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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886030901 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. l Jfetw 0 VOL. XIV. StmS-ffiteU- kiti Itmad-ud-Dan-lab- mteflif amfttai NO. 105. FOR SALE 102-t- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1886. Intcriorlournal i! GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praise tho Lord. God is Love and ing Else." Noth- VubtlHhctt Tttcailau -- AT and Fftdav a l'BIlANNUM. CASH. understood If wo ctcJIt that 11.50 will lo ex peeled and demanJui. Aaiu, N. W. P. India, Jan. 15th, Itmad-ud-Danla- 1880. fCONTIHUKU FBOM LA8I ISSUE. J r. Across the river and nbout a mllo above thd city lie tho tomb of the Prime Minialer of Jehanglr. He was such, in virtue of hi position as the EmpeWhich Be Ye Alto Read' A Warning ror's father-Ilaw, more than for any spec Should Be Regarded by All. of an ial ability to aid in ruling tho country. There la rt Inat time to all twliiR The fact is thus old Mogbula did their earthlj nature. There will b a lat time own governing, and relied very little on when the farmer will cultWate hid flelil any one but theni'elve. They nllowed no and gather In hi crone j when the merchunt Highlawyer hl of Ulsmarcs to overshadow their lijyal ahull visit hU store ami tho ness, mil their Wazirs wero mere conveniGee. Dilljr many are doing their laailhlnn. ences and tool instead of eemtmatcrs. Dilly the eye of multitude are forever Itmad ud'DanUh' daughter wa tho faThey closed upon theao earthly ecenes mous Noor Jehan or "Light of tho world," pan away from the world, and the place and, curiously enough, her history run that have known 'hew, know them no more parallel with that of the beautiful Btthshe forever. ba, whose overpowering charm led even At regard rell(lou matter and the such an one as "Dirld the King" astray, thioRi that pertain to our emlaUng Inter I can not tell you how it impressed me to eil, there will be a l"t time. There will hear the old Maulri in charge of the garden be a last time when we hall open the BiItmad ud Danlah's tomb, Jast above. ble, when we shall bow the knee In prayer which once formed part nf the petted beauand when we (ball Writ the house ol Ood ty' dower going over her history in There will he to u a last Bahbath. Erery terms that might havo been taken from the numbers upon Sabbath there are lrj;e scriptunl account of David' amour 2 whom lis holy light shine for the lat time. Sam. 11. The husband of her youth wan Before another Habbath returns to shed tip. an officer In the King's army. Jehanglcr, on the world It cheering beims, they are by some chance, saw her, fell violently In gone from It no more to returc; when agnln love and determined to make her hii bride, hell summon the wor the church-goin- g at all costs of honor and right. Ha sent shippers to the bouse of prayer, tbeli eyes (as Dtvid did Uriah) Uuh gallant young will be cloeed in the eilence of the urate. soldier on a desperate service, where all We know not when the last time to u the chancel were against hi returning with respect to any of lhee thing shall be. alive, and it fell out according tOjhl wish. In many Instances it will be much sooner The poor fellow never saw bis lovely wife than people think. Whilst they may be again and tho Emperor soon won the widcounting on future day and yeue, the ow for his own. Prom that time her inflt-en- ce fuumoni miy come to them, and pre over him wns utiboundeJ, and, to do pared or unprepared, they must go and ren- her justice, she exercised it for much good der up their account to Ood. We should, to others. Her chief fancy seemed tn lie therefore, life a though each day might he in tho direction of making es many happy our 11. We should lire eich day a matches between congenial pairs a possithough we might be enjoying our last prlv ble. Many hundred of dowerle maidens We liege and Join our last thins. the gave portion to Iroui her private purse should duly heed that tolemn admonition: and although she had no children of her "Ua ye alio ready, for in such an hour a own, she did not allow her motherly heart ye think no', the S m of Man cometh." to wither and dry up, on that account; but number each day, rather, It took In the sweep of a larger ma lie come to who had no thought of Ih cuulnz. Noth ternal love than that so often cocuned to a Ing I canned b- - ili.wanllns the warning, ingle home aud family circle. She made but much nnyb lost Whllit necessarily a right royal Euprcsj and wa a true wife bulled about the affair of this llfo, it to the man who exalted her to his throne. shoud not bs with a worldly spirit. Whilst At one time she eared his life, in a crisis of we are diligent in buslnen, we should be bi eventful career, by her ready tact and "fervent In spirit, serving the Lord " Then coot intrepidity. She and Jehanger lie at It will not matter how soon or how sudden- the famous tomb of Shadrab, on the right ly we may be called away. We shall bs bank of the Ravee, near Lahore. I hare Golden Ilula eea the gorgeous mausoleum often, in for ready, and all will be well. mer years. It is worthy of the famous Some American Press idioms. pair who are entombed in grandeur, be"We are well informeo" should read, "Here oes fjr a gue " 80 the editor in neath its conspicuous and elegant dome, llinvH b n'raret tW m ijuitc unique, terprets It reliable a I ramember them, for the rare tiling is "We les.ro from a psrfectlr sourcs" meant ''If yon think thi It a lie, blue, green and yellow; as bright now as the day they were erected. don't read It." Weill this biautiful woman, whose ro"At li well known" stand for "Not mantic story ha led us away from the known to us, but likely n not to somebody tomb of her father, Itmad else." might continue, etc.," take the erected this wonderful structure, in filial "We love to hi memory. It Is the most eleplace of ''W have written all w know " gant specimen of perforated marble in "It ha com to our ears" mean "We India or the world perhaps taken a a haven't heard a word " have iait been aured" should whole. One or two pinels may compete or "We or two other famous read, "W have never baen approached on even excel in one pot, but no such extensive and unique a the subject, but w are willing to b." "Wa hain't got no ue for no more stove uw of such work exists in one pltce on wonderful how these artisiio wood," howt that the editor I away and earth. It is thing have turvived the rise and fall of the office boy ha been ordered to set up a One would think that their line to fill out a column -- Printer's Cir- - dynasties. delicato beauty bore its owu amulet of precular. servative power about it, to soften the A Polish wedding took place In Chicago hearls of even the most savage conquerortt. the other ilay, and, according to the cus- Certain it I that successive despot epnred of people, the bride of tom with that cl thtae gems of art, as they havo been spared A dollar each fered her kiatei at on It is not a perfect no where elie on earth scrtmb'e occurred at once among 'he irate fragmeut of n ruin one set-- , right and left, member of the party, but ill was moving here, but in many caeert like tho Taj and along swimmingly, a It were, until some Itmad ud Danlah's tomb -i- ntact monuof her old suitors tried to get the kis with perfect as they ments, that are almost out ptylnir. for It. Of course the groom were on the day of erection. entered serious objsctiom to this, and a row This tomb is quite a woman's concepentued, which wa quelled with difficulty tion of a lovely monumaut, nut ho gruud by the police. The old suitor evidently aud stateiy, as it U exquisitely tasluul in didn't like the Idea of binnin; to pay for all its 'detail. I tiling N jor 'Jehun mutt their kUiei at such a latu hour in the have been a noble woman and I notice game. . how sho 00a red above common prejudices, Jamea B. Pace I the richest mtu in in the conspicuous fact, that in one of the Iiichmond, Virgin!. HU wealth l'1 put corner rooms of this elegant palace tjmb, nt $1,750.00. Mr, Pace, who Is forty eight she placed a grand sarcophagus, as elegantde years old, is Preeldcnt of the Planters' Na- ly adorned as any of the other 5 (who h;r father aod mother lie in etate tional Btnk and of the Memphis, Birming here) to the memory of her father's favo- rbam A Atlantic railroad. JI own,n Pan Handle" of Ternn, tht its Koidmatgar or cook. Tnis Is a wonranch in "the controlling Interest, in large coal and Iron derful thing, in this country, where social enterprises In Alabama, a great deal of real distinctions go so long a way, and create so estate in Richmond, nnd.il a partner in a wide a gap between people who are born in prosperous mer separate grades. All honor lo the womannumber of Richmond' ly heart that overruled the queen's, and did cintile house. not forget, perhaps, her own lowly condi John A,. Cockerlll, cnlUor of the New tion, before royalty set eyes of love upon York World, eayi: 'I have the raot x her Yes, Noor Jehau is my heroine alted respect for the editorial shear. I among these ancient figures that live so Inhave worked in every department of jour-nalli- distinctly in the shadowy record of these from type rfeltiog to defending li- half forgotten ages. An empress who bel suit, and I never feel that I am In could even think ol honoring her fatherV BJoh a fair way to confer a favor on the old cook at all, is an exception, Mmi human ftmlly oa when I am sitting In more when ehe surround a grand marble fronlnf a big pile of exchatus, a ptlr o' aircophacns with his name and station in sharp eciators In my hand and a piste cup ecrlbed In perforated marble screenings at my olbow. that are worthy nf a monarch's resting girl of three years wat saying placo. I take off my hat to this queen of A little her prayers not long since, when her little queens. I do not blame the coldest bloodbrother, about four years old, came elyly ed of all the Moghnlt (aa Jsbangir was) along and palled her hair. Without mov- for falling in love so madly wlti her, ing her head Bhesalds "Please, Lord, ex-c- ro though no love cm justify tho measure he u?id (0 win her to himself, If the Ta be minute whll I icio't llcthy." me W. P. WALTON. h n lre the queen of mausoleum, tomb Is the crown, in tho royal comparison. It, too, is a largo and beautiful garden, but occupies tho exact centre, altho' one of the Bides of tho quadrangle overlook tho river. Perhaps a fear of the possible encroachment of the dangerous stream, led to placing tbo costly building nt a safe distance from the Jumna. Shah Jchan when he built the Taj, made such a river wall n to defy all ravages, In that quarter, for all time, and his embankment is to day, a staunch as when he put it up. The peculiarities nbout the aarcophnsi of and his wife are the per Itmad feet plalnnrrs ol them, nnd the color of the marble. They are cut In solid piece out of the yellow stone of the famous Iltiitoor quarrlei. In the unidorned simplicity of these sarcophagi, I pee another proof of my heroine's good sense. No aping of royalty in adorning the tomb of n pleblan father but the recognition of this fact in the touching plainness of his tomb; whilo the gorgeoutness of the grandeur was heaped upon the external decorations where wealth and taato might vie, without giving offence, In raiting a monument befitting the filial love that shaped iUelf It this costly offering. We had a picnic in the Aram Bigh (Oar-de- n of Rest) a few hundred yards above the beautiful tomb garden of Itmad Nur Jehan's outlook over the river, at this favorite pleasure resort, has been converted into a "dark bungalow," where the Agra people can have their quiet junketings In the shape of pic nlc parties, where onco only royalty was allowed to dis port Itself, lempora Autantur Up and down the Jumna, for miles, on either side, may be seen the broken river walls, and rulncl fragments of what were once very costly vilas; nestling in "garden enclosed," Sol. Song 1:12, nnd overlooking the pleasant water view that tho Jumna afford in exceptional beauty, near Agra The cool etretches of the river must have been at laast delightfully euggeslive in the scorching heats, for which Agra i yet noted, even if they did not modify the intolerable summer climate. Here and there a pretty Kiosk holds Its own against the encroachment of the devouring riyer, end make a corner of an disclosure once devoted to luxury and wealthy leisure. The ruin of a past civilixition are even pathetic in their appeals. Ever in Jesus, Geo O. Barkfs There i In Sumter, county, Ga , a certain pond or swamp of 100 acres or more. The water is very shallow, and graea grows luxurantly In it. Here horses and cattle love to feed and ducks congregate in great numbers. They do not fear the hoses and cat-libut are very shy when a man is round Jim Murray thought that by hitching his boat he could drive horee to a all over the swamp and kill no end of ducks The plan worked well at first. The horse drew the boat easily, but when at the right time Jim said "Whoa," and jumped up to fire at the duck, there was a bitch in the praramme. The horse stopped, but the boat didn't. It quietly floated on and banged against the horse's hind legs. The horse jumped, and at that Jim took a header backward into the water, bis gun going about twenty feet beyond him. Just where the gun went Is not certain. It has not been seen since. The horee and the boat kept right on. When the horse wanted to slop, the boat hit hla leg and urged him forward. When the boat wanted to stop the horse didn't know it. Finally boat and horee got thoroughly tingled up, and the latter went down. Then Jim's brother Tom, who had been watching tho show from the solid land, waded In and cut the horse loose, and tho same time Jim wnded out. The boat v.a not hurt in the least. e, OANIrtLLE, BOTLE COUNT Y. I A nice saddle Stallion, 3 rears old, by On Time. Mr Egmont Lawrence, nf London, II'. L. J)A IVSOX. England, was here last week buying horees for shipment home. SALE. Mr. Jno, P. Hughes, for many years a respected citizen of Lincoln county, died at Ten Stacks of Hay and 100 barrels of Torn, near Moreland. J. JI, t'U ItTEIl, MUledgeTllle. his horre in thin place on Thursday last. The Danvillo Literary Club was entertained by Mr. R. P. Jacobs Friday night, when convict labor wa the subject of I offer for sjile, prlratcly, FOR NOTICES! There Is no practical change In tho condition of Dr. Geo. P. Newlin, ill with Brlght'H disease. Tho doctor say he can not recover, Tho Cttuill.a Urao Concert Saturday night was largely attended, over 200 reserved seats being sold. Camilla was profuse in tho extension of courtesies to newspaper men. It is simply impossibla at this time to rIvo the result of the primary election In this county, on Siturday. Probably the most reliablo of the rumors place Van Winkle's majority at 250 and Warren's at from 283 to 300. Mrs. M. T. Daviers and Miss Annie Daviess, of Ilarrodsburg, mother and sister of Mrs. Wm. Warren, are visiting that lady near town. Mr. F. W. Samuel, a student of one of the medical colleges of Louis yille, is at home on a short visit, Mr. and Mr. T. M. Green, of Maysville, are visit ing the family of Dr. Geo. Cowan. Col. C E. Bowman ba returned from a few weoks' sojourn in Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dunlap have returned from a visit to New fork and Washington City. Mr. J. Wesley Durham, of Custom nouee, Louisville, was hero on a visit to his family Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Rebecca Jones, of is viaitiog the family of Col. Jan. A. Fisher. The young ladles social club was entertained by Miss 8ue McDowell Thursday evening. Eld. John I. Rogers returned from Columbia, Adair county, on Saturday, where he ha been for ten days engaged in missionary work. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Down returned to their home in Chat tanooga on Sunday. Advice frouT Louisville report Mr Marr Warren, mother of R. O. Warren, Eiq , very dangerously ill. Dr. D. C Tucker and family returned from Marlon county on Thursday and are again occupying their residence on Third street. Mr. and Mrs A. S. Robertson, Jr., left on Saturday for New Orleans to attend Mnrdi Gra. Mr. E. W . Lawlew and wife, late of Louisiana, were in town Saturday on their way to Lancaster, near which place Mr. Lawless ha purchased a arm. When you hear a man sneer at the local papers because they are not a nswsy and cheap as the city papers, you can safely bet that he does not squander his wealth to assist In making them bitter, and that generally the papers bnve done more for him than he has for them. The man wbo cm not ece the tieneht arising to o town from a nowspaper has not the sense of an oyster, and he is of about as much value to a town as a delinquent tax Independent. Iist.-ABh- land Four Houses and Lots; also 22 Acrei . of Land. I will sell as a whole, or In lots. It Is the prop erty oltbo lalo A. F. Smith, lrcM. H. C. SSIXTII, Admr.. 103-t- f Crab Orchard. Ky. "03El. lXj3ES. Desiring tochaogs my resldencr, I offer for rale My Beautiful Suburban Home. With 10 Acres of Land attached, I mile west of Lancaster. The bouse Is good, so are the out bouse; there Is a good orchard. Ac. Terms epual to cash. Address me at Lancaster, Lock Box 8l. M- II. 11. XOEL. illiP ! VfcrSi ivMoSSr itfi Valuable Mill Property for Sale The property known as ibe HustonTllIe Flouring Mills will be ottered for rale to the highest and beat bidder, on Saturday, April 10th, 1888. This property Is new, coramodlonsly located at HustcnTllle, Lincoln countr. Kr.. In a fine farm- log region; runs two est of flour burra and one set corn do.: Is furnished with amnla mrhln. err and the latsr appliances and 1 capable of doing large and excellent work. jLoesais will ie posture. Terms made known on day of sale. 102-t- d The Bucket Pump & Water Purifier la an improrement on any Pump or Eierator yet inrentud. The cups descending tnll of air and ascending full of water, circulates tba air from bottom to top of cistern or well, remortng wiggles, water bugs, and rendering tha water mire, reiaor-ln- g all color, bad taste or smell. This Pump bas an lmprored chain; no links to get twisted: each cup la soldered permanently, and Instead ota link, a flat piece ot galraolzed Iron Is cied. Do not purchase a pump until you tee this. Very respectfully, President Hustonrllle Mill Co. ir. jr. sjiim, Stanford Female College ALEX. STANFORD, KY., S. PAXTOX - : W. II. HIGGINN. PISES. MT. VERNON, KY. Tbla old and Hotel la still maintaining It flno reputation. Charges reasonable. Brcctal attention to the traveling public. P. XEWCOJtn, Pro'r. Mt, Vernon, Ky. well-kno83-- m The Second Term of the present session will begin Feb. 1st, 1886. Locatiou pleasant; discipline kind but firm; instruction thorough. Pupils ie-cclrcdat any time. Send for circular. SWim BAKERY. s I hare a German Biker and can get up all kinds of Baking in geed ttrle, such s Wblto Bread, Tea Cakes, Graham Bread, Pound Cakes, r.ye Brfad, Jelly Cakes, Jelly KoII, iiunns, iwiis, Busks, Pies, Olngcr Caks, Cinnamon Cakes, Gln;r Snsps. Large Cakes baked acd trimmed to order. Will sell cheaper than jou ran bake tbrm at borne. I will start my Bread Wagon iiext week and will call at your homes Csll at tbo Yellow Uoujo and see far yoursilrcs. P.cspecirullr, firet-ehi- J. TIH2 LATEST! Between the 20th and the last of this month, I will open handsome Hoe of ladles' and misses' cambrlo and linen underwear, tbe yery best quality, direct from New Yerk. Please do not forget that 1 will also open a handsome line of Millinery April 1st. In the next Issue I shall state where my room will be. 78-2-m J1UB KATE ZtVDDICltJ It. At tbe Post-OlSc- e. 102-- lf ,J. T. JIJItniH. WHISKY FOR SALE. Hundrod andTwonty-FivMado by W. M. Ball, one, old. Apply at once to SS-'- t, J. NEWTON CRAIG, JR.. BEFaESSNTIKO o Barrols. Admr. 82 two and; three year Jacob Miller & fton, Manufacturers of the Celebrated J. A. L.YTLE, EAGLE SHIRT, North Third atreet. - - PHILADELPHIA White, Fancy and Flannel Shirts, Ororallj and Underwent. New York otSco, Ml Uroadway. PIANOS AlW ORGANS. Messrs. B. R. A L. J. Cook urn Acmli tnr fhn John Church A Co. Piano an I Organs, which era- UIH.-me ioiiowiu. oiosi exceutui instruments: &.naoe a uo., uateiton Bros., Decker A eon and reading matter we Ererett Pianoi. Also. Clou h A Vmn nnrl th To thoso desiring additionalthe will club John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments ue moil excellent in lone, or groat durability and Y INTERIOR JOURNAL o utij rampouuoo. men. ah 01 A. B. are warranted for flTe years. References: Penny, Mrs. As follows: E. M. Csrbenter. J. M. Phlllnt. .1. M. Mm ami l. In the mountains to the eastward of San- James Bailey, Stan fori; Mis. Ma&te Holmes, With tbe Weekly 83 CO Crab Orchard; Gen. W. J. Landratn and Miss Liz- " " New York World 2 75 ta Anna, Cal., extending for more than su Huffman, Lancasur, Ky. " ' New York Sun 3 00 thirty miles in the different canjons, are " " Harper's Msgszlae. SCO numerous bee raoche, producing in a good " " Harper's Weekly 5 20 " " season hundreds of tons of excellent honey, Southern Blrouac......... 3 00 " " Home and Farm 2 80 In fact, no matter what publication you desire, Buckleys Arnica Salre we can furnish it With our nancr and urn rmi -. The best BaU In the world lor Cuts. Bruise slpes tbe trouble and expense of remitting for it. " From fMim KA aam a j 9 t fU Sores, Salt Bbtuio, Ftrer fiors. Tetter, Chapped Old subecrlbors. wbo haro alrmdr mtil. run Uands, Chilblains, Corn and allSkla Eruptions, arall themselrea of thlsotTiir by paying tho differaod poiltlrelf cures Pile, or no pay required. I, ence between 82 and the amounts named. w. f. waltun, Pro'r, Stanford. Is guaranteed to giro perfect aatlsftctlon, or money refunded, rrle 23 cent per box. For tale by A large, finely Illnstrated Pamphlet, Penny A MoAltsttr. 0LUBBING BATES. SEMI-WEEKL- Courier-Journa- JUST ISSUED. Letters Golden Latitudes. i ba-ei- David R. Atcheson.who died recently In Mleourl at the age ot 79, wai a clliien of He vat a member of Carlisle in 1828-29- . the Carlisle Thespian Society along with Col. Parks, E. F. Cbappell, Col. Norvell. Dick Webber, Col. Russell and others. The arxiety gave $50 toward the purchase of the bell which now hancs In the Court-bous- e cupola. Mr. Atchcson was a member of Congress from MLwouri for many years. Ue wm rreuueni 01 mo oeumo when President Pork's term expired. The Ith of March falling on Sunday, President Taylor refused to ba eworn in, so Mr. Atch-esowas Preaidout of the United States for one dav. This was just 37 years ago toCirlUloMercury. day. descriptive of the Northwest. Statistics compiled from official sources Sent Free Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer or Columbus, Oa., tells his experience thus: "For three yeara on application to 0. H. WAEEEN, OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W haTe tried every reivedy on tho market (or Stom G. P. A , St. Paul, Minn. and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, unach g3 til I used Electric Hitters. Took flra bottles and Thedlrect through line and old established route am now cured, aod thlak K!ectr(c Ulltcra tbo best from SEMI-WECKTHE Blod rurlfierli the world." Major A. B. Reed, Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis of West Liberty, Ky, uicd Electric Bitters for an and all points in the Wost. old standing Kidney aSctlon and says: "Noth Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulsrllln to 8t Louis. o much wood as Electric m lug hu erer done Three 3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Bitten." Bold at 50 oanta a bottU by reran r & to tt. Louis. interesting Experiences. O. & M. I IY Mc Allster. A n Senator Fair has again fallen in love with his divorced wlfo, and dedres to live with her. Mm. Fair will not conont to the arrangement. Rbe ha $1,000,000, her recent husband's gift, and is deslrou of n newspaper man of marrying a The Pope refuse to grant Ban Francisco. a dlspentation, and a she is a good Catholic she will not marry without It. If Fair would raarrv some one else, Mrs. Fair could recelvo the dispensation, but not unless. Fair says he will not remarry unles he can have hi wife again. It ia a Constitution slluatlon.-Atla- nta well-knowg Discorery. CspU Coltnian, scbr, Weymouth , plying between Atlantic City and X. V., had been troubled with iJ a cough so that ho was unable to sleep, and was laaaaaaaVyb Induced Wtry Dr. King' New Discorery for Consumption. It not only gar him instant relief, but allayed tho extrama aoreneii In bis Ircaat. Ills children were similarly aflectci and a single doso had the same happy effiact. Dr. King's New DlscoTery ta now the standard remedy In the BTANl'OKD, 4KT Coleman household and on board the schooner Ire Trial Bo ttles of tbla Standard Bemody at Penny A McAUster' Drug 8 lore. Positive Cure for Piles. Tuesday Io the pooplool this county we would say that Is published, ererylowpnooiand Friday at tbe wo have been glren tho Agtncy of Dr. Marchlsl'a Italian Tile Ointment tituphatlcally guaranteed TWO. DOLL AllS PJ3B YEAH. to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. PrlceSOcaboz For sale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. Captain'sFortunate Only lOhottvn from Lnulsrtlleaod Cincinnati BHiIiIkyPrt Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a ThrouRh Slooping Car From Clnclnstl to St. Louis. tbo only linoninnlng . Xj ATA, Ihiwigh Iroui LoulBTlllS J.X1C and Cincinnati to St. all other routes belnz mado up of a combination uf small roads. TheObio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial eieoplng Cars on nlcht trains; Luxuriant Parlor Car on day trains: Elegant Day Coach-e- s on all trains. Dl.rL.!.c,i8lc.0.ni!CC,lon,r8 mado In UNION DEPOTd with dlrerglng lines by the(). A M. Hallway, thus aroldlng trobleaome transfers by otbtr routes. Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only line botwwn Loulsrllle, Cincinnati and St. Louts under one management, running all lu tralna through solid and tn consequence Is recognized First-ClaRout bo. tween those Cities, Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for lull particulars as to rate, time, maps circular or any desired Information, or write to IlOllT. II. FOKMAN, TrT. Psmi. Ag't O. A M. 11' j Hon erset. Ky. W. M PEA BODY. W.B.SUATrUC. Pres. and Ueu'J Man'gr, Urn. Pass. Az't. Cincinnati, O. ss lot, Louis. Interior Journal O W. P. WALTON. PrtVr. Mat Can Be Done ? 01' 4LL CL4S3K Time works wonderful change. A lit tie over a yer ago the Mammoth Rink was of about $1,800. It wa erected at a for 5220. Tbo decline in sold yesterday the value of the building has kept pace with the subsldencs of the roller skating "crate." It looks very much like the rink would be numbered among the things that were. Maysville Bulletin. By trying again and koeplcg up oouraga many things seemingly Impossible may bo attained. Hundreds of bopelea esse of Kidney and Lirer Complaint bare breu cured by Electric Bitters, after erery thing els bad been tried In rain. So don't think tbero Is no cure for you, but try Elec tric Bitters. Tber 1 no medloluo so safe, so pure end so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters will euro Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kidneys. Invaluable la aflectlons of Stomach and Mrer, acd orcrcomo all Urinary Difficulties. Largo Bottles only SO cents a bottla at Penny 4 Noatly and Ohoaply Executed. "' i I tC -t caw s iit.i. '.,t! Ji it U.I j ittr ra i'doi 2v:iCcziu.Cx -- t wjn ltd U lfl1 AM fiftaj the i 'w: fcv Clncinnti,Mijp,u;Af Uffi thtfi4-- !t &iiti ...-, -- ! K -- nt McAllsUr. THE KEV. OEO. II. T1IA1ER, of Bourbon, Ind ,iaya; "Both mrsslf and wlfa owe our Itres toSHILOIl'd COKSUMPIIOX CUBE, For sale at M, L. Bourn'. ABE YOU MADE miserable by lodlgestltn, Constipation, Dirtiness, Lrss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? fcblloh'sVltalltir Is apesitire cuie. For sale ,! . iJriiur-Hl rv Did you Sup- a Su mViih-...- . -- .. L,.u .3H." "CHICIa..-- . Tito .ri. . 'iiiti iil, (. m.iue. . . ,f. ,H.,i " Sifjail!-teiuifrrit l l . Ah" I'xicrl.t- sl . (.lilrWI i' iv . .'! mul . (uiai n fy.'"' NAME I M InllM-Ni. iri 1L8 im pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflamma-- ,. tion of all flesh. ti - f-- at M, L. Uournc's. HoM bjr JIimi .' I i ' lor', f.ntl.,,- - n whirr, t.k ' t'thufr.ii.l I'lll. ' I .. n t lilrii.a i .t.,t sate MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. on Sand Point, Eican Gov. McCreaky again presided over The light-hous- e SB. W. 8. PENNY, Dentin t. the House of Representatives Saturday and aba, Mich., burned, and the keeper, Mrs by Jno, B, Fish. Managed BTANFORD, KENTUCKY. did it with his accustomed graceful ability. Miry G Terry, perished in the fUmes. A good miny oats nre being towed this Office on rancmitor etrcot, rest door to lam- Ho is a natural born pirliamentarlan and (JIBCO llOUU 1010 8 to 1 A. Mr.JoelCnandler Harris (Uncle RIOH JOORMAL OfflCO. season, w, and 1 to 8 r. M, Anesthetics administered when March 0, 1886 is perfectly at home in the Speaker's chair, Stanford, Ky of the Atlanta Constitution, will soon I IBM neccnarr. A wedding will draw n crowd to church jr. whether in the House of the General As- wed Miss Caroline Muggs, a wealthy young when nothing else will. AVUadE msa&zxrzi sembly which ho Gllel for two sessions In lady of North Carolina, who is also a In some localities tho wheat crop IooIib W. P. WALTON. a manner that won him a most enviable niece of the Confederate General, Stonewall well while in others it is almost entlroly reputation, or in the Congress of tho Unit- Jackson. Dressed Pino Floorfrjg.lOeilirjg, Weather frcz?n out. Two men fuiight for a pria of $.S0 and liaa broke loose iu Pulaski at ed States. Sheol Boards, Finishing Lumber, Qrocn A special term of the Circuit Court the Greenwood coal mines and the dogs of An Indiana woman stabbed her husband, the affections of a maiden at Fayettevillc, began hero vesterday. It isj for tho purLumber In tho Bonjrh, Including at war seem about to bs let go. Friday afterwith intent to kill because he would persist W. Va. There were 13 bloody round, Laths and Shingles. pose of trying folonv and equity cases noon a mob of 200 armed men, consisting in exhorting at a Methodist meeting. She the end of which one of the men was beat Wo understand that the republicans "J'orthecenTenlrncoof our customer! In d mostly of miners, waited on Capl. W. F. is now on trial for the oflenee nnd the ver- almost to a jelly, dying in a few hours and will make some arrangements during court and vicinity wo hare arranged with Geo. 10 keennn hli yard. imiiinTim.ni It. IIVili'Pll where tho other maimed for life, his jiw broken ;m Dindrideo of the Mason Foard Co., and dict ought to be "Served him right." of our l.urabrr, to who Bhall be their cimlidatoj for ther can get It aa cheap a. nnd his ear bit off. from indirect. Ha will alo inakn climates for told him that the couvicta must be sent to county office at tho next August election. any bills not on hand), which wo will All on iliort THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Mrs. Morgan' art collection realized the depot for return to Frankfort in two notice. MlibVIS V DA VIH, County Superintendent, A. G. Lovell, Lily, Ky. $885,300 and it tool: three days to dispose hours and a hilf and the goods and other Forty five new bills weio introduced informs me that the school money for the valuables removed from the buildings or in tho House Saturday, making a total of of them at auction. Jules Breton's Com touchers of llorkoastlo county Is in his munlcants" brought tho highest price, $15.they would proceed to march them thither 1,031. hands and will bo paid out as fast as ap ! The motion to adjourn on the 221 was 500. This Is the largest sum ever paid for plied for. themselvos and burn tho buildings down. C P. nunington a picture anywhere. The Cjpt. puloyed with them b while and killed in the Houeo nnd like the brook, A grand jury linn been summoned to Iojou Lbow lloorne, the hntd li'adfd man at paid $23,500 for tho "Missionary's retnrn." thoy finally consented to give him until Sun- that body will go on forever if it can. investigate the ose of Jim Cunnon, color tliocw Drug More T If not, luaeuo tlmoln makNow York street-ca- r men struck in Tho day afternoon to ceo Governor Knott and the The Houjo bill authorising tho Boylo ing hla soititltiUiHo. ed, charged with stealing n guitar and n Ho la ollt , accommodating, and Mlla hli goxls Legislature and ascertain what could be county court to levy and collect an ad val and resolving themselves and an many out- number of nzjiv. He was arrested in lower than thalowcat. He hai just rewired now xpnses of siders as possible into a mob, prevented the Louisville and bronchi back to this place done, in the nieantims the convicts to be orem ttx to piy the ordinary cargo of Taints fer the Prrlng trade, a ipltndM running of cars by putuug all maimer of last week. kept out or the mines. Cipt. Dindridge the county was parsed by the Senate. Thli Powder nwr tarlta. A itintTrl ol putltjr, ol Umlrvth'a tiwvli In hulk, the Celebraoverturning cars, having secured this cessation of hostilities tretiitlh ami v Moro The Committeo on Criminal Laws re- obstructions on tho track, E C. Walton, Business Manager of tho than the oidlnary holtwiucncM. can not rronomlml ted LoMam'a ltock CrjiUI Spectacle anl kind., nnd o!J id c. i,vuu ponce were caueu miu ueivito Drujgkta' Bundrlca, 8iirKleal Instrustarted at once for Frankfort, bearing a let ported favorably a bill increasing the puniNTEnion Jouunal. is in town this week. rompitltlon with the tnultltudeol low trit, ahort Mines Craig to ishment for cases of assault and battery. It and they succeeded in forcing csrs J. M. Higginbotham, of Lancaster, is at- w clxntalumorphopUto jwdra. Bold onl rlti ments, Muilcal douda.tthow Cat Articles, and a ter from State Inepsctor of ;an. Koval IUkinu Towdir Co., ef108 Wall Htrret, N, the governor, which after stating tho trou- provides that such crime shall bs consider- through after which a compromise was A Full Line of Drugs, Pattnt Modi- tending court this week. Miss Clara Whitefected. ble concluded as follows: "There are but ed a felony, no matter what weapon has Williamsburg. A. L. head is visiting in cines and Chemicals. V ntJPffilAN, IiEE Treasurer Tate has notified Auditor two alternatives: either to issue order by been used, fists alone being excepted. Reed, of Pittsburg, is in town Aa for Tollet:Artlela-we- ll, Hewitt that he could pay no more money If you want to marSunday for the removal of the men, or Among tho visitors this week we notico ry, go Imuitdlateljto NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. on his warrants. The cash in the Treas- Miss BTArmiKI), KY. send a sufficient force of troops by that of Kirksville; Misses Ann Hlggins, who have Jiimi 0?wCTulh,IJt MlUn "'""i Mrs. Mary A. Coffey, aged CO, died in ury is exhausted, and those Ujtrt Hotal: time to protect the contractors in their Ellen and Sallie Ward, of Crab Orchard. ruraNltroai Oxldt Uaa alutnliUrad whan inclaims against the State must wait until prisoners. The coun- Wayne last week. work and to hold the Oproaite the Myers House, Stanford, Ky The visiting attorneys are Judge M. II. quired. ty has not a Sherifl at preeent." Qovernor The Blair Education bill passed tho some more comes in. The members of the Owsley and Col. W. O. Bradley, of Lancas.- Legislature have applied for their per Knott laid the matter at once before the Senate Friday by a vote of SG to 11. (cr. and Col. T. Z. Morrow, of Somerset. diem, but they can not get it and will have Legislature, but that body with its accus Thomas H. Arnls has been commis The primary election in thi county to wait with the others. tomed pusillanimity adjourned without ac- sioned postmaster at Barbourville, Ky. last Saturday passed of! very quietly. Only Over one fourth of all the convicts e tion, after a number of Billy motions were The at Augusta, Ga , barn about 350 votes were polled. Alcorn's masent to the penitentiary go from Louisville made. The governor thereupon ordered ed, killing three men and wounding many jority for circuit judge is about 200 and and Jefferson county and out of the present five companies of State troops, three from others, Warren'a majority for Commonwealth's -- uuccr.jfcOBa round-tri- p to-rate from San Francis number confined 259 are from that locality. The Louisville, one from Lexington and one Attorney about CO to 75. A. J. Pike is co to Chicago is but $62.50. To Chicago Of the entire number 533 received were from Bowling Green, to the seat of war and for County Judge without oppowhite and 620 black. Precisely 50 were nominated they were Boon aboard of special trains fly- straight $20. sition. Kirby gets a good majority for As Mollie Kemble, the colored cook of women. Four hundred and thirty were ing thitherward, arriving there Baturday sessor and Ping a very small one for jiler. Mrs. Sue H. Harlan in Mercer, was burned married and 715 single. In habits, 178 And having aUopurehaaidcf IlrUht A JWttalfthrtr sleek of night. A mob spirit is always to bo de The jury for the present term of conrt were recorded as temperate and C75 intemplored, but as there is no alternative but to to death Friday. is composed of the following n a tiled men: John B. Wellman, a hardware dealer perate. Thirty two bad been well educa B. F. Sutton, J. M. Lear, W. F. Proctor, J. crush it out with the strong arm of the law, ted, 166 had a common school training, and Gov. Knott's prompt action is to be com- at Catlettsburg, has disappeared, lcavin; M. Jones, John Roberts, Harvy Hilton, 655 were without education. Two lawyers, $20,000 in debts behind. mended. It ia exceedingly unfortunate at James Frszer, M. Dixon, Willis Griffin, a doctor and a preacher were received. The Hon. W. V. Prather, this juncture inState affairs that such an M.J. Cook, T. 8. Frith, Wm. Jones, M. to increase tho al- and four years clerk of the Senate, died in trades are represented by 22 carpenters, and McKenzie, Robt. Norton, James Francsis, outbreak should occur ready heavy and growing burden of debt Fleming county, last week. Hiram Houk,Noah Tyree, Wm. Tewmy, We now hare The Illinois Central will build a steel fourteen blacksmiths and twelve shoemakthat menaces the Commonwealth and it T. J. Hays, T. J. Hansell, Henry McClure, ninety-twwere of the bridge across the Ohio near Cairo, a mile ers. Nine hundred and would not surprise us if the enemies Josiah Mulling. Tho total number of H. S. Bowman, mere laborers. party in power have not encouraged and long, and costing $3,000,000. Married at the Christian church on The labor news continues to bear signs deaths during the two years was 70. The Sunday morning at half past 8 o'clock, by hastened it, hoping thereby to gain some of dlccontent upon the part of working men total number of the prisoners remaining at political capital. An will aril ihetn aa CHEAP ai any 4e!er D Central Kentucky. Rev. J. Bell Gibson, of Stanford, Miss the date of the report was 1,142. The soldiers took quiet possession of the in nearly all sections of the Union. Mollie M. Myrcs, daughter of J. C. P. MyUuKlfs, Carriages, Surreys, Buck Boards. Spring Wagons. Karm Wagon., James T. Holland, the slayer of Tom Luuibtr Wagon.. Ix camp and no fears of violenre are anticipatOARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. W agona. Dump Carta, I'lowa, ers, and Mr. Charles J. Gauldin, of RowCultivator.. Harrow., Corn I'lanlrra. Cjib Drill., ltp.r., Mowers, Ifar the New York confidence man, was ed eo Ion;; as they remain. Gen. Castle-ma- n Davis, marriage ceremony was very CuUm- - "orM ,,0,Tef, P""P land. The i!fr.ta D,,", W.I.I Corn Shell-erLancatter. Corn Mills, Cane Mills. Cider MIIU, Saw Mills, Torching thinks that one company is sufficient acquitted of the charge of murder. beautifully and impressively said by Rev. M.ehtn, Huggr H.rne... Waa H.r- The Bradley Cadets, named in honor of ns, (lum Hose, Oumlkltlcg. racking, Coal.LuBter, Poor.. Bash, Blinds. Moulding, and ererr John Billings, a wealthy citizen of Dato maintain order, eo he will send the othattendants were Mr. A. V. other kind of Col, W. O. Bradley, is the latest caper In Gibson. The companies home, retaining the Gatling viess county, lnd., was sentenced to two er Hill, ot Rowland, and Mrs. T. A. Gresham, the military line. gun a a picincator. xnere is no aanger years in the penitentiary for forgery. Miss Alice of Livingston, Mr. II. Fowler and The remains of Mrs. J. T. Hurt, Sam Johnson was hung by a mob at from the mob so long as they see that resistAfter the ceremony Ward, Livingston. Amo, lnd., were interred here Friday. The atance means death to them, but they are apt Eatontowon, N. J., for the outrage and Gauldin received the conWc will aUo handle deceaed lady was a sister of the late Allen Mr. and Mrs. carry out their threat to drive the con- tempted murder of a young white woman. to gratulations of their friends in the parlors W. B. Howard, a Kingston, Texas, ed- O. Burton. victs from the county should all the milithe Newcomb Hotel. The bride wore The physicians report an unusual of itor, mortally wounded three men, who tary be withdrawn. a beautiful dress of white satin, Oriental amount of sickness. Those reported as be had beat htm unmercifully a few days flowers. First bride's maid, Mm. In Tuesday's paper of last we referred to ing seriously ill this morning are Dr. Elias lace and tho statement, uncontrodicted to that time, The $100,000 guarantee fund having Fisher, Mrs. T. W. Olds and Miss Eliza G cream satin, Nun's veiling, Spanish lace and flowers; second bride's maid , Miss W., that one Thomas, a misrepresentative at been raised, Cincinnati will have an expo- Lusk. pink Nun's veiling, Oriental lace and flowFrankfort, had killed his own bill by moving sition next autumn, beginning Sept. 1 and -Mrs, Thomas Anderson, an estimable to table an amendment thereto. We did this ending Oct. 0. lady, died Saturday night of meningitis. ers. The new married couple received Among the subscribers to the fund for After funeral services by Eld. G. W. Yan- several useful presents. without any feeling in the matter save that ignorance of a man the Mrs. Hancock is Mr. W. W. Corcoran, the cey, her remains were interred Monday of chngrin at the The Glasgow lima says: "Tho peach Statu is paying to help make her laws, and great philanthropist of Washington, who morning in tho cemetery at this place. crop and tho fine varieties of cherries are were therefore surprised to receive a very gave $1,000. Mr. Wm. Willis, of Richmond, was in killed, and in low sections the trees have ungentlemanly letter from Thomas, who ia V. A. Witcher was lynched at Ceredo town Sunday getting up a crowd to go on sustained injuries by the severe cold from e man. W. Ya., for the murder of his fifth wife! the special train Wednesday evening to which they will doubtless never recover. evidently trying to pose as We rarely notice such letters, convinced as It is supposed that he got rid of the other witness the rendition of the Midado at the A few pear and plumb buds have escaped And If alois attention lathe wants or our cu.lomera and hoeritt gda at prist that Invite competiwe are that the writers are usually con- four in the same manner. opening of the new opera honeo in that but tho most of them are killed. The tion are destrvlng of any mrlt,.thcn we shall expect otr share of the puhlle who would not dare to temptible cowards, The hanging of Kaelin, the Louisville place. A good sized delegation will go most hardr varieties of apples, if no other patronage. Our stock la now has been put off until after from here. use the language they do face to face with disaster befalls them, will have very good But Thomas seems so the Court of Appeals has heard the cue, their adversary. The democratic primary paeeed off crops, but those that are tenderly Inclined, anxious for notoriety bb a fighter from War-tow- which will be April 13th. quietly Saturday. The crop of drunks was like the pear and plums, have nearly all that we can not deny him the covet EJward Schnlcke was found guilty of rather heavy, but no rows of importance been killed. The strawberry crop, the best It consists ol a full line of ed notice. Wo do not know him person manslaughter in a Cincinnati oourt, for occurred. The race for sherill was an ex- and most reliable fruit of all, will be a suc allr. but we suspect his most intimate running over and killing a little child with ceedingly close one, Thos. B. Robinson re cess as usual. friends 'will dispute the statement when we a slop wagon he was driving. ceiving the nomination over James Lay ton Cloverport 2acs. It is not probable that One of the five cases for murder in the by a majority of only twenty-thre- e draw his picture so true to life as follows: votes. -- TbeA brainless egotist, wanting in any of the Scott County Court was disposed of by a Thomas Austin received the nomination the Legislature will pass a law prohibiting qualities necessary to give him the notico vetdict of 11 years in the penitentiary for assessor by about 300 msjority. For tho acceptance of railroad passes, as over eighths of its members have them in he eo strongly longs for, as a statesman, he against John Wesley Green, who murderJudge and Commonwealth's Attorney, Al- seven their jacket pocket. Every pans is an indied John Marshal. has essayed the part of the bull-doucorn and Warren carry the county by 400 And a complets stock, all .Un rect bribe, whether delivered to a legislator, though his backbone always forsakes him Jeff Bowling, of Rowan county, recent- and' 621 majorities. a Judge, a Governor or any other officer. make a little reputation in ly convicted at Newark, Ohio, of the mur when he might A Moral Tale. It is also oppressive to every other passen-p- er that line, and instead of the brave man he der of John Douglas October 5, 1885, and Johnny, the youthful contribuof the roads, as a sufficient sum is levLittle would have the world believe him to be, sentenced to be hanged June 25, has been tor of the 8an Francisco Argonaut, records ied on them to pay for the alleged compli invariably pops op and denied new trial. And line of- the white feather The practice Wayne county is in a first clan fix fi- this moral tale: A preacher wich had been mentary tickets issued. his imagined cotusge, like Bob Acrta He nancially. Her county levy is only 10 a wicked gamier fore he was a preacher he should be broken up, but the Legislature oozes out at the end of his fingers. insulted Representative Will Jackson in cents on the $100, the floating debt is seen a feller wicb waa a gamier too, and he will not pass a measure that has any good Also Halt, Lime and Cemrtit. All we ask Is that you give u. a tilaland we ptoinUe that jest play in it. will not te our fault If you di cot continue to trade wlti u.. the House ajfew days ago and when that provided for and there is but $1,000 in said, the preacher did: "He Hsspectfully, sinner and cardswith this pore tollable gentleman offered to descend to his level bonded indebtedness. There is a peculiar case in the 8aperior is busted and give him a threshing, he refused to An earthquake occurred at the City of win ol his munny, and when be Court at Frankfort. A mountain man in take advantage of it, even though a whip- Cosenxi, in Southern Italy Saturday. The maybe be will listen to the divine trooth Eastern Kentucky killed a dog named Tom ping from such a man would have been shock was so severe that a number of and be saved." Sd they played, and the Jones. The owner of the dog had the man He man- houses were thrown down. One person was preeeher winned ol the feller's munny, ev-r- y who killed bim indicted before the grand a very great honor to him. cent, and then he Bed: "Now, see how jury for killing a man named Tom Jones. aged afterwards with great difficulty to killed, and several injured. wicked you hayo ben for to loos yure mun- The case was in the courts a long time becourage up to the sticking screw hie Todd Ross, familiarly known as Dr. point and arming himself told Mr. Jackson Todd, was run over by a Cincinnati South- ny, and ynre whife and baby haven't got fore the fraud was discovered and tho cost that he was ready to fight it out. That ern train at Nicholasville, and his head no bred for to eat." And the gamier he to the State has been nearly $100,000. This gentleman, who is not afraid of a lion severed from his body. The coroner's in sed: "That's so," and he bust out to cry in' is only one instance of the many frauds Then the preeebsr he eed: "Pore sinner, perpetrated on the Btate. Let eaoh county much less a jickal, even thougu it car- - quest exhonerated the railroad. ries a gun, promptly responded, but the Douglass having tendered his if you prommice me unto your onner to pay the cost of its own prosecutions and Fed DsuLses lis members rushed to Ithe rescue, much to resignation as Recorder of Deeds for the not vjlav cards aein lie give ol back, cos such frauds will be in a great degree avert Drugs, Books, Stationery and Thomas' delight, and the battle was avert- District of Columbia, the President ap- Ime a pretcher." Bo tho gamier he was ed. Lexington Frees, ed. Several times during the session he pointed James C. Matthews, a colored man a stonitb, and he sed: "I never see sech a Fancy Articles. In a small town not a hundred miles good man; I prommice, yes, indeed, and has made himself.texceedingly offensive, from New York, to succeed him. from Greensboro there is a certain cigar Fbyslcl ana' prescriptions accurately compounded. but his last experience will evidently teach Pasteur maintains that he has inocu- Haven bless you!" and he bust out cryin' Also dealer who has a beautiful and windsomn a Ie'son which hejwlll profit by. We lated 325 persons who were bitten by mad again, the gamier did. Then the preecher him uM"rr( VCYaaa! - K Lp daughter. A young man of the place paid had no deslra whatever to misrepresent dogs, and of the whole number treated but he give him back ol his munny, and the but her attentions and won her affections, Thomas, who may be a very good fellow, one developed rabies. That was in the feller, put it in his pocket, and wiped his 3WWHS3BaOa55jSkaaTsaa the old man objected and forbade the The Largest Btook is in his way to that class of case of a victim who reached him too late eyes and blode his nose gratefle, and then of Watches, Clocks, and doubtless young man his house. But, nothing disJewelry and Silverware people who can admire it, bat he is too The district of Columbia is mightily be thot a wile, and pretty sune he coiled, mayed, the young man organized a club of much of b snapping and snarling fice to stirred by the President's appointment of and he sed to the preecher: "I feel mlty sympathizers and they have boycotted tho Ever bought to tbla market Prices Ixiwsr than the Lowest. Watches, Clocka and Jewelry play the role of a bull dog and too much Matthews, the New York colored man, to mean taking back this hundred dollars to buy cigars old man's business-refuti- ng on sboit notice and Warranted. of an ass to appreciate the ridiculousness of succeed Pred. Douglas as Recorder of mm a man wich has reecewed me from you put of him unless the barricade be raised. At tell you what Ho do; Djeds. There were a great many district his antics. and weel toss last accounts the old man wis growirg County Committee of Pulaski is re- men who wanted the place and the discord up a other hundred agin it, TnE & Savannah (Ga.) News. up for the pile, beds or tails, best two out Ercrynumeoldbrthe.mtddlo &mSE? $23,50 spectfully informed that the County Com. is not unnatural. Wncon, KV ewal dollar, ndilcd "JHSlali !8P "Now is the time to send in a ntub, ' Mr. 8. V. Rowland has been appointed ofthre" We hate no . mittee of this county did not pass an order rX.Wi totheWratuiPrice. xneire yc&ra w ior liaredealt with the conaumrr. that the St. John democrats could vote in Diputy Stamp Collector for Danville by it is estimated that of every million printed the editor. And the next day a Wo ship nnjwhtrr, with hickIrgo of cxamluloii beforo iirlvl. district primary. It had no right to do Collector Bronston, iu place of O. C. Fox, children ushered into the world, nearly man came in with a club, It was a bur. the y P frulgbt chargt'a " follow ory one, and the man wanted an "explanaMr. Fox has been appointed 160,000 die in the first year, 53,000 both waya If not Nitlsrnctorr. so and did not. The order they did make resigned. VVarranterrrythlnffrorlljcara. was all. As he went out with Oneprlcoonly, rintformSnrinir was that tho officers of the election, who Master Commissioner of tho Boyle Circuit in the next year, 28.000 at the end of the tion." That gon nt$3 S I. laoio ait'tlu A voters, should judge as to their Oourt in place of his father, F, T, third year. Eich number becomes reduced one eye blacked, a slit in the left ear, n knew tho nrni Wntton.H ffllatts Whsm !l ' sk tav . iop iiuvgirs at OHO. nne III.usuollr otil fnr l.OOO abraded ncee and his coat split up the back, nre an no. 1 (lull quallfia'tioo nnd thot applitd only to the Fox, Sr., who tendered his resignation on until tho thirteenth year, when about Hli "Pi 810 tu 853,Our II mucus rnlHln-u- e JIllHtrnttvl it is inferred that l.e got it, of feebly ntaitu. account ' W, it, ritATT, teimtur,, county race, die. Lluhult, taI lis-mus- ), PssP HUn-for- 23-O- - Owiira 1 BOURNE I Absolutely Pure, HUllOEON D33NTIHT lo BOURNE'S, gas-hous- WEIEN & MENEFEE. GKEJO. 3D. WEA.K;E3Srj Farming Implements, and Pleas ure v ehicles, o AN IBI'NE'NS'E STOCK, ""s. H DF'A.n.OVE 0MjaO3E3CI3NrE33R.Te-- be-fo- re. Graiu, Wool, Field Weeds and other Farm Product?. 77ES- very-brav- Hame to Stay Staple and Fancy Grocers. -well-secte- d n, Complete In Every Branch. liargcst Stock of Hardware in the City, r, Hamilton, Steel and South Bend Chilled Plows Harness and saddlery. fc l' MBTOALF FOSTJEJJEt. pPTiHViSr M'Alisfer PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- card-playin- g; weak-knee- d. fAJfrPAS'J CARRIAGE Vluo HARNESS M'F'G CO ' ""'i lami S55i pMHEkx Ul-pa- II luiiluuij I IMWMUfJIIII N Y. Seed Potatoes. T. K. Walton ml Nuw Yomc Btei ureu by the I potatoes, special fig band. MtcaU& I'oettr ) Stanford, Ky., E. O. WALTON, Maroh 0, 1886 - BualnoBO Manngor. The large barn of J. Wesley Eubanks on bis farm near Mr. A. M. Feland'a was discovered to bn In fliuiei abwt,10 o'clock I, AN. M Ml LOCAL TIME CURD. ..., .- K.nrwttrln" fh me train rolng North ' South 1 65 82 Vh ..... ...MM O (II " Noru miscalculated on standard lltno. Houth ttMM ... -J J 15 1 Saturday nlht, which weroso far advanced that nothing could be saved, Two Rood r. K, howes, farming Implements nnd other tools, r. u. together with 200 barrels of corn, were con A. M. sutned. The lost is entire as there was no A. Imuranco Tho origin of the Tire is a tnys-tcrHo! Urethan is the name of a newly discovered sleep producer which stems to have reThe prlmtry election is over and a feel markable acd very useful qualities. Dr. top; of genuine relief it felt that the long von Jioksch has made a thorough test of drawn out agony haa spent iteelf. In severit and claims that it produces sleep withal of the racca money was used lavishly and out any subsequent bad efiVcts. The troub whisky flowed freely, muoh to tho disgust le with all narcotic and other anicitbelics of thosa who wanted to see fair play and Is that the sleep they produce makes injuthe best men win on their merit. There rious demands on tho nervous system are candidate who did not stoop to these Urethan esctns to have no afler-evi- l THE PRIMARY ELECTION. 1 ti about 20 minute luster, it y. Co.vsideiu.vo (1ml ho oamo out tnrce LOCAL NOTICES. months after Mr Carpentor and two months Bov your school boolci from Tonny A after Judge Hansford, Mr. J. 15. Paxlon McAllster made a moat surprisinc race, tho.tnsjoritv Watoheh and Jewelry repaired on ohor There was no by Venny A McAlla acalnsthim bcini;onlf;27. notice ami warranted organized efbrt in his behalf and thoxo who oriel-ja- l HUY tho Haas Hon Hemcdy, the voted for him did hd without pay or soHcta-tloand only genuine, from Penny rtMcAl- His vote i,t a so far as we oin learn "took "' Jewelry, latent decided oomnliuicnt to the nblllty ami in AcoMrwrri style. Kockfard watches a specialty. Pen- tegrity of a mort deserving younn man. ny A McMlster. RELIGIOUS. PERSONAL questionable methods, but they got left in all but one or two caiia. Considering the amount of money til at and the whisky used, there wm but little disorder and most everybody peenml to keen in good humor and feel that in primary election, like in love and war, any method to win is fair. ThreH of the contets were exceedingly exciting and the mco was nip and tuck all day. iielow w give a table of tbo vote by precinct i: n I hear of a womrn of fashion who has oidered a dress to be trimmed with cana ries. It would be well If the votaries of such detectable innovations weie to be boycotted in society. If any woman triee tho ex peri men. of going to court ornamented with singing birds I will venture to predict that she will be turned back, fia the Queen strongly objects to nil such birlmritle. crack-brained : B"Coal Backet and Vasos at Coit.'SXtt I? -- London Truth. Za&MMhtomumvMlmmmam&m&iaBAiJJUEi ; 35 Pi p -- -' I .1 Mils. Juma Dunn tives here NEWtifioin Missouri cjtnei that J. L. Thurmond Is very ill Miw Hem.kCi!enault,oI Louisville, is a guest at Mr. It W Gtvens'. Mum rATTiE McCoiimacic returned from a visit lo Prka7llle, yesterday. Mil. H. H. Uiveks, at iurnersnme, has our thanks for prompt official election Is the guest of rela- returns. Rev. A. S, In the Commonwealth's Attorney's race At Stanford, in the State of Kontuoky, at Close of Business, Mir. lit, 1880. Warren, according to telegrams received, carried Boyle by 283; Garrard by 520; RESOUKCES. Rockcastle by 75 and Lincoln gives him Loans and Discounts $271,743 31 3,196 74 850 mijarity. We give him 125 in Russell Overdrafts U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 200,000 00 and leave Casey as a ret off. This makes Other stocks, bonds, and mortgage 43,700 00 Due from aprroTed reserve agent 18,891 C2 his majorities 1,858. Due from other National Banks 8,453 83 Mr. Waddle has carried Pulaski by Due from State Banks and Banker-..- .. 7,091 73 it is claimed, and Wayne by 504, mak- Ileal Estate, furniture and fixtures- 8,900 00 Current expenses and taxes paid. ing his msjiritlci 1,711. 1,206 40 21,873 68 Job F, Waters. This would leave Mr. Warren the winner Premiums pild TlIOUAS V. Rl.NET. LOCAL MATTERS. Check and other caah items.,. .. 2,693 93 by 147 and his friends claim that that will Bills of other hank 240 00 be the i fficlal figure, It was a hotly conFractional paper currency, nickels and Oniox sets at T. K. Walton's. pennies .... S3 97 tested race and the winner ought to and Specie 8.820 00 Extiu good Flour at Waters A Kne,t. do'ibtlea will receive the full prty Legal tender notesT 3CCI 00 strength in August. Itedemption fund wltn U. 6. Treasurer Theiie Is another little girl at Rev. A. 8. (5 per cent, of clicubtlon) In the Circuit Judge's race, Mr. Alcorn 7,720 00 Moflett'e. carries Garrard by 12S; Rockcastle by 200; JCOO,501 at Total 18 In bulk and In paper GaiUe: seed Lincoln by 1,150; Casey by 100 and Pulas LIABILITIES. Walton's. T. R -BRT -Capital Stock paid in air TEIU18 CA8tl Oil HO DA YS. ..? 250.000 CO ki by 359, making his majorities 2 237. ffu tra Surplus I'un J . . 8,000 00 Com r. and see us on Plows before buying curies Boyle by 30S; UnilirideU profit- sMr. VanWlnkln Wo Jcllver all goad In or within a mile or so of 6,163 11 ROWLAND or Stanford Send to us for Metcalf A Foster. Wayne by 350 and Russell by 100, the lat- National Bank Notes outstanding. 179,230 00 Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Meal. Bacon, Lard. Butter. Cannol Gcodt, Hrtmlnv ' ra.V..l 117,885 83 Apple Butter, Cheete. Prewves, P. mi N.tional heads cfl our other ter estimated. This would make his ma- Individual Deposits suljcct to check Beans, Kraut, uoiuses, Cracker, Jelly, Cashier's check outstanding 83 Syrups, Potatoes, Drlid Peaches, jorities 757; which subtracted from Mr. Al- Due to other National Bank Cakes, Candle, two banks by sending Its report out Grst. 3,313 63 iTunc. Cabbage, Dried Apples, Oranges, Banannas, corn's leaves the lalter 1,180 in the lead. Due to State Bank and Banker Onions, 3,153 It Dates, Figs, Corned Boct, Its a good one loo. Lemon. JUIslns, Sardines, Deviled Ham, 10,789 CI bplce, Pine Apple, Cocoa, The vote will not be canvarsed nor the No e unJ bill THrVUa Ovsters. Baker' Chocolate, Cinnamon. uioves, PcuxNa York Eily R)se, Peerlo Tobacco, Clears, Queenswarr, Tinware, Lamps, Cblmne result declared until Wednesday, oflhial Coal Oil. . Starch. Soda. Scan, Total po J00C.5C1 18 rowucr, onoi, vantages, itoe, lures 'or as, or almost anything else you Unrbank and lleauty of Hebron Irish incur,our line, ami nrl wa '""'"s In wli-- n Chairman J. E Lvun will make a STATE OF KENTUCKY,! can mention ffit.r.nt.. ..ti.fai.fiAn ,. ..... . We also have 8eed Irish Potatoes, Onion Seta atid all kind Garden SoeUs. tatoes at W. II Higzlnt'. loumy oi xaucoin, j thorough examination. I, Jno. J. Mcllolierts, Cashier of above named By special arrangement, we can supply our customer with chickens by Jomji or turkeys anytime. Wo have added a big line of Plain and Fancy Mr. F. B. Howard had no opposition for Kink do solemnly swear that the nbovo The ca-- o of Slgman for the murder of statement is true to the bct ot inr knowledge nnd Harness, Saddles county surveyor and he got nearly the full belief. was set for trial at and Bridles, Plow and Wagon Harness, young Hlgglnbitham JNO. J. McltOBEUTS, Ounler. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Manufactured and warranted by tho reliable Ann of W. R. Carson A Son, whose work stands the vote cast. II. Pendleton was yoted for at Subscrllied and sworn to me this 8lh day ye.terday. Ml. Vernon Kit every Urns, Price aatlslaclory, always. Come to see us. WATERS 6 ItAXEY. Stanford aud Crab 0;cbard precinct only ol March, 18S6. W. M. BIUOIJT, N. F. L. C. Hay for sale. I.M.Bruce. Correct Attest. Tun next election to excite the universe -- For Sile-B- ull calf. W. M. McAfee. for coroner. be ") J. P. Hocker, is the Stanford municipal election to II. C, Bright, Directors. Corn for sale. M. 8. Peyton, Stanford. Jl will be understood of course that Var-n- on j Bitunlay In April. W O. Wxlch. held the first had no opposition for county judge, A few more Jersey cows for sale. J. d MERCHANT TAILOR. Bailey none for circuit clerk and Ncwland A uovaz of Good Templars was organ-ize- G. Carpenter. work mules. J. none for ShirlD. by Mr. Alex. Lusk Sunday night at For Sai.e. I have received and still receiving Mr. Waddle telegraphed from Somerset Rowl-nwith 60 charter members. F. A B. G. Gover, Stanford. d evening to his cousin, R. G. Hall, as Twenty-fiv- e or thirty tons of nicetlmo last Titr claim oi Mr. J. M. Martin present thy hay, baled, for sale. J. Bright, Stan- follows: My majority in Pulaski is 1 207; McCreary Is for ed in Congress by Gov. ford. in Wayne 504. Comprising the best In the market, which will be $1,100 and nolflOO, latatciL FonSALE. About 500 barrels of corn The ticket is a good one and a winning Gotton up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to JNono in City or Country D. M. FEniiV A Co.'a Beans and Peas in and 500 locust posts, Mrs. E B. Jones, one. nir"'firf"rrt-- - tY !rffl jtrTLrZasjiB Mr. Alcorn la powerfully elated at the Give Me a Trial. bulk. Garden Seeds of every description Stanford. Bed bav lUlllon. 16 hand hish. foaled in 1878. The spring drive of Texas cattle is ex- wav his county people voted for him. aire! by Mccsengtr Chief, lire of Maud Messenger, packages at A. A. Warren's "Model in 15 000 ha been refused; 16j, lor pected lo xeach 300,000, and, If prices be Dick Warren seems to have "got thar" 2 28; (Jus, whom f old, record, 2 S0, fifth Marvel, Grocery." 2 beat i years Ilardlng, trial 2 20; Abel on heavy track; Bob fair, it may exceed that number. and a more faithful and conscientious offi indebted to the firm of Bright A trial 223, and other equally promising Those John K. Lake, of the firm of Friable cer was never more deservedly endorsed by one. First dam Susie by Sentinel, 2 29K. and and settle their acMetcalf will plense the lire of Von Anuln, 2 19K,(sold to Com. kittson A Lake, Jersey cattle dealers his party. for 110,000): Annette, 2 23, T. A., 2 26; Young v counts as I am about to letve Stanford. H died Friday at Cynthiani, of pneumonia 2S;Mlgnon 2 27& Vlvandlm 2 2H; race for jailer was exceedingly dote Sentinel2 28; The Sentinel Is Capoul Grand Bentlnsl 2 V C. Bright. after eight days' confinement to his room and for two days caused much excitement. full brother to Volume r, the sire of St. Julian, DriGloster217: wm arrested SaturThe cow of Mr. Norton, of Hudson, It will be seen by tho above table that Mr. 2 11M;19X; Humeri Alley 2 19; Bodun219U;a score Huou Kiukpatbicr ver 2 20; Amy 2 20. and NewUnd and placed In Jill Mich., gorged herself with oats and wae Owens goes In by but 12, but that is suffi- more In the 2 10 class, beoond dim kitty Illvera, day by officer 00; L. Pow- dying, when Norton cut a hole in her cient. Mr. Barnett thinks that some illegal the dam of BsrtleGIrl, slow trick, record 8 grand and the old record 2 87 on for stealing a piir of pants from 8. found in his side, took out two bushels of oats and sav- votes were run on him at Kings Mountain dam of Maud Mt&senger. 2 16f, by Alexander's ers A Co. The pants were Abdallah, the sire ol Goldsmith Maid, 2 14; RosaAlmoni. Abdallah Thorndale 2 ed her life. and has served notice on the County Com- lind 2 2142.Ac. Third dam22U Red Jacket, sire of possesion. by Ky.v Pilot, Ac investigate. If he Is beat fairly tbeuani or Kentucky wiicts, vii, ana tnegrana mittee to received Wilkes, sire Phil Lmle Lacy M , who has Ju.t day In a The Interior says that a Christian ought he says no man will submit more cheerfully dam of Bo Bo, 217K; Red Wilkes 227, Ao. ofFourth I1V Thompson, 2 lc; Prince . n. .Inter, remarked the other to be honest first, and then pious if he can; M nsical Wall Paper, Wlneg, dam an eztia road mare, brought from the North than he. to me that ittange IVance, oi iierier county, Ky., ana Iiiqnor perplexed way: "It I InsfrnemenUr, Chemicals, Books. but tho nsual practice among many is to be telegraphed last night that by W. to-be of Messengei blood. Red Jacket wa Mr. Waddle ,t- - -- . (.ten a babr here, mother : Stationery, Cigars, Pocket Paints, pious anybdw and honest whenever it comes by Comet, by Sherman Morgan, the sire of SoapB, he had carried Casey by 252. but another sired Cntlery, Tobaccos, very time we Oils, Vermont, Black Hawk, the sire ol Ethan Allen handy. has to go and get sick, the a and many other trotters. Red Jacket's dam was Perfumery, Fire- Arms, Isanips, Macltin report says that Warren has it by as large ImmI hv a hall brother of Black Hawk. Sentln'l most to help 'tend to u, need her Needle. Mrs. W, Miller, of Buchanan, Mich., is majority. We suspect that 25 will cover and Alexander'a Abdallah are both by Ryidyk's Our Jewelry, Silverware, and Optical Goods Department is In Charge of Cel. llambletonlan, the g ana tire or Maua a, 2 usjj; L A N. have attached lanterns to the fond mother of six children who were the majority either way. The 10; St. Julian 2 1 Ac, and Is the Tlios. B'clmrds, who will Repair iVatchca aud Clocks promptly and in the heat are lighted all born within the past thirty-fou- r Nettle. 2 is; Orange Girl, style. months. Thompele Cooper wai here yesterday dre ol Dexter, 2 17tf;2 22 all of their switches and they and 39 others with recWilkes, 2 20; Gtorge arranged that They came two at a lime, and all but one every nighU They are eo smiling all over his face. He did make a ord of 2 30 or better. Messenger Chief was sired by Abdallah Pilot, tire or Pickerd, 2 1SK; Red his good luck. switch is turned a red light is are living and thriving. when a splendid raco and deserves Jlm,8 year o!d record 2 23. 1st dam la sister in If clear a George Carpenter's friends stopped work blood of Gen. Geo. II. Thomas, tire of Scott's shown up and down the track; The largest diamond ever found in Me senger. lire of by excellent might Thomts, 2 21, 25. Mambrinodam by Mambrino Second white light, It U a costly but LewintLl, 2 America has Just boen discovered at Man- too early in the action or the result Chief, lire of Lady Thorn. 2 18,; Woodford .. . chester, Va. The stone weighed 2d carats have been otherwise. 21, slreof Pancoist, sire of Patron, old record, 2 19, (Ire of Mambrino Fatchen, out a pam- uncut, and neatly 12 carats when cut and Siufley is nominated by a good Mr. J. C office has Just gotten This Ac. Third dam by Imp. Napoleon, an English majority for county attorney and Mr. Mc lluntcr.de. Breeders win observe that Abdallah phlet for the Rock Castle Springs Co., F. J. polished. It is valued at $0,000. Ex. . 1, -- 1..U Messanzor Is neatly a full brother to Maud Mes - W..na v ionauay lorcirtuu ticjik ,u ,,Uv. senger, 2 It) i. They htvo the tame tire and grand Cimpbtll manager, mai i There lain Dooly county, Ga,, n Baptist Maud'. JIo of the dim is etter Judge Saufley received a dispatch last dam. HIfoal setter aud a bred than fine style and lodges to be the handsomest thing horsed a mre 8. nughes, the minister who for nearly a year and a half evening saying that the official majority for carriage. Ills colt are young but the most promkind they ever saw. Mr. J. old by h'm was band-le- d ising I ever saw. A It can not served a church as punctually as he could, a few month last aeason aud could easily show Waddle in Wayne is 483 and for Van Winpresident of the company, says I smooth and nice, 18 band high. delighted often walking twelve miles to feed his flock, a 2 40 gait. She is pe beat anywher ..nfl that he kle 387. uu llt was nanuicu a uum wnoa a yean uiu nnd an inand received as a compensation for hie ferior it, The hicks are rrlnted in our new Brother Bogle displayed fine running easily half mile2 track to a hetvr tulky atud could with alnce a 40 gait; na been In the show passed services only four dollars. Two dollars of system of chrome work and each qualities, greatly to the gratification of his with no driving, not even enough Inr exercise. lie this sum was paid by n young lady who will male the aeason ol 1886 at Bryantavllle, Ky., through the press five times, tho whole job friends. at 8'tS to iHtntra a I.lvlnu Colt; 120 to works for a living, one dollar by a widow merfoal, or Sis by the teaton. Money 10.000 impressions. Our requiring Mailt, n weekly paper, due In latter case at tliueof tervlro. Address with the goods of the The muc-Gra- tt the cake but lady not . tY.V, Bryantjvlllo. If.? chant foreman takes uot only and edited by Mr. -- W ' aV tuiLionv cr two gixnl mule P execution ol tho world, and one dollar by the wldow'd d vigh. publUhrd in the whole bakery in the W. O. DUNN. tor. Chicago Times. Cnailes C. Moore, duurday ccaBed to exiet. Jack at 58 lo insure. 7, Winchester, Va , Friday the death of his mother, who had been an invalid for some tltne. Miawiis. J H Cook C. n. Reid, Shackelford Huffman, Wm Hocker, D. C. Dryc, and Jim Hocker, of Hustonville, atentertainment at the tended the Kink-hoOpera Houre Friday night. Memsu H.C. BritOHT, E. B. Hayden, T. C Jasper, John I). Carpenter and Col. J. W. Weatherford left yesterday on a prospecting tour of Texas. We hope none of them will conclude to settle there as they are all too good cltinns to lose. Mrw J. I.McKin.xey has received a check frjm the Chicago Iribunt lo cover a nrlis offered for the besl short story. Aa a noettas Mrs. McKioney has won consider. able repuUtion over the nom de plume of i ir.i.iM" m1 thin additional tribute to her literary ability will be highly appreel ated br her fr'-a- d. A ihhpatCH In the Nwhvllle Amtrimn from Libansn, Tenn., saya that in an ora torical contest of the literary societies at Cumberland University, Mr. J. 8. Owsley delivered a speech rich with gems on "A Pebble In the Stretmlet Scant has Changed was t..rvir.nf 4 tut ww)sw " Mnnv a- Kiver." which highly creditable). Moffett was called by a telegram to The revival at tho Main street Christ-Ia- n church at Lexington had resulted In 00 additions to Sunday. Kid. J. 0. Livingston write that he has been called to preach once a month for the church at "Williamsburg. Some 20 odd persons had professed religion at last accounts from the Mt. Bier ling meeting, in which Rev. I 8. McElroy is aaaiated by Ksvs. Evans and Hopper. After skipping several issues, Mr. five Barnea letters come In by whole'-alhaving arrived in the last few days. They were written mostly in Jantnry and should have been here two or threo weeks aeo. Biptltt church At tho Walnut-stree- t In Louisville, Sunday, $10,800 was raised in a few minutes for the building of a new and Walnut ste. churcli at Twenty-seconfor the congregation of the Rsv. F. D. Hale. A Methodist doctor of divinity has divided the number of Methodist eermons of year by the number of converts, and reports that there were fifteen sermons for every one convert; and estimating that the average salary was $500, each convert cost e, d I&-- tilS! 1 1 I !ig$53 uotUfA -- AV Mi lyl ail uills gsgr,B' .iU , ioipJilMT ru"I-- N '! M 'IS "J i ol!!uiin,i jainfrllto-f- SUsmMsssz Jt.Stil MUM,i' 'D Lnst Friday night a young man started out with a companion to "have some fun." They sought their fun in drinking houaes and in getlia druuU. Danu.' too biurou lit fun, and in the progre-- s of the drunk, one of them got a knock on the head, died on Sunday, nud was buried yeiterdiy. That was the end of his fun; and another ofthe puticipants is in J lit, held upon suspicion of homicide, which may be no Philadelphia Ledger. fun for him. The once mighty Euphrates seems likely to disappear altogether, according to the Hints of India. For sjmo years past the river banks belowBjby ion have been giv ing away, so that the stream spread out into a marsh, until steamers could not paw and only a narrow chancel remained for the native bolts. Nw this passage is becoming obliterated, and, unless matters im prove, the towns on (he bioks will be ruin ed, and the famous river itself will be swallowed up by the desert. teen lournaiists, ana about a dozen paper makers, printers and stationers have been elected to the new English Parliament. Here 's Your Chance TO a t s c. Get Something to Eat By readlnj the fol'oiving list of goods, kept by T. R, WALTOltf, And bujlng what you ned ot him, yon will be enabled to vary the monotony so liable to characterize your table at this time of year, and to get good goods at low prices: c n a uodooo o ISlftgti-.- . '9do8 'O 'f pjo;iall -- uojx,i O A er lalS.ssBsBasS' "jsiudio ii 'Q I ?l a ;, CANNED (JOOD3. California Pears and Apricot. Peeled and Pie I'eacbea, Sliced and Orated Pineapple, Tomatoes, Corn. Mrlng and Lima Beans, Early Juno Peas, Blackberries, O; iters, Salmon, Mackorel. Sardines, Corned Keef, Deviled Ham, Ac. VEGETABLES, FBUITS, ETC. Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Cranberries, Oranges, Lemons, Ilaoauu, Cooking Figs, Prunes, Green Apple, Dried Peache and Apples. FANCY GBOCEBIES. Preserves. Jelly, Apple Butter, Mines Meat. Cod Flab, Mackerel in Buckots, Map's Syrup, Xront, Picklea, Chee.0, Cracker, Tea Cakes, Macaroni, Buckwheat Flour, Bice, Bean, Hominy, Oatmeal, Shroidcd Oat, Ac, Ac. tfBTlow and Wagon Gear on small m ugln.Tn c 5? g B 2 Mltf I t - ? V l - ti 'ft 'tl ifs)aaH a a snqiiAva '.v uosaqof s s!li?Ss-,- ! Haia o i - iojo j? 'B -- Seventeen newspnper proprietors, four IJlil!: i noiMta i M ill . -- J"- x'Atl -- ?l 15 I E S?S-i- 8Soji p . y 'f .1W ADVI'BTIR1E.1IS. IT-- Kqnn 'M. 'K .niWvAVr $37. ' Tr We are indebted to 8. Standring, of London, England, for copies of the thiid edition of "Eureka" together with a biography of Rev. Geo. O. Bunts. The cut of tho great evangelist shows tbrt the artists of the old world do not compare favorably, with thoee of this country. As was announced, Rev. F. 8. Pollitte of the Methodist church, preached Sunday on the "Primary Elections." The novelty ofthe Btirj-c- t, together with tfcc fact that the primary of Siturday was still tho excitement, drew a large crowd to hear him. He took for his text Proverbi 14: .14. He inveighed against the usual methods employed to win elections and against Christian supporting men of Intemperate habits, and laid down some excellent rules to govern them in such matters. The eermon was a very forcible one, well conclved and timely. Oa the 15ih of February Riv. W. J. Holtzclaw, assisted by his wife aa organist began n second series of meetings here which are still in progress, and are attended by exceedingly large congregations from city and country. At this writing there hn-- e professions. When been twenty-threMr. Holtzclaw began his work here last November the Biptlst church was pastorlcss and had only twenty-sevemembers. It As now has a membership of sixty nlna a direct result of these mcetiugs thirty-twhave been added to the Christian church and three lo the Methodist Monticello Signal. o LJLl'-- IM'ii!! iBlnsSSass1 2788. OF THE REPORT OF THE CONDITION rWnIMnA '8 T, 'uijm. o "a lSli.28MI FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP TjVISTOItli. WmUm & Main GROCERS, Street, - - - Bifflf Stanford. E. " nlo H. C. RUPLEY, d Abdallali Messenger. New Goods for Spring and Summer, . t Ab-dall- c-- 11 well-know- n M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, DEALEU8 & STAGG, Stanford, sup-pos- Mam-brlno- ,2 Wall Paper, i' ... 1 1 Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. ln over-blesse- d Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Job. B. K. WESAREltf, Stanford. IT 9 OPr Stmi-MetM- e Interior grarnxl REMEMBERING EARTH. THE FRENCH PEOPLE. WHAT DO MANY AMERICANS KNOW ABOUT THEM. BIG SWELLS IN BRAZIL. HOW THE NOBLES OF DOM PEORO'i COURT ENJOY THEIR DIGNITY. The Emperor ami Court, tlio Ilarons, Count nml Gentlemen of Fortune Frltllcirra nml Immunltlea of tho Nobility Kxecllont "31mm FIdalBO." Tho emperor and court have gono to and with them have gono tho baroni and counts and gentlemen of fortune who. palaces stand so thick In Botofogo. Every summer and by this I moan tho Brazilian summer of December, January, and Febr- exodus of tho fashionablo world takes place, and everybody who Is "in the swim" goes to Fetropolis, which is n summer city built up in tho mountains, and is like Newport transiwrtcd into tho heart of the Adirondack, Tho Brazilian nobility is a peculiar institution. Tho emperor can create noblemen of all grades, but Is extremely cautious in exercising that power. Ho contents himself at present with making an occasional count or baron, nover a duko or a marquis. When ho was young and strong bo used occasionally to make somo ono n marquis or a duke, but in his old ago ho seems to think tie titlca of count and boron are good enough for everyday use, and has permanently retired nobility" business. from tho VARIOUS rniVILEOM AND IMMUNITIES. Brazilian titles aro not hereditary, but for three generations the descendants, of noblo-mearo entitled to tho appellation of "mosa fldalgo," or "young gentleman," and enjoy tho rights and privileges of their noble progenitors. Tho privileges consist mainly of being allowed by law to "put on more style" If a "mosa than ordinary individuals. ildalgo" wants to enter the army he can do so as a cadet, and is entitled to wear a star on When he goes to the palaco he his can woar his hat until ho comes into tho presence of the emperor, and whilo ordinary officers havo to hitch up their swords before entering the imperial portals, ho can go In with his weapons jangling and thumping along the marblo floors. This privilege of wearing a hat in the house and making a racket in the emperor's presence is highly prized by the youth of Brazil. Then, too, a "mosa fldalgo" cannot bo arrested except by a special warrant from some high official I have forgotten which one-a- nd when he goes on a "racket" and break street lamps and windows the police cannil arrest him and tho polico justico do not givo him a lecture with his fine tho morning. Instead of that ho is arrested tvitl solemn potnp and a long warrant, and is con fined in tho "place of honor" in tho prison. When a "mosa fldalgo" leaves tho country hi to the goes to the palaco and says "good-by- " emperor, and that monarch, awfully bored graciously permits him to purchase a ticket by tho first steamer. But in order to enjoy all theso great privileges one must not only be a "mosa fldalgo," but must take out a patent as such. Then ho can have the titlt printed on his visiting cards .and is a recognized "swell." uarythis n coat-sleev- e. n1 EXCELLENT FELLOWS AS A HULE. in reality form a very small part of tht population. It Is to bo remarked that thi greater portion of thuw novelists themselvej belong to the good and peaceful bourgeoisii and write the abominable facts and Invent mora abominable ones, by tho way of spices, In homos that can vie with any of the American hearths for purity, sanctity and morality. For instance there Is no family where, it ii said, purer love dwells in all respects ol honorableness and domestic happiness than that of Alexander Dumas ills. No chastt American woman could bo more scrupulous, more morally exacting than Mme. Duma( and her two daughters. Still the author soot fit to dig and turn up the steuchy strata ol French soclty to write his books. Alphonse Daudet, who also delights in shocking people (there n?m to bo quantities who like to bo shocked, for many of his book have reached over seventy and eight) Definition of "ltrllgloue Hallucination.' with Sapphos, kings hi exile and j editions) What is known as religious hallucination ii The Applewunicti of the Capitol. such stories of questionable morality, ii really either tho special development of a gen When Dom Pedro of Brazil was hero he the cral morbid state in other words, ordinary went through the capitol, and hi posting by ses lord and master of a home which possesall tho domestic virtues. Ho married a insanity putting on a particular typo prol Aunt Clara's booth sho created ft tremendous ably determined by tho environment or it ii sensation by rushing out and throwing her petite bourgeolse who is known to be the pink n variety of hysterical excitement. There is Ir arms about bis neck (uid khulng him. Then of housekeepers as well as tho most faithful ol the weak and untab!u mimlsof women a nat- she cried In a oIe loud enough to bo beard wives and tho moit devoted of mothers, bhe ural tendency to ecstatic engrossment witl from house to onate: "Pie kitted n king! was reared nnd educated in an Intellectual homo, and being of a literary turn of mind This is fully oo I've Jdssodnki lip, " tho subject of religion. she soon became her husband's right hand in counted for by the fact that religious beliefi -, the impcror was greatly astonOf comaro the only i emaining forms of mental ox ished ut this procure, but it was explained the writing of his books. Indued, tho question under discussion at pruM'nt in literary unknovyn and mys- that sho had a weak mind, and he tb-- ti citation about tho Just as stnnged in evinced a curiosity in bor and examined her circles is w hich part of Alphonse Daudet'i terious. ore attuned to each othei wares displayed at tho booth. Ho gave her n works are attributable to him nnd which to itruments nnc lot of his photographs to sell and wrote bin lib wife. Their homo is ma Jo cheerful and hi played contort, when long sensitive tlames respond to ibrations pro- autograph in her book kept only for tho happy by a family of sturdy lx)ys, w ho are being most carefully reared filed through the '.uosphciv, brains of lik signatures of great men. Aunt Clara Morris under tho watchful eye of father and educated and mother. or "sympathetic" physical structure and or was shrewd, for she mrulo copies of the autoParis Cor. BrooU) n Eaglo. ganic habit are mutually responsive. The graph ou tracing paper and sold them at a special features of any local or social develop good price. Sho is always greatly affected at The Guest Carlcatuird In Sugar. ment of perturbation called "religious halluci learning tho death of ono of her distinguished nation," are doubtless dotermlned by the tyrx friends and often closes bor booth out of reAt a recent dinner giit-- at the Hotel of the class affected, and this, as we know, ii spect to their memories. Sho was a strong Brunswick, in this city, tho saddle of mutton determined by tho conditions of heredity, life friend of Gen. Great, and it is said one of his and the pheasants were brought from Enggrowth and education. London Lancet. last letters was to Aunt Clara, thanking her land, tho grouse from Scotland, and fresh for a letter in which she said she was praying truffles and rare wines for each course from An Absolutely Fuultlvaa Necklace. for his recovery. Sho is desperately in love the continent, all especially imported for the A diamond broker arrived at Washlngtor. with Ben Butler and says she loves him more occasion. Opposite each cover was a statuette with a 40,000 necklace, ordered from liiir than any man since Charles Sumner. Wash- in suger, modeled by the chef who had prepared tho dinner, caricaturing each guest, his long ago, and the ston.03 of which he hat ington Cor. Baltimore American. tastes, hobbies and characteristics, yet prebeen years in collecting. The necklace hot e forty-on- e serving his Ukenehs so correctly as to bo stones and it is said to lx T.es Pottage Keiiulred on Photographr. the largest collection of absolutely perfeel The postmaster general has directed that recognized at a glance. Frank Leslie's Illusgenu that has ever been made in this country. photographs como under tho designation of trated. The central gem, and the only odd one, h printed matter, and aro tlwrefore to bo rated soven carats In weights and cost f 2,500. Th as third-clas- s Peculiar Construction of a Holler. matter Instead of buing in the rest are all exact jialrs, of graduated sizes fourth class and rated as merchandise, (is has A, bollor has been made In Franco In which and the smallest ones cost $100 each. The heretofore been the case. Under this ruling the metallic surface exposed to fii e does not I lnv'ker who made this collection sought tb( photographs can now bo sent through tho malls touch the water. Tho boiler, it is said, can world over for the stonos, as his contracl by the payment of 1 cant for two ounces in- I not become red hot, but is envelojied all over stipulated that each one should be absolutely stead of I cent nnoenca. This reduction will j by the same temjxrature. The vaporization faultless, and bo says that ho has examined bo bailed with delight by impecunious lovers. is very great, ami tho last drop of water can $10,000,000 worth of jewels to complete thi Now Orleans be converted into steam without any danger election. Washington Letter. of explosion. Boston Budget New 1'orm of Uuropean Costume. The Old Walls of St. Sophia. Professor Mlyske, of tho Japanese NaMen at a ltallroad Crossing, walls of tho famous mosque of St tional university, has Invented a new form of The Woll, tho most effective sign I ever saw said to ix European Bophia, in Constantinople, are which Is highly com sadly in need of restoration. The cubes ol mondable for sanitary reasons. It is now ms roundOut for the LocoinotlveJ' So Os, ) ou know, staring you in iany mosaic constantly fall out, or won, an stated that the studonts of tho medical de.ha fitoe and warning you backward till you lacked out to bo sold to strangers, and uuuij partment of the Toldo university, numbering itart w ith feur. A locomotive sign at a quiet of the arcades and lesser walls would tuinblt over 2,000, have boon ordered to wear clothing crossing always reminded me of a barrel o down had they not been rudely shored up. of this description. Chicago Herald. dynamite. Boston Herald. Chicago Herald. HI rotlllro H'. Cil t.i'H KHMLKY v u ll.!. M t' ooujli when .Shllol.'i Curs .. ri'j!i, iii Tho trade in patent medicines amounts t i'i rU ioJ Caiiki-- Muutb. f Pine IOj, 50c snl fl, vtu r'v 4' r i.t about $22,000,000 per annum. There an 1' , t ui (U AI. L M. ii i u t H L Cutir u. 5,000 kinds in tho market Globo-Domocr- at blue-whitTimes-Democr. The "mosas fldalgos" of Brazil are, aro as a rulo, excellent young fellows, but moot oi them have been to Paris and most of them have met the Due de Morny. Tho influence of that young idiot on the Brazilian youth U They talk about him and very perceptible. found themselves on him in a most ridiculous manner. It is only necessary to know that Morny does a thing or wears a thing to make it popular with the young gentlemen of Brazil. In tho winter season the Princess Isabella gives most magnificent balls in her palace at Botof ogo. All the world that is, the fashionable world goes, and the middle-igc- d princess opens tho dance. When a man has led tho cotillon at ono of tho princess' balls hit position as a leader of fashion U assured. Botof ogo is that quarter of Kio in w hich ait devoured eagerly by them, and I really think the palaces of the great and wealthy. And they believe' in. tba thing. Now, I've had ru they art vcritablo palaces. Ths.ru are galkr-io- many as u dozen inquiries for Hargravo "Some Queer Things About tho Outside of paintings, immense salons, and elaborate banquet halls in these palaces, and a World," and Tvo written to every book-worlarge retinue of slaves and servants to keep in tho United States for tho volumo, but they But it is on his plan- all say that it is out of print them in perfect order. "Another book there is a greal deal of tation or "facienda" that tho wealthy Brazilian lives in the moat baronial style. Then inquiry about Is Barrett's "Magnus," which he is an absolute autocrat, and over all was published in London in the year 1S01, and the broad acres white with coffee blossoms h consists of a lot of elaborate ceremonies for is tho lord and seigneur. His hundreds ol calling up evil spirits, and so forth. It has a of slaves regard the will of their master ai number of illustration showing the seals and paramount to everything, and when later on faces of several spirits, which ore called tho barons and counts leave Pctropolis to paj "elemental" by the magicians, and whobe a visit to their1 estates in tho country their re- physiognomies would frighten a professional tainers will welcome them with fireworks and pugilist. I understand that these same bookfeasting. Altogether tho llfo of a Braziliar worms havo a den bomewbere in tho city, gentleman runs in pleasant channels, and, II where they boil a kettle and draw up the he is not in debt to tho coffee brokers of Ric spirits of evil from the vasty deep, but, of or harrassod by wondering what he shall dc course, you noednt quoto me as an authority. for labor on his plantation when slavery U They use all sorts of drugs, crystals, wands, finally ended, he is about as happy as it ii circles and triangles, and they do say that the prvsiiblo for mortal to be. Rio Janeiro Cor dogs bark In the neighborhood where the Wow Voi k Tribune. thnumaturgfcts work." Old Book Denier in life-lon- g s m Tho great majority of American people who may havo boon residents of Paris for years know ltttlo more about French society If such a dreamy touch should fall, and its ways of living than if thoy had reO turn theo round, resolvo tho doubt; mained in their own native cities. They form My guardian angel will speak out sets with their own jwople- - in foreign counIn that high place, and tell theo alb tries with more tenacity than thoy do In their "In Mcmorium." own. They generally all live In the same quarter and board In tho samo hotels and THE CHAPLAIN OF THE HOUSE. pensions. They take lessons in tho French and language, to lw sure, but they noicr air Uieir A Illlnil Mun'n AccomplUlimcntt knowledge, except to shopkeepers. Somo who Information Memory of I'uccal insight into Now and then ono notices in tho current aro ambitious to have an to gossip of tho nowspnpers allusions to ltov. human nature and manners set themselves of their Henry W. Milburn, who is now, for tho third studying tho master and mistressspecimens, place. Theso aro poor timo, acting as tho chaplain of tho house of boarding tiling a reprcsontntivetrat Washington. Ho was an to say tho least, for tho lastis to keepFrench will a historian, a biographer, an encyclopedlast, a woman or manidea Isresort to to all who can repulsive tho very physiognomist, a preacher, a gossip, a ton mako n living any other way. vivant, a finished gentleman. No portion of possibly HABITS OF IUHIDENT AS1EMCANS. the world seemed impervious to his mental To speak of tho Americans who hnve setvision. Sightless, ho saw more than hundreds of other men combined, who havo studied llfo tled in their own apartments and liavo mado with open eyes, and with no faculty Impaired them tholr permanent homes, thoy are oven more secluded from French society than the in any direction. At ono time tho writer was engaged in pre- boarders. At tho table d'hote, somo may paring a series of sketches of notable peoplo in meet with stray resident Frenchmen who, in London, and which were nil to bo taken from the eyes of their countrymen, represent the real life, from personal study of the various class of outcasts, for to them tho idea of not subjects. Now and then tho name of this or having even a corner which you can call that person who was being niado tho subject your own Is a most deplorable one. But the of protralturo was brought up, and in each American settlers, the American colony, at instanco tho blind preacher seemed to have they are called, have not even tho advantage perfected a conclusion as to tho character of of that foreign element They give their tea tho sketch. Ho was able to critically oxam-In- o parties, their dinners, their solrtvs, and the tho work and to pass on it In all its mi- guests are all English speaking people. If, by nutest details. This related not only to tho chance, their exclusivencss allows them to t, make a few exceptions and they tender inmental, moral, and social qualities of the but also to the matter of personal ap- vitations to a few French, rest assured that they will be dukes and counts, with their conpearance. There was something astonishing in this sorts; for outside of their sot the American! ability to describe the faces of men. Ho only condescend to entertain titled noThey have their American would do it with all the accuracy of a photo- bility. their American doctors, theii graph. Again and again has tho writer re- bonkers, ceived of him mlnuto descriptions of tho ap- American churches, their American interprepearance of noted men, then height, tho color ters, when communication is necessary with and expression of their eyes, the peculiarities the natives; they havo their American exof their features, their tono of voleo in ora- change, where they dally meet to read the tory and conversation, and in every Instance American papers and hear American Rons!!. were they to tho very llfo. no wonld exhibit In fact they are as isolated from the trend the samo quality in rwpect of places. Every- population as the Jews in the Ghetto arc from where ho had boon in England, or on the con- the Romans. Holding rank above the middle classes, the tinent, or in America, he had seen tho country, tho streets, and churches, and would de- bourgeoUlo, we havo the nobility. If the) only held the rank with dignity they would scribe them with fidelity. Ho was the guest of many of tho noted be doing nobly. But unfortunately most ol families of the United Kingdom, and ho re- them in this age of industry imss their time ir called all their qualities, mental and physical, elegant nnd often reprehensible leisure. When the young men deign to occupy theii and reproduced them with entire exactness. Ho was an cxtenslvo traveler, and although timo It is devoted to affording items for art I sometimes accompanied by an attendant, be cles on fashions. Ladles of rank follow tho same intellectual as often traveled alone, going from ono end of the kingdom to the other, making the pursuits; they study dress, they giro balls lr changes of ralhvny stations, occupying the which each gu.t is reque&ted to represent at smoking compartments, and finding his wny animal, they invent jiosUme, gosaip at from station to hall, church, private resi- o'clock teas, and furnuh substance as eccendence, or whatever might bo his destination, tric heroines for highly spiced French novels, THE BONE AND SINEW OV THE NATION. with apparently as much cae and certainty as if ho had been supplied with vision, and While theso sad remnants of the crusaden resident of the neighborhood. and brave knights are having tv good tinai was a Not tho least, astonishing of his capabilities tho middle, clashes are at work. They forte was the remei.ibei Ing of faces as ho facetho bono mid sinew of tho nation. Thox tiously termed his marvelous ability to recogclashes consist, as they do everywhere, of pronize ono w horn ho had once met, no matter fessional men, bankers, big and little merhow long a period elapsed between tho meet- chants, manufacturers, writers, artists, etc ings. Cor. Chicago Time all who have an active pursuit of some kind outtldo of the lower claw of day laborers. Woriu-Uate- n Hooka on Magic. Old Now it Is an undeniable fact that American! "It is a strange thing how many nice gen- too very littlo of the interiors of this hour tlemen there are In St. Louis who are sane on geoWe not enough to hare a good cleai all subjects except magic. They snap up knowledge of it It does not court tho soevery book and bit of literature on tho sub- ciety of outsiders. It is very exclusive; It it ject, and aro a regular pudding for the book fact adheres too closely to its shell; it Is indealers, who charge them all sorts of price clined to narrow mlndcdncss, and is apt t books that are for the stuff. Old worm-eate- n think the world ends with the boundaries ol thrown away as useless by everybody else are France. pen-sion; sub-jucJen-ning- 's How fares it with tho happy deadl For here tho man is tnoru and more; But ho forgets tho days boforo Qod shut the doorways of his head. Tho days have vanish'd, tono and tint, And yet perhaps tho hoarding sense Gives out at times (ho knows not whence) A little flash, a mystic hint; And In tho long harmonious years (If Death so tasto Lethean springs) May some dim touch of earthly things Surprlso theo rouging with thy peers. THE BEST NOT Colo-nl- ea TAYL.OR' COUGH3 nnu ORo jf Ut Ignorance of Vliltor atrnl Foreign Middle Claatea anil It Ctuiei-T- ito -I- 'tlie Pictures by Durj&ns, Daudet and Other DrnmntUU and Novelists. boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect health, aud tho truo way to Insure health Is to purify your blood with Aycr's Mr. Eliza A. Clough, 31 ArlingSanm-parlll- a. ton it., Lowell, Mtn., writes: "Every winter and spring my family. Including myself, use several bottles of Aycr's Expcrlmoo has com diced tuo that, ni a powerfu & Swift's Specific It DHtura'SjQwn remedy, uuJo from roots tfitbere-which lrotu;tho forests of 0 corgi 1, Tho method d from tba Itla mtJ wuobtstneJ bj s Creek.InilUnt who'.lnaablteJ a certain portion of Georgia, which was couuiunlcatoJ to ono ol the esrlr ivttlors, anJ.thui tho formula has been banded down to tho present day. Tho abate cut rep rrtcntatho method 0 Manufacture twenty rears ago, by Mr. C. T. Bwlrt, one of the present proprl otori. The ilcmand haa been graJuallr liiereaalng until a 1100,000 laboratory It now necessary toaup. ply tho trtile. A foreign demand baa teen created anil enlarged licllllles will bo necessary to meet it. This great l n. Blood purlflcr, It Is ery much superior to any other preparation of Suiviparllln. All persons of scrofulous or coiiMiinpllic tendencies, and especially delicate children, aro sure to bo greatly benefited by l uc." J. W. SMrr, Lnoonli, Iowa, w i It- : "For jean I was troubled iiltli complaints. 1 tried eionil illffirent preparation, which dtd hip little, if am, good. Two battles of AyerN Stinapn rills effected a complete cure. It l my opinion thr. this medicine U tha lnt - 1 lr flYMW .s -- taV"f half-brcr- 1 CTLLEIIlXr. ni itrmt i' p ' mi blood Purifier of tho diy." writes: "For a number of jeurs I was troubled with a humor In my oje, and uuablc to obtain relief until I commenced using Ajer's Sannparilla. 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'For eighteen months I d with Chills and Fever, sxtf-erc- Tbert) la perhape no dlwte to f'evalent at Intllgntlon, and ime. too, that up to tho tt prtMiit Urns hat banted the tklll of Iho tnot of the chronic t'hjitrUUi. 'glOUItYIItt Elwatimi CMMCO dr Ir clgln in DytprPd. Thotrmp. haro the torn are loti of appetite, lou of nteh, a feeling ol fullnnu or weight In the stomach, (national nau-le- a Through Coaohos and Pullman flatulent, dull aln In or Tomltlrg, Stooping Cars, hntlni-thebe d. vllha KBMtlonof low tplrlta, cr glJdl-ne- , tleeplrtt-neIrrrgultMtyoftiowelt. From tallow tklo. derangement of kidneys, and not unfrcqucnlly alpltatlon of the heart. any of thetetjmptoma I.OIMHVillO to CIiIcuko, If jou aretuflerlug with .(' DR. HOLT'S Cliicinniitl lo C'liltitRO, InilliiniiixillH to Chicago THBOUGII TIME TABLE Via Loul.rllU- - I Dyspeptic Elixir 1VIIX CUKE YOU. Tor talo by Dr. M L. EDWJX HARPER." mEI-ARE- Itotii e, fctaaford, Ky.7S-r- a DY Lie. liuttTlllt .. Arr. Lafayette. ' Chicago Dr. J. G. Ayer & Sold by all Co., Lowell, Maw. DrulsU. MYERS HOTEL. STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains it High Reputation , AND ....m.. .... 7MJara 17 40 p in 1S0i ra II I Ma m m S Ma m 0 vi 1 Via Cincinnati: Lte. Cincinnati ... " In.lian.polU.. Arr. Chicago........ Dally Do .I Maul ) Uptu .It? 4Spm I II 50 pm 12 1 S JO p m I H ata Most of the foreigners glean their knowl edge of the French from French writers, whe imagine their books would lack interest and consequently not sell if they were not filled with the sins and debaucheries of people whe Your Hair should be your crowning glory. A)cr'i liair Vigor will restore tho ltality and color of youth to hair that has become thin and faded; and, where tho glands are not decayed or absorbed, will cause a new grow th on bald heads. be prcserv cd to old asc? Read the following, from 3Irs. O. Norton, Somcrvlllc, Mass. : " I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho past 80 years; nnd, although I am upwards of CO, my y as hair U as abundant and glossy when I was 23." T3T1 assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hair JjJu Vigor will comlnco you of Its powers. Mrs. M. . GotL Leadvillc, Col., writes: "Two years ago, my hair hai Ing almost entirely fallen out, I commenced y ray the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. hair Is SO inches long, fine, strong, aud healthy." TJT?TTT?1I7T?TI ond strengthened XlijJN Jit W JuD by the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor, the hair regains Its youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. P. Williamson, Daildson College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C, writes: "I liaic used Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. It Is an excellent preservative." tho U3B of Aycr's Hair Vigor, Geo. H X A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., had his hair restored to Its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, and very (jray. He writes: "Only four bottles of 'ho Vigor were required to restore my hair to Its youthful color aud quantity." ers a'r Vlgorcures TTQTTfff cases of tho scalp. F. II. Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I had been troubled for years with a dNeaso of fie sculp; my head was covered with nnd the hair dry and harsh. Ay cr's Hair Vigor gavo mo immediate relief, cleansed the scalp, and rendered tho hair soft and pliable." To-da- tl"l'r except Suudar. ture yonr ticket rradt rla the MOW ON In ROUTE, (U N. A. A C IVy) ai It It the u.ulckt. the Ult and motl direct line to Chlra go and pilntt IheNorthweil. llJLix J. of the hair A"T tuc youthful color and vigor Its Proprietor ia Determined that it Shall be tfecond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. Katnane will be cunrejeJ to tad from t ha de free of charge. Special aernromolatl nn to Commercial Trarolen. The riar will Iwara .applied with the choice.! branda of Ltqaort aad Clear. Tlcketi rla tho Moooq llouta on aale at all principal ticket oOce. For ratei, ratpi and lull In formation, addreat WM. S. UALDWIK.O.P A.Chlrtgo. A. J. OKEILLY, O. d. A , LouIitIII. uHESHPEHKEJO roa OHIO RY. Kciifuckj'H Iloulo EuHt Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. isso the cooricu-j:;:;;::;- .. : The only lino running LIVING IDEAS AND LIVr. or xi 3foitnnillr, OlS'aidi'tiK, n't TUeConrlcr-Jourm- tu ISS'j:" 'lit tc PULLMAN NEW SLKl'.I'IMl CAIW Spirit of Sectional Mrl... l A SOLID TBAIN raou Louibvillo, Cincinnati k Lexington, Ky., to Washington Uitj, Connecting In tht' 111110 dr)ot with Illtiia,n olI f.r.t, tho reduction pnIl l.jr tho Nemspaocr cl the Soutn, t. -', nn I ell ' I. tli aikniiHle-bji-.- l .llriar V TM unce-.KtpriienU-tli- e D tower In V i tarlir now In iu,c VSir Courler-isurni- l r Taioj I, for a I uj it Fast Trains for Now York. The Direct Koute lo Lynchburg, PantiHe, Norfolk ami all Virginia and North Caiollua, 1'uliitt. Kor tlcketi anil further Inl.irinatlnn, ap(Jr to your neurcat Uriel office or addre.t W. U.Monroe, Vr. Trelght anl raiicner Agent Lexington Ky. . kri,M;n, ci, tv. ssiiTii, 11. Oen'l Marat;er, Oon'l Vlrjlntr. UtchmonJ, The Weekly nxr I. thi nc'llr Tiewpip.-- pllhlli'i-- J I , the I'n Ic lMut-.uii- i f r U.o .it iritttx m.'l ijkility Ii Ihiki vt ll, It U of iiiutti-- th it ai;, jr. la the OiiLApr.T. It. le'Sjraphls newt fl. ftiiie. oulrla.. any ctherpai i.un.l illm. the mm lie '. i.it la the of tho ableft vrllr rouutrj. It pri - nu iimneMis ol the teck from (rery f.rtloin f tlm (Vend. Itgiii.to lit rnnb-rihruuihiiut theicir a irrmter niimli rof Stria) nud Short Stories Ir pi.niilneut hj I luipulur magiirlui-- . rlleit limn auj of tlio It oiery u.j-u- i t u Uodcl Political am r lt r. 1C'irri u ra'r a'i . Paper. lla ) dan-ilrtin- ", great In lta corrwtm.i of luformA. tlnn; great In TnrUly; great In erery imm of the Hi rd. ItllMp.iT Hint fryxy.liuuIJ hate. To bo Hlliout It It a grv.t npportunlty but. Tho4 wl 0 once take it urn tun willing to Le without it In their home. great variety are fre A Tho "Weokly Courier-Journbai by far tlio Iiargoat Circulation of any Democratic .Newspaper in America. It It ncknonlMlg'il by preet nud perpl thri ughmit the Unite! htMrt to le a pn--t pnper: rtat In iloj great lu entcrp'll In aliillty; al L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. -- f'l tub onKiT- - THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TUB Ayer's Hair Vigor, Dr. J. C. i'm:i'Ai:i:i by Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass., For sale by all DniggMs. V. 3. A, mii.I cur rremlum hupptnifiil, giving our full tint of priiuiluuit, to uu) uj.ln.5, of nlTi'riil fn-- to yeerly eulncrlb-or- . On ruelpt of a lujiu-J- t fur tbtui, wv attid of ehsrno a rumple copy of Wivkly Cmrlf FREE PREMIUMS. ll.t of Imnd.onie and umful prrmlunit SUBOORIPTION SOUTH & WEST WITH FOR p.4B: thr' ! TEHM3. Weekly, ono )ear, Including a free pr- inluin weekly, toclultof tlvo aud oer, without ,.... preiiilitm, I'url Pullman Palace Sleepers. Louisville Atlanta, to rYjiHiivllIc, ftlUUinlaiH 10 1 10 'Ik I wll toiell mi i' t. f mka) Hllltl2 Fork Laul. 01) run'tlu1" t., t i't"'t, one OO th latter AeffHttithf thirlnip141) r innn ll rich Utnl with coiaforlable in-- i in wparsle trad ISO 4ct'eHot No All I Knob Land on MaviiV l? ip, n r iuofo'il. one if this Uai biulMvn l,tily ' iiri.ri1 and Kinr me. i ' itltn on vIiiMiik to pun haw 1 i'i lime. 'in iU) Will tlllow forn.h with InterMt at t! pv ieiit, .4. .M. FKI.,tMh ,n !. 1 111 rnnllt! P, I, I Iisto oiiBi'i-- r f rtaLfjtJ, Kv buiiJa), U luuulht 1.U0 Ko trarellng ngentt aro emrloye-by the but A good local agrii til hhiiIi-- . fur It In m o cui.iuiiiuity, to luin a liberal ct.li ruiniiiixlriD la ailiil. If the tuiirler-J'juni.- il bit no local a unit In )ur neighbor-hiw- l, tend tn m Ajuit't Cvina.tliiK Outfit, wl.U'li 'laeu I churce All orilu., miu i fur outlitt, eaiupk ronrler-JwurtMl, For every club ol five names tent tit at ono timo, tho tender ol club Mill ho tent as a present any one ol our freo premiums selected by htm. P.illy, (exce t HuiiiIhj ), one ji-a$10.00 Dally, (except MuiiiIh)), rlx f)(X) Diilly, (txci-p- t Nunduy), ono month 1.(0 one year 2(10 l.Hllo Hock, itlublle and .uiv rl!UH. Onlyone cbnnc to ioln In ftloiittiomcrj', Ir l Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANT Becking , ;, Kino miorilxtrii IJulIs, VfRlllnesMi'l wn Iuei that will fell low ami -l nt m tn:t'il to Kb aiiTiiliU) tin" fi i; I 1. tt. , I .mil VV. 1 udJreut-i- l tu (i. HALOE1Y1AN, hour wrllft Pre44.nl r I)okol Pliltirlev, TViiii di- "xma'-Kdu- ft m tup-rb- u lnx' Jioi o 1 m mvie'A. 1 nl nm!: or I will M. F. 3nrJnr3lCe , U'C:VlM.r., KV on tho lino of tbli load tpeclal ratea. Cutupnny lor , wlllrectlro raUi,routa Ac, or orifl Agenttofthl C. 1. 4.TMOKI, i. iKiularllla, .4 ' Ky