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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884121601 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 XIII. t, ' STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER ill mhiwi initial 16, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 401 m THE DEED IS BATTLE IS RAGING ! . ZDOZSTEI TIE TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER. THE GUNS ARE BOOMING AND A FEARFUL CUTTING IN THE WHOLE LINES! i A GREAT MANY WOUNDED, BUT NONE DEAD! I will naturally lose mosey The above beading may read very sensational, but it is tbn full truth, that from this day on till January 1st (inclusive) every article in my Store will ba offered AT AND BELOW COST! By doing this during this red letter sale, but my customers as well as those who wish to patronize me shall be convinced that D. KLASS will not be undersold by any one. Now is the time to take Advantage of this Great Opportunity and Lay in Your Supplies. I have bought too heavy tho season for Fall Goods wis short. The only remedy left for me is to unload (as I never believe in carrying stocks over from season to season) and the way of unloading quick is to put ' : , 9&e Osggei? in tli Pliers up to ilie Handle, without logand of Motto is s "Efewt horn, Best hem." Indigo Blue Calico, from Great Western Cotton, from... Good Sheeting (10) from uouu i jam vunuu, jrom Good Ginghams, from ... Good Canton Flannel, from... Good Canton Flannel, from ii ii ii ii i tie &S8b H? $4 SO down to $3 59 Here are some of tho Cuts and Slashes that will be made, (I can not give them all, on account of limited space) during this RED LETTER SALE: OUTS IN THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Men's Overcoats it " ii it " ii ii ii cut from.. 816 00 to 812 00 " ' .. Men's ii ii ii Suits " .'. , ;....". ii ii ii " Suits i Boys' ii i Pants ii it ii ii " Jeans Pants Coats '. ii Jeans 00 to 10 00 to 9 00 to 7 ftO to ft 00 to 4 00 to 20 00 to 00 to ift oo to 13 00 to 10 00 to 8 00 to 7 00 to 7 00 to fi on tr, 3 00 to 4 ftO to 3 75 to 1 75 to 1 ftOto 1 2ft to 2 00 to 1 ft 11 ftO 7 50 G 75 75 25 5 00 1 3 2 17 15 12 10 7 ft 00 00 n ,i ii 4 75 ii ii 5 00 Bed Comforts 4 00 3 50 ii ii .i ii 3 All Wool Blanket " 2 50 Good Blankots, 1 25 ii ii 1 00 7ft 1 Good Bleached Cotton, 50 Fruit of tho Loom Cotton, fro m 00 Beet Bed Ticking, from... 00 Good Bsd Ticking, from 00 ii ii CUTS IN THE DRY GOODS Good Calico Cut from .... Dress Goods, from DEPARTMENT. All Wool Cashmere, from 5c down to 2Jc Dress Flannels, from Large Bed Spreads, from Large Shawls, from 50 " " from... ...7c down to 5c ...7Acdown toGJc 7c down to 6Ac ...25c down to 20c 8c down to 6$c .... 8c down to GJc 15c down to 12 10c down to 8c 8c down to 6Jc 7c down to 5Ac ...7Ac down to 5o 9c down to 8o ...25c down to 18c 18c down to 15c ...15c down to 10c 12Jc down to 8c ..82 down to $1 50 81 50 down to 81 81 25 down to 75c 85 down to 84 .83 50 down to 82 50 82 down to $1 50 81 down to 75c 82 50 down to $1 75 ... 82 down to 81 25 8Jc down to 5c 81 down to 65c ...75o down to GOc Ladle' Custom Made Shoes, from ii it ii i CUTS IN THE BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT. if i ii ii ii ' Fine Button Bhoea, Good Front Lice Shoes i ti .i ii Man's BooU, Calf Skin, Men' Boots (whole itock) ii ii ii cuf .i . ii ii ii ii ii i. ii u II II ii Children's Boot?, Plow Shoes, Men' Nice ii ii i i i. ii ii 3 75 down to 3 00 down to 2 50 down to 2 00 down to 1 75 down to .1 50 down to 2 00 down to 2 50 down to 3 50 down to 4 00 down to 3 50 down to 2 25 down to 2 50 down to 1 25 down to 1 00 down to 1 fiO down to 2 75 1 25ft 200 125 50 LOO 1 86, 15 30ft 250 250 175 200 10O 7 79 Cuts in Hats and Caps, Furnishing Goods Department. Hat', from $3 50 down to 82 ii BoTi' .1 .1 Good Cap, ii ii H " ii ' Underhlrt, ii it OrerahirU, 2 75 down to 209 2 00 down to 1 50 175 down to 123 1 50 down to 1 00 1 00 down to 75 S 1 25 down to 00 down to SO 49 75 down to 75 down to 50 65 dorrn to 40 25 50 down to 85 down to 50 SO 75 down to 00 And cuts in everything from a pin up. stock "or Remember my Goods are all Fresh, New, bought this Fall, and no old shelf-worauction trash. Remember that what I say I mean; no cheap talk, and finally n REMEMBER D. KLASS' STORE, Opposite Myers Hotel, Is the, place you should Visit first, Examine the Goods and hear the Prices before you. invest one dollar elsewhere. Stanford, Ky. . ' i ( III &UA9il AN Stro-aateMginttriorlonnrol INTERESTING COLLECTION. " A Brilliant Ifawtpapar Cormponltut. Portraits December 1G, to oT lronilnrnt l'mlilc-nt- s Ulstlngulslied Daaul. nml u Stamford, Ky., 1884 ffSfl. W. P. WALTON. You funeral and weep bitnin Biiy go to terly and aincerelr oyer his crave, jet you may bo euro that he'll never think of doing aa auch for you. . Between "Siy, old fellow lend me this tok." "Sorry; but Icsn'ldo it. Nobody ever borthinka ot returning a book that he baa look at my library then! All rowed. Juat borrowed books " The mother announcea to her daughter the receipt of a proposition from in elderly boolc-loTer- trench Humor. BsholJ the Ingratitude of friend! conversation with you in regard to your 3 Vinson I. tdctlra to spook vtltti you more pirtlc'tilnrly In regard to gambling in grain! Do you r.SIu,Oux.conulty of tho olTciuei" "I think t do; just road that," It was n 'clegrniu from Chicago reading! "Our loss ti tho lato denl will l nbout ?1 1,000 each." riio prcachor didn't wait for any furthor "urassllng," being convinced that hi "hearer'' must reallzo the, enormity, nnd lomothtng to boot f ii Mimh! for ItfROileintlou. fWftll Street News 1 Ho placed his hat and cano on a chair and took his sent, with tho remark: "Your wlfo has been n uiombcr of my congregation for 'ho last two years." "Yes," I bollovo so." "And I havo folt it my duty to havo a short In M'ROBERTS&STAGG PHJIIInCEIiriSTS Opera House Block, UlSAXlSItH IN DriiKN, Stanford, Ky., lVlupx. CliouiIcaH 1'hIiiIh, MIn, Wall 1'aper, lleokw, NoiipM, Prrsldent-lllet- t Clcwduud's 1'rlvato tary. Secre- Ntatloucry, Liquor Sltmlt'ttl liRnrM. IiiHlriioiiicnfR, W"Yes,-- il costs me on aa- - average Tajihunto my cardred and fiftr francs for repairs riage every time I drink it." Huabind an d wife present themselves be fore the divorce court: What do you want, madam?" "Divorce from that wretch." And you sir?" ".Divorce from that vixen." "The divorce is refused there is no incompatibility of temper. You both seem Call the next to be perfectly agreed. caee." . j, A diner at a table d'hote display signs of irritation just because the waiter hap pens to have spilled a plate of soup over bis coat. "Don't worry, sir; don't worry," says the : "it is 7 o'clock." "What in thunder hns that got to do with it?" yells the victim. "After 6:R0. Bir, our soup doesn't grease hot water, sir; that u all." JJMaiter Well, Pobib, did you mail, Joy letter, as I told you? WitMiilSirvnnt Yea. sir: but I had it weighed first, and it was double weight pnt on another stamp. .Master Good girl; only I hope you AiAn't int it on so as to obliterate the ad- . -head-waiter- ' ' adorer. the young lady, "he's too uncommon talents, with a montal energy But, ma," lays and grnsp that would havo made him old lor me." ia nny calling-- mid had his Not nt all my dear. He i no older for been to lmvo amassed wealth ho ft forWBWT Toothan he might have ranked among tho millionaires last June." of tl.o metropolis. From n school boy ho h!iotck1 that kindly chnritablo disposition for incomiwtency. This cxporienco taught At dinusr at the restaurant: ublcli in 1870 led Theodoro Tilton, vrliottns a uowspaporn wes not another glass of Burgundy, old Ciiiftsmato of his nt college, to confide to him that tho making of to work determined "Have merely ploy. Ho went Litn his family troubles. Mr Moulton im- to succeed, nnd from thit tinu forunrl his fellow?" mediately set about reconciling tho progress has been steady. Ho. thanks it'a too expensive." lirtnclpals in order to provent the tlemornl-Uln- s In tho interest cf various newspapers he '"JToo expensive I don't understand.' exposure socloty such in , ntn-hltiIuter-OconeW-eixty-eight -- THE IATE TOAXCIS D. MOULTON. Mr, Francis D. Moulton, who died recently In Navr York, tho city of Ills birth, on the approach of Ills 50th year, ivns n, man of Mr. Richnnlson is J3 years old nnd a sou of tho celebrated American journnllst, Al bart D. llichanlsoii, who was killod by somo years ago, ci eating cue of the greatest soiisatious of tho time, l'.i lias in- lioritodjn a marked degree tho gilts of his father and is winning for himself n placo among tbe first nouspnpor writers of our time. Ho begin his newspaper ciroer In n Chicago, just after tho flro, whon Tho was startod. But at thnt ttmo hogavo littlo evidence ot possessing tho slightest nowspajior ability, nnd was duly dlsniiswl leaxdek nicitAnn'sox sljle. TIioh. lllchiirdi liiitiipM, rvrltmicry, Flro Arnin, (londs Dcnnrtnipiit Our Jowclry, Sllvcruarpntid i'titcnl ToIiiiccoh, Pocket l:ii(Icrr, Mitvliln In Cliiirtro of tTol. Mho will Repair Hutches nml Clocks Promptly nml In tlio lest In A'ctMlIo. DR. BOURNE, OF THE NEW DRUG STORE Hplrtlfor riekllRi, loen Ilitll.ifor th, lliM.t, .MuJIciiinof All KlnJ., in securing tvo of tho latent MrilleinM, HolMijr (Jwii, I.luluienli, most nstuto iiliticlnns tho great Kinplro (Xiugli Mliturei, HI00.I I'utlflers Utlr lleotwert, i date could ftirnlMi ns his uuYnrni-nniKae lnrr, Pure Pewilcrs, Tol'et Sia, The 8111?, DauiajMjinning, lldcntial (lUiKsftir KilllO( Toilet elf, Cln fertliaflfntlaitn nivsident o( Tho Albany "Ar"gus, who hor CjiiiU, ilnlr HriLrf, llslrOlli, lx.eti cnllid n Napoleon for tho masterly Tooth Briiibrr, I'.lMt HrMthtf, C!olhr llrnho, manner In which )o managed Mr Clovo-laud- 's MfraorsnJiim Iloekf, l'oetet Ilooki. candidacy prior to and during tho Ink., I'tDellt, Koel)rt. New York stnto jind National Domocrntiu Chlwnji, Kcathrr Iluittn, t, 'onveritrBiis. TJio'otW is Daniel 8. Hi Mrs, IVkft KhItm, his jirlva'o secretnry, n Joy Gould In Blstei, Whi, ii wny, through th imlot methods by Violin rilflrm. (lllM, InMrnnifiiU lor I lie tiKulpJ, Chalk Crsjronn. which ho accomplishes his end. Mr. VnruItliM, Sllxisl 1'jlnn, has had far more experience than' lua Palnti. lUtlfrJ, From Umg a Suioklos ToUcco for tbesrsntliuollitri, thief in tho art of politlos. gt I looking clrtl In stiott, njllilnc jou ot,m lilt jloik In lils fatlier'tf country Ktmo in lort-lan- d ' mm 1 county, N. Y , where ho was lorn in IViI, he tunied his attention to jiolltics ps jeliig '.lio pursuit most coiigpulel to his mind. He obtained nn nt ndemic education mid wns ipiolntetl n delegate to the Htnto Den In his rrntic conventions whllo ho was tefiH, uml has rarely mlsed a convcnt"U linoJ. As an olllco holdor ho Ugnu ns u leputy clerk, then in I'CO, ls;i mid 16T5 ho was a member of tho nssembly, and fim DI.ALFH IN thnt timo until 1S8 Iw was secretary of the IIoi-m- o NIioum, NiuldlcH, Democratic stnt coiiunitttH) of Nnw YiiU, Iliirdware, CJrorerlex, a IKwitiou which for eight years brought HugK) IVIilpn, NuIIh, kticct!Mrur('i Iron,. aim Into tho councils and in contact" with UtipfKr Wr'lioclw, ritovcM, CantTMIIlH, llnrHewt, tho strongest men in tli prty. Mr. 8inmel' HpolieH, J. Tildeii wns o much IniprrMrtl with hW GratcH, Cider .MIIIr, Lap t'oreri, ability as a pdllilciau tlpt ho Intrusted him IlluiH, Ntonewnre, Corn MiellerM, C'vllHrn, irith tho most confidential matters whllo ho was governor and during his presidential President-ele- ct to nn Importer of salt. Ho gavo n great deal of hii timo to tho promotion of dairy farming nnd agricultural interests. Ho was a mombor of tho executive com. inltteo of tho cAttlomen's convention recenf-- i ly held in Si. Louis. Ho hai) n largo and abundantly Stocked farm at Xarragansottl R. L", and recently purchased Ttanoiichot, tho celebrated estate of ex Gov. Bprngue, in tho samo state. y.ar, and afterwards acquired, a an effect on Ho called "rotlld neceSsarily produce. on Henry Want Beecher and brought him nnd Tilton toother, noting between them ns a mutual friend, and of such raluo wero his services In tying up tho storm" considered by Sir. Bccchor that tho latter called him "a priest in tho sanctuary," and said: "I would havo fallen by tho way but for tho courage which you inspired and tho hopo you breathed." "With such skill did Sir. Moulton mnnngo this social complication that tho scandal in its cntiroty was repressed for moro than four years. When it did break forth through Mr. Tilton, Mr. Moulton endeavored to maintain neutrality, and as ho refuted to return to Mr, Beecher tho letters ho held, as tho mutual friend, ho was.piit upon tho ilefenslvo by nspcrsions upon his No man motives nnd cotnpolled to testify. could havo rendered moro kindly servieo to those men than did Mr Moulton, and yot it him Iwsldes tho anxiety nnd trouble, at least $o0,000 Mr. Moulton began business hfo ns an cAIcj boy nt n salary of 575 per crt has trnvcldd over tho vttiolo of .thu United States and somo portions of Kuropo. At the timo ot tho 1'mnnix park m.vluaUon in Dublin Mr. Richardon tontdTspntclBS to Tho Boston Hprnld, wlijchso cpmplutely ocliiwwl nil other material forward! I on that topic that thoy wero copied into nearly every dally paper in tho United Stat and given credit for. When tho assassins lUetmrdson wero arrested In Dublin-M- r. happened to bo upon tho groun 1. Ho to corral tho femalo relatives of tho taphouse near accused iipii In a Kilmainhani jail owry dny at I o'clock, liy theso moans ho secured all thoinsideinform-ntio- n in existence, nnd was thus cnnblcd to send telegrams to Amorica ot such import-nnc- o that they wero cabled back frotn this country to Kiulnnd. Since his return to America Mr. llichanlsoii, in nddition to his w Tune. The contributions to The Journalist and Tho Dramatic Times, supplies to important papers In other Inrgd cltk'i 61,000 words of matter a week pio-coedwell-know- n DAMKI. J. I.AVONTv Clovehn I has wrtB. JJolra got ontho support of oil tho ly ono voto in Lincoln County; tho Dr. Good Looking Ladies; tho ugly oncB trado olsowhoro.j IC1MS()XS:-- II liuMltnui Mpitrlilltie 2Vw OimmIn. noIIn clicitp iiiiiIkIvphii IiiiikIhoiiic piilr ot viimn l lliu I111I3 who llr.it niom-ori- .f m iiikI repeutH . "'. ia tlio New DrtiR Mlorv thin Unix Is rt moro popular man thnn Bolva Lockwood over gota Ej. Ii-tnon- 1 Iji-nio- nt la tnm Yk j-- fcnttjr, for-unio- Itelnnuiriirntod rreslilrnl of Stoxlco. W. H. HIGGINS 3 inp and Guttering will have prompt attention. N,tlen,nen j President of a Prominent Itallrond. jk t draw. JFAithlul Servant-O- jost stock it no, indeed, sir;. I b, on top of the other stamp so Paris Papers. "Ainpalgn. On Jan.T, lssi, Mr. Iimont as aiKlntxl on the stair of (Joy. Cioo-'anwith the rank of colonel. His faculty 'or keeping out of the clutches of the "interview) r" comes probably from his knowledge g f th nwspapr business, having Ut'ii editor of The Albany Argut for sev-iritmu-tglunl d, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plows, Wooden and Cait Fampi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof Joht nrluut,Jr. years. as to nave room. I'resldi'iit of the New York Iters Hub H.The Chilean Government has dechred J a raxjBfeaaminaion againat thecopdor. I offers 7eward of $5 for every condor killed. The hunting ot thia bird of prey has become, under the circumstances, a lucrative business, though is seems doubtful, if one considers the astounding powers of the bird and ita wonderful habits, that the cm or ever will destroy the Shooting the condor on the wing is almost out of the question, for it sails to altitudes far beyond the reach of the human eye, and on peaks above the clouds. It hia been seen at tbe altitudes of 20,000 feet. It haunts the whole Western slope of the Andea not only Chile, but Peru, Bolivia nd Patagonia. Latterly the birds have to increased aa to form a scourge, notwithstanding the fact that the female lay but two eggo at a time, and thatcondor-huntiohai been a lucrative calling for more than a century Divorce. The grounds for divorce in Kentucky are aa followr: Living apart without cohabitation for five years, desertion for a year, conviction for a felony, force, dureea or fraud in obtaining marriage, contracting a loathsome disease, unit ing with any religious society which requires renunciation of tbe marriage conr tract or forbids cohabitation, confirmed dmnkennew of the husband with improvidence, continued for a year; habitual misbehavior of the husband continued in a cruel and inhuman manner not less than ix Montha, cruel beating or injury to the wife or attempt at the same, confirmed .mental unsoundness for three years continuously, aa a result of intemperance or bertditary taint. One year's residence reGov-emine- nt Bpe-cte- a. CE.V. f I'JUFllUO DIAZ. rtoirartT OAnnrrr. Tho elevation of Mr. Robert Garrett to the position of president of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad indicates that the wiso policy of his father, tho loto John W. Garrett, will continuo to provnil over that corporation. Mr. Garrott is but 87 years of ago. but ho has made railroad management a study since he graduated from Princeton. Following tho example of his father, ho refuted tho salary of $25,000 voted him by tho directors, rcquosting that it remain at tho sum ho received whiio filling tho ofllce of A Highly Kiteemcd Methodist lllthop. PorfirioDlar, tho now president of Mexico, was born in Uaxara, capital of the str.ta of the samo name, on Sept H, 130 Kducnted in the public schools and legal collfigq of Oaxnca, Diaz graduated with hth hui.ors wlwn but 19 years of ago. At this in crisis in his Hfo tho struggb brokn out known in Mexicnn- - history as tho "war of reform." Young Dins was one of tho first to tako part, fighting bracly throughout that bitter contest. In 1SC2 Diaz was created a brigadi:r general. Ho marched toward Vera Cruz, fight-n- t Puobla. On May 6, 1W52, ho defented tho French. This victor' gainod for DL-i- tho gratltudo of tho republic For his gallant conduct on thnt glorious dny ho was sjwcially commeildcd to tho uotico of tho president and of congres, nn 1 tho "Fifth of May" 1 now tho Mexican Fourth of July. Diaz was mado commander in chief of tho Mexican army, nnd with renowed energy ho assumed tho olfenslyo and wrested his uatlvo state from tho Fnncb, Ho wns opposed by Mar-tha- i Bazaine, upon whom rests tho ignominy of violating one of tho great principals of modern warfare. Ho caused the arrest of Diaz whllo tho latter was holding a confer. en co with him, under cover of n Hag ot truce, nnd sent him a prisoner of war to tho City of Mexico. Ho escaped from prison and joined hU army again. Ho competed for tho presidency in IbW, lb"l nnd was finally electnl for tho first time in 1677 after an insurrection in which ha expelled his rival from tho country. lb-I- 7 v S CUUHMtlS. ffeaay &M Jtlirtf DKALkHIX- Drugs, Books, aiioy mi iioiud. 1 PHARMACISTS, Stationery and G i pu.t -- ciji . ' Hatch. y t'b jicln' KKiltluDi tfurUlj cmiuucJ AIW JEWELERS- The Largest Stock of Vatohes, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverwara Krr AMOS BMg3BBg J. A Noted iloiirnnllst and Author. Mr. Cummings is ono of tho best known Journalists in America. When twelve years jld ho learncsl to Rt typo, nnd at thirteen left homo and travelled throughout tho country, setting typo In nenrly overy Mate In tho Union. Ho served his term in tho nrmy in New Jersey Volunteers, tho Twenty-sixt- h corresponding men nl I mo with Tho Newark Ho wns cfllclally Journal and Tho Mercury. mentioned for gnllntitry In tho battlo on tho heights of Fredericksburg, May 0, lMla Ho entered Tho Trrbunp editorial rooms in tho 'all of liW, lwlng plnced in clmrgo of tho neekly. Ho wan afterwnnls night editor, :ity editor and political editor of '1 he Tribune. He went to Tho Sun as managing editor in December, IS'JS. Ho was nfterwnnls managing editor of Tho Now York Express, but loon returned to Tho Sun, where he has sinco remained as correspondent and awocluto dltor. At tho most hotly cont"Rtod election sver liohl by tho New York Press Club, which numbers 600 inei ibers, Mr. Cumming as e lected president, ro ing his popularity York journalists. lrmit!tit to Ihlaiuaikrt Prim lawtr than the I wnt. WatchM, Clocks ami Jrwrltr I!- alrtl 00 abort notlcs and WairantuJ. m, XL UNDERTAKER, AND WWMOL U'm-iiitrw- e Dealer in ! fe THE LATE BISHOr ISAAC W. WILEV. iiv A Full and complete aMsorfuient of Furniture, euibracliiK everything from the ClicapcHt to the Flu cut Parlor HuHch. Xe need to go t the large cltlen to make your purchattCN, no matter what qiiHiitily or qunllty you want, iih I can and will duplicate any prlccH you can obtain clHcwhere, freight being added. Abie a full aaHortmcnt ol CodltiN, Cac, tShroudH and Iloben, embrao Ing all the New Ntylen, both cheap and cxpciiHive. U'aro room oppoHlto Nt. ANapli Hotel, Mtaiiford, Ky. J ot l Prei dent Iliirw (irowr' of tlwi National Cuttle and Aolntlon. if quired. The Boston Advertiser says: caat by the State of Texaa in the late election showed a total of 318.195. Of this number, Mr. Cleveland received 223,208, giving him the enormous plurality of 134,-85- 5 and a clear majority of 128,021, which is, with one exception, the largest majority ever given a Presidential ticket in a single State. In 1872 Pennsylvania gave Gen. Grant 135,918 majority over Mr. Greeley, and thia year it gave 81,019 plurality over Mr. Cleveland. Texaa cast only 3,321 votes for Butler, but gave St. John 3,511. The increase in the vote of Texas since 1880 ia 85,208, which tallies with the remarkable advance of the State in wealth nnd business activity. It is indeed the Empire State of the 8outh." "The vote sionary to Foochow, remaining four years. After a second visit to China and Japan in 1877 ns n bishop ho publMiod ft book, tho result of his observations, and has sinco been cjnsfdored nn authority on matters pertaining to theso countries. Ho hold many important stations in tbe church during his life. In 1SG4 ho was chosen editor of The Ladies Repository, a Cincinnati publication. Dessert Ilescrtttl. Ohlcnijo Tho sudden death of Bishop Wiley at China, whilo on his third visit to tho Mcthoilist missions In tho East w as A shock to his numerous friends in tho United (states, whoro ho was well known as a conscientious nnd energetic church worker. Ho was born In rniston, Pa., in bej.an llfo as a medical practitioner in 1847 at . Pottsvillo, Pa. In 1S50 ho went as a medical misFoo-cho- JMBft ii hs. MJd Fur. NL?rv-r-- v vy Taylor Manufacturing Co, CH AMBERSBURG, PA. Fivo Awards at the Louisvillo Expoiil tion in 1883. HriKloea from 2 to I.V) horwt power. Saw Mills frou, t.'OO to the largest aUnd.ird ilrrs. I'ortiibli) Corn 15; u. OEOnOE AUOUSTUS HENIIY SALA. Mills from (he Noith Carolina Mill Stone Co., the lMt Mills In the world for making meal for table Writs Ut price,., Aadrcwi GEO. D. WEAKER P. HAMTON, OENEUALAQT., STAHroaD, K eat his Christmas dinner in England, and After all Georgo Augustus Bala means to ltnmblrJ In the focus of a burning glaw the lun'a rayj will melt the most refractory mhsUnces. Tbe beat, then, of the sun h most intense. If we were aa near the sun a we are to the moon tbe whole solid Toothsome. earth would melt away aa wax. Were the (New Yoik Sim miles -- ua norrounded by a coat of lea fifty A litorary man nsked a friend who was i hick, it would be melted in one minute's personally familiar with tho home life of the fas. One acre of the sun's beat supjliea Lyttoai whether ho thought Lord Lytton .nergy aufficient, if it were valuable, to o'ci did i sally bito ids wife. Tho reply was: "Tht I cannot nay; but I know that if I had iron all theateam engines en the earth. Hy$S only a week with her 1 should havo Gold aakleta are the Jatcit novelty denoco." . smong fobloSable young1 ladies. A Chios-..nlnvArkansaw Travolor: "Burial on tho installment nlan" Is nn. boiicht one for hia girl but it iiounccu in x'niiaacipuia as "putting respect- worl' is ober in danger. r i.w w able burial witliln tho reach of nil" ruined him. It took too much gold v engineering party in Dakota that had seated thcmiclvc nt thoir dinner tablo in n tent, when a party of com boys rodo up. One of them dismounted, and, thrusting his pistol into tho middlo of a rico puddinj; that was placed in tho centre of tho tablo, called out: "Who over wants puddin must ask me." No cue seemed to caro for dossort that day. A story canto to mo the other duy of an will sail for New York a dny or two afterward, and this when he has declared in several of his books thnt ouo can got a b3tter dinner in Now York than nny where else in tho world. Mr. Sola visited us first in' 1603, as a newspaper correspondent, and on his return in ISM published tho result of his observations under tho title of "America in the Midst of tho War." After u second visit ho published in 1SS2, "America Revisited." What view ho wjll present of us t.s tho result of his present trip will be looked for with intense interest, as Mr. Bala 1s n man of largo exporienco as a traveller and correspondent, which has given his mind a breadth, together with a fairly unbiassed faculty for recording his observation, that will render his criticisms of us important if they should bo unpleasant. Mr. Bala is tho son of nn Italian His mother was a favorite Engllsh'singcr. It was intended that ho should follow art ns n profession, but ho early quitted this for literature, taking Charles Dickens ns his style and model. Following this master has brought him wealth and fame. Do ' j'B-A-ioinsCOL. tuistimitAiioa Tiarcllns Agent rs torrltory required that a national convention, tho first of its kind, was recently held In St. I0uls, which was attended by nearly 1,000 dolegntcs representing an nggregato Tho convention capital of f2,000,000,000. lasted ono week nnd besUlo formulating several measures to bo brought boforo congress for tho protection of their interests resulted In tho formntlon of a permanent organization to bn known as tho National Cattlo nnd Co), R. D. Horso Grower's association. Hunter, n well known enterprising citizen of St. I .on Is, was chosen Its (list president. Boston Transcript: Wanted: A turkey with four Icgi ami six wish bones. mo oisnon or Peterborough' onco said' that Iho most trying sermon of his lifo was preached in tho queen's private chapel, her majesty and flvo othin formlnj tho congra-sutiou. Tho businc&s of "stock raising" has of so great importanco through tho amount of capital inostcd and tho cxteusivo It 1 1I D. nUNTEH. 111 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons and Buck Boards. Gompnny; also several Columbus lluggy A largo consignment received from the Spikes Wagon Company's Yeliicles, Whluh I am authorized to Hell at very Low Price to reduce S Htoch. These Vehicles are all FI and Necoud to none made. ElST-ULAS- &3ESO. perfeckshun o'.dls Do rlpo npplo is Jo . . D. VirXSARISIff, i , COMMISSION BIERCHANT. ( Stmt Veeklii nfefio VOLUME XIIL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1884. mtfnaL N RW SERIES-NUMBER 3 401: WAR TO THE KNIFE! KNIFE TO THE HOLLOW! SRsli m w im JfrM BB 4 Q TBat T II BU iimvT Sl EI5VL ) THE OE.T CLOSING OUT AST. Hill S-HiE- S J. W. Hayden's Store Let the peoi)le read it in reeling italics. This is a bona-fid$g!IlB& fBWT not a CLEARANCE SALE! iour Thousand Dollars sold in iNovemoer; Ten Thousand jmust go in December. This is the week for the Bladiy SI&fBgMeil af Bsces $ 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 e f L Having determined to quit the goods business on account of lniling health, I have made up my mind to stand any sacrifice that is necessary to close out m stock at onco FOll CASH. W. HAYDEM. 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 J. EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT ! GREAT SLAUGHTER OF FINE CLOAKS ! WELSH & WISEjSLlSr, How Sht Was Met D-A-ISTVILLEL . Owing to the unfaovrable 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 dsty, and S the week following the Entire Stock at A BSA ABIFIMso. Ladies who have not yet WELSH & WISEMAN. bought their Winter wraps will iind this a rare opportunity to do traveler politely rendeieli ltilfi train met her SUCH assisyjnce mm mo nviuu.. by permitting him to talk to her. Ho became quite friendly, and desired to know where she lived, jrd who she was, "Oh," she replied, "I'm only an ordinary little woman, but my friend persist in tryiiiR to make me somebody.' "Ah," wan the gallant answer, ''I am euro they net quite wisely and in good A gentlemanly merchant on "' J t&ctp !' Positive Cure for Piles. The skeleton of a man seven feet long To the people of this county wa would say that has been found under the roots of n huge we have been given the agency ol Dr. Marchlsl's 11 LOO AX. UtO llustonville, Ky. and Trade-MarCavet, securtd, 2WMf tree r.ear Victoria, British ColumJia. It is Italian rile. Ointment emphatically guaranteed all other patent causes In the Patent Oltlco and and bein a state of cood preservation and looks to euro or mo.iey refunded Internal, Extcrcal, fore the Courts promptly and tarefully a tended Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SO cents to UKn receipt of model or sketch ol Invention, I A. like the rcmaius of n mun who his not a box. No cure, ua piy. Penny A McAUitcr, nukearefiil examination, and advise ai to patcuki: l'ou i'ii.kn. ed?" been dead Ion?. The treo is feven fret in Drufglsts. entability free of charge. "Oh, ye, certainly, it is ft hus bind." Plica aro frequently prmded I j n im of Height minipier anu proooiy nunureim m jmrr mnilerute, and I make no chttroe THE INTERIOR JOURNAL on tho arm of the seat for a In ilia lack, lolin ninl lower part of the abdomen, Daughters, Wives and Mothers. tfil'fNM jtrirVuf In Hrciirttt. Information, He t showing that the skeleton must be ana special relerencea sent on application old, We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's Ca- - advice And the Loulsvllla minute, and then went into the next car earning Mia patient to suppose lioliaaaiiiiinNVct!uii A skeleIjMTTKIsI.. r iiflglilvrlu,; organs. At tlmci, that of a man living ages back. ol Hi) kidneys thollcan, a female remedy, to euro Female Dlscas- - ( Near U. H. Paten t Office.J. It.Washington, D. C. humped bis hefcd on the wood-hoilh il. ,and , ton of a bsby was also found sjniptomaof Indlgpatiou nro preteut, in lluliil.-nc- j Courier-Journ- al es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and , Merchant Traveler. a hit UVcn the lesd In MlKSiKlnrM of tlm Mumiuli, etc, A moliture, like Ulceration, Tailing and dtsplacemsnt or bearing i the salts o( ihtt elm ol THIS IDEA OP GOIXO WEST One year for only 83 two pipers for little disagreeable Itching, k riplratlon, prodiiiln,; u ciy feeling, Irregalartttles, Barrenness, Change , rcmedlei, ami hi, jiren Curi la more than the prlcoof one. puro sir to relieve down ' 1 to a luvj.l sluiutt unlxrul stiulic MiUOUEUTS A. STAGO, aftir getting vurtn, I a wry rominoii nttcudant to Colorado or New Mexico, forAny reaiouatloman of Life, Leucorrhsa, besides many weaknesses lion, rautrtatwil di Consumption, li all a mliluae MURPIIV nROS, u niruurt. he DrugRliti, vim are nUiji leaking After (no Blind, Bleeding nnd I telling rilcajltlilatoniuto the. aprlngtug from tho above, like Headache, BloatBy paying us SJ you will recelvo for one year I'arlf , Ter nould uto Dr. Doianlo'a Cough and Lung Sj nip for ing, Sjlnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous of tliclr customers, have now secured tho application of Dr, IVmaiiWs l'lle lieuiedy, which net Ohatwoa the dor of your home paper with the Wrdttlrt,, th. l, lbs fall Iho public an I now finks representative newspaper directly upon tho porta aflVcted, abnorblng tho Comumptlon In ull lt flrat stagee. It neer IJomtnWa Cough and Lung S) rup, muHid of IU. of the South, democratPalpitation of the Heart, Ac. For tale by lEnuCiialalCa. aroona tha leading MeUl In all caea of Cougln, Coldi, ic aud for n "You flitter me, ilr, and yet I have no doubt a band will meet me at the station when I arrive in Cincinnati," as'Indeed'." he replied in open-eyetonishment. 'Yen, and the same band is always ready The term "old maid" is to be abolished to most rco. Isn't that flittering?" Let it be "Very my dear miss; but ma I oak and "bachlette" substituted. honor- done by all means. always mi What band it is that "I'OLLUlll.vo" the Skik. Fashionable women and girls in New York always have their arms and necks "polished" before going to a hall or other entertainment where thev appear with very decollete dress. The polishing greatly beautifies the Hkin. First tho arms and neck are rubbed very thoroughly with roe water. After this has been rubbed oQ', the Areas and tho should ers are covered with cold cream, which is allowed to remain on fifteen minutes This is then rubbed olT with a piece of fine, soft white flinnei and the arms and shoulders are covered with "baby" powder and rubbed very thoroughly. This Gnishes tho When this is completed operation. they look like polished matble, ami the skin reenis to take on a wonderful fine The- Argonaut. and beautiful texture. There is a boy in Altoona that should List Sundav evening he crawl- cJ under the sofa, and when his big sister and her best young wan were sitting as t close together as poMible.rigged a feet. When the old gentlearound their man came into the parlor to look for his cigar stub they thought they would occupy separate pews. The young man fell over the centre table and Mary sut down upon the floor, with a two hundred to the square inch concussion that dislocated ber .bangs. The old gentleman thought that Ado'phua wrs drunk and hit him with bis cane sixteen times before he could get himself loo?e and fall out of tho window. The match is declared oQ. be killed. slip-kno- Lei's than twelve months ago, Mrs. Hugh ISIair, near Chattanoosa gave birth BiirarsKNTSto threo children, all of which are living and in good health. Siturday evening the & same lady gave birth to two boys and a Loulavllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indlanapolla, dealers In ijtelnway A Sodi' Decker Uro.', girl, making six children born to her in Ind., Halnca', J. A C. KUcher, Vose A Sonj', Baldwin A Co.'a Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Fortes, than a year. Ies -- XVS.tOl'S I W F McCLABY X. It. ISulflwin Co., Is a candidate for represent itlve of Lincoln county, subject to the action ol the democracy. JOHM II- - SIILUSR Is a candidate 'or renresenlatlveorUncolu county In tho next legislature, subject to ths astlas-o- f the democracy. also the Estey, tibonlnger and Hamilton Organs' Post-offic- Easy to See Through How ran a watch no matter how costly be to go when the malmprlng wont operate How can any one be well when tils ttomacb, liver or kldncyi are out of order? Of couro you say, 8TANFOItD. KY. "lie can nst." Yet thousandi of people drag along uiUerably In that condition, not lick absd, W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. but not able to work with comfort and energy. Eight complete seta of 8wn-erUow fooltib, when a bottle or two of Parker's BijeofStage.TZOxW. Seating capacity, Including gallery, 600 Tonic would act them all right. Try It, and get Reasonable rates to good attractions. Addre back vour health and snlrlts. Instruments auldnt prices and terms to auit purchasers. Don't give jour orders till you get our prices and terms. Danville, Ky. Saw OPERA HOUSE. MillFor Sale! y Haying determined to change my business, I ofler for sale (privately) my Saw Mill, sltuateJon Brush Creek, in Casey county, Ky. The Engine u oi.uuuarj; uounr 4'jxii; r.agine lUi.'ti; uoun ter Shaft Ulteet. Edging 8awand Orlst Mill attached. Tho property Is n and In Good Riiimliir; Order., Timber plenty and accessible, f would be willing to exchange lor Rood farm stock, such as Milieu, Horses, Cattlo, Ac. rersons wismug torngsge in me luniucr Business will find a good oitulng by applying to Grand CombiiintioM Weekly il liter-ou- t Courier-Journa- ll) tlmt never full to euro Colli, Palu In lh li .1, mill ull Lung AtTeatlons. for pruof Coughs, Regular alio W cuts y n free sample bottl' Uil Tumors, allnjlng tlm lntono Itclilngiiml aflKtlngu permanent cure. I'rlto 0 ccnti. Aililrcai tlie Dr. Iloianko McOleluo Co., 1'i'juii, Olilo. EoM by SIcItob-trti- i $1.00 Ugi. to glio relief Talna In tuo Cheit and all affcctlona that are comldered primary to Coniumptlon. 1'rlce, 60 cents 8tgg. audSl.OO. Sold ly Mcltoberta Ilron-chill- s, i druggists. Prices ft and 1 CO per bottle. Send to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, freo. For sale by Fenny A McAllstrr, Druggist. Clnalnnatl.1 Ohio. emel oi me oiiaom. A. U. SMI III. Scl.lby Iiruftrists, llrdrM, rs. ItkeflVV, tariff for revenue ouly, and the beat, brightest and ablest family weekly In the United States. Those who desire to examine a sample, copy of tbe.Courltr-Jvuraalcdig j! JUls 3i!U? w StmMtityffitxmMwml Stafford, One of the? New Orleans Exposition will r the features of thataolidays at .1 be a REV. GEO. O.VBARrlES. y W. P. World's Christmas tree 50 feeLhigh, illum December 10, 1884 inated with electric lights. A glimpse of it will bj to the small boy as near a vision of heaven itself as he can ever see in this WALTON. world. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. LETTER FROM ENGLAND "PRAIHI3 THE X.OItI," 1 Park Terrace. IIkihoate. London.) Nov. 29th, 18841. 3" beginning" and will liar from the never mend his ways. It is a great com pliment when he takes special pains over any pMrticular person. It is a sure sigu that the object of his malice Is doing good and giving trouble to the powers of dark ness, lifer in Jesus, Geo, U. uarne. is "a DANVILLE, BOYLE C0UN1T.I &" SI fi " ' T B f- " ' OPENED -- S ' ' ti f a. SB- -" The three eldest boys of Mr. Wm. O. We shall never forget the Morley Hall lever. meeting. To this day I don't know to what Goodloe are ill with typho-malariwas wooed, won and married by a man Mr. Wm. Leathers and Mlsi Susan party or sec the brethren who worship Darned Craig, but after a breezy married there belong, It is a wooden cove to a Bugg obtained license to marry SiturJay life of a few years, the divorce court gave railway arch on the Great Eastern, where evening. Lcmtha desired relief and then the giddy Mr. Soc. Owens, of Hustonr ille, was the road passes along a densely populated wonu allowed herself to become the wife district, on a level with the vcond s'orlcs In town Monday, also Rsv. Jno. M. Bruce, oflocwcid, whom by her peeulfar notion! of the houses. The supporting arches are of Stanford, of the rights of women she led a merry Mr. Lanier, of Wayne county, will utilized In various ways and yield a consid dance. We did not publish these truths erable revenue to the road in rents. Our shortly move into the property recently during the campaign for tbo reasons that hall held about 400 comfortably and 500 occupied by Mr. C. W. Metcalfe. we did not wish to injure the lady's chances For hitting a friend ovet the head on crowded From the beginning the spirit of for the Presidency and for the more potent the LORD came "like a rushing, mighty Sunday evening with an iron poker, Jnmea one that we did not know them at the wind and filled the house" where we were O'Brien was fined teu dollars and coets in lime. Had we done so she might hare reassembled. It exceeded any thing I have the police court, Monday morning. ceived a fewer'number of vole than'either The will of J. A. Bottoms, late of everyet witnessed. We were sorely limitSt. John or Ben Butler. was admitted to record in the county ed for space and the imperfect ventilation We give on our eighth page some strong made a stifling atmosphere. But the dear court Monday. Doyle C Robert;, qualifi but nevertheless deserved criticisms of the LORD carried us through without any ed as executor without security according Court of Appeals by the morning papers of mishaps beyond a faint or two. I came to the terms of the will. . Louisville for granting a new trial to the ville. vary near "keeling over" myself, the last The Danville Cooking Club was hand Georgia and'Wyomirig Territory each condemned murderer Rankin. The court night, when tbe asphyxiated air was touler soraely entertained by Miss Maggie Row eat present constituted seems to think contributed a murderer to the gallows Fri- than usual, but I cast mself in prayer on land Friday night. Miss Uetlie Craig and that its sole duty is to hunt even with a day. Both went direct to their heavenly the dear LORD and recovered immediate- Mr. W. J, Davis agisted Miss Rowland in microscope for technicalities that will pre- - home. ly. Many wondrrfu) bodily cures were receiving the guests. John Smidy shot and killed John wrought by the Great Physician and the rent law breakers who are ame to pay lor Bills announcing that Maggie Mitch, it from suffering the consequences of their Force at Jclllco and the people of that town three weeks' mission closed in most glorious ell's great play, "Little Barefoot' is to be crimes. It deserves to be brought into are hunting for him to treat him to a rope blessing. presented at the Opera House at Stanfdnl, J contempt and we are glad to see such lead necktie. Then we came back to Bro. Lambourne's on the night of the 20th Inst, have been Tie bill to suspend the coinage.of the handsome and roomy ibenacle where we posted in Danville. The performance is . jog papers assist to that end. silver dollar ha been virtually defeated by for the benefit of the Stanford Gold anil To the credit of the Court of Appeals being referred to the committee ob Banking had such a blessed meeting last Spring. Last night that series of services closed, Silver band. feejt said, it overruled a petition for a re- - and Currency. $j, . .. . memorable "labor of T'.-- l The Danville Literarv Club, Anaconafter one month i ueorge .ueicaer, wn? nnjj in me case 01t It Two Idaho cowboys fought a duel with HAS ,OW OPEN A It was Morley Hall over again, da, met Friday night at the residence of 21 years imprisonment knives, their left hands tied together. One love." was sentenced to times as large a congregation. Prof. O. Beatt). "The President's Mes- for the killing of Dr. Evans in Nicholas-vill- e received twelve stabs. and the other seven- only three The tabernacle seats 1,500, crowded On sige" was discussed by Messrs. M. J. Dur- and took the same action in the case teen, and both died. . Sunday nights there was hardly standing ham, C. II. Redes, Jas. L. Allen, J. O. of Redmon for killing Secrist at Paris. In the severe storm on the Rippahan-noc- k room and at the otherWvices an average Young, J. W. Yerkes, O. Beatly, S. W. If these two worthies are permitted to sufRiver, Va., twenty-fiv- e coored men, of 800 or 900 all through the month. At Crutcher, L S. McMurtry and S. E Pierce. fer the penalties imposed for their crimes, who were out in their boats toocing for the eleventh hour last night it was decided Other membeis present were .Messrs. Nelthe effect will be most ealutary and, in a oysters were drowned. . ,, to turn the meeting into one for testimo- son, Pules, Walton, Johuctone and Cheek. seftsore relieve the impression that men Currier's Band, of Cincinnati,--, have experiences nar- Tho club will meet next lime with Prof. J. with money and influence never need fear left for New Orleans. They have the con- nies, and the spontaneous OF rated with simple. eloquence by ;plain peo-nl- e B. Walton. punishment in this State, tract tor furnishing music during the Ex"filled with the Spirit." were Indeed "The While House" is an elabli.h- Instead of forcing Cornelison to ail as position. They get $52,400. wonderful to hear. Such beaming, happy ment on Mill RowinthcEtst End of town, iteen should have been done, Le was al- river,Eight large glaen factories along the fares I have rarely seen; and the uniform where individuals, ot both sexeo, with opposite Wheeling, from Billaire to lowed to give bail and take his case to the witness to the power of the gospel of "God liberal notions about crerything meet to Coart of Appeals. Aa soon aa the verdict Martin's Ferry, employing about 2 500 men is LOVE" and nothing else, without any fiddle and dance, and cut up shines generfining and imprisoning him was rendered have closed for the winter. choking or hesitancy on the last clause of Six convicts broke from the 'guards at the sentence, was beyond our most sanguine ally, of Saturday evenings. It was to this be absented himself and did not show up retreat that officer French went Sunday until it w as decided that he did not have Coal Creek, Tenn. Two of them were kill- expectations. It is inded "rooted" already morniog to arrest Dallas Thuruian on a ed outright and one seriously wounded by to.go to jail. The Court of Appeals should in east London, so that not "all the King's charge of csrrylng a concealed weapon, reverse the sentence and if possible add a the volley that was fired after them. horses and all the King's men" can uproot Dallas saw him coming and tied and would Texas has now about C.017,621 cattle, eort of a premium for scoundrels who will it. The King of darkness, I mean. Praise not stop until three shots had been fired, cowhido a judge every time he makes a according to assessors' returns, valued at the LORD. one behind him, one in front of him, and over $31,000,000. The increase in number doubtful decision we go out Id miles into the suburb one at htm, be tnen dropped tils ancnor this year has been over 500,000, worth of Busbey, where we are invited for a and waa run in, Monday morning his bill Tub people of Trimble county, which by a dear young Congregational min before tbe police court was $51.50, and not bad BOt had a murder for forty years till The democrats of Davenport, la., have In tho line of Toys thoro nro "Higher Life" after having the cash to settle he was sent to the lael week, were so incensed at having their sent a leather medal to Dr. Burchard. It ister, who entered the reading the 3J chapter of the English work house, ENGINES, WAGONS, CARTS, SLEDS, enviable reputation as a law loving and law bears the inscription' ''Rum, Romanism and WnEELHARHOWS GUVS and Hants to John Jottt, who is accused of carry abiding community broken, that had not Rebellion," and "Presented by a grateful edition of "God's Love Story" PISTOLS, SWOKDS. STOVES, KITCHEN SETS MUGS hear more about the wondrous gospel that ing concealed weapons and "running a spirited off to Louiiville feeling." tie aarJeier bein WATCHES, CORNET, DRUMS, 1'LVnoV revolutionized his life and ministry. blind tiger" at Williamsburg, was arrested fortufe keeping he would have followed The care of John F. Sexton, for the has will," toDOLLS, FALSE FACES, PIC- hie victim to the great unknown. What killing of George Rowden in Knox county, We begin there, "if the,LORD Saturday morning on the banks of Salt morrow morning (Sunday) and trust for a River in this county by Marshall Tom glorious country we would have were in July, 134, was affirmed, and Sexton will TlRE ROOKS, murderers regarded with the same loathing be bung in accordance with the verdict of mighty blessing. Helm, of Junction City, and delivered to a ,bs" ihat can not b8iven ,n t,,is If we can get lodgings we may shut up Williamsburg officer who took him for trieverywhere! the lower court. 8,,ace- -No. 4 for a couple of weeks. If not, the al. It' must not be supposed from the The Court of Appeals has reversed the Jucoe Reagan says that it would not and leive mama and above that Mr. Jones is suspected of havgirls and I will go be the proper thing for Clevelaud to offer decision sentencing Frank Rankin to life ing pursued a fierce and rapacious animal imprisonment for the murder of Martin Will to "abide by the stuff" lhepoaition of Postmaster General to a We have had such a delicious treat in of the genus Tigris, who had been deprived Cody in Louisville. Now let it give CorIn Fireworks enn be found man who held that position in Jeff Davis' the way of a visit from Missej Laura and of his eyesight, although our opening state cabinet and that he would not accept it if nelison relief. SKY ROCKETS, ROMAN CANDLES, Ky. They TORPEDOES, LARGE AND The estate of Reuben R. Springer, the Bessie White, of Clay county, ment might reasonably imply as much. he did. He says his one ambition is to left us on tbe 21st Inst, to embark on the The blind tiger Mr. Jones' name has been Cincinnati philanthropist, is estimated at round off his public career as Governor of Servia, Cunard steam ship, which sailed the associated with is a shrewd device invented ' V" Texas and whence think that that grand SL'jiMW.UW to $a,00O,WO. lie gave away for the benefit of his kind during bis life next day. We had them all to ourselves by a gallant ton of our proud old Commonv . old State gave Cleveland some 135,000 mafar a week. Didn't we enjoy it? Exiles wealth for use in local option towns, and jority, tbo honor ought to satisfy any man lime about it half a million . , Capt Dudley and Mate Stephens, of only know tbe full answer to this question is thus explained: A sovertlgn desirous of It can truthfully bo aid that his Candies are tho purest, flaat &d ,,rettle,t. Vb-- of sense. a . Our old friend, Chas. Kincaid,'E'q.,tame warming up bis system with London, who, while castaway in open enThey embrace In a letter refuting the charges that he boat, killed a cabin boy for food an keep to see us for a few hours on his way to ters a room and sees nothing corn juice,conto except a offered to sell outo the republicans, St. WCIOUfc , C IREA.MS, FRUIT.CARAMELS, taemsjlves alive, have been convicted of Italy to fulfil his mission in connection trivance resembling an elevator in mina-lurCHOCOLATE, MARSH- - . John sayr. "If I had desired to have sold murder and with the removal of the sculptor, Joel T. MALLOWS TAFFY, TOY HEARTS, sentenced to death. He places three nickels in the small FRUITS AND ANI tar principles for money or office I could the sight of a The candy factory of Gray, Toynton & Hart. Again we enjoyed elevator, the weight of the money sets ma.I,IVNI)-FlU2NCIIJIlXED.AND-bare dose eo jean ago and would not have Fox, tr .. at Ditroit, was destroyed by fire Sat- familiar face, and those who know bow chinery in motion and the money is carwaited to have negotiated with a party that pleasantly friend Charley can talk about ried through a small hole in the ceiling to urday, and three girls, Frances Miesmore, .a jHeralljr and financially bankrupt." It aged 14, Annie Lynch, aged 2S, and El- - the very things one wants to hear, will ap- an upper story. Almost Immediately the Join order now for Ben Butler to enlighten ltn Colgase, aged 17, were burned to death, preciate the pleasure we had in his too elevator decends and in place of the three tn anxious world as to his po.'it'on. Can At Lebanon Saturday the jury in the brief visit. He railed again last Sunday, inickels the sovereign finds a glass rootain behold up his hand and swear as much? case of Lawrence Clayton, for the murder but we were all out and he has sailed for ing "from three to five fingers" of mountain In Fruits there are dew which be takes in his right hand and The organ of the Court of Appsals at of Wash Burks, returned a verdict of guil- home without our seeing him again. Oir friends are all well and domestic by bending bis elbow conveys it to his ORANGES, LEMONS BANANAS, Faaakfort, aa ws supposed it would when ty of manslaughter, fixing the punishment RAISINS, FIGS, DATES, CO-- 4 and social life in Higbgate without much mouth where it soon after disappears bethe Louisville pipers exposed the mainir at tno years' confinement in the penitenCOANUTS AND APPLES. change since I Ut wrote. We have heard tween his pearly teeth. The Sovereign nl methods of that body, comes to its res- - tiary. The democratic members have given from our dear Charley Wood from Ausue in a column or two of labored defense. then clears his throat, puts a clove in his notice that they will not support the Mexi- tralia. The LORD kept him from seaThe Ycman might aid in the suppression mouth and goes out among the busy can pension bill unless it is rid of the Sensickness, with many rough days of sailing throngs of men and swears "damfe" bought of jaaurder and other crimes by ceating to ate amendment, striking out the provision that sickened all the rest. Even Captain Under the head of Nuts oorao ioady to the powera that be and tellinz the whisky in that house, and didn't see a for pensioning all soldiers for tbe Union in and some of the sailors were "queer" at any troth even if it does shime the devil. ivingaoul while he wat in there. tbe late war. ALMONDS, BRAZILS, FILBERTS, times. We all Praise the LORD for it, for PECANS, ENGLISH WAL. Manaoino Editor Finley, of the LouisThe Bureau of Agriculture has issued we know who is at the bottom of the deSTATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. UTS AND ROASTED PEANUTS. ville Ihit, who is to become a Benedict this a report on the prices of farm products, liverance, whatever unbelievers may say. CST"State Papers inteteeted ic public edweek, ia discussing at length in his paper showing a general tendency downward-Cor- n George has lost his raven. , Jack is now the question "on how small a salary can a has been lower but once in ten years but a droll memory of the "Grange" and ucation please ccpy, The programme for the Association, Dec. man ventura to marry?" He has figured and wheat and oats have neyer been report some rascal has realiz:d a couple of guin 129 lb, is to determine the basis for tbe un it down and finds that $750 per year is the ed ts low by tbe bureau. In tho way of Cakes can bo had eas by the nefarious transaction. ion of the teachers, and to elaborate a syslowest notch and if he can't get his salary The average price of corn is 3GJc. It Polly, since the Wood Green meeting, tem for the public echpols in the State. LEMON WAFERS, FROSTED HONEY, raised to that he intends to strike. has been lower but twice In ten years, 1877 has become intoxicated over the letter "L." TEA & ICED TEA FANCY and 1878. The average farm price of George eays that she never tires of repeat- It is expected that every teacher will come FINGERS, GINGER SNAPS AND GINGER The attention of theOwensboro Alusen with his suggestions for needed reforms OAKES. That's the way to spell written out in full, also with a discussion werie called to the fact that the Papilhon wheat Is 05 cents per bushel, against 91 ing cents hut December. The average value my name." And she Insanely persists in Jkin Cute Company has failed and that of any branch of the great subject of educadeparture, and tion, he or she may elect. Tbe suggestions ihey will not pay over 25 per cent, on ad- of oats is 28 cents against 33 cents last De- this new orthographical vertising done previous to that time and cember and 37 to 35 cents in 1882. will have it no other way. If Webster, and discussions are to be referred to appro Below is a list of Fancy Groceries now Skeene, the man who ravished and Worcester and Johnson differ, so much the in stock and fresh nothing for that done since. We dislike to priate committees and their remarks conrobbod a woman 85 yjars old near Louis- worse for them. She knows how to spell ee so excellent a paper give its space to a sidered by the whole convention. A num 01 GRANTS. SEEDLESS RAISINS Mmrv ville, was given 20 vein in the penitenti- her own name and that is enough for her. Mwindling yankee consern gratis. ber of the leading teachers are expected to MACARONI, CREAM CHEESE, OATMEAL ary. The jury wouil have found a verGeorge advanced the money out of be in Louisville on tbe evening of Dec. Dear HO MI There ia a new postoffice in Pulaski dict of death or life imprisonment, but did his scanty income for "God's Love Story." 20th, at Fifth Avenue Hotel, where a prewhich bears the euphonious name of Nannot want to give the Court of Appeals a 3.000 were printed. Dear Charley Cheyse HONEY, CRACKERS, DRIED PEACHES liminary meeting of the Vice Presidents cy and we would suggest that the Louischance to do extra work in the case. has worked like a beaver at it and issued and others is to be held. Let as many AND APPLES, ALL THE SPIOES man, who failed to get appoint-- d ville Tima Hiram Hayes and James F. Montgom- a beautiful book, but ha,s almost worked come as may, there is plenty of work impostmaster at Caunky Gal, Col., AND CANNED GOODS IN ery, attorneys, engaged on the same side of for nothing thus far. I hope his abundant portant work for all. It is easy to find pply at once for Nancy. She is fully aa a case in GREAT VARIETY. the Russell Circuit Court, had a reward is not far off-e- ven the "100 fold" faults in the present educational system of .:hnnky and being a Puliski girl she must difficulty in which Hayes shot Montgomery, down here. About 1,000 copies have been Kentucky; let tbe teachers by their repree pretty. a serious injury only being prevented by a sold. The religious papers refuse to notice sentatives in convention assembled, give Am item is going the rounds that Senator blank-boin the latter' pocket. They it. Thoeewhodo, both clerical" and lay, the remedy for this legion of evils. I were well if every county and city were Of course you will will not buy your Blackburn said that he has received over were arrested and Hayes held In $1,000 to work-ingiChristmas Trix without seeing abuse it, for the most part. But it is represented. tho iinfi i00 letters from hungry cfilce seek ere, answer. way steadily into many hearts and I President Bute Teachers Association, display at r hereat the Somerset litpublican aptly The State Penitentiary now contains a large circulation In due time. that the bulk of them no doubt 700 convicts that ara being kept in idleness predict Gen. Sherman asserted some time oince The second volume will follow (D. V.) as that Mr. Jefferson Davis, while President .ame from the Blackburn family. But at the State's expense. It is costing, the soon aa the sale reaches the third thousand. of the Confederate States, wrote a letter in ome to think of it, what can the Black-jurn- a State about $200 per day, but by January The next is to be a revision oi tne x.unu a which he threatened to force certain States do besidca hold offices? 1, or at least by the middle of January, Prayer In its new form I trust the "Love to remain in the Confederacy. The misCor. Main Presldsnt Arthur will start the ma- tnere will be brought in from outside work Story" will be increasingly ured by the sive, addressed lo Gov. Vance, of North Sts., Carolina, was published yelerdy, h'i chinery atthe New Orleans Exposition by 450 more, This wi I L increase the expense LORD. there i nothinir in the letter io corn'iM touching an eltctric button placed in; the to more than J!J25 per day. ,rRichrr.ond Tnank you for defending me against the uen. Hliertnsn h Hsfertlon. uen. ar.erman HegV.e-- . White Home for iLIh special purpose charges of infidelity and death. The devil is therefoioa liar. Tillie Wllkins. BelvA Lockwood's maiden name wae In her younger days she Dear Interior(Cotloutd from Hit time.) AND- The dynamiters tried to blow up the famous London Bridge Sunday. Judge John C. Babbage, father of the proprietor of the Breckenridge Xeut, is dead. Congressman Morrison opposes the reciprocity treaties with Spain, Mexico and Hawaii. President Arthur sent a special mess sage to the Senate recommending the adoption of the Spanish treaty. Dr. Bob Morris, of LaGrange, was crowned Poet Laureate of Free Masonry in the World at New York yesterday. Gov. Knott and Secretary McKensle have gone to New Orleans to be present at the opening of the Exposition Ex Speaker Randall will be in Louis ville, Monday 29th Inst, and make a speech at night. From Louisville he goei'to Nashy. a READY FOR YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN. All-ceto- n, T. R. WALTON The Cheap Grocer. 5 COR. Ml ft SOMERSET STS. A -- L- iiiristiiias fiettSa co.xsistixg or 0 Toys, Fireworks,Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Cakes. To-da- y fort-nig- f!0,M1' iv t r' fs , ' Jfy i, TSJ?UXES' ok ! ts T. R. WALTON'S, and Somerset Stanfbi-d,- - - Kentucky. J&- - Stmi-ffittcekl- fi nitriorlournnI Docombor 10, 1884 LOCAL ris. at Fhksii Finn alwayu on hand. J. T. below Har- The Stanford, Ky., finest lino of overcoat coat Kla'. l. AN. stall train TIME C4RD. Cdbtom mhde boats and (hoes below cost at D. KIa D. Kl.ASS1 new and elegant More 1 oppo-li- e .12 43 r. u, .....1 M r. u. "Myers House." . . l II A.M. BiDffilrtu" Bouth ..,....... ... i m. r or n, Fonlntereftlni; reading matter, eee T. II The aboro Is calculated, on standard time, 8olsr Wallon'a t adv. In thin Issue, tlmel .tbout 20 minutes faster going North Houth..M ..... uii LOCAL NOTICES. Dnr9 Tnte ft BtJV your school books from in great variety at low pricea at D Klass Rood rcillcu-loual- y of Jewelry, latest tyle. 1 lock ford watchea n specialty. Tata & Penny . A. Watch M and Jewelry repaired on utiort cheaper than anywhere nollco and warranted bf Tate & Penny. coMrurTE Ktoclc m enny. FiiEHit Oysters in both bulk and cans else. H. 8 Myera.ti n Don't fall to aee the opening of Christ-magood today, (Tuesday) at T. K. Walton's. t Who Is the friend of the mechnnic, the Miu. Lewis Duim:iun Ii tery Ul of laborer, the fsrmer? I). Klaai. He gives neuralgia of the bowels. them a chance to ue money. PERSONAL. MissMollie Dauohehty IX-rangr. liaa gone to Knoxrllle to Tisit relative. Mn. J, It. Mount and family have moved to tills county from Miu. K. T. IloctiraTr.il baa gone td visit her sister, Mrs. Thompson, at Louis Tille. Mu. M.F. HniNKi.EV, the Hye Louta Title mcrclianl, wan here vwlerdajr, In the interest of hia bouae, Mn. P. A. MA.viri!A( ii, of Cincinnati, hv engaged an drug clerk with Penny fi McAlister. Mien Mac.oik IU'ctELL, who baa bein TiBillng MIm LydU and JoMe llrndy.baa re turned to her home in Uarrodaburg. Mwsiia Smith Hanwohd and W. T. Curry, of Harrodsbttrjr, were up on a TV-- it to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Curran Sunday. Coi, A M. SworK his returned from his visit to California and Mexico. The Lexington Ww stvea a short description of Ilia route, which we will publish In our next. Mr. Jons O. Pi'i.UAM baa aerered bin onnnecttnn with the llarrodibure Ifmttrat and will go to Florida. John la a centleman, a No. 1 type fetter and we in hi new location. wish him Look at this special drive for this month, Klghteen pound best new crop N. 0- sukv fur only $1 Wright A Curran. - in . italains, Dues, Prune, Currant. Citron and Nut of all kind at 8. 8. Myers', t Om onr eighth page our Htntonvllle nnd McKinney friend tell their cuatoroeM what they can do for them. Read their advertisement and call on them. Who Introduced the motto ."Small Profit, Qiiclc Sale' ? D. KUss. He sticks to it, too, and now don't you forget your friend and fellow citizen, I). Klass. army. At the meeting Sunday The advance sale of teserve scat for night nearly 7,000 persons were present, "Li'le Dtrefoot"! the lantern of any vpr been in the Opera House 8 and 1,100 signed the pledge. Dr ISroadua aaya there is not in Amer cure join eirly aa much unbelief in ica Gen. Fi z John Porter is to be the in Christianity aa there wae in the begin-ni- g new Commiieiooer of Public Works f r of the present century. The director of the Presbyterian The New York city. An explosion in a colliery of the ological Seminary, of Columbia, 8. C , have Company at Anuna 8teyrdorf, requested the resignation of Dr. Jamea South Hungary, killed 70 men, all d NatWoodrow from tbo Professorship of You and Everybody Looking for and father of famiiie. ural Science. Dr. Woodrow la the minis'-Durina pnttorate of four feara which One Bottle Instead of a Dozen, bajut closed, Rev 1.8 McElroy has "AnJ It took only one bottle to do it," iIJ a the following remarkable re gentleman, ipeaklng ot I'arker't Ilalr lUliatn. I milt: Over 110 members have been re bid a run ot ferer and hen I got well of tint mj ceived into the Prcebylerian church here hair began to fill out io fut ai to a'anu ine. I really didn't know what to do until one day a 80 ol whom were on profession of faith, friend tald, 'Try Parker's Hair Itiltam.' What - AT making the total membertblp now 172. lurrirlseJ me was the fact that one bottle was More than $0,000 ha been railed for enough. I expected to use up a dozen." Cloon, church work, which include Hilary, 'con- highly perfumed, not oily, not a djo. original color. gregational expenses and benevolent object. This, too, notwithstanding half of SEW ADVKBTISEMEnTl. hi time was given for the first three year to the Pnyville church and 1 of the last RENT. The total number of SMALL FARM yenr to Hustonville. member received at the I bred churches ia I hare a imall Farm to rent for the year If ST. over 200 and the total amount of money Korly acre toRolncoru. Wood and water abut-din- t. For particular! call en railed more than $10,000 The record I A I, EX AX OK 11 Jl AliriS, 1 tiunford, Ky. indeed one to be proud of A more faithful putor or a man more devoted to his Than Ever Before Oflered. Come and Pee a Grand Exposition of Holiday grand work ha never tilled the pulpit here Novelties in Jewelry, Silverware, Xmcia Books, Fancy Goods and Toys. and it seems that the church sillier a leal A meet lug of the stockholders of the National Don't fail to visit us and BUY while our stock is complete and Dcalamity In hi departure for a larger field. Rank wilt be held at their Hanking Home In JANUARY 13TH, will lluitonville olor tho choicest Novelties are taken. He goe, however, bearing the good 1881, for the purpose of electing nine Directors to of everybody and attended ever by by the lerir lor the criulog year. earnest prayer of hi brethren 4(it .7. IV.linCltVtl, Cashier. blue-ribbon XMAS For y one-tent- h IIBIM 11 isr:Erw"s hue-bin- oood g EARDAIN3 IN HOLIDAY GOODS mcroberts e stages We have Opened the Largest Assortment, Choicest Goods and Lower Prices For 401-2- Stockholders' Meeting. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. -- Th .ouerson 311 feeding hog at I -- cv j report eales of Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders nf the Tint Nawill be held at their banking house In For Sale Ten good work mules by tional Rank the sccand Tneiday In January. 184', hlanford on MIm Bessie Drye Friday night and the for the purpose of electing eleven Directors to Ky. young gentlemen who went from here are George Sambrook, Livingston, servn the ensuing year. Wanted, One car load sound white 4t0.td JulIN J. McIlODKUTS, Cashier. wartu io their praixe ot the pretty hostess corn at J2.2" per barrel deliverd. Geo and tbo uccta of the meeting. An exIt cellent eupper wag spread and dancing en- D. Wearen. Wanted to buy 500 bushels of corn. joyed to 3 a M. A meeting ff the stockholder the Farmers George Sambrook, Operator Livingston National Rink will be held at tbelrtifbaoklng house Mp. J. W fcA!M, formerly of King' Coal Co., Livingston, Ky. In Ptsnfcd on th second Tu'iday In January, lfchS, for the purpose ofelfUlng nine Dlreclo-- i to Mountain, but now RMistant P. M at l, A man with 5,000 geese arrived at Lex- serve I lie ensuing year J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. ill , write on renewing hi subscrip- ington from the mountain Friday and will 4J0-t- The Hustonville Cooking Club met with to-l- zJ sm i Stockholders' Meeting. d A Full Line of Watches, Can-trai- Jewelry & ! Silverware. ! m Jfys I tion, that he would not do without the slaughter them there for the New York Jorn.VAi, for any amount Mr market. LOCAL MATTERS, Kan I an appreciative gentleman and Four Belgian stallions have just arrivknow a good triinir when heec it. ed at New York, their average weight beI) Klaus' for bargain. ! (io to ! ! The Kentucky Central ha made anoth- ing 100 pound. The largest, a bay, tip? TOTAX-rAYEIlGo to Warren ft Metoalf for Chrlatmai S OF LINCOLN CO- .-I will er change in It schedule, it mail train the scales at 2 200 pounds. gooda. idreitlse for tale all the real estate thst tbs taxes Bush re- are not paid on by Jin. 6th, IMI, also the nnmrs Danville Court Capt. now leaves toe Junctional S.30 A.M .about of all dFllciiuent tax piyers that hive not paid by Suoaii, 10 lb, good brjwn for ?1, at S three hour sooner, but doe not reach Cin- ports mean weather, but good attendance. same time. t S. Mjcr. J. X JIKXnFKF, S. 1. C. cinnati any earlier. Upturning it reiche Cattle trade a little dnll Toere were 150 401 D. Ki.ahi sella every nrtlcle at and below here at !20 r. m. Mall for the morning' to 200 on the market, mostly common and GO TO scrub, and they brought from 3 to I cents. coat thin month. train clo at S o'clock town time. Aged mules $60 to S125, plug hones $50 I) Ki.au' "Hel Lsttsr Sle" meant We are are pretty well stocked with $75. priccut In half. this time, but our quota of GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Morclautl, Ky., Fancy candle, candy fruit and toy in reiding matter ia both ample nnd interest ing. The advertisement will help you to Lancaster. great abundance at K 8 Myers. make a little money go a long ways; the A number of our soc'.ety people will ToVi, Fancy Candies, Fruits ind Cake varied quality of the reading matter will I hue a largo sleek of Dry Gtods, Notions, Roots and a t entertain you for several of the long night. go over to Stanford Saturday night to wit-- of Fancy bhovs. Hats iul Caps andI willLargo block in abundance at T R Wlton', sell slick aid Candies. ness "Little Ihrefcol." caodrlt 12', cens. Oranulited Sugar 121, lbs for and a go'-nrtlcle of Who wis the first that cut the old fish- Work on W. S. Miller's new buildings II.N.O Sugsr, 18 Ibsfo-Duiumi the month of Aiuust, Septem(ireen Cotlee'llis for SI and ill other goods sold ioned big profil down? I) Kiss. October, November and so far In De- will not be returned until spring, it being t Rock Ilottom Prices fur (asb. No good sold ber, on time. Come and see and price my goods before get doors and sssh. bujrlng elsewhere, Yours Respectfully. Dom. Innumerable, Fancy China in cember, Capt. C H. McKinney, t 8. impossible to 401 ll'. O. OKEKX. Hansbury West, who ha been lyMr. Guager, has guaged apple brandy as foconceivable atyle, P. S. Myer. every ing dangerously ill at his home near town, llow. In Lincoln county at S distilleries, Ai.1. in favor of patronizing D. Klaf 2,04ft gallons; in Mercer at one, 20 gallons; is thought to be improving slowly will please call early before the itock is in Pulaski at ft, 1 110 and at one in RockCapt. Isaac Singleton moved on yester-terda- y broken. to his new property on Lexington castle 0.1, making a total of 1,215 gallons, beu-tlfu- l on which the government will receive a tax street, recently purchased from W. A. Hrtiso all the children to eee the Yantis. Toy and Christmas Trlx generally, I of $3,703.50. Prof. K V. wllsr preached two exf now hav.i open. T. R Walton. Tkain Order, Gapt. W. J. Wash, of cellent sermons at the Christian church 1M ALCAULE TO ALL! 111 te mailed I Lost. A pair of ateel rimmed spectacle the K. C. send us the following amuiing Sunday morning and evening in the abto all annllcantal nrwl trt riictnmrra nfljLSL rear M ltriout in leather case. Finder will pleae return order. New York, Dec. SI. Cleveland sence of the regular pastor, W. I. Fowls. urderlncIL It contains illustrations, prices, descriptions and directions for planting all t and Knoineeii. Albany. You will run tbein to John M. McRoberts, Jr. The collection of art embroidery exVegetable and Klower SKKDS, If L MIS, etc wild Nw York to Washington and carry Sewing-MachinD.M. FERRY &CO.DEiIfie,T Fon Kent. After January 1, the very green signals for 'Hendricks and Engineer. hibited by the New Home Co , Friday and Saturday, was much addesirable store room under the Inteiuoh Run regardle of Blaine and L?gan. mired by the ladies, crowds cf whom came A.T JounKAL office. Addrea W. P. Walton. They are abandoned between Maine and to tee It. MasoiilaClmcr's Plenty of water at St. Don't fill to go and see 8. 8. Myers', White House Before the beginning of the new year Lock-woo- d good John Station. Meet and pas Belva OlTOSIIK CouaT-IIovi- E large stock and display of Chrlitmas there will be a wedding in this communiat Salt River. Keep sharp lookout ty which will, when announced, startle the DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKT, the beat place In town to supply your for Ben Hitler's wrecking train working public. wants. Now, let the quidnuncs go to Meals are Mrred st all hcu a. Game always on men of the HarroJsburg 8o without signals at New York .Sun station. guessing who it is. hind and In Its season, oysters freati tish, ana sim The young ilar delicacies ser red in all stylss sud (!) short scknowl-edgmeCheater A. Arthur, Dispatcher. 12.01 a. jr. cial Dancing Club will accept our The cold wave predicted by the weath- notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine Restauof an invitation to attend a hop er clerk last Friday.did not put in an ap- rant" sud call when you are hungry. Little Barefoot Great preparation x ir. jJAsoMiEi.nrn at Chenoweth Hill, Tuesday evenlug, De- are being made for the successful rendition pearance here until yesterday morning. DiDTllle, Ky. 30 was an insignificant affair. cember of this pleing little drama at the Opera Even then it During Sunday and Sunday night heavy The ladte of the Presbyterian church House next Saturday evening, and j Jdgin; rains fell. will give a Japanese Tea, with refreshment, from the earnestness and capabilities of I will oCer at Aa Agent of John Craig's The Kentucky Central has again In the ware room of OeorRe D. Weaien those who are to take ptrt, we cin safely I prlTately belore) on changed its pasreDger train lime, but as public auction (If not sol Tueiday eyening. December 2.1, begin guarantee a ptxformince equal to any .MONDAY. JAX17AUY 5, 1SS5, c'Tn hy amateur. Miss Lucy Burton, nobody here travels by that road, the Count Court day, In ning at 5 o'clock. e of the Lancaster nothing. t who fakes tbo leading role, has repeatedly change amounts to door in Munford, the Iract of Land containing TitEitr. will be trrtitd at Ooshen churcb, Dlllicn's fast line which is aliout .?. lalug rpposhu the residence people prefer given the public some charming exhibiof Mrs. John II. Shank, on the Crab Orchard on Christmas day, a luge Christmas Tree. tions of her powers of scting and a mere much more reliable. and between the lands of l'eyton Embry and week flke, Dirst. For further intormathn address we arc cordially invited to attend and take mention of All Ojr county clerk received last the other accomplished youn at Lebanon, Ky. J08J JAti. T. VltAlli. Living-rtcproceed-ing- s part in the festivities. Rev. J. O. ladies is sufficient to induce the conviction the official copies of the acts and has been invittd to be present and conof the last General Aeembly. Ab that they will perform their parts credita! induct the exercise. bly and excellently. They are Mlsaes these documents are only surpassed in OP Born to the wife of Mr. J. II. Hocker, Fannie Reed, Sabra Pennington, Sue Helm, terest by the Congreaiional Record, it seems sfcO. STOCK, deSaturday night, a girl. This reminds in Betsy Pennington, Diiiy Bumside and their delivery ought not to be so long I will offVr for sals to the highest bidder, without that we failed to chronicle a new arrival at Sue Rout and a, prettier lot would be hard layed. miles west ol reseree or limit, at my home Miss Liwle Huffman has returned N. Metiefee's some days ego. It to get together. The gentlemen actors are Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, on Sberill J. was a boy and be ha been named in honor D. R Carpenter. G. C. Keller, Jr., J. T from a protracted yisit to her sister, Mrs DJ3C.30. 188-L- SOO or 00 of County Clerk, John Illain. Carson, L. F. Huffman, C. C. Carson, Wm. R II. Young, In Louisville. Hunter and 100 barreli of splendid Corn In the crib, of Millet, iliockior Fodder. 1 Straw Stack, 1 Btick Severance, W. B. Penny, A. A. Warren, 8. Bob Irvine ate home from Louisville to 1 thoroughbred Dull Calf, I yearling bteer, 2 high- Ocn stock of Christmas goods this year a P. Stagg and Gill M. Cooper, besides Mr. .rw.r..t the- - holidays with the old folks. rade Heifers, I iplenniii, inorougncreu iieuer, Cows, 1 Mule Colt, 3 tborougniireU will constit of novelties in China and Glass consisting Bosrs. 45 bead J, Fought Waters, the inimitable baritone Tom Scott, of Jessamine, spent Sunday crkshlro Brood Sows, Ac, Block Uogs, Household Also some ware, Lamps, At., Nut, Raisins, Oranges, sjlolst, who will give some specimens of with relatives here. Judge Owiley is hold- ofShoits.Tttrmi. 3 dari' lime on eood. bankab'e Lemons, Grapes, Rananas, and the finest in Casey county this week. Miss paper, sale io commence ai o ciock r. u. his remarkable genius. The gold and ing court 4M-tT.Ij.CltOW and largest aisortment of Ccndies ever returned to her home in Warren & Met- - silver horns to cost over $500 have been or- May Ferguson brought to this market. dered and will be here in time for the per- Covington, Monday. Mies Kate Brown.of calf. formance. To assist In paying for them Is London, returned home Tuesday. Major The heavy rains of the last few days the object of the entertainment, which out- Kinnaird made a flying business trip to . At Opksa House, have supplied sufficient water along the side of its real merits, should fill the hquie Louisville, Saturday. The CouriWburW Knoxville Branch to enable the freight enIrvine, to its walls. If you want to be certain ol of last Saturday, laid: "Mr.O.H. I gines to run with only the tank In the ten- a Saturday Eve, for P. G. teat interview McRoberts & Stagg at once. the accomplished book-keepmany months, they have had to der. For Coker, goes to bis home at Lancaster this In which MISS LUCY BURTON plays the lead-le- g RELIGIOUS. Held, Hessle carry an extra car on which are two large role, ssslsted morning to remain during the holidays, Pennington, Lettleby Mlsies Fnnnle Helm Pilsy Ilurnslde and Kitanks, as only at certain distant polnta were roll of membership of Plymouth when ho will return, bringing with him ttle Uout and a number of young geutleuirn of StanThe they ablo to get water. Church, New York, contains 2,507 names. his charming bride." Who Is the fortunate ford. in Five Acti I Rev. J, W. Lackey, col , in a two young lady? Col. W. G. Welch, of Stan-for- A Domestic Drama Akm Broken. Mr. John B. Mention, T.Mta'sgrea'rst riay. Ben- black-umltweek's meeting at Junction City gathered in wae here Saturday on professional Maggie Mitchell's and (lold and HlUer Band. the clever gentleman and excellent eflt of the btanford 25 souls. During the evening solos wlllbereude ed by Prof, business. Budered n bad fia:tion of the left 1. L. IUkku, tie A colored benevolent society has purHe was looking elbow joint Saturday. Afr. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Solo Olarionetist and Violinist Mt. Sterling Great through the loft of a lumber bulldin? when chased 100 acres of land near Notice! -- I have juet received a large And by Mr. Joe 1 Watrj and fell to the, fbor for a widows' and orphan' home. missed his foot-holhe The meeting in the Biptlst church at Btock of hats, cap, and all kinds of woolen Kentucky's dreat llarllonc Soloist. fraction a below. Dr. Reld pronounces the continues. Satirlhirrt have good, which I am selling out at cost. severe one which may cauio a permanent Georgetown, Dr. LEE F. HOFFMAN, "en'l Macgr. PIcsbj call and look at my goods, befoie gtifTnes ol the arm. This would be a great been about tiHy addlionito Vi c Much. change -. I expect to IVof. P. L. Baker, Leader ol Orchestra and Oold Th Murphv temperance revival, start- purchasing else sherK. O. WnK misfortune to him, as strong, sound arms 1S3 0 Hind; J T. Orson. Musical Plrrctcr; - rint of Juiuuy Ion. .drtrtlilni: AlhiI. ed aj Pittsburgh two weks ago, ingrowi- my biihino" " ure absolutely nectssary In his lino of lli"-:vmats no Oil iv I'm. saamuil -- ' ng rapidl7, 0 000 hnve alrea ly joined the F. L wl TAXES "TAXES Xaast Call ! Largest Stock Lowest Prices ! Best Goods Latest Styles in Everything ! Also a full line of Books, Christmas W. G. GREEN, Cards, Toilet Sets, Toilet Cases and Fancy Articles of all kinds suitable FOlt BARGAINS! for Holiday Presents. Call and examine our stock. Orn-erlSl WORMS THE CLOTHING MSI e Is better than "betraying a boy." While "the betrayer of a boy" can have nothing but a selfish motive, the worker of the Clothing- men is by no means selfish. He came here to sell Clothing, Restaurant and not to play tricks; and although he admits of having been downed, he does not propose to leave town till the Clothing men of Stanford hollow murder and plead for mercy; a r.. And if tho good people of Stanford will appreciate good treatment' and low - SALE OF lnt L.AIUD. Court-Hous- prices, I will stay here; and I will assure you that if you will give me your patronage I will make their knees weaker than mine were when 25 shots after me. Come and eee me and you will find that I am not so badly injured that I can not trent you right. were-fire- d aa m o'tn o a- - W f -p nnftn.BinBO 5L? 2 - . A) PUBLIC SAL.E. 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I'ublithers, .No. 1 c I o. nira taeaaisaA ainnn Thlrty-HlCmalso had 8ovon Years' nriclice bforo the Pitent OlBce. and luro preparedul uioretliiD One Hundred Thpus-nitppllcitlon (or pnlenlt in tho I'nited btites.ind foreign countries. Assignments, and all other pipers for socurme to inrenlor. their rlehtt In lU'l United Stitfi, Canada. I.ngland, rince. ap,i.nv ind other forelen countrjM. ire- pi red at thorinotlco and on reisonible trrmi. Inforruitlon aatoobtalninB intents enter- or s fully clven without charuo. information tent free, V?ulu Siittni through Mnnn cCo. arn noticed io mrlcan free. Hie adrantaite of W' "WSJ! d. ?t nnnultr (!... . .M.n., Week PnuHn. (IVirtt Htun... invantiont n.nM Tho iTjoit ,1. pMCHw, y newi- lufLiijinicii. . en, 1DU ItltefJl i us lund-bouk- -- Msnsentno rk. i nal "And mon can lore llko thbr she said Uilly. "All mon aro not alike, thonl" "Eunuch of mo.'- 1 said. "Tell me of your- wlf. Toll mo how I can aid you. Your - DARK DAYS BY HUGH CONWAY. Author of "Called Vac!.. That' night, when I first presonteil myself to you, my vcunds see.mod 1ms likely than cTortohcdl; forgotfulness seomoJ further nnd further nwny. Bomohownsmy thoughts n road to llio pist, every took the event toe in cd lecont m yesterday, every Hour scono vivid as if I had juH loft it nfter lumr I snt ffazliiR nt tlu j rIouIiir beloved liit seoins only riiilip-iia'fnco. How hndllfo farcl with hcrl Whera wasslio at this moment! Tho resolvo to quit my seclusion wan mado anow by me. 1 would go into tho world and find her not for any selfish motive. I would learn from lior own lips thntsho was happy. If unhappy, sho should havo from mo such comfort as tholovo of n tr9 friend can give. Yes, I would leavo tlii wretched Ufo tomorrow. My chcok flushed as I contrasted what I was with what I ought to be. No man has a right to ruin his llfo or hido his talents for the salts of a woman I had another Inducement which urged of life. mo to make a chango in my mo-lI am ashamed that I hhve not spoken of It. That morning 1 had received n letter from my niothor. I had nt. seen her for six years. Just as 1 outered man' estate she married for the second Mini. My stepfather wag an American, and wit'a many tears my motbor left me for hcruw home. Some mouths ntro her husband died. I should havo gono to her, but she forbade me. She had no children by her socmd husband, uirl now that his affairs were practically wound up sho proposed returning to Finland. Her letter told mo that alio would be in London in throe days' time, and suggostod that I should meot her there. Although of laU years wo had drifted apart, sho was dear, very dear to mi. I ha tod tho thought of lur seeing me, her only child, reduced to such e wreck of my former self; yet for her sako I again renewed my rosolvo of leaving my secluwoll-norem-her- s, husband" Sho drow a sharp, quick breath. The color rushod back to hor choolc. ller oye glittered strangoly. Nevertheless, sho ipoko calmly nnd distinctly. "Husband t I havo none," sho said. " Is ho dead I" i No" sho spoko with surprising bitterness "no; I should rather say I never was a wife. Tell mo, Basil," sho continued fiercely, "did you over hato a man I" "Yes," I answered emphatically and truly. Hato a man! From tho moment I saw tho tt retch with whom Phillppa lied I hated him. Now that my worst suspicions wero trm, what woro my feelings! I felt that my lip conipresl thonwlvos. I know that when I spoko my volcowasns stern and bitter ns Phillppa's. " Sit down," I said, " and toll me all. Tell me how you know I was here whew you havo como from." Lot me but learn whence she came, and I folt sure the knowledgo would enable me to, lay my hand on the man I wanted. Ahl llfo now held something v.vtli living for I " I havo been hero sorio months," tald Phllinpa. " Hero! In this neighborhood I" "Yes. I havo seen you soveral times. I have been living at a bousa about three miles away. I felt happier In knowing that in case of noed I had ono friend near me." I pressed her bands. "Go on," I said, hoaiNoly sion. I should for Yet I knew that swear myself, and sink hick into my apathy and almlois existence. Ahl I knew not what events were to croud into the morrow'! But now back to the night It was and bitterly cold out of doors, irty lamp was not yet lighted; tho glow of my flro alono broke tho darkness of tho room. I had not oven drawn the curtains or shut tho shuttjrs. At tlmeu I liked to look out and soo the stars. Thoy shone so peacefully, &o calmly, so coldly; they soemod so unlike the world, with its strife and fierce passions and disappointments. I row languidly from my chair and walked to tho window, o see what sort of a night it was. As I approached tho casement I could seo that tho skies bad darkened; moreover, I noticod that feathery flakes of snow woro accumulating in the corner of each pane. I wont closo to tha window and peered out into tho night. Btnnding within a yard of me, gazing Into my dimly lit room her face stern and pule as death, her dark eyes now riveted on my own, was n woman; and that woman was I'hllippa, my lovo! For several minut.'s I stood, spellbound, gazing at her. Ilia I saw more than a phantom of my imagination did not at once enter into ray head. In dreams I had seen her I loved again and (.gain, but this was tho first timo my waking thoughts had conjured up Mich a Isioti. Vision, dream, reality I I tremblod as I looked; for the form was that of Phillppa, In dire distress It was seeing tho jooJ which covered her head grow whiter aijd whiter with the fast falling snow which aroused ma to my sonses, and made every fiber thrill with tho thought that Phillppa, in flisli and blood, stool before me. With a 1 iw cry of rapturo I tore aiundor tho fastenings of tho French caJ-mon- t, throw tbesasboi apart, and without a word my love passed from tho cold, bloak night into my room. tibe was wrapped from head to foot in a cloak. As sho swept rich dark by me I felt sho was damp with partially-thawesnow. I closed the window; then, with a throbbing heart, turned to greet my visitor. She stood in the centre of tho room. Her mantle had fallen to tho ground, and through tin dusk I could soo her whito fac hands an I neck. I took her hands in mine; they were as cold as iciclo. "Phihppa! Phillppa! why areyouhereP I whispered. "Welcome, thrlco wolcome, whether you bring me joy or sorrow." A trembling ran through her. Slw said nothing, but her cold hauls clasped mine closer. I Ted her to tho fire, which I stirrad until it blazed brightly, She krteled before it and ttretchod out her hand for warmth. How pole sho looked! how unlike tho I'hllippa of old! But to my eyes how lovelyl As I look od down at tho fair woman kneeling at mv fet, with her proud head bn. as in sliam?, I knew intuitively that I should bo called upon to keep my oath; and knowing this, I it in all iU entirety. At last iho raised her face to mine. In her oyos was sombre tiro, which until now I had noyor seen there. "Phillppa I Philip-pnf- " I cried again. "Fetch a light," sho whlipored. "Let mo wo a friend's faw encu more If youarostlll mid-winto- r, xl "Ho sent me hero. Ho had grown weary of me. I was about to havo a child. I was in his way a troublo to him." Her scornful accent as sho spoke was Indescribable. "Phillimal rhnlnnal" Icroanod, "had you sunk so low as to do his bidding!" She laid her hand on my arm. "More," Before wo parted he she said, "Listen! struck tin, Struck me! Ho curbed mo and struck tin I Basil, did you ever hate a man)" My heart win full I threw out my arms of rago and bitterness. "And you bocaiu this man's mistress rather thau my wifo!" 1 gnspj.1. Neither my lovo nor her sorrow could stop this ono reproach from passhu my Hps. She sprang to her foot. "Youl" sho cricl Read! Did you think do you imagine Only this morning I loarned it." She threw a letter toward me threw it with a gesture of loathing, as one throws a nauseous reptile from one's hand. I opene I it mechanically. "Yes," she said, "you are right in thinking I had fallen low. So low that I went whore ho chose to senl me. So low that I of would hao forgivou tho months tho blow, oven. Why) Because ho was my husbanl. until this mor-in- g Had Uio letter. Basil, did you over hata a manP Before I read I glanced at ber In alarm. She spoko with almost feverish cicltonwnt. Her words followed ono another with headlong rapidity. But who could wonder at this mood with a woman who had such n wrong to declaro) Sho grow calm beneath my glance. "Ah, "Bead," she said, beseocliingly. Uod! I havo fallen low; but not so low as you thought." Sho burled hor face In hor hands whllo I opened and real tho letter. It was dntxl from Paris, and ran thus: "As it seems to mo that wo can't exactly bit it off together, I think (ho farco had better end. The simplest way to mako my moaning clear is to tell you that when I married you I had a wife alive. Sho has died since then; nnd I dare say, had wo managed to get on better together, I should have askod you to go through tho marriage cereHowover, as tilings are mony once more, now, so they had better stop. You have thi satisfaction of knowing that morally you uie blameless. "If, Ilka a sensible girl, you aro ready the situation, I am proparod to ac generously, nnd do tho right thin; in money matters. As I hato to havo anything hanging over mo unsettled, and do not care to trust delicate negotiations to a third party, I shall run across to England and see you. I shall reach Boding on .Wednesday evening. Do not send rd tho station to moot me; I would rather walk." Tho letter was unsigned. My blood boiled as I read it; yet, in spite of my rag, I folt a grim humor as 1 roamed the exquisite cynicism possessed by tho writer, llore was n man striking a roul mil recreant uiow ni a woman whom he once lovo J a blow that must crush her to tho earth. His own words confess him a rogue, a bigamist; nnd yot he can speak coolly about money arrangements; can even enter into petty details concerning his aDDroaching visit! lie must im without. shame, without remorse; a villein, absolutely heartless 1 r fliero was one friend to turn to. Help me, Basil! I come to you ns a sister may come to it, biothor." "As a sister to a brother," 1 cchood. "I accept tho trust," I added, laying my lips reverentially on her white forehead, and vowing nun tally to do voto my llfo to hor. "You will stay here, now V I asked. I will "No, I must go back. Basil, my brother, you como will take me far away far awayf "Where you wish. Evory land is as one to me now,'' Sho hn 1 given me tho right, a brother's right, to stand between hor and tho villain that man who had wronged her. would bo here! How I long for tho moment which would bring us face to face' "Phillpr a crso. "I must go," she nid. I pross-- d food and wine upon her, sho would take nothing. She made, however, no objection to my accompanying her to her home. Wo left tho houso by tho casement by which she entered. Together wo road. stepped out on the SLo took my arm and we walked toward her home. I asked her with whom she was staying. She told me with a widow lady and two children, named Wilson. Sho went to them at Sir Mcrvyn Ferrnnd's command. Mra. Wilson, he told her, was a distant connection of his own, and ho had mado arrange-msn- ts for ber' to look after Phillppa during her illness. It was but another proof of the man's revolting cynicism. To send tho woman w ho fuUely believed herself to Iw his wife to one of his own relatlove! Oh, I would have a ' full reckoning with him I "What name do they know you byf I askoi. "Ho said I was to call myself by tho false name, which, for purposes of bis owu, ho chose to pass under. But I felt myself absolved from my promise of secrecy. Why should I stay in a strange house, with 's with strange people, by Sir Mcrvyn request, unless I could show good cause for doing so! Sol told Mrs. Wilson everything. "Sho beliovod youf" "Shu was bound to beliovo mo. I would have no doubt cast upon my wonl. I showed her tho certificate of my marriage. Whatever sho may havo thought nt first, she saw then that I was his wife. Not.no else known It excopt her. To her I am Lady Ferrand. Like me, she never dreamed of what man's villainy can reach. Ob. Basil! Basil! why are such men allowed to live)" For the first time Phillppa seemed to break down. Till now tho chief characteristics of her mood had boon scorn and anger. Now, sheer grief for the time appeared to sweep away every other emotion. Sob after sob broko from her. I endeavored to calm her to comfort her. Alas! how little I could say or do to these onds! Sho Uaiied heavily nnd despondlngly on my arm, and for along At last sho told whllo we walked In silence. me her home was cloo at hand. "Listen, Phillppa," I said; "I shall come in with you and see this lady with whom you are staying. I shall tull her I am your brother; that for some time I have known how shamefully your husband has nrglected you; and that now, with your full consent, Whether this I nroan to take you away. woman believes in our relationship or not matters nothing. I supposa he knows that After hi heartlman Is coming ess desertion, sho cannot be surprised at your rish to avoid meeting him" I jKiused. Phillppa bent her liead as If to my plan I continued, "long Iwfore that wretch conies here to poison tho very air wo breathe, I shall come and fetch you. Early In the morning I will send my servant for your luggage. Mrs. Wilson may know That make no me and my man by sight Thero need bo no concealment. difference. You are fieo to come and go. You huvo no one to fear. On Thursday morning wo will leavo this place." "Yes," said Phillppa, dreamily, I will come to you. I will leave But In the evening, most I will como alone. likoly, when no one will know where I have gone." " But how much bttjr that I should take yon away openly and in broad daylight, as a brother would take away a siiterl" " No; I will come to you. You will not mind waiting, BasU. Thero is something I musi do first. Something to be done toSomething to be said; someone morrow. to bo seen. What Is It) who is It) I cannot collect" She placed her disengaged hand on her row. She pushed back her head a little, id gave a sigh of relief as she felt tho koen sir on her temples. Poor girl! after what sho had that day gone through, no wonder her mind refused to recall trivial details and petty arrangements to be made before he joined m. Sleqp and the certainty of my sympathy and jroUction would no doubt restore ber wandoring memory. However, although I again and again urged her to change her mind, sho was firm in her resolve to come to me alono. At last, vsry reluctantly, I was obliged to give way on this point; but I was determined to sue so when we this Mrs. Wilson reached the houso I entjrod with Phillppa. I told her there was no occasion for her to be present at my Interview with the hostess. Sho looked frightfully weary, and at my suggestion went straight to hm room to retire for tho night. I sat down and nwaitsd the advent o( Mrs. Wilson. Sho soon op-- I snow-whitenFer-rand," PBOrKHHIOMIj A.TTOUNBY A.T DANVILLE, KY ALKX. ANDJDHBON, ojss FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE, JL.A."V, I (Sent flh Will prsctlce In the Courts of Boris nd sJJolnlng counties and in the Court of Appeals. ESb A favorlto prescription of one of thl luuel noted and successful JpoctAlMs In the t' H (now rou rod i ror I n cure m .s c uroiinu. And MT VERNON, KY. Will practice In tbe Uockeaitle Courts. tions a specialty. Offlce In Court-hom- Muter CommUilonorllockcsstleClrcultCour, Collec- A.ttornoy iVt j. b. nan. . Urueglstsou till It In plain sealed envelope Address DR. WARD & CO., Louliline, Mo. ,oIJfniioMl,lla(innd,fcitf. rja-sy- . T- - Office-So- uth lids Main Btreot, two doors tbe Myers Hotel: Pure Nitrous Oxide (las administered whon quired. DB. W. B. PENNY. D1SNTI8T, aUROJUJON BTANFORD, KY. IiEK F. HUFFMAN. Twi Hunpifd Dollar will Unpaid for the lirthefrlriirtsof the lal .1 N Benedict Roberts capture of his murderer, Henry Robert aim. iWrk coini. exlou. natel i. aiini li fijm, smooth lunni tery bad countenance, rath face and abors erbeary bulll, weighing probable no tmunds A Reward of re, (ns) $200 Reward! Through Trunk line :1" THK GREAT an stsjsjesrwasssW STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ITTTTLLL OOee orer Robt. 8. title's store. Office hour from 8 to 12 A. M.and llo 8 r. K. Anesthetics ad .j ministered when neceuarr. Iisi-iyr- DOlltlHt. Hi. .rvnunt ofmr filling health, I oOVr for sale hands li gn, use hit well known work Mules, H true pulls rs, and to the cars, sound, gentle and IwtKaloa JouaNAL I when I adrertlso in Til bars neser tailed to sell, and soon at that. : T. X. It A aunford, gy. f8-tf- ) Mules for Sale ! I hare been 'ppoluted iig ut fur tho sain or the fsrniiifMrs. J'nibel' IIUlu aud heirs, containing ISO Arret, lying at a mile from lluilonsllle ou the Liberty I'lknaud I hereby offer ll prlrate-I- t. ol two stories It has a good dwelling-hous- e and 6 rooms, besides the necesiary ouLiiulldlngs. Is well watered and Is good, rich lind worth It much more than Is asked fir It. Apply tome lor further particulars. 28T Without Change and with SHORTEST AND SptN Unrlvale ROUTE QUICKEST S',.a ll. T. IlVHir, Btanford, Ky. raou Lot'isviLut to tiic Stanford Female College. NTANfr'OIU). 11 Y. south Little Hock, Mantgomsry. Atlanta, Satannab, Jacksonvllls, Mobile, and Ksw Orlsana. PULLMAN CARS &iim nsViIvmu, 'jtHStw!, With a Full Corps of Teacher, This Institution will open Its Fifteenth on the lit Monday In (kptembr neat. LI. TUK UUANUnKHt)K A BEST"ROUTE TO FLORIDA In ralaet Cars Without Changs. 1KESS - MAKOO I Ureas-Makin- Boaslon ! SHORT LINE TO THE EAST wilhootcbang. Proas Louisville la PalacaCara hare renmed to corner Msln A Depot el'., and g am prepared to serf the ladle In and other kinds of aawlng In the Ueet tljrUandai.. reasonable rates. Pollclllng a share o yur patron-.,!- THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE Are Uuiht,aa wallas tmlunArl I O Una ol receive special low ratca. Staking homes on the thU road will BLLA OT-l- Stanford, Ky. MUHIO. THB IiANQUAOEB, BBAW. tNO AND PAXNTINO. St Agents el tbli Company for rales, routes C. P. ATX0Rr!,G. P. A.T.A. Ac, or will It) Louisville, Ky. v g, g g a? w A "MOBTOIV BOUTJE." TERMS MODEKATE, r,m. In Tulllnn nrlr. regular Peiu tuieiits Mfl; h$ii p OdO, CD Preptojy,l. th Intermediate see. aad cniinEiate, frAIII 133 tO 150 In tSj Louisville, New Albany Chicago THK & Q ror full particulars, aa to Board, Ac .address ailUJ. H. J. TKUKIIKAKT, 1'rlHCllnsl, Stanford, Lincoln Co.. Ky. Railway. LINK KUNNIMd O.V,1' MYERiHOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Pullman LOUISVILLE Hrirrut. Nonca Palace TO Cars! AND 80LID THAINS - g h- on CHICAGO U Propr Kb g S O tj a3 M This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains High Roputation, AND Passengers from tha Knox-vltllranch of L. A N. R. It arrive In LoutavltU In tlm to tak tbenveulng train of tha "Moooo Bout" and go through to tlrecnwBtlp.l'rnvTrordHTlllf, Ijirayottc and Chicago without change. TIME TABLE I Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in us Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of BTAriON. Lie. I.oulivlllw...n Arr. Orwnciille.. 7 Dally. o'o !. - Li LA. their Quests. wbs I ' IUBa will be coaveyeil to aid from the de free of ckarga. Neeclal aeeomnjedatloae to Ceraaaerelal Travelers. The Bar will tlwaya eepplled with the choicest kraada of Llqsors aad Clears. HI pm 7 SO am Cblrago Th moat dlrett rouU, vltb onlr ona chant of ran, to all lnU In Wlacousln, MlnneMta, lews Ntbraska, Ac For further lutonnation, atldrraa MUKKAY KKLLEICU. P. A., " Ufirette " Crawfordsvilla . I I 01 a ui 05 a tn 1 13 a m 41pm HbSaiB 2 01 pta 101pm t 11 pra Its. Lnulivlll. X; g 2. 2 3 "J " Ta. M.rk. ntwiiT'H Ihc(Jrent Kngllsli Hcmcdr, ltlveciire for Weak Memo-r- v Ijnm of llrsln I"owr. Nervous Kibaustlon, rWmlnal Weikoeat, liupnleocy. an I tienoral tisi of I'uwrrol the (leneratlv Organs; a that follow n.l .11 .Ihk-kBsfsrs1sklR(. quenre ot youthful Imprit lenc 01 L R. R I. a ItOtllO.,, Shortest and Quickest Route from Geo tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Llo IWtween cisMyp Kentucky's OHIO nr. East Route such iha.irauiii ru.iutM rears, In the Tr.J.V.rk. as I'nlverul Uailtuda.raln baca, Dliunmi of Vlloi Old At, and many otter ur I'rems-lura die-ra- Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tie only line running PULLXAH SEW BL11PIH0 CABS A SOLED raoM TRAIN LoulavlHe.ClncliiiiHii antl I.vx liiKten, Ky., C that IimJ to Inunlty e'antU In sll iM ilka a Weakneutbe charm, restoring los or tt tin vlg. to tha eva a brilliant or. ctvlnf andiDsrkllnf beautr. to thecbek aSMilsMajSS AftsrTaklag. tha ruay blouom of health. ld by all Druggists at arMurray'atipeclfiels packages for U. Also by SI per package, or six mall, postage Tme, on receipt of price. aurVull particulars In pamphlet, which will tx mailed frre to every appllcaut. AddrM all communications to th sola manufuturera. M UHK. I V JIBttiriXK Kansas City, Mo. Bold In Stanford by Prnny A McAllster and all Druggists ivervwhare AaTUi-Pktks A Cj., Wbolrtalo Agen tij Loulsvillei ky. rsof 8illc I.i:.YIN (JTO.V A CINCINNATI. Schedule In Effect Oct. IS, lilt. sr-ia- ri a. r 2 ? a si ft.. os.u FEESHE i : I I "sv, I lil ' j sa bmj iKji isjM-flSj-- a llJsaasOV a (200-Iy- sb BBI3EBBB WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting in same depot with fast trains lor This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and tramps not to trvsnua on our lands without permission, as all such acta are liable to t procecuted to tha full axtentof tbe law. Htanlonl, Ky March I7lh, IW1. isigneu.) (lusA W.M.McCermack, D. McKlltrlck. A. W Carpenter, II.T. Ilutb. K. Held, C. Blihup, J L'BJLiLiLiJL! "BiB ,9 5 p "-:M Tho Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan ': i ii r ! I "OSf r5?cfi np r i Tills. Norfolk, BSBBB o a 3 "5" s 0t"Mv.M 9 n m ;s'"5!-::o. p ! SJ All Virginia and North Carolina joarneaseat ticket W. J. Bs-ePsas-Agt- Hlgglnt Kelly. Points. For tlckeU and further Information, apply to B.IJ.A J. K.Uover, office, or address U Carter W. E. ARKOLD, T. J. Hill. Ticket and C. A'anoy, Agt., Adrertlslng aaa Fetsrlts Aire. lAulaTlUe. Ky J. A.Uarrt. P. W. Carter, U. C. W. HM1T1I. "en'l Paas'r Agt. Eil. Carter, Maoarer, Oeo'l Ulohmond. Virginia. T.J. Foster. T, M. White, U.K. Marcuui, M.T, Russell A 1. Newland. It. Cobb, (. K. D. Rho.tM, W. C. McCormaca, M. II Lytle, Uvt Hubble, 5S wooilo 83 S9SJ hjurj-o-1 V. P a 3 BBBB SB EB BSBBB WLK. (4. A. Ilene.Hct, W 1. rtenoa J. M. Hill. J. It. McAllster, I). Jones, J. 1 lonlgamery J. W. Wcatherlord, Wm, Burton, J. 8. Murphy, :tZSZZZZ " rr,-c- ' -- s:5 J, II '8SEi '..M. B B 2 8 E" ; as. a s5S tri f rn r 3 !S5g srt.2 , ill 1 o- n "r a . s i! ! I . fll oov ! : i I I ? C z! I lrleud" "Your friend, yonr truo friend, forever," I Mid, as I hastened to obey her. Aa I place tho lamp on tho tabh Phillppa moij from her knees. I could now saj that my 1 "Timo changes every one," I answered, forcing n smile. "Will you believe me," sho continued, "when I say that tho memory of your faco ns I saw it last has haunted ovon my most joyful moments) Ahl me, Basil, had I been truo to mysolf I think I might havo.learned to lovo you." Sho spoko regretfully, nnd ns ono who has finished with llfo and Its lore. My heart boat rapidly; yot I knew her words woro not spokon In ordor to hear mo toll her that I loved hur passlonatoly as over. "I havo heard of you once or twice," sua said softly. "You aro rich now, they toll me, but unhappy," "I loved you and lost you," I answered. "Uoiy ivul-- X bv JmrreT. sho was In deep mourning. Wm the thougat that flashed through iu, that it might bo that sho was a widow, ono of joy or sorrow 1 I hopj I try to beliovo it was tho hitter Wo stood for sous moments in silence. My agitation, my rapturo at seeing hor unco more st'inod to havo deprived mo of speech. I could do little raoro than to gaz) nt her and tell myself that 1 was not dreaming: that Philipp was really here: that it was her volod that I had heard, her hand I clasp-ed- . Phllipjo it was, but not tho Phillppa of old! Tho rich, warm, glowing beauty seemol tonod down. Her face had lost Its ezquMto color. Moreover, it was the faco of one who lias suITored --ono who is sneering. To mo it looked as if illnoji had refined it, as itsomo-time- s will loflno a face. Yot, if sho had been ill, her illness could not have been of long duration. Her flguro was as superb, her arms ns finely rounded as ever. She stood firm and erect. Yet I trumbloi as I gazed nt thnt pale, proud faco mid those dark, solomn eyes. I dared not for the while ask her hy sho sought mo. Kho was tho first to break tho silence. "You aro changed, Basil," sho said. of about fivo and thirty; well but plainly dresxed. As I glanced ut hor with some curiosity I decided that when Tbe Direct Route to young s'to must, nftor a certain typ of bjuuty, been exceedingly good looking. Unfortunately hers was ona of thesj fncos cast In an anuilino mold faces which, as soon Northwest and Southwest by the way of as tho bloom of youth Is lost or the owners thereof turn to thiimoss, become, as a rule, CINCINNATI. sharp, strained, hungry and severe looking. JLOMSV1LLK or Whatever tho woman's charms might once l. Leasing Chattanoofta lor Invo been sho could now boast of very few. Isrllle and Ciucinua.l make w th the LightTheio wero Hues around her mouth nnd direct fomioulon at those folnts Ht Ohio onJier brow which told of suffering; nnd, ning Express on the West. A Mlstlsilppl for ns I judged it, not tho calm, rcsignod suffer- Louis and all points 'Help me, KasiU I come to you as a lis ing which oftan leavjs a sweet if sail ox Only from Louisville or fincln-Ittf two hours HOUrS uatl to 8t. Uui, being passengers I foldod the lotter on! placed it in my presslon on tho facf, but fierce, rebellious, our I wislrnl to koep it, that I might constrained suircrinj, such ns turns nyouug quicker than any other line, giving seats In train breast. lime for meals and flnt choice of reud it ngaiu and again during the next heart into an old oco long boforo its timo. going West, As sho entered tho room and bowed to mo twenty-fou- r hours. Long hours thoy would Slnya.lnV :e. This lotter would nid mu to ninlco them hir faco expressed uudlsgulsol isurpriso at 12 Hours Quicker pass. PhllipiKi mado no objjctloti to my seeing a visitor who wns n stranger to her. Ino going by way vf Chicago. keeping it. Sho sat motionless, gazing I apologized for tho latoness of my call, then hastened to tell her its object. She listened jloomlly Into tho fire. "You know tho man's right name nnl with polilo impossibility. She nuulo no comment when 1 repeatedly spoko of my titloi" I.nsked. sMer as Ijjdy Ferrand. It was clear Always males-Ftt- St "Yes, from tho first. Ahl theru I w rouge 1 that, ns Pnilipp't had said, .Mrs. Wilson was nyself, Basil ! Tho rank, tho riches, perhaps Con empted mo; nnd Basil, I loved him thin!" convinced as to tho valid nature of tho mar-liagI inse.ghed roundly against Sir Oil. tho piteous regret broatiied in that ast scntenca! I ground my teeth, nnd felt Mervyn Ferrand's heartless conduit nnd that thero was a stronger passion than ocn scandalous nejjlect of his wife. My hearer With all Lints at shrugged her shoulders, ami tho meaning I "Thnt man bc. myself softly. and I meot conveyed by tho action was that, nlthough told Points. "But you sjoke of a child!" I said, turning sho regretted family Jars, they woro no con-cr- n St. Louis and Intermediate of hers. Shu seemed qulto without into Phillppa. NoOiHiiIbusTraiiB-fera- l "It U dsad tload dcadl" sho cried, with terest in tho matter; yet a suspicion that sho No Ferries! a indeed was i wild laugh. A fortnight ago it dloil Dcadl part, acting, my mindrathoror twice. onco crossed My grief then, my joy Seel I am When I told her It was Lady Ferrand's in mourning; I shall put that Connections mado in Union Depot, St. Louis, under intention to plnco hersulf Tiournlng oir. Why mourn for w hat la a going West, Northwest and with trains my protection, she simply bowed. Whon I Southwest. of lines iiappy event! No black after said that most likely we should leavo EngII you are going West to any point, call on or Her mood had onco moro becomo oxcltod. As boforo, hor words camo with feverish ' land, and for a while travel on the continent, wilto to the underilgued. For lull and reliable information in regard to rapidity. I took her bands In mine; thoy Ouldej Western mates, Man Land, Ac wero now burning. my sister's health wouli nc and lowest, In the rates lor Tickets and Household the said that special chaugo. call on or address "Phillppa, dearest, be calm. You wlllseo (Joods to all points West doubt bo muoh benefited by tho O. 11. ALSO!', that man no morel" , "I may mention," sho added, for the first Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi timo taking any roal part in the talk, "thai Uarrodibiirg, Ky your sister's stato Is not qulto all it should W. B. BII ATI UO, W. W. I'E ABODV, "I will seo him no more. It Is to savo my bo. For tho last day or two I have been Oen'l Pass. Agt, I'res't and (Jen'l Man'gr, self from seeing hb that I come to y6u. thinking of sending for tho medicnl man C. W. PARIS, Central Passenger Agent, ViQwnnaii, vuw, Jayo. I to ask, aid from you; but Little rfzht . . ... i rn. tome lajjjy mod, oared. A woman I1IIKJ & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Ja. W II (llven, IMMt A' Newund lrn 1MIN CI, -- UMO. I -l I f p S B H j BJ iIBI ! ZBBBB ' i ' m ol St. Louis & tho West Lou-Al- m m m mi' " N-r HBBSE 3 5 ,E ssi E ! III : .. r ? f 1 I i f ? uuuu; w c w -- i 1 i ft .j j a I j r - 'ii i" M w II Ml ' --- BBSS' SB i i I j u-- SS j h I ; : p liainS saxsssas Aro you falling, try Wcua' IliiLTn a purp, clean, wbnlrsomo c "a et) 3SBBB3 32 EESB BEdBB MAYNVIM.K KoaTll-UOUM- ? U t.unira. TONIC. DYSPEPSIA, Headaclio, Torcr, Actio, t lulls. Nlco to UKr-iu-.. rx-- or Drain, Nerves. Ftomach, I Jier, kldnes, urea .An I acquaint luvu-vron- t. IIHAMC'II. yroTSTT TToTTr I Dally Dally Ha. Hun. Kx. bun. Lvo Covington. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. O. & M. e. Timo and Suro neotions jMmmmmmmmmm E. 8. LivtK.'iu.niKnt wonts, Norvouo Woaknoss, ucciinu. rlnlnrln. ix'nniK ot Dnisirists. not., 0 for l.() bo-ar take, tnio merit, unciiunlun for Paris Arr Mlllersburu " Larllilo " Johnson " " IxliiKton " Mayevllle IS a lu fi 20 S 47 8 40 n v 00 a in fi 07 9 4S a in 7 0(1 10 80 a m' 7 S S nil in' in; i 3 00 so Wilis, Jersey City, N. J U.H.A. -- NoTsy " .... pin " p m pm p in p ta pm pm UOUTll-IIOt'HI- ), ovcr-nctln- to-da- mmm fimSi ticnuo-Urinary Dally Dally Kx. Sun. Kx. bun No. Si Lve Maysvllle.. " Johnson " Carlisle ".'.' Arr l'arls ' Lexington,. " Civ linjlon ... Mllleraburg 7 ... 7 r. in I J ao p ., tn I "Q n a ui, 2 Stpiu -'I ,iil it a ... n f)'l nm I i. ,a 0 10 a m n CO pm It DOs ml ft M pm .1 ' in ,i I Buchu-Paib- a Remnrkublo Cures of Cattrrhof the Bladder, Inilammatlon, Irrltationof KM- nrvn nni n miner, tsmni) or iirnvi'i uis- resets of Uio Prostate (J land, )roslcal ir Rail-ray- Female Diseases, Incontln- ruco or unne, nil uispuses or ino Organs In either sex. For or Unnatural DUcharcrcs use also "Chnnln'e Injection Fleur," each 51. ror niiuiM, enner contrnctcsi or hereditary taint, use Chipln'H Constitution Hitter Hyrop, Sl.tM tier bottle, and Clwpln's KriihUltlo 1111s. $J.00j nndClia-pin'- s rJyplillltlo Balv, Sl.oa. o bottlM fiynip. a of nils, 1 Halvo, by. Eipros ni'lnt of 810.110. orntllruzi-ists- U. S. A. K. H. Wru. Jereoy City, N. J., . ' ..- Yij.. .ir :ic Notk. Train No. S runs dally from Knoxvlllo, Winchester and Lexington to Covington. Train No, I runs via Lexington aud l'arls, and tot via Winchester anJ l'arls Train No. f, j dally except Uunday ltreen Lex. IrRtou nnd l'arls, but Is dally from Cimlimatl to Knoxville. Lexington and l'arls: No. S2, daily except leavo l'arls S SO a mj arr Lexingtons 10 a m. No, 63, dally exctpt Hunday, Utu Lexington 4 30 p m; arrive Paris S 15 p in. Kest Line: No). 3 and 4 tun via Winchester, Polld Trains, with Pullman ri'eoplng Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Wlnchaiter and Washington, I). C. Through tlcktds and baggage checked to any destination rrached by t railroad. o. u. Jiuuor., w. 11. WIIITTI.U3KY, Trav, Pais, Agent. asCTiigrr Agvill, Covington, Ky, Islington, Ky, C. VT. SMITH. U. W. FULLER, Sun-day, t. 'JcucrM ilaa'jcr, Uea. l'.JU. St I41111I011 Hull I'hjIiIoih. Ijomlon Juily.) Why llio '.Siulro Smiled. ClmmborsburK rtejxwltory 1 A llttlo plrl on North Main strnot had iweti qIvimi. -- otno versos to commit lo memory by her Hun Iny school teacher Inst Sunday. Bho told Jiff motliOr nloilt It on cnmliii homo and snld they wero tho llrst threo vcrsesof n clinpUr in Bt, John. Her llttlo brother, who was in tho room, nt 0110 exclaimed, with 11 tlnitnpot his fist on tho table: "IVpn, Inn'tlet her learn tlicin' ThntV tho man who beat Hlalnel" Tins 'sipilro smllod audibly. "Turn llncU I) Tlllle., HwW i f yJm "5 f On tho I'tHs of Election llettln-;- . llunectloribyDIHNyc.1 Our dnyn aro as tho grass, Or llko a morning (lower, When chlllln.? winds mvfbpVcr tho plain, They wither in nil hour. How vnln nnd empty nro things terrestrial. How void and vacant the wholo earth scums to him who buys n plug hat for another man- Wo think wo can rend thu signs of tho tlmos In the torchlight procesl sion, hut wo cannot. Wo guess' on tho result nnd then purchase n new(over-coa- t for a total strnngur, wnilo wu stoor our own arms down into tho myktorious lining old coit an I fto' sad. Tlio of our three-yea- r sight of a in w t.h nhu hat brings tho tours gom-orn- THE FUN OF FAMING. AS RELATED BY n -- THE HONEST FARMER" HIMSELF. OUR. Tlio Villelty of Retting Up Knrly nnd ToiiilliiK the Mode Tlio Hired Mnn Wnjs of I'lnntiiig utid Hartf-tlng. New York Times LADIES', MISSES' 3s.3ST33 to siiv cy. Tlw C'iilriiK Costume. id wL -' "So you think you would llko to bo n fnrmerl" snld the honest inotnlier of thnt profession (enllod honest for the inko of euphemism) to tho hMorlnu, from tho sent of n dingy wngou nt tho Onnsevoort market. "1 kuppoio fomobody hns been Ulling you that tho fnrmor is tho only independent man on tho fneo of tho broad enrtb, nnd thnt tho rural Ufo of tho tiller of tha soil Is 0110 long parndbo of penco nnd hnp)lnosj, with nono of tho hnrrowlng enres Of business or tho wenring juOi nnd grind of tho grent city ti drivo him ti tuvinaturo old ngonml liisine nsylums. I'll till you how much work ho doof nnd then you Judge for youreolf. Lief see; where shnll 1 bcglnf "Regln with tho Ut of Jnnunrj'i" suggested tho historinn. Well." continued tho honest farmer, reaching down from the ?at of tho dingy wagon to udmiuitcr a slight kick to his dingy nigh horse mid shout "Woa"1 though tho benst had uot movod for ton mlnutoj. -Will, I'll begin with tho lhtotJanunrj-.- " ncix?s, which Ihnvonftrm of soventy-flvfiittunntoly U'kngs to me. Otherwise I should .bj obliged to from iSUO to W)J rtcr year, which would nbout swamp all the profit I get from it. Now, for farm work in January. That Is aliout tho laziest tlmo of tho year for tha fnrmors. I keep ten cows nnd wll milk in tho city, nnd m 1 nm obliged to get up nbout ! o'clock in tho m rnlng to milk my cows nnd get the milk to th UitIou in time fur tho train at 6 o'clovk. I have n hired man, of courre. My lilre.1 mnn is u boy about 10 years old, nn J It you over riod to wake him up in tho o CHILDREN'S FINE KID AND GOAT 4 . I 1 Put hi lo I'li'iiui ttir CmiiitliiK Honsti. ,!ll'ciinliil n Kji' Little drop of printers' Ink, A llltlti tjw "dl'playi-d.JInl;wi our men-limi- t prlncov Willi all their blot purado. I.lttls lit- - nf ntlliRlnoM DlwHnliMK "Hint'." thulium of f' jrliitr' luk lit Ulllk. I iKl I MM llU IT liu'iu, (liisluug old inuidi "H lint, only ltt mora dajs of Irnpyear left'' Modusty nlono lmt lrept mo fifiin cx.Tit-,j. my pjir ;ntivo 1 ." snt iy Ill "J Ciitiiiulilitl A tUrouJ old Ldy of tlii plnee cftutlonril her snarrlwl daughter q;nlnt worrying her liutbnii'l too tnucli, niul tfiiirlutlml by Jug; "ily clul I, iviunn U like an fuct K'jit In liot wiiUr n llttlo hlr ho my boil iwft, but kV Mm tJiSr'e too luii"" J ho harden" 1 lie l'liltiiiliy. IhUI..ii Kxpfuwi ("oininrrrliil Dcprixiloii. 'Wall A 011 '.'rnnninlrnt CritnU. cominerclal travulci kturto.1 out to call n boot nnd nhon drnler In n town In n town in Michigan, but found tho storo closd nnd tlin inn 11 sitting ncrms tho street I Tie tiahtofa nrio ithdxinii ttlt: hnt Irinni ' itrtifg to mi on n pllo of lumlicr. to ... .1 f n... rri. , ""VliMshatyllmni'tUls inwmr nskeil tho 1 IIU illllt'l iuuii V(IJJIU uuuiu iuu lliuuil traveler thought and too much tlmo to tolitIcs. If "Vlwll, dot sloro vns llftl (wp," was tho nny man rufers to pollllcu In my hou-- o - reply. I will sot hlnu up in the requlescat 'What has liflpnedr bu'lncs-- . Iho following notice Is posted in I put n slinltlo iiiortgao on dcr "Vhell, tho iimln hall, whero visitors present tholr tthoclc, uml ( hssIsii to iiiiiw brudder, uud I credentials! (MM), uud I hnf u Kit a note uml Mrun it ; flr nnd dnrn't kU kjiiw itiaurniiru, uml der I'nrtles referring to tho Into : : election in n light or flippant : sliqriiT wnll;s In lUid I wnlkii oudt, unl I : mniuicr will ploast statu, lioforo tubbiiwit vhus hnt you Kll commercial : loavlng, w hat site of collhi tlioy : : wear, nml whether.kthey deslro to : : lw bn-,- fl .inexpensively or with : i . 1 hlr,l Ne !) iias !. i..'M.t. here-nfte- li j'' r, fr dprIoiu" THe two -- UK Mbft fidtrrthiettM'litM inn li. r.by lj rS,,. l,r Mil, f dliiwlnir ordi-- r . 1I f-Knmily ll-i- VoljUK I'oubl, rmuJ '" I Mr, lloiiimli tlit-v Tnll itlver iwrMW': f.irbid ml prmms e, l"!" app'nr Ml k : : tho l' 1 poiuinnd eclut. I'timates of , : furmslMd mi n(ipllnti(in ixnnp nnd eclnt : trust-Yl"!l- Ilunge the Into i'c" nnilllintil ,IMI,f, n no l!rfiUifJi JlMtKl'U.K. . ' ' L"0$b JttTUllV I nv-,- r conirdito'l SIo n'ots of ft' Mmr. Ili'ttiu ! . mix- rilil) iihk ( Imv iik1 hull-liI nm-li l.m Iiliti rlnir him It cn.lrilktll.l-- . HANS Ml HlKbl " U Hlnvrry Hay. illa-Tr'- a WcoUy ' J t I s - ., 1 nn I Goe Out Into the Col I.U It I"i .1 -- m no jwlitfcian, mid never was. Iain just n plnh, miaMumlng, bnttnlciitod rlinp, s with n tendency to coivaro frelyon that I don't know anything about That it is tlio reason why thontrrorn ImrenlU will I'Mik down this Ronton, on n toll.iimntour M)litlcinii in my wnrd wenrlng thn same underclothing thnt ho worn last winter. 'I havo no objection to nlloAln,; n. profes-slbnj olitlcinsi tho privilogo of lictting on election return, but its poor Imslnem for n man of lottu-i- . Tho litemti ought to ub ktnln from it. John Itunvnn never guesswl on lmllana nnd got loft, did he.? Ho wns no gues-r- . Ho wns, nwrittr. Iot every mnn ntteud to Ills own butlncu, I.say, nnd slum politic as' ho would the ilaadly'juirtroo. I'arties who havo couutiies that they would like, tohnvn s a vim I will bo nt tended I 1 3 if they will cnll during olllee hour. think tho country ought to Iftaved, nuVI am wI111)b todb whnt- li right, but I have (,ono cut of th plug hnt business. 11 sut-jo.tnl - .jTiTwirmTl khl A JfUla HrM kW1 A MiiKimnlininn rxmJjSW '""ft' sla11 ;nu;ii!ilo M tW. . Srrtnnt. l YfcCTTV i- -' lllneller Fsl- v. Sli.. very - Talking nN.ut r0'ft".bHlilnf; All UhIi nt," He Wax.ry's thin;; of tho I thought wunct,1 Drcas It Oft. 4 I &- Ami thu Savoi tlio Exenwt - ot Hair-Cu- t. tins A 4 (Jurlliin writ nkl "Ihiw Jimc, who nnil;rnf ilo you spoil ' imi'rl Jonw, who iiIhojm IpnlW by kOUtld. nf Knktijrniptiy, HMnlt I'rru 1'rHK 1 Tin' llnrnrt'-- . ISiMlkln. tltlt J llimlrttt,is""The Room Kiln AVht-ojoem Ilon-nt- h th Itaftors," In which ho declnros hve "tan th-- i boriwt coma forth from limulng liOuse.' ' Wo hit don't Intend to critlcln Mm. Wilcox'i "ovtry, but when she. calls h mud wnsp n A hornet's tint, Kiln, Is linriKt kick. mndn of home-spupaiwr, ami is built aro'iul S"S,00() hoxnsonul holes, thore bein, nbout whn the m- -t Is In exerutlvti (M liorni'tH to tlio bole. Tb nwt Rrows, in n kuI sain, to tho FiK of n biuhol ninl n halt niensme. 'Moreover, poopln do rot "lie in iho trundle, lied" nml wntch tho horiiats pLij, iu you nid you did. Ah. wo; when they lnp'ii to come iimiii the hornet r--t piny, they turn nni llr, cr would llv if thry oould trade off Tho chief their boot for n jmlr of wmgs iudutitry ntiioiic hornets the mnuufneturo Hnmlot sponks of of prolxs nnd lxKlkliiH. tnklm; IiIh (pilotus "uith n biro bodkin. " No it, when u man tnkrs nbout threoniuar-te- u of an Inch nt lioruel'i bodkin, Itdoosn't Ijiud no; it makes him muko his quietus Jump nml holler until you enn henr him a , n mild nnd n hulf, or two mllds. lntt siiml-nAlli- Mistress to tho now servant: "Mnry, I nni going to tlio tlientor this evening nnd will l",l' j t I. U not return uuiu laio." "Mndar.19 it Is not necownry yourself." Ttu to exemo uiiex-p,H-'d- ly plre of I.lfc. (Hsxrwliurg l'strlot) "I just went out to seo tumo one," snld he, in answer to her questioii,.as ho tried to lean his cano on the bnck of an orchestra chair. "Yos," snld she, picking up a bill of the to see tho evil one." play, "you're "Whyf said he, Inughfng, "do you bm the cloven foot!" "No," wns the roply, "but I smell tho cloven breath." And for tho rest of tho evening not even tho bellowing of the big trombone wns nblo to smother tho silence thnt Kittled ovor tlicsj two young hearts. lon A I'oor 11 curt Gladdened. Life. "Jcntbn." Mr-- . ing n letter Loin. "S-mi- i. "I thought there win n k in It wiiiowl'Tr," remarked Mr. Jonci-- , doubtfully. "Tlint would make ilnu of It, spells 'That' to," inld Mr. Jones, prou llv, and wroto honio thnt lirr husband had n now fine (tainted fur liN store Iti'llrn of lliirlmrloin. ISt Unit CVitlo 1 Tlio following bofci made Iwforo o'ecUc:: Ik." I. In- -; All Artiiind. (Arknnsaw Trawler "Whero wero you when tho first shot was asked a lawyer of n fomnlo witness fro t n n shooting $crnpo. "I wns lying down on n sofa." "And whuro wns your husbnndr' "Ho wos lying down In tho buck gallory." "And whero wero your children!" "They were nil lying In tho b;d fast If -- r.wir-- . L I J P -- WW r. I K .- still romnlu unpaid: About a,000,lK0 SWrctllvr. Hovornl huudrod thouuiud nocks. Nearly 10,000,000 hoots. Almost 8,000,000 clmnce of salvation. And atouU.VX,000,000,000 but not put up. nsliop." "Any othor msmbors of your family lying down!" "Notthrt I know of ; but if my brother had been there ho would havu boon lyiug down in tho courthouse. Hols a lawyer, like you ' At tho Theatre. Texas SUtlnRa.) v thnt wero Lot .Naw "Hoy, Marlarl Ixxk; I just had it put Li my babket, I dunno what it is, but it's elthor a squall on toast or n charlotto rooster! Now n Hot AVrntlirr I'rophct. Ufo. Wigf-iii1tlio woollier propliot, ha joined tlio Salvation Army. Hi i'lit f duty now is to prophecy hot (vcnthtT. All of which, considering the reliability of tlio prophotln tho past, Is ostromdy coin forting to sinners. -, Necessity tlio Mother of Intention. Christian nt Work. "Why did you put thnt nickel with u hole In it In tho contribution boxf" nsked 0110 man of another. "Uecnuso I could not put tho hole in without tho nickel, nnd I hnd to put iu someWhy tlio CloKim' ,lok'M Ntner C!,nnsr. thing." l'lilladelplila Ki'MK.J 1,1 17fiO Onn flmwtfn WnaMiifrtriti ntfntiflnil Philadelphia Cnll: Tho leader of the cow. Indignant Old Oentlomsn (t3 young lady boy bnnd nt the entile convention usosn whllo ill this city tho Hist clrctHovcr starlet' revolver instead of n bntou. In thl country. Out of respect for liU who has Ihou jabbering at tho top of her silver-plateWo havo often thought thnt If musical dimemory, no clmngo has yet been mads In volcj) "This talking U aboininnble. Nobody can hear a word." rectors would nourish n pistol instead of n tho clowp.' jolws. Young Iidy "That's just what 1 was stick tho orchestrn might piny better, but tolling Miss Smith here. Thoso nctors keep wo suppose the temptation to shoot would Noiristown Heralds Whntia thoilIITerenco between tho mnn who is "transfixed with up such 11 rncket 011 tho stago that you can't lio too strong somotlmcs. lorror" mid a leopard's tail Aiis.Oue Is hear youiolf speak." Peck's Sun; A Hoston womnn hns Inuuclied "rooted to tho spot" and tho other lj spotted (P.8. If tho lcopar(Jfjl l Richmond Btato: It to tho root. that mnrma n lioto word upon tho sea of" Mngunge, to ' not spotted to tlio root, this convr"';-.- .. Indo is now boiug nmdo from banana sklna, wit: "llnchelottcs," menuing slnglo women who havo b?cn left out In tho cold with Joclnroil oh. Anything to koop them olf tin nido walks. nobody to warm thoir feet 011. , uio uaa nn ntiDurn-nnircgin, nnd prom. Tho thnt called it VTliaiiU" Ised to take her out riding, fcbo met hirii nt Whltohnll Tlmeas Sninll sin" nro tho polka stulllii day" was not far out of tho way. tho door when ho drovo up, nnd ho "HtlloJ loodyf Kho mlsunder-too- d dots of cbnrnctor. him, nnd thoy ijoji't gftok liow. d a morning you'd think he'd just taken chloroform. I get bo mad nt tint boy when I am a little Into Iu tho morning that I sometimes nlmost Ho iny temiwr. sleep so hard that ho might bo kidnaped uml given n Russian lnth without waking up. When you onco do got him wnked up he's nil right, though, for tho day. Then wo go out to tho barn und start n flro Iu a txillcr to warm the feed for tho cows nnd "whllo tlit U warming we clenn out tho fUiblus. Did 3011 eer toko hold of n pitchfork on a cold winter's nioniinjf Well, the hnndlo of n irftchfork is tho coMet thlsij tln-rIs. It's cvldei eu tliun tho il!nge tnuU-- you voted fur on the morning utter his election. If tLe tlicrmomctt'r is 10 degrees Iielow zero in the morning the hnndlo of tho pitchfork will bo 1 degrees below, and it's a tiecuHar aiies of iH'iietratiug c.ld that goes right tiiiiiigh thu tluckitt mitten. After you've liii'l hold of that pitchfork about six minutes you'll U'gin to wish thnt your parents hnl Leon burn oil tlltrereut iilcfi of tho globo and never met each other. "Well, when you get tho cows milked you go nnd clean on" tho horse you nro going to drive to the station with tho milk, or rather miu let your hirol boy do that and you go In ami get your breakfast salt iork, fried potato, nml colTeo, nil very' "ouk but tho pork. Wliea you got bnck from the station it w ill be nbout 0 o'clock, and four hours' n oik done. While you hnvo been gono tho hired mnn hn tho horses, tho pigs, nnd tl.o chickens if he lin-- done hU duty Now comes the t.uii:evsof watorlng them, cows ami nil. You will tlnd in tho country thut a LenoHcient Providence hns situated nil bnrns nlout I to feet from tho pumji. It is n siocial so that you shall not becoma Heto for wnnt of exercise. You take two I the pump, fill them, imils to aid tho burn, to Ptnjfger, Imck uid the wnter'p1nihes over from tho pnlls .nto jour loot legs ns ou wulk, nnd which is vt-cooling when the thermometer is below zosa And you wouldn't bellovo how much ho txnxta n HI drink when you bring It to em. If you turn them out to a trough they will tnke nbout twoswnllowsof wntcrapiece. If you carry It to thorn in pnils they will drink throe pailfuls n pie 10 out of pure just for the mke of seeing you carry it. After you get tho animals all watored vou nnd the hired mnn chop feed enough to last for tho remainder of tho day and tho lext morning. Tho chopper turns llko a Water bury watch, and when you havo 'chopped" for half an hour you will Ik will ng to go through the inachlno yourself and xirao out in small pieces rather than turn it iny longer. Tho mnn who iuventod these utters ought to be treated that way, Justus they utilised Mr. (lulllntlno upon his own invention iu France. 'Uy tho time tho feed is chorpod It is time to feed all the animals nt noon, and then you go Iu to dinner. After dinner you exchange tomplimcntn with jour wife, whllo tho hired nun chojA tho wood. (You will pleaso ob-vi whnt a soft thing n hired mnn has on a .arm. If ho only knew it ho might got a crent deal moro pleasure out of by rving a Urm in a state prison.) If tbero U nut nnything rnrticular to do after dinner throughout the winter, there U nlwaj's 0110 resource Thnt is routing potatoes. You ee, nil the potntrrs .n n wnrnicellnr begin o sprout toward s. ring, and if tho sprouts grow too long tlipy entwine together and ninko tho potatoes sol.d. leidcs decreasin!; the genitive jiower of tho vegetable. If there is 0110 thing that is rcifectly heavenly it is to tit upon n rev' lx-i-l peck measure in a potatoo bin and sprout j Dtntoes hour nfter hour bj tho light of n In item whllo jou exchange ktosiesfrcm the ilmanuo with your hired man. 'Thus you occupy ,,ourvlf In w inter. When gentle spring, diphtherial Milldnes, coiiios, j'ou liegin to get rend j' for tho summer. IJefoie tho suow it ott tho ground you begin to cart your fertilizer out to tho Held? toas to take udvnntngo of tho sleighing to get it tl ere. You nho tnko down your mil fences and put them up again becauso tho mow will huvo shifted them all, and you must get thnt dono before the plowing senson begins. You begin to p'.ow ns soon ns tho frost gets out ot tho grourd, nnd with this rcnl commencement of tho agricultural ecu-o- n your work begins. You havo been resting nil winter to prepniu for it "All through the lovely, lenfy month of Juno j'ou sj end your timo hoeing tho potatoes, coi 11, eta Tho invention of tho Colorado beetlo has added another pleasing complication to the raising of potatoes, for ou now hnvo nn opportunity to amuso by sprinkling them with Paris gseen and water, wh.ch onlj makes them fat and cn riches tho druggist jxu buy tho stuff of. Tow aid tho latter"part of Juno nnd tho first of July you begin hnylng, nnd now you work nbout twenty-twhoui. u daj. lletwecn the ilrst nml second crop of hay there is just about time enough to hco ovorythlng again, and after tho second crop you begin harvesting. And oh, what joy unspea kablo it is to dig (totatoes and bind oats and perform other similar ojcratioiis uixmi grain uud vegetables. That lasts until tho cold weather, and then you havo nil tho grain to thresh nnd all tho coi 11 to hmk, end you coino to onco in a market, as I have dono great while." lo AN NT E'wpm t flri 1 ! TRY A PAIR. GEO.H.BRUCE&CO STAKFOBD, 1IY. A SPLENDID CHAN hh Haviua1 determined to go ft ) cuss-"dnes- s, to engage m ousmess, we. will commence 1 West M REDUCING OUR STOCK From this date at greatly reduced prices. We will sell all at cost, consisting of Farm-Implemen- ts ei exl-ten- a o Wagons of all kinds, Bu'g' gies, Carriages, &c, All kinds of Plows, Sulky and Turning Plows, And we will be glad to entertain a propo-sitiofrom any one wanting the entire stock, and can prove it to bo the best n paying stock in Stanford. o Stock consists of Hardware, Groceries, Farming Implements, Wagons and Carriages. y, BRIGHT Ilcfercncc-rir- Tho ongravlngs for Hiii-peMonthly cost a jenr. Tho Century has spsnt ni much ns "0,000 for illustmtlotu for ono $100,000 k st CURRAN National Hank. . article. 3r ,. COMPETITION DISMAYED! PANIC IN THEIR RANKS! r f . M - " Great IHI of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Clothing, BlankHoliday Sale ets, Cloaks, Shawls, Trunks, Valises and Useful Novelties Powers """ originators A re- & Go.'s 1S86. Suitable for invited. Don t fail iemrMcehblnteriorgournal ruHhed a.OO Tuemamya J see our Cheap Tattle. A LISSSSbScS the People. and Promoters of Low Prices for all HARPER'S MAGAZINE and WrfW PER ANNUM. we have to When paid atrlctly in advance. If time. 82.80 will be charged. ntt ur Stanford. Ky., December 16, 1884 Cait. In the annals of crime It ia rare we find coma aiurder more malicious than that by Rankin. This Is not merely mitted the first impression after the act j it is the deliberate conclusion when the hest of the The Rankin moment has subsided and a calm and trial has been gWen the accased The decltion of the Court of Appeal, granting this conticted criminal a new trial, should, if it does not siarue me com munity; it virtually throws down all barriers .n.n.t (ha crime of murder. It hWlfVI about with the endless and interminable technicalities of law every man with blood of the prosecution must be made known to y and approved by the defense. The merely of the witness in question exposed a conspiracy to clear Rankin by It revealed a manufactured testimony. of affairs which is. a disgrace to condition The Commonwealth's ny community. perjury in this case was Attorney eaya that barefaced, and that one witness fled the next day to escape proeecution. was justice thwarted! Thus was ' Thus truth pervertedl Thus was the memory of the victim maligned, and a stain placed on bis nwnei Thus did falsehood and perjury ahield the criminal and undermine the wery foundations of organiied society! The Commonwealth's Attorney baffled the conspirators. The plans of tbe friends of the murdered were unesrthed and ex posed. His whole defense fell like a houss A Patriotic Virginia Shoemaker. of cards. The marvel was that, with the jury did not fix death as the Mr. Douthat, a worthy shoemaker of the case alt in, the recently neighboring village penalty. to the peni- wrote to Presidentelect Cleveland, asking Instead, he ws sentenced of boots t tentiary for life This fact alone shows-tha- him to send his me ass re for a pair was not unduly influenced by to wear on the occasion of his inauguration. the jury responded in a very polite the eipsseure made osribehalf of the State. The Presideot unclouded by 'the letter, thanking Mr. D for his kindness, It shows to every mind, crisp twenty-dolla- r sophistries and fine spun theories of men and enclosing him a The money was rewho handle law as a purely speculative bill with his measure. whom Rankin turned by the pitriotic shoemaker, but the Bcience, that the jury before n President insisted on his receiving it tellwas arraigned was al least in a mental boots do htm justice; to see that no part ing him that he would appreciate-tbto lost just as much, and that he preferred paying of the testimony in hisrbehaif was he would cer There is no evidence no hint, no indication ing for them, and added that prejudice against the murder-ei;n- d tainly wear the boots on the day of the Inanywhere of Msrion Conservative. yet, on this pretense, on the idea auguration. Attor-ne- v that, bectuse the Commonwealth's Capt. Adam Renaker, while in Lexingdni not ralu- -- to avail himself of Ken- ton, Thursday, called on his old pastor, nedy teilimouT H the ot er testimony Elder T. P. Dudley, who, although blind year, quoted for the State i raluless and is in his ninety-thir- d There ciuld hi no more serious blow Scripture fluently and talked well. He struck at society. Nothing could do more also ot R ?M. Campbell, aged nine- than such sn opinion to encourage lawless and Mrs. Campbell, aged eighty-fou- r, It is ouly the oca and increase murder. who have lived together for sixty criminal classes .the law protects. Their year. Mr. C. knit socfi for the soldiers rights, real or imaginary, must bo sacredly in 1S12 Paris Kentuck'ian. guarded Tne dead have no righW; they Bucken's Arnica Salve. . tell no talefj ther can take no appeals. Salve In tbe world for Cuta, Bruises, Tbe only mtu in this community whose The Sores, Ulcars, Salt Rbeuni, Fever Sorei, Tetter, lives are safe are these who have killed a Hands. Chilblains. Corns', and all Skin testi-monpoli-titiacon-ditioe oa his hands. Striking ts is the decision, the opinion alsrm-is- . on which it is based is even more all the plans It declares in effect tkat The Commercial in apcaking of the same case tr ys it was one of the most brutal murders er committed in the city and it was wilh difficulty that a mob was restrained irom wreaking summary rengence: Now the Court of Appeals steps in and annuls the trial for the reason that the Commonwealth's Attorney exposed the the prejury of one of the witnesses for the defense without giving the defence due noRinkin mart be tritice of h intention. again, and now, with the lapse of time, ed the probible disappearance of witnesses and the prejudice which the court's decis-io- n uites in his faror, the prospects of an acquittal, or at least a much lighter punish meat, are greatly increased. If we look back over the record of the put fonr yetrs we cannot find a single instance where men with money or political influence have been punished for crime in thin citv. When the Court of Appeals fail ed to acquit the Governor was pursuaded r ii. meintime the nnnr ew wbo hlTe ,0len a few dol- WendIeM . . !iL lars' worth of goods have been sew mm clock-lik- e regularity to prison. Why is tt.t.7 Whr ; it more difficult to prove to the eatisfactlon of the Court of Appeals that Cope Snapp stole immense sums of money than that John 8mith stole $107 All me technicalities and pettifoggeries of the law are blown into a cloud through which the rich or influential scoundrel escape the clutches of justice in that court. ns The Court of Appeals, composed of and notably lacking in judicial ability, ovei tales tbe decisions of that Judge and makes the execution of criminal penalties almost impossible. This dots not encourage law and order. On the contrary, it invites the commission of such crimes as was reported from Rowan county yesterday. In yesterday's CommerCornell-son- , cial we pointed out the fact that Reid, need not the awailant of Judge abandon hopi so long as the Court of Appeals exited. He bas already applied for anew trial, and the execution of his sentence is one of the most improbable things we can conceive. .... being seriously markable proposition discussed in India. Tho new theory of the orisln of cholera is that the disease is caus ed by a particular form of germ resembling a comma in shape. It is proposed, at Bombay, to try this germ on criminal offenders who have been sentenced to death. The plan is to introduce the germ into tbe system of the convict, and then study its effect with a view of learning as much as poa sible about the cause of cholera, and hence how to cure it. This is not to be done, however, without the criminal's consent.. The idea Is to give him the choice between the certainty of death by hanging, and the chance of death by cholera. If he chooses the latter alternative, and survives the experiment, be will he entitled (o a commutation of the death sentence. The scheme is a ghastly one, and yet we see no valid objection to making the lives of men who have been convicted of capital crimes as useful to the rest of the world as N. Y. they can be made without cruelty. Ledger. Young Fuquln u considered an' inoffensive and modest chap," aod diligently worked for farmer Ftnley. near Wal worth, Nebraska. He fell in love with pretty Mary, only 20 year old, who scorned so humble a suitor. Mary and her sitter went to dance with the two lads ther liked and the modest young man, mad with jealousy, took position behind a straw stack and gun and buckshot wilh a double-barrelekilled tbe four. The old father, hearing the shots, went out and waa neatly dispatched with a blow. Then this inoffensive young man set fire to everything within reach, went down to the river bank end blew out his brains. Is d Novel Use for Murderers. HustomriXle, ILLVNTRA1ED. Ky-- , Headquarters for Santa Glaus Supplies. ...--..tt.1.... I- With Ibe new volume, beginning Id tiramUr, Harper's Usgaalne will conclude u thlrlr-ofl- h year. Tbe oldeelpeilodlcal of lie type. II la yd In cb new volume a new Magatlne, not almply It presents freth subjects and new picture, but alto aod cblcily because It steadily adfancei In the method luelf of inafanncruaklcc In a ward, tha MafAitnA li.r.itn - m.a nut ...m it. tt ,MVr n.a III. . MV " faithful mirror of currtat Ilia an.l i.m..n.nt. LmJId( feature in tbe altiaclUe proframma for ISUare. Mew serial norela by GoosUnre Fenol-moWofllaoo and W. V. Howell; a new norel ! ne aaiiiwu more:" iierierlptlre llluilra-te- d paper; by K. D. Millet. K. owatn ulffarJ.E. A. Abbey, H.UIbton. aod otbtra; (loldamllb'a "fltie H too pa to NDquer." 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Clalhraaeafor blnJInt. 60 cenu tug, br mall 1 1 1 V1." ?i!,,,"', Mmmio". Alphabetical, Acs- llllral and Clinton lor V.iluuiM I to W Irxluilra, from Jure. I'MJ.io June. HW. I l Sfo.iloth.il. lUmltUncf should be nude br Uonay Order or Draft, to a told chance ol loaa. ewipaperaarenoliocopr ihla adterllaemint without the eapreta order of Harper A Drolhare. AUdrrae HAHfEU A UKD8., New York Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and a Full Supply of Fancy Groceries, Candies, Nuts, &o. n 1885. HARPER'S ILI.CSTBATJED. ,.!I7T.r, W,?,k,jr h'!.n?'r ft' twenty J sail main-- ? poaltloa as the leadloe lynewipaperln Atarrl'a. With llluttrated week- a constant In- WEEKLY,- - d ,Z! Ki i tf, clll bt in rhiniw.1 Eruptions and positively cure Piles, or no pay man. I la guaranteed to give perfeit satlsfac-tlo- r of Appeals U driving us on to The Court In the South, turkey bones are thrown ortu'. yrelunJed. Prlcn 21 cents per box. anarchy, The recordi sliow reversals of awiv to the dogs and cats. In the North late Penny. murder cases on every imaginary pretext. the are carefully collected, first to make Very Remarkable Discovery. Time is no point too small, tco insignifMrs. Geo. V. Willing, of Mancheiter. lllch soup, second t make git), and third to icant, too flimsy, loo frivolous, p sustain a rit...- mmt wife hai been almost helpless fcr firo make pearl buttons and pips stein. Turhope for the reversal of any case which years, so belpiess tbat ibe could not turn over la key bone pipe stems retail for twenty cents Bit ends in a conviction for murder. The bed alone. 8be ued two bottles of Electric able each and are bought at wholesale for about now Judge, if he should dsre rule; ten and la so mucb improved tbat ibe Itwill do all $2 a gross ruling of a if he should to do her own work." Electric Blttera testimonithe real of the State's Attorney, Is claimed for them. Uundredi of If William A Chance for Wheeler. intelligence of a jury tbat als attest tbelr great curatlvo powers. Only tlfty A. Wheeler will coma out of tbe woods and daro be zealous; the orthesan or lis Ignorance; the intoxicationor the evil centa a bottle at Tate A fenny. take Thomas A. Hendricks off to some accased; tbe good ity of the An Editor's Tribute. good trout stream and teach him the duties have at these Theron P. Keator, editor of tbe Fort Wayne (Incharacter o his victim-- all pretexts for diana) Gaxttt, writes: "For tbe past tire years of the Vice Presidency, he will serve his time or another served as one country as he' never served it before. enlarging tbe privileges of Uave always used Dr. King's New Discovery, for Borne decision coughs of tbe most severe character, as well as tor Chicago News. bringing the the criminal classei and thoie of a milder type. It never falls to effect a We The humorous market is dull. more completely under peedy cure. Mylrlendato whom I bare recomquote: Coachman jokes, prime, at 5Gc spesk of It In the same nigh terras. Havmended It their dominion. every cough tbat X bare ner million: ice cream jokes, no demand; u ing been cured by It of remedy for such a- deplorable, bad for are years, I conalder It tbe only reliable bank cashier jokes, weak at The per ton us trait and aure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at of affairs Is far to seek; let choice plumber jokes in demand at $102 and prewvering Tate t Penny's Drug store and get a Free Trial our people fflll be patient per ton. San Franciico Poet, Bottle. Lare aire tl. DiriiTHEHiA Dr. Lolli, of Trieste, uses exclusively tbe following mixture in tbe treatment of diphtheria, and in sixty cases the mortality was less than two per cent., the malady having a duration of but eight or ten days, and being but rarely propagated to the muicous membrane of the respiratory organ: Ferri serquichlo-rid15 to 45 gr., acidi carbolcre, pur , 15 to 55 gr ; met. rota;, 1 ex; aqua' calcis, 15 fl. cz Tbe throat is swabbed with Ibis mixture JT- - 3VE. every hour, adults using it as a gargle, and be taken in tablespoon it is besides, to doses, diluted every second hour. Of course, tonics and yery nourishing food ! form most important adjuncts to the treatment. TurnThdao Wishing First-OlasSelfish "My dear," said Mr. B. to his outs wife, while his smiling countenance indiShould call on 0. a. CABPENTEB at his Livery, Hale and Feed Stable. Llrery run in conneccated the con'clousnesi of having done a tion with tbe Wrathartord Houae life insurgood action, "I have just had my D. S. CJ. II VEST Kit, Huatonrille, ky. 401.21 ed for your benefit." "Well I declare,' said Mm. B, looking round upon her family and fiiends with an expression of in! jured innocence; "to think of the selfishness of men, aod particularly of husbandr! Livery, Fried, Sala and Training Stable. There yon have been and had your life insured, while your poor wife way go withFirst-Cla- ss Turnouts Furnishod I out any insurance on hers It's just what G. St. G1VKSH, Pro'r. I would expect of voul" HuitonTllle, Ky. 1 Galveston of A veneable maiden ltd recently mairied an old widower. Ooe of ber friends meeting her said: "Your husband seems to be pretty well on in years." MoKINNEY, KY. "He had three wives before me," she re I am proprietor of the abore Hotel and do all In plied. my iower to make It "Oh, I sec; you had to wait until be got than through with them. Well, better late STHICTLY FIBST-CLAS8iftingr, euppoae." never, I e, Give Him a Christ mass Gall OOOK, B . 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