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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886011501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9emt WeeUn VOL. XIV. liteflit fonfimL NO. 90, CANDIDATES. OARRARO COUNTY 0EPAR7MENT. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1886. Stonewall Jackson. About daylight upon the Sunday of his death Mra. Jackson informed him that hia recovery waa very doubtful, and that it waa better thai be ahould prepare for the worst. He waa silent for a moment and then said: "It will be infinite gain to be trans-late- d to Heaven." He advised his wife, in the event of his death, to return to her fath er's house, and added: "You have a kind and good father, but there is no one so kind and good ft your Heavenly Father." He still expressed a hope that he would recover, but requested his wife, in case he should die, to have him buried In Lex ington, in the valley of Virginia, ills ex hauttion increased so rapidly that at 11 o'clock Mra. Jackson knelt by hia bed and told him that before the aun went down he would be with his Savior. He replied: "O, not You are frightened, my child, Death is not so near. I may yet get well." Sbe fell upon the beJ weeping bitterly, and again totd him, amid her tear- - and aobs, that the physicians declared that there was no longer any hops of his recovery. After a moment's pause he asked her to call the family physician. "Doctor," he said, as the physician en. tered the room, "Anna informed me that you nave told her I am to die Is it HUSTQNVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. y BTANFOBD, KY. Lancaster. OffleeSooth side Main Street, two doors above Fogg's Ferry will be the attraction at the Mrsis HoUli W. B. WITHERS Fare Nitrons OxXds Gas adinlnlstsrsi wkta te the Cilv Hall the evening of Jan. 21a. Jftitwaierf Tttfdav and Friday Is a CandldiU for Assessor, subject to the action qnirw. -- At The remains of Mr. James Middteton, oftbs Democracy, of Kirksville, were interred here Monday, DB. W. B. FENNY, E. D. KENNEDY Tbe postoffice is now at C.pt. Peacock's It ti understood If we credit that H.M wilt U BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. and demanded. jewelry store. Tbe new furniture has ar- Is a Csodl Jits for Assessor, subject to the action oi Office on Lancaster street, next door to Iarrsv the Democratic party, rived and ia very handsome. Bio a Journal offics. Offlca hocrs from 8 to 12 a. k. and 1 to 5 r. if. Anesthetics administered okas The half interest of W. L. Withers in W. P. WALTON. llSt-lj- r. GEORGE 8. CARPENTER neceasarr. the hardware store of Withers & Rice, was Is a Candidate, for Coanty Clerk, subject to tbe acbought Tuesday by A H. Rice for $1)10. tion of the Democracy. Geeye 0. Bents. J. V. Barber, of Pulaski, was tried published at Calcut. Ttie Indian IftVnf, hers last Saturday charged with illicit Dressed Pine Plooring, (Jelling, "Weather M. JOHNSON ta, hat thla to wy of Mr. Barne in con whisky trafic and was held over in a bond Boards, Pinishing Lumber, Green meeIs a Caadldste for Assessor of Lincoln conntj, sub nectloa with the Ljcknow Deaabra of 200 for his appearance before the U, Ject to tbe action oi tbe Democracy. " Lumber in the Songh, including ting: 8. Court at Louisville, to which place be Laths and Shingles. A notabW feature of the recent gather waa sent in default of bond. WILLIS O. BARNETT tag waa the preence of the Kr. Q. 0. ZKortheconTenlsnceof our customers in Humphrey Bast was fined $60 Tuesday Is a Candidate lor tbe office of Jailer of Ltnooln vicinity ws bare arranged with Geo. Darsei, the celebrated "Mountain Efange D. TVearen to kep on bla yards an assortment for drawing his pistol on some negroes. lie county, subject to primary election of tbe Demoof our Lumber, where they can get it as cheap as cratic party. lilt" ol Kentucky. Mr. Barnra is a man was arrested the same evening and lodged from us direct. lie will also make estimates for rbllJa not on binili.whlch we will fill on short of striking presence, of utronjt IndlTkluall-t- y, in jail for a breach of the peace. He paid notice. msmjvjin a it a vis. W. T. SAUNDERS of tuptrior gift ai a speaker, and of re Uly, Ky. a fine of $20 and was released, but was Is a Candidate tar Jailer, subject to tbe action ol which are to completely oat ligteuTlewa shortly afterwards arrested and tried on a tbe Democracy. of Um with the mui of evangelical teachpeace warrant and was required to give a A. ers thai hie presence U sure to be quickly bond of $1,000, which he did. T. M. PENNINGTON he goee. Ills fitst lit recognized where'er Rer. W. I. Fowle died Tuesday moi ? Is a Candidate for ICounty Clerk ol Lincoln, subtie talk waa on ttraight MtthodUl liner, ing after a lingering illness of consumption, set to the action oi tbo Democracy. and dillTered in Methodist phraseology. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL He was In his 30th year and a conscentious unanimity. Ills' wond waa a etatement o hia ezperi-ese- e, B. PAXTON Give me credit for not having quoted christian. A devoted mh and three child -- And tbe LoulsTllle- is which he told of hia conreraion ren are left to mourn his death, The fu- Is a candidate ior County Attorney, subject to tbe a line from the beautiful snow. The crlmsry election to occur tbe lint k'aturday in and entire aancllOcatioo, but added a third -of the article here varying from neral will occur Friday at 10 A. M. at tbe blesaiog, the dlacotery of the gcopel of eT" 7 inches to 7 feet in favored localities -- ii Christian church. Rer. John 8. Shouae One year for only S3 two papers for little At the next meeting, or more than tbe price of one. When he was answered in the affirma- too immense to suggest the idea of beaut- will deliver the funeral sermon assisted by JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD rather after the meeting, he unfolded aome tive, he turned his sunken eyes toward the when a man's wood pile la Revs. Goodloe and Walden. ifulespecially Is a Candidate for County Attorney ol Lincoln, By paying us 13 you will receive for one year of, hta peculiar ylewa in a brief talk to the ceiling and gated for a moment or two aa subject to the action of tbe Democracy. your borne paper with the l, fiye miles from home. the Now to keep Up Fires. repreeenlatlre newspaper of tbe South, democrathia hearera not a if in intense thought, then looked at the uruwred, which atartled Will Frye Carpenter, who has been ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and tbe best, As winter is here and much fuel is wast JUDGE T. W. TARNON little. It seemed rery much like telling friends about him and said softly: brightest and ablest Umlly weekly in tbe United alck (or some time, died on Band ay v. it. ed in the States. Those who desire to examine a sample manner of replenishing coal fires, Is a Candidate for theaa that they were all right if they on"Very good, very good; it is all right." to tbe office of Councopy of tb Courier-Journcan do so at this oaaes. His malady is described aa typhoid dysen both In inrnaces and grates, it would be ty Judge, subject to the action of tbe Democracy. ly knew it, but no doubt Mr. lUrnea Then turnlnz to hia heart broken wife tery. Mr. C. wai one of our prominent well to try the following, copied from an weald dlfclaim any auch atateniant. At he tried to comfort her. He told her that citizens, in the prime of life, prosperous, an D. SWOPE the next mealing aome twenty or thirty there waa much that he desired to tell her active officer in the Christian church, and exchange: "They should be fed with a lit OHIO AY. a Candidate for County Clork of Lincoln, subject persons roae to intimate that they were not about but that he was too weak for the un- a member of the Maaonio order. He waa tle coal at the time and often. But ser- la action of tbe Democracy. Tney eoon dertaking. vants, to save time and trouble, put on a to.tbe satisfied with their experience. within a few days of having completed his Kcnlnclcs'g Route East Uol. I'endleton, one of the officers of hia COih year. A young and estimsble wife great deal at once, the first result being innt advice which waa very uo GEORGE B. COOPER mual on auch occssione, and the leader of staff, came into the room about 1 o'clock. and three small children survive to mourn that almcst all the heat is absorbed by the la a candidate for Couaty Cleric of Lincoln, subject newly put on coal, which can not give out to tbe action of tbe L emocratic party. the meeting waa unkind enough to inti- Gen Jackaon asked him: Washington, Philadelphia and his sudden departure. heat until it becomes red hot. Hence, for doctrine would not mate that discordant "Who is preaching at the headquarters Now York. "I am very tired," said the lady at the awhile, the room is cold, but when it beJAMES P. BAILEY be In order in the aub.iuent rervice. Mr. to day." Tbe only line running table the other comes aglow the heat is insufferable. The Is a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the acWhen told in reply that the whole army head of the boarding-hous- e lUrnee la a thorough Cbrlitian, and can ex TULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS without accepting waa praying for him, he replied: morning, to the minister, time to replenish a fire is aa soon as the tion ol the democratic party. erciie the gift of alienee who sat at the other end. "You ehould coals begin to show ashes on their surface, eo during the rest of the "Thank Uod! tbey are erjr kind." Then any offense, and T.D.NEWI.AND SOLID meeting he made no effort to obtrude hia aided: "It is the Lord's day; mjr wish is not be," said the parson; "you didn't preach then put on merely enough to show a layer raosr black coal on the red. This will soon la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- peculiar view publicly on the people, lie falQIIed. I have always desired to die on a eermon yesterday." "No," said the lady, of Louisyille, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ey Ject to the action of the democracy. eddrjeseis in the tent on Sunday." almost unconsciously, "but I listened to kindle, and as there ia not much of it, an gave on of the to Washington City, Thursday evening, and not only poke with Connecting in the same derot with Slowly hia mind began to fail and wan one." Ther followed the oppressive silence, excess of heat will not be given out. Many W. . DAWSON FaBt Trains for Now York, power, but kept within the atraightcat Huea der, and he frequently talked in delirium which gave the minister time toreilect that also put out the fire by stirring the grate as Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, subThe Direct Route to of aimple gospel. aslf in command of his army on the field he had come out only aecond best. Phil- soon as fresh coal is put on, thus leaving ject to t be action of the Democratic party. Ljnchburg. Daarllle, Norfolk and all Virginia all the heat in the ashes, when it should be of battle. He would sire orders to his adelphia Bulletin. and North Carolina Points. Perhaps A TvrKCAaniso Machihs. sent to the new supply of coal. The time SAM. M. OWENS For tickets and further Information, apply to aides in his old waj, and then the scene We close with the trust that when the the moat interesting things about the foun to stir the fire is just when the new coal is Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sub your nearest ticket office or address W. W.Monwaa change!. He was at the mesa table in corroding (ootn ol time shall harrow us no roe, Dlv. Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington ject to the action of tbe Democratic party. dry are the liny casting machine) that pour Ky. conversation with members of his statT; now more and tho tangling perplexities of life well kindled. This method of managing a out an cndleM stream of type aa loag aa o, w. Hurru, m. w. fdli,ek, with hia wife and child; now at prayers with shall no longer harass the soul, when we coal fire is troublesome, but it eaves fuel, Qen'l Manager, D. B. CARPENTER, Gen'l Pass'r Atf . they are at work. "Toeee anug little fegiyes more uniform heat, and prevents the Itlchmond. Virginia. hia military family. Occasional intervals all shall gather ourselves together and as County Attorney, patting with hia sur discomfort of alternations of heat and cold Is a Candidate for llow;" said the founder, subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic party; of a return of mind would appear, and durrender to the black banner oi uectb, may hand the odd little miaa of machinery being one of them the physician ode red the the comfort of a life well spent and the above referred to," fore which he atood, "can throw out more JAMES W. ALCORN dying man some brandy and water, but ho consciousness of duty performed usher ua Simple integrity, simple fairness, simple type In one day than a man working ten la a Cadtdate for Circuit Judgo In tho this Disdeclined it saying: into grander realities, where the refrain of justice to poor and rich alike, giving to trict, suuject to the action of tbe Democracy. hours a day can count in a month." The each one his rightful dues, striving neither "It will only delay my departure and do angela is hushed in the song of eternity: metal la kept tluld by a little furnace unMISSISSIPPI W to over-sel- l or underbuy goods or labor, in i projected no good; I want to prwerve my mind till Ellijay (Oa) Courier's New Editor's derneath the machinery and R. O. WARREN the last, if possible." curring no debts that admits a possible into the mould by a pump. The mould oCJ.ce of and for A few momenta before tho end arrived doubt of being promptly met, and luring Is a Candidate Attorney ot to the Judicial Com- The direct through linefrom old established route of la movable and at every revolution Dismonwealth's the Stb ''Have you any physicians here?" asked a no one else to do so the dying warrior cried out in his delirium. in short, carrying trict, subject to the action of tbe Democracy. the crank Is brought to the spout, where tourist of a resident of Murphys. out in tbe daily life the principles of hon"Order A. P. Hill to prepare for actionl" Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii it receives a freah charge of the metal. A "No we hain't," was the savage rejoinder, O. II. WADDLE esty and fairnets is the very best and and all points in tho West. of the mould holds close to "Pass the Infantry to the front rapidlyl" "and we don't want none, nuther." spring in froot most efficient means of benefiting the com- Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of a copper matrix, and the etamp of the "Tell MtJ. Hawks- -" then his voice was it "Why et?" munity, and the only foundation on which the 8th Judicial Dlfrlct, subject to tbe actlon'of Two (2) Daily Trains from Louisville to St. Louts. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati letter on the matrix ia directly opposite silent and the aentence remained unfinish"Kise when any on us w'nt to die it's to build a benevo ence worthy ot the name. the Democratic party. to 8t, Louts. the aperture In the mould which meeta the ed. cheaper to aboot ourselves than to have a -Er. Only lOhottra from Lonlsrllle and Cincinnati Philadelphia Time. An instant later a smile of Ineffable fool doctor to bungle the job," California JOHN H. TAN WINKLE of the pump. spout toi't, Louis. sweetness and purity spread itself over his The best rules form a young man are to ;s a Candidate for Circuit Judge of tbe Stb DisMaverick. trict, subject to the Primary election ol tbe Dem- Tho Only Lino by whioh you can, The latest abbreviation crank halle from calm, pale face, and then looking upward talk little, to hear much, to reflect alono ocratic party to be held the 1st (Saturday in March, Joseph Jefferson ("Rip Van Winkle''), got a Through Stooping Car Illinois. He registered at a aouth aide ho and, slightly raising hia hands, he said upon what has pissed in company, to dis 1SS6. with his family, has gone to hisnew home "Y A et." It waa deciphered to quietly and with an expression of relief: tel thui: From Clnclnatl to St. Louts. trust one's own opinions and value others on Oregon Island, in New Iberia Parish, indicate "Wyauet." Oat in Kansas they tbo bnly line running Female College, XXXO O Rr TUT 'through from LoutsTlUe "Lit ua cross over the river and rear un- Louisiana, where be haa purchased lands, that deserve it. Sir W. Temple. Ci111. always write Leavenworth "11 worth." and der the shade of the trees." and Cincinnati toSt. Louis, all other routes being STANFORD. KY., built houses and has hundreds of orange of gold by attrition, The annual lo Wyandotte "Y &." All this ia done in the mads up of a combination of small roads. And then without sign of struggle or of trees bearing fruit. It is said that after shipwreck, Grs, etc , is very small, not ALEX. S, PAXTON - - PRES. interest of economy not through indo- pain his spirit p.vsed away. Mississippi Hallway runs Palatial TbeUMo Was death this eeason he will retire permanently from Bleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Par quite two tons, or .C2S0.OOO. lence. Thero waa n man once whose mmo ever so sweet and peaceful.' Was ever rrst the stage and spend the remainder of hit lor Oars on day trains; Elrgant Day Coach The Second Term of tbe present session will be. waa James Hole, and who was a laxy that es on an trains. Texas make higaway robbery punisha- gin Feb. 1st, IPSO. Locatleu pleasant; discipline so anticipated or Heaven eo revealed? life in the enjoyment of his new home. Kind but firm; Instruction thorough. Pupils ie Direct nnd close connections are made In UNION registering his name he simply made a In ble by an imprisonment of not lees than ten celrcdat any time. Bend for circular. Detroit Free Press. DEroTd with dlrergiog lines by theO. A il. N. Y. Sun. "J" and then punched hole in the paper. Railway, thus aroldiDg troblcsome transyeare. fers by other routes. of Andover, Maw ,rlwaya waste of food in hotels and restau The John Underwood Cjnsrm will probably sit until the secThe Ohio A Mlsilsslppl Railway is tbe only line It is estimated that the peanut crop of Rent. rants, pays the Chicago li.na, is something htmael': icned between Louisville, Cincinnati and tit. Louis ond week in August. Iu the Pretideutial the South this jesr will be worth $3,000, "Wood, under one management, running all its enormous. In London this waste Is parThe large and desirable Storo Kooraln Tiik trains through solid and in contequrnco year it goes home a month enrlicr, to see 000. J. tially util'zel by tho Sisters of Mercy, ho Is recognized Drtt-ClaRoute bo Journal building, fronting on Main st. Mn-s.- " about its fences. The ceneral Idea thnt hot twevn those Cities, is torrent. Apply to keep comu one constantly in to Apply to ticket Agents of connecting Hues for tf IF. V. ir.ll.rOA', Stanford. AFvil.hoV Weather. The old wood- - save the scraps aa well as the articles that weather drives the Cjnfire siaen out of full particulars aa to rates, time, maps, circulars or any desired lnforuiuliou, or write to at Log Hollow waa crowd are returned from the dining rooms. These Washington is not correct. Many memen chool-hou- ie ROUT. II. FdRMAN, Tray. Pass. Ag't O. A it. R'y, Soiccrset. Ky, BUILDERS ATTENTION ed by people who.bau come 10 lane a pari are carefully sorted nnd put in covered bers come from hotter placer; many others W. MPEABODY W. H.SHATTUC. ti..nclllBB.mtch. Finally it came to b.nkets. The soup, chowders and gravies would Kobtck to hotter ones, if they did in We 1'res. and Ueu'l Mau'gr, kinds lumden. Pass. Ag't, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ber In are now preparnd to furnish allplaning otmills. not let their constituents cool off. CurCincinnati, O. the rough aud agenta for a blackmUI?yjurn t,i stand up?The word are placed in or bucket, At night a cih Keep constantly on hand dressed flooring, celling, AKO- rent. "weather" wasgiven to him. doors, aasb, blinds, moulding covered wagon come nnd takes them away, a Ac, nt lowest prices. weather," he said. "W-e-- t r, Kecent explorers in Alaska came upon n Some of the article?, are taken to hospitals sail u he sat down, .the oldest Inhabi nod asylum, the other are distributed native uillage containing eleven males, five And as tant, who was dofingjoh one of the buck among those of the sick and poor who aro whom were deaf mutes, while one of the ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY women was wholly deaf. This stnte of benches, started in time to remark It was deserving. STANFORD, KY. things is accounted for by the steady the worst pell of weather be had ever Every one has n cure for ro throat, hut W. P. WALTON", - - Propriotor Louisville & Nashville R, R, as no other Indians lived withknown, with an experience that citended simple rcnedicj appear to bj most eflecai-al- . With Twelve Cui Psper Patterns of our own TUB OKEAT bam. in several days' journey. back some aeveuty odd years. Slieof Stago.tJOxJO. Eight complete sets of Been, aslsction and of any sirs. Salt and water is used by many ai a ery. Seating capacity, Including gallery. rates to good attractions. both publications, One year, Nipoleon lost in his retreat from MosThe Palmer Houie, Chicago, ha been is gargle, but a little alum and honey disren Y THE TO TIIK aulng a ticket to regular hoarder, which solved in sago tea ia better. An applica- cow 400,000 men. Of them 125,000 were dining-roo(THREE FIFTY). tion of cloths wrung out of hot water and billed, 132,000 died of hunger and disease the are required to show at Ihe They also rent on European plan. applied to the neck, changing as often as and 103,000 were taken prisoners or desertof their pntrona have been working they begin to cool, his tho moit potency ed. Many of them joined him again and Some with in couplfs a soheine to boat the hotel, for renioviugiiiUammation of anything we the actual )ou did not probably exceed tHe-be- s broken up. Two ever tried, It should bo kept up for a 800.000. Pullman Palace Sleepers. which has just been Of all tho Magazines. aa a regnlar boarder; number of hour; during the evening is the friends register-o- ne O rer $0,000 worth of feathers have been rfONTAININQ Stories, Poems and othsr LHersri attractions, combining Artistic, Sclsntifio sntf TiOiilsvillu grown ostriches the other simply rents a room. Oae gets a usually most convenient time for applying sold from the twanty-on- e Household matters. tO IVllSllYilsV, ticket, uaen it, then loses it to hia friend. this remedy. at the Anehelm ostrich farm, Lo Angeles, Iltwttrntril with Orltliinl Sttel Etigrar Memphis' I'liotogrnrurc, Oil I'teturrs unit inn, il'ooifniM. So on od infinitum. "Doctor, 1 have been terribly bitten Cal., during the punt seven months. Atlanta, fine makiitu It IhfModtl Mitgaxhw of America, AIouiKOinery, wed by- -" A remarkable leatnre of the golden Tbo value of the pic iron produced in contntrw COUPON JLJllIu Kocfc, rTr..icl Majrazlnoholder to tbo0selection of "Ah, indeed. Well, you must tnke the of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge L. Vantickle ding this country in 1SS5 was $73,000,000, or Oltnnit. cntlt lliur tin Mobile aud S'ew OrlcuiiH. ANV PATTMtN illustrated iu tuut mimbor, and Grct steamer for Paris, and" waa the presence of six brother BTANKOBD, KY. nearly as much as the combined values of nnd In ANY HIZK. DRMOHUST'd MONTHLY Is Justly entitled "Hut, doctor, it was not a dog that bit of the R'W groom who were at the orthe gold and silver products. Only one change to points In tho World's Model Mucriiztno Tbo Lowest In Form, tho Largest In Clrciiltitlon. ami tho hot WALTON, iginal wedding fifty yeirs ngo. Such an me, but a snaku." ' Oh, I see. pencil mnrks can be preserved TWO 1) )hr Family M.unizliir Issued. 1(0 will Ordinary You must take the firat unbroktfd family record is rarely met with. U tlicTwiutr Mvimtl uf iu publication; by coating them over with n solution of It is continually ImproviM nnd eo cxtcn.-lvol- y for t Is published ctery Tuesday nnd Friday at the Newton (N. J.) RegMer. low pru oi iu to rlaco it in tho fnait rank of FuuiUv Pro-H- : collodion to which 2 per cent, of stearine I'orlodlcftl.i. nmt, oiuul to any miijriuineIt The hedgehog is the favorite food of the contain 72 lr,jl.in."qmrto,S.ll,fr inrhrA, THO DOLIsAZCS been added. YKAIt. A disps-tcsAvs a sanuate sixtyfour feet has ilctfiuitly jirlntt-- nnd fully illuftmtetl n Seeking homes on tbe line of this roid will receive gypsies, nnd thon who have eaten of it by w. Jeunlnira Deinoroxt, New York, special rates. long wai turned out of a factory in Maple-toWalling-ford- , i The Congregational!'! church at AND DY SPECIAL AQIIEEMENT COMBINED by them In their travellui; caravans cooked Pa , roccntlr. It should htvo becu. A WITH THE Hidgo' ; vtf deeAieauerthi rontrany tor rates, routes Conn., haa had but five paitnra in a -- OK At. in England aiy It h excollen). l txisri- mM s(iiisajrof UiAtOlcrepulable bIt.9 should be continuous period of two hundred year of Interior Journal at $3,50 Pit Year. . A. . L' are nicest In the fall month, and rt Ky. i T r fT xoutly and Uhuajuy .uuttioa. I Krh'ircb life. it; virion- - non p','i!r. The ice brigade was out in full force. Cat'.le feeders seem to be envious of those who are lucky enough to have no stock. The whipping post would be awful bad medicine to take before breakfast these mornings. The btchelors who were sold a few days since are anxious to be claimed by the fair purchasers. The man who enquired: "Is it cold enougb for you?" is thought to be done for general rejoicing, therefore. How is the weather? Thermometers here registered 18 below zuo Tuesday morning with downward tendency. Dr. Ed Alcorn Is spending the winter in New, York in order to learn the latest developments of the science of medicine. Pleasant McKinney ia not thinking of atmospheric (quails any more, His baby is capable of supplying all demands in that line. The prophets who predicted a mild winter are revising their calculations In order to find where the mistake lies or the prediction lied. On one point there is great IiBBJe. surgisoNHUFFMAN,TI ST, I JEN Dontlst. LUMBER! J; BUo-fords- 2S-6- Grand Combination J. dep-oiitl- Weekly Courier Journal Courier-Joarna- fatth-healin- g. al J. cnou A good-nature- d TRAIN -- O. & M. i il Stanford Trio J. Store Roomjor ob ss n For Hard Times. DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE 73-- I weather-boardin- g, h-- mo jit OP22RA HOUSE! L. & N. : TlIItOUGU TRUNK LINE SEMI-WEEKL- m. $3,50 o EMOREST'S f I SOUTH & WEST eU-te- re Interior Journal W P. Pro'r. ca-Pir- .vi-a- r nal-bott- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ... I'ub-Usti- n, aroe work ,., uIt ; IEIt libn y .' ri AllvtVe rAitfoadt in NoVrasVi practlo We hope Mr. Ibbbltt fUlfct able to get tea daye, his bill pisied to a thn peremptory jury ally atji sSntl&ll forthe challenge il 10 for bitu'lhe Cjmmon are agiiavgeiuag rowjjjt; wortin lPntea the Lord. Got Is'Lova and Xoilt wealth and the defendantJamice demands motion. lng BK.' January 15, 1886 that they be equal. Stanford, Ky evidence of interne That never-falliWo have tried tho credit business thourough-l- y has formed at Niagacold, the FurrEiiaunit, India, Djc Sth, 18S5. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ra, and it is believed that It m cjmo to Inxjuuou. Tho, woodwork mid vo don't llko it. Wo think wo know WuVON. W. ' , . f H of tne fjteat giln earriag'eaetory Mr. Johnson, of XelsDn, bai presented stay, through the season. when wo iiayo pnougu ot anyuimg, nnti nonco CurUn,.of ?dnnsylvania, declines to in the Fort is a verv interesting sight. x bill to abolish the Bureau.of.Agrlculture. ""'We are under constant obllgationa to Good boy. accept the chairmanship of the coramttteo Here, side by side with tho most elaborate on and Hon. J. B. McCrearv for many publlo doc' Speaker Oflull's bill fur holding an on B inking and Currency for reasons of his and coitly, perfected machinery from En t'i uments, Including tha Gongreuional Btcord, election for culling a Constitutional Conven- own and the nositlon wilt devolve on Mr. gland, that turns and shapes wood with au ' '(he contents of which are at this time of tion was pissed 83 fo 8. Miller, of Texas. tomatic movements perfectly amazing; you B. W.Dalton, of Pulaski county, who will see natives iquattlng at their work, xtraordiBarr Interest. We only wleb We The Saw for the protect! )a of food had at our disposal the time necwsary to fishes will be repealed, if present indica- hai been in jail here since Auguit, under n rough Implements in hand, and giving fin -- Wo will sell goods- perose these documents thoroughly, agjhey tions ato north anything. sentence for vitiating the Internal Ktvenue ishing touchel, thst only manual labor can ( much instruction A bill has been presented to make re law, took the Insolvent dubtor'a oath yes- supply. They must be allowed in this, . . .' I . . 11.. Louisville however, to use the tools they have been public aiUtrs, which is neeuea dt too many duction of any female under sixteen years terday and was released. jDf ui. The meagre telegraphic reports of of age, under promise of marriage, a felony. Times. trained to employ all their lives. And -- r While Matt. Keys, under arrest for wonderfully skillful tbey are; using toes as the doings of Congress, furnished by the The pint rule against local legislation daily preae, though q'lite acceptible as well received a black eye in the House, the murder, waa being conveyed freui Tripple we do fingers; squatting where we stsnd, as interesting, fall far short of bffurding Speaker ruling that the joint rules are not Station, Ark., to Arkansas City, be plunged and generally doing everything we would that information which Is to be derived yet effective, cot having been adopted by head first through the car window, struck not think of doing. The European superin from the debates in Con grew, as in the lat- the Senate. a wheelbarrow standing by the track and tendents try to get lads of 12 to 14 yean now ter is contained about all that is known by and train them gradually to (he use of all A hill to prohibit convict labor in or was taken up dead. our ablest statesmen concerning the sub- about coal mines is before the House, but if W. P. Hurls, Gsneral 8jpsrintendant (he machinery. They are docile and ingejects discussed. It la due to Mr. McCrearv adopted it can not go into effsct until the of the Baltimore and Ohio, Pittsburg di nious and clve excellent eatisfsction, I Wo know this will meet with tho approval to say in this connection that his courtesy expiration of the present four "years' lease resigned Saturday last. Mr. Harris spoke in my last of the great stores of seapad kindness to us la'by no means excep- of the convicts. of a great many of you who prefer paying tho waa formerly connected with the Louisville soned lumber in the Fort store-room-s. A tional, as the official record alluded to and Naahville road and will probably re- few days ago in ramaging for a suitable Mr. Straus has presented a bill to com cash, and to those who havo been running acshows that he baa been duly attentive to pel the various counties in the State to suppiiceot timber for some particulsr work turn to that road. As evi- port eay tbat all or they got out one stick of "Sheeshnra" that Rsporta from Florida the interests of bis constituents. counts wo will say that wo will ofTcr such extheir own pauper Idiots, buy thoir dence of this fact we may mention that he own record books and pay for the trauspor anges remaining on the trees are frozsn and waa stored in 1823! It was just the bit re traordinary inducements in has already presented and had referred to tation of all prisoners. ths lemon trees in Northern Florida are quired. C2 years of "seasoning" in this the proper committees upward of sixty peMr. Bobbitt presented an act to incor- probably killed, but beyond losing their cllmatd must have pretty effectually ex titions for the relief of as many citizens on porate ihe Stanford Btreet lUilway Com- leavci, it is not believed that the oraoge eluded the native moisture from that stick account of war claims and pension claims. pany. Also, as act giving the Common- trees are injured anywhere in tbe titate. of wood. That you will find it to your intercut to borrow The correspondence necessary between the wealth and defendant in felony cases ten The Senate has confirmed the nominaHow intense the interest in going over claimants and the Coairewaias in regard to peremptory jury challenges each. tion of Hunter Wood, for Revenuo Collec- tbe ramparts of the old fort, with an Intel tho money, if you havu't it, to deal with ui. these matters and the preparation by him Hon. D. L. Thornton, member of the tor of (he Second Kentucky District, and ligent guide, to stand upon the very spot t. of their respective claims for presentation, House from Woodford, and one of the of George H. Davison, for the Sixth Wo know this is a new departuro in titan-forwhere indomitable valor held thi scantily No explanation aa to the non-coinvolve the performance of a great deal of ablest lawyers of that body, not seeing his manned bastions against overwhelming but wo believe that all of you who pay gratuitous labor much more thau a lazy way clear to accepting free passes, baa re- firmation of the other Kentucky Collectors. odds. There were but 30 capable of bearor cirelcsi man ever would perform. One turned those sent him by (he polite coming arms, when the 8epore broke into open rewlntion Mr. Iogalts, rep., offered your debts will help ns in carrying this out. of our greatest mtifortunm is that our panies. in the Senate that In the opinion of (he mutiny, and all who could took refuge In In selling for cash wo will save several thousaverage statesmen are to great to do anyMr. Neale, of Graves, has presented a body (be compulsory coinage of silver this fort, and prepirtd to make a stand for thing. Indeed so prevalent and fashion- bill to reduce the number of, petit jurors to dollars, directed by the law of Feb. dear Ufa. and dollars a year in hiro of book keepers, bad Only 3 of (he 8 bastions could be held able Is this disability resulting from geni- eight to the panel and the grand jury to 1878, should sot be suspended until the agby the little handful. The brave at all debts, &c, and In order to make our new sys-tor- n us, that a man who while occupying a high twelve. If it should become a law there gregate reaches the sum ot $500,000,000. chaplain took bla place with (he rest and public position condescends to keep so- would be a saving of $77,25S per annum in leaving Large numbers of negroes are popular, we propoeo to give our custoincra ber acd endeavor to render some actual eer jury expenses, which amounted to $211,-34- 8 North and South Carolina, Georgia and fought gallantly. Oae woman, the wife of a Sergeant, who had been killed, took his vice to the people Who have honored him, in 18S5. tho benefit of this saving and more, too. Wo Alabama for the Weit. The movement is rifle and his place and made havoc by her ie made tbe object for ridicule by not a few The Governor nominated Hon. Wil- caused chiefly by high rents, bad crops and accurate aim among the besiegers. propose to tnako you a saving of from 10 to 5 who ought to have more sense. We feel as- liam A. Berkeleof Garrard county: W. L the defective tenant system in that section The women and children were quite of the Sth Conces- Caldwell, of Boyle: J. '8. VanWInkle, of sured that the people of the 8outh. Good wages nro offered in sheltered during the siege in the large bun per cent, on all goods bought from us. We sional District need have no fears that Boyle; George R. McKee, uf Kenton, and Arkansas, Colorado and California. galow, where every night we alt down at Ihe will "cut" prices to such an extent that no ono their intereUs will suffer either from want Horace S. Withers, of Lincoln, as Com The same newspapers who so valiantly of industry, vigilance 'or ability on the part missionera of the Kentucky Institution for deteaded Gov. Blackburn for bis wholesale Major's hospitable table, to dinrer, after who nuvs and pki.lh on a credit can meet them. the evening services. For nine days, of their present representative. Deaf Mutes, and the Senate confirmed the system of pardons and remissions of fine, by day and night, the intrepid gsr Wo wish right here to thank thoio who have now aa heartily commend Gov Knott's In a resolution requiring such report nominations. at Frankfort is noi opposite policy. This practice of toadying rison fought, repelling repeated and desperThe State House the auditor inform the Legislature that ate aesiulb; and at last, seeing further re given us their very liberal patronage in the during the last Srcil year he paid out to aa big as the Capitol at Washington, nor as to the man in power is thoroughly sistance hopeless, took to their boats on tbe Albany, but Mceenger. 2 imposing as the State Houe at past aud ask tho privilege ot returning tho fapro tern, Commonwealth's Attorneys 10th night and dropped down the Ganges There is no chance for the suspension Ala! the treacherous rivsr seemed in league and to the regular officers $17,744 06. 'twill do, at least till the Branch Penitenvor by selling them goods CHEAPER than This is a swindle and raid upon the treas- tiary at Eddy viile is completed scd the fi of silver coinage by tbe present Cjngrea. with the blood thirsty human tigers, who nances of the State are placed in better Tt li iuUt far the financiers of tbe Eut ury that the courts eagerly connive at, and they have ever taught them before. organ'zsd a swift pursuit. The fugitives, which ought to be summarily corrected. shape. No increase in the Slate tax just to cherish the delusive hope. All the spec- straudrd on sandbanks, were overtaken in Covington Commonwealth. ulation about the composition of the Com-mitt- turn acd all perished or were captured, to There was said to be no warrant in law for now. on Coinage is secondary. It will die at a later the paying of such claims, but the auditor dte rave two only. Il NOTES OF CUHHENT EVENTS. make little difference what tbe committee deepens the eadnesa of their fate to know says a decision of the Court of Appeals in Gen. Don Csrlos Btiell wai confirmed may do. The Honee Itself la strongly that their heroic courage availed nothing 1877 furnishes his authority. In the third N. Y. against the suspension of coinage. district the pro tern, attorneys got just a bb Pension Agent for Kentucky. as did the equally peMintenl valor of tbe The Greensburg limes, H. C. Cocker- - World. $100 more than the man the CommonLucknow garrison. List Friday tvening Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 13 Tnis ha the M'jjr and I walked round the raupirt (Vin t wealth pays to attend to her business. In ell editor, began its career Wednesday. tottmrtd 1y joii, Ifjuu sriti rtitnrtrnl SliorthitlHl ll'fltrr. Tbl joii ui; bt -- By paying the $10,000,000 bond call bjen the longest and eeverest cold spell ever and ecu,r n a lw imulti, at itrjr little eipec, If Btwng tkt this district $100 nan paid to pro tern men, he weul over what little waa known of will eavo nearly $1,000 a felt in Florida. The low in orances on or mere than a third of what Mr. Warren the government the thrilling events of that 9 days iese, as Miurdmml In.! Hute at IjdisIhvIIIc, Ky., or XnNhvUlc, Tenti. gets. The leak should be plugged up day intercut. tbe tree, according to Capt. Ives, MsnKr told by the two survivor. At one spot V.'hlliMKTtlii.J in.IT s'tcotlnn nor MUJwitt an rftrlrt tui rttt Vt rMmour R. T. Sandmky, a well known Lexing- - of the Florida Fruit Exchange, is $1 000.-00- 0. forthwith. had sprung a uiinr, which laid a tuition In J'lNMA.Nflll r, Aim ii.iir.ui. mm iiuif x.1.1 jfu 11 (icm; nuuttu iim. IfysM can not couiotout. ton man, committed suicide at Millersburg The loss to Ihe vegetables Is immenfe, portion of the ''curtain" in ruin; but . IA bill is before the legislature to make n lew unjm afcu i TTo Can Tench You lij- - Mull iik Thorough. some men having sixty to ft hundred acres aliho' missed for au aatilt were delerred the cirrying of concealed deadlv weapons -- A collision on tie B & O. killed three killed. Water pump, tank, etc , were fro- from an U A. IIAIX, rrtixliwl f UmUi1 IiittlUU. .VIJmh Mr Hit attempt to enter tbe breach by the tiMUlfor CIkuUm to lVa'c-wc-r a felony. The present law is eerere enough persons in Indians. The crew of one of the .aili lllc, Trim., or l.onUt lllr, H) , whit fatter la the nwi reartnlttit rlnt for yttr-tell- . zen solid here yesterday. Sicming a in brave CaaUiii Fulirr, standing alone in if it were properly executed. A better trains ft as asleep. dulged in upon tbe pond, a scene never be it and firing rapidly, supported by a few plan would be to take away the alleged -- The Yosemite hotel was burned last fore wilnewed in Florida. enfilading rill s In the contiguous battiona right of the courts and Commonwealth's Sunday afternoon, defective Hue being the Senator Payne, of Ohio, is said to be right and left. Their second mine, howAttorneys to suspend judgment in such origin. Herald. much annoyed by the chareee made by S ever was riht under the principle bistion, cases, which virtually annuls the law. We 18th Judicial district will nomi K. Dinavan, to the effect tbat his election ahicb could not be countermined for lick know of numerous cases of compromise nate its officers on the 21 Sstusday in tolheSsnate was brought about through of hand to do the work all being fully and conviction in which the imprisonment March by primary election. bribery. The Oaio Legislature yesterday employed in mounting guard and so tbe part of the penalty was never itflicted. In In joint session of the Ohio Legisla took cognlzince of the matter and appjint-e- d desjierate garrison wrrs obliged to take to fact we can recall no case of a man with ture, John Sherman received 84 and A. G. a committee to Investigate the charges, their boat under over of night and lite money to pay his fine and lawyers ever Thurman C2 votes for U. S. Senator. aa they affect certain membtrs of tbe down the Ganges. so Mij'r Mackerzle (old having to stay the 10 days in jail. Lst the There will be no trouble about the Ken General Assembly who were mentioned in me that when be was re covering, with law stay aa it is and hold Commonwealth's tucky appointments. The Senate is con the Donavan article as having accepted thatch, his bungalow, a few years ago, bur DKAl.li3nrt IIS Attorneya.to a closer responsibility. firming them without a word in batches of bribes to vote for Mr. Payne. ied in the old straw roof, he found, beside t Drugs, WlueH. Wall .Hnlcal We have been holding our breath the 25. Senator Beck has offered a resolution numberless musket bait one 0 pound solid Infttrsetttt-Htaj- . CuesuicHb, UOOKJ, Ltnnor Senator Beck states (hat he baa no ap better to hear the non. Fontaina Fox Bobthe Secretary of the Treasury be direc shot, and several bigs of resin tbat had Ntfttlonery, fjisrara, regarding the confirmation of that prehension Neap, Ollm Cutlery, Tobaccos. bin's promised resolution to dispense with ted in all payments hereafter made of been fired into the thatch with the hops of any of (ho appointments made from KenIiHtHpH, Perfumery, SfncJilat Fire AruiK, ice water during the session, but so far the on the bonds and notes of the United burning them out. But the firea had gone tucky. gladsome action has not been vouchsafed. and in the purchase or payment of out and they did no damage. Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical floods Department Is ia Charge of Col. a fire broke out in 8tates, At Can it be that Mr. Babbitt is going back one per cent, of the entire debt of the Bro Woodslde, In looking over a box' of Thos. Dlcfaards, who will Itcpair natches and Clocks promptly nad la the best a spinning mill while the operatives were on a promisa that was the burden of his Uniten States for the sinking fund, as now old papers came across a very !nteretlag stylo. at work. Fifteen of them perished in the speeches for yeirr? required by law, to pay out gold and silver relic given him years ago by some h Perish the though'! flame. But it eosms that he has lost his golden opcoin as nearly as possible in the same proofficer, illustrating the way in which Sam Gardner, the K. C. fireman who portunity when he failed to present his had his leg crushed and Win. Davis, of portion In which gold coin and certificates tbe present British National Standard o r mighty effort at retrenchment and reform Somerset, a brakemsn on the same road, were received during the preceding final "Union Jack" came to have its present goods. during this unheard of cold spell. form. As all know, it his three rel croniwho waa so badly injured during the holi- year for duties on imported 8enator Blackburn has presented a re- es on a deep blue ground. Only two era's often come to us in disguise days, both died Monday, Bucssisos Gen. Warner added to the long list of monstrance gainst the establishment of the es are visible, as those of St. Andrew and and Polk Johnson's recent defeat is now Eastern Judicial District of Kentucky. St. Patrick are shaped alike. The three recognized by him in that light, for he says bills in the House a proposition that the k Basssssssssssssssssssssa SBv LLk The remonstrance is signed by Alvin Du. are St. George, ot England; 8l. Andrew, in the C J. "Mr. Rowlett offered a resolu- surplus coin in the Treasury over and Stod- - of SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSjyBnKjC Scotland; and St. Patrick, of Ireland. be applied immedi-atel- y rail. D. W Lluday, W. P. Bush, J. tion in the house at Frankfort yesterday to above $50,000,000 shall to the reduction of the public debt dard Johnston, James W. TaU, W. J. The St. George Is a red "Ltin" cross -- as It fix the salaries of the Clerks of tbat body The Senate confirmed the nomination Chlnn,Ira Julian, George C. Drain and is called consisting of the upright and at $5 per day. The private station seems Lindsay. These distinguished gen- oross beam, we are all so familiar with as to be not only the post of honor in tbess of Conrad N. Jordon to be Treasurer of the Wm. In Every Field CeateM. United States, and there can be no further tlemen say tbat while such a court would the dreadful Implement ol torture and Over 100,000 Sold Laat Year.-Vlcter- len days, but also tho most profitable. It is a doubt of his right to have charge of the foster the interests of some cities and pro- death, upon which the world's Redeemer 11 cnolbltif but wise mm who knows when to be defeated. lbs Oliver Chllll 1'Jow, Fabsikm A Piowmb!. Vou ibotiU thtr trt flrtt-dtwork toll lr in New York, vice Acton, vide places for worthy gentlemen, the good suffered death for all. Tnis Is on a pjre tJtpteJ to all Ucdi ofno tod will Indothem sod will in tod or Mubtl Th uvouMboirdt ra mfl tixtt tcour snr toll OliTtr't mtfil will not winvii. Chllltd. hira Mr. Offcti's bill providing for a new removed. it would do the people at large aould not white ground. cat) cctimtiltoti It will Meiitlrrlr rfmortd lif ftw nlnatca'uit. The hetvlut rot ofruit tbtt Hloiitug laodilde, which constitution, which passed the House by St. Andrew's, I a white cro on a deep, Tbo "OUtm" It thoroughly centra draft Pliw, htrloj iim now rut nundredi or doM awy with After tour days' work the bodies ol warrant the outlay of public money. theprraiuroiouailooRll itttlKtit plow, ine uiifer in Imitators. Ho such a decisive vote, is a decided improve- Col. M. H. Wright and Jabtz Btlmforth plow. The "OUrer" & 1 record unptrsllalcd la the blue ground; but tbe position is not that of tuinuttcturtr will Iry to Imitate an luf-rtof plow tntklDg, from ,SO0ln 1870 to ortr I00.0CO In I8S3. Your ntlfht.on will ull you to statistician, Eiward Atkinson, Calvary. A noticed ment on former i Sorts in that direction. were found in the wreck of the building on It is the cross of "Oar Father hliterr "Oilier" n J tike, no other. It will brrtk bard dry iroand wbtn no other ow will. buy tbe abundance of room 1 alio bsre tbe Olbl bete Heretofore the man who failed to vote was Main street, Louisville, crushed but not insists that there is an JacobV arms as he bleereJ Epbraim the J'low. Try lheojtidbot-onlncd-ItnptiUltiteel I'.ow, which It task ng a rocoid V. unmotlM r iny Steel . II. 1 IKJOICSW. the measure; if this bill be burned. Death seems to have been instan yet in the woild. The 1,400,000,000 per- younger, over ManasMh the Elder, by tbe counted againM on the globe could all sons supposed to l comes a law that feature is remedied, and a taneous. unexpected manonvre tbat awakened within the limits new constitution fee ma at last to hove in displeasure (Gen, 3S Col. EJwsrd Richardson, of Mississip find easy standing room His o( a sight, For all of which we shall be duly pi, the largest cotton planter in the world, field ten miles square, and by the aid outstretched arma thus intersecting each be addroued at one time thankful. other, give us Scotland's emblem. This, died suddenly with paralysis at Jackson, telephone could speaker. on a blue ground emblem of uccbanglng He was President of the late by a single Weaver's bill to restore soldiers and s Mies ,,M of the late war to their equal rights World's Industrial EipDiition at New Or Try to be something in the world and loye; llko the azure of the inirreaiurable with the boldere of Government bonds, ap- leans, and a wealthy man. you will be something. Aim at excellence, sky, above; and the depths of the unsoundDSlLHISINThis U ed ocean benoith. St. Patrick's again is Gov. Bte has commuted the sentence and excellence will be attained. propriates $300,000,000 to pay them the and eminence, different. Thi is a red cross still "Our Drugs, Books, Stationery and of the curren- of Wm. Spence, confined in the Nashville the great secret of succ difference between the value cy they received and the standard gold coin penitentiary on a life sentence for the mur "I can not do it" nevor accomplished any- Father Jacob's" like St. AndrewV, but o. Fancy Articles. a pure white ground, as is St. OeorgaV. of the United Stste;. A sillier proposition der of his son In law, EJ. S Wheat, to lire thing. "I will try" haa wrought wonder. Here we have the leeod of scripture pre Pbylcln' prftcrlplloni sccprstely roi.ipoundd wss never oflerel, but it is far from abso- years from date. Spence will be SO years liawes. Alto served, but on a basis of lioline and it will not became a law, old the day of hU release. lutely certain that (f A California murderer went lo the ual- - purity. The republics Home of Ohio, with lows with a cigarette in his mouth.' He TllB Agricultural Bureau is the most out the shadow of an investigation Indeed, LOVE divine, dolnfc' its work or con- nanTiuj nf flAvorftt nt Tint nrkr'a flinprnrna died soon after. We have always contend on the btsin of an eyerlnstine rectliiiiit. teU having been made, unseated nine dem- -. ,) no : r. i .u that will even repect tbe de vilV due and The Largest Stook of Watches, Olocks, .U,nv.vflfa frnm TT rrtt Ifnn il u I cu f.i'. in - i nln. , tlnjn u uU- nfninn flint. ed that cigarettes were unhealhfu. ' I -. l.n. save us, thouuh tho heart's blood fliws out. k.HnA.l lintJewelry and Silverware L.J Presto a like number of republicans. When a youog lady heina handkflrchiefrt drop by drop, in doing it thin id Ihe ment w W .h. ktxigbt to tbh nrk-- t Uitr tj--t- . i'rits Ijer thu redemption, nf which nil ccripturx lelN. Cnmrnmittalili In mvidj "Lat th biirefti b ISomevotei wre watitel for J.hn Sherman! for rich Inchelor, she probib'ik&AT&l tb Wtc im '"'ft k nrt'l Jov,lrr Itr- I "cd the democrat Va, had to go. I uun rixiTiin utxrc mvr. ou tfcatt aotli- - mxt VrrjntJ, she may reap. "' wiped out.'' flrnl s iRl inr lg 1J GEO. O. BARNES." m To Th j tt J ng e, i. iEiu ent 0 Mtm Btunuarj'Q- for t w sCmW. iw .JC3L EXCLUSIVELY. 1 Q vie-io- n, LOW PItlOJES DIs-tric- d, 1 n 2, 'H D J) 0) H ! bar-raa-e- d D $4,-49- ee R BRIGHT "Well al-- METCALF. Paid Employment! 1 c:-3- M'ROBERTS. Paer, & STAGG, fr Opera House Block, Paint, Stanford, Ky. racket Eo-glis- n thor-onA- Jo-sep- h'd 13-2- 0) eai-loi- Vimy A M' -- Alisit--r i PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- EEE. .i,ue t,-- 'pr..;,: ,,,. - ) thi -- 'fiTfrf. Jim' r 6rabs9Fi Sm?-SHc3ilii3nteri- rv'i' 4tH.WK j mif- - ." -- - - iw - - , ,. i , -. Ginna' Improvtd '(owe 01 hsnd ht W. LAND. STOCK W roof II nigRlns'.- Hay for sale. Apftif io H. J Dust, The Kink will be opened and Bank Stock Twenty share in Fir t Stanford. January 15, 1886 don't you foritet it. UW musical pro National of Stanford, fur sale. Apply at Stanford,, M. D E mre had a ood mils CO 10 this office. grsiunie. we'ZMoieuth w . i.i A. Business) Manager. B. O. WALTON Tho. 8 Willtritf Vno.tfnrd c'.nn See our line of pfttwa before buying. The New BirWwhos Vlnnr -- New Krsitt blgKCit stock, hst brand and cheaper than and n fine If no ot canned ioods at A. A. ty, ild 20 acres of1 inhere i at 7J r VVarren's'MoJef grocery." anybody. Bright A Mefcalf. . fuund. l.i.L0AL TIME MM. . "5P"elisjrtI T. J. Hurite, of 8ool, old lo 0. H, .. 1 M r. m. Melt UitattH forth.......... Mk8 B. HiciaiNsslipprd and fell near I Ait opining best or Journal New atook HiKCins. o Olirer plowi st - W H J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR., -l- Xhcu?j 32 North Third Miller itrcat. !PHt't. For Sae-fi- ne twof Jersey Cattle. fc Non, J?' , tbis-wee- m . Manufacturer of the Cole6rat'l i- EAGLE SHIRT, - . 1 p-- - - Undenrrm, IS I OQtn Kxpre strata" it 1' ' " I - t F9fl l4 mini hh 13 P M 1 32 A M V9 A J -- New York offleo, 31 Two pedlgnedJeraeyCowi; two i Jersey Cowa, Cow, lour H Jerasy o.we. Will ealTdirom tbe ISlh ol February to tbe SOlh ol March, 18S8. a II are extra good mllkcri anJ With talf by Tborndale B,y, who la n glite rel In tbe A. M J. C. C. Book. y. """ CARPESTEB, a. Bron-Jwa- tMIMWW If Ch. kjftvs M salsuhUJl M sUadsnl time. me Holir UAUutftSAJjEeSW, 0C4& ffOfCES. Brown, McKinney, writes WAMtt) nod Jewell? rehired on short to W. II Hlrglna that the Olbbs Imperial notice and Warranted by. Panny A McAII steel plow does the best work he erer saw." MeAltyfr. M. Boy your hdmi Dewi ironi reuny i her hou'ne, Wednesday morning, and broke the small bsne of her left arm. lmn..MM Mis? LtM.TAN Laurence is the sweetest little Yum Ynta on the boards. Bee in the Mikado next Thursday night. sorted line of wall W Mr. ,J. BctftheinMaHotf. Remedy, he origiTjieke has been no connection from the nal and'oplr genuine, from Penny AMcAI-fata- North at Junction City for a week and in 'A OeMrtKE stock of Jewelry, latent consequence the mails' sra fearfullr out of style. ,1Wckfard watches n specialty. Pen- joint. r. ny A McAlteter. PERSONAL from ' i k I I I in ments as postmasters of their respective male College. 1 Share of Stock in the Stanford and Mia Daisy Buknside returned from tiwns, confirmed by the Senate without a STANFORD, KY. UMMter last nUM, trier week' risU to word. Now let tbe whangdoodlea most). Lancaster Turnpike Boad. Offers bis aerTlrralo tbe people of S'anfon) and eain will begin at If a.m. In front of tha Na. Her grant mother. vicinity. Long xiiietce and careful attention DfTATiMirsfrom Texas say that the cold tionai Bank ol Laneaster. Verma, caah. For guarantee aallaiacuou. IdTa Katie LcaAN.ihe'MUHncr, has -Bulldln; aaterlalt ol lunurr uirarnuiion, aaan-a- tu at Danville. has killed cattle by the thousands and that cry dricrlption furclabed at low rates. 8M1 J. Mh B VCE, Ada r been confined by Uluee at her borne in tbe the plains are strewn with caresses, all of country all week. will fall ladly upon tbe hearts of tne representing S. which ' Mr C. O Asuley, many in this section, interested in ranches ' C. Weill A Co , LeRoy, N. Y , la In town, that State. He Bay preach a few Uinei while here. The people of Glasgow bavin; raised Mns. J.T.O'HoiM wMenmsaoBed by l,' bed'd of ber &0,o6o n rabscription think (hey bave'the telecram Tuesday to mother In Louisville, who U dangerously dead wood On getting the Ctfesipeake 'A Nashville, but the may find that there is CAir. Q H McRisnet receited a many a slip 'twlxt the cup and tbe lip be Hundred and Twenty-Fiv- e Barrols. We were alAn accident occurred on tbe Cincinnati telegram from Col. Uronrton yesterday V fore they get through. gusge whisky most s esnguine of securing it once as tbey Bouthirn Tuesday, 4 miles from Nicholas-vill- e Made by W, MCiJl. one. two aodj three yean Bridge to BO to Hickman old. Apply at once to and two Mann boudoir car and the ar now. and he left last night. J. A. IYTI,K, Admr. "MbwRS E K Ciirsault and Joseph The Leland Opera Company will be the ladles' car were derailed. One Mann car Cbenault, of Fort Scoit, Ksnaas, came in first troupe of the kind ever In Stanford. was overturned and rolled down the bank. SALE OF BANK 8T0GK. yesterday morning to eel thawed out. Even It.hM alto more reputation for the excel-len- Congressmsn King, of Louisiana, and sev 1 thli polar rgfoi Is n Improsement on I will offer at public aaletatira tbe e of its artist than that of any kind eral ladies were on board, but no one was door In Stanford, oa XIOXDAY, FEB. iat, I8S6, theirr. that list appeared here. A full house ought seriously iijured county court day, IS Bharea ol 8 lock In the Farm-e- ra Mr. B. 1i. Hardiw, after a ytaHo stay to and doubtlNs will greet it on the 21st, National Hank of Stanford. The sale wjll he The LAN pay train csme upyeiterday on a vUtt to friend. when In Kansas, is back the new and populsr opera of Mikado to gladden the bearls of tbe railroad bojr. mada at 11 o'clock a. ic. A. it YTZiE. SO.td He ha proved up a section of fine land will be given. Admission 60 cenl; rettrv-e- d We htye Adalnfatratcr of W. M. Ball, dee'd. never seen a better sat'sfied net of since he left, in Utnnche county, and it circle 75 cents. men than work for the L & N. They get much pleased with lil prospect. ! . Slaughter is preparing to good wages anil draw their money promp'-l- y 0 Welch Col.D 0. Momu M C HacVm-y.Won the 15 h of eich month. Ttiere was Dripping boom his already celebrated Hack-castAll pmona Indebted to Edmltton A Owaley mdat and Miatsreon IVrlmi went up to Spring in a liberal manner for next season. a lime when the arrival of ihn py train eettle with J. M. Tblllpa by January 20th. If not Court Wednesdays but found that it meant a bi drunken row twvI term, commenc- To that end be has sent an order to this here, but since Cspt Smithat Rowland and we will collect by law. We bRTO glren you alnca had adhinn-- d to Irm InUnl.n AugUst22dand we think thli time enough. office for 20,000 twelve psge folders, which ing tbn '11 M mdav in March. rarely Wo Moan Exactly What Wo Say. are now being prepued for him as fast a charge a drunken railroad man Mr. O R Hahdis wm well enouch No seen. rnjtMHTOX A 01V8IEY. smi to vev 'earn and skill can accomplish it. yesterday sler hl protractenl illness MARRIAGES. Mr C2eorje S. Csrpen-i0- , man is better latltfied with his outlay for turn to Lancaster. I. !.n able to hobble aroond and will printer' ink than Col. Slaughter, whese Mr. Js. Fuel nni Mis Ida Prewilt work in that line amounts to hundreds of (oon begin agsln lo rsld on the long euflsr. know of a more obtained marriage licence on the 7th itn. dcllsrs a vesr. We de not STANFORD, inn Tottr. Danville. as well as no sensible an advrr-tite- r at Miss IlA Pkewitte, of the College Frc-ult- pMfUtont, A. 8. Powell, of Tenuewce, has filed W. sny where. Mumbled and foil nvr r a bench In the hh suit in the Circuit Court of Logan Tbd Clreatcit Attraction yet oHVr d to the ubllc. darr the other nleht and hurt herself con The Bnk elected directors Tuetday. csuuty, Ky , against Met Maggie M. FlittOne night only, Kh has Itfti conbned to her The old Board was continued another yo'sr .t.l.r.hlr. ers for an alleged breach of the marriage bed since, but IU be well enough to re- at the First National and are as follow: ccn'ract. Gxirr his damage at 110000, sume her duis Monday. U.S. Withers, W.O. Welch, 1). W. which be tiitftU hula tligbl balm lo his JuixiE M H. Owsley made us a pleas-an- t Hanford Krwln, J. S. Hocker, W. greatly niortiStd, wounded, lashed and THE LELAND OPERA cll en route to Mt Vernon. Ie sys P. Tate, T. J. Foster, H. C. Bright, Crsig bumbled spirit ,j , o'i' fof rpcisl Lynn, all of I.incol-- ; that a littln money i RobL Boyd. Lon InthelttMtand olGllliert A.SullIran'a Mr. John V,lhstin, Secretary ol tbe )udcis In this district as any in the State don, J. T, Freeman, Wllliambcrg. The Laurel Coal Co, and Miss Jennie Napier, and thai he was mainly instrumental in Fsrmers also elrcted its old board: Dr. a niece ol the late Col. Thomas W. Napier, haTloR their py reJuctd from ?10 'JO to a El. A'rjrn, J. K. Biugbman, Jlustonvillr; were tnsrried at the of the bride' lftlle oterS" psnUr. It. W Uivens. Sholby Citj j J. J. Williams, mother Tueeday night. Atteodsnts, Dr. MIm MR.JAMbl K. MtCllEAUY ii oae of Mt. Vernon, J. W. Jsuies, Crsb Orchard; Jackson Qlvens acd Miw Addie Martin. Maiden, Lillian Ltwrence as the little Japancte Yum lbemcstbeantiful,lei:sr.t and stylish la J. M.Hall, J. It. Owsley, S II. Pbanks, J After the ceremony the prty repaired to panyol Artlsta.Yum, tupparteU by a auperlorcom dies in WMhlcKton society this winter. W. Alcorn, Stanford. Popular prices-- 75 and JO cents Re end seats the home of Mr. J D Bartin, the groom's now on aala at McKoberts A Sta'a. Her feature are clsolcal and her complex The mercury tsucbed bottom Tuesday father, where a reception was given the Ion as clesr as Carrara uisrble Phe beirs morning in this section, when it registered happy pair, which included an elegant marked remblsnc to the supper. The groom lias shown himself to Eusenln, mnr think- .- Wsshlrfiton Let- from 19 to 21 degrees below zero, accord- be an excellent butine. man and is fcighly ing to locality and the quality of the tbrr ter The Staiford bays, Mew. J. W. Mc mometer. The oldest inhabitant gave it thought of by his company. His bride is Between tha 20th ant the last of this month, I ladlea and will open AlUtcrand R. W. Hicker, hiTc made a up as t'te coldest spell ever experienced pietty and intelligent and their friends are cxrabrlr and hanleorue line ol tho very besttnisaes' quallinen un.!rwcr. Cold as it ity, itrttt Irom New V ik. Pleaao do not torr"t succeed to the hereabouts and could not draw on hi im- sure they will bj very happy. new deal. Mr McA'iitrr that 1 will alsooptn a handsome Una of Millinery Csshlershlp of tbe Hixtnn Nstional of St- - agination for a parallel. By Wednesday whs they took the 2 A. M. train for Louis-vill- e April 1st. In the next Issue I shall state where the) same night where they will spend niv room will be. Joseph, Mo, and Mr. Hocker ha cons to morning the weather began to moderate to MRS KATEDCDOERAR. At tbe Kansas City, whew be has been elected some extent, but tbe mercury showed be several days. Vice I'reildsnt of the CMUeni National low zero a little in tbe morning and rose to DEATHS. Bank. In a letter dated the 11th, Mr Mc- 25 during the day. Even that ordinarily Mrs. Milton Hay, a sister of Mr. A. was down would be taken for pretty cold Allster tells us that the murenry wa'.her, but M. Feland, died in fiiyle county, Wednesto 24 bilow zero. after the week's experience it seemed like Editor! Atla'itit Coiulltviton: day. bilmy spring time. Yesterday it was down Below we band you a letter LOCAL MATTERS. Mrs. John Ball died at her home near from a grateful heart, which waa aent to and pub. to zero sgaln but it was evident tbat the flails Gap, Tuesday, of consumption, aged ltahed in the Vanalyatlne, Texas, Enterprht, withT. R Walto.sV adrertisement will in' back of the unprecedented cold snap was thirty. out our knowledge or solicitation, and we desire broken and tbat weather more appropriate tcreelyou. Brent Smith, a man of family, died of to give It publicity through your columns. Excelsior weather strips for dcors and to tbe latitude would bold sway for a time consumption at his home on Green River TFc Earnest I y Entreat Every Suffer at least. It has corUinly been a week of Monday. windows at McRoberU A Btagg'e. Ing IFoinais irio Seen Thlnto intense suffeilag among tbe poor people Rcutl It Carefultu Mrs. Hood, the mother of the famous Is ice lOinchM thick and dnmb brutes. aiitf tcell. It I not often Confederate General, John B. Hood, died was this gathered in th's se:tlon, hut it Moravian Falls, K. C. Mot. 15, 1SSI. If the facts of the murder are as tbe in Ftyetle county Tuesday. Ma. Barroa: "An ounce of pretention la We learn with sorrow of the death of better than a pound of cure," and a pound wirdrobe family of the murdered men report, John ol cure la better (ban a ablp load of arguSale. -- One bed room eel, For 8igman, who was recently captured in Mis. Eld W. I Fowle, which occurred at Lie- ment in your columns. I saw tome time and room furniture. Going West. E ago nn advertisement of a medicine called souri and returned to Rockcastle county, to caster Tuesday. We were thrown with him Bradfield's Female Regulator and the won Curran. quire of F. J. derful results from ita use; and as my wife answer for the cold blooded murder of fjr several days at Dripping Springs last u had been a auflerer and tn invalid for The appointment of Capt. Thomas Rich- William HlgKinbotham, a brother of the season, and although tbe dread disease, vkars from prolapsus and congesmenatratlon tion of the womb and painful of Garrard county, which has finally taken his life, was then ards to be postmaster at Stanford, wis sent Sheriff and MERCHANT TAILOR. and the doctors could do her no good, I waa persnadsd to try the remedy. So I sent for to the Senate for cmflrinalion Tuesday af ought to atone with his neck tho cowardly gnawing at bis vitals, be was the most cheertwo bottles, and the result was ahe improvdeed, though it was committed near a quar ful, hopeful man we ever saw and the motf 1 hTc receited and still receiriog terooon. ed so much tbat I aent for another package and she la now able to do her household , bat will furnish ter of a century ajo. As we learn them companionable. A good christian has surebaker no-and goes about wherever ahe pleases, work I have no ly cone to his reward. lam confident tho la permanently cured. I 'my customers with freh bread and rolls) the facts are these: Young nigglnbothsm, aent for a lot ol this wauderlul Female Regulator to sell, and every bottle that I have J. T. Harris, opposlle who was a boy of 15, was riding up the RELIGIOUS. from LouliTille. disposed of baa given complete satisfaction, Comprising the best In the market, which will be road approaching Six man's, when that and the results are In every caae all that Col. W. Q. Welch's. Rev. C. C. Green will preach at Crab and a soldier spied him The could be desired. Gotton Up in Stylo and Blake Second to Nona in City or Country. With thanka to tbe Enterivtte. which Tub Kenluoky Central passenger train soldier said he would shoot him, but Orchard next Saturday and Sunday at II d called my attention to it and to the at 7, did Regulator Co.. the rroptietora of this Give Me Trial. which left here Siturday mornlnff declared tbat he wiahtd to do the A M. great boon, I am gratefully jroure, not nturn till 10 Tuedy night, being killing himself and when the youth came Evangelist J. J. Porter is still waging J. W. Davis. Q- RichP. S. You can publish this or not, ni anow bound a few miles this side of In Kim shot, he banged away at him, wound- war on the devil at Somerset and in three you see fit, but for the leu. tit o women, I When it mond for that length c,f time. hope you will, ing him fo tbat he died in a few days. The weeks has secured 200 confeions and 03 e time before it cowird then flei.'the ountry and for near- members to the Baptist church. ran into the drift it Any one whodoubtsttie genuineness of the above cotjld back out and when It did a higher ly '25 years has been a fugitive from justice, The Rev. Lewis P. Tschlffely, rector of lan write to Mr. Davis, who will give all particudrift had clostd in from behind, consequent, tortured by his concience for the brntal Grace church, had an apoplectic stroke, at- lar. for ly the train and crew bad to stay there deed, if he has any of the feelings of a tended by a hemorrhage of the brain and TT0NriE.IliI,,-5LI5.13E- t, like it ever occurred man. Tbe brothers intend to prosecute tbe died at bis home in Louisville within two eead (ortur book containing valuable tnforma-- 1 four days. Nothing on for women. It will be mailed free to appli in this Mdion be'ors. criminal to tbe bitter end and have secured hours. AND v cants, The Walnut street Baptist church of TUB BltADUEI.D REGULATOR CO., "Foiled," a beautiful domestic drama, for that purpose the beet counsel in tho Box 29, Atlanta, (la. section. SIgoian is a closs relatiye to the Louisville, the largest and wealthiest of its will be produced at College Hall, Crab For rale by DR. t. L. BOURNE, Stanford, Ky. 10th, with notorious Pigman woman, for whoe fi7ora kind in the United States, has increased Orchard, on the nieht of Jan. "Julia so many men wera killed in Hockcuslle, the salary of its pastor, Dr. Elton, to t O faMikenthe the following cast of chtractew: A Large Stock and it Wall Taper, Moulding, Pictures and l'lclnro Frames. clui t!f ,tt rt tintliasliJ ylvet feme ilc. &ni Tracy," Mia MsgRie Buchann; "Nettle and who was finally our Jen d by one of S4000. IwWi u.r. a S V-B Fine Assortment always on hands. ti tti uruxriil ULifoct Hor-ton- ," kW TO U ITher victims. 15y putling up a pitiful tale, The Converse Brothers, who edit tbe TfliitrfcaLrj Hamilton, Misa Katie James; "Capt. V u ' .i!nr nuos, "Luke Hardy," Sigman succeeded in securing a fund at Christian Ohtntr, are before the PresbyteMr. Murray Jocej Ctntvrvn i!ic Uror of Wfdc i it hia late home in Missouri to nwht him' in ry of Louisville on a chtrge of lying, row raos-OVEB F1VU THOUSAND piece of Wall Paper to bo oreael Jaauiry lt, emtrwln3 over Fifty pj ftml !.' j Mll Joe Grsbam; "Dick Chubbrck." John t:sj citzi: r 4 i it it different JtslgnaanJiattein from the cheapeat to tbe finest Velvets, ?atins, Men's Ollt,Ao', Ixlnt E. P. his defence. His trial wil' come off at the brought by some, brethren of .Vemphis. tints"! U. Idem. Bjchanan, Jr., "Jtcjb Trasr," Piof- V. T 1" vhog' t then oin!l anJ yo MlTlf. 'orMie wll " tnixMnl lwJ not locV fwr benefit of t special term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court The chargo grtMr out of a newspaper dfs Hawes. The prot ' .o for tho ..), it ULVDtb ther for lower prices. cusicn upon evolution. si 00. " " ' ' At" i iu Mroh. the limles ba".- OUR esteemed friends, James R. Marrs Jamis Leavel, of GwanJ, lisis re prted very and Sam M. Peacock, hsd their appoint ter of Mis. J 0. Carpenter, Miw Mn Wm. McCokmacic & serious brain trouble. J The doctors tell ns that ther bare pre scribed for any number of persons with frost bitten hands, earn or f!t, but no serisuffering ous esse Is reported. til. '' ns tbe Uritest and Whitney, 81 head 150 pound cMtle at pip'r ever brought to 4J Cents, Stanford. Call and see it. B. K. Wca- Tne avenge price of whett in all pari ren, of theoiuntry fnr'th'si'la't five ye'a'rs has Look at This, 15 Ibi. GrsnnNtl been 05 cents. 'F. rO j eir. prevUn thej Sugar $1, 8 lb. bst pickaue .Cffe $1. home price was $1,05, The preient 'aver All oh"VFJ goods' lower 'thsip tfie loweL agels87aenfs. BrighTft"MetcaK Tne Lbulnvl'lie cltiltt market is wesk at l for very common to 5 for best ship- llDMrunKT BtT, seems determined to pen; tho hog caafkfct I not so atrong. The land in the peoUsntisrr or .get a rnps 'best sell1 at 4 to I'lO, good, light and heavy around ihi neclc, R,t LmcaMer letter for mlxej .1 to.'t 05 flheep bring li to 3J. his recent exploits. Wakefield & Hudson purchased six The fellow who failed to fill his jce moles Irt the vtclntty i.f Middle bnrg for house this season deserves lo drlrik hot $72o, J, Q. Muiifcomrr tuuitht litat week water dorlng the heated term of next sum- of William Cind, ol Cswy, eleven aged mules for $1,115 - Juortlnn Herald. mer. It was sheer h tines." if he did not. The cattle hmke t at Pria on Court Our customers will confer a great favor day was represented b only medium s'ock, by settling their account srlth u. It is which sold lendi'y st from flj lo 1 psnfs, after Jan. 1 and we have lo settle our ac- About 300 mule on .al, and only cotton counts and we ask you to settle with us, mules selinr, at from 135 to $100, with Tsbler h 8mIIey. fair demand. rn i Co.vaiDEiuxu the weather the L. A N. At'Sam EoIemn' sale the farm rent bs lonle rsuitrkitbla time this week, ed to Jimw Rifleman for $500; 50 hbtt Nuirly nil if iim irtns nave been absut en of corn sold lo A. H. Rice at $1.51; 00 do, time, while more favored road have betn to J. J. Walker at $1 50; 1 mule $90; I do. hours and soniFtime days behind in their W; 1 cow $15; 1 fa $30; 1 young bull'$12; trstns. bay $1256 tp $13 per sues; 2 mule colli . m iii The Circuit Court at Mt. Vernon hss ad $45.50 each- .- Lancaster New. journed to tbe 2! Monday in .Msrcb, owing .tgyf ADVKBTlSEBEHTh. to the setere weithrr, rendering it impossible for the wiineseand jurors to attend, PJeasCarr pleaded guilty to housebreaking SALE. and was given two years. lUJBIiIC -- NAX.E. Itf otice e Oflite la of yonr patronage. caiirt-Tjoun ! ill. .Ver- or- bt Bonds and Stocks. I As AdalnlafrstortrJanieail, Bruw, deccaiel, will etT.r at public silo, la lancniter, Ky., uci tbe A DrOji always on .; d anorted line ofprescriptions cubllc.hand. ln H. tharge for wrltlnj! jaytt. when Lata of Barerly, W. V.. baa reiuorel to non and offers hla services to JHOfI)J; JAAVAitt XSth, (Oouoty Court day.) tbe following Roods, proptrty ofaald decedent: 1HUO, Stocka ul i. NEWCOM B IIOTEI, T. I.. aire slea pan filled by DAXtELS, ,W. MT. VBRNON, KY. i . n Thleotd and Hotel la atlll,alD-talnln- g Ita ban repufatttn. fjhargea roaaonable. Special attention U'the trarcIlBg public. wll-know- 110 Shares of Stook in the National Sank of Lancaster. 10'Shnroi of Stock tn the First Bonk qf Meridian, Mias. 1031 Shares of Stock in Danville, Dix River & Lancaster Turnpike 1 1 ZSTa-tlo- nai m T r tll'.I.n r. . Mt. Veinod, By, Hoad. Bhare of Stock in Central Frunk Allison, G0NTRAGT0R & BUILDER, KenFe- tucky Pair Asiociation. Bond of the Garrard County am a yr -- IHISICY FOR LOWER PRICES 80-1- 1 cr court-hous- J, As times are 'hard and money scarce, have determined to sell goods this year ON A SMALLER NOTICE la MARGIN y, r. Van-dovee- r, Than heretofore to Cash customwho pay their acOPERA HOUSE, ers and those counts promptly. Those who do P. WALTON, Manager. not pay thus I do not intend to Thursday, January 21. sell to at all. Working on this lt 0er, 00. pil plan, 1 Avill be enabled to sell THEMTEST! e. GRATITUDE Than any one else, quality of goods considered. If you have any doubt of the above, give me a trial and be convinced of its truth. f. ft, V.A&VM, ': Cor. Main & Somerset Streets, lht Stanfokd, Ky. C. "r"' rir-is.s- H. RUPLEY, ff NEW GOODS FOR FALL &WINTER a ' Big-ma- n Brad-fiel- IJ. RXJ?E"ST- wa.-om- B. K. WEAREN, Dealer in Furniture ! tnr & - H. 1 . Cicmn-.ixlUf- ai i p'ffw". - I hM from tha moment when tha delirium ltuop-trabl- a position cllnlng a journal couch of lanatural flo wers, in a e upon a from violent fever had set in. att"Sho complained afterward ot havitudea fancy of tha professional entre- ing suffered under toamapainful sensation ot preneur. Clasped In tba embrace of tbo weight and ot a stinging or prickling In the signaling instrument, she seemed to have In time. Kidney diseases may be prevented APPARATUS . iplnal gather thrown herself down In the abandon of fa- from marrow as nearly at I couldkind ot by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating bar contused statements tha tigue and thus to have fallen asleep. Many feeling which accompanies tha rousing of a tho blood with Ayer'sSarsaparillt. When, baa raited qulttly in these a pallid faco Inter Ocean German Translation. through debility, tho action ot tho kldneyi gruesome surroundings, deaf to tha whisp- limb which bat bean, as layman term It, L 'asleep.' is perverted, theso organs rob tho blood of o( which 1 ered words of love and agony spoken above "I will tell you of tha cats "Of tba funeral ceremonies, tha grist and Its needed constituent, nlbumcn, which is tongu it; but tha ball had never roofed a figure sgony of her family, tha long Una ot core-not-ed tpoko, prorldd you will bold your frail and emaciated aa It passed off In tho urine, while worn out about it," raid the doctor, drawing bis Ylslt- - more beautiful ono before mt. The delicate carriages blocking tba broad streets was than the matter, which they should carry off from Injj book from bis pocKet, ana Milling nun-Beas peacefully and quietly Oiled with sorrowing friends, following ber form with tht air of a proftssioaal tory. as if lay there moment it might Uo to her eternal rest, she knew absolutely the blood, U allowed to remain. Dy the at any toller. "The lady who wu the patient In and tear itself free from tba billows of satin nothing. Not being tha Friesbachs' family use of Aycr's Sarsapartlla, the kidneys tho caso ti still ftUre and one of tha lortll-os- t and laco heaped Ilka snow about it. It attendant at that time It was nsoetsarr, in arc restored to proper action, and Albuwomen la the city. It would never do signal could order to avoid arousing bar suspicions, to minuria, or for aa indiscretion of mine to bo tho moans seemed Impossible that tha tha consultthis still and silent masquerade in the character of of eallgdUalng bar as to the facts wbteb, have sounded from strange couch, lifeless, ing physician. A judicious outlay of golden up to this time, wa hare carefully kept frame lying upon its image, burled beneath thalers secured the silence ot tha Gottsaker's froxen.a lovely waxen from her." officials, from whom tha most danger was speaker was one of a party of four exquisite flowers, but without a sign of life to ba feared, and to this hour she is ignoTha tbo is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparllla also gathered about a lavUbly spread to account for to turned signal It gave rant of tha three days spent in tha dreadful geatleaien the curious belief in the soma coloring prevents Inflammation of the kidneys, and table in a private room of the Vier Jahras-eeitedepths of tha OottiacerU Mead' house. intervention of tha davil expressed by tha Munich. Tall, "Nona ot us," oontinued Schoro, after a other disorders of theso organs. Mrs. Jai. frightened physician At and with one of those hugh beads so charac- whose work attendants. always a in contact moment's silence, "ever professed to bellova TV. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica IMaln, keeps him teristically German in type, Coroelitu with the grim realities of grist and pain, in a special Providence, but after this it Jlass., writes: "I have had a complicaScboro, surgeoa-ln-chiof the royal obstetclassed would ba difficult for ma to doubt that this tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble rical clinic, would have been a noticeable not to speak of things which must ba readily at least it a page in tho Ufa ot ona man or with tha distinctly Inexplicable, I has been with my kidneys. Four bottles flguro in any assemblage. which tha super- woman upon which a supreme care has tat of Aycr's Sarsaparllla made tne feel llko Superbly furnished, brilliant with light, understood the terror with German nature regarded this night Its seal, It was never blind chance that a new person; as well and strong as and fragrant with the delicate aroma of stitious an alarm made doubly hideous by kept me, for the first time In twenty years, Bordeaux and Bargundy, the room wu a alarm ever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer tt., camo from a tene- from taking a badly needed rest, or a comtha knowledge that it picture of cheerful and convivial comfort. ment once and apparently still deserted bination ot circumstances only, which threw Hoston, Mass., had been troubled for years Outside the drawn curtains a will night was by its touL me granting that tha service of any other with Kidney Complaint. Dy tho use of closing around the city; the keen and cutphysician would bavadona at wall directly Aycr's .Sarsaparllla, he uot only It. ting wind, driving straight from the Bain tha way ot GotUaker'j messenger at a "Personally I varian Alps, swept through the narrow lishment of thesedo not believe in tho estab- most unusual hour, or kept ma at my post rooms in Gottaaker," con- ot mercy wheu tba streets with the fury of an enraged Hon. last bops and resouroe All the afternoon the storm bad boon bowl- tinued tba doctor. "Tba revival of life oc- known to science had seemingly failed." the disease from assuming a fatal form, ing and shrieking. At the corners of the curs too seldom t) justify the offense against but was restored to perfect health. John square, where the blasts were strongest, dolicaoy of feeling brought about by this Toole, the Moled London Tailor. McLcllsn, cor. Ilrldge nnd Third sis., caps were whirled from the holds exposing of tba dead and exhibition of pri- a hats and (.Philadelphia Press. vate griefs. To realize the full ropulslvo-nesLowell, Mass., writes: "For several years of tho people as they struggled up the steep The crazj for English clothes brings up of the practice, fancy a dearly-love- d I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney incline, and, dancing merrily to the grim stories ot Poole, the noted tailor ot London, member of your own family resting in these Complaint, tho latter being so severe at melody of the gale, escaped from sight. who cut clothes for all the crowned heads ot by a blrellug UeedloiS of the incroaslug uproar out of haunts of sorrow, guarded times that I could scarcely attend to my whose tenderness and care are measured by Europe. At a New York club recently a doors the gentlemen so pleasantly engaged tha longth of your purse work. My appetite was poor, and I was tba their own gentleman told how ha onoa outwitted conani with the delicacies before them eazerly as- unreasoning terrors. great tailor. "Money brings a man no much emaciated; btlt by using Poole's," said he. "You musQ sented to the doctor's wish for sllenco. "Without crediting tba existing of any- sideration at of Introduction before they Gathering mora closely about the table thing uncanny In the matter (I believe that take a letter they awaited patiently the disclosure, cer- there is a causa for everything), I had bo- - will deign to look at you. They don't your money under three years. If you tain to be an Interesting one unless Schorn't run to be considerably puzzled myself. reputation as a raconteur was greatly over- Lifting the shrunken wrist I sought for a pay In one year you gat a big discount. It rated. trace of pulsation tba faintest would have you pay in two . years you get a smaller "Three years ago," ba began, "worn out given me a hope but cold and white as discount. No matter where you may go, once on their books, you can order clothing by tho year's work, a brief let-uwas absomarble tne delicate band lay in mine, a lutely necessary if I wished to avoid chang- spray of roses falling from tbe nerveless sent to you at any point on tha globe. But my appetite and digestion Improved, and ing places with my patient. After com- fingers. A subtle something halt dread, you mnst first be introduced. my health has been perfectly restored." was my first year in London that I "It pleting preparations to join a party of half recognition made me stoop mors Sold by all Druggists. friends on a bunting expedition into the closely above tha body. I felt that I knot, remarked to a friend that I guessed I would Austrian Tyrol, I was sitting in the office it, and shrank from tha shock of actus go to Poole's and order soma clothes. Tbe I'rlco $1 ; Six Lotties, $5. on tha morniug of tha SOU. of August, wait- recognition. Fushing aside tha tresses of idea never entered my head that I couldn't Prepared by Dr. J. C. A J er & Co., Lowell ing simply until it was time to take the hair falling over the brow and concealing drop In as I would to a tailor's at homo aud Mass., U. S. A. get anything be has for cold cash. My train. Always the servant of the people, the features, could not control a cry of a doctor never knows that anticipated va- astonishment I when In the rigid form friend told me tha situation. 1 made him a cations can bo realized until actually before me I saw tha young Baronln Fries-bach- , bet that I would get an overcoat from Poole, under way; therefore, I was not at a girl when I had last seen her or for which be was to pay if I managed it all surprised when the boll pealed rather a newly made matron in all tha rosy without a letter. I went in, and a portly messenger entered happiness of tbo first months of married man presented himself and asked what furiously and a could ba doue for me. I told him I wanted with a summou3 to tha bedside of an old life. Tbe shock was tbo greater from friend at Bsrg, dying of consumption. Has- tha fact that I had heard nothing of her ill- some clothing, and than began to feel about tily telegraphing the party to go on without ness, or of bar, as she had gone at once to my pockets. 'Ah,' I exclaimed, 'I find I go me, I jumped into the carriage, and In an the Frlesbach estate, iu the environs of Hei- must Lord back to my hotel for tha latter Tomnoddy gave ma' 'Don't hour's time stepped from tho train at Berg. delberg. IS WAItn ANTED to cure Fcer and redoubled my efforts; I sought that "It was very lata in tha evening before 1 in every possible way to discover a sign of mention it,' said be; it's quite satisfactory, Apue, Intermittent or Chill Foer, I assure you.' So 1 ordered what I wanted Munich, the clocks in the neighFever, Dumb Ague, Hlllous Fever, returned to remaining or reviving life. It was in vain. Dengue (or "llrcnk-boiic- " Fever), Mvcr borhood striking 13 as the schnell-zu- ? pulled To all appearances stone dead, she slept and went out and reported to my friend, Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from into the depot. Tho night, a fearfully close peacefully on, with all the strange and un- who bal awaited developments in a cab, Malarial oLoiis. and sultry one, promised to end later on in accountable weight about tha body which expecting to ba called in to vouch for me. one of those summer tempo in, brief in comas when death has f rozsn tbe vlens with All be sail was, 'You've won your hot; but "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. duration, but frequently of a terribly de- an icy chllL Tbe moments passed rapidly I would Ilka to know wbat particular lie you "For eighteen months suf-crc- d structive character. The stench brought by, but without apparent change in the con- told, for, of course, you lied to him somehow.' Poole himself dlod several years ago. with Chills and Fever, out by tho heaviness of the atmosphere from dition of thing. man. I having Chills every other day. the gutters and filthy thoroughfares of that " 'Hansel,' I said, sternly, turning to the He was a portly and part of tha City known at the old man who was standing at my side, bis teeth was surprised when told that he was a Yanlis started in Ufa in Springfield, After' trying various remedies town was overpowering. Far advanced in still chattering from bis parorysm of fright, kee, recommended to cure, used a the arts and sciences, Munich is a 'you have certainly made soma mistake. Mass. bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and city which has yet much to learn of Tbe signal must have been turned by acciSome genius propose to bring out a steam sanitary principles. The ride before me dent or carelessness.' Juivc never since had a chill. It lsdlflcalt ti tee what roller skates was a long one. Throwing tnyiiulf back "Gottln Himtnel! No. Herr Doctor, that EDWIX HARPJill." upon the drosky'a seat, I closed my would be impoisiblo; nothing could touch wantolttrani. They get sbead of tbe wearer ss It rnrpAUED by eyas, and before I knew It bad dropped into tbe Instrument; sea for yourself,' pointing li. Boston Transcript. a doze. I slept perhaps twenty minutes or to tbe one attached to tbe body, which, if THAT HACKING COL'OU can be so quickly Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man more with thai heavy, dreamless slumber you have entered theso rooms at Gott- Sold by all Druggists. always the result of fatigue and unusual eaker's, you know to bo precisely similar to cured by Sblloh't Cure. We guarantee it. M. L. I should have those In use In tbe regular French morgues. Bourse. I doubt whether emotion. WILL YOU bUKFEK with Dripepala and Llr-e- r awakened at all had not the abrupt bounc"The words had a cares ly left his lips beComplaint? oblloh's VltalU-- r 1) guaranteed to ing and swaying of the carriage, checked fore, with a scream of wildest terror, Hansuddenly, raised me to consclousnesj. In sel dropped upon his kneoa, ahudderlnz, cure you. For sale br M. L. Bourne. HLEEPLESS NIGUT8, made miserable by that the obscurity of tha night I distinguished and with ona shaking finger tho Ogure of a man, gesticulating violently directing my attention to tha apparatus terrible cougb. Sbllob'a Cure la tbe remedy fur for us to stop, and evidently in a state of above us. Looking up I saw that tbe arm jou. For sale at M. L. Bourne's. As a reliable remedy, In cases of Croup, CATAItUU CURED, health and tweet breath inteusa oxcltamsnt. Without waiting for ot tbe instrument was moving slowly, . Whooping Cougb, or sudden Colds, Price SOc. me to question him be gasped out the intelsecured by Shtloh'a Catarrh itemed-tremulously, but unquestionably moving I and for the prompt relief aud cure ot ligence between bis labored breaths that watched it with almost the same amount of Nasal Injector free. For sale by M. L. Bourne. something was was wrong at the Sjndling-erther'- s wonderment that Hansel exhibited, while it throat and lung diseases, Ayer' Cherry Bucklen's Arnica Salre. (the new Gottraker rose, trembled, and fell upon tbe gong, with Pectoral Is invaluable. Mrs. E. 0. Edgerly, recently finished In the outskirts of the a stroke hardly stronger than the blow TbebettSalre In tha world lorCuta Bralara Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes : " I consider town.) ot an Infant, but, so delicately are Sores, Salt Bheum, J'erer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important H 'For God's sake, Herr Doctor,' cried the thesa signaling instruments arranged, in- Bands, Callblalns, Corns and altBkln Eruptions, man, as be saw us driving oil, 'go as if the stantly followed by th warning rattle. It and positively cures Tiles, or no pay required. I, remedy for home use. I have tested Its curative power, in my family, many devil was after you.' was but tbe work ot an instant to follow la guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or money times during tbe past thirty years, and The pace at which we traveled the with my finger tho counte of tha wire which refunded. Pric 25 cents per boi. For aale by would assuredly have distanced attached tbe instrument to tbe body. I Penny A McAllittr. have never known.lt to fall. It will any devil of my acquaintance,' added the found that after leaving tb.9 battery this tho most serious affections ot tho Interesting Experiences. doctor, with a smile, "Sparks of lire fairly wire passsd down and around tha neck throat and lungs, whether In children or or Col urn but, rained from the Iron heels of the flying of the conpse, pressing closely like a tight Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, hones, and the thundering cf the hoofs on necklace upon tbe carotid artery, naturally Ga., tells bit experience thus; "For three yean Vs., writes: "I have never found a medtha hollow planking of the bridge sounded tba first place, from its connection with tba bae tried erery reivedy on tbe market lor Stomicine equal to in the stlonce of the night like tha tread of heart, wbere reviving life currents would be ach and Kidney Dtorders, but got no relief, unan army under a quick movemeut With perceptible. The mystery was no longer a til I used Electric Blttera. Took flse bottles and tho lights of Munich once bohlnd us, it was mydtory. Tbe warning signal had undoubtsin now cured, and think Electric Blttera tbe best not long, with a clear highway, before we edly been sounded by the throbbing artery. Blo.d Purifier In the world." Major A. B. Heed, were standing at the Sendlingerther's gateComing at long and Irregular intervals the of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an way, rising the grimmest c f sentinels in pulsation either failed to occur while I was old sUudlng Kidney anecllon and sa;s: "Noth of this citadel held by death. The engaged In my efforts at resuscitation, or lug haa erer done me to much good as Electric front for the prompt relief of throat and lung scenn upon which I entered, piloted by the through some disarrangement of the hyly Sold at SO cents a bottle by Penny A diseases peculiar to children. I consider guard watching for my arrival, beggars itself, caused by those efforts, bal failed to Blttera." McAllater. , It an absolute euro for nil such affections, description. The ball bsforo the dead-hoube announced. A Captain's',Fortunate Discovery. doors was literally packed with nnd am never without It Iu the house." "Tbo llnronln Frlesbach lived; tho throbattendants, white aa aihos with Colemsn, actir. Vt'tj mouth, plying Utweeu Mrs. L. E. Herman, 1ST Mercer st., Jersey bing artery proved it. Muscular contraction, aud all talking at onto. I gathered as any physician will tell you, iii entirely Atlantic City and K. v., had been troubled trltli City, writes: "I liavo always found from their conlltctfng statement that a possible in the dead. Arterial m ivements a cougb to th.it lie was unable to sleep, and was Aye r' Cherry Pectoral ueful In my famdevil of a disembodied tout was loose aio totally different In character aud are Induced to trr Dr. Klng'a New Dlscosery fur Conily." II. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., In tho bull ling and ringing tbo alarm. 'It cusceptible of but one explanation that sumption Itnotonly gsre blru Instant' relief, writes: "For the prcdy cure of buddeu is bound to bj m Herr Doctor,' persisted but allayed the extreme aireneis In hi breast life is not doad, but cleeplug. Colds, and for the relief of children atlllct-c- d the attendant on night duty at tha tlmoj 'it "As this Is a record ot plain fact, .vltb no Uischllaren wrcalmlUrly allected and a single is bound t J bs so, for No. 53 lsjm dead as necessity for a' dramatic climax, as In fic- dose bad the aaruo happy with Croup, I have never found anyt. Dr. Klng'a New over sue nns; I siw her mysslf ; but the tion, formulated thoories as to the cause ot Dicosery Is now tbo standard remedy in the thing enual to Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. signal is .down, and we all heard the bell such attacks would bo usolo-g- . Whatever Coleman household and on board the schooner, It Is the most potent of nil the remedies I ring.' You might ns wall reason with tLe bad been tbo cause, tbe result was a e have ever used." W. 11. Stickler, Tcrro Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at waves of tueouaasto attempt todl-slpat- e of death that would deceive tho Penny A McAUstei'a Drug Store. Haute, Ind., writes: "Aycr's Cherry tho Inborn superstition of the lower tier-ma- n clotoit scrutiny. I am not the only pbysl-cla- n Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung Po tit ire Cure for Piles. clas'e. I did not even attempt to who has been driven Into a labyrinth disturb it If they chooio to believe that of Indecision by su:h experience. ro the peopled this county we would tay that affection, supposed to lw Quick ConIndeed, 'souls walked' and 'fluttered airily back ami sumption. We now regard tha Pectoral wo are not In suck cases justitind in using we bare been gUen tho agency of Dr. Marcblsl's forth botwoen the cloomr walls of this anything in the shapo of remedial agents, Italian Pile 01ntu.ent-mpbatlcguaranteed s a household utctiiity." L M. tuoir temporary prison,' no words of initio except such drugs as act as prompters to to cure or money refunded Internal, External, !rainnrd, Minn., writes: "I couiu nave eltiict, torpid organs, tbo sort of position occupied Blind Bleeding or Itching Pile t. Price 60c a box. am subject to Hronchltli, and, wherever I "Finding mo dotermlnel to face the by the man under tbe balzs at tbe opsra, For aale by Penny & McAllater, Drugglitt. go, am ala,s sure to have n bottle of worst, whatever It might bo, tho door was "After dispatching a messenger for a caso reluctantly opened and I was admitted. ot surgical Instruments and a powdriul Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Tlit huge and dlmal apartment was galvanic buttery I bad tba Baronln Fries-bac- h Cherry We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsi'a but dimly lighted by , scatterod ga. jet . llftol from her resting place among Female Remedy, t cure Female Blown by the breezjs comfitful and, warmly those grim companion, aucb as Orailan troubles, InSsmmatlon and ing through the opeu windows, the wrapped In blankets, placed In the carriage. with hip. It U without a rltnl for tlio euro fllcVerliig light from the burners wavered She was still unconscious, but was evidently Ulceration, Tailing and Displacement or bearing of bronchial afiVcllons." in Miiftlug light and shadow across returning to a state which, It not exactly down felling, Irregularity, Barrenness, Change o I i'KKr,sitr.i iiv the pinched and livid feituro, Ion Hug nn life, bordering too closely upon it to risk r ir. Tnrhnrrhoa. besides manr weakneaseasprinK- liigrroru tbeaboTC, Jlko Headache, Bloating, Spiappournncj of motion to tho drawn lips and tho shock which tbo sight of hor surroundDr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. slgtitlots ejros. To ono unaccustomed to tba ings would Inevitably produco. Having nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, For sale by all Druggists. aspect of tho dead, the heavy lids feora aUo Instructed tho uneugor who had gone Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For anlo by really to stir, to (struggle against the for my Instruments to worn tho family of Prices tl and tl 80 per bottle. Send to Dr. lethargy laid upon them by the grlmmoit my arrival with my sad burden, there was J B. Marcblil, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. foo of mankind; I have never known the nothing to dotafn us. As wo passed into the For aale br Ptuuy A. McAUster. Druggists. 0LUBBIN& BATES. tlma when thess room, erected for tho dewy freshness of the early inornin; tho lying In state of the dead before In rial, rising tun was just beginning to throw long Consumption Cured. To those dcalrlog additional nadlng uiatlir wo were not (row Jed to the doors. At this aud slander figures of light through tbo will club Iho An old physician, retired from practlco, having tliiu, jwrlups, ns many as fifty bodies widely opooel windows. bid placed In hla banJs by an East India mission- sEsii-truuKii- Y i.vm.ioi: jouicvai. , men, women and children wars' ro,tlng "Catalepsy," continued tho doct-jrafter a ary the formula of a simple Timetable remedy for upon trestles. In the urgent hurry of our thoughtful pauso, "is on J of an endless ssrloi iheapoedyand ptruuoent cure of Consumption, A fjllflwn: errand it "ns impossible, so chs-l- did tha of nervous disorder, which science has never ilroachltls, Catarrh, Asthma Dd all Throat and With the - e,kly .. 53 CO trestles stand, to pass betwoon them with" " New Yoik World t 80 fully conquoro 1 or comprehended. Ic un- l.uriK Aflectlona, alsja positive and ra Ileal cure out striking against tho bodies themielves. questionably exist, but not, ai old women' Ur Nervous debility an I all Nervous Complaints, ' No-'1(0 York "un The cakots standing at the bend of all of tales would bnvu us hdltivo, Invariably " 00 " Harir' Miwasliie Us wonderful curative powers fi r having them, waiting tbolr consignment of ghastly by the helllsii torture of while " " 8 50 Hurrei's WnLly in bousuda of cases, has If It It his duty to make freight, did much to add to the bldeousness 'i In tbo " or oven rtj(tKiu .3 00 ,.k,.nin his sufierlni: fellows. Actuated byof tho scene. Strong as I am, nnd accuscaso, whatever the cause of tbo sus ' ' '2 40 flume ud Farm tbls motive nnd a desire to relieve human tutler- J It tun, tomed in tlio daily round of mod leal work pension of life's forosi, sku was tho same as mutter bi,n.Ultuii' u jtmi ilnlrn, i to all who Uoslri r win spnJ fri-of etiar-e- , to sights of horror, I found inytelf now iloaJ, and, most loitunately, bad been i, u (nr 'Hp It With our imint Kienth or English. siMi 1 iroublM jijI pxiwuxi n and sv vou leovercome. rnultilnx lor It, Ignorant of everything going on about ber It, thin recipe, In Gorman, J ." i . full ,iir.il.,n f.i- - nieiiHrluj Hid iising.sseni fn ui V ..in. "At last, in tho farthest corner of tho ', sv'ir " i. .Jr paiu. can by mail by addruulu? with ifcui, natujng . this I iv room, where tho chadons clustered thickest, ih.-i- ' '(,! M"? II,,.. - Chu- tb'e attendant stopped beside a trestle which rvj" V. 4.X1VW ! Poif Hi. V. euppof l8d the ilendwr figure of a wanan ro- - j lvl,U. half-sittin- g life-lik- bL POSTED. MT.ktU ... Mil it;isit,isoi tsuw hsiw HQiun i.nl.lHalHloanr.lln(hlt - - Allf . at fill I are po'ltlfs'T posted against all atther athlnit, nunung ior tsiusur aiiriuiun ii......im, . w... ..I .. tkMii.h -r.tmi v I III nut special ptrtult, tictpt visiting or on business wlta ; ... II. In nn nil Unit. VlaUtftrt IfliV eipKtprosoeullon to tht esttnt of the law . J.D. ouauoii A. V. CARMAN, O. D UOl'fKlt. A M. FELIND. 8TF.rU EN 11UUCU. IRVVIK. ssAMiroilD j, B. onuwr., I FOR OOUQHS AND Be Warned 5a no,i ... cjjfr. Ss ,MU" Ik Ssiiksri ,islsi suit mi ssssU sussas la,rlsl,u us mtslst lUsslsilsf strMlsrsat t T Orii.jp Utrt. lt Bright's Disease o, Cook are Agents for the Mean.' 8. JohnChurchACo. Pianos an I Organs, which following mast ucelltnt Instrumanti.- tho Knabo A. Co., Haxtltoa Bros., Dtsktr A Boa and Rrerttt PUooi. Also, Clauxh A Warrea and tba JohnCbureh A Co. Organs. These lastrumenti art most txetlleot In teat, of great durability sad wa dtfy coitlllon. Allofthtru art warranted A. 11. Ptnny, Mrt. for five years. BeferencM! E. M. Cirbeoter, J. M. Philips. 3. M. Moory and Btanforjt Mrs. UtgU llolrats, June. CrabOrcbtrJ: Utn. W.J Landraia and Miss Lit-t- it Uuffman, Lancaster, Ky. tut-bra- ct iWmaO "iTj. W ORGANS. llaly, broad-shouldero- FOBiSAJLTE ! IMl XT siXj Xj 3E3 1 IsT. sf ,m. tlsrr4 frsta a Irs Iks isaw) fistsa, Swim, tf Prevented llaniliig I with to atlt IhreeamaW trio tt ot good ona Fork Land, on containing tS this latter Acrtn and tbt third 140 with cotafortabla Iwproverotnts, id ileh land and In separata IracU. Alto ISO Acreaol No. 1 Knob Land on Maaon't (lap, naar Btanford. All of this land bat beou lately lUtTeytd and any one wishing to purchase can art rlat by calling on me. Will tell low for cash or on any reasonable Unit, cat, with interest Btanford, Kv "" P. 8,- -1 havt a number of Acre, Acre, t ski rrHsrlsi ttsssrlrsssrmlstSMtk.aat rUs Is trssp asS Un. v( us rslss is .lilrilarlsti IWss.emsliM "lit ( Us sislltf aasl-- i il Uu si.ll.li rlisl is sit SisSi, tn-tis 15 T.lloi, Ciikiii Rimisv os Bwiif Qr tn us lbs ns'M sasws. rssvs4f rsr Cssits, Crtsjs sill I S s Immm s i i 1,'i-is-- S atr " WALTIHA.TATLOR.AtUaU.Oa. ti nn Hiniimv HiTgLiaaaRY cutout, ssr liisrikss DiMslstf ssil CtUllsa Tsslklsf. tstsssskS ttSs ssttl. llsls, s rUutls,aai rxtiiit isssaBtUMi utsi, All jnrtiixi fMlu w. rrt-s, rEriAsp. lloth (or salt by Dr. M. L. IIOURNE, Btaafard. ' (Yeaillogt and weanlings) that I will tell low and ioyofiny fine ftmaln. aged onet ttlnte-- to 1th Dakt of Plalnvlew, a superior animal: or I will eicbangt for fat hogs. Aw oventocked. M. . A. 7J.lin XTlno Shorthorn Hulls, ex-pa- ct AYER'S JUST ISSUED. Letters From (ffllwitYittt HiwAitAtrs . r Chicago s si (ifl- - sr Throughl Coaohea and Pullman ileeping Car, , From Sarsaparilla Golden Latitudes. p A laige, finely Illustrated Pamplilet, THHouan "tTmk desoriptive of the Northwest. 8tatUtic. Via Loultvlllti compHed from official souroes. Bent Free Lve. Ixiultvlllt 17 11am I 0. H. WABBEN, Arr. Lafaytlte....M on application to 1 S JOpml " Chicago..... ., S 20 p in I O. P. A., St. Panl.H.nn. M-- Louisville te Chicago, ClHclnnntl to Chicago, iBdlaunpelU (e Chicago table 7 S SOaiu 8 P0 a tu SOpia Via Cincinnati Ague Cure I AYER'S MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Lvt. Cincinnati ... I saipi Arr. Chicago....... 'Dally fl.lly ticept Uuodty. " -- I nil Una poll .. I I T7 -- w .. 12 IS p . ml t ml 11 IHtiii JO p ui pru Propr Be tare yonr ticket reads via tht ut This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains iti High Roputation, AND Its Proprietor Is Determined thtt It Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iu Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of MONON ROUTE, (L. N. A. A C. ll'y) aa II la tha quickest, tbt Utt and moaidlrpct lint to Chicago and points In tht Kortbwttt. Tickets via the Mooon lloult on tale at all principal ticket oQcea. For rales, mait aud lull In formation, addrra WJI. 8. HALDWIS.U. I1. A., Chicago. A. J O'HtlLLV, O. 8. A , Louisville. their Quests. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R I Batsagt te frttor ehargt. Hperlal aeeonttoilatteai CommtrctalTravHsr!. Tkt Bar will la alwayt taptllta with tkt ekoicttt tad Cliart. kraadi ot Llii-o- rt will ktoavtf4t tad from tht St "UluoGrMJut ItoultV 8horteit and Quiokeit Boute from Oen tral Kentuokj to all Points North, East, West and Sonthwest. Fast Line Between Dyspepsia & Astbina Cau Be Cared. LEXINGTON halt-crazs- d, For Instant Dse Mead-bous- e' 11, IIM. There It perhaps no disease to prevalent at Dy up ptpslaor Indlgeatlon.andoot. too. thatmost to tbt eml-ntprneut Unit hat baffled the tklll of I be a of tht chronic phytlclant. ' j trmp-toiLav tbelr oHgln In Dy tptptla. Tht Ei. Hun. Dally Ex. Bun. are lots of appetite, Iom of neab, a fetllng oi naulullueai or weight In thettomach. ccculpnal 1 10 a mi t 10 n ml 1 00 p to Lvt. Covington.- -" sea or vomiting, acidity, flatulence, doll pain in 9 M ami Falmouth. 3t p mi J II p iu heaviness tht besd. with a sensation of low tplrltt, or glddl-nea- t, Cynlhlana. 11 ffl amllOWp a S7 p m aletpleaa-d- s irregularity of bowelt, .... . 11 to am 11 00 p m ft IS p m Fails tallow skin, derangement of kldncyi,and not Arr. Lexington. . 7 p to. " 17ptu un frequently palpitation of tht heart. symptoms .. II U am II CO p Lvt. Farla-..- .. If you axo suturing with any of thett IS K ud 11 to p ml S 10 p Arr. Wlnchtatar 11 1 00 p ml ,.J Richmond pa ct Two-lhlrddls-taBODTK-BOOM. ', f &. BcheduU In Efftct Oct. CICI.V ATI DR. HOLT'S CUI-E Dyspeptic Elixir WILL YOB. Ky.75-- " Lanrtattr .) S IS PDiHI-M.- H. " Rowland fi 00 P DlHimMM mm.. l.v. Itlchiuiai. ., 1 03 p m Arr. iiapu 00 tm " Livingston., .... Iii t a Brs... d. W re For tale by Dr. M. L. Uourne, Btanford, Hostb-Boc- J Wo. 11 ZfO. S No. 1 Lvt. Livingston. i88o THE COURIER-JOURNA- L. Cherry Pectoral AYER'S axoaua or LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. am iM.at or ?Iiiintinllea, Olt(nrcli!siii, nml the Spirit iifSrillmial rstrlfr. Thn Cxiilrr-Jmirna- issg Arr. Itlchmond . Lvt. llowlsnd .... " Lancaster ... Air. Klcbmond.M Lvt. Hlcbmond .... Arr. Wlnehnter.. Arr l'arli,, Lvt ' Lve. " Here 10 21 11 M m S00 Hi to !........ am ml......-- .. :!:; fi 7 13 a S 03 a ml... 11 00 am uij..,...., ..... .. 7 8(8 am, M 0) a m 1 25 p in ., am'., mi 1 t S U Izingtou Cyntbfana an -- ., ... . .. l cam-oter- y tor-ro- r, Cs-p- Ntwtptper ol the South. Is Oemocralic In .. n tint, I t, hi, kll Dm t in. t or a reduction ol Iht War Tsaet as vn tb !,, Uy Urn tarlif iw iu fuic. Tlio Yeekly Courier-Journl tlo nMpirr puMmIishI I lk I'rtilid Mat", mil f r II (jn miiiy m I iju.ilitv f IuhII'T Hut a!iiMts In imi It 1mi uf II, It is ( h. ri-i! news fi in telejrphlc liim I lies- - ' H. nny ultii-- r nn I It uf tin abli-- t V ii( is ii ml r. iristHMnli-iitIn lb. 1. 1 -- i, is il.n , Lm iIUxrv uis-lu- swirauw l Mcprttenta-til- K.t Arr. Covington " raliiiouth... jll 7 23 a m 8 20 a m 8 51a nn U 34 a ml SO a tnj 2 10 p m 20 pm S 30 p u! fl SO pin 3 M p ra 8 81 put 4 ta p tn' 87 put 00 p m 8 IS pju t l, , JM ATVlliLK 1IUANCH. NoaTH-IIOUM- lit WM-kl- r. ihii.i Jr, - s rl,i Lve Covington eff-c- i.iniirv. It iiKtili ll.net oltheeck frmii M.ryni II. ,1 ! tti Wcrld. It Kl. s tn m . ml. s ArrMlllersbitrg ' Carlisle ' " lxlngton.. " Tarlt . , . . torn-blanc- fir tbo Largest Circulation orany in Amorica. 1 llimir a Hic.it riiHiiiUr of Serial in 'I Short Stories by pr. mini nt ami Hinilir Mlli'rs ttinil ti'iy uf thiiiiRiiilriri It Is Iu owiy n.pti t u Modil PtUUctl ami ramlly faper. Tho Weekly Courier-Journtins by lliiuuktiuut l.lnli-fri'.-- .l al " JoliEfon... BOUTII-llOtlM- Maysvllln... Dally Dally T.x.. Hun. Kx. Hun. "I" 7 P0 n m 7 M a in 4 20 p m . . S 20 a mi 3 23 pin ... 8 47 a tu, (Hip ra ' 9 08 a m C 10 p tn In 08 a ml 7 07 p iu 10 40 a m 7 80 pm Ko.fll, VoST "WoTsT" TfoTfH" Dally Dally Ex. Hun, r.t. Hun l S 13 a tni 2 45 pm ..I a 27 a IU, 3 28 pia 2(1 a ..' 7 in, 4 21 p m Lve Maysvllle...... ally ISrcck-cnrldz- c, -- Ayer's Pectoral It It arknonMirsil hjr prest nn vw'l" liir. ugl.'iiit ti.o t mlf.1 bislis to l n filit i,i. at in p',' Rrtis' In eni'rpili i si-u- t in Hiiiiii) ; gnat in Its currtrtni.t of inform-I- I' n; Kri it in vnrlily; In evrry shi-- h of I his urd. 1 1 Is ( pa per III It crrj((y sli jnll 'I j lio villi .ill It Is u Kn.at i'i'uiliiuity tn Inst. Tho-- n kI o once take It aru uut willing to l. vlthout It In lliilr Ikhiics Jotintou Carllslfl 'lri Arr l'arls STA. $ttt Mlllersburg... . I. " Ixlngtorr. " Cavlngton ..J., A .. 7 S3a mi 4 47 .. 8 13 a raj 3 15 ..I 9 10a ml 10 . II SO a ml 8 45 pin pm pm Jim eliMter, DIa-ease- Ninl our I'rtiiiliini hupiUni-ut- , tlvlug uur full Hat of premiums, tu uii utMistr. of lian varn ty are uili-rri- l m. On rwilpt of a i fret ol chirqo sainlu A list pri-a- t FREE PREMIUMS. and useful prrinliims GUBSCRIPTION- TERM3. - 1 1 free to )early sul.scilli- ijiust for tlietu, wnd copy uf rekly t'mirlir-Juitri- Drug-gist- s. -- Ccurler-J'iuriial- .. tcs-e- We: ty, ono )mr, Including t fnt prr- niiuiii J1.J0 Wscklj, toclulmi'f fl and orrr, wllliout premium, mill ... 110 For every club ol flvo names sent us st one time, the sender ol club Mill bo sent at a present any one ol our Irea premiums selected by him. I) illy, cpt HiimUj ), dun jnnr $10 00 lull), iimiit Siiinlii)i, sit liuiiiilis. fio Dnily, ((.xojit Sunduj), ono muntli I .is) Sunilny, ono yiur 2 m) Siiiidjy, six lu.ihtlu , i,in) Ko trnelliiit ngntt nro employe.! l.y llm Puuiloi.Juurii.il, liiilngwdlteuliiMiitli woiilol fur it in iiuy roiuniiiiilly, tu mIhiiii a lil.t-rI'll roiiiiiilnlou Is ulluwvil. If tlio Imj no lutul agrut In )uur ni'lglilior-Imsrii'l to im fur uur Artii's Convasshu; Outfit, wliltli uwn,l fiiiiof tlmrar. onlfis, riiU. Is I. r outrlti, t ssiiti.lv Kiiiui, i'te sliuuM liuuiir.s)i tu C uttrler-Ji'iiiius, Allmib-srrlplloii -- itllw UImii Win. THln. 4 n,1 Loxlogton and Covington; other trains except Sunday. aruiUlly I 1.1 ..lAn. .... u.m.u n. 11 llituvici llt. .. C.1UII. mil m.,l.l Wln.l,A.l.. 1lllVV Chestpeak e A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, ,, uu titluuntingion, oariesiou, it, i es. Fast Line: Nos. 8 and 4 run via V.'lnclnster, D.1M Train, will. Ill II .n fl HltWltllflt. Pi.. IdllirMI Clnclnnttl und Hlcbmond, Va., and Wlucheitot and Waalilnglon, D. C. llirOUVII lICKSIB II1U II.X.K" CIICC&VU IU UJ destination reached by t railroad. M O, l'aisenger Ageut, Covington, Ky. C. W.SMITlf, Mriieral Managor, . 11. iUlltol., n. it. nttit ii.r.or. i, Trav. l'ass. Agent, Lexington, Ry II. W. FULLIUI, 0n Af FOR liar-ouin- e W. N. HALDEMAN, rrriUt 0swkgswMl ffc, i.ofisviM.i;, kv Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than must men, nnd used more nnd more every year. ' "b-dltH- ir- ..I ' 3 s PAPEK Yffiriu luut Ih) u - . u.rt-H.- ls lil.'su lor it tt" rn til A nf HnTi I "&VSm "Ad'. tXwhn. ..n.l f i. ftn.v xfi.svs SS.riT1i.ltT f- - '