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BOYLE COUNTY NO. 96, which tend to dlvislvenes, mid those which make for unity, he concludes that thetrue bond and symbol of Union will' be the Ciii'Rfit ok Emr.Aii Pjiaykii Book! i'uhllHhctl Tttcitnumtinl I'rhluv Allow me the luxury of "small cp," pood -- AT Walton, in priutlngthU The r arc mine, 8a X'aan though the exclamation point couies from umlontooj If w. ciedlt that 11.50 "HI It li pctI anj dinmlt J. tho 'Italic," man, who didn't like the suggestion a bit and kicks accordingly. W. P. WALTON. Bro. Bogle will remember his old oIim-mat- e and friend "Charley" Shields -- now a "great msn and honorable" in the seat of Orthodoxy. I too have a grateful recollection of him for his kind oiler of his pulpit Ho'i Coming Home, Praise tbo Lord. In Philadelphia (he was then g $nfcrior$onrmil nnum, cahji. About a doz in commercUl evangelists were snowed up in D infill Wednesday. On the .".Oth ult , J T. Mock and D. T Fackler qualifird as Notaries Public f r Boyle county. Mrs Moore, wife of Simeon D. Moore, of tbia county, died Saturday night. HI o had for a long time been in feeble health. Messrs. W. M. Rue and Mark Wakefield sold last week to Col R S Brodhead, of Atlanta, a fine pair of brown geldings for $750. Postmaster Marrs has been cor fined to his home for. wee, put by illness Mr. , I. . uguit n aakSAk. c t lit n !n aw FLOOD BATES OPENED! GEO. O. BARNES. A BLAZING 'Fralso the Lord. God is Lovo and Noth- on my way to inula, miu was tieiteil tuosi considerately by him UnlleJcd exhortcr ing Else." a I was I think more than ever of him now. II'i word are word of far more Fottbhookii, lunu, Dec. l!2ol, 1835 "truth and sobcroeM," than he now dreams fOOHTINUKD FROM LAST ISSUE. of. But they are startling even to me I with" I could tell, I desire, how all coming from tho quarter whence they em thl tal'trj ht beta banlahtd from hit life (Jol Id what lie nate Praiie the LORD for thin "first gun bj nlmply learning that from Sumpter." II is a mere naeMion of Lore nd ha declared hluiasll to 1 time, my brethren. This apparently ranM Nothing elf. "Light nml no ilnrkne dom euggettion shall ha tho consummated all;" Mercy fiom emitting to fact of tho mllleniuui. BecttiHe Gcd promBrace" (not Mine) God of ill ised It to Abraham 1,000 years ago, and "of all corwolaiion" (.not a little); -- uin ''He it le not a rann that he should repent.' mlog up all In thai UMjrnlficnt deecrip Meanwhile "score 1" for Princeton. I little tion, beyond which woidi may not carry U dreamed of such an ally in my adherence God ami Father of bar further "th to the "Church of England" CrrJat Juda LORD Jmu Christ the Hletd one who h ":r..,'7 k ...w.1in.1lcnui(u.Kiuiuuiu .. , i ,. ,,l, .,. "alwafa went about doln;goo(l, and heal lag all who were oppreeied of the de?!!1' provided they would only put their case in H(a dear handi. And all will learn tbli aooeei or later. Only "gei of aget" will ite roll away, before o;i take it In-j- uat they would not learn it orer the and the path of "way "f p1antne peace." "Dear Lird" I .ay with all my heart "Teach uie Thy "ay," and let we oarer "come into i:Jjimenl." A.la for thoee who will not "come unto Him that , they may hare Life." What can be lef-rare the leon learned through deUh hit-land reraoraelrai eren the "second death" May all I lore ecapj It. It In the "wrath to ciint" and n certain a the "New Jerusalem thtt cotuei down from God out of hiaTen" How patiently, ten derly, the L"rd ia trying to MTe all from ihe rough road. I hare nude up my mind that He chall .are in. I, only, can decide that point. "My hurt U fixed," to Dear reader, let him hare "Hi way " jln uieln thl heart decUioc ai you reid thrte line and mre'. me "in the ulory," with that "church of th 8mI born, whope ihidn were written In hearen," and who shall be "counted worthy to escape the thing that are coining upon the earth and totand, "ucocathed and triumphant, be fore the Son of Man." (), If I could but Irapre you with the fact that He I. "near, eren at thedooil" We generally go out to 'early comma-nloterrice" on Sunday morning. Very ft .Mn.l It UrrMi'c tber don't know what they mlm by neglecting It, dear ouh. More and more I aee the breaking of bread U intimately connected with body an well mroul health, ae act forth pomewhat at length in a previous letter. And last Bun-da- y, m I saw the local minister, at the "altar," in hi pure "white linen" Teatraenta, going through rereral morementa counted "poplfh" by the "low church" party; my faith bDimded lightly orer ''high" and "low" -- "ritual" and "erangellcal"-er- en back to Ihe grand ItratlltUh ordinances, of which these are but thn changing ftshion; and then the "high church" chaplain of the little Futtebgurh Station, was a "LeTlte"cf the Ood ordained order, that waa nerer to lack a man to minister before the LOUD acceptibly if Jer, 33 be true -- and my whole oul went out in gratitude to God that, atlant, I had found the church, "I long bad sought And mourned btcaua I lounJ It not," And it b comes a joy no tongue can tell, to receive the consecrated "elements" at his hand -- albeit a blind "minister of theeanc-tuarjr- , which the LORD pitched and not man." And indeed the most pathetic feature of it all is, that those dear ministers of the "true church" really harn't an idea of the fullnea of their oilling. What an ad. ministry" is it, ded glorr to a trn its pedigree can be traced, not simply that to tho npoMles, but to tho prophets, and back through the "church In the wilder neaa" to "Abraham our Father, ai pertain ing to the llesh," as well as the epiiltl These rostmenta are not Popish, uor Romanian In their main feature. Yon will find them in the Bible "uafore Rome began. Eren "church historian" hare n itlced that "early christian worehlp" w.s "an adaDtlon of the ivnuoEUe service " Of course it waa. Whit else could it be, unless the LORD had changed Hi mind and from a place sacred forever, deposed by oath u4 proal? ThU cm Barer be. How every thhw brightens before my eye, ciow, iatbe light of Anglolsrael truth. My little book waa even batter named than I thoflght tt first. "Eureka" "I have found." Prates the dear LORD for all. "I have Jut been "electrified" by an announcement in the Chicago Interior of a moat unexpected ally on the church que tion, hailing from bo lee sacred a place of orthodoxy and than Princeton-- Mt science -- and from no leas a personage than a profexor la It ancient college. It 1 too good to mangle, and I must quote it verbatim; "ProfMwr Shield, of Princeton, ha a remarkable article in the last number of the "Century Magazine," on denominationAfiroct:!:u '.. L ... al be-ctter n tut I to day received a letter from a gentleman in Croydon, Surrey, England, telling me that he had juit read 'Eureka," and was Impelled, by the similarity of our caes( to write me a few lines. Hi family were among the "Plymouth Brethren" and he, himself, had been with them, until the dircovery that Eigland and luael were Identical. Then he was driven, logically as I was to the conclusion that the ' Church of England" was the true' church. Whereupon he left the "Brethren" and wai added to the ' Church" greatlv to this subsequent happlnese I wa not a little re joiced in getting this testimony of the spirit' self same work iu minds end hearts I did sundered by the planet' diameter not neeJ confirmation, bowever, for I am thankful to say thtt I have never wavered for a moment since taking the step; and no harrssslng doubt has been permitted to intrude, to disturb the serenity of my happlne In the new relationship. Erer in Jesus Geo. O. Baiincs. Hinman, as trustee of M. C. Thurmond, sold at public auction twelve buggies and barouches, the proceeds amounting to $1,200 There are six prisoners in Ihe county lull J ' Tkraa -"""" Aharail ulfl" mii1a nna with mayhem, one with grand larceny and one with house breaking. It i said that Mr. T. M. Gibbons has invented a link supporter for freight cars thai is a little bit better than anything yet offered to an indulgent public. A very enthusiaetio revival meeting Is In progress at thecotored Methodist church. Rev. Mr. Modlcue, of Taylor county, leads the services, About 35 additions thus far. "The oldest inhabitant" comes to the front and says he never saw such a fall of snow as that of Tuesday and Tuesday night. Wednesday morning the enow was 18 Inches deep, honeet measurement. It is said that Dr. Martin of the Presbyterian church will begin a protracted meeting as soon as the weather moderates sufficiently to enable ladle to get out. The two auction rooms are crowded daily with ladles who say they "neyer saw such bir postoflice I), N BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS! We have invoiced and find that- - WE ARE OVER Will make- - - STOCKED ! Wo have twice too many goods, but LOW PRICES STACKS OF THEM GO WITHIN THE NEKT FEW DAYS. -- gain." now been ascertained that Rev. R. A Johnstone, who fell on the Icy pave We have done- - It has Iral .J1-.....- u-- 1'7 W ment last Sunday, sustained what surgeons call an impacted fracture of the hip joint. lrnder the mot fivorable circumstances he may expect to be coclnid to his bed for at least three months. D. H. Carpenter A Cy, of Mt. Sterling, bad hardly got their monster auction under way at Dr. Cowan's store room, opposite the Clemens House, when Robertson & Klnnalrd and Welsh & WIs.man "ips" and inaugurates one in Richardion'o late ATyhcalCask I met a matron at a store room across from Gllcher's. Tho lareception the othet day and she eaid: "I'm dles are out in force "and OjI such baralmost afraid to b seen talking to you gains" were never b'fore heard of. Mr. P. A. Marks entertained a number lent somebody should think I was coax,-tn- g you to describe my dree; It Is new, you of his friends by vccil and instrumental know; I got It in Paris latt summer and music and a 'pwsum supper. The banquet litre not worn it In Washington before, room was t&stefully decorated with emilax, but you wont say anything about it in calla lilies and rote from Ipihan. Mr. your piper, w.ll you. I'm so averse to see- Marks received his guest In the costume of ing my nime iu print There wae a hor- a Mikado with a high caate Brahman hold, rid lady reporter here some time ago and ing an umbrella over him. Tne air was she asked me ssme quentions. . heavy with perfumes from Araby the blest, I had to answer hvr politely you know; and all went merry as a marriage bell, one can't afford to be rude to such people,' Mr. John Conn and Mis Mary Con-bI am afraid she will go ofl and publish nelly, of Garrard county, came here Friday night on matrimicy bent. Mr. Conn, it Is something about me." A few minutes later I met this horid la- understood, waa acting for his brother, dy reporter and she sild; "I saw you talk Miko Conn. It was 12 o'clock when they Ing to Mrs, S) and so. not she perfect- arrived and a soon as they could get a conly kllllur.1 She took me over in a corner and veyance they started for Lexington. About gave me a deiciiptton of her dres., all an hojr after they started the young l&dy'd written out in her own hand and folded up father arrived in hot pursuit and learning into the tinyrst package. She had been which way they went still followed them, carrying it in her glove nnd I suppose I but gave up the chace end the lovers were am the first one she was about to give it to." uuited for life. -- Washington Letter to 2J. Y, Tribune. The Natural Bridge, which is situated in A Bweet Kisa attheGatk It was a Rcckbridse county, Va., 115 miles west of fearful struggle. At last he saw a chance Richmond, is formed by an immense limeand aimed at her rosy lips, but she bobbed stone stratum fashioned into an arch 215 her head and the kiss fell llfele' en tho feet high. The bridge spans a deep cham, bridge of her note But the villain still through which a small stream flaws. It is pursued her. He ee'ztA her in a vise-lik03 feet long, and the thickness of the crown grip and pinioned herliead fast against his of the arch Is about 10 feet. The average talwart breast, and while the shimmering width of the arch is SO feet. A roadway moonbeams cast their el leery glances at the passes acrcai it, and from this there U a graceful acreage of her upturned face he fine view of the Blue Ridge mountains, as Implanted a lingering kiss upon her lus- well as of the deep cbasui where tbo forest cious lips, which sounded like a cow pull- tree tower up from below. ing her hind foot out of a mud hole, but In the last number of the Xorlfi Amtrican which waa a big sight sweeter than the Haicw Gen. Beauregard completes bis arjuice that lurk in the bottom of a pan of ticle on the Shiloh Cimpsign. He insist baked apples. Louisville Arua. that the Federal Army was taken complete Kanaaa law compels that a convicted and ly by Burpriee on the morning of the O.h of sentenced murderer can not behauued with- April. His reason for thinking so Is briefout special warrant by the Governor. Con ly given; "When the first encampments condemn were taken many were yet lying in bed; stquently there are now fifty-oned murderers In ths Kansas penitentiary, bread, was being baked and was taken hot some of whom have been under sentence from the ovens by our men " awaiting execution for several years. MeanLynchburg, Va,, has added to her flour while a casual tourist remarks that "Kan ia dotted with tree from which have ishlng tobacco induttrie the new one of sa swung the bodies of men hanged by infuri- cigarette making, which now emyloys ated citizen without trial and without many additional bands, chietly young women. The tobacco grown in that region clergymen." during the past season was of an umuually The Sun says: "In the beauty of it wofine quality, and the fall buslnee was unmen, Kentucky is ahead of all." This is a expectedly good. strange etatement for a devoted New YorkPositire Cure for Piles. er to make one who dally looks upon the To the peopled thli county w would aay that unending ebb and fbw of feminine style gtren the Agincy of Dr. Marehlal'a Albany wa hare been and beauty In the metropolis. guaranteed allr Italian Pile Times. Not strange at all, because it Is to cure or money refunded Internal, External, true. Probably the Hints ha never been Ullnd. Bleedlrur or Itching Piles. Prlc 50c a box. in the blue grass country. What a land For sal by Penny Jt MoAlliUr, Druggtau. Y. Sun, and what lade.-- N. Daughters, Wiros and Mothers. A fireman, employed by the Lehigh ValWe emphatically guarantee Or, XarehUl' ley Rallaoad, wheee capacity for drinking Fmal Eemedy, t cure Ftmale DU enormous quantities of cold water made cum, auch aa Orarlan trouble!, Inflammation and and DUplacemaat or bearing him famous along the line, his died after Ulceration, Falling down felling, Irregulariltea.'.BamnneM, Change o I a short illnets, ascribed to hi inordinate TJto,Leuchorrhaa, bwldea many weaknesses spring absorption. It ia said that he often drank ing from tho abot. like Ueadacfte, uioaunt, api-nWeaVnut, SlMplecaneaa, tferrou Debility, pitcher without taking the a two-qu- art sale by Drug-gU- t. veteei from hie lip, and he bad b'en Palpitation ol th Heart, Ac. For Pilci tl and l SO pur bottle. Send to Dr. known to drink as much an eight crV n of .1 Mr Mi Uilei, N. V., for pamrhlst, free. i w( 4.u ii i i cu.iy . AuAt.awr, iHugglltS. I ut 1 1 e e Olntmant-empbatlcal A SefemeatoM Put the Prices Out at Once ! Stale CONSIDERED. . But tho backward season has prevented a great many from buying. Tho season is advancing and we will wait no longer, but will at once so Low as to Make the Goods Move COST NOT FOR A MOMENT Wheu it is necessary to lose money wo have the nerve to do it. Tho few figures given below tell tho story with a silent logic more potent than words. 'CASH ALWAYS; CKEDIT NEVER.' From 20 to 23 yards best Calico, 81. Stacks of now and elegant Brocade Dress Goods at C c per yard, sixteen yards for 81. Thousands of yards of 20 cent Worsted DresB Goods will be murdered at the uniform price of 10c per yard. Bed Comforts, former price, 81 25, now 90c; thoy are bulky and wo want them out of the way. White Bed Spreads at surprisingly low prices. Table Damasks in all grades, cheap. Ladies' fine Cashmoro Hose, worth (10c, now 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 price 81, now 02c. WH la a way And intend to Slaughter our II CAfi VEST SPLENDID STOCK that will not soon bo forgotten. Come Early and Tell your Friends what a Harvest of Real Bargains it is. Tho same rate of cutting is applied to every pair of Boots and Shoes in the House. Ladies' and Misses' Rubber Circulars cut down from 81 75 to 75c. Children's Wool Hoods, former price 40c, now go for 20c. Men's Knit Jackets, formor price 81, now 7ftc. Child's Knit Sacks, former price 30c to 75c, now 20c to 40c. OVERCOATS, CLOTKINCr Prices wrecked as they have never been wrecked before. CLOAKS. VFXINX. u. PROFIT THROWN TO THE WE ARE GOING TO SELL THESE GOODS. Men's Men's Men'a Men's Overcoats, 81 0, former price, 83 Overcoats, 4 25, former price, 8l Overcoats, 10 50, former price, 15 5 00,' former price, 8 Suits, f0; 00; 00; 00; Men's Overcoats, 82 25, former price, 84 00. Men's Overcoats, G 00, formor price, 10 00. 3 75, former price, G 00. Men's Suits. 8 00, formor price, 12 00. Men's Suits, 83 50, former prico, 85. Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, 75c, former price, 81 25. Ladies' Cloaks, 82 25, former price 84. LadieV Cloaks Circulars, 88, former price 815. Ladies' "Fur-Line- d Our fiscal year is drawing to a cloee and we intend making a clean swoop of all Winter goods. You should bring 85 and a wheel barrow, or 810 and a cart, and load up at once or you will forever wish you had. the: great bargain store, S. !. POW1BPR nO5 Stanford, Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices for all the People. Y r. i ?. I 9C OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Andy March fatally cut his cousin, THE GENERAL George Robinson, at Kirksvllle, to rave his Lancaster. Hon. J. Biyle cJwne has presented a 1 own life. ltiblram was drunk and murRev. G, Worth Yancey Is expected to bill for. the relief of A. J Glbboney, Jr., of derously attacked March. be here Sunday and occupy the pulpit at Casey. February 5, 188 has been heavy over a the Christian church. The snow-faStanford, Ky.. Tho Senate has pissed the bill to enof country, seriously affectA. Lindberry has opened up a mercourage porjury, parniltttni: criminals to wide expanse ing tho running of railroad trains. It was chant tailor establishment in the rooms testify in their own behalf. W. P. WALTON. deep in Virginia as here. over Stof mes' drug-storMr. Bobbltt proposes to amend the as 1 Melvin Butler and Peter Hws were Mrs. M, L. Granger left Thursdsy criminal code in regard to attachments of the Jeflerson morning for Sn Antonio, Texas. J. Roe The severe criticism of Attorney Gener- against the property of sureties on biil IndictcJ by the grand jury Circuit Court for the willful murder of Young, Eiq , of Louisrllle, is In the city. al G trlii nil for accepting, while he was a bonds. John B McCoy in Louisyills. Snow fell Tuesday night and WednesSenator and continuing to bold after hia The cowardly committee on General re-ceiv- 'd Messrs. Morrison and Breckinridge, of day to the dephth of twenty inches. We as chief Itir officer of the 8taiutes haa reported the whipping-poe- t appointment SuhCommittee of Ways and Means, have interviewed a number of our "oldest GoTernment, a Urge cumber of shares iu bill with the expression that it ought not the reported to the full comtaltte a joint reso- inhabitants," and they all agree that they the Fan Electric Telephone Company li to pass. instrnctfog the Secretary of the never before witnessed just such a one. well deserved. The acceptance by jaBtand The Senate adopted a resolution pro- lution Our county clerk Issued marriage lilegislators and public officers of ''blocks of viding for the appointment of a committee Treasury to call ia and redeem $10,000,000 bonds monthly censes to the following parties Tuesday: in to investigate the accounts of the Geological worth of Interest-bearinstock," whether tney' prove deid-head- s until the surplus in the Treasury shall be Robert Preston and Miss Millie Shearer; J. the enterprise, or tee channels in which Survey. reduced to $100,000,000. The resolution, A.Dancan snd MIm Sallie Montgomery: they may be uaeful, has been made odious The Revenue and Taxation Commit in this country, and tlw Attorney General tee reported a bill to repeal the State it is said, will be adopted by the committee W A. A'kins and Miss Sallie E. Duncan. All the parties reside In this county. ought to know it. Tne thing is after the Board of Equalization, with an expression and reported to the House. The whliky gaugera of the Louisville Miss Eliz. Reynolds was married to ! order of the Credit Mobelier transaction, of opinion that it should not pass. collection district demand a decrease of Mr. T, J, Horint, of Jessamine county, which mads odious evrry public man who An architect having examioed and engaged in it, and it seerm strange that found the (bora of the House as safe as at work for their pay of $5 a day. Did there Wednesday evening, Rev, J. M. Bruce do when they Th ceremony occurred at the sensible democrats at least have not profit any time since they were built, tha lum- men know what thev had to are not residence of the bride in this county and by the experience. It is said that about ber can not again use the samo reason for sought appointment? II tbey ed there is nothing to prevent them from was witnessed by a few friends of the furu 20 Senators and Congressmen are involved, loosing two days and drawing pay for it. retiring from the service. There are no ily. Besides Mr. Garland Senator Isham G. Mr. Offutt presented a bill to Incorpor-at- o Conrt Notes. Mrs. Nsnnie B. Andir doubt hundreds of men, as well qualifitd as Harris. Gen. Jos. E Jbhpston, Congress the Kentucky Rock Oil Company. This take their places. son vs. B D. and B. F. Holtzclaw, in two Casey Young and Indian CommtesJoa-e- r company is on a pretentious scale. Its cap- they, ready and eager to man caws for rent. First cite verdict for rent Covington Commonwealth. Atkins are mentioned as being the heavi- ital stocK is to be $5,000,000, with power to McCreary's eulogy on the of Drakes creek farm for plaintiff $600 est stockholders. TheN Y. World alleges increiss the sum $50,000,000, which shall was a genuine less $9; second case yerdict for same $1-1that there was never paid but $1,375 in be divided into shares of $100 each. The dead Vice President to day Plaintiffs attachment for rent suiprisa to those unacquainted with the leH$30. money by the incorporator! of the $5,000,-00- 0 principal office of the company is at Paris. The grand jury Governor, and especially satisfactory to his submitted to the court. stock, but the first local company paid A bill to increase the appropriation for own delegation, who paid him aarked at has returned 30 indictments and adjourned iU $10,000 bonus, which wis divided aa a the colored blind asylan at Louisville were complimented until next Wednesday. dividend to the stockholders of the former $5,000 has been favorablv reported to the tentlon. His remarks on all sides. They were terse and beauticompany. It is a bad mess for democrats House. Three yearn ago $20,000 was apof ToRrENTiNE, This ii one of Governor's delivery was to get into, but the prospect of getting a propriated for the same purpose, but such fully put. The But few men in the most valuable articles in a family, and fervid. hlg fortune without effort ia too much for buildings are never built for the first esti- easy, graceful and when it has once obtained a foothold In n the House have as handsom a presence. average statesman of any politics, fiat mate of the eext. Forty-fou- r childthe blind house, It is really a necessity, and could ill LiRisville Times. Mr. Garland owea it to himself and party ren now await admittance. be dlspeneed with. Its medicinal qualiJudge R. A. Barton and Sam Averitt, to unload and apologia or step down and Gov. Knott's message In regard to tho ties are very numeroui; for burns It is a Lebanon lawyers, fell out and "fi." beout. deplorable condition the Legislature has quick application and gives Immediate recause Burton charged that Averitt had gamb thrown the penitentiary Into, makes this been elected vice president of the bank by lief; for blisters on the hands it is of pries- The bill to make the keeping of a announcement: "At this time the Com leas value, searing down the skin and preling house a felony provides not only a fine virtually voting for himself. Averitt callmonwealth does not even own the clothes venting soreness; for corns on the toes It is Testimonials from 8omo of our beat Lincoln of $500, tho costs and three years in the ed Burton a liar and proceeded to defend that the convicts wear or the beds upon they useful, and good for rheumatism and sore penitentiary but declares that the guilty himself with a klfe. Burton ssiisd a check county farmers in our possession. sleep, a pound of neat or an ounce of throats, and it is the quickest remedy for person "shall be deemed infamous after stamp and they went at it. Barton had his with which to feed them or a dollar's CHILLED PLOWS. conviction, and be forever thereafter dis- flour badly and Aeritt'a head convulsions or fits. Then it ii sure precat pretty worth of material upon which they may be throat ventive against moths; by just dropping qualified from exercising the right of suff was considerably used up, but friends inNo. 2 South Bend cut 87 f0 employed." a trill in the bottom of drawers, chests and rage and from holding any office of honor, terfered and the battle ended. No. 3 " 11 " will render the garments se cupboard, it 8 50 be State, county, tiuator profit, whether it MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, The Chesapeake & Ohio and its opera No. 4 cure from injury during the summer, It " 12 " 9 00 municipal, ana thill not be competent to will hereafter be known ni or ted connections Tne public debt decreased last month will keep anU and bugs from closets and No. 10 12 " 10 00 testify in any case or proceeding, civil or the Newport News & Mississippi Valley s, by putting a few drops In the $8,672,523. criminal. The jndgment of conviction Railroad and the following officers have STEEL PLOWS. About two feet teems to have been the recite such infamy and E, Gates, First Vice corners and upon the shelves; it is sure de shall in every case been appointed: I. and will effectually average depth of the snow in this State. struction to .1 Hamilton Clipper, lOinch No. cut. $ 9 00 dicqualification, and shall not be valid Prcldent, New York; W. C. Wlckham, drive them away from their haunts, C. S. Young, a wealthy farmer of Fay-ettif No. 3 " 11 " . without such recital." It is a pretty salty Second Vice President, Richmond, Va.; 9 ro thoroughly applied to the spring cleaning committed suicide Monday night. No document, but the interests of society and or No. I Hnrailton, with Bow Centre John Echols, Third Vice President, Louis time, and injures neither 10 50 cause assigned. furniture nor derly government demand that it be made ville, Ky.; I E. Gates, Secretary and TreasNo. 5 Hamilton, Centre Draft, 12 in. cut 11 00 clothiag. Its pungent cdor is retained fo Gen. Taylor has been officially notified the law. Let it be msde so by all means. urer, New York; Chas. H. Tweed, General FursUfc Bradley Sulky Plows, beat on a long time, and no family ought to be enof his appointment as superintendent of the Counsel. NeT York: Wm. Mahl. Assistant tirely out of a supply at any time of the Dan Louisville canal. earth Oor esteemed contemporary, the ... 38 00 to the President and Controller, --New year. In Mercer county two young men bad ville Advocate, having read the hand writRespectfully, fork. After you get on your ear and make up ing on the wall that the days of the lum- a difficulty in which John Devine kil(ed President Johneon hai appointed the deBoth were tobacco Charley Birkley. bering old weeklies are numbered, has following delegates to the International your mind to "etop" your paper to make aiis-xxLircided to lag no longer superfluously in the hands. Press Association, which meets In Cincin- the editor feel humiliated, jait poke your Twenty-tw- o men were buried under finger in water and then pull it out and rear of newspaper progress, but follow the nati Feb. 23 25. At large: J. W. Hop bright example oi the Interior Journal, 17 feet of enow at Telluride, Col., by an avlook for the hole. To en you will know per. of the Lebanon Standard and Timet; alanche, which destroyed a number of how sadly you are miisd. The man who set over four years ago, and become a UJ M. Kelly, lonisville Commercial First Its first iesne appeared Tuesday houses. Leigh, Paducah Standard; thinks a paper can not survive without his Di'trict-- C. Q n The prohibitionists in the Iowa Legsupport ought to go off and stay a while. and was highly creditable to its Second District C. M. Meacham, When he comes back he will find that halt taste and capacity. You have a rough sea islature want to impeach Judge Walter I. South Kentuckimi; Third Distto sail, brethren, and you will sigh many a Hayes because he does not decide causes as rict W. H. McCartr, Kuwellville lhr-a- ld his friend- - didn't know that he was gone time for the good old sleepy days, when an they wish. Enterprise, Fourth District, II. A. Som-mer- s. The other bnlf didn't care a cent and the PHARMACEUTISTS Gen.Divid Hunter diad suddenly in item a week old had to pas9 muster for Elizibcthtown .Mow; Fifth Dis- world at large hadn't kept any account of Washington Tuesday. He wai president his moremen's whatever. You will fiud news. But here's looking at you and wish trict, E Polk Johnson, Count? Jumal; of the court which tried and convicted ing vou as plain sailing as possible. L. E. Casey, Covington th;na you can tint indorse in every paper. Sixth District Mrs, Surratt. the Bible is rather plain and hits Commonwealth; Seventh District Jno. A. Eren DliALKHH i;v More than half of tho constitutional The snow extends from Maine to Tex If you were to get mad District-Fre- nch sous hard licks. Eighth Bell, Georgetown Wall Puiier, U'lllUK. M ii hI ca I term of tho Kentucky Legislature is gone as, but tho temperature is nothing like fo and burn your Bible the hundreds of pre-s-CilCUllCUlrt, ISOOKM, Tipton, Richmond Eeg'utcr; Ninth Liquor IiiHlrtieitiouu, and all it has done has been to make a low as during the cold spell from the 8th , would still go on printing them, and if Klatlom!-)'Pill II (H, Rare. I'OCKCt District T. D. Marcum, Kentucky Demo miserable me?a of the penitentiary affairs, to the 12th of January. OllH, NoapN, ynti wort to stop your paper nnd call the Tobacco, Jutlury, crat; Tenth District W. T. Havens, Mr. Lump, INjri'uiuery, simnlr to snub Gov. Knott and hi co com- A rni x. A wedding at Frankfort Flrti as indefinite editor all sorts of ugly names the paper Iae!tln Sterling Sentinel; Eleventh District Ratlin mi'sionen, who deserved unqualified praire ly postponed by the prospective bride, Needle. will still be published. And what is more, Our Jewelry, .Sllrermtro and wnucni UOOiH llnn:trtnirnt l In rhiran nfivi Spectator. for the able manner that they had acted for Miss Kate McGrath, giving birth to a baby Hurt, Columbia you will sneak around and borrow a copy Tlios. UlcliarJs. w ho will Repair (VuIcIips ami Clocks promptly and in tho best tho State in a most unpleasant business a few hour before the hour set for the nup Mr D. R. Cartenteb expressing the be- of it every week from jour neighbor. It style. But nothing more could be expected of a tials. lief that our report of bis speech in the last is much bitter to keep your vest pulled politicians, with minds too lot of John Collins is under arrest in Madi Issue, which was not intended to bs a full down and your subscription paid a year in small to grasp the momentous matter with son county, N. C , charged with the brutal one, did him some injury, we offered to advance. Exchange. which they grappled so foolishly. , murder of his Mies Mary give a fuller report, whereupon he handed Dif cussing a recent lynching, the Owets-bor- o Bv the acts of January 25 and March 4, Wise, who bad resented his indecent ad us the following, which agrees with our Meuenger sensibly sayt: recollection of his remark. We do this 1179, extending the limitation for filing ap- vances. The nejro was in the clutches of the law, Tho twelve months of 1885 show a to- because we have no intention to act unplications for pensions, $259,873,072 70 and there had been no evidence of a disalready been paid out. There are tal of 1,217 railroad accidents, 307 killed fairly between any of the candidate: have position on the part of the officers to a "In addition to what was published in low him to escape the severest penalty. acts now pending, which if pweed will re- and 1,630 hurt; an average per month of Tuesday's piper Mr. Carpenter said that been 101 accidents, 20 killed and 128 injured. quire a billion more. The soldier has The action of the mob was most reprehen- be got into tnejwhleky business in this way: a'ble. Every member of it is as guilty of paid ten times over for his services, and tRallror d Gazette. John Gray, an Arkansas convict, while that his mother had rented the bar room to murder as their now it setma that the raids upon the treasvictim, whatever his state attempting to follow an escaping party of a man who behaved so badly that she was ury to secure his vote should cease. The of mind. It Is said many of them are drain almost amounts to a public calamity. companions through a tunnel, stuck, and compelled to get rid of him sod at that known. They ought to be punished, but Over 100,000 Hold T.a8t Year.-YJctorl- onN in Every Field Content. was found four days afterward dead. He time she could not get any one else to take tbey never wilt be. Such is the history of FaMsasA PuwMiy -- You sbpuMu nothing tmt theOllrer CbllW Plow. The publication of the fact that the was too large for the hole. It and that he ran the bar to assist his in nearly every mob. Mobs are generally dir.lMiolklndiofollio.twllloflri.eUiworktoourmxJ orMubVI. Tht mould boards are Wr-ouibChilled, hTS do soft ipoti In ihcro ind will Congress contemany Mil. Olifct'i tortal will sot crrtMe. pension bills now before John H. James, of the firm of James mother in making a living; that he defied composed of blood thirsty men, who care 2I?e !if!,,T,e,.0t or rut Ibat can accuiaulat- - oa It will 1 entirely ruaortd by tftw mlnuttVuM. Tbs "Oliver" Is thoroughly etnlre drn Plow, httlof a Hlorlni lamhtd. whlrfc to plate the withdrawal of over $300,000,000 4 Terhune, Harrodtburg, had his leg and Mr. Paxton or any other man to say that more for tha blood of their victim than that mo pressure Joupa oa ail itilght plowt. Tns Oliver Ch I led l'low b.i nuodrtds of iiultslors. with No from the Treasury ought to have the good arm broken by the fire engine turning over he had ever violated the law since be bad .. .!.. i .... u.B..uiavw.v. w.l. .. Ul HUIUilV MU .Wl'IlUr of the one whose wrongs they claim to history of plow Making, fioin 1.SO0 In 1870 to JUW Tha "miikr" Km r.n..4 effect of putting an end to the never-endioitr IW.OCOln is&S. Your oelcbbora will ull vou il on him as It was responding to an alarm. sold whisky. He also stated that a gentlebuy ins "Ollvrr "and laksoootber. It will break hud. dry ground when no other now will, avenge. also hats the Olbhi Imperial 8tel flow, which la maklnz a record bare unmi.iiLi additions to the pension account. It Several others were more or less hurt. man came to town and Mr. Hampton apbr Love in Three Lakodaocs, It could riow. Try them and be convinced. 11IUOI MikeGormley, an has already reached dimensions unheard was proached him and asked if be was for Pax-to- n of in the history of any nation in the fatally shot at Lexington by John Walsh, and be said he thought he was. Hamp- not be sweet onder any circumstances and a grocer, whom he had assaulted. Gormlsy ton said 'That' right, we will get to pay would spoil the prettiest mouth in the woild, and Is growing ridiculous. 8rffely "Ichllicbc dich," can never was insanely jealous of his wife and wrong D.'o Gupenter back on the railroad." Mr. world. No hatter how the convicts are worked ly suspicloned her intimacy with Walsh. he beard Paxt'on take the place of "I love you," though It Carpenter also stated that tfieir labor will necessarily come in conflict The merderous young hoodlums, who spoken of as a candidate about a month be- could scarcely be so misunderstood as when ... .1 prouuuuuu r,t ovu waa .t.a.T.. u. a.m. la.a u. un me wlia aided and abetted Howard Davis, now a fore he announced himself and that he the Frenchman said devotedly to an Amer laborers, It ia a hardship that it does, fugitive for justice, in assaulting Joseph went to him and asked bim if he was going ican girl, "Jc t' adore," and she replied: "Shut but since it can not be avoided, we can not Altsheler, a DBMLxas IK- Dresden Cor. Spiingfield Renewspaper reporter, were fined to make the race and Mr. Paxton said no it yourself." see why working them In undeveloped coal publican. : $100 and $170 respeetiyely by the Lonis and asked bita all about' his race', aid' he, Drugs, Books, Stationery and (&-- J minesls not Ihe least of any evils donnect' ville Circuit Court. Opium eaters appear to be unfortunate in taking him for his friend, told him all and Mill ed with their employment. ni llblBB The night express and a freight train the next thing he beard was that Paxton their Attempts to find a royal road out of Tuesday the Lexington collided at Staunton, on the C. & O , kill. was a candidate. Cirpenter also stated their babit. Thovi who sought a painless Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded, In its issue of Also 2Ya rushes mtdly to the front with the Ing one fireman and severely wounding that he never started the prohibition re- cure in cocaine, found the cocaine habit that Malcolm Hay, late first several other persons. Dr. Lafforty, the port. worse than than the opium; and quite re information Pitts-burg- . n Methodist divine, was hurt, assistant posmaster general died at centiy a case is reported in rans or a man HtLLS OAP, LINCOLN COUNTY. event occurred last year, but not seriously. A sleepy switchman The sad suffering from "the paraldehyde habit," The Largest Btook of Watches, Olooks, John Tanner, who has been aiilicted which he required wbile Bubdulng his but the Prtts ! determined to print all the caused the accident, Jewelry and Silverware Rtddleberger offered a resolu- with consumption for some time past, died mania for morphine. Paraldehyde was in news 011885, iflt takes all of 1886 to do it. Ever bought to this market, Frlwe Lowar than tion in the Senate, and Senator Pdch a sub at Halls Gap and his family being in desti traduced into mediclde in 1883. tbs Lowest. WatcbM. docks and Jewelry Reneen that paired on short ooUee and Warranted. It Is now saidwilling bouin naving posi- sutute tbereior, wnloh will bring the dif- tute circumstances the citlztns made up Wire or fibrous to resign the nails are coming into is "vindicated" ferences between the President and the $2-- for their relief. His remains were sent use, and are claimed to be, in some retion ol warden of the penitentiary provided Senators into open Senate for diroussion. to Grant county for burial. THE SEMIVWEEKLY- spects, quite an Improvement upon tbu or he bs allowed $3,200 for services he never Mr. George Friebie Hoar improved the opIfSTANlfOllD. IKVT" Mnrpd. but Gov. Knott would very prop portunity to make a vulgar query. The exact period of the building of Jer dtnary cut nail, especially on the score of rn usalem.? nSf definitely "provedr-CThhill tenacity: they are not only tough, but stiff, erly veto a b)ll jtiviag him this pay, should rumored-yesterdaWAXTON, that Henry of Zion was' a mountain fo'rtess there about and will penetrate hard wjod where cut the Legislasure pass tne act. ' Worthington had purchased a large block ILl 100 years before it was captured by King nails would break sharply off or become And now it is proposed to investigate of .Kentucky Central stock, presumably for Davlrf, aboti(1040 B. C, and msde the seat badly crooked. Senatorial' scan- C. P. Huntington. If the stock was purthe Blackburn-WilliaTWO DOLLARS PER YEAR. of the government. "I know," said Jackson, "that I swear a year ago. II itja done there, is chased foi anr outsider itua make no dif.. dal of two rj are great deal, but you see I have such n flow U,A,UD notRdoubrthafmore rottenners wllle ference to Mr. HungtSp.Tov'hV afrwfdy vjAii lagBimon" oKthe -celebrate in 1892fthe four hun of language that I am necessarily compelled to" light than Danavin ever dream-e- d owns cent.cf the'uiftaf stock' preparingto brought -- 1 oil contest in of the cotnpan7 . d f Trmlth anniversary of the discovery of to put a dam in now and tben to steady OP ILL CLASP i r,,t-r- l of in the the current."-Mrch- ant property. Traveler. qa.nr America. ,Okio. Noatly ASSEMBLY. Scmi-8aethyitmoronrnal ll e. 4 PLOWS ! PLOWS ! PLOWS i 0 We have just a large invoice of very best brands of 0 PLOWS tut-Isfi- Ex-Go- Sr-mrrs fr H fi Including the Celebrated South Bend Chilled Plows and the old reliable Hamilton Clipper Steel. Look at our prices and compare them. Every Plow. WARRMTEIJ 10-iuc- li J 4 store-room- bed-bug- s, e, 0 H N H BJEfcionrr & . semi-weekl- y. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drug, -- T well-know- Hop-kinevil- le & STAGG, Stanford, Ky., 2ii; i es I one-hor- sister-in-law- 33?H5ftKatftftftftPB5' lu- ly ng i W.ll. ... e.i v,? ff Wmmj & WAlisier PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- well-know- 5 It-wa- s LLssssSaawl W. P. Pro'r. ms fifty-one)p- er ""I"""" Payne-Standat- Interior Journal WORK. and Craooply .Wxooutod. l $tmi-$Hcekl- j! I T- - i 1 . tbli month, I wlllopsns JuixtE Vahnon sk un say that ow- cambric andbsndioms line of ladles' and tallies'r, Y.ironre from ll over Kentucky show Horn umlnwe.r, the Tery best qul-ttjFebruary 5, 188G thitt the mow etorru n the heaviest that ing to ihe fact thm in will boaeogased in tbstdirect from New Yrk Plpue doof not forgst Stanford, Ky., 1 Till also open a Millinery tins the trials ol criiui'ia) ,rnes tmxt Monday, April lit. In the next btodsomeshall state where has visited it for year. Isiuo I pf thoTrv lor will will cot be uiT room will be. the contest ta C. O. WAIiTON, 31UH KA TE V CD MSltA II. Business Manager. No witnesses hare appeared egainst the beard till Friday. e. At tbs McKinney thletee since Tuesday, on sc Bisullelii's hotel burnWiLUAMPnuJid. count of the weather, and their esses of I. H. LOCAL TIME CARD. (McRobsrU Block, next door to Dr. Lee F. Huffman's oOce.) hang Ore until they do appou. ed Tuesday merit and but little of the fur 1 M r. M course Mr.ll trln JolngHoftb- Booth. .....,... - -- 1J 15 r. u Judge Vernon has fixed next Monday for niture was sared. Loss $3,000; with email 3T. VEHNON, KY. 1 82 A. M tie pre it rale" Heath, .......,...--...- ... insurance. A Bevllle, druggist, late of the trial. listing purchsieJ ths brand new slock of goodi of Mr. V. M. Bogle, whois trsls wss dslly ircreaj. TTotel li still lt LtUnnu, died Toesdsy. The snow is about Tbtsold indwell-knowrtis.OTslerkulaieIoflalandsrdtlras. Holt? One reputstlon. Charges reasonsbls. Ing, we announce with plesiure tbst we are now prepared to sell erery thing la tbe Grocery Use rs It is mightr'hard to down trie old L & 30 inches on aletsl. low, but rrobsblr no lower, than any othtr firm U strict attention to Bpeelal attention to tbs trarellng public. tun li About 20 minutes fastsrbuilceu, islr and rousre dol N. yhe has, notwithstanding the unpreco ing, goods wsigbea in tbs bslsnces snd not lound wanting, politeness to customers snd cash or JO dijs H. JP. XEWVOmn, Vn'r. enough dented snow, run her trains nesr commute the road to unbounded success, we will gat tbere-th- st's Ky. Mt. Vernon, LOCAL NOTICES. oar deitlnstlon. Unltis a cusHELIOMS. tomer Is gilt edgsor as good as whest at tbe rtlll.hcwlll bars to sitlculste very dlitlnclly on time to prerrnt any annoyance, and it or we Penny A booki from Buy your inmAwr whst bs cslli for. We willingly glte our friends permtnlon to do tome Judicious talking In must be a colder dar than has come yet bs Talme has 3,272 church merubeis. our behsll snd sik that tbeybcai In mini that "a word fitly ipoken Is like spples of gold In picture McAllster. gets left Eld. Z ck Sweeney's meeting at the lEriKSKKTIKO ofillTer." Country produce tsken lo exchacjefor goeds at market price. Come to see us and we Watch its tmi jVwelrv repMred on snort fore the 45 with promlw to do you exactly right. ootlce und wnmnUxi bv Penny A MoAlbr There is some consolation in the fact Cnrlstian church, "Purls, continue AVA.TX3Rfc & & OiTH. II -- Any Items of local Intereit or telegraphic Importance left atoursiore will A.N33Y. d be aUrorep-preclsteground hog did not see his ugly additions todnte. Remedy, the oriel-n- that the by "Sietsw," representative of the Ixtkrior Jocksal Louisville Ccurttr Jmirnel Ilarrodi- Bar the Hum Hog Ewy church in Stanford ban htely Manufacturers of tbs Celebrated AMcAl shadow when he emergd from his winter "- and only penulne, from Penny .'."vtMt, i.t. Waters 4 Rinky. I hundreds have been quarters Tuesday. It wss snowing eo fast held a revival an EAGLE In A coiarLrrK Mock of jewelry, Uteet snd hard he couldn't Iwe seen anything, convened. The revivals still continue y 82 North Third street. - - riIIL,ADEt.PHA style, KocWnrd watches a specialty. Pen-n- so we may expect good weathrr after this this old home of Brother Birnes.-rCou- ittr Wblte. Fancy and Flannel Shirts. Oreralls and A McAllfter. Underwear. New York offlce, 631 Droadwsr, Journal, snap. The g h nerer falls. A Sunday tichoul Oinvetitli n wilt he prrmtfwii i MiiiuMt are being circulated in esch held In tbe first Ilap'Ut church, Lexlngtor, Sale Fine Cattle. Mn. Lfk U. BTONK.our chief enfctrieer, precinct in the county asking the Legisla- Fbrury 27th and 28 h, 183G, under tbe n machinery In order yeeter ture to ptss an set girlng the people of pedigreed Jersey Cow i; two Jersey Cowi, Two wai gettli k our a'ispices of the International Sunday School two JJ Jersey Cowl, lour X Jersey Cows. Will the right to vote on the question of AssocUtlon day. cslre from the 15th of February to the 30th ot employed to pros- local option at the nixt August election. W. E. Vahhon Brooklyn TAbernacle March, 18S8. All are extra good milkers and givDt Tulmsk-e- ' and he did it John V. Pennington is obtaining names In pews were sold and brought premiums ing milk. With calf by Thorndals Boy, who Is ecute the McKinny thieve this precinct and has secured quite a num- amounting lo $5,000. The pew rental for rrglatrred In the A. U. J. C. a Book. 5.tf Mr. J. W. ALCORN baa returned from ber, among them some of our lesding cltl-un- s, the J. U, CAItPltXTKIl. amounts to $17 216, and tbe to We would like to see whisky banish the jpenklng In the mountains, much plesa-etal receipts of the church will reach $30,- ed from the country, but as this seems im- 000. with the outlook. Mm Will If. Wiikkritt will leave possible a people will hare it anyway, we Dr. Fillmore Bennett, who years ago for her old home In Versailles, era under the impression after objerting wrote tbe "Sseet By and By," is reported where she will spend a week or two. the workings of the systems in other locali- to be living in great porejty in Richmond, -- Mr axd Mrs. J 1. McKjkhev, of ties that a tery high license law is a better III , and It is presumed that the public sing-er- a CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Richmond, hate moved to Stanford and solution of the annoying problem ibao lo who bare profitably sung the popular hsve taken rooers at Cpt. George II. cal option as it is generallr enforced. STANFORD, KY. song will hasten to the author's relief, that In the erent that the General Assembly Is, to tbe sweet by and by. Offers his serrlcfs to the people of snd Mr. Alfrco II. LrFrvnr, of Rich coutinues the superior court, Judge M. C A rerlral of IntereU in the Presbyterl vicinity. Long sxpertetce and careful attention Is in town and like every one mond, Ind., material or evSttillty, of this place, will be a csndldate an meeting caused it lo be continued. Fire guarantee sstltuctien. Building rates. 63-- 1 yr ery description furalsbed at low ol Mr. IWrnes friends Is delisted to hear for tbe democratic nomination for the or six hare confessed since lest report, runthat he is coming home. 2J District. Thoroughly ning the total up to twenty odd Tbe called Judgeship of the It Is seldom a town of iU slat iscitlnns qualified for the position by years of the weather has been exceedingly unfavorable CANDIDATES. upon to lose so many of her Rood profession, his acces ever since the mating began, bat rain, number closest attention to his as Stanford dli on Tue.day. The sion to tbe bench would be of great benefit sleet, mud and two feet of snow have not Included the excellent fsmlly of Judge J. to the State, for in addition to his know). prevented a good attendance all the time. A. Lytle, his wife and Misses IoJa and edge of law he has a quickness of percep ti a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject to tbe action of tbe Democracy. LAUD. STOCK ND CHOP Carrie Ljlle, who went to locate at Harper, and an inulttre quality of grasping a of our tion Ks.: Mr. J. W. Harden, for years one oatlle are quoted at 1 to legal question that has given blm an enrii-bl- e In GEORGE IS. COOPEIt staunched and best merchants, nd his Is known. II A; hogs 3 to 1 15 and shesp 1 to 3 reputation wbererer be It a candidate for Cou jty Clerk of Lincoln, tubject wlf; Mr. Kjbt. 6. Lytle, the court is to be continued, there is no very cUriata I bare for sale 40 hesd of Cotton to tbe action of the I emocratic party. whoe reputation as n honorable and man who could better fill a position in it Mules. J. Alex. Doty, nrfttsville, Ky. 4t high-toneKentleman and merchant, has JAMES P. BAILEY mules. Judge Saufley or one whoe deration Fon Balk. 31 hesd wife than mslntaloed, his much-loveem been Dick Koblnon, Osr lis candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the acplease a large constituency. would better J T. Adsms, Csmp tion ol the democratic party. and her brother, the handsome and popu rard. Ibis THE beariest enow that has rieited lar Gilford M Coopsr, who ro to Medicine second dsy of the Lexington On the section that anybody can remember covers T.U.XEttXAXD IodiCe, Ktnssj, for the purpoie of continuhead brought an average of l ing in the nirrcntile business, and Mr. the whole face of the earth from 23 to 21 $376 li a canaldite for SberlS of Lincoln county, ub ject to tbe action of tbs democracy. and Mrs. F. J. Oman, wbo during their inches. It began falling Tuesday morning J. A. J. Lee, of Owingsrllle, bought ol added and continued steadily till Wednesday, solourn of several vet n here, hate McWllllams & Co. 33 head of medium col-toDAWSON W. many warm friend to their long list who since which it has been coming at ioter-tal- s mules at $87 50 per head. Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, subFortunately it did not drilt or all will ever reruember thetu with aflectlon. Lucas A Rros , of Georgetown, bought ject to t ho action of tho Democratic party. Tbe Utter go to Pprlngfleld, Mo., where tratel would hre been suspended. As it 30 sged mules last week of Alex. Julisn, Mr, Curran, who lus demonstrated his abil. was trains could hnrdly more and it took nesr Frankfort, at $100 per head. SAM. fif. OWENS train county, subitles as a merchant, will again go Into bus. two engines to get a pieienger Fifty one head of blooded horse eold li a candidate for Jttler of Lincoln party. Ince. Wo heartily carammd each and all hroujU. The snow is rry light and dry, at Brasi field A Harbison's ssle at Lexing ject U the action of the Democratic of them to the psople of their new homes consequently wa hare heard of uo damage ton at an average of $377.81. 11 sold for D. li. CARPENTER, as most dwlrable cltitens snd friends, and to the forests or of anf houjes crushed in. over $500 each as County Attorney. li a Candldtte for wish them all tbe success and hspplncws Tnose who were caught without fuel arc Cuey Mitchell, of Paris precinct, de lubjtct to tbe action of the Democratic party. thstcan be obtained in thl life. And hiring a pietty hard time of it, but our onlr livi red hia crop of 20.430 puuoda of tobacshould to fulore veers an irresetable long coal dealer, Mr. George D. Wesrcn, is able co to Beit A Cj., at an average cf $9.15 pr N. W. HUGHES to supply all demands at 13 cents a bushel, hundred pounds. Hit 11 acrca avenge! Ing come over them to return to their li a Candidate tar b'uperlntendeut Public Ecools of Lincoln county. old Krntucky home, we assure them that which reminds us that there I' one man 2 121 pounds to the acre- .- News. number who does not lake adrantage of a monopo-I- r their ltfst of friends here, n huge i'AHist Coukt. About 500 cattle on i .knm w REV. J. A. ROGLE nrint to asn them ft", will tn fix a hieh price Col is lower tills the market tn I mot of the sties were mde eeTeral rtsml efr ready to welcoma them back aesion than it was when there were privately. Bet feeder of good weight from It a Candldtte lor Superintendent Public Schools to the action of the Democmen engaged in its sale here. aRsln 4 to 43r; couitnou to inkrlir, were slow of Lincoln, suhject racy. mules not much was done, a few new postotliceadminis sales. In In welcoming the LOCAL MATT EHS. ration we desire lo say a word in com men lots of cotton from ?t0 to S10S - Kentuck W. II. WITHERS jesterday. Tnr. mercury ws down to 4 dstion in stuedinc the parting guest. Four Ian. la a Csndld.ito for Alienor, subject lo the action Tne Paris II dye Com;ny contracted ofttio Democracy. Tun Ltncseler Vews devotes a half col- yertrsaeo Mr. B J. Alford was appainted week with F Buwmaster, of Dayton, Puesy Cat. Items potmaitrr against tbe protests of a con last umn to an obltuar of a E. D. KENNEDY plants for setting mut bi- - rcarre and spc plentiful over siderable mijoritT of tho?e he had to serre, O , for one million oiayeThoy bought It a Candidate for Assessor, subject ta the actlou ol while nnny opposed him with a bitterness out in spring of 13S7. there. Democratic puty. for this spring- - work, and they will tbo and eniiy that wis uncalled far to say :he least. We COMKtottc Rink tonight n will nave were among the latter number, but long foil nhort manv thousands yourself. All the member of the Hind GEORGE S. CARPENTER ago confessed our mistake and tried to to order again- .- Bourbon News. Mr. will be present, including the leader, Market, furnished Is a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, tubject to tbe acLouisville Tobacco make the proper repsration by glring Mr. J. T. Carson. The tion of tbe Democracy. by Gloyer & Durrett, Louisville: Alfjrd credit for being one of the most 3U Col. Hall AnTitB new postofHce with csrefnl and obliging postmasters we sal on our market for the week just closed ML JOHNSON derson's fneouttV Is a thing of beauty. erer knew. Ho went into office opposed by mounted to :t 787 hhds . which are the Aisessor of Lincoln It . , v..!i. iv.t - hsolns toar.near to be demo- - nearly everybody; he goes out with tbe largest ever made here The sales for the Jecta Caadldato forot tbe Democracy. county, sub to tbe tction lhJs. and the erotic administration. good will and respect of all our citizens, month amounted to 10,14-MERCHANT TAILOR. who would, If his politics were of the prop- sales of the new crop to date amount to WILLIS C. BARNETT young people bad much fon The to report the wagon body er kind, be as anxious for him to continue 12,711 hbds. It is pleasant It a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln I have received and still receiving sleighing In a county, subject to primary election of tbe Demoto keep him fsct that notwithstanding the unprecedentwhich Jim Reid hod impro- in office as they were at first cratic party. set on runner very out. Though having great reason not lo ed large sales the market remained vised for their enjayraent. do so. he has treated us with the most uni firm and even gained strength on the better W. T. SAUNDERS Coin) t Uoe lb. hen In tbe muk.i, vblcb will b. Oor correspondents seem to hate been form courtesy and we take grent pleasure grades of Burley. The highest prices of notb-InIs a Candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ot snowed under. They doubllws had in testifying to bis merits as an officer, as a the season were reabted for a Burley crop the Democracy. Qotton Up In Btylo and Hako Second to None tn Clt7 or Country to write about but the beautiful snow thorough business man and as a gentlemtn. of extra fine wrapping qualities, one hhd. gated us trouble. 75 per hundred. Give Me Trial. and hence of which eold as high as $18 T. M. PENNINGTON The trials of three of the McKinney been in progreea ItaCtndidatsfor'County Clerk ot Lincoln, sub No. 23 struck R. H.DeBord at robbers occurred Tuesday and resulted af- The lu fight, which has rtj-pijE-s"- . Train serious-l- y far about six weeks, and whicn applied set to the action ot the Democracy. Broadbead yesterday, but did not ter a whole days work la the discharge of only to dark tobacco, has come to a sudden enhurt him. Ho ; he slipped as the Craig Grsgg and Jim Stringer and the B. PAXTON not flct the Burley trade. gine came up, which caused it to strike holding of Willis Stringer in a bond of close; this does A large proportion of the offerings this li a cand'date lor County Attorney, snbject to the him. nrimsry election to occur ths first (Saturday In $100 with his attorney, W. II. Miller, as week appeared on the market in soft March. Tur K. C. didn't hare to lay up this security. This makes four held for the quotations fairly The followlcg through s,fter some difficul- robbery, so far, the other three, Jim Gregg, time, but we.nl new Burley at JUDGE W.O. HANSFORD stage, Bill Hiban and Winford Stringer, having represent our market for ty a few hours late. Tbo Lancaster present: Dark trash, $3 to $4; colony trash It a Candidate for County Attorney ot Lincoln, always runs on made confessions. In his testimony Gragg wlthJohnPepplesdrlrer. $1 to $4; common lugs, not colony, $4 Jo subject to the action of ths Democracy. implicated neuly the whole of the Stringer $5;colony'luga$5to $7 60; cammon leaf, time, , the Hahans and many others, but it JUDGE T. W. TARNON Hoo TitiEvrs -- Constable Perry and fa mil v, not colony, $5 50 to $7; good leaf i$7.W" t? ywterday, is thought that be is in the miserable con- $10; fine leaf $10 to $14; select wrapping It a Candidate for to ths offlce of CounSquire BiBtia lodged In Jill Ha-haty Judge, subject to the action of ths Democracy, charged with stealing dition which eo delights in company. ; tobacco $13 to $18, ; one Armp Ptrcy," ": swore that himtelf. Gragg and Win- Andera hog of tbe value of $0 from 8. D JASIES W. ALCORN Potrey ford Stringer were the only one engaged in XIVT ABYKHT18MKNI. son, Sylvester Rabbins and (Joc-rgis s Cadldate for Circuit Judge la the tals Dis the robbery and his statement was corrobo they. h were fartnerelri the.crime .but trict, eutdsot to tne action oi ins Democracy, exteot. considerable I..11. The esse will be heard at Highland rated by the latter to a and Ctld-well- The testimony showed a condition of infa on the 13th before Squires Bastln B. C. WARREN my and crime that is hard to roslirj in a ' ' ' , t. r.n.iM.) for m.ltlon to ths DfBce of Com of the Joe F. Waters and civilized community. Tbe captors Having told my ttock ot Or.ccrlet to Messrs. Joe monwealth's Attorney ot tbe 8th Judicial Dli-New FiKM.-Hes- sra trlct, subject to tne action oi iuo uoowkj. purchased the party were on hand in full force and the F. Waters and Jhonips p, lUnsy, wty) .will Thomp.. D. P;neyhaya proceedings were watcned all day with the bntlntis under the Arm basse ef Waters acknowledge tre liberal O. II. WADDLE SALE. stand., Mr. great interest. Several of them declared Sl Kaney, Iwlih to Female. Cofiege, the grocery trade at the sime I hare received at your hands and to re. been held and that the whole band should have It a Candidate for Commonwealth's At'tornny Of spcctfully ak in Jr?crai1qf.ths same or ByrHnly, th sth Judlclsl Dim ct. 'subject to ins action ot STATsTOKD. KY., ' b,ae been elerk'f'MKiBogle Raney Barrols. Hundrod andTwonty-Fiv- o . H 'i.tU.It . .fnit htuinees man. and inveighed somewhat against the court worthy lueceiton, who sre too well known to need the Democratic party. baaprovea uiiueci. b- ALEX. S. PAXTON - - PRE8. Made iy . Ball, one, two snd; tbreo yean IV, M. ItOOLE. ... forxeleislng any of the men, but we are any Tecommendatlon. "Wattra'has aemonairatca whllo-f- r old. Apply at once to sure it acted, as It conceived to be right in JOHN S. TAN WINKLE The Second Term oftheprcsont sotslon will bet versatility by filling acceptablr nearly all .T.A.I.YTLE, Adnir. Geo, Daugherty waived an z pleasant; discipline the matter. 8th PIANOS AND ORGANS. is a Candidate for Circuit Jodgs of tbs the Dis- gin Fob. ltt,'18S8. Locatlsnthorough. Pupils ! of tie positions on the?NTiuon Jouiuul. Instruction klud but firm; smlnttton on two charge) of petit larceny trict, subjt to the Primary election ol t CAI-Ii- ! party to be held tbe let Saturday In March, eelroda any Uino. Ssnd, for circular. HohMbeenllh it nearly J. Cook sre Agents far tbe Messrs, JKjn,d,of $100 In each , John Church A Co. Plsnos snl Organs, which em-- lBSfl. and It gleo us pleasure anhe,was1heldln publication "son. of Nathan, Dguglierty, brace tho following most excellent Instrument..' YEKS OX TAX-Psk lnU ciae. Uo Is a Knabe to commend hlmtoAhejfJpl J jl patron-ag- e wh6 hsalwaya bourne a good character. F.vereu-llaa- & Co., Hazolton Bros., Decker A Son and Warren-anIEU . HUFFMAN, the BUILDERS ATTENTION Also.Clattih. of 'their toey RWe ImpreSsed" It John Church A Co. Orgsnt. Tncss Instruments f mrtit have ) our taxes now. Indu'gencO can ?1 more It Is"a'pity"hc ccrtllli'rJotTiafe, In tone, of great durability and gsTJIlOEOPf We are now prepared to furnish all kinds ol lumsro most exod-en- t longer be given. I do not with to retort to. tbe confident tint lhey could not All of then, are warranted ber In the rough and agents for planing mills. dtsagreeablo duty ol levy log for them, so chllgo me upon his offspring. Tbe trial of the' other wedefycoBi-titlo- n. STANFORD, KY. retain n. Tenny, Mrs. Keep constantly on hand droued doorlng, celling, and save yonnclf coils by vjVtllcg atence. for ttvs years. Ilsferencer-- A. worthily bestpw t. Mt. Waters will two dcors doors, sash, blinds, mouldlug Rmey prisoners was to have been held Wcdnrs K. M. Csrbontcr, J. M. Philips. J. M. Moors and OtaecBouth tld. Main Street, thsNyenQ tl J. X, MEXEFEE, position in this offico and Mr. Mrs Mtgjle liolmet, Stanford; his - As... ut lowest prices. not get hero James H,zly,(Sen. . J. Laudram snd Miss Liz- Vuro.Slhoui WOU V.'.k Shsria Lincoln Coanty. bis old customers day, but the witnesses couli niliaUTA) METCALF. 1 91 tf Ct1 Orchtrd; :lt will continue to wait on quired. through two feel of enow. zie Uuflruan, Lsnctitor, Ky. as will favor him. and a many more Bstwocn theSOthsn! vt ;s-2Post-OfDc- Interior Journal WiM.tAM Noakm nprl MIm Alice Steward were married on the 31. Tub best goods In eerr line can be foond ni T H. WnlionNt TMEIilTEHT! thelstt Joe F. Wats as. TUOMM 1). r.lNET. J NEWCOMB IIOTKI, n wsln-tslnlog- Main GROCERS, Street, - - - Stanford, - m J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. sTacob al Miller Son, It SHIRT, For Lin-coi- LOWER PRICES jer Frank Allison, As times are hard and moiiey scarce, I have determined to sell goods this year ON A SMALLER MARGIN J. d. snorjG Than heretofore to Cash custom ers and those who pay their ac- d hoiv-eea'e5- counts promptly. Those who do not pay thus I don't intend to sell to at all. Working on this plan, I will be enabled to sell n I M liGwf usi Fes&apa &svnf I nan dr any one else, quality of goods considered. If you have any doubt of the above, give me a trial and be convinced of its truth. -- 3,-0- Cor. Main & Somerset Streets. Stanford, Ky. C. J. H. KUPLEY, yes-terd- ar six-hors- e NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER g h. a. J. con-dltlo- Wall Paper, Furniture, n Cases, Caskets, Robes. e ." TO THE 3PUBMC. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. 1 con-du- ct B. Kr WEARE3V, Stanford. WHISKY FOR W.-M- Stanford ii ...ij'., 80-l- Dsm-ocMt- lg ever-snco-l- BltL ia XH3 JliAST A d DJ3NX18T, S- I sbs YV O SStti-J8IeeH- i! Interior journal VIVIEN'S SONQ TO THE SUN. Explorers, embracing eveiy important discovery, adventure and Incident in tho exAFTER APPOMATTOX. plorations of such distinguished travelers As a reliable remedy, Iu cases of Croup, Whooping Cough, or sudden Colds, as Capt.8peke and Grant, 8lr Btmoel Bt Old prliwt, who mumblo worship in your and for the prompt relief aud euro of ker and his heroic wife, Dr. Datid Lvlog THE ONE DOMINANT THOUGHT OP quiro- throat and lung diseases, Ayer's Cherry stone, Henry M. Stanley, P. Da CbaUlu, Old monk nnd nun, yo scorn tho world's de SOUTHERN SOLDIERS. Is Alfred RusmI Wallscf, Col. Long, Air. Pectoral Invaluable. Mrs. L G. Edgcrly, sire, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes : " I consider renown In Afrlcs Squler and others ofless Vet in your frosty cells yo feel the flrol Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Importnut i A Which Contained the Coafe J orThe flro of heaven is not tho flnmo of bell. and the Trop'cr ; togetler with such distln remedy for homo use. I havo tested Its Oovoru-incate Treasury nml tlio Whole Regions as mulshed explorers In the Arctic The flro of heaven is on tlio dusty ways, curative power, Iu my family, mauy Hayrs, How Intuhnrdluutlon Wai The wuysiilo blossoms open to tho blazo, Sir John Franklin. Dr. Kane, Dr. times during the past thirty years, and ' "Jean-netteSummarily Quelled. Is ono full peal of The whole hare ucver kuown It to fall. It will reCapt. Hall, Lieut. Sthwatka, the prnive, Expedition and others. Also a full lievo tho most serious affections of tho The flro of heaven ts not tho flnmo of bell. l"X Heb." In Now York Sun.l hlslory of all Aretlc Expeditions, and the throat aud lungs, whether In chtldrcu or com adults." John II. Sto'ddard, Petersburg, Is nature's.own rciuexly, mad from rooli Katlirrel Daurills was the first town I ranched Tho fire of heaven I lord of all things good, Wonders of tho Arctic World; with a Irom the fjrette of deorgts. The tuttliod by which ntiJ rumors hail a. And stnrvo not thou this flro within thy blood, -- I... nm.!.i uiair. nt tha late renowned after ths Ya., writes : "I havo never found a rued-kin- o It li mtile wasaotitalned by a lulf-brcrosdy reached there of that event. Tkore But follow Vivien through tho fiery flood I dom tbe equal to thrlllldj Tho fire of heaven is not tlio'flomo of held. Greely Expedition, nnd all the were a few who wero loud in tLeir assor-MorCreek Inllans who.lnbablted a certain xrtlon of with it. COOMCted Alfred Tennyson. nA .atnnUhtaff facts that tbe government couU hold out UoorfU, which was communicated to one ol tbe still, but there was one suro sijjn that tboso early lettlera, and.thui the formula hu been hand' Pnrmln. an Encvcloidi of Exploratlt n, AND THE POCKET-BOOHEALTH is Authority there had no hope tuo men ed down to tbe present day. The abore cut rep of Ti i frn . trM.tU. hiiiiu DlBCOvery and Adventure In all parts wore breaking into the comuiiasary iitoros tk. iib.ii iitHM I. U, Knik.ii twn resent the method ot manufacture twenty years d ou i. . rilnilul.t .lrlotl tJTlxlru ih.i Imim, and eororntnent warehouoi, and uo effort Distressing Kfl'crts of Pecuniary Troubles tho Worlds. Carefully selectea ego, hy Mr. C. T. Hwlft, on of the prtnt propri..a ittM. tIfnkillioU l. tkt wlj i.r.l.c tiM mnda to stop thorn. . slnz a train of ti.tik. ,,,, i Hr- - utrtb. rtlMnnnn..fi.mut for the prompt relief of throat and lung etors. Th demand bai ben gradually Increasing v,m, from the works of all the great Out of Debt, Out of Danger. wit, MmM,r4, i u, bflil b... two coachei and a baggngs car at the HI. .,ll.l and diseases peculiar to children. I consider L Wft, .118,141. If 'IHU' It. until a 1100,000 laboratorr is now necetaary toiup-pl- y by the distinguished author To Insure health, k far as human effort ' i depot, beaded south, I thought it would bo in Hi.,., ., HainOnin It au absolute euro for all such affections, the trade. A foreign demand has treated r.niM tf nT...II ... ran control the matter, ono should, nbovo all, goo I opportunity to got a ride. A nummA J. W. Buel, author of "Heroes of and am never without It Iu tho house." andenhricedUcltlllei wlllb nrccmiryWen meet it. , i ntii ill n ill l.-- llI ...aMiiila .d .mCo,i. Cr.R to I ...a.ber of keg aboJt the size of bear kgj, and bo cheerful, contented, and calm. You can the Plains," "Mjsterifa "d Mlierles of tl ..'1 ..- r r r 1I..........I.I1..I. . ' i"i -. ...n... An ..un, It i Vi. a,"'.T"-Tlili great Mrs. L. E. Herman, 1S7 Mercer st., Jersey Aiiania.ua Jtronjly hooped, stood on the platform, and not io Uiis if you intentionally or unintentionll'f-UK KI(I(I'M4 "Exile Life In City, writes: H.... . . "'..m.;; t, .;..; :. ;;rL :"V"!l.K.u'"' mh . 'I havo always fouud Jour men were with much ellort loading ally Incur debt, for debt is ombarra&tlng nnd America Great Cities" "" Vogetablc Blood Purifier m'dmjm ' painfully annoyinc. No person of tho least Siberia," and other popular works Ayer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my famIbom in the car. nothlfor tare by Dr. M. I DOUHKE, BUntord is can possibly be comfortily." 11. T. Johnson, Mt. Savngo, Md., It was tb Confederate (resury and pride or Tbe object of ''The Wor d's onders" CCBM the contents of tbe Richmond bank vaults. able if in debt. Debt is something that can retch of every person, writes: "For the speedy euro of sudden the Stopping on the platform of one of the not always bo avoided, although it never fails to place within Colds, and for tho relief of children afflictthe achieveCancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Kczema, UN eoacbet, a colored porter met me at the to produce, in persons of principle, nu amount In one splendid volnme, all ed with Croup, I havo novcr found anyand adven ccrs, Hliotuuatlsm, Wood Taint, door with a whispered, "Mr. Davii in dar." of mental worry that is absolutely distressing. ments, discoveries, travels HTANtOilD. KY thing equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Not only did that train contain tbe Con- Mental tension, pecuniary trouble, is one of to give a com- IKredltary or of the great exploren; It is the most potent of all the remedies I cury or Potash.otlirrwlie, without the uie ol Merfederate treasury, but tbe whole govern- theohief causes of insanity. Men struggle lures COUOtrllS W. P. WALTON, J..rlnlnn of wondtrful Proprietor ment president, cabinet, archive', every- for a competency, because they, especially have ever used." AV. II. Stickler, Tcrro Books on "Contagloui Blood Poison" and "blood thing thoso not far removed front poverty, fear and strange and curious people, animals, Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer's Cherry and fckln Dlaeate" matted free. Slieof 8ti,0tM. Eluht comolrtan of Bon .wonpoverty, not for themselves, but for others. THE ONE DOMINANT FEELING. Pectoral cured my wife of a severe luug ry. beating rapAclly, lutludltis gallery. tOj. birds and reptiler; together with the For ula by all drugtltt. father will suiter mora in the thought A ItMWxialil ratr to vooj aitnrtlnna. So 1 started routhward anl horaaward affection, supposed to bo Quick ConTHE HWIFT ai'ECll IC )., derful natural curiosities and phenomena Knni-leafoot. Tlio railroad was now linoi with that his wifo or daughter may be left sumption. We now regard tho Pectoral X Y 1ST 231 St. Drawer 3, Atlanta, (la than he will if the family physician tells of the Tropical and Polar Worlds. iien, all moving in tbe nni9 direction, and e, as a household necessity." E. M. no one could bavo told from any word or him that the wife has an incurable caneer, It describes Btanlej'e search tor xuving-stoDDralnerd, Minn., writes: "I act of theirs that they were soldier, of a and may tlio any moment, or that tho daughand his woudeifnl march ncro" the am subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I defeated army and a loit cause, for while ter will bo crippled for life. He prefers even In delerml -u- nparalleled go, am always sure to have a bottle of there was no exultation, theia was no de- this to the thought that she may be forced to Dark Continent in the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL jection; the one dominant thought and manual labor. It is tnte that iiovcrty in our nation, endurance and heroMerioR exploration of the feoling wa, "The war is nded, we are artificial state of society involves all the mi- annuls of mankind-- his And the Loulirllle xolng home," which many had left four serieshunger, overwork, humiliation, and marvellous alventures with CanniE. H. BURNSIDE, years bafore, and had not even beard from sickness, yet we can hardly understand w hy Congo, ferocious bets. in three years. I caught a freight train on men should not choose them all rather than bals, Dwarfs, Savages and with me. It is without a rhal for the euro tbo road and rode into Greemboro, N. C, sickness aud physical suffering. It gives a record of the remarkable This Old Woll - Known On year fur only 6.1-t- wo pnmn for Ilttl of bronchial affections." at about midnight on top of a box car. Tho man who commits suti'ido from of lha renowned Uu Challtu more than lbrprk'of one. Hotol Still Maintains Getting into a car of a (rain on a side pecuniary troubles is, nino times in ten, found tm rw1 P.n ( Vnn! rnrr.KED nv r a. u- Hi Rh Roputation, track to sloop, I found it loaded with to bo one who is overworked, or who hoi among the UDongo By paying uiM you will rectiT FeDr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass, AND blanket', and the sun wai high up before I raged secretly or openly at tho apparent in- bait; his thrilling experience with the your bom papr with th Oiurlir-Journa- l. fur ono year lh awoke. Tbe first thing that greet! my justice involved in work thnt brings no reFor sale by all Drugglits, rrprrM-niallMtn Monkey, W Id a.w.pa,r of Houth. Gorrill. or Iti Proprietor ii Determined th&t and for a tariff for rrnu thonly, and democrat-l- e lleepy oyes next morning was tbl: In tbe turn, or who, haunted by fear of poverty, has rocious immense serpents, hors, it Shall be tiecond to no Country brlghtnat and aMl lamlly wwkly In th th Unllil shallow dry ditch not five yards away stood lived beyond his incom, incurred nnnoj big Africa bufJaloe. fltatea. Then who detlrc to iuiiiim Hotel in the State in it Fare, Muplr Geo, Oeaurog&rd, speaking in a low voico to debts, nnd takes his lifo to escatM tho conelephants and other bevts and SvaRes of copy of th Oourlor-Joutnrau do to t IbU olBce Appointments, or Attenan olncsr seated on an empty box. He held sequent misery and mental agony. Nothing the Dark Cjntinent. tion to Comfort of ina cup of coffee in one band, and gesticulated overturns tho mental balance so surely as a It deicribts the curious peop'e who their Qneiti. slowly and earnestly with the other. long continued sense of injustice or long conSome fifty yards beyond this group, on a tinued debt, and nothing is so frequent a habit the world's least known put', to sad frana the ! lUfKMr will be y low bill, stood a very small houe. cause for suicide. "Hopo fa said to spring their stranse and remarkable cistoms, and free of chars;. Special aeroanaotlatloae i:i i On thi eternal in the human breast," but in tho how the crett explorers lied and traveled It was Johnston's headquarter to CommrrlalTralre. The liar will opposite side of the train were a number of matter of money-makin- g alnaji sapplltd with tn rholeeit years of Cannibals, tells of It braadior Llqaor aad Clears. small firo, at which men were cooking, IS WAHRANTKD to euro and kill hope nnd destroy mental vigor and nmomrthem vlioui s vitulttwAiiairi Ctiiuco Rtcj-- "' satiug, or sleeping. Some genius discovered bodily health. Xo other form of misery pro- who eat the ilrth of men and dtcorate their Ague, Intermittent or Chill Keu-rFever, Dumb Agin lllllous Fever, that part of tbe train was loaded wltii pow- duces quite the xnmo Impression as financial villi,e with the skins of their eneuiifs Dengue (or Uroak-bon" Fever), Liver Through Coaohoa and Pullman der, and in a short time barrels were rolled wrong. To bo a healthy man, learn to boar It describes the travels, adventures Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from Bloeping Cars. or thro vn out, tbo heads knockel in, and cheerfully tho misfortune as well as tho good Malarial poison. canteens and bottle i wero filled to carry fortune of life. Therefore, tho mental re and important dlcoveriss of the reCan Ho Cured. . Kroin borne. Out of mere vrantonnosi, barrel of quirement "Harpers, S. C, July 9, ISSj. nowned explorers, Speke aid Grant, s, of tho laws of health are cannon powder were upet, and lay in heaps LouiMTlIlo lo CIiIuiko, a x There I' p'l'r no dlwm tn ptrrilrnt ai singuUr with their "For eighteen months sitf-ere- cl or ImllgnlliiO, and oo. too. Ibal up to the near the fires. Remonstrance and warning man Hvocontentment, nml calmness, and that in Central Africa, within his moat with Chills and Fever, prraent time bat baffled the skill oflhchronic parienee while nsiding in the curt of the were receivel with jeers and ridiculs; so I Cleveland Leader. income, however smalL ChiclniiiUl to CIiIcmko, nbyslclana. of th jot out of my car on the other side, and -- Vine mnnsrehs, Rimaolka, Mtese and having Chills every other day. bars their o'UIn In Dyitwrwla. Tlmrrpp. Intliiiiiupoils (U ChlciKo tautioued one of Gen. Beauregard' i staff. I tom are Ioji of appetite, Ktmr.si, reiding like pictures of wonder dftcr trying various remedies tullnrM or weight In tb Ici of flrih, a nu-M- a Holes Into the Intltililo AVnrld. ttoiuach. cccailonal ad scarcely got to the end of the train, . or Toinltluj, acMlty, datultncc, dull pain In recommended to cure, used a Very recently Dr. Maximilian Hem, of land when a pile of tbo looio pnwder went olf, i, d. with a I- hrarlrrM fifes ix history of tbe extensive trav bottle of dyer's A$uc Cure, and thti IrreKUlatlty wtKilloniif low iplrlu, cr and, fortunately, only one pile. Tbe only Leipsig, in a book enllnl uVen.hIvinden nnd of towels, ileepteM. Via LouIitIII: Solno Theorie'' advnnres tho oxtraonllnary els. great discoveries and marvelous advn derangement of ki.ltij, aoJ not damagj na tbo literal skiunfng of three or nwsullowtktn, have never since had a chill. theory that there are holen bt the vMble unfiro.uently of tba heart. his dsvoted lour men. of Sir Samuel Biker and I T EDWIX UMiPEJi." a tn 7 4J p If J on at sutleilug with any of thcie ijiuplomi world through which men nnd things fall tures QUELLING INSUBORDINATION. the wild and aa p in I s vo a m J "" .I' Ti into tho invisible world, just as sailors go wife and companion among rRErAUED BY a ZO l ui I HOOim Thore were immen'9 quantities of army head-firdown mto tlio hatchways or chil- curiom savages of the Upper Nile Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. tupplio stored here, nni many of the solVia ClMtanatl. dren tumble into coal cellars. uTbo process," It gives a full history of Ur Living diers soomed doiirout of helping tuenmlvej. Sold by nil DruggUts. viys Dr. Hern, "can not proceed gradually, residence on the Olitetnnatl jears' I I.t. lndlanamlla.... A company of cavalry brute into a house UicaiiMj there U no iiosMlrie gradation from stone's twenty-fiv1! tl M a IVIIaL CUICE YOU. :. n it n ik fj i '..'p (ravels, where some fine uniform cloth wai stored. '. Arr. Phl-- . "" what U material to what Is mero vacuity. continent of Africa, his extensive q :Zir'.". -- v y in I (Um Tbe guard gave tbo alarm; an infantry Tboso Ky.TJ-CFor sale by Dr. M b. llou-nHtaoford, gajw or rents may occur anywhere nt great discoveries, sicRitlar and thrillirc Pall) forcn was double quicked to tbe spot, comSunday. any moment, nnd whatever happens to bo his missionary and phlUnthro ing up just as tbe cavalry wero riding awny. I! lureyonr ticket read, la tb thero when they occur will be snapped up There was a quick command to halt, a savsgs, the many into empty spare which is the Invisible pic labors among the .. aWfcJi iV DU. W. D. PENNY. saucy roply, a jW, . , .11 tsvcaw .1 l.t.. tnn- - boon ccr bcitoncd uoii man it perfect " " world in tuo twinkling of an eye. It the eirange auu iemrkaou OuntlMt, g shot', flying horsemen, some dead tn;u object chnnco to lo a man, bo is resolved derful career. health, and the true way to Insure health 11ITTIJJJ HTAN 11)1111, KKNTCCKY iu tbe street, and tbe danger of (L.N A.dt' IVy)a. It I, the quick!, lb Ult instanter into primordial or elementary Is to purify your blood wl'h Ayer's Sartt-parillOffle on Lancutr mwt. rest door to Iiira and mealdlrxcl tin to Chicago abd plnn was over. Thereisnohjok an universally sought immaterial matter. Tho theory of "radiant BlOB In the Norlhw,,!. C lough, 3i Arlingto 12 a 3Irs. Elia A. Utile liuutt tnira i And then two men came riding slowly en M. and 1 to or. u. AneathetlriaJmlnlitarvd energy" heljis us, to air understanding of the br all clause of readers, as a complete what Tlckti Ia the Monon Ilout on ,al at all printon St., Lowell, Mass., writes: "Every nccMaarr. down tbe street, ono in civilian's clothes, .) cipal ticket office. Kor rale, maps and lull In inelo-mrof a man within cvdonedla of the researches, difcoverits, tbe other in full general's uniform. They sudden falling or winter nml spring my fumlly, Including formation, add rem space, so that no man, be he asleep or awako, achievemente and adventures of all the WM, . HALIIWIN. O V A , Chicago. woro Jefferson Davis and Joseph E. John-3tomyself, use seeral bottles of Ayer's suau do nuio to nnd Win. together with A.J.O'UEIIXY.U a A., UhiIivIU. great travelers and explorers, Expcrienro tins convinced mo If it were xible to pump tho Tbo latter person leomed calm and that, as a powerful dMcrintion of the curiom and savage ether out of a cubic foot of space, a but I shall never forget the agony Dressed Pine Flooring, Oeiling, Weather of grief expressed in Mr. Davis faco. He as we can pump air out of a cubic foot races of men, strange wild beasts, birds and bo nothing but reptiles, and the marvelous natural won Boards, Piuishinp Lumber, Oreen see mod a? if he wag about to weep as he of ether, thero would E spaeo left liehind. Across this jace no B!. looked at the fallen men. This event re Lumber in tbe Rough, including Tropical and Polar worlds. light could sjieed, for thero would ders of b ti the prestod tbe turbulent tpfrit that seemed indjatm ana mangles. be nothing in which those vibrations of It Is a large, handsome volume of 770 creasing with overy ney nrrivaL The purifier, It li scry much superior to any Kunttick) Homo KuhI liquor was selzsl nnd destroyed, rations radiant energy, which we term light, could page", and over 200 engravings, every page KorthconTalenrnf our cmtorafri In Hun-for- d other preparation of Snrmparllla. All anil Tlrlnltr i ha, arrancel wltU Nothing Unit should fall into sparkles with the mof t thrilling inc dents given to all, cloth doled out slowly, all bo tratiMuitted. tiro. persons of scrofulous or eoiiiini)tlti tenIt. M'f.arvn to keeponbli yard, nnaiMrtment Johnston's army in camp roceivod a small that hole could bo seen, sinco no light could J.iiluIht, is a book thnt ae dencies and especially tkll.-iitchildren, of ourindirect where tbey can gt It ai cheaprar Washingfon, Philodolphia and amount in specie; camps wero formed, nnd bo reflected or omitted from it. A mnn in- of travel and adventure. It from It will nlo nuk are sure to bo greatly benrlltcd by Its any liilis not -- n ban Ir, which we willitlmivi Now York. p event tumult and closed in Mich a cloet could neither seo nor recommends itself to every thinking per all on short H "5utioiis taken to bo teen, and neither Hvo nor die, for both life .UKf.VIX .t it A VI ft, use." J. Y. Starr, Laeouin, lonu, siltes: notice auiTdnorder. son. It has beautilul and striking illustraTbeonly line running uiy, Ky. At la-- t a train was ordered south, and as and death are processes which can only take "For scan I was troubled with Scrofuinteresting and valuable many ai ould squeeze Into the wretchol place w here thero Is force. In ueb a predic- tions, wonderfully lous complaints. I tried towral different I'ULLMA.V NKW SLUCPIXU CAKS s got a ride as far as Charlottesville. ament the missing man would simply have in contents. preparation', wliHi did me little, If any, Just before we Mt a rumor was current been wiped out gono with the twining woodTne work is published br the Cincinnati that Mosby bad shot Proiideut Lncoln; this bine of tho universe thawed, i solved nnd Publishing Co., Cindumti, Oaio, and is good. Two bottles of Ascr's Sitrsnpn-rlll- a A SOLID effected n complete cure. It Is my lecomo nn invisiblo, ethereal dew. New as the first news of the rKou Misi Mary J. by subscription. sold only opinion thi1. this medicine is the b't York Mercury. THE PBECI0U3 KEQS AGAIN. Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Kt blood Chrismsn, ofSianford, Ky.ls the author to Washington City, Onwanl again; no loitering n9w. OnThought Flouting A run ml I.Ike Fog. zed scent of this section. We advise ev Connecting In tbe tarn depot with ward, from daylight until too dark to soe bold that wlilirt we retain impressions of I the I cross-tioThen down in a fence ThedlrHttlm'i,cti line aud old iitablltbed route ery family to secure a copy of this valuaFast Traine for Now York. from soroer to bleep, and up aud on again, Ideas thought itself is gUen ofT in somo Mmj Th Direct flout to resembling gaeonsnet but so reflneil and ble work at once through North Carolina Into Abbeville, Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis LynchWg. DadTlll, Norlalk and all Virginia of the day." C. E. I'pton, Nashua. N. II., sublimated as to bo imperceptible to nioital THAT HACKING COUQU can be so quickly S. C, where the railroad ttoppjd, aud a and North Carolina Poluls. and all points in the West. vLilon. If, however, we wero gifted with curtd by Sbtloh's Cure. We guirantee It. M. L. writes: "For a number of jears I lew yards from the end stood what apFor ticket and lurther apply ' ' intctioror spiritual vi.ion, Rich as clairvoy- Bourne. was troubled with a liunior Iu my eyes, Two (2) Daily Tralai from LouIstUI tc 3t Louis. yourneirtit tlckutofflcaor Inlormatloo, W. Jlon-ro-to peared to be tbe same baggage car, I bad ad J rM IV. ants aro girted with, wo could beo thought, Three (1) Dally Trulm from Clcclntiall Dlr Freight and Paiwnger Agent Islington WIt.L YOU SUl'FEll with Dyspepsia and Llr-- r and unable to obtain relief until I comicen in Danville, and in it wa stored the y to ft. 1)U, Complaint? ahlloh's Vltallssr Is gusrantted to rame precious cargo. The car was in nswo now sto each other, fori think the menced using Ayer's Sarsaparllla. , I bine O, W.NMITII, ii. w. rvwr.u, !. rjbargo of Maj. Steele, and although only a atmosphere of our world is crammed aud cure you. For sal br M. L. Bourne. Only to hour from LniilnllI and Cincinnati taken several bottles, am greatly beneOen'l Mtnir, Oan'l r.M'r f to t. Lout. SLEEPLESS N1G1ITS, made miserable by that linjlo sentinel was on guard, still it was evi- Jammed full of thought, and that this bmond. Virginia fited, nnd believe It to bo tho bent of blood the atmosphere has much to do with terrible cough. Sblloh's Cure is the remedy for dent that there was si)ms anxiety, for two purifiers." It. Harris, Creel City, Hamsey Tho Only Lino by which you can r throe timm in as many day a cordon of tho development 5f Jbo earth's products and tou. For sals at M. L. Bourne's, got a Through Slooping Car Co., Dakota, writes "I lnnc been uu wttn humaulty, or man, CORED, health and iweet brtslh Mvalry suddenly encircled tho car, and particularly C4.TARBU Intense sufferer, w Ith Dyspcpsln, for tlio tbe precious kegs were hastily loaded on six who, to my mind, is tho acme of nature's secured br BUlloh's CaUrrh Remedy. Price 60c. From Clncloatl to St. Louis. Cor. NsjsI Injector free. For sale by M. L. Bourne. past three years. Six mouths ngo I began wagons and moved rapidly away, only to offorts iu the procvui of development. i'tbeonly llnerunnlng to use xeiurn again in the same mysterious man-ler.- f O &1Vr .""rough trom LouliTillS "i1 Bucklen'a Arnica Salve ruuU-rjiullii- g and Cincinnati to St. Louli, all oilier rouUi belcg I Gonitlines Needed. Bruises I delayed awhile at this place, foiling made up of a couiUnntlon of email roads. Louisville & Nashville R. R. It is as much easier to And fault with what The best SsWe In the world lor Cuts. Chspped suro that elthir our own man or the others do than it is to do something', as it is Sores, Salt Rheum, Ferer Bores, Tetter,Eruptions, The Ohio A. Mliili.lppl Railway runs Palatial solzs tbe money. Mr. Djtvif and Tit OBCAT Callblsini, Corns and all Skin Blcoplnv Cars on nlcht train,? I.ht urlant Par- easier to ask thou answer questions. In me Bands, is cabinet were here with a guard of e' mr uiii uu uaj trains; r.iegani llay Coscq. chanical matters theiois not much room for and poaltlVely cures PllM.'or ne psy re ulrW. I, money cavalry, a detachment of naval tbe man who can do nothing es on all tralui. THROUGH TRUNK but objeet to tbe Is guaranteed to gWe perfect satlifictlon, or Direct and e!fl dudes, nnd a heterogeuou mass of volunconnections are made In UNION course of others. Fault finding, to some ex- ..Mnded. Price 25 cents per box. For sals by It has effected ait cutlio cure, nnd I am DEi'OTd with dtTerging liuea by theO. A M. TO TUB teers.. Several of ths latter men told me McAlliter. tent, Is a negative llallwsy, Ihus aroldlug irohlesom trsns- nowai well as ever."' Ibatthere would be a scramble, for tba along with a good virtue, but it Uought to go Penny 4 fers by othtr route. deal that positive. Wonderful Cures. nbney as soon a it became oertain that it Sold by all Druggists. The Ohio & MlvlMlppl Ballway Is tbe only line Drug- ould not be sivod from capture; and a Scfentiflo American. between LoulsTllle, I'lnclunatl and Bt. taut W.D. HoytA Co., wholesale and retail aelllng Price $1; Six bottles, $u. under on management, tunning all li art ot it did go that way. An Agreeable Cure for Lunacy. giiUofRome,Qa., aay: "W. have been -- WITH trains through aolld and In consequence liw night bef ire they left to march into Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, A lunatic who exrnped from the hospital for Dr. King's Hew Dlicorery, ElocUIo Bitters and rwoiaj D9 i. irvguiEro ririi-viai- ia &e hands of tht FedoraN, tbe specie guard too ituano atBuffalo two years ago, and has o...i.i-BaWe for two yeais. Hare niv- imlM Pullman Palace Sleepers. tween tbo Cities. Mass., U. S. A. iras suddenly Increased to about fifty men. since "been wandering over France and Great er handled goods that sell as well, or give such Apply t ticket Agent of connecting line for At about Oo'clook, while talking to one of Britain, returned to his home In Now York universal sstlsfsctlcni There bare been some full particulars as to rate, time, map, circulars or any dealted lnfurmatlon, or will to t them, a tail man oo horseback came state tbe other day jwrf ectly onred. Chicago wonderful cures effected by thess medicine in this IulMTlUe ROBT. H. FORMAN, Jowa the street from Um town; anl, being Times. te IVaahTllIe, Several cases of pronounced Consumptln Ag't O. A M It'y. 8an trset. Ky. city. TrT. Paa. I ballengsd, Informed the sentry that be was a lew hot-tiW. M PKAHODV. W. H.ailATTUC, have boea entirely cured by the uieol flen. Bro jklnrldge, secretary of war. In conneclre. and Oen'l Mn'gr, (ien. Pass. A5t, Atlanta, The Opponent of Poatul Cards. of Dr. King's Hew Discovery, taken I wUh to isll tbreq smsll tree ts of tool nanilng "Ah, general, " said the sentry, alw a VIBClUIUll, V. MonlKeuierv. The main opponents of postal cards are now tion with Electric Blttsrs. Ws guarantee them Fork land, oncouUtnlo tS Acres, on e Iintuckion, "there's no Confederacy now, aid to be men who are dunned by (1) Little Bock, Aeremini thetblrd 140 Acre, latter thir use always. Bold by Peony A MeAHsUr. and no war department, aud my orders are and tbe manufacturers of vTitlng-papewith comfortable Improvements, all rich land who Mebllo aud JVow Orleaais. sou m separBi irccu, aieo iau Acre 01 no. atrfct.' Reliable House. An Enterprising, 1 Knob Land on Uuaa't Oip, near That uigbt Breckinridge left Mr. Davis' denounce them as "shabby," "stingy ," and upon ofthls land has beD lately eurvered bUnfotd. All ITW inWnttn7eiS?yi and aay one Penny 4 MoAlUtsr caa always be relied Only oat cbang to points I o garty, mde hh way to Florida, and es- Unsafe." But tlnir uso grows. everything wUhlns to parchasa cn sne plat by calllne on tas. not only to carry in stock the best of caped from the country. J. P. Beujamln Will sell low for cash or on any reasonable time. Quickest Time on Kecord. Agency for such articles u bate the hit at about the same time, I believe, and Some travelers went from San Francisco to but to secure merit, and are popular with tbe peo- 1th IntorMt at C per cent;a. jr. JTlr'l.'SMBhK Jwr.A n. aaxt moruing tbe government had disap-jtaro- d London recently within fourteen days the ounionl, Jtv ple, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of belnx ai. cavalry, marines, specie, and all P. Btl bare a number of quickest time on record. LJrWmLt ." ways enterprising ana ever reiii. anucb to tbo disappointment of a numbor of It is projKwed in Franc to tax all foreign cured the Agency for the ceUbrated Dr. King 3hq In AbbdVille and the village above, FIno tBliortliorn JJuIIh, iFOK MBBE. alauaaaaaiBF Sooklng home ca tba tin of tbli road will recelr u o neru dlicusjiug tbe proprietyof, taking residents in that rej ublio I H f ranos per anaoiu. New Discovery for Coniumpuoa. win hh VUI U UtDti 1'itEK U all ainilkuu. special rate. at ul L rarely wire any and (Yearllnsa and weanUars) that I will sell low aad iHiImuI rjrts( II. Ii MaMaiab.ilautouM Iit mi ..iti..iuranteo. atesJ(m of the treasure. And Indeed too llluitrall.af, rtiwt. araatai SaitriMingi an IttaliTiil. Bne remsle, aced ones tlntJ to lth IMm.oiu..u.v. It will Um and taest, any of myPUlnrlew, a superior I enh,, CoaW7 ar rat, rout Vsere was only one thing which prevented dirntlMa Ut pljoUn ull T.llctlM r VKUtTAHLK Dakoof etery afftctloa ot the Throat, anlin.l; or I will t I i.iitl.i( nr.iiH, -;you to call eichsng for fat hcg. Am otcrotockej. i M . .'ii.. Hud kvitipithy for th . atj.a.i-i- i hunted ' ' and toshowourconQJence, welnvltJ V, P. ATMOItE, n i,, i , A" W r ' ' - wit, t.iiwn. "! st aid btet 111 zt.R, d i,; aaigeth inatllvitie ' LouitTills, Ky . J dan. rhe flro of houvcii Iim killM the barren coil, nd kindled nil tlio plain and all tho wold, Fbo new leaf over pushes off the old. The flro of heaven is not tho flamo of liMl. nt wood-world " Tho Vtorlds Hondtrs, bv the ereat Tropical and As seen FOR COUGHS Vnu 1'olar Onv-.J- P U8 For Instant Use Swift'sISpocific sun-onie- n K. com-pile- Cherry Peotoral AYER'S CET tfU azcxjiJiJ3E:i3Nr. .ion tilti i fty i er, -t '' i -' 1 11-- OPERA HOUSE L. ss Ilreck-enridg- o, MYERS HOTEL, iti X Oraml Conibliiatloii Ayer's Cherry Pectoral -- STANFORD. KY. Fropr Weekly Courior elonnial and "i" al one-stor- Ague Cure r , nt o AYER'S tonijt Dyspepsia & Asthma Dyt-lpilrml-neTwo-thlr- elver-fulnes- I rt dU-ea- ir I Mdl-nw- Tnnouon time table ' vj m- -. Dyfspcptic Elixir DR. HOLT'S L. e 111 "", THE BEST t''llycpt ly-in- an-src- n. 1151-lyr- g l, LUMBER! Blood M-fi- box-car- O. & M. assas-inatio- omo d s. Purifier mm i TRAIN w e, condi-tiono- Globe-Democr- KeJer-xJi.woa- ld Mar-naduk- Sarsaparilla AYER'S Thfi rt L.&N. LINE SOUTH & WEST n. es FOB SALE w r, UTEIIYA Xgrf Lesc!ycC!4Z weU-kno- -- 'Jtet xsolX -- Ju- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS jp..'' A''- w. . - '', :" 0Hi",U xjKi';v9t,i'