S. 1IALUWIN.O V r". J;a A.J O'HEILLV.O s'A.LIful.,111.. )q) SUGAR it. Proprietor ! UBicrnxiuou ... CATHARTIC . COATED -- ta Hotel in the State in it r&re, Appointmenti, ",A" tion to Comfort their Oaeiti. to LH.I "illtiOtirisHH 1oii(c.m Shortest ond Qulokcat Eonto from Oen tral Kentucky to all Pointa North, Last, West and Southwest. Fait Line Between Schedule In Effect Oct. II. cholt..! .In.j. sneDlled withand llt.ra. braaJ. of Llqaor. ComBarflITiTlr.ThB HM nil! x. -- -- j)jn rp LEXI.VGTO.V A OISUISXATI n, isjj. Boimi.liot'nn. CURE Dyspepsia & Asthma Can Ke Curcl. dl wim m pre-tent Vb.i, Kx. VoTT "Morn-E- Tribune-Itopubllean- .l Hun. Pally un. Lto. Cotlngton,... 8 10 am I 10 pro a oo pin ii.SrIndlge.Hon. .clone, tpo.thst "Pothe " Falmouth ... 9 M m J si n in 'I si p m wo. em h " Cynthlana, Kwnt lime ! b"! ii v a in iu n pn 4 37 p til of the rhronledli Irt .byalilui. Arr. 1'arla. mill In Dy.pep.U. The. Trap. " Ix'xlm.ton. . It 40 I'ln 00 p in 8 is p m 7 6 17 p iu tMnairelonof .ppeille, Iom of tleab, feeling ol 11 i.c. w.calonal fSlniVior (is n m dull wly In Arr. Wlncheater.. 12 so pmill (u pm, 0 10 p (u "clJItr. n.tulence, Uehell. wltla a rnullon of hear net. or R " incniuonj..., s -- . pm...... .. 7 li pn-IS irregol-Ity ;.f bewrls. low spirits. sUPlfM. n,,.. " ItowUnd 0 OOpiol v. ne ..llow.llo, der.ngeme.ioi iuirj.,u. heart. I.Trt. ItlCtlllllli. iinfrrniiellllT rilpll't"n "' lospta ,.... . . a Sll n ... Arr. Here i. lr you aro ituiirn4 ' i l)ys oin -- Twa-lhlr- ,,,i . . rii.. aull '" - DR. HOLT'S iiTjni'JU 5 Q n, Dyspeptic Elixir lVILL CC1IE OV. Ky.75-6- Hoitii-Hodh- m' 8 00 No. II No. 3 10W 11 S 11 No. 1 Kor .ale by Dr. M. L. Itou no, Stanford, 'pjo I.Te. MTlng.ton.M ii Hcie. Arr. HlclnuonJ ... a. Ibiwl.nd ...,, i I.anca.ler Arr. Kichmond L-- . in H IS. 2", in I Aii Open AIaIm AUH Letter! 1 7 14 03 00 1 I.Te. IS WHICH LApiES OEirLY Arr. Wlncheater... 7 OS a mH Arr 8 C8 am! S l.Te. Leilngton .... 7 25 a m i Lto I'ari. 8 20 m S Cynthlana . .1 8 83 a in 3 1'almouth ....... o SJ in I Arr. CoTlngjon ll 80. m 8 "f &'"nd am ami am o OJ m '"'- - p iu 85 a m 15 m . . . 40 p iu I 20 p m 30 ml n 20 pm 88 p m 6 64 pm 4(1 p m C 57 pm 00 p ui 8 43 pm INTEBESTED HEAD" IT. MAYJSVILI.E nUAJiVtl. NO.TII.BODMD. jjju K'o.bi: ToTTJT Ex. Uuo. Ki. Bun. 8 20 8 47 0 Cft ft J" 08 10 60 Ayer's Pills, 0LUBBIN6 RATES. SEMI-WEEKL- al -- er be without It In my bouse. Ulroct conn. ctloni are tnado at Wlncheater wlih t k.....wn,mmiMl It to. number of my friends wonder- - Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. 8 nd without exertion they hire all been Uuntngton; Ch.rlo.too, W. V... .Ka.t.'f'n'c'lt: " ib fally relleTidanacureu, of without .ollcltatlon. and freely, for the benefit the .uttering ones olmy sex. me. Lto CoTlngton QKSTLKMK.1- .-I ' Itegulator,' ful remedy, "Dr. Bradneld's Female r.rla..., for lorg time, and I w.nt to uy to Arr MUlgraburg",' In my fmlly sex that there narer wai " Crll.la....... the .ufferlng one. afmy " Johnton .nytblngeqo.ltoll. Would to Ood that erery " Maysrllla... filleted woman In our land knew of IU wonderful TlrtueaandcuratlTe power, m I do. I hare uied .great deal of It alnce thebirtbof iny la.t child .bout a year and half ago, and I do think had It not been for this t.lu.ble uiedlclno, I would bsro Ltb M.t.tIIIo-.- ., " Johnton " Carll.l been " Mlllersburg, Arr Parla BED -- BIDDEN FOB " Islington directed " Cirlnglon ... thank, to .kind I'roTldencf, I w But to Its usesnd my Ufa and health bate been apred Nnr Train. 4 means would admit of It I would narklODTII-yonH- IiKLlIB, Oa. , Kot. II, 1881. bavo been using your wonder- IMlly TisTm 2 00 4 .m . in til . iu 20 pm pm p in ... Am!. 5 48 7 07 p m in 7 80 p m . LIFE! 27 a 7 28 7 48. 8 15a 19 10 s fi 84" ii' n.iu Dally Ex. Bun Ex. Sun 8 45 w 2 43 p ra "Mo, T0. . . II 30. in in . in 3 28 p m m 4 25 p in m 4 47 nm tn fi is p ra 6 in 8 45 pni pm lfmy ate Z3ES. saawarffi . T.1.,ro??U .,! i . . biwi Very rectfully, M... Amwa Kamp. exne Bend for our Treatise on Female ed free. AddrMa Olseates, mail -- ',ck,',, "i- - lK8e "' W checked to an Tiin IIRUiniilD llfc.uui.Aiuu . - it till i'u'.,ii. '. irt llox 28, Atlanta, u., Os. v ) CM'tlNK, Ptanforil, Ky rjcr.l M.n.ger oK,",' Ajf