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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886012601 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. r mtmt 0 Wum GEO. ,0. BARNES. 1,tKiil r,n 3m titeftuf iimfmil NO. 93. i.Hurriuw. STJKOEOrf DENTI8X! J. 1154-ly- yqt.ltzv m STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1886. CANDIDATES. His Wife Talks on the Train. itsm of his discharges, a musket ball struck him hi. Now, I'll tell you why I wouldn't go InSTANFORD, KT. equare in the foreheid. I was right at OOo South tide Main Stmt, two doors abevs side at the time. Ilejuit sank down with, to the restaurant and have a cup of coffee N. W. HCGDES th. Myers Hotel! 'Praise ike Lord; God is Lava and Noth out even a groan, as his rids fell from his with you while we were waitlnir for the Para Nitrous Oxlda Gt administered whan rei quired. Is aCandtdstatar Bupsriotsodsat Public Bcooli auk Frianv ing Elio." PttbtUhed grasp and be expired Instantly, without a train. I don't like the way you asked me. of Lincoln county. struggle. ITe was a fine soldier and the Keep quiet I have the floor. Not half an VII. W. B. PIN1TY, FtmxiiouRif, Iw'diA', Dec. 15tb, 1885. littlo garrison missed him terribly. The hour before you said to Mr. Puffer, ' Come, REV. A. BOGLE J3ontl8t. . VVjiaiSrTT STANFORD, KENTUCKY. limit tar desired Dim it rwTrntnn!.r It U twierttood If we credit that 12.50 will be ex- same day Jones brother to my comrade In let's get a cigar," and away you went, hold- It a Candidate (or Superintendent Publlo Schools UlIILUpeeled and demtndtd, Imyh Offlea AJ Intetvlew with Mr. 'Cnnrcher OBoJof the the blown up bastion waa also killed, ing his arm, and not giving htm a chance of Lincoln, subject to the action of the Democ- noa on Lancaster street, next door to to 13 a. Journal offlco. Office hours from 8 racy. only two survivors cf the llittobgtirh.' raaa- with a shot in the bead. He and the Capt. to decline. When we met John O'Howdy T x.and 1 to S r. k. Anesthetics administered whaa r. Decenary. acre In mutiny time. The good, Major were buried in the same grave." W. P. WALTONr on our way to luncheon, you said "Just in W. II. WITHERS had him up a( thn'Fort to breakfasthen l We came to a great peepul tree, spread time, John, come take lunch with us." And li1 a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action a and ing its branches high above the earthen then here a"' he found out trial I wanted to nee when we found the It 5T oftbe Democracy. . Unique Marjiage Ceremont train nearly an hour late you' looked at after eating I had to walk rpund the walls and Just Inside the parapet. Dressed ffne Flooring, Gelling, Weatb'er ld.,aCh!aQ drummer, ji!w5 wie," Its your watch, turned to me and said, in a htm, while he totd me thethrill-Ing- , KENNEDY E. "How well I remembjr that tree. Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green od obqa night Ijetop-pe"at1t"Irwlafcut li Iow, particular's of this terrible fen'dajn Ilmba were bare and ragged for the grape in a questionable way: "Would you like It a Candidate for Attestor, subject to the action of Lumber in tho Ecratjh, inolading piUlngall House In OtUrnwa. when 32 undannted men "held vth fort" shot from the enemies battery took all the to havo n cup of coffee?" And I didn't tha Democratic ptrty. Laths and Shingles. There I became, well acquainted with a agtlsat 3.000 or more, well armed, trained limbs off it. The beggars had Int. of n want it; I was tired and a little hungry, , cuttomera In 8UaFor the convenience qulel young man twllthroai my joaja-- feopoT', who had turobd the knowledge of the but I would have fainted before I accepted GEORGE S. CARPENTER ford ana vicinity we of ourimnnil with Geo.and they just rained shot into bare wat let Into a little war they had gained from British teacher, and night. It aeomed as if we sucb an invitation. And you went away a Is a Candidate for Cotnty Clerk, subject to the ac I). IVearcn to keep on his yardt an utortraant fort by day of our Lumber, where they can get It at cheap at tea4 which' not Ul don psoti'eln the and the admlrabla weapons (urnthedt from got neither sleep nor rest the wholo time, little vexed with me, and had coffee and tion or tna democracy. from usdirect. He will alto make ettlmatea for I eat Ic his any bills not on bands, which wa will All on thort knew. OjhU Inv Itatlon their former ma, so unbroken were the alarms and so few to bread and butter by yourself and didn't entoB Brltlih ermorie. agalnt notice. JiEL VIN & DA VtS, SI. JOnNSON hj told n". hi roo tnjtlie venlnfc's Lily, Ky. 234m same night that they joy it very much. In effect, you said to tera.i keep watch The taVUalcr ok the coipel who had been or- a Candidate for Ateeesor of Lincoln county, tub a What a wide difference there i between blew up the bsstlon, they burned the fort me: "If you want a cup of coffee, if you It Ject to the action ot the Democracy. few weett beW,.nd had coe ruadlng a book and lutening to an eye we had a lot of lumber piled up really want it, I will buy it for you." You A. - An.,!,., m ntrlnrta the marriage cere wltn! Mr. Churcber waa an indlKO gate, but so they didn't get in, even wnen are the best husband in the world, but yon inside and WILLIS C. BARNETT In. (set wme frlenda o( hie. moBTfor planter with 'headquarter, at Fatteh'gurb, The most trouble-som- e do as nearly all the best husbands do. Why of Jailer Is a Candidate pee that Yerj when the mutiny broke out. He lived the gate was destroyed. waa In the village do you men seem to dole things out to county, aabjectlor the offlce election of of Lincoln thaMcertmonTwutotak' to primary the Demobattery they had rlb wjflh ,hla, brother, xho af lerwardapcri.hed fronting the fort gate, where they had good your wives when you fairly throw them to cratic party. niacin his room.. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL elJeilj'mtnianrlotoancaine In, shook with the reet, while attempting to make cover and from which we had no force to the men you know? Why not invite me -- And the Louisville- W. T. SAUNDERS hafida warmly with my friend, ending, by hit way down the Ganges to a place ofafe-ty- . dislodge them. From that Bathing ghant heartily as you invite men? Why didn't being married up Wore him and standi Courier-Journ- al It Candidate lie baa a neat, well built ti jure; leight they fired on us the night we fled In thrre you say, "Come, let's get a little coffee and thea Democracy. (or Jailer, subject to the action ol they left In ho uaualorm. refined" feaitt'reaj age boats. The' channel runs near the bank, something," and take me right alone with avirage, eyea blue, One year for only 83 two papers for little anmy,newJrlend eald to me: more than the pricelofon CO. When hla terrible adventures and ther challenged us, but we kept very you? You wouldn't say to a man, "Would T. H. PENNINGTON ar. about peculiar Thai, I think la the occurred, he muat have been an athletic, still and the night was dark and their bul- you like me to buy you a cigar?" Then t By paying ut S3 yon will receive for one year Candidate forlCounty Clerk ol rltfe ceremony mlnUHef mm pMfomed. acllve, vigorous young fellew of 21 or lets missed us. .By the lime the alarm was why do you always issue your little invi- It a to the action of the Democracy. Lincoln, your Some paper with the Courier-Journtha repreeentatlre newipaper of the South, democratof Ita eual and never ex- - nearly I Bim.heird that. given we had floated out of easy reach. It tations to treats in that way to me? Inic and for a tariff for revenue only, aud the beat! brightest and ablest family weekly In the United B. PAXTON I asked him if lapaaof years had! at all was an awfully anxious moment, though, deed, indeed, my dear husband, if men States. Those who detire to examine a sample doiyou meat.7" can do so at this oOoa. dimmed the memories of the awful past? when they challenged us, In the darkness, would only act towards their wives as It a cand'date lor County Attorney, subject to the copy of tba Courier-Journ'I'll foil TO",' waa hla reply, 'only you "Oh ml it is always before me, as. if it not twenty pacaa distant." heartily, cordially, frankly aa the do to- Stlmary election to occur the tint Saturday In et. My "M muaTblar In mind thai It it We walked back to the Mijor's bunga- wards the men whom they meet, they y had happened yesterday ." and mother ware ptoneara In a coun-tfather As we walked, first along the precipi- low, and Mr. Churcber polntod out the spot would find cheerier companion! at home OHIO JUDGE W.O. HANSFORD far from thU city. I waa reared on tous bank, ol the river, that make a' sheer just under the steep bank on ffbicn it than they conld at the club. Burdette, in Ita Candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, their farm aad finally lent eff to ichool. deecent to the water 25 or $0 fcel'below tubje ct to the action of the Democracy. standi, where the fugitives crawled down a Brooklyn Etgle. Kendickj's Ronfo East arc welModo people, church and form one side of the fortlGcatlonr; he bamboo ladder, into the three boats, moored Mr, parents "According to Hoyle" is a common and are highly respected In their said "They never seemed to have thought beneath. When all were safely embarked JUDGE T. W. TARNON workers phrase, and "Doyle's Games" are widely Ahjut two yearn aco tnv of attacking nefthbwhood. to tha office of Qoun-tIt a Candidate for Washington, Philadelphia and in from the river eidr; though tbey cist otl'and (hated down in .the s Judge, tubject to the action of the Democracy. in which he eald if they had had the pluck, It might cully labor nnder Now York, with a driiriing rain fall- known; but many darkness, heWU trouble and wanted my advice haye been done under cover of hlgbt; as ing, to increase the general wretchedness. the improwion that Hoyle waa a former Tbe.only Hue running D. SWOPE nLJsUflce. To rntke a Ion atory they had the boat, and could have dropped But tender women and frightened children gambler, who turned his attention to book- describe the pecu- down noicelei.ly and flVcled a landing at making as a means of keeping out of the Ita Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS' abort, ami not to atop to bore bravely up and all did the belt they or Edmunds Hoyle waa a Lon to. t tie action tne Democracy. "7 ll,al uy U' several paints. We were too few to keep could to give aa little trouble an posible. liar oucum'Ucofti, the' trouble waa that he had never asbeen anylhinK like an etlective watch, around With the monilng light came discovery doner who died in 1769, aged ninety-seve- n. GEORGE Ii. COOPER FBOSt hla He was among the first who took a miriieSl to the woman who pawed Bath.nnily' they all around. For a good while the Sepoys the entire enclosure. a candidate for Cou ity Clerk ot Lincoln, tubject Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky., tatirfud had special interest in whist, did much to per- It the action of toe I emocratlo party. wllef .For fears they to didn't know how helplcea we were and had would not venture Into tne abandoned fort, to Washington Oity, fect the game, and after it became a craze wllh thl relillbnahlp, but at length my no one Mi any daring to leal them." Connecting In the samo defot with fearing it was mined. This was afterwards want-e- d JAMES P. BAILEY Fast Trains for Now York, mo'her began to worry abou. It. M We left the river paint and began our reported by the natives. Then they man- devoted several years to teaching it at a legally. My guinea a lesson The Direct Koute to Ho was paid five thous- It a candidate for Circuit Clrk, tubji-c-t to the acthe ceremony performed .troll around tbejand side. ned other boata and started down the river Lynchburg. Daarllle, Norfolk and all Virginia ' fab! hadtlio objection, bat dldsnot indare "Yonder-- in the 'Sheeshom High' " in swift pursuit. They had plenty of skill and dollars for his first treatise on wh!s', tion ot tho democratic pirty. and North Carolina Points. m to go to any minister or lunctioniry Fortlckett and further Information, apply to pointiej; to a wide and dense clump of ed boatmen. The fugitives only a few at published in 1713, when he held a governcountry your neareat ticket office or address W. W.MonT. D. NEWLAND nelRhborhood. You know what Psmlng the start, who all abjndoned them the first ment office in Ireland. Toward the close roe, Dlv. Freight and Paucnger Agent, Lexington tree "they had their camp." , what unpleasant talk of hli life he revised it and included other It a candidate (or Shtrifl of Lincoln county, tub Ky. cammunlllM ic and Jcct to the actlonof the democracy. fathcj his hand with a nervous KMttire over his day, on pretence of golllng help at their popular games. O. W. SMITH, II. W. FdVLEK, . a Philadelphia Call. followed. Then my would hare .a " is all so village, as mey aroppeai aown pa-- i la Oon'l Pau'r AjH. Gen'l Manager, my forehead and eyes, he added "It uicnmona, Virginia. consulted me, and the result of It waa changed outside- etnee then. Tree) and gauntlctof hcslilo villagers on cither bnk( There was a curious combination of good W. L. DAWSON I dcclalon to waltwblle. Two week. ao buildings that afforded cover to the enemy and a running fire from matchlocks and auu in luck in tne experience ol tne engi- It a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln County, suba mlnloler and our plana were wsa'ordalried" do to neer of a tug which sunk in Hell Gate the ject to the action of tho Democratic party. just have bceU cleared away. It quite confuses muskets, gave them all they could then carried out. The couple I haTe Several were other day. He managed to scramble on to me fur I can only sea it as it was then. steer clear of destruction. HAM. M. OWENS married were my own father and mother. Into the tall trees their sharp shooters wounded by straggling shots. Churcher one of the echcooers in the tug's tow, and Jailer of "Lincoln county, sub Is a -- Cnfcgo Tribune galling and Jones the two final survivors were the schooner soon after drifted upon the ject candidate for of the Democratic party. climed and annoyed us with their ts the action OHIO MISSISSIPPI R. W and unceasing Gre. Their aim waa quite the only ones who knew anything about rocks. Then he went aboad another tug, RiiAuisa Upthe Ameiucas TAnts. which upon stick above managing a clumsy native pull D. R. CARPENTER, ii i...n..i .tnr I raniB to thia city of accurate. Elevate a hat would a quickly be one of the boata had ita rudderboat. First, er off, was endeavoring to boiler the schoonThe direct through line and old established routa disabled by when the tug's burst and It a Candidate for as County Attorney, reporlera to the earthworks and it from I want tou Cinclnnatl-a- nd of a shot from the bank. Then the parsengera threw him into the water again. Perhaps tubject to the action oftbe Democrutlc paity. They had no end getthla right -t- hU much: A gentlemtn riddled with bullet. N. Y. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii after he had run amunition, white we had only plenty of were transferred to to tho other two, and he was theJJonahof the occasion, ..ii IOIU UIO ,..i. JAMES W. ALCORN WT'I iht and all points in tho West. hell anil mufket cartridges. Fortunately they bad it was abandoned on a sand bank. Then, Sun. ,tn-- n n.l treed every Rambling for Circuit one of the over crowded two ran full upon THE KEY. GEO. II. TUAYEK, of Bourbon. It a Cadldate to the actionJudge In the thia Disdegree., that the no shells only solid cannon trict, rutject oftbe Democracy. lewd house In the city by Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louts. it would soon have been all up with a shoal. While the other floated on un- Ind.,iaji; 'Both mjiclf and wife owe our Htci Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati tiMn,thadldwaato aend one of hla COKE. For tale toBHILOH'd CONSUMPTION to St. Louis. . . ,u mr of the Recorder of u. Our limited stock of projectiles soon able to return to the help of her consort, at if. L. Bourne's. R. C. WARREN Only XO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati city, and he aald gave out, and after that we fired nails, owing to the swift current and the pasARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion, n.l Keeorda of thia to St. Louis. lor tho offlce ol of every screws, hammer chains, anything we could sengers were in the water attempting in Oonitlpatloo, Dizziness, Low of Appetite, Yellow It a Candidate Attorney ot theto Sth Judicial ComDit monwealth'! he determined to publish the name Only Lino by whioh you oaa rummage out of the work shops. By vain, to float their helpless craft, the pur- Skint Sbiloh's Vltallzer It a poiltlvo euro. For trlct, subject to the action ol the Democracy. Tho wnen man who owned thoaa bouc. diii got a Through Blooping Car emptying 30 or 10 musket cartridges into suing boata of tho mutineers came in alght. sale at M. L. Bourne's. reporter came back with hla report he the WHY WILL YOU cough when Bhlloh's Cure O. II. WADDLE From CiBcluttlto3t. Louis. name of eome of a bag we could get one charge for a gun, Aa they approached, pouring in volleys at will glre Immediate relleir Price 10c, tOo and 81. naw that it contained the Is a Candidate for Commonwealth'! Attorney of member, and ateward. of and that is the way we answered their can- clofo range, the wretched fugitives were For Bile by M. L. Bouroe. TVT Is the only line running PIS onrdeacon. and Oit Dlrr:ct, tubject to tha aclion'.of X UB O Xr dythrough from Loulavllle SIIILOU'3 CATAIIKU ItEMEDY- -a poslttTO the Sth Judicial parly. andsudgea, and he aald. 1 nonading aa best we could. Once they con soon a writhing mass of wounded and tbo Democratic to St. Louis, all other routes being aud Cincinnati the church for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. made up of a combination of small roads. afraid." Brethren, directed a sort of tower of timber and cot ing. All who were able sprang Into the cure can't public that; I'm For tale at M. L. Bourne's. ecare ton bags to a great height, from which they river, where they were cither drowned or JOHN S. TAN WINKLE The Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial you can rcara an editor, but you caa't Sleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parlucky shot shot. Only two of that boatload escaped Bucklen's flrnica Salve. to trlMal'3 out of echool noured an inceu.int fir;, but a a Candidate lor Circuit Jiulgo of the 8th Disrs lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach- - . . me. I'm Kilns The best Silro In tho world lor Cuts. Bruises trict, subject to the Primary election tt tho ea on all trains. brother, frcm our heaviest gun, chirked heavily even for a time. Jones was In the boat I'm here. I will I I.do It, while Bores, Salt Hheutu, Kover Sores, Tetter, Chapped pirty to bo held tnu 1st Saturday In March, Direct and closo connections are made In UNION to your with old chain, brought it tumbling to the aaoad, at tho eteerirg oar. Churcher was Hands, Ckllblalns, Cornt and allBkln Eruptions, 18J0. DEPOTS with diverging lines by theO. A M. nolbecaune I may bringahame Hallway, thus avoiding troblesome transground. They didn't reconstruct It." in charge of the one that went on the bank. and positively cures Piles, or no pay ret ulred. I, check, or to paint your'towa blacker, but I fers by other routes. We baited on a round bastion, near the In the horrible confusion he wrenched nn U guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money Wo College, TbeOhio A Mlsilsstppl Railway li the only Una bocaUBe I want to sate tinner. Female Jo it ita fastenings, and struck out for refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For ealo. by the the between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts cn't put our anon around Cincinnati and centre Inoiwhich long slJe offort Is psrellelo oar from under one management, running all lis STANFORD. KY., diving as often as he Tenny A McAllstcr. Futtehgurh built. gram tho trains through solid and in consequence a. we am , bring her to Clod an loop. Is recognized First-ClaRoute be What Can Be Done ? fired at whenover hia head came PRKS. and ALEX. S. PAXTON nd "Jouea and I were stationed here. Only could, aud . tween those Cities. .. down wllh lurd houc By trying again and keeping up courage many It'a two could be spared for the place. Wc to tho surface. Ho would dart his oar Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for 'gamblinx hell. We can not do It. things seemingly Impossible may be attained. The Second Term of tha present session will be- lull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars as far as he could send it and t,hen from Sam Jonc had about .10 loaded muskets, haudlly impodble.-Eitr- act Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver gin Feb. 1st, 1650. LocatUu pleasant; discipline or any desired Information, or write to Happily he had diveated Complaint bare been cured by Electric Hitters, kind but firm; instruction thorough. Pupils l P.OBT. II. FOR1IAN, to repel assault, at each bastiou. dive after it. placed any time. Sond fr,$lrcular. Cincinnati Hermon. Trav. Psss. Ag't 0. A M. R'y, Somerset. Ky. get the after every thing else had been tried In vain. So eclvedat W. fl.SHATTUU, W. M. PEABODY. Same of the officers hid their sp:rting himself of his clothing in trying to la Gen. Pass. Ag't, . Pres. andUen'IMsn'gr, large towel don't think there It no cure fir you, but try Elec The Insincerity of Senator Kdraunda rifles with which they did effective service boat cleu-- and only bad a Cincinnati, u. a tric Bitters. There Is no mcdlolnoso safe, to pure shown by h!a awirtlon that "wheneter around his loins, to Impede hia action( and and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters Rent. Room In picking nil' the enemy, but for the most niijorlty ol the women of th United Htnlee, being an expert swimmer he made rapid will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of aullrage, part, we only hadjthe regulation muskets, The Urge and demnble Store Rnomln Tiik or of any 8tate, desired to have the guarding this bastion, progress down stream, aa soon as he got the Kidneys. Invaluable in affections ofStomach of that Jones and I were Joubnal bulluiug, irontlug on Main st. orercome all Urinary Difficulties. they would baye his vote In favor well into the current. Here he fell in with and Liver, and we knew the Sepoys were mining, but vn Large Bottles only SO cents a bottle at Penny A it lor rent. Apply to our wives, aiiter. and deire. .Whenever Major Robertson, supporting himself aho McAllater. ir, P. H'.i J.TO.V, Stanford, they didn't know where. We had no force to a , aweathearta come to believe that countermine, and were too few to make a with an oar, sorely wounded having a Excitement in Texas. could better serve society and themselves sally to find out anything, About 3 o'clock hip bone shattered by a muaket ball. & Nashville-It- . R Louisville Great excitement has been earned In the vicini going into BUILDERS ATTENTION by exerclalng the auOrage and CONTINPED MEXT ISflnB ty of Parts, Texst, by the remarkable recovery if -- TUB GREAT- one moruing their first mine went off, blow-loconfining We are uow prepuud to furulsh all kinds ol lumCorley, who was so helpless he could not the political fild tnaiead of one side of this bastion up. Jonea and One of the Judges of the Supreme Court Mr. J. E. mills. the rough t...m.W! to the field In which tbey are turn in bed, or raise his head; ex cry body said he ber In constantly on sr.l t"ot' for planingceiling, THROUGH Keep hand urewd flooring, happened to be traveling in Eng was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. should have hia ftid I taw them massed in the ditch for a rush. of Texas doors, sU, bliadi, moulding now employed, theT The place waa black with them. All we land. In London he made the acquaintTO TH King's New Discovery was sent blm. Finding re- Ac, at lowest prices. in attaining their object." BHMGIIT AZMETCALF. most intelligent lawyers lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr. SUlt all exlata could do waa to fire into them like a flock ance of one of the Now these preclw conditions Texas Klna'iKew Life P11U, and by tba time be had They of birds, as fast aa we could pick up mus- of that city. After the man from takes two boxes of Pills and two boxes ot the Dis in the case of the women of Utah. kets and pull triggers. We couldn't miss had answered several questions, the Englu fleeh thir not only desire the suffrage, batBlooatn.nl. them, and as their men began to fall at ev lishman asked: "Where do you reside?" covery he was well and had gained Great DiscovVITU x pounds. Trial bottles ot this ftierciM It. They hT6 done bo .tt "And what is your occupa- ery for Consumption free at Penny & McAUstcr's. Pullman Palace Sleepers. And the fact ery shot they seemed to get frightened. "In Texas." for aboui aeventeen ' I am one of the Supreme Court The most popolar Wiekly newspaper devoted generally as the men la They hesitated to make the rush, fearing a tion?" to seltnc. taechaalct, flgi jwin. dweovsrios. In Positive Cure for Piles. that they vote aa a great deal jLeuLftvUIe vention apa rsuni j ever pn Djisaea. i.Ttrj numEdmonds now hot reception. Then our Utile band came Judges." '0, yes; I've read To the peopled this county we would say that Tbls ber .IllattraUd with plendid enmvfass, the aofe reaaon why Senator name is Lynch, Is It we bava been given the Agency of Dr. Harchlsl'e to Nashville, running to the assailed bastion. The rat. about you. Your ibltencrclopedle publication roroluiM a most power.-Wow- an'e the of information which no person tiould b without. MeBspkls eadeAvora to deprive them of Tha popular!!; of. the Hojumjio Auxaicaa is tie of our musketry increased and it ended not?" Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed such tnat It circulation iirlr ouabthat oi an AllauU, Journal. AST nm f of in the would be storming party running wtwr Hopeful for the coming of men and wo- to cure or money refunded Internal, External, other paper of Its rlv combined, price, f 3.33 a A.ft. A Mir. Ultoount to Clubs, Sold br all newadeater. Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. people think away, leaving their dead and wounded be men: "Very few ealesladlea marry MUNM A CO., Publisher. No. XlBroadwar, N. Y. liiuieRock. II is eald that abort-neck- ed For sale by Penny A McAlIster, Druggists. a ton fc I MB Mann Co. bin The poor wretches who reporta an observant newspa Mobile (Mid New Orleans. quickly. Long necked people are hind them. J.eJhsdTWrt; feN I and act Klartt veers' from the couldn't crawl or rua away, made salaams per gentleman. Thank heayen for thatl Daughters, Wires and Mothers. prutles be (ore glow. The distance of the head tho Patent Office and have prepared We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlst's Only one change to points in doubtless haa something to do to us, aa a tokett of rorteaaer and a peti- We have seen so much of ths saleslady and more than One Hundred. Thouvital centre Female Uemody, t cure Female Disshort-neck- , tion not to shoot at them again aa they lay salwgentlemen, alias the gentleman clerk, a and sppilcatlon lor rmrni in ino In an emergency the nited and fnnlrn eountrie. with this. eases, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and Trills-Mir1,'nuii. butev When there in the ditch. this Christmas that we fervently hope that Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing .Assignments, and ill other. paper for ed man maki a good leader. ue am cieu dj iwearlD to inventor thir risuu in the We walked on and came to the corner the next feneration may not planning the long. down fulling, Irregularities, .Barronnest, Change ol is Hire for plottln and umieu outet. Uacatli. togunu, rim, Llfe.Louchorrhcea, bosldet many weaknessesiprlng-ln- g Oermanr and other foreigu countries, prebaallon. A shade of sadneea came on my them. la pared at thort notlo and on returnable term. Becked man from tho above, like Headache, Bloating, SpiInformation m Uobtslnlng-patentof thlt road will receive companions face. ITe continued: The Stanford IiiREmou JounNAL speaks of Seeking homes on the line rates. without charge. special nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervoui Debility, lufjimIlon .euv tree. I'aUnw obtained "Poor Capt. Tucker was killed right of "the seveveral alleged statesmen at Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For talo by Drugof the fig. almond ere ruliceu iniueacieuiino Ihrou zliMi'sn A careful iuspoctlon mil nitlco li tirt'so Agents of thf Comrany for rates, routes The iNTEIUOn JOURNAL gists. Prices II and SI 50 per bottle. 8end to Dr. Amen irvo. 1 n jO' here. lie had a splendid double barreled LVmiLfarL" i a. r wr t nhTH u- - in Wwt l'.oriua isw ...i HacrlleKious. fOwensbore J. B. Marchltl, UiIm, K. Y,, for rraphlt, free. i.' i 4.iUP.K, O. P.AT.A., rifle and waa a dead shot with it. But m should not be eo anv lrl'T from tho rrcfint c."ld S Louisville, Ky. Drug;t4ts. tosho ij I Fur sole riv I'cuu; a a.. blister, Ut M axhiilCAK, 'M liroadway. New York. to see tho effect of rnj Messenger. t. hl; t, LUMBER! h' h I. ttaMp(thhlmI f amu-nltto- m J. .t.li.I Grand Combination J'rHffn Weekly Aft-ratl- tub-ec- al, (n J. al fa SHU fit. mid-tiitf- c.rd-player- J. lu poor-hous- A SOLIDTRAIN bn - O. & M. k shot-other- wise n.l. J, il. Dem-ocrtt- lc Stanford mid-curreu- t, ss har-room- a far-war- d -- ISu-S- Store For 7S-- tf L. & N. g I TRUNK LINE woather-boardlo- g, ty-si- .-- y" nini Al w k. CODJ-rlllu.n IUnd-bpok inm-ieo- SOUTH & WEST ," Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS n. . - . h-- .in , I 1 Stanford, Ky., January be crszy, brutally murdered Mr. Graves, Mrs. Belle Suddeth and Mr. Andrew in Henderson county, lie said Ihe .Lord w. P. WALTON. J. Scott were mnrried iat Thursday even told him to do so because the would not Ing at tho bride's, residence, Rsv. R.,R I pray. West officiating. of the House tj The failure growing of cattle haa been perfected to the The stockholders of the E., L. & U Bt ferry Unnisp, a gentleman oi color, billlo cquallzi tho number of peremptory highest point. The spread of the disease Rallroad Company have decided to lease stole an empty barrel from Mr. K. C. Brad jury challenge in criminal esses, shows would ruin this vasl Interest and when so that road and all the property belonging ley last Thursday evening. He was fined that nothing in the nature of reforms, may small amount will now drive it from Ken thereto to tho Newport News & Missiesippi $10 In the Police court Friday morning. re-ceiv- 'd be expected of a body of men, the majority tucky, he appealed to ihe Senate to grant Kallroad Company. Ferry Co , played at the Tho Fogg's of whom paw fur Uvtyeia and are dcpen this only appropriation asked by the farm E'ght years ago Mr. Blaine made a hall Thursday evening to a small audience. dent for their mpport upon their success in era, who uomurmuringly contribute to the acquitting the men, whose deeda sake many other appropriations voted by the speech in the United States Sepate in favor Miss Bailie Price, as "Chip," was quite Kentucky a hiss and a by word for Border Legislature. The Senator is one of the of silver money and against a single gold good, but her support was not what it and other atartling crimes. The bill was most sensible and solid men of his section standard. His attitude appears to be the should have been. Fogg's Ferry is almost as much of a chestnut as Uncle Tom's originally introduced by Mr. Bobbitt to and that he is held in high esteem by the same now that ic was then. Mw.W.a. Erdwnlow, widow of the Cabin any way and ought to be let up on make the challenges 10 each for the Com- body in which he serves, is shown by the late parson, editor, Governor and Senator, awhile. monwealth and the defendant, but it waa large vote by which the bill passed. is still living at an advanced aged, but in Col. B. M. Burdetl is expected home 12 fixed the number. The amended and Wives seom to be a drug on the market good health In the Brownlow homestead from Florida He has ben there ! discussion occupied three days, during for two months past in the interest of his which a tcore of jack leg lawyers made in the West. An Ohio man sold his for in Kaoxville, Tena. The Louisville Commercial says three orange grove. A letter from mm a lew the same epoechee they would hate gotten five cents and now coses aa Illinois jury off in a murder trial before a jury. The with an award of only $1.30 against a rati sen were shot do id in a fight in Manchester, days since conveyed the welcome intelli newspapers were tale i to task for foreign road company to heal the widower's broken Ky., over a game of cards which was to gence that during tbe recent ing against crime and the faulty laws heart at the loss of his spouse. On the decide which ef them should bask in the in which so many groves were injured, his escaped without injury. which permit it to go unwhipped of justice other hand in the Eist where women are smiles of one of the women. A shipment of 15 car loads of silk The February term of the Garrard tad for a time it seemed that the editors much more plentiful they are valued all were on trial, before a jury of regular the higher. A New York girl got $2,000 valued at $1,000,000, Is on its way from Circuit Court convened Monday morning, shysters. On the final vote the bill was for the lo?s of three fingers in an accident San Francisco to the Eut. Tbe silk is di- his honor, Judge Owsley, 'presiding. The rejected 40 to 50. Mr. Owens, of Scott, and a Brooklyn girl, who lost a shapely rect from China, and is being transported juries were impaneled and received full in structions from Judge Owsley. Mr. H. C. was an especial champion of the bill and leg was given $20,000 by a sympathizing on fast freight time. The report of the Fortification Board Kauffman is acting as Commonwealth's made a strong and intnawerable argument JoJ. against allowing a law, which virtually Tub Catlettebarg Democrat sensibly re is to the effect that It will require $126 Attorney lu the absence of R. C. Warren, gives a criminal the right to pack a jury in marks: "With Carlisle in the Chair, Gov 000,000 to establish our coast defenses, of who was detained at home by illness. Vis his case, to longer remain on the statute ernor is the recognlzjd leader of the Ken which the present Congress is asked to ap- Iting attorneys: Hon. J. S. Van Winkle, of Danville; W. O. Hansford, Crab Orchard; books. At present the Commonwealth is tucky delegation on the floor of Congress, propriate $21,000,000. The moat valuable psstsgo stamp J. M. Philips and Jaa. B. Paxtoa, Stanford; the mercy of a law breaker in the ques- and he is a safe man to follow. The feel-is- ;; at tion of a jury. She bw only five ch&Uea is growing among the people of the known to collectors is said to be one idsusd Geo. Denny, Jr., Lexington, and T. Z. Morget, while the defendant with bis 20 can State that McCreary is the proper saa to by the postsattar of Brattlsboro, Vt, in row, Somerset. 1847, which was suppressed alter a few get rid of nearly the entire standing jury, succeed Mr. Beck in the Senate." Th of Fboot BrrrKt Fin weeks. A specimen is now worth six or which has been selected because of its com gers and Tors. Dr. Lapatin advises that THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. eight hundred dollars. petency and fitness to try cases, and select fingers and toes which have been slightly Seven brothers, named Arnold, living a jury of the bystanders, many of whom The House has passed a bill to incorfrostbitten, and which subsequently suffer have been standing by for the very purpose porate a Widows' and Orphans' Home of in Hickory county, Mo., were taken la a from burning, itching and pricking sensabody to an asylum for the insane at Jack of getting a chance to acquit the defendant, the Christian church. tions, should be painted, at first once, and sonville, III., Saturday. They made the Testimonials from some of our beat Lincoln or else do the next best thing for him Mr. Bobbitt haa pretested a petition afterward twice a day, with a mixture of acquisition of money their only object in county farmers in our powoiion. hang the jury. We would like to know from citizens of Crab Orchard in reference to dilute nitric acid and pepperraent water in life, and investing and losing their wealth what earthly advantage can accrue to the the old Seminary in that locality. equal proportions. After this application CHILLED PLOWS. Commonweilth by the passage of Mr. A bill has been presented in the House In a mythical silver mine in Nevada, their hss been made for three or four days, the minds soon went the way their money did. No. 2 South Bend Thompson's bill to prevent intelligence be to prevent coal sine companies from paycut $7 50 skin becomes darkened and tbe epidermis General McCIellan's private papers are ing a bar to jury service, when a murderer ing their hands in merchandise checks. i No. 8 ii is shed, healthy skin appearing under It, CO can prevent 20 good men from serying in Senator Caudili wants to mak a new said to contain a dispatch he sent from The cure effected in from ten to fourteen ii No. 4 22 " " 00 Washington to Halleck, at St. Louis, ask- his case, without giving any reason what judicial district out of Breathitt, Johnson, days. The author haa found this plan very i No. 10 ' 22 10 00 ing "Where Is Grant?" meaning what is the ever. Poor old Kentucky I There is no Clay, Letcher, Martin, Perry, Pike and effectual among soldiers, who were unable nausea re- to position of Uranl's army? STEEL PLOWS. Lope of reforms from the present law mak Floyd counties. wear their baota in consequence of bavThe House concurred in a Senate res- plied: "In answer to your question I would ins had frozen feet. They were, in this ere, who seem impressed with the idea that No. 3 Hamilton Clipper, cut... 8 9 00 n criminal should have all the rights and olution providing for an inquiry into tho say Grant is somewhere in the rear of his way, soon rendered capable of returning to No. 3 11 McClellaa did not put ... o :,o army drank." charges of cruelty to convicts working In society that he has outraged, none. duty. fBritish Medical Journal. No. 4 Hamilton, with Bow Centre these dispatches on file in tbe war deL. 10 50 the mines under charge of lessees. The Louisville Titxes created somewhat Wbsn the Georgia correspondent fails to No. 5 Hamilton, Ceutro Draft, 12-in- . The bill to prohibit the playing of part aunt files. cut 11 00 of a sensation Saturday by publishing a show up with a romance is became the baieball on Sunday waa passed by the Sen Furat & Bradley Sulky Plows, best ou Obtain a Patent On It. effect that State Geologist dispatch to the Can't wires are not working. The latest comes ate. Jefferson, Campbell, Henderson and earth (To Use. Editor of lbs Interior Journal. 38 00 Procter had skipped with all the State from Logans'llle, and may furnish a plan Union counties were exempted from tbe discussing the silver ot escape for some less original and enterThe Courier-Journfunds in his possession. None of the Respectfully, provisions of the bill. question says: "Let us haye some ideas friends of the gentleman believed the quandary. Mire A bill has passed tbe Senate which that are not threadbare, or let us drop the prising belle iu a like but they were much gratified to see it provides Nash havinc one or more loveis than for night common schools in cities subject. There is one issue involved to flatly contradicted in Sunday's Courier-Journshe could marry, and being unable to deof the State having a population of 20,000 which no allusion has yet been made by and his absence explained. He set tbe same hour to or over. Pupils over the school age and any speaker in the House or Senate, which cide between tbe two, has gone to London with the full knowlmarry both, not letting either know of her under 40 may be admitted. we make bold to say, will ultimately be edge and consent of Gov. Knott, to urge other. The two The Law and Order Club of Louisville come an absorbing topic of controversy. arrangement with the a body of English capitalists to invest in the Ordiaary's office in quest men met at (he development of certain sections of the wants the Legislature to make the keep- The relations of silver bullion to grain, of license, and at once realized tbe situaing of a gambling house a felony and cotton and other leaders of the produce State and to turn the attention of a desirawaa a race on horseback for the body owes it to tbe good of society trade of England and the continent with tion. There ble class of emigrants to tbe advantages the home of the girl, and the last man was to do so. That the Legislature may know India and the Eist this Is to day the afforded them by Kentucky as a place of -the public sentiment on the question, tbe question of most practical and general in- left. Louisville Times. permanent residence. Club suggests that a petition be gotten up terest to this country." A little more than two months ago Miss 'The Louisville Commercial wants tbe in each community requesting its represenLillle May Gray and Mr. Wm. T. Mc Before the C J. proceeds to take out a Legislature to investigate Tom Henry, the tative to use his efforts in favor of the law. patent for this discovery, we big leave to Grath, of this city, were married without DKALKItH IV drunken Clerk of the Court of Appeals, xjr, m. 1j. uourne nas prepared sucn a pe- file a caveat for tbe benefit of at least two parental consent. There was considerable DrngH, Wall Paper, WIiich. who has farmed the office out and only tition and asks all who wish to further the Mimical distinguished gentlemen vho have partici- stir, a writ of habeas corpus, and then, be Chemical, comes from his mountain home once in good cauee to call and sign it, PaImim, pated in the discussion Senators Coke and fore the young conple really knew whether NlHtionrry, 'lg;nr. Pocket three months to draw his par! of tbe pay, Oils, Nohpk, Maxey. Mr. Coke referring to this point tbev were married or not, a speedy divorce TobHecM, Cutlery, VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. We beard Tom Henry make bis plaintive Yesterday tbe young people Perfumery, followed. Flro AriHM. in his speech delivered on the 14th inst. Much In appeal before bis election to be given one An explosion in a coal mine at New said: "Shall we close the Eogtish market crossed over to Albany and applied for a and Optical Goods icprirtment U In 0ar,J,f1rc,7 more chance and his promise to henceforth burg, W. Va., buried 37 men aliye. Thos. Islchardi, who will Hepalr to Western wheat and the lower grades of license to wed, whijh was refused. Nothand Clock9 pVoraptly I abstain from intoxicating drink, and while Jack Gross, a dive keeper, shot John Southern cotton by so degrading and ing daunted, they went to Corydon, procurwe never put much confidence in a drunk Hughes to death Sunday morning in Louis- cheapening silver that England may get it ed the needed license and were the second sras promises oi reiormation, we were ville. time married. Here's to them and their A young society man at Nashville has on her own terms, to send to India to buy with the number who would give him a up India wheat and India cotton, and family; may they live long and prosper. been sent to the penitentiary three years show. But his subsequent actions have thereby be enabled to pay the heavier cost Courier-Journa- l. for larceny. proved him unworthy and unfit or his ofA pretty little girl, only three yeais old, Thos. Jefferson and W. A. Warner, of transportation from India, which alone fice and his retention is a disgrace. two old and respected citizens of Louisville, gives us now the English market?" In his attracted tbe attention of pasengers in a speech on tbe same question made also on New York ttain from this city the other J. Roland Day, whom all the editors died Sanday. Maxey used the fol- day, and fioally one gentleman succeeded who attended the Hophinsville convention e Tbe county at Jackson, the 14th inst., Senator "Tbe wheat planter in getting her upon bis knees. "Where will remember ai one of the bangers on and Mich., burned and with it five aged and lowing language: knows as well as anybody that there has are you going sissy?" he inquired. a very plausible dead beat, hai just gotten sorely afflicted paupers. ''I'm been in the last few years an amazing e out of the at Washington. The L A N. is doing such a great doin' t ) Hartford," said the little child: ad- in the production of wheat in the ding eajerly, "I've dot on a new pair of whither he was cent for drunkenness. He freight business that it is crowded for cars British India possessions. He knows of the flannel drawers. Did yon ever have a pair of Waa in the city in search of an office and to handle it with dispatch. Year.-Tlctorl- oni had seduced the Kentucky delegation into The Harrodsbnrg Democrat reports the vai't and populous country of the cheapest flannel drawers?" Further inquhies were OTer 100,000 Sold In Every Field Conlcst. labor in the country has been penetra td signing his petition for one when the hu- deaths of Thorns J. Polk and George . . .... everybody .V.A..M .. Pantrtrtf .4 Piaiuw V.i H by means of British capital from tbe shore smothered in the laughter of " mswimr .. iZZZ.Z'.nC,.l'?f".r'"'X?":??-m.u'ila,-a Plow. w,,,,. ,v. ... war in nod or mt,l-- cum! ui km. . wm uo nrii-fimiliating disclosure was made. Day is a Alsop, both of consumption. t"."jy :... "7. Harlfort Times. within hearing. oug Mly Cbll d, hare no .oft inou la tbrm tod will our ? ri ....r.".?'": ft""" inr M to the interior with railways, and as a conbrother of Rev. H. A. M. Hender3 fie HeiTjeit coil or mil (.bit can ccuuuIsMod It will batntlrtlr nmanri iTJ Dorman B, Fatoo, the republican hf,Li alaaU " "Don't you want to go to tbe better Tbs Oliver" Is IboroujUIr rcolra Jrafl Plaw. has run up sequence wheat exportation son. member ot the Commission, from a mere trifle to about 40,000,000 bush- world, Tommy?" asked the Sunday school tb. pressor, found oa all ,trafKbt plow.. Th. Oli-- ,, ChSVlffi b.. hnodrHi of ll.IS7 "lih has resigned, to take effect March 9. anVi1. Oun exchange list bai grown to be such "Va mum " !.. f Liverpool Ex Senator 8woope, of the Owensboro els per annum, competing in the an expensive luxury that we will bs forced market with our Western wheat, and he promptly replied the frank little fellow, ' L ' " "", "una i.insiiug record n.r uni in justice to ourselves to apply the pruning district, was killed in a drunken row at knows that the 250,000.000 people of India "And why not, Tommy?" "Oh, when I Flow. Try them and be convinced, W, II . knife, so if some who are now getting this Curdsville Saturday, with an t s fat 11 a ftftfi wait " are silver using people, that silver is their J! r The youth, Vernon, who shot himself paper, should fall hereafter to do so they ana tnat the more "Well, my boy you can rest there." "Well, In the region of the heart with suicidal in- sole standard of value, will know the reason, which is not that we we'-fla silver they can get for their wheat the in that song we sunt.', ' gn'ne do noUppreciate their esteemed favors, but tent, at Louisville, will get well, we regret greater the stimulons to produce wheat. there." "Certainly don't you want to to say. because we can not a fiord to continue sendMrs. fl. M Gravener, of Covington, The same is true of low grade cotton. shine there?" "No, mum, I don't want to ing two papers a week to those weeklies, deranged by grief at the death of a Hence It is not strange that England, which shine there. I get enough of that here. I'm which from their location, are not absolute- daughter, drowned herself and babe In a controls this great business, should ieek to a bootblack, mum." DIALItl IB- ly necessary for us. cistern. make silver cheap, but it is passing strange It Is safe to say that no farmer who Fifteen passengers were wounded and that an American should in hii blind takes and The Capital prints a gcoi likeness of our retds hii county paper becomes Drugs, Books, Stationery and (Senator, hut gels his name Maj. Ferdinand one killed outright by a railroad accident folly play into the hand of England. It the Tlctim of swindlers. He is always on i aiiuj ii uuioa. near Albiny, Mo. A broken rati caused is passing strange that the same men who the alert for them, and when approached, W, Ricney. In this eecjion "D" has alprofess such love for the laborer, who man- enmnilarily dismisses them with a blunt Pbyilclsn.' prttcrlpiloni aicurtlj wmpounded ways occupied the place that the "W" does the disaster. AIo Anew xorkjury gave a man in the ufactures, should turn n deaf ear to the la refusal to invent in any such scheme as in the new version. We also notice that his collar is worn in the regulation manner employ of .Mrs. A. T. StewarUdamagea to borer who delves In the eilyer mines, and to they may present. All of which goes to the extent of $42,600 because hegot hurt tbe farmer who products the' two leading and ngt as that "dude" described, prove that every one could help support a x bnherfarmT exports of this country, wheat and cotton." home paper The Largest Stock of Watches, Gloria, The total receipts of the New York Mb. C. C. Moore's BlucOrwa Blade, the These deliverances of the Senators may jewelry and Silverware An extraordinary accident occurred in new Lexington weekly, is characteristic of poitoffico last year wcro $1,311355 06, the not bo so puwerful as tboeo of the OJ., but A young gentleman, Ever bought to thli market Prlcw Lowr than it. editor, bright, spicy and breezy. The total expenditures $1,548,86047, giving a we must insist that it is hardly fair to say Yoakers last week. tbsltownt. WatcbM. Clock, and Jewelry Reinst in fun, pointed and snapped nn uneditorials are written in the first person, net revenue of $2,785,470.49. paired on boit nottco ana Warranted. that they contain "cu allusion" to tho sub and the weap loaded revolver at ntumtj- m.inaw Z. M. Lawrence, of Misalsiippi, Chief singular, and some of them are very sin jct of trade between England and India on did not go nil. his fiinc, the Grst time This Is of Diision in tbe office of ControMerDur. Rula?." THE Y and its relation to the value of silver and this has orenrred since the war. BTANlCOHD, KY. Mr Cleveland has ande am ther efijrt ham. of the Treasury DsparlmenV, died to the interest of Americans. But the C suddenly in Washington Fxjday. jcKaJaVAaTuS-MV- T we should adopt "a to fill thepnMlion of assistant treasurer at J'k conclusion that W. WALTON, Another bllmrd in the Northwest ha policy to breik down tbe value of silver, A Student of the Dime Novel 'Come V. New York 1; appointing Mr Caarlei J CHi T caused many ueathn and cre't suflerintr. so tnat even now. Bertie, k'm yuur little sister and make Hvil 31 ' H Canda, who, if lie is of the molasses varieit, in or ladla would i.rut...hcd L il Mst At Winnipeg the mercury wsh down to 41 ty will stick where he is placed. der to cecii re the acceptance by EjuIaiuI up with her," aid mama to her below and at Fort AsInboine 49. I the Pawnee Chief low "Whi w hereafurof the bimaUllic xy'tem, THO II01.LAIIN PER YIUR. The President know a good man when -- Henry M. Stanley Ins been made man freely admit, altogether itsowo, and some- low to pale face Cry IUbj? Mather, ynii and coustq tently hat appointed sger of the proposed lice of railway In the it sees him thing which its abaolnte and exclusive ask too mud." - TiJ Bits our Congressman, II.) a James B. McCrea-rr- , Congo country, and the Government of ihit .'.ccording to Ihs Klate arxeMment in right to have, bold, uso and enjoj, will not Commlnsioners of S'sls has anked h.m to renew hU contract as one f ihe A-' 01' Alt, CMSiltl hw o' tb live stock in tie be nv sincere advocate of bi Texas, the m its agent. the Philadelphia mint metallic money. J. B. J Stale tt ii vvv.mk. Neatly and Cheaply Owe of the best considered as well tu the best delivered speeches that has so far been made in the Senale was "that of Senator Harris, of Madison county, on, tho pleuro20, 1880 pneumonia bill, which appropriates $5 090 for the purpose of enforcing the law for tub vx upatiou of the fearful disease. The cattle interest in the State is worth fully $20,000,000, he said, and the breeding and pass '.he It is the conclusion of the Invalid sion Committee ,,tial the pending ln Widows' pay. M-EpS 9ARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ,v I i'!-r"Tsri ,, penBtOB mentaabjut$tJ,000,OOOaBnuaUrr A icumua uui, nui iiicreaee I c, drop some perfume on ray Calvin Simpson, n negro who claims to Wednesday night " Lancaicr,t tsr . little joke: "I'clnnsmoa 'spada-lall' Mi F l coat THf jrJ FLU mrniii'ct TV & M i I Art, ...' 4 o 0 cokl-wave, PLOWS PLOWS! of We have just alarge invoice of very best brands 0 0 . Q u to-d- ay. PLO WS Including the Celebrated South Bend Chilled Plows and the old reliable Hamilton Clipper Steel. Look at our prices and compare them. Every Plow N Q ffi- - xr H wmm&wmm 10-inc- h IQ 0) 1 H ! jj 10-inc- I al H t, Oc-tav- ia BJRMGIIT fc METO-LIT- . M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Opera House Block, nmmim Stanford, Ky.v ChaS.! l?tt?Srt poor-hous- work-hous- in-la- w .. It ti. ." f Civil-servi- ce I. f&ASkV1 Penny & M' AN, or-PHARMACISTS, -' S!CTflB JEWELERS. ' Vi '"" i - SEMI-WEEKL- Ex-cSm- P. r)ct aaaaaaaaaH-Vtsl- i. .CTfjsfcaMlMl Interior Journal sMll evTuen, , Pro ,, mv "VV03R.I3L Exacted. -d n 1L !JaPTmmmMBpaMaa Seii-33Icckly V Quarterly court beusn this, Monday, morning with 12 appearances. Mr. W. A. Scoggins and Miss Mattie January 20, 1880 also a lot of chair, stool", thread cases, Ac. Stanford, KyM Blacketer, obtained marriage license on the - A Lytls. Hidden 23J inst. B. cvfAljTOtlrfrjhrtnea Manager. , Fon Bait., - One bed room set, wwdrobe Mr. Joseph Coffey started to Wayne ttud room furniture. GoIdr West. En count this morning to attend tbe funeral AM, LOCAL TIMfiCARD. F, J. Curran. 1. . quire of " 1 of his sister, Mies Belli a Co (Toy, who died 'VSA . w. tram rvro-- i pviiuhwimh! Tjik Rink Mill reaume iti away at the yesterday. ?iu .11 is r, m. South .......... 1 Si At M, Opera Houre next Friday night, with a K iprMlUtlu" A representative of D. H. Carpenter A Boulh " NOfllMlHMMMHMMttMIN 3 06 A. M. fine mti'ical programme. Co , of Mt. Sterling, is opening a stock of Bolsr dry goods in Dr. Geo. Cowan's atore room, I AM opening the I urgent and boot aa tat li About M rolnutst MM. opposite tho Clemens Hon. sorted line of wall papr erer brought to The funeral of Mr. George H. Aleop, LOCAL NOTICES. SUnford. Call and see it. B. K. Wea- T of Harrodsburg, took plsce here on Friday. But yonr school books from Penny A rea. He had been a delicate man for many McAllater. It Ik to eeldom that we find a man hon yeirs. The funeral services were conducted WatOHM and Jewelry repaired on ehort debt by the OJd Fellows. ootios and warranted bf Penny h McAlla-- eat enough to pay an old newe paper that when one does we think be la worthy Boyle Lodge KoighU of Honor on LAND. STOCK AND CROP Boy the Ilaaa Hok Itemed t, bo origi- of the meet honorable mention. Mr. Q. W. Friday night installed thefollowingofficerr: AMcAl- Hay for sale. Apply to H. J. Dant, nal Mid only (jenaine, from Penny Kitls, of Mt. Balem, called in yeeterday and Robert Hann, Dictator; R. S. Nichols, F. R.; " leter." paid ooe about fife years old and we here Stanford. E. H. Fox, Rep.; C. H Talbott, Treasurer; A 00Mri.KTK stock 01 jewelry, latent mules. For Bale. 31 head tyle. Rockford watches a specialty. Pen-n- y by enroll bis name in the Hat of truly bon F. M. Shumate, Sentinel. J. T. Adam, Camp Dick Robinson, Gar A McAlbrter. eat men. Miss Mary McRiberts' art class finishrard. ed several beatiful pictures las', week, fellow Brown, who fleeced the Dan The A W. L has purchased recently PERSONAL Tills OJd Fellows, playtd hla little game about 200 barrels of corn for his distillery, Among them "Woodland Boughs" by Mrs, M. J Farris, "Thirsty Cupid" by Mlfs Em Mibw Iva Smiley Is Utting friends In successfully on the members of the order at $1 40 to $1 75 per bsrrrl, delivered. tatte-ute- r. ma Weisegar, "Listing to the Faries" by log some f 20 la money and his Owen News. here, reed? to Clocln passage, to Jellico. He is a slick tongued Mr II. C. BrtuiUT ha- -, Mr. Solomon Ettes and sin were up Mies Dora Harris, copy of a photograph of nation bo'lots. rascal and la especially liable to take In Friday with a wagoo losd of apples, which herself when an infant by Miss Georgie Mr W. M. Boolr lei ie urned from the unwary. Tbe order ought to take they dispose 1 of at tbe unusually low Eielen and a portrait of Hortense, the little daughter of Mr. Eugene Lee by Miss Mc a business trip to Porkopolls. steps to have him punished. price for this time of the year 50 cents. -- Mh AMD Mm. J B Adams, of LouU-Ttll- e; Lancaster Court. About 30 head Roberts. Death. Uncle Dary Paxton, a good cattle on market, good ones, sold at tickwho hare tees ilsltlnj her parent, Mr. Wta. 4. et clerk at the E. Waters, tbe efficientdepot, and honest old negro as ever lived, died at Cincinnati Southern Mr. aad Mr Thorn. M. Lillard, riturned Several plog horses on market, but none Mr. William Burton's Sunday morning of yeeterday. sold. A good numbtr of mu'ea offered, but has a big boll under his left eye, one on the Mim back of his neck and six more on other Kate WntRRrrr and Mattle gangrene, which set up after the ampula none sold publicly. Crowd good. Pearl Brown, of Lancaster, are here, the tlou of a toe. an operation rendered necea Maj Theodore King.oar English stock portions of his system, yet he remains at former the Rtiest of Mrs. W. M. Bogle, the aary by the application of concentrated lye, raiser, reports that one of hla ewea gave his post and sells tickets at the rate of 3 which the old man used under the belief latter of Mm George H Bmce. birth to a Iamb shout three wV -- rc Gents per mile and bears his sffllctions with all the chsngee at the depot, that It would cure his corns. He suffered and a few days ago to another, He thinks a fortitude equal to that displayed under Wrrrt Mr. W.G.McKlnneyrerssine alone with Intensely for two or three weeks. he baa a fortune In her If she will keep on similar circumstances by the la'e Mr. Job, o' Jerusalem. the other fixture, which Is all the better Southern baa had four as she has started the new year. The Cincinnati Misses Pattle and Harrie Miller, of Richmond Register. for the depot. accidents rtosmly, in which the escape from HALLS OAP, LINCOLN COUNTY. Richmond, who have been visiting Mrs May Fkhhcmk, the little Cjt- - a wholesale slaughter of Its passengers seems Miu to their home on Injton bseuty, -- hi has been ylaltlng Miss miraculous. Each time from two to four Dr. Brown has built himself a nice Robt. Hann, returned Saturday, Fannie, the little daughter of Daisy Burnalde, leases this morning, to tbe poeaenger cars haye been thrown from the office on Main street. B. F. Phillips, Is quite ill. Miss Mai regret of the many friends she baa made track and in one case turned over down an Hunters complain of a scarcity of Mr. Merrill ia taking a course in vocal and induring bar brief sojourn. embankment, yet nobody waa killed. Tbe game in this section since the excessively strumental music at Mis i Hewitt's school Mb. ami Mrs. Framk Harris and Itsl run off eccurred Sunday, when three cold weather. at Nicholaaville. Rev. S. 8. Pentz, late thalr bright little baby boy, Alfred, return- cars were thrown from the track near Wyn B. Paxton, of Stanford, was here J. Chllllootke, O., yesterday. Mrs. dom Station. ed from Friday reminding his friends that the pri rector of Trinity church, is now pleasantly located at Narasota, Texas, where he has a a Harris and the boy bare been abe-The sale of the bonds and stocks of J. mary election la close at band. month ylslting retallies. C. Martin, our wide awake flourishing parish. Mrs. Rebecca Jones, Mr. A. H.Bruca, dee'd, at Lancaster yesterday wa MlM Locy O. Tate has our thanks postofEce of Bt. Louis, will be in town this week. as follows: 110 ehares in National Bank of postmaster, will attach a set of copy of tbe Daughter Lttttr, a neat for a To tht koten of Lincoln Count: Lancaster at $160 to $151; 103 in Danville boxes to his establishment and rent to and very credluble monthly, edited in turn Having been confined to my bed for & Lancaster turnpike, $15 to those who want them. A Dix River hr thi toubz ladies of lbs junior clsse In Gen. John 8. Wil iams says that pleu many weeks, it will be impossible for me $20; Central Kentucky Fair, 1 share, $124; Daughters CoHge. Literature at ra pneumonia is costing Kentucky not leos to visit all tbe yours before the Primary 10 shires First National Bank of Meridian, The nomination of Cipt. Thomas Miss, $120; 1 bond of $100 of Garrard Fe than $50,000 annually, owing to tbe quar rvectior. it has reen rumored that l am IUchards to be postmaster here has been m!r) College, $71; 1 share Stanford & Lan- antines set against tbe State by other States. off the track, but it is not true. I will be confirmed by the Senate and he will likely Mr. John Q Lynn sold a pair of year- a Candidate for the offioe of County Court He caster turnpike, $10. take charge of the office on the ling mules recently for $175. Cyrus M. Clerk until the last hour on the day of tre The Leland Opera Troupe, under the Jones has returned home from atwoweeka' electior, I hope the voters will still con has ranted Jim 0ene property to be nearmanagement of Mr. Giles Shine, presented absence In the South where he has been er his duties. elder my claims and vote for me Respect Mr Georoe R. Hardin resumed hU the new sensation, Miktdo, at the Opera trying to dispose of some stock. fully. Georob 8. Carfentzr. . Friday night, to one the nlcjeit and run on the K C, yesterday, after a long Hou-eSome of our worthy young men rise I Trie ice Korge at Cincinnati fills about confinement with typhoid feter. Mr. M. but pleased audiences we have ever seen very early these mornings so as to be able I eighteen mils of tbe river and during a as mall there. There are a number of fine singers C. Wearen, who took his place to put in more time loafing around country agent, became Tery iffitlent in the duties In the Company and they give the opera stores where they endeavor to show others break Sunday twelve barges of coal, valued and we lrut he will be girtn a permanent in the smooth and easy manner, which be what an unsophisticated old bungler Anan- at $14,000, were sunk. The United States house committee on tokma the mastery of tbe parts. Though ias was at his business. place. invalid pensions has agreed to report favorthe wide- sufleriog from hoaneness, Miss Lillian Law Col, D. G Slauoiitbii, A Mr. Tanner and bis family, who re"Yum-Yam- ." ably a bill extending to January 1, 1888, awake proprietor of Dripping Spring", was rence was a very captivating moved from Junction City to this place called from a business trip to this place last Miss Alice DsEita, both acted and sang her lat fall and who have since occupied Jas. the arrears of pension act. Nearly $3,000 in gold, silver and bank art of ''Nanki'IV in an admirable man- Carter's property, are ill and in an almost bill was found stored in oyster cans, etc , in week by a telegram announcing the sudden "Ko-Ko- " and revere Illness of his wife. Later ln ner, while Mi. J. F. Kearney as destitute condition and it is hoped that an the garret of an eccentric old farmer of is to the eflect that be has great proved himtelf a fine vocalist as well as a appeal they have made for aid will meet Adams county, O., now dead. tellUence moil accomplished comedian. Miss Vic- with a generous response. Geo. W Martin ly improved. toria Barrett's "Katiehw" was exceedingly is recovering from the effects of a severe .1ETT ADVERTiSKVKSTK. LOCAL MATTERS. amusing and her make up excruciatingly kick admlnisttrtd by a vicioui horse some bldeou. He voice is one of tbe best in tbe For Krjrr. Two suite of room. E P. troupe. The other parts were all well pre- time ago. SALE OF BANK STOCK. Owsley. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. sented. The "Flowers that Bloom In the I will offer st puV.ic aalo betora tbe court-bouManaged by Jno. B. Fish. The brat goods in every line can be Spring" and the "TitWlllow" song were doer In Stanford, on MO.N'DAV, FEB. lit, 1S36, rcneaUdlr tncored and many parts of the daughfound at T. R. Walton's. county court day, 15 Shares ot Stock In tbe Farta-e- ra F. H. Reppert has an voclferoualy applauded. Mr. ter and she has been christianed Mary National Bsnk of Stanford. Tbe aalo will be just performance A wo line of Saddlery and Harness made at 11 o'clock a. h. J, A. LYTLE, Shine thought it likely that he would be Stoner. Admlnlitrater of W. M. Ball, dte'd. received. Bright A Metoalf. through this section again in about two A Commtrcial Oatcite reporter has been Excemior weather strips for door and months, when he promised to give us out here looking uptheSIgman case. Look another call. A big audience is guaran- ont out for something great. windows at McRoberle A Stagg's. teed. The case of Wilson vs. the L. A N. Mrs O. 8. Coffey died at Montlcelio Yesterday m.rnlng, railroad company has been reversed by the Convict Cauoiit. el .yiPf? Saturday from the effects of child birth. gives Jeff Hard wick came into town and report- Court of Appeals. This virtually My room will be where the postotfice is ed to Marshal Newland that Brjce Red- him a judgment for same amount. D. N. Williams sold a farm to Steve at present. I will occupy It February 1st. man an escaped convict, waa at Jim Black-erby'" Mia. Kate Dudderar. officer went out and succeeded Prewitt, for two walnut knots. Josh BorThe it was prepar- ing and G. Wash Miller have formed a inbagilnghlagame.juatas our line of plows before buying. The See ing to escape. We attempted to interview partnership in the cobbling business. E biggest stock, best brands and cheaper than A the fellow, but could get nothing out of Nicholson is in charge of Maret, Vowels " anybody. Bright A Metcalf. save that the charges against him Co.'a chair factory. "Nick" ia a first class him, si r(yA vynswt aVaPmmmSTMsNMl?' House for Sale or Rent. W. II. An- were false and that bis name was John in- workman. John Jackson and Lee Collins nKb?5-55-derson's brick cottage on Somerset street. stead of Bryce Rodman. Mr. Blackerby, occupy a part of the Clark atorehouie as a told us that he was watch repairing and barber shop. Possession given at once if desired. R. S. who Is a brother-in-law- , J. C. and Ovie Myeis with their sisters, " sent to tho penitentiary for five years from Lytle. Mlrses Sallle and L M., have rented a resi for stealing horar; that Please don't forget we are headquarters Anderson count? dence in Louisville and will move to that lalnsture'ijown remedy, made from roots gathered Drea-e- d Lumber of all bo escaped and stole another from John D on both Rough and trom tbs forests of Georgia. Tbs msthod by which in this county, but was returned place this week. Bob Thompson, of Gar It la mads was obtained br s from tbe d kinds. Prices lower than any one. Bright Carpenter, county, is visiting relatives at this Creckllndlana whotnhsbtted certain portion of to prison before trial for it. He was work rard A Metcalf. ing at the mines when he escaped the last place. Miss Ella Joplin has returned Georgia, which was communicated to one ol tbe We have riven those indebted to us fair time. Redman ia a individu home from Paint Lick, where she has been early Mttlara, and;thua the formula ha been bandrephave our money and a), with but one eye, dark complexloned, engaged in teaching school. Mire Cleo ed down to the present day. Tbe above cutyears warning. We mutt resents the method of manufacture twenty will proceed to collect atonco by law. Ed about six feet tall and heavy set. His feet Williams will visit friends in Lancaster ago, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of the present proprmlston A Owsley. He was this week. Mr. Geo. Davison, a young at ietor. The demand baa been gradually Increasing and ears are badly laboratory la now ueceaaary to iup-pl- y in jail to await orders from the pris- torney, of Stanford, has taken up his abode until a 1100,000 We asked Mr. D. B. Edmiston to write lodged tbe trade. A foreign demand has been created Last night all doubts were at this place. and enlarged facilities will b necessary to meet It. in from Gallatin what he could find out on authorities by a While In Gallatin, Tenn., last week we This great A Nashville and af- removed as to the identity of the man about the Chesapeake Warden Taylor to the mar- called at the office of the Cheaneake A ter dilllgent inquiry there he says he was dispatch from Vegetable Blood Purifier shal to deliver Redmnn to the manager of Nashville Railroad Company and learned "unable to learn anything that would be . of the road bethat the work on that part Cl'SKJ the Ktnaee Mines. encouraging to the people of Stanford." tween Gallatin and Bcotlaville, Kr was RELIGIOUS. UN By some bad management or willful care progressing very rapidly and would be Cancer, Catarrh, ScroTnla, Eczema, ccrs, Rheumatism, Blood Taint, to the Presbyterilarge quantity of mail matter Of 42 072 additions letenets, a ready for the cars by June of this year. which should reach here by the night trains ans in 1385, 20,778 were from Sunday-schoo- ls. The right of way has bjen secured between Ittredttary or otherwise, without the uie ol Mers.nd be delivered next morning, la carried Work on that cury or Totaih. Gallatin and Nashville. Books on "Contagloui Blood Tolson" and "Blood 8am Small (Old Si) is credited in Atlan- end will soon begin. North of Scottsville by and not returned till the day train from and Skin Blieaica" mailed free. Jelllcn. This is a great annoyance nod ta, G.i , with having paid $1,200 old debts, Cipt. Siyers, of Virginia, Is in charge of a For aale by all drugglits. which U accepted ns evidence not only that corps of engineers, running a few prelimi ought to be (topped. THE SWIFT SPECIFig CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Gs. his preaching i profitable at all events, nary lines, after which that part of tbe N. V. 157 234 St. The promised cold wave did not materi- to himself -- but that his cor. version ia sin' road will be located and let, and will be alize in thii section to a great extent, tbe cere . hurried to completion. Stanford should mercury going only to 10 iove on SaturThe Christum btawiartl, Unclnnatt, not gl re up all her hopes. She may have day. It moJerated conBidernbly during th& glres notico that h volume, "Life, character a chance for the road yet. day and at night a enow fall of two or three and tragic death of Judge Richard Rjid," compuatlve will shortly be 1 taued from that office. The of the Houo Pen Inches carae. Yesterday was The is beautiful, all but her skin ; ly pleaant bnt cloudy. book will contain COO pages -.- Mt. Ster sion Committee agreed to report favnrsbly . on tbe Mexican Pen to the full committee ry ling Sentinel. and nobody has ever told Dui-othe man that says "which?'' RiV. Jacob Creatb, the noted Kcnuisky sion Bill. her how easy it is to put We would urc a time you peak to him. preacher, who, with the great Alexander The Trustees of Greeneburg have reinvective still wcie it polite beauty on the skin. Beauty more forcible Campbell, canvassed this and the surround leased the Chesapeake and Nashville Rail to A si, m greatly are we annoyed by the on the skin is Magnolia in the intereet of the Reforma- road Company for n period of fifteen years Bisides It is all ing States grating interrogation. Balm. tion, and who or;anlred many of the er-- l from the payment of any town taxes on habit with the one who uisea it for he doee ' isiiin Churches in Kentucky, died any property the said company may ae- when he distinctly hanm what you have I quire in that place. said to mm. If nterior SfDmiial MoMwra miltnblojoritigsr-sarln- g tery cheap at T. R? Walton. hsms Kut Pai.E. Fife handsome (how ciees -. Stra Jme, the stoat evangelist and divine, recently disbursed upon newspapers, and remarked, "The mo"tbautl ful sight In the world I to see a family around a cheerful fire, with hed of the family reading his local newspaper, which he has paid for In advance." The meeting at the Presbyterian church has resulted so far in 11 additions, and crowds gather, notwithstanding the bad weather, twice day to listen attentively to Dr. Evans' cloar and forcible presfntatlon of the gospel. Bro. Joe Hopper cond uct the singing and the organ t for the most part dl'Oir'cJ. Three cervlcoa are held dally, preaching at 10:30; prayer meeting at 3 and preaching again at G:i5, and this will continue through the present week, at least. Rv. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT r. I te LQWEB. PRICES. As times are hard and money scarce, I have determined to sell goods this year ON A SMALLER MARGIN 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 plan, I will be enabled to sell Ik wt al Perhaps lk we z. nt Than any one else, quality of goods considered. If you have any doubt of the above, give me atrial and be convinced of its truth. Cor. Main & Somerset Streets, lt. Stanfoed, Ky. H. C. 1 RUPLEY, JJKUCIIAXT TAII.Olt. haye received and atlll receiving -- NEW GOODS FOR FALL &WINTBE Comrrlting tbs belt In tbe market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako 8ocond to Nono in City or Country. ts ita:.. a. Give Me a Trial. n? tPLE -s r. 63-t- d Wall Paper, i wVtr B Furniture, NMiiiliu a. Oases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Swift's Specific hilf-br-r- B, K, WEAKEN, Stanford. For Sae-jf- fte THE LATEST! Between the 20th and tbe last of Ibia month, I will open a bandiome line of ladles' and mlues' cambric and linen underwear, tbe rery beat quality, direct irom New Yrk. Flease do not forget that 1 will also open a handsome line of Millinery Cattle. hard-looki- frost-bitte- April lat. In the next luue I ahall atate where iny room will be. 78-2- m MRS KATE DVD DRRA R. At tbe e. Two pedigreed Jeraey Cowa; two i Jenoy Co we, twoJiJeraey Cows, lour Jersey Cows. Will calro from the 13th of February to the 80th ol March, 18S6. All are extra good milkers and glr-ln- g milk. With calf by Thorndale Boy, who la rrgttttred In the A. M. J. C. G Book. 85-- " J. O. CASPEXTEB. ? THE JjHT ON TAX-PAYEK- S. CAIYI, ! Late of Bererly, W. Va. has remornl to Mt. Vr-no- n and oSera hla seMlces to tbe public. A larue I mnit bare your taxes now. Indu'Knc can no line of Drugs alwaya on hand. No longer be glTsn. I do not with to rtrort to tho arid for disagreeable duty ol levy log for them, to oblige me chargeOffice writing prescrlptlots when filled by me. In jard. Ulroiaeapart and tare yourself costs by settling at once. of your patronage. court-bouts an. Notice t. x... danielh, T. L. 01 tf N. JtEXEFEE, J.Bherifl County. Lincoln DAStEES, Jf, J. WHISKYJFOR SALE. Hundred and Twonty-Fiv- o SS-- NEWCOJIB HOTEIi MT. VERNON, KY. Barrola. Many a Lady n Thlso'd and IToUl It still mainMade by VTt M. Ball, one, two and" three yesre taining Its fine reputation. Cuargoa reasonable. old. Apply at once to Special attention to the trarcllng publlq. Admr. Jf. .1. .u. XEwcojin, Vta'r, $ (tin Ml. Veinon, Ky. I,'TLE, r. Frank Allison, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, STANFORD, KV. Offura lilaterrlcea to the people of 8 anford and Tlclnltr. Lone inerltice and eareful attentionljr oi buiw.Uk ery ttcscrlptlou furntahct nt low rale. J. NEWTON CRAIG. JR., HKSHrSKNTI" as ov-e- n -- aTnt'oIs Miller & felon, Manufacturers of tho Celebrated EAGLE SHIRT, Trr UmHewrhi, -- cnauttu"iav..a. uxni Hew York office, 531 Broadway, wtMJifi and rr -- imff j. i sz: Y. 3 OPERATIONS vw 1 Journal TO A VAS3AR QIRL. A. JL P. COUNTERFEIT MONEY. POSTED. fOm COUGHS AND OMo. Tu3L-5TJL.OrL- A CLASS OF WORKERS. OF PRIVATE NEWSMONGERS IN THE CAPITAL. Gather Information and Sell Private Indirldaata A Mar- -, ' Ket for This Kind of Talent VTIio People . It to, from day to day, and gather Information of various,, kinds and'; tell it t whoever will purchase J.,, TWi olase does Hot Include tba men who eeiu ' a peeiricm llTlnjc' by. eel lectins outaldi Information for the purpose of disposing of It to the nowspapor correspondents for a po unlary consideration, but is a distinct set, whoso interests are to the correspohdeaU Their Information (s for tho private and not for the public ear. Nearly every day a nun with a heavy gray board, usually droased with extreme neatnost,' eron approaching to elegance, come i down street and enters the treasury. He is universally known, but 'there is, probably not one man In 100 In Washington Cor. tkwton Trareler. There it one claw of worker In Walking 'ton who aro present erery where and yet whose calling, while torn times suspocteJ, la never known for an absolute certainty. Such people go through the departments jw Sharp Fractloe. sweet, Coldly denies my ardent suit Hide, bide those lips, for pity's aaksl They tempt the kiss I dare not take. A GENEROUS Turn, turn those eyes, whose dewy light .Spreads tender languoro'er my .soul:, Wcmm orbsV tin reatas; Teepsr brbjhK Through mists of melting softness roll; Ahl turn those eves, for now they dart IUsistloM lightning through my heart. Hide, bide those lips that smiling meet, Vermeil and warm as sunny fruit; Through which thy breath, ambroslcl AN EXPERT'S ACCOUNT OF SOME VERY DANGEROUS IMITATIONS. IO Counterfeit of The "Webster" Head 1875 The "MasskaMtutetts Counter- felts" Dlfrereae Between the Fatso and the Trne Coin. N. V. Man and Express. Happiness results from that true contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may possess It, If you will purify and invigorate your blood with Ayer Sam-parillE. 31. Howard, Newport, N, H., writes i " I suffered for years with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottlei of AVer's Sarssparllla, I a. 's Ustt Wethe un irstcn.l rits notice tint our tlands ro ponlllTelr potted against all either fishing, hunfln for (im or anystilog elie.or trMpuslnj tn Mir war by passing through oar fartm, without special permit, exeept vlslUsg or oa buslosas with usoff these llrtac 00 our leads. Violators I expect prowwuilon to ths silent of ths law. aflflpj J. 8. B09LRY, A. C. dlBMAN, U. D. UOI'l'BKJ A M. FELaND. HTBPMUK BOKCH. BANlVoilD imVtN, Je R WRIWBe ay PIANOS AND ORGANS. Mcmrs.B.B.A L.J, Cook are Ageati fe( the John Church A Co. rtanos an t Organs, which embrace the following moat sicellint Inatrnmseta Kaab A Co-- , Uaisltoo tiros., Deikar A Boa and Everett riaoos. Alio, dough A Warren sod the John Church A Co. Organi. Tbeas Instruments areniMtsic11eotln tooo.of treat durability and wedifyroapotltloD. All oft hoik are warranted A. II. Penny, Mrs. for flre yean. Kferncf E. M. Carbeater, J. M. Phtllpa, J. M. Moore and lUaaley. utantartj Mrs. Maggie Holmes, James CrabOrchtnl: Geo. W. J. LanJram and Mlaa Lancutr, Ky. j. a i i- -u WALL STREET PRINCE. g Wreaking Commodore lVshlngon who knows his buslnovt. GAINING INSIDE INFORMATION. -- Through Coaohos and Pullman business is the gathering of information in Sleeping Cars. to customs decisions. relation He it main tained here In good style, a fact whioa' From shows that his services are valuablo to his STAMFORD. LeuiMTllIe lo Uhlcttge, employers, and It is said that he has become qulto wealthy. At any rate, he was a poor speed mess. Finally the visitor got a chance to speak ClucluHHtl fe CklcsiKt E. H. BURN8IDE, man when he camo to Washington, and now there are none of the comforts and but with Mr. Oiboro. There was a deep-line- d IndlnuapetU to Chicago few of tho luxuries of Ufa which he does shame on bis face, and hb tones were those Well - Known This Old not enjoy. His predeceBor died, leaving of a wretch who dorod scarce presume to Maintains On TIIHOUOH TIME TABLE Hotol quits a sum of money behind him. which plead for any mercy; and yot welt. It must and commenced giving1 It to hhn. It purely High by no means represented the extent of his bo humble petitions to the man whom Wall Vis Loulit II!.: worked wonders, for, In a short time, he AMD income, as he was In the habit of living at street fate had suddenly made masher; it was completely cured." t.te. Iiitifllle.. of $10,000 a yoar at the least calcu- must be bumble petitions or olse the publlo the rate au Its Proprietor ii Determined that ait. lJimysttsu., ...,......., II 7ssopralI ! to P iu Sold by all Druggists. lation. The present Incumbent Is said to confession of bankruptcy, tho uttor'loss of a 30atu it Shall be rJecond to bo Ooaatrr " tnicago, fortune that only a llttio while ago bad B30plu tOOsu be verysuccfsful in gaining inside inforPrlco $1; Six bottles, $5. Hotel iu the State in its Fare, been quoted at hundreds of thousands on mation BufUciently In advance to enable the Via Clcclaaatl. Appointments, or AttenPrepared by Dr. J. C. Aytr .t Co., Lowell, of thousands. dealer to profit immensely. OTHER DAN0ER0U3 ONES. 0 tion to Comfort of Charlie Ojboni listened a moment or two Mass., U. S. A. There are several men who look after the lTa. uneinnatl .....m.,.. 17 SO a ml pm There is no counterfeit of a bank note M their Guests. InaianapuUa...... Mg 43 pn is zo pin liquor, beer, and, tobacco interests in the to the man's pitiful tone, his preface to., hi J abovo $100. There Is one counterfeit on a Arr. Ch Ira go. ..) j jo p W I (Ullll mercy. Then camo quick and In a tt'X) international revenue bureau. Others look plea for treasury note, that of the Jsjus of aadfresnths Bsts;stewUltsoaTtslto accommodationsit that was Dally tballyeiCfptHuoday. outtfor the tobacco men, and a few com- voicejubilant tinged with a feeling all else 1S(W. Thore are two counterfeit! of treasfteeef rharna. Kpeelat Tha liar will this remarkabb but charac- ury bine all throe. Upon either of theie topics than to Commarelal Tia? elers. $1,000 notes, thoie of 1803 and IStti, Lie lure your ticket read Tia ths always (applied with las ekotreal a good round sum can always be, obtained teristic interruption: These are admirable pieces of rascality. brands ef Lteaera aae Clears. for 'reliable Information. The Interior de- go vu. on, v. ivuun, urjr up your bears, There were some of thorn In the treasury of right back to your ofilce and let us forpart t U also kept under sharp surveil.Montgomery, Ala., when the last new treaslance by these people. Anything affecting get ovory thing that is past and gone. Why I urer camo into ofilce there. He rocolptoi (U N A. A C . Jt'y) at It It the riulckrit. the txsil whyl confound It! I'm a manl" And aihl moat dlnct llnt to Chlrs go and points tho railroad interosts is a matter from which Charlfo Osborn dashed a tear from his for thorn ts the retiring treasurer and in In tbe Northwest. IS WAKRANTUD to euro Fever nnd they Invariably reap rich harvests. The own cheek as he shook his visitor's hand and the course of trado paid two of them out Intermittent or Chill Fever, ltc Ape, Tickets rla the Monon Itjuta on sale at all greater part of this class aro man who bavo local bank. Thoy reached Angusta, ton mittrnt Kerer,I)uinl Ague, Bilious Fever, ticket office. Kor ratM, maps and lull In been hero for years. Their ontlre stock in sent him away tho happiest man in Wall Ga., before their genulnsnsss wai doubted. Can Ho Cured. Dengue (or " Hrrak-bon- o " Fever), Liver trade is their acquaintance, and they work streot. WM. H. IIAr.t)tVIN,n P A.l'hlcaro. The mat dangorous counterfeit of notes Complaint, ami all diseases arising from Theie la rhape no dlae w pteralent at A. J.O'liUI.LY.O.ti. A., IultTllle. it for all It U worth. No new" man could Malarial polsoui. Mental Grasp of the Journalist. nre stolen notoi to which tha bank ofilcor' or loJIgMllon, and on, too, that up to Ilia " come here and. avoid' making, blunders tt names hnve boon forgod. Tholr numbers Boston nerallj "Harpers, S. C, Jidtt 0, 1SS4. Irent time baa baRIeU tbe sfcl'l of the raott which would ba disastrous to his omployers. of the chronic jihyilrlani. Journalism results in a universality of always run In a soriei, ani only by remem haTS tbalr oHtln In rtyttwpale. Thearmp. There Is a nurket for this kind of talent, mind. The true journalist takes an active bering tho numb-r- s can the notes be de"For eighteen monUut suf-crc- cl tomiarsloaiof pleUte,IO'aor tlrah, a loeliDi ol 18RG. and it evidently pays well, as there are Interest in the greatest variety of subjects. tected. Tto most dangerous counterfeit of or weight In the with Chills and Fever, (ullne Tomltlug, aclJlty, itomach. tteutonal ran-ae- a more men engaged lu it nt tho present timo Politics, scioneo,' art metaphysics, com- a United State i coin in a 15 gold ploco that tlilulrnrr, dull pain In or having Chills evert other day. the be d, with a wnralionof hfalD cr clJdl-nrsthan ever before. merce In short, all the varied fields of hu- Is supposed to have bjen made through the Irregularity of twwela, lowiptrlla, aleeplru-ocm- s AN AGENT'S SHARP DEAL. lifter trying various remedies some In tho Now man activity occupy his attention. It is no rascality of , aallow akin, duaiigomont of llJoejl.auJ tot 1 1- - L.Uesa'itiV'raji. An incident was rotated to your corres- wonder that journalism spoils a man for a Orleans mint It was made with tho e l recommended to euro, the hrarL a unfrenurnlly raipltallon ofany of ttaeae symptoms you areiuOarlng with pondent a few days ago which shows that specialist A thorough journalist can not If stauip. The outside Is of 900 fins gold hottlo of dyer's Ague Cure, and lUsrrii's WstKtv haanow.fcr wore than 20 one of thee agents bos his eye teoth cut, to well rldo a bobby-- ; though for a timo his In- nni the insl lo of spelter aui platlua. There year, maintained Hi poaltlun ai the leading Jiava never since had a chill. HOLT'S say the leait. By some means or other he terest in a particular subject may absorb are hundreds of thousands of thorn In cirweekly nwnawr In Ainrlei, W'lth a J2DW&Y HARPER." renttant Incrraie of literary andarllitlc reourrea became informed that a certain decision had him until be has grasped it) genoral bea- culation. la auie sooner or She ensuing year attiMtlom It been agreed upon by tho United States ring rnKl'ARED BY uocualled by any preTloua rolume, crabiarlng A lleuutr and Her Iltitldog. supreme court. This decision would affect His knowledge may be called tuperflcial, two rat Hal llluatrated aerial itorlra, one by Mr Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Usui (New York Cor. Ploneor Trest the stock of one of the Pacific railroads but it is comprehensive; he learns all about Tboa. Hardy, auong tba rbmiMMl tl IitIei writers C11IIE YOU. WILL ot Action, and tbe other by .Mr Walter Ileaant. It was a funny case of approach and reSold by all Druggists. which wa then booming skyward under a thing that be needs to know, and his one olthesnoat rapidly rlaing of KnglJah norel. the Inllmnce of a strong bull market. He ability to perceive quickly the fallout points pulse that I chanced to mo in Fifth avenue. Foratleby Dr. M. I Ilourne, Htanford, Ky.7J-laUigrapbtcllluitrallwnior unuaual Inlarrat ta wasn't sura when the docUlon woull be of an entirely now subject is of ton declared The daintiest and proudest of imaginable readeralnallaectlonaoftli country, enlrrtaln-Id- s promulgated, and he didn't care to risk any marvelous by the specialist who has devoted belles came walking southward. Her garabort atorlra, mostly llluitrat.!, ,j ih U.t wruera,aDuiaiinruini papers tiy li gb autboil-tlof his own money upon It. Tho first thing years to tba study of that thing alone, and ments seemed a part of her neat, breezy on the chief toplra of tha day. bo did was to go to a broker and toll blm who knows little of anything outsido. Ho self, so fiuo were thoy In style and adjustKTeryonewbodralrea a trustworthy lolltltjl about the decision. He said that ho wouldn't has cultivated the capacity to acquire a ment, and she was a picture for an instanguide, an entertaining and Initruclare family Jour, THE CODRIER-JOURNA1880 : nal. entirely free from otJrctlonaUa fcatuira In ask a cent for the information, but would thorough knowledge of anyone of the many taneous camera to instinctively aim itself ax oaoii or either letter-preu- i or llluitrallon, tboutd ll call it rq'iare If the brokor would sell tbort subjects wmch no thus Jlsetlngly examines, at By a satin ribbon she led a young bull, to Harper's Weekly. LIVING IDEASANDLIVE ISSUES. 3,500 shares of the railroad stock and but life Is too precious to bo thus passed, dog, whose ugliness was a rarity even in his am txcur or ilvids the profits with him. The broker and ha resists the temptation to turn down unhandsom) breed. Of such are the present Should ho kept constantly lit hand, for HARPER'S PERIODICALS. accepted tho terms. Then the agent went this lane or that, as thay branch to the right pets of fashionable life. Tbe toughoit and 3Ionoolle, UllKiirdilnu, Rn,l u uso iu emergencies of tho household. to broker No. 2 and told him the same or left, however enchanting the prospect unslghtllest of loafers slouched northward. llrlt of Sectional Htrlfr. story with the addition that he knew that they may offer, but keeps steadily along the He had a bulldog, too, tied to a ropo. The Many a mother, startled in the night by rut rsaa Th brutes had no kindly fellow-feelin- g Harp er'a Weekly he knew that the decision born of 'lltxtr Wmciu would not great highway on the ridge whence ho sur. t M the ominous sounds of Croup, finds the Ii tb aiknolltsl Reprtients-tircommon stock. They instantly became a Ilarper'a Mtgailce be made public for two weeks, and that it veys all the world below. . M Ntwtpaper cl ths South. It Democratic In Iittlo sufferer, with red nnd nwollcn face, mass of snarls, bites bowls, blood and dust was a good chance to jump in and out on Harper I!trur..... politic, and Brat, U.S. and all tlie llm. I. Joe a . C0 r. reduction ol thi War Tain a letud vn tb The Expert It was a furious fight, and the girl's dog gapping for air.Is In such cases Aycr's both sides of the market. Ilarper'a Young rople He ., j M m prople Ly tha tariff now la force. Cherry Pectoral Invaluable. Mrs. Emma whipped tbe other. (New York Letter. broker No. 2, ani he also bought Harper' Franklin fijuare Library, Gedney, 159 West 123 t., New York, 2,5'JD shares, the profits of which he agreed "Good doggie," she murmurol, as she Dr. Brudenell Cartjr, the famous eye The Weekly Courier-Journa- l One year (32 Numben)..... (0 to divide with the enterprising agent In surgeon of L)ndonwhon here visiting the wnisKoa tuo ausc rronj an oacic and with a writes: "Whilo in the country, last I rootage Free to all euteeilbers ,l!,aiL7t.1"k,Jr.B,w,lmrr pnMl.he.1 In tho In tbe Unlinl l nllr.l Matm, an f, r t, Uta meantime the stock boomed and boomed, Centennial bought every American inven delicate laco handkerchief wiped his wlutcr, my llttio hoy, three years old, was OIJ j ,1Uij(y tjtatea and Canada. of mailer that aprar In q,,u,ir of ft. It U each Imiia nndvwben it had reached its hlgbost notch, tion that he thought would be of use to him, wounded fac; "you did trounce him, bless taken 111 vI(h Croup; It seemed as If ho Hie ( nurrT. Ma telegraphle news The Volujieaof the Wkkklt f.iinM broker No. 2 disposed of his stock, and sold and atnonjr them a with the In a treatise your heart didn't you?" and she coddled tbe fiitcU., any other It liaa tint would die from strangulation. Aycr's mi. iiiiuiiti ,ui o.iiu.rj iur earn year, when the tame amount short. or tlio allot rltrra and cotr indMilt kih.tba of his on tbe eye an 1 how to preserve it, beast in her velvot covered arms. in bo time la mentioned, it will be uoderitoo.1 small' and Cherry Pectoral was tried In coinitry. it prr.nM tho Whllo this was going on broker No. 1 was published not long since, he glvos a cut of a "Look yah, miss," said the ownor of tho ofthe week from tbe aubacrlber wj1M to commence wih that meryavctlou of tho World. ItKhratolurnxIna nt frequent doses, nnd, In less than half nn In a'fearful state of mind. The agent had Number next after the receipt of order. and advlied all persons who vanqnlshed dog; Til bet you $10 he can't lliruoli.,iit tlm n Krrfr umul-rSerial Bound Volumes cf Uasrra's WariKt.r, for hour, the llttio patient was breathing his confidence and from day to day gave are do it agin, wid a week for trainln'. an' to uss.lt .. end Short Stories ly pmrnlncnt and i.i.nUr w tbrro yrara Uck, In seat cloth binding, will , him such confirmatory Information that jtora than any of tl.o The spoed with which an expert operator choose yah own time an' pit" caily. The doctor said Hint the Pectoral niaeaxliira. sent by mall, tuatare palj, or by ciprras, free e t u Model Political end Famll. it In every he docMoJ to hold on. Hi had to remargin, can rattle off words anJsontencesls wonderThe bello did not hotly resent tbe proposisaved my darling's life." Mrs. C'has. B. eiteneper Toliime),tbe rrelgbt doe not exceed oc ' dollar (prorlded for J7 per toluinr. Paper. but th.it didn't leison his grip. In a day or ful to one who has never tried to use tbe tion. She v:i' cool nnd calm. Sho dl 1 Landuii, Gutlfuid, Cyuu., riles: "Aycr's Courier-JournClulh Caret for each volume, mllablo for bind lVeoklf has by two nfiorwirl tbe.decMoa was made and machine. The flngors playwlth a swift and even maka tbe oxertion requisite .to lift her Ina, will bo sent by mall, yilpald, ou the receipt Lnrsoat Circulation of any Cherry Pectoral tho crash cam The stock got a black oye coasoleis motion ovor tho keys, accompanied small no o In an'expresIon of ills lain. Utoff I each. la Amorlca. and turablod down and down, until the peo- by tho monotonous "rat-tat- " ItemlltanceaahonM bemadeby It la a. know!, '( of tha ma- ter inability to appreciate the fact that such ly pren ai.J Mnp My ple who hell it thought It nover wojld stop. chine, and sheet aftor sheet of noatly writ... ... ... tnite.1 Kil.i ,,, , - prMi ey Order or Draft, to arold thaore of Ima eMon. an ubjact belngjis n mun stood bjforo hor Newaraeera arc rot toeppy thli adTertlremtnt paperi i:ratlnaU in rnurprlwt KKut Then both brokers closed their accounts and ten innnmcript Is taken from the roller, was indicated byjior manner, at Uo arose nnd nIo the llfo of my little joh. As ho In aMIIi) ( gr.atln ll eriit wltbout ibprxtiiftorderor lUhi'i.K A trov curriKtu. of mfr ilvlded with tUe afrant. In two weeks he from two to thr$e tlmss as fast as an aver- to hor feot ani walkoion. Exquisite is troubled with Croup, I daro not ba J Aildltaa IlAlil'EItA imOTlir.lta.Nrw York. ii, ,11 kiu 1 iu Tariitiri irr.ai in a..w ........ f tl.o t rd. It Iiad cloared ovor f 10,000. The twautv of age penman can produo it Few people borjoin GrahtoJ. Evidence cf of without tliN remedy In tho house.'' Mrs. lHl Hut rrerahWy alioiil I B Rf" 1SS6 '"" nT ' l,h '"' tiU pjdtlo.f was that ha couldn't lose. " No wrlto with a p0! faster than twenty or Kood brooding? Well possibly. Shj was 'PPortiinlty ntattsr wha turn tho stock took ho was thirty words a minute; au expert will bring nocossarlly a monitor,, of one of our bot J. Gregg, Lowell, Maw., writes: "My be tlthuuttlm lU .1 1. thlldifcii huu repeutidly tul.cu Aycr's ftjounl to win, but owing to his shrewdness out of the typs-writfifty to eighty words families? O, no; she was asVlclom, In txr FREE PREMIUMS. Cherry rcetoral for Coughs nud Croup. nd foraslijhtvho profited by both turns, in a minute. What, then, must be tho value way, as oither of tho bulldogs, and not so A Hat of ImndioitiQ It gives immediate nllef, followed bv great tsrlily niocl'ird ami useful prrmluma rf Thora bavo bton inltancaiof a similar na- of a clerk who'ls a ' oxpart ai both short- respectable. Sho was a uomau just now frro toirarly ulnctih. I LX.UHTIC A.T2Z M. Un nt.i.i if n ture here, but this is the only one up todato hand and cure." Mr. Mnry E. Evan, Seranton, notorious for bsnuty, extravognneo, and r,i it for them, we aend I, Iharaaa lamplocopy of Wtkly CoiirUr. vhoro the agent pulle 1 both parties out at a audacity the Cora P enrt of NowYork. : "I have two little h.iys, both Pa., writes Juiiriml anj nur Premium 8upplemrnt, Kllu'i Ileal :tate.ln Waahlnctnn. Our December Number will begin the Seventy. profit to hitmolf and to thorn. of whom bavo been, from Infancy, subject our full 11. t of preinluul, to auy addnx. aitnj Toluuie of HaurKK's MauaztKa, Mlti ("Oath'' InCUnlnnatl EnquFrer.1 The Humming of the Wires. Hoolaon'anorel, "Kaat Aomdi." and Mr How. SUD3CIIIPTI0N TESMS. to violent attacks of Croup. Abou. six I was talking to a lawyer of Washington, Exchange.) At mtteunerx's Wedding. ell's "Udlau rummer" holding the t'oremoat Weekly, one year, InrliMlpg a fno pre about the real estaA movement there. He months ago wo begau using Aycr's Cherry place In current aerial tlctlon will run through Tho humming of telegraph ani tolephono '"'urn INew York Sun. ' tijyj aereral number., and will bo followel by aerial wires, so of ten beard, it generally considered Pectoral, and It nets like u charm. Iu a Weekly, toclubacf nseaudoTcr, without We all know from Thackeray how while said: atorlea from It, D. Illackmore and Mrs. D, M. prrnilinn, nrl j "The way few minutes after the child takes It, ho CralW. A new editorial department, dlicuaalns fair wouiau aui brave men held revel at ises to have this cltrp Is going on It prom- to be oauied by the wind. R, W MeBride. 500,000 vple In anothor topics auggealed by the current literature of of Waterloo, Ind., who specially studied ., .. he duches of Richmond's ball, nnd v, Vina nm ucaaniai a present sn breathes easily and rests well. Every Europe, tbe ofiloa of Frederick Douglass, the matter for several year on his private onto! our Ires premiums selected by him. contributed by W. ' America andbeginningwill botho January Numbor. Mrs. Col, O'Dowd malo morry mother ought to hnow what a blessing I D. Howellj. with ! uuda)), oik 1,1' J"''-'.colored man, has always boon considered wire, which hai a strong gift of hummlug, 1 $10.00 with Belgln wine at tbe supper table, tho great literary erent of tbe year will I The Dally, undtji, alx tnuntlia.., have found in Aycr's Cherry Pectoral." the O.IU worth about $4,00J a year, the pay being Is satisfied that tbe wliii Is not the agent, publication of a aeries of pap I)ully, (uxcrpt Huaday), oua tutinth., there stole into the room an ahapw l,wj Mrs. Wm. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., writes s of a story, and depleting charscterlatle features of fcloody with spurring, fiery red with haste, according to the business done in tho ofilce. for he found the sound more likely to lo 011 2 American aodetyaa seen at our leading pleasure and calm even"In our family, Aycr's medicines have HuuJjy, tlx mootlia .. 1.K1 ... who whiiporod some nows in the oar of That fellow is now getting $10,000 a year heard on a dry, clear, riworta-wrlit- en by Charles Dudley Warner, and out. of bis place, so great has. been the in- ing than at any other tim& He is also conftp traveling unta aro employe. by tha been blessings for many years. In cases Wellington. illustrated by a H. lietnnart. The Macasln will Courler.J0urnal,butaKoodloralairutUwntr.l crease In the body real of real estato tran- vinced that the sound Is not produced by glTe eapeclalattentlon to American lublo. ta, treatWell, it is in view of subiequjut events ror It in every community, to v. bom a liberal of Colds and Coughs, wo tako ed by the beat American writeri, and llluetrated electricity, for be could detect no signs of caib cornmlMlon l.a allowvd. If tl Courier. mow remembered that while ths marriage sactions." by leading American srtlau. Jourual Mm no local agent In your nelgblr-nooi- l. that agent when the bumming wai going of Honry of Battenberg and Beatrice was tcml to nt for nnp Somewhat of a Predicament on, while at times, when the wire was eviCherry M...ui n...n. ..1.1.1. niiBunn ireooi in progress, up dashed at full speed oa -- invii life. curK. All aub. dently charged, there was no as banks' mare, a tolograph express The criliiion oruera, for outflta. auiulo from tha HARPER'S PERIODICALS, fourth husband lay at the point bumming was accompanied by sound. vicojilea, etc., abould be addreaned to and the Incouvcnlencc Is soon forgotten." village ofilce, who handed a dispatch to tbe of A lady's while a rapid death, she hung W. N. HALDEMAN, captain of police, who handed it to the offi. tender and watchful care. over him with bration of the wire. In fact, the matter Is rnEPAitED nv thought to be a sort of putzle of riwU.il CenrUr Jewitl C., cor commanding tbe guard of honor, bv PKB YKAB. "Wa will again In dear,' popular science. Pr. J. C. Ayor & Co., lowell, Man. LOUISVILLE, KT was passed to an equerry, who uo whom It Harper" Weekly .......... .w...M.M.ft 00 huu, wiu uiinctucy. transmitted it to the lord chamberlain, who Harper's Magailne "Ye-es,- " Bold by all Druggists. she replied, hesitatingly, "but I Itochefort as a Father. "" 4 qq .found means to convey it to Prince Alex- am afraid It may be a little Harper's Battr 4 M bit ember, Inter Ocean. ander; the bridegroom's brother end beat rawing, John." Harper's Young People Tho Paris correspondent o' Tho London 2 M wan. The prince did not open it until Harper's Franklin fquare Library one year, World says that Rocherort was tbe nurss of After the ceremony, and his demeanor did Lock of the Savon Sisters. n numbera) his three children, and brought up the old10 m 0LUBBIN& KATES. not givo auy suggestion of its contents. There are seven sisters in New York who nursing-bottl-e of his own invenPostage tree to all subscribers In tho United Cut be did not sit out the subsequent wed- possess 003 inches of raved black hair, and ft est with awas then a clerk at the Hotel de To tboes dctlrlnt additional Trading matter we States or Canada. ding luncheon, taking tho afternoon train statistician recently computed that their tion. He OTANKOBD, KY. will club the Ville, anH tor London, where ba went at once to tho combined hair, if placed in single strands, living at a Salarr Of 1.000 frnns a SEMI. WEEKLY INTEIUOI. JOURNAL in a trarrot Ths ohild ramnln inaToiumeaortne foreign ofilce, and Immediately after left would reach over 103 miles. They put wh W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor numbers lor June anduagaims begin each the alone when he was nt his ofilce, December ol ctor bis principality. Aafollowi: their hair in silk bags at night to prevent It to take her out (u his arms to and he used WhennotlmeliapeclOed.lt will be understood give her air- With the Weekly CoiirI?r-JaurnEight complete sets of Beeni that tbe aubacrlber wlaboa to begin with tbe cur-reS3 CO Slse of Btago,?20xSO. from tangling, ings at night, when tbe shnbblnoss of her number, Iluucroft's Favorite Writing Paper. ery. Beating capacity, including gallery, " " New Voik World 3 BO clothes would not be seen by tbe neighbor-hootatea to oid attractloaa. Hound Volumes of Harms' Chicago Herald. Artujr Cooks and Ilakors. Maoazink. for " " Kcw York 8un S 00 three jeara back, In neat cloth ulndlnir, will Le The paper on which the historic Bancroft It Is proposed to enlist professional ooolu ' " Warper's Magazine 5 00 sent Ity mall, pw paid, on receipt of t j per toI. writes is a singular combination of yellow and bakers in tho army as a means of preUnautlful ItutB Casttu. urae. Cloth casts, for binding, SO tints each-- by 11 arpcr'a Weekly " 8 20 O hl tlkrnlh lead tw ,and croon. He says that with ordinary serving the health and Increasing the effl. Tho marquis of Dttte, bjllevi bjr soma to mall, paatpitl. thoitlri ut Dial clail " " Houlhorn Blrouac 3 00 amt hit gteea rtinniic., be Disraslt's "Lotbalr," has Just finished, at white paper before him the composition of cloncy of the troops. Index to Maoizime, Alphabetical, " " Homo aid Farm 2 CO ATI TO i DATS. w alinint ualvcrtal aaturii, Analytical, HAH.-sa-'sClaaallltd, for rolumea 1 to do, In! ai d a cost of $3,OOJ,000, another palace, to bo i siiigla sentence is tbe work of fifteen or jBSvaairfcaiett st ,T3 llun, MVRPHV HROS In fart, n mat'er what publication ynu desire, clualo,icora June, 1850, to June. IBS , ono Vol., A outlet MH ctuiNul:ui, twenty minutes. Ills thoughts will only lake subterranean been to the Great Salt known as Bute castle, and doscrlboJ as la we can furnish It with our inner arid aava tou Im. 1'arU. Tm no of Utah has found. lhwon iha Uvar il 8T0, cioto, 91, jrtow when this peculiar papar Is usod. every way bea utlfuL B llf tmj tfili flplhn trouble and expenae of rctnlttlog for It, lYv palillc an! now raakj Ittmlltanciaahoold iMimadeby Poslofllce Money iiuiu iHiceuia iu si ui. Hi erllUl' .:.. leaitin atil .ii.uii or Order or Dralt, to ayold chance of loaa. Ol A plant has bom discovered in Central itl:rtberi. who huT )JT already paid, enn Clcel3aatI,!?I?Cr2J cm.itlhf o litrm. Nowspapcri are not tn ram iih. . .. MA. L. SMITH. i.f liUcir-r 'n.TPM in 'ifrre t vf msn pnylpg ths differ. U - tbidhiHt- -a iJLumlca from whloh "real" ostrich foatbara in..... .r. 'v;i i'iiii . ..- unnjpf,.mi.n.n..n..ni f ow I nj ii,,,,,, . w n rv M'M .ri n . d ?! will .on bo maJd. ". ' ' V .1. " . f Y rf. ..,, liu'r, blaulord. y uj.tll, u,. (, to llU liu. i. He Is fUsve, poll to, and genial, but be permits no 6nooutilde of a certain sacred circle to gain his confidence. Some people look upon him with suspicion, but p rson-oil- y (he (Is every inch a gentleman His late ,Charliel Osborn always did things. A few years' ago Mr. Osborn was ' leader inn movement to ball the securities of a northwestern railroad. Up went quotations and all the partners In the pool were happy until, of a sudden, prices upset when nobody was prepare! to anticipate wen' a thing, and accumulated profits wont headlong to smash. Keen wit and his rare knowledge of men, however, served, Osborn a good turn just then. He quickly fixed upon the sourco through which bo had been betrayoJ, and before. he quit Wall street that afternoon he paid a brief vltlt to ths ofiloa of a firm who had been given a chance to participate in the original deal Otborn was In bis war paint, and the oratory that ho deluged that office with was very mnch to tho point. He served open notices of intended vengeanco, and acts folio wod words. Within the next fortnight "tho head of the double-dealin- g firm was waiting in Oiborn's office to ask for terms upon f which to settle an account that ha ecnld not begin to moot at anything like its face demand. The selfiih betrayal brought luooitly sequol with an awful INew York Times.) J. D. Smith, vice president of the stock exchange, tells a good story Illusway In .which the trative of the d Vengeance' Upon fa Double-DealinFlria'-j- . A Ilea for aiercy. Counterfeit Detector Expert Torrey said could only be taught to know what good money looks like they would be less easily deceived by counterfeit, He sia war toe last new counterfeit was of a f 10 United States treasury note of the series of 1890. The genntne note, and, of course, tho counterfeit, both bear a head of, Daniel d Wobster in the lower corner. In the good! note the lines that make the lapel and the shoulder of Webster's ooat are equally heavy; In the counterfeit they are not Beside, although the bad note Is signed K. Bruco" and 'James Ollfll-lanit docs not bear the words "Register of the Treasury" and "Treasurer of the United States" and the words "Engraved and printed nt the Bureau of Engraving and Printing" ore also wanting. Even with these defects tho no to is most dangerous, and hundreds of dollars in it are handled every day. that It people Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Ivans., writes : To nil persons Buffering from Liver Complaint, I would Btrongly recommend Ayer'a Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted with n disease of tha lfrer for nearly two years, when a friend advised mo to tako this medicine. It garo prompt relief, and has cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 D wight it., Boston, Mass., writca: "For soycral years I have utcd AVer's Sarsaparllla in my family. I never feel safe, even S.fcwT'WsSlS A o left-han- set c ran, m t& a ," At Home without It. As a liver incdlcino mid general purifier of tho blood, it has no equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wlntcrpock, Va., writes: 4,3fy youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which wo could not cure. Wo tried many remedies, but he continued to grow worse, and finally becaino to reduced In flesh that wo could only move him upon a pillow. It was suggested by one of the doctors that Scrofula might bo tho cause of tho trouble. Wo procured a bottle of ttriri Tha! Ut SUra crU tUtf lutO tUm UprlMlflt that tut u niali a nlsialeiltf MftfMt mjW. m4 ftla iHt HWsn rllM w vtriy anjall trao ta of good nanjlng I'M! I I IttrVtVclTtrlt fklMICBbfUltftrt9 u4 U'MS I wish to ssll three mhU4 vltk SO 1, ona conUtntn tS Arret, onelatter U iVMpUt fft etpl U IM atM) flul fUt taller f t' Fork ban ti t Us4 fiLJ, art ani ths In TiLr Dwirr Qen Cniftnaii Riif Acre comfortable third ltO Aere. the land ImproYements, all itch uvitai im Ba with rf ciiiM. Crttfsj t3f p. ai in Mparate tracts. Also 1HO Acvnlpt Ho. and IM S!"!WALTER Af I I Knob Land on Mason's Oap, near Stanford. Alt .TATLOH.AUaaU.Oa- ll.SSl. mourn lately "T ofthls land baa l.eeu ft aoe plat by catling on roe. in ! fTaiftlrf ! FOB SAIE U atnt ess. fc ! 11 II 1 A MAUTELOUS IMITATIOy. wliblng to purchaao cm Will sell low for eaah or on any reasonable Usee, with interest .to P cenl P. B. The best known 910 counterfeit Is tho "Webster head" series of 1o7j, a marvel-sl- y executed piece of work it is estimated that (30,000 of thorn have been offered for deposit In the New York bauks since Jan. 1. It Is a fact that the banks where many ladies have private accounts handle loai counterfeit money than the others. Women are quick to detect bad money. The most expert of the treasury "counter" In Washington are ladles, but there are counterfeit fives, tens and twenties in circulation that boffl even their skill The beit IS counterfeits are the work of Charles Ulrlch.aad his eaL Irvla White. They are all on Massachusetts banks, and they are known as tho Massachusetts counterfeits. The) are almost porfect, but to the practlcod eye "counterfeit" In letters an inch long Is printed across their faces. In one comer is the familiar picture of Columbus aboard his vassal, gaxlng at the New World that spreads before his eyes. Whore the taffrall and the rail of his ship Join In me picture mora u a joint In a genuine bill There is none In a counterfeit 1th any of my fins fauialu, aed ones stinted to will Daks Of rialnslaw, a superior animal: or I f exchange I or fat hogs. Am overstocked M. V. . A. 75-- 1 in v llitllH, Flnon.iSltortHoni will tell law sad ...niini that! -- I hare a number of rKMHn. 8UnjrJ, Kr flrk.r Ilmimj Siinuu, curoul U4 CLIUfta TMlkll, rwMtoW both (or sale by Or. M. L. nUURNE, fitanferd -- sia. fflf Iwitvmt.sifwItiaiTi CwitAto w p gtTS-- " MYERS HOTEL, KT, and Still Roputation, Sarsaparilla ATEB'S Propr n 1 n Ague Cure I AYER'S monon ROtrrr, Dyspepsia & Asthma Iya-iepa- la eml-ntTwo-thlrJ- a dli-ea- prln-clp- al ' s, HARPER'S WEEKLY. gon-uln- I DR. lllut-tratr- xl Dyspeptic Elixir Ayer's CherryPectoral aub-acr- nl e con-rinc- Type-Write- ..... ...io typo-write- r. type-write- r, nt al ii-a- r "near-sighte- of lilRh-prlc- 1 nt r.$ 1 Saved Life, 1 om-iimn- .tr HARPER'S MAGAZINE. type-writiti- i- I. n; stout-Aoart- ..M-v- 1 )'r c! Ayer's Pectoral, Ai-.- ..- r.".i.. J m-m- OPSRiL HOUSE vr nt M d. . - 1 d uni-ie- - Ili.l I. u-- ..:"' 1