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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886022301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tfc Sons 0 Veeklii vol. xty. SM-ffiMl- B literal I. J. mifti NO. 101. STEWCOMB HTOTEI h?cuirwr,BubjKt m STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1886. niuiorottritaI ' the "Grape Court," adjacent; n, glittering Hon. J Boyle Stone. C1.1MD1TKS. heap of gorgeous Inlaying, awaiting furA good picture of Hon. J. Boyle Stone ther consideration." It would coat much appears in the Frankfort Capital, to far MT. VEENON, KY. E. 'Praiso tho Lord. God is Lovo and Noth- to replace and restore them. It would aa the face la concerned, but we know the KENNEDY -- AT n This old and Hotel Is still maining Elso." be a disgrace to sell such incomparable Judge combed hia "bar" before be bad It to ihe tc,,on oi taining in fine reputation. Chargoa reasonable. 3,JEItAriNUM, relics. So they lie carefully KUtrded for taken and that he doea not wear it standing Special sttentton to the trarcling public. ' Aaiu, N. W. 1 India, Jan. 10th, 1880. somo future viceroy to work them up on Itaend llkequllla on a fretful porcu wilt be of 31. SEWCOStV, I'ro'r, unaehWl It w credit (hit GEORGE fl. CABPENTEn Mt. Vernon, Ky. when there I lots of money to spare. 1 pint. This sketch accompanies the picpecttd and demanded. COKTINUKD MOM LAST ISSUE. fer 0oD,Jr ae,k' ,ubJe' w good brother Seymour one of our think It will be long before they stand up- ture: Oar ae- Hn??hi,,A.t IiHB P HUFFMAN, v..... va uV aGUJW)ti;T( Hon. J. Hjjle Stone, representative from old Lahore parlshlontra after the mutiny-w- ant right again tboe exquisite marbles of tlin W. P. WALTON. STJrtGOEOlT Caaey and Rusaell, waa born In Russell with ua over tho place, and gave us Indian Solomon Sbah Jehan. Al. JOHNSON STANFORD, KY. Heaps upon heaps of great unmounted county thirty-sev- en eome idea of llfo in those troublous years ago. Attended South aids Footprints. ,,dt for Arnawor of Lincoln county, sub Office Myers UoUl: Main etreot, two doon abov the limes, when he, with others, shouldered an cannons, lie in tho open courtyard in front the schools of Russell county, the high Jcct to tlio action ot tho JJemocraoy. "Footprints on the sands ol Mine." Pare Nltroui Oxide iu adiolnlitored when reof Akbar'a Audience Hall, Row upoo schools of Burkaville, Ky., and the Preaby- quired. 8heM n great mid raried knowledge, picked unwonted musket, mounted guard and row of huge mortars with great gaping terian College at Columbia, Ky. Studied marched, aa ordered, againat the common W1XLIH O. HARNETT up, at a female colleiio, of quadratic, mouth turned upward rest upon their law with Judge M. H. Owsley, of Lancas I a Candidate lor tht office of Jailer of Lincoln hydrostatic and jineunatlc Terr vast. foe. Ho took us to a dark cavity, in the extremity of one of tho many range of ungraceful trucks; and stack of solid ahot ter, Ky., and waa admitted to the bar in "nil "t ' prlmary B'OCtlon of the Demo- She wai atuflVd vrith erudition a you the old palace, and aald: "Hero were the speak of war and carnago in hard iron 18G0. Served one term aa county attorney tuQ a leather cushion, s'.l the olio quarters In which I wa glad to have my tones. In this court also stands the Empe- of Caaey county and one term aa county kIoa of the colleed and the knowledgW. T. SAUNDERS dear family sheltered for 5 months." They ror Iahangeer's bath a single prodigious judge of the same county. He is service es of the pact From to . ol block of granite, about six feet cube, hol his first term in the Legislature and for bia thjSmcifr.c'r!0' She had studied the oil lexicon of Peru-fla- n were the reverse of sumptuou. Two little, lowed out with a spherical cavity. peculiar fitneaa for tbe position he waa and Mextcann, their iueoloRy, ten feet iquare apartments, with no ventil In one apartment, which the ladiea of the made chairman of the committee on county T. M. PENNINGTON anthropoIoRr and Keolouj o'er and o'er ation but an open doorway, could not have been comfortable in July aud Auguat in Zenana ueed for bathing, the whole of the and city courts and given a place on the A large, finely Illustrated Pamphlet, Bhe knew all tho fortua and featorea of tho for:.C!?1.unt.r Clerk ot Wacom, tubdomed ceiling and panelled sides of the committee on Court of Appeals and Supe ed to the deDemocracy. phehtstdrlecreatnrea Ichthyoaaurtia, India. I am not going to attempt a desoriptivo of ths Northwost. Statistics spacious room la composed of small look- rior Court. plealoeaurus, mejaloaaurua and inaiiY scription of the contents of this wonderful compiled from official sourcea. Sont Freo B. PAXTON place. It waa here that "Akbar the Great" ing glasoes, wrought into intricate and fanA Psalm of Life. more. tastic patterns. Lighted up the effect must 0. H, WAEREIT. There ia but little in life to live for. lie candidate for County Attorney, lubject to tbo on application to She'd describe the aucknt Tuacano, dJ the ueiu court, and hta luxurious successors, ,b" fl"1 Bday in SlircV7 O. P. A., St. Paul, Minn. Etrueoana, their each mado splendid additions to eytn the have been dazzling. And so these old po The world is a hollow mockery, full of lliaquci and the We griddle atid their kettle and the vic- superb edifices himself had built. Perhaps tentatea and their harem beauties lived and troubles, trials and bad the purest structure In whito marble in Indi- died. It Is very pathetic to attempt to re- go forth in the moraine full of hope and JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD tual that the; Knwed. 0LUBBITO KATES. a-next to the pearleai "Taj" is the call tho gorgeous life, ao long departed, as come borne at night full of bad whisky. We Iaa Candidate for County Attorney ol She'd dlicuai the learned charmer -t- he Lincoln, aubject to the action of the Democracy. one stands over the monument that bring dabble In To thoso Ueslrltjg additional reading matter we politic and bet all our money on tbolocT of Rratnah, and the ecandata "MotlMujId"inApaFort. The "Pearl will club tho the leading man and the other fellow get-tet- h of the Vandali aud the aandlea that Temple" is Indeod an appropriate title. them back in imagination. JUDGE T. TV. VARNON Y After all however there Is not yery much INTERIOR JOURNAL The vlata of Saraclne archea three rows they trod elected and we are left to mourn. T a Candidate for lo the office of Coun-t- y A follows: might gWnta and the of which support the place of prayer ia In it; though there is a gratification, all iU We run for office and our friends manShe knew all the Judge, mbject to the action of tho Democracy. l. With the Weekly U CO matter minda of iclence, atl the learn- moat exquisite. The perfectly laid marble own, in looking upon the very spot of earth age for u and behold we come out badly " " New York World 2 60 floor I covered with nearly 000 gracefully where special interest historical, sentimening that waa turubg in the burning scooped and crushed financially. JAMES IV. ALCORN " " New York Sun 3 00 traced eptcea each being the parallelo-grammatl- o tal or religious centres. But I should mind of man We marry for wealth and our girl's old " " lltrper'i Magazine 5 CO El!. . i 7 !or.Vlrculf Judlf ,n 'he thli Dla- ' ....... .mji yu vu0 bcuoq 0i mi jjemocTaoy. tquare aasigoed to a single wo- never look to travel, in itself, to satisfy the man assigns. " Harper' Weekly 5 20 I)ut aha couldn't prepare a dinner for a " " 3 00 Southern Utrouac gaunt and htingr sinner, or net up a rthier, where he had ample room to make craving of one's higher nature. It ia a We deny ourielf many things in order to " " Home and Farm 2 CO decent supper for her poor voracious hi prostrations ao eaaential In Mohamme- pleasant adjunct nothing more. As for lay up some each in the bank and the R. O. WARREN In tact, no matter what publication you desire, wo can furniah it with our paper and iara you papa, for she new waa constructed dan prayer. At tho sldea are private apart- the unutterable cravings of the soul, for cashier fleelh into Canada. And to an evil la a Candidate for to tbe office of trouble and expenso of remitting for it, ments, for fern a I on, where, through the lace rest those are "the torments of our great hour, when we dream not of it, the merAttorney ol the 8th Judicial on the old domestic plan. from SOcenla to St SO. action of the Democracy. Lynn Union. Old iubacribers, who ha to already paid, can screen of perforated marble, they nea" m one has said, and can not be allay- chant presenteth a bill for our wife's new liko o avail themielres of tbl offer by paying tag could see and hear without themselves be ed by foreign travel, or satisfied with any- bonnet and the farm and stock goeth under between 31 and the amouuta named. An Ottrdtttied Society Ladf. O. II. WADDLE W. P. WALTON, Pro'r, Btanford. thing short of the full possession of our mortgage to pay for it. Speaking of moral rewind m that one ing vlsibla, Three beautiful dome crown Commonwealth God, aa a known friond and companion. Attorney of Woe is man! Of what little consequence Flc?!n,dl1atf al IT. net, lubject to ths actlon'of of the ladiea of the diplomatic corpa is the tnu'jid proper, all of graceful proporJudic Dir the Democratic parly. ' tions and polithed white marble. In front Vain ia the aeareh elsewhere for a hiding Is his joy. caukjog a great deI of talk by her luinod-ea- t catliering thero i a floe open equare, paved with place and rest. In infancy he is full of colic and catnip, In dreeing, aod at a publio JOHN S. VAN WINKLE We are having delightful meetings every In yonth he goeth about recantly alia appeared in a coiluuie which, smooth stone slab; a fountain and tank are with a thorn in OHIO MISSISSIPPI for the "faithful" to ptrform night. The Baptist brethren have placed hia heel. would in the centre, !i&CmMd.t,.f0.rfcC,.BU Jud" of tUo 8tl If It hrul Ivpeu worn anwhere Primary election ol tho Demablutions, before worship, and cloistored at our disposal a small chapel, used for In the evening of his life he lieth down ocratic party to be held tbe 1st Saturday in March, hare cued the interference of the KIice. The direct through line and old cstabllihcd route She U young and beautiful, and her reputa- recedes all in white marblo adorn the vernacular services, which will hold about with the rheumatism, aches and from A 150 people. This is filled every evening. pills. of the quadrangle. I unaUined, but oven In Waahington other three side tion Louisvillo & Cincinnati to St. Louis TV. L. DAWSON Tbe "Week of Prayer" waa obierved last very handrama gateway, worthy entrance The place that once knew him now only noddy, which tolerate almotl and all points in tho Wo3t. candidate for Jullnr nf rinir. rv...-- ....i to this palace built for Ood, complete the week and our meetings were appointed at knows him by the promiaorr notes and ac- I a to she can not k muuli furlltvr without g Ject the action of tho Democratic party. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. a if 41 r. m. whole. It la in porftct preservation Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati counts left unpaid. And thla ia the end of the respect of decent peopl. Khu haa to fat. Louis. Aa elsewhere, Agra was thoroughly man. been noted for an ambition to exhib- even "glim visaged war" refined to Iny hie SAM. M. OWENS Only lO hours from Loulstllle and Ciuclmiatl rough hand upon such a sacred spot, to poisoned and prejudiced before we came, ... .... In youth he danceth into the ring eager la a candidate for Jltr r rtni it the charm with which bountiful nature tot. Louis. de'ecrate ita purity or mutilate its fair pro and, aa utual, prejudice ia breaking down to knock somebody out, but the first thing Ject to tbe action of tbo Democratic party. haa endowed her, and the artistic perfecTho Only Lino by which you can tion of her delta U aa welt known aa the portions. It ia a credit to tho Hindoos, before the truth. We expect the devil tj he knoweth he ia ornamented with a black got a Through Bleoping Car . R. CARPENTER, Wnihinulon Monument, but her drtses that during their brief ascendency when n:ni ua alwaya. l',lae would our message eye. From Clnclnsll to St. Louis. aa County I,fi0,.a."JJte ,0T. He cometh forth in fine raiment and a tubject to the action of the Democratic Attorney. have been cut shorter nod shorter at the the Moghul Dnanty wa expiring of in be from him and not from the God be party. he goeth top, and wound more closely around her a anltion they spared the Mohammedan hate. And, Praise the LORD, wo always standing collar and at noon-da- y J. HO O JirTUT through from LouliTllla J, OfcSt.iXL, Istboonly lino running tombj disgrace- expect to get the victory over him, by a about with one suspender and the seat of Louis, all other routes being and Cincinnati to N. TV. HUGHES the acaeon haa crown, until oho might as Moequca but they defaced mado up of a combination of small roads. fully. The same can not be said of the little patient "good fight of faith." For his panta patched with an old sock. welt wear nothing at all. I a Candidate lor Superintendent Publio Scoola Tho Ohio A MlasisMnpl Railway runs Palatial He carrletb a torch in the procession and of Lincoln county, subject to tbo aotion of the On theoccusion referred to she appeared follower of the fairs prophet, when the about ihe 150th time this same old strugBlfplnj Car on night trains: ; Luxuriant Pnr- Democratic party. i gle and conquest is now going on. And ao whoopeth up for his partv and behold thf lor uatson nay tra Day coachellk which Glted her ho power wm theirs. They sacked idol d in a es on all mini. will it be to tbe end If wa arc cut iVi.Iii'u.. man wlio staid at home is appointed. perfectly that one who loakrd at her from and close connections are made in UNION Direct REV. A. ROGLEJ DEl'OTd with directing lines by theO. 4 M. Akbu was n great exception to this uni- "Pray for us," that utterance may be given Such ia the career of man. acroaa the room could not dUtlnguUh whero Hallway, thus nToiJIn troUesoiuo transBPerlntendent Publio Schools began. Tbcro versal Muaaulman proclivity. He waa not a to preach and sing the dear gospel that haa Lo! in such an hour, when he dreameth fers by othi r routes. the fabric ended aud the lleab of Lincoln, t to tho action of tho Democ-nicblgot-b- ut Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Hallway la tho only line rather a froelhluker. He Inquired already done to much for bo many. All not of it, a breach mule kicketh him a rufile or a wrinkle from her corwa not between Loulsrille, Cincinnati and BU Louis under one management, running all its Ex. sage to her train, and not the slightest or- of all, and had a dream of being the founder well and ever happy in the LORD. Ever athwart tbe centre and he dietb. trains through solid and in consrquecco TV. H. WITHERS Geo. O. Barnes. 1 recognized l'irst-Cla- u nament, except a bunch of rose at her of an eclectic religious system, baaed upon in Jeaus, Route beShe Was Bony. tween thos Cities. waist ol the atme lint aa her neck and the beat to be extracted from Mohammedan"Candldato for Asaeisor, ubjct to the action A Judge's Plain Talk, John Henry, tbe maaber, stood on the ofthe Democracy. Apply to ticket A Keats of connecting Hoes for drea. The corsaee wa laced at the buck, ism, Hindooism, Budhlsm, Confucianism lull particulars as to rate, time, maps, circulars When the jury in the Oilman murder corner with one of his kind waiting for a or any desired information, or write to Ha allowed freo dirous-aio- n Christianity. wbat there waa of it, but from her chin to and brought over from Alexander'a girl to come along whom ho might crush. ROUT. H. FORMAN, H. SWOPE of these dif- trial were . of the variou profe-vor- a Ky, Trar. Pass. Ag't O. A M. It'y. her waiat It wa one unbroken line, and as Hotel and placed in their box, Judge Jack-eo- n At laat a thin young woman from tbe ru Iaa Candidate for County W. il. PEA BODY. W.fl.SHATTUC, Clerk of Lincoln, subject faced you the looked exactly like a ferent systems, gathered al bia court. (Jen. Pass. Aj't, be Pre, and Uen'l Min'gr, h aettou of tho Democracy. looked at them very sternly for a mo- ral districts came by, and John Henry Cincinnati, O. And he tried, in his government, to bring Her nnde statue of a pink mermaid. ment and raid, speaking very slowly and thought he had found her. Aa she passed He married a aklrta were as tight as her corge, and ev- this Eclecticism to 1886. GEORGE R. COOPER distinctly: he said something about her being bony, aa u rid raped na- Hindoo wifo to conciliate his conquered ery outline waa aa dUtinct again give to you, for but he went after her, and catching up he Is a candidate for Couuty Clerk of Lincoln, aubject "Gentlemen, I subjects, and treated her right royally. Ho to the action of the L emocratic party. ture itaelf. Of course she made a sensaagainst said: Muiulmana at tho expense your consideration, tbe indictment tion, and I suppose that waa what she refused to favor "Good afternoon, Mies." you or the court or rewarding both, John Oilman. Either JAMES P. BAILEY wanted. Bhe couldn't have caused more of Hindoo-flhtl- ng "Good afternoon," she replied, sizing would bo much at fault if a verdict waa UABFEa'a Wkeklt bas now, fur more than 20 impartially, aa they resisted hi authority Iaa candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to tho appeared in talk if she had not reached under tbe evidence .in this blm up na If ahe waa going to put a price years, maintained tts position ui tho leading Illusol tha democratic prty . or yielded gracefully to hta sway. Latter. trated weekly newsnsper In America WH'i a tight. fWaslilnctonS-wietcase. I shall be compelled to keepyoti for on him. comiant Increase of literary and artistic resor Thla atrlct iuatice to all, alike, noon told he hesitated. "Ahem, Miss, ahem, it isablo tooBVr for ihsensuiu year attractions A Good Story. a considerable time, perhap to the end of T. D.NEWL.1ND unequalled by any prsrlous volume, embracing for (pod, In the support accorded to him "Well," she continued coolly, "why two capital lllustrnted serial storiaa, one Dr. M D Uoge, of Kichtnnnd, V., tell by the body of his subjects. He became the term, unleaa an agreement ia had. I la a candidate for8herifl of Lincoln county. sub- - Tlios. Hardy, among thefjrcmostol Hrlug by Mr. writers a Ject to the action of the democraoy. to the elTect that that don't you bark?" o( two Cnriatlan men who "fell out." One ol fiction, and the other by Mr Walter liesant, popular ruler of all who preced havo heard rumor tho most "Bark! bark! I don't quite understand," ono ol the most rapidly rising ol Engl h uotcI-lst- t: heard that the other wa talking iiglnat ed him. Hi Hall of Audience, with tho agreement i preented by one of your graphic Illustrations of uuusunl Interest to THE S EM he said inquiringly. readers iu all sections of tli muutry; eutirtaln-tn- g him aud paid: "Will you bo kind rnniigh very miiKnud upon which he sat to try number, who stands out against tbe rest. short storl, inottly llluitrated, by thu best "Oh, you don'i? 'Well, I might have I do not know whether this ia true or false, to tell mo nir faults to my face, that I may wntcrs.aLd linrortant ppers by high authoricsoh, olevated about G feet abovo tho level ties on the crrcf topics of tho djy. by your Christian candor and try to but, If it is true, that juror is bearing a known better than to have given you credprofit n trtutworthr rollt'eal of the court floor, are still preserved Everrooe whodt-slremuch Intelligence; but in our coun guide, an entertaining r.tiJ nmtnuUve family Jjur-ua- l, get rid of them?'' ''Ye', air," n plied the though thu marble p&iU is now broken in very grave responsibility. It is your duly it for eo vtitlruly Irco from features in to find a verdict, if it be possible to find try a puppy that haa had advantages (f other, ' I will tin it." They wont nalde and eevctal placo quite acrou. tlttirr Itltir prou or illutimtlonr, should subtraining always barks when it finds a scribe to Harper's Wcdly. "Hefoie you commeuco conformity to the law and tho the foruiur aald. In another court is shown a grtat Huare one in and if thin bo not done, I may be bone." telling what you think wrong In mo, will block of black marble once in a single Since that date John Henry is a banged HARPER'S PERIODIOALS. you plea-- ) how down with me aud let m piece, where tho Emperor sU, overlooking compelled to remove tho veil of secrecy Merchant Traveler. man. may h opened which covers yout deliberations and make pray oier It, that ray cyei ykak. a spacious court -!- 10 fet below, and enjoyHarper's Weekly J4 oo One gets a striking idea of the magnito ace my fault n you wilt tell them? You ed tho conflicts of fighting elephant, and known to the world the names of those Harper's Magazine. ...' .. 4 00 lead in tho prayer." It waa done aud when the contests of hi favorite wrcatlrra. This who are responsible. You will repair to tude of this country from the statement of Harper's Baaanr oo . Rey. Dr. Borrows, that if the entire populathe prayer waa over the man who had eousht Beat also commanded a fine view uf the your room." Harpor'a Young People 2 (0 "Now proceed with Tho jury repaired lo their room with a tion of the globo, estimated at 1,400,000,-00- 0, the Interview aald: Harper' Pranklln Square Library, riyor and the country Uyond. The legend BTANiOHD. tKY. Ono jwr(52 Nuuil-mio (0 were divided into families of five, the what you have to complain of in me " run that when the Hindoo IUjah of look aa If mmethiug had hit thorn. In Postago Free to all auUtrllcrs In the United But thu other replied: "After praying Bhurtpi're sat down upon this great mua-nu- tweuty ttilnutuo they returned with a ver Slate of Texas alone could give each famiSlates aud Canada. WAIiTON, finding Oilman guilty of voluntary ly half an acre of land to live upon. over it, it looka so little that it is not It wa rent In twain by unseeit powers, dict, The Volu.ncs of the Wkkkly begin with tha worth tailing about. Tho truth Ib, I feel who resented the. indignity. It ia cracked manslaughter, and fixing his punishment at for Tuesday und Friday at the Dist Number for Janaary 111 each Jiur. When Burdetle pays: "I hold it to be a solemn Is published ererylow no time Is mention!, It U uoderetovd that pries of now thit in going around talking aaiua clonn acro, now, at any rate. It i about confinement in the penitentiary for sixteen the subscriber wishes tn commeuco with the heaven-borself evident, truth, that a Louisville Times. Nuiulxir next after tho nctlptof order. you I have been serving the devil myself, 10 feet square and fl feet ttick polluted years. Hound Volumes of Haui'kb'3 Wnsictv, man who will play cheee fur amusement TWOjDOLLARN PER YEAR. for and I have need that you pray for ma and liku a mirror. three years back, In neat cloth binding, will bj hog owned by a Georgia farmer would saw a cord of wood for a joke." Some sent by mall, tvoslng paid, or by oxprsaa, froa ot thu wrong I have done you." forgive tue One court is ornamented in Hindoo etylc, eiixMiso (provided ihe freight il.je not exceed ona ate up his wallet conlaiulng $350 which bo man sent 25 cents to learn dollar per volume), for 17 per volume. An Dr. lloge tolls the story very well, and In compliment to Akbar'a Hindoo wife. Cloth Cute for each volume, tul.nbl fur bindaccidentally dropped in thu pen during a how to get $50 a weea at home working on iF LL ClASM ing, will bo suit by mall, postpaid, on tho receipt here and there in almost every community The apartment ol the Saraglio are someofll each. who might profit by It. thing superlative for gorgeously inlaid pil- trip of inspection. Xo animal but a hog a capital of $1, and received the following in a man or woman Itssnlttancea should be made by MonNoatly and Ohoaply Exooutod. could eat up $350 at one meal, but the cu printed sign: "Fish for foola, aa I do " ey Older or Draft, to avoid clisnie of bus. -R- eligious Herald. lars and marblo waintootting. Above one Newsrapers arc col to copy tbl. advertisement rious part of the affair ia that the farmer without the exprre order of IUmkr A I)ro. "Mer-rl-er- , A lady sent her little boy to a drug store whut Mary la that al Louie-vill- a court la an inscription In Persian inlaid discovered bis loaannd held a post mortem Address HARPER A fUtOTHL'ltS. tfew York. letter of black mahU, on white to the efthat everybody la runnln' down thar on the animals and discovered a wad which near by after a porus planter. When he fect that theJEmperor bad been told in a aaais4ri to see; and whut kind uv a kid haa she got, looked like a huge roll of chewed tolu. Ho catno back be handed it to her saying: eta unit f know?" aaked Mre. Bullaeite'a vision that, not hi heaven or earth, was has sent this to the Treasury department "Tbl is the pooret ono I could get." M like to jwf if ru. jV Ua there a building ao fine aa thla. Itcertain-l- y of her daughter, yesterday and the old ladv at Waahington to have Ita value bIz1 up A German geographer and statistician, "EIVCITAC- la wonderfully beautiful. One half of powerful nice FOR continued: "8heinustbon will create soma more Dr. A Fisher, estimates that an annual peerleoti court bad been taken down by and in this way he & woman, and have a mighty fine b.,y, 'cause ihl 'Vn nMi.t7 in our already yery much slaughter of 40,000 elephants la necessary of Bhurtpore during bis brief complications en u'u), everybody I see t talkln' 'bout gain' to the Rajah mixed up financial policy. And nobody to supply the Ivory exported from Aftlca. 20 Ter Ceai son.' " ncoupanoy with the Intention of transportLouisville to see 'Mary and her I hog would do this, either. but a Georgia ftcfit Bucken's Arnica Salve. it waa Mary' ing tho grand inlaid marble col urn us to hia Mia Maria explained, that rUvtUf frfc, own capital. Being diatutbed Iu his ar- "Commercial. noh The beat Salve la tbs world (or Cut. Braises they were going to Anderson Mustang Liniment is older than Wheu a pretty girl falls down in the Sores, Salt Bheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chipped rangement, he burled them and Boon after McJ I CufU. II Tipton. Hands, CallblalM, Corn and all- -in Eruptions, SmbUii oa rwripl most 'men, and used more and waa driven out of the Fort. They lay bur- roller rink, one iauomehow irrefutably recfilOO. At the island of Ionlsboffln, Ireland, the aod poaltlvely.curo Pile, or no pay required. I, more every year. are verging led and unknown until accidentally dis- minded of the American fltg. The pretty U guaranteed to give perfect tatlittctlon, or money whole population, about 5000 covered a few yeiru ago and oxhumed. girl aee stars and iverybody ele seea refunded. Price 23 cent per box. For eale by At leait 590 ar jUYKCRrj 3lVCbw," on actual starvation. V M V... .r. IV. :j They lie', prone, In what la known as at,!,i.. . Tlto'ir B. F. Avory 3t 8ona Louisville, Ky. .iWv on eaaweed. GEO. O. BARNES. CAU. ti-S- I. DENTIBT, JUST ISSTfJSB. Letters """ Golden Latitudes. J. " piano-player- SEMI-WEEKL- Courier-Journa- differ-onc- O. & M. el, ! I. w anti-billo- erei-ylning- . lo-in- js Plin plnk-tinto- J. aul-Jec- y J. Son-ert- tc-t- br. HARPER'S WEEKLY. ileah-color- n I" s e; Interior Journal W. P. ) d Pro'r. n tip-tow- n Post-OlQc- o $ HONEY f&tJtzl $ C A -- Man and Beast. aee.-Fre- 910Ol.r-Mrwl- i , mib-isll- ng A.f jincTHW mr nrmni I' Improving With go. The dead bodies of two negro boys sb. w. b. Brother Smalls, tho colored CongressDentlnt. were found tied to a sapling in the woods BTANFOSD, XKMTOCKT, They wero brothers of man, who has long represented one of tho change says: lie was In every respect a re near Savannah. Ut&c oa Lancaster streot, next door U- - lire-riJournal, office. OfBce houra from b to 13 A. markable man. lie possessed wonderful John.Qrabam, who is crazy on religion, Bouth Carolina districts, will, we are assur M.andl to6r. m. Anesthetics administered wbeo Febrnafy 23, 1880 msgnotio power over his audiences and his and it is thought he killed them as sacri ed by the Charleston 2?an and Courier, Ky., necessary. Stanford, llSHyr.) probably vole the democratio ticket at the oratory was of the kind that swayed the fices. Charles Luker accidentally shot and noxt election. "Tho announcement," adds erring. He probably addressed more peo Female College W. P. WALTON. his day than any man that ever liv- fatally wounded Isaac Nelson in tho chari- our Charleston contemporary, "under ordiple in CCUS couple at Hszel nary circumstances would be received with STANFORD, KY ed in this country. He was a veritable vari of a newly married as well if all who en- surprise," but it will be accepted now as ALEX. S, PAXTON - --; VIXT.B. Oan eeteewud bat eomawhat obtueu con- David in the carrps of the ttmpeiance war- Patch. It would be gaged in the foolish business had fared tbo ''only another of the miracles that have temporary, the Somerset Reporter, fllnga riors. No man ever converted more drunk Tho Second Terra of tho peroral station will ho. been worked by tho democratic poltoy in answered conundrum at our ards than Gourd, and no man's death ever same fate. this asilj la lob. Jit, ms. Locatlea WmmqI) dlsdpliae Two Morman missionaries attempted the State and in the Union." temkind hut Arm; Instruction thoroufh. Pupils rehead: "Bro. Walton, why did yon mention left such a vacancy in the ranks of the ceived at any Ume. Bond for circular. (K-lBob Smalls, who Is as black as a to hold services in a colored church at the reported awertlon of Mr. Waddle and perance advocates. tho is regarded a one of tho most faithGunntown, East Tennessee, nhon condemn it, if you are not taking a aide in assailed them with sticks and ful members of the House, and enjoys the THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. We mentionod it becaueo we this race?" BUILDERS ATTENTION stones and ran them out of the neighbor respect of his associates of both parties. had it upon good authority that he used By a vote of 70 to 23 the House resolvWe are now prepared to furnish all kinds of receiving severe wounds. Among his dusky constituents at home he hood, one of them the language and we condemned it because ed to indefinitely extend the session. the rough and igtnU for plsnto lalus. Five men named Turner waylaid one is considered a paragon. Two of them, so Koeii constantly on hand drained flooring, cellln. it is thoroughly undemocratic. Mr. Wadwthr-bordfA bill to allow the Boyle county court named Lane near Pinevllle Saturday and an old story goes, were once dlecussing doors, luh, blinds, moulding Ac, at lowest price. dle has denied that he was quoted correctly to collect an ad valorem tax is before the Tur- their representative in Congress. ami fired upon him. Lane saw one of tho MUtWHT &IMETCA.LF. and the Intemoii Jouiinal has published House. ners step from behind a tree and shot him "I reck'n," said one of them, "Smalls is together with an endorsehis statftmnt, It is announced that Representative dead. Almost immediately afterward Lano do greatis man in de worlT' ment of Mr. WaddU'd character for veraci- Adam Renaker will be married at Cynthi-a- na what you talk'n 'bout "You fell, bis body being pierced by several bulty. If Mr. Warren had used suoh lanon the 25th Inst., to Miss Hattie M. lets. nigger," exclaimed tho other; "Smalls nint condemned it just the guage we would have Jones. Mr. Hoar introduced a bill in the de grealls man in de worl'." CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, ...mo Thni'j Ho kind of a iournslist we Mr. Bobbitt haa introduced a bill to United States rienaie apprupri.uu W,-00- 0 man in toe won, nuus uu brother Rucker. We are for making authorize the people of Lincoln county to are, ThU powder nemvwle 1. A tuarrtl ol rurllr. for a fitting monument to Gen. Grant den?' trcngth ind who'cnoinenrii. More ecuuoralcai both candidate too the mark, but do not vote on prohibiting the sale of liquors in Chris' is de greatis man in de thsn the ordinary kln.lt, nJ can not b sold la On tho motion of Senator "Jesus STANFORD, KY. at Washington, contidar it the duly of a democratio paper said county. conipMltlon with the multitude of low lost, short Logan the amount was increased to $250,-00- 0 worl'." ORVrs Ms tente wdght lum or phiuphsln rowiW ft ill oolj lu to tho people of Sfsnrbrd and when both candidates are good to take sides The bill to appropriate $3,000 to J. cm. "Ya-a- s lloral. IUkino 1'owdkr Co.. .mm,, lAiui xiirrieire ami rrmi nntir.n but Smalls, he young yitl" and the bill was referred to tho Library 1M Wall turret, N. Y. Kusrautae satiiiseiten. men and good democrats BlMlnr mt,l.l of . Soule Smith, commissioner for Kentucky Committee. Smalls is several years older now, and it j uiniiruvuiunuDN ai low rales. New Orleans Fxposition, was report- The average lejhlator i patriotic in at the Robert Lllo was shot and fatally woun- is not at all inconsistent with his enthusiQftftSfttdQ dividual, but it is usually at the expense fit! ded by his father, John Lyle, the noted astic admirer's theory that he will become ! Senator Rigney haa offered a resolution 1 of the publio, which is not disposed to apcounty desperado, near Litletown. a wiser, a better nnd n greater man as he requiring afternoon sessions of the Senate Green preciate it. State pride, we suppose they father for getting grew older that he has now declared his Do rou know Itouroe, the The eon upbraided his mtn at after Monday, beginning at 3 p. M. and last. iboccw Drugstore? If not, low no time In uk-lo- g Drosacd Pino Flooring. Polling, Weather would call it, took many of our lawmakdrunk and mistreating his family, and the intention of voting the democratic ticket. ing two hours. his aoualntante. Boarda7Finisbing TTumFer, dreen ers to Louiiville Friday to see Mary Anderlatter shot his boy in the back while he was Courier Journal. He IspoUte, accominodstlng, and sails his goods Mr. Spalding wants a law passed to ringing the bell for dinner. consequently there was barely a suffLumbor in tho Eougb, inolnding son, lower than theloweit. Hehasjuitrectlred new Sciatica Relieved by Cocoaine. force every man to pay a poll lax of $2 for icient number of them at their posts SaturLatha and Shingles. Lexington circuit court, Judge cargo cf In the for the Spring trade, a splendid asDr. W. B. Menz, of Vidalia, La., write sortmentPalnti day to traneact business nnd nothing was the school fund, which he calculates will Morton decided that the act passed by the of Landreth's Ia bulk, the CelebraForlheconTenlenceofour customers la BUn-- . to the Medical Record that he was called to ted LxMare'a Iloek Crjital Spectacles and Kye-()-!-, g bare arranged with esterday was Washington's birth- put $800,000 in the treasury annually. T,c,n,,f done, co. Legislature some years ago allotting kespon his yards an assortment Ifearrn ? DrujgUU' Sundries, Surgical Instruyears of age, who had bill in regard to the see a lady, fifty-fi- ve Senator Harris' body day and of course no to be conducted at the Pcccnix Ho-t- l ments, Musical Goods, Show Cao Artlrlns, and a worn us dirett. He will aim passed 23 to 9. It gives been a constant sufferer from sciatica for make for of men in a legislative capacity could so penitlary muddle during the weeks of tho spring and fall aur blllj not on hands, which we willesUmatesshort on be patriotic as to Mr. South his pay for the time he was out meetings of the Kentucky Association is ten years. The pain wan very severe and A Full Lino of Drugs, Patent Medi- nollro. jf kf.VMX , n fillx'tu. t far forget its duty to management of the extended along the entire length of the cines and Chemicals. work on such a day, therefore another was of office, and leaves tho unconstitutional and the fines now standShe had run the whole gamnt of As for penitentiary in the hands of the Sinking for the violation nerve. lost, for which the people paid over $1,000. Toilet Articles-we- ll, ing against that company If jou want to mr-rchoose remedies and had never obgo Iminsdutely to .JR., But perhaps after all, it is better and cheap- Fund Commissioners. If the latter of the law must be paid. tained anything more than very traniitory discharge South they can do so. aKraaaiKTixo er as it is, as doing nothing is preferable to to Mrs. James Bennett, of Richmond, is relief. Having with him a vial of four A bill has been introduced in the Senundoing all that is good and doing only one of the leading advocates of women's Oppjslte the Ujut Home, SUoiWd, Ky. percent, solution of cocoaino hydrochlo-ratate to punish both the man who offers the that which is of no consequence or absoluteright and was the principal speaker when Manufacturers of the Celebrated Dr. Menx determined to try the efficabribe and him who takes it. Either, upon ly objectionable. a committee of ladled representing the Wocy of a subcutaneous injection. The hyconviction of such offense, can be punished EAGLE Suflrage Association appeared before No bettek evidence that Sam Small, by from one to three years confinement in men's podermic needle was inserted deeply over rit?K,r.,hT.hlri,,l"?,., - - PHILADELPHIA formerly known bb the penitentiary, or by a fine of from $100 the House Judiciary Committee at Wash the sciatic foramen and about twenty drops nctwewjthB(lthanlttiel.t ol this Sam Jones yoke fellow, Jjrillo, fancy and Klannel BhlrU, O.eralU and will opon s hsn.iorae line of Ulles' and month. I appeal for the mlmU' Underwear, Mew York oQc, Ul Uroadway, and noted for his ability to get to $500 and six to twelve months in the ington and presented an 'Old Si" ol the solution were passed into the tissues. osMMeaBdllnsn uadersrer. the rwjr best submission of a Sixteenth amendment to vieaM do not lonret away with more whisky than any man of county jail. The pain ceased almost immediately and a handsome line of MlUlnerr sufl..i.w,u the Constitution which shall guarantee April lit. '"Vfo his w'zj in the South, is a truly converted during the six weeks that have since elaps- rar room In the next Issoe I shall Ute where Kentucky House and Senate have The will tw. PIANOS AND ORGANS. .i-Jman could be adduced than the fact that a high regard for the memory of George frage to women. ed has not returned, although there has JIUS KATR nriiltKHAU. Henry Splllman, charged with the At the since his change of heart, paid off Washington and will not sit again until ho has, been no further treatment and one injection u.3 (vok ,r8 irnu fsr the t MrT7murder of Jef Williams at a negro festival only Church A Oo. llanos an1 Organs, which em- over 51,200 of debts contracted during his Tuesday. As each body is far advanced in practiced. The relief given by other rawihe followlni most ncell.nt Instruments.' ago, was Nicholaaville, several years Knsbe A Oa., Haieltoei Bros., Dwker A ttoa and bibulous days. If more of the alleged con- its work, no one should complain at the in remedies had never betu of more than from SALE. found guilty and his punishment put at 12 two '.V'iV.111 A Al, aoun Warren and th would pay greater attention loss of a day, especially the fifty-fiftverted people Church to jur hours' duration. Co. Orrsns. Thona Instruments day, Hundrod and Twonty-Flv- o State prison. Splllman ia a Barrolo. are most excellent In ton., of great durability and to metting their obligations, tho world when everybody must be tired enough to years in the . wederyco-nptlonAll of then, are warranted A writer in tbe oaemifie American says Made by W. M. Hall, one, two and; threo very desperate man. He broke jail about much more confidence in their rest. Courier Journal. nmnM Hi, "ferenrT: a. H. fumy, Mrs. yen K M. jailer down that a bushel of corn is worth 30 cents. It old. Apply at once to OarbeoUr, J. M. Thlllps, J. M. Moor and two years since by knocking the professions, for it knows a man can not be a HtsnfoM Mrs. Majule llolmea, Mr. Thorne introduced a bill in the 86u .i.r!. ''T'sley,(lea. W. J. Usndrsto and Miss Lla-ti- e and was cap- will make 17 quarts of alcoholic liquor, 1. I.VTLi:, Admr. Crib Orchard: and make no effort to obey the House to amend the charter of the Chesa. and running over the guard, christian Huffman, LanrasW, Ky. Springfield, O. which it costs the distiller $1 70 to make, scriptural commandt: "Pay that thou peake & Nashville Railroad, permitting its tured last February at Total, $2. Add the government tax and owest." "Orre no man anything." OANtlLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. extention from Eminence through Henry, you have $5 85. Then send it through the f( Shelby, Trimble and Carroll Counties to ia now intimated with strong and! reahas returned from middle men and yon increase its quantity It Rev, 8. E. Wishard Mrs. Rhey the Ohio River opposite Madison, Ind., con nnmMnmn. mhrrfi he has been holding a one half, making about 8 J gallons. Hell it in sonable grounds for belief that Boyd did not commit Huicide, but was mur- necting there with the Chicago lines. The protracted meeting. drinks, 60 to the gallon and you have at 15 working under dered by the colored mistress of the crea- Chesapeake & Nashville is The Danville Literary Club was enter- cents a drink, $10 05. & Ohio ture who had sworn to love and cherish the Charter of the old Cumberland tained Friday night by Rev. E. II. Pierce. This argument against female suffrage so foully wronged. We Railroad. the woman that he The subject discussed was .Landlordism in from Missouri pairs well with the Kensurprised at anything such a man are not America. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. tucky theory on tho same question. Said would do or connive at and we only hope About $50 were realized from the on. a sovereign, when asked if he was in favor IIiiYlug purcIinHcd t!io iiKnrcM of II. C. that all temperIn (ho arm of John B. Gough, the eminent that, if true, it can ba proven bo tertainment given by Capt. and Mrs. J. H. of extending the ballot to women, "Naw. is dead at bis home in Philatho terrible affair may ance lecturer, connected with ItrlRht A Molcalf, ivllh tliln Ihniio wo Wilson last Thursday for the benefit of When women gits terrunnin' round arter at the end of ropes, as much as the delphia. Pleasant Grove church. politics whose gwine ter dig the taters and Eight sheep herders were killed in a taking cf such worthless lives can, for the TheR. O. Cowling Medical Society shuck the corn? I don't want no women a possible to concieve. county fight with Apaches in Valencia foulest iletd it ia met last Tuesday and elected Dr. Geo. votiu' around me " Breckinridgo News. A Cikcinnati man named his baby New Mexico. Cowan president in the placo of Dr. A. It. A barrel of fine flour of 100 pounds it The Cincinnati Art Museum, now McKee, deceased. Dr. J. C. Bogle was John Sherman and at once notified the expecting to receive about finished, is odc of the moat beautiful elected Vice President. The next meeting made from an nverago of 2S0 jounds of Tmstinr; that by fair doling, low prices and honcit goods wo may sustain Statesman of the fact, wheat, the remaining eighty four pounds will tako place tho 21 Tuesday in March. some tangiblo token from his easily acquir- institutions of the kind in the world. tha reputation of tho old firm. We shall conflno our Kenward Philp, the reputed author of having being bran, middling and low grade fhur. ed fortune. But when the Cincinnatian reThe citizen' relief committee, business strictly to campaign The amount of Ihur made from sixty ceived this and nothing more he wished he the noted "Morey letter" in the for its object the rolief of tne poor people, offspring after a more ap- of 1880, died yesterday in New York. and organized by the pounds of wbett varies a little with variehad named his met Friday night Miss Mildred Lee, daughter of Gener- election of Dr. 8. Yerkes, president; G. W. ties of wheat, poft wheat yielding mom preciative and lees frigid individual: "I la flour than hard wheat. Queens-wareaend kindest regards to the mother and a al Robert E. Lee, is in Louisville and Welsh, Jr., treasurer; C. N. Smith; secretaSandifer, W. well the kiss was being treated with distinguished honors. Nothing is more silly than the pleasure kiss to the baby." It is ry and Dr. 8. Yerkes, H. G. Seventy five Morman converts passed B. Holmes, J. H. Otter, P. A. Marks, com- some people take in "speaking their minds." sent by letter elso it would have frozen the through Lexington en route to Utah. They mittee on distribution, A mas of this make will say a rude thing embryo statesmen to death. and north Alabama. Mr. G. W. Welsh, Sr., Is quite ill from for the mere pleasure of saying it, when an Dick Jones, of were from Tennessee What's the matter with With a reduction in expenses and our facilities for buying, wo trust to bo A petition for the pardon and release of a cold caught about a week ago. Mr. R. opposite behavior, full as innocent, might Louisville? We fear his democracy is not John Soard is being circulated through M. Pittman is hereon a visit from his new have preserved his friend or made his for- found always lower than tho lowest. Soliciting a portion of your trade, 0 the geauino stamp. He has once or Casey county by John Eitea. Yosemete tune. homo in Polk county, Missouri. He is twico wandered off after other strange News. Wo are, respectfully, with the country and reports his Clare had been told not to leavo his toys gods and now we hear from him aa voting You can go to San Francisco from family equally well pleased. Mr. C. W. too near the fire, as they would unglne. against the caucus nominee for public Louisville now on a s unlimited Jetsaminc Joucnal, is in town One morning his sister was standing by the printer. An investigating committee is ev- ticket at $73; $62.80 for a limited and $30- - Me teal f, of the Mr. John P. Hughes, formerly ot stove, when he called to her. "Nollio, go idently needed to determine whether the 75 for an emigrant. Lincoln county, is recovering from a severe right away or you will all nnglue." Colonel is on this side of the fence, ajtrad-di- e Gov. Lee, of Virginia, recommends a Illness. Mlsi Alice Nichols has gone to or clean over on the other side. One firm in western Massachusets, last commission to explain to state creditors tho join Mr. H. C. Simons in his evangelistic year, made 130,000 drums, using half n Courier-Journ- al contained terms proposed in 1881 and 1882, with a YKSTEBDAY'a work in Ohio. million feet of lumber, 35,000 sheep skins, this gratifying item: Mr, Watterson had view to settlement upon them. The College boys having finished But- 2,200 pounds of cord and tons of other fitbe re eitab-lishethere being no Should the Superior Court another good day yesterday, ler's Analogy will bury the dull old book tings. Henry county will present the name according to the following: incident to mar the belief that he is going Benny's mother has a fine voice. One to bo a well man again: He is feeblo still, of Joseph Barbour, author of Barbour's BUrLER. day, while Bhe was Binging, after watchicg "anawxjy." and not wholly past the danger line, but Digest, for one of the judges. iNscrurrT XfcTtfy .aaflaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK H A a while, he said: ''Mamma, I ain't The Secretary of the Treasury has iswe feel that he is on the open highway and Th- - tw friends and many enemies are her for got euch a nice noise in my throat." bojin to ehor marked sued a call for ten million three per cent, invited to attend the funeral of thai he will soon stens of improvement. He was sleeping at bonds, the principal and accrued interests Wee Fanny bit her tongue one day, aud BI8UOP JOE BUTLER, of which will be paid April 1, next. midnight. Chapel, on Monday, Feb. came in crying bitterly, "What is h?" askat the College Hon. Emmett Puryear, member of tho 22od, at 3 o'clock, r. M., thenco to a hole ed her mother. ' Oh, mamma," she said, Tnr. Frankfort Yeoman, like tho rest of Board of Equalization for the Elev- in the ground, in which will be plantedj "my teeth stepped on my tongue." Over 100,000 HoM I.itst Year. Victorious In Every Field Con (cut. us. is thoroughly disgusted with the Legis State consumed most of enth District, Is announced aa a candidate Rt.Dishon. "Tommy" Rouse, P. S. Q. O. should but tho OUrcr Chilled l'low, because they are Farukrs A rtnwMKN.-Y- ou A California girl has sold $800 worth of lature, which it says has work in sod or itubtle. Tho mouldboards adapted to all kinds of soil and will do nothing of practical bene- for Congress in that district to succeed D , officiating. feathers plucked from wild geeflo that she oughly Chilled, hate no soft spots In them and will scour any sull. OliTer'a raeUl will not aro thorits time and done ocrroda. Wolford. fit to the public- It also adds: From Hon. Frank If old man George Washington could hot last fall, Several girls out there have Tho hcaTlcst coat r. ofrusttbst can accumulate on It will bo entirely rumored by a few mlnutce'uM. thoroughly centre draft l'low, harlnc a Hloplng landstde, which doe away with The"01lTer'Ms Warden South says there are 1.140 only be in Dinville at this time and hear made nearly aa much. be tbo prcesuro found 011 uliatralRbt plows. The Oliver Cbdled l'low hss hundreds of Imitators. No pieacnt appearances this Legislature will manufacturer will try to Imitate nn Inferior plow. The "Oliver1 hss a record untarallJet in tbo chargo of the State, the orator expended In honor 01 uib nniai the mo3t expensive luxury in which Ken- convicts now upon the The last rites over tho remains of Hon. history of plow maktnjj, from 1,500 In 1870 to over 100,000 in I8S5. Your neighbors will tell you to of each of which at the maintenance It will break "Oliver" and no other n'o tucky has ever indulged. day, he would be prouder than ever that John G. Thompson, who died In Seattle, buy tho havo tbo Olbtwi tako no other. l'low, which Ishard drya eround when unenuallml 1,t will InU'j maklnz record here n rimi Frankfort will cost the State $82 05 a year, he had been born. The following is the l'low. Try them and be convinced. W. II. Washington Territory, took place at Co Tub bill for the relief of Gen. Fitz John or $93,577 for the lot. the college Iuinbus, O., 8unday. programme according to which Porter has at last passed the Uouee by a The Houso Committee on Poetofiices boys celebrate the present anniversary. It.'V. J. L. Swift, a prominent divino of 53. The Sanato ought to folmajority and Post Roads unanimously agreed to reHORSING KXBICI3K1. of the Christian Church, at Livingston, low suit and t'o justice to the old ealdier, port adversely all bills beforo it for the A. Oration tn behalf of Chamberlain Society, J. Tenu., eloped with a woman named Eliza wo want roaceT" whoae only fault eoecw to be that he is a purchase or construction of telegaaph lines Stout, DanTlllo, ubJect-"- Do S. J. Harris, lhe woman is a notorious prostidemccrat, But with Black Jack Logan to by tho government. Good I Oration In behalf of Dlonologtan Society, Forward." tute. Mr. Swift leaves a large family. rulllam, Shelby City, .ubJect-'-C- Jo him Fitz John is still far from getting fight Wilmington, N. O., suffered a $1,000,-00- 0 Oration and addrou In behalf of Chamberlain An attempt was made by unknown his dwert". fire Sunday. The fire originated in a Society, B. W. Eaitland, Harrodiburg, aubject-"U- od DlilLXUS IN purlies (0 hang Mis Georgia Aldridgo at inevitable scalp law is again before steamboat and spreading to the wharfboats tho OoTcrntncnt at Washington rolgna aud Tiik Windsor, III. She was discovered fortu aldestroyed them and many valuable build- still lives." Drugs, Books, Stationery and the Lfllature. as if thers were not KYKNINO KXKBC1SIU. nately oy ner nrotner oeiore 1113 wan tx 'SLSJPoiy P- ar.ir sr ready onough drains ond excuses to raid ings and manufactories. Fancy Articles. Dlenologlan Society, W. K. Oration la behalf ot tinct. The perpetrators of the outragu ate treasury, which contains $500, tr." Will Green, the youth who showed his Brjce, Indianapolis. Ind,,ubJoct-"Varlothe public sr threatened with lynching if discovertd. Pbyslt! aiis' prescription accural ly compounded, 000 lew than nothing. The man who reads affection for his mother by pounding her Oration In lehalf ot Chamberlain Society, J. Also drama still A delegation representing the ex Unlegislative doings it over the head with a scantling, knocking nupley.rer?yTlllo,ubJect-"Kart- h't the reports of the Boldica who had been prisoners of war bound to gut ypry tired. out one eye, has skipped for parts un- (ra.m " In bohalf of Dlenologlan Society, U. A. ion Oration Hoop addreBud tho House Committee on Invftllil iubJect-"T- ho Lexington Transcript. - Raniitft known. refused to concur in me TinTItterlngton, Dallaa, Texas, Pensions in advocrcy of bills granting penCol. E. P. Wilson, late passenger agent ofWfe." Tho Largest Stook of Watobes, Clocks, Houss icKilution extending the eesion of themu- - sions to all who were imprisoned more Louisville, Elchorn, of beyond sixty dayr, of the Cincinnati Southern, has been olocted Jowelry and Silverware the Gneal ',.' priWY furnish the muBio for the than sixty daj t. Why not turn the ':. uin iMtsnr w- vti've pot money which says that it permanent Arbitrator of tho Chicago, St. slo and will also but bought 'Mamsrk!. r cm Lowsr thxrij in tho , .. . t . Or 1'.1 MtMntlrl " ,p l l 'TC l I1' tn .j. ' Hou- - after the fpeakinj; themstlvet? treaHurj end tell them to help Ever htm' to''are jt. ipn . ,' .til . r ... ! ; .' Ot t ".T , pjlul tin buoil Juucc anu salary ot jouu. is over. thlfl paper reaches all of its 10,000 mUers. J ciation at a JgtmVMttilslirftriiirlonnal BrEAKiKO of the death of the great tem-para- nce rsrmr, lecturer. John B. Qougb, an ex- SWraU or Stanford Ipsa! tar-bab- y, m I lam-bur- in n, dun-kno- uitu Absolutely Pure- mm baM-h.tdt- Frank Allison, ea-i- yr BOURNJ3 LUMBER pool-sellin- ..! y, J. NEWTON CRAIG, BOURNE'S, e, Jacob Miller A Son, SHIRT, w e. WHISKY FOR J.. h ,!" THE LATEST MB LAST CHANGE.' Itrlht at-to- Mat our Bow to the Public, Groceries, Hardware and . first-clas- METOALF & XOTJUO,0 d, (Irit-cIs- - lmp-rlslBt- taft JEWELERS. rVri-uivl- nidOlNH. WAlfeto PHARMACISTS, iocl 11 eol-dier- a - - . i -'- - .' "WrT.tB- - VCU.. w tsnra receiving a vory handsome line of I Some one sends us a marked copy of a Twelve reglitered Jerseys sold at $99 spring goods and ask my patrons and oth- South English, Iowa, paper, oontainlng a and 10 unregistered at $41 05 In Bonrbnn. ers to call and Bte them II. C. Hupley. nutlce of the death of Mrs. Mary Hall, widrter Paul, of Kichmond, Va., bought February 23, 1880 Wini the exception of a little snow ow of Mom; Hall. She was 89 years old a car load of horses and mules here mule Stanford, Ky., and formerly lived near Crab Orchard. from $80 to $160; horses from $80 to $120. storm, followed by a fall of the mercury to At Whitney's ! lh farm splendid weathor has prevailed for a The windy weather of March la coming Mules in patra at $242 to sold at $110 G. O. WALTON, - BuolnoBS Manager. 16, ' V $280 and mule week, on and dwellings, (tores, barns and their colbi at $41 25.-- MU Sterling Democrat. I HAVE moved to the room lately vacat- contend aro in danger from fire. Insure I. AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Col, Hugh Anderson sold 27 hogshead ed by the Postoflice and am ready to servo with Jno M Philips at Stanford before 1 M r. M, Mtll train going North. of tibacco at Liuiaville at $7 40 clear of M t II Bguth. tee ms , ii IB r. m. the ladles in underwear of all kinds. I your properly burns and you will feel bet- all expenses. L. C. Pope sold 0 hogsheads 1 S2 A. M. Bxprnitraln" Houtb... 2 09 A. M, will also have a fine line of Milllneiy by ter and get paid if you should have a Iom, " Herb... at the same place at $8 90. Mr Lif. Mulr Don't put it off. April 1. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. The jot U calculated on standard Urn, Solit sold his crop at 0 cents. Mr. Lee P. VI ley As Mn and MK8.W. G. Down were refused 10 cents for his crop of 8 acres. at ti about M minute fuUr, While searching the hou.o of Berry driving out Sunday the tongue of their Georgetown Timet. Crow, who lives on I ho Ifayden placo, for a LOCAL NOTICES. v7 buggy broke while going down a hill Lancaster Codbt. About 200 head Boy your school booln from Penny A hog stolen from Col. J M. Bes.ley, sheriff near Lancaster causing the horses to run of cattle on the market yesterday; about 50 Menefee found n plow hid under the ne AlnAlIster. anil Jewelry repaired on imort gro's bod, which proved to be tho properly off. The vohiclo was turned oyer and both sold. Prices ranged from 3 to 3J. A good Watchct notice, iinil warranted br Penny A McAHs- - of the Colonel. The ho cjuld not bo of its oceupanta thrown to the ground. Mrs, many hors-- s sold at prices ranging from Dunn was knocked senteteat and remained $100 to $125. Mules nold at from $85 to r. found. orlfrl-aBuy the llaia Hor Ketnwlr, - ii so for some time, but waa apparently all $125. Good crowd and businesa little and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-Inte- r, The Traylor heirs very wisely concluded right yesterday, Mr. Dnnn was not hurt. livelier in catln trada to compromise their differences in the conA oomn.kt- - ittock of jowolry, latwt MARRIAGES. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. specialty. Pen- test of their father's will and so announced style, ltockford watcho Here Chance on Friday when it was called for trial. ny A McAliiiter. Mr II E. Thompson, son of David John Mageo has bought out the growill goes to probate, each heir gets in The Thompson, a wealthy fanner of Garrard cery store of Stark Fih. AV - PF WW HAL ' of what he thinks he county, and Miss Fannie Bragg, danghter -J Hiram Hiatt bought of Robt. Collier ought to have and everybody but the law- of Mrs. M. C Brapg, nf Mt, Vernon, eloped a combined mare 5 year old for $175. R. Miw. II C. IIiiiuht li Tallinn relatUeit yers are happy. to Jeffersonville Friday aud were married, II. Bronaugh bought a bay horse of J. In Danillle this week. Miss Mxuntn Newlahd Ik visiting The new firm of Metcalf A Foslor, com Misi Bragg used to go to schopl here and Will James for $110. By reading the following list of goods, kept by was not over fifteen years of age. They Our sick list: Mrs. Jael Cooper, Mrs, relative at Crab Orchard. posed of Thomas Motcalf and John B Fosby MIm Cleo Williams, W. P. Tatem, Mies Babra Hayes, Mrs. John J. W. NrjiniTT and Jack Adam, Jr., ter, make their initial bow to the public in were accompanied of Mt. Vernon, were here yesterday. this issue and will continue to tell tho pub- of Mt. Vernon, and Mr. Price, of Garrard Edmlslon, Mis. Holden, Willie Edmlston, And buying what you ntJ ot him, you will is cld to seo "O'd Fatty" lic during the year of their low prices aud county, and Memrs F. L Thompson and Susie and Mary Saunders and Bulah CarEvKiiYiwiY be enable-- to r tba monotony to ub! to cbarac-terl- w son. Nunnelley bank 'Man! don" If thiT aint. the advan'igca to be gained by trading D.C. Pointer. your tsblost this timo of year, and to get good goods at low prlcei: George Moore distinguished himself Must's Annik Locun, of Knazville, with them. They are popular and deservRELIGIOUS, Crab Orchard, aro ing young men and we hope they will sucCANNED OOOD3. for fearleanness and activity last Thursday and Jeon Buchanan, of California Petri and Apricots, reeled and There are 130 churchw in Louisville. by leaping into a wagon as it waa flying Plo risking friend here and added much to the ceed to their fullest expectation. reaebsa. Blleod and Orated Pineapple, Toma-- "' The Virginia Conference of the M. E. past, drawn by a runaway team, and get 9,rDOtr,DK n1 "ma Bean., Interest of the Hlnk and dance Friday June Pew. BlacVberricf.0; tiers. Salmon, Mackerel. Amu3I.no things happen even at a funer- Church, South, has over 63,900 members. ting hold of the lines succeeded In stopping night. Sardines, Corned Bee, Derlled Ham, dc. of course there is more liability for and There has not been a death at the Bap- their flight before any damage was done. A Lancabteii dispatch aa;s: "Rob- al B VEGETABLES, FRUITS, ETC. to occur at a fire. Sunday when tist Orphans' Home at Louisville for five Robt. Collier has returned from AlaCabbtge, Potatoes, Onlom, Cranberries, Orangee. ert K. Weil, uf ihU place baa received an them Bte ve Myers' houso was burning down, a years. Lemoni, Uanauaa, Cooanuta, Cookinz bama. Missee Lura and Leila Doores appointment to a clerkship in tho Treaaury 1JD. G'n Apples, Dried p,acht and Ap- The Indictment1 ngainst the Converse went to Danville to the College 221 entera salary heavy wind threatened to carry the flames Department at Washington, with to tho house of o neighbor across the street, Brothers, Prcbvlerian preachers and edit- tainment. FANCY Gr.OCERIES. Miss Kate Logan is visiting of $1,200 PrfKTVJt"r,,fpf.Ie?ulle:jMlnca Meat, Cod MtttsitM). II. Hookeii nd J. W. when that gentleman became so excited ors, at Louisville, were sustained and they her sisters, Mre. Edmlston and Mrs. Robin-eoBuckets, Mapie Syrup. It rout. I Ptcklea, CheeM). Crackert, Toa Cakos. Macaroni Miss Nannie Wood, of Danville, is aro hero for the that he got a pint cup and filling it half were held by an ecclesiastical court for RawI!oR,of T,k t.rlu'.Rlee' BttM Hominy, ready to extinguish tho trial on 25 charges of lying. full of water stood visiting Miss Louana James. Candidates, Oats, dc, dc. purHe of examining some staven and otb-e- r fier) fiend. At lent that's what thoy tell Sam Jones says: "If there is any- we have with us every day. Rev, J. B. lumber for the latter, who l a saw mill on him. thing in God Aimlghty'e world that I halo Abbott has moved to Woodstock. man. Miifl, 8. CTnUKitKAnr arrived yesterJ, T. Lasley and Stewart Carson have TnrnE wai a large turnout of Old Fel It is a man with a little cotton string for a day. Several hundred dollar worth of her lows at the funeral of Mr. Robert II Wear-en- , backbone, with a couple of ribs sewed on departed for the land of flowers, where furnituro wai stowed away In Mr. Myera' the members of which order were ex- to it. Judas Iscariot betrayed his master mosquitoes thousands thick howl msurnful-l- y as they charge neath a glittering sheen house and it was also burned. There waa a ceedingly attentive to him during his lato for thirty pieces of silver, but there are small insurance on it. who will do it for nothing and of silvery wings, with exceeding long lanMr, Wcarcn was also a membsr of men illnoM. ces and keen with which to alit the ear the Knights of the Golden Kule, which board themselves." LOCAL MATTERS. carries with it an insurance of $2,000 and Tne union eei vices at this place closed and nose of the welcome emigrant, until Best canned goods at Waters &Biney'i. ho also held a policy In the Presbyterian Sunday night, with a grand total of about he sorely repenteth him that he was ever Association for $2,000. One of thce Is for fifty additions. Few revivals have stirred born. We most sincerely hope the boys New wood force pumps at W. II Hie- - the benefit of Mrs. Geo. D. Wearen and the the community as has this one, and though will do do well and improve in health and gins. Call and see tbtni. other for Male C. Wearen. tho number of conversions is very satisfac- puree. The birthday of the noblest patriot tory, they probably represent but a small Tun Kink will be open next Friday and Aa he was walking up Lancaster street ot the good work which has been ever born in America is kept here now until further notice. Its days are Bunday night Green Btughman bijb he waa part something after the fashion of 1790, but by Wooford Sun. nearly numbered. attacked by another colored man, who be- wrought. The revival meeting at the M. E. no means from the same spirit that of Col Milleu asks us to say that he mos gan to deal him furious slashes with a Church, South, closed last Sunday night, disrespect It will be remembered that on heartily thanks both his white and colored knife in tho breast without saying a word. after continuing day and night for more account of some terms made with England friends for their brave eflorla to save his He knocked him down two or threa timoa than a month. Much good has been ac- by Mr. Jay and sanctioned by Washington and was himself knocked down once, but building from fire Sanday. and 43 persons have united (then President) that Congress stooped to not badly hurt. His vest was cut in half complished Mr. Alex. Traylor set a steel Brothers J. S. the littleoeaa of refusing to adjourn and A fOS of places, but tho knife did not reach with that congregation. a Job F. Waters. Keen and Beville left last Monday. Thir- pay him the respect of a "birthday call" in trap for a hnwk that got away with one of the TJ10M4S 1), RutEr. aktu. Another man stood near, but ho ty three persons were poured upon at the a body. hi big roosters and caught one of tho did not recognize either. pnts which measured 1 feet 1 Inchea from church, last Sunday morning, and in the OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Fiitr.. Sunday, just as the morning pervi-c- r afternoon Brother Keen baptized Mr. and lip to tip. Lancaster. at tho churches were deed, tho alarm Mrs. John Hall and MIsa Annie Carter in Yirr.iWAY was the anniversary nf the old Uncle Ben Moran, a and soon the Sinking Creek. Somerset Reporter. birth of the "Father of hi country" and of fire rang throngh the streets is colored man, died Saturday night. half of our population were driving The bitterest and meanest partisan those patriotic clttsan, the National Bank largoit Rev. Robt. R. West has not fully debuilding on Somerset ho who has recently changed his politics men, celebrated It by shutting up shop, or running to the cided yet to accept the appointment to a by Mr. B. 8. Myers aa a res- and the worst of all sinners is the backbut lhy are the only men that could afford street occupied mr clerkship in tho Treasury department at TF.TtJIS CASH, sn -the postoffico wm open most of idence and owued by Col. T. W. Miller. It slider. Mr. Chas. C. Moore, who used to it. Evrn tra wa alrdv wrapped in ll.imei, which had be a Presbyterian preacher, but who fell $1,200 a year. the day. The Owsley Riflea will receive all of advanced so far in their work of destruction from gnc'1, in a I ng and bitter article on We did not know that our friends were so innumerablo till wo alartod h "rocery business re A inifAicil frani Junction City mjs: that the attempt to sivo any of Its contents Sam Jones and Mr. Birnes, used this beau- their guns, Ac., this week, together with cently.and It gives uspleaiuro to stale that our trade I, dallr Incrc,asl,aS- - w deliver all good. In or Jame UtiNe, a yonns man of about 28 years was as hazudom a its was futile, only a tiful language in tho course of it, for which about twenty uniform. The next thing wlthln a mile or so of nOWIANn or Stantonl . . age, from Indiana, who was vUlling his couple of trunks nod a few minor articles ho ought to be ashamed: of "I would rather expected is an order to go to Rowan and grandfather, Jesse Bulec, near Blch Hill, being gotten out. Mr. Mr era was down have malignant eeven-yc- ar county. itch, fourteen laaaoa, Cabbage, Potato, Onion., Dr!l Cwy county, committed suicide Master John Roberts haa been seriously Lemona. Tobacco.CIwt, Quecnswaw, Poach,, Lamp?, cTlmner, (Ji wife and times ai contagious aa small pox to come his town at the time and I f ' Tinware, 1 oil III '.? morning br shooting himself In the head children, who wero in tho house, were not here than to have either of them come to ill of infUmationof the stomach for sever- LtXCl0Mnou ho was near the left eye. When found consoiouiof a fire until it had made grea Lexington, but if we can't quarentine al days. His physician announced at one BWIn connection with .t.i t xf kh . WATERS & RANEY. dead, with hla pistol lying on his breast. It headway. Un'ortunalely Mr Myers whot agnlntt them, and if wo must have one of time that his recovery was impoeaible, but In very bad health for Is said he hai been bad been in a financial strait for some time them here, I would, four to ono, rather we are glad to say hia chances now are WATERS A RANEY. some lime, which is aupponed to be the was unablo to renew his insurance on his have Bro. Barnes, goose grease and all, more favorable. cause of suicide. Mr. A. Goodloo Lackey, of Marshall, furniture when the policy expired Februa- than to have Sam Jones. In fact, if Miss some articles that we had ry 8tb. so ho loies every thing. Col. Miller Matie is as gocd looking as ever and grinds Mo., is in town, called here by the illness of MlETAKINO r copied from a sympathising Missouri held $1,200 In the Home of Now York on that organ like she used to, it's not a bad hia mother, Mr. D. M. Lickey. Mis Emma Saufley, of Stanford, ia visiting her slaMr. Myera ad family are at show." in regard to the Sigman matter, for the the building. MERCHANT TAIXOK. ter, Mrs. W. G. Dunn In lower Garrard, expression of our own senttmenis, present at Dr. Bourne's. They are In a Miss Kate Mason is ill with something like LAND, STOCK AND CROP I haro received and .till receiving John M. Hlgglnbotham, whose young most unfortunate condition, but the citipneumonia. Messrs. Burdette A Walton fiigman so foully murdered, was zens are coming to their rescue with donabrother, Hay for sale. I. M. Bruco. now have their law office in the rooms over disposal to accuse ns of a leaning towards tions that are greatly needed. Corn for Bale. M. S. Peyton, Stanford. ii. haye known the National Bank. themrrderer, but he should For Sale. While seed oats. F. Reid, Comprising the boat In tho market, which will be Stkanoe Indeed. On Saturday night never in sympathy with that that we are Friday, April 15, haa been fixed as the Qotton about 7 o'clock as we wero walking down 8tanford. Up in Stylo and Mnko Socond to Hono in City or Country. claw of criminals, everyone of whom we Will Hays sold hia sorrel mare to H, day for the execution of Henry Pash at town through tho chilly air we pissed a would llko to see hung whon proven guilty Bardstown. The case has been appealed. Give Mo Trial. being driven pretty rapidly R.HIalt for $1.V5. buggy that wa as charged. . Senator Fair, of Nevada, made hia ap For Bai.. 14 good work mules. J, voices of a man and woman could be The pearance in the Sena'e Saturday for the Louisville lima plainly hoard above the rattlo, but as both P. A B. G. Gover, Stanford. A tki.tci HAM to tho Brazilian Flour Corn eced raised by first time since the opening of the session. from Waahinglon saye Mr. George P. seemed in a happy tone, wo thought the Senator Miller, of California, has not bren " Bright stood a good examination for post-offi- occupants were lovers who did not mind John Bright nt W. II. Hisgins'. Poetmaater' GenerJa. McElwaln A Co bought 33 mules in tho Senate Chamber, tho probabilities inspector, but the the Borean blasts, for when the heart is had not euflered with warm wind and snow enn do harm. The from Capt. Wm. Buntin, In Simpson county, are he never will get there. Senator Jones, al asked him If he is still among the missing. sciatica some months ago. Mr. Bright re. circumstance would llkoly never have becu for $4,100 and t ixlfrom Cot Hobdy for $000. of Florida, Phillips & Wilson bought in Bitren piled: "Yet; eight years ago." The An anxious inquiter asks: "Where recalled but for tho following, which we General asked then if be was not learned from Mr. John W. Ilout: "About county 22 mules 11 to 15 hands high would you advise me to go to learn to afraid it would return. Mr. Bright replied 7 o'clock Saturday night aa I was Bitting and six years old at $35 to $150 per head, play on the piano?" To the woods, dear, A young jack, 4 years old, to the deep, dark, damp, dank, dangerous For that wan too much for him." A physical as at home with my family, we heard the well as a mental examination Is required piercing scream of a woman, several times black, about 14 hands high, heavy bodied, woods. to be pawed for this office. ropeated, together with 'Pleaio Jim, oh, lengthy, and a good breeder. Apply to :d:ea.i-:ei.- s iiv Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky, It. HEW ADTZUTI8EMEHTH. night ploaw Jim, don't.' Biverly and I went at R. H. Drags, Wines, Wall Paper, MiihIcuI Wehe They KonrtEiutf-Bund- ay New hemp haa been coming in quite whon tho report of a pU once to the street, reliooKH, jneinicais, Liquor IuMfritcmeiit as Mr. and Mm. Goorgo II. Bruce wore Cigars, Slntlonery, Paints, tol rent the air and tho screaming ceased. freely this week. The manufacturers here turning from Lancanter about 10 o'clock, say the quality is excellent, $5, CO per 112 Oils, Tobacco, Cutlery, We folio wod the buggy, for the scresmn SALE OF BANK ST0GK. and when near Mrs. Jim Logan's gale, thoy Perfumery, Fire Arms, Mncliin but it pounds seems to be tho ruling price, n buggy in the and piitol report both cime from it, saw four men standing by waatjlu at cucha rapid rato that it was Lsxlngton Gazette. Onr Jew dry, Silverware nnd Optical Oooda Department ia In Clianro ofCcl As Administrators of WyaltSandldge. deo'd.we middle of the road. They had to turn out At J. M. Hughes' Bale clover hay sold will on Monttau, Starch lnt, 1888, at the Thos. Ittcbardfl, who will Kopalr Watches nnd Clocks promptly ami cemeIn tho heat n .-. - ..;! nf- mck to iiui them and us soon over the bridgo and far up the court-houdoor In Stanford, toll at public atw tlHU M 15 Hhirra of Stock In tho Farmers National Wo came across Mr John W at $10 ptsr ton nnd corn at $2 50 per barrel tery hill. thov did so one of tho men advnnccd tow Bank of Stanford. Termt made known on day of Wutoon, who had also been called to the Horses brought from $85 to $100; 3 work talo. J'- - t;. NAXMDGEj ard the buggy and p.orod in. The horeo If. M HAMHltUK, aud ho iid that just rauloi sold for $110 to $170; yearling cattle. 100-t- J Admlnlttrators, thoroughly frightened, likewise the street by the ccroams was per head. Jessamine Journal. got out abuggypaeecd nt full speed, $30.05 nnd hi- - wife, and a lick from tho as he driver Tobacco mon nbout Lexington are man aatraddlo the horse and spurring and n hn tiVcn I he Iriil la! ttic-itwhip uiado him dash off Tho men began a vf that tltti life, whllo a male and fe- paying enormous priced for good land. reintiUe,, and hat girt Cart, In as tho buggy mado beating for dear to talk very loudly, but 'in st unlimil ttuil a I1ATS. who possess properly with ri to Several farmer, lion, tho stony piko, male voico could be heard Inside the bugpOratd sol MUKrilV BROS bo much nolae rattling over ctuMStrtaur,. large barns and other improvements, havo I'iiIi, T Mr. gy. Ho then walked on aa far aa tho fl tin won the for ol their words were not understood. Mrderlj Ijttj Bourbon News. the buggy with leased it for $25 per acre. the puUlc and now uatt whero ho learned that reports he henrd were LlriuCfctzleilCc. Bruce thinks the amonff the leading MedlA stock car containing 1,000 geese was ci&cof the oililom. Inmatos, hid by n blankot or sbawl.had Cincinnati,!! A. L., bMIIII. that or rocks thrown against the buggy top the flhipped from this place yeaterday for New Ohio. IliadfoiJ, r dashed up to it, when Mr. Miller enquired SoMbyDiuririau. but Mrs. Bruco declares thoy were pistol Tho gee eo wero bought in various IVkctl UU. flashes produced who was tbcro. at the eamo time raising tho York. ohote nnd that he saw the pole. Without saying a word or offering parte of the county at 25 to 30 cents apiece. by them. A hundred yards or bo this side Richmond Register. the monoy, tho lash wan applied to the of where tho men wero three horses were A. T. Nunnelley returned from Atlan-t- a of busi-rne- horoo and he dashed off at full speed." "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." tied. It is a very mysterious piece Bunday, whero he hna been for the last efforts to trace Although wo mado diligent Tlio Oriciniil ami Only Clciuiliir. and if there is no mlatake.a very highHeparin. prlhlr luillatluit. jtaA'tnlllKaia Idiu wo were unnblo month disposing of a car load of mules, AL .ur !lrua;Blt ht Inll,pentble to LADIES to rob. Wo are glad that them beyond the handed alU-- .it "I hl(iielr, ,r i.i'c" 14 to 151 hands high and r (ttamtK) was to how more of them and wo have only to They ran from the couple wcvped bo fortunately. It 1 10 $R0 hni'gl t f' He kijb t e - -- ,,i n.py A,imit thit thoy wero add this to tho two olhor xnyiterfoin ca v frr "Chlihi, ft errjlirrc. A.a lai.Dti'tNf, Hold br llrufcl-t- , market is extremely dull. mentioned on this page. Ur'a Kiitllal." J'ninjrojBl I'llU. thoroughly frightened. AM . . ... ..- -- mi,. I 's Your .V.-w.Lu- Got Something to Eat m l Si Oat-mo- dr-ze- well-know- n Wata - Main GROCERS, Street, - - -- Baaey, Stanford. L-tc- ta,Z. pA'T " iac .. "sw pa-pe- H. C RUPLEY, ir. -i- i- New Goods for Spring and Summer, ic a. B,TJi.3-r- M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, S"I"., Poet-mast- & STAGG, PHJIfliGEllIISTS 8ae Stanford, Ky., lamps, .e auc-tln- Wall Paper, J.MM.O toll-gat- e, it Furniture, PENNYROYAL PUIS t Cases, Caskets, Robes,, WEAKER Stanford. a toll-gat- t Full and Complete Stock of tlio above and prices, as low as the lowest. B. K. asm JJgy &iw-2M- i) Interior loarnal A THE FAITH-CUR- E MAN'S MISTAKE. U 1 IF I SHOULD DIE TO NIOHT. should die My frloeils Be foro they laid FOR COUQH8 AND CRvr.JP U3K UEAEXKG TO BE AHTISTS. A FEW RANDOM SKETCHES TAKEN IN THE ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE. Jomi.thlliB Alinut Models and the Queer Expressions Hint Jtecome Second Nnturo to Their ruces Tlio Charm of a Studio 0'd Man lluslness. It Isnt everybody that can jota the Art g Student league. You hare to know and n, good dool of art subject betas the privilege of working undor thoso is given you. Tho league is an offshoot from tho old Academy of Design. Somo of the younger and tho more advanced artists of the academy broke away from their old sbool and founded this new league. If yow want to study under good tutelage, so as to mako tho most of your talent, you join the league. That is, if tho league will Uavo you. Tho examination onco poised you ore put thrqagh a regular course of fctudy, rising rery six mouths to higher things. And all the whilo, if you really caro for your work, you are having a good time and can wear tn apron as coquettish as tho ono in the picture abort. Not only that, but you can go without bangs and ear the oldost hat in your collection or do lota of queer things, and everybody will eicuso the departure from tho canvsntional and say how becomingly original you are in dress and envy your artistic taste, wishing thoy could go and do likewise. So much if you are a woman. If you happen to bo a male student you have tho privilege of carting, henuned in by a bovy of nice girls. iom-thin- southwest corner of Thirteenth and Market streets, who was peddling load pencils. Tht stranger scanned the features of the blind mnnfor soms time, and at length said! "Brother, art thou totally blind l' "Yea," answered tho poncll merchant "Hast never tried to be healed I" "No use," replied the other. "My eyes wort explosion." burned out In a powdor-mi- ll "If thou hast faith thou canst be healed,' said the stranger. "Let us pray." Dy this time a crowd had gathered round the pair and a lively Interest was manifested in the proceeding. The apostle of faith-cur- t knolt down and offered a long prayer for tht "blind man, while tho crowd kept lncreasinj until it nearly blocked up Thirteenth street After prayer, the ancient arose and went through a series of gyrations similar to a mas merlst Ho mado all manner of passes in Un air with his hands and Anally took hold of tht man, rubbed his oyes, slapped his back, pinched hi cheeks and asked him if ho could see. To tho great disappointment of the audience he replied that ho could not Tht man was about to begin his pen f alth-nirformancos again, when a policeman came u and ordered him to movoon. Theaposth wont off bemoaning tho lack of faith in Israel while the crowd took pity on the blind maa and purchased his entire Etock of ponclls, "Cranks are of someuso, anyway," mut tcred the blind man, as ho went off to pur Fhiladel chaso a new stock of merchandise, phia Times. A Test forBuspocted Hydrophobia. M. Pasteur must fool soma what embarrassed by the largo number of persons who, having been bitten by dogs supposed to bo smTerinj from rabies, ore flocking to Paris with aviow of trying his method of cure by inoculation fa llllnd l'oncll Toddler IVbo Vfmi X'mM All Our "Of Somo Cse, Anyway." A long, loan, lank, cadaverous-lookln- j man, with long gray hair and beard, and verj thin clothes, approached a blind man at thi It In fair, And Ccero thst death bid left It almoit y hslr, And Ujleg tnowwhlte flower! sgtlnst Would smooth It down with tearful Uodetntw. . And fold mr hsnds with lingering csroM, hands, so empty and 10 cold to night. roor with loTlng thought, wrought, Bcme kindly deed theJey hand had said, BoWe gsnue word the frosen lips bad ipod Errands on which tat. willing foet had The memory of my solflhoessand pride, Mr hasty words, would alt be put aitdc, And I should bs lored and mourned My filends, would call to mind, 11 uPn mr ,u,ct w'1 'oklis resting tlce, fica Be Warned In lmc. Kidney diseases may bo prevented by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating tho blood with Aycr'sSarsaparllla. When, through debility, tho notion of tho kidneys Is perverted, tbceo orgnm rob tho blood of Its needed constituent, albumen, which Is passed off In tho urine, wbllo worn out matter, which they shoul I carry off from tho blood, It allowed to remain. By tho uso of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, the kidneys nro restored to proper tictlon, and Albu T,ua.'32'Xji03a' , M 1 should die tnlnurla, or Swiffc's'.Spocific Itjnaturo'ijown remedy, made from roots gathered from tbe forests of Georgia. Tho method by which from the it Is made was obtained by a balf-brcr- d Orak;lnJUniwho:inhsbtted a csrtaln portion of OoorgU, which was communicated to one ot the ally settlors, and.thui the formula has been hand-- d down to the present day. The abovo cut rep sosents tho method of manufacture twenty years sg, by Mr. C. T, a wlfl, one of the prevent pioprl-etor- s. Tht demand has been gradually Increasing until a 1100,000 laboratory Is now necessary tosup. ply the trade. A foreign domsnd has been created and enlarged facilities will be necosisry to meet It. This great If I should die tonight, more to Erea hearts cstrangwl would turn once tne, JKocalllng other days remorsefully J Tba ejea that chill me with averted, lnc Would loot upon mo a ol yore, perchance, And often, in the old, familiar way, elayT For who could war with dumb, uaeonrcloui Eo I might rest, forgiven of all Kerpnotyourklssoaformy dead, cold trowj The way is lonelyj let m feel theta now; Think gently ofme;l am Irarel-worMy falurlng feet are pierced with miny a thornj'S Forglte, oh, hearts estranged, forgtrs, I plead, -, When dreamless testis wla- I slull not need; tenderness fur which I long to (light. The -- An Old Farotlle. Ob, friends! I pray Bright's Disease Aycr's Sarsaparilla also Is prevented. prevents Inflammation of tho klducys, nnd other disorders of tlicso organs. Sirs. Jas. "V7. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Tluln, havo had a complicaMass., writes: tion of disease, but my gTcntcst trouble hits been with my kidneys. Four bottles of, Aycr's Sarsaparilla mado mo feci like n iicw person; as well and strong as ever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer st, Boston, Mass., had bceu troubled for years villi Kidney Complaint. By tho mo of Aycr's Snrapnrllla, ho not only Otf 4&$?Mf 0 Hi1! "I tt Tl iN TsV ile 4 tilftm tK IH iak livl v-- t 4 fc H f 15 V 1U U BftllAsf IBfMl U ltt nslUlB rftBlff lldtldt, fr CftiMHit HBwtir flwitt Orv illlfic th Ofioci ! ke rmelf 4 mCtMitti, I'ibibupUmii Coith 1 iAik tl Ail 4rcUi It, Trio. m, m f lhr4 frm ft Uh t u imi biba lh iBstll iumw U Ui fUtbtfsi flittif, prtttlpl ihtl Umm tttnvUllBf ip4loff h. t Una rMtltf Ut1t frlf nvrkUf tltiU I lb tl aimbra)) in imp 4 !) ! ff Crt vir fr nlM VrALTrKA.TATLOHtAtUnU,oT OH, it TtL 4jiisielpl "Cfc tr Wh nl4 ii 2.'"hT Vegetablo Blood Purifier CUSBS Prevented the dUeaio from assuming n fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John JIcLclinn, cor. Bridge and Third sts., Lowell, Mass., writes: "For several years I suffered from Djspcpsla and Kidney Complaint, tho Utter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My nppctlto was poor, nnd I was much emaciated; but by ulnr the Tit-willo- w song. tit In a tree by a rlrei fur? wllluw. a little tout MONOTONY OK THE MODKL'8 WORK. The models do not have quito so much fun. Tlipir budnc&s smacks of trado and is not as wildly exciting as one might wish. At times there is oven a touch of the monotonous about minutes in it To stand for ten position, then rest for a moment and then jump back into tho Ajax attitude is not as thrillingly interesting as it sounds. Ono quoer feature about nearly all jnodojs who havo been in tho business a year or inoro is interesting. Tho expressions of their faros locomo as set as an eight-daclock. Take the interesting young woman g y tit willow. And I asked of him, "Dickey bltd, why do you sit ' Singing willow, "Is It weakness of lntelt.ct, birdie," I cried, "Or a rather tough wonn In your little lnildet" With a shake of his hf ad ho sadly replied. Ob, willow, Cancer, Cntarrli, Scrofula, l!czcma, cers, HlKMinuUsni, Blood Taint, lltrdltary or otherwise, without the use ol Ul- opera house; 8TANr)IlU. KV. ry t.1 ctiuriB Tmuiii. Itothfor tale bj Dr. M. U DUUUNE, tiUnford. HIOliSR! PfMBurT lltTKLKBKRRr UURDUL rriti Mr Mer-oo- or Potash. Books on "Contanlous Blood lVilson" and "Blood Blwof fltieeSOiSO. Klhl comnloto sets of Seen. nry. Deatlnic rapacity, Includtna (allery, aad Skin Diseases" mailed free. rmUs to ool attractions. For sale by all ilrufriliU. THE BWIFT OI'ECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, AtlanU, Oa. K. Y. 157 Md Ht. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor A Grand Combination THE INTERIOR -- act for tho students. She has sat so long for them and so often in an Alplno hat, with an expression of virgin innooonce spread ovar her countenance liko cold cream on the chapped face of a city belle at night, that in hours she goes about with her mouth half, open, as if a genuine Swiss yodel was in the very act of escaping from tho parted lip. And whon she stops to talk for a moment sho stands with her head thrown back and a startlod fear in her big oyes, as if she were a poixxl on some jutting crag chamois away up tho mountain, listening to the hunter's horn. It is all a trick, but it is a trick done so ofton that it soon a real part of tho girl's personality. Whon sho gets into a prosaic street car she docs it with an air of romantic innocence and country coynoss that aland ways secures her a soat, no matt,r how great the crowd. There is the kind of artist that usually his entire attention to pointing merry littlo mountain maids and that sort of anHo doosn't go about with tique a sign on his breast Hke tho blind beggar, saying, "I am an artist," but ho might as well do so, for his druss tells o very ono of tho glad tidings his long hair and Van Dyke beard, not to speak of his clothes and tho portfolio he carries, aro so loudly ortUlie that they fairly shout the news at you. Even tho blind beggar could tell by the loud tone that the passerby was an artist, with a tlngo of lialf romantic, half beery Bohemianiiim in him. Ono by one this style of artist is passing from us and soon the race will be extinct outside the covers of the summer novel. off-dut- y bric-a-Lra- c. who does tho It probable that many of the patients hnvt no real ground for anxiety; but, owing to thi fact of the dog which bit them being killed immediately, there aro no means of ascertaining whether tho animal was mad oi not, and they are therefore left in a staU oi uncertainty. More than a century ago, when hydrophobia was prevalent in Franco, the painful consequences which thus arise from killing dogt suspected of madness attracted much attention, and in 1776, M. Petit, an eminent surgeon in that country, published the following expedient for putting on end to the uneasi ness caused by the practico : "Tho throat, tht teeth, the gums of the dead dog are to bt rubbed. with a pieoa of meat that bath been dressed, taking caro that there be no blood U stain it If a living dog refuses it with crying and howling, tho dead dog was certainly m&il; lmt. if tho victuals are wall received and eaten, there is nothing to fear." This plot would perhaps be effectual for the desired ob-joct; but, on the other hand, It must bo re--1 nsiunberod that a person who has boon bitten by a dog subsequently destroyed, alwayt j clings to the hope that the animal may not have boon mad, and would often prefer re-malnimr uncertain on this point tc being left without any doubt as to the dangei of the situation. SL James' Gazette. 1 Trick of a Traveling Salesman. fell in with two veteran Fulton count glove men ou a Central Hudson train. Ont of the gentlemen was a manufacturer. Thi 'other was a drummer. They joked and ro latod anecdotes about the glovo trade. "Yen remember Dwtght Thomas," said tho manu facturcr. "Yes, well; I first root Dwigtr when Iwasclorking in a country groccrj years ago. D wight had th store forty-Ov- a reputation at one time of selling more good, than any ono man who went out ox fultoi I AYEK'S arsaparilia my appetite and digestion Improved, and my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by nil Druggists. I'rico $1 ; Six bottles, $C. Prepared by Dr. J. C. A cr & Co., Lowell. Mass., V. S. A. Dyspepsia & Asthma Crwi II o Theie Is perhaps no JOURNAL Cnrctl. or eral-nect ills-eso- es And tha UulstUU- - AN ANGEL "YEAnNINO" OLD MAN. Here a dear little model is young, she kngws it, and will probably never recover from tho auliction of extreme youth. Whon a dnrliiig little creature of 8 years, with hair inadoof spring sunshine spun into threads of gold, begins to sit for pictaroo of angel children, the idoa that she is young becomes a part of her nature. Just as Lntta began playing children's parts on tho stago twenty years ago and has nover been able since to quite convince horself that sho is out of her teens, so this little croaturo will grow op to grandmotlierhood in the Arm belief that her hair is still a good match for corn silk am that if it worn not for rheumatism sho woult like to get down on her knees and build block houses ou the carpet Nearly all j'oung artists liko to have a model set for them. Sho has boen in the business for Ave years and has trained hor eyes so that thoy can express undying dovotion.whilo she is calmly thinking out tho best kind of trimming to put on her now winter sacquo. She represents "yearning' just what she is yearning for no one knows. Everybody that paints her tries to catfh this expression and everyone labels it differently. That rera avis, nn artist with a religious turn, will plct-irher Icnecllrig in virgin whlto, and all his work 'Faith;" another will tho sumo iavo out oyos storing icro autumn Hold and will write "IIojjcJck Love" beneath the a third will havo 'ier looting acro-- a sulle-- sea, and whon you read tho catnlogu hi-- ; picture will Ixxir site record, "Ho Com t Not, Sho snld," nn die of tho yearning t 'v on yearning ai die rate of fl.Tr an hiir nn 1 learns the trick irom '(ho uitiit of pa..-- t Higher slippers bluo with her dro- - when r pink, to ilvi qcm to tho 1'reiu-i- hall. The model who do t!ir old man business, jnl Itoso picture w. nil havo so often seen Jinrkul Lonr," or "Winter" or "Grand-Jatjuv,- " l tho most natural of nil. Hot old ou'jse ho rnn't help hirawlf, and the Hum tSMit time nnd enre nnd worrying ovor artiste fiavo chiselled Into his face aro gomdn uouh. A artist w it!i a kewt eye caught aim wandering about t.K streets onn night, xikI struck by the wrinMed fouritenniiro trind liui. He did so well that ho bocatno a rogu lir stock artist, and now everybody that linUi knov, him a v.l-1- as thiy kuow Ivory 3!.ek or Rose Mnthcr. New York World. o pii-turs 1 i Unking- theCoflTeo Saloons Attractive. The great attraction to the poorer class oi Great Britain and the continent to public hous-and saloons was tho handsome ap-- ; d rooms tha. conpointmants of the ' trasted so vividly with the wretched condl- tion of their own homos. Tho opponents of spirituous liquors havo token a loaf from thi books of tho publicans, and some large coffee taloons, fitted out in tho most comfortable manner, have boon opened la Ihs most pop-ulous districts of London and of other largi ' Rngllsh dtias. At these establishments a Targe roll and a good cup of coffee ore served for a penny, and a good, substantial meal can I bo had for 6 cents. The places are wall lighted and heated, and at supplied with all tho leading periodicals, and havo proved to be such a success that tht xcW returns on malt and splrlhions llnnorc show a steady and gradual docreasa. Tb system has now spread to Germany, and in towns, and what is more, all the rnodium-aUoat weekly and annual fairs tho workmen and I peasants frequent tho coffee kitchens largely and in increasing numbers. A benevolent dtisen residing In the neighborhood of Jens has reosatly put a sort of "flying kitchen" on the high road, whore hot coffee may bo had at all hours during tho day at 1) mills a cup. i Ban Frandsco Chroniclo. well-lighte1 d county. "Many years ago he used to go around th country with a wagon, vV hen bo found tha some stylo of glove or mitt was going slow ht would put thirteen pair In a regular dozet box under his arm. lis would put u tho list price cf the goods from (2 tt $3. 'It's tho last dozen I havo,' ho would say storekeeper would care The fully 'count over the thirteen pair in thi Acton box, and, thinking he bad a bargain would tnmblo into DwightV trap and buj them. To the next customer Dwight woulc sny, in disposing of the eleven pair at on in crease of IS on tho list price : 'The proprie tor of such a hotel bought a pair of thoat gloves last season. He was so pleased witl the good quality of tho glovo that ho inndt me break this dozen when I stopped over last night Dwight must havo been 70 yean old when he died at GloversviUe three or foul years ago." Albany Journal ever-cautioone-hal- pfevslent as dlu Indl)teton, sndone, tno, thit up to the skill of lbs most present lime has battled the s of the chronic physicians. have thetr O'lgln In Dyspepsia. Thesrmp. loss of llesb, a feeling ol toms aro lust of sppelil. fullnrM or weight in the slomsch. cctaslonal nu-r- a or vomiting, acidity, flstulencc, dull pain Ins, thelie-J- . with a ornstllon vf hearlpvM or alJdl-neaIrregularity of bowels, low srdilu, slespleas-nisallow skin, derangement of kl Joeys, and not unfrequently palpitation of tbe heart. If you aro sutlattng with any of these symptoms Two-thlrd- Weekly Courier - .Journal On year for only pirt for lltUe more than tha price of one. $.1-t- wo Ague Cure IS WAKRANTED to euro Four nnd Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Kc mlttcut Fever, Dumb Ague, Illllous Fever, Fever), Liver Dengue (or Urrak-lKiuc- " Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S DR. HOLT'S "7 paying us f) you will recrtta for one yter yourboin paper with tha Oourl.r-Journa- l, tbt rrpreMnlAtlr of tba nouib, tlemocrst-l- e an J for atari tt lit reieuu only, and lb heat, brlf htest and ablnt tatnlly weekly lu tha UnltoJ Htates. Tboas who dmlre to examine a santplc copy of tba Oourler-Journran do ) at this otSra. nsrspr al Dyspeptic Elixir will cwiik you. (i m For sale by Dr. M. L, Bou'ue, Blanfctd, Ky.t MMEM g)) lounYiut HtwAtiAiTxCkiaeorn?)"" MYERS HOTEL, K. Through Coaohos and Pullman Blooping Cars. rrom The Caucasian Itaglon. square f An area of about four and miles forms the nucleus of the whole ing region of the Caucasus. The naphtha-bearinbeds consist of sand, calcareous clays, marls, and in placed compact sandstone, of tct of great thiokneiw and penetrated by bands oi pyrites. As in Pennsylvania, the naphtha ii in some places associated with salt water, which given much trouble in driving The plateau is on a level of about H( feet above the surf ace of tho Caspian; and a depth of 700 feet below that great lako Lai boen reached by tho borers. Chicago Times. oil-bebore-bole- "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SSJ. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills evert other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a hottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. I STANFORD. KTt. - Propr HL. BURNSIDE. LotitHvlIlu to CIiIchko, ClucliiniKi (o CIilwiKO, lHilliitmpoll- lo (Jlilfiif( - I This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintaina ita Hic;li Roputation, Its Fropriotor it Determined that it Shall be deeond to no Conntrr Hotel in tbe Stato in its Fare, Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of tbeir Guciti. Tnnouan time tadle VlaLoulsTllln Lre. Jou1st1i1o Arr. LUicaito. Dr. J. pnKrAnr.li uy C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. EDWIX HARP Ell." - ........-- ... I ... , 7 1 I 8 JO p in SMpiul I20am 8 00 a n U a in 7 40 p in Via Cincinnati? Arr. Cincinnati ............ !.. Indlansnolls.. Chlfgo......, Dally i I 12 S t? 8 a ui 43 n in I I I 0 11 rt pm Ayer9s CherryPcctoral Should bo kept constantly at hand, for uso lu emergencies of tho household. Many a mother, startled in tha night by tho ominous eouuds of Croup, finds tho littlo sufferer, with red mid Mvollcn face, gasping for nlr. In such cases Aycr's Cherry Pectoral h Invaluable. Mrs. Kmmn Gcdncy, 169 West 123 St., New York, "Whllo In tho country, last writes: winter, my littlo boy, thrco years old, was taken 111 with Croup; It seemed as If ho Ayor's would dlo from Mrangulatloii. Cherry Pectoral was tried in mm 11 mid frequent does, nnd, In less than hulf an hour, tho little patient was brenthlng easily. The doctor nld that the Pectornl saved my darling's life." Mrs. Chas. B. Landon, Guilford, Conn., w riles: "Aycr's Cherry Pectoral tslly except tJuodsy. !T -- lliia Upm 10 n m ttIM Vfeetrlrnirmpffrtl. A plaxt has been discovered In South Amor-lewhich possesses strong electrical proper-tiea- . On breaking a twig a shock Is felt, and a compass is affected at a dlstanco of some feel Birds and insects carefully avoid It from -P- hiladelphia CalL 4 a plant Barttsite will k oarey4 to ad frons tke oa fres of chargs, Special aceammodatt 111 t J ComnsrclalTratelsrs. The liar n larpOd wll tnt tholet alnafs traads of Llgaort aid Clsars. Basurayonr ticket reali (U the fr-k'T-- . . it toso THE COOHli-J- . is oausx o ..v:. : Silver coin la so very scarce In somo parti of Mexico that business, is seriously Interfered with. Only twanty-aiof tho United States sena tors keep homo in Washington. iVAaf Can Bo Done LIVING IDEAS AND LIVC ISSU. ax t.sur nf 3Ioii.)ullrs, OltArttiUui, un.l tU A. A C. K'y) as It Is lbs ijulekMt. Ibo bait and most direct line toChleaifu sod oluts In tbe Northwast. Tickets tIs the Motion Iloiite on sale at all principal ticket office, for rates, rasps and lull In formation, addreas VOL 8. BALDWIN, O l A , Chlcsjo. A. J. OUE1LI.V, U. d. A., Loulirlllt , (U N. hylrlt orSerllmial litrlf.. I!1I0 Iff, An Extraordinary Surgical Operation. The new owner of Judge, is William J. also tho proprietor of The Albany EvenBenator ing Journal, and son of Jamas Arkoll, of Canajoharie. In many respects young Arkcll is a remarkablo man. ne Is about 30. He has a strong, square Ixxly, and is of short stature, heavily built, with an enormous head, splendidly shaped, lib face, however, is tne area area Is the word of one of the most extraordinary surgical operations on tocord. Years ago, an oxplotion of gasoline torri-bl- y burned his cheeks, chin, neck and hands. Ho was given up as incurablo by tho most celebrated surgeons. A surgoon not then at all elobratod, the late Dr. Norman L. Snow, of Albany, believed he could savo hitn,nnd young Arktdl beliovixl in lilnL New skin was mado by simply hundreds on hundred of grafts from tho cutic lo of others. After long time nnd Tho ronult suffering the euro wns cotnplote, is porfoct health and picturesque homeliness, lighted by as ugilo asvl sunny uu Intellect und iiairt us over w ero encountered. HInce recovery, tho nuut lias challenged opportunity nt .uuiy a point and cotno out a winner nt all of Ar-koex-8ta- ? o many flj trying sgsln and keeping up coura-things aremlngly imposilbU may lie attained. Hundred! of hoptless casts ol Kidney and Mrer Complaint hare been cured by Electric Blttors, tried In vsln. Ho after everything elee had r. fjr you, but try Elecdim't think .. tric B tiers. Trere is va tueiliolncso safe, ro pure nnd so perfect a Blood I'urlfler. Electilc BltUxs and all Diseases of will cure Dyspepsia. Dial! the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach and Llrer, and orercomo all Urinary Dlfflculllcs. A Large Dottles only 50 cents a bottle at Fenny hwf), Is luu NiHSpspr cf tht innl flrt,U-t- , lulillis, lM-reduction ol the Wjr Tais (tiplu by tba UriU now lu fure, her-ln-- Thf t r.intlT-J.iiin- illr.MiY VntMSi H'l knuwlxlgwl Kepretenta-tlt- e South, Is DemccrMie l uii.l Kll tli liiiin l. tor a t Kent tick Kuiito YaiM iii tb Tho Weekly Is Courler-Journ- Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. The only line running bn Saved rVIy Life, McilUtcr. Excitement in Texas. Great excltuuuut has bun Mu ed in tbe vlclnl rccorery of ty of Part', Tea ji, by the remarkable lie could not Mr J B. Corley. who wss so lialplose everybody said he turn lulxd, or talsa his A trial lottlo ol Dr. wa dying Finding lClug' New Dlscorery was scut lilui. of bo he bought a larhe lKttio and a I'lils and by t o tlino he bad . I tbe taken two lioxos of Pill and two bixw bd; thorn. Brooklyn Eairle. f A lll(C Item fur "Ota" Alone. Not long ago a gentleman, prominent In low Yoilt society and in Hasten, pivo, on tho ovo of hi niarriago, a dinner at Delmonico's to eight or ton of Ids bachelor Tho itom for "glass" alone on his fciohils. 331 was more than $3X). Hich winc-glasand tamjjlor, nftcr it was onco um1, was thrown vrex tho shoulder on tho floor and anothr Sskoiij so the pilq of broken glasses surrounc aog tye table when the, dinner was over may Imagined. The Argonaut wi'll-know- n Jtully Man's Strength Just After IUilnK A German physician has experimented to curtain tho hour of the day at whioh man U this lxt and able to do tho most work with ate least fatigue, nnd has concluded that he Jath ttruugust nt the time of rising. Ho has vLoyrp, nUo, that breakfast has on important Mt& on the muscular jrawers, and urges aciy eating for thaio who rise early. Ex- iSaange. family government lot this bo always re-3uadr$d, tha no reproof or denunciation is jo.po'riit rj tho silent influunco of a good ! "in t .. nx-';- "... Irregularities, Barrenness, Chsngeo I flustered Offorlncs of Health Seekers. down Mllng. UffcLeutbonhtca. besides many weakneisessprlng. Ono of the olucers of the British force in the above, llk Uoadstho, liloaUng, stomaohacho is a log from Ourmoh concludes Nervous Debility, Weakness, Slecpltxiness, in that region.A.t widely prevalent jnalr For sale by Drug, ralpllatlono(thello.rt,Ac. Koonlah ,he found r Idol which offecjun tw tie. Sand to Dr. :n(raouloui euro when it sufferer plasters a gists. Prices 11 and 11 50 por, for pirapblct, freo. J. B. MarcbUl, UUcs, N. Y r. told loaf upou the part corresponding to the DrtuslsuA Moslut-Mat of his own dlsordor; and tho abdomon of Forialo hv Penny the hlol has been caused to protrude in a mot WHY WILL YOU coub wlien Sblloh's Cure tne plastered offer-Ing- e aitraordlnary degree 0o and St. will give ln.m,dtaterlleiT Price l(?c, of health aaakera. Chicago Herald. For site by M L Bour Bourbon, THF. KEY. OEO II. TIUYKU. of A Unit of Measurement. nd wlf- - owe our lives 'Both A favorite prnhlstoriounlt of measurement, Ind ajs; OUUF.. For sale according to Mr. R. P. Gray, waaelevsn Inches, and may have been derived from the at M. L. Bcurnt's. Indigestion, length of the human foot AHEYOU MADE m'ursbtn by bo.i of A ppetlw, Yellow dlxpow of their dead by Cou.llpntlon, Dlrslne.i, The Yuma Indians cute. BklnT Hhlloh's ViUlls r U u sate at M. L. Bourne's. t HHIMira CAT'kUltH BEHKUY-- a positive O M..utn. if ' IT'tlW l.f cure for Cstsrrh.DI hth-.tprn'nu coin Ft" '! ' V I. Hpl-n- Cotupul Kvurybody to Get Land. If wo bnd our way our own way and tfi1ft itOTifkStili- - In m tutl trAd nil tm rut-ai- nf Positive Cure for Piles. governinunk that is, IX wo could leconie tho would eay that autocrat nnd tyrant of California wo would ' To tho peopteot this county we Dr. Msrchl.l s of compel ever man nnd woman to gat land we haro been given tho Agcy guaranteed lly before we allowed them to marry. Every Italian File External, family in city or village, in town or country, to euro or mouuy rcfunded-IuU-rshould own a homostced. Every singlo young Blind. Bleeding or Itching PI . ITloo 50c a box. man unci woman, old maid and bachelor, ' Tor sale by Penny AMcAllitcr, Drugjlm. should lx compelled to secure for themselves a ploce of God's oarth, and this should be f rw Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Msrcblsl's from attachment by creditors, or sale under We emphatically guarantee Dr execution. It should not be mortgaged, or a Female IU)a.edy,t cure Feaale Disencumbered, or liable to alitmation. San eases such as OTrlan troublw. Inflsmmatlon and Argonaut. Ulceration, Falling and Durlaoeuie t or beating I Olntment-empliattcsnal, tlilr-ty-i- lx ho was well an I had jalntd In flesh . Trial Iwltles ot ibis Oreai Dlx-otKunds. ery for CociumpUon freest Penny X Me.Mltlw's. and nUo the life of my littlo son. As ho N troubled villi Croup, I daro not bo without this remedy In the house." Mrs. J. Greg, Lowell, Mas., writes: "My children havo repeatedly Ukon Aycr's Cherry Pectoral for C'ousjlia and Croup. It gives Imniedlato relief, fidlowod by cure." Mrs. Mary J'.. Kvan, Scraiiton, Pa., writes: "I havo two littlo bys, both of whom Iinu-- been, from Infanry, subject to lulout attacks of Croup. Aboti. six mouths ago we lxvpin titlns; Ajcr's Cherry Pectornl, nnd It nets like a charm. In & few minutes after the child take It, ho breathes costly and rets will. Lery mother ought to know what a lilesiing I have found In Aytr's Hurry Pectoral." Mrs. Win. C. Ileld, Freehold,:. J., writes : "In cur family, Aycr's medicines havo been blessings for many years, lit cases of Colds and Coughs we tako pMldlhd li th Unitl M.itc. hI f r t.'m iintlty ami quality of lunlUr that apt-nIn wfh Imim of It, It I. tba ( HiArnr. It. tele jrsphlc nes U llitlr. uuteU.s any other p- -f. nl It b4 thm. m. ri of the ablr.t MrltT. and rurnviiJoit In tha cennlry. It prwiitstlioneal el thOMCCk fmin tury vrtluii i.f th. World. Jti;h.toh. Ihrnui;'.. it tlio.ar Ii ,uii rofSsrlJl uil Sheet Slorlrt r .r..in.n. i i.i. I nrlt.m Uiau unyof tlie Mtruilnn. It Is In oirry i .jmi Model I'UltlssI anu I anllj l'ie n.wip-t'i jjn-.itIHrh-prk- I'll pur.riMAN XKur sm:i:l'ixh caks .ynr A SOLID TRAIN raoM Loutsvill", Cincinnati & Lexington, to Washington Oity, Conuoctlng In I tie huio ilrot with Kj Paper. Tho "Waolcly Courier-Journhim by far tho Olrcnlntioii ofnny Doui-cratl- o Newspaper In Amoricn. Irost al Fust Traino for Now York. by proas nnd tlia I'mtnl Mti-- to l a k" In nr-in euti'rpiis- i fiwt in si .Illy ; In Its currsrtuu. of Infuima-tJ"i-t In TstMyj prfat In eri-rmum t.fhiou r I. It ls(Il-- r ll.ftt rerrylifysliuiilil kvo. T.i be llli"Ut It Is n t pxirtuiilt Tbow k! o ttii-- take it are nut willing to b vtilbont It in tti' ir I oii.m. arlnoWg! tbroiigbni't it is i;it sli r- s Ji. - i; It. r. Kri-s- TUn Dlrvct ItoiiU lo Lynchburg, Dsiiillln, Norlolk snl sll Virginia and North Csrtdln IVInlo. Kor tickets anl further Inlornittlim. anrlr to your nearest tlekntolllre or ailJrnti V,'. V Mou Agent ltlnftoo roe, Llr. Frvlght aud 1 rlty amtlun I fno t.i yearly subsctib. of a tin for tlivin, w ml Irs of chare) n sni.o mpy nt ivkl mil Mir Prirtiium Kiting our lull bit of pitiujlums, tu uuy u.l . SUDSORIPTION 'XEItMD. 7M'.!y, uuo J car, InrluUlug a fno premium ji jo Wsrkly, tiicliiLjvflhdauiluvvr, without rrmt S Cuurlor-JournIr-- A list of Iiii:i1iiii FREE PREMIUMS. nml prrmlnm. tm-fii- l Ky. . w.NniTii, Oen'l Manner, rf Ulvhmond, l'aivtir v. rvs.i.v.u, ii. Urn'l Vlrelnla !. Aft. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and the Inconvenience Dr. Is soon Kan Tor every club ol ft is names sent us at ens line, the tender ol club Mill be tint ns a present any ono ol our free premium selected by him. (except SiimUyj, ono jear.... $10.00 , wl Humliy), six months r)lly, Dslly, (vsi-ep- t HuuJsy), onn month 1.(0 ij.Ii l.jo Louisville & Nashville R, R, THE OUKS.T- L.&N. TO TIIK WITH ply, (noit l, THROUGH THUNK LINE forgotten." Suuduy, six Imiiitln Ko traT.llnit acents aro employed CiHirier-Juurn.biitngoolbK-nlnK"iitisautP- Uy, on. ;r i'.uj i.(j0 tbn ritEPAnKD BY J. C. Ayer & Sold Co., Lowell, Mass. ery rbinmmilty, to uhoni lllwral (ih rouimli.igii H ullimol. If h nCnniler. ;iiiriit litd I'huI In fur It In i.o Kcut jour tiolsbl-or- . sfmI to us fir our Apnt' Convnlne Outfit, wl.lih .ii winl fri-- of chatKe. All sub. sorlption crili-n- , rii)iiils fur outflti, tuuiplu Kil , lie., sbouM UottJilreMc-- tu VV. N. HALDEMAN, rT.4li.ot Cottli Co., T.0UI3VII,bK, KV Iiuod, i ly SOOTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. Louisville AllanUi, by all Druggists. tht - FOlfc to NllHllVs.lV, 1.1(1 AJf-1- 5! AXCllslilllB' - e- mlf UiSUILOM'-lCONSUMPT'O- I wlh to wll th,wimU trie U of good Hanslns one OO Fork Land, niiuiiniatiilti tS ami Hie the latter ,!? comfortable llilr.l HO all rich land tnpr with and In epirt truris Alxi ISO Aerein of No. on Msnl' O ip, nar Huuford, All 1 Knob urfered and any one ofthls land has Ihmi lati-lwishing to purchanv utn in ial by etlllng on tue. WIIIselllowforri.il nr nn any reasonable time, with Interest t C yer Acre, Acre, MonlKoniery, Mobile uud JrspRir'flMcf'Z&- cw OrleuiiH. leHock, t Only one change to points In tMjyf iKF ... 1 A. P. 8. I bare s nu'.ab' r jf 3t.FRI.AKIt. Ntanford, Kv Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Becking homes on the line of wsTBjym.3?-UiU n Fine eiiorlhorn JIuIIh, (Ycsrllngsand weanlings) that I will sell low and any of my fine fiunali-a- aged ones itlnted to lib Dokeof PlalnvIcT, a tip rlor animal: or I will ih imii ockt-Jexchange for fat t a , 'fiLron WQ6,a&iv? v lilt Tfu clihout orJf rln( It II eon(tloi &bout 111 600 illutrmLkbi, prUKi(4vioiirftllcriittnQ a&rt dlrtAkJni tnr fUnMa? all of VKUF.' r' LOU;KU HKIJIH, uv4 tn iJl. iiMKiU. U Until raorrsi, H iilUcut 7.l.n he. . tli IiUIJI:(u nic. a' u.-- e Ielal rates. this rojd will ucsIts Ao-- surSee Agents of thi Comptny lor isles, routta , or write C. P. ATMOBB. O. r.iT.A.,. -- 1,7