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FRIDAY, SEPT KM BER Tobacco Palp for Paper Making, invention of great Intercut to pa per makers and tobacco );rnwern, and con Sfipiently of special interest to the inhahl tanls of Connecticut Valley, where both of tliese tmliietnei are promlnnnt, is stint an nuunccd from Waverly, N. Y., W. W. Hen. The Strongest Document Yet, Tlie evcret criticism ever written of a public man in the United Slates is that which is contained in the brief but significant letter from the widow of the late U H. Senator Morrill, of Maine, addrew-- to the chairman of the republican State committee of Ohio. The chairmin of that committee, unmindful of the fact that the late Senator had been dead near eighteen months, addressed to him a letter solicting his aid in the Ohio campaign in support of Mr. Ulaine. The widow of the deceased statesman replied lo this solicitation in the following termn: "I am in mournlcr for my husband; but, as much as I mourn his death, I thank my Father in heaven lhat he called him home before the party he loved so well and did m much for had so disgraced itself an to nominate no wicked and corrupt a man lor the highest office within the gift of the American people, as I know and my bus band knew Jamei G Blaine to he. If lie were alive he would not support Mr Ulaine, or any such man, even at the bidding of his party. Charlotte Morhill. As a campaign document, the foregoing short letter can hardly bo surpassed. It in unmistakable in language and in spirit. It possesses a thrilling eflect. It is equal to a voice of warning to the country from th very grave of Senator Morrill, whose pure character and conscientious conviction were neyer impugned by even his most im placable political foes. It will be difficult for any republican oiator to answer Mrs. Morrill. Sunday Argus. -- 10, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 286. W. P. WALTON. rubllHhcil Tttcmtnu uml JFrttlav, 89. OO 1M3R ANNUM When paid strictly Id adrance.. If we hare to watt nr time. 8a. no will be chanted. Inn-roo- Stepped Oft atNiagra Falls. K nun, (fetulng about alily year" of ne, mi telling the people Id the wall at the Tlilrd Street Depot that he hnJ Wen Hint to old Mawaciimetla to nee h!a nUtere, and that on hlo way bick he atoppetl off at Xitgra jr Fall. "That the place I never a woman with a poke bonnet on. 'You dIJn'i? Well, you're miMetl the aufulleet fight on earth! I was jeat " Mun-ned.- ttr," remarked "What I. It like?" ehe alceil. "Well, there' a rUer, nnd the falle, I an1' During the war with the South there was certain company of raw recruits marching rapidly to the front. Their way to the outpost led along a Virginia road which stretched over rolling country that wan dotted here and there with clumpi of trees At a turning they saw aheid of them a pine grove, which grew about a hundred yards to the left of their path, but they were unaware that in its midst a squad of rebel cavalry was lying in ambush. As the compiny got abreast of the timber the guerrillas opened a scattering fire on their Hank. It waa the first time that the recruits had heaid bullets singing over their heada and moreover they had no idea that the enemy was within five miles of them, so they were uncertain how to regard this demonstration. The .quad, undetermined what to do, halted; and one big German, after putting his hands to his mouth trumpet fashion, shouted toward the trees: "Stob shooding," and then turning excitedly to A Romtik TutED rou Layi.no an Eon the officer in command, exclaimed: "What A recent writer on tho period when ani- de level dey aboud? Don'd dey know dey MT1 mals were contiderable amenable to human lutitiiA Itair?' laws, and were tried in tho courts for crime "Here, waiter," exclaimed an angry old says: "Hut absurdities of this character fellow in a restaurant." "Here's a hair in were not confined to France: Switzerland this butler." gives us the record of one of the wont ex"Did you fin' it boarf" traordinary of them in the trial of a cock "Of course I found it, you black fconn-d.o- l i at Ilis'p, for hiving hid an egK- It in 1 " was proved in the trial that cocka' eggs arc "I 'gratulalf yer, sah. You nee, dat put the chief ingredient in wilch' ointment ty wldder 'cros do street niid dat yer coul' ai:d when hatched through the agency of see well enough ter fia'a ha'r in de butter, Satan they bring forth the cocatrlce, a cres-t- n but er ugly olo 'omnu said yer couldn', eo re most deadly to tho human race. The da put a ha'r in de butler, nah. Gled ter alvuCtU HtlmittuJ nil l nil, but .liiiici the see dat jer's gaimd a p'r.t.'' evil luteolijn ;f (he bird, hj the action of ''Ah, you ate a clever fellow, litre's a the layinir of the egi; wun a wholly invol- quarter for you." Arkansas Traveler. untary act. Hewewr tho bird whh conA Smokk Cons um i nu LoroMorivx. An demned m a devil and burned with ils engine of n novel type, designed by Charlw at the slake." It. Coventry, has recontry been constructed A Nrir IlETTiiio Doikik. Tho latent kK by Urooks' Locomotive Works for the Chiin the r. ay of bets 1b to eiihruit iu writing cago Locomotive Improvement Company. an ctler 10 bet a certain mim, ay $20, that Tho headlight is placed where tho stack is "the foil .wing twuity StAtea will go for generally, while the atack h at the rear of Cleveland." or Ulaine, as the oao nmy be, the boiler and close to the cab. Tno bailer and a larger emu, Hay $',0, that "half of the is one of the largest manufactured (what is remaining eighteen State of the Union'1 known as a 00 inch nhell) mid tho Hmoke, will go for the same candidate. Tho lieta gan, etc,, traverse it twice, ulou tho bot.ire to l tna!e up by tho peteon oiroring tom mid over hack on top to the stack. the bt, after it is accepted by the taker. If This makes euoli a good combustion that betting on Cleveland tho better fill, the the finer particle of fuel, tho cat uud the firt lint with States which will probably Hmoke arc almost entirely conMimod and o republican, losing the 0 bet and tho when the engine is going at full speed it is eend list with tolerably certain Cleve- impossible to see any smoke. The nmoke land Btitcf, gaining the larger bet and stack itself i very small, being not moro making 10 r.et. fSprinRfield Union. than seven or eight inches iu diameter. Among the advantagea of this invention it cum: i'imc. ia said it gels a steady, even draught, reducIMlea are frequently preceded l) anim of mUM es tho waste of fuel to a minimum and lower part of tlio hIhUhiicii, in tin lil,, lulu and miisliiirtlie patient to mippcuelioliamoiiifnlVctUiu Ihrowa no cinders, sparks or fire. The lo( tlij ki or iwUblwrliiK orjraiis. At tlniw, comotive is peculiar in uppcaranre, but it 3iiiplrut of Indigestion are prewnt, as flatulciio), is said that it does its work well. It weigtiB nwatlm-of tlii rtum.tcli, etc, A nioliturr, llto 40 tons. ripnitli ii, ihhui'Ii)C a ery itlMfreenbla ilclilug, McIlOHEIlTS ,fc BTAtiCS, alfr c tt In v Morui, Ii n very eommon nllemlmt. llliinl, llli'illiignuil lttUliiR ri!fylMcitcncelu lli tlis Druggists, lio ara atnaji looking alter the a J-- loti of hole! and nereral Injun, and the riilal veil, and land onlr known what elce If me old woman had a been along ahe'd hare wlltel rlht down." "There'a water there, I aujipGae?'' "Oh, heaps of it. It pour and thunder and roara and foam and hump around in tho terribleat manner. You iu a piece of hare bit on a pie, haven't rou?' "No, .dr." "Well, the feeling wu about the mine-kin- der ehlverr. Why, the bicRcot min thai ever lired ain't half tu bg a Niajjra I a!U. Ltt him eUml thar and see that 'ere water tumbling over them 'ere rocka and he can't help but feel vrlut a miserable ho tly he is. You've fallen out o bed, haven't you?' "No. air "Wtll, ii. about the mum thine, you wake up and find youmelf n- - i e tl or, n I you feel as if you had been atealinc eheep or rclbin' blind men." "What portion of the falln did you moet admire?" ahe uked. "The water, mttm," he promptly replied n "If you'd put ten ' Im of beer on the roof of thin bmj ting and eel them all runnlnz, they ooii !n'i l?in with It'o the terriblwt, eppallingent thing ever patented." "C'jit to much?" inquired a gentleman. " 'Bout ilxtv fire cent. I I'm pooty tight ccnta don't grow on timet, and ilzty-fiv- e every buh, hut I ain't aorry. It'a aunthin' to talk about for twenty yeira to come. There' a chap in our town who uaed lo travel with a circue, but he'll have to take a back teat when I k'1 home. Klip iLppin' around in a circut don't begin with Niigri Falls." "So, on the whole, you were p!eaed,eh?" "I'leased: Why, I waa tickled half to death! I tell you. If I had one on my farm I wouldn't aell it for no $50 in cash! I've looked into a field whar' 750 fat hoga waa waitin' lobe aold for wild money but it wan no aich eight ai the Fall. I've aeon birna afire, and eight horse runnin' away, and the Wabash Hirer on a tear, but for downright appalling grandeur of the terriblest kind gimme one look at the Falls You all oughter go thar'. You can't half appreciate it till you've gated on the rumpus." ehtrt-button Ni-ag- nett, of that place, having discovered process for utilizing the hitherto uneleiw stalks and stems of the (ohtcco plant an a eubitltiilo for wood pulp in the manufacture of paper. The idea is comparatively simple; and if the results are as striking as represented will prove of great value to manufacturers, the tobacco pulp, it is claimed, producing a much stronger paper than wood at a much smaller cost. Sample of made by this process under unfavorable condition show ompnallve-l- y few defects; and the strength is said to have been successfully teilcd by lift, ing a hundred pound boy on a single broad sheet. A great point in the manufacture of pulp is tho fact that only the machinery, found in every paper mill, is required beaters, rotard and grinding machines; while wood has to be skinned, strapped, relieved of knots and rotten pans and grated The average quality of the wood used loses from CO to SO per cent, in waste, and the moit chemical process of producing it to pulp brings the amount of waste down only to 61! per cent. Tobacco stalk, how-eve- r, reduced by a purely mechanical pro- csm to a bone-drpulp Miows a waste of only 5 per cent. If the new invention proves succwful.lt will be hailed with delight by tobacco farmers as well as by ; for the tobiceo stalk has always been a burden, good for nothing except manure. A thousand end one unsuccessful attempts have been made to utilize it or almost every conceivable purpose, and the patent otlice contains the relics of numerous chimeric! inventions. Now, however, the farmers can have the (stuff iiKPn on ineir nanus, anJ can stcuro as much manure as before from the juice extracted in the procoM of reduction. The tobacco plant, as is known, furnishes one of the toughest of fibres. The patentee is trying to establish headquarters for the manufacture of the pulp in five or six centrra of the paperand tobacco trade, including the Connecticut Valley, New York, Philadelphia, Virginia aud Chicago. The idea is to let out the right of manufacturing to a single firm in a region for a royalty. ("Springfield Republican. er y paper-hangers- Sho Had Never Bathed Before. The human form divine is not often seen to perfection on the beach and the bathing dreiM is seldom an adornment. No little trouble some hither, have taken to array themselves with an eye to startling etlectB, and they have generally sacrificed the material to the eflect. Aa a rule the costumes look like those worn by ballet girls at rehearsals, and modest, no far aa a bathing dress can be modct. But few even then have the modesty of Mme. TaglionI, who who said to one of her admirers when he asked that she ehould ahorlen her dreea 'juot a little:" "Signor, I do not dance for men; I dance for wives and daughters.'' One fair maid, bleed by nature with a beautiful figure, appeared a few days ago in a light etiit of white tlinnel, blue eilk stockings, with sandals to match. About her neck ehe wore a red eilk handkerchief, with the point hanging down at the back; on her head a little pointed cip of red i)k. As she ran along the sand he looked so fair and beautiful that men and women cried out. "On, Icok at the lovely creature!" She made but oce mistake end that was she went into the watei; for when she came out the white flannel clung to her like tissue piper, and tho women said, turning their eyex away: "Did you ever eee anything like that before?" Liter in the day noire one aiked her if she did not know what would happen to light a material, to which she replied: "I live in St. Louis and I have never bathed, except in a bathtub" Sweet simplicity. TXarraganjett Ctriespondeacc Telegram. A few weeks eince the 'Itmu published a mauly statement from Rev. Linsing Bur-rua great Baptist divine of Augusta, (ri., in which he gave the reason, from a ct.nsiian standpoint, why he would support Mew Store! IhaTeJintopeuoJoa Depot street a lull line of f lanle and Fancj Groceries that I wtll tell low for COMMERCIAL )!"trprW."?e..I",1, 1 agent for the I bare rented the above centrally located Holer, Hlanroril Milli Yarns and Flannels, of wlilcli t always keep a full ttek. Hire mo a call and will use every cflort toglve entire eatUfacjIoo and iav money. to the public. Neat, cool rooms; excellent Ublr, 1'. J. JlATTlSfihY, Js,'ll Stanford, Ky. cheap rates, aire me a call. na HOTEL! 8XA.lViroitI. KY. jr. U. CLARK. ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! I will dtllror Ice to regular customers every ONE CENT at morn-lo- g Wool Carding & Spinning We are running our mill for Carding and Spinning and doing good work. Wool can beecnt byexpreaa to tit and returned same way; pack grease securely In bundles. Carding white rolls, 8 etc, black and mixed, 10 eta., per pound when ereaae ia furnished, 2 cents aJded when we furnish it. Bend on your wool and give us a trial. 270-s- m PER POUND. n. a. n, in now. Accounts due at the closoof each month or when customer i tilts, 24:- - 3FAISM 07Acrrn. Jsl.Jai FOB SAXE! CW. tt'ATNOX & BOX, MitchelliBurg, Ky I offer for sale privately my farm, near the mile west of Mt. tuileni I'ost-offlc- e. Lincoln county, containing Tner Is a Urgj barn on tn place and tho other Improvements are fair. It Is well watered and fenced. I hare 5 acrea In tobacco and 15 acres In corn that I will aell either with the farm 01 Dot. as th nurrliflij.p ile.lrAM T..m. 111.. eral. C.U on oraddresi If. DUXX. CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, UNDERTAKERS, ----- It. aioItI3VlV13V, 239-3- KY.. lit. calem, Ky. Are prepared to furnish Woodand McUlic Boilal Cases, Hearse and Burial Robea of all kinds. C3k 3FL. Loiilsvllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indlanapolla, Ind., dealers In 8telnway A Sons', Decker Bros.', llalnw', J. A C. Fischer, Voe A Bons', Baldwin A Co.' s Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Fortoa; also tbe Eley, Hbonlnger and Hamilton Organa. Instruments sold at prices and terms to suit Don't give your orders till you get our prices and terms. Danville, Ky. I'ost-offlc- I. K. ISuldwia mcpamiNTS 7V.Ei,ti?s & Co., OPERA HOUSE. STANKOIlD. KY. W. P. WALTON, 8lieofStig,0i50. Iteaionable as above. - - Proprietor. y. Eight complete seta of Been-erSeating capacity, Including gallery, tea. rates to good attractions. Address Tattooing the Girls. Tattooing inks are rather expensive One of thoe little sticks of India ink costs me $3 23; but then I can do $100 worth ot work with it so you see it don't come to no much after all. Ye, they are the onlr colors I use, red and blue. The black ink gets blue when I put it under the akin. Of courre, I can't give any particular oolor '. a girl's eyes and cheek, but I came ner enough to it to please my customers, aud ycu would be surprised to Iern what different kind of cintomen we have. Many ii the time I've had two flitters looking out of the window watchiug for their mofhf r and father while I was bmy tattooing the third sister. I get at least a dozen jobs of that kind in a year, and sometimes more, and from ladies, too, that live up town on the avenues. Whit they ask for mot fre quently is to have some name tattooed where it can't be seen in ball costume, and the design most in demand is a garter, with the name of a gentleman, or hin name worked in as a clap. Some of them want a necklace tattooed around their necks. Hut I always advle them against it, because they are sure to wish it were of!' some day, and of course, once on, it's got New to stay there while the skin does. York Sun. s, T. S. WALTON I f&TO Ujv. Cleveland. Bishop Huntiugton, of yricii'c, a gre.it liht of bin church, aiys of Die democratic candidate: "His public life bus been trustworthy, upright and manly. He is a man of honor and there is much in his pjblic career to admire." i'tucbing upon the icindal couceruing (Sovetflor Cleveland's private life, Bishop Huntington said, with emphasis: ''Btliev-inis I do, that this U a thing of the past nnd nn part of his pi event character, I shall certainly vole for him. Until I came in-t- u ibis State I never heard aught about his scandal. He does not look with complacency en the pail and is not living as a man. According to the christian ity which I teach we are toforhe, anJ as I und'M&nd that he is living an honorable life in the preient, I tee no reason why I should uot cast my vole for tbe reform Governor, Grover Cleveland." g, diN-olut- fi.r",ra, iM.'"'. is. ALWAYS OS HAND FULX. STOCK OF Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin--- , Glass- - and Qneens- ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- VERY- Burning camphor gum is said to disperse m'wquilo You Can Have It, "My dear, what would I glte to hare your hair?" Is often said br uiUJla aged ladies to young one. Mtdatn, you may bars just such hilr. Parker's Hair lUlsttn will gUe It to you. It will stop your hair from falling oil", restoro the origins! oolor and msks it lor.rf, thick, soft and glossy. You need not Uud hetples'ly entyln; tbe girls. The lUlsam li not oily, not a dye, hut Is an elegant dressing and especially recommended for cleanliness and purity. LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- o Customers, goods sold on long time. -- No Men. The fashion for men's clothing do not show any very radical changes as to cutting. The time- honored Piince Albert appears of medium length. Cutaway coats are to be worn with one to five buttons, according to the wear er's taste. The cutaway ia now a standard coat. The cutaway is the latest. Fall overcoats are to be single breanted, tly, lined and faced with silk, cut with long front. For materials, plaids, checks, stripes and suitings are to be in demand. Some of the plaids shown are rather large and some of the stripes rather wide, but moit of tin patterns are more subdued. The principal novelty in tnenU goods in a very fine diagonal for dreM coals. It wa introduced last season. It was found to b. an effective way of ppotling the old dress co&U, which can not uaw be laid by end woru a series of yeats without detection. The new material is found to be lighter and more elastic, and n) neat as the traditional broadcloth. It may be put down as nettled that hroidcloath for dre coals U doomed. Vets are to bo cat ningle-breasno collar. Trouers are to be cut larger in tue j,, than last season, almost straight, with bu toms neither large nor small, but medium -f- X. Y. one-buttofive-butto- n t, big-wit1 Fall Styles for use- 1 Positive Cure for Piles, To the people of this county we would say that webare bit!tiglTtn the agency o( Dr. Marcbiii'a Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or mujey refuude I Internal, External, I'.llnd, MeMiln; or Itching Piles. Price S3 centa a box. No cure, no piy. Penny A McAtlster. Druggists. mhmm ?&imT mmm, Slnclo from the best Minnesota Whcnt. For sale only by T. R. WAYEON. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. -T- IIY- I smrantee Dr. Marchlal's Ca- thnlliMn, e female reuiidy, to cure Female Diseases, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and l'lrvratlua, failing and duphceiuint or bearing down feeling. trresUrittles, Birrc-nntu- , Change c( Life, I.eii irtli.i , btsides many weaknesses Mke Headache, fprlrglng fr.v.i the Bkat- I i;r .Splual IVeakofM, lfcplf-sLM- s, Kcrtous de-- i tiilir, l'aip:utiun m t bn Heart, Ac For sale by drumiuu. si fu per bottle, eenj to "r Mvciiu free i iuin!iKt fn i Y EJe ' Plus Ulfpa Coffee, ISEVI' ROASTED RIO, ar. v t'rlai.. 1 , h . lit m? V lltT, fr For Hiile only by Dr.uvlsts, T. R. W T.TOJT. "I say, mister, did you see a dog com. by here that looked as if he were a vear or a year and a half or two yean old?" said a yankte gentleman to a countryman at the j4fuj VttJU wKsuau Mail Bans K im HHHHB LU co -- 3 e for roadside. "Yes, s.tid the countryman, thinking himself quizzed; "he parsed an T'il hour or nn hour and a half or two hours ago, and is a mile or a mile and a half or two miles ahead; he had a tail an inch t.r an inch and a half or two inches long ' y "That will do," said the gentleman; "you'n MM ahead of me a foot or a foot and a half or two feet." In Ntiw York a bachelor can live on SI,-50- 0 a year; if h marries his annual ex pen ia become $3,500. As most of the bachelors don't have 53,500, thev got gloomy and go it alone. m m 1 S f tr rtaHHft E2 tKlJtm MnajKmmm, f g To ri c e 1 J SsSt-- s i C3 C3 "21 p 5 m: t9 .3 &; -- lull a & u rt . kRH itM o2g tJ , Sg S 3-- 1 fit S sijS t Ul IO rrspa Is! & "ft 7i Q 2 25 3 ss a Scfc'sE sScwo RO g 4 sg -- "IBM 22M s Geurgo Washington would not have gone to a dentist, as Mr. Arthur did. He would have tied n string around (he tcoth atid lni-jr- s yanked it out himself. THIS IDEA OF GOING WKST PsrNl gljjj S. 2 a: gel 5 c gS H 3 o 8 ce III IKH to Colorado or New Mexico, for pure air to relire jitkiitli.iiiflir !oAiike' Tile !U meily, nlilchacts IntPrc.t of their ciutoiuor., h.ua now ftcurc.l tho Consumption, is nil n mistake. Any reasonable man Lung Syrup f"r Ik I'rti nfTt(H, nUorllu: the tHla of I)j. llosanko's Cougli and I.uug S) rup, rem- - would uw Dr. rtotanko's Cough and ilu tly m-oa HlUylsf tk iHtenie Itcbliig ninl nffectlnj u ly tlmt iMter falls to cure Colds, l'aln In tb Consumption in all Its tir.t Itajn. It neter frits "n to give relief In all cases of Coughs, Colds, Hi uiiHiii'iit cut, l'llce 80 cent. AJJrei tl.o Dr. CliMt, and ull Lung Atftctleus, for proof Coughs, Tains In tbe Chest and all ndoctUtis that nr II. .mko MwlUlus Oe rtiuu, Olio. SolJ ly Mclteb-.-rt- s try n free smpU bolt It Iiifukr size 40 oeuls ooasldeml primary to Consumption, rrlee, 50 cent i. t'lo.'g. and 11.00. Stagg.' and $1.00. Seld ly3Iellabrts """ Ml uj g CELMTS.- - S o "5 6 HH t i. 111 3!SS!0 25 evrCOME ONE! GQK3E ALL! Wm i rtsi " IMWri'kMmiW" .WSJ1 IMMW Mr Sam-S8ltchuntfriorourn- aI turd, Ky., counted The by the district committee at Nlcholaavllle - Soptember 19, 1884 Tuesday, I folloni: & COUNTIES. The Official vet. vote of tho candidate, W. P. WAIiTON. 1 i S03 1001 433 216 2C9 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB PHUsIDMiT, r ltojlc Garrard Owiloy. Jaskton I aurel Ilucoln Rockcastle.. Jessamine... Mercer Spencer...... Slielhy. Total! Madison. ... Anderson.... 44S M 371 202 601 fi!2 4G4 GROVER FOB CLEVELAND, T, 2(4 1 Of Nkw Yuhk. ita s 63 554 19 10 317 S73 244 6S9 3S1D I TnOMAS A. HETTDRICKS, OF lULHA.NA. KtKCTOM FOK STA.TK ATLABOE, 2113 834 208 777 7 M BEN ti. KOBBINd, V. B. l'LEMING. 47 121 53 233 10S 97 187 1634 307 638 4373 093 Count y. Klrst J, cll Adtlr, of Union County, or ln$tn Countr. Fourth ani B. Herry.ot Marlon County. Tlftn J. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jefferson County. , at l'endletou Co. Sixth Leslie T. eotefllli Ira Julian u rcmklln County. Esgltth-- Q. N. KoUn.ir.ofshclbj County. ITlBth S.S. SaT.ge of B yl County. JoLn 1. fcalycrs, of Jtorban County. Eleventh Bollin Hurt, of Adair County. ricjOud-Cromwi, Appli-galM- DISTRICT SLHCTOM, Iltaca Hoy of Mccracken Thowon be seen that McCreary beat 2.721 and Diubam3,259. Tiiomp-fo- n heat Durham 520, hut he would not hive done o by a jug full had tho fair It will thin thing been done in Mercer. The committee declared Got. McCreary the nominee and also recommended Jo. A. Cohen as candidate for Member of Board of Eqilizition, he having received the largest vote cast in that race. A little girl of threo explained the Gol den Rule to her Meter after thin fashion: It meatis that you must do everything that I want you to do, and you tmun't do npytbing that I don't want yon to." And that i precisely the explanation that many older people give. A IIak.) Death. ''Did therrmaina indicate in any way that the man died hard?" asked the coroner. "Yes Mr." "You notod nitfns of a struggle, did you ooinething tending to show that that the poor fellow defended himself?" FOB CONOREsS, .GOV., JAMES B. MoCREARY, Op Jluil1 caught a thief going through his cash Are taught, as well as drawer MUBIO. THE X.ANQUAOKH. D8AW "Hello there," he tang out. "what do INO AND PAINTING. want in that drawet?" Wall Paper, WIiioh. MmhIchI "On, nothing," said the man, sheepishly J.ooUm, l.lminr IiiMlruciiiciilN. , backing off and trying to get away. Nlutloiierj-I'nluiX In Tuition, prices rarue from 123 to IW In th Pocket iRur. regular Department, i'rtrjsrr, SiV Intermedial noupM. "Well, dn't let me disturb you, Just Cutlery. lolmccoH. rrrparauuy, iu, aaa ixnei;ia, ijy. ijv; Lumps Perfumery, Fire Arms, go right ahead; you'll find exactly what Maelilii .ceclli?, you mt you wanf. I've found the same particulars For fall alto vriiKAKT Yrinnr?p-.- i ti0'"" J,"ard(.,' sl,.Tenn nd iMitlcai (Joods Department is In Chaw or Col. MKN. N. V. The boiler at the cotton compreps at thing there for the past six weeks." Mer ulio will Itepalr .VntrliCN mid duel I'rouiptlj and In the bet sunf" uncoin T'",H- Eufala, Ala., exploded. The building and chant Traveler, i"JKl 300 bales of cottin were consumed: 2j or 30 H- G. Blaine is A Great DoDOEn.-Ja- mes psrasns were killed. great uouger; not luearuui uouger, out Lo Willi, rnSearcv wanted for M HOQ M ' FT the murder of two men in Xtdson countv. ,,,e Kreal uouger, me constant uouger. PJ aroppeu mi CD O "e LeBan ucuRlcB wn refuaed to surrender to a sherifTa no.ee own iciigiun nnu nBeumeu anoinrr, some CD and was shot todea'b. --A warrant was issued fcr the arreet of 2o years ago and he has been dodgine ever CD omng oacu a aecaae or more we AND W.J. Duncan, late cashier of tho Louis- - Btnce. -uoa mm jumping out oi a winuow ot ine t CD villo Banking Company, charging the em- CD ! uapiioi to avota a teiiow congressman witn buxleinent of S4S 000 O in thH northwest have been whom be had broken fatth. -C- roD CD A Full iiiid enmplete UKwortiiient if Fiiruitiire, embracing A ,,tttle ,ater ne ,a Keen CD lBnB rwpon cold CD ereatlT damaced bv the r- -" e the ClieapeHt to the Unent Parlor NiilteH. No "inility in tne Cre.nt .Mootiter swinuie anu 1 Five ir.che of snow felt t weather. cd w CD need lo yo to the lursr eltl-- - ( inn Up your ptirctumeM, no matter two or three years after that he performs on Sunday. Moneton.X B, -quality ou uitnt, ax 1 can mill mIII liipllrat43 lit" Rten sc: ot ttie Knee-uriP- wioie .ir. C4- . , The Boston Go&e and other republican ,r ... any prleeH 3011 eau ohfalii elHivhere, .'roli;ht helm; ailileil. Alao . . . M .h k. A.XIllllimil. BEL lirfl 1C1ICI3 UUUCI a LIIUUilBC O ." CD , c mn.i.'s.ij.iliiln.lirlinip fl,nr K h (lb ullh. i.. -. .. ot return and tlodces .bis. wom. . . a lull HKsorlment ol ofliiiK. linnnlM ami I.4heH, emhrno - - : 5 uraw irom tne timet eniL acconni ror tne m M U2 , . men uniuri .l 2 iuo uouge,Eupuia d iUiitliAii rtp'lsra n n.arip i, nh lin hoth elieap and epeiiMve. Ware rooinn , Jiik nil tin Aen . . P- .B . ' opposite .St. Vhiipli mentPii in a brief thrp week bv Ins co Hotel. Maiiforil, liy. . t, ,, ... frDm ih. noll to tha c .,. ..Hruen ine vaii. Jarr owio, II. - oi .L n.efliuciy penuenwnrj, ww reiopvcu irom fn fc,,, ,,, " imnpniinr, Mnxr nt a .. 1 IT ff- ' t.t.1 .! rsry TAYLOR'S, ppER ine poeition nnti cipLiin iyjujubu n. aay ,,:.- . M- Co. i" "' '" "n.-r,h,M), r,,q rirn .tncint. nil hi Ani fir m iani r.t? Luc oi ii. iBrv.Bveuuu uij tetn j,fy, rUHNL c HArrTHEnsmmG.PA. HMed from the preii in (.'inum.Hti, being a Yuterday he renewed hn old game and CD pL rFive Awards at the Lotiisvillo Exposi iM4Hihkt of 200 bank pdK? Te same made the prettiest, most amusing and mwt tion in 1883. -ew w rkd on Hancock, cintemptible dodge of all. When he Mwclebuin3; .'".. . 'r in 2 p. rt sw Mills ft ri MIUITC;r. i.r Whi!e 5atsy Skyle? wan homing went to.lhe poll8,he'didn't,go like a man t ' 1. ti.n.laid !'. I'ortalle I. M. 1 . itti I'aivll'ia JIill r-squirrels near 'Louhn, Kv., he iiedl the raad vote tho whole'tioketf lie voted for ih mJ CD .'2ifcJ '.r ., r.1 Ml ' In ! 'IfAildir.ik'n. i.ieal f r Hbira butt of his Kttn to pjnch at a squirrel in a G ivem and on the question of prohibi-hlr- . H rite ur nm Hi, rtmainc wret t'iktn to Ah jtiouiie dodgedl Ha dared do Loither one CD i). M'P.iitE., 141041. f5 ffl ITe lirtit nnt fltM rnp. inr. rif,- - tlit nlHpr in roKovuie, , vrrn county, i.j , a ae to face the women and not vote, so he OENEIALAOT., P, HAMTON, Ut of eoatindrela went to church where waited until the last minute, after the tem. ' rirNroaD, Kr night service4 were being held and cut o :itt i7ri:Ai:s. perance women had left the poll, and :i:t!skjiexts. LA.MMSTn: int fHtcccvry bridle, saddle and hirnes then dodged! itt groudd. He cn't dodjo thy Cleveland avalanche The Federation of Libor hai reciuded in November. B. F. WALTJ8R Bo3ton Globe. tho rtolutfons adopted some time ago boy LASCASTKlt, KV. Ireland piys eight million per annum in oottiof; Cleveland on utccunt of b ts ve'ois Offico orcr Cltlxona National Itanl. Office hour, of billn cliimed to bt in the intereet of taxes to Englsnd. from 8 to 12 a. u. and fiou 1 t 5 r. u. AM) eiliincmen. . M. DL'aDETT. u v. ni'iiuir. . Arkansas sxalluw loth Maine and 31 HUBBLE A BURDETT. Vermont, with roam to npare. Vermont ATTOUNJ3YH SL'V TuAW, ivej a republic in majority of 22,400; LANCASTER, Ki AS SEEN BY GEO. O.BARNES Will practice In Garrard and adjoining countlei Maine gives a republican nnjority or A Larue Sloek ofllie (Villouliiu and Court ot Appeals, Offico in tlio JloMnion Mock, isl-l- y both together 42,030. Arkansas gives South aide Public ftjaare. JCriiVrST3 TILI3 JCOItJO" a democratic moiority of 14 136, maMiii.' St. Lou in 4 Pabk Temuce, Hioikiate. London, Arkansas ahpad of bjth 1,500 2. July 20th 1884. Rupiiblicai). Baker Grain Drills, Backevo Grain Dnll3, iear xmerttr (Continued from lut Inue.) damocracy of Louisville held a The McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, A fitting terminus to our Swig journey monster enthusiastic latiticition meeting ut Kalamazoo Harrows is at Geisibscb, where a glorious cascade Lledetkrmnz Hall Tucaduy night. Champion Sulky Plows. Ohammon Steel Bam Plow leaps at 20 bounds down a mountain side Cider Mill, Cace Mills, Gang Milh, Evaporators, Feod Cutters, male by Hone. E. J. McDermaU, Ken S. llobbins and Seuator-elec- t of the Joe y, of 5,000 feet. The hotel is BuRgics, Cnrringoa, SurroyB, Spring Wagons, Fnnn Wagons, &o. d Blaokburn. Cleveland wa". referred to hs way up in front of the falls, giving you A lew .llollneaiitl Fursl ami Hraille.i Sulky IMomniiI I,ckh than of them at ono view. Again, niott Tilden's political heir and the election of iudescribablo beauties mock the pen and the democratic ticket predicted. Cost fo eloNU out. Hniikim of Bhtac'ri Mulligan let'ew tongue. We spent an hour or two here the N, Y litrofdttays that "while pervert and then turned homewards. Hero also I invested in a Alpenstock as a iag lo the ue of s pculativ cbem8 an authority btowed in the interest of memento of the Swiss tour and Geiesbach dE3 - cended the people, Blaine to the in particular; which, before dismissing, I UAVE infinite mtMnnv of ch.atinj right and left may r.i well state was the cause of more Malting Extenais confederate cheat auJ t playing put anxiety and annoyance than I dreamed of LOUISVILLE, To Whom it May Concern. fully sharp games uro:i those frieuda in when I bought it. It was very clean, long K C. Bradley, of htanforU, gave me a Maine who, having conGJpnce in him, put and straight, with a spike of peculiar Closes October Opens August 16th. 1884. To Their block 0their moneys through him into wlm he brightness at the lower point. In fact it check for $20 on the Farmers National 10 ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. was exactly like a new rake handle, with a Bank of Stanford, which bank refused to praiaed as a good investment." The Court of Appeals affirmed the de- npike and broad ferule at on end. This, I honor, owing to some misunderstanding. cision of the Jefferson circuit court in tho uadertonk to land in London. Had it been The report that Mr. Bradley was arrested By Cnppa'8 and Glfmore's, ilio most famous bands of the world. of the Louli-rlli- e a battered staff with blunted point, I Lad is not true aud does him an injustice. The And now hayo the Bsst Stock in Cec case of George Levi, y by Mr. Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. Fire Department, who was convicted not come to grief. But it was so startling-l- check was satisfactorily adjusted tral Kentucky. ThoyhaveTarlor clean and new 3nd the steel so evidently Bradley as soon as he wos advised, and his LOWEST RAILWAY UATES V. ER GIVEN IN THE STATE. or making false entrie oa the city tax and Bod Boom Sets, Carpet, looka of Louisville and sentenced to three untried, that my fellow traveler from actions in this matter have been that of a Cane and Penitentiary .A-:ra-s- , ,t d to Xeuchatel tinned and took a sec- psrfect gentleman. Resptfully, Levi was .earn in the penitentiary. Chairs, Mar bio Top, s coxTr-A.zsT-:-:7rzor-criiazcizxr: E, Fishdack, K. R. Agt. with David Ferguson nnd Cope ond look at me snd it and then away with Centre Stand & ExTen works of Kentucky's great sculptor, Joel Hart, the bet possible collection inapp in robbing the city cf abstit $150, a suppressed titter, or broad grin, if of the When inquired of by telegram by Mr. tension Tables, fine hundred counticsln Kentucky will male exhibits, displaying products which Mill demonstrate 000, but Lvi, it is claimed, was the least vulgar, or covert smile, if well-brethis State's tremendous capacities and future creitneu An occasion for Kentucky Ai Fiahback aa to whether or not Mr. Brad-ley- 's Woven Wine, Cot-te- n pride and 'IKIUMI'HANT. uilty of the thiee. Ferguson was pardon- - Neuchatel I determined to endure it no check was good, owing to a misunderTop and Hair MatLonn-ges- , d by Gov. Blackburn after rerving enly longer, but carefully wrapped my obnox- - standing ns to another fuppesod check, I IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITION tresses, Folding Bed r ihrco months of a sentence In ious Btaff in newspapers from "eond to anawered that it was not good. But when Beds & Cots, "Wardrobes Presentinc at one tine in line over 51,000,000 worth cf horses, comprising nil the sires that have made Kentucky famous, The exhibit will surpass in extent the Royal block bhow in London, and uresen tiriaan and Bnapp, although convicted, eend," sheathing thu spike in a large cork; the check waa properly presented for payand Sofas, and Everything Else to the visitor the grandest, completeit.and most magnificent Stock exhibit the world has ever wit nansged to escape the clutches of the law, and tying itwith such a complication of ment, it wa promptly paid by the bank. Kept in a Store neHtd, and a sight that can not be duplicatsd in the world. W. M. BnioiiT, BENNETT H. Y0UN0, President. .the Supreme Cjurt holding in substance strings as thoroughly to lnfl'.j curiosity. J. M. WRIGHT, General Manager. Granulated fshtjrnr Prlcrn. Nat. Bank. Tu'.ler Fjtrm JiatileslTtUiS Hftsccly abteich of trust. Then I had niv revenge, if it wai viouiou. A Cupc, of McPbertn, Kan., killed hi brother jeaterday for th-- seduction of (Jfitpe'a daughter. Hon. R, T. Lillaid, of Xicholtaville, nu hed for, indecently assaulting Nannie gir Hue, the 14 year-olil Several hundred thousand peopb the (jrand pajcint of Cincinnati and the Brectac'e wa? very (irand. Georgia, Ohio nnd Wet Virginia will vote in October fo. State ( flkera and Legislatures, and the last two for Congressmen f wit-nww- ana. 'QTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. -- Cholera U not incre.HMis in Europe. A terrible flood jtrcVBil near Gerona, in ."pi in causing low of life. -- John G. Carlisle vrai nominated b acclimation Ht Falmouth Tuesday. Frnnr-- refuses to aiccpt the mediation f any foreign power ani Kill fight China, HarH'e apecchei in Irrfiana are eaui to hare nnt'ed the German- - Ajeinti)latiie. Kenator Voort et a voucies for 15,000 Mjonty for the dtmocr tic ticket in Indic How many longing looka trying to solvo the riddle I intercepted; how many inquisitive glanceo never to be satisfied, I detected and gloated over; how many male and female wondering starts I secretly chuckled at that said as plainly as eyes could speak, "whatever has ho in that parcel?" I kept my counsel. No French customhouse officer, nor English ditto, nor hotel keeper, nor restaurant waiter ever found found out what I was carrying so carefully. When I landed at 4 Park Terrace, I "undid" my package. It stands in its place, as clean and bright as yhea I bought it a pleasant memento of delightful journey to "Revenge is the land of Alpenstocks. sweet" of this innocent order. We flew when we set our facts homeward. Sailing up LakeThun we got our first grand view of an Alpine snowy range. Hitherto we had only seen isolated peaks, but here and until we left Switzerland we had the glorious chain of spotless white constantly in view. At Neuchatel we could see the whole stretch of the Alp from Mt. Blanc on the right to Matterhoru on tho left. To my taste the Blumlei peak is the symetrical of all. Mont Blanc is king, of n course. And Jungfrau queen. The is a terrible peak, as also the But I should not like to climb any of them. I nin content witn henest terra fir ma and hanker not after glaciers and such like, as when a younger man. This unbroken view of the whole range one gets at Mat-terhorWet-terhor- n. To 'calculate To Calculate lCTEitEST. at 0, 7, 8 and 10 per cent, per anInterest num: Rule When the rate is 0 percent., multiply principal by number of daya nnd divide by 0,033. Rule When rate is 7 per cent., multiply principal by number of days and divido by 5,214. tntiltl-pl- v T ATI a PINNY FHARIffiACISTS, IN" -- KKAl.KiS Rule Where rate is 8 per cent., Drugs, Books, Stationery and principal by number of days and diFancy Articles. vide by 4,503. Rule When rato is 0 per cent., multi- Physician.' )rKrlpi t aicuratdy compounded. Alio ply as above and divide by 4,055. Rulo When rate is 10 per cent., multiply as above and divide by 3,050 To find divior for any rate of interest-mult- iply The Largest Stock of WatohuB, Clocks , 305 by 100 and divide tho product Jewelry and Silverware by the given rate of interest. l.rer lroucht to till market l'r,f lower tliitii the lwe. Wat, he. ( lock, and J wlrr K- ihead 6 cents lirpoitagu anil ricel pa'red on ioit no Ice and Umut.tul APRI7P rr) v of g"odi, wt'Mi will help oil, ofeltlier tot, t '"ore money rlf hi tortutipt 111. worl.l awar than anything ett .,i await tho workers atoliitolT mro At once Tacit A Co., Aujuata, M.Uno. Cr-'- i pulC dr. m?mm - fe?--g) JEWELERS. Y"- LJ 'VJ5W5T" sco-tlyU- I nt A. Grand Combination INTERIOR -- THE JOURNAL al Ifif 111 ,ro" 111 Unt-Hf HIGGINS, -- And the LotiliTllle- Courier-Journ- HK.U.t.U IN. 4 Weekly Ilartlunre, SpukcM, JllniM, NIiol'm; One year for only $3 two pitwri for Ilttlo more tuau the prlreof one. By paying uj 1 yon will rrolre for on yar Hi your home with th Coiirler-JournA- l, repreeemutlTe newipiperof the. South, democratic and for a tariff for re'enutonly, and the Iwtt, trUhteit and ablest family wivkly In the I'nlted Mtate. Thoe who desire to examine a sample can do no at this oirtro. copy of tho Courier-Journ- al Uhrk)' H'ltfvln, vOVWi rnliM, JVhIIn, Unic'cric,, lM4'iiHU-urf- NikiMIcm, Cnm .tlllln, Chic-- r HtiKKy WliiirH, IIui-iicn- .r Motit'ivnri'. C'tirii .Hill. Micllur-H- , I.ii Corcm. Cottars, Roof-injrand NEUCHATEL. This was the last city we visited. An hour and a quarter by rail and you sttike l'onta-Iteon French soil. We were in Neuchatel about 10 hours, which we spent by the phcid lakeside, looking and looking at the snowy Ald. It is wonJerful how they so fill the eye, that it is unspeakably restful to look at them by the hour. The weather was perfect and on a comfortable settee un der the shade of the great horse chestnuts we sit dreamingly gazing upon the distant snow mountains, or watching the fishing or pleasure boats upon the smooth surface of the beautiful Lake Neuchatel. It was a fitting close to our peaceful and refreshing rambles in Switzerland; and like the dear LORD'S love to send us off home with such a charming final remembrance. By express from Neuchatel to Paris in a night. Another delightful day in the beautiful capital, spent in most active sightseeing and then a run by night to Dieppe. We boarded our old friend, the Paris, at that port at 1 A. M. of the 25th, and with a crowded cabin, rough sea and fellow pass engers fearfully sick, had a second taste of the English Channel, very different from the first. As soon as our little steamer stuck its nose out of Dieppe harbor the waves caught her as if they had been lying in wait, and Bnatched at and toeed her in such a df monical fashion that the poor wretches m the cabin succumbed at once, end teen the retchings below responded to the howl of the gale above; and this duet lasted the voyage out. Ever anon a thumping wave wotild strike the vessel'? side and then the fierce swish that told of a deck flooded from stem to stern, gave a nnutical variety to the night's experience that we "old salts" were quite familiar with. By trusting, with both eyes fatt shut and hugging the hard pillows clocly, Vernon and I both escaped nauiea, and the contents of our respective etomachs remained where they were. Once we were well nigh undone. Hearing that New Haven harbor was just about to be entered, we incautiously sprang up and ran on deck, but ran down again with increased speed, as one sight of heaving sea, set iih to imitating it iitatanfer. Happily wo reached our bj later in time to we lay with closed arrest calamity, wJn-eyes until we felt from the fver keeled motion of the Paris that we were in port. Then we got out of hci a ioon as the customs authorities would let u. Only in New Hayan was there a sharp inspection of baggage the dynamitarJit having made it unpleasant for hoaet traveler. I wonder they let my Alpenstock through without examination and unwrapping. But they did. Our tickets called for Brighton and wo thought we might as well get all we could out of them. So we ran down to the famous watering place, had a delicious wash with clean towels at the Ration, talked English with an aoantfon of enjoyment that can only be appreciated by one who ha been "muzzled" for a month on the continont; cabbed Brighton for an hour and a half, seeing it as much as we wished. Then we dined at the station on a real British hauls the first thorough meal such as we had been used to sinco leaving old England. Ncs more omelet nor cafe au lait, with a yard of narrow bread to horrify; but a wholcsorao cut of roast beef for Vernon and ditto of mutton for self; vegetables galore; and Bn appetite sharpened by a month of abstinence from victuals we delighted in. Didn't we pitch in? It is one of the sensual memories of my life that "square meal" at Brighton. Home again! Prince the LOHD1 Ever Geo. O. Bahnes. in Jesus, r r, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combimd Plowi, Wooien and Cast Pump, and tho Celebrated Hayfleld Elevator. Tin Gtt Stanford Female College. STAM OKI). KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, TUl Institution will open Its Fifteenth t'esslcn on the 1st Motiday In September next. "V! H,tlrmeit ii tfolitt lll(jht,,tr. tennj? will have prompt attention. "No sir." "What reason then have you ing that the man died hard?" "Because when an vui.u .u B1trt for thinkfrox- - ERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS AND " I found him he was ALLTIIK HKANCHK8 OK A Business is Dull A country merchant THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE Opera House Block, Oil, DEAIKIH TERMS MODEKATE. PSa,HtlH, ntT'T i:. Stanford, Ky., - " SB3 !- o P " Qw 3 a 4 o - 2 M. E. WEABll. UNDERTAKER, e. , o Xealei in Sijh, .... u . g .w ....,.. !.. wdi'" a . .!- ,, i- -.i t" t .tiO 5-- o P J ulml(iiniitliytr S P P !; p P P WO P lm Manufacturing J t $4 P . Uri 11 -i 11 V& g g j WPx t' . ;i:. stiW? ij CrEO. D. IKTEjaRSSWr, HUIIOEON DJ3NT1WI, C03DIISS10N 31EIICANT SWITZERLAND. AX UP ACT URERS' AGENT. 20,-23- 0; NTEB peiSE Ad-drw- Grocery. ono-thir- d two-thir- liimcuNter, l.sntniihy9 GEO. D. BURDETT al '..- OO., 1- SOUTHERN 25th, Lately been sive Additions POSITION :b "lt il, id TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY Gei-esba- con-tecte- C- i i itsriit cnoicrsr AtiriticA. frAN five-yea- iiwwiiiiuiJAiuiiuiMuiiiwBi.ujuPij nal i.uLijjji.iJwiiwy.fci'ux.iJJU'.tgrirs vmfl CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN C0UNTT. m iLVWwmmm Cal , leaves it beyond question that Judge Moore, formerly of till place, was handaume Oeore brut.illv rnurdcrcl in his own houtc. His Fou Rent. One of the inot desirable bride left Iihi TuumJay for McKinney ela f unity were away and retiring he the night tion, their future Ii30ie, "'ir he, wiahed 10, 1884 store ioodih In town. W. P. Walton. Ky., Sopterabor Stanford, of the tragedy, entered his room and was them. nbnut to light the lamp when the concealed The wore on the new brick residence of The meeting whioh ha bean In Mr. J. S. Ilughfa U moviiiR aloDK quite LOCAL TIME CARD. l, AN. at the Clirisliin church will probably nssasfin struck him over the head with a heavy instrument, crushing his skull and lively. . cloae to day ( Thuraday.) Totre have been 12 41 p.m. Uall train going North. killing him, it is thought, instantly. i ok r, M. oouin The Odd Fellowa will Rive a uppcr on severnt addition". .. 10 A.M. Eipy.tlralri" South The following is a minute of Common-weallh- 'a i Mi- - Clio Williama, of Mt. Vernon, f ... 'J SO A. M. Friday night, Oitober ni, the proceed of Norn proceedings in circuit court thus The iboro l calculated on standard time, Holar which will he uacd in furnlthini their Hall. returned heme laat Monday after a plaa M.i tlinel jiiout 20 mluutct rtitur visit of sevenl day to Mi Jael far: L F. Dailey and Ike Curry a fine of ant ; Lost Uetween the collese and depot Bedd. each h. W Jones is taking in the cities $50worl:-hou- for trem.-- Joe Yeager 3 months LOCAL NOTICES. on Wednesday, two medals, j;lven a, prizes in petit larceny; Wm. Withers this week. ofien-- o in two canes dismissed for IU'V your eohoal books from Tuto ft in rntinlc. Finder will receive n reward by It. II Bronaugh aold to W F Abrams mine leaving aame at this office. enny. want of pr.vof; Com'lth va. C, N. O. and a pair of 2,000-lb- ., oxen nt $1.11! per hun-dre- i . IlKAiHjuAnTnits for pchool books at Mc- M J Harris bought of O W. King Tex P It, It.; judgment for $100; Robert The excurtioniitla nre having all aorta of Robert Asians'. A San, merchandizing liquor, 3 fun out Went. One of our youn men was 1 yearling alter at $18 per held and one Reynold NctvaUade of ready mixed palnta for ens?, one dismissed and two continued and called to the door by a bralceman on the at $20 and u fleer calf of Ben Lutiizford erring trade at McRoberlaA StsggV. order of arrest for witntas of three and four WATCitwt and Jewelry repaired on short 8. K. H. It., and told that a gentleman nt $'20 I tint m Iliatt ha returned from the tiial and verdict of not guilty; Louis Bn. -notice and warranted br Tale & I'enny. hn wished to see him in the next car. An A comi'I.kte clock of jewelry, latest entered pome unknown individual fired a Vel. llr bought a farm of 120 acres in tpr ntult snd battery dismissed at deft.'a etyle. lloclford watchoa a epecially. Tate coal; Oo Rigers, ime ofieaee, judgmen ahot at him, which came near making Stan Clay county, Mo., mile from Liberty and & I'euny. 16 miles frjm Kana C.ty at $31) acre $5; Joa Billey, c ncealed weapon, not guilford have one inhabitant leas. The train are only ty; George Riwey, murder, trial in prog-re-was Mopped and ilrangf to My the would-b- e I In tells 'i' the improvement PERSONAL. Msck Vacdevepr has been indicted for moderate, tho land i 'rtc'Iy Grt ola. murderer made hia escape The brake-unTiik editor ban been absent aince TuesEi'j flraett Ut abjut rcaveed of the murder of hi uncle Steve Carpenter. was (liiclirK'td for the part he played day. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. flux. Mr. Ilarrir, a lady doctor of Ala Ei.i). V. L. Wiluajii, of Huatonvillc, in the matter. Another one of our boy had bia valiee of valuable atolen, but tin' bama, is here treating Ivq. Oarnell, Dr, Managed by Jno. B. Fish. ia in town. thief wan raptured after considerable ex- Pettua and Hunly Singleton fr rar.cer. ome of our farmer are beginning to Joikib W. It. Caumk returned from citement, thouifh our young men came Kicli of the pitient are well pleaai-i- l with sow wheat. Cincinnati lait night. near having to how him how Kentuckiana her treatment and think they are improvMr. and Mr J. K. McClary have a Mit. F. J. Campiiku., of llsckoantle can hnndle a pistol. The Kami City Slur, ing, eptciilly i (Jtrnett, who on now brand mrr girl baby. It is named Mary wan here till week. Spring, eptftking of our boy, aid that ten thor- open hi nilVcted eye anil aao uit of it, Margnret. Mi.tniui li C A mxjiin and J.C. Jaclc oughbred Kcntuckian were there en route which has not bren the cae beforn for There are several new cases of flux in aon, of IxhhIoii, were here yesterday. to Saulhwestern Kansas to ptuchiae 20,000 ratny months thia vicinity thia week. None hove proved Wm, Kami and Mhw Hann Mim. W M. 0'Bry.in, Hgent fi.r L. A N". ncrta of land for a cattle ranche. fatal so far. Mr. J. L Joplin has been are vlitlni; relative in Nelson county. r.iilroid at this pl.tce, and a mo-- t dr rving very low for a week, DEATHS. Mik Haluk and Ma me Dehnv, young man, led to the altar, Wedneaday Mr. John Conniff, the former section of (Uriard, are viritlng Mlwe l'aullne and Miai Alllsoni Todd, who visited in evening, Mia Annie Dillion, daughter of foreman at this place, ia now in charge of Kate Chime. thia county, died Wednesday moniiug at Cijit. F. W. Dillion, one of Crab Orchard' the construction tnin gang. The railroad Krv. F. 8. I'ou.itt, the ncwly-ap- . her home in Frankfort, after an illnrM of fiirest and mot popular voung l.idica. company could not have selected a better poluicd pastor of the Methodist church, arneatly two month, of typlnid fover. She May their Hti In-- nne "long hippy drein man for that oaitinn. rived Wednesday. " wan unconaotnua for nearly tbrte week be- and prosperity smile upon their pathway Elds, Stephen Colver and J. H. C Cnooic, President, and W. A. Fugli, The l)idal preaerjts were as fullrwa: Lamp favor-itfore her death. She wan a unlveranl have been holding a meeting at r of the Laurel County Coal A and a tremendous crowd was in attend from Mrs. J. H. Stephera; et of old gold Boone' Fork Church during the week and rociation, are in town, ance at the funeral eervice in that city jewelry, groom; allk quilt, Mi as Irene have had very gocd euccew. There have Mim Kate Helm, of Kllzihethtown, Dillion; odor eve, Mr Fih and Mian Sal je'terday. been about 15 additions. who ha been visiting at the College, relie; Yaae, Mim Jael Redd; wash tet and The audden death of Mr Henry The advance agents of Cooper A Jack-eon- 's turned home Wednesday. at the residence of her only child. nut, Mr. W. R. Dillion; plhcque, Mia circus were here this week. They Mrn. C. II Ilocti rami and Cot. and Mr. Henry Walteraon, ha brought sincere Jennie Kennedy; toilet et, Mia Annie will probably exhibit here eome time durMin 1ettle Lee, left yesterday to make aorrow to a Hide circle of friend?. When, II. Iuie; jewelry ci-Mr Tarrant; toilet ing the month, if they can eecure accomtheir home In Kansas Cilv. Their friend two yoara aco, flic and the venerable part let, Dr. W. M Diore. Trie upptr gotten modations, grounds, Ac, which I think all over Kentucky will reiiret their decision, ner of a of their wedded life up by Mr. TO M.ure, Mr. W F Ken-ned- they are about to fail to do. but at the mmr time with them well in celebrated so rare and interesting an anni and Mr. W. R. Dillion, although alMr Sim Anderaon, a popular millintheir new location. vowary, it waa the wiah and hope of every most impromptu, wan perfectly rplendid ery drummer of Louisville, h in town toFoil the benefit of those aiiiTerinK and ample. The ctkr were nice enough day. Mid Helen Chestnut has returned who hare not Mept eince the last guest that much of life atill remained for to grace the table of a king and in variety from her trip to Kansas and Nebratka. we will them both. iMueofthe iNTKHion Jocitsxr,, and pialit7 ciuld not be aurpaaaed. The Mica Znla William is visiting in Somerset. probably no foundation a ty tint therein RELIGIOUS. black cake in the center of the tible wa Mi Cleo Williams apent a few days last for the report of Mi Lucy Ilurlon'i mar-ria- j. Rev. I. 8. McKlroy will preach at Cof-fe- y' orntmented with a wreath of rose, raide week at Crab Orchard. J. L. Whitehead, catch ou u It wan intended for School-houa- e next Sunday afiernoon of iciog, the handiwork of Mra. Kennedy, of Williamsburg, was down Sunday to ee and we k 'l away, lht'n all. Therefore wsa the moat natural and beautiful it haa 3 o'clock. at his friends at this place. Rrieve not, boys, but pick your flint? and Every The firal rpniterly meeting of the con ever been our good fortune to fte. Last Sunday a party of colored boys try again. ference year will be held at the Methodiat one present atemed to enjoy the occasion. were returning from a game of base ball, LOCAL MATTERS. church next Saturday and Sunday. The After attpper Mia Jael Rdd and Mi whrn a difficulty came up between Bud ervlca will bo couducted by Rev. J. W. Sallie Fih, favortd the romp'iny with Manuel and Wallace Lackey about tome a. Keeii wheat at Hriglit A Curran Fitch, the recently appointed Prodding aome nice music, hith instrumental and trivial matter and Bud struck Wallace A kau. lot of Zcigler Uroa'. Shoe juat revocal and were complimented on all aide Elder of this diatrict. over the head with a wagon standard, which ceived at S. II. Hhanka'. The Kentucky Conference adjjurned tlu-had been uaing as a bat. The bat was GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Hmkent price paid for country hama at Mt. Sterling Tuesday to meet next year almost square and hrd very eharp corners. Lancaster for thia in Veraaillea. The apointmenl and aldea by T. It Walton. One of the corner cut a gaah about three Npxt Monday county conrl day hs inches long and into the skull juat above f W. J. HoMjtNii baa bten oommiMion the Danville district, are is Wm C5. Fitch, P. E. Danville, E. II. Pesrce; II. M. well a circus dty. AlirgecroTil will be mid a iiltle behind the left ear. Lackey h! poatmaatrat Arabi, thia oouutr. lUrrjdfburg, iu Liniiey, Supernumerary. was knocked eneele for a while, but fi Robert Kinrirdanl Peaches Burdetl nally got up and wauled to fight again. Read the hrgo advertiaement of Kdmla-t.- n A Redd; Perryville, U. W. Young, Miuk-villW. L. Stamper; Chaplin, J. W. Hugh-rf- ; returned Sunday from viait lo Texas ami Manuel wa arrested and started to jail OaaIv In lhi lme and lie profited thereby. L'lwrencelturg, K. C. St7g; CiinJeua-ville- , the Suthwe't. when lie made a break for his liberty and -- The In'fieco cop i unusually large: escaped from guard and is still out. J. A. Ciywoud;Salvia, .1. W. Har Jiik.e Thc. W. Varhok rm rvnttsl thaugh the price fell to 10c, imk farm-er- s thellaniaprojterty and will move to it ria; Jeasamlnc, B. F. Sedwink; Lar.ciiter, even PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. will mike money on the )ireent crop. W.S. Clrintead; Stanford, F. S. Polliti; next week. While engsjwl at work on Burriside' e itichmond and Providence, J. Reeve; Sime ten or fifteen emigrant left here I have purohaal n new deliverr wagon Hill, C. M. Humphrey; Suur'et, J. ware'ioua Yednaada7 rftrrnonn k filling Monday to cek th?ir fortunes in the far gojd !r ofotjarge. W. and will H. Willtania; Crintown Mlaion :o lw sup- tiruher lru?k a n;ro man, Will Denny, on We.!. II lliggina There have been three additions to the plied; Caaey MUien, to be jupplied by !D the head, indicting an ugly mIji wound The ten almrem of atock advertiainl in M. Johnon. Ltd. J. Riml w tran'ferrwl He roin.uiied infnible fjiite a while from church at WaluulM. The interest in the meeting is Increasing. thi" piper were aold t Mra. B. C. McKin-r,eya- t to the Lexington Diatricl; Rv. J. S. Sime etmenssioQ. Fortunts it was for ciiir town tht llie $1'JI Ilia reported that our constable into Flemrningsburj ami K:v. J. R rturn to Oivingiville undJ. D.Kedd fire wa extinguia.'ied in Storms' cellar last tends to reaiitn. We aro unable to learn a cheap an the Preple go Coal, lumber and KU Saturday. The wind wa blowing from the whether it is became there no pay in tbfcBieit fur caah or exehang for butcher U aent to London. part irnl iu l! prolwhility half a drzn .ffk'e or hecaose he d.in't like to tackle the WtQ. tall on WilliauwA Itaroiey. LAND. STOCK JklTcROP. hnue would have bvn barneil had it the bid ones. gainesl heulwy. I'eiiooSS indebted to me will confer a 1 he advance areola of Cooper &. Jack-son- s Joa. McClnrv aold a mate mule colt The (iarrard Fomn'e College optned great favor bv calling at Mr. Suu Stew-ar- t' for 75. circus were here Monday sticking up There were 120 in bills f.ir an exhibition at Kirksville and and aettlin up Mj Belle Hugbea. " Wyatt Sandidga lought privately .10 with 101 matriculates atlsmlance Wtdneday. Bsfure the end of Lancaster. They only show in small A IIVSI'.MK ii.iltone waa purchased, cattle, 1,022 puiiidf, ct 5 ct.-the wek over 150 are expected to be en- places so they will not pitch their tent in M. IV'ytno aold to Tim W. Iliggins through the imUruuienwlity oi Mra. B K. rolled. With the lauo number of new our town. cc!t at JP2 50 Wear'ti and Mr. O. W. Bronaugh, fir the ono um mule atudent in tow-- i our sire?1 preent a very 1'ud Broadus was to be tried at Lowell Tom Wood bought of J. E Lynn and grave of the late Uv W. T. Tyrce and lively tppeiranej The boom conu'nue in Monday for whipping a negr.i girl. While Wine. Adam Pence 20 Piliaburg cattle at $100. up yeMoidav Kv M in put every branch of buaineaa the jury was being empaneled there was Lehman Broa , of Baltitnare, bought of For next :!0 day wo clone out Levi Hubble IS head of 1,017 p¨ cattle DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTT. At Cost some objection to a teutieman fitting on rur entire ftock of ijueenaware and glaaa-war- e at o'je Mr. V. .M. GratiHin, of Sumpter, S. C, the jury and they got into aaquabbleabout at col, to make room for new good. C. J. Nnre fold in Cincinnati a car- - shipped Thurpd.iy to his home 20 head of it and before the matter was settled Bud We have aouie very hn niuiiie dinner, lea at southern horaw purchased in thi vicinity look up hi hat and walked out, so court of wethers, we'uhiag lOSlpouud Bright A Curran. and chamber act adjourded. J3.15. at prices ranging from $50 to $300. James (lren nnd wife have gone to -- Sml. Dudderar sold to R.L.White, Your corroiKndent is indebted to having opined, wc are now Thk aeaaqu Jacksonville, III., where they expect to of Madiaon. a rmal! bunch of feeder at Mijur J. I'. IcOrorty for a very handsome prepared to "furniah the public with frei-It. Q. walking cane mads from the stem of a male their home in the future. We will Mlway have on hand a $5 29 per en t. cyater Wyatt Samlidge bought in Danville, Mes.cin cuius It is very hard aud light Ward, of Etat llernstadt, was here thia will aerve by the plate or aupply which we .10 light feedtn, weighing 1,022 in weight, perforated like a honey CDtnb week a'siating Ward & Lutes iu taking an by the can, nt our atoro on Ltncnater atreet. privately, inventory ol their stock of goods. N. M. 5 cents. pjunda rt and in every way an interesting curiosity. Co. S 8. Mvera o!d to David C. M. Sponnamore Sesruan, tho great prestidigitator, open- Bhumile, of Mt. Vernon, made our town a who wenl from A FAtu excuraionlat He was looking Thompson, of Garrard, 12 head of 1,000 ed at tho C)4iera rlotie Thursday night and flyin: visit this week. Hustonville and who ia now viaitiug rela- lb., cattle at I cent. better than we ever raw him. If he had will hold fourth four night altogether tives nt Kearney, Mo., the home of the B. O. Pennington nold toT. L. Sheltou This show comes well recouiuienJed, not married lone ago he would have been a noted Jeaae Jbiiich.. aent this week to a 5 hulcher heifer of 700 lb. weight at 3Jc only by the Mr. Joshua ncvspipers, but by persons real handsome gentleman. young gentleman of thia office, "a flower nnd 2 yearling etcera nt same price. He haa been sick i quite poorly Davis who have seen it in other place?. fr jm the angel Je'ae'a grave." A call ia published by Lagan McKee for some time and about two week ago ho J. C. Caldwell, of Boyle, aold to Leha The farmers wera an glad to boo the rain man Broa. 91 head of 1,000 pound cattle, to chairman and Milcouib D.vi, secretary, had a atrtke of paralysis and is now in of for the republicans of Kiyle county to helpless condition. Mr. John Batsoa, thia week aa the one that fell a few weeks be delivered Dec 1, at 5 and SO at Oc. Henry Baughman sold to Oils and meet in joint conventiou Saturday, the DakoU, i visiting Mr. R. II. Batson of ago, a the gronnd had become no dry that Miw Allie Chenault, of Nolin, to atop plowing and Will McCormackll hoga, average 390 lb?, 20th Inst., to select elevon delegates to the this place. they were compelled Mrs, R. M. Argo. were all feeling that they had not the at o cents. Sam Biughman sold to anme republican Congressional convention which Ky., is the gueit of they assemble at London, Laurel county, on One of the beet judge we ever knew on time to loae, as their wheat should be sown 12 hogs, average 170 Ibi., at 5 cent. J A. Harris A Sana bought of Louie the 25th. without much delay. The aupply of fill the bench would always let anxious lawgraaa will now be abundant and thn farmers D.idderar 3 head cf cattle, one at 6 cent The Deaf and Dumb Institute opened yers fight whenever they begin to quarrel. and two at 5e Same bought of John WcdiiecdRy with 108 pupil, a much larger The result w.n that inJeM than a year he happy. aro t Hill fl steers at lc, the other five at 5c. number than uaunl at the beginning of tLe had the most quiet and paacible court in Mit. BazeM', of the Mllliken & Boz. In Cincianati good batcher and ship term. Wtu, Argo is actiug Superintendent the State. Nashville World. Co., was here yesterzell Octagon Spring ping cattle nre in demand; other grade during tho ab'ence in Colorado of Mr. The first newspaper advertisement aptrying to make arrangement to stop day easy. Hoqs aro firm and sheep nnd lambs Dudley. The Mends of the latter gentle-mapeared in 1052. here for about two montha or more, whilo will bo pleased to le.rn that his health adjoining counties. in good demand. the? canvaa this and Michigan has 00.000 Knights of Ltbor. CATTLE. is constantly Improving. They have eight or ten men nnd twelve or Common to medium f J.W)(.'v3,'.'3 Don't Give Up Yet. McFerran wan found dead Mr. Martin 1. 00,3. 00 fifteen horaea, and they deaired to find Good to extra butcher! It doesn't I illow tlmt a patient will die lecsuie f.OOC.GS in a C3rn field near his borao Wednesday rooms, Common to choice shippers Their mid wnre 0Pi" or that he will K lockers cnil Icnlers 3.71SI.75 night about 12 o'clock. He left home on the doctors have "gtrsuhlraproiatie to "pull him trade ct the hut place they stopped recover Jiu because they nous. the through," It li ueter too Uto to try the grsat amounted to between $1,C00 and $7,000 Solectdl liutclicn ami beavy i!iii)en...55.'.'0ac:3 horseback about 5 i M. to ride over firm and the horse coming back alone at virtue of l'arkn's Tonic. lr. Michael Oullfoyle, S.1O0A.9O and they left a big amount of that aum in Fair to gooJ rackers Bozzell went Fair to good llgut S.i3C0O dark, a search was instituted with tho ofMngbauiton, Jt. V., wss cured of Mieunutlim that town for expenac. Mr. It er ten years of uniptakablo suffering. Mr. l.OOy 1.20 above result. Cominoa ....,... The supposed oanss of his by W.afMcisber, druggist, ol tne t lty , certlfiis that up lo Riohmod to eeo which of the two B. SUEEI-- . desth was heart diseiae. Mr. MoFerran he haa told over a thaiiHiod bottle of Parker's places nulla him hist to locate, temporarily, Coinmin to fair $J.(0QH.2S M Toole tfarweb. ii reputtlu for tbti and other of GwJ to eitra .. I.taQl.Si was 70 years old. u but thought 'hat Ihii would he the town , of Jioktou, cuict. -- Advicw fn-x- i Mn ll1 ),jiiih- - (Jviiimisn U c ho lot hia choice. Clahic Ha.wouu, a Rood old colored man, died jeiteidr .in of fever. J. A. Sttpimriojii and hi id BRIGHT -- pro-ure- a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - e, wa1 mMmm Vj iub0 etnaS -- mJtmwmJl mJEim JfaMJ' AND 1 J -- F auuAiii 1 1 US 10 MEAL. p-- a; WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY - E-'- W if 1 II k bpC 1 I wk&miw k I S "it AND CABBIAGES, Lira-roeri- u book-keepe- And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- "Wat-terao- n, ALSO THE- - e, IHost Complete Xaine Hard- helf-ccntur- y y ware and Queens-mrar- e -- indl-Tidu- IN THE CITY.- - We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Patronage. y BRIGHT & CUSEAN. - 1 e, tn -- j W&M WwmmiMM - OP - Oil-lag- nwiffiim -- -- AT- f1 taoes' i -- ASD- Stnfos?d9 M&.W ld We have just received the Largest stock of Fall and Winter Goods that has ever been shown in this market. h XRY GOOD. Domestics, Flannels, Jeans, Linsoys, Tickings, Dress Silks, Cashmeres, Ottomans, Henrietta Cloth, Batish, Cassimeres, Shawls, Cloaks, Dolmans, Prints, GinglaniB, Figured Satins, Wool Suiting3, Blankots, Beiges, Zephyr, Bed Comforts, Dres3 Trimmings, Yarns, Linen?, Table Flannels, Silk Velvets, Basket Balmorals, Velveteens, Opera Flannels, Curtain Lace, Handkerchiefs, Plaid Flannels, Collars, Ribbons, Hamburgs, Veilings, Roucbiug, Beaded Lace, Laces, Children's Cloaks, Circulars, Newmarkets, Underwear, Jerseys, Nnpkins, Towels, Gossameres. Fringes, Corsets, Crape, n IIoopskirt8, All kinds of Notions. Hosiery, Kid Gloves, - 0XJO83?lH3:3Sr3Men's, Boys', Childrens'. From the following Celebrated Manufacturers: R. L. Stevens & Co., Alter, Forward & Co., Lilly, Brackett & Co., Chns. noNer. Reed & Weaver, Also Mo-ire- Goute' Furiihtiiurj GooiIf, nats, Trunks, ValUce, Carpets, Samples by mail when deaired. Paper. Oil Clotb, Wall J$& rnuFKSsKmt, A Rebuke Reversed. to God for Richard's deliverance from perhearing the anSister Grimes, after il. The hats flew out and shook the dust BAM 11, DURDKTT, i. W, HBOVTBc of centuries from the dark carving. As nouncement from the pulpit of the annual BUIIDHTT & 13K0WN, at onco determined to go. she went up sac caught glimpses ot the in A.T HjA.W Stanford, Ky., - September 19, 1,884 terior of the great building with its groin "E( the weather permits," said she to her MT. VEUNON, KY. ed roof, its chevrons and clustered columns; friend, Miss Simpkins. "and Providence is ALEX. ANDEHBON, its pictured saints and carved images of wlllin' I shall go an' stay through the THE CURFEW HEROINE, X.AW, the virgin, which the pillages of nges had nieetin'." of curfew toll. spired to be dealt with by time, the most Accordingly the ancient hair trunk was Will practice InDANVILLE, KY., and adjoining It lacked half an hour the Courts of Iloylo .... I il. .. packed and Sister Grimes set out. The counties aud la tho Court of Appesls. The old bell ringer came trorn unuer uie relentless vandal of all. Up -- still up beyond the rafn'mw tints first few miles were uneventful and were battled roof ol his cottage etoop and etood camp-meetin- f ATl'OUNJiJVH 131-l- jr V vzctatc ityimo or Kentucky A TttitntM AtWM IM r.r ' rtilvci-Mtr- , TxliiBtiiii, Kj-- , ATTOltNEV AT Attorney B. ... I'utl Diploma llo.lt.-fonrM h,ti, i) AtfrtTlICMl Tulii ,n S- -t Tf!er phj a ieuit l.lt.urr I !."" '. 'lm"Tfrt. LatlM rtcelrml tniliinwlul irMum . Of r b ' , . fr.ra IS IJ u ir, ,( Ul JB1 ;. triKtloali rrtMkimr)l Inllflluillt Pi rial Murirt for T.wlirri ! Ila.lnau Wen. m,-.- .! Klrkintp HM lull. i.t- -i . i, Tl ll h. ijt r I i for li h.aHhNlDMtani atictrir anl 11 on Waiid TlnKWec.ipkt.lh. rllt jfr r. t ,n in..,,.,) w It irt fffLOU)SVI LLF & NASHVILLE RRTfr SUm'JlgJJlRilliiUHJfl Sfi i gliJBiai.Li.j " THE GREAT a Wll.llllt ft J. FIBH. d thrown by the stained glass across her death passed in counting the telegraph poles nnd . with uncovered head in the clear, At Xjtiw, He had grown blind and desf white brow; up still up pasl arcade musing upon the infinite. Suddenly a And Mailer Commit, loner Hockoattlo Circuit Cour, air. ! MT. VKItNON, KY 111 ia the service, but his arm was as inuscuUr and arch, with griffin aod gargoyle staring change came over the spirit of her dreams. tion! practice In the ltockraatle Courts. Collecipcclalty. Ottlco lu Court-hou158J Thli notice forewarni humeri, fiihermen nnd as trer, and he who listened thlediy mark- at her from under bracket and cornice, She sat upright, with a startled expression, trami'i not to trriiwioti our laodi without heavy metalic throlu with all the hidcousnes and medieval which eoon changed to one of indignation. IiBH F. HUFFMAN, all inch acts arc ed no faltering in the the OJ3IVTI.HT, to the full eitentofMatchlar liable to te prorecutvd aTANKOllD, KY. of the cathedral bell. Old Jaier had liv- carving; the stairs, flight by (light, growing Suddenly she faced about and addressed a Maiitnril, Kj ITth, tSI. ISUtied.1 Oface South ilds Main titreet, two donri abort II. JlcMtlrkK. (,uiA W.M.McCtiMiick. man, with a white neck cloth, ed throueh many changes. He had tolled frailer beneath her young feel; now a slentht Myers Hotel) H.T. Iluah, A. W. Carpenter, u. ininop, out hU note of mourning for jtcod Queen der network between her and this outer who sat behind her, inquired in a voico of Pure Nitrous Oxide Got administered when re- i. llelil, quired. It. Cutib. Hubble, terror: Has and with tears scarcely dry had rung world, but still up. Without Change andwljh SpeedJJnrlyaled I'. I. Hholea, lllficlni Kelly, . PENNY, W C. McOoruuct, 11.U..W K.llo rer, DR. VT. "What do you mean by insulting mo in glad tidings of the coronation of was coming short and gaspout.the Her breath M. II I.TI1.. (I. L. Tarter SHORTEST AND QufcKEST ROUTE DontlHt. J lllll, J. Janier. Charles I. had been crowned, ing. She saw through au open spice old this manner?" Weather lord, SWnjJ- - 8TANF0KD, KENTUCKY. T. Vaney, moU L 'I.'SVILICTJTIIC ., ui. jiuriun, C. weaknee before all Jat-pe"Indeed, madam" reigned and expiated his cross the road at tbe foot of the Office nrer Uobt.S Ly tie's itore. OtSce hour J. A. Harris J. B, Murphy, J. M. Illlf. "You needn't indeed, madam, mo. You from S to 13 a. m, and 1 to 5 r. m. Aneithetlci nd V. H Carter, England in Japer'a time, and now he who, tower. Oh! how fur! The seconds were Ed. Carter, J. II. Mc.Uliter. mlnlftered when tioceaiarr. T. J. 'tter. under the army, held all the common- treasures which Cromwell with ail his know you did it and you needn't deny it, J. 1). Jnnea, T. SI. White, J. y Stontioiiicry e you sanctimonious old hypocrite!" wealth in the hollow of his hand, ruled as blood bought commonweath could not Mm. J. J. Moberlr, II. K, Mircum, wiih Hock, Sloutjoniery. Atlanta. W. 12. Ainou Sl.T. Iluttell, "Pray excuse me, madam, Up ah! there, iust more than a monarch, and ntill the old from her. JacktontlPt, Jlobile, and New Oiltani.ataBt.ail, A. I. Neitland, II. J Dartt. "I won't excuse you, you reprobate." 8. W. (litem. with the habit of a long life uj;on above her, with its great brazen mouth and I' Newland. A. man rrom tTtl piclnz BAY MAitCaupBEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA "What is the matter, madam?" inquired poee! Stanford a Utilehand a iiiIkIi, with one whilehim, raDg his matin and vesper. wicked tongue, the bell hung. A worm-eate- n 10 tie about HV, la Palace Cart WlthuuUbanire biod foot. 3 years old pait; had on an nld aaddle block from a step, and one small the conductor, who was attracted by Miss wun new lie was moving with a slow step toward Tf.JeM.rk. MfltltAT'.S Jil'IXiriC, tirapi anil ftfUderi. 8J0 Hr.WAKI) when a womsn came in hurriedly white hand had clasped the clapper, the Grimes' indignant tones. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST i will be Rlren lor lntonuatloiSttiat will lead to ber the gate, r b L ultrilie In Palace Cart 3i. Kt 3i on r. .The (Jrcat KugJLsli Remedy, t nllhoutcbanra "Why, this old sinner has been insulting recoTcry. from the street and stood beside him; a other prepared it the tremble to raise and Stanford, Ky. lovely woman, but with a face so blanched clasp its mate and tbe feot ewiug off and me." tiajKltlre.ciir for Weak Memo- ry, Ih of Drain l'o wer. Nerrnua t "What has he done, madam?" that it retmed carved in the whitest of thus she wailed. Jasper was old and slow, Kxhauitlon. Seminal Vraknna.. . Inipotenry, and Central Ixiu of with all of its roundoeu and but he was sure and it came at last. A "He has well, he has been pinching my marble, A', cr .rile C P. AlVOhf, G, P L A. Tower ol the Ueneratitc Urfana, ' !. nil all t..t., Her great, tolemn eve were faint quiver and the young feet swung from ank that is my feet." dimples. u Lnulawlll.. Ky. Blforslaalsg. uurDC ot youthful Ituur jdenc oi "Madam, said the solemn-lookinman, raised to the aged face in pitiful appeal, their rest and the youug hands clasped for the eiceeaol matured var. auch TraJ.. Mark. at Lnltrnal I.iMitiMe, I'alu In ih and the lip? were forming words that he more than their precious life the writhing ''what a monstrous fabrication!" l.ai K, Plmoeat if Vlilub, Pretua-- I itftiiV "'mBBbV r "Suppose you arise for a moment," sugnot understand. could thing. te Out AKe.anJ inmy otrerd.a-raE. H. BURNSIDE, l 'tat If id M lotanltr r( i "Speak up, lass. I am deaf and can not . There was groaning and creaking of rude gested the conductor. RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E, In a,l caietor )' dil, --L. tw . Woikneat the Ilka V hear your clatter." pulleys above and then the strokes came "Theic, he's just done it again," scream- ThiB Old ' 'J o itrr TjiflMn fif nnn tmnm ,. Well - Known (harm, rettonnaroil8e adtbrillianta loti or (Vlltiir, titt"For heaven's sake, Jasper, do not riog heavy and strong. Jasper's hand had not ed Sister Grimes. the eye Still Maintains its er, Klilim to lauty, toa ttiecbee. vmr&jms. andtparallntf "Bless my soul!" ejaculated the accused. lost its cuunipg, nor his arm its strength. the curfew bell to nighl?" lu r ta.Dt M.ni i. High Roputation, inert bioooui oiDiaun. I.ruisV.V.T.'h'ii ", ,t Aftsr Takmir, 8rMurray'a Speilfle It Mt all D.nji.i. t "WhatlXa ring curfew? Ye must be The tender, soft form was dashed to and Sister Grimes leaped from her seat to the AddfuDR.WAnO&CO.. Loul.l.n., Mo AND all tl per packatft.. or on pckti--i for s Alio I.t dafi, lassie!'' fro. But she clung to the cold cruel thing. isle with fire in her eye and the conductor wall, otae frp, receipt of price. TKiill prtlciilart In pamphlet whi.h I b "Jasper, for sweet heiven's sake for my Let one stroke come and a thousand might pulled from beneath the seat a large bag, Iti Proprietor ii Determined that uiaiuM iref werery appji, iui AJdreti a:i it Shall be Second to no Country to tbe aolo iuoiiuctiir-r- , Rale for one night in all your life forget follow for its fatal work would be done. from a hole in which protruded the head of Hotel in the State in its Fare, I I.VK f JtLltH.t V Jit. ItiKanaatClly,o.. to rin the bell. Fail this once and my She wreathed her white arms aoout it so a large game cock, glaring fiercely about Mo. Appointments, or AttenFold In tanf..rd by Tinny A Mc A Utter and all live, whom Cromwell says shall that every pull of the great rope it crushed and lugging with his powerful beak at lover shall tion to Comfort of DtugrfiiUttrry where & die at curfew toll. Do you hear? My into the flesh. It tore her aud wounded whatever lay near. their Gueiti. o.in -- .niKKA m, n awrtaie Atieoif. 11200-lyr- J Ky. Loulttllle, lover, Richard Temple. See, Jasper, here and bruised, but there in the solemn twi"Madam," said the eolemn-lookfnman, Chicago ia money to make your old age happy. I light the brave woman swung and fought "you see it was your own wretched bird nafnaue n III be coittyrd to and from t ke de free of charrt. Special acroumodatlnna that has done the mischief. You have ac- sold my jewelry Lady Maud gave me and with curfew, and God gave ber victory. 1IIB W,V LIMU ItUNNINM to Commercial Trait If ra. The liar ttlll alwajt tapplled with the cholcett the gold shall all be yours for one curfew " The old bell ringer said to bimeelf: ''Aye cused an lnnccent man of a henious oflene, bran4iof Llgaori aad Clear. Curb! "Would you bribe me, Lily de Vere? Huldah, my work is done. The pulleys while yon yourself are on your way to atYe'ro changeling. Ye've na the blood of are getting to heavy for my old ears, too, tend a cock fight. Thus it is that Satan beAND SOLI!) Tf. UNS East the Flagtafteneta in ye're veins as ye're have failed me, I dinca hear one stroke trays his followers." Boston Globe. r of the curfew, Dear old bell ! It is my mother had. What! corrupt the Too Mccu Irony for Him "I had no Washinoton, Philadelphia- N.Y. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO under her msjesty, eood Queen Bjef? ears that have gone false and not thou. idea you were a machinist," said a bright natinir iietcriHinM to cnange tu y tiutlDnu, I ofier lor tale (privately) inr Saw .Mill, tltuated on The only line running not for all the gold Lady Maud could Farewell, old friend!" county, Ky. Tho Kniiof Hruth Creek, Gotham girl to her escort, an Anglomaniac Ilttatloaary, In Cafy40x21, Holler haglne lOxMi Coun-te- r Babes have been born and bring me. adu jusi oeyonu me worn pavement a of tbe first degree, as they stood watching 21 tMgliiic Saw and Orlit Jllll atShaft PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS and strong men itieu ueiore now at me ring- shedowy form ajain went flitting past the monkeys in Central Park the other af- tached. Tbe properly It (Jrecncastlo, t rarrf.ud-nllli-- , J.ur.itrtf him. There weie drops of blood upon tbe ing of my bell. Awa! Awa!" Iu tioutl Illuming Order. ninl Clilracii nitlimit cliitiijp. ternoon. village green, with the white garments, and the face was like tbe And out of the Tlmter plenty and accestlblf. I would ! willing TIMK TAHI.K. "Aw, weally, you surpwise me, aw," he to eichanito for Rood farm atock, auch at Mulra, solemn shadows of the !icen lengthening fece of one who walked in her sleep and stammered in t. ritiS". great confusion. "Will you, iioruft, lame ,t "y Il.y l'rra.)nt wlttilii lofngiiie In the lumU-- butl- - I.utiiHVillu, fliicln mill ami fjCX. over it, a strong man awaited for the cur- her hands hung wounded and powerless at w, do me the favor, aw, to explain your l.re UmUfl.l. 7 1 p im emi will oud a good opvnloK by applying to a a hand- - her side. Cromwell paused with his horseliiKtuii. Ky., Arr. (ireeoraailo .... few to toll for his death. He stood I 01 I I. OK I.V, I 01 ptn coundwum?" (.rawlktaitllv. : l ahl llill'L lluttontillf, Ky a Ui and tall taller by an inch men under the dismantled maypole before some nnd brave, I.tfayette "It is no conumdrum, Mr. Addlepatc; it lltlM ti i: i.II tui Chlraa 7 Mam -- . than the tallest pikeman who guarded the village green. He saw the man who ia a fact." .. ' . : r Connectlut lo tiiue depot with fait tralm tor .K. was to die at sunset standing up in the l him. "But, aw, weally, why d'ye think I'm a '" t die? dusky air, tall as a kirjg and handsome as ..uuV, What had be he done thai he should uhw, A., horwid machinist." MtKRAY KJ.1.LEIJ. I 1M Little it mattered in thoie days, when the Abolom. He gszd with knitted brow loulttllle, K- "Because every time you look in that THE DRUGGIST, sword yielded by the great Cromwell was and aDgry eye, but his lips did not give cage you make a monkey wiench," murThe Direct Route to Lynchburg. Dan ville. Norfolk. so prose to fall, what he or others had utterance to the quick command that mured tbe cruel maiden. HTJSTONVILLE, - done. He had bean scribe to the late lord trembled on them, for a girl came flying KENTUCKY GOnfflJUL Mr. Addlepate fsll back into a baby carAll Virginia and Nortb Carolina up at the castle, and Lady Maud, forget- toward him. Pikemen and archers stood riage add was taken to the Home for IncurPoints. In Preparing for rt Llrely S u miner ting that man must woo and woman must aside to let her pass. She threw herself ables. fX. ror ticket, and turther Information, apply to Journal. "illue-Uraw- t your neafrat ticket offlce, or addreu Trade. Uoiilo." wait, had given her heart to him without upon the turf at his horse's feet and lifted v, e. AllrVOM), W.J. tUau, while the gentle Lily de Vere, her bleeding and tortured hands to his Adtertlalnir At , BhortesUnd Quickeal Route from CenTicket and I'aat. Airt., Tht Dimtnsions of Heaven. 1JU line of goodi, In crrry variety utually found the askiog, to a At... IhI.tIH. iT Ilouto of the kind, It tral Kentuocy to in p0jnt, Horth distant kinswoman and poor companion to gaze and once more poured out her prayer The following paragraph entitled large and complete. OfO'l Manager, Liit, West aad Southwest. (l.n'l her, had, without the seeking, found the for the life of her lover; with trembling "The dimensions of heaven," is from r'. Richmond. Virginia. Judicious Alterations in the Internal ArKatt L'ne Hetwrn treasures of his true love, and had held lips she told him why Richard still lived Lewis' Penny Readings": "And be measrangement 8ecure Boom Oomfort them f3t. Then he had joined the army. why the curfew had not sounded. ured the city with a reed, 12,000 furlongs. LKXIXGTO.V A C1CI.Y..1TJ. and Better Display. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Lady Maude looked out of her latticed The length and breadth and heights of it But s scorned woman's hatred had reached in tBeot tepl. . Particular attention la called to him even there. Eoemies and deep plots window at the castle, saw the great pro- are equal. Rev. zzi, 16, Twelve thouThe Direct Houte to had compassed him about and conquered tector dismount, lift the fainting form in sand furlongs equal 7,020,000 feel, which, A Large and Elegant Addition to the ' I,04 n. li 8otnU.Boio. Dally hie arms and bear her to her lover. She being cubed, is 4,JG,793,03S,000,00010001000 he was to die. Stock of Jewelry, him. 1 .' aaa. iaiiy bun The beautiful world lay as a vivid pic saw the guaids release their prisoner, and cubic feet. Rejerving half of this space And article to rertu, wood she heard the shouts of joy at his deliverture before him. The dark green for the throne and court of Heaven, and Ncrthweit and rwuluwut by tbe way of CintUUaa ... (o lu p mil I im ui 4 J In. above the rocky hill where Robin Hood ance; then she welcomed the night that half the ballanre for streets, we have the ; ' Im to '.. ,!,, .1 " . Arr. I'arlt r; " IaOVINTILLGorOI.CI..ATI. iaint ' ""7 "W ,' M.1 i n: " ri ll? r.! p t and his merry men hid dwelt, the frown- shut the scene out from her envious eyes remainder of 124,103,292,000,000,000,000 t.. I'h. . no it .. ... . l'arlt ... ing castle with its drawbridge and rquare and sculptured her in itsgloom. i Aim cubio feet. Divide this by 400S, the cubic- rr. Wlarbrsler. . ,. .M. , .. m .. .,. .v .,, 7: t oorni 7111 JLlcUIiO larllle and Clnclnaail ruaka IH long stretch of moor with the At the next matin bell old Jasper died al feet in a room sixteen feet towers, tbe HatlnR leaafd thorand oughly renotatod tlJadnlrabU reort andaccomUlretliouuectionat Ihow )lnte wtih the Light- l.Td. Wlnihetir 'quire, II M u r, . j, M I am now prepared ning hipiM, on the Ohio A JllMU.li.pl I 30 t ui parple shadows upon it, and green, straight and at curfew toll he was laid beside tbe there will be 30,321,813,760,000,000 room. modate, the public It, the following rater-Ho- to l.r St Arr. Itlekuiond ' ard at TlJnm Louli and all poloti Wrtt. " lneaitrr M pm 8 (1 ui " Ifawland and lodging, per week walks of the village, the birds overhead, wife who had died in his youth, but tbe We now suppose the world always did and . 7 no t at p m lUpn ' dT; - 1 00 TTmirci Only from LouliTlll. or Clncln-J-Iteren even the daisies at his feet he saw. But memory of whom had been with him al- - always will contain 090,000,000 inhabitant Per meal ... AJ.ULW O natf to St. Louie, being two boura Arr. Lttli.jfttgft jo ' j , IS p M Cottage of 2 roomt and cook room, wir wk. 10 00 ijulcker than any other Una gltlagour patwageia vividly than all, be saw the creat ways. ahl more AN.H' g and that a generation laH 33 year", 1 M p " room ' 7 00 tliiif foriufalaanl flnt choice of In tralca " ltn ! . WilllauiaburK-1 p to Slnglo room, red sun'wlth its hazy veil lingering above wffk 5 00 golag Writ. in ail 2,070,000.000,000 every cen- - Fauilllra who Proof of Death. " Jelllco tf M . Hi furnlah their own roomt and the treetops a though it pitied him with If moil jmopln are afraid of anything, it turr, aud that tbe world will stand hoard at the Hotel, per week .... J 00 ud be- No. 12Hours Quicker .oil Xostsi. Bound. iie ri alii .DallyI, No two any more than human pity. is of beinc Luried alive. That casts do years, 1,000 centuries, making in without fatnlllfi cana occupy the time cottaje linoguliig by waytfUhlrag., Dalr fint maklnir treclal contract. Ntwwia) t. 6U. tt. bn He was a Godfearing and a happen where it is very difficult even for all 2,070,000,000,000 inhabitants. Then ratea tocluht. No I rtunt allowe to taka w.L. Lve. JHHoo long made his peace wiih the experienced 00 In Jugt unless he It or haa been a boarder Bla ... man. He has a phjiician to determine auppote there were 100 world equal to me ana accominouttlon for horstt. Accommoda. " LlTlBjnion . 11 M a M.. II m " lir .. .. heaven. Nothing stood between him and whether a penon is really or but apparent 12 p m' this in the number of inhabitants und du- iiona iurni!icl rtoiu tbe trim at al t!mt 2!l-t- f Arr. Rlfha.ond ) l iu, It. C. KXfiltK3l.tX. death nothing rose pleading between him ly dead, without his having recourse to ration of years, making a total of 2 970,000 Always maka- ti.ve. iMiirlaHi ;, w Hod tho'e who were to destroy him but the means which, while they " Mtxntter ... It 41 a u would at once set- 000,000,000 person'; and there would be " Hlrhmond .... I U4 1. w de Vere, whom he loved. tle the dispute, would place "i'W' sweet face of Lily Suvo Conlife, if it really more than a hundred room sixteen feet She had knelt at Cromwell's feet and plead- still exisled, in jeopardy, may bo judged square for each penon. Wl p m, ,u J p tu 7 1 Arr l'arlt . ... him Sue wearied heaven with her iioin tho act that the Trench Academy, ed St p in' With all Lluea at It p im 8 lUn in Till Johneou went cut fishing agiin cr' l.te WIuciMitr r.vatl. .nyer, but all without f U w II Ai tu r some ten or fifteen yeiw ago, ctlered a day last went He had ,i Arr Ciuomnnti, Louisville and St. Louis. I.re l'arlt a nice lunch fixed a 11. ,i r mi 1'aiU . .. Slowly now the great sun went down. prize of 10.000 franc for the discovery of i p m a , , , , P up, but upon arriving at the creek he di? Arr OiMhUiia 4 trt p u, i M ,, m h lft m Slowly the list rim whs hid beneath the eouie imand by which even the inexperiXo FcrrR'ft! XoOiiniibiiKTraiiK- Kduiiiuih I M p l 3 7 p ,a - p u, Oitlugten . . Thirty minutes more and he enced may at once determine whether in a covered that he had lost it, m he retraced I, M I, ,. j . his step. Meeting a large, satisfied lookwould he with God. He almost felt the given death had enUd or not. A ing negro, who was picking hi teeth, Till' (. nafiilona made In t'nlon Detwt. fet. Louia. iv.svi 1.1.1: iiit.iMn. 1 " . 1, fraiut air pulsate with the 6rst heavy roll of the pbyaician obtained the prize. He had dig' .mf.--,.-r-.....- .r"1 J!S I rou Uwe-t- , j( 1ib, Hjln,? Wett, Nurthweal and hoaiil-ltoiiftU asked: 5J3 No. aj. itu m death knell. But no sound came. Still covered the following Aunday you failing, try n II you are eolng Wwt to any rwlnt, rail ou or Dally p'ie "Did you pick up anything in the road?" s Aremswk.1, a pare, WrrAB' IletiTn He ""Ifeyes nomenar: If clean, wuoicaomu H. Diiti. to. bJ,.. win 10 the undiguJ facing the soldiers, with his cleir gray the hand of the Mumpriurl "No, tab, I didn't pick up nuffin could I'.r lull and relliblo Ichrmatlon In rttrard to Lt OitlB.-toi-i . I .. .. upon them, he waited. Oj ! m pcraon h held toward the candle or other not a dog hab found " W a Laid. Ac , in the Healern atalft, Map., uulde " llXllMldU it an' et it up?" iu, 7 ST a i SO I III and ,. weal ,Kclal ram lor Tlikut and lluusobbkt For rirnln, Ncrrct. rt. ntarh.IjTer Kl.lricia, " Paris All nature sounded her curfew, but old artidicul 1 It a ni I wiih the fingers etretched, Texas Siftinc. a in' II" jl 10 (Joola to all points Weal call mi i,r adilreM LunKt. An L nr jual d Inn.-- rant. Cure, Arr illllaril.uij 8 IRm w, S p Jasper wi filent. and one touohing the other, and one look " Ckuilate.. ... II. AIjI', )a im IIOtM 5 I"' p 10 00 H 1,1 Bucken's Arnica Salve. " JnkNanti. .. I'aiaeiser Ag't Ohio A UlMltilppt Hallway, with his gray head jet through tbe epaceu between the If a m! v is a 'The bell ringer, Heailnche, Tever. Auuo, Chilli, 7 tdj 1. iu light, there JHayttlU.. ... Uarrotlibiirir, Ay ill .t n 1,1 ill m,t H m, , . ., - iv Tho belt Salro In tho world Ut Cuts, Bruliea, W.I'EAIHIDV, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. W. D. dllATIUC. bared, had traversed half the distance be- appears a tcarlet red color where the Sores, Uloort, Salt Rheum, Fortr Sorea, Tetter, (Ifii'lIlMt Act, STM UoTTT K" "8r, ...." ? tower, tween his cottage and the Nlco to tnhe, tn.n nu nt, uncqunlcd for t ... . I'AUIs, entrai ljteLger Agtnt. Sunday touch each other, due to the atlll cir- Chapped Hands, Chilblain,, Corns, and all b'kiu Htl IV Dallv Cln.lnnall, Ohio. nuly. t.. aiitNignt Rt. 'un when a form flitted past him, with pale, culating Utiid blood, as it shows iuelf thro' Kruptlont and positively cures PJIc, or no pay rej Sweats, Nervous yVoaStncgn, ' Ltj, MaysTllm.. IS ,, w j t shadowy robes floating around it, and hair the transparent, not yet congested tissue!; quired. Iilaguarauteol to giro perfest eatlifac-tlo- u Mlarin, Um c a, Htmil IJccil.v p hi or money relunded. I'rlce 31 cents per box. sn n t low western lights touched and nut when life is extinct, this phenomenon For talo by lVnny A McAllttcr. that the & S. WEU.H. Jerscv Citv. N. J.. U. H. A. III li fal 9 JJ, ... .. Vm,;-.:- .. i' IU : ;.' B LAMnwm;y.rTTrTjywrrfjrnT 8 M T llkiu a ,.., : :' tinted as with a halo. Arr i'aiit atoace cete. The rnoet extcmivs and 3 so p m h 10 ft gM,', ,;, An Want Answered. I .Minion old man thorough "Ahl Huldah, Huldah! the : '" r " n ma m r, no trials vutabliilud the truth of this a .,ri,7,.' Canaoy one bring uaaoaae ol Kliucy or Llrer All the News for One Cent ! mutttersd; "how swift she Hie! I will observation and the prize w.ii awarded to Complaint th.it Electric Dltte.'t trlli not tpcedlly rain No. runs uany worn ivir"b..T JJoti: i cure? W'c tay they can not, at tooutandt of cases come soon, dear. My work is almost done." Un diacoveier. jnd UxlDxion lu CiTliiRUw, but Uilally m,,. iioday Muith of Wise heater. ' already permanently cursd and who are daily recHulhah wa n dood wife, who had gone A Qoou.ITEAnTKD (JiHL. "Wall," said ommending Electric Hitter, trill prove. Bright' from him in ber early womanhood, and Disease, Dlabetet, Weak Uack or any urinary comCIIKCrisATIOX XOW 80.000. IMiuni.tli AcioitiiiiialMtlon No. in. iUIIv lr for whom he had mourned all his long life. the bootblack who sat next to the alley, plaint quickly cured. They purify the blood, reg1 sj I and who had Leen keeping very quiet for a But the Heeling was not Huldah's. It was ulate tbe boweli and act ou the dlteatod parti. '.'i,'" lt,4,C l oln,nMt" "" ".He Cor. Delivered by 1k,v to the hounes of tubsiribers in Buchu-Paib- a taivjiiaud lillagct nllhln tiM iiiIIm ol Clu- Ltl)je de Vere, hurried by a sudden and ionic time, "my gal amt stylish nor hand- - Every bottle guaranteed. For tale at 30 cents a Ilpiniirlinhto Curoa of Catarrh of tho cinnatl, tb night of publkatlon or bottlo by Penny A. McAlltter. desperate tmrnoso toward the cathedral some aud ehe haint got eciall feet and nimbler. Inflammation, IrritaUonoi'Kld. nezttiiornln;, iirys aii'i niuauer. rito.io or Dls- "So help me God, curfew eball not ring Oreclan nose, but she's awful Rood heart- pasos 01 uit. rrostato uiand,llrnvcl Opinion of Interest to All. A Lawyer's irorislcaI FOR 0 CENTS A WEEK. MlVl.llmd rnm.lll nl.nA.nj Ta.nn.i.ln fn.niohl f'rnmuu11 ami 1,1a ilr.limniUMUlB I Cu. J. A. rwey, Esq., a lead attorney of Winona BY MAIL 25c A MONTH. encoof Urln,nll Dhousosottho "How Rood?" ashed the one who carried Minn., writes; "After uilnglt for more than three way. Once more will I kneel at hia Organs In cither sex. For lTn thb neaiiny or unnatural Dlthnrifes uso I lake great pleasure la Hating that I regard ycari, three cigar stumpi in hia vest pocket. feet and plead!" Latest Telcgrapbio New! also "Chapln'H Injection ilotir." each 31. Dr. Klng'a New Dtscorery lor Contumptlou at the Kor hll'IIIMS, lithor contracted or I She entered the ruined arch and wrench Latest Market Reports, "Well, the other night, when I'd been beat remedy lu the world for Coughs aud Colds. It heruilltary taint, tuo Clupln's C'onatltu. ' w'u(ue'tr ' and Wttthlnslon, D. C. nun imn'r nynip, 5i.iwior uoitio, nnil ed from it? fWnnj(,s the caned aud worm- - eating onion3 and xho hadn't, ho rubbed haa nerer failed to cure the most seme Colds I Clinpln'a .SypliUItlo I'lllJ, SAOOj andCha-pin'- s 1 MONTH ! leu door that barred the war to the Limterer cheese oil ovor her mouth, so as haro had and Invariably relieve tho palu In the Sypullltlo Sulrp, $1.(0. 0 Ijottles ......... iwnrft Byrnp, S of 111M, 1 Kalro, by n.vpros3 on cheat." Trial Ilottles ot this sure euro for nil W.II. WIIITri.KiUY. She ascended with tiyiue and not to make mo feel embirrasjed wer. Detroit hroat and Lung Dlieatos may receipt of Sl0.no, or nt Drujclsts. had treoat Ten-u- y raae. Ages ""'Wf rtlfent. AGENTS WANTED, irar. IfllltMIAU. I.Kv. Ii. S. Wntra. Jerhov Cltr. NT .1.. IT. H A renzied feftt the stepj, her heart lifted up Free Presj c.w.Sf,7riru,K7, A Me.Ulittr't Drug Store Urge ita tl. Apply toOftV.e, Nn. M,s; aud w Longwerth it. ' w. lKKHSEliBXKCSJlZ5J2aWfimaarf h. wcef-cenle- U.illTII,Uil.,u,k,. Through Trunk Line POSTED 8UIIOJ30N mild-lookin- g r IISI-lT- r. SOUTH & WEST pur-cha- but" Strayed or Stolen S35-4- 1 PUllMANCsRSK '&'.. j. MYERS HOTEL, f g STANFORD, KY. Propr and Hotel .fi ,a 1 AW kjt inr 4 FREE! . , .e. , "MOXOUT KOIJ'l'JE." Louisville, New Albany g Railway. fil Pullman Palace bell-ringe- Saw Mill For Sale! It. n Kentucky's Houtc - A soltd"teain TkTOXl3L. r W-- tf lilt WASHINGTON CITY. G.F. Peacock NeTTT tl vri,,a,J,"f I W&t I. ! KY., fij 3 Brit-cla- ta !', ,, To-nig- St. Louis & the West fV r, HALE'S WELL. !.. -- 1 1 - 11 11 . I mak-makin- 1 . 111 ir 100,-000,0- g TT -- rst. O. & M. 1 , V fr MTEUS&m Fnst Time and nections mj, 1 1 , , . 1 green-wood- u- ,,, ce . KEMEIffi " well-know- lij-U- TOMIC, 1 - M . . 111 111 -- ! -- at . , fin-ge- rs . fcOlTII-Iltil'NI- ,. - uitnuu 1 1 1 Cincinnati Evening Post. 1 111 11 11 ifeQ I D (Itmlto-Urinary Independent in Politics! 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