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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886012201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VeeUi! mfefiif limfimL fSSr, VOL. XIV. Stmi-88cefi- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1886. nleriorloumal NO. 92. CANDIDATES. B GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. Qod is Lore and Nothing Else." We find the following from Mr. Barnes in the Bombay, India, Guardian of Nov. 14, in answer to charge made In two or more newipaper by Dra. Thoburn and VubUthcd Tttenlaua ami Frittitv Garrard REV. A. BOGLE Dontlist, The Orfeley Rides will be Inspected on U It U uaaVstooJ U we credit that BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. Ii toil demanded. the evening of January 29 Mr, Eb K of a Candidate lor Superintendent Public School! Office on Ltncaitsr street, next door to a Lincoln, lubject to the action of the Dtmoc Higgles was appointed orderly sargeat last racy. Journal ode. Oflce hoar from 8 to 12 a. K.and 1 to 5 r. m. Anesthetlci admlnlitered wn Bad!, that he held "peculiar view" of an Tuesday evening. r. W. P. WALTON. necoMarr. objectionable character; without elating W. B. WITHERS James A Moberly and Miss Nellie fie what those "viewa" were, so that others bataln were licensed to wd on the 19th. I a Candidate for Assessor, aubject to the action might judge whether they were Scriptural 4 National Bankrupt Law, Andy Mack and Miss Margaret Prauner ofthe Democracy. It it Mid tbtt Senator Brck will Intro or not, Omitting tho introduction we give obtain c license on the 20th. Dressed Pino Flooring, OeiHng, Weather E. D. KENNEDY dues a bill for a bankrupt lair In the Sen the letter belowj TlAavfYs linlniniv l- Mr. J. C. Thompson, our wideawake -. ., . w ,. , , UJOBLL AJUU1UOI, """"l iiuwuiugKougn, ate liurlOK the present session of Congreu. But lot troth' sake, here are my "pecuunuiuaieior Aiieuor,iuojKi mo icuuu ui jeweler, has about completed arrangements ib Democratic puty. in tne Lumber Including" th The country dose not need a binkiupt law liar view" in all the r nakedness, thai all to remove to Lexington on April let. Lan Latns ana Hhingles. Heck I guilty of such an In may Judge whether they are true or false and If Senator caster will be deprived of one of her best convenience of our customers in GEORGE S. CARPENTER ZPor the vicinity ire have arranel with Hun-foIn It 1. I hold that the Lard saves a siouer discretion we intend Joining the and business men when Mr. Thompson leavis. Geo. a Candidate for Coaoty Clerk, lubjtct to the ac- D, ireuren to kMp on hi yarda an atiortment iust a he is; In his sin and before rcquir crueade against him. -- Mrs, 8. H. stl waa attacked with Ii of the Democracy. of our Lumber, where they can get It u cheap u tion from ut direct. He will alio make eitlmaiee for There It not an argument In faror of auch lug btm as a im qua non, to quit them or puerperal convuleioos last Sunday mornany Mill not on banli,jrhlch wo will fill on ihort feel sorry for them, or confer them, or re a law, but there are scores against It. MMSmjVIX A) DAVIS. ing and for twenty-fou- r notice. Sf. JOHNSON life wm hours her u em Lily. K rhe fellowlnz from the remonstrance of form his life; or forgivo hi enemies, or despaired of. Attending physician, W. S. Is a Candidate for Alienor of Lincoln countr. tub the LUtIHc Board of( Trade embodies make restitution for wrong done, or pray, or ject to the acUon ol the Democracy. O'Neal, says she is now out of danger and iomeTlsorouibut not orerdrawn language weep, or vow amendment, or anything else, will recover. A. o commonly put before a poor tinner, as a WILLIS C. BARNETT on tbe'tublecl: The Garrard Circuit Court, which beAll our bankrupt laws are repudiation hurdle to be leaped In getting to his Savgins Monday, has the lightest dock-e- l Is a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln county, aubject to primary election of the Demo lawr: Jaw for partial repudiation, it is true iour. for years. The Commonwealth cases cratlc partr. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL My "peculiar view" is, thai Jeau "takes but nevertheless repudiation lawi. number 08; common law 15; common law the corer of which mi it 1 am" asking oo question; proThey are Uwi under And the LouliTllle W. T. SAUNDERS appearances 40; old equity 175; equity apone who baa obtained the money or good pounding oo conditions; glad to get mr; pearances 40, total 333. la a Candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ot Courierof another under promise to return or pay and only seeing that there ia"tint,a will The Leland Opera Company presented the Democracy. ing mind" without which even aa Al tlo-la- te One year for only S3 two papera tot little for them, may, under eorer of the law, the Mikado at the City Hall Wednesday eve, more than the price of one. T. M. PENNINGTON hla promise and deprlf a the other of mighty Qod can not save a lost sinner. In instead of Friday aa was first advertised. short Candidate forJCountr Clerk ol Lincoln, aub his Jail dues. They are law under which By paring ua S3 you will reoel-- e for on year The change In dates was not generally la a to ect the action of the Democracy. your home paper with the l, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and the one may launch into erery sprcles of ex known and in addition to this the weathrepreaenUtire newipaper of the Bouth, democrat- thou shall be saved," is a poor sinner' Ic and for a tariff for rerenue only, and the tratigaace and ipeculatlon and wild expeThe Mormon Must Oo. er was unpropitioua but in spite of these brighteat and ableat lumlly weekly In the Unltl B. PAXTON "draw, Htatea. Thoeo who dealre to examine a larapia The following is a synopsis of the Ed- drawbacks a remarkably good audience riment, and then, cecaplng the natural con Magna Chart, encumbered with no Ia a candidate for Countr Attorney, aubject to the copy of the Courier-Journcan do so atthia otflc. backs, expressed or implied. And that be- munds bill against polygamy, which passsequences of bit acta, throw the loss on was present. The performance was in ev primary election to occur the Qnt Saturday In lief, is always and only "with the heart," thoeVwho trailed him and enjoy hi futed the Senate: ery way fint-cla- -e and those who failed to To get wives and witneascs into court at attend were made to regret it when they ure gaim free from put liabilities. They or human will, which once surrendered, JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD CHESAPEAKE AND HY. They Salvation is secure i forever the "life" all hatxuds, and make them talk; to find heard It spoken of so highly . by the ones destroy the obligation of contract given being an "eternal" one, and in no out all about marriages of all kinds; to who attended. Mies Layinla Shannon, who la a Candidate for County ' Attorney o( Lincoln, uneettle confidence bttween merchant and subject to the action of the Democracy. merchant and between man and man. By danger of coming to an end after live or prevent female suflrage; to abrogate all is quite a favorite here, appeared as one of Kcntnekj's Ronte East good behavior. It being given, probate laws that allow inheritance by the the "little maids from school" and as ustempting weak peraoni to obtain the prop- ten years of roa JUDGE T. W. YARNON erty of other, or to create debti and pay not because I am good, but because I am children or heirs of second and successive ual captivated the spectators. We bespeak for office of Coun-- tj to the a Candidate Washington, Philadelphia and.. discharge, they lead bad, and for Jesm' sake alone; It will 4 not living and undlvorced wire; to pronounce for them a liberal patronage in Stanford la Judge, mbject to the action of the Democracy. Now York. be withdrawn because I fall, little or much; illegitimate the children of second and to demoraltiition and double the rlaks of for such they certainly deserve. In the be continued, because it Is a frte gift successive living and undivorced wives, The only line running D. SWOPE legitimate merchant. They aflord a meaha but second act when bis majeaty, tho Mikado my Heavenly Father, baed upon His born after the bill shall become Ian; to accldently of oppression of unfortunate debtor, by from lost bis queue, it caused much Ian Candidate far Countr Clerk of Lincoln, aubject PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS ' for the cross' prosecute and punish for adultery on com- merriment in the audlenc? and among the to.the action of the Democracy. creditor!, and the fraudulent and dlshon- - dear Son's work and given by debtor! toward trusting sake alone, utterly irrespective of my pers- plaint of anybody; to rent up and break performers. eat repudiation SOLID GEORGE II. COOPER onal character or deserts; and mice, irre down the power of the Mormon church corFBOJf creditors. They keep, at a rait expense "Arthur, I fear, abt I fear you haye Ii a candidate for CoUiity Clerk of Lincoln, tubject Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. largo and complicited system of officials versibly, on account of.tbe Saviour' merits, poration by the presidential appointment ceased to love me!" "Why, Emma what to the action of the L emocratlcpmy. simple acetntance of the sinie, "to of fourteen trustees who ehall sell all propto Washington City, to be supported and enriched out of the as- on mr Connecting in the same dcrot with and to hold;" with my "fee simple" erly not held exclusively for religious wor- makes you think st?" "Well, you see, Ar sets of unprotected debtor, which by right hare JA3IES P. BAILEY Fast Trains for Now York. thur, it used to take you so long to button ihould go to the creditor; while many ot rights forever "warranted and defended," ship and apply the proceeds to the school my gloves The Direct Route to you do it so quickly I" Is a candidate for Circuit Clerk, aubject to the acand now by the Father, who gave them to me while fund of the Territory, and who shall dee, Lynchburg, the cfficlals'under the full operation of the tion ol the democratic party. Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina Points. a poor sinner; the Sin, who deserved that a stroy the Immigration fund; to destroy all been Two hundred and two lions have acta, experience ha ihown, extend their For tickets and further information, apply to nothing; and your nearest ticket office or address W. W.MonT. D. KEHXAXD businre to the hunting down of crippled inner ihould have them for corporations organiz)d to bring any per- killed in Algeria during the last twelve roe, Dir. Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington. the Holy Qhoit, who "seels me unto the son or persons whatever into the Territory; years. Also 1.2M panthers, 1,782 hyenas, mercbanta. Oy conatantly throwing upon Ii a candidate tor Sheriff of Lincotn countr. aub- - Ky. redemption," nnd not as long as I ject to the action of the democracy. the market at bankrupt price, atockt of day of XI. W. FULLER, to gerrymander the Territory by Federal 127,105 jackals. O. W. HHIT1I, Oen'l Manner, Gen'l Pasi'r Ag1.. behave myself. good under farced sales, they timettle Talofficer; to clothe Federal officers with miRichmond. Virginia. THAT HACKING COUQU can be so quickly W. Ii. DAWSON 2 The foundation, thui laid In purett. nor civil powers in addition to their major lies and dUturb ruinauiiy the legitimate Shlloh'a Cure. We guarantee it. M. L. rif!lfl.jk frt- - .Tall-- 1 nf T Inntn rTvintv. attK. grace, s that the question of my persona duties. This terrible bill, which excites cured by 1mm flow of trade Bourne. to he action of the Democratic party. salvation need never be raised again for an the wooder even of Salt Lake City WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyipepiia and LIt-e- r Ject t Theee are the effect of a bankrupt law, free perfectly so to address Complaint? Bhlloh'a Vitallier la guaranteed to was passed by a vote of 37 to told in plain word and what any man who Instant, I am SAM. M. OWENS myself to the sesond department of the 7, and probably several of the seven would cure you. For aale br M. L. Bourne. ha the Intercut of hi country at heart can 8LEEPLE3S NIG UTS, made miserable by that Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, aub-- E ten deliverance from & MISSISSIPPI R. W have voted for it to save it. Thirty two terrible cough. Bblloh'i Cure ii the remedy for ject to the action of the Democratic party. deilre to aaddle a curie upon it for 1 more great Salvation faculties the power of sin. As it is written "Thou Senators with shaky nerve were abient. you. For aale at M. L. Bourne'a, than we can imagine or truit our . R. CARPENTER, CATARRH CURED, health and aweet breath to analyzi. A bankrupt law make the shaltcall his name Jesus, for He shall save The House may not stop long on the pas. The direct through line and old established route cured by Bhlloh'a Catarrh Remedy. Trice SCc. Ii a Candidate for his people from their tins.' aa County Attorney, from age of the bill, and, as the President In De- Nuil injector free. For tale by M. L. Bourne. man of mean chary of truating out hi aubject to the action of the Democratic patty. Under this heal I constantly affirm holi cember wrote a high-scho- ol essay on the wealth In any aum to anybody unless well Bucken's Arnica Salre. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis fireside, ecured In a way that make the law prac- nets, in its scriptural same of purity of delights of the JAMES W. ALCORN and all points in the West. heart; perfectness of position; while yet, we advise the Mormons to go to Mexico at The belt SaWe in the world lor Cute, Bruitea tically Inoperative. We hare reference to Bores, Tetter, Chapped ( a Cadldate for Circuit Judge in the this DisBait Rheum, Fe-from the necessary limitation) of our once. The polygamous bishops are a set ot Bores, that engine of oppreaiion and ruin, the Uandi, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Eruption i, trict, ruujecl to the action of the Democracy. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. Three (S) Dally Trains from Cincinnati mortgage system. The poor man, or oren earthly position, there will be imperfectnea dog far too old to learn the tricks Mr. and potltirely curei Pllei, or no pay required. I, to St, Loula. In all, till "these vile bodies are fashioned o Ihe li guaranteed to gtte perfect Mtlifactton, or money the citizen who 1 moderately Edmunds has in store for them. R. O. WARREN Only lO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati like to Ills glorious body," and we shall, Current hopes the medicine we are about to refunded. Price 2 centi per box. For aale by can not engage In bualoe, no difference toVt, Louis. to the oflce of Comla a Candidate for Penny 4 McAUiter. be completely "like Him, monwealth'! Attorney ot the 8th Judicial Dli how honest he may be, without planking for the first time, give the Mormons may never be prescribed trlct, aubject to the action ot the Democracy. Only Line by which you can So that Tho An Old Citizen Speaks. for our own body politic. Perhaps there down the cub, being thu deprired of a for we shall see Him ai He is." got a Through Slooping Car , . Mr. J. M. Norrls, an eld cltlxan of Rome, Qa. large share of the profit that await him Scriptural "holiness" and that which the would be an honester cruelty in sending an O. H. WADDLE From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. Lord is satisfied with, "while earth remain-eth,- " army, to run Salt Lake as Butler ran New ayi that be bad been badly troubled with Kidunder an ordinary condition of affiir. ney Complaint for a great iuiny years and with a Candidate for Commonwealth'! Attorney of T"T-iIs that perfect position, which may tlmoa could acarcely Ii 8th Judicial Dlfrict, aubject to Breckinridge New. Pi fir TUT iilhoonly Unorunnlng-JOrleans, and the majesty of civil law and Eciema for threo ream; at the Oh JLVX, through from Louisville tueactlonlof be and, in pointof fact, always is, accompi-tileget bedrabbled. Yet if walk, and had tried manr remedies without ben- tne uemocrauc party. and Cincinnati toSt. Louis, all other routes being liberty might not KepreMntatire B.P.Bland, of Ltba made up of a combination of amall roads. efit, before he began talios Electric Bitters and wllh imptrfect practice. In a word polygamy will go no other way, let It go anointing bit hands with Bucklen's Arnica Salic, non, Mo., who ha been elected serin tlines the Lord is not as exacting in his demands, JOHN S. VAN WINKLE The Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Current. this way of Elmunds'. Thli treatment afforded him great relief and bo Bleeping Cars on nlgbt trains; Luxuriant Parto Congress. I a Kentuckian by birth, in on either sinner or saint, as man. And Electric Bitten to all who Tt a Candidate for Circuit Judie of the Stn Dls itrongly recommends lor Cars on dar trains; Elegant Day Coach- - , "i hi Gltt year to the Primary election ot the Dem ea on an trains. while he never gives any man, before being is entirely immaterial to the aversge auflcr with Kidney Complalnta,or need a Blood trlct. subl-It Saturday in Marcbfl Direct and close connections aro made in UNION ocratic partr to b' llelJ the The largeet dog In the country I laid raved or after, the lewl psrmission to sin, lawyer whether or not a client whom he Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAUiter. 1BSU. DEPOXd with diverging lines br theO. A M. to be a St. Bernard, owned at Glen Gove, yet "knowing our frame and remembering has been employed to defend is guilty. Railway, thus avoiding troblesome transMost Excellent. fers by other routes. L. T. He measures 7 feet 11 inche from that we are dual," he mnkes provision for The same patience preservanco and dexAtklm, Chief or Police, Enorvllle, Tenn., The Ohio A Mlstlsslppl Railway is the only line J.J. the end of hi note to the lip of bis tail, what he know we will do and is quite sat terity are exerted in the one case as in the wrltci; "My family and;i arc beneficiaries of your Female College, between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts under one management, running all its aland 2'y Inche izx and weighs 102 isfied, if we "grow in grace," like "dear other to defeat the ends of the law. Hence most excellent medicine. Dr. King's Mew DIicot. trains through solid and in consequence STANFORD, KY., Ronte beli recognized First-Clapound. of trips and falls, each while all toleration and leniency should ery for Comumrtlon; haying (found It to be all children," in spite tween thoee Cities. - - PRES. truth day advancing in practical piety, so that be extended to an accused criminal when that you claim for It, dealre to testify to its vir- AI.EX. S. PAXTON Bsecher utteredja whole-souleApply to ticket Agents of connecting lines fox tue. My frlendi to whom I hato recommended It lull particulars aa to rates, time, when he laid there are times when a man I can not do the things I did yester- he Is seeking to obtain a fair and impar- praise it at every opportunity." Dr. Klng'iKew The Second Term of the present session will be- or any desired Information, or writemaps, circulars to discipline must swear or burnt. Such a moment is day with a clear conscience, because I tial trial, on the other hand patent and DiicoTery for Comumptlon Ii guaranteed to cure gin Feb. 1st, USC. Locatlen pleasant; Pupils ROUT, IT. FORMAN, ie- kind but firm: instruction tborouzh. TraT. Pass. Ag't 0. A M. R'y, Somerset. Ky. that when a man finds tbht his new laun- didn't know any better. Only the thing brsztn subtetfugen adopted to delay and de- Coughs, Colli, Broochltli, Aithma, Croup and ev celvrdat any time. Bend for circular. W-PEABODY. W. il.SHATTUC. (Jen. Pass. Ag't, 1'res. and Oen'l Man'gr, Fall was just as wrong in itself yesterday as to- feat trials and punishments should be con- ery affection of the Throat, Cboat and Lungs. Tridress hai alarched hi llinnel shirt. Cincinnati, 0. al Bottles Frcjat Penny A McAUiter'a Drug Store. Ritcr Advance. day. But my conscience is more enlightendemned and discountenanced. Such ef- Largt alie. tU Rent. Store In 1SSI the revenue of the United ed But don't let us call sin, not forts to bring guilty and dangerous crimiPositive Cure for Piles. States from the tax on spirits km $76,995, sin, because we don't see it to be such. If nals free may be witnessed every day in The large and desirable Store Roomin Tub To thepeoploot thla county we would aay that 355, and from fermented liquor $13,034, I were to go back to tobacco to day, it courts, and until public sentiment assumes we hare been gUen the Agsncyof Dr. Marchiil'a Joukhil building, fronting on Main st, 053. The debt of the United State reach would, with my light, be an "unpardon- such a hue as will make theee attempts Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed li tor rent. Apply to tf ir. P. IF A LTOS, Stanford. ed Its h chest Point in 18(30. when it was able sin." But I have no doubt Mr. Spur-geo- n dangerous to legal advisers as well as to to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Pllii. Price 50c a box. Louisville & Nashville K. R. $2,773,230,173.09. if he still continues the habit he culprits, the law will continue to be ridi Foraaloby Penny AMcAllitcr, Druggliti. once defended before the world enjoys culed.-Louis- vllle Times. TUB OECaT It is argued there is a great open polar aweet fellowship with his Saviour, with a BUILDERS ATTENTION Daughters, Wires and Mothers, and luheJ at eea eurrounded by icy cliff A bill to create a Pardon Adrleory We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchiil'a THROUGH TRUNK cigar in his mouth, And I am sure I had We are now prepared to furnish all klnda ot lumtimes by fearful wind and mageatic atorm. Female Remedy, t cure Femalo Dis- ber In the rough and agents for planing mills, Board bis been introduced in the Kenmost delightful "seuons," while still fetTO TUB Inflammation and Seep constantly on hand dressed flooring, celling, When these occur the (pray is hurled into An Adrisory Board, eases, such as Ovarian troubles, tered by the "nuty" habit I so loathe to- tucky Legislature. Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing Ac, at lowest prices.doora, aaab, blinds, moulding the air and the reflection of the sunlight no more than the Legislature, can abridge down felling, Irrrgulariites.'Barrenneas, Change ot 3Jtt BRIGHT A'ZXETCALF. the day. createe the phenomena known a And I say again and again, most deliber- or In anr war Interfere with the constitu LI fe.Leuchorrhce a, besides many weaknoisea springBloating, Spi"northern lights." But this riddle will nevfrom the abore, liko Headache, vim ately, that I have yet to meet, among all tional power of the Gorernor in regard to ing Weakneas, Sleepleiineii, Nerroui Debility, nal er be solved until by airship or some oth of dear "holinesi people" pardons. Kentucky already has too many Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drugthe thousands Pullman Palace Sleepers. ! er agency the pole i reached, and its con Boards. They are derlsed, if not to make gists. Prices tt and II SO per bottle. Bend to Dr. with whom I have been intimately associditlonsand lurroundings thoroughly ex STANFORD. KY. ated in the laat ten years, one, in whose comfortable berths for decayed politicians, J. B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Iivnlsvllle plored. lDT 8t,r' For sale br Penny A McAUiter. Druggists. to rellere State officers and eren the Legiswalk and conversation I could not have te NRghville, W. P. WALTOH, - - Proprietor Mcmpkbs4 lature Itself of duties they ought them "Oul giye me aflectlon, I'll sigh for suggested a scriptural improvement. Consumption Cured. Atlanta, Covington Commoncomplete naught more," sings a poetess, addreeilng Tho perpetual "testimony" to "perfect" eelrea to perform. An old physician, retired from practice, baring BlseofStage20x5O. Eight Including aeka of Been. Montgomery, gallery, 60o ery. Seating capacity, had placed in his hanJa by an East India missionReasonable rites to good attractions. her love. She may not sigh for anything lives, on the part of those, whom all can wealth. Itoclc, lormula of a almple regetable remedy for ary the just now, but before she has been married see, with half an eye, are imperfect, does Mobile and Now Orleans. A LiMir to Patience. Waltreta '(to the speedy and permanent cure of Comumptlon, a year, we venture to say, she will be sigh- more than anything else to dwarf and crip, Dr. Pullem, the dentist, wbo Is greatly an- Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Only one change to point in ing for a sealplush sacque and a pug-dupie the "holiness movement." If this is a noyed by her constant use of hla title in Lung Aflectlom, also a positive and radical cure WWw forNeryous debility and all Nervous Complaints, asW'JgVtic&zZ blanket and silver plated "peculiar view," I hold it and can prove it. addressing him): "Tomat6es, Doctor?" with a satin-lineaftr having tested its wonderful curative powers collar. 3. A third "peculiarity" that I hold, is a Dr. Pullem: "Thanks; no." in thousand! of easel, haa felt It hla duty to make iBlSSSsPlPlPs5 LS9BH The Chinaman is not incapable ot hu- thorough belief in Jesus as a healer of bodi Waitress: "Corn, Doctor?" It known to hit aufiering fellows, Actuated by thla motive and a desire to relievo human BuffeQin Fun, a Sacramento laundryman, ly disease. mor. tifiTitmmf Doctor: "Nil Denti.tr ring, I will send free of charge, to all who deilre Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive Not quarreling with doctors, nor even e League and has joined the tfOR special rates. this recipe, in Uermau, French or English, hands, It, raising the question of the use of means, A pasllive cure for frost-bitt- en washee-hou- se posts over the door of hla p.c, with full directions for preparing and using. Bant lutlhutrt,ikn, ptlo.'i li. Is oonuiai .boat ISO .lutbl. jtu .Ithout oMcrlss -JTSoo Agents of thp Comrany lor rates, routes coo oil upon huru. d.icrlptl.oi io4 by matt by addressing with sump, naming Jhls dlrrtu..! for ilintlts nil rltla of VKUETAIILK the sign: "The Chinese must co. None I everwhere teach that James 5:14.15 Is as feet, ears, etc , is to apply castor Ac, or write .04 1'l.OlVKIt MKh US HUUia.iw. Iar.lu.lK ATM0RC O.P.AT.A.. for Ik but Mellcan man employed here." There appllcablo to sickness now aa when it was cotton over night, keeping it on with a paper, W. A.Notks, 119 Powen Block, Roche (a ill. n, lt j u Xu.it a.tUa.ti. Louisville, Kj. tor. N. Y. D. M. FERRY A CO., Detroit, Mlohlgan. written: And that the neglect of this plain bandago to the part bitten. Is fun in G'rt Fun. IJ.JO will a I'EnANNUM, CASH. -- AT It direction is largely the cause, that "many are weak and sickly among u, and many even sleep." As a lover of my fellows I am bound to be true to them In doing what I can to indues them to walk in thp "way of the Lord." But I have already trenohed too largely upon my limited space. Bro. Badley hopes I will oin some Evangelical church and do better. I had thought my open avowal In "Eureka," of mr purpose to "be added" to the Church of Eag land, would make such a auggestion out of place. But he may not have heard of the book or retd our artiole in the Guardian on the propond change in my life. I am sure, in that event, he will be rriolced to hear that I have made choice. In conclusion, I have a "peculiar vlew'i that "Qod is love" and nothing else, that I longed to ventilate at Lucknow. but found uo opportunity. I do hold that Ood loves all sinner and trie Ills belt to eave all; and when they commit soul suicide, He weeps over their fatal choice, and loves thsm iust the same. I can interpret Christ' tears over Jerusalem In no other way. To this blessed God, always for us and never against us, I want to lead as many souls as I can. And if anything I here write will disabuse some dear reader, who la his heart already recoiled from me, because good men labelled me "a man with peculiar viewa" for the truth's sake, I shall be clad and thankful. Geo. O. Barnbj Erer in Jesus, OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. Mr. B. W. Hughe and Miss Sallle N. W. Sutton wern married ImI Thursday by Rev. Ii a Candidate lor Huperlntendent Public Scooli It. K. Noel, Both parties live In Lower of Lincoln count jr. iiKB KHurraAjr, eunoEoK DENTIST, Office HUGHES STANFORD, KY. Bouth ilds Main Street, two door absve Us Myers HoUl: PnrtNltroui Ozll Gu administered when re quired. J. Iwt-aio- LUMBER! T1a ,..,,. rd J; -- Grand Combinatioi Weekly - Jo urna! Courier-Journa- J. tt, al 01 J. A TRAIN Dan-UI- patriots-and-gentlle- O. & M. cr well-to-d- Q d J. L ct Stanford ss d (S$-2- ui Roomjor 78-- L.&N. I LINE weather-boardin- g, SOUTH & WEST OPERA HOUSE d wmm lB9 tittle Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS NIFAE' 1886.4 vl -- Anti-Cooli- 4 Stnw-8ahli!3tfrrwr3onr) delib.wately shot to James Cowan, , tho well known col roc in Muhlenberg ored batber is very ill with consumption, " riotts coualies?; Ifthe' -"The Hop Club" bopped at the Clsm Stanford, ifr., "January 22, 188A and each county were compelled to pay fcr Steerage rites from Eiropean points ens House Tuesday night until a late hour its own idiots, there would hardly be half to this country hive been raised to $20, an to the music of Biugumnn's orchestra. as many on tbc public charge as now. As increaie of $5. w. P. WALTON. The Foggs Ferry Comedy Company It is but little proof is required in the matThe Maryland Ltflslaturo yesterday held forth to n good audienco at the Opera ter and nobody teem to care, when the re elected Hon. Arthur P.' tiornnn to the House Wednesday night. Eehatou VoonuEEa is in favor of ad- money comes from the Stale treasury, how United States Senate. -A colored child died Wednesday on mitting into the Union of States, Dakota, it goes. There are now 1,124 of these A tunnel under the Mersey, connect Duncan's Hill from the effects oflauda am. He charges on the State and last year they ing Liverpool and Berkenhead, was formalMontana and Washlmjton together. It is said tho ctrcumstances of the affair they most all come in soon and as to cist $02,084 03. In this district there nre ly opened yesterday by the Prince of Wales. denote extreme carelessness to say the least. thinks The bill providing for the presidential Dakota it will be hard to prevent her ad- 155 and in Judge Finley's 183 Lit the Wm. King, who has been at work mission, as she has a voting population ol counties pay for the support of their idiots succession to the Sicrotary of Slate, is the erecting a Urge brick building for Bond 80,000. The Territory bas an area of five and Casey would not report 27, Pulaski .13 law. the President having signed the bill A Llllard, of Lawrenceburg, is at home Tuesday. times that of Kentucky aod South Dakota and Lincoln 21. Reports from the Valley of Virginia until warmer weather enables him to rewill be about as large as Ohio aad JcrxiG Dujiham, the first controller, is say that the pheasant", partridges and other sume operations. Montana bis a voting population of 20,000 Col. C. E Bowman went to Frankfort indeed no respecter of persons. aid Washipston a voticg population of as soon reject an illegal account He would game birds were nearly exterminated by Wednesday morning to remain the balance from the the recent bliuud. 40,000. There are not fifteen Congressional White House as from a.y other point. The Supreme Court of the United of the week. Mr. Geo. C, Cohen, county districts in the country with the population Lately he has been giving his attention to States has decided that drummers of one attorney of Anderson county, was in town of Washington, and not a hundred with Wednesday on legal business. the expenses of the diplomatic service and ! that of Montana. Dtkota is republican. finds many charges not laid down as legal. State shall no langer be taxed for doing Hurt Williams whipped a colored wobusiness in another. Montana is democratic Washington is Sunset Cox wanted to put oa the dog at the The democratic Senators in caucus man of easy virtue Monday night and oa cloee and mar be won by either party. If ououme rorte anu to mat ena sent in a have decided to support the President in Tuesday the female swore out a warrant she comes into the Union by democratic bill for a stud of five horses, which the his refusal to give the reasons prompting before the police court charging Burt with votes, under democratic administration, selling whisky. He has not yet been tried. Judge very promptly and properly rejected. his removal of officials. our chances la the new State will be all the E. 8. Messlck, of this place, was rob-bd- ia It tea cold day when an illegal bill escapes six hundred new bills were Nearly better. It seems to be much the best p)an bis eagle Louisville Saturday of $150 la money ere. gently laid before the House Monday. We to take in these three Territories at once. He have lost the total, but it mast be in the and an endorsed draft for $3,000. They are entitled to it and politically it The Gait House, Cincinnati, ought to thinks his pocket was picked at th Four have its name changed to the Gall House, neighborhood of 3,000. will be aa fair and practicable an arrangen depot by four strangers with Prohibition and total abstinence are teeath-atrefor its proprietor is possessed of about as ment as can be. two very different things. In one day re- whom he was talking. much gall as any individual In the busiAn Italian named Perri, who clerks A CO0TLK of Louisville paper on the ness. He sends in a five inch advertise- - cently there were 00 jugs shipped from doubtful authority of an ex convict, having without saloons in lor V. Mandini, had a ngat Monday even mem ter taeemoa in "our valuable paper Paducah to precincts published a most damaging statement of ing with a negro aamed EJ Fields. Tht, six limes" for which he will issue to us tea adjacent counties. the manner in which the convicts at the The Maryland Legislature elected case wu heard in the police court Wednes meal tickets at his hash bouse,tqual to about miaea art treated, Masoa & .Foard A Co. Hob. Heary Lloyd Governor for th term day morning waea Perri wu fined $5 aad $1.50, aa it is no doubt a 15 cent establishthrough their president, Mr. v. r. xioge, for which Gov. Robert M.McLane was cho- costs aad Field acquitted. ment. Go soak your bead young fellow. ha been appointed Mr. Jao. J. yery properly demand of the Legislature sen, the latter having resigned to become Gov. McCxeart has been placed oa the Minister to France. to fill the vacancy ia the county court ocas investigation of the manner la whleh the convicts have been treated by them sub committee of coinage, weights and Queen Victoria, who is to years of age casioned by the death of Jao. L. Spears. and that they be absolved from their con measures to consider the trade dollar. We and who has ruled for 48 years, opened Mr. Clay Tompkins, of Springfield, Mo., tract. It seems to as both unfair and un hope he will consider how the money Parliament yesterday for the first time wu here after aa absence ol 16 years. He just for the gentlemen to be judged By an sharks have robbed the people by buying since 1876 and the second time since the and hi brother, Mr. W. W. Tompkins, left Moaday for Kanawha county, W. Va , to ex parte statement aad that by a coavkt them up at SO cents on the dollar and ar death of her husband. They have relieved the State for four years range so that they will not make the for The United States revenue cutter Wol-co- tt visit a sister living there. Testimonials from sotno of our best Lincoln A man who rave his name a Brown of a burden at very advantageous terms for tune tbey have counted on m the transac Is just In from Alaska with 3,100 county farmers in our possession. has been victlmltlog the Odd Fellow here it, aad they should not be injured la the tion. pound of awiztd opium, which had been legitimate discharge of their duties aad The regular bill, which is always pre "cached" from the steamer Idaho. This Is but decamped in time to save himself. He CHILLED PLOWS. claimed to be from Missouri and that he the prosecution of their boeiuess by pnblfea- - sented to remove the Capital, has arrived the biggest haul yet made. aa on his way to Wayne county to settle No. 2 South Bend Uoaa from imeposrible parties. cut.: f 7 50. The Judicial Salary bill which passed on time. It Is to make Lexlegtoa the up the estate of a relative. He I about No. 3 " " 11 " " 8 00 has been doipj? the capital, bnt since most of the Legislators the Seaate elves all Judges of United Mu. J. Sullivan 45 years old and 6 feet 0 Inches In height. 11 No. 4 12 " gullible citizens of Lexington ia a way go to Louisville every Sunday anyway and State District Courts $5,000 per year, and 0 00 Mr. E. H. Fox, photographer of this No. 10 they displse. By representing himself as a do not get back for work Monday, it strike nrohibits) their appointing ay of their place, has received 12 " 10 00 from a Cincinnati firm man of large estate aad the Owner of kaaay us that ft would be a stroke of economy to relatives to office In their courts. aa order for 5,000 copies of a fine plctnr STEEL PLOWa Bige Waliiford, a prominent Tennes- by head of blooded stock, he took them in to remove the government to the Falls City. Goubre. tho Freach artist. Cincinnati borstruck No. 3 Hamilton Clipper, the tune of several thousand dollars in cut... 8 9 00 evidently knows the metropolis to come to It seems that that old veteran, Mr. F. L. see farmer, living near Livingston, rowed moBey aad in the purchase of fine McCheiney, editor of the Paris CitUm, is hU lfe in the nresence of William El- - whea she want first class work at prices No. 3 " .. o 60 brother. horses that he never paid for. We do not to get left again. He wanted the post-offi- dridge, her fourteen-year-olNo. 4 Hamilton, with Bow Centre with which her own artist can not com 10 50 blue-gra- ss Mlzsd an ax and brained his pete. know that the good people of the in his town, but Col. Breckinridge No. 5 Hamilton, Centre Draft, 12-io- . cut 1 1 00 those brother-in-lacapital are more credulous than John Irvine, Aaron Hick aad Bob wanted a man named Lovely and he will be brutal Furat tt Bradley Sulky Plow, best on to of other localities, but they The wealth of Col. Edmund Richard- Hiek, all colored, were before the county appointed. earth taken In ofteaer than any set we hear of. 38 00 the richest man in the 8outh, who judge Wedneeday morning for disturbing son, The Presidential succession having been died last week, is estimated at $7,500,000. religious Perhaps it Is because they do not read the Deworship, during the month of Respectfully, regulated. John Sherman stands no chance newspapers as they should. It was not accumuled in stock gambling or cember in the "Knobs," Louis Brand is ia to profit by the "lottery of assassinarailroad wrecking, bat in legitimate plant- jail awaiting trial before the same tribunal The silver question continues to absorb tion." John was in one of the Presidency ing and commercial transactions. for violating the peace, The case of Anthe minds of our statesmen. Senator Eus-ti- s for the first and list time of his life, let us The bill to prevent base ball playing derson Tucker for wife beating was dis in a speech this week said that the prse-e- hope. in missed as the defendant proved a good on 8unday is the sprcial order for y dollar has the same number of grains of The International Editorial Association, the Senate. Ooe sensible Senator, Mr. character while the woman was shown to silver that it has always had since 1792. we learn from the Lebansn Standard, will of Crittenden, offered an amend- be utterly unreliable. Its metalic value may enhance or depreci. hold its next meeting in Cincinnati from Clements, ment to prevent base ball playing any Mr. John T. Dillehay, once a prosperate, but its legal tender value will not be February 23 to 25. Kentucky should be whereon the face of the earth, Sunday or ous merchant of Danville, but who for the effected or disturbed by any extraneous represented by all means. any other day. past year bai been a resident of Montgomcauses. To use it is money, legal tender A. M. Bowling, the mountain desper- ery, Ala , has been in town several days Gen. Wolfobd made a stirring speech DRUGGISTS ND PHARMACEUTISTS, money, equivalent to gold monev, money ado, who shot and killed John Gill last wanted by the people, nsed by the people in favor of increasing the pensions of wid- February, has been sentenced to twenty- - He reports the stock market rather dull in Montgomery, but says that either in dull an? satisfactory to the people, and nothing ows and other dependent persons from 58 one years in tne pennenwary. oowiiog or flush times stock men and indeed all be or need be said in its favor." to $12 per month. The General believee in more can was one of the leaders in the Tolliver fac Kentuckians are made to feci at home by DKALKIIH IN pensions. tion in Rowan county disturbance in which Mr. is certainly fast apThe millennium J. M. Hutchison, formerly of Lincoln DritRH, Wall Paper, Wlncx. tftiMical THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. several men were killed. proaching. The theatre managers in that county, who is carrying on a flourishing Chemical. HoakK, Manor iRNfrnciuenU, wayward youth from C. C. Vernon, a Sodom and Qomorah of wickedness, CinNtfMlenery, Mr. Thome's bill to suppress bucket- livery and sale business. Pocket Oils, Dryersburg, Tcnn., shot himself with suiMohm, and shops Tebaccon, cinnati, have agreed to obey the law Cntlerj, J. M. Love, representing J. F. Jager & wsb favorably reported to the House. Laiuip, Perftiiaerj, cidal intent Wednesday at the Alexander Fire keep their houses closed on Sunday hereMachln Co., of Lexington, who has been selling uovernor nas signed tne mil ine The ball ranging Hotel, Louisville. .eedlca. after, or perhaps nntil further cotice. Sam Onr Jewelry, NIlTcrware aad Optical (Joodg Department In lu Charge ef Vol. foreign fruits, candies and nuts on our the town of Eubanks, Pulaski around the heart or death would have been rhofl. BIchards, who will Itepalr Hatches and Clocks promptly and la the heal Jones and Sam Small, who are nightly fill- county. street?, in pursuance of a license from the instantaneous. The cause of the act was town authorities granting him theprivilege ing the Music Hall with over 5,000 people, The Senate passed the pleuropneumomay have touched the hearts of those Sab- nia bill, with an amendment appropriating his objection to going to school. of selling the goods named "Ac," was up George Foster, the most notoriouo bur bath breakers, but it is more likely that $5,000 to aid its execution. before the police court Tuesday for the and bank thief in Ohio, fines heavier than the profits would be, The Kentucky General Assembly is glar, highwayman crime of selling matches and fire crackers Fosmany years the leader of the stare the managers In the face- not, as mary outsiders suppose, an Assem- aad for under the head of "Ac" Judge Young was ter gang, whose operations extended over Some of the members sworn from the bench and the case heard getting pretty bly of Generals. Gov. Ksorr seems to be Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvanby County Judge Lee, who yet has it under Padman. handy with his little pardons, especially are only Colonels. and killed by an officer at Hon. Phil. Thompson's bill to remove ia, was shot consideration. toward the pistol toting hosses. Last week Cleveland, while resisting arrest. Mrs, J. W. Irvine and children will in he pardoned one of them in Clark county intelligence as a disqualification for jurors A remarkable surgical operation was and this week in Bith ho re- ia criminal and penal cases, hss been favor- performed in the Evansville City Hospital a few days leave for Missouri where Mr. before trial ably reported and will receive special attenIryine has been for six weeks past. Their lieved another after trial of the penalty Tuesday afternoon. Joseph Whye had his tion next Tuesday. departure has been delayed by the illness against him. It is no use for the "Ls3sBBBBBW'0BBBBBBBv?J' taken out, it being rendered The House rejected the bill to make left kidney of John, the eldest son. Mrs. J. P. Thoreli Legislature to legislate on the subject so useless by an abcess and filled with bloody has recovered from a severe illnees. Mr. long as this kind of business is kept up. murder punishable only with death, but, pus. He endured the operation well and W. W. Smiley Is out again after a severe Over 100,000 Sold Laet Year. -- Tic terl eus In Field All of our laws are good enough if they passed to a third reading against the Com- appears to have a chance of recovery. PjkRMEKS A PloWMXM mittee's report a bill to allow one justice to You ihould m,HWI attack of something like pneumonia. Win- hul IK (III.. r . . were properly executed and not rendered .. .1 ""J?. iTltlT thsr ar J.nlul .n alt In... .lt .nJ ..III There are at present 468 prisoners in field and Wm. Scott, Henry Bohrman, M. nugatory by the prerogative of the execu set in examining trials 40 to 1. icour uuij vuniw, of rutt thatijvii aerutnulil'OD win will beany toll. 's metal win bA kjV. uhkii can In thfiu aad and 650 are out in various The limes' correspondent, which the the penitentiary It entirely remoTtd M. Johnson and M. King, of J. M. Hack- Tho beaTlest coat mlnutct)' uw. tive. at work in mines or Tbe"OUw"li .thoroughly centra draft Plow, having Sloping landtlde. br which do away wltb same is Col. Sam Burdett, says that Mr. portions of the State, on plows. Tbe Oliver Cb lied Plow b.s hunlred. copy of Hon. Fon l.ltalAti ' f. 37 ney's establishment, are in London putting the prtMure found lew all itrtfght . turnpikes. There are We have received a natiii4alua will llt.t. l.r.i.. .... ".. OHvMr u VSaa ar..,l .....wi is.i7a Xn Bobbltt's bill as to jury challenges, will be- nn railroads or J?!?W of the a new tin roof on the Court House. Capt. 5I,U7 taine F. Bohbitt's speech before the Comi'om H00 ,n I870 !?. ""jaWO " M3. Your Df ,hW. Vl female department ,ou to come a law with Owens' amendment women in the ground when bo otbr now ill Geo. H. Dobyns has been confined to his tuythe''01iTfr"ind take do other. It wtl I break alM hare the OltUImptrlslHteoI I'.ow, which l.m.ki,,' . cord htrB mute in response to Senator Haggard's giving each side .Mr. penitentiary, only one of whom is in for twelve. So mote it be. home for several weeks by serious illness, Plow. Try Ihem and te conTlnfod. JIICJOIpIm Slf.l v. penitentia three hours advocacy of the law creating a The bill to grant licenses for carrying life. There are 110 men in the but is now somewhat better. He opposes the Baard of Equalisation. concealed weapons was reported unfavora- ry under life sentence. murdered Farmer Dobson, law and gives the best of reasons for it. bly, en 1 killed. Holly Epps The following unique order wu enThe bill to compel dealWe would publish the speech, but for its ers in concealed deadly and criminally assaulted Mirs rolled on the books daring the Circuit Court weapons to procure of Indiana, length and the fact that the fate of the law licenses of Dobson. When arrested he claimed that last week: John Bell vs. Mary lisll, suit $100, was reported favorably, seems to be settled. It will be repealed if and after a brief discussion, he committed the crime while asleep. A (or dlrorce. There Bells haying again berecommitted. Epps in his cell in the gun to ring in harmony, it is ordered that the signs count for anything. The eentiment in favor of the whippin- Hoosier mob visited Vincennes jail last night, found him wide this case be dismissed, and that the found seems to be growiog in popular Senatok Vance said in an admirable g-post DBALKIS IX- awake, and considerately lulled him to of "sweet Balls, jangled out of tune and have courage epefchpn the silver question: Everybody favor. Will our sleep again by the gntle swaying of a ein- - uareb, be beard in theea halls no more is wlllinc and anxious to take the silver to embody the sentiment into a law? It is Drugs, Books, Stationery and gle rope swing. Times. Dourbon News. forever. dollar but those who made a special con- doubtful if the criminal records furnish an Fancy Articles. against tho L. In the case of Coppige s instance of a person having been twice tract in, writing to do so the M. Dawson li uoiies, with eceuinK in for accidental killing his &N. railroad, The bonds are payable in eithej coin J but punished at the whipping-post- : If this is diilerentt) of Lin fate in tho great hereafter, Pbjilcl n' rrtfcrlptlont accurately comronnJcd, elation, the Superior Court AI individual, who hold them de- true it only proves that it ia a very effica- son at Penlck's the bloated publisher tliis in hia 2ari: We are inform ajBMpjgjaaai&H ,. pjV. nneniATte reversed the decision awarding damages, Georgetown mand gold and say it ia dishonest to force cious method of punishment, the right to go on ed b Mr. W. 11. Hughes, a very reliable adding that "one having TimenS? i them to take the depreciated silver. damages if he is wrong gentleman, living in the northern part of Mr. Bobbin's bill fixing the perempto a train may recover The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Fnii TiiOMraoN'd bill reducing the ry jury challenges in criminal caje? at ten full left on the platform, but if he at thin county, that during the anow etorm of " Jowolry and Silverware . and Sh' n he wo" of It, juroMffom' sixteen to in mov th ,8'h train while it number of grand, for both the commonwealth and the defen tempts to get on the lightning struck a prnlar tree on hia passed the house by a vote of 4 1 bought to this market Prlcw Lower tbau hia own rialr. although tho Erer tne hn does so at fourteen dant, was adversely reported by the Comtho Lowest. Watchej, CUx te aa.l Jowilry Ko- farm, splitting it entirely in twain from to 32. Should it become a law a verv large mittee, but Mr. B. was given directed so to do by the conductor." paired on short notice and Warranted. permission to top to bottom, killing six coons, which had amountjwill hi saved b tho state yearly. explain the The peoplo of Lexington end Rockbill and then on motion of Mr. refuge in the tree for winter. After WiTcsn't see, however, ,why the number county, Vi, have set on foot a tiken THE SEMUWEEKIjY Owens, who siid the bill was cf great im- bridge chased a rabbit HTANi-OUD- , not ba as rsadily reduced to 12. create a fund for the erection leaving the tree the bolt KY, could It was pissed to a third rcsding. movement to portance, about 100 yards across the field, failing to over the grave of Stone Lexington Obstna has gone back to notwithstanding the action of the commit of a monument The catch him. It ia a cold day when Brer wall Jackson at Lexington, Va. A Jack-so- n its semi weekly form. Editor Hodges tee. We hope it will become a law. Atsociation hni been formed, Ihbbit gem left. Memorial mnld not belt Mulligan himself, but ho A promlaent republican Senator save membership in which ia eecared by the It In not ao very surprising that an alarm full quota in defeating his contributed his that in all case where suspension had mvmenl of twenty five cent. Names Hnd of Gre Bhould produce ouch a panic aa it gang for city officer. been made the majority in the Senate Vfould money may be eent to Mr K. A. Duncan, frequently doea in a church during eerrlec OupUalhns a good pict- - ask for information relating to this euspen Treasurer of the Ladles' Jackson Memorial especially when the minister has just been The Frankfort Va, or to Mra. are and n chaiacteristic sketch of Mr. Bob eion,and he believed that not a single con- - Aa'ociation, Lsxington, street, Iuisville. working his hearers up to a state of nervous FTr,!m Bruce. 1600 Third All the lecfa brmatlcn wonM i tiii'p J -. OH ALl Htt lr '' ''"," "f T,,",','' ' "fl vn Kj. 11 "f fh grand old ssldier apprebenion on that subject, f Lowell Cl4a les? thijjuforinntion wa furatohed. latere are to be niinilarly served. l Citizsn contribute. ought to Neatly is no more reiBoaJTcr the Slate having to .pay for 'the eppjrt of Idiots, Thehe HOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS? 1 BfiNHLLE. BOYLE COUNITj " luaojur tne rupporioi G. L. Ilojikiurt ptup-r- ui ids va" death ft disobedient law were different county. g it I' (D vPLOWS ! PLOWS PLOWS ! r WW -- - r I. 0 PS of We have j ust rez ceiv'd a large invoice of very best brands 0 0 R Q 0 PLOWS rH YJr Including the Celebrated South Bend Chilled Plows and the old reliableHam-iltoClipper Steel. Look at our prices and compare them. Every Plow M Q c 01 p H 10-Inc- A 0 ." 10-inc- d El-AA- "11 at BRIGHT & METOLir'. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Stanford, Kyv Opera House Block, Pnlt, ' ", Arm, ed fl ui 1- M .".' Eyerj i. Center. Oli-er- ih. $"!" II, IP3M& IffAll , or PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. s bond-holder- JOH J , W.P.WALTON, Pro r. two dom,arsijen year. "r Interior Journal .toes and Choaply Bsooutod. work. X Fokat.k office. -- Unk, Stanford Btinford, Ky., G. It shares in (he First Tiieiib are already 10 reserved seals Enquire at this sold to the "Mikado'! awl sllll they come. Na-tion- al BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. January 22, 1880 BuilneBB Managor. time ..- -. O. VAJiTON, Foit 8alb. - Oae bed room set, wirdrobe and room furniture, doing West. J. Curran. -- . IIayiikn own price A Lytlu will auction Saturday at havo their last ljf o'clock, It will be ; - l,i Mall LUCAV CARB. train going North. 8outb. Bipreaslralu" Mouth, Morh... ... (iilJ . iam opening the largest and licit as sorted line of wall paper ever brought to 65 m. 13 F. M 1 2 At M. 1 The Lelsn Oper Company in I 'Mlk-do- " r. Stanford. Call and . nee It. 11. K. Wea-re- n. Itcaiculattd on standard lira. Holir in the Cumberland and the . properly holder tie It iboot M minute fastir. at Williamsburg are much alarmed. COCiT NOTICES, Therk It an ice gorge at Standi!' Bend is meeting with phenomenal success in thlsS-aiAt MT)lhi it plnyed two nights to the larcrs'. business thp hnurehid ever hsd and at Puis a vicnt pent wan hard t God. Everybody snul.i be at the and Jadirlns bv the Opera flouie to-ni- All peptone Indebted to EJmta- t. I OASiEL8,M. U. As Adrslnlitntor of Jamea H. Bruc, deceaied, Buy your school book, from Penny A ton A Owsley mutt aettle with J. M, PhilI will eflVr at public sals, In Laocaiter, Kj., or. MARRIAGES. ip by January 20th. If not we will coltfcAllster Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort lect by law. We hare gtren you since Au-su- it XOXDAY, JAMUAtli itStli, 1880, Qeorge Brock and Mies Melissa, notice rvd 'warranted b Penny A Me A Ik 221 and we think thia time enough. (County Court day,) the following Slocki and 5T. VJERNON, KY. daughter of John F. Wall, were married tr. Uondi, property of aid decedent: Buy the Hast ITotz Remedy, the orifl-o- We mean exactly what we eay. Kdmlston yesterdaTf Tblao'.d indwell-know- n Hotel la still 110 Share! of Stock in the National and only genuine, from Fenny & McAl-Ifte- r cTOitley. Mr. W 0 Bausb and Mrs. Mtry I fine reputation. Charges retionabl'e. Bank of Lanoaiter. 8pclal attention to the trarellag public. ' ' Mies Lillian Lawrence, the pretty Atberton, late of Oalo, were marritd at A comtleije stock of Jewelry, lateet 10 Shares of Stock in the firit NaJf. P. NEWVOXn, Pro'r, rtyle. Rockford watchw a specialty. Pen-o- y "i'umYum,'of the Mikado Company, It Hslls Gap on the 19ib. Mt. Vernon, Ky. tional Bank of Meridian, Milt. & McA.Ur. to captivating, Craddock saya, that two Mr Sidney Moere and Mist Matilda 1031 Shares of Stock in Danville, dadet bare propoted marriage to her ttnee Mounts, both of Casey, eloped to Jefferson PERSONAL DIx River Lancaster Turnpike the came into the State. At MayarlUe one vide and were married Road. Mr. R B Chai-t- , of Lindon, la at the went so far at to procure the license, but The marriage of a girl ten years and 1 Share of Stock in Central Kenthe company raised such a racket the mar- eight month old to a man of thirty Mrerslloure. tucky Fair Association. Dn 1. 8. Bobdett, of Brodhead, the riage waa not consummated. years is reported from 8awanee county. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, town A reader cau not understand why salt 1 Bond of the Garrard County Feoccullet, la in Pennsylvania. The girls father is a minis An impromptu hop given by aevtral of male College. tracks and frerzt the Charley Cox, of Columbia, la on a our young gentlemen the ter, and the ceremony was performed by should melt ice on at Opera House STANFORD, KY. mysterious compound known u Ice cream. 1 Share of Stock in the Stanford and hia consent. Tiiit to relattres litre. Tuesday night, In honor of Daisy Lancaster Turnpike Road. Salt may reduce ice to the fluid atate withMr J. C. THOMreow. the Lancaster Barnslde's lovely gueutt, Mlseea Mist FerOftVrs bis serrlces to the people of 8 anford and REUOI0V5, May ..BtI? WJ" 8'n st It a. m. In front out much increasing its temperature. To "ouj. cana l kaucaaur. Ttraa, of tha Ha- - Tlelnlty. Lougaiptriei.ee and careful attention jeJer wan here tilt week. eaah. For guarantee aatlilactinn. Bnlldloj materia! or guson, of Covington, and Mamie Alexander, y me at Uin-lll- ei Rev, F. S. Pollitte wrltta from May, Itttxi strong salt water requires a much """"""' ourM Am MKVCE, Adrar SJudoe J. B. Dennis, of Mt. 8.erllnjr, of Minneapolis, waa a very pleasant occadeicrlptlcn furaiabed at low rates. SJ-- 1 d jt than 32, which rille that be will not preach here next Sun-da- p lower temperature wat here yeaterdar. Be it itill In the sion. The young ladles have become great on our thermometers Is marked the (mt but on the 5tb Sunday inatead. baggy buiineM. favorites here and we woud not be surRtv. F. D. Hale is holding a great re- leg point and at which fresh water conMr. John 17, Jorra, of Kismet, Tenn., prised If extra efforts were sot made to vival at hit church in Louisville. Con geals. Salt it mixed with the ice, and in wu here yeterdy. He eT that he it nave thera permanently locate with as. fessiont number eight to ten a day. prospering at hit new hose. the melting heat it absorbed frcm the Sam Jones has agreed to go to Louis cream, which freeze, without reaching a Mr N. A. RicnARWOjr, our Villlami-bar- g Till postal card famine, which raged ll, and hia family paated here for a long time, has been tucceeded by rille (or one day to assist tbe Bv etteve lower temrer'tur tVan the surrnundirg fund to purchase a tally Ice and water. Were salt put Into through to Frankfort Wedoetday lo a (smlne in ooe and two cent stamps. Mr. Holcombe In rAlaing a few weeks Alford hat had none except thoee he bought building for a permanent mission. the cream (which in the manufacture of a Bishop Green, of MUajfsippi. the old- good article of ice cream is not admissible), Mrs. J. H LrAVKLL and Meeert. T. from other offices for a couple of weeks, g T. DtTieaa nnd R H. "Weares, who are dan although he sent hit requisition in plenty est AmerUaa Bfebop, at the advanced Ige would be great difficult in it. it still actively at work, jrwouaiy 111, were reported unchanged in of time to be tupplied by the department. of elguty-seren- , SKW ABTEBT18KMISTH. It the neglect of bualneas there due to the and the sermons of Or' en are never dry. their condition last night. Brother Joe Hopper arrived yesterday M J. M.BiiREVEhat bought an old rascals that have not been turned out, In the bislnesa of Mswe. Fleece & or la the fault with the new appolsteee? la and will be heard in song aad prayer for the balance of the meeting at the PresbyteCarter, and the new ttyle It Fire:, Bbrete either cue a new deal la demanded. Lebanon 8taoJard. rian church. His wife la convalescent. A Carter. OS Bio Haul. The Bipjiet church at Somerset hu The Winchester Dtmccral man nema A been engaged Robt Monbollen, who in butlseee at Williams- adopted a retelatiaii prohibiting members tlm: No lovelier has He I mntt bare your taxes now. Indulgence can no to be dead bom do not to resoit to charming and Interesting young burg, came here Wednesday to dispose of of tbe church item making, vending or longtr betlYen. IotltTyiofwishthem, to oblige tbe or more dlaagTeeabM duty for mt some land In Lincoln, but before doing to rlsited our city than the gay Urft Uftbtf afrieal rfiriUM a beverage, or rim- and eats yourself coals by tettllD; st once. received a telegram from home announc- ing bit or her property to dealers in eame. J. It. MESEFEE, tinartettt, Mlsaes Lule Bronttoo, of Rich91 if Sberlfl Lincoln County. of Lexington, Lula ing that bit house had been broken opes wife, of Somer Rev, J. R Jamee and mond, Lolle Smith, waa set were here this week. Mr. James tells McKInoey, of Stanford, and Marguerite and robbed tne night before. A trunk rifled and hia money to the amount of SI,-1- i SALE. us that the wonderful revival in which he Cheoanlt,ol Mi. Sterlinc. who were for a taken. A purse containing $50 wat wu assisted by Rev. J. J. Porter, closed cousin, Mra. week the RUests of the'r wenty-Fiv- e Barrels. overlooked by the robber, whose identity it Sunday night with 83 additions to tbe Bap Hundred and 1 Jamea M. Rub. They all succeeded In Made by W. M. Ball, one, two and; three year-ola anaa named uikee tt Ust church, 69 of which he baptited. The An and laatintr ImDrewiont on in aouDi, nui Apply at once to church, which wu $300 in debt when Mr. 80-gallant young men May they all onr J. A. LYTLE, Adrar. roon come again. The storehouse of F. M. Ware wat bro- James took charge a few months ago, is ken Into Monday night and robbed of aome now free of anr oblisations and it one of SALE OF BANK STOCK. LOCAL MATTERS. f 30 worth of goods. Entrance wu eStcted the beat buildings of the kind in this I will offer at public sale belora tbe court-bouby boring out tbe lock on the back room tlon. Mikado at the Opera Hou Rev. J. M. Evans, the synodical evan- door in Stanford, on MONDAY, FEB. lit, 1836, door, which required 21 auger holes, and county court day, IS 8bare ot Stock In the Farm-e- n Foil Rent. Two suites, of rooms. E.aa P. then boring out a window sub into tbe gelist, has been preaching twice a day at National Bank of Btinford. The talc will be church since Monday made at 11 o'clock a.m. Presbyterian Owsley. store room. The articles stolen consisted the jr. A. LYTLE. night, He is a speaker of great power and Admtnlitratcrof W. M.Ball, dee'd. The best goods In every Hoe can be of fine cbthing, boots and shoes, besides as a revivalist bu won ditlinction. Ooe $9.td other things, and the fact that the clothing found at T. R. Walton'e. especial feature of his interesting services just wai taken from the bureau drawers, shows is their brevity. He is determined not to A nid Hoe of Saddlery and Harness that persons well acquainted with the store received. Bright A Metsalf. allow bis audiences to grow tired and to committed the robbery. No money wat 8TA N FO RD, doors and gotten. Mr. WarecfTc-r- a reward of $100 that end announces that be will b jld them ExcTLiiort weather strips for He is not here to make Pres" hut an hour. W. P. "WALTON, Manager. for tbe arrest and conviction of tbe parties windows at McRobetta A Btagg's. byterians he says but to save sinners, and in and the town of McKinncy an additional Tb Oreateit Attraction yet offend to tbe pibllc his effort tvtrj true christian should lend Mns J. R Almbd showed us a yard One night only, used constantly In her amount of $50. a helping hand. atlck that she hai w-o- Jioitoe general expreitlon a Isrye tt'idieuce w'" witness the new nnd delightful sensation. al The lecood tenn oi the Brodbead school opened thio wek with over SO pupils. The Broad head Actdtmy with its well selected fnrnlture Is now paid for. The company ! entirely out of debt. Hev Wm. Hoi islsw, ol Harrodaburp, is holding a protrncte-meeting at the Bip-t!church. He is a wide-swa- ke minister and just what we have needed here for fom time. The Hamiltooian society met last Friday evening. Q ilte a number of visitors were present, lbe programme, thougn not lengthy, was very nicely arranged and the exercises were all Interesting. Excellent music wsa furnished by the Brodhead string band. Mise MtggleStaples, a charmln young lady who has been atteodiog school hers, ltft Saturday for Loul'tllle, where she will tpend a few days with her relatives and then return to her borne In Henry county. Mra. Mary Conn and Miss Sasie Wood-yar- d hare last returned from a viat to Mrs. John Brown of Mt. Vernon. Mrs. John Vanbook and son, of Illinois, are the guests of the Woodyard House. st J. NEWTON CRAIG. JR., sRraxsRMTt o - For Sale-- me 4 Cattle. ,TJ Jacob Miller Manufacture 32 cV Son, twojf Jcwey Cof,lour Two pedigreed Joney Cowi, two of tbe Celrlirafd EAGLE SMUT, North Third itrMt. - . PHIL.DELlMlf A wmte, Fnc ' snd Planus quirt-- .. Urrnlli am Underwear. iwiDute, csi nroa iway. mi Cows.' Will tho 15th ol February to the 80th ol March, IB'6. All are extra good tullkers and With (air by Ttorndsle Boy, who li r In the A. M. J, C. fi. Book. M,tf O. CtHPESTE.ll. Jeriey Jerier Co, rUBIIU -- OK- AI,E. Bonds and Stocks. Lsts of Beverly, W. Vs. bat retimed to Mt, u ta and oJ-- n bit to the public. A large anjauorted lice, of Dru'i alwari on hind. No charge for writing prescription when .filled we. Office In Ulre tne a part of ysur patronage. Vsr-nonr-lc- rm. T. Wot ice Iu. I DAMELH, j PfEWCOMB IIOTE1L rutin-talnlcg- lu Frank Allison. cr ,er-er- e?-t- re-rat- io LOWER PRICES fre-zln- THE IAfST TAX-PAYERS. GAJaTaI As times are hard and money scarce, I have determined to sell goods this year ON A SMALLER MARGIN -- WHISKY TOR .ii.. d. tc s Than heretofore to Cash customers and those who pay their accounts promptly. Those who do not pay thus I don't intend to sell to at all. Working on this OPERA HOUSE, plan, I will be enabled to sell d. It ie store for 35 years. My room will b where the pasloffice Is at preient. I will occupy It Febtuary 1st. Mis. Kate Duddcrar. of plows before buying. blsgest stock, best brandt and cheaper anybody. Bright A Metcalf. A The notices of tbe candidacy of Rsv. J. Ibgle for re election to the School Bu erlntendency and of Mr. N. W. flugnw for UNO. STOCK AND CROP Friday, January 22nd. IntbeUUsttnabett ot Gilbert A Sullivan's Operas, See our line The than A" 4, was bearing down vesterdsy with the wind square from on us It nowed at Intervals all tbe northwest day. Marion county levies a tax of 601 cents a pou on the $100 of property and collectt of $2. Lincoln's levy Is only 20 cenU tax aod$l poll. Plkase don't forget we are headquarters Lumber of all on both Rough and Dressed any one. Bright kinds. Prices lower than h Metcalf. tell J. L Brcck, administrator, will valuahle bsnh and other stocks, aome to the estale of the late J. H. e Bee Bruce, at Lancaster next Monday. In thlt paper. affected tbe The roller skating eras-- ) baa Thompson population and Jess colored in the hall and Joe Reed, who run a rink reaping a harvest from near the depot, are their bratheren and alsterrn. Nashville News from the Chesapeake thai engineers have started U to the effict several out North of Bcottavlile to run AMU Southern. linen to the Cincinnati done surveying? they never gel bought of Mrs, To Ti:n Ladies.- -I have her etcca of millinery nnd Moody Hardin at the eame will continue the bulncsa your pa- place. T ..k a liberal share ol Suwade Beazley. tronsge. Miss ANOTiixn cold wave no-tic- the same office, were hsnded in so late Mon day night, that we had no time or space to comment. Mr. Bogle I now filling the of fice very creditably. Ills errors, if be has made any, were of the bead and not of the heart, and we are personally aware that that no man ever tried harder to do hit duty. He needs the office as bad an any body and feeling that he bu filled it ac Mr. Hughes ceptably, askt a has deroted hit life to teaching the "young idea how to shoot" and is a gentleman well qualified for the position, we learn from those who knowbim. Hay fur sale. Apply to H. J. Dint, Stanford. mules. Fort Sale. 31 head 3 year-olJ. T. Adams, Camp Dick Robinson, Gar rard. Jefl Jones bought of J. Orrtley Evans 33 No. 1 yearling cattle at $33 CO at Din d - THE LELAND OPERA 00. Than any one else, quality of goods considered. If you have any doubt of the above, give me a trial and be convinced of its villeyMterday. 8 A. Deathertge sold to Ben Cloud for Columbia, Tenn., parties 29 head of ond yearling mules at S7250 per Herald. The winter wheat caop of Ohio wat generally well protected by the enow in the recent fruit. The crop in Michigan was Reports from Illinois, fairly protected. Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas and Virginia are favorable. The farm of Bennett Cloyd, deceased, near McKinney, wu told by special Commissioner D. S. Johnson, Wednesday, to Col. J. W. Weatherford, trustee for Bennett Cloyd, Jr., at $50 per acre. There are head.-Richm- Mlts Lillian Lawrence as tbe little Japanese Maiden, Yam Yum, lupparteJ by a superior com pany ol ArtliU. Popular prices 75 and 0 cents. Ke erred seats nof on sale at McRobertt A Stagj'i. THEIITEST! Between tbe 30th and tbe last ol ibis month, I will open taaniioiae Una ot ladles' and misses' iinn nndonti.r. tha Terr best Qual ity, dlrttl Irom New Yrrk. Wtse do not lorget that X will also open a bandaome Una or Millinery truth. Cor. Main & Somerset Streets. Foiled. ber, who Is Zile Campbell, the negro barIn jail for maliciously cutting rmh.in.i engineer M. J. Steele, having glyen up hopes of securing bail, proceeded to eaw his way out of tho callibooae. Mrs. New-lan- d, in the absence of her husband, was sure she heard the noise of a file, and when thn jailer returned, she informed him of it. Mr. Newland went at once to Camp bell's cell and demanded the tools. He denied most positively that he had any, but when given one minute to surrender them or be strung up by the hantis, he weakened and produced a saw. Finding that it did not fit the place that he bad been at work, Mr. Newland made a second demand and was about to put the prisoner upon the rack, when he produced the file. It is not known how ho got the tools, but it is a dead eure thing that he will get no chanco to obtain duplicates. April 1st. In the next isine I shall stale where 164 acres. The first week in January the Madison Stanfoed, Ky. National Bank paid out $122,000 of the estate of the late D. A. Chenault. About $50,000 of the amount went out of the State and the balance to the heirs in Kentucky Richmond Herald mostly in this county. GEonarrowNCorjRT.-200cattleonthe H. Swift's Specific hslf-bror- C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOR. I bave received and still receiving The man Sigman, who murdered young tgg go Up in Stylo gUhercd Gotton J.W.&W.G.Bklllmanboughtof W. Ii'nature't jown remedy, tflade from roots by which Hipginbotham, and who la now in jail at Irom the forests orOoorgls. Tbe Method Richmond, seems to hare many friends at A, oulton lo yearling mules at $U per it is mads wss obtained by n from the his late homo near Trenton, Mo. A com- head. G. II. Whitney bought of T. J, Bur- Creelc'Indlsns whojlnhabltod a certain portion of d market, with pricee ranging from $4 25 to $4 Gl per cwt., the latter ffcurea for feeders. Yearlings sold at $2S Co $37 per head, and fat cows and heifers at 3 to S cents per pound1 Ooe bunch of green mules mules tt sole at SS7.50 and 6 lst NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTEE Comprising tbe best in the market, which will be and Mako Socond to None, in City or Country. Giro Me ii Trial. rvntmt of the Garrard Court, hit neglect, Mr. duties in which he will not ,, s. .ir..jn .111 nnt lis able to meet hu announced opponent In tho discussion thoee occurring the first for next week, nor wtek of the Danville court. n X & Lytle'r) kooJb Thf. most of Hayden for shipment to ore boxed up and ready Lodge, Kan their new location at Medicine gentlemen thcmicWca will leave Thf BH of here Tutriay. Both are highly thought rcprtt thn they will there h men of cxccl.ont morleave ui. They are their baslnwa In an ale- and have conducted rnlitfaclorllj to upright and honett manner, prcfitaby to theintelyee. Iho public and them to the people We heartily commend fntura make among whom tot will in their houie. td antral mittee of federal soldiers publish in the Star that they have Investigated the case and find their old comrade a regularly dis charted soldier, guilty of no crime that ought cow to be atoned and call upon the Grand ArmyPosla'throug'hont'tho land lo contribute for hia defense, adding. and his relatives in Kentucky are all poor and unable to raUo the necessary pecuniary assistance he now needs. We belieroit to be tho mision of the G; A. 11. to render all deserved aid to an old soldier in distress, and trust the appeal tuny strlko a rcpouriive chord in iho breasts of.il! who read it. To tbopo whose brea-t- a were targets for rebel bullets in tho defense of tho country they saved, are certainly due all tho aid they need when their Uvea nro by rebel proirculion nnd priMii-tl&u.- " "Mr,-Bigma- n gess 01 head of 1,150 pound feeding cattle Georgia, which was coraiauuicJted to ono ol the J. early settlers, and.thus tbo formula bu been bandat li cents. Bimon Nell sold to ed down to the present day. Tho above cut repWeathers, 22 feeding cattle weighing 1, resents the method of manufacture twenty years 100 pounds at i cents and one dollar per ago, by Mr. C. T. Bwlft, one of the present propriWinchester Democrat. etors. The demand has been graduslly Increasing head premium. until a 8100,000 labinitorr Is no-- r necessary to supErery man should intercat himself in ply tba trade. A foreign deiaaud hu been created enlarged laclllti' will l necessary to meet It, eouie side issue or hobby to relievo h's and Thin great business. Wall Paper, The man mind of the constant pressure of who knows nothing but buainesi Vegetable Blood Purifier morning, nocn nnd night, may become a rich man, but is quite likely to land in a nati Commercial mad Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Eczema, Ul, cer?, IMicuuiatlsiii, Blood Tni-itThe Executive Committee of the Irish llireditary or otherwise, without tbo use ol MerNational League of America is in tesalon cury or Eptaab. Books on "Conlsgloui Bloo-- 1'olwn" aad "Blood at Chicigo. Patrick Egan, who proposed and Skin Diicwes" mailed free. Presidency of the League, resigning the For eale by all druggists. wan indocrd to rFOomhUr hU determinatub awn . rac:nc co , Oa. Dwwtr , Atlanta, K. Y. 157 2W SI. tion. house.-CincinGa-cit- Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices ocr IrtTTT no Klin 1 rwrmat: -- 13. K. WEAKEN. Stanford, $S& t mmvmtmimmai&mt oawnafiiihimii iii ui r U Scmi-aSeekl- B Interior Journal LITTLE JIM'S CHANCE. Darid Lowry In The Current little fel'ad, you'ro too big a lump for low o' Jim's sort best take ono o' your Leastway, let Jim alone now." aoleo. ."I wasn't goln' to hurt him. Can't a fellow ask him what he's lying oa tho bank for, looking up at notbln'l" "No, 'o can't. Noun o' ye cau't while I'm about I know 'ow ererybody deviU Jim. 'E's put on 'cause 'e's small. I got eyes. I can see. All you boys makes fun o1 Jim. Don't you mind them, Jim. You toll mo if they bother you hnny more I'll put a top to't. Look at whatever you lolko I'M stan between you hand them lubbers." Tho boy classed among the "lubbers" slunk away, and a little fellow, prematurely aged with work and care, rose, up slowly lie was asslng bis from the cinder-bandefender in silence, when tho workman said, in what was meant to be encouraging tones, but with a rough voice: "Come, Jim, Doan't you bo trampjn hon your lip lolko mat, or mo uoys'ii do cauin out muic-soBest keep stiff hupper lip, Jim. llemmobor I'm hon your side." "Thankee, Tom. I know you're all right. They-donmean any harm. If they put on k. 't "What do you see, Jlmf 'You let Jim alone. 'E cooins out 'ero to cool 'self. Best mind your work. It's soan too much tolrao Jim's gotten, 'n' If e (Yearllogi and weanlings) that I will selMow and halL" any of my fine remain, aged ones etlnid to 1th Tho look that accompanied theso words Dakeof 1'lalnTlew, a euperlor animal: or I will 11 tho friend- their actions. conveyed a world of meaning to exchange for fat bogs. Am oreratockei. A. 1. r. less boy, who the mill and was 7J.m "Somo men never got no chance at alL" soon lost to view in tho maze of w hlrling (p)lwiittjtxWtwjliissrCHjCAtoRt(ta This supplementary remark struck tho machinery and shifting lights. listener, to employ his own language, as a A group of workmen sat on lumps of "bottom fact" - fully appreciated by tho iron,-a- nd reclined on tho ground. The majority of tho world's workers. ThroughJ Coaohos and Pullman greater portion presented physiques an ath"How much does Bass give you, Jim, for Bleeping Car. lete would envy. Deep, broad chests; mus- tending door!" cles that stood out like knobs on their arms; From "Three dollars. Ho's first rate, Bass In, beads well sot on magnificent shoulders; a Ho could get Jots of boys for two and a jLoiUHYille to Chicago, BURN8IPE, wonderful display of muscular strength half." E. H. their backs and baro arms made. Nearly "I know It Jim" Tha boss roller hesiCIiicIbhriI le Cklcage, Their trousers wore either held tated. Was it somo recollection of his own all sblrtles Known This Old and around their waists by suspenders or leather boyhood! His voice was lower as ho added: IadlauHiiolln e Chicago Maintains belts. Some mopped their faces with the "Does your mother do tho very best with ends of the towels thiown loosely around your money!" High Cherry THBOUGH TIME TABLE river craft was moored. their necks; others with tho coarse cotton AND "Oh yes. My mother don't drink." It wouldn't bo such a bad world afterall,, and the inconrcnlenco Is soon forgotten." Vis tioulirllle; check caps tho puddlets woar. This group "Of course sho don't" said Hackett, Jim thought, if bne had a good chance such Iti Proprietor Ii Deterained that was fresh from tho puddling furnaces. Those quickly. "I was't thinking of drink- as ho had now, thanks to Hackett Heaven rieoond to bo Country it Shall be Lto. Loulifllle... rREPAHED DV ..... I ; Warn I 7 19 p u pon whom the UgLt'foll had scarlet coming," ha added, with ' readiness to was a tremendous distance, and Arr. Lafayette., Hotel in the State in iti Fare, I sop ml t Ma ci it looked so plexions. Great beads of sweat gath- conceal Vr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Vtus. S " Culcaro.. true sympathy exP tu I I 00a nt nt tho Appolntmenti, pr Attenered upon their faces, necks, breasts, pense of truth so often displayed by tho awful cold and lonely up there. Why did Bold by all Druggists. everybody talk about heavenly joys! Nck tion to Comfort of Via Cincinnati.' and backs faster than they could most generora of men. Then, suddenly: their Queiti. wkaj nan aiiAiuius wj rw mrrr mop it off. Talk of a Turkish bath. These "Do you think you could 'straighten' on tho mother, and very poor peoplo ex(.ujib uia Cincinnati I,t. Indianapolis. ., .J t7 JOaiul ) Upu liko them, men perspired more over their dally and hoop rolls, Jim!" " leoplo who wero going to Bngagewlllbeoatjeato aid from the de Arr. uiicago.... .... -- .. 111S 4Jpia(l 30pm If nightly toll In ten minutes than your atron JO p tu I Jim rose to his feet quickly. "You just thero wasn't any better rest In Heaven. In iMia free or charge. Special eeeemmedatloas show for hltn of Turkish baths perspires in as many hours. clvomoa chance. Mr. Ifankntt"' to Commercial Traielera. The Oar will fealty except tluoday. lall) . " Heaven than ho had until Bill Hackett Great blotches of discolored, Inflamed skin ekolcest alwaya .applied with the "Well, como him a chance to pull put and straightenl on brows, cheeks and chins testified how and I'll see about braada of I.leeors aad Clears. it I can't talk now." A boUterous shout aroul Jim. Tho dearly they earned their dally bread "in Ceiure your ticket reels tU tbt Tho Ijoss roller turned his face towards Iwys He was wero. near him. not tno sweat" or. their faces, inflamed oye-lld-s tho mill He had mado several strides, prepared just yet to hold his own with proclaimed tho penalty exacted from when Jimiplucked his pantaloons: ; MONON them in cliaff, ho stolo away and re- tho men whose business It was to gaze into IS WARRANTED to cure Fecr and "About,Jklr. Bass. Wuat'H Sl'tcll him! entered the inilL (L. N. A. A C IV j) as It Is the quickest, the belt Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lto the depths of furnaces 'containing tho mol- He's been awful good to me. T I'm afraid ana moeidirrci line tomirago and Mnt, mlttent Fever, Dumb Ague. Bilious Fever, Menandchildreubocouio habituated todau-- ' ten metalithoy .stirred. Even their heavy he'll be mad at me." Can Ho Cured. In Ihe Northwest. Dengue (or "Break-bono- " Fever), Liver ger, grow enivless atid pay the jienalty Tho d brogans wero soaking with tho Tickets rla the Monon ItouU on sale at all prin"I'll talk to him. I'll make It right with now employe is timid ami cautious. The Complaint, and all diseases arising from Theio la rwihape no dltexM eo pieTalent as perspiration dripping Into them. cipal ticket offices. Kor rates, tua aud lull In Bass, Jim." j Malarial polious. I overweening Indigestion, and one, too, that up to the formation, addreaa confidence of tho old hands It was not to bo wondered nt if they tt Once more the boss roller faced tho mill, kills prearnt time baa baffled the skill of Ihe most WM S. IlALtlWIK.n l A.nilcage them by tho seoru In substituting a rushed out of tho mill tho instant their where his services were in requet, and or the chroolo diss "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. physicians. A J.O'KULLV, U.d. A , Uulsellle. Jim Dyspepsia. "balls'! wero taken from tho furnace to tho sat down on a pilo of pig metal to think new roll for tliat broken, all tho rolls on ono liatn their O'lgln "For eighteen months sxtf-ere-d taste are loss or appetite,Inlos of (Iran, aThe symp-ol filling hldo of tho mill uvre rendered ulese for toms great squeezers', to bo licked by tho huge over his good fortune. or weight with Chills and Fever, fullntaaroroltlng, In the stomach, cccaatonal nau-sitho time. Tho tired lad lay itatvn teeth of that monster aid in reducing Iron Strange it should all como once. First ' on the ground n little distance having Chills every other day. the he'd, with a acldltr, flatulence, dullor jaln lu into shajw for the great rolls, and dropped ex- there was Tom Stacey takingathis senatlon or heaviness part Ho from a train of rolN, Mhera tho of bowels, low spirits, sleepless-rehausted ujwn tho ground where tho river had been put on in a way KENTUCKY II. fl 4ftcr trying various remedies that was more river brvwc blew in through the mill, and fell aallow skin, derangement of Kidneys, and not breezo cooled them, or sat down ujxn contalplutlonof the heart. trying to him than if ho had received a nlee). Tho recommended to cure, used a unfrrquently auflertng with any of these symptoms and his assistants venient pieces of Iron or heaps of K you aro whipping. Ha felt he was underrated by I bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and completed their work; Bill Hackett examalternately fanning and mopping them- boys who wero in no way superior "illtte-OriiH- H ItoiKe." to him, ined his train of rolls to mo that everything HOLT'S selves. Before they tossed themselves down simply becauv ho have never since had a chill. did not liko the things was as it should be, and at a signal tho here tho quantity of cold water they gulped they liked, or join them In their sport EDWIX IMRPFK." Shortest and Quickest Route from Oaa and large and small trains slowly began to tum, down they never deliberated over it or pranks. They nieknainod him "Spoonoy," w hen a shriek a cry that rose high above rnniMREU hy tral Kentucky to &U PoinU North, drank leisurely, they gulped it down by tho "Pokoy," "Slowgo," and "Sleepy," and the clang of hammers and roar of tho mill Es.it, West and 8outhwest, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Masa. quart would amaze tho apostles of cold "Mooney" everything they IVITaTa COKE YOB could invont to horrified tho workers gathered at tho lower water and furnish a fresh apostrophe to tho annoy or rest Unelletween Sold by all Druggists. him. Now, if Hackett end of the mill. host of temparanco lecturers engaged In gave him exasierato It was Tom Stacy who Kor sale by Dr. M. L. Boutne, Stanford, Ky.T3-6u- i a place on tho straightening stand, LEXI.VGTOX A waved his hands aloft as ho ran towards tho thrashing chatf. woum mo boys sayf 1 l.rt IA ffrt vwl !a nl Ekt aA.iril m.1 a "Boys will bo boys, Tom," said one of tho vinai Schedule In Effect Oct. 11, IJJJ. s group Mhen tho little fellow withdrew. was pleased when ho roof men d Vln' Bill ' Informed side. Tho horrible ,o.i.t they beheld was "You're undertaking a big contract If you Hackett had offered him a place among 7 Ho. rJ,"TrIoT"l i"Ko.ir the burned Into their memory, never to be forexpect to keep the boys In order." tk)trrti.Bon)D. "stralghteners. t88o THE C0ORIER.J0URNAL. isso gotten. Poor little Jim had turned over "May be; samo toime hl'm not goan to sit f.t Hun. iHlly Ex. Hun. "Do you think I'm too small, Mr. Boss! in his sleep, results from that truo contentment which ax oautx or by hand see hany one himposod hon." You know I'm not so young. I'm 13 going in an instanthail tossed an ami or a foot out; Lee. CoTlngton.. 10 a in 10 pro 1 00 p m indicates perfect health of body and mind. tho swift revolving rolls had "That youngster don't seem just right LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. " Kalmeuth . 9 So am t 1 on 14." pro drawn him between them, crushed out all " Crnthlana.. 11 01 a a 10 SI pn s si p a You may possess It, If you will purify and that's tho reason the boys run on him. They n pn. 7 or Bass replied with becoming gravity, in a is Arr. Parla, II 40 a m.ll 00 t iu i IS pa semblance of a human form, and dropped would do him a good turn in a minute if it manner invlgnrato your blood with Ayer's Sars.v Monopolies, Ollajarchlsni, ami lit that warranted Jim in assuming ho " Lexlntton, 117 pal 8 17 p O was'neoded." parllla. E. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., Spirit of Sectional Blrlfc. was getting well on to manhood's estate. him on the other side a quivering mass of 11 44 a mil 0J pin 8 13 p m Lre. I'arls..... flesh and broken bones. "Hall tho more reason then somebody What if ho should get ahead like : " I suffered for yean with Scrofwrites somo boys Arr. Winchester II SO pu II 40 pro' 1 10 p m ThCVtirlr-Joarna- l should take 'e's part Hit's a dom shame to he knew! (llriar WtrrrtsA Td. Kichmond a vu pm .. There was Tom Kattleboy, only ulous humors. After using two bottles of In Japan. hlr). Is the aiknowl!.! Represents-tl- i himpose hon a weaklln or nateral E cooms two years " Uncaitsr .... 0 IS p m...... j 713 pnoldor, whoso undo put him In tho Newspaper of ths South, Is Democratic lu Ayer's Sarsjparilla, I St. Louis " Rowland Cor. 00 pm.. ... hout 'ere nolght hafter nolght, hand his 'ere pattern-shopolitic, and first, l.t. and all th linia Is tor a now ho was wearing a stiff g Is carried on by scores of Lre. Ulcbmond...., t OS p m ..... hall by 'imself, never sayln nawthluk to no- hat, "boiled" reduction of ths War Taiet aa lckl ou tb. shirt, with studs, and went man and women working in long, open Arr. Berea. 3 S3 p a .... prvrl by Ihe tariff naw In force. body, Jim does, Hif 'e takes pleasure hin to the Varieties overy Saturday night buildings, and from the reeling of the silk " Llelniton 6 M am... it, what rolght 'ave others to hliiterferol" The Weekly Courier-journAna there was Amos Kerwln, whoso to the finish the whole procew can be "Nono whatever, but they will, all the le the ist werVly new.papr pntdlsh.J In the I brother was teaching hlrn to turn seen. Nosth-Bodsgreat relief. It has entirely restored mo to Ho. 11 No. I No. I Whon tha crape U on the same. You can't put old heads on young rolls, Inltnl bt.tr., aud fir the quantity aud qiulliy who and received tho enor- loom it U only a thin silk tishealth." James Fren.li, Atchison, Ivans., or mattf r that apprars In nrh Imii or It, It Is shoulders." mous sum of $3 a week ho was only sue, a g tbeliiurrar. ha lelecrsphle news fatllitlr. sort of material, writes: "To all persons suffering from Lre. lJrlnrston.. a 00 am "No! 'Well, Hi'll tell 'e what HI can do: sixteen. He PUtrl.M any oth.r paiT, aud It lias the sortie, " Ilerea -- .10 Liver Complaint, I would strongly recomHi can warm tho lugs o' them has puts on Hackett wouldivos dyiug to know how much such as they use for painting the panels for ii am or the allct wrllT. and currrspondrnts In Arr. Kichmond . give him tho first week. If screens and kakemonos. It has a perfectly 11 IS a m ll country. It pn.iit.tl,nes of the week from Little Jim. Hit you knew the truo way ho received $.5 he would bo mend Aycr's Sanaparllla. 1 was afflicted fortunate for a smooth, glosiy surface, and tho threads Lto. ltowland ...... . emye-ctlo- u 7 13 a iu . of the World. Itdcs lolls rm.li-ion't, you'd do the same. Do you know that beginner. A new with a disease of the liver for nearly two " Lancaster ..... "hand" ho considered each way are drawn tight ani oven. From tbruushout the tear grcatrr tiumUrcf Serial -- I 8 OS a Ui. little chap no bigger nor my thumb his the himself a hind could't Arr. Kichmond. .. and Short Stories Ir prominent and pc.i iiUr 00 am . years, when a friend advised mo to take -II expect much "until the loom the ploca of crape, which is goner sole support hof his mother? 'E's stunted he writer, than any or the Mgh.prlr! maKailnc Lre. Kichmond ... got his hand in." GOSa m 1 2S n m this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and ally made in lengths of fifty or sixty feet Itlsinoteryu.putaModclPollUMlanJFsmllj with work, that's what alls Jim. 'E's Arr. Winchester., 705 a in 7 Usui It was with such thoughts as these a is plunged into a vat of boiling water and has cured me." Mrs. H. M. Kidder, 41 rSpf. Arr Parle 8CS a ml 2S a tu . worked hover since 'e was nine years; think balancing of chances such ns" saddens tho stirred about in the steam for a few minTho WooVly Courier-JournD vvlght St., Boston, Masi., writes: "For tins by Lye. Lexington ...' 7 IS a o' thatl Talk about your frvo country 40 p m 20 pm lives of men who aro rounding their lives inrtno Larcost Olroulatlon offtiiyDoiu-ocrati- o .1 8 10 a utes, onJ this process shrinks the threads Lts Paris M p m moind, Hl'm not sayin nothink again tho several years I havo used Ayer's Sana-parlll- a 20 put .Newspaper la Amorlca. that little Jim entered upon his new duties. and glvos the crape Its wrlnkloJ, crinkly " uyntniana.... s SSa M p m SI pa country Hit's tno customs ill doan't loike, lu my family. I never feel safe, It Is arknowlcvlp-t,jr prol, UJ M.,p " r almoin n OSS a 4 p tn Ho presented, a quaint, picture on tho look. When dried the crane Is tcmJ In 5" pm IhronRlioiit Hie trilled Matr. to I A Vist that lets peoplo send Uttlochnps loike Jim Arr. UoTlnjton ....ll 10 a even 00 (i tu IS pu piju-rstraigiHemtig noor. A'chip hat, frayed nt heapt, each length of mussed, yellow stuff i peat In alio J grratlu hout to work, when' they nought to lio' hat In a' illt j l prist In Its Corrects , c,f lrif..im.i-lion- ; school. That's puttln hit plain, hlsn't hit! tho edges, almost concealed the serious . twisted and tiod like a skeia. and but for Kre.it in earlrly; Jl.tY.SVII,!.K IlllAMJII. In etery er Ihe w rd. It liMnnrnr.at ..,..)i.. .1 sin Why, hit's worso than 'tis hin tho hold nine lace, wuu lis sail, questioning eyos. I the silky lustor It looks like so many rugged 11..1 To lo itlioiit It Is n Rrret c ppurtuuity country, cept praps in Shlf'ld, hand Hl'm His trousers (cut down, evidently), wero and badly handled plecas of unbleached mm-- j t. Tliownlo nice take It lu. 8l, ' No. Si willmg to pretty cock stue lion't Shlf'ld hlsn't has bad simply preiKMterous. His thirt, originally liiu After this tho crapo Is bleichod or Noarn-IlofKwithout It. As a liver mediciua and Dally U without It In Ibilr linnirs meiiut I)uy red, was brown ami black, in spots and dyed and stretched on bamboa framas to " has thin country 1K1. bun. Ex. dun. general purifier of the blood, It has no crealej, p. itimon to red flannel subjected to I dry, when it becomes the smooth, soft crapo FREE PREMIUMS. A chorus of voices hero coincided in those A list of IimiiJkjiiio and im'fut prrmliims equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, WInterpock, Lee Coelnxton... 2 00 p ra great rarh ly aro i.tT. rid fm to j mrly subscrib-rs-of views. The man uhojo language plainly frequent uahlitg, quick drying and ironing. with "a wrlnklei skin lika rcalded milk" . " filiigtoa .., ... 7 25 a in 4 20 p tu low-cVa., writes: "My youngest child, two Heny shoes completed his that every woman ravss over. Tho twenty-- I On roelpt of nqupsl for tliem, k ,nv ' Paris .....M.... indicated a lively recollection of his . 8 20 a ra 5 23 p d a ' Ireiof charge nearnptnriipy of W kly Courier-Jouriyard lengths of wide crape are sold at prices years of age, was taken with Bowel ComArr Mlllerabuiu.. 8 47 a in 8 44 pu days promptly assented to the broad tt raring appareL and our I'rniilnni f iipplcn,,,,!, " Carlisle It was a sultry day in early June. The ranging from $13 to $25, depsudlnz ou the plaint, which wo could not cure. Wo tried . 8 IS a mi fl 10 pm proposition laid down by tho Englishman, our lull liat of pri'uilum., to auy a.Urm.gi,nic " Jolicsoti.... In OS a m, 7 07 p ui looked fornuitl to a rest to weight of the silk and fineness of woaviug. many remedies, but ho continued to grow whoo candor and kindly disposition " MaytTllle... 10 SO a m 7 60 pm STXDSCIUPTION TEKMS. tho Interval defined by tho two oppressive tho favor of his fellows. him to worse, aud finally became so reduced lu Wee'ilr, one year, Including n free rre- -The I'eoplo of Ilraill. summer months, that brings relief to tho No. 82 KbT3r iiniiin, A fresh summons to the furnaces await31,50 flesh that wo could only move him upon Daily Cor. New York Sun.) Dally Weekly, toilulmiif (ire aud over, wftb'out overtasked brain and muscle. All but one, ing them terminated tho discussion. As Ex. Hun. Ex. tiun a pillow. It was suggested by one of the premium, rrh .... The population of Brazil numl J ji) about they tho mill Jim emerged from Little Jim, would have worked gladly all For etery club of fiie names sent uiatone time doctors that Scrofula mlht bo tho cause Lre Maysrllle-.- .. 8 43 a u 12 4S p m c,ub '" " "nl it, looked about him, and walking to tho ex- tho year round now that his chance had 12,000,000, of whom not more than 2,000,000 P'" nt " Johnson infer 0 27 a m S 28 p m of tho trouble. Wo procured a bottle of onool free premiums selected by him. an, treme edge of the cinder pile which formed somewhat overtaken him before he could re- are natives that Is, white Portuguese, the " Carlisle 7 28 a m 4 JJil y, 'except Huudayhone )ir. ' Mlllersburg. eseeeeeeee 7 48 a ml 4 25 p tn tho river bank, sat down, drew up his knees, alize it He conducted himself throughout remainder being Indians alii negroes. These 47 pm ay, except Mmidayf, six months... ."'fiiij Arr Paris 8 15 a ml t 15 p ta clasped his hands In front of them, and tho early heats liko a veteran. A trifle figures do not Include the savage tribes In the 11 Lexington b"w:on.,;e.rr,,",),'u mw,b have never been counted and 0 10 a ml 6 10 p m ml looked up and down the river, across tho nervous, but always resolute, ho applied ktterlor that " Coflcnton .... 80 a ml 8 45 pm Uundey, six tuoull.. himself to his task with a gravity and spirit 4 re practically unknown. After bis visit to 1X0 river, and up at tho stars. No tratellng aBents aro employe.1 Mio United States in 1370 the emperor orNOT.-Tra- lna br the Dense clouds of smoko issued from in- that attracted tho attention of all in his 8 and 4 are dally between but n Rood loeal t Is ante I ganized a number of exploring expeditions, Lexington and Corlngtont other tralnr numerable tall chimneys furnace stacks for It In eiery roiiiuiunlty, to whom b,r,i are dally except Sunday. "Look at 'Spooney,' " " 'Moonoy's' n geographical and botanical, and made other cash cumiulMlon Is allom-d- . upon either side of the Monongahela, and If th. Courier. Wrecl conn, ctlone are made at Winchester with Journal has no local agent In your neighbor-idandy." "See what a daisy 'Slowgo' Is to scientific survey by talent imported from and commenced giving It to him. It surely upon both sides of tho Ohio Immediately l CheaaMake A Ohio for Ml. Bterllng, Ashland. tho universities of ths United States, ani a day" ?'! .,0 U f"r,"r Agent's ConraMlng half Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern elt- him. Varied lights extended as far as worked wonders, for, In a short time, he waeeml fneof cbarge doal was done in the way of research. scrlptlon onlers, requMts for oulllts, AUsul his eye could roach along the banks of the chaffing that was worth m6ro to Jim than greatold emperor was completely cured." sample Fast f.ln.Vn. a .n.i a .... -- 1. wi..i ... wanted to continue these praise. Underneath tho chaff The sopUs.ttc, should boaddrced to Monongahela above him, and down the right Bolld Trains, with Pullman Neeplng Care belweea inveitlgations be Sold by all Druggists. W. N. HALDEMAN, bank of tho Ohio. Lurid flames shot up lay tho broad goodwill and encouragement his dominion), until the found out all about a., ana wincnesiet VJ parliament thought but TrtiUaat Coorlir Jomxl C. , sod Washlngtor, D. C. 1'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. heavenwards at times from the furnaces as of "tho boys." Jim plucked his suspenders rhpAliirri tfltkata .A I....... .1 1... up with his thumbs and smiled, his only the knowledge was not worth what it cost, LOUISVILLL, KT tho "dampers" were pulled from the tops of destination reached by railroad. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, and shutdown on his expeaditures. answer to the crossfire of chaff. the tall stacks, piercing tho clouds of smoke. w, ji, WIIITTLEHKr, 0.1. n.nunar Mass., U. S. A. At the end of two hours Tom Stacey walked Paasenger Agent, Dull, gleaming Ares smouldered here and Trar. Pass. Agent, What Is a Canon T that way. Ho stood where, looking past the flyT Ixlniston, there where the glassworkers shaped the (later Ocean. c. w.sMiTir. n. w.puleb wheel, ho could see the queer little figure beautiful crystal that graces the most luxurOeneral Manager. The position occupied by Canon Farrar Ay Oen. moving quickly over tho outer end of tho ious and richly appointed tables. Brilliant being somowhat vague in many people's CLUBBING BATES. plates, tugging tho dull-roCashes from furnace doors suddenly opened straightening hoop-iroserpent-lik- e as it was thrown minds it Is well to state that a canon 1 a To those ilMlrlng sJJuiousl and closed Illuminated the surface of the rsllorf waiter we Gl 11.00 u down, freshly pulled from Uie rolls. Hackett person who potsetses a prebend or revenue will club ths river In fanlike rays, while overhead the stood c. auk.ruT.fi allotted for the performance of service in a at his shoulder. Y play of artificial light pierced tho gloom INTERIOR JOURNAL l.ivir4rn. "He's a curiosity, aint he!" said the boss cathedral. Originally canons were merely ruilaa; hi 14. like fitful flashes of summer lightning. priests. The word Is from the Greek As follow: roller with a smile. "BIVOUAS" A confuted noise; tho sound of clanging "kaaon," a straight rod or polo, and it With tho Weekly CouilwJjurnsI 3 CO " 'E moluds mo 'o hoys I'vo seen at 'ome FOR hammers, striking deafoning blows, the same kind. So hold lookiu' they'd give you slgnlflis three things a rule, a pension of " New York World " -- 2 80 iAti nwililj monotonous ound of the great rolls, a turn. Hit's mighty good o you, Bill, to fixed revenue to live on, and a catalogue of dull, " New York Hub " 8 CO the crash of tho "squeezers" as they grasped put 'lm hon, 'tis. 'E's little, but he's got matrlcula, " " 5 CO Hsrpr' Magulne 20 Per Cent in their insatiable maws and bolted greedily the will." " " 3 20 Uarrr' Weekly The full name of Lot Angeles, Csl, is La Profit. immenso balls of iron tossed them from tho 3 00 The Englishman walked past " Koutberu Blrouao stopped, IVrvhr pric, jtafnaces, nud the sliarp, loud rattle of the and addressed him as ho would Jim, spoken Puebla de Nuestra Senora Ia Rsiua de Los " " 2 B0 Home and Farm have Angeles. iIlrjTiU(I sail machines blending together, fell on lit- to a man, said. "'Ow his hit, Jim! 'Ow Mustang1 Liniment is older than In lact, no Lnat"r wbst pulllcatlcn you detlre, xtl S rtplM tle Jim's ears liko the roar of a mighty do 'e coom up! Purty tough, hlsn't it! The weight or 1 030,030 11 bills In green-bacwe can furolab It Willi our iair and lire tou lie- nxst .a most men, and used more and ilpes the trouljloari.l njx'nw of remitting lor it, Ho sat thero listening to tho Kind o' warms ' lolkel" Is within a fraction of 8,811 pounds. waterfall. ef , 00. from SO cems toft .V) xoar of tho monster mills, looking at tho more every year. Simj Old subscribe, who hare aire Or paid, ran rs.i, afliithig llghti on the water, and at the stars stsII Ibemaetrioi of hj cltr by paying luo differ"Tlifse .r time try o en'e aculs," A.'iaOinKERN EllVOUAC,"' ence Letweon t? and thenairtin a ua'ued. which shotw through the canopy of smoke Mr. Naraser resontcd ai act to re C.K. Avory & Sonj UoulbVlllo, Ky. W. r. WALTON, lWf, eisufonl. Paine. above him. chxrter the lonu of Ml. Vernon. me" "You tell me-t- hat' "Well, Jim star gazing again." Tho voice that recalled Jim to tho Ufo around him was cheery. Ho looked up with n smile, pulled his right suspender nervously with his thumb, and replied hesitatingly, "I don't know." "What brings yon awny out hero alonot What have you got in your band, anyhow, Jimf Tell me, I won't giro you away." The tone invited confidence; the speaker's manner demonstrated friendliness, possibly sympathy. It was Bill Hackett, boss of tho small rolls; the man who had endeavored to excuse tho "lubbers" who had Incurred Tom Staeoy's ire. "You'd laugh at' ma" "No, I won't You nover know mo tell a lie. did you, Jiml" "Do you think there arc any boys in God's Mills!" Tho question, as Bill related it afterward, "staggered him." Tho Idea of in heaven was so ridiculous ho experienced difficulty in controlling bis countenance. Little Jim was looking straight up at him with serious, questioning eyes. At a venture tho boss roller replied, "No! I'm pretty sure there ain't" Jim dropped his head suddenly. The boss roller mmlo a wry face, relieving himself in n manner of the internal laughter consuming him, and at the end of a lengthy sllenco ventured to inquire tho motive prompting such a question. "I thought, maybe, if there was, a fellow might have a chanco up thcro." "A chance I For What !" "To got ahead. Everybody can't get ahead here." "No. That's a fact" Tho boas roller looked down upon Llttlo Jjm curiously. If ho was a weakling, ho realized what somo men never seem to realize, judging them by iron-plants "Oh, it Isn't bard. Do you think I'll do, . Tom!" "Do! Why, Jim, If 'o mlndsthy business 'o'll bo nt tho top o laddor 'o'll own a mill somo Ayer's CherryPectoral Should bo kept constantly at haud, for uio la emergencies of tho household. Many a mother, startled In tho night by tho omluous sounds of Croup, finds tho llttlo sufferer, with red aud swollen face, gasping for air. In such cases Aycr's Cherry Pectoral U invaluable. Mrs. Emma Gcdncy, 159 West 12$ st., Xcw York, writes: "Whllo m tho country, last winter, my llttlo boy, three years old, was taken til with Croup; It seemed as If ho would dlo from strangulation. Aycr'i Cherry Pectoral was tried In small and frequent doses, and, In less than half an hour, tho llttlo patient was breathing easily. Tho doctor said that tho Pectoral saved my darling's Ufo." Mrs. Chas. I). Latulou, Guilford, Couu., writes: "Ayers Cherry Pectoral POSTED. Wethe unlerjljnelRiTnotlcs thtl our .Isndi posted alnst tall either niblng, are hunting for atus or auyihlon le,or trMpsiiiac In any way by naiilni throughout farms, without pedal penult, except Tlstttng or onbusloMS with Violators uior those IIt1o on our lands. the law. may expect prosecution to ths extent pr L8. B031.BV. A.. C. O.O HOI'PKH.It A M. VkLaND. HTEPIIiaC BUUCII. BAMiroBD IBlVttf. j, k. Hitncih. . FOR COUGHS AnO ?Vria03E' ORoJP Ul polly Following close upon this Hackett approached him In a lull and said: "You aro doing pretty well, Jim, for a now man. Jim was sure ho said 'man.' Ho listened Intently, lest tho roar of the mill might drown or sweep away the words of praise ho craved. "I've taken on lots of now mon that didn't do as well at first. I didn't think to tell you what you are to get Will (1 a day suit you, Jim!" Jim almost dropped his tongs. Ho tried to answer tho boss roller, but a feeling, liko a queer lump in bis throat, prevented him. Ho could not utter a word. He nodded bis head vigorously, howovcr, and whon tho boss roller walked away he began to think Tom Stacey was in dead earnest that ho really thought thcro was a chanco for him, which Jim could not see. If he had over gono to school or church but there was no chanco for cither school or church. All tho boys who had got ahead wero either fortunate in friends, had bosses who helped them to "soft snaps," being related In somo way to tho fellows who wero getting ahead, or else they wero very smart But now he would have ffl a week. Why, that was as much as Tom Kattloboy was gottlng. He might make as much as Amos Kerwln after awhile. There was a jar n Jolt and suddenly tho ceased rolls to turn. BUI Hackett hastened past Jim on the run. Boon tho millwright was on the ground, while tho men and boys at tho silent rolls looked on listlessly, or sauntered out to tho cinder pilo to get fresh air or pitch coppers. A small roll had broken. A stoppage of an hour purhapi less time as necessary to replace tho rolL Jim wandered out to tho bank of Use river, and sat down, clasping his hands la tho fashion Hackott found him when ho offered him work on the straightening plates. The stars wero shining brightly. Looking down into the water Jim bebo'd them reflected on its surface. Tha mill roared and rumbled behind him; tho furnaces along tho river banks glowed sleepliko ing fires, or shot out Hidden flashes of light immenso that illuminated breadths of water, whereon all maimer of day." jjgysfe PIANQS1 fimORGANS. MfMri.TTRTi L.J. Cook are Agents far the John Church A Co. Tlence an I Orsani, which following moat excellent InitrumenU.' and Knabe A Co., Uaiellon Bro., Deiker A Krerett Plauoa. Alao.Cloujn A Warren and the Orgaoi. These Instruments Co. JohnCburch ar mint excellent tn tone, of nreat durability and we defy coaptation. Allot thsn. are warranted I forflieyeara. IHferen:-- A. U. M. Moore and B. M. Cirbenter, J. M. ralllpt. J. Mra. Mantle Holmes, Jamct Bailey, Btanforj! e Crab Orchard! Oen. W.J. Landram and Mies Huffman, Lancatr, Ky. Lis-sl- 'HrJZ&fS 1 FOR SAXTE! Acre, JVC IT i'm i k. Saved My Life, and nlso the life of my llttlo sou. As ho Is troubled with Croup, I daro not bo without this remedy lu the home." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Mai., writes: "My children have repeatedly taken Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for Coughs aud Croup. It gives Immediate relief, followed by cure.'' Mrs. Mary E. Evans, Scranton, Pa., writes : "I havo'two little boys, both of whom havo been, from Infancy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. Aboil six months ago we began using Ayci's Cherry Pectoral, and It acts liko a eharnii In a few minutes after the child takes It, he breathes easily and rests well. Every mother ought to know what a blessing I have found In Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. Win. C. ItclJ, Freehold". J., writes : "In our family, Ayer's medicines have been blessings for many yean. In cases of Colds and Coughs, we take I with to sell three email tracte of good It a n In Pork Lanl, one containing t3 Acrcn, oneUtter and the third 140 Acre comfortable ItnpwTeaienu, all (h land rich with tracts. Also IHO Acrrmot No. in 1 Knob linden Mawn'e Oap, near Blanford. All one and oftbla land has been lately aurteyed callingany me. on wishing to purchase can aee rlat by Will sail low for cash or on any reasonable time, with intereat at 6 per cnlj Stanford, Kr P. 8.- -I hare a number of FKMK. "a''er.iniM. .kill I ifcr.v off u. ntlM krft.. la s.t Wti.it .Its Iks fc.llf ! Pti.jlpls la iti. n.Ul rltat ( Ui. .14 Bl-U- . pr . Rwsit Ocw tg Ii Titlna. fmiom Rs.t.T f.r Casks. Crs.fk Menu. tk Ssi kB4.a at In. C..skft.t l.tipU.al sal p.I.l.M. iMliliHMBlMtitli aii.MMrauUlhrlt. .if e.nl$t. WALTER A. TATtOl. Atlanta, Oa t n OjM.ur; nirxursaar cuanut. he auioraa CklUna TMUlaf. nitrk r.tulikj .m iik.rd rrm tn ta. ,!( . iti.U.f iptr..l rll,UU.list Ihnu rtHM ..rlf B.t.l.( M(k, ..4 Tti kiiIii mi ( i!. is. X Ij X. Elaitt.IW. it u la l rMu-- lk ki'.i r.M.i trt suim, stlBC asm rtr ... trt, ul Both for aale by Dr. M. L. BOUBKE, Hlanfcri Fino aiiortUorn Uullut MYERS HOTEL, Well its Hotel Still Reputation, STANFORD. KY. 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