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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884121901 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t , Sew Veekhi VOLUME T. l mlefinf ImtftraL. 19, 1884. xm W STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER iM til rt THE T 3DEEID i 1 IS DOISTEI D 1 IfilpT D MllllJll D i&ilU 1111 : RRIBLE SLACfiHTEB. THE GUNS ARE BOOMING AND A FEARFUL CUTTING IN THE WHOLE LINES! A GREAT MANY WOUNDED, BUT NONE DEAD! I will The above heading may read very sensational, but it is the full truth, that from this day on till January 1st (inclusive) every articlo in ray Store will be offered AT AND BELOW COSTI By doing this during this red letter sale, but my customers as well oa tho30 who wish to patronize me shall be convinced that D. IvLASS will not be undersold by any one. naturally lose money Now is the tinie to take Advantage of this Great Opportunity and Lay in Your Supplies. I have l.fmpht too heavy the teason for Fall Goods wps short. The only remedy left for me is to unload (as I never believe in carrying stocks over from season to season) and the way of unloading quick is to put Hi; Basses in tike Fslees p te fie Handle, without segasd of MatU is 8 "Wimi esg$ Best &osa." ii ii ii ii SH 00 to 812 00 ;u l.i uu to 7 no 10 00 to J) 00 to G 75 5 00 7 0 to 3 75 5 00 to 2 25 4 00 to 20 00 to 17 00 is 00 to 15 00 15 00 to 12 50 13 00 to 10 00 7 00 10 00 to 5 00 8 00 to 7 00 to 4 7.") T) 00 7 00 to 00 to 6 4 00 5 00 to 3 50 4 50 to 3 25 3 75 to 2 50 1 75 to 125 ft i fioraea My Here are some of tho Cuts and Slashes that will be made, ( can not give them all, on account of limited space) duiing this RED LETTER SALE: CUTS IN THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Men's Overcoats cut from i u ii it ii ii ii ii i . ii ii ii t Men's ii v ii ii .' n , Indigo Blue Calico, from Great Western Cotton, from... Good Sheeting (.10) from Good Plaid Cotton, from Good Ginghams, from ... Good Canton Flannel, from... Good Canton Flannel, from n i. Good Bleached Cotton, " Fruit of the Loom Cotton, fro m Best Bed Ticking, from... Good Bed Ticking, from ii ii ii ii i. ii Suits .. . ii ii ii ii ii ii i. i ii ii linn' ii i ii Knita ii " ." '. ii ii " Bed Comforts " AHWool Blankets Good Blankets, it ii Iflnt9 ii . ii u .., . . .. Jeans Pants i ii J mim LWs to 25 to 2 00 to 1 150 100 Large Bed Spreads, 75 Jrora Large Shawls, from 150 " from... CUTS IN THE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Good Calico Cut from 5c down to 2Ac .... Dress Goods, from All Wool Cashmere, from Dress Flannels, from 7c down to 5c down to 6Jc 74c down to Gc 25c down to 20c 8c down to GJc 8c down to GAc 15c down to 12i 10c down to 8c 8c down to GJc 7c down to fSc 74c down to 5jc "9c down to 8c 25c down to 18c 1 8c down to 15c 15c down to 10c 12Ac 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 81 50 SI down to 75c 52 50 down to 81 75 .... 82 down to 81 25 8,c down to 5c 81 down to 05c ...75c down to GOc 7Ac CUTS Ladies' Custom Made Shoea, from it ii i IN THE BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT. ii ii ii ii ii ii ii i. ii ii ii ' Fine Button Shoe, Good Front Lice Shoea i ii ii CtU .i u ii .. Men'a Biot', Calf Skin, Men' Eota (whole stock) it ii ii ii $4 50 down to $3 50 3 75 down to 2 75 3 00 down to 250 2 50 down to 200 2 00 down to 1 50 1 75 down to 1 25 1 50 down to 1 00 2 00 down to 1 50 2 50 down to 1 85 3 50 down to 2 50 4 00 down to 3 00 3 50 down to 2 50 2 25 down to 1 75 Children's Boot?, Plow Show, i. ii ii 2 50 down to 2 00 1 25 down to 1 00 1 00 down to 75 Cuts in Hats and Caps, Furnishing Goods Department. ii t 150 down to 73 Men'a Nice Hat", from ii Dots' Good ii Can. i L'nderbirt ti $3 50 down to $2 50 2 75 down to 2 00 2 00 down to 1 50 1 75 down to 1 25 1 50 down to 1 00 1 00 down to 75 25 down to S3 SO 00 down to 40 75 down to GO 75 down to 40 65 do n to Cwerahirt', 59 down 85 down 75 down to to to 50 60 25 , 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. B. KLASSi r rt, a. The citizens of rsI rk. proved Managed by Jno, B. Fith. Lancaster, Ky. , giving, lending or procuring of spirituous Murcury 8 degrees above zero Info The fight for the Collectorehip no longer December 19, 1884 liquors in that place or within three miles morning, ice almost thick enough for skatSUalord, Ky., waxetb. The candidates will cool off durof the corporate limits. ing. ing the Holidays and "come again" with James Mitchell, pugilist, was arrested There has been a great deal of lawing W. P. WALTON. on a charge of murder. It is alleged it at Livingston lately. Two of our lawyers the dawning of the' New Year. Success to was in a fight between Mitchell and Mul-doo- have been down there all tbe time for the winner. A Washikoton dispatch sys that the It has long been the manifest purpose near Yardleyville, Bucks county, a jarepcted vieitof Sam Randal! to Kentucky year ago, and Muldoon died of the injuries. about a week. of tbe Kentucky Central R. R. to run its Christmas promises to be itij lively Tennessee and Alabama is well nndentood In the House the vote on the proposi- up here. Several ladies from a distance passenger trains on the Richmond branch, be a declaration of war by the tion there to so s to avoid making connections. For to retire the one dollar and two dol will spend that week in this place. Protectionists upon the Revenue Reform-- lar legal-tenda while its trains connected at the Rich notes and issue silver cerOur town is supplied with coal from of the States in question. Joe Brown, tificates in denominations of one, two and mond end; but by the new arrangement of Wnll I'Hper, WIllCM. MllMlCHl manager of five dollars, was defeated by a vote of 210 local mines at 12 cents per bushel. The last Sunday, which arrangement is faceCIiuihIcaIk, of QeorgU, is the Southern MOOKK, Liquor InMracmcnts, . r Laurel coal, delivered at this place costs I'HlHlM, MtHtletierj, IIkhi-hthis f eheme. Mr. Randall's hope is to ee to 49. tiously termed a "schedule," connection is IV Nenpft, Oils, from 10J to 11 cents. MobHccen, Cutlery, The will of the late R.R. Springer, of cmra something like a demonstration at mide nowhere. The management ought JLaaspg, l'crfkaiery. D. P. Bethurum will begin the manuFire Armtt, BfKCklH Louisville, which the protection news. Cincinnati, gives to charitable associations now to be very happy. The Kentucky few days. His disOar Jwclrv, Silverware and Optical Woods Department Is In Charge o?CJ. claim as a rebuke of Beck, about $500,000. Every Catholic charity is facture of whisky in a papers can Central, io far as the Richmond branch is is situated near his residence. J. Thoa. Richard, who will Repair (fitches and Clocks Promptly and la the beat Blackburn, Carlisle and Willis and anoth- remembered and Music Hall gets $76,000; tillery concerned, is a snare and a delusion. tJI6e the College of Music $50,000 and the Art W. Miller has been appointed storekeeper Miss Nannie MoNer, er at Nashville to rebuke Ishsm G. Harris, a. charming for the United States to watch the said disgreat uprising of iron workers Museum $25,000. sd then a young lady of Carlisle, is visiting Miss Iier-ti- e The only punishment inflicted on the tillery. tUirmingham to tell the world that there Collier, on Lexington Ave. Miss Eliza Rabbit and partridges are very plenti ta a revolution of opinion on the tariff in Captain and Mate of the Mignoonette for slaugb Reynolds left Wednesday for a two weeks ful in this vicinity, onr hunters are the South and a consuming fire fcr the eating the cabin bor is, that they shall be visit in Bourbon county. William O Owsby the doisn every day, Some is also said that the fed at public expense for six months. Had tering them Pennsylvania idea. It ley left for Burksville Wednesday to reof the farmers have posted their lands and salable editor of the Louisville Post had a they eaten the chambermaid they would main until after the Holidays. Miss Ella do not allow parties from a dislaoce to probably have been pensioned for life. band In inducing Randall's visit. He Watson, the charming young assistant on their premises. hunt Times. wants to get up a ptotection boom in Louat the poitoftice, is able to be at her post A twelve year old daughter ol John It is stated that Mr. Jame! 8. Harrahan, isville and thereby spite the Courier Jouragain after an illness of several dsys Jse. DIULKKS 1N- General Manager of the Louisville & Nash Jarret, living near Brodhead, was burned Curry will cleik for nal, which counsels against any public noJ. C. Hemphill comweek. She was left Drugs, Books, Stationery and (j-- ffivllle railroad, hss rent his resignation to to death one day last tice of the visit at all. mencing with the cew year NN & TS President Milton II. Smith, to take eQect at home to take care of some smaller chilrciiiuy Miliums. PuCV'f(T- !- -- P r n '" watch. The Boston Pott says: "Here and there the 1st of January. It is Generally under dren while herm other was away, andgetting WASHNO TON LETTER. riiysiclans' irrKrip ibiKirciiratilyeoiapountliil a contemporary hasTemarked that, even if stood that Msj. James Geddis will be made too near to the fire place, her clothes caught u" ITothe EJItorol The Interior Journal. tendered the position of Secretary of Slate, General Manager. and she began to whirl around the room Washington, Dc. 10, 1SS4 Tho quesMr. Btj srd would hesitate to accept, lest Few people have any idea of the sirs until tney were all burned tff She died tion of interest in Washington now Ik the "by so doing he might destroy hid chances of the Exposition building at New Or- in a short time. Spanish treaty submitted by Minister Fos lor a luture election to the Presidency. leans. The Centennial hall at Pnihdelphia Miss Ollie Butner, of Brodhead, ac- ter. As has already been ijererally pub The Largest Stock of Watches, Clock, That would be a poor reason for heaitn-tio- n was considered an enormous structure, but companied by Misses Swope and Witlur, of IMied, the terms ni this treaty are such Jewelry and Silveiwara or declination. History proves that tbe it is said the Centennial buildirgs altogeth- Lincoln, aro visitirg at this plice. Mies Hint its cor urination would rediic the hvrr l.toiixhtloUilsiuiiikM Prim tl.sn office of Secrets ry of State is a fine stepping er could be enily stored away in the main Susio Green, of (lafrard, is veiling at J.hn Uriffon toKicco 50 er cent an I on sugar th lmit: WmiHot, Clo kiiml JitrltT li,- on buii nolle miJ Wsrrntl. stone to tbe Presidency. Of our Chief hall in Niw Snodgraee, of Lexing- in a similarly radical manner. While the flftd whic'i caverj bitwsen T.Clark's. Kugere Magistrates Thomas Jefferson was Secre- thirty and forty acres. ton, is going to spend tbe Holidays at hi Senate has not yet reached a dUcUMibii of tary of State under Washington; James The Controller of the Currency, who old home. Eld. J. 11. Limerick and wife, the treaty, its merits hive bfen prMty thor Monroe occupied thp eime position under is Commissioner of the Freidaiana Sa7- - of London, have taken their abode at M. oughly delntnl by the Senator nnd mem Madison; bo did Qjincy A Jama under in? and Trust Cimoiny, made his annual J. Cook's, in this county. bers individually, and it is evident that it James Monroe; Martin Van Bnren was report to Congress of the aiiYi-- s of that The following named young ladies awl will encounter very strosti: opposition. The Andrew Jackson's Secretary, and James company. The totol pirmen! nude de- gentlemen were appointed by the ttjperia-tendePfpuldent, the Secretary ofSiato and Min-ite- r Buchanan was Secretary under James K positors since the f lilure of the institution of the Sordiy Sshool to ac s Fos'er hare preeen'nl ihtir nri.ment Polk. There have been n few misses, as were $1,715,141, or 'V.' per cent, on lottl de n committee to atnnge r Clritnis tr'c: In us ftvor, hu' tbe buinei intirst in Henry Clay under Adams, Williitn II. prits The Controller recommend thst a Adams. Ciej William'. K' v l.i I ).? Tn viiN.r wnti Steward under Lincoln, and James G. Congress mike provisions for this payment Jopiin an I Itoa Msr. S. L.j II ue aUo U h.tliiiel to treat it,.-Elaine under Garfield. Piesidenlial aspir- of tbe 3i r cent, balance due depositor', U'hilehctd, T. N. P. .tens and F. H c Idly. fhe dtoiicrai, a far.;, nre ants nre not likely to refuse an offer of the which is estimated at 5059.000. Reppert. This committee is to have tall not disponed to let a republican ad minis Secretaryship for the reasons given by some The fact is, nnd thore neod b i no wink control over everything connected with the triDoo deal this tttretaplorily with turitl of oar contemporaries. revision and a vary strong td'Uient of the ing at it, tint lnsh lav doss its work bet- Christmas tree. J. L. Whitehead invite." every body to republican oijeri very ilecntallr to say took uo particular amount of sagacity ter in this State Una the law of the Com2It IJjring the pi-- t two setts examine his stock of HoMdav good" before surli reciprocity. Tli. aie all troug to predict that Blaine's libel suit agiinet monwealth. awl it in centrally underload a dexsn Ijnch-ing- s buying elewhere. Beside the uMil line the Indiana paper would never be brought there have probsbly in Kentucky, every victim of which of toys, he ha a good stock of silverware, that Mr Hiaine Is inpiriri th oppofltlon to trial, or to see that the heroic manner Cake a that srnre. tetde nil this, there ! in which Bl line announced that be would amply deserve i the fate he met. Within cxpistinrf of Individual CUir, Fruit D.shes, Pickle CistoM, Vases, spirit of antrr reveiitaHrat on th psrt of the same time there have been upwards of defend his family's honor if needs be, with number of Toilet Set- -, Jewelry Cwe. ie also a good many wembsr of the I bus of ltepnsenta-liv- e his life, was.n beautiful poe for political two hundred killings, a which were murders, the per- collection of Poems. Novels, S ories, Chat- at what they term sn infringement cf effect. The suit was dismissed by Dlaice's petrators of which fell into the hands of terboxw, Photograph and Scrap Album. their prerogatives, chiming tha the Kieru g attorneys Tuesday, their client repreent--inthat he could not git justice in Indiana, the law. Now, how rainy executions hive Santi Cmu fti.l, during Xuu, make his tive is practically usurping the function- I Is thero a man living now who doubts that there been? Perhaps half a dozsn f Liu hetdquartersat Whitehead' store in both of the legislative iioffer. So, 5Isil or- according to presect indirition, ihe Williamsb-irami Mt. Vrn.r. isville Commercial. the Plumed Knight seduced the woman female or- s oi t ie ireatv, ders rrjmn'lv attended to an r : t r.at mat whom afterwards he was forced to make his DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. oers will receive the immediate attention j Hny of the treaties, are not particularly wife? -- t Wni. Denny shippiit from this point to of the proprietor. bright. A scheme to use the surplus in the New Orleans, Wednesday, 30 head of good I understand that Mery. Morrison, CARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. TretBury to make up to soldiers and sail- cotton mules. Mill, Blount and the Speaker have decided Lancaster. ors of the late war the amount lost by them The County Court recorded Wednesthat there shall be no tariff bill report' d by reason of depreciation of the money in day, a conveyance of 10 acres of land from Micy of the sweet school girls will go from the Wijt and Mtans Committee tbi t which they were paid from 102 to 18G3, G. M. Moore to W. F. Pitman. The land home during the holidays, and the fscnlu Mr. Morrison wauls to the session. was very properly reported adverely by tbe is situated on Salt River and sold for will have a little needed rest. sentiments of the new mewbsr, elected to Committee on Military Affairs. The counThe lawyers say that litigation i the next Home before urging tbe uestion Mr. Wm. A. VanFleet and Mis Em- looking up a little. It's time for them that try seems to be doing about as much for sgaln. Ilehopw then to pw a bill of his iier soldiers as she ought to hi required to ma C. Barkley, and Mr. Frank (J. Wood it shculd, for the scant dockets in our own creation instead of pressing Mr He. do. Most all the men who were in the and Miss Sue Yeager obtained license to Courts for a long time hss caused them to ttt'ti meisures. It is said that the revenue Federal army are drawing a pension or try- marry Tuesday and Mr. W. W. Begley and look down. However, when the lawyers reformers will have uniietioB.-iblconing to do so, and sixty to a hundred million Miss S. R. EJwards on Wednesday. are not doing well, it i not a bid sign for trol of the new House, and it is aborted As the Heather grows colder hog, turk- the rest of tho population. dollars is being annually paid out for that by Morrison's friends that the republicans ey and chicken stealing becomes brisk. Mr. purpose. Mr. L. F. Hubble is still on the decline. of Missouri and other Sirtes where the D. B. Goode lost three fine hogs; G. R. The New Mackey Bennatt cable re- Pope 13 turkeys and any cumber Mr. people He gets mysterious looking missives sentiment is strong hn7e of message sent las: through tbe mail and mysterious looking pledged themselves to support n bill to received an answer to a week in 13 seconds. The New York office have had chickens stolen, but thus far the packages come to him by express. He duce duties. thieves have eluded cipture. spends most of his time gszing contemplat inquired how the weather was in London, Ths announcement is made that Mr. Amind Briscoe was tried Wednesday ively at a small picture frame, embossed in when in that incredible space of time tbe lUndall will soon start on a trip to the dry." bifore the police court for a breach of the blue. In common parlance, Frank has got Wet and South He will go as fir South of answer came, "Stormy night-v- ery peace and acqnitted and on Thursday mornThe space traversed was over S.000 miles ing was brought up, charged with using it bad. Gorge D. Burdett, of tbe Enter H.rmingham, Ala., and will visit among Mr. This is wonderful and yet there is an Amerother cities Atlanta, Nashville and Louisthought up violent, abusive and menacing language to- prise Grocery, wore his happiert smiles ville. His wi'e will accompany him, and he ican Btatesman who could have wards another, but as the acts complained Wednesday morning. Caue: Hin wife had for a number of speeches There a lie even quicker than that. of on both occasions were the same, His just presented him with a fine looking isbookei' Exposition :at New Or- Honor thought that the latter prosecution daughter. Tbe little stranger has been ujio special decision or event at Hny of the The WorJd'a Mr. Rimlall thre. It is should be merged into the former, and for christened Mary Woodcock. Grace, mercy cities to take leans is now under headway, President given out that he merely take ati vintage having, from the White House in that reason consigned it to the tomb of the and peace abide with this tiny bit of huof the recess to meet his Southern friends manity. Washington, set the machinery in motion, Cspulets. repeatedly invited him to do so, d The students of two of tbe classes of watery particles in the atmosphere who have Tuesday, by simply touching a button The but it may be that tbe rtstute Samuel is with a telegraph line to the mam- - Centre College before whom Dr. L. S. Mc- - Wednesday morning were caught by the laying his wires for some Southern delegamoth building 1,300 miles away. It will Murtry has been lecturing for some months chill Northern currents, congealed and pretions in the convention in 'S3, or getting yet to get the exhibits in order past, on Wednesday present! d him with cipitated to the earth in the form of take weeks the present time for the Speakership crystals, causing vulgar people to nearer bat even now tbe Exposition is the biggest some fine instruments yery useful to gentleof the next Congress. men in his profusion. The presentation look out at their windows, shrug their thing ever seen in the South. The statue of Dupont which is now in was in appreciation of the Doctor's efforts shoulders and say, "We are having the MOTES OF CURRENT EVEN TS. place will be unveiled with appropriate to instruct them and took place in tbe Col beautiful snow." on the "0th, inst. Senator flay-ar- d Candidates for tbe Legislature are al- ceremonies North Middleton suffered a $o,000 lege building. What the subject of the will be the orator of the occasion. The lectures were and the name of the instru- ready being mentioned and chances can fire Tuesday. Is considered a very creditable work. Thesuow is Irom three inches to three ment', your correspondent was unable to vassed. Mr. R. II. Tomlinson will proba- statue It bears a yery striking likeness to the ofli-clearn. feet deep all over the Northwest. bly be urged by his friends to shy his cascommemorated, and makes a notable George G. Beddow, after several conThe bill to establish a Department of tor into the ring, and if he concludes to run tinuances, was tried Wednesday for selling addition to tho urt treasurers of the CapiAgriculture has pasted the House. will be a formidable candidate, lie has bronze, Dr HOVAXKO. In Philadelphia 120 women and 293 a drink of whisky to a noble youth named been for everal years Chairman of the tal. The figure is of heroic size, in "Koufcli on Kats clears out rats an J luiri f iiml'ar w Hi II ? :i,r,t Henry Price. After banging away at the County Democratic Committee, but Iibs nnd the subject is represented standing up-o- n "ttoush on Corns' lor I urns stil llunlonr i'c. rTin i ami i ' r in men are praying for divorce in tbe courts. ' ii r 'i I til n. Mil II it it h Kenewr-rretor Thin iopli "Wells' Health the deck of his vessel, with his head unHi The bill to make the Southern part case for several hours, George G. Beddow never held office. l.ili'i I l.' ir) I t.l It l Ii' iieiint covered and raised, as if gazing at a veseel hralth and tlaor, cum dysipsls, Ac St. I umli anil Lung Mrtli, l..nTL III" grrst lr Territory a State passed the Sen- was finally convicted and fined $100 and of Dakota William Baker, convicted at the last "Hough on Toothache" ulveilDstaut rellif. I'c. costs, From this decision George'G. Bedtlijrl-- f irlli- rifimlv, hnv(r kn"r, f r in the distance. In both hands he holds a ate by a strict party yote. UJlei whowouU retain frehucs nnd UTaclty, Congli. I lilterm of Circuit Court for malicious woundi iiiiHiiln l, jil afli II. nn ft dow prayed an appeal to the Circuit Court, binocular, which has just been lowered from don't fall to try "Well' Health ltenewer." A bill prohibiting railroads from ing, and sentenced to two years in the penurlmry cure. the Tli root and I.'inirfSin Prim .V c ti aal 1.0U. "Ihichu-palba,- " followed by nn action being grrat kidney and which prayer was granted, and now Geo. uM t.v Mrlt.UrN.l charging over three centB per mile for pasit itentiary, received a Christmas gift from his eyes, the rats, mice cleared riles, roaches, ants, naked eye. The sculpG. Beddow is to be tried again in Februasengers has passed the House. in the intent gait with tho the Court of Appeals, Saturday, out by "Hough on Hats." JBc. PhilaLoudon corporation offers $25,000 re- ry for selling a drink of whisky to a noble shape of a reversal of his cae. A fault in tor was Mr. Launt Thompson, of Hough on Coughs," trothes, 15c; liquid, 55c. aiVSBisilliaiiMSP-7-sssaBaHasiiinH-aa delphia, nnd the cost of the statute was and conviction of per- youth named Henry Price. For children, alow In deTtdopincnt, puuyji.il ward for the capture the instructions of tbe lower Court is the Why, lot the stricken deer go weep, and of the pedestal and prepara-tion- delicate, use "Weill' Health ltenewer." sons implicated in the attempt to blow up ground pointed out by the revisory bench Si:!,000, Ttie hart ungtllcd play; "Hough on Dentin" Tooth Towder. Try It 18c. $ 0,800. London bridge. ere for its action. Denny & Tomlinson For some must watch while somo mint sleep, Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility S. Mr. Arthur has again taken up his abodo J mri . hin .!, UI.aLiv t. fit Eo rues tho world away, . A Washington paper says Blaine beBiker's attorneys . i"i"r llnritf I cured by "Wells' Health Hcnswer." St. uulitnirs, rv ti at the White House. He has not occupied . ,,mi ?ie! ' '."f ,""". inrenlions and imtrnl induce! Old Wednesday night about 8 o'clock while Worm Syrup, for fcvcrlshnws, Mother bwau's Messrs. J. A. & A. O, Burnside have lieves Senator Gorman ...luiiru, , .. nu, rrr I ntiratnl nun cottage at the Soldiers' Home eince his worms, conatlnailou: taatclesa. VSc. l ip..r."' V'J. f "Wins". .Til llrntitn furnish i to mako the "Rum, Romanicm and several pereons were sitting in the ticket mxde a satisfactory arrangement with their his n rinary ' " I"Ton -, '", "".rfinpniiioi Stinging, Irritation, nil K ilney aim I n ul. 'rKitnnniM.rl oflico of the Cincinnati Southern depot, an creditors, by which they will continue New York friends came on to Washington Rebellion" speech. I,T..,Jl,fT,M AMimcAV I in li that III c(r fl. - complaint cured by "lluch with reference to the Sena" "p, ', idoA ' In the House a bill was passed which unknown man of unknown color stepped their business as usual. This will be good to consult him Night sweats, feser, chill ,, malaria, ..y.pop.u, , ris,.wml' ,r. ncwdi N to forward mail into the public room anjoining, picked up newn to everybody, and especially to tbe ship. Jd by allUrn. ,!,.., alctn. MUNN A 1 1) "Wells' Health ltenewer ," cured by authorizes Postmasters lUlIl-llcNn. 'Vl .. seems that the absurd story going (writes a lady) ! hr.n llinp inn It Mv hiikbaud Kttinn A Cn Int. matter of second, third and fourth class, a trunk left there by a passenger and car- laborers, Messrs, Burnside are active, en laaaabi nlo hid Thirty-Sevpaid in ried it a short distance east of the depot terprising, business men, do business on a around about Dorsey having given 5100,- - i.iaii ilnca inlnir "WclU" Health Hcncwcr." Jl. 1 on which postage has once been Yenrs Ifjounro falling, broken, worn SIout and ner-tirartlrn llr,rf. .. . .. and proceeded to break it open. The noise large scale, and furnish employment all the 000 to Bob Ingereoll as his fee in the Star AS .l tho Patent Olfico. and hat a prpiirvd i. vous, use "Wells' ticauu iiencwcr. mora than Ones Hundred Tliptls-nn- cl wai made out of whole -- Mm. Fannie O'Conner, of Kooxville, nc made attracted the attention of those in year round to many persons. Our people Route Trial intimate friend of Dorsev cloth Prevalence of Kidney compl.ilut In Amerkij spplliaiiona lur patgnts m T i 1 asked an about United btalrt and foreign rmitilrir qtilcV, (omplctof ure. ft. Tean., hss within two weeks had two fine the ticket office and mado them suspect for hope to Bee them succeed. ml ia the matter and he told me thai tnere was Hia An.lcttmrntfl. nnd all iilui-- r tiani-r- f r hums and their contents, fifty animals, the first time what was going on. On be not a word of truth in it. The f.ict is t'jst Positively tho largest stock of 'cnniig t) tiirinlorn tliir rilna In , I nilfil Htati", JUST AS (JOOl). etc., destroyed by in- ing approached he fled. A young man anaila, I'nplancl, lranri-paid Ingersoll a cent for all horsea cattle, mules, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware nnd Dorse7 never (iTinany Btd olln r fn icn minimi i r. Inger-soitho work he did for him Colonel parrdatah'ttniili inndnraionaliliti " . tn nnerpttloifiUalerina e tfll"ii lli1, named Williams shot at him feveral times Musicul Instruments of any house in Kencendiaries. !., Infuru nti nrnl (iltiiuiiiiKiiauni.il hii in by the way, hai returned U Washingfur roughs und (Vdds pinl In iih fully Bin n wiilii ut liurgir Senator Uiyaru is bsiu to rmve m unU- but does not think he hit him, He climb- tucky. I have the largest stock and fin of irrsllgioui tnlk PIm,ii with a fresh Iniirmaliun .! l. r, I rwirfrt e"d ns Hi" "Id i.ll.iM In. President Clevelaud, at the Int ed tbe bank fenre of Mr Joe II. Tnomas mske you lower prices than any other ton has delivered stock fifty lectures dor- - MoMiiIkO I'onihJast l.uug Usrun, tinlid yuii lu.it llirniiRli .M.inu A f lintrn Inn a letter to nollocil in lbs N i' m alnul He and n Huiiinun 1 i. ter'j rcquwifeignifringjiia preferencesor Htid ra"nTfrnui there to tho premises of V. honse For every $1 worth of goods you ing the (i.ist two mOlltlw.ail I his rift profit hju this rmedy and will tat.ii no utlwr,)oii ar ' Amarnail inn. Tlni jwrnmo l.o "miltUn--. i wall nnilirii.ill all uib M. Field. Jr. whera bo finillv ilwnn. jyjrVyeM"CLS tho pOSl ofiBecretary, buy from now till Jan, 1st, you get chdiice from t lies talks are considerably 7er f'll, IUU to U greatly delvl. Prlcw, M csmts and "JBai (jeireil.'Ji ' r ' t.W. Sell by JtsUeLsru itafst. free in t $'200 Mindolioe Musical Box with 000. w " J 4V im "" the next jpabinet -. post-offic- CitleUsfe'art; have a p. law which prohibits the sale, a ML VERNON DEPARTMENT? 1G .inch cylinder. Rt member the plsre J. 0,..ThomponV Jewelry House, opposite ' M'ROBERTS&STAGG mmmum Stanford, Ky.t n, Opera House Block, m Drug, lVimy & M JEWELERS. I IkUt PHARMACISTS, -- ' Ir OUR. nt Mis-esIJ- Ke.-nsr- t, m-tl- p-- - J&.JSTT- bn lis-ket- hre cold-blooJe- d 1 (( 'Jfine kid and goat t "A t n M IT LAbijiiiiU Ar-th- TRY A PAIR STANFORD, 1, s con-aects- tran-pare- nt GEO. H. BRUCE & CO KIT. 1 I i 1 er -. bed-bug- s, mxjTAntt$w$) nc-i"inirri-ianriin'. ' , Bur-char- '',,,, . i ATENTS. en Im a Dia-mond- ..,,,. 1 l, 1 i - . i 1 11 Skm VOLUME XIIL mil fitefio 1884. mtftutf. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 402 WAR TO THE KNIFE ! KNIFE TO THE HOLLOW ! ffiraeratAii Sfem id? l Ml, siM CLOSHSTQ - OUT 1 j THE u 3-PE.- T w - sr. SAL T b Lflkav HHiHHH jtoM itflkk HHMB UH i c B Let the people read it in reeling italics. This is a boua-fidfIlI3Stf inOSS not a CLEARANCE Sale! Four Thousand Dollars sold in November; Ten Thousand MUST go December. This is the week lor the Bload J Slsmhtex o! 3Psic6S I The biggest drives ever offered in Central Ken'Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Fancy Goods, Dry Goods, etc. Special Bartucky on First-Clas- s Suits, stylish Hats, Gloves, Kentucky Jeans, Rubber. Boots, gains in Overcoats. Gents' tailor-mad- e Sandals, Arctics, Coats and Gossamers; Ladies' Wool Shawls, Skirts, Cloaks, Hosiery, Underwear, Fine Dress Goods, Trimmings. A special slaughter in medium Dress Fabrics, Ginghams, Flannels and Waterproofs. A lino display of Fancy Articles suitable for Christmas presents. The instructions to salesmen this week arc: "Let 'em go! Sell 'cm! Never mind the cost mark !" Now is the Sale the place time and the Great Closing-Ou- t Having determined to quit the goods business on account ofi'ailing health, 1 have made up my mind to stand any sacriiice that is necessary to close out my stock at once FOR CASH. J. W. HAYDEIff. ! EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT ! GREAT SLAUGHTER OF FINE CLOAKS ! WELSH Mu. Jaiiphi.v. ''You can't , dfcive me, Mr. Jarphly! ' ssld Mm. Jarph-lyemphatically. "It was napp'uhly "d after one o'clock, and I waa't aslee p." "Why, Auiandy, you're badly mistaken," replied Mr. Jarphly, in a conciliatory voice, "It wasn't mote than 11:30." "Now, Jarphly, don't you sit there and fslilfy to me! I'm no fool, if you think I LvjL'iiEi) -- & WISEIMI-A-iN"- , ZDiNVILLZEL Gc. 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 day, and the week following the Entire Stock at & WEMLT BMSBMWE I Ladies who have not yet bought their Winter wraps will iind this a rare opportunity to do so. WELSH & WISEMAN, Huebsnd "My dear have you seen anything of my collar button?" Wife. "Did you loc il?" HuHband iwcaatically)1 "Did I lose ii? If I hadn't lout it I wouldn't ak you if you had neon anything of it; would I?" Wife (nervou'b looking about i: "Well, don't you know where you loel?" Husband (jumping up and down with rage): "Don't I know where I lost il?" Oh! yen, certain, ly. A man would be a fool to loce a collar button and not know exactly where he lost it. I dropped it not five minutes ago up in the Northern part of liritlih America. Tbat'a wbeie I lost the collar button, madam." Lost His Collah Button. am! "Auiandy, I never said you wsi; you know I didn't. I only say you're mistaken mj dear, for it wai only lliltO, or mebhe 1135." "Jarphly, wot' the uie of your sitting I could there an' lying? Don't you know see the clock?" "Well, Auundy, I'ye got nothing more a ninety to taj, if you'd rather believe nutmeg clock, than nickel-platea your own married husband," responded Mr. tWe-centd Jarphly, deeply inured.-rittsb- urg Chron-icl- e. solilo- An Alabama negro was heard to quire phjloeophically: "Deeun am w hot. am 10 hard de cotton am so grassy, de work datdi darky (eel called upon to preach. Chattanooga Times. to relieve to Colorado or Now Mexico, for riire air man t'oniumptlon, 1. ll mistake. Any reasonable Dr. Boianko'a Cough ami Lung Syrup for would uw Consumption la all I" ' of Cough., Colds, to give relief la U thM aro Pains In tha Chut and all otftttloei primary ft Consumption. Pries, GQeat. .o0l...lrl fdbrMoRobJrts8tBJ. . anJIl' to" THIS IDEA OP GOINO WEST '" " "'"' Uton-chlt- alio the Estey, Sboningerond Hamilton Organs. Instruments sold at prices and terms to tuit Easy to See Through. Don't gWe your orders till you get our How can a watch do matter how costly-- ts ex prices and term. DanTllle, Ky. erted to go wheu the mainspring wont operate How can any onate well when hit ttomacu, liter or kidneys are out of order? Of course you say, "Ho can not." Yet tbouiandi of people drug 8T AM FORD, KY. sloog mticrably la that condition; not tick abed, W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. not able to work with comlort and energr. Strange, isn't it, that all the real, unrea- How foollih, when a bottle or two of Tarker'a Hits of SUge.OxSO. Eight complete sets of Scensonable bulldozers of the South turn re- Tonic would tet them all right. Try It, and get ery. Besting capacity, Including gallery, 600 jwasoDsoie raiea to gooa attractions. Addr more back tour health and inlrlts. publican? There was no Positive Cure for Piles. The reason women, as a claw, don't smoke narrow and unfair than Mahone. There To the people of thli county we would say that is because they cant't keep their mouths was never a bloodier minded democrat (up the time the democrats in Congress re- we hare been glren the agency ol Dr. Marchtil's shut long euough to prevent a cigar from to and Trade-MarsecureJ, and fused to seat him, without regard to the re- Itallaa Fllo Olntuteit emphatically guaranteed Careati, beall other patent causes In the Patent Office going out. J Lowell Citiren. sults of the ballot) than the gentleman to cure or uiouey refunded Internal, External, fore the Courts promptly and carefully a and tended denounced as Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price M cents to. whom the republicans once Upon receipt ol model or sketch ol Inrentlon, I World a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAlIiter, CUIIK KOll 1MLKH. "Fort Pillow Chalmers."-Na- sh. mike rsreful examination, and adrlse ai to patDrugglit. entability free of charge. ar frequently pre ceded lj u win ef w i isht PIUs An Illinois lady is said to have collected t'tea moderate, and I make no ehttrae In the tack, lotus ami lower rart of the abdomen, Daughters, Wives and Mothers. in srciirrrf. a string of buttons !M feet long, This nutria special rilerencea sent on Information, causing tho patient to iupposoholiasomnftitlun adrlio ana application We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil's many men in the State with ol tlio kidneys er neighboring organs. At times, IjITTKLI,, a female remedy, to cure Kemale Dlaca-a. Patea t Office. their Minpeuders attached to their pants Near U. Washington, I). C. symptoms of Indigestion aro present, a flatulenr, such as Orarlan trouble, Inflammation and shingle nail. Elinbethtown News uneasiness of thn stomach, etc. A moisture, llkv with OhlllllM h ,. fla Ulceration, Falling and dltplacemint or bearing prmplratlon, prcluclns n ny tlUagrrratlo Itching, thsialtt of thsi dm of down feeling, Irregahulttlea, Barrenneu, Change HcItOnKIlTH ii. STAOCJ, mtji,. sua bit gma aftiT cettlni; urm, Il n Tcry rotmuoa tteuJut. vo S DATS.V almoit aalftrut iitufa;. o( Life, Leuconbcra, beelde many weaknesses K.1 SSFBHnaUtt at tm Uoa. llllnil, l!locllnsiitil Itching I'llMjIohUt once to the ths Druggliti, who aro alwai looking after ths springing front the abore, like Headache, BloatMURPHY BROS, SSW rasMSutMar. application of Dr. UoMiiko'a I'llo BroiMy, which sett Internt of tbelr cmtomen, bar now Mcnrnt the ing, Spinal WeakneM, riU, Tr 81eepleunou, Nerroui da Qsuwsa th (.ot c( M Mrdalbtt Dr. Doianko's Cough anil Lang Syrup, a remdlrrctly upon thn pnrti alTtiteil, allotting ths tila of In ths blltty, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For salt by Irtai Casabll Os.' . th rwbtlc wi now nnks edy that nerer falU to euro ColJi, Talna imonf ths Itaalfif Tumora, allaying tfav intemo ltchlu;nml afToctlnja druggliti. 1'rlcoiSl and II 60 per bottle. 8eod ClootaaatiJHHI perniiuptit euro. I'rlie GO cont, Adtlrni thn Dr. Chrit, and all Lung AfToctloni. For proof Coughi, to Dr. MarchUI, Utlca, N. Y., Cor pamphlet, A. L. SMITH. freo. Iftidftwd. Ft. Itegnlar ilie CO crata try a fr lampl tottl OoMDko Mr Jlclaf Co., l'lju, Ohio. 5oM ty Mcllcb tale by Penny A McAUiter, Drugglits. For and fl.00. erti A Etngg. .ri. Post-offic- e, Coxsi'Mrrrivts. (imtiner has employed petroleum with excellent reHUlls in In one cneu where iodine, quinine, chlotide of ammonium and antimony .. . .... . .1 l:..L l!it: . uni n'ji Kle uie (iaiicui iub bukuicbi reuei, crude petroleum in its natural state causd Half a perceptible improvement. was given three times a day in sherry wine. In four days the pulse, that had been 120 per minute, became normal and in less than a month the cure was complete, It is best given in capsules as the ordor is more repulsive than the taste. .!. -- ul At Winono, Ole Thorsdale went out to W. P. BIcCLAUY milk the cow, but before he had begun bid Is a candidate for represent itlre of Lincoln conn- BEPRK3K.NT3ty, subject to the actlou ol the democracy. task concluded to hang himself. Seme & people may think it's fun to milk a cow, JOHN II. MILLER Cincinnati, but after a little experience they will nnrue LouliTtlle, Ky., Stelnwiy A O., and Indlanapolli, Sons', Decker liroa.', to the conclusion that Thorsdale was about Ind., dealers AIn Fischer, Vote A Hons', Baldwin Is a candidate 'or representatlre of Lincoln coun Haines', J. C. i right. Co.'i Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Fortes; It In the next Legislature, subiect to thn mttnn -- XV.i,te:rs 1. IE. Baldwin ., of the democracy. Saw OPERA HOUSE, MillFor Sale! Having determined to chama ,.,.!,,. i ofler (or sale (priTately) my Saw Mill, iltuateden Bruih treek, Casey county, Ky. The Engio stationary; Bolter ; Wxil; Engine lOxiuf Coun-te- r Shaft 26 leet. Edging Saw and Orl.t Mill at- tacheU. The property la n and lu Good Runuluff Order, Timber plenty and accessible, f would be willing to exenange lor good farm stock, luch ai It u lea, Horses, Cattle, Ac. Persons wishing to engsge In the lumber business will find a good open In? by applying to Oil LOO AIT. 2W-- tf HuitonTlIle, Ky. ex-reb- PATENTS, pntrnt J.H. Jit A. Grant! Combination INTEBiotf JOURNAL And the Loulilll- THE e, - Weekly Courier - Jo tirntl more than the price of one. By paying m W you will on ar Taurhoma DatMF with lh recte for 1V...1 reprosenutlra newspaper of the Hauth. le and for a tariff for rerenus brightest and ablest family w.kfV iand lbs bess, is. Unitaal Htates. Those who desire to axaatlM t sampU u .t.m.u "".'.. sV011! tuii.lti wrj wB.vwi-;9uraaj:iajoaiw- T Jt3t' A Sfaw-!B8teMiiJnteriori- BATTLE OF 0IANT8. Who Wrote 'W MACHINERY AND LABOR. Y SHERIDAN'SRIDE. Deowbsr 19, 1884 P. WAITON. They Wanted Iho "Fellow ataaTord, Ky., That Artkle." NEW FACTS ABOUT JUIJTLE PHIL'S Western Letter. FAMOUS EXPLOIT. Has Mnrltlnery Displaced Human lAbor Temporary Disturbances. New York VHbune. w. THE COQUETTE. Win I marry you! Yes, I will-- But only sny it to keep you still. toil City Blkutfd.J Interesting Incidents Xotd on the Spot bjr a nosy Man About Camp How Sheridan "Got Uie liaise on Them." John Danby In Philadelphia Times. seen a painting representing tho general coming on tho scono on that occasion riding iris big black horso (which was givon to him by somo Michigan friends), and, by tho way, I havo heard tho cavalrymen curso that horso in vigorous terms. Ho was tho fastest walker in tho army, and when tho general was riding at tho head of tbo column on tbo march the rest of tho command would t about half of tho be kept on a littlo time, and any cavalryman knows how trying that is, etf oMally for tho such as cooks, camp carriers, etc., who aro loaded down with camp and garrison equip-agI could always tell at night when I You tense, nnd worry and bothor mo so, That it's quuo impossiulo to say no. Ufa guess! I havo i When! Ono beautiful summer night When tho moon nnd tho stars were wondrous bright. Do I know ho has it now? Yes, I do; Bond down your hoad and I'll whisper who. Thoro; that will do. Will you let mo go! I would not have told you had 1 known you'd net so. Givo you ono kiss! Well, I rathor think notl Very poor manuow, sir. you've boon taught! "You'll tako one then! Well, you're stronger than I, And I'm much too wisa to resist you. Why! hoard our cavalry marching near me if the Oh, becauso my hair would bo sure to imo geueral was in tho lead by tho Jlnglo of tin down, and Iron kctths as they closed up in tho rear. And I don't want to runiplo my very best Well, this painting that I mention shows tho gown; d general with sword in hand, n Beside, it's so dark in this gloomy shade stiff regulation hat, with waving Ho weird and uncanny that I'm half afraid plumo on bis head and looking very much Of tho elfish whispers that creep around, And tho shadowy gleams on tho moonlit excited, as, of courso, do had a right to be ground. under tbo circumstances. And tho night loses half of its vague alarm largely on his But the artist drew your sheltering imagination. It would vh'yhard to exaggerWhen I feel the clasp of ho nrnul "Would I caro if aught should happon to you! ate tho beauty and majesty of tho horso, for he wos the beau ideal of a war horso big, Why, yes! I wouldn't know what to dot block, vigorous, champing his bit, nostrils Fm a terrible coward, I'd die of fright, rod and dilating, his lonjc tail swinging to Out hero alone in the ghostly night. Would I caro a littlo if you should die and fro liko a banner it would bo hard to Etc tho diamond stars go out of the sky! picture anything more striking or grand Would I grievo o'er tho unkind words I havo than tho big black on that occasion. Ilut as raid to tho general, excepting that his eyos were If I saw you lying there cold and deaj Oh yes! you know that my heart would blazing and fierce, thero was not much signs of excitement shown by him. break, He wore somo of the regulation uniform, And I pray the blessed angels to take Mb first I For without you life would bo but not much. On his hoad was a little Dreary and bitter indeed to met round cap, such as Gorman students wear. Then I am yours until death do us part! hand he held a small riding In his J must give you my hand jdnee 1'vo stolon whip, right judging by the welts on bis which, your heart! horse's flanks, had been industriously used. Indeed! oh, well, it shall bo as you say; Via too tired to argue; havo your own way. He w as splosbod w ith mud nnd had a big daub under ono eye, which gavo him a sort look." If ho had any of BOYS. CITY AND COUNTRY gauntlets they were in his pockets. As bo rode on tho hill beyond Middletown he was 3X. Quad's "Short Talk" to the Ambltloin met by one of Gen. Tobert's aids, who was Farmer Lad. mounted on a big gray horso nearly as large as RieniL (Detroit Free Press. The officer jumped the stone wall nnd As to tho difference between city and country boys it lies entirely in tho training. Tbo joined tbo general just as ho camo in sight of farmer's son may havo the most intelllgenco tho Held, and rode sido by side towards a as a child, but natural intelligence must be group near the woods on the right of tho trained and cultivated or it becomes low cun- pike in the rear of the Sixth corps, where ning instead of windom. The country boy Uens. Wright, Emory and Torbert and their has a district school, run in almost any fash--io- Stan's were gathered. I asked the aid afterward what the general while tho city boy bos gradoJ schools conducted on the wjsett system. So long as takl when he joined him. He replied: Jae is kept in tho country tho t armor's boy "Well, the general's first words were, 'It was basno show at all compared to his friend in just such a d d mess out west as this that gavo me my brigadier star in tho regular town in tho matter, of education. Wo look to a man's personal deportment army, and I'm going to make it a double beforo wo test his intellectual abilitios. Tbo star this time.' He then asked, 'Where is farmer's son bos no associates outsido of his Wrightf " and soon af ter joined the other lifo of the fani generals. 1 had been riding along behind as own class. The has few refining influences. The work mus. fast as my littlo more could jump, when the general looked back and said: "Scout, hunt bo done whether or no, ond cannot expect time to cultivate. song and up tho ammunition wagons and order them music. Ho is not brought into contact at up." Back in the rear on tho valley pike tho church socials, parties, lodges, lyceums, etc., general's staff were making their way up a whilo the refined and educate. Ho grows up fast as they could. I transferred my orderr in his ways and ho remains thus. Whilo. tho to ono of tbo aids, for I know tho demoralized racial condition of the American former is teamsters would not pay much attention to immeasurably superior to that of nny simitar a man In a blouse, and then turned nnd rode class in any country on earth, it is not what back after the general. When I reached Iho group on tho hill I sat it could bo made nor what it will bo fifty Gen. Wright sitting on tho ground, tho tip years hence. And now, my boy, lot me say to you tlm of bis chin bad been cut away by a bullet no matter what stato you live in or what early in the morning, and he was otherwise avocation you intend to pursue, you havo ad- harmed probably, as ho seemed to bo dared vantages which you may not fully compre- and not to have tils wits about him for tho hend. Thero are no social barrio rs to keep time. Gen. Emory, "Old Bull of the Woods," you down. An honest, truthful, repoctablo as somo of hts wild young calvary staff boy or man can step right to tho front with- called him, commander of the Nineteenth out capital. His merits ure recognized aud lorps, stood by with his hands crossed behind rewarded. You have ad vantages over the boy bis back, looking down at Gen, Wright. of twenty, ten, or ovon the years ago. Every Gen. Torbert leaned nn bis horso and pulled progressive step in tbo country's history helps bis mustache, and Gen. Sheridan was quietly asking questions from nil of them. In a fow the boy as well as the man. Twenty years ago the money of tho country moments ho knew all they could tell him, wns handled by ruen whoso gray hairs war' ind pulling a dispatch book from his pocket supposed to bo proofs of honesty, and th began by writing something w bich be put in a little dispatch envelope and addressed, and business was in thu hands of men pat 4 y the country is giving the boys g ilthu then looking up his eye fell on mo and nn 1 blazod up in a moment. He said, "Wliat in chances. They are put at tho 1 are you doing here! I thought I ledgers, nt the cosh deskjln bunks and pof the d offices, in positions of trust and rcsponslbil t. tent you after the ammunition wagons!" I xplaiuoi matters to him. Ho gavo me a everywhere, and the active business is In U marp look and said: You'vo got a healthy hands of men between 25 and 40. Hut jail to older my staff officers about. Take tbo boys who are taking an active part y tho wheels would mov this dispatch to Winchester as quick as you business .dowry. You have the advantages and can," and then away he rode down tho line. it you miss them it ia your owi Presently one of the staff came galloping sifter me beforo I bad gotten more than a fault. mile beyond Middletown, and took the disA Smart stakeholder. patch and told me to go back, and said he Cor. Philadelphia Times. was to go to Winchester nnd order up oil the e "Thoro are a number of "sports'' in itragglers, and would attend to tho dispatch who aro at present in a very unhappv himself. frama of mind. They mado divers wU So back again I went and rode atwut all the rosult of the election and put the the rest of that busy day, getting what inmoney, amounting to nearly (9,000 in t formation I could and carrying orders for hand of a saloonkeeper on Baltimore strif any one who wanted me. I gave the newsi to hold. Just here tho trouble comes in, fi paper correspondents considerable informait seems that the saloonkeeper aforesaid st tion, which tbey worked up to suit "holds" it, or at least the "porte" cannot ge Tho best account of the fight was their bands on it. Somo of them called oi. ritten by the correspondent of Tho World. him a fow days ago for their wagers on sepaNear the close of tbo fight I was near Gen. rate states and wero dumfounded when told rorbert, on tho left, when Gen. Sheridan by him that ho had bet tho money put In :aino flying across tbo pike, jumping tho high and lost it rtono walls on each side. He said, in his of pocket havo no re- jarnest, quick way: "Torbsrt, I took tho old Tbo men who aro out dress, as there is no way In law by which Sixth corps Jn ond drovo them from tho 1 they can reach tho saloonkeeper, but torn Aoods and over tho hill and away from tho of them aro swearing vengoanco, and uy ttono walls, and I havo got tho bulge on them; that they will "take it out of his hide." ind now, Torbert, I want your cavalry to do say that he employed ono or two four best, and when I go back I am meu about town to go around ami jolng In with everything, nnd if you und make bets, ho furnishing tho money, the tferritt and Custer do your work well wo sum total of tbo wagers always to bo place t will havo them on the ran in. half an hour," in his hands to hold until tho result vu ind history shows that they did do their known. In this way ho would uso the same, work well. Considering tbo fact that tho money ovor and over again, his agents al- Eighth corps was not engaged during the dny, ways being ready ond willing to bet any ind that full d of tbo rest of the comway that tho other party might wish, know- - mand, except tbo cavalry, w ere skedaddlers, ' iug that it was a suro thing, however tho and that about half of tbo artillery wero election might go. japtured early in tho morning, it was an ven fight, and Gen. Sheridan won it by good True Courage. fighting. Gens. bard knocks and bull-do- g Southern lllvouac Wright, Torbert and Emory would undoubthas edly havo made a good fight of it if Gen. In nil ages, courage on the battle-flelbeen tbo theme of orators and poets, yet tho Shoridan had not 'mo up from Wlnchoster, oourngo of tho warrior is not only a common but it took ShcrldAn to get tho "bulge on and variablo quality, but has often been sur- them." passed by that displayed by women. Native llsMlng the Stakes. valor, too, is sometimes inferior to that which Boston Globe. Frederick, the Great ran llko a is Acquired. coward out of his first battle. Flying ou tho "Sallril" ho asserted vncantly, as tho powings of four, ho went n groat distance from liceman gathered together his coat collar nnd tho field, and, coming to one of his own tho seat of bis trousers, preparatory to runstrongholds, reported that his army was de- ning him in. "Sollrll" I kriow'mdrunk bu' stroyed. What was bis surprise and mortifis perf o'ly jus'fiublo. 'Sallri,' I say. 'S two cation to learn that his men had gained a fellers fr'en'smlne 'sbottln' on 'lecshun on great victory. Ho never forgot tholojsou erresult bettin'crdrinksyerknow 'n I'm taught, and over afterward was conspicuous loldln'erstnkes. I'mdrunkdr'nalord I know -- bu'sperfc'ly jui'flnble." for steady courage in action. .Many iustances might be given of soldiers As Oood Luck Would Have It. in tho last war who, In their first fight, wero French Paper.) but who afterward faced with Thoro aro somo pooplo in thls'town, you toe, dauntless front thegleamlng steel; and on that cannot refrain from the roosts odious tha other hand, of somo who were till taught by tho pain of a wound practical jokes. For instance, thopther.nlght tho perils of a battle, and who then bocamo I camo homo from the theatre, altogether notablo cowards. Bravery iu action, though unsuspicious of a'ny treachery, nndftol and tudro admired, isrually not as great as that lwhold, when I go to opon tho dooi?Ir find displayed In passive suffering. Tho woman that somo dude nndugwurap bas'gono and who sticks to her post in tho pestilential smeareU tho I:niidl5nll,jpvei vivTth' pitch. chftpiber''js;.;fa.r .brayer. .than Alexander Luckily J.djdl't have mv clovanni rlrtrrlrir at the bead of bis caYttlr. jog-trobroad-brimme"been-to-a-wak- o semi-solitar- y farm-worke-To-daday-boo1 to-daHaiti--mor1 them-wives. ds well-know- n one-third "lily-livered- ," lion-heart- wife. To bicomo a quiet, Jim 1 perfoctly heartloesi Yot; once. Wherel Ycu couldn't J lost it stav-ut-hom-o o. In every civilized land, at this tlin. there is complaint that times are hard. Every-ANDwhere the cause is sAld by many to be overproduction. But how ran it bo a cauto to mankind to havo tho objects of human desire supplied hi greater abundance and more cheaply! If thoro Is overproduction nil over tho world, os somo reason, that means merely thnt tho supply of things useful for humnn happiness is greater all over the world than the present domand. In reply to this natural suggestion, wo are told that a vast amount of labor has been displaced by machlnery, that a general disturbance of the labor market has been routed, and that a great number of porsons havo been thrown out of employment The very change which some call a blessing brings ruln.to many producers, nnd forces many employers to cut down wages, and curtails tho ability of workers to consume pmlucts of other Industrie. Tims wo are taught to bellove that tho progress of science and invention is a progress toward human misery. Is it true, then, that machinery has displaced humnn labor! A century ngo relatively fewer iersons were employed In any other nvocatiou than In tilling tho soil than nre now so employed. Machinery l.ns created a new world; it 1ms cheapened almost everything that man draires. It has brought within the reach of tho humblest not only a vast number of products w oily unknown a century ago, but luxuries nnd comforts which n century ngo cen Iho richest could not afford to commonly enjjy, Meanwhilo hnf it dliplaced labor! On Umj contrary, It has modi work for a vast jopulatlon outsido of tho ruder orta w hlch weto formerly pursued. Has itdbplnccd tho shoemaker! No; "him." It wns in vain that S. protested that ho more persons than ever before nre making had novor heard of bim before. Tho wrath shoos, tweauso more shoes nre mado nnd used, of the visitor rose to a fover heat, and from rhoapncN jiermittlng multitudes to wear being so long restrained boiled over with them who formerly could not So thore are in spito of double fury. He gave tho editor his choice, more scwlng-girleither to publish a very humble recantation -There aro more In spite of or take a flogging on tho spot Either alHAS NOW OPEN A- rlcultural machines. There are ternative was wormwood, but what could all tbo he do! The enraged office-boldwas twice more cotton and woollen and silk weavers In his sire, and at one blow would qualify him spite of Iho J) numerous Improvements which teem to do with steam and iron the for an obituary notice. Ho agreed to ro tract; nnd ns ths visitor insisted ujwn writ- work of human hnmU better than human ing the retraction he himself sat down to hands could do it And to crown all, the the task. Squire S. made an excuse to walk wogvsinall branches of labor have risrn. to the printing office, with a promise ho In every occupation, from the rudest to the would be back in season tn sign it as soon oi must skilled, from farm laWr to the most delicato manipulation of tools and mait was finished. 8. had haidly gone flf ty yards w hen hi chinery, labor is bettor paid in money than OF-encountered a man who inquired wheir It was before the age of Invention. And, Squiro 8,'s office was ond if ho was n, moreover, each dollar cf the money rehome. Suspecting that ho too was on tl.t ceived will buy far more food than a dollar same errand ns the otlier visitor, he pjlntrd would have bought a century ngo, far mure elothing, and more things for tbo supply of to tho office and told him bo would find t!t editor within, writins a most abnslvo arti all human wants. Thus It is simply blundering to say that cle against ThLs was enough. r Tho eyes of the flashing Arc, bo machinery doui, or can, in the long run, supCONSISTING OF On the rushed into the office and assaulted the plant or displace human labor, itranger with tho epithets, 'liar, scoundrel. contrary, the uso of machinery is limited coward," and told him ho would teach him only by tho human laNir that con tw brought to employ it. Every labor-sain- g invention how to write. The gentleman, suppoinz it ,Tn' some enables one human want to be more cheaply bully sent there by the editor, sprang to his supplied, so that o part of tho humnn labor feet, and n fight ensued. The table mos up- expended in satisfying it ran to turned to set and smashed into firewood, tho contents the supply of other wants. The overj'n!uc-tlotheory, except as HmlUxl to n very narof a large jug of ink stood In puddles on tho floor, the chairs bod tbeir legs and backs row field, and within a narrow compats of broken beyond the skill of surgery to cure time, Is altogether without foundation. Tho human race as a whole does not suffer them. This seemed only to inspire tho comIts powers of production are increa!, batants with still greater fury, Blow folIn the line of Toys thoro aro lowed blow with tho rapidity of lightning ir because Its wants ran be more easily ami First one was klckiug on the floor, then tho cheaply luppllol, or because thing neoded ENGINES, WAGONS, CARTS, SLEDS, WIIKEMSARROWS, GUNS jther, each taking it in turn pretty cqunllv for human comfort ond uw nre more abundTho ink on the floor found its way to their antly produced. Temporarily, and withtu PISTOLS, SWORDS, STOVES, K1TCIIEN SETS, .MUGS, facej, till both of th?m cut tho most ludi ouio particular market, production may at WATCHES, CORNETS, DRUMS. PIANOS, tunes so far outrun the demand thnt mil crous figure imu;lnablo. turhancu results. But this is not the pbe Tho noiso and uproar were tremendous. DOLLS, FALSE FACES, PIC- The neighbors ran to tho door and exclaimed nomenon which we are now witnessing. TURE BOOKS, with astonishment that two niggers were I maelu' .'rnntor Heck' l'rrlliic! lighting in Squire S.'s office. Nono dared (National ItepuUicnn Anil lots of pretty thing that can not bo given in this ipaco. separate them. At length, completely exe Senator Beck, of Kentucky, ond hausted, thoy ceased fighting. Tho circumWilkinv, of Ohio, were talking stances of tho caso bocamo known, aud the when the KentucMon espied Wie next day, hardly able to sit on horsebuck, their heads bound up, they started home- picture of a horse hanging on the wall. ward, carrying with them the mort striking There," be exclaimed with rapture, "Is n :In Fireworks can ho founil- evidences of their attempt to redeem their picture of Islington, the grandest hore that ever stood on four feet" "Yes," said Mr. honor. SKY ROCKETS, ROMAN CANDLES, TORPEDOES, LARGE AND Wflklns, "he was certainly a very remarkaMU Muroiltil. ble horso. "Was ho a trotter or a runner I" SM ALL FIRECRACKERS. BrookljnKasle. look of incflablo scorn passed over Seui-to- r How absurdly tho descriptions of Miss Beck's broad, expressive countenance. Moroslnl wore exaggerated in tho newspaWas ho a trotter or a runner!" lie rvpeatod, I expers. Instead of tbo. beautiful creature astonishment, pity nnd profound disgust pected to too, when she sang at Steinway blended In the tones of his voice. "Was It can truthfully be aid that bis Candies aro the pureet, finest and prettiest. hall, I found a stumpy sort of a woman with t.e a runner or a trotter! Well, well, well, I They embrace a face that might havo belonged to a do declare. I never heard of such astound-n- g housemaid or a cook and with nwkward Ignorance ,hof ore In tbo whole course of and uncomfortable manners. I have come to my life, excepting mi cne occasion, DELICIOUS CREAMS, FRUIT.CARAMELS, CHOCOLATE, MARSH tho conclusion that Schellfug is not to bj so snd that was three years ogo, and MALLOWS, TAFFY, TOY HEARTS, FRUITS AND ANL Mi&s Morosini much envied nftwr all. was frightful tho fellow senator t about ns much pretentions to beauty ns xnmple. Iroquois had won the English MAW, PLAIN AND FRENCH MIXED, AND nn overage shoo factory girl, anil bo sings Derby, and wo Kcntucklans naturally felt THE REST STICK. in tho high and somewhat nasal soprano preroud of tho success of the American rarer He ilrosd, nnd waited with breathless anxiety valent in boarding-bous- e back parlors. teems to feel rather discouraged, as it is, r news from Franco that would tell us of though his wife is in a fair way-tmake :. e victory or defeat of the Kentucky-bremoney. The talk about her singing in grand . nxball, who was entered for tho grand prize opera, or even opera of nny sort, is tho w ild . f Paris. The day of the race I ojiened uj In Fruits there aro- est sort of nonsense. If jople want to goand my newspaper and looked for the Paris date p seo Miss Victoria Morosiui Hchelling I was overjoyed to find lino tho first thing. simidy bocauso sho has bocomo notori- that Fexball had Indeed won, and sent a ORANGES, LEMONS, BANANAS, RAISINS,- - FIGS, DATES, CO-Cous as a banker's daughter w bo married a When ho enmo nge for Senator Allison. AN UTS AND APPLES. coachman, they aro at liberty to do so, of jvertomy desk I iutcd to tho Paris course, if they are willing to pay $1.50 for and asked bim to 'road that' He read the sight. It would bo perhaps just as well the rarngrnph nnd calmly cxpresd his great not to rave about the beauty and genius of a gratification over tho victory. After he hail womnn who is not attract! vo in tho slightest urn en a whilo ho paralyzed me by the degree, nor endowed with more than tho most 'Was it a trotting or o running Under tho head of Nuta come ordinary of musical accomplishments. luce that Foxhall won!' Words could not "Imagine my feelings. BRAZILS, FILBERTS, PECANS, ENGLISH I fell back in my chair ALMONDS, An Kinburrassed Jinentor. xpresa them. BoKton Herald. flechless, nnd didn't speak to the senator NUTS AND ROASTED PEANUTS. Among tho regular passengers on a certain from Iowa for two weeks. Brother Wilklns, Boston railroad Is n somewhat celebrated I would liko to fee you In Kentucky, but as chemist, who has lately compounded a mixn friend 1 must advise you to read up on ture for the cure of cholera. Thu other Icxlngton before you cross tho Ohio. If tho evening bo was in conversation with tho con- Kentucklnns should suspect you of not knowductor rcjordlng his discovery, nnd being ing whether Lexington was a trotter or u In the way of Cakes can be had very much interested in its wonderful me- roier it.might go bard with you." dicinal projiertles, ho raisud his voice so as to LEMON WAFERS, FROSTED HONEY, TEA & ICED TEA, FANCY i:ilen Terry's Dog. attract tho attention of nil the passengers in tho cnr. "Why," said he, "my medicine will Doston Courier Inten lew FINGERS, GINGER SNAPS AND GJNGER CAKES. knock the cholera higher than a burnt boot "Such a funny thing bapiwnod when we 1 wish It would come here, nnd I would show were coming to Boston from Buffalo. Tbo you how quick I would conquer it and mako train stopped nt a station I havo forgotten my fortune besides " "What's tho matter tho namo of It nnd Fussle jumped off. The with your going out thore where it is and bell rang, and off we started. When the wrestling with it!" blandly suggested the depot was o mere speck in the distance I sudBelow is u liet of Fancy Groceries now in stock and fresh genial conductor. "Why, I might catch it denly missed Fufiio. 'Where is hef I asked, would-lx- j innocently myself," repliod the and Harris, my maid, said ho jumjcd off at CURRANTS, SEEDLESS RAISINS, MINCE cholera exterminator, and tho roars of tho station, and sho did not think ho got on CITRON, PRUNES, U tighter that filled tho cars nt that moment again. MACARONI, CREAM CHEESE, OATMEAL, HO.MI- -MEAT, so confuted tbo worthy inventor as to causo " 'Oh, stop the train!' I cried, and, you will NY, KROUT, PICKLES IN BOTTLES OR BARRELS, lis sudden retirement to the smoking car. hanlly believe It, but thoy did. Wo were going back to tho depot and thero was Ftisslo HONEY, CRACKERS, DRIED PEACHES JokIi URMiii;. .oming ou as fast as bis logs could bring bun. AND APPLES, ALL THE SPICES Joe Howard m Iloaton Herald. thing llko tho people in Thero was novor onj I don't know whether you like Josh Bil- this country for kindness of heart nnd willAND CANNED GOODS IN lings in Boston. I liko him. I doubt if ingness to obllgo nnyone." GREAT VARIETY. thero can bo found in all the realm of eccentricity an individuality more absolute, an i uifc Chat generally women nre loss to flattery than men. It Isn't posoddity more original, an author who has given vent to mora common tense, clothed sible that any living woman would have In taking and interesting garb than this failed to detect tho humbug to which a barsamo Josh Billings. If be wore to stand ber successfully subjected a man in my preswill not buy your Christmas Trix without seeing the lino erect ho is about six feet six Inches tall, well ence tho other day. Tbo customer bad a big OI course you will ond very fine looking. Ha .bald siot on the bock of bis head. Tbo proportioned, display al has a very heavy, large head, thlcV, black falntost furze was barely visible on the polscalp. In brushing tho remnant of hair, which falls upon his stooping sboul ished ders. no carries his bead well forwanl, and hair tho barber included tho denuded surciJ!!2S nis bswk e? &&t tbo ordinary camel face, carefully extending an Imaginary partwmjM ing directly through is, ami then using tho row eroca with nnw brush In a way that would have arrnngod iit.o junpeij covering if there had boon any. do you lovo mo as the hlrsuto earth mado you do tha.l" 1 subEddie Eugono-1'- n, I Cor. Main "What on ns Mr. Jones loves his littlo boy ! nuch sequently asked bim. I l'a Certainly, I do. "I.'ociuiso I would hnvo offended him by b bought hU UWEddio Eupjno-W- ell, bis baldness," was the reply, "nnd j recognizing 'joy a hoi m. bv Isnwiiw'It I tickled lilm n1l7htl.lv." i '! years ago, when a cerAbout twenty-fiv- e tain western stato was a territory, and with few Inhabitants, a young lawyer from Now York emigrated thither and settled in the He had been thero nonrly town of It-- . two years when ho was Induced to print n weekly newspaper, of which he was tho editor. Squire S. was a very littlo man, but bo usoi tho editorial "we" as frequontly at if there wero n dozen of him, and each as big as a giant." Strange to say, thoro wero at that time men In oillco who wero notjn partklo mono honest than thoy should bo; a thing which probably novor happened before, and never will again. Bqulro 8. felt all the patriot Ijiu of a sou of 'TO, ond ioured out grape and This soon canister against public abuses. stirred n hornet's nest alxmt his cars; but as. thoro was no other paper in the territory thoro was no reply for n time At length ho published an nrtlclo inott severe against malfeasance in oillco than any that had preceded it. In fact, though it pointed nt no lndviduat hi particular, it was a "scorcher.'' Somo three or four days afterward be wos sitting alono in his editorial office, which uih about n quarter of a tnilo ft om tho printing establishment. His pen wis busy with a parngrnph, when hU doat 0eiied, and in stalked a man about six fes t in his stockings. Ho asked: "Are you 8., tho proprietor of this paporP Thinking ho had found a new patron, tho little man, with ono of his blandest smiles, nnswered in tbo nffirmative. The stranger deliberately drew tho last number of the paper from his pockot, aud pointing to the article against rogues hi otllce, told tbo affrighted editor that it was Intended for OPENED f FOR READY YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN. T. R. WALTON I The Cheap Grocer, COR. sewing-ma-cbin- Ml & SOMERSET STS. farm-worke- er ey Firefly St Jo:$ife&e2! f iudBimas llcieffi office-holder- s. new-come- n Toys, Fireworks.Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Cakes. se 4 " llepre-elitativ- o d iJ Huls-knm- tele--ra- WaL T. R. WAXTOISrS, and Somerset Sts., - Jtaiiloi'cl, - - - XCeiitTLiclty. t ssrfsssasissl osne Hffet H I bed met rsH1ppe 1 sort Theeet&Mtlonln Virginia Is the elope walk, hie Utter nld; thU ntght be la erdr havo soen he- -. Hhe rnusl have seen roe, and mot of a lhirtt-6ve-yeold woman with to escape observation. Tho train wm due would then have ptopped mo. Bhe could not atHodlng at 7 o'clock. Tho weatker was have gone the wny I came. her sdnpted eon, aged twenty, to whom cold; a man would naturally walk fast Hut where wn she) In what direction she d acted as a toother for ten years. Mrs. Wilson's homo must bo four mllea from Argue the matter as I was I to seek the station. Let me start from there jiwt would loath aherfwas to allow myself to he Lieut. Oreely pst thnt of his nineteen i;i Hny'msntlonV' iho aaMSJTfor tB fln. I before the train arrives, and I should prob- convinced,! was bound to decide that she pwt in th talk, "thai ably meet him about half way on his jourtime takln any men who perished all but one were smoku Jt bould path to Ilodlng. There ers, and that one was the your Uter'iiUUU not ney. It would be dark, but I should know must have taken the in die. The lit. For tba latt day or two I hay been him. I should know him among n thousand. was no other, Bhe had gone, even as I was She may have seven survivors were con smoking men. hinVlnjrof sending for tho medical man Thero on going, to meet Ferrand. the open lonely road Blr Mervyn who attended lier TluTlnR tier uufortunatl Ferrand, conrlng gayly, and in his worldly started, Intending to come to me; but at the One BotUe Instead of a Dozen. Ha ha not wen her for quits last moment n desire to seo the man onco conflnomont. cynicism certain of cajoling, buying oft", or a week. 1 mentioned It to her this afternoon, in some other way silencing tho woman who more I fondly hoped for tho purpose of "And It took only one bottle to do It," ssld a lnithenjionr to liavn taken an uunrcotint-abl- e had in tin ovil day trusted to his honor and heaping reproaches on his head had mas- gentleman, speaking cl Parker's Hair Ualiiw. I dislike tphltn, ami utterly rvfuiod to love, would moot, not her, but the mnn who tered her. Yo, whatover her object might had a run of fever and when I got veil of that my And my hslr begun to fill out ro fast ss to alarm me. I eo llm. I do not wish to alarm you 1 from the first had sworn that n wrong to be, she had gono to meet him. was carried to it meroly mention this; no doubt you, her i'hlllppa should b than a wronx to heart sank ns conviction coupled with her really didn't know what to do until one days mori by the remembrance that brother, will eo to It" friend ssld, Try Parker's Ilalr Balsam.' What himself I He would meet this man and be refusal to permit me to fetch her was nn as surprised me was the fact that one tottle was Tho jcullnr atrota iholald uixni tho word called to account I wai right in thinkshe bad something to do beiora enough. I expected to use up a doren." Clean, sertion that "brother" told mo that Htern and sinister a were my thought ing the woman wa ncUnj, nnd that not for freely and unreservedly a I record them, she ramo to me. That, as I now road it, highly perfumed, net oliy, not a djc. Iltstorci de- could be but one thing to meet this man I ono moment did my amiimed fraternity original color. a Indeed I endeavor In this tale to record Never again, if I can hslp it, shall his cel her. ThU wat of no consequence. - AT everything I do not wish to bo misjudged. voice strike on hor ear! Never again shall - "I am myself a doctor. Her health will It I true that In my present mood 1 was their eye meet! Never again shall tho NEW JtDTKBTIHKMKRTH. be my care," Tsnid. Then I arose. upon avenging l'hllippa with my own touch of oven his finger contaminate her! "You are related to Hlr Marvyn Fef rand, bent true that I meant If to tnko hand; I.ct mo follow, and stand between her and I believe, Mr. WlUonr" I naked. at some tlmo or nnother this man's life; but tho scoundrel. If hey moot he will wound Hlie gave me a quick look which mlg'jt nt least no thought of Inking any advantage her to the heart Her pride will rise; she mean nnytblng. of an unarmed or ansuspoctlng mnn entered will threaten. Thon tho coward will try I hste a small Farm to rent for the year 18SJ. "We art connectloni," ,u ,a'tli I designed to go Id corn. Wood and wstr into my scheme cf vengeance. t. another line. Ho will plead for mercy; he Forty acres particulars call en lowly. For Hut it was my intenno murderous attick will swear ho still lovoi her; ho will bait his "You mtiit have been lurprlied at hi tion to stop tho n.n on his pith, to confront A LEX ASH Ell NARTIS, i01-hook with promises, Bho will listen; hesl-titStanford, Ky. ending hi wife nwny at uch a llmel" him and toll him that hi villainy was porhapi yield, nnd llnd herself once "I am not In the habit of feolinz surprised known to me; that l'hllippa had lied to mo bo lost to me at Hlr Mervyn' action. He wrote to ino for aid; that she was now In my custody; mora deceived Then she wl.l and told me that, knowing my dream-Ktancv- e and that I, who stood in the position of her former. Now sho li, in my eyes, puro as me hasto on, overworo straitened, ha hod recom- brother, demanded the satisfaction when first we met A meeting of the Bteckholdeisof the National mended a Indy to come and live with mo for which, by the old. fashioned code of honor, take, pass her; meet hnr bitrayer, and, if Bank will be held at their Banking House In needful, strike him to the ground. "When I fonnd thlt lady wan was n few months. due from the man who had ruthlessly Come and See n Grand Exposition of Holiday HmtonTlIle on TUESDAY, I became 13TU, Than Ever Beforo Offered. As 1 hi wife, I own 1 wai, for once, surprised." betrayed a woman. it nwnro turned from tho housechango had 1931, for the purjiose of electingJANUARY Well I know nine Dlractora to that n groat and sudden on cerNovelties in Jewelry, Silverware, Xmas Books, Fancy Goods and Toys. From the empliaits which sho laid was probable he would laugh at me tell mo come over tho night It seemed to mo that, serve lor the ertulng year. tain word I knew It wn but tho fact of that tho days of duelling were over, and o Don't fail to viait us and 01 while our stock is complete and be- IT. MtOCKKIt, Cashier. minutes which I had spent Phlllppa's bolnj married to the neon ml ri' I grant my request. Then I meant to oven In tho fewwhat to do, the heavy clouds to for tho choicest Novelties are taken. that surprised her, nothing else. 1 mull mnj If Insults could warm his noble blood; U in considering had banked nnd massed together. It was d w that Mr. Wilson knew Blr Mervyn mv hand on hi cheek could bring about tho nil but pitch-dark- ; so dnrk that I pnuv, thoroughly, und soinulliluj: told no rrsult which I desired. fnilod 1 If this et the lantern that her relation with him were of n, n. turo would follow him abroad, cane him nnd spit nnd drawing from my A ni'etlncnf the rtockholdtrsof the Tlrst with which William's foresight had providwhich might nut bonr Investigation. upon him In public pbec. Itsnk will be held at their banking houie In ed me, managed after twveral trial to light 1 bade her and walked lark to g etaiifirdun the second Tuesday In January. 88 A wild scliemo for theso prowilc, up foribe purpos of electing eleren Directors to my cottage Ith n heart In whlthacrruw. day; yet the only one that was foaslble. It Then, impatient at lbs delay, i ipeu scrreme ensuing Tar pity, lose, hatred, exultation, and, It may It may be said that I should have taken the road. slO.td JoON J. McROBERTB, Cashier. I was now almost facing tho wind. All at be, hope, were strangely and Ineztilrably steps to have caused the recreant to bo ar once, sharp and quick, I felt the blinding minified rested for bigamy. Hut what proof of bli snow on mv face. The wind moaned through crime had wo us yet, save his own, unsigned the leafless branches on eltoer side of the CHAPTnit III. confeulonl IV bo was to move In tba mal-tmadly here WAnica or Bin." "the Wo did not even road. Tho snow flakes whirled A minting of the stockholders ef I'hiiippa myself! N . In my excitement 1 wa hstlonal Bank will lie held at Ibclr the Farmers banking heuse ho had and there. Even know when this wife of whom able to rcalizs the fact that never before In Manferd on the srtond Tuesday In Jsnunry. rpoVcn lived, or where sho died. There were snow Ib83, for the purpoee delecting nine directors to had 1 seen in England so fierce n n hundred way In which he might ecapo storm, or one which came on so suddenly. serre the ensuing ytsr. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier. from Juitlcv, but whether he wa punished And, like myself, Fhlllppa wa abroad, and for hi sin, or allowed to go scot-freHeavens! she exposed to 1U full fury. l'hlllpia' name and wrongs must be might her way, and wander about all bruited about, her shame made public. No, night loe there was but one course to take, and but This fear quickened my steps. I forced one person to take it. It rested with me my way on through the mail storm. For the ! ! avengo the wrongs of the woman I loved time to all thought of Hlr Mervyn Ferrand and way of a lift by the good All I now wanted ! venpsnnco left my heart ! TOTAX-PAYEIOF LINCOLN CO.- -I will against a life. was to find l'hllippa; to load her home, nnd sale all the rtal etate that Truly, as I Mild, I boil now plenty to live see hur safe benoath my roof. "Surely," I adrrillte Tor on by Jan. 6lh, 1MI, also tba taxes are not jald the Damn fnrl said, a I hntUcd along, "she cannot have of sll delinquent tin psyers that bare not pi Id by same time. Tho hours went by, yet l'hllippa came no) gone much further." I grew rrstle l and uneasy as the dusk In X, J1EXKFEE, 3. I. C. I kept a sharp lookout If, indeed, it can ! gsu to make the road, up which I gazed u ho called a lookout; for the whirling snew most continually, dim and Indistinct Wlm made everything, save what was within a GO TO- the shert winter's day wa over, and t). few feet of me, invisible. I strained my King lark night had fairly begun, my re! ears to catch tho faintest cry or other sound. lciMires turnrd Into fear, I walked out f I went on, flashing my InnU-rfirst on one ml juiced my garden to and fio mv houo a sldo of the roniL My so light and then on the other I blaiml m) self for having yielded MorclHtif, dread was that Philippe, utterly unable to ly In Fhlllppn's wish her command, rather light aenlnst the white tempi't might be that I should on no account fetch hnr crouching under one of tho banks, and If so Hut then, whenever did 1 resist a with, I might pas without melng her or even at much le si n csmmand, of hers! Ob, that Urge tlock I hsre Dry tracting her attcntiou. aiy aomg so on Kooli sod abhovs. Hats ofCaps ?wlr. Notions, had lieen firm thl once' snd snd a Large Stock might mean her death night as Thos of the previous evening such n why hnd this not romo a promised of Fancy Uro:eriesaad Candles. I will sell stiik she Oh. the tagt$ oj had not Instol long not long enough to go on f fill you candy st IJ1, ccn s, Oranulsted Sugar 7 "do oi., lbs for Sugar, 18 lbs for SI and a good article of Why had she gone to meet the man who had rtiorotfgblyvihlten tho world. The day hid so foully wronged her I After what had fl.N.O. lbs for II and sll other goods sold Orren CotTee Morning! No books, no Idle, listlm hours lvn fine nnd frosty, but I knew that tie at ltock Ilottoui Prices for Cash, No goods sold Henty to do, plenty to think wind bad changed since tho sun went down. happened, she could not, dared not love blm. on time. Come and tee and price my goods before for me comfort I recalled the buying elsewhere Yours iUtncctrullr. about, all sorts of arrangement to mnke. It wn. warmer, a change which I felt sure And for a dreary 01 night lV. G. (iHEEX. Farewell t. my moody, snllrn life. Faro prvsnge 1 a heavy downfall of snow or rain. utter bitterness of her accent when she turned to me and said. "Basil, did well to my almleii, soifltli psutftiro. Thero was a moor n fitful moon; for clouds TO HAVE HiAlTH THE LIYtB MUST BE KEPT IN ORDER. you ever hateamanf No, she could not c I should hae something worth wer flying arrow it, dark clouds, which 1 1'hi.-ipiI worth djlng for, tf need for guemed would soon gather coherence ami love him These thoughts brought my craving for mining in volume, and veil entirely that bright face, wn comlrjj to nw mind. Where wai itrii'f, It l tru: coming r a sister whim v , which now only showed itself at Irregular vrngennco back to my calculations, tnkinp Ferrandl Hy all my Ah! after all tlw wtuiy, n brotlier Intervals account tho tlmo wasted at starting. 1 ber y I flnll The minute were passing away. I grew into every dujl If a mini's daotion, homage), nervous and excited. Why does sho not should by now havo met him. I'crhap he worship and respect can in herowtier ccmot My hoiw hnd Ikvii to seo my ioor hnd not come, after all 1'erharn tho look reinstate my queen, I shall some dny v tin girl safely housed before I started to execute of the weather had frlghtrnod him, and he tilooiu come Uiik to her cheek, the bright my other tnslt. li hy iloe sho not cornel hn I decide 1 to stay at ltoding lor the night. AND Mnile play once more round her mouth, the Time, precloui time, is sllpiliig by! In the I mixed nt tho thought! If only I know that dark eyes again eloquent with happy hop of msvt'ng her, 1 walked for some dis riiillppa was safely housed, nothing, In my present frame of mind, would hnvo sulUxl thought. And then and then' what tanco up tho road. "Why does sho delay ihould 1 caro for tho world or ItM sneers! To I groaned. Eien now I should bo on my mo tietter than to havo met him on tbii lonely road, In tho midst of this wild storm. mysslf, should I le answerable I way to Ilodlng, or I may mlw my pr whom. evA iiHsortuirnt Jim "li tm,i tj a T.rpl con- - . ffJ Then I might whlpr in her car "Kwet, Heavens! can it Iks that sho is waiting toiwe If l'hllippa wore only safol CheapcHt to Still no sign of her. I lgan to waver in Jau41r,!lM.lark, Malaria, lUwamatlim.ttc llnta'al.a our liven as u thl man onro morel Never! never! I'eiiih let the past ranish from my mind. What if my tlrst supposition, Ih.lom.l, j.urtn.1 l,.klo4. and ilrtnalbfai Ih. ij.l.m. to go to cltlcft dream. Let happiness dot from i.l...l..k,H(lYnrDim n.ou.an.HefT.itlinoS the thought! her on tho road, was corI had Although Thlllppn would grace my poor TTant, Hut, nil the same, ovcry flbro In my body that Sho paed lie now at my cottage, l.liftm.naraa it. jUj ci.;fiti will l.lljgu llirfpuuilon. will 1 had a thousand might cottage for ono night only, quivered nt the baro supposition of such a rect! prlcen else Aloe had become of me. Should wondering what preparation to mnko for her comfort For- thing. I go further or turn backf Hut what would of Colli nn. CaceH, embracfull tunately 1 had a sjwiro room, and, moreover, I could lror tho suspeuso no longor For n furnishod one. Not that 1 should hne the hundredth time I glanced at my watch. bo my feelings If I did tho latter nnd found X arrived homo that sho hnd not mado troubled, when I went Into my seclusion, Nt. Hotels It wanted but ten minutes to seven o'clock, when I OrrosiiE Cjl'ui-Hous- k her appearance! such a superfluity nsnguest-chatnU'about ami nt thnt hour I had resolved to start from 1 halted, Irresolute, In the centre of the happened I had bought thn homo Mr Wilson's on my wny to ltoding. Yet but a It KENTUCKY, Instinctively I beat ray hands to- DANVILLE. and furniture complete, eo could offer my now I dared not leave my own bouse. Any rood. I had left Meals nre MrTpd at sll hou s. Came always on accommodation for tho moment might bring l'hllippa. What would gether to promote circulation. welcome guest fair Co. my home hurriedly, and had made no pro- - hand and in Its saton, oysters fresh flth, ana ilui-llnight she think if I was not thero (o recoivo nnd delicacies rer red in sll styles and in short islon for the undergoing of such an ordcnl I summoned my olld min. I told him welcome lierl notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine Restauterrible, unprecedented snowstorm rant" and call when CHAMBERSBURG, PA. that my sister won coming on a visit to me, jouaro hungry. Flie more preclou moments gone! I n thl but that stamped In my rage. After nil, I enn only inlllc'cd. In spits of tho speed nt which 1 that she would sleep hero '. IV. JflASOXJIEiMEK my hand and feet were grow-inFive Awards at the Louisville Exposij Danville, Ky. most likely we should go away duonc-hnl- f of my tnk, theweet, but not had traveled, tion in 1883. numbed, my face smarted with tho cold. Ho could stay nnd look after the houo until tho stern half. Hlmll 1, Indeed, do cither Heaven help me to decide aright, whether tc I returned or sent him Instructions what to Encines from 2 to 2Z0 horse power, s'it Mills frorr The trnln must now lc close to ltoding. In go on or turn back J SIM to tbe largest standard sizes. Portable Curs, do with It. William inanlfiUd nosttrprWe. nn hour everything inny 1m lost. Tho n win Tho decision was not loft tome. Suddenly, Mills from the North Carolina Mill Stone Co., the 1 toM him to makti preparations for wH no her loforo sho leaves tho house. Ho Had best Mills in the world for making taesl for table peal, As Agent of John Craig's estate, I will ofler at tho coming of mv wife nnd live children he will pcrsunde her HI.e will listen to hi c1om at hand, I heard a wild blood a scream use. Write for prices. Address run cold. public auction vif not roll privately brlure)on would havo considered It nil n part of the words; for did ho not once, love her! He of laughter which made my Swift from tho whirling, tossing, driitliiK to work, and would havo dona hi GEO. D. WEAREX, 5, 18S5, have loied her' After all, ho broke snow emerged n toll gray figure. It swop! MONDAY, metit mv requirement. Hi. laws for tho sako of possessing her, and e tn GENERAL AGT past me liko the wind; but as it pas tod mo I Count; Court dsy, l). (ront of the P. HAMTON, He M't pi w irk in bN i"rrtnrbnble, mecursed thought' sho loved him then, and Trait of Land tuntatntng Manford, knew thnt my quest was ended that l'hllip- dooriu .7,? Arrt'H, Ijing thodical, but liniily way to get 1'hilipp.i's tho Is but n woman I atout the rtsldoiro Stahfosd, K Trarelin,$Agnt was found I CUl OK AMUGAI S done, of Mr F.John H, ahauk-- , on the Cub Orchard A soon n this w room In trim. So I tortured myself until my state of pa before the ter- fike, and betwtrn th- - landa of l'eytnn Kmbry and Sho vanished in n second, atnd tl neglected chamber made coxy anil mind grew unbearable. At all hazard I Darst. Per i'ltoruiatlin address me I told him to borrow-horo must prevent Ferrand from meeting I'hilip-p- ror which rooted me to the spot hnd passed at Lebanon, Ky. further .J UvSj T. VUAIH. away. Then I turned and, fant as I could somewhere, and fetch tin) luggogo and cart Oh, why hnd sho not come as she promHo was to mention no ised I Could It be sho wn detained against run, followed her, crying ns I went, "I'hllMrs. WiKon's. from ! name, simply to sny that he had comti for her w lilt In spite of her uninterested man- lppa I Phhlppal'' I soon overtook her; but so dark was the the luggage, and to nsk if tho lady had uny ner I distrusted tho woman I had seen last night that I was almost touching her before inewagw to aend. night It Is now past seven o'clock. form. I threw shadowy, ghoat-lik- o Then I at down In the room which my house, fron which I had reckoned my I saw her lov would occupy nnd muxd upon tho time, wm nearly three miles away. I must my nrms round lror nnd hold her. Sho strug- I will otter for talc to the highest bidder, without In my grasp. ktrangn but unhappy rhnnco which was glvo up my schomo of vengeance. reserve or limit, at tuy home n' miles west oi I must gled violently "1'hlllppn, dearest! It I I, Hasll," I snld, Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, on Wnging her Uuioath my roof. I wished go In March of Fhtlippo. If I do not meet her ear. that I hrnl an enchanter1 wand to turn tho her I must call nt Mrs. WilionV, flud out bending closeoftomy volco seemed to calm her, sound humble garniture of thu chnmher Into what detains her, and it needful bear her orThe I should rathor say sho censod to strug- 100 hirrels of splendid Corn In the crib, 300 or 400 meat for mf queenly l'hllippa. away by force. shockiot rodder, 1 Straw stack, 1 Stack of Millet, e I wished that Iliad, at least, flowers with 1 thorough ored Hull Calf, 1 yearling Steer, 2 Uy thl tlmo my steps had brought me gle. "Thank heaven, I hnve found you'." I said. Heifers, splendid, thoroughbred Heifer, 2 I could deck hoc resting place; for 1 which back to my own house. I called William, "Lot us get back as soon ns possible." Cows, 1 Mule Colt, 3 thoroughbred how prssloimtuly sho ioinainhorod and told him I was going to walk up the Hirkshlro Poirs, ii bead consisting "Hack! No! Go on, go on!' sho exclaimed. of bboats, Brood Sows, Ac. Stock Hogs, Household tlower. Alasl Hind not seen n flower for road nnd meet my expectsd guest If by any Also tome "On, on, on, up tho read yet awhilo on on Rood, bankable Terms, CO days' month. chance I should miss hor ho was to welcome through the storm, through the snow on (Hods. Salo to commence time o'clock ) m, paper. at '2 Then I drew cut Hir Mcryyn Ferrnnd'a tier on my behalf, and tell her the reason for d T.Ij.CItOlV till you seo what I have lefc behind mel to Hell Which PrlccH lo letter, road it again nnd again, and cursed my ntence. seo tho wages of sin tho wages (stock. Thcrto I HINT-CLAS- S tho writer In my heart sir," said Willinm; On till you "Host lake a lantern, Hccoud lo William was nwny about two hours; then "moon'll be hidden, and tbcm roads Is pre- of sin!" Her words camo liko bullsts from a mitho mado hi npponranco with somo boxc. cious rough." 1 could seo Through tho night I was delighted to na thoso tnngiblo signs "I can't bo bothered with that great horn railleuse gleaming whiter than the snow on her face thht I'hllippi inoant to keej) her promise. iifTair," I said, rather testily. At OrKBA House,- . I could see her great, fixed, dark Till that moment I ha 1 been troublod by "Take the little ono tho bull's eye that's something lika the doubt that after all sho better than nothing," said William. To hu- eyes full of nnmcles horror. STANFORD, una n in umi. assMBaaaa "Denrest, Ik rnlm," I said, nnd strove to might, upon calm rctlection, rosclnd tlio mor him I put It into my pocket Saturday Eve, Now her bauds in mine. resolution formed in her excitement at tho top of my speed to tho houso take I tried to gain possesion of her lUht I ran As In which MISS LUCY BUKTON plays the lead-lo- g her coming leomotl to n certainty. sTWf 3 J at which I hnd last night left I'hlllppa. It band something foil from II, and, allium role, assisted by Mines Fannie Iteid, Beislo Noverthelosi, William brought no nearly half an hour getting thoro. took mo rennlnKton, Lettie lfelu Daisy Burqilde and Sunow coated with snow, r so thero wbs nothing for mo to do but I rang tuo bell imituouly, Tho door was tho road was sie Itout and a number of joung SJntlctacn of Stanwait patiently until sho chose to cross my opened by a mnld servant. I inqulrod for talllc sound ranj out as it tu. .. ford . ground Mechanically I ste op it threshold, A Domestic Drama in Five Acts ! Mrs. Fnrmor, knowing that l'hllippa had up tbo fallen object. Although my pleasing labor of lovo were possod under this namo to all except her At I did so, l'hllippa, v .11. n iu Maggie Mitcbeli's and 1itta's greatest I'lay. BenTbcro wai hostess. To my surprise I was told that sho ended, I was not loft Idle. efit of the Stanford Uold and Silver Band. wrcstod herself from tho one limit "' I sot my n not her task to bo dona had left the house, on foot and nlone, somo numU'd gr..sp still sought to retain hu, mil During the evening solos will be rtnde ed by Prof. teeth and sat down, thinking qulotly at to little whllo ago. Tho maid believed sho was Tl t w rr 1. L. IUkb, no the way in which it might bo best per- not going to return, as her luggage had that with n finzed reiteration of the wonl to stand faco to Great Solo Clarionetist and Violinist "Tho w ges of '.n!" flail from me, nnd n I meant formed. morning bon sent for. d lent In tl nlz'at scoundrel faco with that . . . And by Mr. Joe r. Wathi, Th first effect of this intelligence was U J'.vcn ns 1 i mlied in pursuit 1 shuddered known a Bir Mervyn Ferrandl 1 must have in 9 to blatno my haste. fiellng told mo what thing II Kentucky's (sreat linrltone Soloist. as. the n'i$j of I contuKcd tho 11 mo table. His letter no doubt passed hsr on named no particular hour; but I saw that if missed her; thing was impossible. thoroal. row 1 had i bkod up from tho snowy ground g i? 2. Tho way No; such a o It on a small pistol! Cold as the touch r) ho carried out hi expressed intention of was Dr. LEE F. HCFFMAN, Gen'l Mangr. a narrow ono. Thu moon ctlll gave being hero thero wn but one trfr.ln Prol. l U Bskr. Leader of Orchestra and Gold tlu) rjetal must li.iro been, it vomoil to burn by which ho could come; thcrg wus but ono Hand! J. T. Carson, Musleal Director; K. C. Wai. thoughtn way from llcdlug to tho liouso at which ttil, Eimlnlff't'tiii riil'nt; umlier, ee T. K. mo likons Icoal of fire. Impulsively, from sne, tou,.t(Ufrtllp lessly, t run I hurled tho wonpon i'hilipp.1 had been staying. Ho msant tj Wal'on'e sde. In t'tU i'sue. t fur, fnr nny, AVhy should It liava been in !VU-o- a vtiui. iWitiud tats nun on lalo . PUllloM'a hand tV,lwrWVei 'uamtmm0s.n: DAEK DAYS ial sr h-- XSEJkiS ffllfiH HOLM n" tat GOOD IsTEWS For You and Everybody Looking for BARGAINS IU GOODS po'0'. 1 SMALL FARM For RENT. abun-din- McROBERTS STAGES I-- We have Opened the Largest Assortment, Choicest Goods and Stockholders' Meeting. Lower Prices J. BUY tlit ro-fu- Fer-ran- Stockholders' Meeting. po-k- Na-lln- pxxl-nlRh- t, Ctaiitam er Stockholders' Meeting. il ' , e, Iast!li?AXES TAXES U A Full Line of Watches, Jewelry & Silverware. Call! Largest Stock Lowest Prices Pet Goods! Latest Styles in Everything 4- - J. W. Cr. GREEN, ' Also a full line of Books, Christmas Ky., Cards, Toilet Sets, Toilet Cases and FOIt BARGAINS! r 1 now-stor- t I- to-da- Fancy Articles of all kinds suitable for Holiday Presents. Call and examine our stock. LD ilM UNDERTAKER. r lat Hems-forwar- to-da- !' In-ttif- wtnry-uniting- RMirawi "'"W'l to-la- i, jiJjsiw f t - ae GOT Xealei' in Fui'iiitiiire ! t ." Mnsonlieimcr's Restaurant r; of Furniture, embracing Full anil complete erything from the the Fluent Parlor Suites. Ne to make your purchases, no matter need the lare as I can nnd duplicate what quantity or qnality you you can obtain any where, freight being added. Shrouds nnd Robes, a avsortuieut Style, both cheap and expensive. Ware room ing all the Stanford, Ky. Aaph opposite ar Taylor Manufacturing g T.. 1 SAXiE OF LAND. JAM'AIll rpsli Court-Hom- I dn' bit mt u warm-lookin- a. A. PUBLIC J3 AIB STOCK, CROP, &C. BARGA J3STS I Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons and Buck Boards. Company; also several Columbus Buggy Company's Vehicles, vr ' I'hll-Ippn- 's Iii Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, A 8ATU11DAY. DEC.SO.188.1 high-grad1 bigti-crad- e lied large consignment received from the Spikes Wagon at very I nni authorize,! Vehicle are all and reduce 400-t- "LITTLE BAREFOOT," -- none made. 6EO. X. WKARSIiT, i fir 5rp COMMISSION MERCHANT. iiiimmmi Dec. 20 ' ' o; i rr y. s teiTj - s iimr&A To-nig- black-hearte- kin g.i .?. is II KWm Is i ? : cW t, V t SemiccklnntcrioroarnI Aeconnts for Ills roelry. Through Mali B Oscar Wilde now states that lie write all bl pooty on an amply stomach. Wall, ha looks like a titan that would do fool thlni pools of the Uko that. All tbo world have written their poems on pnper or parchment, but Oscar, It seems, Is too (ojlhotlc for that. What wo would take gre.it pleasure in knowing, howovar, it whoro the rattled brained boss dudo of ths world gots his stomachs. PERSONS WE READ ABOUT.- - The Washington Moaamestt. rMTHHfllAL Portraits of by tlie rrnss of h Few of Those Mentioned gsj(j Tlial ATTOllNBY A.T IA.'W, DANVILLE, KT., Will practice In tha Courts of Doyle and adjoining coanilM and In tha Court of Appeals. ALEX. ANDBRBON, JH" It FREE! SELF-CUR- E RELIABLE hard-heade- d lone-haire- President of tlio Sow Orleans Cotton Hewardof Two Itunpreil Dollars will bepald by tha friends of the lata J N Hanedlct for the LKB F. HUFFMAN. rapture of hla murderer, Henry Iloberl. Iloberts is about 21 yoaraof age, dark complexion, baiel HTANFOnD, KY. eyes, smooth face bad countenance, rath Offlc South aide Main Btreat, two doors abota er heavy bull), and Teryprobably ISO notindi. weighing the Mjreri Hotels Puro Nitrous Uxlda Om administered whan re quired. A MT. VKRNOH, KV. Will practice In the ltockcutla Courts. tions ipeclslty. Office In Court-hou- And Muter Comiatulonor J. Ji.z Law, AttornoyFISH, Circuit Coun Koe It castle B. Collec- esssflk A favorite prescription of oae of tb luual noted and aucccasful ancclalleta In thr IT. H now retired) lor the cure of BhiUtV y. Hnl AtinJSrtHskMaand tnplalnasalKlenvelopoVw. UrucgUUcaaflllU Address tW. WABO & CO., Loulilsaa, Mo. rrfi (1M) $200 Reward! XMllUX ITOK sSATjIS ! iTLOUISVILLFttcrlASHVILLr- - R.Rjg1 , nr .. svg ? 1ll i JHgiwsaiauwll IIW TTl I M0WTtl THKQRKAT p Through Trunk Lino SUKG030N DI3NTI8T, 13. r . -- " 7" un r.nii tfs &!&&&&' - rtt ' 'X SAaT? O- iHalL t3ET. S' N. i efc,.Vrtr' ira. $ y i rii a yiLj;tAkr i i ?? J I hatelieen appoint! no; ttt, fur tha saio oi Ilia rrmofM(s. I'lix IwC.lllnlo and belts, cootAlnlint mile i:ithaArvvH, Irinii andot1 aherebyfrom llustonrllle Office Liberty i'lka oftVir It privateI.TtU's store. Office hour on from S to 12 a. M. and 1 to 3 r. u. Anesthellca ad ly. It has a good dwelllDg-houol two stories ministered whan necauarr. and ( rooms, besides tha neceesary DR. W. ffflm orerRobt.8. HTANFOBU, DonllHt. KENTUCKY. 131-ly- PENNY, Without Changaandwllh Speed Unrlvaleal SHORTEST AND QUICKEST VA mm$ f v MISS FOUTESCCE. - IVIiiIgs - TIL HOL'SK. : FilOU THU WIIIT1 for Sale I T. X. OAVIKSM. Hlanlord, Ky It la well watered and Is good, rich Isnd worth much more than Is aaked for It. Apply to ma lor further particulars. 287 y,m 11, T. II I'd It, Stanford. Ky. MUTE ,KOU UUUVILLI TO Till VIEW 01' THE MONUMENT Miss Fortescue, whoso suit against Lord tt.irmoylo for breach of promise, resulting in her being nwnrded ?50,000 as a substitute for the title of lady, which sho wus disappointed in obtniuiug, is coming on a visit to America. As her picture shows, sho is n She carried herself beautiful woman. through the trial with n dignity which has EDMCKD IUCII.UID30.V. won her universal respect. The father ol Tlio president of tho p"eat No n Orleans tho flcklo young Lord "Gumboil," as ho Is exposition of the wnrld'a product and manufactures is Edmund llichardson, who, by called, is Calnii, tlio chancellor of England. reason of his being tho largest cotton planter iiio ijuaen Interostoi iieKclt In tlio case, In tho world, deserved this recognition, ni and when die learned tho circumstances tho opposition originated in the idea of and sho declnrod It n shamo to tho whola will bs largely devote 1 to ft display of fanillj cf L'niins, and oscially to yuimg "Gumboil," who allowed his mother's cotton and Its multltudinoui uite. Tha prldo to oaino iidn to discard hli 1G slid ill bo opened on Ue IP liancei". u y.'t tho ('.urns Wool is not hi main so six months An i len of the iiiini blue as it might be. Old L rd Cairns himMr. .Richardson ofltlm buildings whic-'as taken a loading part in Ii.wIr- - erectod, self was oncJ tlio pjiiuylcss on of an Irish may lw pained from Uw f iot tlmt the roof butcher, but lie had brains that brought him 1 of tlw main building alone ccvers i8 acres, distinction, titlos an honor. and ha3 more space than the famous Crystal Tlio Approaching Trnnsforimitlnii. palaco, London. (1'itUburt; Chronicle Telegraph. Dtrector-Oeiier.w Orleans Ex of tlio Soon winter "ill fasten his ioiclo fangs In tbo throat of the warm sunshine nnd suck position. the rod blood from tlio dying sunsets. Athwart tho sky, gray bars of mist will 1 il On tho noxt anniversary of tbs birth ol Washington will bo dedicated tho whlty marblo obollsk which for nearly a half ecu tury has boon In courso of construction ot tho banks of tho Potomac, in tho city ol Washington nnd net far from tho White Oil account of iny ftllloz health, I oflVr for tale my well kcown work Mules, 16 hands high, used to ibe cars, sound, untitle and true pullers, and when I adrerttM in Tint Ixritaioa Jolunal I bare nerer (ailed to soil, and soon at that. Stanford Female College. SI'AMOHl), KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open tts Fifteenth Passion on the 1st Monday In September next. LI. TIIK BRANCHES OK A SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS NasiiimV. 'IuISIm!, Little Koek, Montaomsry. Atlanta, Katanoab, Jackianrllle, Mobile, and New Orleans. IXSAt BEST R0UTE"T0fTqRIDA In Palace Cars Without Change. IItESJ MIKING )Mo ! SHORT LINE TO THE EAST I hare reiuivrd to corner Msln A Pepot sts., and am prepsrrd to aerre the ladlra In Ilreu-Mtklp- n and other kinds or tawinx In the best style and at reasonable rates. Soliciting a share ol yaur patronage, lam, resiectlully, I'roat Loulsrllle In PalacaCars without cbanfa. THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE Are tauxht, as wall aa I I MItis KI.I.A Sill LEY. btanford, Ky. TERMS MODEkATE.1 lMO!VlV BOUTSJ." reis UO, I'reparjtia MUUIO, THE LANarjAQKB. DRAW. INCJ AND PAINTING. SeeklnB bomcsonlhe PMIPDAWTC line ol this road will tflllUnflni lO receive special low rates, ire Agents ol Dili I. rapany for ratts.ioutei Ac, cr write c. P. AltoUKt, G. P. 4 T. A, t' Loulavlllo, Kr. K'iiiuli' , . 'i nfi.v. j.i '. ( $ r.ii..A: Louisville, New Albany , ,..rK!;a, IM. n '1 A ' & KISS. ft. fur f ill part.ii. iui, as t. Tltfr.HI till. ITIrirliinl, stannitil, URcuin l B'sru ., .lu MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr TIliB Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Roputation, AND svnicago at,auway. iiil om.v lim; kv.nninu Pullman Palace Cars! AND SOLID TRAISfa XT" . aTl t stretch, imprisoning tho earth and bidding deOanco to the warmth thnt seeks to reach her frozen bosom. Tha quail will lurk beneath the dead and matted junsjiiititho far-of- t fence. Hare cornel of the brniichei will j'enell on tin dead air n tall of forest woo and wood'aul mlsory. Tlu ground will bo covaretl, white nnd pure; puro mil uhite so puiv. and wlilt-- , mi cold, aud ftlll', and Lou i tie?, and unfeeling, that wo shall know we were born in sin; Impure, imperfect? Hut. oh! give us back tlio green of our hoarts the warmth oven of onr fault, for wo are but lininin! Ami in this white timo thnt comes npnoo, tho man who lost his overcoat on an oWctlon bet will call himself an idiot. stake-and-rid- LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Prirciat NoTlCX, I'aueniera froia the K: A N II. II. arrlro In Iii'.riila In Hum to lake the erraiuf train uf the Jluoon tteute" aad ao thrpuiib U FW I 4. & & T. lit WTTf F-gg-B- T) HH Lj (Jieoncnstlc, CratTfoitlbTllle, Irayct'.f anil Chicago nilliout clinitRO. TIMB TABLIt erAi'lON-.- . X.tf. IU Proprietor ii Determined thnt it Shrill be Second to no Country Hotol in tbo State in it Fare, Tws& STItL-- COJIPARATIVE I1EIOIIT OP VAIIIOLS TUIIKS OVER 200 FEET. L Tt Washington niuBnmrnt, SM feet. Cologne cathnlr.il, 4p) frtt. 1 The iramld of Uheepi, 450 fwt. M. IVti-r's m m-b- m. r-- t- r:' P ri i ' Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of their Oaeitt. Coniiulsslonor of Tension. 5. . KDWAHD ACSTIX DUUKE. Times-Democra- ot this vast enterprise itnposos, refusing, howover, tho largo emolument attached to tho position, which salary ho donated to the agricultural college of Louisiana. Though a loader of the southern Democracy tho apiwintments of JIajor Ilurko provo him incapable of exhibiting tho slightest partisan or sectional spirit. lie has choson tJen. George B. Loring, of Mass., chief of agricultural department; George Y. Johnson, of Kansas, superintendent of agriculture; Con. John Eaton, ot Connecticut, chief of educational department; Hon. Parker Earlo, of Illinois, chief of horticulture; Hon. OliverGibb,Jr., ot Minnesota, commissioner for tho northwest; and Hon. 11. K. Bruce, chW ot tho colored department. director-genoralshi- To Major E. A. Burke, tha proprietor .ml t, editor ot the Now Orleans is duo probably more than any other tho successful culmination of tt' gigantic exposition enterprise in his city. Tho major won his tltlo in tho confoderato service, cud is an acknowledged organiser. His enthusiasm !od him to accept the stupendous work anil responsibility which tho l.nli-vidu- p Mill bo 55.1 feet hi;li and U 55 feet bioatl n iU baae. It is a hollow almft of Krnnlti facet! on tlio outside with blocks of whit ninrble. In tbo joining of the blocks ol stone evory dovice that ingenuity colli suggest has been used to provent tho posidbli introduction ot motsturo and the consonuen danger from frost. The top will be capped with a pyramid of vrhito marble surmounted by a solid copper a pox to bo con hoc tod wit a lightning rod, which uill provent its boii.e destroyed by lightning as aonio of the srfri' lieilits of tlio loftiost structur4 erer crectej by man 1iohr it towers over tlioin all. I House. As our illustration of tlMooinjMiraitivf ht. l'aulV. Loii.luiu twu fit. Msrk'A, Wnlve, SbH feel. Th C'npltol. WaahliiKtuii JS3 fret. Ilrooklyn lrlU'H lowrr. Jra fmi. Trinity ehurvh, Ne rk. J fret. Rcimr, 4H fiv. . h IrJ i Utiles fr nltlb roarfrJ to an J frarn Ike d Trre af chares, hprrlat arrsmne'latlnni ta Coman(rrlalTraralrs. Tha liar will alwajt sarrlUd iiltli tb fhalrnt hratJsof l.lqaers acd clears. " Chii. ....... Tie MMldlrrcl rot, with only unr car, taall roints In WIouln. Mmi..- - ii I. w !th:)ki, Ar tut i'jrtkrr mluriuaU.iii ITFM3 14. Ml'HKAV XK1.I.KK. Arr. ftrtvnraMl . " rawtordtrill " UflTftlF IsiUrlllr 7 . 1 (ally. II pm VI ItllM J II am 'Mini I a m a 01 p m 4 . ti S ft am li pu V) pm iu Iulni A e. K- - TraJ.M.rli. i JlIlttttV.N MTCIIIC, 1101110(1)-, tift atT O I lie dreiil l.'nllsli l a 1 liiii-tri- LBJ "iIliu.(Ji-aKj uHtbnWtnnUUnlUH!.' Kentucky's Tte Houtc rom East! as Inltrrul Ijulludf, l'tln In lb laca, Hlmnnai rf Vtilu., I'rriua-turaUl- inFXcriil Bllara lakiig, uurur U'raknra, anJ Oanaral oil Orjim, I'owarnl the (,tn-ratl.nl all ll...ta (h.t f.illw .. . - ui of rlrsln alituitlol, itr--i ltiti.nir foe lowr, Wmi Nrrtows Mftue-rj- r ItotiU' IWtwffa lu w! Shorteitand Quickest Routa froui CeJ tral KentuoKj to all Pointa North, East, Wtst and Southwrxt. Ftit Una mir jrjrs, ijia ol Touthful luiitrthlrnc ot 1 d rlt AlslVaV Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. only Una running t A Unci- - I an mu Uuiiti-usc- . Otis P. G. Clarke, of Rhode Island, to tho posi tlon of commissioner ot pensions. Moj. Clarke began life as a sign painter,&ncl later was a carriage builder, in his native atata. He served with distinction in tho vsar and has filled various positions in tho government with credit. Ho Mas apxIntod first deputy commissioner of tension in lbl nnd has for tho past wx mouths boeu virtually the head of the otlice. Tlio Carman's Smart florae. Kvery Other Saturday. A gentleman travelling through Ireland with n very stout companion had occasion to hire a jaunting car, and, having agreed with tho driver for two shilling, stopped back to tho Inn whoro ho was staying nnd called his fat friend. Tho driver, as soon as ho caught glimpse of tho enormous dimensions of his passenger walked up to the head of his hcr nnd holding over it the d lapvols of a worn out jiclcot, said; "Whist, sir, get up ns lightly as ye can, will yel' "Wh.it, is your Least kklttUhi" asked tho gentleman "No, sir," paid Pat, with an iulmitab'y hrewil bar. "but if ho saw tho big ifentlemiu he'd most llkolv saw si nut, rat, you ouut to get tlvu slul- Hngr.' ' OTIS P. O. CLARKE. On Nov. IS tho president nppotnlod PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS A SOLED TEAIN TOOK Mf i ' Mr LonlHYllle,ClucliiuHti ami Lex liiKtou, Ky., "io - TO II prpackt, or six pickat for IS. AIm by tntll. poittk-- e frf, oa relptof prlca, aMTKull pirtlculira In paoipblat, which will tx mallH (rr to eriry appllcaut. Addrns all com- uunlcatlons to tha tola manufacturers. CO.. ft U It 11 A V 3tF.DHl.VK Cltr. Mo. Kansas Sold In Stanfonl lr Psnnr A McAllsUr and all LiruiKlita rrrrtwnera AaTH a I'xtsa A ( , U'b Irnl Ain t, lj)uHtlll Kr. JOO-ly- Aii, and niitijr uttir that In. I ta Inwul'r r ( in umpllou la all rttriol Wukoni tlie rfrriS srti tiki a chirm, rrUirin lout or ft l"JJ lwor, xirin to the era a uniitant JA rBSvSSSSk and psrVlltii Uauty to tuechicli the rosj tloootu ofbraitn, AftarTakiag, srllurrty't ypnlflc li M by all Urucilittat "- if mm I.EXIXUTOX A ClSVUSSATl, , (Kbdulalu s H Kflrct (Kt. 13. IUI. H sri: 1 s :3 r :ij 145 5 i tiueuwu I" j I liHjlj.lM z I -- m uifi - i E -i 1 1 S : B s B I S 2 ' ss tjip t,f--- v y "t t B B SB C ; ", P WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting In same i . depot with tut . i : train for i ! I i tat-tsre- INTEniOn VIEW, KIIOWIXO HTAIIW. monuments of antiquity were. The inurIoi when completed will be lighted by ulnrtrlcit) nnd contain an elevator by which the visltoi can iu a few- - minutes reach the kumiuit. This notice forewarns huntrrt, fisherman and triinpa not to trespass on our lands without as all such acts arallablalo lie procrcuted . The Direct Eoute to Lynchburg, Dan to tha fullaiteutof lh law. Htinlorrl. Ky Manb Utli, 1AHI. Hlane.1.1 ville, Norfolk, I). McKlttrlck. OusA W. M. Mcl'oruiack, A W Carprntrr, ii. i. num. . initmp, lld, All Virginia and North Carolina It. CoLb, Mul,bl, Points. 1" I). UhrnlM, HlKXlni Kallr. For tickets and further Information, apply to Ii. (I. A J W. ('. iltCuriuaca, Uorr. your nearest ticket office, or addreaa .M (I. I.Carter II I.TI e. W. J. UKao, W. K. AKKOI.O, T. J. Hill, J. W. Weatbrrlord, AJrertlsiog Agt., Ticket and I'au. Ait., vanor, Vfm. Iturton, VJ25 Fourlls Avc.LouliTllle. ICy J. A. HarrK J. H. Murphy, O. W. NWIT1I, II. W. FULLER. I'. W. Carter, J. M. Mill, )nn'l Manar, Oen'l 1'au'r Ag't. Kd. Carter. J II. Mf.Ulster, Klrhmnnrf. Vlrelnta J. I). Jurira, J M. White, J. (j itmiw'iry !T. I.. Marrutn. i A ItlDftll.t, 3goT7r YorK. i ! ! i 'BHSB BSjUBgBB I i i ! I So ., i iss VI II I I "9 1M "SSU Sli'S'O-- S563S :,?P k Jh- J n, ' I I I ! I II I tp , w M : ; : SBB1BB i o fSir-r-B-3B ES'BBBBB C? c Iiiiiocciiro mill Kxiicilc'iuo. (lIollld.iyslHirs.Standanl "You uecilii't lull me, sir," sail nnangrj father to hisiMii, "that you dinnk nothing you have beet but a glass or two of ; ilrinklug whisky; I can smell it. "Father.' acknowledged tho young mai, "it wot whUky that I drank, not beor" "Woll, yoi khouldn'thavo tried to deceive me, you younj l r ltu,ull Nfu.inl II ijhKf I f'ti if i i 'i.ia No j I I "" ??"? : i : : ru rr. V 0HI9 & MISSISSIPPI -- D. 111. V ,H l,ii' r A W 1" 1 P'w 1. i Newuul fur.' Amou i i I fll?! ' i : ? ' P I ' Si i I ' iZ i A lvr i , lUUu .aw-1-.B " j W , S, I j H-- wl! I 1 I ?5 i A j&r linpii-ssiiilo- . ab The Direct Uo'ite to St. Louis & tho West: Northwest and fiouthwoat by tho way of FANNY ELSSLKIl should llonlz socially a woman liko Fanny as they did. Sho was tho rival of the great Togltoni, and tho most famous dancer that ovor livod. Bho attained credit for capturing more hoarti by tho movoments of her feet than Cleopatra conquered with her beauty. Horn In Vienna; in 1917, at the ago of 17 sho was considerod tho Iw3t dancer in Europe. It was at this timo that a hou of Nupoloon I. fell in lovo with her. He tod the theatre nightly, but it was only on his deathbed he avowed to his friends his lifelong passion. la 1833 Voron, the director of tho French opera, went to London to induco her to go to Faris. At a grand dinner given to win hor faror he presented her with a dessert plttto full of diamonds jusd rubies. Iu 1838 aha coma to America at tho solicitation of Chevalier W'ykoff, the eelobratod Philadelphia beau. In tho book of hU adventures which Wykoft published lomo lira years before his doath be writes of tho great danseuse: "Sljo was above the mediant height, finely forinea, and bor featuro woll shaped. Her counteaanoe was sweet and winning', bor arolco vrat low and musical, aad .bar every fre-que- n ovorlior udmirors. And how thoiw saino grnndwr.niU would rant if, in our day, wo cf KMtiny's iiiJilest iottIcoats not the loud article of the.o dogeuerat days when Vmorson suid. "Tills is poetry, Margurot." ind that fearful toinalo ropliod, "Nuy, llalph, it Is religion," expressed with tolerable closjtiess tlio extravagant hold which Fanny Klssler by undoubted talent but as much by hor soclul vogue oxerU-- How Urn world h.is Th ilvntli of l'utmr falti!-- , uhoui our rnndpureuts Sfon' wild uv.T, rocttlla the good old htory cf Kinerson and Jltirguret Fuller in tho pies-tnc- rnrcal; you ought to Iw nshatuel of your-se'f."I am ashamed of myself. It wut vry foolish to think that a man of your yjur cxporionco wouldn't know wlilskj from boor." Senatorial Chlrograpliy. Edinuml Alton in Ht. Nicliolax.J Bomo of tho Honntors wero rather reckless in their chirogranhy, and frequently ono of them would bimply hand to mo. while I was u pago, n scrap of paper with soma writing on It, without saying miythlng nt all, expecting me to understand what ho wished. I would turn theso notes upside down, side- "IIMiMl! uu u i SimM.i i! :sS2SMi -, a J e b 12 ' ' : i ' i i ! I in 1 " i Mi ; ; s & o ' s : ; j j ,' i ; ; I ; t i j I ; " fiOUISVIJiljISorOIXCIXXATX. bating Chattanooga lor MnHMnJnrt ltrllle aud Cincinnati make direct ronncttloii at those ning Exprrst oil tbe Ohio and all points V'rt. -- Sat; j 5S 3- j ! j ; I j , ; r ? rl v, SSBB' B B i t o A with the LightMlsiisslppl for St Arojou faUIti?. from IouItII1o f HOUrS Only to fat. Louts, being or fiucln-I- U two houra natf quicker than any other line, giving our passengers time for meals and first choice of iati In trulls going West. luc going by way uf Chicago. TJxr. Tor Cnvln. Nerres, Ftomvh. IJrer, Kldnet, Lanca. An vneaualnl Invtvurant. Cures T03XTIC, DTSPEPSIA, Hcadacho, Fever, Actio, Chills, try Weu-- Hrtt.Tn a pure, clcun, wbolcsotnu SBBBBS SS'EBBB BBiBB maymvilm; NoaTU-IlofN- IIKANsJII, o. ol, Dally Dally Ki. Hun. Ex, Bun, 2 00 n iu 7 2.! a in. JO ii in a jo n ini o ii p ru 8 SO n m' 9 47 pm a 00 a Ul! it 07 p in 7 00 p in V 18 a ru 10 CO a in 7 pm T.Ti. Si, st 12Hours Quicker S""b?-5- ? i v. i. .vjr vt If. MAPLESO.V. J t - Few nu n have bjen more fortunato in keeping their namo before and carrying away larger sums of money from the American public than tho plothoric pomposity so conspicuous as the head of Her Majesty's Oporn company, London, and who, it Is aid, onco subscribed himself "Col. J, H. Mapleson." Tho doughty "colonol" usod to have a monopoly ot tha opera producing business, but of late several rivals have en-tar- ways and cornorwnys, and could hardly toll from tho hieroglyphics whether tho words wore good old A m.lrl.M'ln,, n,- - Trnlirau f In.. It... I suv on a dosk a p.'oco of paper that Always makes iim t on u a comical likeness or Imago of a Imiiiuu skeleton in miniature a nruilM view of tho skull, the rlb, and the other bono, uveti to the foot. I wondered who tho senatorial artist was, and iu handling tho paper I With all Lines at chanced to turn it another way. And what do you think it was! It wasn't meant for a skeleton, after St. Louis and Intermediate all. It wot nothing Ua than a very hasty autograph of Boiutor George No Ferries! No Omnibus P. Edmunds. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. TORPID., LIVER .and .Night Sweats, Nervous Sexual Docllno. Woaknoss, Lcannemt, Nlco to take, true merit, unequnled for Lre Corlnston... " Lexington ... " Paris Arr Mtllersburg . O. & M. neotions " Fast Timo and Sure Cou Points. tl.U0per hot, 0 for $3.00. at Dnurirlsta. k. n. wsllb, jersey city, M. J., malaria, " Johnson., " Mayatrllle HOL'TH-IlOfN- Carlisle TJoToT" Lre Msyssllle. " Johnson Mlllersburg.. Arr Paris ... 5 Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. Hun 6 30 a 7 21 a 7 41a S 10 a U 10 a 11 HO No. 61 ISIIIIi'fllmi'tll Trans- lilUSuuiiMll iqOJioUr Fetnale Diseases. Incontinence of Urine, all Diseases of tho Genitourinary Organs In either sex. For Unhealthy or Unnatural Discharges use also "Chopin's Injection Flour," each 1. For HYl'HIMs, cither contracted or hereditary taint, uto L'hapln'a Constitution Hitter Syrup. $1.00 per bottle, and ObAphi'is SynhUItlo Mils. 12.00; and Chopin's SyDhlllUo Balre. 81.00. 8 bottles Syrup, i or Pills, 1 Hftlre, by on receiptor II0.ro, oratDrujarista. Bwelllnira, " " Carlisle " Islington " Citlnnton .... a in 1 20 p 14 m 1 in 2 13 p iu m H 09 pm ui 3 33 f m C 00 pm a ml 3piu in bU Held. fers! winter's wear and tear. A3. The Season's Change. Jtaco.) No more on frontvard rustic seat, or b ths gardan gate, will lovers coo and kiss and bitounUltbekourislate; those frosty nights will drive them now inside the mansion wssra onoa mora the sota'll have to stand The Swnitness of ttt Ohio Man. Buffalo ExprezM. In an Ohio town the dally paper Is published six days (n the week by Smith, Drown & Company. On Sunday Brown, who Is a Babbath school superintendent, drops out of the Imprint line, aad the Arm becomes Smith ft Company. It takes an Ohio man to pill the wool over the Lord's eyes. Connections made In Union Depot, Ht. Louis, with trains of lines going West, Northwest and Bouthweat. II yon are going West to any point, rail on or wilto to the undorslgued. For full and reliable Information In regard to Land, Ac, in the Western rJtatae, Map. Uuldea and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household Uooda to all points Weal call on or addrraa Buchu-Paib- a Uemarknblo Cures of Catarrh of the Uuulder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kidneys and madder, Btono or Qravel ot tho rroatate Uland, Dropsical Via-vo- ' aors:y'.,pin,.Djr auwt www iwaton uiodo: iim rrinoaof Wales is only Lowell Citln: The average coal man it Buttfyou count his ace on the Uttla w busy nowadays ttiat be can oaiy'delinf W9 roa-uv- a ortonVcaiswl-iVr-br'going'sho- . j m wm rt O. II. AUOr, Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway. Uarrodsburg, JCy W. W. PEABODY, W. B. 8IIATTU0, Oen'l . Prea't and Oao'l kan'gr, Paaaargar-Agen- Paas. Ait, C-PAIUkl, Caalaal ClmlaasU, Obl, t, - NoTK.-Tr- aln No. S runs dally from KnoiTllls, Winchester and Lexington to Corlnaiton. Train No. 1 runs rla Lexington and Paris, am' cot rla Winchester and Parla Train No. C la dally except Hunday between and Parla, bnt la dally from Cincinnati to Knoxsllla. Lexington and Paris: No. 82, dally excapt arr Lexington 9 10 s m. No. M, dally exeept Sunday, lrara Lexington 4 30 p ra; arrise Paris SIS pm, run Winchester. a ?'.VirL,,ne;N.,m3..,nd Hleaplcg Cara Trains, with Pullman hatwtea 'ch"ad, Va , and Wlncbeiter P'1 Fl5Cw"J Washington, D, C, Through tickets and baggsga cbeclrod to any destination reache.1 by a railroad. H.F.D.M0K8E, W. II. W1IITTLE3KY, Lex-Init- 1 VrtPf r As,ni wrjt. gersyuuy, w. j., . h. a. C. 'f10"' OsoarH Uian( TrlT' 1'- - (ot, k Lexington, Ky U.W. FULLER -- qx, vj, ai- - - nf gtuii-Stttth- le Jnttriorloaml December 19, 1884 LOCAL TIME CARD. HouLh Stanford, Ky., l. AN. UM ttnln icolnc NorthZ....- - 1 Go T. M. . .. .... 1 Mouth...- 1 3 A. if. . " Morh Tb abort U olculilrd on lUndted tliai. Holir time I About 20 minute ExcrMitriln" ..... 11 r. u. ftr LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your school booka from Tate A ennv. Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted br Tate & Peony. A COMM.CTK atock of jewelry, latwt atyle. Kockford watch a rpecialty. Tate A Penny. were not for onu thing the writer would be jn the aame cateThe fineat Una of overcoat below coat it gory. With her as his companion for life he can but be happy, and may he al KW. No youmo ladjr ehould read Boorne'a waya fully appreciate the exceedingly rare and priceleea jewel of whioh he dm juet ob. advertisement, tained poceaaion. J. F, W. D. Ki.ass nells ever article at and below DEATHS. coat thli month. Dr. Thoa. L. Moberly, of Richmond, ia Custom made boote and nhoea below dead, in his eighty.f ccond year. D, Klaaa', coat at Died of catarrhal 'fever at 7 A. M , D. Klass' new and elegant itore ia oppo Wednesday, Alma, daughter of F. M. and eite "Myera Houae." Mrs. Mattle K. Ware, aged 7 years. She .I III. waa a bright and interesting chili! ami il.o DliESj goods in great variety at redlcu heartaof her parents are wrung to Bt Inualy low prices at D. Klaia'. her up "Of such is the kingdom of tianana, Lemone, Cocoanuta Heaven." Ac., very cheap at T. R. Waltoa'a. Fumii Fish alwiTi on band. J. T. liar- - of connotation, and if it sparkla more brightly still a they glance at the glittering display of toys and trink ets, himI the Christmas tree, which is grow-lo- g fast, Is looked forward to an a magical creation, bearing its precious fruit in lavish abundance and distributing Its rich supply with marvelous wisdom and matchless gen eroslty. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT HOLIDAY t. .! m RELietOUS. Rev. R. R. Noel will preach at Preach-ersvlU- e PERSONAL next Sunday at 11 Ai it. Mrs. J. H.IIookkii ii reported tety Rev. Geo, O. Barnes has resumed hit Thkiie will likely be a Maiquerade ill. delightful letters to the Stanford Journal. Mt!H 8ALi.ir Onrm, of Bell county, Bleating Carnival during the dolidayaat the He la nov in London. Richmind Herald, ia vUltlng MIm Mamie Beatley. -- TOrink. The Louisville Commtrtiatt New York Col. V. O. Welch went to Pine Hill A Bid lot of chamber tela will be cloaed correspondent understands that Mr. W. T. ye trday to aell out the etore and other out at cott for thia week only. Bright A Price has had an offer to reprint the "Life property of the old Pine 1111 Co. Curran. of Gccrgo O. Barnes by a London firm." c, la Mns. I.KWtspTitAi, of Lonl-vlHNr.T TueadayV iwue will aleo be a e Rev. C. F. Reid, the Kentucky up on a vlidt to her on, Kainuel, who, alie double one, especially devoted to Christ-ma- n missionary to Cliins, has returned found wa neither reared nor hurt. matter. to America, arriving at San Francisco, NoU' 8 A i.li r. YcAunu hap gone to the vember 24. TiiF.Supeiior Court haa rereraed the New Orlvp l.xpoidt.on, accompanied by Missrs. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., and E. 8. in the case of James va. Buchanan, her father and other from tlxs Prof idence missed. Gooch write that Rev. A. Mobly's meeting neighborhood. Judge Bowden diascntinz ROTH IX Wednesday morning, just before dayat Doublo Springs closed with 34 additions Mr. Thomas W. Black kiujy tnov- light, some one went to the stablw of PeyWho is the friend of the merchant,, the 30 by biptism. Church greatly revived. ed to hi farm in Waahington county ton King between town nnd the depot and laborer, thu farmer? I). Klni. He givi' Mrs. and Miss Vonhollz, evangelist, 122 acre yesterday which he hid bought, b mr(i his mire, bridle mid saddle, and tliein n chance to eave money. are holding a meeting al Versailles, which f.rf000. Mr. HUcKrrbr U a good rlti-crhas foritten to return them. The mare is and a Imvm demoorat and lavw many OiUNer, LitnoiH, JlnuniU, Apple has resulted in V2X conversions, 105 cleans-in- g a chestnut S3rre',' years old and about 15 from sin and 18 additions to the iUixiaa, DaIkh, Prunes, Ciirrsntc, Citrous fr.r' U behintl him. hinds high. church. TitUKMoKl) wrltw frum and NuW of all kiniN at H. S. Mer'. t Vn. J Miss Lousnna Jamoi left lal -- Fid. S. W. Crutcher, of Dinville, will d ' (, - Mo , th"the chiIi not bo day for a visit of icveral weeks tu her For Kk.vt. After Januiry 1, the very preach at Mt. Xenia next Sunday nt 3 v AXD THINK- to U' k far from hi old homo were it many friends in Boyle county. Miss Lillie I NTH-- n desirable ulnte room under the iMninoit it. There will be a Chrislms Tree at the m weekly vMl cf the riM fur the of two very plsnnt viit Joihnal offiw. Addrew W. P. Walton.' si me phre on the night of the 21th. All Lyttr after n old whUsK he coratdiineHl u Joi-jwaweeks to her friends here, left Tuo'dny hlghlr In rewitling fur another year. Who introduced the motto ' Smi.ll Pro invited. for her borne in LouisviHo. We are glad Tb Second Adventisls have fixed upI) Kla-w- . Mil Wallah. K Vakwox delti St, (jiick Silcr lie sticks to report Miss Lull Bowman convalficent on January 4 or 6, 1S85, as the date when hI hi Attorney - WwUat liiricl to It, too, and now don't forget Tour friend J. H. fetephens, our popular hotel nun tim shall be no mote. Ami we will not filer t'n m Lit nnubera am M(eijc a pa and fellow cltixn, D. Kl- -i ha returned from (jreenburg, lMard jgutt a.e t tevi lawiV iimiuraiion after m iH ifieyimlrt PmMm rr apfifitt i co'i"iy Ku:s, . i which pile he propew I r is pretty c .Id wealbir for ' LittU thie I all. Too Mil, loo bad. and awMUnna j out his bn-- i soon he cn .it He U bilh eiftibU uji" bui ii bi crowd I g'ttng to hr - fpnrl to the Mttlodis'. Cmtr.iniil lo locaV soMr. Stephens c'ose a glowing do n, dn doubt ill the iolll.it with givu ne here. a'i iii. same. Th )irformsnoe pro.ins in teetdoa t Biltiinor ho the preiiit much credit. - BKFOKij MAECIXR acriptlin of the ciuntry an 1 thiuks tnt !Er.I2r:TION. tu b; ib thestiio.1 event of the etsaMii. strength of this church in the I'oltwl e M J. M. I'mMAkK who repre-nttown, whieb w no quit nn in'anl, i de 8lales lo be m follows: Travelling prsaoh-er- , of other Chas. ltjnta, for met It II N Cur Oi' liatlan, Ml wl aow'w Until at no veiy distant dav to btoomc afl.fttt; local prnofcirs, XKJM; maai-kwt- s of t.e in irn- ItWa'ur. wm hre thw we. k of Marmr ooemty. kasi the hti a city ia full, y,721,14; prelwtiweis, 177,-23- fl, quite When aeked to rmin I i Itlt iiaad imt l while oonplin catu 1 1. tu i' t'oaineae. Pete Whitley, a negro bjy ubjiH 18 total communicants, 3151,020. For uraa T"T- rwntflt of her il.e otrwr ni;bt. Th bnsuman'ii lot 1 irforinariej gitee for t to t yeanofae, Heanlti hiae hii menthe hole world the flzor,n lie gave iM to Jallr ia far frvut bein a af or happy one. er: very auldenly, after an'ming tlefi'l! Band, he km Traveling pracsers,i51Vt); h.oal preach tal Uciltie l,ut! uht two ticket to il all the hnfa'her in th blacksmith shop all ay tfOMK mcUm)b"I was irattd Wrdna'day f", 77,)"i ', (omni'inicants, 5,:'199l.'t. I Te theiefore loitiK 'w oMie 1' Motidy. He araastd the boys about town has 70 universities it if he tiwr by Mr John Myera getting afur a man the I . N the and by his very wrtravagaut to" reial Mm again.will do I Alnz with a huge j is'ol aikI collegia, 100 feinalj colleges and 10 during the evening Mina c this way IBr-cs-ULgaa- t; and nonicAl talir, propositi,; to hire &ti33.-czi?ci- : beaiie h abuovd him for cot hiring bim theologioai sobools. buggiw at fabulou pricis to drive to S'.ic-for- d LOCAL MATTERS. RToharJe was drunk and was a ho.-to gtt his lictn'a to rrnrry, Ar. Tnes lAND. STOCK AND CROP. sobsujuently arreted for oarrying n . D. Klatai' tor barralrw. morning marshal ?.tunder put hiui tinder wtapen J. II. Hooker has m.id to Henry Baugh-ins- n guard by mpsntof his iV.lier who sosmtd iisi'a a4vartiBnt la ehasae. V, 07 aorei of the oH Uirviu tract of land Mr Oho. Howl, one of cur new oitlzeas to far he migut to "oiuething very wrong, A MaioalP for Christmas from SilxUnd, tells in that ho is well at $20. t,o to Warr.ii in sams way. He don't J. W. IJiewitt sold J30 head of fat or harm himcelf U ids with the remillsof his first year's appear at all vioteut, bjt will probably bs Presents tor your Mother-isheep to Sadler A Co , of Cincinnati, at 4J law nt Bourne's. "It.n.B iKri'aoTH at Open Honse fuming in Kentucky. He midegood cropi cents, weight 154 pounds.-Winche- ster taken before the county j idee Presents for your Granmatnmy nt Bourne's. and fled i a ready market for his surplu, to iU"rrow night. to lie tried fjr lunacy. Later. He his though bk'.l much Democrat. Presents for yonr Gnl nt Bourne's. bsen tried and 10 adjudged description at if he tiko it in trade, I . itr votks of erry Il'.-n- t Birri-- l rld Ids firm of 50 acre l to the prefer the cah He Prevent 4 for your Fellow at Biurne'a. ov Cattle The , I'uiian'a. The Slau.uteiiixu lr for $4,000 cash. The JoL'RXAL when h first catse and lo Former Holm Picsents fjr your Friend at BourneV. of killing and drewing bcf at the wiaw fimlstbat it aisisWi him mil eh In gettiag ac farm lias on ihe Huntonville pike, where process 1) Kiasx' "Kd Utter Presents for your Sister, F.ither, Mother- - E very body. B .n stock yards, stys a contemporary, ii not as the C. S. railroad croMsas it. (Uintid with the Country. ITU' mt in halt expelitiouj and wjnWful in character ai Cottle arc weak in Louisville at 1J to arndle. oandy fruits nod toys in 1A The Toilet Citfos at Bourne's. Toilet Sets at Lkuruu'r. Finn The largn dwelling house on tbo M1 far common to oj to 5.C0 lor shippers, is that of killing aad dreing hog ab'jndanee at S S Myers. krea Myers liurnod at I A M. hogs are firm at 3 to features mosi noticjablo sre the two meth- Nail SoU at Bourne's. Baby Sets at Bourne's. farm of Mrs. J. II. 4J; sheep are ijuiet ods used in killing the aniunl at the Fancy Candle-- , FrtiiH ni Cakes ywlerday, causing a total lo on the house IJtoSJ. In Cincinnati, cittle sre in 1, Christmas Cards at Bourne'e. Odor Cases at BourneV. fir f Walton's, aid its entire contents, which conai'tcd of demand at 1 to dj; hogs firm at 1 to 1; One of these methods is through there of Writing Desks at Bourne's. in abumUne " T Dolls at Bourne's. the rifle and the other tin lasc?. In bath the furniture and other household goods sheep iu demand old-falo 4, 09Auy thing you want at Bourne's. Wit 1 was the first that out the singly from the Fine Books at Bourne's. live families which occupied it: I). of the Divid Saott.of Lincoln county, sold the animM are driven :.ed Hi ptoflt dojti? I) Klaea. open at the r in fact P. Holton, L. A Prewilt, Harden F'lerson, to Walton ASsceney 5 acres of tobacco, yard lnt a narrow box s'all Bourne is the Friend of the CtMK and we our big display of lull and Noah Henry and Leonard Rutlege. Tho nverogingl 200 bi , for $7 per hundred. lop. A doziii of tbesa stalls are in n row, Bturnc Is a nice little man, ( and over their tops are laid some loose rooms aud Jou Weuiger one of our t library lautjii. Bright A Curran. house was a latge ooo of 1 entorprising Pourre l a with worth fully Jt'.OOO It was insured in the traders sold i.O New York cattle, weighing pUnks on which the slaver walks tell the ntcett soy l)oi.U ianumernble, Fancy China in AdiI fceJt tboglrlion cwdy. Sbakrieare. I .Liia for $l,o(H). J he origin ol the tire is 1,100 lb. at $0 per hundred. Lancaster rlfls or linoein haoii In the case of the conceivable style. S.S. Myers. every rifle the executioner pits a bill into the unknowr, the occupants knowing noth- News.J immediately and see BOURNE at the New Drug Store, next door ', animal's hnin at abort rm?e, which kills Tlnn go ing of it till awakened barely in time Thk prospects for a full houe to Higgins, Stanford, Ky. instantly. Not a groin is heard, not a r.tnl,i -- - llitterine. See ''Little Bare- - t) stve their lives. The loss falls heavily HUSONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTT. .r ' ( " IU" muscle moves. Toe animal falls like a fool." on them and those who are able ought to Sickness is prevailing to a considerable lump of lead, and i at once dragged from Air In (rnr of natronix'lDL' D Kla's respond libetally to their aid. extent among the children in this region. the stall into the shu.jb.ter bouse, where is will pleas'! call early before the slock New comes from Si. Joe, Mo., that A little boy of Henry Nail died on Sun-da- the throat is cat and the process of dres broken. A child of G. C. Lyon is very ill. m Means R W Hockemnd S ephen Wooding is completed. beau-tifBin Si i all the children to see the son have purchased r00 shares of the Sax-to- n Several other children are more or lew se I In an interview Jay Gould says the National Rink at an average of $152. riously afflicted. Thepevalent disease is Toys and Christmas Trix generaiiy. ' country passes through stsces of depression of thecharacter of diphtheria. T. R. Walton. The larger portion was obtained from Mr. now have open. DEALER IN ThelNTEHion Journal came in on about once every ten yars, and adds that cashier, who, owing to go and see S. S. Myers', J. W. McAlister, Don't fail to he believes busices will considerably re- Hardware, Saddles, Groceries, Horne SIioch, goods bad health will resign and return to his Tuesday, not only double its usual dimec-aion- e, irgs sleek and display of Christmas but filled to the brim with sprightly, vive in 1S65, QueciiHTrttre, BtigRy Whips. Nntla, Iron, supply yn'ir - 'd home here. Mr. Hocker will likely be nlsce in town to i.. was hinged at Cin John B Harness, Ruggy vVIieelH, Stores, Cnne Mills, elicted cashier nnd Mr. Woodson will take sparkling, solid and instructive matter. wants, cinnati Tuesday f..r ih murder of his son Cover , Mr. Hocker's plsce. It is said that the The peculiarity ot this versatile sheet is Cider Mills, Grates, SoUch, I had to be held up fell WeJnes A rr.iTTY good sxed snow llliiiK, bank will declare a dividend of S3 per cent. that while it is always well Sited and ap- He begged jiieculy sr Corn Shelters, Collars, 8(onetvnre, yeswss beinir adjusted. His day and there were several spurts ol it January 1st, and then increase its stock a parently doing its best, it can, when the while the nooe the murcury stood $100,000, making it $'200,000. This stock humor strikes it, expand itself and soar family deserted him after his terriblode-d- . terday. I n the morning Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and Another son came to the jiil dy or two is to be placed where it will do the most above the proudest of its forrajr flight". at 10 degrees. Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Hayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof The Literary Club are remodeling their before the hanging and hallooed at bim, food or cloth' good at $ll'", which when we consider that ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. L lhotf desiring to send Al a a there will be a surplus of $10,000 on hand, organizition and propose to enhance its in- "You old son of a b b," to which ho renan amen j John jirtuht, Jr. ing to the Ihptist Orphnn'n Home R. S. will make its actual cost $105, and very terests and ifticitncy by the addition to the plied, "Get out. you butard." Christinas Clilt will please leave at P. J. Slocum, a echool teacher near programme of several new features. It is valuable stock at that. or Lyile'a store encouraging to see a disposition among any Horse Cave, Hart county, incurred tho ill- MARRIAGES. people in Ihtse days of frivolity, to culti will of some members of the community, Thk exorcises attending the ChriHuaat letters at the Chrlatun church will bsgln Tree Mis Nellie Oldham and Judge John vate the intellectual nature and develop aud has rccoived'several anonymoui We.lnesday, 0 o'clock i M. sharp, next and tho mind as well as the murr-leinto activi- lately, BiiBgestiog that if he didn't leave Chenault, Mies Maggie Oldham to C. be waited upon. He tho town CUrlstmss eve. Krerybady is invited John Doty were married in Madison on ty nnd potency. did not leave, and on Saturday night a mob participute. I expect to be at tho oftice of the the Kith. Herald. his house. He firtd Mr. Geo. D. Drve and Mis Hattie Superinteudent in Stanford on Saturday of twenty surrouuded Ooit stock of ChrlstmaH goods this year in China and Glass- Wallace, nnd Mr. Charles Wilcher and the 20(h. Reports from teachers cm be into the ctowd and succteded ia driving will consist of novelties them away. Wayne Craine was killed inware, Lamps Ac, Nuts, Raisins, Cringes, Mies Mollie Purdy, eloped from Cisey sent in by mail to this place nt any time and John Long waa woundfinest canity, and were married In Jetlersonville and answers returned at once. I hope all side the yard, Lemons, drapes, lUnanas, nnd the ed in tho leg. Several hordes were woundof Candies ever Monday night. who are ready will send soon. I expect to and largest assortment Long claims tho crowd waj not a mob, Thomas G. Nuniielley and Misa Mat-ti- e go to Louisville on tho 29th itst. to attend ed. brought to this market. Warren A Mcl but thu they were riding pesceably along ean. S. Rifle, daughter, of Mr. G. W. Rifle, the sessions of tho Btato Teachers' Associthe road when fired on. from Cincinnati arrested were married at bis residence on the 17th ation and will probably be nbent eeveral A DETECTivr. "Is the howling cf 11 dog always followed Dack Cates, Wednesday, and took him to Miss Riffo ia a sister of Mr. Nunnelley'a days. by a death?1' asked a little cirl of her faties and rails on the former wife ard is spoken of as a very exThe Peyton family are moving to their Hint cily for putting ' Not always my dear. Sometimes River cellent young lady. Oar congratulations new homo near Stanford. J. W. Reid ther. Southern railroad track near Green the man that shoots at the dog raisvshim," takea the house they occupied. Elder was the prompt reply.Na3hvilIo Undbridge. The detective came as a tramp are extended. hold of Miss Susie Yeager was married on Williams and family will board with bim. ent and getting in with Catea noon got enough to ctuse him to arrest him. Cites Wednesday at the resldenco of her father, Mr Williams has been seriously sick for Mr. L. T. Yeager, to Mr. Frank G. Wood, several days. Ilia friends are solicitous is not a bright fellow at beat. and tho con-te- of Indianapolis, Rev. J. M. Bruce and John about the result. He is however better at CoUjmtY dwellings, barn, L. Smith officiating. The attendants were this writing. Wc are to have a new citiof both sre liable to burn at any time how Miss Lizzie Montgomery, of Lebanon, and zen in the person of Mr, Faulkner Holmea lightning no matter And if tho good people of Stanford will npprcciato good treatment anil low 0r bo struck by FOR So Mr. C. Fox, of Danville. Misa Susie is a (Fort) who has purchased the farm of Mr. careful the owners or occupants are. prices, I will slay here; and I v?illwure you that if you will give mo yot& indemnity in niece of I. M. and J. E. Bruce, of thia place. Brent Ihrnetf, about 50 acres, I believe for the wifest course to secure L VAULT". IN A She is the embodiment of lovelineai nnd lias 3 QOO. putronsgo I will nmke thoir knees weaker thun mino were when 25 shot, wore to insuro with .Trio. M Win bo mail aprjK-traoof alow m Ui$ly nil applicants Ah oomini; events havo a trick of oast-infired after me. repretenta tho always been noted for her atniablu disposi-positio- n Como and sea me Knd you will find that I nor-nouur a.uuouc ces, nnd to cunomcrs of Philip", Stanford, Ky. He ' Wood's gain i tho nhnoat befu-j- , Mr no Ccristmaa is their aliaduw orUerlPKit. Itcoatnlns llhmr.jtionsrr t flfc right. injured that I con not. treat you vwn unbearable low of two or three young men beginning already to h raid the approach Htr3rgpst, nest ami iuoi iu"m ' Coiapaniws. . GilcndaN for 1SS3 Insuianci of thiiscction, who will not listen (0 words of Its ftalive empire, llrigbt little cm for them, in both bulk acd case cheaper than anywhere else. 8, 8. Myere.t Fahhh Oyatera There will be a Christmas tree at the Baptist church Christmas eve. Everybody invited to participate. An infant son of W. M. Howard died Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock after a lin- gring illneea of several weeks: Jamea Joplin, of Mt. Vernon, bought several hogs In this vicinity last week, for which he paid from 4 J to Your correspondent Jiaa just received a nioe present from a friend lir Stanford in hogs, for the shape of t nice fat 300-lb- . which he returns many thanks. Capt. F. W. Dillion sold a interst in his saw mill near Cbappel'i Gap in this county to Joseph Melvin for $1,000; Mr. Melvin is a mill man of considerable ex- perience. The new firm has our best wishes. Died at the residsnes of hia son Richard Collier, John Collier, at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, aged about 80 years He was one of our oldest citizens and Iibs been a useful man and will be greatly PRESENTS. WE HAVE THEM PLEASE EVERY ONE, -- 11 n I i. ati-Le- v- ' -- l, vy , 1 i t will Be to Your Interest to Bee Our Goods VOm I - ittin 'rc4 The Largest mid Cheapest Lane .rl 01 njanciies, ors and Jj'or- - eisn Fruits 3E3,cror' e. to oan-ceal- e.l BRIGHT n plwl aub-cribe- Sl" -- i. h-i Gift-Make- 1 m-w- dandy.-nourn- e 1 y. ul W. H. HIGGIH Inp 1 1 ,,t m s If Oil IE THE CLflTH m MAN nt 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, and not to play tricks; and although he admits of having been downed, he does not propose to leave town till the PERRY'S Clothing men of Stanford hollow murder and plead for mercy; t 1885 1 1 1 fcttsSsiKg r Fi 2STsst dooj? So Farmers Hat BaiiJke IT" " -'- - -- ,.., ' fvtM tutfH icmfuwvi COMPETITION DISMAYED f tfKWllBSBANIC IN THEIR RANKS! ' ' i V C , 'J asK i ' .M mi SS .twttfc H s MMtt 'asaHr Great Mi of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Holiday Sale ets, UloakS, SnaWJLS, iiwuritiw rowers p Caps, Clothing, 'lTOn&S, valises tuiu usbalu j uveitis G018 A Hats, Blank elsrhere. Everybody People. 1885. HARPER'S MAGAZINE TbtoUnti.MlraUnui7pa, 7r. tiw olutnr no Maft nt not Hit tt iKipIr th , same ctoss ofgods for Holiday Presents, at prices a mere trifle of those charged for Suitable invited. Don't fail to see our Cheap Table, 0l,iginators and fWMWWMW pevfSSslorihe llrti r I "E helinda Jane," he said in deep, rral sionate wife?" tone, '"will if you be my own darling wftri4foil Tueia and Friday A.NNTJM. "It I thought you loved me, Augus- 03.OU Whoa PER If we hire to charMd. waicaav time. 83.B0 will ba pill iTadce. Stanford, Ky., Decembor 19, 1884 -many and to fee a I do no, o Howier friendn." Juat hero a tall, gaunt in an inimitain a cooosktn cap, cried out name ble voice: 'Name 'em, Governor, And the Governor says he was so eml" i.i-..- n ..n liv this untimely inquiry for r "'" TL. detail, that hecould not name a man. , Hoosien laughed good naturedly, and j ;in, v-- - fiii. hi . Uovercor jomeQ word in ernor, name 'em!" ha? become a by -f- Chicao Times. the floosier State tj ..,- -. ihT .ins will find thee out. Pre greatest blunder was Ills V ident Arthur's ami indorsement of the corrupt Mahone in Virgin a. He his his gang of Repu Utters ! been rewarded in the efforts of Riddleberer prevent the one of Mahone's creature?, to McCulloch as Secreconfirmation of Huh resulted tary of the Treasury, which have matter bing twice postponed in the in the McCulexecutive session of the Senate. be confirmed, but it loch will probably the cur must disgust the President to have he has protected turn and snsp at him that .- Louis- at the clow of his official powerTille Times. Bjb Ingewoll lectured in Cincinnati yeterdy afternoon. He u'd to fill the larg-- at bill in that city. His audiei.ee jesterdAy was small In other town this ively seiBOn liia hearets have besn cojp le one of the best sius of the few. This Ingersoll. witty hnd brillUnt as he time 1b, j uierwuary mountebank. He nisk.s Wha'-eve- r base use of his splendid abilities hia purpsa the efi.ct is to throw ciT Intelligent peo-pi- e lull re'ijjious restraints. disgusted with hi- - roM Hre becoming attempt to ridicule the faith whion com in life and forted their father? and mothers consolation in death. afforded them infinite Covington Comiuquweslth. Guhjs. Don't Smoke.-- It grieve the grsduates, Journal to learn that Htreet girls golden hair, clandestinely consume w,i, The ewe of a Biltimore girl, cmiie.ie lw or.'er of iter aunt, in this city, arrtd'- -i warning. She started on nhoud pro's J -" co "0IUW a l'ack!1,,se "" one t. Hfr'ted she was rapidly a du. Wnvn eventually pururhinK cwr-- . -- iH ouU cUy pipe r'Hvwii " -- hort, black have if you G.rU thiu of thi? Cher gnm, t your pretty mouths into like, but urn Y Journal. Boot (iorle.-- N - vert funny once gtorr on himself, acknowledging that n orsd. Daring the in hw Mi h wm campaign he went into a nnll town something in make a speech. Hebagan to em glad to meet this way: "My friends, I cjme to you aain; I a'.wwn like Gov. "Namk'Eu Governor, Name jm." Porter, of Indiana, tells a re-ce- nt i Blanjc-Trill- ?, ineigrwhi)((n ao I "i'ri tus," she faltered. "Love you!" he exclaimed wildly. "I adore you! I would wander the wide world over 'or yourswieiiaVe" "Then I will be your," iaid the maiden; "hut only ons condition." "What is that condition?" he eaid in a paroxysm of jov. ' Name it, name it; and il it wan to snatch the burning nun from the cerulean firmament, I will agree to it" "It is not so difficult m th(," she calmly, it is Bitnply thif : that you will never saj after wo are marriel that I can't cook ai well a your mother." The yours man shook his head and The mcrafice was too Pirrowfullv great. He entered the coal cilice with a small market basket on his arm. "Give me a ton of coal," ""ts, sir," replied the coaI merchant, "where ehall I send it?" "Oh. inat nut it in tar basket: I'll carry yJew() of excitement and comment a si In "the neihVorhood of Lompoc, Cal.( about 150 tone of honey will be stored Jy o oeis this winter, yet not the bee range there is utilixed. There are thousands of acres of Mite brush land I that will never be cleared of this peculiar Ls destined to be- -, brush; hence apiculture i come more and more one of California's chief industries and one in which men I There are Hniall capital cm embark. lands on the Sinta Rita and Punsima ranches for sale at not to exceed $2 peri acre, which are covered with a heavy growth of sage and other llowering shrubs from which bees extract honey. ly&s r. yfl&eocs. Hustonville, Ky., With lb il IM.rSTICATF.I). otv volume, llnnlof In Drctmlr, Mitiiin will tf.flflud Ik ihltlr-flnti a Headquarters for Santa Clans Supplies. Having just returned from the City with tho Largest rrTlilrc'i a Mr9 nl nrm iMulP lx.tlHaii.iiii it ilrtilllr alfsnr? In Ilia niMhoil Itlf nit i) f In a I w la lb iiicti rortnmi far rlsl noifli b Coeiltnr D. Ilowtll, a n notel follllfj "At ! (r. l.luTr " ilotrrlrtlre lltuitra-lf.- 1 aera br K. U. Millrl. It, Hwiln UIQorJ.K A. Abtxij. H.lilUon. aod othrrt, lioMimlih "ana to)i to foDnufr," IlluitraUil bv AbUji lisimr-laArt. He teaee, Ae. f'Hln iiip l liiitrf New WorM0 pttioa laJmi: Masnnii inuntil .f i rrt i,l lilt (Miurr jui-r.- r una mure tbe in I moreiutDi, mrc D.t W ai ed few tnonthi it home myself." "But e have a wsgon right here and it up right at once." cm sin "N'c! 1 en crT the coal up easy enough but ou uiti'lit ecd the bill up in ;wigon." - Chicago He. PEftsEVEUtscic The other day down in the country, after a marriage ceremony bad been performed, the bride, groom and several friends walked down to the ppriPj? "Is he outen' hearin'?" asked the bride. "Yes," some one replied." "Wall, thank the Lord, it's over. I've been er trying to hem that feller up foi more than ten years, an' have just succeeded. I wanti-- eay to you wimmen folkc: Djn't give up. Itjcilleck whut the bible Qiite awful: Misi Daly Greene (to Bays: 'Ifyou dou'i git what you air srler ' Jones, who has just been introduced): at fut keep peggin' awsy till you git thar g people one meeta "What ArkansAw Traveler. out, Mr. Jones; only look at that frightIt is about time now to see afier young ful girl in the doorway." Jones: "I can't fruit treee, else the rabbit? may peel them. help thinking she U not s.i bd looking as A good plan is to wrap the stcck of the tree the awkward stick who is talking to her." with old rg? or newspipcrsfor hbout two Miss G. "The awkward stick is tnv broth-er.- " feet from the ground. Some claim that a Jones. "The frightful girl is my good wwhinu with blood will keep them Tableau. think the most successful as well off", but h High etiquette savs that ladies who are ! as the lea-- t troublesome is to like lard and have reached 25 have their give the still single and sulphur, well mixed together, and Turncards', but previous to this indepen-den- t Thoao WiBhing First-OlQBThis will keep them ctl own tree- - a gur.d coat. ritten on the outs slate their names are and di.es not luvc to be repeated but ence Although Should call on D. 8. CAUPKNTER at bis Livery, calling cards of their mother. a ye.ir. At any rale, do tomethng for Sale and Feed Stable. Uvery run In connecIs well known in the best society tion with tha Wratherlird Home your trec imuiedihtfly, if yon wish to ssve this rule V. N.VAIlVKSVKtt,Ky. is remrkable fact thst or.r for Indiit Hustonviiie, then?. 1 bird- - in blue vidual cirds are Ht The effect of a duchirge in bonkrupley December. is absolutely to utitiKUi'h tho debt and ! to be Rice pist-- j is not merely to br the remedy for its recovthe ob ery, and hence the mere Jcknowledgement eJ in cases where it is deired tl'tt Sale and Training no Livery, Food, Stablo. of a debt nfitr a discharge in biokruptcy eci pasted on or t.Zft'Ser shall under" It is prepaml therefrom, however clear, dintinct and un Chung In color or hading Turnouts Purniahod ! by mixlDg rice fliur and water, which FirBt-Clna- s ambiguous it may be iu its terms, is not -- Icwly to a boiling sufficient to rrstore the debt so that suit mixture is then heated G. 31. GifKSS, I'wV. llmtonwlle, Ky. 1 consistency is 30 tuny be m ui.tidi.ed i hereon. Eo held in point until the required possesses gieit adhesive power. It tliectxc ol BjIio.i vh King, decided by thHuretne Court of Pennsylvania on tho With tho exception of Gen. Harrison, lGth ult , and reported in the Albiny Ivjo who wss In tbe office only a month, all our ' A. heiw pounding on the (loir above Journal. Prisider ts have had blue eyss. MoKINKKV. KY. to inquire of the caused yoanK Mr Calcf Justice Green of Washington bIkjts Hotel and do all In Arnica Salte Bucklen's latniiropri-torofth- e girl oe whom ho wns calling:: in Ms lsst chire to the g:and jury, ray power to mako It The best Salvo In the world for Cuts, Druliei, folk? lac'cini; down carpe "Are your ueczn inn iriiuniL' irEtiiuuuy iu mu ;uuu gores, Ulcors, Salt Rbeuw, Kover Sores, Tetter, STRICTLY FIEST-CLASthiseveninz?' effect of woman serving on juries: "Twelve Charped Hands, Chilblains, Corni, and all Skin putpay reOi, do," she replied; "it's only pip terms of court, ladies and gentlemen, I have Eruptions and jiltlvely eurw Plies, or nosatUfae-I" I ting oo Ijm heaviest hoot, and which women have srvod n quired. I liguirsnteedto give perfest per tiox. Commercial Men will Find it by Far now held, in vXm !d. Prl 2 ent ..rm ...niuir." interrupted thw youth, grand and petty jurors, and it i? certain y the Best Hotel in McKinney. r . i out of the dsor like a cirrus o (rl libvnnrl illjnntp tll.lt tin ntlii'r lu'U'n ai, he dtihed Prloos to Suit tho Times. . Vny Remarkable Discovery. hentM ro salutiry for restraint of crime have clown through a hoop Mlllng, of Mnneliistcr. Midi I01-Mrs. It. S.. TONES, l'vo'i-t" . Z 1....... I,l.l !n (I, (a Taprilnri. ,. r wjltei. "My wlftf liaj been aluost h?lples fcr flvo many -- uutrr. nava s.ammeriui. as Hut she could not turn over In years, so got rid of in a Wh.it lit on nlcntv overvwhere throuch. lied alone.helpless two botllei of I'.Iectrlc Bitfound, may sometimes be She uod writes to ! now able .lmpla way. A correspondent myself of out the wheat raising countries that the ters and Is so much Improved that ha Uwill do all cured farmers who produce that cereal almost ex- to do her own wort." Electric Dlttets theBwtonlWnscnpf: "I for them Hundreds ol Ustlmonl-al- s habit of stammering by never clusively are hard pressed for money. The that Is claimed great curstlve powers. Only nfty Tho Popular, Short and Quick Lino attest their the lungs recent advance was too umall to afford allowTng myself to speak nIeM cents a bottle at Tato A fanny. careful them any material relief, and they find A lltt e fully inflated. An Editor's Tribute. practice a habit and tbemeelvcu Bhoit of money to pay old tbe (InTberon P. Keator, editor or the Fort ayae debts or to buy new auppliia of goods. unless much excited. now I never stammer diana) Gaxtte, writes: "For the past five years Chicago Times. Discovery, for have always used Dr. King's Kew Island dug a coughs of the most severe character, as well as lor A hotel keeper on Staten Shakcspsaro killed cf all his -Address a .or -. r- -ithowofa milder type. It never Oils to effect hole beside a large nowiaer attempting to get ou of characters with cold steel. A dczen died, peody curs. My irlends to whom I have Hav-lo- g of burying it. In it speak of It In the same high terms. have tumbled in upon the from old vge, seven were beheaded, five U e hole th. bowlder been cured by It of every cough that I him to died from poison, two of suffocation, two consider II the only reliable Onlface and cru.hed by snake bites, one bad for Ave years,! Call at 3eath. He waap6bably the firatpen.cn by strangling, three and sure cure for Coujbi, Colds, etc." - Keuiuclty. grave, boned him-m- from a fall, one is drowned and one is TateArenny'sDriif store and get a Free Tilal IIuBtonvillc, Who ever slag hi. own thumped to death with a sand bg Large sl 11. Bottls. erected Ml own grwwtone. r funny-lookin- Still Mad Abivt It Texas is the last State to send in her elec tion figure?, and she comen brazenly to the front with a plurality for Cleveland over Blaine of 131 305 and and a democratic majority of 123,021 over all. We bsgio to think that Mr.Wcbiter ww right when he warned the country against the annexation of Tex-a- s. and Phil Sheridan was right when he said that "if he owned hell and Texan" he would live in the former ail rui jut tie Globe Dsmocra'. latter. lhl the G A wife mn Iim oonkiderb!e spe In htm "22"' cccuov To beain President Cleveland' hiitory. there are 22 letter in his name. He wss born on the 22d day of the month, is the 22d President of the United States, executed a man on the 221 of the month, and 's there are just 22 letters in Rev Mr. He will celebrated alliteration. also dedicate the Wishingtoa monument on the 22d of February. Canvas bags, it is said, ctn be made aa impervious to moisture ai leather by steeping it in a decoction of one pound of osk bark with fourteen pounds of boiling water, this quantity being snfficient for S yards of stuff The cloth from which the bags are made his to soak twenty four hours, when it is taken out, pined through running water, and hung up to dry. Bur-chard- Stock HARPER'S PERIODICALS, of Jewelry, Artists' Materials, fancy anu nam aianonery. Musical Instruments, Confectioneries and everything in the lliriri Lower tlian Ilarir't Vouu IVopI .. .... . ,. I Invite You to Call anil Kxauituu lliciu. rriccn PEACOCK. lUrivr'i Iranllln SUi!rlJUrirT, n O. F. cTcr. (vj uttlIl i I'o-U- je LineofXmasTrix, IIr' llir liilo..., Wekl Irwl., I'KU YKWt . ., .11 . CO . ., 4 CO Matt and Ctoida. tu.MiUf, ... , In the ..., I (0 jrar ...iooo UnlUI u ((, J. Hustonville, Ky. , M. COOK I When Motliucl. lflr.l. Il will U that tbe iiiWirltMr wlthn to bitlo with lb rur-rentiMbrr hmil-aunm- l Th Volusitt of Harp-- I li i Mi(ii.df, In tlolb MdIIdc will Mg by mill nn recHpt r M w ThToluHiiarthr nuMlri lr Junr nuJ Htfnt Ufa iach liromlKt ui urlfrill iw, .ti Itb U Ilttral ami CUmiUM .xlft'l to ISMlra .lurr fittU lhrvir.f Motley l'l-- f tnl I'.i.Jii,,,j ibuukl In, rfou tuh. It mi,, ' JUo.loe. AlphiUtl. il. Ads. n.r V.i'uuim I to .. . Ii.c'uilt' (Ha). 1, ir lu. .nib, tl lNMi8iCf witlt-M- Ne w.pjir it Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and a Full Supply of Fancy Groceries, Candies, Nuts, &c. AdlrrM lliriMrMuri1rt llri,.r ,.lirriu.mnt Itrutbais IIAKI'KU lliU A e t vt e..pr Ilk H , New Yo HARPER'S Hrii i WEEKLY, Wlib a ILLUSTIMTJED. Weekly hai now for twenty lyuewp.rlo Amerla. ... 'llltenrrand .rilitlc uwurrr.. It li ahla . "" " iwnnnn unequaiKd -. j aannnlo. roriUnt ar-- 1Z" '. r" """i. liiuiirawu ! i.. ....u.? "h,rf'',."f"'fnevlolh VrtanlOrHou'h lu. Muriu i.tp.HUnnot New earn, entrrt.ln n .hort i top onn'X,' hT Ulf ilorlss. mcllr llluitriled. snj " u"10"11" '"lei ' Give Him a Christ mass Call ar. Journal, entlrelrrree Horn ol.JrellonaUa Krlbe to Harper a Weekly. nac. sis-ter- ." coou., Hustonviiie. MONEY 11 HARPER'S PERIODICALS, rxia. llitiyti." Weekly Harper's Majiilne Harper Livery Stable B 401-3- 0an bo Made WOitl.D. Ihexreatlarm I any au or wouun, girl nr loy who will Harper's Vounif People 2 00 Harper's Krankllnequsre Llbrsry one year, iwouniLeri) ,n rm ... I'oitae Ire to all lalwcrlben in the I'nlled Htslrior Caoala sUitir M.M M ...m.........m, ,1100 - 400 . 4 00 and Luiua newpi-- e hr HtiUcri'ier, il, lor aulmrllwts. II. eve-- r ,couilrt In all For IM Al'uU paid laj PAQU ! VI OHOIl. Plch ti!i will at laid fir OmUcribm, i, lir U utctlleis, lumlrrorJantiarTofMchsiar. d, Tlw volume, of the Weekly begin with the firat mentioned It will h Iu subtcrlliers, 12; lor 5 laivery Stable y ri town a:id tillage AKenta wanted in l uii'l iiiiiiti-- coplea freo fur t nil THE WOitl.D li th luuntr Iiu.o:allc Kewa-tj- f. f tk I'nlon. V.reTf Deiitoerat should rwd Si; Mtnday, ft SO; It. Dally. $t", teiul-Weekl- tbe with the Dumber next ,..11'.9. 'V ,', Auul Volumes r Harper's W eekly, In om rlotli blndlnj, will bs srot Ur mall, inttax ild. urliy exprrM free ol expend wl.hei to ci'niiit.c altrr the reeeliit of order. (pr.ivlJe.ltheirrU-Utdiciioteceei- nndsrtol thst When no ttDi-- I. Weekly.il rer )c-jr- . u. -- T73RL3T IT- - d. y We will eluh the Intkiior .torasal. Hh tho Wrekly World one year for 12 73 with the tJeuil-WockWorld, t. so, and with the Uil y Wnrld r..r7. V I'. WALTON, Stanford. Ky. ielptofll eatb Hcwlttan n thojld leiuaJK by ro.loffiraMoner ey tlrdrr or Drall, to urol I ehane nf Ion. Newspapers are not to copy this adreitlteirent without the expn-i- order ol Hainer A llroihen AdJresi HAitl'CIt A Hltorill.IW, New York. a l SI Per ei fur J7 r roluuie Cloth ea.ii t r each oliimc, lultahln bind-ln,- r, lltlHMit by mill p itjmM on fr 1831 Till: 'ri.TIV.lTOIt ANU TUB 1IKSTOKTHK 1885 ! Veranda Hotel. COUNTRY GENTLEMAN AdicinrrriTRAiiivrsisEcrsiiis The Country dentlHtuan I. the leading lournal AlilurikJU Alfrlriilllir.i In unw.iii.r a,.,l ........ i jra1 lontunts, In eHei.t and ability of rorrMinn. iriicr, iu iuaiuy hi fkiim rami aiyla or publlcn-(IoIt ociuples the first rank It la believed to have no superior In either of tho three chlefdlrls-Ion- s of OI n, Tei-ritor- y, rarm lvoimnul I'mrcuNrs, JlortUnltuvrCiit - I'liilr-diouiti,- ,. n, ,) , !'. ' I TOHIC FACTS RECARDIHO St. Louis Air Lino S?. Hortsr'a Iroa TcnU It will pnrlfy and enrich Uio BLOOD, rcmlato Die LIVltRam! KIDNEYS, nmT KKHTOiiL-rilHEAJ.TJI andVIOOKof YOUTIII Itiiill thoso derailments 0r rural Inlerfsl, such as tlio l'nultry Ynl, fnlomoloiy. , dreeii Hon nmiit drapery. Veter-- i Ipjry'lenllea, Krm UueMlntiinnd Answers, rin-s'.d- o Heading, Douiestlo Uonomy, and a sunima- ij u. iu iicwsui inn weea. us iuaricct lloporta are unusually complete, and much attention li paid totbeproipcrtso! tho crops, as throwlnn lUht upon one ofthe most Important or all II7im to lay ami ll'An fj to II, U , erally llluttraloJ, and Is intended to aupoly, n a continually Increasing degree, and In the liest sense or tho terra, a .ip stnrhwhile It InrluIiH IrMr.tr atut Mtalrulnu; )t,. nues-tlo- . WEST! For Tiokete'Full Faitioulars .- two-third- s reeow-mend- Will R. Williams dlsua'tis rcUlrlns;cerlli2'Ji'lrlelcn 1JIP. Kpeclailr l)yirpi.m.Vuiitol A iielite. Inclines-lioIts mo Is markM l.u 1v of b.rtiiKlli. villi liniHC'llJlL' mill womltriul results. Itoiies. Itu luuiclu and nerves reiillraltinew furfc. ulliis I'ower. tlio lulnd and auppllt'S Irom all complaints a Mm peciillartollielracx will rlml III DR. MAUTKaTS 1TIOM TONIO n mro unU spveily euro. It stives a elenr and hraltliy complcxloii. Tho atronrcst tratlmouy to the vuluo of 1)11. Hahtku's luo.v Tonio Is that franuenlatteuiiits Unpopular alcoiiiittrfiltliiBl.air only udilud toUcslro lieallli Ityortheorlxliul. Ifyou earnestly the Ohioinal AhD Uisr do not esporlmunl-K- vt lUiterMed Oo.V Hu lJiU lo., lor our "DnlLAM SOOK." VoUof straw nod unfj laljrmstlon.Jre. On. Hartcr'o tnoti Tonio 13 ron Sals by AU tt.. l"ir?0 AU1C9 suffc-rlli- Although Country Gentleman has been creat-I- y eul.irrf.il by lucreislun It .lie from 10 lo 20 panes weekly, tho term, continue as heretofore, when paid a rlctly In advance: One year, i.W; tour copies, 110, and nn a. il'ilonal copy for tho year free Iu the sender or club: ten coplea, i0, andan nddtllonal copy for tho year rre to the sender of the club. 18S3, payloa Iu ad. vancenow, will receive th3 paper weekly, front wlthoTt'c.w reml,Un"' l JMUU" l' LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, '" IjVTHKII TVCiCmt SKclmen copies froe. Address .O o.V, I'uhll.h.rs wi npiriTS'Na DvfriJ Cvrpr'rrCt. Albaq,N.Y