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CANDIDATES. n Intcriorlournal AT HUST0NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. rubllahed TttrdauH a nil FrMau -- IJSll understood If ANNUS9 , OA8H. wo credit that f 1.40 will be and demsnded. W. P. WALTON. A Contrast, A tit. Lout paper drawn tills picture of tiro deaths Qeo. Hancock and one of his soldiers: Around the bedside of thn d;Io Doner nl are gathered lovlnu friends and turn wis in the science of medicine The waven boat in soUwo tninotone against tho rock ribbed iiland. The new hu gone out ovsr tint trotib-ble- d water that General Hancock I dring. The electrlo spark Is unlocked and the sad tidings are Hashed over the land. The bus nation is shocked Into an hoot's silent suspense. No ray of hope silvers a cloud in the sky of the hero worshipers. General Hancock it dying. At last the etlll G jure that It being walch od br loving and scientific eyea I tctn to more. flutlertd "Oh, feebly from the lipi that oft lute xlten the etern command that ranj; out above the din of battle, and then another of the foremost figures of a Rmtotllict passes silently an-- i peacefully to eternal ilumber, "ss a nun got gently down the stairs." Qiickly beneath the strrtsh of sobbing sea the sad news is borne "General Hancock is dead " Again the unlocked tichtning lakes up the mournful tneMige and wafts it to the farthest end of the land, that the silent warrior so bravelr and so nobly served: "General Hsuoock ' uead." Ten thoiKand fligs unfold their stripe and stars half way up their staffs. Dick over the wire that bare the start ling menage. "General Hancock it dead," now come tender oars of condolence fur thoro who weep by the warrior's bier. The whole nation's heart is touched nod the nation's heal Is baed: 'Generl Haroock idad." . Attention is called to the sale of mill property advertised In this issue. Jno. 0, MoAlister sold his farm to J. K. Biugbinan, about 250 acres, at SCO per acre, cash, Mr. Will Evans sold to Flem Tuttlo 120 acres of hla farm-t- he Jim Allen purchasefor $05 per acre. "The day we celebrate," pawed with slight recognition. In fact that strongly marked streak of veracity which used (o be paraded as the staple of eulogistic harangues on the virtues of Mr. Washington, has lost Its prctage. The Hptrtan theory, ''steal and die rather than restore the plunder or confesi the theft," is the popular feature in ethics now. D. Taylor lo back greeting his many friends and rendering brighter our season I)r Alcorn reof unwonted sunshine turned from New York exhibiting in his person the trtditional nldermanic proper lions, or, to translate into our own vernacu lar, he s as fat as a bear. Dr. Brown's nu tncrnus friends will be glad to loam that he is steadily regaining his health and bids fair to be able soon to resume his full prac lice. Mr. Tilden. Dr. I 8. Burdett, a few days slncp, while on tbe depot platform, fell through and broke one of tbe bones in his lg between the kneo and ankle. On last Sunday J, R Ciss, depot agent at this place, was called to Louisville to attend the burial of bis father, wht died the night boforo. Joe Shivel, of Parksvllle, will net as agent and operator till hs returns. Mrs. L'tzle Butner and daughter, Mi's Kate, who have been visiting at Mt. home. J W Guthrie, have returned Brown and wife, of Mt. Vernon, were (he guests of Mrs Mary Conn lift Saturday end Sunday. Miss Ltd Tawnoy, a charm ing young lady of West Independence, O , who has been for s.iuie time at school here returned home Inst week with tho idea of coming back soon. Mr. Joseph Van hook, Sr , is visiting relatives here. MUs Wood, the elocutionist, was here for a short limo last week. W. T Crawford and Miss Susie Woodyard ptid a visit to Miss Maggie Davis, at Crab Orchard, last Saturday eve. Hareo Melvin, of Lilly, was viiiting here a few dtya since. Hue in our tu'det is another h ro dying Uattle rcarred and maimed He wore iio spiulets, but wheie the slot m of battle raced the deepeit at Gettysburg he Ongertd the niinket' trigger and fell wounded in the fray. He was one of the men one of the b)ys who rarrled the knapuscks, and faced the fos in the foremost rankr. Hut he is dylrg on a Dyln in wrelcheJnrss, springless conch in a dingy room. There on the walls hangs the muket that he carried through many a weary march and ou many a gory Geld. Bending tenderly over the shrunken form it the poorly clad woman who will soon be alone with her alone in her widowhood dead and her great sorrow. For the dying soldier was only one of the men. No flags half mast for the humble dead, no messages of condolence for the lonely mourner will come with the end that is fast approaching. John Varley was only one of the men. That's all. A plain, honest, but heroic common soldier. In the first generation a man reckons only two ancestors, his father and mother. In the second generation the two are changed into four, since he had two grandfathers Etch of thcie and two grandmothers. four had two pwents, and thus in tSe third generation there are found to be eight an (.tutors, that Is eight great grand parents. In the fourth generation the number of au 'cestoN is sixteen, In the fifth tbirtytwo, in in tho seventh one the sixth sixty-four- , hundred and twenty eight, in the tenth onu thoosand and twooty four, in the twentieth one million, forty eUht thousand, Ave hun-dre- d in the thirtieth, one and seventy-six- , million, seven hun-dre- d billion, seventy-threthousand, eight hundred foity-on- e snd Tula may prove that all and thirty-fouthe world's akin -C- hicago Living Church. to-de r. There has been a uiystory about the physical condition of Samuel J. Tilden through two administrations; but now comes the remarkable statement from tho Hon John lligelow, who Is in a position lo be well informed, that Mr Tilden, though an invalid when compared with robust men, has never been lu bed from illness a day Mr. Bigelow says furInce he was a boy ther: "The amount of literary and other mental labor transacted by him each day would break down apparently stronger men. His vitality is wonderful, and his mind is ss cWar as twenty years sgo " This statement cin be readily believed. In his Icttsr accepting the democratic nomination for the l'renidency in 1S70 he displayed marvellous power in the treatment of public questions. His letters and pap:rs that have since been made public are cf the same character. His letter to Speaker Car lisle, touching the coast defenses, was one of the most impressive public pipers that hv- - found their way into print in a long lime. The subject in hand whs broadly treated, and every line developed thought and splendid dlciion. Kren those who did not agree with Mr. Tilden as to how the surplus revenue should be applied were forced lo coucede the argumentative force of the letter, and to almost wonder how they could take a dilfjrent view under such reasoning. The last example of Mr. Tilden's composition is a tender, considerate and eloquent despatch of condolence to the widow of Horatio Serniour- .- Cincinnati Eoquirer. well-traine- d There has been a deal of speculation since Mr. Walterson's illness as to who would be the leading Kentucky editor In tho event of his death. There Fa but little question that Col. Saars, of the Louisville Post after Wattcrson; is the ablest writer, but his opinions have been so warped by his prejudices that the confidence of the public in him has been much shaken. Em uiett Logan, of tbo Louisville Timet, is a newspsper genius, but he tries to do the work of three men and his style has grown 60Dewhat carelcis. Walton, of the Inte uiort Jouunal, is without doubt one of tho most independent, fearlesa and incisive writers in tho State. The Frankfort Yto man's editorials, when not biased by that unfortunate sheet's hankering desire to "staid in" with the powers that bs, evince a wisdom and conservatism that inspire the highest respect. Joe Shrewsbury, of I'adu' cab, does the bet editorial work produced In the Purchase. When Sim G&inei forsook journalism, tho Kentucky press lost its brightest piragraphist. Richard Knott. of tho Q)ttr!(r-Journa- l, writes some excee ircly fine editorials, bat his cold nature crops out between the liner: be is not much of n democrat. Polk Johnon, managing editor of the sheet, has a happy vein of hu mor and words a paragraph well, and when to gels an opportunity grapples with a grave subject in a scientific manner. But of them all, Col. L. E. Casey, of the Cov ington Commonwealth, is oftener right and the safest man to follow. His mannerof ex pressing himielf is terse and clear; his style Owensboro Messenger always charming. I- Lancaiter. Ojllector Bronston has app tinted Jno. T HigclnH, of this plc-t- , s'orfk-pc- r and gusger for this district. The Christian lsdle of the city will rflv h supper ut the hall Friday evenlnu, 20, the proeeods to ba tsonated to Rv. H. L. Simons. Editor M. D Hughes is a canJIdite for Poliru Judgo and James I. Hamilton, a candidate for town marshal, All tho boya are for them. Tre remains of Mrs. Ida Fish L a veil, wlfdof Junes Bt Leavell, of Lower Gar-rirwere interred in tho Ltncaster cemetery Thursday, after funeral by Rev. Jesse Walden at the Christian church. Mrs. BainbiUge delivered an interest ing lecture about the habits and customs of the Japantai and Chinese at Ihe Pre-b- jt n church Wednesday evening A lurge au dietce. was pretenk Mr. R E Thompson and bis young bride have returned to Mr. Dave Thompson's, where they will reside fn the future. Dr. J. B Kinnaird has returneJ from New York City, where he has been attending a couree of lectures, Jno. A. Roberts, aged thirteen years, died Monday evening after a few day' Illness of inflametion of the stomach. After funeral service at the Baptist church by Reva. Bruce and Goodioe, hia remains were interred in the cemetery nt this place. Tho deceased young man was a brother of Mia R. R West and an unusually bright boy, whore death caused a general feeling of gloom in the community'. d, rl-a- E. Is a Candidate for Aaseoor, subject to tho action ol tbe Democrat Ic pirtjr. S?P-T"- ""I I. KENNEDY rtn - SS&T fc faX?1' J. 31. Is a Candld.tA Tnr OEOItGK 8. CAKPEWTER acrki 'ubJect ,o the " JOHNSON nf TinMAf Ject to tbe action ot tho Democracy Aoau ... ' .... WILLIS O. BARXETT I lit m A'Mm-r- . , Mfiii $VhB las i - t B?H pi awmmr-- mmtmmmm J K I la a Candidate lor tho olScs of Jailer county, luLJect to primary election of of Lincoln the party. pii T Ai.Si5 wi.a: i.y Sfitxj. VWAT-- . W. T. SAUNDERS the1DemrMr!0rJ,Ier,'UbJ'et,0 the ,c,,oa ol Txssmam ,...--- , " 'U'a&m M H .sj-m- i ir.A.Mj. 'v4J ' fflL rrv IS T. M. PENNINGTON l!lia.nha.1J!0 for"C""ty Clerk ot Lincoln, action ol th Democracy. kVk rmj fgr.Y- Bt W - J4 ET x -- 5- 5- v. 4 f" Vjvv i .tr i.r TOT nm IW71 a -- W fc.? J. B. PAXTON Is a candidate lor Countj Attorney, rubJect to election to occur tbe firit BaiuVday thn In 5cr I BfeAV vi22K8zzi.eirtwnwra 5M - lViMFIUi Wm ajsajagssMstaaBS? JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD a Candidate for County .Attorney aubject to the action of the Democracy. of Lincoln The Bucket Pump & Water Purifier Is an Improvement on any Pump or Elevator yet Invented. Tho eups descending lull of air and ascending full of water, clrcnlatea tho air Irom bottom to top of cistern or well, removing wiggles, water bugs, and rendering the water pure, removing all color, bad taste or smell. This Pump has an Improved cbalo; no links to get twisted: each cup Is soldered permanently, and Ins'ead ola link, a flat piece ol galvanized Iron Is tied. Do not purchase a pump until you see this. JUDGE T. TV. VABNON t0 office of Coun. Il"i.niIJl,leiro.leIoctl00 mbject to tho action of tbe Democracy. JABIES W. ALCORN Is a Cadldate lor Circuit Judgo In tho this ruMlect to tho action of ths Democracy. DU-trtc- t, Very respectfully, husband bad a sums ins. Tbey belonged to the family (were defendants) of Guelpb Duke of Bavaria, ind are called "of the Home of Guelpb;" but Guelph is not her name as many suppose. A great many people are still without surnames and Quseo Victoria is one of them. Some English kings have had surnames (the Stuarts) and Louis XVI was indicted as Louis Cap el; but as a rule royal people baye no snr name Glorious Shuno, Tru Lai Spring has opened in California, Home of tbo almond, peach and apricot trees in this section have unfolded their blo'sams. The catkins of the willow have swollen and taken on their velvety bloom. Wild fbwers have sprung upon the hills. Bjxes of succulent rspar ague have been sent to msrket. The Gf treea are putting out fruit buds, Ltrks are singing in the G side. Tho whole landscape Sacramento is carpetfd with verdure. Ben "What was Queen Victoria's maiden h no wf.h lo !! i u '' uaau? ' bue.baii none Kuilderstienor ber 8ome housekeepers prefer it Never throw away old paper. fn cloth for cleaning many articles of furniture. After a stove hu been blackened, it csn be kept looking very well by rubbing it with paper every morning. Rjbbing with paper is a much nicer way of keeping a tea kettle, tea pot and coffee pot bright and clean thsn the old way of washing them in suds Rubbing with paper is also the best way of polishing knives, tinwaro and spoons; they shine like new silver. For polishing mirrors, windows and lamp chimneys, etc., paper is better than dry cloth. Preserves and pickles keep much better if brown paper, insteai of cloth, is tied over the jar. Preserved fruit Is not so apt to mould if a piece of writing paper, cut to fit tbe jar, is laid directly over the fruit. Paper la much better to put under a carpet than straw. It is warmer, thinner and makes lers noiee when one walks over it. to fn If you hrro'J There ia blood on our hands which cannot be conceited nor rubbed out By indifference, by neglect, by sympathy and toldr-anc- e a state of affairs has arisen which is a shame to our institutions and a disgrace to tho age. Practically we have abandoned all attempts to punish crime; it is licensed by the non enforcement of the law. Each man is bis own protector, and self defense is assumed in instances where tbe gallows ahonld bs a cerlainty. The weak poiuta in the law have been pointed out time and again, and yet the Legislature does nothing. Bail is giren in murder cases under an aseumed discretion of the judge, when no discretion should be allowed. The accused may have a change of venue, but the State can make no assignment of judges, nor arrange in another county for an impartial jury. The accueed may pack a jury nt will after the State has exhausted her five challenges, but every eflort to get good men to serve can be thwarted by tho twenty challenges of the accused. Further, it ia almost imnoesible to conduct a trial in accordance with tbe various and varying rulings of the Court of Appeals. The remedy is to limit this right of appeal to a few vital points, and Rite society some protection against the b.ouJ -- .hiidljiubs of the criminal and against the ingenuity and assiduity of tbe Courier-Journa- l. criminal lawyer. bravest are the tendereat. On the day after Gen, Hancock was defeated for president, a little girl named Virgie Wenlr, living in Lancaster, this State, wrote him a letter of condolence. This letter he answered and letter followed letter until the correspondence numbered upward of fifty by the time the General died. Upon one occasion when he was passing through Lancaster she heard of his coming and hurried to the depot to eee the hero and if possible meet him. She did meet him and the meeting was an affec tionate one. A large crowd bad gathered at the train, and distinguished people press ed forward for a shake of hia hand and while he wai courteiua and agreeable toall, he had more attention fot that child than he had for any one else and when the troin waa about to start and he lifted her little form in bis strong arms and kissed her good bye, the people cheered, for they aaw how tender hearted a brave man ia. Carlisle (Pa.) Volunteer W. II. BIGGINS. trlct,.ubjecltotho,ciloa R. C. WARREN the offlco of 5.!!,nm!.,,! ro,le:lln to 8th Judicial Attorney ol tbo of tbo III.. IEWCOMB HOTEIi. 3IT. VEHNON, KY. well-kno- fS.'aolff E2 This old and Hotel la still maintaining Its fino reputation, Charges reasonable. Conmonwimltli's Attorney of Special attention to the traveling public. LUmJ"d' a'Vi:rict- - "Weetto thoaclloVof vr. i. VKii.ft D.t ...v.....v IJ. Mt. Vernon, Ky. O. H. WADDIiE ,'. ... m JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Hi VCaD oforCtrcult Judgo of tho 8th DI- locllon U Between prty .""I1? m"Tlit Saturday' In ilarcb, will open a the 20th and tho last of this month, I held tbe baniltome line of ladles' and misses' y, THEXiAXEST! W. L. DAWSON iIl?.C.??i!Wa:f.for"!aller0' Lincoln County, of tho Domjcratlenartr. Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, to the action of tho Democratic party. cambric and lluen underwe.r, the very best qutl-ItJirn.t Irom New Vnrk. Please do not target that 1 will alsoopeoabaudsomelins of Millinery April 1st. In the next lasuo 1 shall stato where my room will be. JJJiS KATE 1)111) UKII A II. At tbe m Post-Offic- e. SAM. M. OWENS sub-Je- ct J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. IKraEJB.NTl.SO D. R. CARPENTER, Is a Candidate for u County Atlorner subject to tbo action of the Democratic pifty. Jacob Miller 32 & Son, Manufacturers of the Celebrated N. W. HUGHES Is a Candidate lor Superintendent Publlo Scooh fiiaia?arl,;r',,,b,ee,t0 the WUon of EAGLE SHIRT, North Third strest. - - PHILADELPHIA White, Fancy and Flannel Shirts, Overalls and Underwear. Nov York office, 31 Broadway. REV. J. A. BOG LE Is a Candidate for Superintendent Public ofLlncoln, subject to tho action of the Schools Democ. OLUBBIjTO To those desiring additional SEMI-WEEKL- rates. ...83 00 .... 2 60 . 3 00 SCO S 20 3 00 2 60 reading matter we will club the Hancock and ihe Little Y GniL.-T- he INTERIOR JOURNAL As follows: Courier-Journ- al Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action oftbo Democracy. 'a IF. B. WITHERS With tho Weekly "' " J. D. SWOPE Is a Candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject to.tho action of the Democracy. GEORGE B. COOPER JAMES P. BAILEY T. D. NEWLAND Is a candidate forSheriH of Lincoln county, ject to the actlonof tbe democracy. sub- Harper'a Weekly Southern Bivouac " Homo and Farm In lact, no matter what publication you desire, we can furnish It with our naner and save vou be. aipes tbe trouble and expense of remitting for it, " " " " " " " New York World... Now York Bun Harper's Magazine .... Old subscriber., who have already paid, can Is a candidate for Couaty Clerk of Lincoln, subject avail themselves of this olT.r by paying the diObr-euc- e to the action of the L cmocratlc party. between 32 and the amounts named. W. P. WALTON, Pro'r, Stanford. Is a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to tho tion ol tho democratic party. ac- O. ODD & M. from Effect of LumTMNa. A person struck by lightning does not know it, the fluid beThe ing much quicker than thought. nerves which convoy pain are rather slow in their power to convey information Siick a pin in the tail of an elephant and quite a perceptible interval occurs before tbe noble animal given hia opinion of the man or boy at tho end of the nervous system on trial. Lightning does its work before the victim knows anything. Two men were struck while taking refuge under a tree. Both were carried in tbe house and laid out for dead, One of the men revived and after woeka of suffering and infirmity be got out again and is still living, lie said he knew no more about having been struck by lightning than ho waa conscious of having lived before the flood. It waa all news to him when told of tho fact. -- Scientific American, i MISSISSIPPI fl. W WHISKY FOR SALE. Hundred and Twonty-FivMade by W. M. Bill, one, old. Apply at onco to o The direct through line and old established route William Guyton was a brakeman on the Evansvllle and Terre Hauto Railway. There wsb a collision in which bo was badly injure!, but remembering that a passer-ge- r train waa due roon, he managed to er tricate himself from the wreck and mangled and bleeding he eehel a red fl 3 and staggered up the track. Twice he fa I front exhaustion, but placklly got up and wen on and flagged the train 600 yards from the place ot danger. Then he fainted away and remained unconscious for two days. When be recovered ho waa a cripple for life. He sent the doctor's bill to the railroad compa ny and payment waa re'uscd. Then he ' aied for S10.000 and a jury ai Just awar after four years of ed him $5,083 damsges litigation. , wounds wtilch often From the dang-ro...uli fmm running a rusty nail in the d ootorotherpartof the Uwy, the to b a obtain cure: Smoke auoh wound, or any wound or brnUe that woolen Is loflnmed, with burning wool of T.eBtT'KiliiiieJ in the amoke of cloth. wool will take the pain out. ni follow-fingUaal- little girl whbw conduct made ber that slie feared At did riot mother rsplled, "Tee, I d; I prar pray, nigkt Inai'God vflll mae you and pa like ti.r.' 111) v. A ty In a recent sermon to women on marriage, Riv, Dr. Talmage said: "If you find a niau wh has never made any mistake, who is pfrfeel, who is immaculate, don't mtrry him. It would be a swindle to do it. Why, you would unile yourself to jmrfectlon, and you are not fit to be married to an angel. Thera are no perfect men I had two financ.at transactions with two perfect men, and they wofully cheated me." How uncertain are (he vicissitudes of this lift! A man may be scooting along on enowehocs over the beautiful mow lying on the numerous hills about this city, exulting in all the vigor of youth and overflowing with an abundance of animal spirits, snd the next minute may be in an adjoining rounty, undr tweenty feet of snow, without A sensible farmer remarked the other hat or coat, waiting for the spring thaws to day "that if he had a case in court against Idaho News Miner. set in a railroad company and the Judge of the Babbie went to churcn ou buudsy, and court had a free pass in his pocket from wib very proud when his mother let him that c impany, he would swear him off the put a shining silver quarter In tho contri- bench, an he would let no man try a case bution box. But the deacon had hardly for him who was a beneficiary of the defengot to the next psw before Robbie remark dant in the action " The farmer ia exacted, In a disgusted tone, audible dear up to ly right. A judicial officar has no more the pulpit: "Siy, mamma, be didn't n nice .right (in morals) to accept a free pass from that quarter any more than if it was only a suitor in his court than he has a $50 bill, just a cent." yet they do It. Like our farmer friend, we auoh man try a cut for ua. It An old tobacco grower siys that land would let no is too suspicious. fEtiiabethtown News. Is much injured by allowing tbe uokera to grow up after the tobacco has been cut. Little Paul is baring a gooddesl of diffIt la a ueeleta exhaustion of tbe chemicals iculty In committing to memory the Lord's necessary for tbe growth of tbe plant. As Prayer. The other night, after repeating It eoon as the crop of tobacco baa b en cut with the assistance of his mamma, he lookthe "ului' should be pulled up, and this ed up and said: "Mamma, wont the Lird can easily be done with an be glad when I can esy thla through wiih as- uttt & break?" ed 1 Barrels. and; three years Admr. ' Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in the West. Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to fit Louis. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati t nt. Louis. v two In 136S tbe pressure of tbe Mongols first suggested to the emperors of the Ming dynasty the idea of a continuous and comprehensive wall. In this way, at detached periods in successive centuries, the great wall of China grew Into its present proportions. It traverses the northern boundary of China, is c rriedovirtLe highest hills, through deep valleys, across rivers and over every kind of natural obstacle. It ia a great barrier, 1,250 miles in length. Including a parapet, the total height of the wall is 2) feet, Ht the bise it has 23 feet thickneia; at the top 1ft feet thickness. There are towers for watchmen abouteyery 100 yards. Ihe mass of the wall is comroied of two parallel sides of burnt brick, filled In with clat, stone and brlok-bai- s. jr. a. I.VTtsB, Only PIANOS AND ORGANS. Messrs. 8.1U A L.J. Cook are Agents for the John Church A Co. Pianos ant Organs, which emTrom Clnclnitt to St, Louis. brace ihe following most oxcell.nt Instruments: KnabeA Co., Uaxelton Bros., Decker A Soa and Rr TVT t the only lino running Everett Piauoi. Also, Clouga A Warren and tbo J. HO KJ. OOiVJ.. tbrough from Louisville John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments and Cincinnati to Si. Iuls, all other routes being are tuost excellent In tone, of gTeat durability and made up of a combination of small roada. wo defy competition. Alt of then, are warranted for five years. InferencesA. It. Penny, Mrs. The Ohio A Mississippi Hallway ruus Palatial L.M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Slmplng Cars on night trains; I.uxurisnt ParJames Beaxley, htanronj Mrs. Maglo Ilolmes, lor Cars on day trains; Clrgant Day Coaches ob all trains. Crab Orchard; Geo. W. J. Uodrain and Miss e Huffman, Lauoui.r, Ky. Direct and close concoctions are made In UNION DEPOTd with diverging lints by thoO. A M. Hallway, thus avoiding troblesoms trans--THE fers by other routes. The Ohio A Mlslstlppl Railway Is the only Una between Louisville, Cincinnati and tit. Louis under one management, running all Its trains through aolld and In conarqueore larecognlied rirst-Cla- u HouUt between those Cities. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting linos for lull particulars as to rates, time, niapt, circulars or any desired Information, or write to Positive Cure for Piles, KOBT. H. FOUMAN, Trav. Pass, ag't O. A M. K'y. Sou cruet. Ky, To the peoples! thti county ws would eay that W. M PEAUODY. W.11.8HATTUC. wo have been given tho Agmcy of Dr. Marchltl's Uen. Pass. Agt, Pres. and Uen'i Man'gr. Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Cincinnati, O. to care or money refunded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching llsa. Price SOo a boa. For sale by Penny A McAllitor, Druggists. Lis-alSEMr-WEEiXLY- hours from Louisville and Cincinnati to St. Louis. Tbo Only Lino by whioh you can got a Through Slooping Car lO SHlQjoT r Hrhat Can Ba Dona ? trying again and keeping up courago many things seemingly Impossible may bo attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver Complaint have been cured by Electrlo Bitters, Is published, every Tuvetay pd Friday at lbs low prlos of after eroivtblng else had boon tried In vain. Bo don't think there la no cure fjr you, but try ElecYEAH. tric Bitten. There Is no medlolno so safe, o pure TWO.DOLLABN and so perfect a Dlocd PurlQer. Electrlo Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, DIabetea and all Diseases of tho Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach and Liver, and oiercoms all Urinary Difficulties. or ALLCL188I Largo Bottlts only CO cents a bottla at Penny A UcAllster. huutly ttua tjhuupiy Dy Interior Journal BPANlrOBD,?. PEK W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. HAGAN'S Magnolia Balm is a secfet aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it,whowpuld rather not tell, andjjw carit tell. J f DK. W. B. PENNY, DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Charles R. Long has sued the LouisThe republicans in the Senate have decided to refuse to confirm John C Goode, ville Press Company, which runs the ComFrank Stewart, a young colorod man. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. of Virginia, solicitor general, Mr. Ed mercial, for slander, laying bis damages at when brought into court this morning for Office, on LftticMter street, rext door to Iitia-kio- r Journal office. Offlce liouri from 8 to 12 a. munds stated that charges of a very serious $50,000. trial, on a chargo of petit larceny, fainted, u.and 1 toS r. M. Anetthttlcaadnilnlitered wjian February 20, 1886 character had been preferred against Mr. T, R. Hood, democrat, has been it is thought from excitement and weakKy., Thos. Stanford, llSi-ly- r. neceaearr. Goode, relating to elections in the Old Do- elected to fill the vacancy In Congress, ness, tho result of confinement in jail. J minion, and before the committee could re- caused by the death of Mr. Rankin, of Mr. E G. Diollttle, of New York, w. P. WALTON. port on the nomination it would be neces Michigan. ownor of the celebrated trotting stallion, sary te send for persons and pipers, at Nor John S. Wife, of Virginia, who was re- Metropolitan, now at the stables of Engle-ma- n Dressed Fine Flooring, Gelling, Weather took the Legislature 60 ihys to do folk and elsewhere, to conduct an inquiry, cently run through a political threshing & Fields, is in town, Mr. P. A, KBoards, Finishing 4 Lumber, Green It and undo the penitentiary muddle. Sena- Tho Committee on Finance reported,against machine, announces that he is for John Marks will leave tomorrow at noon for Lumber in the Eonjjh, Including tor IlarrU' bill to pay South $2 700 nrd tho confirmation of McGraw, a Collector Sherman for President. New i'ork, to buy his spring stock of goods IS3 Laths and Shingles. . . A bill has been introduced in Congress i take him out of office 10 days after the pas- - of Internal Revenue for West Virginia, Junction City is somewhat excited toFor the conrtnlf nee of our cuitomert In d ind tlclnltr we hire arranged with Gv.o. - -utnfth law.I the management of the and that report was also adopted. Tbs making it a crime, punishable by a fine of day over the elopement of Mr. William - " to keep on hli yarji nn li. Lumber, whore titer can (at It aiiortment commissionof McGraw was the of $5,000, for a member of that body to Surber and Miss Jessie Schoflen; Mr. Wru. cause of the rejection prison hereafter to bo with the aa cheap aa of our from ui direct. He will alio mike eitlmatea for ers of the SinklnR Fund entirely, who will refusal of Secretary Manning to furnish accept a free railroad pass. Kenney and Miss Carrie Surber. They all any mih not en mri'ii, wnicn we win nil on abort Solicitor General Goode asserts that left on the 3 o'clock train for Louisville notice, have the right to appoint and remove the the papers relating to the suspension of Mc- JtELriXA DAVtH, Uly, Ky. sign!-tur- e to have been filed and Jtflersonvilte and will be married long Graw's predecessor. The grand old party the charges understood warden, needs only the Governor's the House having is surely in the nine hole when it seeks to against him before the Senate Judiciary before this reaches the eye of the public. to make it binding, paused it Wednesday 64 to 35 To reward hamper an honest administration by re- Committee are utterly false. As this report closed, Tumbler Baker ! The House Committee on Naval Af- and George Bikr, arraigned for the mur a favorite and to snub a set of men their sorting to the lowest tricks that a party of the could be guilty of. There is no reason that fairs will recommend the expenditure this der of Dan Lewis, were trying to obtain a superiors in every respect, a majority f d man at Do jou Inow llource, the legislators without thiuking of the great in these men should not be confirmed and the Tsar of S14.000.000 as beginning toward continuance on account of the abseoca of tho new Drug Store T If not, loaeuo time tn makwitnesses who would swear that they were ing hie acquaintance. terest to the State involved, made a terrible people having voted to turn the rascals out. the rehabilitation of the navy. United States Attorney Dickson was perrons of good character. Tho proseculie li polite, accommodating, and aella hit goodi mess of a matter that was progressing as they should see that a sore head Senate lower than theloweat. IlehuJuitrccUred a new amanlted at 8alt Lake City by friends of tion admitted as true what the absent witwell as any one could wish, considering the does not thwart their wishes. . CargO Of Plltl'f frr n. Geo. Q. Cannon, 'the attorney was struck circumstances involved. They re instate a Mr Garland, the attorney general, is in the face with a stone, but wae not seri- nesses would swear to if present, and it is Thli MwderneTirrule. A inarril of purity, acrtment of Landrcth'e Sccda In bulk, the Celebranotoriously incompetent person and then to still pursued by the newspapers, who want probnblo the trial will tako placo on next itrcngtn end whotesotucurta. More economical ted I.eMttte'i Kock CrriUI Spectacle end than the ordinary Stlmlt, end can not be told In ously hurt. eet rid of him appropriated $2,700 for ser him to unload his Thursday, the time assigned by the court competition with the multitude of low test, abort OlaiM, DrurtUtt' Sundrlet, Surgical Initru-ratntelephone Mutlcal UooJi, Bbow Caao Artliloa, and a weight soldiers at Watertown, Six Will the people stock or step down and out. Harper's Wed vices he never rendered. formal. The grand jury; returned seven cana. alutn orphoiphate powderi. Hold only tn ItorAl. IUkino rowDBK Co.. 1M Wall Hlrret, N. Y. sanction this unnecessary outlay of money? ly has been cartooning him for three issues, N. Y., are turning over pensions which additional indictments and were fioally disA Full Line of Drugs, Patent Medi Truly the aeees have the call in the Ken- - the last representing him on one side of a they do not need to as many charged. No indictment was found against cines and Chemicals. XjEE P HUFFMAN, ate soldiers in Virginia, .who are suffering Rev. Georce W. Uatton, the colored tucky General Assembly. telephone instrument and Columbia on the At for TollettArtlclet-we- ll, If you want to marfrom wounds and want. preacher held over some time ago for unGarland says: "Can't get anybody ry, go I muudiattlyto It is said that the railroads have for other. stock ofl my hands." Columbia reThe Missouri river ice gorge has cut lawfully detaining a female. STANFORD, KV. Office South aide Main Street, two doors abor. some years paid the entire expenses of the to take cemeaway the pest house and small-poWhen Circuit Court convened Tuesday IheMjerallotelt State of New Jersey. And as the main bus- plies: "Can't you get somebody to take tery at Kansas City, and about twenty cofmorning after adjournment from Thursday, Pure HI trout Oxide Qai administered when r Oppoalle Ihe.Mjrre Houie, Stanford, Ky, transporta- you off my hands?" The attorney general quired. iness of the corporitlons is the fins are floating down the river from which Judge Owsley not being present, Mr. John and freight between hRs his eye bandaged, with the scales of the city draws its water supply. tion of passengers W. Yerkes was elected special judge. points altogether outside the State, the justice dangling at his feet. The cartoon Richmond, Va , business men have noAmong the cases disposed of on Tuesday on the last page has the President standing Commonwealth has been supporting itself tified the labor unions that while they are case of Dr. W. A. Brown, of Parks- at the cost of the citizens of other States. with a withered garland tied around his in accordance with their principles, they was the Title, vs. the L. & N. railroad, for killing If Kentucky would be more liberal to such eyes. will not abet boycotting, and fayor a sup three colts, trial by jury and verdict for de A contemporary tearfully asks: "Can pression of the practice by legal means. enterprises and not permit its legislature to fendant The grand Jury on Wednesday hamper them by unjust laws, she might be a man edit a political piper and lead a -- SUCCMkOES TO- Rev. T. J. Qulnn, en route to Europe following indictments: Sam somewhat in the fix of New Jersey. As it christian life?" No sonny, he can not. from Oceola, Wis., got as far as Boston, returned the Green, murder; Alex. Camden, concealed is they pay in taxes to the State alone $173,-22- 7 Neither can he edit a religious paper and when he became drunk, was robbed of his At least the Converse $150 watch and $130 cash, and late Satur- weapons; Sam Green, concealed weapons; 24, besides a large amount to counties lead such a life. breaking; Malcom Brothers didn't, but got indicted on 29 day night landed in tlio police station in a Joe Anderson, house and town corporations. And haTlng alao purchased of llrlgut A SI ttcalf Ibelr atock of Fry, houfo breaking; Mary Davis and Lewis charges of lying. Our advice is, if you bedraggled condition. A committee to inquire into the allegaBoard, obtaining property under false prewant to lead a meek and christian life, let Samuel Kaiser, of Fort Worth, Texas, tions that there are many appointees on the somebody else run the newspapers, for it is has been awarded a verdict for $25,000 tenses; Dick Mason, gambling; Sam Coffee, employes, who are drawing Honee rolls of harder for a camel to go through the eye of damages against H. B. Claflin & Co., New unlawful shooting; W, and A. lit n fro, petit pay without rendering an equivalent in larceny; Frank Stewart, petit larceny; Maa needle than for an editor to do so. York, for attaching his stocx and injuring work, find that there ore almost as many rion St. Clair, 3 cases selling liquor unlawto the de We are indebted to Messrs. Gaunt & his credit before his indebtedness employes as there are members of Congress. fully; E. B. Cheatham, two cures do ; John fendants had matured. Jauvicr, New York, sole agents for tho The total is 299, of which the Elder, 9 cases do. The grand jury, Richmond, Va., found We now bare- United States for Fear's soap, for a splenhas 140; the clerk 45; the sergeant-at-arJohn Barker, of Scott, bought a fine War10; did picture of Gen, Robert E. Lee, colored 12 indictments each against Peter C . 8; the postmaster 21; the speaker George C. Birkedale, officers of jack from Thos. Collier, of this county for annual clerks 40; session clerks 35. A dozen and embossed. It is a real handsome work wick and theGallego Mills Manufacturing Company, $750 cash. Carlisle Mercury. were found to of art. The same firm also sends us an or more of these Bob Smith, a negro of IS, was sentencharged with felony, and warrants have have been absent Bince laBt December and equally good picture of Henry Ward Beech- ced to be hunt; by the Jessamine circuit been issued for their arrest. An will tell them aa CIIKAP ai any dealer In Central Kentucky. s number of others that render no eervice er, but as we never had any special fancy The Chinese Consul General states that court for the murder of bis total pay roll calls for for the old fellow, we do not appreciate it Jtupglea, Carriage., whatever. The The loss by the Wilmington, N. C, Wagoni, Dump Card, Surreya, Iluck Beardi, Spring Wagona. Kartn Wagoni, Lumber Wagem, Ixg claims for about $500,000 will be presented Plowa, Cultlratora, Uarrowi, Corn rianten, CVrn Drlla, Ileapera, Mnwera, Hay as highly as the former. $402,862 40. fires Sunday is now estimated at $500,000, lUkce, nay Slacken, inagainst the United States for damages drain Drilla. Fed Cutter., Herae Power., rump-- , Water Klataton. Corn Mllla. Cane Mllla, Cider Mllla, Saw Mllli.Thrr.hlng Machine., Jtuggy Harne... W agon Like a woman, who swearing that she The Legislature having permitted sever- flicted upon the Chinese In person and instead of $1,500,000 as at first reported. Hum IUlllog, Packing, Coal, Lumter, Door., Bain, IlllnJi. Moulding, ard ererr The Senate has passed the Home Bill will never consent finally consents, the al lawyers to appear before it and argue property In the numerous riots and outendeavoring to for the passage of laws they were hired to rages that have recently occurred. appropriating $250,000 for the erection at other kind ot members of the Senate after by voting against advocate, the Louisville limes submits this make a little ree-co- id Meb are driving the Chinese out of Washington of a monument to Geo. Grant. When General Tombs died his estate House bill to extend the session indef- new form for lawyers' cards: "J. Smith, the various towns in Oregon and California. the initely, have done what they intended to Attomey-- at law. Will practice in Ken- They march the Celestials to aeteamerjpay wae supposed to be worth at least $250,000, We will alto hindle tucky Legislature and in all counties in their fare out of money stolen from them but an appraisement made a tew days ago do at first and consented to extend the f to the crack of doom if neceseary. To- the district. Office, 929 Cavort Place." and tell them death awaits their return. It places it at $00,000. The estate is also liaoutrage that the govern ble for $267,000 of Kimbill House note, morrow is the constitutional limit, but the Miss Lydia Thompson, once the bright is a but the heirs will bring suit to set aside "demmed horwid grind" will go on as bement should stop. new con- particular star of the burlesque Btage, with the power of attorney whereby the indorsefore. What do we need with a A fire at Versailles, originating in the the prettiest pair of limbs imaginable, has of John M. Smith ments were made. stitution, when the old one can be twisted vacant store-roo- m after a rest of several years, returned to It is raid that Senator Beck, of Kenand turned to suit any action or conveni- New ways and set the buildings York and is again at ber old tricks. spread both ence? Webjter, Mrs. Norwood, Mrs. tucky, has the largest foot in the Senate But age has withered and custom has staled owned by T. Hood and the residence of Ho wears a broad eleven, of calf. Senator A Cleveland doctor went ueuma the variety business and Mies Thompson is Omni, George Mrs. Polly Docker. The goods in most of Voorheec, of Indiana, can stand a No. 10, druggist's counter and seeing a liquid in a not the card she was 10 years ago. if broad at the toe, while Senator Butler, whisky these houses were burned. eradualed class, thought it was TnE present Legislature should repeal The Postmaster General has accepted of South Carolina, has the smallest foot, exguizled it down. It hap and immediately cepting Senatar Mabone. who wears a No. nonpil tn he carbolic .ecid and the doctor all homestead and exemption laws. They the resignation of A. Burt, Superintendent 3 of the finest kid. answer only as a breastwork, behind which of the Fifth Division, Railway Mail was kicking bis last kick in less than ten the fraudulent debtor hides, to avoid his located at Cincinnati, Ohio, to take ef Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rumsey, of St minutes. The old fellow rruBt have been not to have discovered debt?. Lancaster News. The suggestion fect March 31, and has appointed Jotcph Louis, did not live tttj happily together, Having purcliriHcil flic intercut of II. exceedingly thirsty I!rli;lit In (lit; linn of B. Gnin, of Utica, Indiana, to fi'l the va- He was jealous and she was quick temperdifierence in time to shut eff the is a good one and we heartily second it. the IlrlRht el: Motcnir. villi IIiIn Immiio we draught. The leeBon ought to teach peoGlasgow thinkB it has as good as got cancy. poetoffice appropriation bill for ed and they disagreed continually. Often The she would try to biing about a better state ple that if they want to drink, licensed the Chesapeake & Naohville, but we will the next fiscal year has been completed, and for that purpoBe. Drug remind the limes that there is often a slip of affairs and one day made an unusually bar rooms are open will presently be reported to the House. strong effort to effect a reconciliation. At whisky is always poisoned. the cup and the lip. We are yet gostore 'twixt The amount appropriated Is $54,326,5S8,au ing to have a say in the matter and don't increase of $625,593 over tho sum set apart last he parted from her with words of affecreception tendered Miss Mildred The tion, telling her to be sure and be at home Trusting you forgetit. that by fair dealing, low prices and honeit goods we may sustain for the current year, and a decrease of Lee, daughter of Gen. Robert E. Lee, at at 4 o'clock that afternoon, when he would by Lcuisville Medical College turned $050,509 from the amount asked for by the The the Gait House, Louisville, tho reputation of the old firm. Wo shall conflno our send her something nice. She was very soldiers and the alumni of Washington out 87 young doctors last night and may department. home anxiously waithappy and staved at business striotly to the good Lord have pity on poor, suffering It is stated that 75,000 Italian men, wo- ing for the present. It came promptly on and Le University, was a fitting tribute humanity. bondage in this men and girls are held in a most worthy woman, whose father ranked time and proved to be a copy of the petiTnEMaysville Bulletin is one of the country, and that the number of girls im- tion for a divorce filed that morning by ber as a Boldler and a gentleman with the Queens-wareported for immoral purposes is increasing greatest that the world has ever produced. newsiest of our exchanges. husband yearly. Testimony to this effect will bo ofof gentlemen who were In the A number THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Toe land area of the globe is four fifered before the House Labor Committee, Federal army were present at the recepwill be averred that Italians, high in fteenths; the rater area noble woman On motion of Mr.Rlgney, House bill and it tion to do honor alike to the The average depth of the ocean is 13,000 as well as to the memory of her illustrious inrelation to the street railway of the city position in this country, are the men who feet. The average height of the land 1,000 With a reduction in expenses and our facilities for buying, we trust to ba of Stanford was recommitted to the Com- profit by these practices, father. o'clock Monday a pow- feet. The temperature of the water at the found always lower than the lowest. Soliciting a portion of your About twelve trade The Covington Commonwealth sums it up mittee on Railroads. bottom of the ocean whether at the polls If the Legislature will adjourn within der explosion occurred in the grocery store short hone is soon curried," and thus; "A Wo are, respectfully, or under the equator is about 32 degrees. The clerk Legisla- the constitutional limit, the State will save of Mary Wills at Winchester. the work done by the Kentucky An exception is a pool in the North Atlanbriefly, stated, Of 794 960,000, the cast of an extra session, and was in the act of weighing powder from a ture to date may be standing near the counter tic, which is protected from any arctic gla reabout $20,000 in appropriations. f Auditor can when a man bills introduced in the House, and 176 by a "bar" stretching from struck a match to light his cigar, igniting clal underflow the Senate committees, less than newitt. ported by Greenland to Iceland across the mouth of An act extending the time of sheriffs tho powder and causing a terrible accident. 100 have pissed both houses and received the Arctic Ocean. Of these and constables to collect their fees was pass The house was wrecked and eight persons the signature of the Governor. Tne population of London exceeds every badly wounded, besides four or five others by the House, with the proviso that but seven are of a general nature. Oi ed .. ,. sz'm u kii GARRBAGE & city, ancient or modern, in the world. New they should not go behind the returns for a slightly. lirrr aerrral Uollnr nldM liarncn, .VAU.UUarJXl mail hinuffirvaAiiiiirinA miiidiA I'lutform tVasou, yet to be done there are about hvo work York and all Its adjacent cities combined, lottiel'lmt 1'rlcc. Wo iiao no of committees. later period than seven years. Afy. VERNON DEPARTMENT. hundred bills in the hands nffrnu, tint for twelre yrara of it. Scotland, li.vmlA.il t1,h Ihii.nmiiina. are not equal to Mr, Bobbitt sent the following to the seventy are of a general naOf these only Wcibln anywhere, with i rm" y'tTwEjaaSBSBKSBSKlTx N Managed by Jno. B. Fish. Switzerland and the Australian colonics lego of nxomlnlna tiur Speaker; My terrestrial felicity depends ture. charKcal In. We rT I js Rockcastle Coun- each contain fewer souls, while Norway, fflu To the Democracy of nn wart it noi taiitrtictorr. Ui upon the passage of bill 593, If I get that to extend the life of the Superiwarrant crrrythlnRf or 'Jyrnra. The bill Servia, Greece and Denmark have scarcely One price on ly, l'lut form fiirln bill through, I lend tv the hymeneal altar ty, A poll book will be opened at tho ngon at V!tH ti enmpiunihrM or Court has passed the Senate and will no places of voting in said county on the half so many. Yet at the beginning of the Mrtf it llale.s.1. Furm Wfiirfiii. III. one of the loveliest and the most beautiful j op nuitrm ni doubt receive a similar treatment by the (), lino nn u uiiilr anld rortflgn. are all No.l Oak l.euliicr. Mnglo, SID to tiJ5Ourllanidi woman that the resplendent sun ever shone 0th day of March, (Saturday) 18S0, for the present century the population of Londcn Ul.iuura v Cutnlmritn r iiMma ' House. The lawyers claim that the extenpurpose of making choice of candidates did not reach one million. , II. 1'KATT, Wccrttorr, if -Elkhart, Indian, necessary, but whether necessary or upon; I fail in its passage all is involved for the county offices. D. N. Williams, sion is in Cimmerian gloom. Please recognize me. Naturalists now count no lees than 1,870 not, the Legislature had not the slighteit Chm. Co, Com. Feb. 24th, 1880. expire at tho end Fountain Fox Bobbitt. different kinds of fishes in North American idea of allowing it to Richmond Herald; Miss Bailie Bates, waters, of which 690 live in the rivers and years foa which it wss created. of the four NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. whose serious illners of cancer has several lakes and 550 kinds belong to the Pacific. an office, It is easy enough to create legislated but we Ed Finley and Judge Jett are the out cf times been noticed, died at the home of Of the remainder, 105 dwell only in tie rarely hear of one being who got the postoflice inspectorher sister, Mrs, Gibson, near Richmond, deep waters of the Atlantic and Gulf of existence, ships. last Thursday night. Sbe was an excellent Mexico, never approaching the shore or the n Mr. The news from the bedside of The House Committee on Ways and and a devoted Christian, J. W. surface. DKALISS IS continuei to be of the inoH favor- .Means has decided to close discussion on woman Ilerndon has sold his interest in his Texsg The Mt. Olivet Democrat tells of a man He is now on the road to tariff measures March 12, able nature, ranche to J. Stone Walker for $30,000, tak who was recently turned out of tho Metho- Drurj3, Books, Stationery and complete recovery and will soon ba able to After losing $9,000 a day in unearned ing in part payment the Culdwell Campbell Fancy Articles. pen in the Interest of dist church at that place. When notified wield his powerful wages, for three weeks, tho Pennsylvania farm, near Richmond, containing about 250 of the action of the committee, he sold: reforms. As Bro. Barnes tariff and other coke strikers resumed work, I'bTilcl ana' rufrlptloiu accurately tompouudud. acres, at $17,500. Alex. Sevier writes from d-if I don't join the Baptists and Alio woad say, bo say we, "Praise the Lord." Deputy Marshal Rogers is not dead, as Atlanta: "Thero have been from 800 to "Well, d go to heaven in spite of h II I" W ii"fT latTWt M llTlr " ! e T Tfci" . Cau't the Frankfort papers drop that reported, but was Improving when the last 1,000 mules here ever since I came. I ia said to The latest cure for eleepleetncrs "revised" list of the names and postoflice news arriyed from Harlan C, H. think that what mules are left in tho The late Joshua B, Lipplncott was county ought to stay there. They are be: "Just before retiring let the sleepleas The Largest Stock of Watokeo, Clocks, addresses of the members of the General Jowolry and Silverware Assembly and give us eomethlng worth probibly tho richest of American publishworth more there than here, Mine nver-age- d one run up stairs two oi three times, just is thoroughly the space Everybody known ers, ne was a shrewd investor in railroad roadlne in 15J hands snd sold for $130. Any as fast as he can until he Erpr bought to tutimaiktt Prleoa than u i vn'"i. n,i -'i nrer 4.1 WU.UUU In per- - man would have atked $135 for them at winded; that will start tbn blood from his the LovcM. Watch!, Clocks and JcwrlrT n- the thiug by heart ncv and 1' pnlred on aboil DOtlco and V,'rrr ; brain mid he will slumber ull right, sure." j houal properly, though but little real estate home." we were given a res'. Stmi-KMfiJnterkJoitrral -- pOYA t Dentist. LUMBER! rrz NUn-for- 1lirll BOURNE bald-hfad- POWDER Absolutely Pure. tjf lt, Fan-electri- c BUIIGEON D13NTIHT x BOURNE'S. WEAREN & MENEFEE, Farming Implements and Pleasure Vehicles, -- door-keep-- ms AKT s HVIMEMSE STOCK, Shell-erCo- step-fathe- r. ei-si- high-hande- d Qrnin, Wool, !Ficlil VI X'rotliict.s. ftieeds aii1 other ITai'iu "THE LATEST 10 LAST CHANGE." Scr-vic- e, C Make our Bow to the Public, fa Groceries, Hardware and . eleven-fifteenth- METOALF ELKHART & FOSTER $55 HARNESS M'F'G CO. two-thir- ds va-rlo- tu mBt t i aSv-Jy Ken-tuckia- IV,i ny A H A lifsloi- PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. X Wat-tereo- " i- tu i iw n i yw.nwint.aj Jt 'jwi LAnifH, don't raad T. R. Walton'a iH ndv " f Hay for Bile. I. M. Bruce. I AM still receiving mj Qaa line of Tni.mma of the II ilia Gap poslotHce Corn for sale. M. 8. Peyton, Stanford. spring and summer good. Please cs.ll and For Sale. White seed oats. F. Reid, February 20, 1886 see them and have the first pick. II. C. will be changed to May wood, April 1 Stanford, Kyn Stanford. Rupley. I have moved to the room lately vacatFon 8ale. thoroughbred bull E. O. WALTON. - Uuolnoea Managor. The week of splondid weather was ed by the Postoflijn and am ready to servo calves. Henry Five Baugbman. brought to an end Wednesday night by a the ladles in underwear of all kinds. I Fon Sale. 11 good work mules. J heavy rain, which fell at Intervals also dur- will also have a floe line of Mlllineiy by l.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. F. A B.G.Gover, Stanford. Kate Dudderar. - 85 r.M. ing yesterday, till the afternoon when it April I Mrs. Mall train going Horth ...... Brazilian Floor Corn seed raised by " South ........... .111 IB r. m. again cleared off much cooler. Some time ago the LAN, killed a mule John Bright at W. H. Higglns'. . Aim. Eipreslrtln"II Booth...... II KOlb...MMMM.HMM.IMMM - V3 A. M. We have given notice to our best custom- and threo hogs for R. B. and E. P. Woods, Mrs. Thomos Parsons has eold to Geo. U calculated on standard tlms. Bolat ers, especially, that we are compelled to which wero valued at $135, Thia week a Vaughn her farm of 100 acres at Tb jot 50. tat U about 20 minutes tuUr, collect all our acoun's by March let. compromise waa affected, the company Twenty-fiv- e or thirty tons of nice timoPlease read this notice and don't forget to paying $105 and taking a receipt in full. LOCAL NOTICES. thy hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, Stan do so at once. Owsley A Craig. Buy your tchool books from Penny A The Sigoat Ssrvlce telegraphed last ford. Waters A Raney bought 05 bushels of MoAUiter. The windy weather of March Is coming evening: "Temperature will fll to 20 de- Irish potatoes ot Mat Philip at 70 cents a WATOitea and Jewelry, repaired on short toA McAlla- - on and dwellings, ttores, barns and their grees above uro and probably lower by bushel. notice and warranted by'Penny morrow." The mercury waa 65 at noon contents are in danger from fire. Insure Fon Rent. About 40 acres of tobacco Buy the Haaa Hor Kemedy, the orlul-ai- d with Jno. M. Philips at Stanford before yesterday and was dropping 5" to 10 an land and for sale 500 locust posts. Mrs. E. and only genuine, from Penny AMcAN your property burns and you will feel bet- hour when we went to presj, B. Jonea, Stanford. liter. ftock of jewelry, Intent ter and get paid If you should have a lom. Veiiy III Last S ind ay Mr. James B. A coMr-i-rrr- . ai uraiUeid's sale of line horses at style. Ilooltford watche n opecially. Pen. Don't put it off. Owens waa taken sick with what his physi- Lexington, 00 head were sold the first day ny A McAllirter, The new firm of Wearen A Menefee an- cians pronounced intermittent fever. He at $565 average. nounce their buslneis in this issue and will did reasonably well until Wednesday night, PERSONAL. continue to give seasonable hints from time when be had a severe congestive chill. For Brssfield resulted in 50 being knocked Mil. Sam Hahdin returned to Kanaaa to time. Doth are good business men and hour it looked like he must die, but reac- down at an average of 5315.80. John II Bell, of Scott, sold to Josiab Tue'day. popular and capable of running the busi- tion net in yesterday and at a late hour in -- Mit. Isaac Hamilton U down with ness profitably to themselves and satisfacto- the afternon his physicians said that the Pence his crop of wheat, about 700 bushel', rily to the public. Times. eeTcre attack of rheumatism. prognosis was favorable unless a change for at a $1 per bushel, at the house. A Jessimineoiunty farmer sold two Mas. M. J. VLi.i was the gueat of the worse ret in. Ds, Peyton, Carpenter La nor. ron its Acie. The grandfather pls last week whose aegregate weight was Mr. J. 11 VnArdAlyMterday. of Mr. John lilaln was burled 01 years ago and Reid are attending him. 1,100 pound, and received for them $40 40 Mn and Miis. OEonas McALinen and Mr. John Bright, who was euryeying MARRIAGES. It Is thought '.hat the extreme co'd returned front their bridal lour yeelerday. around the graveyard this week, tells u weather haa killed the eggs of the Hessian Mils MrasicK, ol I. -- iitiHe, waa tip to that a walnut tree is growing directly out Mr. Douglss Jeffrey and Miss Susie, ee her daughter, Mra. J. II. Hocker, Wed of the grave, which measures 3 feet in di- - daughter of Mrs. Margaret Smith, were fly and wheat will be clear of the pen this year. nesday. ameter 2 feet from the ground. married yesterday. Mr. C. C. McClure, of Garrard, pasied Mira Lauiia Layuon, of Mlllcraburc Miss Nancy, daughter of Mr. Fayette through yesterday with a good young jtck The county committee passed an order W. Varnon, la a niece of Colonel Thoma that each candidate should pay $1 before Moore, and Mr. JameiC Gattineau, were and two mares, bought in Cumberland the rum. of Miaa Mar. made one yesterday. county. He gave moyed his his name waa placed upon the for the former and Mil 8. II. Thomson has Thomas A. Edison, the ce ebrated elec- $100 each for the latter. will live at to pay the expenses of the election. But family to thla place and they few have done so and this is to remind the trician, and Mlts Mina Miller were married The Louisville cattle market is slow Capt. Crate' place on the DintlUe pike. others that they should attend to the mat- at Akron, O , Wednesday, at 2J to IJ, common grades to best shippers; Cait. J. W. Rotis, of the Greenaburg Mrs. Jennie Roehr, a St. Louis widow, Branch, wai here Wednesday. Ilia wife la ter at once by leaving the necessary amount bronght suit to recover $1,418, which she the snpply of bogs Is greater than the de mind and prices are low, ranging from 3 hero the gtiMt of her slater, Mra. George II. at this office. had paid to a fortune-telle- r on a promise Only one week remains for the candi- that it would be worked Into love powders to 4.40; sheep are quoted from 1 to 4. Hardin. John J. Anderson, of Montgomery, dates to get in their work and most of them sufficiently strong to procure a blonde husCol. Hall AsDr.nsoi went home sold to Webb Gaitskill 20 head of yearling Reee, who la are making hay while theaun shines. There to attend hla brother band. The husband was not forthcoming, heifers at 3 cents. Best A Co., bought of expected to din at any lime of consump- is a pretty fair lot for the people to choose hence the suit. Horace Miller and Cirey Mitchell 29.430 tion. from and if they do not get a good ticket, it Mn. Edwaiw Po8ir.it, wholesale to- pound of tobacco at $9.15 per cwt. This RELIGIOUS. will be their fault. We can place the winbicco dealer at Lexinzton, waa here Wedtobacco was grown on 14 acres, thus averners In the county judge's, circuit clerk's Rtv. A. S. Moflett is agisting Rev. aging 2,112 pounds nesday in the intereU of hla house as well sherifTa per race. Can anybody name the oth Goodloe in a meeting at Lancaster. as to see his numerous relatives, Democrat. ers for $507 A Methodist revival at Connersville, Blooming- ii Mna. M.L WiKr.n-ri.D.o- f WINCHE8TEII Court. -- There were Oon old friend, Thomas W. Wash, after Indiana, has resulted in 500 conversions, III., is hereto attend the bedside of ton, cattle on the market. Scrubs brought and Is still in progress. Mr. Bam Huston, who Is dying from a fall having held most creditably the office of from $3 to $3.25 per cwt. Good feeders Rev. R. R. Noet will preach at Logans county clerk of Casoy for 21 years, has derecently received. $4 60 to $4 75. Medium feeders from $1 to Creek next Sunday at 11 o'clock and Row but Missus Mwrs Coli.ieu, David Scott, cided not to atand for a $150. Allthecittle were not sold, the for county judge and will be land at 7 in the evening. will run demand not being as strong as last court II. B. Boone, W. R Hollxslaw and Baylor Rev. Green Clay Smith haa returned day. Twenty two head of Spencer county Anderson took 30 hogsheads of tobacco to elected, as he ought to be. The other dem d ocrats asking for office are George A. Prew-li- t, from Saginaw, Michigan, where be held a cattle brought $50 per head Louisville Tuesday Mr. Collier will and another for county clerk; A. R. Clarke,for coun- protracted meeting in which 130 were bunch of 25 head brought $47 50. There his trip to Illinois to see his brother. Col. A M. Swore, who recently re- ty attorney, and Josh Stone, Jets Royalty Rev. R. B. Mahony will preach at the wero about 100 mules on the market and a brisk trade. Mules ranged from $95 to turned from a trip through the Holy Land, and Mr. Breeding for circuit clerk. Baptist church hero Sunday night. At the has consented to deliver ft lecture on his Sun. Dn. W. B. Penny, dentist, tells us that morning ser?ice Mr, B, K. Weiren will be $175; horses from $70 to $100. InuUville Tobacco Market, furnished travels at the Main Street Christian Chnrch he extracted a front tooth for W, II. Tray-lc- r, ordained as deacon. by Glover A Darrett, Louisville Tobacco a, an early date, the proceed of which will removed the abscess, plugged It and reRevs. Evsna and Hopper closed their be given to the LtdW Aid Society of that turned it to its place In his mouth, where meeting at Carlisle Sunday night and went Warehouse: The sales for one week to Transcript. church.-Lexlnk- 'ton he confined it with the usual appliances. to Ml. Sterling. There were but 4 addi- date amount to :1,315 hhds. The offerings stiil embrace a large amount of tobacco in GtononCAurESTEnls up, but looks This was two weeks ago and when Mr. tions at the former meeting. bad conditioo, and there has been no dimu-nitio- n little like his former self. The fever has Traylor waa in town a day or two since, he Rev. J. R. Jamea write: "I closed a and he is not much said that the inefcor was as firmly set in his in the usual large per cent, of inferitaken inot of his meeting of 11 days at Bronston, Ky., with moro than skin and bones, but he says he mouth as any he had and that the opera- 20 additions to tho Baptist church and or tobacco. Prices can not be said to be will be ready to take the clerk's office as tion had caused him but little inconveni- about 20 standing for prayer the last night any higher than last week, but the market has gained some of Its lost animation and soon as elected. D. H. Carpenter Is con- ence. The doctor saya this Is his third suc- of the meeting. buyers have taken hold with mora readi fined also with a cold. cessful oralion in this line. Friday night Eld. John S. Up to Mien Mahy Bnc.WJ received this week the Hew. Nothing of extra quality has been The railroads are paying their taxos Sweeney had received 23 additions-tMissis.-slppl- , offered and $14 represents tho highest price from a prominent yourg lawyer In right along now. In this county they pay church at Columbus, Inc'., and tho meeting apilr of baautllul mocking birds, more than a lourth of the entire expenses of continues with great interest and will prob of the week for new Burley. The country purchases in the last few weeks havo been which she prlzM very highly, though some Paris News. the county, baddiM paying tho regular tax ably last over Sunday. on a largo scale, and the prices which have of thejealous admirer of the young lady As tho rciult of a great religious revivin cverv town they piss through. There been paid indicate a good deal of courage are anything but pleased, and threaten to are in Lincoln county 51 miles cf railroad, al in Cameron, West Virginia, some twenreport the lawyer to the authorities of his which Is asesed at 5975,871. Tnia at 20c ty five miles from Wheeling, a large liquor on the part of buyew, and like Micawber Stair, where it Is unlawful to shoot, catch, on the 5100 brings to tho county the neat ailoon was purchased by public subscription they expect something to turn up. Sales of new crop to date amount to 20,443 hhds. have or hold uch bird. little sum of 51.051 75. If we secure the and all tho liquors poured into the gutters The following quotations fairly represent local'matters. Chesapeake A Nashville, we may soon be The circulation of the scriptures in our market for new Burley: Dark Trash fix of New Jersey; that is, derive all the whole world since the beginning of the in the 3 to 4 cents; Colory Trash 4 to 5; Common The Rink will be open to night. of our public expenses from railroads. present century is estimated at 200,000,000 lugs not Colory 4 to 5; Colory Lugs 5 to Kiney -. copies, of which S120.000.000 are placed to Plow Gear, etc. at Watsrs A The mystery surrounding the flying bug- the credit of the British. 50.000.000 to the 7J; Common leaf not Colory 5J to 7; Good FnrsH salmon this evening. 8. 8. My- gy and screaming woman, reported by our Americans and 30.000,000 to all the other leaf 7 to 10; Fine leaf 10 to 13; Select era. friend John W. Rout, has been unravelled Wrappery Tobacco 13 to 18. Bible societies. During the past year these BnufSELH carpet, only been used a month, and the sensation has fallen fiat and Impo societies together possessed over b!x and tent. It seems that Jeff Bradley and hla SEW ADTKBTI8E3EHTN. for sale. Apply at this office. Tribune. f million Blblea.-rChic- ago sister, Miss Eva, had come to town for Miss in The Lebanon iSrancJarci says; The A roaTomcE has been established Julia Douglas and were taking her out to SALE? Garrard. It Is named McCreary In honor spend the night. Jeff waa sitting between many friends of Rev. T. A. Bracken will be surprised and pained to hear of the fall of A dee saddle Stallion, S years old, br On Tims. of our Congressman. the two girls driving and they were crowdn IT. Z.. DA.W8QN, that distinguished divine. It haa been conThe wild geese are flying northward and ing him considerably, when to teaso them ceded that he waa a good and upright man, they say that Is a sign that the winter is he jumped out upon the horse's back and yet he fell. As he himself says "a very uc Valuable Mill Property for Sale putting the laih to him made him go at Jjroke. Let her break. gaceful and unpremeditated fall." He slipfull speed. This alarmed the young ladies property Hustonrille Flouring Signs. Ramsey A Stuart, the Lexington ped on a banana peel and fell, shaking him The Ml will known ai ihe sale to the blgbsat be ofiertd for and they screamed at the top of their voices considerably, but doing no serious damage Da ocii uiauer, oa will ba in town for a few daya. sign artists, and the name of Jeff was easily taken for save breaking his spectacles. Have your sign work done now. Saturday, April 10th, 1880. Jim. It stems a pity to spoil such a sensaDEATHS. This property is new, coramoJIousl jr located at very grateful to the kind friends tion as this correction does, but we are We are nnitcnTllle, Lincoln county, Ky., In a Ado farmwho as liberally came to our relief in our glad to know that the fears aroused did not ing flour bum sad one Mr. Samuel Huston, a venerable and Mt region; mm two Hti of with ample machincorn do.; la iurnlihed Mrs. S. 8. Myers. prove true. misfortune Mr. and worthy citizen of the McKinney neighbor- ery and the laUr appliance and la capable of A clumsy efiort to obtain $10 from Mr. hood, died Wednesday of paralysis, caused doing large and excellent work. The tala will be post tire. Terms made known Theiie will be music at the Rink toneby a fall, aged about SO years. He Bpent on day of sale. night by a full bind. The leader, Mr. J. A. R. Penny was made by a very black II'. JI. HSIITn, night. He bis long llfo in this county and leaves a Carson, arrived yesterday and will be on gro about 10 years old, Tuesday Preaident Huitonrlllo Mill Co. went to the drug store and presented the name without reproach. hand. following: "Feb. the 13:h, 1880 Pennie After a long illness, several months of The negro, Ribert Popplewell, who atolo givo Bob Loget 10 dollars for me (the rest which was at the homo of Dr. J. G. Car- SALE OF BANK STOCK. convict, 8,000 postal cards at Somerset, was John Reed." Mi. penter, where sho asked to bo brought no As Administrators of Wya't Bandldge, dec'd,we is not decipherable), ed In the U. 8. Court at Louisville, Penny asked where ho got the order. He aa to receiye his medical attention and to will on Jlontlau, ."Uavch 1st, 18S8, at the e door in Stanford, sell at public auct said that Mr. Reid gave it to him. ThU bs with her sister, Mrs. Ida Fish, wife of tion 15 Shares of Stock In the Farmora National and Peae In Bank olBtanforl. Terma mad known on day of D, M. Feihiy & Co.'8 Beana Mr. Penny pronounced a lie end said the Mr. James B. Leavell, of Garrard, passed saw. 17. bulk. Garden 8eeds of every description order waa a forgery. Tho negro protested peacefully to rest at 4 o'clock v. m. Tucb-day- , ir. If. HAMUHGE, Administrators. In packages at A. A. Warren'a "Model and said that Mr. Reid told him to say that aged 20. She wbb a member of the Grocery." it was written at the stable and in the dark. Christian church and died strong in the Female College In order to reduce our stock we will give Jailer Newlard happening to be in the hnnn of a blissful eternity. A bright and e anything In our lino. We store came up and brgan to question the ne lovablo woman and before the hand of vou a Imealn in STANFORD, KY , our gro, who said ho could prove by another had marred her features, a very beauask the farmers to call and Inspect negro, who was at a certain store, that Mr. tiful one, her death at bo early an age is ALEX. S. PAXTON - - PItES. pond court day. Metcall A Foster. Reid gave the order. Mr. Newland accom- very deplorable and falls with great severiof Tho Second Term of the present session will be. A note from Mr. II. J. McRoberts, panied him thither and not finding the al- ty on a loving husband, left with three lit- gin Feb, 1st, 1886. Location pleasant; discipline kind but firm: Instruction tborouch. Punlls to- Montlcello, Mo., saya that it la a mistake leged witness they tried another store. He tle girls, the youngest but two months old, cclrcdat any time. Bend for circular. wife did about twlna in his family. Hia could plainly see that tho negro was trying to mourn the terrible loss. The remains i satisfied prsaent him with a girl and he to get a chance to escape, but he hurried were taken to Iancaster yesterday, followed one at a time. The person who him back down town. Juat before he got to receive by many sorrowing lelativea and friends lacked for started the silly joke evidently to Djpot otroetbo darted from the sidewalk and after a funeral sermon by Eld. Jesse something to employ a very weak mind. and went at a 2:40 gait up that street, with Walden interred in the cemetery there. s German Baker and caa get I hare a accused of run-nln- g the jailer right after him. "Stop him, up all ktnda of Baking In good atyle, such ai gentleman who was The Tea Cakes, White BreaJ, Nothing settled In regard to tho Ken. somebody; if he don't stop I'll shoot!" But Pouud fakes, around with a pint cup half filled . Orabaia Bread, Commissioner hla nobody stopped him and Mr. Newland did tucky Revenue Agency. Bread. Jelly Cakes, llyo from with water to keep the fUmea Jelly Itolli, Bunns, Rolls, Stanton, while saya we were not shoot for tho simple reason that he had Miller is said to favor Msjar (linger Cakes, ltuska, Pies, house during the fire Sundav, Ginger Snaps. Cakes, Blackburn Is boosting Walter Cinnamon vessel ho nothing to shoot with and the rascal got Senator mistaken in the character of the and trimmed to order. Will Large Cakes laked Booming Sam a necessary away, ne waa not Bob Logan by a good Cloary and Senator Beck sell cheaper than you ran bake them at home. I had. It was rot a cup but will Bread But deal, but if he ever shows up again he will Burdett. As the appointment will bo made will atari my l.oniss Wagon atutxt w.ek andHouse the yellow Oil family utensil of a different sort. (- !-nil t T..ur .' Itoni- - fullr, ., testimony must bo nabbed, for Mr, Newland has him pho- by Commissioner Miller iivtliiu his thcnhewasso,Bcared lttMl J.T.1IAIMI8. would seem to bo the most puieut. tographed on his mind's ey. wance. bo taken with some all" -- J T. HAniiH has a new and he saya a very excellent baker. LAND. STOCK AND CROP " I " if SWCoal Buckets and V&aes at Cot.Ca C 10 I Here 's Your Chance TO at 3 u s s. 8 c Get Something to Eat By resting tho fol.'owlng Hat of goods, kept by 3 .0 "5 a a T. R WALTOJtf, And buying what you ncd ol him, you will be enabled to Tary the monotony 10 liable to characterize your table at thla time of year, and to get good goods at low prlcea: c. a a o -- 3 a J? S s 3 CANNED GOOD3. California Poara snd Apricots, Peeled and Pie Peacbea, Sliced and Orated Pineapple, Toma-toe- a, Corn, string and Lima Bcani, Early June Pea, Blackborrlci, Ojatera, Salmon, Mackeiel. Sardines, Corned Beef, Derlled 11am, dc. VEQETA.BLE8, FRUITS, ETC. Cabbage, Potatoes, Onloni, Cranberries, Oranges, ples. i" 1 3 poll-boo- ks, j"'! Prunes, Green Apples, Dried Peachta and juui, wtijuuh, loosing rigi, Ap- FANCY GBOCEMES. Preietve. Jelly, Apple Butter. Mince Meat, Cod Flab. Mackerel in Buckets, Map's Syrup, rfrout, Picklea, Cneee, Crackers, Tea Cakes. Macaroni, Buckwheat Flour, KIce, Beans, Hominy, 8hredded Oats, dc, dc Oat-me- V WPlow and Wagon Gear on small mrgln."o acre.-Winch- ester -- i 1.-2- d ex-ten- con-yert- ed. llh Wain KV os, Jok F. WlTBSS. Thomas V. Risar. o Main Street, - - - Stanford. W TEItJta on St CAMI 30. 1) A VS. TXl naey9 GROCERS, c.....i We did not know that our friends were 10 Innumerable till we started th Grocery and It gives u. plta.uro to state tbat our trade la dally increaiing. We ... dellrer alt gwds In or within " UnriAnf TrT1fT A ami"T "'. "u,u'u woen in neeu 01 anything In the way of Su- gar, Coffee, Flour, Meal, Bscon, Laid, Butter, Eggt, Canned Goods of erery varlftr. Apple ButUr Jelly, Macketol in Buckets. Cheese. Criekun. llnnin. Prcs ..- - . lasses, Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Dried Peaches and Apples, Prunes, Datei, Jigs, Oranges. Candles . ...w,.wn.., y4uu.w.., jiinps, tntmnoys, coal Oil and almost any thing you can mention, In our line, come to our store and wo will supply you at prices customary aad satisfactory. WATERS & RANEY. Vi e hare of Plain and Fancy vn """ i.. . w-- -.. .. -- ,' ,,.,., Harness, Saddles nnd Bridles, also Plow and Wagou Harness Manufactured and warranted by the reliable firm of W. R. Carson test erery time. Prices always satisfactory. Come to see us. A Son, whose work stands W.1TKB3 A '- the ' IUxtr. BE. G. ' RUPXaXSir, one-hal- MERCHANT TA1I.OB. I hara rccelred and still recelTlng FOR New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, Comprising the best in the market, which will be Qotton Up in Btylo and Moko Socond to Kono in City or Country. 111 n. a. s.TJii.Er- Give 9fe a Trial. - M'ROBERTS. Opera House Block, Drags, Chemicals, & STAGG, 'i 102-t- d Stanford, Ky,v .Unheal Ins(rneiaeul-i- , Wed-nesda- y. court-bous- j: H,.iiintK, Paluls, Oils, DEALEU8 IN Wall Paper, Wines, Hooks, Liquor Cigars, Stationery, Soaps, 100-t- Lamps, Perfumery, Tobuceos, Fire Arms, Pocket Cutlery, Mnchln Stanford dls-oao- Our Jewelry, SHvenrnro and Optical Hoods Department Is lu Charge of Col. Bollards, wlio will Repair Hatches and Clocks promptly and In tho beat stylo. TIios. Needle. Wall Paper, BAKERY. flrat-clai- Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. ilo B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. Stnu-ffiBtekl- i! $nimor Iiuinml A CLERK OF THE WEATHER FOLKS WHO FLOURISIIliD, BUT. MET WITH STRANGE REVERSES AND DISAPPEARED. ICELAND'S HOSPITALITY. A PRIMITIVE MANNER OF GOING TO BED THAT SHOCKS A TRAVELER. A Smoklly ntul Dimly Ugliteil by Seal Oil Carbnnlo Acid 0 ly the Cubic Yard Scarcity of Furniture Mutton and Turnips. Plcrplng-Konm All members of nn Iceland family sleep Lit on9 room, and this, indeed, often serves all purposes save that of kitchen. Very narrow, mid from six to twenty feet long, according to tho size of tho family, with a row of low bunks on cither side, leaving a spaco three or vrirto down tho centro, feet four ono lighted by rooms are those small window at tho cud, ventilated by tho door or tho trap through which they are entered from below and warmed by tho heat of rtio bodies collected in them. Tho steeply pitched roof, constructed of rafters and overlapping boards and covered on tbo outsido willi a thick layer of growing turf, rests on low walls, and makes it impossiblo to stand upright, except under tho ridgo. Tho priests' houses and a fow others havo guest chambers, with sometimes a stove, which is only used on exfraordlnary occasions, owing to tho difficulty of transjwrting fuel from tho seaports. Parties of tourists stop whero thero Li a church and shiver out tho night on tho eight-inc- h wido benches, tho vestment chasta or tho floor, but if there are only ono or two of you aai no guest room or that is already filled, you generally share, for cxperieneo'a sake, in the somowhat promiscuous nightly packing of tho family for experience's siko, mind you, and you alwa3-- got it, as well as tho only good idea of tho home life of tho people. $ A CROWDED SLEEriXO-nOO- Upon this ovening 1 found myself in a room metal- - and dimly lighted by seal oil, burned with a wick of cottongrass In altuup of brass, much liko tho ancient lamps of tbo Greeks, but furnished with an overhanging arm and a swivel and boathook arrangement, which permits of its being rtuck or hung wherever spacious houso In a fasliionablo n the user wishes. Two bunks on ono sido and street, a charming wife, and inturuiting one on the other were literally fulL In ono a daughter, and a son whom ho hoped wonld man and two boys, in another two women bo his successor. His houso was a sort of litand children, and In tho third threo mon, all Froo Press. erary headquarters, and had been for years; rKLfAltUD BY sleeping like sardines in a box, tho head of he gavo pleasant receptions there with "Who Struck Wily Pattenon?" Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., V. B. A. one on tho same pillow as tho feet of his learned, noUbla and accomplished guests, Mine. Jerome Bonaparte, nee Betey Patterand the spaco that was not occupied For sale by all Druggist- and good things to eat. Ho was building a son was tbo daughter of William Patterson, by human beings probably was by beings of Baltimore, who, originally a poor Irish ftno country seat up nt Tarrytown when th After shaking up tha many boxes and bun- boy, accumulated a fortune estimated by blizzard struck struck him. Whitelaw Reid dles under tho rude mattress, and giving an Thomas Jefferson to bo tho second in nlzo in got an unexpected twist on tho stock of Th' extra poke or two to tho feather or down bed tho United Stntes. Mr. Patterson has been Tribune, and Sinclair was compelled to se which is the only form of covering known In lauded as a model of domestic and civic at a disadvantage. Ho lost his position, bJa Iceland, one of tho girls motioned us to tho virtue, but ho was, in point of fact, an old country seat bunted, ho gavo up his cltjv bed whero wo wens to sleep (an Iceland gen- fool apart from tbo ability to convert ono house, and was at last obliged to seek Cot tleman was to sharo my bed), and then, as if dollar into two. Ho was honest withal, und work. WAS CALLED A RAILIIOAD KIXO. obstinacy occurrence to shock tho with tho narrow, it wore an cvery-da- " IS WARRANTED to euro Fever nnd senses of a modest traveler, while wo were which distinguishes men of his tyjw, ho laid Daniel Drew was another oven more Apio, Intermittent or Chill Fever, case. Ho never went to school a still undressing sho, with two others, pro- down a codo of morals and manners which Fever, Dumb Apre, Illlloui Fever, ceeded to disrobe and take posesriou of the ho proposed to fit tho rest of tho world to, day in hlslifo, and liecameono of the most Dengue (or ' Urcnk-lMjn- i. ' lever), I.lver bunk opposite ours, until "tho lost in bed put and found tho first rebel in his own family illiterate, and ignorant, and wealthy of men. Complaint, nud nil diseases arising from out the light." My compau ion somen hat sur- his daughter Botsy. Mr. Pattarbon bocamo a It did not keep him from making money. Jlalwial poisons. prised me by a wanting to socrcte my valua- person of renown in a way he least expected, He mado f 1,000,000 in four years steamboat-Ing- , "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4. and gavo half of it to tho Methodic bles I might have, but as ho was an Ice- and which would mako his venerable pig-ta"For eighteen months suf-crc- d that being tho stylo of hair dressing ho held church, of which ho was an anient member. lander I thought it better follow his advice than to trust to tho proverbial honesty of his to until his death stand on end liko quills Ho never swore, but his hybrid English was with Chills and Fdver, not very much suiwriorto profanity. He countrymen, and I was soon unconscious, upon tho fretful porcupine. having Chills every other day. breathing carbonic acid gas bs" tho cubic It was to him that tho celebrated inquiry alluded to the "Albunny and Squoe-bnrr- y dftcr trying various remedies yard, but iu sweet oblivion until awakened refers: "Who struck Billy Pattcrsonf" Mr. road," to Hbo Wayboh stiffkiU" aud to Patterson Mas n big, pontpoui old gentleman, them air Erie sheers" in his ordinary recommended to euro, used a during the general turn-ou- t next morning. mighty in bis own estimation, and with a and when tho chamber of comNEED OK A UTTE CLEAN AW. bottle of dyer's Hue Cure, and The daylight revealed nothing new, except, regular gunjxnvder temper when bis dignity merce asked him to put up some money to have never since had a chill. ptrhaps, tho many littla articles stuffed mtc was infringed. During a riot which took sustain tho market iu a panic, ho responded EDWLX HARPER." 67erjr nook and crevice. Furniture is scarce place in Baltimore onco tbo old gentleman "Gents, I'd luff to du it, but Pro sporn at and a chest of drawers a luxury in an Ice- sallied forth into tho crowd to try tho effect much money c I kin." He mado $ 18,000,000, rnrrAnnD uv landic habitation, and odds and ends are hung of his Knderous eloqueuco on the assembled that man did, and was called a railroad king. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Masa. Tho old man died some years since, and on nails in tho roof, stuffed into tho cracks or roughs and toughs. Tho first thing ho know Sold by all DrusglsU. in boxes hidden away under tho mattresses la somebody hit him a thumping whuck in tho when Rev. Mr. Clapp, who had married hli "Who struck Billy PattersonP ho daughter because her father was rich, looked tho bunks. Horn spoons, knives and forks, back. bits of cloth, needles, books and fishhooks roared. Nobody was rash enough to answer. around, ho couldn't Und any money, stock, wore tucked promiscuously away, and old "Who struck Billy Pattorsonr thundered tho bonds or possession. He called on Jay clothe and lish hung over linos stretched aggrieved ciMzen, and for the naxt six months Gould and inquired about tho financial reJengtliwiso of tha ridgepole. It was interest- ho charged and cavorted about Baltimore de- mains of tho deceased. "I do not know," he ing to see tho men, after slipping into the few manding that tho man that struck Billy Pat- - remarked "that Mr. Drew had f 1 when he l,o. in wr bctO.Ned died!" CfovuM tuuj uua iiiuuiuu u,jii icaiUi, b.LOiJ kwaoAi ia. utJvi'Vciia alia (.lutuiiuilCtt to conliill hull it pi'llitl the edgo of tho beds chatting and sipping the dign punishment. It got to bo a PHOTOGRAPHER BRADY health, and the truo way to injure health "DR." HEMROLD. was mado tho subject of a comic song, and so U to purify your blood with Ayer's .Sra-parlllcoll to brought by tho women. Twenty-flvyears ago the chief photogSeveral timos I wm roused from my mus- achieved Immortality. Washington Letter. rapher of this city was N. B. Brady, and Mr. Ellaa A. Clougli, 31 Arlinging by thu rustling of tho disarranged covering his initials stood, I think, not for "Nota ton M., Lowell, Mn., writes: " Kvery New Con(fT"men and Their Wives. in bod which I had supposed empty, and winter and spring my family, Incluiling Two things betray tho new member. Ho Bene," but for "Napoleon Bonaparte," ne prtsantly a child would start up had all tho swell custom, and often received myself, ue seenil buttlcof Ayer's it is either prominent by his fussy, fnm the depths and staro in open-yc1500 a day. When tho war broke out he Kxpcrlenco has conxliiced me importance, or equally conspicuous tho stranger, who rstured the gaia rushed to the front to take battle photothat, as powerful Tiitha sense of the ludicrous ridng within for his modesty and good sense, which keep graphs. I met him with his camera on hit him. Prom beds whero I had counted three him right on the line of Icarnine; tho ropes. back at tho llrst battle of Bull Run, whither 'Vho night before four bad already risen, and Thero is around hbn an atmosphere of "you he had accompanied the First Minnesota In ow many more were to follow At tho other don't catch me making a fool of myself," and Sherman's column. Ho took thousands of he does not rush to the front determined to end of the aisle a mattrasa spread upon tho pictures of battle-field- s and sold them to the floor had sorvod for the resting place of throe mako his mark before tho country. Thero Is government for $50,000. Ho lost his Now piHlfler, it Is very much cuperlor to any moro girls, whoso accustomed bunk myself the same differeuco in the families of new York clientele, lost his offlco, lost his money other preparation of AH and companion had probably occupied. By members, though American women adapt and Ids prestige, and now lives in Washingprrions of Kcrofulous or vuiiMiuiptlve tenthis timo I had begun to fool tho need of a themselves more readily and easily to changes ton, inacccsslblo to everybody who ever know dencies, nnd especially tlellcate children, little cloan air. and, getting into my clothes, in tho social scale than their husbands. him in better days. For instance, a woman comes from an are sure to bo greatly beiieillcd by lt I desoended to tho guost-roon- i, whero I breakThen there was Helmbold. The progenitor vlllogo and suddenly finds herself fasted on mutton and turnips, but ue." J. W. Starr, Laconl.i, Iowa, write: of Bucbu did not loso his money, I Iwlicve, he lightened this timo with a cup of chocolate in this new life, with new duties wholly dif- only lost his wits, and evon that only fitfully. " For years I wus troubled with MTofu-luu- s and some English crackers. Iceland Cor. ferent from anything sho has known nt home, What a dash ho cut here once I Ho drove complulnt. I trlcil st' rnil diflVrriit whero her timo is given to doumdlo duties Philadelphia Press. preparation, which did me little. If my, and a small circlo of friends. But her nat- four horses tandem to an elegant wagon, and good. Two bottles of Aycr's 5nrapn-rlll- a ural tact and adaptability como to tho fore, nbout ono day in a week ho used to lend it Practice of bating Slnto Pencils. to nowspaper men aud artista, and let them effected a complete mr. It l my Tho result of an investigation was tlie and sho get Into tho now ways with very litdrivo w hero thoy would with it. The drive opinion Uir this mrdlcluo U th- - be.'t estfcIUhmont of the fact that tho practico b tle friction and very fow mistakes. Now and was usually to Long Branch nnd liack. very common in the schools throughout the then a woman makes a big blunder. But it blood U not the woman of few opxrtunities, but "Vorovos dot barty nowl" W. A. Croffut city. the ono ho has seen enough of the world to In Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. A leading physician, to whom tho reporter know Iwttcr. Sho overreaches herself by for information, with striving for tho unattainable in trying to be "Tho cuitom is not now, though It lias Bucklvn'a Arnica Salve. to a very unfortunate extent of late what sho is not. Th" woman who holds on to of the day." C. U. Upton, Xadiuj, N, II., T'pw Iwit.-In ihr irl.l ' tor "uu Brulice year So far as tho effect of slate pencils and her conunon wriM) will always hold hir own 6 Mr, nit Itbcuut, i'ovor Sur4, frtler, Ctiapped writes: "For a uumber of jean I in Washington. Washington Cor. Boaton tlni'i. OilbJaiu Oirunnui aUaklo firuptlom, chalk is concerned, there is no immediate was troubkd with a humor lu my Transcript. dangor to tho consumer, though it is a pracl'.1 iurj (lti, '.r u ur t ulre.l I. und uuublo to ohtnlu relief until I comtice to 1)0 thoroughly discouraged! It is, of tmursDteet to Hire perfect MiUctla,or niouej menced tiding A or' Snriipnrill(i. I lint e Wugncr'a VUU to Alexumlro Duma. foolLh, school-gir- l course, merely a vagary, refurjibil Pncf t twul wr in For uln by tnken evenil bottlo, nm (jrtittly bene-fltelUchard WVguer generally received his founded on a misconception of facts. Slate lebU .1 MuAlUwr mid believe it to be tho brt of blood pciuib and chalk will no mora affect tha visitors in medlornl costumes, such as he wore when composing. puriilers." It. Harris Clvel City. Kniney Alexandre tooth or the coinploxion than wood or paper. Daughter. Wives and Mothers They aro substances wholly foreign to tho Dumas, calling on him ono day, was highly Co., Dakotu, wrlic! "I have hern im ujranw' ir March l HoiMUibalr.all lystem, and aro, of eoursa, thrown off in tho amused at tho masquerade "You tro all Iiitemc sufferer, w itli V kpepola, for the a Femjl H.i)edr, t iurn Kuiale Uli natural way. Of course, if consumed to dressed up to play Gassl"-,- " said Dumas, with pat three yenrs. Six mouth ago 1 bognu d laugh, which rather hurt im(, inch trouble, led iu. tuition aud great exeaii, they woul 1 upsot tha stomach. his rrlaD to uso Tho habit li a most pcrntelouj one, and every tho feelings of tho author of "Tunnhauser,1 Ulceration, Falling aud bliplaome t or twarlng effort should bo mado by teachers and parents who nevertheless returned M. Dumas' visit dowu IhIIIoj, I regularities Hirrenoru, ChiOKeol ; when next he was at rorU. to break it up." Llfe.Lfuctiorrljue.i, ujtMta imnj "How do you account, doctor, for the fact After some constderablo delay M. Dumas from tbealpiro, llle rimdtv!i, dlont ag, fpl-utlwt tho girls addicted to this habit really appeared at last, drtosed magnificently in a Nerruui Debility, H'MltDMi, (ikvsilng-gow- n with a largo flower luittern, a Palpitation of tlie Hrt Ac. 1'or i.ile b Drug- have ico toith and complexions''' "Merely a coincidence If you wero to hcmlot with flying plumw, a life bolt round glite. Price ft tnd 41 $0pvr lx il. Sod to Dr. It has enccted nn cntlro cure, mid I nm his waist and enormous riding boota. "Par- J 0. M&rchltl, U(Ic, N. Y , tot pamphlet, free. examine each individual ono you would cernow its well as ever." tainly find many exceptions to a rule that don me," said ho tnajestirally, "for appearing For tale hv rYon y A Me.lsur. Drujlita I can do nothing you establish from a limited examination. In my working costume. Sold by nil Druggists. Tho girls whom you have seen undoubtedly without being drcswd in this manner. Half of Excitement in 'exat tako excellent care of their teeth in the my ideas live in this helmet and tho other half Price $1 ; Six bottles, $5. cm ed tii ibe rklul Ureit fxiltenicnl bat usual ways, and they are naturally healthy aro lodged in my 1kkU, which aro indisponsa-bl- o Prepared by Dr..I.C. Ayer .t Co., Lowell, to mo when I write my love scenes. For- ty of Parlt.Textt by tie reuiarkfttil.' recorerr of and tho fortunate pouesiors of a clear comMast., U. S. A. tielplkta b could not Mr. J H Corlvy, "I1" " plexion. Of course, they ascribe it, in their eign Letter. iliru lu lid,or ratie bit besdj effrjbody ttld he ignorance, to this habit, but that's all nonA Curious Example of Magnetism. wat dying of Co tumpllou. a trial Mile ol Dr. sense." Boston Post. At Lo. Angelas, Cal-- , tho otlwr day, pens Kios' Ni-- Dltcorery wai ut htm, t ludlng re botlU a'd a box of Ur were' so, Apr ocWy BjagnetUed taat one of llil, he tMgbt ltr The Great Hood in India. ! The gmi tfoods.tnladia, of which we have .hem, on bafiag taken from tho box, would KlntfaSeirLlfePliU.aeu by t e time ne baa I tb Olt Attract and sustain from throo to five other taken two boxet of PIU' t"l ve haI with to toll three t mall tract or good Hinjlng hearty so' muolf, are really bioaJngs ia the day cotery he waiwvll nd bid galnrd in llttb thir Fork Land, onu containing Arrea, one 0 as what is feared b teat country i not pons. There had been a wind-stora flood, but-- protracted dcoujjbt. Treare previous. A local paper accounts for the ty .fix pouuut. 1 riil iniiift oi ion urcai uiicot A crtn and tbe third X40 Acre, the latter wllb ouufortuble Improresirnu, all rlcb land McAllttei't, and lo mniraU tracta. Alao A HO throo teiM$r. iMtfewn. Ud4' o goods in phenomenon la the assertion thai t& earth ttJ for CoaiutntAfon fti-- at P6ny Atre of No. 1 Knott Land on Mayn't Otp.tjear Htanford. " ' ' All India. Some are'eatued by rata water aleae, hns rvUBii UiKmlfliii tliAiIitttln KlnVrn anil i TH4YEU, of Bouibon, of tblt land hai bfon lately turf eyM and any one finds fault with the omission of government THE REV. OP.O II. othnrq by art abnormal rU la the Gauge , wlthlng tq purchase owe oirllrct Will tell low fbrcuah can tee p'at by railing on rue. and lfe owint to the melting of the Himalayan office is not recording tho fact and giving it led , ayt: 'Aith or on any reasonable time, toaUILOH'3 CO.VHUMPIi'N COKE. Kor wlo with lntorent at S per cent; snows , and still others aro caused by cycloBoa to the public Chicago Herald. i. A. X. JFEX.A KM. in tho boy of; Bengal, acting oUw.bortoi at M. U fiourue'i. Stanford, Kt Don't be afraid, of1 wrt hoys and girls; they certain tidal rivers and creates. Grata grew--. P, H, 1 hare a nuiubtr of ABE YOU MADE mlterable Uy ludigratl n often grow-uto bo tho very best men and Ing tatlm from neither of these. Chicago oC Appellw, Xl.ow women. Wildnoa is not ricJousuuss. Her- CncstlpatlrjB, WtlneM. l la Journal. Kor Jie. Fino fBltortliorn 13ullt, SsiiiT b'lohVllir bert Spencer. (YtarllnRtand wranlloct) that I will tell low and ule at M. Ii Koiime'a Tho tramp who works has no profowIosAl ahyofra? fin ffNiislet, (cl nnea (tlntd to ttk pnos I'aTcago Ledger. WtlY '.VIM. VOL' couth" when 8hlloh's Cure .illl OHM CATaEBH BEEDY-a.ollla aujxrlor animal: or I will Dqkebf loul,B. xcin?'i t'lalrjtlew, SCc and ft, rare for Cturrb, Dl htn.rla anJ H st r llei Price 10;, m 'liite lll i th f"r rt hog, A'" oi rsi.Vil. Helena, M. T,, taxes Chineso laudrics 8000 a yaw. Think Tlint Klcctrlclty Is llcsnonslhlo tot and lllltzarila. the lining, Ilrcnk-Up- s Ono Michigan gcntloman, Dr. Higbio, of Burton, has discovered that lecrJdty is responsible for tho weather. This subtlo and potent agent act from one planet upon another througho i all spaco, each communicating in a few seconds tho surplus energy it evolves to somo or all the others. At 80, 170, 00 and 350 degrees of tho orbit of each planet thero is an extraordinary perturbation. Tho magnetic point are at 170 and 330 and tho storms arising from these points are wanner in winter and simmer from the olectric points. "They aooamnt for the in tho midst of thaws, rains and break-up- s a sevoro winter." when the position of a planet to the sun is such as to receive in adelectricity dition to its own that of tho sun also, it passes it around and across to overy member of the solar group, developing fogs, clouds, heat, cyclones and earthquakes in proportion to their number, lire and velocity. Knowing tho exact "storm points of Vulcan, Mercury and Venus tho oppcaranco and energy of stonns can bo toM at a glance. Their electricity is buried into apace, strikes the planet, amta with lightning speed through its entire structure and envelope of atmosphere, resulting in a rising temperature, clouds, rain, snow; and In summer, terriflo displays of thunder and lightning, tremblings and quaklngs of tho earth, tidal waves and earth waves. Jupiter, who was tho causo of tho heavy rains last October in this part of tho country will in May and Juno next "rldo tho bear-eu- s alongsido of Uranus." "Earth, Vulcan, Mercury and Venus will tail up in the lino of battlo and tbo mighty cele&tial batteries will give us hot shot and iholl until out of range. And onr grand old earth being tho nearest will fairly dance in her orbit and creak In all her timbers. Her volcanoes will ppout mud, fire and lava, and continents bo shaken as if tho fabled day of wrath hod come. Tho earth will be shaken by tho thundering tread of awful storms, rains, cyclones, etc. Malignant diseases will prevail, many sudden deaths of old people and of persons with heart disease will occur, Thero trill Ik many very hot days, suffocating atmosphere, gorgeous and ghastly sun spot, Wo shall haro many havy storms thto winter more than usual much snow in Maine, Canada, Michigan, Wisconsin, Min nesota, Dakota and that latitude." Detroit Your Hair should bo your crowning glory. Ayor's Hair Vigor will restore tho vitality nud color of youth to hair that has becomo thin nud faded; and, whero tho glands nro not decayed or absorbed, will causo a new growth on bald heads. JUTBl'TT tll5 youthful color nud vigor XIXaX jL of tho hair bo preserved to old nco? Rend the following, from Mrs. G. Norton, Somcrvlllc, Mass. ; havo used MOTHER'S FRIEND! No More FOR COUCH8 tnu ORo.jT US Pato of tho Founder of a Noted Agricultural Nnwupaper Another Cam of tho Santo Sort Ono Who Wa Called a Terror jlnllrond King; Other Caaea. No More Pain! It truly n triumph of lo kill, slid uo wore Incttlmablo benefit wat erer boitowcd on the mothers of tbo world. Tblt ltiTtlu.iUo prcpa. g How many men tlioro aro who havo won a fortuno or famo, or both, in Now York, and then met with reverses and disappeared as totally as if thoy had norer beenl Ono such was D. D. T. Moore, founder, proprietor ami editor of Moore's Rural New Yorker. Ho started his paper in Rochester, mado It a great success accumulated a fortune, got to bo mayor, and In an oril hour mored his lper to Now York, no had offices In tha old Nassau Hall building, opposite tho and bought a costly residence on Fifth avenue, opposite tho Windsor hotel. Ho had an interesting family of sons, an accomplished daughter, an agroeablo wife, a delightful home. Everybody liked Moore, He was hospltablo and fond of entertaining friends. For somo reason or other tho paper did not flourish in tho municipal trans plantation killed it, Mooro went rapidly down hill, and li a fow years he lost his paper, his wife, his fortune, his houso. jouhnalism's urs axd downs. When Tho Rural Now Yorker como to Now York, Tho Agriculturalist (a great rival pa per) was published almost opposite on the otlicrsidoof Broadway, by Oranga Judd, His namo was familiar to tho public; opposition stimulated him; ho pushed hli paiwr by unlimited advertising; ho made heaps of monoy. Ho was so rich that ho presented n $100,000 museum to tho Wosloyan collego nt MIddletowu, and shortly afterwards his only son fell and was killed in tho collego gymnasium. Shortly bis property began to go; he lest his paper and his position, and tho great journal which once know him and him only, knows him no more. Nowspaper llfo is notoriously capricious. Thero was, indeed thero Li, Samuel Sinclair, fonnerly publisher of Tho Tribune under Horace Grocloy. Ho Ict bis grip, too. When Greeley died Sinclair had a hamWno and post-offic- e, hot-hou- NoMoroDanflBrteMSffiSiibM -- IO- arlt not oulr abort. cnt the time of labor and leaaons tbe Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho past 80 years; nnd, nlthough I nm upwards of CO, my y balr Is ai abundant and glossy ns when I was 23." assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hair DJu Vigor will convlnco you of Mrs. M. E. Goff, Lcadvlllo, Col., writes: "Two years ngo, my hair having almost entirety fallen out, 1 commcuccd y tho uso of Aycr's Hair Vigor. my hair Is 29 inches long, fine, strong, nnd healthy." "I MothorOhild. The DreaJ. of nri Motherhood Trantfotmcd to danger to life of boik motb er aud child, and Irarri Iho lumbar In a condition highly farora-bi- o to i pood rrcorery, nd far teat liable to iiocKiina, conruliloniand iplbtralaruilnRiymptoiui .sasrWWui wonunnul iy To-da- HOPE! AND RENEWED Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho hnlr regains iti youthful color nnd vltnlliy. Rev. II. r. Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C, writes: "I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor for the last ten years. It Is an excellent preservative." the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. A. Dadniau, Waterloo, Mo., Imd his hair restored to lU original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, nud very gray. Ho writes: "Only four bottles of tho Vigor were required to reMoro my hair to Its youthful color nnd quantity." TTQTrtff Aycr's Hair Vigor euros dls-01X117 cases of tho scalp. F. H. Foster, Princeton, Intl., writes: "I had been troubled for years with n dNeaso of the scalp; my head was covered with dandruff, nnd the hair dry and harsh. Aycr's Hair Vigor gave mo Immediate relief, ctranrd tho scalp, nnd rendered the hair soft nnd pliable." If tT$r JOY! SAFETY winrrsjifci enilllet tbe MOTIIKH'S FRIRNDtol rantiid nsone ol tbe life saTlng appllancfj gTen to tbe world br Hindi.. coTcrlc ol tuudem tci en re. From the nature oltbe efficacy lo 'isRferBr Orv Ch'C. iV 'MZTJ IIZ-- . rB EI Ut 3XT-1 tu, .. ttrttrnS T a -- " WFbt ..i th. atmall ntii.LMei (itni ! . i . ! i a . i m TO .concerning thlaltKUKDY rate.lt will ot courao be undcrtloo.1 that we can not rulilllh CrlArmtn i . - . EASEd,'.,,hc.ruy070ZJ':fi. ,Vet we hare liundrrdt or turn iraiimonlalt on Die, and no molhrr wbo rr1alplt tail "tMvlai Tl r.lM nm(.nlaroip nralatta. aaS tilsto-l'I lh .trt wkntwaMafl wU Ut atiJIac taatl. ra i .1 th. . i i mii milMii ftiolef lMlfl.l4i. nr fl.inQirM umtAf tt Oatii. Crti 1 ' k aal m lihr. ) It. rrlL a.t ...t. i.i.'i numfU.a l WALTER A. TAYLOR. Atlanta. Oa iwurat tat ttMtmt ta iht L Al .siA P3 a IfM f aat..ra lott 8tat in et iaa kiir vrrft1ie , it Suffering A prominent 0"m"lergln ui.m... .,. ..i.,; ibi ctlUnn "tirt.m Uoth'for tale by Dr. M. U - UK M!(lilH III OKLKHrKKT COtllUl. W TMialai. rtltaUU 110UUNK, Htanford, be without It In Iher time of trouble. BY OPERA HOUSE. Hetuooable ratet U obitetrlcal bracllre (forty four yean) 1 have ner- er known It to fall to produce a tiro and nulck dellTtry. II. J. HOLMiy. M I).. Atlanta, (ia. 8 tnd lorTrtatlM on "Health aud llapplcraa of WomiD, mailed urt. UaiDriKLD IttufLAToa Co .Atlanta. Os. Kor tale by DH. M. U KOUllNi:, dlanford, Ky. pbytlcliu lately remailrd to tbe HTAMFOUI), KY. (bat Ull were adiuKMlble to mjae pub. Ic the letter we recelrp, tbo Mother'! Ptlcud would outttlt any thloK on the markrt. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor I moitraincttly cntrrat errry female oictinR tobeconflntd to um Motlift't Kilvnd. Collided Blteof Stage,'30x&0. Eight rotnnletr tett of Been, ery. Heating capacity, including gallery, 60 j. with thttentrctty I will add that during a long to (noil altmrtlont. A Grand Combination THE INTERIOR And tbe Courier-fJoiirn- JOURNAL al JPranli Allison, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, taultTllle Weekly Ayer's Hair Vigor, One year for only 85 two ptiwrt for more than tbe price of one. little s, bull-beade- d Ague Cure lte-niltt- AYER'S By paying utfl you will receive far one year your home paper with the l, the reprreenutlre newiaper of the eVjutb, democratic and for a tariff for rerenue only, and tbe beat, KY. STANFORD, brlgbtott and ableat family weekly In tbe United OdVrt hit tr?lc to the people of 8 anford and Htatea. Tbo wbo desire to tiainlne a tataplt copy of the Cburltr-Journcan do ao at tblt oOce. Tlelnlty. Lanf expcrleiceiind rurtful ailrntlon (uarantentatlilictlon. HullJInj tuaterlal o' detcrlptlon furolthe.1 at low rates. Courier-Journaal er-e- ry SS-t- r . A Dyspepsia & Asthma Can He Curve!. tn prrTa'.ent at ry Theie la perhipt no d I Indlgrtllon, and one, lno. that up to tbe tl prraflit time bat baffled the tkl'l of the went of the chronic pbytlclaiK. bate their origin In DyiMtxIa. The it nip. tera are lotiof apetlte, Intt or (Irah, a feeling ol lullnets or weight In the etouiicb. tccajdoeal nau- rea or TOiultlug, atldltr, nttulenc, dull pain In (he be d. with a ttnaallonof brntlPMa or glddl-net- t, rral-ueTwo-thlrtile-tai- ta tC! tcuitviut HiwAtari Cmuio . kt "!,- - Through Coaohos and Pullman Slooping Cars. From Co il I LouiHVlllo d I n, Irrrg'ili'lty r'rllH"i tallow aklo, derangement of kidney t, and not unfrrqurntly of "" heart. If you aietulltrlng wltb any of tbeto lyiuptowi of Ihiwelt, lowtidrtts, tlteplrtt. DR. HOLT'S Chicago, Cincinnati to CIiIchro, Iiiiliitu.ijxtlli tn Cliltuo THROUGH TIME TABLE VlaIoultTl- Dyspeptic EHixir lvix.ii crjui: Yor. For tale by Dr. M. I.. Bourne, ttanfjrd, Ky.7J.(a Arr. 1j fay L,t. I)ulitlle... " t Cbleago !...., S20pni nso ip u in 3 I 'Mo I t 11 J u iiu Win p 30 Via Cluclnnitl- - THE BEST MYERS HOTEL I Lte. Qnclnnatl " Indlanapolll..... Arr. Chicago......... ... ... . . I I I 7 14 Stfabll M pw -- pin I I Unu pm 44 a m Ially He fl'ally eaceplriunday. np a tt.i rvtr tureyonr ticket rcadt tla the K0JM vr'rj- by-wor-d, AJ4. AU UliV, qutct. o E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr Thia Old and Woll amp half-nake- d - Known Hotol Still Maintains itn In tbeNorthwtti. TlckeUrla the Monon IIjuU on tale at all principal ticket oOcee. For relet, main and lull In (L. N. A. A C. K'y) at It It tbe tbe belt and mutt direct Hue to Cnlca go and polnta d won-dVr- over-nervo- High Roputation, formation, addrrat Wit. S. 1IALDWIN, O 1 A., Chicago. A. J. O'ltKlLLY, G. d. A., lAjuliTllIe. It Blood Proprietor It Determined that It Shnll be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Gaeils. CBESIPEUEJID OHIO BY. KcHttickj'rt ICuutc Kiwi Washington, Fhiladolphla and Noht York. Tbe only line ruuutug Beetcaer will be e.iareyed to aod from tar ti fre of caargt, Special aronnin4itloaa to ContaorcialTraielrn. The liar n III tlnayt tapcllid wltb tne ekelrett hraaJeor I.laeort and Clean. For Hard Times. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ANO PDLLHA.V XKIT -- SLKEPIXd AUD 'BOM CAILS A SOLID THAIN Louisville, Oincinnati & Lexington, Ky., to Washington Oiiy, Connecting In tbe aauie deyol with The Direct Iloutelo Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina Totim. Kortlckett and further Insinuation, apply to yourneareat tlckatofflce or addrrat V. w. Mon-mDlr. Freight and i'attengor Agent, Islington Ky. C. W. HMITI1, II. W. VVhLr.U, Gen'l Maoar, Urn'l I'aa'i Aft Ulcbmond. Virginia aied Purifier DEMOREST,S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY Fast Trains for Now York. -- ie, d, MAGAZINEs With Twelve Cut Paper Pailtrnt of )our own election and of any tlie. e, Both Publications, One Year, $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), good-nature- vrulfiie'x-sipriug-In- al tllt'ias, Sarsaparilla ATER'S flEMOREST'S T u TrlEBES CTONTAININQ Slorlet, and other Lilaran w ettrtctlont, oomblning oemt Arliitlo, SclentiAo an Louisville & Nashvillo R. R, -- TlIK L.&N. OKKAT- Of all tho Magazines. Heutthold matltrt THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUK Illuitrutfil trllh Original Strrl Xngrav inn; I'hotogmriive, Oil It I'ltturrt nuil flue Woodcut. Miiktiia tha ilodtl Witgnttne America, pr-Ench tn FOB SAME ij - contains a COtTTON OltDEIt entitling the holder to tbo ot ANV PATTKIIW l)lustnitI In that number. and In ANV SIZE. UKMUItraT'a .MONTH I.V ISjUltlJ' cntltlfij tlie World's Jlodnl lliicaxloo. Tho latvret In torzn. tno i.arost in circulation, una till) l)f!Mt Dollar Fnmlly MnRTilno iwued. 1AM wiU bctboTwutitr.atH.vinl Jimr of ita jiubllcationi uunununuy imnrovoii una do cxiaiirirci itisto place efl It ia tho front rank of Kurally llcnK nnd eoual to nnr mnimxlno. It 78 paire laivo narf o, BVxllH inrhM, contalna leitantly nrlntcil tuiU fully Illustrate lul Uahcd by W. Jctinlnipi Ucmorest, New York--, Mnirnilno of SOUTH & WEST -- WITH Pullman Palace Sleepers. to NiinhTlHe, Mcuipkls1 AtlHUlH, AfonlKoiuory. 10 Lenlavlllo 1 a AND BY 6PCCIAL I e AOHEEMCNT COMBINED WITH THE aU illblle hu1 l,iUle Keck, Xowr OrleHBM. Interior Jtornal at $3,50 Per Year, Only one change to potnti In mlf lliSrW.?fUS "crtic TJie Ulll-U- 4 Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANT3 Beakistf hornet on tbe Una of ac-'twc- Te -r NAM! T". e.Hf. i. tor I.-- ... flteuil 'Ckih..t U. r . vb ;i,uinlo. BUtiixil tt t , h.M,1ulu(laia, lit?!). i A1- i'" Hrail ttjjTMJtl ul, wi nwr ii, aMf t'nnil - tpeclal ratea. tblt road will rewire . ,,- kioruml I'll) - 1 rii ' lUniliv.I'd. 'CI !il. miiiit)r. At', or write firSea Agenti of thl' Company for ratea, route. O. H. ATMOHK. O. P. AT. a., Lmumviiid, Ky