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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886021601 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. emi - Ueett Vol. xiv. Stnu-SEttttM- tttefw NO. 99. CANDIDATES. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1886. GEO. O. BARNES. night they come and go. The 1st class carriages are a loss to the companies; the 2J barely pay expense', but the 3J yield a bounding revenue. The trains are of prodigious length, and nearly always jammed Ono marvels to see such a passenger trade, till the subduing thought comes that this peninsula holds a fifth of tbe people of the planet. "Empress of India" is anything but an 'empty title," though It be less (ban a quarter of a century old. Thank God, thoughtful men are scattered more and more thickly, over this broad "settlers" land, among theee Anglo-Israe- l civil and military who take in the tremendous nature of the trust, heaven committedthat they hold. I hope to have much to communicate, that will bs of general Interest to your readers, concerning this grand old seat of the Mogul dynsstv, 300 years agone. Vying with Delhi the older capital It is crowded with monuments that can be equaled nowhere else on earth for magnlfi. cence and romantic interest. But just because there Is so much to see this letter must be cut short, that has to be mailed In the hurry of constant going out and coming in. We are all so well that we seem never to have been tried sharply by sickness -- much less so lately. The dear LORD is so good HUSTQNIflLLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. n t i k All tho western world and most of his kin took the road for D.inville Monday. Hundrod andTwonty-Fiv- o Barrels. KENNEDY E. Praise the Lord. God is Love and NothPtibllalietl TxtetdaUH and Friday The Allen farm was sold privately to Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject U -ths action ot Made by W. M. Ball, one, two and three years ing Else." it old. Apply at once to Evans & Fsrrl. of Boyls-1- 73 acres for the Democratic pirtr. JO PBUAlNNUMi OASU. $9,000 -- a fraction over $52 per acre. J. A, LITAE, Admr. Aoba, N. W. P. India, Jan. Gtb, 1880. t li understood M wa ciodlt that J J.50 w III bg ex. There Is a strong faction waiting for GEORGE S. CARPENTER peeled and diumndpt CONTINUED MIOM. LAST ISSUE. Sam Jones to weir out, In order that they Is a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to the acChrlitmai night, when the youngsters may inaugurate Capt. English as bis suc- tion of tb Democracy. were permitted to all op to moat unwonted W. P. WALTON. Between the 20th and the last ot this month, I cessor. It Is universally conceded that tbe will open a hinOiome line of ladles' and misses' J. 91. JOHNSON hour, it would have done your heart good Captain would make a stunning evangelist. cambric and linen undnrwear, tbe Tory best qualto teethe Major, In hia "knlckerbockera" Our vicinity is up in arniB against the Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln countr, sub ity, dlrtctlrora Nfw Yrrk. Please doof not forget Oirlt. that 1 will alio open a handsome lino Millinery to the action ol tbe Democracy. (a very frequent costume in England and April 1st. In the next Issue I shall state where absurd profanity of the Louisville Timet1 Ject f, Olrls are of few days and full of my room will lie. G feet 2 inches, India) trading oil itb hia insinuation that our model editor plays jailS KATE DVItltKRAIt. and whosoever It deceived tbertbj U a "wee WILLIS O. IMItNETT At tbe lassie" of about 3 feet nothing, in mumble peg on Sunday We have not yet not wise. Isa Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln "In Sir Iloger deCoverley," followed by a found a law under which we can bring an county, subject to prlmarr election of the DemoWhen the fair rotinj; jilrl cheweth her motley group of old and young including action unlws we can rest on tbe old Eng cratic party. gum with (greater hula and slanipeth her nearly our entire party lay and clerical, lish enactment: De ecandatum Magnatum, pretty foot do thou look out. W. T. SAUNDERS male and female to the mutlc of the piaMT. VERNON, KY. I).tye Allen, of Stanford, visited the low She conieth forth in the eveninx in no, and the unbounded joy of the children. Is a Candidate tar Jailer, subject to tbe action ot scenes of his blushing boyhood here on and abort sleeves, but In the uioriilnn neck the Democracy. n This old and Hotel Is still mainI think it was about tbe prettiest and 8undy. Mrs. Jennie Cizitt.of Parksvllle, taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. the llcth in bed while her mother hustletb, child's party I have witis visiting old friends in and around Huston Special attention to the trarellng public, T. M. PENNINGTON When the sleigh belli tlnklotb she stand-et- nessed for a long time. I should certainly .7. P. XEWCOJTt, Pro'r, villa. Joe Page has laid up with pneu Is a for a beau, at the window and vesrneth Candidate for'County Clerk ol Lincoln, tubjit. Vernon, Ky. have caught tbe general infection, and monia since his return from Texas. Mrs, ed to the action of the Democracy. and when be cometh she fillelh up his lolned the ruerrr throng myself, but that I Fishback and daughters, of Danville, are He wrappeth the bufhlo robe was a little tired with preaching and a lit puree. J. B. PAXTON still here visiting friends. The young men about her and huujeth her much and stay- - tle too olrongly ensconced In my arm chair, gave a hop on Friday night in honor of Is a cand'date tor County Attorney, subject to the and the livery BEPBESESTISO ethout beyond hit time, beside the fire. So I pleaded weariness Missrs Jean Buchanan and Annie Logan, primary election to occur tbe first Saturday In addeth four rooJ dollars to hit bill. tnn and enjoyed it, retting by. And I am ture & who left for Crab Orchard Balurday. MesIn the eTeninK he hleth himself away to Ibe dear LORD looked down upon thehap-p- y Manufacturers of the Celebrated srs. Wilhlte, Hardin and Carson, of Stanmansion, lie Koelh in and JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD her father's party, and was not dip!eaed with tho ford, paid our village a visit Sunday. eltleth by the fir, and ero the leaTeth he innocent merriment of the festive eeaaon. la a Candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, EAGLE popelh the qufiilcn and she jumpeth at the "And when he drew near he heard music (Sent for last Issue but arrived too late.) subject to tbe action of the Democracy. so good. 32 North Third street. - - PHILADELPHIA White, Fancy and Flannel Shirts. Oreralls and chance, The'Troupa'' tend loving greetings to Oa Wedneeday we witneeeed the burand dancing." Of course ooe can't see Underwent, New York office. (31 Broadway. JUDGE T. W. VARNON cock crewetb he taketh hia deWhen the where the goepel dancing cornea in if they all the dear ones who read these linea. ial of Miss Rachael Carpenter, who died In a Candidate for Is to tbs office of Counparture, and, when be remumbereth the "stand a great way off," nor if they "draw Ever In Jesus, Geo. O. Baiises. Cincinnati Tuesday morning, aged about ty Judge, subject to tbe action of the Democracy. smallae o( hit Hilary, he kicketh him neat" to cavil and criticize. This will ofPIANOS AND ORGANS. twenty years. She had been long a suffer 7he PresitentsJoko. self and compareth himtelf to an ass; yea, fend aome, I know, who are just in that po JA9IES W. ALCORN I happened to be in tbe President's office er, and wis for several years prior to her Messrs. S. K. A L.J. Cook are Agents for the Through Mail. ton sition, perched upon the frigid summit of the other day when Senators Camden and acam unaer meuicai treatment tor a com Is a Cadldate for Circuit Judge In the this Dis- John Church A Co. Pianos anl Organs, which embrace tbe following most excellint Instruments; trict, ruitlect to tbe action of ths Democracy. An editor died and slowly wended this aome puritanlacl or pharisaical iceburg ot Kenna came in. A dozen gentlemen were plication of cancer and consumption. But Knabe & Co , Hazelton Bros., Decker A. Boa and Ererett Piano. Abo, Clough & Warren and the way down to where he auppoiel a warm re theology. But I can only say I hope I already present, but Senatorial dignity re. medical skill aud zealous effort and kindly John Church A Co. Orgafli. These Instruments R. C. WARREN are most excellent in tone, of great durability and ceptlon awaited him, says a wicked ex- may never havo a lei innocent ecioynient ceived due and Instant recognition. When sympathy and anxious solicitude, all failed we defy competition. Allot then, are warranted to tbe office of Comdeyll awaited him and aaid: of a "Merry Christmas" than our delight- the two Senators of a State approach the to rescue the bright, young life from the Is a Candidate lor ror five y tars. References: change. The A. R. Penny, Mrs. monwealth's Attorney ot the 8th Judicial J)ls E. M. Carbcnter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and "For many yeart thou hast borne the ful one at Fultebgtirh. It was quite an President together they generally mean relentless destroyei. A large and solemn trlct, subject to tbe actloa ot the Democracy. James Braxley, Stanforj; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab Orchard; Gen. J. Landram and Miss Lis-ti- e blame of the bad spelling that the printer ideal one that I bad long been looking for. business. And so did the West Virginia assembly stood around the grave where, af Uuflman,LancaiUr, Ky. thy paper. Tbe paper Our meeting was a mot bleared one to the statesmen. Alter a few casual remarks a brief and touching service by Rev. Mr. O. H. WADDLE hat gotten off in hat Rone out for $1 50, alas! the $1 60 n close. Nearly every .oldier of the Diirham they invited tbe President lo shape his af Coleman, she was laid to rest. is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of LEE F HUFFMAN, The marriage of Mr. J. O. Weather- - the 8th Judicial Dlr'rlct, subject to theacllonlof failed to come In. Tbe printer haa of Light Infantry detachment attended It, and fairs that in the spring be might spend a ZJ3IVTIe3X, Friday night they week with them, fishing in the matchless ford and Miss Metelle Logan came off at uu vcusUVIItV fKII. ten btdtriled the for vages tjttarday whan we left the italioa STANFOED, KY. hails! not a darned far marched up to the railway in a body, and bs shoals of their mountain streams. The the Presbyterian church Tuesday, at 7 night when thou JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Office South side Main Street, two doors abovi ths Myers Hotel: thine to thy name Men hte taken thy as the train moved off gave us three ring- Invitation wes followed with glowing de o clock pm The evening was pleasant, a Candidate for Circuit Judge of tbe Stb Dis- Pure Nitrous Oxide Qss administered when reis paper without paying for it and curved tbee ing cheers -- with a "hip, hip, hip, hooray" scriptions of the scenery through which the house well warmed and the attendance trict, subject to tbe Primary election ot ths Demquired. Kind those clear waters dash, and with inspiring large and highly resectable. The bridal ocratic party to bo held tbe 1st Saturday In March, as only British soldiers can. for not getting up a belter one. Thou bait l&SC. party advanced up the aisles to delightful been called a dead btal by freight conduc-tor- i friends crowded the platform to see ua off. tales of the sport they afforded. Both Sena0LUBBING EATES. and a dead be l by th pwmerger con and we felt how much the dear LOUD had tors told good fish stories, which evidcutly music by Miss Dollie Williams, ushered by W. L. DAWSON To those desiring additional reading matter wo He thanked J. B. Cook, Will Reid, June Hocker and J. Is a candidate for Jailer ot ductora when thou hint shown thy arnual bleared our "gospel" aa we looked into their Interested the President. Lincoln County, subwill club tho All theo thing loved faces, eo saddened b our departure. them heartily and said be would be delight Shack Huffman, and supported by C. B. ject tothe action of the Democratic party. pva to tbeir envious thou bait borne In !letct. Thou canst Y Returning nouthward to Ciwnpore by ed to remove a few West Virginia baas Reid and Miss S. Mc. Logan and George IXTEHI0R JOURNAL SAM. M. OWENS not come here. And he fired him, and a. the "narrow gnagv" we struck once moro from their present offices. 8ald he: "Your Ryan and Miss Sophie Fishback, and beIs a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, As follows: he dtd o the devil murmured to himeetf; into the "Ktat India Kitlwny," at that city, fish stories remind me ot one I once heard. neath the verdant arches assumed the sol ject ts the actloa of tbe Democratic party. sub- With the Weekly l. 83 CO emn vows of wedlock. With a large num la hit home, and besides, if we had an! sped due North to. this place about A fellow related to a chance equaintance "Heaven " " Kew York World 2 50 ' New York Sun " .. 3 CO ' him once In here, be would be dunning de D. R. CARPENTER, Saturday afternoon about 3 a wonderful fish story and as he concluded ber of Invited guests they then proceeded 100 mile " 3 CO Harper's Magazine " linquent subscriber and thereby creating-discor- o'clock I caught the first sight of the peer asked: "Now doesn't that surprise you?" to the Weatherford House where a plenti- Is a Candidate for as County' Attorney, " " 3 20 Harper's Weekly y subject to tbe action of the Democratic party. ful and excellent repast was spread, kingdom." In my kit Taj, through the carriage window, and "No," was the cool response, "I am a pretty ' " 3 00 Southern Blrouac admired and appreciatively hon" a shout of "There it it! There it it!" big liar myself." Both Senators laughed " 2 SO Home and Farm Key. Dr. 8., who la a prominent The N. W. HUG RES ored. The whole affair was brilliant; the In (act, no matter what publication you desire, to that tide of the car heartily at this sally of executive humor. in acitT not far from Nw York, had brough the "troupe" we can furnish it with our paper and sare you Washington Letter Atlanta Constitution beauty ol the bride, the manly bearing of Is a Candidate for superintendent Public gcools quick." tbe trouble and expense of remitting for It, betn spending a few day -- not in thia on the "double from SO cents to $1 50. the handsome bridegroom, tbe elegant of Lincoln county. And there It was, indeed several miles Old subscribers, who bare already paid, can weather on an island on the Maine coatt, Away With the BoYCorr. The Boy and tasteful adornlngsof tbe young people, avail thcmselrrs of this ottr Ly ptytiig tuu differaway, but with its exquisite proportions n cerlain morn-Inand intending to depirt on ence between 82 and tbe amounts named. REV. cott Is a dangerous weapon and is like every the glittering nnd useful offiriugs of kindly A. UOGLE again t the clear evening skj; sit W. P. WALTON, Pro'r, Stanford. he e'arted fr the boit in copry with llm"fl organized effort to make others conform to friends, all conspired to make it a scene Is a Candidate tor Superintendent Public Schools ting in quonly grandeur, upon the banks a friend. A potter followed with tbe dec oi'a your own mode of thinking, apt to do more worth remembering. Among the strangers orLlncoln, subject to tbe action of the Democracy. as beautiful and grand aa Yalice. Arriving at the wharf, they found of the Lumna; barm than good. It arises from the efforts present were noticed Col. Will Carpenter, who How natural it looked to me, that to take advantage of the wind or tide ever of organized labor to compel capital to ac- ot Texas, Alex. Trlbble and wife, Frank W. D. WITHERS seen it just 30 years before, and more boat had gone before the advertised had tbe cede o ita demands. We have no question Shipman and wife nnd Messrs, Rossell and Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather lovely than ther; for, like Niagara it growa time. Not aware of the clerical character tbatevery laborer haa a right to quit work Surber, of Junction City, Mrs. FiBhback oftbe Democracy. Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green upon you the oltener you see it The chilof the company, the parler swore several whenever it suits him, and he haa a right and daughters, of Danyille, Miss Jean Lumber in the Bough, inoluding charmed with their first distant dren were chocking oaths In quick succession. D. SWOPE to combine with aa many others as he can Buchanan, of Crab Laths and Shingles. and Miss Anyiewol it. "What do you think of that, doctor?" In withdrawing their patronage from any nie Logan, of Knoxville, Tenn. Is a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject Zii'or the convenience of our customers In Sua-lor- d The railway crosses tbe river just oppo toftbe action of the Democracy. naked hia friend. and vicinity we have arranged with Geo, concern. But when it goes beyond this, . IVearen to keep on his yards an assortment Bucklen's Arnica Salve. alowly and im- - site the old Agra fort built by the Mogul and, as at Troy, New York, where the en"Wall "said the doctor of our Lumber, where they can gt It aa cheap aa The best Salre in the world tor Cuts. Bruises emperors out of enduring red sandstone, GEORGE R. COOPER from us direct. He will also make estimates for s of prwmely, "there are times when the gineers refused to haul seven any bills not on bands, which we will fill on short Sore, Salt Uheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped rs a and of prodigious height. Standing with " of a layman are indi'pecmble shipped by a boycotted house, it is Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all 8kln Eruptions, to candldste for Couuty Clerk of Lincoln, subject notice. JlJBliVIX K DA YlH. stoves the actloa of the L emocratlc party. Lily, Ky. Its frowning battlements on the high river Baton Hcconl. time to call a halt. There should be a se- and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, I, bank; perfectly preserved; nobly propor la guaranteed to glre perfect satisfaction, or money vere nenaltv against any one making such We were JA9IES P. BAILEY A Mammoth Lemon Tiike. tloned; of most Impregnable apparent boycott as this, and it should be enforced refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For salo by see a grand old lempermitted recently to Tenny A McAHster. Is a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to tbe ac- atreegth (tho not much againt modern or by summary proceedings. Labor has its ,.uu vi iuq ueiuucrAiic party. on tree in the back yard at the residence of dinance) Its tout enxnbU from the railway An Old Citizen Speaks rights but eo has capital, and above all Charles Dmney. It U about twenty feet in bridge is very imprcsivu indeed. The Sir. J. M. Norrls, an oil cltlztn of Home, Oa. W MISSISSIPPI people whose interests demand T. D.NEWLAND height aud largo in proportion, and loaded Jumna bridge, by which our train croed, have the says that bo had been badly troubled with Kidshall flow in smooth chan ney Complaint for a great many years and with Is a candidate lor SberlS of Lincoln county, sub- commerce with fruit In all stages of growth, from the la a superb structure, with every modern that Sterling Sentinel. nels.-Eczema for threo years; at times could scarcely Ject to the actlouof the democracy. Tbe direct through line acd old established route blo'som to tho riper eJ lemon. Orer five Improvement in iron tresseling, uted In Ita from walk, and bad tried many remedies without benhundred lemoni had been taken from tbe construction. "Didn't vou sell any peanutt?" Inquired efit, before ho began taklDg Electric Hitters and & Cincinnati to St. Louis Louisville Everything tl at oto meets now, tells the the experienced train boy of tho new :e- - anointing bis bands with Bucklen's Arulca Salve, tree within the week, Jwlthout making n THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y and all points in tho West. ImpreH-Io- n This treatment afforded him great relief and ho nn the whole. It is story that good J. B Kphrniiu has come to crult. noticeable Two (21 Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louts. strongly recommends Electric Bitters to all who "No," was tho reply. eitlmx'.e 1 tlul there ar .tlllj thousands on thia land to stay. The whole country is h Threo (3) Dally Trulus from Cincinnati sutler with Kidney Complaints ior need a Blood to St. Louis. "Go through the cardan' give each pas Puilttcr. Sold by Penny A McAHster. It low ripening, beddes otliw it" all eta network of railways already, of the costligrowth. The tree blossoms M the est and most eub'tantlul character 'he rcngera peanut." Only lOUuurs from Liutsvllle and Ciaclnnatl got of to t. Louis. Most Excellent. The now rcciult did so. year round and furnishes an almost con- bridges spanning thee dangerous nnd Atklut, Chief of Police, Kuoxvllla, Tcnn., J.J. "Now, try 'tu agilu," said the traiti boy Tho Only Lino by whioh you can tinuous supply of rii lemons, The fruit, treacherous rivers being marvels r.l enginwrites; "My f.imlly andlaro beneficiaries of your got a Through Slooping Car in larue, thin akioned and of fine flavor. eering skill and the appliances for hold- ofexperietcj. medicine, Dr. King's Now Discovmost excellent Preiently tho new recruit came aftir ery for Consumption; baring found It to bo all sub(CaI.) Appeal. From Clncloatl to St. Louis. Mijarllle ing this fifth of the humin race into that you claim for It, desire to testify tD Its Tlrjection are is complete as a far sighted more peanuts. J?r JYX. Is tho only line running rnUn A man who had never ecen the lcnide cf Oil IVT through from Louisville X XX tJ keep your eyes open in tue. My friends to whom I hare recommended It "You want For myself policy aud Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being "a law court until he was teccntly Intro-- " for the can make them. will with B.J. I long this huelncsf, toyoung feller," admonlehed ptalse It at every opportunity." Dr. King's New inado up of a combination of small roads. time when J. B. Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure duced aa a witness in a case pending in one That U the scripture pro- the expert, retilliug the basket. "Any Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evThe Ohio A Mississippi Hallway runs Palatial -on being sworn took the planet. . of the Sootttsh court, Sleeping Cars ou night trains; Luxuriant Pargramme, that l feel sure will be carried out body'lleata peanut what wont cost him ery affection of tho Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trilor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coacha position with hit bck to the iury, and gits the flivor al Bottles Fro at Penny A McAllster's Drug Store. es on all trains. in the near future, now Praise tho Lord. Dolhin', and when he once BTANlronD.,KY. began tillirg tUatory to the jtdke The Largi size. 31. Direct and close connections are made In UNION Whatever the reqectivn faults of John he's gone. You'vo got to study human naDEPOTd with diverging lines by tho O. A M. judge in h blaud and courteous manrer Positive Cure for Piles. Hallway, thus avoiding troblesome transWALTON, Bull and Brother Jonathan, they alono are ture." -- NVYSun "Address yourself to the jurr, lr." fers by other routes. v awtd: To the peopled this county we would say that fit to hi Id the world. They alone have a In reality no man can prosper who is not wo have been given tbe Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's la published every Tuesday and Friday at the TbeOblo A Mlvlsslppl Kali war Is tbe only line The man made a short pauee, but, no combetween Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts full go'pel, that will make themselves and concernod to pay his debts. First of all he Italian Pllo Ointment emphatically guaranteed low price of prehending what wai eald to him, forthunder one mauagemeut, running all ita trains throufb solid and Id conwquence Tho judge others better. To them alone are "commit- should be careful about getting into debt, to cure or money refunded Internal, External, TWO'DOLLARS with continued hit narrative. ts recognised First-ClaYEAR. PER ltotto beoracles of God," in trut, for a lost Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 60c a box. tween those Cities. more explicit and eald to ted tbe and If, unfortunately, he gets in he should For sale by Penny A McAHster, Druggists. was thon world, by one whoe "gifts and calling are Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for be careful to get out at the earliest possible him: "Speak to the jury, air -t- he mr n an- without change of mind." lull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars who Is careless about The or any desired Information, or write to moment. The man ting behind you on the benchis." Daughters, Wires and Mothers. IIOBT. H. FOKMAN, -- OP To have that fixed plan oi heaven car his debts can not be honest and he can not ILL CLiS.-Trav. Psas. Ag't O. A M. K'y. 8oirerset. Ky. witness at once turned round and making We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchtsl'a no time can be too soon, to one be provident. The same rule applies to W. fl.SHATTUC. W. MPEABODY. rled out, Female Remedy, t cure Female Diso awkward baw, aald, with great gravity Den. Pass. Airt, Pres. and Ueu'l Msn'gr, Noatly and Cheaply Exoouted. who loves the human race. I pray It may .nn. rltios. states and nations. The dis eases, such m Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Cincinnati, 0. "Good morning, gentlemen!" Displacement or bearing Ulceration, Falling and quickly be consummated, and feel that ev- honesty of tbe world Is pretty well measurdown felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o I Revenge is a momentary triumph, which ery "annexation" of heathen territory is an Louisby the magnitude of Its debts. ed LI fe,Leuchorrbaa, besides many weaknesses springis almost immediately succeeded by unmeasured blessing for the land arnexed ville Dimocrat. ing from tbe above, Uko Headache, Bloating, SpiforgWeneee, which is the no- though they may not know it. They little while Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, dog, Dr. nal Weakness, the Heart, Ac. For sale by DruIn a care of a bite from a rabid blest ol all revenges, entalla a perpetual think salvation haa come to them behind Palpitation ot WM the wounds be ggist. Prices ft and It SO per bottle. Send to Dr. TOR Roman pleasure. Iili well said by tbe "scarlet linea" of the British army, in Billings ricommends that From put an end to all the only possible way. And how little do cauterized with strong carbolic acid. It is J. B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. that he wished to effectlTe than For salo lv Penny A MoAllater. Druggists. his enemies by conTertlng them into the conquerers appreciate their own grand much leas painful and more The wonnds will THAT HACKING COUOU cu bs so qulckl work, They move like machines, impelled burning with a hot Iron. frlends.N. Y. Ledger. cured by Shllob'a Cure. Wo guarantee It. M. L, by a secret powet that they scarcely recog also beal In less time. 'Flirtation la alwaya founded in dishon- niis-evBourne. A largo, finely Illnstrated Pamphlet, en In a general way. It la wonThe Popular Science Keica asserts that the Mustang Liniment is older than, WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liv- descriptive of the Northwest. esty or liceutlouwea. The married man Statistics is constantly Increae-in1 most men, and used more and er Complaint: 8hlloh' Vltallzer is guaranteed to a fraud or a rake. I derful. The marvel of tbe railway system average length of life who Indulge in it compiled from official sources Sent Free India la the ever congested travel by and the time may come when persona cure you. For salo by M. L. Bourne. more every year. wouldn't give a three cent plec, although in ( "3d class" at a very low rate for fare, of tbe a hundred yeara old will excite no more BLEEPLE33 NIGHTS, made miserable by that on application to 0. H. W ABBEN, it were three times clipped, for the Tlrtue oatlves. They teem to have a perfect pas- curiosity than one eighty years old at the terrible cough, Hhlloh'a Cure Is the remedy for tllrt."-DaG. P. A, St. Paul, Minn. of a masculino or feminine you. For sale at M. L. Bourne's, 8t0t Day and present time. sion for railway journeying. $nimor$ournal WHISKY FOR SALE. " I. THELATEST! mis-chie- 78-J- m Post-Omc- e. NEWCOMB HOTEL h m J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. Jacob Miller Sou, SHIRT, rcrll.-Uloomlnz- of-te- 8TJIIOEON Rt. SEMI-WEEKL- Courier-Journa- d enthu-riuticill- dl-rl- es ? J. LUMBER! J. eer-yic- ea car-load- 23-C- O. &M, I Mt. rj J. on Interior Journal W. P. Pro'r. ss JOB 7COIa!.3E3L B JUST ISSUED. Letters em-per- Golden Latitudes. Man and Beast. g, m Wilt Talmacc U1 ' DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Casey county, DR. W. B. PENNY, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Dontlat, last Friday, we are Informed on authority Q. W. Leatheraasn is eo verv 111 Mr. U1W1LUJ STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mr. Bobbilt voted against the which we can not doubt, that Mr. O FT. with lung disease that hia death may occur OMce oa lancaitor street, next door to Ihti-u- o bill. Waddle need the following lancuaKf: "If JodkxaL office. Offlc. hours Irorn 8 to 13 A. at any time. Representative Anderson haa offered a u. and 1 to S i. u. Aneithtki dmlniiUrtd when Stanford, Ky., .February 1C, 1886 the democracy of this district takes its list-lyr- .) noceaeary. Tho Cora Van Tassel troupe arrived county to iseue nominees for both Judge and Common- bill to permit Garrard Sunday and will open at the Opera House f53s--"- sm wealth's Attorney from the blue-cm- s end bonds. ftfnaYAL tvxs W W. P. WALTON. The House has voted to repeal the to night (Monday.) Female of the district, it will not only invite but Air. V . j. ateri , ticket agent, now " Board of Equalisation law and the prosSTANFORD, KY detent defeat at the August election." haa his office open tor all the night trains pect is that tho Senate will do likewise. "TuEffjge ot Uiica," as Hon. Horatio Both the candidates for Judge are from tho ALEX. 8, PnEH. 0 the 615 bills inttoduced in the as well aa during the days. Seymour was known, Is the next of the old eocalled and our nominee for Miss Emma Weieegar handsomely more in the Sen hundred or The Becond Trim of the pretest smloa will atatcjmtn to pies away. Ilia death occnred that office is thereforo bound to come from House and a "The Young Ladles Social Club" Feb. Jut, 1SSS, Location plewwnlj dlielptlno ate, but 46 have been passed and received the residence of Mrs. Rwcoe Conkling, that quarter; and there are but two candiat Ind but flrint Imtruellon thorough. Pupil i Thursday night and on Friday night enthe Governor's signature, celled at anytime. Bend for circular. his ulster, Friday night, of a general glring dates for Attorney, Mr. Warren, of Lincoln, An act to repeal an act entitled, "An tertained a smaller circle of friends at proand Mr; Waddle, of Pulaski. In effect away of the system, consequent to hia act to amend tho charter of the Danville gressive euchre. age, for he had exceeded the al therefore Mr. Waddle Bays to his party Messrs. VanWinkle, Alcorn, Warren and Hustonville Turnplko Road Company" BUILDERS ATTENTION! lotted three score and ten by six yeara. He "If yon nominate Warren; if you see prop and Waddle, candidates for Circuit Court haa been presented by Mr. Bobbitt. TV are now prepared to furnlih all kinds ol lumentered nublic life in 1833 and alnco his er to endorse an officer who has moat faith ber In the rough and agents for planing- nillla, All the republican Senators voted Judge and Commonwealth'a Attorney aro figure, filling many fully and acceptably discharged his duties been a most conspicuous Keep conitantly on hand drtwd flooring, celling, a to be in town and will present their claims to against the bill causing doora, aaih. bllada, luouldlDg positions of houor and trust, including and who is beside a gentleman of the highAe ,at IowmI prlcet. the people beginning at 1 o'clock. whipped. They must all bo married men 89tl three term) as Governor of the great State est character nndattainments, if, in short, llUIOllT a'.MKTCAIjb'. Upon tho Invitation of Miss Ritchie to be deprived of a little of New York. The last of these wai dur you don't nomtntne me, you not only cill and don't want and Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, of CaldNewport Journal. log the war and during the time he com- be beaten, but you ought to be beaten," We sport like that. Mr. Dawson has presented an act well College, a nmnber of friend assembled missioned over 13,000 officers in tho volun- know no diflerenco in the quality or merit amending the law regarding punishment for in the parlor of that institution Friday teer eeryics. Although not a candidate of blue-crasand mountain democracy. Belling and disposing of mort- night and were highly entertained by "A and contrary to wishes he waa unanimously We know no reason, either of policy or fraudulently CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, gaged personal property by firing tho pen- Piano Forte Recital" arranged under the nominated for President on the 22i ballot principle, why such a line should be drawn supervision os the first lady named, who This selling at one to three years rowder new rarlee. A roaml of purity, by the National Democratic Convention, in a district, where, in point of fact, there alty for such haa charge of tho musical department of strength sod wboleMmenw. More economical In the penitentiary. York in 1S08 and over is but little bluo-gratthan the ordinary klndr, and ran not be told In STANFORD, KY. which met in New to boast of, and we The joint Judicial Committee of tie the College. Tho following young ladies competition with the multitude of low leal, ihort which ho presided as chairman. At the are therefore sorry as well as surprised at to the people of Blanford and participated: Missea Ritchie and Mamie welghtalura orpboiphate powdere. Bold only In Oflrri hit Senate has decided that the cast. Ticinity. l'OWOKR UO., election which followed he and his running this utterance, from a candidate who has I House and 111. U.IKIMO Will rJtreet, N. Y. guarantee Long aipMlftce and careful attention 103 atltlictlen. Dulldlnf material or under the Fogarty, Willie Montgomery, Mary Welsh, General Assembly haa no power cry dficrlpllonfurnltbed at low ratee. mate, Gen. Blair, received 2,703.600 votes certainly received fair and even generous Anna Crow and Kittle Yelser. to increase tho number of juagainst 3,013,183 cast for Grant and Colfax. consideration in this portion of the district constitution The Literary Societies of Centre Coldicial districts In the State, as proposed by Since then ha has refuted to take an aclive We trust he will take occasion to disavow repealing the acts creating sundry lege will celebrate Washington's birthday part in pDlltics, though his advice in party a threat which not only involves a grave the bill according to the following programme: statuary courts. matters hi been eagerly sought and obtain- reflection on the gallant democracy of the Pul-liaThe General Assembly is discussing Dienologian Society, orations by S. J. ed on many occasions. Full of years of mountain counties, but aflords direct aid Shelby City; G. A. Titterington, Dalthe propriety of increasing the number of honor he has gone the way of all fleih and and encouragement to the common politic Judicial districts in the State to 32, repeal- las, Texas; W. E. Bruce. Indianapolis. hia death snaps another link which binds al enemy. He Is a gentleman of character ing all acts providing for statuatory courts Committee, F. 8. McWilliams, H. M. Grant, the present to the past. Never in the his and talents, we gladly bear witness, and we except in JetTerson county. A democratic W. O. Whitthorne, Jr. Chamberlain Sotory of the country have deaths of so wish to be able to support him with perfect ? will probably be called to take ac- ciety, orations by K. W. Eastland, Ha r rods many of our preat men followed so rapidly cordiality at the, August election if he caucus burg; J. M. Rupley, Perryville; J. A. Brown, should be the choice of our party. Oar tion on this important measure. Grant. Gratz upon each other. The pleuropneumonia bill, amended Stout, Danville. Committee, S. D. Rouse, McClellan, Hendricks, Hancock and Bey reaaers win Dear tus witness trial our pa! so aa to divide the appropriation, allowing M. O. Gilpin, F. I). Van Winkle, W. Coch-ramour, all within a few months, and each per has taken no part between the various immediate sup be used for the having been elected or nominated for either candidates although we are sorry to see $3,000 to re-ceiv- 'd Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Rowland returned leaving $3,000 make that the Somerset and Monticello papers pression of the disease and tho presidency or the Saturday from a visit to Mrs. I. S. McEI-roin control of the Governor, passed the up a list of those lost to the country, which and every republican sheet in the district of Mt. Sterling. Mr. and Mra. E. P. House on a reconsideration 51 4o 35. It they honored with their lives and deeds, are cither openly advocating Mr. Waddle for concur- Faulconcr returned Saturday from Bowl now goes back to the Senate or assaulting Mr. Warren nor do we inthat is sad and startling to contemplate. ing Green, where they had been attending rence. the marriage of Mm. F.tulconer'a sister, a tend taking such part now. But let us The Louisville Board of Trade has A bill to provide a board of two Superprotest against tho have fair play, gentleman, and let the beet visors for each justice's district who ehall Mis Pearl Potter, to Dr. 8. W. Combs. tecond time entered its man win. Miis Mary Carrick, of Fayette county, is pasaage of a Nitional bankrupt law have the right to increase or lower the as visiting Miss Gatie Glvens, this vicinity. Aram a full discussion of the matter in sessor's valuation of property aa In their experience clearly demonstrates that Mr. R. A. Welsh, of Liwrencebmg, who the operation of euch a law tends to the a Cabinet meeting, Attorney General Gar judgment it should bo done, has been pre- has many friends in Danyille, was in town ! business affairs land decided to give up his Pan Electric sented In the House. The County Court destruction of confidence in Saturday. Mr. Chas. R. McDowell, deand because its enactment at this time is stock to any institution that will receive it, is to selectmen intimate with the value of per partment clerk at Washington, has resignunnecessary and would seriously disturb destroy it or return it to Dr. Rogers. He property and they are to receive 51-5ed and will enter the revenue service in country, has never been able to see where ho has day. the commercial affura of our Bardstown district. Mr. and Mra. W. G. awaken wide Bpread apprehension and die- - been wrong in the manner of hia acquiring Dunlap will thia wees: visit friends In Now the Btock; nor does he see y the ImproNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. tree?, and break down the general feeling of York and Washington City. confidence happily gaining ground that an priety of his holding it. He is perfectly Gov. Seymour's funeral will be from Circuit Court began this morning era of solid prosperity is now about dawn- honeatln the conviction that the public Trinity church, Utica, this afternoon. with Commonwealth's Attorney Warren ing. Resolutions embodying these ideas clamor on the subject has no satisfactory Harrv Pash haa been sentenced to and Judge Owsley at their poets. There are have been eent to our representatives in buiB, and if he were left to his own will in death at Bardstown for the murder of an- thirty new ordinary cases and 36 new equithe matter he would simply do nothing. Congress asking them to use their efforts ty cases, 107 old equity and 19 old ordinary Democratic officials should however avoid other negro. against the passage of the bill and every John R. Procter has returned from his cases. There are S3 Commonwealth cues, even the appearance or suspicion of evil honest man will join in the protest against visit to England in the Interest of im- among them three indictments for murder. None but swindlers and and we are glad to see that Mr. Garland is migration. its enactment. Judge Owsley charged the grand jury not totally blind to its demands. lawyers who will profit by it want a bank Young Breathitt, who was shot by which is composed of the following named rupt law. The sad news of the suicide of the beau Wilbnr Wilson at Hopkinsville, because gentlempn: Wm. Duke, foreman; A. G. Boles, who seems to have a tiful young bride of Rhey Boyd, the repro- he threw a snow ball at him, died Sunday. Ralney, A. W. Eastland, J. A. Slaughter, Senator The funeral of Gen. Hancock took R. I. Moore, G. H. Spears, J. T. Shelton, DrarienaitT for fizurinc in ecandals, has bate who cruelly deserted her in St. Louis, to investi far from home and friendB, is given in de- place Saturday, in a simple, unostentatious Jo. CofJey, W. P. Wade. J. B Harmon, F. asked and obtained a committee gate charges made against him in a couple tail in the daily newspapers. Boyd is the manner, in accord with the wishes of Mra. M. Carpenter, W. II. Broylo, C. B. Helm, J. C. Coz'lt, J. T. Wayne, E. B. Moore. of newapapirs, to the effect that he had degenerate son of the late Congressman Hancock. I Charles Herman, who murdered his The following ia the atandlng jury: Thcs. brought to the capital a negro woman with Linn Boyd anJ started on his downward whom he was living in open concabinage. course to the devil at an early age. It is wife and slept three nights beside her corpse E. Wood. 61m Slaughter. W.P.Ricc.J. B Tho Senator denies the charge vehemently indeed a pity that he could not have gone before it waa found out, was hung at Buffa Cblnn, W. II. Banford, Jo. Faulconer, II. A. Headly, Wm. Dunn, B. F. Sopcr, E. M and says if they are found to be true and on it alone without wrecking tho life of a lo, N. Y. Friday. Hon. Geo. C Bates, a charter member C!arkon, T. G. Cetton, Jno. Hussung, J. the Senate doea not expel him, he will quit trusting young woman, who, as strange as Testimonials from Bomo of our beat Lincoln his office as quickly as he can indict hia It may seem, loved him to madness. It is of the whig party and a prominent figure M. Tarkington, J. W. Rawlln, J. M. Bowcounty farmers in our poajossion. resignation. It will be recollected that he also a shame that he can not bo hung for in tho politics of the United States, died ling, C. M. Tucker, Jr., J. M. Crawford, J at Denver. Col., aged 71. T. Bigger, J. M. Owen, S L. Guthrie, J. CHILLED PLOWS. was ought up with at Bowling Green last her murder. The House Committee on Coinage, S. Durham, T. W. Mitchell, G. W. Colter, year in a liason with a Horse Cave woman, A coNiEMroRARY shows how pension No. 2 South Bond 10 inch out 87 :o which created a considerable eensation at mad our law makers are when it saya: ''A Weights and Measures have voted against J. M. Grav. No. 3 11 8 50 well as Dr. A. R. McKee and Rev. P. A. John the time. The old man Is C2 and has sever penelon bill for over $75,000,000 for the the aufpension of silver coinage, aa i g 00 No. I jo efstone, two old and prominent citizens of al grown daughters to feel the blighting coming year should cause Congress to against unlimited coinage. popular vote in 18S0, Hancock Danville, died about 12 o'clock Saturday No. 10 troubles. Of the " 12 " 10 00 fects of his numerous pause, if anything short of national bank 4,454.416 and Garfield 4.444,952. and were buried with one ceremony on exempt Louis- ruptcy will do it. This ia $15,000,000 received STEEL PLOWS. SrEAiiiro of the bill to Thia waa a majority of 9,464 for Hancock, Sunday at 3 o'clock from the 21 Presbyte ville from tho penalty against'breaklne the moro than the entire ordinary expenses of No. 3 Hamilton Clipper, 10 inch cut... 8 9 00 Garfield got him on the electoral vote. rian church. Both gentlemen were bo well Owens-bor- o the government in the year before the war. but Sabbath with base ball playing, the Old DeRoode waa let off with thealight known that an extended sketch eeems unNo. 3 " 11 " ... 9 r.o of It exceeds by far the combined pension Messenger bjb: "Thlsia a species fine of $250 for cowardly assaulting Elitor necessary for most of the readers of the No. I Hamilton, with I))w Cjntro 10 50 should not be tolera- lista of all the European countries that claai legislation which Grrtz at Lexington. His eaid that some Interior Journal. The first named beNo. o Hamilton, Centre Draft, 12 in. cut 11 00 ted. It is UDJuit to those cities that ob- have made a business of war for hundreds of the jury were for a penitentiary sentence. longed to a noted Kentucky family and serve the Sabbath to license another city to of years." FuraUt Uradloy Sulky Pbws, best on A Somerset physician reports the blrtb, was born at Lancaster, Feb. 4, 1816 Ho violate it, and yet that U what the Sunday A Georgia woman haa given birth to to a woman living near there, of a monstros- was educated at Centre College and In the earth 38 00 base-babill as it passed the Senate means. four children within a year, and she had ity weighing eight pounds, having the head medical schools of Philadelphia. PracRespectfully, Tho House should amend the bill when no twins either. In March of last year ishe and mouth of a frog. The child was born ticed medicine in Richmond for IS years it cornea before it, so that no place Bhall be presented her husband with triplets and on dead. and the remainder of bis life in Danville, 3JCJETO-A.LIT- . exempted. If the law ia a good one for the first of this month she added Following a custom observed by them with the exception of two yeara in Clay another one county it is for another. Certainly th e child to the large and growing list. There Is for years, David Dudley, Cyrus and Chief county, Mo. He waa in apparent good place where the sport is most indulged in no telling what these women can do when Justice Field met with the former Satur- health until Wednesday eveniug, when he on the Sabbath should not be exempted they try. day at Washington and celebrated hia 821 was suddenly stricken with an intestinal from Its provisions " birthday. trouble which afterwards became complicaMr. L. E. Casey, the Simon-pur- e demoA dispatch from Dodge City, Kansas, ted with acute Bright's dieess!. He grew The Senate has passed a bill with but crat, who owns and edits the Covington .six diet entlng votes providing that wife Commonvealth, Is an applicant for postmas Bays that within a radius of 100 milts of rapidly worse until death occurred as above beat era shall be punished at the whipping- ter of his city and if genuine worth, long Dadpe Citv 100.000 head of cattle have atated. Mr. Johnstone waa born at Salio faV SU8k post, the wife to be a competent witness and faithful service to the party and an frozen to'.death, and 100 human beings are bury, N. C, Oct. 15, 1814. Came to Ken against the husband. Now let it pass Col. undoubted ability count for anything, he known to have perished. tucky when a young man and waa educaMra. Lizzie Grimes Boyd, wife oi ted at Centre College, graduating in the Thompson' bill to punish thievea in the is sure to have his ambitions realized. Rhea Boyd, of Paducah, a four montba class of 1838 He received hia theological will lift a heavy load from same way and it The General Assembly has done Mary bride, committed euicide at 8t. Louis. She training at Princeton, N. J., and entering the shoulders of the law abiding. Surely Anderson the honor to adopt a resolution had been deserted by Boyd, who appears to the ministry of the Presbytcaian church if such punishment is good in one caso It is inviting her to the capital to appear in one have gone entirely to the bad. preached for a number of yeara at Lancas- Over 100,000 Holtl in the other. Year.-Victori- ous In Every Fioltl Content. of her great rolea. Miss Anderson Is play The republican primary in Pulaski ter and Paint lick. Removing to DanThe Harrodsburg Democrat is nearly as ing in Louisville this week to audiences FAHMiirta A nothing but the Oilier ChllN-County Judge, ville about tho boinning of the war ho adan Dow, brcau'e they are m od or Uublle. 'lho inouldboude cdtoal klndaofiollandwll pretty in its new drees as that superlative which jam the theatre, notwithstanding nominated Judge Tarter for Trimble for Circuit haa ever since been financial agent for the oughly Chilled, have no aoft ipoti Iu thrm and will icour any soil. Olircr'a metal will not aro thor8hadoan for Attorney; ,.. . r.L ...,'. ',..'.' of beauty, a lovely sweet slxteener, In a seate sell from 32 to $25. The bearleit coat of ruit that cin acrumu ii.nn It will ,ntir.i "W. I Clerk; May for County Clerk, Shcpperd for Theological Seminary and Centro College. Th Mf1l.rll I. . IU..M.I.I i.vu..u .1..I. Illran. IuaiinK a aiomag JiauilJC. "' . T .'". WOICO UOe aWBT With uiuii .."" prcasuro found on all atralKhtplowi. The brand new calico. Bro. Spotswood is givOilier Ch lied I'jow hia hundrtJa of ioillatora. No Yesterday's Courier-Journ- al Jailer, Davidson for School Superintendent On the morning of his death he felt much tho contained ing his patrons a ctpital paper and the luiuuiuuiurcr win itj loimuaiaan mi nor pionr, ino "Oliver" bat a record unpralloln! in tbo for Aesessor. uuui j.jwiii io,u m uTfr iw.uiu in mw. jour better and asked to sit up as he had been buy " v. iton will tell you to fact that he can indulge tho luxury of a nearly two pages of names In email typo to and Parsons nS other now tho and tyke no other. It will break hard dry ground In St. Louis the employees of a livery confined for eome weeka from a fall on the I also haro the Olbbi Impirlal Steel I'low, which iimak ng a record when unmuallAl br will. 8teel here any new suit for it ahows that his efforts are be- a protest against the amendment to the Dow. Try them and be contlnced. lXXCJCJIIVrd. charter of the Louisville Southern Hall- etablo were rushing the horses out at an un- pavement, received while returning from ing appreciated. way, which authorizs3 tho city of Louis- seasonable hour of night, when policemen church. His attendants helped him to an Gen. Hancock died a poor man, as he ville to endorso a million dollars of bonds arrived and thinkinft they were thieves eay chair, when almost immediately nfgna was always lavish with his money when ap- of the road. clubed them to insensibility. Ihe result of uc88olution were noticed and he died in pealed to br those in want, especially the burned to death. a few minutes, it ia thought from heart The condition of Mr. Henry Watterson was that 5S horeea were soldiers. A subscription for his widow has A State Teachers' Meeting will be held diaee, Hia son, Dr. A W. Johnstone, therefore been started with Mr. Tilden, continues to create great concern among Saturday, Feburary 27, Ihe now iu Earopj, was the partner of Dr, George Washington Childs and other dis hia friends and those who honor the great at Frankfort journalist all over the country, III death object of which ia the recommending to tho McKce iu tho practice of medicine, tinguished men heading it with a $1,000 DEALKIiSlNwould ba a calamity and we sincerely truet Legislature of an improved common school The uiivu who thaws hitnBelf out with a each. betso dreaded an event will ba averted for system, looking among other things to Tom and Jerry when the thermometer is Drugs, Books, Stationery and The Senate will discuss a resolution to years. ter pay for the teachera and a higher stan- hugsIoK the zero notch ia a better citizen Fancy Articles. of this month. This adjourn on the 20th training. The L. & N, offers than ths philanthropist who goes to bed Our esteemed contemporary, the Wil- dard of mental buncombe. The costly and iu a is all a Pbysltl nn' prticrlptloni nccntati ly romtxiuod-d- . a low rate of fare, cold and shoves his wife's feet out of the Also great measura worthless body will ba in liamsburg 2imci, allows its correspondents Judge Fitzgerald, of Cincinnati, warm place, Kentucky Stale Journal. session when the roues bloom egain if it much latitude in their controversies which act with a variathe King Solomon are of a decidedly personal nature. In tho makea uo better headway than to this time. In German army circles a soldier is over to the Children's last Issue ono attempts to silence the other tion, when he turned (Xdhara county Herald speaka of forever by accusing him of having Home a baby of which ;two women, Mrs. obliged to write home to his wife once a The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, The the itch, McCoy and Miss Gallagher, claimed to bo month. An old bachelor saya this explains "weddlnt? nuntials." but it is aa good an ex Jewelry and Silverware D' F. O. Young has been reinstated tbo mother. The Judge said it made no why so many Herniate como to this conn-tr- y nreeoion as "funeral obiequles" "widow lUa market, Lowsr than to escape mililajy duty. medical examiner at Lulrgton by the diflerenco wbichjwns the mother, einco neiNorrietown Erer bought toWatoiee, OloonJTIwaJrwoliy Rewomen" and atfer that are more frtnuent- the nnd paired on tfcort notlco end Vr'Arrnr.UJ. Pension department. Ilwhl. ly used, ther was fit to train tho baby. Stmi-ffiHidyntiriorlon- In a speech at Middlcburg, m pueuro-pneumon- ia v j Stanford Potpge paxton:- blue-gras- s, ed be-I- in wlfe-beater- wtalbtr-boardlD- g. y s POWDER Absolutely Pure. Franlc Allison. s m, H PLOWS ! PLOWS ! PLOWS o n. o of We have just alarge invoice of very best brands Q 0 k PLO WS PI Including the Celebrated South Bend Chilled Plows and the old reliable Hamilton Clipper Steel. Look at ouv prices and compare them. Every Plow H ri Q h H 0 H 0 ll H BJE&IOIIT & JaiilsWJei. I.nt PtowMKN-Vouthpul- du'o iloflnt-tlaMwor- k '!.,";' ,,...i "" " "6It" ii, w, II. Penrr & Mfllfetei PHARMACISTS, iff -- ai per-form- tiw'm " Stmi-Mccklu$ntcrior- J On the morning of the 11th Inst., Mrs. Inch and a grain Is seven times as largo as Gerrje Q Umoon, the Mormon high Lin. Dawjon presented her liege lord with a wheat grain. All of which be thinks priest, for whom Uih Federal authorities at d a proves that Fiour Cera lavs It over wheat Halt Lake Cilr had effered a reward of feminine Valentine. very badly. $500, was arretted Saturday at Wlnnemuo-eh- , Stanford, Ky . Febrnary 10, 1880 I AM receiving a very handsome lino of Fon Sale. A young jack, 4 years old, Nev. He Is wanted for a violation of spring goods and ask my patrons and othblack, about 14 hands high, heavy bodied, the Edmunds Law, he having been the E. O. WALTONt - Business Manager. ers to call and see them. II O.Ittipley. lengthy, and a good breeder. Apply to most violent as well as one of the ablest Mr. J G. Jenninos yesterday obtained R. II. Eronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. 4t. Mormon leaders. L.'i'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr. 8. P. Stagg'a fine Jersey cow drop license to marry Miss Araminthia, the A veracious exchange says: "A VerMr.ll train golDi North.......... - IMr.H old daughter of Mr. J. A. rJinglston. ped a heifer cslf yesterday, by Dr. Bailey's 4 mont woman goes out and chops wood with tfcmih -- 11 15 r. m 'Squire Christopher Brown will tie the fine bull, Alphea Robin. This is the sec1 M AiM Eipm strain" BoiUh. ..... her husband.'' She must havo a pretty 2 09 a.M it " Moh., t' knot. ond one in a year and G months, since he sharp husband, thoiuh we should think Ths jots U calculated oq standard Unit, Hoist The valentine bustnee nercentably in owned her. such rough usge would cause a split in no Is about M minutes faster, creased the malls here. This office was esthe family. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. LOCALHOTICES. pecially remembered, each of Its attaches Laneatter. SEW ADVXBTIHEHEnTH. Buy yanr school booki from Penny A receiving from two to six each, mostly of II, O. KaufTman sold a lot on 15 a ford comic design. McAUster. street to E. Brown for $200. WatChim snd Jewelrj repwrcd on short Kvehy kind of weather known in tho notice and warmtitcd by Penny A McAlls- Mr. R R West has been called to the business was shown up yesterday. Eaough Kemedy, tho oriut-as.- 1 snow fell to cover the ground six inches pastorate of the Baptist church in this "CHICHESTER'S BUY the 1Im Hof nod only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - deep but it melted as fast as it fell and place for the ensuing year. He will likely S.f-The OrlKlnul mill nil. 4, iiuIimn . Ur ii ' r..rv(n rl j." Utft.tiM - uln r in LADI53. IivlLpr, Wl ' " lrnl.l I.. accept. "Cfclhtl' firPuKll.h""-- . in ' "return tairilt. Mock of Jewelry, latest made more mud on our muddy streets. rttlr AooMPtnrr. J ur hi The interior of the Citizens National .tmi ui ii. y -'r M. " NAME PAPf'V, . rtyle. Kockford watches a specially. Pen-nWe regret to observe that tho charter Bank is being remodeled, the growing of A McAllister. k f r ( Mrhr. hold Itr llrtixcl-- t rirwlicrr. i.n."Mh-- T asked of the Legislature by the Stanford business of that Institution demanding I.!1! i:nl.Ti" I'rnnrrnrttl Till- Slreet Car Cornptny was reported adversely more room behind the counties. PERSONAL ! by the Oitnmltleo and then killed by the Circuit Court adjourned finally SaturMn J. T BnowN, of London, was here Senate. As this bill had pawed the Ilouse day evening. The Its, days were devoted Rattirrlav. man at without question, Mr. Vandeveer, who is to unimportant cases mostly. The grand jury Dojou know llourne, tbe Mn. W. I. McCamy, of Kings at the head of the enterprise, is at a loss to returned forty indictments and adjourned the dw Drugstore' If not, loss no time In making h'a cuitntn-e- . Mountain, was her6unday. know the reason for its failure In the Sen- Wednesday evening. He ii j olltr, nccommoUtlnj, and tails bit golds S. L Powkiw and Miss llattle Mu. bow ate and has written to his right-hanMaster Robert, the bright little lower than tbeloweat. Hebai juit rccilfcd anew Powers hare coco to Cincinnati. son of W. O. RIgney, died Mon-da- y cargo of Paints for the Pprlng trade, a splendid aser, Msj. Hlgney, to riic and explain. -- Col. W. 0. Wklcji and MsJ. Theodore !! morning after n few days' Illness of sortment of Ltodreth'a Seeds In bulk, tbe CelebraWilliam Howard, who has been in rheumatism of the heart. Our heart-fe- lt ted LeMate's Rock Crystal Spectacles and Kind went to Fraukfort yesterday. DruigUti' Sundries, Surgical InstruMuses Mattik and alue Denny, jail here three months charged with the at- sympathies are extended to the grief strick ments, Musical Goods, Hhow Case ArtUlcs, and a - tempted assassination of Djputy Marshal of OarrarJ, are tliltlng MU Lena Lken parents. Rogers at Htrlau C. II., gave the $3,000 Medi'7 Mr7 Thomas Austin, county assessor, A Fall Line of Drugs, Patent has been bill bond required Frldav and returned to Mrs Lek F. Huffman and Chemicals. cines was married last Thursday to Miss Rachel quite III of Intermittent feTtr, but la im- his home. He denies most positively that As for Toilet Articles well, If you wsnt to marHenry, of Upper Garrard. The ceremony protlnR. he knows anything about the shooting whatry, go Immediately to was performed by Rev. Irvin, of Paint Mn. Jons H BntaiiT, of Dlmjiulcfc. ever, and he does not look life a man who Lick. Licenie were issued Thursday to ton, III., Is Tltlllnc hit uncle, the KT. Jno. would commit so heinous an offense. Late Geo. W. Ray and Mary E. Ball. Orpostts tbe Myers House, Stanford, Ky, M. Bruce. news from Harlan Is to the effect that Mr. If everyone who went to the post office Lizzie DePauw, of Rogers has been reduced from 220 to 130 Mimes Kuth and Monday morning got a similar assortment 1SSO. the Shelby City neighborhood, were the pouuds in weight and that he can not posof specimens of art in tho shape of comic Stagg. guests of Mrs. B Porter sibly recover from his wounds, death being valentines that the writer did, a great deal ! Mn. Thomas O. Hall, a. liable to come any hour. of religion acquired the day previous was newspaper man, Is In town in and cspble ILLTJSTHATED. We learn that it is circulated in Rock- - lost on the morning air. Comic valentines the Interest of the Loulafllle l'ott H. GcTi;r.:z, of castle much to Mr. R. C. Warren's prej should be suppressed along with the Pditc Mn. ani Mi. It. Harper's Dun Is the only paper In the world beis and tbe Gauttt that combines the cbolcsit literature faahlona fin- -t Boyle, and Kollte Guthrie, of New Hopcj udice that ho in favor of that county art llliiatrmtlom Miss Mattie Eogleman, of Lincoln methods ot householdwith tha litest Its weekly and Carpen" ing legislated out of the district. Had we 1adornment. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Paris not the gentleman's own assertion to the county, Is visiting Mrs. Sam Englemsn. luitntloni and dreerlMlons of tbo newestpattern- Ur' and Hew Yoik styles, with its useful M. Durham, of Danville, was in sheet supplement and cut piitcrns, tiy enaDimg Tub fouoge! drummer on tho road, contrary of this report, together with his Mr. R. many their positive declaration that ho wishes the town Sunday. Messrs. D. N. Jones and J. ladlre to becost of own drttsmakers, aara subscriptions. Its papers on times the Master Newt. Craig, is lack after a month's county retalued, we could brand the state- B, Walker, of KIrksvllle, were In the city cooking, tbe management ol aerranta and house tour, which was very successful. Mr. John keeping in Its T.rloiu details areeminenur pracment as false, because Mr. Warren Is not this week. Col. Sam Miller and Master tical. Much attention Is given to the Jnttrcstlcg at home. Miller Craig is also anrlptr fllnnetle. and IU illustrations Ol ill of a Tommie returned from Louisville Satur- tnnlrnf Mieara Lklia and Ar.TiEMAmanunY simpleton enough to court the ail needlework are acknowledged to be unequall day, where Mr. Miller has been to obtain ed. Its literary merit Is or tbe nigneJi excellence and Msttle Brown, of Lancaster, and Llwle people, a large number of whom are his and the unique char.clcr of ita huuoroua pictures at the rink Fri- friends In this race, by making such a de- additional servants for bis hotel. has woo for It the mine of the American I'unch. Drye, of Huitontllle, were A lady of Here's e pretty howdy-do- . claration as has been circulated against the daoce which day night and him by Interested partlci. It Is an elec- Lancaster solemnly affirms that on the HARPER'S PERIODICALS. morning of the 21 tbe sun was ehinlng tion lie, nothing more nor less. Mn G. A C llociirxTcn, of Kansas TEH YEAR. sufficiently to make a shadow on the side W. City, returning from a business trip to RELIGIOUS. Harper's Bam ' 00 of her residence. This gives tho groundhere, lie Is 1 00 Va., spent y rstenlay with friends hog snap away and badly at that. If far Harper's Magazine attached Rev. F. D. Hale's meeting had result 1 00 Harper's Weekly in fine bsalth and seems greatly ther testimony is needed to show that old Harper's Young People ed In 82 additions to last reports. 2 00 to his adopted home. saw his shadow, we refer Harper'i Franklin Uquara Library one year, Dr. Evans and Bro. Joe Hopper are Brer Ground-ho10 00 (52 numten) you to the face of the beautiful that is now holding a meeting in Carlisle. LOCAL MATTERS. Postage free to all subscribers In tbe United mantling the e.rththis morning. Rev. John M. Bruce will preach at all revival conducted by States or Canada. WkiaI Bjurne's advertisement btats The White Oik School Houre next Sunday at Rsv. II. L. Simons, assisted by Rsv. HumTbe Tolumcs of tbe Bazar wilt begin with the In town. Waters A lUnef.' 3r. M. CoriXE-b- est tor January of each year. When no phreys, at the Methodist church in this first number The Lutheran churches in this country time la mentioned It will Iw understood that the W. II. Ulg- The subscriber wlthci to commence with tbo number New wood force pumt at and Canada has S02.S31 members. They place termlmted Sunday evening. alter the receipt of order. meeting has been one of deep interest and neit Bound Toluues of Harpcr'a Bazar, for three clns. Call and e$ them. have 5(1 synods and 3,702 ministers . ... i.-k-. In neit cloth binding, will be sent by Is always Elder T. P. Dudley, of Lexington, Is the result has been several additions to tbe mall, postauo paid, or by ezpreta, free of expense The L. A N. py "tin, which ireUot among now in his 91th year, and Is perfectly blind. various churches in town, besides awaken- (provided thefor " perdoes not exceed one dollar distilbutlng weillh volume. per volume) on time, w ing a profound religious feeling among all Cloth uure for racli rolumit, suitable fur bindHe has recently been vinited by represent line yoiterday. poitpalJ, on receiptor the employes claseta. Packed houses have greeted tho ing, will be sent by mall, each. again to en- atives fiom 25 Stales, and is acknowledged speaker, Rev, Simon", at almost every ser- St Remlltatcesshou d bs mule br e MonDn. M L. Bociine begins to be the oldest Biptlst preacher living. ey Order or Draft, to aiold cUance of loss. wonderful vice, and the confidence meetings held In our columns with his Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement liven Paris News. without tne expre m order of Harper A Brother. Iliad them and call on him. Some of tha papers try to bo excruci the forenoon were likewise well attended. Address UAUI'EIt A BROTHERS, New York. Mies Alice Nichols, of HangtolTFork was on a tear yeter-da- y atingly funny over the news from Bro. The solo singing of Tun Col. Hall Birnee that ,hc expects to return to the Danville, was a pleasing feature of the and oould not be forded. near land of his birth this summer, by saying meeting. Rer. Simons left Monday morn Anderson, who came from his home tho clisue that the Lord changes his mind very often ing for Hebron, Ohio, wbcro he will con McKlnney.hadto ride aroutd the terminus or Bro. Barnes gets the message by the duct a two weeks' revival, at stream. . of which he will go, to Uopkinsville, this THE INTERIOR JOURNAL settle their ac wrong wire. This bicause when he went EVEHYJiODT will please Slate. In May be expects to go to Stan ANO This notice away he said he would never teturn. count, with us duo Jan. 1st. ford, and will likely return here in June customers especial-l- y Is Intended for our best and hold a meeting a few miles from town. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Gsrs- and all of you pleaso take notice. " MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Hay for sale. I. M. Iirucc. MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED ley A Cialg. Corn for sale. M. S. Peyton, Stanford. by Jno, B. Fifk. Managed in the Brazilian Fiour Corn seed raised by There has been anotherA change stock. Wheat and grass are looking very Curran of the Bright ownership John Bright at W. II. Higglns'. green since the deep enow has melted off. a half Interest With Twelve Cut Paper Patterns of jour ewn Mr Thos. Metcalf has sold brother-in-law- , Foil Sale. I have a lot of nice clover Selection and of any sit. Snow began falling this morning about his hay, suitable for feeding cows. Daniel B. 7 o'clock and is at 1 o'clock about 2 inches BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, t) Mr. John B. Foster, The " who will assume charge Stsgg.Jr. ros deep. our best wishes. U. Mitchell bought a car load of mules new firm has (THREE FIFTY), Sereral deer lute been seen in the country jump-el'o- n at Bowling Qrcon ranging in price from western and southern portions of this counV younci fellow from the S127.&0 to $185. the train when it ty lately and two or three have been killed. Sixty million pounds ol bogus butter with blm. .Not being started away Joe Redman is tho only occupant of aadii off, he mado a are manufactured and put on the market of our jail. He is charged with hog steal versed In the art of jumping and landed on annually In the United States. Of all tho Magazines. ing and is good for a twelve months stay at bold lange at right angles SONTAININQ 8tor!es, Poems and other literati At Howell's sale of jacks and jennets mashing his nose and face In the mud, the State Capital. his attractions, combining Artistic, Sciantino and in Montgomery 32 head brought an aver-o- f skinning him up pretty badly. James White is improving slowly, Housshold matters. 11 37. One jack sold for $1,000 telth Orfflimf Sterl Engrav2 Dr. Illuttratfit dellghtlul His doctor thinks he will recover. l'ltturrt unit ing, VltotogrtirurcM, Oil It the Model Sunday was ono of those Mrs. Florence Walker has Bold her Dooree, of Crab Orbhard, was up to see him fine H'ootfciifs, making Magattne of America, makes one forget the Ills to spring days that during a long farm of 303 acres on Silver Creek to Mr. one day last week. Mairazino contiilns a COOTON which flesh has been heir tho bolectlon of Harrison Spalnhower at $37 50 per acre, Miss Mattie Williams has returned OltnCK, entitling tho holder to that numbor, while ANY PATTEKN illustrated in and unprecedently cold winter, Richmond Register. or $11,550. home from a threo months' visit to Nash- BnDEMOItnST'8 MONTHLY Is Justly entitled turnip Breens, of mint beds, jowl and A farmer who bns tested it, says; That ville, Tenn , and Louisville. Miss Maggie tho World's Model Miiffozino. 'IhoLanrest In Imagination, Yum.yum. es (lit across his Form, tlio Lnnrcst In Circulation, and the- best snow and a cow with chapped teats may be speedily Smith of Paint Lick, is visiting Miss Mat-ti- e TWO Dollar Family Mujrnzlup Issued, 1M will terday, however, with its rain, of Newcomb. Miss Sallic Whitehead la bo tlio Twenty second ) cm- nnd Its publication ; Illusion and we had relieved by an applicition of molasses co extensively It is continually Improved Meet dispelled the fond Constitutionand larJ in equal paria. spending a few days with her brother at ns to tilaco it In tho frout rank of family to return to fiwt principles. to nny mnjmiire It Periodicals, and alist; Williamsburg. Miss Mollie Myers has re contains T-- pntrtlurtrontinrto. 0 Vxll'4 luohcs, Pubbatch of war claims has been The Florida Press Aescciatlon hsa turned from a visit to relatives at Row- rlecnntly printed nnd fully illustrated York, Another lished by V. Jeiitilnes Dcinorest, New on be tho House, In which made a declaration concerning the effect land. Mr. C C. Williams went to London favorably acted ANO BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED WITH THE following Lincoln county of tho recent cold on tho orange crop, In last Sunday night. Bob Thompson, of we observe the filler, administrator of which it says that no material injury has Garrard county, la nt this place. Interior Journal at $3,50 Per-ea-r. clalinwlatJ.il. and Suwn Mens been done to trees. 413 A Valentine party was given nt Mrs W.G Collier, SSOj J.N. of WlnfredMene fee, $133 James McClellon has delivered the M.C. Bragg's Siturdsy, at which nearly fee, administrator 'i xr n P.iriman S12S. Garrard-Jo- hn of mulea sold to Alford & everybody in town, botrioid and young, last car-lo- ad Wherrltt, ndmlnis Bettys, for which ho received the magnifi- were seen. We especially noticed Eomo of Anderson $72; W. II. of J. M. Anderson, S171 cent sum of $175 each. He also sold one the widows and widowers. They were as nnn. S190: G. E. Hackley, ad. mule for $200, and n pair for S.-fPa- ris gay and lively as If they were in their Thernoitpoprtlar Woekly newspaper devoted $157 and Kk- - News. toicieuce, mechanics, engineering ilnooierles.lo-renllonsan- d mlnlstrator of Wm. Punn, leens. Quite a number of tho older ones patents ever published, l.verynura- ber Itluatratcd nitli plemlldetisraTlncs. 1 J. l'tlMngion gwi. D. C, Tcrhune bought this week in sit up 'till after 12 o'clock. That is the caatle-- A. pubt eatl nfurnuliriamorUaluablepncjtlope' nf mforuiatton which no irson auould be wltuoui. tent irom me Garrard county 0 yearling mules of Geo. only kind of valentines we have up hero. th BciESTinc AurntCAN ii The popnlarlty Tub wealher reports arotelecraph oluee Bright nt $77.50 per head; 1 from Ben Among those present we noticed Mr. C ruch that 113 cir ulatian nearly mualathat orall Imj combined. Price. K13J a .l. Cinnltt Krffica to the other paper of nultot lub. o. by all newsdealer. b,..i i.i . hardlv one farmer Bright at $05: and in Bjyle county 15 from W. Adams and Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks and yenr. Uiiu"LU rubllibors. Hold SblUroaawsr. . MUNM A . at Jtvowiauu, o. hits llarrods-burN. D. Ingram at $85 per head. ilutin.ti Thirty. Mr. James Crutcher and Mrs. M. C, Bragg. they are pract lea Unhid in a hundred sees them be Democrat. ' oraLtico ye ora' Elnht befcro them. They could o 1T of no value Wo learn that capitalists from LouisMr. John Bright, the raiser ot the wonpeople of hi llho Patent Offico and havo prepared mado of gnat service to the more tnan.onp nunurpu the Stanford derful BrszillianFJourCorn,haa counted the ville and Boyle, Clinton, Lincoln and application; (or patents in Iho If they were posted at section Mte and funliineouiitriea. Wayno counties will start a deposit bank It will be d one grains in a bushel of wheat and finds that 1'avMti. postoffice and we trust AwicntLcnts. and Ml other .papers lor Montlcello I not they number 523,100, and that there are here ?oim time in April had their runts in ino swuring to 'Squire Murphy tells us that United S!tf Canajia, England, i ranw, Signal. Germany and other foreign countrcs. prereport of the coming of the 122,472 grains to tho bushel of the Flour and reasonable terms. ben for the pared a t abort not Ico obtaining-yatentSenator Mitchell, of Oregon, has introcheerhave lost a good Corn. He says that there are 0,272,040 Information ai to late coli snap he would of fully cuen uithout chcrge. duced a bill to repeal all treaties with the predicted and published rquare inches in an acre, which would prosent Ire. 1; B,im? It nnoiion tbAusfiMonntCo. are noticed inthebvientlllo every duce 3 grains to each rquare Inch if 20 Chinese Empire and to'prevent the Chinese home and had AiucriitTj fr.. Iho dntaReol!UehnoticnU peuous who wish todta- iu the dalles, be went d by landing at or remaining in ui. """ bushels were mado. Tbe Flour Corn pro- from oomlng to. for tne thing prepared TdSreM 'SulNa1 Jk CO . Offlce Sc&HlDM place in tho United States. grains to the rquare any port or duces 3 and lMcaicxii, 301 Ureadwar, ew sork. rud, whicn cuw ou tlmt. -14-ye- 'i ll a 5V 0" ' 'I TAM A., i . $ KW- - t i I .''! tr w it i NNYRRtOiLLS ! LiJSH." if :. ' "l I 1 Here 's Your Chance TO BOimNE Got Something to Eat By reallnj the following Hat of gooJs, kept by d ld T. R. WALsTOltf, fn.iib,tt,Dg you DwJ blm- - Joo. will bo to Tary the monotony so liable to crsrac-terl- je your table at this time of year, and to net good goods at low prices: wbl Hjo-Olus- e', CANNED GOOD3. California Tears and Apricots, reeled and Pie. I'eaehcs, Sliced and Grated Pineapple, Corn, fltrlng and Lima Beans Vune Peas, Blackberries, Oysters. Salmon, Em!, Mackerel, Sardines, Corned Beef, Deviled Ham, Ac. VEGETABLES, FBUITS, ETC. Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Cranberries, Orans, Lemons, Banauaa, CoManuta, Ccoklng Prunes, Green Apples, Dried Peacbu and FI Api pics. BOURNE'S, Pr"'TiV Mackerel well-know- n Harper's Bazar Pickles. Cbee.e, Crackers, Tea Cakes. Macaroni Buckwheat .Hour, Itlce, Beans, Ilomlny, ShreJdcd Oita, dc, Ac. J'r. Apple Bolter, Mince Meat. In Buckets, Map'e Syrup. Krout. Cod Oat-ow- FANCY GUOCEniES. l, 1- ill-w- to-je- d Wati 1mmjt Thomas D. IUhey. Joe F. Watkbs. Main ROGERS, Street, - - Es, Post-offic- (McRobirts Block, next door to Dr. Leo F. Huffman's office.) Stanford, Su-ga- r, s, For Hard Times, DEMOREST'S "MAGAZINE Wo did not know that our frlenda were so Innumerable till we started th Grocery business recently, and It gives us pleasure to state that our trade Is dally Increasing. Wo deliver all goodsdn or wlthlnamlIoorsoofKOWI,ANDorStanlord,iowhenlnneedofanythlnSlnthe wa, of Coffee, Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard, Butter, CannsJ Q d, of ovary TjrLty, Apple Butter Presrrcs, Jelly, Mackeiel in Buckets, Cheesy Cracken, Ilomlny, Bwm, Kraut, Catsai, Syrupi Cabbage, roUtoca, Onions, Drltd Peaches and Apples, Panes. Ditei, Fig,, Orangsi, Candles ' . . Lemons. Tobacco.'Clsara. Queenswan.. Tlnir.ir. Tjimn. rhimn... f..i nn . .. . you can mention, in our line. Corns to our ator and ' .. -- .1 win imni. satisfactory. WATTOs At- sarin connection with Jude J. M. Philips, we represent three Insurance Companies, tha London A Liverpool A Globe, the Royal acd the Continental, and will write you out a policy in either upon WllMl,0D- WATERS A RANEY. osupv .. H. C. MERCHANT TAILOIC. I bare received and still receiving RUPLEY, $3,50 NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER Comprising the best In the market, which will be Pd J"'" 0 TriE BES I Qotton Up in Stylo and Moko Sooond to None in City or Country. Give Mo a Trial. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Vrngs, Chemicals, Wall Paper, UookH, WIiich, vis-io- & STAGG, Stanford, Ky., Iiiqtior Musical ClKiirs, TolmccoH, Flro Aruiw, DEALEllS IN Paints, Oils, JLautpg, Stationery, Soaps, Perfumery, InNtruouieuu, Packet Cutlery, Much in iL.. Js Kiytift'TwrsySiTin Our Jewelry, Silverware, and Optical Goods Department is In Charge of Col. Thos. U'clinrJs, who will Repair (Vatchcs and Clocks promptly and In the beat stylo. Needle. Wall Paper, I 1 -- sbbbH sbbbK1 Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as the lowest. 1 iuu-Ra- Trade-Mark- s. Copr-rlitUt- s. ,.i i,t 'inl. 11 ". 1 B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. V Swu-ffltt- e cMnittcrior journal HER ANSWER. GOOD OLD DAYS IN OHIO. THE TIMES WHEN HOUSES WERE LOCKED WITH A WOODEN LATCH. SECRETS OF THE BAKERY.! WHAT BECOMES OF THE CREAD AND PASTRY! t LEFT-OVERj rnrtou Uees to Which Old Stuck I Ap s pliedMethods Adopted by Ulaki tho llaker Musi Itettauratcurs Atianic Floating Trade. 1'lrat-CIas- TVbat becomes of tho old bread and pastry. that must accumulate In every bakcr-hopfa a question oftoner raised than answered.! " stock Tbo Idea prevalent that tho is soaked and used in the learen for another) day's batch is not only erroneous, but derided by every baker who Las a touch of caustic in his make-u- p. In tho largest bakeries, whero tho city private boarding-house- s, hotels, and restaurants got their supplies, an exclusive order is catered to, and tho culculn- -' tions are so closo that a lap of a loaf rarely occurs. In a firm where 1,000 or 1,400 dozen loaves and 100 pans of five dozen rolls each aro turned out dally somo very nico figuring has to be done in order to make what the knoaders call a clean sweep. With tho retail bakers tho caw is different. Every Ann has at loast one day in tho week when the supply J has to double the average daily domancL l, "left-overlunch-counter- s, "I'm going to bo married," ha softly said. Sho looked up in swift surprise, Tho color from out of hor bright faco lied, The light grow dim in hor eyes. "You're going to bo married I" sho echoed low, Her voice had n steady tone, "I hopo you'll bo happy where'er you go," A cough hid a little moon. "I know that your brido will bo good and true, You never could lovo any other." She steadily looked in his eyes, dark bluo; "I tender you Joy, my brother." fcI'm going to be married that Is, I hopo To bo, though I hardly kno- wDear lovo, shall " longer pino and tnopof I tremble for fear of 'no.' " The color that out of her faco had fled Came back with n deeper huoj "Why, isn't it funny," sho shyly said, That I'm to be married, tool" A NOVEL COIN Happiness results fmni th.it truo contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You tuny ih)scss It, If you will purify mid Invigorate jour blood with Aycr's K. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., Writes : " I suffered for yenrs with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottles of Parsa-pnrllla. An Opon Letter! iw w FOR COUGHS AND OnO.Js UM men A Different World from That of the Present Time A llonnum of CnrlotltlM An Ark In the Wlhlcrneas Home LADIES INTERESTED ALiZat ASK DSIFLT 1 siS o?w r HEAD IT. Manufacturer! Itinerant Tlnkercrs. The Ohio that I lived in as a boy seems a y beautiful land that belonged to a very different one from tho ono I now Inhabit; My father was a native of Loudon county, Virginia, and hU farm as la tho midst of a large settlement of Marylanders and Virginians, who brought with them the manners and customs of their native states, and whoea itorios and recollections were full of the things they had seen and experienced in thews places where to them the world had jurt been far-awa- llKLAIR, (1 A., I N0T.lt, 1SSI. Ajer's Sarsapnrllla, I IHkstlkukm: I have been using your wonder Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Ivans., writes : " To all persons suffering from I.hcr Complaint, I would strongly recommend A cr's Sarsaparllla. I was aflllctcd with a diseajo of tho liver for nearly two enrs, when a friend advised mo to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, mid has cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 D wight st., Boston, Mass., writes: " For several jcars I hao used Aycr's Sarsa-parllin my family. I never feel safe, la ful remeJy, "DrrBrTdfleld'a Female Itegulalor,' In my family for long time, and I want to aay to the suffering ones fray sex that ttiero nerer was anythlDgciuil to It. Would to God that ererr aflllcted woman in our land knew of its wonderful virtues and curat ire powers as I do. I hare used great deal of it slnee the birth of lay last child about a year and a half aga, and I do think had it not been for this valuable tnellclno, I would bare been BED-RIDDE- jf&M ! -- t, Roxbury Advocate. PROPOSED. N born. FOR LIFE! RISKS A BAKER MUST ASSUME. I Uptown, in the resident quarters, Monday is tho big day, tho Friday and Saturday bako having been consumed Sunday, and tho family washing materially Interferes with hot bread or pancakes. Wednesday is shopping day, and Saturday being a sort of general recreation day, a run is made on tho downtown cafes and restaurants, and twice tho usual amount of bread, rolls, Sally Lund tarts, cakes and pies is necessary to meet tho custom. There ore a hundred risks to bo assumed in ainicijMtlng this transient trade, and if tho crowd doon not materialize the merand show-case- s chant finds his bread-bozo- s still full when business closes. The daily bake goes on, for it does not take him a great while to understand that tho public is a petulant customer and will not nibble stolo bread or crustyrolls. Between 5 and 7 a.m. tho ovens yield up their nico brown blocks and twists of bread, snowy buns and crisp rusks, and to make room for them the residue of the previous day is condemned to for which svery shop has its regular customers. Pretzels and pies are held over, the former indefihours. nitely and the latter some thirty-si- x Bread a day old and rolls and cookies oi s cuseighteen hours nro unsalablo to tomers, but tho charity trado is so largo and o so urgent that hi midwinter many bakers are moved by pity to cater to iu wants. Nuns from charitable institutions, matrons of asylums, and overseers of Industrial schools, nurseries, and kindred eleemosynary bouses constitute a regular and reliable patronage, each of which levies on two or mora of thes down-towrestaurants. first-claswell-to-dn Description of the "Coruetulllo" Dollar Silver and Gold In ono l'lece. Mr. Nicholas Vcodor of a Pittsburg Arm thus describes his proposed "comctalllc" coin: "The new coin which I havo invented, and tho adoption of which I propose, consists of an outer disc of silver of tho value of 60 cents. resembling a coin with a holo cut through its center. In this holo or center is fitted a disc of gold, also of tho valuoofCO cents. Tho gold is held in place by tho millings of tho silver lapping over tho gold and tho compression incident to coinage There is a double depression where tho gold is, and the latter is too thin to admit of alteration. "It may also be said for this coin, that tho abrasion comes on tho cheaper metal, tho gold being protect! by being In a recess. In size it would be only a triflo thicker than tho present half dollar, and bo easily distinguished in tho pocket by tho central depression, and when brought to view tho eye would readily catch tho central color as well as tho control legends and devices. The union of tho two colors in one coin will also give it an attractive appearance and gratify an artistic taste, "The cometollic half dollar would bo About the slzo of a silver quarter, and the cometal-li- c quarter would somewhat exceed tho size of the silver dime, but tbo senses of feeling and sight would warrant tho unrestricted mingling in the pocket of all denominations of silver and cometal coins. For tho highest convenience, and to the satisfaction of all needs, I would commend only the comctalllc dollar, half dollar and quarter, because a t'i coin which would bo a triflo thicker than our pres ent silver dollar would not bo needed, and a coin of higher valuo than $3 would bo too largo and cumtiersome for general use, while a coin smaller than tho sliver dlmo would be too small for convenience" Inter Ocean. In tiioso days there was nothing about a house and farm, from a comb to a pair of horses and wagon, that people? did not borrow or lend. Besides, there was kept up between neighbors a constant exchango of mince pies, sausages, spareribs and all manner of eatables. Whoever killed a beef of other animal always sent a part to his nearest neighbors, and in duo timo received tho like in return, d even At Home without It. As a liver mcdlclno and general purlflcr of tho blood, It has no equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wlutcrpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which we could not cure. We tried many remedies, but he continued to grow worse, ami Anally became so reduced In flesh that we could only uioi o him ujiou a pillow. It was suggested by one of tho doctors that Scrofula might bo tho cause of the trouble. Wo procured a bottle of STRUOOLIXO TOOR AND SHABBV OEXTEEL. Tho floating trade is given equal chancci with its larger though equally unfortunati rival, and none or few of the early breakftbt-er- s have any idea of tho poor, patient,hungry mortals who have preceded them. In this procession, vihich comes and is gono before i o'clock every morning in the year, ono sees poor, pale seamstresses, shabby but respect-ablmen. xuunous Dutch, Swedes, and Poles, laborers and clerks of every nation ality, and both sexes, who stow away theii purchases hi tho empty dinner can or luncheon-box. while the sot, student, and newsboy jogglo ono another at the coun ter at which aro piled doughnuts, lady fingers and Martha IVashlngtons. Struggling housekeepers.women w ho try tc support themselves keeping boarders and others who have to subordinate everything tc economy, nerer buy fresh goods, and indeed need not suffer any privation if they onlj know how to manipulate tho old. Bread thai can not be steamed will work over as toast custard fries, and puddings, and there is nc roll too old to bo rejuvenated if one knows how use a steamer. Although tho writer may U branded as a traitor, it may be interesting tc the readers to know that the restaurateur whe serves ths most delicious rolls in Chicago, makes them out of old goods lxmglit from every baker who has any left over. When a customer calls foi fresh rolls a couple of the articles, uani enougu to dent a turnip, n thrown into a steamer. When thoroughly moistened they are put in a hot oven and al lowed to partially dry. In three minutes t nico white d'oyley is wrapjwd over them tc keep the steam iu, and whon they melt in Mr. Jenkins' mouth under a lump of butter tilt order will bo repeated. Inter Ocean. o boot-black, Governor Sulncforil on Alaska's Climate. But what is true of northern and interior Alaska does not hold good as applied to that part of tho mainland lying between tho coast range of mountains and tidewater, nor to the Aleutian islands and those of the Alexander archipelago, which last constitute nearly all there Is of w hat Is known as southeastern Alaska. Thro the climate is as mild as that of Virginia or Konturky.extreino cold cather,os tho term is understood in tho middle and eastern states, lieiug uulaiou n. Tho coldest weather greatest extreme here in Sitka last winter was H.O degrees abovo zero, and tho nvonls show that there have been but four w inters in tho last years wh-- the mercury dropped Lelot zero. As I write on this 12th day of November tho air is mild, and tho bovs. most of them barefooted, are indulging in a gamo of base, ball immediately in front of my ofllce, and to their infernal racket you may ascribo much of tho rambling, discontented stylo of this letter. Sitfcu uor. Detroit Froo Press. fort--flvo o I never saw a lock on tho door of any f in Ohio; indeed, more than half tho houses had no other latches than wooden ones. Thsso were lifted by means of a leather string that always "hung on tho outside." Thera many houses, In no part of which could be found a nail, screw, or any other thlug of Iron. Doors, windows and all were put together with wooden pins, great and smalL The shakes, or "clapboars," of tho roof were held in placo by "wclKht ioles," small logs, laid upon each length of boards. Some chimneys were of brick, but many were of sticks and clay. In tho old houso of my maternal grandmother were many curious things. Thoro were many bark boxes, neatly sowed together and gaily painted, and adorning tho walU were bows, quivers, tomahawks, eagle plumes and the like. For blowing tho tiro there was In common uso a huge fan, made of buckskin, sowed to tho spreading prongs of a forked stick, and with a handta as long as that of an ordinary broom and Indian bellows. In tho garret of this old house I found, as a boy, a bonanza of curiosities. There were immense ls with Hint locks, old swords and muskets, long hunting knives, and Helmets made of rawhide that would havo withstood tho stroke of a tomahawk. From this garret I one day lugged down to tho old lady a a thing the like oi which I had at that tituo never seen and asked hor what it was. Then she descnlxxl tho use of tho sawbuck-iookinatTair, and told mo how hi the days before there were any vessels running on Lako Erio their goods n ere all packed across tho Allegheny mountains n tho backs of horses. arm-houshorsc-pLstopack-saddlg THE HOUSES Or THE FIRST SETTLKIIS. ut thanks to a kind l'rorldsnce, I was directed to Its use and my life and health bare beon spared tne. If my means would admit of It I would ner-e- r be without it In my house. I haro recommended it to a number of my friends and without exception tbey hare all been wonderfully retlertd and cured, I giro this endorsement without solicitation, and freely, for tho benefit ol theiufftrlngonn olmy sex, Very respectfully, Mas. Asxa IUnr. 13 SZE XJ H. Xji ES X 3?ff, Th. t'. r. t'"'illit, t(M'inbill 1 aal ttlraj. - th. thrAv urr it. Wt. n.nSr.b. la r.p a.l ih Wh.a mii .1,.. u tt). MiMal ttk f U. fallal ta.llcla r'.al 1'itt . ji Ttfl. . Cn.an.aa Ra.t.r . fit .14 fltlla, f . i Sa.T Or. f M rVf ii. ta thi fla.it Sno.a imlf aaj a.Coaitti. Cra, .t.bl, aaf lit c Milt ..I LaianpUM, m I t us. H i Ail i..f ilr.filiifaf It. rnt. i sMfl WALTERA TAYLOR, Atlanta, Oa tia eiimsRs iicraLaRaaar cordul m Pjnaur; ir.1 CtiUi.a T.utla(. rarialiM t.t julai tts. tai IS. rWmh.ra Stat, .l.f ts. amtit itr..ni lapilatlal. Mat Inwu a ttlaiLU.t upHWul fr.ra a im f la. etma, ti (.thrS '.a, ol f !! Iloth;tor sale by Or. M. U HOUIl.VE, Btanford Bend for our Treatise on female Dltcatrt, mall, ed free. Address THE lUlADriKU) IlKUl(LATOH CO., Hoi ii, Atlanta. Ua. OPERA HOUSE HTANrOnD. KY. For sale by Dlt. M. L. BOUltN'n, Stanford, Ky. W. P. WALTON, . - Proprietor HIieofSlagOOiM. Klghtoomnlateaeta of tkn. rry. Heating capacity, Including gallery, rate to rc- Dyspepsia & Asthma Can He Cured. There it perhaps no dlwase w preralent as or Indlftllon, and one, too, that up to the rt preaent time has battled the skill of Ibe moat s of the chronic physicians. hare their oM(ln In Py iprpata. The armp-toare loai of apnetltp, Iom or floah, a feeling ot fullneaaor weUhtln the stomach, occasional nausea or vomiting, acldltr, flatulence, dull pain In tbehetd, with a tennatlonof heaTlDiM or giddiness, Irregularity of bowrls, low splrlta, aleepleu-sallow skin, derangement of kidneys, and not unfrequently palpitation of the heart. if you are euSerlng with any of these symptoms Djt-peps- la eml-neTwo-third- attracllnna. A. Sarsaparilla and commenced ghliu; itto him. Ilsiirtiy worked wonders, for. In a hort time, he was completely cured." AVER'S Grant! Combiiintlou INTERIOR JOURNAL And tbe Loulitllle- THE Weekly Courier- - Jounml One year for only 93-t- vo p'l'era for little more than the price of one. By paying us fj yon will rtsvl'e for one year your home paper with the l, the rrprceenutlTe newipaper of the South, democratic and for a tariff for rerenue only, and the beet, brlghteat and ableat family weekly In the United Htatea. Theme who deelre to examine a aample copy of the Courier-Journran do so at this office. Courier-Journa- Druggist. 1'rlco 81; Six bottles, 85. Sol I bj all DR. HOLT'S Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr A. Co., Mass., U. S. A. Low ell, Dyspeptic Elixir WILL COKE YOU. For sale by Dr. M. L. Bourne, Stanford, Ky.TJ-tta Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Fcxcr and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, He. raltteut Fever, Dumb Ague. Bilious Fever, DeiiRue (or "Brcak-bono- " 1'over), Llicr Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S jya MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains it High Hoputation, AND HUaBIlllILHifflilllia -- ThUM .l.lli.reJ iq- -' tijeuitviiit NtwAiissriCHieAtolli w NOAH'S ARK IN THE WILDERNESS. t The Dcccatted Kings ofCejlon. In Ceylon, formerly, after burning the. bodlos of tho deceased kings of Kandy, their ashes were carried by a man in a black mask to tho Mahawelli Gaiigti, w hero ho embarked in a canoe. At tho deepcet part of tho river ho clove the vaso with a sword, scattered the ashes on the stream, and, plunging headlong after them, dived, arose near the opposite bank, whence he fled into the forest, and wai presumed to bo never more seen. Tho canoe was allowed to drift away, the horso and elephants that accompanied tho procession were sot at liberty in tho woods, and tho women who had strewed rice over the remains were transported acrois tho river and forbidden to return. Dr. Balfeur. New Treatment of tho Tobacco Habit A mesmerist once told mo that if ho could mesmerize a jwrson ho could make tho subject glvu up any habit, no matter how well established. "2iou," said ho, "if I can inveterate cigarette smoker, I can cure him permanently of that habit. I cat create an impression that such smoking is actually disagrrvnble, and of course tho iu'er use tobacco again " IIo had hardly finished reciting his claim, when a bystander remarked: "l gues there aro nr such subjects in St Paul, as nearly oi erj man you meet on the shoot uses cigaruttw. - .yt Paul Pioneer-Prof. The gateways to thuinclouuio are magnificent specimens of architecture, tho roof timbers, gables, and eaves decorated w itb gold chryiZiiBllth Statistics of Mortality. Fi.un English mortality statistic extending santhemums and much carved ami gilded considerable sver xriod, l)r Williati wood. Ono gate on each side is sot upart for Ogle llnds that the death-rat- o among clergy- tho mikado, and they aro never oiencd for Chicago Tribune. men is lower than that in uny other occupa- any lesser personage. tion. If the mortality for the three yean M.iklug It a l'ursonal Mutter. 18S0-- S2 among ministers bo represented by Rev. Sam Jones says: "Llvo so your 55G, that among farmers will be denoted bj children may put their feet in your track 31, among lawyers by 811, and physician! That is, don't walk all by i.isj. me nigu mortality rate among undlw honorablo." the doctors is a source of alarm to an eminent over the road on the way borne nfghtd. medical authority, aad is regarded as de- ifocneter Post Express. manding tho most thorough investigation. Is Not Known as a Magazine I'oet. Kedical Journal. One of tho Iwst of Louisville's magarine poots does not put his name to any of his Ilarui-s-s Juili;- - Toiuj.-fo'i-i of Metal. erses, because he thinks tho reputation of a Judge A. W. Tourgee, the novelist and kxturcr, of Chautauqua county, N. Y., bai wct would Injure him in his business. shout twenty patents granted on a tisw ban Courier-Journa- l. aoss and expects four other!. The hnrr it How Gas la Mado la Parli. to be made entirely of met&i, and among ths In Paris gas is produced from water by 1 lighter, advantages claimed for it aro that it Gas tern cumbersome, more easily adjusted, and passing a stream over glowing coke. thus produced b said to bo butter than ordinwill not chafe as much as a leather harness. It U expected to cost about SO per cent lea ary coal gas. Ifcan leather harness, and it will bo more You may put tho world down as a mob of darable Chicago Journalist fools, but don't forget thb: It takes a smart man to beat them. Century Another Trial for the Cup. The Galatea, swiftest of English yachts, There are 5M pupils at the Indian school ut Ifareatens to come over next autumn and r&os Carlisle, Pa., representing thirty-sitribes. for the America's cup; and already a Bxtoo g i an Yankee Is building a boat to boat bet the C tr,i ;.'" v V.j, breath Puritan being considered too slow. Intel iu-- -' .iV 'iMrrh HVaedr. Price Mc. . Bric-a-bra- c. x 1 nt Jackson nml tho Trench MlnUter. Tho story that has been going tho rounds o) how somo enterprising antiquarian has mo ceeded ill tracing the genealogical line ol Andrew Jackson up to Kin,; Henry VIII Robeit Bruce, of Scotland, and even tc Charlemagne, is aniuiing enough in low ol tlio old story of the reception the rough old soldier oil's gave to the French miuiater. LouU Phillip' representative called on tin president in full uniform to prunt his cre, dentials. kj way of averting hii devotion to th rampant demo-rat- lu idea ol tho tinn, received him wearing u, ragou dressing ow u und smoking an old corn-co- t pipe. An interpreter being necessary, tho French 'rook Deni was oalkvl up from thelonei regions to officiate Xntmallr enough, the diplomat retired In n vety indignant state ol mind and to his sovereign that hi had iy insulted. People who n In tlw nl.Uii;; uHii-iiiiof gentle blood mil the unalterable Inns of heredity can tmue themselves by trying to leconcilo tbe tr'saturias But probably neither of tbeni are. Vrue. New York Town Topics. Jar-kiou- Cracker and Milk for UiIkIiI'h Gen. Scheuck Itelioves that ho was cured of Bright' dis?uv of tho kidneys by a milk diet There was a lime when li urns m low that In death was predicted day alter day; Lai hi oon cured him. For two years 1m uto IIphi. But what I liked best to hear tho old ladr relate was the story of her coming to Ohio with my grandfather to tako of a tract of land they had lxmght in tho wilderness. Thoy stoppod nearly a year at Pittsburg, w hero my grandfather caused to be built somo barges or These boats were freighted after tho fashion of Noah'i ark. Thi'y hail on board of them horvw, cattle, sheep, hogs, dogs, chickens, turkeys, geosc, ducks, and all manner of beasts and fowls also, all kiln Is of farming implements, and tho tools of many trades. Tho Ixxits were floated down tho Ohio rivet to Marietta, then were poled and warped uc the Muskingum as far as thoy could bo taken, or to the nearest point to the tract of land that was to bo settled upon. When they arrival on tliLs land there were not men enough in tho neighborhood to raUo an ordinary log nouso; tucrcioro tneir iirst habitation was constructed of logs thut were split. Around this was constructed a largo stockado, intc which the sheep, hogs, and most of tho other animal Irid to Iw brought every v ''iiing, ii order to prevent their falling prey to bears, wolves and other wild animals. For many years nearly all tho clothing worr. was of homo manufacture. Even In my time there was spinning and weaving in almost oery household. On almost every farm wai " in which a loom was pt a banging away weaving either linen or woolen cloth. At certain seasous the meadows were seen spread with long webs of bleaching licca s, This linen was used for shocts, towels and clothing. Itinerant shoemakers came with theii benches and kits of tools, ami remained till nil in tho family were shod, ever- - furoier having on hand a supply of leather of his own made nt tho nearctt tannery from the skins of nil own animals. In those days they skinned every animal that had a skin w hen it died hogs, dogs and all. Men who mado u business of breaking und drowsing flax also went from farm to farm; also those who threihed grain with flails, Uio-p- who assorted and handled tobacco, and those who split n ILs. Then there were traveling c und tinners of many kinds. Dancing partias and wHal gatherings of almost every kind, were, in tho early times, called "frolics." Bolides tho'fnilies" projier, inero were iiouo and s digs and Cor. CinciiiimtiKn quirer. flat-boat'ioom-housc,k-table-clothlock-do.tbarn-raisiuglog-roll Through Coaohos nnd Pullman Slooping Cars. Kronj "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. "For eighteen months J suf-crc- d with Chills ami Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to euro, used a bottle of Aycr's A$uc Cure, and have never since had a chill. LOIUNTiilO IO CIliCHKU. I Iti it EDWIX HARPER." rnxiuuEi) ay s. Proprietor ii Determined that Country Hotel in the State in its F&re, Apnointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of their Guetti, Sh&ll be Second to no Cliiclntmll to Chlcago, Iiulliitiitpt)4 to Chicago THROUGH TIME TABLE Via LojIiTllle Lse. tAulssllU Dr. J. C. Ayer & Sold by all Co., Dru-lst- lowoll, Moat " Bagajage will be conferee ta aid rrom tba lr free of charge. Special arroaanolatloas to Comnerrlallraselera. The tlsr will always sapplled with tbe choicest brasdaofLlqiori aad Clears. (; a . f a JO Via ClBflsnall I a ul J se p tu Chleao pm IWi ss I USE Voj-otnblo .. Xf M a w f U p is tnsH ''!.' In llanapolls.... f ( U II p 20 p m Arr. Chlcaga..... . g t9 . in I II6 M a ta in Dall) tl'SllyeieeptrJuo-lay- . fie sure your ticket reada fr will ci:ktaini.y iir&TOnr: tug nun to ird oiiKii.v.11. coi.on. It cases.' It Is a mcilMnjI preparation, and, at the same time, nn elegant nn 1 c U anly toilet article. Its action upon the scalp Is healthful. It nourishes the glands which support tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to thick, soft, and igorous. It restores the color of jouth to locks which hao becomo faded with ago or tn! relict cs and euros Itching, caiu 1 by humors of the scalp. Dr. George r.u, Nashua, N. II., wrlte: "It glics mo pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair IJeuowcr, in observed by ma In very many io rlALLoHAiR RENEWER. i860 THE COURIER JOIIWhL. rla the -. LIVING IDEAS AND LIVC ISSUES as tNLr .r Initnpullri, OH;art!ilam, an.l tlie Hplrlt ofSrcllniial SirlfV. Thnr.iirlfr-Jouri.i- t llsxar VttaBi pi. ttnr.ltfthii'r), latlie a.hti. Represents, tlie Nsaspaoer ol the South. I. Democratio la Jxtlltli., mil tint, I til, ai, alt the tm, Ii for a reduction ol the War Tans a. I vu the m'pU ty the tarW Don Iu fvrc. The Weekly Courier-Journla tlKi e.klr piibliihwl In the I nltfd M4t. an I f r t' jutnt r and quality of niatl-- r that ai jvara In i Ihiio of I. tlie Uii.irr.ir. lit Uleoraphlc nes r ll.lt ilulea cutruaa any othfr pi. r, an I It bxa tlie or the allot nrltrra i c. tr. In the 1 pn"nls the eotintry. the xeek frum eiery itlou i f,VVorlJ. nssf lo In i..l.ti It cltri Ihri uchout the sear a Kr'tter hutul'Ttif Serial iri'l ihort Stories Iy nitnlnent an I t.iptilar bin any cf tl,- n.ni:aln It Ii In ei.ry Model Political and Tamil vla-lg1 MONON ROUTE, A. A C. Ify) as It Is the quickest, the best and moat direct line to Chlra go aixl jiolQta In the Northwest. Tlclcets rla the Morion ISoute on sale at all principal ticket offices. For rates, maps and lull In (U N. formation, addrras WM. 8. BALDWIN, O A. I" J.O'ltEILLV, (ld, A , Chicago. A., UulsTllle. I. tt CHESJIPEIIKEf D OHIO If, m-I- Kcniuclfj'M Itoulo Itint Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. The only line running 1 "" It Faper. iu.,u hlh-prlre- ' lm ivr'.ti nothing but crackers and milk, taking a larg bowl full oveiy two or tin en hour. Now Iw is about the stieetH, as strong and htiirtv as any man of Ids ago for hr is three-M.orund fifteen and has lecuuntl l he practice of law. Cor. It ter Ocean. o s The grounds uttuclit'd to the palac mikado of Japan compnso twenty-si- x Grounds Near the rtlkadoV r.iluce. of the acres. An III ratio Torpedo Let Loose. Masters of upproachiug ths roast of Ti Ipoll aro warne I to beware of an urrntle torpedo w hlch has lately brokwi uwoy from its moorings and ! uppod to In wandering wildly over tho waters of tho Mediterranean. It npprs that tho govorii. nieiit, in mortal trror of an Italian invasion, has had iU coast guurded by men. und n that substantial fortltlcatioug Imve erected, while in the liarlwr a chain of torixj-doo- o was put down. Chicago Tjilmne. vcls Pa., wrltos : " After umvulllngly trying a number of pieparatlons to prciont my Imlr from fulling out, and, realizing (list I was fast ln'comlng bjld, I tiled, us a last icsort, Hall's Hulrltencwer. I haio ucd only four bottles of the Ken wer. and am perfectly sati-ne- d that it Is ths !ct preparation Iu t'.io market for rheeklu; til's f.illlii' out of lmlr, liivl.'onitlirr t'r hair I . uid pmuiotliiii new prowth."' cleanses tho head of dandruff, and leaves tho hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." 1. T. Sundlietn, 1010 Sprtico t., Philadelphia, The "Weekly Courier-Journhns by far tho Iiarttost Olrculr.tlon of nny Democratio Wowapaper iu America. al I'Ui.LMA.v xnv sm:i'i.j c.vus lulled M.i, to u nVml PipTi rr.atliial'! Kreat Iu rntcrpila. ; t,'U ; cr. at In Ha corrtu.- -. uf In Inform. tl..nj ureal In TarlMyj great In eiery .in. iiftliev. rd. tlefWaprrtbatrrrhiJatiiull hair. T I o v. Iih ut It H n Krvt tipiwrtunltr t. ii.ee take It ui nut ttllliuutu be vtlthoiitltlHlhtlrl if. thri.tiglinut Ilia la la ,T prtM , j j,,., a solid'train t'ROM Louisville, Oinoinnatl ii Lexington, Ky to Washington Oity, Connvctlog lu ihn ssme Fust Trains for Now York. Tim Iliicct IUtit to Lynchburg, Danrllle, Norfolk rind all Virginia iu.i .uiiti .itiiiua i uiuia. Tor tickets anl lurthar liiluruiallou, aniilr to your iinarfM ticket olUre or a.ldrns W. V tou- nic, IJIr hnlghtand IVifcuner Auent lslntun tlrot with sreet tree A Hit of linn l.i m sirl-tareifl. r d frt I )riil ml.icrlt-.- . Jn rt. i i.i f n r ji.nt. for Ibrm, m tend ol charno n Curli-r-Juurnt- l .ami t i y f l up I'rtiminu tup) l incut, kIiIuk premlu .i, lu ou) n.lJn.9. lltof FREE PREmiUms. an uwful pmulunia aiil uf .ky mr full i 1) Buckingham's Dye I Ix-e- Ml! 111). WHISKERS commends Itself to nil ili" l.t'.i owjilon t Use n d)o for tlm beard or Miistaehe, It will change gray, fiuKd, or sandy w liiikcrs, to a beautiful brown or black, us dedicd. Tho colors produced nro II iMiiiil mid I It cannot In w.ished off, I'on'aliis no de.mctlio Ingredients, j, i'i.'i", mfe, convenient to use, and effect mil. PHKIMKEI) nV R. P. ILVLL ti, CO., Hashsa, N. IL, U. 8. A. Sold by nil Idlers In medicines. and from tlK)FiotonCliickuiuaugatIeld where Gwi. Lytic fell. In tho centre of tho mullet isarillo bullet, round which tho wood has grown. Frank Lesllo's. A Curious Memento of the War. Gen. Shei Man ii to handle the gavel at tho next annual meeting of tho veterans of tho Army of tho Cumberland. In view of that fact, Gen. J. D. Wilder has sent to Gen. Sheridan a curious memento of tho war in tho Chnttnnoogn region a mallet mado of woodcut from tho crest of Mission Itldge, itln. ca.li luuiiiiiliin li alli.H.J. If the l Int. no Imal oi;tut In )our nflthlior. hucM. ..ii ta tie cur Anfa ConvaMlns Outfit, whlrli it.. iei fi.oof churi;. All .ut" icrlptluu urdiia, niuiila f r nutllta, ratunli Jupliitc ,B'iiuld lj uJ.lrc.i-- to t'mtrlir-Jiiuriiu- Wte: Iv, one In lu ling n frro pr- itilinn Weckl), to. lul.n.r Hie andover, "itiotit' ' '1.50 premium, t i i j jn Tor oery club of (lis names sent'us 'at 'one time, the sender ot club vtlil bo sent as a present an. one ol our Ireo premiums selected by him. I) ill), .in,,ij)( iM llOfO Ilalll (einpt htii.dusi, slxiiittiths A III Iinili , (exiept Nii.dii , nna niimlti J (.) bnnili),cn ar ... yn) .' buudj, lt in, huh . . .,''.','., l.m) !.' trarellne aijents am ernploye-- l by the ( ourier.Jotirnl, I titnpxid local ntii fir It In vs fry i.iinniiiiiltv, tu vh.im a waule. lllwral 8UDS0RIPTI0N TEUMS. )er, O. Vf.riJIlTH, Oen'I Maraer, Ulchmond, II. SS, Ft'LLIin, (J.n'l Pan.' v'i Vluinln ,,...t j,.r Louisville & Nashville R. R, THK aitKAT L.&N. TO TUB WITH n. lr TUItOUGU TRUxVIC LINE -, W. N. HALDEK1AN, rnill.tt Cmr'ir Jril C. loirnviu.i;, KY , SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers, liOlllMTllle Ocean. NVil i. . l i ..... . . .'ut situ by X'. L. Bourne. King; Champagne. Anton Rubitistoin, who is at Prague, has finished a now ballet, entitled "Tho Grape Wine," which Ls shortly to bo produced at ! Vienna. It consists of a bacchanalian danco by twenty-onrepresentatives of different I with to nil tbressoiill tracts of good IHnilnu wines, each of whom begins by escaping from one GO KoikUul, a wine cask. Thoy wind up by paying he o Acre iaiodscoduIoIrk OIS Aeren,tbf Utter the third 14 to the king of tho wines champagne. with comfortable ImprnTemrnu, all rich Isnd Chicago Herald. tn J In separate tracts. Alio 1HO A cren of No 1 Knob Land on Muoo't (lap, near SUnforl. All of this lni has ben lately surveyed and any one Treachery In tho ltoyat Iloiuehold. to purcbise can plat by cilllne on me. wlihlnn Queen Victoria Is seriously angry at tho Will mII low for caiU or on any reasonable time, with interest st 0 per cent; treachery of some momber of tho royal house.1. 31. hold who has been for some time coinmunl-catiu- g tJtanfonl, Kt P. H. I hare a number of to The London Truth thoso paragraphs which disclose to tho multitude ths h ner life of the court Chicago Herald, (Ycarllnci and weanlings) that I will eell low and Thompeoi, IsIa C2AMS.af anrofmr tine feuiabs, aged onea stint J to lib Daka of PUinsiew, nnm nml bnnwn exenaogerer rat newt.a superior aulmal: or I will ,. National Am oiemcckeS I dfsd. A. M. F. l'njliitf Ilomnicc to FOR NAJCE $ MONEY MADE! $ S. lo NiiHhvMIc, e v -- r- ; . eaa mti $4.fr)t Atlnudi, Mfninlsls jn-ng- Acre, .l.0i) pr &f ru Tuilaj for Lt "SIVOUAO- - FEtiSJi. Wm Atiru. E. K. Avory Si (itt JLiUIo Hock, Mobile aud .eiv lrlcauH. Only one change to points In HoiitKouiory. Scfltiftn motthly BUCUlOei), Vmlif 20 Per Cent Profit. aWOj 9 Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road will iccelre special rates. Ac1, Fine Sliortliorn llulla. CCfUt II vtZQTfinfftvSiHEarW n tnontbi oa rM4pl or oi. ovfiU I southern Bono SO tteb. Loulovlllo, Ky, DIVOUAO," awrsea Agents of th i Company lor rates, roulrs cr writs C. P, ATMOUK, O.P.AT.A.. A At UuUsllle, Ky