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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884120901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I Semi VOLUME XIII. weili Imfefiof ImtftraL 9, 1884. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 309 WAR TO THE KNIFE! KNIFE TO THE HOLLOW! IWW Tmm ZriBIIE i;eci!al sl vnaiTKit - mm OLOSIlSrO - OUT SALES GREAT AT- J. W. Hayden's Store Sandals, Arctics, Coats and Gossamers; Ladies' Wool Shawls, Skirts, Cloaks, Hosiery, Underwear, Fine Dress Goods, Trimmings. A special slaughter in medium Dress Fabrics, Ginghams, Flannels and Waterproofs. A fine display of Fancy Articles suitable for Christmas presents. The instructions to salesmen this week are: "Let 'em go! Sell 'em! Never mind the cost marks!" Now is the Sale the place ! time and the Great Closing-Ou- t Having determined to quit the goods business on account of failing health, I have nmdo up my mind to stand any sacrifice that is necessary to close out my stock at once FOR CASH. J. W. H ATrTBEKT. A Boy's Story. Martyr in tht Anna. V three boil stoal out for a Luk me Mood calm.r in (he arena, waiting for the guardi (o ctll tb Hon to to and dick and jlm.it waa late at ntle and Aw. dinner, when CotntnodiH, the emperor, ful Dirk the mtxfa bad doused her glim, touched ith compaasloo, fitted an arrow we crept to the barn a ali old crowd and to hi gun. remarking to the prtaoocr that br indie's bell unhukkled, and we kicked if he would att tarn a Utile aidewaya he Jim's thins when he talked out loud and would put out both hit ejet, o that ha pinched him when bo chnckaled, and Then could not tee the lion come in. we climbed for the gtrdin patch and we rattle, and Sxrn we beer "There U one eje about me," atid the maid martyr, calmly, u that you can't thoot out; ed the woojshed latch and a Vols eeii "blast them Cattle;" and p cum out in his that will Improve after I am dead." "An what that eye, air?" demanded the Shirt and pants and a lantern and munkled round us, but If we'd bin Ji elefants you emperor, with loftly acorn. "FartlUasr," hoarsely replied the mar-y- r, bet he couldn't Found ui, If It hadn't bin holding hia hankerchief orer hl face for that stupsd jim we'd fuled htm like a A A Mother's Hope and Anguish. Joseph Pulitzer's Caretr. Did you erer see a bib die in its mothMt is singular what wonderful changes a er's arm? Tne lips livid with the sluggish few years can bring to a man. Joe Pulitt-er- , blood; the little nose pinched and white, of the New York World, has a singular the dimple on its cheeks and chin drawn career. Not many years ago he was a steveinto long hard lines, all tell the father it is dore on the levees at St. Louis. Afterdying, and ht puts it in Its mother's arms, wards he became a coachman for Capt. and dashing a tear from) his eye, saya. Jas. B. Kid", of fettles fame. Then an "Mother, it is not for long. The death dew cident gave him n chance to run for the la oniubruw and we must give it up." Legislature of Missouri and he waa elected. Bat she cinnot give it up. She says it He made something of a mark in this pomust live, and she presses it to her warm sition and got a start. Afterward he seat Sl. bosom and pray in silence once again, and cured an interest in a Ojrm tn breaths upon its purple Sogers, and rocks Louis, which prospered in hit hands, and It to and fro, and chVe its feet and sings he took quit an important hana in local so low you sctrce can hear it, some sweet affairs. He and Ctrl Sshure were in the dazy butjim's a Qirl heciu't keep still lullaby, hoping against hope to woo it newspaper and the Greely movement toto conceal hi emotion. Alwl she gether, lie sold his Germtn daily at a A chftkinr cob west murmuring all and ax jat like he's craxr, the lantern back to health and strength. around that tmmtnaa throng, like a do liled pa up fine but smoked and Hired & cannot stay the hand of death. Its breath profit, then bought the Pott'Dispatch ht a trying to gat into a imokehouee, and the Flickered, and pa got throwed by a pun comes short and difficult, then ceases, and song and it became worth half a million In dry aanda of the Arena were bathed In the klnvine and jlm brokedown and anlkkered, the father says, "'Tls dead," but ahe, etun-ne- d five years. Hi sought a broader field of and hoping yet, raises it in ber arms. work in New York, got hold of the World lean of the Komin populacr, Comuodua and then you jest should seen pa jump and Us fly heltersktlter i birked my shins It gasps and she crlei that it will live; but which wu then a charity patient, and baa waa to confused that he swallowed the ar Now was the final struggle, made it a very valub!e prjpirty. row he we Qtting to the bow. The cur-tai- n on a bickry stump an i cut for a place of no, that faint Speakin of hickry reminds and though she again raises it, it breiths having bsen abiut tw yeirs a resident of waa rung down, the lights turned up, shelter and the audience dUmisied, and the next me of the way pa warmed my jacket, but no more. .Mother s baoy is; ueu. in .i New York city he is elected to Congress from a district in wiich he does not live day that martyr appeared on the hill u you'll eee me take that out of the boy Burdette. ' Kogagemenl extraordinary the leading which nave away the Ilickil, as a Kicker Tne fact and never will reude. Philadelphia TitEOitnica histo Times. American buiuorUt, impersonator, and All the boh with which Mr. Blaine waa does not appear in works on natural s It is a remarkable fact that Gov. Clevelightning change artUt. Firot night of the is a kicker. frying to delude the country a few weeks ry, but the oUrich Ibb Burdette. relates that Dr; land has never filled out the full term of Lig The Los Angeles Erprtu ago is coolly swept away by Hugh of the ostrich any office, Ha has been elected to official In his masterly report as Secretary Sketchley, who has charge Ma "I have my doubt about Mr. farm at Anaheim, wjh pluckln? oue of tie positions three times before and each time my dear, and wuh you had not of the Treasury. All the cimpiign lies of has been obliged to resign to accept a high organs and orators tint the birds a few days aao. When they pluck said 'y-- ' belore cinmltlng me." Datiijh-te- r the republic a stocking is kept on the head to er trust. As he has now reached the top "Why, what in the mutter with him Morrison Bill and the democrats were re them While he oin not sea he of the ladder he will probably be allowed th birl him?'' HI has no trade, profewlon or sponsible for the depression, all Mr. Blaine's bliii'I is quiet, but if his blinkers get uncovered to serve the people to the end of his term. busine, that I can diacorer, and haa cer- p'tmsible efforts to make it appear that the then he "cobs for" the Dlucker. Tho Doc It is I?nifi2nt that oni man Din N, tainly no expestationn, ai hU relative are Uriff must bo mtinttined in ill present presented his tor move! his arm so as to disturb the Lock wood of Bufftlo hat all poor." "Hut, ma, juut think what a state in abort the whole bisiG of the re name to all four of the conventions that stocking, and instantlv be saw what was a good husband he will make. There publican campaign on tht tariff issue, is nominated him. He is known as Cleve" by Presi done and went head first out of the pen, won't be a quarrel from one year' end to "cjflt as 'rubbish to the void caring for any more plumes just then. land's "discoverer." ,rSouth Kentuckiac not the other." "You think so now, no doubt." dent Arthur's and President Lincoln's As he tumble 1 head first over tho fence, "What do you think?" said Clara: "that "Ob! but. ma. I'm sure of it. He is to Secretary of the Treasury, one of tho ablest the bird be was a jack one, of course-- let horrid Tom Brown proposed to me last amiable " "Perhaps bis amiability has practical financiers, and soundest statesfly a kick which, striking n fence-boarevening. He hummed and hawed a long not beort tested." "Ab! but it ha. You men who haro ever occupied that office. made toothpicks of a whole panel length. time, but finally spunked up courage to Springfield Kepubtican. know how most men dislike parentsin. The mule's occupation as a kicker is gone aek for my hand." ''And what did you law" "Yes." "Well, he id he would Fifteen orange trefs near Plant City, in this country since the ostrich came. gay, dear?" asked Delia. "Say? Why, 1 not object at all to living with you and pa " Fls., yield tbU year l.")0,000 orangea-1- 0,him I couldn't be so cruel as to burGov. Crittenden, of Missouri, is reported told him with a third hand, when he didn't -P- hiladelphia Call. These trees-- aro about 000 to tho tree. den in Washington City modestly advertis know what to do with the two he already The practice of keeping cattle till three forty yearJ old, and furnish another Illus Boston Globe. ing himself for a seat in Cleveland's Cabi- had the awkward booby!" or foV? yen old before fattening fs much tration of the persistent vitality of the or net. He will content himself with the Positive Cure for Piles. lees common now than formerly. The Im- ange tree In Florid. O.ie hundred and Secretaryship of Interior. Mr. Crittenden To tho people of this county wo would say that proved breeds of beef cattle runturo early. fifty thoupind oranges at a cent eaub. is 31, has been quite conspicuous as a Gubernawe have been given tho agency ol Dr. ilarchlsl'a 600, but tho reader Hhould nof, from this steers of the Short-horTwo year-olin Missouri, and the sime Italian I'llo Ointment emphatically guaranteed breed aro as mature as and average larger fact, jump to tho conclusion that .fortunes torial failure of talents he exercises in keeping out to euro or moiiey refunded Internal, External, f native stock. than are made without risk and greit labor sort Illlnd, Weeding or Itching rile, l'rlce 60 cents of fail probblv will keep him out of tho a box. No cure, uo pay. l'onuy A McAllster, raising oranges In Florida. CUlti: I'OK l'lI.Ha, Y World. Let the people read it in reeling italics. This is a bona-fid- e f$SI3Sf$ 0119, not a CLEARANCE Sale! Four Thousand Dollars sold in November; Ten Thousand MUST go in December. This is the week for the Blttody Slaugbtes ftfi Fsiees i The biggest drives ever offered in Central KenClothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Fancy Goods, Dry Goods, etc. Special Bartucky on First-Clas- s Suits, stylish Hats, Gloves, 'Kentucky Jeans, Rubber Boots, gains in Overcoats. Gents' tailor-mad- e A martyr SOUR GRAPES ! tfcell ic Our jealous competitors are sorry that we have com to town with the ppr Largest Stock of Clotiiiiig Tkat was ever slums Hutlcr one roof and tho Cheapest aatt Best Iiiue ol gp Men's, Youths', Boys' and Chil dren s Suits & Overcoats. We Defy all Competitors. Come and: See for Yourself small, Oome one-oo- , That we can Sell you tho CIieupcHt ami Host Goods at manufacturing prices. We ! m tfeas first-clas- "-- are only here for 30 days. me all, both great and Gay-fello- Main Street, next door to Farmers National Eanko C3r- 3FI.- - KKPBESKNTS "Waters & Louisville, KT; Cincinnati, O., and In'llanapolli, Intl., dealenlnStrloway A Bona'. Decker liroa.', lislnea', J. A C. Fischer, Voso A Sods', lialilwin Co.'a Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Fortoi: also the Estey, tibonlnger ami Hamilton Organi. Instruments sold at prices and terms to suit purchaser!. Don't giro your orders till jou get our prices and terms. Danrllle, Kr. 1. II. Ktolclwiii m Co., i vsasaH FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E inuit noted and aucctmful specialists In tbe U. H (now retired) (or tbo euro of Xervoum JDtbUtiu. I,omt 2Banltooa,n'rakntn Anil Becttti. Kent In plain sealedenvelopoVer. DrusElaUcaaUll 1k Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Ma. A favorlto Dre.ciintlon cf nnn nt thr IVst-oUic- e, Saw Mill For Sale! Itavlnz determined to chanie my business, I oner lor sale (privately) my Saw Mill, situated on Brush Creek, in Casey county, Ky. Tho Engine isttitlonary; UjlUr Oxil; Knglnu 10x20; Counter Shalt 2 leet. Kdgltig Haw and Grist Mill attached. The prjferty is n fiyBRQN , I PTIIE 0HLY TRUB and In Good Illumine Order. Timber plonty and accessible. I would be willing to exchange lor good farm stock, such as Mules, n nones, mine, tf Persons wishing to engage In tho lumber business will find a good opening by applying to .xc aro frequently preceded by n si m of weight Inth back, loins anl lower I'ort of llio nbdounu, caailnqthopntlcnt la inppoio lialias somoafliiitlan ol tin Kidneys or iHjUboilug orgim. At times )nitomi of indigestion are prewnt, n riatul.iK), uuejslneM of Mm stumncli, etc, A molitun', llkr perspiration, producing n ery Uliagrwnblu Hilling, after ci'llln warm, U n vry common attendant, llllud, Weeding and Itching I'ltosjiiMatoiicototho npiilKittluii onr.l)oii9l.oa I'llo liouiwly, whlchnrt dirt', tty upon tbo parts aftrcted, nbsoiblng tin) TntiM'tr, allaying the Intense Itching nud affecting a cure, Price GO cents. Address tlio Ir. n rniuticnt Itoti inku Medlcluo Co., I'l'iuii, Olil'J. Sold by Mcllob crt SUgS, Pitt Cabint-- JICGU l.O (i AN. N. Jn slnkinc a well nt White' Plains, Nevada, tiftar striking salt water and hot w. ter at dlflarep I depths, wood wa found in cooeiiieriltla q'laniitiei 1,050 tent below At 2 100 feet ao cool, fresh thesurfacs water had been fniindi "M'tiat oniuci tbo great null nt Mclloberts & Stagjj'i Driitf Storo?" Tim frre distribution of lamplo bottlci ol Dr. llonnku'a Cough and tuns ) nip, Mm most popular remedy for Couglm, Coldi, Comumptloi and DroucbltU uow on tbo uurket, Regular lite 00 Druggists. Uustonville, Ky. FKKK ntSTllIHUTIOjr. A youre Udv of Milwaukee has just Daughters, Wives and Mothers. received 53,000 damage in a brescb of Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlal'a ' for expenses incurred in promise cult a female1 remedy, to cure Female Diseaspreparing fcr ihi wedding, nnd fcr greai es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and mental ancuifh euflered.' Ulceration, Falling and dtsplacemsnt or bearing down feeling, IrregaUrittlcs, liarrtnuew, Cbungo JL'ST AS GOOD. ct Life, Leucorrba'i, bcsldo many weakueeses Many unacrupuloua dealers ma) till ) ou tuey liaro remixlles for Cough nnd Colda eijuul In merit and In ivory respect Jest aa good.aa tlie "14 rellabln Dr. llolanko' Cough' and Luuj Syrup, unless you Insist upon this remeJy uiid ill taLvi no other, you aro THcet, W ccnti and llald to Uj greatly'dKelred. PATENTS, Caveats, and Trado-Mar- ks secured, and all othrr patent causes In the Palout (llliie and re Bl enrich .XtyUiEtnf KIDNEYS, and ItltsrOFic THK i't'AiTUnndVIOOKof VOOTltl III all Wow and emcleii TONIC, i!FS7real Vlw tho tlo1 ak S?.Harl5?'3l!.ate OOD, refrnlato FACTS nECAHOIKC f. LaJl r MreiittUi. etc.. tu nso la marked c,ei)tudl.W. tho Courts promptly and isrefullr a'tended to L'lvon receipt ol model or sketch o! Invention, I , springing from tho above, Ilka Headache, Bloatpattasks careful examination, ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de- entability free of charge. and advise at to ty ot tho orlKln.it. II J mi luri.tstly desire ""J tiiiiuijiAujin- - Palpitation of the. Heart, Ac. For sale by bility, JiVuih motif rut e, and I make no cHttrae uonoi cxporimuui-geiii- io InThu lip llftrtvV 1tnl C.n.l ,ilja Iiiforraatlun, SO per bottle. A Send UiiIuhh inttcilt in Mi'ciircif. druggists. Price, ft and tl iHULoiiU, Mo..fof oar"DllEM.B3CK appllcatlou ".Fullul ttranL.ti ami iitstul Inljimatlon, to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. ndvlce and special relerances sent on 11. LIVTKt.1.. Harter'8 Iron Ton.o 13 . Caisw AUt; Tor tals by Penny 4 jicAllsttr, Druss'sto. Xxs U. 3. Paten t Offlw.j ju WwUlugtou, 1). C. D3. JQaiuyusra ano Oealehb EvttWMWa the mind and supplies llrulii Porter. complaints snllerliiK Iroin rll vccuiiuT loiucu ifvxviii unuin A I mt. JIAIlTEa'iJ IRON TONIC n ta(f JUd spveuy euro. It ghesu iIiMrund lieallliy coinplcxlo". ino siriMiKi;si iriuiiuuy n. mu lUitTKit' litu.v 'Ionic Is that freiient attempts L D Eo .!.' J. NOTES OF CURRENT Stmi-S8ttkInnf(rioroii- EVENTS. DANkJLLE. BOYLE C0UNIY IV Um Texas is to have a $3,000,000 Capitol Mr. H. W. French has been appointed Of the 10 widows in Nicholasvllle, 15 night policeman vico Reuben Trice reHiWiiert TttcmliiUf nml FrlAauB, are tryirg to get the postoflice. signed, Two vcsels with all on board went There U lo be a Young Folks Concert ANNUM H3.00 down in English waters Saturday. at the Onera House Tuesday nicht, The Geo. W. Miller was acquitted at Leba"Old Folks" gave their concert abont a When raid strictly In adTaoce. If wo hTO to non of the killing of Luke Ewing, PHARMACEUTISTS, week ago. waitanr time, 83.00 will be chanwd. Senator Dawes has introduced a bill Mrs. Nannie Hardesty has purchased December 9, 1884 conferring citizsnehip on the Indian. Stanford, Ky., from M. C. Thurmen the house and lot on Francis D. Moultou, the mutual friend 2J street, next to wheie Mr, Thurman in the Bjecher-Tilto- n case, has gone the lives, for $050. IN- W. P. WALTON. way of all flesh. & Schoffen, drugDrugH, Merar. Rjynolds Wall Paper, Wiilf'H. Mindful Messrs. Lamar, Garland, Jonas, Money gist nt Junction City, have dissolved, Mr. Chemicals, ItOOHN, Liquor InMritcmcutft, and Hubbard are each mentioned for Post-i- n Reynolds continuing the business. Mr. Nlntlonery, Fjnlev murdered a man In Gus i'bxttr. Jt'OCKVt OUh, NottpM, lohuccoH, rater General. Floyd county, and his lawyers lo Cutlery, Mont Schoffen ia back nt hie old place IiilllipH, Ferfumery, Fire AruiN, Muchln A Connecticut womin dranic a pint of with Cipt. MTehiVneclc, advanced Ihe pie Uiat lie McGrorty, of Danville. A.S. ISeedlfK. unr JriTclrr, Mlvprwnre nntl titknl Ootid Impart nieiit N In Cliuriro of Col insanely drunk. The ca w.n a very cologne to satisfy a craving for drink and Gibeon E Djram had his 4'h trial I os. lllcliar.lt,, nho will Repair .VntcliMninl Clock lrmntlr then laid over and died. atrocious one and the jury held that I Siturday for selling fire water to nn unsotlio beat Hljle. Culet are auspe:ted of having fired phisticated colored youth named Price. his conJiton he should suffer death. The case wis taken to the Court the magazine of the Virginia Military In- The 4th trial resulted in Oibcon's convicof Appeals which has just decided that stitute, which blew tip Friday. tion, the previous jurors having disagreed. Joel Parkhurst, a millionaire and the The defendant took an appal to the Cir- Wo havo been drunSonnM ia no excuse for crime and giving this column enthat Fjnleyis as much responsible,1 for his wealthiest man in that part of, Pennsylva- cuit Court where the whole matter will be tirely to Men's OK deed as if duly sober. The decision is a nia, died nt Elkland, aged eighty-fivtried de now. Since June 1, 1SS3, 1,0SS,7C0 gallons most BratifyinR one. Frequently the plea A Haas, of this Messrs. Hnndman "TOT is put forward to excuse crime when it of Bourbon red eye have been exported place, have already shipped this reason to ought to aggravate the charge and many a from the Lexington district to Canada and Boston and New York over 20,000 dressed Is a rnoro popular man thnn Dolvn Lockwood ovor was. Bolvu Rot onman has put himself under the influence of Bermuda. turkeys. Mr. Hnndman rays if those who ly ono voto In Lincoln Couuty; tho Dr. gotn tho support of all tho A shooting affray at Gatesville, Texas, rairo turkeys for sale would feed them l liquor to do that which he would not have Good Looking- - Ladles; tho ugly ones trado olaowhoro. Saturday, resulted ic the death of three more corn eo ns the nerve to do under other circumstance to make them weigh from I UIMSOXN: lEr Iiiim lirim purkllii; Xnw (iumU, m1Ih Hiuip n farmew and the wounding of and iiundMMiic pair ol timcN lit tliu lady ulto flr-M- t iiicni-orl.f- H 12 to 15 pounds tliey could pay better1 SrEAKixo of Douglas Sberley's new four others. ami repents at (lir Arvr Drug More Ihli lint: prices" to "fanners and get better price book, the "Story of a Digger," the LouW MiMlcIupinf All hi lids, A war between the old and new gas ItiMln fr Of HaM, iplft fw rieklls. ville Times says "some of the thoughts and companies in, Louisville has reduced the themselves. I'jUiiI .Midlonex, u- -. Ltnlmenlf, Hlllyi06SmK A two story frame dwelling On Fourth Wool I'urlAtri theories lack many centuries of being new, price from $1 b0 to $1. with prospects of a .Ot4(h Mlitdrs Telle! Sm4, Street opposite the jail, the property of n rn'riiSES'.. rojtlrr, aged, and the reader finds Pt9i or even middle BOOTS & SHOES, further cut. i)Umur HTlroK Kjrr.. Toll! Pf If, Clsr twtliftOeothmHi colored man named Harrison Wickliffe, nothing in the treatment of them iu the The Railroad Gatettc report! that 9 ll.lrOlli, ' caught fire from sparks from an .adjoining present case to condone their resurrection. RrutbM, Glotbn nratbd, miles of new road has been built this filat Hrtht, In fact, after a careful perusal of "The Sto- year, not much over a third of the construc- chimney Sunday evening about 11 o'clock MfmornJum rnliTt llxlk., fim.. I'taclfij The roof was" nearly burned elf and the And as thojr nro how eo well nml fa- KnTrlup, ry of a Digger," one is led to wonder why tion of 1SS2. Laid I, w!,w rhlmn. upper story badly damaged before the fire vorably introduced, further advertis- Kritbor !ut(f a man who handles the weapon bo inartis-tical- ly It is said that there are 1,000 kind of wassflbduld. Los about $300. No In- tfnn,rl, ferlpt Ktiliet. . should "frolic with the' utensil" at ing on them for the present is uiincc-cssary- . Willi Mtld(, HUlu, pears, l,oUU sorts ol apples, 150 plums, Wblr, all." The edition only numbers 00 and more than 100 varieties of gooseberries, surance. OImi, latlrumrali lor the jmuiJ, Our idea has been to educate ClnU Crayon. Mtxcl lllnt., rlnu, The protracted meeting at the Baptist VirnltliM, each is to have the autograph of the aesthetnd about 125 stra wberries. the masses to a line of goods second 'MuoklriK Tet"foo for UieKnJmoOifn Wrl h(0, ic author, all for the insignificant price of church clorecl Sunday nlgtjt,. On Sunday The trial of Corneilson, who caused In (hart, anjtliliig jou ot,ftm II It i. ,joo.l klPKctrrk Wood's pond on the in 'quality and stylo to nono iu AmerE. $10 a volume the death of Judge Reid is in progress at evening atThos. pike nevea converts were bip-tiz- ica. In doing this we- - nnve selected Courier Journal raakis this paint: Mt. Sterling. It is a pity he can not be Lancaster The Mis MceieMwonheinier, Mr. tho best in tho market and discarded "In the State which the Republicans des- legally hung for the offense. James Bin ford apd Mr. Robert Pulliatu the low priced. The result is that we Mrs. Dick Long, of Madison, hit her ignate as Northern, and in which they Lambert, and Mi daughter on the head being three of them claim Mr. Blaine received such an ' over- little can rarely soil a chrap article, while Cochran, Portwood and Mr. Smith, whose whelming msprity, there were cast 7,014,-C5- 0 with a email stick which threw her Into the success on the guod, lionet t g" ds first names your corrfsjwndent was unable voice, ofwhich Mr. Blaine received 3- ,- convulsions and caused her death. This is testified by hundreds ol men, women four. other Bradatreet'n reports the cotton crop to obtain, being the 550,338, or just a fraction over one per DKALKIl IN been beptitid and children now wearing cent, over half, 50 9 being the real per clean picked and marketed, grading high, makes 37 perrons who hsve Hardware, Horne Mhoex, began. ttroevrlcs NHddk'H, cent. And so leaving out of consideration and less than 3C0.000 bales short of last since the meeting ulln, Iron, ltueiiMtraro, llugtry !Vlilp, Mm. J. J. I'eleer will leave this week nine-tentyear, notwithstanding the long drought'. the other States of the Union, this Iluggy WueelN, Stove, to visit her sister, Taiie MIIIn, Hitmen, says the Banking for San Antonio, Texus, cent, majority in the Chairman Buckner of one per Spoken, GratcH, Crawford, who is in bad Cider .M UK Cover, represents the great popular will and Currency Committee will endeavor to Mr?. Maty C. North ICIiiik, Hann will in a few Moneuare, Corn .Mtuller, Collars, e of a bill to secure a health. Miss Lou which has been outraged by the election of secure the where ber national bank system and avert financial days leave for Denton, Texas, Grover Cloveland. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Bnnley Combined Flows, Wooden and brother, Maj. Jno. A. Hann, resides. She depression. Ma. Cleveland has taken the pains to Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofwill probably remain all ' winter. Messrs. A Cincinnati mother Bcolded her "We nro working for nn cxclusivo correct the republican lie that he and Mr. ing and Guttering will havo prompt attention. J. G. Belk and R. B. Turnbull returned daughter of 15 for loosing an umbrella, Hendricks had disagreed. He says "it was MlKlHItrUt Hntrmtiit-M- . i Friday from .a hunting excursion to Mor shoe trade in this place pud have sewhich offended the little Mi" so she jumpnot eimpty false; it wa mischievous and Mrs, H. E. "Woolfolk and lected a line of goods that wjll merit ed into the river, but was rescued before gan county. and malicious. A man could go to sleep children, who have been veiling relatives it. The particular object of this adlife was extinct. dream of nothing more utterly, wholly Mr. Blaine has wicgled out of his lib- here, returned to Louisville Saturday. vertisement is to direct the attention false than that. I doubt if two men comBoyle, el suit against the Sentinel and sheathed the Mrs. "Woolfclk's brother, Mr Gill of the paratively strangers, could ever give one accompanied them. An elegnnt lurcheon weapon with which be was to puncture Another a more cordial greeting than was d Shoemaker. He is at present taking in waa given Thursday by Mrs. Jno. the creeling between Mr. Hendricks and in honor of Mrs. Galen H. Rout, of dyspepsia at the dinners of various New ' myself. We spoke together for barely fifThe ladies present were. Versailles. Yorkers. was teen minutes, and our intercourse Cook Teets a blind man, was hanged at Mr?. Galen II. Rout, Versailles, Mr. mora thnn friendly; it was warm and thor- Owen Sound, Oat,, Friday. He murdered Douglass Rutherford, Paris; Mrs. Addison MULKM I oughly cordial." hia wife. He had married her a short lime Craft, Holly Springs, Misa; Mra. V. C. v Especially to our Drugs, Books, Stationery and James G. Blaine's arrival in Washing- previous to her death, getting the insurance Young, Louisville; Mrs. R, P. Jacobs. Mrs. Fancy Articles. of $4,400 on her life payable to himself. W. S Rowland, Mrs. C. II. B. Martin, ton Friday was attended by no popular deDock Cheatham, fifty years old, living Mrs. Fountaino Fox, Mrs. Dr. Dawson, though Haletead monstration whatever, rhiwUw' ptKM'ticm sicuriiilj (owieutideU, AISO eays he promptly suppressed a serenade near Willisbnrg, Washington county, was Mrs. Stafford, Mrs. A. R. McKee, Mrs. F. which some of his admirers wished to per found dead in bed with seven bullet holes Cheek, Mrs. O. U. Rodes, Mrs. I. M. and Mre. J. J. Craig, of Dauville and petrate. As no other paper but lits men- in his body, evidently murdered in his was no doubt never sleep. Cheatham was on bad terms with vicinity. tions the matter, it The Largest Stock of Watches -- 1'INK:k, beard of until it originated in the Cincin- his family, and was disliked in the commu GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Jewelry and Silverman nity. nati office. The divinity, .which in the 4 ' "When tlje'residence of Stephen Good! Lancaster. Km brought to llili market Prlrrt Lower than imagination of many people seemed erst1 win, at Pulham,; Mitchell county, Ga.j w'aa the Lorit. Watehrs, Clocks aoit Jewelry Jtt. J. W. Griffin bought of Hugh Smith while to hedge about the person of Blaine, faired on shoit notice anil Warranted. opened Friday morning, toe-thrdead his property on Danville street, tor $1,300 f not hedging now to any alarming extent. bodies of Mr. Goodwin, his housekeeper, and will take possession January lit. The Covington Crmmonueallh acensed Mrs. Mallnda Gregory, and her eon RichMrs. Wells, of Indianapolis, delivered Gov. Knott of plagiarism from Col. W. P. ard were found dead and horribly muti- an interesting temperance lecture at me And substantial Breckinridge ia the line which headed his lated. , Mim Reform Church Sunday night to a large Be 15,000 office holdThere are eaid to thanksgiving proclamation: ''Tho Lord audience. has done great things for us; whereof we ers in Washington, of whom about 5,000 John Woodcock has returned from are glad." Thereupon brother Wallace are under the protection ol the civil ser- deer hunting in Pulaski, but failed to bring Gruelle began searching the scriptures and vice law The result of this ia that 10.-0- any venison to his friends. The party he AND office holders are quite sure that found that the words are found in the with killed four deer but he failed to March 4th, should be written "March was verse of the 120 Pdalm. Bro. Casey seem IJ'm-nitm-- e ! get a shot. We do honestly believe that forth." to be behind in his blbical education. Theo. Curry was selied with an atMr. The fire losses for November in the A Full nml eomplclo iiHHortiueiti of Furniture, embracing; cv An exchange says: "As the pension United tea tack of vertigo while at his stable last Son-daand Canada the New York Si payment for the present quarter is $17,000, and fell through a hole In the loll to 0, Bennett & Barnard in erythlng from the Clieapcst to the FlncHt Farloi NultCH. Nd Daily Commercial Bulletin estimates at $7,- 000, the pension ere are drawing upon the need lo go to tlio large. cltlCH to make your ptirelinHcx, no matter the floor beneath, a distance of about ten 900,000. This is largely In excess of the Ladies' Shoes, Treasury at the rate of $03,000,000 a year. what quantity or quality you want, hh I cnu and will duplicate feet. He was insensible for several min any price you can obtain elnewhere, freight being added. AI Thousands of pereoa? are receiving pernio a average November lire waste since the utes and was considerably bruised up. fire. The eleven months' fire loes ia ho know the? are not entitled to them, Boston a full ahMorlment ol Collin, CacM, NhroudH and ItobcH, embrao Miss Wardroper, of Danville, spent -- ANDcomputed at $100,000,000. and the excuse they make to themselves in lug all the Now NlyleH, both cheap and evpeiiHlrc. Ware rooina Sunday with Mina Anna Vaughan. Mrs. Mr. Beecher eays: "I hope Cleveland opposite tit, ANitph Hotel, Nlunford, Ky. that they might aa well have a pension as II. "Woodcoch has returned from Somer" will give nothing in his Cabinet to the In- J. oUuti who deserve it no more than themR K McRoberts and wife have & Childependents, We went in for right, and aa set. Mr. selves." at J. C. Hemphill'. W. O TAYLOR'S soon as the disinterestedness is taken away taken rooms Goods BOSS Sweeney has returned from n two month's Because Secretary of the Treiaury Co. a down goes the independence. No, thia i ia so strong a plea for country prpposea holding Mr. Cleveland trip to theOouthwest. report Our county jail contains but two inCHAMBERSBURO, PA. tariff reform and gives the lie direct to all and the democratic party responsible for Can put better material and more stylo mates at present. One is Wm. Biker, who the republican speeches and campaign doc- this administration. Fivo Awards at the Louisville Exponi The principal thing was sentenced to the penitentiary for one for tho price asked than any lino of uments of the late canvass, the radical I hope to see is a revival of business tion in 1883. x7y in the year at the last term of the court for stab- goods before the people; and bo far as Scaate is hesitating about confirming his South." Kndni's from 1 lo 230 horta power. Faw Mills froir (200 to Ihe larvest standard ilei. Portable Corik appointment. McCullock was Lincoln's Mr. Mitchell's bill to pension General bing. The other Is Silaa Cunningham, a tho wearing is concerned, you buy -&. Mills from the North Carolina Mill Hume Co,, th coon who broke into a grocery store them at our risk Secretary and one of the best that has ever Grant, Introduced in the Senate, will give little every pair guaranbot Mills In Ihp world for nuking meal fur table use. Write far prices. Addrens Blled the office. the veteran $40,000 to start with if it be- last month, and who is waiting for a trial. teed. In our medium grade stock for to be very peaceful. GEO. I). WEAKEN, ArcrnuR intimates that he will accept comes a law and $5,000 per year during We are getting conceded by every one who was school and homo wear we buy nothing It is New York, if the repub- the remainder of his existence. It is OENEHALAOT., the Senatorship of F, HAHTON, enough to attend the German but solid, reliable goodB, and KNOW licans offer it unanimously. Of course he claimed that the sum of $250,000 raised fortunate TrarellDR Agent. Btanfosd, K Sho(8 emeu fMUATiti night last, that it was the loaiest they can not bo excelled by any will and he will do it even if the offer Is by for him by the rich men of the country a Friday The music was good, on the market. While wo are calling Whitelaw K!d won't few years ago was so badly invested that one of the season. a bare majority. floor in splendid condition and all special attention to theso popular though because "nobody will ask him, sir," very little income is at present derived the flnnror in the hall seemed determined to from it. she eaid. grades, wo do not want you to loso Sunday's New York World was equal dance their best and enjoy themselves RichMiss Allie Dunn, of sight of our low priced goods, in which A Chicago paper says that Gen. Logan to 300,000 complete eight page papers. mond, and W. J. Kinnaird, of this city, led we aro overstocked. Wo bought them an English has bought a spelling-booIt waa worked on six presses between 8 and were followed by twelve couples of as irrammar and a work on etiquette, and will o'clock in the evening and 5 o'clock in the good dancers as can bo found nnywhere. hoping to reach all classes of trade, 111 undertake to fit himself for the republican morning, time being allowed for a change Tho favors were very pretty and well but in comparison with our solid everything possible was done Presidential nomination in 1888. of plates, cleaning the press and substitut- chosen, and to make it an affair long to be remembered. goods, with such small difference iu Secbetauy Chandler reports that our ing rollers. The amount of white paper The strangers present were Misi Allie price, wo have failed to sell them. nlleged navy cost the last fiscal year consumed waa 40,000 pounds, making nee Dunn, of Richmond, Miss Mary Annie Miss Kate Wo do not want to keep them any longfor maintanance and rcpaire. And cssiry the use of a quarter of a ton of Ink. Wilmore, of Nicholaaville. A Wagon of London, Miss Addle Taylor, of er, and if you insist on buying cheap ret we havn't a single veseel that Is entire This monster edition of the World required Brown, Miss Mary Ferguson, of Bryantsville and to you at ly aeaworthy. goods wo will sell them 244 miles of paper as it comes from the rolls Covington. Yours, Three tons of metal were used in providing wholesale prices. Five masked robbers eide.tracled a Which 1 tun authorized to Hell at very Jmvi 1'rlccH to reduce rain on the Little Rock, Mississippi & aterotype plates for the presses. The 198 W. F. BIcCLAKY Hlocli. "JTIichc Vchh'lcMareallFI8T-tJJLANNan- d Texas It. B. Saturday night and ordering columns of type will meaiure Jcoun-ty- , of Lincoln It a faridlJMo for representitlTe democracy. Mccoud to none iniide. of a mile In length. gctlon ot Ibe subject to tlie he fuiengera to hold up their hands reThe aged and decrepit army of jokes lieved them of watches and valuables to JOHN H. MIIXER theamountof $1,000 and the expresi safe based on the Congressional Record have counif 1.000. Then they quietly disappeared started en their travels once more. This ! a candidate 'or rctireicntatlTC of Lincoln action COMMISSION ty In the next Leglilattiw, subject to lue. And the train proceeded, is one bt the (errors of early winter. ol tne democracy. M'ROBERTS &oTAGG ' IJ3R PROFIT ABI.ra Opera House Block, Faint. Stanford, Ky., W3ALEn8 Prci-toaabur- to Ikdin I Matter, VETO BOURNE, e. THE kHhu M2S BRU STORE i x well-know- D T.-.- lh y It Tl miii . HIGGMS, Ijp ym BUELL BOOTS AND SHOES '' " Kin-nair- LADIES Peaay&9F41!tfM PHARMACISTS, -- KJ Ohi Van-Met- er Ladies', Misses'1 & Children's (zJfrfi wcfe len nut JEWELERS. ee DRESS KIDS! M 00 :i School Shoes UNDERTAKER, Iealei- in y, J. Williams Hoyt in dren's Cj-Lr- m It 18SK rA.w7 Taylor Manufacturing .- tiacSgc j6qj3v B.i:?,ok.iisrs I large consignment received from tlie Spikes Company; also several Columbus liuggy Company's Vehicles, k, $17,-202,6- Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons and Buck Boards. GEO. H. BRUCE & CO. &XSO. D. WEAREKT, MERCHANT. a1 lioiiN on the 1 lit to the wife of a girl, Ktla Harwell. .. . J. L. Tot-te- n RELIGIOUS. PAINT LICK, GARRARD -- COUNTS Stanford, Ky., Decombor 0, 1884 open in a few day a full lino of Christmas trix and fancy oandies. T. II Walton". . m will - t.&N. LOCAL TIME CiRD. .12 45 r. l(. Mftlllrilogglnc Norlh ' m.1 M i m Honlh., yesterday. . 1 It A.M. Kxpmstraln" Mouth ., " .. 1 43 A.M. " Norh ... M twins Fumihton A Ousley end out Tlir li tnlruUtNl ou stnodl time Itel.f n supplement with thlx iisue which will be tlmel .itout JO mtiiuUs hilar found entertaining on both sides of the LOCAL NOTICES. sheet. Tjikue were hardly ever such pretty da; In December as Saturday, Sunday and Uwv your iiohool hooka from Tate Special Deputy Dink Farmer arrtr.td have nnd lodged in jtil, Sunday, Lincoln Price been tMUhk at Crab OrohnrJ, churgtHl with the cowardly crime of cutting Cot., anu Miw, W. 0. Welch are ii wnmnu, Martha Millie1, by name. back from a viat to Liultrille, ' ItKMKMnER that yon can buy from us Mu.A.1t. Prim-- mid a tl;jnbnl the bet iwlico nt 6, bet heavy Jrown cotnew vUit to Ctno.nnati I'ridny. FrrtH of the Loom hleachtd cotton ?M Saluik Loan, who lia been ton yMtlru In Lcxlt Rton , returned Sturdnr. H All wool ojshmere in colors at 6c. . & Owsley. . Miw Daisy HniNii.it Iim'j$Lm to acnda fek with Mi Kale Kdolen nl The Lincoln Mill hav shut down for n Alumulairi. week to enable Mr; It. T. Mattingly to put Mui Ida Vanaiimau, nrid Mm. Jo Mr. M in a new SO horee power engine. Ie lVlnM, of Washington cotintr, sre is a practical miller and is suro to make Mrn. T. J. ltoniey. the mill n paying institution. MiwSam.ii: Enmlkman wai at Mr II. VanArdalu Ut week, the first tlrou Owi.no to many additions and changes in niiice her lute Fcrero illneo. the office of tho l.STEltlult Jot'liSAL, it is Dr J. 11 Owsley wan back from Lui. hard for some people to Find the entrance Tille Sunday. II U a membtr of the to it. Just go -- 0 feet further up Lancaster Arm of White. Allu A Co., which lret, friend, turn to the left and follow h lan;htered 1 000 hog In the lant few the long, winding stair to our lair, m rceka. 'CArr. T. A. Matthew, the popular Attentiox Ktimim! The member of drnmuier, in rtoennnrndid by the liar Hope Lodge No. II K. of H. nre hereby redstart; JJfmvrrnl for Collector at Coving Miiested to meet at Odd Fellow's Hall ton'Trie mif;Mtion U a capital flne and on Thuipday night next. I)c. 18, 16 if left to tin ntwrpapei to fettle it the to attend to buiinei of importance, liy Oolonc! would go in without a di'tenting order of Diotater. A. A. Warren; KeKr-te- r. v mojelo Pulanbi "Xln. J.W0 to the stock of the turnpike to run Watch im and Jewelry repaired on Miort from the (Inrrard Line via Dudderar's notice mid warranted by Tate ft Penny. A JOMr.CTB clock of jewelry, latent Mill to Richmond Junction. style. Kockford wMclirn n fpeclalty. Tato Down in Tennessee last week, Shelby A Penny , Tevit, Ikfl Shelby, Jr , and another gentlePERSONAL. They men got 800 birds in three days. Mu. 11. F. CooMKJt and family will re aro very plentiful down there. i eony. ft The City Council voted a subscription of ani th!d week. Miw. J. L. Iltrrt-Jiiso.- !, HI-inist- Since Rev. II, A. Tupper took charge of the liroadway Ihptiat church, Louisville, there have been 00 additions lo it, without any extra meetings. In 1705 the Catholics had in Kentucky one priest and 1,500 members. Now thero are two llishops, four hospitals, nino asycolleges, 100 schools, 103 lums, churche. and stations, 10,311 scholars, and 300,000 population. Rev. E O Oucrrant returned Monday night from Charleston, West Virginia, whero ho reached two weeks, which re sulted in ninety additions to the church. The ladies of the city sent a purse to Mrs. Guerrant which contained S1G0 in gold Dr. Guerrant will spend next month in Mobile, Aln -- Ml Sterling Sentinel. Tho centenary of Methodism begins today at Iiiltlmoie, and continue until tho IiJth, The conference will consist of alwnt (100 member appoiuled by annual conferences or by Dishopti of the Churob, representing the Methodist Episcopal, South, Afrlcin Methidist Episcopal, Afri-cst- i Methodist Epiicojul Z.on, Colored Methodist, Independent Methodists, Cann-d- a Methodist and Primitive Methodist churches, and Methodist Protestant copal iiml Methodist Protectant church. fifty-sevenon-Kptf vis-ilio- K pork-(ucki- 1 CArr. Thomas Kichahim seewi to hare n olsim on the postofiic litre. Ski: lUnnr PihenN "ad" an first Ilesays eTerylnHly at Wnihington is for I'kwh Fish aUnj on html. J. T. Har- ihiu nni mnsi eTeryueuy uere. mere is no other applicant that we know of and ris we hope the old man will go in without I ru.l. keep Uoldrn Patent Kloui the opposition when the time comes. but made. T. II. Walton. Pi KETt'ti (treat Siulhern Combination IOR Ralk Tin kmmI work mule by "busted" at Richmond on account of a lark Gterge Kimbraok, I.lrlngdgn, Ky. of patronage and consfquently we were spar A book, entitltd "HoyiI Path of ed what seems to have been an it, Miction, the Lot. such a miserable lot of bums I Me" Kinder will pLaa leave with W. troupe prort-It is well for all shows that seek patronage II. IIIKKini. an nppixl to war prrjudioe to go tie A r.oOP dtofk ofwen', and child- hf same way. ren' clothing to In flowed out t,c'ttr cot. Caxcy reemi to be a splendidly managrd K Imikii A ()rslex oounty financially. Accardiug to a report LiTTi.r) IlAHitroOT will appear Jat the furnished by Mr. T. W. Wash, the County Ohera Hour, Stturdar night, Dec. JOth. Cletk, the total amount of claims allowed h'ee announcement eluewht re. by the county court is but 02 and the poll tax is onlv SI. The white pauJukt RrrriTHt. a freh lot of oranee, lemon, banan, crmherrle, celery, cocoa-nu- t, pers are kept at $ 35 per annum and the negroe at tig, Ac, at Ilright ils CurranV, LOCAL MATTERS raice )?. ! lxj' $1,-1:1- 7 There will be a Christmas tree at Wal nuiia (' liege. Mtnii Pullins caught two red foxes with his $16 does iant week. Cholera has broken out among the fattening hogs in this vicinity Miss Llllie Arnold, a Utile beauty, from near Lancaster, spent several days with her sister, Mrs. C. M. Nnrris. As I expect to make a change in my businesi, I will from now until the 31st of this month sell groceries at prices that will surpriio every one. Call on me before purchasing elsewhere and get bargains C IS. Engleman. IUrE. List Thursday night Header-soGreen, white, and Jerry Mitchell, colored, went to the house of Polly Ann John son, a woman of ill fame end took Sj hie Kirby, a girl about 1 1 years old, and tied her feci, one to the bed post snd the other to the table with bridle rein. Then Green stood over hir with his pistol In hand while the negro accomplished hi hellish deed Tney nre both men of bad character. There is strong talk of Judge Lynch taking the en In hand. Oj the time night a br room about three miles from this place, known as the "Stump," was broken into nod several gallons ol whisky taken out. It is thought it was LAND, STOCK AND CROP. done by this same pirty as they were eeen Wanted to buy 500 bushels of corn. going in that direction. George Simhrook, Operator Livingston "llotigh on KaU" clean out ItiU. 15c. Coal Co., Livingston, Ky. "Itouh on Cornt" for Cams and liuuloci. Ifc. Thin Sieve Lucas bought of T. C. Coleman, "WellV Health Itenewer" restores , Ac. It. n lot of 1,500-pDucattle, extra fino for btMlth ami vigor, curu (ljpep-.ta"Iliij(ti on Toothache" bItm Imtant retlif. 15c. Harrodsburg Democrat. b Ladlti who won lit retain freiboesi anil Tlvaclty, I wish to rent a farm of i!00 acres of don't fall lo trj IVella' Health Itonewtr." "llurliu-palba,- " good land in Lincoln county. Must have great kidney and urlmrr cure. File, roaibw, tit, rata, mice cleared some corn lurid and I will rent tho wheat and grata land if any. W. II. Bartleson, out liy "Kougb on Rati." ISc. "Rough ou Cong hi," troches, ISc; liquid, 25c. Stanford For children. Urr In development, puny and J(. II. Crow sold to T. L. Crow two delloato, list "Weill' Health "Hough ou Dentin" Tootn Powder. Try It. ISc. black geldings 7years old for $1,200. They , Bexual Debility Xerroui WeakneM, trotted with two months' handling in il.&i cure! by "Wella' Health Reniwer." SI. and it is predicted they will trot low in the Mothsr Swan'a Worm Byrup, tor twenties next eaon. voriiK.ronMlnatlon; tiiteleat. 2Se. blinking, Irritation, alt Kidoey and Urinary A heavy wheat train pulled into Far. "lluebu-pnlta.- " SI. go by one mgine, a few days ago. on the complaints cured by chilli, malaria, dytpepiia, 2',iM Nurtl ern Pacific railroad, consisted of 110 cured aarruti, ftffr, Rcnewer." ty "Wells' Health ctrs loaded with wheat. Thii would My batbinj (writes a lady) li three times the make, allowing joO bushels to the car, a maa sloce using "Weill' Health Renewer." tl. II you are filling, broken, worn out and ner-toweight of 3.MO,000 paundi, while 1he wrs ute"WelU' Health Renewer." SI. weigh 2,720,000 pounds, making 0,350,000 Prevalence of Kidney comphlnl In America; pounds pulled by one locomotive, or about '' m quick, roinpletorure. fl. fl.lOtons. The train was over NKir APVMm.SKMESTrv. of a mile in length. Robert Iionntr, the well knoun publisher, writing of the grooui who takes care of the celebrated mare, Maud S., snye: "He sleeps on a rot in her stall, and one night, THE DItUGGIIST, when the weather was warm, but threaten- ed to tnrn cold, he purposely went to bed with very little clothing on hiuuelf, knowWill bo in tho markot with a batter ing that if it turned cold during the night stock of he would feel it, and would wake up, when ! he could put udditiouil clothing on the mare. If tho men who figure in divorce suits would treat their wives half as kind- Than ovor boforo. Espocial attention is callod to a ly as this, our court would not have so much to do." Large Stock of Silverware & n nd bl-bug- a, I'yi(-eiilau, Iliichn-paltiathree-quarters AS PLENDID CHANCE Having determined to go West to engage in business, we Avill commence RED UOING OUR STOCK From this date at greatly reduced prices. We Avill sell all at cost, consisting of Farm-Implemen- ts Wagons of all kinds, Buggies, Carriages, &c, All kinds of Plows, Sulky and Turning Plows, And wo will bo glad to entertain a proposition from any one wanting the entire stock, and can prove it to be the best paying stock in Stanford. G.F, Peacock Christmas Goods Stock consists of Hardware, Groceries, Farming Implements, Wagons and Carriages. HUSTONVILLE, KY., BRIGHT Iteicrciice-FirHi CURRAN National llmib. -- HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNT. A Jewelry. , re- Mu. J. M. at Richmond Junction for l'juucr ha bought of Judge Jut after the preacher had announce! ceived on Saturday, announces the very his text at the Presbyterian church Sunday Phillip, the John Cook hold prop-e- night, some rascal got oloie up in the door dangerous illness of Mr, James Frye, forA telegram from Kllenwood, Tenn Will oompoto in pricoa with any- It. body. Call and boo thorn. THE- rt SKK). Foil Hi:nt. Aflor January 1, the very dridrablo akire room under the J.ntkkiok J Of una I. oilier. Addrt W. P. Walton. For Sai.k. 100,000 lb, bent .tiafgbt k JL 3 flour, muit bo closed out at once. Sixcial figure glyen to dealer. Bright A Cur-r- an Saturday afternoon, William Adams shot " ami killed Ike Moore and was himielf dangerously if not fatally wounded. Dr. Re!d Why don't our brethren of the dirt-Itachurch put up their bell o they can was called to attend Adams, Sunday, and it? Can it b htcanne it haa cuch a found that he was shot in the left side at uo the second rib and that the ball had pene "mudical" tone that in me object to it? trated the lung, causing him to expectoFiiie iNHUnASCt In my abacence Mr. rate blood freely. His story is that Moore N. T. Huchea will attend to anything per- wit drunk and without provocation shot at taining to my Insurance bualnciM. C'tll on him when he returned the fire, emptying hiui at Oeo. D. WearenV place of businr. his pistol and then 111. Moore was shot In " T. T. DaTieaiu in fire places, once in the head, twice In Cor.NTY JrnoB Varnon legan hi quar-- l the breast, once in the neck and once In terly court yeatrrdiy with 18 petition! and the hjwel. Adams is corroborated by a tu wair.tntn on the docket. He enleted 60 witness, but there are reports which conNeither of the or eltlmenta yeiterdiy and flict with their statement. judgmsnl in this county, men i much known will probibly get through Hums having come from Wayne and The office beinu hull t for Liwjer M Moore from Russell county. Peyton and Dr V. li Penny, dentin, on lincnir treet are approaching comple. 1'Atd Him Ahound Notwithstanding scamp, tion and when done will be far the mot she was warned of the deairable on Lawyer'a Kow, save perhapa Rea r.ans, a boarding house keeper here ltt him get away with a week's board, The Hill & Alcorn' new one. scoundrel is about 15 years old, 6 feet 7 or S IlroiNNlNt, with thii iisuewe prenentour inches high, weighs about 1G5 lbs., has Iron leaders with what was never attempted in grey hair and heavy moustache a little thin Keclion before an IlluMrnted ferial etory. darker. Had on a dark coat and blue pant It ia entitled "Dark Days" and to thoxe fond and manilla hat and has a shabby appearof that clau of matter it will be found thrill ance generally. lie professes to be in the ingly intereting. There are rome 10 odd employ of the American liihle society and columns of it. claims Hopkinsvllle as hie home. PreHoweVEH rrwcally may have been the tendingly very pious and a higher life Chris company he represented we do not believe tian, he is a veritable wolf in sheep's cloththat Mr. L. J. lirandt, the advance agent ing and we trust our exchanges will pass of Pickett'n combination, is deserving of him around, so that he will swindle no any blame. He looked and acted a gentle- more honest people. If he ever shows man while here and his letter telling of himself in this town agiin and does not the collapie of tho company hut increases pay the money lie owes, a coat of tar and our good opinion of him. feathers will adorn his dirty back. aweet-rcented merly of this vicinity. ami whislled "Dib White" in an exceedingAs both the and ly shrill manner. It a diligent investigaAdvwati failed to appear on Friday there tion Identtrlei him, he will have struck a rather warm climate, (or some of the mem- was serious alarm lest the editors had the tragedy of the Kilkenny cats. bers are (juite mad over the matter. Plense say that the Superintendent ol Killed.- - In a liht near McKinney Common Schools proposes to meet teacheri LvTERiH-JotfRNA- "LITTLE BAREFOOT," At OrtaA Hoisk,- - 8TANF0RD, Saturday Eve, CHEAP GROCER. Dec. 20 it and Trustee, having budneai with him, in Stanford on Friday and Saturday next. Jim Taylor has moved to town to the property formerly occupied by L. Saarp. Col. Weatherford will take poesession of his house, the Green property, in a few days. J. R. Green, the undefatigable church officer, reports the salary of Rev. Mr. Al len made up. Mr. Allen's father, now of Chattanooga, but formally & resident of Stanford, supplied our pulpit on Sinday. Next Friday will be the natal day of your correspondent. Let ro parade be made on the occasion. Especially let con gratulations be oflered without the orna mentation of dynamite. The Yaliey Cor net Rand may perform a dirce or some other festive strain suited to the solemnity cf the season. I notice in the Pails Kcntudian the sale of a horse known as "D. G. S." for $S,000. The horse is an Abdallah, was raised by S. G. Drye, of this place, and sold by him for $125. Steve says that while there is some honor in haying raised such an animal, he would rather hare half the price than all the glory. -rA we love to brag a little in the West End I may note that a party in Alabama wrote to Col. Weatherford asking him to describe and price a car of mules. The Col. did bo and received orders to send them on. The stock proved so satisfactory that the buyer called for n second lot and was again accommodated. The price is understood to have been $95. The man who boasts that he has never lost an hour's sleep on account of a woman; who swears he never sent a valentine or penned a love letter; spent a month's salary iu 'ecortlng his sweet-hear- t, or made an eternal fool out of himself generally on account of a pair of eyes or a pretty mouth, 19 tho chap who would teal his mother's wedding ring and pawn it for the purpose of lending out money on usury. The Capi- In which MISS LI CV Bl RTON plays the lead-lrole, aiilited by Mlstea Fannie Held, Bessie renulDglun, Lcttle Helm, Daisy Ilurmldo amleu-sl- e I'.outand a number of young gentlemen of Stanford. A Domestic Drama in Five Acts ! Mags' Mitchell's and I. tta's greaWst May. Ben- etK)(the Minford (luldand bllver Hand. During the tvenlng ls will bo reude ed by Trot, I' - Baker, tie T. R. WALTON, ftec Mala ajul iomeiset Mm STANFORD, -- Great Solo Clarionetist and Violinist And by Mr. Kentucky's Jos V. Watms (Jrent Ilaritono Soloist. Gen'l Mangr. Wal-ton- Dr. LEE r. HOFFMAN, Band: I'tof. P. U Biker, Leader of Orchestra and Gold , J. T. Carson, Musical Dlrtctor; K. C. Adrertlilng Agent. l'rlivi as uiui I. itciertfd seats nov on sale KIT, HOUSE AND LOT FURNITURETOR SALE I will sell on thppremWM in Huitonvllle, a R"h1 Home and Lot DEO 13 Jt-and my Household and Kttcben Furniture. 'Xerina tuawu on day ofulo. mado REMARKABLY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- e Customers. No goods sold on long time. T. E. WALTON, Beautiful Tin Nets ami Conl Viuch lower 30Mt WALT Kit llt'STOX. AT Masonlieimer's Restaurant OrrosiTK COUBT-HOl'S- K DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Meals are strtel at all hot a. flame a!ws on llsli, ana simJ- hand and in Its ee.'D, oysters fresh ilar delicacies seried In nil atyles and on short notice. Look out for the ilgn ''Woodbine Itestau-ran- t" and rail when you are hungry. should hcc them. than ever. The ladies T. II. 1VALTOX. IT. jrASOSJIKIJlEil A Co.. lMiiTllle, Ky. SALE! OF LAND. As Agent of John Cwljt'a estate, I will offer at public suction (If not soil prlrately belorejon Cannod Goods in groat variety and lowor evon than last year. . T. R. WALTON. Horn- - MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1SS5, NowJCitroD, Currants, Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Dates, Macaroni, County Court day, In front of the door In Stanford, the Tract of Land contalutug atout US Acvvh, lying opposlto the residence of Mrs. John H. Hliauk, on the Crab Orchard pike, and between the lands of l'eyton Embry and H.J Darst. Kr luitber Information address me at Lebanon, Ky. m JAN. T. CIIAIO. Court-Hous- e The pleasant fall and winter, while very gratifying to the physical man has interCraig Skidmore, of this county and fered greatly with the alea of our dry Miss Sarah O. Hafley, of Marion, were mar-i- n goods and clothing merchants and had an Stanford on the 5th. ill effect on the other lines of trade. This Mr. Marion Lasure, of Garrard, will is the reason bo many of them are offering be married to Mrs. Cynthia Ileckner, in their goods at and below cost. Thty have this county on the 11th. bought Inruo Blocks and they must be Bold Mr. Will M. Finley, managing editor ' even at a sacrifice. of the Evening IW, and Mies Sue M. FinHoller skating continues as popular nic, of this city, will be married at the with tho young folks as ever. A few of the Second Preebyterian church on the evenolder and stifter jointed having given up ing of Wednesday, December 17. Time. the nmurement, but their places are fully Squire E R Oildwell wrltei that; the Htippliei' by the ever Increasing youths of pastor, Rev. A. Moblyjs conducting a meetA good crowd attended Friboth rexe. day night and the fun was protracted till n ing nt Double Spring, which had resulted late hour. The Valley Cornet Band de- in 27 additions nt the date of his letter. ttnd the interest serves commendation for its very excellent The attendance is large niuilc. Op'n next Friday night h usual very great. MARRIAGES. &' T. K. WALTON. TO HAVE HEALTH THE LIVER MUST 8E KEPT IN ODDER; KJ 9(r? Finest Lino of famllcs, plain and fancy, In Stanford. .be Immense. M J Christmas Stock will T. K. WALTON... tal. Bottle Instead of a Dozen. took only one bottle to do it," Mid a "And It gentleman, ipeklng ol Tarker'a Hair Datum, I had a run of fever and wneu I gbt well of that my One Tlio best Straight and Patent- Flours always in stock- - T. R. WALTON. hair began to fall out ao fait as to alarm me. I really didn't know what to do untl one day a friend said, 'Try Parker'a Hair Balaam.' What surprla me waa the bet that one bottle waa enough. I expected to use up a doicn," Clean, highly perlumod, not oily, not n djc. Reatoroi original solor. Sugars and Coffeos wore novor lowor than now. DIW(gG It a can for Liter ("plili Is lad llli tinted br aTorI condition of hI.lY,r,. OrirrMt, Conttlpitlon, MIIustJ, JiunJIcOlnJ.rlio.MiLtli.Mi.unullim.tlc. II irfntitci Ihttiowtlt, purtflti tl Mood. it4 itrsoctbcni th ijrtLm. Inl.nlmbl. liHIU niMCIr.. Thu.nlotTitlmoo-Wi- f rwTills oiill, aujt ornli Tm till JVHlHHf Hllhfc - T. R. WALTON. PLEASE CALL. w, - vIMOWW 7" nil A But sho milst havo known sho must havo known! When I was with her, ovcry look, every action of mine must havo told her the truth. Women nro not fools or blind. A man, loving ns I dld.twho can concoal tho truo state of his feelings must bo moro than mortal. I had not spoken; I dnrcd not speak. Better uncertainty with hoio than certainty with despair. Tho dny on which I'hllippa refused my lovo would bo as tho day of death to me. Besides, what had I to ofTer liorl Although succeeding fnlrly woll for n beginner, nt present 1 could only nsk tho. woman I made my wife to shnro comparatlvo poverty. And riiilippnl Ah! 1 would hnvo wrapped I'hllippa in luxury! All that wealth could buy ought to bo hers. Had you seen her in tho glory of her frwh young Lcauty, you would hnvo smiled nt the presumption of tho man w ho could expect such n being to become the wlfo ofn hard working nnd ns yet doctor. You would havo folt thnt sho should hnvo had tho world at her foot. Had 1 thought that sho loved mo I might perhaps have dared to hopo sho would oven then hare been hapry as my wife. But she did not lovo me. Moreover, sho was ambiid DARK DAYS IIY HUGH CONWAY. Author of Called llacL" CIIAFTEU I. a rnAvnrt ASDA vow. Wlwn tliU story of my life, or of suoli pon. tfons of my lifo as present nny feature, Is rend, it will bo founJ that I have committal error of Juilgiiiont-th- at I lmvo Hlnnml not only socially, but nlw against tho law of tho land. Inescuso lean plead but two thing tho strenuth of love, tho weakness of human nature. If thoso carry no wolght with you, throw tho look nslde. You aro too good for mo: J am too human for you. "We cannot bo friondt. Head no further. , Inooi say nothing about my childhood-my boyhood. Let mo hurry "nothing nbout on to early manhood to that tlmo when tho wonderful dreams of youth begin to leavo ona; when tho impulso which can drivo sober reason asido must bo, Indeed, a strong ono; when ono Las learned to count the cost of ovory rath step; when tho transient and fltful flames of the boy lmvo settlM down to a steady, gloving flro which will burn until only ashes nro left; when tho strength, the norvo, tho intellect, Is or should b nt its height; when, In short, ono'a years number thirty. Yot. what was I then I A soured, morose, o disappointed man; without ambition, for tho morrow; without a goal or object In life. Breathing, ootlng, drinVIng, ns byliHtlnct. Rising In the morning, nnd wishing tho dny was over; lying down r.. night, and caring littlo whether tho listless evos I closed might open again or not. And why? Ah! to know why you must sit with mo as I sit lonely over my glowing flro You must road my ono winter night thoughts; tho pictures of my past must riso boforo you as they rise beforo me. My sor-ronvy hate, my lovo must bo yours. You must, Indood, be my Tory self. You may begin this retrospect with triumph. You may go back to tho day when, after having passad my examination with high honors, I, Basil North, was duly entitled to wrlto JL D. nftcr my name, nnd sot to work to vln famo and fortune by doing my best toward relieving tho sufferings of my fellow creatures. You may say, as 1 6aid then, ns I say now, "A noblo caroor; a lifo full of interest and usefulwith-outcar- tious. Sho know small blamo to her how Imsou-tlfsho was. Do I wrong her when I say that In thoso days sho looked for tho gift of rank nnd riches from tho man who loved hcrl She know that sho was n queen among women, nnd expocUnl n quoen'sduo. (Sweetest, are my words cruel I Thoy nro tho crudest I havo spoken, or shall spank, against you. Forgive them I) Wo werb friends great frio'.ds. Such friendship is love's bane. It buoys fabo hopes; it lulls tosacurity; it loads nstrny ; 11 is n staff which breaks suddenly, and wounds tho hand vlilch leans upon it. So little it seems to need to mnko friendship grow Into lovo; nnd yet how seldom thnt littlo Is ndded! Tho lovo which boglns with hnto or dislike Li often luckier than that which begins with .friendship. Lovers cannot be friends. rreolvod to boat out n practice for myself. You may soo how, after tho usual Initiatory grow struggles, my footing gradually firna-i'- ; how my name becamo familiar; how at last I seemed to bo In a fair way of winning success. You may. soo how for n whlla a dream brighteno 1 my H(ol how that dieam faded You may seo nnd loft gloom in Its place. tho woman I loved. ' 2fo, I am wrong. Her you cannot I myself can seo Plilllppa as I saw her then as I seo her now. see.-Onl- ness," You may soo mo full of hope and courage, and ready for any nmount of hard work; isottling down in a largo provincial town, her rich, dark beauty I How difforent from a dolls whom I lmvo ttw and tout, cxaltod as the typos of perfection! Warm Houthorn .blood ran through hor wtna and tinged, her clear brown checlc. with color. Her. mother was an .English' woman; but It was Spain that guve her daughter that exqulslto graei-- , thoso wondrous dark eyos and long, curled lashes, that mast of soft black hnir, that passionate. impulsive nature, and perhaps that and dignity. Tho English mother may havo given tho girl many good giftx, but her beauty coma from tho father, whom slio had never known; the Andalusian, velw diod while sho was but'a child In arms. Yot, in splto of her foreign grace, Plilllppa ma English. Her Spanish origin was to her but a tradition. Her foot had never o touchoJ her father's native lanJ. Its was strango to her. Sho was bnrn in England, and her father, tho nature of whoso occupation I havo not been nblo to astvrtnlu, seems to lmvo spent most of his timo in this country. When did I loam to lovo her! Ask me, rntltcr, when did wo first meetl Even then, as my eyes fell upon tho girl, I knew, as bv revolution, that for mo lifo and her love Till that mivuit ono and tho sumo thing. moment there was no woman In tho world tlm igiit of whom would hava quickened my pill? by a boat I had read and heard or hiii'h love ns this. I had laughed at it. Tboro seemed no room for such nn ougros-in- g passion in my busy life. Yet nil nt onco I lovud ns man has nover loved beforo; and as I kit and gaze into tho flro I tell uiyxolf that the objectless life I am loading is tho only one possible for tlm man who lovoJ but foiled to win I'hitippn. Our first meeting Mas brought nbout In tho mast r resale way. Hit mother, who suffered from o chroulu dUeaw, consulted mo prof oikIoii ally. My visits, llrst thoso of a ilocf ey.coo.i, became thosj of a friend, nnd I whs freo to woo tho girl to the best of my abikiy. I'hllippa nnd hor mother lived in a small They houso on tho outskirts of tho town. wro not rich peoplo, but had enough to keep Tho tho pinch of poverty from their lives. ladylike mother wo ft sweet, qulot, buironiigs her boro who woman, health Her with wai. resignation. only thing Tho indeed, wretched. wliipli wined likely to benefit her was a After ronUmial change of ulr und scone. attending her for about six months, I was in conscience bound to Indonu tho opinion of her former medical advisors, and toll her it would bo well for hor to try another change. My heart was heavy ns I gavo this advice. If adopted, it meant that I'hllippa nnd I must part. But why, during thoso six months, liad 1 not, pisilonately in love as I was, won tin young girl' honrtf Why did sho not loave mo as my. a 111 one ed bridel Why did I lot hor leave mo at nlll Tho answer is short. Sho loved mo not. Not that she had over told me so In words. Iu4 mn: o&:J 'u.t Ie words for her love. ptnU-whltyt-iloo Inn-guaht ZTki7t;ja aaI$nwherthnasIeehemow. IIcATcnst how fair sho was! How glorious, .ajr?s Lorhood. They went to London for anhiia. I heard from them occasionally, and onco or twice, when In town, called upon them. Timo went by. I worked hnrd nt my profession tho while, striving, by sheer toil, to drive away tho droam from my life, Alas I Istrovoin vain. To lovo Phlllppo was to lovo her forovorl One morning n letter came from her. I Tho news it contained was toro It open. grievous. Her mother had died suddenly. I'hllippa was alone in tho world. So far ns I know, sho had not a relativo left; and I believed, ptrhnpi hoped, that, save myself, sho had no friend. I needed no tima for consideration. That nfternoon I was In London. If I could not comfoi t her In hor great sorrow I could nt least sympntliizo with her; could undertake tho management of tho many business do tails which nro attendant upon a deatli. Poor I'hllippa! Sho was glad to two me. Through her tears she Hashed ni n look of gratitudo. I did nil I could for her, nnd stayed in town until tho funeral was over. Then I wns obliged to think of going home. What wns to become of tho girll Kith or kin sho had none, nor did sho mention tho name of nny f rlond who would be willing to receive her. As I suspoctcd, As sho was absolutely alone in tho world. soon as my back was turned oho would have no one on whom sho could count for sympathy or help. It must have been her utter loneliness t, which nrged me. In spite of my bettor in splto of thogriof which still oppressed her, to throw mysolf nt her foot and tho desire of my heart. My words I cannot rocall, but I think I know I pleaded eloquently. Such passion as mine gives power and intensity to tho most unpracticcd speaker; Yot long beforo my appeal was Her endo 1 I knew that I pleaded In vain. eyes, hur maimer, told mo kilo loved juo not. Thon, remembering her presont helploM condition, I chocked myself. I begged her to forget tho words I had spoken; not to answer them now; to lot mo say them again in some months' timo. Let me still bo her friend, and render her such service ns I could. She shook her head; she bold out her hand. The first action meant tho refusal of ray lovo; tlio second, tho acceptance of my friendship. I schooled myself to calmness, and wo discussed her'plans oi tho future, Bhe was lodging in a house m a quiet, street near Rogerii's Park. She expired hor intention of staying on here for awuilo. Judg-inenre rhllippn nnd her mother left my nelgV pretty girl trying to men when he r&ite the window of a rallrotd car and inmivi un and eels abesd of the other "Allow me?" oh, to courlenislr, and ai and she earn 'Ob, If you plcisr; I woniu s be 83 glad," anil the other male pawen-cerenvy, and he leans turn ereen with over on the buck of the seit and tackles tka in.lnw In a knowine war with one htnd, If peradventure he msy toss it arlly win. n aimnlp turn of the wrist; but It kind of holds on, and he take hold with both mnil. lintlt eort of doesn't go with nny alarming extent, and he pounds It with his fist, but It onlr seems to settle "a leetie closer Into place," and then he comes around and she gels out of the seat to give him a fair chance and he grapples that .Indnwand bows up his back and tugs and pulls and swsats and grunts and strains and his hat falls off and his suiponoer buttons fetch loeoe and his vest buckle nnd and his face gets red, and his feet llp, and people laugh, and an Irreverent young man In a remote seat grunts and groans every time he lift', aid cries out "Now then altogether!" as If In mockeiy, n.l he hursts his collar button, and the pretty young lady, vexed at being made so confpicuous, says In her Iciest manner, un you, it doem't make nevermind-tha- nk nldiffierence."aud calmly gees and sits down in snother feat, and that weary man gathers hlmfelf together and reads a dook doesn't he feel just gocd. ufs!dedown-o- h, be fool enough to extend Msvbe. but don't any of your sympathy. He doesn't need Hawkeye. peea n Opening the Car Window. Mavbc a man feel hsppr nl lUltered and envied anil bleMed l FKOrESSIOrUL ?roJ nnJ among bo, in ih. rvtnrii nf ltnTUiuJ idlolnlni n.iii -counties and In the Court of Appoali. ATTOUNEV DANVILLE, ALEX. AKBEHSON, A-'-I-A"- ..... KY., Bend t centa tor postage and receive rM, a costly Ik)x or goods, which to more monny rlrht will help all, ofellherapx, away than anjtlilng oIm In this world. Kortuuea await the workers absolulelv euro. At onco ad. ilrmTsi kA Co., Aug'isis, Maine. APRI7C h gnw i.ij " ""'W Attorney A.t, Liiw. And MasUr Commissioner llockcsstla Circuit Court Will practice in'ths 'itockcaitla Courti. tions a specially. Otaca In Court-house. j. b. nsn. $200 Reward I A Hewanlof Two lluupred Dollars will b paid liy tlia friendsof the late J. N. Ilenedtct for the capture of his murderer, Henry llobarts. lloberls Is about 3J years of sge, dark complexion, bate! ejM", smooth fan and very bad countenance, rath cr heavy bull, weighing probably 130 uounds ' aj! fllMlyLLLXHViLtE, ajsasaaaaawagui asafjaaawsssasssssasaassjsaaaisj R.R.I9 m THK GREAT Collec1MJ Through Trunk Line South aids Main Street, two doors above T l. l.Aiiti aisewltif aa.1 (dtll f.if lllA l,1 of lllA " 1 linen iv'ss i.'tiiwiv. " and hells, " rontalnltig Nitrous Oxide Oas administered ween re farm or Mrs. l'Dirbet 4 Ulalu mile from Hustonvtlle Pure j:HI AcrcM, lying ol a quired. im tbn Utterly Pile and I hereby otter II privateol two stories ly II has a good dwelling-hous- e DIl. W. B. 1'BNNY, besides tlm iietesiary ouUbiilldings. and a It is well watered and Is pwd, rich land worth BTANFOUD, KENTUCKY. much more man is astru lor u. .,... nMM tAtir Apply to me lur further particulars. o. uihu. omce over jwoi. a r .l... iir;If,8Unford.Ky. 2J7 8;,im from 8 to 11 A. u. and 1 to r. . Anesthetics Iisi-iyr- .j ministered whun neceaaarf. Offlco HU110J30N IiBH p. HUFFMAN1, D13NTIHT, Don tint. n. ..i. ., IVIulos , a for Sale ! BUntorJ, Ky. i.T. Stanford Female College. NTANFOIll). KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Tbla Institution will open Its Fifteenth Seaalon on the 1st Monday In Baptambtr neat. ALL THE BBANCUES OF A Without Clmgi and wrilh Speed Uathalri SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE .ROU Uk'nVlLU TO Tit. ,ri r.nifi tiAittii. I nflVr for tain my well known work Mules, lo hands h gh, used to the csrs, sound, gentle and true pullers, and when I adverttso in Tiik iKtasioa Joubhal I n t thai. have never alle4 to sell, d (29J.tfJ SOUTH & WEST eefphiV, PULLMAN CARS NaVi!?,?".! Llitl. Jtock, alonlgonsry, Atlanta, Savannas, Jacksonville, 3lobll, and New Orlsans. BEST ROUTETO FLORIDA In Patat Cars Without Chang. - w THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE DniTsOt itl.. AtA In IlrPu.MaklnsT i MdothsrklndsofMwIngln the best style and si ressonsble ratea. Pollclllng a shsre ol yaur pstron-- P, SHORT LINETO THE EAST trniUllNri f I .ji I xAriiae Main Are taught, as wall aa Froat Louisville la Palaca Cars without chanr. -- .. Isv.iIm 1 am, respectfully. .,.,,,-- . MOBIO. TUE LANODAQEB, DUAW. INO AND rAINTINO. Mm C Stanford, Ky. TERMS MODEKATE. In Tuition, prices rang from 125 to 130 In th iritular DeparlmenU. IrlnarT,nJ; IntruedlaU 110; Prcparalojy, $49, and Colleslate, ISO, For full particulars, aa to Board, Ac.addreaa MIIN. N V. Tlttrr.Iir.Alir, ITUlcliml, Aunford, Lincoln Co., Ky. Seeking homes on th PMIPDAUTC tin ot tnis road will I O receive apeclal low ratss. Se A trail ol Ibis Cnmpany for rates, routss C. P. ATMOHr!, 0. P. 4 T. A. Ac. or write (I) LoulavllU, Kr. 4 P m. H CD m o P W rs H" 'MOiVOr ROUTE." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago you are in debt, carry youreelf r.lmlv as the ereat houses do. If you owe a merchant $00, don't be In too big a hnrrv to nav it. Just let him sweat over it a little while, until you see how much be i.ncn is going to pay on his own dews. you can prorate with him. But, on second thought, i uon i wans you to do that way. You want to reform this great evil, do you not? Well, the best reform is to walk way to brio? about $00 you owe, Just tne Dm ud and nsv that minute you can collar the money. If you nw it m a rascal, never mind, it is a iui debt on your part, and don't keep the conscience of the "assignment" operator. You pay 100 cents on the dollar every time. Then by and by as you and your neighbors do this and teach your neighbors so to do, thorn will arise a generation ol men in oa the America who will py 100 cen-will bee tue a howling dollar, and Canada ..IMpi-untenanted save by the wua bear and th wolf who will help the wilder Pay tOO Cents on the Dollar. my boy, was What I started out to sy, tht. If -- SBc?! p c O 3 Railway. Palace TO C MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, TIIK OM4Y LINE ItUNNINU Pullman LOUISVILLE Cars! Propr AND SOLID TRAINS O fjq S-f?- CD 1 W ( This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains in High Roputation, AND CHICAGO le tht Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall he 8eoond toinno Countrr iti Fare, wa-5-- BrxcuLNOTin Paarengars Irom the K,nox-TitBranch of IUN.K, It. arrive In Loulavlllt la time lo take tbaavrulng train of th "Moooa Iloule" and ko throuah to -- p OT erf- CD Hotel in the State Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of their Qaetti. (JrccncuHllc. Crnrf fordm-llle- , Irujcttf and Chlcatgo Tf Ithont clianRC. TlMt: TAI1I.K- - HTATIUNfi. Dally. ...... ? (1 p 111 1 01 a m Dally. 3 01 oO VJ pi aadrroaathe " Ijfsji-tU- j Hseaase will bacoaveyed toarromaaoeatleaa da slip to ' Illun 8 SO pm " ChlcaifO 7 80 am free of chargs. Npeclal ZL.. to CosamarelalTravalera. Tke liar will Th must dlrrct roula, with only ona thane Ol alwaya aspplltd with tke eholetat cars, to all polnla In Wisconsin, Ulnnraola. lows btaadsof LUaors acd Claars. Nebraska, Ac. Kor lurlhcr luformallon. suldrvaa Lvt. Loulsvlll..... Arr, tirsncaail... " CrawforitSTlll.... 103am 101 pn IMsu pa B pi O r CD CD s o g & CD TrdMartu MfHIlAT'. fU'ECiriC, A!kWr The (Jrcat English Itcmody, CD Itt- - MUKUAY KKLI.KU. Uulivllle. Kr (. P. A., ?i 1 nes howl. GS "Why notl What hnvo I to foarl Still, I am open to reason if you can suggest another plan." I could suggest no other. Plilllppa was and would at once succeed pnsltwoflty-on- o to whatever money had been her mother's. Till was enough"1 to Xve uport. She had no friend, and must llvo somewhere. Why should sho not stay on at her present lodg ings? Nevertheless, I trembled as 1 thought of this beautiful girl all alono in London. Why could sho not lovo mo I Why could she not bo my wlfo! It needed nil my to keep mo from breaking nfresh Into passionate appeals. As sho would ot givo me tho right to dispose of her futuru I could do nothing moro. 1 bade her n sad farewell, then went hack to my homo to conquer my unhappy love, or to sutTer from its Iresh inroads. Conquer it! Such lovo n mine is never conquered. It is a man's lift-- . Phllippi was nover absent from my thoughts. Let my framo of mliid bo gay or graro, Philip-p- a was alweys present Now nnd then sho wrote to me, but her lettors told mo littlo ns to her modo of lifo; they wero short friendly epistles, and guve mo littlo liope. Yet I iroi not qulto hopeless. I felt that I hail beon too hasty in asking hor for her 1'jvo so stoii after her mother's death. Ijet her recover from tho shock; then I will try ngnln. Thice months wns tho tlmo which in my own mind I resolved should clnrso beforo I ngaln approached her with words How wearily they of ljve. 'Ihreomoiitbsl drigged themselves nwayl Toward tho end of my selMmposod term of probation I fancied that a brighter, gayer tons manifested Itself in l'hl!iipa's letters, l'ool that I was, I au;uro.l woll from this. Telling myself that such lovo ns mine jnust win In tho end, I went to London, ami once moro aw I'hllippa. Shu received mo kindly. Although her garb was itdl thnt of Jeep mourning, never, I thought, hail sho looked moro buttiful. Not long nftor our to fir- rating did I wnit beforo I Sho stopped mo nt the outsat. ' .:iin I ..i.mi," bho tnld; "1 lmvo forgotten your former wordf let us still bo friend." "Nuvorl" I cried passionately. "I'hllippa, answer mo on.ee for all, toll mo you can lovo nt "But alone!" I exclaimed. TUnkriiihler will sleep at home and con fidential clerks will spend their vacation In town, and a man's salary will pay lor every-Mn- i Bjtth only way to bring h preparatory millennium, my about this " bay, Is foryou tj piy mat jo roa owe It -e-very cent of it. No matter now much tho other mm owes or how little he Washington, PhlIadelphlaN.Y. pays. Yon pay your debts, my boy and I The only Una running will know at least one man to wnom i woti't ha afraid to loan money without PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0AR8 collateral security or gilt eded paper. ' The Tollesboro debate conducted by Rev. J. YY. Fitcb, of the M. E. Church, vaoM South, and Elder J. fi Kendrick, of the luesoay, al- LoulHTllIe.CluclnuRtl und Lex Christian Church, dowd last Ingten, KyM ter six days contlouance. The debate was feeling .rj.U ntunded. and the very best seemed to prevail throughout the entire Connecting In same depot with fast trains tor discussion, and the debalanta conducted themselves and the discussion to the entire satisfaction of their respecttvo Inenda. Kev.J. 8. 81ms and Elder Moirlecn ere The Direot Eonte toLynohburg, San ville. Norfolk, moderators. rt. chesmund ohib n. Kentucky Route East Inipotency, and Heneral 1m of Powrr of the (lenerattvs Organs; nt.U JlmiM that ullow as eirore Ukisa;. quftira ol youmrai imprujruc oi thaaxcmuiol ustured years, such Tr.J. U.k. In the tsVnlversai Uaallude.ralnPrriiis-tura baea, DimneM of lslo(., am L many uttardls-nuMOld Ags. and lead to Insanity or Conthat sumption. In all rates of wclnc acu Ilk a Weakneaa the rhirm. rMlorlhf Ions or fading ill- or, glvloa- lo, lbs eye a brilliant to the cheek. and aDarkllna-beautytbarusy bloouui of health. AftarTaklag, dVAturray'aMpeclfle la sold by all DrugglsU at II per packed, or six packves for W. Alw by mall, postage free, on receipt o( prlc. axrVuIl pirliculars In amphlai, which will I mailed froa to every apptlcaut. Address all communications lothaaola maoufarturra. Is positive cure Power. 3? ry, Lo of Hraln for Weak Nervous Exhaustion, exulnal Weikni. a Memo- LI.I "illtioUranii Itontc." Shorteat and Quiokest Honte from Ood tral Kcatuogj to all PoinU North, Eut, West and Southwest. Fast Una IIIwmo mm LKXIMTJTON A CINCINNATI. tkhadul In - Errct Oct. II, lUs. k"nri '?Wl5 1 9 18 9 ' 1 A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. Druggists everywhere. Xanaaaatv. Mo. Bold In Stanford by Penny A McAllsler and all Aariiua rl (100-ly- JiUltll.tr XF.DIViSK PTa .. f ? S I I 1 A Co., Wholesale Aaen Louisville ti, Ky eHu 9"aT)"ovi j nriii III SJ" w ? 1 Sat POSTED j o-o ! PBBBBBii M I . i BB " 5 ? ' BB "Owwbsi BBBBB u abo it dioner, and the cresm will be thick en uah to skim I do my nl?ht milking the snme, and I always get all the cresm off mv mllh, n ) matter bow cold it It f Howekeeper. Tl e man who fell from the top of the Washington Monument the other day. and wm rnuirht by his coat tail on a nail that avert his lllf, t a type ni n ui.v other person now in dsnirer of falling in Wellington. fiom high nla Bucklen's Arnica Sore. bow I manage my milk in to get tho cream to rise. I strain winter my .morning' milk in Urge tin pan, set it on the warm slve, cover It and keep the stove just warm enough to bear your hand on. I let It remain there until I go I will tell Tbla nolle forewarns hunters, nsbermen and trampaoat to trapaaaon our lands without as alt such seta are liable to be prvmutcd to th full estaotof tb law. BUnlord, Ky March 171ft, imi. ibijow.j (Jus A W, M. McUormack, D. UeKtttrlck. w. ijarpeni.-- , a. Bishop, H. T. Bush, C iieia, t. Cobb, Lavl HubbU, It. V. D.UholM, Hlgglna Kelly. W C. McOormack-- , B. (7. A J. F. Uovrr, 11. il. LvUe. All Virginia and North Carolina J. W.Wealherford, T. J. Hill. Points. Wm. Burton, For tickets and lurther Information, apply to C Vanoy, J.H. Murphy, J.A.Harris. vour neanst Uckat office, pr addresa J. M. Hill, P. W. CarUr, W. E. ARIOI.p, W. J. Baao, J. II. McAllsUr, Ed. Carter, atU, Ticket and Advertising Agt., T.J.Foster, J. D.Jones, Ave., Louisville, Ky 325 J. Q. Montgomery T. M. White, II. W. rill.IjEB, O.W.NM1TH, (J. A.Benodlct, 11, K. Marcutu, Ag't. Oan'l Msnaea'r, , Oan'l W. K. Amon M.T. Kuswll, II J Dust. A. D. Newland, AC Newlaod. B. W. Qlvens. O.I-Carter w veiI vvsHM CS3 cc?P' I TJ 5,0 .'J ' LLaBQB!0B"B9B I re" " S3SSU li'O'O'W i 1 r4 if I I BBBBB uciKhiim: MMOmISm' m m m m BBBBBB'i a.rr-Ts- r I O H H ttgS wo ye 535 O m,-- BB'BB BBBBB uooilo 9 Vsefle z- eowa ? roarth !'. a o B s: SSv! " r 0-- lyrl !.? rm Miifri niII R1 j 3 ir?ia z I I 5 a1 81 r 2 & --- IIIIH & MISSISSIPPI H. Tho Direct Bouts to w MWOWMM1! ,)UUU t MM ! 1 1831 Tin: c'uiriVAToR AND ta. ,38 1 n a 6SS8S om 1885 ! BBBBBBli EBBBB i St. Louis & the West Northwest and Southwest by the wsjr of COUNTRY GENTLEMAN THE IlEdrOKTHE Sfe5SSlJ;sU,3 ww PSBBBBlBBlBB UUUM t'sa-- H I -.! f I mo!" Sho looked nt me compassionately. "How can I lost answer youf hho snld musingly. "Tho shnrpest romedy is jcrliaj tho kindest. Basil, will you understand me when I say it is too latof1 "Too late! What can you meant Hai Tho words died on my lips ns rhllippn, drawing a ring from tho fourth Dngrrof her lefthnnd, showed mo that It concealed a plain gold circlot. Her eyes met mlno imploringly. "I Bhould have tcld yot) beforo," she said anothor " loftiy, and bonding her proud head; "bat there wero reasons even now I am pledged to tell no ono. Basil, I only show yon thli because I kuow you will t"Us no ttbtrajx. -- s swsr." Tlio best Balre In tbe world for Cuts, Bruises, leaving Chattanooga lor Sores, Ulcors, Salt Kheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, lavlllo aud Clnclnuall trjake Chilblains, Corns, and all Bkln direct .onnecttoiist tboo folntswtb the LightChapped Hands, Eruptions and potltltely cures Plies, or no pay re- ning Express on tbe Ohio A Mississippi for St au.ic- - Loula and all jInta West. qu irsd. I li gusranteea lo give tlo orui-- . .yrelunled. PrlcoJl cents per iox. from Louisville r HOUrS Only to St. Louis, being or Clncln-1two hours . ru rialel rate fi Pennf. nail quicker than any other line, giving our passengers An Want Answered. lime for meals and first choice of seats lu trains Ciiisny one bring us a case of Kidney or Llret going West. speedily Complaint that Electric Bitter, will not cases by anT cure? We say they can not, as thousands of Ine going by way T Chicago. permanently cured and who are dally recalready ommending Electric Bitters, will prove. Brlgbt's (ieie, Diabetes, Weak Back or any urinary complaint quickly cured. Tbey purify the blood, iml ict on the diseased parts. ii.. .mmntetd. For sale at JO cents a Always makes Evry bot'le bonis by Tuif .1 l'nny. Con-n- o to All. A Lawyer's Opinion of Inttrest Winona J. A. Tasrney, Es) , a lead attorney ofthan three mora Mlun , writes: "After uslog It for With all Llnea at regard rears, I tak great pleasure la staling that I Consumption as tho Dr King's New Discovery lor and Intermediate Points. Coughs nnd Colds. I 8t. Louis best remedy in ths world for most severe Colds-1- ' NoOmiilbuJsTrniih-fcrfl- ! has neVcr failed' o cure the psfn In rne Xo have bid and Jnvvlably re'Jevcj the sure cure for all chest " Trial Bottles ot thU at Tate brcat and. Lung Diseases juay be bad tree Connections maJo In Union Depot, St. Louis, 1'enny'a PrugStgio ,JUrgeslto IL A wltb trains of lines going West, Northwest and to SeeThrougJp It yoifare going West to any point, call on or ex- wafeb-- no matter how eostly-- ba wilto to the undersigned. How can a wont operate' Kor full and reliable Information In regard to ectedtogowhp? the mainspring stomach, liver Land. Ac , In the Weatcrn States, Map.. can say ono bo well when, Ml llow and lowest special rates lorTIckeu and Household Of corso you-iaor kldneya are out ol order? Uooda to all points West cp on 0J,TQ0,pM tnouianJTr people dHg .lis can not." Yet coMftlShj cot sick abe4, I'asaeDsar Ag't Ohio AMIsslulppI Ilallway, slot mfiTraWy I" Uarrodsburg. Ky W. B. HHATTUX5, not able U work wltb eomtorl and . W. W.PEABODY. a mt Oen'l Pass. ' Prea't and Oen'l Man'gr, Passenger Agent, Agt, UowfwlUh. when a bottle or tworParkcr-t, Try-Iand got C. W. PAUIS, Central would set them .Bright. Cincinnati, Ohio, .. r'M Lou-liai- ILOUISVlIiliEorCIXCINXATI. ACsIlIOUIsTUKAIsU'KEICTilllN In amount aud practiof American Agriculture cal onlent, In extent and ability of corriaimn-(- I yle of publlea nice. In quality ol paper and lloii, It oocuplr thehrsi rank Ills belldviol lo In either of tlio three chief divishave bo superior ions of TheCouoiry fjentlemin Is the leading Journal TBflfl SBBB XB1 IIJI i ii i poni SBBBBE1BSIBB BE BBtIBB 99 n P m U Virus f'rcijiN inf Jirtlciilturc&I'i'nlt-Groninf- I't'owmea, , Noaril-IlouH- JIAY.SVII.I.K llltANtHI. KbrBJ," Dally T.x, 12Hours Quicker JonSw ig-:.i..- ... -it O. 6c M. otions Fast Timo and Sni'O ylille It Inrludfi allmlnnr dersrtmerita of rural lulenat, such as tho Poultry Yanl, Entomology,y (irepn Houi mid Grapery. Lve Oovlnzton..... " lxxlngton .... Keplles, Farm Qiiwtloui atvl Answers, l'lrs-sid- e Reading, Duiuutlc Ikonoiuy, aud a autuma-r- y t arts .i..,M..M.t of thii news of the week lis Markrt Heporls Arr Millrrsburg .. Is Carlisle am unusiiilly complete, end tuueh attention ....h " Johnson...,.,., paid to the prospects ol tho cropi, as throwing " Majsvlllw..... IlgbVupononoof the most luioruntof nil uses-Hoy Whenlollwjanl Whtn lo Sill. It Is Illustrated, and Is lntendel ri aupuly, In a continually Increasing drgrea, and in tho best sense of the toriivJ Lve Maysvllle " Jobosoii. LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, Vnter-Inarliber-crallHoirrii-Boi'S- MvvStocI: rnul Ddttutiiu; Hun.'Kx, nun. No. 6s.' Dally 3 00 n in 7 25 a 111 4 30 11 m 8 15 a m S 20 pm a 10 n in a 47 p in CO a ni A 07 p m t) 4S a m 7 10 30 a m' 7 41 pin 0jiiu No. Ex, Sun.iKx. bun 5 4t.i 6 30a 7 'il a 7 41 a 10 a y 10 a HO Dally si' m 111! I I Ho.M Dally 20 1 1 Ferries! greatAltbongn Country Ottitlcniin hss ly enlarged by Incresslng its size from IC lo 20 wwkly, tlio terms coatloue as heretofore, pagh. when pild strictly In advsnre! One cony, one year, i;.50; tour rvpics, ito, and au i1JIiIodI copy fjrtho ymrfreeto the sender of club; ten copies, 10, and ao additional copy lur the year freo to tho sender ol Ilia club. BCXW new subscrlliera fur liU, paying In will receive Ilia paper Kvekly, fmin oar receipt of ths remittance, to January 1, 1J85, without harge. Specimen copies free. Address len " Mlllirabnrg.. Arr Paris " Lexlnxton " CivlnKton " Carlisle I 111 in 2 4pm m .1 (V.) pm mi 8. in m n co pm a 111 fi M 11 ni 39pti pr . tip I, I'M Kit r r, OPERA HOUSE, 8TANKOIID. Notk. Train No. 8 runs dally from Knoxvllle, Winchester and Loxtuglon to Covluxton. , TnlnVn t i,n. .1.. i,.i cot via Winchester and Purls irain Q. ij la dally except cjunday between Lexington and Paris, but Is dally Irom Clntlnnall to Knoxvllle. . o I.xlnufiin and Pnrla Vn Rl .lall. ,a! rr 'alngton 9 10 a ni. Z' m PuMUtfis llVliliUJL'SilX, i " Albany, N.Y 4 30 p". arrive Paris "l"'uy. icavo wxingion m; 5 IS pm, ft mr,A Kail IJnA.-tfi. Polid Trains, with Pullman Weeping Cars twcea .iniCi?S.hL"?J ,1m h"lonJ Va , and WlnchoiUr r.l.. -- .t if ""! na A ....,. .,., 'hr . W. P. WALTON, Bl(eot6tage,0io0, ;,' - KY. 0, Propriotor. ! Eight comntete sets of Scenery. Healing capacity, including gallery, (VM iteasonable rates to good attractloos. A'ldrc lkk,",,1 ,auJ u,P'iie to any destination reached by a rallruad. clccled H. V. II. MniLHI- W II IKtlrar.nun. Pasaeoger Agint, Trav. Acent. a??,Tin?,oni Ky. Uxlnuuin, Ky. C. W. SMITH. II. W. KULI.EU Jcneral Mansger . Oeo. ! Agt Ii. VOLUME XIIL fi E i ft. s 4 I THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL SXJFJPIjElElSrT. STANFORD, KY , (i i '-- Ml a- . ii '"t VOLUME XII. DKCEMBER 0, 1884. NUMBER 000. Christ, when Solum was in perihelion and bad passed through solar node toft'idi-gree- s, and Jupiter was at the corresponding node of 'JO J. The plague ravaged every known Inhabitable spot In the worl 1 that year. "Thescofldrs say this means nothing; but scionce only discovered many of the laws ot nature by observing coincidences and deducting therefrom absolute results. Daniel gives to the believers the assurance: "None of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand." well-know- n GREA rit will pay you to read the otber side.- JOHN II. STARIN'S GOLD. AN EX CONGRESSMAN'S CAREER. From Country luctor to Mllltattnl H.T.U Millions In Hl Coffers Oeu.rn.lljr and Keseinbliinosi 11 U "WELS3 Owing to the un on hand, the under the week following bought their Wintc ia "Urollier Jonathans." K. Y. Journal.! country doctor with on annual From Income of $l,'0, chiefly In lal tlebts, John Ii. Htarin has become the Huh Admiral of the commerce of the New York river and He even once held a ostinaster-shi- p canals. at twenty doilarx n year, and thought himself more than furmiate. TUI sum of twenty dollars alil for hi year's clothing and left him aufflclout wherewith to "spark" the pretty young girls of In KulUin Coun y, New York. How different are his surroundings now. Ixwk at hit beautllul mansion in West Thirty-eight- h street, luritlshetl with It costly ebony lurnittire and its thousand and one evidences of the vast wealth of Its owner, and then compare it with the humble cottage In which he first saw the light of day sixty years ago. That Mr. Htarin often recalls his early poerty has lieeti clearly demonstrated in Ui lasi few years. There am thon- - who fay of Mr. Htarin, and of all such nier, that llielr liberality is a carefully calculated a Iveititetiient; that the free excursions given to the newsboys, the )K)llc and the veterans of the rebellion serve to advortlse the excurpars sions fur which the public that tlio frequency with which the papers are called upon to m ntion Mr. H arin's name attracts the public to (Hen Island, and that this generosity, like virtue, is its own reward and pays an ample interest upon the original investment. If this were all true It would UJt be a faul in Mr. Starin. On the contrary, the world wculd be very tnuih brighter and better and tup-pie- r If msny other men would chooe the same mode of advertising themselves and thoir business. Ihe advertisement which gives a day's pleasure to tin poor, ragged police, newsboys, to the and to tint veterans who are forgotten and neglected by the country they faithfully served is an excellent thing to imitate. It is safe to ay, however, that Admiral Starin has no uch ulterior views iu hli benevolence. In business ho can drive as shrewd a I argain as any of his critics; but out of business he is a torl of riaitta Claus, delghletl Iu giving because it his tin. lire, and happiest wrlieu he has succeeded in uiukiug outers happy. Mr. Htarin was t.orii at the little village of HatniiioiMville, in Fulton County, on Augus. .7, ISiV He received a clastical c edu ntion, due to severe pinching and on Uie part of his parents. Young Htarin determined to become a doctor, olid in 1H2 he rcuiiiieiicvd Uie study of medicine, but lie soon touud Ihut lilt talents were morn practical than professional. Three year la er he opened a drug store it for over d in Fultonville ami tblrtten yiars. In ihe meantime he had, of course, taken an interest In local poll-ticami from 1818 to lfOJ he was the l'ost. master of Kuitouville. HU drug store was the centre ot the politics and gossip of the county, and wheu the llepubi lean parly was nrgauized Mr. H ariu beiame otio of the earlicnt and mol enthusiastic supporters of the new plationu. The defeat of General Scott cost him his l'ostmaster-shimuch-pestered y ear-roun- d 1 sac-nliccon-iimes, p. WAR TO mm Tm Although Mr. Htnriu has left l'a tonville these many years Ue is by no iujuiis iheie; nor has be patted with his ma eriul niteiunt in the coun.y. Twice ids have elected him old to CongiL-wM-, and three years ago his nanid was piesetited Jo the Republican Htate Convention as a'caudldaU lor Governor. With his usual generosity be gao way for Hecntary Folger, and Mr. Htarin seemed thorouguly well pleased that he Mr. Howard Carroll, did. Hit journalist, with less prethe science, accepted tae nomination for tars'e against General Hlo cum. ll whs defentod, an I did not askt "Is Geiierul Hlitoum herej" the day after the die." i. Mr. H urlii's double lifo at a metropolitan and a ruruliiu is evident In his occupation. He l it director of the North Hivor Bank her , and of the Mohawk Kiver 15nnk also. 1o oii a 'Or ra t of Mr. Htarin one has only to aku ilitt usual picture ot Brother Jounatha", gr szle the blonde hair and chin lull, und make the body u trifle stouter, and ihere is a capital Krtralt oL the Last night a the Metro; olltan Hotel ono of Mr. HiHrn.N trioiidi .aid to a Journal Ii all of his woalt'i, 11 .1 to repoittir: ' put a mode o I nut ujmiii It U is not less than iT.L'O.ihjj, he lm no valet; his habits of life art- - loo s 111 no and uualT c ed; but he has nuineiou, ilerki aud liuudre in of other employes, an I lie is a hero to nli ot the.e men, with wtiom he is brought Into the 11101 1 liank and inliiiiuU) iiiercou.su aud relutU 11 t. To hear III clerks speak f blme to see their eyes glisten with pi Ho and pleasure when ibiy nre permitted to utter Ids pra es; to note Hip affectionate respt-o- t aud esUem with which t.iey refer to him these are the Ik'sI possible proofs that the public man, who has inado him-sey so popinar, is no less worthy o in his pi ivate relations, aud that bis generosity is as genuine as it is remarkable. n lellow-countryuie- n well-know-- DIREFUL PREDICTIONS. BLANTON DUNCAN AS A PROPHET. Kt-I'oll- ritormt, Earthquake, anil resilience Fotw. sold Ily the Dlstlnculslied elaa Tbe lllblo th. Hourc. of Uls Inspiration. In N. Y. Btar.l ti 11 1 lf opu-lartt- J THE A I'uriiMi. Claim. N. Y. llvt n nic I'ost. A curious Offl e J. DO ol lfl-.'- is one presented by the widow of Anthony Coslo, ulius Autiony Cts It ciles tl ut Anthony Caxtb, who died in 1870, at Ann Arbor, Mich., j lined Ihe British loi cos In Ciiundit, that no deseited in 1814, crossed on the ice to the Amor can side of the river, an I eu eiod the Uut.ed B tales service. Altor serving hern six months he was retaken by tho British at a point six miles below N.ajnrn Fulls, and sunteuivd to death, ills sen euce was, however, commuted to 8J) lashes, from the lesult of which bo never recovered, and for which a pension was granted him. This trillion h s widow !, asks to hav ,nrr -. cour-martiul- laim peMinu in l'io IVnsinn at Wnsliing on, belonging to he war , 1 I An A small Klrrtrlr Awning. 1'hllaiklphlii Telcgriiph.1 boy leaned against the iron awning posts of the Nt, Maio Hotel last H night and lelt a ecullar tried to free himself from the ost, but was held by an invisible powo. Then he screamed and cried tor help and a crowd gathered. There was a suspicion that an electric lamp which was burning serenely overhead was at the bottom of tuo trouble, and a messenger was quickly sent to the United Htates Electric Lightning Company for an electrician. When the latter arrived he glanced at the lamp and saw the trouble in a moment. The light had been blown against the awning and was touching the iron at the point where tho irons were coupled. Ue moved the lamp, the current left the awning and the boy was free. In the meantime, however, several ottb crowd had experimented and shocks through the iroa ribs of bolr umbrellas. s'ntin. Having determined to quit the stock at onco FOll CASH. "UZ your pardon, nils," remark! a e gains in Overcoats. C Sandals, Arctics, Coati lune Dress Goods, Tri and Waterproofs. A tions to salesmen this time and the Great CI Let the people read Sale! Four Thousan week for the Blm&Y C tucky on First-Clas- s Erie Canal. At first he hired canal boats; then bought them; then built them. From canal boats bo took the easy step to steamers, and from the Kriu Canal he sailed out Into New York Harbor aud Long Island Hound. Year by year his fleet ot voitnel l e L" At Te story 1; e 'h-- l Increased iu size and Importance. i ho carried freight only; then he be- dent upon hi sslsry a s ' first gan to develop the passenger traffic, and a fortune of $160,000 by b peculations now ho has the two branches of transpor- Perhaps this is to create Mmpathy for 'in tation uudor his control. "s- -i It was in IttO that Mr. HUrlu turnod nls attention to the freightage business on the a long article from ot Duncau, the pen of lllanton startwhich Ky., in Louisville, ling predictions are made. Duncan takes tlio Bible pre llctlons fur Ids bails and foruteils "famines, and jiestilenc'j, aud earthquakes," which he ndds, have already begun, the Iic'ila utul lava quakes, which were more latterly succeeded by shukes in England, an 1 the North Atlantic coast of Amorloa, lielu roferred to for verification of what he says. The words of 8t. John are quo cd: 'And every mountain and Island were moved out of their place." And therei in to come: " A great enrthquake, such ns was not since men were u,on the earth to mighty an earthquike and so great. Ami tlio t i ies ot tuo Natto in f II an 1 ev ry Isla id tti I uway, and tho innuntalu were not Ion id. And th 're fel upon 111 jii it grunt IihII 011 of Heivjii, ev ry oue alout thu weight of a talent." Mr. Duncan 10 iclml s thin: "Another sl.n of reuurkablo significance has been occut rln.. Repeated bill-stins, during whlcli miiy persons have lteen tlottroyed and hou o bard bsen riddled as though cannon ha I boen fired against them. This is forctol I as one of the terribl vIsltaMous from w.lch woo in iH.t sctpe. Blocks of Ice, "every huio nb nit thu weight of a tnleti." Seven Itu ids is a Client. & IXavt have said this Is lm;osslble. Yet, w Ithlu t le past m uitli, in Europe and the United HtaUs, those masses of ice, deicibe I as weighing six or seven pouudt, liavo fallen, carrying to man and beast tin 1 houses. "D such things mean no hlng? It it chaiico aloue whiu'.i sends to Eiglandtlu phenomenon of 15.) degrees of heat nearly as hlg as the highest ever record d In Africa by Humboldt, 159? To those who know th ' English climate aud the En si lh this will lo soen to be even a greater phenomenon than their earthquike. At $) dogrees In the shade the English aro almost 111 l.i ig. The personal dixcomfort of Midi lit ut as jesterday'rt apeule to cveiy 111. mbltant as the most startling Incident within tuo memory of man. " We have t le cholera started In Eu rop and we must not expect o escape H)tibiii'e. These very earthquake shocks th u. Ii not des'ructive of lite und prop-o,-.- y w II pro luce disease. The passage of 1 10 grtut plaiuti. throug the nodes of eleetii ity, whic How out In spico from the tin s cqua'or, must produce great distil, bun? 1. Noxious gasen from the crust ofthe t'.iitli must lie liberated iu Immense qtiaiititlo , Inf cling tl.e air ami having effect upon not only animal an I h 1.1 heil h, but nlto vdgitnble life. We h.ivo tin 1 ex raordiu try cold in every ni't' th thlt ymi' Inuiauv loc ibtl t. Afrot iu S p. lull rut ge i ri are t and sjvoi I y wouii do iiio.o tlet.ruc inn in n uiht for the Unite l Hta es than a year ot war. Wo Luow ft tm the past that coincidences of giea pestilence did occur with the pass-h- o ot Jupiter or Hatu 11 through the tlec-t.Icsolar nodes, as for example. In June, I.'i.t). Jupit "i 'a passage wan tollowol by 1 outbreak ot cholera in Asia, un I l.DX),-- 0 0 ptwiplu died in a year. In Hi, tho chnlcin rage I everywhere Unitoil Hint Include . Jupiter aud H.tturu both pasting throuti tlioto nodes. "Thesa are merely coinctilences. Wo hare no proof that disease can or can not bo ulTrfcted by jilanetary nctiou. I i like mere conjecture. But we do all know one fact: The grc.it plaueN have passetl through tha spectrlcal nod is at or about the time ot the outbreak ot every one of the great epidemic t which hlitory records since 7CT years Loforo the birth of Wo have received 1 1 1 -tielv-torlo1 1 al 1 about forty do js und the screeches of more than that numb-- r of cats are borne to the unwilling ear ot the neighboring residents. These animals are described as by no means the choicest of their respective kinds, and It is alloged against them that, besides their tin melodious cries, they give forth odors which make the quarter decidedly unpleasant. There are those, Indeed, who aver that the premises on which the animals are kept constlfu o practically a sort of lazaretto, and that tho effluvia arising therefrom are a source of danger to their health. On this account tho occupant of the property has been proceeded against in the courts, and, as we learn from thu Pfoyrefn Medical, has been condemned to pay it fine ot five francs. The person thus mulcte 1 is an old lady who makes it hoi business to gather in all the stray dogs and cats that shs meets with on the streets. This lady is no less a person than the widow ot the great physiologist, the late M. Claude Bernard, and her eccentric behavior is accounted for In this wise: M. Bernard, as is well known, practised vivisection, but early in the course of bin married life his wife became a violent opponent ot tho practice, ami tholr iu the matter is understood to have made their life anything but a happy one, and finally to have brought about M. Bernard having at thei- - separation. length died, his relict's old tenderness has risen from its ashes, nnd, as the story is told, she has gone to work systematically to expatiate his offences against the lower animals by showing kindliest to as many stray dogs nn l cats as opportunity may allow; her idea being that, when at length he has succored as many dlstretsed brutes as he was the means of slaying, his purgation will hare been accomplished vicariously, and her soul and that of her late husband will be ready to meet in Paradise. How unfeeling It is of the people of Colombes to interfere with the prosecution ot this scheme I A number of getitlem n were dincii-.ini- .' the low rice-hoi tew d y ar when on- - of the psrty, Geo D jtrnni , said thst in 1811 h"K pild in M.di-o- n county at Wucai brought only $1.25 per hiindrrsl 'J 5 cen-- per busVl and c rn 37 ia er h rr I, Kirhiu tntl HersM of s An Krcentrlo Widow. N. Y. Medical Journal. Prom a certain piece of property In the French village of Colombes the howls ot -- n be Made By sny nisn or woman, girl nr ly who will organ. UerliibatoftlieWUBKbY WOULD, the great (arm aud home nerpaper ,cuuiilrte la sll uVpmtueiits ptld iu piou For too Ulh MTlhers st II " VtJll. rsch 123 will lw AKM-- MONEY It. subscribers, mid: for MiiuUcrileri SI?: lor 25 --.ubacilhen. ffi: fur 15 subscribers, 51; lor lu .ulxcribers, $2; for S Agents wanted In ere town snd vtllags Clr-colami atmple copies free tiend for t fin THE WUKI.l is tho banner Deinoc-atl- c VrwM pe of the Union. Kitty should reaj I.'; Sunday, II 60; it. DsIIt, ff, Keiul-Week- j WMkly.Slpertesr. TJFLY beinl-Wet-k- lr v IT. We will rluli the Stcw.'gKkt,V Intkiior .Ion a mi. ultb the Weekly World one jfirfor 1.' 75; with the World, f.l 40, and with lln Dally tWml for 17. l' W ALTON, Stanford. Ky. a JS.46.JQL J&XmHK A Just Dzci(,iU.xao accision-"- of tie The largest cattle ranch In the country A Nuat Suggestion, This being an Sundsy-choo- l Biiprrinlendent-like-llibir- ,- Boston court tbnt reporters can not be com belongs Klchsrd "W&,-t&2?W. t.Il(I 10 ll.tr. v the sources of their in comprifeito upward King, of Texas. It era of good feeling' in the first degree, why C3r- McCIsARY f7frl..lnnlr In mnrt nfi tn.n . hm .t .l..M of SOO.OOO acres, all un- would it not be a graceful tribute to -- XXraKSEHTSa vanbwlde n young Isdr who was wiping her formation on the perils and nenaltv of mn der fence, ,ni!?Vc.urrep.r"ent,tlTeof Lincoln cna-l-y, nnd nearly ".00,000 head of cat-li- quished foe for Mr. Cleveland action ot the democracy. to invite eyes with her hankerchtef, "beg your par- tempt of court, Is a judicial progression In & horses and sheep. This ranch has Mrs. Lockwood to him In opening Loulsrllle, K r.i Cincinnati, O.. and with the spirit of enlighten-ment- . been eagerly but I see you are in trouble, I don, Indl.n..n. sought by English, French the inaugurition ball? New York Trib. 1UU, ., ueaierslnstelnway A Sons'. Decker nVnit' Such matters should be as much a and Dutch offer you my atsiDtanco. Nothing pains mo Ual capitalists, but the successful une. Co fi Vcf Jdldate 'or representative of Lincoln coua- more deeplr than to ee a woman in die privileged communication as the talk competitor ia the United 8tatea Lind and t0 o,.'ha.taemocIrli'rS?1,ltlUf' actioa Easy to See Through. a lawyer and his client or a physi-cla- n Investment tress. Women were nude to be happy to Company, of New York, who "r "rm you suit chas.ri How can a watch no matter how costly-- be give till get oat eland his patient. The re porler- - is, one have just and it makes me sad to ere you weep Lere Danyllle. Kr. concluded a purchase at $0,500,-00- 0 ected to go when the mainspring Jwont operate?! prlcoa a nd terms. with no one to comfort you. It always of the most reliable of Instruments' that r one oe wen wnen bis atomscb, Hyer for the entire property. The com- "u" grieves me grievously to see a tear in a pret- nsn be Invoked to bring crime to light and pany orkldneyasreoutoforder? Of course you asy, anticipate an unnual income of near- "He can not." Yet taousandi of people drag ty woman's eye. I wa drawn towards you criminals tothe bar of the court. Some of ly 51,500,000 Irom this source, as the In. alonft tntierably In that condition--nn- t .iw k4 by the magnetism of sympathy. Can I do the best detective talent in this country is crease of cattle is about 85 per cent. tutnotsble to work with comlort and energr'. VT0' county, A.y, ine uigiur DRUGGIST. something for you?" "Yen, you can," tho engaged on the public press in a reporto-ria- l now looiun, wnen a bottle or two of Parker'i " '"S"1 oawanu unit mih -capacity. And by the wav. ih tached. Ths propertyjs young lady replied, withdrawing her hand"Doctor, I want to thank you for vmir Tonic would set tbem all right, Try It, and get and kerchief and showing oce red eye and one la s coadjutor of the cotirls in righting great pstent medicine." "It helped you back your health and anlrlta. Good In ir bo in tho markot with a bottor ii Biucr one. "perhaps if you will no in (he wrongs and in punishing crime., ami hnnU didn't it?" asked the doctor, very ranch Timber plenty snd accessible, f would be willing Positit Cure (or Piles, stock of to exchange for good farm stock, such as Mules; To the people of this ounty we would say next car and sit there for an hour the nasty be encouraged rather than discouraged by pleated. "It helped me wonderfully." Horses, Cattle, Ac. that . cimiu. wisniugtorogiKe io me tunioer oust-nemean cinder in my left eye will be at- uie courts in contempt cases- .- f"St. Paul "How many bottles did you find neccessary we have been glren the agency of Dr. Marchlii'a IUllau Pila applying to will finj s good guaranteed to take?" "Oh! I didn't take anv of it to euro or your magneti.m and follow Day. tracted by UlGMlLO&AX. nioaey refunded-Inter- nal, Exterral, Than over boforo Espooial atton-tioll.l.Anllt- w-i My uncle tookooe bottle, and I am his u.4.,vu,,iir, you," n cimi: koii 1'il.ks. sola Blind, lileeding or Iicblnz PIIm. Pri. m .M.. ia callod to a Joneph Gazette. Ho wcnt.- -S Plies sro frequently rirrtednl In heir." wi. ttocure, no pjy. p0nny .A McAIIater, A. Oruggltta. In tit bark, lolnt and loiter prt of tlm aWomon, The writer of a recent fashion item to Siberia, with a population of over 4, & to auiipojeliolmaomean'.-etloDaughters, Wires and Mothers, of tli kidneys or THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 000,000, Las only two daily, ore orjrsni. At timet, the eflect that "draperies havo not lr We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil's i)mjitonn oflndlgMtlon nre present, as flntiilvnr), disappeared but are yery much and iwo monthly paper. a female remedy, to cure Feinals Dlwav wnl compotoin And the Louisville iineaalnni t.f tho .tuiiitch, etc. A moUture, like simpler," pricos with any- had probsbly been gszed at a , .uiu n. tiTsrian irouuiea, frnplratlon, producing lery illaairrnnMlt.i.in. Inflsmmstlon and wtsn. auu boo mom. ........, muj'. ... ... . Ulceration. Falllnz and dbnilir.mmt . JUST AS GOOD. Courier-Journ- al ttir gitung warm, K a yery commoa attemlant. ballet troupe. v- - -- , in. Itu ia down feeling, IrregBhulttlea, Barrenness, Change Many umcruntilouiUt-alersmiitoll jouthtrhuyo Wind, Weeding nnd Itching rilm yield at once to tlio ef thjl elm o( r T....I. One year for only 8a-t- wo FREE: DISTUIIIUTIO.V. pais. sail ass sires vi un, Mucornicea, beside many weaknesses r i .a . t.7ta rrtuiOlaa lor Coughs and Colds In merit anl In arpllcatlon of Dr. BonniiWe Pile Itoniedy, w blch acta mor than the price pjpert for little arnidtt luitrtrtsl tiiulsc- " What camea oone. great t festiuuftt sat t.l errry Jutt as good S tlio old reliable Pr. directly nron tl.e mtt affected, abtorblng the Stagg'eDmgStoret"tha The ruth at Mcliobcrte A springing from the aboye, like Headache, Bloat, .m. otrtcwrs. alURPIIV BROS free dl.trlbmloiiof (ample ing, 8plnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deTumor., allaying tl. Inten.o Itclilngaiid affwtlnga .r n Br Davltiir tti 91 vn., --.m t..i. mi ongh and Lung Syrup, unltaayou Iniltt bolllei of Dr. Doaanko'i Cough and Lung 8yrup, Urdu), h..v. t.; : y"- :. '.ru '.' fllSuwwi the Uvot of the bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by i, me iqiuii this unirdy and will laka no other, jou aro permanent cure. 1'rlco CO tentm. a.i.i... .i. n. most popular remedy rnewspaper ,U8 ' ",ku in puouc n i now rtact i.V..-T..i- H bruiaialulCa. for Cumin rvai. rnn...K.t. druggliu. Prices II and l 80 per bottle. Send of the South, demoerat- fcmonr tht Utdiof Mci4 a xv. ..MiUJlllUII greatly decchod. Frlcu, CO cents sad Vostala Medicine Co., rinua, Ohio. Sold byMcItobl mid liable to .is . . waolnnaU.1 l(l BVIUS) wir.a.. uesussis. Ilrouclillla uowou tli market, regular ilzeCO toDr.Marchta!,mica,N.Y..for pamphlet, free. A. L,. SMIIII. Jltyt SOU pj Mcitgbc;t4 A ttl$t, Ohio, r' a liatjaudsLW. " ',"?" liiadforJ. ft. Hi.!.. Tk-:For a! by fenny A JIcAlijtsyr, Druigbu. u uesira io ",v,.u .. a COPV of ths ..... examine .t.l..JL. .i .! -- .w.,a, 3Ft. & F. - e, mi; ron-onin- ce aist . II. Balflnin your-orde1'ost-offlc- e, Co., pur-.Do- JOII. H. MILLER n " -- G.P. Peacock THE Saw MillJPor Salof -,- n.. HPSTONVILXE, Will - KY., ,""'" n In Run Order. OIntmont-emphatlc- ally Christmas Goods! ..., -'- lr ts A. cauil-itlepitl- Large Stock of Silverware Jewelry. Grand Gomhinntiewk -- i..i. ." ntl un Weekly l..-- r. ,", ,. vwurier-Journa- 'i .. -a -- ,. " CnilrUr-TA..,,,- fcfe y uc imt If goo.li, I rrcfUe wMch r. naMiw .ii.ihiittt'I ""i ' otIJ. FoMuum o. At ones J TTI MJsliilllS mm r. L' i ; im ftg TLtt afl JKhj 3d BLS8 irii gt " j5l f'H " fej - HE" &d hui ' Lp1Iy iv? i f H .EltW I" fi J(J feBU 1 - VJ HI .'. ard! aipltxloo, IV) JHsHsHHrWrL liUrU. llubfrlt intrDADcr, r will lx Iknrillct for the lIJ FrJ'SjiM WM1 H (JMBsKSWr'sWwi.wiw-sssswjwifl-- THE ORKAT iioiinJi hml nth Through Trunk Line .11. it LlliK ! 1imU of tlin ilti, rotitliuiii i1 i mm II lr iwa ulvate- I'orifi out-'"i- 111 1IUII0I1TM1C ll litiil linx worth kri. Bf, Btnford. Ky. Wllhaut Chaeea and with Speed SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ,H0M 10UI1V1LLS TU Uiilnlrt H0UTE lc ollcge. XT. (Teachers, UtMDth Hm1oo Till SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS NMlllmV, Venpa''. Lllllt Itoek, Manlx ousry. Atlanta, SaTsanak, Jaeksonslll, Motile, and New Prions. HUr nut. FOE THfi NEXT BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA r. iwiiK; In Palaca Cars Without Changs. KCOURSE M M SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Frosa I.oulit Ills In I'alacaCara wlthoatchanr. HnPRl aawaBBBBwBaD BBCTaaaawBSn aSBfi ..kBBShHShh 3:b. to duaw. JKATE. to $50 In tb Ja loUrraJUU 3; i homes on tht this road will rscslve special low rates. S Achats ot this Compsny for rstts, reulss C. P. ATMORE, G. P. 4 T. A. Ac. or write (') Louisville, Kr. Setklns tTMIPDAUTC Hn ol LrniUnArl I O 1 it, IM. '3MCOIVOX HOWTEK Railway. fdc.tJJrMt r, I'rliicliml, bioolnOo., Kj. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE O.VLV UNE IlUNNLHd I : ITuiailaw W WB fS X KIHBaSBBRCBKBI )TEL, ( ! Pullnmii Palace Cars! KY. AND SOLID THAINiJ - Propr t ; it Asulf I nM 4 Irs Known tains its ion, mined Atten- LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO STAMFORD, EY. .1 io Countrr ita rare, of ! that Brxrut. Noticb Pswanxsrs from lbs Knot. Till Branch of LA N. K. IU arris In LoutsrllU la tlma to take tbtefaolng train of tb "Monoa Itoule" and to through to UrcencdHtlc. CrAHforilsillle, Ijifujotte and Chicago nlthont change. -- T3M E TABLE. . BTAnoSST" Dslly. 10S S II a tu 7 SO Dally. ta it pa ns p . 3Tk Kail f t; ju just immuI Wo hnv tWtwr iiavu. ijpV: Lt. IxMilssllle... Arr. ClrencTUtIa 4 h an uiihtVdraMu una to 10 of win i unUilv m ?) ttuA HHrki, am! wofuiwiri for t ife mfeti Jwatrmia. wbit !rwty y. tkttt w jit ltet.r.e l 0r ,h!sjs )l ood, tlwt w art tjoing ioV tk Winter tAoa with mot fOOtll Us0 tft Qhilfc ty) writ 4"jio4 $tnek br iMkiixM HH5 Cl.T IK HMOKK. We )mv tk Urga . tHista mr 4wk,tad Hall to wll thorn l prwes iwter befot swuttowod nnd w ft d kt. ,1 ' 1' 333FL3T WjitarjiiW, i- - j Sklrti, V it t j. ttdfraa tk lean. mmoAallOBI k liar will cholrMt " LarajetU " Chlrat " . CrswfurdSTllle. .. a 7 4) p tu 1 I 01 a tu 3 01 in .. am S OS 4 12 S 50 put pm GJ-OCXD-S. , 1 inkii. ' ) li'KCiric, llh itemed, it Wrk ' , Ufmo-I'owt-r. The most dlmct rout, wlih only on cbangsot ears, to all polnu In Wisconsin, Mlnneaota, luw Nebraska, Ac For lurtbrr luformatlon. aldr MUUUAY KKLI.KU.U. P. A., IM- toutssllle. Kr ' " k ieru'jr t.'kfh. 1 v .i , v. J -- I III II t 'rt Tae c j jttlHgj t llenrlfttti Clib, B k lerMj, Vet, 1 .. .Milk . ' 2akiut r'.lk. .'Wki, CurUiu iji ileacbi i CottMS. t . tjot, IrUk Mufflers. " II rillT Orxna; lit follow Maw. linpruilroe 01 WiIidm, )tnril IM of Tr.JaUarr. Nrrvoui JTUW CENTRAL Fast Lin lUtwrao B. l" "itltioUrHiut Itoutc." Bhorteit and Quickest Ronte from Oen tral Kentucky to all PoinU North, Eait, West and Bouthweit, . IIaiMktkni, " iSmHim, Tt.:n:.. uiiiuurt, DrtHi plngba, ilimbari, THwinhijp, 11 aid OKtnwG, Um Hprtail?, CoJIrm, Kjd UUvw, ' L1in, BMrte, " L), CrttMiM! J'ArUNOHlOS. LKXIXOTOX at CINCINNATI. -- ' 4 all Irucxltt at tor J. Aio d; tkhaduU In Effect Oct. IS, lUi, Sotetiass, Cowfdrls, Ami n " Wkite Cuffs, i.kmJ, IAftrTMr, Tiw, ' " T is:::rq zs i :iJfl ?? q s if groat many other thing that we are usabfo to mention" horei ' M. ad nr1 Y3M0M A Ni W1 CLOTHIINTG: Slock of Alan's and M ..... . which will U taUrcoa all com. N, Jl ? ' I ' '?I -. ; lM4 1 .. jrr. ili.. InauCllr. No. USE fcAUlUr and all js' (J! xhing at fxtraordinarj Jow pritM. ' fA't We hive h spJendid ilook of Cuhloin-Mad- e Goods, ia addition to a Urge stock of Rsutern mtnufiictur. nnm in iuo jiuc iraiurv mo uovn is wu iauijr urukten. and boots ltrA a.isrx shoes. It 'i ru Wi ,. - Ital Aits It, uliTllUt Kf. c iU tlr stsssay I j I 1 a.uu i , , linn I ! D! PDBBBHi co si JbbBBBHBBB j w as Si""" lml SSSSa c?s om -B B lf W J J?a. S"i gp"1 H I? ! will p jou - to call early al!-iro- ol aad get wkat"jtl f flihfrmrn aaj rii without par. to U rirucrcuted I. f8lonl. (M.MeOurmaclr, , trivnt.-t'Wa, .J j Ul agBB J ! 1 ' 111 I SS8 SB SSCSS iTjfl'W'o 'swsi'rj BB I; .ssm J I a S.sm good Hm ofCarpetii that it will pay you to eramia.- An ValiB. W'A Lrg 6lok of IlaU, Trank and a nice BrusM.la for 62 crU per janl. (ood Calico, 5 cents. Bleached Cottoa, 0 cents. Heavy Brown Cotton, yard Xo gools ld on time, except t tkow who will pay ui promytly .January 1st, u proportion. OJ' wnto Carrot lor cents, and ovoryUng wtf , per' Ml i i i i I 5SS8tf ll I 'J? P Cf tf r " oCT BOBBB sunn,, .,., im. i, jss. 33BHa:iST5iff a omrsiii:?. tOorinacr, til cathrrford, rtori. Oil JVt Ua, a, bi a I r7 son 3BBHBB' i ? X a. "B i i -- mfl 'BB BB BBBBB t ' ' a, I r "r ita ITW rw f llilr, T!T aa titKomtrr toil let, 1 a leU r ?i 1 I,? 1 1 1 1 11 11 : f ' whoso occupation I"havo nol beorT"nC1o to Mvrtnln, seems to lmvo ient most of liU Unw in thi country. WheVdid Itoarn to love lier? Ak me, rnllier, when did wotlrstnieet! Even then, as my cyw fell upon tlia girl, I knew, as by rovoltitioii, that for 1110 lifo und her love Till that montit one aud the baiua thliij;. moment there o no noman in the world tlm sight of whom would have quickened my pulse by a lieat I liad read and heard of Mich love ns this, "l had laughed at it. Tim io seemed no room for such un engios-iiipamion in my busy life. Yot all at onco I lovod as nun has never loved before; and as I kit and gaze into tho fire I tell :nyholf that the objectlev lifo I am loading is tho ouly ono poulble for the man ubo lovod but failed to win Phlllppa. Our Hist muetiug mus brought about in tho most rrosaie way. Her mother, who suffered from n chronic dUeaw, eotuulted mo prof ouslon ally. MyUitn, Jlnt thoj of a ilocb y,sooi becamo thosi of n friend, nnd 1 to woo tho girl to the best of my was f abikty. l'hlllppa nnd her mother lived in a small houso on tho outskirts of the town. They ncro not rich peoplo, but had enough to keep tbo pinch of poverty from their lives. The qulot, ladyllko was ft sweet, moUier kuiroringa iter boro wlio woman, was. health Her with resignation only thing Tho indeed, wretched. whiph fcoomed likely to benefit her was a After continual change of nir and scone. attend hig her for about sir month?, I was In conscience bound to indoru) tho opinion of liar former medical advisers, and tell licr it would be well for her to try another change. My heart was heavy as I govo this advice. If adopted, it meant that l'hllipps nnd I must part. Hut why, during thoso sis months, had 1 not, passionately in lovo as I was, won tli young girl' heart? Why did sho not loave m as my afllanced brldel Why did I lol hor leave lite at nlU Tho nnnver is short. She loved mo not. Not that she had over told mo bo In words. iuJ iM.v. aJr.'i it.T In vqi Jj for bcr love. R - was never absent from my thought!. Let my framo of mind bo gay or grave, Philip-p- a was alwryi present Now nnd then sho wrote to me, but her lettors told mo llttlo as to her mode of lifo; they wero short friendly epistles, and gae mo llttlo liope. Yet I was not quite hopeles. I felt that I had boon too hasty in asking hor for hor her l'io so ijon after the mother's death. Ixjt shock; then I Mill try her reCoer fiom again. Thiee months was tho timo which in my own mind I resolved should olapso before I again approached her with words of Jjve. 'three mouths! How wearily they dragged thomwlves away I Toward tho cnl of my selMmposod term of probation I fancied that a brighter, gnyer tone manifested Itself in I'hi'.ippa's letter. Fool that I wa, I augured well from tills. Telling myself that such lovo ns mine jnust win in the end, I went to London, and once ntoro nw l'hilippu. She rereived mo Lindly. Although her garb was still that or Jeep mourning, never, I thought, had sho looked mot o beautiful. Not long after our fir' :e ting did I wait before I liegnn to .tin Wio stopped mo nt tho outsat. ..i ii," sho fnld; "I lmvo forgottfii your former wordjf let us still bo friend." "NuverT I cried passionately, "l'hlllppa, answer me once for all, tell mo you can lovo mo!" film looked lit mo compassionately. "How can I Lest nuswer jouf sho said musingly. "Tho shaniest remedy U jierhaps tho kindest. Basil, will you understand me when I say it is too latef1 "Too late! What can you mean? Has anothor " Tho words died on my lips ns l'hlllppa, drnwiug a ring from tho fourth Ongerof her left hand, showed mo that it concealed a plain gold circlet. Her oyes met mine im- Tl e man who fell from the top of the Washington Monument the other day. nnd ww rnuitht by hU coat tail on a ntil that sed his If Tw, l a type of h KPd insny other persona now in dsngfr of falling from high nine in W"hineton. AiJto lR lUAUMkl'l ,1 w u t M V V . . hi 1885 ! B "i BBBBB - -- ' f I w I u -- i 1 .1 i 5lSi. aa j :6S28S sr " a"otj EHBBB s M W 01 a P -- The Direct Boute to- - niscaio.4ca-4- - St. Louis & the West Northwest and Boutbwcst by the way of ll. COUNTRY GENTLEMAN the mar ot'TiiE SaiUaSlfl o a " It3"3 a PHBaaBlBBlBBl o Buck ten's Arnica Satire. Tbe best Bilre In the world for Cuts, Bruises, LoaTlng Chattanooga lor Lou-ABore, Ulcars, Salt Itbeura, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Urllle aud Cincinnati uiaks Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all bkin dlrectionnectlonat those points with the Light-nln- g Express ou tbe Ohio A Mississippi for Bt Eruptions and poaltlrelr curei rilw, or no pay I is(jusranteedto glie perfest sillsfac. Louts and all points West. tlo orm. .yrelunled. PrUoJJ cents per box. i Only from lioulsrllle or Clncln-1two hours hur fale I Tato Tenny. St. HOlirS patf to ltne.Lome, being passengers glrlngour quicker thsn any other An Want Answered. of soati lu trains lime for meals and flnt choice Can any one brlDg us a case of Kidney or Llret golDg West. Bitters wilt not speedily (Joiuplslnt that Electric S.hnsbnya.nV cure? We say they can not, as tnouiandi of cases lue going by way wf Chicago. already permanently cureJ and who are dally recommending Klectrlt Bitters, will prore. Brlgnt'i lene. Dlabetei, Weilc Back or any urinary re quickly cured. They purify tbe blood, the bowel and act on the diseased parts. Always makes Etery liot'le murantetd. For sale at 50 cents a bottla by Tm- - .t l'anr. ACiHIOULTUHALUKEKLlKN LOUISVILLE or C1XCIXX ATI. Country Centteman Is the leidlng Journal 5SS 1 ISS ' (ill 1 c a M u w llcUnS The In amount aul practiof American Agilcultiire cal content, In extent and ability of corrtapou-dencIn quality ol paper snd s.yle of piihllftfl. It Is brllenl to lion, It occupies thelirst Milk hareso superior In cither of tho three chief illrli-len- s e. SBBB iBSl ij.' a ih ! i ' 1 i BEBBQEIBHIBBEB HTAY.SVIM.1-NoaTit-BoUM: i 00 30 B B t B 3 of TT,. U 12Hours Quicker com-plai- nt O. & M. - A Lawyer's Opinion of fnttrest to All. Fast Timo and Suro Con-nootion- B rural hlle It Includes all minor ilenrtmeuts Interest, such as the Poultry Yard. Lutomolvy, Wter Lto Coslnzton. .. (ireen llouieund drapery " Islington . Insry Ueptlei. Farm (pmlioas and Answers, l'lrs-sid- e " Pari and a summaIImiiIIuk, Domestic ry of tbii nsws of th week Its Marft Itepirts Arr Miltersburg ' Carlisle unusually complete, and iii'Kh attention Is are " Jolmsotu paid tothejirospectsol tho cropi, as throwing " Maysrllla,. llzbtiipotsonenflbemost lmoriantof all iaes tloas IIVne'Muni M'An to Sill It Is Illustrated, and Is Iniemlct ft supnlr, In a BOUTH'Bot'SD. continually Increasing drgrea. and In the best sensoof the torirva. Lto Maysrllie . " Johnson, ..,..., LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, of liber-crallr J'itfin fvottn mill 1'rorrnnett, Jtartlcit It live JL'I'i'lt It OrotvlllUt JJrc Stocl: unit Diitvulnui 1IUANOII. No Si. Dally Ex. Bui. Ex. Sun. Dally Ko7Ei, 7 25 a m, 8 15 a ml 8 to a in 00 a ru ....... u 48 n mi 10 30 n m 'J 4 .... ... a 20 p in pm 5 47 Ji til 07 p in 7 00 put pm ""No. AJ "NoTftT" 7iim Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. bun 5 45 a 6 30 a 7 21 a 7 44 a h 10 a 0 10 a . ploringly. "I should havo tcld you before," she said softly, and bonding her proud head; "bat there svero reasons even now I am pledgod to toll no ono. Basil, I only show you tliii bcrame I tuoir j'ou will trU." uo ether ah. wwv" J. A. Tawtiey, Esq , a lead attorney of Winona Mlun., writes; "After using It for mora than three ( With all Lines at years, I take, great pleasure In stating that I regard Consumption as tho Dr. King's Sew Dlscorery lor and Intermediate Points. Colds. I St. Lonis best remedy In tb world for Coughs and Colds-- ! has ncVcr failed o curs the most setere No Ferricis! NoOiuiilbusTruuss-1'cr- A lh8 p,,n ,nttl" ! hare bad and Infill"? reI, for all chest." Trial Bottles ot this sure cure way b had treo at Tate brcat'and Lung Ptscaaes Connections maJo In Union Depot, Bt. Louis, . ' A Penny's Drug 6oiO with trains of lines going West, Northwest and Southwest. fa$yJo ,SeoThnualp It you are going West to any point, call on or wafebino matter how costly- -b wilto to the undersigned. How can a For full and reliable information in regard to to go wheo the malniprlog wont operate' stomach, llrer Und. Ac, in tbe Western Htalrs, Map.. Ouldp; Uow can any one be"wel! when, his and you .jy and lowest special rates lorTJcketa address cim ou or or kidneys are out of order? or dftg Uoods to all points Weal O. II. AIaOI. people tnousandY-..JI. can nU" Yet Passenger Ag't Ohio A. Mississippi Hallway, not sick abed, Harrodsburjr. Ky .lor mlmablr la thaf U work with command ener-W. B. H II ATT 11(3, . W. W.PEABODY. but not able or tw Man'gr, Uen'l Pass. Agt, rParktr' Pres't and flea'l U9wflUb, when a bottle C. W. PAHIB, Central Passenger Agent, then, all right. Try 'it, and gel would Torie Cincinnati, Ohio. .'J' j iu ..s .J-yg- e cse T, ui lst t- " Mlllcrshurg. Ml1 aasp m its size from 10 to 20 Arr Paris " Islington, ... waokly, tho terms loalluue as heretofore, m n to pm psgti One copy, one " Civlngton .... when pild strictly lu adauce' II KOa in It M n in cuplei, ilO, and au additional year, $1,50; lour Notk. Train No. S runs dally from KcoiTllle, copy fsrtho year free to the sender of club; leu copies, 8.0, and so additional copy lor tbe yiar Winchester and Lcxlugton to CoTlugton. 1 rain No. 1 runs via Ixlngton and Pails.and fren to tbe sender ol the club. eAII nw subscrlliers for iiM3, paying In nd. rot via Winchester and PurlsBunday rsneenow, will recelrc llu pajer weekly, from Train No. 0 Is dally except between our receipt of the remittance, to Jinusry 1, 1583, aud Paris, but Is dally Irom Cincinnati to Knoxsllle. without chani. Lexlnitton and Paris: No. 62, dally except r, Specimen copies free. Address Purls 8 20 arr Lexington 9 10 a m. lAVntKH 7lC'aM?if A'MJ.Vf I'uhlliLers No.learodally exceptiu;Bunday, Icavo Uxlnglon M, Albany, N.Y 4 30 p mi arrlre parjs SIS p m. Hi,i.,J.ne;""?.V5.f "', 4 r,m Tla Wlncbestrr, FolldTralus, Pullman Bleeping Carslietwcca CIniclu?.VL"?J J,Ilfh'inon', Va and WlnchotUr Washington, D, C. 8TANFOBD, EY. lla,"1', uJ lKKsge checkcl to any railroad. W. P. "WALTON, .' - Propriotor. destinationMOIWi:, by t W. II. B. F. II. WIIITTI.R3F.Y, Passenger Agent, Trar. Hits. Acent. Site of Btago.OxSO. Elbt comnletesetsof Been, ?MY'V?,onK Lexington, Ky. C. W. cry Beating cspaclty, Including gallery, COO H. w, KULLEIt, Iteaeonable rates to good altrnctTons, Addre" Jcneral Msnsjer . Agt Uea. i'-ly enlargsd by Incresslng Although (ounlry Oentleman Ins been great- " Carlisle m 1 20 p r in 1 A9p li m, 2 41pm m 3 00 pm Lex-Ingt- Bun-Un- OPERA HOUSE. j' UlU i"" "iris ""n aBz !- -- L