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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885010901 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. Semi Smi-?S8ttkIgRtmorourna n iii -- fitefto Imtftial 9 1885. STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, JANUARY NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 407 Tfity Couldn't Make Him Speak. The Size of London. THE FARMER'S COLUMN. The had a dime supper in the neighLondon has five million people within One of the beef pickles for hams and borhood of Piwtucket, conceired and car- its corporative limits, and covers an area shoulders is mads as ioIIowi: Six gallons ried out by the ladiea The conditions 78,080 Kentucky rubliihed Tueaiiayt and Frldayi tho novel supper were thees For everof ofl22tquare miles, or aome time in the of water, six pounds of salt, three ounces acres. While I spent ofealpeter, four pounds of coarse brown word spoken by the gentlemen nt the sup- city, and was continually on the go, I did sugar and one pint of molases. Itub the per table a forfeit of 10 cent was imposed; not quite take it all in, I left a little for hams or shoulders two or three times with but on the other hand (aa duties are always next time. t?bsn paid sWlctlr in adranos. If we bars to salt, then put in thia piokle and leave aix PHARMACEUTISTS compensated with rights and restrictions There are one hundred and twenty thou- weeks, when the wilt be read to put into watt tar Urn. 3.nO will be ebarittd. with privilege) it was agreed that whoever sand foreigners living in London. It is the) smoke house. could weather the whole supper, submit- said that it contains more Roman CathoIn a large litter of pigs there will always W. P. WALTON. ting to all querlrr, surprirtr, and ingeni- lics than Kome, and more Hebrews than be some that are undersizid. If the larger XE.VXJT3It9 IN ous questions without replying, should be Palestine. It requires about fifteen thou and stronger pigt are taken from the sow entitled to it gratuitously. Many and fre- sand police and private detectives to first and fed liberally Drags, Wall Paper, WIiicm. Musical they will nut suffer, How the Coachman Won Her. Clieuilcalg, UOOKH, quent were the artifices and subterfuges ro preserve the "peace and dignity" of the lilquor IiiHtriieiHente- while the weaklings, given more of the Notwithstanding the fact thai rolunies Paints, Stationery, I tears. aor(ed to by the Udies in Attendance to en realm. jrocuei eow'd mills "I" ffrow rapidly and make the Soups, OH, hare bsen written and published about the trap the unguarded, and one after another fciitlcry. roimccos. Oae hundred aud s xty thousmd strsn litter more even in sin than they would its Lumps, Perfumery, Fire Arras, Much In - fatuous Morceiul elopement cue and rnn stout and di'crret m TjnTfc'wl in went down before geM enter the city every day. In many if all were taken ofi, at once. It is never oua explanation made at to hot? the lady Our Jewelry, Silver-a- re and Optical Hoods Department is In Chargo oTCeL the constant volley f artful interroga directions there are more than ten on adritable to feed a large lot of hon togeth Thos. becao'e Infatuated with her father' coach tlon. Atlait ll fell out uad paid the tinuous miles of houses. On an average, er, aome win always crjwd tns wetker SlJlC lUcliards, who will Itcpalr hatches and Clocks promptly and In the best man, ton real fact! were nerer brought to dime penalty sare one individual a quser nine thousmd new houses are erected every ones from the feed. light until they were obtained by a report- chap whom nobody seemed to know! He yesr. Small limbs need to be removed from the er here from Mir. Schilling herself. The attended strictly to buaine ind passed Four hundred thousand lamp light the apple aod pear treet at least once ever story Is a remarkable one. Mm. Bchill unheeded the joke, jribf and challenge. atreets and they consume fifteen million year. Daring the mild weather of au'umn nir, in reply to the question on the subject, Theyqu'zzHl him but all in vain. He cubic feet of gat daily. The water supply and winter it ia a good time to remoro lid. wrestled with turkey and grappled with is fifty million gallons daily, and fire mil them. We would not adrise the remorsl From childhood up it hat been my plet the goosr. He bailed out the cranberry lion fire hundred thousand tons of coal are of limbt much abore an inch in diameter I ure to roam at my will through thr fonsl aiuce with on unswerving hand, and he consumed annually. The-- e are a few of in the fall. which aurrounded tay home. Kldiop, too, ate celery as the scriptural vrgetarim ate the physical points of this rather largish When fowls lay eggs that hare shells was a ureal ei joyttent to uie, not brcnsr when he had finished phce.-Ch- as. griMM and fin ill Euston Kincaid. deficient in thicknesi it ahowj that there Krneet drove, for then I had no interest in his fiftret th piece of pie, he whipped out A burial at e.i is a sad and a weird eight ia a lack cf lime in the feed. Heavy fowls him One dy I wtnt to ride on the road a pocket slate and wrote on it in a large beauli-fa- t ship hi that do notramb'e much and are fed aaioly that winds along the banks of the and legible hand, "I am deaf and dumb," If a person dies on board when the body is buried on corn are moat liable to this difficulty. From ose point on more than two days out the lludtoa Hirer. ttat road the ruini of an old (tone miction Tub Actual, Cost or a Dhisk. 'When in the billows. If there is a minister on A supply of lime in any form given at euch man buys whisk he gets leu for his board he crliciater; otherwise the Captain timea will be greedily eaten. So will crushare riaible. I V stands on the top of a hill It is a good plan to crush money thsn could be realized in any other reads the barial serrice. When the per- ed at a considerable distance from the rod to often wished to go nesrer investment. "I suppose few drinkers of son dies the Captain commands the carpen- and feed the shells oi all eggs used in the Vie right. I had houee. Theheas will eat them but roosto its dom grown wall, but had always whisky," said a wholesale dealer In the ter to make a plain plank coffin. The are crush- Presents tor your Mother-i- n law at Bourne's. fluid, "realize how little of original value body is sewed up in canva, and with it ters will not. Unjws btn deterred br aome member of the famthe get for their money. The cost to the several heavy pieces of iron. It is then ed before feeding they may teach fowla tho Presents for your Granmammy at Bourne's. mark-eily being with me, or else the sign "Dangerous," which rrai nailed to a tree distiller of making the best possible whis placed in the rude plank coffin and nailed bad habit of eating eggs. Presenta for your Gal at Bourne's. in front of It. Hat this da I was alune ky is only about forty cents a gallon. down. Everything being ready, the ship Ozters, Presets for your Fellow at Bourne's. and determined. Ernest drore, and not Now a gill is a fair quantity for a drink, Is stopped and passengers and crew assemIt may not bo generally known that acPresents for your Friend at Bourne's. withstanding his entreat, I sprang out of the charge for which at the most stylish ble on deck around the coffin, which Is cording to observations made b Professor Presents for your Sister, Father, Mother-Every- body, the carriage and was toon peering into the bare is twant cents. That U to say, a wrapped In the colors of whatever nation- Rice at the Cold Springs hatchery, a her!-that Bourne. thing costing the prodncer a sixth of a ality the vessel nails under. The sergreat entrance of the old ruin. Arming well fed oyster, the surroundings beToilet Cases at Bourne's. ToiIet SeU at Bmm myelf with a alick I uidt the cent in Kentucky ia retailed at nearly for- vice is read, and when that part is ing favorable, will lay 123,000,OQO eggs, and creepers that orerhuni the open ty times as much. Of couree the Govern- retched which says, "And we commit thy Of this number that acquire a shell the Nail Seta at Bourne 8. d rims ment tax takes some of the enormous body to the deep," the sailors slip the coffin percentage ia very small, as nearly all the Odor Cases at Bourne's. dxr, and stood within the kj-- tl Christmas Cards at Bourne's. which waa filled with poUonmt unlsr-growt- h. profit, and the wastes of storage another from under the colors into the waves and finny tribe are as fond cf oyster rggs as is Writing Desks at Bournes. Dolls at Bourne's. The interior presented euch a porlioo. The gains af the handlers re- it sinks to ret among tho coral caves of man of the mature bivalve, Being left to jeme lioons at uournes. .. . , ...j.i.ug JUU naiH ai( ooursws. Euston Kincaid. will and glojDmf aspect that I was almost main astounding. I know of no aaors old Oxan.-rCh- ts. shift for themeelves, the are deroured by Bourne is the Friend of the Gift-Makupen the point of running away. Had 1 solid temperance argument than the ridicu in fact the million before the protecting shell is The New York Times expended $0,410 dace ao Victoria Moroslni would nerer loutl high prices charged for I quors by formed. Bourns ii a nice llttls maa , on a single dispitch to get ahead ot its sure m-- r ltd Ereeat ' illr, Hiag ttrt the (lew.'' AtUstla Constitution The eggs hatch in less thsn a da, often ffourns h a dandy; contemporaries in the publication of the day imbued with a spirit of J feature, I Bourne sella the nicest goods RrrniiiUTio.H Tnere la something piti text of the Spaniih treat. Here it was a taking no longer than four houra, and when And (ttii the girl on are. mounted to the top of il ''"'tonesttpe. ful in the way fate hw dealt with the. two hatched they are free (o swim and roam at state secret. Congress had adjourned from There I found a narrow nallway loading men who were' responsible for the Ashtawill, hut in a few dajp, usually four, the Then go immediately and see BOURNE at tho New Thursday to Monday. It would not be Drug Store, next deor to a large room at the bick. I started to bula bridge disaster a few year) ago. The begin to round up and take the shape of a to Higgins, Stanford, Ky. given to the prws before) Tuesday. stage they settle on conren- tra : that; haH, but en taking three chief engineer was driven cm by the who clam. At this There was a man in Madrid ient objects, such as rockr, pieces of iror, or four atefia- - forward, there wm a crash. I horror of bis position, and killed himself. could furnish it, and who engaged to clam or oyster shells, and in fact on any fait mreelf falljng fsJliaq aad then I His assistant, a man of remarkable men do it for $2 000, beside which it would cost thing becaift- - uaswWtelou. When I rgJied la! brilliancy and professional accomplish that may be en the bottom. This is Unhesitatingly his deCO cents a word. the end of the youn; oyster's fredom, as my SHU;Wda7 later, I was- - jl9g in ments, vainly eousht relief by fleeing to mand was acceeded to, correspondents ie LmI at tmj; fathers bourc, surrounded by the far Wstt, by work and b dissipation, Madrid were dlrec'eJ to piy thr cost, and where it tettlee there it remains until --O- URtoraofiftobe transplanted in the oyster anrjoue'frieadsand rIattre, and Eroeet and now he has died in the streets of Oua the meajsge begap. to arrive Su,qda7 "fur-noo- n man's beds. and bleeding ha, a drunken outcast. There could be (whu ha4iccured in Spanish. In Monday morning's frow btweet.tHi'tnslijl fliwr) etpod ore ermou on the end of these two gifted mtn edliion it appeared nearly complete In Eog Ao explorer behind the ecenet of "Tie me wUr a white face The were awaiting forever pursued and driven to their deaths Sea of Ice," while Kate Clazton, aa th,e imIISBi the doctor's decUIoa aa to tay chances for at ImI by aod unrelenting Nnujl. Tbetallent bird known to ethnologists perilled heroine of that melodrama, wre life. I bad lingered for days, wasting slowt. thrilling, the audience by perching on a was found by Piofeiuor Herbert in the ly. ''It it a aeriout wound," raid the phyfloating piece of a barf, says that he waa A farmer in the etstern part of the State lower eocene deposits near Paris, Frsnce. sician; "she has suflsred grtat lost of blood, and- could badly shocked to find that the waves were mltsed a couple of his caws some time ago It was over 12 fret ia height and I predict her death within an hour only a row of bjya alternately hump.'og. the aka resale, fotiteellt is a&d a diligent; search and notices iaiigUt, tme bitten a man's head off at easily as a their backs and setting under' a painted :to brlsg keU to, woodpecker can nip a cherry. We cannot All this I, heudj him cojwty paper failed yawttrday, howsrer; while in the fitld; ht be too thankful that this bird has gone out cloth, and that the actress! icy craft' able, tq op my was a ruae ooz wun rockers to it like ay a pumpkin Ladies the aide a hole, -efeatwwd. Thea there, waa an s)oUtd getting in lantern andof goinj in he of fashion and existence. their bats,would cradle. a and have wanted to wear it on other paus. Not one of them moved. and on Plain, heirty suppers, according to aa Then Ernest Schilling stepped torward, found the lost cows quietly eating pump- men who aat bshlnd such bonnets or kin seed and getting fat. The hole in the ornaments in the theatres would be unable experienced physician, are condutire to and without a moment's hesitation he bared rapid growth of the to aee whether a ballet or a prayer meeting sleep, and, therefore, good things to go to his strong right arm and said, calmly, yel, fruit was ciused by the vises, which had dragged It along over the were in progress on the stage. bed or. He says, ia the estimation of a ''Take from my ob, so determinedly! Kanas Teetota ground for half a mile. great many people such a atitsment Is rsnk veins the lut drop of bio! if it will save Thereare still many farmers who have but in the light of science, com her life." The blood wat then trana ler. a prejudice against working mules, bit it here, mon sense rnl experience, it is Gospel In northern Siberia if a young native is fat disappearing. fused from Ernest's arm to mine. He sir S) much of the eJ my life, for I grew stroog. almost imma-dtatsl- desires to marry, he goes to the father of work of a fsrm has to be trusted to hired truth. Then there arose aa Intuitive at- the girl of his choice and a price ia agreed help, often of the most untrustworthy ThefistM hundred miles erer trotted tachment between ui. How could I reaist upon, one half of which is then paid down. character, that noma animal that will bear waa by Fanny Janks at Albany, N. Y , in at ouce takes or resent ill usage better than a hore, is 1S15 Tinie, 0 hours, 42 minutes and 57 lorinj the mn to whom I owed uiy life The prospective and who pleaded for tint lore the being up his residence with the family of his needeJ. A team of mules will outlast a reconds. The experiment has not been tri d lady love, and resides with them a year. whose life blood courses in my veins, warmteaii of horse, do at much or more work, lately. ing me bick lifr? It Wki a great debt I If at the end of a year he still desires to and rtquire less feed. The hired man Positive Cure for Piles. marry the girl he can pay the other half who tries to abuse a mule team will find owed him, and oats which I hare cheerfulTo the people of this ounty wa would tay that ly paid i', indeel, the p)or recompense of and they are married on the next visit of we bare been given the agency of Dr. Marchltl'a his match. Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed my willing hind could pa it. Ha stys it the priest. If ho does not want to marry to cure or luojoy refunded Internal, External, II. T. Price, a farmer, of Wolsely tut. Oir vowt at lant are indissoluble. he need not, and simply loses the half he Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 60 cents in Green ceuntr, Tenn., ownes a coat Blind, No cure, no ry. Penny A McAlUter, HtJ I a thotmnd yexrt tj lire I'd lire it paid at the start. a box. undo in 1S3S by Audrew Johnson, who was Druggists. All with him, AnJ nir you knw why "Hubby, did you wall my lettei?" afterward President of the United State. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Victoria Mirosinl wedded with Ernest 'Ye?, my dear. Had to run like fury to Tho coat is to bj on exhibition at the New We emphatically guirantce Dr. Marcblal'a Ca- Y. Worll. 8:billins'.-- X. catch the Grit mail." thollcan, a female remedy, to cure Female Dlacar- Orleans Exposition. "Why, here it is in our peckot now." Mrs Aiie Nor So Green A9 That. M, such aa Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and A Florida tuner intimate) that in the Ulceratloo, Falling and dltplacenunt or bearing "Hej? Urn a yes, so it is no, this An exchange say: 'It wis the second feeling, IrrcgaUrlttles, Barrenness, Change She floated isn't your letter; this Ij that is this isn't pait eixteen yens the republican pirty down week of their honey moan. of Life, Leucorrhoea, beildc many weaknesses orer to the piano, raised the corer and tho ono you wrote; this is the one you were in the South has stolen 1,785,000.000 chick- - ipringlng from the abore, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleepleuness, Nervous desoftly swept her (lagers orer the key p. going to writo and forgot" en. bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ao Tor sale by Gently, but (Irmly, he withdrew the lilly 'John Henry I" Bucklen's Arnica Salre. druggist. Price Hand 81 JO per bottle. Bond Mary, I didn't mail your letter." and shutting down "No, hand from the iroriot, Tho beat Salre In the world for Cuts, Bruises, to Dr. March!!, Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, free. "Well, I'm awfully glad. I want to orei, Ulcor, Salt Rtieuui, Kerer Soret, Tetter, For sale by Penny A McAllite r, Drugglsti. the cover aaid: 'Dirlinp, let this holy CharreJ",nJ,chllt,la,D1' CorD3 aBj a" skln time ha ono of unalloyed happiness ' " add a portscrlpL" Two Dangerous Seasons Eruptions and jxUlrcly cures Piles, or no ray reNot much ho didn't. Oa the contrary, he Two yo&ng men who raised 52,000 at quired. I la guaranteed to give perfest aatlifac-tlo- r Spring and Fall arc times when so uianr people atocd at hci side, ono arm around her waist terere Prlco2 centi per loi. get tick. The changes In the wtitber-lr- e their home in Youngstown, Ohio, and trying to gueta when to turn the tnutlc for on feeble periom, and oren those who aro strong fate A fenny. went to New Orleans to buy tho right or I or tale are apt, as tbey aay, "to lo feeling inlteraWc.'" her, and invariably turning it too booh, concession for the exclusive Thousands SaySo. le of lager Then tbey are Jut In condition ti bet truck down waa in tho middle of an adajuat when she Mr. T. W. Atkins, GtrarJ, Kanaas, writes, "I with sctno kind of lerer. A bottle or two cf Park beer at the Exposition, were rather inton. or nppoggiatura, and finalUettiate to reoiamend your ElectrlcBlttcrs gio or fifoiz-nd- a they had wade their oiler, by nerer cuttoniersj they give entire satisfaction and er's Tonic will Invigorate the digestion, rut the iahed after to tuy llrer, kidneys and blood In perfect order and ly, as ehe discovered that ho didn't know the intelligence that $05 000 had alieady aro rapid tellers. Electric Bitter aro the purest more tcrlous attacks. Why JiiiTcr and one note from another ahe had to ncd her been refused for the privilege they sought and belt medicine known and will poiltlrely cure wkensoilmplo n medicine will mre jou? the end of a page waa reached. Mood head when Good for loth stxe and bIU-i- i and that it would cost 5100,000 to secure it. Kidney and Llrer Complaints, purify the Men are tomctimes pretty green, but they and reaulate the bowels. No family can afford to uhk i'on i'ii.-.- i. I without them. Ther will save hundred of know enough not to assert any great deFrom a single grain oi wheat planted in Plica aro frequently precedi-- ly miimi of xultit bill trery year. Sold at 50 cte. In doctor' gree of authority during the first half of 18Sl,saya the Grass Valley (Oil) ntcord, dullaia by TateAI'ennr. Intlis tack, loins aud lower part of the abdown, a bjttle cauilnjtbepstlfnt to nppoe ho baa omRfiVctlun to intimate that the grew twentvlwo stalks each bearing a full the honeymoon, or A Walking Skeloton. ol tlit Udnejt er neighboring cruim". At turn, cannot play the piano as well aa Rubin- head. These yielded 860 grsiof, 700 of which Mr. E. Springer, ot Mechan'cilurg, Ta.. writes, njmptonuof IndigMtloii are prweut,as flatulincj, access on imejtliiL'it of tli stumaili, etc. A moltture, Iiko stein " were planted the next year, producing olc wat articled with lung ferer and fifth of a buihel of splendid wheat. Thia lung, and reduced to o iraUnj lUUbm. Got a pmrlratlon, producing mery dliagrceablo Itching, THIS IDEA OF GOIXO WEST King's New Dlscorery for after getting warm, a cry common attendant. wsb planted last spring, yielding oeventeen free trial bottle of Dr. to Colorado or New Mexico, for pure air torchere Consumption, which did rue ao much gocd that I Blind, Bleeding mid Itchlug Pile J It Id at ouco to tho I Any traumatic man bustels, making 1,020 paunds of wheat all a mistake Consumption, bought a dollar bottle. After using three bottles I application of Dr. Botanko's rile Remedy, u hlch act would mo Dr. Doianko'i Cough utiJ Lung Syrup for from one grain in three years. lound myelf once more a man, completely restored directly upon the part aflVctrJ, aUorblng the fall) Consumption In all lit flrst stage. It ncT a hearty appetite and again In Tumors, allaying tho interne Itching and affecting a fencales to health, with It is aaid thit there are fully 800 ta Rlvo nllof la all cast of Cough, Cold, fleab. of 43 pound." Call at Tato A. Penny' permanent enro. Trlco 60 cent. Addrcis tho Dr. Taliis tu th Chest and all n (lection that art in the United States who are muquerad-in- g Drug Store and get a trro ttlal bottls of this cerBotanko Medicine Co., Vliua, Ohio. Sold by UcBob-art- ) prfmuty o Consumption. Prtce,GOcent -unldored & StSC In mteculine garments, tain care for all Luoj Dlea, Largs botU.l M'RQBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, ta.uo run annum Stanford, Ky.t egg-shell- I have received and am still receiv ing in ew woods for Fall and "Winter comprising the best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley egg-shel- ls d y, puhl h'lf, ph s. nr. - candj.-Shakpe- Globe-Democra- - LADIES', MISSES AJSTJ&- bloeiieuo sabMubanf eye-lldai- or " CHILDREN'S y. eon-In-la- FINE KID AND GOAT Col-lcjj- o, SHOES Bv M N EaCELED orinc-oyrelunl- f pre-Te- nt le TRY A PAIR STANFORD, KIT. J 'l 1 GE0.H.BRUCE&C0 Ilron-cliit- and tl.OQ. 'J lf KcTlvWi A Stagg. kj MOTES Skwi-Mttlili!iilttjoojitiiiil OF CVRREWMEVEMS. pb wera . J' washingt0NeJur. " l&hsj&nbsr ofThslntertorJourwrf. , WABBIXOTOK, Jan. O. 1030. AM notony of routine proceedings at the Capi- w tol has neatly always an under current of fun. It is in the cloak rooms that this cur-re- n W. P. WALTON. runs at Us height. When yo.ur representative or Senator seeks tbo seclnilon.'of differ-we- e A.CONTEMrORAY thus states Ibe this sacred precinct, just ouUidothe doors a real man and a mm of city: between of the legislative chamber, he usually At the close of the war Gen. Lee declined lights a cigar, unbuttons his coat, throws a a effer of $75,(00 a year as nominal Pre himself on a sofa or In cue chair with his ideat of an insurance company, and acceptfeet in another relaxes himself generally, ed tic Presidency of an educiUoaal and is not half a bad fellow. He then salary of $3,000, which conatl talks with freedom and vivacity, and setsted his entire income for the remain cure from the observation of the public, he isgycaiBofhisllfe. Gen. Grant was for hnws his best. and. alasl sometimes his eight years President of the United States worst side. Then he expresses his views of at an annual talary of $50,000, he received men and things with candor and caustic jiffs of homes worth another $50,000, and calmness, and Indulges his Inclination for to this was added the rtill further sum of practical jokes. To-da-y bis friends are frying to $250,000. Senator Garland is an incorrigible misrake $100,000 to keep his souvenirs from Illinois. chief maker, and his fun is not confined to the auctioneer's block. Wo, J. Campbell, republican, wss the seclusion of the cloak room. Butler, HABBODSnuito correspondent dhgust-e- i elected President of the Illinois State of South Georgia, is another mad wsg in A at the kind of men usually sent to make Senate yesterday by a strict party vote of the Senate, and be and Garland are constantly playing jokes, more or less outour lawp, suggests a reform and the election 26 to 25. There are eleven Atlantic ocean cables rageous, on each other. Not long ago such known ability ss Judge M. ef saeo of to pretty hard Garland hit J. Durham, from Bojle; J. W. Alcorn, seven of which are "duplexed," or capable say he got a Butlergood one on that isand blm, very Thompson, of receiving and sending at the same time Ejq., from Lincoln; Cipt. P. B. Butler "laid for" the Senator from Arkan Mercer; Judge BronouRb, from over the one wite. The Pullman Palsce Cir Cjmpsny sas. Knowing Garland s fondness for canJessamine, and to on. A legislature com sleeping cars and has 2,531 dy he procurod some caramels and also peeed of cuch men would reflect great owns 1,1-1but none of these stockholders. The company has a surplus some cubes of brown soap, which, when credit upon the State, wrapped in thin tissue piper, precisely regentlemen can afford to resort to the meth of over $7,000,000. A Washington dispatch says the brain sembled, to the eye, the caramels. Butler eds now employed by those persons of meof Chief Justice Waite is affected. He is knew if he tried to put the cubes ot soap diocre ability ambitious to go there. rarely lucid. His intimate fricads ar off on Garland he would fall, as the Utter The foul Blinder that a woman could hopeless of his recovery. was of course on the alert so far as he was ani liold her ton rue or keen a secret has Bink Examiner Gettman eays Teller concerned. 8o Voorhees, of Tndlana, who be earnest nobly refuted b Miss Becky Scrugham's shortsge in the bank at u sits next to Garland, wss chosen for the Jonm. the maiden who was sent to Jul in will not exceed $30,000, and the confederate. Said he to Voorhees, "Here Jlew York for contempt of court, in refus-in- bank, is amply secured. are two genuine caramels these others are to tell the secrets of the home of Mr. John W. B. Watkins, baggsgemaeter cubes of soap. Go to your seat, lay the Hatnersley, of which she was housekeeper Louisville & Nashville railroad, was fasoap cubes on your desk, eat the g nuine Jliai Becky has now been behind the bars tally injured at Nashville, Tenn. Both caramels, put your trust In Providence, tUrty and fire days and is no nearer telling tegs were crushed by a train. and sty nothing." Voorhees did as he wtiitbe knows than . at first. All honor At Helena, Mont., many of tbo Pie-ga- n was told. Garland observed the cubes on to noble Miss Becky. May her example Indians are reported froxen to death, the desk, and saw that Voorhees was eatc&sse stronc emulation all over the conn The sufferings at Helena consisted for the ing eomethiog with au evident relish. try. most part of frozen feet, ears and fingers. . "Hello!" said Garland, "what are you eat The effort of CyruB W. Field and oth-e- ing?" "I've got a cold and I'm eating The Mexican Pension bill, which pawed -to raise funds to pay off the mortgage some candy," replied Voorhees, very much the Senate last session, with amendments granting a pension to every soldier in the upon Gen. Grant's personal effects has absorbed in some papers in hia hands. late war who served as much sb 30 days, been summarily stopped by the General. Guland looked at the counterfeits wistThe Lowell bankruptcy bill was dis- fully for a moment "Hum," he said finalwhether it disabled him or not, failed of msjjtity in the Houbj this posed of for this season by a test vote ly, as he picked one up "I've got somethe week. In the shape it was the defest of of 136 to 76 in the House against thing of a cold myself," and he popped the the bill will meet with general favor. To a motion to fix a day for its considera- piece of soap into his mouth. There was a crunching of his jaws, and he saw that rItb every soldier of the late war a pen- tion. Senator Beck Introduced a bill pro- he was caught. Voorhees watched him sion and keep it up, would prolong wjr taxation indefinitely, if indeed the present viding for a revenue commission, to be out of the tail of his eye, as did a doitn composed equally of democrats and repub- others of the old boys sitting around. Garonerous burdens would not be increased. licans, to investigate and report upon tariff land knew he was under fire, but he was The new Mayor of Louisville, P. Booker duties. determined not to flinch, After chewing Reed, who entered upon the duties of hia Charles E. Kincaid left last night for his soap for a moment be looked up at office Monday, says in his admirable mesWashington City, to accept the position of innosage that in addition to a bonded debt of Secretary Of the Senate Pension Committee, Voorhees with the inimiublc air of cent earnestneat that is characteristic of millions, the city bss a fbating over nine of which Senator John S. Williams is Chair- bim, and softly asked: "Do you eat many debt of nearly six hundred thousand dol- man. Times. oftheee things when you haye a cold?" lars. Retrenchment and reform is surely It is estimated tha', the C03L.ot.coIlect- - As Garland kept on chewing and an almost knowing the .roanneroQatn needed and MnTleed'isTwTbTHeve hia promise to re- lug ine revenue ai mi iub jijrn ui euirj lur (mperceptable strip of lather formed on bis the fiscal year is: For salaries, $3,295, 139; lips, Voorhees became alarmed and Kent duce expenses will be faithfully kep, miscellaneous, $1,160,623. The employes to Butler. "The fellow's actually eating the 8am Randall's southern tour is over number 4 147. stufl! Why it will kill him, wont ilf" officials who are jumping ofl the sua he has cone back into bis hole. JIo drawled Butler, "I don'i reck -has not hurt the cause of revenue reform, municipal ooat to avoid being thrown off on anything will kill that man!'' Oarland that anybody has heard of, on the contrary are very much like Thompson's sagacious was game. He finished hia soap; and no his speeches have had the effect of produc- colt, which swam the river to get out of man could say that he looked as If he didn't ing the opposite result that he aimed at. the rain. Times. enjoy it. The VjrginUdemocrata He was handsomely received everwhere, The Red parlor of the Ebbit't House RepreTenTativ?Bbour foTlhe Post Office bat feesp italityiraut,notib8 itakeox again shines refulgent with gold lace. This Departmefitbtcaus3tthey;eay heVould be is the Court Room of the '" tribunal before -ji i - p e which General Swalm is being court h famcrs prompt iajturaing out allithe. persons' has put in that service. l has assembled The Home Jountalil waxing Btrong and growing In 1S34 the Southern States adtied after the adjournment for the Christmas in favor so fist that its old clothes won't 1.865 new mining and manufacturing enholidays, and the faces of the members of hold it. It has just been enlarged for the terprises to her list, with an aggregate capi eecond time in twelve months by the the court all bcim with good humor, show(31.0105,209,000. Kentucky heads the ing that the merry Influence of the season tion of eight columns each time. Ita-tJ- J list with 137 with a capital of $21,762,000. has had lis effect even upon the proverbial iter, Mr. Ion B. Nail, who has been at the A girl in Knoxville was struck in the crusty dignity of military cfficials. Bat helm nine years, deserves conntulation face by her father. The blow was light, still the chances look very bid for poor and uraise for tha success he haB achieved but.it was the, first sheJhad ever received Swaim. r Catt. C. R. Masos, he?grati railroad byMiim, andfworie etill, her sweetheart was The health of the Cabinet is cause for contractor and oeof the ''most wonderful preJenLaBhe felfillthstfsame day, eank society here, and I hear that men we ever knew In many respe:ls, is ly- steadily during a year, and is now dead. with the exception of Mrs. Lincoln, who is ing very ill at his home near Staunton, Va. Judge Simrall decides that the injuncin mourning for her mother, the ladies Mr. Mason is at present the head of the tion restraining tbo officers of the Knights will entertain a good deal and go out in a Kentucky Penitentiar- of Honor froin 5remojjng.1tbe.,Supieme firm which leases the The social blaze of unusual brilliancy. y.- -- His death would be In the nature of a Lodge's books and paper from Kentucky President does not mean to give his succes' nnWic calamity. ; does not restrain Breckinridge from applyt . sor the chance to eclipse him in the way of casj of virtue receiving ing tin money in his hands to the payment entertainments, and the cabinet will follow Here is another itareward. J03. J. Eikine, late city edi- of death benefits at they become due. his example. To this end, it is probable On joint ballot the democrats have a tor of the Times and the same youth wh se that there will be two public receptions at back Gov. Blackburn threatened to bresk mojority of nearly fifty in Indiana Legis the White House during Ine present month, and Chief of Police Taylor wanted to eat lature, and Mf, Vosrhees will be and one during February. Mrs. McElroy alive, has been appointed private Secretary United States' Senator without opposition will prodably begin her afternoon recepto Paul Booker R;ed, the Mayor of Louis- from his own party. For the empty honor tions next Siturday. Mr?. Arthur, wife of ot the republican nomination there ia a ville. the President's brother William, is still a struggle between Gov. Porter and Calkins, guest at the White House. B. J. Newlon, of the Richmond Htrald) the defeated candidate. With the new year the work of preparhas been elected Superintendent of the ineeesreiary oi itie ireasury naj ing for the inauguration ceremonies apschool at that place. Christian Sunday re'ulatbnt to govern the withdrawal pears to have received n fresh Impetus. The people there had bstter watch the of bonded whisky for exportation. Col Theheadqusrters on F. street present a young man. He is just taking the first. atepof those who afterwards find CmaJa a lectors are required to allow such time, not busy and bustling appearance. Applicaexceeding seven months, as in their opin- tions of various kinds are pouring on the more congenial clime than this. ion may b reasonably required in the pro- committees, and the celebration bids fair to The Bankruptcy Bill hia been hid up cess of exportation, including bona fide and be on a more extensive scale tban has for this Conferesi at leabt, the motion to set necessary delays In warehouses caused by marked previous inaugurations. a day for Its consideration failing by a vote operations incidental to exportation subA farmer who had engaged the ecrvices of 136 to 70. Considering the workings of sequent to the filing of the bond, or in the old law honest people are not hanker- promptlv securing ocean transportation to of a eon of the Emerald Isle, sent him out ing to any great extent for a pew one. one morning to harrow a piece of ground. the port of destination. He bad not worked long bsfore nearly all debt of New York City TnEnet funded GARRARD COUNU DEPARTMENT. of the teeth came out of the harrow. ia $92,017,000 and taxes have been raised Presently the farmer went out in the field Lancaster. to 2.3J per cent. Think of this ye growlers to take notes of the man's progress and who groin because of n tax of Stanford, Mr. Samuel Hackley died on the 3d, asked him how be liked harrowing. "Ob," or but 25 cents on the $100, or one after a long illness. he replied, "it goes a bit smoother now per cent. Wakefield, of Danyille, bought three since the pegs are out!" Cleveland's letter to the New York mules of W. A. Burton at $100. Prof.-Hoo-k courted a girl at Hartsyille, Your account was due Jan. 1st and if legislature was brief and to the point. It O., but Capt. Wight had the pleasure of oalywid: "I hereby resign tbo office of cot paid before Jan. 15th will add 6 per marrying her; then the schoolmaster sued lo same. J. C. Thompson. Governor of the State of New York." cint Mis Mary Hubble, of Boyle county, to recover S3D sparking expenses, and the be chargthe coming President will never held ticket No. 1085 and drew the $200 bride's mother offiet it by taxing the jilted ed with verbosity. masioboxat Thompson's Jewelry House one for $100 for oil and coal consumed for The bill to repeal all Internal revenue at Lano uter Jan. 1st. the professor's edification; that checkmated the devouted Hook, and a compromise Is whatever nature, was defeated in to one, the vote being 210 The mast faihlonable evening costume, announced under church auspices. iheHouse three Randall's policy doesn't seem to acordlng to an exchange, is a bracelet of to 70. Young man (after a long Interval of siprevail to any alarming extent, in that violets worn abave the elbow. We are lence). "A penny for your thoughts, MIbj gtad'thTt oursoclTty balleaare beginning Clara." Miss Clara fsuppreslng a yawn): 4 body at any rate. ' . I was wonderlneif that clock isn t slow, veeu ui buuib aucijjiie cioining. It He left seems liter thin midnight." The Louisville, Evansville & St. Lo lis io teei me Burlington Free Press. without giving her the penny, .Air Line is in bad shape financially. instl-(atiMat- m r-I-'8r-,iroLex-ingtors two-third- s "No-o-a-3," ng Stanford, Ky., k. .; Jmuwt 9, 1W5 -- j A death in onS plaJe ia Nebraska fdu'rlng the last " Henry Fink has been appointed receiver of the Eut Tennewee, Vfrglnla & Georgia R R. The CFo losses of 1SSI foot up $112,. 000,000 or morelthan fifteen million more, than the year before. oung Mr. Robert Brown, a bright journalist, Buccecjqe Eakfns as city editor of the Loalsrille ilmts. probaelllty Minister L. P. Mor- too will be elected Ualted States Senator by the New York Legislature. Mayor Reed baa appointed John H. Whaller Chief of Polled and Willieni Supervisor of Streets. Col. W. R. Morrison expresses himself as confident of the democratic caucus nomination f jr United States Senator from Miliar-"- Tr fre7to "" jT mJ S. 2-- Minn 0 'iA t y , .aaaaa. 4 Tiao' New 'Groceries arfdrHa?ctware House of i TAYLOR BROS. Would kindly ask your attention to tho fact that thoy hnvo jnst returned from tho cities with a largo, fro-i- and well selected Block of Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo Oor aim shall bo at nil times to supply every want in our line. guar-ante- Me Fassily feesfg? e. i of tho standard brands of Europo and Araorica. Our largo lino of cooking stoves includes thojustlycolobratol "Great Wgatorn Kwcrvo" and many other fatuity favorites. OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWAUK STOOK consists in part of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets corapleto, Glassware richly cut and etched. In the way ot Breadstuff wo name Buckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. Our celcbralcd "G. M." patent flour uurivallcd for cako and pastry, whilo Rico and Hominy, our own patiotio product?, aro arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned Meats and Fruits, and a complcto lino of Cigars aod Tobaccos. Well this is only a hint of what wo have. Believing that wo can mnko it to your interest, wo confidently ask an examination of our goods nnp your patronage, Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. Our Hardware and Poclzot Cutlery Consists Wi Hi HIGGiNSi &EALEB IN Hardware, Iron, Homo HhecN, Groccrlcx, Mallfl, BiiKXy WIiccIm, Npokcfl, i Sieve, Rim, GratCH, Btouowarc, KaritlicH, (lucciiMWRre, Huggy Whlpst, Cano MIIIh, Ilarucaa, Cider Mllltt, Lap Cerern, Corn hhcllcru, Cellar, f i c ' Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Woolen and Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. Ptnitfl Mtriw r i -- DBit.su Drugs, Books, GOOD ADVICE. buy or PHARMACISTS, E&WJf5$8X Stationery and fj- ) fytoirru IX- - --. PhnltlftBft' t TtMrliillfiD lrruiiftlr r6nMaunlrL AlK u'l USXi' .iiinrv. Jl 1 iff W . Y' vsK- v?A H ".li" ' . JEWELERS- The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverwara Eier bought lo tbli uirWt I'rlr Lowrr tbto U'aUbM, CJocki n.l Jewtlir ! tbe . palrtil on hett notice anJ WirraoteJ. ' T R. . OTAIaTQBT. THE CHEAP OIIOCEH, Cor. Main & Somerset Streets, STANFORD, KY. II. C. BRIGHT. f. j. TV'IeIs!5!.t'rJlJ,t - r. Ma-hon- mar-tiale- d. court-martia- I J . . . I jdl, I .'.ht.t f 'J i ...!' If- Ui. ' ! BRIGHT h & CURRAN 3 nw i4t : .- ..if Ot i - ft ' ' ..r "' ' ! WHOUSKAIE A.3TD KETAIIi TT , GBOCER S AX1 UBALKHN I.- - Hardware, Queensware, Farming1 Implements of all kinds, Buggies, Wagons, &c, Salt, Lime and Cement. anf We take this oimortimitv tn thank our Mends for their vow liberal patronage in the past jear and hope by fair dealing- to merit a continuance in the future. Respectfully, H J 4 :' p V "JM ft k i j . yi . BRIGHT & CURRAN. jfcnn-SiBecU- ii nteriorninnd January 0, 1886 Tub Kink will body Invited. be open to night. Evert Sttfcrt,Iy, i M CoAL is delivered by the dealers here at 13 cent per buibel, a cent cheaper than it waa lait winter. i. ti.'i'dtAL fnie'cm. Mill train colog Kotlh.... ciprniiiMD" M. wuiqi(.i Herb No order received unless left at the itore and paid for in advance. Bright A Car-ra" I. M, Bruce. Buy your school books from Fenny A MoAlisler. Iam much in need of money and must Watches end Jewelry repaired on short have it to carry on my buainers. Thoaa in notice and warrantee! by 1'enny A jlcAii . debt to me will therefore please come for ter. A coMrxxrx lock of jewelry-,- latest ward and settlo, II. C. Bupley. style, liockford watche n specialty. Pen-ajMoAlisler. Mn. Petew Straiti is preparing to build near his residence, earner Main and PERSONAL Somerset streets, a hourc 20x05 for his Mu. n. F, Evmsit. in said to b dan- rapidly growiog builrtss as tinner. gerously III. Cor. 8am M. EcunkTT, of Lancaster, The trial of William Adams for the murder of Ike Moore, on the 6th of Decemwai here yesterday. Mi) Jra.viE llicrurtns is julte ill ber, was called yesterday, but tbe defendant not being ready, it waa continued till with malarial lever. Miss Lctttb Car.h, of Hnatonvllle, next Monday and be was remanded back is with licr staler, Miss Cynthia Cartas, tojiil. Adams was very badly wounded Mn. A. 0, JIufkman came oxer from by Moore, and for a long time, his life wss Lexington to attend the funeral of his lit dlspsred of, but be has recovered sufficiently to be brought to time. tie neica. si .11 Mil. J. V. McAmmtii, of 8t. Joe, The City Council has engaged Mr. L. P. Mo., Is on visit lo her father, Mr. H. S. Banks lo run lines from one end of Main M'llhM. street to the other for tbe purpose of havMn. Geo. II. Bruce has gone on the road In the Intere of the Bueli Boot and ing the width made uniform throughout. Mr. Banks Is now engaged at the work and Bboe Company. Mb. J E. Buucr, who has been con. it looks like the residences of several perfined to hi room for two or three wetkr, is sons will be thrown far Into the street proper. - We understand that after the slowly improving, Cot. J. 1I.Tinsi.EY, a leading lawyer width is fixed, pavements are lo be laid on of Barbonriille, was here Wednesday re- both sides from the bridge on the Hus'on-vill- e end to Column's on the East. turning from Louisville. Mn. Poi.lv Hi'auca accompanied by "The I.NTEJiton Journal says Bourne Johnnie Cbenault, returned from Fort Pennington was raised too well to misbe8eott, Kansas, Wednesday. have in church. Well, if Bro. Walton had Mita Maooie Leb 8AP.tDEn, after a been here he would not have thought so and year'a visit to her grandparents at Wester Allle Dunn is a young man whose profesville, ()., returned last night. sion is that of a stock trader." Somerset Mrs. Dk L. F. IIurraiAK and Mi Telegraph. Bourne confesses that he is the Ann Cook nd ITeWReid went to Xouis Pennington meant and says it wis Willie ville oa yesterday morning's express. Dunn, who was with him. He stoutly Kli John BitLbGntioof JefTsrson denies that either lib anything rude and City: Mo, who It to' take charge of the ssya the matter has been greatly exaggerChristian Church here, arrived yrsterday. . ated. . Memrs. W.& KHorrand W. B. Hsr-rlsoThe Magistrates granted the Dix River, of Lebanon, and 0. Croke, of Eist Oarrard County and White Oak Turnpike Bernsladr, were here- - yesterday, closing up Company till Juno 1685, to make the necesthe old Pine Hill Company' business. sary arrangements to enable them lo get Mu. H.C. Lai'KCY writes faom Corpus the county's subKriptlou. Squire G. P. Christ!, Texas, in renewing his subeclptlon, Bright moved (hat a committee of three that the coldesj day t(ero this winter, the be appointed to view and report how much thermometer registered but 32 degrees and the county wm benifited by the graded tbat-lhflowers are bloom Ins 1 1 In prion roads made by Mr; J. Otlenbeimer, but time. the motion was voted xlown. This' d:e . not strike us as fair. True Mr. 0. built L9CAI MATTERS, v. . Bev I S.M9KLKOY rejoices in ths ad. the road without consulting the county court, but if by. so doing he haa materially vent of a daughter. ben fitted the section more than himself, New stock Oliver plows, Triple and he should be allowed some pay at least. double trees at W. II. Hlggln'. 10CVH. TbssbgnlscakillJted du standard lime, 8olt( x Itiol atout jo.mlpuU faatsr .. 12 fc.2t.Lfll m. IUI.V, I am bating a lot rf musty wheit iiw.vT RKunUoto M& Mr. ic. once for whal you want.. .Geo. DTWearen, fr"?WM&i Agt. Aftkk January 1st coal will be caib. n, motjces: & of Charleston have" Ilrlrtal Aaanntaltnn In t which tbe membership costs a dollar, and insures a bearre, coffin, carriage and a grave in cae of death. -- Etd. C. C. Cllne, the well known Sun day sebool evangelist, met with a painful accident last week it ills 'residence near Louisville. While experimenting with oxygen gas, the retort he was using exploded and he was severely inared. The annual pew renting in Beeoher'a church occurred Tuesday when $27,250 was teallzM against $31830 last year. Hard times and Mr. Btccher'a recent coursa in politics are satd to have caused the decrease. For a single pew $S00 was the highest price paid. It is strange bow difficult of conversion missionaries find Jewa all over the world-Society for the Conversion of Jews hss just reported a gain of four converts and an expendilureof $85,427, Converts at $20,-00- 0 apiece are inrely rather dear. Possibly the subscribers of the $85,127 may not think them quite worth the money. tarlil - I hi Episcopalians H CrillrM. MT. VERNON DEPARTMET. Managed bJpo. B. Fish, r n, e DEATHS. A tale and handsome Shaft "Little Tot is dead." These sad jrords has Wn placed over the grave of Hon. fell with a weight of Wje oathe heartaf L?o Harden by bis ohildrsn Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pennlngion, such II. J. DAmrroflsrsfor rale 12 building as they bad never experienced as they re lots, 0(5x132 feet,, between Sinnford and allied at art early hour Tuesday nitonlng Itowland, well located and ncccrslble. that their precious little darling rjacl left them forever. Though named Statle Lee Just Keceived. Two hogsheads new in hoaotfolf her maternal grandmother, crop N, 0. fiujrar, very bright goods that she had'always been called "Tot," which we are still selling IS lbs. for $1. Bright seemed to suit so well her bright and winA Curran. ning little ways, The idol of a loving NonEiiT McYaoe, the great peraonator mother, tleahcckof her sudden detth from of the character ol Itip Van Kinkle, has croup seemed more than she could bear, written fora'dite here, January 9th, and but for tho sustaining power cf a Redeem-er'r- f of ooure he shall have It. lore. May He teach Ler that little T. M; Hawes, Elocutionist, will give an Tot la not dead, bnt gone before to tlTe entertainment at the Opera Home, Thurr-da- y kingdom of God, where the will watch and 'coming 'Rev. M. S Moflett night, Jan. 15:h. Half net procetde wait for her held strvice at thehotife acd his comfortfor the benefit of Psrsonsge Pxesbylcrisn ing words were most appropriately spoken. Church. m in .i Then many frlrnds followed the remains ii I wirii to any (o the ladie', as it ii the to Buffalo Springs Cemetery and all .that lit of January, please come and settle was aortal of "Little Tot" wiVlaid, to rest their millinery bills as I am compelled to by the side ol her grandmother who loved have money. Thanks for past patronage I her so tenderly in life. solicit same. Bespt. Kate Dudderar. ill ofj-ranit- e I keeprts here and nt Dinvlllc, in the employ of the Society, nor has there ever been. ; " MARRIAGES. of the suicide of Mr. J. P. It is rumored that John S. Murphy, McKinncy slill remains a mystery, which will probably never be solved. His boV Jr. And the pretty Mies Mattie Nunnelley hto to be married on tbe 15:h, are Mi." thnrnupUr i ttijir.nl and so There were!20 1 mirrhge ltceneea is there is not the slightest sign of any irsued by the Madison County Clerk during regularity. 18S1-1- 10 white and 91 colored -a- gainst Rev. George 8. Savaoe, Superintendent 202 in 1883. Herald. of the American Bible Society, writes us -- Mr. Wilbur B. Good and Miss Mary that there is no such man sa Reasons, the L:e Jones, the sweet sixteen-year-olbeat who recently" took in boarding-housmarL. R. Jonee, M I. . The cause fr d e The Huatonvllle Bink declared .T per cent, dividend for the last 0 months, its gross earnings in that time amounting to $3,102.89. It has already a surplus lund Its of $2,500 and deposits of $12,703.00. Cashier J. W. capital id but $50,000. of Hocker is evidently making the IriBtitutlon. Three negro boys, Tap Hansford, Toy Testers and John Adam, caught Georgo Oliver, another negro boy, the other night and filled his eyes full of Cayenne pepper. They were arrested and fined $5 each to bs worked out on the streets, but it would have been more effective and far cheaper to the town to have worn their backa out with a cowhide. 1885. were daughter of Mr. ried at his residence on the 7th. Mm. Gillette, of Canaan, Miss , have just celebrated their 70;h wedding anni versary in the house in which Mr. Gil lette was born and has lived fur 90 years. The widow of Geo. T. Chambers, and her step son, Harold Chambers, were married at the bride's residence in New York City. Harold Is now 21 and his bride 15 Harold is her third husband. The step mother and brido Is worth millions. HEUGIOUS, Announcement. 1885, Wish- ing all ray friends and patronsa happy and prosperous new year, I beg to return thanks to one and all for a liberal patronage In the past and ask a continuance of favors during the necessary closing out of my business. My determination la to sell out and retire from the mercantile buslnew and my policy is lo offtr such inducements as will effect tpiick sales regardless of loss, therefore will guarantee that every purchase will prove a bargain. Respectfully, J. W. Kev. W. H. Darnall, one of the best known Presbyterian preachers in Georgia, has been adjudged insane, Rev. J. E. Triplett will preach at Mc Kinnev on next Sabbath at 11 o'olock A M, and at Kings Mountain at 2:30 o'clock r.M. A colored church in Kabun county Oa., has a pastor over 109 years of age. During the illness of their leader, the people congregated at his residence for reli gious worship. The printer nt Rsd Blufi', Oil., set it up: "The. prayer meeting at the Metho diet church will bo 'hell' to night." Every badv took it literally and n great crowd as. sembled. There was an awakening of the Holy Spirit and 13 oinfeised their Savior, Thus did the careless printer sow better thanhe-knew- r W. EdwaiaTa Tne January term of the Rockcastle state 'that bl father died at folly four I will offer ber part 0f ibi Mlex. Morelanil hru loir ueitg court closed yesterday after doing a great jearr. 10,' AtVIlES.IN . deal of.busine, . ,u , . , THE TRtCT A bill i pendiou birfore thi A'ftbitns Miss Ella Simpson has returned to rwhleh lri IxgMature cimpellinp persons carrying' Are. '"J?""' WCeptlDR.Hn Clay's Ferry. Mis MolJid M em Is visitthe I: concenled weapons to deljnate the f tel by Acres ,rV$,i.ii V,0ilt"ll ... iroin theflu. .'r'ted ing in Williamsburg. , uuiionvwe turtpll h.iV'i. wearing a hadceinw.rihed "I am armed." Next .Monday-.i- i the first day of the .iir iv wVtUiwr F: Rockcastle Circuit Onurt.r The Docket for WathttlOut Hair. this term Is very light. ' JCit At. It. TIIOMHOX. There la h oort :f rn'IM, rbalkr roTp'xlnn Tbe Neck Tie party given by the which tho riOTelliU call a "wih.l nut mmnVx young ladles at M(s Mattie Newcombs' Ion." It It gliMtly enflngh and no nitttaie. Wathtd-out- , faded, uriored or hair was a grand success, and several of the boys Ii almMt at rejiolilve and melancholy. Parker'a are ttty happy; Ihey drew the very tie Hair Balsam will rcMoro jour hair to Its original they wanted. color, whalerer It va; brown, auburn or black. ILIiBSTJBATED. The preacher, who has oc- Why wear moat on jour head, when you may hare lively, ihlolng hair cupied the pulpit of tbe Reformed church at this place, will not be retained any longDr. IIOSANKO. Thli name tni Income to r.imluarwlth. the mott er. By his sermon last Sunday he fist ' It b, jTnr pWuVi .' picked himself up by the nape of the neck of jxO'.lo throajhhut tho i'dtcl Slatoi that It 'cC'a hardly norrtiar; to tuto that ho Ii tho originator ol and seat of bis breeches and pitched him- the grr.it Dr, Cough and Lung Ejruji, self clear Into "outer darkness where ther the roil'a farorlto jrmrdjr, tfhcrncr known, for entertaining ihort itorlea.Coitly IJlu.tTaN 3 ar2 Is much weeping and gnashing of teeth." Coughi. fnlil, Coniumjitlon and all afTcctlons of SO ct.nl t and J1.0C tho And it Is well that he did so because it eav-e- d (old Throat and Ludji. 1'rlco rteriVnDeenWI.rla.en,!ne; l.Y McRohertt t Hiur. the trouble of "casting hfm out." Up LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ''Rough on Halt" clears out ra'a and mice. lie. here the people do not like for tbe minis"Kowgli oo Corrj" for Corns and Buoloct. l.'c. sfi&'L'sri I have 44 toed cotton mulei ready for ter to tarn his sermon into a political Thin people, "Wclla" Health Kenewer"reatorti market for sale. James A. Doty, near stump speech. Pet haps this wonderful health and rigor, curia dyipenMa, ic. (I. HABPER'3 PERIODICALS, " Ky. "Itougli on Toothache" sires Initant relief. 15c. prophet preacher will preach a sermon on raui. ' .. Cattle are steady In Louisville at 2 this , Ladle who would retain freibncsi and tIticUj, Harptr.? Weekly article. If he wishes, let him light Harper's Magaa'.ne. . 5C5; hogs are firmer and higher, prices don't fall to try "Wells' Health Hencwcr." 00 in. Why didn't you name your man? "Ruchu-palba,- " great kidney and urlntrjr cure. Harpei'a Bnr..... running from 1 to 4 GO; sheep are steady at EdI rata, mice cleared Harper Young P)rle Files, roaches, anta, 2 M 2J to Uarper'a Franklin f qui,. Library 'oaejt'S. There has been serious trouble at Liv- out by "Rough on Rata." lie. It is estimated that over $400,000 ingston between the official and (51 Dumben) , 'Rough on Cought," troche, 18c; liquid, 25c the wbis-k- y worth of tobacco bu been burned' in Poatage Iree to all lubecrlters For children, alow In derelopinent, puny and dealers and more trouble is expected. in the Unltei ' BtateeorCacada. Central Kentucky during the season nf Last week J. W. Goff, one of the men wbo delicate, uie "Weill' Hrallh Renewer." "Rough on Dcntlit" Tooth rowder. Try It. lee 16S1 TliBTolumeioftbe Weekly Ktrvoua Weaknear, Dytpepala, Sexual Debility number for Januarr if Mttiingly, 8imms & C)., bought of A. have been engaged in the illicit sale ol itar WhVr? the firrt n, la mentioned It will be undm"od ihat whisky at Livingston, wss arrested at this cured by "Weill' Health Utniwer' II. ttt Vut G. Yaokey, 14 head of mules at $105. R. W',h DU Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for feTerlihceu, rf;ir,rb:iAhcr.r!?oCfomrdUe4r"9 B. Lancaster sold to W. M. Mayes, 19 place on a lot of warrants from Laurel worms, constipation; tastelcsa. 33c. county and in charge of deputy sheriff J. Stinging, Irrl'ation, nil Kidney and Urinary b; sisr Lebahead of mules at $115 per head. 8. Arnold Wis started to London. Whin complaints cured by "Iiuchu-patbsSt. non Standard. (prodded tie freight does not exceed Jt per Night wrata, ' Tho. Thome, of Millersbur, sold to Livingaton station was reached Goff asked cured byi "Welt fitfr, chilli, malaria, dyrpepila, ir,!rl'mC?'e,'f.MCh Healiu Renewer." o'ue. aultaUe fer to be allowed lo assiit his wife off the cars. Finley A McMskln, 10 bead of mules, leDt bj C,,ll VMVOA oa receipt of U My huband (wiltraa ladyj Is three times the from 2 to 9 years old, for $1,087.60. Benj His request waa refused bat he got up and man since using 'Wills' Health Renewer." II. Remlttancei ahoald be made by ey Order or Wralt, to avoid chance Poatoffica Morer Ifyouaro falling, broken, worn out and of loae. Thomason, to same parties, 21 head, year went to the platform of tbe cars and some ! use ' Wells' Health Renewer." tl. of his friends took hold of him and pulled T this .???" re n,,t deroillarperi dteit!n-e'- . lings, at $100 per head. Kidney complaint In America; Prevalence of a BBOTUEUS.Kew Yoik. One of a pair of twin steers en route him off the train, saying that he should Buehu.palla" la quick, complete rare. tl. not ba taken any further. Arnold asked from Liudonville, O , to the New Orleans Gcfl to get back on the cars and waa immeshow, weighs 4 250 pounds, is C feet 4 inch3KV ADVKKT18KXKNTM diately covered with about ten revolvers, es in height, and 10 feet 7 inches around thegtrth. Oae thousand dolUrs is offered and the men who were behind them said they would die before Goff should be taken NOTICE! for his cital. any further. Thus by force of arms they IL1.11STISA1ED. 200 cattle on Parh Court. About The underslirned CoTimtsslnnra will on Tuesrescued Goff from the sheriff and carried day. ,T law tbe market and all sold mostly at private H. nn SO. IS8J, at the bonkaoffice of W.sub- With the new rolume, betlcnlng In December. him away and he has been at large defying Miller, In (Stanford, Ky., open Mawalne will corcludj its thlrtr-aff- l fir the sales; 1,200 lb. cattle sold at 5:., yearlings scription of stock In the"SUtford, Dix Rlrer.Gar-ral- d Hull's year. The oldest pcilodlcnl ofita type, It Ii yet la County A White Oak Turnpike Roa i Co." each new volume a nw Magaxlne. pot simply U a)ld at 4: lo4Jj Demand for cattle only the officers of the law since that time. LEWIS DUDDERAP, rause It Dresenw fresh tul.larta n,i .w n.V,.,.i fair. Broke mulea sold at. StOOfiTlSO per This week warrants for the arrest of James WILLIAM GOOril. but alto and chlnly because It steadily advances Burton, Fred Schuck, Marl Goff and two or i " ",";.iuL"uu ,lw" vi usgasineMoaxlEg'. In a bead; not many mulca on tbe market. Fir ru. the Magazine bicmra more and more the , three othera who are charged 'with rescu- Cij. j tir j i t i togood horses sold at $90 160. wwwuuvrvs.vAKj wAvuujut,. t Uadlng features In tho altiactUe nroTamme far ing a prisoner were issued and placed in the 1835 are: ew aerial novela by Cod, lance FennJ- John F. Davis, Commissioner of Agri i bands of deputy sheriff Jos. White, who n iunimjw lop rioixuoiuerB oi me xtaiionai tainr U rVHann arM w T Tl.it.. culture, has issued tbe following circular. Bank will be held at their Ranking House In enl tied "At tv.e Rfd Glove:" dencrptlre went lo Livingston Wednesday for the pur-poi- e by F. D. Millet. R. Swain OlfforJ.E. A. Tbe First Annual Tobacco Show will bs HustooTllle on TIES DAY, JANUARY 13TU, of executing said warrants. When he 1881, for ..uiv, u. uimvu. juu uioerr; iio;oimnci "snr held St this office on Tuesday, February 3; the purpose of electing nine Diraetori to . d'ooja to conquer," illustrated by Abbey: Imporarrived at Livingston he found Jimes acrre lor the f raulngyear. tant papers on Art, Science, Ac. , 1SS3, when tbe following premium's will be 01 J. IT. HOCKER, Cashier. awarded: First, belt eatnplc 5 pound J Burton, Fred Schuck. BsoJ. Price, George HARPER'S PERIODICALS, Green river filler, $15; second beat, $10. McCurly and a negro all in Burton's saloon with the doors closed and threatening to First, best sample 5 pounds shipping leaf, ' PER YEAR. kill the Grit man who attempted to enter Harper's Magazine $15; second-bes- t, $10. First, best sample , Jj w A meeting of tba stockholder of the First NaWhite summoned a guard and surrounded tional Rank will b held at their bauklng house la Harpera Weekly . i c .. 5 pounds dark wrapper, $15; second, beet, (Stanford an the second Tuesday In January, 183', Uarper'a Bazar ". $10, FjmI, best sample 5 pound) bright the house, but did not try to enter. Finding for the rurpoae ol electing eleven Directors to '. II arner'e Young People....- ....'..' I H that he could not procure men enough In tcrre the ensuing year. wrapper, $15; second, best, $10 Firet, Harper'a Franklin SquarelLIbrary, one )ear' i JOHN J. McROBERTS,CaihIer. that ction, he telegraphed Sheriff Baker, (52' Numben)...... best sample 5 pounds Green river Burley, ... ,....'..ib Co" $15; eecond.-beit- , Tostage Fro to all aubtcrlbars In the UnUet $10. First; btBrrampfo" at this place, lo come to his rescue with a good guard. Baker summoned about ten , ., States and Canada. 5 pounds Bjrlex fijk'i ?15jjBcond, bwt, . some of whom are considered brave $10, First, best sample 5 "pounds ohtter, men, Ths volumes of the Macizine brctn i..- A lupotlriri.f the ftuetholilnra nf lhi Vnrntni and dangerous men, and went to Livings-Io- n National Bank $15; seconder, $10. All .samples' iniisl' will ba held at the!? ban king houte ","wU" ,a,r J"ne ani Vefm'.C ?' , will tlmola on lhe3;4J train. When he arrived at lnstanfenl on tho trcond Tueadiy in January, ' When nollllilAlll apeclfiert.'lt tvall, U- - -- Jui.' be exhibited in the name of the producer, 18S5, for thepurp'Mo of nlno Directors to iuv iuo iuosriir wiscei 10 il t ,. ." the depot, he nt Garrard Thompson to aerve me ensuing year rent numbtr. and bo of the growth of 131 Only one Tbe last cleren SetnUannuil Volumes of HarpiJO-tB. OWBLEY.Oaihler, J. er's Matritlne, In seat cloth binding, "will 'relent sample from the same crop can bs shown try to effect a compromise with the men in by tualf pcatpalj on receipt 6f Urer vcluaje;'' the saloon, which compromise was final-l- y in any one class. llath cssca for binding, CO cenu each; by mallV ! . agreed upon. It was that Baker would postpaid. Index to Harper's Magazine, Alphabetical, DANVILLE. BOTLE C0UN1 T. withdraw his guards from around the andChtsaltledlor Volumes 1 to C) Inclttils', persons Indebted to the 'state ol tbe lato J. from June, 1S50, to June. 1830,1 vol. 8rp, etotb, tL Mr. Charles Haycndorn, of Louisville house, and that Bor:on and Schuck were M.ill Carter, Sr-- , will pleas, coma forward and colRemlttancei aUoull bj male by the estate has succeeded Sam Webb as clerk in C li- to give themselves up before 'Squire James lie, and those to whom properly la Indebted will Money Order er Draft, to avoid chances cl loss. claims, Sewapapera are not to copy this Roberts. Burton and Schuck were not dis present theirmc urn ov uaTii. prorcn, lor pay- - without tbe express order of Harpr ndTcrtlsncot chee's confectionery. A Rrether. lueui wiiiuu Address HARPRB A RUOS., NewA'ork. !fV'rARTBR.A.mtmJno. N. Richardson, confectioner and armed, but came out of tbe home with I.. ('. III lilt.) ti restaurant keeper,, made an aes'.gnmen their pistols in their bands and walked on to tbe rriaEistratc'a iffice with Sheriff down Tuesday for the benefit of his creditor Baker and two of his posse. The magis J. W. Y'crkei is the assignee. ti ate was not In but the 8herifTsent fop him Sam Goodloo, colored, was committed tojiil WeJnesdayon of carrying lo come at once. Before tbe magistrate ar acoaceaieu ueatlir weapsn. lie was, in. rived, Barton asked lo step aside to speak dieted at the fast tertnof the Cirrhiit Court. with Schuck, and when they had got some Jim nad.Hle Ricliardion, alao coJored.'l20 or50 8leP8 e7 b'gn to run, and as ran, firfd eff their pistols in the air. were committed this same dajrr charged jf AND with assaulting and' wounding. J?jh' Saiith Al this firing, the Sheriff's posse who had ! arrived at the magistrates office, opened witn Knives. AfutfereraLpostpacemsnta, the trial tiro on the fuitivci with about 10 A Full and com A1 etc assorttuciit of FuriiKurc, embracJuR ev of Cary Smith for shooting Sam Smith, was gun and pistols. Btir'oi fell and died 2Ve begun Thursday mjrnidg. There was con- in about thirty minu'en. Schuck was shot erjthiuB from tho Cheapest to tho Finest Parlor Suites. nceil to ko to the large cities to mahe yonr pitrcliases, no matter siderable crosj swearing and the custom two or three times, once in the arm and in quality you want, as I can and will duplicate ary amount of hair splitting and wrangling the Iegi. Burton was shot in the back, the what quantity bullet entered under the left shoulder blade any prices you cau obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alse--n between the barristers but the ctae had not full assortment ol Colli hh, Cives. Shrouds and Itobes, einbrac- reached a conclusion when this report clos- and cme out on ill r'c'it ride of hi ed. Sam who was at first thought to be fatally hint, has so far recovered as to be 1QK his iwa all to piece. Schuck assisted able to ha present and testify. The parlies inctrrying lUrton home a'ttr he died He went among the pone with hix pistol in liye on Dry branch near Junction City. TAYLOR'S. .opER i. Mr. WinfieM It. Scott, of this place, his hand sni Ihey did nj arrest him, preBOSS Ctl ' , at Co. was married at Somerset at 11 o'clock, sumably because he wasnot known o them Wednesday morning, to Misa Lou Boone, After the shooting this brave posse made CHAMB ERSBURG, PA. daughter of Cap I. Sam M. Ihone. Kev. a hasty return up ths dirt road lo Ml. Ver-noFive Awards at the Louisville Expbsij some of them stopping to spend tho Williams, of the Methodist church, was tioa in 1883. Messrs. W. P. night atone place and soma at another, the cflhiatiog minister. .r,MitlST0kit Co Koglnea from 2 to MO horse power. Siw Mills froar aSvil) 11GER "' 23S3f 'w t (bo largest standard ilzea. Tortablo Com Scott, H. W. Mills, J. B. Nichols and L none of them arrived in Mt. Vernon until . Mills irom tna iuitn Carolina Mill Btone Co., the D. Cox, of Danville, accompanied Mr. Thursday morning. One or two Denuty best Mills lu the world for maklnj meal for table use. Write Or prlcej. Add 'est Scott to Somerset and were present at the Sheriffs went back to Livingston this mornmarriage. The bridal party returned to ing and succeeded in arresting one Ciutn GEO. D. WEAKEN, Danville in the evening. bly. Icin't find out what offense he fa GENERAL A(1TH HAMTON, P. Mr. Waller C. Simpson and Misa Mol- charged with. His trial is eel for to day. Traveling Agjnt 6rxuvono, E lis A. Webb, both of this place, were mar- The Sheriff is now consulting with officials EllT0IUIIC ried .Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at and friends as to what ii tha best thing to the Walnut Street Methodist church South. do next, as it is thought that there will be Kev. E. II, Pierce, the pastor of the church, very se'rious trouble bafore everything is performed the ceremony. The attendants quiet again. Bjrton will be buriea at were Lielio D. Cjx, J. B Nichols, H. W. Livingston Thura.hr. What the Mills and W. P. Scott, all of Danville. The end of ihii unhappy occurrence will be, no church was well filled with friends and well oje can tell, you need not be supprfced at wishers of the young couple. anything. to f'tllow that In order long-lie- d to be lonie lived we tau.'t Hir Moms Monttfiorw, aged 100, ancestors. -- It doe nrt win )fr PIUVATE SALE oi'LANtf w?r ,., rs. L. aS li,n.l,iirI1?' ;".;'.? '$ r&& ptrtl-colore- il 188S. HARPER'S WEEKLY ' ti-ll- ly . M" iitSJK.'SS ra 3. bfd-hu- g, f&rSF8&pm "'i10?,'.:'.0 '" Un-eac- ." ner-To- 1885. TURNPIKE HARPER'S MA5A2INE ! j ' illustra-t'drape- rs Stockholder s' Meeting. d ...ca Stockholders' Meeting. d. " ''. iu , r' aaa Notice . Ata-lltic- al Post-QC- 100-3- am m.9 UNDERTAKERS WlAlllff, ITitx'iiitxii'e Dealer in r I - mnil Taylor Manufacturing -- Haydtn,' Slanfnn', Jan. 1, 1885. """" "" At a fancy dress party a short time ago a young lady was dressed in a marvelous dress of green and red in which imaginative eyes were supposed to diecover some more or less resemblance to lettuce and lobster. "What do you represent, Misa M.V' n gentleman inquired, aa they tootc Djn't jou set?'1 their places in a seat. abe returned, laughing; "I'm a aalad." "QoV was her paitner'rs retort, while hn flashed a quick eye over the very liberal exposure of ber preoa; "but havn't you Bu- forgotten to p r. oi the draninj?' ton Courier. ' 1 At Bordeaux the other day a merchant of note was leading his affi meed before the Mayor when be happened by accident to tread on he; train. "H3w itupil of you," she exclaimed. Nitblng further wag said, but when the Mayor asked tbe bridegroom elect tbe usual question: "Do you agree to take Ibis woman fcr your wadded wife?" ho emphatically replied: "I won't be to eta. pld." Tho men who read this will say the merchant had a narrow bin fortunalo es the women, that the affiinced, In view of the enormity of the merchant's was j Ht'fie iu her remiik In Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surroysj Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons Buck Boards. Company; also soycral Columbus Buggy Company's Vehicles, FIUST-OLArSH b .ioa-iisr-s i : A large consignment received from Uie Spikes Wagon- - Which I am tuUhorlzed (o gcll nt very Low Prices to reduce HiocU. These Vehicles Hre nil and secoud lo none made. opi. GXSO. D. WlSAREIff, . oaf o, COMMISSION MERCHANT. AStfitr' V W. F. McfJEAItY rMCfesHieHaL tking to hor mind must bring back the wmmammim i ithiiiii mip.i. h hi. mtmfmam above it In less than two hours we should night and its horrors; must, in fact, tell her be in Spain. Isaeindllate fur represent itlre of Llaeola cotia tr, subject to the actlou ut the democracy. what she had done in her madness! Rather ALEX. ANDBBBON, A curious dread sotted me a presentiAs we went. I drew Imaginary picture oJ the than risk this I must let her continue to ment so strong that over stneo thou I havo ATTOItNEY AT XaAJXV, bear the cruel weight of what aha thought lost faith in presentiments. DANVILLE, K.Y., JOHN II. MILLER Something beauties of the south; end I was glad to b My aim must bo to make her llovo that the thought of Tlsttinz what ber shame. itemed to tell ma that all my 0 (Torts had Will practlee in the Courts of B07U and adjolnlnt Isa candidate 'or repreieatallreor Lincoln counbjlleve that Bir Mervyn Ferrand is still been in vain; of Appeal. might ulmwt b called her uatlva land tm that at the frontier there counties and in the Couit ty lathe next LvliUture, sityect to the action hnr interest. Only let alive, and troubling nothing as to what lias would be certain intelligence received which of the democracy, bogiiijiins to J. B. llMl nf bo able to show her that life could ttlll become of the woman whom he ones falsely would load to our surest; that Phiiippa, ,A.t Juaw, THE SMIAT promlsa a pleeant future, and the moody swore to lor and cherish until death. I with ono foot, as it were, in the Land of ref- And Matter Commlutoner ltockcaitle Circuit Coun cursed the wretch's memory as I thought of uge, would be selxed and carried back to ea of the past months wight be ban memoi him. Will practlee in the Kotkcmtls Courts. Collecislyod fororor. face the horrors and tha shame of a trial for ) The sending of Fbillppa to llro under the murder. It was, as events showed, an ab- tions a specialty. Offlce In A ltewardof Two HunprrJ Dollars will tepald I am sura thatnaona who could have-seecharge of one of his own discarded mis- surd fancy, and only tho increasing tension bribe friends of the lale J. N lXne.Uct for the us that morning would have dreamtd that rupture of his murderer, lletiry Koherla. Ueberla LBB T. out of that party of three, consisting of a tresses was but another proof of the man's of my nerves can account for the hold it SXTIlOJKOrV nUPMAN. Is about 3 years of ag, dark coiapiexlon, haul MX. ejes, smooth face and rery bad countenance, rsth-e- r BTAMFOBD, English ma- revolting cynicism. Mrs. Wilson's accept- gained upon me. comfortable, pleasant-lookin- j; hcary bulli, welgblctf probably 1M uouuils. two doors abort ance of the charge showed me to what a OSce-So- uth aMe Main Street, tron, n atrangsly btauttful girl, and myself, $, the Myers Uoteli It told me tho u ore flylnjf from the hands of justice, i level a woman could sink. rePure Nitrous Oxide Oas administer! when Our appearancd was certainly such as to moreover, that in spite of Lfer letter she was quired. Look, Read and Remember tsiv-- 1 not to be trusted. A woman who could dlsirm all suspicion. lend herself to her former lover's purposes TIUT DB. W. B. PENNY, asked "Uut whore aro rolusr' Uontlrtt. mother "I objsct tj go wandering about .' ia cli a way as this must have parted with T. atom of prida. It seemed to mft that without knowing where our pilgrimage Is to !aHUJ STANFORD, KENTUCKY. la still oa head with a choice line of Cakeiand the woman and the roan were well matched end." Also a Iretb line or Offlce oer ttobt i. Lrtle'e store. Offlce .bout Ureas', frreh at alt time Wltkoat Oasgeaae' llh Sseesl I ara alio prepared to do from 8 tetl a. M.and I to 3 r. M. Aoeithettcs ad Tatlisot all klnJa "We are going to Paris first, then to Spain in bacness. Iisi-iyr- .j baking for cuilooiera. All orders ( Icing and Still her letter lifted a load from my ailolitered when oecewarr. to wherever we can Qui the warmth and ornamenting eseruted at abort notice. SHORTEST AND SUKKEST MUTE m'.ud. I felt that for awhile there could, be sunshine which is necessary to my existence. 2t J. T. HARMS. IB0U IjOCtlTlUJI TO Til, If wo can't find them in Spain, we will cross no. pursuit; yet I resolved to risk nothing, ! Only over to Africa, and, if needful go down to but hurry on with all possible speed. when we crossed the frontier of Spain could tho fiquator." On account of my fslllog health, I offer for sale 'Then you young people will have to go I sloop in peace. airaisctTSnij well known work Mules, lit haode high, used All researches, with ft view to obtaining alone. I draw the line of my good nature to the can, souaJ, gentle and true pullers, and PyLLMAn. CARS wa.'ill'i're! V.L'phi?, evidence of tho first Laly Ferrand's death, when I adrertlse In Tub Ijuicaioa JotaHAL I at Europe." fc Itock, Monlromiry, Atlanta, Earanoab, bJTi Defer failed to sell, and oon at Inst. I glanced at Phillppa. Her Ion curved I postponed Indefinitely. Some day, if all Jickontlll, Mobil., sag y.w Qrltaas. Loalifllle, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and Indianapolis, T, Tt . ' went woll, I would return to England and Ky HtsntorJ, lashes hid her eyes, but a telltnls blush was Ind , dealers fn Stelnwar A 8ona', Decker Bros.', fS-tr- j BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Hainee'. J. A V. Fischer, Vom A Son., Baldwin on hor cheek. I knew that the day was not procure toe documents necessary to prove Co Cottage, Upright and the validity of Philippa's innrrlago There I'lauo Fori, 1 answer my so very distant when she woul 'a Palae. CarsJVttboat Oiasne. alauthe Ejter. tibonlncer and Hamilton Orvana. appo.il iu I wished. I knew that, could I was no pressing hurry. As to any money Instruments suld at prices and terme to suit which should be hers, nover with my consent SHORT LINE TO THE EAST but sweep away the rscorJ of that one night, Don't gtre your ordera till yon get ou? fioaa Loulifllle la Palace Care vltbeulctiaote, prices ani terms. My companions icere thoroughly alarmed. Daurllle, Ky. all might yet be well tilth her. Ob, that should she touch n penny which Hd belonged to the dead man. flibertueo aod Thle notlc forewarns hunters, I grew so pale, treuibloi so iu every limb, sh. uay nevur recall what I nlonj knew! aeTlnr I'om'es VrTthe Protracted as my meditations (Mm on pa- that niy companions were thoroughly alarm- tramre not to trespass on our landi I without perj wo were noarlng Folkwtjni I rcmsnv CIHIUnHn IO line ol tills ro.J will procecuted mission, ai all a ich acts are liable to fecial low ratea. College. receiveAjrenti ot tliti tompmy ror ,3Cr"' 'l9 lettor which had been given mo at per, they were in reality much longer; in- ed. Wo had brandy with us, which was to the full eatontof the law 8e deed, they wero not at an end when the boat duly administered to m ratn, rontes t I'jak. I drew it from my breast, in Stanlord, Ky siarcn win, iwi. n5," After awhile I Ac., or writ. c. P, ATMORf, 0. P. & t. A. OuaAW M.McCortuack, STANFORD, KY. dcKltlrlck. truing to real it; but tho sight of tht steamedof into lkmlogno harbor. I I went in recovered, and although tho fear was still D. T. Iluib, n w, wupeoier, Loulavlllo, Ky. my companions who, was glad with me, sat with the stoicism of an Indian II. Itod.ng postmark on the outsldi made ine search C. Hlihon. V. llell, chango my Intention. I remembered Mr. to find, had borne the voyage well. We at tho stake, awaiting whit might happen H. Cobb, Leil Hubble, With Full Corps of Teachers. K. D. Uho.lM, wcni soon in tin train, nnd, without any at the frontier. I had done all I could. If, at IllKlnaKellr. Wilson's half promlsa to sond me soma con W. C McCormack, E events occurring worth recording, at eight the last moment, disaster overtook us, I had B.O.A J. F.Uorer, HI. raunlcatlon. I longed and yet I droaded ta Tola Institution will open Its Fifteenth Session M n I.ytlp, tl.U lllll, outhe 1st Monday la bcptembern.it. break the s3.1L I felt it would bo better tit o'clock stool on tho (Jare du Nord, Paris. at least striven by overy means within my T. 1. Carter J. W. weatberlord, Wo drove through the brightly lit streets power to avert it. Wro. Burton, me to real that latter alone. Whate C. Vanoy, J. S. Murphy, Wo havo passed BiarrlU, the merry bright J. A. Harri. ALL THE BUANCUE3 Of A might bo the tenor of Its contents, I was sura to the Hotel du Louvre. The stains of travel J. M. Hill. washed away, my mother gave a sigh of watoring plau. Wo havo passed Hondnye, P.W.Carter, it had soms bearing on Philippa's relations roJ. it. NeAlUter, Ed. Carter, the'din-n-- r satisfaction as sho soatcd hersolf at with Sir Morvyn Ferrand. the French frontier station. Wo leavo tho T.J.Fotter, J. U.Jonea, TH0R0UGHENGUSHC0UR3E Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. table. Like a sensible woman, sho was towering Pyrenees on our loft. Wo are J. Q iiontireriiery T. M. White, Wo wero soon on board the steamor M.1 at (). A. llenclict, II. K. Are taught, as wtil aa under way. Although ths Arctic rigors of no despiser of tho good things of this life. Irun. where all baggago must be jealously M.T. Uarcum, --7ht only line W. K. Anion Itutsell, There wore other lata diners in the great tcrutinlzod. We are in Spain! Nobody has runnmi tin last throe weeks bad departed, tho air on coffos room, and many head was UJ Daret. A. D. Newland, KD IO, TUB liANOUAOEH. DHAW-INturned to troubled ik No suspicious-lookin-g a 1; Newltnd. A tho sen was too keen to make the channol stranger H. W.aifena. PULLMAN NEW 8L1EPIN0 0AB8 AND PAINTINO. tyr) passago an enjoyable on?. I persuadod my loot at tno beautiful girl who sat on my has watch I in. Ths stoppage bat been Jas.U I'rewltt mother an 1 PhlllDpa te take refuse in the right hand; for every day whfch brought long, for t istom house officials aro saloon, anl then I found a quiet spot srliero her now health and strength brought also m. .cular in thedischargs of tbelr g I was able to read my lettor without fear of to my love an installment of ber former duty; but our courier has Can be Mado In Tuition, prices taage front tii to 40 la th Lcauty. In a very short time she would 1 interruption or of betraying myslf by tha saved us all personil trouble. Ho had done raox to all appearances the Phillppa of old. regular Departmecu. rnraary, 124; Intermediate US' yeoman's service. emotion its contenti might cause. It was At last we are in an- By anr wan 01 wotnao, elrl or boy who will organ- Htr, liSHilsTlllcCIUciHHHtl HHd IitX 49, and OaUrgUte, HO. wo stay in Paris, Basil J" other train, a Friparatwy, f "How lon.shall well I did so. for the first words blanched train which runs on a Una of ise eluba lot IkeWKBKLV WOULD, the crrat farm lHglBH, K J asked my mother. my chcok. Tho letter began abruptly, so: another gauge. Tha. very time of day has and home newspaper ,compleU la all deuirtarata. half-paFor IN subFor foil particulars, as la Board, Ac addreae Agents paid I LI PA Oil "It Is now nine; our train starts changed. We have lost or gained I forget " I know or guess nil I know why Sir uAOrlt eich W wllIU MRU. H. O. THUltllKART, rrlnclpal, Calculate the which some twenty minutes. Mervyn Ferrand did not reach my houw at 8:45 in the morning. Wo now scribers at tl oliaiord, Unoola Oa., Ky. paid, frfrMiniUcrlbin.il!, lor 2i tutiecilben, C, time." that night. I know tha reason for her count by Madrid time. We am fairly on for IS subacrlbera, W; (or 10 subscribers, S3; for 3 Ooonectlnj to aaue depot with nut trains for "Oh, nonsense It is years since I have Spanish ground, and I have saved my love. auliecrlbera, tl- strango oscited state. I know why h Utt Cirbeen in Paris. Twant to look at the shops. Agents waatnl la ee-- y town and Tillage my Iiousj bofor3 you camo to seek her. I Saved her from others now to save hor culars and Min4e copies free. Dead for tuna o uoes 1'nuippa, I am sure." know how he met with tho death hs deNews- from herself. Nover, nover shall sho know "My dsar mother, the man, much more the secret of that dark nl jht We will speed tuTHE f WOKI.D Is the banner Democratic pe-- t served. the Unleo. Ererr Democrat taouia The Direct Route to Lx the wpman, who lingers in Paris is lost. If away to the south to the sun, the color, It. Dally. K, l JO; J; Sunday, Daa " Ah! sho is braver than I am. She has per year. TlUe. Norfolk, dono what years ago I swore I would do; you are going elsowhere the only way is to the brightness, the flowers. All shall be Weekly,!! go straight through, or rlso you get no fur- forgotten. The dark remembrance shall bo and yot I liad not the courage. I was baso E. H. BURNSIDE, All Virginia and Nortb Carolina enough to forego rovenge for the saki of the ther. I have proved this, and mean to run swept from ray mind. I will call it a dream. I will win Philippa's love the love that 1 beggarly malntenancs ho offered ms for no risk." iNTlaloa We will drib the Point. "But remember we are only weak, women. dare to believe is already almost mine. We Joraial. wllh thn Weekly World one year fir Thla Old UckeU Woll - Known Forneawt and lurlb.r Inrunnatlon. apply to tha salio, porhaps, of my children. I sank This poor child Is far from strong." World, fit 40, and or 74; wlih the itg 7,or map,ticket offlce, w. addrrM low enough to be com 3 his tool to do as ha will live forever In bright, sunny, glowing ti K&int&inB Hotol W.J. K. AI(NIILD, She smiled at Phiiippa, whose eyes thanked lands. Who cares, for dull, dark, dismal with the Dal y World for 17. bade mo, even to taking under my roof tha W P. W ALTON, Stanford, Ky. AJ?rUalo A st., Hoputation, TUkvt and High AtU, ! woman who thought herself his wife. Yew, ber for the affectionate appellation. England? Have we not youth, wealth, and, ".l;rllsA-rylJoiil.TllKkA I'D "Don't ba merciless, Basil," she continued, ob, bleated Word I love? Before my love and she has been braver than I. But her wrongs A.T Oen'J Maeaew, (lHt'1 that woro gnjator than rains; for I had but my-so- lf "give us at least ono day." Iti Proprietor ii Determined try me He years and years of swoetnet nnd Joy. IUhmnd. Vlrdnta Pa'r "Not one. I am just going to look after a Shako off black gloom and bo merry, Basil It Skall ba 8eood to bo Coon to blarno for being in such a degraded MftUl U LkaSUtriA ita 1 position that ho could throw me asida like courier, so that you may travel in all possiNorth. You hs,ve conquered fate I ble comfort. " OrroaiTK Cocar-IIcf- a or We have passed St. Sebastian. The slugin old clove. He nover married ma. My mother seemed almost annoyed, and gish KENTUCKY fi.-- fi uFicnothingfor your sister, if she bs train is irearily winding up the valley DAHVirJUC. - - - KENTTJCKY, tios to Coiofert of your eiter. Tell hsr my lips are sealed to again said I waa merciless. Wiiatr would of tin Urumea. Wa are in wild and gloritheir QsMtt. had she tin death; and for tho sake of her brave act sha have saidthat letter,known that,' unlet t ous scenery. The railway is carried at Meat, are b u a, Oauie always on MiIlHc.UrHi Hen I e." had received instead of going to great elevation, from which we get now and hand and Inre let all oy iters freb oh, and .lin-lllla Mwean, tell hor this: wlllke tear.yei to aa fraa Ike de our present comfortable- quarters we shoul 1 again peepa of deJIca lr. all siylr mid short Bttfar. caar.. He. rial arronaie4atlea. free or valleys. Yes, I mrflce. look nut "Sir Mervyn Ferrand's first wife died on have driven to the Orleans railway, Shorten and QalfJceHEoute from Oeo Nrthetlin Wftolblne Itettsu-rant- " te Cea.ai.rrlal7rat.lrre. Tfce Harwlll and could now find time t admire tho wonder the lS(i of June, 1S5- -, three months before nd call when you am hungry. tnl Kentnoitj to all PoinU Morth, siaray sieolled wltk the rk4real tha first the day on which bo married your sister. taken she knew train to theI south I How ful scenery which last! until we passed kraada of Llaitrs fto Clears Eut, Wet and Bouthweit. JP. II' MAHOMIRIHRH- t'Oy how little, trustod, Phii- Miranda. DaoTllIe, Ky. She died at LirorppoL at No. 5 Silver streot. little Fast tine Oetwres- knew from what we wero frying! .Myinbod changed with the country, I She was buried in the cemetery, uaJ&r tha ippa I felt I must give my mother some reason laughed; I jested. LEXINGTON A. Tre. ss.rk. MllHKaVT'A MPr.CIFIC, many staLucy Ferrand. She has friends namo of Each of tha ttchfOuU ta Effect Oct. If. IMI. MlM the Great EBfllsk Kcmttlj, alive. It will bo easy to prove that she was for my baste; so, before going in quest of tions, at wblph we stopped, furnished matemy courier, I took Lcr aside. n rials for my new-bormerrimant, I laughed tho woman whom he married. Her maiden "It Is not well for Phiiippa to stay la nt the solemn looking Spanish railway natna was King. He hated her. They I. a potltlte cure for Weak kt.mo-r- y, Uxa or Brain l"ow.r, Nrrtoua parted. Ha 'gave her a sum of money on Paris," I said. "8onie one whom she ought offlcials.and drew pic lure of the doleful fate Jhftwaai.iwu, W4w.u, irnuilM, not to meat waa here of Imaginary noblei born hMaJsos whom ; jondltlon that she never called herself his lapoteocy. and Ucoral 1am oJ I blamed myaelf for the deception; bat poverty forced to deacn.i totsycb, employwifa. He lost sight of her; I never did. ruverot tbe Ueoaratlre Ofpni; An 'Independent Newspaper of UdlnruM Ihatfdllavaaa a . .. , r For years I hoped she would die, and. that what could I dor Alasl it seemed to raethat ment. I grumbled not at the slowness- - of ejoro luoar. vw.. oi youtnrui impriKSeara ot my life, whica oace was fearlessly open to the train although an ordinary traveler Democratic Principles, but not Con. outDn he, would infrrymju Slwdfed tiplaU.for the enaest. uaiurcd rrara, eucM Tr43life. Uip lu0 to Ix resized. I told him of her the inspection or all, was now foil of little might wall, when on a-- SrAnUn line, sigh trolled by any Set of Politicians or M Uql.nrullJudluee.raVn In tbe Juld.levcr again for the comparat!yey ll&htrting" s;ed of the doaih; btit I changed ths data. I would nofc else save deceptions. Dlmnna of'Msloo, lrema-lur- e Uo,UW A Janata lay otterdle-ease- s much maligned French trains. Time wa Manipulators; Devoted to Collecthlin yrhsra sUadlod. Tart of his object ba my truo self! tell that Jeul to Iiuflltr or My mother raised no further objection. I nothing to rue now. Was there not a lifein coming to Kodiug.that night was to enIn all caaoe of News of deavor to wring tha information from me. found a courier a bearded gentleman of time stretching before me anl Pbilippal ing and Publishing all the Weakness the rreclflc ecu Ilka a WeWsV! PHB3BS commanding presence, who spoke overy My gayety was contagious. My mother the Day in the most Interesting charm, rmtorinf loas or fadlnr rli bbBI B.BBBB 5" Ho would nevor havo had it. No other r.,glTlo t.tb eye a iwuuent oa.-- j eic ae.MD M j j woman should have boon bis wife so long as European, language with impartial perfec- laughed until the tears cm, and. FhBlppa Shape and with tho ina.prklui(beac aty, to tbecheak greatest possition. I gave him. Instructions tosos to every- smiled as I bad not socn ber smile since we sm ssstsa rSV I could stop It Af itrtiXUr, ttwraefUweaa4r&taJtsu It' I nnnn f MMVta.. ?C "Now that ha is dead, you can tell your thing next morning; to colloct our luzeaze picked up under such sad circumstances ble Promptness, Accuracy and Im' JTMurray'sPftlfic I. eoMibr all DruatefesU ba sastfa brave Bister that she may, if she likes, toko save the small quantity we carried with us, that long dropped, thread of friendship. I per package, or ala packa:, for 94. Al Iwiir , . . -partiality-; and to tho Promotion of alUeeta-(rM,orecelproruric. thViiain?, title, and what wealth sbs can and to register it through to Burgos. I had Those who have travelled in Spain wHl I i I Ii i i Fv tncapbleti which .. iiiu rKull Dirllaiilara in no particular reason for choosinz Burgos, scarcely credit rat when I say wj hail tha Democratic Ideas and Policy in the claim. Fear nothing from dm; I will L . v. mailed titt to ererr appllnut. Aaareta an com- I I I I " but it, seemed convenient place at which compartment to ourselves. We were trousilent as djar.li." I DUrueauosa ! ueaoae naanuiaciuraa.' I I I I li i IIII aiBBBBS to tiksow first thorough rest. bled by no cloaked Spaniard wbovjai is the affairs of Government, Society and MVKHJ. V MEBMVINR CO.. KanaaeCllr, Ho. TbBjnjwt day's Journey was a dull, dreary, wont of his kind, Insisted upon smoking like Industry, Bold In auufard by Tcnny A McAlUter and al! CHAPTER 'JUL wearisome affair. My companions had not a furnace and keeping Uot,h window shut. Drufjlu ererywhere. Halt, by Mali, roilpaldt FLtOIIT. khakeu oft the fatigue of the previous day, Out noble courier bad been gfvon his inw o va va-acr Aaniua PTSa A Co., Wholeiala Asen te, $6 00 I road tho wo nsn's letter again an 1 again an I now that I felt Philippa's safety was, structions. Hi argnmant wero venal, and BAILY, pr Yw LouUillteiKr. 'aBBBBB i BB BB BBBBB ' ' DAILY, per Monlh 50 read it with feelings in which joy apd dis- comparatively speaking, assured, a reaction had 1 troubled about meney I should have 1 00 gust wore strangely mingled; but tho forner sjt in with me No wonder. Ishudler now found them costly. But thoy carried the SUNDAY, per Year 335. 5S,sss;)3 ::jjg wns Um predominaht seniatiou. In the first xi I think of the strain to which both body point, and no one intruded on our privacy. BAILY and SUNDAY pw Ylir 7 00 & H.W. The hours went by. My mothor slept, or plnco, if Mrs. Wilson kopt her rromisi of and mind had been subjected during the last 1 00 'WEEKLY, pw Year adcrocy, it soenw-- to mi that all danger of fortnight. I was moody and. ltstlest. The pretended to sleep. I s.atod myself nqar -- The Direct Saute to- liMrra, TUB 8VX,Scu Tork City. suspicion falling upon Philippx was re- air was full of fog and mitt. The Phillppa, and wbisperd words of thinly , moval. Thoro would bo no one else- to make express train pounded along after the woll voiled lovo. She answered them not I known style of French railways. Orleans, no answer but her eyo3 wero down-'as- t known tho fact that upon tin night of Sir r i : ? TO HAVt HI..IIH THE IIYCR MUST BE KEPT IM OIDEK. and her cheek was blushing. She sighed. Morvyn'j death a wrongod, distracted wo Ulois, Tours, Polctiors, Anrouleme, Coutrai 9(c? man loft her home a woman whoso lifo'a and other stations passed mo as ono in n A sad smile played around her sweet mouth; . I I IIartUw.it and Southwest by tbe way of M u Impplncus had boon clouded by the villain's dreatp, 'Ihe dull day crept on until dark n feiullo that spoke of a t orld of regret. That j ssj j isr.28S i. t, m j B " treacherous act a nomau of strong pas- evening was upon us, and we were all thor- Mgb, that stnllo, told in thai sin understood vT !' " IBBBBBB sai i Sbbbb sion, who in hor temporary delirium might oughly glad whon our day's journey ended up, but told ma aUo thaf, ah! It could nover bo. The past never forgives! But all tho -wiKily Iw turnsd to taks such vengeance for at Bordeaux. Laarlnz Chattanooga tor Ml? I ! ft make Isrtlle aid CIdcImib-aIiIl-I- i ? ?' I, at laait, hold her quite unaccount-nMr- t. My mother, who was rather great at guide Kama she let her hand rest in mine; and alS3 I . f i direct lonnectlon at tho. joints ltb the Light-utn- e If I could but fool suro of the silenco books, had beguiled part of the journey by though, considering uliai had happjnad, ,i Hxprrx on tbe Ohio A MIiiImIi. Ki St ? : 3 Louis and all points Wist. 'PHBBHB I3B BE cth.i oniHrsonwlionj Idreaded, wo might a Murray, which somLow made its appear-ane- a senrcoly date to say so, for once, for many, many montlu, I was all Lut happy. 'm-lo 1, nn 1 fear nothing. I from her travelling big. As sho knew 'p ! Vfn rolum to Lw I! mum: i K Only from Luulifllle or flntln-I1A For mo that journiy cudud only too soon. Aftjr all thoro Is something cono were to sleep at Boideaux she had been smvcrcxl ! i i I'M XLUUlb nail to Ht. Lou i. being two hours night wo leache 1 Burgo-i- , the capital of tying down tho law as to what we woio to At temptible iu flight Should I trust to Mrs. Ml iUlckrr than any oihr l'o glrlo; our paistiRi-rWiUou's proml-e- , and return with my In trains time for ihojIi anl tint choice of liouut. newera to too tho curious high the old Castilion kng lorn, anl I laid my BB Mil BSB3 1 enjoyed sleop such going West. by tin naxt boat from Doulognef t'ooden flft.'enth century houses of tho old Load on my pillow an TNo, a thouwind timss no( Philippa's siol-ft wn, tho cathedral, with its flue towers; the ns I hail not known since the night before li car. rr,.Ur fBtu.l ..4 IM. r..H1 lr a TnU roi. 12 Hours Quicker S.m-?.fgssrsss as e U fir too prccicui to mo to bo Ulllu,-,.!- , ijincntl I l.,.,r... Ujrirvpdi.CooitlividoD, trmtod very out cuurciics or uc. L'roix ana St. tint ono when Phiiippa, with tho snowflakei jnnJlc.llrklMlM,lt4j.tl,RlwufulliDi,le. II rrcul.lx Ine olu; by waytf Clilcajj. In the hands of one excitable woman a Seiirin, nnd u variety of other interesting falling arounl her, stood outside the win don lb.hnw.1. I Iha blnn4 anJ lnr(lt,.ri SSBBBS BB'BBBBiBBtJBB of my cottage anl gave ma something to moreover, who has wrongs of hr own objects. It needed all thj assurance I i u, i.tU raiar aauicisr. ih,n..nd. oftin .j.I.dv.TitiinnliliyruT. in mul. auj jra;ti, m i, ,uu mflpi.tmvn. tailing for vangesne?. all tho invalid's qu&rulousness and livo for something to hope fori her MAY.SVH.I.K UKAMJII, mind may clianjo, and Instead of further insistence I could assume, to Induce her to Arizona'. 1'lrit Fair. ing our sateiy siio mny bo urging on tho cousont to rexume our journey tho first thing Always makes Noain-Hous(Chicago Times Dally Dally pursuit, Lot me trust no ono save myself. in tin morning. Even Phdippa pleaded for L't. Hun, Kx. Bun. For my lovo's sike. I was ovorjoyoj to delay, an gavo mo to understand that she The first territorial fair of Arizona cloiod Timo Con Lre Covintoa..., hear tint, suppling tin woman's statement thou?ht I was using my mother unfairly. 11 few days ago. The foaturj that attracted 2 00 nra " Ixlnston .. mid dato waro conect, Phillppa h8s tho But I was firm. If I could I would havu most attention was tho display mad? by tho THUS ij a u M ni ' I'erl n u u mi o zij p m dead man's lawful wife Their exhibit comprised every With all Lines at '0t that this fact huriiod on by tho midnight tratn. Any Indian Arr Mllleraburi; S 40 a ui' S 47 pin for oin moment palliate 1 tin guilt of his " Carlisle way, now tlint we were within n few hours' form of vegetable and cereal product euter-in- z 0 00 a ui f, 07 ii in " Johnson,., . or lojsuncd tha contempt nn 1 hatred Journey of tho frontier nnl of safety, I St. Louis and Intermediate Points, into their domeitio oconomy, such as 0 15 a iu. 7 00 pm "Mayirllle... 10 30 Iboro towards him; net that it clian"d in would lei vo no inoro than I could help to diiol green peppers, dried fruit, Spanish ia! 7 45 pm my eyes by ona iota my lose tuition No Ferries! No Oihh11uh Trans- baouot, dried fruit of tho sabaura, or giant chince. RoToT TRoTBr Marriod or unmarrieJ, to me she was nil So in tho early morning I got my party enctm, buls nnd wU of tho "earelosa wood" Uslly Dully Icm! Kx. Bun Ex. bun that a woman could be. Though a togctbet, and before it was light led thorn to (annall, lrow.i nhkI, souwlliing llko inus craft had wrought what would bo tho train. I believed that by now my tard, but sitnll'i), Indian wheat, Lenin, Connections nude la Union Vi I. tit. Louis. Lto JIaysTllle-.- .. S 41 n m 1 w ir " Johnson her shann in tin oyes of tho world, though mothor looked upon mans rather out of my com, etc. The Indian wheat took ilrat nnd with trains of Unci gjln West, orthwttt and a 30 a in 1 S3pu " Carlli' Eouuiweti. hor hands wora unconsciously rd with a censes. Sho frankly ownoi sho could not second premiums. 7 21 am 2 41ia Numerous domodlo II yon are ROln? Woit to any tpolnt, rail on or " Mlllersburg 7 41a m 3 OU pm man' blood, to mo sho waj as pura at a ves- seo tho nocesslty of innking a toil out of .?.., exhibited. Canteens, rnttlo?, wiltu to Ibo uudnrilgncJ. Arr Paris H 10 p pi 3 tal, innocent as a child. what might bo n ploasuro. Sho little know boskots, and ullfotti of war togery wore Jxlngton. Infjrniallon in regard to I'or lull and reliable 9 10 n tn 0 tOpra FACTS RICAKDIlid k CiTlnglnn Yet for hor sake tho nows gladdened mo that nothing could have mado that journey dkplayod. Ono cutious article was nn InLaud, Ac , In tbe Western Hiatts, XIapi, Uuldos n )a ui n ti juii I know lhatifevor the tfnio should como a pleasure to and Household Sf.IhrhhATcDl. and lonett special ratoi lor Ticketsaddrraa in, that even finding 1'hllljipVs dian wooden plow, an exact counterpart of UooJ. to all points West call on or tt!m Knoxtiiic, whou I could placa proofs in her hands that eyes now and again f xed on my faco with thoso uod two thousand years ago In the ?"? l'n, to Cortoxlon. U II. ALSOl', nlnchcatersnd Lexington Ja"7 nurlrv and enrich tho Dl OOO, rcniliito It will sho was a wifo that sho could, if she chose, what I almost dared to think wai teuder valloyof tho Nilo, whllo, stiaiely enough, ' Lei,ri.ton and Pari., an.' TasscDjer Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway, 7IIC the LIVER and KIDNEYS, nnii bear hor worthless husband's nams, and faco interest that oven tho blush which crossed t'10 Indians alio took tho first premium for HKALT1I and VIOOK of YOUTH! Irs ul tlioae Harrodiburi;, Ky rot Tla Winchester ani s rain nop is uany except tiunday between 1.0 TJMl', dl.Ljti. MMUlilimatrrtaliianilitllcUn .InUlirce- T. VT. PEABODY. W. B. 81IATTUC, her cheek when I caught thoso glances was tho best modern plow displayod. tho world without fear of ecorn, tho restoracaiiculallv l)Sleia.wuiiioi unuiiit ifan'gr, Pree't and Oen'l Ocn'l Tass. Act, iPglon and Paris, but Is dally from Cinilnns to tion of her Hum, IjlV nt atriniilli. vtc Its mo Is nurkc.il would bring with it a not sufficient to reward mo for my anxiety. 0. W. rAItld.leotral Passongtr Agent, Iipiies, with Iniiuo'llato ami MGiHleNlilrttiills. A slow, a painfully slow train. InnumerLexington and Parls:-- N. Joy'Jc" n'y woman can rightly Clnilnnati. Ohio. tl, dally except Xutlilns to AVorry Over. innicleiaiiJ nitMiuii It u iictrrortv. LnUvciu And Phiiippa, with all her pride able stoppages. A country which under the 20m! arr Lexlngtoutt loam. the mind and supplies llraln l'owrr. IFrench WIt. sulTirluK lioiu nil comntalnts circumstances would l.ivo given mo no Inex.c,fy 5tJ2aJr' ' nd passion, was a true woman, full of tho Lrxln4lon t nn'n rnj ."ri 1 fXCP pnull ir lollicli si x will lluJ Iu B. A p Paris S IS p in. A dlnor at a table d'hoto dtsplays slgm ol softness and dolicato droad of shamo which terest 0 ren if wo had lwn In summer Inic jhu kptedy last Line.' nos. 3 snd i .m .1. vi u.i.. irritation just tweauso tho waiter tiappons to in. hahtisr-- iron tonio a t romiilexloii. gle:nl(Mirnnllipallh euro. It stead of winter; and thon, aftor nearly five characterizes tho best of hor s)x Tno slrunvisl lislliu n) t llio aluo ot 1)11. ssssssF have spilled a plate, of soup over bis coat. Yot when shoull I be ablo to tell berl hours' ijow travelling Bayonne at last. nt r,tiiieitt 'ua w,DcUe'u, i RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E "Don't worry, sir; J'lon'c vrtrrrf," says tha II.viiTFii'n III )V Ionic onlyil udiUU to thj;allvmiita puimlur at counttrn lllntrl v with its strong fortlhcaMens. Whonovcr I did so I must also reveal the Ity or the oilnliul. ir ) on cai la.lly Ueslru health A farorlte head waiter; "Jt Is 7 o'clock.' Kked to snr nt ak,i .. with tho welcome Pyrenees towering -a.nu lltsT fact of ber husbanJ'i being dead, nnJ my &OtAd&ndauccejuful.nMH&IUtain iti. ft u a 5 n iiniti'S "' "ur"4!. "U'hat in thunder has thai got to da witli do not txperlmoiit gi l llio Okiuinal (ow retired) for tbo curn ot Xervum JfbUitu, doing bo must bring tho wbolo story of his HOOK."! HUIxjuIl Mo. ror rassenger Agtnt, W.li. WHITTLESEY. UP yells tho victim. Trar, Pass. Agent. I trembled ilcatlUobor knowledge. I FalUf itraocsand ufuUnfjria.tloii.liM,' In pi al n sealed en velope-e- . Uruxglatecaa Quit "After 0JX, sir, our soup doesn't groaw-h- ct IiiliUion, Ky Men ttt Ifri vapocH t might moan. Surely its TOItIO IS FOR QALC OY AU thougutrjhat this . r, it'u pro DR. HATTER'S IROII Address DR. WARD & CO., Loulil.na, Me. natim kaniger n. vr. purxKit, water, sir; that is nlL" noiw-ia- r nn iimfr evimiwinF. General dramat3urrdnnllngsmust suggest tosSfe Qta. Peas Ag iKlbUiljr tobrd lucre u arku Attorney Court-hom- e. $200 Rowvdt Through Trunk Line DMNTI8T, I rt yii dt aav J. HARRIS Uiilt( IVIulcs for Sale -- Gr. it'lt! I. "WEltOlTM SOUTH & WEST II. Bnldiviu Co., -- POSTED ! i Poat-offlr- e, i-- Stanford Female a 1 Kentucky's Route East -- O -- noble-tookln- MONEY TERMS MODEKATE, A SOLIDTEAIN Washington orry. 3JTe"vcr st MYERS HOTEL, and Still baiul-Weekl- y, XT- STANFORD. KY. Propr Seml-Week- ly . Masonlieimcr's Restaurant St. ApiatmaUt 4r, Attc fflnu. ar fai'-aw- 11 CI.IW.ATI. wray -- ? --- J:?l MillilL..1!. 1 1 e Siy J "' "r?ff "" w Bf -- 200-ly- rl --- -.'. .... -- d M1M! St. Louis & tho West 1 tiff i fiiIiiN?i fni "") 1 9-- 0 1 1 i.ij! r.OUISVILI,i:erCIMI.MTJ. 'M 1 Mrp,,,' 1 ...... "1 1 1 ur liiaTriig s 3 !!l!!Ml Mill - wo-mi- r., sassass I? O. to M. f?rsr 1 JKkTUnClILY Fast and Suro nootions flRON I SOUTU-IlOl'N- black-guard- 's INllO i 111 .' X- com-prehou- d. nirr s FREE! e, e, aCaahln;aa,nJ tirm-rtntln- n dJ0.y.f"L,.bfF?? v' u n.:. w ' -