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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884121201 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. Semi VOLUME XIIL .HlllllWNll Ml " STANFORD, KY., FKIDAY, DEjJEWBER'l2, ill mattwt JmtfnaL 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 400 EXTRAORDINARY,, ANNOUNCEMENT ! GREAT SLAUGHTER OF FINE CLOAKS ! WELSH & WIS,E3M&A-JN"- 3 Dl3ST'VI31jIjE. Owing to the unfavorable weather for the sale of Cloaks and having an unusual large stock on hand, the undersigned have determined to offer on Monday next, County Court day, aiid the week following the Entire Stock at A CTS&S1 LM&FI13 I Ladies who have not yet bought their Winter wraps will ftnd this a rare opportunity to do so. WELSH & WXSEMAWF. WAR TO THE KNIFE! KNIFE TO THE HOLLOW! SEftW i aCSJ imi w s aw ' vr ' ow i I AJOEjCitf fiEfiBEBA i Mm 11115 - T3H O-IRIE- T OLOSI2STC3- - OUT S.A.Z J-I- -Ll J. W. Hayden's Store ST-ISTFOIID P ZKT2.. not a CLEARANCE W Let the people read it in reeling italics. This is a bona-fid- e Sale! Four Thousand Dollars sold in November; Ten Thousand MUST go in December. This is the week for the Slddij SIav&Ilte of IFa&ieeB 1 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 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 made up my mind to stand any sncriilco that is necessary to close out my stock at once FOIt CASH. J. W. HAYDEItf. ! Ml Sunday-schoo- 111 your pardon, nils," remarked l . superintendent-like-tlie-blR- - A Just Decision. The decision of the Boston court that reporters can not be comi girla-lookl- lie ssi uuwn sort 01 a man, beside-- n young Udf who wan wiping her eyes with her hankerchief, "beg your pardon, miss; but I see you are in trouble. I offer you my assistance. Nothing pains mo mora deeply than to pee a woman In Women wero midfl to be happy and It make me sad to ere you weep Lere n dit-tre- sa. . . . . . u i. -- . .1 Just Insist Turnois, ullaylng tbvlnteiiso Itching and affecting llu.tti.ko i oiigh and Lung Byrup, unless you permanent cure. Trice CO cents. Address the Dr. remedy and will tak no other, you ero upon this llosanlto Medicine Co., ri'iun, Ohio. SoldbyllcRob- deceived. Trlcn, CO cents and 'lulls to to Krcatly JUfli ewy "Doctor, I want to thank you for your great patent medicine." "It helped you didn't it?" asked the doctor, very mnch pleased. "It helped me wonderfully." "How many bottles did you find neccewary to take?" "Oh! I didn't take any of it. My uncle took one bottle, and I am his sole CtHK roil 1ML.K. you." aro frequently preceded ly n seme of w tlUx heir." Piles Joseph Gazette. He went.-t- S-. lallis tack, loins and lower part of tlio abdomen, The writer of a recent fashion item to tbe patient to supposoho lias some plfrctlun Biberia, with a population of over 4,. causing kidneys the eflect that "draperies have not enol the or lielghboilng organs. At times, 000,000, has only two dally, one symptoms of Indigestion nro present, as flatulency, tirely disappeared hut are yery much uneasiness of tho atomacli, etc, A moisture, like simpler," had probably been gazed at a ly and two monthly papers. perspiration, producing, tery disagreeable Itching, ballet troupe. afur getting warm, Is very common attendant. JUST AS GOOD. Blind, .Bleeding Mid Itching Pile ) Hd at once to the KHKE DISTIUMUTION. may toll jou they liaro Many unscrupulous dealers "What causes tho great rush t McRoberts merit and In application of Dr. Posniiko'a l'lloRouietly, vlilcli acts rnmillM for Coughs anil Colds euuul In directly upon the parts aftVcted, allotting tlio Stsgg's Drug Store?" Tho free distribution of sample as good as tlio old reliable Dr. respect with no one to comfort you. it always grieve me grievously to see a tear in a pret-i- j woman'e eye. I was drawn towaidi you by the magnetism of sympathy. Can I do something for you?" "Yes, you can," the young lady replied, withdrawing her handkerchief and showing one red cyo and one aaucyone, "perhaps if you will go In the next car and sit there for an hour the naaty mean cinder In my left eye will be attracted by your magnetism and follow pelled to betray the sources of their information on the perils and penalty of contempt of court, la a Judicial progression in consonance with the spirit pf enlightenment. Such matters should be as much a privileged communication as the talk between a lawyer and his client or a physi cian and his patient. The reporter is, one of the most reliable of Instruments that cm be invoked to bring crime to light and criminals to the bar of the court. Some of the best detective talent in this country is engaged on the publio press in a reporto rial capacity. And by the way, the press is a coadjutor of the courts in righting wrongs and in punishing crime?, and should be encouraged rather than discouraged by the courts in contempt enres. St. Paul Day. The largest cattle ranch In the country to Richard King, of Texas. It comprise upward of 800,000 acres, all under fence, and nearly 200,000 head of c horses and sheep. This' ranch has been eagerly sought by Eoglish, French and Dutch capitalists, but the successful competitor is the United States Lind and Investment Company, of New York, who have just concluded a purchase at $0,500 000 for the entire property. The company anticipate au annual Income of near ly $1,500,000 from this source, as the increase of cattle is abo'Jt 85 per cent. belongs it-ti- e, era of This being an A Njeat Suggestion. coo J feeling in the first degree, why would it not be a Graceful tribute to a van G-- 3FL- -- quished foe for Mr. Cleveland to invite Mrs. Lock wood to assist htm in opening the Inauguntion ball? New York Trib-unEasy to See Through. e. erHow can a watch no matter how costly-- bo ected to go when the mainspring Jwont operate? How can any one be well when hit stomach, liter or kidneys aro out of order? Of course you say, "He can not." Yet thousands or people drag adori& miserably In that condition; not sick abed, but not able to work with com lor t and energy. How foolish, when a bottle or two of Parker's Tonic would set them all right. Try It, and get back vour health and snirlts. LoulsTllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, Ind., dealers in Stelnway A Sons', Decker Uroe.', Is a candidate 'or re nresenlatlre of Lincoln counUalnes', J. A C. Fischer, Vow A Sons', Baldwin Co.'a Cottage, Upright and Square Piano .KortosJ ty in tbe next Legislature, subject to the actios, also the Ejtey, abonlngor and Hamilton Organs. of the democracy. Instruments suid at prices and terms to suit purchasers. Don't give your-order- a till you get our prices and terms. Post-offic- e, Danville, Ky. I. II. Baldwin G---F. SKraKSKMTS- Waters ofc fa Co., ift mbject to the aciloa ot tbe deinocracj. W. F. McCIsAKY si.1l.1ala f,ir rdnraaant iHva nf f.tist n ffr9t . JOHN II. S1ILL,R i Positive Cure for Piles. To the people of this county we would say that we hare been given the agency ol Dr. Marchlsl'a Italian I'lla Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or moaey refuuded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price S3 centa a box. No cure, no pay. Penny ,A McAllster, Druggists, . DRUGGIST. HUSTONVILLE, - - KIT., Will bo in tho markot with a bottor stock ot Peacock THE ! tion ia callod to a Saw MiUFor Sale! h.j. itiv Oder tor aale (prlralely) my Saw Mill, sltusted or is stationary; Boiler 40xi(; Engine lOiiO: Counter 8haft 2 leet. Edging Saw and drill Mill atn and tached. The property .is HaTlns determined to channe mr huslnetf. I urusu ireec, in vasey county, mi' Christmas Goods Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing to exchange lor good farm stock, such as MuUa; Horses, Cattle, Ac. Fersona wishing to engage In tbe lumber busiappljlmt to ness will find a good opening 2M-- tf In Good Ruiiutiig Order. Than ovor boforo. Espooial atten- It LOG AX. JUG Uustontllle, Ky. lr Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a a female remedy, to cure Female Diseases, such as tlrarlan troubles, Inflammation and Large Stock of Silverware & Jewelry. Will oompoto i X Ornml oiubinntitit THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL And the LoulsTllle gcWVyJlsIMitfi'Se titiXSiis:. Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing down feeling, IrretjaUrlttles, Barrenness;, Changs cf Life, Leucorrbcea, besides many weaknesses springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous debottles of Dr. llosnnko'a Cough and Lung Syrup, tho bility, Palpitation or the Heart, Ac. For sale by most popular remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption druggist. Prices tl and fl SO per bottle. Send nnd Bronchitis uow on tb market. Regular slie CO to Dr. Marchisl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. For uio by Fenny A HcAUater, DrugUU. uats uui jl.GO, in pricos with anybody. - Call and soo thom. i PtfKMsWiA Vl TO 't batsrV set i V I . fBOsusaul m saan Buinurs. . ;U hi, xVt tha Id J to Hit siln of thsi clan o( tcintdits. suit baa tirea stniojt unUsrul saiunu- - Weekly Courier-Journ- al One year for only 83 two pipers for little more than the price or one. Hfnu MURrilV BROS. By paying ui ft you wilt recelre for one year I'arU. Tea, tbe Ohliwon ths fi.or of your home paper with toe Courier-Journa- l, th public ssJ now rks represents tire newspaper .of the South, democrats Ciialul to. amour ,l" lexllof WcJl. hand for a tariff for reTenusonly, and the beet, ClnoInnatl.sSHpB Ci&clotthfloildom. brightest and abloit famllr weeklr In lbs Unltwt A. L. SMITH. unjf.tii. rs. States. Those who desire to 'examine a nam pie, sW.OUosr copy tf Uie.Courler-Jaurw- U can do so at ttlii iviiliJoV. . tmf- NOTES OF CURRENT Sew-aBttHBlnltriorlon- EVENTS. Congress will adjourn from the 21st Ky.,- -- Stanford, December 12, 1884 W. P. WALTON. auault .on, indicted charged with crimlcat Ml. Sterling, returned a on Judge Keid at punlihment Terdict of guilty, and fixed his lmprlon-sent- . one cent and coats and 3 jear' t will be received The Intelligence by every one acquainted n ith PT cowardly detail. It with the one the verdict could not have been that for a life, but eiucc that dem.ndinc a life there la conio-latio- n be fU hardly toone hoped for, It will deter rendered. in the a wcala from wieaking their vengernceonsaldoing his duty and have a a Judge for Already though, utary eflect generally. are working to save Cornelison'e Imryera be hoped that him from prison, but it is to penalty be made to suffer the full he will prescribed against him. .ati-factio- t :,. in the caie of J. J. Cornell- - aa whirping-po- st Jiande in advocacy of the minor offence. The a punishment for jiueation will probably enter into the leg.s reguJtive contest next year, and with the the prohibition lar political differences, will dog-la.question and the ever present lively tint to the summer campaign. fiire a of There is no doubt that a large number need whipping, but persona in this State that it that the Legislature will authorize the able by law is doubtful." With he done Mtiatance of the Timand the other enough backbone might be Riita give us a law .the Legislature to cause it to deevery thinking man must admit is thnt -news--saper- The Louisville Tuna remarks that Stanford Covington CewmonircoMitnd the have jjined hearts and Jxteiuor Jovbkal manded. . . democrats.ihould see that the postThe in office. maste r at Richmond is retained as the He ifl one of the best in the State the Herald of that place following from Post- Bhowsi "Mr. John Taylor haB been years and in master at this place nineteen all that time he has lost only ten days from lhe office and then on account of sickneis. He has neve.-- been from home since his ap pointmentexcejtafew times on Sunday. than Ho works a greater number of hours man in Richmond and fills the any other to hold most difficult position. He expects its expiration. He bis commission until certainly made a faithful and attentive -- has 1 That dirty renegade. Chalmers, propof-e- ad a bill in Congress Tuesday to restore republican form of government to the state of Mississippi. It is laid that ome derisive laughter greeted the reeding of the bill on the democratic fide of the house, but it should not have received even that much attention. The hero of Fort Pillow failed of election because the negroes was would not vote for him after his record he is mad with all explained to them and creation. It is God send that his career in Coegress has been cut short. man who introduced the bill to pension him that he would under no circumstances officer. Gzs. Gbast wrote to Mr. Mitchell, the accept the pension, even if the bill passed of both Houses and received the approval wants to be the President. The General put on the retired list of the army and Commerhis great admirer, the Louisville labors through a column to prove that cial, g it is hut his just deserts. It" is like pour-isbole, voting money to water in a rat Grant. He has drawn his full share for ny and all tervice he has ever rendered this country. Record Thh is the way the PhiladelphiaBarely a pokes fun at a contemporary. month has elapsed since the election of Cleveland and Hendricks, and already the weather iscolder.the leaves have fallen from snow the tree--, there haB been one flurry of are appreci bly shorter. We and the days hiccups do xu)t tvonder that Bighs as big aa York 2K6une heave the type of the Sew melancholy evias it contemplates these the results ot democratic dences of . seems to be a settled fact that SenaSecretary tor Bayard wijl be appointed contain his name of State. All the slates that it and the news comes reason. The Senator deserves iaxot without to the new the honor and would add much we dislike to see him adminiitration, but Sen-attaken from his leading position in the tn-nm- ph. until January -- . Six person were burned alive in a house near Pottsville, Pa. There are 700 suits for divorce on the dockets of the Chicago courts. An Indiana blasphemer waa struck dead with an oath hot upon his lips. Butler ha? sold his big house opposite the Capitol at Washington for $75,000. Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Morrison are to bringing up the tariff question this session. George Roe stabbed to death Hugh Miller in Barren county because he hurrahed for Cleveland. A bill has been introduced appropriating 5100,000 to complete the pedestal for the Bmholdi statute. Gen. Wade Hampton was re elected to the U S. Senate by the South Carolina Legislature this week. Jonas H. Powers, Wayne Powers and Geo. Gib'on are sentenced to hang February 0 at Lynchburg, Va. Wm. H. Vanderbilt has received a judgment against General 17. S. Grant for $155,000, money loaned. Two nesro women poisoned thirteen people near White Sulphur Spring. Four of the victims have died. Hotel keepers at Washington are now asking $50 a day for rooms during the inauguration of Cleveland. December 1G is the kit day for filing records to the next term of the Court of Appeals and Superior Court. The Arkansas train robbers under the leadership of Joe Cook have been arrested and most of the booty secured. Pierre Prefaux, a blind begger, died in Pittsburg, leaving oyer So, 000 on deposit in the Dollar Savings Bank of that city. Of the deaths reported in New York last week 127 were from consumption 77 from pneumonia and 43 from bronchitis. Charles Stevens, a desperado, has killed Hubert Kramer, at Maysville, Mo, was taked from jail by a mob and hanged. The J. I. Cate Plow Company, Racine, Wis , ha made an a?ignment. Liabilities probably $600,00('; awets $G50,000. The aggregate of the coal shipments fiom Pittsburgh this week is 9,000.000 bushels, of which 5,227,000 bushels are for Louisville. Wilkinson Bros., private bankers at Saratoga, hare assigned. The failure is thought to involve about $400,000. The assignment prefers $08,600. Prof. H. S. Prichaid, of the Washington University, who has just returned from New Orleans, says the Exposition will not ba in presentable shape for a month. The trial of Comer, the Lexington Convict Cimp Superintendent, for the murder of a prisoner, has been continued until the May 'ermof the Circuit Ciiirt. The republicans are pushing the scheme in Congress to establish a State out of the Southern portion of Dakota, the Northern part to be the Territory of Lincoln. J. B. Johnson, a convict who fired the Missouri. Penitentiary at Jefferson City, and caused a $200,000 conflagration, was convicted of arson and sentenced to an addi tional ten years. A negro stole a hog near Nashville, Teen., and while getting over a fence with it, it fell on his neck, breaking it. The negro and the hog were found on the fence when daylight came. Cheyenne is covered with snow. The storm was general to the north and west of that city and on the line of the Union Pacific the banks of snow were so heavy that trains only got through by the use of several additional engines. A mob shot and killed John Martin, who was charged with the murder of F. M. Tolliver in Rowan county, while he was in the custody of an officer. It is charged that the officer wa? in collusion with the op-pos- Hon. A. G. Talbott has relurne J from a two months' absence in Kansas and other portions of the great Weft. Mts Georgia Towaou and Mr. S. C. Booth of Lawrcnceburg, were married Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. W.F. Shears, this place. Dr.H. B. Mar-tiof the Presbyterian church was the officiating minister. Mrs. Shears is a sister of the bride. The Young Folks Concert" given at the Opera Houso Tuesday night was the best entertainment gotten up by amateurs tn nmvllln fnr tninr a dav. The character songs, pantomimes, Ac, were in amusing as could be, some of the periorrners ueporunj; th..nelvp with the ease of old stago peo ple. Messrs. Smoot, Vaughn, Craft and Wl son suneaBonc upon serious inemes, one verse of which ran as follows: Fharoah'aduijbter on tbebank, n, M'ROBERTS&STAGG PHARMACEUTISTS PROFITABLE Opora Houso Block, V58' . . Stanford, KyM Mm Matter, Wall rnpor, Wines. Mimical clpirn. PnliitH, Stationery, Potlil OIIh, Ni1n, ToIiiicvon, Cutlery, I.iinipN, Perfumery, Fire AriiiH, .llaelilii Is In Our Jewelry, Silverware ami jitlcnl (Sooth Department Tho. Ulcl.ur.U, iiho irlll Repair Hatches a.,,1 81J 1 vt Clinivn r rol - T . " Wo havo been giving this column Mr. Francis Wilson as a blonde young lady to Men's dress, the skirts ot wuich were in a vellow arranged with matchless grace was simply irresistable, while Mr. A. E. Hundley iook-e- d as coquettish as it is possible for any young lady to look. All the boys acted their parts handsomely and were ably by Mr. Speed Fry who was stage manager as well as a leading performer. Little Moses tn the pool, rharoah's daughter flih-- d htm out, Ami unl him off tl ICboOl. DR. BOURNE, OK THE NEWDRUG STORE Is a moro popular man than Dolva Lockwood ovor vnn. Bolva sot only ono voto in Linooln County; tho Dr. gotS tho support or all tho Good Looking Ladies; tho ugly ones Undo olsowhoro.) Iiiim brim spiirUIInc New OooiIk. ncIIh cheap ICIU.NOXSr-I- Io and kIvchu haiulHonie pair ot viihcn to (lie lady ulio Hrnl litem orl.i-- and repetilH at the New Drug .Store thin IInI: Tolll So, Tulltt Sfl, Coral, Tooth Hruihfi, revTgeo. o.Ijarnes. LETTER FROM ENGLAND 4 BUELL BOOTS & SHOES, ' fa- Medicine, of All KluJi, I'jlrnt Medicine, lllouj l'urlbtrt I.lDluitnti, Coutfb Milium, Kf r J'ow.If rp, MUittt for Kalllog lljl!f. r Id Ill.i., rlt-fu- r t,tIli.IHT3 THE i.ORO." Pak Teriuce, Hiojioate. London. Nov.20lh, 1S84 I think Kyc, .sr mob. DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Jt eeml-officiall- y e. . So. 3, Vol. 1, of tha Itltyraph wfiich we place upon Somerset d our exchange list with pleasure. It is and J. G. Hail and by T. B. Coppage ia in every way a credit to their good eenee in getting up a paper. AVe are in receipt of pub-lishe- Follett expresses a Representative to contest a seat in the Forty-ndetermination Congess from the First Ohio disinth r' i I Miss Mary G.Caldwell, of New York Plenary has bequeathed $300,000 to the OonBcil at Baltimore, for the endowment, She is fa National Catholic University. to the and is related worth Louisville Caldwells. T J. Miller and G. W. Maateraon, of distillery, are under the late Coon Hollow gaining access to a government Arrest or the Proper warehouse in the absence of spirits on which the officer and removitR has cretax had not bsen paid. The cate excitement as both men had the ated great confidence of their neighbors. Keuben K. Springer uieu iu uuuuum. He la widely kco from his Wednesday. gifts to the public in the orm munificent Exposition buildings of the Muslo Hall. to which he has and College of Miwlc, nine years amtributed within the, pas years old He wm about $350,000 8-- trict. Mrs. Harriett Manwarring wife of B, Manwarring, died Wednesday night of a complication of diseases of long standing. The funeral is to take place at 2 o'clock r. M. Friday. The ladies of the Christian church are to give a supper in the vacant store room (Thursunder the Opera House day) when all the delicacies of the season are to be served. Squire Wm. Berkele, whose distillery in this county is one of the few in the district that is running, is now turning out from 5 to G barrels daily of the very best goods. He has in his warehouses a big lot of (he same quality from one to five years old. y Messrs. Ja. Kinnaird and J. A. have purchased from T. II. Swopc the handsome and valuable property on Lexington Btreet running from the Shaker-towpike to Cemetery street. The price paid wai $10,000. Mr. Q. takes the lot next to the Cemetery Btreet at $2,700, Mr. Kinnaird keeping the balance. The same property was sold several years ago to Mr. Suropefor $12,000. Georgo G. Beddow was summoned to appear before the high and mighty police court of Danville Thursday morning to answer a charge of selling whisky by retail. George says that he went at the hour appointed but that the cise was not ready for trial on the part of the prosecution and at 11 J o'clock the case was still not ready. He Bays also that the name of the prosecuting witness Is not "at the foot or on" the warrant and that he can't find out who his accuser is, although he noticed Col. Hulett and Mr, Henry Price In the court room, the face of eac1! wearing a thoughtful ex pression, the former whittling u small stick and the latter reclining on a handsomely upholstered lounge arid he does not know but what thwe are the 'sweet violets" .upon whqea solemn (?) oaths hls canvlction is nought' to V cnoompaFgfd. Quia-inbenn Wood Green Uninterruptmarked that expected. It not of of the groaning reluctant sort, but joyous and freehearted. What else could follow but the blessing of the LORD. George's cheerful-investmeyielded its 100 fold" before the tent pegs were drawn, and the sicred spot was relegated to the unwashed youth of the neighborhood for an accustomed playground. We were there 5 weeks and during the whole time, with trilling exception-lionthe weather wai charming. . Then we went to Homerton for 3 week. This is a populous precinct in the heart of Smoky Eist London. We went thither by invitation from Bro. J. J. Jone,who has there a mission hall accommodating S00 and established on independent lines, unhampered and unhindered br sectarian checks to a larger degree than can be usually found in enterprises f the kind. Here, under Bro. Jones, generous Indul-cencwe bad "full swing" to preach any "heresy" that would save .inner and make saints bapiir and useful. The Holy Ghost, thus left free to work, cam rpon that Homerton gathering in Pentecostal power. As at Wood Green, uninterrupted, blessing and crowded audiences testified to the heavenly character of the menage and the earthly interest in it. It was good to be there. We shall never forget Bro. Jones kindness to us, nor the generous way in which he refused to interfere in any way with the conduct of the meeting, even when he heard and saw "strange things." In every way possible he seconded our eflorts to reach souls with the "good news." I niipht to mention richt here that we were introduced to Bro. Jones' notice by the dear Beddows of Stamford Hill, who have been our most indefatigable and useful frimds. since ther were blest in soul, boor and family during the tent meeting at Cbapton. Annintinu for bodilr healing went on at both Wood Green and Homerton, gingerly at first and then with a rush, after well authenticated cases or healing bfgan to he t'alaedof. I suppose this will always be tha case. The few believe on Jesus' ten- timony. The many on that, plus the tes- timnnv of men as to the thing working sue- crssfullv. And so eternal history is made every day, though men little thtnk it; and fitness or unfitness for the highest places in the gift of our God is proven by these little decisions of our daily life. Peters are rare. Thomases are plentiful and many are called but few choeen," among the all that are saved "by grace, through faith;" though that faith may be of a very low order. For faith that believes only what it sees, is yet treated as faith by the dear Master, who "knows them that are His" even when we repudiate them, because we do not recognize the grovelling thing they am glad He is so manifest as faith at all. and tenderer than the bet of much better m. Well, for us all, that He is. Oar next mission was on the South side of the Thames, in Surrey. London streach-esointo several counties, when its suburban millions are included. We had a call for a brief engagement at Collier' Renin, one of the awful localities of the great metropolis; corresponding to our New York Five Points. We only held meetings there for G days. A thousand pities it hod not been 0 weeks, for just as the people began to get really interested, the services came to a closa. The mission was too poor to pay for moro and too proud to accept service though we offered it as plainly ai we could without pressing mat-leSi we reluctantly beyond courtesy. departed from a most blessed work, but . just begun. Our next move was to Morley Hall, in heart Eist London, in the very almost of our wiihin Bro Guinness' diocese and hail of Harley House, the headquarters of his interesting mission. It was not our seeking, but of the LORD'S leading and o so we were ndt troubled about it. bravado in "bearding the lion in his den," but simply following on after a clear call Our good brother had enid, "If this heresy gets rooted in East London it will be fiftr years before it can be extirpated and I could have told him to add another cipher to his figures, knowing as I do that what he call "heresy" is the dear LORD S own precious truth. At any rale we were glad to get back from the ground from which we i i ..,,llo.l m iinrprpmnnioilAlV in i June last and wh came back to do our best in th" "rnntini;" line. we were in the the date of my last. tent at ed blessing from first to last meeting; as might have been was the child of self-deni- al, nt s, e, gra-tuitors Dear Jnterior: Anil aa they aro now ao well ami Kt!!fll, vorably introduced, further advertis- Kolbrr Dmtfti, $rWi ing on them for the present is unnec- Violin String, essary. Our idea baa been to educate Oilk Crjo. 1'ilnU. the massea to a lino of goods second Tol'cf iu quality and stylo to nouo in America. In doing this wo havo selected the best in the market and discarded tho low priced. The result is that we can rarely sell a chfap article, while tho success on tho good, honest goods is testified by hundreds ot men, women and children now wearing Mfiuntindutu Uouki, H.lrOIU. Clellif Ilmthii, I'acktt UU, llnlr IInwr, Vttr I'uiTi, CliM toHhlQtlcaii) Hair UruiLr, I'.lNt llruihri, Ink,, HollJar llooti. l'toclli, Hi tart, Cblwntjt, PMttt KMtTri, Whlipi, OUm, Shirt, lMtrMmrU tot the tfllleteJ, MlirJ l'ilnu, tar tke griBdttMthtri, VirnlitiM, Hlr.lNicJ, UuklDKcUtk. In ih3rt, aurlhinff jcu wct,Tn II it l iom) Wi Hi HIGGINS ! M'ALIK IN BTJEIjI. BOOTS AND SHOES Wo aro working for un exclusive shoo trade in this place fnd havo selected a lino of goods that will merit it. Tho particular object of this advertisement is to direct the attention of tho Hardware, Iron, NhIIh, UtiRKy lVhecN, NIovcn, GriKcH, NpokeN, IIore Nhoe, NaddlcM, Orocerlen, tieeiiHwarc, UtiKKy M'lilpn, Him, Nloneunrc, Cane .MIIIh, Cider MIIIh, SlameMM, I.Hp Covers, Corn MiellerH, CoIlHru, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and Cast Pnmpi, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roof Nalmmen ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. Jolt jlriu,tt, Jr. LADIES Especially to our Peniif & W mmim PHARMACISTS, -- DKtlKI! - urugs, books, biauonery ana PttjitfUtt' jriMt ti. f Ladies Misses' 6c Children's nsi: vrri - if SJtw 3?JW -- 2. ,Tw"""j!' t'txUlj i.wi i.n Icl ,".. ". fsyj SN'rc. -- . 0 1 . - JEWELERS. Tha Largest Stock of Watches, Olccks, Jewelry and Silverware DRESS KIDS! And substantial Krr th txiwut Woiiitht to llnJ WaUbri, Clockaao I Jrwi.tr on iboiluutlca ai.il Warratital. thu luirkft Prlrn Lower than Ilr- - ssjkVaarrda i School Shoes Wo do honestly believo UNDERTAKER, AND that J, 0. Bennett A Full and complete aHNorlineni or Furniture, embracing ev & Barnard in erythluc from (he Cheaper! (o (he FIiich( Parlor NuKcm. Na need (o k ( lo lurRc ci(le to make your purcliHHeft, no matter Ladies' Shoes, what quantity orqimllly you want, as I can and irlll duplicate any prices you can obtain clMcwhere, freight bcliiR added. AIm a full riRHor(men( of CoIIIiin, Ciioh, NhroudH and ItobeH, embracANDing all the Xcir SfylcH, both cheap and cxpeiiHlve. H'aro roerua opposite H(. AHiipli Hotel, Nliuil'ord. Ky. Williams & Hoyt in Chiltavi nD'e ppER dren's Goods Dnr oil Taylor Manufacturing Co. -- Xealex- - in IJ'iiMiitiire ! ut Can nut better material and more stylo for the price asked than any lino of goods before tho people; and so lar as tho wearing ia concerned, you buy thorn at our risk every pair guaranteed. In our medium grado stock for school and homo wear wo buy nothing but solid, reliable goods, and KNOW they can not bo excelled by any Shoce While wo aro calling on tho market. special attention to theso popular grades, wo do not want you to lose sight of our low priced goods, in which Wo bought them wo aro overstocked. reach all classes of trade, hopiug to but in comparison with our solid goods, with such small diflerenco in price, wo havo failed to sell ttiem. Wo do not want to keep them any long er, and if you insist on buying cheap goods wo will sell them to you at Yours, wholesale prices. ilia SffK klJi rii(.Mf rTTftsiktaHkaMujb Xjfx.-r.M.tt - llSTOtfEC S3r CHAMDERSBURQ, PA. Fivo Awards at the Lonisvillo Esposi tion in 1883. Kncinei from2 to JW hono jwiwrr. Siw Mttli froir to tin- Urett itamUnl iIim, 1'ort.iblo Cora Mllli from tho Nntth Carolina MlllHton Co., tb licit MUU Id lbs worlJ fur rnaVlcg mtal for tabte me. Write fur prices. Addrcsi Mi-Z- Z- ldT T ' t.M GEO. P. HAMTON, I. WEAKEN, (ir.KEIlALAGT., ST.iNPoao, K In Buggies. Carriages, Phaeton, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons B.C3 3HSiO. eticrr CAllO Traveltn Agnt. - .HsTr3 1 and Buck Boards. A large consignment received from the Spikes Wagon Company; also several Columbus Buggy Company's Vehicles, FIICKT-ULASN GEO. H. BRUCE Which I aim aulhorized to Hell at very Low Prices lo reduce Htficli. Those- VehicU'H arc all and r second (o none made. n, WEARESI, COMMISSION. MERCHANT. ICcutinueJ next lMue. T" i i f 4- - 4 f I OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. set bed, wash-stan- d and bureau solid walnut, cheap. Lancaster, MosiwN. Lanofoiid, hm been commis. Call at this office. sioned 1. M. nt Ijungford, Ileckcattle counJ'iding Irom tne amount of toys and Dccembor 12, 1884 ty. Stanford, Ky J. W. IIayuen la doting cut to quit fireworn displayed hi the show windows I wil.K open in n few days n full line of business and when he rays he is telling be of our bunii4 home, we are to have Christinas trix and fancy candies. T. K low cost he means it. Do not delay to Coristmas on a latiin scale. LAN. LOCAL TIME C470. The stock of dnu which belonged to viYit him and secure bargains. Walton. 13 45 r. M. Mall train going North Wm. 'Burnside is adverli'ed tu bd sold by 1 Bfl p. W. Kouth. ........... Look at this special drive for this month'. We regret to notice in the Lancaster the receiver, - .... I H a.m. on Dec. Kirmiltiln" Houth . ' " Norn HU,v, Eighteen pounds best new crop X, 0. sugar ..Wirs, that our old friend and faithful com- 20lh. This G.T. Higeinbotham for some is a good rhahce The shore Is calculated on standard time. Holar for only $1. Jlrij;ht A Currnn. positor, Capt. K. J. White, has suffered the drugcistlime t AtoutSO minutes faster loss of a part of his little finger. It is a Mr. 8am Peacock is an applicant for WIM.IAM FosiEit has secured auctionshould suffer in- the postoffice at this plate and has a nuLOCAL NOTICES. eer's license and is now prepared to make pity that the old veteran convenience after his long and faithful life merously signed petition askinz the Presi Iluv your cli on I books from Tate & county sales or on the streets. as a type eetter. enny. dent to appoint him. We know ol no one looking wild cat wm A kkiiocious Watched anil Jewelrjr repaired on short Ah is our custom we will issue two who is better fitted for the office .than Mr. by Tato A I'tnnv. ( cauithtin the knobs a few nightc ago by notice and warranted next week to accorumo-dateou- r Peacock and hope he will succeed. A coMt'MTTK xlock of jewelry, latest William Skidmore while he was coon hunt- double number Messrs. Walton A Sweeney have aiverlisers and tn make our readstyle. Kockford watches n specialty. Tate ing. A Penny. ers a Christmas present. The issues will bought up to this time about 50,000 pounds Don't fail to go and see 8. S. Myrra' be unusually interesting and advertisers of tobacco at prices ranging from three t" PERSONAL large stock and display of Christmas goods, will find that it will pay them handsomely six dollars per hundred pounds. Tliry Mu II. C. IIitioitT went to Louisville the best place in town to supply your to be represented in each number, the entire crop in the country will yesterday. wants. reach the enormous amount of a million . m OEATHS, Ma. Mack IIuvtman is out aaln pounds. This will bring a large sum of Win. Cook, n oolorrd man who works nflcr n revere spell of illness, Of old age, Wednesday morning, at money to the country and mooey is what on the railroad, had his foot and .ankle Mtfut Moi.MK Cozatt, of 1'irkaville crushed by a rail being thrown from n car the residence of her son, Mr. W. C Bir-net- we want. is theguestof M!m Kllen itillou. Positively the largest stock of DiaMrs. Frances Harnett. She bad turnon it. Mk.J.1 Koiii.y?on left for Columed herforeccore years, 05 of which she had monds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and FlRK Insujiam'E. In my abscence Mr. bus, Oa , yesterday io spend the winter. spent in the service of the Lord, having Musical Instruments (f any house in KenMiss Jkan JIuciianan, of Crab Or- N. T. Hughes will attend to anything per- united herself with the K'ptist church at tucky. I have the largest stock and csn Farm-Implemen- ts chard, started to New York yesterday to taining to my Insurance business. Cill on the early age of 15. Her husband was make you lower prices than any other him at Geo. D. Wearen'a place of business. visit Mix Oitenheimer and to join ber "licalled hence a number of years ago, but house. For every jl world of goods you i ter, Miw Annie, who has been there iem- - T. T. Da v tn she had the consolation of four children, buy from now till Jan. 1st, you get chance al mouth. lu remitting his subscription for another W. C. and II. O. Harnett, Mrs. Catherine free in a $200 Mindolinn Musical Box with Mil. It. C. Waiikex, Commonwealth's year Dr, J. W.Jackson, of Sherman, Tex., Kirkpntrick and Mrs. Margaret Gooch, 1G inch cylinder. Itemember the place Attorney, is back from the Russell Circuit takes occasion to crow some oyer the 131,-86- 6 who still survive her. The funeral sermon J. C.Thompson1 Jewelry House, opposite Court, where he succeeded in securinit 00 majority that the Lone Star Slate gave was preiched jesterda at Halls Gap " Lancaster, Ky. indictment! for various oflensrs, double the Cleveland and Hendricks. It makes him Church by Rev. J. M. Bruce and the reThe Laccister Cornet Band has reor usual number. him feel so good that he thinks of getting mains interred in the Adams graveyard. ganized, purchased new instrments and unMu. T. L. Crow and family will re- married in the sprinir. der the leadership of Mr. J. P. Sandifer RELIGIOUS. move in a few day to his farm near Xicho-lasvillhave commenced practicing. Considering We are pleased to bo able to present our For thst reason he offers at pub- readers with the long looked D. L. Moody, the celebrated evangelist the number of good musicians that com for letter from lic auction a lot of fine Mock which he Mr Ihrnss, We have had hundreds of will be in Cincinnati en the lG:b, 17th pose the band they ought to be able in a short doe not with tocrry with him. time to furnish as good music as any band Itipilries about him recently and were just and 16th. on the eve of writing and asking him what Francis Murphy, the great temperance in the State outside the cities. The memLOCAL MATTERS. was the matter, when "Praise the Lord," lecturer, is again laboring in Pittsburg. At bers are J. P. Sandifer, K. K. Wen, Louis "LiTTLKllAKriOOT," December 20ib. he lemovei all doubts about his wherea- his first meeting he secured over 2 500 Landram, W. S. Miller, Beddo Morrow Walker Lsndram, John Duncan, Sim It. FiiEfrii Fish always oa hand. J. T. Har- bouts nod movements by falling Into his signers to the pledge. ris. old habit. Key. W. S. Grinstead-- , of Lancaster, Finnell and James C. Hemphill. closed a protracted meting at Gras'y Lick (.io to Warren A MeicalfV for Christmas A True IJi,n: Democrat. PAINT LICk, GARRARD COUNTY. After readgoods. ing the account of Mr. Greenberry Brighl'n church Friday which resulted in 37 addiHog cholera is mill raici: in this vitions. Mr. Grinstead is a Methodist minFancv rtniiie, caudy fruits and toys in democratic record, loole Logan Dawson cinity. was lead to give us his for publication. ister converted under the preaching of troAt'fthniidanceat 8. S Myers. The little folk are anxiomly wait I3.rne and is quite popular in the minisHeftiiyf. "I was born Sept. LJ, 1806, thereRain fell all day yesterday,? Lock out fore I am try. He wss raised in Clark near Pinchem. iDg for the arrival of old Santa on the past 7H years old. I was eligible for a cold soap by 25th. Clark Co. Democrat. to vote on Sept 2d, 1S27. I think I ca- -t The trial of Henderson Green and Jerbind and orchea my first vole for General Jackson, the old See and hear the LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ry Mitchell for rape and house breaking hero of New Orleans, in lb28. Here I'ncle tra with "Little Harefoot," Dec 'JOln. For Rale Ten good work mules by was set for Wednesday, but on account of Green had got in one Presidential vote Green absent witneeee. was postponed. l'liiM.irtf ajld a half acre of Knead of Ji'ikie J.M mo on account of his advantage deorgeSambrook, Livingston, Ky. the John Cock land at Kiel mond Junction of age, but I Wanted to buy 500 bashels of corn. was required to give bond for $800 and have kept time with him up Mitchell for $150 for their appearance. to T. J. Shelton for $J00 to Cleveland's election. I did not actually George Simbrook, Operator Livingston Our town came near being a scene of ) Foil UrNT. After January 1, the very vote for Cleveland for the reason I was Coal Co., Livingston, Ky. blood shed Tuesday night. Two of our ci1,2G0-IA lot of steers brought f 02 00 dwiralilr store room under the I.vteimou very sick and could not get to the polls. I tizens had a difficulty over a settlement Jot'HNAi. office. Address W. P. Walton." suppose I will be allowed to count that and 00 of 1 120 lb. weight brought $1 45 and came near shooting it out. Had it 1 If votes cast by me per cwt. at a sale in Scott. Tur. Kink will not be opened after to voir; so, it will make It. II Womack bought in Bowling not been for friends, there would have been for democratic Presidents, one less than by renight for two weeks, owing to the fsct that head of mules blood spilt. As both parties are highly Uncle Green Iiright. I can give you some- Green of Jenkins A Wilcon spectable gentlemen we will not call any the Little 11 ire font Tnupc will have the . thing further in democratic genealogy,, My 1 to I hands high, for time. ha'l next week for rehearsal. C. W. Foushee sold his farm of 100 names this father was a democrat and raised 6 demoHr?8TOSviLLE. On the night ot 1'niOK was finul DO for cutting From List 01. Reference Firnt National Bank. cratic sons. I, the eldest, have raied to acres in Fayette county, on the Newtown Martha Matt he a and not having the voting age 7 democratic pike, to Maj. John S. Clark, at $150 per Friday last a horse was stolen near Willic-bur- g sons and, strange in Washington county. On Saturday wherewith to pay and no one to help him to say, the " who are married all married acre. Lexington work it nut on the rock court day as a market is morning the thief presented himself at a replevy, he will in democratic families. The other two hardly worth reporting. A few cattle sold Mr. Ferrell's, west of Hnstonville where I'"'- be exchanged saddles and came on to this sons, one is dead and the other is not mar-liv the dropping out of a figure Kdmis-to- ried. And remarkable again, my four there Monday at A cents and some milk place. Here he attempted, without Buccee, TIIEto sell the animal and left in the direction A Owsley were made to say in our last daughters all msrrled democratic husbands cow at $2") to $60. A Southern exchange says that the of Stanford. On the road he encountered cashmere at and both sons and daughters isuc that they sold are raising market for Kentucky mules is exceedingly Pendleton Jenkins and sold him the horse then they have up more democratic ' cents per v'd. Since voters. Ke'ides I fir $45 Oa Monday a couj.le of men had on'frs from nil over the country. Of have 2 grandsons who arc of age and vote dull. Mules are cheaper now than they in pursuit, having recognized the sadhave been for many years. dle hanging up at Ferrell's. They Identi cjurve W cents was meant. the democratic ticket." Itobert Prewett, of Fayette, sold three fled and took the horse, giving the name of Ot'u stock of Christmas goods this year hogsheads of new hurley tobacco at Louis- of the thief ns Wood. "Uncle Pent" is Fleeino From the Wrath to Come. will consist of novslties in China and Glassthus far $15 behind. There is nothing our boys so delight in as ville as as follows: $13 25 for red leaf, $9 ware, LimjM, Aa., Nuts, Uaisins, Orsnges, to One Bottle Instead of a Dozen. "run" a greenhorn, especially if he be for lugs, and ;7 10 for trash. Lemons, Grapes, Rintna, and the finest George It, Carpenter has told the soft on the girl and is not especially com"An J It took only one bottle to do It," sU and largcit assortment of Candies ever plimentary in hia remarks about the town. gray mare that kicked him in the mouth gentleman, iptatlng ol Tirker's Illr tlsltam. I brought to this market. Warren A Met-calThey have been playing the same old to a party'going South for $120. Mr. C. bad a run ol Jeter and when I got well of that my hslr began to till cut 10 fottns to 'rm me. I trick for years, but every now and then a is now able to walk around. reilly didn't know whst to do uattl one day s Welsh, Wiseman A Co., the large Dan- - fresh sucker biles at the alluring bait. A S. M. bought for McGoodwin friend said. 4Try Psrker's Hair BsImiu.' Wbat villi merchants, announce on our first page few weeks since there came to this place A Adams, Spencer, i the bet that one tot tie was Iowa, 50 head high nirprlfeJ me up a doien." Clean, enough. lexpeiteJ to u that they will begin the slaughter of price from Louisville a young man of the Jewish grade and thoroughbred cows and highly pertumt), not oily, not a dje. Kttorci on cloaks, next Monday, and when they pursuaslon, who, while not particularly at an average of $15. They were A original color. say that it means that thev will be sold struck on the town wss disposed to go No. 1 lower than ever heard of in these diggings. daft en its pretty girls. The boys saw .E AUVKUTISKMEMS. Bedford A Kennedy, of Bourbon, sold that Money is very scarce, but a little will go a there was fun for them in the youth and five cattle to N. Lehman which averaged long ways if you trade with them. they accordingly laid their plans, Another 2,'MJ, the heaviest tipping the beam at Mu J . C. Kidemkr, of Gallatin, Tenn. young Irnelite was pressed into service '5r.5 lbs. Twenty hetd averaging 1,930 A meeting ot the itockbolderaof the lint NaKentuckian. writes ttiat Capt. Spradlin and his corps of snd he by representing that some young lbs brought fi. tional Hank will bo held nt their hanking houto In L, T. Flynn sold 47 feeding cattle to fctanfonl on the leeiml Tuesday In January. 1SSI, have 0c.1t ed the Chesapeake and ladies had requeiled him to bring Mr. engineers for the purpose ol electing tlivtn Directors to Nashville railroad to that point and pros Sucker down to see them, so worked up Clay A Grctn, of Montgomery, at tcrre the cniulng on the egotism of that young man that he Thornton and Thsdeus Hampton sold 40 ilO.td JuHN J McltOBKBTS, Cashier. pect for the beginning of construction -BEMABKABLY fir-- t of the year are very favorable could hsrdly await the appointed hour fjr head of 1,100 pound feeding cattle to Joe the Ho regfs that our prople take such ll'tir inn introduction. Tuesday night firully Brown at five cents per lb. Winchester ppaiutly 111 the road and be came and at an unusually early calling Democrat. interest t the Farueri A meeting of tho MixlhoMirn lieves with us thnt we should use every hour the two sallied forth. Arriving at There is some demand for cattle in Cin- National Bank wlll'.e held si their hanking haute fcind TunUy In January. exertion to gel it located through our coun- - the house of the alleged young ladies, a cinnati, but low grades are slow and weak. In Manferd on tn of electing ulne Dlreetora to 15W, for the puriK'se Tgruff voice ordered them off the premises Prices run from 1 to 2J for common to 4X lerve the ensuing year . iKMd J. B. OW'SLKV, Cashier. Customers, No Paying Short-tim- o pistols to CJ for shippers; stockers and feeders 3j to Creamery. W. H. 15. Taylor, represent- and simultaneously twenty-fiv- e goods sold on long timo. Hogs are in fair demand ranging and belched forth their contents. The betrayer to ing J. M. Ureal A C., contractor AT builders ol creameries, is here thin week with a blood curdling shriek "I am shot," from S.'l 40 to $3 S5 for common to $4 50 T. B. WALTON, "2 to for the purpose of raising a stock company fell to the ground, while the betrayed im- for best. Sheep are slow and weak at to build and run , creamery at this place pended upon his legs to take him from 1 In Louisville cattle ari quoted all the OrrotiTK danger. Frightened out of his wits and way from 1J to 5J; hogs 3j to 4J and sheep J is meeting with fine success The DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Ilciiutli'ul Tin .Sets unci Coal Viisch loner titan ever. The Indies of the establishment i to be 1,600 begging at the top of his voice as shot nfter ljto.11. (should kcc litem. seemed to follow him, he finally fell Meals are nrved at all hcu 1. Game always on lbj., per day, though he demonstrate very shot MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. T. IS. WAIsTOX. hand and In Its season, oysters fresh fish, ana slm-liplausibly that it cin be run on a 600 lb., and the prayer for mercy that he put up delicacies eerfed in all styles and on abort notloe. Look out for the sign ''Woodbine Restau-rant'- 1 Managed by Jno. B, Fish. rate and make from 'ii to 60 per cent clear would have melted the heart even of a and call when you are hungry. .6 eo., Wo are to have a Christmas tree "and money for the stockholders jcarly, A stone god. Fearing that ho had been real-l- y jr. it. M.iso.xuni.iiEnDanville, Ky. Cannod Goods in groat variety and lower ovon than last year. shot, the boys hesitntated about going don't you forget it." splendeJ location for the building is found T. B. WALTON. Euchre is the popular game among the at the llull'alo Spring on Mrs. Kochester's to him, but finally a couplo advanced. farm and it can be had for a reasonable The poor fellow thought his time had come young folks up here. amount. The capital stock is $1,600 and and pulling out his monoy nnd his bank All our merchants are opening up their As AccntofJohn Craig's estate, I will offer at . for this nmount the company is to erect the book begged that his life be epared. In Christmas goods. They ought to advertise. public auctlin hi not soiu privately belore) on NowlCitron, Currants, Prunes, Haiains, Figs, Dates, Macaroni, Horn-Tiny, &c. buildings anil furnish the necessary appa- the namo of hia "poor mudder, his poor Dr. J. J. Brown is having his dwelling MONDAY, JAXHAKY 5, 1SS5, II. WALTON. ratus to run it. There are plenty of cows sister and his brudder" he besought them house weather boarded and will hare an County Court day, In Iront of the of Land containing Stanford, the Tract in this vicinity to furnish cream for the not to take his young life. "I am but 15 additional room built at one end of the door lu ."I. atom Acvvh, lying opposite the residence 1,500 lbs. per day and it is given as a cer- yeais of ago (he la fully 25) and my poor house. ol Mrs. John II. buanks, on the Crali Orchard nil, or, I letwppn Iho lands of I'eTton Embrv and tain fact that the farmers can sell their old mudder told me not to come to StanWe had the pleasure of participating II, 3. Darst. Fcr further Information address me Finest Line of Candles, plain ami fancy, In Stanford. .My Christians Stock M greater profit than they can ford." Incoherently ho continued to mut- in n candy pulling, given by Miss Ella at Lebanon, Ky. JOi JAN. T. VIC.ll M. cream at be immense. T. It. WALTON. their butter, after the trouble and expense ter bis prayer for mercy, but not until he Joplin attho Joplin House, Tuesday night, I of making it. The creamery butter sells had been assisted to his store did the real and had an excellent time. in any of the markets at about double the state of affiire. dawn on his muddled mind. Miss Mattie Williams is visiting in price of that made in the usual way, the Then he wanted to fight hie brother Israel- Louisville. STOCK, Sam M. Iiurdett is at this stock- present quotations in Cincinnati being 30 ite for betraying hfm and threatened long place. J. D. Chandler and Wm. Floyd I will oiler for sale to tbi highest bidder, wllbout Tho "WALTON. T. to 31 cente for creamery and 8 jo 'JO cents ond loud to "cut his neck." The poor fel- were here during the Week. J. L. White- restrro or limit, at my home SJ , iuIIm west ol Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, on for the other. An established creamery at low paid dearly for his les30n, but it will anil !a tn 'Vt ..I alill.rf ttiffl ITAtfl' ' ., DEC. SO. 1R8.I T V I.,.. SATTJItDAY.Corn In crib, SOOor 103 Lebanon is psylng 30 per cent, and we be worth the cost to him. He takes the now. of splendid ColTeos woro novor Sugars matter so uncomplainingly that the boys stock of hats, cap;, and all kiudu ot woolen hlMbirrelsfodder. 1 straw stack,the titaik of Millet, good report" from the ones at Georgehear l ,10ckiof jred BullCalf.l yearling Steer, 2 thorough T. R. WALTON. town and other points. We are convinced haven't the heart to laugh at him and we Wfticn T am aplllnif oui at cosi. I ,),, ,reif,,r,, splendid, thorougnbred Heller, 2 e Cows, 1 Mule Colt, J thoroughbre.1 that the entcrpriai will pay here and we feel so much compassion that, wo hnyo PlcJSe oall and look Rt my gOfldj, ,before Borksblro Botrs, J bead btcok Hogs, con.litin hope our monied nun csn be induced to withheld his name, hiomi'o ho told us if it nurchaaio? elsewhere. 1 expect to caanue ac. Also f it,,i ) day' time on some Household good, bankab's ete it in that light sufficiently to furniali got back to Louisville that ho wai Iho hero ray uuiinetson meurj; of Jinnirv isoj. OioJs. Terms,Wan at 2o'sloek p. u. t sf of the story he was rninod for life. 2t itilhtd the ncoawiry onpilal. t. h. vita W R L Thompson. Bed-roa- Hecohe referred nealu for "L. U." Dec. 20. Fon Ham:. A SPLENDID CHANCE - Having determined to go West to engage in business, we will commence REDUCING OUR STOCK t, From this date at greatly reduced prices. We will sell all at cost, consisting of post-offic- e, e. Wagons of all kinds, Buggies, Carriages, &c, All kinds of Plows, Sulky and Turning Plows, And we will be glad to entertain a proposition from any one wanting the entire stock, and can prove it to be the best paying stock in Stanford. Stock consists of Hardware, Groceries, Farming' Implements, Wagons and Carriages. b. 1 J BRIGHT 1 $1,-175- & CURRAN. all-wo- tr-riv- CHEAP EMCEE. f. Os-ec- s T. B. WALTON. M&M 01; . anl Homs)t Sis. JS.lt, Stockholders' Meetillff. STANFORD, 1 jr ! Stockholders' Meeting. m LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And Prompt - I. Miisonlieimer's Restaurant COUttT-UOl'SK ty -- SALS OF LA1D. Court-House PUBL.XC SAME CROP. &C 1 1 ... ,. best Straight and Patont Flours always in R. and lower than higb-Rrad- m,-,,- .. ..w PLEASE, CAJLtlj'.. S LL a.1 DARK DAYS oiwl JFVtfrtU I T rubi tutted Tnc(fni V TTTTflTT rirtV ITT A IT ea.oo PER wait A.PfNU31 If e Author of "Called Bach:" When paid atrlctly In adTance. aar hare to time, 83.00 will be charged. Stanford, Ky., December 12, 18S4 A Word to Young Democrats. There are many thousands of young tleuiocrata who now fondly hope to get Into office. There Is a fascination about ofliolal position, however humble, that readily tempt even sensible young men, and oftin old men aa well, lo desert the content of industry and fugality to enter the feverish', and' unsatisfying field of political mendicants. There is but oneeensl-bl- e answer to give to all such, and that Js tho advice of Punch to young folks about to get married don't. If any young Democrat imagines that the possession of cilice is a heaven of blis let him take a week and spend a few dol-lirIookfn over the now trembling ( ffiVal departments who have gone before. Let him go to Washington and look ovfr the thou Bind of government subordinates there. I.tt him gazt into their shadowed face?; at tho pentad navertr thst awr:a itself in their apparel, and at the bowed and silvered who look to removal as starvation. Let the victims of this once pleasing ambition to be Cinsultcd, and tic sensible young Dctno-cra- t will return to his home and the con tent of honett industry, cured of oflice beg pal The moro I thought of tho matter the more wretched I grow Tho dread that sho had boen in soma way deceived almost drovj mo mad. Tho thought of my proud, beautiful queen sonio day lindlng horsolf humbled to tho dust by a scoundrel's doceit was an guish. What could Idol My first impulso was to demnnd an explanation, then nnd there, from Sir Mervyn Korraud. Yet I had no right or authority so to do, What was I to Phllippa save an unsuccessful suitor? Moreover, I foU that slis lind revealed her sccrot to mo lu confidence. If there wero good reasons for tho concealment, I might do hor Irretrievable harm by letting this man know that I was n war of his truo position in society. No, I could not call him to account. Hut I must do something, or In time to coma my grief may be rendered doubly deep by Tory bolng, fill your every thought, direct A PRI7F,'n'Bf'en,'t'rpoitsreand rewlra .'" cosily hox of 3jdi, rip lit your every action, mako life to you a bless- will belpall, orellhtrnfx, In more taoivy which ing or n curse If lovo como'i to you In this away than anrttiloir olw lu tlili w..r!,l liirluiin await the workera olisolutelr auro. At onco rJ. gulso, you will bojiblo to understand me. droviTafuACo., Auituils, Maine ! morK.ssio.ut. ATTOUNI3Y AT LAW, DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In tho Courts of Eojls and adjoining eountlo nnd In tbe Court of Appvali. B. ALEX. ANDEltBON, $200 Reward A ! fijojfisyiLiig iillMiiajasla lUward of Two HunprMl Dollars will l pild liytlisfrlfn.il of the Lite J N iVrjullct for tho capture of his inurilrrcr, Henry lloberli. ltolirrti li about 21 years of s dark complexion, baitl eyrs, iiujolli Cues aud very bad countriinnre, rather henry ball), welching probably l.M) foiinJi Tiiiiif fli & ASjjyiLtE rJr'T? THE GREAT Through Trunk Lino Xy Ifira IY- I he next day I called upon Phllippa. Sho would at least toll me If tho name under which ths man married hor was the true or tho falsa one. Alast I found that she had loft her homo the day'boforo left it to return no more! Tho landlady had no idea whither she had goes, but bolls vol it wns her intent! n to leaw England 8TANF0HD, KENTUCKY. After this I throw prudoncj to tho winds. With som trouble I found Sir Mervyn OrBce nrer Itobt. 8. Lytln's otore. OflJe 's hoar town nddrcs Tlu noxt day 1 cnllcd from S tjl.' a. M.and I to 5 r. u. Anesthetics ad ' t 1 jr. J uilnlttored wrtoo necaurr. 1 was informed, had on him. Ho also, Just leu biiginivi. ins uestmation was also un- I hare bctn appolntr.1 for the saie of the farmorMra. l'DubeC lllalo and IkIm, cmtalntni; i:W Aci'vm, lying M el1 a mile from Hmtonrtllo on tbe Liberty like aud hereby oiler It prlratv LEE F. HUFFMAN, ol two ttorlea It It has a kooI dwlllDi-houHTANFOHD, KY. aud 6 rooms, , Inesldci the uecetiarr ouUbuildlngt. Office South slda llaln Btreet, two doors abort It la well watered and It iiood, rich land worth the Myers lloteh much more than Is asked for It. Apply to me tor further particulars. Purs Nitrous Oxldt Qas adialnlilorsd whan required. JS7 8Jiu if. T. llVSU, Stanford, Ky. OB, W. D. PENNY, Court-home. Will practice la thn Kockcastlo Courts. lions tpecialty. Offlee in J. AttornoyriBH.XivV. A.t And Muter Comtnlulone r llockctitle Circuit Court FAKIMC BIT. VEIINON, KY. Collpc- I'M lOK ant ATiK ! HUllOBON DKNTI8T, Without Change and wllh Speed Unriraled SHORTEST AND ffifflR lontlHt. Per-rand- Stanford Female College, STAKFOIKU, rami v irwKijmt QUICKEST ROUTE KY. SOUTH & WEST Jacstonrlllt, Little known. No greater unkindne.s can be shown to any young man of fitness for subordinate public oflice, than to gratify the dream of his ambition br giving him a clerkship or in one of the departments at Washinglonr in one of the city Federal offices. Of those who will reek office, not one in five will ba successful; of those who are successful, not onehalf will better their condition even for the present, and of the other half, only the bitterness will be their portion. Not one subordinate in five hundred ever rises above the position of a de pendent. It is a worse than wasted life to many, a profitless life to all. Times ip Dan'r.-Philadelphia ' tank wigon of creosote w a despached from Newca'tle, Eagland, to tl e North. While it was passing a!oi2 the Ciledonian line at Blackford it wss discovered that a brass plug three inches in diameter in the bottom of the tank, inJ OBei for emptying it had fallen out. The leakage was so groat that the ground be tween the rails for thirty yards was with oil fully three inches in dec Tee ftation master at Blackford and ili t pijrters endeavored to plug the hole waste, but before the leakage was stoppr.i the Unk was nearly empty. By this time the stream of oil Wi over the north cm bankment of the railway into and adjacent field, where there is a drain ieaiim: to Vr river Allen, a distance of 150 yards The oil, getting into the conduit, poured into the river, killing every living tbioic as f r down ai Dunblane. Thousands of fish lay dead in the river, no fewer than 30 beii g counted in one pool. The eels were killer1, and a number of water rats were poisoned, The Allen is a favorite stream with angler, but it is stated that years muBt elapse before the river is restored to the condition in which it" was before the accident A. ten-ton r A newapiper proprietor advertised an advertisement canvasser, arid his test ot of their fi'ness, us they applied, was to 'e'l them to get out of the office that instant or he would kick tbem out. Several timid young men turned tall and left with great diegust, but one, more brazen faced than the rest, nothing daunted by the threat, lie coolly eat down and etid he wculd not eo until his testimonials had been read. So ue locked the door, put ice Key in m pocket, and handed in his papers. ''At!" enid the advertiser you'll do, I can see I don't want testimonials; your style is enough for mr. No one will ever succeed as an advertisement canvasser who will'be totlaepced by a threat to be kicked out any office." . After nuch experimenting, Dr. Richard-noha found a satisfactory means of causing patnlees death, and has introduced it into the Home for Lost Dogs in London. Tfie Hniuulx t t kilM sr placed in a chainb-- r chTgrd with n mixture of carbonic oxil hm! chloroform vapor, when they irinquilly fill asleep nnd awaits ti" mors. A faraet'a wife s'tys tlat ttuee tabic mpoonfuls of ground Java coffee given to a cow in a mess will cure thn scour?, and a, lew quantity given to a calf or pig wil never fall to accomplish the desired re- f n able man in England. Phllippa married, nnd married secretly I How could her pride have stooped to n clai destlno union What manner of man was ho who had won herl Heavens! ho must lis hard to ploasi if ho cared not to show Uh conquest to tho light of day. Curl sncakl coward' villain! Stay; ho may have his own reasons for concealment reasons known to Phllippa and approved of by hor. Not a word against hor. Sho is still my queen; tho one woman in the world to me. What she has done is right! I passed a sleepless night. In the morning I wrote to Phtllppa. I wished her nil happiness I could command my pen, if not my tongue. I said no word about the secrecy of tho wedding, or tho evils so often consequent to such concealment. Hut, with a fore boding of u vil to com?, I bogged hor to remgm- uer mat wo wero friend; that, although I could see hor no more, whenever she wanted n friend's aid, n word would bring me to her side. I used no word of blame. I risked no expression of love or regrot. No oi I pictured her lot as it might thought of my grlof should jar upon tho really be. Dut all the while I knew that tho day happineas which she doubtless expected to find. Farewell to tho one droam of my life! would come when I should learn whether I was to bo thankful that my prayer had boen Farewdl, Phillppa! Such a passion as mini may, In these answered, or to bo prepared to keep my matter-of-fac- t, unromantlc days, seem an TOW, In my misanthropical state of mind I anachronism. No matter whether to sympathy or ridicule, I am but laying bare my heard without tho slightest feeling of joy or elation that a distant relntivo of mine, a true thoughts and foeliugi. I would not rotum to my homo at onw. man from whom I oxpoctod nothing, had I shrank from going back to my lonely died nnd left mo tho bulk of hit largo propncariu anu beginning to eat my heart out, erty. I carod nothrng for this unexpected 1 bad made arrangements to stay in town wealth, except for tho fact that it enabled for some duys, so I stayod, trying by a mo to free myself from a round of toll In course of what is termed gayoty to drive which by now I took not tho slightest inter remembrance away. Futilo effort! How est. Had it but como two or thrco years nnny havo tried the korae reputed remedy before. Alas! all tho things in this life come without succor.! too late. Now that I was no longer forced to min-gl- o with men in order to (tain tho means of living. I absolutory shunned my kind. The wish of my youth, to travol In far countric, no longer existod with me. I disposed of my practice or rather I simply handed it over to the first comer. I left tho town of my nuopiion anu bought a small house it was little moro than a cottage sonio flvo miloj nwny from tho tiny town of Koding. Hero I was utterly unknown, nnd could live exactly as I chose; nnd for months it was my cnoico to nvo almost like a hermit. t My needs wero miulsterod to by a man wrho had been for sonio yenrs in my employment. He was a linndy, faithful follow; honest as the day, stolid as tho Sphinx; nnd, for sonio reason or other, so much attached to ms thot he was willing to perform on my behnlf tlu duties of housekeeping which aro usually lolejraU'd to fomalo st. ghud-dorc- ami nil tho swootnoss of. 11 fo scorned swept away from mo. Something In my faco must have told her how her news nfTocted me, Sho camo to I mo nnd laid her hand upon iny arm. trembled liko n lent beneath her touch. Sho looked beseechingly into my face. "Oh, not liko that!" cried. "Basil, I am not worth it. I should not havo made you happy. You will forgot you n ill find nnothr. If I havo wronged or mlsle 1 you, say you forglvo me. LH mi hear you, my true friend, wisli mo happiness." i strove to torso my Ury lip to framo sonio conventional phrase. In vain! words would not come. I sank into a chair nnd covered my faco with my hands. The door opened suddenly nnd a man entered. He may havo been nbout forty years of age. Ho was tall nnd remarkably handHo was dressed with scrupulous some. care; but there was something written on his faco which told me It was not tho fniv of n good man. As I rose from my choir he glanced from mo to riiillpa witli nn nir of suspicious inquiry. "Dr. North, nn old friend of my mother's and mine," she said, with composure. "Mr. Farmer," sho added; and a rosy blush cropt round hor neck n sho indicated tho now comer by the namo which I felt sure wns now also her own. I bowed mechanically. I incda a few disjointed remarks nbont tho weather and kin dred iopics: thon I snack bunds wltJi Phllippa and left tho house, tho most miser- What can you mean? Hat ar " other I ross without n word. Tins room seemed whirling mound m, Tho only thing hlcli was clear to my sight wns that cursed gold baiul on tho fair white hand that symbol of possession by another! In that moment hope 'Too late! I turned nwny moodily. All chanco of doing grvol was at mi end. Let the maniago bo true tor false, Phillppa hail departed, accompanied by tho rr.nit who, for purposes of his own, pawed utnbr the namo of Fanner, but who was really Sir Mervyn Perrand. 1 went bock to my home, and amid tho wreck nf my Hfti's happiness murmuied a prnyor and registered an oath. I prnyed that honor and happiness might 1m tho lot oi tier I lovetl ; I snore that were she wronged I would with my own hand take vengeance on tho man "w ho wronged her. For myself I pmyel nothing not oven forgetfiiluess. I loved Phillppa; I had lost her forovcrl Tho past, the present, tho were all summoned up in thesj words! fu-tu- Mules for Sale ! fl93.tr T. 'I. It A VtKSS, ManlorJ, Ky With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlt Inttltutlon will open ita Fifteenth Hewlon on the lit MonJay In September neat. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A PULLMAN CARS ?. 'fciW: JlocW, Mootiotntry, Atlanta, dtrannab, Mobile, and NtwOrltant. In Palace Ot, account of my filling; health, I otTtr for niy well known work Mulct, Id hands lilnh, umJ to the cars, sound, gentle sod tru pullers, and wbtn I adrertlie In Tim Imxaioa JouaNAt, I hare utter lall'd to sell, nnl mon at that. iU BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA fart Without Change TH0R0UGHENGU3HC0URSE Are taujht, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Kroai Louitillle la I'aUcst'att wlthoBtcbanft Seehlag homes tht FMlRRflNTC tins ol thlt readonwill LIIIIUnHil I O receive special low ratea. flee Aetnti ol Dili Cnmptny fur islet, roulet Ac., or write C. P, AIMORt, G. P. & t. A. 1KENS 292-- 1 - MAKING DrtM-Makl- u well at O I hare removed to corner Main A Depot sti., and am prepared to eerre the Iadlea In and other kinds of tewing In tbe bett style and at reasonable rates. Collcttlng a abare ol ysur patronage, 1 am, respeellully, m ! MDBIO. TUX LANOOAOEB, DHAW-INAND PAINTING. TERMS MODERATE. 130; " Louisville. Ky. JltSS F.LI..I Httll.KY, Stanford, Ky. In Tuition, prices ranc from 9iS lo S50 In th recular tparmtuu. I'rluary, tli, IntertuedlaU "fflroaroiY Chicago thk Prepiriloiy, 110. tad Collegiate, J0. route. & C-- CHAPTER II. A VILLAIN'S I1LOW. They toll ine there nrotiaturesstern enough to bo ablo tocrush lovoout of their lives. Ah not such lovo as minsl Time, they say, can heal o very wound. Not such a wound ns mine! My wholo existence tindoruent n chango when Phihima showed m tho wed ding-rinon her linger. No wonder it did. Hope was eliminated from it. From that moment I wns n changed man. Life was no longir worth living. Tim spur of ambition was blunted; the doslre for famo gone; tho Interest which I had hith. erto felt lu my profession vntushed. All the spring, tho elasticity, miii1 taken out of my bt'ing. For months and months I did my work In a perfunctory manner. It gave mo no satisfaction that my practice grew larger. I worked, but I carod nothing for my work. Success gave mo no pleasure. An lucreaso to tho number of ipy jvitlenU was positively unwelcomo tome. So long ns 1 made money enough to sutply my dallv needs,' what did it matter? Of what us"? was wealth to me? It cou d not buy me tho ono thing for which I craved. Of what ujo was life? No wonder that such friends ns I had onca posesed ail but forsook me. My mood at that time was none of tho sweetest. I wanted no friends. I was alone in thi world; I should Do always ulnne. went on for moro than a yoar. I grew woro Instead of lwttr. My gloom deepened; my cynicism grow moro confirmed; my lifo becams moro and moro aimless. Theso aro not lovers' rhapsodies. I would sparo you them if I could; but It Is neceviiry that you should know the exact state of my mind in ordir to understand my subswjuent conduct. Even now it wenu to me that I mil writing tills description with my heart't blood. Not a word cams from Phllippa. I male no Intiulrles about her, tooknosuip to trace her. I dared not. Not for one moment did I forget her. and through all those wean- months tried to think of her as Imppy and to boonviod; yot, in splto of myself, I d g B3S P P. PfBCTO w CD M w Q I For full partlculart, at to Poara, Ac, address MIIM. N. '. Tlttllllll'.AItT, rlnrltml, Stanford. Lincoln Co., Ky. Louisville, New Albany Railway. IU CD 3 err-C- D 3 3 Mcd s. r- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains ita I o.v.r lim: isunxixu FiiUmnn Tnlnpo Cars! AND BOLID TRAINS O -f LOUISVILLE rl PrKciAthoTK K B & CD P e-- t- t O uq O 5S. rf o P-S-. cd w rn A TO CHICAGO IrotH t P. Oil i i v . High Imputation, AND le llr.Deti of 1. AN It K irrtte In Iti time to tito the erenluj train tf th Iluute" and ko throuxU 14 the lu..rli. MvBoo Kp. --4 JO H- P - CD B B'c! Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall bo Second to no Country Hotel in the State in it Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneilt. UrcenMBtlo. CranroriUTlllo, Lufurctte and t'lilcago without cbangr. TIME TA1ILK MTATKlNrt. w5 Dally. Dally." IT Lr Art. Iulrlllu... Oreneatti..... CrawSudtrtlee llatarat;t Chlmgn T M a ni S 0 rt 111 be coatejed to anJ from the de u free of rharat. Hprrlat arpnmmo.Utl ob Tho HM.it dlrrct route, with only one baneeoi to Contraerrlal Trar elera. The liar will etrt, to a MnU In Wlvs.la. MiniieHJ. alwaje aipplled tilth the rholcetl ebrajka, Ac. tor lurtberlufermatMjn.aa.lreu raadt of Llqaori and Clears. MUURAV KKLLKU.IJ. I'. A., " Uh;ette " JMw l(iliia It am IIJ).H 1 J 41 p in, 1 01 a m 2 01 IMm pm Iut o.t .. p rr tf CD " Uulirllle, Z' 23 ,JJ TradeU.rk. MCKUAT'.H NfCCiriC, I lie (Iront Kns;llsli Hrmcdjr, It CD J LR.I uilliie-UrnN- N isllPEflW Kentucky's Tts only roi. line runnta ft'an.? ShorteitanJ QuickeatRouto from Ce. tral KeDtUOKT tO anlalldlu-atthat follow eta . Po ntl North. GtfarslaUfls;. quenc ol youthful Iwpruilrnc oi Eart, West and Southwest. the eiceijol uia'tirpl jetrt, u. h Tr4M.rlr at l nlrer.al Ijiwlti.de, Kin lu tbe Katl Line Ilelween toes, Dlmnru cf M.ut, I'reiaa-- I re0.1.u to Invinltrnitnr ( . OHIO BT. cae nliimr cV CIXCI.VXATI. that r 11 I I KhltS I a rure fnr Weak Mtma- ry. una of Drain Tower, Nerrout f.Jluau.ii.jii, cruiiu.i nn.Bni, tltre Itoiitc." Route East k tit t to the ere a I illliant andtptrklliij IxHiuty, to tlieihfek tnnxJWjczL or. fwni ilf Weakneti Iil .peciSi ' cbtriu, retlcrloc lower (itlntr t'iuiiti.. i n- - I O.e "in II3.I.TO. tli diiU Ksrsy 3srf? la fffrcl (i ' u. 1MI k- - tberoy Uouoni oiUraltb. li Iiruful.ti at Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. tlBWMurray'a.speclllc packathyfor ll $5, Alto by per package, or ill mall, pottavre fre, on receiptor iirltw. A'ttrTaklar STKull pirtleulart In pamphlet, which will be malted free to erery applicant. Addreu all com PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS munlcatlont to the A SOLID TRAIN LOUlHTlllCiCiUClUUHtl UUtl DruiKlileererrwhere (MOlyr) Sold In HtarJord by Ttnny A McAlltter and all CO., Jt Villi. I Y JiEOIVIXJKCity, Mo. Kanut A Co., oW uianufaclurera. zs ' J if tLltJL ! p . Aariiia l'jtraa Wboletale Aten tt, Leul.rllU.Ky. Ington, Ky., , ItCX- - 55 B "C ?8 ?1? J?PBjaB, J sb BB BBBBB $r ' i i 0,l I, ; ;SS5a 8U SSttJS J li? , ! . ISSSSS" I . .. M Thlt notice forewarns hunters, fltherroea and tramps not to trtwtiataon our lands without at all tucb aclt are liable to ta procecute'J Connecting in tarns depot with fast trains lor to the full extentof the law Htantonl, Ky March 17th, IS4I. (Sltned. D. McKlttrlck uut . w. si. Jicfonuack. A, W. Carpenter, H.T. Bmb, "WASHINGTON CITY. 'bbbbbbHbvbb '': I J p- - n, 'III Ml I I I I !' L'j K K . "U II.M M i t I .1 I I k-'I Ibbbbb w su WO I He p o l o K. The Direct Route toLynchburcr, Dan ville, Norfolk. All Virginia and North Carolina It. Cobb, HlKlnt Kelly, II. 0. A J. l Uorer, . U Carter T. J. Hill, lld, For tickets and lurtber Information, apply to 1. W. Carter, Ed. Carter. your nearest ticket office, or addreu T. J. Fotter. V. J. Ha.n, W. r.. ARNOLD, T. M. White, and I'au. Aet., Ticket AJrertlilni; A?t., U.K. Marcuui, U'J5 Fourth Ave,, Loultellle. Ky M.T Kuitell, O. W. NMiril. II. W. FULLER. A. t. Mewland. Manager, Oen'l l'tu'r Ag't. ttm'i . W Olrent. Rlehmpnd, Vtrslnla Points. J. A.Htrrl.. C. Vanoy, Lerl Hubble, V V. Itbolea, W. C. McCoruacs, M. n. LrUe. J. W.Wealberlord, Win. Ilurtun, J.H. Murphy, J. M. Hill, J. II. McAlltter, J. I). Jonet, U. HIIDOPa B uass sssas H ! wi ? '3BEBBB i ! BB Bb'bBBEB " r,r.'tr-- ' "" r ri ? , J, II Q Montgomery . Ja. II I'rwitt K. Auoa J D.nl A! Kswlinl V A. ltene-llc- t. 'LaiiZ'L1 ItM IMOUMM1! ,B BBBBB I 4 ! "' !iiiL ' !W-HI94 riMin & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Tbe Direct Route to iBBl .HflBBB I I ' I oi.a.a.. 'CIUDU 'ts i !lll??l I! H ' I eult. Bucken's Arnica Salve The bett Salre In the world for Cuts, Drultes, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Raeum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Uands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. T is guaranteed to giro perfest .y relunled. Price 25 cents per box. tor talc t Tate A fenny. An Want Answered. Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or Llret Complaint that Eloctrlc Bitters will not tpeedlly cure! We say they can not, as thousands of cases already permanently cured and who aje dally recommending Electric Bitters, will prove. Brlgot's Dlseue, Diabetes, Weak Back or any urinary com- plaint quickly cured. They puriry the blood, the bowels and act on the diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50 cents a bottle by Tate A Fenny. aatlifac-ttor-ornic ifg-uU- U .Inil :hia uas her hxubandI'MUppa's lf him. F jur days after my Intorvlow with Phillppa I was walking with a friend who know every one in town. As wo passed tho door of one of tho most excluslvo of the, clubs 1 saw, standing on tho stops talking 'to other men, tho man whom I knew wns Phillppa' husband. His faco wns turned from me, so I was aUo to direct my friend's attentiou to "Who is Sir Mervyn Ferrnnd." "Who Is ho? What is he? a man is her1 that nmnr I askod. ''That man with tho gardenia Is in his coat What kind of "A baronet. Not very rich. Just about tho usual kind of man you soo on those stops. Very popular with tho ladies, thoy mjii me. "J3$e marriiUr "Heaven knovs! I don't, I nover heard of a Lady Ferruat, although thero must be to All. A Lawyer's Opinion of Merest several who aro nvrally cntitlod to uso tbe J. A..Tirner. Ei'l'. a lead attorney of Winona designation." was And this hir husband Phillppa's Mluo., write.' "After using It for more man tnree years. I tke great pleasure in stating that I regard husband! I clinched my teeth. Why had ho mar-rie- d pV; Klng'aUeir Discovery lor Contumptlou as the under a fa! so name? Or If she know remedy In th world for Conghs and Colds. X best that name by lusoererfaJieA toeure the most severe Colds I mo wag false, which sin Introduced him to why was it assumed? Whv Uavhadin'd Invariably relieves the pain In the had tho marrlago been Jhest." Trial Bottles of this sure cure for all only fJ4r Mervyn Fcrrand, clnndeciJue? Not but the noblest in Jfrojit and Lung Diseases may h bad tree at Tate the U nd should bo proud of winning Philip Vcvs 2tc:e. Lsrjc size SI. VPatiai 't vnnts. Northwest and Soutbwett by tbe way of Looking back upon that tlmo of seclusion, ns a medical man, 1 wondor what would CINCINNATI. eventually have boen my fato if events had not ocurrod which onco moro forced mo Learlng Chattanooga lor Lou- into tl o world of monl I firmly boliovo that All XlalUS ltrtlle and Clnclnna make .11 Lroot'ng in solitude over my grief would nt direct foniictilon at tbote lolnta wllh the Llcht- for at A Mltilttlppl last have airocted my brain; that sooner or nlns Express on tbe Oblo later I muit havo developed symptoms of Louis and all points Wett. TTMii.n' Only from Loulsrllle or Clncln-1meiancnoiia. rroresslonally speaking, tho two hours Bt. HOUrS piobabllities aro I should havo committed quicker than anynttfto line,Louis, being paiiengert otuer glrmg our suicide. time for meals and Cnt cbolce of aeata in trains Evon In tho dopth of my ilojcrftdatlon I going West. To Omaha and be- nl musthnvo known tlia dnngors of tho path 1 O 14HUUIS cf Chicago. which I was treadliic; for, nftor Imvlnz Ine.golng by wayUUlUliUl yondthan by any passod six dreary mouths in my lonoly cot-lI was trying to brnco mysulf to sdok a chango of scene. I shrank from loaving my quiet aUxluj but every day formed ufresh thn losolve to do so. Always makes Yet thj days, oach the samo ns Its forerunner, went by, nnd 1 was still there. I had books, of course. I read for days together; thon I would throw tho volumes nsldo, and, with a bitter smllu, ask mysolf With all Lines at to what end was I directing my studies. The accumulation of knowledge Tush I I Intermediate Fointi. would glvoall tho learning Hind acquired, St. Louis and nil that a lifetime of research could acquire, to hold Phillppa for one brief moment to No my heart, and hear hor say sho loved me I If in the whirl of men, in tho midst of hard Connections made la Union Depot, St. Louis, work, I found it impossible to conquer my hopeless passion, how could I expect to do with trains of lines going West, Northwest sod Soutbwett. so living as I at present lived I II you are going West to any point, call on or There! my egotistical descriptions nro al. wilto to the underlined. For lull and reliable Information In regard to most over. Now you know why I said that Western States, Maps Guide Land, Ac. you must sit by tho flro and think with me; and lowest In the rates lor Ticket and Houaohold special must er.fer, as it were, into my inner soli Goods to all points West call on or address II. AWUli Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mlsslulppl Hal lira befcro you can understand my mental state. Uarrodtbunr. &X 8HATTUC, W. Wtstbryou sympathize with mo or uot W.I'rea't PEABODV,Man'gr, W. B. Gen'l Past. Agt, and Oen'l deponds entirely on your oirn organization. U. tt. I'Altis, central rasteoger Ageut, If you aro to constructed that tho loro of Cli.iicaU, Ohio, msi woman, ami mi anlyoafl pervade wow St. Louis & the West rp..i ?2BBBBiSBbE Si LOUISVILLE or on..uuu,uuiii:.!;la ,S3ssss as sassggo .omj-o-a-- iBBBB ;! iBB .j.! Ml i IN nw B ' ! I Aro you failing, If! U TOIVTIO, Tor nio.KerTn.Ftnm&ch.UTer.KMiukt, xcwxo, a pure, try Wtrtis' HrstTn clean, wbolesomo He I3SBBB2IBSIBB3B OM.'O'a a t m Pi 'A' S 2 B B nS.VHXlll.K HKANCIl, ITOBTII-BoU.f- T.5TS5T TfoTaV Dally Dally Kr. Sua, Ex. 8un. 7 25 I U....I. r,ii Headache. Fcrcr. Amio. Chills. J Lre Corlngton..., . DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. a, o. szTm. LU K. 8. onuiua, nurvous Hoxiiol DcclTno. Mnlnrin. l'niineua, yrouKnosB. per hot.. 0 forM.QD.at UniigUts. Weixs, Jersey City, N. J., U.K A. luifl-iu- Wee to take, true merit, uncqunled for .. . wxiiHiton ,l, , '; LIVbK. am Nlgnt i??"!, Boirrii-nori- Jwllslo- - IS a ni 1 20 p m B 17 p m 3 00 m 6 07 pm 8 am; i J 00 p m 80 pm AV.i.'i"'; now a m1 7 7 00 Fast Time and Sure Con nootions Ex. Sun, Ex. Sun Dally o. fti pm KoToT" pin Lre Miytrllle.... " Johnson " Carlltle " Mlllertburg Arr Parlt .., 3 6 7 7 " Islington tirini;ton KIOliii II W) IV a m 30 a tu 21 a m M a m 1 1 ao p r. 0 10 b ni m 3 33p w o co pm 2 p ra 3 (iy pu, ftSpn om pm Ferries! NoOuiulbusTraii& fers! Buchu-Palba- l. I of the Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kidneys and Bladder. Stono 6r Ornrel of the lYostato Gland, Drorxilcal remme iiseoses. jucoiilin. onco of Urine, all Vbeascs of the Genito- Urirmry Organs In either sex. For Unhealthy or Unnatural Discharges use i also "Chanln's Injection Fleur." each $1. ror HVl'IIII.IS, either contracted or hereditary mint, ue Chapln's Constltu-tloHitter Hymn, $1.00 per bottle, and qmpln'u Kyphllitlo 1111s. 8a.W; andCha-pin'- s Hyplillltlo Balre, fcl. 00. 6 bottlM Kynip, 8 of Jills, l Halro, by Impress on receipt of 819.00, or at DruiglstsV K. ft. Wells, Jersev Citv. N? J.. U. R. A w. r ? Ws-eas- es cni-iiiuirI n nemnrlmtile Cures orCatarrh I w?n,Ve'7T"1'iJ0'18'un,d"j' fr"n to rJShfxr" J""1 noT7.l.chre.'i:rT.';j,pv.sg,oa "ud utoa Knoxrllle, Train Ho, 0 la dally except Sunday between ,,,,rl", Ijt i 8T3m1.lflrV,l.2Jp.Tbroush ticket fl" I- dtiti .nr and barrage checked to KrrA'genl. rrj ff C,- -