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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885010601 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. lew! WtMw titefii YOLUISWB fti-inttli(Interioronrnd mtfnaL NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 55- - H3t REV. GEO. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 6. 0. BARNES. LETTER FROME NGL A.N D lnA.IHI3 TIIJE JCOIIO." 4 1885. iW MrnhtUheA TMeadsya and JFVcfav g,00 IEIt Waa PM itrletlj V. Pauk TtnnACE, Hkiiioate, London Decemltr, ANNUM If we hit U chained. to Dear Jnltrion 1884 J In advance. wall eav Hue, $3.00 will P. WALTON. 8LEEP ANO HER C0U9IN DEATH. The Itrlatloushlp He t ween the Tiro Condi tlm of Unconselousne. HritUh Medical Journal, Tho relationship between aleen. tho "cousin o( death,'' and death luoll, I probably real a well a apparent. Tbo dUtano which separates Uim Li great, but there are connections, grade ot dbnolutlon a of development. Anionic thio the similar states of trance ami hit omatlyu are worthy of special nutliv For lop an J for trailer, on cautt, the exhaustion chiefly of tbo ner rout mattir, but mora or low of arery organ and tissue, is aignab1o. The hysterical stniwr U tho tleop ot nerve center worn out wjUj the assault and syjiulct of stori.iv relies action. Healthy sleepis the mt of physical element wearied with the mm trala applied Riot gradually. Cases have beta recorded in which Mna lence, ,conl(nuitx for day witlwut ceaMtlou, lia njttfUt4 trssac la It deration, while pjewvlax all tho ordlaary feature of natural deep. Various facta sypport ut In the hibernation of anlmaU with the name train of organlo or functional changes m the other unconscious lUW which we It me Ilk a bare Lean ooajldsrlnj. habit; II baa, one may aay, anjsiial return; Hi apparent cau U tie oppress! m are cold, and the) animal it affect mostly tho which", from their bodily structure or habits are subject to great periodic variation of Uotparatar.. Vital tissue ia exhausted and function Is in part suspended, probably beeauM the numbnr of cold baa taken upon the rod IcUi of the outer circulation, and of that of the brain surface which is connected with it by nuuwniu. anastotn moses. In such a com amrmla would to be the catue of the winter idovp, as there 1 evidence to show that'll I l tin rau ot thai lemprafy jtafratlon ot brain' which lasV wttkwut arrHni iU action," In th oatar I r poo of each nht. We may oven regard the. lethargy, eoded by death, Into which man falls wheu exposed to great coll a a short and morUtJUUtrna-tioo- . JilskaJ. The saiua influencnaotttic Uta the boar or flab, ' I the piwr of IU ahock Is greater on bit dorr aud lou accustomed aenM than tm ihJr comparatively In other od)irt organisation. S li e . region and form 'of life, hi I hi waariaass, paralysis, atrophy, and gngra of Umbo, in the leafiasfi hlbernaUoa of tree, and in their decay, Wlaalng In th terminal twigs, the nam teaching is evident, that vascular nutrition, in it periodic, variation. U tho Inter-niedla- to For the first time since mr return from the Continent we hare a day or two without mttIcm: I would' rtthef be. presxhlBjr, if it 1 beat, but if the dear LOKD b golnf to give us a week a tf Christ-b- u for other tnjijmeat and oervice, I will not object, knowing that that will be 'brt," loo. We have Just returned from a fortnight' work in Hertfordshire, or "Herts" for short where, in the village of Bushey, 1G mile from London, we have bad a little varia ticn of life that almost recalled the village work of our native land, Provincial Hi in Kagland l; aa elsewhere, widely different from Metropolitan. K'erf thing grows stringent under the con traction cf society bounds, and individual iaflnenc goes for much more than in the place where everyone know citr in everyone ele, human interraU duller and cling together veiy cloaelv. A'feW influen-tla- l perrons "rule the roont," and I be small tradeeacn wio are dependent upos their faror for success, are no'l quit 'tee ageerta', whea It come to Otis? in the face of their known wiahe. As Capt. Jack Kunibv m would asj: "The bearin' of these lie in the applicttion on 'em " In Busher we wer called to minister to a broken down Congregational church; the pailor of which had been greatly bleeaed by lht perusal of the 3 1 chapter in th Eagllah EJlUon of "God' Love Btory" oa th "Higher Life." Loving the Truth h reeolred lo brave all opposition, ia aa Mr attempt to bring it to hi people. Ouinne' paaBhUt, exposing my "Here sy" f oded th villsge a soon a it was noised abroad that we had beta invited. A Baptist Church, at oo end of the obeer-watio- to jh Qr fUigsJiavlUaeft P)1 Uxlm of aa Ift4peklBt Hall managed by at the othei; and he a wealthy tweea theae stool out poor little church, a mars: for the An.(bemui of both. A to Bro. Wood, the Uyn I' putor, declining cooperation ia IttsnoverfoV;aliofftrsur-prislngi- o tnoet with occasional instances in t simulated byooidep 6 which gree ot stupor, ofdeahi dh Calhoun' 'Poeeum asul'Sweet Washington Cor. ttoHhnore Herald Somehow or otatsr," said the oldmtaura-teur- , "all the great men had their peculiarities about what they wanted to rat. There was Mr. Calhoun, who always had hU 'lossum and sweet poto tool when be coubl Kct tuem. Ho usd to say to moi 'Now, tiure, you get tiii a nice fat 'ivsutn, cook it tho day after itlsUlled, jmrboil it lira, tbeapsjtlttnaBot oven, with boUtdyaw rotator. poiate ! don't you fall to have tho 'poum wall tlavorcd with peppor, salt and sagiv1 "Well, sir, you Jut ought to aeo Mr. Calhoun sit down to a dlth of 'potum with coon gravy Ho w&rn't a big man, but bo was mighty thin, and there was plenty of room about hi vwt Ho woukt tnako that sick boforo bo got through vitli It. Ho Tised to ay that it reminded him of old South Carolina to eat 'poraum, and that' tho reawn h UkeJ It wvlL Many u timo he's told mo about going out 'ponsum-hun- t Jng at night, with colorod boys nud dog and an ax, treeing the jowim, cutting the treo down and ronstinj tho 'KMaum befow a log flro. Mr. Calhoun' neighbors down then) used to bond Mm boxes of persimmons ani the) he would distribute among hU frionds horo ns ouo ot tho greAt producU of South Carotins. Of cournj Mr. Cnlhoun hml all tho ol 1 southern babita. Ho wanted hi eolfeo In tho morn-In- x tieforo h got out of bod. For brenk-fiis- t he wontod hot com bread or bhctilts Ho wouldn't mid tho breaot of n ctilcUon. r cat any other part of tho chickun. Tor be dftlt't coro much for nnythiiig ax cvpt Roup and tish. Itnasnt ulght thnt ho nn ted hi ':ovium or any extra dUh lu might faucy," illn-ne- latiarouod it in the oven'and thin it slowly brown. If you can gt a coon, Wteve, you nuflc plenty of coon gr ry, vory And brown, an! pour it over the 'pouuo 'Xi-sumirc-ry A Too lrnrtlrat Age. rhlhvlelphla Call. Young Do Poultlco Oh I how often I have sighed for tho brnro da) s of old. Aim! that I should havo been born Into a purely prncv Ucal my wholosoul long for tho stlrrliift Ufa of n mcdia'vnl knight. Misi Kuhlia (admiringly) llowsnJ it Is. You would look splendidly In a suit of brill ago'hn Innt unnor, Young Do Poultlco Do you know, I think I must have inherited my lovo for exciting linud ftrnggles, martial sconoi nud band-toiilllcti. It st.'enu born in mo and I cnunot get rid of it. Oh, how I would llko to At this point tiro interesting converantlor. w.middonly cut short by tho heavy tread ol Mis Eulalla'tf father on the stnlr, nud Younj; Do I'oulUco disappeared through n sldo door Into tuo bocl: alloy.' o A lesion in Astronntny, V-- tWaliJnston Hatchet fhoy wero young ami romantic, And nl-- I AuUjh tho tnluuto bond was pointing to i A'tiock they stood ujkxi tho porch gazing at tbo Htnr. 'That's Jupiter, dear, Uu't itP sho murmured. ''Yes, pet, and that k Slrliu," bo repliil, KIntlng to another vtnr. "Are you Sitliwi'' slio coood. HeULsioil her wvenil tiinw. Thou ho I olnted upward and suld: 'jriint's Mare, dove." Vnd that' paV' sho whimpered, as a foot. st5V)unll Inside, and If tho young man liflu't tcootcd.bs would havo coon morostar tlmifbo over droamod of, Hor pa wears n twolvo and a half, with a bmw too. on the icore of false doctrine in the evangelist emploj-e- d with "rater rexreU" &t. A ,, oa ipraa al grounds The old sWry. "What ha been will be and there is nothing new una der th ma." 8o w commenced to a dia plrited congregation of about 50, but full of hope and j y ourNive. Ia due time thU cheerful confidence in the LOUD be log of a mot Infection nature, spread and the dajected ose begaa to look up The weather aas truly diabolical from first to laat. The opposition dou.btleM thought it wai ' Providence fiowaing on our'blispbe- moui attempt to subvert the people. W looked at it Irom the other standpoint and laid it all on the devil, giving him full credit for coming up to the help of his agenls ai against the LORD'S troth. We shall both think we are right until 4theday"deUfw the tight. Thus It must ever be. Well, if the opposition were ai hapyy a the Evangelists they had a good time, that is all I can aay. The LORD "could not do many mighty work" in Bushey "because of the unbelief of thore who would not come even to heir. But our members gradually increased aa the people heard good recounts from the meeting, and those who attended from first to last were ullrd to overflowing with blessing. We hid a delightful time all through. The d.sr LORD"fillel the house where we were sitttnp," jvlth power, if not with people, every time we came together, and I du not know when I bare more thoroughly enjoyed presching, nor where I hive gotten a more blessed insight into the meaning of the word than at Buabey, nnd we have the joy of knowing that dear Brother Wood will preach the truth we love, boldly, and ritiR the chnte on "God Is LOVE'' and nothing eNe, in days to come. That is worth more than a fortnight's work, if, no other good resulted. Hut far more than that has been accomplished. Bro?. Limbourne and Gillespie, who aro now bravely battling in E:ut London, on the same liner, were "hauled over the coals" at the monthly conference of Baptist ministers last week. A resolution to ceit them'out was moved, whereupon the two in a sweet, brotherly ppirir, fully the responsibility of inviting me to preach, avowed their ballef in the scriptur al character of my teaching and then gave a brief account of the gloriously revolutionized condition of their churches in con sequence of the meetings. The simple narrative of facts was so telling, that the original motion was withdrawn and tnoth-- er substituted which threw individual on any oce inviting mo to preach or pudoning my doctrinm, and cleared the brethren in their corporbto ca pscity, of complicity in any future con neclion with the "Kentucky Evangelist " All of which was quite unobjectionab'e, and a very decided triumph for the truth, if I am preaching it. Pulse the LORD This trio of gifted young roinis'ers will be the "first fruih" of a glorlom harvest of future "laborers" in the whitening fields of DriWin. I confidently (ivdlct it In the "faith of the gospel " That such might be "sent forth" by the "LORD of the harvest" his been mjr triutinr prayer for long. Besides theto "regular" ministers, there are ui several "lajnvn" who are making East Our good friend Bush Newlon, of the London ting with the Joyful tidings. Richmond IftralJ, was kind enough to say: "Ofora thouun! toajuei to tell According to his annual custom Mr. V P. Our dear Redeemer's praise." Walton this Christmas gave his subscriber W are all well and always happy be the benefit of three handsome double numcame Jesus is "(he same yesterday, to day ber of the Interior. Jooiimal., filled to and forever. the brim with interesting reading- and a I aa sure loved one at horn will re goodly number of choice advertisements. jolce with us in the continuous service and Walton is on of the most indefatigable unbroken tuccees of the gospel committed worker of th Kentucky pre and the Xo Jia. JThe girl aing delightfully together good people of Lincoln chow their appreWill gets a good deal of preaching to do ciation of his enterprise and industry by a though he would desrly love the steady liberal patronage. aervlc that will surely come in time. He The IrratOR Journal celebrated would have more than he could do now Christrnt with double numbers. Always if he were not "the Sjn of hi Father." at the head of th Brother Walton After a whi'e that will help him. At surpasses even himself in holiday times. present he bear the odium of biiog ti Breckenridice New. aon of a "heretic " By aod by the ''here Last wek the Interior Journal sy" will get under good headway and hi gave it readers Christmas In all its phase Williamspatience in bearing the connection will and was full of illustrations it reward. He is very popular burg Timw have wherever he hai "ministered in holy On and after the 1st of January next tblog." Intact, though! don't tell him year the Jay will be reckoned at Green o, I am not a little proud of him. Praise wich Observatory commencing at mid the LORD. The festal season is upon u. night, the hours being counted up to twenty-fAll England i bent on a "Merry Christ-ma,- " our, or midnight again. For many bnl those too poor to afford it. II tw yeirs a dial showing twenty-fou- r h been many sucbihare are in these crowded cit- erectsd at the observatory, but in future ies, it ache the heart to think. There will the twenty-fou- r hours day will be official. A be no real "Merry Chrlstajse" until HE movement is one foot in this country, chief hail come 'the 21 time without sin unto ly amen; railroad managers, to substitute the twenty-fou- r salvation." Ever in Jesus, hour reckoning for the Geo. O. Baimes. present prevailing cuMora. Tom Ojhiltree says Texas ii growing How to Keep Cider Sweet. Pure is arrested in the proceas like a green bay tree, and that it will in a sweet cider that of fermentation before it becomes acetic couple of decades have 10,000,000 of people acid or even alcohol, and with carbonic; and b the Itrgsst and wealthiest Stat in acid gas worked out, is one'of the mol de- the Union. "Its taxable property," say lightful beverage. The Farm, Fttld and he, "ha increued $75,000,000 within the firtride recommends th following scienti- last year, and its population has become fic method for treating cider to preserve its as cosmopolite a that of New York. It tweeters. Whtn th saccharine mstters will never bs divided into four State u Its people are too by fermentation are being converted to has been suggestei. alcohol, if a bent tub be inserted air tight proud to destroy its autonomy." into the bung, with the other end Into a Climate and ProdncUoCttamtchatka. pail of water, to allow th carb n'c acid gal tNture.J The hill are covered with forest of Or, eteloped to pas off without admitting any larch, cedar, birch, etc, andintheso are air into th barrel, a beyerage will be found numerous wild animals such a the that is fit nectar for the gods. fur sable, the otter, foxes of oil colors, and Ahsndy way is to fill your cask nearly the bear, which latter, on account of the op to the woolen fauoet When the cask great supply of food, attacks neither' maa nor tho domestic animal; It id curious-tis rolled so th bung I down. Get a com- note that the squirrel, which ia universal in and slip it over th end Siberia, U not found here at ail Swans, mon rubber tub of th p ug in th faucet, with the other nd wild ducks, etc., are found in great quantithe lakes ia th pall. Then tarn the plug o th ties intheir eggs,and zaarshos in the Interior; and a well a th bird themcider cin have communication with the selves, aro taken in threat number by the peopall. After th water oeaws to bubbV, ple. FUh, which throng the river to. enormous numbers in the unrmer, form the principal bottl or store away. food ot th native. For th most pari thsy In th recently discovered cave on Look-ou- t are salmon, and ars dried aod storsti up for wtntar, but owing to th scarcity and Mountain was found a wonderful How the dearness of salt tho nsh frequantly become ol ice, crystal water. The cava ha ben rotten, and the people suffer great privation. The riffor of the winter is much softened bought for' twenty thousand dollars by Maud St. Pierre, who it i thought, by ocean currents, which create thotu Mi. thick, continuous fogi that render the coast so represents a compsny with a capital s'ock dangerous to navigation. The total popaL: CM) ol over $1 .000. The Intention of the tiou of both sexes Is put down' at only 0,300 company is to construct a large reservoir souU, but owing to the total abeence ot agriculture, and In tho primitive methods adopted in a solid sindstone formation. From this for winter, these aro frequently in a state of reservoir large supply pipes will be laid For alt except bare food and Coattanooga will be given the finest they bare to lock abrcad clothes, utr.iils, water for drinking purposes enjoyed by tea, tobacco, etc., aod all these ijjpoy purchase by means of their fur sable. 'Jiijh t any town in the country. iu any other part ot the vorld. Tbo quetloii whether ngrlcul&re is possiJudge David Davis has 'succeeded ia ble in tbo penituuki bos never $et been reducing his weight from 331 to 879 lb, MarkoU exist la the pores of eastern He says he feels as if he could fly. He Blberia, which aro at prosent supplied with feels so airy that he fears he will have to such articles a salt meat, butter, cloth, and weight himself with lead to keep himself hides from San Francisco. The main obsta-- 1 cle to agriculture Is the excessively damp He should carry a few and constantly foggy climate. The sun selon the ground. copies o( the Congressional Record in his dom shines, and does not, .therefore, give enough warmth fcr tho growth ot ryo and N. Y. Journal. pocket. wheat. Tho trade is almost wholly with "Didn't you tell me rou could hold the California, and a there is Uttl or no money U h;ro by a ploa?'' indignantly cried a farmer to a change, it tho carried onottering system of exnative their sablo taken on skin in return for such goods n they regreen Irishman whom he hid tria'. "Arrab! be easy now,'' said Pat, quire. "how can I hold it and two horses drawlne Positive Cure for Piles. it away from mt? But give it to me in To the people of this county we would ssj- thit barn, and, be jibe r, I will hold it with wehare been given the s;ency ol Dr. Marchlsl's the anybody." Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or moJy refunded Internal, Eztercal, During the next 250 years, it has been Blind, Bletdloj or Itching Plies. Price SO cents be only one total a box. No cure, so pr. Penny A McAllster, computed, there can eclipse of th sun that of August 12, 1099 Druggists. Daughters, Wues and Mothers. which can be seen in Eigland. WROBETOSTAGG PiKOTIS IS, Opera House Block, Drag VBIBSIUSHI, cl, Wall Paper, Wiues, BfHHlcal 11BBMN, liiquor iBNtruomeate. Stationery, ralBt, 'ITar8. Prlxt Oils, Soap, Iviylmcceg, Cnllcrj. Lamps, PerfuMery, FlreAraHs. Mack! - DEALEU8 IN Stanford, (rs.0ar.?Tre,I7'snJcr?.roaBd "Ptlcal Goods DepartmcBt fratchna Thos. Blcharda. who . . will Kenalr r-- Is la n.i vwtao .m ri- -. IHUmpu; HUU ug 5.l?r 1 "11lllllll,llllllllllllllassssssssssaB I liave received and am 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 cit.v ot nmm. try. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley Present tor your Mother-iUvr at Bourne's. Preaenta for your Granmammy at Bourne's. Presents for yonr Gal at Bourne's. Presents for your Fellow'at Bourne's. Presents for your Friend at Bourne's. Presents for your Sister, Father; Mother n JSiSBSV i islsViii Everybody, at Bootsm. d Toilet Cases' at Bourne's. Nail Sets at Bourne's, Odor Cases at Bourne's. WritingiDfcsks at Bourne's. Fine Books at Bourne's. Bourno ia o the Friend of the Gift-Malc- er Toilet Sets at Bourne's. Baby Sets at Bourne's. Christmas Cards at Boursefe Dolls nt Bourne's. -Auything you want at Bourasfc. in fact dandr.-Boorn- Bourne is a nice little maa , e Pourne Is a sells th alcest goods And feeds thsglrlson csndj.-Uakspe- are. Then go immediately and see BOURNE at the New to niggms, arANFORD, Ky. Drug Store, next dr OtJR LADIES', MISSES wA.3MTID CHILDREN'S FINE KID AND GOAT - Bueklen's Arnica Sake. ThebeslSslToIn the world fjr Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Wears, Salt Rueuni, I'erer Sores, Tetter, Hinds, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions anil positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I Is guaranteed to give perfest satlsfic-tlcrmc jyrelunled. Prlo 25 cents per box. lorialel Tflto .' fenny Char-peo' Thousands SaySo. Atkins, GlrarJ, Kaniss, writes, "I never heiltsle to rccouimsud your Electric Bit ten to my ctutoucrs; they glre entire sxtUCiction and are rnpld sellers. Hlectrlc Dltters are the purest and best medicine known and will positively cure Kidney ani Liver Complaints, purify tho blood and regulate the bowels. No family can atlbrd to ho without them. They will save hundreds of dollars In doctors' bills every year. Sold at 50 cts. a bottle by Tate A l'enny. Mr. T. tt. We emphsticslly guirantM Dr. Marchlsl's a female remedy, to cure Kemsle Dtwar-e- s, such as Ovarian troubles, Indammstlon and Ulceration, 1'ulhng and dtsplacemsnt or bearing down feeling, IrreijsUrlttlei, Barrenness, Change ct Life, Leucorrhoea, beside many weaknesses springing from the ahore, like Headache, Bloating, dplnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Kervoui debility. Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by druggists. Prices SI end ?l SO per bottle. Send to Dr. Marehlsl, Utlcn, K. Y., for pamphlet, free. For sale by Penny A McAUstrr, Druggist. W m SHOE HOT BE C3Sgg., t.vfjV.u rjm Two Dangerous Seasons Spring and Fall are times when so manr people get sick. The changes In the weatlter tre revere on feeble perions, and oven those who aro strong are apt, as they ray. "to be feeling mlserab'e.' Tbsn they arejust In condition i be struck down with some kind of lever. A bottle or two cf Park er's Tonic will invigorate the digestion, put the liver, kidney and blood iu ptr'ect order and preWalking Skeleton. more serious attscks. Why sulfur asd perot Mccbanlcibtirg, Pi., writes, vent Mr. . Springer, haps die when so simple a medicine will save J on? "I wasatlllcted with lung (over and abscess on Good for both ssiesand adages. lungs, and reduced to a trailing tlttelan. Got a THIS IDCA OK GOING WEST freotrI.d bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, which did mo ro much gocd that I to Coljrl cr Xiw Milo, for pure air totelieve bought a dollar battle. After using three bottles I Cousumptiott, Is nil a ru tA. Any reasonallman lound myself once more a man, completely restored ould u Dr. B 'ai.V sd unhand LtinsSjrup f ir to health, with a hearty appetite and a gain in Consumption In dl lis first stt i It nwr falls pounds." Call at Tate A Tenny' to gtre relli-- la ad cues of C u,hs, (olds, Br fleih of Drug Store and get a tree tilsl bottle or tLIsrer chltls, Pains In th ill- 't an al iff tlons tint ar trdncure fcr sll Luig DIkshs. Iai;;? bottles.tl einsid red prim vryot rwnui ' "' rilec, 50ccnt L MoltoU.-rA Sti an I St M. S . f 1 1 1 EXCELSD! TRY A PAIR GEO.H.BRUCE&CO STANFORD, KY, .j. CUItK Kim 1'II.K-.- Pile are frcjueutlypreei.d.dl In tho back, loins nnd nn t luur part of the akJonun, ':! ssT'ati sat a- to upioslilnssonio.iff.-etliiot tho MJnejrs or nclghUorlii organs. At tlnv s, Bjmptomscf Imllgeitlon nro prurtit, a fl itul nc . mii'iulniMS of tho stomach, etc A moisture, lilt iMTiplutlon, producing; a nj Jiagr'uU Itching, afur gcttlnjj worm, is n ry common attendant 1111ml, Ultoling and Itching I'll' i Mi at onoe to tlie nppllcntIon of Dr. Itosanlo's Tile lUuedy, hth acts directly upon the parts sAVcled, ahsorbln; the Tumors, nlli)ng the Intense Itcliluand affecting a pcriuineut cure. Trice CO cents. Address the Dr. BosinVo McUicIno C., rt'pn, Ohio. Std by McBob-i- t canlngtliortlent i ujzn,, pcjr& r?rrQt&t - . SUf FERRY'S asauwiHii''riM m J&ti zbm .. 1I Itl'lUir TA AT.f.t g JZS Will bo mailed K 55Z V t tniill nnnlloxnta m IC . .!..- - u.J.n... wna wltTTnuf Kiui ui riLMumrix Ik.l na.uww. lUu&tra'.tbai, prices, orderinsit It contains UL IXXF, UMi J r mk 1.UI. d"m, FERRY&0O.DEJfi2IT descriptions and directions for planting all and Mower SEEDS, liULHS, etc. . JL CUJ. TheCjnimlMioner cf lhoDcaf n&sT completed tho trade Dumb Institute wlh Mrs. E.O Biatly by which she reducedfrom$12tofl0. ceives tbe old Tompkins properly, exceptRussell Hancock, the only son of Gen. January 6, 1885 Staafbrd, Ey., ing the spring atd windmill, and five W. S. Hancock, died suddenly on his planthousand dollars In exchange for the handtation in Mississippi last week, some reaidenre nd grounds lattlr ewned W. P. WALTON. The Biltimora and Oaio Telegraph by Mrs. Susan P. Grlgsby. The 8late will Company has cut rates down to fifteen cents for the Use the propsrty last referred t Jcdos Kikcaid eUtta that the engage-me- for ten words from Cnicago to New York. reception of colored mutes as soon as there recently cele Dr. C. C. Graham, who between PrbceM Beatrice, ofEogland Is enough money In the State Treasury ad himself wa broken off became the brated his 100th birthday, is rapidly deto pay an appropriation made by the last joaaz Udy refused to come to LoulsTille clining and his death is expected at any Would kindly ask your attention to tho fnot thnt tlioy have just returned Legislature. T. to reside. The Judge says his chief desire tisae. from tho cities with a largo, fresh and well selected stock of the new sheriff, and E S. R. L. Salter, -- Cjrcuit Clerk K. T. Hargia, Jr.,.c4 Lee im Uo matter was to.paraljie Gov. James Mills, new town marshal, enter upon the county, killed" a negro at Beattyvllle last Gireba with the magnificence of hid reenective offices today. Judge Juo. D. 'Timei. The Judse week and wa? himself killed by another Goodloe, of Madison county, was 'In lown negro. mattl.a big take, a we notice that since Friday ana Saturday. Mr. Geo. Metcalfe Endless in variety, dainty in quality, nnd satisfactory fn prices, this wo guar The fashionable colors of the season liia departure the Princes has become will leave for his new home in 'Atlanta, untce. Onr nim shall bo at nil times to supply overy want in our lino. reckless and given her iiand to Prince Hen-t- j are steel blue, grape red, chestnut, mushHit many friends (Monday) Oa., meadow green and twilight of Bittenburg. The Prlncesi' dontij room, autumn all manner of succeis. Mr. here wish him Bizir. amounts to $150,000 and beldcs she is to pink.-Harp- er?' snd Mrs.I. O. Adlerhave taktn rooms at James G. Schrughatu, a Lexington have an annuity of 30,000. The Judge Consists of tho standard brands of Europe and America. Our largo lino the Clemens II mse. Mr. Harry Lar mer, fled to Cancjuld have played the biggest Kind of dude bank cashier, stole $50,000 and was hire last week on of cooking stoves includes tho justly celebrate I "Great Weatcrq Ilervo". and of Topeka, Kansas, ada to join the other thieves. He was apoq that amount. many other family favorites. rl.lt in the famllr of hi fathsr, Mr. parently the most devout of christians, The Bj3ton Herald Bays. "If President Samuel Larimer. Mr. Larimer is a gradn OUIt CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consists in part The New Orleans Exposition is behind Arthur is a 'free trader," as Chairman about $200,000, and will ask Congress for ate of Ann Arbor University ana a very of Table, Tea aud Chamber Sets complete, Glnmvaro richly cut nud etched Joaea insists that he is, the country will be a loan of that amount. It Is believed premising young lawyer. Mr. John W, In the way oi Dreadstuila wo name Buckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. pretty full of them when the next Coir Irvine has moved to town, occupying a that Congress will refuse the loan, as it unless the legislative L. B. Our eclebrnted "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, while elections occur, residence on Cemetery strtet. Dr. should. body shall meanwhile give the people relief McMurtry was In Louisville from Tues-da- y Kieo aud Hominy, our own patiotic products, are arrayed as faithful adjuncts. Advices from extreme Southwestern Irosa burdensome and unnecoarr taxv Texas state that the recent cold weather until Friday, the Kiiest of Dr. D. 8. Alltho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections arc here. lien. If things have come to a pass that was quite destructive to live stock in that Reynold. Mr. Tom Durham, late of the Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric lamp?, Stationery, Canned paMic men cm not favor the prevention of section, large numbers of the poor cattle firm of Mahan, Rice & Co., has gone to Meats and Fruits, and a complete line of Cigars nud Tobaccos. Well this is sua enormous Treasury surplus by abating Dayton, Ohio, to take employment with the and sheep having perished. oniy a hint of what wo have. Bry-an- t, COUNT). CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN war taxes upon the necessaries of the peoDiyton Plow Company. Mr. J. M Madame Dingier, wife of the Director Believing that wo can mako it to your interest, wo confidently ask an ex. being called a "free trader,' the Mr. J. ple without of Chicago, is atGllcherV, alio General of the Panama Canal Company, Mrs. Tarrant and Miss Alice Stuart goods anp your patronage, case will very soon become popular. died Saturday at Panama from fever. This have returned from a visit to Louisville. C Herndon, of Louisville. Mr. Wm. 8. ninination of our Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. Nichols, of Rockcastle county, .is in town is published that that melancholy is the third victim of the climate in the A. J.SIgler has accepted a position on a visit to his father's family. has Director's family within a year. with J. Will James in the mercbantile political outcast,. Mahone, of Virginia, At last friends of Kit Carson, the brave business. beta interviewed by a Philadelphia newsPAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. The wife of W. R. Dillion presented paper. Ilifmind is in a state of awfal soldier and wary scout, have placed over Lick in ashes. Friday nijht g his bones a Taos, New Mexico, a slender her "liege lord" with a New Year's gift In gloom. He jiredicU another war, an the store house of C. V. of negroe, breid riots, earthquakes, shaft of marble bearing this inscription:"Kit the form of a 12 lb. girl. As this is the about 11 o'clock, Encleman caught fire and was soon envel- cataclim3 and plagues. A decayed politt-c- kn dreon, diei May 23, 1S63, aged 59 years. only daughter Bill Is verv proud of her. flames. The dwelling houie of at'the Dittom of the ditch is a sad R. B. Ward has rented Mr. J. Guest's nt.d in Governor Cleveland says that the DEALUlt IN and soon was a ! War- Ward A Lutes next caught statement that he was President of a free farm. Price paid was $500. John thJBg to contemplate. mass. The store house of same Ilnrilwarc, NhiIcIIck GroccrlCH, llorflo NIiocm, The Governor is ren bought of Geo. Holmes the Daugherty burning Thk New York World, which cost its trade club not true. was adjoining the dwelling QuceiiMWHre, Buggy Whips, NhIIh, iron, that he "had never been con- house and lot near the depot tor $400 and parties, which owner $340,000, cleared above all expenses was also soon laid in ahes The residence KriKRy WUccIm, Sloven, Cane MIIIk, iaeijear, $150,000. It gave Cleveland the nected in any way with any such organizi has taken possession.first appearance since of Mr. A. B E y. the storehouse of C. Shu-mmHpokcH, ttratCH, Cltlcr MIIIh, 1m Cover, As this is our beartieet support, whereas the Sun which tior. the saddler's shop of Mr. R M. Ar- RlniN, Hioucwftrc, Corn Skellcm, Collars, the olJ year made its dlssppeirance, we Five physicians haye been called iu opposed him, lost 30,000 of its subscribers. go, the stable of Ward A kite all csul t Gen, too, Mr. Eiitor, wish you and the many consultation to examine the state of Virtue had its reward for once. fire, and but for heroic woik o,f person i n'l Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Woolen and Grant's health, and they arrived at the con- readers of the Interior Journal a bsppy would have been lost. With but one or ' Cast Fnmps, and the Celebrated May field Elevator. Tin Roof Tme Danville Tribune, which never seem, clusion that the General was completely and prosperous New Year. two exceptions every one present worked ad to fill a long felt want, has climbed the broken down physically and required absoing and Guttering will have prompt attention. The pastorate of the Rev. J. M Bmc failhfully to the end. Tbe origin of the sn,,,,,.,,. I II". 31. PfefUiutrv, golden stair. It never could have lived so lute rest. Let him have it. of the Biptist church, and Eld. J. G. The loss cinco. be aslotsg hd its editor not held a fat govern the Christian, expired with the fire is not known. The fine residence o( P. B. Thompson, C. B. Eagleman had 5000 ment office, the prospect of keeping which Sr,at Harrodsburg, was accidentally burn old year, and we are now without a pastor certained. his stock rf cood. Ward A Crows slimer as the days go by. We shall ed about 3 o'clock Saturday morning, catch- at either of our churches. The sufferers extend Lutes had $5,000. mifs its pretty pictures. Crab Orchard Lodge No. 103, I 0.0 's ing in the wardrobe of his thanks to all who so kindly their heart felt That excellent paper, the Owenibjro room. Insurance on the house $4,500 and F. elected the following officers for the ; A. and so manfully aeeiited them in t me f E. W. Jones, N, O term: 2taxTtoa: now appears three times a week $1,500 on furniture. This does not cover were turned out of Noaks, V. G.j L. K. Wells, Treas ; R.H. trouble and we who iaateai of twice as formerly. Its seven the loss. T. Pollard, Host. hou'e and home especially extend our says: Bronaugh, Secy, and P. A Washinjton correspondent colnmn s;z3 is retained, making it the largest kindly offered cs Oar old friend J. H. Stephens, didn't thanks to thoc who so paper of the kind in the State, as it has al- "Mr. Blaine will probably be the chief adshelter. Had It not been a very still night DKlLkasiX find it as e&jy to break away from home ways been one of tne best. We would like viser of the republican in the managethe whole of our little village would have ment of the minority in the next Congress and old tiea and take up his march to tbe been destroyed. Drugs, Books, Stationery and to jet it daily. republicans intend to do everything distant wilds of Western Kansaa, us he at Waihtd Oat Hair. Fancy Articles. marriage by telegraph is re- The 0UlC sX Another first imagined, so he has given it out, at they can to make the Cleveland adminisr. ; 7 Thtit It a fort of pitll.l, ebilfcy comtxlm ported, one of the contracting parties vWv. Xj sir least for the present. He ha rented tbe lrhlcb the noTtlliti call a "waihr-- l out complex Pbjtlcia&i' irifcriitIoDiijrtclj . tration fail." Ind., and the other at Pres-cott- , Vflf VrK Alto Ion." It Is ghsillr enough idJ no ralitake During the late lamented yearJThar-Ie- y old hotel oa the corner for another year. iu air ad aifa g Arizona. We couldn't imagine " d faded, eotored or bilr There is a petition being circulated in Washed-ou- t, Ross was discovered 4S3 times, El more unsatisfactory than this Isaluiottai rtpulilre kJ uieliocholr. l'trier' JJEWELERS- Mahdi and Gordon were killed fourteen this vicinity asking the appointment of lUlr BiUxia will tiler your balr to Hi original perhaps kissing a pretty girl by teletimes each, add Mary Anderson declined Col. W. G. Welch as Collector of Internal color, bitTr II' a; brown, auburn or black. Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, phone. There weje Why wear rnouon jor hrnJ, wbrn you way raoffers of marriage from one Prince, three Revenue In the 8th District. Jewelry, and Silverwar MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. over fifty names signed to it here last Sat- tify haTellTelr, ihlnlci; balr. Dukej. seven Barons and two and a half O.ch-arKrrr lo thli market Irlrta Lower thin urday in less than two hours. Crab Louisville Times. The public debt wasdecreaesd Still,-38- 1 newspaper men. Dr. HOSA.VKO. Iti- tbo JAWtat.t Watcbct, dockland is proud of her gifted son, and hops s pi I red on ihoit notlcs anT Warrant 'if.' Thli i;m trili romp to familiar with th tnnat The Louisville Times, in printing an in December. tbronxhout tlif l'HIM Suiia lint It It There are now in Cacada and the editorfal extrait from the Mvxngtr, credits to rejoice with his many friends through- cf Lardl) uretnar) toMt that bo li tl originator kI out the district at his appointment. registered Jerseys. it to a "leidinj Kentucky paper." Thanks United States 25,000 tb gtrat I)r. Ilotanlu't Cough ami lung Fjnip, Mr. Harrison Dunn, an old citizen of tbe George W. Smith, a Louisville shys- but we prefer being cillel by our Christ1 Cuorlte irniMlr, tthrvtr luoxn, fur ter has been disbarred for extorting mon- ian name, for fear we be -- confounded with this place, moved last week to the Givens (Vtigb. f'rU-- . CVmuturll" n ami all ffrtiprn of Price W call aad fl.CU. farm near Stanford. Mr. Dunn and his es- th Threat ami the Stanford Journal, Covington Common-uealtey from a client. I r MrTlobcrU A fltsa. Osrensboro timable wife have many friends here, who 1804, acocrding (o a Journal. or Henderson A silver dollar of bespeak for them a kind reception to their catalogue recently Issued in Philadelphia, Messerger. new home. Mr. John Slavin, formerly of is worth SG00. MARRIAGES. this place, but now a resident of Harrods- August Lell killed himself at LexingNational A inMtlogof the Stockholder! cf th Judge Vaknox in his most approved burg, will return and go into business here rank will be held at lhtlr ItaDklng Houm Jn ton by nearly severing h's head from his style united the destines of Mr. Tbomss soon. Mr. Slavin was a good citizen and HuitonTllle on TUESDAY, JANUAUY lTU, bod with a butcher knife. purpose of electing nine Dlracton to Daring 18S4, the coroner of Louisville Stringer and Mi's Nannie Davis, on the we will be glad to have bim again in our liS J, for the trlulug year. icrre lor tbe midst. investigated 231 deaths, of which 21 were 3J. 401 J. r. 7orKi7,Caihlr. Thomas Fish, Tftomas, Saunders, Reu At the McKinney Baptist church tomurders, 22 suicides and 53 accidents. Catron were arrested Last year's failures in the U. S. num- day, Miss Jennie R , daughtei of 'Squire ben Hiatt and Jack charge of committing a 1,784 more than in H.P.Daniel, and Mr. P, M. Mckinney, and tried on a ber 10.968, which was will be united in marriage by Rv. J. M. breach of the peace on Christmas eve. the 1'lrtt'Nii-tlou- tl A inpftlrignf the itoekhoMtrsof 1883. The liabilities were $220,343,427. ilanl. will be lie! I at tlislr UiiVing house Id Hiatt was discharged by the court for want tttaford on tbe leoed Tuetdajr In JanusryTlM', Coleman. Nicho-IasrillAlex. Leon'd house burned at of proof; Catron was acquitted and Fish for tbe nurpote ol electing eleven Mrcetori lo More than 1,000 bushels of wheat RELIGIOUS. the eoiulos Tear. and Saunders fined $25 each and costs br icrte JOHN J McHOIIEUTd, Caihler. HO.ld which was stored in it, were also burned. Rev. R R, Noel is conducting a meet- the jury. They wanted to appeal to the -The Railway Aqe says there were HAS A FEr- ing at Preachersville. Quarterly Court and were given three days milea of railroad laid in tbo United Rev. G. W. Perryman has accepted a to go to Stanford and make bond. Tbe States last year, divided among 18G roads. call for his full time A meeting cl tbe itockboldera of the l'srmtri at Owenton, Ky. second day they were in town and said National Bank will be held at tblr tonkins; home Kentucky is credited with but 40 miles. Kurber will be pator of the they would come back next day (Wednes In sunferd on tbe Kcond luluy In January, Eld. G. L HM, far therurposoof eleitlnr. ulne Director! to J. T. Harrahan lato Superintendent Mt Sterling Christian Church this year. day last) and replevy the fine here, but aerTe tbe eoiulng year. ofthoL. & N. has been appointed to the 400-t- d J. B. OWSLEY, Caihler. Rev. M. S Moffett will preach at that night they took the express train for eame position on the Pittsburg Division of Crab Orchard Baptist church next SunTI1BCUI.TIVATOB parts unknown, which was an easier way 1831 the B. & O. Left over, which will be the very things for 11 A. M. to replevy than to go to the trouble of givmanager of the Western Union day at The COUNTRY GENTLEMAN I Eld. J. B. Gibson, of Jeffersonville ing security. Telegraph Company at Givannab, Ga., has Mo., has been engaged to preach every Sun THE IlE3rOr"riIE DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. discharged all white messenger bays and day at the Christian church here and will substituted negroes. The last number of the Danvtlle A GKIODIiTDRAIi WEEKLIES Dr. Carver announces that in two begin text Lord's day. If after three Tribune was issued Friday and now there lue iriuini jourua ol Ai.mHran Agriculture. In amount and lractl- weeks he will attempt to shoot 0,000 month's trial, both pastor and congregation is no one left to tell the truth to Dixie. cat contentf, In extent und ability of ccur balla thrown into the air, using a rifle and are pleased, the engagement will be conof publicad ol Sunday was communion day at the tion, lu quality the rap"rank. stylo believed to tinued indefinitely. It U lint it occupies single bullet, in six days. be have no lupcrlortn either of tho three chlerdlvli- Ho is offering them very low, nnd, more than that, will give n There are se7en brothers in one of the First Presbyterian church. There will Town Marshal Forman shot Jerry lollB Of services at tbe same church every day dur .Fffi'iii Cvoiih mill 1'raeenncH, Craving to death at Mt. Sterling and a mob Barnwell families Jin South Carolina, one ing the week. Horticulture Frutt-Groirlnla about to take the matter in hand as it of whom was recently rector of the EpiscoMary, the little daughter of Mr. J, litre. Stock and liiilruttm,' pal Church in this place. All of them are is said he was not justifiable. Trhlle It Includes all minor department! of rural TO OP ministers in the Episcopal church. One of II. Eogtcman, wai the fortunate young Interfit, auch as the I'oaltry Yard, L'utomolozr, Gen, Manager Reuben Wells has aplady who drew tbe big doll on exhibition nuuxjiiiiu winjjrrj, teier .iii-pelated C. R. Barnhart Superintendent of them has accepted a call to preach at Paris in Masonhelmer'a during the holidays. Inary Kepllcs, Kara) QuMtloniand Aiuweri. Fireside Heading, Domestic Economy, and a aumma-rTransportation of the L. & N. and the tel- next year. One of them is in Louisville of th. news of the week. Ita Market Keporta A little negro child, whose mother is -Aud a Pretty- and one at Selma, Alabimi. The Rev. W. are unusually complete, an J much attention la egraph service of the Company. named Millie Jones, wan burned to death paid to tbe prospects o! tbo cropi, as throwing meeting of the Kentucky Habersham B unwell, who was here, is The annual Fridav by ite clothes catching fire at a Ilgbtupon one of tbe roost Important ofIt all nuei-tloWticntoJlatj ami When to Sill, li Mexican Veteran Association will be held running a cattle ranch in Colorado and stove. Millie lis a Illustrated, and la Intended to luntriy. In a servant in the family of at Flemingburg on February 22. Those preaching at such times and places as W. J. Bohon, and was about her work in continually Increasing degree, and In tho best icnscof tbo term, a Richmond Register. who expect to atten I should write to Gen. suits him. the house, having left her children in a LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, at Danville. 8peed S. Fry, LAND. STOCK AND CROP. cabin separate from the hue. When she Although Country Gentleman has been great public printing, binding and, lith The ly enlarged by increasing its aire from 10 la 20 I have 44 good cotton mules ready for returned to her room the child was burned pagci weekly, tbo terms roitlnuo as heretofore, ographing in Washington during the year cents' worth of Toys. Go aa Eoon as you read this to strictly In advance: Ono copy, one Who buya twenty-fiv- to a crisp. Another child she had left In a when paid 1M3 cost $2,801,274 42, an increase in the market for sale. Jamea A. Doty, near Hy- bed was unhurt. The one burned was year, ii.'iO; leur copies, S10, and an additional copy for tbo year freo to the sendrr of club; ten ntUville i Ivw j. expense of the Government printing office copui, $i0, and an additional copy for tbe year Robert Bonner owns nearly a hundred about four yeara old. free to the tender ol the club of $1,222,572.80 in fiye years. AII new subscribers for 1833, paying In adoung Ladies Club was hand The affecting the horees, among which Dexter, now 20 years vance now, will receive tlo paper wcelcly, from The general hard times is by Miss Zoe Welsh our receipt of the remittance, to January 1, 1885, somely entertained old, holds the place of honor. newspapers as well as other enterprises. Friday night, Those present were Misses without charge. R II, Crow bought 0 of the mules adSpecimen copies free. Address Very few of the great New York dailies are Sue McDowell, May Olmetead, Bailie Mc vertised in this paper by George Sambrook I'ub'.lihcra LVTItKIt IVVKKRJbSOX, Albany, Cor. Mn Sts., silking an adequate return on the capital N.Y Roberts, Mamie McRoberts, Bellle Fisher, hard press- for $025; 30 from F. Rjid at $112 and i8Teted, and three or four are F.or-enc- e Mamie Metcalfe, Annie Van Meter, several of other parties at $100 to $125. ed to survive. afSaBBBBM Slaughter. Nellie Lyle, Ilallie Young, Coburn & Eirlng, of Kansaa City, pur KaaaaW The total number of towns reported and Messis W. L. Bumrall, Harry Brigg, chased the Munsen ranch, In Northwest RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. nearly or wholly destroyed by earthquake Wm. Fible, Merry Hubbard, Frank Lse. 0 A faTorlts prescription or nnn nf tin university, the prls-o- Teaa, consisting cf 100,000 acres and ujfm uuieu anu aucceuiui specinnsu in me U. H i flpaln is 55. The at Grenada are greatly head o cattle, and over seventy miles Guy Wiseman, Theo. Tunis, W. II. Briggs, (now retired) for tho cure ol Xtrroum OtblUlu. and the hospital El. Farrand, F. M. WiUon, Joe Whit-thornI.cit .3fai?io!,!lufcHraa!tnd Iterutt. Hen I JVJVO GTCT of wire fence. The price paid was $800,000 CHOICE. J. W. Guest, Jr., and Geo, Evan, lapls.lntaledenvelopo-ce- & . Urugglstioalllllt damaged. The river Jorfeca has dlsap. Addrsts DR. WARD CO., Louisiana, Mo. cash. Jr. from Kb bed. jeaied I Stw-aaiteHBlhteiorloantRl year the With tie beginning!-thprice of the dally Cburfer Journal was re. e at sl W. L. Dawton sold to Tom Robinstn, 2 cows, 1,300 lbs., at $3.0(. Wheal advanced six cents a bushel last week and those farmers who have held their crops may reallzi handsomely yet. It Is said that large foreign orders are received, and cxportations upon an estoosive scle have commenced to Liverpool and ' ' othsr foreign, ports. Ten Merino sheep may be kept on what will sustain one cow weighing 1,000 pounds. The sheep will work up more straw into manure, and if they are ntlnlr breeding ewes will probably net as much or more income than the cow, and with Record. much lees labor. Cookty Court. Yesterday was a very disigreeable day, crowd small and but little stock on the market. Os.pt. II. T. Bush reports a few scrub cattle sales at 3 to 4 cents per pound. Some 2 j or 30 head of aged mules sold at S30 to $130 with brighter prospects or the tradp. A. 8. Wilcox, of Laurence county, Indiana, sold a steer of his own raising in Cincinnati last week which stande and measures six feet one inch in height, is seventeen feet five Inches from the tip of his smellers to the terminus of bis nimble fly.fighter; measures nine ftet four inches around the girth. He is five years old nnd draws the beam at pounds. His weight at home before ship- ping was 3.5S0 pounds. d, to-d- y The iSflw Groceries and House of f Hdware TAYLOR BROS. iiTJjs,i,caNr'V'iiJiJE3. nHLY. VffiBEHy Me Cteacesteat y Our Hardware and Pocliet Cutlery It aint W. H. HIGGINS, llrtrue, i.. I grand-daughter- en-su- ine Vemiy.&BK'AB Sim? PHARMACISTS, couil-outJrJ-- CSmm&r IknJrf ,r any-thin- partl-colore- ex-ce- d rfi 1 Stockholders' Meeting. T. R. WALTON J The Cheap Grocer, - Stockholders' Meeting. COR. MAIN A SOMERSET STS. 3,-8- Stockholders' Meeting. OIIlISTTVJV -- GOODS g85 NEW YEAR PRESENTS FIRE CRACKERS capon-dtne- c. ut PACK EVERY BOY, ,,, y m liber-eral- ly Picture Book to Every Girl, o T. R. WALTON'S, in and Somerset FREE! a 25,-00- Stanford.. - - - Xientiiclcy, FIItfjT 1 rai 1 The Rick ntutil ......, will be open again next I'deon of - Sri -, ..- Mr. Ed. DaJanuary 6, 1885 vison, had his left arm broken Saturday. BUnford, Ky lie was getting Ice and a large pleco fell on him, -a N. LOCAL TIME CUD. I. A FiEn January lit coal 'will be cash. ...,.,. 13 5 r.n. Mill train going North. ..1 M P. if. No order received utiles! left at the store -- ..,.., ... south 1 II Biuret strain" Mouth....-.- ., & Cur II fl II Cnlt t i S A.M. and paid for in adTanco, Bright ran, I. M. Bruce. on alattdarJ Unit. olar ! calculated Logan Davison, .. DM Tha (4t) time! about 20 nilnutoa liutsr LOCAL NOTICES. of the It haa always been a wonder to us why I willrnju'ither part owner, Mrs. L. Vf. EdwarJi, Br due January must settle up, I am ol tbe Alex. Morelind firm oiler needing the money and must have it this so many people come to town county court tit salr, tlirre being Buv your school books from Tenny A who Htinarpntlr havp nn earth It Imsi i!t. month. Kobt. S. Lytle. MoAltsler. ACHES THE TKAOT, any priccH yon can obtain elsewhere, freight lielnf; added. Also m to attend to. Yesterd.y crowds of'1 Watches and Jewelry repaired on short James T. Ciuio withdrew tbo 35 acres men stood in the cold drenching rain all Eighty Acres cf which sro Injurut, excepting 16 n full assortment oi Co (Huh, Cu'ch, Khronds and Itolicn, cmbrKC notice and warranted bf Pnny & McAHs ng 21 hifC all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware tobw nod the Acres, which re In of land belonging to the estate of his father, ter. day and if they paid out a cent, took in ft Acres li gooJ tlmlier wbrit, iitsted remain : Und, Irom thoim opposite Nt. Afupli Hotel. Stanford, Ky. stock ' 6( Jewelry, latest lying near town, at $00 per acre, yesterday proTfd A coMri.ETr. Uinvllle A llmtonTllle turnpike fnd cent or transicted any business whatever, theC. 8. R. It. The land, It not lold within tbo Jtockford watchon a specialty. Pen when it was put up nt auction. style, nobody saw them. But there is a charm next 3d dtjrt will b withdrawn. Tor further ny & McAlister. particulars and terms address moat MIlIedgeTllle Kjr , or call at tbe prcm sea. TAYLOR'S , ppE R fcgft-J- t Messr?. Ward k Lutes, the suflerers in attending ourt to the average Kentuck 2t . . TJIOJtSO V. PERSONAL. , by Are at Paiot Lick, ask us to extend their ian that no amount of discomfort can conn Co. Mit. James T. Ciuio, of Lebanon, is warmeU thanks to those friends who tried terbalance. t CH AMBERSBURG, PA. ' . so minfully to assist them when the llitnea The second performance of "Little REPORT OF THE CONDITION . here. , -- OFMns. John V. Wallace is TUItld'in gathered about their property. FivcAvardsat the Louisville Exposi Barefoot" was well attended and as heart! Mercer.' tion in 1883. I wish to say to the ladies, as it is the ly enjoyed as the first, though some of the The Farmers National Bank Mns. W. It. Ve&cn went to Lebinob leBS spirit than befirr. f t Endues from ? to 280 hons power. 3iv Mills frou- S2W to tbe UrpMt standard ilzs. I lit of January, please come and settle characters showed yceterdny. Eft P S&Cr Portable Corr. Miss Lucy Birton was as cute and as MUs from .tht. North I Carolina .Mill SIoub. -Co.. IK, ' AT 'fVO . . . . .!.L - wonu l Mis Jr.tME llocucn Lis (tone to their millinery bills as I am compelled to charming as ever in htr portrayal of the lor mum; tiiai lor taslt "r; .uiuiiu me use. Write fjr prices. Add esi In the Btato of Kentucky, at the Close of wlff5?lVMiaBa have money. Thanks for past patronage I Tiiit relative in ParWrlllc. l leading roli; Miss Fanrle Held acted Business. Deo 20, 1684. Miss. Klla Smiley ha been visiting solicit same. Itespt. Kate Dudderar. !lt OEO. D. WEAREX. BHsBaHsnil character of "Use" to perfection; her old home in Danville. O ENERAL ACT., RESOURCES. The Citizens National Bank of Lincaa Misi Bclsy Pennington was even better P. H AMTON, Dn.T. J, Rouon, the Tanner, and Mr. ter, considering that it has been in business than before in the part which seems so Loses an J dtteounti -- 1810,037 51 Agsnt. TraxellaB Btamfosd, K Ktrtc7mA:i:a .. 5,122 4C John W. Miller, better known aa "Tyro' but 22 months, makes one of the best state well suited to her; while Miss Sibra Pen Onrdrsft IT. ft fUndi tn4riire circulation. u .. .. 100,000 (0 pa'd tis a pleaant call yesterday. Oa a ctpital of nington won additional p raise as Farmer other stock, tnJ nd mortgag-i- .. meats of the period. .. 25,000 00 Mns. Lewib DuDDEiun's many frienda $135,000 it has loans and discounts of 23,802 89 Peace's wife. The other lady characters Das from approTe-- I rtterre agents B-A.,0"L.I3Swill be clad to learn she is slowly recover ll,22ii 62 SISTWjO; Its surplus fund ba- - reached were well sustained. William Peaeoihow Due from other National Ilanki Tr3 inc. Ileal ((tats, furniture rdJ fixtures- 8,115 90 Mm John B. Wkllmajj, ofGlIeli $2,105 and its deposits over a hundred cd less enthusiasm and was hardly up to C irrrnt eipecie anJ fax- - paid 20 SO I1 6,810 78 ...... burr, is tliitlsg Mrs. 1'oweni and diugh thousand. A dividend of 3 per cent is be- his first fine performance; Will Severance I'rriu'uin . ,C20 00 ing paid out. Cishier J. P. Sindifer dc greatly improved his ' Jemmy," which was Hills of oilier lUnta ttrs. The handsome Miss Beauregard Blew serves to be congratulated. one cf the best sustained characters of the Fractional ).ipr currency, nliktla und 6 1C ... rrimles. art, of Crab Orchard, is visitioi; friends 4 000 00 In response to our imjjiry regarding the cast; improvement was also noticeable in Srtcle.... here. ... 8,W'I 00 youths who Dr. W B. Penny V "Farmer Peace" and Legal tender notes Mm Caiuue Sinwrit, of South Din nanus of the two Lincoln Iledeuip Jvn fund with U. 8. Trr aiurer sb "Krippenensor" Porter Stagg fairly outmiibehaved in a church at Somerset, the (5 4,00 00 ville, has been visItitK relatives here for Nti t of clrcula'lon) .......... make-uwas splendid Ttlvjroi'h says. 'The nsmes of the two did himself. His A Wagon dayr. several ....t5l?,lll 22 and his actions well suited to tbe part. Total Mji, E. 8. PouxiL and 'Squire L. I). young men were Allie Diinn and a LIABILITIES. also will pus them Al. Warren was somewhat more at home. Capital Mock paid In ..J203,C0O 03 Adams, of Writ Had, dropped in to see us Pennington. We hope you - CI, COO 32 around. They deserve it," We do not The music was a decided feature of the Surplus 'und , , Tbe overture by the Gold UndlTtdc-- 1 profit am authorized (o fell nt verj L,otv PrlccK to reduce 10.W9 23 Which know Allie Dunn and judging from this entertainment. MryOlAMlETecKEn, who has been National Bank Note outrtanJIng - S0.CCO CO stock. TliC8c Vehicles are nil FIICST-ULAS- H and As to and Silver Bind was especially fine and we have not lost so very much. C) to spending the holidays s( home, returned to fcccond to none niHtfe. the members showed up well in their full IndUIdual deposit! luVJect check..... 12J,3iO (0 Pennington, it surely can not be our ,...... 7, SIC Due to otber National tank. school at Lonisville Monday. dress suits. Mr. F. J. Campbell assisted 13.131 16 to State, fenkaand Banker Mns Mattie Finneix, of Lancaster, Bourne, who is engaged in farming near with the cornet the piano by Mrs. L. F. Pus ..J512.1U 22 and Mr. Mary Brosddns, of Mndiion, are Sjuurtet. lie was raised loo well for. that. Huffman and the violin by Prof. Baker Total TATn OF KHNTt'CKV, 1 .. COMMISSION visltlog their mother, Mrs. W. T. Tyite. 1685 Wish and good musicians remarked that someof 1885. AN50CKCKMENT. County of Mucoln. Mm Fan.mi: Hili, returned to DitiKii log all mj friends and patronaa happy and their performances could not have been I. .Inn. II. Dwder. Ca. titer of the alorc named Sllaiik, ilotolemni-twrn- r that tho alote itatouient ter's Collsw TtstedaT and Misses Irrie prosperous new year, J beg to return thanks improved upon. Between the second and la Uuc to Ice oi my Knowinige ami ueiiei. and IUiod Portman to Hamilton College. to one and all for a liberal patronage in the third acta the accomplished vocalist, Miss JNO. II. OWsLEY, Cashier. -- Oi'it friend, W, L. Barnes, late a mer. snd tworn to U fire nic this 31 day II. C. ISItlGIIT. put and ask a continuance of faron during Georgia Eldridge, by special request, fa W. M. HI!IGI1T,N.1UC. rhant at Paint Lick, ha sold out and en- the tfcenary closing out of my business vored the audience with "The Last Rose of cl Jan ,lbs) caged with Jiess, Mjer k Co., as traveling My determination is to sell out and retire Summer" and in response to ,a hearty en Correct atteit: If. Shanks, salesman. Directors. W. Aicoarr, ray pol cere, sang 'The O.'d Folks at Home." She from the mercantile buslnesa and K. OtVBLET -- Mn V. T ahi J. C. Tivker IeiVe to-- jcy j, l0 0fftt ,ucb, inducementa aa will tf-d-ay has a remarkably sweet mzz suprano for a bur eastern trip. They expect to fect ,T,jcj, Miel reKardltM of low, there voice, finely cultivated and of good vol cn on hot. cierelanu at Albanr before 1U4.. ,.iii guarantee il,.i- ,,-.. rr .. ,v ume,.and her charming and unaffected REPORT OF THE CONDITION , V " they return. OF THE will prove a bargain, RercctfuUy, J. W, manner of singing won her the highest Oai'T. Geo. IL MoKi.hxey has been Hsyden, 6lanford, Jan. 1, 1685. and heartiest applause. This part praire NATIONAL BANK appointed solicitor for the Iboce Tobacco the .Ippmprb of the Stanford Creamery hero of tbe prrformance was not down on Warehoure, Lotiisrillr, and raissra of ibe A milk cow bills and those who were unaware of it, OP is a problem for the farmers. weed would dowell to see him, will produce ono'half gallon of were m:st delightfully surprised. General At Btnnford. In tho State of Kentucky, C. K IlAinttn, the'father inlaw and worth $10 Manager L. F. Huffman deserves congratnt Close of Business, Dec. 20, 1884. MiMJeIe Hatcher, flitrrln law of Mr. cream'per day,which is 27 cents cash at your ulation on the success of his entertaindoor per day or SI 75 per week or $7 per J r P. Miliinnsy csme to attend his buriIIF.SOUIICEH. ments. He ought to go regularly in the I - SM8.3I3 66 Loans ana Discounts al The latter wai greatly ittached to month or SS per jear. This leaves to the people" all OterUrsfls 3,412 69 I. iro farmer all the skimmed milk and the calf. buslneis and take his "show t 500,000 00 Ulnny Cohen and 6m Straus, who Jf this be true it is much easier made over the cauntrr. Tuere'a million in it. U.S. BonU to eeeurc circulation 200 CO U. S. Eonds on hind bare beeu here for a month, closins; out' a money than any now earned b; our farm31,100 CO Tnn Creamery at Stanford is now a fixed Other itockf.lon'K 1,913 22 agents stock of clothlnir, leife to day. Mr. Cohen ers, especially when they feed no corn and fsct, the necessary stock for the land, build- Due from ari'TO'cl - 1,791 M .ii'likes to Irare Terr much but Smjnij's enrich rather than exhaust their lands. ,If ing and machinery, having been subscribed. Due from other Katlonal Hanks C93 08 Due from State Banks anil hankers ex rrience doei make hlta hanker after the a farmer keep ten cows, this is S 10; if he By the terms of the contract, the building Ileal Estate, furniture and fixtures 10,12.' 75 3,(05 76 t town. keep 20 cows it is $1,GS0 besides tbo calfj and everything connected therewith will Current Mfenfa and taiea raid...- -. ... 21,975 K .. A.mono the pretty Hutonyllle girls Premiums raid ad infinitum, etc., so on 993 19 bo complete by the first day of April, 1SS5, Checks and other cash Items at the pcrformancs of "Little Barefoot," 2,3 ) 00 Suicide. Th family of Capl. George at which time, the company composed..cf Bills of other banks Friday night, were Mines Anne Cook, and currrncy, AND DEALERS IX bj ready to Fractional 11 & Killie Cook, Helen Keid, Usssie Drye, "T." II. McKinney were shocked Saturday Lincoln county cilixens will fennic. begin operations. 915 70 acd Mack Lcan and Mattie Dinwiddle. morning by a telegram from Louisville notes succeed without This cnterpriie son, Mr. Mer. James B. Cook, Djck Drye, Billy staling that hisown life. Jos. P. McKinney, the cooperation ofcan not farmers, for it U Legal teiiier fund wl'.n U. S. Treasurer 12.S93 00 r.edvuiptlut) tho Tho Capl. left by Weatherfotd and others that we did not had taken his 9,000 00 (5 tir cent, of ciiuulatlon) only, that the raw material, from that class the first train and the family were in know accompanied them, !U,7814- -' Total to tbe particulars till the follow, the crtaui, can be obtained. This cooperaMn. E. V. Jones and family, accomLIABILITIES. ing morning. As slated by the newspaper tion can not be be expected unlets it can Capital .etock paid In 250,000 (0 panied by Miss Jeannie Buchannan, a tho interest of Surplus Fund 5,000 CO who ther are as follow: Mr. McKinney, who be shown to be clsarly to charming and intellectual young lady, IMS.' S7 of Tspp, Leathers the farmerr. If the farmer can be con vino Undllded profits.- gained such a wide and enviable reputation had been in the employ IS0.P00 00 profitable for him National Ban Notts ou'itandlDg.. 114,882 32 acd showed marvelous literary attainments A Co , for seventeen years, was recently ed that it will be more IndUIdual Deposit! auUJect to check fifty milk Due to other Katlonal Banks twenty or even MSC 64 as n coirespondrntof the K'TEKUU Jovit- - intormed that owing to a rtsgnaiicn in to ken ten. 2,933 (9 othDue to State tank and hankers viriling the families of Mew. business, tho Gtm would dipenso with his cows thatt a similar investment in any kai., are !.000 00 and that one of its er farming operation, then cream can be Notes snd bills (J Bobndsand J. L..SUin -- Hanodf services after Jan. lit, 0.000 CO Bills payable members would take his pUce. The mat obtained in this county in abundance to burg Democrat. ..J614,78t 42 Toial ter seeuud to weigh considerably on his sustain this new enterprise. It is claimed STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) LOCAL MATTERS. Leathern had secured that an experience of about nine years in mind, though Capt. County of Lincoln, J" McKoberts, Cashier of aboTC named I, Comi: and see our big display of hall and another position for him to commence in other States, has clearly demonstrated i.mir Jno. J. nlttiiilv siTKir that the alfCTJ .in " February lit. The day before the suicide the fact that a farmer csn nuke net upon I statemtnt Is true tft the uf my knowledge and library lamps. Bright k Curran he got a young man to hare his pistol re one average miiK cow, aoove expecte oi me thl 5th day sworn to H J. Darht offers for wile 12 building loaded, saying that he might have occa keeping and caring for stock, seventy dol- ol auWrIleland W. M. BUICUIT.N. F. L. C. Jan . ltS5. and 'nn 'ots. (1(1x132 feet, between Stanford ti tie it. He was accustomed to go to lar psr annum. This is certainly a re- CoRr.WT ArrtsTS. H'CKRt, ") J. Kowlsnd, well located snd nccesilbld iha store at G o'clock in the morning to let markable showing. Whether true or not, Directors.. II C 1'KKiiiT. V V). Vv.SDI VKKR, J who went to work at that we of course do not know, but it is most new in the employes, Ji'srr Kkcmvu. Two hogsheads hour, but when the assistant clerk arrived certainly worth careful investigation and crop N O Sugar, very bright goods that REPORT OF THE CONDITION Bright he found the door locked. He procured inquiry upon the part of our farmers. ve are still selling 18 lb. for SI. a key and going into the office the The creamery compauy here will pay OF IIIK- A Curran. ghastly spectacle of Mr. McKinney lying in cash nt each farmei'B door the highest , . i ;1 1 J Just In. A very handsome line of Din- on his back in a pool of blood met his market price for cream, that price, of course National Bank of Hustonville. Tt and Chamber sets were received too sight. A pistol win lying by his tide and necersirily vaying with the price of butter ner late for the holiday trade. Will sell very it was eoon seen that a bullet had entered in tbe butter markets of the country, but In the State of KentuoVy.at the closo of business Dec. 20, 1894. low. Bright k Curran. his right temple and passing through the the price never falls below fifty cents per l.LOi'EMEJJT, Misa Allie King, daugh- head had com) out at the back of his neck. gallon and ranges from that to sixty-fivRESOURCES. 575,473 11 ter of Mr. G.W. King, of Crab Orchard, No noto or anything to furnieh a cluo to cents rer gallon. Loans and discount'...' furnishes to each Overdrafts .... rash act was left and rumors of course The creamery company 2iS' and Mr. James Kinp, (no relation) took the the 20,00) 01 train at Richmond Junction Sunday night were soon rife that he wai a defaulter, but farmer, at first cost, admirable patent milk U.S. Bond to wciiro Circulation 11,695 CC from approred reservo agents for Knoxville. where tbey were no doubt this watt promptly denied by the firm, who cans, by which the cream h separated from D.ie S.131 50 Hanks and rapid- D ;c from other National ani fixtures The old folks ob- speak in the highest terms of hU fine bus! the milk much more thoroughly 1,495 69 made one yesterday, neat Estate, Furniture 402 25 n;s3 qualities and eterling integrity, for he ly than the old fashioned way andbz which Current expenses and taxes paid jected to the match and sb usual got left. 197 70 mn.l Ath.r r.niih ttpm. was indeed faithful to his duties and true through a transparent register on the "uv ir. . ..... "D.vnic Days," the thrillingly interested tj his friends. Mr. McKinney was 38 nnv rhild cm tell at a clancs the exCt r'p!rcurrcB 01 serial story now running in this paper, La yean of sge, a very large man and appa l,5t CO quantity of cretm In n can. It is clnimsd. Bills of othtr Banks brcn printed in book form and hat proved rently a jolly one. Certainly there wsb 21200 oo that an ordinary milk cow will produce one the most popular novelette of the period, nothing in his looks to indicate that he j,.ifoUnn of cream ner day. It is a well fund with U. S. Treasurer lUJemntlou 900 0) In London last month. 190,000 wero sold. would ever take his own life. About 13 established fact that the celebrated Jerey I'jperrcnt. tf circulation) . Subscriber, who wish it, cm h: supplied years ago he was married to a daughter of caw, Marian, produced nearly three gallons S.2S.2M 7 Total with bick numbers by application to this Mr. C, E Hatcher, former proprietor of of cream per day. Lincoln county haa 9 LIABILITIES. ofS:e. 50,000 00 the National Hotel, Louisville, and she certainly as many advantages in point of Capital Stock ld in 3,(00 CO County Couut. Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, with two children survivo him. She was lraes and water as any other locality In the Surrlua fundrroSti 2,804 81 VndfTlded of Stanford, was granted tavern license yes absent from home when the terrible news United States In which creameries have National Bank coles outiianuini it,wv vj 43,611 81 terday and bo were Mrs. M. L. Hrrria and was received, hut arrived in time to accom been established and succeeifully operated Individual PeioltB(uljJect to cbeel: 4' OF UXIVEKSAIi KNOAVLEDGE. Sam Hardin both at Crab Orchard. J. N. pany the corpse to this place, where after It is to be hoped that our farmers will look Due toctler NmImuI Banks Craig lying nt Capt. McKinney'd Sunday night, carefully into the matter ana n upou .u- TutBj LATEST, CHEAPEST, AND MOST COMPLETE CYCLOPEDIA PUBLISHED sres.vsi Menefee qualified sb sheriff with .. f . r. . ill u mh feTATE OF KENTUCKY, ) Cowan ts Burctirs. In the it wna laid to rest yesterday morning by yestigaticn they are saiuueu .i iuai Lynn and 8. F. I Couuty of Lincoln, afternoon tho iheriff presented hie delin- the Masonic fraternity of which he was a pay and pay largely, they will by (priDK a herd, rotitvirt of All the largo nrd costly rcnMJ!iw, lo yic ill J Jed J ivjt I, 3. f. Hccker, Cashier of the aoce named quent list to tho couit ccmpoBed of th bright member. Tho bereaved have the make arraoRementB to Increase their F.inW. do soleunlr siscsr tbat tlioabave statement I nyw 0iWUV , " magistrates, from which it dcdicUd 20 sincere spnipathy of their friends in their of milk cows and thus while substantially It true to tbe best of v iiiv mivibjv m.lUhfl 'j liellef. i"illv tui'ivii In IliA tiVuMr'A ..v.. ist "r TllrtlAIIll I (illrtl IHf? '3 "J."knowledsc snd V. uuv.fc.r.1., lasaier. allowed him to return Till, which ii sad nfiliction. Mr. Hatcher's theory of the ..r,fittm. tViPmselves and aid in eatttblish t BoiV PRACTICAL IN WmMW and THE ?81 SoTT a SW&KT. ,. ...i n.!.ncii,l)iv ntirnrlc in ..- - tV.I. . o,i ,l,r. .i .nr..n ,. ir. 113 more than last year. Property lists to cause of the act is that Mr. McKinney sic K PEACOCK, N. I'. ' THE CHEAPEST IN PRICE. of.Jtu'' lb'5- cjunty. FOR tSE THE MOST CONVENIENT the amount of $0,557 were aleo returned. rlficcil himself for his wits and children, so T est! Corrct-- Att A fH .ool ARcntHunuloil. Forpttrllcnlnrs atldresa dinlnc room was ordered to be built at that they could get (he insurance that he NoliI1ySnl.rrlilln. A hit AsliuhtPhockofemhtpuke 1 Ehwabd Ai.coax. "WAIjKKIS, DODGSON V; CO., r, and 7 West Fourth St., Cliieluu.tl, 0. j.w.WuAritKBKoaD, Directors. the poor house. The court will be In ses canied on his life, which is thmight to at ariou points in Maryland and Virgitit i T.J. Hoawtox, amount to 510,000. Friday night. sion today. Every one Indebted to lt, me for accounts A noitec fell with Bourne Pennington 1ET ADVKBTlHKME.ITK. yesterday and crushed his foot in a terrible manner. or Firm. II. J. McKoberts . Chance has succeeded Col. T. W, Miller in the firm All inJelted to the staU) of tbe late J. come forward noil iel of Oeo. II. Bruce A Co. The new firm as M. Carter, r., will m thou-twh ttie estate Is Indebted will tls.ncd all assets and will pay the liabilities, prtirnt their dilrui, properly prorsn, lor fsy- cutnes .11 consequently there will bono interruption wtui wnuin iut urn31. uaj. J. VAHTMill, AJtnr, 40S3t in the running and collecting of accounts. The firm name hereafter will be Bruce k SALE oi'LAND. McKoberts. Notice s ! It Mp r W1&1IH, UNDERTAKER, D -- J AKD- JDeaiei- - in DF'ui'iiitiire ! PIUVATE A Full and complete iiMvortliTFiiTor Fitriildtrc, cmbrncluu ov crjthlug from the Clieapefit to the Finest Parlor Suites. Sot ncetl to go to the large cities to make jour niirclinHcg, no matter what quantity r quality yon want, uh I can and will duplicate j -- ss Taylor Manufactaring - rEigi, ? 1 jr In Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons and Buck Boards. largo consignment received from the Spikes Company; several Columbus ttuggy Company's Vehicles, I ' GEO. D. WEAKEN, MERCHANT. I il f. j. ccien.iiv. nnr,,. BRIGHT & CU RRAN FIRST WHOLESALE XSn KETAIIi s re-tr- rs 1 GBOCEB jr e 'as Hardware, Queensware, Farming Implements of all kinds, lt Buggies, Wagons, &c., Salt, Lime and Cement. ' -- e thank our friends for their very liberal patronage in the past year and hope by fair dealing to merit a continuance in the future. Respectfully, e taKe tiiitt opporuiiiiiv to ..:.. ""'"?' 5".:Z""Z "'"".. BRIGHT & CURRAN. ( , -- Fv mlfkf-itoi- .1 -- ( SmUiR lS l ... j I . . 1 I 7 jacted very much to being hurried. So it W. F. McCL.illY PHOrKKSIOSiL Mf!ysawaatwigMaen witt., mm, latwtMi was that, in splta of ths pressing need for Is aramlldsto for representlttre of Lincoln counimmodlata flight, we were still in Loudon. ty, subject to the action ol tho democracy. ALEX. ANDEUBON, The dangerous dolaymade me naivous, AL'rXOIXNJBV A.T LAW, excitable and This stato ot Jaauary Stanford, Ky., DANVILLE, KY mind was not without bonaflt to our cause, as my manner as well as my looks fully con- Will practice la the Courts of Boris and adjoining Is a candidate 'or represntattT of Lincoln coun. vinced my mother that my own health waa counties aad la the Court of Appeals. TjnthsnsilLUUtu.-,jjbjK- t to tat action I WCsNDER hovV. tho koW object of the journsr. So, like a of the dtmocracyi j( b. good nraature, she et to work in thorough Life,) A.t Junw. THI QPtttAT earnest to get everything ready for our de- And Muter Commissioner Uockouil Circuit Coun concerned. I wonder how they can hara mot, MT. VERNON, KY. 1 parture. I found that although, with the two Those two. who, nhoro tho bluo wars vral Will msrnlng wo ware to start tions a prsctlo In the Itockcssll Courts. Collecabove named, there was n? settled Tho shining sands, nro pacing by (US) specialty. Offlc In international law ou th subject, there was I prayed Heaven, that it might opt be too 810 looking swootly coy and shy, byWdsrhVlsTe Ho pleased, though rather cool ai yotf hours might a kind ot unwritten substitute, which was lato; that tha next twenty-fou- r rapture of hli murderer, Henry Roberts. Huberts IiBH T. HUFFMAN. knaw.n by tha name of th Comity of Na- - pass without what I dreaded taking place. is about II years of age, dirk complexion, An hour or moro I soo thsy let BTANrOIlD. KY. ejee, smooth face and very bs 1 countenance, hut For I knew that by now that ghaitly object tiona Under this code ot courtesy anotori rtb. Blip quickly by. How can thoy Ret on the roadside muit be lying with the light Offlcs 8outh side Main Street, two doors above cr heavy bull), weighing probably 130 Munis. ous crlmlna), who bad sought retuze In tha tha Mf rs Uouli Such pleasure from tho sea aad skyt ot day on Its peie facat arms of another country, was not uncomPure Nitrous Oxide Oss administered when I wonder howl With an effort I opened ths morning's pamonly, a'thougb there was no law unJer Look, Read and Remember Thoycoma, when now the surf Li sot, wbfeb he could be arrested, given up to his per, and ran hastily up and down the colOJl. W. B. PENNY, IltiHiinlng'sorne iwcat old loro duot; THAT pursuers, by being simply driven across the umns. What cared I for politics, foreign HWbeori his cane jwrchalupon hih, TOontlMt. intelligence! Hro treatise ot tha country )a which he had hoped news, or money-markT. Ho swing her hat as they pass uigh. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I to And security. Howsrsr, I gathered that was tbe one paragraph which rivaled all my Bossm day 'twill brralcj-thhe!c i1!1 "a ,'nJ w'h witching hat, comity was scarcely expected attention The white tomb had glveu up this Oalc.frr RabU3. 1LytU's store. Ode hour ttVi'5c,A,!.;,.l.,,,S"? A'"line of Cskee and Wlltoil rvsh Itn. of I wondor how a.m. and to Jr. M. Anesthetics ad ..",' "" " "' to ba exercised by the moit friendly state, Us secret! lleadl To ma those words wera from 8 CHHIiHtH StW'lllrilll aito da llas-iyr-.J ailnlitered wneo necessary. baking fbr customers. All orders prepared to and written in letters ot Are I for Icing unless the fugitive had fled almost, A PRINCE'S PLEASURES. ornamenting axeruted at ahort notice. 3H0HTCST AMD QWCKESI MUTE "IIorbiblx Discovert Ncan Ropuro, and no placed bis guilt bey pad doubt. 80J. T. HAM HIS. reuttLosuviLirTOTHs ! Tho Way In Which "Tuinmj" Wales No ona exactly knew h$w far this obliging Tha melting ot the snow has brought to light expulsion might be counted upon. 'It was what tofall appearances Is a fearful ctIds. Amuses Himself. genorally supposed to be decided by tha Yesterday afternoon a laborer walking on Ou account of my tilling health, I offer for tale London Cor. San Francisco Argonaut. amount, of influence or persuasion, which oat ths highway discovered the body ot a gen- my well known work UuVet, Id hands high, used atraasaars I, dam say you majr rememboi n story government exercised oil the other. by tha roadside. to the cars, sound, gentle and true pullers, and tleman lying His death Without cbangs la which got out last year about a tactical Memphis, had been causad by a pistol shot It Is sup- when I advertise In Tin lirrnaioa Jouatrat. I This information rather upsit my precon tittle liock, Mentfomti Ktthvlllt, Ri.i.ml AflAnla joko that was plnyod at Cowos duxtng ths ceived idea as to the ease with which safety posed that it must have occurred on tbe hir never tailed to sell, and toon at that. JaeksonMiie, Mobile, and Ntw Orlsacs. X. DA VIEH8. T. LculsTllle, Ky anclnnatl, yachting week on a lady naawd JC s. Ciut, might be obtained; but reflection told me I night ot tbe great snow storm, and that the and IndUnapoJIs. r5-t- f Stanford, Ky. Boia Deck" whoso. houso at that tlmo every rwr Is a hid little to tear. The case against I'blllppa body has nln over since under tha snow, Haines , J. A C. Hschr, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA A Sons', favorite resort of tho prince of Ws. las and could be nothing more than ona ot sus- which had drifted to the depth ot soma feet Oo.'s 'Cottage, Upright and Sauar llano Forts? In falaca Cars Without Chang. ! alto the Ettey, ShonlngeranJ Hamilton Orgaca! his followers. It seems that Mr fast wm picion. No ona, not even I myself, bad seen The facts that death must have beon instnn Instruments Md at prices and Urmt to suit told that tho French cabinet ininistjr, M. the daed dona. SHORT LINE TO THE A warrant would, no taneous, an I that no wrnpon can be found IHw't give your orders tilt you gel oar I hire rein ised ta corner Msla A Denot sis., and prices and terms. Wriddington, was in Cowos, and tho princo doubt, be Issued for1 her arrest; but it our near tbe spot, do away with the theory ot sroasLouletllle la falact Cars wlthenl change. Ky. am requostod that he be invitod to dinner by bar flight precluded its execution I did not be- suicide. Letters and papers found upon the and prepired to serve the lidlm In style and at other kinds of sowing la ths beet FMIHQAUTC Seeking homtt on Ih to meet his royal highness. Tho iavitatlon liea that any government would put itsolf corpse tend to show It to be that ot Sir Mer- - reasonable rates. Soliciting a share ol your pttron- I O line UiniUnntl law rate a. ol this road will was, of course, given, and tho dinner took out of tbe way to aid the .English law. vyn f errand, uart special iba uniortunat gen- tee, lam, respecllulir, College. receiveAgtatiof this Cimptnr fjr rates, rantte See place. After dlnnsr tha gentlamon camo Tliere was no ona, save myself, who could tleman's friends have been communicated JUS'S KI.LA 8MI.EV, Stanford, Ky. e., or write 3Mm C. P. ATWORr'. G. P. L T, A. Into tho drawing-room- , and thoro, in Mrs. positlToly swear that Btr Mcrvyn Farraud with, and tho Inquest will ba opened toixK. '" Louislif, Kr. Custa prosenco, on alt)rcatlon soon arow had boon killed by rhlllppo. morrow." between M. Waddlngton and Lord Charles For some minutes I sat like ona stunned. I learned that Spain was then, even as it With a Full of Teachers, Hereaford. Tha rudsst, nioit insulting opi-- , Is now, tha land safest against English law Inevitable as it was that the discovery CHESAPEAKE UNO OHIO tliets wero applied to tho French poopla ia Perhaps tha reason is that the grave yet at should be made, the shock seemed scarcely This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen aad This Institution will opsn Its Fifteenth fcViloa genoral, and M. Waddlngton in particular, times Spaniard reckons human lightened by the foreknowledge; the danjsr tramps not to trespass on our lands without peron lb 1st Monday In tieptember next. tha war of words ending in M. Waddlngton H'o at a lower value than mora northerly seemed no lass terrible. Oh, that we btA mission, as all such acts are liable to be proctuted belajjliugtUxl out of tho room into tha gar- - tationv Any way, it was to 8pain that I started yesterday were even to start to- to the Till exteatof the law. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A Signed. Httatord. Ky March 17th, 1MJ. den, and thrown over tha wall Into th ro J. urnad my eyes: Spain that I resolved to day I What might not happen before ormack, D. wuta iv. si. ro. I My first impulse was to II. McKlttrick. Shortly nftor be prosonted himself azaln. reach without an hour's unenforced delay. morning A.-iCarpenter, T. Bush, THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE Washington, ruvereu witn uusi, woon, at We MriKMt so Philadelphia N.Y. ins very next day i oroacned the subject go to my mother and beg her to hasten our F. Held, 1. rosiiop, Levi Hubble, licitation of Mrs. Cust, who waq almost la a of foreign traral to my mother. Although departure; but reflection showed me how K.Cobb, Are taoxht, a veil u V. D. Hhedet, ... 04HVW IUOJ Aaa. IHnlns Kelly, Tie nly line running taiut, a peaca was patched up. Another row ' mj t A at A UIO f.M.4 n.EVlI a !.. .!.. Ull. unwise this course would be. I should alarm B.U.AJ. F. Oarer, uaa W. C. McCormack, gTJ IC. THE IjANOOAOES. DKAW-IN?n bfgan, onduig as before. Tho princo mat I was overjoyed to see the terms upon her alarm Phillppa l I could give no M. a I.Ttle. U.L. Carter PULLMAJT JTEW 8LKEPIS0 OAKS My one longing was to keep tha news T. J. Hill, J.W.Weitherford, throughout the proceedings was conniUod which sua ana riiiuppi stood. The girl AND I'AINTINO. wra. nuriou. G Vaney, with laughter. Somehow tha aifair reached emd to cling to net as to a natural pro- from myoor love. Let bar real that para- J. A. Harris. J. 8. Murphy, tho ears of tho Fronch ambassador la Lon- tector saemed, rsady to install her in the graph, and who could answer for tha conseJ. M. Hill. P. W. Carter, don, and ha wrote to Lord Granville about plaoaot the mother she had lost After all, quences! Looking as a msdlcal man. at he r Ed. Carter. JlUMeAIttUr, J. D. Jones, tha tore of her own sex is Indispensable to a case, I knew that thtre was something about T.J. Foster. it Thou tho truth had to coma out It raosi In tk Id Tuition, price rang from S3 to White. J. Q. Voolgomtrr woman's happinass. It did ray heart good that night which troubled ber; some dream, T. Mv SI wasn't M. Waddlngton at all, but "Bull Run" rccular Departments. Frlmary, tU; InUrmedlat If. h. arcum, UA. Benedict, L0HlTlIIetClBclBiuU aad to seal tha two together. Phillppa talked to or Moiblance ot dream, to which, fortu S9, and Collt(taU, WO. UusboH, who had dressed up to repront R9; rrtpaislojy, W. E. Amon H.T. Kussell. him, tha whole thing being concocted by my mothsr asjhs had, neter talked to me; nately, she could as yet give no coherence. A. D. NewUal. U.J. DaraU. H. W.aiseru. af-A i; Newltnd. know that when' the jl ay came upon Lot ber learn that Sir MsrrrR Ferraad had JiOrd Charles Borosfonl for tho amusohwnt far full particulars, as to BM, Ac, adlrtas tyrt as. v, saiiKisEAHT, whlbh I should ask for the only reward I ever since that night bean lying dsad where ju. H.rtwitt of tho princo of Wales. CITTr. fltaattnl. Lincoln 0., Ky. buch was last year a fun, and horo Is what wanted.. mymctber's kindness to tbe for- - she met him, tbe fearful truth must coma Concecttn la earn liepol with fast trains for shaBae-stricxgirl would be an to her. Nol not a word to excite her susHappened this year. After dinner when, as I picion. My task, was a twofold on. I hal Can be Made wioro.all tho guests wero assembled, in tha mvsaii to Safe bar pot only from what I suppoi t drawing-room- , an old woman, ia a But could it ever be) Could we know must call justice, but also from hersalt' l Rr anr man or woman, girl or boy who will ortsn-li- t French costume with very short skirts, sudTha Direct Boate toiLTBekbsrr, , DfcB clubs lot Ut WEEKLY WOKLD. thegreat "ana denly made her appearance, and, onoJ)f tha happiness in the face ot that dark night's seemed to m that the latter was the hard itpatofmx,work5.bu.I-w9ul- d. I thought do it U and t)m newspaper ,compIst In all departments. heart sank-aTill. arfolk, company being requested to play soraTlivoly work I "Ah nw!-m- y Agects For 1M ut" that any day might bring tha crushing swor J would, da It. I would keep watob crtrs atpaid IN' ftalQl-- l ,ch ra wiuk, opora bouffo airs on the plauo-fortII in sue E. "&. BURN8EDE, to see that nothing resobtd berr raid, ftfrSOtubtcrlbsn. 112, ior U tiibscrllwis, 16: All Virglnfii and Korth Carolini to dance the cau can. At last sou sat blow. Lot thera be no delay. Lit me not and ward, dowa oinid a round of applaiwa, and than a I blama myaalf hereafter for any negligence that she bearJ nothing which could 4wakan for IS subscribers, J; (or 10 subscribers, Ii; for 3 Polnta. tubecrltert. II. or falsa security. Let us away from thj memoriss of those mercifully abwnt hours. For tlrktlt aad quadrillo was formed, tha old woman Well Known yeur Mtntt ticks! turthtror Infcwtaalloo apply to Agents waatatl la tttfy town atul village This Old I I tor tha paper to pieces nd burned it I perilj; 60c. aJJn a and jsmple copies fre. ftnd for tartu. tha prince to be bn- partnor. Al- I Maintains its., 'Mather." I said, "will you ccma abroad think of all my dark dan that ona was tha THE WORLD Is ths banner Democratic Nawa- though, uot oxactly the nroiwr tluW.-AJfertlslr. At . TUsil a4 Pt. one I woud be least willing to pass again. I fap'rtue Union. Errry Democrat aheuld read High with Philippa and mel" a! couldat, rofuso. irllsAwe. UulstllU, Atu After tho (paadrilla I "Abroad, Baslll I have only K. l; Huadsv. IL3C; AHO just come trembled at every footstep on tha stairs. Weekly, II rryear. aho wriwdd'enly diaappoaxod, peo-pl- o anJ Any man who paused for a mosasnt outside boma," OMMMar. Osss'l rs'rjL?t. Iti Proprletar ia Setemlsei that who fcbo', was. vrfrfl worideriu tttrhateatl. VtrwtaU "No matter, come with us at onca. Let our windows sent a cold chill ovar in. And when tha door wai it Bhall b iMMld to BO CoatTT thrown oin us go (o soma place where there is warmth in tbe midst f my ralrf I bad, to war, a and fin walked fair Harry Koppjl. HeUl in tk SUte ia Fare, It W cheerful fade, an I ialk to Philippa and lay will club the SiM.WBKi.r Isrsatoa Let us go to Spain." noodod but a glance to see that he it was who ind bright sunshine. AjMiattmeati, or "Spain! r.hy Spain Besides, surely Phil- mother about tha pleasure of, our .project 1 Joi's.saI. with the Weeklr World one J ear fur KENTUCKY CErlTBJIt y fiatl been masquerading as tha ancioat World. 13 SO. and tioa ta UMaitrt or i 75; with y journey I Abl if we only reached tha end of with the Dal the W.rM tor pa is not fit for a laug II. French damsel, and great wad tho morriment ip "It will do her good. Journey tkeir OiMU, Her recollections of it in safety the .pleasure would not be altoW P. WALfON.ataoford.Ky. thereat Sir Harry Keppl is a man of 73, MiIlHtGraii gether imsghjaty, country are but sad. outs." ' and, notwithstanding his' aje, is ona of tha this Batr;! wlllbt twasttel ( aeeattalatleat 4 8honest and Quickest One again I say, If you cannot feel with aa4frath "Well, in a week or two I wilt see about A.T charge. fl trial princo's most constant companions and folBonte from me, throw mr tale asidt, Heaven knows it t CtantrellTrTiltrs. Tha Barwlll lowers. Fancy a man ot his age, and an if.' tral Keatnckj to all PoinU North, "No. at once. Let us alwaja taiallesl with th ekolrtst or ,ls a sombre onal I was breaking tha law; admiral of tho fleet, consenting to such an tha nest day. Mother, Istart as a Eut, West aad Southwest. kraasa er sal Clsart. ask it favor.' concealing what tha law calls a crime; doexhibition of want of dignity on his port' Vast Llns IWtwno Orrostts Coust.IIocsb "Oiva ma some good reason, Basil, and I ing alt I could to save the criminal. But tha ' Mrs. Cust, the lady at whoso housa this will do as you criminal was I'bilippa, ani I lovel herl I DANVILLE, -- -wish." Teas A OIlVCI..ATI. (tcenric. ' k I KEHTUCKY. sort of tomfoolery occurs e very yoar for tha myself would bare stood fact to faoa with "Look .at mi, and you will see tha reason. hchmlult In Effect Oct. Is, IUL doloctatlon of 'Tummy, " is a woman of ovor Cannot you see Sir Mer.vyn Ferraad, and Jiava fmly given Meals arttreed at all hau a. flam ttwaya on that I am ill. worn out, 0). She is a Scotchwoman, and a Mbs Mac- -' JbbVS the flreAt Easltsh Kerned,haod and In Its teatoa, oysters frith ash, ani simlervousPj I must have a change, and at my own life if I could hara assured his dyilar ilellrai Ira serel In all at t In and in short uonaia, aaugntor or tbe chief of ClanrnnaLi, once." ing Ilk the dog be was. Why then should I It a pot It I re curt for Weak Mmo-h-j. 9 notice. Lok out fir,thea(ga"Woodbln Keslau-ran- t" Lot of Brain fewer. Hereon. and very plain in looks. Sho is an aunt of Sha'gaxad at me with solicitude. "Yes, I blame Phillppa, who had don in temyou are hungry. tnd esll when . iwsiiMi .Auautiv and tieaerat r, watnntt. tin nrrseut earl of Brownjow. porary madness what I would hara don in kuowyou ara not well; but why Spain 1'' InipoUncr. Lots of 22c0?J ?J? o 3.1 2.5.0 '. II'. HASOHF.lStER ro . Power of the Ktttratlr Orgaat; sick man's fanay. Perhaps cold blood "A whim Yt why trouble to extenuate! Danville. Ky. and all illa..aa IKat AiIIamt - a a Arkansaw Traveler: Dat suthin, in er because it is a Philippa's father's country put I joved herl Those words sura up rery-thin- g. W Btftnj lasusf. quenr ot joutnrul lmpnideac i anman boin' whut comas nearest tar dat it into my haad. Mother, tell me, how do o tbt eicmtol raalurr-- t Teart. such Traj.Ma.k. pjthin' in'eranlmal.whut wa calls instinct, you Ilka herf I i I as L'nlTersal Latalladt.ratn In tbe in Tbe morning daw.iad. o fatal messenger '.' !.( o tiaet:, Dliunrat of Vision, Tremt-lur- e ii know'd ter us ez judgment; but da "She U tha woman you love: she Is verv bad arrived. I glanced hastily at tho papers, 9t.eia.Ul4 Old Ar, and ma or otrerdlt-eaae- a smartes' man nln' nigh so tuaes , beautiful; she has been cruelly treated; she which, however, contained no more infor-C- -5 that lead lo Intanltr or Cont C,Co instinct o' da weakest how. is blaiualc&i; to say more aftr so short an mation about the tragedy. Shortly after sumption. In all easesot Ketuil 35 in mm .. ten o'clock wo started to drive to Charing acquaintance would bo exaggeration." -PB533S I SB!JlBSBBB a rrj m.u Weakness the Unoclfle aeu likelr-a in.. rf...avi i.i'.zr laAi.fv -- T- chtrm. res ladlnc ; "You will coma to Sraln with ma with Cross. Tha rattle of wheels over tha stones srfDierinVdrjrs'Jiviai.ii'V'.vsv'?: or, gtslnc tori nr Iomror a brilliantto th iiumh I LsrrnombVr lllottraitd with and tparkllsg beauty, to the cheek, seamed to send fresh llfo through my veins. her." ' i rJuiJVt i: 52S38a5cca3 iti,;,AnlrB, .Th" iwifclleatloa. fural.hta tbroeybloooMofbeaiin. We were on tho road to safety. She klssoJ ma nud gavo into my whim. ArtarTaklaxr. 0. ZilHi a'VJFf lMIU o( IntoraatloD which i ! ; withouU The rwpoJtritr o .h.PJ22ULhon,(,. Then I sought Phllippd, srjfarrar'si)pclneit tolj b tl' Draggiiu at b a 9 a ' as 1BBDB eir-f- .. i2r,.iSLIJrnrJ AMraio it inch that In I ft II pr packagp, or six pscktges for W. Alto br A r "My mother Is going to take us abroad," I ! I ! ! t i i ! M e.jaal that of all other of v h&F& .1.? combined. BY HUGH CONWAY. 'V n"Jr l)fKOttit mall, pottag free, on receiptor price. b!r i ild, with a smile which was forced, asall my i! I i sMTVall partlculara la pamphlet, which will be .oi SoatSibl ro h all ntwStalers.' MUNN a CO.. 5.0 smllM now wer.' "She will soo to every-Uilri- g Publishers, No. 351 Broadwar. n. Y. ' mailed fre to ererf applicant. AdJreu all comI I I I I l I I I i: i for you." a c AP"SAsVt'tk Masnirn.haro munications to thwlV manufacturers. CO., B3BBS Author of "Called Bad.." XVllR.l XEDHIXK "She is klnl-s- be is sweet," said Phillppa, JCanaas Clt r. Mo. clasping her hands. "Basil, I am beginning praenco Iwlore Sold In Stanford br Pcnnr .t McAllster and all BSSSilE'j j a 5S 5SS5JS . c Offlee. and hate nnpsn the Patent Druggists ererwber. t worship your mother. But why are wo CHAI'TKH VIL W more than Ono Hundred thoua- t 9. M p . Ii w"S'O'3"3-3,0'- 0 Aaniua I'r.Tia A Co., Wholesale Agea W, nnn annllcalluna for itata.nl In tus ging abroad THE MELTING OF THK RSOW Loultt(lleKr. 3BS23B ' t ES S2'hB53S Poileil btates and (nrtifn rounlriti. "To get away from sad thoughti, for ono CoDinzbu. Tlia first stage of our flight towards faty lam's. Vc--T thing; for nnother, bjcausj I feel I1L" for tr Aiiiinmrntt. and all othtr tr accomplished, I sat down to onco moro ro to Inrentora tbrlr rlchla In tha enrin IS : She gave m a quick look of apprehension a Canada." Kosland, France, 1110 situation, and to tako such t'ntttd Stat". viow o i flHID & MISSISSIPPI W. pren tisch brought tha flush to my clu-ok-. litrxnanr and other fortlan countries, "Ob, 21 a, I couM bit. myself. I endaavor.l lo7o"ro I pared at ahort notice and on reasonable lrm'. ,o cnel. "Lit us have a as to obtaining patents chttr-fu- ll Information shadow the consequences of tho inevitable tll9 rUhii.7 ' I rlAs!2iw" I 1 I s of The Direct Route to girrn without chargt. 9i ? " dUcovory of Hlr Mervyn Ferran.l's l,ith. ' ..,.. "l?1 lS,.an .... -til mirvt I'nti .nn is? Information ant fret. Patcnta obtained a 0 55& through Muan & f 0. am ntticrd In Iho hclrnlirto SOl"S' w trMca.iUytoaM.vrt.n.ntvhatquarTorthijVvuTnaVaV Aneri an free. Tbe adrantse of t'irh no' lot Is a II itangor ot discovery was situate), and uo ?r, 1 nell undcniioou by all pcrsjus who wish to dupost "To Spain or the next ilay." of tbcirpateatii. to guard ngalnst or turn aside tho parll I Addrc MITiN & CO.. OlBco bctzaiuriO Sho Iooka.1 at ma with tho troubloJ gazi ! I j Undoubtedly tbe chief parson to foar was Northwest and Southwest by tbe way of AxruKax. XI llroadwar.htw York. ; ua.'t "Dnsil," slu v. a j. -- I . it j I wji Mrs. Wilson. Sho alono knew that tho mac which I had so often noticed. o said, "you nrs doiiiR this for my sako." 1 tod In? LOUISVILLE or OIXOI X2VATJ. intended to reach that night. Sh """"ii : H I ! "o-"And my own, I fear." iBBSBBB1! 2HB5E alone knaw In what relation, or supposed " I throw away your lovo I spolleJ your All rn..J.. Learlni Cbattsnoojs lor Lou- relation, he stood to Philippa. Th,o ywj StJ3SI a.' l ! t I ! n V. I came to you a shamad Xi.ll XIalllO Is'llle and Clnclimi makt woman. You o I nlsht of bis death would In fixed bv tin life. i SSS3SS SSI 3ii ((innectlon at those joints lib the Light-nln- z oirect snow storm; nnd I felt sure tint us soon ai saved nut You did not scorn mo. You Lxpret'on tb Ohio d Mls'ltill fr dt ! i brought ma to your mother's urnis. Basil, : j Lcult and til points U'tn, a l?2BBIS tho ilea I man was MeuiiUi-- l 31 3Hi Wilioc j I could not full to associate b.-- 411 s 'h suddor i may Ood rcquito you; I naver can." 'iiuuuj ' -- J I (nl7 from Lotilirille or flncln-L- J TO TTrmro list! to Shoburst into tears, and left tha room dopaituro and subsiqtunt ilwion nithth' UUUI b Uu t, ID 10 hours !! teirlblH event. Tho moment sho rvo:il3 hastily. ivishtil to call at my banker's o, the way. imcker than any other line, glrlnjour liiten;ert It was well I settled the mattir of tha time f.r ineils ani tint choice of tats la traits : n 11:111 wh'aliekneivorsusjieotoJ. auspiciint mui Wo startod in plenty of tlin?, ns I wished SB3" B5 M going West. journey than, That nftornoon tha to call at ntjr banker's on tlia way. It wns point to the rlht porson, an I nitnttiit must T. a. a. M U U t OIKJ follow. Mv lia.irt w,. l..l. .... wind chatistd and a thaw set In a thaw my intontloti to tako with 1119 a largo sum In 12Hour3 Quioker-?:.'; yf.S3'ir,e2j;g' o that .louly cut suraly draw away tho thick gold. Kotos of any kind could ba trncud, tlilnlrl,owlould, I could MSetaVBetsnM9ssssVssSaBUkssUeV Ine going by wayf tlilcag.j. no loophol. P 0"3"3,SW "STt 0 white veil which covered tha whole of Eng-lan- l. but tha bright sorcrolgns by. which to escaoo from tbLs Are you falling, try cllb' HriLTn He wou'I tall notnle. danzor. 3SBS33 33 SHHG.BEdSE .VEves, a pure, clean, wholesome I changed my check, nn 1 TTMCOuaa,y tl,I- -1 ' trouMod whilo doing so but 11m That uiht I had llttla sleeti. I could do asked If therj wero any letters for ifio. Hov-orlwl cu,m reccnslderatioii.' I did .M..Y,VI1,I,F. HKANCll. nof bellovo tho my kto!id Wlll.um would tiof.tlnjr but Ha awakj nnd plcturo that persons address kI letters to me at my F:r DraIn1;.rTet.Stomich.IJer,Klilne, hltj tomb slowly lueltiii away, until tuo banker's. Tho spruce cashier sent to inquire, rHoTST,' s!i!IL0ni Lunct. An L'oeiml'J lavuorniiU CMrii Always makes .U?,,Mt,w riUt wncluston. Dally lially U ho tihito faci benoath pterod out of it nnd nnd, with my bus ot gold, passed under tho suspect cither of Kx. bun. I'.x. bun would bo me, not I'j.lllppa; aril made tha dread secret known to all. Who brass wiro 1 ailing a letter with a woman's Timo Headache. Fever. Airuo, I'ullls, Con Lre Corlngtoa. tlmtliow.wso inucUattviiHto . that, uould to tl.o first tj discover It I Doubt-ltfs- j handwriting on tha cnvelopo. I thrust it 2 00pm DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. " Ixtugton ... 7 2a n ta i ao p m soma country mr n or woman pasiliis Into my pocket, to read at my leisure Uo, r,fh.,,.tf,.5,Ur?!"..M' the " Pari .. s in a m 5 .0 p m Nico to tike, tnioinf"rit,unequaledfor With nit Lines st u,, ,u, . Wo travelled by tho tidal train for Paris, uijuauy Cirtain I Ht I iu:u viuy in ui) grr. or mo morr.inz. I Arr Mlllorsliurj ... d 40 a nn j ta had good nnd proper reasont for .loin" jr i Ji'ow pictures of tho dlscovoreifs horror tho via folkoitono nud Boulogp.o. It was not TORPID LIVER 'nud'NiBl.t " Carllslo 0 00 a 0 07 p ui St. Louis and Intermediate Points. " Johnson Swoats.' Norvous .. :.- - .'.- - ir Weakness. . ; .. UHa w s.vai v f 7 00 WW U tassia V aj ViOiUlllBIlt Wiilltl tn... "'""" UUIU ITlVrt. SIIJ ui tlu plensnntest woathor In tho world for a 11 " Mayerlllrt.... rill, avium' .3, ncxuiu icciii.u, Zf .'10 SO a in t j. f till tjflJSt i. . ll.ik. scarcoiy uarei to c:io my eyes; for I know .ourney; bn, I wrnppod 111 charges up nor lint.. 6 forSfl.Oi). nt Ilni"rliii. :i' IVo Ferrlchl NoOiiuiibiisTraiirs-i'er- i A Hllatn. S, WsiAs. Jersey City. N. J.. Ij. H. A. foar from tuat if I Ureamod my droams would tako N67a. fo7nT inrni.y, an I did all I could to mltlgato tha ! I had blamad mysolf daaply for I.itly Dally tho im- ma to stand over tha snowdrift, and force lmraslii3 or tuo voyage, undertaken ostenEx. bun. i'.x. tun pulsovwhtch had urgod ma to hurl tho lata' mo to watch it moltins away I It soemed to sibly for tho who of my health. My mother, weapon away. Wlay did I not loop a and me that until Phillppa was out of tho rango who was by now nn experienced nnd seaIK Lre MtysTihe.... .UWu "lo'pi, with trains of lluoi cala Welt. Northwest and " Johnson. ..., bury it fathoms doopl If that pistol wer of pursuit I should not sleep again. soned traveller, soltled hers If down to tho no a ui 1 Mpu Soullinea, " Carlisle I'ast-- r and faster, now it had onco 7 21 in Jound it would possibly furnuh n clow boguu, journey, although sha littlo guessed how 11 you arogilng U'ost to any rolnt, tall oa cr " Millersburg 7 Un 3 00 nci iliich might Lo followed up, and undc the thaw went on. Warm wind, heavy rain short tho rest I meant toglvohor until wo TTiitu to mo uuuprngnej. Arr Paris 10 a in' S M p n evorythinz. My only hope w,-- that I bnl the in xt day, holpod It. That treinondous reached our destination. " Lexlngtou... I'or full nnd reltaMa Infjrinttion In rrgsrd to Sho laughingly J lUa m, It (Opm " CiTlniton Laud, Ac , In tho Western states, Maps Ouldes III ilfla in !i M in thrown It In soma spot tvhero It might lie Ml of snow had, indeod, boon tha last effort protested against tho cruslty of dragging an re and lowest special rates lor TUketaand UouseholJ foryoarsundlscovorod, until all association of the winter. I dieaded what I might seo oM woman like herself away from England (ioodt to all poiuts West callnn orttddrtss .3 f"0il''y fri't K'tioxtilTe, botweon It and tho murder had disappeared. In tho morning's papers. sho .ut Winchester and Lexington to CoTioston. but there was O. II. L30I, For it wa, the third day from that on tha: as her had returned to It; which To sum up briefly, I was bound to decide Passcngor Ag't Ohio A. Mississippi Railway. volco and manner .ra.ln,I!r.91.run' T,!1 Lcl'Jloa aud Paris, ant in told me tot Tla Winchester bd! Psrls nulckl Uarrodstmr,!, Kr ItctnarlcaMo Cures of Catarrh of tha that tho damning circumstantial ovldanct wero still poke about going abrond; yet wo tho would for tny sako mako n far greater W. V. TEAI10DY, Train No. B Is dally except Sunday between W. B. HIIATTUC, Illadder, Inflammation, Irritatlonof in London. When it which could bi furnished by Mrs. Wjlson Ljms saerlflco of comfort than this. it dally Horn tlmiiiiiatl to and Madder. Stono or Urnvel DU- tlen'l Pass. IWt and (Jen'l Man'gr, I'itsicDger Agent, Ast, KnexflllCi I thought Pullippa'g spirits, liko mine, rose drovo mo back to my original Idea. Thore to making preparations for tha projoetod C. W. l'Altiy, I'cntral or too iTostalo uiand, 1'ropsical Lexlngtou and Par!s:-N- o. 5'.', dally exupt was .no chanco of my poor ThlUppa's ro- - trip there wore a thousand and ona things as wo left LonJon behind us. Hlio smllcxl at Cln.lniutl. Ohio. , jiicomin-pur- e remain iiseas lejvoParIs8 20ui; arr Lexington 9 10 u m rf Uilno.all Dlsoureaof tho Qenlto- maiiynz unaccused or unsuspected of the to ba done. There was tho ncodf nl passport my sallies and foeblo attompts at making 0. 61, dally oxcept .Sunday, 1tb Ixliiiioo Vriniry Organs Iu cither x. Tor dcodfio had unwittingly dona; so hor only toboobtaiued;mymothr had many 1 SO p m; murry, which, now that wj wero fairly on srrlre Paris S 13 m. or Unnatural DUchntires uso to mako for both I'hllippa atid stSSmj(aV'"S f. t j.st une. Not, nml 4 run via Wlnri.a.i.r uUo "ihapta's Injection l"loi r,' each SI. t nopo or sareiymaood, considering all, I our road to safoty, wore not qulto so tj 'I'lOfl'SMI "I V omo Holld Trains, with Pullman Sleeplni; Sho was now fully contented with tha M thoy had bean during tho Inst fowforcod iiii'iiiM'i, ciiinr cantnefd or Car hetwoer. , may also say my only liopo of safoty wat 'IlilKW days. I'riraopao and Itlcbmond, Va and W incho tar nfn.Hiiiary taint, uso uiapin'a fonstltuujootmjuapl rapid Jlight. Wo must gain somo land in prospect of a long sojourn on tha continent; 8ha listened with interest to the nlcturos I IPW 2ii!it tn uout Wishinistou, D.C. ':ipzT3..t.il but sha llkod traveling in comfort, and oh- - ilrsw Imaglnwy onos, of courso of tho ion kou jut IT"I m which jyo could dwell without foar of being aiuuuiu 111,'aHIS rilil llSSIJH LllPTtiMl ,U ttUlOjpjfi ) ja.t) tii uo.i;tit) deitlnatlor.. rracheJ by s "' arrefi. What laud was there? ' beauties of the South. iititijiattstt vmn.1 2 of 111 s. 1 Kalrn. tiv Ilinrpat nn 8.F.D.M0IUC, rsoau AlldS.iW W. 11. WillTTLWHY, MuW a one. Tbo dnttr of mj1 story Is r . " . 1! ia j...; ;.;..' - ' 1 .; I ti ioq p.tiutjtaoi ton Fob Rent. After January J, tlin very nwipi 111 ciu.iv, ornmru2CTM.. otjsnci riini luwit .KiTlI S OX I J 11 lien nsnrlv nil thii" nTtrn1(ftnw The $100,000 necesmry to piy Vnniler 1:. . wrr.r.s. jenwy I'ltv, . .1.. lT. B. A. uJTiiiiton, Ky. lexliuios, Hy uuiS mi iu tJp-ceeirauie more roem un e. l""J. C. W. SMITH 11 . T- - T'l. r r .... 0. flfJ I tl J1 auj II I UI.I.T.U, tftM verv made, A( that luno sue JwUSWAL wfilce. Aildreoj W. Walloa. bU:' clrim ?z U?r 0"athrebecn raired lencrsl -- liasjs: .?i n a vi Uea, I'.jj. Agt hi nal treaties existed slth only trro foreign countries, Franco and tho United States; so that was not so limour choice of a resting-plac- e ited as those who are flying from the dutches tt, 1855 of the law And it However, In order to make certain, I paid n visit t: a legal friend ot mine; and, by quoting a suppositl- I liouscass, managed to acquire a good deal of information respecting thedoallngs of one nation with another, so far a fugitives were I y. joiin ii. milli;h Attorneynan. Court-bous- flTo-morro- w e. 9200 Rewird tfMl Through Trunk Lino ' BUUQKON DENTIST, j J et J. HARRIS tls no XVIulcs for Sale -t SOUTH & WEST 1. H. Bnldivln A Co., i DKFH - M 4KINO Drew-Maki- i EAT Stanford Female "POSTED! aiiauni, Ctrpt C fil Kentucky's Route East tlH tA n. O TERMS MODEliATE. l A SOMD TEAIN Ix I WASHINGTON kead ta drol MONEY' MYERS HOTEL, STAHTORP. a ST. 23V I pro-ceod- Propr rs h 8rul-W.tkJ- y, and Hotel Still Reputation, iu TR.TSml-Wekl- IT. r Atti 1 1 . Masonheimer's Restaurant frf III14., 0a Llra mobrat'i LE.IGTO hr S-- a- J jodg-nento'd- ''Ifltatii !DAKK DAYS. EtttsssssssssssssssV " 1 ataaauii lit ?' prr . ill OD r WO-ly- Trade-Mark- s. ran cou-uo- a 1 ' I 1 rr -- Hand-book- lst St. Louis & the West ?. 1 ;. a r for-elij- ik ; fiENEtfEBl DTSPEPSIA, -- i. '! !i! s-- al TONIC, O. &j M. NOSTK-BOCM- 1 k," Fast aad Snro neotious . , . 111 1 1 y 111 11 BOfTII-BOfN- - ioMllgi rr 111 11 rl!y Kid-ue- y tns nwi-iunir- Bun-da- y, mir-chasher-wl- I 11 - f"'P.l l tti ti.