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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886021201 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. Stowi VOL. XIV. Sm-WMs- i & Weill ntefio c ottfnal NO. 98. WHISKY FOR 88-- lt STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1886. GrEO.,0. BARNES. J mo to thinking first the motto, then thee BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. CAS 1)1 DATES. SALE. circumstances, given me by his dear wife, Born. To Elfjih Owsn and wife, a when l tola her that l had never seen Hundred and Twonty-Piv- o Barrels-- . . D. KENNEDY Praise tho Lord. God la Lovo and Noth "judge not" framed and hungup anywhtre daughter. rubUnlicrt Ttteittau mirl Frtdnv -- AT Died. -- Of measles on the Cth Inst, a Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of Made by Y. M. Ball, one, two and; three years ing Else." before. But in truth It wag an exposition old. Apply at onto to tbe Democratic nirtjr. little daughter of Marion Harrison. 3 of his beautiful Inner life tbe sacred powjr. A.. LVTTjE, Admr. Miss Rsnda Tate has just returned wo credit that fl.0 will I t li understood If FtrrrKiinortif, IndiA, Dec. 2!Kh, 1885. er of which we all felt so much, every day. and demanded. GEOICGE 8. CARPENTER TCONTIKUED FIlOM LAST ISiOK. I felt almost athamed to have such a "na- from a protracted visit lo Louisville. Mtsa Elva Moore, of Boone county, is teaching Is i Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to the acOne of the feature of the landscape that ture's nobieman" sitting at my feet for inW. P. WALTON. tion of the Democracy. impree a stranger hereabouta Is the re- struction; which ho did with the simplicity In the primary depirlmsnt of Brodhesd Between the 20th and the last of this month, I will open s hanOtome line of ladlra' and misses' markable number of tumuli, crowded to- of a little cnild. I always felt that he Academy. M. JOHN&JON GENERAL HANCOCK. cambrle and linen undrwer. tbe very best qualDEATH Of The llamlltonisn Literary Society will gether nt an average of perhaps 75 yards soared in a region so far above me prucilc-all- y, Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub ity, dwtct from New Yrrk. Please do not forget that 1 wtll also open n handsome line of Millinery His Life and Public Somen. apart, over the area devoted to market garthat, but that I knew I had truth thnt hold their next meeting on Friday evening, Ject to tbe action ol tbe Democracy. April 1st. In the next issue I shall state where Maj. Gen. W. H. Hancock, Comtnsnder dening, where n constant and copious, sup- would enable him to go still higher, I tho 10th. The programme Is long and hit room will be. 31 HH KATEDVnmHtAIt. co si t ng of some very laughable WILLIS C. B.1RNETT ol the Department of the Atlantic, died ply of water is a fine qua turn, Tho plan should have felt the embarrassment of the At tbe malignant car is simplicity llcelf The earth taken from conscious personal InGrmlty, painfully dlalrgues, interesting recitations, tbe Is a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln Tuesday afternoon from a a manuscript j lurnal, nod other ex county, subject to primary election of tho Demo buncle on tbe hack of hi neck ana gener- the well la tired for ft tritngulnr shaped What a wonderful, even elcquint sermon, cratic party. al blood nolsonln.. cotrilicted with di mound, which i further increased In perpstually prciched, is a noble lift I ercises The Brodhesd Good Templars' Lodge height by the contents of a slanting pit, Drawing and encouraging, while yet, of TV. T. NA.VNDERS abetes. JIT. VERNON, KY. wan born in dug 20 feel away from the well's mouth, as necessity repelling and reproaching at one met last Saturday night at the usual hour Bcolt Hancock Winllild la a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action ol and installed the following officers for the tho Democracy. n This old and Hotel la still mainMontgomery count, Pa, February H deep, in the earth, a the mound is high. and the same time, as the heart of tbe on taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. lfl'l. Hti father served In the war of Thii gives a continuous descending track, looker is good or bad! Our Jesue, of all tnsuing quir; r: Capt. Thcs. Hutchison, Special attention to the traveling public. W. C T.; Mlsres Alma Carson and Susie T. 31. PENNINGTON 1812, and afterwards became a lawyer of down which the oxen cn go by simply others, was the perfect exemplification of Jf. XEWcasin, rro'r, this, lie was so full of goodness, that by Woodyard, W. R and L. H. 8 ; MisL5zzte Is a Candidate forlCounty Clerk ol Lincoln, sub-eof 10, Hancock throwing their weight upon the yoke, withMt Vernon, Ky. of diattnctlon. At the to tbe action of tho Democracy. Pryor, W. V. T.; Thos. Cherry, W. 6.; t to Went Point and had for classmate out any strain of pulling making very sweet common content there "drew near was.ss-nMiss Laura Vanhook, W. A. 8,; Geo. Mel-vl- n, Gens. Giant, McC.eUan, K.ynolde, Keno, light work that they can keep at all day unto him all the publicans and sinners fcr B. PAXTON W. M.; Miss Lizzie Hutchison, W. D. He without much rest. It is a wonderful way to hear him." But his very presence in V. F Smith. Hurnalde, Franklin and BEPBESKHT1KO M ; L HickB, W. F. S ; J. H. Hilton, W. Iaacand'date for County Attorney, subject to the Of course the all that dearest LOVE of His, also blistergraduated June 30, 1841, and In 1845 10 of economizing ox mn-clprimary election to occur tbe first Saturday In T.; Jas. Paintar, W. O. G ; Miss Susie Harserved with hUIrrglment In the Indian Ter- depth of tbe pit is guaged by the length of ed the Pharisees with their set purpose to & The ritory aa a Second Lieutenant of the Sixth tho rope required to draw the bag to the follow early training and respectable usage ris, W. I. G., and W. Cable, W. Manutac.urcri of tbe Colobratod lodge Is In a flourishing condition, receivJUDGE W.O. HANSFORD urfacr, plus room for the oxei to turn at rather than tbe Man of Nazareth. Infantry. In 1817 he waa ordered to serEAGLE But, teturning to our dear Major, I ing new members at nearly every meeting. Is a Candidate for County Attorney ol Lincoln, vice In Mexloj, and was coniplcuoui for the hxtcm. Thrir walking up to the subject to the action of the Democracy. 82 North Third street. - - PHILADELPHIA gallantry at the Natural Bridge, 8n Anto- mound's top is only n carrying of their wouldn't have you think of him as a perThe members of the lower House baye White, Fancy and Flannel Shirts, Ore rails and nio," Contrerae, Ubrrubusco, Molino del own weight, while the emptied skin falls of son of puritanical correctness of demeanor. Underwear. New York office. 63i Broadway. JUDGE T. W. VARNON acted like a lot of fools in of the City of Mexico. its own avoirdupois to the bottom, drag- With some, at once, thought takes shape Key and the capture South, and reem incapable of seeing an Is a Candidate for to the office of County Judge, subject to the action of the Democracy. He waa breveted for gallanty at the battle ging the slack of the rope after It. A mo- like this, as soon as one speaks of an irreinch ahead of their noses. One of theereat 19 and ment to breathe at the top, after their walk proachable character. . In 18 On the contrary he of Cootrerai and Cherubut-coPANOS AND ORGANS. reforms needed in Kentucky is the election up, while the bag fills in the well below, Is most human In many respects. He Is a JASIE8 W. ALCORN 1850 he served with his regiment aa of sensible business men as Representatives. Messrs. 8. B. 4 L. J. Cook are Agents far tbe and Adjutant, and in the fall of then a peculiar cry ol the bay that drives; devoted artillerist, takes pride in drilling John Church A Co. Pianos anl Organs, which emfor Circuit Judge The incompetents who split hairs over la a Cadldate to the action of the In the this brace ibe following most exccllfnt Instruments. Kus-aelruiject Douiocracy. the trained beists turn and plunge down his volunteer recruits up to a point of ef1850 waa marrleJ at St. Lou la to Mia Knabe A. Co., Uazelton Bros., Docker A Soa and points of law, talk by the hour about nothEverott Piano-.- , Also, dough A Warren and tbe the daughter of prominent merchant the slope, white the utchin in charge hops ficient approaching the "regular service;" ing and are fit for nothing at home, stem John Church A Co. Organs. Thesa Instruments R. C. IVARREN of that city. He took put In eevir.l cam deftly upon the tautened tope and rides to Is most skillful and Ingenious in his departare most excellent in tone, of great durability and to have a monopoly of ceata in tbe Legiswe defy competition. All of thon. are warranted the IxittoDi, shouting cheerily. Here is the ment In inventing this and that, to render Is a Candidate lor paignain the WeM.and, in 1857, was to tho office ef Penny, Mrs. lature. Men who can not properly attend monwealth's Attorney ol the 8th Judicial Com- for five yeara. Inferences: A. It. M. Dla Moore and E.M. Carbenter.J. M. Philips, J. In the Southern Florida war. He thing ax best I cm give it In a pen and gun carriages and transport carts, better, to their own business are unfit to have trtct, subject to tho action of tbe Democ icy. James Beaxley, Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, stronger and lighter than they have been; e nerval in the expedition agvnat Utah, and, ink sketel : Crab Orchard: Gen. W. J. Landram and Miss charge of the pecple's business, but Ken Huffman, Lancas fr, Ky. (The sselcli is all right hut our tngravrr and had be possessed the shrewdness of lnlS')0, went toCMlfornia. O. II. WADDIiE Bards-tow- n tucky is a long time finding itout. He arrayed hltnsoW on the lido of tl e ii sick, consiuenlly we can not produce M&nasseh, with tbe inventive skill that la a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of Record. IiHE F HUri'-tA- N, civil war it here. En ) seems a birthright of all of "Abraham'! tbeSth Judicial Dlr'rlct, subject to tbeacllon'of Unlon.at tho beglnnlnu of our ' the Democratic party. The hyphenated newspspers, common nought a commission In the seed," would havo made a fortune long ago The artist, you know, Is naKttur non fit and at once II la earnea'Jjwa Impressed and you will discover from this that I am in patented Inventions, for which as it is throughout the country, are now called up 8TAFOP.D, KY. volunteer. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Office Bonth aide Main Stroet, two doors above on to admit to their ranks a curie ut combi' Gin Scott, who ordered hitn to report to I am not a "barn artist." I wouldn't lake he hae received nothing bu'. thanks. Myers Hotel: the for Stb DisThen, to hear him sing In broad Scotch, nation published at lied Gulcb, Arizona. Ita Candidate to theCircuit Judge of the tbe Dem- Fure Nitrous OxlJo Qas adulnUtcrod when reGen. McClellan. and on formal recommer- - tke time and ink in describing the afftir trict, subject Primary election ol quired. o minutely, if It were not one of India's for our entertainment in the parlor, "B r The original publication was the Bed Gulch ocratic party to be held the 1st Saturday in March, dation of Gen. MtChUan, Pwinei t 18JC. The rival newspaper was the Bed on thaittlofSep'embar, 18J1, "InB.itut.'ooa'1 -- venerable for age and really wcel tho dure (door) noo," or the "Laird Dam 0LUBBING KATES. him a Brltftdier General of vo- about as good a wy of securing (he desired of (Xckpen," would make you hold your Gulcb Fool They have been consolidated W. Ii. DAWSON He wv atsutned to a brigade in end, at uny modern ciuld invent, with the sides, men tne cntiuren rusn arounu mm under a hyphenated title, presenting a To those desiring additional reading matter we lunteer. Is a candldato for Jailer of Lincoln County, subwill club the big and little and say: "Now Major do startling combina'icn that calls for mild ject to t be action of the Democrat lo party, the division of Oho. B tidy Smith,' and re limited material at hand. Virginia, ported for duly at Cntiobridgf, As far as w know what the dear LORD show us how a 'Scotch reel' Is danced; do protts'.s, even in Ar.'zona, against such put. Y INTERIOR J.OURXAL HU rervicu would have in to do, it is thit: Next Fri- Mijor; do Mrs. McKeczIe," until they have He profanitjj in the Army of the Potomr-c-. SAM. M. OWENS Aa follows: Is a Jailer of Lincoln county, subthroughout the war wer of tbe toMt aplm day run up to Agra, preach there 10 days; to consent. Mrs. Seymour seats herself nt Tbe name of every Representative who ject candidate for of the Democratic party. to tbe action l. S3 CO With the Weekly did character, from hli flrat Tight at then to Delhi, 10 days more to the soldier the piano and furnishes the lively music voted to South as Warden of tbe " New York World " - 2 SO when who may chuoe to attend our meeting required by this species of the Terpaicbo-ren- n Penitentiary Warwick Courl hom to the lime . 3 00 " New York Sun... " at the ezpenpo of threatened D. K. CAKPENTEII, 11 It was from the -- ea'. "camp of axercUs" num5 CO " hia knightly awjrJ was sheatheJ. Harper's Magazine ori; and the smiling and obliging bankruptcy to tbe State should be printed Is a Candldsto for as County Attorney, 5 20 ' ' " Harper's Weekly at Gettysburg, however, that immorality bering 10,000. Then lo Allahabad for a couple aro off in the mazy whirls of this in black Ittters in every democratic paper subject to the action of tbe Democratic party. " " Southern Bivouac .3 00 placed ita stamp upjn hla fame. Ordered few weeks, then to Ctlcutta and out to sea most bewildering Scotch conception. Wheu of Kentuiky that the people may know who 2 60 " Home and Farm N. W. II CO II ES there aa a cjrtM owaianded to detemnnr the "hot winds" of March begin to they are out of breath with the unwonted is responsible for the publio calamity now In lact, no inalter what publication you desire, with our paper and eave you whether tie fi,ht should be mvle at thai blow. We hope to tarry in Cerlon for n exerclie, and their delighted spectators with at hand.-So- uth Is a Candidate for Superintendent Public Scools we can furnish it and expense of remitting for it, Keoluclian, the trouble of Lincoln county. from 60 cents to $1 SO. villajr, or whether the army should cin fortnight,' meeliriz, if all i;oe well There laughter an J applause, they settle back In Old subscribers, who have already raid, can Young man, If you haven't the courage tinue to fall back, hla soldiery Instil C1 U a good prospest of it now. We nave the dignified nnd lovely joint head of a 'be differtrail tbemwlrra of thlsrfl"- - taa-the young lm)y to take your arm ence between tl and tbe amounts named. was he Just hrurd that onp of our dearest OU-ow- . US V. A. ROULti lovely family circle. told him in a moment that then W. P. WALTON, Pro'r, Stanford. don't sein her by the wing and walk her Is a Candldsto for Superintendent Ue Sootland, fnenda Mr. Dvid Hunter i rCONTINlTED NEXT ISSUE li" is tliflu M.U lurfU (no Hoo Public Schools along es though you were a policeman and of Lincoln, subject to tbe action or the Democcom-macUlve, battle. Ho took immediate If ro, we ehall doubtless at Colombo. "Sweet Bye and Bye." Dr. Filmore had her in custody. It looks bad; besides, racy. and, opening the ruht, held hi have a heirly reception there After the.' Bennett is the author of the "Sweet Bye she may have been just vaccinated. until the arrital of Mamie-- . It waa Australia tarrying longer or shorter as the W. B. WITHERS and Bye," and he lives at Richmond, III., licighti that he won bin tlile of spirit leids. Then New Zealand same. on those la a Candidate for Assessor, subject to tbe action Dressed Pino Plooring;, (Jailing, Weather Bucken's Arnica Salve. is poor. This favorite hymn wat wr't and oftbo Democracy. In a atruggle where he waa Then Sin Franciio, and "old Kaintuck," Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green "The The best Sslte In the world lor Cuts. Bruises ten by Dr. Bennett at Elkhorn, Wis., in (lie Macdonald of the Union In due time, I hope, But all this thoroughLumber in the Eone;u, including Sores, cUlt Kheutu, I'erer Sores, Tetter, Chapped the Murat and 1S0S. The writing of the words was bised Hands, D. SWOPJB were votChilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Laths and Shingles. armUr. Tho thank of Cm-rely and unrcserveJIy D. V. He shall lead, Webupon a remark made by Mr. J. P, and posltlToly euros riles, or no pay required. I, la a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject ed to him at tho time, and eeventecn yeara I am rewired "My heart Is Gxed, O God, ster, who cotupofu.l the music. Mr. Web- Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money For the convenience of our customers In Stanto'tbe action of the Democracy. ford and vicinity we hare arranged with Geo. nlttrards John V. Forney left the tepub my heart Is fixed -- as one aiid of old to ster wis of and exceedingly nervous and refunded. Trice 25 cents ier box. For ealo by it. Wf.tli'en to keep on his yards an assortment of our Lumber, whero they can get it atehoapaa lican party to support him for the Presi- hae no other will nor way, hut my sensitive nature and subject to periods of Tenny A McAllslcr. GEOIIOE D. COOPER from us direct. Ue will also make estimates for dency, Riving Gettysburg and the Ubt of LORD'S. Prtlse hi deer name forever. any bills not on bands, which wo will fill on short terrible depression. In one of his melinteresting Experiences. Is a candidate for Couaty Clork of Lincoln, subject notlco. 31KUVIX .& 1A VtS, gratitude It entailed upon the Union aa hi Urer in Jesus, Geo. O. Bahnks. Lily, Ky. Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, to the action of the L emocratic party. ancholy moods ho chanced to drop in at war, h wan rea?na A fier the clo of the the house of Dr. Bennett, when the latter (ia., tells his experience thus: "For three yeara In pomnund of several placed Aoua, N. W P India, Jan. Gib, 1SSG. bare tried every remedy on the market for StomJA3IE9 P. BAILEY asked him, "What is the matter now?" ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, unmilitary drparlmenta, it) all of (Permanent addresa, care of Rev. J. J. Southern despond- til I used Electric DIttcrs. Took fire bottles and la a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to tbe acOh, it is no matter," replied the tion ol the democratic party. vbich. nitably in Louisiana, he did much Lucas, American Mldoary, AlUhahul ent mar; "it will be all right byo and bye." am cow cured, aud thick Electric tUltters the best for the Union. In N. W. P., India ) tonuriuro a renewed loye Jiloid rurifler In tho world." Major A. B. Heed, The last three words immediately conveyed MISSISSIPPI OHIO T. D. NEWLAND Our parting from Fulleligurli was uhat of West Liberty, Ky, used Eloctrlo Bitters for an the Democratic National Convention held a suggestion to Dr. Bennett, and he eays: old standing Kidney atl'tctlon and says: "Noth Is a candidate forSherltl of Lincoln county, sub- York in IStJS, he received UIJ I knew it would hi, from tho first a "tearat Sew "The idea of the hymn came to me like a lug has ever done mo so much eood as Electric Ject to the actlonof the democracy. The direct through line and old establlshcl route vote for the Presidential nomination, thin ing away." One of the most joyous and llash of sunlight." Turning to his desk he Bitters." Bold at SO cents a bottle by l'enny & from beau, with the exception of 115J cast for blessed eopurm of this wandering life, wra penned the words which huve since become McAlIster. Lonisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis one billot, tho greatest numon the banks of the Ganges, where for that -- THE SEMI.WEEKLY- Pendleton on so famous. He says it did not take hiui A Captain'sFortunato Discovery. and all points in tho "West. ber of votea given to any candidate until eix weeks we held meetings, nightly, withmore than twenty minutes to write the Cspt. Coleman, scbr. Weymouth, plying between when Saymour in easy stones throw of ita migbly current Two (21 Dally Trains from Leulsvllle lo Bt. Louis. the tveintysecond ballot, Atlantic City and N. V., had been troubled with hymn.-- St. Three 3) Dl)y Tr.ilns from Cincinnati Paul Daily Globe. He was nominated aa Of tho dear WooJsidca.at IUkknb,, where to tit. Louis. a cough so that be was uuablo to sleep, and was was nominated. Induced to try Dr. King's New DlscoTery for The division into East and West Virginfor President of the United wife and I found such comfortable and hoscandidate Only iO hours from LouIsilUe and Cincinnati It not only give htm Instant relief, 10 l. UVUII. State, at tho democratic convention held pitable quarters, I can only ray that no ia was on tbie wise: In April, 1661, near- but allayed tho extreme soreness In his breast. at Cmcinanti, on itio 21th of June, 1880, brother, sister, daughter could havo been ly 1 200 cltirtus assembled in Clarksburg, His children were similarly affected and a single Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a ThrouRh Slooping Car but wa, 'hWver, defeated by tho late moro lovingly considerate and attentive in tbe west part of Virginia, and denouuo dose had Iba lauio happy eOVct. Dr. King's New A frarGeld". Sines then ho bus ben than our brother John, his good wifo and ed tho action of the P.ichmoud Convention Discovery la now tbe standard remedy In tho From Clnclnatt to St. Louis. Jamei of the At- Mies Janle, The LORD will surely bices iu passing the ordinance of Becesf ion, reo Coleman household and on board the schooner, In command of rPVi free Trial Bottles or tbir 'Standard Remedy at C J8r TT Is tbe only Hoe running X J. OO lyl. tbrouau from Loulsvllla lantic, with his headquarters at Governor's them nay haai blofsed them already, for ommendiug the people of Northwest Vir Venny A McAllsler's Drug8tare. and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being Island. their dear kindness to the evangelists. It ginia to meet in Wheeling ou the 13th cf cf small roads. made up of a coinbln-tl- ua Positire Cure for Piles. It alwaya Beamed to .Ujtrapge to hear gives me great joy to think that while liny May to hold a convention. Similar meetThe Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Tothepooplecl this county we would aay that Bleeping Can on night trains; Luxuriant Par tho clamor rawed Bgalnt working the were lavishing attentions upon us, the gos- ings were held in other places, and at tbe wo havo beta given the Agwcyof Dr. Marchlsl'a lor Cars ou day trains; Elegant Day Coachtwenty-fiv- e guaranteed es on all trains. Italian I'ilo convlcta of the State outaido the prison pel we brought was, filliui,' up their own appointed time delegates from Direct and close connections aro made in UNION Even the halls of Congress are lives with peace and gladnesa. It was like western counties met in Wheeling nnd to enre or money refunded internal, External, wall'. S0o a box. DEroTd with diverging lines by thoO. A M. Inthe separation of members of one family, passed resolutions denouncing tbe ordi- Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles, Fries Hallway, thus avoiding troblesome transWALTON, wltntstea to t Aorta made to supprws or Fenny AMcAllstcr, Druggists. fers by otbtr routes. nance of recession, and calljng a conven- For sals by to say good bye to them last Friday eventerdict by law iucU employment ff Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is tbe only Una Is published, every TueMay and Friday at tbs Tbe Is a very string fan- - ing. At the fort, the dear Major and bis tion of all Virginia counties who adhered Certainly this between ixuisviu, Cincinnati ana ci. ouis low price of Daughters, Wives and Mothers. under one management, running all its wife gained such a hold upon the hearts of to tbe National Goyernment. This conrr and a mere clap'trap, trains through solid and In consequence We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl's repudiated la recognised ilrst-Cls- ts YEAR. ltoitu beTTVO.DOIiI.ARN Female Remedy, t cure Female The oourta sentenced their convlc'e to the children, not to aay the parents, that vention met on June 11, end, tween those Cities. as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and cerlalnlv should bf there waa "great lameatatjon" wtien the the government at Richmond, elected such "bard labor," and this Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for Fraccia II. Pierpout as Governor of the Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplacemeot or bearing lull particulars aa to raU, tlmo. maps, circulars in inns riroductlve capacity, ana not mere parting hour came Aly deliberate tvti Change 0 Irregularities, .Barrenness, or any desired Information, or write to exercise, producing nuto, endorses that of the younger members "reorganlred Slate of Virginia." The new down foiling, ROBT. II. KORMAN, meanlnglea tread-mi' ALL LASSES Llfe.Leuehorrho; a, besides many weakneaMssprlug-In- g f Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. R'y. Boixeiset. Ky, was called West Virginia, ana waa from the above, like Headache, Bloating, dpi-nnothing. Work insdeor outside, must of the "Troupe," that, all in all, the dear State jW. n.SIIATTUC. W. MPEABODY. Unton on June 20, 186?, Uen. Pass. Ag't, Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Pre, and Ueu'i Man'gr, Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. produce BOtethin to be protttable, end It Mnjor ii about tbe most perfect Ban they admitted Into tbe Cincinnati, O. Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by Drugome,h,n for con" have ever met. I have yet to find, or hear pnl4 ! hwd ,0 fin A Vassalborough Quaker sold a man a gists. Frloea II and It SO per bottle. Bend to Dr. vlctatodo'tbatlanot being done by oth. from others anything that could lower tbe B. Marchlsl, Utlca, tf Y., for painphlst, free. sybetber exalted opinion we have all formed of bia pair of cattle, and told him they never J. sals b v l'enny A licAllster. Druggists. For en. And what does It yFr be rare and grand character. I think one clue troubled him by breaking down fences or It thlr work is done Inside or out, must WHY WILL YOU cough whtn Shilob's Cure walls. Tbe next day after buying them with what Is called "honest to bis magnificent moral stature, .'discoverId competition glre Immediate reJlelt Price 10c, 60c andtl. la better to ed, while changing my under clothing In the piirchreer found them in a neighbor's will labor." Besides. It certainly HAOAN'S For sals by SI. L. Uourie. themrtelvee his dressing room, aa waa my custom night- garden. They had broken the wall, and .From make convicU feed aad clothe TUEIIEV. OEO, U. THAYER, of Bourben, down the vegetables .and the ex- - ly after preaching. Over hla wash stand were tramping Ind..iara.a ''Both tutself and wife owe our lives by their own labor, tkan to do ao at hung a scripture motto, I never have seen eating the corn. "Look here!" laid be to toHHILOU'd CONSUMPTION CUHE. For sale same J'bo"1,. l,.bor',' penseof that keeping a elsewhere. It la "JUDGE NOT." On af- the Quaker, "I thought you raid thoie cat- at M. L. Bourne's. these "honeat laborer" is a secret aid to beauty. JdltM ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion A large, finely Illustrated Pamphlet) lot of tf.le.vea and purderew infrom tbe ter Inquiry I found that he had sent to En- tle never troubled you by being broacby." them UI tLev feed and "Friend," said the Quaker, "I never allow Constipation, DUxIuess, Loee of Appetite, Yellow descriptive of tho Northwest. Statistics Many a lady owes her freshgland for U, specially, and when It could -- Bd cJolbe their .10 Bktnt Bblloh's VltaJlr is a positive cure For who would rather A-not be procured among all the specimens of such things to trouble me." vet that Is wivwTndcbUdreoT sals at it. L. Bourne's. Sent Free ness to it, oompiled from official sources d tell, and you caiit tell. when you drive tbe scripture mottoes, wtlb which the market not tbe result United States District Attorney SHILOn'S CATARRH REMEDY- -a positive on application to 0. H. WAEBEM, mines and railroads, or other for "pious varieties" is flooded, had one has resigned in order to give more cure for Ca'arrS, DlpaUn.rU and Caukwr Mouth. walls. iSyloyment In or without the prison G. E. A, St. Paul, Minn. printed for hla awn rvsrtrenlar nee. It act alteution to hi. uo 8JCt turner. -- Mldwsy Clipper. 3nlmoronnml I'iaUANNUM.OAHlI. d THEIiJLTEST! J. 7S-2-m I'ost-Offlc- e. "Cy-Clone- ," NEWCOMB HOTEL r. ie ct J. J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. e. a Jacob Miller Sou, SHIRT, Qiar-termaal- er Dli-trt- l, en-ire- d Lis-zl- SURGEON XJi:iVTI8Ti Lin-coi- com-mU'io- SEMI-WEEKL- Cornier-Journa- lf J. nd LUMBER! Bur-orb,- m J. 23-6- 1 O. & M. I 11 lie Interior Journal BTA.N-OBDMK- Olntiaont-emphatlc- ally W. P. con-vlc- Pro'r. Dla-oase- PB 1 ll "VV"CR.I3L al JUST ISSUED. letters M Golden Latitudes. Magnolia Balm & pre-clse- ly Dor-shelm- er lrf3jL SHIMIWIJ' H HKJJil Col. Wm. Duke has received IntelliCharles W. Bourne, a young white DR. W. B. PBNNY, SenUHt, Scott Hancock, which occurred unezpect man of a good family, was tried at Nichc-Itsvlll- e, gence that his daughter, Miss Mary Duke, ITTTTTTLV 8TANFOBD, KENTUCKY, Tutsday, for living in open con- was not Injured so badly as was at first reedly at his home on Governor's Island, X Office on Lancaster street, next door to Inn-aioY., Tuesday afternoon, was received with cubinage with a negro woman but the Jury ported, by the recent railroad accident near Journal office. Offlee hoars from 8 to 12 A. m. nd 1 to 8 r. M. Anesthetics administered when February 12, 1880 intense sorrow all oter the country, for hung. Stanford, Ky Kansas City. The accident was the result neoeasary. 154-- 1 jr.) none of those who figured so prominently H. E Huntington, Becelrer of tho of carelessness on the part of tho road atd in the civil WAr, was more beloved than Kentucky Central railroad, has announced those Injured will at once institute suit for W. P. WALTON. College he, especially by the people of the South, by circulars that he wllkeontinue all the damages. n who lemember with gratitudo his efforts In old employes in the service until further Mr. Harry 8. Orr, in anky., cient times as a commercial traveler, but A sensational passsge at arms between their behalf during the trying period of re notice. s, - - piken. A bloody riot occured in the streets of who has been for several years merchandize Speaker Offatt and Mr. Owens, of Scott, construction. His official orders on taking The Second Term of tho present session will be. aided and abetted br Mn 8raldirnr, of command at New Orleans were basod on London Monday, The Communistsd c fl Ing at Georgetown, has closed out his busi(tin Feb. lit, 1880. Locallen pleasant; tllaclpltno Union, furnUhed tbo legislators and the the true principles of American liberty ed tho police and ransacked the hotels, ness there and again taken tho road, this kind but firm; Instruction thorough. Pupils any time. Bead for circular. &c, taking everything time in the interest of Butler, Clapp & Co., newspapers a toplo (or discussion Monday and stamp him as a man as great in peace stores, as he had been in war. His triumphant they could get their hands on. New York. Mr. Orr was in Danville, his and Tuesday, A bill to amend a Loula-ylIt is denied from Washington, on "the old home, Tuesday and Wednesday. G? Caarler was under discussion and nomination for the presidency by the dem- BUILDERS ATTENTION Miss Ruth Carrigan has returned from Mr. Off ens to prevent a vote resorted to ocrats at Cincinnati in 18S0, amid the most highest authority," that the President has Ws are now prepared tofuroUh all kinds ot somo resolute filibustering. He refused to intensa enthusiasm, and the largo votejtbal determined to ask for the resignation of a visit ofseyeral week to friends in Lintht rough and agents for planing mills. take his seat when ordered (o do so by the he polled at the subsequent election told Attorney General Garland because of the coln county. Mr. John Shelley has again Keep conitintlr On hand drww.1 rltorlnr. rIHnr. doori. tub, Hindi, monldlng the strong bold that be had upon the peo- telephone stock scandal, defied the Sergeant-at-Arm- s Boyle countr, having become a citizen of Speaker and ae, at lowtlt price, Mr. Thaddeus Fairbanks, the Inventor removed from Harrodsburg to his farm sail when that meek official timidly went for. ple. Ho was glorious even in defeat and at HKSOJIT AZMKTCALF. ward to obey the instructions to remove the inauguration of his opponent bore him- of the Fairbanks scale, recently celebrated north of loan, recently purchased from J. him from the fhor of the House. The self as a gallant soldier and gentleman. In his ninetieth birthday and still lives In the O. Caldwell. Mrs. S. M. Boone has re Speaker finally weakened and ordered the fact ho was in every way as he has been old way at St. Johnabury, Vt , where he turned to Somcrtet from a visit to her clerk to proceed with the call of ayes and most felicitiously described, "Hancock, the ttands among the highest in the social daughter, Mrs. Wicfield Scott, of this place. nays, the action Mr. Owens was contend superb." The many great events in his scale. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Tom Henry, Clerk of the Court of Ap- J. b. .UuHla Wad titoU TucjuU) 6 tiling for. It looks a little ngly that the two stirring and useful life are recorded in an This row(lfrnTrTrlfi Aroarrrlot purity, defeated candidates for the speakership other part of this paper, which show how peals, has been on another spree at Frank ing for killing Tom Hansford, the strength mil wlioVwmcDM,. Mora economical old colored man, by kicking him in thin the oidlnsry Mini- -, nd co not I sold In should thus contend against their success- faithfully he served his country through fort. They had to close the bar on him at STANFORD, KY. has been the trying periods of 40 years or more. a friend dragged the belly a day or two before. Tom was cotnpMltlon with tbe multitude of low Iril, ihort Oilers bis wrTlcee to ITotel. Finally Buhr'a ful opponent and their action welglitalura or phosphite powder. Bold oolrln the people of Blantbrd and Tlclnttr. Long etperleace and cartful attention IIotal Bakiku Powdh Co., The In presence of many prominent badly ruptured and was prostrated from mm. subject of much adverse criticism. guaranlt sstiilsctloo. Building material of er-t104 Wall Strut, N. Y. All the charges brought against that him off, the Cor-be- tt the time he received the kicking until his incident developed the fact that Jacob description furnlihed at low rates. purest and best of men, Dr. John D. men. The President and Speaker Culisle death. The magistrates composing the exis not the man for Sergeant Woods, in regard to the public printing, He should have presented the terrifying were entirely disproyen before the legisla- had a conference Monday on the State of amining court acquitted Morris. The al a mace and on its failure to terrify, should tive committee and he was fully exoner legislation in the House, the former mani- leged killing and trial took place In Junchave seized the beligerent member and ated. They were brought by disappointed festing great interest in the work and ex- tion City. Your correspondent did not pressing the hope that a good record will learn the general purport of the testimony dragged him to the outer walls. We move rivals, who seem to halt at nothing how be made. adduced at the trial. his failure to act be investigated. that ever mean to Injure him, The doctor has In a drunken frenzy Mollie Cantrcll Jim Cirrick, Emma Cecil, Kate Pur-ce- ll Bher Logan, referring to our article been nominated unanimously by the demo- killed her sister Nannie with a batcher and Emma Sinclair were arrested Wed protesting against Louisville being ex- cratic caucus to succeed himself as public knife. They were both inmate of a Nash- nesday on bench warrants charging them empted from the penalties of the bill to printer, and the Legislature without far- ville bagnio kept by their mother. Both Cecil with keeping houses of 1 prohibit base ball playing on Sunday, rises ther ado should elect him to fill the office, womon loved the same man and he was the and Carrick are colored persons and the to remark in his excellent paper, the Louis which under his administration has been bone of contention. other two white. Bettie Caldwell, colored, ville lima: "We beg leave to call Brother most economical for the State. The propDavid Bett, a farmer of Jessamine was ai rested the same day charged with to let the printing to tho lowest bid Walton's attention to the fact that few of osition county, fired three shots at his wife, one gambling and keeping a gambling house re-ceiv- 'd the people of Louisville are in his happy der was not made in the interest of the shot taking effect in tho hip. He hasn't and with selling to grown persons and miflat down in the Commonwealth, but to keep Dr. Woods condition a been rieht in his mind since the death of nors, white and colored, and of both sexes, from enjoying the victory he won so galcow.lot sweetly wooing to mumble-the-pe- g his son, who was thought to have been sundry and divers invigorating drinks, through all the long Sunday afternoons of lantly. poisoned by his wife. such as wine, whisky, brandy, ale, beer, the summer season." While denying that Is response to Mr. Hansford's interrogaThe Kentucky Cremation Society was gin, rum, stone fence and soda water. The our Sunday afternoons are spent in ths de- tories in his Junction City Herald, we will organized In Louisville Wednesday. Capt. (Thursday ) trials of all are set for lectable manner referred to or in any other state first that it is all nonsenso to talk W. F. Norton, Jr., was elected President, Wm. Drye was brought before the po way than becomes our pious disposition about the reformation of convicts in or out- with a full corps of A com- lice court Tuesday evening charged with a and religious turn of mind, we leave it to side the walls of the penitentiary and sec mittee was appointed to secure a site for breach of the peace; the breach consisting the wicked man of the Times to explain the ond that we have always contended since in Drye's having slapped a small boy the erection of a crematory. ! reascn he advocates base ball on Sunday there is not room in the prison to carry Mr. John W. Breathitt, Jr., brother of named Boyle Owsley in the face at church races on the out the sentence of the law to keep the Hon. James Breathitt, Representative of and would howl against horse the nicht previous. There was considera same day. There is no difference that we convicts at hard labor, and since their la- Christian county in the Legislature, was ble evidence showing that the boy had cut can see and we venture that half of the bor in any branch will necessarily come in shot and probably fatally wounded by Drye's overcoat and his wife's shawl, both Cele-brate- d s and murderers, who render life competition with some kind of free labor, Wilner Wilson, at Hopkinsville, because of which were hanging over the back of in Louisville so unsafe after night fall to that to employ them in opening up and he thew a enow-bal- l at him. the pew just In front of where the boys those whose business calls tbem to the working the undeveloped coal fields of KenHancock's death seemB to be the were, and that the slap, If it was given at Gen. streets, began their downward course by tucky, is at once the most profitable and result of high living. He was fond of the all, was given when Drye discovered what uat such Sabbath breaking as we have pro least harmful of any employment that they pleasures of the table, and took great care had been done. The accused was found tested against. can be put to. to eat and drink the best he could find. He technically guilty and fined one cent. n A communication in the Louisville took very little exercise and suffered conMeters J. H. Eagleman and L. B. The news of the lynching of an unknown Fields recently bought of H, C. Bands, of white mi)le thief comes from Danville, Ya. limes from Frankfort charging that the stantly from gout and dyspepsia, According to a statement just issued, Meadow Brook Stock Farm, OIney, III., It teems that he stole the mule from a "Vi- Penitentiary directors connived at the rginia farmer and took him over to North prison outbreak to prove South's incompe- the Louisville & Nashville's gross earnings and now have at their stables here the folCarolina and sold him. Ho hung around tency, might have some welgnt if the val- for the last six months of the old year lowing "gilt edge" trotting stock: Biy the place long enough for the mule to get iant scribe who sent it had had the courage were $6,778,833.80, leaving a surplus after stallion Hockaway by Wilklni McCawber, attached to his new home when he again tore to sign his name or give that of the wonder- deducting operating expense, taxe, con- son of Rysdick's Hamiltonian and Lady him away and started out to sell him to ful person whom he claims to interview, struction, Ac, of $354,290.89. Brown by Seeley's American Star. Hock-awa- y's somebody else. The tar heels pursued the As it is the charges fall very flit, especially Columbia, Tenn., Is exercised over a dam is Alley by Rysdick's Hamiltoman and caught him, but while they had since the directors are men of unquestion suit for seduction, filed by Miss Annie nian; Alley Is the dam of Albert France him in cuetody a party from Virginia came able integrity. Nicholson against W. A. Bailey for $25,000 and Wilton; bay mare May Belle by Dicta' along and claimed him for the original A contemporary remarks: "The "con- Bailer is a wealthy and influential citizen, tor, dam Vic (dam oi Mattie Graham, 2.23 theft. They started with him to Virginia, science fund" in the United States Treasury and Miss Nicholson, who is highly con- and Dainty 2 20J)by Mambrino Chief, 21 but had hardly crossed the line, when the was commenced in 1812. It now amounts nected, wis governess in Biiley's home. dam Fly by Barclay's Columbus, &:. ChesNorth Carolinians again came upon the to $220,442. If all the rascals who have Controller Durham has found it nec tnut Filley 2 yrs. old dam May Belle, abovo scene and securing the prisoner swung robbed the government would disgorge, tho essary to give a lesson in manners to sired br Mammont. full brother of Pied Testimonials from somo of our boat Lincoln to the nearest limb. This was rather rough fund, if turned to the credit of the public to China Mosby, in whose ac- mont and Aimont Eagle. county Airmcra in our poeasiori. treatment, wo admit, but then a man debt, wculd decrease the amount material- counts be ventured to find an error. The The attention of Judge R.J. BreckinCHILLED PLOWS. ought to be satisfied with stealing a poor ly, If not pay It off. was taught that the days when ridge being called to the recent action ot tactics were little mule once instead of keeping him alGen, Bleat, Supreme Dictator of the his peculiar No. 2 South IJeml 10 inch cut Ireland, it is said, last year consumed 87 f0 ways on the pad. had long since pawed. Knights of Honor, expelling him from the 5,069,023 gallons of spirits and newly 79-,No. 3 " 11 " 8 fiO Secretary Eadicott has issued orders order, that gentleman informed your corresMr. Oakland, the Attorney General 000,000 gallon! of malt liquor, at a cost of No. 4 " 12 " 9 00 placed at half mast on all pondent that it was a matter of indifference the flsc be will hare to go. His questionable connec about $55,000,000. No wonder therefore that No. 10 12 " military poets and stations and that to him what Sloat did, that it was the indi10 00 telephone can that she is in the deplorable condition of the tion with the three minute guns be fired on the day after vidual action of Sloat and not of tho Su-STEEL PLOWS. not be tolerated by an honest democratic the present. the receipt of these orders, and the several preme lodge. Judge B. said that on bis The people have proadministration. The Columbia Spectator is back Into its badges of mourning will be worn for thirty trial before the Subordinate Lodge, to No. 3 Hamilton Clipper, 10 inch cut... 8 0 00 nounced in no uncertain terms their rep original bands, Mr: Rolin Hurt having sold days in honor of Gen. Hancock. No. 3 which he belonged in Louisville, he wts 11 " ... o f0 rehension of Credit Mobelier schemes, from out to Mr. J. E. Murrell, who knows the Allen Allenswortb, of Kentucky, is an acquitted and that four members who No. 1 Hamilton, with B)tv Cantro differs only in the 10 50 which the L. business from the case up; verv indispen of the vacant Chaplain-shi- ps were dissatisfied with the result of tho trial No. 5 Hamijton, Crfiitro Draft, 12 in. cut 11 00 fact that the former was already an estab- sable knowledge in running a country applicant for one in the navy. Mr. Allenswortb is a carried the matter bifore Bloat on appeal. lished source of profit, and its shrres were paper. Furatifc Bradley Sulky Phws, best on negro, but Is a democrat. He He says he is ready, willing and anxious to discributed as bribes to members of Conearth 33 00 In obedience to the wishes of Mrs. Han- is endorsed by the entire delegation of make a full and final settlement of all his gress for expected voter, while the latter including Speaker Carlisle, who accounts and as soon as the courts which Kespectfully, depended on these members of Congress to cock, the General's funeral will be private Kentucky, Secretary of War in have the matter in charge permit him, be make it a successful speculation br the and without any military display whatever. commended him to the will only be too glad to do so. He says The remains will be interred at Norris-tow- n, a very warm letter. strength of their names and position in When Col. Wintersmitb, the efflores- he has been vilified and slandered beyond Pa., mesa for demopublic life. It is a pretty received his little batch measure and that time will bring him a crats of high estate to get caught in and Two columns of editorials were crowded cent Kentuckian, stock he wrote to Rogers to complete vindlcatian. of the Attorney General is not the only one out this week. Catlettsburg Democrat. kHaW aav was "Incysted" In the Will Mr. Marcum be kind enough to state say that his kindness that should suffer. Complimentaryto Mrs. Brock. recesses of his heart, but Gen. Johnston, in At .a final meeting of the elocution olaas A bill to appropriate $120,000 to com- to whose editorials he refers? writing to Rogers, insisted that unless the 'saw BBJk aTaTaTaTaTaTarBalaBlasaM.Sa ka plete the branch penitentiary at Eddyville, Tilden ws72lho'very day that Gen, enterprise succeeded, the public, under cer- in Stanford, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: by an in- Hancock died and is still hale and hearty, which amount is to be raised tain circumstances, might regard everybody First. After having fully attested the crease of taxes 3 cents on the $100, baa though thought too old to be nominated concerned as swindlers. N. Y. World. ability of Mrs. Brock as an elocutionist, we been presented in the House, In the pres- for the Presidency In 1880. declare her a finished artist In her profes ent humiliating condition of the State fiDANHILLE. BOYLE COUNTt. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLE aaaaaSliiiVSHPvtlsV Hv4 JSl sion and an honor to her teacher, Murdock. nances, this Is about the only way it can -J- eannie, the little daughter of Mr. Second. Wo cordially recommend her to be gotten, but it is a miserable mismanLegislature has resolved to fire 88 The Wm. Warren, has been very ill with some- the people of any place to which she may agement of affairs that reduces us to this guns on Washington's birthday. thing like quinsy, but is now much better. go and can fully attest her ability as a trait. Mr. Bobbilt has Introduced a bill to Over 100,000 Sold I.RBt Year.-Ylcfori- ona la Every Field Contest. Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson will give teacher and standing as a lady. The editor of tho South Ktntuckian, who amend an act authorizing this county to vote home north of n an entertainment at their ouiuu'enoimng but tbe uitrer Chill! Plow, btcaam tb.T are Mildred Lewis, Annie McKInney, r.ZrS.-.- Z money in aid to railroads. . t.Z: "QU w' uo nrii-ciahas just been to Frankfort and surveyed wora in tod or Hub to. The mouMtaardi are tbor-:n- lr oug Chilled, hire"' aoft inoti In thom no ,! m ..,.. .... n mi ZI Perton, Committee. The bill to make gamblinc a felo town on the evening of the 18th Inst., for the field, says: "We doubt if there are The hearlut coat ofruit th.t'cin .rcum.n.,. "i."Ti k ""'"'. ?"" "". rroa. of Pleasant Grove church. The 1. thoroughly cent' dTall Ptow. h.rln, a" Bio. nj landaMVwhkhdeS & over thirty men in the House who could ny passed the Senate 20 to 0. Now let the the benefit A call has just been issued for a melt- tbe prcMureroond Cecil & Owens, fresh meat dealers, 00 all itrafRbt plows. Tbe OlUer Ch.llod Plow baa No frame a bill of the simplest character. House follow suit at once. Sueh a law ing of the Kentucky Distillers' Association manufacturer will try to Imitate ao'lnfrrfor plow. The "OIlTer" bat rw?J the have dissolved partnership, Mr. Owens reM o owr ,,U).7 In 18&S. Yow kD' lnm . Many of its members are good, clever men, is imperative. tell hard, It wll "6llj" and take no other. now. brrak100.000drya ground whenMiihJyon Twill wll ou to tiring. Mr. Cecil will continue the bus at the Ptccnix Hotel In Lexington, Febru buy no other p'ow A bill has been offered and ought to imjrj uic ui, uiuui imperii, oieei of limited education, and probably know . ary 16, at 12 o'clock. : ' wnicn limit Inr rnrord hr iinnn.tll iany eivoi Plow. Try then ...., be couriered. companies iness at the old stand on Fourth street: W. H. how to run their farms successfully, but be passed to compel sleeping-ca- r It appears that the Law and Order Cora Van Tassel, The popular actress, they made a mistake in aspiring to their to pay a license tax. For each car there League of Cincinnati has succeeded in preshall be paid annually the sum of $300, with a good support, will begin an engagepositions." f present venting performances in all the theatres when the distance, operated over is 200 ment of fire nights at the Opera nouse on Tnia ought to settle it. The Louisville miles or less, and when the number of Monday the 15th Inst. The opening play 'and concert saloons in that city on Sun days. Board of Trade has resolved that no more miles is in excess of 200 the license shall will be "Fanchon the Cricket." Representatives from 33 States and dollars should be coined until the be $500. Any silver Tho candidacy of Hon, M. O. Saufley, failure to comply with the Territories will bo present at the meeting interchangabillty and equality of silver above rule is for Judge of the Superior punishable by n fine of 0 of Stanford, of the International Press Association of dollars with gold coin upon a ratio fixed -Court from the 21 district, in event that osiutaa in- be held in Cincinnati by law, can be secured by agreement becourt shall be continued by the Gen North America to the Drugs, Books, Stationery and C NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Feb. 23, 24, 25. tween the leading commercial couptries of eral Assembly, is favorably received by the the world. Congress will please take nogentleman In Mr. Zick Chrisman died in Wayne numerous friends of that Make gambling a (elony. Strip it of its tice and govern itself accordingly. county last week. shreds of respectability. Let the man who PbyilcUm' jirewrlptloni Danville and Boyle county. accurately compounded. AUo Laura Don, once a great actreu, u Mr. W. R. Bowman has returned from gamble look at the world through iron The deaths of the three great soldiers of Cincinnati, where he has been superintend- barii, and let tbe world look at him and the civil war, Grant, McClellan and Han-coc- dead at Troy, N. Y. BVDbkl)l)l)l)l)lVlbilBl)l)l)l)B7flbtaBlLjBlialiLn The Senate has passed a bill for a pub-li- e ing the construcfion of his car couplers. He his calling through the same disenchanting following so closely upon each other, building at Newport, Ky. reports that railroad men are well pleased medium, and young men will not regard are a sad reminder that within the next da Tho largest Stock of Vatohes, Olooks, Samuel E. Thompson, of wealthy rela with his invention and to give It a final the excitement and snap and dash of the all who bore a prominent part cade most of Jewelry and Silverware attached to freight gambler's life ifl sufficiently exhilarating in that fearful conflict will like the immor- tionship at Paducah, Ky., was knocied lest ceveral have been to down and fatally Injured by a bar tender In mj -- tinning betwern Ludlow and Lex- - to make amends for the shame of a felon's tyer bought to this market Prlcei Lowar tal Jackon, have "passed over tho river the Lowest. Watehes, Clocks and Jewelry It" New York City. Inquirer. UlhiUil paired on short notice and Warranted. rest under the shade of the trees." The news of the death of Gen "WinQeld 4 nal R 1 Stanford Fernie well-know- am:.. paxton stanford, club-house- 8G-- He Win H I lum-tw- in rather-boarding- -, POWDER Frank Allison. K Absolutely Pure. well-kno- ry SS-l- s. "ill-shape- mint-scente- 1 0 PLOWS ! PLOWS ! PLOWS 0 ft We have just, alargc invoice of very best brands of 0 i 0 PLQ WS 0) foot-pad- A H Including the South Bend Chilled Plows and the old reliableHam-iltoClipper Steel. Look at our prices and compare them. Every Plow Q a H w&BS&ssrai, 91 ID H bush-whackin- g ! Fan-Electri- c 1 0 Pan-Electr- d H 4 BJESIGOXI? & 3JCETOA.LIT. n Tan-EIectr- l Mas-terso- ";" at ".,V: 1 Mrtln 1 lllGG -.- mi PerniyA, M'Alistcr PHARMACISTS, tk $1,-00- aSiJlps) k, JEWELERS. cell.-fOwtni- boro rj The mnd and ed by & Stanford, Ky E. O. WALTON, February 12, 1880 - Bualneas. Manager, TIME CARD. I. AM. Mrlt LOCAL limited to this present world, but extends beyond into the unseen spiritual realm so (l " KOfhltltMWHIIMMHimM 2 Oft A, H. that "the gates of hades can never prevail fh.iOT Is calculated oa standard tlmt. Bolar against the continuance of the church" nor d ! About 23 minutes tastse. the individual members thereof. So that LOCAL NOTICES. in tne death of one of our members we feel the same spiritual fellowship to exist, school bocAi from Penny A But your as while living in the flesh. In view of the MoAUiter. recent death of our brother, W. F. CarpenWatohm and Jewelry repsJred on shortotic and wkrmntcd by Penny A MoAIIhter, which occurred January 10, 1830, we feel constrained through a sense of chrisH4M Ho Itemed r, the oriuj-as.- 1 Btrv tb.e tian fraternity and fellowship, to give a bend only jenulne, from Penny AMcAl- coming expressien of our relations to each AooMrLrrr. tock of jrwelry, Ulwt other in the gospel, and of our deep sense style, Kockford watches a specially. Pen. of the loss the church has sustained in his ny A MoAltrter. removal from our number. PERSONAL, Raolitd 1. That in all the grace and vir tues that compose christian character, we has none to Newtonia, Mr. A J BunK recognize the same aa having been derived Mo., to live. from Jesus Christ, who is alone our perfect -- Mn. J. T, Ciuki went to Lebinon exemplar. Wednesday. 2 That whatever oi spiritual good exMijw Alma. Hays has gone to vlilt isted in the character of our deceased her brother, Mr. Hugh Hays, at Lwicaiter. brother, had been received of Christ, by end Mitw Km.a Smiley has Rone to receiving Him and walking in His footsteps. people In Danville, a week with her home 3. Tnat tbe entire church life of our K. Jones and Mrs. A.J.Hayden, Mr brother has been marked by a regular and of Lincoln, were here last constant attendance upon the public serviSignal. ces of the church. Stone, who etarted -J- urxit J. Boyle Corn for sale. M. S. Peyton, Stanford. Tar.PoMoffice has bicn transferred and ev4. That aa one of the Deacons of the to his home at Liberty, was unable to get For Sale. I have a lot of nice clover church his labor was unceasing until laid Hood in Green erything Is running a well as could be through yesterday owing the expected. The first mail was opened in 30 hav. suitable for feed in c cows. Diniel B. upon his bed by tbe hand of disease. river. minutes, which is good time considering Stagg, Jr. 5. That in the removal of Bro. W. F. Mr. J. T. Adams, of Camp Dick Bob Lucas A Bro , sold to Alex. McClin-toc- Carpenter from the church he loved so well that the arrangement of the new boxes and Inaon, was hero Wednesday and reports Win25 aged mules at $107 each. their owners bad to be learned. Capt. and from bis family, to whose interests he that his wife, who has been very 111, is Bicbard will chester Democrat. be assisted by his very was most affectionately devoted, we recograuch improved. Chas. Sandidge sold to Louis Ellis, of capable daughter, Mies Rose, who will nize a providence of God, which we can H. Miller and D. B MeuRH. footed soon become proficient in the business. Col. Eminence, Ky., his fine white e not explain; to which, however, we bow Carpeuter are In Frankfort for the mare for $380. down our souls in ntter submission to the tax case before Hall Anderson is with them yet acd the of arguing the railroad Each Congressman gets this year 6.500 retiring postmaster, Mr. B. G. Aiford. ren will of our Heavenly Father, who Is "too the Court of Appeals. packages of vegetable seeds, besides 500 wise ders all the assistance in bis power. so err and too good to be unkind. Mr. and Mm. J. M. McBoijerw, Jr., packages of flower seeds. 0. That in this great sorrow that has new have returned from a visit to their The following list of war claims have Cattle sold at Lexington Monday, overshadowed the heart of his widow, sister grand-soat Lancaster, the first born of been approved and paved by the National scrub 3 to 3, medium at 3 to 4 and one House: Lincoln county A. H. Bastin, Ad- lot of 1,100 pound feeders brought $50 per Jennie Carpenter, left with three children, Druggist B K. McIisberU. too young to appreciate their great lots, we Mr. T. F. SriNK, dispatcher on the ministrator, C2 CO; J. H. Collier, Admr., head. extend to her our deepest sympathy and do A K., is $137 60; John F. Gover, Admr. of John ew Orleans division of the L. It is estimated that In Fairfield county loving Father may with his old friends here, looking first rate. Fish, $2,3 1 1.02; Commodore Bogers, $200; Ohio, Bohemian oats and grain swindlers devoutly pray thAt our grace and strength to bear It all He Is much pleased with his position in the Wesley Bout $S72; Clara W. Singleton, have secured notes aggregating $75,000 give to her realizing that some how or other, as with $109 20; George D. Wearen, Admr. $01 from firmer. b'unny Bouth. Laztrus, the brother of Mary and Martha, B, HiATr, of Liberty, and Lee B. Yate, Administrator, $41. Mr, Hiram B. II. Neale bas sold to Mr. Pre. be. for the "glory of God." Mo., is on a visit to his relatives and Garrard Nannie Anderson, exlx. $G0; Smith, for Missouri parties, his fine trotting his death may 7. That the For going resolutions be pubBlchfriends in this eectlon. He la much pleased James A. Beirler, $202 87; Thomas Elmls-ton- , stallion, Mambrldo Erie for $1.500. lished in the I.ntiri r Journal and a with his new home and says he has perma$35; W. 8. Elkln $100; F. M. Stegar mond Herald. copy of same be presented to the widow of will take back with $170 51. nently located. He Bockcaslle-- D. John Buchanan, of Bourbon county, N. WilJiams. him some fine horse stock. admr. $12290; Lucy A. Reynolds $121.50 bought for J. W. Cecil, of Tennessee, a car- our deceased brother. 1 G. G. Helm, l'Ror. Bice, late of Crab Orchard, and scores of persons in Boyle and Pulaski load of yearling mules, mostly marts, at u,mm,ue8- W. L. Williams, High school on the counties. . opened tbo Kingston $77.50 per head. B. G. Gover beught the 31 mulea adfirst of this month with 30 pupils. A very Paper rsi's aie made in Russia. They Bloody shirt papers have taken up the fine beginning for such unusually cold, SIgman matter and vertised in this paper by Mr. J. T. Adams, are longer than ordinary rails, and said to are denouncing It as a bad weather. All the patrons eeem to be persecution because he was a Union sol- of Garrard, and started to Atlanta with have a greater adhesivenes In contact with locomotive wheels. well pleased with the Professor.-Blch-m- ood dier. The screacher of the Cincinnati Com them Wednesday. Ilrrald. At Lexington court Monday about 100 mercml asks pathetically: "Are the men ICTf ADYEnTIHEMKnTN. who tcok the side of their country and head of horses sold from $100 to $150 each. LOCAL MATTERS. Common mules at $75 to $100: good broke fought for it In the transition times of the Sunday will be 9l. Valentine's day. war, to be bunted down and hanged now, mules from $125 to $175. Fon Sale. A young jack, 1 years old, because they were on the side that won the A Bney. FLOCR-bestown. Waters tln Vocotablo black, about 14 hands high, heavy bodied, military victor)?" The absurdity of such put up In good three hoop nonsense can only be appreciated by those lengthy, and a good breeder. Apply to Mackerel It. Buckets Instead of Kits for sale by T. B who know or believe that In shooting B. H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. White, Akin A Co., of which firm Dr. Walton. younsr Higginbotham down, Sigman comB. Owsley Is a member, had slaughtered is rumored that Geo. P. Bright and mitted a cruel, cowardly and unjustifiable J. It a dry goods murder, for which he ought to atone, no 27,050 hogs up to last week. Tho average B. F. Kogleman will open against 4.45 last season. It h a medicinal preparation, and, at inaiter how long ago the crime waa com- price has been 3J store here at an oarly day. tho unmet ImcVn elegant and cleanly toilet A sale of trotting stock at Lexingtor, mitted. scalp is healthbrought out some famous animals. Forty-nln- o nrtlele. Its aclgn upon the Mrs. Kmily Girson, who has beeu In ful. It nourishes the glands which support Dr. F. O. Yodno seems to have struck a everal times before, was tried average of $530 Some the Asylum head sold at an tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to for lunacy again a few days ago and return- streak of bad luck since he swapped the of the best horeea were withdrawn, owing thick, soft, and vigorous. It restores blue grass capital for his home among the to insufficient bids. ed to that establishment. tho color of youth to locks which have knobs of Casey. He has soveral times reWm. Kenny haa rented to W. H. Bog-erbecome faded with ago or disease; and Hominy, Grits, Cerealine, Krout Corn, cently figured unpleasantly In Lexiag-tothe Jr , twenty acres of tobacco land, with relieves ami cures Itching, caused by Maccaronl, Dried ApTomatoes, Cheese, Lunatic Asylum matter and bis use- tenant house, barn and sticks thrown in for humors of tho scalp. Dr. George Gray, ples and Peaches, Primes, Cooking Figs, fulness waa impeached by a Nashua, N. II., writes: "It gives me numerously $25 per acre. John Derton sold to Warren Groall new, at A A. Warren's "Model pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects signed paper from Lancaster which bore Featherelon 20 head of beef heifers, aver produced by Hall's Ycgctablo Sicilian Hair cery." the signatures of many good citizens saying aging 1,100 pounds eacb, at per Renewcr, as observed by me In very many Atkliu, Judge J. M. that they would not believe him on oath. hundred. I Lexington Gazette. Im jostlce to W. F. cases.' "It will certainly restore Philipi asks us to say that he was the first Becently he was appointed on the Bjard A Holstien heifer In Christian county ORIGINAL COLOR. It caught fire of Medical Examiners by the Pension De gave in 13 days G77 pounds 11 ounces of TUB UAIK TO ITS of dandruff, and lcnvcs to arrive at his house when it cleanses tho bend extinguish- - partment, but Information of the existence milk, being a fraction over 52 pounds daland to him la due the credit of tho hair toft, glossy, and beautiful." F. T. of such a paper as above referred to com- ly. The weight of the heifer is estimated Saudhclu, 1010 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Ing It. Tn., writes : " After unavalllngly trying acing to the knowledgo of Gen. Black, he at 900 pounds. Her milk record would Everybody will please settle their a number of preparations to prevent my 1st. This notice sent a prompt request for his resignation indicate a yield of 1,100 pounds per month, counts with ua due Jan. hair from falling out, and, realizing that I especial- and Young has gone to Washington to see or her own weight and nearly onofourth Is Intended for our best customers was fast becoming bald, I tried, as a last Owe-le- y about it. over. resort, Ilall's Hair Renewcr. I have used ly and all of you please take notice. The firm of Speyer Bros, have collectACiaig. only four bottles of tho Renewcr, and am MARRIAGES. ed during the last three months in Central perfectly satisfied that it Is the best prepaMr. CallowaT Nance and Miss Helen, Kentuckv 100,000 pounda of body turkey The Harrodsburg DtmocraCt strictures ration In the market for checking the the Dinvllle .ddwcafc for appropriating daughter of W. J. Carson, were married on feathers and 40,000 pounds of quills. The falling out of hair, luvlgorating tho hair on credit, haa roots, and promoting a new growth." vast number of thoee fine fowls raised in this news mutter from it without the 10th: journaldo the fair thing by It when the fact is made that Mr. Sam Bennett, of Blchmond, and section can be estimated contempora-ries- . and all its other neighboring Mis Mamie Warfleld, of Lexington, will known that a single bird does not produce , more than a half pound of feathers. be married on the 18th. FOR Tiin Transcript. Dr. J.M. Poyntz, Bush Newlon'e can old Knights of Honor trouble haa Tub Grand Director Bloat didate for lieutenant governor, was Tobacco Market, fur The Louisville broken out afresh by married u,. thn late decagon of Golden at Owingsvillle, Tuerday, to Mrs. Belle nished by Glover A Durrett, Louisville Tobacco Warehouse: The sales have been commends itself to all who have occasion Lodge, No. 1 acd expelling the ex treasurer, Galewood. to use a dyo for the beard or mustache. At Versailles, Misa Mary Bockey has exceedingly large again this week, amountJndge It. J. Breckinridge, who will appeal Council. It will change gray, faded, or sandy ing to 3,531 hhds. The offerings have embrought suit against her former suitor, Mr. to the Supreme whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black, braced a large per cent, of New Burley but woman Anthony Baney, for $0,000 for breach of as desired. The colors produced are Is said that the fashionable nothing of extra fine quality has appeared natural and lasting. It cannot bo washed goes with a limp- - Her gait la marriage contract. this season Mr. F. B. Feland, of the Lawrence-bur- g and the general inferiority of the crop is of gay nd festive off, contains no destructive Ingredients, a crow between that Ntvi, and Miss Ella King, the pretty becoming more conspicuous as the season Is cheap, safe, convenient to use, and with the string-hal- t dromedary and a horae and attractive daughter of the late Etd. S. advances. A large amount of tobacco has effectual. We have not seen it attempted here TREPARED BY H. King, were married at the residence of changed ownership in the barns of the counone negro woman, who can't except by B. F. HALL & CO., Nashua, X. H., V. S. A. Mrs. King, at noon Wodnesdty, by Eld. ty since the middle of January at figures help It Sold by nil dealers in medicines. J. B. Gibson. Attendants, Mr. Tom Bal which vary very much according to local John Y. Myers suffer- - lard and Mies Jessie Ring. The marriage ity. The recent unfavorable weather connnr.ire.-- Mr. bone of his right Is the ed a fracture of the large consummation of hopes doferred for ditions will materially rotard receipts for -ahalf way between mo many years, as we learn the now happy at least another week. The following quoleg about He had Wednesday afternoon. couple have been engaged almost since tation fairly represent the market at presnkle LCtsctiZ&fyficPZ w th rheumathey were children. We wish them all the ent for New Burley: Trash $304; colory been suffering for sometime e tree in front on the happiness that can come of a union of lov- trash $15; common luga notcolory $405; tism 'and was standing with cramp S9 BIB iistsT colory luga $507 50; common luga not colhotel when ho was seized ing and true hearts. of the LJnfijLjA bone as stated. It ory $5,6007; good leaf $7.59010; fina leaf and falling broke the 18Q6,: getting en well. The large sale of J. W. Allen occurred $10013; select wrappery tobacco $13018. was reeet and be U now Will t iutJe4 FREE to M f plUti. ul it itoml of yesterday before a very large crowd thoagh HT it viLbdut .ratfiu 11. 11 eoaiun. toeai a.v p.i but in keep, tOO llli uii.Df, rrltti, uc,rtle docrlpito.. tod Ttlo.bl is a very small business ..Iti.tlan. fa. ilVnUot all rl.u. .1 VCUKTABLK Judge David Davis got his great for..a ri nu'i-i- i meEiiil lini.UH..u. iB'tlluM Babbitt's enmity towards prices were not considered good. A pair of inn with Mr. by being compelled to take eighty I til, Mr.ltllr u Mukit Oud.orri. Bn for It. mulea Bold to Joe Wright tune he has offered 0 year-o- ld Stanford and her people that D. M. FERRY A CO., Detroit, Michigan. to Ike Laaier, acres of land near the village of Chicago, jurisdiction in clvi for $350; 1 do ti tia Itktn th lti4 U a bill to curtail the thit cit present that $300, several more sold at $109 to $135; when a young man, for debt. The land is licr!c tfin.t hit it t it", flru caaea of our police judge. At, of the city, lln. uit unlvmil utiiltc 'any part 0 the brood mares $130 to $177; milk cows $25 now in the heart official can hear cea from Bpyourulrd ftot itfl tlvll. vvrpiiv rmos,. convenience to $45; 8 yearling cattle to Jim Carter at $23; A genius bas patented a paper necktie SH C.uhEUIcUH, " I'rl, To county and while it b a great ()Min the fatoi H P. Rlffe at .$22 red made in layers, each one of which haa its Ufdtnirtrttie to have such a law, it has tie i ' . end now ntVf for our citizens lEriiiCiiiiulCo. ai a the leading I44 few instances. Mr. Berkshire boar $4.60; 2 do sowfl at $10 ?5; own design. As the outer layer is solid it ClE.lrc:t,Aur3 tine A lite P i been invoked In but l m ghty Intellect 9 Bhoats at 3; seed corn 00 cents and Beed Is torn off as one take a aheet eff a pad, BohbUl might employ hi. oals 30 to 41 cents per bushel, . 11k, i pith ond moment. and behold I there is a new tie, in ruaUu.u-Cu- tln galnj Korlh.............. Ho3th..M.. IMMd ...U15r, m. - The sad intelligence of the death of Adoptedby the Christan Church of Huston-vlllMlra IlacheJ Cirjunter was telegraphed on the dtath of Mr to. F. i he utnk wtu be open but a few mote Carpenter. times this season. 11 a sure that you attend hero Wednesday and cawed a pang of deep regret in the hearts of many friends. She The church is an association of believers tonight and enjoy It while It lasts had been in bad health for several years in Josus Carist, for the objects of spiritual Is said that no new is good news, and was in Cincinnati for treatment when edification and converting the world to which being the fact, this Impression of the the summons came. Of a bright and sun- Christ. Hence the relationship uniting paper will carry clad tldines, so far as tbo ny disposition and especially situated to christians together in the church, Is not local world is concerned. enjoy the blessings of this world her un e, eluoh was being augment" heavy ruin which ret in Innt night. DEATHS. RESOLUTIONS Of-- RESPECT. yysyfaMsT i -- 1 ' ..; . It 'I. . t' week.-Monti-- ccllo letter from Montlcelto, Mo., informs timely death U peculiarly sad and deplorher relative here that Mm. II. J. McBob-ert- a able. Her remains were brought to for Interment and In the presence presented her husband with twin girls of her weeping brothers and sisters and last week. Mw. McB wad Miss Bailie many sympathizing friends were laid away Bruce, of Stanford. ' till the resurrection morn. TnE anow has been going off pretty rajr-idl-y, RELIGIOUS. bnt there Is still a eufllalent quantity on the ground to make It dieagroeable to A union revival at Versailles has won the pedeitrtan. Yesterday was a regular lOeouls to Christ. spring day with the mercury marking 50 Bev. J E. Trlplett will preach at odd. nrxt8unday at 11 o'clock, Probably the oldest minister in the A tetition to the General Ancmbly protesting against the repeal of the law world Ib Thomas Tenant, of Vineyard town-shtn- . Arkansas lie was born In 1771. He creating a Geological Bureau was circulated here Wednemlay br Mr. J A. Carpen- - is an itinerant Methodist preacher. As variety Is the spice of life and as usi, wiicn tii our Dusineee men and others Sam Jones' sermon have created to much to whom it was presented signed it. attention, we give a sample of lib efforts The peich buds are all kilkd 'Squire before a Cincinnati audience of 5,000 this a fact which be has found upMurphy week. on examination, coupled with the expert Biv, Atticus G. Haygood, of the ence that no peaches have been produced Methodist Church South, says that einte afur a winter in which the mercury went the war the people of the North have condown to 12 below tiro. On theother hand, tributed no lees than $40,000,000 for educa Mr. John Bright aays tbey are not killed tional purpose in the South. btit tbst.'we will have a good crop next sea son. LAND. STOCK AND CROP A Hun-lonvilin s vTa?Hkf.r 2&k r Here fs Your Chance I Get Something to Eat Bj reading tbs following list of goods, kept by tjr, T. R. OTAItTOItf, And bujlng what you nel ol him, you will bo enabled, to rary tho monotony o liable to etmrao-Urliyour table atthli time of year, nnd to get good goods at low prlcec e. CANNED GOOD3. California Pears and Apricots, Peeled and Pie Peaches, Sliced and Orated Pineapple. Tomatoes, Corn, fltrlng and Lima Beans, Early June Peai, Blackberries, Oisteri. Balmon, Mtckerel, Sardines, Corned Beef, Him, Ac. VEGETABLES, FRUIT8, ETC. Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Cranberries, Lemons, Bananas, Cocoanuu, Cooking Figs, Punce, Green Apples, Diled Peachts and Apples. FANCY GROCERIES. ' Oran, k pur-poe- PreseiTe. Jelly, Apple Butter, Mince Meat, Cod Flih. Mackerel Id Backets, Map'e Syrup. Krout, Pickles, Cbeee, Crackers, Tea Cakes. Macaroni, Buckwheat Flour, Rice, Beans, Hominy, Shredded Oils, Ac, Ac. Oat-me- .l. 'tr -- n u t 11 t .f t ' J USE - w Job F. Watkbs. ' HALL ShaTr Main GROCERS, Street, - - wth 1 1anoy. Stanford, g, Thomas 1). P.anbv. RENEWER. (McRoberts Block, next door to Dr. Lee F. Huffman's office.) be-eo- a, n new .tock of good, of Mr. W.M.BoIe, whoso trade was dally lacreaT-In,. . . neaaura thmt w .r . low, bat probabl, no lower, than any ., ... In, roods Wfluhl! In thA l,o!.n,.,." .,1 " . 'uuuu wnuHDg, pomeneii 10 cuitomers and cash SO "W ""--or days . ,n.ri,t.. m there-t- haf. our destination. Unless a customer 1. Vh edge or sUDh0?aiei a. wheat at the mill, he will hare to aitlculato very distinctly or wo W" Wl",Dgl3r glTe 0Ur frleDdi P'nnl.slon to do aome ?r T,Th8 Uttta, ta hey U"in B,Dl ,h,t " word flt ,Pken pIcTum 1'ke apples of goll ? IiE "V Country produce taken In exchange for good, at market price. Come to see u. and we promise to do you exactly right. Wedeliver all goods inor within a mileor so of ItOlVLAXD or Stanford. WATERS &: RANEY 0fl0Cal ,D'erett r "Ti?:."y.lte,?.B "fbic Importance left at our store will be a faroi by Sretaw," representative of the Interior Jocrxal, Loulstllle Uanods-bur- g Antral, etc. & wo announce Hating purchased the brand n.... W.rZ. h': lte' UcnZZZZ 1 ',.. .nS. 1 CcurUr-Jwrna- l, Watw RAHKT - H. C. 1 MERCHANT TA1XOB. hare received and still receiving RUPLEY, NEW GOODS FOR FALL &WINTER Comprising the best In tho market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Make Socond to Kono in City or Country. Give Me a Trial. Lex-Irgt- Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS in M'ROBERTS, DRUGGISTS AND & STAGG, PHARMACEUTISTS. It Opera House Blook, Drags, Chemicals, Stanford, Ky., M nslcal Wall Paper, Wines. lilQHer Books, InMrnemeats, Palate, ejigars, oianeaery, focket Haass, Oils, robaccos. Cullerv. Perfnmery, LanfM, Fire Arms, Machla t., Thos. lHchardB, who will Repair Our Jcnclrr, Silverware and Optical mmmm &on stylo. natcbos and Clocks promptly and la the beat Hoods Department Ib In Charge of Csl. Wall Paper, IfNUAX, It Furniture, U J rVisffiyrPj vl VL VTfi Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. 5 r fel t B. HI. WEAKEN, Stanford. t v FOR OOUQH8 AND Ono.Js U under His treatmont. Ho can nlgnt, for It was tho moans of savin; him put yours-dImmediately on your trouble from a tarribU fate. I often think about put Ills linger or lu His that boy that was running to tho dopot to tho very Instant you put your caseHo ssos hands. Tho fact of tho business Is, catch a truln, and when he got ou the platwhother Sabbath breaking, profanity, form the train had gone, ami a man stand- where It is now, and, as tho old saying ia, oure He's results from that truo contentment which drunkonnoss, or auy thing else; I don't oaro ing there snld, 'Bub, 111 toll you what's tho you.1 Just aching to get boll of you aid run or matter; you manifestation! are on tha TEE SAMS AND SATAN. what your tho BAtno old diseaso wo barosur- you'd a caught did'ut train.' fast enough, did,1 "Brothers, brethren of the ministry, Indicates perfect health ot body and mind. 'Oh, yes I tbat all It is face, You may possess it, If you will purify and said tho boy. 'I ran fast onough, but tbo brethren of tho cburohes the Lord Jesui got sin I in CinChrist I "It don't broak out on so muclil When trouble ii, I didn't start soon enough. butran cinnati,wants an army of good nurses remedy luvlgorAlo your blood vlth Aycrs Sam-parillAND SMALL WORK OF MESSRS. JONES who will administer the after I Senator Hill, of Georgia, bad a fractured with all my mightenough. I' did start, 11. M. Howard, Newport, h Il.( dust at the right time, and give it Just like IN CINCINNATI. tooth and it lacerstod the sldo of his tongue didn't start soon you, brethren, "Let mo tell It He said to give it I like homooopathy in writes : " I suffered for years with Scrofthey made light of it and said It didn't and put iu your bast physical practice, but I toll you that won't ulous lmniors. After using two bottles of amount to much, but tbo next thing I hoard you will start Multlteules Flock to Ufr Them, and of Senator Hill he was in Philadelphia un- lick until you die you'll barely mako it to do in rellclous practice It won'tgreat many Aycr's Ssrstiparllln, I "Look here, I am afraid n tho next world. You old, gray beaded sinTliouanuile Turned Away Unnblo to Get der tbo surgeon's knifo, and they took out ner talking about in this world are going to wind up or tiext woek, of his tongue, and the next about Ike a doctor I beard of ouco. A follow Standing Itonm Semione from tho Heart I heard ho was recovering rapidly; but tho you might drop dead In your p.w ani said, 'Doctor, ray wife is news that roiiowoJ was ttiat no was again There is a bettor way, brethren, and Tot's camo to himwant you Ttiat are Struck from the Shoulder. to treat bor, and I will sick, and I tart on it under the surgeon's knife at Philadelphia, great relief. It has entirely restored mo to You give you five dollars, kill or cure.' The "Will you take a stand and thoy cut out all the glands on one side his all right, and health." James French, Atchison, ICauj., of his neck, and tbon young Ben Hill said: have thought it over. Lit's tnko It up to-I doctor said course of time be treatod and wife, aho died, thsn and in tho Doctor, is there any chance for my father V night and sottla It for timo and eternity. writes: "To oil persons suffering from wo want to toll you this: Whon I took the the doctor presented bis bill 'Look hero,' aml tho surgeon replied, Yes, sir; if owo you anyLiver Complaint, I would strongly recom'I bavo extracted all thU virus ot caucsr from stand I'm talkiug about I nover bad much said tho widower,you don'tsays do.' 'Why, tbedootor; mend Aycr's Sartaparllla. I was afflicted his system now your father will get well, troublo since thoo. Thoy said I'd soon go thing.' 'you said you would give me uve uouars. back, and that I couldn't hold out, but I but if tho least particle of this virus of canwith n dlicase of Iho liver for nearly two kill cer bos strayed out into soma otbsr gland in stuck it all through. I am a llvintr demon-ot you or cure.' 'Well.' he says, 'Doctor, did years, whon a friend advised mo to tako 'No,' savs tbo doctor. euro hor J' stration ot tho stickablllty ot the gospel his srstom he will die.' Tbo next I hoard nVoll, did you kill berf 'Well. no. ' XlSTn this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and Josus Christ. of Senator Hill ho was at oue of the cele"Ono fellow by accident got training, and "Brethren, lot's make a start before you (tihffft ft.m a lr, f Ut not atiae, ! tin, IM brated mineral springs in the west. has cured me." Mrs. II. 31. Kidder, 41 ,!'"11 I'ttDit ta ut SnUwa Sit'ta, I ' ot has by concurrent M "I wont to tbo depot in my town one day, go homo. Brethren lot's decide tho question gotato boa right actionsort accldonts lie but Dwlght st., Boston, Mass., writes : " For tm ittntLtlai ttrMltital rrtttlfl. Iktl laoMeag of a fellow; nice t'-i tal iilaiaand while I stood there the passenger train ono way or tho othor. It's this 'tc . i s rit itr.v i.tutrntralatwutti, larrttp ttlthe other just turned blmsolf loose in bad sovcral years I havo used Aycr's Sana-parllsoul. Brethren, decide I siht ftlM m.mbrttt that damns the rolled down, trembling under IU i? Mick WMn wiMiri "lib lit a.tllat aittl-associations, nud he it a drutiknrd, nnd a ono way or tho other." In my family. I never feel safe, and looking down toward the car I thought ll B.llt, f ttl i. rrl ,.itla taeaitllrta plitt f l gambler, and bo is licentious, and bo is all oven Ti rmt"ta Kivitr ee Swtit Qcw r I saw through tho window what ssemedto - catil taeta nm! f.r Ceattt. Crtt i. "Coma to U All Ye, V.tc" that is bad nnd meau nud wickod. That of Senator Hill's face. I bo tho outlines f i i ilh t1 .ailipUat 111 M rtltlttl', ta) Last night saw au enthusiastic and novel other man ne has nouo of those things, and f.fll. rrl i)i.i,iMMlillh At ttmf IrttrlilAtlanta, Oa. walked up to the car and be pushed bis thin , WAtTKBA TAYtOR. wasted band out tho window to mo and I scene when Dr. T. M. Hopkins, of tho Third yet tho fires of sin aro burning in tils soul " t f U'TiM just as they do outwardly iu tho other man. ItrrKLERXaST COKDUI. t shook it nnd spoko to him, and as I spoke I Presbyterian church, resolved blmsolf into ni.-- . pjMawr; tat CkiUrta Tttialtf. ftritltbw "Tbo difference betwoau n moral sinner and thought to mysjlf, Is this all that's left of a cominltte of ono ot invitation to request 'tutt. . Rev. Mr. Jones to remain a week longer an immoral sinner is the difference between without It. As a liver mcdtclno nnd the grandest man that Georgia ovorpro-duced- f tho Btanford. bother tale j Dr. 11. h. IIOUT-Kcontest typhoid fovor ami tbo smallpox, aud either A few days after that I picked up and continue the "baud-to-baugeneral purlflcr of tho blood, it has no tho Atlanta Constitution and it stated that with tho imps of darkness aud sin," as Dr. one will kill you it you lot thorn alono. Imequal." Mrs. A. H. Allen, Wlntcrpock, tho grandest procession that ever left tho Joyco pithily put it, and placed the motion moral sin is like the smallpox, aud it breaks oitv was tho one that followed the remains before the vast congregation and allowed It out all over him; moral sin is like the Vn., wrlics: 4,My youngest child, two to votA ou it. Wbeu the question was put to typhoid fovor, burning inside and killing ot tho lata Senator Hill to tha cemetery. years of age, was taken with Ilowcl ComHTAhTORD. KY just tbo same. One Is internal and tho other plaint, which wo could uot cure. Wo tried "A fellow says. 'I'm going to quit drink- the reverend gentleman, with an unmistakabe1 going straight to ble emphasis, tbo great congregation ot external. SAM P. J0.M3. ing,' and he thinks "Oh, Brother, when a man conies to many remedies, but ho continued to grow LisUn men, women and children unanimously secW. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Cimcixn'ati, Feb. 8. ttev. Sam Jcnes is a heaven because he's quit drinking onded tho motion by simultaneously rising Christ and ssys, 'I am so tired; poar, worse, and finally became 10 reduced in What do phenomenally attractive man to Clncln-natian- to met to have you commence t, ithl You to their feet, and there was such a grand tit e.1,' Jesus just lays His hand on that thousand lashes for tha flesh that wo could only movo him upon Blieof BtageJOiM. Klsht comn!eta Mt ot Btao. and when tho thermometer wns am- ought you bavo amistreated your wife and and enthusiastic socond to the motion that it mau ani inv 'I give vou rest,' aud oh, what times erj. Heatlof rapatlty, Incluillns jallerj, OOfl. a pillow. It was suggested by 0110 of tho bitiously striving to reach zero and outdo children, and because, forsooth, you're going astonished the reveruud gentleman by its rest it Is. But He dosin't stop there. He Itnaaoaablo ratet to ood attratlioni. says, 'Now I have given you rest; now take doctors that Scrofula might bo tho causa Its efforts during tbo last blizzard, five to bo decent, nothing more, you think you spontaneity. When the applause subsided, Mr. Jones My yoke upon you and lean ou Me, aud you of the trouble. Wo procured a bottlo of ought thousand of tbetn left their couifortablo aro entitled to tho good world. You came forward smilingly, and when at last shall find rest' hearthstones and, muflll up, went to Music to bo docent all your life. Here's ons neigh"Wo say 'I am resting.' Do you know says: 'Mr. he could make himself heard, he spoke a', Hall iu tbo teeth of tho biting blast that bor comns over to ma and beyou there is a difTorence batwoen rest and resthere for follows: Jones, I havo boon living by blow from the frigid north. ing? A nnn sl'.i down thero nn I folds his "ItnETiiitE.v. I feel at least I am about a ten years, and bavo never killed any of Rev. Sam Jones proachod on a of bis forci- your childreu, and bava never burned your third party lu this movement. Five years arms and throws his head back, nnd ou ble, chsracteriitic and earnest sermons, as house, or crippled any of your stock, give ago I walked with my wife and two little say, 'Whtt are you doing?' I am restiug.' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL follons: mo f 1,0X1,' Well,' I'd say, I'vo been liv- boys very small boya at that time around And by and by he straightens hitnu'f up "BnETnnEX L?t us go prayerfully Into ing here by you for ten years, and I have the balcony yonder and lookod over this and takes bold of the work bjfore him. And tha LoulatllU this service We will taka fur our text tbo never burnt your house or crippled any ot vast stage, and as I led my wife and little What is bedoing now?' 'I am rested, and and commenced giving It to him. It surely waut to go at something.' There is a differonos around looking over your beautiful exexpression of David, perhaps tho strangest your children, give mo Jl.OOO.' That's foolCourier-Journ- al position, little did I thluk I would stand lu ence between resting and rest A resting we tind in all the psalms: 'I thought upon ish. worked wonders, for, In a short time, ho my way, and made haste and delayod not to "And here's a fellow thinks he's going to the presence of this vast congregation aud ninu wants to be perfectly still and quist. was completely cured." One rear for oalr S3 two ptprra for little) and a rested man wants to b up aud at keep ley commandments.' beavon and claims a place in eternity simply preach the Savior I loved so much. more tbao tbt prlreolone. Sold by all Druggists. " 'I thought upon my way.1 Oh, how because he's quit being a vagabond and-go- t "It was my Savior that prepared me for something. "You say. whit will I dol I was slttinc much time we bavn spent in this world so he'd treat his wife and children right this work, and the people are paying for it; l'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. thinking about this old world's ways. How What sort of a h'lmbu are you, anyway, to and, brethren, I'm but a third pnrty. Jcaii, down in mv room this afternoou reading Br psjlng ut 13 you will race It fer one year l, much time we have spent lu talking about start with? Wbit'd you think of a fellow my Savior, helps me to do it, and prepares Ham Hinans ssrmon mat us delivered iioru tb Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr .C Co., Lowell, your homo parr with Ihe repromnutlT ne wepaper of the rtjutb, drmocrat-Icen- J tho other ulht I was resdlui: out nsrt of tho ways of this old world! How many tbat'd go up to Governor Forakor and say, motor it; out you prepared uns comfortaMass., U.S. A. for a tariff for rerrnue only, and th beet, aloud to my wife, and I choked up and w minutes books nave been written ou the ways of men 'Governor. I Just dropped in for a f o ble hall we meet together to worship in. I it brightest and ablrat Urolly vookljr In th United I saw that poor I bad to stop for some tim nnd on the ways of tho world; but, brother, this morning. I killed a fellow in Cincin- thank von for this hearty expression. Hutre. Tboa wbo dealre ta etaiain etmplt I never saw a book w ritten ou my way. I nati last nlent in cold blood, but I tell you. don't fol I noed it, but I consider this au fellow, with bis uorvous system all wrecked ropy of th Courler-Jeurn- tl can do n at this oOcl and bis family in toars aud bis friends in never bavo seen men talk much about their governor, that Til never kill another. I honor paid inv Savior not ma. The thousown personal way. I wish I could got men havo quit killing them now I I'm going to ands in this hall, when ths thermometer Is despair, nuJ just un ler such agony tbj poor Tha governor almost at zero, is testimony onough that fellow wont up to his room, ani ho snld, to seo tbat you may go iu prout s and sin in bohavo myself hereafter i Lord, Lord, I will surrender right now and ecu oo is, ana commit iniquity in would say, 'Hold, sir. I am going to have Cnrist's gospel has free course, and shall run yet vre go a l i'ou arrested on tried and nung tortus and be glorided. forever.' llo aroso, aud tbo Lord had given with thousands of others; and stand before the judgment bar of ( od as i murder.' Don't come talking to me that "All glory to His name, nn I to nil that him rest JIiiujiliU, TtBH , Nev. II, 1181. wo were tho only man thar iv in Cin"Now look at him finding rest Every wiy. Done quit now I He's going to hang has been said and douo tonight, my simple I Kruiale ItrxuUter, and cinnati, or as if we w?re the o v man that y ju for what you'vo douo already, sir. respoDSiisI will do my Lot iu tho work, night when I say to him, 'Sam, ain't you find hare trlrd HrJOM't It fplta.tM, nl til you cUlm fur II. over lived in America, n if we nmi the "What are you go.ng to do about all tho but all glory nnd honor and pruisj to Him. tired f ho says, 'So; I declare it's astonishC)j IcuitYlttt NtwAtBtatS ChltAtOlir'&""' IlMiwtrutly, iUlTIK A. Uivb, only human belli:; tint er walked the devilment you'vo alroa Jy donoi You ought to Brother Hopkins said salvation is free, and ing. I don't gt tired, I don't I am Just as bo decent all the time, and now because of tho earth. I am glad that salvation is fre I read in happy when I nm at work as I can lw.r Oh, "Brother, fter all I ain't responsible for you've concluded to be decent you say, 'Let Pun Wttl.-S- . C, Not. IT, l.UI. newspaper a question uud anmer. The brother, there Iiti't a happier mau iu Amer Through Coachos and Pullman tho way Mi - world doss any further than bygones bo bygones.' Yes, you will! That question was whether there was an admis- ica in in no. I hare Hwd ene bottle of jmr i'twa ltrguUr Stooping Cnra. the fnc I c n say I have always set the fellow told tho governor 'Let bygones be by"I will toll you another thing. I want to and ran troewicfoJ It to the imbllc M Wring 4 sion charged to enter Muiic Hall, an 1 tlm world a good example and done n hat I could gones,' and the governor said, 'I will, sir, editor simply nuswered tbo question by headsee soui3 grant youug men of Cincinnati. fur the JIiMof woinrn. 1'roin to f e it to be good further thau that I assoon as I csn g'tyou arrostoJ and tried Ono good boy cvno up nn knolt here Inst ing it 'Salvation Is Free.' Veura truly, lUiiua Slime aii.'t responsible tor the ways of the world. and hung and the fact recorded.' Oh what T.OIIfNTlIIO to CillCtlKO, 'I think that ii as good an answer to a night; bis eyo m brignt as a diamond, and " 'I thought on my way.' Ons i .uo n.oji foolish stuir tbo devil puts iuto our heads, question us I have to in for some tiaio. bo has got power in them. God savo that Hulthlaad, Txa, Nar.lt. IS? I. striking incidents I ever hea us ill- - inci- and be persuades us if wo will proraisj to While you work mo you are giving mo my young man Boy, there is a great 'uture Clucitiuutl to Clik'HKo, I lure We taUxi; jiwr iYkiale Krgulator auil dent related of a brilliant y i is fiiljtr who quit this, tbat and tlu othor that we are all victuals and clothes and tint's as much as I boforeyoti If you will let the Lord take (.ml then went to right pram ated in Aruer am worth. God bless you, I'm In this work hoi 1 ot you Hrf will do great things for you. think It a grml midlclar. liar ri pchimwii lul ii IiiiIluuiipoIN (ii dilciiKO It with "I don't want you to resolve on n bettor as lotig m I can gut a square meal and Come, cosi1, coma. tujr uImm'i, wlio haw Euro e and graJu it i tuero in tho first college or be lonJ, i..l then ho studied and life, but I want you to r.'solve on the best clothes to keep mo warm, nnd, God willing, "Oneof the loading beer fellows in this town moitbappy ntulta. to live, and if you will do thit we'll have P.oty turned loose in this city. said toa nmtricuU tJ i .u mw and science, and camo life 'Weuwd to make I". 51. Kiunitr. Yiwratiuiy, back to this country carrying with him tbo you will live so you'll gaiu a better life hereWe want salvation on all sides, and. God beer out of hops, but Its got to bo In such Via Loilirilln- houors he bad won iu e7ery department of after on God's lanch. Whai'd you think of helping me. I will do what I can to bring it deman I now we make It out of corn.' They WMltrTlllt, Trxai, Ksr. II, IM. this: I have resolve J to bj a Union man. about I bava the honor on this occasion, Just grind up the orn nul let it sour uu til study. limine at! juf KituaW lUjuUlor wllh great Lt. Ixxilif Hie .. ; ta a id 7 tu p la "On tbo streets of New York tho day he There's a big war on, nnd they uro flghiiug and will do it, to go down to my room to- it's n goo I nrticle of slop, and then thoy botaud lw ib Mvlbfr't I'rimd with the Arf' ,1('','u'- J I' " I returned to met au old friend of his, with out ou the front, ani ut last I've resolved to night with the consciousness that I have tle it up and tbo ho,fs drink it ij tttsaii sad toil with-e- . silvery hair and towed form, end the good be n Union man. 1 say to tho enrolling beou eloctod by a large majority, aud I have "It's uttoiiUhint bow a ho will drink mmcI retull,! f tlili think emy IrwiU ftltmilil man saw the young fellow, and when be oQlcer, 'I'm a Union man, sir,' and the en- been elected without opposition for another slop! It is that! Tho only dltTerenoo Is, n Via CluciUBaU. I'maale lti; camo up said: 'George, I'm glad to seo you rolling oiilcer says, 'All right sir, Til put week of work in this city " ho;; wnnts liis: in a treugb, nnd Uou to wemH, otMelr: ttrdll-lil'- t ta CttMliiaatl ono wants it out of a bottlo later d1 ths Motlii r' 1'ilMtii. t? Sal m 4C l tho back. 1 have heard how gloriously you your uamo down hero.' l.rt. Mr. Jones was enthusiastically npplnulcd, " IulaDallt... :( ll IU t. I 11 5(1 it u " 'Ob, no,' I say; 'I don't menu that, I'va nnd when he could ugaiti uinku liitiisolt cr n keg I' 'ia-'- , brethren, tnke His yoko n have acquitted yourself in both wcrld, sir. Un. Jvsi THOvriOM. ltetpwllull;, ., S Arr. Cblrt.i.. I pml Mti m Goorge, I've len thinking about you. You just resolved in sentiment to bo a Union heard he picked up bis little bible, nnd steji-pin- upon ynu; ha submissive to Htm, nnd if you have your diplomas showing that you grad- man. Yes. bow much sentiment docs it Uniua, ia.. N. 10, loll. out to tho front of the platform, bavo to go cheerless and tireless nud hungry, tbally eirept DUbdajr. Itll) I Ho will tntin rare of you uated with the first honors from the literary take to wbtp a rebel, friend How much preached a follows: I bare Vn-- uting rarFi mate tttfoUtar fr ar nud the scientific and the law schools, but, lentimeut would it havo taken to have "A friend once presented n young girl "Brethren, I invito your prayerful attenl!iure jaurtltktt rtalt vl th whipped tho Southern army! If thero was tion this oveniug to the three last versei with n beautiful cstkut. It wns inlniil with time with tkWtliMll, ami Ua4lt la be Jut George, I'm anxious to know what what jou claim fur It woman'a -t nitl. you're going to do hereafter ' 'Well,' said anything in sentiment we bad enough of it of the eleventh chapter of tu gospel ponrls nud dlatnnuds mil precious stones. It MONON ill W. L. RctvM. George, 'I'm point: iiimi'iiat'ly into the down sou'b to whip yiu; but s " Kratiilt;, U U UUI. ik. l,l U U UUli lUDKItiUMS practlca of law. an J I stall practice the law won't load a gun an 1 tiro it, and sentiment " 'Come uuto Me all yo that lodior and aro it home, aitd as sho saw what a Imutlful (U N. A. A C. It'j) at It Ii the nulratt. Hi belt and become prolicient in my profession.' won't go to tho front and fight. I have re- heavy laden and I will give ye rest and mottdlrrvt line to Chica ;ii aud points it was she wild: 'Oh, how txinutifuL We are oruitatitlj netiti wca olaaUtf George, what then,' said ths old gentleman. solved in sentiment to bo a Union man. Id theitortbweet. 'Take My yoke upon you and loaru of Iiresent ndorn my parlor table ' She ut It Joseph Cook gave a fine picture here about Me; for I am meok nud loly in heart, nud on Ilia parlor taliln nnd it wns tin most at'After I've practiced law awhile,' said Tltketa rla th KiuU on ule tf Women, tlpal ticket o&lcet.Motion ratal, tntpi anat all prln- tit eur Trtte io Ihe George, 'I'm going to run for the lecislature, a mau that means business, and n man that yo shall Und rest uuto your souls. I lull lu tractive tUuiglu th j heuw. It was a thing i'or ' 'For My yoko is easy and My burden is ot Nnuty vid Joy, and she prifcvl it highly mailed tree. AJdrr and I'm going to represent my couuty in tho don't. He pictured two casos during tho formation, adlrttt WM. S. BALDWIN, O l A., ThUago. legislature two cr three sessions.' 'Well, revolutionary war; tbo American forces had light' for itt nud elegance. Ono day aho IUadi'IBLD llmi'l.Atoa Cv . Atlanta, Ua. A J O'lthll.LY, (i a A., Ijjuliflli. just been gbrlouly victorious iu battle and George, what then? asttod the old gentle"Christ is not only a divino Savior, but was showing it to a friend, and her thumb Tor Mte ly lilt. M. L. Rul'RNi:, Maufcml, Ky. man. 'Well, then,' wild George, 'I'm going there wore two men in n town; one f them Hrt is a divine philosoplnr. Dj vou recol- ie?l lentnlly toufhe.1 n secret sprln; In tho J rppressnt my conwas just perfectly overjoyed with the news lect that lu His life tbat frequutly Ho was casket and tho lid tlew open and she mr that into the state senate an stituents in the state senate for a year or from the front, but the other fellow was surrounded by sharp, shrewd, cultured llm rlcboit treasure was on tho iuslde. two ' 'What thEuf asktd the old gentleman very sorry and had dropped bis head. Tho Pharisees and Sadduoev ani lawyers? Do "Brother, relUiou is n Imutlful caskst; It tV: ono more. 'Thin I'm goiu to run for the first wa.s au American in sentiment and the yon recollect they frequently put to Him is filled with nil tho txtnutlos nn 1 chiracteris E United btaUs conre, uul I'm golnc to other was a Tory. Ouo was overjoyed and the most intricate and abstruse questions, tics of Christ It makes a man an adorn terva two or three consecutive terms there,' tho other's bead was bent in sorrow. I eo and do you uotlco how He never said, mont to tho whole cnimuultr, nud tluu Can tie Curt'sl. r.a:d tho couctlted young fellow. 'Well, up to him and say, 'Are you overjoyed with bold ou a few minutes while I eon-luwhen death coums nnd til's man tojclm this KciKik'Kj'h Itoulu J:iih( he says. 'Yes, sir, I am.' Geoige, what then,' repeated the old gentletho ictoryl' and history or until I consult nn oncyclopov secret spriug nud tint cut'iut sprm; ill Thcic U I'rhap uiiiliMaw w i nlebt man. 'Oh, then.' f aid Guorg. 'I'm going to I say 'I'm glad to hear that, for din, or until I consult others,' but you do open and he IiuiIimv-i- i with Go nud unguis Iiiilicrtlion, rl lint uptotU run for the United Suites senate, nnd my next door to you tbjro's a poor woman ootico, from the time He was twelve years forever. Let's havo that casket at our houso lime hat Wntrd Ibeaki ol - uivl rml-u- it voico shall be heard from Mains to Mexico whoso husband was killed in tho endla-hof age up, He met every qu.tlon iu tho Hash and keep it tture to udoru and beautify our ptmiil Wanhington, Philadolphift and phjile an. Tvo ihlr.ia i.f and frem the north to tho south, am I will gagement you'io so glad about, and hor of a momeut, nu.l Hespread light and knowlhome, unl when the hour of d ;itli comos Tharinp liAiolliiU u'll(i In l;i"iul Now York. or three terms iu tbo Unitod children ueed shoes, and sno Is out of uiaal edge ani wisdom before the people in an- let's touch that hidden spring nud seo tha tout srel.it. or appillr, limot spend r el btatos seuatJ.' 'Woll, Goorg., what tbouf' and meat and is hungry. Are you glad swer to thosj questions. Oa thou Divine Phi- bosutios nn 1 tho snlou lors ot lio.'iwn. God lutlofcK or wnlRRi In Ibv 'iiiiarh trcvlimal nan-o- f f he only lice ruutiing ln lu asked the old gentleman. TuuillluK S'ldilr. Ilaluliof, dull Th'ii,' said Bnougo to givo U.033 children a pair of ehoes losopher, thou canst bwch me, nud thou hast help every man to say, 'I want to r ttldili-i.d George, hwelliujj'iip, 'I'm going to recoivo and carry lrujil and meat und fuel up to never sut!ored mortal man to go away with ha tllAf." thrlieItr.L-nl- wltti a prtailun r laalrn !erl-M- - .. PULLMAN XMV NLKEI'LVU CAKS liTi.ru vrr'K o inlii. tha nomination for tin prei.d'at of the that poor wid Iw's IioiispT 'Oh, no,' he says; his question unanswered, no mutter bow ntof ne", allo lit i!niin" ttip kidDji,aud net United Stale-- , and I'll be president ot this 'I'm not that glad. I ain't glad onouzb to nbstruse. no matter bow profoun i, but lu iinfriiqufnlly islpltatlon if grea republic r.Uut tu term.' 'What give that wo.naii any mentor bread I uin't tbo twinkllnof an oyo th nnswer to tho If juu aic aiiUiiltii, "i'l. uny h( ilit liupteuia SOLID then George!' asked ta old gentleman, tbat glad.' I say, 'Are you glad enough to quewtJou amies flowing from His lips. KllM to retire get you a gi n an 1 go to the front ani faca per&UUiilIy. 'I hen I'm going "Brethren, whoc I rendtbaso words 'Conio Louisville. Cincinnati & Lexington, Kj and buy mo a nice pleasant spit out Jn tlw tho enemy! 'Oh, no,' siys ho. 'lb uin't unto me,' I am glad thoy are there jut as couutry. and I'll a Joru it v. Mi a tho splen- that Bort of gladucsj. I ain't jjlnl that way.' limy nre. I am called, it isn't 'Go von lor,' to Wasbiugton Oitj, dors ot luxury auti comfort to sound my old What docs such gladness amount to, any'Apply 'Send yonder,' CoDnIInj In the aamei defot with age in.' 'Wtot, then, George P asked tho way? I go to tha otherTory fellownnd say, or is 'Com unto ornn' tho over there,' but . u groat Savior of ai's:i old mail egaiu. 'Oh, then I'll be getting 'Are you sorry that the English forces worn it Pnst Trains for Now York. Puilcsopber muong men. 'Oh, I'm so men unl tbo Divine old and 1M have to die,' siid George. 'Well, defentod by Washington' Tbo Direct Itouto to Now wo soi brethren, you neU uot bj Koraaleliy Dr. M b llaU ue, sis iM. Ky.71-iOcoigef asked the old mau at sorry I'll die;' ho says as he droops his bead, nfraid to intrust your case into His hands. whattbuu, .Tbcbliuri;. Da.iTlIn, Norfolk and all Virginia IS WAHHANTKD to cure l'eu-- and lliwmmmaaii Arj ou orry onough to send over a huu-tir- e A great many men Bt this point will say 'I Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, la's:. The vcuag' mini turned pale und an,d North Carolliu. Puliilt. J nolUrs to pay tin bojuty ot a man to to tiemble, and be vi id, witn the tears Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fcer, For ticket and lurlbcr Inluriiuttoa, apply to my want. certify to Mrtiimiug dovvu bis face, 'My old reverend volunteer in tho EncIUU armvT 'OU. no.' admit you mlr.o is I a peculiar my noed,I but Fever), Liver Dengue (or "Brcnk-lione- " your nrarett ticket otflc ur niMnaiW w. Moncan toll caso.' 2K ! hir. you'vo got ra dowji to tbo eartli now ho says, 'I ain't tbat sorry. ' 'Are you wry I how roe, Dlr Frvlght and Paiaenjer Aent. !iln(ton Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from 1 huw can ! tint Ky. vjth your thenf I will reverse enough,' I ask, "to go through the lins to bo ought tomauup, ut savedi un such nthnt MaUrUI potaon. miu-go peis man jiluu of mv life. I give my heart to God the nf mKd ManilPK O. W. HMITI1, i I nit I i n. W. Kt'M.r.ll, I liko and IM ve und servo God vrhctuer tbo forces that detestsd the EnllsbT 'Obj culiar casjor nothingworld. it In history or lu ()in'l Maiajr, "Harpers, S. C, July 0, IS84. FoilcLatit 't'l I'lrf.'it i IcicUt.lvt'f-i- , on (Ut t.1 llrn'i I'av'r Air in tbo Ulchiaoni? VlrstiiU an i in tlilrl i H) I do nnythiug eNocru-t- .' There's some no,' hesayj, ?I ain't sorry that" rjay at alb's prophecy, the latter "Brethren, I bavo talked to old physicians "For eighteen months mf-cre- tl .Irt'fw land lih ooutor able uiir fufntu all sense in thut. I'ii ttli you ouotber thing. Brethren, yhat does that sort of sorrow' y aud they have told mo that their groat xviUi Chills and Fever, aid in fMMln trota Ali tNO IvrfHOt No. There are whele huuireJs and thousands cf amount to, auy way! in 1 Knoh Isnd n. prmtij n M.iwn' U bii(oM. All "What does that sort of Joy amount tol childreu, their thay say is with liifinti, ofsmall this city iliut you5g3cthem down peoi n such huving Chills every other day. ofthli land hailrn- l.it'If ip, th treatment aud urir I and anr one to tbo ground with the hat then.' L3t's When I saw a Union mau at homo and ho cases is the most dlllicult they meet In their within tu punl.i- utti .11 p i' y iiU'iik oa tus. you ami I tbluit a li(tle 'didn't go tho front ani didn't havo a dollar After trying various remedies Will sell low forrvih orii. on .tiy lluie, to ona' phvslclsn, 'Wall,' I good for the cous I bad "'I thought on my wav' You miy map that was too his sentiments. I saw a a con- practice. tho svstuin slid vounz child will re recommended to cure, used a U intunwt ut a n r 'Doctor, of a Union you out the most brilliant path; i you .may tempt for ,i a u. Slatr,nl,vu. readily to inodipiua than tho Cure, and bottlo of dyer's tbo Kt stait out in tho intellectual, the , scientific, man at home,' and when morecall oamo for six spond moreau old portion, and bow is it theu P. 8. I hare a uumlx-- r ,f be walked up system of your the philosophical or in tha logal or literary hundred thousand into fuive rtever since had a chill. Louisville & Nashville R. R, most dilticult casts to bo tho recruiting qtlico and ha set down his you find profession, in anything, but whore will it to 'The troublo EDWIN HARPER." name, and I know h meant business. No amoogcbildrsur Ho replied, tbd diagnosis, euJ? Where does your path the path ycu Fluu Sliortliorii IIiiIIh, rjlKPAItKD BY are iu where does it end' Ob, sentiment about that. It's little fellows in tbo treatment of childreu is J wi finding out what's the matter with tho roll (i and (Yearling! and wet ij'lnso brother, n wiso man not only wants to know that just resolve, you know, and are just in child. Most any doctor knows the remedy aujutiny llti-- t fi'iulia, ukI vn- atintt.! to lib THROUGH TRUNK LINJS Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Masa. whete bis path U, but ho wants to know going to try themselves a little. Dakuof PljiiTleW a ruprlnr aoluial! or I will "Tnnse are the very fellows I'm talking if ho knows what tho diseeso is. A grown where bis path ends. Where wid I bo when Sold by all Druggists. nchangn lor fat hoija Am ocra otkel. person can explain their symptom), TO TUB I get to tho end of this path! 'I thought on about. You're one of them. "You fellows you where their pains ore, and theyand tell A. M. P. can bo your .resolution What' my wny lam goiug siituwliire,. I am in that resolve. many ways in the diagnosis, but tho way, on the rosd. I am in a highway, amount to when you don't do anything elso. uelpsd in tho trouble is to tind out tho on a piitb. This path started somewhere You Just resojve and resolve, and that's all in children of their, disease. As soon as I can und it ends souu where now, where aro you there is to it Tm so glad we're having big naturethat I have tho ciso In band, and I -- WITH going) Wben'you got tothseud of tho path meetings at Music Hall.' Yes, but wbal's learn what to do ' your sorfcworth anywayT 'I'm so sorry know whiT" ill you be! Thai's the question. my home have I sent for "How often at Cincinnati is so wicked.' How sorry are Pullman Palace Sleepers. thought on my way." That profano the old family ph,ician; the coso is a seri-cu- s Btvearer out there he biKters' his lips with you? Aro you sorry enough to coma into Tha tnott popular Weakly newtpapr darotaj ons and as lon as I con seo an expresthe town bo is au unchaste aal profane tha ranks of God Aud ,hIp incntalct,nainTlna- - dlaooTtrlaa, In- profHulty; toicluc. f&oe of .tho doctor, ot doubt Ttntlonaandpalentasrarpuhllihad. KTerrnnm- IieniMTllIe man. Brothff, now you loo at your rela- from its wickedness? Oh, it ain't that kind sion unsettWJ ou the kind perturbed state of pot iiiHtiraiou wiin apienaia BDaraTioga. look, the the ion tions to things arouuJ you. What's the of sorrow, alu't it? .Qh brethren let's you- i mind imprinted ou bis fauu. about th child, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Prop? pnhllcatlon rnrnlihrs a inoat Talntblf ncjclopdia teNnakvllIe. the Joy a.ud ths sorrow and.I cl lalonuttlcp Kblch no rwraooauoaiijba wlthoat. causa of your profanity, of your Mcuiphla . I don't feel easy. I don't feel essy about Ths' popolaritr r Iho BciKMTino ABICAIt If expressions, of your want of that mean aorostning,who circulation netrlr tMiaala thai ten attends all these my child until tbo doctor t;oli mar 'l.havo This Old chastity, of our want of purity in your " "The" policeman" papra lit data a Woll - Known utbar tbat iu bt toi;tiilM. combined. all I'rlce. of all theotsj in baud bow; Ikuow too trouble;' ia Montgomery. rear. Dmrnunt Mold br laufftmgel ""You have discnnnerted yourself meotinga told me it was the best behaved and nawadMlar. then I kpowtbaUiiyipUrlQbn.lsnows MUNN CO., I'ublithera. NoZ36lllro4di.tr, N. Y. h(!o Heck, Still Maintains itn pure and upright and crowd hi ever saw. Yes, you do everything witkvrything what to 'do us soon as bo finds. yutrwbat.Uie holy.1 Ycu bave.sh.ut tue door of JwAven in the davil is willing for you to do, but you 'High ' b,1 Thirty; Mobile and TYcvr Orleans. c. N s you can't do, and trouble is. wsria-h- t ycur'fsce, and have flung the doors of. hell won't do one thing be sty yoar' AND you: This great "Let me say i ', widaepaa. Is that wise'! ,Ii tfeere'iraocgh that .is, stand uh for .God and, cane, over to Physician we slu this to so aweQtly.bqre oor (a Iti Proprietor it Determined that sal ''Hthi PataDl Offlea andpractise iTDar4 about hare u our side., That, fellow Hnat' always going to do tbalf How .much does Only ona change to polnti in iriit mora tuoions nunaroo inou-non- rt never 'does it. that son?. Too Great Phyiiclan now is Country yield you In a Tear, In a todo something your profuuity application! lor patenta lo the it Shall be deeond to no .that's the soncin the It is now or never! A man in Knoxvilla noar'T-an--t-d United faUtea and fnrtisosountriea. month In a week or In a day I lion-man;Hotoi in the State in its Fare, Trtita-illtk- l. JrouYand tars and book hat great Pnyuicia,timisdjjiguosod , of your friends would forsake you if you said bo would join church Anfirn!nrnl. and all otber Dtoara for uuyoc Appointments, or Attenunto was to quit, cussiugf now many aoitar he died within two waeis alter, but my called from Adam down to this day. He aKcnrloa' to iorentora tbeir rtgbta io tbt tion to Comfort of church case quit easing? rw,irn? w bins United States, Ctntdt., KogUnd. France, would, you lows it you was-t- o knows exactly what your trpubUu, tlennabr and other foreign countriaa, pre- their Gneitt. How! much . less would your.wlfe think ot was addressed to.bitu Dorsonollv. uud wuon no knows exactly where your troubleand I pared at abort notlpaandonreaaonauniarma. D, he was dying ho told his friend to tell mo chilI you, and how much less would your aa to ' Informationwltbout obtaining Datenta Seeklog homes on th llo or tlili road will tactlT you will cbxrg, dren think of you, if you was to quit your that ha was glad that I did address him that and I d)n't care who you aro If ipeclal lAtm. Patenta obtained Informatioa tent free, d from i cusslngt How much would you dograde wllltesonrereil to tbiaufh&lunnaVtX'arb noilood in tbeholeBltflo f c of ekarfft. flpeelal yourself if you were to chop out thlj nsalMf on AmeHcaa free. The idante,ofauch notice It rSaAgntiofth; Company lor rsln.roulci wl,paderatood by d) poraooi .who wtib to die. to Commercial Txauderi. The Bir will and HUiltysin from your lifof dc, or writ) ' nk Humphrey wta acquitted at oota of tbeir ntlenla.. The latest eatliuale of the damages of iw.jt piUi't with ta "'- -ciioleMt " 'I thought oa my way,' and as soon as C. P. ATMOBJ... Ii i'. A CO., Oflre Bcnorrmo ssdwva WWM fc'"netiC . . , Sy ut Morehfad for pbcotlng Craig TolHver. you find that profanity is a diioas3, nnd that Scmi-SHttHnStttm- lournal tt is but tho manifestation ot dtaaso, tbon you're going to sjek a cure for th souroo ot Tho leprosy lios deep within, four trouble.what your sin is on the surfaco, euro f Happiness S$!!5mMS&r a. t, one-thir- d Found t. ESSf j0'9i <JT-' i- dilly-dallyin- s. la , At Home HIOil-iR- d OPERA HOUSE aln-sic- s, Sarsaparilla ITER'S X Grand Combination Weekly 1 Uourlrr-Journa- Living Witnesses Testify. com-noi- 1 i a 1 ul pos-tth- fellow-merchan- t: Tunouan time table " nm, four-legge- d lf ' two-iegg- d g Vx- nouxi;, Il.ir "Dyspepsiii -- Astlnna tt- (if. 'Gen-tlonio- lt 1 . t, cr -- hi to a 1 Ague Oure r AVER'S Dyspeptic SJisxir lid. mu a hrl DR. HOLT'S A TRAIN Ui-g- ut 1 FH i ro-i'a- 1 '"A to-da- 1 di.U-oult- I .li-a-x- lo-i- tp-ui- Aue I .'i-- r'f L. & Nv- bt lt - m MYERS HOTEL. STAFFORD. KY. and Reputation, "I gjjjggggjg if ITS. SOUTH & WEST , to-w- lu U Hotel - for-yo- swtst ('nr OoDT-nsb- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS tanbliitti.ndd lland-booka.- DiHt - c)aoJtl "