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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886030501 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. iipgflMMe-- Hew VOL. XIV. Semi-MteU- & Ml mfefwl umfiaL 5m STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1886. NO. 104. C1SDIDATKS. u , Mr, Keere Anderson died at the home of his brother, Co). Hall Anderson, Tuesi:. D. KEXMIDY Vubllilictl TttcMttttUK ami Frttlau day, after a long illnte of consumption and It a CtnJIJtt for Atsowor, subject to the action ol -- AT his remains were taken to Lancaster for in tbo Democratic pirtjr. ea a.ivivum. terment Wednesday. Aoua, N. W. i India, Jan. 15tb, 1830. understood If w. credit that 11.50 will be e Nrws has been received from Deer-fielOEOKOE S. OABPEKTJBK Deah iNTEiiton: Tho 'Taj" is, of and demanded. Mo , of the Biidden death of J M. la a Candidate far Coanty Clerk, tubject to the acin Agcourt e, tho central object of interest Polltrd, formerly eif 'his county and fath- tion of tbo Democracy. The guide books speak vaguely of ra W. P. WALTON. er of Mrs. James Dudderer, o' Halls Gup. some Italian adventurer having planned it. J. M. JOII.VSOX Ilisdiea'o wan paralysis But I am bold to say that it U not in the M'ss Htllle Bhackltford, aged about CO, It a Candldato for Assowor of Lincoln countr, aub Oharles C. Moore on Dancing. Ject to the action ot the Democracy. raco to do it. Only a descendant of the died at the residence of her brother in law, The proper kind of dar.cin which makes imperial Abrahamtc stock could have deMayor William Daugherly, Tuesday afterWILLIS O. KAKNETT the yonntc happy In heart, promote their vised or erected such n monument. The noon, of pneumonia. She wsr a member CONTINUED NEXT IS3CE a Candidate lor tho oRlee of Jailer of Lincoln and through it tlit.Ir trior-a- l Solomon of the Moghul Dynasty Shah It physical health, of Logan's Creek Bipttst church aid a con- county, tubject to primary election of tho Demohealth nnd liappinws, and the man who Jehan built it, Su memory of his favorite Remurkable Recuperation scientious, christian woman. Tho remains cratic partjr. the "Exreeds-mein this age of tha world usee the pulpit, the "Sultana Mumtar..i-mahai"-n D. M. Ferry A Co., the were interred in Buffelo cometery, Wednesalted one of the Palace." When about to IV. T. SAUNDEKS press or the leoture stand to make a sweepof Detroit, Michigan, announce that day, after a short service al the grave by ing denunciation of all danclnir, should hi die she asked her royal husband lo place they are on their feet again, and ready and Rev. J. M, Bruce. It a Candidate for Jailer, tubject to tho action ol tbe Dctuocrtcj. . ... a m labelled aa a foll, and stoic 1 away in a over her body a monument that would en- anxious to receivo orders for seeds from ti iur. vteeu i. r i,gan died tnis morning museum ol antiquities among relics of the dure for ages, and he did il. Pare white every one of their old customers, and from at 9 o'clock, at his home on the corner of T. M. PENNINGTON Spanish Inquisition. Boloojon did a great marble richly inlaid with polished color, as many new ones as toel kindly disposed I Third and Walnut streets Mr. Logan was Candldato for'County Clerk ol Lincoln, tub-e.... t many foolish thiols and aald a few wise ed marbles, cornelians, agates and other iunniu ii.cuj, Tl..- - ate in buuuiuuu I. sick but eight days, during which time he It a to tu AUCf the action ol tho Democracy, . All onea, and ons o( them waa that there wia beautiful stones was the material used Ull H.A.nlli. a-ll. ucn wwn aC lUUM'!, oict; uiuci null M..M. ..uln ui suffered from a combination of diseases. recognlred and after i!M) years it endures in freshness tho best quality, "a time to dance." He justly Tho immediate causo of bis deata was periB. PAXTON alo that there w a lime to feel rail. The and dazzling grandeur, as if built yesterOn January 1st their immense warehouse tonitis. Mr. Logan was in his 221 year. It a candidate lor County Attorn.r, subject to the time to feel tad ia when yon citi't feel glad, day. was destroyed by fire. It was filled with He was well known and popular, and a PJmary election to occur tbe firit Saturday In 120,000 workmen, for 17 yeaw, wrought to probably tbe largest stcck of assorted seeds and the time to feel clad la when you don't young man of high intellectual and moral hare to feel cad When there Is a fair, raise this dream of beauty on the right ever gathered under one roof. Their books worth. He was for several years a clerk JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD honest reason why people should feel sad, bank of the Jumna. and papers were all saved and every person with tbo Louisville Banking Company. The Bucket Pump & Water Iaa Candidate for Oiunty Attorney of Thorc old Emperors i elected their burial who had ordered seeds of them will betup they should feel so, and acknowledge it lo His remains will be taken to Lancaster this tubject to the action of the Democracy. """"'" themtclTes and other as far as candor places in lift; uetd them as garden-- ; built plied with his usual stock. They had evening for interment. Times, March ?, Is an imnroTcment on any Pump or Elevator yet would dictate that they should do, but not grand palaces of marble in the centre; and large quantities of seeds in their warehous- Mr. Logan was a son of Mr. John W. JUDGE T. IF. VAKNOW lnTnted. The cupi descending tall of alrand ascending full of water, circulates tbe air from botto extent of making a display of it, a in after death there were only a pair of sar- es on their seed farms, in the hands of their of this county, and was a general faIt a Candidate for to tom to top of cistern or removing wiggles, cophagi to place one over the actual re- growers and not yet delivered, and on their vorite with black dreves and bordered handkerchief tr Judge, tubject to the action oftheotflce of Coun. water bugs, and renderingwell, water pure, removthe Democracy. the all who knew him. Tho syming all color, bad taite or smell. This Pump bat hats for mains, in the vault level with the founda- way from Europe, which together with pathy of many for ladles, and crape around their friends is with the family in an improved chain; no links to get twitted: each more elaborately their fully stocked branch seed store in JAMES W. ALCOR2V gentlemen, both kim now drawing the tion, and another, cup it soldered permanently, and Instead ola link, their terrible bereavement. a flat piece ol galvanized Iron is tred. Do not la a Cadldato tor Circuit Judge In tbe thlt line at mothers In law. Dmclng bat It wrought, in the court above for show. Windsor, Ontario, cloee at hand, and the Dl. purchase a pump unttl you tee this. Very respectlully, The Tsj was doubtless erected in a favor- free and vigorous use of tbe telegraph and Kentucky ought to hare a law to tho ef- trlct, tuijcct to tho action of the Democracy. mean and extreme rlews. One extreme W. II. HIGGINS. as essentially deinora! ite garden of the Empress, whoe memory cable enabled them to secure a new stock in fect that when a man is seen drunk three oppose all danclnc R. O. WARREN. times he looses his right to vote. Since a izlng, the other extreme takes in the licen- has thus been enshrined in the mest won a remarkably short time. tiousness that come under the head o' derful structure upon the planet. Before the fire was subdued they had se- man's voto eftrc'.s not only himself but the Ia a Candidate for to the office of Coin- ' the 8lh Judicial The garden is a paralelogram of GOO cured new quarters and were devoting all public, and einco the average drunkard can J?iMW.MMh.,.A.liorne 'round dancing," and the mean content subject the action of tbe Democracy. JIT. VERNON, KY. plates dancing a. done on the rqnarc with yards by .500 It has ) magnificent gate- their energies to their customers' interests. not be trusted with other people's business, n a double rerity, among one's private friends ways in the centre of each of three sides, In 30 days from the fire they wete in per- It is not only tho right of the State, but its This oM and O. BT. WADDLE Hotel U still maintaining Its One reputation. Charges reasonable. duty to disfranchise him. Not only this, and social equal. Lgitiunlc dancing Is respectively. lich gateway ia a euperb fect working order again. naonwaltn'i .Attorner of Special attention to the traveling public. iZ:..t ,'S?, As an ic palace in ItteK; built of rd sandstone, cunconOned to the heels and leja When we consider the magnitude ol their the drunkard who has t wife cr children to 5! 5LV"! S'm!,". uhJectto thtactlon-o- f u? isuiuviinij fanj I XEH'COJUIB, Pro'r, compllihment it nquires small draft on ningly wrought and inlaid with marbles in butinen, the appalling destruction of prop- support, ought to haro a guardian appointMt. Vernon, Ky. geometricupexquisite patterns of lb wen and the brain A famous beau once insisted erty at the most unfortunate season of the ed to eee that the time and properly which JOHN S. VAtf WINKLE Mr. Web al figures. The grand gardens are in year, we doubt if the annals of history fur- belongs to them is not rquandered iu the on Daniel WeiMter's darclng a decllneJ, but was repeatedly impar iquares the wide intersecting walks paved nish a case of such rapid recuperation. saloons. The average lunatic is more com j Candidatetofor Circuit Judge of the 8th Disster trict, aubject the Primary election o tho Between party to be held tbe lit 8aturday In March. will open a the 20th and tbe last of tblt month, I petent to take care of his family and proptuned by the young man, who finally asked with drmed stone, smoothly .laid running Such energy deserves succes. hindtome line of ladles' and misses' Web-steicambric and linen underwear, the very best qualtomb is in the conat ri jht angles, aud the erty than the average drunkard. of him, "Why dou'e you dance, Mr Pulaski ity, direct from New York. Please do not forget Fashionable Spring Colors. Banner. "Well," laid Mr. Webster, "If you tra of the fourth side of the quadrangle, that I will also open a handsome Una of Millinery W. L. DAWSON April lit. In the next Issue I shall ttate where In fashionable spring colors, all shades must know, the fict U that I never had the and overlooks the river Jumna. my room will be. When Billy Rice, tbe minstrel, once It a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, tub. jiiis H.A7E nvnnnuAn. First, a perfectly square platform IS of bro vn and many of green and yellow capacity to learn how " he At tbe played at Union City, Iod , he so stirred up Ject tot action of the Democratic party. Daccing become tie tur runs a. it begin feet elevMlon pure white marble pave are certainly predominant. In pinks are lovely now tints for evening wear un- the risables of a six footer that the spectaNAM. M. OWENS to rise higher thsn the heels in Lumau an- ment, sides -- all. This tquare is 313 feet some It a atomy. It is dangerous when It gels in the eoch way or 100 yards In round numbers. der lace or transpare it muslin. Primrose, tor was unable lo stop laughing with the Ject candidate for Jailer of Llncotn county, tub- te the action of the Democratic party. rest of the audience. As is customary in BEPBKSK3TW0 arms, and fatal when it settles on the brain. At the four corners four glorious white amber and corn yellow are also to be much such caes the genial end man requested "fancy" dancing is dono with marble minars or round towers, exquisitely uted as foundation slipe under diaphanous "Kound" or D. . CARPENTER, c& $011, the member from Hoop-holto come to orthe legs and the arms. Regarding the part proportioned and 137 feet high. At proper dressei. There are also some exquisite b CMaMjte for Manufacturer! of the Celebrated experi- intervals three ornamental galleries run shades of Persian msuve to be used in der, but this only added fuel to the flame. aubject to the action of the as County Attorney. 6f it done with the lege, I have no Democratic party. The eix footer laughed and he laughed ence, and can not depose. As to that done round thete, outride. Each is crowned by combination with black or while lace. In EAGLE laugher Pierre Bernard used to N. W. HUGHES with the arms, I mutt confess to having a lovely Kiosk. Each, simply a dream, in eraya are imported come rare and beautiful like the 32 North Third ttreet. PHILADELPHIA sing about, and at last arose and walked White, Fancy and Flannel Shlrtt, Overall! and had turn little practice in my vounger marble pure as a snow Link. In the cen- pearl, dovo, silver and creamy tints in suIs a Candidate lor Superintendent Public Scoola Underwear. New York office, C31 Broadway. his laughter increasing ai the free air or Lincoln county, aubject to tbe acUon days It was veiy nice, but I always con tre stands the crowning glory of the place. rah, satin sublime, Ottoman, Irish poplin; out, of tbe Dtmocratlc party. ecitntiously guarded against any possible Minroleum is octagonat and surmounted by and in cashmere vigogne and serge in seemed lo come to his relief. By this time tbe wholo tbeatreful was in a state border 0LUBBIN& BATES. damage by my example by picking a time a dome, the like of which earth contains woolen goods, which are most attractive, REV. A. BOGLE? while the pastel shades in both grays and ing on that of tbe auditor who had withwhen there was nobody but myself and not. The exquisite proportions hide the To thoeo detlrlng additional reading matter we ItaCandldite for Superintendent Public Schools ' will club tbe great height of It 243J feet but the sense browns come in colors capable of produc- drawn. partner around. of Lincoln, lucject to the action of the Democ- ing tbe most artistic effects in elegant carWhen the States are witling to abandon As a reporter, I have in a number of in of lis grandeur as you approach, is over Y INTERIOR JOURNAL riage and visiting costumes. Hedge rose an important function under the tempting stances, looked in upjn fashionable ball powering. St. Pel ere, at Home, which At follows: W. B. WITHERS in this city, and though I am in favor of could hide the whole under her ample pink and a deep rich shade of Venetian lure of a Treasury appropriation, tho Bame l. With the Weekly 13 00 green will compose a fashionable combinabait will induce them to surrender all oth " " Csodldate for Attestor, tubject to tbe action l dome, Impressed me far less, New York World my 2 75 rational dancing, I must sty that ofthe Democracy. " " New York Sun . 3 00 experience ha been that the male and From the front gateway to the tomb, a tion In evening toilets of silk, satin and ers until they Ispie into the mere depen " " Harper't Magaxlne 5 CO Then the female society of our city seem to be lead- tank of water about 15 feet wide with lit- velvet. Whatever colore, however, are cho- denls upon Federal bounty. " " . SWOPE Harper't Weekly 5 20 as they tle fountain Je'ie at Intervals of a few feet, sen to appear in the combination of a toi- work of centralizitlon will have been ac ers and star in the ball room, just " " Southern Bivouac 3 00 It a Candidate for County Clerk " " Home acd Farm approachid the oyster in intellect. I have runs the entire length of the garden. When let, one rule must be borne in mind, name- comptished, and the States, bereft of all to.the action of the Democracy. of L'ncoln, tubject 2 60 In (act, no matter what publication you desire, seen young ladles of our erUtccritio so the fountains are not playing tho quiet wa- ly, that the darker color must Invariably rights and respjiisibillties of we can furnish it with our paper and save you be-- I frame the lighter. For instance, in the will cease to exist except es geopea tne trouble and expense of remitting for it, ciety do at these balls, what would set ter nil cla the Mausoleum, aad we have GEORGE B. COOPER from SO cents to St 50. Philadelphia Rec- It a candidate for this town a fne il I were to tell it in print, two lovely T.JM one in air and one in wa. style so thoroughly at the height of fashion graphical expressions Old subscribers, who have already paid, can Couuty Clerk of Lincoln, tubjeel avail themselvM of thlt otter by paying tne differto the action of the L emocratle parly. and I have seen gentlemen' wives do right trr -- with foundations meeting at the water for ceremonious toilets, that is, tho skirt or ord. ence between 12 and tbe amounts named. colW. P. WALTON, Pro'r, Stanford. before their ees and thow of hundreds of line Oace seen, this is never to be forgot merely the tablier of one material and Bucken's Arnica Salre. JAMES P. BAILEY or under a train or overdress of another, The belt SaWo In tbo world lor Cuts. Brultea other people, that which would make them ten. We had the pleasure of seeing it under the front portion must always be tbe light-e- r Sort, Salt Bheum, Ferer Bores, Tetter, Chapped 1 candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the ac- climb me with a tuning hammer if I were shade framed by draperies of the darker. Hand, Chllblalnt, Corot and all 8k! a Kroptlona, iwu vi iag uemocrauc ptr.y. to dare to mention the names and facts in a variety of aspects The loveliest at and poiltlrely cures Piles, or no pay required. I, night under a full moon the evening we the Blade Runnino Mkktino DATES.The follow- It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money T. D. NEWLAND The obliging curator, Mr. ing list of racing dates for running meet- refunded. Trice 25 conta per ban. For tale by Against all such doings I am ready to left Agra. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI It a candidate lorSherlfl or Lincoln county, aub- or one Smith, had the interior illuminated with ings just prepared is of iaterest to turfmen: TennyAMcAlliter. enlist for the war under a black Ject to tbe action of the democracy. with a crom on it, or any other that propos Uiiigal lights, for us, after we had looked Wonderful Cures. Stn Francisco, Cal , April 3 to 10. Tbe direct through line and old established route X)', D. lloyt & Co , wholesale and retail Drug-glit- a from eslt annihilation. But when gentlemen at the exterior in the soft moonlight, till New Orleans, La , April 21 to 20. SALE. Louisville & Cincinnati to ot Home, Ua., tay: "We havo been telling throw in with such stufl as this the prrq er almost ready to shed tears of relief, for the St. Lonii Nashvil'e, Tenn , April 28 to May 5. Dr. King's New Discoreryt Electric Bitten and Hundred and Twonty-Fiv- o and all points in the West. recreating dancing of happy young piop'e very fullness of pleasure taken in by our Barrola. Memphis, Tean , May 3 to 5 nevllucklen'a Arnica Salro for two years. Hare It is quite the same chok Trains In their home oron the grass in tho wood, admiring eyes Lexington, K., May 5 to 12 er handled goods that tell at well, or giro such Made by W. M. Ball, one, two and; three yeara Two (2) Dally($) Dally from Loultvllle to 8t. Louis. Three Tnltis from Cincinnati all out together ing sense of joy, as when one listens lo mil and propose to sweep it There hare been some old. Apply at once to unlrertal tatltfactlon. Itockaway, May 8 to 20 tost, Louis. S6- wcnderlul cures effected bj these medicine In this J. A. 1. YTLE, Admr. Only an undiscriminating besom they are sic, that enraptures the soul through the with Washington, D. C, May 11 to U 10 ho ura from Louisville and Cincinnati city. Sercral caies of pronounced Consumption doing about as much toward moral reform medium of another sense. It was so good tofct, Louis. Louisville, Ky., May 14 to 25. bare been entirely cured by the uteol a lew botto send m awav from our PIANOS AND ORGANS. Tho Only Lino by whioh you can as the slippered pet who part nis hair, of the LOUD, Md., May 18 to 22. New Dlicorery, taken In connecBaltimore, tles of Dr. Klcg'a got a Through Slooping Car tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee tbem name and coat tail in the middle, and is two week's bleeped work in Agrs, with a Brighton Beach, May 22 to Nov. 25. Messrs. 8. IL A L. J. Cook are Agents for tho alwaya. 8old by Penny AMcAlItter. (t) John Church A Co. Pianos an l Orgaut, wbch From Cincinatl to3t. Louis. up and down on the billowy bosom parting look at the Tsj In Its fairest, puieit heaved Jerome, Park, N, Y., May 25 to June 8 the following most excelhnt Instruments: Blue Gras HUde. beauty, I am quite sure no mere tourists of the belle of the ball Knnbe A Co , Hazelton Bros., Decker A eoa and May 27 to June 5, Cjvington, Ky., An Enterprising, Reliable House. Xr TlT I' the only line running 1VX. through iroin Loultvlll! hveretll'lano. Also. Clougb A Warren and tho JL XIO can oojoy "the sights" a do the Troupe I'ennjr A McAlltter can alwaya be relied upon John Church d Co. Organs. These Instrument! and Cincinnati to St. IxuK all other routes being St. Louis, Mo., June 5 to 10. not only to carry In ttock tho b:tt of every thing are most excellent iu tone, of great duiabillty aud made up of a combination of small roads. The daily tragedies in the life of a great Evaogelistique;'' when work for the Master Sheepshead Bay, June 10 to July 1. All of tnen. are warranted but to secure tbo Agency fortuch articles at hare wedefycoiipntltlon. city are llko the eplash of a pcbhU in a is (he main thing, and sight seeing is only Chicago, III., June 20 to Aug. 1, Inferences -- A. U. Penny, Mrt. The Ohio A Mississippi l&lway runs Palatial merit, and are popular with the peo- fir.1TS. "" fc. M. Curbenter, J. M. Pblllpt, J M. Moore and Sleeping Cart on night trains; Luxuriant Parlook of surprise an adjunct the loss of which would be lake. There is a passing Monmouth Park, July 1 to Aug. 24. ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being al James Biley, Htanfnri; Mri. Maggie Holmet, lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coachand then we go on with our work. little fell or cued for, but the enjoyment Orchard: Qea. W. J. Laudram and Mitt es on all tralnt. o or pity, wajaenterprltlngand erer reliable. Harlng Saratoga, N. Y., July 21 to Aug. 31. Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. Direct and close connections aro made In UNION She wanted her soa arrested on the of which is, just, exquisite under the cir tbe Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's Sheepshead Bay, Aug. 23 to Sept. 21. DEPOTd with diverging lines by the O. A M. New DIicoTcry for Consumption, will tell it on a Praise the LORD, for all, charge of habitual Intoxication. ! wsh a cutmtancei. Hallway, thus avoiding troblesome trans-- THE Jerome Park, Sept. 25 to Oct. 10. Y positive guarantee. It will auroly cure any and fers by other routes. and her last. Bi. nnd l desperate nnorl, Shin Jehan intended building a grand Covington, Ky., Oct. 1 to 10. erery aQectlon ot the Throat, Lungt and Cbeit, Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway is tbe only line was untold suffering. On her way honu counter pert across the river and connect between Loultvllle, Cincinnati and St. Louts Baltimore, Md., Oct. 10 to 23, and tothow ourcontdeace, we invite you to call under one mintgement, running all its (1) with the officer alio suddenly nloppsd, cried ing the two bf a marble bridge, but his im end get a Trial Bottle Free. Washington, D. C, Oct. 20 to 20. tralnt through tolld and In consiuenc la recognized rirst-Cla- u is breaking!" and prieonment by an ungrateful sou who Bouts beout, ''Oh, God my heart Posit ire Cure for Piles. , tween those Cities. It Was IIeu Breath 'Mother,' said a To the peopled thlt county we would lay thit (ell to the sidewalk. In a short while ehe seized his throne, and death, not long after, Apply to ticket Agenta of connecting lines for Philadelphia youth; 'I can not understand wo haTo been glreu the Agency of Dr. Marcbltt's (ull particulars at to rates, time, maps, circulars was dead- ,- New Yoik Ilerald. called a halt to his magnificent plans; so or any desired Information, or write to Haute, I'm alratd she's a coquette. Last Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed ItOlir. H. FOUMAN, his body was laid bsslde thtt of Ilia beauti-pu- l "Gran'ma," said a boy of 0 years "how Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. H'y.Sotrerset, Ky, night, while passing, I saw her in tbe par- to cure or money refunded Internal, External, wife; she In the centre and he to the W. MPEABODY. W. B.SUATrUC, old are you?" lor, and, dropping in, I found her alone. Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 50c a box. Uen. Pats. Agt, Prcs. and Oen'I Msn'gr, left thd' his sarcophagus is the larger and For tale by Penny A McAliiter, Druggleti. Cincinnati, O. "About CO," said the grandmother. When I asked her to marry me she of the two. Both are covered with higher "You'll die soon, won't you, grau'nu?" gave a little Bhriek, and jumped up, ran tthat Can Be Done ? richly executed and exquisitely designed expect to." "Yes, dear, I out of the rotm and let me go home feeling By trying again and keeping up courage mauy mosaics, and the two surrounded by an ocfnnl I cm not understand such things seemingly Impossible rosy be attained. "And when I die, gran'ma, can I he tagonal screen, about 7 feet in heigh', of lie a BPAN10BD..KY. Hundreds of hopeleaa casea ol Kidney and Liver buried side of you?" conduct ' the perforated marble work in complicaShe was around Complaint have been cured by Electric Blttcrt, as her heart warn'But I can, my on 'Yes, dear," said she, W- WALTON. ted patterns for which the Agra workmen here early thin morning and explained it after everything else bad been tried In vain. So ed toward the Utile one, whom she folded don't think there it no cure for you, but try Elecare still justly famous. The sarcophagi all You know she didn't expect you?' is only a part of beauty; tric B. Iters. There is no mediotne to tafe, to pure It published evry Tuesday closer in her arms, Ld Krldey at tbo about the sir, of ordinary low price of Yes and to perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitten the little themselves are but it is a part. Every lady ''Gran'ma," softly wniepered coffins, or a little larger, but equarely fash'Well, she had onions for supper, and will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and nil Dlicaie of "gimme 10 cents." -- Clinton Bugle. rogue, EAU, may have it ; at least, what ioned and not of the repulsive, high shoul- when you popped the question she knew the Kidneys. Invaluable In afioctlons of Stomach TWO.DOLLAItft PER looks like it. Magnolia kiss her if she said yes, and Liver, and overcome all aUrinary Difficulties. be to quickly dered, kite shaped receptacles of our modyou would want to THAT HACKING COUaH.can bottle at Penny A Largo Bottles only 50 cents cured by Hhtloh't Cure. We guarantee It. M. L. ern riyilUatlon. Galm both freshens and and she was afraid you would smell the McAlUter. Bourne. On the tomba of men Mohammedan onions, She told me to tell you to come DP ALL CLiSSM- beautifies. WILL YOU dUFFEIl with Dytpepsla and LivCATAIUUI CUltEDJ health and tweet breath cueiom places Kalamdans cr the pen box arouud to night and pop again.' Phila- er Complaint? SMIoh't Vltallrer l c'laranteed to He. tecuredbr Sbtloli't Catarrh Heine ly. lioutly and Ohaaply Exooutod, cure you. tcrtale by M. I.. Bourne. of the Hast. On tho of wjmen the im delphia Ilerald. Nasal I' ' iter fiie. For rslo by M. I.. I'osrne. $nl wor$oral GEO. 0. BARNES. age of a tablet school-child iaan cash. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lore and ing Else." Noth- cr the common elato of the without inscription generally The idea of the tabula rata see an to be thstahiaher power wilt write, in a language unknown to trortals, the history of the one who lies beneath. A solemn and touching conceit, I thought and still think. Around the four sides of tho sarcophagUH of Mumttzd mahal, are written, in the Arabic character nnd language, the 09 ti ties of God -- according to Mohammedan belief all good, I believe. I am a Mo hammedan, that far, myself. "There in one D," said a greater than Mohnmmed. GOOD-thatlnGO- DEATHS. well-know- ,... V. aJ. ..lli!n ' ct J. S ggngspasynr r. Oil Purifier Lo-ga- n, NEWCOMJ5 MOTE!. ni J. THE LATEST! Dem-ocrat- lc ?' m Poat-Offic- e. J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. e Jacob Miller SHIRT, J. SEMI-WEEKL- Courier-Journa- (en-era- 'i. J. O. & M. !l', e. w WHISKY FOR J. ed Lit-xl- SEMI-WEEKL- Interior Journal P. 31! h Pro'r. A Clear Skin arcxB work. P-l- ce I what was supposed to havo been a ConfedBH. W. B. PENNY, erate soldier, killed during tho war, that Special to tho Imtuior Joukhal. 8TANFOBD, KKNTCCKY. had lain cxpos:d and unburled for twenty which has been approved by the CommitOde not posted or who had never visitOffice on Lancaitor itrrot, text door to Itfta-atoyears and was still in a good state of preser Journal office. Office lioais from 8 to 13 x, tee on Revenue and Taxation, receives lets ed this place would be surprised on stepu.and 1 too r. M, Anrtthetlcaadinlnlelered wbso likely that the prejudice of 181-- 1 jr.) March 6, 1886 consideration at the hands of the House ping from the cars at the appearance of vation. It is Ky., oecoMrr. Stanford, Bat who can the town. It is especially notlcable after this section against the South explains this than the merest local bill. wyxw J W fROYALPtS'.IJ A. O, H. expect better of a lot of monkey? passing through cities of smaller growth matter. oppearances, by con WiLLiAMSMJRO, March 1 A dlstruc-tiv- e SM W. P. "WALTON. tUa- Gen. Barkis, who is one of them, Bays and of unsubstantial fire occurred here this morning, about Drossod Pino Flooring, Gelling, Woathor trast, I suppose. I had thought of course that tho legislators are getting to be worse had improved in tho 1 o'clock, originating in tho Sutton Houte Kiioaras, Jtimsmng Lumuor, Grooti The General is nearly that Williamsburg than monkeys. my last vldt but I and sweeping down all adjoining buildings. Pkisident Cleveland hsa addressed n right. He should have said that they are last 15 months-sln- co Lumber in tho Bough, including message to the Senate in w hlch he cleirly must confees that I was not prepared for It extended to Times Btieot, burning to the Z Laths and Shingles. already worse than their ancestors. elates bis position in regard to the demi'nd the surprise that awaited mo on my arrival ground the limes' building. Lots estimaTJ'ortheconTcnltncoofour emtotnera in d and wlclnlly we haye arranged wllh Oca. of that body for papers filed with him toTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. hero this week, Now business blocks, and ted at $10,000; insurance $3,500. J, L. . lVeitrcn to keep on lilt yarda onanortment gether with his rs&sona for suspending of elegant and substantial brick ones at that, Whitehead fell from his building, serious of our Lumber, where ther tau gn It aa cheap aa A bill has passed the House to charter from indirect. He will alio make ettlmatea for ficials and filling their places with better had been erected; fino residence?; coif and ly injuring himself. anjr bills not en handa, which we will nil on abort tho Deposit Bank of Monticello. does not mince bis words, but fine churches; pared by men. lie JIJeL VJX & VA VIS. not'c'?- home lite cottager; The news reaches here this morning A bill t) fine any one giving, telling Lily, Ky. JM-Ostates tho question like a man who has the a moat beautiful and substantial telephone from Pinovillo, Bell county, of pistol from $10 to 150 atreetr; or loaning a toy a building another killing on Straight creek, near that courage of hia conviction. He says that brick and stone court-houshas been introduced. the papcra addressed to htm were purely that would be an honor and an ormmont place, yesterday evening. Ben and Lar- Mr. Bobbin offered a bill to reduce ! Unofficial and private and have reference to with a fine city clock, the tone kin Howard were engaged in a gnmo of the mileage of members of the Legislature to any city, the performance of a duty exclusively hi?, of whose bell is the most musical and cards with whisky trimming', when a Do you know Ilourne, tho bald hradsd man at from 15 cents to 3 ccnle. therefore he will not produco them. The which Latkin vss instantly pleasing to tho ear that I have ever heard. tho dsw Druj HtoreT If not, loaeoo time In makJudge J. Boyle Stone introduced a bill great mistake the President made was in ing h!a aciiilntn(e. building stands in the cantre of a killed. to authorize A. C. Wells, Clerk of the Rus- This He la I'ollte, accommodation, and aalla hli godi pandering to the wished of the mugwumps A week or two sgo three brothers uamed large square, which when ornamented with sell County Court, to appoint his wife, Mrs. lower than thelowrat, Hehaijustrecttred a new in tbo first place. His opponents would shade trees, surrounding pwements, fence, Turner and a man named Lane engaged in cargo of Paints for the Pprlne trade, naplendld si' Tlnlc WJ.'.. J..utT clerk of eaid coirrt have thought just as much of him if lie &c.,wlll be very beautiful. The new jill a shooting scrape In which Lane was shot, Tbla powder Men rrarlra. A niarYtl ol purity, ecrtmrnt of Uoiireth'i UaeJi In bulk, the Celebrawith full powers. had gone to work in earnest and turned the is a nice, substantial one, and in keeping but killed one of the Turners bofum he itrength ami wliolcMtncncii. More economical ted Le Mate'e Itock CryiUI Spcctaclea and A bill to make a person convicted of thin the ordinary kind, and ran not be told In brusgUta' Hundrlei, Surgical Initru-ni(D- t, last rascal out of office, while his own party expired. sister law partner, the court-housThe remaining Turners were companion wim mo rauilliutiaol low teat, ihart felony incompetent to vote or serve on a with its Muilcal Ooodi.ehow Caae Article, and a wcltf t aluin or phosphate Jwderi. Hold onl yln Is about comhim much more would havo banked on Baptist church tried this week nrar the scene of tho trage- MM, Hoval ujkxixn fownan Co.. iurv was passed. It has reference also to A new brick IMWall Htrcet, N. Y. than it does. Concluding his message Mr. any person convicted of a felony in another pleted, and I suppose will be dedicated dy In Bell county and acquitteJ. Bell is A Full Line of Drugs, Fatent Medir eeveri Cleveland says with soon. I would be pleased to see some of fast taking the rag from Letcher and Harcines and Chemicals. State and who emigrates to Kentucky. IiKE I' HUFFMAN, ty: "Every pledge which I have made by pllloweressea" of the B. lan counties. A. G. II. This is the way one of the titles of acts the "pillows and l031Va''Ifcl,3' At for TolletlArtlelea-w- ll, If you want to mar'which I have placed a limitation upon my reads: "A bill to amend an act entitled C. in Stanford up to its dedication. Mr. A. ry, go Immtdla telyto I'DLL PARTICULARS OF THE FIRE BY MAIL. BTANFORD, KY. Cord has erected since my last visit a exercise of executive power has been faithaide Uatn titrcot, two doori lUx "An act to amend an act entitled an act to J. The fire is supposed to have originated in Once-So- uth fully redeemed. Of course, the pretense is the Myers UoWli house, with dwelling provide for the relief of the Penitentiary," fine brick business the office of the hotel, but definite knowl- FnreNliroai Oxide On idmtotitersd whan tr adjoining, mansard roof, depth about 125 Opposite the Mycra Houte, Stanford, Ky not put forth that no mistakes have been approved May, 3, 18S0. quired. Prevents working edge as to its certain origin can not as yet committed, but not a suspension has been of convicts in coal mines. feet, by 60 wide, with an iron balcony exbe ascertained. The business house east of tending around its entire length and made except it appeared to my satisfaction The Democrat hereby gives notice that store- by be improved to tbe hotel, occupied aa a general He is making preparations breadth. that the public welfare would "Legislature" will no longer be spelled in D. G. Brasuold, was burned; a drug store Many applications for suspenbuild another larife brick business house thereby. its columns with a big L. It is a violation on the west side, Chos. Keeten, was a total on the same square. Across the street sion have been denied, and the adherence of grammatical rules to place a capital letloss. Mr. Keeten had just purchased the to the rule laid down to govern my action ter at the beginning of a common noun, from the Curd block is the fide banking stock, investing every dollar in tbe world In tho block recently caused much irand mercantilo houses as to such suspension has -- BUccnjkOBfl and our legislature is too awfully common that he had, and only last night had sent up by the Bank of Williamsburg ritation and impatience on the part of those to claim exemption. Demo put Winchester out his application for Insurance. He is a This bmk has only been In operation a who have insisted upon more changes in crat. working young man, and C2-Estock $50,000. The deserving, hard nia bill short time-cap- ital office. The pledges I have made were A compromise his loss will fall heavily an him about and to them I am re- has been offered by Mr. Richardson. It furniture and fixtures are as fine as seen made to the people, $300. He is railroad agent at this place, And baring alto rurcbaaed cf Brljb t A Mttcalf their ttoek of sponsible for the manner in which they provides that a board of three, in conjunc- anywhere, and their business is on the inbe left entirely Is no rea- however, so he will not have been redeemed. X am not responsi- tion with the county iudge, shall examine crease. With its territory, there without resources. These buildings inble to the Senate, and I am unwilling to and kill diseased cattle. The sum of $20 son why this institution should not be a cluded the entire side of the square facing submit my actions and official conduct to shall be paid for each animal eo infected, Darinzone. There is one very notlcable the court house. The flames then extend of the expenses to be borne by feature about this young city, the buildings them for judgment. There are no grounds and of the newest ed to the limes building, also a frame, and are all good, well built d by tbe county. for an allegation that the feaj of being the State and in less time than it seems possible it was in found false to my professions influence me Cant. Thompson has introduced a bill styles, and what is more pleating, are for ruins. Most of tbe type was removed but in declining to submit to the demands of providing that county judges shall have the most part painted, with nice painted or We now bare in a bad condltien, with the exception of the Senate. I have not constantly refused exclusive jurisdiction in examining trials whitewashed fences around the yards and forms of the next Issue, general appearance of the the unlocked to suspend officers, and thus incurred the in all cases oi homicide, rape, arson, incest, lawns. The which nere nady for the press and were a displeasure of political friends, and yet burglary and robbery and uch trials shall place reminds one of a live Western town total loss. The large cylinder press was wilfully broken faith with the people for be held at the county seat; other cases shall everything on the push. It is unlike a badly damaged, so as to be almost useless; the sake of being false to them. Neither be heard before one magistrate only who great many Western villages in one very An will tell them at CH EAP at any dealer In Central Kentucky. the job press was gotten out in good shape, alessential respect it doesn't seem to have the discontent of party friends nor the shall receive $2 for first day and $1 for Burglca, Carriage., Hurreyt, Buck Board., Bprlng Wagsna, Farm Wagooa, as was also the stationary and office fixtures. Lumber Wagont, Lob lurements constantly offered of confirma- each day thereafter, provided in no lease any of the mushroom properties, which eo Mr. Newkirk'a loss will reach about $800. Wejona, Dump Cart,, Plow.. CultlTaton, Harrowa, Corn Planter.. Orn Drllla. Ileapen, Mowert, ilay which . Tbe county judge often character!" those towns, IUk, Hay Blacken, Grain Drill., Feed Cuttert, H.rae Towcn, Pump', Water Ktsratora. Corn tions of appointees conditioned upon the the fee to exceed n with no insurance, His policy had just Mllle.Cane&IIIU, Oder Mllla, Saw MIUa,Thrhlng Machine, Huggy Htrnen, Wagoa avowal that suspensions have been made shall get no extra pay for such examining spring up in a night, but as suddenly go run out, and he has been attempting to aumlloae.aumBsIllBg, Packing, Coal, Lumter, Door.. Siih, Blloda, Moulding! sad iery out of sight and are forgotten. Williamson party grounds alono, nor the threat pro- trials. have it renewed for several days without other kind of Senator Wortbington's bill to provide burg has sprung up at an almos' phenomeresolutions now before the posed in the when defendant files affidavit for con- nal rate, but she has somithing to back avail. It was by most heroic work that the Senate that no confirmations will be made that criminal and penal cases, the and hold her up. The Immense mining buildings across the street from the lima unless the demands of that body were com-nlie- il tinuance in office could be saved. Several times they with, are sufficient to discourage or Commonwealth's Attorney shall not, to and timber Interests are sufficient in them- caught from the living sparks and Intense We will alto handle be compelled to admit selves, with her water and railroad comavoid continuance, deter mo from following in the way which the affidavit is true, but may go to trial by munications with the world to export them. heat, but by almost phenomenal labor and I am convinced leads to better government allowing it to be read as a deposition, was courage they were saved. Mr. J. L. WhiteThe lumber business here is surprising in , for the people. from tbe roof of his passed by tbe Senate and should be made its magnitude. There are four very large head fell of the buildings just mentioned, and it used to give our old friend, Luke the law. It is high time the Common- saw mills here, besides smaller ones near one Blackburn, bleta his dear old picture, in wealth was given some rights to counter- town. The Kentucky Lumber Co. own was thought at the time that be was fatally tense gratification to speak of this paper balance the many that have been thrown and operate the largest mill of the kind in injured, but the physicians this morning -pronounce him in no critical condition as an "8x10 sheet" and as it did us no around the law breakers. 757E.the South. There is talk of some capitalHad there been any wind nothing could than harm we rather encouraged him in it and spoke factory and ists opening a hub MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. have saved the piincipal portion of the otherwise. Some fellow who gets a necesalso a chair factory here some time this sary goading is sure to refer to Will will be year. Aitogeiner mmamsourg is bwu i town. Water was very Inconvenient, havProf. Wiggins predicts that "it Owens' new paper the Pulaski County Ban- lively in the maritime provinces next Sun be the leading city of Southern Kentucky. ing to be carried from the river in buckets and the steep, rough descent to the water ner in that crushing way, but Oivena is too day." I have met Mr. H. W. Newkirk, of tho rendered this work very laborious. Tho a man to mind that ancient and sensible Negroes are emigrating to the far West limes, and am ready to pronounce him a harmless fling, when he is conscious that he from North and South Carolina by the most refined and pleasing gentleman. He Sutton House was run bv Mr. Iaac Osn, who had recently taken charge of it. He And is getting out the handsomest, newsiest and thousands. if dote attention to the wantacf our cuttomert and honeH goodt at prlcct that Inilte (oropetl. and his estimable wife are from Michigan looses about everything that he had and ever published in Somerset cheapest paper Hon aredctuTlngofany ruerlt, then we ahalleipecl ovr ibar of tbe public The public debt reduction last month and are cultured and most hospitable peopatronage. Our.tock It now or elsewhere, for that matter. The type is wob $2,702,153 31 and tbe net debt now is ple. I have had the pleasure of meeting his loss is a great blow to him. The buildwas brand new, the press work equal to the $1,434,782,27291. can but ing was owned by Mrs. Denham and them at their elegant home and . Insured for $1,500, loss $1100. Mr. Bras-fiel- d What best book, and the contents Henry Jones, negro, was arrested in notice the home-likand pleating luxuries was insured for $2,000 and most of the be aBked. more could Louisville and taken back to Mt. Vernon it contains. Mr. Newkirk Is a man of concontents of his bouse were saved. siderable knowledge and experience. He It coniltlt of a full line of Senator Plumb, who, judging by his to answer for burglary. The most intense excitement prevailed The internal revenue collections for is a graduate of Ann Harbor University bill, is plumb in nature aa well as in name, during the fire. The ecene presented was the month of and of the Law College of Michigan. has offered a bill in the National Senate, the Louisville district for tbe most novel and grand one, viewed as it of any form of pars February amount to $5(7,551.87. Dr. J. W. Dickcrson has rooms in the prohibiting the Issue Sunset Cox. of Constantinople, wants new bank building and judging from his was by the writer from tbe hill overlooking to members of Congress or employes of the Tbe- salary increased to $12,000 per annum, appearance he is doing well. I also met the business part of the city. The imGovernment or their 'families or at their his mense, excited crowd beneath, running few little perquieities added. Dr. Blain, formerly of Lincoln county, request, and prohibiting the use of auy with a fired into a and Mr. Will McKlnney, a knight of the frantically from place to place; the grand A drunken echool-teache- r reduced rate by the perform of pass or mountains and river cliffs of the Cumbercrowded school-hous- e near Catlettsburg, peg and awl, also a Linoolnite. And a complete ttock, all ,!ft sons named. Tbe punishment prescribed is land, lit up by the terrifio sheet of flames; killing two persons and wounding four The pleasing face of Mr. J. L. Whitea fine of not less than $500 or imprisoned the beautiful river, reflecting the whole in others. head was a gratifying sight to me. He for not more than ix months, or both. bosom, was the grandest The publishers of Grant's memoirs are makes this his headquarters, but still runs its mirror-lik- e Bets of $500 to $1 that the bill will never of the opinion tint the widow will realize his store at Mt. Vernon. It is said that it scene I ever expect to witness. Tbe towering bacome a law fiid no takers. The average Atd a line o- fhalf a million dollars from the work with- U not nltocether the crossing business of mountains could be seen for miles up and law maker would as soon live without his down the river, looking sublime in tbelr in o year. his store that keeps him here, but that salary as his free pass. majestic grandeur. This is the largest fire AND SADDLERY- The temperance people are active at there is a woman in the case. Secretary of Bowling Green. Tbe last grand jury re It seems that up here are stirring up the ever seen in this section, and the first one Alto Salt, Lime ami Cement. Allweatklr that youglteut a tilaland wo piouilt that l' The courts will not be our fault If you d not conttrui to trade with ut. ileijieclfully, State, James Blackburn, is destined to re tained fifty-fiv- e indictments for selling "blind tigers," and have aboufwlped them that has visited Williamsburg for fifteen main a private citizen the rest of his days. liquor to inebriates. was fined heavi- years. out. One wild beast owner The President rejected him for Collector of James Stivers, who shot and killed ly and sent to jail for selling one Has Never Killed His Man. Internal Revenue and now the people of John Veal at Athens, in Fayette county, at drink of whisky. No whisky for these The report has been circulated in certain his own county have done likewise In his the August election last year, has been cap- pjople. parts of the county that threo of the canambition to be county judge, defeating him tured at Winchester, Va. Farmers are plowing and a great quantididates for jailer have killed their man by 187 majority and choosing Mr. James Hugh Oliver, an electric light employe ty of oats are being sowed. Gardening has and I was one of the the three. Those who ,'M'JaTJ Gillespi in his etea$. We hope Mr. Black-bur- n at Evansville, placed both hands in connec- commenced. know me know this to be false. I will say will now experience a change of heart tion with the current while engaged about Tho waters of the Cumberland are now to those who do not know mo that I never and believe that after all the post of honor a dynamo and was instantly killed. in fine condition for fishing and fish are was drunk, I never owned a pistol nor bad private station. s tbe The Judiciary Committee of the Houso already being brought in. I expect soon to a fight in my life I earnestly entreat my will cause friends to come out early in the morning Why don't some of tbe legislators, who has decided to report adversely the Senate give you some fish item? that DXlLKas IH- bill providing that the salaries of United Uncle Sid and George to open their eyes and vote for mo enJ il elected I promise are spoiling for a fight jump on that tall firsZ and get out their tacklo In readiness for tho them a model jailer. Col. Sam Burdelt? States Court Judges shall be $5,000. W. L. Dawson maple of the mountains, Drugs, Books, Stationery and 'OCf?. t5 I spring campaign. J. H. Aufdemorte, the embezzing s viair.iJv-f Two burley members have pounced on Joe w 9Jlr rS Mra. France Pendleton, the young -- n imuj rii uuiuo. Tafflsr Mr Vtwkirk has a very rare collection clerk at New Orleans, was sentenvViwtvi legislative Altaheler, the Courier-Journal- 's wife of the son of the United States Minr f s:'. fossilo &z collected withPhytic! ant' prtucrlptlor.i aicirataly compounded. correspondent this week, because he is a ced to five pears' imprisonment in the Chea- of Indian relics, wcekB. It is a valuable ister to Germany, who was married lait Alto few small man, but none of them eyer get mad ter, 111., penitentiory, and to pay a fine of in the paot ciblnet and on the Increase daily. His June, died Monday night at her homo in climb Sam Altaheler oujiht to $5,000. enough to Capt. II. B Jenke, Chief Clerk of the subscribers are constantly adding to it. This New York. "perforate a few fellows full of holes" to Thoodcro Rich followed his wife ond to never have been visited by show tbera that he can not ba jumped on by Railway Mail Service, who made a moat county seems saws une paramour from CobleaviUe, N. Y., to St. Tie Largost Btook of "Watches, Clocks, efficient officer, hm been ordered down and the curloaity fiends, consequently every ruffim who feeln agrieved. Jewelry and Silverware Paul, Miuu , and (lading them together, out and John R. Dm IF, of Louisville, giv-o- n Bpeclmsns are to bo found. round up tho killed the woman and then blew his own bought to thlt market IVIcoj I,o&r 'han Tub Intmuor Journal hi plaoe. The telephone facilities of Villiaunbur,? the JOwtt. Wntchc., Clocka nnd Jewelry Re fourteenth yeRr of its existence this week, The democratic members of the Ken arogood. It is connected by wire with brains out, loAvinf,' the author of his troubpaired on ihoit notlco and Warranto!. over eleven of whioh have been under the lucky delegation in Congress havo unani Rockhold, Woodbine, Bnbourville, Fiat les to live to ruin more homes. Whi'e bin Syf? "m ' ' ' WIIIXI With tho same niouily selected Representative Thomas A. tin; seducer ounht surely have present management. Liok and I'inevllle, besides the private in- hand was in amptiet of work at rawt any o'hr business, Robertson cf the Fourth dutrlot, as the struments of the various mills here, with farntl the file of tbe uduceil. K!?iSoRrT & .. - flfl'F'G ..Wai ?ITV A dispute1 rom Cinclnop.ti sjh ttiat we would hive teen rich in this time, rapresentatlvo of Kentucky on the Demo- tbo central oQieo in tbo 2iwe affile. Sj IiurtKu, $23.00 Cfc(triAr' 4. 1 unit UU1T7 Milll MV Hie n.id.i.n I'MtrorniUiisnn, uiu t'vrr..i uni.tiri (nidi J tothel'irntPrli-pw iao no & Ohio Itiilroad Cocupany whereas U I JntJt over the hill to tbe poor- - cratic Congressional Committee. tho f tmilinr call of "hello" U frequently tho Cheaapjako iigcnta, but fur yearn m vci ilmlt wltli thonmiinur. lisa iibindonfd tbe proapsct of building r house. Gov. McCreary has been before the heard, whioh romlnds mo of old ffttes in wwwSSiSi Woahjp nnjwliore, witli nrtt bridge over t CincinoQti, but Ohio eftinlnlD( Ii.fora liuy Injf. The speech of Cougreeiman Breckin- Commissioner of Internal Revenue to nek the Interior Journal rooms. I will IiMdeoided the build Itiver from Wo iy fnwtit rhnrwa TH'ffiS-ra'SsSS- v to jHith ways a lino Kliztbth not wuiirjctory. ridge against tho proposed $76,000,000 pen- that JJcBrayer and Ripy, of Anderson, be mention in thh oonnection that Mr. N. is a WnrmnteveurthlnBfDriiyrari. SrQI ioirlciM)nltP. V.iV l'i.HformS.rtuir former from SI, 000 man of wonderful patlonoe ami don't oast town to Louisville, the work to be begun nt delivered in the House Wednes- released from tar-t- he sion bill, ' r """' V.WSJ Sit'" onoa. Transportation, at Cincinnati across iWrnWairoiM ' tf o. utter-c- J and the latter from $1,800 worth of whisky either. laij gell at uaKS5 day, wai a timely protect elequmlly HWnuWi' Jt,''M,",'0 ? ueually Bold for 8 l'JS, QurlMnwiri p . I heard a mountain inau wy to day that the rlvsr will bt mftlfl lJ a ytora of bir fnn Wr raids upon the treasury that letkod out of bariels In their W. JJ, Vlt ATI, tfcci i tary, there was near wheie he livtd a ikeletou of j KM instead of a bridge. KlfcUurr, ludlanirj in the overdone pension business. j The reveuuo bill, which Auditor Hewitt has spent much time in perfecting, rrd WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Minviu Deatlst, 1 R J LUMBER! ' HUn-for- e, BOURNE POWDEtl Absolutely Pure. Kye-(Jlau-e, sledge-hamme- HUIIGEON BOURNE'S. - WEAREN & MEflEFEE, pleurc-pneumo- 3D. "W"EA.K;EJSr, two-third- s one-thir- Farming Implements and Pleas ure vehicles, IIHENZSKTSi: AST STOCK, Shall-erCorHer-neix, store-house- Grnin, Woo J, Field Seeds anil other Fitnii FrpcluctM. It fiavefiraie to to Staple and Fancy Grocers, j first-clajs- e Complete In Every Branch, Xmrgcst Stock of Ifnrriivnrc in the City, Hamilton, Steel and South Bend Chilled Plows wcll-uctc- d HARNESS METOALF & FOSTER. emmj HI irjUttrtw PHARMACISTS, ( Qi-"4rfv-v3r-- sub-Treas- ury 9gfaimwm ""w JEWELERS. ' t'f GARBAGE I HARNESS MtmW BMaBwaB.Ma . tcla $55. -- CO mfr 1 s. Wll i&i ware-hous- e. " IltNic to night ib usual. RELIGIOUS. upcclal fig- OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. New Yoiut 'Seed potaton, ures bjr the Stanford, Ky, V buiel. MotcalfA Foster. E'.d. Mathews Is conducting a revival In 55 ad- March C, 1880 at Islington, which bm resulted G. O. WALTON, - BualnoBB Manngor. I. ntprot ' A k LOCAL Houtn TIME CARD. Mall train jolng North- Boutu ........... strain11 " " Norh..... tutor, .. milI ....2 .. IUmi, IS r, M, 82 03 a, u. a.m. Holor tho a joto U calculated tan li 4 lout 20 minute on standard Hint, LOCAL NOTICES. Buy y.ir achool boofci from Penny A MoAHsttr Watchkh and Jewelry repulrod on ahnr notice and warrantod by Penny A McAlIo er. Ruv the HaM IIok ltemedy, the original aDd only Kflnulne, from Penny AMoAl-late- r. A ooMrLTrrr. ptock of Jewelry, latent tylo. Hochford watches a specialty. Penny A MoAliater, PERSONAL. Mn. Mh It It. 0 withy returned from 8am Oweni in the guest of Mrs. lltubtn Williams. Mn. E. W. Jones, of Crrb Orchard, wta here yesterday. Mu James Paxtom is Tery ill with a malignant Hore throat. Dn. J. II. OvvuLEV and J. 8. ilocker wrnt to Trtoklort Tuesday. It. T. Wadb, of Cainpbellavllle, is clerking at the Portman House. Mira Mom.ie Dauoiieiitv has leturn-fronlenglhy islt to friends in Knoxrille. Mns Oroiuic II. liiiUCB has gone to vUit Kt. and Mm. I. 8. McKlroy at Mt. Sterling. Geouor. Uiunuus, ol Centre College, wm up to we his sifter, Mrs. Robert Mc Alister, ytsterday. Mias Ellen IUllou is raising a fund to assist in building a Christian church at Clifton Forge, Va. Mk ami) Miu F. J. Anthony and Miss Ilettie Parsons, of Lebanon, attended the Smith Puroon marriage Wednesday. Miu J G. CAJirn.vrr.n is down with a feier ana Miss Julia Illfsglns is also threatened with it. Mr. L. F. HufTinin and J. II. Owens are both improring. Musis Liccie Leazley and Loaella Ramsey left Tuesday, the former to rii.t friends in Gsrmantown and the latter in Lexington. MIm 15elle Itoot say: she hopee they will get what they went after. Juixir. Chaules E. Kincaid, Wash- ington corretiwndenl of the Louliville 2 imu, hat been permaoentlr installed in a like position for the San Francisco Ex amincr, the leading democratic newspaper on the PacIGc coant. It. It. West, of Garrard county, was sworn In as clerk in the Kixlh Auditor's office this morning. He paacd the ciril-ser- rice examination, and got a "booat" from Controller Durham f Washington Cor. Time. Mr West geti more than double what he could earn at preaching and is hardly tn be blamed for choosing as he has. LOCAL MATTERS. Fjieoii salmon today. S. 8. Myers. Fan Bros.' it fish to morrow at Sererance, Com r. and re us on Plows before buying. Metcalf A Pewter. Seed Irish Potatow.Cblon Sits, etc , etc., at Waters A Itiney'a. BaiuminjId Corn Planters, hand and must rell them. efee. - too many on Wcaren A Men m Hms, Pesrlei s Burbank and Beauty of Hebron Irish potatoes at W. II IIigin'. PoncNair Yjrk Ely Seed Irish Potatoes, Oalon Sets and great rarietr in Garden Seeds in bulk and in pipers. T. It Walton. H, C. IiiitdiiT seems to be cleaning out lock, stock and barrel. lie sold his lum ber businees yesterday to I. M. Bruce. m ..- .- My pension papers, between Rowland and Mr. Bob Gentry's Finder please return to me at his house. Alexander -D. M. Ferry A Co. 'a Beans and Peas in bulk. GirJen Sieds of every description in packages at A A. Warren's "Model Grocery." m Lost Pralher. Own dispatched tell of a distrticlivo fire at Williamsburg. II. W. New kirk suffers the loss of his office, which was well stocked with type and presses. 1 of the icstlvo plowman is beird in the land. Owing to the hoary freeze tho earth breaks up finely and the farmer is happy. voIcb .. Tub We hope thnt no man who gets drunk will be chofen ai a nominee of the democratic party to morrow. Thera arc plenty of sober men to conduct the oflicea and for one we are resolved to vote for no other kind. The deputy collector, Mr. W. E. Yar non, relumed Wednesday from a raid on moonshiners in Wayne county. After a verr rough trip be und powe secured the notorious Jaraw Djbb and doatroyed nil hie plant aud about 1.209 gallouo of baerv Thoy Hiirpriaed the gentleman or it would h:i7e been exceedingly difficult fur the whole pirty to hare taken hlu. 1!k Joun YrAKKY, n r.o&d old friend, called in this w?c and ptid hid eubecrip tion far the twelfth conseoutivoyearto this piper. Timee being m hard he had almcat dettrwlowl to nlvo up Liu nWFpaler8, but after thinking over tho matter he resolved, not to begin with tho iNTimioit JouitNAi. He Baya thM btt htfl gotten so muob attached to it t li"t he even dlillktd tbu thongkt of doing without it. Tny the Ulwell Chilled Plow before ditions. Tho Lsxington and Cjvlngton Convo buying anywhere e!e. Wcaren & Mene-fee- . cation of the Episcopal church is in session It will be to your interest to examine at Lexington. The Christian church at Prls now uses my ptock and prices before buying your unfermented wine, The Methodist church hnrneH. Pelcr Jlauiton. at the same place has been using that kind The officers of the election will confer n for more than a year. great favor by Bonding uh the returns at Eld. J. 8. 8weeny'a meeting at Coltho earliest moment, by wire if necessary. umbus, Ind., had 08 accession tn the . . . church nt last accounts and it was still goMarshal Gnoea and a large posse Paris News. passed up yentrday to ruako war upon the ing on. Rev. Samuel It Wilson, D. D, o moonshlnera that do greatly abound in the prominent divine of the Presbyterian ungodly county of Harlan. church, died in Loulsyille, Wednesday, in That remarkable old gentleman, Uncle the CStli year of his age. Jimmy Warren, whose youth seems to be The sulj'ct of tho sermon at the Methrenewed like the etglo'ti, chh the climax odist church Sundav morning will be "The by cutting a wisdom tooth, although he has Primary E'ection." Free pewa and a turned his 82 year hearty welcome for all. EJitora and candiGov. McCueahy hai Introduced bill to dates arc esptclally invited, V. 8. Pollltte, pay A. C. Robinson u war claim of 3&M; pastor. Mm. II. G. Fithlan, who vnnt. Mi G. W. Evans, of Garrard, $10(1; J. M.MarWillie LillarJ, is holding a revival with tin $100 and to grant a petition to Samuel her husband at Sherman, Grant county, McClure, of Rockcastle. Ky. Their evangelistic work ban been pro" No connection at Junction City yester- ductive of great good. They havo been day. The Cincinnati Southern has been holding meetings in rchool houses since the earning a reputation for some lime of un. middle of January and over 100 enlistments reliabilily and at the present rate will soon in the caure of Christ hare rewarded their take the cake in that regard. labors. Rev W. The examining trial of Silas Singleton Chaplain, Ky: S. Grinstead writes from t, Rev. W. B. Godbey, for the cutting of Yaught was set for Wedhas been with mo 23 days; the comnesday, at Klnf a Mountain, but owing to munity was never so awakened, religiously, the precarious condition of the man, it waa before. 100 converted, 75 sanctified, 128 postponed to await the result of hiswouuds. additions to the Methodist church, 73 bapThe doctors aay that Yaught is bound to tised at the altar, two to be immersed. Sevdie. eral members of the Reform church conThe Pniladclphla College of Dental Sur- verted, two received for them. They have gery gradnated six women dentists last wisely taken advantage of tho awakening week. If they are handsome they will get and had special services here in town the all the work they can do from the males, past week, while we were at a country for the agony of having a molar extracted church, with 5 or 0 additions and an old will be transformed into a luxury with a feud settled. Praise the Lord. shapely arm around your head and a pretty LAND. STOCK AND CROP face In cloee proximity to yours. Hay for sale. I. M. Bruce. Richmond JJeiald; At the home of the For Sale-B- ull calf. W. M, McAfee. bride, in Cynthiana, on Thursday after. Corn for eale. M. S. Peyton, Stanford. noon, Capt. J. A. G. Williamson and Miss A few more Jerey cows for eale. J. Mary Walden were married. The ceremo ny was performed bv Eld. J. C. Walden. G. Carpenter. A. T.Nunnelley bought of Bam Biugh-ma- n the bride',) father, assisted bv Prof. C. P. a lot of ahoats at 3. Williamson, brother of the groom. Prof. For Sale. 11 good work mules. J C. P. Williamson was called to Williams, burg, Va., list Siturday by the death of F. A B. G. Oover, Stanford. Brazilian Flour Corn seed raised by his sister, Mrs. Braxton, formerly of this John Bright at W. H. Biggins'. county. G. C. Given and J. I, Wilmot bought A large, fine looking woman, grey haira Baddle stallion In Clark for $400. ed and perhape 65 years of age, swindled Twenty-fiv- e or thirty tone of nicetimo Mrs KateDndderar out of $12 50 pretty thy bay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, Stanslickly Wednesday. She called at ber ford. millinery store and proposed to teach her For Bale, About 500 barrels of corn a new method of stamping and furnish her and 500 locust posts. Mrs. E B. Jonw, a large amount of silks and velvet floss for Stanford. the amount named. Mrs. Dudderar readiDaring the late winter season 382.C90 ly paid the amount, but the woman, who hogs were pocked at Cincinnati against gave her name as Mrs. Martin, excused 3S5.135 last year. herself after receiving the money and has Capt. Moore's sale of trotting horses not yet returned. We learn that she playat his farm in Boutbon realized an avered the same game on Mrs. Edmiston at age of 210.04 for 39 head. f Crab Orchard. Mrs. Dudderar telegraphPhillips A Wilson bought in Bwen ed to Richmond, where it la eupnosad she county, 22 mules 14 to 15 hands high went, to have her arrested, but has heard and 6 years old, at $85 to $150 per head. nothing from there. Cattle are active and strong in Louist III A Washington dispatch says: Tho trus- ville, common qualities to best ehippera being quoted at 2 to 43; hoga are firm at 3J tees of the Baptist church at Crab Orchard, presented a bill to Congress for $500 dam- to 4 30; sheep 1 J to 4 cents Wm M Rue, of Danville, was hre ages, said to have been inflicted on the Monday and bought six horses at prices church building during its occupation by the Federals as a hospital. The Committee ranging from $100 to $150. Simons Brothon War Claims, to whom the bill wis re- ers A Maxwell, of Louisville, also bought ferred, report against its passage for the six bead at $100 to $160 per head. Rich-ar- d Gentry, of Danville, bought four head reason, as stated, that there never haa been any attempt to collect the claim from the at from ?S0 to $130 -- Lebanon Standard. At Crim's sale 20 head of 1,200 lb. fat Qiartermasler's Department, nor is there cattle brought $105 perewt ; 20 fat heifers any proof showing that there was any ob$3.-8jection upon the put of the trustees of said weight 1.100 lb. $3 00; 000 stock cattle from $20 to $50; hoje 4 cts.; church, nor is there any proof showing that aiid property was taken poKseasion of, or corn $1.80 In crib. J. D. Smith, of Newof mules used by the authority of any commanding berry, 8. 0., bought a at $125 to$175.-Winche- ster Democrat. officer authorised to iwue an order. Paris Couht.-5- 00 cattle on the mar-kIn the primary election which occurs with but few sold publicly. Becker democrat will be called upon sold 50 head 1,100 pounds in weight at $4 to choose in the following races: For Cir- 40; 18 good calves brought $22 65; 1 yoke cuit Judge there are two candidates, J. W. extra smooth work oxen, weighing 3,030 Alcorn and J 8. VanWTInkIe; two for Com- eold at 4J cts., prices gradully declining. monwealth's Attorney, R. O. Warren and About 100 mules offered half of which were O. II. Waddle; Col. T. W. Varnon has no sold at prices lower than last court; broke opposition for County Judge; Jamea P. mules from 15 to 15 hands high, brought Bailey has none for Circuit Clerk; neither from$115to$125;unbroke, 2 years olds, hasT. D. Newland for Sheriff; thete are $85 to $100. three contestant) for County Attorney, W. The Louisville Tobacco Market furO. Hnnsford, J B. Paxton and D. It. nished by Glover A Durrett, Louisville To the same number wish to ba Asses- bacco Warehouse: The sales for the week sor, 13. 1). Kennedy, J. M. Johnson and amount to 3,505 hhds. and the sales for W. 11. Withers; four want to carry the February reach the enormous sum of 13,-7- 72 keys of tho jail. W. T. Saunders, 8. M. hhds. which is in excess of the sales of Owens, W. C. Barnett and W. L. Dawson; any other month of which we have any a like number hanker after tho County record. $20 per hundred was obtained this Clerkship, T. M.Pennlngtcn, G.P. Cooper, wetk for a hhd. of Niw Bjrley, which Ib J. D. Swope and G. S. Carpenter; while the highest price of the eeaon. but this but two ofjer for the Superintendcncy- - of does rot indicate auy improvement in the Public Schools, Itey. J. A. Bogle and N. general run of values. About tho middle W.Hughes. A first-rat- e ticket can be se- of the week the market was duller and lected out of this arry of name) and wo, weaker on all grades of Burley, hut regain. tniH that each voter will feel the rcepo-ji-bil- ity ed itstrength in the past few days. The attaching to Mb right. It willbo to comuitfn grades etill predominate, but the tho intorest of harmony and to the parfy to recent oflertnga have not shown bo large a tcatler the ticket as much as the abilllios per cent, of packages in hid condition. The of tho oandidates cflering will permit . recent cut in the price of plug tobicc? has checked the improvement which waa anMARRIAGES. ticipated on tho better grades cf Burley. Misi Lillie Roundtreo and Mr. Leo The following quotations fairly represent Ilty wero married In Lebanon yeatcrday. our market for New Burley: Dark trafh The wedding tlipporn of Fanny Mills, 3 to 1; colory trash 4 to 5; common luge of Ohio, who mirried last wk, Hie No. not oolory.4 to 5; colory lug) ,r to 7J; com30's and meutire 22 inches acres the p mon loaf not colory 5 to 7; good leaf 7 to tobs,c- 10 to 10; fine -- M!H luy Belle Paraonj, tho baud-wm- e oo 13 to leafrents. 13; salect wrappery 18 daughter of Mr. Thomas S. Parsons, At an art sale in Checkering Hall, New wis married at hUroaidenco Wednesday to Mr. J. II. Smith, of Garrard. York, of tho oollsctlon of Mrs. Morgan, SO Mlse Julia Wormjer and Jefleroa p'cturcs brought $171,200 "Iu tho Libra, Selismnn, eclons of two of the wealthi- ry" by Mewonier mid for $10,525. Tho Controller of the City of New est Jewish families In Now York, wero joiueH in wcdlook, Tueadny. Tho bride York recently borrowed money in anticivwo diamonds valued Ht $50,000 and eco pation of reveuun at l per cent, for tho of the year'. Monty must be of W hrldal ?!fta I'M JLSQ.OOO in governflush there. ment bonds. i Lancaster The meetlnu at toe Presbyterian church outlnnes to gror in interest. Three converts weie aided to the chuich Wednesday night Kevenl owners of dogs aro mourning tho low of trieir favorites this morning, enruo unknown scoundrel having poisoned them last night. Mrs. John II Woodcock, who has been ill for sovpral ilnys, is, wo are glad to say, rapidly Improving. Dr. Elian "Fisher is cor, fined to his room by ) ", VJ'J -- , a -- m evan-gelis- Gen W.J Lannrsm, as attoiney for Elemuel Sisk, of Newark, Oiio, lia-- i instituted a $20,000 damage suit In tho Garrard Circuit Court against the Kentucky Central Rillroad for the killing of hia son, John W. Risk, February 16 It is a raro thing to see two interments in our ceraelery in one day. Huoh wm the case WeJnerdny, howover, and quite a Had sight it was Tne remains of Weeden T. Lopan and of Reese Anderson were laid to r't. Y.u.i, Weed Ligau waa for several years a clerk in a dry goods establishment in this place and all with whom he was thrown in contact wero impressed with his high moral and intellectual worth. His death, like that of Mr. Anderson, was a ecullarly sad one. Some wicked youths sent the Captain of the Owsley Rifles a bous telegram informing him to have bis meo in readiness to go to It) wan county the 5 It caused considerable commotion in that body of brave militiamen and it, was quite amusing to hear the boys talk. One young man who han heretofore been enthusiastic in the ciuee offered a substitute $25 to take his place. When the cat was finally let out of the big, it was quite apparent that a good many felt relieved. The Army bill, as reported to the House, appropriates $23,8S7,588. The President nominated Brig. Gen. Alfred H. Terry to be Major General, vice W 8 Hancock, deceased. Mr. Beck Introduced a bill in tho Senate to modify the sinking fund law. It provides that hereafter the Secretary of the Treasury shall not redeem more than annually of the principal of the public dehr. $20,-000,0- illne. CWCoal Buckets and Vases at Cbtt."Su mmtmsmwma&smmKms Here 's Your Chance TO 1 Got Something to Eat e u By reading the fol'owlng Hit of goodt, kept by 3 a o T. C"i-?ISI RB WALTQHT, H 8 And buying what you nend ol him, you will ba enabled to Tary the monotony no liable to charai-tcrlyour Utile at this time of year, and to get good goods at low prlcot: CANNED QOOD3. Sliced and Grated Pineapple, Toma-too- s, Corn, Vrlog and Lima Beans, Early Juno I'ca;. Blackberries. O; tiers, Salmon, Mackeiel, Sardines. Corned Bee, Derlled 11am, dc. VEGETABLES, FBUIT8, ETC. Cabbage, Potatoes, Ontont, Cranberries, Oranget. Lemons, Bananas, Cosnuts, Ccoklng Flat! Prunes, Green Apples, Dried Peaches and Ap. plos. nd. &pr,C9tV c o ir 5 a I,eeeJ DJ Tie FANCY GnoCERIES. Jelly, Apple Butter, Mince Meat, Cod Mackerel lu Buckets, alap Byrup, K rout. P:cLiM Cheew. Crackers, Tea Cakes. Macaroni Oat! teSHS1!?!.?'? ". "o-0- f"8. u., uaiwuw van, ac, ac- - Plow end Wagon Gear on small mirgin.TTa fe', ij-- . , " M . . ' 5CTV ADVKBTIKEMESTK. ' rORSALE! A nice saddle Stillion, 3 Tears old, "2-- a Time. ttt . v. - -- . ir. X. It A 1V80X, br On jpr. ' eAi j i TORjSALE. Tea Sucks of Hit and 10 barrels of Port i. sear Morelaod. J. f. CAUTJSIt, Milledgorllle. n NOTICE! I Oder for tale, prlTstelr, - Four Housts and Lots; also 22 Acres of LandIt It the property ol the late A. F. Bmlth. dee'd. S. C. HMITII, Admr., 103-Crt) Orchard, Ky. In loU. tI I will tell at a whole, or Job F. Watzks. Wmtm. BftT Dnlrlog With to cbmgt U17 reildence, I offer for tale My Beautiful Suburban Home, of Laod attached, 1 inllo vctt of The houte. It good, to are the tbers It a goad orchard, Ac. Termi enual to cub. Addrrti me at Lock Box 3D. 103-- lt It. 11. XOEtj. 10 Acres LancAiter. Main Street, - - - Stanford. cash on j rs. TJSij.ua 30 -- Bafflj GROCERS, BrFJ' taiBaSkX. THOaras D. Ranet. Valuable The Mill Property for Sale Sninr. known it the Huitonilllc Flouring Mlllt will be oflorrd for tale to the highest and bitt bidder, on proprtr Saturday, April 10th, 1880. sot corn do.; It lurniihed with ample machinery and the UUr appliances and la capable of doing large and excellent work. The tala will be potltlre. Tcrmt made known on day of tale. 102 Syrups, Prunes, Dates, Figs, Hd1i. Bakers' Chocolate, Apple Butter, Molasses, lPWLJLimBUM E, Cabbage, tm --ra iiominy, Beans, Poutoes, Thlt property it new, commodlonsly located at IIuttcnTille, Lincoln county, Ky., In a fine farm- B, ing region; runt two ttti of (bur burn and one Harness, Saddles and Bridles ,lne' nd J?ui?f nU0B ,n .ur wo can tuppl, our customer,u 8'rntce with ehlcken." arrangement., We hare added a big lino of PJain and Fancy E?o Onions, Sardines, uyaiers diacxeiei, Kraut, Drltd Peaches, Dried Apples, Corned Beet, Deri led IJam, Bacon, Lard, Butter, ricKies, Crack err, Cakes, Oranges, Lemons. Pine Apple, rresrres, Jellr, Candies, to Canned Gcodi, Banannas, Balslnt, UIOTOS, uunanion, "d 5Eor turkey, an, time. Wagon Harness, 8 7 alo Plow and 5; td Pictldent Uuttonvllle ir. Ml. S3IITB, illll Co. car-loa- d Stanford Female College STANFORD. KY AJLEX. 8, PAXTON H. O. a et MERCHANT TAILOR. I haie received and still receirlng RUPLEIT, the market, which will bo PRES. ia The Second Term of the pretent sctaton will be- Feb. lit, 1686. Location pleaaant; dlaclpllne lnd but firm: Instruction thorough. 1'unlls 10-cclTcdat any time. Bend for circular. j New Goods for Spring and Summer, Comprising the lest In BAKERY. German Baker and can get I haioa up all klndt of Baking In good style, such at Tea Cakes, White Bread, Pound Cakes, Orabam Bread, Jelly Cake, Ilye Bread, Jelly Rolls, Bunnt, Bolls, Ginger Cakes, ltutks, l'ici, Ginger Bntpa. Cinnamon Caki, Large Cakes baked and trimmed to order. Will Bell cheaper than you can bake them at home. I will atart my Bread Wagon next week and will call at your homes, Call at the Yellow Uousa and tee for youitelrca, l'.ftpectfullr, Hrit-cliia Qotton TJp in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. Giro Mo a Trial. H- - C. IRTTIFIjErr- - Car-pente- r; M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, DriiRH, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky., XIV 102-- tf j.T.itAnnxs. JUST ISSUED. Letters From Golden Latitudes. A largo, finely IUnstrated Pamphlet, desoriptive of the Northwest. Statistics TI109. B'cliards, wlio will Btylc. compiled from official sourceo, Sent Free 0. H. WAREEN, on application to P, A, St. Paul, Minn. G. si-c- DEATjEKB Wall Paper, Wines. AXiiHlcnl Jiiquor uneuiicaid, iioous, IiiRtriteinoutA, tatiouory, Paints, Clears, Pocket Honps, Oils, ToIiisceoH, Cntlery, Iitimps, Perl'inucry, Tiro Aims, llacliln Vcedle. Our Jewelry, blhcnraro nud Optical (Joods I9 -- itcpair VVatclica in Cliargo of t'ol. Doimrtmoiil and Clocks promptly and iu tho beat t j HarittiM mftt tn Tli ( Ulitl t r'jtbt ' M ih A h G l. tl.Ml. ) t (Hlitf, ami has fl ( U.UttUtdl UUk4 u- Uttentiitj trad ,r t iu tfc Wall Paper. ' All Ki! Ctvc auwturv. tEr,i MCitrlrilCe i aro(rmatl.V&jp2j lf,to tliu i . tl at A a IgrilY BROS,, IVlk, 1 ttit Uvoff Ohww nj now Ik ' itl titiii j 31 (J, ol 'sm&r irW L tMITII. Ilr-- Furniture , tt .VIM 1"CJU. (111. IV ft 4! Cases, Gaskets, Robes. Stanford. Ttio (trtiitiinl mid Olllj J('IIIlill. v .rt f ..r,i. ! U.litt., Sf nlu i, loll.p.- -' LAOIKS. I ' Anl ' " ir RrMCglti fc, ' llilhln'-rinWi "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." i f NAME hutil b fA.'"v llMlfe'-l- 1' Irr't Ciistl.ii' " 'rrlrp. I'liiujrtutil I'M., 4 "' " i. i ) '!. . Si 'I lildavr .,, i.. . Full and Oomplote Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKE2tf? y Stmi-SBteH- n Interior oarnal I characteristics of the boys Who Walt on Senators BEAUFORT LABORATORY. ACPROFESSOR'S COUNT OF THE WORK DONE. JOK COUGHO nnu Ottt.jP U8ft and lleiirosonta-tlv- cs EUSKLNu nOe PATROiNS. HOW SHREWD RAILWAY AGENTS MANAGE TO SECURE PASSENGERS. Persistant Methods to Get anil Hold Trndo How IVopIo at the Hotels Are Worked Obtaining Necessary of n Stranger Kesults. fuforma-atlo- n People, w ho travel much run up against many strango oxporlencos. Not tho least of these, are tho curious ways adopted by tho trunk lines running west from this city to passengers. It is an oxporionce that ono lias only in a vory few other cities in tbo country. In Chicago, St. Louis and Now Orleans virtually tho samo methods aro pursued, but tha cxperlenco can bo had in no other eastern city than New Yerk. Tho strango oxperieneo Jill comes about in this way: A resident of Chicago , for example, tired of tho wheat speculative bmlnesw, and tho continued swag-f&- r about how much greater the lake City is than is St, Louis, decides to leavo thero and como to Now York to get somo idea of what s tho groat world is like, and what real Is, bus!-aies- ro In tho National Capitol. Some Interesting character and peculiar bits of llfo aro found In the pages of the snn-it- e and houso of representatives. In the upper branch of congress there are about fifteen ind in tho lower branch about thirty-flvpages. Their duties aro well known to the average reader. Their fields of lalwr aro tho floors of tho two branches of congress. A page for tho senate, howovcr, nover does anything for a member of tho house, and vice versa. Sometimes a pago Is found who Is but ilmoat of age and nearly thoy averago from 0 to 14 years, and most of them aro very small in sUturo, and upon first sppearaneo boyish in character. As years go on, if they aro retained the littlo fellows become sagacious, often proud, and not infrequently imitate the statesmen in bearing and o full-grow- UNIVERSITY THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect The Farmer and Ills Dram. Thero Is a statistician about the Palmer bottle of Aycr's d$uo Cure, and What Ten Years Have done. houso who ctasires to impress everybody with have never since had a chill. A gentleman tells me that the averago pubeconomic facts. Said ho: "Do you tee tliat replies: "I thought I'd try another road man over there! Well, he's a farmer down lic llfo in Now York is ten years. Tho reEDWIX miRPElt." going back so as to take in the scenery." The near Elgin. There ho goes with a friend: mark was called out by seeing Tom Murphy rnnr.nr.D by runner had met such people before and had they've going to get a drink. Tho former pass along the street Just think what a Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Maw, power this man was only a few years ago It talked them out of the scenery theory. will pay for it. Now, let mo see. That man Sold by all Drugget. "People who make such experiments usually will sweat two mortal hours next spring to the politics of New York and the nation. regret them, he remarks, "because, you see, plow enough ground to raiso one bushel, i Ho was the chum of nearly ever loading man they miss the much more romantic scenery on That bushel of corn ho will sell for SO cents. ' who has mado the history of this country fot the X. Y. & Z. Take a train back over the He is going in thero now to spend tbo SO tho past quarter of a century. He was same route, Thompson," he advhes, "and see cents for two drinks. Thereforo, the farmer rich citizen when Gen. Grant took him uj tho country you missed seeing cowing on and the com have parted. Now, let mo tell and made him collector of the port In those cast You see you were asleep when you you what becomes of tho corn. A bushel of days he was a welcome guest in tho houses of pawd through tho most pIcture3,uo territory corn makcu seventeen quarts of whisky the bravest and best in the country II" s.if on the route. That's a misfortune that as an honored guest at all tho great feasts, gallons. Tho distillery ..I1011M be our crowning glory. Aver'. passengers have to be subjected to." gets its first profit to cents a gallon. There and he once told me that his political oxpori-encHair Vigor will rcstoro the vitality aud cost him over (400,000. Be that as il And the runner looks as if he actually be- you are, $2 for that bushel of corn. color of youth to hair that has become lieved tho fiction he relates, and sighs over "Now tho government comes in, 90 cents a may, ho was poor when he left public office. what Thompson misled in the way of scenery gallon 13.85 added to the $3 makes $5.8. Ho is much poorer now. thfiiand faded; and, where the glands are coming east. "And it costs $1.50 more to go That brings the product of the bushel of corn He is getting old and seems to be desponnot decayed or absorbed, will cause a new by way of the other route, too," adds the down to the jobber and tho wholesaler, and, dent How or where ho Uvea tiono of his old growth on bald bends. pruce railroad man. "That pays for two finally, by several stages, to the retailer. By associates seem to know and most of them tho youthful color and vigor anoals," With this shot, which touches the the time it reaches the latter the bushel of shnn him. It looks a little hard that a mac of the hair bo preserved to old economical side of the wild westerner, who corn, or its product of four and a quarter gal- who once held his place In life and who wai ase? Head the following, from Mr. G. ioels that during his visit here ho has "blown lons, has been reduced and to e which means always in" a little moro money than heoueht to havo eight and a half gallons. Thero aro sixty fault should spend tho last days of his life in Norton, Soincrvlllc, Masj. : " 1 havo Used done, the runner leaves him. Tho shot has drinks to tho gallon that is the average Avrr's Hair Vigor for the past 30 years; poverty and sorrow, uut tho world seeim struck and tho spruce young man goes his eight and a half gallons mean 270 drinks at to get the drop on a man hero in New York and, although I am upwards of CO, my way. 15 cents each thero we have (46.35 as the oftener than any place iu the world, and when y hair Is a abundant aud glossy as The next morning, when Thompson comes consumer's price for a bushel of corn which it does thoy throw up their hands easily and when I was 25." down to get his cocktail so as to save a the farmer raises and sells for 30 conta. Who rarely ever get them down again. New York assured, that a trial of Ayer's Hair tip to a boy to bring it up to his room-- he says there is not Industry in this country) Cor. Ihiladelphia Times. Vigor will comluco you of Its finds a letter in his box. That letter draws But the farmer wo saw just now spent his Afloat In a Florida Wlldernns. powers. Mrs. M. K. Goff, Leadv file, Col., attention to tha fact that the X Y. & Z. whole bushel of corn in the prico of two My good friend, Dr. Battey, comforted me writes: "Two years ago, uiy hair having road continues to bo picturesque, continues to drinks, and tho people who do not till tho toil by telling of his trip to Titusville, away down bo 11.50 cheapor in iterate for tickets than got away with $40.05. Chicago Herald. almost entirely fallen out, I commenced south of this, on a little steamer that was the tho other route, continues to furnish meals the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. my oury ono that piled that river, and how for for 75 cents each two meals for tho $1.50 What Hergh Has Accomplished. hair Is 20 Inches long, fine, stroDg, nnd t many miles it steamed along iu narrow wind- ,, rfww saved and continues to have sleeping coaches u .u. tk healthy." ' ' , -- ..,.. Ii and various other things for the comfort and luuiuit iuux loci;, till ... illl'iii' t , exiirts. tecs, hemmed in on either si le by a watery uju nuiv nnd strengthened convenience of its patrons. It also cently. sion of which n mustache had no qualifying wilderness, with logs und tussocks hero aud by the use of but firmly indicates that trains leave accord-in- g effect, but whoso hair, hanging with the there, and alligation sunning their scaly Aycr's Hair Vigor, tho hair regains Its to the Inclosed schedule, and that its off- drooplness of a weeping willow over a tomb, backs and ho got to thinking about how if th boat should tako fire, what then. Ho could youthful color nnd vitality. Rev. II. I ices are plainly designated on that schedule. Ls helpful to the sadness of his asiy-ct- . This is Thompson ul ways reads, commonly figures up Henry Bergh, tho soul and Ixxlyof tho Society almoBt jump to tholiank or a log or n tussock, Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklon-bur- g but what next After the boat was burnd Ihis fliwmw, generally yMds to tho combined for tha Prevention of Cruelty to Co., N. C, writes: "I have ued Animals. It what would become of him, a pitiful stwctaele iirguments, and goes mid buys, a ticket homo i.' not many years ago that ho was Now Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. sitting on a rotten stump with his feet In the Jby way of tho X Y. Z. road. ork's greatest butt for ridiculo. Within a water and waiting It Is an excellent preservative." No road, for n rescue. There are other ways in which thaw visii lonth I havo seen a laboring man get up to no telegraph, no other Iwitt to como, und in tho use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. tors east are unconsciously roped in, so to i,ive him a seat in a horso car, xvcognlunt; speak, by the shrewd local agents or by tho Uni as the benefactor of the horse with whom about twenty four hours the people of Ban. A. Dadman, Waterloo. Mo., had Passonger his hair restored to its original healthy agents and ticket ho got bis living. Of course, Bergh is a crank. ford would bflln to wonder why the boat did "seniors." liro rs have men who daily visit the hotels, Nono other, to cite new proof conclusive, net como boot, and iu author twenty-fou- r condition. He was nearly bald, and very hours they would send up a skiff or soi noUnd out about the arrivals, and follow care- would violently denouueotho gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of exfully with their circulars the list of arrivals periments of Pasteur because hydrophobia the thing, and long leforo It arrived the alligathey involve 'he Vigor were required to restore my tors would grab him unless bo waded to a as dally published. Hotel clerks are worked sacrifice of pretty rabbits merely to save huhair to Its j outhful color and quantity ." tree and climbed it and got in a fork, and to find out nlx)ut tho movements of tho man Ixjlngs from horrible death. But Aycr's Hair Vlgorcure, dis patrons of the house, and drummers tell their New Yorker knows that he lias nearly every even then tired nature would go to slevp and he would fail into an alligator's mouth at favorite tickot broker or agent when mereases of tho calp. F. II. tho horses in this city, that he chants have como to town and when they will has almost done away with dog and cock lj.t And he said it all worried him so he Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I hud return home. Strangers hero who float about fighting, ami that he devotes his timo and e would have given $100 to be safo at tho end been troubled for years with n dli,io of of his journey. "Bill Arp" in Atlanta Contown in tho evening meet in all sorts of places unsparing to the protection the fcalp ; my head was covered with dat anistitution. agreeable young men who aro during tho day mals. "Uncle Bill's" New York of dumb , Slit (l.Jk l.nta .I.. u lllMlft Letter. .11 mi, iiiu uit uuir ury ami uursll. A ei's employed in tioket offices, and who spend the Hair Vigor gave mo Immediate relief, evenings nt hotels and othor public resorts in Korean Hatred of the Japanese. Process for ltapldly Drying Timber. clrmi'cd tho scalp, and rendered the hair Ono more question: What do tbo Koreans the interest of their employers. They devote A now American proeoi for rapidly drying noft and pliable." themselves to soekmg out and becoming think of tho Japanese? The aaswer is simtimber, bides, wool, grain, and subwith strangers in town, and while stances surcharged with moliture, other been ple. They hate tliera with an undying has buying them drinks or cigars give them their attracting considerable attention in England. hatred. Three hundred years ago Japan ruined Korea ruthlessly killed thousands, card, which always-contal- n information that It Is called tho cool-drconair process, burned all tho large cltitfl, laid in ruins overy tho price of drinks or cigars is Intended to sists in passing through the chamberand MtKJ'Alll.U UV containconvoy. That lnformafion is either the ad- ing the moisturo-lodeHr. J. C. Ayer So Co., Lowell, Mass V. S. . material a continuous anotent building and teinplo, wantonly devantage of some particular route to their currentof furnace-drieair having a tempera- stroyed overy work of art, paralyzed every For sale by ad Dru industry hi tho laud. iiome, or tho fact that tickets can be bought ture between 90 and 00 degrees Fahrenheit Korea has never recovered from that ait Mr. Someone's agency at less tlian schedule Tbo moisture ls absorbed by the air in w rates. Ne1" York Times. recite the story a manner that oak logs aro re- skock. Tbo Koreans ported to have been finished in nine days. of their wrongs with cheeks talo with re A Largo Interest on Perquisites. y although natural drying would have required venge ond flats clenched In anger. HXijTR I "My child, it is nooassary you should doclde three or four years. The temperature Is so the Japanese treats tho Korean with brutal totween them." "But I can't, mamma." moderate that delicate fabrics and chemicals scorn and violence. Thoro is but ono testil wish to loll threo small "You love them bothl" "Dearly." "Well, tro not Injured Arkaimw mony. One day's visit to Korea will show Fork Land, on 'conululni: fii-t- ' of i;ood Htmlo Traveler. tcri'H, one HO which has the largest income?" "Henry has scenes of brutality of Jajvinese toward Kor- Hrt'L'MBDd thelhlnl 110 tbe latter Novel Effect In Parlor Trimmings. $75 a week and George has only $70." "Then eans that mako one long to play Mom with with comfortable irupr T,iuint. all rich land snd In leparnte trstti A'si ISO A even of No The architect of Mr. Charles A. Potter's Ue rascals. I cama near doing so myself to a 1 do not hesitate; marry Henry." "Yes, but l,an4 on Ma'in' Oip, nur All George has vory largo twrquisites, mamma, house, at Chestnut hill, Philadelphia, has pro- Japanese soldier, and would havo gono for him of Knob laud has Iveii latnlr urrvrpj bunfotd. one this nnd anr . nt t.y cilltnK on uie and you know " "My, darling, perquisites duced a novel effect by giving to tho trim- if I hod been armed so at to defend myself wlalilnx to purchase i vi don't lost, and $5 a week is a large interest on mings of the parlor tho tint of charred wood. in caso he drew his weapons. Japan, nation- Will II low for cah or on my reasonable time It was altogether an accidental result, tbe ally, is treating Korea very cordially it is with lntoreat at G p;r cent; prospective perquUltes." Chicago Tribune. n. l. 3t. FKI.A Kr wood having been primed with a light coat of her interest to do so. Cor. Inter Ocean. Stanford, Old sailors say when the gulls circle high black, which turned out to bo so satisfactory I'. H, I hare h dumMt of . in the sky, look out for a storm. When the tha. it allowed to remain without Tho valuo of bttuovoienco de)ends upon Its FMno Hilllw, birds fly low tho weather will lo fair. hajige, Exchange. being brought to maturity. Menclus. (Ycaillcinsnil wesnllnKv'iht I wIIIk-UIoand There aro nineteen foreign bom members to 1th HLKKPUSSNIiiiiI mUersMe l,j that any of ru tine femalfs, afil oon stln:-The University of Lou!sv;!Ie eent ou Dokoof I'MIctIcw, . a,uirl.,r animal; or I will of the present national house of representa- Is the ' terrlli'" eoiuh. lemiMr for xseMsnste lor fat ho-. Alii ner oekw' SI j u.ui medjcil graduatM Fneeday 01.. I tives. iMl'i A M. K. 7u. Tor lu it M. I.. Kiiwrnt-V- , , Ho goes to a local oflloo of, say, tho X. Y. & Z. rood in that city and buys a ticket for Now York. Ho wonders, perhaps, 'why tho ticket agent is so suave, why he is so anxious About his patron's health, and why ho asks so politely his name, when ho is to return west, And perhaps at what hotel he is to stop when in Now York. Ho wouldn't wonder if ho know all th& inns and outs of the railway passenger business. Ho learns something of them before ho gets back to Chicago. It is learned by reason of a train circumstances vhich he has uuoonsciously set in motion tvhen he talked to that suave ticket agent in Chicago. T at ticket agent, having socurod the money for tho passage east, wants Another whwkntthat pocket book w hen the passenger comes back home. So, in tho caso cited, the tickot agent would sit do w and write to tho local agent of X. Y. & Z. here, 3Ir. James Buckley, something like this: "CniCAOO, Jan. Joseph H. Thompson on ticket No. 187,429 over left here our line. Ho is going to spend n week in New York, and will probably step nt the Metropolitan hotel Catch him for tho return trip. Travels llrst class and sleeper. KETcnuM & Sellum." Mr. Thompson does arrivo here, and one of tho X. Y. fc Z.'s men who dally scans tho list of hotel arrivals for old patrons of the road finds that Mr. Thompson is reported in the .daily hotel paper as a guest at the Metropolitan. Mr. Thompson takes in tho town in the anost approved style, perhaps, and finds out that Chicago isn't much of a town after alL Air. Thompson has about finished business or , when ho is met either in the lobby of the hotel or the by a spruce jronng man who would be offended at being called a "runner." But he is a runner all the same. The two fall into conversation naturally, take a drink or a smoke together naturally, and Thompson Is led to tell the day on which ho is going to start homo. This last is done unwittingly. Then tho young man asks Thompson how he came east, and Thompson ay he came by way of the X. Y. & Z. "And you are going back by tho same route, suppose, becausa they always treat one so well on tho X Y. & Z." remarks the young .man casually. Ho isn't stunned a particlo when Thompson to-da-y sight-seeingbar-roo- m Tnn TRAIN OF CIRCUMSTANCES. conversation. Thero is no better school for a boy in which to become an actor, He has tho best of to study every phase of character. Speaking of tho pages sometimes imitating tho acts of their superiors, reminds mo of an Incident that occurred n few days ngo. A very dlmunitivo pago who was borne upon was tho rolls of tho last congress superseded. ho When learned that his place had been given to another hi became considerably dejected, for this IRtle fellow had dissipated In a mild way and had been profligate, so that ho was found almost without fumls, mid was far awny from homo. But the boy had been an observer and know a trick or two. Ho studied tho situation. Ho solved it. Going to his boarding-hous- o ho hastily packed up his effects without attracting tho attention of any one With great caution he removed them to another quarter of the city. Then ho went outtobidhtj confreres adieu. Meeting ono of them, who was about 10 years old, and as tall as a man's arm is long, he said: "Well, good-byold fellow; I'm off. My constituents have given mo tbo Dhaka I was defeated in caucus and beaten in convention. Tho situation, howovcr, leaves me a little flat. I am nearly broko; but I hvo found n way Sometimes the pages run in schools, like flsh, and become clannish. Not infrequently ono meets a crowd of them, all under three feet in height, at tho midnight hour, howl. making the town Many of them smoko cigarettes and play billiards. Frequently tho little fellows drink beer, out I dolt." will jump my boerJ-bll- l. They all for thoy can buy it anywhere at tho counters. There is not a very great proportion of them, however, who fall into theso channels of dissipation. Those who do generally couii from tho larger cities. Then tho pages havo n way of ''hazing," and some of tho capers they play upon plebeians or inexperienced boys are wonderfully severe and terribly embarrassing. Ono of tho favorite tricks in tho lino of hazing is to take a new loy down in tho loner basement under tho hall of tho houso and show him tho "rubber man." This basement is very dark and very broad and cavernous. Portions of it are and tho unsophisticated youth soon finds himself lost. Tho surroundings aro weird and frightful, and it sometimes takes an hour to get out. Pages received $75 per month during tbo session. Those in the house are generjlly ch.inged every two years, but the boys in tho senate are retained, and soma of them grow up to manhood from childhood at their posts of duty. Washington Letter. d, 1 , i I Life of n Scientist at the Seaside Apptl-nncc- s for Study and Investigation A Great Deal of Work Dono Near the Middle or tho Night Methods. In a conversation lately with Prof. Henry Nochtrieb, of tho state university, that gentleman gavo n graphic account of llfo at tbo scasldo laboratory near Beaufort, N. C, maintained by tho John Hopkins university. According to tho professor's statement, the laboratory has been variously located on the purifier, It Is cry much superior to any coast, at tho "Rip Uaps," nt Fortress Monroo, other preparation of Sarsapnrllla. All nt Hampton, Va., etc; but tho present locaperson of scrofulous or coiiMiniptlvo tention is most favorable In many respects. dencies, nnd especially delicate children, Tho laboratory is provided with an excelnro suro to bo greatly benefited by Its lent yateh, steam launch, a number of row use." J. W. Starr, Uoonla, low u, wi lt : boats, a dredge lor collecting submnrina "For years I was troubled with forms, small dredges for moro delicate work, complaints. I tried eienil different with u great variety of shovels and spades for digging in tho bhoals. Thero nru also preparations, which did me little, If tin? several forms of dip nets and tow ncte and a good. Two battles of Axcr's Siirtiit largo troll net Tho building occupied is of rllta effected a complete cure It Is mv cypress wood, put together with copper opinion tlin; this medicine Is the list nails. So far as posslblo, each man Is given blood a room and a table. Tho appliances for prosecuting his work consists of a microscope, a number or small glass vessels, and a large glass jar, in which ho keeps his llvo material for futuro uso or for tho purpose of studying of tho day." C. E. Upton, Nudum, N. H., appearanco and habits. Various instrument writes: "For n munlter of jettrs I chemicals complete tbo outfit and was troubled with n humor In in Tho timo for collecting tho material d and unable to obtain relief until I on tho tides a good deal Other things being favorable, tho evening when the water using Ajci's Saruiixuillu. I lme is very still is to bo preferred. Thoyatch, taken several bottles, am greatly benesteam launch or row boats ore called into fited, and bcllcvo it to be the best of bio d requisition as the occasion may demand. It purifiers." 11. Harris, Crci City, Uhiiim-may bo 10 or 12 o' clock at night before the I b , Co., Dakota, writes bun mi material is brought into tho laboratory. lnteno sufferer, with Dv)cdi. for the Then each of the men takes his tumbler full, past three year. Slv montlf :iB-- I lee'un goes into tno lltuo room and consumes Uu midnight hours in a patient study of the, to use form oflifo which ho finds in Uio water. Most of tho animals aro microscopic; that is, they would seem so to the uninitiated eye. But the trained scientist can detect thorn in tho water quite readily. Copious drawings art made, and tho llvo material is put to as muck use as possible on tho spot It has effected tin entire cure, and I ntu at 4 o'clock is the mohnino. now as well as over." Each of tho men is usually working up somo special animal, and to that ho devote Sold by all Druggists. his exclusive attention. It may be that then l'rlio 91 ; Six bottles, 5. aro only certain hours of Uie day or night Prepared by Dr. J. C. A er .t Co., Low eil, when ho can find his animal in tho water. Kb! Mtut., U.S. A. instance, one of tho men discovered that tht animal ho was working up discharged iti eggs only nt 4 o'clock iu tho morning. Accordingly, in order to study the early stagt of tho nnimal be was obliged to do his collecting at that hour. A great deal of tho laboratory work is done in or near tho middlo of tho night Perhapt that accounts, in some measure, for the peculiar feeling w hich the natives regard tli- men of scieuce. They work at night and IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and mako up for it by sleeping in the day time. Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious rover. Very little dissecting or sectioning Ls dono ai Dengue (or " Urcak-bon- e " Fever), I.I ver tno laboratory, partly from the fact that it ii Complaint, and all dbouses arising from difficult to uso chloroform in that diunp. Malarial poisons. humid climate, and partly because it is preferred to study tho living apjiearanco and "Harpers, S. C, Ju ly 0, 1SS4. habits of the animals when they are fmh, and "For eighteen months suf-erc- d reserve the more minute study for the leisure with Chills and Fever, of the winter. Accordingly tho tiny organ having Chills every other day, isms are hardened and colored and put up bj a delicate process for winter use, St Paul After trying various remedies Pioneer Pross. recommended to cure, used a health, and tho truo way to luiure health Is to purify your blood with Ayer's Mrs. Eliza A. dough, 31 Arlington st., Lowell, Mass., writes; "Etery winter and spring my family, Including myself, use soerai bottles of Aycr's Experience hns convinced mo thttt, ns a powerful Sar?n-parlll- tffr!8jiygfe. a. iIRInIi sktv aaaaaaaaak. v fiaMJH Ml Blood Swift's Specific la nature'a.'own rmiicdr, made from roots gathered Irom'.the foreiU ofCleorglt. Tha method by which It ti niS'lt was obUlned by a haU-brrr- d from the Crock. InJI.im wlio'.lnhablte 1 certain portion of Georgia, which was oomtuunlcvted to ono ol ilia early aetUers, and, thus the formula lift, been hand cJdown to tho preterit day. The abore cut represents the method of manufacture twentr yrari ngo, by Mr. C. T. Swift, ono of the present ptoprl etors. The demand bai been gradually Incrrailns until a (100,000 laboratory l now necessary toaup. ply the trade. A foreign demand has been created andenUrgeillarllltlPi ,l'l U uecpsury to meet It. v-- t nja vv- . vz "or xlm Xi es -! -l -- eY Cv" as lV , ' 1 Purifier This great ' Vegetable Blood Purifier Cnncor, Ciiturrli, Scrofula, Eczema, cere, Klieumutl.siii, Wood Taint, Ul- !.. ' . '""" coantat. r Chbtisa Tt.islot rotl4ltt ,B""";khicm.i:hiiv M u - miwron .air1M ritM. .si ' A.hv.nr'lr frf l rr'tc ' .VALTRHA TAYLOR. Atltnts.Oa 1 . iKS, t.l' 'fl frra tf f It. ,.n. !n. .run urmm, a m, HnttxtR Shim, i ulllnr I nlnrlfH tut looMCt ih t I ,ilmq- rlr miTDln, wuili. I v . ff i i. r.!imnibri.tB ,ol rrosps.1 WHn wnMwl Hb u, hllOf mwt In in ti U't flUoH B.M, rr " NealUiinrArftwBirarv.ftD r,ml rr Cbt Crttiv " i 3?r. Both lor sale by Dr. L. EOUHNK, Ptanford cc, OPERA HOUSE! -- 1 v - HTA.NUmi) hV Utrrdltary or otherwise, without the utt ol Mer. Propriotor W. P. WALTON, cury or l'otatli. Bookson "Contagloui Wood l'ulion" and "Blood Blse of Stage, 20iW. Klght complete sets of Been. and 8kln Plicaes" uiallrd free. fry. Besting capacity, Including gallery, ton. For sale by all driiinlili, Ueasonable rates to good attractions. THE 8WIFT 81'ECinC CO., N. V, 157 3V1 St. Prawcr 3, Atlanta, (la. A. Orniml roiiabliintioii INTERIOR Courier-Journ- Sarsaparilla AYER'S Frank Allison, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, STANFORD, KY. Offers bit serrlcea to tbe people of 8 snford and THE JOURNAL al And the Loulsrllle Weekly Ont year for only 83 two psner for little more than the price oflone. ry vicinity. Iingcxperletreand eareful attention guaranty satisfaction. Ilulldlng material o( detcrlptlun furnished at low rates. Ague Cure I AYER'S Dyspepsia & Asthma Can llo Cured. Their l perhaps nodlvue si ire,lent at I)r, Persia or liullinllon. and one. too, that uptoiLa present tlni baa battled the still of lb most euil- net t physicians Two.thlrls of the chronic dli (sm-hare their o'lclu In uyifef Tnssrtap. tomare losi of appetite, loss or ft esti, a feeling ol nau fullness or weight In the stomach, cr Tomltlng, acidity, flitulenrr, dull pain In the be d, with a sensation of heaTlprta or gl'ld). ness, Irregulailty of bowels, low spirits, sleepless, neas sallow skin, derangement of tldueys,acd cot uofrf quently palpitation of tha heart. If you are suffering with any of these ijnipUms T JylngusHyou will for one year your home paper with the rewire l, tho mnsenutlTe newspaper of tbe South, democrat. Jo and for tariff for revenue only, and the best, bilgbUst and ablest tatnlly weekly In the United Mute. Tuns who desire to examine a sample copy of the Courier-Journran do so at this offlc Courier-Journa- - - v. ' tyjoutsviiit HtwAtaAarjCtiiacoJi U-- nt . Through Coaohoa and Pullman Slooping Oars. From- - DR. HOLT'S I.oiiiHTlllo lu Clilaifro, I Dyspeptic Elixir will fiiuu: YOll. "tanf rd, Tor sale by Dr. M U. Pou ne, Ky TJ.fm ClucluiiiUl to C'hk'MKo, IiitlliMittpoll to CliletiKO THROUGH Vfa LTe. Uiulstllle tFme Loulstllln .. ...m... I TABLE 7 j Arr. " Chicago Lfaytt., MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr Thia Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Hoputation, AND a m 1 so p ra 8 10 p mi - 40 8 00 a Mam p tu la Via Cincinnati.- Ls. Cincinnati 1 -- ... D.I .....K..' .... tall) . Your Hair flatly aiceptBundsy )f HsiuC Upu '."a jppta I.". " Pi , tUiu ''" Besureyonr ticket reads via the east-bou- MONON ROUTE, (L. N. A. A C. K'y) as It Is tbe quickest, the belt and most direct line to Chicago and points In tbe Northwest. Tickets tU tbe Monon flouts on ule at all principal ticket offices. For rates, tusps and lull In formation, address WM. S. HAI.DWIN.O. V A., Chicago. A, J. OUEILLV, O. cJ.'a., Loulst Ule. e I Iti MAY one-hal- f, opeii-hande- d free-hearte- d Proprietor is Determined that it Shrill be deoond to no Countrr Hotel in the State in its Faro, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. Hagsjaar will be coareisri to and from t he dr free of charge. Special arcnramodatl to Commercial Traielers. Tht liar will always tspsllsd with tne choicest ttraadsof Llgnors and Cigars. CHESPEllKjNB ro OHIO fly. os Kcuftickj'H Itonlo EhM Washington, Philadelphia and BE For Hard Times, the immm journal now xorK. The only line running- - To-da- y I'ULMIAN 'C,V NLKEl'IXU ...: RENEWED demorest's ILLUSTRATED WilhTwl, A SOLID TRAIN reoM Louittvillo, Uiucinuati & Lexington, Connecting In tbn same ai i'arji Kj,, MONTHLY sMAGAZINE! Cut Paper Pstlerns of jour sslsction and of any sirs. Fast TrainB for Now York, TbnltJrectlEoiiteto deot lt!i cJ BY Both Publications, One Year, k, Dadlll, Norlolk and all Vlrclnla and North Carolina Points. Tor tickets and further inlorinstlon, nnplr to your nearest ticket otllco or aJdn-a- s W. W. Mon- UlT. freight and I'asH!ngr Agent, Unlngton Gsn'l Macaiter, Utchmnnd. Lyncbburs. $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), Oon'l Virginia r.'r Atfl abol-ishe- USING A THEy - for-tun- . y Ayer's Hair Vigor, , zi-u. n d to-da- (ONTAININO Stories, Poems snd other Llterar) sltrsetions, comblmnrj Arlislio, Sclentiflo antf Household matters. Jllunlrnlfil teUh Orlihml Sttrt JTifrnt-in- gt, J'ltotuttriirttrre, (HI l'leturr$ unit ! itoorriir. mtiktuu It the Model Jffii(Jiizlnc of .ttnrrlra. t?rr.-cMamizlnn contnlrti n COTTON OltDKIt, ctitttllnjx tbo holder to tlu fdrctioii of ANY PATTEIIV lllustrutcd In that tiuuibcr. nml in ANY SIZIJ. DEMOIUWT'S MONTH LV Is Jsiftlv cntltlo.1 tho World' Model Muiriizlno Tho UtrifrKt In ,,.'.l2'?tlln I'3.yr,t I" 'lrotilntlon nnl the hem TW.P ,i0,L,r wnll' M inrnzliio Isam-wlh f of It8 pttbllcatlon; It ft contlnunll lunirDvtil nnd nt extensively ? to.Plneo It In the front mnk of I'lttnily l'oiioOk'uH. utnl i'iuul to imy tnnfruzlr.o It cpntaliiiTJ lairM,lurroitmrto, 8j,.t11'j Inchej, eleiritntly lrlntf.l nnd fully IlIiHtnitcl Put). tlstisHl by . Jeuulnirs Demorot, New York, tKjthoTR-entjr'oiiilrn- Of all tho Magazines. BES I Louisville L.&N. & -- Nashville R. R. - T1IK OUKAT- TUROUGU TRUNK LINE TO TUB SOUTH & WEST WtTII Pullman Palace Sleepers. IiOtilAvllltt To-da- FOB AND BY BPECIAL AGREEMENT WITH THE COMBINED to IViiftlivillp, Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year, 419 Atlanta, tfrv, m.nViS wtjrf&&ms& J.illle Kook. Mobile mid Acu Orleans. Only ono change to points In ItloiifKoiiicry, u&W'.Wa'&& PjicErS' ucsptii' vTy J W .,rifiwriif,.A v j.- - . Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Becking homes on the lino of this road will recelre special rates. eiiortljorn I w VTIII - '' iw liiuursiiuui, rn dinwUon for t lutrntr wllUjlcrJrllOxl! m. H,. W fmTOR IBQQ.rOH ..., bmaUlfllarfrrH tAi'l L.BT'tir.ti -- It. Jvl - v O1 KPiTt JX a D. M. FERRY rUrittar im.m.Ay, i ri.oivr.icbiiKuN, CMWU.t, .. i t Ml & iuiuid Jfililloni ssu'l tsIiiiMo VIUIIWj nII urMln fimlui'jl KM I v. COUIlo. ni(x..l '" ."". -- : fJOpsial. .. LCr3t?Hi!en,,crlhlJ, ComPDy C. I'. ATMOItU', iln CO., Detroit, Mlohlgaiu r, '' Uulsfllle, Ky ,i raUs.iouUa a..