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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885011301 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. lenti mukm ntefio JaflflM .r-- 1 -- ', umfttiL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER fettitrtlft Mil Snni-?KtctkInteriorournal Stanford, ky Tuesday. January 13, Frlav to isss. 408 Published Ttieulav mul T a.UU When IEIl ANNUM pall strictly lo advancs. If " hire veil tar Urn. $3.80 will U ebancsd. W. P. WALTON. THE (Clara VTs. M. HOME-COMING. Brie a Brae. "Time will tell- "- lady's agt. Why ia a clerk like a guti? Hecause he can be discharged. When dcea a man hare a wife In la? When he sues for a divorce, Why ! a man always late like a cow'a tall? Because he la always behind. What la (he difference between a a (JalhdHo.'Woaaan? Nun. When do we bare the survival of the fittei? When a tailor recover from an Catho-lloautr- Dslgardyrw laTUu Current. how ar wl. Como from tho cburch Straight to our home beside the IVmd low thy lisad, ontar tlw porch; Thrleo welcome, bom! Ollla Machroo. Thy kinsdum' hew, Ufbt ot my heart! Sly own doar lor, Mt down y in: flour, day and ysars ens trs may jxirt, Or loavu thU boms, (Jills Machre. kl aro not rich, our vat ostatos tlilt cot Uwido tbo ma, And what tow Cub by tldu or fatu V C'uinprW't Get In my iwU, (J Ilia Maehrtw. For wealth untold 1 train witb HM cauu.it buy tbo plane I most in thy iby nyc-- i, OIlli MacbrvV ThU hUarth'aour own, my loyal wife, Our fruitful vine, our own JUr tree; OurkeArUaroona; one-- t.icful life, On death, be our, Ollle MacbrM. Ats) itie IU P- - tVro rtvw lie sheltered by one willow tree; And lines tat blow the scattered Uavr From thine to mioe, Utile Macbree! We ant not m, no, my mwt1 lh; If " LUhl of my heart. We Pardon Sttem. The pardon system and the methods employed by convicts and their friend to secure their release from tbe penalties of the law are clearly shown by Gov. I badly, of Ohio, in his annual message, which, hy the way, comprehends very nearly everything under the sun. He thus dercribes some of tbe pleasures of being a Governor: Tbero has never been much, if any, method or system in the hearing of petitions for pardon in Ohio. At pnsent the pudon A haridaoiae face the face of a clock. i ronducled largely by earwig- When lora a girl have a naughty beau? ging. The Oovertur ia beset at his effier, When her bonnet etringa are in a hard his home, on the rlreet, in th cars any knot. where ard evtrrwi ere. Permmal .and to When I' a republican emplofe like a rub lilical frier d bisch him fur pardon in s ber ball? Whin he gets bounced by a demof which Iber have little or no infi r ocrat mitionCna!d nitons of all sorts are adWhen a drunkard spends hia lint cent for dressed to him. There is on file in my ofwhlaky, what condition ia he it? Sense-le- fice, in a still pending case, a teller addressed to my predecessor, soliciiiog pardon for Why it a fchoolboy after a Hogging like tbe reason that the prisoner electioneered the American fli? Hectuse he ia red, for him all day en the occaiion of one of white and blue. bfa elections to Congrees. I have myself What la the difference between a Itustian been persinally solicited for pardon by a and a horn? O.ie haa a long name and the prisoner, who is still in confinement for other a long mne. manslaughter, on the ground that he was What ii the difference between a drink a democrat, while War Jen Thomas informs of whlaky and a drunkard'' One la aet tip me that the ssme prisoner sought pardon anil ibe other ia epeet. from Gov. FosUr for the retnon that his ia the difference between jeweler victim was a democrat. A tbe amount allot? Om eelU watcht, aad (he of ascertainable lying done to procure par other watches nils. dona ia great, it may be reasonably inferred that that which ia not detected or ascerRtphnithing (he Earth. tainable is far greater. Waah A man in IlliDob, baring eent to a ad ss ca-e- Exptntet at New Orleant. The hotel) tnd boarding houses are already crowded. Bsard ranges from $3 to to $13 a day, according to quality, bat It you wish to be economical, rent a room and take your meals when and where you please. You pay for what you order and, rest assured, you will have to pay enough. DRUGGISTS AND Botrd ranges from $0 to $20 a week. Don't come to New Orleans unless you first occupy a poaition as cashier of a bank and the full confidence of tbo President and IN Directors. Tbe way they compel a victim Dragg, Wall Paper, Musical to ''shell out" here is something awfal The Uiiqmjcalh lSeektt, iHHfrtiemeatte, I.iquer cutom is to eat two meals a day, bat the Stationery, tears, Palate, Peckct charge for tho'e two dual will soon bring SoHpH, L'eOftccoR, Cutlery, starvation or stagnation in jour finances. Lamps, Perfumery, Fire Mackfia 1 have lein.ed the ropes so well that I Our Jewelry, Silverware find Optical Hoods Department Is ia Charge ef Oaf. manage now to indulge tbe luxury of time Thos, BIchards, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and In tha arect meat at a cot somewhat moderate. Vie-ite- d style. tbe French market, found green peas, tomatoe', bears and other vegetables in . abundance. Lttcr in Pittsburg Leader. M'ROBERTo&oTAGG PIMnfMISTS, DEALEH8 Wine, Opera House Block, Oil, Stanford, Kji, Arm, Needle. V murders on The returns of twenty-on- e Cbistmai Eve and Christmas day, in this Btate have come to. It ia a notable fact The Man WhoM Wort Xa to FurnUh Points that everyone of these murders, awe one, to the IVtUctltM. was committed by an intoxicated eroo. Chirac Kewa.1 Intemperence and ignorance are tbe par "Did yon erw her of tke tramp There he giiei on. the ether Ido of tbo atrcet. ents of crime. Ii there not in this fact a (Jo and too If y)u Cin 'work' btm for nn augfestion at to the proper coarse to par- Item." sue to measurably decrease the crime of The reortor who bad thui lvn eccottal murder in tbe future? Ia it cot time to be by ft puJicatnan on tb atrmt ha I rterrr heard of the tramp avwttor, but be looked nerve gin a systematic warfare throughout the anl aaw a fellow, poorly dree I. Mitinturlng 8'ateupoa the I'qUor traffic In order to get by dc leisurely al&8$, as though o)prrel rid of drunkenness, and to inaugurate a wju clrog. thought orwork. The reporter policy of general compulsory education by toon by hU aide, nd (it a few moment i bad made hlmtrU known. which Ignorance may be beaten from the A Ave iii'iutoV conversation enud beland witb the rchoolmuter's red? Tnts lnducpl to tal' fore the apotiW could t two thin'ga accomplished, and our word for rationally 'ftiyou want to know howl "Well, I work, ehf he tlaaUv 't-uU'It, it will bi a fir time when the birthday cles usually kept in a first clais Drug and sundry store. don't know as (t wilt bOri my butiueu If you of tbe blessed Savior will again be cele- know . 1 Am notartarnotorioty, teave out my nantt. brated in our beloved Commonwealth with Dids't ever kis a pair of ripe red lipe?'' Gtb. That his prices are just as low as good, pure remedies can bo sold. for with hu tibtorfet nvu m 4trUctlon. wltfa, tbe Breckecridge I inquires a modern poet. Well, we should a carnival of bloodjhed. You aty, I go to bS wit and In a oaw. They We ine jiotnttr 7tb. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myers News. smile! Who hain't? As tbe xeras aeie-gat- e Howf. on aktft of crwk, mxl U Uoy duty to jpot for?" Stanford, Ky. said, "What are we here 1'Kicitaa KiLLfD Mr. J. S. Bestty, of iKiualnt-- l with thafm, Hatn thlr ilan, and Open fvr rtorlit of ute-Mar keep Simpsonville, thia county, one of the moat -- Curriet'a M litarr Band, of Cincinna UrK (nforra my eVnployer, anl aklp before in the Stale, writes extensive ti, returned from New OrUin Friday, the lainfofltvlout." 20; "A thoru, under date of coinpwtothi "Bui how doea tt Kxposilion aanagement Icim; unable to casja)? . ough search fails to find a single live peach fulfill the financial part ol the contract. , "vYBy, don't ywi ae be bai th hkbiH of on all my 2000 trees. On Wednesday hrlmtkmMd4n'Wrrei) A tint (tort' Of 'itats. 17, a light sleet encased every December tbTrrulct tbeniup fadlrfeWA Sweat bokea, ICMc g Time j 'diyorYwo while bad in a thin coat of ice, and growing rvl Jet them UeVWri A number of yeara ogo a farmer living In the ofllcen go through tbelr roomi for awajc. steadily colder until Friday, tbe 10th, the Burlington township, Bradford county, PennTbe detective then UlW one of the garwt thai Buds sylvania, received da a praaant from a friend mercury indicated 4" below uro. uealed,' anl bai another inmbAr tut England a pair .of bliw rata. TIm farmer slightly swollen hy fine fall weather, and In ihsra In a large cage, vriero they relied atrniirht enough Information from me to glv kept below zero a large litter of young one. In a year not blm a pretty fair atory. After going through wet with ice on them, 4 tho 'aweatmj' process o few day longer, it ii Senti onlv tha farmer's plow, but tbe whole flolgh- wss loo much for them."-Shel- by hj U no trouble to lln 1 one of the crowd UrthooJ was overrun by them. Finally n Did Not Know Bill Nye. "1 taw nel. wlllmg to turn atato'i evldenre t hU own pair of pot Norway rats belooglug tq unotner G.' LsDdc the other dty at Htst. HWtty.'' William He STorrED Swearing. A friend if farmer escaped, wjtb a laxjr family ot jnTiy'areyou callel tbe 'Irnmp of from tbblr cage. Tteds began a warused to U at lot, Minn. tjphlrt (n ronniloj thre'ugh tbe The agricultureHedepartment, andthe hud to oars in Washington tells the following youngagainst tbo blue rati. Ia a abort time fare I used story On oar Cjngrentkb, Tom Robertson: tbe-- Utter wero entirely ext4irmInateAi, About country, T gifoi. Tbkt'J tlw Only reavin 1 know of. I make mora money thin ulueout oflar him tuggestione about railing iced tea When he first appeared at Washington in a year ago farmers in different parts of the -of ten detective, ami It aurvly cahuot bo lv' by grafting an old fashioned t on conversation with a brother Congressman township noticed now and then rata of an enU9L1NTJD cnuso I am poor." of refrigerator. Mr. one dty he aaid: "A particular friend of ormous site. Thoy wero of bright gray color. variety "Do you like your work better t'aan If you some hardy Tboso rats aro now overrunning tbo LeDuc chimed to be ignorant of my glow-lo- g mine at home one day told me before leavwere a real detoctiveT Farmers say In immenso number a dotectlve la "Much better. You a. career. I pitied him and tfked him ing that after arriving here there would be that damage to tba amount of thousands ot . tooktl uiwn a a rogue. Thlovea are alwafyi where be had been all aummer. I taid. two important things for me to attend to. dollars bai been dona by thoae rati this roady toaccute themof receiving bribe, and neighborhood Tto Inhabitants of tlw talk about rncb William, you are not so well reformed rs One wit to stop wearing and the other to Mason. much alarmed by tbe bold and deolllN, tbrougb aro ro blh'cr. That la wheru tbe damage la done. I had been led to suppose. I knew that appear in a swallow-tail-coaI have structive Incursions of tbeoo rota that they Well, A man who hoars a detectlvo run down n you had almoat foundered your teeming stopped awtaring," remarked R)binon, intenl to bold meetings to daviso soma means bollovM btm, and worso than iSvnl oftlcor, to riil tho community ot tholr prosenc. trying to devise a means by which "but I'll bed d if I will wetr a swallow that, believua that tboy, n a cIins, are all brain Whora tbo rati come from Is n myatery. could inbreed tbe milkweed with tbe Tail News. trooked. Hy talking o much tboy only you Some of tb farmers Lcliove that they aro a bring tbo venom down on their own head'. ommon frefh potato in such a way as to cross between th Norway rats and tba The average duration of life aao g muskraU. With me It la different If I don't drtw like produce a peeled potato with milk gravy a gentleman now It it bocauto I nm working well-tdo people Is 45 year; among tie Slinulil Try to Ilorrotv. for the on It, hut I didn't think you had bren in nmong 'tougbi,' but generally 1 middle clasi it is 25 years among the la, XcrrUtown IleraM.) nnd circiikiUi freely public life without knowing one who haa tlliojf, llvo ut big A premium of fCO.OuO baa toon oiTercd by with tbo big glint. As n gonoral thing my dene so much lo bring the literature of (he boring class 20 years. Among 100 peop'e butliKM-- Ii wltli tbe moiioyivl claM of crooks, would not number more than tbo Mexican government to any ono who will present day up to a lofty standard and res- the wealthy country a paper mill at ncot who llvo well and enjoy life." middle class no mere than fifteen, establish in thatAs n bird in tbo palm u of $150,(X;u. cue it from the hungry maw of oblivion. fire, the working clss eighty. I to Lo worth n brnco on a twig, we shall J'rofrnior llnxlry on Smoking. You may know how to lower the record of and the fno,-00not riik $IW,OCO for;tho sakoof Klmuml YatM. the shirt stud, or at what season we should will Bucklen's Arnica Salve. it. If Huxley, like Chnrlet Trofo-ti premiumtbe Mexican govornmont who GcTf For yean but I'd advise The beat Salve In the world for Cuts, Brulsei, glvo a of f 150,0)0 to any onu the Imb, tollml" afU--r tobnero "m some men shear before hydraulic ram, go any firtber with your Sorci, Uloars, Salt Ubeuin, Fever Sores, Tetter, will establish n &X,000 paper fnill in that ycu nftor virtue. At n certain debato on tmok you, country, wo well, wo should endeavor to lug bo to'd tbo ktory of bis enrly struggle! Ii agricultural experiments, lo read up on Charred Handa, Chllblalni, Corns, and all Skin borrow tbo 30,000. or no pay and positively cures Piles, nuuyvthii'h utterly put tho the eminent men of the age in which ycu UrurtlonsI Is guaranteed to give perfest Mtisfoc-tlo- r forty years of inj Gastronomy Among tho Tartnra. ormcoyrelunled. rrlce2S cents per box. life," bo said, "tobacco bud boon u deadly rrraseler's letter in New York Times. I then bowed haughtily and withdrew. For i ale t Tate.' Penny. tho nnti ittlson to m. tliud cheer from On ono occasion a Tartar "Bok" who had tobacconUU In my youth, m n'modlcn; given mo soma food paid mo tbo additional Maiioke in a Bad Way. Fenalor Ma- A Remarkable Escape. student. I trlod to tniolco. In vnlnl At oviry compliment of taking nn enormous nnd fearfiosh attempt my Insldloua foe ttretoheil me hone's condition frightens his friends atd Jin. Slary A. Dalley. of Tunkbannoik, IV fully dirty woodon s.oon from his pouch, 1 tra.t nito on tho tloor. IRoiwntod cheer. caiues the republican Senators anxiety lest was allllctodforalx years with Asthma and Bron. lMitat-ntoUllckinc it clean, nud then pro- entered tho navy. Again I trlod to amoko. a iburbon will fill his seat before the expi- chltla, during which time the best physicians tvnting it to me. A tew aays taior i cworeu nnd again mot with a defvat. I bnUxl to- ration of his term. They call it that he is could alve no relief. Her llle was despatteJ of, n Klrshlz camp on ft day of unusual plenty, bacco. I could almost bnvo lent my supjwrt until In last October she procured a Bottle of Dr. ono of tho camels having just died of old age to nny imtltution that had for its object tbo suffering with chills ncd on that actount Klng'a New Discovery, when Imintdlato rellef-w- and been promptly cut up fori dinner. Tho tobacco-nnoker- s to death. putting of has not been teen in the Senate thia winter. felt, nnd by continuing Its tire for a abort bospltablo bnrbariatw sot beforo mo a liberal cheering. The fict eeenn to be that he is living pretty tluioahc was completely cured, Ka'nl"f! 'n "Mb allowanco of this dolectablo fooJ, which was ns In JJrlttnny with Bottlea of as bluo as a sailor's jackotaml as Unidor os A few year ngo I fast, having left his family at home and ftOltis. In a few months, l'reo Trial Disease n somo frlond. Wo went to an Inn. Tboy tho Atlantic cable. Hut a two days' fast la this cerlalu euro of allThro.it and Lung to amoke. Tlioy looked very bnppy, nnd taken bachelor apartments at Welcker'e. Tate A I'enny'i Drug Storn. Large Bottle Jl. an Qicellout cure for daintlnoss, nnd I outside It was vory wet nnd dismal. I thought He professes an entire indifference to politha wiry delicacy as briskly as th I did no. Murmur I would try n cigar. These are Solid Facts. 1im hardly been near tho glutton in tba Amorlcan talo "who nto as if thin winter, Itiuokod that cigar- -It tics Great expectation. Tho best blood purifier and system regulator Uiaim uto nf hftroaftur." Wblte IlSuso and sets like a man whom ever placet within tho reach ol Buffering bumanl- t From that Groom. ww dellciou. ... .f St. a nti. Positive Cure for Piles. " I waa a chango-- man, nnd I now feel defeit has soured. Some of his belt rclttlcal ty, truly l Ulcctric imiers. t..il-l- t. say that (.making in moderation I n comfortable and social friends in Virginia have broken Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation, Weak To the people of this county wo would that laudable practice, nnd I productive oi oil with him. Kiddleberger never goes to Kidneys, or any disease ot the urinary organs, we have been given tbo agency ol Pr. Marcbiil'e nud guKrantcd Dismay and confusion of tbo nntian appetiser, tonic or mild ItalUn riloOlntiaoit-wuphaUta- lly Koal. moody quiet. The or whoever renulres Extcrral, tobacconllU lWir oi laugiuor irom iiie see him nnd he Iivc3 in allmuUuu, will always find I'.leetrlc Hitters tho to cure or mo Jy refunleJ-tnter- ml, Hinokors. Tlioro l no inoro harm in n pljw ouly relative with him is a sen, who holds hat and only certain cure kpown, Thoy act surely Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. lMce 50 ctnts A McAllster, on tbun tbero I in a cup of tea. You may plobon a $2 200 sinecure at the and quietly, every bottlo guaranteed to give en. a box. No cure, no pay. I'enuy bold a) Druggists. , yourtolf by drinking too much groan ten, nnd or money refunded, Ire latlsfactlon Special. kill j ourself by eating too many beefhteaka. titty cents a bottlo by Tate A Penny. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. For my own part, I consider tbnt tobacco, g'rls are so contracA medical man says a We emphatieslly guaranleo Dr. Marchlsl Two Dangerous Seasons. In moderation, I a sweetener nnd equalizer ted that they cm not jump. The man a fima'.orcmfdy, to cure Femals Dleat. o inanv people Total rout of the tho temror." of Spring and Fall aro times when aud nni comploto triumph of the must haye lived before leap yeir whs in get lick. The charges In the weather ire lerere es, such as Ovarian trouI?s, InSauiuiatlon bearing atrong Ulcentloo, Falling and dliplaremant or vented. on feeble persona, and oveu those who aro Change . down fteltng, Irresalarlttlei, Barrenness, '1'IIV XT YOiJUhii.li-are apt, si they say, "to to feeling miserable.' AS COOU. JUST down ct Life, LeucorrhoM, besldea many weakneasts THE TRAMP SPOTTER. ed i dt-ct!v- mrr lctlro thrtkt logtoo Journal a photograph of five of hia children who were born on the tame day, jer ting that "no other man can show a picture of five' (he newspaper quiets him wjlh the following statistics: "InaUactfl have beta fouad where child ren to tbe number of six, seven, eight, nine and sosnetitBtt siztete have been brought forth at 6no bTrth. The wife of Emanuel Oho. laborer near Valladolid, was delivered the 1 1'h of June, 1709, of five girls. The celebrrted Tarein waa brought lo brid in (he seventh month, at Argenteuil, car I'ails, 17th of July, 1779, of three boyi, etch fourteen and a'half Irfchts long, and a girl thirteen, inchea. Ther wrre all b- tlted, bat did not live over twenty four hours. In June, 1700, one Maria Su'z, of Lucent, in Andalunia, was auccesafully delivered of sixteen boy, without any of thein wVre tllve on the sixteenth of Auguat following. In 1035 a Muscovite peasant named James KyrlotTand hit wife ware presented to the Koipreu of Ruwia-Thi- t peasant had been twice married, ard was then 70 years of age. Ilia first wife wu brought to bed twenty one limes, namely, four times of four children esch time, seven times of three and ten times of two, making in all fifty seven children who were then alive, illsteoond wife, who ac companied him, had been delivered seven times once of three children and six time of twin. Thus he had reventytwo children by hit two marriage. (jlrls-Seve- An amttenr diver, having become so Impressed with the wonders of tbe world in theses, recently made aome attempts at appliphotography undr water. Hi ances have not yet been perfected, yet there is cot the tligbleet doubt that in a few. it$r a I'hotoaraper can go to tbo bottom and take negatived of wrecks to show the actual position, tct. Not only thia, bat fishes and all the marine animals can be reproduced exactly. The electric light will be a prominent feature of tuch an undertaking. A Texu judge, who is the perfection of dignity on the bench, swore in as a witness a rather frivolous looking female. "What "Dolly Is your name?'1 asked the judge. Dimple." "Where do you reeid7'' The witness giggled and replied: "What's the 1st. That Dr. Bourne 13 a graduate of one of the beat New York Me&eai use of me telling you where I live? You wouldn't call on me anyhow would you Colleges. judgt?" 2d. That he ia an old Druggist, having learned the business in LextBgtea, The tpples of republicanism in Ken and had an experience cf over eight years at the prescription case. tuckythe newapipert -- are ripening rtp--J and filling to the etrtb. In a little time 3d. That his Meicinea are all fresh, just from the laboratories of iSTeir there wont be soun 1 fruit enough to mike York and Philadelphia. a pitcher of htrJ cider.- -f Yeoman. tth. That he does not trust to others, but puts up his own hands alt Why is the hiVday of achcol called con entrusted to his care. meccemen? Graduate. Because on that the world and day graduate go out into 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals and Show Case Artu commence to find out how little they E3I.O. ttTJJPJu-r- ing New Goods for Fall and Winter comprising the best in the market Which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. G. Rupley I Jiave received and am still receiv- m Seven Things To Remember pn-seriptto- fruit-growe- r ' ' LADIES', MISSES' CHILDREN'S .( '' tpfc.i tea-po- neigh-borbo- ol t. co't."-Elir.bethto- wn bot-da- 1' FINE KID AND GOAT sup-jxxc- 0 wf SHOES nn n1$MM - m 1 NT bo-ga- ED mo-inon- . iiraif - TRY A PAW STANFORD, KY. Senate.-Washingt- Tin j.roafof the jiUiMlugls tint .n chewing tho trlnz, but lnliiivlngnuoj'iortui.lly totry tin nr. for Coughs an4 Colli renifJlei gtcs.tl' nrugglsts, iitiaTonreilf. McIloU-rtJust ai eeo.1 as t!i oM rriUtit Dr. iwy tmonfrce trial bottloof Dr. Ilomuko's Cough and Ui.inUj luusu anl Lun Bjrup, unus jou iuim I aftllctrJ aro Lung Syju? (or each ami every onojuho n.uti this remedy nnJ lll taUs no oilier, you any uud with CoutsliJTCoMn, Aillima, CoMuniititn or l'rlcci, W tents Ilall to It liavo tH My tnnriitiUlomila!rlnaycjiwl In outltf ant la roerU It s i JI.W. Mi Igr icBoUiti iSS J Lut i Afftwu. Than they are Just In condition to uettruck with aome kind of lever. A bottle or two cf Park er'a Tonic will Invigorate the digestion, put the JlTtr, kldneya and blood in rerfect order and pre Tent more serious attacks. Why aufler and die when as simple a medicine will save you? wl sli Govl fwi both par-ha- GEO. H. BRUCE & CO springing from the above, like Headache, Bloatdeing. 8 rlnal Weaknesa, 81eep!ejneM, Nervous bility, Palpitation of th Heart, Ac. For aale by Bond druggists. Trlcea It and t! 60 to Dr. Mirchlsl, Uilca. N. V., for pamphlet, free. r-- r Fr als b rau i iitAlUwi, DtUgawvi. Sew-aaiwhltlnJenorSonn- wI Stxmford. Ky., particular delight in In heavy type, "Another KenJanuary 13, 1885 tucky Rilling," and are ever tying to make it appear that morefmurdera are committed head-linin- g XotWiTUSTANDiso pers seem to take a the' Cincinnati pa- W. P. WALTON. -- -- Sbx subjoined Washington special will ba of Interest to tdceeeekeri: The dem senile delegation lri the next Congress from Kentucky have come to an under Fed--cjrtdlng about the disposition of the Clete-Josd- , offices in Kentucky under Mr. aa far aa Jhey may have a say iu the -- subtler. A meeting of the delegation will fciie place here' on the 25th of next month, arbea the claims of all the aspirants will be jetpeclfully considered. It ia not unlikely that the delegation will act as .a unit in CMca wheic a candidate receives a nirjorily sf the votes of the delegation. I( is understood that each Congressman will in no wise bi interfered with in recommending wmointmenta in his own district. Stna star-eleBlackburn says that there are "36,000 applications from Kentucky alone, m pretty good percentage of the entire population. m ct dem-oemtie IhkKow York Sun is severe on both JtfcColloih and Brewster in regard to their .decision in the wbiky business and, says that if Congress docs not come to the Its own dignity and the Treasury it .willxive the speculators the loan of for seven months if not for all time. scheme was prppoasd by a member of the The Bosae and a senator, bath from Kentucky. rXIwaia not the time to. me a history of the period during which the scheme was ilreided through the degartment. It .had to be done. It had to be done on the 3U day of January or the speculators would have to pay nearly 5,000,000 into iie treasury. Tne speculators carried the dajuid are fire millions richer than they irere Yesterday. It was a grand holiday gift. It is not solely what has been done Ut'at is so noteworthy as that there is no Jaw for it. res-xae- ef $18,-80,0- in the dark and bloody ground than anywhere on the globe, statistic! show that the great and good Slate of Ohio leads all others in murders. During 18S4, she is credited with ISO, eleven more than Kentucky, Il"Which had 178, enough, God knows. linois has the best showing of the popu-I6u- s State, C3 only being credited to 'her. The great increase in crime ia ehowaby the fact that the murders of 1834, more than' doubled theliumberof the year be' fore. A shout time since "Vm. II. Vanderbilt, the many millionaire, got a judgment against Gen. Grant for 3150,000, for the payment of which he held a mortgage on the General's realty and his historical souvenirs. A dxv or two ago, he astonished the world by presenting the whole amount to Mrs. Grant, only stipulating that at her death that the articles of international interest shall becomo the property of the general government. Mrs. Grant partblly declined the munificent offer, but Vanderbilt made it in earnest and his noble and generous act deserves the highest praise cf the American peopfe. Chicago Tribune The torrlblo death of Jnmcs Cnrrnt a n north sKlo ilro chanced to bo mentioned 'ho other day during a conversation hot ween i veteran ilrcmnn nttnchol to ono of ths down, town cnglno companies and a reporter. "tf...-f fnrt lin.l ftntil fli.l nuvirtHi- ., "tltnf tj . . .. .... ... ..., v n foiiow should havo lot his llfo ofter having done so much for Ms fellow-wormen. Yea, It Is too bad," assented tho fireman, astiogared reflectively at tho colling; but do you know thnt thoro m rwilly no reason 000. been nominated by in the world why ho should havo died a ho John P. Jones has didf the republican caucus of the Nevada Legis "How ilo you figure it outf suc"Well, if Just liko thUj Moit jvoplo lature for United States Senator, to novcr givo any thought to what they would ceed himself. do In cao they wens caught fn burning Gen. Richard Butler, a soldier of the bulhllnjr, nntl there is probably notaono in a week. waroflS12, died at Carro'lton, last thousand who would havo known how to Gen. saYohinicir it ho 1ml been placed where He was a brother of the Cnrr was at tliat ilro. Now, supjwing you W. O. Butler. were unfortunate enough to be in n bnlldlng Warner, the Safe remedy man, has con- tint waiilro and were obliged to look to a Works for window of tin third or fourth itorv as vnnr tracted with the Whitney Glass What would you 7,200,000 bottles, or 500 car loads, to put only means of ecnio. Thirteen cases of typhoid fever e v found in one tenement Jipuse in New York. A convict named Sy kes was shot and killed while attempting to escape from his guards near Winchester. A LoutTllle policeman named Catlett has been tried and fined $2)0 tor of a Swiss immigrant. Round trip tickets to Cleveland's Inauguration havo been fixed at $15 from Cincinnati and $17.50 from Louisville. A mob took John Stapletsn from jail in Mogoffin and hung him. He was only accused of being accessory to a murder. was acquitted Madame Clovia-Hughe- s of the charce of murder in Paris Satur- dry. She shot Morln, who hail itoeieu ner. Mrs. Craven, whose son was killed by Marshal Forman, will sue the city of Mt Sterling for damages in the eum of $50,- JUST KEEP COOL WHAT PEOPLE SHOULD DO BURNING BUILDING. n Veteran IN A The NewGroceries and Hardware House of Clint with Xlnrty-Nln- e l'lreiiinti Wlint Out nfn lliiiulrrtt Ale Mkrly to Do The " Proper Courr. TAYLOR BROS. Would kindly tujk your attention, to tho fact that thoy havo jnst returned from tho cities with a largo, (Yeah nnd well selected stock of Endless in variety, dniuty iu quality, nnd satisfactory in prices, this wo guaruihco. unr aim snail uo nt nil times to supply overy want in our liuo. - ........ ivo -- v. k 4 well-know- n The Boston Ihrald fays: "The sugges tion cornea .from the Capital that, Mr. Blaine be invited to deliver the oration at the dedication of the Washington monument. It is a preposterous idea. What a spectacle it would be to intrust the most conspicuous part in dediciting a monu ment to the man who could not tell a li-- , to one who not only can tell a lie, hut is self convicted, cf having told several to save himself from the consequences of predatory (peculations based upon his official influenctl It would be monstrous.' The Washington correspondent of the Courier Journal, who seems to be hired to bddm Phil Thompson, goes oui of his way to offer a gratuitous slur to Hon, M. J. Durham, a man infinitely his superior- in - every respect. In enumerating the appli cants irom Kentucky lor otnees be says that Mr. Durham "wants the position of Controller of the Treasury or First Assistant Postmaster General either or both." Mr. Durham's noble rervice both for the csuntry and his party ought to protect him nicht. Resgan's inter-Sta- e Representative from such slurs, if his dignified manner Commerce Bill passed the House yesterday and advancing age do not. by 1G2 to 78, a majority so large that it Gov. Ksorr has pardoned Joe Redmon, encourages Rtagan to believe it will pass who was sentenced to nine years in the the Senate. penitentiary for killing William Secrest at The average cost of each day's session Paris. We do not know anything of the of Congress is about $45,000. As Csngress merits of this case, but we do know that a meets 100 days a year on the average, the jury rarely ever gives a man as much total coat to the country of Congress for one aa his crime deserves. At any year is $1,500,000. rite they and the judge are presumed to bills for public There are thirty-eigh- t Gntritr Journal denies the report have listened to both sides of the case, Toe of buildings, aggrecaling an that Mr. W. X. Haldeman had retired while the governor only hears the beet been reported to which have Jxeaa the management of that paper. The side of one, and he ought net to interfere $01 822,000, the present Congress, and which is more than one with the execution of the law, unless in the House ever increasing work are now pending. ' Haldeman has called Terr-- f xtreme tases. sua can do and-MOne ton (two thousand pounds avoir3a his son in law, Mr. Pierce, to assist him. The prohibitory liquor law int Iowa is dupois) of gold and silver contains 29.103 Though somewhat advanced in years he is proving a failure. The Keokuk City the value of a still in full possesion of his mental and Council has petitioned the governor to call troy ounces, and, therefore, ton of pure gold is $102,79021 and a ton physical powers and good for many years a special session of the Legislature to re61. of labir in the business management 'of peal it,' believing that moral suasion and a of silver is $17,70-The dynamiters are beginning to kill will remain a monument to rigid license law lb piper, that ate the only remedies. Thomas Phelan, a noted Jus sagacity and capability in tiding it over Most piople, who are not fanatics on the them&clvee. fenlan, was probably fatally stabbed in the all adversities to its present exalted posi- subject, have always contended that the house of O'Donavan Rosea iu New York tion among journals. two latter courses are the only true way to V.wry Ilouso llurclnr Proof. because he divulged some of the secrets of New York Mail and HxpreM. i Thz Louisville.2tmes thus refers to the fight the evil of Intemperance.' the infamous party. Among the lntost u s to which electricity Yeoman Ja beginning in of a noted litigant: Myra Clark death TiiEFrankfort Freight trains over the Pittsburgh, U npplied with remark able nuccew It in hurz time. It evidently wants to get back the Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway between lar nlurms, through Gainer, the stormy petrel of Ihe'ocean of moani of an invUiblo last" night, aged State printing as its irsues now are filled at New Orleans Crestline, Ohio, and Chicago will be pull- matting. Every opening in n largo building mat, which ut years, of which fifty had been devoted with notices of candidates for the Legisla- ed heie a'ler by two engines, to reduce the can have an invisible bell ringing ujou tho touch will start h that will not altogether untuccessful attempts to ture, every one of whom is spoken of as a number of trains and save wages paid to leaststop until tho occupant Jo not nwal.es and turns establish in the couttt her claims to a large lawyer or somethtog els: of ability and if conductors and brakemen. ofT. it If desired the gas can bo turned on IK- portion of the earth. If judgment .should elected will be a valuable legislator. Taffy King Alfonso has gone to that part of fmultaneously with tho alarm, thus fully go against her in the next world (which tells, and no paper knows how to apply it Spain now suffering from the effects of the exposing tho burglar. Tho mattiug ..U placed tindnr (list rniikif nr, In tiwmtiDnr t.. -- t snay Heaven forbid), she will doubtless more profitably than the one referred to. esrthfiuake. The King baB $18,290 which tachwl, tm& oil the alarm. Tho very sverv take an appeal and fight the case through nuts in the lioivm do not know v, horo the mats We have heard for years the expressive was raiseu in ionaon, waicn wm w ui 11 the endless cycles of eternity. charge. "He's mean enough to eteal the tributed to those who are houlea. An are MtuaUxl, nnd cannot cut tha connecting wires. Any kizod mat can bo had to f.t any opening, or they can be j lacvd near n .Newspapers, like men, seem much fai- money off a dead man's eyes," but we other quake was reported Siturday. John 13. Clark, Clelk.of the Houe of wife or any p'aeo where valuable aro kept. rer after the cold hand of death has been never heard of an actual case until ChatI'Jitced uinler tho table deuk, laid upon them. For instance the rapid tanooga furnished it. Silver quarters were Representatives, has prepared an unoffi Inperroptiblo preuro of ortlio footnn nlmort call tho placed on a dead man's eyelids to hold cial role of the membership of the houe servant or .4XD xad rampant Danville Tribune not nothing attendant, tho waiter In tho Houee will kitchen, tho butler and coachman, rosoct-iveland abuse during its somewhat them closed and a couple of negroes stole In the 40th CougreM. That bat curia from tho jwintry and ktnblo. contain 1S2 democrat, 110 repnblicius, 1 too prolonged life and more often than oth them, for which they now lie in jail. Xo kiicak-thle- f can enter a buildlnz with Greenback democrat and 1 Greenback renrise they were justly deserved, but now Dan. E O'SemvAN could not stay out starting an alarm Immediately. A man homo late at night fcteps on tho mat; that it sleeps calmly in death, a number of a ay. He is bick in Kentucky and yes publican. The many friends end admirera of tlwga is lit Instantly down stair mid r. editors are saying all manner of good terday took charge of the Louisville Com be pleated to i, Ho goes to liit of Ohio, will pni n CK.SI.STI. things about it and one even goes so far as mercial as managing editor. Dan hasn't Judge Thurmar, OF learn that he Is now in better health than mat there and tlio gas down htalrs goas out, to bid it farewell with "bitter regret." Tru-- 1 got that broad expanse of forehead for leavitis that In hli room lit Tlio surfaco of hehabeenat any time In the paet fire a paper ia not appreciated till it ia dead. nothing and if he don't make his new years. He is in foil strength and vigor at d fiecarpot U not made uneven, nor doi it npnr tlio caqwt In tho lca.it. Tlio system liat charge chirp and chipper we'll be ditap. the pulling out of his hintorical red ban met with wonderful succow, and nwny Inrgo Jk the discussion of the ftjagan inter- pointed. du tilings on Fifth avenuo supjiliol with it state Commerce bill, which passed the danna is followed by no uncertain sound. enter The Louisville Tima duba Col. Sean a -- De Lessepj wch to complete his Pana- aiuas diillcultto tho undetoctoJ as blowing .House, and which makes it a misdemeanor up a safe when cashier Is presont- - At is tho dinner table tho lady of the house calif a rates for a malicious idiot, and etraigUtway the gal- ma canal In 1S3 for $120,000,000 It far a railroad to charge higher Cjlonel goes and empties a load of now 18S5 and the work enly fairly begun servant by a pressure of the foot, without shorter than for a longer distance, a mem- lant ber very aptly proposed an amendment hot shot into Watteon who does not reem and half the money spent. The American fOUtiJing a gonx. It takoi only a few hours to equip any building. Tho plant costs from AT ALL TIMES A FULL L1XK OF that all merchants be required under pen- to know that euch a man exleti. engioeeis from the first contended that it liW to fMH alty of fine and imprisonment to sell a and Attorney Geneiul Hardin has could not be built for $300,000,000, Tho Wurltrn Ilxpniltlon llrer I'rlillr.r. rard of calico at the same price they would c'ded that the without printer can do his that a canal on an open Chicago Herald cage. a bolt or a work anywhere he pleisee Now what do locks was impossible. Recently two young men of Youngntown, is announce! that Duncan C. Roes, you fay Mr. Fostt The whole number of votes given frr Ohio, with (2,009, went to Now Orlcnrm, tholr Pioident on the four electoral tickei was intention being to purchnso the excliiilvo the noted wrestler, has renounced athletics beer prlvllego en tho cKItion ground. NOUS OF CURRENT EVENTS. 10,030,057, of which Grover Cleveland re They and his saloon busmen and T?ill hereafter called on tho manager, stated their The terms of 25 Senators will expire ceived 4,812202: James G. Blake, 1,810,- business, and nsked what tho privilego was wrestle only with the devil in reclaiming 219; Benjamin F. Butler, 231,848; and John wortu. "Well," responUea tho mnnngor, sinners. Mr. Ro.-- may not make much of at noon on March 4. for it a pulpit ornament, but when he tells a -- Mw. Myra Clark Gaines died in New P.St. Jobr, US, COS. To this aggregate "I havo Just refused (VS.OOO was too from ono party liocauso I thought It low. If there is to be added 2.292 ecattcring and you have ? 100,000 to Invest you cansecuro rasa to seek salvation, that man will find Orleans last week, aged 7S yeire. Thomas 8. Peltif, of Kentucky, has defective votes. CleveUnd's plurality is the privilego of belling bocr to tho thirsty discretion the better part of valor and eave thousands who will attend tho expotltlon, himself being sat clown upon by seeking at been promote 1 to Reading Clerk of the 32,073 There are in the Intetcal Revenue othernLso you can taken walk." Thoy walked National Houee. osee. out, and took a drink. Mies Tena DeBce tried to kill her service in Kentucky six collectors, fifty TJarois does not eeem to find Louis- - blind Sliarit-Shuotbrother, near Nicholasville, because deputy callectore, one hundred and eleven vUleaa profitable a place for hie law prac. he Chicago ITernld.J wanted to take possession of property RUHjere, three hundred and fifty-eigstore He and Cald-wetice as he had imagined. Ocn. Ik'i"dnn, of famo, to that belonged to him. keepers, besides clerks, &c. Storekeepers whoso daughter Mr. V. have already dissolved, which ia pretMarion Crawford has A case of small pox broke out among avern.e $1,150 a year; gaugers $1,240. The Just been married, wossomotimo ago olforotl ty good evidence that one or both was pawengera in an emigrant car lring at aggregate salaries of the men in the Intern Held tnarshaUhlp by tho sultan, but ho dewith the pecuniary results, Tho Huntington, Oregon, waiting for the snow nal Revenue service in Kentucky amount clined it, saying ho could novcr wear nay reputation Mr. Hargis has mude as a law- blockade to be other than tho American uniform. removed. to $12,720. yer ia not euch aa would naturally make a The Sicretary of the Interior says The freight and pieeenger depot, all Soap from rctrolcum. eeaatituencr go wild over him. there are now 70.880 Mormoas in the Unit- - the theds, a hundred loaded car, all the A New York inventor claims to havo disn process potroloum Jrmnj not be generally known, but there I ed statei They have 207 ehureh. wliti n freight in the depot and Linck's Hotel, at covered deodorized whereby crudointo a doAll the above goods have been bought very Low can bo and inado and establishment at Louisville which seating capacity of 05,202 were totally destroyed by fire, mestic soap at Nashville, it aa f tho cost of the orJohn Warwick DanV, of Virgin! , Saturday night. Nearly all the hooka were dinary article. Last week will be sold the smallest possible aakes a tpecialty of We re jtreeeived an order for 60,000, and when has been invited to deliver tee adJreis in saved, hut all the old road records were spectfully ask an inspection and invito competition, IMfljgeasidered thit onlr tie best of cobs the hall of the Houte of Repreeentatifes destroyed. Total loss on depot, $150,000, Senator Vest of Missouri, has been be used, the job of eecuiiog them alo:'e on the day oft tie delication of the Washingto- j wholly uninsured; loss on LlnckV Hotel nominated by the democratic legislators and goods guaranteed. n-Monument. J BRIGHT & OURRAN. nt onnlflirthl magnitude. J25.000. fully insured. for re election. 'XHJcnew lortt unamDer o: uommerre has approved the Potter Refunding billt which is intended to give a lease of life to the national Links. The bill proposes to reta&d the 4 and 4 per cent, bords by per cents, in the place of them, in .each cam paying to holders, in cash, the present worth of the aggregate obligation lor interest from which the United States iflzeleased by thin substitute issue of lower xate bandf; thh eum to bs ascertained by a ooasputation which first assurei the Gov a realized rate of 3 per cent, rer annum, quarterly reinvested, for all moneys tkas employed. It also reduces by one-Iw- lf the present tax on the circulation of national banks. eot yi i up medicine in. Capt Charles W. Folger, only son oi r . UtA of the Treasury, died of in Geneva, N. Y., Sunday consumption morning, aged 40. Hon. George L. Converse, of Oaio, is a candidate for Commissioner of Internal Ravenue under the new administration, and so is Phil Thompson. The biennial messsce of Governor Porter, of Indians, shows the debt of that Stite to be S1,S76,G0S. The school revenue last year was $4,4S8.002. The new Speaker of the Missouri Legislature, Hon. John M. Wood, was born in Kentucky, of course. He was born in Franklin counly in 1550. The Cuir of Russia has an iccame of more than $8,000,000 a year. The Empe ror of Austria receives $4,000,000, and tte Qieen of England $2,200,000. Jas. Henry Stuart, a boy of 20, was murdered near Pineville by Wm. Litt'e. They left the village together, drunk, S.u-ar- t intending to go to Little's house for tie dol' pun-isbine- at -- 1 climb out on tho and howl for n ladder, or a roie, cr something." "Yes, I mppa.0 you would. And If tho smolco got too thick for you, or it should hot enough to mako you think you wero being slowly rtwstoJ to death, and there was no Immediate propect of n ladder lelng raised to you, what would you do thenr "In such a case I suppjso I would jump and tako my chances." "And that is Just what uinety-iitii- a out of a hundred would do if similarly situated. The hundredth nun would keep his head, and, after gettinj on tho lolso, ho would closo tho w Indow behind him. That would of coure cut off the smoko that was suffoDEaLEK IN cating him, and. in Cao thoro wo , much hrnt Uhind hiiu, it would cut HnrdH-arcIlorno Ktiocx, Grocerlcx, NhiIiIIcn, that ofT too. He moull then lm-- n com. Iron, NallH, QiieciiHwurc, IliiRsy poratively cool place whero he could remain litiRRy WhcelH, NIovch, IIui-iiomi- , ChiioMIIIn, for fifteen or twenty lulnutuj longer than he Bpokcfl, Gratex, CIiUtMIIIh, I,hj Covers, wouiu nave beo.i ablo to do If tho window bod been left oeii. Ity that time, In this KImjt, Ntenewarc, Corn city anyway, a ladder would have been rnKvl tohiumnl ho would havo au euy Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooien and descent ' tho ground." Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof"But If thy could not got a ladder to him, what thenf ing' and Guttering will have prompt attention. "In any cne they would bo ablo to got a tfttKtnnrv, ftcilrmmrtt I ropo to him, either from tho roof of tho adJohlt joining building or from the strwt," -iruu; but they gut a ropo to Carr, and it didn't do him any govd." That was only beeauso ho didn't know-hoto uvi it to tho t rtdvontnge. What ho did wns fmply to tako tho end of tho ropo in hU hands and jump. It U no wonder that when he got to the end of tjo slack tho sudden jar broko his hold and ho felL Now, If ha had Just tied n knot In the end of the ropo nnd shut tho window down on it, ho wouklj havo DK4LI1S IK- had a means of escnjw that would have boon Drugs, Books, Stationery and comparatively sofo nnd easy." ) "Ye, but would tho simnlo shutting-dowrauuy ruuius. --9mm? jvv'S'kirfj ouic of the window on tho ropo hold it I Wouldn't the strain caused by the man' weight pull the whole thing out and drop him to tha rhjilclint' ircKrlpMcotiftursUlj tcupcuBjJ. Alio street "No, not If tho window was as heavy n uw oruinury sasn u in tho down-towbuntings If thoro U any doubt about It, though, would bo n comparatively wuy matter to The Largest Et6ck of Watches, Olocks, it kick a holo through tho glast near tho botJewelry and Silverwara tom of tho win Jo w and givo tho ropo a tuni around the bottom of tho wiili. Then It KTfr loiislit tothiiiairkrt Vre lowr llmu tba Ixvtit. tVttcbei, Clocki an.! Jcwtlrr ltc- would surely hold. Hut if people who nro pilreJ on ihott notice tin! WirnotAl. caught in iucU a tight place would only think of that ilmple littlu kclfmno of shutting """WMBMKnVJMHaMn.aiBUaa.. tho window behind them I'll guarnnteo that IF. C. that there will bo fewer lives lost nt fliw." wiudoiv-ledgo bo-co- "Why, I mpposo I would of Europe and America. Our largo lino of cooking stoves iucludes tho justly eolohrated "Great Western Koservo" nnd many other futility favorites. OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENS WAKE STOCK consists in part of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glaiswnro richly cut nnd etched. In tho way of Hreadstufla wo nntnc Buckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. Our eclobrated "G. M." patent flour uniivalled for cako and pastry,' whilo Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic product, arc arrayed ns faithful adjuncts. All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro here, Tin, Stone, Wooden nnd Willowwnre, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned Meals and Fruits, and a complete liuo of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is only a hint of what wo have. Relieving that wo can make it to your ititerejt, wo oinfidently ink an ex- animation of our goods anp your patronage, Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. Our Hardware and Poclsot Cutlery Consists of tho standard brands W. H. HIGGINS I Whip, Midler, Collar, ,r UrlahtJr K-s- Fenny -- BT AHst PHARMACISTS. (v5 7. wM3S&-- r ;"Iri JEWELERS. UltimiT. r. J. crmt.i. ed BRIGHT k CURRAN, DEALERS Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- y, -- IMPLEMENTS. np-ttat- UhI-poii- Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning Plows. Clip- 4 ic tea-lev- el It b Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. Biding Cultivators. llt-nln- ll sharp-shootin- d Wo also havo a Largo Lino of Walking and Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at marien. Solo Agents for one-hal- cob-plp- ea, un. ea Prices I A1 iMKUiiW"11 " f ' p at. 5tini-Mihl- i) Hikk every lienor Journal wIennonncM,Frldny jilght, uptil ot! or declined the honor on account of lth. CUKE KOK 1'lb-fe-' . Stanford, Ky . A N. LOCAL colored, In under arBelle January 13, 188D rest ot MtSiiirtErr,fjr killing Vernon her illegitimate infant. TIME C4.0, -1 Ul) h 4 tlln'golDf ii Eifret strain" Korth,.... South.,...,..,,. Houtn...-.....i.- .-. .. ...... 1 45 iiU. Norh.. 'fb above la calf ulattd.'orj standard lime, tfolar Imel .shout 20 mlnult faster " tdl mmJHmi, H a. wi at. . it r, I I Two church entertatnmenta in ouo week U rather lively, but we ehould never weary in well dolnf?. m LOCALNOTICES. will begin at ?;30 sharp and aa there arc no referred reals the first comers will be the best served. The Concerl r .. 1 . t . Dn. W. B. Penny has moved to his new Buv your fchool Looks from Peony & office on Lancaster street, where he is bet McAIUter. NKW lDVKI.riNEniST-- . Watches aud Jewelr repaired on ahort ter prepared than ever to s.rve tho public. notice and warranted 07 Penny & McMia-ter- . ! ILLCSTJBATEP. It will pay you to see our simples of LAND, STOCK AND CROP. A coMrLCTK otock Of jewelry, latest sugar snil coffee before purchasing as we tAlVJI?'poiltloa h" sow for twenty yean KffW Thousands of sheep were killed b'the Ktyle. 1 Jock ford watchea n ercialty. .I'm-n- y I offer Icrsalc my Farm at Hang ru Fcrk BiUrs ai the Jeadiog llluitrated nifcT are headquarters on them. Bright & Cur ly newto.peria Amerl-- a n the Stanford.- - Uui'.o.T'lle mrcrike, c ntaln-luA McAlinter. cold near Abilenr, Texas. .With a couitaru. , Lnn4, 20 of Hup Dluo-iir(W, oi'ch ran. Acrti tieug vert liti lotloui land, all rtll foc-H- i .. . James T. Hnckley sold to Tom Robin!pr.!' eV 'car attract ona untoiaJW PERSONAL rlsi'ly ofwt-- r for atock an I domestic pur-Persons Indebted io me will confer a son his lot of 300 lb. hogs at 1. ". emrraclog 1 capital iav poses. All (trsoua arc vuciJ apalnit putting In r7... .r.' .VCl" r'i?,'1; 1 VV E" u. Mit. J. W. Alcoiin Is attending court great favor by settling at once. My credit Idea h Kralu, yatuixtoi or luedilllnz with till tlaceln D. M. Ball fold at Lexington, 25 aay lpc iihln- - ithorlr.id Yr rue, ail till pro at CimpbelNrille. ore are pressing me and I must havo the mules, 1 3j to 10 hands high, at fl-Ie tt'alliu-- h rartlei to thefil extern oftbslt-r- . per Mn. M. C. WeAue.v, of Richmond, has mtnty. c. B Myers. ir. ;?. it head, 108 It Bawilni, Wyorulrg T rl ory. HI been visiting here. (" one wt Ktenrei a truitworlhr voMtltti With tho weather loafing around wro, I am much in need of money and must Miss Minnie Underwood returned to have it to carry on my business. Thoe In the farmer who hits steers to shed had Louisville yesterday. "0UlJ better shed them now. Breckenrldge debt to me will therefore please come Miss nweiE Esi.leman, of Boile, is Lews. and settle. H. C. Kupley. viriting Miss May Helm. HABPEH'3 PRIODICALS, Simon Wei', of Fayette county, - ,SA "Mn. Miss KoA Wilson, of McKinney. Is SB P8R TEAt. Sunday night was a very stormy one. bought and shipped to the Eistern markets " FOR Harp.- - Weekly : w Tisilingliis Alma Hajs. II til, rain, tbund r nd lightning, nccomp.v eight car loads ol lit cattle at 0 cents per m . Harper Migaa'.ne u Mim Nelia Coitaoe, of Bradford niedby a severe wind, combined to make it nupu, weighing 1,500 pounds. ALUA11LE TO ALU Harpei'a Bar.r IN . f9 Will t mailed IFREE-wTlvillc, ti on a visit to the family of Mr. Joe. very disagreeable to persons of weak Harper'a Young Pcsple ... i. A hue Ioqiou was recently picked at ioaII annlle&nts I e Harper'a Franklla! quire Ubrary 8"Tore. ) end tocustomcrioflastear witticut nerves. PanisoffKee, Fla. It measured 24 inches cirderincIL Itcnntalni llluttratlonr. rriecs. e Mn. I S Ttvig lea foiihts rarcbe rt dtfcrlptlons ar.d directions for r'anUng all JrixjE French Tiiton is back on tho in circumference one way, 22 inches the Vesetable .nd Flower SEEDS, llt'LHs, etc City, Iiidm-- , yesterday to be gone VrtW 6tatofcar,dta,'i I.ichmond Jlcyuler, nobody but he could other and weighs 4 pounds 13 ounces. D.M. FERRY &CO.DE!2,T rereril months. May wheat sold at 87 cents in Chicago. grind out that wonderfully "thin column." ThsTolumeioflhe Weeklr trein ths'f Judoe and Mm. Geo. P, Lee, of Dan. Bearing this we are delighted to have nnmlr for Jan jt f ach V, ar with ugj him Saturday. This is the highest amount Ii mentioned It x,l, u undent fr! NOTICE! Tilte, are np en n Tiiit to their grand that Vo acrlbf r wi.hea to (oameace with the cumber jot reached and every cent's rise is estiat work in the ranks again. oat after the recelrt c'wler. diughter, Susie Lee McKlior. mated to be worth 53,000,000 to the farmThe liadors'gneJ Cormls-lors x 1 na Tuf-- . Ihe. last hire Annual Volumes of day,. lull Ki'Dic C. Walton is glilng the Kick-cistl- e ll'Sj.attholawrm e of W. H. Wettly, in oea clith Hading will l.j The most accomplished musician, of the ers. tx.- - t,l Miller, In OtanrorJ, Ky , ckd lonkf Ur the iut mill, postage paid or by people a chance to subscribe to the town will take parts at the Concert at the Krlptlun ofatfKW in t - ' tai utd, Vi r.lier far-ia- (provided the frelgUfdoeieiprrw free ol expert The PwcLinond .ViV.csiys that Col. not exceed Jl per ta CuuLly A White Oak Turnpike I'.oaJ To." ume) for ST per volume. Opera Hon e Wednesday eight, and melody Moberly's thoroughbred Duchess cow which cheapest and best" this week. LEWIS UIDDEHAH, Tolume, lultablc ftr UnS-ln- g WILLIAM GOOCH. Mn .A.vri Mn?. A It I'en.w leive to will reign supreme. a our full money'-- ) cost him $7,000 has just given birth to a 111 be tent by mill pwtpjld on receipts a day for a visit to their daughter, Mrs. 11. worth is guaranteed, so go and thereby aid red heifer calf by Imp. 2 1 Doke of Whitte-berr- y Ilemlltantei shoald betnude by Postofllcj Motbt ey Order or Drat:, t avoid caanceof lov. a good cause. 1. Mabony, atTimmoDiTlllr.r; 0. 177SO. He has rofused $5,000 cash re cot ! wPf to' adveitlsenva-withou- t Mips Katie Wiieiijutt, a handsome 01 Harper Brother. "Pf" & I1KOTI1EIW,A New York, Tins is the litst lime in our history that for it. A tuMtlDg of the tockholderi of the National AdJren HAilPEK rind accomplished young Lancaster, Gen. T. T. Garrard, of Clay countyf Bank will he held at their BarAIng Home In we have had to go to press with but a sin i ihe of her cousin, MIm Bjnnie Hmtao-lll- e 00 TUESDAY, JANUARY 13TU, gle letter. May the devil take the corres- has presented the editor of the London When-ill-, nf Scott street. 1881, fir the pari-otof electing nice Dime tori to Cot, Common weighing pondents who were too lazy to write and the Echo with forty nine ears of corn icrve lor the enulng year, wealth. sixty pounds and six ounces. Several of 401 plaguey mall agents, who failed to deliver J. rr. not'K Elt, Cu ier. Mn T. L. Cnow and family hava me-the earj bad grown to the enormous t'zi of MA&AZIKE their letters, if any were sent. ml to Jessamine county and are much pleat twelve Inches in length, seven inches in d with iheir new home. Mr Crow was a The exnmininc trial of William Adams, circum'erence and weighing one pound acd fcotxl cilifn, an enterprising man and one for the murder o( Ike Moore, occupied the With ihe new volume, besltnlcg In DecewSr. A mretlcgnl the to'khoHrrsr.f . tbe First Naseven ounces. tional liank nlil belieU at their Uiiiirg house In Harptr'a Maatine will onc'ud ita thirty-4rti.r oeunty could illy afford to enure. attention of Judge Varnon yesterday. 1 6ttaforJ ou the secjod Tuesday In January, 168 , year. The oldest periodical of Ita type, Ills yclia PAINT LICK, GARHARO CQUH7Y. 4 ' : 1. .l.' for the purrxa of electing eleven D.mturs to each new lol'iaea new Magazine, not limply IHCIC TICiO U ft'- - UiOMJ niUCKCSHUUlUICt au-e LOCAL MATTERS. It pre-- f n:a Iroii sut Jects aud new pictuwt, serve the ecauiog vcjr. yaung lawyer bad to spatt their elopience, It seems that our town is destined to but also and cUt fly leciuse It steadily advance 1'O.td JuflNJ McHOBERTS. Cshlr. In the method its?) cf inagazlnMnaklcg. It .1 The stock holders of the National Bin a so it took all day. Master Peyton aiiisled be burned up. fiathrday evening Mr. R. wmd, the Magazinr b ciiuea more and mora Ita will elect tfiicrrs today. fillhful of current Ul and movent4, County Attorney Carpenter and W. E. M. Argo was cleaning up his shop and leading features in the attiactive programme far Yarnor held a lone hand for the defendant. threw some old papers in the stove which 1683 are: New serial novels by Constance Fawi-ruoNew stock Oliver plows, Triple ard Woolson and W. D. Howells; a new k;1 The result waa that be was held in $000 were drawn up the chimney to the roof of double trees at W. II. Higglas. A ueetlrgef thi stockholders f the Farmers! ent tied "At the I'.eU Olovr:" lllmrtif- National Bank will Ik held at their t an k'cg house ledpaperaby F.D.Millet. It, Swain OlSbrd.C A. bail to the Circuit Court, which he failed the house, which soon ignited. It would in Sta nferd on th etcond Tiiwday a .'anuary. Abtey, II. dibsoa acd other; Ooldamllh's "fct PrMRADLE stare room in centre of but! to have been a first class fire, but was discovKSJ, foi thepurpseofeJeutlngc'.n I).re.o-give. to S,ooiatocoEUfT,"iloitrated by Abbey: innto serve the ermine year. nets for rent in Fltnford. "W. P. Walton. ered in time by eome one standing on the B OWgLEY, Cashier. J. Shelby City. At an early street. Ml'rder at Pnor Haww, tbeelccutionht, will ap- hour Sunday morninr. at a negro dance- HARPER'S PEEU0DI0ABB. . I . .1 S .. The inrurance asents are alow about pear n. me wper. ncu.e inurruay nigni ho n a ,ccilit . kmmn UtVa UtU, adjusting the losses caused by the fire. TEK YEAR next. acre, located in the suburbs of the town, i SIWI The young folks had a nice little party ... tt 4 All pcrsoua indebted to the 'state ol the la'c J Harper's Magazine...- .of implements, George Bill shot and Instantly killed Will Sim our Advertisement Harper's Weekly M. Carter, Sr., will please come forward and set...... GOOD atCol.AlvahPullins' Friday night. tle, and tboe to whom the estate ia indebted will Harper's Banr. it will pay you to give us a call. Bright A Wood-- ; both colored. Ball made hla escape 4a The parties that were burnt out will present their claims, properly iroren, lor pay- Uaroer'i Young People ! C'jrran and at present has not been arrested. This have to lay idle on account of there not meui wuuia iuc nrxi ov uay ii J. 31. va nrr. it, . , jars Harper's Franklla quareUbrarTi one year i is the second murder in this town In (he being any business houses here that they BUY OF 100 31 .. I'AllAKH.j (52 Numbers) The Commercial Hotel is being treated last two weeks. can get. The owners of lots would do well Postage Tree to all nbscrlbers In the Ufi f C to a coat of paint. I not this rather a States and Canada waste of raw material? - JL The editor of this paper acknowledges to tear down some of the rat decs and with thanks the receipt ol a letter from build a few businees and dwelling houees. Tha volumes of the Magiclne Wl" ' H. J. Da kst offers for rale 12 building . . numbers lor Jane and JJeetinWr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL the Washingtonian Riclety of Green River It is impossible to get a lot here for love THE CHEAP GROCER, When no timets sieclGed, It wil. 1. . ,. . , lots, 00x132 feet, between S anford and or money. i . the subscriber wishes ti b 41 that College, informing him of his election as R viand, well located and accessible. Anl tlie Louisville rent number. honorary member of that body. The ColVolumes ul 11 Tbs last eleven Sunday night, ticnty years ago, Sher- Cor. Main & Somerset Streets, Magazine, in Leat cloth binding, will lostti I am having a lot cf muty wheat lege is a Ihurishing institution, located at by malt postpaid on receipt of S3 rcr volume. man's army entered Charleston, S. C. ground into feed. I.etve your orders at Hone Cave, Ky., and we deem ii an honor Clcth cases for blading, 50 cents each, by usit One year tor only 83 two piperi for little STANFORD, KY. Hszen's brigade was in the advance. postpaid. raore than the price of one. once for what you want. Geo. D. Wearen, to bo remembered by the members of a al Index to narper'sMacazlne, Alphabetical, pound of ica hat been harvested Not a d for Vo'umes 1 to 0. inetujive, and Agt. society, which must reflect credit on it. By paying u55 you will receive for oue year from June, 1SW, to June, 1850,1 toI Svo, cloth. It on tho Hudson this icason it.the announce e your home paper with the Hemlttances thtuld t4 male by the One of the bad signs of the times is that Money Ordtr cr Draft, to avoid chances ot lose. reprcseamtlvc newspaper of the South, democratSite Tavmit Reed to Read Mrs J. ment made in a New York paper. Newspapers are not to copy this alverti-eiceic and for a tarlrt for revenue only, and th- - lest, more mortgagee arc hjing executed in has been elected SpeakCnas. L Jewett S. Murphy, of this place, who was Mrs. D. brightest and ablest family weekly In the United without the express order of Harpr A Brothers. Rerrejentative's now than has beeh known for D. HAKPEU & BUOS., Nevr Yart sample Address States. Tbow who deaira to examine Johnson at the time, had the honor of er of the Indiana House of copy of the Courier-Journcan do so at this otSie years. For a wonder he is not a Ktntuckian. teaching the young idea of P. Booker D.ck Forman, the brutal murderer of We have the biggest line of granulated Reed, Louisville'-- ) new Mayor, how to aad N. O. sugars ever brought to Slanfard shoot, when both lived at Frankfort years Jerry Cravens at Mt. Sterling, was one of and at prices that defy competition. Br'ght ago. She describrahlm as a light haired those daisy pinks of perfection who acted little fellow, bright and obedient and bits as United States Deputy Marshal at Cinh Curran. Mil she feels prond of the succeM he hs cinnati at the October election, undexLat Mn R E. Hfii'MAN writes from Monachieved in life. Anither of Mrs. Mur- Wright -- F Bourbon Nens. This is enough. ; tana that he has just iiasad through a phy's pupils, Tom lVttltt, has just been Let him be hung at once spell of wrather which put the murcuiy ' uroiaottd to the tontion of Reidinz Clerk AND M. Dubois, of Paris, finds that chlorodown to 10 below zero of the Lower House of Cjngrese. ThereV form acts with extraordinary rapidity on J IN honor 01 her guesi, .miss .'vua viirrr, nommg uae geuing a gowi e.nn ana meee criminal after introduction of aIcohQin. evidently got it from Mrs. of gentlemen of Indiana, Miss LUlie McClary, to the ejitem, and terminates in death.with Furulliire, ciubrnclus eo A Full mul ooiuplete Oik neighborhood, entertained Murphj's ferrule. abruptnere. This discovery may a SuKcn. crydiliiR 1'rom Iho Chvapcst to the Finest niht A Concert will ba given at the Opera BtartllnBclew to the fitality of chloroform in aba it 7 j rounc people on Thur-dt- y form a ueed to ko to the cities to uinkc your pnrclinHCH, uo mattce lit Home, Wednesday night, the purpose of eome ciMf rlmt quantity or quality you want, aw can and Hill duplicate A fTAiiu: belonging to Mrs Elira Baker, wii'ch is to raise funds to jiy for the organ nny isrit'CM yon can obtain elnevlire, freight being added. Aim Gen. Grant' destitution ia not o extreme who - ner lb "! etc on tie D.i hi the Methodist church. Aside from the after all. He has a throat trouble which a lull assortment of Co (Hum, Caes. ShroudH and Itobcs, emlsriw real worth of the entertainment, the object v'.lle pike, w. b.rueJ laet tv.niog. l.o w Styles, both cheap nnil expenslre. Hare roasK prevents emokinKi and the money he will liiB all the is a praiseworthy one and when wc take inwith Me coin $200. opposite r thug rave, tegcther with other rigid econoHotel. Stanford, Ky. to consideration the fact that the MethoI wish to sny Io the ladies, aa it is the his income of 515.C0O a year and the mies, pubdist ladies have asked nothing of occational donations of wealthy friend will lit of Jan'iary, please come aud settle lic for a long time, we are led totho believe no' their millinery hills as I am compelled to enablo him, it is thought, to keep out of Drr-- l.l ppER their entertainment will be liberally Co. Chicago institutions. money Thanks for past patronage 1 that charitable have the ' patronized. The programme which is comv,SnfiSifC Kate Dudderar. lit Kulii.it same. Re-p- t. Timee. r EHCHJt? CHAMnERSBURG, PA m prehensive includes our best musicil talent 'y. XVtt ' "I "tfrfjtti mill Mr. V. - I'otti, the Mb. W. P. Harri, iSuperintendent of and we guarantee that even the most fastidFivo Awards at the Louisville Eipaaj tion in 1883. tbe K oxville Branch of L. & N., has re ious will acknowledge himelf pleased and man, and Rev. E. Forman, the prominent jajs3fcaifv SHiw'l ) tigce I totake eDeC. Jan. 15,h. It is under- to have gotten the full worth of his mon- Presbyterian minister, have formed a part .(.MIUSTCAr. c, from 2 to 2t0 horse power. Saw Mills Cnlnes to the largest standard atzes. Portable Crnv stood that Mr. O. E. Evans, Masterof Trains ey. The choir will bo assisted by Mrs. J. nerehin under the firm name of W. N. Co.,tb Mills from thvNoith Carolina Mill Stone will be promoted to the Superintendency. P. Biiley, Mrs. Lee Huflman, Mrs. J. M. Potts & Co. Mr. Chaf. flunley'a cclebnt-e- d best Mills in the world for making meal for ttl u"e. Write fir rtlees. Add "ess the '21 inst mocking bird, Echo, died on Mr. Harris, who goes to a similar position Philip.', Misses. Reid, Truoheart, Tyree, on the B & O , carric with him the good Messrs. Campbell, Water, Huffman, Rii aged M yean and six months to a day. Echo GEO. D. WE.VREX. will of the officers and men, who speak in ney, Prof. Ihkcr and Orchestra, Admis. was a fine ainger and the family was very GENERAL J.r'TH HAMTON, P. the highest terms of him as an offi:er and tion 50 cents. School girls and children much attached to him. Mr. Hunley. refus- rs-Traveling Agent. cVaTmcV H Ol nonla. gentleman. ed an offer of $75 for him a short time ago. Chenault bought the l J tines B. L. D. The Danville .Idiocafc eaye: We sug- RELIGIOUS. Walker firm of 450 acres lj miles ftom pest to the young gentlemen of Stanford, National Bink Mrs. Jennlo Wells, wife of Rev. J. M Richmond at 90 05.-F- irst B-Ko-iiswho hnro charge of the presentation of ns Wells, pastor of the Mt. Sterling Baptist stock, 110 (hares sold at $125 to $131 per ' Little Barefoot" to fix a date for its rendichurch, is dead. Bhare.-RegU- ler. tion before a Dinville audience. We havi Eld. G. L 8urber's first day's service Ode of the belt remedies for rough or heard a number of our citizens express the will favor our as pastor 01 me .ut. sterling Christian chafed hands it the following: One ounce hope that the management 11 church was blessed with eix additions to it, placo with at least one night, and if they of glycerine, one ounce of rose water, six Eld. J. AV. Lowber, a distinguished diwill, we believe the play will meet with a drops of carbolic acid. In cold weather, vine of Louisville, will preach at the hearty welcome. whenever it is necessary to wash the hands, Christian church next Thursday night at ripply a few drops while they are moist and While Gub Heeges' traupe was playing the usual hour. Wagon co; from (lie A rub well into the skin. It may be alio used The Bishop of Melbourne has ordered "Peck's Bad Boy" to crowded houtes in for the face Columbus Louisville last week, George W. Peck, the prayers to be offered that rabbits may not Washed Out Hair. Yeliicles, father of the boy, came nil the way from become mothers, all endeavors to extermiThere Ii a tort cf pallid, chalky complexion Milwaukee, Wis., to enjoin the perform nate them having proved frultleis. What Which 1 11m authorized to sell nt veryJLow S FrlccH to red ace which the novelists call a "washed out complex nnd Htock. ThCHc Vehicles are all FIKST-OLASa:ces, hut after getting the injunction he next? ion." It U ghastly enough and no mlitake. second to none wade. hair Rev. Dr. C W. Miller, a prominent Washed-outo give security and Mr. Ileege confaded, colored or failed divine, died at Lexington Saturday. Dr. Ii almost at repulsive and melancholy. Parier'i tinued and made money by the advertiselong ago Miller would have been made Bishop at Ilalr Balsam will restore yourbalrto Ita original ment. Thi troupe was hers not color, whatever It waj brown, auburn or black. and Mr. Heege impressed us as being a the last General Conference of the M. E Why wear mess on jour head, when you may eaCOMMISSION very honorable and high toned gentleman. Church South had he not penmptorilly sily have lively, shining balr, " - The Faith Cure is one of the amiable delusions of the age, but its adherents must be careful and not put the theory in practice to the possible detriment of human life, or the law will take cognizance of their doings. Tho Universalis.. The faith-curat Louisville has at last been able to report n cure. Mrs Nlcholi.fi Marshall, who has had chrouic catarrh for years, shouted out at one of the praise meet ings last week that she was curei', and as long as she believes that she is, we presume no one will have the temerity to attempt to convince her that shn is not. e tulnglt.ptlmt ol tlrt Mnm-tii- lultic t.u'(,1olii Plies are frfjisntlj r"JrJ ttnil ( Io-r Jisrl of toe nMomrn, n ,n ,c "' rtW PIUVATE SALE oi'LANl.X f s rar ale, there lelrg Al trnwi, fluttiVrK--- , i mjlnrMnf HKJ ACHES IX o of ttm t'ii!-l- i, ttt. A iiottnr, Hi Itchlnf, ry n pcnj'lrutlon, excepting w fUr cUIng warm, l a vry comnKB attendant ence to tli- -. niluJ, Iltwdlng ii'l ItcKlns l'ito ) M1 at hlc h 'TnVvDTnl: $ ",',:unt,ll' '""Pike mi Tilt Re-- n ' j, lilt Ii are limitation of Ir tlie parll alftttril, ilrliiig tie Mfilt?,?!.?. illrretljr u,7'""'awD For furttrr Tumors, atlsying tliv luteins lulling ot J dTntinga iiu vj V, I G2t A'l cure. PrllO M If. 11. sox. Medicine Co., riijua, Olilo. BU ly McRbb-.rStags. itip)eHie!i-.ss'iiicnt!- UiWjl er Intllg-Mtl'ig neighboring orysrs. nro jirt-on- t, in --- A.i'dVl'f.'V" '.s, it. THE TRACr, uj-o- lo tl r no ji 1885. For Sale HARPER'S WEEKLY -T i; -- L'. -- mm, fur-wa- rd ' teFJsMMM 1SS5 .e,a,SiWi;l,,,to!,, "fWAI .,, - one'ytar,-t'lnutnten- ma-Lik- a"" -- TURNPIKE . a(. n h- iI 1 407-St Stockholders' Meeting. hiot 1885. Stockholders' Meeting. HARPER'S illhstkaied. "" A ti 1 1 -r- Stockholders' Meeting. a 'J0-- td nii-r- or re - 1 Mot ice ! a. ADVICE. K-a- T. R. WTALiTOM- GraSSll CoSIlbiliatiOIl . Semi-annu- Weekly Courier Jo urnal Courier-Journal, hc?-e- r's Xia-litlc- Clas-iSe- tVst-OC- C al ' Mi) UL UNDERTAKER, soruuen7of w Wlllll, Parlor I lte Xealei in ITiii'iiitiii'e lure ii-- tvi -- 1 well-know- n i JjQl Taylor Manufacturing " yivatrt froa-$Y- 1 m Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons and Buck Boards. Coinpnny; also several Company's large signniwit received Spikes Buggy t, parti-co'.ore- d ESO. D. IKrXSARSIff, MERCHANT. K t Wp. 9 2tanTord,Ky., January 13, 1885 make any stay in the Bpanbh capita'. High jlad I was to leave It, and turn my fn.ee southward rhlllppa was by now in apparently good hoalth, both bodily and mental ; but whib at Madrid I treinhlod for hor, as I ihould tromble for any one I loved who resting-place--- ELECTRIC MEETING OF MEN RAILWAYS. INTERESTED IN "LIGHTNING" TRAINS. Iho Method of Operation Explitluoil nnd Hi Kruiioniy llernotiatrated ltte or Sliced nnil How lteuuUtml Line la Operation. New York Ms.ll and Express.! jJlio meeting held ot my father1 redone J tho oilier croning tvni for ths purposo of arranging a tost ot electricity as motive pifwor ou tho elovatei railway, and othori wilt lw hell very Bodn," ald Mr. E. N. Dickenson, Jr., tho pa tout lawyer, hi his office. "Who vera prosontP I'CyrusW. Field, Hnvid D.udloy Field, Hew Dr. Henry M-- Field and Mr. Stophea D. Field, representing tho FieW Electric railway: Mr, Chnrlo3 J I. Cotter, of Drerel, Morgan & Co., representing tho Edlwn Etwtric railway; Mr. Chart Hoolzon, tho Sletnom Electric railway, Momm. It. AV. nnl II. M. Hawksworta, roprawntlnj tho Daft Elf.ctru' rillw.iy, Col. It. M. llaxayd, roprawsitlur .tha Beutlay. Kafght Electric railwaj ; anl CoL Haln, Manhattan rail general manager of road." " tVliat will D3 the moi A,od ot procedure!" It fa proposod to make i test ot o!o:triclty asiuottro power on thj Seconl avenui llui of olevatd railroad, anl for that purpose a central rati will 13 laid th.) whole leugth of tho lino from Chatham tjuan to Harlem bridgo." SWhat U tho exaqt method of opjratin railroad! by electricity." uJl stationary engine is uwd for the generation of electricity, and the building! in which the dynamos pf the electric light are operated glvo an idea of what tho premises will be where olectriclty isgonsratjd to move the elevated trains. Power for the dynamos can bo obtained at first from on) ot the companies, which make a btiiinwa.'of furnishing steam power to those who require It Ayiien tin new system Is permanently adopted bue atatiouary engiuo will be all that will bo noode-- for a whole line." "How does the electricity move a train! ' "From tho dynamos the electricity will bj conducted to the central rail by a large wire. ThA jtlrird rail is to bo wonty pounds hoaVlor that tho rail now uxl ou the elevated railroads, and Is known a a seventy-pounralL The wire connecting it with the dynamos will need to ba an equally good eonloctor. You nro aware that olectriclty V&S. a strong tenlcucy to roturn to Iti source It Is this fact by ,t.uo nearest conductor. which giva3 tha sscret of tin opjratlon ot Tho ourrant rotjroad tralm by electricity. wblcV passes over the central rail ha a strong tendency toward the outur raili a cifhductors "by which it may return t the iyZamOs which generated it, anil tho permit Jt to pan through the mechanism of their motors, thus compelling it to move a train as it flows from thj central rail through tho motor to the outil la rails by luoaaspf h wheols of tho nutor will bo Insulated, and probTbo central-rai- l ably there will be glass to separata it from the wooden tio3, but th outir rails do m: noid lusulatloa In fact, they aro IxjtJor without It might bo possible ts apply elc-triclwithout a third rail, sending tho current over 009 of tho mil i now In use anl permitting It to return over the other railoi tbr&ugh the ground. nyiU it bo cheaper than, steamf" "I unhesitatingly auwer yes to that qua tlon," said Mr. Dickerson. "Lot mo couvlno you that it Is so. The avorajo alovntsl railroad locomotive consume fifteen pounds ol r t furcoal por hour for every nishes, while a stationary engiaj of the best cltvu requlro3 about two, or at the mott only two and onfcfourth pounds of rpnl por hoUr it furnishes. Now, for ovory horse-powallowing tho maximum of waste in transof elecmission, etc., and every howe-powtricity when applied to th mo5or drawln? a train will reprosjnt only four and one-hapounds of coaL This twing so, thuro lusav-in- g of t;n and one-hapound i of ooal o r every in ming cljctncity in stoad ot atoain." Will it b j safer "The regulation of the spwl ot train i will be Ioh difficult with electricity as motive power than with steam," said Mr Dicktrsou. "Tho trains can be stoppvl soo:ior, and to control them will be oislar in all respects. I might havo given additional mimhh why electricity will Lo cheaper than stoitm, aal I can unhesitatingly say that the trains can be mo vol moif safely when it is appliol, Than will be less noiso also, and the' relief from sinoko and dust will be eipjctiilly uppreci-a- t id by tho public." "How about tbo apco-l- l Thorowill Iwn.. limit to the speed obtainsble," replied the lawyer. "Tho Slemensos bivo im elootrls railroad about nine mlloi Ion; in Borlin, aud they are s3on to extend it to thirty miles. It LJ a surface road, and thereforj thoir cars run only seven mllos an hour. They al have a liuenlno miles Ion; to the Ufant's Causeway, in Ireland, and thsrj they maki twenty miles and ovor. Iunlorstaml that Uuixn Rothschild intends to construct a line on the Siemens plan in I'arU, hut I do not know what rate pf peod ho vishe to obtain The Bjutloy. Knight liui in Clovelnud is inilej 1 j.i, but I cm about two and one-hauot tuy hat speed tbey make th re. It will lie iiiblu to run t lie oieratej train i ery sHittlv or verv slowly, nj may 1m lo'lrl g t) corn-pAul- d ty ltorw-powo- er lt lf horsj-pawe- city swept ratde that city a from end to end uycraiiy, ireeouerous, icy winds blowing straight from the Gusilar-ram- a mountains; lntldloui blasts In which lurk the seedi ot consumption and denth. 80 at our leisure w e went southward, halting at such placet and seeing such sights as we thought tit, llugerlng here and there Just long as It su.t3d us; travelllnj by easy itages tnl In such comfort as we could rtommsnd. At Malaga we spent wesks, the balmy, delicious air; at Grana-J- a ws were days and weeks before we could tear ourselves away from the interesting, Absorbing glorias of tho dparUd Moor We were in a nw world a world which I ha I alwuys Unged to se. At last it was Juu at the end of April, when the land was full ot rce-s- , hn vegetation was breaking into that rich ljxurlince unknown In tha north-er- u lands we turn id our stew to the c.t which I had In my wn mind fixed upon as tho end ot our wanderings, the half Spanish, half Moorish, but ivholly beautiful city of 8eville; brilliant, romantic Seville, with iti housis. Its groves of orarg and olive trees, Iti luxuriant girdoui, Us. crooked, narrow stroets, its Moorish walls, JU numirous towers, all of which sink Into inslguifleance under the shadow of the lofty Giralda. All I wanted seemed to be here. Here was everything for the saks of leklng which I had professed to leavo foggy inn, warmth, color, bright-tteiHero I thought, It in any place in the world, wl th one I love forget what Here It nny hs knows of the cruel past be our ns w life shall begin. Glorious, wondarful Seville! Tha magic charm of tbe place fell on my companions ai It fell ui3n me, ai Inlejd it falls upon all who visit it By common content we arranged to stay our course for an indefinite tlraa. Perhaps by now we all thought we htdondured enough of hotel life, and wanted gems place which might bar tbi name of home: so, although such t hints are not very easy to find, I hired a furnished house. Such a house! From th narrow ssreet the need of shade makes narrow streets indispensable to Seville pass throujh a light openwork iron gate, Into a spacious wh(te marble lined cottrtyarJ, or, as the BpanUrdi call it, patio; a courtyard open to the sky. save for the gayly colored awning which Is tome-timspread over it; a space fragrant to the four comers with the perfume of orange and pther sweat smelling bloeiome, bright with glowing oleanders, and wuttcnl with tha murmur pf fountains. Around the walls statues, some of the fair works Of arl, paintings and mirrors. Every sitting room In .the hoo6 opening on to this cool central fairyland which, for many fairyland months of the year, is alttuut tb only part ot tho houw used In their waking hours by the Sevillanca. Add to this a garden, not large but oxqulslte, futl of th rarest and choicest blossomi, and it ypuaenot hopelessly bigoted, and enamored ot EnglUh foji, you must long for such a home in courtly, beautiful Seville I With such surroundings afmost those of a Sybarite who can blame me for beirg lulled into security, if not forgetfulnesa, and for telling myself that my troubles were nearly at an endl Who can sronder at the castlos 1 built as hour after eur I lounged in iho patio, with its fragrant, sootliTug atmosphere and gazsd at Philippa's beautiful face, anl now and ojaln nuatiag her dark eyaj, and sometimes surprising in those thoughtful depths a look whloh thrilled my hiiarfc a look which I told iiTywlf was onj ot love? Tnw, that often and often lo my sleep 1 ssw th3 white, dead Taro, with the snow-hea- p forming over it True, Uat of ton and often Philippa's wild cry, "The wbjm of sin on, on, on'1 rang through wy dream1, and Iawoke trembling in every limb; but in the daytime, in tin midst ot tbd nw t shaled repose, I could almost banish every memory, every thought which strove to lead me back to grief and horror. r. The days, each ono sweeter than ita passed by. Esch layy was We wandered for hours with Philippa. through the marvellous ganli of the we drovi wrier the skating trees ot Las Djlicias; we made excursions to Itallca tells and other places, which the guile-boo- k you every visitor to Sevillo should see; but I think we found In the ordinary sights, which werj at oar vary door, as muds pleasure as Tfe lovel to In any of tha stcc'x shows. watch the people. Wo delightad in tha p'a a fiower-bodecko- d t. es startled me; but then this time I knew that my lovo of years was to be rowardod. She did not shrink away; sbo did not struggle to free herself, but she trembled She sighed like a leaf In my embrace. deeply, evon hopelossly, and I saw tho tears welling In ber dark eyes. Closer and firmer I held her, and kissed her cheek again and again. Had that moment been my last I should havo said that I had not lived In vain. "Philippa,'' I whispered, "my queen, my lovo, tell me you love me at last" She was silent The tears broke from her eyes and ran down ber cheeks. I kissed the slgnt of sorrow away. "Dearest," I said, "it is answer enough that you sutrer these kisses, but I havo waited so long been so unhappy; look at me and satisfy me; let me hear you say, 'I love youl' " She turoed her tearful eyes to mine, but uot for long. She cast her looks upon the ground and was still silent Yet she lay In my arms. That, after all, was the true answer. "Tell But I must have it Trom her lips. m. deiMit tell mo once." I craved. Her lips quivered; her boeom rose and felL The blush spread from her cheek and stole down her white neck. "Yes," she murmured, "now that it is too lat), I lovo you." I laughed a wild laugb. I clasped Philippa to my breast "Too late!" I cried. "We may have fifty years ot happiness." "It is too late," she answered. "For your sake I have told you that I love you, BaslL My love, I will klsj you once then looae me, and let us say farewell" "When death closes the eyes of one of us we will say farowell not until then." I said, as my lips met hers In a long and rapturous possession ot her senses, letol that pistol ami shoot hor betrayer through his black heart, I should havo held that aonly justice had been done. I should have regrettod the act, but nevertheless I would havo ploadod foi hor love as fervently and revorently as 1 was uow about to plead for It Once more I say, If you condemn mi throw the book aside. eyos half closed, was, Philippa, with as was utual at that hour, sitting in the patio. In her hand she hold a sprig of orangi blossoms, and ever and anon inhaled Its dean action, by the by, licious perfume; scarcely needful, as the whole air was redolent ot tho fragranco thrown from tho great tree In the centre of tho marblo space. She wa, or fancied she wj, nlono, as some little tlmo beforo I had left the court to obtain a fresh supply of cigarettes; and my mother, who could never quite adapt horsolf to the life, was Uklng a siesta in the drawing room. As I saw rhlllppa In all her glowlng.beauty, tli3 white marble against which sbo leaned miking as It were a suitable foil to the warm color of her cheek the long, curved, black, downcast lashea-t- he Inbosom rising and falling gently like an spiration the thought camo to mo that In a minute my fato would bo docldod. Heavens! how could I have waited so long to hear tbe words which I knew she would say! I crept nolsolessly to her side. I passed my arm round her waist and drew her to love m. 1 whispered words ot passionatewhich in ber ear words, tho confidence of ruth, anJ Mtyhg ttet bad I aeea tier, In full ror&Mi02UL , ir. fefcciiAitY Is a cindtdalo for rrprestntitlre of Lincoln ty, subject to the action ol the democracy- coun4.1Ij-h- l - P.ee wT WKJJJT, SSSS. d Will ptscllce in the Courts of Bolf sod adjoining eountlM and in the Court of Appeals. And Master Oomtaualotier Kcicutle Circuit Conr. MT VKRNON, KY. Will prsctlee In the liockctitle Courts. CollecIK) Office In tions ATTOltNEY AT LAW, DAtfVILLE, K.Y., J. AttornoyTI8HILaw, At B. Court-house. ALEX. ANDBBBON, JOHN II. MILI.KH la a candidate 'or repreteolatlreof Lincoln county In the next LliUture, subject to the action of the democracy. 1 0 THK ORKAT hr ictll7. $200 Reward Look, Read 1 Tflrough Trunk Line XriBB BTANFOltD, KY. Offlce-So- uth side Msln Strut, two doors bor PureNlirous Oxide Qss sdialntsUred when required. . OU T. HUFFMAN. A Its ward of Two Uanpred Dollars will be paid by tbe friends of the late J, M- - nonedlcl tot the capture of his murderer, Henry Robert. Kobette Is about 2) years of age, dark complexion, baiel yea, smooth face and Tery bad countenance, rath erhrary bull), weighing probably 13 Hounds. and Remember DR. W. D. PENNY, 8TANF0nD, KENTUCKY. rifflp nr.r Riht. 3. LriU's store, OOee hour aa from S te 12 a. M.and I lo S r. M. Anet Miles uai-ij- r. eM! ClMK8,.naMh,Spti!l Unrlralei seml-open-a- lr nontlrtt. 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LOul POSTED! and This nolle fbrwarni hunters, nihyrmea perwithout tramps net to treepass on our lands be procecuted mission, as all such aits ire llsbleto to the full extentof the law. aiankird.Ky March ITih.lMI. ISUned UusA W.M.McCoruiack, D McKlttrlck. K. ielll. if. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO AY. Kentucky's Route East II. l.nuiu, d, It-I- H!lns Kelly, r, J. F. UoT-ti.U Carter Ulll, T. It. U. A 11. VODD, U-- l HuLb F. D. Rhclee, . C. Hlshop. . . W.C McOoriaack, TH0I.0UGHENGUSHC0UR3E WashlnfltoriPhilaaiBlphla N.Y. Ar Uught, u well M It only Una running Z.ANOUAOKB. DRAW U J. A. Harris, P. TT Carter, Kd. Cjtur. T. J. Foster, T.M. White, H.T. Kustell, A. D. Newlaod, n W- - (Ilium. Jas. II. Prewllt U.r-.aarcu- C. Vanoy, J. M.B. Ijtle, J.W.Weaihcrford, Wm. Burton, J. 8. Murphy, J. M. Hill, IO. THS INO AND PAINT1NO. PDLLKAS TERMS MODjEHATE. la tb In Tuttloa, prtfe rajjc fr?a IB regular Department. IVtmarr, IMi InUrmdlaU ItO, and OoifcaU, 140. mparatojy, III SlIIPHf 0 OiXS OM A (,. A. t. E. A won II J Darst. J. D. Jonrs, J. Q. Vontzomery Dcoedlct, i: Newlsnd. J. It. McAIUIer, A SOLED TRAIN IaHUllle,ClnclBHBtl BBd LtX' iBicten, Ky., lyr UJrs For foil particulars, as U KJI. H. C. TIIUKMKART.. Ky. UbooIji etaasrl. Ce.. Bete..rrlBelpI, WASHHIGTON CITY, Coaaectlng ta asm depot with fast trals for pil fore-ruruu- r; tiirsYque, ragged-lookin- black-eyet- l Anda-lusla- n boy-ratcj- ls who plnye4anl lf DAEIOAYSHY - HUGH CONWAY. Bad." Author of "Called CHAPTER IX. SAFH AND I.OVr.D. and Iter expulsion from a country so la t My mother gave, a Httlo cry of pleasure, in its observance ot international obligann stoppo I fi rward, I checked her. tion! highly improbablo, wlwn her guilt can "I love ho- -, nud she loves me," I connt tho utmost bo only suspected, if indojd "But sho refutot to marry me. tinued. suspicion ever points to her, I tuny pasi A11A whyl Uecatrn she fears to bring slinmo rapidly ovor tho dvents o.' the next twe You know h?r on nn honorable name. months; the moro so as my record of them stoy; you aro my mother. You, of nil peovary Httlo from tho description would differ ple in the world, should bo tho most jealous To me, after ot" an ordinary tour In Bpaln. ns to tho honor of my name, Ymi should the feverish anxiety, the hornblo ilroad aj know whom you would chooso for my wife. to what any hour might bring forth, which Toll her- -" had charactorlz.d our flight from England, My mother advanced I said no more. It sootucd something very much liko bathoi with outstrotchod arms, and in a moment my dropping nt onco Into the position of the my poor girl was woeping in her embrace, everyday tcurlst taking a coupio or laaies whilo words which I could not hear, but on n round of travel; but for the tlms I was whoso purport I could woll guess, were beoutwardly neither moro nor loss. I hod Indeed been ing whlsperod to her. From Uurgos wo wont to Valladolld: from right in trusting to my mother's noblf Madrid-Mad- rU, Valladolld to the nature. city, with its or!d, uninteresting "Leqva us for a little while, Basil," slu surrouuJitigi and abominable climate, JNot said, as Philippa still sobbod upon her shoullong did W3 linger here. Bid and trying as "Come back In a quarter of an hour! der. the English wintor may be, the cold of Madtime." rid in a poor oxchango for it I bad almost throvrn asiJo the assumed character ot an a "Another mier!"""'' wi,'h," Raid t&O invalid; but I felt it would be tho holght of Cnnr. For Wnnorivo Cnron.-M- lx inconsistency, after forcing niy companions enciceer when be eiw his wi'e lUEtwsr table fpacnfnl nf ewpetoil mi1 oof rrip. to cicvupiuiy iu la March of warmth, to around for her back hair. Give one teaapoonfal geveral times a day. 1 1 high-perche- d that mi are site in Spain; now that PhllippVs arroit is n matter of ImpoKibil-ity- , A'ow We aedvol eraceful fivures ot tit Serlllanm; I, rdoreover, notoJ that the nvaut gracjful of t ne figures could nit De comfetreti to r, 11 We strolled up U10 awnlnz- innt's own. nt lxl Cdllt d la3 Sierpes, ad laugh.l at tho curious windowless little Hiap. hvary-thl- n was so strange, so bright, so teeming tradition, so full of in'tn e with iuVrejt that no wonder I could for th tmi send paln'ul mjmorles to the tack, ground. Anl Philippsl Although thoro were times whm lur fac-- grow sad with sad remembrances: althocg'i at times her eye? i night mine with that troubled, inquiring look, although I trembled at to what mlg ir b the question which I seemi to see her lips about to form; I did not, could not h lieve she was entirely unhappy. The smile was a quiet, thoughtful one, yot a oftmer so in on her face. It came now of Its own accord. More and more certain I ?rew that. If nothing rocalled the rait, or I should say, If nothing tilled the blank, so mirclfully left, of that ono night, the hour nn not far distant when my lovo would (all hersslf hippy. 0I, to keep that fatal i.iowIeJgo from liar foroverl Such wai my life. So, in calm anil pjnee, all hut linppluit-'- , the days passed by, until tin hour otne when for tho third time I Philippa that loved her to ddtotellwith the coitainty I of hearing her tell her so my worJj. Ye?, certainty. Ilnd I not for many days soon her eyes grow brighter, the grave, thoughtful look leavo Ii.il- - face, lur whole manner chaugo when I drew near! Such signs as these told mo that tho crowning moment of myllfowos at hand. Here for onj moment I paui. I scorn to excuse inylf forwlsiilngtomarry woman to have who ha 1 Loon, or suppose! her-ebeen, the Innocent victim of a bcouudrelly nothing in comiiun of the world I have &U1.I1 au excuto is mon with thou who think needed. Mr?. Wilson's statement that the marriago was valid might bo trus or false. It gave me tho impression that it was true, anl I believed that Philips could lay claim But to lnr tho man's nceurssd nam?. whether she was Lady Ferrund, or a trutt-ln- g woman liotrayed, for my own snko cared little She was Philippa As to my intention of mnirying, my one wish to marry a woman who, in her temporary and fully. accouuted-fo- r dollrlum, had kilted the man who so cruelly wronged her, I have but this to say. My tale, although I give It to tho world, is not written for tho purpose of fiction. It Is the story of myself a story which smed to ms worth telling of a. man who loved ono woman passionately, blindly, and without consideration. Such was my groat love for Philippa that I feel no shams in telling the at every street corner. roml the old-wor- J kiss. Then with a sigh she gently but firmly freed herself from my arms. 8he rose, we stood on tbe marble floor, face to face, gazing In each other's eyes. "Bail!," she said, softly, "all this must bo iKTialfl W will club th World one yesr fr Say farewoll; tomorrow wo JotiaxiU with the lr forgotten. y World, IS 0. and 7J; with the mutt pATt." with IheDal y Wiitld forlT. "DeareaVOURHvosietioetortWare one," W P. WILTON. Stanford. Ky. "It caunof be. Spare me, Basil I You have been kind tome. It cannot Im." A.T "Wbyl Tell me why "Whyl need you- - akkl You bear an honored and respected name; and I, you Orrostra CocaT-Hou- x know batil am & ahamed woman." "A wixfagbd woman, it may be, not a DAnvIXXE. - - - Utrsrutvivx, shamod ona." "A! .BjjMljjlatajj world, wben a woman u..i. . .i .11 h ii . name alwars On Is concerned, w rouged and shamed mean hand ant In lis soason, oysters fnsb flh and simwitdlo sign Woodbine Kcslau. the same thing. You hare been as a br- ilar delicacies out tot lb all airle and n abort look oker to, lie, l came to; on, in tfotronhle; nolle, and csll when you are hungry. rant" - is- - UAttnUHKIMKK. you saved my life my reason. Be kinder .. still, and spare me tbepajn ot paining you." lsnr lie Ky. By look, Jjy woriL by. gesture, sho seemed to beseech me. Ob, how I longod to tel her that I firmly believed she was the dead man's wife I 1 had much difficulty in chocking th words which wore forming on my lips-- But I dared uot speak. Telling hinfulVy tvitnlar W0HI1IV news- -KfM hor that the marriage was a valid one meant , nsnr arianr. latchsnica. eaglafeiltty. dent.l that I mutt tell her of her husband's death, itfaowiif lnvatU,na and Intents CTrc pablthJ. Kttrr namter tilntretd with might be, how bo died. and. It plimdld fWTTlBes., This furnishes "Philippa," I Mid, "the whole happiness a Bunt TalaiblaeafrtlopedU paMlrslian, lost which of laformst no rerun should ho KHronH The rplartty of my every desire Is contnxl upon of my life, the Hciunno AiirairsK Is such that Us making you my wife. Think, dearest, how neirir that nt all ether paper of iti rli. rnn.V.rn.,1 Pr.i Li"Oarir. utoeouot whan 1 had no right to demand the gift my 1UNS (A., toCWbs. Sold br all rwdaierf, life was made desolate; think what it will uiuairi, .to, wi i)ropar, n. 1. . be whn 1 know you love me and yet refuse also bad Thirty lo Im mine I Have I been true to you, mmmmmmmm - Snvan Years' Philippa 1" irIICO beforn the rtent OfA". a- I hste prepared "Heaven knows you have." tnorathan Ono Hundred Thouspslents lojhj n "Then why, now that you love m, refuso and apnlicali and foreign cmlntrlei. Pnltert btales mo my reward V iu-ji- i v'j.v Afraid and hPw for "Oh, spare met I cannot, I will not aeVrinV.nrjM fftlr "rlgtfts'U " lfrajBe.w aTaittailsl t.tirUnd. 1 11 DC?. give it. Basil, dear Basil, why with your trormaoy and other foreign countries, pretalents should you msrry tho cast-of- f pared at short notice and 00 reasonable terms. of Sir Mervyn Ferrandl Why should Information as too'i'aining a of clren without charge. you blush to nhow your wife to tho world V the "Blush! Ths world! What Is my world througt iUnn J?r.are noticedln surh BclenliBo nolle la of American free. The adranlage Uo wish to dispose savo you) You aro all to me, sweotost Well br all wrsoas You lovo me what more do I want Beforo ?' 'Addreli' MUNK A CO.. Offir. BdXSXITW this time next week wa will be married." AMinici-S- , XI llrodwaf,w kork. "Never, never! I will not wrong the man I love. Basil, farewell forever!'' Sho clatped her hands and fled wildly acrots the court I caught her at the door, which she had reached mid half opened. "Promise mo cue thing," I said; "proinlso you will wait here until my vturn. I shall not bo flvo minutes. It is not much to nsk, STATFORD. KT. Propr BtmifSIDE, KitSrVaPil IN CASH. oS'wifffc E. H. Ill lor subecaUia. $, Mid; frisubecr1brs. for ISutcrlbrs, i; for lu subscribers, I; for This Old and Woll - inown subscribers, II. Hotel sun munwaim i Agents wnted In ery town and rtllag culars anl .mpW coplw free. Sjad fjr tfcraj. High Reputation, Is tha banner Dfmocrallc THE WORLD AMD Union. Kry Democrat shOHld read It. Dally. H; li. 8uday, It 50; IU ProjprieVgr ii .BtmUfd that year. Weekly, II r to ao er by Br anr roan or woman, girtWOULD,who will organ-I- s thegreatlarm clubs leitheWEBKLY ,Mmtatj In all acpartraents, and home 5 CirNews-pap',M- he MONEY Gan bo Made MYERS HOTEL, Tho Direct ftoateloLyacbbnrr. Dan Points. All Virginia aad Worth Carolina For ticket and further Information, apply ta your neaMl ticket ofllc, or address W.J Uisa, W. K. AHKOLP, AdrerUtlajr Agi , Ticket aal ., Loulstlll, JCy O. W.rsHETH. Oen'l TO.75tT 8ml-Wekl- Sant-WiKK- IT. it Skill Hwtel AvteolatMnti, tloa.U Cmfwt of QuMti. thair ceiVeysd U elal in tfle aitie in ui t are, r Atten- - 8ec6aa Coastrr WaM, Rtnaia4. H. V. FULLBK, AtH. Owa'l PaWr VleUeJ !'. at. KENTUCKY It MMl Bar, KM f Mnsonlieimer's Restaurant ...i - fr..f u CsarfUlTtlrs.Ik ektlctet alwai sitH4 with m ekarg. fra th (siHatloi Th Bar will Cigars. "illttofel I IleHts. R kra4srLIorsaa4 Tho Ttsife. obrit'ii - -J- srEt'iric, LEXIXGTOX A CINCINNATI. SchrJul In E3ct Ott.ll, list. Urest tssllsh flemcj, for Weak Mens-r- Shortest and Quickest Route from Geo tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and 8outhweit. Fast Lin Between. ' llraln rower. 5roua Kahsusllon, rVmlaal weakneas. Itapoteocy, and Oenrl Loaa of iiwrof th GanratlT Organs, Loeaof Isapoeltlretur Habr laAiar. on.nr.6l rouinrui imprudsne or ta. earns ol uaiurpl ye.", wtn 4SKSt in in as Unlrrrsal Usaltud,i-ain n.telldlieue that follow aa a s- - ' egsrtgrABtayirtiHnaVg) HAi St (' tureOld Ags.andmioy oltrdta-raae-a that lead to Hanlty or Consumption. In all caaeaof rfmal WnVnnilli. MnerlUe acta Ilk a r. cbann, restoring loas or fallnc brilliant siting to tb y andanarklincbeeiulrito th cheek. tb rosy blooom of health. AftsrTtklar, arMurray'aapeclfiels aoU by all Drulitsat packages for t). Alao by II per package, or ale mall, postag rrew,bri receiptor nrlc. avt'ull particulars In pamphlet, which will b mailed fre to etery applicant. Address all communications to th solo manufacturers. XVilH.l V XKOMVMXKCO.,Mo. tCansaaCtty, Sold In Stanford by Tcnny A UcAlister and all back, Dtmnee of Vision, !'" K 5 I I ' . JKgfl. 3MI.HU assess I". 3 3n 11 j i ?BB33H J I 1 1 ' ii( u -3 i h " u r' ' 1 ! ""- 9B 1 S.WU UHf 3C-sSaloSj Ill-833 !'!'!.; 03,8 n i '" EBi2'3EBBjLi; "0"9Sl'J'O-i 8 S "t3 j . 3 3 BB ,i "001.191 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j i t ! 4 ': ! 3BSB3 OOU O Druggists (200-ly- rl ererywher. Aaniua I'ktk A Co., it Aen ts, LouliTlllet Ky. S3 si S 9 w ! 1 3B2H3B -- mls-tre- w 01 & MISSISSIPPI il. W. -- .. II V-r- " r- o S"3psr,3"tf EB BE'EEEBH " r-. -- teoeiS J w . f o cf A The Direct Rout to ."and-UMk- St. Louis & the West Northwest and Southwest by tbe way of 'o5 Tr II rrz. -- 3 SSSo i &B!r'r 0 g.5.& Si si j I :. H i : ! I ' IVIUMK ,1 M u tr S ! M- LOUISVILLE orOIM INXATI. -i I 53Si5 S j ! 2 o Mm' limp fur iikmIs going West. 1 3BB3BB ' s ! B Learlnj Chattanooga n Isrllle and Clnclnna'llor make direct lonnrctlon at thoso joints wild the Light-nln- z Kxpres on tbo Ohio A Mlsiiislppl for S Ijuisandall unts Wist. ( 35 ; i S 5 i i 1 gS538g 5B.2 , "S-- 5 a: ?HB355 MWM I HB ! c ? L Phflippj." Philippa bent her head as in assent I pasted through tin doors, and in a few minutes returned to the patio, nccoinpauied by my mother, who glanced from Philippa to mo in a surprised way. "What is tho mattorr she asked, with her cheerful smllo. "Havo you two young peoPhilippa iiade no answer. Sho stood with her llngurr interlaced; her oyes cast 011 the ground. asked "Mother," I said, "I linvo Philippa to bo my wife. I have told her thnt all my happiness depends upon her consent to thk 1 havo lovod her for years; nnd at last sho loves me. Yes, she lovos y from UtiUrllle in TJ,irr. Only torn. Lous, being ortwo hours JULOUlo natl Incln-I- liitcker than any other anl drit choice !'". glrlng our psisangnrs of seats in trains To BA,J yon I than by ny ,5Si T9-9TJ- 5S I - j 1 J i ' ; i HEBB 33 j5 Hi t... Aro you falling, try Wblls' neiL-ra pure, clean, wholesome 0 CTniin uuiuaui ....... . louuuiu rininlrm. Chicago. 1- .- w..-- -r "? ple bcon qurrelllngr for Drain, Nerres. Stomach. Urer.Kldnea, Luugs. AnlnKjualeJInrltforant. Cures Ifeadaclie. Tcvcr. Nlco to take, TONIC. Aue. Chills. O. & M. Always males J MAY VILI.i; IlItANS. . If. NOSTII-HOfN- Fast Time and Suro Con ueotions With all Lines at I a it Ually Dilly Ex. Bun. Kt 8un. hi, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. nnd Night ORPID., LIVER Wcakno3s, iweats, Nervous Hcxual Decline. InTnrln. LeanneM. $1.00 iwr lot, 6 for SS.OO.nt DnigKists. K. true merit, uneoualed for Lto Corlngton. .. " Lexington. " I'arls Arr Mlllersburg . 11 St. Lonis and Iutermtdiato ! Points. H lf m" " Carlisle " Johnson " Mayftllle Uouni-Dot-s- a Yxm, Jersey City, H. J.. U. H.A. No Ferries! Nofmnl!usTrniiB-1'er- 2 DO x m 4 SO n ml .1 20 a m .1 47 a 111 0 1)7 !l to a m 7 P0 'IP IN) a in 7 4 7 IS 15 8 10 1 00 S ji&i p ui p tn p in p m 11 p ta A u "NoTfli Lto MsysTllle., , . I Dallr Ki. Bun a 4J i tio. V.x. I)nllr I tffJ.''lrlaV.T - - ft? ff fouihwent. Connections made In Union Depot, tit. Louis, with trains of linos giliM West, Northwest and Willi) to the Buchu-Paib- a Madder, Inllammatlon, Irritation of Kidneys anil Madder, Btono or Gravel of thn PrKtAto (llnnd. Dronelcal Swelllnirs, Ketnnlo Diseases, Ineontln-- , euco of Urine, all Diseases of tho aenlto-- 1 Urinary Organs in eitheraer. For l'n-- , hpalthy or Unnatural Discharges uso nlo"L'linnln'sInlecllonFloiir.' each St. lieroiiitary taint, u?o uiapin'd i orstuu-tioBitter Brnip, 1.00 per tiottlo, and 's Chaplu'a ByiihUitlo 11Us. J.00 and HrpUllltlo BAlve, $1.00. 0 boUles firnip. 2 of lllls, 1 Kalro, by Express on u Cha-put- Itomarkalilo Cures of Catarrh of tho ror hll'llIIJS, either contravtiMl or I W rt. Vrr.Lg, Jersoy City. K. J.. U. B. " Mlllcrsburg 4lnm :M pm Arr I'arls p 11 11 Lexington CO pin For full and reliable Infjrmatlon In regard to " CiTlnton H,ji pi , In the Western States, Map. Guides Und, Ac and lowest special rates for Tickets end Household HoTK. Train No. 3 runs daily from Kioxil U Ciools to all polnti West call on or ad lrcss Winchester and Lexington to CoTloiiton. O. It. ALSOP, Train Ko.l runs rla Lexington aud Paris, an' Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi lulhray, Harrodsbtirg. Ky rot r!a Winchester and Paris Train No Is dally e xceiit Sunday between W. H. BHATT UC, W. W. PEAHODY, Is dally trout Clutlnnatl to Gen'l Pass. Agt, Knoxrllle, Tres't and Gen'l Uan'gr, C. W. PAUI8, Central Passenger Agent, Lexington and Tarlt: No. 5J, dally cxcipt Untlnnatl, Ohio. leare Tarls 8 20 a nr, arr Lexington 0 10 a ni No. 63, dally except Sunday, l(are LexIngloB I 30 p in; arrlro I'arls 5 1J p m, IsVcn tlie lesd In 0 Ut IheislM ot 1l.1t class ol V.,,I',.D';N'J1V3.,aDl1 4 run Tl Winchester femvlles, sad hn glrtn rorta la Holld rralnr, with Pullum Bleerlng Car betweea ilino.i 'I TO D1V8. ie tlun, untrcrill siiuU.. Cincinnati and Ulchiaond, Ya , and Wlnchc tei pGusrtatmt net and Washington, I. C. Mt'RPIIV flROS.. essisBlrlctars. Through tlck.ts and bsjgii cbecked l any rails. Tea Onttwon the fivor or destination reached by . rallroid. Vr4olbrltn Hit public and now rtutt B. F. D. MOUSE, W. II, WHlTTLEir.Y, UrisiCfctnlolCa. smofis; Ilia leaJing Meil Passenger Agent. sctaetoftlieollJom. Trar. Pass. Ageut. Clnlnnatl,l A. 1.. hMllll. ' C. W. QS0.TJ?.,on Ianlnion, Ky Ohio. Dadferd. TS. SMITH. U. W. rui.f.Kii, Soldby IrurzUu, Jfoewl Musjsu. Uta. IVm. M lILttlM, t Ilyouarogilcs West to any point, rail uudirlinod. on or IS Sue-day, & , " " JoUn.on Carlisle n tnl 1 6 SO a in, t 7 21 n tu 8 7 3 K 10 a 111 3 9 10 a to C 11 KOa in 5 bus pr 49 p n 41pm '20 K'