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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885012001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi 0 Itetto OEUMBtMEl Semi-McfiIuntcriorourfour-hande- mtefii 1885. 0ifm NEW SERIES-NUMBER f STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 20, 410 I H x. Stop Treating. Progressive Uchre. THE FARMER'S COLUMN. Referring to the fact that the Pendennls "Progressive euchre," requires three or After killing hogs do not permit their more tables our belrg the preferable Club nt Louisville has a rule, which it encircuses to freezs. Freezing expmds the number and Is played like the ordinary forces, that no member shall "treat" an- flesh, makes evaporation more rapid and IHiblliihetl Tucarfttt' ami Frlitawt Rime, with the exception of other, the Owensboro Messenger has a good they lose several pounds in weight. Leave the progressive feature, by which the wln article sgainsl the pernicious custom of them out just long enough not to freeze be83.UI) 1I3U ANNUM ners c fetch game dt everr table but the treating, closing thur; Quite enough has fore cutting up. first go to the table above, the losers at the been said to illustrate the folly of the with hay, as eomo a horse's W tun paid atrlctljr la advance. If we hire to li.l.ll ,..... ...... ..,.... fnr irattni' ......... T.nnlrino ami ttnntni .w. do,Fillingpermitting rackconstant supply to head table going to the foot, where partners and a wmi anv tlnis, 83.00 will be charted. are exchanged. At the head, cr first ta still greater reforms in matter cf public remain before the animal, is one of the game is played; at the oth-et- drinking we content ourselves now with most probable means of producing disease, ble a VV. I WALTON. points, that thtra may be no delay In urging the abolition of the "treating" nui- and the most positive in rendering tho an . waiting for the completion of unfinished sance. Make the Pendennis rule the law imal unfit for work. Large supplies of hay Wines. DrnRfl, Wall Paper, Musical games. When the game at first table is of the land. It is sensible and phlloeophlf. have the fleet of msking the itemtch IJooka, Liquor He Outprared 'Em. Ciiotuicata, Inslruemcnts, as It will draw the line between the "soaker" scored, a bell U struck, and the score Stationery, 'Kara, Pocket large and weak. I'nlnts, At AtchUnr, Kie the women crusaders registered at the other tables determine' and the occasional drinker bo broad and ToImccoR, Cutlery, Soups, Oils, One point should bo deeply impressed and tried by prmjr-in- g the winners In cafe of a tie, the ladies plsin, that the "itakf r" will pre it nnd me till ted a llquor-Mloo- p, Perfumery, Lumps, Macula and ttitt Is, if Needles). to Induce the proprietor of the saloon cut, the lowest winning and going to the mat every one else pees 11. 11 win save upon the d.irymtn'ri mini, article if Onr JcTfclrr, Silver rrnro and Optical Hoods Department Is In Charge ofCftJ.. to close hi plare The proprietor invited tab'e above with her psrtrer. The lady many a good mar). It will not save all. he wants to make a Xuvrr et tl 0 Tims. lUcinirUs, nm mil Repair naiciics nua uiocus promptly ana in mo mst the Udles to seats, and inked thrm to pray, coming to the tibia hm the first deal. A The mllleniuoi is still In the distance butter, be mut churn often. ere im get over three days old, no matter stjle. and then cflered himel( the following pray gilt wafer is given to esch of the two win Virtue must have some to bow cold it may be kept. If cold, it will r: ners at the head table on the completion of bring out its beauties by contrast. The get old, flat rnd frowzy. If sour the "Almighty Creator in heaver.! Thou every game and a red wfr to the couple argument of tempsrence would lose whey will eat up the best butter globwho halt wide the hetven and earth, and having the fewest points at the foot table half Ii weight, if eoms btsotted Hddle ules. created oian in Thine oiv image at ruler A white card is provide! each player, en kins were not always around with his The method by which stumps are reof t hl earth! Whlbt animals ire living on which these wafer are placed. The ecor-in- red noe "to point the moral and adorn the moved by petroleum consists in allowing grass and water, Thou didst leach Thy wr esrds should have a ribbon In the tale." the stumps to become completely saturated vaot Noah to nuke wine, and Thou didst corner, by which they can be fastened lo I'liol'ATRiA, A group of lawyers were with petroleum, and then sitting them on sot ptiniah hlov for making intemperate the clothing of the plajere. Four pr.'xea discussing the late war. fire. The method by using saltpeter, conme of it At the wedding of Cna, Thine should Le provided by the perron giving -I wae at Saitoh," a lid one, "and while sists in boring holes into the head t f the only Bir, Jesus Christ, transformed water the parly, which are won by the lady and standing undera smoky sky in a storm of stump and putting Into each one ounce ol into wines wbe the Juice of the grape, was geptleman aSnwlng the most red ones, The leaden hail, beheld the noble Albert Sid- saltpeter, and after leaving it to become exhausted, thai the enjoyment of the gueita prizes are considered a sort of a ney Johnson fight acd fall upon the blood-re- d wet and penetrate the substance of the coxul-tr- y. ightBotb. disturbed. The great reform leather medsl reward. Partner and tables altar of his country." stump, the latter is set on fire, when it will er.yMartln Luther, said; who doe at the beginniogof the game are determined "And I," aiid another, "was at the be completely consumed. not love wine, woruan and song remain a by lot, and the games should close at a when the very air was red with the " And all great un n specified hour fixed at the commencement fire of battle, and the myriad fool all hie life long That Bov.-- If his sister is kissed ly of minits aaog to witne b upon Ibia earth have been drinking of the of the playing. Chicago Journal. their death song In the ears of the brave. any one, he is always the person wine Thou hut given Thy children upon the performance and tell of it before a At the RtNK. "And don't rou skate I, too, fought bled and died for my coun- crowd. He is a'way the one to give to the thU earth. 0 Lord! we pray Thee, bave try." uses powder pi 17 upon ibeae women here who are not little girl?'' he asked as he sat down beside, "And I," said the third, "itood in the world the fact that hia sister grateful for Thy gifts, who want to make her, and wears falee teeth, and is 32 years old. fire's front at Gettysburg, when the wild "0, no sir." the Thy children like the beaiU of the field rebel yell mingled strangely with the If there is a mortgage on the place, 1st That Dr. Bourne is a graduate of one of tho beat New York MotHcaL learn." "But you can and compel thtra to drink water llkean, boy hears you speak of it, and then goes shriek of the deadly shell that plowed the Colleges. "I guess I could, but I don't want to." or, wane they arose extraragaotly and around talking about it aa though it were "And do you come here just to watch the patriot ranks. I, too, fought, bled and died lead their husbands by other extravagance were something to be pointed to with pride 2d. That he is an old Druggist, having learned tho business in Lexinges,. for my country." skaten?" not tending to oar well beinr and pleasure. Everything you say in the and had an experience cf over eight years at tho "And I, gentlemen," said a lank, reedy, prescription case. ' O, no- -I come lo watch Mrs. R." not be depriving Ike a of all pleasures solemn man; with a faded umbrella under boeom of your family that should "Who b?" of thle world, yea driving thni la ul the boy repeats, acd always his Da- "She's rPk'- " He don't his arm. "I was at Jonesboro when shot repeated of repeating it at tie wr.Dg Sd. That his Medicines are all lreab, just from the laboratories of sXw cide. the faculty York and Philadelphia. and shell sped swiftly by, and the wagqo -- ant her to come, but she will do it." arid to the wrong person. "O Lord! have mercy upjn theae Udlcw; train anu an seemed lost. JJul 1, too, was time "And why duyou watch her." Ub. That he does not trust to others, but puts up bis own hands all prelout,Ujiottvtheai;vtbyi.wer not even the If Governor Rnott could only hear half "Well, pspa wanted her to promise that a patriot, and while I neither fought nor color ofThe face which Thou hast given wouldn't lean on anybody when sho died, I bled for my country I bled the the abuse now being hesped on his head scriptions entrusted to his care. thtoi, bit thsy are .inning sgtlnst Tbee, she thtt ,te army muled Gentlemen, I am a horse throughout the State, he would at occo was skating. wiH ' ni ,nJ 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, .Medicines, Chemicals and Show Ca3e Artiand not content with nUur, paint (heir, wouldn't flirt when she was resting, and doctor. Are there any jicksjwes In this uodert land that whining parties are mere. face cles usually kept in a first class Drug and sundry store. O L)rd Thou perceive Atlanta Journal. ly of a family nature ecouraged by hire wouldn't promise, and so I came to crowd?'' that their figure U noi Toon nait made she Ho If gI lore paid for services rendered, marka aro when watch her. Theae short 6th. That his prices are just as low aa good, pure remedies can be sold; D. M. Ferry A Co , 8edmen, of Detroit, it; bat they weaxhuaa;!,, up n heir back she leans, and these long one when she Mlcb , have kindly sent ns their S.ed An- aod that the will of the people at large is like cuuelo) Tooa setst, O L irJ, mat tbeir by him in nine cafes out of 'ei 7th. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myers H6ui flirts." nual for 18S). It is one of the most artist- ignored head drea, oonilat of fUe hair, and fawhere he deals out h's executive clemency. Stanford, Ky. "And you show ihem all to ic publications ever issued by any seed when the open thejr mouthe Tnoti sttst Ihurbon News. ther." hon-r- . It has been very carefully revised, their falsa teeth. 0 Lordl theae. woman Yes, and he dates them and puts tbem and is more valuable than ever before Bishop Hugh Miller Thompson, of Mis want ruin who will patiently accept jilt tbl nway, and by and b; we'll have enough to The II ower Seed Department is especially sissippi, advif es the ProUsta t Episce pal wittout ula tho,poer Thou haaclven get a divorce on and marry somebody who valtnble, as they have taken the utni at ians not to employ negro clergymen fcr to man that all warn an ahal be. subfsct" to tribune. can't skste Sdjaratc coDgre-gattpcare lo in ture correctness aa regards names, the Southern negroes mm. The..wUtjlbar the bordwa of with white rectors are what he recitizen of Androscoggin cla s'fio tlocs, descriptions and cultural A tnarrlellfr,and obey Thy comroindito commends. He believes that the blacks mulUplr-anreplenitk.lha earth, but they county, Me, laj a wife, who vowed she directions. Their facilities for filling, respect for ministers cf their to ratae thein children; aod 0 never would he weighed. She is about si promptly snd satisfactorily, all orders in- entertain no are too ; Observer. The gentle- trusted to them are uosurpisjed by any owncolcr.-CChrist- lan two of her husband. Lor J! Thou kmoaett the Crimea they commit. big aa man tried all sorts of wari and means to house in the country; and tbeir long estabO Lordharf raercy upon them aod take Pa.vv will have to civo my teicher a vn ..... D her on the scale, and finally succeeded lished reputation is an absolute guarantee talking, to," said Jonnie Fuieltop on h'a them back into Thy boeom, take folly out of tbeir hearts, give them common sense, by a clever trick. He drove his team con- as to the quality of seeds used. Their Seed return fronnso'icoL "What baa he been that they may ret their own foolishness, taining hlmlf and wife, on an Auburn Annual is rent free on application. doing';" "Just look'at my ic tltcate. It 8 and grant that tbey may became good and man's hay scales and talked business Whtnthe-1'of March comes, 0 rover worse than last week's. He will keep right worthy clUaiaja, of pur beloved. City, of with, the man, whil,a clerk, who had,been Cleveland will lack but 14 days of being on giving me bad certificate! unless yon weifhedj the. teawi.. Theaho 48 years old. Culy one younger man haa say something to him about it. He needs AtcWrl OXord'weihaaTWeyior all lasUected, drove to Liwiston, left his wife, (who had tkabJe'Mlag beatowed upon ui," and aik been Inaugurated President and that is U. talking down a peg or so." -Thee U deliver ui from all evil, especial. not seen through the transaction) returned 8. Grant, who lacked some six weeks of A process has recently been discovered team weighed again. - lie then ly hypocritical women, and Tbine shall and had the being 47 years old when, he entered .the by which natural fl iwera of all descriptions performed a little problem in subtraction, be the praiie for ever and ever. Amen." Frank, Pierce waa three can be preserved for years, and worn and about 225 White ITouie, A nhtalnml a remtloder of months over 13, and Arthur and Garfield used in an exactly similar manner as artiThe Rights of the Press pounds. were each a trifle leas than 50. All the ficial flowers now are. The process ccniiala In a recent libel suit in Rhode Iiland, The history of ecirlet fever, aa compar- other Presidents havo been older, William of an invisible varnish, which is used the Chief Justice hid down the law In his ed with cholera, shows that both in En Henry Harrison, with hla 5a years, being to coat over the leaves, items and petals. chiritejo the jury ai follow: rope acd this country the former disesse the oldeit of them all at taking the oath "I think that a public newspaper has a does immensely mora harm than the latter. of office. Indianapolis Journal. an .owl," naid the young I wish I w right to comment upon and criticise men in Children are more liable to take the rcrlet Iver. "Whv?" she asked. Because then One thousand dollars drawn in a lottety I could stsy up all night you know, the i'lcharge of publ'c dutle. I think that fever during the third or founhyesr. This er if the publishers discover what they probably the reason why epidemics of costs tho honest people of the country ten deir," he replied. "What would you is It is want to do such a ridiculous thirg ae to be defects, they hare the right to the dlsewe recur at periods of about three thousand dollars in hard monev. "To wi: To of well known that all echemei cf like char- that for?'' she tittered. point them on If there are facts which or four rears. As tuest of the children suggest fault, I think that the public press .1- ,- .n.r.nitli!. are contract the dircarcf acter are baed upon theoriei that will not wo.' has a right to criticise and to censure If durlrg the epidemic, some tlmomustelapee stand for n moment the light of investiga watf The superstitious will be interested in in the exercise of this freedom of comment for the younger ones to grow up. It is tion. An honest man hi as little chance knowing that Ouiteau'u curse invoking they act fairly and honestly and meaning very fcr a person to have scarlet fev. of making a iquare, honest cipture of a dread calamities on all instrumental in prize in a lottery aa to be e truck by a thun- bringing him to the Bal'oaa ia "wcrking." to do what is right, they cannot be litld cr talc. derbolt by standing out in a cummer's Col Corkhlll has jls fallen heir to $100,- accountable. It Ik of great iropoitarce to This country products annually (ire and Frankfort Capital. rain. the public that the netppei( should have (00 of the ''root of all evil." a ball billion oysters, or to state the fact If there should be none to this liberty A' midget, two feet, nine inches tall, hundred mllllcn a week. more clearW one The C'eveland Leader pathetically speaks ceneurecr locriticiie, frauds would grow This is 11 )t quite enough to give each voter who was married to a straping big fellow Ilia of Gen. Grant's "declining years." more intolerable, to the nmnifett peiil of in the country nn oyster stew once a week. of G feet, had lo be delivered of a child by iccent refusal of Mr. Vanderbill's generous the public welfire, and iheiefore, you can The trouble Is, however, that, as the popu what Is known as the Caiar!sn operation. It nfrr:ilif. first evidence that the General nee that the public have a great interest in lation of the country increaica, the life in was found that tho child was in a trans has at last arrived at bla "declining" jctra. maintaining unshackled the right of the the oTBter beda dccreant". In 1SS0 forty- - verse position. Tho child waa dead and -f- N. Y. Worll. public prers to freely and fairly crilicire " .. t.mliMa At ovstcrs were taken to tho the mother will dio. Two Dangerous Seasons. beds. Now ouly Spring and Fall aro times when so tnanv people "Johnny, have you been Gibtlnj.?" acre of the CnesspcaU Ducklen's Arnica Salve. twenty Gvo bushels can bo procured. gtt ilcV. TLe changes In the weather ro icrero gravely inquired Mrs. Jarphly. ThottstSiilToln the world for Cuts, ltrulsca, on feeble penons, and oven mosowuo are sirong m Totter, Ferer "Ho, ma'm" promptly answered the heir The Easteun Shouu Sinicinci -'- Iho Sores, tlloors, Salt Itbeura, Corns, Sores, all Skin atcant.as thcT say, "to le feeling miserable.' and Chapped Hands, Chilblains, setof the Jsrphlvs, IH Than they are Just In condition to bostruclcdown whole peninsula is slowly but surely Krnptlons anJ jHltlvcly cures Piles, or no pay re"John Scherrnorboru, how dare to" toll tling beneat'i tho wavei, ar.d while of no quired. I li guaranteed to giro roifest satlsfac-tlo- r wlthsomoVlndofisrer. A bottloor two cf Park Tonic will Invigorate tho digestion, put tho Prico2J cents per box. cr's kidneys and blood lu perfect order and ins an untruth!" exclaimed bU mother. vital concern to this or the succeeding ltver, Where did vou get that black eye, Mi?" Generation, yet, at its present rate of sub Vonalct Tnte A Penny. more ecrlous attacks. Why suffer and "1 traded another boy two frott teeth sidence--, It is only a question of a few wbenaisluirlo a medicine will save you? A Hew Discovery. Good for both sexes and all ago. Chesapeake and the nose fjr it'" replied Jonnie, when the tickle nnd broken Mr. Win, Thomas, of Newton, Iowa, wjs, "My ru he crefstd the wocd pile. boisterous Atlantic ball meet in loving has been seriously affected with 0 cough fur twen Positive Cure for Piles. years, ami this Spring more, than ever be over our ino'ildering bones. To the roople of this county wo would say that is slid that Ore.il llritaln Iisb 550 war embrace It fore, bho had used many remedies wiinoui re- - weharobeonglTentbe agency ol Dr. Marchtsl's Virninian. llcf, and bolng urgod to try Dr. King's New Disvt'tyb; France iloO; the United States, 139, Eistein guaranteed Pile parties are in eijlf. Eich covery, did o, with most gratifying results. The Itallaw or modey refunded Internal, ExUrral, maltei Quotations and Germany not quite 100. What to cure d tho first bittlo rcllrcd her Toryuiuch and the second Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Pilco 50 cents the matter wore, not oco of our 139 veetela guest conies with three quotations, hi auloltlclus absolutely cured her. She lus not had a bos. No euro, no pay. Penny A McAllster, would hoof any account In a contest with company is to give the names of tho or so good health for thirty )ers." Trial bottles Druggists. Penny's Drug Store. Largo size 81. thebatir clireol vessels of other nationr. thors. Prizes, er favors, b a il.wer those frro at Tate Daughters, Wives and Mothers. It is plainly our duly to be humble and whatever you like, ate presented to there cmpbatiolly gusrantoo Dr. Marchtsl's When We Nevtr Give Up, teep a civil tongue In our head until we returning the correct answers a female remedy, to cure Fcmals DiseasR s are a nurnlnr of correct ansaers, tho favors If you are suffering with low and deprcised spirtroubles, Inflammation and are better equipped for n q isrrel appetite, general debility, dlwdeied es, such as Ovarian its, loss of are drawn by lot. All winds up with a blood, weak constitution, headache, or Ulceration, Falling and displaccmsnt or bearing ten Advertiser Barrenness, Change supper nt the expenro of the hostess. mture, by all means procure a down feeling, Irregalarlttics, many weaknesses sTAtiH, c( Life, Uucorrhoea, besides MiKOiinivrs bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised above, like Headache, BloatFUEi: DlfcTHinUTIO.V. ilia DrujgUti, wlio ar nlwnj. It&klu; slur In" the rapid improvement that will follow; springing from tho " What cmism tho grwt null at Mcliobcrls & toaoowill bo Iniplredwltli uow life; strength and ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deof their cuitomr, lm nou necuinl tliu you Inttrwt Heart, 4c. For aale by Slagg's Drug More ?" Tho frcodlitrlbutlon of sample Couglmml Lungi)rui,nrrin return, iuln and misery will cease bility, Palpitation of the alecf Pr. Uosunko'a Cough aud lung g) nip, tho actlrltr will t 60 per bottle. Bend In the rralss of druggists. Prices 81 and to euro Cotdi, 1'alns In tin bottles ?( Dr. r.lj Unit iucr fslti nd henceforth you will rrjolco for Coughs, ColJs, Consumption a uoiue vj iio to Dr. Marchlsi, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Vor jiroof IVugln, nut Kpiilr reinody ll.nt, iiiul oil Lung Aircctloni. Itfgular sit 50 lllKtric Bitters. Eold al 30 cents CO For aale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. lingular ctuL and Dronchltls uow oa tho omUU saropl bottl- - M'ROBERTUSTAGG Opera House Block, rEA.in:iis in ...... five-poi- Stanford. Ky., 1 fire Arm, first-clas- s back-groun- d XJ g red-waf- 'lit 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 Give me a trial. H. C. Ruplejr Wll-dercc- ia Seven Things To Remember. bank-rnptc- y, cnt ti 4 OUR- it w TAmrr f MMsWsWMft MISSES' .AJNTJO CHILDREN s con-eid- FINE KID AND GOAT -- ar SHOES ! B w m n orinc-ayrelunJ- pre-Tc- nt Ed KIT, ! lo cen-tur- ty-fi- y TRY A PAIR & ui t BRUCE M'ROBERTS, "i '. STANFORD, try a trr ilu cents and Sl.OO, APeuny. OANHLLE. BOYLE C0UN1Y. Parties digging a well in Logan county unearthed the skeleton of a hnmtn being Col. Tho. M. Gibbons was tried seven feet high. Thursday for the very serious offense of Commerce bill, after n shooting off a fire cracker on 2d street. The Inter-StatJanuary 20, 1885 Sttwford, Ky., long debate, was defeated in the Senate by Afier a patient investigation by Justice S a votoof 32 toll. S. Fry netting as Police Judge, the defend W. P. WALTON. A solid chuck of gold, from Mexico, ant was totind not guilty. weighing 5.GI0 pounds, is on exhibition at Mr. Joseph Knox in company with the World's Exposition. Or. L.S. McMuttry left Thurslay for a Tns dealh of Capt. 0. R. Mason, which The 81 blind children in the Kentucky private aylum near Cincinnati where he occurred latt week at his home near S.aun Institution for their education, c:et Ihn will b treated for a diseased mind which from the busj icenea of too, Va.,iemovca State $28,205 07 last year. has grown so ferloua that his friends Would Itint.ljr risk life one of Kb busiest worker as lor more your nttontion to tho fact that thoy have jnst returned Competition has run the price of steer- thought it imprudent to neglect it any nearly .than CO years he was identified with irom tho cities with n lurgo, freuli and woll selected stock of t age acroaa the Atlantio to $11, with a proa-pec- longer. Under proper treatment a comevery public Improvement in Virginia and of that it will go lower. plete restoration ia looked for. in Kentucky and adjoining jtatea. tannj Tho wife of Jmtirc Stanley Mttthf w The Danville Literary Club mot FriBarn of obscure parents and thrown upon is dying at her home in Washington. She day eveniog at tho residence of Hon. J. S. his own resources at an earlr age, without last sue of the Louisville Democrat haa been The ill for some time past. Van Winkle when "The Right of Expa Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guar education and with no friends or relatives contains an able editorial on the subject of Daniel Hitman, "the Iron King of triation" wa discuaaaJ by Messrs. M.J. nntec. Onr aim shall bo at nil times to supply every want in our line. toaaatsthim, his success in life was most "Tutl'a Liver Pills." It ia a decided im Western Kentucky'" died a few days since Darham.Jas. L.Allen, O. Beatty-an- d J. . remarkable and is a bright illustration of provement on the dreary political article indomitable cterey, coupled with a and we commend its perusal to those read In the Insane Asylum an Hopkinsvillo. S. Van Winkle. Other members present what Senator McCulIoch haa drafted a bill were Messrs. C fl. KoJeJ, J. A. Cheek, J. head fall of good common sene can accom- ers who have besome surfeited on too much Consists of tho standard brands of Europo and America. Our largo lino to make the bonded period of whisky in- C. Files, A. B. Nelson, J. W. Prcctor, J. plish. Most of that great thoroughfare, of a good thing. The fact that Mr. Tutt of cooking stoves includes thojuttlycolobratol "Groat Western K?aervo" and A. Quissenberrr, J. B. Walton, R. A John the Chesapeake &Ohb railroad, was built has just closed his fifth yearly contract for definite and has presented it to Congrea.. many other fatuity favorites. The wife of ox State Treasurer Allison, stone and E. II Pierce. by him. He contracted for its first section advertising in Brother Munnell'a paper "of Virginia, was burned to death at Knox-vill- e OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENS WAKE STOCK cousists in part An old colored man namod Charles time in the 1830's, was its first super shows that he i a man of sense and knows by the explosion of a kerosene lamp. Mullens was found frczn to death Satur- oi Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glasswaro richly cut and etched. iateadent and after laboring on it for fifty how to put his money where it will do the Graham Wilder, of tho firm of J. B. day morning in a thicket In Rice'u Bnd, In tho way of Brcadstuffa wo veHl Tears aiw its successful completion. most good. A man is apt to have the liver name liuckwhent flour, tho queen of all tribes. Tie amount of money he made would have complaint after a too long ontinued peru- Wilder A Co., the prospective heir of mil- this county. He was not a drinking man, Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, whilo lions, died in Louisville, Siturday, aged and the only explanation his friends offer Tasked him with the largest millionaires sal of lb.o Democrat's columns. liico and Hominy, our own patiotio product?, arc arrayed ns faithful adjuncts. 42 financial fail for his death la that he waa very religious of the country, but for the The Mt. Sterling Sentinel Democrat saye: Parish McAfee, chopping down trees and in the habit of going to a lonely place All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro here. ure of some of the enterprises that he un- "Elliot Watkins, one of the Barnett gang, near Hunlsville, Ala., waa pinned (o to pray. They think while so engaged be Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric lamp, Stationery. Canned dertook and the weakness he had for "go who would come who was recently pardoned by Liout. Gov. the earth by a limb, and died of starva- became chilled and waa unable to rise to Jfeats and Fruits, and a completo line of Cigars nnd Tobiccos. iageecurity" for friends Well this is -- 4o.kira in distress. He, however, leave a Hindman, because he was "dying of con- tion. his feet aod consequently frou to death oniy a hint of what wo have. sumption," is able to ride on horseback Tracy, Holt & Co., Louisville, home Mr. James S, Cbrieman, clerk of the large estate and his seven children will be Believing that wo can make it to your interest, we oufidently ask an ox and is about well." The Lieut. Governor furnishing and decoration goods, assigned. Boyle circuit court, will give up his office animation of well provided for. Though some sixty our goods nnp your patronage, should learn to diagnose a case correctly Liabilities $10,000, Eistern creditor; assets about the 1st of February, having made jreareof age at the breaking out of the war, before he goea into the pardon business. unknown. Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. arrangements logo into busineea in Knox fcls lore for the Southern cause led him to Furthermore, a man who has committed a Collins, the contractor for the done ville, Tenn. Mr. R-t- d S. NichoU, who ewlistwjth Stonewall Jackson, who made penitentiary offense, deserves nothing more work of the Frankfort Custom House, has now holds the cE-- o of county clerk will him Captain of his engineer corp3. He than to die in the institution shojld deata absconded, leaving debts to the amount of probably be appointed by Judge O.T'ley to tkas known as "Jackeon'd Bridge Builder" overtake him there. $2,500 or more. fill the vacancy caue I by Mr. Chrlsman'n asd it ia related of him that on one occv Q. W. Murphy, of Americu, Ga , took resignation. Judge Owsley' appointee can Accohdino to the Ljulsvllle limes Mr. aioa he put up a bridge before the draught .man hid furnished the design and when Dupont must be a hard matter, for notwith- 30 lashes on hia bare back anJ signed a hold until the first Monday in August the drawing was handed to him be replied: standing Col. Sears believe' in free trade statement that he waa a liar for slandering when an olection must be held by the peoDHALKl. IN ple to fill out the balance of Carisnian's "Yoa can keep your 'plctur,' the bridge is and sailor'a rights, he forcjs him to grind a respectable woman. The Kansas republican Senators and unexpired term. And ust here Is as good HHnlwHro, Homo fihocM, Groceries, NhiIiMch, built." The writer, who was first his clerk out protection article, which are ciuiing SinllM, Iron, )iiceiiMHarc, UiiRKy Whips, and his bright Representatives in caucus unanimously a place as any to say that Mr. Alex Andrr-son- , afterwards a partner with him in the him to bjcjrue aad-jy- ed and lltijrgy WhcvlH, fstoven, Cano MHIk, IlarucMf, of Danville, will b a candidate to till construction of a number of miles of rail- young life to waste away. We are obliged nominated John J. Iogalla for re election SpoIicH, OratCH, Older Mills, deTorfi, road, knew him well and can testify that for the explanation. It has been generally to the United States Senate. the balance of raid unexpired term, his The River and Harbor bill apgropri-at- e candidacy subject to the action of the KluiH, N.oneware, Com ShellcrH, Collars, heart ever beat in human b'heved that the course of the Post was bo truer, warmer $11,399,200. Eitimates prepared by demccratic party. fraae than did in the breast of Claiborne cjverned entirely by a desire tj be on the JCaeon. It was a rule of hia to assist any opposite aide in every thing that the Courier-Journ- engineers in charge of various improve-J- udge T. P. Young, of the Police Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brlnley Combined Flows, Wooden and ments amounted to $31,507,030. Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tia Eo3i who shewed a desire ad voca tes . straggling young man Court is confined to his reiideuce by a te The valleys about Chattanooga are vere attack cf erysipelas. ins and Guttering-- will have prompt attention. to do something for himself and hundreds Mr. J T. Exposition ia proving Tiie New flooded, and that city is practically abut of Item, ourielvea among the number, owe a van failure, owing ta numerous cause.. Chamberlain, of Georgetown, Texas, ia in ' John Iirlght,Jr. Jura much for their start in life. At the The railroad fare thence is too high, the off from the world, except by one line of town the guest of the family of his uncle, time of his death he wis the head of the hotela are trjinj to gouge the last cent out railway, the Eist Tennessee, Virginia & Mr. Jai. K. Carrigan. Mr. Chamberlain was tbejiiler of his county when the noted firm of Mason, Hoge & Co., lesees of the of a man, the managers are not equal to Georgia. Weight Leroy was hung in San Fran- desperado, Sam Penitentiary, beside) heading the emsrgency, &:., and so on. The Kentucky Bias, was killed and is cisco Friday for the murder of Nicholas probably the man who brought him to the numerous other firms in railroad building, are not sufficient to pay the employes caal and iron mining, &c. Possessed of a and they are threatening to burn the con- Sterritt, an aged capitaliil, whom he chok- earth as he waa one of the posse who er remarkable knowledge of human nature, cern down unless they are paid, A change ed to death for refusing to give him a check tered a bar room to arrest Bias and when for money. everybody else scattered, stood up and shot a thorough master of business, a fine calcu of minajement ia talked of. The newly discovered tin mines of with him until Boss retreated desperately figure-- , lator, though without the aid of A woman in Herkimer county, N. Y., Rockbridge county, Va., extend over an wounded. The next day he was found DIlltllMwith a will of iron and constitution of who wanted to rid herself of one husband area eight mines in length by one in width, dead in a wood outelde of town Mr. Drugs, Books. Stationery and steel, he was a useful man to his day and generation and it was well for them that to enable her to get another whom she and eome of the ore taken out has vieded Chamberlain haa just returded from a visit .T.mJ Fancy Articles. to Tenn'sce and will shortly remove with kh life was prolonged much past the four loved better, shot him, boiled the meat off from 50 to Gtf per cent, of metal. The effort to establish a female college his family to St. Louis. rhyilcl ti' jnKrlplloDi rturllj core. We shall venerate hi memory, his bonea and fed it to the bogs and then Alto V feeling that whatever of success we have burned the bones. Perhapa this mode of under tho auspices of the Methodist Episcodispatching a man may be the one which pal church, at Baltimore, has so far pro- students of n Western Theological The achieved in life is in a considerable meas some reporters term "killing him dead." grewcu mat $i3j,uuv or tne sijuu.uuu re- Seminary are reported to have ditcussed ure due to bis assistance and example. quired has already bten subscribed. the question whether, in case of n prayer The Larget Stock of "Watches, docks, A cowardly assassin attempted to JfEwsrArEit Changes Ojr esteemed Mike Dolin, an old man of 82, was con- having been read from n printed slip on a murder Col. T. D. Marcuni, editor of the Jewelry and Silverwara friend, Mr. B. J, Newlon, has sold the r and eentecc formal ocoaion, and there having been a Cattle'.taburg Democrat, Siturday night aud victed twice for Richmond Iltrald to his brother, J. D Unigbt ed to be hung in Lincoln county,Tenn. A typographical error, entirely reversing the Krer Lowttt. to thti lairktt Prlfrt Lower Dun Ibe came near auceedin . The Colonel ia bad-hu- rt Watthet, Ootln ami Jrwflrr H. NewJon and Capt J. A. G. "Williamson dying confersion was made by a man in meaning of a passage, the petition was reon ihoit noUro ud Wtmntl. but will recover. The scoundrel was and with Prof. C. P. Williamson has purAlabama, who had committed the mur ceived by Piovidence aa uttered oraa origichased the Apostolic lima which ia printed not recognized and ia still at lare. He der, thua barely saving the man'a life. nally written? The debaters spent a whole IT. C. IIItlGHT. atlsxington. In the whole press fraterni- deeerves a dastard' death. F. OF II RAX. Jefferson ville and Louisville, capital- evening over the point and then had a tie ty, we do not know a more thorough By simply adding a y to an eight dollar ists are now organizing a cable Uxtj com- vote. or a more pleasant companion than check, John Strauaberry, of Winchester, pany to cross the Obio River. Passengers The camel haa twice the carrying potter firo. Newlon, and while we regret to- give nude $72, but he haa been arr&slsd and the ate to be taken over in a cab suspended to of an ox, With an ordinary load of 4C0 him up in secular jiurrulisra, we shall amount will not half pay hia lawyers, to a heavy cable and run by steam. It will pouoda he can travel twelve to fourteen wish him the greatest measure of success say no'.hin?of the two or three years of require $100,000 to complete the work. days without water, going fourteen miles a in hia new field. The Mr. Newlon who lost time in the Penitentiary. Geo. Moxley, of Hampton, Ky , waa day. They are fit to work at five years will take charge of the Herald has been its The poll tax in Union county, this State quietly and sanely reading in hia parlor, old but their strength bejins to decline at foreman and knowd the work from the -when with howla he rushed fiercely upon IN- twenty five, although they live usually unmanuscript up. The Begitlcr siya that has been fixed for the year at $5 50. Oar hia family. Seven men bound him, he countyonly demands a dollar u head and til forty. They are often fattened at thirty Gap.. Williamson was formerly on the snapped asunder the ropea and for IS hours fur food, the llesh tasting like beef. staff of that sterling old daily, the Rich- yet the eherifl returned 731 delinquents lingered in this horrible torment before We would like to know how the Union mond (Va ) Dispatch, and is a &ood newsdeath came. To get oven with their doctors, two paper man. May they have pleaeant rail sheriff cornea out. The cost of burying Congrefsman famillea in Atlanta recently ornamented Senator Williams said in a ppeech at Haskell, of Kanea.', was $3,243. The coftag and maintain the excellence that Bro. the graves of their deid children with botWashington Saturday that the Kentucky Uewlon has attained for the paper. fin and equipments amounted to about tles containing what remained nf the inedi The Mercer CilUen has gone to meet the Railroad Cimmission was not worth a cent and the balance was expended by the cinea prescribed by the attending ptiysi-ciinOasrille Trilunc, where the wicked cease and the old man for once drove the cen- Congressional Committee which escorted AND The bottles bore the druggist' la tre. r Tram troubling and the delinquent the remains from- - Washington, for car- btlr, the preecriptioas, and the nimea of gets his deserts in well, leta drop NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. riages, cigars, fruit, fifty-fiv- e pairs of kid the physicians. The demise of the the awful subject. The Washington Mounment coat $1, glove and numerous costly lunches Gliscn ehows that a paper that u neutral Mgistrate (nealy appointed) -"- Now Gen. McClelland will be grand mar 100.000. in politics has even less show than a rabid The iron manufacturers, Oliver Bros. shal of the (' eveland inauguration pro constable, what cases tbia morning?'' Porepublican shest. The Democrat has pur- & Philip?, Pittsburg, have failed for $o, cession, Gen. Hancock having declined on lice Sergeini "Please, your worahlp, I chased the subscription liat of the Citiztn 000,000. account of the death of hia son. Rooms on have in custoJy John Simmona, alias and now has the field to itself. We shall John J. Cieco & Son, Wall street bank the firat floor along the line of march on Jone, alias Smith, al " Magiatrate .suae Col. Nat Gaither'a bright editorials era, have euspended. Liabilities eaid to be inauguration day command $200 to $300, "Ab, well I'll try the women firat. Bring found it and regret that Mr. Card-fe- ll Jones.'' $2,000,000. and those higher up are held at $10 to to bury his pet. The Kentucky Prohibitionists have $20, while $1 per heid ia charged lor orangea, grown In Florida, Tur. Blue Grats Clipper taa been sold to called a convention for the 19.h of March, windows from which to watch tho procesare co called besauaa when peeled they are Mr. J. M. Hoge and Brother Spots wood at Louisville. sion. aodry that one can eat them while wearing can no longer refer to my two paper?, both Andy Muaaelraan, an old office holder, St. John in a long interview again dekid gloveH without damaging the gloves in weekly. nied the charge of collusion in the late while acting in the cipicity of deputy the least, They are small, aromatic in AT AM. TIMES A I'UI.I, 1.JNE OP sherlffin Louiaville, received from gam-bler- 11 Gov. Knott haa fixed Friday, February Presidential campaign. ivor, aod of the Mandarian variety. the tinea assessed against them on The council of Louiaville finds Dr. 29th for the execution of William Neal, the last of the perpetrators of the Ashland SallivHn of that body guiltv of taking conviction. He Bank the money and was Consumption Cured. dismissed. The ahurifT legally fought the An oU physician, retired from jiuctlce, tinting Wag-on- s. murder, when the Gibbona family waa street contracts contrary to law. The flour mill of David Keefer & Sons, liability to make good the theft. The In- bad placed In hit hsnJs br tn Knit India mission killed after the two young girla had been ary the formula of a tlmplo vrgetablo remedy for ji me omer two, Jillis waa Oovington wai destroyed by fire. Load, scrutable Superior Court baj decided that the speedy and permanent euro cf Consumption, rarviencu. the gamblers muit py their fines over hanged by a mob and Craft waa legally ex $00,000; Insurance estimate! at Rroncnltls, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and A tetrible colliery explosion occurred again, This ia wonderful low. The Gjv Lung Affection, alsia poiltI-- 9 nnd radical euro ecuted. In addition to the three persons killed br them, they were the cauee of tho in tho great coil mine at Lieyin, in Pas le ernor ia appealed to for a remission of the for Nerrous debility and all Nervous Complaints, Of the H men in the double fine. Mueselraan has never been aftr having tested Its wonderful curative powers Ashland mob, which fired on the State Calais, France. in thousands of cases, has felt It his dulylo make prorccuted. guards and which in turn fired killing sev- mine none escaped death. It known to his suOcrlng fellows. Actuated by Senator Z. B. Vance was nominated eral innocent men, women nnd children This from the highly prized Frankfort this motive and n desire to rollcvc human siller They havo coat the State perhnpi a hun- for re election by tho democratic caucus of Capital makes us feel almost aa good aa if Ing, I will eend frco of charge, to nil who dts'rv It, this In German, French or dred thousand dollars and it ia amazing the North Caralina Legislature, which set- we knew every lino of it waa true to the with fullrecipe, directions for preparing and using, bcul that one of them should yet be above the tles him for another six years. letter: Among those things terreatial by mall by addressing with stamp, naming lb Congressman Hiscock has withdrawn which may be likened turf. He would not havo bien had our to Tennyson's brook, aper, XV. A.Noves, 110 Powers Block, Roches Jaws not been the wont executed in the from the New York Senatorial canvas-- . is "Walton's ItrrEKion JoonsAt, which al- ter, N Y. He had eight votea, all of which go to world. cum: run i'ii.km. ways goea on, rain or shine, week in and Evarts, thua putting him out of reach of week out, with tho same musical, but logif , ijjlii Pile aro frequently preceded by a Tata eantiment expressed liy tho Louia- - any porsible danger. Intbo back, lotus and lower part of tho abdomen, r cal rhythm. Walton ia the generally endoraol: be in. Felix Henry waa hanged at Ed . wr .i r ...1I,t. I l...l : iU FTt. editor of the Kentucky preass. He is CRiulngtl.opitlent to suppoie ho lias some nfl(tlon waruaviiie, in,, for the murder of Ilenrv fearless and vigorous, and attacks fraud of tho l.ldnoy. or neighboring organ. At tlmwi, . ! . symptoms of Indigestion nro priit, ni tlatiilonrj, that necda reorganizing more than tho Uni- - ,. " ,'u"cn' I0.3, "' and official inia:onduct wherever he dis tnipailness of tho stomach, etc, A molaturr, like ted filatea Senate we have no knowledge of . i' -d night before uie cxecuiiot cerns It. Ilia vigorous, fearlcea pen has prrrplratlon, producing n ery dliagrtoabto Itching, It would he a moat fortu playing r French harp. ii existence. after getting warm, Is a ery common nttend.mt All the above goods havo been bought very Low won for him a place on tho rural press Wind, !!Iodlngniid Itching 1'ilos yield for the welfara of the country nato thing aud Thirty-aiat onceto the of the thirly.eiiht Statta u lilcli arts will be sold if nearly every senator in that body could have appropriations for various amounts In which he may almost bo eatd to aland application of Dr. iVoMiiko's I'll the smallest possible niarjgn. We redirectly upon tho pirts nfTrclnl, nborUn; tli be mddenly relegated to private life. giwn them for the public buildings in bills alone. -- Judga Mitchell C, AlforJ, of I.exing- - Tumor, nlla) Ing thslntstiM Itching nml aftctlni--n spectfully ask an inspection and too much arm before the Ifouie. Kentucky and i'.hoi!.- There U too uiuoh invite competition: Prices permanent cur. I'rfe SO al. Addrwi tli Dr. tocracy, too much ooncoi and too much de Islsnd ore the only htalea vrbiah Imw'ton, in h onndidito to icprccent layette IluMuko Jlsdkltm Ce riflua, Ohio. Sola Jlcliou-rt- s aud goods guaranteed. none. oiun'y hi the Slate Sfinte. li Stagf. .BRIGHT & cal in t hat auguf t tribunal! Saw-ffileeHBlnlenorlounwI FeARtxa perhaps that the people will for get that there is such an Individual bb tho Governor of Kentucky, Gov. Knott seems to have decided to arouse them to a recollection of the fact by launching' with full steam up into the pirdoning business. Two cjw.1r.ll7 pistol toting hotses in Jem-minthe brutal Lsuiaville policeman who unmercifully clubbed a Swim immigrant. a couple of murderers and perhipe others were relieve'! of the penally of their crimes last week. The Governor is on the downward road to the disfavor of law-loSag people and the first thing be knows he wont ba held in even as much esteem as his predecessor. e, v e The New Groceries and Hardware House of TAYLOR BROS. ffaai&y Qirooeirtesc 0M -- Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery use W. H. HIGGINS I In al O.-lea- Fenny M'JLOrtn PHARMACISTS, coidj-cudJc-- GWEfei", Iff -- S3n2?Xk J. JEWELERS. - wife-murde- ed gen-tlem- - BRIGH T & MAN. DEALERS $1,-00- 0 Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- a. IMPLEMENTS Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend aiul Hamilton per Turning Plows. Clip- coxnintixu or "Kid-glove- two-third- Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at sledge-hamme- Wo also havo a largo Lino of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for 'J .Zi.i J' .n-ni- 0URRAN. wfTniiiiijiiMMMaMic nal ibi mniiwii CoitA, aged 5 years, daughter of Florence M. Yowell, died Saturday of croup. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Dried applea wanted at T. R. Wa- Stanford, Ky., LAN. January 20, 1885 Nieid,rosromcE Lurel county, and Chss. 8 Nield A has been established at lton'. 275 mn.. , ..AI.J . rcieocf. Wopkly ncw i:iilitiio, cn- Ohio last year made 2 000,000 pouYids clarrrinr. ditcnrcrlta. fnrpntionq end nMnti Iz will piy you to get our prices on cof- of maple sugar, and half n million gallons i"mnn. "pinii,afn:r(n-,rL- , ivcrv rjir.timbpr llluttratcit Willi (Written on the deatli ul "I tttto Tot." divgh-te. . i'Imhoh furnl.U-- i Wall train ttolng Norlli .,..,....., U 43 r. h. fee, by sack, before purchasing. V have of maple syrup in.fi.Ta' ubl .r.nc drp-dl- a of inf. rmatlnn whith of Mr. anil Mr. John W. r, nnliulon ) 1 SO r.u. u ooiiin... t..n ....... 1 12 l.Sf. over 50 bags at prico that will astonlih you. KtPfMitrain" riouth... r.fLLHTirJ Amfwcam it encU that it cr- -J- udge M.H. Owsley sold 11 hhds. of List! Hear the commotion 'motif? benreiilr things, ..... 4 UV A. If I Bright & Curran. Worn., "I ""- - it i jumiig ieiri'ory ,' comb nnj, I'nff flWajmr. Diwouuttobecco in Louisville for $0 65 all around.-Lancar- ter Tbe whisjierlng of anrsli, tho ruitllrig of w Idi-- i, ' !.0(. ? The atiorn ! calculated on atandard tluie. Bolat 'dbrn'l nwKjralri. MUNN&COruuiiausrs, Ao. 1 Ilroadwsy, . Y. Thebinneri unfurling, the trimplln'od'et, n News tmel aluut 'rt uilnutci faster A. The sudden chinge in the weather Mnon f. Co. haa As the jmtlflml souls treiJ the gildan stroet . alio bad Thlrty-Oov- en The barn of P. Jl.Thompsan, of Faycjupled with the snow and sleet stopped Years' LOCAL NOTICES. Hart' There sotinii the kc.nole front t'is heavprictlco liflor the town clock Fridsy night. Tho mur- ette county, was burned last week with a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho ratent Office, and tiaro prepared enly choir. mora than Ono Hundred Thous- heavy crop of tobacco. Suppose! to be And each holy ilngtr Is tuning a lyre; Bur jour echool books from Peony & cury dropped about 10. p.inia id mo ina jinnliPAlii r.a And the Loulavllle MoAliKler. the work of on incendiary. railed Btatea e rd foreign conntiies. Nor the portals of pearl, wMionen they fllog, and Jewelry repaired on short Watch ra Richmond is to have a creamery. Mr. There is now quite a rsge for llolstein And their loud hoiannas, the choristers slag Aiicnmentfl. and all otber rubers for Courier-Journ- al .McAli notice nuil warranted or leaay eeenrme to Inventors their vlchta tn tha Tnylor, the gentleman who secured tho sub- cattle, and in a little time Kentucky will Dut what meins tint corroy of ann-- li ao bright lTn,t,l Rtitpfl. fnniifti. rnfftsmt. I riMe. ter. UermaiiT and other forelcn countrlei. One year for only 8.1 two opers for little Tooy thrive better upon Coming yonder with a form all robid In while? and on reaeonabletermii. A C0Mfr.CTK tock of Jewelry, latet scriptions for the stock company here, is be full of them. more than the prico 01 one. Information aatooLtainlnf patents cheer-fol-ly It la an InfintDut the carry ia band, ntyjr. itocktoru watches a (pecinity. I'eu-n- j there, and Is meeting with good success. blucgriM than upon any other food. ef glten without charge. y S nhtatned Transporting it thus from the 4nrr.rn,linn l.nt frfi land. & McAIUter. uy paying tit ft y u vlll receive for one year Yeoman. Ibronsh ilunn i. ( o. ara noticed la the. Hclentifto Wk have received from Dr. P. W. Logan, homo ppr w th tha jour , the American free. Tho advantage of such notira ia reprrfrniatlre uw,un.)er of the South, democratThe cereal production of the United Now aa they all pour in, their mthemi aria-well understood by all penonanbo with to dlipoao of Knoxvllle, a pamphlet on "Catarrhal PERSONAL. And thus a nf lhf.il. ti.tn.t. ic and for a tarlll fi leveoue only, nnd ths beat, little "Tot" eotera piradlu, States for 1881 wssi Corn, 1,705,000,000 And we tlilote ai they come, and all turn to ice, Irlghteit and a'.le.t family weekly In tbe United Addres MITNN A CO., Office BCUOntTW Mucous Membrane," which is considered AllEICA, 3C1 Ilroadway, h'evr lorw. Mies Ruth Cuow is visiting her States. Ibrue wbo dcilro to examine sample by physlctnn as a most exhaustive paper bufhels; wheat, nearly 511000,000, and Cbrlat said "Let the lltt'o oco come unto me." copy of the Courier-Journcan do so at this offlcs old ncho.ilmtte, MI"1 Hetijr Pennington, oats, 683,000,000. on the subject. We know ahe ta hippv In tin Savior's arms, Mim Ritoiu 1'oiiTMAN cimo home J. II Boulden, of Bourbon, sold to Where glories ahlni rund hor anl sweet mutle Tug Stanford Mills are now in s from Hamilton College a few days ago on charms, Win Hendricks CO choice, 2 year-ol- d account of lckne. running order, and I) Mattingiy & Son are mules at $112 50 per head. And we cau almost hear her tonjue aay, J. L. Patter- - -- Coino Man and Papa from babyearl h away." tbo Mk8. Leo Havdeh and Mr. Dan Mil prepared to do all kind of custom grinding. son sold to Penmylvnia bjyers 30 eood ler hare gone to Fort Worth, Teia, to They will also piy tbe highest market yearling mules at $100 "Come all ray dear Irlenis to thla beautllul placo, per head And Join In the glad song of redeeming grace. price for wheat and wish some right at risit their aifter, Mr.. Dddlejr Portwood. B Q. Cover has just returned from Come, Jeans will lire you aa lie now lores me, Mn. ami Mit. John 8. H unites once. Atlants, where he sold a of 16 And from pain anl sorrow you'll erer bj free " tnotfd into their h,ndotne new houi1, Down in Tennessee last week, in two to 10 hand mules at $117 50 ne It. U Cochran, stw I'eabody, next below the Chriotian church, ye'lenlny. days' hunt, H. C. Bright and J. B. 0ens several lots of 2 Kanta, Jin. 1855. year-olmules sold at Dit. J. B. Owsley was elected ono of killed 150 pirtridger. They never saw $01 lo $75. The demanJ is eood but SEW ADVKBTIRKMEim. the directors of the Pint National Dank of birds so plentiful and never experienced prices are low. Klixabclbtown and Mr. J, P. Urinvs wai such fine sport. It is for those reasons During the year 1881, CjI L P. Mu'r both as director and cashier. that they withhold the locality as they do sold by auction in tho Stales of Missouri, M. PEYTON, -- Jji AitTHi'K P. Mills, the gentle not wish to put othrr hunters on tbe trail. Kansss, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky A.TTOUNEY AT XiA.VT, 8TANKOHD. KY manlr commercial tourlat, who rtpriseots MNAWBW' Messiu.S H. Shanks, 8. J. Embry, C. and Indiana 2,231 head of pedigree Short All builoii froirp ly and iarfully attended to. here the l)reaakerMoore Putter C , tlC-IVanoy and Henry Wilson held a fifth of a horn cattle for the sum of $500,053, an av Office on Lanr Jilt r Street. Saturday. They do tay that he Is scon to ticket that drew $500 at tbe last drawing crogc of $213 35 per head. become a Benedict and that a DaoTllle Sn"- -. the Uwensboro .Vetmtijt, says: The of the Liuisiinu lottery. This will cause ! botulr I the fortunate lady. As Kip Van tobacco has been coming in slowly the past thousands of dollars to go from this local! Winkle would say "llcre'a to you'1 &j Thepiiccssre lower and will (' Owing to bid weithrr, tbeaaleol i Ants of Sim tv to the concern that could uot exist ex twodajs Wilt, dte'd. wai f itpontd till biturdar. Mn. J. W. McAuitku, of St Joe, probably remain so, as there is a great Tan. will take place at Huston- by swindling. Mo., is here on a visit to relative. He crpt Title. JOllX T. HVTIOX, Adinr. crop. About one third of tbe crop that telln u that the Sxtoo National Bank car The Louisville TiWi pokes a little fun usually comes here has been delivered. ried out its contract with the stockholder at our Paint Lick correspondent for saying James N. Steven-na- , of Anderson here br incretsinR its capital stock to ' tbe house and contents of a certain man county, has had patented a hill side corn The underalgoed Cominiskipipra will on Tuea-da1203 000. Mr. R. W. Hocker was elected were burned," by supgestiog that men planter. .71111 UO. IfSJ.at th law office of W. II. This machine Is so arranged that GOOD Miller, In Stanford, Ky ,oteo booka for tbe chirr and he second Vice Preniden', the should not let their contents lie around it can ba turned, thus allowinj the plowof slock In the "itai ford, Dlx RlTer.Oar- principal salaried offices uas: i urnptas iwaa x." belPKthn where they can get used up that way. But man to plow one way constantly. This latd County A While LEWIS DUDUEBAR, ler his just passed through a fire himself plow marks the ground, drops the corn and WILLIAM GOOCH. t LOCAL MATTERS. BUY OF- and no doubt felt when he wrote the Item, covers it, all at the same time. Tnr. Rir-- will be opened next Friday that ho nould bj clad to hire bis own conZ Chas. J Walker has bought of 'Fquire night. - VSTikl-TO- I, tents burned could he by that means get William Willis twenty-tw- o mules, Ot account of my filling hratth, I offer for aalo lor. wis belaj Rithtrcd hero ytsUrday, back those that went up with his house. 15 hands high, fat, at $100 per my well kcown work Mules, 16 haodi high, used it or t inches in thickness. THE CHEAP QHOOER, loiinl, gntle and trus pulttra, and to the head. Of Green Ico 40 twe-yc- ar oldn, 14j when Irani, advertise tu rue itKatoa The following from the Lexlngtcn nave never failed to sell, and toon nt that. Wr. are still rellin a very hindsome Tranttrtpt must be taken cam gcuno mtm: hands high, at $95 Owen Newby eold list r. r. n a viv.hs. Cor, Main & Somerset Streets, 'atS-t- rj Stanford, Ky, N. O. b'ufir, IS lbs for SI. Ilrluht A Cur "Dr F. O Young has jost received a letter week to Day & Co, of Fleming burg, ten cotton mules at $95 per head. The mule ran. from his brother, Lieut. Lucien Young cf market has not bceu so active for some time STANFORD, KY. SALE ol'LAND. is agitated over the tbeU, 8. Nivy, who is commanding the WlLMAJimrno as during the past two weeks. Richmond quesliun of mixed ichools and trouble is U. 8. Steamer Shennindoab, stationed at Register. Mrs. I W. Edwards, Uy rf(iict of the I will otter her part of tbe Alex. Moreland faim Cc'iuimbo, Chili, Roulb America, which anticipated. ror sate, mere uemg GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. statei that he had been interested in a railAl.l. persons indebted to me for oysters road and silver mines in South America 10: ACHES IX THE TKACT, Lancaster. will (dcare cH on me at 8. 8. Myrrs and which hid yielded bim over a million dolixcpttDg lb Acres Next Monday ia county court day, Cir- Eighty which of which are Infgrass, remain ni 2) are In wheat, and tbo nettle for stme. T D. Riney. Arre. lars. This will be gratifying news to cuit Court also begins. Acres I good tlmlerland, separated from thoiui A two week's term provcl by Danviue A iiu.ionviuo luruiiiaB m Comk and see our line of Cooking Stores, Lieut. Young's many friends here. will probibly dispoee of all the business. . ihC S. It. It. Theland.il nt totd within tbo next 3u day will be wltbdiawn. For further by fsr the Urie't aortraent erer brought A colored infant, about two weeks of iMiMt to the wretched state ot me Mllledgovlllo terms addres Particulars andthe, pr.'in sea. moat to Stanford. Bright & Curran. at weather, the young ladles invited to at age, was fnxen to death last Saturday. rc-J- t l. II. TIIOUSOX. " II. J. Daut offers for sale 12 building tend Dr. W. U Peany's "private Hop" Want of attention is the only cause given. Tho small boys are enjoying them- ,03J lot, 0i;xl32 ftct, between Stanford and were notified that thoy would not be ex selves highly this week skating. The Ice pected, but a large number of young HowUnd, well located and accewuble. I went and were handsomely en- is of a tolerable fair thickness and much is COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Prexbyterian church TiikUiUm of the THt: IinsTOFTHE tertained by the holt and his nsslstants, being put up. haie deoidetl to hate Prof T. M Htwe Mr. Rjbirl Faczsl anl Dr. Hujh Raid. Mr Chalres Walters will open a AGIUOPI,TPR JLWEEKlsIKS give his rlecullonary entertainment next Music by the Stanford Orchestra, Ice store in the old Phillips building The Country (lentlHiuan la the lotdlng journal church. Friday night at their cream and cake, cigars and other refresh on Danville street. This gives us three of ol American Agriculture In amount and practical contents, In extent nnd ability of corresponHI thee establishments. I am much In need of money and must merits were in their turn enjoyed and every dence. In quality rl paper nnd style of publica Mr. Hugh Logan, the handsome yonug tion, It occupies the Ural ran, it is uenevei 10 on my business. Those in body had a good time. The best of order haro it to carry have no superior tn either of tbe three chief dlvla-Ion- s of debt to me will therefore please come for- wis preserved and nothing was done to commercial tourist, of Cincinnati, spent " injure tbe fair standing of the good old Sunday here with his many friends He is KVii-it'roim mill 1'roceHnen, ward nnd settle. H. C.Rupley. Horticultures: Vruit-Groirhihighly pleased with his new vocntion and Bsptist building. Livestock fssul Dutrulnu; Owino to the ready responses that hare seems determined to make a success of it. while It Includes al minor dorartr.ienta of rural It will b seen by reference to tho Din-vill- e bten made to my call, I will extend the The K C. Railroad with its ever will- Interrat.auch aa the Poultry Yard, Entomology, ettrOreen Houicand Orapery. letter that Mr. Alex. Anderson ia a ing desiro to time for advertising the lands of those who accommodate its patron, will Inary Itepllea. Karin (Jueatlomand Answers, FlM-aid- e candidate to Gil the unexpired term of begin this morning Keadlcg. Domestic Ecoacmy, aud a summa have not paid until Feb. 3. J, N. Mene running a mixed train ry of thrf news 01 ine weca. iia sianti xwi-jifee. James S. Cbrlstmsn, who has decided lo between Richmond much attention la and Rowland. Going are unusually complete, and crops, aa throwing The murcury did not get lower thsn 10 resign the office of Circuit Court Clerk North it passes here at S 50 A. M , returning p.ld totheproipectaol the light upon one of tho mot Important of nil nuei-tioin H'Amfof iyiin.1 W'Senlo toll. It la this cold snap, but falling so suddenly made about the 1st of February. We are not at 4; 10 p.m. lllmtratol, and Is Intended to aupolv, In a most dissgreenble of the season Sev the habit of interfering with the business It the Prof. J. W. Lowber, of Louisville, de- continually Increasing degree, and In the beat neighbors, but we are constrained eral persons were frcren to death in this of our livered an excellent sermon at tbe Christ aeuieof tbo term, a to say that should the Boyle county people ian LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, Stale. church Sunday morning. To night , Although lunlry Gentleman haa been gteat-l- y honor Mr. Anderson with their suffrsges, -- ANDe enlarge! by Increasing Its aire from 16 to 20 Tun weather prevented Prof. J. W. they would do an act of simple justice to a (Tuesday,) he delivers his celebrated pagea weekly, tbe terms cosllnua aa heretofore, "The Devil In Politics and from delivering hie lecture on the good democrat, a competent man and a genIn advance: One cony, one when paid atilctly tawbtr ! year, il.W; lour coplee, $10, and an additional ' Devil tn Politics and Religion," Friday tleman who has done his puty good ser- at tbe same church. copy for the year free to tbo sender of club; ten The demand.for Swire cooks is becom- copies, ttO, ami an additional copy for the year in the night, but he promised to return vice. His knowledge of law, coupled with ing sender ol the club. A Full nnd complete assortment of Furniture, embracluj; vv very general here 1I already several free to thonow subscrlUis near future and favor us with it. l1. P"IDK In hli experience and fine ptnmsnship, would families have secured and will receive tha paptr weekly, from crytliliiK from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. Nt n them. So little our receipt of tha remittance, lo Jauusry 1, 1883, need to o to the large cities to make your purchased, no matter M Pr.VTON, Es , has moved to hi new make him a capital clerk and we hope the Jence can bo put in tbe negroes that without charge. Larcmter street where he is nice- good p;ople whl see that be is elected. office m what quantity or quality you want, as I cau and trill duplicate people prefer paying better wages to Specimen copies free Address hers any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. ALsa I. VTII EH 1 II li Kit t-- SO V.l'u oilsN. ly fixed to consult with his clients. 0- 'ip some one who will work. RELIGIOUS Aibn , and turn to the Intciiioii a full assortment of CoOIur, Ca?cs, Nhrouds and ICobcs, eiubrao A New York banker has nurchased -- K!d. C. C. Cline will deliver a Periea of the right nnd you will find hf cozy quar. Ing all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware room !LUBMwwa"i"s,wvJJ"wai'"1 "TTj J lecture on tiundav school topics at the Rembrandt's ''The Gilder" for $53,500. It opposite Nt. aph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. ters. , Christian church here, beginning the lat was painted in 1017. Last Friday morning' express on the and clo'lopt. the Gth of February. Tho town treasury of Ssmcwet conKnoxvllle brnnch rn Into a land slide at Rev. B. F. Bristow, of the Methodtat tains nearly $1,500 with no indebtedness TAYLOR'S, , pPER causing the tunnel No. Onear Hazel Patch, reported. Co. fortunately hurling Church South, has jmt closed a meetini nt Wm. Ilcskin and B. V. Biiley had a engine to turn over, teAM'JSf Florence with :S addition. He ia now la iFa I m street fight at Ctmpbellsville, when tho lat-te- r nobodv. A delay of 17 hours was the re EHGUgZ CHAMBERSBURO, PA- boring with thp sinner1 of Harrodsburg. was shot, perhaps fatally. suit and of n couquenco our Friday's Mrs. Mary E. R?d ford, widow of I.9V. Five Awards at the Louisville Esposi) to The new spoke factory nt Lexington pipers were 21 hours behind getting tioa ia 1883. Dr. A II. Redford, formerly of Loulavllle, " and South. fcrf. .iw iilr haa been In operation for a week, employmost polnla Wcat Aroyou faUIntr. try Wells' He.ltti En ..MlUSTONEc, Engine from 2 to 230 liorso jtoivcr. bsir Mills haa been awarded by a decree of court the m Ncwcn, a pure, clean, wnolesonio ing thirty hands, and Its pirmanent success largest standard lUes. Portabls Cera A dispatch from Greensburg says that right to publish tho Life and Times of Mills from t li Noith Carolina Mill Stoac Co., the is predicted by the local press. best Mills In tbe world for malclnj meal for table McPheraon.ofShilby City, was shot Bishop Kavanaugb. K II Tor Ernln, Nerves, Ftomach, Liver, Kidney, ine. Write lor prices. Add ess Mr. Fryo's bill to encourage merchant Luiuf". Au L'ncqualcd lnvlffonuit. Curej The Disciples or Christian church have bv Wesley Kwlng, of Campbellsville, on marine provide for a government eubsidy GEO. D. WEAKEN, purchased 18,000 acres of land at $1.75 per Thursday night. The quarrel arose over Headache, Fever, Arnio, Chills, McFherson owed acre, and taken up 20,000 acrea addi to American ships for carrying tho mails QENEU.VL ACT., hill which Kwlng claims P. HAMTON, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. to foreign ports . tional him for board at his hotel in Campbells-vlllone'r Ridding, Shasta county, Cl., mile each way, nnd not to exceed SI a Travellnj Agsot SrasroaD, K I Kit-in tAk. trim merit. uncnunliHl for SiieiAsiciaa The wounded man was struck by on which thoy intend to found a colony. TORPID .LIVER, nnd flight?? The Iaeane swears, worvouanuuftiiup, The communicants of St. Louis are the Hospital, building of tho Illinois infirm-ar- y four bullets, but will probably recover. rVtnTnrln. Lcanneoa. at Kankakee, used as an . KiOiK r Wt. 0 for SS 00, at prims mover in this enterprise. y for old imbeciles and the bed ridden caused the H. A ills. Jersey City. N. J., u. B. A. Dum.nf.33 in travel has Rev. L Mvronhimer, writing to the patients, and containing at the forty Central, beginning with to day, to Central Methodist, of tho Ashland, Ivy , five inmate, wis burned Sunday together ofl the passenger train between here tako "We pprnt peven weeks with 17 of the inmates. The fire originatmee ing says. and Richmond and run the freight as a there, and 1 have no doub', that the meeting ed in the fornac room and had obtalncl H Bv B h 1 H IB n J llB if VB Bl mixed train. It leaves at 7:45 A. M. nnd would have gone on seven week longer greH headway before it wbh discovered. The weather wan bitter cold and thoeo re rsturnitiL' arrives at 5.23 r. M. The regu- U weinuldhavo stajed We had .'102 to cued were badly frost bitten. train is also taken ofl the inr profess conversion, nnd over 96 pined our The largest county in the United States Livingston division and a mixed train eub church and about 15 the sister churches. is Custer county, Montana, with an era of Elituted. , m Buchu-Paib- a Forty young converts pray in public. The .10,000 Kiire miles. It is larger than the States of New Hampshire, Vermont, Mis. OunPiof. Morrison sent up a notice to meeting has not closed yet." Cures of Cntarrhof tho Wagou from tlie A co ItlniMpr. InlLimmntlnn. Irritation of Kid- sachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware and bo read by Brothrr Bruco Sunday announo iit-jnnd lilaildcr, btonocr llravcl Sharp ticket sol'er at theatres observe Rhode Island combined. Columbus of tho l'rostato ulnml, Dropsical ing that he woull locturo in tha Bip'.int Sntflllnam. Kemalo Disease, Iuconlln- renJ-in- g that it is not goo J policy to grant people Washed.Out Hair. Church Wednesday night, but nfler Urine, all Discuses ol the (icnlto- oik of the ressrved seats they ask for without There la a sort of pallid, chalky complexion L'rlimrv Orcntis In itlitr'ex. lo it the raveroal brother remarked that Which am authorized to sell at VW 1;iw b 1'rlccM to reduce tlSr I. .Ill . ,n ltnntt.riil nihaif which tho novelists call a "washed out complex BomeBhow of dillictiltv tn accommodating; and pNi tlnpln's Injection I lei-- r iacli$l.l a little mora ubout the Mtoeli. TIicro Vehicles are ail FIK&T-CIiAhhemu3t kmw Ion." It In ghastly enough nnd no mistake. rtt In .Ml'IIII.IS.use t'i'i coutrt ti- When applicants readily obtain second to nono made. he would ptrmlt him to lnve them. ivillfAri,' Hint, I hnriln'a Coiijit colored or Wiuhed.out, faded, ' hair biue 'tie, c:.il Hitter Syrup, 8t." P r theohJto'j. OjnsldtfrlnK that ho lnd con what they want, they appeir disappointed, Is nlnioit as repulsive and melancholy, l'arier'i PntJ .'iMiiniliflcPlll, Sif nCli.nt.it ( h'- , tha uMpailtion boua tho. and suipitiioiiB that the reU they hnro Hair Ilaleam will resloro yetir hair to Ha original 0 I.Jttlcj ,' i svnl I'li'o tiilv. BulUduo nn-vr 1 iW'Mil', rp.iMlnirr T.tprts.oi. relccUd nre not the vtrj hilt In tho color, whatever It n; brown, auburn or llaik. .. . frTPMii! is odor i f brai". Tno leoluro will not ocour Why war muhoii jour head, when yoti way ea-- i . - o . n COMMISSION hot!?. IiUlutbul'dingat ally bate lively, iblnlrg hair ijaass&sgfrrf4;iffy.yrtagsait3s7 i w npiointed postmaster. In Bowling Oreen 375 lbs. sold at $103. hogs averaging is said that a violiu playel among a (lock of geese will start them to dancing. Kverr one who has attended i Jr--st is of this fact. -- Newmsn Independ- It Sale ! I ofTer ent. aare LOCAL TIME CARD. IN MEMORY Ot LITTLE TOT." Joraalt ray Tarm at Hanging Fork Brlilge Huston-Hi- e turnpike, contain-In- g Uno niue.(lraa Land, 20 Acres vrr? rich bottom land, nil well frnc-t-d plenty of water for stock and domestic i. All prrMini att wamM agalnit putting In Kraln, pasturing or meddling with thti rlacoln r any ahaiw units autborimd by me, ns I will all such fartlei to the full extent of tbo law. II'. 31. II Kit' FN.ma ontbsStauford OHJ4 ,cn'Hof l4F i n . - oa ar pur-ute- prci-rcu- te "-"- tn-- r.. ... Grand Coinbiuatioii ATENTS, it Weekly I Hand-boo- fir-wa- Pill-nt- Courier-Journa- l, rt al first-clas- car-loa- d m PUBL.ICSAII3 TURNPIKENOTICE! y. on ADVICE. t07-3- Mules for Sale joi-asi- i, T R- PRIVATE T.urrrT7iT",8 mil-line- ry h - is llbcr-cral- ly If w i WIABIH, UNDERTAKER, lee-tur- Iealei- in Finiiituie BB-A- de-pe- 'r Jot'rmlfp dW Taylor Manufacturing m TONIC, DTSPBPSIA. Drw-rlsf"- Ken-tuck- ti-n- e t lEtChA-XIST- ! nn.-enp- er In Buggies, Carriages, Pliaotoiis. Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons ! and Buck Boards. largo Company; also several Company's Vehicles, s Dls-cas- signment received Snikcs Buggy X. pro-fejj- 11 partl-colorc- d 1 11 1 b-- lt. .' . SS. . lKFSlAMiaM, MERCHANT. pr Z Z y;':1 7m Tin) all all llt In dreams it has came to me face the iceliliiipteriorloarnal the whitened road Inthe dull, deadhavo stood whirling snow I dreams 1 ovorhlm. and said to mysolft 'Ho is dead!' my love, my husband, 1 thought Hut, January 20, 1885 it wasUnsil, n drenm. I drove it nwny. 1 but Sk.autord, Ky.. said, 'It must bo n dream. 1 hatsd him, and so I dreamed that I killed him.' BaMI, dearest Basil, tell roe, it you can, that I dreamed A MOTHER SPEAKS. HI" Laura OnrlfJid Carr. dark, ob, dirk and droar, Ami h1IJv Autumn rain nro falllnj In mournful cries, far olT, I huar Tlid lotiMy night wind's atful calling IUA, clo) and Warm, In peaceful rest, My, In, be is tleopiug on rajr breast. night Wiat'bhro we for the stealthy rain. Or moaning night wind's dull refraiiil lief licit breath flutters past my face; I foul tlm touch of silky trvsjos; t)ito hand in tnino hai found a place, I lioW it cloo with toft caresses. I move and nake; nobalu is here! Myjnrriu nro clasrol o'er empty spaco. Kur lii the little bed anoar 1)4 txicv'r bands the small form trace, Twirj AU' y ream except the rain, AritTMlcthii night wind's low refrain. ... . 1 know, I know my btby lios Far off benoath the cold, dark ground; Unslielterod from the wconinp skio?, With angry winds shrieking around; Mrdarllng aVr whoo life's short way Wo let no zephyrs toughly stray! gold! U dainty fonn dimple 1 and white! Was it for this I watered unfold raiu-ioak- said. She threw out her arms wildly. ''No, no. It was no dream. Even now I see mysolt standing in tho night over that motionless .or m. 1 can 'feel tho cold air on my cheek. I can see mysolt flying through the snow Basil, I bated that man and I killed html" Tho tears worostretimlng down my checks. I soized her hands and strove to draw lnr to m. Sho tore herself from my grasp, and throwing hcrsolf wildly on the bad, broks Into a paroxysm of sobs. As I approached her she turned hor head from me. "1 killed hlrut killed him!" she whispered in tones. "Oh, that fearful night I It has hauntod mo ever since. I know not why. Now I know) Ho wrongod me, and I killodhlml killed himP I placed my arm around her neck and my cheek against hors. As sho folt my touch awe-struc- k Her voice sank into accents ot piteous entreaty. Hho looked at in 3 yearningly. "Dearest, it must have been a dream," I she started up wildly. a maul" "No, no!" sho cried. "Touch me notl Shun nte! ShrinN from mo! Basil, do you d I haro hear ( Do you fiderstand mur-dero- 0 little Lead, uith rings of Charm afttr charm with proud delight Only to have hem torn away To perish in tho clay There lost on? join n, spirit band, To'moro fo nye through scenot of bliss. try to mo but nil in vain! My baby lies flier. in th) rain. 1 Thoy tell me there's a shadow land Hidden, but cloioly Hnkod with thU Once moro she threw herself on the bed, her wholo framo quivering with nugulsb. "Ashamed a ruined woman I" sho muttered. "A villain's forsiken toy. nnd now a murderess! You have chosen your wifo well. L'aillt" "Swoetest, Iloyayou," I whlsporo.1. "Love niel How can you love ms? Such love is not holv. If you love me, aid me to die. Basil! Glvo ins something thnt will kill mo! Why did you savo my lifer' "Bocauso I Jovodyou, then, as I love you Sho was silent, and Ihopod was growing I was but waiting for the first shock of her nonly-bor- n knowledge to pass away, l:i order to reason with her, nn I show hsr that by ovory moral law sho was guiltless ot tin fearful crim3. Suddenly sho turned to me. "How did I UU hlmP sho .td, with n now." calmer. AMERICA'S Clatlt'rt RAILROAD SYSTEM. InterWow with n Lending Ilatl- roail Man. In Cincinnati lttnno idea, my Enqulrerl "You have dear sir, how much ability fa employed in tho Amsrican It oncirely outrank the nbllity wo formerly pos-- so 1 in ocean navigation. You sec, we have piracies in our railroad system exctwJing in atrocity the old Barbary piracies on our thips. Every now and then some cxprut agent is murdered, some conductor is assaulted, and the train hands havo to fight for their lives as they raco by night through the wild forests of Arkansas or over t!io prairios of Texas and Missouri. Tbcno froshots which happen in the winters almost invariably striko tho railroad linos, and it requires the finest capacity to put thio great laden cars, a tralu, on tho track, when they have lost it Indeed, if you pick outtlio rallroal omployes of tbo United Ktatos and separata thm from the rest of the population you woulf want no better standing army. They aro in perfoct drill, understand the value of obodlonce, are fer tilo in resources, and during tho rebellion no better soldiers wero found on either side, nor no hotter generals, than the railroad men. "There is probably not a railroad locomo-lir- o in tho Unttoi States which was not built by American mechanics; tho very largo jjroiiortion of tha iron, I should say of it, in American railroads wai constructed here. The rolling stock is all made In America. We havo not found it ad to change tho original formation of aur trains and cars. Wo still adhere to the !oni saloon car In profcrjnee to tho cramped Europonn car. The bridges on American railroils are the choapeit anl best in tha world. We are almost the only land which builds brldgos by regular bridge corYou will notice that many of porations. wir railroads havo made its accessories such, for instance, as the gutters along the side of the track. In former years Uio frosts brokj them up at least once a year, nnd they had to bo all by labor. Now they are put down m hydraulic cement, so tliat they stand through all weal hers. r rail-roado flve-mkM- is van-tigoopjr-mano- shudder. "Dearest, rest Wo will talk again presently." "How did I 1:111 him?" sho repeated with answered, reluctantly. "Shot through his heart his wicked heart! Shot by me! How could I have shot him! With what! Basil, tell me all, or I shall iro mad I I will not have the smallest thing concealed. I will know all I" "Ho was shot with n pistol." "A pistol! a pistol I How did I come by it? AVherelsitl" "I tlirsiw.it svway." "You? Then you kuewl" I bowod my head. I felt that conceal- ment was useless. Shn must know all. I told hor everything. 1 to'd her how sho had promised to come to me; bow, os she did not keep that promise, I went in tearcli ot her. I told her now sho had swept )wut me In the snow storm how I had overtaken her. I repeated her wild words, and told her how tho fatal weapon had fallen at my feet, and how I had, on the impul.so of the momant. hurled it away into the night; bow she had broken away from me, and fl d down the lonely road; how, excited and terrified by her words, I had gone on to learn their moaning; how I bud found tho body of Sir Meryyn Ferrnnd; how, without thought of concealing tho deed, I had lnid the dead man by tho roadside; how I bail rushed home and found her, Philippa, waiting for me, and in the 'full height of temporary insanity. 1 told her all this, aud I sworo that from the moment I discovered that hor sensos had gone astray 1 held her, although she had done so dread f ul a deed, as innocent of crime as when she slept, a babe, on her mother's Sho listened to me with flxed,dllatod eyes. She interrupted mo neither by word nor gesture; but when I had finished speaking she covered her face with her hands, and great tear trickled through her fingers. "No hope! No hope!" sho cried. "Ob, Basil, I dared to hope that something you would toll me would show me it was not my hand which did this thing! My love, my own love, we have been so happy while I could per. Kti.vle myself all this was a dream! We snail be happy no more, Bosiir Although she still shrank from mo, by force I drew her to me, and laid that poor head on my shoulder. I stroked the smooth black silky balr, I kissed the white forehead, and used overy endearing and soothing expression that love such as mine could suggest. In vain! The momont I loosened ray hold my wife fled from my side. "Basil," she cried, "you knew It! You know the blood ot a man was on my bands! Again I say such a love Is not holy!" " Dearest, again I tell you that in my eyes If the truth were known, in the eyes vehemence. "He was found shot through tho heart," I oath that you wero at tha Urn in a raging dollrium. I could pledge my professional reputation that your actions were the result ot madness, ionr nothing on that score, my wife," I spoke boldly, but ns I spoko n thought shot through me a thought which blanched my chook and Lrought the baad ot perspiration to my brow. I knew ruough of law to be aware that a husband cauld not in n criminal rose give evideuco for or agninst his wife. My marriage with Philippa had deprived her ot the benefit of my testimony as to hor insanity, I trembled like a loaf as 1 plcturrd what might happen in tho event of her being tried for the murder of Sir Meryyn Ferraud. Tna very nurses had but seen her sane. No one but myself and perhaps my servant had seen hor In her madness. My dismay was such that I wai bound to leavo tho room In order to recover my Again and again I prrsjce of mind. tlianl- - d heaven that we were on foreign Tho thought that my unreasoning soil. lovo might have destroyed hor I loved was almost-- more than 1 could bear. I fancy I have lingered long enough over that terrible tuna when my wife first learned that tho dream which had haunted her was reality that ber haul had unknowingly avengjd her suppossd and pre meditated wrong. Lot mo but say thnt tho montat anguish into which the knowledge plunged tier was not unattended by physical evil In fact for many days my poor girl was ill, very ill. My mother and I nursed her with every care, and by and by youth and a splendid constitution roaswrtod themselves, nn J, a shadow of her former self, she wax able to leave hor bed. My mother was tendernei lUdlf to hor daujutor. Sho knew nothing ot the truj cauwof ber illness; slid blamed me roundly for nob Laving taken proper care ot my beautiful bride, nnd vowed laughingly that for tho future nothing shoul 1 Induce hor to trust Philippa out of her eight. Now that Philippa knew alliln had done, I thought it bettor to tell her that, although ho bad no Intention of so doing. Sir Mervyn Ferraud, In causing a mock marriage to 03 celebrated, had by a strange chance really mado her his wife. This gavo her llttfo comfort. "It makes my crimo the greater," she- said, bitterly. "I havo kitted my husband instead of my seducer! I nm not flt to live!" Weeks went by. Philippa gradually grew stronger, and, what was oven moro u cause of joy to me, calmer and more reasonable on a certain subject. With all the power I could bring to bear I had never ceaed to impress upon her that morally she was innocent, aud I bellsved my words were bearing fruit. Her fits ot mental anguish and grew of lavs frequent occurrence. She did not, whenever we were alone, continually harp on her crime. Calm seemed tosittlo upon us once more, aud I ventured to hope that tha great physician. Time, would one day bring to my wlfe'i heart something that might be called sorrowful happiness; but I knew I must wait years and years for this. She was, changed, greatly changed. Her lips seldom smiled, her eyos never brightened, unless when sho saw ma drawing near. She tfonied otdor and graver. But I knew, In spite of all, sua loved ma with a dnsthlrss - rRorcMiontt, W. P. BfcCIiABY Is a candidate for reprdirutitlToof Uneolo subject to the action ol the democracy, .'coin-ty, ) ATTOUNEY A.T IjAW, DANVILLE, KY., Will rrsctlce Id the Courts or Boyle sol sJJolnlng counties and In the Court of Appaali. ALEX. ANDEUBON, JOHN II. IILL,EIl fs a ctndtdata 'or reireteulallT of Lincoln, county In the next LgltUtuu, subject to the action of the democracy. IUWIU V THK GREAT MT. VE11NON, KY Will practice in tha llookcuUa Courts. tions a specialty. Office In Court-hout- And M J. AttornoyFIBH.Haw, A.t aster Commissioner Itockoutle Circuit Court B. Collec- V. JT. ItOSliEY, All l Through Trunk Line 1MJ BTANFOnD, KY. Ofle 8outa side Main Street, two doers abort the Myers IIoUli Purs Nitrous Oxide Uat adialnltUied when required. BUROISON DKNTIST, DR. W. D. PENNY, IiEB F. nUPFMAN. 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O Although at last we had ceased to discuss the sorrow of our life, I suipected it was absent from her mind. Sometimes as I lay beside her I heard her moaning and talking in ber troubled dreams, and too well I know the caus As mv arm stolo round her, and assured her of the safety and certainty of my great love, in my heart I cursed the dead man whose evil deed had brought such lasting wo on the fair head pillowed on my bosom. Ah mot what life might have ben for ns two, now that' lovo reigned between us' Once it was shortly after Philippa began to creep, a weak invalid, about the fragrant tiatio sho ssid to me. with evident meaning in her voice: "Basil, do you ses tho Loud:n papers!"' . A love. Br sny man or women, girl or boy who will organ raoM lu clubs lot UeWEEKLY WORLD. tliegieatUrm and home newttnper ,compltt In all department. For 100 pild IM 123 to fM In Ih Hy., la Tuition, prices rang from t2S InUrnedlaU each 123 wUN at II Departments. 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Several mont is ho I was requested to prepare a pat.er on civil s;rvic reform, and in order to write it intdllMjjtfy.1 made some inquiria la reference to the examinations. "I found I could get no information upon i.n subject oubtide and determined to get it iiisi'la. Vl saw a notice in the pajwrs one day Ui commission' would hold a session in 111'' lc certain day. I appliel for IHjijviIle53 solely for tho purpose ofgettiii-Jata for my article, which I suhwpjBiitly vrjto. Somo time nftor the oxatiiluatlon I ro.vivod notico from tho commUjIo.i at Wo4ffgton of my percentage, and that I ha I bvja enUro I upon the t for an np. nintinout I thought and hour J no more of It, considering ft u mero formal notice, until t o notice of my appointment in the war tll-- a caiu?. It is doubtful if I accept, as my hiHinoii hero is of such a nnturo that I do not sea how I can leave without a Hacrltlce." Coukling's Vocnl Kflort. New York Cor. Inter Ocean. In the. way of vocal feats, Roscoe Conkling U'ia vrforinuil oils by speaking ium hour', recess. mtli only a This was ionj i.i mi argument conceniing a railroad 'aw..uir, Lcfore a Judge without a jury, and, Uier.'fore, might have Leon relieved of muc'a if th Vritn by boing pitched in a conversational ton. :n?o nisn on tho Judicial bench iiw no' Hjpposol t j bj greatly iulluencod by tbjMortor.cil eiTorts which nlreet jurymen. Hut Conkling did not in the slightoit cuv) up on himself. He spoke throughout qulto as UnugU facing an Immense audience, instead ot u small group of unlmpresiionable kgul luatwA Every sentouce was carefully delivered, with no grnco of demeanor or embellishment of elocution left out, and only lltttso who linvo grown limp and husky In a jinglo hour of vehonivnt speaking can tho magnitulo of tin achievement. Tho lawyers say that, considering tho vim oniitlatMil, the pjrformanoo was wonderful ll-half-hour's DAEK DAYS. BY HUGH CONWAY. liiMoro "Called BacU.v CUAPTEU XI. over! Bheknowl Tho bono which DIOJK iivo uuoyed my spirits that I'hlllnna' w Ot loarniiitr of Hlr Morvrn Far. run'i'ajdoath was but dui to tlnTfapfc thnt once lore-- i tno man entirely vanished. she I could ses no loophole of escape, no possi bility of persuading hor that she was fancying horrors which had novor taken place, lloroovor, nlthoujh I would have given my llfo to havo saved her from tho knowledge of this thing. 1 could not meet tho eyes of her I loved, and lio to her, I did indeed, if but for the sake of gaining time, attempt to stammer out somo erosive answer; but she Interrupted ins be tor I had -- Louisville's bonded debt Is $0,167,000; tDQben flvn words. 'Why do 1 askl" ho echoed. "I knew It floating debt $600,000. lM kqs brECIAL rLEADIXO. of all you are innocent as a babe." "Basil, do you see the London papers?1 I saw She snook her head hopelessly. "Sometimes not always. I hare almost that nothing at present could move bcr, Perhapi'it'W&s: more than I had a right to forgotten England.'' time I gave up arguing. expect So for the will seo them overy "Fromlia I lagged bcr for my sake to retire to rest I day." gavo ber a soothing draught I sat by .her will, if you wish,; but why1 "I for hours, and held her .band, until at last Her voice sank. Basil, listen. I lor eyelids fell, and, worn out by grief, bho 'Can you ndt guts-have consented to Lo guided by you. lam slept ,rK Oh Low right I had been in choosing praying that tho day may come when ( flight! Although n cursed chanco had re- shall think as you think. But what if an Innocent person wero accused of the crlino I vealed what 1 fondly hoped would bo forever btifled In oblivion, how right I had have committed! Then there Is but one been! Hal tho hands of justice grasped my courso; you could urgo nothing against It sweet wife, although sho might no doubt Promise mo you will 'seo tho paper every have I ecu found guiltless, tho trial, tho ex- day as soon os it reaches hrj. I shall have Thank no peace unless you do." posure, would havo killed her. 1 promised foarlcssly. Justice dojs someI'cavtn. sho was safe, and nmr liable only to times make mistakes, but not such a the tribunal of her own sensitive conscience! as the one hiutod nt by Philippa. Nc; When I heard ber breathing grow regular and know that sho was In n (leap steep, I Sir Mervyn Ferrand's doath was a mystery my lips gently to her fair cheek on J novcr to bj solved. So. to sot my poor wlto pies-eleft her. 'I went In search of my mother, nt i nso on tlio matter, I w rota and ordertvl and made tho best tale I could think of to that The Times should bo posted to ms I every day. nccount for I'hllippa's indisposition. forced myself to wear a smiling face, and to of interest to tho account listen with n show CHAPTER XII. mv mother gavo mo of certain difficulties TKMITED TO DISHONOR. which had during my n seuco arisen with I hato looking back uud words foino of tho native servants. But thcro was which I had writtsu while tha impulsa was nctlilug which could really interest mo uponmo;but Ifnncy I hnvesomiwhero called when I thought of my poor lovo lying thoro ! 'eplng, to wake, nlns! to sorrow and re- this tale n confesilon; If not, 1 should havo no bo milked ai morse. No wonder thnt, ns soon as I had done so. It claims as n iiiom to imagination. work of sront with my mother tho smallest portion a work of art than characters f time which filial duty nnd ciatlludocx-noted- , How could Iti It holds only two a man and n woman. It treats but of I fled back to Fhllippa's Lodside. their lovo and of a fow moiithsof tbeirlives. I watchol lesIdo her until shenwoUo enit I until her splendid dark eyos unveiled them-nlvc- s. Nevertheless in tellingnothing. Imvo havo I I loaned over and kissed hor pas--" deavored to conceal thoughts, my to describe my mntely. Between deeping and waking, triod w ilia consciousness was yet In abeyance, she hopes, my fears, my soirows, my lovo I have, us thoy really wcj-e- . nnd my joys, returned by caress h Then camo back believe, suppressed nothing which could lendI memory and its terrors. condoiiin my "Leaa me," sho said; "I nm n murder-ossj- " any ono to may be, they actions moro strongnow condemn thoni. ly than, it Sly wish has teen to show myself as I wns Onco moro I dcnloil it: onco moro I told than no doubt nm now a weak, hor sho was innncint. My nnlv bono was mnn; yet, the lovo which ho boro a that by continued nirunient I might In tlmo woman, oidfor willing to risk fortune, life, raso her mind. She listened almost npathot-I'vill- ovon honor. If I have fnllod in my attempt I grow oKinuini nnd passionate. to represent myself as such a on , believe It Wns I not pleading for ny own suk? ns well N not from Intention, but from sheer inas hers 1 If I could bu' persiiadu hrslu ability. was unaccountable for what sho liml done, Jutwhctli-- r I Lave so far succeeded or somo remnant of tho happiness which a few full d In mv pnrimvj I know not; but I know days ngo I had promised mysolf might oven thnt in this il.Qpt r I must, jvi force, fail. now bo left Tho lnnpuago rich nnd powerful enough to "Basil," sho whispered, "I havo been servo my needs has Tho to be Invented. dreaming horrible things. Will thoy try vrlter who coit'4 In Jit fitting way reproany me and hang mo duce my thoughts has yet to lx born. "Wo are in Spain" dearest Even if you And yot Ilia dmj tw will Uj n short one. were guilty, tho English law could not reach It will be but the f ot n fow hours; you." but such hours! flours during which I strugShe startod. "Ai.d it was for this you gled against a temptation to commit, not hurried to Spain I To eavo mo from n fel- only crime, but lmso, cowardly crlino, a on's death )" tomptntlon strongor, I dnro to think, than "To savo you from wlat, in your stnto at human nature has ns yot Iweu subjscted. tho time, you could not bear. I sny again poor My wonls sound !old ; but Ilston. you nro Innocent, but I daro not risk tho to.Oh, that ono juorning! How well I can trial." Our breakfast was just over. Sho was silont for somo minutes; then sho remember ltl littlo table, with Its Tho qualnt-shnpospoke. cloth "I nm proud, passlonato, wicked," sho snowy of the throwing Into roliof tho dcen luscious fruit upon it, still colors said; "but I could never havo moant to do stood in tho awning-roofepatio. I thl. I wns niadt I must havo been madl nlone, my mother and Philippa having wai reBasil, you could tell them I w as mad. They some domestic tired indoors to sei about would Xelfovo you nnd forglvo me." I lounged lazily and at my case. economy. Sho looked nt mo imploringly. "I could stand up," I said, "and state on I rolled and lighted a cigarette, blaming irij-yomis-tnk- o d y. I a potltlre eiira ror Weak MemoDemocratic Principles, but not ry, Coai of Brain Iower. Nerroua by any Set of Politicians or KxbiutUoo. Htmlnal Waakoeu. 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Lou a, Uiog two noun iultker than any other luie, Rlrlng our paitenseie and tint choice of unit In triflh ttmv rir uicil going Wcat. TT,, XlUurS '0SBH -- iBBBS ,S JSa3 ' ss; i i It SB!I ii I -- ll : ! i ' 7 i ; ! ' I m I j I I ' J a ' Ine got ii? by waj f Cbloago. 12Eouv3 Quicker n.hruDyaabnV BEBBBS'SB 3J 3-- 3 It It 139 V m BBSS BBoEB 1IKAM!1I. KiT. K, tio. 61. Dally uauy i n 8 0 9 10 O. & M; Always umke- .UAY.SVIM.i; KouTii-Uot'.t- Ex. Hun. Ex, Hun. a in e ay lu id a nil o it) i lu 40 a in 6 47 pin 00 n in 6 07 pin 43 a in' 7 00 piu 80 a m 7 43 pu No. Si No. St V.x. Fnst Time and Snro Con neotlons With a'l Lluei fit Lta Corlngton.... " . St. Louis and Intermediate Points. H Arr Mlllenburi, " Carllle " Jnhnion " Mayttllla.... BOUTH-RorS- ' I'arli ... a 2 00 nm No Forrl with ..! XoOiiiiillmsTriiiis-1'cr! Dally Ki. tiun Dally bun r rei-ord- OUI.D OVr.K, tt.SC. FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS THE COMMERCIAL WATCH FOR ONLY S3.C0, THE TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. Tho TVAter'jury Wilch Company lia a S'atlonsl repa-t- il for mi'nln? tha beit cban Wtlcliln tlir- WoiIJ, ion not one l icnt from th Factor without haTlugtapri run fornix U) ami carefully rrguhud. llruus Zl hour for yon. Milh ono uiinlliiK, aii'l will 1 f.i.n.nu- - me. time. llJ.TAU, Tht New WotcrH.rr Wat'li, Plon Win line, n ntrdtnr "! ill ii. 1 Nlricla pirfi-t- t M I. i UK " Johnson Conaecllonnulo In Union Depot, Ht. Louie, " Carllilo trslojof llnei gilng Woit, Northwest nd " MlllertburK eoitthwmt. Jlyouarogllng West to nny ,lnt, rail on or Arr I"nrl " Ixlngtnu. willii to thn ii:iJrr(.l,ii".l. " CiTlnittnn For full and rcllabU lafjouitlon In regard to Land, Ac , la the VVcatarn statfa, Slap', Guides and lowett jKlal ram lor Tickets and lfouiebold -- Lto Mtyirllle..... .. II S 45 a ir I 0 80 a ui 1 5) p n 7 at a m 2 43 p in 7 41 a in .1 0!) ini H 10 a in 3 33 p m 0 10 a tn 0 (0 pin HO 20pri a ni la'i p in (Jool to all iiuiuti Went I'meccr Ag't Ohio on ur addren (J. II. A Mlulnlppl ItatltTay, W. B. HIIATTUC, ilOI', d d Watch, the Bnj'a Watch, th BchoI Uirl' Wolrh. Watch In fact, ivcr)!!! roKlitorc.I letter or money Dion receipt of ta.M crder, tho Wktch trill he f(imrJed tr mall or irith charge rrerrtlJ, and the COMMKRCIAL nlllba cialled regular Ijr lor one yiar, kmU2 free.-I.abori-r- ' ThUUtlintnrimr'j lut Watch, tho W. W.PEABODY, Harrodibtirg, Ky itlntr'e vrIMi,th Ocu'l Fas. Agt, Knoxrlllo, Prra't and (len'I Maa'gr, Ixliijlon aud Pari: Nr, C. W. IMItl", c'n' Panooger Agent, 8 VO Clnilnnatl. tlhlo. m from Knoxrllle, Wlnchrttcrand Lexington lo CorlnRlon. Train No. I runa via Lexington and I'arli, m rnt tla Wlnchcater auJ 1'arl Train No. C la dally except Sunday lwlween Lex Ington and Pari, but la dally from Clmlunult to SJ, dally except a mt err LexInKton 0 10 a tn. leiro I'.irla No. 63, dally except Sunday, leave Lexlnglon t 30 p tn; arrlTo I'arli 5 IS p m. run Wlnclieator, ,,'.l,,,5'',.ne;N(L,V3.?nu Fotld Train, with Pullman Bleeplns Car Cincinnati and Illcliuioild, Vn , and Wlncbo let Bun-day, lj nrtci gyflgajstew ANOTHER OFFER. For a Club of twelte fiulwcrlueri to the WEF.KLY COilJlIillOJAU tnd 112.01), tha getter up or th Club will be prearnteil, ell cbarije preiMld, wiih one of tha Watchei, which will cotttJ.Maiijwher aud efcrrnbere. KuJ for tatupl coplee aud go to work. Ad trvee mTselfaildldioforiajbitliarltr thiblojsoic-icentrd in profsclog sir with lolicco siueke. (To okContimuxo , IB Chialal C. WEuu urdcoib-it- jlV Kf Hrauriul,,4 k KCartt TO 6 ml ctUMBlrlnur,. lUTS.i law i.H Clnolnnatl.HJWB THE COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. Pay your subscription like so htneit msn, the pulilk tnd no tiaVt among the lekdlej lIill- cinei ot ihe oildem. A. L. .SMITH. llridfcn!, Soldhr KiiiiriiliU. ImulcnlheWlJ In bf tint elm ol , tml lui (leen linokt uolreiul timlic lion, MURrnv nitoaj ruli, Tea (J till won tha lof tit thele, teire-liei- (I tlwci and Washington, r. nu.ti.oo. T.,."'ou.l,n ,,ck.,,,. la?ge checked to any deatlnitlon nnctipil railroad. 8. F. D. MOItHK, W. 11. WHITTLE3EV, rasaenger Agent, Tray. I'aa. Agent, ofi1.Ti1?.t0D Ky r C W. SMITH, II. W. FULI.KR 'lenaral Manager (Jan. lVaa Ag D. c.