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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886020901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jfemi 0 VeeUii VOL. XIV GEO. O. BARNES. M'nbtthcit Tuetl(iu(tHtl Frltlitu -- AT tifeffo CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT o-- mtftraL NO. 97. COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS. HOYAL GRANT'S (Absolutely Puro).. (Aluta STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1886. ' Pralso tha Lord. God is Love and Noth- a 1J3H AWWUM, OAHH. ItliunJeritoodlf we credit that f .30 will pected and demanded. t ex- ing Elao." FuTTEiiooiui, India, Dec. 29ib, 1885. Deaji iKTEiuon: "C'hrlntniM cornea but once a year," and I think wo hata "made the rnont of It," In a limited way. At any rate we hae enjoyed a "merry" one, without a sting of memory to mar its joyn, for they were all "in the LOUD." By the way, why do we begin our cele bration cf Christmas on the evening befort? "Christmas Ere" ii at much an "instilu Hon" aa the nexl morning, Why else, but that we, as true Israelites; do as Israel did; and accept once a year at least the day, as our God gave it In the beginning; when he sxld of the 1st, l!ad, 3J, i'.h, 0;h and Clh days of creation "and the evenlog and the morning" made thrm the day they were; respectively. I accept this as another "identity," linking in with God'ii ancient people. The "ear marks" multiply with wonderous rapidity, as Investigation proceeds, as we might fairly expect. Our "Cbrlstmis eve" wis celebrated by a spec iat service in the Fort School room. The first thing, Cbriitmas morning, of courte, was ao Inspection of our "stocklogr. My dear, good Mju had eent me a loye ly "ark of thittim" wood -- not exactly of the Uible measurement; and to hold much leas sicred things, (thouih I titiit, never anything the dear LoOKD will disapprove of) but, according to my theory, a box made from the identical epecies of wood used for the holy deposit, described in Exodus chap. The dear Majsr had heard me propounding my "hobby," and cave me hi loving endorsement of favor to the if not adhesion to his theory, by this uot beautllully gotten up dressing cae. Bound at the corners and sides with pMi.hrd bra;; the rich brown wood, with its ptrftct polish, unaided bf oil or vr:ilab; handle of brai, patent leck, nnd all complete; it was as thought ful a "Christmas gift" as atlcctlon could have planned. Dear fiUter Mackenzie gave me a beautiful tortoire-shel- l ectacle case, exquisitely wiought a perfect gem and, in fact rather too handsome to tire except on "State occasions." I shall keep Il to preach my first rermon in Wctminia-te- r Abbey, by which time I shall have a por nf gold epeclaclte to put Icaido ill All of which, of course, is rathir in the hazy I u I il re. If I get as fur as Kentucky, en I will sbo you both preenis. roulr, My good Sister l'eatsou (blind and angelic) to whom, I count it one of the chief joys of my Indian Ministry, that I hare been used as thedeir LOKD'S instrument, in brirgin; into her sightless life the "glad tiding" that makes it a ceaseless joy now to live -- gave ms a comfortable Ulster made f om native cloth, an "just the thing" for Indian railway travel in the cold weath er. Good .Mrs. Cornwall, the Commission eiV lady, sent me 100 rupies, tq'ial to $50 Keide these most seasonable gif", cards and divers mementoes in the shape of handkerchiefs, etc., which I can not now particularize, completed my Christmas "seeking." The rst were all similarly remembsred, but they must tell for themselves. You will ajree that this was a pleasant start for my Caristmaa morning. What a beautiful custom it is to emphaiizj the "tcatenly gift" commemorated by Cnrstmas-b- y these eartbly imitations and echoes, that gladden ao many givers and receiver; -- the former even more than the lattei; since "byond all controversy it is better to give than to receive." Praise the LORD for Christmas gifts all round. We took our Cnristma dinner at the Fort. Dear Major and Mrs. Mackenzie fad provided a most bountiful and elegant repmt. to which !!(3 happv nnd huogry people, young and old, did ample justice. I'ntn in the eveninc, we had our usual service, and the dear LOUD gave me fweeieat liberty in preaching on His 8eo oud Advent, as I had discoursed, "Christ mas eve," on the First trying to gather worshipping hearts around His cradle at Usthlehem Again we aang the two hymns, above mentioned, and I trust, many, will, from that service henceforth, bo waiting for Him, who.e coming alone will right earth's wrongs and change her groans into eongt of joy. Hamming to the Major's hospitable bungalow wa gave ourselves up to the amusement of the happy children, till bed time. I have rare-lspent a more delightful Christmas, Toe next day we got an elegant photo graph of a group of about 15, which I hope to send to soma one in Stanford, that you may have a "squint" at our dear friends who have contributed so much to our hap pinet. You wilt at ones recognizj the tall, handsome soldier in the rear -t- he dear, motherly form in the oentre of the group, without my telling you who they are. Every night, driving home from tte meetings at the Fort, Ero. Woodside and I, paaaacrouohirg figure, squatting for lorntr upon a mound of errtb, thrown np sufficiiBtly high to command about an acre of potatoes. There, in the raw, chilly night on his "lone vigil keeping," he watches that no prowlers rill a the precious crop tw i or I am told that the porcnplnes are specially destructive on the potatoes and require veiy close surveillance. They are persistent night marau-uors- , Wo pity the poor fellow ad we pass r, lus-rjus W. P. WALTON. y THE USE OF ARSENIC, OPIUM AND OTHER DANGEROUS DRUGS. Strange Appetite of tho People nf Lower Austria I'rrulUr Use. of Corrosive Sublimate A Trick of lions Dealers Soma of Our "Orillnarjr Intlulffencei." In win.) tllttrl-of lower Austria and in Btyrta, esiclully In tl mountainous jwxrta lonlerin on Hungary, then) prevails tho hLraiiRO habit of eating arsenic, TIio peasantry, In particular, uru given U it. Tlwy obtain it under Uw naniu of lielri, from tb traveling IiucVsUr and gatherer of herbs, who, on their aide, get It from tho glajulilowera, or purvhaw it from tho corn iloctwa, quacks or ruountaliauk. Tho poison patent liava a two fold aim In their ilatirproti employment, ono of which U to obtain a frutb, healthy appearance, anil nam Ira a certain dugrco of einlion-toln- t. On this account, tlterefore, gay village employ tho dangerous agent, lnds and la Utat tHiiy may Iwoomo mora attrncllvotocach othor, and it U really utonLOiUig wltlMshat uro favorable rvsulU their M; for it U Just th youthful jiolson eaters that ar, generally w"oklng, by it blooming comploiion and an of uxulwrant health. appparniii-According to inquiries iiuuleon tha subject, it, would M'lii that tho habit of eating iolson among tha lnhabltanU of low er Austria has not grown Into a pn.siiou, a U tho caso ith tho opium etrn In tho east, tha chuwera cf tho bctut nut In India and l'olymia, mid of tho cocoa tnt among tho native of IVni. Whonomvcuiimienced, however, it becomei a necessity. It aonto districts sulillmato of iuIokilver l used In tha tame wny. One caso H jwrtlcular Is inntloml by a French writer on th" eif'tn of nitvtii"s of a great opium eawr at Constantinople uhoiWlly lite ii.riiiiHi quantity if firty grains of 6nrTlv nubllmato siith his opium. In tha mountainous parts of IVni the above inentfettwl wriir met very frequently with aterof "orrMve tublliiinUi, and in llolnln th pnx tl U U11 more fiwpiolit, wlxre thil iiily M)Id In the uiark- -t to the lolm l Indian at-U- tr o eon-unii- ;t on to warm rooms and comfortable beds, when we think of him, the live long night, on his cheerless perch and the few pice he gets for his dismal work. Futtebgurhjs famous for potatoes not remarkablo for size or quality, but in pro diglous quantities. The farmers supply quite an area with the succulent tubei. It was first introduced here, many years ago, by a horticultural Doctor, who took special Interest in its cultivation, and got the natives to make a crop of it. Since which time, the cultivators around Furruckabad have retained the lead, in that which they wero the first to attempt, and haye reaped a golden harvest for their enterprise. The ed fertile, soil around the city, for miles, is now covered with the deep, green foliage of this indispensable vegetable. The watering is done from the wells, by means of a great bag of leather lowered and drawn up by a single pulley and wonted by a single yoke of oxen. The "Persian wheel" with its row of earthen cups on an endless rope, and interminable creak, is not used here, on account of the depth of the wells; that lifter of water being only economically employed where the subterranean supplies lie comparatively near the surface. highly-cultivat- f. fCONTINHED NEXT ISSUE HUST0NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. on AHMKYIf day In Vienna tho iim of artile l of ooeunviioi am ng b irw dealers, uikI ixvlally with iSo oMt.'biivn of the nobllltr They ith.tr lutk it In a puhcrlml state of a among tli full or Uy U n Ml the a In a jiWiv f lui.in, w hii h tlwy fateu to the imrb wi'i. th h tct harnoM.1, nnd tlw It. Tleliil, n ilUtIv tlx animal MUtid, thfhing nijwrtraii',e of tlie carrligc-borvM- , mi'l p.o'tilly Um mu h admlm of the foaming at tit nvHith. in tlw piurtlrt arxm' fllng It U u with tin fnnn iMTvaiiU In tli mountainom trU to Btrvtv a iin h of ar ! on th last of hay lforo going up a tU'p rou.1. ThU U datM vart without the leat rMutt, Imt liotild tho horse fall lute 1tliboH th haiiiU f ani4hr owner wlio firl) IIV ItOIWK DKAI.KMS. ery ili inlt fil fr . xntn-vorabl- spring wat.r, although tlnipialitllndlrnti tho pnoui-- of curlxjuio acid or U1 nlr. Ic likri manner, fow jwrwim wlllobjwt to a drof or two of tha frightful cornxlvo, sulplmrk add iritrioli in a glaw of wnter, to which ft oomiiiunhvit- - an agnabH acid tut, anC mot of u have, at viuw p"rlol or other ol ourliv, ImblUkl (i uniIc scid, arxuio ami otln;r drtadl) pi)iu iiiidr the order of th phyii'ian, or the rtrt of tluvw In I ho moil plMiiug form of Cor. Brooklyn Iviglo. e couf-tiouer- lmmedlatWy, U nc ami even with tfc Ua f(lln tliero U no Wlity of rotoring him to hh foriiker kiuva HpjwirutiM. The alkira urtlni!nr nr ruri'HK, a they rffwr i nin of a jwuliarly pili-- l and dadlt iwiturv Our orlltwry "in dulgfHiNi ' in thU ooutitry ar tho tauw ic kind, th'MMh not lud"gro; for wu are ali KUoti ftitiTi. To nay nothing of our opluu, and nleohol ntutuutfr, m. tttttolaleni an delighUnl with tho hrUkiuma iindaiklo ol 1h- l Inaa-muc- arll.li.-longer brH llh apt to iompliiui.' sid O'lU'lllv, "l tho safety valvo of our urlty. after all- - tli lxilanci wheel of humanity, ui It were Formerly men afraid nf th devil and tho law, now they shun public opinion and tmiier thWr acthmi le.'au) ol that iriHv)iitilila wiw who gix- -i n')'tt ilii hi hand photographing tho wvrld at it run. Ii'o, newiiniwr golp, whil it may Imj oven lone, U the aiifety of Our homes nnd institutions, und In liiiid what e il therv h will ouro itlf. I am a IH.ivit iuthefnty dom"bf expression nnd In tha mlsilon'of I am note-boo- TIio nf the "I rather think that tli.t fiolp pviii NfHaier. of which wj John Doylt Letters have been received announcing the death Jan. 27tb, at Audubon, Texas, of Dr. J. C. Kifle, a former citizen of this place. J. Pleasant McKinney and wife, II. J. Harmon and the family of 'Squire J. P. Daniel leave tomorrow to locale in Texas. Mr. Daniel has been there for somo time making preparation. Teachers are informed that 40 percent, of their claims arc in the hands of the Superintendent and awaiting their orders. Any communication addressed to J. A. at Hustonville will receive prompt attention. Theru has been very little sociability in our place since Tuesday last. The only exception was a party of young folks ai sembled at John S. Goode'son Friday night The entertainment is spoken of in terms of higheet commendation. Joe Page, Jr., has returned from a protracted visit to friends in Texas. Well, M. Carpenter (Mike) sends us one of his brczy letters from Mackinaw City. The hitler cold of the region has signally failed to "fre ze the genial current of his soul" Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. D. Weatherford and Miss Metelle LoJ. gan, to take place to night at the Presbyterian church and preparations are being made on a liberal scale. A reception will be given them at the Weatherford Hotel. Permit me for the sake of old association to extend a hand of greeting to the new firm of Waters & Itaney. It is needless to sound their pra?n?s in a community where they are so well and favorably known. Boys, be virtuous and you will be happy." The only markcJ benefit we hove derived from the depth of the snow is seen in the temporary suppression of the ubiquitous "small boy." It was amusing to witness his desperate attempts to flounder through tho drifts; but his legs were I jo short, and he was, for once in his history ( compelled to subside. Miss L'zzie Twidwell is, or rather was, the owner of a beautiful Italian grey hound. When aha took train for the city a few days since she left the dog in charge of her sister, who had accompanied her to the depot. As soon as the train started he made his escape and the laa seen of him he was tlfing over the track in a desperate attempt to overtake the cars. Later.. The dog returned Saturday considerably worsted in bis effort'to keep up with a lightning express. In Chadwick & Hu'chings show-cas- e is a lemon wetglng 1. puncs, grown by Mr. J. It, Law.'es, J. E. Carson's little daughter, Bessie, ia dangerously III. Miss Mollie King is very sick at Dr. J. D. Pettus'. Mrs. W. P. Tatem is yet very low, as ,0 j, Mrf Harry Collier. For correctness of books and reports, R. II Bronaugh bears the palm over all the storekeeper under Mr. Bronaton. For promptness and strict attention to business Keub can not be excelled in any department. The candidates for Circuit Jndgeabip did not trust their noses to the roet Friday last, hence there was no speaking hers; but iery few people were in town any way, on account of the general reluctance to soil and trample the 20 inches of the "b eauli ful" that wraps the field and wood. -- Miss Lillie Petlus is again visiting at Dr. J. D. Pettus'. Miss Jean Buchanan, one of Crab Orchard's loveliwt ladies, is at home.andbronghtwitb her Misa Annie Logan, one of Knoxville's handsomest little dark-ey- ed beautfej, whom jhe had been visiting In Knoxville. W. G. Dunn and his handsome wife are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Montgomery. Hon. F. F. Bobbitt spent Saturday and Sunday at home. -- After a useful life of remarkable ac tlvity.Mr. Jacob Guest died Sunday morn-in- g at 1:20 o'clock, ,ged 81 years and 5 months. He took his bed only a few days before and gradually sank away. His last hours were passed in unconsciousness and like the dying of a pendulum, his breath slowly went out without the moving of a muscle or other indication of pain. Mr. J. W. Guest and his family, of Boyle, were with him during hi last illness. By industry and economy Mr. Guest lies amassed a handsome estate, estimated to be worth $00,000. Few men have liVcd more active or proper lives. He was born tn Albemarle counly, Virginia, and came to this State when a young man, sirce which time he has be a consistent member oi ine nnsttan church. BsCail-T CM nr no.A.:. - !. caue of our financial condition, I P f- Mi Powdor). MHHHHHLH HUMFOllD'S, when rtc.h..HHaHBBHLHaBHHMPJH HAXFORirs, tthen fresh... REDHEAD'S nHKHaaHBflBBaaslH) HHHHHHMBHHHBHi pHHHHHLHHHHH CIIAHH (Alum Powder)... . AMAZON (Alum Towdcr) CLEYKLAND'S(iliortwtJoz.) PIONEER . (SanFrancUco)...! . lAAll DR. TRICE'S SNOW FLAKE (Qrott's) LEWIS' MMBMLM PEARL (Andrews 4 Co.).. .. . IIECKER'S GILLET'S ANDREWS&CO."Rcgar . tlllKtiikM, (CtaUlst aiua. BULK (Powder sold loose) ... . RUXFOKD'S, when not fresh H v Vf- - REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS, AstoPuritynnaWliolcsomcncssoftlioKoynlBakingPowdor.' " I have tested a package of Royal Baking Powder, which I purchased In tho ' open market, and find It composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It la a cream. of tartar powder of a high degrco of merit, and dots not contain cither alum or . E. G. Love, Plr.D." phosphates, or other Injurious substances. f " It U a scientific fact that tho Iloyal Baking Powder Is absolutely nuro. " II. A. ilOTT, 1'h.D." . 11 1 have examined a package of Royal Baking Powder, purchased by myself in the market. I find It entirely free from alum, terra alba, or any other injurious sub, IlENiir Morton-- Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology." stance. " I have analyzed a package of Royal Baking Powder. Tho materials of which It ia composed aro puro and wholesome. 8. Dasa ILvxrs, State Aesaycr, Mass." - I i I I posed to any further Superior Court, and I believe that the Ge- oiogical burvey, the Fih Commission, the whole Military EUabiishment, the Board oi JuiaaiuttloD, the K. K. Commission nnd the Agricultural Bureau should be wiped out of exlstence.-Sena- tor John Feiand. Mr. Henry Curtis, of Stratford, Conn., ninety-on- e years old, suddenly remembering that eighty.five years ago he used to alide down Academy Hill, wa. seized with a desire to repeat the performance, and did it with all the success of somo of hh . teemed contemporaries who have been slid ing down bill all their livei. -- A man, his wife and six children were frczen to death on the prairie near Oberlin, Kansas. am opcontinuance of the Tho Roval Baking Powder received tho highest award over all competitors at tho Vienna World's Exposition, 1373; at tho Centennial, Philadelphia, 1370 at tho American Institute, New York, and at Stato Fairs throughout the country. No other artlclo of human food has over received such high, emphatic, and universal endorsement from eminent chemists, physician?, scientists, and JUoards of Health all over tho world. Note Tho abovo Diagram illustrates tho comparative worth of various Baking Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedlcr. A pound cut ot each powder was taken, tho total leavening power or volumo in each can calculated, the result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by Prof. Schedler only proves what every observant consumer of tho Royal Baking Powder knows by practical experience, that, whlio it costs a few cents per pound more than ordinary kinds, it is far more economical, and, besides, affords tho advantage of better work. A single trial of tho Royal Baking Powder will convlnco any person of these facts. While the diagram shows somo of tho alum powders to bo of a higher degrco of strength than other powders ranked below them, It Is not to bo taken as Indicating that they liave any value. All alum powders, uo matter how high their strength. re t be avoided as dangerous. 5 STAMFORD, KENTUCKY. listing sold my stock ot Or cerles to Mcs rs. Joe OQce on Lancaster street, text door to Imtb-rio- r F. Waters and Tboinps D. P.iney, irho will conduct tho business under the firm name of Waters m . Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. end 1 to 5 r. m. Anesthetics administered whaa & Raney, I with to acknowledge tbe liberal r. necessarr. I hare received at your bands and to re. spcctfully ask an Increase of the same for uiy tiuly worthy successors, who are too well known to need any recommendation. If. 31. IIOULE. I15-ljJ TO THEJPUBMC. DK. W. B. PENNT, ront!-9t- . JUST ISSUED. Letters From TIOEIiATEST! Between thoMtn and the last of this month, I will open a haniTiouie line ol lalles' and mines' cambric and linen underwear, tbe very best quality, diU-e- t Ir.vu New Y rk. Please do not lorgi't that 1 will also open a handsome lint of Millinery April 1st. In the next isiue I shall state where mr room will be. 73-!- ra Golden Latitudes. W prow. "Cor. Chicago Stall. when on lh A Speaker on the Faw t'liglish K)lltlcans stltuenta. "Mn-vd- !Iutlin;. their 'ImV o address As a'ruls mob haUi hatx, and th very sight of a good lhiuing gn t nipts then of Mr, to it on tho pot. It Parnell; who thoroughly understands moba. that of hU career, with ch'arac ta'rUtlt tgaclty, ho ike hatless. One ilaj at Eunifcvirthy, howHViriu found how hard tho iiutliii'is of eiuality art to giatlfy, foi whlio ho U1 hat in hand some one got hold leg and tried to pull oir i i now of an checks I trousors, but tha I'uriiell nuioudon proreil ual U tho strain and tho mob wu baffled. Philadelphia Time. thlr win Urlatl in'tb-youU- exosl Blethotla of tlm The tiiiirrow-catcher' Hparrtiw-Oatehe- r. inotlnxl Li known For foursporta. men an) tho proper number. Olio of theeo with which ho boata tha Ivy ot tho fkloa of tho rick and start tho gamo. Th aoootid boars a lanni tit tha end of a (silo, toward tha light of which tho bird fly when suddenly arointed from sleep. Tho other two hold and rattlo closo agaliut tho roosting haunta of the blrtU a net, made Ilk ahrimpSue net, but considerably larger, and Into thU Uo sjiarrows daah, bewildered by tho uolsa aiU dazzled by tho light. Pater-aoPnwa. A ai Jim McSaifter was being tried in San Antonia for trying to bribe a colored Sam Johnsing, to testify falsely. "You say this defendant offered you a bribe of $50 to testify in his behalf?" said Lawyer Gouge to Sam Johnsing. "Yes, sah." "Now repeat precisely what he said, using his own words." "He said he would give me $50 if I -- " "He ran't have used those words. He didn't speak as a third person." "No sah; he tuck good keerdat dar was no third person present. Dar was only us two. Da 'fendant am too smart ter hab anybody Iietenin' when he am talking about his own reokelity." "I know that well enough, but ho spoke to you in the first person, didn't he?" "I was the fust pusson, myself." "You don't understand me. When he was talking Is you did he use the words, "I will pay you $50?" "No, bos; be didn't say nuffin' about you payin' me $50, Yore name wasn't mentioned 'ceptin' dat he told me ef eber I got Inter a icrape dat you was de best lawyer in San Antose to fool de Judge and jury." "You can step down." Texas Slftlags. wit-net- Bucken's Arnica Salve. TbebestSiWo In the world lor Cuts. Bruises Sores, Salt Rheum, Kerer Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns mj all Skin Eruptions, and pojltlrely cures riles, or no pay required. I, MT. VERNON, KY. Is guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv n This old and Hotel Is still mainPenny A McAllster. taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. Interesting Experiences. 31. F. SEWCaSIB, Pro'r, Hiram Camsron, furniture Dealer of Columbus, Mt. Vernon, Ky. (ia., tells bis experience thus: "For three years hara tried eretj remedy on the market for Stomach and Kidney Dlsjrdan, but got no relief, until I used Electric Bitters. Took Are bottles and BEPHKSKMI.VO am nor cured, and tblak Electric JBltters the best Blojd Purifier In tho world." Major A. B. Keed, fc of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Blttera for an old standing Kidney siRcHon and says: "Noth Manufacturers of the Celebrated lughuerer done me so much good ai F.lectrtc Blttera." Bold at 50 cents a bottlo by Tenny A McAllster. 32 North Third strest. - . PHILADELPHIA White. Fancy and Flannel Shirts. Orrrall and A Captai'n'slFortunate Discovery, York office. (31 Broadway. Underwear. New Cspt. Coleman, Khr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with AND ORGANS. a cough ia that be was unable to sleep, and waa Induced to try Dr. King's Now Discovery for ConMessrs. a. It. A L.J. Cook are Agents for the sumption. It not only giro him instant relief, John Church A Co. Piamu an I Organs, which em. but allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. brace the Tollowlng most excellent Instruments; Knabe A Co., Hazelton Broi., Decker A Boa and aQected and a single His children wre similarly dose had the samo happy effect. Dr. King's New Ererett Pianos. Also. Cloujh A Warren nnd the John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments Dlscorery la now tha standard remedy in the are most excellent In tone, of great durability and wedefy conpatltion. All of then, are warranted Colsmau household and on board the schooner. fire years. Penny, free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at for M. Carbenter,Inferences' A. K. M. Moore Mrs E. J. M. Philips. J. and Penny A McAHiler'a Drug Store. James Brazley, Stan tor j Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchard: Gen. V. J. Landram and Miss Liz. ale HuHman, Lancaster, Ky. Positive Cure for Piles. Xotheieopleol this county we would say that we have been gtren the Agency of Dr. Marchlal's Sae-jfl- tie Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Two pedlgraed Jersey Cows; two 7j Jersey Cows, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. two 'Jersey Cows, lour , Jersey Cowa. Will For sale by Fenny A McAllster, Druggists. calre irom the 13th of February to the SOth ot March, 13M. All are extra good milkers and gtr-l- n Daughters, Wives and Mothers. milk. With calf by Tborndale Boy, who la We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsi'a Ca rrglstered in (he A. M. J.'C. C. Book, M-thollcon, a Femala Remedy, t cura Female Dls G. - CAItPEXTEll. eases, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement 'or bearing LEE F HUFFMAN, down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Chang o t Life.Leuchorrbcta, besides many weaknessea springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spi8TAJ.FOBD, KY. nal Weakness, 81eeplessnesi, Nerrous Debility, Offloe fiouth stds Main Htrest, two doo'i .' the Myers Hotel: Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by DrugNitrous Oxlda Gas alialalitsreJ wbSL . gists. Prieea ft and II 60 per bottle. Sand to Dr. Purs quired. J. B. Marchlal, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. For sale by Penny A McAllster, Drugglita. Post-Otfic- e. JlllS KATEIiVDHRHAtl. At tbe NEWCOSIB HOTEL. A large, finely Illustrated Pamphlet, descriptive of the Northwest. Statistics compiled from official sources. Sent Free on application to 0. H. WARREN, G. P. A., St. Paul, Minn. 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ABE YOD MADE miserable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Sklnf BMloh'eVltaHnrls a positive cure. .For sals at M. L. Bourne's. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY- -a positive Two men were Killed in Memphis by cura for Catarrh, Dlphtbirla and Canker Mouth. For sale at M. L. Buurte's. a snow slide from a roof. A straoger in the capital city of Texas, who seemed to be lost, asked Gus Ds Smith: "Bay, how do I get to the railroad depot?" "Say, what?" "Say, how do I get to the railroad depot?" "How do I get to the railroad depot? Anything elae you want metosaj?" - WHY WILL YOU cough when Shlloh'a Cure tatntdlato rtllelf Price lOe, SOc and II. Foraale by M. L. Bourne. will give Illuttraltit tfUh Original Stttl Engrav nff, VhotcQrarum, Oil Vteturtt anil put JTouJeutt. tnaklnff It the Model SCagatlna of America, FOR Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, t and used more and more every year. and in ANY SIZE. DF.MOHEST'8 MONTflLT U lustl entitled tho orld'a Modol Mamuino. Tbe Largest in Konn, tho Unrest In Circulation, and the best TWO Dollar Family Mairazino Issued. 18M will txi tho Twcnty-ewonyear of its publication; It la continually lmprovnl and ao extensively aa to plaoo it In tho front rank of Family Periodicals, nnd equal to any m.itmzlno. ft contains 73 papo. laryo quarto. 8 xll'i lnehea, elegantly priutoa and fully illustrated. Published by W. Jennings Demorttit, Ncir York, W AND BY SPCC1AL AOREEMENT WITH THE COMBINED; Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year, i ' f- ' il B ?i !1 MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Judge Charles A Hardin rays he is a we would candidate for Appellate judge to succeed compelled to reduce our number of Managed by Jno, B, Fitft, the Breckenridge Xacs says: "If Judge Pryor. A planing mill attachment has been An explosion in a Besteoier Steel the I. J. intends docking this office we February 9, 1880 should be very much pleased to know how Works at Homestead, Pa , killed 15 persons added to the saw mill of Martt St Vowels, Stanford, Ky of this place much wampum it takes to get it for a year. and wounded 20 others. Miss Anna Higgln, of Klrksvllle, will Our near neighbors are highly appreciated J. B. Lovely has beon appointed post begin a select rchool at this place about tho w. P. WALTON. on account of their general excellence and master at Paris and our friend, Col. F. L. first of March. local interest, but the Interior Journal McCbesaey, gets left again. f. begin Hlngeman will The CjmmlMloner of Pensions esti- teaching a clau in German. There are 12 A oenuike whipping post bill is before and Covington Commonwealth aro two papsrs the House n J it was presented by that old wesre not going to do without, whatever mates that $75,800,000 will bo required for members in the class. wheel hor.e, CjI Tail Thompson, of Mer- happens." Thanks, Brother Sutton, we never pensions the next fiscal year. Mr. J. L Joplln's fine boar was run George L. Lorillard, of the re-ceiv- 'd cer. It provides that anv person, except had the slightest idea of giving up your paover and killed by a freight train Sunday New York family of that name, died at morning. a female, who steals goods, money, chattel, per It comes un Jer the head of the necesThe hog was valued at $15. cattle or other thing of less value than $30 saries of this office, where it is greatly ap Nice, France, after a long illness. James i. White is worse again; bis reshall be punished with stripes not exceed- - preciated, Ienatius C. Mattiniy, postmaster un covery is doubtful Johny Green Is imin number on his bare back, ing thirty-fir- e scheme of the der Buchanan, at Bardstown, was found proving all tho The deep, dark, devilish time; it seems Impossible to Saturday. He was 80 years A. female guiltr of such offense shall be republican members of the General Assem desd in his bed kill him. confined in jail from ten lo thirty days. A bly to ride into power on a spilt in the of age. Should the life of the Superior Court The thermometer registered 25 below man's physical condition must be consider democratic party in the State on account of punishment, and if the South matter, which a correspondent zero Friday morning at Staunton, Va. At be continued the nnny friends of Judge ed in fixins the whipping would be dtngerous he nhall be thinks he has unearthed is so slight a Watertown, N. Y., the mercury was 40 M. C, Baufler would be glad to see him elected as a member of the court, jailed from twenty to seventy daya. Now ghwt that will hardly do to scire babies below. I Judge G. W.McClure has been conCol. if you will succeed in having such a with. The democratic party don't break Nashville comes to the front with an fined to hi bed for several days. 8. W. d murderer. John Thornton, bill passed, ynu will receive the plaudits of up in that way. aged nine, was shot and fatally wounded Parris was called to Illinois last Friday everybody in the Stao, Rive a few sent! treasOwn of iLe heaviest drains on tho on account of tho death of his mother. by Henry Welch . mentalisU, whose opinions are not worth ury for the amourt of good that it accomThe Danville Adioctite seems willing & Nashville has deterconsidering in the nutter. Tho Louisville plishes is the Register of the Land Office. its gaugo May 31st, and fcr Rockcastle to bo stricken out from the Kentucky has 118 counties, more than List year it cost $5,763 40 to run it, while mined to change 8th Judicial District, Wonder if the half of which are what are known as the receipts were only $1,517 50, an excess all the others In the South will follow suit is the "organ" of Judgo Vanwlnklt? the next day. is draw moro from pauper countiei that of $1,245 90 over them. A new consitution It is stated that there aro over fifteen There is to be a wedding in this vicinithe State treasury than they pay into it. would no doubt abolish tnis costly luxury. hundred houses in Chicago which remain ty in the noir future. Now don't everyn There would be bitter government and Young DeRoode was fined $250 for as- tenantless because of the belief that they body gutsi. I can't give the names of the fewer cliques and fac'ions, if the number parties yet. Somebody will be surprised. but as there is no saulting Elilor H. H. Gratz at Lexington. are haunted by ghosts. were reduced The January fire loss of the United prospect of that, our statesmen should At this rate old man DeRoode, who made The snow averaged about 27 inches at profit by experience and eee that there is a cowardly assault on the same gentleman States and Canada is $12,000,000, which is this place. It wan 30 Inches In Round-stonto the peni- $2,000,000 more than the average January On Friday morning the mercury no increase at any rate. There are three with intent to kill, will be sent before the present legislature for tentiary as perhaps he ought lo be. if the loss in the past ten years. petitions was down to 29s below zero; one degree represented. is1 C. J. Norwood, State Inspector of colder than tt was In January. the formation of three new counties, gotten case as has been Mines, states that the total output of coal for is said that all things come to him up no doubt by men who wish to speculate We have often heard it said thalchick 18S5 in Kentucky was 1,600,000 tons. The in real estate by the establishment of coun- who waits and Mr. Lovely, the new not live over 7 or 8 years. We are is 01,800 tons. ens do ty seats and get all out of the State treasuat Fasis, believes in its truth. total increase over last year informed that during the cold spell In JanWinchester added 133 houses to her uary a hen bolonglng to R. G. Jonre, which ry they can. Let the General Assembly Twenty five years ago Lincoln turned him give a cold shoulder to nil such jobs. out of office, and after waiting that length number last year, and one of our most care- belonged to his father 20 years ago, and estimates the number to be has been in the family ever since, frcze A bill has been ofiered by Senator Har of time, Mr. Lovely returns to the same po ful contractors to built during the coming year at 150. he held under Bnchanan. death. She has hatched and raised chickris looking to tho solution of the muddle sition the assinine Legislature has gotten the That very deserving and accomplished Democrat. Chambers, the Monon robber, ens innumerable and was laying up to Teatinioiiiala from somo of our best Lincoln Chesley management into. It propos- young journalist, Mr. Hawthorne Hill, has within a few weeks of her death. She was penitentiary county farmers in our possession. who has been on trial at Bloomington reported to be about 23 years of age when es to pay South $3,000 for services never been promoted to managing editor of the found guilty and sen- she frczs to death. rendered, order him down and out and Louisville Commercial, a position which he Ind., for a week, was CHILLED PLOWS. tenced to pay a fine of $100 and be imprispeniis eminently qualified to fill. hereafter allow the directors of the Capt. Sam Packard, of Mnlden, Mass., for two years. No. 2 South Bend oned in the penitentiary cut 87 fiO tentiary, who are responsible for its manTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Nelson Hendricks, a negro, living two who celebrated his one hundredth birthday No. 3 j H M agement, to choose a warden and control 50 miles from London, beat his wife and on Tuesday, has lived under every Presi ii No. 1 the institution. This is a pretty coatly jo it ii A bill has been introduced to tax banks 00 drove her from home Thursday night. She dent of the United States, is a pensioner of way out of the mesa but it is better than to as other property. II lO II II ....... .t No. 10 j- 10 00 snow, near his house. tbe war of 1812, has been the father of 12 dead in the which permit the threatened calamity Neat's bill to investigate Tom Henry was found children, and is in good health and condi STEEL PLOWS. He ought to be lynched. awaits the State under the present order was ignominiously laid on the table. Richard Bakrow, a Louisville drum- tion, which promise him a lease of some of things, brought on by a set, which would Messrs. Ramsey, Arnett and Thomas No. 3 Hamilton Clipper, 10 inch cut... 8 9 00 been found'gullty of adbucing a years yet. engulpb. the State in ruin to gratify a little have been appointed by Speaker Offutt a mer, has No. 3 " ... 9 fiO woman at Shreyeport, La. The offense is personal spite. committee to visit the mines where convicts Among tlie Monr. No. 1 Hamilton, with Ibw Centre 10 CO punishable by confinement in tbe State From a common center, loratul betwen the The republican senator? do cot seem so are employed. No. 5 Hamilton, Centre Draft, 12 in. cut 1 1 00 prison for not more than five years. ilusand tho ft lie, tho art of Maj. Rigney propoeed to shorten the anxious for reasons and papers in removal The body of James A. Garfield was md tho application of tiles to clecoratiro imp Furatit Bradley Sulky Plows, best on by the President. Senator Ed- - working hours of the Senate Saturday, but of officers a new sarcophagus poses was carried to tho for east by Buddhthinking they were short 8aturdy placed in earth 38 00 ism, and to the MolmmmolUni, munda who leads the effort to embarrass the members which cost $2,000, prepared expressly for and that In thosofar west bytiles days tho wtro glazed the executivo, fearing that the members of enough now, refused to accede. Respectfully, it reception. The military guard about as sow. Fifty-tw- o new bills were introduced In his party would not stand by him in the Tho form of tilo first manufactured by the his tomb will remain until June 1. inbusiness, called a caucus to consider the House Saturday, making the total Johannes Abe, of Indianapolis, reme- Moors aa that known as azulojos. Thoy session 563, the great were made by rolling a lxa.ll of clay Into a the question when so few responded troduced during the died the chances of the rope breaking by sheet about half an inch in thicLnro, which that.nothing was done, save that the Sen- majority of them being of a local character. overhanging was cut into oim or more geometric formi to the limb of a tree The Senate passed a bill leaving it tying it ator waltzed around a few times on his ear a stream, when he attempted suicide. Sure that would combino to form n dmign. The. because he had been treated with so lit- discretionary with the jury whether a per- enough, it did break, and Mr. Abe fell into faco was then covered with colored ailicioui glozo, the lOgolwvclcd back from tho front The other senators son convicted of carrying concealed deadly tle consideration. the water and was drowned. to form a key for tho mortar whon Uwtile have no doubt seen what EJmuunds will weapons shall be fined or Imprisoned or Commiswas fixed to tho wall, and tho work vtu Senator Frye's bill creating a voted for a both. after a while, that the people in all ready for tho flro, to which it was subjected Mr. Ramsey has presented a bill to sion to investigate the liquor trafio but oner, the color and tho bkquo being dechange of officers and intend to see that it its branches economic, criminal, moral veloped together. authorize the Rockcastle County Court to Theto tiles wcro cry is made. been favorably reported small, and Mens mostly used for dadoes Thoy issue and sell lands of said county, and to and scientific has aro still modo in Spain, but tho Spanish potThe Senate has passed a bill requiring provide payment of same for the purpose of from Mr. Blair's Committee. It appropricounties to pay the cost of transporting building a new jail. ates $10,000 for expenses, and if it becomes ter has lot lib cunning, and tho tile are junketing period crude and Inartistic in color. prisoners from one county to another which Tho Moors modo still another kind of tilo, The Senate has passed the bill admit- a law will famish" a nice niuATKIlH IX which wasinado for floors a n ell na nails. it is calculated will save the State 325,000 ting the lower part of the Territory of for five Senators and a clerk or two. a DrnRH, We can see no hardship in regard to count- It was mode from wet clay, nlmut Wall I'aper, Winex, annually. The Edmunds bill in .Hunjenl to the Union. It was a strictly party of an Chemical, liookx, Liquor IiiMtriicnietita. this. A county that will not build a jail vote, with one exception. Senator Yoor-hee- s ing tho electoral vote, now before the Sen- oblong pieces Inch thick, cut into square or I u (H, of various si1!. On tho surStationery, Cigars, Pocket sufficient to hold its prisoners ought not to ate, provides that each State provide a tri- face a pattern was Indented ami tho tilo fired OIIh, Nohiin, TnlmccoA, voted with the republicans. Cutlery, counties for its neglawful electors, for the bisque, which was then glazed with a want to tax the other I.ainp.s, Pcrfiiinory, Flro Much In A bill will eoon be introduced in the bunal to decide who are its lect. Now Jet each county support its own Senate repealing the present law in regard so that only one return should be sent to white glazo modo of lead, tin, nand and finely powdered salt. After tho second tiring the Our Jewelry, hlhcrnnro and Optical tiooda Department is In Clianro o! Col, idiots and a S100.000 more will be saved to Commonwealth's attorneys and hereafter Washington to be counted, and that both indentations wero filled with pure luster Tlios. Blcuards, who will Itepalr IVutclies and Clocks promptly and In tho belt agree to colors and fired for tho third and last time the State annually. style. fixing their salary at $2,000 a year without the Senate and the House must New Orleans t. We can see no good reason why Louis- fees or perquisites. It is much better to let deprive a State of its sanctioned vote. The Senatorial muddle in Ohio is in a ville should be exempted from the penalty the law remain as it now is. Tim Infernal Keclons on the Stage. fair way of solution. The Hamilton coun-t- y playing on Sucday, against base ball After two or three days lost in discusThe iraoko of hell in tho stagoticrfoniiancot members are to retain their seats pendthough the Senate in its transcendent wis- sion the Senate pleuropneumonia bill failla produced by n new method. Electric lights dom passed the bill in that shape. The ed of passage in the House, receiving four ing investigation at the hands of the Com- are $ct behind colored glasteu of dilTarcnt law should include every locality in the less than the required majority. A recon- mittee on Privileges and Elections, and all hues, and as tiieno glosses nro inovixl thea appear to rims everrhanging clouds, blue, State and the penalty Bhould be severe, sideration was moved and it is thought on questions of dispute arising in the Commitgreen, and black by tunj, or variously else theatricals and any other exhibitions a full vote the bill will pass. We observe tee are to be submitted for arbitration to mingled. Thurman and Judge R. A. Harfor money or pleasure should be allowed that Mr. Bobbitt failed to put himself on A Quettlon In the Clubs. rison, to desecrate the Sabbath. record either pro or con the bill. (Cor. Ban Fraa ciico Argonaut.) Near Thibadoux, La., James Baptiste The House has passed a bill, which A quoktion that i a mattor of aerious disOne of the most promising youngsters in alcussion in all the No v York clubs is whether sale by druggists of any and Mary Dude stood at the marriage in the field of journalism is the London prohibits the the vow which would a member has a riht to fall asleep in hi Leader, edited by Mr. M. T. Craft, a ready liquors save on prescription, and then not tar ready to assume chair In any of unite their lives. Suddenly the lights contend that n the public room. One side and pleasing writer, who is devoted to his more than one quart. Violation of the club ia a member's homo, extinguished, scream of pain were and be woulJ take a nap in ;his chair if be Over 100,000 Sold Last Year. Victorious In Eyerj- Field Centcflt. work and anxious for the improvement and law by either the physician or druggist were Kabmkrs A Piowmi.i.Vou should unolhlni but tbs Ollrsr Chilled Plow, bcue thty ars room was again light- were at boms aurroundod by the members development of his section. It is brimful robs them of the right to give or fill any beard, and when the work in sod or HubH. Tbt toouldtroids ua lhor- adsntei lo all kinds of sol and will do ttrst-cl- a groom lay on the floor with three of his family. The other aide say that it ougoiy iaiura, ddkii spots in Ihtta sod will scour soy sou. Ohm's mtfal will not ccrrodt. of news and lensible editorials and has such prescriptions in future, unless they ed, the been' would bo Impolite and indecoruu for a The heaviest coat ofrmt that can icxuinulit-o- n II will be entirely removed ty a few alnatn'us. fatal wounds in his back, He bad gentleman to go to eloep in bis chair in dis- Tbt "Oliver" ia a thoroughly centre draft. I'low having a Bloidng laodslde, which does away with Dlainlv demonstrated that it has come to makes oath never to repeat the offense. stabbed by Kesiah Collins, bis former mis- regard of bis guaiti, and claim that' tbe the pressure found on all straight plows. Tbe Oliver Chilled Plow hts hundreds of I The Senate passed 8enator Bush's bill stay. So excellent a Craft could not fail mauuisciurrr win iry v imitate an inferior piow. otner members are hi guests. A third history of plow making, from l,UO In lliO to over The ,'OllTr, has a record umanlUUd In tbn 100,000 In will ull prohibiting tbe sale of certain deadly weap- tress, who escaped. to weather the storm. party is willing onougb that tbe sleepy, buy toe "Oliver" ana use do oioer. ii wii i brrtk bard, dry US3. Your neighbors pow will. you to ground whtn no other I also havs tbs Ulbbe IiawulslHteel Plow, which 1 maklnr a record hra nntnBl1- - t. ons in this State. It provides that any .w beads should be allowed a nap In their There was a storm of indignation a few OANHLLt. BOYLE C0UN7Y. 'W. chairs, provided they do not snore or make Plow. Try tbtta and bsconflDced. IIIClCilMH. passed a bill to person who shall hereafter sell a pistol, years ago when the 8enate themselves objectionable, but admit it U s airi-arnu- e. or Miss Mary Duke, of Danville, had her hard to discriminate. It is probable that allow each of its members a clerk, but it bowie icniie, slug-shoshall, on conviction, be fined not ankle sprained and her jaw broken in a sooner or later a room provided with cosy became a law all the same. And now the less than $25 nor more than $100, or im- railroad accident near Kansas City, in sofas will bo furnished in each elub for tbe congressmen emboldened by the success of drowjy member Uhat raid upon the people's money, think prisonment from ten to thirty days, or which many others were hurt both fined and imprisoned, in the jury's on They Bang It Once More. Messrs. A. J. Rice and Jesse Fox that they must be furnished a. clerk each at Philadelphia Time. the public expense and a bill to that discretion. This would do very well for a yesterday shipped to Atlanta 23 good cotThere was a sensible clergyman in law, if all the States would adopt it, bui ton mules. Mr. L- - H. Hudson went to Atlanthe Home. effect is now pending in Chester county, who was disturbed by tbe PaALB-aIX w " 'J we are too close to three others for it to ta on Sunday, where he baa a lot of mule. noise mads by male members of tbe congreTub Harrodsbnrg Democrat thinks the help matters much here. Mr. H. T. Bender, pension examiner, gation putting on their overcoats while" tbe Drugs, Books, Stationery and Senate of the Kentucky LegWature comDoxology Was being sung, and said: Wow is still unearthing frauds that have been Fancy Articles. NOT KB OF .CURRENT EVENTS. that you have your overcoats on we will mitted one of the most cruel as well aa one d resorted lo in Boylo county in order to sing tbe Doxology over again." It was a most aseinine acts any deliberate 'jf the Mr. Henry Waterson is reported se pensions from the best government the courteoui and moderate rebuke of a prac- Pbyslcl ass' prescriptions accurately ceiopoasded Also A body has ever been guilty qf, when," bjr jfae riously ill. me iT"-iaworld ever saw. Mr. Bender will soon tice that is too often thoughtlessly indulged. I VwV 'declnive vote of 20 lo 5j it resolved to rela, but la nevertheless tbe height of Tads-newAustin, Texas, has just suffered a leave Danville, when he will be succeeded peal (he law which provided for the exist- $100,000 fire, A dry goods establishment by Mr. Logan, of Illinois. A lUmarkable Memory. ence of the Geological Survey and Bureau burned. t ttfvVVSBSBawVHBUaJHHSa Mr. Bszll Quest scd bis sister, Mis A merchant of Athens, Ala., baa a re- The Largest Stock of Watches, Olocki, of Immigration. Mrs. John 8. Barbour, wife of Con. Laura Guest, went to Crab Orchard Sunday markable memory. Of a $10,000 stock of Jewelry and Silverware Tux auditor's report of the amounts'' of gressman Barbour, died of concueesion of to attend the funeral of their grand father, goods' ha can tell, without looking at tbe marks, what each article cost. Ever bought to this market Prices Lower tba i money paid to attorneys during the years the brain, caused by a fall. Mr. Jacob Guest, who died there Sunday ins Lowm. watcnos, uoeks and Jewelry on shoil notice, and Warranted. 1883, 1884 and 1885, for attending to law It is a notable fact that while at Lex morning, Mr. and Mr. J. W, Guest and a. ewirt Cruiser for Spain. business for the State, shows a total which ington on Wednesday last fourteen inches others of tbe family bad been with the old A cruiser that is to atoam among the waves proves how numberless are the leaks in and of snow fell there was not a Hike at Coving- gentleman several days before his death oc- of the sen at tho mooring snood of twenty, THE SEMI.WEEKIiY-Several Louis- ton. two knots an hour Is being built on the Clyde Commonwealth. raids upon the treasury. curred. IsBkfor the Spanish government, The thermometer registered but 3 be ville lawyers drew sums of $1,500 to $2,000 Tbe two auctions are- - still booming. WALTON, I and the entire amouut paid out foots up a low zero atbffolk and 6 below at Rich- Capt, Boone has broken down and is temIVaf es I'ald for Diamond Digging.' A letter from Kimberley, South Africa, mond, Vs., and still we are told it was tbe porarily succeeded by Capt T. D. English. small fortune. Is published, every Tuesday ieJ Friday represents at the less low price of Capt. Boone above mentioned has fil- nually paid that no town than $."(,000,000 is anwj Sikce 1870, the pension payments have coldest snap ever known in the State. in that alone in wages for The average daily mail received by the ed in the Boyle Circuit Co'ut a suit diamond digging. amounted to $380,847,200. The bill to in TWO.DOLLAKS PER YEAR. crease the pensions of widows, which has House is said by Postmaster Dalton to be against F. M. Green, of the Richmond Jttj A Maililne for tho T'Uliermati. already passed the House and is now pend- between 13,000 and 15,000 letters, an aver ittcr, for $10,000 damages, the cause of acGloucester fishermen ore experimenting ing in the Senate, will add to the annual sge of nearly forty letters per day to each tion being alleged slanderous and defama mm u uuitujuu which spuis and God, where Congre.'eman, though some receive as many tory utterances in tlie;coluns of the Jltg-ul- cr. trei quicker and Iwtter than "git" mook' OP ALL CLaHM Great rno.wHtire3tnC0.0tJ2. human can operate. j as 200. is the thing to BUrp? Noutly Scmi-Kltthbaterior(ranl Referring to our notice that bo ROWS ! 1 P-o- PLOWS ! PLOWS ! well-know- n We have just a large invoice of very best brands of eight-year-ol- PLOWS Ad-voc- one-hal- f, e. It poet-mast- er Including the Celebrated South Bend Chilled Plows and the old reliableHam-iltoClipper Steel. Look at our prices and compare them. Every Plow i J Q CJ H II) wjmsni. 10-inc- h 01 hi 0 1 tr "11 g 5 BRIGHT & METOALF. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky., ln Opera House Block, Da-kot- three-quarte- rs Arm. Times-Democra- f meMK 3? 2v!rVK B ai II. ait oraBs-Knucit- t, Peniir&M'Alisier PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- ob-tai- '!! W. P. smXVv MirQ!jp' iJwau,iiY, Pro'r. sBT JEIllVl wHsaanx"K - Jiaijjg,- sEHisiiw H Interior. Journal and Chonply WORK. H Eooutod. Stanford, Ky., February Mr. Lucius Perkins, n Garrard county Mackeiikl put up in cood three-hoo- p Buckets instoad of Kiln for ealo by T. B. widower, obtained licenre yesterday to mar Walton. ry Mfsj Rtbecca J. Rill, daughter of the The large plate jzliisa transom over Col, late W. M. Bill, of this county. The mar 0, 1880 Miller's (tore-roooccupied by Brnce & risen will take place m 5FW ADVKtlTISEaKlfN. .rtwwr Frank Allison, V m McRoberts fell Saturday and broke Into n RELIGIOUS. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, B. O. WAIiTON, - Bualnoaa MannRor. thousand pieces. Examination showed Sweeney's meeting at Paris closed Eld. that it had never been properly secured in l.'A'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. position and the wonder is tbntit had not with 10 additions. STANFORD, KY. The meeting at the Presbyterian 1 55 r. M. fallen before. Mell train going North Oflert bis kttIcm to the people of 8' an ford and m -- 11 15 r. m. .. ii Buh....OT. church closed Sunday night with 21 con- - vicinity. Long xperletce and careful attention 181a.m. Riprtttrn)n" Month. TucnGis a Lltch in the postofOcu trans fesslons. guarantee satisfaction. Building mtterlal of evii Nosh........ ,i ii 3 05i,K, ery description furulshed at low rates jr fer. Capt. Richards hat received his comHarrison, tbe"boy" preacher, is now las aove Ii calculated a a standard Unit, Holer mission, but Mr. Alford hs no instructions J 41 years old, He must be the "Old Boy" nttbont30njnUt'sfster. PUBLIC SALE to turn the business over to him. lie tells we hear so much talk of In religiout discus or us that he hat no desire to hold on a mo sions. LOCAL NOTICES. ment now, but wants to act according to the Dr. Armstrong, of Atlanta, was declar- LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Buy your pchool booJn from Pennx A rule laid down. kfrAltalfir. ed guilty by Ecclesiastical court, of immorWatCHM sad Jewelry repaired on short Udder Owing to the cold weather but n small ality and sentenced to ten years' suspension I will tell totbeblahestnow lire, on the premises on where I notico and warranted by Penny A McAlis- Friday night, but from the ministry. crowd Attended the Kink Missionary W. P. Harvey's recent TiiiirtMiiiy, Febrnury 11, 1890, orijrt-cBcv the Has Hog Remedy, the it was one of the moit enjoyable of the sea The following persoral property: and only genuine, from Penny AMoAl- - son to those present. The music was tip meetings in Eiatern Kentucky have resultThirty-fiv- e ed in 810 additions, eight churches organhad txlra good feeding Cattle, weighthe season ing orer 1,'iUO pounds trerage; 10 brad good pltln A complete stock of jewelry, latest top. Judging from appearances ized, and $30,000 ralssd for church build-in2 and old Csttle, In good, strong order; 12 a specialty. Pen. will close soon, so come out Friday night style. , Ilockiord watches head cood erade thnrt 7. rear oM r.ttl- - in l.oort . ny'A McAlister. and enjoy it while it lasts. Calves Sierra and Heifers mixed; 80 head scrub The Episcopal almanac for lost) re- Hleen,2 and 3yeir-old2 yokeeorxl workOxAn: !. a M.ik Cmv. 1 6 wou Mu.e; 1 PERSOHAL. Tiiniin In some awfully loose screws In ports 3,013 parishes, an increase of 171; 3,- - fine Brood Marcs,pprlJh'er, by extra trotting bsrse; In lol a One the transfer of mail from Frankfort here. 725 clergymen, an increase of SO; 398,090 1 good family Hon?, ;0 hum of liogi: l,2uD Mus Wilms (UnDNEn, is the guest Oils; 10 buihels of ft best; SO barac-Tho- se Sometimes we do not get the Capital for a communicints, an increase of 17,006; rels of Cora In Crib: 10 barrels ed Corn, selectof ber sister, Mrs. H 0. Btsder. contributions, a decreae of $352.- - ed etrly In the Fall from a field of extra Com Maiiy Cakuick, ol Scott county, week a then they will all opme in a bitch i that tutdeoTer 12 barrels t tbe acre; a lotol TimMiss othy, Clorerand Millet Haj; lot of stock Kodder; rendering them useless to ua as far 580. istheguestof Mis'ei E'lt nod Gate Glv-en- thereby Rev. W. W. Godby has closed the re- Bupgy and Iltrneff, good at new; 3 good faun as the legislative reports are concerted. Warfont, with harness: Cirt; a general meeting at the Methodist churcb. Farming Implement; Kssper, Mower, Hitline of lUke, Bro. Tripled, can't we combine and get the vival Albion fc'rler, PIowi, Ac lot ol Bacon and Lard; and Love. Mksim. 1. F. Lcoan ratcala turned out who cause the annoying There was a great manifestation of religious Uouiehold aud Eltcbtn Furniture. of Boyle, were here Sunday sleigh I not soli privately before day of talo. I will at feeling under his preaching. About CO delay? the Mine time tell tbe 1'artn of IT--i AcrcH m m persons were converted and 20 "sanctified." of excellent (aiming and grazing land, 3d Acres ridine the girl. An alarm of fire brought most of our towed In tmall grain. 20 Acres cultivated In corn Mia. M. C. Poktmajj, Mrs. Cath Bal-le- y Bardatown Record. the paat season and left for oat t, the remainder lu Llia'.e Portman hare returned citizens to the street yesterday morning to and Mini The record of the Methodist meeting grut. Two imall itrrauit run directly through g learn that their services were no longer up to Tuesday night eho wa 150 accessions; tbeplt'e, glilng ttock watet In evfrom Louisville. ery field. The rrtldecce It a good reneeded. The roof of the dwelling of Judge 70 of these united with the M. E. church, bulUlcg, containing tlx roomt, with cook lrtmo room MiGeouoeC. Kellxij.Jiu, has gocd cittern and well near J. M. Philips caught fire but was extin- South; 70 to the M.E. Church, and 16 to ad olnltig. Aarranged. Two good Stock the door, turned from a visit to bis mother at conveniently Ilarnt on guished by Mr. W. G. Raney, assisted by the Christian church. Of this number 110 tbe farm, alto cow bouts, buggy boute, Iceboate, who Is in bad health. &c. Tbe farm It beautifully located on one ol tbe Mh. D Klam hs returned from a Will Atkins and another colored man, be- have been converted. Vanceburg Courier. finett micadMnlted roads in Kentucky, ol a mile north of UuitoDTlllo and In Missouri and fore more than $30 In damage had been month's visit to relativet Tho Owenton ATevs glvea a good report tntlci touth ot More land Station, on C. B. It. W. Taking Into conilderatlon Its proximity to thlt sustained. Is a regular mower now. Kansas. He of Rbv. G. W. Ferryman's first psstoral Boutbtrn tborougbfars and to a plettant village Mn.W. E. McAi'EE, who married have been having three cburcbei Chrlttlan, Presbyterian The ghost of the old UUter County Oa year in that town. Fifty-on- e Collegft, a andfitptltt Bank and a MisaGlvensof thn county, is a candidate ttttc will not down even as much aa added to his church and during the time tplendld new 2Flouring Mill, National not only the it it of Common BaochoV. A correspondent sends us a he had held protracted meetings at other inott conveniently located from a butlnets or for judge of the Jefferson Court ttandpolnt, but turrounded at It It by a Pleas. liberal extract from a copy just come to points by which 120 were led to Jesus. The community uniurpatieu ror generout noipltamy andgocdmoralt.il It one ol tbe most dctlrable Juixie Chas. E. Kiscaid, of Ken- light but for obvious reasons, we have to paper adds: "He seems to be growing in fa- boniti In Central Kentucky. Everything offered will potltlvrly be told withtucky, has been appointed to a clerkship in decline to publish it. We have seen at vor with the membership of thi church, as out any kind of reserve, limit or Tcrini the document room of the House of Rep- least a dszen contw of the piper and have an earnest, amiable, consecrated and effi- at liberal as any one could detlie. Any one desiring to examine tbe land can call on tbe under- resentatives. nearly that many on hand. A million of cient laborer in the Master's vineyard one tlgncd on tbe premltes. J. IT'. A IjIjEX. ) s Emma Waives has bought them were struck off during the Philadel- whose worth and work are growing in the x. v. Etomih, Auctioneer. Mrs.Tabler's interest in the millinery bus. phia centennial so exactly like the original minds and hearts of the people." CAXD1DATKS. ineas and she and Miss Ella Smiley will containing an account of George WashingLAND, STOCK AND CROP ma it aa partners hereafter. ton's death, that thoy are palmed oil con Miss Jean Buchanan, of Crab Orch tinually on the unsophisticated. Corn for sale. M. 8. Peyton, Stanford." D. SWOPE ard, and Miss Annie Logan, of knoxvllle, Hothouse strawberries are selling in Heading Room. Mr. M. F. Hulet a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, tutjeel A It who is visiting her, passrd on the train to New York at $4 per box. to.tne action of the Democracy. n tells us that the railroad men have organisHustonvllle yesterday to attend the Cyrus M. Jones sold to Wakefield & ed for the purpose of establishing a reading nuptials. mules at $67.60. Lee 19 GEORGE B. COOPER I'ttrrLirt Is a subscriber af-t- room at Rowland. Already there are 40 Mu. John Jack VanArsdall bought $2,000 bar- - It a candidate for Cou ty Clerk of Lincoln, tubject ourown hesrt. He never fails to come in subscribers at $5 each and the first meeting relsofcorn at $2. fHarrodsburg Demo- to tbe action of the L emocratlc party. iml renew hit subscription on time, but was held Sunday, when Capt. Smith Irwin crat. For Sale. I have a lot of nice clover JAMES P. BAILEY crams his pockets full of apples for the was elected president and W. M. Bogle, boys, who wish there were more men in the secretary and treasurer. The engineers' hay, suitable for feeding cows. Daniel B. It a candidate for Circuit Clerk, tubject to tbe action ol tbe democratic party. room near tbe depot win be used and a Stagg, Jr. world like him. meeting for the adoption of s Givens ft Carter, of this county, aold and to Mr. D. B. Edmistom returned from T. . XE iVLAXD to Bruce Le, of Boyle, 13 small 2 year- Huntsville and Decatur, Ala , Sunday and decide on the kind of books and periodiIt a candidate for EherlS of Lincoln coanty, tubreports that there was no i now at either of cals to be purchased will beheld next Sun old mulca for $950. to tbe action of tbe democracy. John Buchanan, of Bourbon, bought Jrct those points nor did be observe any till some day. This Is a most excellent mure and From one that will result In great benefit to the for J. W. Cecil, of Cross Brides, Tenn., a tO miles this side of Chattanooga. Jox F. Waters. W. Jm Tuoiirs 1. IUnet. of yearling mules, mostly mares, this way ii was deeper and deeper men, who will have some place to spend there on Is a candidate for Jailer oi Lincoln County, subtheir Idle moments pleasantly and profita- at $77.50 per head. ject to t be action of tbe Democratic party. till In Pulaski it reached about two feet. jfcfc) bly. A transfer of 70,000 acres ol land in Mia. Lula Clay Brock, after com- -. r, Whit-tieSAH. SI. OWEXS Tins is indeed n winter of remarkable South Carolina was made to Dr. C. pletlng her course of elocution here, leaves of California, the consideration being It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, tubfor Some ret today, bearing with her the weather surprises. Tbe cold snsp which ject to tbe action of tbe Democratic party. 580.000. rhe town of Whittier will be good will and esteem not only of her class came the first week in January and ran on it. B. JR. CARPENTER, but many other of our citliene. She Is a the mercury down to 21 below zero, was The total number of hogs packed in be tbe coldest weather that most deserving Isdv and we trust the good thought then to at County Attorney, the West since November 1 is estimated at It a Candldite for cltluns of Somerset will treat her with the could ever come in this latitude, but last 5,530,000, against 5,555,000 for the same subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic patty. (McBobcrts Block, next door to Dr. Lee F. Huffman's office.) same kind attention that she bis received Friday morning saw that and discounted it period last year. Louisville figures in this X. W. HUGHES from 2 to 1 degrees, the large spirit therhere. Having rurchatoi tb brand new stock of good, of Mr. W. SI. Bogle, mometer at Penny A MoAlister'a registering estimate 121,000(bead, which is rather un It a Candidate lor Public Scooli whots trade ra. dally lccreas-inwe announce with pleature that we are now prepared to of Lincoln county. LOCAL MATTERS. tell everything In the Grocery 2G9 and the mercury at McRoberta A StapgV, der the aciual total. ow, but probably no lower, than any other firm. If ttrlct Thomas M. Parrlsh sold this week to attention to butlncrt, lair and rqu.re deal2S below zro. It was ing, good, weighed In the balances and not found wanting, politeness to Cl(UK3-b- ct In town. Waters & Rtney. more exposed. cu.tomert and cash or 30 dsys A. BOGLE Thompson & Co , of Versailles, his crop of REV. tbe bittertat cold that any of us ever expeconstitute he road to unbounded tucccts, we will get there-tb- at's our destination. Unless a gilt edge or aa good as wheat at tbe mill, be will bare to articulate very were prospects of n big thaw last rienced, but fortunately it did not last long 150,000 pounds of tobacco, for 135,000 It a Candidate for Superintendent Tubllc Schools Tiieue dlttlnctly or we of Lincoln, tubject to tbe action of tbe Democdetnmf Kxr what be call. for. We willingly give our friend, permission to night. do tome and by noon it was comparatively pleasant pounds of which he received 0 cents racy. our bchall and ask that they beat In mini that "a word fitly tpoken It like apples Judicious talkinz In i mS livered nt Versailles, and for ths residue of gold pictures TKAntiKiia will find something to their as anything appears to be above z:ro now. of.ilver. Country produce taken in eacbariefor goedt at market price. Come to sco in Midus and we been but little thaw yst and the of 15,000 pounds, 5 cents, delivered at W. B. WITHERS There his rromlte lo do you exactly right. the Hustonvllle letter. intuest in WATEUS &. Clipper. ... - -- a.. 20 Inches of snow which fell last Tuesday way.f UlfrPbIc '"PO'Unce left at our .tore will be a "Tf". hv ''Srit.iw.' 0fl0Cal ,D,emtnf,h. It a Candidate for Aasjjior, tubject to tbo action ..... -t Woodward & Harbison's great combi-natio- n oft he Democracy. renn.nltlv " opened a butcher shop and Tuesday night still envelops the , D. C Allen has " ""-. -w- sviiie Hanoi.- burg Dvnocrat, etc. sale at Lexington of trotting, road Waikrs A IUnkt. basement of the VanAredale store- earth nearly to that depth and If anybody in the E. B. KEXNEBY and saddle horses lasted 5 days and 323 head room. calls It bsautiful shoot him on the spot. passed under the hammer for $90,313, an It a Candidate for Attestor, tubject to tbe action oi the The chain gang did the bet work of The trial of the McKinney thieves and average of $279 03. This was the moat re- tbe Democratic puty. season in opeoing the streets during the their accomplices wsa continued yesterday markable sale of this kind of stock ever late snow blockade. GEORGE S. CARPENTER before Judge Varnon, Jim Gragg, who held in the blue grass region. MERCHANT TAILOR. pursued by enow bailers, gave a vast amount of information concernJ. W. A L. A. Ballard have sold to It a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to tbe acJohn Smiley, old mulasat $120 tion of t be Democracy. fell through one of the laige windows in ing the theft, on the promise by the citizens James Martin 2S I have received and still receiving something for him, aa he says, refus per head; 8. T. Cobb a car load to Gentry to do McRoberta A Stagg'a store, Sunday, M. JOHNSON demolishing It. ed point blank to talk yesterday when & Brother, Lexington, at $105 per head; Assessor of Lincoln bronght out to testify against old man Stm Dr, H. J. Bennett SO to Robert Mason at It a Candidate forot tbe Democracy. county, tub will be found a ject to tbe action On onr first page ay Co tnf rising tbe belt in tbe mtrket, which will be A Brother, Hahan and his daughter, Mary Sinkhorn. $100; Harvey Cobb 20 to Gentry striking and instructive illustration of tbe Register. ordered him to jail for Richmond at $90. The Judge Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Booond to Mono in City or Country. WILLIS C. BARNETT comparative worth of the varloui kinds of but as he was already a priaoner oQce of Jailer of Lincoln Is a Candidate lor the A Catd fa (he Public. baking powders now in tbe market. Give Me a Trial. that could have no effect. We had a chat county, subject to primary election of tbe DemoInjustice to Brother Willis G. Birnett, I cratic puty. Hominy, Grito, Cereatine, Kront Corn, with him in jail laat evening and he said will make the following statement to corToasatoee, Cheese, MaccaronI, Dried Ap-- , he does not intend to open his month been started W. T. SAUNBERS Fortunately there rect the false report that has plea and Peachee, Prunea, Cooking Figs, against anybody again. by some on him that he bad given the sa- Is a Candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ol ail new, at A. A. Warren's "Model Gro- was sufficient evidence against Hahan and loons orders to let his boys have whiaky tbe Democracy. the Sinkhorn woman without him and cery." when they wanted it and that he would they were held for further trial, the old T. M. PENNINGTON The firm of Bright A MetciU haa dis- on a $200 bond and tho woman on her man' elve nothing to erect a church at this place. own' col- It a Candidate forJCounty Clerk oi Lincoln, tub-esolved, Mr. Bright taking the wagon, bug-g- y recognixance, it being shown that she was I know this to be false for I raised the to the action of the Democracy. and machinery department and Mr. eay for Brother to stand inprisonment. lection myself and We regret to learn in no conditition Metcalf the grocery. Barnett that he gave very liberally for the B. PAXTON A large quantity of the goods stolen from that Mr. Bright intends removing to Texas erection of the church. I know not why County Attorney, subject to tbe Mr. Ware was found on Hahan's premises, It a candidate for to this report was circulated li it was not to primary election ottur Ujj first Saturday in ai soon aa he can close oat. sewed up in pillows, bed ticks, Ac. George in his race for jail- March. The death of Mr. Jacob Guest removes Daugherty was tried for stealing a bee hive Injure Brother BirnettHknry er. N. Ware. one of our oldest and most honored land from John Beck and given CO days on the JUDGE W.O. HANSFORD he rock pile. For stealing a hog from Jacob marks. An excellent busiptea, man, It is a weak argument to offer in oppo- It a Candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, wMlfhy.i-hi;ortua4 ten Smith he was held in bond of $50. Iliram sition to a measure prohibiting base ball tubject to tbe action of the Democracy. grewtobe-er- y large gifts to his only son and heir, Wells for receiving stolen goods was dis Dlavine on Sunday, to claim it is trench after JCDGE T. W. VARNON James W.Guwt, now being estimated., at charged as thrre was no testimony against ing upon the liberties of the citizens, and a to the o flee of Counhim after Gragg refused to testiv. relic of puritanism. From the standpoint Is a Candidate for 170,000. ty Judge, subject to the action of tbe Democracy. "Nelson Stringer was re arrested for comof a man raised under christian Influences Not desiring that Mr. George ,D. Weak- plicity In the McKinney theft, but was dis- such an argument savors strongly of JAMES W. ALCORN all the credit for not using charged on his own en ahould have recoguizance to the and lack originality. It is diffiDismonopoly of the coul trado to oppress for Circuit bis Circuit Court. County Attorney Carpen- cult to draw a line of distinction between Is a Cadldate to the sctlonJudge in tbe this of the Democracy . trict, mnJect Female College, his patron?, Mr.jH. C. Brightthlhka If ris ter was assisted in the prosecution by SALE. W. the statutoiy law that forbids labor on Sundue to him that vie ay that wnen ne nau E. Varnon and W. H. Miller STANFORD, KY., represented day, and the proposed law relative to base Hundred and T wenty-Fiv- e Barrols. R. C. WARREN tfie monopoly last winter he spy coal at the the defense in all the cases. This dbposes ball playing in connection with the citiALEX. S. PAXTON - - PRES. Made by W. M, Ball, one, two and; three years at,' although same'figures that It is now sold to the office ol ComIs a Candidate lor of the whole matter so far aa the examining zens' liberty. There are six days allotted, monwealth's Attorney ol the 8th Judicial Die old. Apply at once to ' it cost nltn 11 cents morr. The Second Term of tho present session will betsials are concerned, by law for laboring to the citizen, and it trict, tubject to tbe action of tbe Democracy. JT. A. LVTLE, Adair. gin Feb. 1st, U8C Locatlsn pleasant; discipline we kind but firm; Inttructlon thorough. Pupils rewould be no draft upon his rights or inA sure for $10,000 damage has, ceived at any time. Send for circular. MARRJAOES, O. H. WABBLE dependence to deny to him the privilege of learn, been Inslituled by Capt. Bam M. Attorney of It a Candidate for Commonwealth's tbeactlonof There are rumors of two marriages in engaging in practices that are in direct Boone against Mr. F. M, Green of the ON thsSth Judicial Dlmlct, subject to to the prevailing religion of the the Democratic parly. Richmond JJfofffcT, alleging' defamation of town. BUILDERS ATTENTION Mr. W. A. FJiot, a worthy young bus- country, and to whose influence he owes etaUd taxes character. We believe that paper I ranst " TVs are now prepared to furnlth all kinds ot lum- longer be bare your do notnow. Indu'gencecanno the iness: man, and Mies Lockle Belle,' tho pret- his wish to resort to tbs g glveu. I Buch a law ought JOHN 8. VAN WINKLE that tbe wounds on account of which ber in tbe rough and agents for planing mills. disagreeable duty oi levying for them, so oblige ms seeks to draw a pension were re- ty daughter of 'Squito J. P. Daniel, all of ts bo cuacted, and every inch of territory It a Candidate for Circuit Judge of tbe 6th Dli-tr- Keep constantly on band dresssd flooring, ceiling, and tare yourself costs by aettiini: at once. Captain doors, Mjti, blinds, moulding subject to the Trlroary election cl the DemdeMcKinney, will be joined in iimringe to oivli' w come within It purview. TOlaa-goJ. X, MEXEFEE, ceived in a drunken row and not in the ocratic rwty to bo held tbe lit Saturday In Marcb, Sc, at lowest prices. 91 tf 3011 Sherlfl Lincoln Cotaty. morrow. tlllifillT Jb'.METCALF. Times. 16C. fense of the Niuiouol Government. LOWER PRICES ...,..... JS-l- As times are hard and money scarce, have determined to sell goods this year ON A SMALLER MARGIN at 1. i; s. 1 LU-lar- never-fillin- two-tto- ry liar-rodtbur- Than heretofore to Cash custom- ers and those who pay their counts promptly. who do not pay thus I don't intend to sell to at all. Working on this plan, I will be enabled to sell three-quarte- rs 1 edu-catl- by-bi- d. l7-td- J. Weath-erford-Lo- two-year-- old er Than any one else, quality of goods considered. If you have any doubt of the above, give me a trial and be convinced of its truth. m, b. i. win ffl Cor. Main & Somerset Streets, - Stanford, Ky. car-loa- bawhon w Main GROCERS, Street, - - - UMJi -- Stanford, g, J. rl. an T. .... itANET ""' Lourur-Journal- H. C. RUPLEY, com-piete- ly J. NEW GOODS FOR FALL &WINTER to-d- con-ttm- Wall Paper, Ian J. Furniture, . Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEARE1Y, Stanford. WHISKY TOR Stanford 88-- lt , THE TiXHT CAJblV! TAX-PAYEH- S. I well-bein- ie wsaiber-boardfn- s, w Sbii-KUeclil- n Interior Sftrariral HOME. TOIAX AND TEACHING BOYS A LITTLE PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE OF HOUSEKEEPING. Ylion the TVIve flueat Arrltea Tho Over-Nea- t Coiigreaimon'i HoiMekoojier VU.il JTorce In Sunlight Fth-tollabl- e Cruelty Odd and Knils. Tll-ei- l i i f H Mjr mother n a something of an anomaly among womankind, for sho held to tho belief that there were times when a man vras a jrotty good thing to havo In tho kitchen, 11 j brothers and I wore early taught that a Kttlo practical knowledge of housekeeping would do us no harm, "And it may bo of uw to you," mother would often say, "and you Slight Just as well learn somo of these kitchen nyterios as to bo racing around the streets doing wore things." Many n time, when I was a good-sizeboy, Havo I had to tie a big gingham apron around my nock and wash and wipo tho dishes, and tidy up" tlie kitchen under mother's direcwith a gentleman guest tion and that, too, when there were throe girls in our family. I always had the caro of ladies of his family. A leading senator who my own room, I had to make my own bod, has been stioktm of as a presidential candl ind make it ufter tho moat approved plan. date Rave a largo reception last winter nnd his own state. Thoro was no "slovenly" work done in my invited all tho congressmen of All bring their mother's hou-w- , I was taught hjw to swoop whowore asked to congressional families. One states in tho directory that and dust a niom properly, how to sow on buthe tons and repilr rents in my garments, and, 7 lived and was raised upon a form camo at o'clock hi tho evening with his wifo and whon I wan ,'3 years old, I could make a nice biscuit, and, 'ator on, I was initiated into the tlireo young girls of his family. These girls mysteries of iread and pie making I could ranged from 7 to 17 years In age. They had make good a jITee and tea alio. And what you may atk, were my throe listers doing all tills time! They learned all I congressman's wifo and each of tho girls burned, ami many things mother thought I nets to remain in tho room with their bon ou. !ad no need to learn. In fact, they are all Tho senator's wife, who Is a very thorough cooks and housekeepers, and they lady, was dressed at this timo, al can all do what few women can, they can drive nails tltli the skill and accuracy of though It was two hours lef ore any one might bo expected the She eaqienters, thoy can put up shelves, they are woman to remove, tried to persuade told but was her "handy with the saw, the hammer, and the natcuet, you would hardly believe It if I that her hair was not combed, and she boto tell you Just how accomplished they lioved that he would keep It on. Finally, iroro are in this direction. Mother used to say, "I however, tho senators wifo told her sho havo found it so convenient to be able to would look odd with her bonnet on while drive my own nails, put up and even make all the rest were in full dross, and sho permy own shelves, and do my own little car- suaded the country weman to allow her toilet pentering, that I am determined my girls to boa remade by the hands of tho senator's wife maid. The children also took off their ehall possess like knowledge." The boys of our family are boys no longer, hats but they wer; tao only children present. the girls havo long been women, we all have They stooil around during tho evening, being homes and children of our own. None of we made as much at home as was possible by boys are "Miss Nancy's," and none of my sis- their senatorial hostess." "Cani" in Cloveland Loader. ters are "masculine" in their ideas or manners, I am poor, myself, and sometimes unClioirp of Lifetime Conipiiulonslilp. able to keep a servant, which is not a great Statistics show that in Slassachusetts and affliction in this era of insutllcient hhi, and, New York states women have a majority of when my wife is helpless with one of her sick hundreds of thousands. Why this Is wo leave headaches, or when she wants to go out to her others to It would seem that surmise. mother's with the baby for a week, it is, she woman Is a favorite with tho Lord, and theresays a "great comfort" to feel thfit the man fore Ho has niado more of that kind From In tho kitchen is not dirtying up every dih tho order of the creation in paradise, it is in the house, and breaking half of them; that evident that woman is an improved edition of ho b not boiling tea (he never boils it all) in man. But whatever bo tho reason for It, thi the silver urn; that he U not drinking fact U certain that sho who selects n husband hot, muddy coffee out of tlie precious cut has a smaller numlier of people to select from glass goblets; that he Is not frying eggs on a than ho who selects a wife. Therefore a griddle or toasting his bread by putting it woman ought to lo etiecially careful in her flat on top of tho stove; that the dust mid choice of a lifetime companionship. She can dirt is not being swept into corners, under not afford to make a mistake. If n man err Ls nude bods, or under the stove; that his lied In his selcti.n he can spend his evenings nt every day, that he gives some attention to tho club an I dull his sensibilitX by tobar-cdusting and airing the rooms, and that all his moke, but woman has no club-roofor wants are attended to by himvlt . and that refuge, an I would tlud it ditllculwto habituate no charge of MKs Xancykm or effeminacy herself to If a woman make n bad can be laid at hU doors. Job of marital st'hrtion the probability is that I camped out in a log cabc for a year in nothing but u funeral tnn relieve it. Divorce (lie Rocky mountains during the Ladrilla cases in court may interest the public, but the eraze. For months I did not see a woman, of a married couplo nro poor readand how often, as I sat down to my ow n cup ing, except for those who write them. Pray of good coffee, with meat properly cooked God that you bo delivered from Irrevocable biscuit or bread, did I recall mistake' Dr. Talmage. and wiy mother's words "The tinve may come Vital 'orce Kxlstln? In Sunlight. "when you will be glad that 1 taught you to I have often len asked at w hat age indo these things." It had come turn, and there are times in the lives of mot men when fants can first bo safely exposed to the influence of the o)en nir. My answer is, on tho a knowledge of at least the primurv principles of cooking are valuable to him, and will first warm, ilry day. There is no reason why u n ihild should not sleep as soundly contribute much to his comfort. Deliver me from the man who Is nl ways under the canopy of a garden tree onn pillow hay as in .he atmosphere of "poking his nosn" into the kitchen when it is of nursery. Thousands of sot needed there, and when it has no business an So lie there, but when, in the vicissitudes of sickly nurslings, pining away in tho slums of tub life, he Ls needed in the kitehen, it is a our manufacturing towns, might bo saed by Aside from its hlesed thing to know how to conduct himself an occasional sun-kitwarmth and chemical intluenco on vegetal when he gets there, Zenas Dat.e. oxygen, sunlight exercises ujion certain organisms a itallz!ng influence which science When the Tired Guest Arriti. After a journey jwople are always tired, has not yet quite explained, but whose effect 's illustrated by tho contrast between the hungry or needing a bath, usually all tbre If It Is not very near meal tim inquire if a .veeds of a shady grove and those of the suncup of tea or coffeo and a slicv of toast or lit fields, litw eon tho rank grass of a deep somo cake will lie agreeable; if so have it valley and the aromatic herbage of a mount-u- n meadow, as well Irviartl without a moment's delay and some apjearancoof aas by tho peculiar whole"sunburned" jierson and Mint up tastefully arranged on a small fruit. Sunlight Is too cheap to waiter; le careful to have everything as l dainty and delicate as you know hew to becom s a fashionable remedy, but its hygienic make it, remeinlierlng tho tomaoh of a influence can hardly l overrated. Dr. Felix guest is not necttvkirlly the "stomach of a L. Oswald cassowary." Mrs. Stanton nnd Ills Anthony. Plenty of water, both hot and oifcl, should One of the daughters of Mrs. Elizabeth be ready in the roo.n. In damp, cool or cold weather a nro is nnd a small Cttdy Stanton gives nn nnuulng account of the way her mother nnd Miss Susan II. Tps.vl for boating water Is sometimes n conwork together on their "Hi-tor- y of venience. Most persons expecting to remain away Woman Suffrage." Mrs. Stanton Is a stickler A om home any time take their own toilette for the philosophy of the suffrage movement, paraphernalia towels, soup, combs, etev and Mi-- Anthony is punctilious about dates. lhjt a gu"ut chruiilier should be supplied The Indies often get into excited discissions ver their subject, and dip their jwiis into their rrith 'wme nice wxip, u clean bright rotnb and tliPir mucilage-brushe- s and brush nnd plenty of clau towt-As mucilage-tattliu their excitement over treople have preferences in tho ipxilitiiM of into tb 'ir their work. Thy !lt nt ophite sides of a UiweLs lalwnys provide two hnti'home towels, smooth and glosy, one fine 4.rge double ilesk in Mrs. Stanton's library, nd occasionally they find each other so Hu'knlxiflc, ono lino bleached crash, one in opinion that they sit Iwck nnd stnre tufted bathing towel and two square, tlannol it each other in a slltnce that Is very near ash towels, those that are uvl may be by others of tho" kind, clean towvls Anger, Once In a while they will march out overy day A well-breconsiderate visitor jf the room bv dlfTornnt ilonisi mul therp will alwuys be careful of the tine things in seems likelihood that their friendship ofiforty tlie room. To make assurance doubly sure it years is about to bo'broken, but after a'whiie U well to place a neatly folded night dress on thoy will lie found jxceulily at work again together Chicago Tribune. u ilioplllow, If. tha, visitor is of the mala, rathe r loss attention Is required. Men The Tonguo Is the Cause. like to ferret oiitthelr own way, except whn Tho tongue is tho c.vnse of all the trouble In at home; there the poor fellows can not even Help themselves to a towel or a collar. ur homes. ..It, Is not what.we do. It is what e say.' A inan unkind to his wife! I have leforelea)lng your guest, ask if anything sJ Is state at what hour you dine enow n a man to lie polite and kind to every nan that comes into his xtore that day, just and take supp-T- , and ut what hour your visitor would like breakfast It you are early polite, and thou go home and stab his wife rij-- a guest ubnuld not be dbturb! except with nieannoss. Brothers, haven't you seen like that! I'M you not xee one just Uy; particular request. Minneapolis House-Ivpewhile you were brushing your hair this evening How innny times n good, painstaking wife has arranged all day to make She Is a Neat Hoiiaekiier. Mrs. Doremus Is a very neat housekeeper, home pleasant for her husband, and when bo alio Ueops hnr homo m neat that you r feel "omw In sho greoU him w 1th a kiss, and o be has been at home ten minutes ho aJiamed to bo comfortablo in it Jt neotna take that tongue of his and statis her to the JU'rilegious ti appear at ease vrben every-lilnalxjut you looks so prim and stiff ami heart. She goes uttotaini and crnn as if Iter old and clean. Voti feel that you ought to hoart would break. God pity a woman who has got an old bear for a husband. Rev. Sam vfcivo on yur drtwM coat which is too tight tho shoulders and your khirt that Jonas. itiEMi and your collar that chafaa. You An Adjustable Thren-Hlile- .l Mirror. Iftoow it would lie tha rankoxt vandalism to "Women, as everyliody knows, are tho muvu one ot Uione chfirs, which seem to hare y d isrdeut to please," said a wan, iii placeil with u nquare and conipasa where thoy are most uninviting, but, Urk in a largo Jewelry ontaMlshrnent th Jor Is evil in man, and you would Oka to other day, just after wrestling for an hour jfS all the furniture in the mlddlo ot tho and a half with a fat girl In a red hood, who for a aom and climb upon the heap and fiddle over had bought only a silver bangle d clerk sighed and then Mrs. Doremus has a lollar, Tlw . Doromus's griof. " Jashanif and soinu little old men and wouian eontlnued, in a dull and listless sort of a way; "But I think wa've got something now that :Jat she colls children. Hut you don't aoo any these when you enter her home. The svon the prattle atd meanest female in the jttldren are out in tho wood shed dnjoying tMruiM4ve in a subdued way. Tho house is ii - a. J i u tniuunt to neat for them. Everybody, excopting Doremus uil! little Dorumases, admlrt f!ijini.(vvi d Mrs. DoremuVi neat houso everybody Hint world can't com; lain ebout. You know (or doesn't hate toll vo and inovo and have his mobbo you don't know; you don't look m though you were married say, I'vo been being In it. Doremus is n slouch so his wife lays. married tw years), ovory woman would Mr He likes to drag a big chair up to tho lira and rather soo tho back of her head Just after sho put his feet on the stovo and blow tobacco has put up her hair than anything else on smoko In among tho laco curtains and things. earth. Well, they'vo boon straining their necks and using in front of their Everybody likes Doremus, ho Is such a comfortablo fellow; but all censure mirrors for a long time, and the result has him for staying at homo go little. Ho is off not been particularly satisfactory. It has at somebody at 'ho club six nights in tho week, nnd ls only last occurred to this, Thero to invent someIs a three-aide- d sorry that church lets out so soon on tho thing to remedy glass. It's rather oxpenslvo you see. French Once In awhllo ho stays at homo seventh. all day Sunday and behaves himself very plate, with ivory backs. Tho sides nro movwell until ho forgets whore ho Is and leaves able and adjustable, A woman can arrango his chair standing in tho mlddlo of tho room that thing so that sho can sit in front of it and where ho last used it. Then Mrs. Doremus see her back hair without turning her head. says something about it and Doremus goes Tho advantage is simply beyond calculation, drosslng-tnaiin a lie out to the barn nnd lies on tho hay and puts Sho can catch her his feet on the rafters and enjoys himself. regularly every morning. Philadelphia Press. If you wish to make friends with Doremus Devotion to l'lilonftble Cruelty. and excite all his fraternal sympathy just Tho fashlonablo crate for bird's plumage Intimate to him that your wifo Is a neat, a as an artlclo of fomluiuo decorations appears very neat housekeeper. Ho will rlso and bless to have reaches! tliat point in England w hero you nnd call you brother and givo you advice disgust is sure to bring reaction. A society about which club to join. Chicago News. has been established in London, composed of Congressmen's Wives anil Social Usages, leaders of tho most aristocratic circles, which Its purjioso tho protection of tho inAs an instance, of tho ignornnco of con- has for gressmen's wives about social usages, I givo habitants of the air, now p)is;utod almost point of extinction. the following: It is tho custom here, as else- to tho commenting on this fact, a London In where, to appear in full dress at a great evening reception, and it is also customary in paper relates a specially Uagraut instanco of officials to invito tho devotion to fashionable cruelty, which mot, hand-glasses, good-nature- d, d CV-?S- ? ii7?'' FOR COUOHO R'riO T,.-STIJi03rH- .' THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man Ii perfect health, aud tho true way to Insure health Is to purify your blood with Ayer's Sana parllln. Mrs. Eliza A. Clougli, 31 Arlington t., Lowell, Mass., writes: "Every winter nnd spring my family, Including myself, use several bottles of Ayer's Expcrlrnco has cominccd uie that, as a powerful y Orto.JP USt I Jt. Wi WH1 Tl mtt 1 : SSmfMmk VSktK S3ib. SH11M aiiaiiaiK- - II W ' tit Blood purifier, It H very much Miperlor to any other preparation of Sars.ipnrllla. All personi of scrofulous or cotmunptlvo tendencies, and especially delicate children, sro aura to bo greatly benefited by Its use." J, W. Starr, Laconla, Iowa, wi Ites : " For ycarj I was troubled w Uh Scrofulous complaints. I tried scvcr.il different preparation, which did mo little, if nny, good. Two bottles of Ayer'i S.irapi-rlll- a effected n complete cure. It Is my opinion thfi this medicine Is l!u best blood Swift's',Spocific Is.'uaturo'a.own remedy, maJo from roots gathered from the fjresti of (leorgla. The motbod br which It li mads waa obtained by a balf-brrr- u from the s ctrlaln portion of Creck'.tnJIaniwIiolnhabtted Georgia, which was communicated to one ol the earls' aettlera, and.thui the formula has been htnil-eJilow- n to tbeprcxnt ilar. The abor cut represent! the method of manufacture twenty yenri ago, by Mr. 0. T. Swift, one of (he present pioprl etora. Tho demand has been gradually Incrctilug until s 1100,000 lalioratory la now eeceuary toiup-pl- y the trade. A foreign demand baa been created and enlarged lictlttlcs will be necessary to meet it. Thli great jMC XJ JLm Th ! , ' SfiSSKHs 32 "Srsissrs kinc1-heart- ssffsrvnassfssi for wearing It, Globe-Democr' however, with prompt and appropriate punishment. A lady appeared at a ball with a dress whoso surfaco was composed entirely of stuffed canaries. Lady Mount Temple, the Iinclpl promoter of the 1 lumage MCtety, in relating tho incident, odds that tho beU who Inhabited this petticoat charnel-houswas very projwrly treated with cold contempt by every eligible partner In tho room. What punishment could havo better been mode to flt I could have e Purifier of tho day." C. E. Upton, Xaolun. N. II., writes: "For a number of je.irs I was troubled with n humor In my eje, and unable to obtain relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sarnparllln. I have taken several bottles, am pie.itly benefited, aud believe it to be the best of blood purifiers." It. Harris, Creel C ity, ltainry Co., Dakota, writes; "I h.ne bein au Intense sufferer, with D,pcph, for the past three years. Six months a$o 1 began to use ttaf lb. .mill tu..mi la ta. flotiafB Sui. ii.lai tilmvUllif .ifl.r.Bl prlafll. lb. Iwmii Upt!-frrl. l.clbt iilj mbloa.b. aaa iilaa ih(?eil!! I ihruff th. r.lM mmbrftit. fafrt.B tti Uiti hi.r(l n.ib win f)klnl ib r lb. b'kll.t Ullv.nrtl.KlpU I. ib. ralkl lu tb. .11 Still. tr In T,vt i. . rntftn.il aivtnr or rlwii, Ut'M .re aa.ai iMti t.mif rt Ciibi. crtl limn irt - mi Imu 4 ni.UMi ft m rftUubl.. oi I5e .!$! WALTERA.tAYLOIl.Atl.Bta.O? iii $t I aara ai cthrrM TLm 3XT. tnn atrM.ria.ftwtatm E3 1 nl b I Vegetablo Blood Purifier T PUttbr. Iifittur; ul Cblllrta Twihl.j. rwttll cuats Hoth"for aal by Dr. M. h. BOURNE, Stanford Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, L'czcinu, UN ccrs, Ulictunatlsin, lllood Taint, Ibredltary or otherwise, without the uie ot Mer- OPERA HOUSE STANFORD. KY. How to llruth the Teeth. This is a matter of no small Importance. Most jxjoplo brush across tho teeth from right to left. This manner of brushing will not rv mnv tlm luviuntibiliaiu from lietwoKii them. i,f mthr n rnn-- n tb ibliri Intn the interstices. Tlie brush should bo placed against tho teeth nt tho gums, and rotated to- nwsticatlng surfaow. It will thus wrd net somewhat like n bundle of tooth pi:ks. in oraer to make tho work effectual, Uie brush should bo applied, a described, both Insl Je anJ outside of the toth, and also upon tbo grinding surfaces of tho double teeth, Tuo ,noulu 8UOuld then bo thoroughly rinsed JouniaL wltu te.M ator.-Chi- - Proprietor cury or I'otaih. W. P. WALTON, Books on "Conligloui lllood rolion"aod "Blood and Skin Dlteaie'1 mailed free. till of BtaOOiSO. Lltbt com nlet tela ot 6ca ery. oeaung capacity, including gallery, CO,. For aale by all ilrugglite. Reaannabl raUa to rood attraction.. THE BWIFT 81'KCinC CO., N. Y. 1S7 2M St. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ha. X Grand Combination THE INTERIOR -- ,i. Sarsaparilla It has now as effected nn entire cure, tin I AYER'S MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, JOURNAL And the Ixiulttlll. I am weUaseer." Sold by all Propr Weekly Courier - Journal On year for only S3-t- wo cago Druggist. l'rlco $t; Six bottles, $o. Prepared by Dr.J.C. Ajcr .t Co., Low ell, Mass., U. S. A. Thia Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains High Roputation, AND it more than tbo price of ppri for on. little i ta of young ladies havo organised a novel club, which tliey call Tho Tonguo Ouanl." member pledges herlf to pay n penny Into Its treasury every timo sho says anything agalast another person. Sho provides a home box for tho pennies, and at the end of three mouths seiuU tho contents to luvidquarters, where tho money is utilized for charitable purjiosos. If every ono would f jIIow the example of tho Tonguo Guard a great many poor children could bo comfortably clothed for the w Inter. Chicago Tribune. Ill Memorj- of a I.oti-t- l AVIfe, In a recent sermon He v. Sam Jones said. "I think tho finest tombstono I ever saw, and tlie prettiest epitaph I over saw, was when I was visiting an old friend of mine. After dinner ho took me into tho garden, and In the mot prominent place th."e was ervct-x- l n lieajtiful tomtistono of white marble, in memory of hU wifo, and ou it I read her name nnd the date of hr death, nnd her simple epitaph was this line: 'Sho made home pleasant.' "Exchange - Inaugurated, In a town near Hartford. Conn., a number A Great Work Now Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Onettt. By paying in M yon will ivcelre for on year yonr horn paper with lb l, the rrprrarnUtlT of the Houlh, democratic and fur a tariff for rereoue only, and tho brighteit and ableat tamlly wevkly In tha Unit! Htatea. Tboxe who dnlre to caaraln a larapl copy of the Courier-Journcm do at Ibta offic- Courier-Journano-p- tt, al Ague Cure IS WAIIRANTUD to euro Fever and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever. Remittent Fever, Dumb Acne, Bilious Fever, " Fever), Liver Dengue (or Brrak-lwu- c Complaint, and all diseases arlstug from Malarial H)Isou. AVER'S Aft M IUfKe nlllb to aad frou the 4r free of rbarat. Nperlal arrommoJatl o to Commercial Tratelera. The Ilar will alnaya lapplled with the choicest brand of Llqiori aid Claari. fotel II -- (fciwiitvitit StwAtiaars CnicaeoJv Dyspepsia & Astlnna Can IIo Cured. There ! Two-lblr- Through Coachon nnd Pullman Slooping Cars. From "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d with Chills and Fcvor, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of dyer's .'l$uo Cure, and have never since had a chill. I I love-lette- well-mad- e The Muullest I'oot In America. Lily Maculister Lnughton, ivgent of the Jlount Vernon association, ii claimed to have "tho smallest nnd most rerfectly-fortnefoot iu America." Sho also lias her pccond husband, and It is related that just before her marriage she gave one of hr slippers to a charitable fair, w hen it was rattled for. The Licfcy nuinlior was obtained by Bishop Potter' i'jii, Frank Potter, who usjd his prio as a d Dr. J C. rnniwuKi) by Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all DruggLiti. EDWIX ndliPlili." perhaps nodUeateao preralrnt at Iinllcrstlon.atid one too, that up to the nrrwtit time bai taRled Ibe skill of I tit mut not- ot lb chronic ilia urtl phralclaui. IlKllllllliptllN fo CjlltMIRO hare luelr origin I)yiieita. nxi are Ioi of appetite,InIom of ttetb, aThetrmp-ton-oln feeling (ullneu or welghtln the alniuach. ccrailooal uau-TIME TABLE or Tomltlng, acidity, flatulence, dull pain In YU Lmilirllloi uf builnm or ulddl-n- i. the be d, with a aenaatlon Irreiulailtr orbowrli. low nlrlla. ileeplcu- tin, MllowiLIn, derangemenl of klJneji,and nut Lie. Iiiilnlll I "i Hi m 11 Wpu unrrtqucnuy rJi,ll,'"" "' lDS neari. Arr, 1 aftyette... I 1 M pro) I VOaui If you ate iu3erlng with any of tbne ijtoptoim " Chleags . ... I 3 p tu I S 00 a iu m LoiUNTlllo tU illllfllKO, Cliit'limatl (o CIiIchku, TnitOUQlI DtrsDe-ptiFonaleby Dr. M DR. HOLT'S c .. . Elixir Ky. Via ClMitHvatl Lt, Cincinnati ...,...... Indlananulli Arr.Clileaot. Dally lVILTi CUKE YOF. u Iiiiim. iiio,. ft p w (Mm 117 30 a ui H Up For Instant Use a reliable remedy, In cases ' r jp, Whooping Cough, or sudden (.olds, and for the prompt relief and cure of throat and lung diseases, A)er' Cherry Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E. G. Edgci ly, Council HlutTs, Iowa, writes: " I couslder Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy for home use. I have tested Its curative power, In my family, many times during the past thirty yean, and have never known It to full. It will relieve tho most serious aiTvctlous of the throat and lungs, whether In children or A L Pou'tie, btanfjrJ, "i m ftally eareptliiB.lay jo-i- r Pciure tWket realt TU the uuw-lior- - rU'h-cos- What a Hunchback lias Done. That Ls n pathetic story wluch comes from Paris about tlie poor llttlo hunchback who, being too ugly to stand Iwhmd tho counter, fcas Invented a new industry, ami crochet birds and animals in wool, and costumes fot rubber dolls. The idea of one shut out by deformity from so many amusement finding in her loneliness a new way to amuse thoeo more favored, Is very touching Boston Trail script. LUMBER! Drassed Pine Flooring, Oeilmg, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Boturb, including Latbs and Shingles. For the convenience of our cuttomria to rlUu-for- d and vicinity we hare arrannl with (Jen, It. HVkitii In keep on hit yardi anuiortment of our LutnUT, where they can get it aa cheap a from in dlrvct. He will alao tuak eitlmatea for any bllla not un baud, which we will all on abort notice. JIKLJ'IX X' M-- (UN. MONON HOUrE, A. tn the Northxeit. TIckeliTla Ihe Monon llouU on tale at all principal ticket omcea. Fur ratet, mapi aud lull la formation, addrett W'M. 8. HAt.DWtN,0 I' A., Chicago. A- - J.O'J'ILI.Y, U.r). A., LoulirliU. AC Il'ylai It ti thn rjulrVeat, the Ult and moat direct Hue to Chicago and olnii IT. ICcntuckj'M Itoiitt) Kast roa d liiilNjH-iivibl- e, y a Dangerous Vo of Itclladoniia. While it Ls not known to many, a larg number of ladies make use of belladonna ns as nn ngent for giving a sparkle to the eye. It is a mo-.-t deadly nighuhado. While it for a time brightens tho eyes, it is followed in nearly nil cases by artial blindness. The us of this deadly drug causes many of our young ladies to wear glasses after tho effect of the drug Is lost. Dr. E. H. Shay. An Application tor thn Skin. Mix glycerine with water about half and half together with a small quantity of alcohol, then add a little cholco cologne, and you will have a preparation that is iuex)euslvt but good. Applied to tho slJli, it Is said to render it soft and w bite Domorest't Monthly. IA VI. Lily, Ky. adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Va., writes : "I have never found a medicine equal to O. & M. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W Tae direct through line and old utabllibed from Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. The only line running Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of throat and lung diseases peculiar to children. I consider It an absolute cure for all such alTectlons, nnd am never without It In the house." AYER'S PUIiliMA.V Ni:W SLEEPIM. CABS iute - A.IO Louisville & 0 Cincinnati to St. Louis Louisville, Cincinnati and all points in the West. A SOLID TRAIN & e, Carrol flood Tor thn Completion, for tha complexion, Carrots are a spe-ill- e f'lirrot soup malgrv . a, without meat stex'k Is well known in Fraiv-as an excel-i'oii- t food for clearing tho complexion. It e should bread. Demorest's Monthly! What in the world do you want to live In the kitchen fori Fix up your sitting-rooaud let your wifo get away from thotovo awhile. r, The A now wvinkle at vjmo of the fashionable dinner parties Ls serving the celery frozen hard. Fault-Finde- ta euteu ui.thfoj-tfuoo- pvith brow n s It was a spinster who wrote: "It takes a very superior woinsn to bo an old maid." In London now a favorite in ierfumes Is a heliotrope blane. Mode of Life and Plain. professional tour through the principal cities of Europo, which will occupy her till after Easter. She has arranged to spend tho spring on tlie Riviera, having engagement at Genoa, Naplee and Monaco. If her present mood continues, this will be her last series of public apiiearancos. Shots anxious to retire whllj hor voice is still In Its full beauty. Hho Ls now being strictly dieted, and Is forbidden to eat succulent meat. The end ami hope of her life, as enthusiastically described to a friend who recently visited her, is to leave the stage, settle down In her Webb, home, pottering about the house and garden. She is always having something done to Uie Mrs. L. E. Herman, 187 Mercer st., Jersey City, writes: "I lmvo always fotiud Ayer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my family." H. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., writes: "For the speedy euro of sudden Colds, nnd for the relief of children afflicted with Croup, I havo never found anything equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Is the most potent of all the remedies I have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terro Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung affection, supposed to be Quick Consumption. We now regard tho Pectoral as a household necessity." E. M. Ilraluerd, Minn., writes: "I mn subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I go, urn always sure to have a bottle of Ilreck-euridgc, Two (2) Daily Tralni from Loutirllla to ht I.ouia Three (3) Dally Tralna from Cincinnati ttbl. IjdxiU. Only FnBt to Washington City, Connecting In the timo dciot with Leiington, Zy. lOhourn from Inulirllle and Cincinnati to t. Lou la. Tho Only Lino by vvhloh you can got a Through Stooping Car From Clnclntll to St. Louti. the only line running through from LouliTllle and Cincinnati to Ht, Louti, all other routai being made up of combination of amall roadi. TVT Rr JJ1. OO l TlmMit'CtRoiitato Lynchburg, DauTilK Norfolk and all Vlr.lala and North Carolina I'oluta. For ticket and lurther Information, apptr W your nearest tlckotoaca or adJrvaa W. W, Mon-tDlr. Freight and 1'ojteoger Agnt, Lexlngtoa Ky. , Trains for Now York. T'llO O X JJO J. O. W. NMITII, eoi macajor, Ulcbmond. Vtrslnla II. W. FVMCB,' uefl Tau'r i;i Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with me. It Is without a rival for the euro of bronchial affections." rnriMRK.n nv Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. For sale by nil Druggists. r. 'ai Pattl has arranged for a l'attr le-for- The Ohio A MlulHpnl Ilallwar runs TalatUI biceplncCara on night tralna; .uxurUnrTar-lo- t Cara on day tralna: Klecant Day Coaches on all traioi. Direct and clou connections are mad In UNION DEl'OTe) with diierclog line by iheO. A Jt. Hallway, thua aroidlng trobletomo trim-er- a by other rou tea. Railway li the only line The Ohio A between loularllle, Cincinnati and Bt. Lotiu under one management, runntnjc all Ita tralna through aolld and In confcsiuenre la recognlied Flnt-ClaRoute bey tween tboae Ctttea, Apply to ticket Agenta of connecting linea for lull parlliularaM to ratea, time, mapi, circular or any desired Information, or writ to ROBT. H. FORMAN, Trai. l'aai. Ag'tO. AM. U'y. Botterut. Ky. W. M PEABODY. W. M.SUATTUC. free, and Oan'l Man'gr, Uen. I'aaa. Agt, Cincinnati, 0. aa Louisville & Nashville R, R. TIIK L.&N. 0XAT TO TU THROUGH TRUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST vrtTit . Pullman Palace Sleepers. IrnlBTllIe AtlsHia, ft FOR !ulin 8AE ! ,tcri. $ MONEY MADE! $ 0M nuk 'Xi to ItfHHhvllIe, MoiapkU' ew Orleans. pro-rJisl- pale-face- pale-face- bralt to haveliuiLta former. Her latest fad lofty tower, from the summit of which a splendid view may bo gained. NieolLol, Mlaa man of practical mind, has inngwsJedi billiard room, which has been duly aidU. Journal. Ls I wtih to sill tbrMtoul! trie ti of gooj tissuing ForkLstil, on contslotnif (J Arret t one "0 (be Ulttr Arre.nt.ni th thirl wfib coiatoriaMe mipr Tiunn, til ricb land ud la Mpsrite tracts Alto ISO .4orrt$nf No 1 Knob LD'l on Mihi Gip, ursr HtiDlbKk, All latels oflhls Inti'l snl ntir ode ptirclut eta within io (j si ii) csIIImi on mi. Will tll tow for rsh or on tuy llm. st Spjr u JHeHlgeiuory, ataVa kllSww9BlaaaMJt3BlBHJ "BrVOUAC" tU SMtS-- Mobile ftud tittle Bck, ' arj4 XI. w(fiiUf7 motitly Only one change to poloti In wlth-luter- cn; iiiiblt iaaaWTHllaaaH'l MV9Maw T'JU. SO Tor Coat A. P. 8. I hare a niituVr uf FVt 4ti. lt f ft. Jtv IIuMm. Prcfit. Tto, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Beeklng home on the Una of Dili road will apeclal ratea. Fine Sliorcliorn 'T'VawflaE''' ' 10ipT,-mill- l be tooir at omeni 20 lrcbee deep. t (Trarllnif an J wnnllngi) that I will tell low anil aajofray tint frmalti, Jnl tnfl stlnto-- l to ttb Dakaof Pljlnsiew, auiual: or I wilt wis from 20 (o ficbaogo for fat hogi. Am o'rraitie'. aj(rlr vcA i rrwt II laeiOii oa ljt of 1 . Sim, ft Of!-- ! 90 urelre Aim. 7i-Ir- a A. M. T. C. 1 "SOUTHERN BIVOUAC," Avory & Sona toulavlllo, Ky. M.li .iL. ac, or write Hee Agent of thl' Company lor rates, routta C. P. ATUOKE, (. P. AT. A., LouUrilU, Ky anMW?wa