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I STANFORD, KY., PEIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1886. holding good in the decadence of the em- piro, which had ita start down hill in tbe magnificent reigns of both, though the fret I .1.1 i.r .. ...uuc. i . F nw. t.i.i.1- .- ... uuiu, - u. K..ui..... gorgeous court and extravagant lives among the people; the spendthrift waste of one generation of the bardlr earned treasures that another had amassed. "Hisn tory ever repeats itself' I. a aphorism, as well as a well obtrved fac'; but this repetition U of a distinct Israel-itia- h character. On which account I think it especially worthy of notice. Imagine, if you can, (returning to the Fort at Agra) a structure of red sandstone fresh looking as In the day it was reared by Akuir iO feet high; of a mile and a half circuit, with round bastions at suit able intervale; and summit pierced for can- -' non at regular distances; while the entire circuit is eurmounted by ornamental cren- citations of a bee hive shape. Odce the Jumna washed Its base, but now a good road skirts it between tbe walls and the reModern ordinanco could tired stream. soon reduce it to a heap, for after all the imposing sandstone facing is but a veneer over huge banks of rubble and sand. But though its strength is more apparent than real, as against tbe latest scientific appliances for breaching, it proved a blessed haven of eefuge in the dreadful mutiny of '57. About 5,000 people combitants and non occupied its every nook and corner, during those fiery lumnier heats. Etch quarter wis numbered, and a directory corresponding waa prepved, for guidance in finding where the inhabitants of this extemporized city within walls, lived and perished. well-know- a AanA, N. W. 1. India, Jan. 10th, 1880. Deaii iNTEmon. At the ''Imperial Hotel" which we have now left we were put in one end of what had been a very W. P. WALTON. epscious apartment, but is now converted into two, by building up a brick wall to the Commlttte Meeting Catted. helghtof 16 feet or more, which, however, The Democratic County Committee la re- did not reach the lofty celling by at least quested to meet at the office of the Ikieiii-o- n ten feet. Our landlord's family, piter, ma Jouimxr., on March 1. Uounlr Court ter and four or fivo children, includin; n Jay, to consider matters of itnporimce. A young baby, lived over the wall; occupy full nttendancB in desired. ing o Iy the one room In order to have J.E Lynn, Cba'm. more apartments for lodgers. Convert The following officer are hereby ap- tion, the quarrels of tho lively youngster, pointed to hold the primary election to and the baby's Infantile waitings, ricochenominate candidates for judicial and coun- ted over the top of the barricade, in & fash ty office, in their various precinct, March ion sometimes amusing and then aguin J E Lynn, rather annoying. Especially, about their Clh,J880. Chn'in Djmociatic Citint? Committee. early bretkfaal time, when the clamor of Highland A J Henry, Alex. Haslir, the little fellows wis something prodigious early and judge, D, A. Buiuh, clerk; WayneebnrR -- and deafening They retired F. Floyd, ji4ges, E B rose ditto, which rathe: ran "athwart B F. Warner, II. and Caldwell, Jr., clerk; Tunnel City C. hawie" with us, who go to bed late jud'goi, Jo Peony want to sleep in the drowsy early morning Brown, V. L. McCaxty, we are nut sorry to bo away from the baker, clerk HualoavlHe F. M Yotvell, So Caok.JuJjtes, 0. B. Held, o'crk; "Imperial," which is anything hut a royal JanwM. TuratriTllld Jamta Green, Jr , Jamts M. establishment, though we were well treated 4 days there. Dally, Carter, judge, Robert Given, clerk, Crab and very happy for -- W. F. Abraham., B. A. Middle at the earlloit available moment of attack, Orchard with full ton.Judgc-e- , M. J. Hurls, clerk; Walnut we are assailed by peddler?, , pickr; sharp as hawks and Insatiable in Flat Win Curtis. iUrth CofTey, JudR-J. Q. Lynn, clerk; Stanford Geo. D. Hop. their first exborbitant demands, but coin per, I. M Bruce, Judge, Frtnk McClary, ing down to a ridiculouily smaller figuro when they discover that you don't iitcnd clerk. fCONTINTED NEXT IS3DE Agra is noted far its to be victimized. of tk lolnlor Journal. ITotb Editor A Suggestion as to Convict Labor. marble mosaics and carvings in alabaster FiUMKrosr, Feb 15'.h. I quote from aod To the Kilt tor ot tlie Iiitsrlor Journal. atom; and by judiciously watch, toip your iMt Imos the following WiLUAMgnunu, Feb. 15 (Our corres iug one's chance, very pretty things can be "It is n Tery .mill bulnev, but in keeppicket! up at very small prices. Ibe roar pondent after detailing tl.c wretched Scan ing with Mr Bjbblti'. enmity lowtrde of cot tl let, as the 'children of the troupe," cial condition of the State, its inability to Stanford and her people, that hi ru. oflir wreitlo with the merchantr, in their at provide Immediate prison accommodation ed bill to curtail the jurisdiction in ciril tempts to cheapen this or that, wiw some for Its convicts; tho greit outlay ncceeiary can 1 1 of our 1'jlici Ju'Iri, At present thing tremendous at limes, especially when to purchase material and machinery for that ofGelil oin hear onev from inr ptrl half a dcz'n rival vendors were all holding their employment, and the hardships that of the ounty, and white It ti h ureal cut) working them in the coal mines create OJt their wares at ones and cometing for venlenc. for our cltiitaa to hare suoh a amoni; free miners, all of which we have the bargains with vociferous yells. law, It ha been Invoked in but fer iuttan We go out daily taking the beautiful frequently alluded to, makes the following cee. Mr. Bobbltt mltht employ hit mighty thlnv lobe seen very Ieiaurrly, and always suggestion as to tho employment of those intellect In mttM cf reter pith and expecting a delightfol lime What a joy convicts whose terms of imprisonment are momect." It la now to look forward to everything, too short to permit of their being put to TI. a mistake to iuppi c I am actuated with the full aaticipitlon of having a the trades.) by any enmity tow ml Hmfor I or her cltU If I could resolve myself into a General "good tlm!" Having no wish to go anyten. Djring my lint rice I carried the where or look at anything without the Assembly and clothe myself with power Csurt-houswrd by 33 mtjority and 1 of our ever present Jeens, we and authority to enact law, I would pass a hare rather a tender place for Stanford can enjoy all in HIS, so dear, fellowship, bill empowering the commissioners of the than otherwise. A few of liercilUen I do without a doubt or misgiving. O how I sinking fund or some one else for the State, not like. became ther dj not like me Bit whoso period of lawith, that by a wish I could make all who to employ all convicts no h atility that I en erUin towardi any five ytars, rend these licei puttier of tho lift and bor does not exceed, say three to or that any may entortalu toward me and whose period of labor shall terminate oi, I'eace that come to souls, fully committed can effect me in my representative capacity, grading of some to a "walk with God." A glad surrender within said time, upon the I eland upon a higher plrne. I ham railroad to be built and owned and operaof tbe heart to go with Jtsus "whitherso every bill Stanford hai wked of commisever HE goetb," ii heaven here or yonder. ted by the State, empowering said me. Hit for some time below I came her sion or other party, to receive and hold There is no other. As coming to HIM , n.fi. tf tho Sta'.o any .. I aaw tbe annoyance and vexatious effect of ' -" , (.men Ktver or a tain run Wauobut-way or with HIM moans abiding ptace to any deeds for land, deeds of right of Crab Orchard, or the remotest part of the saint. With what equanimity, then, can any other aubicription that might be do county being compelled to leave hladiitrict building and one meet the ills "common" to mankind, nated for the purpose of and be tried at Stanford, where he 'waa equipping eaid road, authorizing them that may not be avoided, even by faith; or compelled to take all his witnesses thouch beeu graded, to, the "light tfllictioDs for a moment" that when any road shall have tbe amiunt in controversy waa only '25 mortgages upon said "work out a far more exceeding and eternal if necessary, execute cent, and the Johs of hie local courts wero weight of glorv" or even the fiery darts" road for money enough to put on the rails wide opeo, and I told the people if 1 were authorizing the said comto unwilling and rolling stock, of saian, that tly in elected I would repeal the claure. It mty sin. Thank God, c may know no other mission to solicit subscription to said road; ashe very convenient to Stan'ord to have if we so purpise. Thoee who "walk with to appoint a surveyor general with two auch a clauw in her charter, hut quite insistants to survey and locate said road after God," keeping themelvs in his dear love, convenient to thepsople of Incoln county. been granted cau not commit the sin, that once defiled the right of way shall have I have known men to be brought for nearly the life, and weighed tbe conscience like to the State, fifteen miles to be wltiiHMes in civil cases It I thought I could succeed in passing very lead. Praise the LOUD Thin may not often occur, but tho fact that eome kind of a bill that would insure tbe Our first trip was to the Agra Fort, Iu It may occur is a spirits of tyrany that many repects one of the mot remarkable building of railroads In this way I would ought not to be toleraieJ iu a free county spots in India. It wm built by the croit be a candidate in my district, though I had where courts are open in every voting pre Akhar the great founder of the consoli to make as many races and suffer as many cinct in tho county. What would the citi- dated "Moghul Empuw." defeats as F. F. Bobbltt said; bo had dono zens of Stanford think if the police judge But first let me sate tny suspicions if for the purpoas of amending tho criminal of Crab uould fores the citizens ot codes of practice in regard to selecting junot convictions, as to theie invaling .Stanford to come to Crab Orchard for trial from the North Country. Thoy rors in felony cases. But as I am not a in civil caer? I will give you an iuatancn were stout, ruddy men, the general assembly I have not proposed a to ehow how tho law operate: A lititrit ttodira Afghatib The wore cloth coals, bill fuliy BitLffaclory to myself. How long of thu Highland precinct went to '.?( wire light trousers, armour and boots.,"' This would It take ettch criminals whoeo terms M S. HtMin and alatexl hi oaso and want grade oeuleoc 1 copy from a reliable historical of laborexplre within five years, to 'fcqutro Bislin told him cd n i irrtnt It struck from 2310 50 mile of railroad and what Account of the Mnghul Empire. not to get the warrant, h- would be beaten. me "all of a heap" when I rod the unsue would that 25 to 50 mike of roid bid be The would-b- e litigant went to the police peoliog ttstimony of thu impaxial chroni- worth to the State, suppoolng it to be a conj ldgo of the city of Stanford und got the cler. For again I rc:?gniz)d the imperial necting Hue between two other roads, or a warrant and it waawcru-- on the defendant race, "ecaltered and pive!J" but "terrible route to some good cosl field? and what to nppesr at .Stanford, and hlthongh, I am from their beginning, hitherto." Who would It cost the Slate oulstdo of the coninformed, (he chim wai not Ju it, yet tho cau these lordly conquerors of Asia be, vict labor? Any convict can use n pick or default it, rather that ; to Htauford and but tbodc.nd&nt5of thb eamo Abraham, a shovel, but not every one can make a pair take hia witnesses to bent the cu, paid tho to whom the promUe of world wide do- of uhoes or boots or n broom, and do other money olalmed, which wut only 52, thin be minion holds good to day? Remember, such work as can bs provided for them iniugcheap.r than goin to Stanford to de- how the greater part of the tribes of Ju side tho walls of tho penitentiary. And by fend It. You tee In this inniance distance dab, and Levi, were left in Babylon, when this means the prison would never be and the clause in the charter wero uied as a fragment returned to the "fatherland," crowded. I feel assured that if tho LegisInstrument to extort money from tl i do and the link is fairly established. Those lature would go to work and pass euch a fendant. One of your own tntijlitritek bom masters of tho planet struggled off law that soon we would have railroads all said that your jwllce judge ought tnt to euv.wiird and wherever yon find masterful through the Slate, thereby receiving not have nny civil jorUdictlon in tho Stanford minds, elegant architecture and a capacity only a good revenue from the road but precinct only to oufurcj tho ordinances for rule, I b'lleve, firmly, that "Israel ac- the road would Increase the value of the of the city, end the membjra cordion to thetlNb"isi not far off They lands and a great deal would be gained and ws say ought to amend ray bill and here I are 'under a cloud" everywhere, just now, by taxation on said land, or, If necessary, your city judge l 1' civil, jurisdiction but it is the paulng vapor that dims the tbe State might lease tho road bed to some even In the Stanford preclnd, und lei- him sun, but for a time. 330 years ago, then, company and let the company lay the track jurisdiction omside the city Akbar, this grand Israelite who built and put on the rolling stock. There is any have no civil limits. Since I have been at JTxankfori I Agra, Fort, ,when,only H years old, ascend amount of land in tbe State of Kentucky have been compelled to tfo toSlanford once ed bis throne his grandfather Babar had now taxed at 50 cents and $l per acre that to attend to a suit for a ldy defendant who won from the Afghan dynasty that pre- would be worth $20 to 150 with a railroad through it and there are various eections of llyee outetde of Btanjord pclnct and 12 ceded him. miiM fmm court, when three courts are my mind takes the country that would not only give the right I am Impressed as F. F. BoDnrrr. open in her own town. Israelltish track, with the analogy between of way for a road, but would donate thousands of dollars to the State for the building Henry, don't forget. Akbu and the real eetabllaher of the Careful Wifd-"N- ow, dynasty, and "David the King," who of a railroad. Tho bind nround,your hat mains order, thot In my judgment no better law could be same for Jacob's eeed, more than enacted. Within 10 years the State would medicine at the druggUtij.tbeetrlng eround dul the 2 000 years before. In Shah Jehan Ak-ht- r'a be out of debt, taxes could be reduced and yonr fioger ,is lot the theatre ticketi; the able and magnificence loving grand the State own hundreds of miles of you to uo Is to remind bow on your This is where Kentucky is beson whoee taste and treasure built most post myJe,lUr,to soeihat; and the. knot in hind other States. Extend railroads all of of the grand monuments atill remaining through the State and you will see little your handkerchlsl li hr thu 1 b oireful of hereaway we have a second Solomon. cities spring up where now the land is val. needles. God'bye, detr, o I' l c'3;o and .'.i.klutf ued for taxes at 50 cent) per ucra. y,i. 'f understood If weerodlt that f J.50 will peeled and'deniandcd. ii3ii aWnxm. oahix. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo and Nothing Else." Cards are ont for 77" marrlsge of our the ""isouie ynung townjoian, Je ee Dunn, WHISKY FOR SALE. Hundrod and Twonty-Fiv- e Barrels. n. w, mwyra 8juth Carolina. Tneeccntricities U ex. 1 tbe Democratic pirty. are such ss to suggest tbe probability that the GEOICGE S. OA1IPENTER elements are in conspiracy with polit- Ii a Candidate for County Clerk, subject to the ac ical reformers, to do away with the tion oi me democracy. Si'unal Service as well as tho Geologies J. SI. JOHNNON Survey und Board of Equalization. Caodldato for Assessor of Lincoln county, tub J. B Cock is visiting his sister at JIs a to the action ot the Democracy. oct Nashville, and, incidentally, exhibiting to the Tennoseans a creditable specimen of WILLIS C. B Kentucky productions. Carroll Eeid, who a Candidate lor the ofSia of Jailor of Lincoln la was irretrievably late during our wedding county, auljcct to primary election of tbe Demofestivities, is beginning to catch up and cratic party. will soon be abreast of the times. iV. T. SAUNDERS In spite of the rigors of tbe season, A. B McKinney has succeeded iu bringing Is a Candidate (or Jailer, subject to the actlcn ol the Democracy. through nearly 100 Iambi in good condition. G. C Lyon sent in a liberal speciT. M. PENNINGTON men of his "Dale Farm Butter," which for Is a Candidate forCounty Clerk ol Lincoln, tub-cc- t beauty and excellence is unsurpassed. The to the action of tho Detncracy. only objection that ctn be urged against It Is that it uoGta us for enjoying a common B. PAXTON article. la a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the Dr. Brown is laid up from the effects, primary election to occur tbe drat Saturday In Aiarcn. apparently, of a severe cold. His practice during the late severe weather has b;en JUDGE W. O. JL4.NSFORD exceedingly laborious, and exposure and a Candidate for County Attorney ol Lincoln, Ii loss of rest has dune its usual work. G, aubjectto the action of the Democracy. M. Givens has been confined by an affec tion ot his eyes which is very painfal and JUDGE T. W. VARNON disables him entirely. Eb. Kennedy is be la a Candidate for to the office of Councoming so fat foraging on his constituents ty Judge, subject to the action of the Democracy. that his watch dogs refuse him admittance JAMES IV. ALCORN whan he attempts to visit his family. fa a Cadldate for Circuit Judge In tbe this Dig. Mr. niram niatt bought of J. V. trict, riH'ject to the action of tbe Democracy. Rifle the fine bay stallion, Wallace Denmark, Jr , for $500 cash. This animal has R. O. WARREN made a record In all the fairs in this and la a Candidate for to office of neighboring counties, taking all the hon- monwealth's Attorney ol tbe 8tbe Judicial Comlb. Dla trict, tubject to tbe action of the Democracy. ors of his class with all the ease and elan of an equine Napoleon. J. B. Green testiO. II. WADDLE fies that notwithstanding the only special a Candidate for Commonwealih'a Attorney of preparation li6 ever had for his contests la tbe 8th Judicial Dlr'rlct, aubjectto thaaction'of was to have hia mane and tail combed out ttlA aciuwiiv na iu nAMJUIIiili. fill on the morning cf the show, be was never JOHN S. VAN WINKLE beaten. The news of the sudden death last is a Candidate for Circuit Judge of tbe 6th subject to tbe Primary election ol the Demweek of two old and representative citizens ocratic party to be held tbe lit Saturday la March, of Danville has fallen upon our community 1SSG. with peculiar solemnity. Bath were well W. L. DAWSON known and highly esteemed by our people, la a candidate for Jailer Of Lincoln County, tuband the families of both have our warmest sympathies in their great bereavement. ject to t he action of the Democrat Ic party. of the wentrnr !...,, i,4Bum. a, UIIWBtil U p. .I WllllinCI Ii a Candidate for Aiscuor, 1 E. I). KENNEDY subject to the action ot Made by W. M. Ball, one, two and; three years old. Apply at once to 80-JT. A. TjYTLE, Admr. THELATEST! Between the 20thanl the last ol this month, I will open handsome lino of ladles' and in tests' cambric and linen undnrwer, tbe very best quality, diratt Irotu New Yt rk. Ploaso do not forget that 1 wtll also open n handsome Una of Millinery April 1st. In the next Issue I shall state where my room will be. 78-2- m iUETT 31US KA TE I) VJ DKItA It. At tbe I'oat-Offlc- o. JGWCOMJS HOTJEIi SIT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel la atlll maintaining lta fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. well-kno- 31- 83-o- m P. XEWCOVn, rro'r, Jit. Vernon, Ky. J. J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. BKraXSBNTIHQ Jacob Miller Manufacture 32 & Sou, of the Celebrated North Third itreet. - . PHILADELPHIA White, fancy and Flannel Shlrti, Oreralla and Underwear. New York office. f3l Broadway. EAGLE SHIRT, PIANOS AND ORGANS. McaMa.B.B.A L.J. Cook are Agcnta for the John Church A, Co. Planoa anl Organs, which the following most excellent Instrumenta.-Knabf A Co., Hauelton Broj., Decker A Son and Everett Pianos Abo. Clough A Warren and tbe John Church A. Co. Orgam. Tbeaa Imtrumenta are imut excsllent la tone, of great durability and wo defy competition. AH of then, are warrantel - Kaferencea: A. K. Penny, Mra. h. M. Carbenter, J. JI. Philips. J. M. Mooroand James lirazley, Stanford; Mra. Magjlo Uolmea, Crab Orchard; Gen. W. J. Landram and Miss Lizzie Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. ce JS'.l'iy"- IiBE F HUFFMAN, SUnGEOK DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. OQc South ildc Main Street, two doon above tho Myera Hotel: FnroNltroua Oxide Qai adininlt'.ered when required. t, OLUBBIM RATES. To those desiring additional reading matter we will club the e se The city in which they lived and labored and died will show their memory appropriate and heartfelt honor. May it not be permitted to those who elsewhere appreciate the upright and useful, to drop a word in tribute upon their sepulcher. It ig not my purpsse to present a biography. This will be done bv abler bands. But their departure recalls the time when, 47 years ago, when boyhood's hopes were bright, when youthful sympathies were strong, when attachments based on solid worth were formed, the writer came in contack with Alexander McKee and Robert A. Johnstone. Through all the eventful scene of this teeming half century their record has been one that justly claims the proud motto of Bayard'e escutcheon, "Without fear, and without approach." With tbe former I had simply a pleasant personal ac quaintance. Circumstances threw me into and intimate relation with the a life-lolatter But I dare not yield to my mem ories farther. Will the allllcted families accept the honest condolence of one who loved and honored their loved and lost ng la a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county, to tho action of the Democratic party. SAM. M. OWENS SKMMVEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL As follows: iub-Je- ct With the Weekly Courier-Journ- al D. It. CARPENTER, HUGHES la a Candldata for m rvnnnr a ttnm subject to the action of the Democratic patty. " " " ' " " " " " New York World New York Sun Harper' Magazine 83 00 2 80 3 CO " N. W. In lact, no matter what publication you desire, we can furnish it 1th our paper and stb you Is a Candidate lor Superintendent Public Ecooli tne trouble and expense of remitting for it, of Lincoln county, aubject to tbe action of tbe from SOcenu to f 1 60. Democratic party. Old subscribers, who have already paid, ran ava'l thelvc- - f ,i.j bj tu difference between 82 and tho amounts named. M P. WALTON, Pro'r, btanford. A. ROGLE9 " 6 CO Harper's Weekly 5 20 Southern Bivouac.............. 3 00 Home and Farm 2 60 "' iuh REV. J. It a Candidate for Superintendent Public School of Lincoln, subject to tbe action of the Democracy. LUMBER! Dresaod fine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards, finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Songh, including Laths and Shingles. SFor the convenience of our customers In Stanford and vicinity wo bare arranged with Geo. It. lVeare.n to keep on his yards an assortment of our Lumber, where they can gat It as cheap as from us direct. He will a!v make estimates for any bills not on hands, which wo will fill on abort W. R. WITHERS la a Candidate for Aueisor, aubjoct to oftbe Democracy. the action J. D. SWOPE la a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, auljcct tO'tbo action of the Democracy. GEOICGE R. COOPER la a candidate for Cou.ity Clerk of Lincoln, subject to the action of the L emocratlc party. notice. JJJRJb VIX Jb I A VIS, Lily, Ky. one? mas-ulma- JAMES Bucken's Arnica Save. The boat SiIto In tha world lor Cuts. Bruises I a CHndldato for Circuit Clerk, eubject to tbe ol tho democratic party. Sores, Salt Ithcum, Forcr Soros, Tetter, Chapped Uandi, Cbllblalna, Corns and all Skin Eruptlona, and positively curoa Piles, or no pay req ulrM. I, T. D. NEW LAND Is guaranteed to glvo porfoct eatlifacllon, or monoy Is a candidate for Sherlit of Lincoln oountv. tub rofunded. Price 2$ centi per boi. Tor sale by Ject to tlie action of the democracy. Penny A McAHtter. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr J. M. Horrli, an oli cltlzsa of Heme, Ga. aye that he bad been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for threo yean; at times could scarcely walk, and bad tried many remedies without benefit, before ho began taklog Electric Blttera and P. RAILEY O. & M. MISSISSIPPI from I W , The direct through line aud old established route THE SEMI-WEEKIj- Y- Lonisvillo & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in the We3t. Two (! Da'ly Trains from Louisville to 8U Louis. Three tf lutly Trains from Cincinnati to M. Louis. Only IO ho urn -t trum Luulsrllle and Cincinnati to-- t. Louie. anointing hli hands with BucUen'a Arnica Salve, T"his treatment aQordcd him great relief and ho strongly recommends Electric Hitters to all who suffer with Kidiioy Complaints ior need a Blood Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAHster. Tho Only Lino by whloh you can got a Throush Stooping Car From Cinclnttl to St. Louis. S-" Most Excellent. Atkins, Chief of Pollco, Knoxvllle, Tenn,, J. J. writes: "My family and.1 are beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine. Dr. King's New Dltcov ery for Consumption; having Jfound It to be all STAK1TOHD..KY. that you claim fjrlt, desire to testify to its virtue. My frlcndi to whom I have recommended it pialie It at every opportunity." Dr. Klng'a New Discovery for Consumption is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evIi published, every Tuesday and Friday at the lowprlwof ery atTectlon of the Throat, Cheat and Lungs. Trial Bottles Frcaat Penny A McAllater'a Drug Store. YEAR. TWOIDOLLARS Largialze. 81. ssraf?,rc Interior Journal COXVX. through trom Loulsrille J.1IU and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes belug m;de up of a combination of small roads. Tho Ohio A Mississippi Hallway runs Palatial Sleopinz Cars on nhthl trains: ; Luxuriant Par- lor Cars on day tralus: Klegant Day Coach es on an trains. Direct and close connections are made In UNION DKPOT8 with dlrerglog llnea by iheO. A M. lUllway, thufaroldtug troblesome transfers by athtr routes. The Ohio A Mls.IaMppl Railway Is the onlr line between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louie under one management, running all lta trains through solid and In consequence la recognized Hrst-ClaHoito between thoee Cttlea. PllO O J. Rr TtT ltheonly line running W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. PER by-la- di-ve- To say that wo bttTe bcengtren the Agincyof Dr. Marcbtil'a Italian Pllo Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Pllea. Price 60c a box. For sale by Penny A McAHster, Druggists. Positive Cure for Piles. the peopled thli county we would OF Alt. CLASSES Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting Unas for lull particulars aa to raUa, time, maps, circulars or nuy dealied Information, or write to KOBT. H. FOUMAN, Trav Paw. ag't O. A M. ll'y. Sou eraet. Ky, W. MPKABOUV. W.B.SUATrUC. Uvn. Pass. Ag't, Pre, aad tien'l Uan'gr, Cincinnati, O. Daughters,' Wires and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. March lil'a a Fomale Uemedy, t cure Female Diseases, auch Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and '111.? Pit- Mo-gb- Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o I Llfe.Leuchorrhtca, beside many weakneuea springing from tbe above, like Headache, Bloating, Spl-nWeakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. Tor aale by Druggist. Prices 81 and 81 60 per bottle. Send to Dr. J B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y.( for pamphlet, free. For aale hv' Penny A MeAlUter. Drugglsta. al u KturmftlL i rl Afnfi ir icm t a. t'RIUtUsV, Kold hf llmceM ei try n hr r. t frr ' (.'hlrhr in bntfliMii" k'enujrrttyiu I'lIU 19 t)iHht. (lUfTiLswj Ullnk 4ullwtr Kb ' ai ii Lwt)IF.-1 L'klvhfcfetrr'M r.u i. Sto u Ol'Ui' fr PArr ',1 ,, Xl V - .c If , ..51 r 1 " HAGAN'S ,!WiUU,4 ItrtMtiltinf, tHJ.tf t it) W f JlrMjcl'Hw 4J .ucU ,,Mi.'iiUr t utp if r. Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. JJfS-ei- aj SijW t4biStiltfuirv Striic.tr triA. V7I TO ti lT Skuiunlh Ltd Ik tUMkl u( thil Cllki U ...kt , ami hi rM if n ,i i,atal Mtufeca ppr I THAT HACKING COUOU cin be iJ qulokl cured by Sblloh'i Cure. We guarantee It. MI,. Bouruo. ICnsitt.slsilO?'' ClaeinlJJf5pt uo f. mi .nS'isuT ivu. Cfcuon ih u.ot ol th. Ir til,' U.4 r btliy l"Uktti,u -- Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell; andw can't tell. 1 Nfc hte)n I Stanford, Ky., February W. P. WALTON. Rhby Boyd, the Gov. McCreary, has introduced a Wll providing that all coin now in the Treasury, not held for resumption purposes, be applied to the 10, 1886 liquidation of the public debt, and that the coinage of silver dollars be continued, as at present required by law. Oun representative in Congresa, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. baaBtlr creature whose Mr. Boswell wants to pay physicians course droTe his young bride $100 for performing post mortem examito suicide, now endeavors to shield himself nations, instead of $10 as now. The House refused by a vote of 52 to from the indignation against him by that she waa untrue to him. The 10 to allow South back salary and then dirty hound, already deserving death, mer- killed the bill to abolish the office of Warits it now in the most torturing manner. It den. A bill waa offered in the House re is enoueh to have blotted out a bright young life by hia perGditjj it is hellish to quiring a brand to be placed upon all goods blast her memory to excuse his own dis- produced by convict labor and offered for digrcful Intl-mttin- g I Ac, at lowest prices. bill has been introduced in tho av lllliailT A'ZSJF.TCAXjF. Houso granting an annual pension of $5,000 to the widow of Gen. W. S. Hancock: The House after a full day's debate adopted Mr. Thompson's substitute for the CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, mil to rtquiru uuuuliea to support their This powder nem win. A marvel own paupers, which proposes to divide the "ngth mil wboleMiacness. More of purltr. a horse of same description for $130. Wm. OARRARO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. expense between the State and county. lhn the. ordinary kinds, and can not economicalla STANFORD, KY. Mooreland bought same day of F. F. San- - coropMltlon with the multitude of low bn told teat, short The Illness of Mr. Henry Watterson has A bill to reduce all the salaries of pub Lancaster. didge a fine gray gelding for $150. Messrs. weight alum or phosphatajiowders. Hold only In Offers bis srrTlces lo the people of Stanford and and he been of a most alarming nature, cant. IlorALlUKlno I'owdjch CO., vicinity, long txperleara and careful attention lic officers from the governor down has 150 new paterae In lace pins, and breast Beard & Turby, of Cleveland, Tenn., en 100 Wall dlteet, N. Y. guarantee satisfaction. IJulIJIng material of has hovered between life and death for been introduced. There is nothing said pins, &c, these are all spring styles. Call description furnished at low rates. Wednesday shipped from Hinman's stables several days, buA with careful nursing it about tho legislators, who will continue to and see them. Thompson, the Jeweler. It. to their home, a car-lo- a j of brood marcs be now seems that his valuable life will draw mileage and $5 per day for doing nothJ, E. Benson A Son haye opened a first-cla- purchased in this vicinity at prices ranging epared to the State which holds him in the ing. shoemaker's shop, something badly from $70 to $150. highest esteem. Acute meningetia proves Mr. Ramsey, of Laurel, wanto the needed, in the rooms over Batson'a storeCircuit Court proceedings. Commonfatal in the majority of cases, but Mr. blind tigers suppressed. Sam Burdett, who room. wealth vs. Cary Smith, malicious cutting, Is relied on to strong constitution ought to know, says a blind tiger is a 21 late paterns in Ladies' and GenU' bond forfeited and summons issued against help him over the crisis. Mr. Watterson mountain that has no proprietor. Gold watches, plain and fancy, applied filled Mr. Prentice's place most credit- You go in, put your money on a revolving work in solid gold, the moat stylish watchea sureties; same against Leslie Sharp, mur has ably, but if he should die we know of no shelf; it disappears and in a few minutes a made, from $35 to $150 each. Thompson, der, and order of arrest Issued against Perry King, a witness for prosecution; one upon whom his mantle could worthily glass of whisky makes its appcirance. It. same vs. Kate Lee, bawdy house, bond the Jeweler. ML There has been expended to this date Marriage license was issued Wednesday forfeited, Ac; same vs. Amanda Brlicoe, A dispatch received from the lima late about $S0,000 in the construction of the to W. 0. Anderson and Misa Laura Bal malicious cutting, continued; same vs. J. yesterday says: Mr. Watterson is better branch penitentiary at EJdyville. If anlard, both of Garrard. Oa Thursday to Moore and R.Wheeler, unlawful cohabitathis afternoon, his pulse and temperature other appropriation is voted by this AssemGeo. Dryhouse, of Garrard, and Miss Eliri tion, dismissed as to Wheeler, trial and re-ceiv- 'd are both being reduced. His physicians bly it will require the levying of an addi- Hunt, of Lincoln county. verdict of "not guilty" as to Moore; same hopeful. tional tax of three centa on the $100 worth Tho regular quarterly meeting began whisky sellErcooNiziKQ that the constitutional lim- of property. There is some talk of aban at the Presbyterian church Wednesday vs. Arch Danny, appeal No. 2, General Assem doning the work entirely and making no evening. The pastor, Rsv. W. O. Goodloe, ing, trial and judgment for $100. On Wedits of the session of the nesday Tom Williams was tried for the bly expires in 10 days and that not over a further appropriation. rCor. Lonisvllle will be assisted by Revs. Moffett, of Stan killing of George Warren at Shelby City half dczsn measures of importance hare Times. ford, and Wishard, oi Danville. last September. The prisoner was defended ofbecome laws, Capt. Phil Thompson has Mr. Merredith has offered a bill to Mr. Alex. Conn, the portrait painter, by R. P. Jacobs and J. W. Yerkes, Esqs , fered a resolution indefinitely extending create a Commiseion to investigate the now has his studio in tho rooms over Missand prosecuted by Messrs. M. C. Saufley the session. For a body that started out booka of the State auditor and treasurer es Noel'a millinery store. Senator Ferdiand R. Harding. The defense was that bo auspiciously, the Legislature is a sad and proposes as commissioners D. C. Wil nand D. Rigney attended the funeral of his ! the parties were good friends and that the disappointment to everybody and it ought cox, of McCracken county; Judge Fontaine little grand-son- , Robert Rigney, Wednesits time is up and go T. Fox, Jr., of Louisville, and John W. day morning. Misi Nellio Duncan la vis- shooting was purely accidental. The jury to adjourn when found a verdict for manslaughter and fixed home. It is as costly and useless an insti- Tuttle, of Wayne county. They are to be iting friends in Lawrenceburg. Mies Eva defendant's punishment at ten years in the tution as ever asssmbled at Frankfort. Cele-brate- d paid $5 per day for making the investiga Bradler. of Stanford, is visiting Mr. R. C. penitentiary. In the suit of S. M. Boone tion, have twelve months in which to make Bradlev. Misa Mamie Dunn, of Lower against editor F. M. Green, of the RichAn exchange says that there are now 25 restricted. If Garrard, is visiting Mias Kate Burdett, Postofilce Inspectorships to be filled by it and are not in any way mond JUgUler, for defamation of character, examinations, and they desire they can scrutinize every entry near town. Col. T. Z. Morrow, of Somerset, appeared means of competitive books since the foundation of the John W. Bisk, a Kentucky Central aa leading counsel for plaintiff, while the more than 3,000 candidates yearning to be in the brakeman, slipped from a moving engine defendant was represented by Hon. C. F. examined. Several hundred of the candi- Government. here Tuesday evening and sustained inju- Burnbam. After some little sparring ben dates who pass will have no possible NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ries which resulted in his death eleven tween the distinguished gentlemen the case so that he who chance of getting appointed, The debt of Fayette county, which all hours later. Ho was thirty years of age, was continued and defendant given 30 days passes will not be much better off than matures in the next seven years, ia $199- ,- unmarried, and a native of Newark, O, in which to file his answer. he who doesn't paBS. Happy the man 000.- where his parents now reside, lhey were who has nothing to do with competitive MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. A family of seyen persons were burned making what is known in railroad parlanco look to tho Govexaminations and doesn't to death in their home near Plymouth, as a "running switch." Bisk was on the Managed by Jno. B, Fish. ernment for support. Wis. rear of the encine for the purpose of un Mis Cleo vVilliams haa returned from Rev. J. B. Braly, of Nortonville, Ky., The bill which passed the House recoupling it from the freight cars. He did a visit to friends in Garrard county. drowned himself in the Mississippi because quiring counties to pay one half the this and in trying to place the coupling Tne following came by telegraph last of supporting pauper idiota is like of unrequited illicit love. slipped from his po- night: Jesse Fish and Miss Bernettie Fish, pin on the draw-head- , The Morrison Tariff Bill, introduced better than no bread. the half of a loaf sition to tho track and was caught by the daughter of W. M. Fish, were married at It will save the State about 540,000 to start Monday, contemplates a reduction of moving cars, which dragged him a consid- the latter's residence this afternoon. on last year'a revenue. on besides reduce the number of such erable distance, breaking his thigh bone, The statement that ie being circulated Congressman John M. Glover, of St. idiots to actual neiesaities, by causcutting hia head in a horrible manner and to the effect that Mr. R C. Warren wanted Louis, has filed suit against the Missouri ing a closer and more searching investigotherwise injuring him. He waa brought Rockcastle cut off from this district is only ate when those unfortunate persons are Republican for $100 000 damages. Tratimoninla from somo of our to the Hamilton Hotel and the best medi- an electioneering scheme. There is not a Liuooln Conductor John Harraban, brother of put upon the public charge. cal aid summoned, but to no avail. Hie word of truth in it. Rockcastle stood by county Airmors in our (xAbCsaioii. dropthe General Manager of the remains were taken to Newark Thursday Mr. Warren beforo and will do ss again, The gamblers will bavo to pack their ped dead at Nashville, Wednesday. CHILLED PLOWS. morning for interment. For fourteen years all reports to the contrary notwithstanding. more congenial gripsacks and leave for Will E Jmunds, white, shot and killed The senate has very properly de- Hamp Beazley, colored, at Paris. The ho had been engnged in the calling in Dem climes. D.N. Williams, Chairman of the No 2 Sauth JJeml 10 inoh cut 87 50 cided that if they ply their nefarious buei. quarrel was about a wonnn in a house of which he finally met his death. He waa ocratic County Committee, haa been asked No. 3 j ii it 8 f)0 n member of the United Brotherhood of by some of the candidates for the various nes3 in this State and are convicted of it. ill repute. I 0 ii ii No. 1 9 00 Brakemen. they must fill felon's cells acd the House county offices to call a primary election for A bill has been introduced in the Ohio 10 li i it No. 10 10 00 committee has agreed to report favorably Legislature, the object of which is to suphe Said So. the G.h of March. All other candidates Mr. Waddle Denies that who dcrfiio to submit their claims to the To the Editor of the Interior Journal. on the bill. This ia a class of rascals that press the assignation columns of the CinSTEEL PLOWS. every honest man joins in saying that they cinnati Enquirer. In reference to the language you attribute action of the democratic party at a prima. No. .3 Hamilton Clipper, 10 inch cut... S 0 00 to me in my speech at Middleburg, in your ry election, will Inlortn Mr. Williams as must go. Charles A. Fellows, aged twenty, while No. 3 11 " ... 9 0 last issue, you will please dp me the justico soon as possible so that he can order the In a card elsewhere Mr. Waddle denies in a drunken frenzy, murdered his No. 1 Hamilton, with IJjw Centre to say that I did not use the language quo- election, The following are the names of 10 50 language attributed to year-old that he used the wife at Cleveland, Kansas. ted, but tho language I there used waa the officers of the primary election to be No. 5 Hamilton, Ceutro Draft, 12 in. cut 1 1 00 him in our last imue, on what we consider-ere- d They were married in July. similar to the language I have need since held on the Cth day of March next: Proundoubted authority. As it is our Fur8tit Bradley Sulky Phwe, best on A passenger car on the Ohio Central of the canvass as to the avail- duct No. 1, Ml. Vernon, J. M. Fish and intention to "tote fair" in the race, we jumped tho track and Into the Kanawha the beginning earth 38 00 myself and competitor. I dejire F. M. Curtis, judges, S. II. Martin clerk; give him tho benefit of the statement, along river. One man was killed outright, six ability of Resprctfully, further to say that I do not intend to be precinct No. 2, Copper Creek; Perander with the assurance that we have never drowned and eight wounded. driven into a controversy as to a matter Hiatl and Alford Luce, judge, J. F. Wal-leheard in an acquaintance of a number of The Distillers in convention at Lex clerk; No. 3, Scaffold Cane, G. W. or his honor ington rwolved not to increase tho manu evidently gotten up for campaign purposes. years, his veracity questioned Such a churce amuses rather than irritates Jones and Jno. T. Stephens, judges, J. N. impugned. facture of liquors over last year, when it me, for you know it is the sinking ship that Ogg, clerk; No. 1, Crooked Creek, W. D. Mr. Rioney presented a petition of the reached 10,022,000 gallons in the State. hoists the danger signal, and not the one McGulre and Russel Howard, judge, Jno. The Democratic Convention for the IHew lawyers of Danville asking that the Stipe-rio- r riflHk. riding on the waves of a successful yoyage. C. Chllders, clerk; No. 5, Skagg Creek, D. Court be continued. This is unneces- Sixteenth Judicial district has O. H. Waddle. Respectfully Yours, M. Cress and H. II. McCluro, judges, J. N. George N, Brown for Circuit Judge and sary. The court will be continued anyA correspon-en- t Brown, clerk; No. 0, Glades, M. B. predominate in the S. G. Rinner for Commonwealth's AttorACunEFouDirirraEniA. way, as tho lawyers and O. II, Cable, judges. R,S. Marney. of a Victoria (V. I.) paper writes: General Assembly. It ia harder for a An engine running wild at tho rate of of your family bo at- tin, clerk; No. 7, Livingston, Thomas Carcamel to go through the eye of a needle thirty miles au hour dashed into a freight "Should you or any rier and J. W. Mink, judges, J. T. Robert, than to have a fat office abolished, when it train at Kanawha Station, W. Va., causing tacked with diphtheria do not be alarmed clerk. as it is easily and speedily cured without a once gets established. a wreck and killing the freight engine fireBe Accuiiate Say you were, not you doctor. When it was raging in England The Louisville Commercial states the man.The fine and coats in the case of L. K. a few years ago, I accompanied Dr, Field ww; it waa I, or we, or they, not it whs me,cr case exactly when it says: It is as much a them; fewer people were there, not less peoand R. de Roode for assaulting Col. H. on hia rounds to witness the so called 'wonpart of the daily news to report that a Gratz, with intent to kill, tried ple; he taught me, not he learned me; he at the last derful cures' be performed, while the paOver 100,000 Holtl Enat Ycnr.-Victor- ious man's reputation is attacked aa to report In riold Content. term of the Fayette Circuit Court, foots tients of others were dying on all sides. put it on the table, not on to the table; that a vindication has been eccured later The remedy, to be so rapid, must be sim- he advised or counseled me to use the -u. He Oliver Chilled Plow. lau.e ther an up just $1,000. .V."."" run hum n.l -uai'ivn lumi Kliius ill rill ii n II rT vnlf tn , nxliil.1.1. 11.. or that anything else haa been happened to ro During the recentcold snap and snow ple,. All he took with him was powder of book, not ho recommended mo to do so; oughlr CMMed, hav.no soft spots la them n,"soil OW. wcta" no't ode" c,n him though, of course, no not prettily, alc.ru,t with these she looks pretty ccu.'n'' havltiR a Sloping landtlrfe, which wl Btorm In Florida tho unsophisticated chick- sulphur and a quill, and The oili.?al thoroughly centre draft How " "I" he..ntlrlr remove.! hy a ft mlnu EJ 'uk. newspaper gives any indorsement to an Uio prcuuro on plows. Tho Oliver Ui.llM Clllto with ens greedily snapped up the first enow he cured every patient, without exception. though we may say "she looked prottily Manufacturerfound try all strafght an Infiriorplow. to Imltato mu,Iriii ?.i iV ili Tho "Oliver" Ins a unproved charge. her friends while thanking them for history o plowwill making, from 1,500 in U70 ti ov r flakes that fell, supposing them to be a new He put a teaspoonful of flour of brimstone at In MM. Your iSlghto .' Ml ?ou iS of water, and btirred it their kindness." Do not fay "I done;" I. buy tho "Oliver" ami take, no other. It wil l.resk hard, dry ground when "2 othir now ill intJ a wine-glas- s genuine merit and Bterling worth of species of food. The Jeff. Bowling, a member of tho notori with his finger instead of a spoon, as the did, or have done, is correct. So also, "I . Dr. John D. Woods and hia faithful dis. of the office of Public ous Craig Tolliver faction in Bith, wascon-vict- od sulphur does not readily amalgamate with seen" is a barbarism often encountered; I charge of the duties in a Newark, O., court of the mur- water. When tho sulphur waa well you, we, or they, saw, or have seen should "tt? Printer and Binder, were rewarded by a m tfft be used instead. It is habitual with some yesterr der of John Douglas, the practically unanimous of his mixed he gave it aa a cargle, and in ten oysters, or fruit, or cabday. Tho villains pursued him with re- wife. The verdict was for murder in the minutes the patient was out of danger. peoplo to speak of but he has triumphed over first degree, thus carrying the death penal- Brimstone kills every species of fungua in bage, as being "healthy," or tho revcrre. lentless hate, Be precise; an oyster may be in tho enjoyty with it. man, beast and plant in a few minute?." them all. ment of robust health, and, as an nrticlo of The M'Cormick Rsaper Works closed The Senatorial investigating committeo The largest baru in the world is located is to tea-eo-- D1ULKUB1.Memployees forced about eight miles south of Osage City, Ne food, wholesome or not, according completely exhonorated Mr. Boles from last week, and ChiThus endeth the first lesson. to idleness. The threat of certain employes Drugs, Books, Stationery and (&the charges of unlawful cohabitation with braska. It is not quito complete, but, when cago World. n nu TtF a mulato girl. This is as might have been to precipitate a strike unless the Ar.rlr.loc so, will hold 8,000 head of cattle, each one "Papa," eaid a lady the other night, afmen working in the molding department WUJ 111 MwlWWf They all 'do it. building is all un expected. in aaeparato stall. The ter attentively studying for some minutes Physicians' prescript Ions accurately compounded were dismissed, appears to be the cause of der one roof and covers more than five Also The QipUd says: "It haa boen twe'rty suspension. and engraving of a human skeleton, "how acres of ground. The cattlo are taken ofl one years since a Kentucky Legislature In a wrestling match at Chicago a bru- the range when four years old and put in did this man manage to keep in his dinwithin the Constitutional limit." tal fellow named Lawis deliberately broke ner?" . tho stalls to fatten. It requires four months Yes and it will 21 many times over before tho leg cf the other contestant, a Japmcse to get them In proper condition. The "Ob, mamma," cried littlfi Florence, Tho Largeat Stock of Watches, Olooka, it does again, named Sorakicht, having declared his in- building ia heated throughout with steam, running into the hou?a to her mother, Jewelry and Silverware the first in tention to do so before the match bgan, the food is all cooked by the same means "what do you think we have found out In Srottaville has a new bank, nnrl thfl tpmnsrature is kept at about the bought Lover thau Allnoounty, and will Boon hove a rail- and excusing himself on tho ground that same dejreo throughout tho cold months of .the garden? It'a atpsrrow wltli four Hllle Kyer lAwaai. to this market l'rlccaJewelry Itc-Watht. Clocks and therfl !n mtlilnr In iri rnlea n.nlml it KOling"," 1 road. ,'is m s..it tjjtlot Bud Warrant!. winter. , A&&r-3mm. -- VOj rI " w. I A graceful conduct. And this is the creaturo who was endorsed by Congressmen and others for the Chlllian Mission, when they knew he had beon indicted for a penitentiary offense. Mr. Turner deserves well of the democratic party and of the country tn lt rwrn and preventing so for ,imortifying a result as bis appointment would havo been. r-- OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNlt. A tramp got in a box .car loaded with corn at Dayton, O., and was locked in Hon. C. F. Burnham, of Richmond, where he remained without food, savo the was in attendance en Circuit Court Wednes nourishment he got by eating grains of day. corn, and without water for four day's, Mr. Luther G. Scanland and Miss M. when he was taken out at New York more M. Mass obtained marriage liccnto Weddead than alive, his feet, hands and ears be nesday. ing nearly froien off. Mr. G, W. Leatherman, although reCharles Jenick, a hired man of far ported dead twice this week, Is yet alive mer John Hoar, near Macedonia, 0., crimi- but very ill. As his disease Is consump nally assaulted his two daughters and in tion his death may occur at any time. their resistance murderously attacked them The Cora Van Tansel Dramatlo Comwith an iron bar, fatally injuring one of the pany continue to play each night to houses girls. He then fired the barn, burning of increased size. The play last night waa twenty three head of cattle, fifteen hogs, a "Hazel Kirke"and "Kathleen horso and lot of produce and implements. and the two act comedy of 8enator Edmunds haa finally succeed- Joshua Whitcomb will be presented. ed In getting a quorum of republican SenaAuntCrllla Fatrand, an old colored tors into a cnucus. Resolutions were adop- woman, well known for her excitability ted that democrats who know things which during religious revivals, fell dead while they will not tell are bad; that if they do going to church Tuesday night. James not toll, the President's nominations will Cowan, Jr , the colored barber, who haa not be confirmed, and that in filling the long been a sufferer from a lung disease, offices of the country preference should be died Tuesday evening. given to honorably discharged soldiers nnd D. N. Ilinman bought on Monday from sailors of tho Union unlets they should Chns. Sandidge a nice toppy orrol geldhappen to be democrats. ing 5 years old for $155, and of Wm. Rue fmh POWDER Absolutely Pure. DB. W. BTANFOnD, DonUst, KENTUCKY. 15Myr.) . J?BNNT. noooMuy. OOcc on Lancaster street, real door to Imti-bi- oi Journal office. Offlca boats from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to S p. u, Anesthetics administered -- br ri Stanford Female College STANFORD, KY., ALEX. 8, PAXTON - - PIIEN. ThcBccood Term oflh prvaent session -lit, 18SS, LocatUn pleasant! discipline una tut nrmi instruction thorough, ruplls any time. Bend for circular. ) In Feb. (SC-2- ui lilt. BUILDERS ATTENTION weaiher-boardlng, I We are now prepared to furnish all kinds ol lumber In tin rough and agents for plsnlng mills. Keen constantly on hand drwej flooring, celling, doori, sjuu, blinds, moulding Franls Allison, ov-e- ry 8S-l- ss Wat-terson- 'ii bar-roo- PLOWS ! PLOWS ! VI PLOWS 0 ! id o We have just a large invoice of very best brands of Q i o PLOWS (I) Including the South Bend Chilled Plows and the old reliablellam-iltoClipper Steel. Look at our prices and compare them. Every Plow H 0 C P $20,-000,0- ed WABBAfiSBB, bt 02 L.O, H eighteen-- WRIGHTS? & 3IETOALP. :.. ..ii Eyerj -- ! .d-l7U- 'self-respecti- '?' 1 fll step-fathe- mmmj m mr&Mmn PHARMACISTS, -F-n- ivnni in a. non-unio- - S1) ll.Vi' vv'' JEWELERS. f 1 -- fl' P. P. Nunnelley sold to John Wood Oiukoeh, banannr, apples and nice, froah her choice, her fresh young cheeks delicate candiea juit in at S. S. Myers'. iv flushed with the excitement of tlm mo 17 shoals, 103 pounds average at 3 cents. Tne number of cattle frozen in Kantnent, she was Indeed an Interesting pictI AM receiving a very handsome Hue of of loveliness. Her trousseau is exten sas during the recent blizztrd is put at February 10, 1880 spring gooda and aak my patrons and oth- ure and was gotten up by Mad. Daugher- Stanford, Ky sive ers to call and see them. II. C. Rupley. Randall Liteey, a Jersey breeder at ty, of Liulavllle, In her best style. The E. O. WALTON, Uuslnoaa Manager. and staunch young Harrodsburg, assigned last Friday, to T. H. I HAVE moved to tlm room lately vacat- groom la a ed by the Postoflke and am ready to serve business man. betas a member of the firm Hardin. Liabilities $9,000; assets $20,000. L.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Extravagant rumors of the losses of the ladles in underwear of ail kinds, I of Penny A McAltster, and belongs to an He haa cattle in Texas are still current. The lat-- . 1 M r. u. will also have a fine line of Millinery by honorable and wealthy family. Mall train going North .......... Bouth .4)S r.N. secured a veritable little jiwel for a life est figures place them at 200,000 head in W Kipritrln" Bouth............ .h....... 1 W -- M. April 1. Mn. Kate Dudderar. II " " I(Ollllt.HMMMMMM..MWM i J M. which is very likely a companion and that they will be very hap- in the There was no musio at the Rink Fri py in each other's love, their many friendi huge exaggeration. TbsiwOT la calculated oa standard time, Bolar day night, owing to the absence of the lead mt Is a tout 20 'minutes CuUr, jonn ii au nau sneep covered ny a unite in wishinir. Immediately after the er and sickness in the family of the secin January. They were found ceremony they left for Junction City, where snow-driNOTICES. 0MI when ond, but it wont be the case they took the C. 8. R. R. for an extended 18 days after. One of the number had Bar your school book' from Penny A a good programme Is promised. Southern tour, which includes New Or died; the others were in fair condition. J. MoAllater. The Rowland Literary Society it ready leans and other prominent points. The II. Northcutt has leased his farm of about WATCitra and Jewelry repaired on nhort notice nnd warranted by Penny A McAlle to open its reading room. Maaui. Frank brido nnd groom wen remembered by 400 acres, near White Sulphur, to a Mr. er. Harris and W. M. Bogle have ordered many friends, who sent numerous preients, Luca, Cynthlana, for three years, at $4.75 Boy the Haa 1 1 or Remedy, the orlui-a&- l per acre per year. Georgetown Times. useful and costly. and only genuine, from Penny AMoAl through thla office aomo 15 or 20 of the both GtonoETowN Couiit. About 300 cat-ti- e best dailies, weeklies and monthlies and later. RELIGIOUS on market, the best bringing $4.05 per A coMrLBTR itock of Jewelry, Intent tier have already begun to arrive. in watchea n specialty. Pentyle. Rockford gone to Mt. cwt. One bunch, averaging 1.050 pounds. Rev. H. T. Daniel has The roof of Mr. D. W. Vandeveer's resiny A Mc A lister. sold at $18 CO pet head. Yearling cattle dence caught fire Wednesday afternoon, but Vernon, Iod , to hold a meeting. - cold at MS to $10; calves $1150 to $18; Tk Kill i PU.tNPERSONAL. Gabs Raney put it out with a lo" of h" milch cows $25 to $40. Work mules rold a few shlnglen. Mia Bruce will have to Wldows and Orphans' Home haa become a Miw C. A Cox arrlred on a Tisit to at $100 to $160; pairs of mules $220 to signed it this week. look to his laurels. Raney Ii getting away law. The Governor $210. The trade in this class of stock was relatlrcs yesterday. Rav. Sam P. Jones writes that he will with him lately in the matter of putting Misses. Lauha and Maoo; Jonm lecture at Nicbolasvillo and Millershurg, somewhat "off' on account of the bad out fires. Times. aie ueit of Mrs. W. G. Kaney. but has made no other engsgement. He weather. Mrt. J. C. Fmiirncc, train dispatcher, Anotheii businesa change is announced. gives no dates. Little Paul, five years old, has been pokSheriff J, N. Menefee and Geo. D. Wearen, has laid us under obliRntlona for farora. Moody nd Sankey are drawing such ing at the range and burned a hole in bis grown much agent, haye bought the wagon, carriage, Mil. K H. W'xAneN hae immense crowds in New Orleans that the aleeve. Hla mother sayf ; "You will sura worse and his death U expected at any buggv and farming implement business of Washington Artillery Hall whera they ly catch afire, and (hero will be nothing time. II. 0. Bright and will continue it as part- have their meetings will not begin to hold ! left of you but a little pile of ashes. What Misjca Ankie Holmkb and Llda ners. Mr. Bright, we regret to learn, conthe throngs, will I say then?' At once Paul replies, mlitoo, cf Crab Orchard, were hera templates leaving Stanford. Rev. R, B. Mahony haa been unani- "You will say, 'Kate,. shovel up these We learn that the reason that the Stan- mously called to the pastorate of the Waco ashesl"' Mn. and Mm. T. K Walton spent a churches In Madison councouple of daya with Mr. and Mm. William ford Street Railway bill was sat upon in and Republican DEATHS. ty. Millersborg is also endeavoring to re- the Senate waa because it contained clausses lloyaton thin week. Of consumption, after a long illners, Mm. Lou Shanks ha gone to Lex- which demanded too many special privi cure his service. We give another sermon by Sam Mr. R. H. Wearen breathed his last at 5 ington to spend a week with her elter, leges. Shorn of these it will be passed o( one by his running o'clock yesterday evening, aged 49 years. without trouble, but it is strange that the Jones and a synopsis Mm. Kate Carithera. fascinating little blondes, Mliwea House had not observed the objectionable mate, Bam Small, that will make good He had been at Mr. Geo. D. WcarenV, sevt Titoit Sunday reading especially for thoee who eral years and during all that time has features. Mary Raid and Annie Alcorn, leato ay a t. . hi can not attend church. looked for death resignedly and fcr several for a vuit to friend at Lexington and Mil The Louisville JW ot Wednesday has a -- Rivs.Dm.R.H. Rivers. H. C. n months Impatiently. He waa a member lersburg. of thla sensational article in which a cltlxen and B. M. Mes!ck,of Louisville, are of the Baptist church and a good and upwho has been In county figures. The story is of illicit Iovo Mi; A O. Huffman, Bishop before the General right man, liked by all who knew bim, the printing baalnem at Lexington, ha re- and a baby left with a colored woman in candidates for Conference of the Methodist church, South, His wife died several years before him, turned to Stanford to take a position on Louisville, with letters from the gay lotha-riwhich meets lnRichmond in May. but he leaves an only son. who will keenly thb (taper. which are rich, rare and racy. The Rev. I C. Perching, D. D., President feel his lo9. Mr. Wearen was an Odd FelAlcoiin returned Diu Edwaiid woman in the caso was a domestic and the College, haa been low and his remains will be interred with from New York, where be had man is said to live on Cedar Creek and has of the Pittsburg Female found guilty by a Methodist ecclesiaatlcal the honors of the fraternity this afternoon loipror-e- d been to attend a special course In a wife and family. court of dishonesty, falsehood and general in Buffalo Cemetery after a funeral sermon aurgery Finding that they could not live hap- Immoral conduct and has been suspended at the Baptist church by Rev. J. M. Bruce Miss Maoqib OocimAN, who ha been pily together, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Alford from tne ministry. at 3 o'clock. attending college here and who haa been Rev. 8. F. Wishard, the Sunday-schosome lime , finally concluded this week to separate peralck at Mr. O. J. Newland'a for An exchange says: "To save themselves visitor, who is here, asks us to manently and agreeing on a mutual friend, waa well enough to return home Tueday. from starvation an 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' the following; A 8unday tchool InMns. Ellen EVAra, of Daorille, at he waa called in to divide their property, company, while caught in a western bliz marriage. which ho did to the aatlsfaction of both stitute, under the direction of the Interna tended the McAliater-Portmzard, ate the donkeys." A thing liko this be held at Lexingparties. It ii to be regretted that thsy tional Association will Mr. and Mra. John O. McAliater, of F. Jacobs, of can not be too severely condemned as long arrWed just In time to be Iod late. thought such a course necessarry, but it is ton, Feb. 20,127, 23. B. s as dramatic talent is so scarce. Chicago, Chairman of the International Mm. B (I Alivjiid and Mlwea Mag- much better than living in discord. fDetrolt Tribune. work. Sunday School Committee, and other gie Leo and Annie Bslle Saunders left for We are frequently asked what Is the inContagious diseases have excited the ers of distinction will be present and conWednesday. A laige number of lady debtedness of Ohio Stanford, but can answer duct the meeting, All the Sunday Schools people of Fairhaven, Miss., to such a de friends and otbera went up to bid them only approximately. It is the duty unof Lincoln county are invited to send del- - gree that the horse cars carry two bags of good-bye- . der the provlaions of the charter for catea. Those who attend will be furnish camphor as disinfectants, one at each pad, Miwes Nannie Wood, of Boyle, and the clerk to make a statement of the finan and are re placed there by the Board of Health. Lonanna Jamea, of Crab Orchard, a hand- cial condition of the town once a year, but ed homee during the eeeslon ciuesied to send their names at occo to J. some and Interesting pair, were the guests we haye not observed that it haa been done A discovered the neighof arof Mia Maggie Saundrra and honored this for several years. Oar columns are at his 8, DeLong, chairman of committee bor's hens in her yard scratching. In a rangements. office with thttr presence. most indignant tonn she reported to her disposal for a complete expose, free of GnonoEP. Biuuiit, of Lincoln coun- charge. mother that Mrs. Smith's hens were "wip AND CROP LAHD. STOCK ty, Is here to stand an examination for ing their feet on our grass." FrEAKiKO . W. O. Hansford, candidate Hav for sale. I. M. Bruce. PoatoOiee Inssctor, and waa introduced at A kettle eight feet in diameter, twenty-fou- r Corn for sale. M. 8. Peyton, Stanford the department by Got McCrcary to day. for county attorney, will speak at the fol lowing times and places and invites his op feet long and fivo feet high is being -- For Sale. White reed oafs F. Reld Washington Correspondent Lou. Times. made in New York to be used in a soap Bogle's cand- poncnts, D. R. Carpenter and J. B. Pax- - Stanford. Si'EAKiKu of Iter J. A. tons of Brazilian, Flour Corn Becd raised by factory. It wilt bold thirty-si- x to the office of superin- ton to be present and divide time: Halls idly for Gap, Saturday, February 20; New Waynes John Bright at W. II. melted tallow. tendent of common schools, the Adtoeate IIisU'. burg Wednesday, 21; Kings Mountain, Brown A Beard, of Shelbyville, bought says: Mr. Ibgle Is a gentleman of culture WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Livof mules In Nelson county at er Comrlaloir Shiloh's VltalUer h guaranteed to a and experience, and we are told baa made Thursday, 2'jj McKinney, Friday, 2(3; Saturday, 27; Stanford, March 1; $125 each. euro you. For sale by M. L. Bourne. an excellent superintendent, and will, no Crab Orchard, Tuesday, 2. and Preachers- 8LEErLE3S MIGHTS, mado mlscraWo by that There is a prolific bow near Mays-vlll- e doubt, ba re elected. Is the remedy for vllle same night, Speaking, 2 o'clock r. that lies a Utter of eighteen pigs. She terrible cough. Blilloh's Cura LOCAL NATTERS. 7011. For tale at M. L. Bourne's, M. except at Preachersville, which will be tbePoland-Coinbreed. is of at 7.30 o'clock. The Department of Agriculture estiTin wake, new lot, at Waters A Rtnej'.. SETT ADYEimSES3TK. Acting probably under the belief that mates that the cotton crop of 18S5 will at W. II. Hlg- New wood force pumpi there is always room for one moro in count out six and a half million bale. gins. Call and eeo them. as well as in stsge passengers, Mr. The season for horse and jack bills is SALE OF BANK STOCK. dwlres as to say Will C. Owens announces in a flaming nearly here again, We have some very Mn N. W. Hucmra demo-ciatl- c At Administrators of WyaUfc'andldge. dec'd.wo prospectus that be will begin the issue of handsome ones just getting ripe. Now is that bin candidacy is subject to tho will on Jlonilail, Jlttreh lxt, 183S, at the as would the Pulaski County Jnmncf at Somerset, your chance. First come, first eerved, e door In Stanford, sell at public aucprimary election and net National tho announcement as hereto- Feb. 2Sth. It will be an Fon Sale. A young jack, 4 years old, tion IS Shares of Stock In mado Farmers on day of known Indicate by the Hank of Stanforl. Terms 1 page, Id column paper V. C. HAXOZnOIC. and black, about 14 hands high, heavy bodied, safe. fore appearing IV. Jl". HASniHGR, 100-t-d will be published weekly at 50 cents per lengthy, and a good breeder. Apply to Administrators. acEvehyhodv will please settle their Ky. 4t. This notice year. In the announcemaot Mr, Osreni R. II. Bronaugb, Crab Orchard, counts with us due Jan. 1st. , says it will be "The only Armour, the Chicago packer, predicts y ! Is intended far our best customers especial-lSleim healing, Anti coroelvc, Bmbs mount higher prices for hogs. This sounds well, Owe-le- y and all of you pleae take notice. Double-jointed- , ed, Nickle-plnteNon but when Armour begins to predict it ia man at Do you know Bourne, the A Cialg. explosive, Four bladed, Gigantic Aggrega time for other people to begin to look out the new Drug Store ? If not, lose do time In makThe weather for the last three days has tlon of Intellectual Spectacle, of Bewilder Cattle are dull and lower in Louisville, ing his acquaintance. He Is polite, accommodating, and sells his goeds been all that tho most fastidous in such Ing Extenalveness under one canvas.' very common tQ best are quoted all the lower than tho lowest. He has J ust rectlved a new matters could desire. A few more such Here's hoping It success. way from 2 to 4; bogs are active and cargo of Paints for the Spring trade, a splendid aswill start into rapid growth "the flowers strong at 31 to 4 35; sheep are in demand sortment of Landreth't Seeds In hulk, tho CelebraMARRIAGES. ted LcJIate's Rock Crystal Spectacles and that bloom In the Kprlng." at 1J to 3 J. DrurgUta' Sundries, Surgical InstruOne of our prettiest young ladies tells Robert Bonner saya that his trotting ments, Musical Goods, Show Caso Artlilcs, and a The dispatches announce that George ua that she will marry in July. As she mare, Maud 8., will be put into training Keller, of 8outh Bend, Ind., killed bimeelf wishes the matter kept strictly secret, our this coming season, but that on no pretext A Full line of Drugs, Patent Medi"becau'e he had too much money." we cines and Chemicals friends will oblige ua by not mentioning will she be allowed to go into a match to are watching the youug man of the same If you want to marAs for Toilet Articles-we- ll, trot for money. this to any outsider. name In thla office, for fear he will follow Louisville Tobacco Market, furnished ry, go Immediately to Yesterday Miss Kate McCormack and his example. Mr J. T. McKinney, of the West End, by Glover and Durrctt. Louisville Tobacco The Rock Castle Springs Company, Mr. came to town accompanied by Mr. and Warehouse: The sales of our market for Opposite (he Mjers House, Stanford, Ky. F. J. Cimnbell, manager, are already pre Mrs. Emmett McCormack, and procuring a the week just closed amount to 3,331 hhds. coming season, which prom-isestparing for the license were at once married by Judge and the receiptn for the week amount to 70 eclipie even tho great succea of Thomas W. Varnon, at his office. Tho hhds. The snow blockade in the vMVYp; feLQk g last. As a starter thla office is now print-inbrido is an exceedinclv mettv cirl of 17. Southern portion of the Stato has made it eight-pagfolders and a -for it 5,000 and the croom a worthy Tounc farmer, who impossible to market tobacco from some pamphlet, which will rcqulro 10,000 Im- is to be congratulated on winning her. We districts, thU materially ileminiabing reThe Best Newspaper in America, pressions. wish them a long life and unalloyed hap- ceipts. Moat of the large tobacco manuto this piness. recently cut and by far the Most Readable. who removed facturers of tho country hsvo Mr John Agents wanted everywhere to earn Nature smiled inoBt bcuignly upon tho the price of plug from 3 to 1 cents per county from Ohio last year and purchased money in distributing tho Sun's Prela much pleased with his prospects pretty little bride, who on Wodncedar tqok pound, and this has a rather depressing ef a farm, and especially dollghted at what he deemi upon herself the vows of marria.e, for h fect on the price of hurley tobacco, and miums, m,r Inw rate of tsxatlon. Where ho came brighter day never beamed in February. while the market is not nuotably lower it Tho most interesting and advantahe tella us that taxes were The ceremony which united the dcatinlea of has certainly been 1bj ammated and hae geous offers ever made by any Newsfrom In Ohio $2.40 on the $ 100, here it Ib 72, more Mr. Oeorge McAliater aud Mies Lizzie shown Bigns of weakening. A notable fea- paper. Portman occurred at 9 o'clock sharp, on ture of tho market thla week haa been the than 3 1M No Subscriber ignored or neglected. . of large per cent, of hhds, in bad condition. of this paper is a com- the morning of that day, in the pirlora Something for all. lit another part Bell Gib- Nothing of extra flno quality has offered tho Portman House, Elder-JohHoautlful and Substantial Premiums in munication from Mr. Bobbin in response bill to re- son pronouncing it in n manner at once recently and $1-- 75 per huidrod is the Standard Gold nnd othorWatchos.Valnabio to our article in regard to his Tho wedding highest prico of tho market for now hurley. Hooks, tho Boat Family Sowing Machine pleasing nnd impresaivo. peal certain jurisdiction of our police was a yetf privato ono, only a few relatives The following quotations fairly represent known to the trado, and an un equaled list judge. The matter is of no moment to us being present. The brido is a tho market for new burley: Dark trash 3 to of objects of real utility and Inatmotlon. one" way or tho other nud as practically the and friends in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Portman :1 cents; colory trash 1 to 5 cents; common Ritas, by Nxil, Postpaid'. game powers are already yetted and is not only pretty in face and figure, lugs not colory 1 to 5 cents; colory lugs 6 DAILY, per Year (without Sunday) $G 00 County Judge, Mr. Bobbltt can work the 50 to 7 cents; common leaf not colory 5 to 7 DAILY, por Monthlwlthout Sunday) is especially lovable and attractive-Shdemagogic track for nil it is worth. We but I 00 Year wai attired in a splendidly fitting trav- ccnt; good leaf 7i to 10 cents; fine leaf 10 SUNDAY, perDAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 regret that wo uotlccd the matter In the FOR EVERY eling dress of Imperial serge, trimmed with to 13 cents. Select wrappery tobacco 13 WEEKLY, per Yoar I OO . . . firat placo as It furuishea him the coveted moire, with ha pi'-- 1 rents. Sales of new crop to date 17,- rd ai she tilR AdJrow, THE RUN'. Kw 'ork Cltj. stock In trade before chance, of Mrlng his up befoie u ... b mwu i..iu i. jo mm 01 707 hhds. the best audience ho has ever had. 25,-000. -well-know- n ft m Wed-neaday. i to-dMor-risoo, yea-terday ol In-rc- rt an e, first-clas"three-year-old' Hus-tonvillcar-loa- d a news-papers court-housl, Doublo-breaated- Here 's Your Chance TO Got Something to Eat By reading (ho following Hit of goods, kept by T. R. WALTOItf, And buying what you nend ot him, you will I enabled to Tary the monotony so liable to characterize your table at this time of year, and to eet good goods at low prices: California I CANNED GOODS. Pears and Apricots, Peeltd and Pie reiches, Bllced and Orated Pineapple, Tomatoes, Corn. String and Uma Beans, Early June Pea;, Blackberries, Oysters, Salmon, Mackerel. 8ardlns, Corned Beef, Deviled Ham, Ac. VEGETABLES, FBUITS, ETC. Cabbsge, Potatoes, Onions, Cranberries, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Coooanuts, Cocking FIm. Prunes, Green Apples, Dried Peachts and Api plos. FANCY OnoCEBIES. P'?SV"? 3i1' A1,C.' Butter, Mince Meat, Cod Flih. Mackerel In Buckets, Maple Syrup, Krout, Pickles, Cheeje, Crackers, Tea Cakes. Macaroni Buckwheat riour, Bice, Beans, Hominy, ShreJded Oats, Ac, Ac. Oat-me- il, 1 - Wteii & liiift TllOMlS U. PaKKY. Job F. aa. Main BU- - GROCERS, Street, - - TERMS CA8JI. THl Stanford - ---I BMW m Wo did not know that our friends were 10 innumerable ih ccntly, and It gl Tea u. plea.ure to state that our trad 1, till within a mile or soof ROWLAND or Stanford, ,0 when In need a'ythln S of gar, Coffee Fl our. Me.., Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eg. Canned I'rea rr cs, Jelly, Macke.el in Buckets. Cheese. Crackers, Hominy, Be.n, Lam lasses, Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Dried Peaches and Apples, I,", Lemons. Tobacco.'CUars. Queensw.re. Tln- -, mention, in our line, coma ,0 our a" S-L0Us,n l.creX n.,- - ., i, g "iTl Ky " KiiTT -. A"?!. c,' A rJI 8in,n.' CJI'. 'a V' p'.f "' ' isss BWIn connection with Jud 0,ob "-- ""' J. ' M. Phiiin. -- -" "- - sssiserfi s WATERS WA?.ERS .& RANEY. RANEY. H. C. RVPIaEY, MERCHANT TAIXOR. 1 haTe recelTed and still iccelTlng BOUENB d New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising the best in the market, which will be Qotton Up In Stylo and Mnko Second to Nono in City or Country. Giro Mo a Trial. k:. o. btjple-y- . T .a M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drags, Clioinlcnls, & STAGG, PilnCEUTISTS Stanford, Ky.. BOURNE'S, -- o 2,-2- e Ss33 &JM1 Wall Paper, Wines, MnNlcal XiooUK, .Liquor IiiHtriieinciuv, Stationery, Cigars. Paints, rocKct OIIh, Soaps, Tobaccos, Cutlery, Lamps, Perfumery, Fire Arms, ftfaclilii II-v- ra, Our Jowelry, Sllvcrwnro and Onttcal Goods Department is In Charge of L'ol. Tlios. IKcliards, who will Repair ft'atches and Clocks promptly nnd In tho boat stylo. .Needles. Wall Paper, Furniture-Cases, Caskets, Robes. , d ,.i.-.j.- i e ... Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. tf B. K. WEAKER Stanford. - n - ... USs) y ST? A SONG OF THE FOUR SEASONS. Wben Spring comes laughing by valo und r walking and daffodil, Sing stars of morniup, sing morning skies, Bing blue of speedwell, and my Love's eyes. bill, By wind-flowe- and strong, And gay birds gossip tho orchard long, Sing hid, sweet honey that no Leo sips; Bing red, red roses, and my Love's lips. When Autumn scatters tho leaves again, d And piled sheaves bury tbo wain, Sing flutes of harvest whero men rejoice; Stag rounds of reapers, and my Lovo's oica But when comes Winter with hail and storm, Aad red Are roaring and Ingle warm, Sing first sad going of friends that part; Then sing glad meeting, and my Lovo's heart. Austin Dobson. Vflicn comes tbo Summer, full-leave- d broad-wheele- WHAT YORK STATE HAS DONE. Tke Amount of Human Wisdom and Now York Ilm ritrnlshcd. WTillo 1 was In Albany I walked about thinking of tho amount of wisdom and observation which had proceeded out of this tho whole country is instate, and to debted. For instance, tho geology of all the. United States gets its nomenclature from the state of New York. Tho different kinds of sandstones, limestones, etc., throughout our land are named from localities here. Thi was becauso Now Tork proceeded so early witla her geological survey, and it boenmo th standard for tho other states. Then tho canal system of New York taught tho other states, and when Ohio opened her canals sho sent for Dewitt Clinton to go out there and give thorn, as it were, his blessing, for ho had connected tho great lakes with tho Hudson and the St. Lawrence with tho sea. The laws owe very much to tho state of Now York, and it might almost be said that the science of American law was made by this state. Men like Kent and Wheaton and Dudley Field, and a series of strong judges from this state, like Nelson, took Americas law away from British modes, gavo it tho turn of the Roman law, and finally tho code ol this state has been adopted in nearly all the other American states, A Now York lawgiver (Edward Livingston) prepared tho cod for Louisiana and other French and Spanish citizens. Then, concerning tho navigation ol tho country, it started here with Livingston's encouragement in every way. These men built tho first steamers ou tho lakes and the Ohio. Tho great commerce of tho country, which in 1800 surpassed any now in the world, had Its genius in New York, Tho system ol banking adopted by tho general government was, in most respects, taken from the stnU banking system of Now York State. Tht laws relative to insurance belong to the saint class of trophies. New York was tho first state to surrender her claims in tho westerr land to the United States. It hju been sale that she hod not much to give, but her claims had they been lawyerod out, might have beet important. "Gath" in Cincinnati Enquirer. Foverty at the National Capital. An old ofllceholder, of not much politics tc the square inch, said to me: "I have lived ir years, and I thinli Washington for forty-flv-o there never was as much distress as at thit moment Of ccurso, thero arc more poopl here, anil tho"ncw, worldly part of tho city it enstrangod from tho old lifo of the town, sc that in tho west end you would not hear muct of what ii going on at tho middle and east Here are two persons whom I havo known it the government printing ofllco peddling shoo s strings nnd on the uremia They know enough not to wait on delusivi reappointment. There are also hundreds ol people hero who havo bought small homos f 01 lf themselves and paid upon them, anc now tbo btnur half carrier a mortgage, anc they mut pay taxes and insurance on thi vvnoiu. luey uru uongmg ou by tna cyoliuU the place unfortunately giving no other oo cupation than its political relations. "Again, there are families here who havi been In olllce nearly a quarter of a century, and their children have been bom in Wash ington, and here they havo boon married. Ii several such coses which have como to mj notice tbej- - have $100 or left, and that 1: all In tho world, and thoy seo no future There is consequently much begging in thi city, and all who have enough to pay then bills ore liesiegcd by the impocunious, whllt to the distresses of tho discharged employe are added tho distresses of the applicants wh have coma here from great distances, an broke, and will not gut away." Washingtoi Cor. Cincinnati Enquirer. sloove-buttononc-h&- THE SAMS AND SATAN. VOftK OF MESSRS. JONES AND SMALL . IN CINCINNATI Th-- rrmllgHl Son. ''Thh U thfl but serial of iiiatiN servlcui. and k"i iigrexatl'' i - f'!iTs, ic u" we vriii b to.; tb)r no in jm thi slia of thoprvbt day vj.-- wj iaali all stand e j aud .oaeh glvs ou the crent Brethren, giva ui vour for u(.s-irpnyen and your attjiition, an 1 I trust iMsaervic in ly Lrliij a tul? o( lovd time ihall swep yoj over the perilous bar Into Uie trout i:iu? lom of Oj i. " 'AnJ h j &4 J j cjrUui m in In 1 tvo sons. Anl the youurf-- r of thHii said to lih fitbsr, frmlier, ivo me the portion of goods that !nlu to me.' Aud be dividoJ uuto them i bj-lori'ji-oj. nt "Aud not nnuy days after ths youngur o till tutthir aud took hii a far country and ttur-- wrutixl bis iuImViucu with riotout Urla;.' "AnJ wheu h) had Miit all, there arose famine in be l uvifttywant AnJ htlut lmj, andiltmlbezanlf Inm-juto bo in went anl j t a citizsu of thit country, ind n sunt to fijjil snina.' blin into his nl '"An J he wonli fnin 'nave HIM bit bsllv rriUi rtja busks that t'jj swine did oat; and utHi iuvo unto Llii.' to '"Anil whsn ho csuiu basiU: How ninny blrod sarvauts of my father's havo krad euoiuh and to sparj, sud I per-W- i iskrwg oniuerad jour-icvit- ) 1 f my amto bltn: Father, I have siuuetl against an I befon tbsV " ;lako mo as ouo of thy hired servants,' .aitd tko boy. Tnere Is a mistake tho boy Imtirr " 'I will srisa nnJ go to my father .TitU , and will ami the man tbai's been making misfor years is llaole to Vujp on maklug nisbakei. Tliat boy said, 'I'll go back and toll my father I'm wJUtDg to Ims hired . xia-io- takes around a wandering, wayward man that hai spent bis all with harlots. "Look born now, if that younz fellow was prodigal and wild and dtulpttod and wasteful and his father divided with him his living, his father wo a fool to start with. We will put it in that shapa. This younger brother according to the law in those days, the older brothers inherited the estate and the younger brothsr had no physical claim on his father well, to continue, tbisyouuger brothsr comes to bis fathir and says: 'Father give mi the portion of goods that falleth to ma,' aud ha immediately divided bis living tbo fathor did. Without a word of remonstrance or hesitancy or adrlco ho turns over to this young fellow this great amount of property. The facs of the parable shows that up to that hour the young man was probo worthy, upright, industrious and worthy of tho confidence of his father, so far as all outward manifestations of bis conduct wore concqrned. "If I could go through this country with Mrs. Wlnslow's soothing syrup and get more souls to Christ by having tho sinners each take a teaspoonfuh I would invost every nickel 1 have in that syrup. I would that! I am for the efficient thing, for that which will make you cease to do ovil and loam to do right That's all I have against you. I naven't auyimng cue against you, for I love you all as if you were my own brothers, but ob, how it makes me feel bad and sad to see tho way TOu do) It hurts me on your account, and on your wife's aud on your children's account, nnd on account of humanity. I am your brother, ami wnenyou sutler i sutler; wnon you rejoice I rejoice. I am happy at every happy man I meet; I am sad at every dejected, sorrowful, sinful character I moot: I weep with thoso who woop and rejoice with tbose who rejoice. Oh. Lord, lift us up here in Cincinnati, to where we can rejoice with those that rejoice and whtr thero will bo none to weep with and mourn with, and uono to feel sad overt "The young fellow then deliberately turns bts back on father and mother and home, and walks out of the front gate and bids the caravan move off, and Uiy move off in grand style. It Is a wonderful pageant and mother aud father linger on the front veranda and watch the procession as it passes out of sight and gradually winds its way over the brow of the hill and disappears from view. The father turns around bnJ utters an earnest prayer, 'Ood look after my boy;' and ths mother, with the tears running dpwn her checks, says, 'Ob, shall I over sea my boy again I' "Oa tne Doy moves with his caravan, and I imagine about sun Jown he drives out on a bsautiful camping irrounJ, pitches bis tents, and arranges everything for the coming of the nigb', and now I can see everything in order, and everything bos been cored for, and now I soo tho young man as he unfolds his coat, spread it out aud lays himself down for tho night's rest and turns hla eyo to the heavens above him, and begins to think. This is the first night I evar spent from my home. This is ths first night I have ever slept from beneath the roof of tbo old homester. This is the first night where I have ben t'tat I could not hear mother's voice, aud could not heir father's advice.' "I have wishe 1 manv a tinn that that boy before he went to s'.o?p thit first night had settled it In his nun 1, This Is my first night from home, anJ by the graej of GoJ it shall bo my last for unrning, wheu I ariss I shall turn this cira van's hoad will drivo bo- to the old homearound, and stead.' Ob, if be ha 1 fettled that, how many hours of trouble, an I anguish, And desolation anl misery that boy would hav avoIdeJ if he had just ftarted back the next morning. Oh. xxr, miserable, wandering boy, I've thought a thousind times of you, an J wished you had turned around and gone back. "Well, tho prodigal boy drives on ouJ on, and at tho end of tbo third wook hsdrives in to another beautiful locality, and I imagine ho says, 'This salts ma This is magnificent ground here. I liko this soil and climate. I ltkothls altltud3. Til buy hawi' .Then he begins to thlnV, 'Why there's a poitolllcs in the settlement over yonder, and I won't bo I'll got a Io.ic letter it. tuna ii.Jui rrom rattier run oc navies, ana in get a long, sentimental letter from mother, and they'll be doing nothing but ad rising and suggosting. The fact of the buiiBMS is. If Fd a wanted their advice Fd have stayed at home. I don't want to be meddled 'with and interfered with. I'm a whale, and if there is anything biggcr'n that, I'm that Boys haven't you of ten felt that way! Haven't you felt it era wlin up your sleeve and running all over you, and you thought you woro bigger'n your daddy "On and on the prodigal boy drove, and country-th- en when bs bail reached a far-o- il whatt flu boug'it him a hundred most fertile lanl in tbousaud acres of ths the hettl4mnt; bo built him a palatial residence and stocrfod his farm, and be was a prince in tbelandl Yes, in a born! I've 8Na many boy that thought he was a prince in a born I country "When hs reachoi that far-of- f what did ho do? He spent all not part of in riotous living! Listen, again. When it ho had span tall thero arose a mighty famine in the laud Ever notice, brother, when you're out of monay it poems lllce everybody else is out tool Didn't you notic when you didn't bava e. thing in the world you couldn't gtftamau to bo your frienll Ever notice when a man bad spent his all tbera was a fittntno to him, no matter what there was to othar paophi Ever think of that, boys! O'J, how trui that isl There h a family iown town hero; th'y hivon't a dollar in the world, on 1 there's a famine right here in Gin liitiatl for taeii. Every grocry in town is loi leildown with flour and meat uuJ ull kinds of mltablo-"- , but thtire'a a fnmi'ie in .h"lr homo, ind when thoy had spout all there tiros '. tnihtv famine in that litnJ. "Now, bi' Hi r, when you get to this polut wnera you mo tho famine, where yon see whero this young man ended, wo'll leave the voutig men there, and lot's vou an I go bjc.( nnd couid d wu around this lmel ''Look heiv. brotjir, when u man disposes of all, wlim mother's prayers, father's uJvic, the Bible, all good influences, are disposed of, the noxttblnzu man is going to do after ha has dlsposud of all, is to join himself to a cltizn of this c sultry the devil and thn devil puts him to work, puts you to blaspheming the Ood of yonr mother, v.olatiug th 3 Sabbath of your mother; puts vou to drenching your body with liquid iluid wblcb Is but the absence of damnation, "I will toll you another thing: If you can gat your tyos wide open you will ba turned arojuJ a sinslblo mm, anJ wa't do like you are doing. A man of good, sound sense, 10 say nothing about relgicn, won't treat ber like his wife 11 lie you treat her aud ! you love ber. A man of good, hard sense J I Wo you .treat your won't treat his children cblldrira, and at the same tiu lovo his children like you love your children. I tell voa. tbere la something wrong with humanity. "ub, uroiner, l taanicuoj ror getting my eyos opaneu matyuay, auir since men - lots, tbou bnst killed for him tho fatted calf.' And he said unto him, 'Son, thou art ever with me, and all that 1 havo is thine. It woa mete that wo Rliould muke merry and bo glad, for this thy brothor was dea J nnd is alive again; and was lost and is found.' "I never feel I was any kin to this older brother. Really I don't know who ha is; I don't know what placo Ood Intends he shall fill in the vast moral unlvene. Tills much I know, we live in a fallen world. Thoro aro unfallon worlds. I reckon tho inhabitants of tbeso worlds ought to have kopt tholr first estate, and they would not havo had to cry out when God thrw His arms which hath devoured tby living wltli har- tho dovil got hold of ono of thorn and koon thorn a wuilo anJ their own folks won't know them. That's what's tho matter. I will havo nothing to do with n man that will despoil my counteuanco and ruin my hoalth o that my own proclous inothor won't on "Thero is a grocory-keopeand gamblor in this town. I saw blm two weeks ago. He came to mo aud talked with mo about religion, aud he came forward hore and gavo himself to Ood, and I met tho samo fellow In the stroote n fow days ago and I didn't know bl.n. Ills skin was clear aud bo looked good; aud it is astonishing how tho Lord God can take one of these poor vagabonds and make a chango out of him right away. And it is astonishing how tbo dovil will do you tba other way. "I havo bad women say to me, 'Mr. Jones, I am going to bring my husband down to but you must hi mighty hear you what you say. A preacher hurt E articular once, and ho never would is feelings go back to his church again.' I just felt like Raylnsr, The old hog Is on his way to the pan.' 'You just have to be mighty particular with my husband; if you don't you will hurt his feelings aud if his feelings aro hurt you will do him no good.' Going to the hogpen. "Oh, my congregation, in nil lovp and kindness, do you seo yourself in this p.c'.uro as wandering from God I Ami how many havo resolved, 'I ill go back, I will go back.' And this poor lioy suffer.! tu siu, until at last he says, I will arisj ail ;o to my fathir and will say uuto him, '! i.'ur, I have sinned against heaven uul .iforo theo, and am no more wortay to bo c lb 1 thy son; make me as one of your hirt Movants.' Aud he arose aud oilu U Lis father. But when he was yet a gr a: vay off his father saw blm and bad coiiipiwlou, and ran and foil on his neck and kind .ilm. Aud the son said: 'Father, I have sinned against heaven and in thy sight nnd am no more worthy to be called thy Non.' "Blessed be God for the oro ligal'- return and welcome. Hing ttio b'lls of leiven, Oh, brother, every man thoro is joy in this bouse, every boy in this home who wants to llvo and die under the roof rf tho old homestead in my Father's house, I want every one of you to stand up Thov rtbo will say conscientiously 'I want to gj I a!k, and I want to live and die under the obi roof and homestead in my Father's bouse,' xtand up. Almost the entire congregation rose, Rep. Blessed be Goi O.i, angels come and carry tho nons back that tbeso prodigals aro coming home." Sir thousand people crowded into Muslo Hall and an equal number were unable to gain admittance. Sam Small's Talk. Rev. Sam Small talked !from the Epistle of Faul to tho Fbllipiplans, third chapter, eighth and ninth verses: "Yea, doubtless, and I count all things but loss for tbo excellency of tbo knowledge of Cbirst Jesus my Lord, for whom I havo suffered the loss of all things, that I may win Christ "And be found in him. not having mlno own righteousness, which is Of the law, but tbat which is through the faith of Christ the righteousness which is of God by faith." "In reading tho life of the apostle, and the profoundness of his faith, wo are I in pressed that he stands upon bis ful'h as upon on immovable platform. A mere faith in the historical account that Is given of the teaching and resurrection of Christ will not sulllco for the soul It is of no prodt to mo if I, in the pretunce of tho mountain of my sins obtain a touip iriry relief from my sins, if I strive not to removo that mountain through the help of thj Lord Jesus Christ It is of no benefit to me if at one time I feel my faith strong, and wheu temptation comes it weakens, nud then strong wheu temptation is removed. It is pormenancy of faith that wo obtain not through earthly strength that is to benefit me. The sins of mankiul are to be lifted by the rormane.it faith that is only obtained through Christ "If there is ono thing that tho Christian worxor naxls, it is tba powor to balp his erring brother over his dlfllculty, for it is often that the seeking brother who comes to the chanoel rail needs just the word that can como from that ono who has striven and succeeded. For when the sinner looks back over tbo mountains of sin that has whelmed his post life, it is often that tho poor ssefcer is discouraged from the attempt to take tbo next step upward, becauss of tbo overpowering sanso of bis sins, anl It is (lin that the power to help hbn ovor hit difficulty is to bo exercised, that he may accept the amnesty of Christ is outlawed from Ood "the siuuer because of bis rebellion and kIil Now If you want to como under the general amnesty extcudod to finite man you muit strive and seek and repent anl you will receive tho full rewarJ of your act We aro not called to have a fnitb basoi upon law, but a faith biAtjd upon grace. Accept Christ and you come Into ths fold of GoJ upon the power of free grapo. A living faith constrains a man to do tho works of righteousnej), while dead faith makes his works as nought Oh, that you may turn to (be blessings of free grace aud llvo tbo r. to-daes to-da- y FOR COUOHO AND Be Warned lu time. Kidney discuses may bo prevented by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating tho blood with Aycr's Sarsaparllb. When, through debility, tho action of tho kidneys Is perverted, theso organs rob tho blood of Its needed constituent, albumen, which Is passed off lu tbo urine, while worn out matter, which they shouU carry off from the blood, Is allowed to remain. By the mo. &&& r A Tua.'srijioaa.'j Ohm-.J- ? T " 'fSPSI k use of Aytr's Sarsaparllb, tho kidneys aro restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or Bright's disease Is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparlll also prevents Inflammation of tho kidneys, aud Swift's Specific I;natiiro';owa remedy, made from root gathered Irani tbo fareiti of Cloorgt. The mothod by which from the It la made was obtained by a half-brcr- d CrMk;inJMm who'.lnhsblted a certain portion of Qoorgti, which was coiuiuunlcaUl to ouo ol the n early letllcri, andlhus the foruiula hu been to tbepreeent day. The a bo to cut the method of manufacture twenty yrari ago, by Mr. C T. M vlfl, ooe of tho present proprietor. The demand baa been gradually tncreailng until a 9100,000 laboratory Is now necessary tosup-pl- y the trade. A foreign demand baa been created and enlarged Ucllltlea wtllbeneceuary to meet It. This great hand-rddowrep-reie- other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas. W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Tlalu, Mass., writes: "I havo had a complication of diseases, .but my greatest trouble has been with iny kidneys. Four bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparllla made ino feel like n new person; as well aud strong as ever." W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer st., Boston, Mass., had been troubled for) cars with Kidney Complaint. By tho mo of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, ho not only '!. ..! 11 Vegetable Blood Purifier CCIKS Imimu rrtulrl Mrmlomb, aal .iiiti wiiacAmtiaJ vita Hit atftllai ml' lriHiKtMtirli.ltnieruttUe'iS, rf Ctitf . Riiint r9 awiifdlTM ( Vini'i t in. tt !! rtit4 rr rtlauMt, nit tomrauta ini hCniki. CrM ( 1 tr taf '"ln itrli l.i. 'i lit TTit 'iTntttx ror It. rVlr WALTER A.TATLOR. AtltnU.Oa 8.niH. i h mou'R. mm ai.Kitanar cuxniaL ew !Maurj ! caiklrta Tttiaiai. rMtaltbl 4l14Ut, Hoth;ior tale by l)r. 11. L. IJOUUNK, Stanford -'itri'-IT- i . W'.i" WW A)V eET JlMI XJ Xj JLm 3H 1 3NT, tt ,in !. nn( O'tl ripeurtal t ll itlH .mliiliiik. .ttlr m.nlrtu(ecr4p ill tit i' SaVT Tm 1 gnm 1 iifti, - .tirttuttit IV -- i fithprM from alr llit istll trttmi ! U w Itoglktra itm 'S! .(Tu,, rlM 1 1 Prevented the dUeaso from assuming n fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John McLcllan, cor. Bridge and Third it., Lowell, Mass. writes : "For several j ears I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney Complaint, the latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My appetite was poor, und I was much emaciated; but by mlng ' i Cancer, Catarrh, Hcrofula, L'coiuu, Ulcers, Itlicuinatlsiii, Wood Taint, ol Mer- OPERA HOUSE 8TANVOUI), KY. U.rrdltftry or otherwise, without the use - Proprietor W. P. WALTON, cury or I'oUiU. nooks on "Contagious Wood I'olioa" and "Blood rjliaof8tag,'30iM. Elaht ctianleUMts of Boeu, and Rkln Dlirain" mailed free. ery, ratine capacity, Incladlnc gullcry, toy Ileaioaabla rate to good attractloni. For sale by all drugjliti. THE BWIKT BPECinC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa. N.Y. 157 5M81. AYEK'S to ii. Grand Combination INTERIOR Courier-Journ- arsaparilia my appetite and digestion Improved, and my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggists. Trlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Low til. Muss., U. S. A. Dyspepsia & Asthma the ikill of lb moat of Ihachroolo pbyilclanl. hare tbelr origin In Dyiptpila. Thai; tup. toms are loai of appallta, lou of llrab, a feeling ol fullneasor weight In tho stomach, eccaslonal Tomltlng, aeldltr, tlitulenrc, dull pain In the ho d, with a nnntlon of hearlpru or glddl-neIrregularity of bowels, low ipirlta, aleeplen. now, sallow akin, derangement of kldotya.and not unfrrquently palpitation of tba heart. If you are suflenug with any of tbeae aymptomi prevent time bat baffled Two-thlrderal-urrt THE JOURNAL al Can Ito Cured. There Is perhapa no dltae so prevalent ai Indlfntlon, and one, tio.lhal up to the a nau-arm- And the LouIiTllle Weekly j?( little dli-ea- rr One year for only $3-- wo pjjwri for more than the price of one. ,. AYIER.'S DR. HOLT'S Uy raylnjuiWyou will reolra for ona year yoarhomo prtjier with the l, the reprwnlatlra newtpapor of the ttotlth, ilemoerat. le and for a tarlo fur rerenue only, and tba brlf hteit and ablrtt family wrakfy In the Unltrd hUtca. luoaa bo dealra to eiatulna a sample copy of th Courier-Journcan doaual thit offlc Courier-Journa- Itt, al Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure FcVtr and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lie uiltteut Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Break-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd nil discuses nrMng from Malarial poisons. Dyspeptic Elixir WILL Cl'KE YOC. 'or aalaby r--f ,! ll a Pr. M. L. TJoutie, SiUnJofd, Kj,13-Ct- MYERS HOTEL. 8TA2rrOHD. KY. E. U. BDRNSIDE, ,. .. . .... . ...I jvun aiwAisaari cmicaco . JV iioui r 'WW Through Coaohoa and Pullman Rr- v Slooping Cars. -- "Harpers, S. C, July 0, IS84. "For eighteen months suf-crewilltr Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. Kroro I el LouiMilllo - Propr s I Tkia Old Hi. and' Woll - Known Hotol Still MaiutainB ibj HiRb Clilcugo, Cliicliumtt Jo ChlcaKo, ImlliumixjllH (n CliIcitKU THROUOil TIME TABLE (O Via Loularllle: Roputation, AND r- - EDWIX HARPER." Dr. J. C. rnnrjuiED by Ayer & Co., Lowell, Moss. Sold by all Druggists. Proprietor ii Determined that it Shnll be riecond to no Country Hotel in the State in ill Fare, Appointmonti, or Attention to Comfort of Arr. t.e. " Chlrao... ljtfaytte. UiulMlllt... 7 8 29 p lit j tatn7 J0, ml IWiu g 40 I 1 pm 00 a la Via Cincinnati Ma. Cincinnati Air. Chicago,, Dally their Guests. ............I t7 JOam " Indianapolis....... .. f 13 II p ta .,... 1 awptuj BMau 11 43 p uj 30 ti ta fhally eirr-p-t BunJay. a fraoi tb 6. DagKags t freo of charge. Kperlal affommoditl on nllionteyea Union i CSherryPeatoral Should bo LcDt constantly at hand, fur uso in emergencies of tho household. Many a mother, startled In tho night by tho ominous founds of Croup, finds tho little sufferer, with red and swollen face, gasping for nlr. In sudi cases Aycr's Cherry I'cctoml Is lna!iinblc. Mr.. Emma Gedncy, 159 Wost 123 St., New York, "While lu the country, last writes! winter, my little boy, three ycara old, was taken ill with Croup ; It seemed ns if he would dio from strangulutlon. AjcrN Cherry Pectoral was tried In unall nnd frequent does, and, In less than half an hour, the little patient was breathing easily. The doctor nId that the PKCtontl saved my dsrllng's life." 3Ir. Clin. B. C01111., writes: "Aycr's Lnndou, Guilf-jul-, Cherry Pectoral tn Klnaia TVl'rll ri"rrUITiI.M liii, culcl appliJ with brand or and lie mro yonr ticket roadi Tla tba Clr. MOW ON JftOUTE, (U M. A. A C. R'y) as It Ii tho qulckmt. the belt and tuost direct line to Cblra (0 and K)lnta In theNorthwait. -1880 THE CODfilLfUClT.:" or LIVING IDEAS AND LIVC ISS'JL - iittsu Tlckata Tla tho Monon ItouU on ial at all principal ticket office!, for rales, maps and lull ta formation, address WM. 8. UAI.DWIN, O I'. A., Cblcaco. A. J. O'ltEILLY, U. a. A., Loulifltle. MS Mnii!iiollrs, (Mlrili:atii, mii flic fclilrlt nf Keclluiial ttrl.V. 1 tXiMX Of Th Itnr-ln- i(lli ri-pi- blrf), U thn NtHtpibcr ol the South. I. aku,-vilcliip- r.orrr-Jiiri- l llrvar V'vTTra. t , mul raiuctlon ol tho Vy tb rlrt, VVjr ln-- t, true life. 1 how, through the light that I obtain through Christ l If it was uot for tu j promise given me of pure gra?, I would havo boon in the evil of my ways But tbo time came nheu the liglft of tba hotter way was shown me, and I hositated not a moment when conviction seized me tj accept it und go out aud proclaim my faith uuJ lovo and belief to the world. Now, ootno Do forth and doonumtnly act, utltt-ttnot be afraid or u3iimi)J to acknowledge tho Savior who has done to muo'.i for you." Tbo oarnost und s:rai;htforwur.l appeals of Mr. Small broug it many to tbt clmieel rail, and a sirvu'j of s mg was In JulgeJ lu by thos who lingere 1 long ubout tbo altar. Sam Jouos and Sim Small have I osn in Cincinnati for a mouth, mid thi remit of thtflr work has reached to w on Jrtul proportions. Thd work i begun iu Trim;.- Aj.E. church, but soon it became uec.-uto transfer tho meeting to tho Music ilnil, mid daily tuj immoiHi auditorium has Ikieu filled to overflowing. Sam JoneV spjclal sermons o "wives" to ths "young lidlw," to " tho have called forth audiences remarkable in tbelr nature and numJe-tmto-da- y . "worl-ingmen,- "Now thoro is but ons question tbat comes to your minds, and that is shall I do the works of rlghtsomuMS as best I know urltl The Weekly 7ais 1inow lu fuue. Courler-iaurnc- on nil V1 ftepretenta-tl- i Oemccr t a In - CHEdJlPEnKiiD flllli) -- HT. thi- tin - 11 1 u jr tb a Kcii(iicI()H Itoiilo EhhI roa- Ii tlm f e Unit"! nmtl-- tiif-irri- r. of the uitr.T. e- -i mill Um mi) Saved IV.y Life, 'tii trjr tloittli"rib World, thruucbutit )'T it 1 in iclcyaphlo nes f'ilitli i.i itliv IIihiiIiii und ablnt xntr 'h f.irr, iuleiilf In the ctli-- r ltlint Mat", r l wiVly uiiil r r tl ii miny and qunllir aii, ar In 11 h Imuk of It, It l n"wiipr nMlthl in tho Washinglon, Philadelphia and Now York. Tho only line running l'ULMIAX XlJtV SLUEI'LVd ASP - 1 A US tin nesoltha neck It ki-- from i trnl Shjrt Stories I'jpcr. bud iiNo the lifo of my little son. As ho Is troubled with Croup, I dare not bo without thN remedy In the Iioimp." Mrs. urlltratban nnjr It liln ctt r.ti r timu' r of Serlil ty K'r' r,.iuiMat m. p..utar A 1 lo l A SOLID TBAIN KHOM tlx Mcli-priiv- u Model Political nnd Tamlly al lc mrkuiIiw J. Gregg, Lewell, Mm., writes: "My ohlldrcn hao repeatedly taken Aycr's Cherry Poetoral for Coughs and Croup. It gives immediate relief, followed by cure." Mr. Mary K. Evr.. Pfnmton, P., write).: "I hac two littl.- b s, both of whom linvc been, from Infancy, subject to tolent ntlacks of Croup. AIkiii six monthi ago we begun uMne- A j " Cherry Pectoral, nud it net likt- a clmnn. In a few minutes after the child lakes It, ho breathes easily and ltis well. mother ought to know what a blrlr.g I li.wc found In Arr's Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. Win. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., wrltoi : "In our family, Aycr's medicines have been blessings for many jears. In cases of Colds and Coughs, wo tako - r tho fiya r; m i tbr.Mit!, .nf .In 1 Tho Wcokly Courier-Journhas by Xiarneat (Jlrouldllon orany Dum-oratnewspaper la America. It Ii orknonh Igul by pru and jopU l, I Louisville, Cincinnati ds Lexiugton, Sy to Washington Clity, ConcttlcK In tlieiuiod.jol tilth Fust Trains for How TbnnirtctllonUito York. Kftliau hxt. l.n. Is A MltboiH It Tiri-l- y at In Tnrlety; prmt In nrwy kiw llmt mrjwJyrhniiM itu..ul It 14 n (ml nirtMiilty Tbi)( vl i) nca til.o it aro nut vlllluj tu r, r"itlnUIn iIt graat tu cnUrpilii-- rr; pr currectu-or iufuiHw-ht -t mini Mnttit to m n n rit. Tu bo Hilinmt III tlior I. (rt fin Irool 'i FREE PREVIIlJiYlS. list uf Imiijx mfl ai iiwrtil iremlun 11 , t nf a ri chirqau (imp I il r I'i nit. I 1 nit. I n 'I. r, 1 of fne t ijrarly ulncrlb-i- . j'int fur tlina, w ihii1 j.jr 1 f Wikly Uuurlrr-fi.u- rt d Siippl, turnt, tjlvlug l.ynchburg. Daiirlll", Nnrlolfc and all Virginia ami North Onrnluia 1'lnti and lurther Information, nnply to your nearuat ticket olfloa or addrtua , w, Mou , Lllr. I'rclslit aod I'ttmoivt AMUt, Irfilnton Ky. C. W. KJTITH, H. W, t'II,,l!U, (reii'l Uat.air, (loa'i Blrbiunnit, Virginia H-riK-- rti Ery uur ful lint of ruiiuiii, tu iiuynUm. STJBSOItirTION TEHM3. W'ae'.lr, one yir, i lading a fr 0 pr' Ir-- im'USrpr t M n month, IVhy: bo woulJn't bara, lysnu hoiriJ a month if his father did or gek that, before bs'd steal souietUlu into soma other devilment I'm glul there o ouifcw.U in thd kingdom of Christ re mbofi the sou can uuine book and take.a hired vrvaat's plac. If you evsr com) back, you'll be tha son; you won't bava to live m hmh cAbln on short wages anJ oa short T&tioas, but whtn you coma back you'd bo a aoa ut u grauJ Father and a no bio Father. Til Ik) ouh of thy hired servants' what a xiistabel l'oor, fellotr he's made so many UauJeii wo can look over this one. u 'But - sjvu this, thy ou, was oaxi, u- gra no hlrHl servants ta tba king dom f, JasU ChriJtlr'5Tiiat,bay had'eono Ionia ami lotkedyhUJTsthr!td glvj blm a kire sjrvnnt'i place, aa1 put bltn in'a little tabia:at the back! of the' noun, and give crva.' "Tb'sre f" change in a fellow in my life.' The hf H washed happy1 lay,' when ' Jesus my sins awav.' iwas a himv man. a saved man. and I want right about and left off my wickedness frcm that day to this. "Look bare, cltizous of Cincinnati ,Hero is a man who has bm west twentyjyears and be comes back td Cincinnati, and a poor, 'bloated, UesotteJ, drunRoa Wretch ktagger along tho wals; and that gentleman who bas living in the weU twenty years, aavgj 'Who was that staggonng along there!' T1iat'iBlllSjp,ttu!'-so- . That can't bsblm. BUI, was one of tho nicest young men in ths city.' 'I tell you that is Bill he bis bejn a vagabond for ten 7ears.' 'Well, well, I nover saw such a b-e- u You just let H with 'he churches of tbelr caoie A great many uamos buvo not booa obtained of tbose living at a distance and in ths suburbs of tin city. The doctor ssid: "tne newspapers of Cincinnati have boiis a vas help to us in tbls work, spreading wi sermons to thousands throughout the coan'ry. Why, we get boats of letters every das from those living at distances, who have read these sermons and of the movement, and have be como interested, on J pray for its success." c bers. To soe mi nudloucd of "women only" filling tho hull with brightness and color, aud also the great gatberngs of 'mia only,' whose striking features was tke gomhemess Imparted by tbolr plainer attire, was to witness the two oxtromes of mighty asueuiblios. The singing of an audience of 5,000 wo.nen holds a peculiar feature of sweetness and strength that canuot be forgotten by thoso Mora who are so fortunate as to hsar men and women have talked about the two Sam's and critieisnl them pro and con, and luore men and women have attended tholr tneotlugs than during any revival in the past fifty yoars. Dr. Joyce said to tbo reporter that ovor 4A0 names have beeu obtained of those who had come forward and prosaitod to unite Ayer's Cfierry Pectoral, and the Inconvenience "Pr. Is soon pr"lilUlll, 'm ..,. 1.10 Tar arery club ol fito namoi sent us it ono time, tender cl club wl'l bo sent as a present iny In of our free premiums one selected by Mm. Dalljr, incept UIl l.i) ), li.o jinr . $10.00 lUlljr, (ntcp Mmdt)), alx lii'Hithn. JiUU Ually, (rxerpt bunla)), ouo Muolb 1 .00 Huinlay, ix luuhtLi , 1.10 !?o trTellii2 agnf nro employed by tho Couili butiiEooil wall It-- 1 It I et. rv r..iiimuiill, tu vluju u lvral miU rcmmlinn H nlli).-,l- . Courier-JvnrnIf tbo nvlKhlior-lm,Iimi i.u lima l, iuut in ymir eeii'l tu ti l.,r .mr Arnt' CciuhmIiii 'iUli frtof rtj.irr All fur outflta, urtii, ioprj,H.,i ulJI.iMMriv.cVftri ' taiuida Wklr,iiiiubif IirhuaiidbMir, without IX0 L. & N. Louisville & -- THK ' Nashville R, R, .OBKAT THKOUGli TRUNK LINE TO TIIK Bi,bi jar 2.WJ forgotten." ricKPAHED it J. C. Ayer & Co., nv Lowell, Mass. fr SOUTH & WEST Pallman Palace Sleepers. f to NiinIivIIIc, ' Mcmnlilti' Atlanta, Montgomery. m Eold by all Druggists. (.ld. iriil , FOB ForklJtnl. I bsMOJ. ' ttAJbsE Avrr. "' ' V. H. HALDEMAN, Tn ! pcxxl 4it 0.iMfJunl Cfc, Louisville ' KY , on 00 on cntitAlnW f,f lo till pi ta latter fl rich land (ximfortaVe with xrit in t pirutc trivia Alto 1 HO A Cfen of No. 1 Kuob Land (n M&m' lisp, "" tiunfo d All nf lhlilanl lutWn MHrMirTrd and any ooe v ty oalll'iK on tue. within to pircbaicm Will lllor fur rx-- h or on my rraaopabl llmo, ti vllb lotornt nl enti wlth,ioll tlirtiiulitrj:U(r HDln li nir nO j ui i" u if n in 73m!J Str-m-s pr :on&VW&. MMhto 1M& NH17A tll -l Mobile und Nmv OrleanN. Only one cbaojte to points In lilttlu Ilock, A, P, .1 lure nuiuU r of it. FRI.A It. hunfjltl, K.T j "'JlVljK Wul MiulltS auu mm mm fitf43 amSfaTaV Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Beeklng homes on the Una of Ibli road will recelre special ratea. Flnu Sliortliom 1 iull, nnJ 1th will ZAlrJSi aTOft ntKlC m tit. ii. f Mi. Gen , ,r... r"!u I'llV of t V i ! . '.i if t'u-n- . ' ' alb, 5To. I'rlce I will rll low Vdillrsi nil nrtfrnj nn f"Uiib, mm! ofm tlnil In Pnki'of I'ljiiirte, nii.rlr animal: or f ti.?,. tir 1. hvft Ami J886 iptlletoti, aal tacmismtriof Hrr otfnn'a. ji. i'. nt'i ui ii.o;vi:u)Ki:ii, O.'t p. ir'U'lr M MlrJU. M. tiluitratljiii, prlMi, uaorau dfiatpil.m in4 ? alntbw dlrKtloiii tor cl.oUoi nil iuWIii i VTIIKTAIILK i.,iutbu frr II it CO., Detroit, Mlchl(kii, .l,a.AgenUorth, ac, ar writs C V Company lor raua.routea , iTMORp, r LoultTllle, uly "