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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886030201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi 0 VOL. XIV. na! Itttefiirt STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 2, ht 1886. mmi J. '! ?J?? NO. 103. MwaiHnMnMMBMMMHaMnnitfmMBnMafl OARRARD COUNTY DEPAR1MENT. C15D1DATES. The World's Peaturot. Under Sentence of Death. Two parties were employed to frescoe W. F. Gordon, sentenced to death durLancaster, ing the war, tells in the Southern Jlivouac the wall of a magnificent dihedral, both The Owsley rifle have at received E. D. KENNEDY for March of his aemittloni aa the hour of stood on a rude scaffolding constructed for tbelr guns, Frttluv VHhltnhctl Tiicailrttfa-eim- l knapsacks, Ac, together with Is a Candidate- for Aiiessor, eubjsct to tb action ol -- AT execution approached) tho purpose: some eighty feet from the twenty uniforms and a more pleaded lot of the Democratic putr. 15 XI31l ANNUM, CASH. But I was sentenced to death, that I ful floor. boys were never seen. ly comprehended when they marched me, One of them was so Intent upon his work Wanted-10,000tz. old gold, silver GEORGE S. CAKPEATER understood U we credit that 11.50 will bo hand cuffed, between two guards with arms that he became wholly absorbed and in and mutilated and demanded. coins, old watch c se',pooi Is a Candidate, for Coanty Clerk, autject to tb ac at 'charge" and biyoneta fixed, back to the admiration stood off from tbo picture, and ell kinds of old Jewelry. J. C, Thomp- tlon of tbe Democracy. prteon; and instoad of my former 12x12 gazing at it with delight. Forgetting where son, Jeweler, P. WALTON. W. Lancaster, Ky. It. cell, birred and bolted me in an under- he was be moved backward slowly, survey M. JOHNSON The supper glveu bv tbe Cnristian laground, dark, dank dungeon, three feet br ing critically the work of his pencil until dies at the hall lait Friday evening ?' pspWalo for Aajoewr of Lincoln county, aub netted The Newspaper the Medium. Ject to tbe action ol tbe Democracy. ten, with a tub occupying three feet of that he n eared (tie end of the plank upon which about $30, which arrount will be sent to A Mr. Wannamaker, of Wannamaker eparie space, significantly suggestive that I ho stood. Rev. If, L. Simons, who is doing evangel!-tica- l WIJLLIH O. BARNETT At this critical moment hi companion Brown, of Philadelphia, In gbring hli views was to stay right there until the day and work in Ohio. Jaaejandldale-iorthofflce of Jatler turned suddenly, and almost frzrn with to Ihe Lonlsvllle Commercial about advertis- hour. Mr. W. O. Sweeney and wife and Mies county, aubject to primary election of of Lincoln tbe Demoing, said, Thcseiilenca was fully realized during terror beheld his imminent peril; another Lizzie Sweeney are vleiling relatives in cratic party. we hate been the eunltst days and no darker nlghtn of the Instant and tbe enthusiast would have been Louisville. twenty-fir- e years "In the Dr. Thomas Hood has return precipitated upon the pavement beneatl ; ed from Indianapolis where be to busine, we hare tried about every kind weeka that followed. W. T. SAUNDERS attended a Daylightl Good God, maol you do not if hespoketo bim it was certain death if college of dentistry. Mies Ray Fox, of lea Candidate lor Jailer, aubject to of advertising of aovthloK like a legitimate tbe action ol tbo Democracy. character that haa been offered. 8ome years appreciate what a ray of glad, bright sun- he held bis peace death waa equally sure. J vUlaU 1 T J JIjU "a'-- l baton, Ooio, is vUlting Mrs. J. Joseph. Suddenly he recalled his presence of Col. Sim Walton is in Covington. vrs have spent over a qiarter of a million light Is until shut in from all that makes T. M. PENNINGTON mind and seizing hia brush, lie flung it of dollar in advertlslni, and jou can readl day beautiful. The Democratic County Committee Is a Candidate for.'County Clerk ol Lincoln, very Oh, yet; I comprahended slightly, that against the picture with untlghtly blotches met Saturday evening and nominated W. E, ,UD Ifaee that we hare iclren the aubject to tbe action of tho Democracy. much practical trial, and have studied it mine was no trilling sentence, as I crouch of paint. The painter flew forward and Walker for County Judge, Tom Wherritt tknrtlrllv ut a science. In all these ed in that felt darkness, waiting till .dilated turned upon hi friend with fierce impreca for County Clerk, W. B Mason for Circuit B. PAXTON ycirs we hare watched the return careful pupil enabled me to see Imperfectly what UoDjbut startled at bis ghastly face, ho clerk, J. H. Brown for County Attorney and listened to the recital of danger, looked A. O. Burneide for Coroner. The nomina- iVnffS?"1?!10'.0""17 A"rnr, aubject to tho lr from every standpoint w hare taken, waa the dampneoa that I touched. w uvtur vuo ur" Saturday in March suddenly over tbe dread space below, and tions for Sheriff, Jailer and now prepared to give, our unqualiand am Finally, however I was permitted to Assessor will be fied opinion that moro and bet'er returna send out and buy a lamp, and to keep it with tear of gratitude bleated tie hand decided by a primary election March 6 JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD areglrento ua through the oewspapera lighted, The wall bad been repeatedly that saved him. The Bucket Pump & Water The farmers are of the opinion and for erer tried, and as white, shed but the humid filth oozing absorbed in looking they ought to know So we sometime get Attorney Jc,Vll?fl actionOoonty Democracy. ol Lincoln, than ell the othr mm that the wheat crop subject to the Purifier of the hare tald, w hare given them all a through Ihe bricks bad pushed it off in upon the picture ol thii world, and in con- in this county ia already considerably damIi an Improvement on any Tamp or Elevator yet thorough enow." dtscoloied flake. The floor was atone; a templating them step backwards; uncon- aged. They say that during the first severe JUDGE T. W. VARNON Invented. The eupa descending lull of air and ascending full of water, circulates tbs air irom bot"Many merchant who baye been In olid or cemented mass that at once nega- scious of our peril; when the Almighty cold spall we experienced this winter the Is a Candidate for tom to tep of cittern or well, removing wiggles, to tboofficeofCoun-twill aay: 'Oj, we tived any Morganlc idea of "digging out." blast the beautiful images, and we spring snow wa blown number of a Jndge, subject to the action of the Democracy. water duri ana renaenng ine water pure, reraor off the fields in a great idii rump baa are o well known; It Is no u to advertise.1 Away up yonder, ten or twelve feet away, forward to lament their destruction -I- nto many instance and that this resulted in an improved chain; no llnka to get twitted: each wletaVe, There waathearcheJ brick catling, whose aweaty tbo outstretched arms of Mercy, and are cup la soldered prrmaaently, and inatead olallnk. JAMES W. AI.COBN There never waa a irrratcr tbe wheat being killed in such places. The a flat piece ot galranlred Iron la teed. Do not in probably no house In the Tailed Biatr purobai e a pump until you ree this. surface told It too waa under sod. Slimy saved. failure of the wheat crop in the county this, Is a Cadldats lor Circuit Judge in the this very reipecuuuy, ruujeci to the action of the Democracy. better known than ours, but we would a snails and "thousand drew their clamA Good Fhiday Year. The year of ear aiTBDi coniinnea naru iimea asd we W. H. HIGGIN8. poll-deso)u think of cancelling our insurance my way acroa the moist wall and flor; 1880 came in on Friday and will end on trust all will yet come around right. advertising oontracu " R. thi WARREN ai our vermin found and fed upon ibe noxious Friday. There will be 63 Friday Card of Thanks. Is a CandlflaU for Va4iTAKJ evtrytiay In the fer. ex dirt damp; the disputed rule that crept In year; January and 0:tober como in on Fri to the offlce of Com To the dear people of Stanford who hare' lapnwteJth' Attorney of tbe Stb Judicial Dla ceplBunday. Tnere is always anme trade at the grated door darted back to find a day, and April and December end on Fri trlct, subject to tb action of tb rjeinocracy. 3IT. VERNON, KY. doing ereo In the dullest emon, more yioldlng aubitnnce for their burrow- day; fire Frldsy In January, April, July, been so kind, affectionate ani good to my n ThU old and Motel la allll atrlre to divert the (haling or transient ing leelb. October an'd December; five Saturday in sweet, loving wife in her great sufferings O. H. WADDtE fine reputation. Charges reasonable. trade to our plate Agalr, when bueine's and October; five Sundays and e miction, would that I had word to But the dampness and the darkness and May, June, July '8 poclal attention to the traveling 'P .l. Commonwealth' Attorney of public. la ordinarily dull people who see our the dirt were but grains of dust compared in January, May, August and October; five express my heartfelt thanks for their gener "VJectto theactloVSf JU. P. NEW COHIl, l'ro'r, v .Mwa.ipiiwjjmiJ. newspaper are more apt to to the unutterable loneliness that grew up-o- a Monday in March, May, August and Nov- osity to hor a well aa mmlf; but I feel too In the Mt. Vernon, Ky. that tbey bare MiTSTeyf the ra be iu rbat wjnilcbre. Not a fcuman ember; five Tuesday In March, June, Aug- - broken hearted now to say more than that S. TAN WINKXE moTelTme to read and tera are fewer soul not even a brute, except the scamper net and November; Qvo Wednesday in I shall alwaae remember them in my IS CaadldaU far (Tlrrntt .TnJ ojk. rvi. r then." ing rata to break tbe heavy slillntsi ol March, June, September and December; prayers aa God' people and kbpe to be re- trlct, aubject to the Primary election it., Between the 20fh and the latt ol tbla month, I tithe party to U held iff tkar U nn thtnir r wou d otter aa a tint murky tomb! Out yonder, somewhere, five Thursday in April, July, September membered by them a an everlasting friend, Saturday in MaYcb, will open a hantlaome Hoe of lilies' and- - mines' cambrle and linen undorwer, tbe very beat qualmaxim to advertisers, it la tblr: 'The truth I knew was a grim wa try, for I heard tbe and December; In leap years, Jancary anil who is too sad to eay good-bye- . ity, d. root Irom New Yrrk. Please do not forget that t will alto open a handaom llns of Millinery James B. Leaveix. pays.' Wo tllck to it In our edmtlseaienta measured tread of the relief aa tfaey loft July commence on the same day of the W. L. DAWSON April lat. In tbe next lasuo I shall slate when my room will be. u well aa in our store. If the garment la him on his lonely post. Bat I never saw week; in other years, the commencement of Stanford, Feb. 2G, 1880. la a candidate TorlMtr "of Lincoln County, MILS KATE IMltOKKAJt. t part cotton the label on II eaya o." July is one day in the week before January to the action of ia Democratic party. or heard him. At tbe PoaUOmc. W hat Barnum Says. Twice a day, grimly silent, came the commencement; the day of the week that to That, Amounted Aa everybody fa interested in circus mat. SAM. M. OWENS cook' detail with any barrack soup or cof- any month commence wilt be the 20th ter we give the following from old man Is a candidate for Jalfer of JJnoola county, tub-- J He bearded the train at little Western fee. But he was also. muts, under strict orders Barnum in regard to hia show the coming ect to tbe action of tbe Democratic party. town and entering the smoker tat down In BHFBKSRMTIXG not to spak or signal to tbe prisoner, as She Win. Remain Sisole. Thi is season We have now eighty car of our own, oae of the forward feats. Pretty oon a his baker like shovel reached in my morsel young lady ia reported to have said what a . R. CARPENTER, & hiring only the motive power acd are man who aat oppsalte noticed a tingle tear of tainted ood. apropos of marrisge: "Well, no, I don't Manufacturers of the Celebrated rough, hardy cheek, then as County Attorney, whirled over twenty states in tbe court e of ?'wiCY,.ll,llt0 ,or. ileal down hi snbject to the action of the Democratic paity. Perdition! how I strove to make him know if I would marry for money alone; a season, which makes people wonder how tobther, until at last, dropping his bead speak! If he only would curae me, abuse EAGLE SH1ET, but if a man had plenty of money, allied we a babe can do it, We have a tent which, inbetween hia handmaid sobbed like N. W. HUGHES PHILADELPHIA 32 North Third ttret. me, anylblnf, even In proianity wouiu to a sweet disposition and a mustache that stead of seating a niggardly 1,500, amply The manger watched him for come time in White, Fancy and Flannel 81itrti, Oreralls and curled at both ends, and nice blue eyes and accommodates over 21,000 hve rannded as melody In my solitude. ii auanamataiar HtiTMrini.n.iant o..t.i . a .. unuerweai. new xoraomce. oaa u row way. that persona, with llenw wad let him Veep, but at I never knnw whet music there was in a social posltioa; if he had a distinguished the f4mo?Sfc?,?tayr'UbJ'C,t0 t,W ,cUn luxurious opera chairs. Instead of ono piwerful human link, sympathy, broke the the human voice till in that dungeon where statui m a profession, or wa even a mer- small ring we hare three big one, an olav bound of social etiquette aedka imiolredt 0LujdBINu JttATJiS, it never eonnftH and wher I soon Rfw c'sn'; and hie father were rich and hie V.-- '. REV. A. BOGLEf ted etage and hippedrome racing track i" tMlMl'",,," To those desiring additional reading matter we startled at toy own. mother and father aristocratic; and he We have two menageries, a herd of ele Is a "Wall, tdtlte ilraager, my ble chum Candidate for Superintendent Public Schools will club the The post cbsplala's was the only human wanted to marry me and he would promise of Lincoln, aubject to the action of tbe Democborne phants, 450 horse to draw the chariots and racy. ii dead sin I'm tartyi' h ferpe Y IXTEUIOIt JOURNAL voice I heard for weeks and hia only once, to keep me liberally supplied with money, wagon to the show grounds from tbe trains ter hi oie mother. That what make me for my levity shocked him so that be gave and have a splendidly furnished town Aa followt: and 26 tents, containing wheelwrights, aid, and then, again, I can't help crvin W. B. WITHERS l. He house fend a handsome country itsidence; With the Weekly me upas an irredeemable reprobate. ..........32 CO blacksmiths, stable, dining room, barber when I think bo loneaome it will be for " New York World 75 Candidate for Atseitor, subject to the action offered a prayer for me, however, I courteand other gems, wa liberal about diamond " " me. You see, we worked together for nigh New York Bun...... .. 3 CO dreai'm rooms, etc, beside eleepiog cars oftbe Democracy. ously kneeling with him on tbe stone floor. also millinery, never gambling, asd I real" " Harper's Magazine . 5 CO and hotel cars. Oar pay roll contains near onto three years." But he never came again. ly and truly loved him I wouldn't cobtider ly 800 names and our expenses foot up " Uarper't Weekly-.- ... 5 SO D. SWOPE "That l kinder hard luck, but I reckon 00 " " Southern BUouac fls told me what my occasionally al- marriage a drawback." Boston Courier 3 nearly $7,000 daily. The capital invested Iaa Candidal for County Clerk of Lincoln, aubject you can get another pard.' " " Home and Faim. .............. 2 SO lowed letter from my friend had too plain In lact, no maUer what publication you desire, 'Ye, mebbe, but I ctn't eet none like ly informed me that there waa no bone A codfish is the only Annymal that a!nt is $ 1,000,000 We have four train of car, to.tho actiqn of the Democracy. we can furalth It with our paper and save you Dick. Yott oughts knowded bim ttrang got no neck. There ain't but one kind of each over a quarter of a mile long. Every the troublo and exjwnso of remitting for it, of eeoape from the fate that teemed to them GEORGE B. COOPER from 60 cents to tl BO. fine.' er. He was itghteeti-cara- t a fish in tho Uorld that live on Ihe land year we must give a larger show; the pub Old subscribers, who havo already paid, eaa and the uulsido woild to ba (taring me in Wa he aick Ions?' and Fly round in (he air, and that is a lie demand it, and ibis seaeon our untied It a candidate for Couuty Clerk of Lincoln, subject avail themselves of this oiler by paying tbs differw .wuv iuol ciuivunttio pirij the face Erery posilble efiort had been ence between 82 and the amouma Darned. he died kinder sudden ' A Codfish haa a large mouth show will be greater than ever, aa I have Naw; W. P. WALTON, Pro'r, Stanford. made, every available influence preseed into 'Ferci?' and my eunday school Teechers got & large secured a large number of tpecialists from JAMES P. BAILEY with the President, and be had posiaervico 'Naw; he lie' (here another sob chokmouth too. Two kids got fiteing in the Europe, besides all those oi any conse- Iaa candidate for Circuit Clerk, aubject to tho ac- tively declined interfering with the judged hi voice) 'he committed suicide, Strang-er- .' vu v. .u, uoiuucrmic (uiiy. vostry one day and one of em pulled quite quence in thi country. When we come ment of the cjurt martial. The worthy a lot of Hare out of the other kids Hed back from Europe ihe circus business will chaplain corroborated their sad informaShot himself, bey?' T.D.NEWLAND and tho Superlngtending pounded one of undergo a complete change, of which, as & tion, asld lit: 'Wall, n o, it 'mounted to 'bout that.' his Eseres with a book and so they quit. A ueual, we will bo the first to inaugurate the la a candidate XorSherlQ of Lincoln county, sub- "Captain, yctt should prepare for death, Ject to the action of the democracy. How?' fith would look funny if they had leg and new features " for your life end In a few dayB." The direct through line and old established route "Attractions for next staion? Well, we Boeton boy, in Boston Record. 'Wall, you aee, he called me a liar.' could run, from Hern was food for reflection, surclv. In SAXE- Of course New York Express. have a great many novelties. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii At Terro Haute, Ind., Miss Lowe, who and vigor o' early manhood, my the prim we shall have Jumbo His skeleton will be and all points in tho West. veins thrilling with tbe bounding energy would soon have become a mother, com- elegantly mounted and his skin prepared Hundred and Twonty-PivoBarrol- s. The wife beater is a very despicable crea-tutTwo (1) Dally Trslnt from LouIsTlIIff ta St Louis. she hed been desert-o- d and decerns to be punished at the of young blond, life just begun, with its mitted suicide becaueo by Prof Ward, of Rochester, and Alice, Made by V. M. Ball, one, two and' three years inree is; uauy trains irom Liucinoaii . old. Apply at once to by her paramour, who left her to marto It. LouU. whipping pot, and the Rtnle Legislature plans, Khetiu-- and puroaea all to work Jumbo' widow, will ehoitly arivofjom the t J. A. r.rTLE, Adior. Only 10 Itotir from LoulirlUe and Cincinnati did a e risible tbinc In thus providing for out; a young wife with two children, with ry another woman. She left a note in Royal Zio in London. Acongiees of giants' to vt, Louis. him. A well conducted whipping poit nil tbe hopes o(j)y existence with them which she sail': men enJ women, on an immense tcale,will Tho Only Lino by whioh you can PIANOS AMD ORGANS. is tie fruUaof love. Tom Moran "This would also be an admirable institution for vavt : ambitious walks all wluo tielore me I think, besides seme be nn attraction, got a Through Slooping Car the petty thlif. It would do more to re- awaiting to bo trod; what burning pages yet has broken my heart and took by life. I EogHeu and French rpecialisU who arc jet Messrs. 8. K. A. L. J, (Juokara Agenti for the From Clnclattl to St. Louis. don't want to dtc, but I can't "Uvo and see to ariivo. Odr show will be larger and bet- John Church 4 Co. Minos ant Urgaus, which em- form htm than any agency that has yet uureul in the book of lift I brace tho following moat excclhnt Injtrumenti.and child him take care of another woman Knabo A Co been trlei'; In face, It U the only method cf Xr TVT I'tboouly Hue running ter than ever, as may be seen en tl is moctH tTCrett l'iauoi., IIiton Broi , Do Uer A ooa and fPl-i-- . CXf AM.. throUfh irom LoulsrUle uNo Also, Clonal is Tho ,ppointed Time" and leave hn own and mine out in the Or- Mllo. Cbriftine, the double headed girl; John Cburch A Co, Organs. A Warren and the sod Cincinnati to bt. Li'ulr. nil other routes being punishment that would put a stop to thai Thesu Initruuienta Mie Great West and find phans' Home. It is hi monoy that bought Lucia 7( irate, the midget, and Chang, the nro rooit excelU-n- t In toue.of great durability and mado up of a couillnatlon of email roads. specie of crime, Ii tho petty thief to con-tln- uu To tako a trip to wo defy conpetltlon.i Allofttien. are warranted out for yourself what a vail coun'ry Ufa there tbo medicine that took my life. He has abur to wix and grow fat on account of a forflru ytqra. Reference A It t'enny, Mra. The Ohio & Mlssljplppl Railway runt Palatial 8Iepln Cart en ntgfit trains; Luxuriant Parandawalting ed ma scandalously within tbe put year. giant, will b: the leaders of their clas in h.M. Oirbealer, J. M. Philips, J M. Mooreand silly nd sickly sentiment? He sadlr needs a yel but sparsely populated lor Cart on day trains; Klrzanl Day CoachJjinea departments." their btaufor I Mis. Maggie Holmes, It es on all trims. Crab Orchard, Oen. W. J. Landra and Mlw Litheroin treatment. Severe cases require se- the labor of nun to nuke profitable That But I still love him. I think if there is tle Huffman, Latiourc r, Ky. Direct and closo connections aro mado In UNION The Cost of the War would nat be necessary country where men ara few and chinces any bell he will go to it for be has ent my vere remed'ea. It DKPGld with dUerslug lines by theO. A M. day's toll brings Its soul there." Secretary of the Treasury John Sherman Hallway, thus avoiding troblesoma trans-- THE Y to repeat tho done on an offender sgvnst ureal. Theru.an honest fers by other routes. repotted to the Senate, Jure 10, 1880, thai fall reward. If you have any knowledge playing the law. Georgetown TimfB. TbeObloA Mta!tMpp! Railway Is tho only llns LHst mi aimer n little 3 year-old- , between Loularllle, ClnclQDatl and Ht. Lonla of farming ycu nhould iu justico to your the total expenditure on account of t o In tbe yard, came Into the houe and said under one ruanagcmiut, ruunlns all Its civil war to date had been $0,187,213,38') Tennessee dcntlsta havedecjde-- that self become posted a to the loiuwue poul The tratnt through tolM and In cotinquenco "Mother, I eaw nothing to his mother: It rcregnlzi I lrMClau itm U bo 30. That odd 30 cent attracted universal tin Is better for filling teeth than gold. bllitU of thU western territory. tween those Cities. with a tall (o it." HN mother, using Urns and materially lie'pvd attention at the In making the trip, boar in mind that This Is bald and magnanimous. The pub Apply to ticket A ijentt of connsctlnj Hdm for to understand htm, followed the child full partll!areaJ to ralea, time, luaps, clrculaas the di his presidential "boom:" Provost Marshal Ho can now get its teeth filled at the tin the Ohio ft Misiaipid Kulway I or any doited loforuatton, or wrltfl t Into the yard, wjiera the jiUle fellow point, Qeo'jl reported Apr.27,180G that 5,221 om uonr. H. KiJKMAN, shop, and the dentists wilt liara to be con- nrt, straight tbrniitih lino which provide cd to a tnake, which waa gliding away J rl Trav. Pen. i it't O A M. l.'v. Sou erset. Ky. mirsioned officers acd D0,8GS enlisted men nr tent with what ther can mike on plates tho very best through car accommodations through the praw.-r- St. M PEAlUm?. W. W. ll.SU ATTUC,' Paul Pioneer-Pret- H. Pre, aud Oen'l ilan'gr, Times. for land'tceken and every comfort that can ic. Pass. Ag't, were killed in action or died of noundd in and MrAot.-rilulsr- llla Cloclnnatl, O. be procured. No change of cars, and milei service on the Union side Juriaur thu late Tne manufacturer who started thu manu- civil war. Since that dato a few reported a Family Physician I'm afraid that you the shortest route, the O A M. run en facture of roller skateo ha made a round dead have turned up alive; but tho cranues eating too much cake and candy, tire trains through, cherkp Ii iggico to hate been He began in a in the figures are immaterial and ara as saving all trouble nod delays. $1,000,000 iu the huainee. Let me see your tongue. &j'A.Nl!'OiU).,K.V. wooddbed and now has a factory of nearly crcurate ae it is posibln for such It little yon oVn look at It, but Tnts le tbe road to take for the West. Utile ntrl-- Oo, okal-I- ng over 400 feet in length. If the roller won't inW -- The Judge. W- statistics to be. WALTON. A counlrjunn was standing on one of "cntj" continue to disappear the is seriouily -- Sjou'or VMt, of Mieni'lri, A coloicd woman of Harrison coun Is published every TumUy niJ Friday at tbe the wharfs the other day watchim; the wotdshed will be large enough again a lor; (.rice of ty gave birth to triplets two boys and one ill with neuralgia at thu u of the brain, proem of l'j sting sn anchor of u ship of Corydon, tod., full only good Siinuel Davldcon, girl, the latter dying. Sheia only 3j yoars TaVOJIOIifiAKiS and hi physicians havo ioideted uron his which was getting under.. weigh, and, at he EAK. pose Mustang Liniment inflammaI supply his family with enough wood old, and ia the mother of 17 children, a more saw for horses? It is for leaving Waahlnglon at once for ' huge Iron rise Irom tne water to ed to of his neighbor . to kesp them warm. A lot - l'o, hwe, obi" of tho sallow, ho iemtlerite uli tion of all flesh. A Cincinnati woman has obtained judg evening, hitched him, irked: "You may(hr.ave blgh and heave sslzed bim the other saloon keeper for $5,000 lady who wears a ment ogaiust a Tbo Hoid4rul Qiio -- Ot ALLCLAiSU- a sled and forced him to haul wood all Here low, but you will; never got that great to to her hii'band, No.SOellrtpor Is about o marry. When he lagged he wa well whip- - damages- for selling liquor ' ' '' ' crooked thing tronrb tlal little hole; I night. o" f .iLik. ouuu&uy iXGOlltC'd. will be a uiothor, at lent, with all thefaclli. , r r . , e J. IStefS8SW zjiiMmi bus-ioe- vn y e le" Die-trlc- t, C wIewcomb raerasii- - llw ts .tIV"4':' J61N 83-6-m THEIiATESaP! Dem-bem- ic tub-Jec- 76-2- m J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR., Jacob Miller Sou, lt " J. SEMI-WEEKL- Courier-Journa- J. ..,-- fish-haw- O. &M. ohio Mississippi i; i WHISKY FOR e n 88-- n SEMI-WEEKL- tin-ab- le rK'?MlWHTwtfiWr""i alMSSmtylK denti-nstln- n, Interior Journal P. Ii;K ProV. Did you Sup- - re-u- JOB .ovtj VS70Tl.1&L f-- v- l i i1 ! 'i H' We do not think that county pride CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. The House passed a bill for tho bono-fi- t DR. "W. B. PBNNY, should be carried to tho extent of voting of George Delancy, of this county, giv Rev. Mr Noel will fill the pulpit at 8TANFOKD, KENTUCKY. for au unqualified man Bimply bacaute he ing him $58 "S for taking care ol an idiot, tho Baptist church here next Sunday eve. Offlro on Iancutcr itrrct, rezt door to tnia-wo- n isacountyman, but when that countyman A bill has pissed the House fixing the Jouawar. offlco. OlSca hour from 8 to 12 a. March 2, 1880 is in every way deserving or has shown his pay of pro tern. Commonwealth's attorneys at 7 o'clock. Stanford, Ky.( -- .and 1 toS r. M. AncathetlcaadtiilnliUiri whao Hawea' Dramatics will present that noctvwaty. UBt-ly- r. fitness for office by filline it mist accepta at $10, tha amount to come from the reguof comedies, Joshua Whitcomb, in the bly and creditably, it is nothing more than lar officer. W. P. WALTON. near away future. right that he should bj honored with tho Dr. Edward U. Coalcs, a St. Louis Larkin Wells wants to know what in full voto of bis county. dentist, shot to death Dr. A B. Keith.nlleg-in- g the world Judge Ilinoford found to say to Drossed Pine Flooring, Jelling, Woather Tjieue Hint much chance for a convict undue intimacy between his victim and tho immenso crowd he spoke to in Huston , THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, who has been justly sentenced to etcape auoaia-xinumng Lumber, Gxtiun his wife as the cause. ville? -- difficult to interest so many. his )UDiabmcnt in n State where n Board passed tho pleuro-pnoumLumber in the Bough, Including The Senate President II. K. Taylor, of Logan FeMr. John EJmlston, who is a remark of Pardons exlat, even though petitions a nia bill over the Governor's veto. laths and Shingles. male College, announces himself ns n can ably clever man and a republican, though mile long are presented, but when the pow -The bill curtailing the jurisdiction cf didate for the office of Superintendent of FortheronTfolfncepf onr cuitomtrs In we can't account for why he is tho latter, er to eet aaide the findings of the court is the Police Judge of Stanford has passed Public Instruction for tho State. bar arranged predicts that somo of tho candidates will It. ! ftirr. to jro on hit yarda nnaV.orlm,nt kwp vested in one man it is often an eaa mat both Houses. of our Lumber, whore they tan (nt ft aseheanSI moonThere are said to bs thirty-sibe left at the "premature" election. rroinunllr.ct. Hwlll alw VimajS'for The Senate defeated the bill to estab- shine distilleries in Harlan county, and er to work oa his feelings or convince him any bill, not on bao.lt. which wo will ail The bet locality for childless married notlre, lish a home for fallen women in this State, nearly 300 warrants are out for men in that hat it is poller for him to turn a convict Jilifj IX .. r. j ., Mr.. peoplo to locate in apparently is ncarCh'ap-pic'- s 234m Lily, Ky. loose by presenting a petition to which the by a vote of 23 to G. county who have violated tho revenue Gap. Chadwick ae: "Three neigh, The Governor will withhold his signa- laws. names of influential men have bjen attach David Arnold, who lives in Jessamine bora living within two miles of each other ed, simply because they did not have the ture from the Harrh Penitentiary bill, thus In that vicinity have 45 children. The ! manhood to refuse. In Louisiana, where permitting it to become a law without his county, was disturbed by dogs fighting near married people of this place havo no need his house and firing out in the dsrknesi in all applications for pardon have to be sub- approval. of that water." Do you know Ilourno, the batdhralfd intnat mitted to a Biard of Pardons, that body In the House nine hundred and nine the direction of tho noise, killed a nero tho new Drug Store 7 If not, low bo lime In nukMr.T. II William, awirteU by Mr. nas just lor tne third time refused to ex- bills have been introduced to date, In the man, who was passing. ing hla acqualntanro. B Tho eeverest wind-storthat ever Vi- Geo. W. King, who knows where to find He is pollta, accommodating, and Mils hla goidi tend clemency to the murderers, Pat Ford Senate about three hundred have been in and how to but thrm. boucht of John sit..! V- lower than thclowtit. lie hujuit v ... vwtoM ' r and John Murphy, notwithstanding 27,000 troduced. rrciireJ a new t4 aioii a. wi cargo of I'alnU for the Bptlng trade, a aplendld mules at$S0, 10 head name were on the petitions asking it. The Mr. Breathitt has ottered a bill to fine great damage to property on land and wa iucKer It Thlapowdrr nTfrarlra. A raaml ol purity, cf Landroth'i Prodi In bulk, the Celebra-te- d trength und wl.jVomcneu, men were guilty of a foul murder, which ("boys between 10 and 21, who represent to ter. The wind blew at the rate of SI miles of J. B. Owsley nt S5, 4 head of J. S. More economic I UJIae' Jbxk Cryatal gpecUelo an I ley at $70, 1 of Win, Lackey at $70 and than the ordinary kind, and ran not b sold In the courts have said must be atoned by that they are of age and ob- an hour at New York city. DmgUt. Sundtlea, Hurglcal Initru-mtnl- s, roinptlltlon with the multitude or low to--l, ibor l weight aluin or phosphite pwJrri. Sold onl v In Mualral Ooodi.Show Cao ArtlUoi, and a The House, with remarkable unani- one of A. J. King at $05. death, nod the board does not feel that it is tain liquors, $10 to $25. KoraLlUxiMo 1'owdh Co., J. T. Chadwick tells of an Eiat Ten- rac. its duty to abrogate the sentence. A peti106 Wall Bttctt. N. V. Air. JKameey nas ouereu an act to con mity, adopted the resolution reported by . AFull lino of Drugs, Patent Medl-cinnessee constable who was something of a tion with that many names on it would fer police power upon conductors of passen- Mr. Morrison from the Committee on wag. lit had a writ for a largo fleshy woand Chemicals. IiBBP HUlHttACT, make tne average li.en.uc67 governor par ger trains in this State, and provide pun- Rules, directing a very thorough investiga Aa for Tollet'ArtlclM-wo- ll, don a dozjn of the vilest criminals that ishment for neglect of their official duties. tion of the Pan Electric Telephone busi- man for stealing fith -t- he woman sat down If you want to marand would not movo nor could the officer ry, go Immrdlatelyto A petition 120 feet long was presented ness. ever disgraced the State, whether right and STANFORD, KY. A six days' typesetting contest, two more her so ho made his return as fol in the House by Mr. Denton, signed by justice demanded it or not. the Uyus IloUli lows: "Seeable, ketchable, but not fetch-able- r Oxtda Oai adulnlittr! whtn r hours und tweuty minutes daily, between hundreds of citizsns of Pulaski, asking tho Opposite Ihe Myers Houte, Stanford, Ky. Tne constitutional limit of the Gener- repeal of the law authorizing the working female compositors, closed at Boston SunJ. O.tenheimer, Duke of Lutherheim, al Assembly expired Saturday, but it is day night. The final score was: Miss baa arrivals every week looking for of convicts in coal mines. homes. predicted that the May flowers will be in The gambling bill now before the Leg- Kenni, 21,050 ems; Mies Davis, 21 050 ems; Mr. Oltenheicier is the greatest acquisition full bloom before the members let go their islature is one of the most sweeping in its Miss Francis, 24,475 ems; Miss Hammond, this county has realiasd in the last decade per diem. It is $1 a day more than the character that has ever been introduced. 15,825 ems. The prizes were a gold watch and deoeryes all the consideration and en average membjr can make at homo, with and goes so far as to wipe out the lottery to Miss Kenni, a silver watch and chain to couragement our citizsns can show him. mileage, freepastci, etc., thrown in, bo it is to We have been among his Mttlers and found grant that has been in existence in the Miss Davis; a pearl mounted opera-glas- s no wonder that they hold on so tenaciously. HUCCIMhOM TO- State for so many years. Lst it become a Mies Francis, and $20 la cash to Miss Ham men contenteu, industrious and conseA good many of the members have not mond. law. quently happy, yet caught on to the simplest points in r7 Gov. Knott vetoed the plearo pneumonia Mies Belle Cockrell, one of Stanford's parliamentary law, but like one old fellow, Action of County Committee. bill because of its unconstitutionality, who does not live a hundred miles from At a meeting of the Democratic County beauties, and four of Crab Orchard's sweet conferring as It does legislative powers up Aod hating alo purthued of Ilrlgh t A Mttclf Ibelr tlock of folhere, manage to vote intelligibly by Committee at the office of the Intewoii est, Misses Annie Stuart, Sallie Ward, Ida on the State Board of Health, because it and Maud Pettus, have been visiting that lowing the lead of some one in whom they March 1st, it was re- has the effect of levying an involuntary con- Journal, Stanford, bewitching country girl, Miu Maggie Dahave confidence. But it was reseryed for a solyed: s, tribution on the and because vis. Mr. Sam Ward, of Livingston, paid a man who once passed for an editor, a Mr. That the officers oi the election at the vait deprives a citizen of his property without Thomas, to kill his own bill by moving to rious precincts shall judge of the qualifica flying visit to the old folk Sunday. Mr. due process of law. lay on the table an amendment thereto. and if they know that be is El. Moore, of Stanford, was up Sunday to The Senate passed a bill creating the tions of a voter All the fools are not yet dead by a jug affiliated with the dem see tome young folks, and Mr. J. A. WalNineteenth Judicial district to be composed a democrat and has lace, of Nicbolaaville, who doubtless has full and will not be till most of the present of We now bare the counties of Clay, Leslie, Perry, ocratic party they shall permit him to vote. designs on some one of our innocents, will legislators have kicked tho bucket. J. E. Lthn, Ch'sa'n' Letcher, Knott and Breathitt. The House arrive Mrs. Rinehart, a sister of Ik New York until ten years ago the should amend the bill by requiring the W. P. Waitoh, Secretary. Mr. A. M. Hiatt, and her son Joe have re pay of a member of the Legislature was Judge of the new district to observe the DANHLLE. BOYLE CO UNIT. moved to Crab Orchard and will reside $3 a day and the pay stopped entirely at constitution and to refuse to admit murder Garaila TJrso v, ill be at the Opera with Mr. Hiatt. J. Will James, John R An will M them m CHEAP a. an, d,,j., a o.nlr.1 Kentucky. the close of 100 days. With the hope of ers to bail. Speedy justice and a good deal House Friday sight. Bailey, Dr. Joe B. Graham and Murray elevating the status of membership a con of it is what is needed in the counties Mr. A. J. Lovely, of Paris, grand keep Jones left last week for Florida on a tour of stitutional amendment was then adopted named and others like them. Courier er of records and seals of the Grand Lodge Inspection and pleasure. Dud, Frank, Jr., fixing the salary at $1,500 for a regular Journal. of Knights of Pytheas, will meet with Uto- Arthur and Warren Wallio, Maj. Thomp- era. Cor, aMUU, J. session. But the newspapers aaj that the MliD pia Lodge No. 33, of this place, Tuesday son, Bob. Allen, Jim Tate and Henry neu " Lu"1"' NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ". fire fold increase of pay has not secured night, when business of Importance to the Wells left on Tuesday last for Richmond, the object desired; on the contrary the $1,-6- 00 A murderer named Wartena was hung fraternity will be transacted. Va. These are all good citizens and worstatesmen are not near op to the stan at Rensealaer, lad., Friday. . Mr. Wilk Eilets, of Louisville, has thy young men and mostly marriagable dard of the $300 fellows, who formerly Thirty-onprisoners were rent to the painted in oil a splendid picture of Mock's and we bespeak a kind welcome for them We will alto htndle served the State in a legislative capacity. penitentiary in one batch from Louisville Chief, a son of the celebrated trotting stal- in the old dominion. Kentucky pays her legislators $5 per day Saturday. lion, Messenger Chief, is the property of Mr. Watterson is now considered clear and 15 cents per mile going to and coming Gens. Terry and Miles are considered Mr. H. C. Mock, of this county. The pictout of danger and it is hoped that he will from the capital, besides newspapers and the most probable selections for promotion ure is on exhibition at Fox's gallery. soon be at his po-- t. stationary during the Besaioo, but it is al- to be Major Geaerab, succeeding Hancock, Mr. Chris. Smith, a fireman on No. 2 ways money badly invested, The session deceased, and Pope soon to be retired. An Iowa Judge has decided that a man passenger train on the Cincinnati Southern has so far cost about $60,000, or just 510,-0- 00 Jas. PtUmet, colored, was found gnilty road, had his toe so badly mashed by a car may legally Ms a pretty girl if he can each for the six laws of a general na- of murder at Bowling Green and given a wheel, at Junction City last week, that it swear he thought it was his wife. That de cieion should be denounced l.y all good ture which it has passed. life seutence. He killed a negro named had to be amputated. Dr. II. L, men and true as an op n encouragement of Caaaeway at tho boaMnnding some months was the officiating surgeon. Mil Mulligan in his speech opposing ago. Madam Fry's Concert Company gave perjury the continuation of tho Superior Court Dr. Frank O. Young's case is in a bad one of their chaste and aristocratic perFrtmary Election in 8th Judicial District. said that "it met only twice a week and had ly mixed condition before, the Pension De- formances at the Opera House Friday night Tho Democratic District Comrnit-ie- o employed a number of officers, such as partment, and the Doctor had better settle to a full house, The gentlemen who In of tho titli Judicial District met at doorkeepers and eergeants-at-arms- , and . i they were paid good salaries for doing it oy stepping uown anu out. mere is no duced the company to come to Danville the office of run iOTEiuon Jouhn-aj- , nothing. The Superior Court wis created use going int) a bill of particulars. fLou-isvill- e had about S20 left after paying all expen at 1 i. m. November 20 th und was imvlujc iMircliOKC.! the InicrcK, of If. c. ijriRilC , th IIrjll of Times. ses, which amount they gave to the First called to order by Chairman J. Ii. nt a time when the Court of Appeals was e The L. N. is already begining to IIHkIii A Meicair, with thin Ihniio wo Lynn. Trejent, besides tho chairPresbyterian church. yery much behind in its business; if the for the change of gauge. Six new loChamberlain Society of Centre College man: It. H. Tomlinson, of Garrard. would properly attend to its duties, latter Y. B. Pettus, of Pulaski, who held there would be no necessity for the contin- comotives and 1,000 trucks of tie proper on Friday night elected as First 221 Speakued existence of the former." This is the width have arrived in Louisville, but the er for next year Frank Lee, 2d do. Frank tho proxy of "Wayno, ami Col. T. P. Van Winkle, 3d do. Edward Green. Fare- Hill, who held that of Rockcastle case in a nut shell and Mr. Mulligan de- change will not be made till May. Harrison Phoebus, the On motion of Mr. Tomlin well address for June Commencement, Wm, county. serves credit for for his gallant fight in preventing the rushing throueh of the proprietor of the Hygeia Hotel. Old Point Cochran; oration, Nathan Cureton. The son, W. Walton was appointed Trusting that by fair dealing, low prices and honeit goods we may sustain Comfort, is dead of pneumonia, A few Dienologian elected Jas. Denny to deliver secretary, and then after considerable Senate bill to continue the court until it the reputation of the old Arm. We shall confine our had had had a full and fair discussion. years ago he was au express mesaenger, the farewell address in June and Miles discussion, it was ordered: business strictly to First, That a primary be held in the The extension will entail an expense of when he died he was the owner of the larg- Green to deliver the oration. After the est hotel In the South and a very rich man. election the succeeeful candidates gave a several counties composing said dis$60,000 and it should be carefully weighed Two little children were caught by the supper at Qilcher's Hotel, which was at- trict on the first Saturday in March, before it is either adopted or rejected. shaft of a mill at Shamokin, Pa., and tended by nearly all the "men" of both so- '80, between the hours of 8 A. ji. and 7 Queens-war- e. Day after Mr. Cleveland will whirled around it for an hour before being p. m , for tho purpose of nominating a cieties. have been President for one year. It was rolieved. One of them, strangely enough, Dr. Geo. P. Newlin Is very ill with candidate for Circuit Judge and Comsupposed that with a change of party there was still alive and may possibly recover. Brlght's disease. Mr. Jo. Wright, of Parks, monwealth's Attorney. Said election would also be a change of officers to adminA train of 16 cars loaded with raw ville, has returned from Liberty, where he to bo held at tho regular voting places, ister the affairs of the government, bat a silk, overland from San Francisco to New had been to place a fine cottage monument to be by ballot and tho name of With a reduction in expenses and our facilities for buying, we trust to be twelve month finds fully of the York, passed through Chicago the other day. over the grave of Feeley Whlpp, son of each voter to bo recorded in a book found aiwoys lower than tho lowest. Solieiting a portion of your trade, rascals still holding on to the public teat, The value of the shipment was over $1, John Whlpp, of that place. Miss Katie prepared for that purpose We are, respectfully, and tho republican Senate refusing to con- 000,000, and the time schedule from ocean Rogan, since last September a pupil of Bell second, lnat no ono shall b3 dig firm 013 appointments unless the President to ocean thirteen days. Seminary, left on Saturday for ber.home in ble to vote at said election except will state bis reasons for removing the old sweeping pension bill vet Glasgow, Scotland, in charge of her step- tnose wno aro ana win bo entitled to The most officers. Mr. Cleveland moved exceedingly introduced before Congress is by Represenfather, Mr. Qllkenon. Rev. P. T. Hale and a vote at the August election, 188C, slow in making changes in offices; but the tative Ellsbcrry, of Ohio, who wants to pen- wife, Misses Dora Harris and Mary Fisher, according to the laws of the Slate, and republicans eeem not to appreciate his mo sion, Irrespective of wounds, all who par- Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Fox and others attend- who uro identified with tho Demo tives. His mistake was in dealing with ticipated In the late war and now depend ed the Union Sunday-Schoconvention at cratic party, and who, if voting at tho November election, 1884. voted for them as leniently as he has. He should upon their dally labor for support. Lexincton laat Saturday. Dr. I. S. War tho Democratic electors for Prcsiden t have begun with a wholesale turning out A man named Groger, of Roiueville, ren, of Greenwood, was in town Sunday. and and not stopped till every office was filled Pa., has been arrested charged with brutal Exactly, One of the most nonsensical Third, That tho judges and clerks by a good democrat. The republicans cruelty toward his wife. Five years ago cries raised by demagogues is that "convict of the several voting places in the disas no consideration when they were the poor woman became insane, and he showed labor shall not compete with honest labor." trict, at the close of tho polls, count in power. shut her up in a sheep-fol- d, where she has The only way to prevent the convict from DiULaas IN- the ballots and certify tho number of Gen. Wolford, who fought gallantly since existed, huddling with the sheep competing with honest labor is to support tno same to the Chairman of their re Drugs, Books, Stationery and on the Federal side during the war, made during cold nights to avoid freezing. the convicts in idleness. TNeleon Record. spective County Committees and de The severest storm ol the winter pre- a speech in support of the Mexican penFancy Articles. Richmond RtgUUr. Thomas Mober- - liver tho said certificate, with ballots sion bill, Saturday, in which he favored ex yailed through New England Friday. From poll books to him, not later than Fbyilclana' jimcrlptlona accutately ly sold one of his Mary Dukes for $500. and eomrounded. tending its provisions even to Jeff Davis, 15 to 20 inches of snow have fallen in some mmj Prof. James Rice has 65 scholars at Kings- tho Wednesday following tho said who has asked to be exclnded rather than parts of Vermont and New Hampshire, ac ton. Miss Jennie Broaddua is assistant. election. It shall then bo tho duty of jeopardize its chances of pissage. The companied by furious winds, varying in veBaid Chairman'to examino and count Old Corbett, a negro of 05, was burned to General has always said and done just what locity from 50 to 65 miles an hour. Many tho ballots and certify the result in Capt. Sam Stone's. Miss Nannie be thought was right, regardless of the roads ate blocked, telegraph and telephone death at his county to the Chairman of the Tho Largest Stook of Watohes, Olooks, county, was married consequences and he is too old now to learn wires are down and railroad traffio is impe Cobb, formerly of this jeweiry ana fcmvorware District Committee, not later than tKft ZTISpM Xk. jWVb F Rflia3BaaW on the 18th inst. to Mr, George Creighton, ueu, ana in some instances entirely susnew ways. tho second Saturday in March, who Eyer fcought to thla market Prlcce LoW6r than of McLIean, 111. The bride is a nelce of Lowcat. Watehea, Cloeka aod Jewelry Re"The democrat who is now most fre- pended. Interesting information has been Harvey and S, T. Cobb and Mrs. 8. Parri.b, shall announce tho result and declaro paliod on iboit notice aod Warranted. This as the nominees for the respective offiquently mentioned as likely to be nomina- flashed from Washington: m Er irTTsWinsaM "There will be of this county. ces tho candidates receiving a pluralted in 1888 is Mr. Carlisle, and there are no change in the Poatoffice at Perry ville, John A. Middleton, of Sbelbyville, is ity of the voto cast for each office. CATOl-AC& rcasoriH for supposing that he would make a Bajle county, held by Miss Polk, who pub the owner of a Jersey heifer which dropped Fourth, That tho Chairman of tho strong candidate. At any rate, if he could lished a . paper called the OWre Branch at her first calf last April when two years old various County Committees annoint loiDenritPriri-- . a w.i h. carry the State of New York, there would Danville over i turttntm tin vr aa.. i""'TfftrM half a century ago. There She was milked 500 days and averaged two judges and a clerk, who aro DemiweiTe .t ith be yetj little difficulty about electing him; Wl'aXnln ATivurha mitt. .... are several applicants for the place, but the over twenty-fivpounds, or more than ocrats, for each voting place, to hold 'i! " Icranr'...:.. is a question which may give us 'I but that We pr might chargcal incumbent has given satisfaction, and if she threo gallons per day. In the month of said election, as near as possible se"ft WV'I fwM T1 ssBx PauBc"-y.Y.fi- un. has any politic) they don't amount to anypounds of butter lecting a friend of each candidate May she gave sixty-fiv- e Oneprlooonlr, l'latforratfprln Gen. Don Carlos Buell took charge of thing, as she has no vote. She as several for tbirty.one days. Her best yield for J. E. Lynn, Ch'ra'n Kiirm U'aAnatt4n WIH the Petriton Agency nt Louisville, yester- brothers and nephows, all dtinnrr- , Top llugKlea nt BflO, nno ai um.lir .m".: .... w . - j., , Eighth District Committee. ff.n'JvdtvB waa fifteen pounds. nru day. Ilium W. P. Walton, Scc'y. iTimea. j twelve uuuiei. U-,Brr- r' I Y . II. a'iUX-r- , fc.fcfc.al. auu.u uaI Dentist. b-- st LUMBER! i x .. .i.i w BOURNE PO utf s Absolutely Pure. Sal 0. ... es 8TJUOJ30N IENTIHT ." BOURNE'S, WEAKEN & "V7-EA.R;Hns- MENEFEE. -- GEO. ID. Farming Implements and Pleas ure v ehicles. AN IIYTME1VSE STOCK, ,,. Kr,Qara oCJSS!SST'l' " e 'F'j&.iEi.'Ra: nvcLoiariaNrESR.--- Grain, Wool, Field Seeds and other farm Xroduct. Cart-wrig- ht .. THE LATEST AND LAST CUBE." pro-par- Make our Bow to the Public, well-know- n r. .si Groceries, Hardware and five-sixth- s METCALF & FOSTER. ol Vice-Presiden- t. Penny at WMkHn PHARMACISTS, -- ri JEWELERS. a fMrPAPrl m HARNESS M'F'C CO e f JWSaa' fa ;"? S55i ."" TS.-- ' J 7 In his sermon on marrii!0 Dr Talmnge jjoveranruown not vote for a says: "The world never owned such opuSitur-da- y mill that touched, laved or handled whin-ky- , lence of womaoly character or such splennnd Ire the best men a lift. to Have bU li'e." dor of womanly manners or multitudinous ,U Stanford, Ky., March 2, 1880 ,A I AM etlll receiving in; One line n( Thn revival at tho Miln Street Chris- Instances of wifely, motherly, daughterly, cprlnc and summer goods. Piene call and tian church Is still going on with great far- - sisterly devotion as it owns to day I have B. O. WALTON, - nuBlnoBH Uanagor. bjc them and have the first pick new not words lo expreM my almlratin for II. C. vor. I hero have ben thirty-thre- o Lexington Gizette. good womanhood. Kapler. additions Woman Is not only I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. We know of no man that is doing more man's equal, bit in afftdional nnd reliTub bad weather has killed a great many Mall tikln going North. .. 1 68 r, H. lambs in thin count nnd in pome Imtances good than !lev. K. H Noel. He labors In gious nature, which is the Leu pari of us, . Hoolb .42 IS r. m. of 1 82 Aim. a number of old aheep have died. Mr. J. season and out eaasnn to save souls and she is seventy fire per cent, his superior. Kiptta strain" Hottth.M. " Norh....,........M 3 03 A. M. M. Martin lost 11 old ones nnd man; never wparles In his Mastet'n cause. " " Yea, during the list twenty years, through Itiv. Fred D Hale haslnvita'ions from the increased opportunity openoJ for feTbekjoio li calculated oa standard time. 8olr I limb?, m li About 20 mloutM Uit, fourteen S'atea to hold revival meetings, male education, the women of the country it The County Court waa barren of items which would require a total of twelve years are better educated than the majority of Wll LOCAL NOTICES. yesterday. A few road order were made, time, allowing two weeks to each meeting. the men; and if they rontinne to advance Buy jour school books from Penny A Dr. J. U. Owsley wan appointed administraThere havo been one or more religious in mentality at the present ratio, before MoAHater. tor of MIm llichol Carpenter and this ums revivals In progress in Louisville every long the majority of men will find difficulWatch eh and Jewelry repaired on shor up tho entire bujinens. day of tho year 1880 and there havo been ty in finding in the opposite sex enough igby Penny A McAlls notice and warrantr-norance to make appropriate contort. That r. We hare Riven tiotlco to our beat custom 887 additions to the various churches. -- 1 Buy tlin Haas Hon ltemedy, the onui marriage Ib the destination of the human 0"Coal Buckets and Vases at Cot.5 Courier Journal. ml and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-lite- r. err, especially, that we are compelled to 1 want to correct is a mistake that before I ,T The total cost of thr Girden City U collect all our accmnt by Much 14. There aro multitudes who L. I , as ctimited by tbo architect, go further. took of Jewelry, lateet I'leaae ruad this notice and don't forget to A roMftrrr atyle. Hockford watohea a specialty. Pen- do f o at once. 0 nley A Craig. is nearly $1,700 000 Tip's sum does not never will marry, and still greater multiChance ny A McAllater. Include tho organ, hells, stained claw, fur- - tudes who are not fit to marry. In Grea Fivtr.ru shares of stock in tho Farmers niture, Ac N Y Mail. Britain to day there are 018,000 m ,n n. PERSONAL v - n r. , Uufurj belonging to men thah men, and that, I understand, is LAND, STOCK ANU CHOf- about tbo ratio in America. By mathe Ii. C. At.roiiM, of Danville, waa up the estate of Wvatt Smdidne, sold at aucc V. " tion yesterday, 10 tb MIm Hello Chenault at matical and inexorable law, you pee, milHay for sale. I.M.Bruce. a Sunday. -- For Silo-B- ull lions of women will never marry. The calf. W. M. McAfee. W. R. Kka.ncis, o' Louisfille, Was here $130.25 aid G to Silas Sindidgo at same fig Br readlnj tha fol owlnif Hit of goods, kept by ures. Corn for sle. M. 8 Peyton, Stanford. supply for matrimony preater than tho deyesterday. a c -- For Sale. White eeed oats F. Reid, mand, the first lesson of which is that every -- In a drunken row at Mr Jamu B Owijna wan ntlll celttnj Fatally Cut. B a of woman ought lo prepare to take care o belter realerday. ? Kliifs Mountain Thursday, Silas Singleton Stanford. "3 And burlog what you neod rt him, yon s ll bs 2. A few mire Jensr cjwj for sale. J. herself if needs be. Then there are o Mil (J. L. Pknnv wis up from George- stabbed a min named Vaught in the left emoie.i to Mtj me mouutonr o Habit, to cnarc-ttrl3 of men who have no right to merry, jrour tablo at this time of year, aud to get 5" G. Cirpenter. town College Hjnilay. side, Inflicting a wountl about 5 inches long good goods it low prices: c -- J. M. Hail sold to D. M. Cres a jtck because tbey have become so corrupt of Mis Allik Dunk, of Danville, l and letting out his entrails. He Is not exCANNED QOOD3. G months old for $200. offer of marriage is an character that their MIm Mule Farris. pected to live. California Pears and Apricots, Peeled and Pis I.IIIH Peaches, Sliced and Orated Pineapple, TomaMn. W B Hansfom). of the June, A.T. Nunneller sjld to Bill Djdds a insult to any cood woman. Society will toes, Corn, trlng and Lima Beans, Early June Tiik bllizud came on time, but it was a bay gelding for $150. have to be toned up and corrected on tbis tion City Herald, was to etu us yesterday. Peas, Blackberries, Ojsters, Balmon, Mackerel. Chesp John concern compared with previif a woSardines, Corned Bee I, Derlltd Ham, Ac. Mn. C L. Crow has returned from a For Sale. 14 good work mules. J. subject, so that Itehall reallza that mercury went to 12, a man who has sacrificed her honor is unfit tour of Florida, much p'eased with the ous efforts. The VEGETABLES, FRUITS, ETC. F.AB. G Gover, Stanford. couple of little snows fell and yesterday a Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Cranberries, Oranges, country Brazilian Flour Corn seed raised by ted for marriage, so is any man who has Onions, Banana. CcoanuU. Cooking Figs. sV v ever sacrificed his purity. What right " MraSus ItotTT returned from liar- - mean eait wind made life out of doors ex- John Bright at W. II. Higgins'. Prune. Green Apples, Dried Peaches and Apples rodsburir Hundav. aflrr a month s visit to ceedingly disagreeable. Twenty-fir- e or thirty tons of nice timo have you, oh masculine bsast, whose life S FANCY OrtOCEP.IES. Miss Minnie VanArsdale. The Stanford Street Car bill, somewhat thy hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, Stan- has been loose, to take under yenr care the le Butter, Mince Meat, Cod r spotlessness of a virgin, reared In the sancFitb. Mackerel In uckets, Map'e Byrup, Krout, Mis Mi.vkik Brcvavoh and Mr. changed and amended, has parsed both ford. 9 Pickles, Ctawtoe, Crackers, Tea Cakes, Macaroni, Charles Turner, of Bourbon, sold to tity of a respectable home? Will a buzBuckwheat Flour, Bice, Beans, Hominy, Chapman Coleman, Jr., of Mercer, hare Houses and when the Governor signs It, we SbreJded Oats, Ac, Ac. been flatting Mrs. M. 0 Keviui. hope work will begin at once. It is pro- Gray A Cook, of Rushvllle, Ind., a jack zard dare to court adovt? T. Z. Morrow was here yester- posed to connect us with our populous sub- for $1,000. Col HKW ADYEBTIRKHMTX. Martin Wade, of Bourbon, bought of day feeling the public pulse. He will be urb of Rowland and the length of the line e"Plow and Wagon Gear on small margln.Tfa George Becker 21 feeding cattle at $42.50 the republican candid at forjudge. will be about a mile and a half. per head. Mr. A. G. IIurrMAN, of thla office, baa I A child was born to the wife of Joseph For Rent. About 40 acres of tobacco A. nice saddle Stallion, S years old, by On Tims. gene down to Williamsburg, to help Bro. Eubanks, near King's Mountain, last week, land and tor sale 500 locust poets. Mrs. E Nswktrk on the lima, for a few months. IT. . JiAWHON. Mn. James F. Zimmehman, of the which was entirely without arms save a B. Jones, Stanford. Jeeee Martin, of Woodford, sold this AdioaU, was hero jwterday interviewing short stub running from each shoulder. week to Carrithera A Beard 20 tbe people and darUg the day made ua a Mrs. Eubanks says that during the lonj of ber husband lut fall a Tea Sticks of ITiT sod 10 barrels of Corn, near mules at $120 per head. pktMBt call. Morelind. J. 31. CAtlTEH, MllledgtTllle. man waited on him and with the armless P. P. Nunnellyeold to D. W. Trlbble Mn. John W.IxiiH red lived a tele gram from the physician atundlng bis eon, sleeve kept the flies off tho sick man. The a horse for $85 and a 15 hand mule for at$110 to T. J. Foster. Wed IiOgan, to come to Louisville at once ludicrousnefs of the action lafrequently . I offer for tracted her attention and she of the opinion J C. Caldwell bought af Louis Rout, C5 Four Hontts and sale, privately, 22 Acres that he waa djlBjr. Lota; also Mr. N. Bid Putt, of Louisville, hap- that the clrcumstanos caused the monstros- head of nice, fat aboats, averaging 111 of Land- ism pounds at $3.75 per cwt. I Advocate. pened to be in town and assisted the Gold ity. I will sell as a whole, or In lots. It Is tb prop- stable of Hon: T. J. Megibbln's entireJ. T. Laslzy writing from Branford, and Silver Band in the music at the Rtnk erty ot the late A. F. Smith, dee'd. A. C SMITH, Admr.. Friday night. He eaya there ii not anoth- "away down upon the Buwanee river," in race horses, 17 in number, sold at New 10a-Crab Orchard, Ky. composed of such Florida, gives a glowing account of the York at an average of $870. Vallasla sold er band in the world fruit and vegetable prospects there and la for $1,700 and Miss Cbarsaer $1,500. thorough gentlemen and accomplished Dr. Steele Bailey lost his fine Imported convinced that more money can be realized upon a smaller Investment there than in Jersey cow, Silver Flagon, which cost him Desiring to change my residence, I offer for tale LOCAL MATTERM. Job F. WATxas. Thomas D. Rase v. any country he his been becauss of the $300, a few nighta ago, of milk fever. She My Beautiful Suburban Home, even temperature of the climate. Bran- - had recently given birth to a heifer calf, Harnem, Saddles, eto , at W. & K.'a. With 10 Acre of Land attached, 1 mile west of hi ford is but two year old, yet It already has which is still living. Lancaster, jne nouse is goou, so are me We Invariably charge 6 cents per line for there U a good orchard, Ac. Terms enual At the combination sales of Woodard a population of 100, with seven store, a to cash. Address me at Lancutor, Lock Box 80. obituaries cotton gin, saw mill cutting 35,000 feet of A Harbison and W. R. Braefield, both of 103-- lt Jt. It. NOEL. of all kinds done at moderlumber per day. one railroad and another which occurred in Lexington during last ate prices. Peter Ilamton. striking in that direction. month, 487 horses have exchanged hands Valuable Mill Property for Sale for the enormous sum of $152,512, a general Pure New York Eirly Km, Peerless The New York World has heard of Bob aversgo of a trifle over $313 per head. The property known as ihe Uuitonvlllo Flouting Milfs will be ottered hx salo to the highest Burbank and Beauty of Hebron Irish po- bitt and thi is what it says of him: Fon TEIUI8 CASH Olt 30 1)4 VS. THl Tin and best bidder, on We have heard of several sales of lambs tatoes at W. II Jllgjina'. taicc Fox Bobbitt, representative from Lin for early delivery at 4 to 5 cents per lb, We did not know that our friends were ro Innumerable till we started th Grocery business reSaturday, April 10th, 1880. coin county, is described as the most unique cently, and It gives us pleasure to state that our Irade Is dally Increasing. We JellTer all goods In or Al'lEK this dale the charge for this paper and for June and July delivery at 5 and coruinodlously locatodat and pictiirvtque fixtue In the Kentucky This property is new, wlthlnamlleorsoofUOWJjANDorStanlord.sowhcntnnocdofanythlngln the way of r, and the New York Weekly 11 Ul will be 5 cents and the woods will be full of buyHustcnTille, Lincoln county. Ky In a flno farmLegislature. He U forty years old, a bachCoffee, Flour, Meal, Bacon, Laid, Butter, Eggi, Canned Gooda of enry variety, ing region; runs two seta of flour burrs and one Apple Butter, 75 for a year Instead of $2 60. ers. J. II. Grimes, Jr., has just bought $2 badly-fittinis lurnlshed with nmple machinPresrTOS, Jelly, Mackeielln Buckets, Cheese, Crackers, Hominy, Beans, Kiaut, Cskes, Syrups, set corn do.; suit elor, wears n ready made, 1,100 barrels of corn, for $2.2(1 per barrel, ery and the laUr appliances and la capable of Cabbage, Potatoes, Onlona, Dried Peaches and Apples, Ditei, T Igs, Oranges, Candles, IlAitNCra and Svldlerr cheaper than of clothes and through the meshes of his lolnc lirze and excellent work. shelled and delivered at D. L Mcore's dis The sale will bo pMltlro. Terms mado known Lemons. TobaccoClKara, Quecnsware, Tinware, Lamps, Chimneys, Csa 1011 and almost any thing anywhere at Peter Hamton's Boot and beard one can see a narrow pieco of tspo you can raontlon, In our line, corns to our atore and wo will aipply you at prices customary and on day of sale. Harrodsburg Democrat. tillery. Bhoo shop, near Dr. Huffman's office. crusted underneath the collar of hU cotton ir. 11. SMITH, satisfactory. WATERS & RANEY. County Court. Yesterday was an exPresident Uuitonville Mill Co. Wo hare added a big line of Plain and Fancy shirt and pinned together for a necktie. ceedingly disagreeable day and the crowd PlowbI Plows I The old reliable Boulh-Ben- d But oven in this di'gulse Mr. Bobbltt wishHarness, Saddles niid Bridles, also Plow and Wagon Harness, and Hamilton turning plows at your in attendance was not tip to the average. Female College es it distinctly understood that he is "a pur-ftc- k Manufactured and warranted by the reliable firm of W. It. Carson A Son, whose work stands the dnys. Melcalf Business of all kinds wa dull. own prlra for the next few Capt. test every time. Prices always satlafaetory. Coma to see us. guntlemau, h." STANFORD. KY., Watr3 A Raxxv. Bush reports about 150 mountain cattle on A Foster. , III.M A MAN who gives his name as Dt. J. the market of a very unsaleable quality ALEX. S, PAXTON - - PRES. D. M, FciuiY & Co.'a Beans and Peas in Manning acd claims that he can cure rheu and most of them were taken away unsold. bulk. Garden Seeds of every description The Second Term of the present session will n and kindred ailments, A few of the best brought from 2 to 3 in nackscea at A. A. Warren's "Model matism and paralysis Feb. 1st. 1880. LocatUn pleasant; discipline went to old man John Young, who has been cents. 20 head of broke mules on market, VlnA v.nl Arm- - In.tmMInn thorouorh. PudIIs le-Grocery." MEBCHAKT TA1XOU. Bend for circular. paralyzed a long time, and told htm he some demand for home use at $100 to $125 eelredatany time. The town clock has been stopping every could cure him so that he would be able to for 3 and 15 hands high. No I hare receded and still recoiling day or two Sunday morning it broke a walk ta church Sunday. Ills price was $50 horses offered. spring and stopped short never to go again payable when he waa cured, but $10 wss 'till Capt. Richards made a new one. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. IhaTaafirat-cUsaQermaBaker and can get necessary for traveling expenses and he . .... Comprising the best in the market, which will be up aU klnda of Baking In good style, auch aa The sum was have thai in advance. TeaCakea, The candidates for County Attorney, Wblta Bread, ia reported here that the mother of must Pound Cakes, Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Bono m City or Country. Grahaia Bread, and the bandages and plasters were Jailer, County Clerk and Assessor made Jelly Cakee, John Adams, the little negro who went ofl paid Rye Bread, Jelly Roll". applied. The old man kept them on a few things lively last week in the South aide of Bonne, Rolls, Give Mo a Trial. with Mr. F. J. Curran, has sued that genUlngtr Cakes, Ruska, Plea, days and finding no improvement began to the county. Ginger Snaps. Cinnamon Cakes, tleman for heavy daaugea in the Boyle - O- think that he had been victimized. His Large Cakee baked and trimmed to order. Will Considerable Inquiry waa elicited the Circuit Court. I can laws at his suggestion other day by a fleet of roomy skiff, equip- sell cheaper than youWagonbake them at home.will sons and son-inext week and will atari my Bread of Mr. James Baa-ti- n thereupon started in persuit of the doctor homes. Oall at tho Yellow House Thk dwelling-housped with oara and apparently ready .for a call at youryouiseiiee. jMsptcuuuir, see tor in the edge of Casey took fire Saturday and catching him made him deliver up the voyage. No one could guess their destina- and if . A. IJBRI8. ioa-and waa with its contents entirely consum- $10 and Mr. Young Is still a paralytic. He tion until Eb. Kennedy authoritatively aned, so we learn from Mr. John Wall, who says that he experienced no change what- nounced that they were provided for the waa in to see us yesterday. ever in his condition. purpose of enabling defeated candidate to navigate the Lethean waters of Salt river. who read this paEvery boy and girl UARRIAOES. Col. Wm, M. Carpenter is suffering per ought to commit to memory the poetry The Best Newspaper in America, J, IT. Smith ant) Miss Belle Pareons, from a severe bronchial affection. J. B. on our fourth page, which gives the names and by far the Most Readable. distinctive fea- of this county, will bo married Wednesday. Green has been confined to his bed several of the Presidents and the Mr. Henry Menda and MIm Anna days, the result of a cold brought on durAgents wanted eve ryw hero to earn tures of the administration of each from Thuder, bath lately arrived from Germany ing the late trying weather. Dr. Brown is I IV money in distributing tho Sun's PreWashington to Cleveland. DrngS, to make their home in tbla county, were up and able to attend to business under Mnalcal Wall Paper, Wiues, miums. InstrnemeBtt, Chemicals, Books, Iilqnor Messrs. Paxton, Hansford, Van Win- married at Lutherheim Sunday. vigilant precautions. We have a report advantaThe most interesting and Clears, Stationery, Pnoknt Pain to, kle and Alcorn spoke to a fine audience current that Jno. O. McAlister la making Tobaccos, Heaps, Cutlery, Oils, RELIGIOUS. geous offers ever mado by any Newsso long here yesterday and held the crowd Perfumery, Lamps, preparations to remove with his family to Bfackln Fire Arms, paper. 1886 shows a candidates who had come to ttmt thn other Tho Baptist year book of Neodltic. Kansas. No Subscriber ignored or neglected. n Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is iu Charge- of Col. deliver themselves of long pent up membership of 2.572,238. J.B.Cook has returned from Nashville, for all. Thos. Icliara8, who will Itepalr Watches and Clocks promptly and In tho beat had to do it to the crowd one at a Rot. H.C. Morrison's revtral at Cov- handsome as ever. Mirsee Bettte and Mc Something fltyle. neautlfal anil Substantial Premiums In them ington had resulted In 18 additions to Sattime. Saturday will tell the tale for to spend some time in Logan go Gold and otherWatchcs.Valuablo Btandard urday. all. Louisville. Jim McKinney and bride are T tho Best Family Sowing Machlno I(v. It. if, iNoei win preacn at rreacn-ersvlll- e spending the honey moon at Mrs. McCor- - Books, to tho trado, and anuticqualod Hat Sunday afternoon as Mrs. Martha known Last next Sunday at 11 o'clock and at of objects of real utility and inatruotion. mlck'e. G, M. Givena is able to be oat and Blackerby waa walking along the Lancas Crab Orchard at 7. anu attend to business. Burns, the genial mill ter pike a vicious cow rushed at her Rates, by Mail, Postpaid: The new church at Morehead, built taking her upon her horns threw her vio mainly through tho efforts of Dr. Ouerrant, er, who claims direct descent from the AyrDAILY, per Year (without Hunday) $6 OO 50 DAILY, per Month twithout Sunday) lently to the ground, dislocatiog her la about completed nnd will bo dedicated shire plowman poet, wishes It understood aHHHpnrasWiMWsVSSBBMBMH I 00 that he is an essential feature of the mill and SUNDAY, por Year shoulder and breaking her arm. Dr. Held annn. DAY IN THE YEAR 7 OO FOR EVERY I 00 was called and reset the bone and the lady Rev. C. M. Humphrey wrltea that the to be sold with 'it.' We had Hansford and WEEKLY, per Year Paxton as guests for awhile Saturday and well. is doing reasonably Methodist church at Mt, Olivet, In GarAddress, THE BUN, Sew Totk City. county, will bo dedicated next Sun- discovered that after a week of conflict they A Ntano woman, Mary Eliza Hendricks rard could bury the hatchet for a time and day, 7th. who was recently sent to the lovingly In the use of the knife and The revival at tho M. E. church con was brought down Saturday and tried for fork. Barnett has won the reputation here iipuir.UFcsTPR'S KNGLISH.' active interest, and the church lunacy, and being found of unsound mind, tinues, with Only Forty-thre- e of being the orator of the host; but Dawson perThe fsrlKliinl anil rei'w. rt!i'jM lulutlout. Dan Miller la crowded every night. H. ' Asylum. was ordered to the have united with the church. Revs, has intelligent advocates in the Bamo line. Miuuutk u LADIES. A.W sor ... .,-- r sona ,, llpnmtl.t ta i.uaekii rar.nri sii an took her to Lexington Saturday, but Dr i im wiJL to J. S. Postal, of Danville, and G, N. Jolly, CATARRH CURKDI health and sweet breath f WAME Chenault clatmod that she was enclente Pollard. presiding elder, are agisting Bro. dt Shll h' Catarrh I'.omcdy, Tiku 60c. At tVr 1 blrhrsv and t efnud to receive her and Bhe is now in Ttkr Leiuu Nasal injector frte. For sale by M, L. Bourne. tcr'a KalUhH lvtaiintiftl I'll. Somerset Reporter. jail litm. atlv. ial Ladi", ilotj't rm1 T. R. Walton'a Lei everrbadjr go to the election Hum Jon Trot to a dog puller, he would ' t "' cath-edra- l, I Here's Your Got Something to Eat i thou-aand- w w Oat-me-- ! I I I FOB SALE 1C2-1- es FOR SALE. one-arm- ed ti ' s. s; IIei-aiuix- o Wafon & Baoay9 GROCERS, Main Street, - - - Stanford. w Bu-ga- - g 102-t- d Stanford be-el- H. C. (S6-2- n New Goods for Spring and Summer, H- It HTJPLBY. n e M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, DEAIiBUS &ic:- - nn. & STAGG, Stanford, Kyn peti-tion- - Wall Pap8r, ... ... - Furniture, har-mon- tzs poor-hous- e PENNYROYAL FILLS Ku.lil'c falavmi-a- Oases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. . P'' Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, A FP.OLIC nai DOWN IN GEORGIA. THE PRESIDENTS NAMES IN RHYME. r to Amuse II. in tho Olrli and lloy ThtMiiKelves In tho Olden Time. After the writer had grown some older and OF SAN JOAQUIN regularly adopted In the family of "wo uns," nud ran with tho boys ho was alOF UNKNOWN ORIGIN, AND SAFER lowed all 1 privileges of tho young men of tho comnn ity and was told to consider lilm-w- lf TO TRAP THAN TO HUNT. at home, which ho did with a good wilL On a cortaln occasion it was docldcd by tho havo a frolic aSntrnppnl Through a l'artlallty to liar. young ladies and gentlemen toto be on hand at J. W.'s, and I was warned Icy Caught by 3fene of a Deadfall with a few pounds of sugar for sweetening An Army of Wild Hogs nml a Wolf at and acouploof skeins of silk for fiddlo strings. Strings wero scarce about hero then, and thoy .at nay A Surprls. asked you a quarter apiece for them. I was on hand at tho time appointed with tho sweet"I dont know whether thoy do it any more ening and tho silk and ready to go after my out thore or not," said a former resident of "gal" It was different then from now. If California now In this city, "but when I lived you carried no partner with you, you had to in Ban Joaquin county wo used to havo more tako tho chancra, as ovcry man had tho exclu& un than a house ailro at tho quiet little pastime sive right to his own partner. 'When I got of trapping wild hogs. No one over bocmod thero sho was ready with a new homespun io know exactly whore tho wild hofs of tho dross which had never been worn. I, of San Joaquin tule lands camo from, hut there courso, praised tho chock, and the stripo, and thoy are, at least thoro thoy were ten years the fit It only ook six yards of cloth to ago. They probably originated fttni some mako a girl a dress lnthoso days. Dut Bho runaway domestic stock. Theso wild hogs announced that sho was ready to start and wero so shy that it was rare that any one out we went I jumped upon Bark MilL Bho over got a glimpse of one, and then it would lit up behind mo and caught a good hold. Jboonlyby accident. Thoy held themselves And that pony might rear, but she was there entirely aloof from civilization, and it was if I did not como off. Away wo went, and only by strategy that they could be captured. came in sight of J. W.'s about sundown. The This is the way we used to do it: crowd was gathering in rapidly, but no fun A LIBERAL TRAIN Or DARLKT. bad commenced. As we rodo up some of tho "It was no troublo to find whore a drove of girls sung out: hogs was feeding, for they left abundant evi"Now we will have somo fun. Hero comos I nover knew who J. and his gal." dences of their presence. first found out that thoy were partial to barMy partner rolled off liko a bag of rolls. I ley, but thoy were, and for that reason we tied my pony to a fresh tapling and wo wont thought that it was more than likely that the in. Tho girls all yelled out: swine. original stock was escaped distillery-fo- J "Why, here comw J.," liko thoy did not Anyhow, some one discovered that ft there know I was coming, and that I was always was anything a San Joaquin wild hog would on hand at every frolic. risk his all for it was barley, and so wo took "Now wo will havo a reel," they said. "Did advantago of the discovery and went to you bring the silk tempting tho u ild hog to his destruction. The "Certainly. Did you tycr know me to foiir first step in the conspiracy against him was The old lady wanted to know where the ihe building of a corral, or pen, big enough to sweetening was, as sho wanted it for the hold a dozen hogs or so. In one side of the "gals." W. B. spoke up and said by all was set, which as means give it to the "gali;" wo would get It len a heavy drop-gat- e raisod up and held in position by a ropo that back in kissing them. Wo took our partners, extended to the side opposite. The ropo was away went tho fiddle and on went tho donee held taut by being fastened to a sort of figure-fou- r long ono. Wo diriced for a while and drop, vt hlch tho slightest touch would then wo would playiwhile. 'Old Sister eprmg. The corral Was placed on the trail of Fheby,' 'Johnny Browii,' It rains and it a drovo of hogs. halls,' 'Tho Lotfacn bridge k breaking down,' The next step was to lay a liberal train of and 'Tho big cat kicked out the littlo caft Th barley from the gate of the corral somo disoyo' wero among 'the lavorilo plays. tance from it along 'tho trail. Barley was beauty of It was evtsryjilay wound up with tcattered about inside, the pen, thickest about a rain of Unrrs It was a glorious frolic. the gate, and gradually thinned down as the Tho kissing made all hands feel liko they wer e deadfall was approachod. As soon as the at homo. The writer made a small hogs struck the of barley they followed and liked to have caused trouble by it up, crowding and pushing, and each one merely an oversight We were paying a trying to get the biggest share, I supposo, play whore kUsing was mixed up smartly. Just as natural as tame hogs. When they One young lady was using tobacco and snufl was in her mouth reached the gate in they rushed, the first one freely. Her tooth-brus(topping where the barley lay thickest, until and a little stream of amber ran down at Ihey were crowded further in by tho squeal- each corner. I kLs&cd hor on the cheek. She ing, greedy lot behind. It was only a mat-c- r stopped the song and yelled out: of a few seconds before somo one of the "J. is nob playing fair. He kissed ms on loaders had to be jammed up against the the check." Down would loadfalL That settled it. I begged her pardon and meekly asked her me the heavy gate, and there would usually to hold her face around. Doing so I bussed &o a dcvul hog or tw o in under it, and a dozen hor squanly in the mouth. But this runtored f choice fat porkers inside. The old fellows peace and tho frolic went on. W. B. was in ve butchered with rule balls on the spot. If his right cloment He called all the seta and Ihero were any young pigs in the corral we arranged all the couples. o frolic could get lassoed them and took them home for future on without him. Uncle Jack was thero, too, eferonce. and along toward tho morning hours hs UI never saw a drove of wild hogs loose but wanted to dance. We began to Svj signs of mce, and from what I saw of them and their Men began getting noisy, dancing iiethodi then I was satisfied to hunt them stronger, and betting on their manhood, and -- vith barley-baite- d corrals, and leave the free finally wound up in a little row; but with a ind open chase to somo one else. I was out few skinned heads and soma bruises, about thoottng birds one day, and as I was passing day all made for their jartn.ers-an- d. xarried through a dene thicket to got to an open th&mliouIe'toTHnYand fix for another frolic where good sport I heard tho soon. Franklyn (Ga.) News. g snorting and of wild togs. I thought some one bad a corral set Fate of Poor Old Marshal IJaaasoe. tear by, and had got the dropron some hogs Talklnc of Eta&io, I WvBSJdUS&Vthat I drew toward the edge of the Marshal Botafeo k living 4a that city in a Li usgal. JJilck"et, and .then it seemed to me that the state of actual want His wife, who was a inbrtlnjj was too voluminous and the grinding Mexican Ualrcai, has left him, taking with ioo and penetrating to be anode fortune, which was settled on by a docen pemird-uporkers, but I kept on. herself. The old man wrote lately to one of IVhoti I reached the edge of the thicket I his military iriandi & Txrbt aMjKtfc jeered put Jnto, tie open. 'Well, that's all I krattrtb which'be Jid. 'iVad'ho desire to 'proceed further. He had trie1 to persuade the Empress Eugenia 'liU. WILU HCKia AND thk wuLr, to.ajd hta,JBut that lady had never vouch"Such 'a sight I never saw before nor since. safed a response to bis letter. Yet, if the 1 think di'ere must have been 1,0W wild hogs, marshal bad any claim on aayoBointhe f all sizes ages and sexes, congregrated in world it was the empress. Ho wrecked bis hat oyckt. They huddled together likB free- own career and ruined his lif0 by hk f trrid men at an ward meeting. Each and Bonapartdsm. Very individual hog was mad very mad. And she, who has bow no actual claims Their bristles stood up all the way from their upon hor, having neither family or friends, way down their backs. Froth flew might very well Ixave afforded to settle aa lars half About la that undulating masM like foam on a annuity on the old soldier, who was too llage gleamed from ardent an Imperialist to bo a genuine patriot Ttorm4uhed coast, very eye, "and voiced itself In'every snort I One of Bazaine's former comrades, an old Jtood thore, peering out on the extraordinary general, ,whp U himself tar from rich, sent iceno, wMiing myself ton ndles away, and the marshal $300. What a dreary eodiag to .lot daring to move, for fear the furious mob a career that 'began so orillirntly l When he t hogtt Would detect mo and parcel me up entered Mexico at the head of the French inoBg them. It 'was five tuinuUw before I troops, bow dazzling seemed Ids future prosliscoverod what was the cause of this turbupects! And a year or two ago tho ambassador lent gathering and the object of Its fury, of Franco at Madrid chiaced to meet M. and rvhen I saw, In the midst of the. wild Mine. Bozino at ono of tho official bolls. Tho a poor, lean, and haggard wolf,'gath--tre- d minister summoned his staff and his family at together on the top of a rtumii, just once rind with them quitted tho tieyond the reach of the biggest Iwar In the Fortho French .government has commanded irovo, and witn tho most abject look of ter-it representatives in Spain nover to associate on his face that It was passible to express. of Metz, nor even to remain with tho I don't know what the wolf had done to bring at any traitor entertainment where he may be his ayenglug urniy of hogs down upon him. jresent Paris Letter. -1 was thli Vulpine, unfortunate, . romliling, and haggard, (torched on a pinThe Vo of Oil at Sea. nacle barely large enough to give room for In an article on "TboTJsoof Oil at Sea," asls fpur feet, gazing out over thU waving bca by Lieut John P. Holditch, It N. R., the He was a cowardly, f 'upturned cuthor says: "Tho rtults I have obtained . bloving wolf, but I ftdt sorry for him. Are they; Fish, or colza oil, only is of any "Tho hogs never let that wolf real a second. (tood; It does not matter how dirty it as long omo bl,j fellow would lift liuibolf up against thick. Running- - befo-- e a galo one. Mild, w itli n nnort liko a as it is not 1'", .fctlLUUt-P- "naturally expends much more oil than 'laying : Irmtlerclnp, and quick as n flash tho wolf to,' you havq so inucu more water to ou. rvcuM turn his face that way Then nnother Carefully oxpouded, oho quart ftTjhre! hours brute would juiii; up and let go for running, one pint in four hours forlayirig I iwl, and around th wolf wuM go toward will bo sufficient Tho means I used was lini likiu ilit.1 And it.wjnt nil around u, canvass bag (No. t), with large holes a . he htump, and it was n wonder to mo how with a needle. I havo heard nhat terronzoil wolf ijimmgeil to ktvp hisfoot-.n- g stabbed of oakum being saturated withof a oil, bundle on tho &tumput all. I)y uuA by I got and then put in a coaro' unny lwxg, which I r.lred watching the proceeding, find,! thought of, pf oil being Z would try un exiwriment. I rukcsl my gun thililc would mlmlt Tho a thicker towing i3 place for used for the time, Knd flryd in tho ail'. That was the climax. not .aft. Whether in 1'he wolf hadn't calculated on that With the undoubtedly forward, be used succos-ifulloil could I -mind. ejtort ot,tiio gun he lost his piv me of say, but I doubt He leaped ten f"-- t In th nir and came ilown cannot tho wind, tow fromIt When running each cathead, und fot nvjy. A thousand uilnill lief ore is 03 safe as anything can be at sea." jiwks were ready to receive hlhi Th mm was tho ship ' ' Excliange. . ' n wildiyellr Thou ikno.sW wolf tilled ' the ' Mini tlio vengeance of the wild hog 'tlrn Culinary 'tfems. Some ltatlicr-Quce- r wn exMiplcto.-- ' Xuw York Sun, ,Tlio Grmons,iwho havo always boon for heavy eating, furnish us with How to ItfiiHue .in ArtUt. some curious culinary items. In the middle Toa kiow huw jou 1ecameaii urtit. You ago? the goote was the grand dish among nud Kini all olwut cSitarutcuro tuy them, but they also ate crows, storks, crariai,' .i)'l hitfli lujh'' and middle dl.tatiivsand heroas, bwous mid bitterns thene lost named ki11m, and away you go. dishes being arranged in a circle of honor thur Italian Vnen vou l.n." this liook you buy a lot of around tho goose, Tho goier or European1 . utwl hivil,; m.utiired all ,i3iiiU and brs-iiU3dogflh;' the dolptilnpftu'deVen iho toJiiiwilrti'-- i of art i'i Its broadest and vultujej Uvi hiia wefoj calpu, while a t guinea rniKjtt form, yuu steal a rno out of a pi;; was oonsiderod a very groat delicacy. rtBighWwrVganlen and try to paint it. You All their ftxidj wero highly spiced, and sauces 50 and 'gather a lot of woods on tlio Alameda emlliM in their variety, tl rvo or four kinds muit.hu or outat the Freidio and you paint Mu:; served up with each ilkh. In these eheni,!Everyb6dy says thoy'ro lovoly, aiul MiuewjwjMriiiwcewnnaHion.clovwJKlnger, fjheii jwi're un nrtiit Then somelwdy comes garjlcsalf.-p-n and plmeatoconUjnd&i'for the aJcn asks wb in thunder palntd those mastery,' uud the more decided tho flavor tho You kick him out, and then' you better tho cook. Chicago Herald. tlirow oway the jxiinU and ttiiujrs. He's told l'roof JlTtlJjpoVHl Tell. tio tiiiVlt. You know it, but you never e Out of twenty-fou- r, Jihat havo Win. Chronicle "Undertones." t'ed WILDHOG hod-bee- - George Waiblniton, the gocd sad great, Was called to nil the Cbslr of State: And itooJ first In the President's line In seventeen hundred ande IgUtynlne. Two teimi tho honors well he bore, more. The people new and loved him Immortal fame, 10 nobly won, Atttndi the name of Waihlnjton. Youb Hair should bo your crowning glory. Aycr'j Ilnlr Vigor will rcstoro tho vitality and color of youth to hair that lias becomo thin and faded ; nnd, where tho glands nro not decayed or absorbed, will causo a new growth on bald bends. vigor youthful ftraTT tlio the hair bo color and to old X ot preserved ncf Head tho following, from Mrs. O. Kortou, SomcrvIlle,Mass.: " I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho past 80 yenri; nnd, although I om upwards of CO, my as hair is ns abundant and glossy y when I waa 23." T"ri assured, that a trial of Aycr's Ilalr jDJu Vigor will convlnco you of its powers. Mrs. M. . QolT, Lcaihillc, Col., writes: "Two years ago, my halrhaing almost entirely fallen out, I commouccd y my the uso of Aycr's Hair Vigor. Lair Is 29 Inches long, fine, strong, nnd healthy." , to-daTo-da- GRATITUDE IlUhri AtlaiM Cmuli'uHm. ! FOR COUGH8 AND ORo Jl Ul cor wo hand you a letter from grateful heart, which was .ent to and pub. Usbed In tho 'analy.tlne, Texas, HnlerprUe, without our knowledge or solicitation, and wo dodre toglvo It publlctlr through your columns. Then Adams, with itateaman'e still, Did execute the people' will; And ieentd stood In the work begun to eighteen one. From 'nlnetr-seve- n called to be Thefl Jeflerson wai And held third place In this new line From eighteen one till eighteen nine. Then Madlion itood la the war, And Albion's lion kept at bars And the good he did was plalnlr From eighteen nine till iTnten. Monroe hli doctrine ttatcd clear, "No Kingdoms wanted over here;" with iklU did drive, And thellbertr-ca- r FiomaeTenteen till 'twentr-uTe- . Then John Q. Adams secured the rlace, After a long, exciting race, And wai the flrat of the old line U'l 'twentr-nlne- . From 'twenlr-flv- e Andrew Jaekion then appeared endeared, With a patty name that Is much And made new Democratlo leaven 'iweaty-nlne lt"c KarncHtty Kutvcat Every Suffer filer iToiiifm irio Nee Thlnto Haul It Carefully tiiitf ire. TbeguardIinofourlllertT, RENEWED 5 oTS-- S From till 'thlrtr-ave- took up the reins. plalni, Which bound the mountains to the with groat skill the drive was done Van Buren tbtn And From 'thlrty-Mvc- n till 'fortvone, r Then Harrison, a atern old Whig Was Captain made of tho Uobn brig, But died ere scarce be hid begun His cruise, In eighteen fortr-o- Then Tyler, who had bee a first mate, Was Captain made of the a'alp of Slate, And manfully to tall did Ktrlte till 'forty-flT- t. From 'forty-on- e from Tennessee, James K. Polk, Was next our President to be; lie restored the Democratlo line From 'fottyfire till 'forty nine. , mla-tak- all Then Taylor did la triumph , With the fame he won la Mexico, To the Presidents chair In f.rty-nlnAnd Hslorcl again the old Whig line. But death put an end to his career, ""' When he'd been President t year; Fillmore me to U And Millard The President till lheold Whig coon, which had grown quite tierce, Wat choked to daUbiy, Who restored purs .Democratic loaren, e till 'fifty seven. rrorn e. 'fifty-three. 'afty-thre- r, Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho hair rcgalus Its youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. P. Williamson, Davtdson College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C, writes: "I havo used Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. It Is an excellent preservative." Xyxr tho use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. J5 X A. Dadiuan, Waterloo, Mo., had his hair restored to Its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, and very gray. He writes : " Only four bottles of tho Vigor were required to restore my hair to its youthful color and quantity." Aycr'sU'drVlgorcurcsdh-TTCTTffl eases OLSS KX of tho tcalp. V. II. Foster, rrlnccton, Ind., writes: "I liad been troubled for years with a dlirato of the scalp ; my head was co eml itli dandruff, and the hair dry and harsh. A) ei's Hair Vigor cvo mo Immediate relief,' clcaned tho scalp, and rendered the hair soft and pliable." U Moravian Kails, N. C, Nov. W, "An ounceof prevention Is Ma, KKiTOa hotter than n pound of cure," and n pound ot euro la better than a ship load of argument In your columns. I saw some time ago an advertisement of a medicine called Bradfleld'a Female llegulatorand the wonderful results from Its use; and aa my wlt had been a attfTerer and an Invalid Tor rir prolapsus tb ofvkars fromand painful and congesmenstratlon tion the womb and the doctors could do her Iioroo.1,1 was persuade to try the rrmedy. Bo I sent for two bottles, and the result was .ho Improved so much that I sent for another packsA and ibe la now able to do ber household work and Roes about wherovcr .ho pkatet. I am confident shad, permanently cured. I sent for a lot ot this wonderlul female to aell, and ciery bottle that I have disposed of ha. given complete satlsdtctlon, and the result, aro In every case all that could lie ilealred. With thanks to the Knlerprbe. which d called my attention to It and to the riegulator Co., the proprietors of this ureal Ikjii, I am gratefully vours, J. W. Davis. p. 8. Vou can publish this or not, vou see fit, but for the benefit o women, I Brad-fiel- l. t3i Tv ( XT Xj Xj DEI , i..ir,-- ii ,r""" l" It ' , . , iM trill (UMnit .UI..UIIK, twz? 1 3W. fir).t,l lkm -- h,i. . i, I lit .11 . t hi ' rlscl.l Ulllmnl Ikt iilf Bwrils. Mvik, 1 ,IB ult HI Mm lawkllit ll rmp MWk' MnSUfel Hk th Bull. M1'iuiiin9ii.iiieitiruiiiBvst.rr (liw .' ItiitM cr i .1 ii1 " ' " iim ", tht .U.r Sl.tM, rrtiiv ' i"i l Ihii i,nrUi m nl. AtTCRA.tATIOn.AtlaBU.Oa li sill rlubU. ( am not Sraitlil rf II. fries " ,!; t" Coin, Oi.f ( m liothitor .ale by Ur. M. L. 1IOURNK, .ul.n. i.h xiou'aH lijMtwr; raLCsaaar ti Ctulrta TmUi1i. iii i'ukiuai. m r.f4lbl HUnord l)Ol JOII Will. Any one whodoulitstnogenuloeuctiotlliealove can write to Mr. Darls, who will give alt partlcu. OPERU HOUSE -- STAXKORD. KT.- - Iar. fcrd fortur book containing valuable Informs Ion for women. It wilt be nulled free to appll- CnUTIIK ltDlUI.ATOK CX)., Hot M, Atlanta, (la. For sale by Dlt. M. I.. BOUIINK, Btsnford, Ky. BRAIir-IKM) W. P. WALTON, Troprietor Blaeof Btage,20aM. Eight complete set. of eVo. ery. Heating capacity, Including gallery, My lt4onbU rate, to gwt attractions. X Orand Coiubi nation THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And the Loulstllle Frank Allison, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, STANFORD, Offers bis Mrvlcra to the people Weekly CoiiHor -- Journal One year for only 93 two pipero for Utile more than tho prtc of on. year Ily paying utfl you will rtorlvn fur ot l, the your home with Ibe representative htw.paprr of the rteiilh, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the beat, brightest sad abkat fatally weekly In the United aaasple HUtea. TboM who dealre to fisniliM, ran do so at tbl. offlcv. copy rf th Cburler-Jonrn- Ayer's Hair Vigor, I'KL'PAHED Or. BY KY. M-l- tf' J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. For sale by all Druggist. of 8 anford and vicinity. Iongxpeileaceand careful aitratloa Ilulldlng material or guarantee satl.laciion. ery description furnished at low rates. y. par Oaurler-Journa- h Jame Buchanan, from the Keystone State, An honeat man, though never great, a till 'slityone From Prepared the way for Ibe storm tocomt- Then Lincoln, tnownas "Honest Abe," Won honort that will never fade mr WhenSiJMde J,S JJoton.atroos and And saved fcom. wreck the ship of Stato. Ills wotkb Kan in 'sixty-one- . through fate 'twas denj In 'sixty-fir- e And Johrson n led tin ml of his time, Which ended In eighteen alxtyclne. 'nfly-Icve- Ague Cure IS WAItUANTKD to curt Finer and or Chill Fever, He mlttcflt Fever, Dumb Ajruc.RlllouslevrJr, LVm), Uttr Dengue (or 'llrcak-bone- " AKUc, Intermittent AYER'S Dyspepsia & Asthma Can He Cured. nodlwswso prevalrnt as Drs. up DlaorliidUiUn,aBaooe, loo. thaimost to the tm. preMiit time ba. baffled ihe skill of Ibe of the chronic physicians. nor t have their o'Ula In Dyspepsia. The simp, toms are loes of appetite, los of tleeh, a feeling ol inline., or weight In the stotaath reeaalpnal Ba. ,ra or vomiting, acidity, .flatulence, dull pain In Ihobeu, tlha en nation or heaHpesa or low .plriU, neis .allow skin, derangement of kidney., and not of the heart. unfrtnuently ralpllatlon If you are auaetlog wtth any of those sympUm. There ts perhaps Two-thtrdls-eaa- al iiiiiaEr" -- 0) lcuiCVlt( MtwilAit l CwttAto lit iio- - t 6. Complaint, nnd all diseases arblng from Malarial pobons. IW. Through Coaohos and Pullman Stooping Can. From rod-oy- -- Ixpectl Then Gen. Grant, eoloapetent, In the field, waa made our Pieaident; Two terms to him were freely given Frwa 'alxtyolns to 'aeventyevjn., Then BB. IUye, by aatroke of fate, Wblch bad the lone of aerea to eight, And PrtsIdenttlllelghty-OBi- . w I Waavlctorjnthoraceheraa, iimi&mld. V f "ITarpcrs, S. C, JitIi9, 1884. "For eighteen ttiontte Ifuf-ere- d xvitlv phflls and Fcycr, having Chit$ cviry other day. After tririnV various remedies rccdniihcnded to cttrc Txiscd a bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and "have never nince had a chill. ELtWIft' HARPER." Dr. DR. HOLT'S I.ouiiivHlu to CblcMge, ClHClUBHtl tO CtsiCHKi Dyspeptic Elixir wilij cu'hk you. For sale by Dr. M. L. Itourne, blinford, . yli aty.7S-- InttlanupnlH to Chicago THROUGH TIME TABIifc VlaUulsrilUi Lt. loulvlle-.- .. Arr. ljiTr-ett..J.- .. I J e p haai&auced. out-do- or with true Christian gracej A few short weeks did flit the plsce, V a iw"- In rtl tl A Aa prorautqj sake. Ko theood efthe land and the people Wo to the nead who did the deed, of the neosle bleed. .a. th. Maj btsnaaen oUlrlon be lost. When crime waa wrought at such fearful cost. Vice Pmideht'Arthur, In the "hour of eilef, a tilled to tbepoti 01 iu And the work of the nation did retire, to 'eighty-fivFrom 'efghly-on- e n.r.Und sained the day, Democracy again had away, And And caused all industries w Inelghleen hundudaod lgbty-flvdo, Great thingi we look tor him to twonty-twWno'ae numbered President And whin he's run hU four years' rac, May another good Democrat taks his place. Th.n jjw - at J. C. mETAltT.n BY Ayer & Co., Xowell, 'Mass, Sold by all Druggists. Chicago.- MYERS HOTEL. E. - ... y .... a ra I I I to p m I JO p in I i ( p ta JO a m g 00 a m Vis Cloclnn.tl Lva. Cincinnati .- .M hrn Tli bwii BEST i.-a. STAFFORD. KT. Propr H. BURNSIDE, l (7 JO a ml J Opm .. I Indianapolis.. p u II JO p m Arr. Chlrago. .... .m. IWpml SWam Dili j f tally eirept Bunday. fi sure yonr ticket reads via the ii.u chi, e. n--.. n, in e. o; L ..Umid u, .i u i. cf.'t health, and the true way to insure health Is to purify jour blood with Aei's Sana-partilMrs. Kllra A. Clou?h,.11 Arlliig. 'ton St., Lowell, Mii., writes: winter and aprlng my family, Including myself, ute several bottles of Arr's Kxperlenco has convlncetl mo that, as a powerful icr This Old and "Well Knpwn Hotol Still H&inUlns iU High Roputation, AND MONON (U K. "Ery Iti Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be riecond to no Country Hotel in the State in iU Tare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort ef their Queita. A. A ail'y) a tl Is the quickest, the Utt and most dlrrcl line lo Chicago and point. In the Northwest. Ticket, via Ibe Monon Route on .ale at all principal ticket office, fur rat., map and lull In formation, addrea WM. 8. DALDWIN.O. I. A , Chicago. A. J. U'KEILL.Y, O. rl. A , Louisville. Houria, wreq Salra. m.l..lL'.u. n h rirli 'tat Cutt. BrUfset Sores, Salt Ubeum, Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped . . I ll AVIn .....- . - Hands, tauoiaim, vtu. " cures Piles, or'no pay required. I, and poaltlrely Bucklen'a aatlsfactlon, or money Is gusranteed to give perfect refunded. Price Penny AUcAUster. cenU per box. For sale by Blood purifier, It Is cry much superior to any All other preparation of Sarapnrlll.i. persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, and especially dollnitc children, are sure to bo greatly bom lltrd by ili use." J. W. Starr, IjuomI:i, lnwii. w rliei: "For year I was troubled with .vmfu-jdU- s compLiliit". I tlteil m Hi.il dliTi rent pVepnratlntu, which did ni" little. If nuj , good. Two bottles of A jot's effected a complcle cine. It l my opinion tlirt thli mnlleliif Is th- blooil Bats;.: to aid fro as the will be eoaref free of charge. Special aeeoasnodatloaa to Comnerrlal Travelers. The Bar will Iwajs aaprtled with lk ekolee.t brands of Llqaors aad Claars. if CHESJIFEnKEIlD roa OHIO R,. Kcnttick3H Itouto Eant Washington, Philadelphia and New York. con--ount-e, 1830 THE COURIEnJCl'iirU:, : The only line running ball-roo- Wonderful Cures. W D Hoyt A Co , wholesale and retail Drug, gists' of BnmeOa., WiV'We have been aelllng DBeo7rr,leclrio fitters and Dr. King's Ne Bucklen'a Arnica Salve for twj yens. Hare nitglvs sutb er handled gooll that aell a well, or aitlsfactlon. There have been some or Mut-there- l"t LIVING IDEAS AND LIVr. I5SUC. am tM.nr or aioiiojrallra, Ullrth am, Hit 1 ' Jir hplrlt ufSei tliMittl t.lri.' . ruLLSAX Nnrr sli:i:i'i.V(i caiw A SOLIdVrAIN Louisvillo. Oinoinnatl & Lexington, to Washington Oily, Connecting In r0J tul. unlvenat meee raememo iu iu.. wi uderlul cur eflVcleJ by Consumptlcn city. Ssteralcaies of proaounted n r, bvrn efltltely rured by the tiseof In cinncc-Ho- n ot r. tltg's Sw Discovery, taken wlth'felM.'rlc BltUr.. We guarantee tbem .(1) -Hold by Penny JiMcAlliter, s Puritsr of tho day." C. II. L'p.ou, Nihun, N. 11. i writes: "For a nuiiibir of i.i)s I Wai troubled with a liumor In nn vjeo, 'and tumble to obtain relief until I taken I hflT using Aycr't pvoral bottle, am (,'witly lenr-fltemil believe It to be thu best of blond ThCiflr.Ionrirfl (llrar Virtrr i T! J, ll avkuuvldi H(rtterU lira NeMtp.per ol tdo South. Is Deinocr I 3 ti ,, mi.f Umt.lx.l, on I nil II Hit U (v iwlltl. -- 7,, lhepnidejot with U rrxtucthn el tho Wjr Taiet pHipl liy Ihe tarllf how In forex. I ij tU. Fast TraintJ for Now York. The Direct lloute to Lynchburg, DjiivIUh, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina l'olnu For ticket, and lurllier Inlurmallnn, iplv to your nearest ttckatotnoi) or address W W Monroe, liiv. Freight and PasieiiEiir Agent lxlnton jwya. (Ong-tiMii- An Enterprhing, Reliable House. alw.ys ba relied upon PtnuytMeAll-fret- n of every thlm: not only to csrrV lu .wck tho bes: . fi.mucli articles a bare iuo lull losecuro .i.. . peo- head-reachin- g the smtanllu? the reputation of bain? ah ple, thctby ever reliable. Having W4J. enterprising and Dr. Kings tho Agency for the celebrated aell It on a Ntw Dhcovery for Consumption, will any and positive guarantee. It will surely cure Chest, every alftctlou el the Throat, ljntfi and welnvlf youtocall atidtonluwourconfUence, (') en I gt a Trial Bottle Free. i. purifiers." it. lluirls, Cici-- City. lt:unu Co,, DAota, wrlto-- ' "I li.ie bun tin !.i, f r the Interne sufiYr , v l.h 1 t 1 Ufe-apast three year. Six muiith' , il, nu r l..u iju ,'illi r in i v h 1m i of i It I, of nmli'T th t ni the (.Hi.iPHt. lis (th;rBBtilc nets U itttlr I It i )Ufla, nn other pt, IlieKfvK' 1 of III i. luii, In tl.( Ms i' unowjof liioueeii rrcm c'liintrv. it p ry s.rtloiKf tl.., World. It ghiili It r. llirutli"Ul tl ovar n Rreater'unoil'Tcf Strill ind Short Stories Lr iKuuiuout ul p"i ui ir I iiik''iii-- . kriUrs than atijf of llii UbJi-htIi- I It U In exiiy r ,ptct a Mcdel Pdltlon' tni I ailly fa per. Is w.ly ne'pap"r Mali, nu; l'nitl lt '. Tho Weekly vimI f Courier-Journa- l mMI' "l ' abUtiiii .li r..rrfi, O.'W.HMrril, iln Oon'l Manager, tlim'J lilcbmouil, Virginia II. W. Fru.KB, r.'r 'i louse ;nty ' ft Positive Cure for Piles. ro thopeopleot this county we would say that. of Dr. Marcblsl given tho .e have guaranteed Pile UUau External, refunded-Interto cure r money Price 50c a box. Blind meedlugorItcl.lugPl.es. Druggists. For sal by Penny A Mc A lister, U-eAg-o- cy OlntiLent-empbatlcally nal. S'aisaparillk It has cfl'eetvd nn eittlie cure, and I nut now in Well u eier," Sold by nil Druggliti. AYEE'S lup-- lias by Tho "Weekly (.'ourior-Journ- al far tho Iior,;eflt Circulation of any newspaper lu Amorlsa. It ll aeknowleilce.l liy prilri nut fj In thr..,ihr,iit tl a I mint Ptntrs to bu'a giml r; Doiii-oorat- lo L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. -- r ; great In eiery tuutn Rrn.it In Tur of tlm w.ird. Hint wr.oJittioul I Into. To l wlUiuut.it U KrMl opportunity lust. Tho vrl o ouce tnl It aro not nillluft to te without It In tlitlr bonles. iu crMtlnslo) Rteatlu enterp.lsi't ; gr.atinll corrwtui'M of greut i; lofortui-tfm- TIIK (IUKAT ,ltislieer WmOUGII TUUXK LLyE ltl THK .jk i ro-i3- for-Bv- hj-Bj- a laughable, openlanfl Bnt unless tliere is bomething to laugh at, your dWt liwgh. Don't cover ooca-do- face with to lauih. ptor hands whn von have fmily at whatever Is --Vou'rb A ifiililt That Slioulil He Avoided, Wout be in the habit of giggling. Laugh 'during this year, Eovon teen aro direct descendants of Hamblcto ulan. Blood will tell Inter Ocean. 2;'J0 !N many By trying og.lnsuJUepIn, may be attained. thing, wmlm-jLiver lluuJr.dsofliorlri.wol bylJney andBitters, Electric cured b. In .((..verrlblDg else bad b.-- ,r Irlfd but vain. So try f you, don't think there Is no me Tberdstomiillolnaio eafe.aopure I a B.od PnrWer. niec.rlc Bitter. X Tuw ' DUtaf -- " III i" affection, of Stomach H c E Urinary Dlfflcul.lcs L a bottl at Penny A Urge UoUle. only Mccnu . McAllster. L'T- you currup. with If gusranteed to Cr.mpUl.it7 IMtaU'. Vlifls M M 1. tf.urne. Por. c ire you .ntr.Wej,ytba ri.BEPr.E3S MUU'18 rn.de -X s t Urrccugh.blk,h'-C,-lup cour-.- IVAaf Can Be Done r lmi-odb- ? o I'rico $1 ; Six bottles, $3. Prepared by Dr.. I. C. Aer A Co., Lowell, Mttts., V. S. A. m, On ri'elpt nf A r- inmt fm tlinu, ei'li'l free of charQo n airapln tupy tit rvkly (J.nirtr-Jonri- il rur I'mulntu buppli inrnt, giving anl nur full II. tof premium, tn anynddri!. FJREE PRErrllUMS. A llt of liaiiiltiitno and iiful prcinlunm f Kreat varli ty nro utlinl fpv o early mliscrlb. SOUTH & WEST WITH auBscuiruoN terms. WeeMy, il'i 'I ViHj, t iclulnuf ctia year, Inrluillriff a fun pr-e- Pullman Palace Sleepers,X.ouiMll!u Atlantis. to N;im1ivU1, JiiUlo Hock, - n ll. 2r,dov..H !!. Set S " m'J uttvn l- to sell threa email tracts of good irin.lna Fork Und, on containing tS leren, ono HO and tho third ISO Acreooufortalile Improvement!), alt the latter rich land with and lu aepanito tracts. Also ItiO AcfCH at Ho. I Knob Land On Mimiu's nap, near Stanford. Alt of this land has been lately rurvoved and any ooo trlablnu to purchase can tee pht ,y cilllnx on me. Will aell low for &ih or nn any rrasonablo time, with Interest at C per ouit, 1. 31. FRt.A XI). tjlasford, Kv B. I havo a uutaber of P. I wish Aere, J .bmoltthttt .n 'r 545 rountlea In Ibe State 7. THAT .,! by HAUK.IM ShlUh'. Car.. '"l:.LJ,.?X,,.J-.- ," " - '' ; (YcaillDcaaud weanling.) that I will tell low and my flue fiiiialea, gd ones stinted to 1th .o r.ut.klr any ofof Plalnvlow, aaunttlnr animal: cr I will Duke M' l" exchange for fat hoi,s. Aiu oserstbckov. f. F ' I'lno SiiortlioiMi XIuIIm, 1 JO a. li pMimuin, For etory lul) of fits names sent us at one time, tho senior of erf Kb Ml I bo sent as a presont any one of .or free premlumi selected by him. fully, rtuiMiiy), ono year Jlfl 00 Duly, (ixrwpt Miml.ij , tU lumitba. b( 1 wl Dally, (I'XCppt HuaJity), out iiimth UumUy, otm yrar Uuo Suuduy, tlx tuoiilli, 1.U0 Ifo IrnvoIljiK ageats nr emplnyd l.y the Coiirler-Jininuf, biitapundlm nl nent It anted fur it III tin (ujnmunlir, tit wljiiiii a jL.rl fnmler-Juiirn'iili commliiiilon U alluvrd. If tho nelglilnir-lnio.linn iiu lixnl agent In your .nml tu us fir nur Ai:ut' Cuutnulug All snli. Uiilht, i Iilrli von u. fiscif flinrire nrliillun orileiii, riiuota fur uuttlts, taiiipla lopUs, etc., siigiiU lo addreerwl to HtoutiJoriT, without - Jl.M , (tir.t tloiiiuoiiion, Mobile uud eu OrlcaiiH. Only ona change to point, lu Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 8oeklng borne, on the line of this roid will receive W. Ifl. HALCJErYIAN, ttUtQuUtJmtV,, i.oin villi;, ur pectal rates. awsco Agenu of th'r' Comptoy lor rat, route. Ac, cr wrltB C. T. ATMOIIR. ( s., '. 3? -- nn