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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 18, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883121801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 18, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Hems -- pee111 VOLUME &tm-$Utkg3tcrirotu)d X.-NUM- 'iitefio 18, 1883. a. BE11 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER OJXr-XBCTIX- Mflll NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 207. W. A WALJW, L Ik ... fimfafufPrtpnthr Hif rntlH4 TumtnyM JWrfitya, ft.oo xjBit A.Nrvtm. . If "" rM MffcNf i hirt wait m; tin, M.no vlll U th.rffd. to ABVLTKMATtOX Or DRVBB. TOOD AMD i i ) eftbebeltlrMwiftpt)otatet TJw New York Jg!altHronl ibt ImI tewttoa pamed a lw to prevent Uio ol foo4 m4 drugs. The kty Ii aommiMed to the fhte Bowd of HesJtk of Meeith)ig what articles we iMlHltomknl, ami UioSalk7 Oommllteo eight V 'Into to make the To di of theso cliomlsU certain kinds of foods or drag aro to be assigned for fmrcluue and analysts. Th Sanitary Engineer Iim already directed attention to tlireo classes l articles adulterated, wklcli, la kit ojtaloB, require to to Mlyzcd, eipomxl and checked. The United Sintcn exported-Iyear to Franc Mid Italy 1,603,511 gallons ot cottonseed oil. k what may Iks called "nnopen secret " that much of thk oil coses lurk to us as "puro ollro oil." It U also known that n quantity of cottonseed oil does not go abroad, but U put up is bottles resem-LliBtlioau of foreign make, ond lnboled "olire oil," and sold aa such. Auothor artlclo adulterated is castilo soap. TliU keommouly regarded aa tko imrratarticlo of its kind, and it consequently in groat demand for certain purposes. Out noar-l- y all the eaatilo soap, ou'D that put to medical ases, is now said to bo more or loss good or liad imitation, thu purity ofJ4e aeap being at tkU tutui M of a title. Oht wines arajiAw larawly adulterated, aad some rfof the her alo tbat is so lfgi-l'.costtraed in this country havo been subjected In tho browing to similar Tho Now York fraudulent processes. Sun given a long account of the mI JTestion. dbo. if g; lWd ad ) practiced Inio 'arttetai ot drink, and prints lift opiuions ot physicians as to tho effects produced in drinkers by cocculus and cannabis in dlcua, glucose, etc., effects especially noticeable ia diseases of tho kidneys. Qluoose, whea properly made, and freed froa'tbo achts used in Its k aaid to be harmless, and tho same harmlovneas Is attributed to oleomargarine when tho manufacture is conducted with a dae regard to clcanli neaa a&d the fat in tho process of k pare. In both cases these articles oro held to be deleterious whoa tho acid to gloaoM kw not been completely remoTod, and the fat from which oleomargarine k made k of an inferior finality. In Chicago it has boon com monly reported that it k tho almost-generpractice there to mix ate&rino with commercial lard for the purposo of hardening it, ppioea also are largely adulterated ; their character easily permitting unscmpHloaa 'xaauufacturo and samples ot kdikg. Of tweaty-sove- n mustard, carefully selected in Now York from raiKiWe.tUakrsr J)r. Smart found that only six were entirely pure. It k consoling, however, to bo told that adulteration in this country "seldom toko a form that k ikngeroaa to health." However tltls May be, thece are poaaibil-itiof such a peril whorovor adulterations ore resorted to. A purchaser who pays for n pure articlo and docs not got what it k guaranteed to bo, should havo BOBMtfagMt power ,of redress, sad tUekhMUeltegMsii law what law just passed to Now York.under-tak- e to give, besides affording to the lmblio br author- liing a rigid syatom of insocUoa. RaU tlmore Sun, mann-factare, ei al cs te W incidea-fafprotecW- en The attention of our readers it retpect fully cslled to the ailvirlltemcnt, ia anoth er eeluma, of D. M. tVrr & Co., Detroit, Miefc., tM eekbratsd seedsmen. Tbey do the largest btttkess ia iMr 11m in (lit Uaikd Stats; rake the balk of their seed oi llitir own farms, by the moat approved mslhodi, snd htve oblatiitd a worJJ-wIJrtpntation for the quality and variety of the sted tbey put upon tie market and tbeir Integrity Id filliag all orders eatrust ed to the. Tbeir beautiful Seed Aaantl atthectoMV' fer 19H, seat free to all alio apply fer It will b found of nractlcal valut to all wlm It Nut Fail. dralre to purchare feeds trus to name. l'eopls are startled by its woodtrful cures. The fact that Dr. Whiteael's Gtr-mcompare the soul to a linen Caucbrup fo Coubf, Ceaaanp-tte- a ; M matt be arst washed to take aad .Lwaf ' flteaats U dsll Curing eflT M aative hue aad colorand to make thouSBds of Ikts terrible dUeaaa has causit whito j aad afterward it must be ever ed all wbo have tested Its merits to pro- aad aaaa wwOwd to preserve it whito. remedy. Spesdr aeuBee it a 1 arrestJag (atienllag rtlltf, catetual I nac that I am growiag old tor furthsr pregreM of dUeaae. Try It sad be want of aesMhedy to toll mo that I am eaviaetd. For sak by McKeWk A looklag m yeaag ever. Ofeanakg 8(sk. DfWMkts. 'Jehn D. Park & Sea fakeheodl There a vast daal of k iui Agsats. . Utree-uartoo ae IST. The youagHvan wrote that ho wanted to become an editor, and thk was the eacouragemeat he received : " Canst thou draw up a loviathaa with a hook thou l.ttest down ? Canst thou hook up great ideas from tho depths of thy intellect, and clean and scale and fry thorn at flvo minutes' uotioo? Canst thou write editefiak a teey may be wanted to measure Oaast thou write na edir torial to iH ia a eolwaa ot theaper,'which shall have three inches of fine sonUmont, four inches from tho beginning, nine iaehea of humor in tho middle, an outburst ef maxim and the-quattoawos keg ADriCK TO A WOVLD-U- K JOURNAL- VHIHIX OF TIIK Tin: There are those who tnvee the erigia A Chttrful Tine e tfi rifftrt on th ef tho eftweetkg to Old Testament WMt Moth, timet, aad Ttkr to BMay passages from (rron Mm Iu.ltpo Krtw.J to the days of John tho DapUst BeeatiM mankind huvo bcea unable to Geaeak for proofs. Wo will, howover, consider comprehend death (hey havo rnodo it iU rise aa strictly Americau, and make terrible. All literature on the irabjeet k no other mention of tholtihlo references ghastly and appalling. Tho portals of the tomb Imtb been draped ia the dark- thaa are Mggostod ia Ike opcakg paraest gloom, and the mystery which Ilea graph. g The fiftt ia the United boy ond tho gravo rnado dreadful by every States waa held in the year 17W, oa the device of langusgo and exaggeration of bank of tho Red river in Kentucky. llao imagination. Krcry raco has coBsiractcd for itself a The way it came aliout was somewhat peculiar. Two brothers named McGec, death angel, and all ore grim and ono a Methodist and tho other n Prcsby-Tho Hebrews named him reWgioHi tour from Bammw), aad armed him with a sword terhwi, wero oa a TeaBessee to a pkco eallod in those days aad placed him in tho courts of heaves, to fly hence over tho earth at the bcheat the "Barrens," They stopped at a set to of God. To tho Greeks he was tho black tlement attend a aacrameulal occasion with a Presbyterian minister, tho Itev. twk of sleep, slumbering ia the arms ef night Tho death angel of tho ltomnnt Mr. McOrccly by name. John McGec, tho Methodist, preached on invitation, black- waa a feraalo figure, services aro described as having winged, with ravenous teeth, hovering and hk been marked "with irreat liberty and everywhere and darting here and there, power." McGoo's brother and tho Itev. hungry for prey. Tho Norse conception Mr. Hogo followed with sermon I, and of death k a vast, cloudy presence, their effects were remarkahlo, as thoy sweeping on its victims and bearing produced "tears of contrition and shouk them away wrapped ia (k sable folds. of joy." Our own lltcraluro pewoniflot him as a Tho several rrcsbytcrinn ministers, skeleton brandishing a dart; as a fowler tho Rev. Messrs. McGreely, Ilogo and spreading hk net, sotting hU snares for Itankios, left tho hotu o, but tho McGecs men. were too powerfully oirectcd to depart. Tho writer who combino a ealm philJohn was cxjcctod to preach again, bnt osophy with a steady reliance upon tho when tho time camo ho arose and ininflnlto wisdom which dotigncd tho groat formed tho people that tho overpowerscheme ottho univcrso tell us that death ing nature of his feelings would uot alnot an entity, but an event ; not a k low of hk preaching, and ho exhorted force, but a aUte. It is the irrevocable them to surrender their hearts to God. negation which closos tho positive exThe excitement is said to havo been inperience wo call life ; and it must bo describable, Tho reports of theso wonright and wise aad kind, else it could derful services were heard by tho peoplo not bo. Literature has involved tho in tho country round, and many rushed subject in intangible theories. Bcicnco to tho placo to sco tho preachers and aad mckpbyiiea havo drawn alittlo witness the unusual religions exercises, nearer to tho heart ot tho great mystery. tho meeting honso wot overflowed, aad A German writer says : " Only beforo aa altar was erected to tho Lord ia the death, but not ia death, k death death. forest. Death k so unreal a being that ho only Thk added now interest to tho moveis vhen ho k not. and k not when ho ment, and peoplo assembled from for is." A philosophic poot has aaid: and near, with provisions and other " Death is not a dynanilo agency warring for camping out, and remained against life, bnt simply an occurrence several days, living in tents. For tho tho other side, of life." In tho language timo denominational divkions secmbd to of science: "Lifok tho performance bo forgotten, and tho services wero conof function by an orgtakin ; death k ducted by Presbyterians, McthodisU the abaadeameat of w organism to tho and Baptists. forces ot tho univcrso." Tho results wero so wonderful that Wuorover wo look ia tho realm of another meeting of tho same sort was physical man wo discern death; and Jf suggested, anil was held on tho Muddy wo look beneath tho pall of horror with river, end still another was hold on what which our ignorance has enrobed it wo was called tho Ridge, both having been will see its benevolence and its, beauty. attended by great crowds who csmo for Linked inseparably with Ute laws of life many miles around. Theso services wero it bears tho impress o! tho divinity and continued and extended with similar rek the expression ot Ilk love. sults, tho Presbyterians and Methodists tYithout death there would be neither directing and conducting them. k stimulus nor romance in life. It k tho stated that at one ot theso meetings in magician whose wand dissipates ail com Kentucky there wero present at least plications aad unravel all tangles. It 20,000 persons. friendly in its restdts, howovcr k always Tho Presbyterians gradually retired terribio its fcrm. It tho echo of tho from tho field, whilo tho Methodists voice ot lovo roverberatcd from tho carried tho meetings to all park of tho limit of Mo," country. Sinco then other denomina"To tho capable observer, death tions have Adopted ihem, and they have bears tho doable aspect Of necessity and continued with mere or J ess cftieacyup benignity; necessity, becauso it k an to tho present time Chicago Inter ultima to fact, as tho material world k Ocean. ' made, that, sinco organio acHo-- implies TKXrJlRATlS BTATBXKXT. expenditure ot force, tho modicum of force given to any physical organisation How impatient we are, ia these northmutt finally bo spent ; benignity, be- ern latitudes, ot looseness and intempercauso a bodily immortality on earth ance in speech I Our measure of sucwould prevent all tho happiness of per- cess k thejmodratfoutBsd lew kvel oi petually rifting millluas and bo on un- an Individual's judgment. Dr.Chonnlng's speakable eurse upon its possessors." piety aad wkdom had sueh weight that, Viewed from thk standpoint, tho in, Boston, tho popular idea of religion specters ot the braiu, which wero wont was whatever thk eminent divine ticld. to rise at tho slightest mention of death, But I remember that hk best friend, a vanish ; and, as wo enter tho ancient man of guarded lips, spooking of him in mystery, we eaa say : havo a ekele of hk admirers, said : TUpngtl I itoop known him loag, I have "studied his lata a dark, trratadout mo of olonJ, character, and I bolievo him capable of It to Vat for a Mat I jwm Ood'a last? virtue." An eminent French journalist CIom to Bijr tNt ; 1U .! Jor, toon or htt, VHlrUrwtbt gloom. I &tS tmttft oawwhwa, paid a high compliment to tho Duko ol Wellington, when hk documenk were Charles Dcdlii Wahnxb brought pnblkhed : "Horo aro twolvo volumes hk paper on "Tho American Newspa- of milittry dispatches, and tho word per" bofore tho Social Bcicnco Conven- glory is not found in them." Haljph tion to a close with, this " remark for tho Waldo EmtrioH. benefit ot whom it may concern :" " With all its faults, I bcllovo tho moral The price of The Ihtehior Jocbmal tono of tho American nowspapork high- has been reduced to $2 per when paid er, as a rule, than that of the communi- ttrictlr In advance, ty in which it k pullkhcd." jwyjgyjrx of veaiu. Till: I VHtQUtTOVH JiF.VOHTKR, cftmp-meetki- g. dark-robe- Tho reporter k supposed to enjoy ' many privileges ; ho passes doorkeepers and unquestioned ; ho gains ' admittance everywhere, and generally, 'being a cheerful, ' sort of man, thocnllghtcnod publio con- rn.rrca-c3i.ijST?'43- , elder him highly favored in all rcspocta. Bnt, alack I hk lot k not a happy one. Ho endures hardship and severe trials. In order to get tho facto with which to construct his numerous articles, lie must - OF travel on an average of five miles a day, or an aggregate of 1,500 miles a year. During theso perambulations ho asks several thousand civil questions andgols Ever Mftdo 1h (ke Clljr. several thousand uncivil answers ; gok ordered out of office and houses; has dozens of doors slammed in his Toco ; k asked ten thousand questions and reFrom tho Oldest to tha Youngest, coniiiting- - of turns as many short but civil answert ; Desks, Sets, gek into tho circus onco on a promko to Books, givo it a big send-off- ; is buttonholed Comb tlurteca hundred times by partios who desire to impart a good item about them- Our Stack oi SILVEIIWAKB I. Cowplclo. Hllk XchcsI Sljleft Tea SctK, Omiers, KHircHaud Forks, Xitpkin Kings selves ; k wolcomed wherever his pencil ' Bud Vhsca, Toilet Hetties ami ether will put monoy into pcoplo's pockets or Silver Novelties. givo them a little notoriety. Howovcr, he lmys 5 cents a gloss for beer, full DIAMONDS, DIAMONDS ! IN OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF JEWELRY rates for board, top prices for clothes, WAM0NDS, DIAMOND BRACELETS, EARDROPS, RINGS, &0. ALL THE ABOVE WILL either walks or pays full faro on the BE SOLD VEBY LOW. DON'T FAIL TO MAKE US street-carifkilo others are enjoying AN EARLY VISIT AND AVOID THE RUSH. the opera, tho social party, tho circus, lectures, a gamo ot cards, a turn on tho or marching with a political club, tho reporter is wrestling with a mass of cha-oti-o facts and endeavoring to get them into shape for you to read whilo you quietly dispatch your warm breakfast. Ho gek to bed at 8 o'clock in the morning, and, between the annoyances of flies, noisy chambermaids and pencils of sunlight boring into hk eyes, he docs well to get seven hours' sleep by tho coun-tr- y. timo ho is aroused at neon to get hk breakfast. At 2 o'clock ho reports at the ofllco and begins tho samo old round of duties. Is thk your idea of a free, untroubled lifo? Mckct-scllcrs M'ROBERTS&STAGG Will Display the Largest Stock HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Presents for Everybody! Albums, Writing Toilot Plush Mirrors, Plush Brush and Vasei. Sets. WVT0HE8ETWITH s, prayer-meeting- roller-skate- s H.O. RTJFLEY. I have received and am still receiv- ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley. tim smrsi-AVE- u It k ! "I Editor Smith, of tho Chicago Weekly ErprcM, k of tho opinion that " tho newspaper of tho future ought to be, and doubtless will bo, a sheet of moderate size, printed in plain typo of good size, on clean whito paper. Its pages will bo small, and it will bo folded, cut and stitched liko n mngazine. If it be a general newspaper it will bo devoted to matters of general interest, leaving tho details of markets, court reports, etc, to journals devoted to such specialties. It will contain no advertisements ; papers devoted to advertising as n specialty will bo circulated at a nominal cost. It will omit all of the petty and immoral nows which fills so much of tho space of tho doily press of tho present day . crimes, scandals, personalities and provincial items. Criminal and scandalous matters will bo monopolized by tho scavenger press, tho journals ot immorality. It will be fair and open and independent ; it will give a hearing to different opinions and to all enlightened thought. It will seek a reputation for ik ideas as well as for its nows. It will employ tho. ablost writers and thinkers of ik timo, and it will give pay adequate to attract such labor. Its greatness will bo measured by ik ability, moderation, truthfulness, (lecency and fairness, and not by ik sensations or ik size. And there aro many things it will not do. It will not blackmail any ono ; it will not wear tho livery ot Uio rich and tho powerful ; it will not bo a machine to gratify the personal likes and dislikes of ik owner ; it will put on no airs ot infallibility ; it will bo careful to libel no ono, and to make no mistakes; but ii it should fall into error it will bo eager to mako amends ; it will not boast or brag ot ik own achievements, nor will it in a petty war of depreciation upon ik rivals," en-ga- of run fCTUitr. W. H. HIGGINS, DEALER IN Hardware, Ires, Home Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, Nails, Quecusware, Buggy Whips, BHRgy Wheels, Sieves, Cane Mills, Harness, Spekcs, Grates, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, Rims, Stoneware, Ceru Shellcrs, Cellars, ' Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and Cast Pamps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof" ing and Qn.terinr will hare prompt attention. ' ii As HEADQUARTERS. Specialties yj head-quarte- rs ear beadles ladlcates, wo propose la tho future to ho for all goods lu eur IIho. Our are Groceries, Queenswaro, Hardware, Stoves, Wagon Material, &c. Wo hny from flrst bauds, luIarKoquaatltlcs and for spot cask, savins i.he discount. II you will ouly call and sco for' year-scl- f, wc will convince you that you can Imy goods CHEAPER thaa you ever bought Ihem la Staulord before aud as cheap as yen can buy auy where. BRIGHT t CURRAN. Pony ft mHstoi IPHARMACtSTS -- SXALHS I- H- Drags, Books, Stationery A WArrux editor found some stransro- looking looking bite of metal in tho street, and took them to a jewelry store to oscortoln what they were, Tho stuff turned out to be money. Peck' Sutu yfjjj rig. i. J ThjijtUaf and Fancy Articles. JEWELEilsfT preicilptlon, accurately compounled Aim rati MiamsstiTi TXIBVTAHZXS. mrttk axd its mm HsHBrBnSpx Beeia the Apampkloton tho MississinnI ri and its tributaries gives tho following statement ot tho mileage of tho navigable portion of each of tho following-name- d rivers above ik mouth s Mkaourf. a. I'm. Largest Stock of rYatcae, Clocks, Jewelry & Sllrerware Er,r broaihtlio UU uukii. Price Lor thin IB Clocks Jcwalrr paired on abort Dotlc aaJ.Wimutod. uj K. ad w Way Mrer-falliB- u us is leviag werd. bw jeopy. vr Mississippi, 2,101 ; Ohio, 1,021 ; Rod, 960; Arkansas, 881; "White, 770 J Cumberland, 000; Yellow-ston474 ; Ouacldta, 381 ; Wauask, 36JS; Allegheny, 32$ ; Outgo, 308 ; Miunesok, 295 ; Sunflower, 271 ; Hlinok, 270 ; Yazoo. 225: Black fArkA 112 : Or,n lwiPmBlsr a00; St. Frauds 180 ; Tallahatclile,'l75; Wisconsin. 100: Doer creek. 118: Ten. s. 112; Mourn icahela, 110 j Kentucky, 105; Bartholomew, 100) Kanawha, 940 Muskiugum, 84; Chippewa, 90 ; Iowa, 80 ; Big Hatchlo, 73 J St. Croix, 60 j Rock, ftB ; Black (La.), 61 ; Moooa, 60 J Bauf, 65 ; Wb Horn. CO : Cliatou. SO Little Red, 44; Big Cypres aad, Lake, Uig BUelc, as. Uin,.,ute, 38. .T4al number of rivers, thirty-thro- e : total rkht by Uktsc a aumber ef mile of navigation at weteat,--. Mwm9 ale? Feed .A.3STD SITIAIBIXmIEI! raieViejsrrEiss sonable. shop: M - 'r . nr Nice lot or Horses ana Fine Turnouts. Katee rea- ...j, - tt; Aad as Mpply it ia aay a,aaatity. GOAL! 15,710. i WMUiuaanijB M Snw-TOttMiittrirI- mm r emmr smrs. Two wM bred yaoke Henry sold la Madteon Mufci, Ky; W. P. WALT8M. BtBr IM WWK M W WwwWt If, 18 - The State TeaetteM' Association meets In EBITBft took kindly to ChrfstfaneVa null for her hind ami It wis a rgalsr cm of results DseewherwItH tbe Ms The Mr Mr een tired of her old torn-!- ( Mid leafed for she emirates of men nearer lie own Re. ThU longta the eon gratified and wu Indiscreet enough to further, knowledge of which cow go a of her indent lord, he at inf. to the eaea isstrtiited salt fordlrorce And obtained it. IMsgiaced and a castaway Tn from the society that she hsd enjoyed prerloui to her unnatural mintage, (he fled to Brooklyn where ihe has since eked oot a miserable existence, which ended a day or o ago In the miserable death of a raring maniac Toor woman, she cm refer sin aodeseap It ftarfal consequences. lews A mw Bry gfcl, Lll-H- jtn age, rT' J01" T" Lgbt1,hy name, am. Pea-M- fortoWrJlot a4 al tp en W M 1 I M Convention, trouble occured in the Seventh Ward, and fifty shot were fired. Three men were killed and several dangerously wounded. A portion of landed estate ofGc). P. Droan, deceased, amounting to about 350 acres, sold at Commlrsloner's sale for $11,- CMok & Co- - of the Altsmant coal 120. company, being the successful bidders. London Echo. Exposition Hall in Chicago will be partitioned off by the Republican Commit tee so that It will accommodate Ibrec thousand, instead of Gfteea thousand visitors. This is to avoid trouble in controll minute. Speaker Carlisle sara positively that ing the Convention. his naraeVlll not go before the Legislature To tht Pecplt of Lincoln Count. for U. 8. Senator. Perhaps this ia a result We desire to say a few things relative to of the understanding between him snd Joe the location and construction of the C, G. Blackburn, the latter hating performed his R.AN.R. R. through Lincoln county. part of the contract by getting out of the Stanford now occupies an enviable position contest for speaker. Thia is laid to leave before the business world. She has a popthe Senatorial race between Williams and ulation or 2,000 Inhabitant within her city Blackburn, but we hear that Col. T. Lovely limits and in her immediate vicinity, comJsaes, who has been doing Europe, ia now posed of aa moral.social, intelligent and enriding the billowy waves of the Atlantic, terprising citliens ss sre to be found in any steading to arrive in time to be at Frank- community within our grand old State. fort with the meeting of the legislature She enjoys educational facilities, and have rome say in the contest. He for her male and female schools will comwould probably make a belter Senator than pare favorably with any in any communieither of the other dlnlingoished gentle ty. Capitalists controllng large amounts of wealth have recently located in our midst, Thb Virginia Legislature bis pawed a whilst others of a like character are dally resolution asking Congress to pass a law seeking profitable inyettments in lands in providing for the unconditional ind im- the county, all of which is evidenced by mediate repeal of the internal revenue sys- the !are and Increased deposit accounts lo tem, which it claims is greatly injurious to the three different Banks located In oar t&epnblic fattiest, more especially to in county, amounting in the aggregate to that Bute. Thestme body has also passed a nearly $100,000; this large aurplus ebows joint resolalionlectsring that the settlement that trade amongst our cltixtm is in a of the 8tate debt question aa provided for healthy and prosperous condition, and that by the Biddleberger law, ia Goal, and call they are not slaves to the usurer. Our county debt is nominal and her few iag upon the bond holders to accept it as such. Mshone rode into power by advo- outstanding Bonds command the highest cating the repudiation of a Urge part of premium. Stanford occupies the front rank in a the debt and the democrats are anxious that the question .shall be relegated from commercial point of view; her merchants in their politics. and business men are all Tax republican renatorial caucus nomi- line; hence scores of commercial men visit nated Gen. Anson G. McCook. of New them weekly and make numerous aad heaYork, for Secretary; Charles W. Johnson, of vy sales, and at maturity realixe every cent Minneeeots, Chief Clerk; James R. Young, of Ihe debts thus contracted. Outside of of PennsylvaniaExecutive Clerk; Col. W. the large cities, no ether town of equal pop. ulatiou In Kentucky enjoys so large snd P. Caaaday, of North Carolina, Sergeant-at-AnaGraham's defeat for the Secretary, healthy a trade. You will be amaxed whn shift was a deadening blow to him and ful- we infirm you that her yearly Irade ly aa much so to Mahone, his great champi amounts to over $750,000 Stanford Junc on. Ice llltlo repuuiator realises every tion alone claiming $30,000 of this aggre gate. day tie foree of the old ada jr, "Oar tru Our Binks transact sn immense volume bles never comes singly." ' buaines; and Ihe officiate who have charge YtaTTKSDAT'l dailies contained a cable- of them reader general satisfaction to tb grass giving a full account of the hanging badness public, thereby showing that they oX Patrick O'Doonall. at 8 A.M. the same are popular, safe and discreet finaaceers, raornia in London, notwithstanding they With auch a large increase in our commer were probably printed at 3 o'clock,the differ cial and business matUrs, if this great pubsee in time enabling them, by rapid wcrk lic improvement were located and completoa both, sides of the oeean to do ai. O'Don ed throuzh our county aad oa to Nashville, sell met hk fate like a man and died glo would Ihere not be an Increase of a We know that we have a list of rying ia the fact that he had struck' one merchants, who sre wide awake to their mare blow for Ireland. and with their known energy they the Pulaski .. fRAWK Wouobd Staoel, certainly command a very large fiead, who was convicted of the murder oi would very region thro' men and was sentenced to be hanged, per cent of the trade from the three which the railway leads; snd our Banks, has had that sentence affiimed by the Court every dollar of the of Appeals. The day for his departure wis too, would command January 8th, the' tl e performance regular banking business from several of fixed for will sot lake place then, but on a subse- the Green River couatlea in the southwest, contiguous to the line. Now we wish to quent date to be fixed by Gov. Knott. impress It upon your mind that we have it Fjumk Jamm made out to raise sureties ia our power to capture this grtat.priie, for $3,000 bail, but just as he stepped forth and reap all the advantage resulting from from jail, a sheriff was oa hand to arrest the construction of such a Boble public im him on a chsrge of murder. The way of provemeat and which when completed will transgressors is hard, but it can't be made be a Grand Thtnk Lint. We have every, too hard to cover James' terrible career of thing jn our fayor, if wa will only use tts crime. proper exertions, beeaue weoeoupy the ItXTBAH, the figure head, who rueeeeded tniM point; it is ia our immedtato vleinlly, Ceakliog as U. 8 , Beeator, has Introduced vis, Stanford Juoetlon. Same of you remember the speech madj a bill conferring the right of suffrage upon by E. Zimmerman, President of the C, O, all peneaa over the age cf tweoty-on- e s R & N. R. R., to our people during his years, regardless of ex. He evidently first visit here, and subsequently, before our to long for a little cheap notoriety. honorable County Court. Said he, "Gentle-meThe Bute of South Carolina Is the only y thro' all we ask is the mm witheHt a divoree law aad the Legisyour county. If you think proper to make lature has just refused again to enact one. ties, gravel and any t aeoatribattea of stone, construction of a dea't iBfospatab'lity of temper-wo- ts thing necessary for the fellow gels a baj bargain ia a there. If a railway and money to purchase depot wife ha has to grin and endure it. ground, Ac , Ae. tbey. wll be accepted SruxHt Caxlwlx will announce t aad I tell you the money I ready lo build committees Friday. this railway as fast aa men aad mules can Cspt.0. B. Mason dj Co., hava co. make it " Never la the world' history proposition submitted to traeied to buIM W Bile or the atfM was a more liberal 'nuwtsig from Kraadeoburg via CloverpoVt, a magnanimous people. Aad now shall is forluoate ia seoMf we avail ourselvet of such a liberal propoia lk4 State. The wsgon lag tU i citable aad pusbiag firm to do Its sition? Now bear in mind that a dee act run woith a cent unless it is well work. J Doorkeeper Wintersmlth Ins sppeint greased." A soliciting committee for contributions cd J. W. Blackburn, of Frankfort, Ky , to pcettioa la the Folding Depiituient cf itnow acllni, composed of enterprising W.'G. Welch, Fxidatwiis pretty good day for the hangmen. They worked cfl fire at tarloua peiata in the United Stales ml if we are to believe the assertions el tbe Tietlme' them- mires, added fire more llltlo angehi to the hearenly hosts. A norel and pe'hapa an improreraent on the etrangling method of eitcotka occurred en the fame day at ScnilTTille, I. T. Leii James, a Cherokee Indian, waaahot for murder, in aeeardaio with the Cherokee law. Seated upon a blanket with the sheriff holding oie hand and a deputy the other; another deputy Handing Stealer away took deliberate aim at James' heart, with a colt's reTolrer and in 1cm than two minutes he was dead. The hanging process take from ten to fifteen The project of an experimental (arm in connection with Ihe agricultural college at Lexington, Ky., did not meet with rat favor at the Kentucky Grange, Just adjourned at Falmettlb. It ( nromlsed that the Cincinnati and Southeastern road will be compiled by Best Ml. There are seven btHHtrM 'me a employed m the line betweea Newport ed Ashland Ky. The Court of Appeal ha affirmed Hie and Champ the Adair county murderer, and they will pull hemp before miny more Bironi wax and wane. -S- enator Beck's bill dividing Kentucky Into twu Judicial Districts, will be opposed by numerously signed petitions. The purpose of the bill seemi to be to secure a Federal building for Lexington. There is a feeling all over our Congressional District that is favorable to the Hon. M". J. Durham, of our county, aa a candidate for the democratic nomination fjr Cbngreis next jear. Danville Advocate. At the prlraaiy election in Jew Or- - Lo.tatille the 27th. ' i Flit-patrlc- k, a Taaiter, . 8. 3vn, Josef Ifoekef and F. M. War. New don't wst for theea to oaM trpoei you, bat rally s0Hd aad around them snd give them your contribution, whatsver it may be; each and every one hafthesams interest! ttake. The committee ha but a abort time to act, for they are requested to make a repoil lo in ad -journed meeting la Stanford oa Saturday A.Tthe 221 last. Whenever this railway becomes a fixed fact, another company propose extending It from Nashville to Meridian, Mlsa. and then on to New Orleans; when thl Is done, we will hate a grand trunk line from the North to the 8outb, thereby giving an oat-legoods Is to the treat Southwest, California, Ore to Jew$150. Wo gon, Ac. The management of the L A N- 5 R.R.I evidently looking ahead ror the aiuI DIAMONDS And happening of some great contigency, ia oar vleialty, because they have erected at StanGoods GuArAnteed. ford Juaetton.and which ia nearly cemplet costing thousands of dollsrs ed, a depot it ia one of the finest dewt oa their whole line of railway and far in exces of their present wsnlr; tt i an honor to that flourishing corporation. But Mr. Huntington, the great railroad king, and who is backing President Zimmerman in his great enter-pilsquietly visited Stanford Junction and irave It and ita surroundings a careful examination and it was then given out through the Nashville papers that the location of the railway would bo commenced on Ihe Nashville end In January. Our route has the advantage over all others became it can be constructed for (250,000 lees than any other. We wonld urgo every one who feels any pride for the welfar of Stanford, snd the county, to put in their mite bow ever small it may be. With the completion of this ereat railway in our vicinity, A-iiy the sound of the hsmraer will be heard on -H-ineall sides and Stanford will soon boast of 5 having 10,000 inhabitants. At Stanford Junction there Is ample Consisting of the Fittest end Purest Fancy and Stick Candies, Orange, llananai, Lemons, Malaga Grapes, IUieiop, room for numerous manufacturing estabFigs, Date and Nuti of all kind. He also keeps always on hand Fresh lUltlmore Orders in the can and bulk, cheaper than can be bougt in the city. lishments; there ia sufficient wster for all nractical rurcoses. 8j look cut at sn early day for it and you will see a boom down TIIOS. METOALF. WALTER W. OWSLEY. there that is as certain to come to par as the son shine. We elccerely trust and believe that none will refuse to contribute lo secure this Im provement in our midst. Remember the Lord loveth a cheerful glier and so uo railroad corporations, too. D, W VMHteveer, and J Kmbry a Bright, 8iHl MeKlnney K,and L. at ATTENTION, EVERYBODY! Hoaclatoj: fm IMkl&my Present PENNY M'ALISTER'S Our stock of cents to t - elry, of complete in orory dopnrlmont; ranging in prices from our stock of Watches, would call special Attention QuAlity Silvorwaro. Prices Lower limn tho Lowest 4 e, READ THIS & BE WISE ! 0.ISr 33TT7ST tiling; and 12veiytliiiij? in tlie Confec- tionery MrERs FIRM:. -- OP 4 TV3EJTV fint-cla- first-cla- a f thuua-and-fol- df be-U- right-of-wa- 0. f DANHLL. BOHE COUNTY. John D. Goodloe, of Madi son, is here. Capt. 8. W.Boone, of the revenue who has been in Wayne county several weeks, returned on Friday. The will of Bettlo Taylor waa admitted to record in the County court on Monday. . W. Yerkes qualified as administrator ilh the will annexed. The estate is worth about $1,500, mostly cash. A colored man named Haywood Griffin brought the skin of a curious looking animal to town Monday. It was perfectly white and resembled the skin of a fox save Ihst it had not a bushy tail. Mr. James S. Chrisman, Circuit Court Clerk, left on Monday evening, for Lees burg, in Southern Fiorids,, where he has valuable orange grove Interests; he will be absent between two and three weeks. Mr. Barnev Crasson. the well known stock man of Philadelphia, and Messrs N. H. Rowland and W. T. Woodcock, of Lex ington, also extensive dealers in horses, were at the Clemens Reuse Saturday and Monday. The opera house ia now about havinE been thoroughly painted and mncred and otherwise beautified. A com pany from tne Bijou Theatre, Cioclonali, rill commence an engagement en the nlghl f lha 24th aad continue several days. rtu Cirrfe Stuart Is the star. Oas of the director! of the D. A D. As ylum, located here, informs your correspon-den- t that the care of 131 deaf mute doe not cost the State $67,011 or $500 apiece. The new and much needed building coat iK. sn- -, referred to and a little more. The error firat arose through the carelessness of a correspondent of a Cincin natl piper wbo got things a little mixed. -- non. A. Gallatin Talbotl, member elect of the next Legislature from this county, who basbeea prominently mentioned for Speaker of the House is also a for the democratic nomination for congress, to auceeed non. P. B. Thompson. This, your correspondent got directly fiom Mr. Talbotl, and the signification of it is, thst from this time on, the contest is to be a lively one: Mr. Talbotl served in congree in ante bellum days and made a good member snd he Is bow as full of life and energy as he ever was. The first trisl of Captain A. 8. reipeaUble a gea-ti- e the drawl. as Uvea or ever did live in Boyle county, charged with selling a person earned Webb a half pint of , whisky, reeulled in a a huog Jury, owing probably to the refusal of the Police Judge to give Ihe same Instruction a the Circuit Court Judge gave In a precUely imllr cue. The refusat, if proper, should be accepted aa aa Indication that Judge T. P. Young understand the Uw than Judie M. II. Owsley. The second trial was adjourned from 8turdy until Tuesdsy when the arguments win w m.,io iniii.tiirT. It should certainly be a matter of regret that fanaticism should be so rampial in Danvlll or anywhere else a to Sodaee say maa or set of men, wbo know A. S. McGrorty to rend to Cincloaa-t- l for a negro and aa unknown white man to swear money out of the pocket of sueh acillseo, They want Capt. McUrorty to pay $100 for selling Webb the ball pint 01 wbUky.whenbehMbeeu selling la Da-Titlmedl-cin- e wines and liquor and other druggists for forty years, kept by all without anyone queslloalrg hi entire ngni ' to do so. Ex-Judcom-rdstey, METCALF & OWSLEY I Dealers Is Staple and Fancy Groceries, Foreign Fruits, Queensware, Glassware, Wood and Willowware, Tinware, &c We make a specialty of Canned Goods of Every Variety. Don't forget to call on us during the Holidays for Rais- ons, Prunes, Currants, Citron, Extracts, Oranges, nannas and Every Variety of French and Plain Candies. We will take pleasure in showing you goods and will give you the very lowest prices. Come and see us. Very respectfully, METCALF & OWSLEY. Lemons, Cocoanuts, Malaga Grapes, Ba-- -- nviY TOYS CHRISTMAS TRIX CSfronor-ally,- - Fancy Candies, All Kinds of -- Which I Will- - ltir OPEN TOMORROW f "7Vec3Lin.ea.o,3ra m mmwMmm ' & ill 1 Huura y JEii I JLi AlWiALm.ML IMf JLM a-5 .aaaaaaaaat 1 JLU raal aaT 1 CORNER MAIN AMD SOMERSET STREETS, STANFORD, KY. e, T B. WALTON, ftp& I I W. VOLUME Stitti-Mttkl- fi j X.-NUMBER ' " 510. Railroad Muling. '"" " " lUfeflJlf loitfiial 1883. 3 207. STANFORD, K.Y., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 18, MT. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER $Hltrfor3ournaI l&rterand'refnithr rurauanl to notice, the JUIIroad Court-Home MtNON DEPARTMENT. Com P.WAL19H, Turnlnyt ami JYfrfni, ita.oo When paid ran annum. Irltllr In aJraof. If w hate to vail toy time, 93.00 will U charted. Tl 18 AOAIN Sad fata of a Mathtr, There a claa of pcriant who roam off r tha land, known ia Ih slang phrase of the day a mnAert, and who ar not Inipll deWith the Finest Lino of ter lbrd It ft cltlseo of our count m " gay Ufctlrer, a high conloglutor on (he work. of nator b4 a educr of female InRo etecc." We ara Informed upon rallabl autbarltr, tbtt t Jwlr drummer from tha M4UUhBieflt of Zin man A Bro, of IH.llidth.liL, Pa., named Charts Halle who visit Uarrodaborg lo hi commercial toora, l ft mother, hating boatttd frequent of hi uamlou capacity In omeomlng the conscientious icruplea of rcpeclable Common rural btautlrs. &c. Kstxclallr waa ttile lb case In lb town olOraTson, Kt. IIo ex How Immkirants ark to Come. Tbe pressed delre to bar a lloton wUh tone agent of ft New York syndicate ha recent rwprcUble girl ia town he riilteJ lo ly bought 20,000 acre of land near Stan-forthta Slate. The faet being known to one Kentucky, The land purchased ia to Hftfl bis Headquarters hero and has Everj Variety of Toy or our young genlkraen, he adwtlatd In to Gladden tho be resold in iraall farma to actual settler. the personal column of aCineianali paper Hearts of tho Children. Go to see him. The term of payment are to be esay. a a lau; iron iiarrodaburg desiring ft gen There ia hope of emigration in thia plan Neman correspondent, lulls, the tnuher, and It ia probably the only plan that can answered ihe ml. and ft lengthy and Jorlng atart aettlen toward the' South. Such eerreepondenee between the partira earned. largecolonica will turn the tide thla way. Ilit photograph of a stranger, beautiful and after awhile people wilt come to the girl waa aent lo Ilalle aa the llkencaa of Southern State in aingle families, a they the name assumed by He lor In "Mir," now go to Dakota and Nebraaka.-Atla- nti hta correspondence, and Ilalle aent hla pic r. M. Conitllutionj ture In return, which la a correct llkeneat At a North Carolina wedding aix pistol me following committee waa of the rather good looking young Jew. ehota were fired within the apace of minThe maaAer litrirtA to presenilis Mary raited to vialt Cincienatl and lay the prop- ute. The beat man wai kilted and one of with a haadaome gold ring, and aent by oellion ot the Tiiiteea of the town of Stan the groomsmen mortally wounded. Aa tbe mall four really valuable rings from which ford, and of the cilixea of Lincoln coooly, happy couple were leaving tbe church the one waa to be selected, and on hla Wl to beiore h Zimmerman. Preeideat of the C. bride handed one cf the uaher a piece of HirdwbafaactlMf,,abd nag, waa to G. 11 & N. It. II , touching the location of paper and whlapered: "Soe the reporter be added aa 'a token of hla true devotion. the aame through Llnoln county, vlx: at onse; give them thla deacription of my Jno. Sim Owaler. He failed to put la hla appearance oa Sat D. W. Vandeveer, !. I it dress; say tbe bride behaved like a heroT. W. Va'rnoo, urdar eight latt, but be wrote to Mary W. (1. Welch, ine, and be aura and gel pa' nam spelled J. A. Harrle, that be would be at the Commercial Houie B. 0. Warren, By laying in a Full Stock of right." W.H.Miller, -- ia on Wednesday nigbt on the nlbe o'clock W. P. Walton, II. Matlingly, A bushel of timothy contains 55,000,000 train, and that ahe muat appoint ft time C II. Itocbeiter, ' GccaiunitoAL Cubimitim. We men. John M. Ileid, and place of Mediae 7arid notify him by G. A. Lackey, tloned tbe fact on Thnrsday that a pereon seed; the cockroich haa 3,000 teeth; there Sam'I.J.-Embrnote left at the hotel, Mary, the boy, left Monroe Hmllh, . could ao aland in Port Jervie. it. Y. that are 400,000 molecules in an ant' brain; a H.J.Darat, the note aa directed, and appointed Ihe up Dr. C. Fowler, anatomical part; one foot would be in New York, the other feather haa ' G. ir.McKinney, per teralnua of the plank walk, oa Dan S. II. Ilaugbman, pin are male in England every in t'enniylvania, and with hia hand he John O. Neat, rille etretl, aa Ihe tryatlag place. Aa It Foreatua Ileid, couiareacn new Jersey. A gentleman of year; but no one Lai yet eatimated tbe Dr. 8.0. Hocker, alia read thlt note,, hla pule beat wild in W.A. Himllton, thia city gives ua a better item than the number of bills that will be IntroJuced in K. L Tanner, an excene of delight, and on the winta of F. M. Ware, above. He aaya that at on point in tbe Congrew thla reeaion. J. M. llmwne, love he fairly flw to the place assigned, D RJonrf, And Every Other Articlo usually kept in a First Clajs Grocery Store, Connecticut river, where the eaalern ahore A Vermont editor In publishing, one of M. L. Richarda, where be waa to meet bla inamorata Cicero lteynolda ii in New Hampihire and the western shore Byron' poem changed aieei me wants ot tno season, he has also Opened Out a the word, Oh, MvJorJonea, Tboa.Jaaper, KeachtBg the point named, he met a color-ea- t in Vermont, one may ao place hla fool that godtr'to,,Ob,goi.b!" became the former General Assortment oi Jaa. J. McKInaey, a part girl and affectionately approached her Joaeph Hocker, ofit will be in two State and four waa too profane for hia readers. Dr. Oreen Moore Col. Ilibh. He dralred to know If abe waa bit darling townt,ix: The State of Vermont and K. II Durmlde, M. C. l'ortman, Mary. Immediately two oung men Buckien't Arnica Saltt. New Hampshire and the lowna of Fairlee M. D. Elmore, Tbs (Testest medical wonder of th worlj. him and demanded lo know if hla MCSaufley, andThetford in the former, and Lyme and - Jno. 8,Murpby., to ipssdllr curs liana, Bruises, Cats, name waa Italic. asawered affirmative. Dr.Ed.Eetee, V Oxford in Ihe fatter. If any one can give Jno. M.Hall. Stt Itbeun, Fever Sort, Caocsra, Plies, Which he will dispose ot at Bottom Figures for Cash. Come right alonp-anly, wben one of the jrounj men drew hla uaany geographtctl fcu of a similar char-acl- Cbllblalni, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Manila and all All of whom are urgently requested to Supply Yourself. piatol and demanded to know what hla ia more remarkable we shall be pleased akin er option i, f uaraoteei to cure In every visit rTinflntiiilt mt Iia .IM. or mooer refundrd. A positive cut lor tentloca were In miking an aalgnatlon at to chronicle them. Lowell, M.ve. Mall. PIIm. tie per box. For ial bj Fennr & that hour and place lo meet Li al.ler Ma- due notice will be gtvenlbrouh the IktV-Tim Oldest American NEwsrArta. ry. The Jew attempted to draw hla pltlol ntOR JocRKAL, for the purpose above men D. W, Vandbvkb, Chm. The Hartford Oaurant ha just entered up but he aaw the drop waa on him and he tloned. An Answer Wanted. G, II. MoKwxey, Sec'y. on in year. It baa been regularly quletlr eurrendered hia weapon. At ibia Can any oa bring u a caae cf Kidney or Uvcr published, with change of name, since the Complaint that Klectilc Bitter will not iprtdlly Renting Farm. point two olhrr young men came up and Of all that apperlalna to agricultural 2thofOctobert17CLandwiihoutlnterrup. cunt Wa say thrr can soti aa Ibonaanda of Inquire! !hecatieof b difficulty, and upalready permanently cured and who are dally reo on being informed, their iadlgnalion boiled matter that of renting farma la tbe moat lion except for a few weekadurlnir the rev. oramsadlnf "QFectrto Clltera, will prove,- Brtgbfa olutlon, whin a scarcity of paper compelled DlKaie, Plabatss, 'eak In a kind of 'double, double, toll aud unaatiifaclory. In 09 caaea out of up Back, or any urinary both the landlord and Ihe one who aauapenilon for a tw weeka. The Cburanl complaint qulcklr cured. They purify the blood, trouble " atyle with the ' fire boom and reg ulata tb Lowell and act directly on tbe dlrcas-cauldron bubble" anger of tha Indignant renla the land are not aati.Bed with the re- bellevee that thla loe waa made good to Hasn't got any Toys, but if you want to get yourself a parts. Everr bottle guaranteed. For aals at aad outraged feral bar. By thle time Ilalle mit. It matter not how good condition a aubecrlben at (he time, by extending their S Co a bottle bj Psnnr A JlcAlItter.. term of eubniriptlon, but It kindly oiler to waa thoroughly frightened and offered to farm be lo, ft jeai or two of rentisg will do anything to gel out of the difficulty. have deitroyed ita productiveness Tbe make any reparation necessary If any of it I-iilliSaLle-vThe young men then look him up into the tenant may be the very beat kind of ft far- aggrieved reader at Ihe time will now call Come right along and examine hia stock of King burnt lot lo apologixe to Mary, which mer, the reeult will be the tame. It ia ft at the office. fEt. Aa tb Executor of Thoinae C. number, deed., I he did In the mcjI abject manner. The klndef Jaw'of nature that renting of farma At8hepherdville, Ky Geo. Menifee will eapote for aale at puUlo outcry tuCrabOicb. pretended brother lad hla frlenda were not ia ueproUtable to the owner aa well m to colored, died a horrible death. Some daya aru, &f., on -aalii&ed with this, and aa tbe Harrodaburg tbe oiftupe. In Journeying through Ihe aince he purchased a woolen ahlrt dyed red MONDAY, DECEMBER SI, 'S3 Spriog'a take ia in convenient proximity to rural dlatricta, farm that la rented can and green, and worked in it. Hia body be- A fine Farniof 220 Acer, altuated the King property, they lied a rope under alwayabe eetected from llioe which are gan itching, and hia wife bathed bim with IHmllM Kait of Crab Orchard, on tba Mu Verne n ruaJ. large He can Save You Money on every artitclo of the kind. blVaim aadfcur tUifwl aim eeUed him worked by tbe owner. The dilapidated mackerel brine, but he continued to grow of lb known ai Ih Walla lariu. A bottom. portion land la productive river Oa It there la a good two Korj tram dwclliog and good byeaeh armband legTri! unea' edge itate oi the uulldinga, the broken gate. worw, the fleib aloughing off hi back and Inipioremnntaout. of Ihe lake, and ewitsglcg him buck and Ihe tumble-dow- n feucei, tbe mammoth crop arm, and life pawed finally, from a mas of Allheaanis lima and tlace. I will alao aril a forth, hurled bim to the middle of tbe lake oi weed, tbe unlliiirty general appearance living corruption, No physician waa call- tract of about 110 Acreii,iliuateiot mil boulhof Uenley uraourcnard, being Miu bougbt htlra, and well timbered. and then alowlydrew,lilin ashore "a desid, tbealrof deaolatlon and destruction, are ed, and partle who aaw Ihe body are dividTaausi-third cub, balance In ono and two damp, moift, UnplesMnl body," Thus ae all too flagrant not ti be o beer red. Tbe ed In opinion ai to whether he died from ycara, equal iniiaumrn;, wua interest irotn aale, having ih force aid effect ot a Judgment and Urn the amoroua ardcr of the maahrr cooled. rented farm ia free to be plucked in every dye poUon or ieproiy, retained on tho land for tbe nurchaae moner. Par. eona wlahlog to bur will call on U. W. Jauea at Thua waa he taught that Hanodaburg poaaible manner. It ia like Ibe poor boy "So you've come to ak the hand of my Crab Orchard, or lujaelfat Fanner, National Bank guarda ihe virtue of her women aaahe doea at tbe frolic, it haa no frlenda. In plowlog u. Ml. IITvffv 1 HUSTONVILLE, daughter!" "I adore her," exclaimed tbe oi ciruuro. txecutor TC. Ilumber, deep the honor of ber men, ind in the fate of the object ia lo "cut and cover." Tbe youth rapturouily. "My, life would be Lirery, Feed, Training and Sale Stables. Special attention givon Commerthia young, man the Immorality and impro whole object, too ii to recur tbe utmoat like a eand barren without her." "Bless cial Travelers and the general traveling public Has One line of Turnout! priety or anewenng- newapapar aiver'.le drain on the toll get everything off with-o- you," said the old man. "I regard thia aa returning any of the ferllllxera necea-tar- y menta for correspondent, will be forcibly and Fast Hones. nothiog leai than providential. You can OF Til a to make it productive. No, if a man impressed upon the Blind of young have her if you want to and don't haa a farm and he can not work It bimielf, who have tbe aeme, Integrity and FORT FARM. postpone it later than Saturday. I am go- LOGAN'S to deiire to do right and avotd wrong. he had better lat it remain iJle rather than to fail next week, and it' aa much a I can hunnius or stam-obp- , kt. rent it. We can apeak undentandingly on Enterprise. do to look after tbe rest of the family." thla matter. We have tried It W will sell at public auction to th hlgbeat bidFarm, The impassioned Tain Ntutlntl High. youth, walked forth beder, on Herd and Home. Tbe NtnjJtTklkrMHjr. JJndtt Ihe neath the atari; but he never came back NHturilHj". December SO, 1883. "The cherry," aaya a writer for lbs Amer- again. republican rule tbe taxea are needlessly Tha above Farm, containing about 303 Acre. hlgh;.tby(areaIevled1la HUSTONVILLE, ft umbroAM and ican Confrn, "la tbe only fruit tree which I In the U.S. Court at Covington, laat i. wiuueuraioHereiiiQ aia aiorreni parcele, lat, a Lot containing about a Acre, ulng at tbe N ortbeait corner of the Avenue bnln.g oppreaaive raaanci; tbey are made year af- can recommend for thade. The trample of week, n men were sentenced to to realdioe and on lb Danville pUe.aod run. (Successor to F. S. Kauffman,) makes a specialty of Hand-madHarnesaji ter year to, produce an enormou aurplu atork injure all otkeri, but haa no effect on pay fine of $100 each, and Imprisoned from clog with aald pike North and back froiaaali and the Celebrated Ameson Saddle. Full stock of Saddles, Whips, iw.euH toiniBo lat revenue over which lobbylata and jobbera Ihe hardier cherries. They can alao be 30 to 00 days, for manufacturing the oil of niinedlatelr North irora o io e I.Acres, zj, a n.n. Lair of Lat No. frontlnv.tn Robes, Ac, Ac. wrangle, Under tbe specious plea of "pro- planted along roadway and patha where Joy by tbe light of tbe cold, allvwj, placid villa bike aiid running un in nl.nfc divUlon fence b.tweeu dowtrotCara B. Helm, tection to home Industry" the tariff liwi the pawing of vehicle and animal would moon, ia me monataiM of Eastern Ken Lot No. 3 conlalna about 70 Acrca, fronting on th lwftDeenfto arranged, (Ut by their effret prove lojurioui to other tree. The or lucky, aad forgetting lo pay tbe licease on and Juholi. Murphj. No. , alwut W Acreaof lhabouth al.leofrallroal. running up to the "rfca are 'made richer and the poor, chardlet will find tbi quality of cherry theaatte. Many of them were wrapt in Landon or a street the town and aald aueulbU poorer. General induatry baa been crush-e- d quite valuable and Important, for he can brown (eana and deep meditation, and wore atreet. No. 8. about 10 eaalir liumrdlatelrbr oppo- Acre .lla k l'.rvl ft.fi an.l l. Ih. II...I... TIIC IXTEUIOn JOVRNAI and proJuctiou paralyxed by regulatioua plant it along Ihe drive between hia or- their hair banged a la wild cat, No. Ccootalna about) Acrca. loclud. Bourbon vllleplk Ing a large and eicellot dwelling-housdura tod which atupidly close forelgu marketa chard." STR.1M JOB OFFICE riewa. ouiwum, an on me jtorin side or railroad, ez. cept " agajnit our manufacturer; but the The Heuderion Reporter "IIOBjQst'ft Choice." The explanation side about I Acre, Including the avrlnz on South IesB )V)ryKtHdefrrlu(iuKHt Harrod. of said rjllroad. Tbe l.od will then be offeree'plnillete'made'KCureagalnit burg I "in the Iiluegraaa country famed of the proverbial saying about ed ai whole, rreervlng "Hobton'a acceptaeither IItbe vendora It Ii aeldoia lb right to dor noue. auch a farm In the home maiket by the Cliy prlees. for iU heallhineaa." Yea, (here were only choice" I given by Steele la The Specta. can trebougui-- iu son, water and eligibility of loe tariff, Impudently and openly twenty-aeremurder caiea on the Mercer tor, No. 609. Hobeon kept a livery aUble, cation unaurpaaaed. W. !? WATaTOX, ra.h) Ik- - hil.iuu TlaMIOraaLIC to atop production, and at frequent la county docket laat term, and it la admitted hi atalU being arranged one behind anoth In aad 11 uoolha. nolea negotiable and lujable lU bank- - With tevabj throw their workmen out of em that if the murdered NUt. tnlr.t. !t.n partiei bad got their er, counting from Ibe door: each customer on land Title perfect. Land sold br lb sere sod ploymeatla order lo create an artificial gum out quicker they would be alive yet. wa obliged suirevedaflerward lo purchaaers. Tbs aale will to take (he Lorae which take .lai-- at 10K o'clock A u. at the. dwelling, icarcity aad tbua compel tbe public to pay Oh, tbe mercer climate ii all right but It beuaeoa th pnailee. and tbe stall neareat the door, be sold aoue good Cattle, at lb laiuoMlm will JI Ibe high prlcea Ihey ckooee to demand for gunpowder i very exploalve.-rLouIav- llle auiocg tbeut twe this chance fashion of aarvleg being alao aouie good Uarkablre Hoci. their gooda. commercial. .JtJt4. KUfHHUTKIt, thought to secure perfect impartiality. I CLJ.HA. HKLM, 1 1 try mittee and a number of tbe clllxefiaof Lin coln county, met at the in Stanford, on Saturday, Ihe 15lh, at 2 p it., I) . vacdeveer, chairman of tbe Committee, called the mealing lo order. On motion, Col. Thoe. W, Varoon and It, C, Warren, Dora , were appointed h comratllee lo draft a bill leetlltlni the action of the Lincoln County Cocrt in exempting the Cincinnati, Oreen lllver and Nashville II. It., from county taxea or levy for Ihlrly year-- , and alio to Draft a Hill to authorix the Mayor and Truateea of the town of Stanford, to laaue Honda to the ex tent of 11,000 to aid In Ihe purrhaae of depot grounda, etc, at 8tnford Junction aad to place the bill aforeeatd before Ihe Legislature of Kentucky aad urge their paaeage at Ihe earlleat moment. Oa motion Col. W. O. Welch, Henry 0 Ilrlght and Samuel J. Kmbry were ap' o!nled a committee to loliclt contrlba-tlufrom Ihe ctltiineVf Stanford and vi cinlty in aid of Ihe project above named, and atao to lay the matter before tbe Heard of Tructeta of Ihe town of Staafoid and urge their immediate action for a contribu lion of $1,000 K. L. Tanner, F. M.Ware, Joaeph Heck hum, o. jone, r.ira, were appointed n committee at McKlnaey, to aolicit contri butiona to aid In tba purchaae of depot grounda, tlea Ao , for that place or vicinity. It waa alao moved that the two laat com- mlttee be urgently requeited to complete llieir lauorf, ao that Ihey can make a full and complete report to an odjourned meet ing to be held at tbe Court iiou.o in Stan ford, on Saturday, the 2JJ lnt , at I o'clock Msnafti kJthn B. fith, There we a flight fall of "the btautl- tart alght. fill" Mr. C. A. Redd and family have mov ed to Ihe farm recently purchaed by Mr. Kedd near Urab Orchard. We aie aorry to lose him from our county. He ia almoat a well known in that neighborhood aa in tbi and needa bo recommendation. Saturday morning, the lime act for the examining trial of J. Knox Polk for kill. Ing Martin 0eni. came in with a clear iky and a cold wind. People bean to pour In town at aq early hour and by noon there we at large a crowd aa ever attended a (rial in Mt. Vernon. The care waa called promptly at 1 o'clock by J. B. Iyear, Judge' The wllne-wehaving been called it wai found that fire for the were abient. The oodnly attorney men aaaed lor a further continuance of the caae and the Judge agreed to osntlnue unlll Monday, aa the wllneasei had all been eummoned. The psalponement until not later than Monday did not euit the county attorney and fat co counael. The altorneya noio lor tbe derenie and Ihe proaecullon hadabriefconiultation. after which Sam Burdett, an attorney for the defendant.aroae andatated that "In view of the fact that It waa Impomible to eay wben the Common. wealth would be ready for trial and aa the Circuit Court would convene in lesa than a month, the defendant, who had voluntarl. ly eurrendered himself and come hence to demand an Invalidation, waa willing, If he could not have an Immediate trial, to walr. aa examination and give bond for hi appearance at the Circuit Court in the aum of $2,600." Thla projoalllon the coun. ty attorney acceeded to aad Polk then exe. cuied bond in tbe amount named, with 0. J. Polk, Wm. II. Polk, W. L. Brown and Dr. M.Tabler a hi recurltle, and wai discharged from caitody. Whin Mr. Polk waa dlcharged it wa feared that there would be trouble, but wiie counatli pre- vmeu ana in crowd duperaed in s quiet, peiceable manner. Polk and hi friend went to Harrodaburg Saturday night. Dr. xaoier remained In town until Sunday evening. e Admitting Entirpnte. "Mose," anld Mra. Schaumberg to her spouse, "you ahule have read de advertisement vol Isaac luf got oud. He have more plxxene enterbrlne vol you haf got." "How you make dot oud, Itepeca?" replied Mow. SVy, Isaac' advertisement reata, 'not only mutt mine gooU pe aolt rite avay quick, but dem athore fixtures will haf to pe moofed oud py der 3J of Shanntary.,' "Dot' nodding, Hepcca, dot' noddlnga at all to my new advertisement. You dond could have rest all ur mine cart, eh? Decart In de piper voi In your name, und Itreati: 'I, Repeca Schaumberg, vill sell, orglf it avay aide lowest everydlngtin mine former huabandl'e athore, athi haf died mil alarvatton for selling ding so aheap, un I I mua de funeral oxpeosei ride avay bay oop.' Vat you dlnka now, Repeca? How high am dot for enterbrlseT" "Acbl mine Moiea. How coult I haf auch a boor obinion mate ob you a dot. Und (till I cannot aee vol geepa you ao long dot legislature oud." brl-ce- a, G. F. PEACOCK, Hustonville, Ky, READY FOR CHRISTMAS, Musical Instruments, Jewelry, Clocks, Watches, Majolicaware, Fine Toilet Sets, Fancy Paperterim. in Endless Variety, French and Candies, Fancy Groceries, SjHSTT-A- . GLAUS ' Hustonville, Has Specially Prepared tor Christmas, J. IN. COOK, Fancy Groceries, Hardware, 1: Glassware, Queensware, Meat and Lard, lo .1 le CHRISTMAS GOODS, Ul-ea- r. d ul.. i-- ca-e- s W. R. WILLIAMS, Hustonville. d c A CHRISTMAS GIFT, - Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Flows, Blua-ara- a. Agricultural Machinery and Implements. to 'a Oo G. M. GIVENS, D. C ALIEN ! e -- ut Public Sale n par-ao- vir-tu- re lu sixty-seve- lead-to- JA.-ti- I rA-.- "pro-kctcd- n hti I aaaBeilK com-bia- q POP. tr a; JJ.O.lJ(Sw K4-J- J. a ! 3H53WK2raraCH!2l!BL2f3?WlM39,! jM-VSttUilidftiirliv- POLLUTMD A IK. FZKASAtfTMIMB. f u K L. i b ft V, t i .1 Tub EagMeh sparrow Havo I drivOnagery.) r en aM the other bird Irom thk town f breathing slawta WoM, 1 should twitter. " PMsw.tr 18, 1883 'Freeh, pmo fetf-fMMfcrd, If.,- in tho front rank of tho cond&Uus of Said tho General to tho Major, " What IWo and healtli. And, untottnaately, EBITBR -k your rank, sk " and the Major reIT. A WtLTBM. thk condition is tho 0110 most frequent- plied, nm a Major, General." ly and mod fatally violated by aK claeecfl Wnr tnonrs fir Oritur hit 1nghler Urt of society. Food, drink and cxercko LiaitTXTxa-noD- S. On fMhtooV KrtrU v fliht Vm, And tty wr " 014 OrlniM'i cot I," MrnnmrimH Xitrrou f TAHr VnStorir aro required only at intervals, and may, All Imtkmnl down txhlsd Vm. in caso of need, bo dispensed with for Abaul AgtnH, to eat?" Traiap "BoMXTima Taj of a days together ; but breathing nmet be In New York Sub. J It bM constant, through every minute of We, "Tcs'm. But I don't want no quail, "The hm ol HglitaiBg-rtxI- s steHly ever ince Fraaklin by night and day. Loaded thefh H 'caueo it's liecn awful hard with 'cm this their Baeitilaess. There we be with dtHt aad dirt, wita fcml and winter, and thoy havo had to toed ou all ieV tkeo latgo factories, ia rWJaiW-"f&t- deadly gases, with'miosma and germs of sorts of piscn berries." Ckicftgo and St, Louis, wlilcli disease, tho air must bo received into A wim father to his son "Now, JMkke nil sorts of rods, ftBil there mo an the tongs. Volumes bavo been written John, I do not object to your being a to provo and enforce tho truth that puro fool and an idiot. Bo a fool and an idiot ahaeei infinite tmrafcer of smaller Wo mannfacturo n Rrcat tlcal for ahr is life and health, and that foul air is if you want to, but what I do not wish Sfaueo, South America and tho West disease and death ; but still wo sin, and yoa to do is to let otorybody know it." ladies. Ia tho latter ooruitry they want suffer for our sin, against thk truth. A om-ttiitamp ror s flrraUIr, 1fca best I kvo had to furnish for A lunp for newpPl. it bo known (hat no school-rooA thtfe-niUnip for s Hiltil btulr. u points or occupied, as k now tho custom, by tho tmse An UckM on Mm right rorntlre iips, heavily plated with platinum, which whole school, during all tho school Lie, Worn , lick with cirf, oast $50 each. All tho tips aro Oa Um hours, can bo sufficiently vontilaicd to 1 tlif, not TrjwbIlT, Cole? rou lh foVtisMtalr to be iraintod with platinum or mnko it entirely berdtliful. Lot any To tutke thing, bot trnl cum inJ twilr l, but Tery often they are physiologist bo asked to mako tho com"With neatness," horemarkoJ, as ho amply bras, or covered with n yollow pulation of tho air needed, and ho must ltob-slc" and diswash that ia tho sort which the confirm thk statement. From tho mo- shot down hill on a often sell. Good ordinary ment tho children are assembled tho air patch," ho groaucd tho next day, pointstrip of court-plaston aips are worth, manufacturer' prices, ot tho school-roobegins to deterio- ing to n 81 to $2 each ; iron rods about 8 cents rate ; and; sinco 'no system ot ventila- hk nasal appondngo and classical foreper foot ; copper rods from 0 toiOccnts; tion sweeps tho wholo body of impure head. A totoo lady and her father were issalators, or trimmings, at tho rate of air out at once, tho best it can. do is to from 1 1 to 2 cents up t- - 15 cents per keep tho mixtnro from becoming as bad looking at a druggist, who was very feet on tho length of rod employed. as possible. nicely balancing the ilehcnto ltttlo scales "Wo do not send any lightning-rod- s to Tho first rulo should bo to uso tho on which tho prescription was being .Sorope. Tho building minimum of confinement for each pupil. weighed. " How prcciso I how flno I in Now York, I think, is tho new Union Tho second should bo to keep tho fewest how littlo 1" said tho girL " Yes," said Xeaguo Club House. Tho chnrches oi possible seated at their studies in tho tho father, " but ho will not do so with and St. Bernard aro also well tamo room. Every pupil that can bo thebai" redded. Tho Cooper Institute is well trusted to study his lesson elsewhere Ik Um rprlni Ux mtldcn! f oc7 Tnrni to thought of mtUnf htj which should bo advised to visit tho schoolapplied with lightning-rods- , With a matrimonUl Tl.w tho were intelligently provided for in the room at lesson times only ; and, instead nirUtti much trnl pla;t croqact; original construction of the building by of tho foolish ambition to keep every Bat tho joun nun dor not tnmUo, And, with rntrcemrj vtw, ifee asking of a small from teat filled, let it be sought to havo as II eontldcri that It'a cneiptr fiwroof to tho ground, iasido of tho many vacant seats as may bo possible To pjr Uxrd for on than two. edifice near where the elevator now is without remitting any of the teaching. "Mr love for you is liko that glow thrwgh which they run down. Tho It k not, however, in crowded parlors, ing fire," said Adolphus, as ho blinked d privato residenco I know of lecture hoik and schools ia that of Sir. Moses Taylor, nt Elberon, slone that impure air k to bo feared. at the burning anthracite and then at sear Iiong Branch. It was a good thing In all honses bad air can be found. tho object of hk affections. " What a far both tho public and tho lightning-zedxae- a Dust and moldy damp haunt the rooms grato full," she murmured, and the when the discovery was made reserved for special occasions, while spark got quito warm trying to think tfaat lightning always west for angles those in daily uso are saturated with how she spelled the sentence. In the Benato Chamber at Washing-ton- , aed sharp projections ot buildings, bo the breath, smoke, steam and gases tho Chaplain offered tho Lord's thai rods wcro required at each corner from all the household lifo and work. tho house, really safe. What And frequently the sourcoof corruption prayer. When ho had finished, Dool-rae- y toaako leaned over to Josonby, and rewkh. circuits, four ground connections, is found in tho vejxsoil which the houso addivl tips, etc., tho bill for rodding a covers. Thk is especially tho caso with marked: " He sto!o that prayer, and 111 ought to bo satisfactory to tho thoso houses built in our proirio towns, bet a ' boodlo ' on it, for I heard tho who makes it out, and tho results where, without removing a foot of the samo idoas expressed in Eureka at a fuesght to satisfy the man who pays it, soil, or opening a foot of drainage, the neral over two years ago." man came down to house k set upon a few low posts, and ADotcruax in Albany went out to "A lightning-roTJaele JJan'l Drew once, with a noto then boarded around to prevent the cold hk milkman in the street with a dish in freea some professor at tho theological winds getting under tho floor. In the each hand, instead of ono as usual. The eego that ho was interested in, winter it k not uncommon to bank it dispenser of attenuated milk asked him that the college should be with straw or even with born-yar- d litter. if he wished to fill both vessek 1 The ' What will it cost asked Dncle The mass beneath, in tho Dutchman replied, Baiting the action to cannot say positively,' said dark and damp, nnvisited by tun or tho word, "D.'s k for do milluk, and tlis TJaml. theHian, 'nntii I have measured it, but wind, generates poisonous gases, which for de water and I will mix dem so as k saay bo as much as $100 or, possibly, are sucked up through ovcry crovice in to shuto mino self," even $500.' 'Oh! That's all right ; go the floor, and nil tho house with their " Yks," said tho witness, rememahead said Uncle Danl, and ho gave deathfal influence. Such houses are ber tho defendant's mother crying on the brm a written order. Tho work was ieath-trapt- i. I have known more than occasion referred to. She was weeping dene and the bill was sent in for 81,900. one family to pine, and oven perish, in with her left eye tho only oae she has JJaalo Danl declared that ho wouldn't raoh a dwelling. and the tear were running down her jwy it ; that tho man who took the order Half of the ol women over right cheek." " What 1" exclaimed tha avid it would be only 8100 or $300. that of men must txs charged to the In- Jadge, " how could that bo ?" " Please, Ah replied the bland gentleman, who door lifo whteh forbids them the life- - your Honor," said tho witness, "she wwn to eolleet, 'we cannot bo rosponsi giving influence of heaven's free, pare was awfully He ler the a&Wces and bad Judgment, air and sunshii.j. Sckxb Lifo insurance office in Dubef ear esaployea.' Uncle Danl hod to Our houses want more windows. lin. Burgeon of the company ".Heart man to the ccKego to see if they larger chimneys, more transoms, moro aesila and liver sound as a belL Bo Jorge, -- m& actually put up as many feet of rod grato fires in winter, and less poisonous ye'vo the foinest life I ever saw, so I sibey claimed. He found the building furnaces. It k to tho stoves within oar Fwat's your business or profession now?" overlaid with rods until it looked as if own bodies, fed by abundance of fresh, Applicant haven't got any." Surgeon it was in a bhr cage. 'That professor air, that we must look for healthfuleet ' ' Fwhat I "I don't mean to say ye've You, weald not let him dig to seo what the heat, and not so much to the stoves got land?" Applicant "Yesj a few acres. connections were, but he did pull whose porous iron plates offer so little Surgeen "Faitlj, thin, I'm sorry foryo J ground rod on the sly, and reaktaace to the deadly earbonie-aei- d esto Bat yoTl never do for us." at the bottom of a deep hole gas. We mako our houses comfortable " Yes, young man," said the venerable feet of rod coiled up. Uncle at the expense of their healthfulness draggkt to hk new clerk, whoa he was Danl eventually paid the bill, but I when we shut out God's sunshine and agercc heard of hk buying any more pare air. Belter, in thk respect, the about to initiate into the mysteries of exprofession, "after a lightning-rod- . hovel of the poor man the d perience can confidently assure you never heard of a lightning-roman than the padded homes of luxury and that seven jars containing the sevec getting the wont of a job except in one wealth. speciflo drugs ot our trade would suffice and I don't Touch for tho truth of Especially should oar sleeping-room- s It is said that one of the craft be made larger, and bo better ventilated. to set up any drug store." "But, sir," T drove np in front ot a fine new and Better the open window and the night what do you have these other 800 for What forf Why, to sell!" largw house out West and told a man sir, often so foolkhlv dreaded. tb " wkwaa reading at the door that he Aow poisoning whka tho bad air gives, " That's played out," said a tramp to to have lightning-red- s oa 'hk and which leaves the sleeper to awake a St. Louk lady, " Don't give mo none The man said be hadn't thought weak and, aarefieshed . by hk .slumber. of your games. You can rake a couple a&Btit. Then the peddler satd, 'Have No more serious mistake k made ia our of dollars anywhere. It's not much to yea any objection to my putting up a than that of tho small you, but I'm bound to havo it, for I'm 'No,' tho man red en this corner?' Sanitary seienoe says out ot meat," " Poor fellow," said the aid, I have not,' And, as the tidthat these apartments should be tho lady, "I'm sorry for yoa; stay here dler's wagon was right bthlmfhim, the largest, sunniest and airiest ot all in the while I see if I can get you the money." expert climber had the rod up in a few house. Let them never be on tho ground She turned away and went tlirough a iHmil 'Now,' said he, ' that corner floor, and let the bed be rolled at night middle room into the, kitchen, with tho is safe,' addressing the man, who was into the middle of the room.jre that the stranger following her. In a corner ot atm reading; 'but lightning 'might air may move freely around the sleepors. tho kitchen sat her and come along and knock blank's delights she fumbled around in tha drawer after eat el oae of the other censers. Have A ooicrurr w4tb a capital of 12,000,00( the money with tho man watohing her yea any objection to my patting up a florins k to put aline of steamships 01 closely, Bho did not find the money, sad en each of them ' And the quiet the route, from Trieste to New York. The bat in the back of the drawer she found wader looked op from hk paper and Austrian Government will be asked foi her husband's derringer, which carried eatd he hadn't any objection. When a subsidy. caliber cartridge. She a forty-tw- o aha job was done tho peddler presented "What's that?" he said. cocked it. 'What's this ?' said the man, Thoruak was looking al "Ob, nothing," said the lady, as she yawning and folding np his paper. hk boxes ia which hk private books and thrust the derringer under hk nose. "Only my pistol k loaded, and yours k tS fer the rod,' explained the ped- papers had been packed ia hk old dler. 'Bods I I didn't order any rods I' room. Ho saw that the lettering not. Thk might go oft nadn't you 'NetataH; on the boxes was "lion, A. Q. Thar better go instead ?" " I bsHeve that Why, eerUialyyoudld,' laaly sail I hadno ebjeetien to year (fen.' Keep Dry." Turning to a friend, k to say I know yoa are about right. , And I hadn't. TbU he said, "Who the deuoe weald evoi Hold it down and take your finger ofl prising is the eoBBt'Conrt I don't thjak of givkgM sch adrico as that," the trigger. Pm a leaving." He backed hve in thk oowtW. Of eearse I oat ot tho bouse, stumbled down the A so obleetien.' " steercase, which stsjis and ran into a neighboring alley hey aiteaUhed bad exeUed West SratUeboro, ,Ytrand the but that has ever been sees ot him. X employed the county's heavy legal taloae day by urging he lew aeamtrW ent to settle tho important question A New Mexico woman was attacked H U aUn wfcUkw, had noteoMMMiwd whether hair would grow on a clipped by a panther, bat saecseded in killing sprout. Another tkae, standing b ia bonne's tail, resulted in a disagreement the animal, Tho lady's husband now SaMber and looking up into hor face, of tho jury ; and then tho litigants settled offers to back her mother agalust any La inquired : " Ma, whatW tho reason I it between themselves without disclosing menagerie in the ' country. He eajt e ain'tatuannow? l'rogota their solution of tho question. biood wai'toii. ,,W& pocket-book.- " (.;. "I s a, con-sera- a. 11 one-rt- snccially-constrocto- sup-pea- r1ht-hui.- wt 'ffeltl-plAtct- ry nt St Ix well-hol- e, lieat-rodde- club-room- 1 d sug-gesti- rod-Oe- d. 'I f half-decay- "I r cross-eyed- ." jcy. intra iHteAM. While tho Army of the rVtomae fey at iWMto Homo lasting, on Mte Paasankey riror, in May, ISM, a provisional brisj-k- , eonskllcg of the Fifth (Dnryea's) md tho Thirteenth Now York volun. teem, First Connecticut beavy artillery (acting m infantry), Rush's Pennsylvania lancers and Weodcn's (First) Rhode Island bnttery, was formed to operato upoa the extremo right Hank of tho Union advance up the peninsula. Toward the latter part of tho month thk detachment occupied Old Church, a wall hamlet on tho Pamunkey, situated a few miles north of Hanover Court Uouse, thk latter placo Itclng twenty miles in the samo direction from d on the Virginia Central railroad. Ilio main hotly of tho army marched directly on tho robel capital via Bottom's bridge, on tho Chickahomuiy. Tho movement to tho iljhtMaa expeditiously carried, and so that it proved a complete surpriao to tho icoplo living along tho lino of ruarcli. Tho arrival of troops at Old Church was tho first intimation tho people ot that vicinity had of their approach. A short from tbo church lived a rclatlvo of Gen. Lee, nt whoso houso tho wife and daughter of tho Confederate chief tain wcro stopping, nnd upon arrival n guard was placed around tho premises, and every precaution token to prevent communication with tho enemy ou tho part of tho distinguished ladies or their friends. Tho perturbation ot the of the mansion was so groat as to attract special attention, and cautious inquiry among tho colored folk developed the foot that Gen. Leo himself was shortly exacted on a vkit to hk family. This piece of sot every ono on tho qui vivo. Gen. G. K. Warren, commanding the expedition, caused tho guard to be doubled and vidcttes to be stationed upon every road and bridle-patleading to the dwelling, and kept scouting par-tipatrolling (the sarroanding country, whoso duty it was to arrest all persons attempting to pass beyond tho Ikies. Everything worked splendidly, and there was every reason for expecting the capture ot the rebel leader. The bayonet blockade seemed effectual, nnd the success of the plan ot the Union commander appeared to be a question of but a fow days perhaps only ot a few hours. It was upoa tho 2tth or 25th of May that news of Lee's approach was brought to camp. Immediately all were astir. The laacors were seat out in squads, with a view of cutting off his retreat, the troops wore ambushed along the route he was traveling, and, having adopted ' overy possible means to prevent failure, the provkional brigado awaited tho coming of the expected prisoner, who, unaccompanied savo by two or three personal attendants, was leisurely riding from Hanover Court House, on tho main turnpike, unconscious of the danger awaiting him. It was not far from noon when tho vide t tea stationed in a piece of woods fringing the road saw him coming over tho brow of a hill some half a mile distant, and not more than two miles from where hk wife, daughter and friends sat, a prey to the most cruel doubts and fears. He had just beguu descending the slope when a negro sprang out of the bashes beside the way and accosted hka. A short colloquy evidently easasd, and directly after the cavalcade turatd their horses' heads and rod off at the top of their speed. The carefully-lai- d plots and plans had failed. Blch-raondis-tan- co occu-pauts h cs I.AHAHTM AnTKKtKKJiXTS, , A. Htino . T. 3-- 1 LANCASTER, 0 WAMIX i ja KT. At 'x' . a - 1 . Oflra orrr Clllrrnt National ttank frani I to 13 A. M and from I to r. Olte houft LANCASTER. Kt. which Will practice In Dirrard and adjolalnc ronnlln taken I larllithttlentloot.f tsla7lri I Ui ntraordlntry p.ln. In IH-- l jr) ind Court ef Apprala. cnOdntlbatan elimination 111 lhlrHiJ2 ary to a purcbta. Call Md m nt. O. KAUTFMAN, UM K. MIHH HKI.MjE HVUHKH. A.TTOHNMY HAM H. SUKDKTT, al MILIaiUVTEIRY! uLtZbL.!"P l - . TALHO'lT, lh 1.A.W, ll.,'iKn J" A.TXOItNJBV At X.A.'W, LANCASTER. ST. couniita ana in int uoun 01 Appran. rVimmlMliio rtftmnl Circuit Court. Will prattle In all tho Court of (larrard aad adjolalaf Uidw IVOTIOJB JHHS Jt. ! h VALUABL- K- Garrard Co. Lands 1TOR SALE. All penona Indebted to Ik etlal ef Stank Opoonamo drrd , will plrw. nil on m aad Mb. IkOM biting claim, ((.Dit Il.alooc. wWI prrtent tkeru properly proren Immediately. MA ML, Eittulor. -The Stasfcrd loRVr it trlfit.Ml mr farm of about 3M arm. la (Jairard, ataul on. nil. Ulaw Cat Dick Roh- inKHi. wun large eonat. nout.oinim room., in no micron, repair, all ect.arr outbuilding, and of rulUrail.o, tha land r.rtll and Inana.alai n. arljali bln In ra. Oa thcrOic. Iia dlnll-Icr- r of about loo tuih.U capacllj. Th. tutnlk Will b epn from I'antlll. to LrilDfton runa through tbli . . i.iiii, put, Ik ,nv nmiivn I, n kmm.ahI,, in k i.uhwitb. I.Ih. tnlu.cn I a farlnf too II M. Janet Urn, on th. I KIIkAY aim adjoining Hm id. two piacri III hoaold at a wbol, of dl tided t.lult purchai-t- n 1h imrihawr will aim hat tat option to mm in ui.tinrrr niuran inniorrtt. aini prepri tiuallbrm adjoining tho iv. wllh ralr liiitroria.nia. in tha lalcrtrcuon 01tbo I'antllltand HatoaVlitalurnrdk-- , containIfaatniii Aarr. A araall Inct of II arrra. ad Ul.of Cbenaalt, PtTtranc A Co., Btulord, JCj., Joining laixla of T Punn A lata aloro bouM la &..- - ,., d -- ii, MailT.DEO.ll. TON. NEVI2IIAWCJB, th town of I'fjanliTillc, a warrhoueanrarlhod-po- t Sc CO.. In (jiDcatifr, a bursal lot In th Lancaittr All thoatmrapronrrt will t aold on Import, rt and Jol.Utt of Dry flood. Nation,, J a. parllcultrt rail terj literal iciiut. rornirihcr M7, III Mala ulrWt, Cor. Blilh, onoraddrrta If.M HKHKKI.K, J. X. ROBIXSON LOUIHVITjTjK, WRiGHrs Indian t, IC. II tf Uriantiillla, Kf 3CV. ENTERPRISE Grocery. liauca.stcr, Kentucky, Veoetaile Pills And all llllous Complaints Bf to takp. being pureily rrvrtablei LIVER ItttaaeU.'AaUruefrtafew rOH THK In. crliw BRICK RESIDENCE far SALE ftEO.D.BURDETT cfo IN STANFORD, XT. loBVr tor uU primely my houa aad lot oa Somerectetmt which I, occu) led by J M. Calle. 1'uaMt.lM to b glees Jan. 1, IMI. Terena rtaMB. sbl. lor particular writ to u at Harper, Kan-aa- a r call on BobU , Ljtle, htaalord, Xj. CO., III Indeed ir. h. AXBKRneit, Harper, Kaaea. Lately been Making Extensive Additions' To Tnrlr Slock of FurnlturE. that lb. I. licit end beat IIm ef rery drrrlpllon eiklkllid In Piaafotd, a troll tkrongk nay tlor will prot. My price or at low at tlmllir good ta b. bought Ik Ih.rlllaa, a f.cl ali rapabl. lctl.r demooatralloa. lab keep on band a lull II m ot .rr rrnllnrl And bow bays the Beit Stock in Central Kentucky. They have Parlor VnclcrtHkcrM GooJm! and Bed Room Sett, Carpet, Cane aad Penitentiary Aod am ready U I.neralt proeaMly wllh a a Blr,sw lleara. Chain, Marble Top, Centre Stand & ExOrtSera hy Telejrraph Promptly Attension Tables, tended to. Woien Wine. Cot-te- a B. X. i. Top and Hair KMHmt Folding Bed Lounges, Beds St Coti, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else Furaitare Store. Kept in a Pint-cla- n Mat-treise- WEARIX. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. . OrHHtilHfcdSujrnr Price. Gc. DR.. LouUrllt., Kr.,aoclanalt, InJ .dtalcnln SUlnwij A Il.lo.1. J.A CFlKbcr, Vom A 0oot'. Baldwin A llano Kotlw; Co '. Cottar. Upright aad abo lb fjt.f, nbealngrr and Hamilton Orfaaa. Inatruaaantaauldatprlcraaod ttrsu la lull Ios't glr jour ordrr till jou gat our (llf-nu- ) prtcr and t.rmu I. II. Baldwiu TnJ.V.rk. The iirmnn "Vr,te:r K" H. BUSNSIOE, - Propr and Well - Known & Co., This OldStill Maintains its Hotel 0., and Indlasapolla, High Reputation, Hoot", I)ck.r Una.', Its Proprietor is Determine tkat it Shall be Seeesi ta ss Country jaoiei m nuia iu rare, MEBWIK'H HPECiriC, AP1 ie to life-lime-'s wind-searche- "I d I houso-buildin- sewing-machin- lathi. com-mitto- tha"f Be, UccH-ujwAT- unu -- Jack-knif- a '" " UAXKf BAXtiBR TXOX J. LUXATIV. Just before the 4th ot March, 1(77, a young gentleman of this city, Mr. Ila-ga-a, went to the Ber. Father Itcville, the famous Dominican palpit orator who died froea yellow-feve- r about a year afterward, during the Memphis epidemicand told him that he was greatly worried over a oertain matter. An acquaintance of hk front Illinois hatVar-rive- d and informed him that he proposed to assassinate Hayes. He did not know what to do or how to go about it, as tho man was evidently insane and determined to carry out hk project. Father Itcville, who was then of St. Dominic's Church, immediately odvkod Mr. Ha-gaand they went together at onoo to Detectivo McDevitt's house and inform od him of the circumstance. McDevitt communicated tho facts of the case to Maj. Richards, then Chief of Police, who directed the detective to look up the man and examine into tho matter, McDevitt discovered that thewould-bassassin was at tho Imperial Hotel. On hk way up the avenue to that establishe ment he met two of the men, Anchki and Maxwell, and suggested to them that they approach the would-b- e assassin. They did, and the man fto was quite n man from Northers Hllnok, Myers by name gave. AnchW a $90 gold piece with which to parehaee a pistol oa hk proa-Wa- g to aid him ia the plot. McDevitt then arrested Myers, and conveyed him to police headquarters. Ho foaad that ia his room at tho hotel he wai well "heeled" with an arsenal of weapons, Myers did not deny hk intentions, but Hid be had intended to shoot Hayes, then proclaim himself President, and to be sworn to amid the ringing of bclk and the firing of cannon. After duo consultation the police authorities, convinced ot hk Insanity, remanded him to tho insano nsylum. no was kept there for about "six mouths, and then sent homo to hk son under clwrga of a uursc, n, o secret-serviowell-to-d- o UHn lauaf. qwncn ol jouisni latncMoooaoc rwt mmwm IB. .am. Ol natutat m UalTrrwl Laaaltua.,rain ia to bare, HmowA of Vlalva. rraaa. tvnUld An. andnaar oltardlo- .aara that iaU l laiaaltr or la all rajMOI Kauul. acta Ilk. a WaakncMtk rharna. raatorlaa 1m. r fldlaf rig a brilliant or, glrlot u lit iikautllon. SVaalaal W.akMaa. luMl.acr. aad Ursarkl Laa of fawrrol th uwrtatu. Urgaaa; i,4 all diarajM that fallow al a. Urrat InslUh Remedy, a poilt nit for Weak U li natcag. Low of Brain Powar. N.rroaa rtao-r- r. tietr uenum ol tlnewts. or Alton- - u ', will k u aad ft tkt Sj.clal fr...fcharga. carrtd acMiaatlatleaa to C.mmtrriUfratelar. Tha r wftl b alaay aapatUd wKh. th thdcMl hraa a aad Cttara. tM t Llr DANVILLE tfcU aaaiaaraiiat ntanir. t. taitatfi. tkaroar bloooaaofatallk. Aft.rTaklar aokl hr all Dfuuttttat packtgta for tl pr packag., or illrrctlpt.f eric. It. A1m bj nall.pottig.frra,. swVull particular In panpalat, wblek wlllb. railUd fr to tttiy applicant. Addrt. all to tk. aol. taaaufatlurrr. IV. H. MKK III.V, H. II , IX trail, Mick. Sold la blatiford by rtonf A VleAllatrr and all Prugflit PLANING MILL COMPANY -- tttrjwbtr. (Ma-lj- r) 1SS1. Harper's Magazine. ILLUSIR&TED. rclu-ur- n Harper' Uaciiln brglni lit tlitr-rlght- h wllb th Iitctmbcr Number. It I. Ih moat popular lllutlrattd periodical In America and Lng'and, alwaji fully abreatt of th Hum la It of current toclal kod Indue-tri- al treatment of lniareat. and alwara kdranclif It OUnditd title, and raccbtmlcal ticeUetce. of literary, art Among lit aiirtcuona tor imi are: a n.w Mna not .1 j William Mack, llluauatad by Abbay, saw eottl by I- - I. ltoa, llluatraled by UiUon and DWIoan) dtKiiptlT lllualratad pJra by Ueorg H. Houghton. Frank U. MllUt, C. If. ram-baand olbtrtj luiportant blttorlcal aad biographical paptrt; abort ttorlaa by Mf. D, Ho.tlt, ChtrlMKd, Ac Maaufaclurtr o-f- DeerH, ShhIi, HBtl Bllads, Wlatlow Saw Doer FrHsucf, Meld lugft, Scroll Work,Tura lac Itke And Work, FloorlHg;, Ce4IltHr,We.tk- - HARPER'SPERIODIOALS, fER YEAR. -Utrpw'a It 00 -Uarptt'a ,f-. ..-- ..- 4 00 b0 Harper l Buar..-..160 . Harpor'i Young rcoplt... Uatper't I'taaklla Sqiar Library, ont joar erbeardlHKt lrewe! otbr LRntber, Wkly.. - Mg' - Building Material Abo Dealarala State rttf or (SI Humbert)- ..- -.. ... 10 00 I're to all tubicilberi Id Ih United Canada. wllh th Tb. rolomet ol th Magaaln Number lor June and Deoriubar of each year. Wbennotluilitpctaed, II will I undtrttood lgla that th lubMrlbcr with, lobelia with tb cur- rent Number. TblMt Klgkt VolumaiofMarp.!1 Mttnalna.ln neat cloth binding, will btacot by wall, iioatpald, Call on ut or writ for prlct VT Toluni. Cloth Caaea, for on recti plot M CO mall, pualnald. Hock aad will do our Uat to plaa Llndlug, 60 eaull each-- by ludea to HarMr' Utgatlo., Alpbabatlral, Ana- and quality ol auUrlal. lytical, aad t laaalDtd. lor Voluuaal to 60 laclu. alra, from June, 14, to June, UK on tol , Ho, FMrmlHg liUMbcr! kep you la a !r fiht Ixf Clotb.lt tO. WathtnotonCritlo. " Unit, to tejthan(ofloa h.tPrairiiollo tvir tbli aJttrllanotnt without b capeeaa older 01 llaritr A lUotbara. Addrtt IIAIII'EHA UUOtUEItf.Ntw Ywk Money Older or Ilcmlllaoc. ibouul b tutd by rojt-0ffl- c VAXVllLK 1'LASIXO MILL ' CO ii Daorlll, Ky. Uw ir.( af FVH" Trjn1iMCTniiTMiMif,- - Afrfrnlf hiaT HRrrMiirrT.rrMicTlHwIWnrfHKaHa Tnrm Wwh. ., aTe HHcyHHd hwy f WILL Stmi-ltck- li 3ntcntr0rw! Kjr f 1 rxfilalnril. Tlio Clovcland VcraMintcrviowedtho A tramp printer stopped nt tho Car- - i famous war correspondent Forbos in TJlli SPANISH AlOtAIiA, son (Nov.) Appeal oftlco to npply for p j that city ! situation. Ho wm furnished with tern-Mr. Forlics, upon being asked to slato The KtoR of Spain i1nocl an en barff pornry employment, which enabled him hisviows regarding tho difference beall I'nglhh vessels, person and Bfon to scctiro a fow nights' lodging and meals tween English nnd American properly in tlio jHirls of Bialn. DiV to match. Ho was a printer who had and tho journalistic profession, went out (o sen with six firmed slifym, lieen ono of tho eighteen proprietors of replied in tho following manner : "Tlio Riul captured Bun Domingo, Carthsgcna tho Dally Glot, but recently suspend- mcmlcrs of tho Journalistic profession in Pliilip IT. was now and W, Augustine. ed in San Francisco, and gavo a full de- America are, as a class, very intelligent preparing 'tho greatest nrmmnent tliRt scription of its insldo workings nnd and energetic, nnd tho fruits of that zeal tlio coliiie1 nath a of Hjinin and Port- management under a pledge of secrecy lccomo manifest in their work. They nal, of Naples fiml Sicily, of Ucnoa nnd and a promise that no use should Ikj aro men who aro keeping abreast of tho Venice, could waft terms tlio seas to mado of tho information until ho had times and tho customs. Eurojioan crush Hie arch heretic of England. Homo reached Salt Lake, where ho now is. Journalists, as n general thing, nro more Prophecies lilcwwxl tlio undertaking. A number of printers left tho Chron systematic nnd methodical, if may lw I had been heard in llers languages Hint Mc'i employ nnd started n paper of allowed lo uso thnt expression, and I 1688 should 1k "tlio moot fatnl tlio year their own called the Globe. It gave fair think loso that sparkling freshness so and ominous unto all estates : and it prospects of success, nnd to all out- characteristic of American gentlemen of now diseoYcrrd that England was to ward nppenrnnce was a tho samo profession. I do not wish to ho the ohject of thin great tnaritimo en and Its mniu lo understood (o say that thcra aro not newspaper. tenirife. Yet England did not quail piiqwfto was to kill tho Chronicle, and encrgetio and zealous European JournalTlio wholo community became of ono tlio enemies of thp latter paper "stood ists, but I tako thorn ns a diss and say heart and mind. iu" quitu liberally nt tho start. Let tho thnt they do not get up as rcadablo a determined to deal a Mow at tho Drako story, however, bo told in tho language paper as their brothers iu America. heart of tlio Spanish project. Ho aailcd of tho narrator.. " In regard to tho papar of tho two from London with four Queen's ships " Who ran tho concern?" continents," continued Mr. Forbes, furnished by tlio mer and twrnty-fon- r " I did, for one," said tho wandering must Ray that I was very much surprised clmnl of London. At tho Iwginning of printer. Then thcro was Lynch nud in this, my first visit to tho United tlio April, 1587, tho EiirIUIi fleet enteral Ilrooka nnd Woods, and nil tho balance. States, to sco tho amount of reading tlio Span harltor of Cadiz and fell When tlio forco wero nil on deck it had matter that k contained in your repreish ihiiNi destined for tlio invasion of eighteen bosses, besides tlio reporters sentative Journals. I picked up a ChiSoma of theni wero of the England. and editors?" cago paper n few days since, and it was lamest alto then linown. Ono M of "Who edited tho paper?" found news in it a regular pamphlet. 1,600 tons, another of 1,200, and several did and tho rest of tho gang. from all parts of tho world, and tho local other of 1,000 and 800 ton. Drnko Wo all took a hand. Somo man would matter I mean by that, news from dif10,000 ton of shipping, with bo setting up nn articlo and see some ferent States, besides that immediately their contents, 'ror two nitfhtssnda friend given a deal. He woidd walk up in tho locality whero the paper was pubday ho continued his work scuttling, to tho imposing stone and yell out, lished astonished mo by its variety rkting, unloading nsd burning tho Span-What in blazes k this?' Then thelioys and copiousness. Articlos and editoriwar ships. Ikforo ho left 1C0 ships would all quit work and collect around als on tho leading subjects of tho day, throwing a bright wero burning and the stone, and, in fact, most everything that a man bfnrc upon tho walk and forU of Cadic. " Somo would think that the man tho could wish, seemed to bo found in that Ob hk return to Esg4ad, Drake captarticle went after was n perfect gentlepaper, and the New York papers I find ured and destroyed 100 mote vessels, apman, nud the rest would think he was to bo of the samo type, though differing propriating a part of tho cargoes aad an old suoozer. Then we would row somewhat in stylo, and I will observe Ho alio taking tlio erewa prisoners. over tlio matter half an hour or so, and here that a person in traveling from tho raptured a largo Spanish earrack laden pretty soon a couple would Jeff to see East westward con readily distinguish a with a eorgo of extraonUaary value. wuctner tno item went m or not. Each change in the stylo of paper. News-da- y ThU he alio took with him to England. the editors and reporters got their papers in America seem to be a growth Ho confessed that ho hod done but little, instructions from eighteen of their regn. 0f the soil. In the East, whero the and gavo tho Government warning as to lar bosses and their aesuUnU. I kept ground has been moro cultivated, there the efiorwowi power aad nfti preparatrack of tlio regulars, hut split on the is perhaps more compactness and better tions of Spain subs.' Each man had a policy. I had Btyle, but I like the free, spontaneous "There would," he said, "be 40,000 two. Somo had more. No particular manner in which the Western Journok weigh ere long, well men undr policy, but a general sliding scale, to fit j are conducted. like tho little items of equipped and provisioned," and England any circumstances." 0 gossipy nature that aro so choracteris- could not be too encrgetie In ita mew-ure- a ' ' Did tho Olobe roll along pretty well tic of American journals. EnglUh jour-of resistance, first T" nols are too slow. There is ono phase CUIXESJS l'MTATK Z.IFB. ETcry thing i done by Philip to "YeS. it SWCllcd UDbiir. Snllllfrin. ' nf Itnnriran iraimnllgm tl,t T nnm!W Hero aro some hints which may be sake hi Armada invincible. He had camo in lively and were brisk, nnd very reprehensible, and that is, its indi-fo- r spjnt nearly C0.000 ducats onthoncoL nsefnl to aomo of our cooks: "They lions a spell the great question waa what vidua! personalities of an unpleasant Bo. nave a largo screen before the doorway Tlo Popa lent him 1,000 ducat. to do with so much money. Wo talked nature often indulged in." id what ho had spent, ho had 2,000,-00- 0 which give sufficient privacy for their ot baying a building to movo into. of ducats in reserve. Tho Armada need. Tho window sashes aro closed TUB TRUE AND II A SB JOURS AI Presently, however, tho expenses began conibtedXof 196shipa. They were by cither by n sort of jalonsio or thin mat The New York Herald, commenting to chaw as up. Then it wasn't so much far tho largeat that had up to that time ting. They do not surround their dowith the money, upon Mr. Watterson'a articlo upon the They contained 30, mesticities with tho samo mystery and a question what to do been constructed. but where to get it. Some ot tho boys Chicago press, says: "Tho tendency to 000,SpaaUh infantry and sailors, and secret precautions with which we proceedings in Enropo. Hu- were sticking typo at the case, and some improve k seen every day in tho press, 2,000 galloy slaves for Uio purpose of man nature, they argue, haa to sleep, were bustling arxmi on uio outside. and we are coming nearer and nearer to rowing tlio aliipa when tlio wind failed. Mr. Watterson's ideal. Already in most Ucaido tills largo army, 50,000 lropi and hero is tho mat upon which it Somehow, the outsiders seemed to drees stretches iteclf. Why conceal it? It better and eat at better restaurants than of our large cities there k a respectahlo icro iu tho Sinlsh Netherlands, ready d press, accepted by tho pubCurious, wasn't it? I to embark, on a given aignal, in aid of wsnta to eat, and it satisfies its appetite, the Insiders. no matter how maay oyot are guziug. guvsa wo galloy slaves at tho case didn't lic as representing tho profession, and tho troops of tho 'Armada. Sachuas largely free from tho Ishmaelism to he foroo which the English aailon bod Tell a Chinese cook you are hungry, and clear over 87 a week." which Mr. Wattcrson refers. In some "Did yon dabblo in politics? " be will immediately fetch his firo, his to combat "Oyes, we ran most ot the politics cities there has grown up a fungus paraBefore tho Armada willed, the Pop, cosking utensils, his provisions, and cook under your very nose. Ho has uo thcro ior a week, "Wo had Democrats, sitic press, living on defamation and textua V:, fakatea4 hk WL Ho Greenback and Kearney blackmail. The existence ot thk evil Elisabeth aa an illegitimate am) idea of concealing his operations in soma Republican, We only brings into contrast the better oa the managerial force. usurper, and aolemBly conferred her faraway bsek region, yolept kitchen. in eo' of the true newspaper. So feature He squats down anywhere, males a firo didn't agree for awhilo, bnt comprokingdom oa Philip, with tho title of dey long as paper k cheap and tho press k mised on a sort of fender U the Chrktiaa faith, "to oa or in anything a, liasin, dish, pan or platform. The Democratic-Centra-l free there will be blackmail and slander. pot ; there is bo limit to 'hk invention. hare and to hold aa tributary aad Committee gave us $2,600 in There k no remedy so sure as that indiHe will cook in tho middlo of tho street cated by Mr. Wattersou, the gradual Everything waa now prepared for the or ia tho center of lik guests ia a res- political printing, and owed us about formation of a code ot professional taurant. Upon one occasion, whea on 82,000, which we trusted. Some ot the aabjagalino of BmUhJ, aad the iavfa- offered us 85,000, cash down, ethics, which will divide, one class from eiWe Armada Ret sail. The firat ships board a juak, I observed a man cooking politicians distinctively as Mr. Evarla Ids own and hU neighbor a food togeth- for the paper. We didn't expect over the other as were aigkted of the Lfaard oa the 23d of 83,000, but after that offer we had a and Mr. O'Couor are divided from the July, 1688. They had loag beoa looked er in a tnb, and an cartbonware aauecr miserable Tombs shysters who live on Wonderful meeting and raised the price to 810,000. for. The beacoa-fire- a blazed forth from containing tho charcoal. 8ome of the boys wanted to set the pegs the proceeds of crime. . the Lizard to Falmouth, Dodjaan Poki, rjptatarM they are, these despised Chiat 820,000, but were I waa TUB MISERT OF TUB CZAR'S Z.XFK. y QriuUn Ilead and llama ITead. Whim nese, with a def tsess of finger and of jpaHeaoe unrarpassod by any one that wanted to settle on 820,000. The London Dally JVeuis says the tho news arrived at Plymouth that Uie " Have ye got a chew of tobacco ? If Czar, as for as pleasure goes, might aa enemy were in tight, Drake waa playia,? Halloa mdtt the sua. TlempU Bar. I had a cent I'd buy my own. Well, the well le in a splendid private lunatio a gome of bowU with hU coraradea ; but rUMISTIBS OrO ATM. $20,000 proposition fell through, and asyl am. Keepers surround him on every before the eveaisg closed aixtyof thl t beet&glkli tbijn were- - warped out ' The varieties of the eat are Try nu- then the Democrats bought the Exam- side, nil hk visitors aro aoorchod, and ho merous 5 it is either entirely black iner. After that things went by the knows not even whether ho can trust hk Plymouth harbor to meet tho foe, The.i (black and white) ; black, fulvous aad losrd, and we began to lose interest in keepers. Tlio Czar's position is scarcely went down tho English channrL It wa whito (called tortoise-sheor Spanish politics. Then some of the typos got more enviable than, and in many renot until tho next day that Uioy whito ; fulvous and white ; sick, and we ran short of mnnagers. cat); entirely spects greatly resembles, that of tho tbe btdky Sjaaiah ahipa through the dun color or tawny, either plain or Then wo ran short of coin, snd we were famous man in tho "Iron Mask." No drizzly haze. striped; tabby, boldly striped; slate sorter short all round. Then we shut greater precautions were taken to preAnother day elapsed, nnd then they bluo-gracolored or (called the np shop and gavo tho other papers a vent that enigmatto captive from holdmet, A tho Armada, followed by the j with very long fur, especially shew. Wo had Iota of fnn though. I'll ing intercourse with tho outer world. English fleet, went lighting along the on the nock aad tol (tho Persian est) walk down to Reno and see if I So difficult aad Obscure has the position coast of Dcvoa and Doract, tho jvople long hair of silvery whiteness and silky tan't get to Salt Lake. I know a con- becomo that desperate men might even oa land looked oa with intenso anticipa- texture (culled tho Angora eat.') and ductor that knocks down on tho faros, revive a famous incidont in Russian histion. At every liltlo port that ther lastly, with ponalcd or tuftod ears, like snd if ho doesn't pass me in tho Pullman tory. They might murder or secure the paaed- -t Dartmouth, Teignmoutb, a lynx, which sometimes, though rarely, 111 frighten him to death. Next time Lyme, and 'Weymouth boats camo out takea place. Of tho above I person of tho Czar, and substitute for varieties, the start paper 111 do it on borrowed hhn another Emperor, who should bo lailoa with men and provisions, and lit- Persian, tlio Angora, and gray Malta va- capita, and don't yon let that idea fall kept in tho same invlolablo seclusion. tle ships darted out to sea, moat of the in rieties are the most remarkable. The If tho Emperor of Russia can be said to merchantmen, to take part hi the fray. Isle of Maxt produces the tailless cat, a out of your head till I seo you again." reign, it k as the Lama of Thibet reigns Tho Armada reached the hay between very curious varioty. When thoso are Portland Bill and St. Albau' head, crossed with tho ordinary tailed cat the ihe iunpross Kugcnfo aspired to bo a religious power, mysterious and whea the wind shifted to tho northeast, progeny oxhibits theintermodkto stages tholeadfe of dress and fashion, and withdrawn, Hk every movement k bo-swith danger, and hk short Journeys aad gave the Spaniard tho weatliergngc, between tail and no tail. From long many a middle-clau- s family in England Tlio English Hiado a tack seaward, and local usage the word " tabby " applied was sorely embarrassed, by tho long have tho perils of a folornhope. The k wero soon after assaulted by the Span- bdiscriminatcly to almost all varieties of dressmakers' bilk which an imitation of Czar k said to bo a man of great periard, who lioro down npou them. Ship cats after they havo passed, out of kittea-hoo- her innumerable and always expensive, sonal courage; and there seoas little after ship waa engaged, but tho Span-tard- a costumes entailed. Several crowned doubt that he will determine ia the long Troy Tlma, run to taee tho worst, rather than to were never ahlo to close with or tc heads in Europe, however, determined board their MAAtau COXTKRHAIlOy. not to accept tho parvenu Empress as exist in a living death, to pass a Wo liko adversaries. And so the roar of cannon Wlien a man asks a question I look their guide. The late Empress of Rus- that of a rabbit which the forret threatascended along the coast. Ono fight him in tho face. U I sco no innuirv sia passed through Dijon and Lyons ens ia ita holo. He has the wretched after another, but still nothing decisive, thcro I cannot answer hbu. A loaa with her husband in 16C5, on her way choice of Uvkig oa in imprisoned secluTho Armodn passed tho Islo of Wight asked mo about the coldness of thk to Nice, and tho Counter tie Zyon re- sion, or of boldly facing hk enemies aad or ita way to the roads of Calais, The winter aa compared with others recent- corded that her attire would have been leading hk own life as if they did not English, having rccohed men and mu- ly, looked at him ; hk face expressed despised by a shopkeeper's wife, bat exist; or, lastly, breaking with ail tlw nitions from shore, followed it slowly. no moro curiosity or relation to me than then tlio courtly Journal added : "When traditions, of autocracy, atieraftteg large Lord Howard, commander of tho h u custard pudding. I mado him a ran- a lady has tho honor of being tho wifo reforms, aad takiag a "leap ia Uie fleet, called tho commanders to a dom answer. I put him off until he was of tho Emperor ot all tho Rustlas u?h dark," which cannot bo more terrible consultation. simplicity k only an additional charm " I thanito proaeat stato of Buaak. It was tlion detcrmlaod in earnest. Ho wanted to make attack tho Armada. It won dead at If Tlio Iato Queen of Holland appeared nt iKini ihe large, bid flthloBrd. dIii1iii ,nllli lr HnrlarV IJiiln ght, Tho sea was black, tho thunder w routnineblcnu about tho canto tiino iu r led ia tho distance,' lA a moment LJ?i? top short forJJspoiscRsorstdluxt.pml pchW which hud ilono Uu pill i.m, L,Ww!iK JU""!? wero sent iu among near long face, duty at Uuo llaguo. dose. 1 news-paters, MMferd, Dewnber 19, 1883 m nm Aemsila. Tho 8tiiw4 iIied with A panic. Theee was a yctl throufrhont the Beet, Every cable waa cat, and tho ship 1xgnn to drift. Tho larger ahips lyjm0 cnUBglcd, with each other. Homo were burned ty the flaming vcrhcU. Tlio largest and mol splendid vowicl of tho Armada, tho Capitana, wm driven ashore, nnd taken poiwesaion of by tho French. When morning dawned, port of tho Span.is fleet lay disabled, but tlio greater number had put to sea, and wero obnorved making for tho Ncthorknd portd, Tlio English lifted anchor and followed them. Tlioy came up with tho Spanish fleet off flrajellines, and immediately attacked them. They broko through tho vanguard, and attacked tho Spanish flagships. They riddled them through and through, toro their sails and rigging to shred, and forced them back upon tho mnin body. Four of their ships ran foul of each other. The English continued tho battle for six hours, olwaya refusing tho attempts ot tho Spaniard to lay themselves alongside. Three of tho Spanish ship went down before tho fight was ovrr, nnd many others wero drifting, helpless wrecks, toward the fatal sandbanks of Holland. Sixteen of tho ltest Spanish ships had already liecn sacrificed, and from four to flvo thousand soldiers had lcen destroyed; yet not an English ship hod boon lost, and not moro than n hnndrod Englishmen hod leen killed. The wind waa niw blowing hard, and driving tho ships on n lco shore, seeing which, Medina Sidonia, tho Captain Oeneral cf tho Siwnish fleet, gave the order to rctroit, Tlio In vinciblo Arma da then lmre away towaad the north-wt-s- t, into the open sea. Tho crippled shiMi went down one after another. They uen- scattered fsroadwido 8ome were wrecked on tho coast of Norway. In trying to reach, the Western ocean, many of the Spanish ships wero wrecked oa tho Shetland and Orkney Wand, or oa the rocks in tho dangerous tide of tho Stronaa and Pent-loa- d firths. The shores of Scotland aad Ireland were iound strewn with wrecks. Fow of the Spaniards wero left to tell tho story ; only the mouses of drifting wood found hosps upon the beach told of tho vessels destroyed. Philip never repeated hk enterprise of the Armada. Samuel Smile. tho rock-girdle- d mr.n TRs of to o mvvu kditiso Stinjmptr IHiHfttrtly j Ctff TJtn AM lilt WAX PMKS8. Xh Tltr f Arthlhnld fcrbrt, well-edite- d two before Christmas, Ave have determined to open our stock of Fancy Wares early, so that all may have a chance to buy at leisure. We are prepared to prove that we have the nicest line of Christmas Goods ever displayed in this market. Our stock s of con-sist- as we had last year for a day or .5 CHRISTMAS In order to avoid such rush HURRAH t FOR a H. IWIAIAWIf, HhM HTle. KeHf Hcky. "I C"R."Ey?JE2Y SETS' CJUSA MVGS CCP SAUCER8 DECOICATED FIIUIT HAICF.HN AJVI PLATKS, mX'ORATJED CIII.VA CVVS AND SAUCEH8. C01,.I'AM ETS, OYSTl-- BOWU AND WATBU SETS. DISUUE IIGUKEN, Sk? FlTUIIEIts, Ac. In ,,,1,11,1 on to nbovo wo hare SiJf , iUC,,E Vr.S "I I WAKE. " CIIAM"EKET8 GlTOIIHRCHll. AND PLAIN AND FANCY CHINA BRUCE. WARRENT & CO. srl' ' k J I J at GO TO T. R. WALTON pon onvel-optbe- ! high-tone- Mince Moat, Prunea, Citron, Currants; Cranborrf os, Malaga Grapos, Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Nuts, Raisins, Coooanuts, Buckwheat Flour, Oat Meal, Crackod Wheat, Macaroni, Cheese, Craek-or- s, Tea Cakes, Lemon Wafers, Desicated and Concentrated t, Pickles, Jollies, Common. Fanoy and French Candies and Canned Goods Generally, Coco-anu- r - "WAfler Dm. !5tta,I will occupy Biljkt'i old SUad Corot? Utls A Bomtntt Stmt M4 i 1 . it Demooratio-Kalloch-Kearne- 11 tff .1 nfff - n ,, - II out-vote- ingo-natt- t i ttllfmt t - er ll y Char-treuxea- t) GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky, -- ltilir In- - j Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. ' ons. Harrows, Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Grain c Drills, Corn Drills, d. cyer-flyin- g Corn Planters, Reapers, Mowers, J Threshing Machines, Powers,' En-gUs- Saw Mills Ensinoe, Feed CuitersCnne Mills, Horso mi"liret .,..., wl'Z'd S 'oT In taut, Hit ItludH er FHrHitHK Implemeuta antlMsrlciiKiiral Mh cklHery. .Keep m kHudM tke Eur! Kfvls, oruHeb KiK lie . reimd lu CH(rHl If eijHky, Hud Ht prlccH tktit will cttwpHre iHverHHiy huh ihomu m twy Hewer anywhere. BBS! - xm V bWTO iTOfT TO CATCH A rOLAK "1 4o so j!tjr 9XZTA JVKJt. MKAM. Msee mm Mm Hedg- - gtafcri, Ky., vwwMr IF, 1MJ id. Ho healed Hp kk goose to the bNseerig point and got hold of a red-ho- BV ty s vmmssszs TrIJWSVHlEWtaLY BTwrOCJ rlfVT SIM M. WOBOwTT. owtWTWH A u W (TkBRt a fRRO t "DoBOtROl" n Then Is an xprMion t,t pitiful eves of Gladys inf In the Juesy-browMoNully m itiej look up Into taoss of Harold plJ' Nver"in.. words-solook-n- and th ft, speaking; tfes Hr" roy lip with " drwp that wakes tho of.jtrlef. They hive quarreled, there two cjusr-rebfoorith trifle, m IovksJo, btdlnage and nail tad from lac denial have gone on and, on Mttll etijel, angry words hire been spoken by etch, and there yawns beten them a horrid chasm into whose blaclt deplhs their love, bat a little while ago so tender and true, ha been cart. Ai usual, tba woatsn Is Vk first to relent. As Gladys sees Harold trllng for the door a great wave of fear roil over her soul, and the realises for Jhe first time what mean. 'She forever lronj this know full well that, trr aa she may, ah I can never tetr from her heart the image that her lore has enshrined there, and that without thU Iot her life will be an elernl. rd, wletful re. pretty bsouIIi wear qulf ring la sgenj oreta good-tulure- d an And ad ahe atops him aa he ia going. Ha turn quickly as he bears the worde with which this chapter opens. "Do yon admit, then," he asks, "that I am right?" Yea" ahe answered, "I admit that should not be eaten without cheese. God know I would admit anything that tbe aun doe not more, that the atara do not ahlne, that there I no quail on laat year' tout anything to keep ua from bring parted," and nobbing Tiolently, abe !ay her hand on his shoulder like a child. He eiprcuea neither regret nor surprise He only lift the long lily hand that he hold, and, laying ita palm agalnt hia barniog month, toftly passes his lips to and fro over the lithe fair lines in which ber lit" lory is written. "Look up darling," he saya preentl: "look up and sy that you hare forgiTen me." The beautiful face ia rtited from his breast. She ia pale, indeed, but is with the pallor of conquering p.twion; and Tery stil', but itii the stillness of one who, looking up in awful jor, sees the dawn of a aaperb new world breaking upon ber. Harold leids her to a fanleutl and kneeta in bis beautiful glad manhood beside her. r"My I kisi you?" he muraura. She doe not speak,; bnt the lore light In her eyes miles answer more eloquently than could any words. For n moment she closes her eyes, as on faint with a bliss whoee keeonesa make it Croat tbe border land and become pain, and so is gatbereJ. Into his stenuous embrace. For one second ehe,He on his heart. Fcr one second the breath of her aweet sighs stirs his balr. Their face are nearingeacb other slowly, in the aweet luxury of a passionate delay, to mak yet more poignant the pleasure of their supreme meeting at laat, when suddenly Harrold starts to his feet. Gladys springs from (he fauteuil. "My Godl" she cries, "what is tbe mattei?" Uending over her and prsi!ng her close-lyt- o him, Hsrold whfcpers in low.ttrained tonee: ir of demolition. "I hare broken my sunpender." ft The decreise in the murder statistic tf Kentucky, as shown by our report of the killings for November btlng only eighteen ns sgalnit thirty in October and twenty seven in September may be accepted aa decided improvea hopeful indication ments In that direction. The certainty o punishment during the term of Mr Knoti in the gubernatorid office has much to do with this dimunUion of murder; and we only hope that courts and juiies will awaken to the importance of doing their duty la the premises as fearlessly and impartially as Governor Knott will perform bis when executive clemency becomes the Murder danitr tttort of the will become unpopular In the state when once it becomis manifest that an Ignomlnl-ou- t death on tbe scaffold, or Infamous In the penitentiary will follow Ita commission. f man-killercer-titn- ly s. Brecken-rldgoNew- Life Saring Present. Mr. M. E. AUIno, UatcMawn, Kan., urel bis Dr. KIng'j Sw bratliop! TrJslBoUU Ufa Dlieoferr. for ContaiiipUon, walcb cismJ htm to proenrt a Irg bottle, thil tompltrelr forcJ blu, sod STerjtblDg wbsa poctar,cbinxcfcllmata mnaATiic XEroiiT, tin bad foiled. Aithma, Bronthltlt, Ilotneaau, "Wo havo had in England," writes Strere Oougbi aad all Thratt and Lutif dlMSM, Mr. Proctor, from Sydney, New South U U Eusriateed t ear. Trial Eu(tle (re, lira Wales, "some amusing illustrations of lis ft at rsny i, UcAIIiUt'a 1tux Store, the feeliug which induces many indifferA has been niodo which I will tell yon about, if you will kindly givo mo juet a drop mora coffee, with cold milk this time. The way tho thing is done is as follows : When Capt.' IJcrry, of tho Itodgers, wonts a polar bear for dinner, g her gives a Midshipsian a copper and a chunk of salt pork. Tho Midahipaan compresses tho spring perfectly list, wraps the pork around it tight, and holds it so until it freezes solid. Then the frozen pork, stuffed is thrown ont to with tho the nearest iceberg, wncro it Li promptly swallowed by a polar bear. When the hoat of tho bear's stomach thaws out tho pork, it releases the spring, which flies out, and the bear dies from a pain in his side." "Major," said Mrs, Max, with much warmth, "I don't boliero that story is true." "No, my dear, and you won't until, in a fow years, you see it in some fashion paper, and then you will swear by it." San Franclico Chronicle bed-sprinbed-sprin- shpeak first," replied tho tailor. "I liko to have a shoke sometimes, und so I put dot gooeo oudt dero. Id vhas all in funs, und I am "I werry sorry." " I couldn't see whar the fan cum in," said the other. " Dia yore ban' am all burned to a buster, an' I won't be'able to use it for two weeks." "Did you put that hot goose out there for a joke ?" queried tho court. "Yaw it vas only a ahoke." "Andworo you joking when you entered the shop and mado things hum ?" he asked of the other. "No, boss, I wasn't. I am an old man and not much giben to loffiu' an' cullin' up. When I let go of dot gooso I made up my mind to mash dat tailor flatter dan a billyard ball. It was my death. Isn't it dreadful?" " Quiet your fears, my dear," said the first font for obcr forty y'rs, but I go't de bulgo on him on was usin' him Major, when his wife hod finished. stopped in. No, "That is the way thoy killed tho bear up when de officer "bout dat timo." boss, I wasn't jokin when the story was first published, but "Were you very tickled?" he qucriod in the last twenty yoars an improvement "Vhell, of ho pitch into me." "You were the only one who had any fun out of it?" wWch We always Mfem )iTia; trrtti hiii riee eke. "Ye, tedeexl," roplM the Major, who was ft Irlflo oynto.il that morning, having burned his aaouth with coflfeo. " Ton, fculocd, my dour, tlio Uto of m Arotio explorer mast bo hard. Thoy wo so Isolated from the world. Just imag-fatif jos. C4B, tho horror of living for threo yo&rs out of tho dnst and Triad mid fog aad rain of our gloriou ; of not mooting all that tlmo tho aiaa at your club who thlaks thooftceer rt story is told tho bettor It is ; of being without the coasolatloa ftlfordod yon by ftio busted stock operator, who knows yoa aro glad of an opportunity to lead him 920; of being wncro millinery and Japanese decoration stores do not daily intrsp one's wifo ; of boing " "Why, Major, how you do talk! I was only thinking of tho horrid things tho Itodgers' crow will havo to do to get their bear steaks." "How's that?" ftftlcnd tho Major, instantly interested over tho Bitbjoct of steaks, which ho holla of much greater tsportnuco than tho Irish land troubles. "What I know about it," resumed road in a fashion paper, Mrs. Max, and it ought to be true." "It certainly ought to bo, Mrs. Max, if only on account of its old age," " Well, tho article said," continued Mrs. Max, protending to Ignore tho Major's star on her farorito reading, " that Arctio oxplorcrs, when thoy wont to kill a polar boar, plant a big knifo in the ico with tho blade sticking up. They daub tho blade with blood, and tho bear comes along and licks it and cuts his tongue. It is so cold that ho doesn't feci tho cnt, but, tasting his own blood, ho continues to lick tho knifo until hit tonguo is all frayed, and ho bloods to Mwfor Hw hovtoy, e, placed it oh a beftek at his door with the eaga rcadiBg, " OaJy a sixpence." In a lew laktttea sJottg came aa ancient-lookte- g Israelite, with an oyo oHt for WgftlHs, and, as he saw the) goose and read tho sign, ho saado tip hia mind that ho had struck it rich. Ifo naturally reached out to heft his bargain, and that was where ho gavo himself away. Tho tailor almost fell down with his merriment, but it did not last over sixty seconds. At tho end of that timo tlte victim entered tho shop and began n sort of gymnastic performance which did not end until tho tailor was a man and his shop in tho greatest confusion. Tho two were fighting in front when an of&eer caste along ami nabbed both, and both wcro brought before his Honor together. Tho tailor appeared with a black oyo and a finger tied up in arod rag, and the. Israelite had a scratched noso and was minus two front teeth. "Well?" queried tho court, aa tbe pair stood gaaang at him, sadly-mash- BEST THE ALL or COMMERCIAL. lAVftf FROfaHmaiVB, PSPCLAH. Th Caetfeet as4 Deat rtettj Wtweytper In tM South, i BlOW. MeTRBBTT A BROWN, KMyr XT. VWUftHf, KY. W.B LINIMENTS roa MAK AND 0HLY .AH the Ceratr-comp- lett innt $1.00 A YEAR. Markel BtfaHeatiil-Cbllre- i'l Heport-pukliag ' T. w. I wuuoii, vaaaoa. xarroiiNiavH a.t jja.'xy, VARKON, hi Gweley STANFUftD, KY. A Hoa't M building M. up ttalrt. viao. at T. W. BUST. Ura For tiwvrn than n tlilnl ttt a. Aenterr tba MlfHfH.lgl.ttlmtiitlHtlecnt known to million all ovar ttw vroeM a fo ntllanoe tot Uie veltf of tho only nrcbtenM ami pain. It Is n mevtMnr nliora ptfeo ana prnl tho ! (Intl. for crcryfotm of externalof lit pain WTCKSTWfi, MSTrWCTlVE, USEFUL, TtOldtadTeaagtllkt. Hthecrlbt fuc It. UAc ! A 0pxjbxtsxs THE ornai l'KYTON. , ' oTAm-ORPKY, Will practice In tha Ounrtttf Uncoln and at. joining counties and tbt Superior (tourt tod llourl ol Appeal.. ptclal atleutlon glvtn lo collection. I Flint National Bjnk.l 0eTef lllj MEXICAN HiMTftnfr maA mutclt to It rery trtt liilratet fltth bone maklnfr tho oontlnm ane of pnln nl latammatkm Impoa Liniment t wHhfmt rm exrml. UAKVILLK, KY., Will practice la th Ooortt tf Boyle lod aJjotslBg eoualle and In fit Court of Appeal.. A.'XTVOJlNJl' AT LAW, AI.XX. AKDKKBOK, albln. lUrtfoel upon Ilnman Flrali ami thflMniloCrritlnn an equally womlor-fuTboMoxloan U MUSTANG IJnlmmt I netle(l by aomobody in overy hoaao. Krery day bring new of th MRon)oTof an awftol rlil or burn ub)Btl. rhtnmittl mtrtrn rn. atoroal, or R luablt hone or pz tT d by Uto boaUna; power of tlill And if alter CommUtiontr Horkotttlt Circuit Court MT VKRNIIN.KY Will prtctlot la Hit HockctalUCourU. Oolite tlonatepeclilly. OSJc In Courl-hout- t. lit J. AttnrnnyriSK. At XiSWi R. I shall LINIMENT Joins. entmcietl JHntcltt, Hum. nnu ocaiut, truit, asrnitea nn Bpralnt, I'tlitno'li Illlet ami ., Old NilUKl, ntimiri., Mort,f1cr,-f,Krns- t tlltlatnt. Nor nippltt, Cat, tail, anil lndtlII vrr form of atcrnal dlt twe. tlie heals lvllhont tear. For Bbctb Cbsatiok K raro Hpralnt, Bwlnny. HIItT Joint., Founder. Tlarneit Soret. Hoof Iilt rattt, foot Hoi, Herow Worm, Heal,, llorn, ncraicnet, Iiiouotrflpavln, Thru.li, Hlnaboa, Old Sorrt, l'oll KtII, Film upon th Hlrht anil tvtry other ailment lo vhloh tho occupanlt of tha Htakla anil Ntexle Tartl art Ilahlt. -- which snepdlly earea seen, ailments of th iiuAan at Klioumaitlatii. MivfitllMtrfl. fJllfV man Tba Jtaw TfalttBrr Wtii. Wm Wlav!lsr. lflAU ttarmbU tni warrant Cam, lo kfn jm lKl JblJlla. I nitJb inn nUnbtlUffttl, VsVOWt litae. THE COMMERCUU FGn 0MC YEAR AND TrttS THE TWO WAICH FOR 0LY FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. Tba Wat.rbnre Walek rawinaar haa a X.lleaal r.m latloa for naklag Iht rot cheap Waleh la IhtWeeM, ea eat m eeai rrwa in. raeiorj wtineti aaeiag aaea lot .11 da,, and earerulle eeenlalMl. ll rna. 17 aoara with cat wtadltt, and will 1m le e.ire. TtUal.llulariner'a W.leh, lb. Mlaee'e WTalrll.lbt laborer! Welch, Ibt Bot'e Waleh, tbt Scbaol UUI't V ateb la ract, everebMv't Wateh. htlm, orrzY s3.io tlM, PurtNltrote qnlrtd. flouth aid 0c atftrt Hotel. Mala eHrttl, Iht UxM HUituxioN BTANJ-ORD- LRE P. HOITMAN, , i KY upi'viH'r, twt door tbtrt whta rt- - Haa adatlalttered DR. W. B. PKNNY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ertr Kobl. 8. t.ytlt't etore. Oflce hour frntn I loll A. M.tod I lo3r. H. Anettketlet id U3l-lymlntelrred wnen neceeatrv Simill Once allUlttlMt. ra Fire, Lightning SovenTlrst-Olas- s Tornado Oompanies, DUnford. L'tMa teder, ebartM IteptM, aad tbe COKUMLiAL mailed regular! fuc oat jea., pnetagt free. WHh reibl ee tAJWlt r.uerJ l.ttap ar Ibt W ateb will ce f.ew.r'Vl er epail ee Hwi tireeM wilt be IJVNCHANCK! ANOTHER OFFER. rulM.wbkhwrtUMJMrbraUi 0afAr iBflffvp4ftBigl work THE OftMMERCIAL, Cla. U Iwalra NuUerttwr la lhi WXKKLT COMUKKCUL ud kll.ft, Ib rtUf ap f lbCiob wiili tmm f tb will bi TtttMl. !, vhavri. Vr rta. 10WB3T BAIHS1 llMo J.M.PIIIl.lVS.Aet., lbo Bleatcan Mnttana; Llnleutnt niwnya curet nnu novrc iuaapiHMau oaaitls,polUvoly, LOUttVlUE, Kt BEST THE ALL OF MUXK PATENTS nr Tri raiicnti ent LINIMENTS F03 V&S 01 B1A8T. tint-- COnf lh rtjrrincAMemrA?c1fr.n. , e iiuen-a10 ct at roucnori uiTruB. Marks, Oipyrlathtt. for tti tnltf-- 1 RUti. Canaila, KeBUnd, riitr,U4fMnf,io. Hand JVo-- i Bboitk ymr i an notice.! . IntlicrViiTnrioAMVHUTAM. ibm Urtfot, rrvjBl whltlr cimlalcvl BcisMHIAopaprr. flU --v rrr. Intrrratlni In Vft1r wrt4kt oirrmTlnrihwUHclPtHlato otmatlon. of AMrr h frt. Thlrt tt-- tiptnr aaayBBTi'i;arTIi.av W M to nil, AtHrMBMUNN AiiiiiCASOfflciwXlBn-.Ji?- . cnitTr. A Vew , miEMTtrM ft York. arplkannaojlo b nailed year wilhoet ordering It. caetomert of laM It contain, miulr.lkna, prim, oVvriptlrm. and dtrectioei. for planting all Vegetable tnd Flower Feed.. Ileal.. Hr IIIYHtHtOllO carrtOBII frill, " Vhell, I was tickled until tltt tailor. D.M.FERR&C0.BL'. -- HOSIlTERjj VA--il For Rent! DHSIItAIU.K Or .STOHK.-IIOO.- TAKE THE- - "Yhell, Is'powso." " Then you'll havo to foot the bQL I shall let him go and flno you 10 shillings." " Do isli pooty high." "Yes; but it was a rich joke, yon know." Under the et. Attph Hole), new occupied by B K. Wearen Afply t HKXH l' MA LOHMJ .V, 4 -- m.w. roa vii s- M.CJ'OUTMA.y. - "Maybe she vhas, but I guess I let dot goose cool off now. Here is 10 shall go home. shillings, und now bid you goot day." London paper. Notice to Contractors tr EastaWostaml North I I n, Thestetnier Josle narry wat butned and completely wrecked at Reeves' Land-isixteen miles below Memphis. Six hundred and fifty bales of cotton, COO sicks of cotton eed and 3,000 feet of lumber were burned. The boat originally coat $60,000. Proooeale will bt received br tbe underalcned until JANUARY 2. lilt, lor Iht MtcKlemltltg ef Ibt New street at Ibt Kaet tad r Man oru, ay I '""" ,WUI"VILt.n ta work to be floLbed by lllh ef Htj. Htlerlal, CINCINNATI, tbe Ea.1 broken .tine. Hidden will glet price tvd, d tbt North. rt itiknr Care e Okclntatt epretden tbe road Wathlng-toJOIIXJ. JtrHUHKItTS, tnd lalar bleeping Care to Cincinnati Yk.iiC.n. Hallliaort. i'kllaJ.lobla and Maw 2M-t- d Uerk City Council out rbang. 3 XrtmllljB. IffErtS As an Invtgorant, Ilottettcr' Stonueb Jtltttra ha received th mott pollll't from eminent pbytlcltnt, aau hat lona occupied a foremoel rank araocr prop-ertlttandanl proprietary irmrdltt. ill coaJl-Uo- ea ot as aa altrratlT of disordered of th stonucb. liver and bowels, and a preventive of malarial diseases are no lets renowned, and hav been accorded rmphatla prnfcttlonal reconunendatlonA for aala by DrujwUtt and Dealer, to whoa aopljr lut llatttttcr's Alaaaoao orl IaAXlH FOH Itaelng my landeaoeeaturtd, MAEdlS. I wbb t tell Nertbwetttnd buuibweat, wllh ralac Ictplce Can on tljbl trail, Ltaltvlllt to St. Lot I,. ArmXHBT.LOUIStndlceWeel. a Mlrtltlr Ibt old Undaer hlrnkenaon farm, en lili Rletr near Walaut flat, containing II7J Ltrge tcret ot gool land In good criibborbuod brick bei.ee, itaUt tnd ertbt and olbtr bulldlnat lO Hour a wtter and plenty of Umber. Abo S3 aerae, lying UlweaJeo.T MeKaUrUtnd K. K. LOOK AT THIN Hawklna Branca.. Nice boa houei tnd brick cblnney. All undtr leuce. lleoly Are .The .Mp ta.Eiprtet Jdellyl from Loul.riUt woou. imib Illlet jurgiioe can oe naa hat Pilar Sleeping from louLvlllt la New Addma or call oa II. T. Nr.iMi;.VU.V. tork without change, arrlflag at naablogton 31 Crab Orchard, Ky. p. m. nest day lint ,,.,r3B Hoan LfUIVlt.LK lo INDIANAIVLIS.CMI-CAOtnd lb North, with bty Cvtchti tnd Ch.lr Cart through wlibtut change. nM m O gl t Stockholder's Meeting. houmio uatMfi:it, on iuwiiho o.yti jat. 18$t, lor election of nlo director, to tfftt lor year IUI. II. UUVKKH, Cathler Ahead ef All Competitors. m ab a r, A Nashville man kfcaed aichoel-teaoheand aury of tbe vWoase gve the lady $d0 damagei. This, however, is a fancy figure, and should not be regarded aa regulating tbe price of klwe in Tennessee. There are no doubt pretty, girls in tbe old Volunteer State, who, for, and in consideration of love and flection' and oat dollar In hand paid (tbe Whereof I hereby acknowledged) e could hi kissed until their, would curl up into, Inextricable knots in ' ratification of the blissful bargain, and who even then would feel that they had not more than half earned the money. We inake,tht statement txcaas if the fWO story gets afloat tbe Northern press will raise a bowl and charge that a new scheme has been set on foot at the South to keep Louisville Commercial. off immigration. lueclous-mo'uih-ed pay-me- at back-boa- ent public speakers to regard with distaste the abridgment of their speeches by tho reporters. And in America some clever burlesques of real speoches havo been written to show what nonsense might bo expected if verbatim reports wcro to bo published. I do not know, howovor, that a speech has over been accurately reproduced precisely as delivered until now, when the reportors in tho Legislative Council, moved by the attacks mode upon them in o discussion on Ilanwird, thus literally and exactly reproduced tho remarks of Mr. Hay, ono of their chief assailants (tho report may not be so utterly ludicrous as somoof the American burlesques, but it has tho advantage of being strictly what it purports to be, averbatim report): r "TIia anartAraniiff1ftt tint reporters eaglit not to jbo 'the ones to Judge, oi waat is important not w Bay what should bo left out but tho members can only judge what ia important. As I as my speeetics as tho reports aa what I say is reported sometimes, no ono nobody can till no one can understand froii tho rpoU Mhat it, is it has what swfta. So it strikes struck mo certain matters things that NEW ABTKBTIsEXEStTft. mMtlnroflh. aloekhoM.ri of tbt Kttlontl Bank of lliutonilllt will U htU at their banking A Stockholder's Meeting. AuiMtUijtif lh8tockhMtnof th Flrit Na-tioBink will bsbeM at tbelr Uoklnj bouM la S, IWt, lorlhs purpo SUoforJ, on TuJ7, ftlcctlox eltTtaDlrKtart to serrs far lbs eniulog 7 dJe, 1$ JT. Jfeltonr.HTS, Cahler. J, Ja For Sale Privately on lllotnitn Creek, blue-gran ! J. iatba , far growing aiy crop lulled to tbli part of IhaiiiteauJ It well adapted to crtwlnt iotcco. Tbt tni(roreinenU contl.t tf a fraint dwelling of 7 roooitwun porcDottnu rtnar, a wciiikwmi wa A meeting afthaStocfchoIdtri of Iht Ftrmsri ter near tbt door, a good iarn, iuui afa wagon Nll6cl ank will b. btl I st their btnkl-- K bout ihtd ,nd other BMMurr out bollJlBtt. An or tnSUoford. onTuMltr. Jo 8, 1ISI, for th chard, atock water abundant and couTenlint Ac. ot electloj sins Ulrectort la Mrrt lit Ibt tat- Tbt fencing on tbt creek It uutly of tlout. Den-t- f tling jtir. of llmUr for lenclng purputrt tnd fencrt moat-l- y Location li In good repair act. is. J. if. vitnitKw.wmtT, Cburcb,K.hool tnd mill, I win tell convenient to ibt property low and on taay ttrnii tt partite deetrlng a bout or will divide It to anil tturcruaera. If not told by Mir. I I will rent to reliable cu tlet JIJfi.Jl.A.JIKItSrKlttJKll. pur-po- ts Stockholder's Meeting. IOfler foraattprlrtttly my ftrn ot 231 B- -t Nicholuilllt .tCirJV.tltuiiedTmllrts F.ot county la Jeaurulnt Tbt and cloteraojl. In gooj budliln Btalrranu and Heaw-Peekivia tbt UA M. R'y bavt Through ltyCoache en all trains. Hut no mldnlgkt chttgre. Arrivt tt (!. Loo 1 J boon la adetnc el ether llnetlheitby aecurlig raort that for miking cbtngt ol etrt and getting futt Choice of setls lo cart of couoetUng line. -" laadrtnceor other Hoe to loftrfcrteJa prl ratal y at low prlcta tad en Chletge aad lb only lint glelnt ladlaoapollt as.1, lit patron. 12. eerf retMuablt l.rma. OYER M?IFTV lltidtleaxtbtaaorefUaNteMgt. 1 K TorT.V I.UTH la ibe North at llmtu ef tbt iat ticket, rttet, llmt. mtpt, Ac apply to city of Stanford, liar than half nl then are within a third of a milt ol tbe Court Hoeaa. and a Ticket Astatt el connecting Usee or aJdrtet K.B. lIKOWN.Moulhern Iluueoger Agt.. number of tbemwliblo tiwo,thlfi oft mlbt of 8. K. Cor. Fourth A Main tu , Loul.rllle. the Junction depot, tionenlly located for per. merged Is builettt or bavt taiploymenflir w. w. r&xvopr, w. torn tbetpolnL Otn'lMta. tu. shattuc. Tbett loll trt the very beet end moat betutlful-l- y aad conitnltntly allotted for rttlJanrea that J. P. HILL, raaatagtr Agtat, tabanoa.Ky. bait tter been oflerei for lal la HlaaAird, tnd my prceeandltnnitrttuihatttpleetl In tbe lwer ol toy Indu.trlout man I tecur ont of tbem lor a ho.se. Tber til front SDnntwtlrta. whleb h.vatu.t been opened, tbt broidetl tad bell la SlinforX Thetoll lite rich a any lo Kentucky Moat of tbt lini leu ItTtl at to I ri aire nt grading and Ibe etry ueet wen water can b nai ti a deplb or from -- VALUABLE- Stanford Town Lots for Sale ' XECEl STTlfT NEW YOHK, 1884. tlitr If ta TftU it feet. They will b to A 20) told to coot but whtlt peraani, map of them can bt tetntt turoBlrt. mo. II'. 11. HMVr.Ktt. btulurd, Ky. About allllon conlea of Tnw Mnw I,... goo out ofoureaUblUhmtot during Iht past 12 HI AH CARTELS ZOJIuio. Jlauly, l'.0,Xy. 18SJ. of 1881. Harper's Weekly. ILLUSTRATED. Uirpir". Weekly tttndt it Iht head of Amtrlcia lu.tr. ted weekly Jourot't, By lis unparllaan poelllon In pollllca. Ha admlrablt llluetrallon. Ill carefully choaeo ttrlilc, abort itorlat, aktlcatt, tod poem,, contributed by th fortoioit arllttt tod author, of ibt day, It car r lee Instruction and II Harper's Bazar. IXIiTJSTBATBD. at one tbt ntott brilliant and utaful lloutehold Journalt In tslattoce. It It Ibt acknowledged arbiter of fiehloc In tbll country. Iufublon platet art thtntweitaod mott rtfUib and lit pttlef n tbett tuppllmenlt and economic tlont ire worth many timet Ibt coat ol tubtcrlp- lion, it luuairtiioni oi annceuieworc art iron, Rtck nwlcho and rcflere all tho troibtet Incithe beat aourcet. Iu llltrarr and trtltllo uerltt dent to a bulout tuto oflb ytum.snch at art of Ibt blghett order. Ilaitortti, poemt tnd I.'aaiet, Drowtlnrtt, Ul.tntt alter ttlce, eeuyt are by Iht Brat American tnd European I'll a la tba Bide. Ac. Wbllo tbelr raoH rasuC-ali- aumora lit cuoiceinpiciurti wouiu nil succtt bat bctii tbowa In curing and Ita bumoroul cute trt tbt inoet ttnut. jng to be found to any Journal In America. A boat of brilliant notellleiar promised for 1811. llirper't Batar l I CURE I I appear of itspertaseo what tho memaro someber thinks times left outomittcd. The reporters the papers points aro reported I mean what the paper musks oi interest is reported. I can't compliment tho reporters." It can hardly bo douicd that by taking him hum at his ha word, given Mr. Hay they havo ha hu ha a hum a quid pro quo. Sine the first af January there has been London Qeniletnan's Magazine. ituld In tbe Louisville market seirly 84,' 0 000 hbdi. of tobacco, which ia about Thu following from tho Allegan Jour-mi- l hbdi. more tba was ever sold (n a has mete than a local application; whole year before. Tbe quantity at Bar- " Pooplo who whth to read tho Journal ley I uiore than douUe that K seM la should take it, aad not impose upon aay previous year, and yet &e supply has tkolr neighbor's pocket and patienoo by not been equal to tbetlewaAiL (Fr Wowowiag ihe papr regularly, and, k eat prespect the dealer In that city thlsk eM cases, regularly growling out n disthey can find ready tale for from 65,009 to like which b quite inconsistent with 75,000 bbik. of Hurler tobacco Ia the Bxt tlteir aet of borrowing." twelve month. Becaw of the searclly of A aegro " fbtted froten to death tkeoJd, the Bw crop do and will eeatln-- u 13,-00- a, o Headaeb.rt Cartcr'sUttlo Llrrr nili an tqstlly valotbl ta Cou.llpallon, carina aad prereaUoa' this aanojtngcumpUlnt, wbUtlbry alto correct llarpei'a til dltordnt of tba itoraach, stlmulatt tbt llrer Uarper't aodrcfiilateUwlwwrU, Krca U Utrj only oand Uirptrt SICK thouundi of American bout. Itwlllalwiis be Iht tlu oftht publl.htr to tbt Harper'a Weekly ibt mott popular and Ititcllvt lanillr ntwepaperln tbt wirld, and, la th purtutnetof lhl.Je.lgn, to preteot t eonittnt Imiroreuent la all Ibcet leature. which hit gained for It tbtcootdenct, timptthy, snd of IU larg army of reader. enierlalnmtntto make lup-po- rt HARPER'S PERIODICALS, HARPER'S PERIODICALS J a'.n a au TED -. ...... Masailne.-..M 00 Harptr't Magatlnt.., YEAR. KM 4 (0 Harper'i Young People ...-..- ... 160 year Uarper't Franklin Squtr Uarper't 1'aanklln oVjuar Library, on year .. (51 Humben- )10 00 . . (H Number.) 1000 rotttg Fret lo all tubccrlbtri In bt Unlttd Ppiti4 Fret lo all luUicrlbtri la tbt United 6tatet and Canada. Btsttt or Ctatds. The Tolumat of tba Biitr Lenin with tbt Srat Tht Volumtt of th Weekly Legln with th flrit Number lor Januirr of each year When uo lime Number lor January oleach year. Whtana tlm er Itmttllootd, It wllltxundtrilood that tbt ll mentioned. It will btundtrilool that th wlihee tocommtoc with tbt Number Beit wlibtt to commtnc with tbt NumUr titer in rercipi oi oruer. receipt of order. Tbt latl tour Annual Yoltniet ef Uarper't Ba-u- r, ptsl liter four Annual voiuiuea or Harper'i Tntlett la neat cloth binding, will h wnt by mill Weakly, In binding, pottatt paid, or br txprtaa, Iret of eipeoM (pro--it mall, potl( nttt tUlh eiprttt, will bot tent by paid, or by tree eiptntt led tbe frelirbt doet not eicted one dollar Mr (protldel Ibelrtltibtdoe not tzcted on dollar Toluut.) for 17 00 per volume, 00 per tolumt. each volume. aultabU M bind-lo- r, ptr eolumc), for 17 Cloth Cum lor MM .W.HU... .UIMUII UVIH will b tent by mill, poatpald, on receipt of log. willVMM I, by mall, puttpalj, on W. U1Ubt teat recelpl of ot It OOttcb. ft 00 tach. rott-Off- lc KtmltUnct ihouU bt madt ty Foet-OflMontteullttnctbouldbtuadiby Honey Ordtr or Srtlt, to avoid chance ol Iota. ty Order or Drift, to noil chine ol low. Newapapereatenot tocopr tbli tdrtrllaemeut Ntwepapert art not to copy tbll adt wllatutat without lb txerttt ordtr of Hurst A UavTuaas. without tbttpreetordicof Harper a Hrotbtrt. Hasrxa A Itaorusai, New York Addrett HAHf EK L BHOTHEkW. Nt York. Addtett . who Ache thry wonM btalmott prlcclct to the rortu-satti- T saSV-- r rora this dlttrettbig complaint I but and thdr goodoct doct no t end btro, plllt tboH rjla. who one try them will flsd tht llttlt ablt in to many wait that tbey wlllnot b wrttliAS WUowWwuttbcm. But alter all tick hes4 HEAD ACHE -. B.nr.-- . Harper'a Young People..- - Weekly.............. .m Ulriry, ont , CO 4 1 00 Harper Uarper't Wekly t Btitr. ..... IN 4 CO hivvwu, ivuiiuuaMBaa wiMiom. touna uoctnotind aaot wit longtnough to reach from 1'rlotlog Hou.t lop of Mount Cnptrnlcut 1 a tht moon, then beck to 1'rlntlng Houtt mum tnd then thret Quartan of Ibt wtr lack to iha mm tgaln. ButThtBun liwrlllen far th Inhtbltaati o ,"1 of latUltec would .h1.' gird It th glob 27 or IS lime. llittry only bnTirofTtitilan during tbe lut year. ont hour on r It, and wit aitni wife or grindftlbtr bat .pent toolbar hour, if hitntwtnt. thl per bat afforded tbt human race thirteen thou-rin- d jearaol.tea.lr reading, night tnd day. I tit only by lltllt calculation lilt Ihete we can form any Idea of tb limitation of tail lb moat popular of American newipapen, or of It lodutnce on lb opinion! and sctlona of Auitrlcia men tnd women. Tbt Bun ie snd will continue to U a ntwiiarer which tell th truth without fcir ol cooeeiutnctt which gttt it lb fad no muter bow much th procett cotti, which rtprttouU Ibe ntwt of all th world without watt of word tnd la lb moat rtadtblt ihtp. which l working with all lit heart tor tht ciuat of boneet gortromeot, sad which therefor; belltvtt that tht Krpubllctn ptr. ty uiiil go, tnd mutt go la thlt coming jeir of our Lord, ISsl. If you know Tbt Sun, you Ilk It already, you will read It with atcuelooitd diligence tnd tnd profit during what It tun to be lb mott UttretU log year In lit bl.torr. If you do not yet know Tbe bun, It ll high time to git Into tbi.uo.htne. TERMS TO MAIL BUB3CRI0EKS, TbiNTiraltdllttniolTh Sua ar tint br mill atlTh-buirlQlliQ. tou ...il.l ..I . ..all.mu.. &..l tuliI...Utt .rjMr .inur- Kiipvi luiereaiiug "a v,i.pi.wHi,.u to Malaaiiil tattitlall ihfMm,is. tquirttotbt '."'J"! ii w' Tt t bsUbo af so snuy llr that her I anak our treat tioatU Oat fill cut (ftfefcf whrw wbU li dAeduionH)t7.,',,,m0'',h'Wll', W,", 8ua .. Hnanir.llltfht um. Thl. ..i.a ..t. n,v. ninr. .o,id;'p,,i;,u. citTrt ' ib. icnuoMi isierett to tTer;bdr, tnd llltrarr rerlew.ofnew Uokicflh. tlgb.il lulul.li. ,..!!.. , ,! merit. I C'uttr' LUtl llrer W" artycrysaaallsaa very cat y to take. CnicrtwoiillttiMkotdota. They art strictly vii'Ubl ani do. bo ajdiM or h rarac, bat by their gontl action pl , VMiTaera, la vlalt at K4 cental I",- by dcujrUt evwyvbue, aat by uall. do not. WlHLT-- lt a tear. Eight matter of Ike th dally laautti saXriculturtl but ' parlweut,,! unequalled V?lff ma,kii7U lorU aad llttrary. KltotlO atdTlomtttU InUlIU aocuaktTh th lafa,y'f,ier,,f ia"? to sell for good prkn. yeetetday, on the almt of Atlaata. CAKTER MEDICOE CO., New J Yk. To,UU" " --7tUl5 H. K.J3 LA XB, PuUkhtr, T. IhHi, Few York City, rrrwriwIwKTwuTftHHiwtAacrlPHKnrnT Ski-?R8Mk- HohlHrr. Mtet CHrrHKtBH)tK WpHhkwhI Farm Whkhih, At., mm wbhpjwhiI tmy r Tril.l. R. TtlM.IAMM. IIhk(ahtI1Ic, KcHtttcfcr. i 17 pofile one by an outhouse In which were noted Ihe Ireiiitrei f hi trade. In rart. Here wa In one corner a great bolter like Twilvc ponnda of nice hrawnangir for a deep rait kettle in which he boiled the Dwewto 19, 1883 IlfUlitACutr.n'. 8tashrlf Ky to imkein rtoxt lo soik hi herring T. K. Walton hi rrmoTfd hli utock of net to mike Ihem laming. Thi "barklne.' M ItWl. TIME CARB. .4 Kromtts, Ae, to Bright' old slat)!, corner aiitt technically termed, preaervee the l M r. M. Mdl-- and Somsrsst str1a. Mlltrt1nfl"f Nftrth. delicate net fabric wonderfully. They lie 1 M r. M, &ulli gsprwslrsla" Hmith,. I 01 A, M, in the tin revrril days, and thu treated we rn Korh. .21 A.N, theDon't forget can hare clo'rd ourInstore fu Nat five or ilx years, or even more. The only be fonnd the corntr and cod lines are slmilirlr soaked and the ll ture at the one store, Ow'ley'e old stind op L0CML NOTICES. of the boats, which iccounli for the yellow. IlrlghtA Curran. poiltt Bur Faint of Penny A McAIlsttr. neM of the boat canvass, often noNick nlojlc of birthday curd at Tennr A John Youko, stld to b from Oirrard, ticed but not understood before. John' McAIJsW. wm drunk and dliinlerly en the street boiler when not uaed for bark l utilized Standard read; mixed print at Me Silurdiy iftrrnoin, and when Mirthat for boiling Ibe clothe in Ibe family washBoWt A ing. Along the rafter of the out house Jot, HaaA Hog ChoUra Cure, Ptnay NiwUud went to arrrtl him he Mowed fight. A well directed lick with hi billy A McAllstcr so! agtnU, hung a dozen or more hollow floala of 0M1 and he Brand new mock of iwy thin? In tin noon brough' Young to hi heepskln, about the sire of a peck measjewelry line it Penny A MeAllsttr'. km lead with the "grlpperi" to the lock-oure, and uaed In quanlilie In Ihe herring Watch w, Clock and Jewelry repaired where h rpent the night. A fine of V fiiblngfor buoy-- ; empty herring baakeli and warranted by Penny A McAlitttr. ell, Hyattevill and BryanUville will ihlp and aorae temporarily filled wfth otitoe-, wi iMrd igilnst him. For ronttw, cold, At, uw Compound We bare arranged for old 8inta Cliui on in average 180 a year. Three hundred the second Ir.dtspensible article rf diet and fiOc Syrup While Pine. Put up In from one county I a good yield, fiah being Ihe first; with a barrel half full bottle. Trial sli 10c. McUoberti A to bt at our store on tnmorriw, Wednes-day- . but thin doe not Include the wheat ground of wlted herring In the corner, comtl'titing We invll all, old ml young, lo Into flour and ihlpped from four large the sheet anchor of housekeeping, com and shake htnda with him Hit mill In PERSBNAL. the county. Otore Drnny A Co. e Ihe ttock. In a biaVet little friend nmi nit fill t aec. lilln. Mm MaooibNewland, of Crib. Or hip on an average 10,000 pound of fhur just outside of Ihe doer, which John ten Parents, come nd bring your children; he chard li rWlin- - bete. per week 520,000 pound in a reir. Add derly uncovered by llfiini a hit of oil cloth, MhJohm H FiiH.or Mt. Vertian It worth reelog. He lll rrceire cilteie to thi 200,000 pound of tobicco ind it s If from Ihe face cf a aleepirg' infint from 10 to 12 m ,21 to H and 7lo8r u, Kribe, raide firing rl'lt lo Stanford, Hit will be reen that Girrard draw a very ind then looking it tu with eye of admir poslltttlr for one dy only, No one ihould good urdaj. r. f rerenue. Twenty ca.rlo.di of hemp ing inquiry, if expecting confidently fill to mo hlra Admlidon Free. Mo have been i 8am M. Caro, of Loo!- -, Ma ablpped during the fall and win- tbe ejaculation "how lovelv" we raw about here on hi way to Liberty to lat!fr" in the lllhtr! A Kug. ter by Ilurmlde ISroe., Dunciu, GUI and fifty haddocx lines, all nicely colled and Ilolniee tire. MAHMACES. o'ler, with muaiel baiti on, softly pillowed on M. C. HAurLEV, J. VT. Alcorn. Joikik Lat week Mr. P II. Idol flew on the GEO. 0. BARNES In SCOTLAND clein, green grass and dispoaed with skill R. C, Warien and M. Peyton Lave gone to and order, alt ready for the first boat that wing of love, with Mi Jennie K., diugh the Liberty Court. went tore. We did honestly admire it, Wm. Rarrktt and wife, nre MIm ler of Mr. John F. White, of tht vicinlly, Mr after we took in the situation, and ourgood who it not yet eweet ilxleen, to Cincinnati, Hallit Apperran, of KIchmood, Va , on PETrKHEAl,SC0TI.AD, 1 John reemed satisfied with our unaffected NovEMiien 20, 18S3. j their bridil tour, are spending a few day hoping there tocoartmoiilethelr happice a Dnr Iltrlr t surprise. Had we falteredon that basket of with her slater, Mr. Judge J. 31. Pbitlpr, by manlage, even though the old folkt op. Pe'.erheid ii flanked by pleaaant haddock b lit, I doubt whether any subseMr Joe Aiiehm, repnwenling the poied it. Dot they were not lo drink palche of meadow running out for nearly quent good work or wordi would have Webster Wiron Co., tt Moundirllle, V. to icon nf the cup of bile for Mr. Idol a mile on radiating rod. I wondered for our shortcoming, or restored ua Va , it in town arranging with Mr. Grorge could not iweir lit lore wm the proper at teeing o much gran hnd and o Utile to hi full favor, though he might have D. Weiirn to ict at agent for the company age and a llcenre wi therefor nnohtaina ble. The police and the ntwrpaper rerort cultivation to near a city, until I learned tolerated ui for our "work take." Once in Ibi lection or pieaaant green are in a fisherman ha Its limit, aa in all of ui , era got alter blm and he barely got away ia men aireicnt LOCAL MATTERS. retl. He nude it however and rtaerved for epreding the net of the her by reason of the eirtblnesa of the vend. Entering the house where tbe good wife with MIm White then Bel to Cbitianooga, ring fiahen in the Vaion." "All there ItU cold tsotsgh for now. the TTmn tell the rut of (1ld an cotton and cork," aaid our worthy smilingly awaited us, we noted the cleanly-lande- d Tenn , and we Bio lot of new floor, the general ccxlnesi of the Juit rteeired by T. Ihe ttorj: Lilt night there occurred at cbaperone, John Buchin, "in July ind Au K Wilton. for the little apartment and the amazing number the Ilia. Htuie, In thle city, cue of thoe guat." An icre rtnt for about for thi India of things (lowed away in the one room Hr.l rcmartte of real Hfr, the 8 wtek. When not in u Battue, a old child of Mr. da-rui- n C. Vino f, died Friday ifler a few hour' frrqutr.l recurrence of which give rite to penubleparpote,the grata la paatured to which reemed to le parlor, dining-rook ann kitchen in one. A tall any-stocthilexpati'ton o well known lo almoil the city folk who keep cow. Thuatbe , Hint. owner rexllti a belter income than if the "grandfather' clock," which John told me We hart' lust received an elegant Use every rain ind woman in the world, land werecartfullf cultivated It ctrlIn cost him Id 10 hillings, had perched be"Live laugh at LockemlthV Mr.l II. ly add I to the beiuty of French cindte-- . for the Holiday trade. of the quite piclur side it a little American ticker, for which Idol, of Dinville. Kyn and MIm Jennie Bright Curnn. While, of 0fr,ford,Ky., long plighted lo erque landacipo in Ihe rear ind to tie he hid only piid 12 shilling, but which at The esse of Hajden v. Hart appealed each other in loiemn troth, arrived at the eideetf our plrinnt city. Tt.e herring every defiant wag of its pendulum seemed from Ihi county, ba been affirmed by Ihs hotrl and the necefeiry ptpera having been arc not caught by dragging them out ra to be saying saucily to it bulky neighbor, Thanking our friends, one and all, for their generous patronage during the mam In the bag cf the net, after our man- - "I can go fiater and tick louder than you Court cf Appeal. prevlomly prepared, joined their IIvm ntrof aeinlng our riven and pond at old fellow, beside having an alarm that past year, and soliciting its CDntt'nuance, we are, respectfully, IUr. II. II. Sneed performed Ihe For cheap acd good good go to the cornborne; but the net, made of very fine can raiae noice enough to scare yon out of wedding ceremony and the fond young er of Maw A Botaerset afreets, instead of atrong cotton about like carpet thread (I your long box." A very EPMTSTON & OWSLEY. lit couple rped on tbeir war to Florida with the Poaloffio etoie. an old fragment picked up In the lie clock it is, fully and a heart aa light a the moit jnyoua hope tnd etrtet a a rprcimen) each 10 fathom deep cheeky s "Young America." Overhead, Ir yon want to make two oul hippy, csuld make Item. (00 feet) by 20 fathom long (120 feet) are bagging lightly through the floir of slats, buy your sweethtsrt a box of candy from coupled together, CO in a row. and let were heaped tbe herring nets, duly barked LANO, STOCK ANU CROP. B. 8. Myers, the boss cindr man. down, Jtone.at regular intervila, acting ai mended and in a anug place for safe keepIIori were relling in Cincinnitl ing. They await the busy 8 weeka or Come and we our price gun, watch and ilnken ind circular cork, 4 Inch in di July aud August, if they ever come.next 6 cent. at In clock, tiemetbleg new. Olren away to ameterand 1 locbea thick, are placed at boxes and lockers, on shelve and hanging J E Bruce jld a lot of boj avenging tome one of our cnitomer. Bright A, over 300 lb , to A. T. Nunnrlley at Scent' frrquent Intervali-- uy eufpeuded from hooks and mils, are stow 15 or 18 Inchei ed in profusion the needful article of Curnn; '" J. M. Hall ahlppe 1 to CIneinnttI, yea for floiler. The fi.h run igiimt the net hourehoid and kitchtn necessity. Tbe Inihoal', run their headi through the place seem "tightly stowed" and yet room The finit mow if the eeaeen fell here erday a car load of 1 300 lb. citt'e for Preeents the compliments of the season, and begs to b&j that be is meahei and atlck by the Klllr: the neta are to move around in; all this stuffing but FrlJiy night, corering the ground prrlty which he piid 41 cent. prepared to serve his customers with the 1'ioroughly and Sunday there wai aeupple The Midway Oi'pprreiyiTbo P.rrl.b lifted by aeclloni, Ibe flab ahaken oil Into thickening the wall and adding to the following goods : warmth and comfort of the apartment In mental fall of nearly an loch. ratted 35,000 lb, of tobacco on 30 icre the boat and the net dropped overboard winter. A cheerful coal fin hn a tmoked .. and told it at an avenge of 13 cent per again for a frt ah haul. The fineneu of the haddock for Saddle," a tbe afOrmixa of Cbrietma Triz generally at thread ured wa a wonder to me, Cotton Ii fectionately call that delicate fiah), grilling nonnd. T. It. Walton', eroer-MJA Seounei A Co, of Denver, bought of uaed for It elasticity. Linen thread would before it, held on a perpendicular rpider Border IrttU, (Wedseday.) You rre Snyder Bro., of Georgtlowo, Texa, over cut tht hradiof the fiah off with it an! broiled is a johnny rake ii toaaled invited to oome and lee tha. 29,000 head of cattle and 400 boraer; fcr hrpne. Cod, iinj ml haddocc and a clean cloth and a nicethecup of tea , amoking' cake flanking an taken with book of varioua alia and hot and savory haddock and the lunch ii Fancy-GroceriesThe dbptar of Holtdir Good by Mc (000.000 caah. Tht McPberion farm of 300 acrtr,lying ltnea of variou itrength. The biit for the ready for ua. Our kind friend want us lo Rot rU A Bug g wit never excelled In Stan ford before. Additional Heck arriving da! on Dix River, in thi county, will be rent- latter la a email, yellowlah murrel, taken tee how a fiahermtn lives, and here ii fin, bating the tea, perbip is a regued to the hlgheat bidder at Stinford on In great quantille in the different Firth ly. Don't fall to make ue a vliiu beverage. ''We eat fresh fish and potabelow brought up and planted imong the lar Jinuiry lat. W. M. Daddenr. cake; and when tbe to with the The young folk art talk log of getting Muter CsmmlMioner Welch old covered rccki on the jigged beich, fresh slvra out we fall back on ihe herring . up a Maiquarade akato at the opera hour Batumay, not, icre or land lying near when they tika hold by their anchoring barnl; that t our stand-b- y in bad weither," during tht Holiday, The former b lluatonvllle, the property of the late Char lentaculal and are taken np a wanted by uys our hospitable entertainer. Eeady-Mad- e We finished the haddock in a trie, for proved to bo both eeful and enjoyable. ley Hirrie, lo W. J. Canon, o( Pulaakl the flaherman. Each boat haa It own nlant cod Mra Buchan had done it lo a turn; i 25 prr acre aod 124 acrt of knob of bait, marked out by a row of atone rr sad look our leave In due time, but not beA TtMtLY and well eoniidered ippetl to at $45 lind near the Cay line, to J. H. Miller other identification. The cod fore John bad ahown tbe girt KK armor T tht citHitM of Ltaeelo, to net at one In aod ling (atill larger) muat have a dainti of hooks, large and amail, for nod and "had Queens-ware- -, regard to Mooring tht road lo Nubvlllr, forf0. plaited tbe hone hair anooda on Yetteidiy wai Danville Court aod er bait and art fi.hcd for with herring, In dies;" hid hooks are fastened, to show them appe.ru la which tbe Readhandgo dpi. H. T. Uuah rvorta iilee a follow): bit or whole. Tht winter fiahlng 1. preca"-riou-a how It was done; had them deftly, tied on a to work. About 300 cattle on market, mottly ilop-peand diaappoinling, At hook with strong linen thread in a roost and rapid way; had hauled out an PLAIN and Fancy Chrlatmaa C.ndln, bet grade etlllng at 6 to 5J per hun- pment haddock are beirg taken and the net that Nut. IttUIoi, Orange, Ltmen, Date. dred lb, iloppen and common 4 to 6 eta. weather for Ihe paat week bta been good old basket with aa jiffy la it en hi needed And many other articles too tedious to mention. Choice FLOUR made at mending and in knees, J. E. Farm Mill. All of the above articles at Bottom Figures. for Sahlng and correspondingly bad for had whipped out a little wis Figt, Coeoaniil, 1'ranuU, Cracker, Chreee, There wu a good demand for i shuttle with net , took and I could have (old 1,000 head If Lai "fiahr n of men." But winter la the best thread upon it, aod exposirg a rent in the Pickle and canned good of every decrlption, now open at Bruce, Wir had them. 1 old mule $83, no hone of- ition for holding meeting along the aeine, proceeded in the moat bnainesa-Hk- t fered. manner, skillfully to mend it, which he coit. reaACa.'. Wherever we go of couraewe fill In with did with incredible dexterity, leaving ui to GARRARD CPU NTT DEPARTMENT. The firaou Login' Fort ftim, pirtly la particular people, who are with us more wonder bow those hands, hardened by pull ing oar and ropes, could do auch delicate the limlti of Stanford, will be oflVred for Lancatttr, than other. Here among the fisher-folStill has the lead. Nothing will work with a lightne-- s of touch that would rale on the 29th. It It a mot deilrah! "Crow" Dillou bought a turkey that the man who retmi to have taken a special hare done credit to a fine lady bending over be more acceptable as a family pure m a whole, or divided, aa proposed 1 welgheM 27 pound afur it wi drctacd, inttreat In us, and we, also in him, ia John her tambour frame. And not till be had the adverliiement which appear elrewbere which he will eod Bo.ch.an. The name i a common one in run to the herring barrel and brought a lo hi brother-in-laChristmas and then carefully scraping Inlhlalaiut, at Cincinnati for a Chrlatmaa gift. Peterhead. The diatrict 1 called that and fish, soaked It it tide, showed ua the perfect imprest of B."M. Burdetl and wife left Monday the village one milt north, where I preach- - the meshes of a net on th A uniok Chriitma tree In which all tba Mrs. M. D. Elmore. Mrs. A. inner akin of the churcheawill laka a band, will be relievid morning for Florid, wbtre they will re- ej tht unt Bundiy alter wt came, ii called finny wonder: tellmtr ui thit there was the K. Denny, Mrs. Mary Bowpattern of the pet that wai used lo capture of it loid of viluable en Cbriatmai night, main levenl niootba, Joe Walton and Bachanbaven. Tbt one two miles below ii man aod Mrs. J. H. Shanks rigni on tne sain oi tne victim. And l have lately ornamented their Tuenliy next. The tree will grow on the w.fe, of Maaon ountr, will keep houae for Bodim ind there the mme of Stephen pre- it learned a spiritual lesion there that turned dominate. Thi give ua a the two moit that fish, held in a plain fiiherraan't band, kitchtn with one. tape of Ihe opera houie and a 8aU Claua them lo their a bunco. Joe P. Turner bought tbt Dr. Burdetl common patronymic in Peterhead the Into an open book. How eaeh one of ua lncotum will deliver the pte.eoti. tHsSll&BUfl AttAJ HsDaiafafli farm for $0,000 and removed hi family Stephen and Buchan. John I one of tht beurs upon his own person tbe sign of that A vouxa nun nimed Mihin, from Wil thert lait week, Sam Yanti bought of litter tribe and an Israelite tndeed.tn whom which is to surely ensnare and capture him. A illvery scale, flashing like bur liamiburg, fell, or wu ahoved from tht pa Pollard A Huffman about 80 acre of land ii no guile." A abort, thick-ael- , muscular nlthed silver, may conceal It, but surely It Is almost as familiar in every engtr Iriln a It left here Saturday, and on the Lexington road at f 80 per acre. man, with honest gray eye and grixtled I there; and thanka ba to God, who will household as Santa Claua him-ffl- f. wu badly hurt about the head, In addition Mr. J. C. Thompwn bta finUhed the hair, fact deeply pitted with small pox; not hive a rule that will not "work both . I have also the CHAM. to getting hii note broktn. At tht train Improvement on hi elegant jewelry alore gilt a regular tailor' roll, a it on boat' ways;" we may also "bear in our bodies" of Ihe LORD Jesus, and Ihe very the HON and AVERY Steel waiiioppeu anu toe young man taken on Dinville atrcet. The room baa been deck meeting the motion of a rough ee; a sign work of what hai tiken u willing captives Plows. Corn Shelters with and aboard we were unable to get further par lengthened lererat feet and aa artUtio Iron pleuint but not too broad Scotch brogue; lor ever and ever, .frits the lAmUl railing erected In the rear end to prevent perfectly ported In m a ratine matter and tlculart, And then when our dear friend John had without Fans, Cutting Boxes, Pumps, &?,, and eveiylhlng kept in a Fitst-Ulas- s bUhand-aorn- t alway willing to communicate hi varied a a parting bit of information shown ui i Hardware House Groceri", Harness, Stoves, Tinware, &c. et for the time, the young ladiet from kidnaping how muasel from the and polite awiatanl, El Morrow, lore of above all, a deu taint of thick to open athe Utile break for tht trial of 6am Holme, at Liberty, not to side, so the delicate whom for "hooting with Intent to kill, Marahal men the ladle proaounet a noblt tpeel the LORD, and the very man we like to monel that was lo win torn hungry fish lo laW .Sbbbbbbw EJ. DavUob, at tbt lime he killid Sheriff -- Mine Fleecie Cook, Miry R)blnon meet and talk with, A day or two ago he ask- bis hook. mJ, further, tbowed u how In put this halt on tbe hook, twisting It 'round Napier. Tbt Judge ought either to re and Weed Logan ipent Sunday In Stanford ed the girl and myself, at we were out for and around so that Ihe nibbling swimmer quirt a trial now, or Bit IM cam away with charming Ml l.ula McKlnney, Geo, a walk to come to hi house and tee how a must set faat If he wishes to indulge his plain fisherman and hi family lived. appetite, b let without leave to retaliate, It I a ytij old Denny, Jr., go, after one of Ihe most ui retained from a builne "The Rhoeehrada" where John' cottage Is, enjoyable hour we have spent in a long and a very eoatly trip to Dakota. Hugh Logan unable to while lie next tbt beach, ind none bat . Joae lo this letter a a little We preaent our reader tht morning attend to btMtse, owing lo lllae-Minhibit Iti precincte. The houae are Some miyob-i-o- t with a double hwue of the piper aud will Salter I the father of another "bouncing heaped together with narrow, and at pres loo fiahy; but renumber we are it mfi'Mng town and If "when we are in Turkey we do o again next Fridry, when a number of hi j," which wa born SaturJay. Bora to ent muddy lanes, guiltiest of pavement mut do aa Turkevi do," I must need write tbt wife irliclf eprcUlly prepired by gov! writer a boy. of T. Pollard on Monday mornlB-- r for pasway and Intereectiog at many an. while her with a pen flavored with "ndon will appear, Heid being double It uaual and speak of it I find ibe A.tnt iaaunnc Company paid gles. Up out of these wt kicked our way of ocean."hope tht Inside thing fisherman's Ihem I of a me for the To my friends who have ko liberally divided t' e'r tra&-wlt- h lit, the edition will be much larger thin II. A, B. Markaburr $2,450 on hi. wheat. lo a door-wa- r a high wall that ibut off house will ia not beunlnlf resting lo those who uaual and adverllaera who are wiie will Onexauioiogbl bopke It wax found that John' little tntloiun from the public eye. rtmember past year, I tender toy sincere tlirnks and ask a continuance of your trade the that our LORD went much with Very respectfully, avail thuoj'tlTM of tht chttice to lay h bad uudertellui.led tbt amount of whtai An Irregular quadrangle of itaul 30 feet uch, aUnnd drink with fishermen and coming year. Ihtjrcardi before MVeral tbouund read in tht granary, Ihe true amount reaching If rquared, wth cne side ocupid( by tbe choie Ihem for Ihe rulers of Hit futun . a Llnffitnna. Ki.r In Taii 7eAMMBHlH"IN" 2,600 biMfeek upon which be received $2, front of the 'fithti-aitraT bouW, and tht opt ' Gco.O. bIuumn. J l! Intmirjwrral VliKT dleialT, tfi Km ( FrtreA K Wllnr.V etta en tl,t Court-hous- f mM. 459, The ffHmranee on the building, II.1 200, will be piid by the Manufacturer of Brwtop, without any contention, a Ihe hnHdlng wai valued at more thin twice that amount. The A'Ans adnler, Mr, Fond, hid no doubt m lo the fire origin lln from a ipark from the locomotive tf a pvelng train, The third utory window feeing the K C, R It, wm open and a rpirk could have had accem to Ihe building In that wiy. Mr. Forad nya they hive fre quent lowee from ilmtltr conditions. Mr, Mirkohnry will rebuild n lirgcrind more convenitnt wirehou next yrir ind it will be io conitrucled thit two or more cimcin be loaded at the aaoie time. From July 22 up to lut Wedaeadiy Mr. Mirktbury hid ahlpped 00 cir-loaof wheit and birtty from tht plicr; each oir-lofweighed 40, 000 pound, He hlp 160 car-loyear ly Hem thi point ilone. Paint Lick, Low EDMISTON OWSLEY STANFORD, KIT. i ' We will be. better prepared ring the coming year to du- 2-- car-loa- cim-plele- out-hou- SUPPLY THE WANTS Of this Community than Ave ever were. We intend that our stock of ' iiia.i13 tiik jn.oiir Dry Goods, Notions. Clothing, Boots, Shoes, llhotf lt li niee-Boot- b Hats, Trunks, Carpets, Wall Paper,&c. bed-roa- Shall be more extensive than heretofore kept in this market. g d y HI D ELMORE " fish-fol- k oat-me- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple and Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Lemons, Oranges, Apples, oat-me- n n, fint-clai- Mlnse-meat- THE JEWEL RANGE k 1 Present. THE 0LIYER! wPSS To-da- sea-lor- ce. bi 1 vtn-tnn- , u' w. ir. MiOGiwk e Semii4WKfel$Htmir$8itrnaI tMfort. Kfr ' ftrmctloit. alry ad A strong force of rebel cavartiUgryimelor Gen. Vm Dorn wWMH PWOOw MMIctI fPodi Wftft (NtwwtOfMHl "? 1"' THK rAHKXXWtlH THK HOOT. TOTientMyeuow atari are weeping ehtnlng taen mcHen gold. And Iba wlngi c( aJgM of la teoderncae. the waery my ool MTttlDfoli, Tie joy to ela lb maiden whom he worn to wed, iiaitaaTul of tbr dreadful boot Retry laving glance that fluttere to tli f ntal of hr eyta Pake derp dawn la ray heart, and tewniltefowat hl kbit potter om J Td neklNtrftld the roote era Into algae , r ftAe:, f'f ehaka my ' J m to Aa I lletan la the pallor of her aged perent'e booav And looking far beyond her throng h the trleli of thle earth, I eee the bapptnoee to which her eyee bare gina Urlh. Aad tea eoftewJ, rweetemUaton, peralytee worMly i 1 t ' ' TIH I hear soldman'a (ootatepa iwlftly creeptng r. """if wldd down the etalra. In ber twining anna I linger, bound la cbalna al flowere, And t Barer note the, dying jof tha angry, Jeeloai honre. All Iba ellngi and poleoned arrowa of tha atara worlJ ' ''I atand TBI I find mytetf npUf led by that angrr paronll ait boof. ; There la naught In art or natnra that can work with each a open Aatbabox toa of a parent, properly arpled and well; long and deeply whether I ehouid preaa mr ealt Tor lie girl, or one at law against tbo carajn with r tha boot. -Brooklyn fajte. And Aiw(om to itrttliagnWi Mrilstog 14io importance kiweelf, ef Mm captttre ef Fort Granger, Col. Williams induced Lieut Peter to o(a him to entering tho Union linos and obtaining such information as their army needed. Their schemo was lmldly concciveit and boldly earricd out. Arrayed in United States uniforms, and mounted on flno horses, their pockets filled with forged ofikrs, letters and posses, they rodo Uf to tdo gato of Fort Granger at n lato hour in 8, 1808, atvd the afternoon of odmUsioB. Tlio order tlieyVrc-sentc- d frosi tlio War Detwrtment was drawn up ia due fena,' and professed to relieve "Col. Lawrcnco W. Aulon, cavalry, United States army, and Acting Special Inspector General," from duty oralong tho llflo of jive Potonao, dered him to "minutely iaspect" the Department of tho Ohio and tlio Department of tlio Cumberland, "in accordance with special inspector's instructions" furnished from the office of tho Adjutant Goncral " Mnj. Georgo Duu-IoAssistant Quartermaster," was also relieved from duty and ordered to report to " Col Autoa." They also prcseatod a forged letter from Gen. James A. Garfield, reading as follows: Fort OfaHgtr. THK HKKT.KT!f OT A ST9HT. OCMaMUffM Amit Ot HaUb40AT A ftkcloton always foms a tseellMt Mcaratraimao, JnnaR lip. m. f Dot. 3. T, Ramr, Fa!fLmi Tlio tiro men entliue for a cMfMo, and so H prowal oort-marti. OaM a drum-heaart no aVmbt whmi ono ot Janeavillo yotwg and, It they are fovnd Id be wai fooling with a pair ot ombryoMk1 eafca, tiB tboat before mornfatg without fall trortors. One of tivem eagaged the at Ko tack men Iwr been accrooStod from tbeaa tonUoa ot tho yonag hm, while th 3, A. OARfiaUS btadqntrieri. Brlgadtcr General aad Chief ot fKaa. other atcpfMHl to a CBftKxwil, aad, tak- ih New Firm. mutual agreement tha nrra of Farrle A Ram . hnlehrr huilnail, h Jlttnlf er, doing a of, Mr tarrl- -, baring aoU hit Internt to lteuin Wllllarai. The nw Tlriu will U VIWin A Hun-ran- d will tontlnua bailneaa al tha MmatlaaJ, wkaMwabef lareealfaaeanllnainraol Ibacen ronapatroeartlen totnaoli Sfm, Wlt.l.IAH" A' rtAJtnntt vallt anrl ataai 11 IKTHOI18T,lO0TM.-H- thH Mar. at .!? C.aWit. Hi Moer4aaa,avrrlatsilat. raHaf, aeMl lh ikit. Pratae lM4r ffoewl M, etaff 8anfa T. M C. uornltHi Mff IIjj l4t IWrllBcc. . afai, rrarr ateoWHl awarr WHaeaJaf a, mm. Bw4ar la i t.H a. a. R. . Ml PVaTwMlwS - - j raator, Bertlwa attaW ii B tnif m i, u. MarrlM aa a-- ifryJT Hi waTTwaWaT?fl t Je ad p, I ponder ""a "r oiiAi'TEii of uwiurrntt JUST OKI'. CmoamLise, MesraEUBoao, Teno., I UtS0. WC8.. J f -- . . . Coloheli Tha Ma Jor General eommandiBg dtalrct ma to nj Uit b dcalrea, if ran can tpara Ite tta at praacnt, that too will tnipect hit outpoata before drawing up jour report for tha War Department at Wuhlngton HllBQdRTIBS DlrlBTMlXT Or TBI ) tou Citr. offlccri of outpoiU will aid In thU nutter to tha beat ot their abUltj. Tbo General deslrci me to giro hU reapocti to'you. I remain, very rcapcctfoJlr, your obedi3. A. OiErULO, ent aervant,. and Aiiiitaat Adja- Volunteer Chief-of-SUUnt OtEcrsL Col L. VT. Antos, Ciralrr, Special Inapector Oeneral. A forged pass from Gen. Garfield was All commandiog In tlio United Service Magazine, 6ol. William F. Fro&scr has a remarkable paper, containing an account of a hitherto unwritten chapter in the history oi tho late war. Tho article' itseif 'to an extract from a volume booh to be ' Amlro aid WjlHaiM : X&trangS riistonoAParalleTof Trcseon in Two Wars." And it derives additional interest from tho inaittier 'ia. which President Garfield was oonsocted with J tho incidents described. In. brief, it is tho story of the capture and summary execution of two rebel spies, one of whom was a lineal descendant of Mrs. Tho writer traces George Washington. a parallel between tho caso of- - Maj. An dro and that of GoL Williams, and reo gards it as being nt.lcist a singular yoars after tho that oighty-thrchanging of Andre, by order of Gen. Washington, a lineal descendant of tho should have wifo 'of the latter boea. huagjferithe saeaa offense. re? TbeTstofy, in fthet periodical well told, f erred jto, is oxeeMingl but is too long, for reproduction hero. As briefly as possible we will attempt to give an idea of the leading points in coin-denc- and an orderly started in pursuit, and overtook tho pair about COO yards from the fort. Quietly and pleasantly Col Watkins asked Uicm to return, as Col, Baird desired to send a message to Nashville." For one moment, with his hand on hispistol, Col Williams thought .! .? !.-- "JLL.1 zrzn.t his fate, and. believing himself iierfeetly eafV he cdnsAteil to return to the fort. un'tne-wawtes uoi. aiiuns Buggesteti that they go to his tent where Col Baird would come to them. This was agreed to, and, having entered, a' guard instaut-lr- , but wiHJoat their knowledge, sur-After a timo thoy bo- I rbunited them. United States cavalry, and-- at the came nervous at tho ot time tho war began was an Aido on Col Baird who was busy telegrapliiag .the staff Of GeOWinfield Scolt. Col to- - headquarters to ascertain something af bfrn looknd out ; w abevitf tbeHTJ-aadai- e f1 -Vr.TrZZWi .1 !. hAH wKWt.aawat lara bum, anu uieuu wmums was mucn xu Ilia miiiiiciuviii. iiu UIO leuu Ol al. AAi and subsequently becamo foual it surrounded by guards. An to Col Lee's daughter explanation being demanded, Ihoy wese betrothed,' Ague.,. Jlewasintlia habit of vwitiag in&rmcd that! tboyttwere.! detained Uiis lady after her fathoj jiad Jesignej iamporarilyuntil H"'" inquiries could his commission, until his "visits were for bo made at headquarters. Thoy stormed 1 oof'ravd''!g3Satly, and threatened bidden by the CominanoWjln-ChielTasftthe Assistant Adjutant General But denounco Cols. Watkins and Baird to lovo laughed at military orders. Ho tho Secretary of War for tho outrage continued his clandestine tneotlngs, and they were perpetrating in delaying offiwas arrested and imprisoned oa Governcers on special duty. from Washington, or's island for several weeks. Ou being but tho cool dMBWiBor of Col Watkias released he rewind qWs ' etwaniUsion, was proof igslmt ail' such demonstrawan sp')ointed a Colonel of cavalry ia tions. Wile tUs eenvcnatiati was lb tho Owayedafftte.BtAfesJarmyaud as- progress GoL Bftfifl 'entered, x,,,Let mo Polk, see your papers again, please," said be signed to duty with Bishop-Gethen commanding in Kentucky, with to Col Williama. The, papers, letters Sbortlj aad orders were glanced over and reheadquarters at Columbus. iter he was transferred to Gen. Bragg'a turned. 'TsrBlBg" to Lieut. Peter, be command in Tennessee and placed upon 6aid : " Let us see yow swenL please." his staff. Tho cause of his transfer was Realizing the ieril of their utuaUaa, Ms having killed a soldier with whom and becomiBg greatly alareioJ, they ho hod soma diflleultf . i both protestsrayin-- t what. titey ailed After ttte bHlo ef' Mwfrcesboro or an insult, batfitWMag resktaawo useless Stono river aa tedeeisive battle, but thoy submitted;, the sword ,wm drawn in which' the national troops retained by Col JiS& from its poabbard, and e poHseewkm of the- field Gon. Bosecrau words wero mou its blado tho disposed his forces in tho form of A tri etched, "Liout, W. G. Peter, 0. 8. A.",' angle of which Nashville was tho apex, "Let mo look at yoar cap, please," whilo Franklin and Murfrecsboro occu- Col Baird said again. Tho cap was repied tho other angles. Headquarters moved, tho white flanael baveloek lifted, were at Murfrecsboro, opposito the little and again the same charaeter appeared town of Franklin, "and ou a higkuluiZ oa the facing. The saate articles worn commanding tho town and its by Col Williams were examined, and was a fortlAcation of aWnsider-abl- e similar rovtlaUofifl mado. They woro strength called Foai1fCfodo abaostpvercomo with oontusion for a Graneer. It was in charge ef (aiPafat ttmtmui, but quickly rallied, and P. Baird, eflhe.Eigutf.lftk' ! t4wr ceoteesa ever after. Col Baird, "this if a very wim portions ot ot&or. ijNaMwe. 'J.u ' MamatfTiiUtjl 4A gaaae you have bea playkg." Sixth Kentucky Mm by Col L. D. Watkk.., a Iiwit.WiM, j "les," replied uoi. vtuuams, "aau tbo Fifth United JjrUtes oavay-- wa wr beiag a prf4wt taceess." Bcawpod in a grove Rear Vy, jt tltls After that asiaber of tbea denied tbek pUee eould bo cajptaritd mi a large gaUt. Telegrasu ia answer to inquirlw tekl tWee kUrposwd Wweea Nasii-TtU- c cuae proaaptly froa boadquarten, ThU Mil MarJrwesbero .Gob. Roaecrau' freta Gen. 0rll,d u WW, but to tbe ukWe arar would be k daugur of le- - polat; a' tell-talpre-Mrv"Gen-'i!l"Ur'-" this hitherto unpublished narrative. Col William Oflon Williams and Lieut. Walter G. Peter, of the Confederate army, were arrested, tried and executed as spies by Col Baird, United States army, commanding Fort Gordon Grmg&r,nearFrankliB,-Tcnn- ., in' the month of Juno, 1863. CoL --.Williams was tho son 61, a bejiva. officer .who Iwas mortally wounded at Monterey during tho Mexican war. His mothetwA jMiaa Poter, of Georgetown, DQ,', ajplafcgltJaiv of Martha Parko Custis, who was, a grandchild of Mrs. George Washington. Lieut. 'Peter was a cousin of Col Will, isms. 'The latter had obtained ran appointment as a Lieutenant in tho f&ooad indorsed on the envelopo containing tho order. Thorp ,wero some informalities in tie above documont, but Col Baird did not detect them. Their story to him was to account for thoir scarcity of baggage that thoy hod been surprised by rebels wliile dining, and that their orderlies, overcoats and baggago had been captured, aad they had barely escaped with their lives. Col Williams actually borrowed 850 of Col Baird, as they were very anxious to go to Nashville that night. As thoywero leaving the fort Col Watkins passed them, and, catching a glimpso of Williams' sido faee, folt sure that bo had sees him Ik fore.1 He inquired 'of Col Baird who they were. "Inspecting officers of the United States army on a visit," was the answer. "There must bo somo mistake," said Col Watkins ; "one of them was an old army officer, now in tho service of the 8. A." At onco Col Wat-xi- Tlio result of this trial was a foregono conclnton. Col Balrd's efforts to mill-gat- o tha sentenco and avoid tho performance ot a painful duty worn in vain, Col. Willbms hiucjolf asked for clem ency, or that they might bo shot instead ot banged The nptcal was in vain. Gen. Garfield, romenilcring tho coursa pursued by Gen. WasliiBgtou in the case ot Maj. Andre, refused thek request to bo shot, asd ikteralsed that tho sea fence should be carried iaio eseCHtloH as Ho knew nothing originally ordered. whatever at the time of tbek persosal eoHHccUos with, or relation to, the family. Washington Col WiUkes made a most touching sad earnest appeal, first for his rouste, Lieut. Peter, who was his cotapaakm aad associate ia the execution of tfen plot, though h wm not rcspoBftibki far its original con cption aad preparation; Beeead, tbat they might be shot if their death wore WillkfiM alone fully determined. the re)oatibility ot the sebcnie, whatever it might have been, aad Peter had been led kto it by bh attachment for his elder and moro experienced ia arms, who had in the begin ning induced him to dcaert homo and friends anl follow tho fortunes of tho soalled Southern Confederacy. At 9 o'clock on tho morning ot June 50 the troops ef tho garrison were disposed in an open square around tho spot assigned for tho execution. Tho prisoners were cool and self possessed whilo being conducted to tho cherry tree from which two ropes hung dangling withiu eight feet of the ground. Clasping Peter in his arms, Williamt said, " Good-bPeter, let us dio like bravo men." Tlio ropes were adjusted, and in two minutes Peter ceased to move. Attliroo minutes WiUiams canghl bold of the ropo with both hands, anil in five ruin utes his struggles also camo to an end. They were buried in the samo gravo in (no burying ground of the town oi Franklin. Tho following brief dispatch was sent to Gen. Garfield : Faira-M- , Judo 0 10JO a. m. coat-pani- HRMf I AK ing an articulated skeleton by tho nafie ot tho neck, or where tlie nape ought to be, brought it out, aad started, with it ia front of him, right toward that young man. There was a yell like tho war cry of a cat convention oa tho woodshed, and that young man rushed oat ot that ofllco liko a dog rtumiflg a rteo with an oyster caa. It was a rush for life. H struck tho stairs and the stairs struck him. Tlio bottoai was readied before lie got half way down, and ns ho gathered himself up ho sworo vengeanco, and sleep rested not upon bis eyelids HfltH he bad pkuiaed his campaign ot wrath against that young doctor. It was not many sights litter before his plan was carried into execution. Oalliag to hU aid ia confidence tho yoaag doctor's chum, bo secured possession of that skeleton, daubed its with phosphorus that they might sebd forth ghastly glances, aad snugly g tucked it In tho young doctor's bed, it carefully with tho quilts, and hiding it from sight until tho young doetor should turn baek the clothes to get into bed. Tlio plan worked well The young doctor camo to his room, and ni was his wont, sat by tho window for a time, enjoying a smoke and meditating in tho dim light thrown into tho across tho room by a friendly lamp-posireot. ins smono cnueti, xus meuiia- tion over, be started for tliat bed. Tho young man, with a group of friends, was waiting and listening in tho adjoining room tor developments, and ,a they heard him step across tho room they ts cov-eriast Weetwlp l Ma tr-aw4o- Stanford Fimali Collffft. KTAM"OKI, KT. With a Full . ...v. (inj taxi v- -. rrrk fcawTi ilww. tf)a r.rmnc.r,r SOUTH.-R- .T. at 84mS TIKWHYTKHIArt, fat. jhyarlaWBiaal. I, n. Me, Stheol at :w. Jew jCafaa rVaraf MaaMaf W. oa Cirpssf Teachers, BRAMCHHS Thla Inilllutlon will open lit Thlrltenta oa Ida M Monday In Befleralxr reiU OPERA HOUSE. BTAMtTMtfi, KT. Alh THK Of A W. T. WALTOK, Prejwietor. THOnOUGHEfJGLISHCOUnSE Artaotat,MwaHaa MOBIO. THK liANaTJASBB. DRAW. INO AND PAIKTIKO. eXaarlaaa,tte. err IwwwWOaaaMW MM I tea tei Me of Seea Seallaf aafWHr, tatlaSlM taNerr, tea. FeavM 9 f(W-- HlfaWWaWM AtttlTfwfcf TERMS MODERATE. s tn Tuition, prlrea ranaa from w, a Inam-J- lalho i BI!-JLkj m T. alar itrariraeBie. M. tat to , ata,S. lev la Ik inwrw,waiiw Kioto.. i:iM!itiiiiaorwrw, hui.ilr mi limcttlOtaUvatie A Jt i AkI' It.'tnWIMMaAru Jn atlre ! 'fota 7"i frrrarnlliin, h i. lwarirtlmra. n. H iwt maia Ml IRK. Far tall pttleula. aa U O. IKVKIIKArlT. Frlnelpail Co., X.J, .Masferd. Uoeota Ream, Acadaraaa "BfONOlY ROUTE. r .lrOiiisvillt, Ntw Albiny & Chicago Railway. THE e.V,rJJHK RUNNIMU 1'ullii.Rn LOUISVILLE tjaaai I FaIhco TO Cars! AND 0OUB TRAINS CHICAGO - jflBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaw JfeaTtt? SrwuL Notice. raaaascata Iraai tha Kaoi-rlil- a Breach ef L. A N. K. R. arrlro la Loalartlla la lima it lake tha erralaf train af taa -- Moeoa Keute' auj ao tkroos la (IreCBeastle. C'rarTferdsTllle, Larajelte aad Chleaffo without cRaage. TIME TABLE. HTAT1UNS. Viaaliaer?9alaHaaaaaaaaBnaaaaan! blSaaaaaaaaalAiIwaawaaaaaaaaaaaal Uall. I l lxllj. 4 ' To Ota. Qaraali, Cnlat of BUS I Tbo men hiTO been tried, found guilty and execntcd, tn comptlanco nltb roar order. I ant ever jroura, J. It. lUttD, Colonel Commanding Toat. Witb Col. Williams was buried ahwk- - a ns tho portrait ot his in tended wife with a braid ot her hair. Thus these two men paid the just pen alty of their guilt. Tho analogy between the cases of Williams and of Andre i somewhat striking. Both were young men of equal rank, and in tile cases ot cuch a lovo af fair was tho indirect causo of an igno minious' death upon the scaffold. Had Arnold's treason succeeded the Northern aad the Southern colonies would have been - separated and both conquered. Had Williams succeeded,' the army of Bosecrans would have been destroyed. tho East separated from tho West, and rebellion been successful Andre's coar- agQ forsook1 him at tho instant when brought face to faco with supreme danger. And so Williams failed for an instant, wheri arrested, to comprehend tho situation, and paid the penally witb bis life. George Washington signed An dre's death warrant reluctantly, in ot his idea ot justice and duty, years afterward his wife's and eighty-thre- e was bung as a spy-- . CMcaro TribunA ct containing pur-suano- o held their breath and stretahed their cars to catch the first sound ot fright They had not long to wait. A load shriek was heard "Holy lloeca witb tho sound of a man fallhw. A joaj 8acnco followoil, and for a mb ute or two tho listeners waited for some iiound ot life, while the remembroaco ot eases whero fright bad caused death or insanity flatbed before thoir eyes. At last ono exclaimed, " lie's fainted," another cried, " He's doad," and a grand rush was mado tlirougb tho door. As they entered they found tho victim of the joko not swooned or dead, but sitting doubled up on the lloor, holding ono foot in both hands, and thus trying to give some consolation to tho injured feeling of a jet corn, which had in tho dark come suddenly in rudo contact witb the leg of a chair. He hadn't seen the skeleton at all He hadn't got that far. The avenger and bis friends had eotae in a little too soon, and wero themselves mora frightened than tho owner ot the tender corn, and bad to explain their prompt appearance on tho scene by put-tic- g tho skeleton qiiotly back ia ite cupboard, aad asking the young maa to stay up a while longor, and smoke. Janetvlllo Recorder. 3tt?5caaf3a&211aBai ifc?wS53!aitel!5-waTHE lyrEHIOK JOUI.NAL STEAM JOII OFFICE De3B ntryKlHtlerPrlHtlRKal nr. V' Lt. Ixtularllla.. Arr. Ureecattabi CrawfordaTllla. " CblfaIIl A. lllpu IKim IHia IMfn IH aaa aot pat 7 Warn IB It IHpa p at f Tba awat direct roala,vltk onlr oaa ckaataaf ran. Wall polnUla WUrondn, Mlaneaota, Iowa Nearaaka, 1. I'm turtber laamaatlaa. addraaa MURRAY KtLLiR.li, f. A.. Lontatllla, Kr ilty price. WAivro.,iHoi THK GREAT CHESAPEAKE UNO 01 Rl East Through Trunk Line Kentucky's Kouto Tba oolx Hoe ruanu Washington, PhiladelrhiaN.Y. PULLMAN HEW 8LEEPIKQ CAX8 mtM Ckttii ai. Wf4h Silt. HHffiM MNTE .. A SOLID TRAIN rsoMi SHORTEST ANS QUICKEST faOULOCUriUATOTnt LonisTlUCtCiHclHHatiHUtlLrxw iBgtaa, Ky., SOUTH & WEST Wit,aat ahaar 1a .tltta Rock. MaatmaerT. AtatBta.lataatuk. JackaoBfllle, atakUa.aad New Vttaaaa. I A X.AKQE 1IKLT. WASHIKGTOK OITY. CoaaKUaf ta aaaaa ityot with What is described as oaeof tho largest belts in tho world was lately finishod at Biagloy, England. It is 132 foot long tut tralae anl aix feet wide. It is isr&w YorK.. Route toLyaeaoarg Norfolk, Dan-vill- a. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA lo Palate fan Wllboat Cbaar- - two layers, tho Tha Direct SHORT LME Tel THE EAST rrom C1IIPDIIITC CrnlUilAn I O (II LoaUillle la relate Can wHbeat aaaar. Beakla ttemea on Iba oRKADrvL OlllO XAX. "Aro you busy?" asked the visitor, approaching tbo editorial sanctum. "Yes." "Well, I'll drop in some other timA I've got a constitutional question for can wait for a day you to docido, but or rHinvziTiosa or as outer layer having .three sections, of which tho middle section is thirty-si- s inches wide and the two aide seotioas eighteen laches oaah. The inner layer U in fivo strips,, in the following order, beginning at ono edge: 13rst fourteen inches wide; second, eight iaehes'wide; .inches third and middle, twaaty-eigwide; fourth, eight inches wide; fifth, fourteen inches wide. The belt is both aad th d and band-sewarrangement ot the strips, it will ba soon, breaks the joints very effectively. It is to work considerably uader its power, being intended to transmit only ht All Virginia and North Carolina 1'oiata. - Una ot tna read wtll recelre apcctal row ratea. te AraafjM lkaraeaTfcrralea,roataa Ac. or write , C, P. MWJflf, S. P, at T, A. '' Loule-W- e. Ky. Tot tickets aad further Information, efplr t jsariiaareattkkatacaca.or ajjreaa ' B10W JAMEft C.HRNHT. Ueal. Weaurn Anal, KENTUCKY GEHTRAb TBK MalnHt..l4.Ialll.,Kr. H. W. TVJ.I.ZH. ' raaaVAs1 Tlrdaia. U T- O- b. W. ITH, (Hm't UaoaaeV, NM MeT BBSIRA6LE ROUTE rMthraood, SeortisatulTa Newipipr -U- of tha fte-at- h Aad dacldadlr tka Popalar Route, ajordlor, aa 11 ioaajleeaasaafeeaad aapartar aeeonnadidoaa to CIUfCIlilfATI! Xiiiottri, Iqwr, .KaHi( Tezti, -THlf WEEKLY ' COO ota . "No, lean attend to you now, Bo American, wated," and tho writer turned from bis ' GRIZZLY DRVIH" OHTH XIOUT. interest, desk with suddenly-awakene- d A bait dozen prospectors camped one is always in for a constitutional questioa winter's night in tho Sierra Nevada, El order. 'county, California, Tlio ground " I've 'been arguing with say wifo aad doratlo not ac- was covered with snow, aad when about my oldest son, William you oro midnight a grizzly bear approached the quainted witb William, are youf No. cruncliing ot bis feet aroused tho whplo to writo for Well, you ought to gol him camp. The bear trotted up to within, a yourpapor. Ho writes tbo aloshcuost tew feet ot tho flro and seized tho near bow down ou letter you ever read, and est tiling that could bo reacheda bg his pen liko a lawyer. Ten, I'm getting containing a few such articles as bread u mi j and to tho point, well, uie question sugar and a demijohn ot tho hottest Suppose a man and bis wifo aro visiting whisky manufactured ou tbo Facifio a foreign country, aad while they aro coast, Tbo prospectors ftrod several away a son is born unto them. Could sbotn at tho grizzly, which caused him that son, everything else being favora- to seize the bag aad scamper oft Reble, be elected President ot tho United lieved ot the unwelcomo visitor's presStates?" ence, tho party dropped off to sleep "Yes, for tho bob would "bo an Ameri- again, to bo aroused about dawn by loud can citisen." and long roars in a neighboring raviue. "Bat don't tbo law say that a man Tho men approached the ra'iio caumost bo a native ot this country V tiously, and were delighted to see tho "Certainly; but. tbo parents being grizzly uproariously drunk nud rolling caso roader tho natives would in this ia the saow.' The bear had broken tho cbikiaBative." demijohn and lapped up h6 whisky witb "Id rather you'd consult setae aa g an appreciative touguo. His antics wore refer-rinaboritics. It's my child that I'm very funuy, " as good as a circus" one to. My little bob Ned, who was of tbo prospectors says, and they wore bars kvst summer ta foreign pari.'1 kept up until long after sunrise. He The boss writer took down the Be tried bard to cllnib up" tlio sido ot the vised aUatatts, aad tba visitor coBttaued : ravine, and made ferocious dashes at the "Yes, but MiaBMr my wife aad I baen, but every time bo rolled down. At went abroad, aad ever siaee Ned's birtb last the spectators shot blm and moved I've been botber4 about it" oa. Being aSMted Ned was ia the tee ot father promotion tor tha) Prsideacy-tf- ae or tB.lSlrvw-WVtO,Myrabeing aa Ohio awaib. pawat ' n- two.' I r over a flyindicated feet and wheel and drums ot soventy-on- e seven feet respectively, SchnHfli horse-powe- CourierJournAl , ,. AN, ORO AN OF, Live Issues, Living Jdeas yOI-CHKOBA.Ii Eninr Or -- S. TkaNortb, North wtat and WeeU la tact, If you coolaupiiua rip la any dlrattloa, your Inlareat win DeMoieerti ej by purthaatcj our iieaota via K. C. and Claclnaall. Vutlaaaa Palaoa Care: Kir. gmt Naw Day Ceacaaa, aad bandaaaily Rurnlib-- d BaeHalot Cbalr Can 'fern tea uaee,ualed tulpataata of tbli OU KaMaMa, tkereby aaaktof atrip orar tble Una oaa ot luiurtouioamfortaod a4eaaara. Try It. TIME TABLE. IN Ef'SCT NOVEMBER It. 1H Time herein la M mlaataa alowar tbaa Ural hrretafera glreo. UOUTU, An MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM aD THE SFIBIT OF SUBSIDY I Ai embodied NOM. No. a. 3 40 No. II. Lie. ColBr,toa la That Wiieving Tariff THE " Cynthlana. Arr. Lra. 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