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IiXn A OBcs Bouth sld Main Btrs-- t, two doors above Ciun Onciuno, Jan. 4'.h. Among the IV. D. WITHERS IhiMjwsHoUl: many New Year's receptions, there was Pura Nitrous Oxlds Gas administered vhsa rela a Candidate for Alienor, subject to the action quired. none where hospitality and good cheer ofthe Democracy. wera mors heartily enjoyed than that of DR. W. 8. FBNKry, Col. John Buchanan's, of Crab Oroh-r- d. E. D. KENNEDY . 8TANFOBD, KENTCCXT. (That title is no misnomer, for "mite la a Candidate for Ajieator, subject to the action ot UlfiLLU' Offlce on Lancaster street, next door to Iirta. host" was a Major bold, on "Training the Democratic piny. mob Jouxif at office. Office hoars from t tola a. Days" in Vermont, some rears ago, and on K. and 1 to 6 p. M. Anesthetics administered whsa ItSt-ly- r. Jan. 1st, 1830, we agreed to call htm Col., GEORGE S. CARPEOTER neceeaarr. firriieH. evermore.) It Is a time honored custom of Is a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to tbs ac The fort is used for the largesi "gun Col. Buchanan to have a family gathering tion oi id vemocracj. carriige. factory" in India, which (sounder on the first day of every year, and it has M. JOHNSON Dressed Pine Plooring, OelHng, Weather the superintendence of our good .friend, been my privilege and happiness to be Boards, xinisaing Lumber, Green .PraiSe tho Lord.MOod is Lovfiand Koth Msjor Mackenzie, to whose kind Invitation present on several of these occasions, but Is a Candidate for Assoaior of Lincoln coanlj, sub ject to the actlou ol the Democrasy. 1 Lumbar in the Bough, including to hold a meeting here, wo are InJelvjed for never have I been more impressed with the ( ing Else." Laths and Shingles. our plea-avisit to Futtebgurh! We met native goodnesa of heart of mine host than t C. B 1RXETT IFufrrnqunir, India, Not. '21th, lSS.I. the Mijor and his charming family at Lin-dou- r, when in tremulous tones he asked a bless SKor tha convenience of oar customers in Sun-for- d and vicinity wa have arranged with Geo, Is a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln where (he latter were summering, log on the feast 'prepared for loved ones. I V fcONINUKD VKOsf LASI IMUE. county, subject to primary election of the DemoJ), IVeitre.n to keep on Mi yards an anortment ! generally an enlarged jAn Indian Hotel of our Lumber, where they can get it as cheap cratic party. and where he ran tip, now and ttien, to There were hearts that had been cast down COL. E POLK JOHNSON, us direct. He will also make estimates for 'MaVbungslow," which, "in my time" wan have a look at them, during the V'heated by griaf and sorrow- - a sister, Mrs. Dickany bills not on bands, which we will fill on short T notice. TV. T. SAUNDERS 3IEI.V1S di VA VIM. dc thVoBljr accommodation known to term." The noble old Roman, whose features inson, had seen an only daughter, a lovely, Lily, Ky. He is an officer in tho Royal Artillery the larger cltlea. A larse houc gifted woman, cloe her eyes on all things are endeavored to be portrayed above, waa Is a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to tha action ot icintltr furnffhcdi.wbere the tourUt found a gwnd (maa, and a devoted? christian, earthly, since this anniversary was last ob born in Jefferson county, Ky., just 41 years the Democracy. A. hit own bedding or had nonrj a full corps whom India will mlM when he retiree next served; a nephew, Mr. Gllkerson, had stood ago. At the age of 17 and while preparT. Bf. TENNINGTON ofjDaliJvo Htiialt; and a book where one year, after more than 23 years serjlce. Such by the grave of the wife of his heart, whom ing for college, he enlisted in the Confeda Candidate for'County Clerk ol Lincoln, aub-emen are not easily replaced. His, family he idolixjd, and by recorded the amount paid and any her side are the graves erate army and served faithfully and gal- la to the action of tho Democracy. In the famous First Kenreverae, were the circle lovely wife and seven splendid childresatisfactory or the of his two children, all within a year, yet lantly to Its close THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n-note, to make us only wlth'there were for the love they entertain for the brother tucky Cavalry. He experienced all the vicisB. PAXTON oalf MqulV.tw. Tae modern "hotel" - on-- And tho Louisville- ly tblion an enlarged ectle. At the "Km-)re-"- mora such in the world, to adorn its social and uncle, they put aside for the hour the situdes of war even to (he terrible trial of Is a can d'date tor County Attorney, sobject to the aiw no landlord, but the -- ervanU wilderness wastes. Model lamilies'are rare chalice that contained the bitter drugs of a 14 months confinement as a prisoner at primary election to occur tbe fiist Saturday in Courier-Journ- al as a symmetrical whole, even though; some their sorrow and gave their presence just Rock Island, III., and although a mere boy were at our dltpoial and answered every One year for only 83 two papers for little members, in nearly all, are admirable. long enough to fill call my promptly. Food excellent and their places at the tablet bore the hardships with the herotsm of a more than the price of one. JUDGE W. O. HAXSFORD This is one such, in its charming entirety. -Mrj. Buchanan waa everywhere, assisting veteran. After the eurrender he returoeH pleatllnl. jlbard 3 ;iim (fl.5QJJjrr diem ot Lincoln, The precious gospel, 1 hold, in ,'truit, was by her words and smiles' in making every- home and while teaching school Btudied la a Candidate for County 'Attorney By paying us S3 you will recelre for one year subject to the action of the Democracy. eaokif Not dear anywhere but, on the welcomed by the mother your home paper with tbe l, the fist, then .by the one feel at ease, and there is no "blame)" law and was admitted to the practice in representative newspaper of tbs South, democratuhcomMooly cheap for India, cnWarv, ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and tha beat, lather during his first brief vii Tben a in the words, when I say I never saw her 1869. In 1871, he was elected to the Leglife re wa remained one day, n waiting JUDGE T. W. YARIYOX brightest and ablest tamlly weekfy in the United Btates. Tbo-- e who desire to examine a sample ItroHVood-luY- f arrival from AllAhabad, dangerous illness of one of their Ine boy a, look more handsome. I think Col. Buch-a- t islature from his native county and at the Is aCandldate for to theofflcs of Councopy ofths Courier-Journcan do so at this ofllce. tlTem, in brought Jesus the dear Healer to an had a right to feel proud when he closo of the session received a unanimous ty Judge, subject to the action of the Democracy. train. He had been in at' a practical experience, never to .be' forgot- glanced at his wife, and then upon his vote of thanks from the House for laboritendance at the Annual of hla Mivion D. S1FOPE ten; after the doctors had jjiven the little daughter, Miss Anna, who sat at his right. ous services in Committee, an honor which uwetlni;, and had written to u to meet him E fiy. fellow up as hopeljs It is no wonder Six years ago I heard an eminent lawyer the records show was never btitowed on la a Candidate for County Clerk, of Lincoln, subject Fulleh-K&rlUCiwnp'jre, that we mljbt go to to.the action ofthe Democracy. our hearts have been drawn clo-el- y toAVe put in (he time In' that call Miss Anna "Hebe" on New Year's day, any other member. He was chosen altertoiteloer. Kent nek 's Route Enst visillnj: tha cene of ever thrilling inter gether, and that the present meefing is the I thought last Friday it that title was an nate elector on the democratic presidential GEORGE B. COOPER " ticket in 1S72 In the'jSih District withou-bein- g ideal then it woald not be to day. roa et, iijUhli city 'a pre ruitoent for bloody outcome of It. Is a candidate for Couuty Clerk of Lincoln, subject Ojr nightly services are held in, the fort Among the gueits aiide from relatives a candidate. Declining a to the action of the L emocratlo party. deed duridK the mutiny of '37. Washington, Philadelphia and chool room, which is ample for our limited were Messrs. Stubblefield and Little, of to the General Assembly, he gaye up the (FirA the fatal "well" trhere aeveral bun Now York. congregation; bnt comfortably and otcadily Knoxvillf ; Mr. James law for the more remunerative JA3IES P. BAILEY Brooks, of Cincinna- practice of d rede chltlly women and children, had The only line running filled by civilians and soldiers from the ti; Mr. 0:tenheimer, of New York; Mia- profession of fsurnalism and became a spe- Is a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the acbeen thrown after ruthleM niMMcre, by or neighboring civil and military lines. The sm! Master PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Hibln, of Scotland; Prof, and cial correspondent for the Couritr Journal tion ol tho democratic party. der ot Nina Sihlb, The lite of the dear LORD gives sweelert liberty in Mrs. H. P. Hawes.of the Collegiate Insti- and traveled through the South in the inAND "tilatShter HotW where HaverlocV- preacbng the wcrd, and souls are blessed tute, and Mrs. Tarrant, of T. D. NEWLAND SOLID knelt, and awore revenge, in light Tarrant College. terest of that paper. Afterwards ho was ioklir continually. For which we praise His dear A telegram was from can lldate for of Lincoln received from CjI. Welch made its city editor, which difficult posi- Is a to the actlonofSheriffdemocracy. county, sub- of Inaatalned walla and ibor yet slippery ject tbe Louisville, Oinctouati & Lexington, Ky,, name without ceaiing. lielpleM victim -- l regret tnat no could not accept tion he filled with great credit until elected expressing with tie blood of the to Washington Oity, Futtebgurh has Its bloody history, like the invitation. assistant cleik of the House of Represent marked by n mW atone crosr, while abjvq Connecting in tbe same derot with IV. X. DAWSON all thoe stations in Central India, .where Of the feast prepared, a few words. It Mtives in 1S77. He was re elected in '70 and the 'wall" llelf, the Government haa Fast Trains for Now York. Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, cub. there was aweak garrison and helpless was a succku in every particular. The Direct Route to created, futtn jiBteiuorUUaQiiumeBt.lt Of the 'SI and in 'S3 received the high compliment Ject to t he action of the Democratic party. cblluren'fo fall vlctimj to ihe muLynchburg, Daavllln, Norfolk and all Virginia excellent taste displayed in the arrange of a unanimoui election to the Clerkship of li t. deefon'tdclotur,ln browa'atineper-bap- i and North Carolina Points. tinous Hepoys, This place was held by the SAM. 31. O WENS 60 feet in diameter, with n loTelr mnt of the good things one need only cay the same bjly. During the short career of For tickets and further Information, cpplf to "11 :h .Native Infantry" of the old "Bengal la a of Lincoln county, sub- your nearest ticket office or address XV. W.Monit could not have been otherwise than a Gov. Underwood's Bowling Green InUlU ject tandldate for Jailer Democratic party. monument In white marble, In the centre, t) tbe action ofthe roe, Div. Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington Ky. a Armj,"satul they went bad afui,a time as success with Mrs. A. A. Mclvtnney and gencer, he was associated with Mr. Emmett just orer the ell' mouth reprei-etitiomost of tho others did, though" theiriofatu-Me- d O. W. NHITII, II. W. FCLLER, Mrs, Burch, of Stanfoid, as managers, G. Logan in its editorial conduct and constanding tijrti with' folded wing and anas D. K. CARPENTER, Gcn'l Manager, Oen'l Pau'r Ag't. officer, with a mintaken trust, that Lnrge bowla of egg-noBichmond. Virginia. and decanters of tributed his full quota to the brilliancy of Is a Candidate for crowed OTer the bree.it, with palm brunches as County Attorner. caused the loss of many lives, here and wine were upon the table, with coffee and that bright but short lived journal. After subject to the action ofthe Democratic party. In each htnd, and downewt look of lender elewhcrr, insisted to the last, that their pitchers of cream; eo the taste of all could ita demise he returned to his old love, the et pity Trie best cf living artlits oiea would bs true to their "colors" and JAMES W. AIiCORX bs gratified. The oyster soup, turkey, sal- Courier Journal, but left it a second time to wrought it with his skilful chNel, and it U their 'silt." At last, stern facts, undeceivads, cakes, tropical fruits, and indeed the become editor of the Louisville Time, Is a Calldate for Circuit Judge In the this Disworthy of Its snlject. ed them, but too late for rescue. For 7 whole "menu" was beyond the criticism of which he assisted in founding and which trict, ruuject to the action ofthe Demxracy. The spacious grounds around are beautidreary days they held the fort, a mere the OHIO MISSISSIPPI f). W epicure. most No Mav Col. has grown to be me wonuer ol evening fully kept and exquisitely arranged. haedful, encumbered with the helpless and Buchanan and his amiable wife enjoy R. C. WARREX many journalism, though less than two yeara old. natlre i allowed to enter the -- acred pit, assaulted, day and night, by an occasions of a similar kind, and may their Iu September last bo retired from it to be- Is a Candidate for to the office of Com- The direct through line and old established routs except to do the menial work he Is wanted Disoverwhelming force. Then, under cover of children, now eo promising, be monwealth's Attorney ot the from all that come managing editor of the Courier Jour trict, subject to tbe action ot the8th Judicial to perform. Democracy. night, they took to boats, drawn up under fond parents could wish or desire, is the nal, which important position he now holds we flatted the noble "memo Afterwards Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis the steep banks of the Ganges, in front of the wish of a host of friends. and fills very ably and acceptably. He also A Guest. O. II. WADDLE rial church," on the nite of Wheeler'a enand all points in the West. ramparts. The river wni low, the boatmen edited until its consolidation with another trenchment, where 1 100 kept 30,000 at Attorney of Candidate Reduced the Silver. Suui-lus- . It is paper, the Exenlng Xeut, of Louisville. In la a 8th Judicial for Commonwealth's the action of Two (2) ason deserted, and the awful upihot of the the Dtrvlct, subject to Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. bay fur 21 days, till an honorable surrenmatter was that all perished but two of the hinted that Secretary Manning has under 18S0 he was unanimously choren alternate tbe Democratic party. Three (B) Dally Trains from Cincinnati exhauted with fighting der threw them to St. Louis. consideration a plan to givo members of party. by tho demo elector for the Stale and faint wllh hunger -i- nto the clutches of JOHN S. YAN WINKLE Congress a dose of their own medicine. He Only JO hours from Louts-lll- e and Cincinnati The sickening details, as I read them the cratic convention, although not a candidate to St, Louts. n buiu-- n tiger, whee treacherous heart can, if he so desires, pay to the members ol for re a Candidate for Circuit Judge of the Sth Disother rdght, in a time record, the position, and made many rousing trict, subj-- ct to tbe Primary election ot tbe Demknew uu'm-rcin.e, efer execraleJ by lent me by the Major, were pathetically Congress and to all other officers and em- Hancock and English speeches during the ocratic party to be held tbe 1st Saturday in March, Tho Only Lino by which you can all who love truth and goodneu: Ever in got a Through Slooping Car 183G. terrible It is a little singular that I met ployees of the Government the total campaign. famous, with a despicable, io.thinj- - unpsra. From ClnclDstl toSt. Louis. amount of their salaries in standard silver in Lindour last summer, one of these two Col Johnson is a graceful, pungent and bf treachery, cruelly lelleJ, the dollars. -- L Washington special. loved cuts. The other is in the FuttebrPT-- i At TT through from Female College, J. O ObiVX. is tbe only line running ready writer and peculiarly gifted in the and falsehood Nina Sahib. We followed Louisville gurh Station now, and Bro. Woodiide and Cincinnati to St. Lculi, all other routes being Madison county has a female deputy ability to grarp the moat important news wltUrnjp.-tbfctn- g STANFORD, KY., Lesrts, tie track.",of the mauo up oi a comuinauou oi aiuau roaus. promises to take me to see him one day, sheriff, the wife of the sheriff anting in that of an edition and summarise it in the Bhort poor soul', whotrinted to his flying prom-l-ALEX. S. PAXTON - - PRES. The Ohio A MUsls'lppl Hallway runs Palatial soon. capacity. ana pithy paragraphs under the bead of until we stood at the fatal spot, where bleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant ParThey minagod to get away unoberved lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coach''News" on the first page of hia piper. It The Second Term of tho present session will be. his maked batteries, let loess upon the Positive Cure for Piles. es on all trains. gin Feb. 1st, 18SC. Locatten pleasant; discipline crow5e,d,fi;aU did tho ret. I plucked a in the awful miler, swam ashore, and were To the peopled tM. county we would iay that is no child's play to manage a great daily kind but Arm; Instruction thorough. Pupils Direct and close connections are made In UNION hidden by aotnu Iriendly villagers. (S02m any time, bend for circular. DEl'Ord with diverging lines br thoO. A M. we hare been given tlio .Agincy of Dr. Murchtsl'-Italia- n newspaper. It require tact, executive sprig from the old peeptil tree that looked Hallway, thus avoiding troblesome transndventurcs and ,hair brevlth Illo Ointment emphatically guaranteed ability and a breadth of knowledge of afWtj met dear fers by other routes. down iiptn the pitiful sight. escapes they got hick to places of safety, to cure or mouej- refunded Internal, External, fairs of every kind. All these qualities are The Ohio A Mlvlsslppl Railway li tbe only line Rent. Woo'dftdo ai the station, after midnight; a ltllnJ lllecdlng or Itching I'llei. Price SOc a box. between Louisville, Clnclnmtl and at. Louis aJmirably combined in Col. Johnson, who under one management, running all its gWtly hour to shri and the third die. after long Interval! one in a month and aale by Penny & McAlliter, Dnujtitt, The largo and deiirable Store Iloomtn The trains through solid and in consequence the other after 5 montl s of agonix'ng trial rules his little kingdom gratifying!; to the turbance of our eluuibers, on succe-jiv- e is recognized rirst-CIaitoutu bebuilding, froutlng on Main st. Joirkal and danger", Daughters, Wives and Mothers, tween those Cities, owners of the paper and satisfactorily to Is lor rent. Apply to Hut a glorious moonlight aid a nlfht Vfe emphatically guaranlco Dr. Marchlsl'i Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for rCONTINl'EO NEXT ISSUE tf IF. V. JT,J LTOX, etanford. tho men under him. A born gentleman, cup of hot colleeho'ped uc some The, lull parlliulara as to rates, time, maps, clrcutari Female Remedy, t cure Female Diset or any desired Information, or write to gentle'instincts almost of a woman and we were Undress at the Opera. ase-, such a OtiiUd trouble-- , Inflammation and with the dear LORD kept uh ROUT. H. FORMAN, Trav. Pass, ic't O. A M. R'y. Soirerset. Ky. Hociety is very much aroused over tho Ulceration, Falling and Dliplaceueut or bearing and possessing aa kind and big a heart as BUILDERS ATTENTION! at Futtebgnrhj and welcomed by, Joying W. 8. SH ATTUC, W. M. PEABODY. Irregularltte-,;Barrenneafelling, Changs o I ever beat in mortal bosom, ho is a favorite Ocn. Pass. Ag't, lady at down Free, and Gen'l Man'gr, friends by 8 o'clock? the next morning. The appearance of a certain We arc now prepared to furnish all kinds ol lumg Llfo,Leuchorrho.'a,b9-ldcsman- y Cincinnati, 0. agents for planing mills. with all his acquaintoncea and the fastest ber In tbe rough and threj girls went oil in Major Macketzle' her box at the Metropolitan Opera-hoUBfrom the above, like Headache, Bloating, SpiKeep constantly on hand dressed Mooring, celling, ;, doors, sash, blinds, moulding phaeton and Will, tram and I to llro. the other night. She wore her dress very nal Weakness, Bleeplcasnei), Nervous Debility, and truest of friends. Incapable of a mean pricea. low in the neck and with simple straps PalpltattonoftheHeart.de. For sals by Drug act, he seems to regard the whole world aa Ac, at lowest WoodHlde'satlttkkah mUdon premises. S'Jtt ItlllGlIT &IHETCSLF. SO gilts. Prices It We nra about iwo miles apart. The across the nhoulders, and tho color of her J, II. Marchlil, and St per bottle. Send to Dr. honest, a delusion, if such It bs, which has Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. often been dispelled. Major is superintendent of the "Gun Car- waist material she got as near a flesh tint For sals bv Penny A McAHater. Druggists. G. In February, 18GC, Col. Johnson led to riage Factory," whoe extensive work as could be found, so that at a little Bucklen's Arnica Salve. the marriage altar, Miaa Florence V. Tay- Has REMOVED his office to that of Jud-- e Philips it was impossible to -- e any dividing shop are located in the old Futtebgurh Louisville & Nashville R. R. The best Salve in tha world lor Cuts. Bruises lor, a lovely and refined woman, who has on Lancaster street, opposite tbe on the high right bank, of the line. An she sat in her box the effect was 8ores, Salt Bheuni, Fever 8orts, Tetter, Fori, jjst -- TUB Boarding at Philip Nunnelley's, on same street, Chapped startling, and every opera glass in the house Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, been to him a true and devoted helpmeet. lie may be found at his office or rooms at all hours Ganges. Oar msetings are held there in the Fort was leveled at her, while the men in the and positively cures Piles, or no pay req ulred. I, In truth much of hts success in life is due to except when professionally absent. THROUGH TRUNK lovingechool room a nicely lighted, clean, airy audience who knew her hastened, between is guaranteed to glrs perfect satisfaction, or money her, a fact which he frequently and -- TO TU Y refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by ly acknowledges to hia friends. He always apartment, admirably adapted for our acts, at a committee of investigation, to see Penny A McAlliter. speakB of her in the teoderest manner and limited wants. It Is filled every night with wbatshehadon or hadofT.Theeffectproduc- Wonderful Cures, he appears to be one of the happiest of moat earnest listeners, civil and military, edby herdressing wasexactly what she wantW. D. Iloyt A Co., wholesale and retail Drug- the dear LORD for a glorious ed, and yet she it a young woman, a married gilts oJ Home, (la., say: ''We have been celling Benedicts. They have four living childvntu and we trust woman, a mother and not an immodest wo Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and ren, of whom they are very prand, meeting. Of FuUehgurh and'tts InterestPullman Palace Sleepers, That genuine worth does count for someing surroundings, mora in my next "if the man. If a man should accldently see her Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two years. Have nev waist of her dress xfl, though she wore a er handled goods that sell as well, or give such thing, if it doea not win in a political race LORD will." universal satisfaction. There have been some d underwalst, ebe would be wonderlul cures effected by these medicine In this without effort, is shown in the fact that f " '?M'-are all quite yBaBBKsjBBi H LeularHle ta Nashville, 'Tralse the LORD''-- we Col. Johnson received 33 votes for Clerk of MeaipklB4 veil again and satan Incompletely baffled. ready to faint; and yet she would sit in her city. 8erera!catea of pronounced Consumption the House a few days ago to his opponent's Atlanta, Wo are more "bigoted" than ever in having box at the opera showing aa much of her have been entirely cured by the useol a lev bottles of Dr. Elcg'i New Discovery, in connec45, notwithstanding be made no electioneer iawiiiauuioiji only Jesus as our Healer whatever others flesh as nhe dared, and with the avowed in- tion with Elect-l- o Bitters. We taken Little Rack, guarantee them ing tour, but simply contented himself fit to do. "Who healeth all my tention of looking as though the was un- always. Sold by Penny A McAllster. may see (t) Mobile and New Orleans. with announcing the fact of hla candidacy. diseases" tnkes on new meaning every doy. dressed. I do not know what it is that STANJTOBD, KY. An Enterprising, Reliable House. His friends were more hurt over his defeat makes women do these things, unless it is Geo. O. Binuisa. Ever In Jeeus, Only one change to points In Penny A McAlliter can always be relied upon than himself and he returned to bis posithe love for oocial notoriety. They seem to WALTON, not only to carry la stock the belt of every thing tion as managing editor of tbe Courier' -- If you resdera wera "posted" Dec. 1st. want to do something to break the monot- but to secure the Agency foriuch articles as haio in thn Hiinterlan -- vetem! of writing the ony of ordinary social showing no signs of disappointment Is published every Tuesday and Friday at tha life, and rack their merit, and are popular with the wo. Journal low price of Roman Urdu (Hindustani) I would spell poor brains for some novelty iu May his big old heart beat dress or pie, thereby austalnlug the reputation of being al- or resentment. our present pace of sojourn Fategarh. But ways enterprising and ever reliable. Having se- for vears to come to gladden hta family some eccentricity that will make them TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR. Seeking bomea on the line of tali road will rocelva cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's and rejoice his friends, ub they would be euro to pronounce It Fate. special rates. more talked about than their friends. orthoe-plcall- y New Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a Gar, which la wholly misleading, VCOaR-DESL- . Bomou Osteite. positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and awrSea Agents of tM Company lor rates, route technically Incorrect Harry K. Ilay, of Boyle, haa been apI prefer to be Ac-- , or writ, ot ." ur c'A''Ka- y B. G. Gover and Adam Catron have every auction the Throat, Lungi and Cbeit, pointed RViRor HD-- I Then C. Bell, of tho and really intelligible. Futtebgurh Fort and to show our confidence, wlrtrln youtocatl Louisville, Ky, of mules, Noatly and Ohoaply Exooutod. same county a, mail agent. "Lotiiu of victory" b a frowning gone South with three then-- or ( I) and get a Trial Bottle Free. earthwork, with curtained button!, enclor, lug about 4 or 5 acres, and standing on the steep right bank of the Ganges, 2 miles disl'ri'i'a7ict Tttftlnva run" I'rtitnw tant the from ancient city of Furruekabad -- AT' which was once the Capital of a powerful 3 Nawab, In the old days of Mussulman su$1.50 will b z premacy, and very populous. Now, howIt li aidenttod If w. credit that peeled tad demanded. ever, It Is a place of insignificant political CI t importance, and holds a population of less ' P.-atbaaCO.OOO. Half regiment of British W. MUmp- ALTON. toMien and one of Stpoys is the ordinary . HUFFMAN. lnAMNUMi W lontit, A Wf LGiEO. O. BARNES. H LUMBER! J. nt WILtlS travel-erjeatil- ra Grand Conibiuation "re-mar- ct J. we Weekly Courier-Journa- al brldnleht J. ij j j A TRAIN g O. fc M. -- i d y. Stanford a J, e, After-nuuberl- - Store Roomjor ss 7S-- as a, well-know- wcaliiea-cainrlng-In- e wcather-boardfn- dis-ran- DR. W.BRONAUGH Court-House. L.&N. LINE THE SEMI-WEEKL- SOUTH & WEST rSWI4s!ia3aj9KSs9vv. high-necke- -- Interior Journal W. P. Pro'r. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS p car-load- s l or m v PHENOMENA!, FrCUNDITY. The most Gov. McCrtarv will ba on the comextraordinary case of fecundity that I ever weights nnd measures. vides that all persons other than females mittee of coinage, Capt.T N.FInnell.one of the oldet heard of came to my knowledge last week. goods and chattels of guilty of larceny of tfian $20 shalf bepunlshed by revenue officers In the State, died of paraly- About twenty five mile from here, and 1880 value less January 8, Stanford, Ky., by rail two or three stations beyond Pomlashes, dn the bate sis at Georgetown Tuceday. not to exceed thirty-nin- e Wo linvo tried the credit business thourotigh-l- y The C. O. & S. W has advanced the peii, is the historical city ef Nocera (the of back, inflicted by the Sheriff or Jailer or and $75 per Nncerr. of the nncients) In the rione, and wo don't llko it. Wo think wo know the county where the conviction is hid. rate to $5,75 per day for train W. P. WALTON. ward, of Liposta lives Maddalena Granata, Should the bill pans work can be ind. finite- month for switch engineers. when wo have enough of anything, and hopep who was married at (he Five prostitutes in "Louisville havo aged forty-wvely suspended on the brnnch penitentiary. n its text a just ninebeen married from bawdy houses to semi- age of twenty.eightto a peasant, The London Echo, taking on and THE GENERAL ASSEMBL Y. TTriirranh rmblijbed in this psper under a teen years ago. Maddalena Granta has respectable men since New Year's. The Harper National Bank, of Har given birth to, either dead or living, fifty-tw- o miiconctptlon tn regnrd to the increase of Senator Taulbee has presented a bill of whom were children, forty-ninthe public debt, firs oil a column of ex- to repeal the act establishing the Board af per, Kansas, has been authorized to commales. She enjoys florid health, is robust mence business with a capital of $50,000. coriation of the democratic party, which it Equalizition. hours after her last acI t hai been intensely cold in the North- and twenty-fou- r claims is Incapable of managing nnythirg bill in conformity A Wo will sell goods properly. The debt was decreased over with the suggestion of Gov. Knott Has been west and snow has blockaded many rail couchement was ready to go out to her ao field. She has no regstated in a customed labor In the roads. At Leadville the thermometer $9,000,000 in December w we presented In the Senate. hesitancy In conversing with any one about subKq'aent iwue, o Mr. Dvche's old politBash will Introduce a bill pro- istered 33 below zero. Senator A Massachucetts man has invented a her extraordinary prolificnes. Her phy- ical stump speech was delivered m our fint hibiting the sale of pistols and other con statement wa, at half cock. The arraign machine which hs says will tis a rquare slcian, Dr. Rapael de Snctls, of Nocera, cealed weapons in this State, of the democratic pir-1- 7 by Inventors as be- says that there Is not the least exaggerament that he makes Senator Triplett introduced a joint knot, hitherto regarded tion in these statements. Has any one evbeen repeated so often that it has b yond the power of machinery. has resolution ordering the appointment of a come a miserable old chestnut, which the committee to investigate the charges of In his place in the Senate, Senator er heard of such phenomenal facundity in people repudiated very properly in the fraud made against theBtate paper contrac- Beck disclaimed any purpose of attacking the whole history of maternity fifty-tw- o I last Presidential election. Wa regret that tor. the President and Secretary Manning in children, alive or dead, in nineteen yean Naples She has had triplets fifteen times. we inadvertently gave occasion for the get connection with the Silver question. Mr. Merideth will introduce a bill to ting off of the diatribe, which every repub. The chaplain of the House of Repre- Letter to Paris Register. We know this will meet with tho approval repeal the additional exemption law passed sentatives gets $3 (or praying only five lican stands so readf to fire off. at Th United States Coaiul-Genera- l, by the last Legislature, and one to repeal of a great many of you who prefer paying tho minutes. He's in luck. We know of a Before the pension raid on the treasury thsaet Mtablishlni; the State Board of man who prayed for a dollar for a whole Melbourne, in bis official report to his Government on the Australian Colonies, is through, every person who ever sympa- Equalization. cash, and to those who have been running acweek and didn't get it. refers to this colony as follow: "New thized with the Union canse will receive a Mr. Offutt, of Bourbon, presented a bill wide Is a member of the Mr. Yard counts wo will say that wo will offer such exZsaltnd may appropriately be styled the monthly stipend. The laws giving pen- providing for calling a convention to amend Nebraska Legislature who occasion- Switzerland of the Southern Hemisphere. pro- the constitution, and also to ascertain the sions to the widows of dead soldiers traordinary inducement in ally introduces measures which have the Along the extensive mountain ranges vide that these pensions shall cease when number of voters within the State entitled their width and warrant to their name as to which run through the entire length cf the In catting about to vote for Representatives. the widow is length if not always as to their depth. two northern islands are lofty mountains for methods to increase the pension list It A bill has been Introduced to make They kicked a negro out of a skating looming up into the regions of perpetual has occurred to some jackass to propose gambling in Kentucky felony, to be punish That you will find it to your interest to borrow 0 that if the cecond husband rlra dies, and ed by confinement in the penitentiary from rink in Connectcut a few days ago, not be snow to heights varying from 8,000 to causa he couldn't skate or hadn't paid his above the level of the sea, which feet tho money, If you havn't it, to deal with ui. the widow thus becomes doubly widowed, one to three years. Tennessee, Missouri He may challenge comparison with Mont she shall bo able to revert to her old pen- and many other States have a similar law. fare, but because he was a negro. We know this is a new departure in Stangrow up with the Blano itself; while the beautiful lakes, sion drawing capacity, aB if only the relict Senator Caudlll obtained leave to bring ought to come South and Macon Telegraph. country. and g'oomv mountain splendid glaciers, of her first huiband. This scheme, ingeni in a bill to establish anew judicial district, ford, but wo believe that all of you who pay Mr. Culbertson, of Texas, introduced gorges, with their rearing mountain torously amended to include also the loss of composed of the counties of Clay, Leslie, small bill of the rents, still more Impart to to them a truly your debts will help us in carrying this out. the second husband by divorce as well as Prrr. Letcher. Pike, Floyd, Knott and la the House the largest Secre- Alpine character." death, is now before Congress in the shape Martin. He says the number of cases now season. It is as follows; "That the In telling for cash we will save several thousTreasury be and he Is hereby of a bill. The Louisville OommtrtiaT war on Polk pending on the various dockets In Judge tary of the the authorized to pay out all the money In and dollars a year in hire of book keepers, bad la 5.247. Johnson will do that paper more barm Mb. Nunh, of Crittenden, will present a FInley's district appropriated upon R. W. Smith, chairman treasury sot otherwle object of its spleen. Down Senator James that it will the debts, Ac, and in order to make our new sysbill in the House requiring that pro tern the GovernJoint Caucus of the the matured obligations of this way we don't know what It Is all be paid from the salary of the offi of the Democratic judges ment." Senate, has called a meeting of there Is not an editor In the tem popular, we propose to give our customers C. P. Huntington is working on a about, but cial in whose stead they serve. Provided House and the caucus for Friday evening, January 8, scheme to consolidate his roads cut of the State who knows Col, Johnson but Is ready y there is no reason, such as sickness, the benefit of this saving and more, too. We at 7:30 o'clock. In the hall of the House of Mississippi river, under the management to bet the price of a year's subscription or other interests, that the regular Representatives, for the nomination of a of one company, similar to the Southern that he has not done anything to merit propose to make you a saving of from 10 to 25 judge should not serve, such a law seems for Public Printer and Binder, vile abuse. He la pursuing the propPacific Company west of the Mississippi. such imperative to prevent a wholesale raid up- candidate per cent, on all goods bought from us. We for State Librarian. in treating the matter with silent The same of the new company will be the er course on the treasury. We know of many in and a candidate contempt. The reading public cares nothThe Kentucky House has adopted a stance) of a special jidge receiving pty for Newport News and Mississippi Vallev Rail-roa- d will "cut" prices to such an extent that no one declaring that ''it shall not be in ing for the personal differences of journalCompany. work the regular judge is paid to do, while joint role incorpoof our metropolitan and if the editors who iiuys and beixb on a credit can meet them. entertain any bill for the he is off electioneering or attending to order to At ajparty at Potter tan yard In Clay ists accept some good ad thoug h ration of any company, or in relation to county Tuesday night Dan and George contemporary will some privats business of his own, We wish right here to thank those who have vice from a ''rural rooster," we would sug private matter on the subject Gray, Sam Benge and Dink Stivers engaghis salary runs on as usual. Let the bill any local or of which other tribunals of the govern ed in a fight, In which Dan Gray, Stivers gest that this quarrel be settled outside of given us their very liberal patronage in the piBS by all means. Hopklnsville Bomb ment have jurisdiction, or the object of and Benge were killed, and George Gray its columns. past and ask tho privilege of returning the faThe Boston Globe Is mighty right when which can be obtained under the provision fiullr wonnded. Three years ago Stivers it says that out of about 50,000 fourth-cla- of the general laws of (he State." Wilson, an Quite a Come Down. Pete and his brother waylaid and shot Din vor by selling them goods CHEAPER than postmatterships in the country the The chairmen of the Important Senate Gray near the same place where this trag- old railroad engineer, Is known as a great democrats hold about 7.000. Had the con committees are announced as follows: Apthey have ever bought them before. edy occurred, which Is the cause of the blowhard. ditions been reversed had a republican propriations, Alford; banks and Insurance, "I tell you when a man has been on a trouble. administration succeeded a democratic one Clay, Jr; judiciary, Martin; finance, iiaye; railroad as much as I have been he don't DAN ILLE. BOYLE COUNT T. would not now be a democratic general statues, Burnett; immigration and there know what fear is. I used to be icared of postmaster in office to tell the tale. Nor labor, Sparkr; internal Improvements, liar-rlMr. Mont. Fox succeeds 8am Webb ss a locomotive, but I've got over all that," would that have been the end of it. charitable institutions, Bush; education, clerk at Gilcher's Hotel. he said to a crowd of listeners in front of a pealm lingers would have gone Barry; railroads, R. W. Smith; sinking Shindlebower is out again af- - livery stable. M'. EJ. around months ago in sackcloth and ashes fund, Grund;; health, Walker; agriculture, ter a severe spell of malarial fever. "You wouldn't get in front of a locomo aiking forgiveness for not having been able Frederick. Msj. Rigney is a member of Wm. Rice, for whipping his wife, was tive, would you?" asked Gllhooly. to finite the wicked demo:rats even more the charitable institution committee. taxed $10 and costs in the police court "Would I? Well, I should snicke- r- I'd you, expejitiomly. coiaptot Hhorthatul Speaker Oflutt announced his commit- Wednesday. lay right down in front of a locomotive and Cn ilrjji b KturtJ by id I If you are a at vtry UtUoripeo, by IfVifj.-- . Thta van miv Ka. moot hi, nmc tntwinf lb are as folThomkoii, Sr, struck a tee Wednesday. The chairmen "A week of prayer," in which the two smoke my pipe as calm as a summer morn; Hon. Phil. SltortliHiHl ItiHtltulc at LonlHvllle, Ky., or Xaahvillc, Tcnu. A. Spaldine, judiciary; Wm. Presbyterian churches joined, will expire but. of course, not if there was fire untier lows: I. popular chord when he introduced a resoMulligan, railroad; Saturday. A similar meeting will be be- the boiler I'm no darned fool, even if I While SberthioJ ind T?rwrlilni flilmi our ! iittotinn. our ituJrnti ct rcrrlT. th lution in the House protesting against the Reed, 8tate prison; tnrIf bit tuition In PENMANSHIP, ARITHMETIC n.l you Bradford, gun by the Methodists to day. t grtitlr rrductJ Sifting. can not come to Li, am a recklws daredevil."-Ix- as by the governor of the pardoning McElrath, charitable ivs'.itutione; exerciee , revenue and taxaeducation; Jackson, Jr "Syrfss" Minstrels at the opera house power in the future, where the crime or We Can TVach Yon by JInll hh TLoronRh. The Suez canal Is "abont 100 miles in and Friday night will certainly, from present has been knowingly, willfully and tion; Oflfatt, rule?; Thorne, propositions length. It is chiefly through a andy plain tfnJ for rirfnliri to IVolfrr H A. HALE, Pxlnclpil fchoMhnJ Imtllule. AJdrru bin ttibrt We need a Board of grievance; Dickereon, claim; Neal, ways prospects, be a very successful entertainmaliciously done. ,,, woicuritr n lu law I touvtnirnt point for jour i.ip"Kiiiirp and religion; ment. A large number of reserved seats and partly through shallow lakes, that hid tell, Sbi Pardons and will likely have one if we ev- and inean; Cain, morals be dredged to make a sufficiently deep to Shacklett, have already been sold. er get a change of constitution. The pre- Mann, internal improvement; channel. The canal Is nowhere less than military affair; Gooding, agriculture and Mr. Felix Fisher who ha an orange twenty-sirogative ia too big a thing for one man. feet deep; there are three deep Taylor, manufacture; Neabltt, sinking fund, grove in Florida, distributed among hie The Louisville lima is moved to re- bank; Winn, appellate court; Straus, cir- friends here this week specimens of the cuts, chiefly through rock, the banks riling to the height of .from sixty to 100 feet. mark: While his opponents are spurring cuit court; J. Boyle Stone, county and "Kid glove" variety of orange. Though There are no locks on the canal. Itisown their dauntless phalanx of mercenary liars city court; Myers, general statute; small they are of delicious flivor and get ed by a stock company, but the majority of to renewed aesalts upon truth, honesty and Owens, codes of practice; P. B. Thompson, their name from the fact that they can be its shares belong to the British Governvirtue, Public Printer Woods "saws wood Sr., criminal law; Watson, agricultural peeled by a person wearing kid glove with- ment, which bought them of the late Khe and says nothing." The forces of malice college; Cline, geological survey; Gardner, out the gloves being soiled. dive." and mendacity seem to take the members immigration and labor; Crain, insurance; Robbers entered the postoffice Tuesday Next E ister falls on the latest date on of the Legislature for a set of unmitigated R. A. Jones, corporate institution; Row-ietnight through the back door and blew which it is possible can occur, April 25, another instance of imbeciles. It is but retrenchment and reform; Allen, open the safe, from which thev took $215 the Council of Nice, vaulting amition o'erleaplng itself. health; Richardson, public officers and li- in money and about $145 in stamps; also under the rule of IN Renaker, federal registered packages, one from Eitis & War- which decrees that Euter shall be observed brary; Gorin, printing; following Drags, J. E. Mdrreix, late of the Colambia Wine, Wall Paper, MBRlcal William, enrollment, Mr. Bob ren, Eubanks, conUining $120 in currency on 8unday after the full moon relation; Sjxdator, has purchased with Mr. Nell, the March, Its earliest possible Chemicals, liiquer IstBtrHemeHU. bitt is on education, code of practice and and $130 in checks, the other from J. A. the 21st of stationery, JirnrH, Republican of the same town, and will conPocket date is March 22 It is 152 jeiri since federal relations. OllH, ftoaps. Moore, of Kings Mountain, containing $80.-6Tobacco. Cutlery, tinue it in the same political faith. Mr. Eister Day has been so late. It will not Lamps, Perfumery, Fire ArsBR, Macula currency. Five men who Digged the M. F. Harmon returns to the school room NOIEt OF CURRENT EVENTS. again fall on that date until 1043. Ash 3 A. H. Northbound train and who went as editorial experience after bis short Our Jewelry, .Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is la Charge et Cel. year on the lOih It is thought tnat the damage to the far as Lexington are supposed to be the Wednesday will fill this Tbos. Blchardg, who will Repair Hatches and Clocks iiromiitljr nnd In tho best Telegrsph. of March.-PiladelCapital is a daisy, Pennsylvania lumbermen by the recent robbers. The city trustees have offered a The daily Frankfort style. and if we could get it before it grows old rains will reach $3,000,000. "You know that street little sculptress reward of $2-5- for their arrest and citizens street?' and musty, we would tender our unreserv-thank- s A freight train wai ditched in Stretch- an additional $250. No arrests thus far who had a studio on to the mail eervice. We never Ret er's Neck tunnel on the C. & O. and three and but little prospect of any. said young Prettiboy. "I met ber at Mr. the Frankfort papers till they are two and men killed outright, besides a number The charge against Rev. Geo. W. Hat-ton- , Pinchbeck's last night. She completely sometimes four days old. wounded. the colored presiding elder of the turned my head." "So" said the judge, The opinion at Washington Is that Methodist church, for unlawfullydetaining thoughtfully, "I knew she modeled in The caucus to nominate a U. 8. Senator DEALEn IN- republican leg- there will be no definite action on either a female under 14 years of age, continues clay, but didn'c suppose she worked In from Ohio was held br the question at the present to be an exciting subject of ditcusHion in wood at all. However" PretSilver But young islators of that State laet night at Colum-bue- . the Tariff or Grocer I ch, Nadtlles, Hardware, Horse colored religious circle. Etch side has its tiboy, who is no ass, if he does look nice, John Sherman was no doubt nomi- session of Congress. Nailsj, QneenHware, Ilnnrgy Whip Irou, The youngest daughter of Jefferson ptrtizins, but the friends of the preacher had started to walk around the block and nated as he will be e&iily elected, the BngKV WheclM, titovcH, Cane MHIh, Harness), tte. Davis has sent Senator Beck a testimonial seem to be in the majority. At the sugges think it more's the pity. GratcK, Npol;e, Cider MIIIh, Lnp Covers, admiration of his course as tion of the accuse!, Bishop H. M. Tnrner, expressive of President Cleveland says he often wakes Htouewarc, III I UK, Corn Kncllcr, Collars, In his wratn President Cleveland said, the champion of sliver. of Atlanta, who presides over this diocese, up in the night and can hardly make him"All newepipere are liars." When he gets The Capital reports the amount of telegraphed here and ordered an investiga self believe that he Is really and truly the calm we shall move hie majesty to except worn done for the State by the present Pub-li- e tion which was held at the Methodist Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden nm . President of the United States; and judging this publication, which could no. more tell Cast lamps, and the Celebrated Hayfleld Elevator. Tin Rootduring his first year at some- church Wednesday. Rev. J. F. Thomas, P. by the fact that thousand of republicans Printer ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. or print a lie than the illuarioun "father of thing leea than $11,000. by order of the are still in office and thousands of demoE., of Lexington, presi Jed, TT. It. ncKlnnev, nit country " J. B. Llppincott, herd of the great bishop, and afier hetrinj testimony the crats are officeless, a great many of hlsdeui. Halenmen f JoUn Hri0ht,Jr. i'r ha been over a month since Congress book publishing house of Philadelphia, committee made the following report: ocratic friends doubtless experience tho convened, but Speaker Carlisle had not died Tuesday. He has been sick for some "Danville, Jan. C Oa Investigation of the same difficulty. Chicago Times. announced his committees at last reports, time, principally from heart disease. caee pending in court between presiding Senator Joseph Brown, of Utoru, is the A blind, decrepit old soldier, who has elder Hatton and sister Bills Rice, accused in conwqience nothing has been done but lived for the past twelve years in a Penn and accuer being present, we find on the last of the conspicuous Confederates of that can not be referred. to rush in bill that has received pension part of the church no cause of action State in public life. He is the very opposylvania THEenmeold effort to put a premium on and back site of Toombs in appearance, demeanor piy amounting to 312,151. against slid Hattoo, the sister Belle Rice 'jttrjnij by permitting the defendant to The report of Auditor Hewitt shows being found untruthful. Rev. L. Hamil- and disposition. He looks like a Mormon testify in criui nl prosecutions, ia being that the tax payer of Kentucky contribu-te- d DKALKtS prophet, with his long gray beard and ton. A. Burneldes, H, Duncan, II, Well made in the LeKlature. It ought to fare hair, which is curled under at during the fncl year $513,702 58 to ington, 8. Woods, G. W. Duncan." Drugs, Books, Stationery and the neck. the sace fate as heretofore. pty the cost of criminal prosecutions, ouict' Acs Fancy Articles. In the National House of Representatives Wa rm. A West Virginian blew in a gun to ree boys commitIn Boone county doe killed and manTwo there ore 42 Johns, 27 Jameec, 40 Will- if wag empty. It was not empty, but he accurately compounded. gled CO fine sheep hi J. J. LUIard in one ted an eirly morning robbjrv in the Phylcln' r'rlptloni iams, 21 Charleses, 17 Thomases and 10 Alio They wore mania Georges. The Senate statistic are not at obtained the Information with such force night. Cm toe Legislature read of such of Cincinnati. refuse to give breeders the and intimidated a lone woman, getting hand, but there are a Thomas and Jere- as to render him incapable of putting it to .mi.lHMaw..tB Kr'tm rStfgjTTffka-tJl- i. practical use. miah in the basement. relief? of money. proper away with a email amount s At the works of the Waterbury Watch Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Heretofore ships have been permitted to at BrookThe great Dunlah The Lexington Irant'ript pays Dr. John l; only in Company, in 18S1, the reetilt of 292 dnys' handsome compliment and lyn, N. Y , were deitroyed by fire Monday pass through the Suez Canal Jewelry and Silverware D. JWooda a but now war ships and et"mera pro says that the Legislature could no do better morning, entailing a losi of $250,000, the vide-- with electric light of sufficient pow- - work was 303,000 watche, a friction over llTti bovabt to lbl market Ytti. Owtr tban three-fourti watches eye ry work- .t Wm Public Printer. So ay innrance bainir $'200,000. A dng overturnpr to iii'imtnsie me -- w Wtose, Oior ki n,l Jewelry He- i tnn yarns one and titan tse jMlrul OB tbvit BOtlC" anil warranted lutf minute. ed a lamp and caused the coiiihjjraUon, ahead may go at uigbt. 4 aitl Mr MEtiEPrni'd whipping pot bill r pro- - Tb The FutilioH ij' fi 0 e pleuro-pneumonl- a 1 0 Af tor January FOR i 0 0) 0 CASH EXCLUSIVELY. m ) all-wo- ol LOW FltlCEJS n 14,-00- Q cj H (fi ID A pecu-nirar- H 0 Ken-tuckl- an. ss H r; BRIGHT METCALF. Well Paid Employment! O " -- x M'ROBERTS, DEALBIW & STAGG, t, Opera House Block, Faint, Stanford, Ky., 0, phia 0 Fifty-sevent- W. H. HIGGINS Shoe, i JL over.-Burde- poor-houf- Vmtj&WMMm PHARMACISTS, -- well-oile- d g ($jgg MwjSg?) w T?i iVS5aV'l -- out-skirl- s r.Pnd r-- elsu' JEWELERS. day-iiifh- J we all.' .is cui te.t. IJftfiWW ' . ft f Tom Metcalfj-ol- d of OJlyer plows at W. H. Bank Stock Twenty shares in First for to Jin Wood Workman Wanted! Higgins. National of Stanford, lur sale. Apply at a lother party, a horse for $125. RKPUKSICtTM- O-- Cheshire (Mas.) thin office. ate disposing For good goods at Mr prlcos, go to T. Hood location far a wood woikmao at Turorrs-(rt-lll- f, & L! ruoio county, Ky The latest Washington chzj with the of their eurp'u nip'ei at $10 a ton, to be January 8, 1880 II. Wnllon. Stanford, Ky., Good bon'p, ihon and gardtn Apply to Manufacturers f the CekliatcJ sex is the curving oMule canei. This shipped to a mince meat Uc orv in Mexico. f BANK Htock.-C- oI. lVAt,TRIl FIELDS. J. W. Weatberford fair Geo. Brkr boogh' of John Duvall is better than beint crrletl bv a dude. EAGLE B. O. WALTON. - BuBlnoBO Manager. bought 20 shares of stock In the Huston-vill- e ' 20 fat and nice cattle at c. Becker aold National Bank irccr.tly nl $118. SALE. Mu. Frank Aliuon, a capable cjntrac. to John GofT, of Clark county, CO head cf S2Kprth Third atrest. - . pllLIELPHt a tsney Flaunel ft Mm. CW0. LAN. LOCAL 77 und.-we-- ,. m Broriwoj. inJ I Hundred and Twonty-Fiv- o A dki line of Saddlery ami Harness, tor and builder, presents his card in this 1,200 pound feediLKCitt'e at 5c. He sold Barrels. 1 65 r. x. Issue end we commend him to thou need 20 to another party at same pries. Mull train going Horth ............ Paris Bouth ..IllSr.M, bought for the cash nt Bed Rock prices ing anvllilng-l- n his line. Made by W. M. Ball, one, two and; tbrce ycara j Kenluckian. Eipmatraln" boulh.... is. At at. and will be fold on the smallest possible old. Apply at once to V3 A. M. " XlOTA MMM...M..... John W. Thomn A Son bought of E. t " margin. Bright & Metcalf. jr. A. IVTLE, AdnTr. Those of our carreapondents who do Of- G. Bedford, of Bmrhon, 18,000 pounds of Tbs jot Ii calculated on standard time, BoUr not propose to writs promptly this year Giles Shine has written to the manager minutes faster leasts about Me--jfin- e I will pleaie let us know, so we may have new tobacco at 7 cents all arouod, and $10 Cattle. of the Opera Home for a date for a well premium on the crop. II F.Cloud bought some idea what to depend on NOTICES. OMt known comic opvra troupe which will pre Two pedigreed Jeraey Cowi; two J, Jmey Cown in Richmond, 33 yearling mules at an ay lonr Jeraey Ctws. Will Boy your school booki from Penny A sent the new sensation, Mikado. i,nAdrn ,D!,lrV?.r off m" n- - Bruc .Manual Hughes, of Somerset, paired erage of $72 Winchester Democrat. dwutd. two 3my Cowr, of February Iwllloff.ratpublleula.in Uncaatcr, Kr., n calTslromtlie 15th to tbe 30th ol McAllster. through to Lancaster yesterday, having in on Paris Court. About 300 cattle Caju'ETS. We are oponing this week a WATcnra and Jewelry repaired on short trO.YJMI'. JAJVVAtti USth, 1HHO, March, J8S6. All are extra good milkers andg.lT 1 Ins milk. With calf by Thorndale Boy, who is notice wad warranted by Penny A MoAlu- - very elegant line of carpet, including all charge a man named Barber, charge sale which sold bigb, ranging from 3 to 4 (County Court day ) gradrs from a hemp to a body brusel; also with selling whisky at Science Hill without cintsas to quality; calves from $15 to $18, Iionda, property oraaldtbe following Stocks anl rrglitrrtd In tbe A. M. J. C. C Book. decedent! M'tf Boy the flaaa Ho llemedy, the or!-J. G. CAItPEXTBK. with one fancy lot at $22; ona lot of two-ye- ar a nice assortment of oil cloth. 0sley & government license. . and onW genuine, from Penny AMoAI 110 8haresof8tockin the National old mules at $100 per head; broVe Craig. In remitting his subtcriptlon, which ha I Bank of ....I Acompuete stock of Jewelry, latent See our advertisement. We mean just does to prevent trouble in the family, Cash mules, single, from $100 to $150; in poirs 10 Shares Lancaster. of Stock in the Pint' Nafrom $225 to $300; cattle considered high. style. Bockford watcbe a specialty. Pen-oyT. X. DANIBLH, what we say, our terms are strictly cash, ler M. C. Miller writes that the City Na Late of Bererly, W. Vs. hu remoted to ill. Vertional Bonk of Meridian, Hiss McAllster. For the year 1885 the Cincinnati tn. non and offers hla serTlces to the public. A larw tional Bank of Austin, Texas, earned a net but will sell you goods 10 per cent, cheaper 103 Shares of Stock in Danville, dJ aieorted line of Drun alwayi on hand. N bscco market, ltb nearlv twenty thousand PERSONAL. for than your ever bought them before. A amount of $14.068 10 on Its capital of $100,-00DIx River & Lancaster Turnpike chargeOfficewriting prescrlptloia when oiled by In court-boume. yard. OlremeapaK in 11 months. Pretty good to be sure more hogsheads than in 1881, figured up a Bright A Met' of your patronage. Road. haa gone to LouUtllle. trial will convince you Mat Woowoh decrease of monav value of more than $3- ,T. I.. DAKiELH, M. D. calf. The Rockcastle voters should turn out 000.000. The low price is largely due to l snare or Stock In Central Ken- - Miss Camiie 8onnEii ia the guest of IUi.ru Bonicrr, tne man whose skull next Monday and hear Meaira. J. W. Al- the large crop of 1884 The 1885 crop ia tucky Fair Association. Mn. W. 0. lUner. 1 Bond of the Garrard County FeCArr. J. W. Rose, of the Oreembnrg was crushed on Christmas eve by a rock corn, J. 8 Van Winkle, R C. Warren and estimated at twenty thousand hogsheads male College. thrown by Wot Hinsford, colored, died O II. Waddle talk about what good offi short of the crop of 1884 here yesterday. MT. VEBNOW, KY. Branch, was - Cattle breeders are warned against the 1 Share of Stook in the Stanford and Mr. Tom Mmcalk his gone to Cin abobt 11 o'clock Wednesday nlgbt from Its cers they will make if elected. Each will Thlt oM and Hotel li till mainfleets. He lures a wife and several chilLancaster Turnpike Road. speak st Mt. Vernon on that day, whicb vltits of a sharper who gives the name of R. cltuutl to Increase his stock. 8a!a will bfgln it 11 a ii. In front of ths Ka- - taining its fine reputation. Chargea reasonable. Is the first of Circuit Court. Ewoliman dren. -Mn ahdMiw OeoroeR S. Chapln, Enterprise, Kansas, and repie uuaii saaK ui Lancaster. Terms, cah. For 8 pedal attention to the m public. ii at DiDTllle, as. i. X'Firmwi were la Loulsslllo this week. The heaviest snow of the season ell The Lancaster stage, John Pepplee, sents that he is the owner of a large landed iunuri luiurmauoD, aaarM tne BRVCE, AAmt d J.Ij. Mt. Vernon, Ky. B Mb. F. A IJoKis is now a drummer for Tuesday morning, but it was very light driver, was toi heavily oladed on top yes- property. He has swindled some Jersey Brlnkley & Orubb, Loulstllie. considering the advance of thb winter terday and when an attempt was made to breeders by purchasing cattle, tendering a Miss Jzrr Davm Hosseli. went to The muicury yesterday and the day before turn around it toppled over in front of draft for more than they come to and re fell below the 20. Piqua, Oblo, yesterday to ?lelt reletlfes. Nunnelley's stable, spilling out the passen ceiving the change. The draft is worthless, MR.H L.PEAK, of Georgetown, haa gers and scattering the contents of the of cour-e- , and the difference paid to the A urate vine, which measures 33 inchea taken a clerkship with 8. L. Powers A Co. trunks and six boxes of oranges right and rascal is his gain and your loss. His opIn circumference and which grew on the Mr. J. B. Jone, the other clerk, has gone left. Riv. Mr. Snlvely was slightly hurt erations in Ohio recently were q f sue farm of Mr. J. E. Baer in this county, is on yislt. to his home In Ml. flterllrs sa a about the wrist and leg, but no one else was oeesfal, and he may come this way, so be Court-housexhibition the He has The many friends of ex Collector of fashioned itat a very Injured. Farmer Home Journal. on your guard. with little work into a A. M. 8wope will regret Internal Rerenue MARRIAGES. rustic neat and it is quite a curiosity. BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. to learn that that gentleman now contem In the Weet to Mr. W. D. Newland and Miss Lula E. "Oyster Bill" ALronu, who u Crad-doc- k plates locating somewhere Born last week to J. L Brooks and edyo-tatpractice law. An able and brilliant would aay is an wanted Watson were marred at Mr. R. G. Collier's wife, a daughter. he will make hi presence felt wher- at Louisville for murder committed several last night. Our Sabbath school was reorganized The Bourbon County Clerk only is. last 8unday, but ss it was already in a ever he mat go, but he will be ladly misted years ago, haa been captured In Michigan. ls in this community, wheie bis true He is a bad egg and has had one or more sued 110 marriage licenses in 188?, but 47 flourishing condition, very few changes The peo- were made. well known and here for many years terms of experience In the State Prison. of which were for white couples. ar Ill ple of that wealthy county are not as much biso highly appreciated, eten by those The entertainment given by Ihe SundayA srsciAL term of the Circuit Court has who hate differed with him In the political giren to marrying as in tbe poorer county -school on las'. Friday eve was a combeen In sejlon since Tuesday and a num. of Lincoln, where 142 couplea procured II plete success, reflecting credit on their Issues of the day- .- Lexington Cor. Courier ber of decrees bare been issued in the Nt censee, 109 of which were white. faithful teachers and kind superintendent. L. P. BAKKt and hb HtUe family tlemenl of estates. Judge Varnon ia act Mies Barab Altbea Hill, the plaintiff The parties given by J A. Hardin, P. lri Wednesday for 8prlB6eia, Mo., where ing as special judge and he and Judge in the celebrated Sharon divorce, was mar J. Conn, W. G. Adams and Miss A. Carson Is one ol those Owsley are both drawing pay for the same he expects to locate. He ried yesterday at Stockton, Cat., to Dayld were each a success, and many thanks arc whole souled Erg Ish gentlemen whomakee work. 8, Terry, ex Cnlef Justice of the Supreme due our kind nosts for tbe delightful man host of friends, and those he hs added The compositor who set It up "Brevity ia Court ol California, her leading counsel in ner in which they entertained their euests. For the 'sole' of to his list here regret his departure. wli" in our Isst Issue had hia her proceedings for divorce- - Terry ia also Married. -- On the 5th Inst., at the resithe last six months the Majsr haa acted m soul Immediately sent to perdition, along renowned as tbe slayer of Senator Brod dence of the bride's brother, J. T. Frltb, city engineer and for his services presented with the one who imposed the forms aid erick in the famous duel between them Mrs. Ellen Albright to Dr. B. O'Bannon. a bill of $330, which he aays the council got a column upitde down. The latter exThe happy couple left Immediately for RELIGIOUS. to pay him the cused bimelf in some degree by claiming cut one half and then failed Louisville, where they will spend several money for the want of funds. He there- that he wished to see how many people Rev. F 6. Pollltt will preach at Cner-r- y days, and then return to their home at fore lefi In no gool frame of mind towards could stand on their heads and read. Grove church, Rowland, at 3 r. M. Sun- Kints Mountain. If day next. the worthy gentlemen who rule us as Col. L. D. Bldwin, Deputy Collector The closing exercises of the Hi ley Grad Rev. Green Clay Smith's meeting t .lib. an Iron rod. in this district, seited nesr Nicholasville, at ed School will be held at the colored Bap Barbonryille resulted in 30 addition to the the house of Mrs. Frank Miller, three barTocaTmatters, llit church of this place, on Thursday Baptist church. rels of apple brand, one pair of mules, night, the 14. h. Prof. W. H Riley is the TrtE Signal Bertice predicts enjlher cold Ed.J.G. Givlngston will preach at harness and wagon, the property of J. P. principal and Miss Mattie Butler, the asGum Sulphur next Sunday at 11 o'clock Miller. It is charged that the brandy was are for to night. sistant in this school and the pupils numA. M and also at night, stead for sale of cottaje not tax paid A COUri.E ber 125. The programme is a comprehenEld. Stephen Collier will preach at Miss Mattie Crow, who has been here cheap. Apply at this office. sive one and includes an addreu by J. W. Cherry Grove church a Rowland Saturday for several week for the purpose of having bat-li- e Alcoro, E (. An admission fee of 10 cents night and Sunday Stvcvrv-OHTf r KO to day the at 11 A M. her eyes treated by Dr. I. S. Bnrdett, has will be charged to help pay expenses. of New Orleans wai fought. The Week of Prayer ia bring observed returned to hsr home near Stanford. Mr. The many stockholders of the Saxon by the various churches In rotation, with R. L Edmnndson, who has been a teacher Tiir. wife of J. K Fisher presented him Tuesday nlghl. National Bank, of St. Joseph, Mo., in this good attendance and happy results. in Brodbead Academy for ihe pist four with a 0 pound boy ere months, left last Sunday for his home in The pews of Plymouth church locality, have received checks for the b per on the sold Tursday evening, the snle aggregating Rineyville Iiie northbound panier traio R. S. Martin i in Louisville cow cent, dividend declared by that institution L & N Monday, killed a $75 Alderney for the last six months. It bni a capital of $27,49S. a fulling off of $573 from lust this week nn business, C A. Bridge1, of f n Mr. J. E Lynn. Lebanon, is vieitiig at the Woodyard $200,000 and its earnings amounted to year. J. J. Porter, the newly developed Ken- house. I have opened opposite the postcflice a 30,P72 20 from July 1 to January 1, which tucky mountain evangelist, proposes to work wasdisposfilof as follows, boot and shoe shop nd will do new ai seen by statethe bjsl manner. Peter ment sent us by Cashier R. W. Hocker: tackle the sinners in Cincinnati, whither 5KTV ADTEBTISEIERTK. and mending in he will go soon. Hsmton. Dividend, $10,000; surplus fund, $5,000; All delegates to tbe General ConferI HAVE no baker now, but will furnish undivided profit, $3,350 4G; expenses (six ence of the Methodist church, which meets my customers with freh bread aod rolls months) $9.85S 21; taxes, S1.01S69; prttit at Richmond, Va , In May, are requested J. T. Harris, opposite and loss, $1,715. from Loul-tlllto at once send their namta and poetcfBces " Between theMthand thelait ol this month, I Col. W. O. Welch's. The New Yeai's Hop, given Monday to Rev. J. J. Lafierty, Box 252, Richmond, will open shaniiome Hue of lailea' and tabue' qualthe very The Gold and BiWer B.-- J will present night at the Opera House by the Social Va. One good sister of the Baptist church cambrie and linen underwear,Pleaao do beat forget not ity, direct Iroru New Y rk. 6ne programme at the Rink Four, composed of Messrs. R. S. Maran, w.i i iit ilunMiiihiidHinalDi of Millinery an unusually attended services there 51 Sundays during April lat. In tbe next iaaus I aball (tate where f - iIah'i If SMI -- " Uome ana listen, u J. T. O'Hern, M. F. Hulet and M. J. .w tbe year just ended, going through extreme- my room will be. JIJKS M.AZ vuvm.vna.n. Steele, was a decidedly pleasant aflair and skate. . . cold as well as intensely hot weather, ly every particular; The room Oun puslomers will confer a great favor a success in which fact is mentioned with tbe sugges Is had been specially prepared, and illumina9 by settling their acciunt with us. It her example Is worthy of emulahuge engine headlights and tlon that (ler Jan. 1 and we have to settle our ac ted with two tion. us. with hundreds of many colored lanterns, The brethren who put up $4,800 to counts and we ask yon to settle with tastefully hung, it presented a pleasing and defray Eld. MtGarvey's expenses to Europe A Smiley. Tabler . CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, a novel appearance. The euests began to ar- and the Holy Lind, on condition that he Col Dan Suiuouter has patented Slaughter rive at 6 o'clock and by 9, when the first would write a book, the proceeds of which pill, which he his named the STANFORD, KY. to dance was called, the house was filled with were to go towards reimbursing the subDripping Springs Liver Pill, warranted organ Is belr an animated throng of railroad gentlemen scribers, have all received their money Offers bla ir-!c- e to the people of 8 anford and cure any disease which that and their wives and daughters and most of back and a dividend of 150 per cent. The Tlclnltr. Lone sxperlexce and careful attention many parts. material or Id. The Col Is a man of the young ladies and gentlemen of town Paris Kentutkiun sayc The gentlemen in- guarantee aaluiaclion. Building rates. at low t of Ihe fid Is a few who dance, besides a large number of spec- terested in this pleasant commercial trans- cry description furnished The announcement but the children of the Baptist tators. Bjughman's bind discoursed good action, now propose to subscribe to a slm days late, Sunday school presented Mr. Rrtt. E Bar music and tbe merry twinkle of feet was liar fund and allow Mr. MtGarvey to still sh a kep up tillS A m., when the tired dancers row with a fine pair of gold spectacles further pureue his investigations in this Crop, Stock, Farm UtonBils, Houseof their pure love for him, returned to their homes. The best of or- sacred land. Might token . hold and Kitchen Furraituro. der was preserved, whicb was a foregone MERCHANT TAILOR. the model superintendent and man. We will offer for sale to the hlgheat bidder, on the LAND. STOCK AND CROP conclu'ion, as no drinking man was admit premises, on the counties of Arri.K Bkandv.-- Iu " ted and none except those who would be -- Big lot of Salt at T. R. Walton's. I ha-- e ncei-e- J and still recelTlng Tuesdays January 12. 1SSG, Lincoln, Boyle, Mercer, Jessamlne.Garrard, have themrelrei. Tbe club was determinA. T. Nuncelley started to Atlanta the following.' Ono good brood mare, now In loal portions of Pnlaa-k- l extra Madison and Ettill and ed that there should be no disorder ind as Tuesday with a car load of mules and by Wray'onuannoraejl Filly. saddlo M.re, I old aged Mule, 1 i Norman; 1 Jackson, Lee and Powell, Capt. G H. Mr liulet expiesrei it, "We are old Mulei, 1 Mule Colt, Four Milk horses for which he paid from $70 to 150 pair (iof of UMIer, the graded Jereji),l Owe McKlnney gauged over 12,600 gallons Coniprltlng tbe teat In the market, which will be rai-- e the biggest row in per bead. 2 yearling helfera, i brood &owa and l'iga, lorty August to have order or apple brandy from the 20th day of enforcing it ever teen iu this country." The J. M. Hail bought of J. N. Reynolds crib,S,fC0 Bundles of Oats. 200 of Fodder, Gotton Up in Stylo and Make Socond to Nono in City or Country. required -to the lUst of December which managers were untiring in their effort to his houee and lot in the East end of town 1 Straw Hick, 1 Uood Family Kockaway, 3 horso Waiwn, 1 Combine Champion Keaperand Mower, travel ovet 2.100 miles. him to Giro Me a Trlul. make everybody hare a good time and for $1,-0- 0 cash. Lot contains an acre and ami varloua kluda of Farming Implement i. Kent, at the Mine tima atd FOB ItENT.-W- ill indebted to either of ub by they were fully rewarded foi their zeal, by three quarters. ALi. parties plate, to the blahe-- t and bettbldJer, 1.5 acres of once. tbe hearty thanks of all who attended. cloee.1 371 tbe farm with thu ltuproTeucuta. for the jrar Daring the year note or account must settle at Nt It IsallgoodlinJ aud produces well. It . Ths handsome wive of .Mesrs. Maran and thoroughbred yeirlings were sold In Fay- 16SC.1 mile from Morelanl station, Lincoln County. 1 lies will be away imm iicjc with all accounts not O'Hern by their vivacity and sgrfeablenesi ette county at public auction, for $200,202, Ky. The Improrementa area comhrtable, orchard, until January 20th and all necoaaary outbuildings and fine young be sued on. added greatly to the enjoyment of the an average of 60S 10. the Just brgfunlng to bear. Twenty. five acrea of balf paid before January 20th will laim la la giaw, eight acres in wheat and the commis-- !. evening. Both are graceful dancers an J -J- ohn H. Bell sold to R. F. Alford 8 ance to bo cultl-ate- d In corn or oat. After the not afford to pay a big We can for 1SE6 the . Mrs. Mran yearling mules at $75 per head. Mr. Bell year fora termjam of 200 aim will likely be nn to attend to our business. pleasant conversation.!!. of yeara. rent the store of wore a becoming a rem ol --Sunt) veiling, bought of Lewis Nuckols two mule colts at Tksms.' Sums o Hi) and under caah In banu; Our booka will b. found at orer that amount, note with apiroved aecuilty, W. elaborately trimmed in Spanish lace; or- $50 Times. -- ANDA Lytle. H.S.Lytle and J. Hayden and payable In bank. In 4 or months, with 6 rer naments, diamonds, cameos and natural Good cattle are in active demand in cent. I.I....1 fr- o- day of sale. Hayden. .v. 11, UAlVHiXP, concen- flowers. Mrs. O'Hern was attired In an Louisville at I to 5; other grades are dull ! MilltdeTllIe, Ky. A coimcu man near town success elegant wine colored silk and embosed and ran &4 low as 1J cents, Hogs are to cure his corns and was trated lyo but tbe toe velvet, with ornaments of diamonds and steady at 3 for shoate to 4.05 for best packlfd tlL Wall Tuner, Mould Intra, Pictures and IMeluro Frames. A Large Stock and a n t .. , I Hal elm M fal In ridding himolf of one, t ... ml hit (Ivtl bad lo amputate natural tbwers. There were a number ol ing; sheep bring 1 to 3 cents. Fine Assortment alirajs ou hand.?. went with it, as a doctor l ufmerul uuWlc bTbTti V k I ATS vl The stock traders are Hiding much ' of our reid-er- a other hanltoui csetumes, hut we failed to K.'HY BROS;, the member. For the benefit cti.aStiivwrt 4V Pirti. Iff acid, undi- obtain a list of tleai, before eouio of the fault with the order which requires them to rn ihe li.oi cl we will s'ate that carbolic Ufdrulr 'jxtt itc bni now n&.i e i OVGIl FIVE TIIOUSANDrlecea of Wall Paper to be oieneJ Jataary lit, emkraclrg orer Fifty are danfierous wearers had begun to depirt. We con- show the.r stcck on the street by the Chrisr, uiiw f the Itftdinj 11.4I t::i Ci:l:l Zt. luted, and concentnted lye Satlnr, Men's ailt,Ao,,-Ul- nt gratulate the Social Four on their success tian church and say if it continues to be different dsalgnssnd patterns from the ebeajwt to the finest Vet-elcine. i line cibjtin. who a. i.. MiiTn. ba-- e betaght thej ta tell atJjw Hl,att 'look. furSpplictions for tho feet, at least these we4 s nd rwly fsr ths wsll e rmt on ths wal. I H.H-ri-i, ra rot do and extend to them our thinkj for many enforced it will break thin market up enthey "M &.M' )' lrUiU. ther fer lower rilcea. have tried them both roy ItwcSlUU. courte'ieti. tirely. co again. Mf New qtock nal 0tni, J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR., 3 Tacob Millar """ Son, SHIRT, -- WHISKY FOR PUBLIC NAIiE. I M-t- ' Bonds and Stocks. For al A nrt. Notice ts 0 83-- m - NEWCOMB HOTEL n -tra-ell- ng 87-t- m r,. LOVER PRICES e, m-ri- As times are hard and money scarce, I have determined to sell goods this year ON A SMALLER JlrMJ MARGIN bl Than heretofore to Cash customers and those who pay their accounts promptly. Those who do not pay thus I do not intend to sell to at all. Working on this plan, I will be enabled to sell E Than any one else, quality of -- THE LATEST! e. goods considered. If you have any doubt of the above, give me a trial and be convinced of its 1 1 truth. 78-I- m Frank Allison, 1. Cor. Main & Somerset Streets, Stanfoed, Ky. C. FORSALE. H. RUPLEY, two-ye- NEW GOODS FOR FALL &WINTER H. 1 jjt .. B. K. WEARER each.-Georget- uJ Dealer in Furniture 1 . ' ' il fll-.i- t W f.lDC'inn-il.rtMR- t - Mfl Utl Scmf-8HeeHu3nter- ior Irarnal ANNICE'S DREAM. IMrs. Harriett PrescottSpoltord. I. . You would bars known from looking at her that all this luxury was inexpressibly attractive to her, that th presenoa of women, all of whose beauty wai heightened by every art of the picturesque; of men either of splendid bodies, spleniid souls, or splendid achievements; that feasts where fruits and flower and wines, which were the visible aroma of fruits and flowers, the grosser side of banqueting dances, where the dances seemed only whirling flower.", that, in short, all the dally life of the Downs was something which, If she bad pictured the heights of possibility, would yet have exceeded the picture. .She was an objsct, of beauty herself piquant beauty, dark but clear with no color except under, exciteteent, with great gray eyes that sometimes' seemed blue, with outlines fins as a gem', a carmine curve of a rooutb, over pearls of teeth, and hair as black and as long as a Carthaginian's. "She is like a picture by the old masters!" said Mr. Ammon. "The oil masters never made anything halt so beautiful said Julia.. '"What a shame to have her wasted here marry somejclown andjive a life of, hard "wbrk.'ltallbrini or dressmaking' or some thing!" k "Mamma, suppose we take bar to the Downs We might make her fortuna. Beside her Maria Durescliu is simply con-coal- f com-riiou- !'' ti, and had every prospoCC tit dying early and leaving his wife the wealthiest widow in socioty. But Julia, plain as she was was acuto enough to see Uiat Ur.motherhoped,iar the impos-ible- , and b'ef Only chagrin1 in the affair was the fear of Maria Durescllu's superior success. It had flashed on her, a she said, like an inspiration, whoa taking a fancy to Annlce, that it this pretty creature were leading the life she herself lived, tho whole world, and Djn'lerbog with it, would go down before her. Mrs. Ammon looked in her daughter's eyes one Ion; moment. "Mamma," mid Julia, "I am like the floor; you will always hare mo with you. But that doesn't hjnder our settling thisdlttle, being ltija jpslicft-a- ' villalat thoJ)own,1 say; chancing bar from a creeping grub to ' ' a wlngeU'butta'rfly."" Mrs Ammon sighed. fcVory well," she said; "I will coufeu I shall llnd my own pleasure in it. Maria Durosclin indeed.!" And whsn tbey left the riverside firm, little. Amice- - went with them into their world of unreal light an! splendor. "Don'l bothor about dresoi," Julia had Bald, "mamtna'will ienl to Pierrot and havo i everything ready for you." "As if I couldn't make my own cried AuuIcj, An 1 sbo. showed Julia her dark" lltfiriel .vifchtlug suit,1 fitting like tailor-tnail- o Rodfern, her white cambrics of various degrees, und her one black silk of , coniplet) bimplicity. "You look as it you had been melted and poured into itP cried Julia. mamma must give you somjjparty dresvjs " ' "No, indeed, I couldn't lot her. I always dil want a Mail; lac dress though, with a bunch of ileep blue .avkspurs at ths breast. But I might as well wish for a sUr." "I'll tell you what you muin't beolTenled you're so frightfully independent, but you've such a kuack you coull lit mamma and me some dresses. Nobody would know. and it would to real oconomy, and the price wo'pay would get you a black tulle and a gooi-uaturedre-sesP ccident whfch bad' broken her ankle, and had become -- ottaohs J to Annlce, ths young daughter of the house, looked at her a rrn daughter seriously. It had teen the hopj of her heart that this daughter should become the wife of young Dunderbeg, the doiire of all tho mothers of xthi" Down. It it true that bis intellect was that without which it is Impossible to get along at all, and that in hlnftbb'Ctl'Tamlly soemed so oil as to have dwindled nearly into nonentity; but ho was a millionaire, a spendthrift of the spend-thri- f the little xiversUe farm by the carriage Mrs. Ammon, who had been detained at O- curtains showod a remnant of late orange and tho evening star fading away in It ere sinking in tho sea, and allowed the soft sea airs to stir about them. Ho ha 1 nothing at all to say to hor. And what did Annlco carp for thatl 8he took her soap, and she looked out of the window at the purple line of the sea darken Ing and darkening, and she talked to her neighbor on the other band, who had already ranged himself as ono of hor admirers. But after the wine had warmed Mr Dunderbeg a little, the dlnnor having reached the game, ho beard a sound which bad in it something like the soft, low thrill of silver dishes after they have boon struck tog then It was Autiloo' voice' rippling 'on in answer to" Mr. Imboden; It was Annlce' laugh, like a chime of fairy belts the gayost sound In the world, and yet making him fool at the low, sad cry of the whlppoorwill, beard late at night over woods and watsr, did. He made brusque movement of the hand among his glasses, and she glanced in his direction. "I thought I brought you out to dinner," be said, suddenly. "Did your she answered. "What an odd notlonl I shouldn't bava thought we had been Introduced. He turned .and stared at hor. What girl at the Downs had ovor darod to address Prince Dunderbog and his millions In this manner! What sort of a girl was thlst Whoro did stu come fromt "What do you meanP be demanded, "Don't trouble yourself to Inquire." sho sold. "It can't be ot the loait consequence to you." And she was .returning to Mr. Imboden. But Mr. Imboden was engrossed with a new dish. "Do you mean to Imply," oxcUlmed Dunderbeg In a low tone, "that I hnvo been " "I am not troubling myself to Imply anything. Tha. wouldn't bo ot the lout consequence to me," said she. Here Mr. Prince Dunderbeg turned and stared at her again. Annlce was putting out her little brown band to her coffee. "That's an "awfully pretty baud," said lie. "ftow," the s.d, Tfou have answered your ungenuemamy- question yoursau. Certainly, you'ie the most unklnl young dows and their undrawn woman she looked at blm, and mounted her dark cheek, blew out their tunes, and the beautiful women danced, shining In all thslr jowels, Mrs. Dunderbeg a corruscatlon ot diamonds from throat to foot Prlnco Dunderbog's wife would be as lustrous a creature as that! By and by dancing and muslo ceased, Tbey sat abort) the deck folded hi run that were offered them. Over them the star shook In the purple midnight; behind them the waters broke up In a trail ot light; soft winds vlstted them, as It fult ot the fragrance ot the Isles ot the seas. A waning moon hung weirdly over the east whon tbey came to anchor and rowod ashore again. III. Annlco had grown very silout before tbey came about for home; she had ceased to answer to Mr. Imbodtn's pleasant chaffing ot the country girl; she was a little dated; it co me 1 as if she were under an enohant-men- t Prince Dunderbeg cams and sat beside hnr, phantom-lik- e as all the rest; she forget to speak with him; the silence said more than speech. A they went up ths cliff quite alone, the rst having gono on, he turning and offering his hand tor the last step, a gust ot win 1 lifted the drooping branch there, caught ker comb and loosened tho Immense length of her hair about about bor like a dark cloud, and the light ot the moon foil full upon hsr. He stayed a moment keeping her there. How beautiful she was, so dark, so pale, so sparkling how sprite-liktool "You look like a witch 1" he murmured. "I understand it now. It has puzzled me so long. You have bewitchod mep And In another moment be had caught bor In his arm, and she bad burst Into tears. Poor Prince Dunderbeg! "Don't cry! don't cryP ha was whispering. "Ohl you will break my heart with I you, love thoe tears. I love you sot I shall nevor be happy till you are my wlfo, my little wifop And when Annlco uostlei iu her corner ot the coach a jewel that had sparkled on his hand was sparkling upon hers. It was half again too large for her; she lost it twice bo fore they reached the Ammon montlon, and Julia had to help her flud it. And then Julia drew her under the ball lamps and danced around her. "Fay Vivian couldn't havo done It auy betterp she cried. "Hor Maria Durosclin will nbomlnato us all! It Is not only the match of the season, but of me wuoie generation! aimi now you wm odeum? juur spieuuori lour weauing reception draii shall be of silver brocade, with a front breadth ot net, and a diamond strung iu every net! What palaces, what Journeysrwhat balls an uncrowned queen, but nil tho snmo a quoonP Anulce was too tirod to think; she fell asloep directly, and slept till noon ot the next day. Anl then Prince Dunderbeg came, and what bad aAAtnffct n flntflfn tiaiA,A frlrrUtt itllt. vs.. I .w..m.v .......utaj .VMM "I think you must take your ring backp she cried. "You see it is a world too largo for me, and that tells the whole story. I am a littlo country girl, not large enough for the situation. 1 don't know what I was doing last night, It was all so delirious!' "You are large ouough to fill my heart," said he, "and I will only take the ring back to have It lilted to your precious hand ray band!" And he covered tho hand with e, .-, Be Warned In time. Kidney diseases may be prevented Stockholders' Meeting. POM OOUQH8 ANQ Oftw JT by purifying, renewing, aad Invigorating the blood with Avert Sarsaparllla. When, through debility, tho action of the kidneys It perverted, these organs rob tho blood of Its needed constituent, albumen, which Is passed off In tho urine, while worn out matter, which.they ihoukl carry off from the blood, is allowed to remain. Dy the uio ot Aycr's Samparilla, the kidneys arc restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or A raeotlnu of the stockholder! of the INstlonsl lUnlc of HustoiiTllle will be held t their banking home In Uiutonrtlleon the 'id Tussiir In Jsnu-srj- r, lor the purport of election nine Direct:: ors to wrro the eaiulon ? M-t- d W. W. HOCKKB, Cufcltr. T'1.3rXji03rH.' ts, Xr. gSfe, IsWll Stockholders'lMeelmg. la A niMtlngef the stoekhoUen ofthe First lUnk will b held t their (linking house (Stanford on the id Tuwdsr In Jsnuiry, 188. for the purpowof electing eloren Directors toierre IM? IssssssssssssssssKiffi Sl'tf S.IlJOUN J? McROBKRTS, Csshler. '"' Stockholders? Meeting. A meeting of thTsloekholden of the Palmers Nitlonil Dink will be held st tbdrbtaktog bouse In Stanford on the 2d TuwJur In Jsnusrr, ISSO, Bright' s Disease Aycr's Sarsaparlll also prevents Inflammation of tho kidneys, and other disorders ot these organs. Mrs. Jas. TV. Weld, Forest mil St., Jamaica Data, Mass., writes; "I havo bad a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble has beeu with my kidneys. Four bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparllla made me feel like a new person; as well and strong as over." W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer St., Boston, ?Ias., bad ban troubled for years with Kidney Complaint. By tho use ot Aycr's Sarsaparllla, be not only Is prevented. the ensuing yesr. for the purpose of electing J. ninepirfftors to serve . OWdLEV, POSTED. against are poiUlTelr bunting for gime or anything eUe.or by passing through oar farms, without In any .peclal permit, exwpt vUitlpg or or. buMr.. with our uior thoao Using on the esteot of Violators may th; Uw. ipett prosecution to all-el- lher We the uniirtWned pod stie oolite ths ; UPlr our lands nihlng, , i HAKiroiiB A. C, CA KM AN, A. M FKLAND. J. 8. BOS LB V. O. O UOrl'Klt. IRtVlH. HTUWira IIUUCH. J, K. DltUCK. ). WALTER A. TAYLOR, Atlaata.O. p.. pa. r)iirtki sinnsaa iieraLKnaaRT coaDUb t ISi, Ut Bikra Iuih ilii nll iimu tt,ic abtia, t iiihmt laprinifU nu Ihhu mii mIimuum tipMtMut !. Ml lHai. tut kltcn rreliflil lilt ttrlr IMfllof thro tk Ut flM mxitnat It rtttp ut wk" YntlaooM' It Ut otMiJ vim r Ut kttllti prv IM plait imm1U Uit U n.lit, .!. T.Tintt Ciiiioii or Kin tit Oct iitn4 piliublt, te Vvuti iht aim iHtt rmJr frr mCttikt, Crti t i,.i, ctk ill iif iMU li riitl " ailjiit iriftln tsrlt. rrts T ! frm a lr .t Ut Mas aiauk M1 1 1 i. It mwl-i- t ii "J ! nMiur " anitiiu. ill Cklklrti TttUUil. ftrMltiS . BUnford. Prevented the disease from, assuming a fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John McLcllan, cor, Bridge and Third st,, Lowell, Mass., writes; ''For several years I suffered from Dyspep'la and Kidney Complaint, tho tatter beln,r so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My appetite was poor, and I was much emaciated j but by using OPERA HOUSE W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor dlioofStage.'SOiM. Eight complete sets ol Bom. capacity, lncluaini gallery, err raUi to good attractions. 8TANF0KD. KY. Both for aal by Dr. M. L. ItOUUNE, tO) leOltVIItt Ut AlMSTl CHICASOjRffJs PIANOS AND ORGANS. nserett Pianos. Alio, dough A Warren and the lr.in.mcoU John Church A Co. Organi. Thadurability and are most eaiellent Iu tone.of grtit are warranted All of then, wedrrcoTirl,lon A. 11. .Jenny, Mrs. forave Tiara. lUferauce E. ST Cibeater, J. M. rwilps. J. M. Moor, ami Mftlley. BtantorlJ Mra. Maggie Holme. Jamea Crab Orchard; Oca. W.J. Laudram and Mlai Mill Huffman, Lancatr. Ky. Cook are Agnli Mcaers. B. R. A J. John Church A Co. Planoi an I Organs, which em- the following most exrelWut .Instruments.brace Kuabe A Co., Uaiellon Bros., Detker X Boa and for tho Through Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars. From AYER'Sj IiOUtHVlUe (o ClilcHgo, "What a quarrelsomo person P P white "But my work b perfectly plstn. I couldn't give the style." "Tint's the style!'' cried Julia. "Now the thing' done! What a teaicn you are going ,to have, Annioo! All the Downs will be at your feet. Tee mammas will hate you, but you will have a grand wedding," "How you talk! Why, I am the same as r He keeps the engaged to Vol, you know. storo, and we shall live in the little red houm and garden" 'iThot brave fellow with tho yellow shock of curls and oyes like topazoU I thought as much. But liny good-by- e to him before you leave the village. Mr. Prince Dunderbeg will change all that" "To Vail Oh! I couldn'tl" gapol Ainice. "I-- on!' I-" "But I wouldn't lot you stay! If your lore for me doesn't weigh down ail there Is at the Downs, we'd bolter know itturly." II. bettor. " But when the drosses J for SrSii, au.Buvi uuim mother wero UnUlied andiall was ready for the campion, Annlce was lingaring iu tho Uaik at tho foot of the old garden with Vol. "Ican'thuj wliyyou want to go away," he waiBuuig. "doming uere utll ever worn, mo same agum.? ' "Ye", there will; you will" "Nut I Those fellows at the Downs, with their horses and yachts, will put. my little A boat out of sight." "As if I cured for bores aul'-achts!- " "You do. Everyono doos. But-o- li, if you should It would kill me1'' And all at on co bo had taken her to falm ulf, and had drawathe soul to her lips in tna first kiss ho ha 1 ever given her, anl she wai clinging to him convulsively and sobbing. "Idon't know, Val. I didn't draam you cared so, I I n on' t go." 'You lovo him? You think you da You will find out that you lovo some (thor things tiJi. An-nic- e, Whut a Ufo it was to her then, all that llfo at the Downs! At first, strange and phantasmal, and all tho time a spectacle, It bowllderod her; she bad to get used to it-- all the gay morning, the brilliant nights, the dining, the dancing, the sailing, the driving. Unco or twice came the longing for homo; Val's boat upon the river was more to her than theso great yachts with all their cloul of salL That was all very well; Mrs. Ammon did not urge har; she was learning the paoo. But one night Mrs. Ammon said: "Prince Dunderbeg dines with ui He will take you out, Do your best to make my dinner Annice. a success." Mr. Prfnoe Dunderbeg was In a very bad humor He had been on a cruise, and had not roached the Downs as early as usual, and had found on his return that his favorite inaro hal boon usel up by her groom; that his detested stepmother had oitablished herself iu the paternal villa, where sho bad equal rights with himself, and tint there wasn't a single new beauty at the Downs. "The same old faced flowors and face!'' be had said that day, as it he were a defrauded sultan. And what did Mrs. Amnion mean by giving him this little trillo of a thing to take outf It wasn't the way he was accustomed to be used. And Prince Dunderbeg was as sulky as he knew bow to be when ho offered Annlce bis arm and led her into tho soft blaio of the fragwin rant dining- - 03m, while tho wide-ope"to-nighn I Thon tlioy went out to drivo, and, once "I havo halt tho mind," sail Prin?a Dun- ' boyoiil the world, he put his arm about her derbeg, lo iking at her .with em tlons in and drew hor to his side. Sho sit hersolf Malarial poisons. "I ought to tell you," she said, "I am which angsr, amazement" and delight wero ' fre-j-. very wicked. I have been a hypocrite. I inlngleK liki the Ingredients of nn Intoxi "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. cating cup, "to complain of you to Mrs. don't lovo you; I never can." "For eighteen months sit-er"I don't uppvuo you do," sal 1 be ruefully. Ammon." I . , with Chills and Fever, There is no itime. i , Mrv. Ammon Is "I only nk you to lit me lovo you. Per- 'and with the least iucliua I haps by and by I cnti make you love mo." having Chills every other duy. "Idon't believe you can," sho said. And in whoso goad tio:i, nature thero After trying various remedies mingled fact, somethinz s both of r 'raillery sho stole a glance at the wuheJ-ou- t recommended to cure, used a and scorn, 'she hid inoved to 'the door, tho.watery eye, the thin, light features of a mustache, tho retreating chin, with its bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and the dark blue transparency of her gown, have never since had a chill. brushing him and giving blm a ( thrill he holplevs imbecility. "Oar no; you never ha J no vor felt before, nnd tho great btin'ch can," sue fajil to her.olf. EDTJ'AV JIARPEIi." "But you havo promised to U my wife, cf crimson roes at hor waist making her rnnrAuni) 11 y pale face, pslor yet aud inoro beautiful than all the same, you know" "I dld't know I had promiwd." Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. ever. Nobody but Annlce woull have "And it might as well be right ol as at darod to wear that nlnoponny lawn; but Sold by all Dru&'Uts. the way she had shirred and pulTod and any tlin. An 1 wo can go through cav lure ti);'fltlur mil fluffed it made it seem Ilko a pioco of price- the wiason less India1 goods; and the rosos Mr. Im- I off for Europo nt I be end of It My wifo neodn't wait for a trousseau anl boden had sont all that We will take the Downs by surIt was tho next day that Mr. Dundorbog prise, and be married announced himself at the Ammon mansion. And Mr. Annlce was sitting ou the lawn with a clus- Prlnco Dunderbog will receive bor friends ot ter of others. She roso just beforo he came tho Dunderbeg place tin next day in a blaze As a reliable remedy, Iu cases of r up, up, and sauntered off with Capt. Plyore, of glory. Oh! my littlo darling, no woman Whooping Cough, or nudden Coids, the tall greyhound sauntering along witb was ever half so happy as I will make you. and for the prompt relict aud cure of her. It was a lovely picture; the group Mrs. Amnion hersolf shall say what the setthroat and lung diseases, Aycr's Cherry upon the softly vivid lawns in the sunshine tlements shall bo." Anl so ho ran on, Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E. G. Edgcrly, and shadow of tho trees, the beds and vases (ereue and gay. And whon they reached Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: "I consider of blossoms, the wide, low house, with its home Mr& Dunderbeg, the dowager, was windows full ot la co und flowers, all ringed there to welcome hor Into tho family, and Aycr's Cherry Pectoral a most Important with the great ssa that lifted itself upon a she was caught fast in. the golden net remedy for home use. I have tested Its It was late sunset when, alone onco more, high horizon, blue to meot blue a lovely curative power. In my family, many picture but Prince Dunderbog saw nothing she ttole out doors and along tho lawn to times during the past thirty years, and In it but the little slip of a girl, gowned In the parapet looking out across the bound-le- 4 Lave never known It to fail. It will reThe ea. white, sauntering oil witb the naval offiflowers wero falling (V4l fading lieve the most serious affections of the cer, and very likely assenting to somo propin, tho sky anl In the s ater, and the sail of a small boat skimosition for a water party! ere ho could lay throat aud lungs, whether In children or his own before her. Why did he want to ming near the shore shoti9 like a rosy adults." John H. Stoddard, Petersburg, lay any proposition before herl Had lower wtal in that last light Sho looked Va., writes: "I have never found a medany girl ever addressed him with about ber at the velvet lawns, the flames ter indifference! And now whon every and fountains, the lamps within beginning icine equal to girl except other Julia Ammon to outline tho delightful houso; and bor J was kept her place, and he could fairly oe their ft be as much maro delightful at tho shadows quiver as he drow Lear, off sho hoavens are above the earth. Aud all at goes with that little whipper-snappeHo otico a fervor ot swept bad to i ut up witb it Sauntering on till through her. She taw tho little red bouo the edge of the cliff 6was reached, and and its furniture of chintz und packing for the prompt relief of throat and lung Sho saw, Val's face, with its 'sauntering tever so jfclowly back, nil that lioxo". diseaios peculiar to children. I consider 'kba felt htin"atfb.r-ide- ; Prince Dunderbeg had of Aunico that mornsho it an absolute cure for all such auctions, ing was the slut of her sweet face, cxqulslto iblvereJ. mil must got out it t! o s'giit of and am never without It iu the house." pooplc, and sho found the patli to thd hore In its creamy pallor, and the smile the wa Mrs. L. E. Herman, 1ST Mercer st., Jersey below uud ran down to sit thorn under the giving to another man, shadow of tho rock and cry, an 1 wiih for City, writes: "I have always found t " It wni'only a' word and a glance that she had for hlm.elthor, that night at thu Dutus-cllns- ', Val anl wish she wero dead. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my famAs .sbo sat there, bor Load upon hor und whon at the Van Snyde's mnt-ir.e- e ily." U. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., dansaute the next day bo hor for the Mbs getting all control of her, that Loat writes: "For the speedy cure of'suddeu lall was pointing ktejdily a turn she hadn't, one to give him. This with itj lloner-lik- o Colds, and for the relief of children afflictto shore, win grating its keel on tho pebbles, o was all startliug to Mr. Dundorbog. It ed with Croup, I havo never found anyand some one bad sprung out and wai beu.i J J him; it ou'.ragod him nn I it clnrmed thing equal to Aycr' Cherry Pectoral. him. lb didn't undorstaud It. lie began side hor. and wasclaplii,j her, and was whls-- I to haunt the Amnions. It is the most potent of all the remedies I Anl one day orlng to bar. "Oh! 1 don't dnro look upl she cried. "I'm Annlce found It arranged lor her that they have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terro wero nil to d.no at Mr. DundorbegV, afraid it's a unreal as all the Test of it Oh! Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer'a Cherry the Hepmotbsr having beon placated is It truly, truly you, Val? Thon take mo Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung sufficiently for the invitatious. "It away, take mo a way, quick? It's just as If affection, supposed to be Quick Conwill be a gorgeous dinner," said Julia And thero was a soa monster ready to swallow sumption. We now regard the. Pectoral so It wa. There was veilod music breath, me up, If you don't lake me away or I'll as a houscliold uecesslty," E. M. Urcck-enriding softly under the cliff, with which the be married to Priuoo Dunderbeg I" vibrations ot the gold plate, as the servants, Ilralnerd, Minn., writes: "I "You'll bo married to me before the clock silent as shadowv, moved about, ouly acam subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I strikes agatu!" said Val. "And we'll go go, tun always sure to havo n bottle of corded. The walls wero hung with a tapestry of roses, woven together, bloom and home and camp out in our littlo red botuo leaf and thorn, swaying slightly and shed- till wo can make it realy. Here, take this ding their Ineffable fragrance as they leaf from my pocketbook and say goal-byCherry to all tnls aocursed Downs life on ItP swayed. Among them, at somo height, InShe took two loaves, and on ono she left a numerable lights twinkled softly, like glowwith m. It is without a rival for the cure worms, and diffused a mild luster over the little note ot confession to Mrs. Ammon, wondrous apartment, over a marble Hebe which touched that lady's heart in more of bronchial affections." that Mie reflected tint of the roses seemed to ways than one, and on the othor she said to ntKPAuni) ijv animate with the flush of life, turning tho Prince Dunderbog: "I toll you I wasn't Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, Mass. water that she poured from her cup into a flt for you. You noodu't regret me. I'm cascade of rod wine, and casting a glow of good for nothing at all, or it wouldn't have For sale by all Druggists. angry gloom upon the brow of a bronze beon any temptation. I shall bo married to Ganymede just mounting his eaglo opposite. my own husband wbou you read this. Oo The.table Itself seemed something fabulous talk it over with dear, good Julia Ammon, to Annice; the satin covering was fringed and the will show you it is best You can't OLUBBITO RATES. with pearls, relieved with a traoery of gold think woreo of me than i da I know I am thread, and heaped with rainbowed wicked." you're rradlog matter we "I not!" cried Val, looking To those desiring additionalthe orchids; the Sevres, the ancient Venetian over know will club her shoulder. glass, the dishes of gold and of enamel, Y A half hour afterward two young INTERIOR JOURNAL might have coma from royal shelves of returned, slowly walking along the people shore msdiajvol days. It took her breath away. from the minister's house, and got into the Aa followi: When tbey rose they passed out under boat with the 13 00 sail. "We'll With the Weekly Courier-Journ" " New York World heavy curtains ot dark-blu- e 2 50 velvet, de- make our wedding tour by sea," said Val, as bo sat beside ber in the steru. "The stars " scended the steps cut in the cliff, an 1 enter" 3 00 NewVnrkBun will go with us nil the way: and Dunderbog ing boats awaiting them wero towed out to " S CO " Harper'i Magulne the yacht loominz darkly whero It hung on himself could givo us no better company. " " S 20 Harper'i Weekly We'll make the river's mouth by morning." IU cable, and before Annlce knew it the " " 3 00 t'outberu Hlrouac But Annie only answered; "Oh, Val, I great sails had swollen over her head like " " 2 60 HoiuxardFarm snowy clouds jxivX they wore far on the don't wo how you could forgivo me! Hold me close, dear Vol, or I am sure, I nmsuro. In fact, no matter whut publlutlin you deilre, open, dark Atlantic. wecanfuroliti it U'ilb our psperand aare ynu Then agaiu horns and flutos and violins I shall wake up and llnd this, too, a dream." and her eyos sparkled and melted and swam, and then i.ba laughed that low chime of silverbolls and Prince Dunderbeg, felt bis brain In a whirl The 'lion- - 'bearded In his don might have folt the?) same had bo been bearded by a dark littlo face with a'scarlot curved of a, mouth' parting over I pearls, and wfth eyes 'sevcoloreJ, twilight-coloreGood heavens! what color! ' ,-- J t f "Amyoulaugblns'at meP b'estnintuerod. "Tho Ideaf said she. "But there I couldn't help IL It Is too absurd for anything!" And sho laughed again. "Why do , youkeep loMS at nw In thatwjyp '"WhVinotl Thers ari plenty, oCgirls hero I Ci would beglad- -" ffoi "What modesty! That Is such a rare kisses. d, a And then flash of color Sarsaparilla my appetite nutl digestion Improved, and my health has perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggists. 1'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, 93. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mass., U. S. A. bt-e- Cincinnati to 1iIchx, IiulliiuupoUtt (o GhlcHRO THROUOH TIMK TABLE Via Loulullle- Lte, LoulTlllo Arr. IJifayctt.. .. JTOK SAMS I wish to ! , '., - Ague Cure to cure Fnver and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lie mttfent Fever, Dumb Ague. Hlllous Fever, Dengue (or " llreak-!oiio- " Fever), Lher Complaint, nnd nil discuses arising from AYER'S nnU Iracli of good "anting 13 Acre, oo flo "riand th third I JO Acre, thelaiter Improvement!, all rich land with comfortable rti. AIm ISO Acvrnot No. In Verarat . All bunfci-d1 Knob lin.1 on MaW. UaP, war and any one Und, one contatnlDK " Chicago 7 9 SO p m illin 8 ZOpm Via Ctaelnmtl.-- am 5; 00am SO 49 p u thre lately oftlili land bis ls;n can iufredwiling on iu. lee plat wlahlng to purchaie Will aell low torcaab ot on any reasonable Urn, 1.T. Clnrlunatl ......... 17 JO a iu I fO p ui " Indianapolis I n la pin li jo r m Art. Chtriso....., M.u. 8 iQ p m 6 Dally flatly etci't Sunday. 1 Ulu wlthtntcriitaieper V. cent, ,.,. ..,.. JIuIIh, Manford, Ky Peiure jonrtltiet reads sis lb IS WAKRANT1SD -- trait- -" vlll rll law and (U N, A. A C. Il'y) at It la th ulcteit. lb Ult "!,,;;",," ,,i, and moat ulrtft line toChlragoaDl polnti any of my On tonalee. aged ores In tb Norlhwiit. Dak or PUioTlew, a superior animal, or I will TlckaUila th Moncn UouU ounleal exchange far fit hog. Am oerslced. A.M.I. cipal ticket officii, i'or ralei, mii'i and all prinlull In . . Hlrtlori iirariincaanu imi .. Vino MONON ROUTE, ii v.. i I - - 5-liu tbrmatlon, addreai -- I cd MYERS HOTEL, E. WM. S. UAI.DWI.V, O V A , Clilcigo. A. J U'lltlbLY, O 8 A , Lonlitllle . . I STANFORD. KY. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr "iJluc-UraKH LB.i 1Coii(c.m Shortett and Quickest Route from Oac tral Kentuolty to all Points North, East, Weat and Southwest. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Fait Lin fcetwwu Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be riecond to no Countnr LEXI.VQTON A CI.VCI.V.V.VTl Hotel in the State in its Fare, In For Instant Use Appointments, or Atten tlon to Comfort of Schedule tffect Oct. II, ItiJ. o. their Quests. HocTn.llooHn. OoTlngtoa Lt. Falmouth.... " "pS'oTa,-K- f"-K5- lUakTage wlllt)tfl to ''",t1, fre.or chars. yelal """''iiii to Commercial TrareleM. slwsya lapplled with iu thote.sl briaili or Llqaort nd Clura. jUi. Bun. 8 10 3 AS 40 12 17 11 Dally Ki. 2 4 CO Bun. " I'ynthlana.. Arr. l'srla. " LealngtonM .. 1! 02 aciJIO 4J 30 00 13 00 Dyspopsia & Asthma Can Ho Cured. ct Two-thlrdli-eas- ei 11 Lse. I'arli. Arr. WlnchoaUr. 12 " Hlchmond.... 2 " Lancaiter ..... 15 " Ilowland t r. homo-sickne- ss Cherry Pectoral Dyspeptic Elixir WILT CUKE YOU. For sale by Dr. M AYER'S nniilrrrguUrltruf bowels. ...mvnei'i IlilU" IlklUa UI'IHHmrw. wihtart. UDfrnueatlj rtIttlon of Ue wnu muj vi .ucssw 11 you are tuuinu Thai e Is perhaps no dlieaie so prevalent ai Dyi- - Arr. Bjrri, ... LtTlnjtton. pepala or ludlgeatloo.anJ oo. too, inai upioioa prrent time hai baffled theikllloflb the mct eml-nchronic of pbyilclaoi. hai their oHgln ,In Dyiprtxla. --Thi rmp. "lomi are lost si pimmi-- im lullntM or weight In the atomach. occatloual naji-ir- a Lt. Urlngiton. or Tomltlng, . acidity, flatulence, dull pain In " Derea . ..lUn nf ma.ii.M- - . (fill ill Arr. Itlchmood .1 WHI1 HO I !(--119 Ua ulil. R iCUWUWHUI ti4il nast tT . lovp4rlU. Iop!mj- - Ltm, ltlchaijul... " 8 SJ p ui p m U.......... 2 o) p in ............. 00 a in 37p m am It 00pm 5 IS p in pnij . 6 17ptu am 11 M put 1 23 p ta pu 11 to pin 110 pm723 pnpm t 10 pm' ami i II im 7V pn ml em 2 32 pu IB.ra .... No. . . ' ; tforrra-BoDH- Ko.lI 3 j No. I "-.- - 11 43 -- i - -- - .!-...-- - DR. HOLT'S " Lancaster .. Arr. Hlcbmood.. Ltb. Hlchmond .. Arr, Winchester,.. Arr Pari. Lto. Islington . -.. Le Parli " CynthliM. Lt. Ilowfand . 8 00 a in 10 El a ml ... i . t III, .......... . -- I . t a in ........... I 5 Um1 u wan 1 , 703am 223am 8 CS a tu , i OJ tn 23 p fl 11 iu 3 2A a ra 4'J SO BS 4ft llluiui-imtihg'um- Arr. " 7 2 a 3 20 a 63 a Falmouth ,. .. ? 33 a OoTlnirton . ..111 80 a . i iu. 3 in' 3 in 3 ui m 4 p m 1 20 pm p m 5 ?9 pw p in & ' ' L. Ibjune, , Htanford. Ky.7i-6- p m 00 p m (l - pu rim 45 pw I n- MAT.SYULK IIUAMIJI. OTVl. J )f?-- i - Ko". 417 NoaTII-IluUM- hi. Ltb CoTlngton. Ually NoTr duo, Ei, Uy tuc a-l- " in-c- Arr Mllleraburg ' Carlltle ; .aril ,...M Ilngton ....,......, 0hc,o.7; MayiTllln . " 7 21 ra a 20 a 8 47 a m 0 t8 a in ',0 03 m , p to u , 2 00 p tu 4 20 pm 5 23 u m 8 H p m o io p ui 7 07 n in 7 80 n m BooTir-Ilot'i- rNoTlT Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. Hun C Kb. 0 uk-vvJ- t c, 3&u3Ne , VfFVffV'YiS fjp Lto MiTirllle...,., ' Johmon " Carllile " Mlllenburg. Arr Parli Lexington. 11 3 45 a ra 27 a m Swift's Specific oature'i.'oirn rcm&ly, made ftoin roots gatherM from tho foreiti of Oeorgla. The method by which from the lt la mads waa obtained by a balf-brer- d Creek Indlam wliojinhablted a certain portion of Georgia, which wai communicated to one ol th early settlers, and.thua the formula has been handed down to the present day. The shore cut rep resent! the method of manufacture twenty yean ago, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of the present pioprl-etor- s. The demand has been gradmlly iucreailng until a 1100,000 laboratory ! now necessary to supply tho trade. A foreign demand hu been created and enlarged lacllltle will l necessary to meet lt. This great CpTlngton 7 48a mt 4 47 pm 8 IS a ml 8 13 ti m 0 10 s nil 6 10 ii m 11 80 rn) 8 45 p rn 3 "Ma 2 43pm 3 23 pm tu as p m e Ayer's Pectoral Irlrcct connections are made at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. flterllng, Aihland, -- Ltixlnfflon and Piivlnfffnn. am dally except Sunday. , Noik. Traloi tnd 4 ire dally between nih... tMin. Win-Chlit- ... aftflMpv-yV- :, run Tis Wlnchesbsr, Bolid Tralci, with Pullman Bleeping Can betwoei Cincinnati snd Ulcbmond, Va., and Winchester RUU r, luaiUKlOP, U, Kit ThrouKb ticket! and baggag checked to inr destination reached by t railroad. 8. F. D. MOUSE. W. 11. WHITTLESEY, Ky, c w.saiiTii". Manager General Piaaeoger Agent, Tnr. Pais. Agent, n. w. fulCeh Loxlnmon. Kr (in !' Aff SEMI-WEEKL- Vegetable Blood Purifier CL'StS Idly-flappi- Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Eczema, Ul cers, llliouuiatlnin, Blood Taint, FOR Mi. On. i M't- - ". I'.u v been appoint- - T I '7- - wii'i). a mj to curt- - the body in to rjul-K- s II.redltr.ry or othcrwlie, without the use of Mercury or Potailt, Ccntagloui Blood Poison" and ''Blood B'Xikion and 8kin Plreaica" mailed free. For salo by all drugglsta. THE BWIFT SPECIFIC CO., trouble nnd ozpvn.o of remitting for it, Drawer 3, Atlanta, Os. N . Y. 147 2M 8t. iiimii uvtruitiusi uj. Old subecribcri, who hose alrendy paid, can avail lliemwlm of thiictUr by paying the c TUIQ nADCD rnny lv fniind on fllo it Oeo. P. Ad. en's Uciwelt Htwei'S 32 and the aroouu'i snrlni8llursau(10MnnieohfcX wliriwnrtTertlalnit W. P. WALTON, Pirr, Stacfonl. may Ui wado tor It 1 MW coutiacu illtTer-enc- Man and Beast. most men, and used more every year. Mustang Liniment is older than more and luuiu