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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885011601 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. Stmt VOLUME XIIL Stni-1fitt(il!)llerioti(iutnai m r 111 'idefiof ImtfnaL 16, 1885. STANFORD, KY.. FKIDAY, JANUARY Tho Tooth Factory, NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 409 4 4 fubHhcil Tucttlave and Friday' 8'J.OO IISIt ANNUM to Watnpald strictly la advance. I( we have ut tar time. 83. no will be chard. w. The li i P. WALTON. It ft Coming. abiding people of Kentucky Are beginning to epsak as the litre never spoken bifne. Y m can hear them la the (tor.)', oa th treet, wherever men meet and congregtt. You cn read it In their newspaper, th tt at last thi y bfgln to rtallas their true mUrfon m reformer'. And it la time -- Old know it I Haul the people were waking Up. and the newtapr ThirlHnkunlrci aulfjrty three wnton inth' th: Slate of 1B78! Ktntudy .1 of 22.1 and dra alx:h per yeai! U It not time that the ieoile should rome Ibem- elver? We hare law to punish murder, save on; why la it not enforced? Ah! good friend that U the queitlon. Why Is It not enforc ed? "Within alx years over thirteen hundred being put to death by the cruel hand oaurder,'.th niichinery of law pat la requisition to punish the murderer, and only eight hansel four white men acd four negrow! 0, what avail la the law, If it letter U to be aupprtwed, to be trampled under foal, and lU machinery, the ingenui-t- y ot the eourta exhausted to discover technicalities to ihletd the aaurdereri and protect them from the vengeance of the outraged law! Where It the good of lawi Of what benefll are the courts people' The maintenance of theae to the coutU, the costs of the farcial .Mecution the pco therein, all of which are paid ! a terrible bur.' n f tx- pie, make up acu atlon. And.lbli burdea la incrt-f- u Iifdiy f JjiHiry, since An average "A negro riding n mule tried to ford the river one day," siid W. K. Cjttrill, the Too Two They were walking together bill poster, "but failod and waj drowned. under a very little umbrella, and she liked The mule, however, swam ashore and waa him weli enough not to want a large spread duly taken poaseulon ol by the proper auof alpaca. He was modest and eecmed to thorities. Liter the negro's body was rebe nervous, and she Saally remarked, covered, Oo seuchlog the remain! a revery softly, and wllh a note of ih'tct rogavolver waa found in one ol the pockets. tion: vVhat do you think the justice did?" 'Charlie?" "Held an inquest, of course," said our "Yea, Fannie," he representative. "I'll carry the umbrells, if you will let "o."aaidMr.UottriU. "he organized a me." olice court there and then and tried the 'Oj, no, I can carry it." dead negro for carrying concealed wea "Yej, Caarlle, but, you see, your arm pons?'' takes up so much room that one side nf me "What was the retult?" U out In the wet." "He fined the nigger SCO and took the "I know that, Fannie, but what will I do mule in paymeit, I believe he's got the Journal. tth. That he does not trust to others, but puts up his own hands all pre gstting tired of it all, "Thpiopla ara be in the way joat Pay the Pmnteii Pbomptlv. PatronB mule yet." TS'. Louis Critic. woefully'tlred of it ail. Thar ii going 10 with my arm; won't it scriptions entrusted io nis care. the mint?" who patronize the papers should pay lie such an outburst of popular Indignation This is an anti woman's rights fable from promt attention, for pecuniary projects of Charlie. On Clark "I don't know, 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals and Show Caso Artiand popular vengeance in thb Stale In the Setknows what to do with bis, when he Life. A bear once fell in love with a the preM have peculiar power in pushing cles usually kept in a first class Drug and sundry store. d in a has nev r Wan A near future ia walking undr an umbrella with ting Hen, and told her one day that ahe forward the public prosperity. If the any civilizrd commuuh) -- ince urn Lyncb-la- w might go to a picnic and he would hatch printer is paid promptly, and hil pocket Mary Mtrtin, beciuie Mtry told me so." 6th. That his prices are just as low as good, pure remedies can bo sold. 7 D,lf epoiode In MUsla ii- " out her eggs for her. She contented, and book is kept plethoric by prompt paying Merchant Traveler. Poor Charlie. nd the vuiUnte xperlen century go Tth. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite tho Myers House,. the gallant Hear took his position on the picture of passing The public mind Whrn a Toonff man finds that he has ne-- t in the rrgular manner, but soon got patrons, he pilots his in California In 1850-5- 1. Stanford, Ky. events of more pleasing colors, and the ia rlpcniog for the outbreak and when it given expression to a pun he should take u?, looking as if he had been reclining in a perual of his paper is jf more pleasure to be hanging enough. a piece of attfellda abut as big as a hick "bowl doea come there will of egg nog as a suatitute for ao arm this piece ol proverbial Much u we deplore mob rule, our judg-m- nrenut andchew it. He will not ftel like chair. 'The next Hen I fall in love with the people. Pate philosophy in some place where all perprefer-abl- e making another pun as long m the taste of must do her own hatching," he remarked Utla u that It would t f sons can perceive it. Bs pleased, also, to He U th present eUU of affair. On ad- the drug remaios in his mouth. to himself in great disgust, ai he took his ponder on it thyself patiently, persevering-ly- , vantage lha taob powesses over the courts should ctrry eome of the drug ic his vest melancholy departure. "I hatched out profitably, and persistently 'practice ita thallt"prw,Dt administer the law ia Ita pocktl when be g( re out In compiny and the egg at the very first clatter, but there GaLexington precepts perpetually. immunity from thblandlahmen'a of keep a piece in his mouth constantly. It are no chickens In them." Moral; This From Ui TwSlct there U no ap- may be offenilve (o the coin pint, but it fable teaches that some duties pertaining zette. David E. Swan, foimtrly of St. Paul, peal. It executions follow awift upon ita will not U half ao offensive as hia old back to domestic economy are too subtle and The murderer it condemna number teeth worn puna, and he will be- mysterious to ba brilliantly discharged by has learned that the way of the transgresjudgmenU. sor is hard. He embezzled SoO.OOO and will find no friend, no eatior, in the court come a favorite. If tVis course will not the Lirds of Creation. ho corrupted with cure him be had better go drown himself.-- ran awav from home and family. Search of appeal. It can not Recent soundings orer f)ebed of the proved vin and he was almost forgotten. Ita eves are not blinded ny me tSt. Louis Globe. money. Atlantic oen prove the existence of a He went to Michigan, eecured proutaule glamour of family prwllge. It U ImparThe room In the, tower of London In sunken ridge often less than 1,000 fathoms employment, was superintendent of a Sunand the rain that tial ki the iud that ahlnea which Sir Walter ftalelgh waa so long from the aurface, while on either side the day school, a pillar in the.Biptist church, fall. It almplf dcea the work the, law la 8x14 Viel In size, and ao low water has a depth of 3.G00 fathoms. The rgentof a Masonic insurance compiny, and ahoald perform. And it doea not Increase ImpaMlble for Raleigh to atand draw that It waa elevation of the ocean's bed to a height to crown his seeming good fortune, was the'uurdenof taxation. Ita judges in It. The walls of the room are sufficient to make it dry land would thereelected prosecuting attorney for his county. juries receive no feta, ita erect no aalartei, ita eighteen feet in thicknew, and there is on- fore bring up a range of mountains, vary- Then the law found him out and lie waa no money. The law would process cot ly one window an opening 10x20 inches ing from 9,000 to 15,000 feet in height. arrested and will go to prison for a long be preferable to the mob If It could be de. thing that can be Bjt it can n:i be no de from which the onlr .n.i.,1 mnn The higher polnta of the sunken ridge now term of years. Is the blank vail of an adjoining b place! in It. It reads Mea form the Azore islands. pendence can The Lincoln monument at Springfield building. Here IUleigh lived for fourteen well In the booVa, it eounde admirably in In Barbados?, one ,8unday, the captain III., was built by a dihonest contractor, being once out of the room year, never judges' Instructions, but there praise of it until tha dar on which he was taken to of a vessel from New York saw a very who used blocks of pinp, instead of blocks, promlae deatltute of permust end. It ii Important colored lady, gloved.Jahoed and of granite, wherever he thought the difGreat Tower Hill to he beheaded formance the ghost of a ahadow. parasoled, walking to church with a bare ference would not te noticed until he A National IUnkruptcy law (such as the And what U mob law but the ruling fooled colored servant carrying her bag and had his money in hand. It haa now, at a power of the people matcrilUed la virtu-o- last one waa) offers the weak business msn . He was much astonished at cost ol $50,000, bsen rebuilt and is report-e- d His men are prajtr-bookwe contend and proclaim a premium for surrendering. action-a- nd in good condition. The remains of Mr. the lady of color being able to keep up so that the action of the people ol a communi- discharged; hit asie'a are consumed by much state, but was told that the couple Unrnln had to be romovel five timea ty that rummarlly rids the world of a mur- tax eaters. Fear of a repetition of auch a were sister, and if he would wait until while the repairs wero going on. scandal haa probibly brought about the derer ia a virtuous action. It Ii the nextSuniay bo would aee thti situation reSenator Mahone has been a speculator actios In defenae of iU own Urea recent refusal of Congrem to act in this versed. of puniahment matter. The panic of 1373-7- 8 was proall his life. His father, whoa kept country and peace. The certainty Bucklen's Arnica Salve. giiea Talue to pen-a- l longed by the workings of the law then In tavern in Virginia, taught William the U the only thing that The beat SaWe In the world for Cuta, Bruises, game of poker. It is one of the traditions It of thai certainty and it la force. Business men should be induclaw. Rib Porea. Ulcre. Salt Uneum, Ferer 6orea, Tetter, of Mahone's history that he beat his father t. Chicago valueleM, A Judg Lmch garo peaco ed to succed -- not to fail. Charred Hande, Chilblains, Corni, and all Skin at a game of cards one day and won the MiwlMippi nud California in and quiet to Eruptions and poaltWely curea Tiles, or no pay re- Kentavern. The old gentleman, it is aatu, nan the old day, ao will he give quiet to The latest surgical luxury is an instru- qulrrd. 1. Is guaranteed to give cents per box. to go elsewhere to live. Mahone made his Pries 2i tucky cow. We can not exprem a rever- ment by which incisions may be made A fenny. fortune as a railroad wrecker and is largeence for our law ai at pretent administer- without giving pain. It consists of a knife torisltt y in Southern railly interested feel no auch horror. The ed, because we A Remarkable Escape. Is regulated by a watch attachment, Baylor which roads. rather we would welcome it aa the Mrs. Mary A. Dalley. of TunVhannock, Ta ao that it advances at the rato ol only one One of the largest and moat experienced of the State, the champion of the people's Inch In six houre. A slight seneation of was sffllctedforalx years with Asthma and Bron. time the beat pbyalclana righU to lire their lives to a natural endj a uneasiness is produced, which doea not, cbllla, during which Her ills waa despalied of, breeders and raisers of horses in Illinois glre no rellel. terrible enough savior, It is true, but one however, prevent the patient from going to could In last October aba procured a Bottle of Dr. says that if you will give one or two mouth- until water that will do its work well; with neatnew sleep. King's New DlscoTory, when Immediate relief-- . fuls of hay to the horse before jou felt, and br continuing ita use for a short him, there will never be any dinger of the anddipatch. Therefore we aay, if the law A white ash tree with tall, etralght bedy, time sbo was completely cureJ, gaining In flesh U to be further dUtorted to shield rather horse being water foundered. TbU is, as frte from limbs, makes very valuable tim- 50 lbs. in a few ruonthe. Free Trial Bottlea of punish murderers, then give us as hia experience is concerned, and is than is an excellent flooring for kitch- this certain euro of allTurost and Lung Diseases. far quickly, and plenty ol It. We. ber. It Lynch-law- , worth being remembered by all horsemen. Drug Storo. Large Bottle f I. Penny's ens and waahrooma which are not ctrpetedi Tate A for one, shall not contribute any maudlin as it does not abiorb water as the softer To Cube Warts. Rub them a number 7Ase are Solid Facts. aentimenlality to oppose it advent. woods do. The lower cut of the logs The beat blood purlBer and ayatem regulator of timea daily with chalk. Brtckenridge Newa. ot Buffering humanishould be sawn up Into whlftletrees, wagon oyer placed within the reach Positin Cure for Piles. the suddtn poles and other woodwork where lightness ty, truly la F.leclrlc Bitters. Inactlrlty of the It is difficult to appreciate Constipatloa, Weak e would aay ttiat To the people of thlacountr eenslbllltiea amorg with strength is desirable. -- N. Y. World. Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, the urinary organs, development of delicate Kidneys, or any dlacase ol we hare been gtrea the agency ol Dr. Marchlal's appetizer, tonic or mild guaranteed the elder membeta of the Grant family. country is or whoever niulrca an flad r.lectrlc Blttera the Itallaa Pile The chief stimulant, will always tuoaay refunded Internal, Exttrcal, No one haa ever heard of their refusing cofleo trade Is beet and only certain cure known. Thoy act aurely to cure or the United States, and the BUnl, Bleeding or Itching PlleJ. rilce.W cents gifts before, whether they came In cash or of our foreign and quickly, every bottle guaranteed to giro a box. No cure, no pay. Penny 4 McAlUter, questionable ehape. They one of the leading items some other satisfaction or monay refunded, bold a) Drugglata. commerce, the value of our imports during by Tate A Penny. a positively desllned however, to accept the 940,128. filly ccnta bottle pist having been $19 Daughters, Wires and Mothers. which Vanderbllt our them. the Tear $150,000 19,000.000 We emphatically guarantee Dr. StarcUIal'a Two Dangerous Seasons many of the victims of T, his was an Increase of nearly In the meantime a female remedy, to cure Female DiseasaSlv-erinSpring and Fall are tlwea when ao manj rop!e paunda in the amount consumed as comIndammatlon and the the Grant & Ward fraud are TLe chaugea in the weather are serere es, auch aa Ovarian trouble, cttelck. pared with the previous year. or bearing and starving in New York.-P- ot. and oven those who are atrong Ulceration, Falling and dliplicamiftt on feeble rsrtona, down feeling, Irregelartttles, Barrenness, Change feeling miaerau.e.-ThaTHY XT YOUUHaUbf. are apt, aa lley aay, "to le beatdea many weaknessej JUST AS GOOD. they are Just In condition to beatruck down of Life, Leucorrhcea, Tho proof of the puJJIngU not ,n chewing the may till jou they luvo aprtngtog from the above, like Headache, BloatM .my ua.cmpubm Jcalen baring an opportunity to try tb ar- with aome kind of fever. A bottle or two of Park trlng, tut In nJ Lin Weakneas, Stwplesaneaa, Nervous deSUgg.tlio Pritg.lte, er'sTontcwill Invigorate the digestion, put the ing, a final .nmdl fgr Coujlia aoJ ColJ iul Iti merit Dr. ticle youreelf. 'Mctoobelts Ac. For aale by relUbl the Ceughani liver, kidneys and blood In perfect order and pre- bility, Palpitation of tha Heart, mry rMrct Ju.t feool hare a fre trial bottle of Dr. Doianko's UTUggUta.' Prices II and It 60 per Wttls. Bend ConjU aoJ tuns flyrup, nnlf you IoUt serious attacks. Why suffer and for each ami CTCry oni who la iffllctisl vent more llnlto Tor pamphlet, free. no other, you oro Luajfiyrup die when so simple a medicine will save you? to' Dr. Marchlal, Ultra, N. Y., u..bii thU reaieJy anJ will take with Coughi, CoM. Atthme, Coniumptlon or any decclvod. Prlcei, C3 cots anJ For sate ty Penny A McAUater, Drutits. Good for both sexes and all age. IUIU to t greatl Affection. tang fitagg. Jl.W. Boll by "MeBoits prcrp. The domain of the dentist is about to be disputed. A great discovery has been maJe which will revolutionize the whole bunirnw, and emancipate the sufferers. A factory has been established, with plenty of capital to back it, for the purpose bf making sets of artificial teeth by machinery. All that any one who is troubled with teeth will have to do will be to get them all pulled out. Then he can pur cbaieahrand new machine-madeet and be exempt from toothache all the rest of hia life. There i; of coure, nothing new in the making and use of artiGcial teeth, but It will ho cully eeen tint the man ufacture by machinery presents treat advantage. When the making of watches by machinery wis started there were many protests that the new way would nover be as good as the old. Hut the exactneat soon attained, and tho convenience of having the parts interchaniteble, brought about a revolution, and tho factor r watches now rank above the hand-nude- . The same advantages will be had in the factory teeth. If one ret geU nroken, or come out, an exactly similar one cau be ordered from the factory at yttj small cost. If the plate gets cracked it cm be replaced in the same All that will he necetwary will be way to give the number of the plate, and a new one, precisely lietheold, will be sent by New York Mail and Ex- return mail. e How a Mother Cuts the Boy's Hair. You can nlways tell a boy who's mother cuts his hair by the way he sto-- s in the street and wriggles his shoulders. When a fond mother has to cut her boy's hair she draws the front hair orer hia eyes and leaves it there while ahe cuts that which is at the back. The hair which lies over his eyes appears to be surcharged with electric needles, and that which is sllentlydrop-pindown under his collar bind appears to be on fire. .She has uncouiciously pmh-ehis bead forward until his note presses his breut. Io (he meantime be ia seized with an irresistible desire to blow his noie, but he recollect that hi' handkerchief is in the other rom. Thenily lights onTu noi-e- , and does it so unexpectedly that he Involuntarily dodges and catches the point of the shears in his left eur. At this he commences to cry ana wtsn be wat a min. But his mother doesn't notice him. When she is through she holds his jacket collar back from his neck and with her mouth blows the short bits of hair from the top of his head down his back. He calls her attention to tho fact, but eh) looks for a new place in his heid and hits him there, and asks him why he didn't uie his Then he goes out and wriggles to get the hairs out of hit ne:k, and wonders what the other boys will say to him. Philadelphia Preas. g d hand-kerchi- 3adly Beaten. man called socially on a young lady. Pretty soon an other visitor put io an appearance. Number one resolved to "sit him out," or fight it out on that line till the gray dawn. So he turned his attention to the young lady and marshaled all hli entertaining forces, and conversational powers to the task of monopolizing her attention, and of overslaughing and keeping number two quiet KyM and unoccupied. Hour after hour passed by, and no indication of number two's sucWall Paper, Wines. Mimical cumbing to hia dreary fate. While num- Drngfi, JLlquor Chemical. 1SOOKS, IuNfruoraoHto, ber one continued to lead the young lady Nttitlonery, i lKura, Pocket offered no inin convert it ion number two OllH, Nohph, Tolmccos, Cntlcrr. terruption, and after a time fell asleep in liiinipH, Perfumery, Bfuchln Fire IaCetJIIeSaw his chair. Then number one thought sureOur Jewelry, Silverware and Optical (joods Department is in Charge ef Ct!. ly when he waked up he would ftel his deThos. lllchards, who will Hepalr Watches aud Clocks promptly and In the best After so stylc. feat and pull out from there long a time coaversitioa began to flag. Then it was that number two waked up, and fresh a a summer morning-glory- , manifested a disposition to take a hand in the entertainment, late as it waa. Thereupon number one gave up the contest and politely bowed himself out. Imagine his chagrin his immeasurable disgust when shortly afterwards it tran'pired that the young lady and number two had eome time previously been privately married. Union Local. A short time eince a young M'ROBERTo&STAGG Stanford, Opera House Block, Paint, Arm, eaya: "Kentucky the subject of bankruptcy obideis upon tained a triumph in Congress on Monday and the Bankruptcy Bill was killed." This should bs accepted ai a graceful compliment by all good Kentuckians, aa it implies; (.1) TaU wa hive djvslopsd a highly ere li table to our caliber and physic il prowijs; and mental (2) that we have exerc'nei ourgreatnes in 1st. That Dr. Bourne ia a graduate of one of tho beat New York Medical dispatching a legislative measure as aj it was pretentious. We are evi- Colleges. dently risinj in the world in the opinion of 2d. That he is an old Druggist, having learned the bueiness in Lexington, our learnea ant aigutueu conicuipuraii. able to veto a piece of and had an experience cf over eight years at the prescription case. Kentucky has been legislation which the country at large has 3d. That his Medicines are all frosb, juat from the laboratories of "rTeur been pining for with a pine of extreme in. York and Philadelphia. -J- "C wrier tensity and distrewing duration. A B)itoo exchange I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley Seven Things To Remembeb dan-gero- m et tech-nlcillt- y. -- OUR- LADIES', MISSES CHILDREN'S u FINE KID AND GOAT com-unit- y Cur-ren- SHOES resi rl HE BD! g re TkVTAJAIR STANFORD, KIT. tf GEO. H. BRUCE &C0 ti per-na- " .'a,. 3 ' ifari-ffiBwhliilnkriorlon- - Tas Stafford, Ky January 16, 1885 W. P. WALTON. .The whipping post may ba a "relic of . barbarism," but its reeatablijhraent would I3CTD'STC3iJ-V-IJl.IL-E3JELTSTput an end to petty tillering, do auch to Would kindly nalc your attention to tho fact that they have jnst returned la eTcry commurltjr there are more or leea. meat too poor to live honestly without work from tho cities with a large, fresh and woll selected stock of ssd-toIsx to engage in It. They would Farrand. zatfccr be well fed and kepi in jail, than to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tompkins have 0 hungry and breathe the free air of hea-ireturned from a visit to Charleston, W. (imo the taxpayers In course of Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guarVa. Mrs. J. S. Kalfus was in town Tues will grow tired of paying to help support day and Wednesday on her way home from antee. Onr aim shall bo at all times to supply every want in our lino. tin aaifcrable loafer, and then there will Pulaski county where she has been visitcase a demand for a better and more Hard-war- e ing relatives. Mr. Jake Beahr, a popular method of punishing the petty 55,000,000. TheCjurt of Appeals has overruled commercial missionary from Cincinnati, Georgetown Tlmea. Consists of tho standard brands of Europe and Amorica. IkieL Our largo lino Mrs. Lucinda a petition for a rehearing of the case of was in town Thursday. of cooking stovca includes tho justly colobratol "Great Weitora Keservo" nnd man who does the Kentucky Wm. Neal, under sentence of death for the Gaar, of Louisville, is here on a visit to The touor many other famity favorites. Tbpiea on the LoulsTllle Commercial murder of Emma Carico, in Ashland, in her sister, Mrs. Berj Boiling. Mrs. Sarah of thanks for his continued December, 1881. OUK CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENS, VAUE STOCK consists in part Friable, whose home ia near Hartford, efiecta to call attention to the raried re of Tablo, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glassware Belva Ann Lockwood haa petitioned Conn., is here visiting her mother, Mrs. richly cut and etched. wiimi of Kentucky. No enterprise look the Scaate askinj that votes cast for her in Isabella Batterton. In tho way ot Breadstuffs wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. toward their derelopment certain States be counted, and that the elec is3a the least GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Our celobralcd "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cake and pastry, whilo his eagle eye not tails of a word of toral vote of Iodiana be given her. Belva Kico and Hominy, our own patiotic product, are arrayed as faithful adjuncts. Lancaster. irtgement. If all the newspapers ol seems to be a fool. al in the All the delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro here. began last Monday, much Quarterly Court &e Stats would show as Gov. Wm. Hale, of Wyoming Terri goed caiiae, Kentucky would soon be the tory, died Tuesday evening, after a linger- No business of importance was transactTin, Stono, Wooden and Willowware, Electric lamps, Stationery, Cannod quirie. matef hundreds of paying enterprises. Meats and Fruits, nnd a completo lino of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is ing illneM from kidney complication. He ed. MisaMollie Middleton and Mr. WilGrant's Sham Modttty. oniy a hint of what wo have. tlVo more fellows haTe inraded an ed was appointed Governor by President Ar- liam Shearer were married on the morning To the Editor or the Interior Journal threshing thur August 3,1882. StarVi office for the purpote of Believing that wo can make it to your intercut, we confidently ask an ex- by Eld. Jesse Walden. of the 13lh, The possessor of only ordinary intellect A iury in the inquest on the bodies of &aaa-wit- h the same old result they didn't Mrs. Mattie Adams, wife of T. K. never rightly realizes how feeble and In aminnuun oi our goous nnp your patronage, the Bt. John's Home file of feithet got very much the worst of the the victims found Adams, died at her home near Bryantaville sufficient are his power of perception and Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. that the fire stated from Two New Orleans politician, who (Brooklyn), itfc. on last Tuesday. Her remains were taken reason until he measures them by those of outraged by the editor the accidental burning of some towels in to Danville for intejment. thnnbl themselves superior beings. A striking illustration of of the laundry. of the Mascot, went to his office and opened the drying-rooLancaster now has three first-cla- ss this fact may be had by comparing the E. M. Haine-- , temporary Speaker of was returned both by the editor fire. hardware stores. The proprietors should views of average mortals with those of the asd one of bis employes and both men the Illinois House of liepresentatirer, bas remembir that judicious patronage of the editor of the Courier Journal, suggested by were mortally wounded. The editor was de:lded he holds a constitutional offic?, advertising columns of newspapers is the tbe recent correspondence between Grant which can only be vacated by his voluneijgkli shot in the arm. way to make themselves known. and Vanderbilt. From this editor's lofty tary resignation or impeachment. DEALER IK A week of prayer was observed at the point of observation tbe conduct of Grant ficHDi'LOR Colfax, Vice President rith The director of the mint, Washington, Grant from 1863 to 1872, dropped dead in reports that during the past year the gold various churcbea last week, and much in- - in accepting immensely valuable gifts XTftrdware, llorwo Nhoca, Groceries, Huddle, Union prayer-meein- whilst he was in tbexenlth of hie military ike depot at Mankato, Minn., Tuesday, it newly coined was $23,726,852, and eilvei terest was manifested. Xallsj, Qucciiamiirc, lltigRJ-- Will pat, are being beld this week. Eld. and political glory and power and in the xscappoeed of heart diseate. He was born $7,250,150. Six millions of trade dollars UKjry IVhcelH, Ntovcts Cane M lllm IlHraeat, J. W. Lowber, of Louisville, is expected highest state of pecuniary prosperity, was "VosSfaw York in 1823, was an editor for a have been withdrawn from circulation. GrafCH, Cider Mlllit, I,ap Cover, to fill the pulpit at the Christian church yery different from what it would have umber of year; an intimate friend and Klmtt, Stoneware, An injunction was granted the Bell Cera Nkcllcrw, Cellars, been had he accepted Vanderbilt' generairiaerof Lincoln during his admidistra Telephone Company against the Orerland next Sunday. We are longing for a good show to ous offer made to assist him aa "a helpless Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel tkaaaed from 1863 to 1867 was Speaker of Company in New Jersey and Philadelphia. and Irinley Combined Plows, Wooden aad strike the town. All the troupes have old man overwhelmed by ml'fortune" and the National House. Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tia Rod'-inla- nd Bell stock on the strength of this went up given ua the go by this season. We have the recognition of this difference is greatGuttering will have prompt attentioa. iGev. Cleveland will bo inaugurated on t 2;5, or 15 points higher that it opened. a good City Hall and a good entertainment ly to the General's honor. Though it is Geo. H. McFadden, the accomplice of Jafaxeh 4, which this year falls on "Wednea-y.wiis alwaya well patroMzid and vrhy some of darkly and dubiously insinuated that the did in the year when Jefferson, Prentice Tiller, who robbed the Pacific Ex- them don't come is a question even the great General did not display first-clTmkirin anil Tlnrhnnnn were inaugurated press Company of St. Louis of over $100,-00- "oldest inhabitant" can't answer. wisdom in suffering his admiring benefac pleaded guilty to grand larceny and IhvKJB&kinz Wednesday a good democratic Mr. E. W. Harris having sold his tors to bring him under great personal obday without robbing the republicans of the was sentenced to three years in the penihouse to C. C. Stormes is closing out ligations to themselves by taking all they tentiary. cxdit attached to "Blnck Friday." his stock of saddles, harness, As, and will had to give, still whatever Impropriety eaya the exact The Lexington probably g into the poultry business. He there was in this was offset, we are told, by Sccretary Fjielikohcvsek has order- amount of Scrugham's Jrea stealage is $65,096.-6also contemplates starting a hfundry in the the fact that his acceptance of the gills portrait of ex Secretary Blaine ed life-fir- e His peculation covers a period of about Jor She State Department. The work will twenty months, or from the time of his pro near future. Ai either of these two enter- "conferred distinction upon the giver." sett alut $503, and ought to come out of motion to the position of Teller aod Assist prises would pay handsomely we hope he This mode of squaring accounts between DliLEta IS- will start both. laa packet instead of the people's. The ant Cashier. the donors and tbe donee seems plain Miss Bemie Stodgill, of Danville, is enough, but exactly how conferring dis- Drugs, Books, Stationery and 'gifted liar does not need to be perpetuated A Washington Special says Mr. BayFancy Articles. visiting Mrs. W. D. Hopper. Miss Mollie tinction upon the donors, in the manner aaeil to make people remember him. ard is entirely willing to remain in the Burdett is visiting relative in Boyle coun- mentioned, could cure the corrupting efrhjrilcl ant' rriKrlptlont accuraulr cocorouDJul. Taz Senate passed the bill to place Gen. senate if Cleveland will put Pendleton at ty. J. Roe Young. Eq., of Louisville, was A In Gnat cm the retired list of the army with the head of the State Department. Bayard visiting friends at this place this week. He fects of gifts, the editor dei mi it nunr.ee jaak of Lieutenant General by a vote that holds that Pendleton's influence would be has again connected himself with Lever- sary to explain, that being "not a part of aBiBwJB553ilFmJBafyBi. E. lacked only nine of b:ing unanimous. exerted in favor of reform, and that the ing A Co , Baltimore. W. S. Ferguson haa the subject." He also forgets to inform us how he learned that Vanderbllt'a proposed Bait is likely that the old fraud will get Ohio Senator could accomplish all that he returned from Covington. Miss Marion The Largest Stock of Watches, docks, kindness to Grant wa not as much in con$17,500 yearly of the people's money here- (Bayard) could and perhaps more. Jewelry and Silvorwars Wolford has returned from a protracted sideration of the tatter's distinguished pub After a long and bitter discussion the after to splurge nnd rplutter on. visit to Lexington and other points. Mrs. lie service as were tbe presents of his other Efrr (ought to tblauarkrt 1'iltw Lower than resolution oflered by Mr. Hurley calling lb Lowrtt. Wattbea, Clota, ntxl Jtvtlrr Ite- The Paris JWiw says of the Kedmon on the President for a copy of the histor R. II. Young is expected from Louisville admirers made years ago. palrtd oo aboit do lire and Warrant!. this week. Hon. M.J. Durham, of Danpardon: 'The great masses of the people Now, to common, worldly minded men statement concerning the public policy ical Dave W. it would seem that there is more improprieville, wm in town Tuesday. here heartily sanctioned the decision of the of the Executive department of the ConC. II RIGHT. Jones, of Richmond, Ky, has accepted a ty in accepting valuable gifts by one who and were shocked as if by an earth-(paaa- n court, v. federate States filed at the War Department position with Mr. W. O. Rigney. Mr. is above the reach of want than by one "in at the action of the Governor. In- by Gen. Sherman, was passed 62 to 10. Jno. I. Gill is smiling over the advent of the days of his poverty and helplessness." deed, they felt that justice had been greatSenators Vance and Lamar, Sherman and twins, a boy and a girl at his house. Col. It looks on the surface, just a little greedy ly outraged." Ingalls, each grew very hot in the col W. O. Bradley and Judge M. H. Orreley for a man to take and continue to take JUnscM has offered Grant 5100,000 and lar. Mrs Laura Shrewsbury, of West Vir are attending Circuit Court at Mt. Ver everything in sight, at a time when ho is permit him a part of the profW if be will non. and the oldest survivnot in need at all, but burlhened with richto exhibit his relic", giving bond for half a ginia, a grand-niecer, whereas it has the appearance of sham million for their safe return. Now is ing relative ol U'n. Geo. Washington, is GARRARD COUNtT. PAINT LICk, dead, aged 75 She was a daughter of Grant's chance to eel his money back. modesty for him to refuse help when he Is IN- A coal black fox has been seen several Harriet Washington, who was a daughter professedly in sore need of it. It seems Wdki'Hv's Teaaparance campaign is a of Samuel Washington. Her father was times, in this vicinity. too, to plain people, that big thing for the notion business. During Andrew Parks, of Baltimore. Among the The home and contents of Mr. John houses, euch as were donated to the iiis stay at Pittsburg he obtained 15,000 relics of Gen. Washington possessed by Terry on Silver Creek were consumed by hero of Apporaatox and the Champion tignrrti to his pledge, upon wh m he tied Mrs. Shrewsbury was a gold snuff-bofire last Satuiday night. No insurance. Smoker of all the Americans, were some 1,500 yard a of bine ribbon. It ia reported that a colored lady in thing more than mere "tributes to tripresented htm by the City of Nsw York. this vicinity gave birtli to twin boys, a few The Board of Trade at Louisville has or at least were rather costly signs DANVILLE. BOYLE COVN1Y. nights ago, one waa white and the other umph," John . Green president. Does of reaped. And, wicked as it may be to The Police Court now holds her ses- jet black. this mean that the body endorses his views think so, tbe thought can not be suppressed DArmstead Adams, Jr., and Mason sions in the room over Holmes' grocery on the "Malady of State right!?" that the money value of the property was Pullins went courting Wednesday night and store. She removed out of the Court not entirely lost sight of by tho hero and NOTEt OF CURRENT EVENTS. came back with oily one saddle skirt Hou'e Tuesday. smoker aforesaid. The County Clerk on Monday issued apiece. Some scamp thought while the Gen. John S. Marinaduke is now GovBut for the vlewt of the knowing editor, were having such a nice time he n boys license for the marriage of Mr. F. T. Missouri. ernor of which, cf course, must be accepted as inand Miss Mattie McDowell. The mar would appropriate their skirts for ehoe fallibly correct, it might he imagined that A bill ban been presented in Congress riage took place TuesJay at the residence soles. to fund the national debt at 2 per cent. The adjusting agents are not giving certain complications with the afTiirtt of of the bride' mother in this county. Gen. Butler haa sued a iioston paper Grant, Ward A Co., possibly had some inMr. George Saodifer and Misa FJeecie satisfaction in adj istiog the losses caused fluence in causing the refusal of Vender-hil- t' for $25,000 bjcause it ridiculed his war by tho firo here. Ward & Lutes were inPope, Mr. C. T. Vanderipe and Mies Mary record. History tclN that the generosity. & 0 A cyclone in the vicinity of Selma and A.Pope obtained licence to marry Tuesday. sured in the HartforJ Liverpool for firm of Grant, Ward A Co , of which the and had to settle on a compromise of Montgomery, Ala., and Macon, Ga, de- The ladies named are sisters, and daughters $1,775, no damage being allowed on the great General was a full member, in its of property. of Mr Henry Pope of the west end of the stroyed an immense amount goods that were taken from tho fire. Mr. downfall left a goodly number of ito conA strike-- in the Oliver Chilled Plow county. fiding creditor: in a dilapidated financial George Lawrence eold to Louis Cohn Lutes says he will never have anything "Works at South Bend resulted in a riot in condition. According to law ai well as which many were wounded and b!x killed. his store room nnd itock of boots and more to do with an insurance company. moral ri;ht these creditors have a good and AT AM, TIMES A FUM, MXK OK The oldest bell foundry in the United shoes for $3,000. Mr. Lawrence has rent- Mr. Argo'd house was insured in the Trad- valid claim against Gen, Grant for the States, located at Collinsvilir, III., burned. ed the upper slcry of the building and ers for $100 and they only want to pay him debts due by the firm to them, for which Fifteen thousand bells were destroyed. will there continue the manufacture of $325. He says he will stick to them be- his property is liable. Tho mortgage lnat'o fore he will compromise. He also says fashionable boots and shoes. JLoas,$G0,000. by him to Vanderbilt was made after tho Charlea Rice, an old negro of about when he build) again that he will build I Six hundred merchants cf New York, firm' j rnllariK and for that rcaann it wnnlrt , Wednesday adjudged to a fire proof house and the insurance com- - .. . 0 60 years, was en representing cjpital to the amount of li aitacncJ, tie neiu in oe vom aa an atsigned a proteit against the be of unsound miod and ordered to the panies may go where the woodbine twin-ethave and upon that C. B. Englemau was insured in the tempt to prefer creditors; Asylum at Lexington. Uccle Chsrley is Spanish treaty. the properly mortgaged Phocoix, but his ngent has not made hU determination The ibod in tie Tiher is so great that crazy about women, nut it every tellow would ba ordered sold and the proceeds water entered the Pantheon and floated who is a little wrong on that subject is to appearance yet, so we on't tell how he distributed pro rata among all the credit-ore- . timbers with which it was intended to build hi confined, an Asylum will havo to be will come out. The above companies have So, if Vanderbilt'u offered gift had made bid reputations here and will never built in erery county in the State, a requiem altar. been accepted by the Grant it most probAmong the youny ladies who attend get any more business in this vicinity. The Superior Court has decided that a ably would have proven a "barren Idealiauthority to receive payment ed Caldwell Colhje In the year's 1S0S and We have heard several say that all euch ty," Sheriff has no and in that event there would have of ajudgment in favor of the Common- 1869 was Miss Althea Hill. Her people insurance companies may go to the devil; been "bitterness and humiliation" sure lived near St. Louis somewhere In Illinois' that they had rather invest their money in wealth fjr h fineexc?pt on procese. enough tho humiliation of a conviction Sun proposes a gicat She was a great favcrite with her associates lottery tickets. The New York of attempted fraudl and was noted for her beauty and graceful popular eubicriptlon in Gen. Grant's CUItU FOH PILKS. The pathetic story, which the editor tells the the amount t3 be given by any manner. After leaving echool sbe on one Piles ore frequently prccedej by a ttutc cf w llit so touchingly, may be designed to amuse cccasioa visited Dinrille in company with Intlie tack, lotus and lower part of the aMomon, ne individual to be limitel to $10. the House of Representatives while conto iuppo Lo liaa tome Governor lloadly has ordered threo htr bro.her, Mr. Morgan Hill, The schojl earning tl;o patient neighboring orgam. nftYctlun sidering the expediency and patriotism of At time, ol tlio kidneys or companies of militia to be in readiness to girl of that period, your coi respondent iiruptomi of Indigestion are present, as ftatulenej, placing the innocent, dear, delightful, old a to day, ia the same person who fig- uueailnets of tlio itonmcli, cte. A moltture, Ilka learns aove to the Hcc'dcg Valley. The bull dozer on the retired list at a fat sala-t- y Itching, it reported to be full of pending din- - ured recently as plaintiff lu the celebrated ptrsplratinn, producing n ery All the above goods have been bought who knowe? J. B after grltln urnrm, li a very common attendant, nill-Shar- on divorce case in California. CT. very Low and llllnd, Dldlns nnd Itching I'lleijHlJ at once to the Maud I). Williams, aged te7ent!(n, was .nr.o.u. imoni, oi .MtiiersDurg, is Application of Or. Boftmko'i Tlio Jicaiedy, hlch nets Tines billion wooden toothpicka aro will be sold the smallest possible marign. We rediTorcedfrom Cfcnrles W. Williams, aged awbting Mr. A. Tibble in the hotel office i)lrMtlv mutt, ttiA iklrta BfTwfitl. Bl.iArl.tn9 llin made annually In this countiy. ConiiJor- ' I twenty, at Grceftfieldi Iod. The charged fat Jqnctjoh City-- . Mr. BjG. Evans is ab- Tmunrt, nlljjlng thclnleute itching nnd affecting a log the vait number of person who woir spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. Prices cure. 1'rlce CO centi. Addrwi the Dr. were bad treatnuu'. and threats of bodily sent in Tennessee near Boyds station, on a jrincut and do not Deed toothpicks, nvsanko Meilltlne Co., rjijua, Ohio. 6M ty McJtoU- - etorc testh and goods guaranteed. Miss Ma'.tie McAlis- - j trts Jt tag. hunting eicars'.cn harm. these figurrsare highly tncsuruglng. BRIGHT & 0URRAN. -- The Blver and Harbor Bill has been completed by the House committee. The t )tal amounts to $10,500,000. Gov. Knott has very Improperly sup plementcl the respite he granted Cipt. A. J. May a year ago by a pardon in full. Whisky lias taken a little boom with everything else. Yesterday Ford & Bow-e- n aold by wiro to St. Louis parties, 035 Bourbarrels of '82 crop at $2 per gallon. bon News. The Union county court lets out the county levy to the lowest bidder, that of 1885 beins taken at 3! per cent. Sheriffs are allowed 4 per cant, for performing like services. The widow of Mark Hopkins intends building at Great Birrington the most ex pensive residence in the United States The cost of the bouse and grounds will be Attend Mrs Trueheait'a school for young ladies. Messrs. J. S. Chtistman, of this place, and Mr. Geo. Robards, of left Friday for Knoxvllle, Tenn., to be absent about two weeks. Mr. G. W. Broaddus, of Mt. Sterling, has becu elected as chamberlain speaker for the 221 of February, In the plice of Mr. Howard Tebbets, who haa been compelled to quit cellega on account of bad health. The other speakers elected by this society are W. B Matthews nnd H. L. BrigRs. The Dienologan speakers are Messrs Murray Hubbard, Frank Grossman and Elward ter will . JUT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUATr. liar-rodabur- i Thos. C Jasper bas sold bis Steam saw mill to John W. Wilcher, of Middleburg. There are rumors in this. section of an infant bsing found buried 8 inches deep in the gravevard at the Coristian church near Middleburg on last Sunday, which haa not ts yet been satisfactorily accounted for. It was found on starting to dig a grave for another child. We are in hopes the mystery will be fully and satisfactorily explained. John Lay moved from near Yoaemlte, in Casey county, to this vicinity on the 10th inst. Mrs. Serena Jasper, of Indiana, is on a visit to her son, T. C. Jasper. Miss Florence Williams acd htr brother, John Williams, returned to their home at Ind , on the 9ih inst. Ambrose BuU, now blind, has returned from Kansas to the land of his nativity. The telephone, for some time out of fix, is now in operation here, but It is raid that when important messages are on hand it is difficult to find the "hello" boy at the other end of the line. We heard a female on Saturday call to know whether there was anybody living in Hustonville or not, and after ssveral ineffectual attempts at the iuincnt risk of injuring her lungs as she was a fomale of not very huge proportionsshe succeeded in awakening the gallant J. B. Green, who responded to her it e, The New Groceries and Harcfware House of TAYLOR BROS. Faintly C8seeelegs and Pocket Cutlery IHtafiee Our -- m It W. H. HIGGINS I Iru, Spoke, lt .lr.mu RSWMZ: us Tmmj ft IPjyfetei PHARMACISTS. iff rYt JEWELERS- 9. tt N. II. j. critn.iy. e BRIGHT & DEAXERS CM, Clip- Groceries, Hardware, Que ens ware FARMING a.IMPLEMENTS, Lo-ga- Furst and Bradley Sulky Pltnvs, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning- Plows. cox.sistixu or So,-00- $500,-000,00- . ,',',,,. Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department aviII be full and complete with the best' makes of Carriaoes, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons', Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. Riding Cultivators. Solo Agonts for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at Wo also havo a Largo Lmo of Walking, and situ-Ttie- ! i , y. 4- - .1 t t Jim Ed Bruce sold to Lige Burnside a Two fine w jrlc mulea the property ol lot of lC01bredshoaUat4J. Stanford, Ky January 10, 1885 John V. Pennington wtere killed hjr the Thorn & Mcllwain sold to W. H Hendricks, of Fleming, 44 earn this week. N. LOCAL TIME C4JD. old mules, fjr $5,030, nearlr per Ir will piy you to see our snmplea of head. 12 45 r, M. Mall tralu soing North sugar and ctfl'e before pinchsainn as we The toial value of stakes wen during " M..1 w r. x. ' " South ....... Eapmttraln" foulU.. ......WX... 1 M A,W. arc headquarters on them. Bright & Cur 1834 in Great Baitain (not including prites ii Norh... 1 til.M. ran. " for second end third horses) amounted to Tba above it calculated oo standard time, tfolir Twenty fouii shares of stock of the $1,948,091 22. lmel about iOtuinntet faster Charles M. Spoonamore bought of First National Bank of Stanford were sold LOCAL NOTICES. here Tuesday by Mr. W. M. Weber, of James N. Reynolds his small farm containing 43 acres near Logan's Creek, adjoining Buv your echool bookn from Penny & Knoxrille, at $120. McAliMer. David Spoonamore for 31,500 cash. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort Pkte Whitley, the negro boy from The Cincinnati Pciu Currtnt estimates notice and warranted by Penny & McAlIe-ter- . Crab Orchard, who haa been In Jill here the total pscking in the West since Novemsince he was pronounced insane, was taken ber 1st at 4,105,000 bogs, compared with A compute alock of jewelry, lateet style. Kockford watches n specialty. Pen to the asylum Tuesday by Dputy Andy 3,710,000 a year ago, being an increase of Cowan. He waa the wildest specimen ever 305,000, or 9J per cent, gain over last year. ny McAllalei. seep. There Is a fair demand for the best PERSONAL. T fn . IT .w. Til BUT (,,in rum nno nt tl.a 1 " butcher grades of cattle in Cincinnati and .il.t vmw . uw .. u Mit and Mits. Will Ckaio are Tinltlota advert'sed in this paper to Mr. Willis for shippers, but lower grade! are dull. B irnett for S300 Surveyor John Bright Prices run from 2 to 2J for common to 5 itg relative. In Carllale. Mn. and Miis. Thos Metcalp went showeJ us a drawing of the way the whole to 0.1 5 for best. Hogs are weak and. lowto 'IcholTHIe Tuemlav to Tlelt the fami- la to be laid out, which will make the lots er. Quotations run from 3 to 4 85. ly of Mr. JohnMeicili. very desirable. Sheep are dull and weak at 2 to 4. Mb. J. M. Brent, of Chicago CreamJudge C H. Beck has sold his farm The elocutionary performance adver- on Silver Creek, containing 450 acres, to ery Co., ii here preparing to build (he estised to take place here last night did not tablishment necetmr for the batioeap-- . J. P. Simmons, Jr., Samnel Rom, R. M. come off. The weather and the prospect Mk. 8. E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn , Hsgan and Thompson Duerson at $50 per generally were very bad and discretion was accompanied by hia ton, Will, arrived at acre. W. W. Willis has sold to Charlea thought the better part of valor, Prof. Walker 24 two year-olbis father, Mr. W. M. Lickey'a, Wednea-damules for the Atnawea was here though and ready to per Richlanta market at $100 per head. form his part of the contract. mond Herald. Mn Fkank Ha nit is haa returned to The sudden enormous demand from Mn. G. E Evans, Master of Trains, hu Rowland and taken hi old position of Chief Train Dispttcher on the Knoxvllle, ben promoted to the position of Superin- the Southern States for horses and mules Mr. Is causing unusually large shipments Branch. There ts tome talk of bit beirg tendent of the Kuoxvillo Branch. s Evans started a few years ago as night op- through this city, Fifty of horses made Master of Trains. Mn, John Tucker returned Monday erator and has worked himself up to the and mules fr;m Kentucky have been shipnight from a trip to Washington, New very high position which has now been ped through during the past week, besides York and other cities, since which time he given him. He is capable and popular about re vcd ty five car loads from East and ha been confined to hie room at the Mers and the bjva are delighted at his promo-lio- West Tenneisee. The stock men state Mr. J. F. Downey, who has b;en that prices are v.'ry fair. Chattanooga House, with something like ferer. Mim JUcitri. CAnrzNTER, who has train dispatcher in the Louisville olEce, has Times. "The stockholders in the Spencer counbeen over on yMMo ber aisttr, Mrs. G. been made Msster of Trains. ty creamery are in fine spirit over this new C. Lyon, returned to Dr. E 8. Wal A Veuy slim audience attended the con- enterprise. It baa been in operation now kcr'i In Cincinnati, Tuesday. Her friends cert at the Opera House Wednesday night, long enough for them to know that it ii ray she is greatly Improved In health, and of a consequence It was rather a spir- not only a financial success but that it will Mks 8. M. Wklluan, who haa been itless aflilr. There reema to hare been prove of great advantage to our enterpristb guest of Mrs. II. W. Powers and family, somewhat of a conflict of feeling between ing farmers who will embark into tbit new extends bar many thanks to the ladit of the Methodist and the Presbyterians, be- and profitable busineis." Taylorsville Stanford for the many calls and will carry cause the former announced, after the lat- (Ky.) Cjurlsr. heme with her a happy remembrance of ter had publicly done so, this entertain" her visit in Sianford. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ment a night in advance of the other, but Miss Addie Purnill, who had charge of the LOCAL MATTERS. Managed by Jno. B, Fish. fallen concert disavows any intention whatever An exceedingly hiavy rain has Judge M. II. 0sley'a friends we e to get ahead of the Presbyterians. In tact since Wednesday night. very sorry to learn that he waa unwell and nothing was further from her mind. She this term of court. b'r.r. pur advertisement of implements had raid repeatedly that the concert would unable to attend Mr. and Mrs. YanNuye, of Livingston, it will pay you to give us a call. Bright & b) giyen about the 15'.h became the ortown this week assisting in " Curran, gan had to be returned or paid for by that have been in m hi the temperance work. They seem to take timr, and had S3 told several Presbyterian Mr. T. J. Bosley makes fresco papering ladles who had asked her abiut it. Sj a deep interest in It. Mr. Thomas N. Roba tptcialty and contracts for all kinds of much in explanation by request. The public erta haa ben confined to hia room for several days with a very revere attack of painting He cn save you money. can judge for itself. The nutter is a source pnenmonia fever. He is improving at this H.J. Dinrr offers for tale 12 building of indifference to us one way or the other, writing. Belle Shiplet, colored, has not been arlots, GGtlft! feet, between Stanford and But to return to the concert, Miis H'dridge, of course, carried off the honors. She rested for concealing the birth of her child, Bowland, well located and accessible. " ...- could do that most anywhere, possessing as stated in your last iejue. The officers We have the biggest line of granulated as she does an unusually fine voice, splendon't seem to ore for such a crime as that and N 0. sugars ever brought to Stanfard didly culliyated. Her solos were loudly to be committed in our midt. About three and at prices that dtfy competition. Bright applauded acd she responded once or twice weeks ago, there was another colored wo" A Curran. Miss Fannie Reid, having to encons. man in our town who reported that her m " proved herself an actress in former enter- bastard child, some thre months old, had I am much in need of money and must businerr. Those in tainments, showed her versatility by ac- been smothered to death. There was no bare it to carry on my quitting herself moit creditably as a vocal- investigation made in that case either, debt to me will therefore please come forist. Her solo was much enjoyed. Mrs. but the grand jury will investigate them ward and settle. H. C. Rupley. James P. Biiley, who has a very sweet both. I WI8H to say to the ladies, as it is the voice, sang "I dreamt that I dwelt in Mar Mrs.C.S. Nield, of Altamont, "The lit of January, please come and settle hie Halls" with fine eflect. Mrs. J. M. Phil Q leen of the mountains," has been holding their millinery bills as I am compelled to ip, Misses Belle Tyree, Jennie and Emma a series of Temperance meetings at thia have money. Thanks for past patronage I Saufley,FloftncsTrueheart, Maggie Owsley, place fcr the last week. I believe nearly solicit same. Hespt. Kale Dudderar. 3t Jennie Crane, Tate and L'rzle Farri, all in town, both old and young, male and all did well and added much to the melody female, have signed the pledge. We can tjurrr a curiosity wai the exhibition of of the occasion. The Gold and Silver say from the outlook before us, that if the grinding by the North Carolina Portable Qaartet, composed of Menrs J T. Carson, present glorious good work goes on, the Corn Mill run by a small Taylor engine. Dr. L. F. Hodman, Joe F. Waters, and sale of rhe damnable in our community It did its work admirably with the greatest Prof. P L Biktr, gave some excellent evi will be forever stopped. We hope others of ease. Mr. Gee. D. Wearen is agent for dences of their skill, which were roundly may take up the work after their efficient it. applauded. Under more favorable clrcum leader leaves them. Takinh advantsge of the absjnee of the stance the occasion would have been a The present grand jury U composed of eld folks, Dr. W. B. Penny has issued in- mot crjiyablc one, for Mis.i Purnell show- honorable and upright citizens and men resivitations to a "private hop" at tht-?ed much taste in the arrangement of the who will do their duty without hesitancy. in honor of the young debutantes in programme dence Their names areas follows: Wm. Stewar', society, Dr. Hugh JWd and Hobt. Petrel. foreman; J. C. P. Myers, George Gentry, HarrIaoes. at 8 o'clock sharp the dance will P. J. Hiatt, Jas. P. Taylor, John Gentry, The Honey Orove, Texas, Simoon pub-lith- e G;orge Proctor, John C. Childers. R. L be called. a notice of the marriage of Miss Ida Myers, Jonas Brown, Lee Coffee, Eii DickBiiOTiicn RanNEJ will learn with undisGraven, neice of Mr. P. P. Nunnelley, of son, T.J McGaire, W. C. Kirby, W. P. guised sorrow of the death of hia old famithis place, to Prof, J. L I'icrce, who is a CneMnii', Jr. and W. C. Burdett. The him to ly horse "Siagg" who med to x nsphew of the late Bishop 0. F. Pierce, of petit jury is ciuiptstd of the following the meetings hereabout. He was turned Ge irgis. named personr: W. G. Proctor, J. J. Par-rocojt the other dry afcr a drive and feelThe Frankfort Ytoman gels this oil on Mitchel Norton, H. S Brannaman, ing pretty friuy, oared up and falling Wilbur B. Good's marriage to Miss Mary A. J. Samms, Cjlby Hays, Elisha Mullins, broke h!s nck. Mr. John Bright, who Jones: J. L Rxmsey, M. C. Owens, Man Anglin, owned .lim at the tims, siys he died with-oi- l To mar the life of this new rulr, David Henderson, A. K, McClary, Adam No lorrow itiill occur; struggle, which fact nnj be of some a Towery, G. W. Mirtin, A. W. Stewart, A. The Utiilmml makes bis promise fair oonolittioii to his old owner. And WI1. II. GooJ to her. T. Fi.h, J. L. Ping, T. J. Coflee, John Mr. John S. Murphy, Jr , and MIpb Roberts, M. N Forbu', J.M.Hunt, Wm, Tiir. Georgetown 'Jimt, which has seen the troubles that beret a creamery, says Mattie, the amiable and pretty daughter of Clark, J. F.Tayler, and Eli Coflee. that 'Some of our neighbors who are agi- Mr. L. B. Nunnelley, wero married at the Mr. E. C. Walton, the clever youug tating the building of creameries would iatter's KBldcnce, Wednesday, by Eld. W. Busicera Manager of the iNTEmon Jourprobab'.y find it the part of wisdom to A. Gibson. Afterwards the happy pair and nal was In town Monday acd Tuesday. their friends repaired to Mr. A. D. Root's, He called on all the old subscribers and lolve the fititHlion of the cream supply where a sumptuous supper was spread be also obtained eeveral new one?. We supinvesting too largely in This question settled fore them. Mr. and Mre. Murnhy have pose ho will come ofteoer acd stay longer establishments. favorably, there cin be no doubt of the started life young and we heartily wish hereafter. The following attorneys are attending court at this plao: Hon Thomas sueoew of creameries and of their profitable- them a hon voyage. ness, to tliwc who operato them." Z. Morrow and O H. Waddle, Somerset; RELIGIOUS. R. C. Warren and J. W. Alcorn, Stanford; Tun Devil in Politic andRelkiion. Moody's bucccss in ltishmcnd, Va,, waa Cols. W. O. Bradley and Sam. M. Bardett, Prof. J. W. Lowber, Ph. D., ol Louis, unprecedented. Nearly everybody pro- Lancaster; Hon. R. Boyd, W. L. Brown in the Christian ville, will lecture fessed religion, and JudgoG.Pesrl, London; Judge H. C. church on the nbovo named subject. This The new Christian Church in Nicho Hannan, Williamsburg; J. W. Yerkes, lectnrd Iihb been delivered in Louisville laflville will be decicitted naxt Huuday by Danville; Mr. Will Reppert, of Liberty. and other cities and it is highly commend-c- i Etdu--J S. Saconey, of Paris. M. F. BrinUey, of Louisville, is in town by tin papers. There will bo no ad The eldest son of Justice John M. Hu this week W. M. Weber, of Knoxville, at the close of mission fee, but each person Inn hits become n minister of tiio Uo'i'C-1-, Tennessee, ifl viiiting at tbU place. J. D, the lecture will have the privilego of giv- giving a great promise of becoming promCnandler wib in town yesterday. ing wlutt he or she may think proper. inent Tne January term of tho Rockcastle " In a Toronto church Sunday evening, following diCircuit Circuit began last Monday. His Bank DniEcroits. Tho tho pastor, Rev. Kennedy Kreighton, cho?e rectors were elected for the ensuing year in for his first lesson Paul's conversation on Honor, M. II. Otfeley, being ab.'ent, Col. the First National I) ink. U.S. Withers, the way to Damascus. He had just finish- T. 'A. Morrow was elected epecial judge for D. W. Vacdevcer, W. P. Tate, II. C ed the words "and he fell to the earth," this term. The grand jury was ably and Bright, J. S Ilicker, W. G. Welch, T. J. when he was struck with paralysis and earnestly instructed by the court. About Fester, Craig Lynn and Smiford Erwin, dropped unconscious in tho pulpit. There one dozsn indictments have been returned up to this time, all bjitig for minor offenses. rnnniv. lloht Uovd. London, and J. T. is little hope of his recovery. Very little bus'ncH is being transacted at The Farmers Freeman, Williamsburg. We have cot only called Mr. B. John .a thib term of the ourt. Tho c&ee of tho National elected Dr, EL Alcorn, J. K Binghnian, R. W, Givens, J. M. Hail, J. liar, but if we are not greatly rolctaken we Commonwealth vs Tilford Black, charged B. 0slty, S. H Shanks, J. W. Alcorn, G. have proven nim to bein politics at least with murder was filed away anda the case WJames, county, and,JAJ, Williams, Mt -- n scoundrel. .And we are not d6uo. with against Whiter Rice, same charge, was continued. la the Polk care, some diffi Louis him yet.-- St. Yemen. BeeiiiADLK itnre room hiceolro of biu-nfor rent In Stanford. W. P. Walton. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Li - y. d car-load- culty was found in obtaining a jury to try the case. All the attorneys who are eligible to sit on the bench are employed in 1 offer for tale my Farm at Hang'ng Fork Bridge the ci'c, either on one side or the other. on the Stanford .t Uuitonvllle turnpike, contain-lo- g of Hne Lund, 20 Col. W. (J, Welch was telegraphed for to Acrct18'4 a oi-Ubcihg very rich bottom itnd, all well fenc- -' j. try the case, but he could not come. The ed; rlenty of wtter for stock ana domestic Allpcrtom npalnd putting In attorneys then acrerd fjr Hon. R, Boyd, of grain, piuiurlng or tie warned wnh tilt rltceln meddling h brine, nil London, to act as special j'idge In the case any iliape imjIim pirtlet totherul extent elthelaw. and ho was telegraphed for. Tho first 98 Btwllnt, Wyoming Territory. step taken was to order the ehetifl to summons 100 jurors to appear before the court A. on Tuesday next at which time the case is set for trial. Both sides seem very anxTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL ious for a trial. A number of whisky and pistol cases have been tried, and the usual -- And tbe Louisville finei and judgments have been asses-eagainst the offender. One year for only $.1-t- wo pipert fsr little Governor Hoadly, of Ohio, in his mesmore loan ine prico oi one. sage, takes occasion to urge that the elecBy paying us Jlyu will receive fr ene year tion in that State shall cease to be pivotal your homo paper with the Courler.Je-.mal- , the any longer. He argues that since it has reprcteniattTe the Boutb, democrat- Icand for a tarlS lor revenue only, end tbe beat, become the last of the October States that Irlghteit nod ablest family weekly In lie Vnited are regarded as doubtful, it has also become Statet. Tbote who deelre to examine lauple copy of tbe Courier-Journcan do to at ttla office more than ever the theater of a system of political campaigning, in which the corrupt use of money in ever increasing quantities is the chief feature. The Governor Is right. The election should be changed to November. Then Ohio will cease to be the tramping ground of the combined army of wind hags and demagogues from the other State and not before. -P- hiladelphia Times. Mr. EJmunds has introduced a bill for the benefit of Gen. Grant, "authoriiing the President to appoint and place on the retired list of the army one perron from among those who had been Generals commanding the armies of the United Stater, or Gneral-i- n Chief of said army." At Hoboken, a human sknll, to which was attached a paper tag inscribed "A. T. Stewart," was found in the area of a private residence on BloomfieM street. It is supposed to have been thrown into the area for a joke. Blue-Ora- n pur-pjicwlllprct-ecutcalltuc- For Sale! ' i.l"1"10 r.. .ii.. r,i 7 enntu mat rr an etner I m t v I ' Wn.LIU tipnk PW?r (Jerol ,1 li , i,nm. l.uiIiiniM. rft. -r nmrn -tiit Tuttnla !m Krcry nnm'.-- r ulnttraltd wllk cl'I f..inilld enrrar r- -, Th' ru licid'-.nfurnlb 5iuilLtluV'l'ri Tclrrodn c! nf. aimallon whkk. Ithout. I I popular!! Ti?.rwr!in ,inad J Aiinuras Ii inch that Ita cjr- - SJZJr Cine-ri- tl W'l"ti. H. rrra Co. Ji o Grand Combination Pobliihert, No, fcj lirciuirtr, N. Y. i H ATENTS. Of-r- Mann A Y oars' pefct jiractlco tte Talent . and bato jreparal roare than One Hundred thousr patents In tht and applications f forclcn countries. Vr ted Malei and d Weekly Courier Journal H , I I Vmted Statcp, Canada, lneland. Iratxv. Oeraany and other foreign countries, pr nnu on reaPGnnuiu fared ai tnort nouco obtaining patents irrnw. el.e Information as to c s felly clren without charge. fnforrn&ticn etiL fre. l'atrnts obtained tbronch J!, r.n A To. era noticedln th Scitntitc American (tie. The adeantaee ot such notir to well unilf r" nd by all pinions who wlih to dirpom cf their pttsntn. Addrrn MITNS A CO.. Office BclsaiOTJ Iland-booV- mnM ....... n...A tn.l. f1...l.1it. AXElUtax, SCI Uroadnay, It'ew Yoik. Washtd-Ou- t Hair. There Is a tort U pallid, chlky complexion vblcb the noveltiU call a "vuhed out complex Ion." It Is gbastlj enough and no mistake. Watbed-on- t, faded, colored or bilr It almost u rrpulilve and melsncbolr. rarker's Hair Balsam wilt mtore your balr to lit original color, whatever It wa; brown, auburn or bltck. Wby wetr mom on jour hitd, when you unreality have lively, iblnlcg balr. pirtl-co'ore- d GOOD ADVICE. BUY OF s 'Rough on Rtu" clean out ran and mice. 15c. "Rough on Corni" for Com, and Bunions, ire. Tbln peopls, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and vigor, cur-- i dyipeptls, Ac. 1 1. "Rough on Tootbiche" glvn Imtant relief. 15c Ladles who would retain fresbnefj snd vivacity, don't fall to try "Wrl!' Hultb Renewer." "Buehu-palbagreat kidney and nrlniry cure. Filet, roacbet, ton, rata, mice cleared out by "Rough on Rati." 15c. "Rough on Cougbt," trochti, 15c; liquid, 25c. For children, slow la development, puny and delicate, ute "Wellt Health Renewer." "Rough on Dentin" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c Servout We&lneti, Dyipeptla, Sexual Debility cured by "Weill' Ueallh Kenswer." It. Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for fevcrUhneu, wormi, constipation; tuteles. 25c. 8tlogtog, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary fl. corai liluts cured by "Buchu-palba.- " Nfgbt iw'eati, fever, chilli, malaria, dyipepilt, cured by "Weill' Ueallh Renewer." My huiband (wrltet a lady) It three times the ruin ilnce mlng "Weill' Health Renewer." 11. If you arc falling, broken, worn out and ner-to. uie ' WelU' Health Renewer." of Kidney complaint in America; Prevalence Bucbu.pilba" i a quick, complete rure. (I. ," bed-bu- g, T. R. WAIaTGEr, THE CHEAP GROCER, Cor. Main & Somerset Streets, STANFORD, KY. u, .TEW aDTERTISEHEMS. X. J. BOSJI.EY, HOUSE PAINTER! AND PAPER HANGER. Freico Celling tTvsronp, kv. Pan-- r Hanging a Specialty. Ordert Promptly Attended to aCO-- tt All TURNPIKE NOTICE! The underlined CommlMlonrt will on Tuesday, .Tun. 20.I&S5, at the law office of W. H. Miller, In btanford, Ky., open bookt for the tub- un icripnou oitioccin lard County A WblU Cak Turnpike Road Co." LEWIS DUDDERAR, WILLIAM GOOCH. n?.3t mirr,u. r B. K. Mules for Sale ! On account of my falling health, I offer for tale my well kcown work Mulct, lti hands high, uted to the cars, tounJ, gentle and true pullers, and when I advertise In Tiik IxtEttoa Jocbxal I hare never lalled to sell, and toon at that. fJvS-t- n U1VDERTAKER. W1A11 AND JETui-nitin'-e To-nig- s s, A Full mid complete assortment of Furniture, cmbracliiB a crythiitf; from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. No PRIVATE SALE oi'LAND. need to go to the large cities to make jour purchases, uo matter what quantity or quality you want, as I can and will duplicate By requ'it of the owner, Mn. L W. Edwards, ail prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alse Alex. Moreland farm part the I will oiler her fjr talc, there KlLg u full assortment of Cofllnn, Cacs, Shrouds aud Kobe, embracStyles, both cheap and expensive. Ware roomr. 10S ACHES IX THE TH1CT, ing all the opposite St. vaph Hotels Stanford, Ky. o- r. t. n.ivtEss, btmlord, Ky. Iealei in e-- ,r I - ElRbty Acres of which aro Injsrif;, exciiling 1G Acre, whlih are In wheat, nud the remain n 21 Acret Itgcod tluiler lnd, teparated troui tliehu proved by Danville A MutoiiTlIle turnpike and thoC S. R. H. The laud, It tnt told within the next ') dajt will bo withdrawn. For further partlculaitand teruii address moat Mlllcdjevllle by., or call at the prjin tea. 4f-- Taylor Manufacturing Co. 1831 It. 11. T1I031SOS. tjii: cuiyriv.iTOit 1885 AND ! he-fo- butter-mak-iD- COUNTRY GENTLEMAN THE BESTOFTUE CHAMDERSBURO, PA. Five Awards at th9 Lonisvillo Esposij tion in 1883. A rg.M"iircMg fj. AGRIC'DIiTURAraWEEKIsIES ot American Agriculture. In amount and practical cotitentt, In extent nudnhlllty of correspondence. In quality ol paper and style of publication, It occupies the tint rank. It is believed to have no superior lu either of the three chief dtvu-ten- s of I.nglnei from 2 to 250 hone power, hair Mills frocr .' to the lurgost standard ilzes. Portable Crb Mills from tht KoitU Carollua Mill Stone Co., ttt, best Mills In the world far maUn; meal fvr table use. Write for prices. Add-et- s The Country Oentleman I the Iciding Joarril GEO. D. WEAREX, P. IIA.MTON, Traveling Agent. OENEUALAGT., T HThroo,K JFnt'in Crotia Jloi'tictiHitvcX'l-'rittt-Groirlnir- , and 1'focenscs, re stocls W.I s while It Includes all minor detriments of rural Interest, tuih as tho l'oultry Yard, Entomology, Cireeu Hoiue and Orapery. Veterinary Hepllct, Farm Questions and Answers, Kl rial de Heading. Uomestlc Economy, and a sunima-r- v of thi newt of the week, lit Market Ileports a'r unusually complete, and muMi attention ti paid to tbe prospects ol the crops, as throwing light upon ono of the most Important of nil y ml II'.'ki j Sill It It ill'ittnted, and Is lutenled tn mpi.lr, lu a contlnuilly Increasing degree, and In the best seiiMof tho term, a liber-erall- ami Valvutiiu: T- - In Buggios, Carriages, Phaetons. Surreys, Speed "Wagons, Spring Wagons " and Buck Boards. - , LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, Although Country Oentleman has beon greatly enlarged by Increiilng Its size from IS to 20 pages weekly, tbe terms loitluue as heretofore, One copy, one when tuld sliklly In advanc;: ye.tr, SM0; lour copies, S10, and an aaiinloral copy fjr the yearfrcoto Ihe sendir of club; ten copies, S.O, and tn additional copy for tbe year Iree to the ituder oi tho club. U8-A- I1 ntw itibKril'ets for 1SS1, paying In willreeeire th? pajyr Aeekly, from cur receipt ot the remittance, to January 1, 1835, without charge. Spuiuien copies free. Address A large coisignment received from (lie Spikes Wagon Company; also several Columbus Uuggy Company's Vehicles, S U'hleh I am anthorl.pd to sell at very Low Prices to reduce aud stoeli. These VHiIoleH are all FIIIST-ULASNccoud to none made. GEO. D. WEAREH, COMMISSION MERCHANT. LVTIir.lt TrCKKllJbSOW I'uUlihcja Aluauy.N.T ' . ' 4 BAEK DAYS. Irl au-ee1 x 'What is the matter?' she asletl. "Hart youliro young people been qHinvlling ."' wlilcl: I turned away, wont part tho fa sometimes put up to Insure privacy, out of tlio iron gate, into the narrow street. men watchod tho lounslnj, JijnlileJ-IouVliiand tho dark oycd women who wont by; J looked nt tho tnorry urchins at play; and, after what tecmod an interminable quartoi of nn hour, rjturne 1 to learn how my gen tlo couiisol had siK'c le 1 with my suit. My mothor and Philippa woro sitting witr. tholr arms around each other. Philippa, ai I entered thi patio, ralwl her eye to miui My mothoi with a look of shy happiness. raw and took tho girl by the hand. "Basil,1' alio Raid, "1 have at hut beet ablo to persuade her that you and I, at least, rlso above tho conventionalities ol I have told itei what is called the world, that, knowing all I know, 1 see nothing tc prevent her from being your wife. I liavi told lior that simply for her own sweet sales. 1 would rather so you marry hor than anj woman in the world. And, BxjU, I fancy I have mado her lnllovo me." With her soft eyes full of maternal Ion my mother kissed mo and left the court I opened my nrmsto close them round th fairest woman in the world, and all the earth seemed bright and glorious to m. My great lovo had conquered! And yet, oven in that moment of blUj. my thought! involuntarily Hew away t t road in England to a whJti drift,' under which for days and days I ghastly object had oaci beu lying. A dreamt a dream! It iiiiuj have been a fear f ul dream. Forget it, .Basil Kortb, and lx happy in tho happing you havj Rt last tnow-tieape- won I CHAPTER X. THE SWORD tlio obstacles which her solicitude for m welfare raised agaimt my wish were not iiisuperablo Philippa oflerod no further resistance; while as for mi, every dy thi might bo counted uoforo I callod her my wuo wemeu a day spoiled, if not entirely rvnstod. "With my mother's argument) tc back my own fervent prsuation, I had no diQiculty in winning Philippa's consent to our marriage taking place a J soou as .fie needful formalities could be complied with. And yet, although the day wru fixej, it was at my iuitance channel, and the ceremony postponed for awhile. My reason for doferring my crooning happhiess was this. Knowing all that 1 knew, tho question aro, under what nann was Philippa to be married! Unlor her own maiden name, unler the falso name sjM ih'ch for some tlmi Sir Mervyn Terrand, 5 ior reasons best known to binnelf, haJ "mad) her assume; or unier that nam which, supposing Mrs. Wilson had spoker the truth, sho was logally on titled to bear. So anxious, so resolved wa3 I that there should bo no shadow of doubt as to the , ralldity of her second an 1 happier that after due consideration I determined to sacrifice my own inclination, and postpono our woddlng long enough to give mo time to pay a flying visit to Eoglaud, where 1 could do my bst to obtain such evidence as would show that Philippa wa tho dead man's widow. Jinade tho excuse that I found .many "buiiii'osi connected with my property must bo attended to before I could b married. Itravellod to England to Liverpool as fast as I cpuld. I stayed thore for a week, ami daring that tlmo madi foil rauarchet mto tlio life and (loath of a woman who, as Mrs. Wilson said, ha I died on a certain date, and been burled under the name oi Lucy Ferrand. Tin information I acquired as to hor is of no consequent) to my story Wliatover hor faults may have been, her Utstory was n sad pno; Indeed Jt s.rad tc ino that the history of any woman who had !mi cursed by Sir Mervyn Ferrand' love was a sad one. However, the result of my Investigation) was. In snort, thu: Ferrand had married tbo woman many years ago. Thoy had parted by mutual consent With bis ryh'ical carelessness In luid troubled nc a ore about her; and, stranger still, she had aot troubled him. She died on the date Tho question ol eivon by my informant. identity could be easily srttled, so that ii evor Philippa cho) to claim the rights to Sir jJorvya Ferrand's widow, sho would hnvo no diillculty in making that il.mil good. But I trusted tlut year) might past before sho learn )1 that the man was mar-tiagomat-tcrs'cnte-cedent- s JOnw conquered FALLS. one J convince J thai ing of recolloctlon of what her wronz, ber frenzy, had prompted her hand to do unknowingly, I dared to hope that any clianco which remained of a revelation of tho truth was roduod to a minimum. Those resulti of my Investigation! and inquiries gave mo liumeui) relief, and my heart was all but gay as, armed with the proofs of the first Lady Ferrand' death, I hurried back to Seville, Phlllrma, and the happlnesi which 1 vowed should bo mine. Wo wero married. Philippa and I wer married' Married; and a few months ago 1 sat Ipjuly, miserable and lmrt-brokode'mlng that tho ono I lovod was lost to m forever1 What matters tbo things whlc bare filled those months, and made then: y wo arc the tnost painful of nly life! man an l wife, joined togother till death ui do part' I said us word as to tin result of my inquiries' In Liverpool I had uo difficulty in persuading Philippa, who in sotne things was ns simplo and trusting as a child, that It wa) necessary, or at least advisable, she should be married under the name which ber first certificate of marriage affected to bestow upon her. She signed hor name foi tho last It may, for aught I know, havo als been tho first time, as Philippa Ferrand; and I noticed that alu shuddojvd as shi formed the letters. Although my bride was by birth half n Spaniard, and although I had by now it many ways conformed to the Spanish modi of life, we wero still English enough to lool upon going aw ny somen hero for a honey moon as niiuspensabie. it would be but t short trip; an 1 ns my mother in our absenci would be left at Seville alone, or with thi wrvatit) only, we did not care to go verj faraway. It so hnppenel that, nlthougl socloi) to Cadiz, wo had not yet paid tha ton u a visit, nud thought tho present n cap ital opportunity for so doing. To Cadli we wont, and stayod several day) at the Hotel do Pari) We likod thi whito walled town, rising and seining abovi the dark blue sea, like, ai I have somewhor seen it decribod,a whit) pearl in a crown ol sapphires; or, as th Gaditanos call It f(i7j Jeplata, a silver cup. We liked the rows of tall torrao topped homes. W liked the movement nn 1 bustle on the quayt aud in the port We liked Mm walks on thi broad granite rampart, and the lovolj lew of the busy bay and country IwyonC it; but all the same wo agreed that Cadi, bore no comparison to our beautiful Seville, and the sooner wo returned to that gay city the bettir. Now that I had gained my desire, wa) ! happy) After all that bad passed, could havo been happy during those early days ol our wedded life! As I look back upan then: I sit and muse, trying in vain to answor thi question to my own satisfaction. Philippe loved me )ho wa) my wife; como good,cora( evil, sha was mine forever. In so much was happy, thrice hanny. Could I hav lived but for the presjnt my bliss would have known no alloy. But there was the part! I could not altogether forget the path which had led to such happiness a3 now was mine. I could bi thankful that I alone knew all tho liorrort and dangers with which that path ww studded. I alone knew the secret of that one night Although I could keep it for ever, would it be always a secret t Yes, and there was the future. Behind the happlnois which wa) mine at present lurked a dread as to what the future had in ...MM stnrft tnr ma fnr n It wn o ,lay y day grew stronger. The greater my happiness the more dreadful the thought ol us uemg nrecicea. tue leeilug tuat my houio of Joy was built upon sand was alwayi obtruding on my most blissful houra, and not, I knew, without good reasons. Philippa's very avoidance of speaking ol her past life lent somo justification to mj gloomy foreboding. Not onco did Sir Mervyn Ferrand's name pass between my wife and me. Not once did she ask me for any further particulars concerning the ov.enUol that night upon which, In the height o! her short lived mania, sho reached my cottage. True that upon becoming my wife, and bogiuning a new and happier stage of life, it might be but natural for her to wish to consign to oblivion the wrong, the shame, th suffering wrought by a villain's craft; yet I was so mixed up in the catastrophe that sllenco on the subject seemed strange. Her reticence alarm xl me. I fancied it muit tx caused by soma vaguo uneosineM connected with that night some doubt which sbo dared not sjok to set at rost. It is, I know, not un usual for women, after their recovery from that mysterious diau which had for awhile driven my poor girl dUtraught, to be ablo t recall an I accurately describe the delusion which had aillicted Uiem during those wandering hours, f myself had tn one or two cases noticed this peculiarity, and the authorities which I bad studied during Philippa's illnetss mention it as an iudltptgabla fact. My great dread was that at sorie moment, perhaps when our happiness was as perfect as it could be, some slmp'.o chance, so mi allusbn to certain o vents, even tbo bare mention of a name, might supply the missing link, and the fearful truth would l revealed n, To-da1 1 - "Surely you md or heard about It I" said his companion in a tone of surprise I touched my ivlfo'a arm. "Come away, Philippa," I said. nter.t9sio.ui. W. ty, aubject X.A.AV, ". JKcIsAHY DT ATTORNEY AT DANVILLE, KY., B. ALEX. ANDEHOON, to the action ol the democracy. Will Pfctke In the CoarU of Boris and adjoining countlM and In the Court of Appeals. JOHN II. MIIYLEIt Is a candidate 'or repraaantatlTe of Lincoln coun ty In the next LsjIiUture, subject to the action of tho democracy. KY. Will practice In the Itockciutle Court). UoDS a specialty. Office la MT. VERNON, Court-house. And Muter CotnmUtloner FISH. J. AttornoyAtLnw, Cour. Hockcastle Circuit Collee- - UOj $200 Reward! capture othli murderer, Hanry Roberta. Roberta It about 3) years of sgo, dark complexion, hazel eyee, smooth hceand Tory bad countenance, rather henry bull), welglilog proballj 130 iioundi. A llewardof Two Huupred Dollars will be paid by tho friends of tho Ute J. N. llcnedlct for tha THI CHEAT Through Trunk Line tvo FareNltroui Oxtd Uai adintnWttied whan Office South tide Main tJtreet, tha Myers HoUl: HlinGEON D13NTI8T, HTANFOUD, KY. doors abov DB. W. B. PENNY, LEE T. HUFFMAN, Philippa," saiV. Sho made a motion of distent. Again I IiTflLL1 BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY- urged hor. Slu shook hor head pettishly. "A bl I forgot where you have boen for OOceqterRobt.3. Lrtle't store. Oflce hour months," said tho second tourist, laughing; from 8 t II a. m. and t to 3 r. u. Anesthetics al I13i-ij- r, "out of tho pale of civilization onl news- mlnUtered whtm nKMurT. papers. Well, Ferrand wa) murdered ahol foiicVd iiij xtlft's arm. I "Conif ntraj, Look, Read and Remember that Duntltst, shouldor. doadT "Philippa, dearest, conn, I implore you," I whispered. It was too late I Tha look on her face told me that nothing wou'd now movo her Sho would hear the dread fu! nothing. truth, told pjrhipi with distortod details. I groaned Inwardly. The mo in out Iliad so long dreaded had como. I! I dragged hel away by fores if I inteirupJed the speakerswhat good could it do? Sbo had beard enough. She would force mo to tell her thi rest. I could only pray XXn she would it no way associate herself with the inan'i death. "Murdered! Poor fellow! Who murdered lit nip I heard tho first spcakor say. He was shot dead on t "Ho ono knows. country roadside just as that fearful snow storm of last winter began. It seems almost Incredible, but the snow drifted over him And until it molted the crime wa) not discovered. In the interval the murderer had, of couraj, got clean away." "Poor devil! I never heard any good ol him; but what an endl" I was not looking at tin speaker. I wai noting every chango in my wife's face. J saw tho color ily from hor cheek. I law bet lips and throat working convulsively, ai though she was trying to articulate. I sai her dark brows contractus in anguish. knew that she was clasping her bauds together, as was her way when agitated. Suddenly she turned hor eyes to mine, and in her oyes was a look of horroi which told me that tho vtry worst had come to pan that Mie dread which had haunted mo was realized! Then, with a Ion moan, sho sank white and senseless on iaj OPERA HOUSE. STANFORD. KY, Is stilt line Bread, fresh at Sll times. Also a Ireah line of Tallrsot all kind). I am also prepared to do baking for cuilomen. All orders for Icing and ornamenting executed at short notice. 1 A Hit MS. T. 303-1- J. T. HARRIS Caker and oo band with a choice of J. It Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE HOU LOt'IJMLL TO Till W. P. 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P. 4 T, A. Ac. or write Loulavlll. Ky, FMIRRSMT Q8eikingliomeaon,tht GflESIPEKEMD OHII W. Kentucky's Routo East WashlnQton, Phiiidetphia N.Y. Tho only Una running O PULLMAN NEW SLIEFINO OAKS MONEY By any man or woman, Oan bo Made TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prices range from 113 to 130 In th regular Departments. I'rlmary.KS; Intermodule WO; I'rtparatojy, 110, and ColKlate, ISO. fall parUculars, as to Board, Ac., addrtea BtKM. H. V. THUKIIKAHT. lrlBrfjnl, auaford, linooln Co.. Ky, sTor A SOLID"TEArN rswsi fo my wife. (lead. I (n.ylo my province in England known to Jtooai', in fact, I felt that In returning ttf Jiiy nativo country I ran a certain amount of risk. For all I knew to tho contrary, there might bo a warrant out against me. K suspicion as to the author of that night's votk had in any way been directed to Phil-JppI, tho partner of her flight, could not hopo to escape fre). However, I comfortiid myself by thlnklnz that if iLmmrmtnimJ as I should hi va heard something about it, ns after our Urst hurried start I bad made no attompttoconcealourwhareabouts. It would kavo been luclosi. My mothor had friend in England with whom sho exchanged I had an ugont and lawyori with whom, if only for financial reasons, I was Wund to correspond. I had been obliged to wr(to to my stolid William, and instruct kirn to got rid of the cottage as best he could, and to look out for a frosli place for himself. But nil tho gamo I did not caro to let it bo known that I was now in England. While ongagod upon raking up evidence trn Philippa's behalf, I did not neglect to aiakosuch inquiries ai I could respecting uio event rbicl had happened that night ear Itodlng. I found that, so far as tha general pabllo knew, the crlmo was still yelled in mystery, ho ono had bjon rrwt-,i- l; no cue had boen accused; uo reason for tkedoed had been dkcovered, and as yet wsplclon pointed to no one. Iudood, in spits f the hundrol pounds reward offarod by government, it seenwd that Sir Mervyn JTcrrand's murder was relegated to swell the list of undiscovered crlmss. By this Iknev Hiat Mr Wilson had kept tier promise of silence; and now that months bad gone by; ow that public attontlon had boon turned front the thrilling'affalr; now that PhlUppa aocmod (U.far or f arthsr than oyer from glv iag any token which suggStod tp 'afrakbh- j, let-tor- s. made. Of courao thore were English tourists o'i board; no spot is comp'ote without them. Two of them, young men, and apparently gentlemen, had seated theniselvos near us; affectlfJ-n- . and after tho usual admiring felancoi at my "PhlHppa is 111," I said, In explanation. beautiful Phlllppi, commenced a desultory I will tako hor to hor room." taiic wun oaca omer. I led her to Mia apartment which my From the unrestrained way in which thoy mothbr had in our absence fitted up for us. stake, and from tho strength of some of It was gay and beautiful with flowers, and their unfavorable comments on tho scenery, Mioro were many other careTul little evihearty orIa;k of scenery, It was clear that thoy dences of the Philippa welcome which was waiting noticed nothing. I took us for natives, before whom they could closed theus. door and turnod toward my wife. speak without being understood. Pliliippa She looked nt mo with those wondrous of course looked a Miorough Spaniard, and dark oyot, which soemed to si arch my very my owu face had become go tunped by the 'soul. "Builf" she said, in a low, solemn voice, "toll m tell mo the truth. What sun that I might have been of any nationbad I dona that night!" ality. Tho young fellows chatted on, quite oblivOld lleuux. ious to tho fact that two of their neighbors (New York Letter. understood overy word thoy spoke. For It was a fair young attendant at this saavj some time I listened with groat amusement; then the lulling motion of the steamer, tho Astor wedding who propood something quih ilugglsh muddy flow of tho stream, the mo- revolutionary In society. u0, I had a pretty notonous banks part which we stole, exercised good Unio," sho said, "but was awfully bond a soporific effect upon me, and 1 began to by threo men who wvre 50 years old apiooo. doze and dream. There ought to bo soma sovere moans taken Through my dreams I heard a name, a to free "girls from Mia eld beau bore. When hated name, spoken clearly and distinctly. a woman get) past 40, and isn't married yet, I started and openeJ my eyos. Philippa's sho gives it up, and lets the young fellows head waj stretched forward as if sho was alono, or, if she doe) undertake to impose upon catching somo expected word) herself upon them, they dou't heiltato to spoken by another. snub her. But look at tho com of wo girls. 'Sir JUorvyn Ferrand," I heard one of our Wo'ro not allowed te turn our backs on tha repeat "Yes, I renjemVcr who besot; us, but are, "by pog man, feWhero U to lite usage, compelled to display in smiles the him toll, a bad lot" noWl HV-irateeth wliicu we'd Ilka to bite them with. We ought to bo empowered to abolish them To Bn&tEvz: Cnooiv Give little Gavewhon they are hilllbnelro) anJ mar-fellow-Yoyagers good-lookins Our return journey to Seville was made Although the Guudalqulver is not a vety interesting river, we thought travelling uy steamer would bo a pleasant change from the journeys In tbs hot, sluffy, slow trains, full from end to end with the odor of garlic and tobacco; so early ono morning we left Cadiz, and were soou steaming up the dull, sluggish, turbid river, with the great flat stretches ef swamp land on olther hand. There woro uot many pasiengers on board the steamer. Tho boat itself was a wretched otTalr, and before an hour was over we wished wo bad chosen the train as a modo of transit. Milo after mile of tho level desertod land through .which the river flows paused by, f.nd presented no objects of interest greater Mian herds of cattle or flights of aquatic birds. Save that Philippa was by mj side, it was the Uullost jqrurney I over by water. my quost'ons by monosyllables, Philippa was brought by trie to our onco happy nomo In Seville. My mothor with arch smiles of welcome oh ber comely face, was at the Irate of the patio ready to reccivo us. As she saw hor a kind of hlver ra.n through my poor lore's frame. Sho lot my mothor embrace aud caress her without auy display of memory. Home thoy bava'done in their moments of mad. ness. I felt that In my wife' cas my on ly hope Was tb'endeavpr by drtunfeht to bring hertorny pfan war of thinking: that Is, to consider hervjf un'accountablo by any law, human or divine, for her actions at the tlm. But I doubted if ber sensitive, nature could ever be induced to take this view of her act I doubted, had sh not been the Woman I loved with a passionate love, if I could have qutto absorbed her from the crimo, with the refuembronco of hlr words, "Basil, did you ever haw a manf still wIMi me. Yet, strange anomaly, I would, fit fair fight, of course, have shot that man through the heart and have gloried in tbo deed. But then Philippa was a woman, and ,liad sbo not been tho woman I loved I might diave shrunk from tha ono who, oven in her mad-noswaa urged to fa'co such fearful vengeance. I smiled bitterly as I thought hown chance breath of wind nail tumbled my house of cards to the ground. I smiled almost triumphantly as I told mysolf that, come what might mUery shamo death I had won ana h'ld for a week the ono deslro of my life. Nothing could deprive me of that s, more. I spoke to her, but she mado no re ply. She turned bereytrs from mine; she shunned my gaze; sho even soemod to shrink from the touch of my baud. During the remainder of that dreary journey not oue word passed her If pat. She lay with ber face turnod to the side of tbo vessel, heedless of the curious glances from heedless of my nhl pored words of love; heedless of all save her own thoughts thouchts which led bar, I trembled to picture whither. Through all tho) long sultry hours, while tha wretched steamboat plowed Its way up tho broad muddy stream, I sat beside her, trying to find some way out of our sorrow. Alas' evory road was stopped by tha obstacle of Phlllpm'tt knowledgo of what she bad dune. For she knew it, I was certain. That look In ber eyes bad told mn so much. The duration of htr insanity had been so short that I could gather no comfort from the fact that by some merciful maniacs who recover their err-In- a senses are troubled little by the doeds fellow-passenger- s, Though in n whirl of despair, I belUvi that I assumed a kind of mechanical calm I seem to remember that the two Knzllsb tourists offered their assistance; that, as wi bore Philippa to un extemporized couch in tho shadiest and coolest placd we could Hud, Ismited, and attributed my wife's fainting lit to the heat of tha sun, the smell of engines, or something of that kind. Little did ruottt young meu guess what their chance word! bad wrought Little could they think that in speaking of Sir Mervyn Ferrand' death they had, perhaps, wrecked the happlnesi of two lives. My heart was full of grief aud fear, but I believe I bore myself bravely. In spite of such restorative) as we could ndmlnistor. Philippa's swoon lasted for a coutiderabin time. I troubled little about Mint fact Indeed, to me It seemed well that byncoiw should have aujtervensd. pud, for n lime, uanisneu cue urcaiuut memories wiiicb bad so sudeenly Invaded her brain. Could such a thing have been oss ble, I would almost have wlshod that her insensibility would continuo until we reached Seville. But it was not to be so. By and by she sighed llooply, and her oyrs opened. Consciousne nnd all its dreaded sequence was tiers once who will WORLD. thoreatUru and borne newspaper ,eompUte In alt departments. Kor ICO subAgents paid U each a will bo scribers at $1 paid: forSOsubscrltttrs. 112; lor 2J lubscillxra, for 15 aubacrlte'a, H, for 10 aubscrlber), 12; for 3 ilrlor boy IsOUiNTllIOiClUClunHtlUUllLf'X ItiXtou, Ky., UOrl. j t; irASHINGTON JXTeTTO CITTT. tot rs town and Tillage Agents wtntad In ere and aatnple copies fre. 6nd fjr tbeui Is the tanner Democratic Newt-pip- s' THE WOULD f the Vnton. Ercry Democrat should read It. 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Lou'a. bvlnz ortwuClncln-hours ntllirS naif j iiitckrr thin any other linn, glrlngour psssengera V 1 KoIn time rir meiia ani West. nrl cnoice or seaii in irama iiiii! 'PHBBEH ' 5S h ill Ms ""' Cn ss f i t9 ot ? K -- --I U IJ K i IJ T 3QS3 I S3 i I I I I I ? 5 fir UftraanlaJat saSSrl i iSirsu4 t a It rrrn'alts Vi.alnoi, tut .tiiiib,Di lb. ij.ttm. l.l.tal.tbUKawiLtaiiDiaHK. TliA...nilierTnllftiii-Uiifrotilum.ri- L Aajifimui wllU.llyuisruilv Bllloairrit, li -- . lii.bQw.l.partSti lue Kotni by way uf Chicago. 12 Hours Quicker S.ii:.h."?J sassssys oUflS'O'stl-S'! M - --0- .0, O. Alwaya makes &M. SSBBBBiES I NoaTll-riOL'N- gasBiasdBc 11HANC1I. TNoToT NoTJT. Dally Dally F.x. Bun. Ex. dun. 2 00 pro w sips-- HrslVl.r. " lxtnlon, " Paris Arr Mlllersuurf " Carlisle- Points. " Johnson " Maysrllle..... BotTU-Pot"- Fast Time and Sure Con TJ30HLYTRU2 neotions Lre Corlnjton.,, With all Lines at IRON St. Louis and Intermediate 7 U a in; s bu p iu 8 13 a ml 8 80 pm 8 40 a mf 8 47 p Ul ; 9 CO a tu B 07 pm H m, 7 Oil 11 o M; 9 110 30 7 41 pm ' a am' NeFcrrlcts! NoOmnlbnfiTrHnff fern ! Wo. Si "No7(5s TONIC FACTS REGAROIKC muscles aud iterres tho mind and supplies IimSii t'owr r. auOcriiiK Iroui all complaints Ik necull irto their tax wilt Hud In UAU-TEaIROtf TONIC n lulu and spvedy EH. euro. It aires a Hear and healthy complexion. Ttin .lp.mrri.t 1i..tlni.ilir 111 llllt rUlUO Ol 1111. IlAllTliH's lull TOMCIS llial troquunt attempts those lrBAiTTand VlOORofTOOTnt dlseasce renilrlujr.acertaliianil emclen rq.NIC, Appci.in.inuiaes- .tmi. Il)spepsla.uanior Ua use Is niarkcd r ute.. tlon.Lack with luiriieilula ami wouiienui rcsuns.i ones, revylio new run.-- Eullrens . Ex. rlun. Ex. Bun Dally i HnUr's Irca Tcni,IA ItwIllpnrlrrfcndenrlalitliotaLOl and KIDHV.nU ltijjonic Tin III a II D?. viw CD Jty of the orlKliutl. pondered alum ami while BO jar. j rtafcfabie." ouly added lolhp popular If you earut ally deslro liyallh BoiuLcxpsiriiiiuui jieiiiia vriuutffM aav a7 Bjnd r .ar addres toTbe;Dr. Hartar Mjd Co. foHoftrnVf oa nWul .n!jrratioo,ffe. S9A. MAJrrijs'i Irsois ToWiC is rod Bau BY AU naiMV-ta-rAnn O(Ateas) F.VFsmfHrRr. atcottuterrt-ltliurJ.ave ) s) t 20 p ti Coouectlonanudo In Union Depot, Ht. Louis, Lt Msysrllie. " Johnson 6 39 a ra 1 39 pn with trains of lines going West, Northwest and " Carlisle 7 21a in 3 43 pu Bouthweat. " Mlllershurg ., 7 41a in .T 09 pm II you aro gilng West to any ipolnt, rail on or t 10 a in 3 33 p M Arr Tails wiito to tho undttrslgued. " Islington 9 10 a ru C CO pm For lull and rellabU) Information in regard to " Cirlnijton .... II DO a m 8 nt p m Land, Ac , In the Western Htates, Map., Guides and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Itouuhold Notk. Train No. 3 rugs dally frein KboxtIIIo. Oools to all points West call on or address Winchester and Lexlogton to CorlDgton. O. II. 1LSOP, Train No, 1 runs via Lexington and l'arli, and Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Uallway, rot via Winchester and Paris Harrodsburir, sty Train No.fl la dally except Uunday between Ltii W. W.PKAUODY, W. aBHATTUC, Inglon aod Uen'l Paaa. Act, Knoxrlllo. Paris, but. la dally from Cincinnati to Praa't and Gen'l Mau'gr, C. W. PAWS, Central Passenger Agent, Ixlnjlon and Parle: No. 5?, dally rxcept SunCincinnati, Ohio. day, leave Paris 8 SO a in: arr Lexington 9 10 a in. No. 63, dally except Hunday, learo Lexington I 30 p ni; arrlre Paris 8 13 p m. Noa. 3 ssna 4 runrla Wlnebeelar, Polld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars botweea. Cine nnat and Itlchiuond, Va , and Wlncho tei and Washington, D, C. RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E TJ?rr7h "ck,u. nd bsKige checked to any A farorlto Dreaerlntlon nf nna nl thi destlhatlon rrache-- l by railroad. aoost noted and successful apeclalLata In the D. rl 8. F. Bs MOIWE, W. H. WniTTLF.3EY, (now retired) for the euro of ATcrawssa UHtu, Passenger Agent. Trar. Pan. Agent, Henj frvit Manhood, n'eakMsintl . qS???10"' KJr lnplatnsealWcnvelopo-e.. Lexlngtou, Ky DruiUts can till It, r. V1 U. f UL.LUU, Minn BR. WARO & CO., UoMom, M. Qeoaral kiaagsr Oen. ivja'Air Slim tm FREE! ttry. r, iuijMMsa-C3fjutessfaji-