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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885010201 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 1885 $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. mm VOLUME 111 8RUDDER DROWN'3 "BLE33INV 1 SSr titefio 1885. plum-puddinte unfiml NEW SERIES-NUMBER XII. arte! STANEORD, KY., FKIDAY, JANUARY 2, DANGERS OF THE DEEP. 405 Publlthea Tiiearfaw Friday' I9.00 XJBIt A.1VNUM Waaa paid strictly In advsncs. If we birs to watt any ttmt, 83.00 will I chsrxad. A PERILOUS TRIP FROM RICHMOND TO BALTIMORE DURING THE WAR. Crossing; Ilia l'oton.ao Dead-T-In- e Job Bluart anl the Federal Cmralrjr A Daili of Adventure, Danger auil ltniuance. Itlchmond a gentleman who told moot a (Mrs, E. 31. Med bee In Philadelphia Ttmss.) In August, lSt3, I chanced to meet in bail niBtlo n cross tho Hum to Baltimore. My husband bad some money there which wo neodod very much. It was a temptation not to bo rviUted. My huland was in tho Confodtrate army and my two children were nt school in South Carolina, so there was nono to raise objection and tny own Inclinationi to urge roe j peodlly decided tho question. I secured front tbo gentleman hU route in minute detail At llanorer Junction I bad to much trouble to get conveyance to Dowllng dreen that I was at the point of going back:, when I mw a carriage drive up to tho jiolnt wboro I was waiting. A few questions and answor put mo In possession of tho fact that Dr. I) , who lived near Howling Green, waa expected on tbe train anl this waa hU rarriage seat to moot him. When bo arrived I tent for him and bogged permission to go with bini. Ho politely con sentod. After a night f rest and comfort Howling tbe good doctor carried me orer Omen, got mo a carriage and I departed with his blessing. The thoughtful kindness had supplied mo with an of Mr. B ample lunch basket well stors! with dellca-cl3 c-- trip tj et and subntantials. The next point, Port Itoytl, on tbe Rappahannock, wa reached in perfect comfort and safety. I met at tho betl there four ladles returning to lUchmond rum Haiti, mora Tho first thing to do wa to find a boatman willing to row me orer thi river, which wtu Iwtli diflVult and hazardous, owing to tho fact that Federal gunboats were almost constantly pacing and wore liable to come around a band at any tima. I waa about concluding a Urata with a party wha a regiment of V ' l cnvislr dashed Into the town aud at u.i.uly ovury one disappeared atnong them my boatmen. For a while we kept rery itllL ' r uy curiosity overcoming caution 1 wjnt out to loo. at tho situation from our reranda. Tbe Federal bad takm pouuwdon of Oa emliwno) In front of tii and thus commanded the town. Upo On e lb full view, tboy werti making at homo after the atyle of cavalier under uch circusutancea, Tbo horses were turned out to grain. Officer and nvw lounged about unier tho trswa eating, drink, ing and a moklng. Boinetlnves a loud laugh or snatch of a song roachod our mm, show-inthe soldiers to be entirely at ease. At thla moment the sound of hone' hoof attracted my attention in another direction. Supposing the new comers to be more Federal, I was about turning to reenter the homo with a heavy heart when n glance at the rapidly npproaoliing part? gate my puls a bound and with a vbrlll of hopi and fear I recognized tho Confederate uniform. In another momout I saw that tho foremost cavalier waa an old f rl?od of ours. I did not go into the house then. An exclamation showed that the recognition wait mutual I knew that be waa aiember of Oon. J. K. II. Stuart's staff, although when I last mot him ho was a minister of the gospeL A few baaty wosds of greeting an4 explanation on both iMw wero exchanged, when Oen. Stunrt riding up, tho colonel, my friend. Introduce I me. Ho remarked at the same time that I wished to crox tho llnoi, but was afraid to attempt It on account of thaw troope, pointing, a ha said It, over his shoulder at thu FederaU. Oon. Stuart laughed as ho said: "Madam, you nood have no fears. They are bagged. We bavosur-nwnde- d them." liaising my oro to the hill opposite I saw tt confirmation of hU wonU Tho transfer of arnu and munitions of war was actunlly taking place at tho moment. I was not Ion 5 In crosdng tho river, an I before many hours had paMod I roached Dr. Htewart's bouio. It was quite dark, although wo had driven rapidly. The doctor mot mo at the door with a hearty welcome. He tent for Mr. Stewart and both cheerfully promlod all tho assistance iu thoir iowur. At the supper table I mot Miss Btewort, n prepousorislng young lady, very liandaoui) and dashing. Mr.i. Stewart unlocko I a cabinet, and taking therefrom a pUtol ban lod it to her daughter nnd another alia placed in her own belt. Sbo said to mo: ''XowMri. M- -, my daughter and myself nro ready to go with you. The doctor u not ablo to go out alter night. We will do our best to defend nnd protect you." There was a dash of adventure and dauger and of romanco that quite thrilled me at this point Wo bal all talked at Hlchtnond and elsowhere about our patrotism nnd all tho rest, but I had never before boon brought Into direct contact with anything Uko this. It was necessary to mako tho crossing at night. Tho carriage, drlvon by a faithful old servant of Mrs. Stewart, proceedol slowly through the woods. We wore mostly silent or spoke iu a low tone. My own reflections were full of anxiety and, perhaps, fear, as we went on and on through tho dark t, damp with dews nnd weird and solemn enough for a funeral pall for all tbo dead slain iu the war. It was after .midnight when wo stopped. A signal was g'tvon and almobt Immediately a voice said: "All right, Mra Stewart." Wo wnltod iwrhajM ton mb utc when wo wero jolnod by a gentleman to '4hom Mm. Btowart explainod our wlshat. 7omy regret ho Raid it wag too Into to ii nko tho attempt that night But ho would l glad to have mo remain at his house until tho next night, when ho said ho would put me across himself. Tbo next night I crossed safely ti tho northern shoro of tho Wo rowed into ono of many Potomac. crooks to tho house of a southern gentleman, through whoso kludneti I was enabled to roach Port Tobacco, ten tnlloi dutaut, tha next uoy. There I took tbo stago for Washington City. Tbo only pausonger besides mycelt wuh n gontloman from tbe south, also running tbo blockade, from whom I received wmo valuable suggestion-- . Hanging on now .( readied my friend In Daltlmoro next lurfnlagTJyPIlLSld wJluJtigu6j.andjx.clto- them-telveg for-M- a btautUully-ehade- d trraMr Coupons on the Holiday Bond. Olive Logan in Cincinnati Enquirer. From "Christinas Night at the Quarters" by Irwin llussell iu Bcribner'n Monthly, Jan. XEr t5. There is a novol system of trading among ino siinplo raco is, the poorer classes of London which lasts tho MEANS TAKEN BY THE LIQHT-H0U3- B "works tho craps," on cotton places That whole year round, which has a special refer-enc- o Original in act atut thought, BOARD TO WARN MARINERS. to Christmas goose or turkoy, or tho Docauso unlearned and untaught, candid ingredients necessary for Christmas Oljsorvo them at their Christmas party. How unrestrained thoir mirth bow boartyl Some Interesting Facta Concerning Dan A purchaser of tho necosaaries of lifo com-miHow many things they say and do, ger Signals Used at Sea Gongs. Hells, his or her trade to such and such a merThat nover would occur to youl PHARMACEUTISTS Whistles, Trumpets, Guns, Soo I) rudder Drown whoso wiving graco chant and with Uw purchaso of evory week Would sanctify a quarter rnco and Kockets. tho whole year through, it if reach a cerOut on the crowded floor advance, tain figure, receives sort of coupon, due on To "bog a blesiin on dls dance." tho bond of the Christmas luxuries just ment New Orleans tioned. O Mnhirl let dls gath'riu' fin' a blesiin' in yo' xJSA.ij-E:nTho government fiat its different stations Sod demos tic stories aro told of loving slgbtl Jedgo us hard for what we dooj you uses various descriptions of sound signals for mothers secreting tbo tickets with & view to DrnKS, Don't Wluex, the guidance of mariners during fogs, storms giving a luscious Christmas dinner to hun(cnowi It's Cl isymut Night; Baekft, An' all do balunco ou do yeah, wo does as nnd heavy weather. There is a treacherous gry ofTspriug, and then of drinkings fathers . iKars, intelligence arrogated by tho sea that reright's o kit. coming In by stealth, purloining the precious Oils, Neapa, Tobaccos, sUntlerj. Kf dancin's wnng-o- h, Mnhirl let do time quires all tho Ingenuity and ability of nun bits of and pledging them at the pa, excuse do sill to guard and fight against Thoro Is novor a inevitable public house to be found on tha venwel that sails from a harbor or a steamer comer of every other street In London. Ah, Wo labors in do vboya'd workin' hard, an' Our Jewelrr, SIlTerwaro and Optical ooda Department Is la Charge eTCtf. that goes nut of a pDrt, laden with freight those fatal "pubsl" Whatever may bo tho workln' truj- Thos. Dlchards, wlio will Repair Watches and Clocks prompt! and In the wjmo Now, thoivly you won't not us, cf wo eats a and lifo, but is liable to tncounter state of trade elsowherot whether tho season BIJIC. tremendous galo or meet with mishap as be Christmas or May Day, January or graw or two, An' takes a leotlo holidaya ketle rest in' about entering hor designated haven of roit Juno, it Is always tho public hoinoi which spell To obviate tbo mysterious disappearances Uekase, nex' week, we'll start In fresh, an' and the frightful calamities incident to the driving the fastest, most roaring trade. Tbe swinging doors are forever on tho swing, the labor twlcotas well tea, sclentlllo men havj bent their energies boor pumps and gin and whisky bottles - and their knowledge gathered from all tho Ilomomber, Mahsr in In' dls, now do sinfulIn, at Ion. KourcM of observation and personal nes ou sin They havo drawn upon the informa'pendln' 'imi do sjwrrlt what we goes an' Is They were A LrssoN in Akthohomy tion of the world's explorers, have collated uxt it in: An' Jn a rlghcli's fr.imo ob niln' we'll gwino facts, gleu birth to theories, improved vouog and romantic, and altogether the uxiano sui'siiig; method, iuvented instruments end Juformed minute hsnd waa pointing to 12 o'clock Uko King David, sv hen he cut do the public and'm(Uoiui! govornmenU of their they stood upon the potch gozlng at the pigeon-wing- . discoveries. Every practical invention aud It seems to me Indeed it do I mebbe mout skill of meclMintcs ha--s been exrierlmentod stars. I ?'' she mur "Thai' Jupiter, dear, bo n rune with, tried, adopted, and put into use for the That pooido raly ought to dance, when benefit of tho maritime world. mured. ChrNmu como along; Ttiu reporter called the "Ye, pet, aoti that is Sirlu," he reDos dance bokaso doy's happy Ilka do birds other day at tho office of Commissioner Day, plied, pointing to another star. trees : bopj hide Do pine-tollddlo soundln' to de bowin' ob do United State i navy, in charge of this light"Are you Biriu-T- ' she cooed. house district, and loarnod some interesting breeze. facts connected with ths means and mles of He kiwed her several tlmta. Then be We has no ark to dance aforu, like Isrul'a warning mariners of Impending dangers. pointed upward and said king; prophet Sound signals by means of gongs are someWo has in harp to soun' do chorda, to holp what used on lightships, especially in British That' Man, dorey." us out to sing; water, but are intendod for use in close "And that's paV," he whispered, a a Presents lor your Mother-ilaw at Bourne's. But 'cordln' to do glfs wo has wo doos do quarters, narrow harbors, and short chan- footstep sounded inside, and if the young bea' wo knows Presents for jour Granmammy at Bourne's. nels. Their effective range i barely 3.50 vl'ltt-uow'- r bokase It An' folks don't 'spbe de he would have seen yards. The uso of guns la going out of date, man hadn't scooted ain't de rose. Present for yonr Gal at Bourne's. i though there aro instances on than he ever dreamed of. Her record where more stars You bless tii, please sah, ebon if wo'a dolu they havo been serviceable. They havo been Presents for your Fellow at Bourne's. pa wears a 12J with a brass toe. IThe wrong abandocM on account of the length of Inter- Hatchet. Presents for your Friend at Bourne's. Kaae den we'll need de blcssln' more'n if we's vals . between auccesdve explosions, tho brief doin' right: Presents for your Sister, Father, Mother Everybody, at Bouraoe. The Washington Monument wilt not An' let de blwsln' stay wlJ us, untell wo duration of tbe sound, its liability to be quenched by local sounds, its easy oblitera- long enjoy its preeminenci ai the highest comMtodle, An' goes to keep our Chrismus wid dem tion by a sudden puff of wind, and other Toilet Sets at Bourne's. structure in tne world. An iron tower of Toilet Cases at Bourne's. ihoiUU in do sky) reasons. astonishing height of 1,000 feet is to be Nail Sets at Bourne's. n Babj Sets at Bourne's. Tbe rocket lias been found quite the to Yes tell dem preshls anjuli we's e servlceaMe iu suck A. charge erected in the grounds of tha French Ethi-bltio- n Odor Cases at Bourne's. Christmas Cards at BourWs. jlne'emsoon: n S liielowd in tbe .bead of a Our voices wo'a a trainin' for to sing de glory of in 1839. An elevator, the ssfety of Writing Desks at Bourne's. Dolls at Bourne's. rocket which U projectel to the .height of tune; We's ready when you wants us, an' it nlnt no l,OX stat tbo cotton is exploded and which is gtnrsnteeJ, will communicate Fine Books at Bourne's. 65" Any thing you want at Boursaa. matter when tbe sound shed In all directions. Somo of with the summit, aad visitor to the exhiO Mahsr! call yo' chlllen won, an' taka 'em these rockets havo Gilt-Makheard at a distance bition will ba tikssa to the top for a small Bourne is the Friend of the in fact home! Anun. milei. of twenty-Qvfee. Those who hare the courage to make Every United Status light station has in " Houroe Is a nice STixnan of Ilnilness. little maa, uso a bell tigual. Many of theco signals are the ascent will enjoy an almost uninter' Cftlogo Hun.J Pourno Is a dandy; clock-wormachinery. The Leila rupted vie for nearly a hundred miles run by Bourne soils the nicest cool. Tboro Is a live bu&lnesi woman in And feeds the girls on csoiy. dhskipears. who Is said to havo made "plent-o- f weigh all the way from 'MO to 3,000 pounds. all round. The tower will alas be utilized money" the past year by plying her voca- They are in use all along tbe coast of the for astronomical and meteorological obser United States. The distances at which the Thtn go immediately and see BOURNE at the New Drug Store, next door She is accustion as a street contractortm. in optic signalling tomed t3 buy material in largo quantities tolling of tho bell can bo beard vary accord- vation', for experiments tO HlggU18, OTANrORD, Ky. never falling to meet hor obligations ing to circumstances and atmospheric condi- for the investigation of certain problems in anl, as they fall due, sbo has su.'coodod tions, are uncertain, and, like ths gong, are experimental physics, and for various eth promptly In wtablishlng a credit In businoM circlej reliable only at short distance. Tbe whistling buoys, consisting of au iron er scientific pirrKMts. She buys lumber that is really bulb, twelve feet across at it In Chicago by the carload; sewer plpo at lar-bape- l An icetnin and a milkmsn drove up to Anna, this state; whllo stone is brought di- widest part and floating twelve feel out of water, an eiultlng a mourn- the door at the sitae time. "How many rect from the quarriM at Alton and other places; the balance of the raw materials ful round that (an bo heard for fif- pounds of ice do jou Ieve heie every teen mllft(!js cow coming into extend vc d such as competition, lime, etc., aro mjrn'nt?'akel the m'lkmsn "My con-t- r in St IKils, where sho also gets hor uso in American, French, German f nd Engc'. calls for ten pounds, but I leave twenasphalt at a handsome percentage off from lish waters. It is the invention of J. M. Courtenay, of New York. Tbe machjnory ty for good measure. How many quarts price-lithe St Louis In tho bulb is so arranged that tbo motion of I don't leave any. of milk do you leav? ' the buoy rising and falling with tho waves The Simplicity of KnterUmlug. getting two quarU of produces a sound that pierces tbo heaviest They think they are (Kansas City Journal. but it's all pure cream." not only takoi tho punu of tho woaltby atmesphore, ponetratoi the thickoit fog, milk every day, It traveling mllo upon mile, continuous, dis- Just then a Urge truck came bawling down boyond paUoncv, but involve tho household In such a whirlwind of labor that everyone tinct, warning shipmasters of their proxim- the street. It ran over and Instantly killed dreads a lunch iarty What uo nood Is ity to land and dangerous coast i. Their last Tho bell boat, a clumsy' contrivance, hua both iceman and tbe milkman. some one brave enough to pioneer. A series lcn suivrsoded by the bell buoys. Tbo bell wor Is ssere: "We'll see esch other in haT-en- ." of evening!, calling together only thaw who Is mounted on tbo bottom section of on iron will mako a harmonious company, are beTrailers' Msgazine. buoy, which is decked ovor and fitted with a yond value, as mediums of real pleasure. U rig-a boll There is a woo i palp factory at Angus Why do wits or men aud women of letters framowork to winch course after courso of extravagant idly attached. A radial grooved iron plate ta. O i , at which the expedition with which rare for u made fast preparation! Homo of tho ml letter days close to It, onto tbe frame under the bell and paper could be manufactured was recently! which that como vividly to us we thoo where the ball The restlessness isof laid a free cannon demonstrated. A tree was cut In the foreaUbloJ ware so slmplo that now they aro buoy, tho boil rolls on tho sea sways tii? the plate, striking est at 6 o'clock in the morning, wss made merely a vory delicate ami subjective porsido of tion of a ploojant time. We should make Mmo forco as to tbe boll at each motion with into pulp and thee into paper at G o'clock cause it to tolL This contl e what vre sat a raoit Insignificant part of our such trivance is best adapted to shoal water, in the evening, ind distributed among entertaining. short-rang- e by C o'clock the sound people as a newsptper harbors and rivers, wbore U needed and smoother water obtained. Grandmother's Cctmetlc next morning. From a tree in the forest The Argonaut ) Locomotive ""whistles sounded by air or newspaper, being read by The sharpness oi to a printed "7 ha only cosmetic I havo uvd,'' said an steam are alio in use. old lady tho other day, "is a flannel wash ihrillnesi of tho whistle as used constitute thousand, in the brief round of twentyFor forty years 1 havo bathod my tho chief vnluo, but it has been found to ex four hour! clith. ftco every night nnd morninj with clear pend Its forco in tho immodiato vicinity Tbe prcBts to Moody and Sankey on tho rater as hat ns I can bear it, using its source, which Is, therefore, regarded r for tho purp" n mull square of Manuel re- wastiiL Tbo sound is also equally diffuse of sale their revival hymn books are said to on all sides, and this Is considered as pit newed as often as it grows thick and half a million dollars. No My mother taught mo to do this, as venting it from enetrating to great dis- havereicbed other publications in that field have sp her mother hail dono before her. No soap tances. Tho trumpet consUts of a huge trump nor powder, nor glycerine oven, has touched proschel thew in popularity. The promy face, and this U what my skin is at 00," with a large threat and a flaring mouth In ceeds are divided equally between the sho finished, touching with pardonable prldu hide there are a resounding cavity and a Me rchool a cheek whoa) jwachy bloom and flno soft tongue. Air is condensed in a reservoir, nu evangelist?. Moody has endowed a to hor recipe. through tho trumpet by hot nlr oi with a put of h share, and it i now redriven toxturb gnvo clfcctlvo emphiuls stenm machinery, end is capable cf maklni ported that Sankey is about to do someMr. HryHiit's Diary. ntdiriok thatcau lo heard at grenj di handsomely philanthropic. Atlanta Constitution. tanccs, extending over tho water as fur at thing A leaf from tho diary of the raothor of ten nfllos. Positive Cure for Piles. Tho trumpet however, Is subject to freWilliam Cullen Bryant reads ns follows: To the people oi this county ws would ssr thit "Made Austin a coat," "Spuu four skeins of quent stoppages during foggy weather, an 1 glren the agency oi Dr. Marchlil's linon," requires many repairs, which render it un- we have been tow," "Spun thirty knots of guaranteed ally hU letters," "Made a pair of certain and of more danger than aid to nav- Itallaa Pile "Taught Cullen to cure or miisy refunded Internal, Extercal, breochos," "Vovo four yards and went igation. or Itching Piles. Price 80 cants "Mado a dress for tbo boy," The siron consists of a hugo trumpst with Blind, Bleedlnj No cure, no pay. Penny A McAlister, "Sowod on a shirt," "Wove four yards, and a wide mouth aud narrow throat, and l abox. . sounded by driving compressed air or steam Druggists. ," "Washed and ironed." visited Mrs. throuih a disk placed in the throat Iu tho Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Fans of Illrds l'luinage. disk aro twelvo radial silts; back of the We emphstlcslly guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's Chicago Herald. disk is a revolving plate containing as many a female remedy, to cure Femsle Disca;-e- s, U rotated 3, 100 Tub plate Deautifut fans nro mado entirely of tbo similar oponlngs such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and plumage of tropical birds in thoir natural times n minute, and each revolution causes Ulceration, Falling and dlspliceaisnt or bearing colors. A web of feather cloth is formed by the oscapo and interruption of twelvo jet of down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Changs gluing tho plumage, each tiny feather air or steam through the openings in tbo of Life, Leuconhcea, besides many weaknesses teparately, upon silk fabric. This gives the disk and rotating plate. Tho siren is oper-ate- d springing from the above, like Ueadache, Bloatpounds under a pressure of seventy-tw- o toxturo tho ptvclo nppoanmao of a living ing, Srlnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous delrd. The tops nro tlppoi with ostrich of steam and can bo heard as far as from bility, Palpitation of tha Uesrt, ac. For ssle by twenty to thirty milej. leathers, Prices II snd II 60 per bottle. Send The success of tho United States in sound druggists. to Dr. MarchUl, Utlcs, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Don't Allow It. tlgnals has been such that other countries IChicago Herald. For sals by Tenny 4 McAlistr, Druggists. havo sent commissions hero to study tho sysEnglish physician warua mother An tem in voguo. It Is the intention of the Two Dangerous Seasons against allowing bablos to suck thoir thumbs, Hghthouso dopartmont to make an oxtenslvo Spring td Fsll are times wben so uianr people becauso It results in a icculiar dofonnlty of exhibit at tbe World's exhlblton. get lick. TLe changes In ths weather sre lerera tho chott, a depression of tho thorax by on feeble persons, and oven those who are strong pressure from the arm of the Infant as it lies A Prospective Coup il'Ktat. are apt, as tbey say, "to be feeling miserable.'-The- n with tta tnutuD m its moutn. Chicago Tribune. they srsjust In condition u beslruckdown Zorllla says King Alfonso's illnau will, Notice to Smokera. with sows kind of lever. A bottleor two of Park without doubt, soon terminato fatally, and Invigorate the digestion, put tre Texas Slftings. then there will bo trouble in Spain, tor the er's Tcnle will The conductor of a Dallas street car was heiress t) tho throne will bo a child In ths llrer, kidneys and blood In perfect order and pre-- ii more tertous attacks. Why suffer and per- shocked at observing a passenger smoking a nursery, and the who by law so simple a medlclns will save jou? iilgnr. will be regent during the minority, Ls a hsps die wben "Look hero If you want tosmoko in this stranger, an Austrian, who has no place In Good for both sexes and all ages. :ar. you must got oH the rar." tho esteem and affection of tbo peoplo. Somo FltKd DISTRIBUTION. Tio man paid no attention whatever. Isawould thon wish to restore tho " What causes tb great rush at McTtoberts & "J say, you must throw away your cigar Jf bella, and others to bring about an "Infantine" Stags's Drag Store J" Tho free distribution of sample you uro going to sinoko in this oar," marriage between Alfonso's baby daughter Tho man. who was a reporter, put away and the young son of Don Carlos. Either of bottles of Dr. llosanko's Cough Snd Lung Syrup, tlie most porulsr remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption tho stump carefully iu his pocket, but tho then expedients nould moan a couo d'etat and Bronchitis, uovrja the majWt.5jitar sizeOO .wuductor.UUiiiday.catmot understand why. rrw fSMt t tst 4, a. Ltkla ccnUail.W,' i Tsy your subscrlp Hon UKo m avutU uua iliJi4WrfUW kugiwi. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Wall Paper, Musical Chemicals, Liquor InHlruemeBte, Stationery, Paints, Packet Lara Perfumery, Flro Arms, Machla Opera Uouse Block, in Stanford, Kjr., card-boar- d reell fct con-ttont- lv expe-r.eno- e. E3I.O. "CTFIjIErX". gun 'i Times-Democr- p still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter; comprising the best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley n I have received and t; gun-cotto- light-hous- gun-cotto- o bn er k gilt-odge- 1 OUR- st LADIES', MISSES' uSLIWX CHILDREN'S PINE KID AND GOAT felt-Uk- o. SHOES BE fijf Olntmeit-emphstic- CAN NOT EXCELED ! TRYPAIR STANFORD, KY. queen-mothe- I GE0.H.BRUCE&C0 " DAEK DAYS. 'J manajod nil right, sir," slid William, demand an explanation, but caution told mi that tho leu I said to liar ths bsttor. It was from this woman's knowledge of tho botwoon Phllippa and tho de.vl man that, when the secrot of tho night was inia uaro, mo grooves, uanger must arise, rola-tioiuh- Sirs. Wilson. CmiUnHn I O tine ol this road will J. n. riBH,tu-t-- .. rtctlva aptdal low rattt. Aftor walking a fow paces Mrs. Wilson .vt Set tbla Crttnpany for rates, routes And Master Commissioner Itockeattle Circuit Cour. turned and'eame back to me. '01vo mo an College. c..orwt of C.P.ATmORf,G.P.4t.A, MT VEUNUN, KY. CHAPTER VL address" ba said, "I may want t write tt (" wtmmf.Xrmm In Ik. DuV...iL V.11. fV...... tllll Loularllle, Kr. m THK SECRKT KKPT. imrin.i.. iu ma iwiMin VUHIIl! VVIIVC- HTANFORD. KY. you." Uons a specialty. Ofllce In IMj It is noodles!r to say that when I awoke the IhoslUtcd; then I told her that any let ncxtmoralng-hyflrit thought woj of Puit-Ip- tors sent to my bankers in London would iiEK r. norrMAN, With a Full Corps of GHESAPEAKEJINO OHIO OY. ; but my first action wn to go to my roach ma soonor or later.- - It waj too soon tc HTANFORD, JtY. window and look at tho skies. My heart excite suspicion by concealment of one'i ,u Fifteenth Bastion OOce Booth aide Main (Street, two doors abort Tk'' sanV nitbin me as I saw that tho snow had tnovemsnts. Monday In tXptembtr ntst. tkt Hrers H0UI1 falling, and tho wintry sua was shinpeasod Purs Nitrous Oxtdt Oaa alialntttertd when re- qatrad. ing. I throw up the sash; tho cold air cut tomb by tho roadside that my impatience t ALL TUB BRANCHES OT A a knlfo. I gathorod up a handful of remov Phllippa grew flsreer and fiercer. DB. W. B. PUNNY, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. snow from the windownsilL It crumbled in Moroover, Ihal at last made up my mind THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE DontUt. ?y. Angers like I gwwed at what to do with my precious charge. Ai 8TANF0BD, KENTUCKY. Its only lint running soon as she would bo well enough to boar t Ik 01100 mat a hard black frost had Are taught, u well u succoodod OflM AHP ltAtll. S. r.tt .tnr. ttflo. ttAHf tha snow, I ran down stairs nnd glanced at journey, 1 resolved to tale uer to London ...I' . . m. . luti I ivtf r. .. Anesthetics ad RUbIO. THE liANQUAOKS. DRAW-IN- PULLMAJT JTEW 8LSSPIV 0 0AS8 lluui o t. my thermometer outsido my sitting-rooand place her in the hands of one of th .) mtnltUred when seeeesarr. AND PAINTIKQ. window. It registered twelve degrees of truest, noblest, tenderest women In th frost. My spIriU row; I felt that Phllippa world my mother. She was in London, waiting for me to Joir. would be saved. Tha wind was das cast-s! -- rsoirlong as it stayed thara the frost would' her. I had written, telling her that the so.. W .IQ .L IHtaWllle,ClHClHHHtl HMd . 10 last, and that whits tomb on the roadside rioUS illnnsa of ft v.av.. nnavanlail mm. IIVIIl frlnml .a w . w. . fM ...V m . r aUliigU, v n Onaecottnt of my filling health, I offer for sal 19 IB aj...i.i. pil(NIn1inKM Lex hiJo tho socrot of tho droadful night. leaving my home for somj days. Now I 7 well known work Mules, 18 bands high, used regular DeparlaatoU. Itlmary, ttS; laUratdlale IbkIbb. Ky., to the cars, tounj. gaatlt and true pullers, and HO; Irparatojy, 10. and CollegUU, SM. J found, moreover, that Philippa'a condi"raped. to go to hor, and tell her all Philip, .. T mJtmm.m. I.. ... HT.. . ImmmmtmLtmt -- roMy mother heard me. Her swoet faci ECIfKIVB dUVRRAIt i HI. I P4ITI.W IU tion was all that could, under the circum-Stancxpa's sad talo all savo the one dark chapter grew a shade paler. liar lips quWereJ, am. bar nerer tailed to sell, anJ aoon at thai. For full particular, sa to Board, Ac, ad J rata be hoDed tar. Klnr. .. 1...1 -i. of which sho herself, I hoped, knew nothing. tho toars stood In her eyes. I knsw all that atanfcj-- J, IBS. fl. O. THtlKHKART. frltsclpaU, Connecting In fWMf enod from that long sloop into which the I would take her. to my mother. I would Ull fr. dtpot with bat trains for Ctaaford, Lincoln Co., Ky. was passing through her mind. I knew hov opiate had plunged her, there had been nc mr mnlliiT hntr I InviwS lior. nnl,l nnrc..i recurrence of the delusions; no symptoms to her love for me, and aik her to tnko my proud she was of me, and what gnat thlngr ! which gave mo any alarm. Bho was, of poor stricken girl to her heart, even as shi she had hoped I should do in tho world. Shi .. nuuian, an j, woman-like- , Had counted coiirso, weak in body, but quite quiet and WOllld taLft A (Imtfrhfir. nn.l T ffniftl f l.Mn ... , IQQ. A r h. ..u... The Direct fionte tolTaohkarr, Dan ..I A.W.I WIUV. U.I.. V. collected. Sbo spcOo but little, anJ the few that, if only for my sak, my prayer would upon her son's bettering himself by mar am prepared to W AA..ladles In LTVm. aerre the rlaje; but, in spite of all this, I knew I ww and other kladiof wwlngln the bet t stjltsndat , tille. Norfolk, words which she did apeak had no bearing bs granted. on forblddsn or disturbing subJacU Phllippa was now thoroughly convales- right in counting upon hor aid. Once again, reaaonablt ntesu Collcttlng a share of your patronaHbl Mh age, I am, retpectfutlr. All Virginia and Kortb Carolina Day after day went by, and still the brave cent. As I lay down my pen for a moment my sweet mother, I thank you. She rose. "Lot me eeo the woman yot si.(i4 rtn a for J, x.j E. H. BURNSIDE, black frost hold the world in its Iron grip and think of that tlm, with its fears nnd ztt-lJroiata, man i.rtr, For UcktU and lurthtr lofonnatloo ' troubles, it Is a marvel to mo that I could love. Where Is she! I will go to her." and Icont the secret nt tin. nii. xr to "She is here in this hous. Ah, mother, ticket oflew.or aJdrtaa aftor morning I woke to flad the wind still uavo dared to wait so If ng before removing Woll -- Known This Old I know you would do this for tin" blowing from tho oast, the skies clear and her from the neighborhood. I can only atAdrertUlogAgt. Tlektt and Ilaaa. 4gt-- rHotol Still Maintains ita She kissed my forehead. "Bring ber te showing every evidenco of a long spell of tribute my lingering to the sonso of fatality y LouUrllle, ky rar juugn Koputauon, hard weather. A presentiment that wo that all would go right, or to tho professional me," she said. m . tim a....... 11.1. fnltn w. uv.av .wiwmm. Im.l... MlU.iniVa tQd UV.t.1.! . I went out, and sent word to Phllippsr tha. r- -r AMD '"" Agt. should bo saved was now firmly established instinct which forbade me urging a patient K5r tramrenollo trmpaaaon our lands without par ifcniMi4. VlrainU .. .11 Itat.tA.A VJ VIKWUKU .Ala .-, in my mind. Thohaavens themselves sooma J mj uo anytnmg wmen mtgnt retard recovery, I wanted hsr. Sha aoon cams to me. Sb Minion -- - - llipll a.a alM IWW. IV Ik ..... Iti Proprietor it Detenalned that nau removou tbe stains of travel, and, al- to tbt full eatanlof the law to bo shielding us and working for us. but tho timo had at last come. it Shall be Second to no Country HUntoM, Ky I have not given U10 yoar in which the? 8ave for her quiet and subdued mannr, though pale, looked tho perfection of grace- D. McKlttrlck. March ITtSa. IMI. Signed. Otiaa W.M.McCarmack. note, in me state in nt rare, ful beauty. I led her to my mothor's room. II. T. Buth. KEHTUGKY CENTflJIL fi. II tny love was almost her old self again. Hei thinirs occurred: but nunr wlm .,, ........ a. W. Carpenur, AppointaaenU, er Attea Sho stopped shoit as she w it tenanted bj V. Reld, Bishop, C bor that mighty fall of snow, and tho time words and manner to me were tender, affec tiOH te Oemfert ef R- - Cobb, a lady. A quick blush crotied her chook. Ut HuhbU. which tho frost kept it on the earth, will be tionate and sisterly. I need hardly say that Ulgglns Kelly, K. D. Uholaa, MiIlue(i)rHM Hetiic." their OaMtt. "Phllippa. dearet," I said, "this is raj B. if. A J. F. Oorer. ablo to Ox the date. Hince that year ther during that time no word crossed my lipi W. C. McCormack, I havo told her all, aud she ii i. Ia.Cart(r It ft tail. which I would have recalled. Love, if not mother. has boon no weather liko it. Bafsisgt will he eoartred te sad fraai tha do Shorteit and Quickeit Eonte from Osd T. J. Hill. J. W. ,..(.. Dav by day Phllippa grew batter an 1 Ibe thought of it, I had laid aside until hap waiting to welcome you." f rat ef chargt. Rstelal seeamai4atlaa tredXentaeljto allIPointe Horth, VTm. Burton, & Vanoj, Still she atotvl mn(Iniila. 11..11...1.. I spare you, oa I promised to, all pier days dawuod; for- -I say it advisedly, stroiiKer. te Ceasmsrrlal Trsralars. Tkt Bar will J. A. Uarri. J. U. Mun.br. Eut, Wet and 8outhwost. sJwsrs sasitltd with tkt ektlcttt description which is not absolutely necessary and at risk of oeueurePhillppa was to m bent down and her form heaved. Mymotbet P. W. Carter, M. Hill. J. at Una Betweta kraatttr Lltatrt sad CItare. J. H. Mc A lister, of my treatment of my patient, and alj puro and innocent as ou the day when first carno to her side, nnd. placing herkind nrmi Ed. Carter. J. D. June, IiKXI2VGTO. A CINCINNATI. technical summary of the case; but before we mU If her hands were stained with tbi around her, wbisporud some words which 1 T. J. Foatr, ' T. M. White, Montgodttrr J.Q HUBKAT'N HPECiriL', many days had gono by I knew that, as I blood of Sir Mervyn Kerrand, she knew It neither hoard nor tried to hear. I'hilippa U.K. Marcum, la Kff- - Oct. 11. 1144. II. A. BrnaJltt. trrutiljil ..V. V. Z. Anion hoped, I had to deal with one of thoso rare not. Ifar vrrrmtrm. hi &V..aw lii IrV ....! broke into a storm i.f sobs, and for some M.T. Itutaell, - V..QV a i IIMM' sr-.- ri aSMic-A. D. HtwUnd, "t IU Darsl. instances in which tha balance of the mind :i ms, and bar madness was responsible for moments wept on my mothor's shoulder. aVaavSw I bo Great English Reraedf, A ? N.t.r.,l H.W. 4 i? ii restored by forced sloop, anJ tha cora-pbt- o 41. li, uutaue uersoii, vuo uorais4 tor """ my boart leap neauand looked at Jas. U.Olrrna. Prawltt VjTa'V Is a poaltlra cure for Weak Memo- .Irrt I at ths expression Tha man's name nerer cossed her lips. me, and restoration of health U but a matter iirrrvut jt, win w uiud mwir.Wtakneaa. TO 2?5-- r iS&?ioa tS.oS-HlAltH THI UTfl H.l tl. glT IK For all slie spoke of hin he might never have in ber toarful eyes. "Basil, my brother, of time and care. LxhausUoo, Bemlnal MS. co Impotency. and General Loai of As won as it becamo a certainty that a!) oxlsted, or, at the most, been but a part of e you are too good to me:" she ojaculated. i9rr ? wl Power ol the Otntrallrt Organs; My mo'her le.l hr tn ih.inr. 1.1 t Jangor to life or ramn was at an enl '. forgotten dream. As soon as she was well IS B f. O w ai ?? f" a ID4lumiiTMn .L.... iqiitfv u W9 mil a D..aa. T bonn to consider what course to tuXavi. enough to rlsa from hor bed, and I could for her arms still round hsr, sat down by hoi vfiviv i .LrM quenr oj jouiqiui irapruarac 01 t I ! "s iin mature. . i. , iuiu irM.iiarit, .. j Tho moment she was woll enough to hours onjoy her society, we talked of many side. I left them, knawing that my lovi id. vjicts Ol ai i. nirrnai utisiiuuv, i bid iu iu tho journey, cr even, if a thaw sot In, bofo-- c thinirs: but navar nt Mir Vorrvn VmrmnA had now the truest, noblest Iwart to so', M ""M-- " 111 OS -- f ....f ISIUU, ll.ui.' WK. WlUIUni Ul 11.1... against; the quickest, most sympathetic em . SSJ.--- V. Snouyu then, Phllippa must fly from the rcor j of and the immodiato past. I re Old Age, and nisnr otter O C to listen to the talo of bar wrongs; and tho tragody In which sha ha I plnyed so But, nevertheless, there wora tinsos when onsl"" wnwaiw Ja that lead to Insanity or tb softest, kindest voice to soothe and consols ;PBBBBB In all caaatoi Kentlt yet morally irresponsible, a part We her look distressed m. Now and again J -- ' BBBBBBBBD Weakneas tba Specific acu like a miut put land and sea between oursMvei found hor gazing at me with anxious her. W chsria, restoring loaa or fa Hog rlg KUU ft a. I how happy Ah .. .T.. ... a l.alTtl... 'HIHI.bSSS I should havo felt could a an! tho fatal spot. But how to persuad troubled eyes, as if trying to real some mmm VI, .ill.. ai!1 f. W...U. that one nljht's dork work have boon un andtparkllnsbeautr. to thecbetk, bor that such a flight waa absolutely news" thing which I wa3 hiding from her. Onc tj n a a i sni as u dona-co- uld that whlto tomb forever hold lot nnj biooomoi uraj.u. saryf Brother and alitor as wo now termed sho asked mo how she cams to my hous AfttrTsklag. i 8BBMB.aa p " ... u IB. I. mii ur .un its ebostv secret! a ottnwlros, vsould sha ever consout to accom- that night. " urraj I. oiivciiiq L.ll ait iruggiau at ! i I ! 'I i i I i i " P II per package, or als packagaa for A Also by I pany mo abroad I Had I the right to put tha I "Out of the whirling snow," I said nt mall, poetagt free, on rrcelpt of price. ff? A l'lea for rrsent-Mjk!uwoman I loved in such anamilmivil nstr..i lightly oi I could. "You came In a lilgi " x Ull a,;uiai. l u. 'UIl. WOICQ Will U. t Youth's ComiMinlon. No! o thousand tlmos no! Ami S . anann I kmw iinvn 01 iavr nnu uenrium." r.".Ak.,B,Jffk.,''.It.il.tl...tH. .,i!,"." ualUd free totrtry illcaut. Addroaa all coma .. Let tbe gruff and munlcaUons to thtaolt iunufacturri. -l . aa there wtu no safety for her in England; and "Whore had I been! What had I bear snw at s- -i ! m- .rr.:,',--: o laa w MVHil.l Y MRDIVIXK t O.. the folly and tho hollownoai, as they doom !! r.:t? ?".'"""l-.j- til -.III 1,11 with whom could alio leave Euglanl save dolngf J.., dnif r9u iir.VUlliX KanaasClty.Mo. ? ?I with mo! Sold In Stanford by Penny A McAlliKr and all "You ca'me straight from Mrs. Wilson's, J it, of making presonts which are expected I Ijfl'w WSHSMtM and of whdilng a Merry Christmas by send' Tlaslaiai I dared not urge upon her my trua suppose. I know no more." VI UlittS VI VI J WUI I reason ' 3BBBBB;I BBBB B5BBB ' abtiius. 1'XTxa a . w&oietuu a ten - ts. for (light. It was my groatost hope that tha Thon sho sighed nnd turned lier head Ing a cbromo. Loultr le- Ky. Moat of what Is pleasant and agreeable in rc-- , events of that nijht had loft her mind when away; but I soon found her troubled dark --lSiqS i tin iiiaduass left her, never to bo recalled. eye again fixed on my own. J could dc our association with others comes from the And now timo wna pressing; ten days Imd noniing uui meat tneir gaw bravely, and observance of certain formalities. Wh. OHIO THS ONLY THUB W. MISSISSIPPI you bid your neighbor passed by. The glorious frost still kspt our pray that my poor love might never, nevei vli a p5S.""n " 9 trx st i, n an counsel, but It could not last forevor. The bo able to fill thoso hours which were at nuuiuujuu lueatt ny ill Certainly not tc ' 5SF glvo him any infotmation. Yon say It as The Direct Route to- tllllO IllUSt COma ttllfm llwi rrliltr. !,,.,. prvs-m- t l a blank to hor. a a otrg ! 2 sea0o. i r " w snow would molt aud vanish away, and thoE At laiit, exae'ly a fortnight from tho fatal matter of formal courtly, It means that, i . r c . and nothln? tmra. Sir Morvyn Ferrand's cold dead faco would day, w. left tny homo. I Mas now what it i But who would abolish the morning groot-ina; pear, nnd toll tho tnlo of his death to the legally termed an accessory after the act ((Ul, tho gentleman's hand shake, tho btby's flU iwissar by. and was making o very effort" to savo the U(aU-4- H M . I as. Northwest and Southwest by the wiy of WW Q I hud .... acarcelv ouituvl tin iimiuii,,M -M f ' PPI J poor girl from Justice. In order to nverl kiss, tho raising of the hat to all lady acI . ni'lit. Vet ona dav n kind nt BBHBBBlf BB I Bbbhb suspicion, mscldeu It was better not to shut quaintances nnd to all men acquaintances LOUISVILLE or CINCINNATI. "I curttion had led uio to walk along tho road up my house; so I left tho faithful Willlair who aro accomnnnlAl l.o i..ii.u .1.. "CODSBejDt'oktkl m Lesrlng Cbttanooa lor Lou-iia wiMiiu ntximg, anu 10 lialC at what 1 to take cans of it, and await my Instruc other formal couitosles of llfol oo All 1 ralliS UrUU .l rinclunaI make p' "4 jitlsjod to bi tbj spot sihero I laid thoUoid tions. At prewnt it was advisable that any of An excess of sontlmont nnd an overdoing U(ht-nlo- g direct innnettton at those tolntswlib tht man by tho sldo of tho road. I f ancle.! the outward exnreMtnu nt f.ti FACTS flECASDIHQ . inquirers should learn that I had gone t r r sBEBB sa Cxpres on tbe Ohio A for tit tould single out tho very drift uudor whiph London with my sister, nnd that sho tlmi stblo. But Americans hav Louis and all points West, inn 0?, fiaxLsr's Iran Tccii wudu! j that nwful thing lay, ami n dreary temptu. or our return was unortnln. By and by travel before tbov am In nv .i...,, e r.n ' II Ioularllle or flncln- TTrvi'i rn Only from ti.,11. tlon to probe tho whits haap nith my stick, if till went well, I could cct rid of m.v cot ing on that side It will bo for our Tfi nillllS nairiAUl It will purify and enrich tt Dl OOD. rTilatu rjJtJ-- 3 ( l hsu III au UVUII uviug lVA k.a...a aiv aaw aa.a ua.a.w.. a.,.'. tkl.a pastentera tbe LIVER and KIDNEYS, tint. 7:crottt. TIIL and tinko sure, assailed me. I resisted to preach from tho text loss HEALTH luicker than any other line, gtrlngour It, taga in an ordinary way. I, for one, should BBBB ' 'BB and VIOOK of YOUTH' fit all tl.no and tumd away from tho spot. lima fAS tiiattla an t Mf.t nknlio a ..u t - I s .1 . sentiment and more heart. novor nun w visit me placo again. dlicai.a t.'itlrliiK uruliiaml ullcleu 10MC, ,. W mil of ApiuUto.liilljrc. going West. e.peclullr I)) ipp1 j. Theio was a cartaiu amount of trafllc on Phllippa acquiesced in all my arrange i.ava. ,ii ..ui, ItimieilUleairviiMiii, v.,ii. ii.v 111.1.VI1 Uo roaA ny now Uo snow had 9 SSSSS'SS Uow to 11a; Up Mottoes. monU. JJjio as quito willing to accompany with and Homlintil rimlls. Jloncs, been 12 Hours Quicker . a oo iieabsn d0Tfn by cart vrhotU and pooploV nu to town. She trustel me with whits n liirvv i.iwiri anu nrrt caII... ii . i.i. v,.n,. . ciiiivcui The Household. J childisl fl.a uimiu ....la Wll,J!t-- rt' II. ..I.. I..... ine going by way "f Chlcsgo. .v ...lJt.1 in. iii.iii BBBBBBlBB BBBBlBBbIBB feot, so that it was quito possible to ountrlnsr Ironi all complaints Very effective mottoes are mado by cut- BL. A walk simplicity. "But, Basil, oftor word what .Art..llar In I La I. ... alll.n.l I.. nftorwardl" sho askel. iZnuZ?l f',laco t. anoth9r- - A" l ting letters from pasteboard, TONIC a WaTjVUtB HRANOH. Even in tha midst of tho menacing peril it ting strips of wltlto wadding mil thon cut- DR. JtAnTBRa rnON anil healthysafe and ipteilr rl?in.Mr0mw,LlcU cure. II a complexion. 'PPaflM to seek tt voiy The almiiruit li m, encountered Mrs. WlUon. was all I could do to refrain from knoollne rrlder than tho letters. Take whlto llttlo IlAnTEtt'sKites ilcnr la llmt tho raluo or lilt. mTKi: iw-t- t. I110M Tumi Kostu-Booh- o fre.ucnt atteinpti thread at ir:n"JDinV ) aildvtl to Hie popular Alwsjs makes 0I nt her feet and telling her that my lovt and tack the wadding upon tho letters, tak- II)' countLrfilllnr I recognition; but sh3;top,non"y or tbe original. Jf ou v.rneill) le.lru Ei. Duo. Ex, bun. would solvo tho question of the future. ing care to keep tho stltchos in tho centor of do not experiment -- Krl llio OiiioiXAL xnt Ukst "I thought you were going to tak, your " 1 have a surprise for you In London," J Hartar Med Oo.V Timo aovr IBK0 yur uoodioand Con Lre Corlngtoo.... . .....M.. ...... 7 25 a m 2 DO nm " ",. Ht.IxiU, Ma, lor our "DREAM BOOK."! said, as cheerfully as I could. "Trusi divide the wadding, taking half, and turn i 80 lira rullot ttransaand u(ullalrmatloa,rr.aw "Lady Ferrand was unfortunately 8 13 a tu a bo p at yoursjlf to me; you will not regret it" the edge oyer towards tho center bo that It OR. HAfrrcn's Iron Tonio is eon 8aus by au Arr Mlllersbur . very 1 whan aho oft you. Sho U now taken 8 40 a nil 5 47 pm Bho took my hand. " Whom elso bavo With all IJnea at " Urllsle ...... hard will hide tho stitches. Turn It over on 0 00 a tal 6 07 pm ly woll onough to bo romovod." " Johnsoiia.... to trust!" sho said simply. " Basil, yoi sides, nnd then rub your finger over both m 7 00 pu " Maytrllle.... It to St. Loaii and Intermediate Points. 8lr MJnP asked 10 SO h9,5rd TV ml 7 Si p m make It fluffy. Fnsten the lottora on to a Mrs. Wilson, abruptly. your lifo miserable: it is too lato to atono Dackgiound No. oj of black and your letters stand "HoTU" IVo Ferries! 2VoOmnIbusTrau8 I "Not to my knowledge," 1 ropllod but I shall never forgotthete days." out Ilka lotUrs of snow. Dally Dill WTilmll..EgTMXrtma.. . V9 uIt is strange. You know, I suppose, that Hor oyos were full of tears. I kissed hei fere! Ex. Bun. Ex. Hun protty way to fix thon for a church is A allfl M..I Xz. I ho wasoxpoctod at my houso that hand reverently, and told her that when . to get some man to Weekly news- nlihtP Lre Marsrllie. iViSnp. . Papr daroted to mako a rough framo sir "Cortalnly I do. It was for that rowan saw the old smilo back upon her lips, all meinanlce. en. 120pr. Conurrtlnns niiitA In ITntnn Datvit. tit tAnl. or eight Inches wide. Tho riz. of tho framo 6 30a in I 1 J9put and patents wlib trains or?r miUiff,. Jc?.,er's. my iistsr left you." DfanJl?l Jm 1 dona would bo a thousand times repaldi will depend on tho 'MriJinmUrl luetralod Mill, Soutliwett. of lines gilng West, Northwwt and '" Carllilt sni z sipm motto. Covor with whlto lDo.iv.?.'7lT,ne, .Th,ll, Publ eallon, fuml.liM Mlllersburg... Mrs. Wilson looked at mo thoughtfully but as I spoke I trembled, at the thought ol cloth or paper, 7 41 s m 3 09 pm n II you are silng West to any , point, call on cr Arr Psrt. aud fo.len sprays of everH ID "Bho will not moot him again?" m n in What mitrht 1m In ntnm tnr hAfh nt ... " Lexington" :::, ' green on it. 0 10 a m 8 CDpm ...cli rVhSl Tt.'clr. witto to the underslgued. Stretch black papor cambric, ruratlo7",'5 A"wc I. We drove to Rodinj. and were porforcs " Cirlnnton "Novor,"lsakl,'thmkln2as I spoko thai For lull and reliable Information In regard to II 0a nil SM Dm with tho unglazed side out, and fasten it on my word shore a meaning only known l,l,.l. .,....! i.i Land, dc, in the Western Htalet, Mapi, Guides tc ObUzedtotake thn ivin.t and loweai special rates lor Tickets and Household Mrs. WUwn's houso. Phillppa kalf ross tho bock of the frame and thon fasten on tha Knoxrllle, letters. Ooods to all points West call on or address 2Jl2JOTriw haU bmr' " "kol, aud from har seat, and seemed to bo on ths nnn A To. litre O. H. AL60P, s; of nuking mo sosne question; but shi pptat Pusenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway. God llleas It! tei'-WK"Hhahaihrun .....II Uarrodsburs, Jty-,uuu;r U iiIi?Vto52 nngoa, 1 sata, prtctlce bsfora Oldens. 'nto silence. evasive! v. VT, D. BIIATTUC, W. W. PKABODY. the Patent Office, and bara prepared I tZKfi dread lest iho roadside ob I am sure I have always thought of Chrlst-mora than One Hundred Thpus- rrca'tandUen'lMsn'gr, Oen'l rasa. a ?y arn'' Lexlnnton and Parle:-N- o. C. W. I' A HIS, Central Pasaeoger Agent, applications fur patents in the 52, dallr excent Run "Lkton.n Jacts nnd landmarks tfhohld awaken uios sho sa nited btstee and (orelan conntries. and my heartbeat violently as wi good umt, mien it uas coruo round, as a Clot Innatl. Ohio. U,M?hJ ,h0 hatod uIm ' Llier sir ' c.yc.U. timo; a kind, forgiving charitablo Loprnsbta. M0,mM' .'ft Ai.lffnm.nti. anil Mil ntnv naian I.. Uxlngloa toll hor nonreu wo wnno heap by the hedire. thai time; tho only time I know of in the wmathlnl 4 , E ,houIoas. and long "'Vt.tssisjSJ lil y Uit "cnrlng to -,inrentors tbrlr rlabta in tho I believed jsy 2f'i.i"m!. h?.u2Qt..l atod her I hoap wWcJiwdo41y held our secret. I fell I calendar of the yoar whsn men and women I'antila, l.nalaod, I'nited 6tatthat J jew ",u walt and see." " nermany, ana oiner roremn countries, pre' Jlo. I was forced to tun i ol ' rnyaeaa away and lookout of the opposlti , seem, by one consent, toopon their shut-u- p aC f.C ..a. a. awe. a .au..va a mm mm ivmviii M.a cheer-fa- ll i.iuiK ?M fABrf O" V. f andTlnlnrttr RELIABLE SELF-CU- Rr liearts froely, and to think of people below InfarmationaatoobtalnlDS pitrnts wiadosr. My state of mind was sot rctdi ' (Irea chtrge. of - loiornisfioawithout srsa. k A ff.LV. rite . . umui s 11 moy woro roaiiy a ... asn. ouiaiooa nrasir TTiTi ."?. "n. ni thronib ilnna A CU. are noticedJ'ticata riclenllfle to tho gravo and not anothor raco of croat-tirc- s in tha -r- rM.-,;u n in ino I American free. Tbe adrantaca of such nolle Is tne cure of ban liKKT. AflAr .lann.t. 1 k. -jyiowreiireaj tor.vi.iui ffervuX9,lHlitii, bound on other Journeys. Therefore, I well understood bj all per. jui vrlio wish to dispose JHssnAwsKf, UVstAHataand tHoauTi ntxed ap'wIth'Btr WorvvA yr7and7 tSS df'sIrAble' atntt) Yocm Under iltej of Ihrirpataols. .! lnplalnstaledenvtopo-c.IJriixfIstenuIkteriob bolievo it has dono me good,-an-d wiil'Uo 'mr - Addnsa uxrstt s. co. poet c.w,sHnifca,T' a.wDltaSm'&r .1 Ad-rDR. WAUP ft CO,, Uulsl.ns, Mo. lavmxii office. AtWww W. P. Walton.' . iu "WMt , it! tha iwrll which menace 1 her. Phllippa and 1 would part nomoro in --his world untildeath, the only conqueror of juch love as mine, swopt u asundar. 0.."?. lnor 's Iookad out ,nt0 t!w n'gl't. Bull tho whirled down. Oh. brave, kind snow! Fall, fall, fall I Pile the masses on the dead wretch. Hlda him,doep in your bosom. Fall for weeks, for month, 'orovorl Save my lovo and mo! snow-flake- ''8110V deop oa tha roadi"1 "Mot 10 deep as I fancied 'twould be. All driftod and blown up to om sltlo, like. 1 tsoYer seen such a thin. Drift must have been feot doep this morning. What roust it bo now, I wonder! Somothlnglikothe Arctic relous, I should think, stri"' FortuofJrst tlnij for hour and hour a mj- - of liopo flashed across mi. William had walked that lonely road this morntnr, and iiotkwl nothing oxcopt tho drifted suoiv! I ronionibered how 1 placed tho dead man in the llttlo hollow nt the bottom of tha bank. Could it bo that tho kindly, uiorolful now which I havo already described as beginning to form in a rrlndlng-ihaohad hidden and burlod him! That o puro whlto, shape. lew heap, which told no taloj, concealol for a white the dark deoJ from the world I Oh that Phllippa were wel! onough to leayo this placo We .night fly and leaTe 80 trace behind us. 8L might never know what she had dono In her madness. socrot would bo mine alone. A burden it would be, but one which I might oasllyflnd strength onaugh to boar. Bear III I could bear it, and be happy; for some-Uitn- c I. told ma that. cniiM Mint t, -- y,?i) I m-- 4 ill v I I IW 1 ,11 I it . -- &P" S ' in easier by knowing that Phllippa wasgatae at mo with that troubled look In hor eyes. Altogethor I folt that the strain was bocom-in- g too much for mo, nnd I bogan to wouder if my life would over again know a happy or securo moment long silence .Phllippa spoke. J 'Aftor a Tell me, Basil, have you board from that man!" I shook my head. "Where Is he! Ho was comlug that night Did ho comer' . "I supposo not Why do you ask! "Basil, a kind of horriblo dream haunU me. Thoie was something I dreamed of thot foarful night, something I dreim of now. Tell me what it was." Tho inspiration roso to my brow. ''Dearest," I said, "no wonder you dream. uj nro won now, out tnai nignt you wore quito out of your sansts. Your fauclos ore but tho remains of that delirium. Think no more of that wretch; ha U probably living In Paris, aftor tho manner of his kind. Think only that ltfo is golnj to bj catm and happy." Anything to keep tho knowlodge of har fatal act from her! I forced inysjlf to talk in a light, cheerful manner. I joitod at tin appearance of ths fow rauflled.up country pointed out tho boauty of the traos on the i.uj iui--, oacn urncu 01 wuicn ooro roll age of glistenin; saoss. I did all I could to turn bor thoughts Into other channsls to drive . t 41.. ""."(rungs questioning look from tier eyes. Right glad I felt vhe- - rre were at last In ths train, nnd tho first . age of our flight an accomplished fact Upon reaching Iivlon I drove straight to tho hotel at which my mother was stay ing. It was ona of thoso respectable private hotels In Jermyn streot I encraired rt)niii - ttiv sUfAt- - UMU .......i fiir mmmj v.tf.v. .ml 1.J.I. Isent Phlllppi to her room to rest, and then went to find my mother. In anothor mlnuto I wos in her arms, and ere half ar hour wnsovcr I had told hor Philippe's story, and my lovo for tho woman on whosa I bosought her protection. Yos, I had dono right to tnwt lier. knew her noble nature; hor tutor freodon from tha nnttr trMmiil. v.t .tAM mwv, 1 ...hum.., knew the lovo sho boro hor son. Let mi nere tnanlc her once moro for what she die for mo that day, 8h heard all my outpourings in sllonco. I told hor all, savo two things-t- hs name ol the man who bad wronged my love and thi fato which had overtaken him. I told her as I have told you, how I had loved how 1 lovea inuippa; uow I now dared to hops that In timo to come my love would be re warded. I prayed her to take my poor gin to her heart, and by treating her as s daughter restore, if it were possible, boi a, Suckfen'a Arnica Salre. The best 8alve In the world for Cuts, Untiles, Sores, UIwr, Salt Rbeuni, Fertr Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin reEruptions and posttlTtly euros Piles, or no quired. I is guaranteed to glTS perfsst satlsfac-tl- ot or me ayrelunled. Vte,2. cents per box. W. F..Mc4JLAIlV ty, subject Is a rand I date for represeutitlro of Uncoln to the action ol the democracy. coun. a rJ fat ft Tate Penny. An Editor's Tnbuto. Theron P. Keator. editor of tho Port Warns (In- uiaua) utueiie, writes: "tor me pass nrs yean hsre alsrars used Dr. King's New Dlscorery, for cottjhsoftha most serere character, as well as lor thoaeofa milder type. It norer Calls to effect a ruA.l tw fpln.t In wtintn f Hbtii rtfam nip mendod it speak of It in th same high terms. Basing been cared by It of eiery cough that I hare rorrster rnH.lalai 'as H..rA..nl.tl.. JOHN II. MILLER .fflk..!. ...... THIORCAT of the (Wtuocr&cf hil fnr At and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at Tatea Penny's Drug store and get a Free Trlsl BottU. vr T t.nilitr It lln nnl r rfllLitklli its by the friends of the lata J. it. Uenedlat for the capture of his wurderer, Henry Roberts. Roberts is about 3) years el age, dark complexion, Jiaisl eTM.stuxtln hceand rery bad countenance, rath. er hcary bulli, weighing probably 150 nounds. Heward of Two 200 Rowrd! lluopml Doll will topald Through Trunk Line FAiim I hare Largealisll. Very Remarkable Discovery. Geo. V. Willing, or Manchester. KM ! Mrs. w.tt.. years, to tielp.i that she couia not turn orerin bed slone. t)h used two bottles of Klectrlc Hit ters and Is so much improred that she Is now able to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do all thit Ii rlitmital fnp tlim. HundreJi of ta(ltnonU als attest their great curstlre powers. Only fifty cents a tiottle at Tate A renny. tia 1n itmnit ti!ntM fr Mich Am been ppolntM for ths uU of tht - "Wo and belts, eonulnlng 1?.0iM"- - I".1 Al . 1.. II. M " .11.... " Y" " "UBTIIIton the Ubsny I' keand I bersby offer II rrlratea . IT. II nil tttMil ilaitllla.l. . and 0 rooms, healdta the DWHiirr aut.bnll.lln.. A It la WAll w.l.ra.1 .n, I. Isnd worth '. much mara Iti.n I. aa. IVC If. rica -Apply to nit lor further particulars. ..If ' fob tnt ..... .... maki'e: i Wltfcout Change and with SHORTEST AND Swj Unrlrafed ROUTE " tUICKEST Wl.tw JW. T.llVSH, Stanford, Ky. raoii locus, ilu to tui CSsV. JELm "XrWeitGJfM O., and SOUTH & WEST Jackiaatlllt, axrauKXTS .. rttoriwsiuSAL . MC. Unlsrllle, Kr., Cincinnati, ATTOBNEV DANVILLE, ocaaliM and In AZiXX. AKDKUHON, K.Y., Baldwin & Co., IndlanaroUt Voas A Sons', ,lhr"a "J";." fWJ1,cRSa,M,'.:'ii'.LW' Saraanab, Mobile, and New Orleant. A.T LA.W, "Has sht heard from Sir Mertjnr asked high-price- d tht Court of Apptli. i na "amtiion urcana. Instrumenia sold at prtc and terms U suit pur-""' prices and terms. I'utw(n n.n.ni: -' fi .?,..J ft S'i.,l?.,-'.Upr- "..'''" " Baldwin V"i i sho'rtlinetothe east ratactCart Frosa Lonlarlllt la BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA 'a fatae Cart Without Change. wlthtntchange. homes on lh ? r Attornoy Stanford Female a Court-hous- e. bo-ha- m 8UIIOEON D1.NTI8T, Tacf.ir, Kentucky's Route East mo-Jik- tooth-powde- r. mm ...if. K O 1131-tyr- o Mulcts for Sale TERMS MODERATE. WmmS A SOLID TEjUN WASEaNGTON CITY. ,.... T i HI.SS - MAKING mml t.. Drras-Makl- MYERS HOTEL, STAFFORD. XT. and ,, Now Yorlx. alr mtif?-tom'tU .H-ic- ki Propr POSTED ! T"ft .. -I "?! -"- .. '.. Hth-Ju- la 1. 1 ..i .' ztrxr n.ij's t? f J, f -- r'-d- Clw) .mm.m ula-ea- ia mm 0Ui4 .Jilt awst OtWOiliOT(o)a '.I-,,.- l.. -- t. 1 J'J stjsi m . g. yt ...uk.. tilt us.csassits -a- -r sssaa a- o-ljrl at. Vood-nrnmin- g, n.. 1 i,.-l,- M 1 IRON TONIC i I jvarrssff7 ?n St. Louis & tho West! il ', mtiwi - rn lllll - Z I it r.i sa ss : JtiftS Vffi .suii;;..- l"l - aJ nitrC f "n O. & M. neotions Fast and Sure 1 Ills i 1 3m ft .Alt NTS. ""T""l" Trailft-itarks. wte"':, &.?" i"r.f reool-loctio- A. Si 1 HtDd-boo- reiiow-passengo- r-- 1- -- mrii FREE! i niirt,-iniisuu "ZPlkl' I5. a. a J,WtoC,,KkMt0'D:r c4liB