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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886020201 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. nm Weekln 0. VOL. XIV. Seri-ffiBttHnlnteriorlou- lefinf Jmtfmal FLOOD SATES OPENED A BLAZING ' STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1886. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. celreth you, nceiveth Mo " These rellco lions come oyer uii with great aolemnlty The Silver Bill Is discussed hern with and power a I am thinking. of our ap zsal around every warm store. George proachlng pwdble deptrturo from India Debord says n dollar should be h dollar NO. 95. And I write tin m don nna part of our HfnV whether tho Dutch take IIlland or sour history. If any one ha the heart to retd kraut or ber. It Ii understood If we citdll that fi.30 will U ex the above and think n single word written John Welch, colored, nil- - ''It my," peeled and JpiiudJmI. Is the result of personal pIiur;or the utter, shot himself in the leg last Tnuridy nk'lit aocoof mere senttmentallsm, or coming and fainted shortly afterward. Mason W. P. WALTON. from an Inflated notion of personal impor Grimes, also colored, cut the bll out betance, welll I leave them to think il. The fore he recovered. LORD knows the heart. No protest would Mr. Kobt. Gaines and bis lithe, handaflect or convince them. No disclaimer some sister, Mis Nellie, of Dinville, were would reach the plane of their unjust convisiting at Dr. W. M. Doores, last w,ek, He's Coming Home, Praiie the lord. clusions. In my trafeis, I again and again J. Peter Chandler has tho English fever in meet with even good people, whom I am the face. He sports blonde chops, 'Praise the Lord. God ia Lova and Noth- compelled lo treat, as I have h oa that won Mary Hunt, a dwnrf 10 years old, 3 derfui reader of human mindc, and judge ing Else." feet, 0 inches high and weighing 45 pounds, of huuun character Moody do, la an gave birth to an illegitimate babe last week "ioqulry room," When he sees that a weighing b Ibi. The girl is weak minded FuTTiitounir, India, Dsj. l!2ml, 1885. man's mlna Ii made up to go the wrong 1" not likely now and supported by the county, but lives DKAiilNntOR:-- It way, and that words would only be wasted, with her father, Mariou Hunt, on Cedar thai we ahall gu a far North a Lahore, he gives a fixed, norrowful look at the poor Creek. and I will therefore, aak'correspondenta to creature, and then turning quickly to the A remarkable freak of nature In the address lis until further notice, care Iter. "right about" walks very rapidly away way Allahabad, of a calf could be seen at R. Ii. J. J. Lucia, American Mission, without atyiog a single word. I hnve seen yesterday morning. It had two N. W. P.. India. Thla would hate been him do that again and again after the first well developed heads, four legs ia front, the beat direction from tho time we Itfl the kind qnestlou ''Friend, cn I do anything two behind and two tails to one spinal hills, had wu known that we should not for you?" with which ho so often prefaces hare ylslted Lahore. Hut we did not his personal Instructions and appeals has column. Bill Dilllon lays it to the Demo cratic administration. know It, and hence hate been subjected to been followed by an answer, showing that The sad intelligence of Mr. W. T. a three days wait, for our letter, by erery the trend of the person queitloned Is fixed Green's death, at his present home in Bell mat'; till they could .team up to the Pun It against conscience, reason lore, everyiab, and back asain to the N. W. P. Hut countv, was telegraphed hereBunday morn thing All in sorrow-nau- ght is anger-o- ne ing, and a wakened the deepest feelings of thli has been a tery trilling incoim nieces. must needs turn from such, simply be regret and warmest sympathy for bis Allahatud, a a glance at tho map will cause nothing more can be done. Do you daughters and other relatives here, where show, Hwabaut halt war between Labor say, this is a "hard aayini?'' Well, dear for so many years he lived, enjoying the and Calcutta. The latter la now our trea heart, this word! we live in is a hard fullest respect of all who knew him well. ent oblectlte point part," world, and one must face the truth. I with His remains will be buried in the ceme' Hating no more place in thtae It were better. I am full cf the blessed tery here, but when, at this writing can not and feelloR that our dear Lord's hand it bops that it will be, when Jeaus comes; be ascertained. leading us out of India and towards the but, ut now, we must take It a it Is dear land of Maneli, we shall in all like When men bollrve that "God is love" and CARPENTEfl'S CREEK, CASEY COUNTY. litinsulmil for Cirlon and Australia nbiut nothing else then tbey will themselves be or thereabouts, from Miss Ida Sweeney is now staying with the lrto' Much "lore and nothing else " Not before. We the family of the Hon. Frank Wolford, In are exactly like the Clod we worship. IJy Columbia, taking uikIc lessons. Id any erent, whether we leaye the beholding him we grow into his image. Mai If country or not (I am till ''bjund InOeo. W 8weeney contemplates becoming a my God ba all love I will be all love If for sheriff again. flexible;" anJ a hint from toe dear Maker's part love, part hate -- 1 will be mingled candidate i;uidlrjR ejf, ahall chtOKO aoy plan) ltt The matrimonial market ia getting love and hate. Trie proportion are math terl directed to llro. Lucta' care will find us ematlc.ll exact D.vine science is the ex. brisk in this section. Widows and widow-e- ls more promptly, than from any other quar- acteit of all the "exact sciences." are going of! like "hot cakes" The ter. 8a, dear friend, follow Cipt. Cuttle'a For mysetf- -I have fully decided on the Iter. A. J. Collins married Mr. James Bransom to Mrs. Cordelia Murphy a few ndrjee, and "make a note of it." Of coune God I will worship, and I will "follow on 1 do not know how much longer we shall sgo and later Mrs. Richard King was to know" Htm aloie. It Ii a grand adbe ob tho road "Lomew.rd" What work married to Mn. Suan Douglass at Mt vance, when one is settled as to what sort we tnay flad waiting u in Auitralia and of a God one bai to learn. Till I' was 50 Olive. " lir On the 27th Inst , at the sale of Milton New Ziland, "doth n it yet appear I was in a mixed condition, trying to reconhis desr riee, Be fully expect to do it, cile laipcssibles. Henceforth the coast is Stlgall, who is 'tiling out to go West, prop 'hat can wo porsl-b- ly whatiterifmar be. clear ' I know whom" I believe." That erty sold as follow: Milk cows from $30 bf Urine for, except to do Ilia drar scripture, I now c, covers this very point, to $30; last spring talves $11 and 1175; r old heifers 518 snd $20; so and wll7 And I mat add, what better could though, I am aware, interpreted, oftrn, to pigs $1 1.25; crn In crib from $1.03 lo $2.-1any one wUh than to follow where lie lead mean another thing -- good in ilself biit Praiie HIS and do what lie command? hay 0 cts. per hhd; oats $1 05 per hunnot, I mu persuaded, the very leoii the lar name forever! 8om.tiuies I thinh we Holy Ghost dselcned to impart by the dred bundle; 1 pair mtilw, wngon and barneys withdrawn nt $200; pork G and 7 nay bi home in time' to accrpt tho kind of. wordr. Once knowing your God, you can fer pf tour fceuerous friends, the Wsscm Ol cenw; lard 0 and CJ cents. A lot of good make life one constant, joy out discovery of farming tools sold well. the btfr Cincinnati theatre, to run that " iuaituM HU LOVE. And that lire shall, durW thi "Mica-The people of this section are prepar "Flow on Id jiiJIm sorp, ing a petitiou lo the Poitoffics Dptnrtment month, In the inletest of the "RCtpelt" Abors eaath't lamentation." with our dear 'old Nitli Woodcock" as Ci duubl u wui xie id wmen, nlatl ti to istablish a mail routo via Hustonville smlllnj? "master of ceremonies." 1 oonfrss the common thing introduces doubt as to from Moreland station down the Carpen13 being jutt human enough to let that everything else. We bejin to supect our ter's Creek pike to Liberty with perhaps programme mkema (eel a little like llf holiest, happiest experiences, even, as Hands two new postoflices on the route one at my heart upon it." and drlusloni: We "piss cups of refresh-miKlddV store 5 or C milw from Hustonville ing, but I wont the LOUD will we ahall do thla or in timid and sti'plclous thirst," We and one at Wm. MrerVi about the same dis "If itini." imHt. Jamta'savs. Oaly I haie al- - think it a merit to challenge everything tance from L'herty. This is a much needwara belter d the 'Cincinnati meeting" for In'ptction, with misgiving htarts, and ed route, not only to tho people along the wm interrupted for pressing reasons and jaundiced eyes, and then follows logically line, but also at Liberty, as the mail on the the wall "O wretched man that I am other route is fnquently interrupted by not finlahed. I beliere the LOUD ha high wtt'er. Some people In this section "much people la that city," to bo gathered who ahall delivei?" fCOKTISt'Et) KBXT tSSUB refuse to take papers on account of the in a abeiTM lor ths Mailer's garner, by the convenience of p"Htoffi:e& occasioned by lotlnji hand of the "Troupa Krangella. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. distance and water. U(lue Ve ime only ono uijre Bieetlng ahed, Managed bJno. B.Fhh. EJ. Wilkeron has a clock that has in India, and that U at at AHababad. It Ii Too mercury ia playing way down be. ueeu in n.e larauy tor iu years, .tor years n little singular 'that tho dear LOUD baa low the teens again. it has been ho decrepid that it wan considt0 tn two confined our JOtkoQ the Jim Ciuipbell and Vlra Fish, colored, ered useless Litely a ttump called at hi pUc, whtrj llTvrepecllTelT, llrolliera wereiaarrled at this place lat Wednesday houp, examined it, and proporud for his Woodtlde and Luu?; the onlj two who night. night's lodging and 00 cento to make the . f welcomed ui to India, out of tho many, clock ns good as a new clock. EJ. accept Tec young men should to who ought to have had tho grace and cjiip prop;ily in church if ed the proposition, but warned the tramp that if he failed to tear to "do likewise." I Know enough about they do not Uh (o be publicly reproved. It as good as he - John Green, Ue .little darkey, who had promised, he would follow him and kill the glorioua Rosntl I nm entrusted with to know who haa been ilhu' losers by not b'oth of his feet taken tfl by the doctors, him, U to this time, the clock not only hearing It. Heaven alone will roreal tho ii doing very well and will probably re- keeps hr good time bo over, but runs'S eelMnllicted damage. It is not U all a cover. days without winding up -- before it ro Jas. I Woite, deputy sberitT, has b(en quired winding every day. Query: Did mestloa of personal agsrlevement, 1 may truthfolly 7 I have rol a jwticle of that very low for eiveral weeks with something the scare EJ, gnxejiim cwg the. tramp to left If seems to hate wholly drifted out like brain fever, It is impossible to say over do the thing?w ,. . m, commfUed bow his illness, will terminate. of my life- - Unl tho Vlronure immenee number of sea clams, torn .(her may not ...ihrro eiel." that J, D. Cnandler, of Louisville Is in Au MM town this wekrHe' Is ontheTllckHflt. from their ocean ne'da and thrown tishore by the late storm, line the becU at Pecan .. u Miss Oidbam, of Clurk county, is viaittoff to possess themselves o. -i- n Bsscb, N J. In come places tbey lie in , u.... i 3Moi thSlSrd baa erttrusUd her 8istJ7vMr, Fraak Reppwt.g v . MwCynthta cPry ,dewryeaall the heaps two feet elgh. Farmers are carting them away for fertllitsrs. embVadtff-o- ( u credit for building Alvira, the old colored piore lor un-u- i ViTi f woman, &a house, tihe went around and "He that recalveth you receivath, Me," is made up the money to buy the material is always and did most of the work Female College,' herself. a text not jet out of date. Ard it anjthlBif from our J -i- s is A. suit baa been brought Ibj theU, B, STANFORD. KY., a loss where lb. Cjurl at LouIsviir by a cftiien of Ala- ALEX. 8, PAXTON - - PKES. not received. Of coup. I can he.r derisive laughter of .eece who think no bama against about GO parties ia this counreceiving ty in the Negro Creek Tba country for the re gtn Second Term of tho present assalon will be. possible lose caa crue from not 1S36. Locattsn pleasant; discipline trying to bring to needy souls. covery of about 3 700 acres of land. The KindFb. lit, luitructlon thorough. FuplU i but firm; what I am any ttmt. tfsnd for circular. (862m the jrholt qu. process was served by a deputy marshal cetredat But, the laini f one day last week. Vat am rT telcW awt Iron uoar or am x .u will find Four trainmen were crashed to death BUILDERS ATTENTION! fraud aad hombug? You can ot be on the B. & 0. near Tiffin, O , Friday by a W are now prepared to furntih all Winds ol lumquestion ber Id the rough and agents for planing mills. collision. IU . Keep romtantlr on hand dressed flooring, celling, eettUibTVff tart The killing is reported in Letcher i, doors, sash, blinds, moulding only be known by tured comment, ft ca dc, at Jowoat prico. of. I am not county of William, Andy and Black Bill 89tt BKtattT Jb MKTCALF. "fruiu." that alt may j adgo being applied to Wright by Samuel, Elijah and James of tbeaavamt U.I fold Wright. They are all members of the of love; and will be our simple mtnUtrr the same family. The oaase was a feud. to eund or fall by he PIANOS AND ORGANS. and the killisg aa ia .be Baluie of an as eiesinatlon. Meura. 8. B. A L.J, Cwok ara Agenti far the and wherever tho truh we bear and Organi, which sua Harry 8. Hill waa arrested In Maya-vill- a John Church 1 Co. Pianos ezcclUot Instruments: brace the following most raasacreddcPo.lt of heavenly triaau.e, Knalw A Co., Uuslton Bros., Dksr A Hob and for bigamy, but was reiaaied aa 'no lo find entrance Ersrstt Planoi, Abo, Clougb A Warren and the b been allowed a chance one appeared sgalnst him, Hill is from John Church A Co. Organs. Thai Initrumenti live' are mMl sxcsllent in tone, o J great durability and nto human Ohio and is traveling In company with wedsfyconpetlllon. All of then, ara warranted Miss B.C. Wool, Webdlieve the Wood for fire rears. Rsferenoea: A. It Penny, Mrs. fr It groood. of E. M. Orbeater, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore aud fair and .crlptaral HtanAtr; Mrs. UakIo Holmes, of ih.t other woman wa in Stanford once parading as an James forth, the meaning I'rabOrrhinl! flea W J 1 1 !i n and Mil. "! brought - ebclitioclit. I'iiTiIIhJiciI Tnemlaut unit FrhlttUH -- AT Uli PEttANNUM, OAHII. GEO. O. BARNES. BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS! Wo have invoiced and find that- - Bro-naug- h's WE ARE OVER - STOCKED ! "We havo twice too many goods, but LOW TIM -- Will make- - STACKS OF 60 WITHIN THE NEXT FEW We have done- - DAYS. Cal-cutt- a. A Xremratfras But tho backward season has prevented a great many from buying. The season is advancing and we will wait no longer, but will at once s Put the Prices so Low as to Make the Goods Move Out at Once ! CONSIDERED. two-yea- COST NOT FOR A MOMENT When i Jt it ia necessary to lose rnouey wo have the nerve to do it. The few figures given below tell tho story with a silent logic more potent than words. WCASH ALWAYS; CREDIT NEVER,' ''.t nt From 20 to 25 yards best Calico, 31. Slacks of new and elegant Brocade Dress Goods at Gc per yard, sixteen yards for 81. Thousands of yards of 20cent Worsted Dress Goods will be murdered at the uniform price of 10c por yard, lied Comforta, former price, ?1 25, now 90c; thoy aro bulky and wo want them out of tho way. "White Tabio Damasks in all grades, cheap. Ladies fine Cashmere Hose, worth (J0c, noi go for 35c. Cotton and Woolen Underwear for Ladies and Gents marked down to a shadow of a price. Good Undershirts for 2.c. Red Flannel Undershirts, former prico 81, now 02c. Wm mSB And intend to Slaughter our- - r" k-ir- in-.- it - :' SPLENDID STOEK In a way that will not soon bo forgotten. - if v Come-Ear- lv and Tell your Friends what a Harvest ' of Real Bargains it is. ' .,, -- BeUUriiWkJbldUhJMl - Tho eame rate of cutting is applied to every pair of Boots and Shoe3 in tho House. 1Q.5. and Misses" Rubber Circulars cut down from 81 75 to 7fc. Children's Wool Hoods, former price, uovr, .Tnplrhfa fnrmrr tirlce SI. now 7fc. Child a IvnitSacks. former price oOc to ioo.S..t til Tv'nJf 20c to 40c. '4 TJIldlP9, r-ort ivr' ?ahob.ith?Tea8t.. .fjfl OVERCOATS, GLOTHIH& , prices, wrecked aa thoy have'never been v racked before. CLOAKS, . .' " u Stanford PROFIT THROWN TO THE TWJtlX WE ARE GOING TO SELL THESE GOODS, .' price, 83 60; prico, 80 00; prico, 15 prico, 8 00; 00;-Men'- s . b.'j . Men's Overcoats, 81 Men's Overcoats, 4 Men's Overcoate, 10 5 Suits, 60, 25, 50, 00, former former former former Men's Overcoats, Men's Overcoats, Men's Suits. Men's Suits, $2 6 3 8 25, 00, 75, 00, former price, 84 00. former price, 10 00. former price, G 00. former price, 12 00. dt'Hi;ifctlk waalher-boardloi- Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, 75c, former prico, 81 25. LadieV Cloaks, $2 25, former price 84. Circulars, 83, former price 815. 83 50, former price, 85. Ladies' Fur-Line- d Ladies' Cloaks Our fiscal year is drawing to a clgso and wo intend making a clean sweep of all Winter goods. You should brinjf wish yon had. 85 and a wheel barrow, or 810 and a cart, and load up at once or you will forever the: great bargain store, Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices for all the People, Zu - , ,.. j,.. It. M ". wetf "Hi that rP- ,e iiuiluiau, LaucarW, Ky. - 'i -- - - - ' "" wms "W Mr'aij jr rrp btgt Jodoe J. A. Lvle, as adunnistri or of lionalvoar. W. M. Ball, sold 15 shares of Farmers Na Controller Durham has discovered tional Bink stock yesterday, five at 5150.50 that a million dollars or more have gone to 11. G Hail and 10 Mrs. Margaret Ball at February 2, 1888 Stanford, Ky., ! wrong in the Signal Service department. $155.60 and $150. This is tho best price Messrs O'Sulllvan and Greathouse, obtained for a long time. w. P. WALTON. the sluggers of the Louisville press, bnve been deposed from their positions on the Mrts. BnoCK aska us to say that "if the Comma rial young ladies in her grown clasi of elocuThfke is indeed a B.ate of tiling at A statistician has enumerated 2,000 tion will meet her In her room at 10 A. M. Tlie Lvl'lature, composed Frankfort. murders committed in the United States every morning this week, she will give of incompetents, has bean for the moat part last year, of which whisky was the direct them 2 hours of instructions. Sho also re-ceiv- 'd blindly led into rebuking Gov. Knott and agent in 1,700 cases. wishes all of thtm to meet her Thnrsday his co commlesioners ot the. penitentiary, It is announced from Washington that night at the Court House. Next Monday by reinstating South, who showed his in When the Legislature found that their ability to nnnage it, as warden of tho in hall lbor was sinking there were resolu a majority of the Committee on Coinage, night will cloe here session here as she has atitution; the comtnWeionera have asked to tions offered to meet hereafter in Lexlng Weights and Measures, oppose the suspen- been giving 2 lesson a week for the past three weeks." be relieved from further charge of the State ton; to bay a circus tent and meet in that sion of the coinage of silver. Mrs. J. W. Pierce and Mrs, J. Pierce prison and the Mieon Foard company to and several other as excrutiatingly funny In the County Couit yesterday the will the Georgia Pacific have their contract Jewing the labor of the ones, but not a single man had the nerve to Weaver are each suing of W F. Carpenter was admitted to pro- Railroad Company in the Atlanta courts convicts annulled. Tho commissioners af- offer a resolution that the members go Carpenter as exto recover damages for the death of a man bate with D. S. and Adam difficulty etirceeded in securing a home and stay thero. ter c?et ecutor. All his property i left to his wife whom each of tlfbm identified, as her husman competent to raansge tin penitentiary ! The contested will of and three children The Kentucky Central is in a bad way. band. and made a contract by which tne State was set for trial next Kaelin, the brutal wife murderer, haa Cornelius Travlor 'u behind in its interest on over six mil-lin- n wan not only relieved of all expento of It Monday. The Court consented to the ap of bonds, is in arrears $30,000 for been' sentenced to hang at Louisville, Sat ma. ". 1 4.1 Dointment of G M 0'-- " sltnnt a. e .u c urday, March 13. In passing sentence, the JLlHjALa.C4i.Al a net amount of ovr $33,000 for them. taxe, owes the L.& X. $75,000 and so on. Divid Paxton was scssor. Tho will of Judge told him to look no further to The condition of the penitentiary under The funded debt is $1,0.55,000 and the caphis peace probated with J B Paxton as administrator. and such ital stock 55,900,090, of which 491.000 is earthly courts for help, but make South was a disgrace to the State Henry IHnghman was released from paying of a re- at once with God. terms sp the Black Hole of Calcutta were prefem d. Hence the appointment the school tax recently voted In this disAlarmed lcit a mob would deal out it is a model ceiver. used to describe it. trict because it was shown that he lived in SO murder Secretary of State, Mr. Biyard, who summary vengenco to them the The of its kind and the commissioners deserve another. W. T. Saunders qualified as adthieves and thugs in the Louisville jail the hicheit praise for their efforts instead recently lost n daughter, Is now called up- ers, ile bonis non of Mrs. Susan mutinied Friday night and refused to go to ministrator of the vicious rebuke they have received on to mourn the death of his wife, which Saunders cells till shot guns were opened upon in from men not near their cqjals in fiJelhy occurred Sunday. She had been ill a long their wounded, when they At the speaking yesteidar afternoon J of the State. It is in- time and the shock of her daughter's them and three badly to the best interests B. P.xton, candidate for county attorney, timated that Gen. Cetro Gordo Williams, death eeenn to have hastened the deplora-b'- e Kipped in a hurry. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. led ofl by saying that he wanted to corwho is an especial friend of South, because end. rect BOine rumors about himself. It had of his efforts in his behalf during the notoLaneatter. Tne last term of Circuit Court in Casey brought out rious scramble for the Senatorehip, had a Marriage licenses were issued to Alex. been reported that he had been countv accomplished very little good. Sevby the Stanford railroad clique. He dehand in. bringing xbont the result ncd Freytay and Belle Fallonberry; J. T. eral hundred cases are on the docket, but nied it and aaid if any man could be found found the present legislature more pliable Spjonamore and Nannie Smith. only one was tried, and that was heard and only case of importance decided who asked him to run because he voted the body than the last. Bs that as it may, The judgment given with Col. O. H. Waddle on that a is alone responsible for the present disgracesince our last letter was the suit for the railroad he would withdraw; bench. There are a great many Com- in Court the majority of the Stanford voters who are ful state of affairs, which will throw 1,150 monwealth cases pending, every contin- for 51,000 by Ben. Collier and wife against railroad and T. Nava for setting dogs on Mrs. Collier. for Mr. Carpenter voted for the convicts bick upon. the charge of the State, uance of which is an expense to the county A. who voted against it a majority of those which hag prison room for only 700, haa and State, bat Attorney Warren is a candi- Judgment for $750 rendered. Carpenter A couple of weddings will take place are for him. He believed Mr. no machinery to work them and no money date for and was afraid, proba started tbe rumor, at least he had been inTestimonials from some of our best Lincoln in tho treasury to buy it. To iquip the bly, that the vigorous prosecution of a this week that will "kinder surprise folks," solicited votes for that county farmers in our possession. penitentiary and maintain and guard the criminal might cause him to lose a rote. if we are not mistaken. We could go ahead formed that he had gmiDBi ivast army of convicts will, it is said, cost The people of this section aro tired of such and call the names, but a regard for our reason. Another rumor sianeu him by Carpenter's friends was that he was CHILLED PLOWS. $450,000 the first year. The State is al- "monkey business," and want a change. personal safety cauees us to wait and see if a prohibitionist in dlszulse and not a demoready deeply in debt and something has to The December term of Casey Circuit Court tho rumors will be fulfilled. No. 2 South Bend cut 87 r0 prohibie'er. Taxation will necYour accounts are due and unpaid crat. He said in reply that the be done to relieve " No. 3 " 11 " wsb a perfect farce. fYoeemlte News. s 50 was a distinct political organizi will add 8 per cent, more if not paid by tion party essarily be increased and the people Bhould Vihtn we first biw the above, we did not " No. 1 12 " " tion and he was not a member of it, though 9 00 and no doubt will bold their lepresenta deem it worth noticing, knowing as we do Feb. 7th. All accounts not settled by cash had he in a ' 12 ' No. 10 " " 10 00 tives to a strict account for adding this un- - the thorough incorruptibility of Mr. War or note by Feb, 22, will be put in the hands had no war to make on it nor of on officer for collection. Call at once non political race any war to make on men for and unnecessary burden upon called STEEL PLOWS. but eince one or two other opposition they eifta ren, her. and settle and save cost. Thompson, the engaged in liquor traffic so long as papers have dignified it with a reproducNo. 3 Hamilton Clipper, 10 inch cut... 8 0 00 were allowed to do so by law. but that he The fight is on. The Attorney Oeteral tion, we called that gentleman's attention Jeweler. No. 3 arranged to more to Lexing- believed the law should be strictly enforced ... 0 ;,0 Paving baa at the direction of the President reto it and asked if he had any statement to liton and open a large Jewelry House there, and that Mr. Carpenter's poeltioa on the No. 4 Hamilton, with Ibtv Centre futed to rend to the opposition Senate the make in the matter. He replied substan10 50 M I will close out my present stock at low quor question was more vulnerable than his; papers in the custody of the department tially ae follows: No. 5 Hamilton, Centre Draft, 12 in. cut 11 00 while acting prices for Quh Only Diamonds, Watches, that he now owned a referring exclusively to the suspension of Furatit Bradley Sulky Plows, beat on "That republican sheet never lets an op Jewelry, Silverware, Musical Instruments, as county attorney. In hie opinion the two the late incumbent of the office of U. S, portunity para to stab me. The statement earth by plain Im38 00 District Attorney for the Southern District it makes is without truth or any color of Books, Fancy Goods, Ac. Will continue positions were incompatible of law, because it was a county Respectfully, of Alabama, and the democratic Senators in truth. Tnere was no case in the Casey to receive, each week all late style in watch plication I tbe whisky laws caucus have unanimously adopted a reso- Circuit Court at its last term continued ex- - es, diamonds, jewelry and such goods that ittnrnvi'a dnlT to see that ait on a can't lution approving the views and action of cjpt either upon written or oral affidavit, make but little bulk in moving. Thomp- were enforced. A surveygrand jury nor can a tavern-keepe- r, the president and promising a cordial sup or upon other good and just reasons. The son, the Jeweler. is or of a road, o.ner of a gtlst mill, nor any Miss Cleo W illiams, of Mt. Vernon, port. The president who seems to have Court passes upon continuance; I do not. jack, bull or the back bone that characterized some of I can not recall any instance when a single visiting Misses Lou and Ida Grant. Mrs. one who has for pay stood a B. M. Burdett haa returned from a two horse, but here is the county attorney, the his distinguished predecessors, haa a num- case was continued except upon one or the engaged In months visit to her parents at German-tow- n. legal adviser of the grand-jurber of precidents.to sustain his action, other of the two former reasons. I have D. Bnrdett and J. P. Sandifer the liquor traffic. Jack-eo- n Geo. which is undoubtedly proper. Gen. held a half dozen Courts since I hare been Responding Mr. D. R. Carpenter said went to Louisville Sunday on business. bad the same experience with a hostile a candidate and there was no reason why I Co). John B. Fish, Mt Vernon, was in town that it looked to a man up a tree like PaxSenate, but he refused to accede to its de- should begin shirking in Casey. It is Friday. Mr. Thomas Mirtin Johnston ton wis brought out by the railroad crowd; mands for reasons in removal of officers nothing but a PHARMACEUTISTS bald faced and naked effort he voted against ihs and addressed a letter to the president to stab me in the interest of its particular went to Richmond Saturday. Mrs. W. N, that all were for him till against him for were of the body in which he said. "For my- candidate, Mr. Waddle. The paper being Potts, of Richmond, is visiting the family railroad and now all of Mr. H. C. Potts. Dr. Nelson Mays will that reason, that be did own a bar room, self, I shall repel all such attempts as an republican, I do not know what business remove to Pt. Lick this week. About 25 but that it was a legitimate business and he IN invasion of the principles of justice as well it has with its cue in our fight. It seems young ladies and gentlemen, converts of had never violated the law. of the constitution, and I shall esteem it Drags, WHlU'Hper, WltiOH. Mimical to me apparent upon its face that he is tryJudge Hansford said he hopel bis two Rev. Simons', of Danville, were over SunChemical, IIoukK, I,lniior, my sacred duty to the people of the United ing to use his cudgel in Mr. IiiNtruowoHU, inWaddle's PhIiUh, Ciehi-hNfiifloncry, day attending the revival. Mr. Sam M. young friends would keep on fighting each Pocket States to resist thtm as I would the estab- terest." OIIk, NnnpR, would TohHCCoH, Cutlery, Anderson and bride left for Louisville, other and when he was elected he lishment of a Spanish Inquisition." The LatnpM, Perfumery, Fire THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Muchlu prosecute them. He showed the importheir future home, Monday morning. General adherred to his determination and A cod I having a competent man for the tance of Our Jeirelry, SIlTcrirare and Optical Hoods Department l In Charge f Col. The bill to pay grand jurors $2 per in the end, the wnole country applauded MARRIAGES. place and said If he was elected he wouldn't ITiog. Ulchards, who w 111 Repair IVatchca and Clocks promptly and Ib the beat his action, So it will also if President day was defeated in the House. Mr. William Anderson and Miss Bslle sit dumb and silent in the examlng courts The bill incorporating the Stanford Cleveland shows the tame unalterable when persona were tried for felonies; that spirit. J. Sturgess will be married Street Railway has passed the House. by Mrs. he knew he was qualified and that If electThe suit for divorce brought The Senate passed a bill repealing Louisville is getting to be a sheol of a husband ed be would devote his best energies to the every day or two the act providing compensation for Cir- S. S. Pentz against her reverend place. Murders occur on the grounds of incompatibility and out- discharge of his duties. and the citlzsn who ventures out at night cuit Clerks in Commonwealth cases. We have not the space to give even an Tho act making Commonwealth's Attor rageous temper on his part, will be tried after 10 o'clock runs the risk of losing his gone outline of tbe speeches of the other candi Three murders ney responsible for officer and witness fees at Lexington this week. Pentz has life for his recklessness. likely put in any de- dates. Mr. Warren, though suffering from reported last week, the last and worst in esse of compromise before trial was de- West and will not were recent illnws, made a capital presentation fense. of all being that of a gambler named John feated in the House. On Thursday eight Eld. Joseph Bil of his claim, while Mr. O H. Waddle The Senate refueed to release the Macoy, who was knocked senseless with a argument to prove uompany irom their con- lon united in marriage at the residence of made a very forcible sling shot made by tying a stone in a hand- aiason-roa- ra Mrs. M. E. Ferrell. her daughter, Miss that he was the right man to nominate. kerchief and afterwards shot through the tracts and they have determined to return Judge J. 8. Van Winkle then spoke for Hettle, to Mr. B. F. Dawton. Miss Hettie head. The object was robbery, but the all the convicts to tbe prison. young lady of half an hour with his usual effectiveness A bill is before the House requiring is an excoedinslv handsome highwaymen were mistaken in the man as liege lord will snd when he concluded It was so late that Over 100,000 Hold Lost Yenr.-Victori- ous In Every Field Contest. money of consequence on his bottles and packages containing poisonous 17 and we hope she and her be had no FAtMcMAPtowij-youlipuiauD)tMr. J. W. Alcorn declined to make n regbe very happy. hlu but IhsOllTtr CblllfJ 1'low, Uctw tbr ir person. Melrin Butler, Charles and Wal- medicines to be marked with a scarlet laflnt-rUto all klndi work nubrU. Ths ular speech, but instead delivered an ex- adapted Chilled, haaof roll nd willIntlotbrm ed will in mm) orloll Olivrr'i uouldbotrdi u do toft tpoti lace Sinkhorn are under arrest for the deed bel under penalty of $10 to $50 fine. icour tny metal will not ccrrodc. LAND, STOCK AND CROP hortation to bis friends in a very pleasing TbhMjleitcoatofruittbtrin irtuinulifoo It will buMitlrrlr mnorid br few minute' um. The Governor has signed the bill auIb as cleat a case against them and if there The"OUm'Mt a ihorpuibly centra draft Pluw. bating a HIoi.Idj laodilde, which doaaawaywltl plowa. Tha Ollrar Cblld I'low h.i buojrtdi of tbe preuurt found oo all I have for sale 40 head of Cotton and becoming manner. No ae now appears, there should be four execu- thorizing Laurel county to issue bonds to manufacturer will try to Imitate an Inferior plow. Tha 'OllTer"baa arrcoid unparaUaJtd In tbt build a court house and authorizing the Mules. J. Alex. Doty, Hyattaville, Ky. 4t history of plow making, from l.JOOIn 1870 to over 100,000 In ItU. Your nelft RELIGIOUS. tions on the gallows erected for you to i will tall buy the "Oil w" and take no other. It will break hard, dry f round when no mnlcB. jailers of this Commonwealth to appoint Fob Bale. 31 head Kaelin. la Itnp!a IB tee! Dick Robinson, Gar-rarIn Bichmond, Vs., every fourth per- m I,aMiT!; nf,ll,,1" u ivuuuvwi flow, which making a record here uniooallwl b aay eteel deputies. J. T. Adams, Camp wfe iuvw mu Col. Thomas L Jones, who started 6kuti Tbe Senate will discuss tbe question son is a Baptist j of the 18,652 Baptists, 13.-4At Dejarnetl's sale in Madison, mule by the way of the North for a malignant of extending the tenure of the Superior are colored. hogs 4J; corn $160; attack of the rheumatism, got as far as Court till 1890, .1 We hope it willde-cide- s colts brought $42; A revival has fast closed in the Metho-- Register. Washington, where he breathed for a few to let it expire at the time the present wheat $1; oats $1.32 to $1 40. church in Campbeltsville with 60 prodist The commissioner sold 121 acres of land fessions and 30 additions. days the atmosphere which delights the law fixes. and office seeker and entirely recovered. It is Mr. Anderson, of Garrard, has pre- lying near Mr. T. J. Foster's yesterday The meetine at the Trtsbyttrlan eaid that new hope, which springs eternal sented an act fixing the allowance for pau belonging to the Hicks, for $4,435 to Mr. church, which has resulted in 15 confessions in the human breast, is his and that he per idiots at $50 instead of $75 as now. D. Eubanks. mnA annul ravtvil of relieiOD amODIt the dsilsss ia- Eld. J. Q. Montgomery sold to Bruce members, will likely dote today. Dr. J. bow thicks the Austrian Mission may pos- Better require each county to care for its sibly go his way. It was a lovely thought own idiots and there will be fewer of them & Lee 14 mules at $99. Mr. M. has just M. Evans, who has preached so faitntuliy Drugs, Books, Stationery and returned from tbe South where he found and so eloquently, will carry way with and completely made the "lovely" gentle-ma- n on the public charge. Fancy Articles. doll. forget the ills of aching bones. We Representative Denton, of Pulaski, of- tbe mule trade very him the good wishes of all Ood s people. PhylclaD' prescription! arcurately compounded. Del., A special from Wilmington, earnestly hope be will get the mission or fered in" the House a rather comprehensive Brother Barnes says in bis letter, which Information from various sections of something else. jaamWSlsawaaW VKa. resolution of inquiry as to the rights en says: we give in this issue, that if the Lord will, districts of the peninsuSenate has by a vote joyed by colored people in Kentucky, or of the d he and his family will start home in March The gives assurance that the trees have not via Australia, reaching this countrv in of 20 to 6 repealed the act authorizing which they are deprived, and wasconsidera la by tbe cold weather. Ths Largest Stock of Watohes, Olooks, of the Geological survey, bly surprised to have it immediately adopt- thus far been affected time to bold a summer meeting In Cincin the completion for a good crop next season Jewelry and Silverware under the impression no doubt that it was ed. No chance for the political capital in The prospects Oners House. This will be nati at the are very good up to this time. acting in the interest of retrenchment and that. glorious news to his friends in this sec Ever bought to thli market Price Lower than Yesterday was a dull court day and the Loweat. Watches, Clock i and Jewelry Be- reform. But that kind of business is like tion. palred on abort nolle and Warranted. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. everybody was crying about hard times, corking up the spile, while the bung re. of the Methodist Rev. W. L. Stamper, Ex Gov. Neil Brown is dead at Nash. The crowd was small. But little business church, writes that he is holding a promains open to let the lluid out. J. be surTHE SEMI.WEEBXY was transacted and no cattle were sold pub"8TAN1-OHD- , incalculable benefit to the rille which has vey has been of KY. Ltndjey Buckler and Crlpp Hyde licly. There were only about 30 on the tracted meoting in Vanceburg, and we trust the House will not folto the State jail at Lebanon and are still at large. market. Mark Wakefield bought of W. H, so far resulted in 125 secessions broke low in the wike of the senior body. church. He says he has had over 200 ac Gen. John W. Finnell, by a fall at Barlleson a pair of mulee $200. cecslons since he has been on the work fa pulillihid erery Tnwufay and Friday at The count of the coin in the New York Carlisle, broke the "small bone in one of Oar young English farmer, Mr. Waltbe Mt. Sterling Bentinel. Jow price of shows five cent more than bis legs near the ankle. has, notwithstanding the bad ter Raymond, Dr. Lighthall, the humbug who wore weather, saved G8 out of 71 lambs, some of TUOjIHUXAHN PEI6 YEAR. the books call for, and the republicans will The Postmaiter General hts decided that begin again to prate about their honesty. diamonds to the value of $100,000 and had them remarkably fine ones, and all looking hereafter photographs are to bs rated as Nobody doubts there is as much money in $20 gold pieces for coat buttons and who well. He is much pleased with his success printed matter. Ucder this ruling, phothey say there is; the frauds would draw a croird by thro win? handfulls and his friends hero and ab-othe treasury will be tographs can now be ecnt by the payment OK ALL I ( ' stealages have all bem under cover of of silver dollars ia the street, died at San glad to heir that he las become one of our o'i-!ctj(l of, as and Antonio, last week of small-polaw and vouchers. one ceru an ouuie. moat promising young farmers. Neatly und Chonply Exooutod. nal It has been discovered that the fbor of the Legislative Hall at Frankfort is slowly sinking and is liable at any time to come smashing down up in the heads of the We judges of the Court of Appjals. would dislike to see the judges hurt, but if the falling in of the building would forever adjourn the rrestnt Legislature i' would pjrhapj be better for tho 8tate. The House U'ed the discovery as a blind to entb'e it to adjourn till Tuesday, but the real reason was moat of the members wanted to go to Louisville as usual Sunday and detired to have Monday to return on and sober up. Southern Baptlita have sent out four teen new missionaries ADDITIONAL LOCAL. during this conven- - H (0 PLOWS ! PLOWS PLOWS 0 ! 0 We have just a large invoice of very best brands of 0 01 0 ... T PLO WS I w 1 To-da- brated South Bend Chilled Plows and tlie old reliable Hamilton Clipper Steel. Look at our prices and compare them. Every Plow lliv; risa. WA" n Q H 10 W&3B&3S3SD, - 10-iuc- h 0 i "11 i bar-roo- it bar-keep- JBJRIGIIT fc METOALF. y M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, DKALGll & STAGG, Stanford, Ky., u Arm, r. to-da- lbor-oug- 10 to-d- ay Penny & M' Aligter PHARMACISTS, -- peach-growin- g short-sighte- JEWELERS. mj.t . ' - W. P.WALTON, Pro'r. ad !(' "WOI.3E3L CLAS-K- e, Interior Journal ranmm eJ by Jim Gragg, who volunteered to go with Sheriff Menefee and show where the Anmv line of Hamburg Enbroiderlca Tho Citizens of tlio jIcKlnnojr Section rest of the stolen goods were. Some 15 or 20 of the McKinruy section people went February 2, 1880 and Linen Lnceint 0sJey & Craig's. Stanford, Ky., Consulate Themselves Into n along and in a hollow log in the woods Yigllnnco Committee, Da B 0. IIooiCEii lost n hone Sunday njar Gragg's house several sacks of them QualnooB Mnnngor, night, G. O. WAIVTON, supposed to have been stoltn. Sec found. Gragg then said that more of the Bag tho Robbors and Oapturo tho goods were at Sim Hahan's and thither the description in another column. l.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Boodlo. parly went. A eearch revealed numerous We hare given those indebted to us fair pairs of boots, shoes and other articles . I M r. M. Mall train going North We mint have our money and ,.., IB r. m. warning. eouin ..... 1 81 At M. will proceed to collect at once by law. Ed TIMkK CHt'F.US for.the K01II.K MTTM. AIW sewed up in bed ticks and pillows and the Honth KtprMttraln" n 03 A M n Horn., old man and his daughter wero taken in tnlston & Oarsley. WitKNgood and lar.Ioing cilizjna com- charge for concealing stolen goods. Gragg roe hjoif It calculated oa standard lira . HoUr The announcement of tint death of Mr. bine against crime and criminal, both are also implicated Wells and in his possession d li about 30 minutes faster W. T. Green, formerly ut this pi ice, whirh sure to I v banished from the ciuntry. A some suspenders were found Ha too was LOCAL NOTICES. appears in our Crab Orchard luttsr, will lint of thieves and tlnus has (1 turished arrested and George Diugherty, who final Buy your school books from Pouny A bring sadness to the hetrU of miny friend for somn tiuis within a fuvr mile of Mo- - ly admitted that he had been with Gragg McMister. and relative In thin county. Kinney, and although a number of tho oc- in a number of robberies, was taken in too. WATCiirfl and Jewelry repaired on short cupants have repeatedly been before the Gragg also cjnfesd that with Daugherly notice and warranted by Penny A McAlla- Those democrat who wandered ofl after courts the officers wre pntmlee to afftct and others, he stole bee gums from John Remedy, the origi- '(range goda and voted for St. John at the anything In the way of breaking it up. Beck and Will Biiley, a hog from Mr. Buy tlie Hok nal and only gpnulnr, from Penny A.McAl- - lat election, are ra'uln the q lestion as to The recent burgUrv of the rtoro of F. M. Smith, chickens frooi others and so on whether tlmt will exol'i'le them from vol Wart--, wLtn re rural hundred dolltiri wotth Altogether a worse set has never held A coMn.mE stock of jewelry, latost Ing in the county primary election. of goods wero stolen, wa the caure of a sway in the county and if tho citizens sue- Hockford watched a specialty. IW style. ny A McAlister. The Kentucky Central ha been placed general uprising f the cit!zns, after ce2d in breaking it up they will have perIn the handa of a receiver by Judge Barr, the iiher'iTvhb his pne had failed to dii- - formed a lasting good to that section. Sun "personal. . ol the L o. court. .Mr. it. I- - ii untii) n Lc i,.).ii' r to una any ol day the Sherifl nnd others went to the i t i Gov. J. 0 Gives, of LoutsTittt?, was ton, n nephew of C P Huntington, it tlif enacted parlies Tlie ciiiznn knew neighborhood of Milledgeville hcpiriR to principal owner, waa appointed to the ig- almost to a.dtad certslmr where the goods find more of the stolen goods, but they rehire Yesterday. ac-Tho- se Mrwicic I vleillnK .Mrs. nition. Heavy suits agalnit the road are had i;nne, for a few nijhis aftf r the robbery turned without making any further disMi8d said to have forced matttr to a crista. The Messrs J. W. Lssley, A. G Coder, Allen coveries. J. II. Hocker. Iltv. AND Mng. F. 8. Poi.utte return-e- d road has been operated by the Chesapeake Smith and William Campbell had destitTwe'e shares of stock in the First NaA Ohio and placing it in the handa of a uted tlimetves a corps of detcc'.ives and from Maoti county Saturday. tional Bink oflered by Bull Guest, were Mk. It. I Chawwhi), of LoutsTllle, receiver will not effect much of a change. had Iain around Ihe dwellings of the withdrawn yesterday at $110 and $118 Stringers, (Inline and Grieg, where they mother of Mrs. A. H Mcflett. la h r K"ct. Oon Hustonville correspondent handa overheard conversation ufficient to satisfy Mn Thomas McKonEitTs, of Din-Titl.it iv autebtirkhestk us the following: "Considerable excite- them who the guilty psrlie were On spent a day or two with hli brother, ment U growing up in the Went End over this information search warrants were John M. McKjberU, t. the development of a youthful clairvoyant, placed In the hands of the shrrifl, but ns Mn.ANnMiu. W.G. Dunn are jn English & School, midway between a lad of tome 14 year. He claims to have stated nothing wss fonnd at their houtes, tmlnj; to more to a farm HUSTONVILLE, KY. frequent Interview; with dliemboJIcd spi- though the rfficer was satisfied that someLancaster and BriantsTU'e, where they rit; and persona who have communicated thing was wrong when all six of the ownwtll begin The Spring Term will open Monday, FebMrs. Eugenia with him aeem to be seriously puxzled to ers of the houses searched were abient. Mm. M. B. MoAuarLM, ruary 81880, I withold ConfiJent for his revelation. . 4X) mf vwvr73 Whitley and M" Mattie McAlUter left account that they knew the thieves, the li W name for the present. The youth, how- following named citizen', hfirily atuud Wednesday for Homo, Oi.f where Mis JIIsh II. UUJIGIX, i let- - ever, U of good family and rellble, and and determined to bring the guilty ones DMt Mattie will attend Hchool.-fDanevidently believe what he aflirmi." formed into parties at to punishment, LOST. Rev. J. M. CoLrxur, of Lincoln for the work: J. W. Lnsley, W. A dkuhkkn negro named John Welch conntT, wan In Nelson this week. His ruthed into T. R. Walton' store about A CifWy, John Bck, Janfe Diugherty, many old friends will bo pleased to learn BlleTrd tohiTebecn itolen, from my stable it 8 o'clock Friday night with drawn pistol, W. C. Cash, Jitnes Yocum, Jeff Austin, TumerilllHuodr night He ti a large bar that he l,rap!dlj realnmn hla health. R r. Martin, R.hert Smith, N J. 8mith, rom, eight years ol J an 1 was marked on inoaMdr hallooing "They are after me" and making iroiii fitiula. Auy Information In regard to htm Record. wild demonstration with the weapon, Mr. C C Smith, T.J.Smith, A. B. Smith. J. will be rewarded Col. Hall Andeiisos, Ule postmaster N. tl.JlOCKEIt. Mark Hardin, the clerk, feeing him ap- B. Smith, O.J. Smith, A G. Coffey, John 3Wt at Lancaster, bought hl bixt and other proaching, immediately reached for his Carroll, Gibe vonQrunigsn, Jacob Gander. fixture hrre yesterday atd it (join; to pistol and bringing it to bear on the negro, Adolph Durschee, Cbrlsti Ador, Emanuel CaMiI DATES. help bit relative, Cspt- - K'chards, till he caused him to sink down behind some bar- Sumee, Adrian Aliger, C Shopher, Oicar can o1I the craft alone. rels As the night was bad and there waa Shopher, Eoiil Seibenthal, E. Bumee, Jr , The Joie de Vie club gae a compli llllld paining on the street, Mr. Hardin J icob Sweever and John Houwert. SWOPE mentary hop at Btaub's theatre, last night Proceeding to the premises of the sus- Ii a Candidate for County Clerk of L'ncolo, subject save he kept him cove'ed in that position to the action of the Democracy. to Mima Jan Buchanan, Crab Orchard, pected partie, at an esrly hour Fridi-ltiittonyllle, Ky., Cora for nearly a half an hour, when some one Ky., Cloe Igan, and pwed and he gave the alarm. The negro night, tbey secured Willis Stringer GEORGE II. COOPER WlUon, Chattanooga, and Lady Parcy, waa apparently aa wild as a March hare taking him out to the woods told him be lI!e ! a randldat for Cou .ty Clerk of Lincoln, subject piper Greenrille, .. ,!.... t . iuhi i . iii inn ti..i...i..a land it took six strong men to lodge him must iqneal or die. Rlievln? that the to the action of the I emocrallc rirty. . .i.i.. iiLiirr ic (in n i r w he remained till next moring, men meant businem and seeing that thry .. 1.V1.1.' .!... lr. W. lUmnion.t Jall.v were provided with a rope and that a can JAMES P. BAILEY when he waa let out with a small fine. Mr. Bosley is to see us vrsterdav. venient limb stretched out over bis bead, It a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the acbuckles getdng out a capital piper and Suicide John Schnieder, a Germsn the fellow was so paralyzed with fear that tion ol the democratic party. down to the work with the will of a veter- citizen of this vicinity, committed suicide bis vocal organs refused to articulate and it an. It gives us pleacre to know that he is Friday morning bf shooting himself in the wss reveral minutes before he could utter T. D. ZWEH LAND nroinerlng breast with a carbine. He bad been a an intelligible sound. When his tongue la a cand IdaU lor SberlS of Lincoln county, sub great sufferer from a lung trouble and last was loosened, however, he gave the whole ject to the actlonof the democracy. LOCAL MiUiNi. . summsr told Mr. Pttsr Straub, with whom thing away, told the names of the robbers W. L. DAtYHON Fort Rent. Two suites of rooms. E.P. he worked aa tinner, that no soon as be was and where the goods were. The following Owsley. unablo longer to be of service to himself men were then after some reconnoiling It a candidal for Jailer ol Lincoln County, sub ject to t be action of the Democratic party. every line can U or family and was confident that death was taken ic charge: Jarr es Gragg, Wlnford The best goodi in inevitable, be intended to relieve himtelf Stringer, Craig Gragg, Willis Stronger, found at T. R. Walton'a. BAM. M . OWENS Recently he had James Stringer. William Hahan, David It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, aub-Jefrom further suffering. or Rent. W. H. to the action of the Democratic party. Home tor Sale MERCHANT TAILOR. became very much worse and unless kept Stringer and Nelson Stringer. Several brick cottage on Sjmerset atreet. constantly under the Ullaence of an opiate, sicks of the goods were found in a ravine II. CARPENTER, I hare receUed and itlll receiving Poeeinn given at once If delrd. R. 8. suflsred intensely. Fridsy morning while wher the voung man had stated and then Ljtle- at Connty Attorney, wife ws out milking, be sent his Utile the whole party and the boodle were It a Candidate for his tubject to the action of the Democratic paity. Lost at the Presbyterian church, a s:n, an only child, out of the house on brought to McKlnney and thence to S an- please some trivial errand, and while he wss ' black Cwhmere Shawl. Finder will ford. X. W. HUGHES Comprising the bot In the market, which will be Lucy gone, did the long contemplated deed by They arri red here about noon and the leave It at thla office and oblige Miaa It a Candidate lor superintendent Public Ecoolt Gotten Up in Stylo holding the muzzle of the carbine to his thirty men armed with all manner of guns, of Lincoln county. and Mako Socond to Nono m City or Country. Burton. . trigger with his toe from the blunderbuts up, together with prisoners now eat the bread breast and pulling the Give Mo a Trial. Seventeen When the wife and son ran to the houre'j side arms, presented the most war-lik- e REV. J. A. BOGLE of idleneaa in our conntyjall. A whippinghearing the report of the weapon, he spectacle that the town had known since on It a Candidate for Superintendent Public Schools post would cure about half of them of their was dead, and the nature of the wound the Crab Orcbird troubles. The prisoners of Lincoln, tubject to the action of the Democpropensity. criminal racy. showed that bis death must have bcn in were at once taken before Judge Varnon, The week of mud and drisxle nded in stantaneous. Mr. Schnieder had been in when Hahan and Winford Stringer confess, W. B. WITHERS another enow and a cold snap. Yeiterday this country but three year He had ac ed thai they and Jim Gragg were the showed ita face and was heartily quired a pretty fair use of our language guilty parties. After a talk with the wit- It n Candidate for Auettor, tubject to the action the suo oftba Democracy. welcomed alter Ita long ohicority. and for a laboring man was of unuiual nesses, Judge Hill, representing the oun-t- y Pow Intelligence. He was an honest and conattorney, moved to discharge old man E. D. KENNEDY As tow a were tht pricea of 8. L. have cut scientious man and was liked by all who Divid Stringer aid his son Nelson and the a Candidate for Aueasor, tubject to the action ol era A Co. before, they seem to It His family have some money court so ordered. The other six men were the Democratic puty. knew him. advertisethem half in two. Read their he leaves them taken to jail on their failure to give bill for In their own right and ment on our firit page nd strike for their y. a small estate. $200 each and their trials set for GEORGE S. CARPENTER tore. There are rumors that a certain notorious It a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to the acMoonshiners J cooed. Deputy CollecCapt.ThomM Rich The new postmaster, Wallace E. Varnon Is much elated over character in former years is mixed up in tion of the Democracy. rds. has rented the store room of W, P. tor the success of a raiding expedition on the robbery and that some large dsvelop- Walton for the office and will take charge M. JOHNSON from ments will be made at the trial. moonshiners in Whitley county, in a few days. The location gi'M general The noble little army that tcok the mat- Ita Candidate for Aateasor of Lincoln county, tub which he returned FridaT 'He brought ject to the action ol the Democracy. satisfaction a it is as central as it could back pieces of a worm and still that he ter in their own hands deserve the greatest possibly be. , diitroyed, which he shows with pardonable praise. They are determined to put the WILLIS C. BARNETT v.n-m- i Attention. Rfiular meU pride. For many years put Brackston lawlessness down in their midst and merit la a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln 10 K. of II. will ing of Hon Lodge No. King and Thomas Rom have, in a cave hid aa they do receive the plaudits of all law county, tubject to primary elettlon of the Demoon hereafter be held at Oid Fellowa' Hall away in the forest covered mountains of and order loving people. It will be ob- cratic party. nights of each the 1st and 3rd Thursday Whitley, far from any human habitation served by tbeir names that thirteen of the Sale-jf- ine W. T. SAUNDERS number are our new Swiss settlers. They Cattle. month. A foil attendance of tht memberi except their own, plied their nefarious By order of meeUnga. responded to the call promptly and render- Is a Candidate tor Jailer, tubject to the action ol ,Btveeo the 20th anTthe last of thla month, I Two pedigreed Jersey is desired at these unmolested. The capacity of the esCows; two i Jersey Cows, will open a handtome Una of ladles' and inlaaes' the Democracy. two Jersey Cows, lour X Jersey Cows. Will the Llge. A. A. Warrtn, Reporter. cambric and linen undanrear. the Tery best qualtablishment was' 10 gallons a day and as ed great assistance in accomplishing the ity, direct from New York. Please, do not forget calTsfromth isthof February to the JOth gratifying results. The act shows that of that i win alto open a handsome Una or Millinery T. M. PENNINGTON The convict, Bryce Redman, capturedn they found ready sale for tbeir manufact- they are worthy and qualified to make us April lit. In the cszt issue I stall state where March, 18M. All are extra good milkers and glr-l-n ito-teure, it has been the source of great profit tub-ec- t milk. With calf by Thorndalo Boy, who Is Marshal Newland last week with a by my room will be. It a Candidate forJCbtmty Clerk ol Lincoln, capital neighbors and friends. rrglttertd in the A. M. J. C. & Book. to the action of tb. Democracy. MRS KATE DVDDKMAR. horse, waa taken back to the Kenaee to them. Upon information furnished by At the rotUOffice. Of the very hard eet lodged in jail, Jim or a fellow, Mr O. CARPEXTKB. The hnrte, which make W. 8. Bates, a dsre-devmines, Saturday. B. PAXTON Varnon, accompanied by Deputy Marshal Gragg la undoubtedly the worst. He bru he baa stolen, was the proper-tthe third that got-tt- n Hughes and a poue, went him last week tally murdered a negro man aoae time ago, It acand data for County Attorney, subject to the ! of H. O. BonU, of Mercer, end waa ! me nrti saiuraay in Friday, after paying and after a winding march over hills and but escaped the punishment he to strongly rlmary election to occur arcn. by that gentleman ON because there was no witness save offered. through ravines, they reached tho place. deserved rr. x,. log the reward of $25 that he bad Late or Bererly. W. Vs.. baa remored to Mt. Varhis brother, who was an aider and abettor JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD non and offert lils aortlces to the public la a very naraenea crimin.i buu The Collector and party charged upon the Redman I mmt have yonr taxes now. Indu'genoe can no and in the crime. It is also aald that he killed aasorted lino of Drug, longer be gtren. to reeoit to Attorney said that all he minded on being returned distillery and the Marshal and the others It a Candidate for Coanty Democracy. ol Lincoln, disagreeable duty Ioldo not with them, w oblige the m.rg?iffl!J'tiD J'.wofPtJoaa when hand.S me letting for flllii b? was sure to get on upon the bousn of the men, BiUa leading a negro in Kansas and had to run off to tubject to the action of the e and sate youreelfcottt by settling at once. yard. Glre was the strapping he apart of your patronage. save himself, He has been in jail here penalty that the latter charge. Fierce bull dogs sprung v. JF. XEnEFEE, S3m T. M..DAXIELS, Jf, . his naked Uh, the certain JUDGE T. W. VARNON several times on charges of stealing, pistol 'Jl tf Sherlll Lincoln County. shots laid them awaited the escaped convict on his capture. at them, but to the office of Counmiddle of out and in a moment the door of the houie ctrrying Ac. We trust he will not get oil' It a Candidate for aaya be got away about the He ty Judge, tubject to the action of the Democracy. running away from the guard waa knocked in nnd tho men, King and this time as he has before, but that he will SALE. December by Ron), who were in bed with their wives, ar be given the fullest penalty attaching to -- , fed twice at blni and that for a quarMT. VEBNON, KY. JAMES W. ALCORN Hundred and Twenty-Fiv- e Barrels. he got an old rested before they knew of the presence of his crime. Hahan aems to be the only one ter, the only money be had, feel his degraded position, expresses sor- la a Cadldate for Circuit Judge in the thliDlt-trlc- t, Made by W. M. Ball, one, two This oM and a citizen of their unwelcome guests. In the meantime to and; three yean Hotel it iUII mainfu eject to the action of the Democracy. shirt and a pair of pinto from be punished. The taining Ita tine reputation. Charge old. Apply at once to maae nia wsy io v,obi. Mr. Varnon had ctptured the distillery row and s&vb he ought to reasonable. Pulaski. He then 8peclal attention to the tratellng public. others are recklead devils and when lodged J. A. VYTLE, Admr. where he staid tilt after Chris,, and with axes and clubs were reducing it WARREN R. C. ' '. that fearfully cold to irorthlessneflp. About 1,500 gallons of in jail danced and cavorted like it was the Mt. NernoD. Kt. . mas. He waa out in the office of lor acme of fun, Mr. Ware is exceedingly It a Candidate Attorney ol theto Sth Judicial Dlt beer were let out to course ita way down and got severely weather in January the mountain and a good deal of meil, proud of the action of his fellow citizjns trlct, tubject to the action ot tho Democracy. having to lay up several days. and staid a some kegs and a small quantity of whisky in the matter and atk. us to return his he went to Louisville O. H. WADDLE aCPKESKMIMI then to an destroyed. Mr. Varnon says that had the heart felt thanks. He has a right to be w.ek with hla mother and; deeply grateful to them and bo havo all of Ita Candidate for Commonwealth1! Attorney of CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Woodford, pawing through men not been surprised, Ihe two could have fc uncle's in tho 8th Judicial Dlf 'rlct, tubject to the acllon.of night. On bts kept back a small army as the place was us who despise crime. the Democratic parly. Frankfort on the train at Manufacturer tf the Celebrated On Saturday four more of those implicatfrom Bonta nnd naturally so well fortified aa to make it alSTANFORD, KY. wav here he etole the hone jail: Old EAGLE S1IIKT, JOHN S. VAN WINKLE ., of his wife when capturea most impregnable. The men were taken ed lu the robbery were lodged inMag Sink-horr n.r.r. hi. tArvtfM in ihn riAnnlA et R anfarri and 33 NVrtS TV t Hahan, his daughter, Mrs. t, Candidate for Circuit Judge of the 8th ii.. v. u treateJ well at the to Some tart and held for further trial In Sam ti '"' 'IRtPlirA Tlclnlty. LoniPxpeiIecfl.n(l careful attention tie miu in" mw Hiram Welle and George Daughertv. ita tubjoct to the Primary election cl the n,-.D1 Building matorlal ' tv-- I v,..ir'Vi("'.S':.H,,'r."J the ma- rguarautHf tatltliciieii. wr 'lnnli'e to give iioj,,,-.- ,. to be held the lit baturday In March, ery onco. 631 Brgaiway. y mines and only left because r Ucicrlptlcn furnished at low rates. wero arrested on information furnish mc. ptrty They 4uu to iiu.eu to Loumile. ( ng m MoHHSta aultablfl for sugar-curitery cheip at T. R. Walton'. hama GOT 'EM. LOWER PRICE S ...-- 1J -- As times are hard and 'money scarce, J have determined to sell goods this year ON A SMALLER 1 m -- Hb MARGIN i j Than heretofore to Cash custom ers and those who pay their e, -- Classical counts promptly. who do not pay thus I don't intend to sell to at all. Working on this plan, I will be enabled to sell &ra houae-keeplni- r. rlifift'"' TllIa v, Tb1,L. mvwt&&vk GgBMg &OWg'8 Mc-Kinn- HORSE Than any one else, quality of goods considered. If you have any doubt of the above, give me a trial and be convinced of its J. 1. y truth. MiM.-Knoxf- "i, J3W&S3 Cor. Main & Somerset Streets. Stanfoed, Ky. C. H. ct RUPLEY, I. NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER Wall Paper, Furniture, to-da- Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. J. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, bus-Ine- sn THE IAT JEST! For 78-2-m il y J. "tf THE IiAST TAX-PAYEK- S. CAI.TL or. Notice court-hous- iAmEr,. well-directe- d WHISKY TOR NEWCOMB HOTEI4 n 80-- m "' frost-bitte- n, Frank Allison. J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. W' Jacob Miller Hon, n, DIt-trlc- -- 1 '- Dcm-ocrit- lc -y 88-l- refuidtolethimbea"trust). .' Stmi-SSccW- n Interior jgimniai THE VISION BILL NYE WRITES CONCERNING THE PRACTICAL THEORETICAL DRAMA. AND nil Groat Schema SUjo Tor n W'ax Coinpnnjr TIio Catclilnesi or Small-Fo- x on the Introducing Hell Gate Dlot, Etc Iftoston Globe. Hs)., Dkah Sir: I bare just recaived your fnxor of yesterday, in which you ask me to unlto with you in tho construction of a now play. This Ilea has boon suggested to mo before, but not in such a way as to inaugurate the serious thought which your letter has stirred up in my seething moss of mind. I would liko very much to unlto with you in the erection of such a dramatic structure that people would cheerfully como to tliis country from Europe oui board with us for months in order to soo this play every Hauiilk, The following letter wa written roeently reply to Mr. Scott Marble, author of Stato' Attorney," "Black Diamond," "Over tho Garden Wall." etc., etc., who proposal Uie matter of writing a play Jointly: Hudson, Win., Oct. 13, 1835. Scon In night SHOULD FIE DONF, HUT HOW? attention of our families Would you mind tjlllnj me, for instance, how to write a play r You have been in the business before, and you could tell me, of course, some of tbe salfont points about it. Do you write it with a typewriter, or do you dictate your thoughts to somo one who does not resant belnz dictated tol Do you wntoaplay and then dramatizs it, or do you write the drama and then play on it? Would it not be a good idea to securo a plot that would cost wry little and then put tho koboh on it, or would would put up the lines tlrst and thou bang tbe plot or drama, or whatever it Is, on the lines! Is it absolutely necessary to have a prologue I If so, what is a prologue) Is it like a cata-kyuGOOD' IDEAS, BUT CRUDE. k You will surely agree with mo that somebody ought to write a play. Why it has not bwii done long ago I cannot undontand. n A comediau told 1110 a year ago that he hadn't beon able to look into a paper for sixteon months. He could not even road over the proof of his own prws noticos and criticism? to ascertain whether tho printer had ust them up as be wrote them or not, simply because it took all bis spars timo off the stago to examine the manuscripts of plays that bad been submitted to blm. But I think we could arrange it so thafi we might together construct something In that line which would at loast attract tile well-know- A CASE OF COMING wo have been given the ARtncyof Dr. Marcblifa Sold by all Druggists. guaranteed Tbo notlco of the airy young centloman Italian Pile External, behind the bar had by this t!m9 been nt. to cure or money refunded-Inter- aal, trnctod to the singular proceedings bore de- - Blind Hleedlng or Itching Pllss. Price 60c a box. scriDeo. fallowing tuo look of tho tall, For aale by Penny A McAlliter, Druggists. slender man, he, too, soemod deeply surprised by what be saw. Tho short, stout Daughters, Wires and Mothers. " wn Jnnkln- - tralght ahead of We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marthlni's in Hint . Kiduev m.iy be irev tilled him at bis oxclted companion, anl tbo excure Female Dla bv imnfjiiH", renewing, and luvlgoratln; pression of bis face indicated that he was thollcon.a Female Kemcdy, t aud eases, aucb aa Ovarlin troubles, Inflammation the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparill.i. VTlitn, considerably couojrneJ regarding what bearing very liko that person's mental un- - Ulceration, Falling and DUplaceweH or throush debility, the action of the kldnc.vs felling, Irregularltles.'Barrenneu, Change o I balancing. Jioanwblle the fly was proceed down Is perverted, tbeso organs rob the blood of ing with the utmost apparent indifference Llfc.Leuchorrhoes.hestdesruany weaknesses springits needed constituent, albumen, which U Headache, Bloating, Spiupon uis uownward walk. He crossed the ing from the above, like passed off iu tbo urine, while worn out upper oyelid. strolled sodatoly out to the nal Weakness, Sleeplessness. Nervous Debility, center of the eyeball, nud pausoX The p.lnltatton ofthsneart.de. For tale by Drug- - matter, which they should carry off from the Muck), is allowed to remain. By tho tall, slender man gavo utterance to a hoarso gists. Prices l and SI 80 per bottle Send to Dr. gurgle, and thon turnod quickly upon bis J B. Marchlsl, Utica, N. V., for pamrhlet, free. uio of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the Kidneys per weelc hoel and fU 1 wildly from thn room. Aa tbe For sale bv Penny A McAlUter. Druggists. nre restored to proper nctlon, and AlbuA CENTRAL CHARACTER. green buize doors slammed behind bis reminuria, or I could oho write tbe lines, I think, for treating form he left tho short, stout gentleTHAT HACKING COUUH can be se quickly tho young man who como In wearing a man looking after him in great amazjment, cund by Sblloh's Cure. We guarantee It. M.L. light summer ciuo atid n seersucker coat so anl tbe airy young person behind tbo bar Bourne. tight that' you can count bu vertebra?. I Blaring fixedly into the eyo of bis solitary WI..L YOU &UFFEII with Dyspepsia and Livcould write what he woull say without customer. Shlloh'a Vltallrjr is guaranteed to er Complatut groat inentnl strain, I think. I mu t nvold is prevented. Ayer's Sarsaparllla alo "What on earth can bo tb9 matter with cure you. For by M. I Bourne. mental strain or my Intellect might plit blmP murmurolthj nhort, stout centla- preveuti Inflammation of the kidneys, and 8LEEPI.E38 NIGHTS, made miserable by that uuimi iur wick, as x wouiu De a mental man. other disorders of these organs. 3Irs. Jaj. terrible cough. Shlloh'a Cure Is the remedy for wwck, good for nothing but tj strew the "Matter enough, I should siy," responded you. ror taieai ? W.'WcId, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Tlaln, wwu.uu i. shoro of time with mysolf. V.iriom other tbo young gantlaman thus addros.oJ. 3Iuss., writes: C ATA K ft II COUED, health and sweet bream hac had a complicacruJe ideas present tb'jmselvos ti my mini, ' "Can it bj the del!-- cout!nu3d tho quesStilloh's' Catarrh Kemedy, I"rice 60c tion of Uheasev, but my greatest trouble s cured but they need to b) elotued. You will say tioner, In affable Interest v by M L. ltourpe. has been with my kidneys. Four bottles that this Is umiecaisiry. ,1, kuow you will 'It Is clthor thatora very good imita- Natal injector free. For tale at ouca reply that, 'for tho ktagj, the less tion of It" Then, honing ovor tha of Ayer's Stiraparilla made mo feel liko Arnica Salve bar, the Bucklen's you cloth an idoa tho moro popular It n new pmon; nn well and strong us airy young person contluuol in a confidenTbebcstSi'TO In the world tor Cut. Brula bo, but 1 could not conont to havs oven a tial tone. "If he hasn't got the ever." "V. 31. McDonald, 40 Summer t., bait Rheum,' Kever Borea, Tetter, Chapped lara thought of mine make an appearance and If I haven't got 'em too, perhaps you SorfJ, lioMon, 3Ias.,bad been troubled for jetr Hands, Chilblains, Corna and allbkln Uraptloni, night nftor nljht bjforo a culttvatq.l eau explain to mu bow It lj tint a 11 has and positively cures Piles, or uo pay rulred. I, w llh Kidney Complaint. Ily tho use of audtonco. been rambling uroun I for the past flvo u money Ayer's Sirsaparilla, ho not only What do you think of introducing a con-sin- e Is guiranteod to give perfect atlf.ctlou,or your left eye." ca o or small.pos on tbn stasc? Yi u refundnl. Pnee M cent p--f box.. For sale by 'Goodness me!'' oxclalmed tho short, stout wy in y.mr letter that jvhat tbj.Aunrican gontlcmub, tearing off bifspaotachs with a rtnny A MeAHster. people clnmorfortl somothluVatcliy.'' (jesturo which caused tile suldea" doparture the n fatal fonn, from Wonderful Cures. That won! J bo catchy, and il would n!0 of tho Insect "That is my glasj eye, and I but w ivtorvil to perfect health. John u itssl.'. , vrnoieaaie W. D. IIoytA to hadn't tin faint t uotlon dear me, dear McLellan, cor. llrldgo and Third sts " hate been temn WHAT KIND OF DIET! me." KlsUolRome.Ua., J i .' person al. tit iIah a nil Lowell, Mass., writes: 'Tor several ) tars I wish you would nNo tell mo what kind Tbe nlry young behind 'the bar Dr. King's New Ulacotery, r.iecmo mun. 1IiT8 n T I tuuvrt'il from Dpepii:i mid KIduy jf diet you confine yourself to whllo writing Arnica Palvo for laved a long sigh of reliof, and tha short, a play nnd how you go to work to procure Complaint, Uio latter belly so severe at goo la that cll as well, or glvo such rjui man waixeu slowly out er handled time tli.it I could scarcely attend to my it Do you live on n mixed diet or on your universal aatlafactlon. There have been some rolativoU Would you soak your head while A Very IJail Practice. wonderful cures effected by tueaemeuiciDe in worl.. Mynppetlto was poor, und I was pronounce-- Consumptl n iv play, or would yuu soak wrltlns Several caies of Hartford Tost. your much emaciated; but by using a lew hot overcoat? I desire to kuow all these thins, She had just dropped in for a morning have been entirely cured by the uieol because, Mr. Marble, to tell you the truth, down-towcall on "Do you know tics of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In conncc I am h ignorant about this mittar as the Uicoly, doar,'' said she, "that it Is awfully Hon with Electric Bivms. We guarantee them uaoo uuuorn. in tact, poitrity would (1) warm; but I suppose I must wear this f alwsya. Bold by Penny A McAllster. have to get up early in too morning to dolnnn auyhowj" "Oh, didn't know less about play writing than I have noticoyou bad 7it on. I it the same An Enterprising. Reliable House. ono uco)djd lu kaowliig. upon you had last yearP "Xo, It isn't, I'd have Penny A McAlliter can always ha relied If we are to make a kin I of comedy, my you know. It's brand new, and you know everything not only to carry In stock the best of Idea would be to Introduce something faco-tioit" It's a very bad practlco tbh making but to secure the Agency for such articles si have my appetite und digestion Improved, and Into the middle of the comedy. No morning calN; always leads to thj shedding merit, and are popular with the peo p my health has been perfectly restored." oue will expect it, you son, and It will tickle of tears. of being pie, thereby sustalnlof, tbe reputation the audiauco almost to death. A friend of Sold by all Druggists. ever reliable. Having as- A Sure Cure. mine suggests that it would be a great hit Klng'i I'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $C. cured tbe Agency for the celebrated Dr. (Washington Itepubltc tointroiuce, or rather to reproduce, the it Hell Gate explosion. "MybuabinJ Is bo poetic," sold one lady New Discovery for Consumption, will sell any on a Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aj cr A Co., Lowell. Manv were not ht and to be thero at the time, and would willingly to another in a Seventh street car tbe other poaltlve guarantee. It will aurely cure ilass., U. S. A. go a long dUUuoe to witness tbe reproducday. "Hayo you ever triod. rubbin bis erery affection ol the Throat, Lunsi and Chest, confidence, wetnvtn you to call tion. Jlnta with hartdiorn liniment, muml" and to show our (0 I wish that you would reply to this letter & beefylookins woman with a andgetaTtUIBoUleJTreej at aa early date, telling mo srhat you think market btakot at ber feet, wbo wa sitting HXfj-W- i Consumption Cured. ! of the scheme tugijosUjd. Feel perfectly at her olbow and ovorheard tbo roraark. ... m nhralclan. retired from practice, having free to express yourself fully. I ftm not too "That'll straighten him out as quick as I wish to Mil tbr small trao ts of good Hiniln proud to recolve your suggestions. Yours anything I know of, if be ain't got it too had placed In his bands by an East India mission. vegetable remedy for ForkLind, onconUtnlne t3 ono GO bad." the lormuU of alrople Dill Nye. Icretand the third 1JO r,.: wnd wirmanentcure ofallConaumptlon, with comforlable Improvemenla, all thn Utter rich land Should Keop a Hired Man. Throa and and In voparate tract. Also ISO A The Writer or "Kismet." Bronchitis. Catarrh, Asthma and ere of No. CWou.o Ledper. 1 Land on Maaon'a flun. nur Miss Julia KJotcber (she ued to call herLungAflectlon.,aUoa positive and rallcal cur. ofKnob laud baaben lately surveyed Hi.nf,..,l a 11 Sir Charle DUW. roioe Is said to be hoi- this and any one Complaints, self Dudu), the writer of "Kismet," bus low and unpUasant. IU should keep a hired forNervoua debility and all Nervous ' me. pi oy caning been living at homo during tho past twelve wonderful curative powers r..'.".'i",.tu for cash or ou any roasonabl ion Will sell low having t'cdlta time, years. She is handsome (but tbot is what man to call tbe hogs if he don't want tbo aft.r cases, ha. felt It hi. duty to auk. wltb Internet at 6 Pit cent: of A. 21. VEI.A ttay say of all authoresses unlesa they ara neighbor to complain. suSerlng fellows. Actuated by aunford, Itv Jud Lafagau: Tha young man who baa it known to hi. dealre to relieve humsn eroaj-eys- d or dead), rich and clever, of P. 8. I have a number of motive and oourse, but she doos not bollove In inarry-ua- g. the stability to pemerere at present until this deal send frco of charge, to all . who will he can obtain work worthy of him, will lt,thl. cell.., in German. French ,r En gll.h, live to hurrah and carry off the dead. and using. Sent (Yearlings and weanlings) that I will sell low and Kew York Stan The beat way to stop with full dlrectlona for preparInK Douglai JerrolJt Tae nowspaper is the by mall by addressing with stamp, naming tbla anyofmy flna females, aged ones stinted to 1th 5reaoh of promise suits is for tho girls not Dokeof PUInvlew, oauperlor animal; or I will real romance Tho reportor deals with oicbiioga for fat hogs. Am overstock (. 5o consider themselves ongngo 1 until thoy 7. lui ' a f 'i arojut .a . ".' cm-bod"JIM-JAMS- ." Olntment-emphatlcally I have a groit many crulo Iden, but see I am not practical. One of my cruJe Ideas U to introluco into tho nlav an artist's stullo. This would not cost much, for we could borrow the studio orenings and allow tho artht to use it daytimes. Then we would introduce into the studio sceno tbe artist's living model. Everybody would be horrified, but thoy would go. They would walk over oach otbor to attend tho drama, and we w uld do well. Our living model in the stulio net would be mado of common wax, and If it worked well, wa would discLare our members of tho company anl substitute wax. Gradually wo could (jot ic down to where tbs company bo would was, with UigJ exception or a janitor with a feather duster. Think that over. But seriously, a piny, it seems to me, should y an Idox Am I correct in that theory or not It ought to convey some great thought, somo maxim or aphorism, or some such a thing as that How would it do to arrange a play with the Uoa of Impressing upou the nuJidnce that "the fool and bis monoy nre soon parted J' Are you using a Uiuuu-- . o Lj. ouiu lit jiuur pius nuwi il so, woulJ you mind writing their llnei for thorn whila I arrange tho details nnd remarks for tho young man who ii discovered asleep on a divan when the curtalu rlsa, and ho sleepi on through the play with hU mouth MJghtly ajar, till the clow tbe rlojo of the play, not the do of bis mouth when It is discovered that he Is dead. He then plays the cold romalm in the clo ins tableau, nnd Alls a e grave nt $3 new-mad- I hare been OnEEN?nono, Jn. T0,,r vcral by requeued Tho Stout Man with n lly In Ills Eye from me through, your p to let them The Slender Man Who; Thought Ho It has pr, hence I nuke the attempt.we arrivedJiut Felt tho "Jim-Jams- " in months to day since been leu Explained. Sunny Kansas, to reckon tinu; It leems arrivyesterday Theeecond day we New York TlmM.) called out can'ronicil by what At about :30 a.m- - a tall, slander man came ed I was out through tho groen ball) doors of a here a Jand locator "Halloo, rru, uiu placo of resort up Broadway, and la you come out lolocte with us." It not leanod against tho sldo of tho building reour conversation, It flectively gazing into vacancy. Illaoyos worlh while lo relate were rather tunkon, and tbey bod that was but a hort time until wo hired a doub gloss look which indictitos a were Boon out just four wllen endeavor to put down the liquor interest by le rig and we i'. moans of monopolizing the consumption of from Greinsburf;, where l iook up intoxicants. Ills skin bad a bluish-graRool land as la In E iwsrd ter section of kbade, nnd its surfaco was quite thlny with for which I paid the locator $5 nrd tho traces of an sitting. The tall, county, a few slender man shifted frequently from ono he went his way rejoicing. In your fellow tiwns foot to the other, and playod with his watch with the assistance of chain iu amannor that indicated extrome 8. II. Hardin, we had built a very nervousness. Freontly there came in sight uin( which myaslf and on tbe block a short, thick-ta- t, doue Utile box house to d and afterwards. I hired gentleman, wboo eyes beamoJ family mored shortly pleasautly through a pair of largo spocti-clo- t. "0 acre of land broken for which I p'sld He appeared like a prosperous complanted it in corn I' mercial citizen walking down to butiness. $2 25 per acra and As be approached tho tall, sleqdcr man bo averaged IS buehe'e per acre, which wra Urol his eye upon that person with tho gazs fslr for pod so I was told by older Peltier. of recognition. Then be stooped and bold work I did to it as the fod out bis hand with a cheerful "good morn- That waa all the so tough I couWt plow nor even hoe ing." wsb here COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATION. it, o you see wo cin rafre a crop out The tall slenler man looked nt him without much labor. We had a splendid vacantly for a moment, shook hands iu a by the wagon load. limp, disinterested way, and thou bogan to garden and watermelons This call Ills acquaintance slowly back to mem- Ererything grows well out here ory. Thoy bad apparently met once or countv nroduces as good crop to the acre twico previouily, though they were not exever eaw with the exie p actly on Intimate term'. Tho short man in age cultiyated as I which waa ircnn oui an it good clothes and humor was Invltod in to tlon of wheat, indulge in n morning cocktail, declined, was waa in Kentucky. ev-- r urged, decllnod again, was urged onco moro, This is the best Utj mil.' canity I and accepted. As tin two aeqnsintancos summer time can almost saw: a man in stood leaning upo.i the bar waiting upon the movements of the stand up and go to aleep it waa so pleasant, airy young gentleman in white who but it haa not been eo for the last twenty-fou- r condoscendeJ for moment the to daye, far from it. The mercury ha execute their order, It camo tjst tint the tall, slender man bad boon playing poker ranged from C to 20 degrees below zsro 1 1 inches all night, nnd felt rather shaky In coru The Know will average from 12 lo quence.lt would bo impossible for him to go feet and a heavy 5 to 7 home and secure an hour's steep, for tho and drifted from reason that ho was obliged to be in his ofllco pale most all the time, which makes it verj Notwithstanding all thi by 10 o'clock. Consequently his system had disagreeable. to bo braced up with morning ppotize.rs. there are land speculators here all the time Tbe two gentlemen consumed Ibeir cock and real eetate is changing hands every tails and continued their conversation. the hundreds pas. Suddenly the tall, slender man, whoso dav. Land seeker-b- y fingers had perceptibly trembled as bo through ftlther Wm1 t0 takc here, lifted bis glass to bis lip;, bxn to look them fre.z. to steadily and with a growing look of agi- up claims and many of paper-- ; such is li'e tated fascination at tho left eye of bis death as you see in the He trio I to speak, but stammered in the far BouthweU. There has bm somewhat painfully, and then with a creat of hiavy loee in adjoining rountin in elock effort he smiled in a rather sickly und very ie agonized fashion. His lips meved, but no every kind. This coun'r lost but tht-- r sound came out of them as his gaze d as they were better prepare! than to be riveted upon tbo lo(fte point In heavy was when the 'o tho short, stout man's countenance where it were last winter, town had first been arrested. Bohin tho large on ace 'unt of scarcity cf f.el Our eprins. We have round spectacles of tbe serene little business will have a Mom in the man, a fnt brown fly was crawling up In a which bif.re the leisurely nnd ruminative fashion across thn atwuloti in Mwion at Topeka now, with everythlcg eyelid, over the ball of the wide open oye, and upward to the forehoad. Tho tall, very flsttering for the restoration of old slender man gasped nni cleared bis throat, Kiwa county with Own-bur- g as countv but made no sound. Not a tremor had Jab. H.SrtriN3 anon passed over the oyellds of the stort, stout s,at. More man, aud ho was apparently entirely un- Nmelv thou'snd carriage and busies conscious of ths fly's parade. That deliber value I t 39000,000 were mmufctured in ate msoct uivm? reacio i a point nair way up bis brow, calmly turned nnJstartel to CinriMi .viat jrer. retrace Its footsteps. On the face of the were fined O rhripfiloon-kfepcr- tall, slender observer the expression of ..i.ch at Owerifboro tor permuting nice had changed to a look of horror. He pasted hi. ban4 across bis throwing on their conn-era- . own oyos as if to dispel some awful vision, Positive Cure for Piles. but he could not keep his gaze away from say tb the movemenrs of the fat brown fly. To the peopled this county we would 25-h-- WHICH TERRIFIED "ALL NIGHT" MAN. AN To tho Editor of the Interior Journal. Letter from Kansas. hr reJ'" INDIGESTION To ktrciigtheu tho Moinucli, create an appetite, ami rcmovo tho horrlblo ilcprcs-Io- n nud despondency which result from Indigestion, there M nothing so cffoctlvo as Ayer's rills. Thco Tills contain no calomel or other txlsonou$ drug, net directly on tho digestive ami nlmllat!vo organs, nud restore health mid strength to tho entire system. T. 1 Uonncr, Chester, l'a., writes : " I liavo used Ayer's 1111 for tho past !W years, and run satlstled If It I should not havo been nlho had not been for them. They y, GRATITUDE Omtli'.ullon: Ilclow we hand you a letter from a grateful heart, which was ssnt to aud pub- FOn OOUGHO MnD lililrrt AtUntu ut lished In th Vtnaljitine, Texas, KaltryrUt, with out our knowledge or solicitation, and we desire to giro It publicity tliroujh your columns. iro EavncHtlv Entreat Everu SvJ'ev litg H'otiiriii irio Scr ThlHtu JlriKl it fin if Cot-enllu S iis n.iu ni hv JP US I well-kno- irt'f. y dj Cured mo of Dyspepsia when all other remedies failed, mid their occasional uso ha Kept mo In n healthy condition ever since." L. X. Smith, Won, X. Y., writes: "I have ued Ayer's PUN, for Liver trouble mid Indljrestlon, n pood many jcars, and liavo always found them prompt nnd clllcicnt In their nctlon." Itichard Xorrl, Lynn, Ma., writes : "After niticli Miller lug, I lime been cured of I)cpil.i nnd Liver trouble well-dresse- By Using Ayer's Pill. They have dono mo inoro good than any other medicine I liavo ever taken." John llurdctt, Troy, Iowa, writes: "For nearly two jcar my Hfo wa rendered niNorablo by the horror of Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded mo only temporary relief, nud I became reduced In ileh, nnd very much debilitated. A frleud of mine, who had been tlmllarly nflltcled, mhNcd inc to try A)cr' PUN. I did mi, and with tho happiest result. My food soon ceased to distress me, my nppotlio returned, and I became n strona; and well as eier."' Moravlsn Fills, N. C , Not. U, tsst. Ma, EaiToa; "An ounce of prertntioa Is better tlitn a pound of cure," and a pound ol cure It Htter than shipload of argu nicnt In your columns. I saw pome tiao ago aa ndTcrttarmeut of uiodUlue called ltradBcld's Kcnulo lUvulator nnd tlis won ilcrful results from Its us- -; and as mjr wife had lxen a auireror and an Inralld for rir-tk- k VKins from prelaixus and cone-- s. tlouoftlie womb and pslnful menitrallon and the doctors could do h- -r no good, I was twriuidrd to trv the rrnisdr. bo I irnt for two bottlrs, and Hie rcault waa tboluirOT ed so much tliat I writ fur another pickax and tho Ii now able to do ber houMhold work and coca stout wherever she pliatea I am confident she la pcnuanuntljr cured. I tent for a lot ol this woodorlul IVuialo to tall, nud every bottle thst I have dlipoatd of has given complete satisfaction, and the result are In every case all that rould tjilelicl. With tlunka to the Vnterprtu. which d railed tuy attention to 11 and to the i'.tft'ulator t'o., the proprietors of this great Uwn, I am gratefully yours, J. V. Davis. V. S. You can publish this or not, as you ace fit, but for the benent o women, I nope you will. Hot-ulatllrad-Hel- tri ma a irt f Iks mm atm. ia nt 4iira nuit it it v lailillM tltei.tl mImIU (kal Imtu l.u ti.iarliilkd.rl'Bwtiilatmib, ! iUbs .ffib flantjb,Birrapaat thr omMaM Hh lfc allaf aiel itr r .ih Wh.a malt.ln n h rUsttf thtakl BUi,rr. iU ih ? t rMtt'Kii Kitur o piifOrv cn frf ni..i imh n1 i AftturvtUl , taj M p.lkl.tW. aB rnr II. .rrlx. ! i. .Ci tit l WAtTrBA.TATIOn.AtlaBtLOa a ittfi.i-hi KLaaaaxv ciianui. a JM.f .. i xaKij tut tLIUi.a Ttu,t. FtriUtbl . DJZ XT 14 ..l urn ki L E3 1 fiJr U ONT-- cik. 'i,uii, Both for late by Dr. M. BOUIlN K, Stanfcrd Any one wbodoiilitslnogenulncntiiof the above can write to Mr. Datli, who will give all particulars. OPERil HOUSE! STANFORD. KY. . Proprietor fet.d (oriur book rontalnloj vahutile lufotuia-Io- n W. P. WALTON, for women. It will be mailed free to applitilts of ta;,!?0xSO. Klbt complete tt ol Been cants. wy. Healing capacity, Including gallery, 0j THi: llKADFICLD ItKUl'LATUi: CO., Itoaaouabl rate to kkI attraeuom. ltox3 Atlanta, (la. M L. IlOUIlSf. Stanford, Ky. For eale by I. MYERS HOTEL. STANFORD. EY. E. H. BURNSIDE, A Grand Coiiibluallon THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ayer's Pills, rilKPAIIKD BY DR. J. C. ATEB & CO., Lowell, For sale by all DruUts. Propr And Hit Loulavill M4.. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND Weekly Courier - Journal Om year for only 93-t- wo more Uiaa tbe )rica of prrt for on. little b'Z Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Shrill be tiecond to no Country Hotol in.the State in its Fftre, Appointcents, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. Cnraratrrlal kraadt of l.lauori com-panio- con-tinue- Ague Cure IS WAKRANTKD to euro Few and Acue, Intermittent or Chill Foer, Fccr,I)uinb Apue. Illllous Fever, Dengue (or "llreak-boue- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd nil dNen-c- s arising from Malarial pobouj. AYER'S By paying ut tl you will rrorlr for one ynar your boma paper with the l, the nprrwniatlrenowipaper of tin rlouth, domocrat le and for a tarlif fur reTKnun only, aud tha tiwt, btlihtaat and ablrtt lamlly weekly In the Uoltoi Statu. Ttme wbo dralre to cxamlue a aitapU u copy of the do Matt hit oAr. Courier-JournaCcirlrr-Jjurtuirn- sail from I llaaae nltl be centefad taafe.imraoJatl ht it on free of charm. Special 10 Traveler. alnaa tapplled tilth tn J Tha liar trill choleeit ii C?Uyivitlt MlwAnasT CaicAtoBr,- Ctxart. - Led-laUir- e, Dyspepsia & Asthma Can Ho Curctl. There 1. Tvo-thlrddlt-eaa- et Thfough Coachoa Blooping Cars. From and Pullman S'-O- sot-tie- d "Harpers, S. C, July 0, ISSJ. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Ayer's Jluc Cure, and have never since had a chill. EDWLY HARPEIi." I I rnnpAitED by Dr. ao rretalent at Dyi. liOIIINVllIo lo C'lllCHKO, perhaps nodtx-a- i pepala or Indiirealloa, and one, loo, tbit up to the prevent time has UtlUl the skill of Ibe moat rial-ne- it Clnc'liinitli fo C'likiJKo, a pbyilclam. of the chronic In Dyaperula. Thea'inp. hate ibeir Itlslltatitipoll-t Olilcmxo torn are loai of appatlle, lost ol tleab, a frtltn ol fillneMOr welgHtln tbe Unuach. ,iccntonal oau-te- a or vomiting, atldlly, t!tultnr-dull pain In the be d, with a aenutlonuf hratlreu cr glddt-nea- t, Irregutailty of bowels, low iptrlli, Via rxiui.Tllle- ullowakln,drauement of kldueyi.and not unfnqueutly lalpltatlon cf tbe heart. lAulirllie I '? J lupiu a iu If you are suturing with any of lhe symptom. Lve. lJfayotte-....-., . .. Arr. S 30 p w VO a tu In 4 tlrepti-M-ne- Tnnouan time table .. J C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Masa. Dyspeptic Elixir IVIMi CHICK YOU. For tale by Dr. M DR. HOLT'S " - Chicago j z: 1 30 put I S OO iu Via tteeluiMtl bra. Cincinnati ' iBdlanaivlls Arr. Chicago I)all e Be Warned I. Itou'ne, ManfirJ, Ky.73-- flallyeac pi Sunday. luroyonr ticket rradi Op "ill npm(I jo p in U """"IIS in M I' in tlSiu ' I pntlmn HUHOFiON OHco I.BB k UU1TFMAN. Sontb aide Main HXtfA, two doora tha Myrra lloteli PnreNllroua Oxld (iu aluilslitervJ whan qulrwl. lKNT f.i I r via tba wa r. Dlt. W. B. PDNJflf, ST&IHumgMj' XII - a OSlro on M.and 1 i.i HTANVrittti - LQcitr M. IJontlMt. -trvTiierv.. 18i-ly- (I. K A. A C Il'y) at It Ii tt,. ji,,kM, ih 1,1 mat uVI. Ulirvi IIUB IO LUICa 4Dd pOllltS In thsKorthwetl. Tlcketa via the Monon Iljuta on ralo at all principal ticket office. For ratea, iuip aud lull In formation, ad Ireti WJt. S. UALDWIN.O V A , A.J.O'lttlbLY.O rf A , iJiilsvlllt wl A.S.O U k.JLl, f to 5 p. tHoouuT. iltcot rest door to omro hours from S to 12 a AncstbetlraadmlDliternl when r. Brighfs Disease "I LUMBER! Dressed Pine riooriug, Oailing, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Rouj-- including Lathe nnd Shingles. b, ni KcnluekjV ron OHIO III ICotiiu KhhI le Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. Tho only line running It tha S'orand convenience of our cuitomcra In vMnltr we havr arrannl witii Ovo. HViiiyii to keep on lilt yardt anuiaortmenl It. ofour bun-fu- rl I'L'M.U.iX Xnn SLCEFIM! f.VUS Lumhsr, wlmru tlir cau t II at cheap at indirect. HewlH alto main reilmatet for any Mlla not n bant, which wo will fill 011 short from :3-4- notlco. tl JiEWJX X OAt'ts. Uly, k'y. A SOLID tXUM TJR ArN Kj Jim-jsm- s, O. &, M. OHIO Louisville, Cincinnati ci Lexington, to Washington Oity, Connecting In tho same dejot with ' r " "'. mi-cit- illae Prevented ft iSSISSIPPI 0. from 1 Thcdlrect through line and old established rcute Th Mrecy touto to Lynchburg. Dauvill, Uorlolk and all Virginia and Nortu Carolina Toluia. For tickets and lurllier Information, applv w your nearest ticket offlce or aUr W. V, Hon- roe, Dlv. Irelght and I'miecger Agent. Leainglon Fast Trains for Now York. 1 te y"- - W. NMITII, II. W. VIII.I.KH, Louisville & Cincinnati to St, Louis O. (rsn'l Manaiter, Oen'l l'M'r Ag't. Ulchuioad, Virginia and all points in the West. Two (2 y. Tareo Only DillyTralai (3) from Louisville to St. Louis Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St, Louis. hor-wa- y n. AYEK'S lo hourn from Lmilitllle tot, Louis. and Cincinnati i, Sarsaparilla Tho Only Lino by whlnh you con But a xnrouga aiooping car From Cindnil! loSt. LouIj. Louisville & Nashville B, R, tiik a'nitAT- --T" L.&N. TO TH1I WITH FOB " Acre, Acre, l"l"'" ''onl "no running &1VT fO"h Irom LouI.rillS and Clnclunatl to8r. Louli, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roads. The Ohio A Mliilnlppt Hallway runs Palatial sicuu-- , van 011 uigui tralua; Luxuriant Par lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coach es on all tralua, DUSj.5ie,?i conooctlona are mads In UNION DEPOTrt with diverging lines br tbeO. A M. Hallway, thus avoiding troblusome transfers by other routes. Ths Ohio A Mlvlailpnl IUIIwav Is thoonlr Una between Louisville, Cincinnati and Ht. Louts under on management, running all Iu trains through solid aud In conaequenca rini-vi-noaio do tween those Cltlea. Apply to ticket Agent of connecting line for lull particulars as to ratoa, time, maps, circulars or any desired Information, or writs to UOUT. II. FORMAN. Trav. Past. Ag't O. A M. R'r. Sotaraat. Kr... Ur w. ms DLlt)firiV oauuui.Uan'gr, t.r XI.DUAi.lUU, free, and Uen'l Oen. Pass, Ag't, Cincinnati, o. The O TUKOUGU TRUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. LeulHTille to NashTllle, i.cviui. H Adnnla. MeinphW ,.....,.- MoiiiKouicry, l.iCtlo Reck, Mobile und Ketr Orlonnn. Only one cbaoge to points In M. 4Kr to a uavs.w k r" taH 1 -- Pino Sl.ortliom nulla. H muineJ. . I Mi, r. r VVr.PIIV TRIM. I'.rli. T. the ItTur Jl Utitkljhftu Uhi Httllcful now rtnkr BZvaai Chsalal fc tha Icxlin.' HfcU L CLcrlnuatl.HnjB clnt.uftlieoiUon. A. L. SMITH. m ttaMStrlaurk. (l I... uit.n in. Im4 Uiexui ol llui c.us I. J rem.'li.., anl hu fir., a mux i,aiiMl uuiIm Il mi, Arkansas and Toxas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homea on the lino of tbli road will recelvs special rate. .- (; . Unaa ,,. !lrjrrl.K ...... )8eo Agents of thl Cnmnin,hr..i. ,.Uu, -, C. P. ATMOnK, I Uuclbw. O.V.AT.A.j