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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886011901 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. Stems VOL. XIV. n n Hlll ntrfiaf lonfiwL. STJROEON 4 1 ' STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1886. NO. 91. DKNTIST, I QARRMD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. " . Mistake ot the Printer." HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. CANDIDATES. J.HTJTjTMAW, A short time since, in a letter to tbe 8TANFOBD, KY. As an illustration of tbe vitality tf Lancaster. OfflceBouth side Main Street, two doors abovs Ltmrcat, I temJe a brief mwtlon1 .of news our people it may be mentioned that a parThe February term of the Garrard W. B. WITHERS ths Myers HoUlt paper life, and (be varied experiehcee con- ty given at T. L. Carpenter's, tome distance Circuit Court begins next Monday with a Is a Candidate far Assessor, subject to tbe action Pars Nitrons Oxlds Gas aimlalstered whoa required. ntbUnttta Tunttttv Mini ViIit nected therewith, nnd while not desiring to -- AT oflhe Democracy, In the country, on Wednesday night, was very light docket. go back on history entirely, I mutt give John Simpson, Infant son of Dr. Nellargely attended and greatly enjoyed. fta DB. W. B. FENNY. tuy version of the origin of the expresE. D. KENNEDY Xonti8t, Uriah Dunn, who reached home from son Mays, died last Wednesday, aged three will be ex-- '; It ti urtsrsteed If ws credit Out f MO BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. sion "It's a mistake of tbe printer," Some pcted aoddsmandtd. the South about the beginning of the storm, month. Interment In Ltncas'tcr cemetery Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of OSes on tancuter street, next door to lam-mio-a tbo Democratlo ptrty. few rears ego, Capt. Frank J. White, "tbe of mules with Tuesday. hat made up a Joursal oQce. Office hoars from 8 to 12 A. lightning type Better," u be Is called, wm M.and 1 to 5 1. if. Anesthetics administered wbes which he tinted back to South Carolina on I -- Tac town c'ock ha- - a rival now right W. P. WALTON. necessary. IMMyr.) engsfed in "setting ud" a communication Batnrday. Of GEORGE S. CARPENTER conrso there Is very little under its nose. Sjm) shrewd advertising to tho Interior Journal, from tome business transacted now, a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to ths acagents ha-- e planted a time keeper covered, Is of theTemocracy, tion polnl In PulaakT, and it should have read Atlantic Monthly.) The elemental embargo was not fairly with "ads." In front of the court-bousAs - that the place, Point Isabel, was tanked in Native writer have suggested a connsog removed until Friday morning. Previous a target for youths it will JT.1 M. JOHNSON Dressed Pine Flooring, Oeillng, Weather t toe' between peculiarities of ollmaU find honor of Alfonso's mother, but the Captain to that date a few adventurous citizens from undoubtedly prove a success. th msmul tWraontatlon noticoablo In St hurriedly made it appear in typo as 'being Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coilntr. sub the country succeeded in running the blocki'ttsrsburz.' Kora woath summer rnges The protracted revival conducted by Ject to the sctlon ol the Democracy. Lumber in the Bough, including wttti aa almost tropical beat, driving tb "named in honor of A I. Jones' mother," ade and reporting the condition of tbe Rev. H. L. Simons at the Methodist church Laths and Shingles. wealthy to hIr cool country residences, whom be said lived in that eeclion, and de- rural regions. The oldest Inhabitant dis in this place is causing a deep feeling in re WILLIS C. HARNETT but leaving the poor afoot on tbs Mistering clared that it was a mistake quite natural, 2For the convenience of our customers in Stan-folikes to give op his cherished memories of ligious circles. Paoked houses greet the Is a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln granlts pavements of th duit-tw.pand vicinity we have arranged with Geo. city. At midday, when tbs but we had tbe laugh on him all tbe same. "notable" weather and refuses to testify. gifted speaker and it Is thought that tbe county, subject to primary election of tbe Demo- D. Wear en to keep on his yards an assortment of our Lumber, where ther can get It as cheap as cratic party. when On another occislon a contributor to that Tom Nail insists that tbo season has not streets eom to run with liquid fir., from us direct. He will also make estimates for meeting will be one of universal good. scarcely any pedostrians aro abroad, and piper from another place stated that Mr. any bills not on bands, which we will fill on short yet vindicated itself that we have had onMiss Mary Scott, of Jessamine, was to notice. MELVMN Jb DA VIH, IV. T. SAUNDERS aTn Um policomin bai mired tbo enjoy tbs Blank' son was dsngerautly III of typhoid Lily, Ky. droshky ly a foretasie of the energies of the coming visiting Miss Kate Mason last week, Mr. lumryot shads, you may mo a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to tbe action ol driro stinging to hit post of duty, tbo fever, and a typographical error made it winter that the suffering of the put week B. M. Durham, of Danville, wis in town Is Democracy. tbe equipcarter urging on his read that his sow was dangerously ill of ty- is only a prelude to the dirge of distress to Sunday. JJr. J. ii. Kinnaird baa gone to age,' tin vendor offering ' bb warm with tbe phoid fever. The father of A. the bor rushed be witnesjed further on. But consolation cry which la a tbrisk; and tbs beggars, New York to attend a course of lectures. T. H. PENNINGTON into the sanctum a few days later and de- la found in tbe reflection that while Tom is sesloMi' by pUntltuds of rags, await Mrs. W. A. Barnside is seriously ill of Is a Candidate forJCounty Clerk ot Lincoln, subins tbslr copott at ths biasing door, manded an explanation with a pistol, when confessedly more truthful than G, Washing- pneumonia, C. C. Carson, of Stanford, was set to the action of tbs Democracy. What add. to be wm told that it was "a mistake of the oftthurch and cathedral THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ton ever was, he is by 00 means a success as in the city Saturday. Mr. Hugh Logan, tbj fntolerabloness of s summer day la St. The a progncalicalor of atmospheric phenomna. H. PAXTON I'oUrtKurg to the abnormal amplitude of printer," and his anger subtldeJ. ia In town having a picnic of Cincinnati, And the Louisville thji are through which tbs solar raya manuscript of Mr. W. P. Walton, of the Dr. Brown is the only man who seems inIs a candidate for County .Attorney, subject to the selling spring "blocks." descend upon tbs capital. Thoroughfares Interior Journal, I am told reaetnblee primary election to occur the first Saturday in Courier-Journ- al different on the question. His cherished long wad broad girt tbs ky an aspect of the" Oou and tasty collection of flowers has succumA woman was in disguise and wan fleeunuual vattasas, whits ths high buildings, that of lion Henry Watteraou, of One year for only $3-t- wo psrrs for little more than tbo price of one. with their Ion J tracks of suu oud shads, rioJoumai, which a Texas practitioner of bed to the inevitable. Bat this is too sad ing from some crime she had committed. JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD for tbo imagination tbo duration the art preservative who was here some She waa traveling in a stage coach and prolong By paying us 13 you will receive for one year of Hgbt and heat. Thus, srsn to tbs time since, described as looking tike a a theme. Vft hear of bnt little serious stopped at a country Inn. The travelers Isa Candidate for Coanty Attorney of Lincoln, subject to tbs action of tbe Democracy. your boms paper with the l, damage to live stock in this region. The powotsod of uoatth and leisure, tbs classths alighted and the supposed man got out rcpreeentatlTe newspaper of the South, democratpiece of paper that had been traveled over St, ratorsburg day In tummsr nearly fowls that were not housed suffered most. ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the best, twsaty hours iotsrvsulng botween funrlso by a cockroach lhat had just crawled out A few men are complaining of frozen ears with the others. All went to the wash brightest and ablest iamlly weekly in tbe United JUDGE T. W. TARNON States. Those who desire to examine a sampls nndtsanaet U a white, glaring, tuttainsd of an ink bottle, and henco with' this shelf at tbe end of the porch. A man was Is a Candidate fot to tbsofflce of Coun- copy of tbs Courier-Journmain we got through can do so at this offieeu and fiogers, but in the wsarlasu. To feel what it tnuit U to thoso sitting leaning against the post of the ty Judge, subject to the action of ths Democracy. the following errors of composi- ptetty comfortably. who toil In strut and field, stimulated for porch. He was watching the women in talks' that begin atil and with tbs tight by tors, while assuring In tho extreme, are in J. D. SWOPE scant allowance of black bread and water- a measure excusable, a they htd to 'suets disguise as she washed her face and hands The Preacher and the Editor. OHIO HY. melon, ons tnutt go in fancy to some Afrio at what was written: Recently Col. Walnnd when she waa done he at once arrested Isa Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject Some time ago the editor of the Weekly tiara king, metropolis wherein tbs to.tbe action of tbe Democracy. torment, of imtuM are adJed to ths cruel-ti- e ton wrote that "UL'ei Shine would play Mi- JTire l'ly and tbe preacher of the Mount her, He discovered her sex by her manner Ken til clip's Route East of man. kado at the Opera House," when the in- Joseph church changed places, not only in of applying the water in washing her face. GEORGE B. COOPER A MIDSUMMER NIGHT Or BEAUTY. , telligent compositor made it read in type a nominal way but made an actual transfer All men rub up and down and snort. All voa of Lincoln, subject It k, naturally, au inoxpresdbto relief that"81tnoo Shlnee would pay Mike Adam of property. Tbe preacher in his first edi- women apply the water and stroke gently Is s candidateoffor Oouaty Clerk party. to the action the i. emocratio Washington, Fhiladolphta and that to the unbearable mmer day of tbs downward Chicago Tribune. Now York. sixtieth rarsUiI succeed a night of brief cfl at the Orphans' borne," which was quite torial said: "We bare taken the responsibility of JAMES P. BAILEY yst Strang beauty. A cool moaint comei a noticeable change. Another compositor Tbo only line running A meeting of the Kentucky Press Assoat latt In which the atmosphere has n juit insetting up Col. W.'s manuscript about a running this paper, and we request onr Is a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the actepid obb and now, healing and grateful to train being flagged for soino purpose at readers to pay np at once, and pray at their ciation is imperative and can no longer be tion ol tbe democratic party. FUUsMAX NEW SLEEPING CABS strictly titeaklug, pnt off. Something must be done and that tbs sense. There li then, AKD We understand that I nlht at all, Gum Sulphur made the type say that the earliest convenience. neither light nor dark. It it speedily to protect the press from periodiT.D.NEWIjAND SOLID It la night unachieved, incomplete; night "train was flogged wrerely at Untnblejr," Anderson Gregg cut oil tboend of his finFROM full of the chuto mystery of early morning. and the same young man, instead of mak- ger tbe other day. We hope and pray that cal installments of educational literature Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- Louisville. Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky., from one Goodknight. Tbe sky it to lumtnoui that ouo may read Owensboro Mes- Jcct to the action of the democracy. to Washington City, small print in tbs opjn nlr without offort. ing another paragrah read that a "distin- be may get along all right. A cow belong- senger. Connecting In the same dej ot with It U light with a hue of it own wen, It it guished gentleman died at Oceola" had the ing to Jim Poke McLaughlin lost one of IV. L. DAWSON A meeting of one in the Kcus office ef laid, In no other part of tbo world a deli- type to proclaim that "he died about 4 her horns. We pray she may recover, A Fast Trains for Wow York. fectutlly rquelched the said Goodknight. Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, subcate green of marvolous tenderness, deepen- o'clock." The Col. again wrote that a The Direct Bouts to man named Scaggi was killed at Bailey's ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. horlaou into blue, and in ths ing near the If a few more editors knew slush from resd Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia sun in vivid certain bill of faro included, among other ferry last Monday. We are are thankful it ing north expanding toward tbs and North Carolina Points. matter they would not bore their readalternations of row and amber. To tbs ordin- thine, vegetables, bits, chicken, etc , but was no worse. We pray that the LegislaFor tickets and further information, apply to SAM. M. OWENS ers with the schoolboy compositions of tbe Is a alary aya ths heavens, though clonr, aro candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sub- your nearest ticket office or addresa W. W.MonWe trust the tvpe insisted that it was the "ion chick ture may not forget to adjourn. roe, Dlv. Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington ject to the action of the Democratlo party. "editor" of the Kentucky 8. T. eckmost starless; only brilliant liko Voa and Ky. en," etc., which might have been true, but tbe crop may be better next season. We enndge hews. Arcturus havo power to make an impression O. W. HMITIT, H. W. FULLEB, on tbs retina. Hummer midnight in tbs the manuscript didn't say eo. But of all the hope the severest part of the winter ia past. Qen'I Manager, Qen'l Paaa'r Af't. D. B. CARPENTER, Itussian capital li thus a simple twilight typographical errors ever made, and done so We have faith in our ability to run this pamen sneer at tbe want of courage When Richmond. Virginia. as County Attorney, Is a Candidate for uniting day to day, Mparated from actual easily, too, was in the sentence "a good in women they seem to forget that a ten- subject to the action of tbe Democratic pal ty. per." morning only by a few brief momenta. IU house-keepe- r was absolutely es The editor, without embarrassment, took der and delicate girl will silently, and i remarkable. Native residents cook and social effect at St Petersburg aro rarely hi bed sarlior senual to domestic happiness," and one his place in the pulpit, but ho soon became without a sign, endure untold agonies in JAMES W. ALCORN than 12 o'clock. To Istua rortu an bour bo that occasioned considerable comment confueed. Striking the Book of Books he breaking in a pair of boots two size too Is a Cadldate for Circuit Judge la the this Disforo midnight, with tho pork or publio garsmall for her, while a man will rip and trict, ruuject to the action of the Democracy. des for one's d.itinatioti, i. a faibionable among the readers of the Interior Jour said: 1 H. & W "Hereafter we will not receive old books snort as if he was shot If his buck corn habit, sanctioned by tho highest precedent!. nal. The writer recalls to mind these few To r.turu from theatre or promenad. at 1 a instances of the "mistakes of the printers," in exchange for our gospel. Turnips will happens to be disturbed by a bit of careless R. C. WARREN m, ii by no mean. unusual. Tbe immediate as the origin of the ex- do very well, but we are not a cow. Never leathei. to tbe office of Com- Thedlrect through line and old established routs Is a Candidate for Is mach lose of drop; tbo ultimate ef- and assigns such remit from Dismonwealth's Attorney of the fect of Mutes laU hours appears In a peculiar pression mentioned at the beginning of this before was this pulpit in such a flourishing A woman may not be able to sharpen a trict, subject to tbe action of tbe8th Judicial Democracy. irritability. and advertisers should make a pencil or throw a stone at a hen, but she form of nervous not too brief paragraph, and mentions them condition, Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis Tbo cold beglai Its attack at early ai Au- more especially for the edification of those note of this fact. Our mourners bench goes can pack more articles in a trunk than a and all points in the West. O. H. WADDLE gust. Day It tbeo vulnerable In tbs narrow Now is to every postoffice in the country. irresistible e wagon. man can in a nock of twilight which tbo tun falls to who by chance, or from the Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of of it, have become thoroughly ac- the time to become a deacon in the church guard, and through this tbe winds blow tbe 8th Judicial DlMrict, subject to theactlonlof Two (2) Dally Trstns from Louisville to St. Louis. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati THE REV. OEO. II. THA YER, of Bouiboa tne ucmocraiic pan j. frwm the icefields. Frost quickly enters the quainted with the mysterious workings of two dollars per year, one dollar for six to BU Louis. Loach, and under cover of growing darknsu 8retaw months and sample copies sent free. The Iod.,iays."'Botb myself and wife owe our lire preservative of all arts." in its entire the "art toBHILOITS CONSUMPTION CURE. For eals territory once Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati a JOHN ti, TAN WINKLE text says that trains going north arrive at at M. L. Bourne's. in Harrodsburg Democrat. tot, Louis. length Is gradually wan for winter. a Candidate for Circuit Judge of tbe 8th Disexample, not only This can not be disputed eveulags, for 2 o'clock r. t. ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion, It to tbe Primary election ol the Demtrict, The Wisdom or Hioh License. Tbe for it was spoken of by Jeremiah the Constipation, Dizziness, Los of Appetite, Yellow ocraticsubject to be held tbe 1st Saturday In March, Tho Only Lino by which you can briag bacic many of last year' overcoats, party got a Through Bleeping Car (bay empty thacouatry retlionret, aud open amount of revenue derived from liquor liSkint Sbiloh's VlUllzir is a positive cure. For I486. generation of vipers, see ad sale at M. L. Uourne's. a social kiwi that U Mire to Ut untl cense in Chicago under tbe new law has prophet, oh ye From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. bx. vertisement in another column. February, or even March. In October SL WHY WILL YOU cough when Shlloh's Cure increased from $200,000 to $1,500,000 a IVtnrebarg 1 fairly bsiegsd. The houte-holdeRr 1VT Is the only line running will giro Immediate relict? Price 10c, SOc sndjl. X 1VA. through irom Louisville How Nice to be Postmaster. Female College, andHO trenched behind double windows, year, and the number of saloons has deFor sale by M. L. Bourne. Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being e A young postmaster of a village replies to tho atmospheric attack with creased from 18,000 to 9.000. The license made up of a combination of small roads. HUILOU'S CATARRH REUEDY- -a positlTS STANFORD, RY crackling loj4 of plus and birch, until tbe was bard at work when a senile tap cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. less in Railway runs stovs threaten to bring back charge is only $500, which is much c;reat llttuliu ALEX. S. PAXTON - - PRES. The Ohio A Mississippi trains; LuxuriantPalatial Sleeping Cars on night Parupon the door, and in stepped For sale at M. L. Bourne's. n uilmlo mur of iUown. Iiut without proportion to the amount of "(joods" sold wss heard lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coacha bashful maiden of sixteen, with a money iNexpugnable. es on ali trains. tito ouoiuy It Buckten's Arnica Salve. and the profits upsn them than the local The Second Term of tbe present session will bo. TEIULS AND rLEASl'UEJ Ot WlTKIlS. Tbo best Salve In the world lor Cuts. Bruises sin Feb. 1st, 1E80. Locatteu pleasant; discipline Direct and close connections are made In UNION tax paid by retail merchants who do the order, which she desired cashed. She handDEPOTS with diverging lines by theO. A M. kind but firm; Instruction thorough. Pupils On the coldett days not men, but fun aro same amount of trade in other linos. The li ed to the official with a bashful smile, who Soros, Salt Rheum, Fercr Sores, Tetter, Chapped Railway, thus avoiding troblesoino transany time. Send for circular. fers by other routes. Abroad. At forty degree. Uuaumur the cense Is therefore, not a hardship, and those after closely axamining it, handed her tbe Uands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway is tbe only line and posItlTely cures Piles, or no pay required. I, human face become hivl'dble tbnt is to money it called for. At the same time he Is guaranteed to glre perfect satisfaction, or money botween Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis collar ot who pay it are protected from a competition nay, disappears in the twelro-lnc- h Rent. Store Room under one management, running all Its turned upward. Without a bear-fckl- u that would deduct more from their profit aaktd her if bIio hnd read what was written refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For salo by trains through solid and In consequence of tliis Wind all accldouti nre boiiio-timis recognised First-ClaPenny A Mc.Vllstcr. of the order. Route beThe large and deurable Store Roomln Tick does. The diminution in the on the margin tween those Cities. p34ule, A beard U a. troacboroui than the tax JouRKii. building, frontteg on Main it. "No, I have not," she replied, "for 1 An Old Citizen Speaks. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines, for thins to lie lu tbe way of a vnpnr exbalol number of drinking places is a dUtinct Is tor rent. Apply to lull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars Mr. J. M. Norrls, an oil clllisa of Rome, (la. from tbe Iuiisk. iaany a man goot out for gain to the community in thres nays. csn not make it out. Will you please read or any desired Information, or write to II . V. ir.l l,TOX, Stanford. ssys that he bad been badly troubled with Kidn harmless walk to return with bis mouth Thoe that are closed aro usually of the it for mt?" ROUT. II. FORMAN, t. frocurely clood by a clamp o( kolid loo. The Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. R'y. Ky. ' The young postmaster read as follows: "I ney Complaint for a great many years and with lowest type, tho temptations to drink are W. M. PEABODY. 10 o'clock. W. H.SUATIUC, stmdoos uotris uuw until aluioit Eczema for three years; at times could sesreoly Uen, Pass. Agt, Pres. and Gen'l Man'gr, send you $3 and a dezjn kisses?" BUILDERS ATTENTION Kven at mi Iday it it dlftlcult to bolluvo diminished, and the pollco supervision of walk, and had tried mauy remedies without benCincinnati, O. Glancing at the bashful girl, he said; efit, before he began taklog Electrlo Hitters and tbnt th'i larze r.U ball you sa swimming In the traflkU made easier by a reduction in now prepsred We lumkinds tremulous vapor a few dagraes above tbe the number, amounting to nearly you tho money and I anointing bis bands with Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ber In arc rough and to furnish allplaning olmills. "Now I have paid sgeuts for the borUou, is tho tame orb as that which hung This treatment afforded htm great relief and be Keep constantly on hand dreued flooring, celling, you want the kisses." doors, sash, blinds, moulding over tho city in summer. DmorJ at li and by the interest of those who pay high suppose hlsh strongly recommends Electric Bitters to all who "Yes," she said "if bo has sent me any sutler with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood Ac, at lownat prlcev most ooch ether by gaslight. A Ion,; night license In aiding in the suppression of unS9tl ntllGItT &1XETV.ILF. full of lotbarglo iiilluouces licensed sale. Both in the matter of the kisses I want them, too." succeed, Puilncr. Sold by l'suny A McAUster. heightened by tbe intensity of the cold. To is hurdly nce;sary to say that tbe balI. it is a night of revenue and of regulation high lioense is tho poor aud badly Afosf Excellent. ance of tbo order wss promptly paid, and Louisville & Nashville K. R, hardship aud sulToring; to the wealthy, a vindicating its wisdom. J.J. Atklni, Chief of Pollco, KnoxTllle, Tenn., in a scientific, satisfactory mauner at that, time of uiuusement nnd dissipation. In no TUB OBEAT 8TANKORD. KY. Farmer (to physician) "If you git out and eminently satisfactory to tho country wrltei; "My family and;i aro beneficiaries of your capital hi tbe world are tbe ploaiuros of r, and Htuod with a my way, doctor, any time, I wish you'd maiden, for ebe went out of the office most excellent medicine, Dr. King's Newto Dlscov. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor wlntor, be all ery for Consumption; having found It THROUGH THUNK greator svst than ia Bt. Petersburg. stop nnd eoo my wife. She says she ain't smacking her lips ns if there was a tnsta that you claim for It, doslre to testify to Its vir- Slxe of Stago,"20xJ0, EUht coumlete sets of fckn. r amusements of The commoner TO TUB ery. Scuticg capacity, Including galliry, tue. My friends to whom I lure recommended It upon them sho never encountered betorc. tho cold keasou All tbe thoroughfare ot the feelin' well." r to good Attraction, Dr. King's New praise It at every opportunity." are some of herymp-tomt?- " Physician "What capital with sound and movemsnt during After she arrived at home she remarked Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure tbe por'iod of frost. Tbo first fall of snow e to her mother: Eb, mother, but this Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evdroiiky to their conslg'it tho Farmer ''I dunno. This mornin' after Is a great thing, deery affection of the Throat, Chest aud Lungs. TriWITH system of ours u'lutei quartcrj. and thou upiour a hott of sledges not equaled for beauty and compact she had milked the rows an' fed the stock, veloping more and more every year, and al Bottles Free at Penny A MoAllsler'a Drug Store. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Largt size. SI. ncsi any whore ia the world. No Industrial an' got broakfast for the hand, and washed new feature added seems to be the Tlio moat popular Weekly newspaper dftroted art in Iiuwia has luachod tho purfoctlon the dishes, au' built a fire under the soap-kett- each Jimmy pent mo a dczen kisses along totcieoco, mechanics, enBinrcring marmerlea, InPositive Cure for Piles. best. produces tent lona and ratenta ever published. Ktcry num- Louisville which tbs carriage-make- r with To tho peopled this county we would say that ber Illustrated with splendid enerarinca. This in the lane, and done a few chores with the money order, and tho postmaster vehicles structures thoso dedicate, fairy-lik- o imUlcation furnlahca a most valuable encyclopedia to Nuslivalle, nf Information ublcta no pereon should be without, to feast tho oyo upon, about tho house, abo complained o' feelin' gave me twenty. It boats tho special de- we hare been given tho Agsncyof Dr. Marcbisl's which it it a pleasure ltleuiililrs 'lhe popolanty of the bClCNTiriu AIUUUCAN Italian Pllo Ointment emphatically guaranteed Tho tiniest hinder tired. I shouldn't be surprised if 11 raro luxury to be driven in. ueh that ita circulation nearly co.ualathat of all United Statoa to cure or money refunded Internal, External, other papers of ita clam combined. Price. (3.3) a Allniiin,Montgomery, and doiutiest of them, you think, was suroly hi-- r blood was out o' order. I guet8 she livery system all hollow." Tear. DiacouattoL'lubs. Bold bjr all newsdealer. Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SOc n box. people. It Mall. uotniado for use by grown-u- p M UNN A CO,. PuMlahers. No. XlUroadwar. N. Y. Hock, m dose of medicine." Harper's Bi-z- ir. For sale by Penny AMcAlliter, Druggists. must be u toy sledge. Hut on the drivor nn-Alunn A uo. baro AiS"pwiifa clock at Green A large Jtlobilu ami IV civ OrlcaiiH. f!fSi!ia T Wrt; tbrutlng bis logo into a narrow tilt into its Daughters, Wives and Mothers. "Kmmmmmmmmm )rJ,ttlce before Cove, Fia , which hai kept time for one front, you are led to tako courngo und 1 1 is eaid that glycerine in He pure state the Patent Ofllco and hare prepared Wo emphatically guarantor Dr. Marchlsl's mount. There is just room for a sliigla Only one chango to points In being set back to stan hundred yeare, on moro than. One Hundrod Thou- Femalo Remedy, t cure Female not au iuch two little, not n flngor should not be used for chapped hands, as it n&nd applications for patonts in the I time refussd to run regularly. FiI nlltU btatea and lorulKU couutrle. such as Ovarian troubles, Inllainmatlon and too much aud, oiicj toated, nway you nru iIiuiIm moisture from tho skin, thus leav dard CavcatR. Trid.MArki. forward to bur time, when Ulceration, Falling aud Dlipiacemeut or bearing Asftianmenta. and all other napcra for drawn, TiltUnspood und safety nt Hrst When nally it wss set it dry aud liable to crack securing- to Inventor their right in the Uttlutbsond strangely onjoya nrf to its (oases and has run regular- down Ml lug, Irregularities, Uarrouness, Changool ITnltf.l KtAte. ('Anuria. Hnclanil. 1 ranee. diluted with water, however it returnetl Germany and other forelitn countries, prebie. Not ks8 compictly constru'tod are tho imider-itelLlfe,Leucborrhua, besides many weaknesses springGreen Cm Ex. ly ever since. pared at short notice audou reasonable teruu. larger slodgoi, lOmo of which am capabldof ulvcirice is an oxcellcnt application ing from tho above, like Headacbo, Bloating, SpiInformation aa to obtalnici; patents cheera fully ciren without eharir. of Seeking homes en the line of this rosd wlllrecolve accommodutlug twenty or thirty plouauro-jookornal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, speslal rates. Information Kent fre.. Patents obtained People anxious about the taking up of ' Djath from cxposuro" was the verdict while Lolow tho "turu-oui- " for a Ac. For sale by DrugOn are noticed inllie Solenllfto Palrltstlonolthellotrt, throuiib Munn A B"Sc-Ileyis American free, 'lue juamai:einfut,a rlngla person tbo blodo doiconds lu a recently rendered by a Helena (M. T.) jury the public lnndo can solace themselves with gists. Prices St and 3 1 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. Ascntofth' Coraranr utrrtMroul well imitertooil by dl periuna "ho wish udl.- gradual diminuendo, until it is mlnuto , tbo tody of h hoe thlof who had bcen Ue fan tli tharfi aro in Alnskn 369,524,- - J. B. Marchisl, Utlca, N. Y., for rainphlet, free, P0 of their patents.. c r . .i P.E..O. uUvTlieViIifr Adlra ilU'N & Cf. Oulco SslEHnrtS ououh to please tbe iimullettglrl nul carry ' a.o Pvuit) a Mt A 1st i. Druggists. ( u .i, ut .a cu of. 1 llroadway, Ctvw lull. . I tui anntlCA. uUii-- J ry vIJL its . t!10,t IvtlC'L'fl'' lit tljll f M-S(tceUi! 3nttriorourna! il rim annum, cash. uinim car-loa- d LUMBER! pistjl-shootin- ri t, 23-5- m Oranil Combination J. Weekly Courier-Journa- al BUD A TRAIN A.-Br- O. & M. one-hors- heat-ridde- n Hep-tetab- r, post-offic- Stanford J. pro-cauti- et for ' ss 7S-- tf I one-hal- weather-boardin- L. & N. F33K& HOUSE out-doo- LINE out-doo- post-offic- SOUTH & WEST le TO. little pas-toiig- DIs-erso- i Conr-riizbt- a. I Arkansas and Texas.' EMIGRANTS - sj Haud-bnolc- 3 -- ! 3.. . tV -- S: i V were convicted at and Jned each $900 and given accede to the demand of the Senate that he furnish retains which prompted the re 18 months in jail, for unlawful cohabita' Praia o tbe Lord. God is Love and Nothmoral of various office holderr, and when tion. ing Eke." 1880 January 19, Stanford, Ky., A necro man 107 years old and who he once makes up his mind he is as firm as Wo have tried the credit business thoroughtie rock of Gibralter. The demand is ur has 200 living descendants, was driven from Firrraiaunn, India, Dec. 8th, 1886. raaronable sod ought to ba treated with tho house by a heartless son at Btrnesvillr, ly and wo don't llko it. Wo think wo know h .WTtNUKD lTtOM LAST ISSUE.! W. P. WALTON. , Bill bow. strange Gt., andfrezs lo death. ' contempt. tyUijo have this all when wo hnvo enough of anything, and licnco Mrs. F, V. Logan died Sunday night, 11 braved a thouCol. Dick Jones, of Louisrille, is some Jan. 10th, after an illness of several weeks. set forth on "The ig that the - TnK retirement of Got. Cartln from sand years the battlo and tho breeztl" on and what of a wag. The other day when a bill Her remains were buried in the cemetery Yet it is ever so. And must be so since IsCommltlee on Foreign Affiirs, and the apwas preesntcd in the House prohibiting the Somerset Reporter. here on Tuesday. pointment of Perrj Belmont to the posirael and Britain are Identical. But to rekilling of deer in Whitley county for five Tho Court of Appeals has affirmed the turn to our "Union Jack," and Its wonder-(tion is pretty generally condemned hjr word "deer" be years, he moved that the sentence of death against Robert Fowler, tkore who lore fair play and dielike to ho "make up." stricken out and "man" inserted. The Col. convicted in Union county nf the murder statesman aaubbcd. The N. a faithful old Bf laying St, George's cross over St, has evidently heard how they kill men up -- Wo' will sell goods- of Miss Llllle Burnett, after outraging her. Andrew's we have the "Jack" of 1010-180- 1; Y. Sun can not let the fact pass without a those that way. No storm In yean was so destructive the first being the date of tbe Union of Enword of honor for this reterao frem We are indebted to Gen. Fayette Hewitt, to shipping as the last. More than 300 ves- gland and Scotland, under tbe first King of who knew him in the days that tried men's -FORsouls, and who appreciate his extraordinary 0ur excellent Auditor, for a copy of bis re- - sels were wrecked ofi the Atlantic coast Judah, who reigned over "all Israel," in tbe Twenty-thre- e port for the two last nical years. It is a and manr sillors and teamen lost their "Tat. f (V.. Wul Thia trie JinH lit services at their full value. years ago Mr. Curtin was one of the mot most comprehensive document of 407 pager, lives. of Eogland, formerly James VI of Scot- Dispatches from Southern points sgree land. powerful men of the country. A man of finely priutcd and arranged. Remember, Queen Victoria "our graorange crop for this season has exceeding energy, of abilities solid and alA man living near Cleveland, Ohio, sold that tbe cious Sovereign Ldy" geta her glorious Whethall his been destroyed by the cold weather ways ready for use, democratic in his wife for fire cents and delivered the thoughts, and animated by a weuilesa pa- goods. We'll wager she was high priced er It has also killed tbe trees can not be de pedigree via Scotland and Ireland, from "David the King," in Jerusalem. The termined until iprrng. triotism, he had a right to aspire to tho even at that modest figure. Hon. James B. McCreary has received British, Danish, Sxon, Norman monarchs, highest distinction; and now there is someWe know this will meet with tbe approval Senators though Israelites, were not of Judah's a petition signed bp thirty-thre- e THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. thing almost tragical in the dignity with representatives of the Ken- royal tribe in which the sceptre must be and sixty-twof a great many of you who prefer paying the which he declines an embty compliment In the House 202 bills hare been in- tucky Legislature, asking the appointment found, "till Shlloh comes," as certainly as him by the 'Speaker. It is in tendered, troduced to date, most of them of little incash, and to thoeo who havo been running acthe priesthood in Levi. Where will you of Col Sam M. Burdette Revenue Agent. keeping with bis patriotism and his fidelity terest. ditcusslon which republicans In the Houie voted al get thia among the "Jews" so called. The that he refrains from a counts we will say that wo will offer such exMagistrates in examining courts cost could do no good, and might create injuri- the State $11,000 last year and $26,323 for most solidly against the Hoar bill devolv Tbey all with one accord, will tell you traordinary inducements in ing the Executive duties on tbe Secretary tbey are either of the tribe of Judah or ous disturbance; and, while we know noth- the two years. death of Presi- Levi. But nhvl tbey wander without a to be alleged on of State in the event of the ing of the Masons that are Senator Gilbert introduced a bill to the other side, it is yet with a profound continue the Superior Court and regulate dent Cleveland, only three democrats vot sceptre or an altar "fuglllres and raga. bonds" with a mark upon them, so plain ing with them. sense of pain and regret that we see An- the same. We knew it would com). By the bursting of a fly wheel In Har- that the "shew of their countenances" beThat you will find it to your interest to borrow drew G. Curtin subjected to a slight at the The act authorixlng Laurel county to per's Iron and Steel works, Newport, Ky.,a trays them, wherever they roam. They hands of hie own party, and repelling an issue bonds to build a court-hous- e was retho money, if you havu't it, to deal with us. indlEntty that ought, we can not help ported favorably, and pasted by the House, terrific boiler explosion occurred, wrecking hare never been "tost" tribes, as far as full reign or the mill and injuring a number of persons. Identification goes They can not We know this is a new depnrturo in Stanthinking, never to have been Inflicted. After pouting for three weeks, the Sea- Timely warning by the engineer probably perform the holy function of the priestMaj Riokey, our usually amiable tad ate has adopted the joint rules against lo- saved many lives. ford, but wo believe that all of you who pay hood, outside the "Holy City," and that good Senator, is mad. la fact he is very cal legislation. Now let both Houses go We Mrs. Hendricks has received from the lies waste in the hands of aliens. your debts will help us in'carrying this out. mad and we don't blame him either. What (o work. must turn elsewhere, if God's word is to officers of the Senate the massive iron inkhe wears C. J. thinks that the bill to liThe djfierence dote it make whether In selling for cash we will tave several thousstand used by her husband in his private be vindicated, and the "sceptic has not de lila collar bottom up or not? He can wear cense the carrying of concealed weapons room at the Capitol at Washington. It is parted from Judah, nor a law giver from and dollars a year in hire of book keepers, bad bis shirt that way too if he feels Inclined, ought to be entitled "An act to legalize the a handsome and unique work of art and between his feet." We must turn else26 and its thrice repeat and it will be nobody's business so long as raising of sheol." where if Jer. 33:17 worth at least $300. debts, ttc,, and in order to make our new sysA bill to repeal that part of the penal he is in his seat attending to the peoples Tbe republican Senatorial caucus, to ed promiss to the Lerites, be not an "idle tem popular, wo proposo to give our customers business. And that he was doing the latter ty or murder which provides imprison- consider the President's refusal to furnish word." "Jeremiah" and the gentle "Tephl." sail- oa the very day that the Danville Advocate' ment for life, and make that crime punish- reasons for removing republican officethe benefit of this saving and more, too. We ing into Bilfait by B C. 580, alone solve scribe made the base insinuation, the record able only with death, haa been presented. holders, decided upon opposition to conretbe myjtory scout It who will. Thence is a bill proSenator Cravena introduced will show, for he oflered a resolution proposo to make you a saving of from 10 to 2ft firmations of appointees to places vacant the royal line that is destined to rule tbe questing the Assistant Secretary of State viding for an Advisory Board, jk Ihrough under such circumstances. and hell can not world ere long; and earth per cent, on all goods bought from us. We to report to the Senate the number of nota- which all petitions for remissions of fines Senator Thurman writes to a friend: is the priesthood that ries public in commission in the Common- and forfeitures shall pass to the Governor, 'Yon will never be gratified by seeing me prevent it. Thence will "cut" prices to such an extent that no ono The House has repealed the law giving in pnbiic life again. I am now on the re- his ministered at an altar better than that wealth. The Talue of such information is "blood of bulls and goats" who ntJYs and bv.ua on a credit can meet them. not readily apparent, but it shows he was the woman three years to take out a bas tired Hat with mv own full consent, and on which the attending to his business, which tardy warrant against the father of her il- with no Inclination whatever for active life flowed to tell of a Savior to come, and shall "lhar," We wish right here to thank those who havo minister in all coming time, when the scoff the "dirty dude" was not. Grubba evident- legitimate child and substituted one year except a private cltlz-n- ." er shall have ceased to revile, and there msn was loaded, or instead. ly didn't know the old given us their very liberal patronago in tho Judge Cooper, in the Montgomery "shall be no more a Cinaanlte In the house A bill to grant paroles to convicts is he would have known belter than to have Circuit Court, has rendered a decision of the Lord." Ameot Even so; come Lord past and ask the privilege ot returning tho fabefore thj House, but it should be rejected, monkeyed with him. which nullifies the claim that local option It is too hard to convict the average crim legally prevailed there. The saloon men Jesus Thou, the glorious King of David's vor by selling them goods CHEAPER than The Senate republicans, who seem dis inal, to turn him loose upon society imme time, and Priest "forever after tbe order of are, for the time being, winners, but the Milcblfcdei!" poeed to pick a quarrel with the President diately he is sent to prison, they have ever bought them before. temperance party will appeal the cms. in regard to certain removals, had the Bjt returning to the "Union Jack" A bill to provide for the ceeaion of ju Miss Jennie Mcllhinney, of Stark so gloriously sugce'ti" 'hat I can not stick laugh turned on them the other day. They risdiction over certain lands on Green and thought they had tho dead sure thing Barren rivers by the State to the Federal county, O., will probably lose both feet, if very closely to Its mere "make up." and against him in the case of a New York col- Government, after an appropriation has not her life. Her house caught urr, 2. Now rate Si. St. Gorge' croit, and she stood on an ley platform In her bare let St. Patrick's He orer St. Andrew's, and and in hot lector, who had been removed, been made for the improvement of these feet and pumped water for half an hour the three form the "Union Jack from 5 haste they rent to Becretary Manning for rivers, has passed the Senate. when the thermometer resistmd below zthe papers in it. They weie promptly and ad infinitum. This is the date Oa the question of furnishing the Statand among them a letter from the utes and codes to members of the Legisla ro. that dear "ould Ireland" came in. And George McCite, a citizsn of Dikotn, collector saying that he was not so much of ture, Mr. Bobbitt voted "No" very propernow, tHU "three fold- - cord is not easily by his wife dropping n white a republican as he had been taken to be; ly. Saying that the State could not afford was detected broken" aa Mr. Purnell and Joseph Crtatu powder into her tea. The good lady deftly that in fact he had not only refused to vote to par the legislators to study law. They berlaln tl id genus onne will find out sooner changed the cups, and Mr. McCibe was for Blaine, but had aided in the election of should hare done that at their own exor later. The lis? was called "Jack" by hoist by his own petard. While in the Cleveland. He begged to be retained, pense. the sillors from the name Jacques, written agonies of death, he confessed the attempt-e- d d promising to remove all republican suborhich Mr. Bowlett introduced a bill already pois- on it In the reign of Jimes our first crime, adding that he had dinates and appoint democrats, if he were provide? that when any person indicted for king of Judah's line, after the T 13 A. 11-- 1CW IN other wires. "Sillor-Jack- ," Now trace this. permitted to hold to his office. The demo- a misdemeanor, and the Commonwealth oned four union. willful murderers climbed the ' DriiRH, Three Wall Paper, .IIiinIcuI lVlne. crats roared at the disclosure and the dis- Attorney compromises or settles with such Frtnoh Jacqie',Tiijio'"Jacobu'," Hebrew ZiiMtrnem-iiiK- . Chemical, HookH, I.lmior golden stair vii the hempen line Friday, comfited republicans voted at once for the persons before trial, or enters a nolle prote "Jacob," "Oar Father Jacob" whoe crossed PnliitN, Ntntloncry, Mo , for a douPocket nenry S. Stair, at Nevada, RoapH, blwHing the Ephraim, orer whom confirmation of the new collector. qui in consideration of money, said attorOIK Tobacco. woman accomplice Is also arms ble killing, nis Lnuipft, Perfninerj, Fire A nun, Muchln . Tue circumstances connected with the ney shall become responsible for all officers' under sentence of death. At St. Louis, it was to ware triumphantly for so many 2eMll-t-- furnished the frame work of the Our Jewelry, Silverware and Optical floods Department Is in Charjro of Col. of Misa Katherine Bayard, the eldest and witnesses' feet incurred by the Common- Charles Wilson, for the murder of a river centuries death grand old banner. "Long may It ware!" Thos. IJIchurdg, who will Itepalr Watches aud Clocks promptly and In tho best wealth. daughter of the Secretary of State, make and Noah Merrlman, for wife mur(Mutt's bill for a new constitution was mate, Don't think me untrne to the land of my stylo. it peculiarly sad. Miss Cleveland had arat B 'Neville. III. der, birth. I am not. But God's word is deir reception in her honor at the passed the Senate 25 to 7 and now needs or ranged a The third asd fourth class postmasters no White House Saturday afternoon and the ly the Governor's signature to make It a of the United States have an idea that er to me than all elsa. And in it, I ret law. It provides that a registration shall plainly, what I want you, too, dear reader, guests had begun to arrive, when a messen tfiey are not sufficiently compensa'ed. They rejoice ger came to say that Miss Bayard had been be made at the August election, 1687, at propose to ho'd a convention In Chicago to behold. For to discover it is to in her bed. 8be waa a sufferer each voting precinct, of all the persons in on the 15th of February to dfecuw their with a''joy unspeakable and full of glory." found dead represenBelieve mo nay, bellere God that in the from heart disease and it is supposed that it that precinct entitled to vote for grievances and lay a peUtion before Con- coming "glory," these rery fulfilments of had evi- tative. The persons so registered shall be was the cause of her death. She for a redress ol the same. There are the true number of voters of the Slate, and gress this "same word of prophesy," are to play dently been dead eome hours when found. 50,000 of these dUsatisfied poetmasterr. if of these vote for calling a cona verr prominent pari. Happy they who Senators Vest, Maxley and uarris, The pay of pro tem. judges is a heavy vention, the convention shall be called. learn betimes, to walk by the radiance of Presl-dewho were selected to call upon the the State, which ought to be drain upon A bill was before the House to permit thia "light shining in a dark place, until and consult with him in regard to stopped. In Judge Finley'a district the a minor to trade in bis own name when the day star arises." t,. ,Lmml nf the renublican Senators for highest charge is made, $750, while the Hon. Fontaine F. Bobbitt said. "GentleWe are in the midet of exceptionally ex psrformed Msyors's, $21. Judge men, I believe that at the end of the ses bis reasons for removals, hare lowest is in Judge citing times, just now. The daily tele- OTcr 100,000 Hold I.ant Year.-Victori- ous in Every Field Contest. Tbey advised the Presideat to Owalej's district is charged with $120, and sion the man who says the least will be the that duty. grams from England with Tory and Rad YouibouM u enolblnt lmiVh Oilier CbllUd Plow, Wir thsr tr Faimkrs A ruivtMUX high most popular. This Legislature han passed stand firmly by his decission to make no many of the other districts run as ical runnlnz a "neck and neck" race, for dinted to all kluJi of toll and will iloflrit.rlaM work In nod or it tittle. 7be mould bowd i are concessions, but are impressed wilh tbe no toft wl In them acd will Kur any Kill. Olirrr'i totlil will not cxrro.li. Chilled, as $500 to $600. The bill before the legis- the moat of yesterday and making issues on Th beaTltit coalbae ofnut tbd ctn iccuinulit on It will tntlrrir ramerfit by a few minute' uw, was unnecessary a he power, with all the tremendous that pro tem. judges be men. Now, as women are infinitely more idea that the adrice thoroughly centre dran I'luw, rutin lature requiring Hloidnf laodtlda. which do away with the result, that will make er mar the em- Tb"OllTer" li thepreMurefoundoia'lilralghlplowi. Tbe OllrerCb lied l'low h hundred of laillalori. No frame of mind. paid out of the regular judge's salary, with beautiful than men," waving his hand is in a resolute inanulicturtr will try to Imitate in Inf rlor died at pire, the capture of Mandalay, without a hlitory of plowmiklPf, from l,30Qtn I870IOplow. The 'nilTer" bie t rrntil unniralleltd In tbe United Stales Senator Anthony Your neighbor! will tell you to tOOWOIn certain exceptions, ought to become a law. toward the ladies in the lobby, "why don't blow, that lays the kingdom of Upper Bur-ma- bur tbe "OIlTer" and tike nit other. It will nrr bard dry IM. ground when nootber p ow will. bmk his home in Providence, and eleven SenaI all) bavt we spend a little of our time making them?" at the mercy of the British Lion; and Plow, Try tnadlbbeb Imperial Bleel I'.ow, which Utnak ng a record here unenutlled b inr Htcel The House passed 8enator Hoar's bill After comlnred. thrm and attended bis funeral, only three of W. 11KJGINH. the applause from Mr. Bobbin's re- tors adds another province, larger than the Stale presidential succession providing for the whem went from Washington. The Secre Anglo-Isramarks had ceased, the House proceeded to domin of New York, to the though the members of the Cabinet, beginSenate, the sergeant passed it by a vote of tary of the ning with the Secretary of State, by tie vote on the bill, and chaplin, and barber at- ions; and tbe startling changes going on in two assistants, the 77 to 15. Eastern Europe, that seem certain to indecisive vote of 183 to 77 and without tended also. All expanses were charged up volve the "Groat Powers" in a terrific The President's signature MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. amendment. to the people, amounting to $1,539.83 and struggle for supremacy. The complication Government. will make it a law and then there will te Relly, the Chief- allowed by the Federal John gravity, especially to succeeding to no chance of John Sherman -- Afire in Lexington, Friday, burned appears of unusual his death bed. those of us who think "the end" is now nit which his party wis tain, is thought to be on insured for the position from The River and Harbor Committee will the store of Innls & Sons, DK4LXKSIH- Insured far of!. Beyond all kicked out at the last election. the Lexington Opera-house- . ask for an appropriation of $11,000,000. "One itxr ol Hope, one star alone, Adams Drugs, Books, Stationery and Eighteen persons are known to have for $10,600, and the office of the Can fix tho watcher's wandering ejt." Tun tuleffiaDh informs us that Dr. Thos Company, with their extensive and that la the "bright appearing of the LegExpress Fancy Articles. been frozen to death in Kansas last week. W. Keene, a member of the Virginia store The Davis carriage factoiy burned in ..tables on Broadway. The hardware dam- Lord," to mount His throne and bring in Pbyilclini1 prescription! islature, dropped dead just after concluding accurately rorapoiiDdedi was also tbe reign of Peace. Loss $150,000; 200 men are of W. J. Houlihan & Bro. a speech in the Home. This ought to be Cincinnati. All The express of $5,000. aged to the extent Bro. Inglia and wife returned on Satur a warning to the several alleged s'atesmen thrown out of employment. to prevent day last and the Seelyes leave for Main Col. T. C. Bell, of Harrcdrfburg, ia io goods were all taken out in time at Frankfort, who think it is necessary to The total loss will reich poorle this week, to occupy their new staair their eloquence on every occasion. Dr. sicceed Mr, George DuRelle as Assistant thulr destruction. $35,000 lo tion. We shall be sorry to say good bye to The Largest Stock of Watohes, Clocks, Keene had evidently overdone the thing as District Attorney for Kentucky. Jewelry and Silverware This silly tale is telegraphed from Em- this lovely household. Bro. S. Is the most Annie Birnet, a chambermaid at the they are doing. inence: JameB W. Pollard, a respected fluent speaker in Hindustani I hare ever Erer bought to thle market Price Burnet Rouge, was killed by Iw.r than The talk of the Legislature adjourning being crushed byCincinnati, tbt Lowest. WauhM, Clocki and Jewelry He-farmer of Henry county, has had a queer heard. He speaks the language like a nathe freight elevator. paired on ibort nolle and Warranted. days is all bosh. A third of the in 60 wife were tive. The House repealed the act for tho experience. While be and his time has already passed and with the excep ,.uA .lnne. before tho fire, a bucket of We are all, at last, In charming health. propagation and protection of food fishes vigorously and tion of Oflfutt'a Constitutional Conrention THE Y water waa lifted by umeen hands from a The devil availed us most BTANlTOUD, KV. is next to nothing to show for it. in this State, after several dtrs of discus bill, there floor, and then upet venomously, in turn, but the LORD proved table, placed on the body will hMO to hump Itself if it sion. We had The Representative Randolph Tucker, of Mr. Pollard took the bucket to the well stronger than he in the conflict. WALTON. geta through in twice the prescribed time, Virginia, has formally declined arenamina-tio- n and refilleJ it. A second time an unseen no c.iuee to go further than faith in HTM by its put. t, judging the future aid the use of his means oil and prayer, It puliliibrd eitry Tuexlny and Friday at tbe to Congress. He says he has served force lilted tbe bucket and emptied its low price of who nominates Sena- 12 years in public lifd and wants to retire floor. The bucket was filled a and we never expect to be placed where on the The Idaho editor Blessed phamsco TWO DO 1,1. AUH PICK YEAR. third time, and again It was taken up, psajjltiepe will not sneseed. tor Beck for Preeident in 1888, is as much to quietude. If anyone like quinine, rilap, Two freight trains collided at Win- ed between Mr. and Mre. Pollard, slopped pceil earnest and the compliment I as much in "black ilrauubt," calomel anu rnuutro Ddeserved as if the old Scotchman could chester, on tbe C. & O.road, killing a stock- in tbe centre of the floor, and then upiet. eter I will not quarre', Only I bur. leave to was born on man named John Griffith, of Ohio, who On another evening there was the same hold tho office if elected. He choo'ethe"wr ol pluajtarJlnctB for ray op Art ci.iMwi Me of iVp Atlantic, unfortu- - was n.leep in nie if hi The noitfhborhood i greatly elf. Em7 one to bia likini:. hver in No ore Ono. O. amne3. lehe was hurl. Jeeu?. excited orer it. Koatly aud Ciui.i,l.v iSwcutod. uately, for such ambition?. The IVeeident hai fully dtc'ded not to Three Morns GEO. O. BARNES. ft To "Flie Public. 4 ,''' 0 ul 4 o Aftev $wraasy i Q i ft 0 C mjkm EXCLUSIVELY. s 13. (I) 1 o LOW I?3aiOJBS Q H 1) 01 u 0 I T 5 BRIGHT & METCALF, & STAGG, 1801-183- -- M'ROBERTS. t blue-blooJe- Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., Cntlcr, Carn, two-thir- nt t ) i tbor-ougb- ly h II. r, 'AHilw $1,-00- 0; PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- i iis SEMI-WEEKL- W. P. Pro'r. con-ten- .i..H -- Interior Journal g?g 3"OE "WOiFMSL f . -- ts For Sae-'jfin- e Gatfle. Hay for sale. Apply to II. J. Darit, Mr. Jas. F. Ztinmsrmai w.ll, this SEriUBMlUU New Buckwheat Floor-Ne- w Kritit-- m! Stanford. week, retiru from the ponfoQice and go back Two pedlgrted Jersey Cowi; two yt Jsney Cows, n fine line ol canned kooiIs at A. A. & Dogs killed 0 or 8 sheen for J. E. to bis old plscein January 19, 1880 3tanford, Xy., twojf Jemr Cowi, four $ Jersey Cows. Will the Adiocali office Warren's "MoJel grocery ." cslTitlroiaths loth of February to the 30th ol Manufacturers of the OlebriU-- d Bruce Friday night. The marriage of Mr. Thomas Djdds, Msreb, 18!. All are eitri good milkers and glv- -i Mr Josh Jones lost 20 shoats and 80 eon of Isom Dodd, and Miai Zilie Salm Manager, BuBlneaa Foil 8ale. Ode bed room net, wardrobe C. O. WALTON, EAGLE .,u.i I tVtu calf by Tfcorndala Boy, who is chickens by the blizzud. occurred Thurs lay night The second paru.d room furniture. OoIdr West. Eo r'glstrred Id the A. M. J. C. C. Book. W. H. Miller sold to Newt. 8mlth 150 ty to the contract beloncs to a Belgian-Frenc- h . M,,f . G. CAItVF.XTK.IU l.AXHOCAL TIME CARP. illlira of K. J. Underwent. New York offlw, 531 Broad way. acrea of Green River land for $550, family which has lived here for two - 1 M r. m. gelsg North-.....- .Mall train I AX opening the. Urgent and boetv asI Fon Sale. 31 head 3 year-olmules. or three years pist. Mr. T. C. Wade and .! 15 r. m. ' South 1 (2 Ai kt. Kipresstraln" sorted line of wallpaper ever brought to J. T, Adams, Camp Dick Robinson, Gar- Miss L. 2 03 A.M. J1 I(9ZBM.tHWtMMMMIHMt A. Carter obtained marriage li Stanford. Call aod see It. B. K. Wea-re- n. rard. V- - hu "moved n.0,1!?;"17..'. to Ml. V.r-aA total of 200.M1 cattle, alive and as cense on the 13tb sod Mr. Mike Uogarty fa a jois Is calculated ob standard time. Bolar or mt U A boat M minutes fuUr,' aborted lino of Drugs alwayi on hnd. r3o dressed beef, were sent abroad last year and Miss Mary Joyce on the 14th Inst. Look at This. 16 lbs. best Granulated Mr. Wm H Hicks, of this place, forfilled ?"?.!& w.rtl,n P''IP'lois when me a l.y UfflcolncourHtouseysrd. aire Sugar ?1, 8 Ibj. bfst package Coffee $1. from American porta. rati LOCAL NOTICES. of your patronage. ' There is absolutely nothing doing in merly of Ltncjln countr, has invented a 83m T. r.. DAMELS, 31. D. Penny A All other goods lower than the lowest. stock in this section. We have not beard ol hemp brake whloh those familiar with Boy jour school booki from Bright A Melcalfj such Implements say la superior to anyMc A lister. a sale for more than a week. Watckim and Jewelry repaired on shortthing yet constructed fur the purpose. It MOMiAY, of our candidates seem likely to iwo JAbVARl flSth, lHStt, Jos. Swigert bought from Tom Moore notice and warranted by Penny A McAIIsbare a walk-ore- r: James P, Bailey for hir racing filly, Bjnnie Blue, three ye- a- has seven swords instead of five as the old (County Court dy.) the following Stocks MT. VEBWON, KY. and machines have, it "cleans without Boodi, property of said decedent: Bor the Haw Hog Remedy, the orlRJ-j- Circuit Clerk and T. D. Newland for old, by Great Tom, for $2 800. any trouble on the part of the operator and 110 Shares and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl Sheriff. The compliment of a unanimous n Hotel is lUll A flick of aheep belonging to J. D. of 8tock in the National This old and fins reruutlon. Charges reasonable nomination could not be more worthily be Gay, froze together In Clark county, and k much easier hmdled. Mr. J. H. Davis Bank of Lancaster. Mock of jewelry, latest Special attention lothe traveling public. A cosfrrxrE stowed. has invented a coflee pnt which is a very 10 Shares had to be chopped apart with a corn knife. of Stock in the First Nastyle. Hock ford watches a specialty. Pen. V. XEWCOSIi, l'ro'r, in. ingenious contrivance and by which coflee ng Friday Ninur.-Owito the derange ny A McAllsier. Mt. Vernon, Ky. tional Bank of Meridian, Miss. Sunday's stock quotations at the Cinment in dates caused by the cold spell, the cinnati yards shows cattle at 2 to 5J; hogs of a superior fl ivor is made from a much lUdi Bnares of Stock in Danville, less quantity of the berry than Is commonPERSONAL. Mikado Compmy writes that it can not Bla River & Lancaster Turnpike 3 to 4 05 and sheep 2 to 3, extra wethers ly used. till Friday night, Jin. 22, ore night 4 to Boad. Cot W. LaKok Thomas, of Lxlng California probably beata the world in To the Citizens of Stanford later than advertised. It will be here dead 1 Share of Stock in Central Kenton.'ls intown. the sizs of its potatoes. Two of the pinkThe undersigned take pleasure in giving Loulr sure that night. tucky Fair Astooiation. Mrs 8MiTti Inwm went to CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, eye variety grown there last season weigh vllle yesterday. The stockholders In (be City National ed respectively 13 and 10 pounds. Abiut a hearty and unsolicited endorsement to i uona ox tne Garrard Connty Fethe performance of Mikado, by LeUnd Opmale College. Mhs M. M. Uayden has gone lo Bank of Austin, Texas, more than half of five such tubirs would fill the requirements era Co. Their rendition was the best ol its 1 Share of Stock in the Stanford and Tesaa to spend the winter with her sister. whooe capital is held here, were delighted STANFORD, KY. of a legal bushel. kind seen here in many years. You will yes- yesterday Lancaster Turnpike Road. Joixjk OwBtEY went to Louisi-lllto receive checks for a seml-ar- . Oders bli services to the people of 8'anford and The stock aod tobacco barn of Mrs. not regret It if ycu attend their performance; terday to be present at the rale of eight nual divided of 0 per cent, from Mr. M. C. 'rnnt ' " Ml Tsrmi. catb.h N- - vicinity. LonisxiKileiceand careful attention "lEw8'? LancMter. For guarantee atltiactlon. Building Silllo Overton, lo Shelby county, burned Henry W. Evans, Druggist; 8. 8. Frye, tlouil Informstlon, further material ot evaddrtn me at iWllle. hogsheads of h!i tobacco. Miller, the Cashier. Siturday night with 50 head of cattle, Jr., Jno. C. Bogle, M. D , W. H Briggs, L. 8Md to f X. Bit I'VE, Adm r ery description furniabed at low rates. Mn. Smojt Straus hu arrhed "Wink" AtcoRK writes lo Cipt. Rich- nine horses, all the firm implements and 8. Logan, 8. G. Boyle, W. J. Owsley, C. R. take the position o! salesman with D KIsm. ard: ''Don't fall to see 'Mikado' when It provender. The cribs were filled with sev- Anderson, W. M. Fible ard many others. Mr. Fed Jacob will reinrn to Louisrllle comes to your town. Take Miss Rose and eral huudred barrels of corn. in a few days. you both will enjoy It. Best show on Danville Court. About 250 cattle AITf ABTKBTISKHMTK. Missed May Fenacaow.ol Cotlngton, wheels. All who did not attend at Dan-vlji- e on market; very few sold. Seemed to be very of Minneapolis, and Mamie Alexander, arc cursing tbeniaelv for it. little demand for them. One bunch of 30 visit-lo- g . Minn., a winsome and pretly pair, are KEY. A. BOGLE $1 15 and Notice All persons indebted to Edmls head of 1,200 pound cattle ran to Miss Daisy Burmlde. A few mules, but none Is s Candidate for Superintends nt Pub'lo Schools were withdrawn. J. M JonnsoN, for Assessor, and tonAOwsIsy must settle with J. M. Phil sold. No horses offered. Crowd rather of Lincoln, subject to the action of the Dtmoc racy. Cannty Clerk, were lps by Januarr 20th. If not we will colGeorge B Cooper, lor small and business dull. here yeteidy and assnrrd u that they lect by law. We hare given you since Au N. W. HUGHES F. P. Jonee, of this county, sold to had the dead wood on the office to which gust 221 and we thlok this time enough. Ben F. Snaldintr. of Lincoln county, last Is a Candidate tor Superintendent Public Scoola We mean exactly what we say. Elmlston each aspire Tuesday, 20 head of mare mule colts from of Lincoln county, subject ti the action of the D- lcca-le- d " A Owsley. mousey. Dn. J. B. Graham, who recently an extra lot at $95 50 per head. Isaac W. Crab Orchard, for the practice of his at The Mikado. Tols Japanese success Terhune sold Wednesday 700 barrels of X. profession, escorted a trh of handsome baa had a huge run here, having fairly corn to W. P. Harvey at $2 with the advan MUses Mollie jumped into popular favor. The little lo Stanford reeterda: ON tage of a rise; the corn to be delivered the Meyer, cf Toledo, Oalo, and Mary aud maid, "Yum-Yum,- " as played by Mies Lil- first of May. rHarrodsburg Democrat. L'tile GormlsT, of Crab Orchard. can no lian Lawrence, Is an attractive character, I mntt tazri Squire J. D. Duvall ajld to Geo. Beck- longer be have your do notnow. Indu'gence to the wlah to retort alien. I Mb W. M McCormack yesterday sure to captivate the malo portion of the dlsagreeabla duty of levylog for them, so oblige me er 20 nice fat cattle at 4 cents. T, J. save yourtelf costs by settling at once. telegraphed for his shier, Miss PAtUe, who audience. Mr. Jaime F. Kearney, aa "Ko-Ko- ," bought 25 shoats, weight 130 pounds, and jr. It. MEKEFEE, In Texas, to come at once to the bedside is the L?rd High Erecutloner, made a at 3J cents, John Goff bought of George 91 tf SLerifi Lincoln County. of thtlr father, who Is sinking tery fast tremendous hit, and Mr. George A. Crump, Becker CO head of 1 200 pound feeding cat I trouble, but he Is the Mikado himself, does that character The disease a brain tle at 6 cents. Elijah Moore A Son and SALE. pacing around him. conscJNHof what proud and adds much interest to the last Mack Evans sold to same a car load of company Is a good one and deact. The Winchester Hundrod andTwonty-Fiv- o cattle at 4J cents. Barrols. LOCAL MATTERS. serve, because of merit, the excellent busl-nt- s Democrat. Made by W. M. Call, one, two and! three yean to which It Is playing (.West Virgin Kikk Thursday nleht. old. Apply at once to CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. la Jourual. t J. A. I.VTI.E, Admr. "Mik tito'1 Friday night. Hon. John S. Van Winkle, candidate Beginning yesterday at Judgeship, was here on Tbur' Uci.k Oitera to day at Sireraoce Bro'.' Somerset, Messrs. J. 8 Van Winkle and J. for Circuit SALE OF BANK STOCK. day last, and found many friends to enadvertisement will In U Atrnrn nmiHiUtsa fnr Circuit JlldfP. courage his candidacy. T. K Walton's e I will offer at public ule !el:re the and It 0. Warren and O. H. Waddle, can teret you. The people of our little city sre begin-in- g door In StanlorJ, oa MONDAY, FED. lit, 1836, m didates for Commonwealth's Attorney, to realize the good fortune accrulog to county court dsy, 15 Shares ol Stock in tbe Farm-e- ra Exccmiok weather strips for doors and have arranged the following list of ap National Bank of Stanford. The sale will be McKjberta A Btagu'e. them in the citizenship of tbat versatile maitest 11 o'clock a.m. windows at A. I.YTLE, pointments for speaking: Tunnel City, togenius Prof. E. P. Hawes. 83. td Administrator of V. M. Ball, dee'd. was lodged In day; Ilu'tonvllle, Jan. 22J; Monticello, A sroito naweit Preltt Oa Tuesday next an Edgar A. Poe jail for slealins a hog from a man in the 2.5'.h; Tarmleyvllle, 2tltk; Back's School Literary Society will be organis?d here House, 2S; Mill 8prlog8, 29; Bronston, 30; Eut Eid. with that accomplished gentleman, Prof. Stanford, Feb. 1; Brodhesd, 2; Livingston, 8TA NFORD, A MAluilAOEislalkeJof E P. Hawes, as president. 3; Wildle. I; Crab Orchard, 5; Bryantsville, conMr. It B. Wsrd sold to J. F. Stephen-eo- o create somewhat of n stnsitlon when W. P. WALTON, Manngor. 0; Woodstock, 0, Gr'indy, 10; MIddleburg, 20 head of calves at $20 per head, and summated. 12; AlstotV Store, 13; Danville, 15; Shelby " bjught of J. F. Stephenson 30 head of Tli4 Ureateit Attraction yet offend to the public , The One night only, Srr our line of plows before buyinz. than City, 10, at night; Parksville, 19; IVrry 3 year-ol- d cattle at f 3 50 and 10 head at vllle, 20; Dunnvllle, 21; Creeltbsro, 20 and biggest stock, best brands and cbesper 3 40 per hunded weight. Jamestown, 27. Hour of speaking 1 i t., anybody, ltrlht A Metcalf MUs Lillie Pettus, of Somerset, a except at Shelhv City. youog lady of remarkably handsome, clas IlAYDtS k Lvtlk will hare their last be Tun Siowan Case. We have received Ic features, is visiting at Dr. J. D. Pfttus. THE LELAND OPERA auction Sunrday at 10 o'clock. Il will opportunity to gt goods at your a copy of the Trenton, Mo., Star, which Miss Mollie Meyer, of Toledo, Ohio, will your only In Ida latnt and beat ot Gilbert A Sullivan's contrios letters from P. P. Uillard.of Mad- leave lor her home on Tuesday. Vcni lidi Operas, own price. , H. D. Cook, of Rockcastle, and a citl-xe- n vicl. W. E Lee, of St. Louh, who has oc Friday and Satur-da- ison, A thaw and a rain of Mt. Vernon. The first calls upon casionally made Crab Orchard bin headlook ofl most of the snow. Sunday the Missouri friends of Slgman to ntnUt quarters in the past, la with us now on a and jesterday were colder with the proa htm all they can; Cook says that young Mlaa Lillian Lawrence as tbe little Japanese visit. Mr.Thos. B. Carson, of Cincinnati, pct for more enow. ntgglnbotbam had abused a Union soldier spent Sunday with friends here. Mr. J B Maiden, Yum Yum, supported by a inperlor corn pany ol Artists. furnlih and was hallooing for Jell Davis, wlcn Gilkcrson, of Coattanooga, Tenn , will 1 itave no biker no, but will Popular prices 75 and 50 cents Re erred teats passed between tilgman and spend the remainder of the winter here. no oa sale at McRoberts h Btagg's. t rmtnmsrs with fresh bread and rolls some words drew a club to strike Slghim. Mr. II. On Saturday night, as per programme, from Louutille. J. T. Harris, opposite man, when he fired at him wounding him Prof. Hanes, assisted by "home folks" Col. V. G. Welch's. t eo that he died in a few days. The cltlien produced that good drama, ''Once on a 20th ant tbe last oi tbla month, I Between The Rink will b open Thursday nlfiht eaya that Iligglnbotham and the soldier Time," and the most after- will open the handsome line of ladles' and ulsica' Hou" week In on!r to ule Ibis qualunderwear, tbe very Friday had a row at a house of ill fame; that II. piece ever enjoyed by an audience The cambric and linen Y rk. Flcase do best forget ity, dirvct from New cot to the Lelaud Opera Company shot at him and that when he ran to where Profeeeor is so proverbially good in every- last i will also open a Handsome line oi uuunery "Mi- ulcbt, when the Bat operatic eacce- -s Slgman was, tbe latter furnished him with thing that to spesk of him in terms of com- April lat. In ths next Issue I shall state where mr room vlll be. will be preenteh kado" a pistol and told him to defend himself. mendation were as commonplace aa calling MUS KATEDVDDRBAR. At tb ia convinced that ad. Just as Iligglnbotham halted in front of Cwar brave. All rendered their parts well, Mn. II J. Darat he the house Slgman waa in and saw him he especially that bewitching little miss, Min vertlslng pays. A twoltne notice that of S Qrrd first, according to one report, the oth nie Myers, and tbat young and talented had bay for sale caused him lo dispose Its appearance, ne ue.ivereu er that he tried to shoot, but 6igman got beauty, Miea Maggie Buchanan, who won loads since raising the the drop on him. We give these extracts from the audience a deep and earnest sym it at 05 cents, but thinks of Memphis, Tenn., Nor, II, 1631. so that the prosecution may kaow the line pathy. By request the play will be proprlc. I bate tried Brad field's Female Regulator, and . that the defense will take as well aa for tbe duced again next Saturday night. All of find It splendid, and all you claim for It. RowThe bridge over Logan's creek at Respectfully, Mattik A. Lowk. sake of fair plar. Stanford are Invited. by an land came very near being crushed kept conDue Wcat, 8. C, Nor. 17, l&SI. RELIGIOUS. ice gorge.. Two engines were Nobody wants the position of Assistant I have used one bottle of your Fema.e Regular stantly on It to hold it down and a lame The Brandenburg revival, in which Treasurer at New York. The salary is $8, and can recommend It to tbe public aa being a speIn reliev force of hands spent several days cific for tbe diseases of women. Rev. S. X. Hall, of Louisville, assisted, (X0; the bond is $800,000. Yours truly, Hestub SMinr. Ing it of the great pleasure of Ice. A French woman recently won a talk closed with seventy conversions. Smlthland, Texas, Not. li, 1SS. by pronouncing Last year there were seven conver- ing malch for 1.000 franca Raiwioaiw ought to be held to a stricter MERCHANT TAILOR. I have been taking your Female Regulator and accountability In handling stock during a sions to each preacher in America, and sev- 20(1.311 word's in thtee hours. think it a great medicine. Hare recommended ia sideenty converts to every missionary in Asia. James B Dunlap, of, Omaha, late of to aereraJ ol my friends, who have used it with cold snap. The Cioclnnnll Southern 1 have received and still receiving The membership of the two Christaln Danville, Ky., la an applicant for the As- most happy results. of fine mules far away from tracked a car F. M. Wuatlbv. Yours truly, Attorneyship of Nevada. food and water, atd allowed it to remain churches of Lexington now number 1,292 sistant District Harry Wishard, the young man who consequence was that and steps are being taken to build nn ediWeaterrllle, Texas, Nor. 11, 1881. there (our days. The Hating used your Female Regulator with great by star- fice for n third congregation. left Danville under a cloud and went West, Comprising the best in the market, which will be a number of the mules weikensd success, and also the Mother's Friend with the frtaj to A protracted meeting began at the was killed by the Apache Indiana in New succumbed to th.e cold and vation same result, I send you my thanks and best wishGotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. Presbyterian church Sunday and will con- Mexico. should know of this death. The greatest morality from cold ever es. I think every lomaleUrad Acid's Female llegu tinue till further notice. Evangelist J. M, Give BIc a Trial. boon to woman, namely: TnE Creamery Company shipped 2,700 Evans and Brother Joe Hopper will assist known in the history of Nevads, resulted lator and the Mother's Friend. Mrs. JamksTiioxpjos. nnnnds of butter tf. a commission merchant the pastor and greit good is expected to re- from the late blizzud. Scores of people Respectlully, were frrzen. Louisville a short time ago and havo re sult. In Linton, Ga., Not. 10, 1631, The preachers and presiding elders of The proposition to allow one month's 1 have been using yourFemale Regulator for some ceived information from him that It is nt. purthe Louisville Conference i ecelye an aver- extra pay to diecharged employes has been time with tbe best of results, and tlndlt to be just terly unsalable In that market for table for it woman's best friend. also says that the butter of ev age annual salary of $374 41. The memverv monerly defeated by tbe House at what you claim poses. He Mrs. W. L. Hkatks. Rcfpectiully, haa been spoiled bership of tbe Conference Is 31 223; the av Washington. ery creamery In Kentucky by Brent & erase amount given by each member i Rev. Mr. Brlslor, who has been on tri XJrsrXESR.T7-A.I5LE!r:l.- , by the "experts" put In charge We are constantly receiving sucb voluntary tesal before a jury of his fellow pastors at Jer- timony. manufacture and In packing. $170. Co., both In condiThe funeral of Eld. W. I. Fowle ot sey City, charged with criminal intimacy Send for our Treatlso on tbe Diseases of Women, ANDHad thb butter been in the proper mailed tree. Address readily brought 36 Lancaster Friday waa yery largely attend TfiTTt Miss Ida Dournes, was found guilty. tion it would have Bradkield RnouLATOa Co.. Atlanta, Us. A representative of a New York syn! ceqts, as It Is It will hcrdly bring to cents. ed, a number going from here to pay the Foreale by DR. M. h. BOURNE, Stanford, Ky. of respect to his memory. Eld. dicate, backed by $5,000,000. is in Tennec and last tribute The man Hubbard, employed here, proved John Sbou3e preached tho dffcoune from see for the purpose of buying all the coal who skipped between two days, fhiukentht ItxJ t and Pieturu Fiame3. A Largo Stock and a thrulHer ofsntt cUvs f Wall Taper, Mouldings, Pictures itat utterly Incompetent 2 Tim. 1:12 and w asisted in the services lands in Anderson and Campbell counties. rem his flrra himself to be a rascal, Fiiio Astortnicnt always on liands. ttniutt unltcittl tstitfui W TO 4 DAV8 II twn. A prosecution awaits by Kev.Mr. Qoodloe of tho Presbyterian He has already made large purchases, for the budness VIRPIIY DR03. u section chorch, and Eld. Milton Elliott, of Kirka-vlll- e. gH A preacher was hung In Louisiana Ft)'t if be ever shows up in this him ftbtiwon the livei ol f Jitiii jib The church of which ho wsb pastor daj for the murder of his mistress and beginning to end has OVER FIVE THOUSAND pieces of Wall Paper to be oiioned January 1st, embracing orer Fifty tl.e pwUiCBnl sew rtstf Tho whole thing from ste, IfssiR ':'. Ct sniwif ta UiJtag MfeU. Satins, Men's Gilt, do, -t- rim different dislgns and patterns Irom the cheapest lo the cibc. if th niton. for the stockholders, who very generously paid his salary in full dur- when the drop fell (he rope cut an artery been a costly one in" C5 A 'MITII wed and rendy for tho wsll or put on tbe vfall. I hars bovglt them lo tell sad you ncl b "loot fur. reping the long months of his confinement and and the b1nrd 'nnrlintr. delmed the spec i. U I ther for lower prices. will not soon be caught by ths pretty t. VjaJJMS rnini'lcred in every way to his comfort. tutors and created a panic among them. JlurSI WW. resentations of a plausible yanuee. nlgiit. Kink ThunwUr night, "Mikado" Friday LAND. STOCK &ND CROP DANVILLE. B0TLE COUNIt. J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR., 3 Notice Jacob Miller Son, SHIRT, Pnr-rnn- d Houth.-,...M.-...- .... PUBLIU NAM2. Bonds and Stocks. KEWCOMB HOTEI al l" U 83-6- ar-ri- fe -- H Frank Allison. 'i 88-l- yr J. LOWER PRICES la-di- THE AST CAIsIi! TAX-PAYEII- S. As times are hard and money scarce, I have determined to sell goods this year ON A De-lan- WHISKYFOR SMALLER MARGIN he. "" Than heretofore to Cash customers and those who pay their accounts promptly. Those who do not pay thus, I don't intend to J. OPERA HOUSE, sell to at all. Working on this plan, I will be enabled to sell M-lcourt-hous- - Friday, January 22nd. 00. y Tin-- Than any one else, quality of Mikado. goods considered. truth. have any doubt of the above, give me a trial and be convinced of its If you O" "side-splittin- m 1. B. WMJBWB9 Post-Offic- Living Witnesses Testify. Cor. Main & Somerset Streets. Stanford, Ky. C. H. RUPLEY, NEW GOODS FOR FALL &WINTER B. K. WEAREN, -ficwt-Volr- Dealer in Furniture eiui.i-wi.'ui- I 7 jSeim-SSSuMo In'tri" losnml Since LOVE'S FAREWELL. Michael Drayton. WAYS OF THE SPIDER. A POSTED. FOR COUGHS sVriD ORo.JP Utt ". RISKS A MINER RUNS. A LIFE LOST FOR EVERY FIFTY THOUSAND TONS OF COAL. Cnuaea of there's no bolp, como let ui kUt anl part, Kay, I have dour, you get do more of tai And I am glad, yta, glad with all say hsart, That thus ib cleanly I myself can free; THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect CREATURE OF GREAT STRENGTH AND FEROCITY. The CMr A iel Fatality In tho Mines St Oloftor Light -Llft-htln- Shake bands forever, osncol all our rows And whtn we ! at any time again. Bo it not seen In either of our brows That we one jot of formor love retain. Now What an Amateur Naturalist Has Observed The Jumping Spider and Its Victim Cunning of the Wolf Spider Other Kinds. New York Bun. After an SCxpIoelon Kleetrlo at tha last gasp of lore's latest breath When, hit pulse failing, passion speechless health, and the truo way to insure health s to purify your blood with Aj ers Sana parllla. Mrs. Eliza A. dough, 34 Arlington st., Lowell, Mass., writes: 'E,vry wlutcr and spring my family, Including uiytolf, Uso several boltlei of Ayer's Experience Um convinced me tbat, as a powerful trMnaslntt hunting for (ini or through our ttm. without in snr wsr br sptctal psnall, sxcerl visit log or oa business with ti.in. An nnr l.n.lL VlaUtors mar exMCt proMcutloa to the extent of the Arc.CA.KMAN, U. 0 UOI'PKll.l! A.M. FKL.AHD. UUlfcU. STUriU sUHiroitDTlRiVlK, J, St. DRUUb tlf.ll. ... .I...I...I .1.. nftlln. Ihil nut lanill i.il.i-- ..... ...la... all S.hlnir. llh . I .... ii.. pln snj-Ulo- el,ot U. pianos: and organs. A VL t. J. CanV era AcsntS fOT tht John Church A Co. Pianos ant Orgsm, which em- brace ths following most sciini mummim.. KrubeACo., Usssltoa llroi., Dscktr A Boa and Krnr.lt Planot. Alto. Clougo A Wsrrso .and the John Church A On. Organs. These iDitrumenti are moil excellent in wne, oi iraaiuuraimuT uu All of then, sre wsrrsnted wedsfycoiapstltlon. It. Peuny, Mrs. for Hts years. H.f.rencja:-- A, K. m. nrtomte r. J. M. Philips. J. M. Moore and Mrs. UagjU Holmes. Jamca Utssler, BtaofcrM Crsb Orchard: Ilea. W.J. Undram and Miss Lit- sle Huffman, Ltncuer, kt. (Scriinton (rv) Letter. For every 60,000 tons of coal mined in the) anthracite regions ono human lifo is lost This is at the rato of fifty lives a month or almost an average of two a day for ovary worklnjr day in tho year. "VVhon "tho price ofcoal is adjusted for tho season tho cost of production and transportation is all carefully summed up in tho estimates, but this one factor of tho cost of human lifo in mining tho coal does not get into the calculations, and is never reckoned in tho prlco current. Tho chief causes of fatality in tho mines aro explosions of gas and falls of roofing. While the most dreaded form of destruction, that of explosion, does not appear from statistics to bo tho most fatal aamerleally,Tyet'it is attended by a 'fact Stat'odds to the melancholy of tho fato of iis victims. Every lifo lost in n mine explosion is a nacriilce to carelessness, either thjit careless and culpable act of a. miner or tio h"5 more deliberate carelessness of mine-oiniors When faith Is kneeling by his bed of death. And Innocence is closing up fete eyes, Ndw if thou would'it, when all have given him over, From dsath to life thou might'st him yet recover. -- ll, CHAT WITH LIBRARIAN 8P0FF0RD. Growth or Our Congressional Library The ltapld Increase of Copyrights. IWashbuton Cor. Boston Herald. in omitting to provide better light and ventilation in the mine. Scarcely n sreelc passes In tho coal region without news of sonio disaster from or the falling of a mine roof, and very accident ls followed by the cry, that g has' boon made over since began in, the .region, that there must bo better light fix- uso in mines. Tho cry is soon forgotten, because it has never been followed up by any practical effort on the part of tho men most interested to malco it of practical effort? , , v coal-minin- . WltEX DAJfOER 13 IHMISE.YT. of the publications gatherod together under tho steady eviration of the copyright law Is In itself an fact Tbey embrace not only books of every passible description and subject, from thoVtwenty volume encyclopedia of Uarnlng to the dims novels of the cheap publishing house; but there hare been accumulated over 350,000 mufieal compositions, about the same number of works of graphic art, many thousand maps, illustratnr. ing all parts of the United States and forTho miner hns the reputation of being n eign countries, and a multitude of 03t reckless and heedless person, and tho compositions, many of which, though eridonoo of many mino accidents shows, deposited in the library of congress as plainly that except for some careless net of evidence of copyright, are unpublished, a workman It would not havo happened. Somethlug About War Vessels. p is as well known to Tho danger of New York Mall and Express.! the miner as the fact that ho is alive, and Some of our most experienced naval offisuch on act of bravado or thoughtlessness as striking a match to light his pipe or tho cers believe that the immense war vieels of going forward with a naked lamp or a burn- the present day will prove Inefficient In acing candle whilo there was a strong sus- tion, because they are cumbersome, and in picion that tho deadly was lurking same instances unmanageable. There has at tils side would seem to bo the madness of been as great a change In the armament anJWostrtjetlon. Not even the most reckless and the means of handling vessels as in the construction. The two main point J that would bo supposed capable of thus deliberately iuviting a horrible death or doom are to be kept in view in constructing a war himself to soo his chance of life and escape vesiol are epeed and ease in maneuvering. stowly wear away whilo he is imprisoned in. Closely connected with these requisites U fire, so a lockod-u- gallery. Yet the Interior of a the ability to secure a xnlno after an explosion too often bears the that the guns may be used with offset both mutQ bat unmistakable witness as to tho in approaching and running away from an enrm It may be a candle, enemy. Tbo shape of the war vessels has cbangsd sometimes still clutched in tho caroler miner's hand, or a box of matches half as the motive power changed. In the old emptied, or a naked or unlocked lamp. It days of the galley, when tho veuoli were fa a common thing to hear tho report of a propelled by oars, the bow was made sharp When sails came mino accident of this kind ending up with for running purposes. into vogue tbo shape of the bow was tho statement: "Causxl by a miner workchanged, for it was no longer possible to ing with a naked lamp." ram. Tbe whole dependence in an attack A BETTER LIGHT NEEDED. But in making tho clay test to discover was upon the broadside. Now that steam U tho J.tnger that may bo presont in a cracked recognlssd as the motive power tbe bow has roof there fs not .much wonder that tho again change J to a ram, and the old broadminer risks one danger to tho moro surely side Is not the sole dependence in a naval determine tho imminence of another. Ills engagement, for there is tbe fire. The twin-screidea is a most valualamp b dull, and xUia tting clay is sur- ble one. If one screw should break rounded !7 durtaiest Tho minor to note tbe usual speed could bo made with mere certainly tho working of the clay, frequently removes his candle, and holds it the remaining one, which would bo much to are fitted nearer the crack to give him a bf tter light, proferrblesails sails. only to save coal and to have thus imperiling his own lifo and that of out with of others by tlw danger of exploding gas in tho a last resource in case theany great exigency. The main In unfinished Boston efforts to more surtly esrnpo the other and Atlantadefect is that they havo not danger that ho knows may be present If instead of the Ore-fl- y lamp tho miner is now New York's Population. compelled to irso bccnitvi of tho htlll Itack-war- d state and scicntillc neglect of InvenP'Oath's" Letter. tion in regard to tho better and safer Hght-ngIt must not be inferred, tbat thero Is any mines, ho lind n light by which ho more human happiness in this city bocniuo ould H09 clearly wlint jvas'threatening him of tbo assemblage of great corporate t the confines of tho gloomy chambers ho interests hero. Tbe averags security of ould not, tM now, constantly lx tempted to labor and of tbo family In the cities of tbo ravo the risk of weit is greater than any iu New York. We Tho electric lighting of mines has boon possess hero a population tbat has been ggosted utid experimented- - with, but it molded to tbo interests of tbe situation. s nbt soem to Ixj practical In the winding Tcey bavo fomothlng of tho Irish and llerles and isolated chambers of the in them. something of the French millet. Tho light would have to They have perhaps moro of tha German. so numerous that the cost would place They got their domestlo life in cham 1 lighting of mines by epctricjty, as a bers ana tenements, throw away une, beyond tho comldoiution of imne own- -. necessary caro and jealousy, live for tbe "Wliut Is needed," mvs an old Scran-- i day. Wh.Jo some one ono among them bemine 1k, "is n jwtablo lump, easily comes suJdsnly distinguished or in tbe lino Tied, mik! capablo.of a brilliancy so gnwt of luok, the average New Yorker is willing it' tho iiucoMiry Hafety-TOH- ii can not ro--i to stay about where he commence I. It Is thn same way In Lou Ion and tbe it to a dullness that will tempt tho nor to bring tl& unkod flame of a match same iu Paris. Tho man of success seem to caudle In coniU .with mino gases iu ba those who win by their maimer'. Evon !er that ho 'may insure hlnuclf ngainst in Wall street the man who goo ahead hai i ono danger Iio fears' more tliau an ex devoted his attention to pleasing peopla ioiu I believe that keroscno can J rather than be a big thinker. ida tobecomu tho medium of producing tho Imported Insect I'oit. v&A. It Is cboap and safe. To the jwrson Chicago Journal. ho will Invent an uupllauio by which it Profejsor Cook, in bis paper on economlo iy NjjjmJ win fyirvfyJ cociw famo mid entomology, road before tha American 'rtuisamt tho blessings of his fellow-mesouto brtlliant inventive gonlut could only Pomalogicul society, says tbo reason why X'rienco oveu for n short tiinu the ncnsn-- i ltupartoi inoct posts aro for a time more of a uiiitvi when, in tho alfijluto and deitructlve than native species is in the jlydarklicss of amino passage, h- - hears tho fact tbat tbey have fewer parasites or enemies to contend with. In tha nous sound of crackling Ihvuiis and rat-- i course of a fewyeais these enemtus increase stones mid coal overhead, tho horror In such numbers as to hold thorn in check. sh uo rejiotitiou of tho fuud can lesson, Iio says that new insect past are learning to Mipuld feel, as ho must, tho irrUtilla uic't tliat he most hnvo light, even nt feed upon plants beretoforo not disturbod by them, so tbat tbo ontomologut has conrisk of pthor lril, ho would certainly before him. i lis thought) nrjil Invention to tho oor stant work fneota increaseAnother thought In varloty and was that at unen 'tolliiighidirground, until hu d aiulnppllod tho boon for which numbsr insactlclJes are multiplied in equal, If not greater, proportion. have sighed so long more light." if Timber Culture In Germany. Stlnjry 3)1. Gravy. Ctlcago Herald. Orovy," siys a chatty person iu I Gorman) Is maLlng rapid aivances in j. Hi vury rich and very miserly. He Sloes .1873 152,000 acres plain fool bocuute Iio w too stingy to timber culture. to daliitlei Horr much be is wcrth no have been added tbo fonisth lands of tbat of the country by Yeplantlng. know j, but it cannot well bo lo than empire is said to bo covered with timber, W.00O, a largo part of which Is iu Perls s of it bsing fir aui pine. moasy ell tho h. Ami h is savin lout-o- f Fivo blind Jsviles in New York city have hh salary. organlzsd a free circulating library for Only 100 ntifftilo Left. others klmllarly afflicted. ertre Bird Grlnnell. of New York, ha ' vli,3Jy tlw Yollwtoiia Nutloual ' tiieij nro only 709 buffalo T t.t q q no'c'VU inveitlcU" the dra-mat- io flro-danifire-dam- p p fore-and-a- ft half-burne- d fore-and-a- ft w two-thirMen-of-wtwin-screw- s. of ). te di-eOne-fourttwo-third- A danger greater than that from a gas explosion constantly menaces a miner. Of tho deadly presence he may frequently trust his of the fire-dasense of smell to warn him, but the other dangor he can only discover with his eyes. This danger is that from tho fall of face-cod of the lives in tho roofs, and aro9 lost by these falls lost in'tho of coal A blast in a mine may shatter a larger area of, coal than Is thrown down. If tho minor soes a crack in the wall ahead of him, or In the roof abovo him, ho knows ho is in danger, and he can tell whether it is immitest of tho piece of nent by his nover-failln- g wet clay. This clay, plastered over tha crack, will shortly tell htm whether the crack is stationary or is slowly but surely enlarging and advancing townrd the time of the falTof rock or coaL If the crack Is enlarging tho clay will soon bhotv n crevice in itself. Then thoro Is danger swift and al one-thircoal-min- Accidonts in mines creased by the darkness. are enormously in- growth of .the copyright deposits accounts for the enormous, sisa of many of the great government 'libraries in Europe; bat our congressional library Is destined to sarpes them In a not rery remote future. The literary activity Of the United States is Increasing every year, and as the library of congress receives two copies of every book copyrighted within ten days after Its publication, dt can readily be seen that the .accessions from this source library In themalone will form a good-sizeselves. Ono of these copies goes into tho library proper for circulation, the other is retained in the copyright department and cannot bo taken out. The annual increase of the congressional library varies from 20,000 to 80,000 volumes even npw. Betide thk there has been accumulated during the last fifteen yean", with out any cost, a great oollectlon of works of art, such as engravings, chromos, photographs, lithographs and photogravures, which will one day make a surprisingly large exhibit if congress ever builds Je. library' and, art gallery to contain the wealth of material 'which now crowds a down rooms In the capltol building full to overflowing. It may give some idea of the great extent and rapid growth of oopy rights in this country, to state the fact that the annual entries of copyrights now exceed 2,000, being eevsral thousand more than the patents annually issued by that great Institution, the patent office. The business has grown from less than 10,000 entries the first year to this enormous extent at the present time. At this rate the coprrlgbt department will quadruple jtstlf The rapid In five yoars." The wide diversity A friend of an amateur naturalist was poking fun at him about his collection, and said, pointing at a common jumping spider: "Why do you bother with such rubbishl" "Take a look at him through the miaro-kcop,bo Is a beauty," said) the ninaicur. The friend looked. Klght murderous eyes glared up at him. They were ranged in two semicircles on the front of tho head, teeming with malignant cunning and ferocity. The strong jaws were open and two hollow, serrated tusks protruded from them. No neck could bo seen. Body and head were one. A model of cruel power, covered with stripes of silky tan and black hair. Eight long, triple-jointe-d, forceful legs, half hidden by hair and Xeathers armed d spikes llko locust thorns, with ending in formidable claws hooked nt their points and teethed lrko coarso combe, wero bent in the attitude of springing. The specimen seemed 'to bo as largo as a chipmunk, and in general form resembled one. "Does it uso thcoo combs on Its feet to smooth the hair and feathers on its legsj" asked his friend of the amateur. o; sharp-pointe- Blood purifier, it Is very much superior to any other preparation of Snrsaparllln. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, and especially ilcllciito children, aro sure to bo greatly beni'Iltcd by its use." J. W. Starr, Lsconla, Iowa, writes: " For years I was troubled with Scrofulous complaints. I tried scrcrnt different preparations, which did mo little, If nn)', good. Two bottles of Ayer's Ssrsapn-rlll- a effected a complete cure. It Is my opinion tlir this medicine Is tho blood b't fr.B tt..fl l ' iil whm u. s.ik Si.u, ,..t( .l..I. m ,tkrl Al.m. Mlm.lUl.l tlrMUTMl HlMlrK IIM.UWM ' rM en pt.l'l. it. .! Btralif M(h, ul I with to sell three amalt tractt ot good llaaalns: Mitt iro tt Mm nraknii im, in ForkUnJ, onconulnln4 iNJ.terM.oiw eo U. Ixlllll Wk.t l. lO I. lb. HliMlHr'"lIIS.M.U S.M,fr ! (Il.l and tbe third 149 Acreni (h Utter Hi acre comfortable IniproTsmenl. all rich land o with . ...i... Ciimii r.n.H rr LinQn in Mt to BB.at ln.a OiiSt, Crts Mo. Also 1HO I I Hl-!- FOR SAXTE ! srrsaSSS, He!"" 33Lfl XJXjiXjEIXINr. . I L-lfl. Purifier of the day." C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. H., writes: "For a number of years I wns troubled with n humor In my eyes, and unable to obtain relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparlll.1. I have taken several bottles', am greatly benefited, and believe It to be the bcit of blood purifiers." It. Harris, Creel City, Ilnmsey Co., Dakota, writes: "I havo been an intense sufferer, with Dyspepsia, for the past thrco yean. Six mouths ago I began to use and in separate tracts. tlap, near Stanford. All 1 Knob Und on Maaon'i one orthts Und hu been lately turreTM and any me. purchaie caa tee plat by eslllnir on wlablnc to Will sell low for cah or on any reasonable time, with inters at; per cent; yEr,AMD, " Blsnford, Kv a number of P. 8. I hate KM.w (Yestllngs and weanlings) tbst I will sell low and e , II. ni.,,1,.,, I'm ti Both for tale by Dr. M. U DOURNK, ci;.t.r; u4 ''uniim iit WALTKRA,TATL01t,AtlaU.Oa. tm.toiriiiah niici,niav cuhdul. rrirtfft.l moil".- t Cm ill .l t.h.pU 1 M f.Uttl,r fw It. rrlMk rIMlkf CklUna TmUUi(. HUaftrd. Mliortliorn Hull's, TITE JCMPIN--0 BPfDEn. web-makin- "Yes. They also assist in and prevent slipping when tho spider make a spring. Tho jumping spider gets his name from his nimblo bounds. Tbo fellow you havo just seen sprang to tho top of a weed two feet away from and a little lower than his web when I tickled him with a piece of wire. I know bis jaext move.wouU be to drop to tho ground. Holding vial directly under him, I gavo him another prod. lie dropped. Tho cork, saturated with chloroform, was hastily put into the viaL The spider dreamed of fat bluebottles and juicy grasshoppers for a few seconds, and then forgot .about them for ever. Somo Iiavo but two eyes, others thirteen. In differing species their arrangement also varies. The jumping spider has ail ills eyes in front, it 'does not need them clsow hero. Sitting in tho entrance of tbo woveis funnel attached to the web, and facing it, tho jumper is ready for prey or foe. it leaves no external trace of its business. Springing upon its viptfan, thi feeder drags it from the web into the funnel, dispatches it, feasts upou it, and then drops the skeleton out of tho narrow end of tbo funnel, to hang thero with other evidences of its power. When alarmed it retreats through this skeleton closet to the crannies in the fenoo or tho depths of the dense shrub-licry in which it has bullded. CIIA.SED BT TIIK "VOLr." "Tbo eyes of the wolf spider ore odapted to the uses it bos for them. On each side of ite body are two eyes, nnd in tho front of its head four. It weaves no web. Prowling along a wall, fence, or branch, the wolf spies n fly, instantly attaches a line to the object upon which it is moving, and looks wickedly at the fly. Tho fly steps forward andstoiw. Tho wolf steps forward, gets nearer to tho fly, ami stop. Every time tbo fly moves the spider follows and gains upon it until near enough for its purpose, when it pounces upon the fly and the fittest survives. Should tho fly turn from the top of tho fence to go down the side, tha wolf hastens to tho edge, drops upon tho lly, swings with him for a second upon the line, and then draws himself and his dinner up to tho top of the fence. "Houso or bam spiders chaps with big. round bodies havo two eyas on the top of the head Horny lids force these to look to the sides and rear. In front there two that can see straight forward and upward. Below the&e, on either side of tho head, are two eyes, nearly joined, with n bulging cover that binders their looking upward. Theso on the inner side of the bulges take a cross-eyeview of matters. So, you see, tbo houMj spider, hanging in tho center of the web which nn untidy maid has left swinging from the ceiling, can keep one eye upon her and another upon her broom, a third upon the musquito buzzing about in front of it, a fourth upon a little rent in the web, a fifth upon a fly that is nearing the danger iioliit, a sixth upon a crack in the ceiling, n soveuth upon one of IU own logs, and the eighth for miscellaneous purposes. wido-moutbd Dtteof PUlntlew, a superior snlmal: or I will exchange for fat hogs. Aw ourstockel. M- " 75-l- ii q)) Sarsaparilla has effected an entire cure, and I am now as well as ever." Sold by all Druggists. AYER'S JUST ISSUED. Letters Frwa touitYiiurwjlTjwajwditgsTygs Through" Coaohoa Bleeping Car. rroM and Pullman . Golden . Latitudes. LeMteTllle te Cklcage, It Prlco $1 ; Six bottles, $T. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. A largo, finely Illustrated Pamphlet, THHOUOH TABLK deeoriptiTe of tlio Northwest. Statistic VULouIitIIU: oompiled from official sources. Boat Txtt liOUUTlll .. 0. H. W ABBEH , laTO. Lafayette... on application to ) lS0pt.nl S sua Arr. " Chicago 850pm 800a 0. P. A., St. Paul, Minn. Clncitinnti ie Chlcage, IadlAsinpelli ( Cklcage tFkE 8J-- t - (; uiniup If! 12 Up io SO VU AYER'S MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD, KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propp This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Boputation, AND Lre. Cincinnati ImlianapolU. Arr. Chlrojo....... 11 ......- aoclunatl. a in 8 90 ptn II JOpui t iipsn Ham 'Dally Be sure tl"Ur Ague Cure JUalarUl " Bunday. rear tlcitt icedi tU tbe IS WARRANTED to cure Fetcr and Aguo, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lie mlttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or " Break-bone,- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from poison. MONON ROUrU, as It It Ibt quItkeeU the belt and inoet dlrrct Hue to Chicago and points In the Northvoit. TlrktflB tIa IVia VAnnn iltnla ah .1 .11 H... rlpal ticket offlcee. For rates, map and lull In adilrea formation, Ubirsgo. nil. a.A.ijammvin.u. i', a., A , Loulisltle. J. 0'UEILL.T, O.M. (L. N.A.AC, fl'y) .! "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1884. "For eighteen months suf' ercd ivith Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. I Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Uecond to no Country Hotel in tne atato in its rare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of I their Quests. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. i) EDWJJf EARPER." rREwrtED av Lowell, Mass. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Basgaga wIllkKflareredlo saSfroMthe te rrneor chant. Rpeclal accomriodatloae (il!ticGraMt Itoulo." to CoamercUITrareltre. The Bar will alwaji aiSBllet with tae cfcoltest braade of Llqaori aid Clsara. Shortest and Qalokest Eonte from Oea tr&l Kentucky to all Points North, Hast, West and Southwest. Sold by all Druggists. Dyspepsia & Asthma Can Be Cared. There rut Line Between LEXINGTON afe CINCINNATI Your Hair Aycr'J Hair Vigor will restore tho vitality and color of youth to hair that hat becomo thin and faded; and, whero the glands are not decayed or absorbed, will cause a new growth on bald heads. the youthful color and vigor of the hair be preserved to old age? Head tbe following, from Mrs. O. Norton, Some rville, Mass. : " I havo used Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past 30 years; and, although I am upwards of CO, my hair Is as abundant and glossy as when I was 20.' assured, that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor will convinco you of its powers. Mrs. M. E. OofT, Lead ille, Col., writes: "Two years ago, my hair having almost entirely fallen out, I commenced y my tho uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor. hair is 23 Inches long, fine, strong, and healthy." TT?TCrt?"K7T?Ti Bua strengthened XlJCiXlJDWJCiiJ by the uc of Ayer's Hair Vigor, the hair regains Its youthful color and vitality. Her. H. P. should be your crowning glory. MAY Dyspeptic Elixir CUHE For tale by Dr. M. L. Bourne, hHanbrd, I Schedule In Effect Oct. II. ISiS. 1 perhaps no dlteate eo prevalent at Dra-pcpi- la or IndlgMtloa, and one, too, that up to the present time baa bafilol tbe ikill oflhe moat ml. TJi.?, ,"Korj-rH5:'- nr of the chronic dU- Lett phialclani. Two-Ulrd- a BOCTH-BOOXTbe aymp. hare their O'UIn In Dytpeptla. a feeling Hun., Dally iEx. Hun. of toina are loai of appetite, lo of dnb, lullneu or weight In tbe stomach, ccculonal nau Lee. OoTlniton....l S 10 a 8 10 db I 00 pm tra or Totalling, acidity, flatulence, dull pain In ' Kalmoutb.. 9 M a ta 9 31 p n the held, with a sensation of brarloee or glJdl-D- e, Cynthlana ... II 01 a m 10 Ti p a IrreguUrtty of howela. low tplrlls. sleepleaa-BArr. rrla........... 11 40 a mil 00 p m 5 IS p m aallow akin, derangement of kldoeyi,and not t 17 PCI muuIIUUm.. li p, I1 ta unfnvjuently palpitation of tbe heart. m it 03 t mi 8 ii pm II If you are tudtrlng with any of thcee ayuptomi Lts, 12 SO p m II 40 p m 8 10 p m Arr. Winchester 11 7 IS per Hlchmoad....i 2 M pm ..... 11 8 IS " Rowland 8 00 p ... Lre. Ulcbnisad.. ,. .. Arr. ptres. ... ..... M.. a " LlelngttoHM. 01 YOU. WILTi lim i. a lllpu lllpm DR. HOLT'S rrt...... IncuUr.., pm,., IDipu lpm m. No. 11 oil...,,. ...... NO. S ., 1 OTHER BrKCMM. Ky.7S-- NOKH-llOCK- "Tbe ground spider is tbe lion of its kind. Sizu considered, it is swifter than a deer. It runs down its game. Ite eyes are placed two on the sides and two in front of the narrow part of its peaked head, ami four in a row ImjIow, oil tho'front of the broader "A pi luting office furnished mo with the strangest spider I have. It was a lean, tubular-lxxllelank, hecimeu, with very long, thin legs nnd a remarkably hungry look. He had two eyes in front, nnd on each fcidQ of tho head three, lapping on each other as clover loaves do." "How do you get your spidirsi" "Catch some myself; others ure sent to ma .An acquaintance sent mo three the other day. When I unwrajqxxl tho package and wiw they were iu ono box 1 became doubtful. I opened tho box. Ono of the three wot a jumping spider. What tho others wero I c;uld not telL Tho jumping spider lind killed them, and was frisking about otcr their broken carcasses." small-headed eae ejw No. I. to-d- BE I.ta. Lltlufiton.. " Hrrwi.. Arr. Ulchmond -- . I88G THE COURIER-JOURHAL. 8 00 a m M..MM.M, 10 32 a m ... . 11 uoo part Aioaaixor LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. as ixtur or Monniiollts, Ollarcliltm, nml (ha (Spirit ofKectlonal btrlfr. l UtNiir V Ttraw it tlio tuknuMleJgwl RcprttenU-tit- s NewipaDtr ol the South, u Oemocrttio l i. all ,h n.- - I. )cr a llr.i, reduction ol the War Taiei at lo .1 iu tU uple by the tariff now In f r To-da- Th rnurlr-Jnnrn- r.. l.tit,iil l.i, ' Lancaiter ..... . am Arr. Ulchmond. ... ..II am Lee. Ulchmond ...... I EOlm I U p m,. 7 M a ml 2 33 ami. Arr. 'Wlncheater 3 C3 a id Arr l'arli. ...... Lre. Islington .... 7 2J a in 2 40 p m 4 30 pm Lre Parte ............ 8 20 a in X .to p m' 8 70 pm 11 Oyntblana... 8 A3 a ui 3 ii p m S SI pm 9 S3 a in 4 41 p in fi S7 pm " Kalmouth II SO a m A 00 i m 8 43 pin Arr. Uorlngton Lve. Itowland.....!. tla m 7 IS 8 OS 00 ami, ... .. IUiiu. MAYMTILLK I1UANCII. WOflTII-llOCX- Not Cut Out for Journalism. Cblcajro Ledzer Tho llttls daughter of a literary man bjgiu writing stories when she was only 7 or b years old. One day a visitor to whom she ha I bean showing bar efforts sill: ''Iexpactyou will grow up to ba a writer like your father, Nettls. You will write r, storlei and have them printed iu tho nsws-pnpa- College, Mecklenused Ayer's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. It is an excellent preservative." the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo. JJ A. Dadniau, Watciloo, Mo., hud his hair restored to Its original healthy condition. Jlc was nearly bald, und very gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of Uio Vigor wero required to rcstoro my hair to Its youthful color and quantity." Williamson, burg Co., Davidson The Weekly l '. C, writes: "I have the eklr tiwf.p r j .Mi.' nl !, tl. I'niled Miilre, an 1 f r tl.w ijuntini) aud , unlity tif nmlter that ait In n.. Ii Imho of It, It it lint itturrn. lit telegraphic nens faollllei tutrU any othr p- - i. anl It 1ml tho rticm rf the nllf.t llln nn r.'tr. ,..mmIiiI. In th country. It rwnUilvnei ol tha Meek fn.m nation i fthe World. It t lo lit Ihr Uk'li 'lit llnjiur .i gr'alnr iiuuil-- r of Serial and Short Stories r pmtnlrrtit anl r xnlcr. Hun an) i f llio ulikhiii- -. It ii in etrry Mcdcl Politics! anj rarllv tt Courier-Journa- l ryo.gf,, Dally .. , . Ko. m. Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. riuu. 2 00 7 21 a m ery ,. Lte Cbvlnclon. " Ixxluntun " Paris ArrMlllernhurg " Carlltln 11 ' ! Jobstoi " ilaytvllle tfoCTll-Koi'tt- ... illi i I a mi 3 3 p tit 9 08 a ml (1 10 p m CS s mi 7 b7 p in 10 to a m 1 60 p m 5l' S30am 323pm 4) 17 pm t 30 p in Paper. ui.iu l.lcli-l'flc- TlXZTr-ZbT- ). won't youf "Oj, my, nol" sail the little girl, with a serious face; "my stories wouldn't never do to print." Why, wouldn't theyr "Why, bscause the ain't truo. They're juit tbe things that I make up." Hair Vigor cures dls-TTClTrTi3. cases of tho scalp. F. H. Foster, Princeton, Ind., wrltos: "I had been troubled for years with a dNeaso of the scalp; my hoad was covered with f, and the hair dry and harsh. Ayer's Hair Vigor gavo mo Immedl.ito relief, cleansed tho scalp, nml rendered tho hair soft and pliable." Olil J 's U dan-draf- orilia h.ite, Tj he viilidiii It y prmt and penpl thri'iighout the I lilted Malta to Id n K'"t ; Kr. tt In aUo ; great in rnteri'ilt" ; K"'t In fcblhlj' ; j;rcatln IU currecturx Jt Infutint. tlonj In Ttrhtyj great In errry ernw Tho WooVly Courier-Journhm by fsr tho Largest Circulation of any Newspaper In America. al Dally Dally iKx. Bun. Kx. tiuu 8 43 27 7 2d 7 48 8 IS 9 10 fi Dou-ocrat- lo Lie MayaTllle.. It It arknowMeM 'JIt Krt la without It In thi-lA li't. ThuMt nil ltltli'iwr llitt opportunity U a gmtt " " Arr " " Johmun... Car ale Mllleraburc -- .. , Pnrli Iexlngton.,,, UQTinton Mieij neteeeee teee ml 8 13 pm ml 6 10 n m II 30a m 8 43 pm Win-cliMt- tr. a a a a a a ml m 2 43 p iu m; 3 28 p in in, 4 23 p in 4 47 pm w A PatUfuotorjr Kxplanatlon. (Chicago nUck Diamond.) ''Yes, darling." "O, Gnwge!" I fear, 0 I fear, that my parent! will oppoJo our marriage." "What makes you think sol" "Why, you know, Gawge, ma thinks you're a flirt. She saw you poking the fire In the grate last night, and she said you did it too well She said no young man had that twi.t of tbo wrist who dlin't sit up with a good many girls regularly, O, Gawge, are you deceiving iubC "Deoalvlng you? Nawl 1 got thut twi.t when I first went into th restaurant business opening oysters. I am all yours, Angelina." kO, Gawgol" Ayer's Hair Vigor, PltEPAKCD BY Or, arottrin-fn erly tiilncrib-"- . Ou receipt of it rvjuiat for llinn, ariul free cl charge a Mmplo t y of V nkly Uuiirlrr-Jimrn.- il anl our 1'rrmluiu ulvlug uur lull li.t of prcniluuK, to uuy mlJru.j. areat li.t nf tartly FREE PREMIUMS. liuiiilmiiiin and nv;ful prruiiiiniii suBsoniPTioir teiims. ynr, IncludlnR it u ence loVo It uro but willing to lionif i. nt IexIngton and Coelngton; other tralm are daily except Sunday. conn, ctloni are m ado at Wlnchetler with Direct Cheaaprake A Ublo for Ml. Hterllns, Ashland, Huntlnifton, Cbarletton, W. Va and Haitern cit- Notk. Tralm 8 and i are dally between J J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., For sale by all Druggists. U.J3. A. Weei.lr, ono CLUBBING SEill-HULKIiY RATES. nutter we To those (hairing additional reading will club the I.Vl'JMtlOll jouksal 83 2 60 n CO CO Weekly, tori ilrnof file olid over, vtllhoiil premium, imcIi j jo Fcr tery club ol fits names sent us at ono lime, ths sender ol club villi be sent as a present any ono ol our tree premiums selected by him. Dilly, ( xc.-ii MinJi) i, ono jeur... $10 CO Dally, (xrept riumUjl, .It in iillm f,u) D.illv, (vseppl hundii), one munth 1 (O Hiiii'luy, cue jear. ... 1! m Sunday, nt moiill). l,(o Xo tratellnat njenta ore employ! by the Cjuiler-Juiirim- """"i fre pre- JIX0 'ant Line; Not. 8 and 4 run via Winchester. Id Trulm, with Pullman tileeplcir. Can betweoa Cincinnati and Ulchmond, Va., aud Wlnchcttet and WaiblnKlop, D. C. Tbrouich tlckuli and baegage checked to any deitlnation rrachtsl by railroad. W. II. WniTTLESBY, B. F. U. MOU3K, Paaapnger Agcot, Trar. Pan. Agent, Covington, K.r. Islington, H.y C. W.3MITM, H. W. FULLKK, 'General ies. Manner. (Jan. ! Ay With the ' Vklr .infullowi: Couilfr-Jitirii- Covering for L'uilnrsroiiiid Wires. It i3 said tbnt underground wires, covered with chemically prepxrsl palmotto fibar, have stool remarkable tets without failure, and for covorlu? slnglo or few wlrestbat substance fs probably tbe host and chaapiit covoring now kuowu. -- ' " ' '' ' " " " " '" New Yoik World Now York 5un Ilnrp'r's Miwiulne S C CO tlsrpvr't Wwklv Jfoutlwrii ftivouuc Home snl Harm . 20 3 00 2 60 Uit It in etery tviiirn unity, to Mlnun h lllwrnl rnuli tt'iuniirkiun I allou.d. If tlio (Vtirlor-fiiilrnlin mi lixitl uuent In jour nelijhlipr-Iikh- I. In tit fur our A. cut'. CuiiihmIiik fii. Outftt, wlilrh v trud fuc or cUtte AH or'lr, reo.ne.tt P.r ni(lt, ruin!e Ji'I'i' i, tc, tin uld 1 luldreetiMl lu hiititiruodlw iluji'ntit Hiite. Many a Lady-i- s V. N. HALDEMAN, rrMiawt CrMroiMl Ce iOJ'Iff t -- ,W,1-i''- oonrlB''".L HifM ate only ubout $7,000 OlQ of nxl luoj Umwr our Korernmonl boudi held iu Kurope. Id Isrt, no uiatUr vhn' pulil'.cstl'U ynu iloalrn, we can furntili It with our piper snd nay jou imublinnl tzHnd of remitting far it, fruui 60 cams to Si M. w ho Imwi siitjtdy iuld, can Olu tlitpwlrri or tills eusr ly p'jlDf luo dlfiiir. Lot'wvai.i:, KV beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. iiit6ltii, 81 V, t, Aal ! h till -- 4. vyr, a'ansuid. "Ol'fll. THJOPAPER iuuU'u.'Ut..ui (.afu-uJiO- Jl; 4 on 01r .t .ir.W ftt Deo. P. lOKJu